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Originator of Name,-David H. Moehring Faculty Advisors

Mary E. Weimer, Eugene Montoya , Jr.

Copy ri ght 1949, Indiana Technica l Co llege , Fort Wo yne , Ind iana

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ORGANIZATION AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF INDIANA TECHNICAL COLLEGE Tri bute to John A. Kalbfl eisch , First Pres id e nt , a nd W ill iam J. Hess, First V ice- Pres id e nt a nd Tre a surer

Indiana Technical College was organized in 1930 to provide an acceler ated engineering program adjusted to the requirements of industry and to the rapid developments in l he e ngineering sciences . From the start it made a strong appeal to many well - qualifi e d students who lacked the time and money to com plete the traditional four year engineering course of study . Mr . John Kalbfleisch, able school executive and director, was the first president. Mr. William J. Hess of extensive financial and manufacturing experience was the firs t vice - president and treasurer . The location of the coll e ge was ideal, on Washington Bouleva rd in th e heart of the city of Fort Wayne, the second largest industrial center in Indiana, where manufacturers and wholesalers opera ted to serve approximately 25,000 ,000 people within a 300 mile radius in one of the r ichest industrial and agricultural regions in the United States . Among the many technical and mechanical industries of Fort Wayne there long had been a growing demand for capable technical men and engineers . This demand called for thoroughly prac t ical , yet sound scientific and engineering education and training . Indiana Technical College stands today as a memorial to the wise leadership and guidance of Mr. John A . Kalbfleisch, who organized the college with the assistance of Mr. William J. Hess , who gave unreservedly of his wisdom in suppor ting the program of the institution crea ted to serve t'he needs of youth and industry. The guiding spirit of these men serves as an inspiration to those who have been chosen to carryon their great work to continue to make the school grow in stature and favor through service. The first classes started with approxima t ely 100 students . The Bachelor oi Science degree in Elect rical, Civil, Structural , and Radio Engineering was offered upon the satisfactory completion of 24 months of study on the college level. This was made possible by the omission of much of the non - technical subject matter . Strong concentration was given in mathema tics, the sciences, and the specialized engineering subjects, offering a complete engineering program of courses commonly found in the conventional four -year engineering curriculum. From the beginning the school has operated on a year - round program with four terms of twelve weeks n addition to the degree courses in engineering, a shor t diploma course was Mechanical Drafting . Chemical Engineering was added in 1933 ; and in utical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering courses were included lum . later, Structural Engineering was made a part of the Civil Engi ent. Continu e d on pa ge 11 2

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PETER C. FIRING

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Basketball ; Tennis ; Glee Club JARRETT Q . FRIEND

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RICHARD D. FUllERTON

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B.S.R.E.

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AlEE ; Honor Roll; Student Instructor

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B.S.C.E.

Preside nt of Pyramid Club ; Honor Roll ELLIS E. HAYES

B.S. E.E.

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B.S.R.E.

AlEE ; Honor Roll DONATO LIBERATORE

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B.S.R.E.

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B.S.Ch.E.

Kappa Sigma Kappa ; XET; Honor Roll ; Student Instructor

RICHARD E. SNODGRASS

B.S.M.E.

ASME; SAE; Honor Roll

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B.S.M.E.

EDWARD A. STUCKEY ARTHUR W. NElSON

B.S.M.E. B.S.C.E.

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B.S.R.E.

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B.S.M.E.

JOSEPH A . VIOLA

ROBERT O. VElTE

B.S.E.E.

B.S.E.E.

EDW ARD R. WALTER

B.S.M.E.

RALPH F. VAN WORMER

B.S .Ch.E .

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B.S.E.E.

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NORMAN F. WEYlAND SAE; Honor Roll GEORGE A. WHITIEN

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B.S.R.E.

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JOHN l. WI EDER

B.S.Ae.E.

lAS PAUL K. WILSON

B.S.M.E.

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ROBERT K. WILSON

B.S.M.E.

MILES V. WOLHOWE

B.S . R.E.

Rifle Club

BING G. WONG

B.S.R.E.

Honor Roll

ROY Y. YAMADA

B.S.E.E.

Woter Polo

EDWARD J. ZIEGLER GARNET E. ZOBEL

JOHN M. ZORAD

B.S.M.E. B.S.M.E.

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B.S.E .E.

B.S.M.E.

Basketball; ASE

KEITH A. BAILEY ORVAN H. BAKER

B.S.M.E B.S.M . E.

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B.S.M .E.

ASME ; SAE CLIFFORD K. BATH

B.S.M . E.

ASE

JOHN l. LE BEAU

B.S.E.E.

AlEE; Honor Roll VERNON K. BIMER

B.S.M.E.

SAE

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RICHARD A. BIRNER

B.S.A e.E.

lAS ; Honor Roll HENRY C

BOSSERMAI~

B.S. A e. E.

lAS ; Stud e nt Counci l

DALE J. BORELL

B.S.CE.

Rifl e Club KENNETH W. BRUNETTE

JOHN F. BRENNEMAN

B.S.R .E.

B.S.R. E.

Honor Roll TOM H. BRETT

B.S.M.E.

VERNON T. BURGER

B.S .R.E.

AlEE RUSSELL J. BURLEY

B.S.CE .

Pyramid Club; Ba sket ball ; Bask etball Manag er

DEAN A . BURT

B.S.CE.

Pyramid Cl ub ; Student Counc il JAMES L. CAREY

B.S.E.E.

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FELIX P. CAGGIANO

B.S.C.E .

HOWARD N . CARDER

B.S .C.E.

Pyramid Club ; Intramural Softball and Ba sketball

JAMES A . CHENOWETH FRANK M. CHILDERS

B.S . E. E.

B.S . R.E .

AlEE ; M r . & Mrs. Club ; Rad io Club

CHARLES R. ClEVELAND

B.S.C.E .

PHLEGAR E. COMPTON

B.S . E.E .

AlEE ; Technician Staff; Student Council

RALPH A. COONROD, JR. CLAIR M. CRISPEN

GLENN F. CURRY

B.S .M.E.

B.S.M.E.

B.S.E. E.

Alpha Tau Omega MARVIN J. D'ARCANGElO

B.S.C.E.

ASME; Glee Club ; Pyramid Club ; Technician Staff ; Notional Student s Association; Honor Roll ; Hon orary Student Council Key

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B.S.CE.

Pyramid Club; Honor Roll; Intramural Softball FRANCIS DElANEY

B.S.M .E.

FRANK DENBROCKCLARK J. DRAWZ

B.S.M.E.

ASME

JAMES A. ElLIS

B.S.R.E.

Camera Club; Intramural Basketball CARL J. ERBE

B.S.M .E.

Alpha Gamma Upsilon

JOHN K. FEUSSNER

B.S .CE.

Pyramid Club BJORN E. FIRING

B.S.M.E .

DAVID GOLDBERG

B.S.R.E; B.S.E.E.

AlEE; Technician Reporter; Iota Tau Kappa, Fenc · • on9 JOHN W. HAGAN

B.S.CE.

Pyramid Club; Tennis

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B.S.C.E.

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ROBERT l. HATCH

B.S.M .E.

B.S .Ae .E.

lAS; Intramural Softball and Basketball ; Honor Roll LEO W. HElENSKI

B.S.M . E.

LEE E. HERTZGOG

B.S .M . E.

ASME HARRY l. Hill, JR .

B.S. R.E.

RAYMOND H. HOPPER

B.S .R. E.

AlEE ; Kappa Sigma Phi GEORGE E. HOYlE

B.S.M.E.

SAE ; Kappa Sigma Phi ; Band ; Honor Roll

DONALD A . HUELSKAMP

B.S.M . E.

SAE; Iota Tau Kappa ROBERT S. ICKES

B.S.E .E.

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B.S.R.E. B.S.M.E.

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RICHARD W. JOHNSTON WILLIAM R. KEENER

B.S.R.E.

B.S.M.E.

Alpha Gamma Upsilon

El TON P. KElLEY

B.S.E.E.; B.S.R.E.

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STEVE KOZAK

B.S.Ch.E.

DONALD A. KEIL

B.S .CE.

Pyramid Club

ALBERT J. KNIGHT

B.S.Ch.E •

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B.S.M.E.

Kappa Sigma Kappa; Bawling Team; Intramural Sports ; Honor Roll

JOSEPH E. LANDI

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MURREL D. LEE

B.S.R.E.

ROBERT E. LEE

B.S .M.E.

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B.S. E. E.

AlEE RODERICK J. Moe LEAN

B.S.M .E.

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WILLIAM A . MclEISH

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B.S .R.E.

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B.S.M .E.

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B.S.M . E.

ASME ; SAE ; Honor Roll

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B.S.CE .

Pyra m id CI u b

REX H. MAY

B.S. E. E.

AlEE ;

ANTHONY P. MAZALAS

B.S.R.E.

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AlEE ; Honor Roll

LAWRENCE V. M EllO

B.S.M . E.

ASME ; SAE ; Kappa Sigma Kappa SALVATORE P. MERCURIO , JR.

B.S.M.E . __

ASME; SAE ; Kappa Sig ma Kappa ; Technician Stoff ; Ba se ball ; Ba ske tball ; Hono r Roll ; " Ke ki on g a Feath er" A w a r d

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DOUGLAS E. MillER

B.S.CE.

Py r am id Club ; Hono r Roll ; Stud ent Counc i l JA Y NEVENZEL

B.S.M.E. -

ASME ; Honor Roll

LARRY Y. NISHIKAWA FRANCIS M. NORTHROP

B.S .CE . B.S.R . E.

36

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WILLIAM D. OGLE, JR .

B.S.M . E.

ASME; CARE Committee THOMAS PANTAZIN

B.S.E.E. ; B.S. R. E.

AlEE

JOHNNY W . PARK PAUL A . PERRY

B.S.M . E.

B.S.M.E.

ASME; SAE; Water Polo

JOSEPH F. PETRENKO

B.S.C.E.

Pyram i d Club ; Bowl ing HARRY C. PORTER

B.S.C.E .

CLIFFORD E. PYOn

B.S. E.E.

CHARLES J. QUIGLEY

B.S.E.E.

AlEE ; Alpha Gamma Up silon ; Student Council ; Iota Tau Kappa ; Alpha Gamma Upsilon Scholarship Award

R()BERT J. REIS

B.S.R.E.

Alpha Gamma Upsilon ; Alpha Gamma Up si lon Scholarship Award AUSTIN l. RICHMOND

B.S.E.E.

AlEE ; Stud ent Counci l

37

DANiEl T. RYMSZA

B.S.M . E.

SAE ADOLF T. R. SAUL

.

B.S.M.E.

ASME; SAE; Mr. & Mrs. Club ; Rifle Club; Intramural Basketball; Caswell Engineering Drawing Award; Honor Roll

ALFRED W. SCHElL

B.S.C.E .

RA Y B. SCH RECONGOST

B.S. R.E.

Honor Roll

ROSS E. SECHREST

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club CLOYD C. SHANK-B.S. R.E. I

Honor Roll

LEE E. SHAW

I

B.S.M.E. •

ASME LESLIE A. SHIREY

-

B.S.C.E.

Pyromid Club; Bond

J. ROBERT SINGER

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club RICHARD E. SMITH

, .

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club

38

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ROBERT B. SNYDER

B.S.R.E .

Ba se ball ; Bawling ; Bas ke tball ; Radio Club ; Honor Roll _

Softbal l;

s

RUDOLPH A . SOLTYS

B.S.M.E .

SAE

p

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THOMAS A. SPENCER

B.S. E. E.

ROBERT M. STINETORF

CLEO R. STOLLER

B.S.E. E.

B.S .E.E.

AlEE ; Mr. & Mrs. Club; Ba seball ; Honor Roll flOYD V. SUTTON

B.S.E . E.

AlEE

WILLIAM THOMAS

B.S.M . E.

REED A . TROXEL

B.S.C.E .

WAYNE TROYER

B.S.M . E.

SAE; Bawling ; Honor Roll; Stud ent In structor HOWARD M . TURNER

B.S .M . E.

Alpha Gamma Up silor.

39

AlEE ;

JOSEPH F. TYE

B.S. M.E.

Alpha Gamma Ups il on AUDRON D. UPDYKE

B.S.M . E.

Rifle Club

CALVIN R. WEBER

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club ; Bond ; Student Council FRANCIS J. WEBER

B.S.E . E.

AlEE; Iota Tau Kappa; Student Council; Student Instructor ; Chrysler Institute Scholarship

EUGENE l. WENDT

B.S.Ch.E .

XET ; Ri fle Club ; Iota Tau Kappa ..

MURRAY M. WIENER

BILLY WOOD

B.S. E.E .

'If

"

B.S.C.E.

ROBERT O . WRIGHT

B.S .Ch . E.

-

XET; Iota Tau Kappa ; Chrysler Institute Scholar shi p

CHARLES l. ZOLTANI

B.S.M.E . •

ASME; SAE ; Intramural Bask et ball ; Bowling

• •

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40

JOHN J. ABBOTT

B.S.M.E .

CHARLES B. AMICK

B.S .C.E .

Pyramid Club; Intramural Softball; Basketball

RUSSELL N. APPENFEllER

B.S.Ae.E.

lAS; Mr. & Mrs. Club; Student Council; Glee Club; Band; Orchestra ; lata Tau Kappa ; Student Instructor

LESLIE E. ARNDT

B.S.R . E.

Kappa Sigma Kappa ; Softball

CHESTER l. AUGENSTEIN

B.S. R. E.

AI EE; Honor Roll ANDREW H. BABYAK

B.S.M.E.

Honor Roll

HOLMES R. BARNETT

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club MORRIS BAYER

B.S.E.E.

AlEE

HAROLD J. BEAL

B.S.E.E.; B.S . R.E.

AlEE ; Honor Roll

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HENRY F. BENEDETTI

B.S.E.E.

41

JAMES D. BINGHAM

B.S.M.E.

SAE EDWARD J. BONACCORSI

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club; Areo Club; Technician

JOHN D. BOSTWICK, JR. MEREDITH BOTHE

B.S. R.E.

B.S.M.E.

Kappa Sigma Kappa; V. Pres. Tri - Pravince

CARL A . BOTTOLfSEN

B.S . R.E.

Baseball; Bowling GEORGE W . BRAUCH LA

B.S.R . E.

Glee Club; Intramural Basketball

..

HUGH D. BRESLIN

B.S.E.E .

AlEE •

ROBERT M. BROWN

B.S.M.E.

Basketball; Golf; School Golf Tourament Winner

RUDOLPH J. BUDKA, JR .

B.S.E.E.

AlEE ANDES A . CABIYA

B.S .C.E .

Pyramid Club

42

CLAUDO J. CARNALI

B.S.M . E.

JAMES R. CARNEY , JR .

B.S.C.E.

Baseball

WILLIAM CARTER

B.S.M.E .

SAE; ASME SILVIO LOUIS CASELLI

B.S. E.E.; B.S .R.E.

AlEE

HUBER E. CECIL , JR.

B.S.C.E .

Pyramid Club RICHARD P. CHEVALIER

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club

WILLIAM S. COLEMAN PHILIP P. CORNWELL

B.S.C.E . B.S.M .E.

Alpha Gamma Ups i lon ; Bowling

UGO A . COTECCHIA

B.S.Ae .E.

lAS ; Iota Tau Kappa; Intramural Bas ket ball and Softball Manager CURTIS T. COX

B.S .Ae .E.

lAS

43

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DUANE T. DAHINDEN

B.S.R. E.

Techn ician Stoff LEONARD H. DE LEON

B.S.E.E.

AlEE ; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Glee Club Manager ; Honor Roll

JOSEPH W . EGAN

B.S.M . E.

ASME ; SAE ; Honor Roll

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.

FRANK J. EIBEN

B.S.M.E.

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DONALD E. FISHER

B.S.R. E.

WILLIAM F. FITZGERALD , JR.

FREDERICK R. FlOR

B.S.M . E.

B.S .C.E.; B.S. E.E.

AlEE ; Pyramid Club; Iota Tau Kappa; Student Council ; Yearbook ; Student Instructor DONALD l. FOLAND

B.S.M.E.

Bond

ROBERT J. FOLEY

B.S.M .E.

ASME ; Student Council ; Technician Photographer; Basketball; Honor Roll, Student In structor MANUEl P. FREITAS

B.S.E .E.

AlEE

44

RICHARD S. GillEN

B.S.E.E.

GILBERT P. GILLIAM

B.S.E.E.

THOMAS C. GLAZE

B.S.M.E.

ASME LOUIS J. GOULET

B.S.Ae.E.

lAS; Honor Roll

CHARLES R. GRAY

B.S.C.E .

Soitball ; Honor Roll JOSEPH J. GRAZIANO Pyramid

Club;

B.S.C.E.

Kappa

Sigma

Kappa ; Ba seb all ;

Bask etba l l ; Official Referee for Intramural Sports

DONALD C. GUNTER

B.S.E. E.

DWIGHT C. HARRIER

B.S .C.E.

Pyramid Club; Iota Tau Kappa

, •

HARRY T. HAWTHORN

B.S.M . E.

ROBERT M. HOCKEMEYER

45

B.S.C.E.

CHARLES H. HORTENSTEIN , JR. RAYMOND W . INGRAM AlEE ; Staff

Honor

Roll ;

ROY G . JAHN , JR .

B.S. R.E.

B.S . E. E.

Techn ician

Staff ;

Yearboo k

B.S.Ae . E.

lAS JOSEPH KALINOSKI

B.S. R. E.

CHARLES B. KELLER

B.S. R. E.

AlEE

.•

ROBERT F. KEllER

B.S.M . E.

SAE

ROBERT l. KINNAMAN B.S.R . E. AlEE ; Alpha Gamma Upsilon ; Student Council ; Water Palo IRVIN H. KRAL

B.S. R. E.

-

AlEE ; lata Tau Kappa

ALVIN A . LAWRENCE

B.S.C.E . ; B.S.Ae. E.

lAS ; Py ram i d Club ; Alpha Gamma Ups i lon ANDREW G . LEE , JR .

B.S . E. E.

Kappa Sig ma Kappa ; Bas ketba ll; Hono r Ro ll

46

JOSEPH l. LOPEZ

B.S. E. E.

AlEE; Alpha Gamma Upsilon; Honor Roll

RUSSELL E. LUTZ

B.S.C.E.

Intramural Basketball and Softball

ROBERT J . McGIVERN

B.S. E.E.

AlEE; Student Council; Honor Roll ; Tennis

ROBERT E. MACY ASME ; SAE

B.S.M . E.

RICHARD W. MAHER

B.S. E.E.

Baseball ; Honor Roll

EDWARD C. F. MAHONEY SAE

-

B.S.M.E.

CHARLES M. MALLOCK , JR. SAE

B.S.M. E.

VINCENT MARCINKIEWICZ

B.S.E.E.

CARLOS C. MAXAN ROSCOE C. MELLING

B.S.C.E. B.S.E.E.

47

ROBERT E. METZGER

B.S.M . E.

Honor Roll •

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DONALD C. MILLER

B.S.C.E.

Pyram i d Club; Mr. & Mrs. Club

WILLIAM A. MILLER

B.S.C.E .

Pyram id Club; Student Council; Tennis ; Stud ent A ss i stant Book stor e ; Honor Roll

l. C. NICHOLS

B.S.C.E .

Pyramid Club

ROBERT F. O'MALLEY

B.S.C.E .

Pyramid Club; Rifl e Club HORACE l. OUZTS , JR.

B.S. E. E.

AlEE

MAX G. PAPAZIAN

B.S.R.E .

AlEE ; Rifl e Club FRANK H. PARROTT, JR ,

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club ; Gl ee Cl ub ; Honor Roll

DALE E, PETTY

B.S . R. E.

Alpha Gamma Upsilon ARTHUR l. POOLE , JR. Pyra m id CI u b

B.S.C.E.

48

FRANK B. RAJCANY ERMEL E. REED

B.S.R.E.

B.S.M.E.

Basketball; Softball

KEITH E. RICE

B.S.R.E.

AlEE; Bowling; Honor Roll MICHAEL L. RIZZONE

B.S .M.E.

Student Council ; Technician Staff; lata Tau Kap pa; Student Instructor

DEAN S. ROBERTSON

B.S.M .E.

ASME; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Bowling ; Honor Roll PETER P. ROSIEK

B.S.C.E.

WILLIAM F. RUFF LEE R. RUSH

B.S.E . E.

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club; Kappa Sigma Kappa

P. I. SANDSMARK

B.S.R . E.

AlEE; Honor Roll •

DONALD R. SCHABER B.S.Ch.E. XET; Iota Tau Kappa

49

·'(ID, e,.

ARTHUR C. SCHUKNECHT

B.S.E.E.

AlEE •

RICHARD G. SCHEMEHORN

"

B.S .M.E.

ASME; SAE ; Intramural Basketball •

JACK l. SEAMAN

B.S.M.E.

ASME ; Kappa Sigma Kappa THOMAS F. SHOVLIN

B.S.M.E.

ASME ; SAE; Yearbook Stoff; Honor Roll; Intra · mural Basketball

JOHN D. SillS

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B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club DANiEl J. SMITH •

B.S .E. E.

AlEE ; Honor Roll

ROBERT E. SQUIRES

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club; Student Council; Honor Roll ROBERT E. STOCKLAND

B.S.M.E.

ASME

VERNON J. STOCKLAND

B.S.M.E.

ASME VIRGIL R. STONER •

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B.S.E. E.

AlEE; Student Council

50

BENARD F. STROUGH HAROLD E. SUTlIEF

B.S.C.E. B.S.E.E .

AlEE ; Iota Ta u Kappa •

CLARENCE J. SWEENEY

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club ; Band ; Ba ske tb a ll , Ba se ball EDWARD J. TARRING

GEORGE l. TEICH JACK l. TIPPY

B.S.E.E.

B.S.C.E .

B.S.M.E.

ASME ; Techn ician Photograph er; Yea r boo k Staff ; Comera Club

HAROlD E. TOWSLEY

B.S.M.E.

ASME ROBERT C. TUMA

B.S.C.E.

"-2. ; ;$

Pyramid Club

• •

JOSEPH E. URBASSIK, JR .

B.S.M.E.

ASME ROBERT B. VAN HORN

B.S .C.E.

51

ARTHUR W. WAGNER

B.S.Ae.E.

lAS; Intramural Softball and Basketball ,

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DONALD E. WILLIAMS

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B.S.M.E.

ASME

CLIFFORD H. WINTERS LEE WITTE

B.S.E .E.

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club; Softball; Basketball; Water Polo

ROBERT M. ZOLLER

B.S.Ae.E.

VICTOR D. ZOLLER

B.S.Ae.E.

JOHN S, ZUERCHER

B.S.R.E.

Glee Club CARL M. MENGANI AlEE;

Iota Tau

B.S.R.E. ; B.S.E.E. Kappa; Softball; Bawling; Stu-

dent Council

• •

• • •

FRANK A . ZAWADA

B.S.R.E.

AlEE ; Honor Roll •

52

RICHARD G. BARTH

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club; Glee Club CHARLES BEALE, JR.

B.S.M.E.

ASME; SAE

LAWERENCE J. BERUBE DALE E. BLESSING

B.S.E.E.

B.S.M.E.

Honor Roll

JAMES G. BLESSING

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club; SAE ; Camera Club; Honor Roll JOHN A . BRAZEE

B.S.R.E.

AlEE; Student Council; Alpha Gamma Up sil on ; Technician Staff; Band; Honor Roll

LOYAL G. BROWN

B.S.M.E.

ASME; SAE; Alpha Council; Honor Roll ROBERT W. CAHALANE

Gamma

B.S.Ch.E.

XET; lata Tau Kappa

ROSARIO CALABRESE

B.S.E.E.

AlEE ALFREDO J. CALPITO

B.S.E.E.

AlEE; Honor Roll

53

Upsilon;

Student

PAUL R. CHAMBERLAIN

B.S .M.E.

Intramural Bas ketball KWOH K. CHEN

B.S.M .E.

Technic ian Staff ; ASME

LEROY E. CLEMENZ

B.S.M.E .

Ba sketball ; Bawling JOHN R. COCKLEY

B.S .C.E .

Student In structor

JOHN A . CROUCH

B.S.C.E .

Py ramid Club ; Honor Roll ; Technic i an Staff RODNEY l. CRICK

JOHN F. DAVIS

B.S.M .E.

B.S.A e. E.

lAS ; SAE LEONARD W . DILLMAN

B.S.E. E.

LLOYD M . DOEHRMANN

B.S.E.E.

AlEE ; Student Council ; Ba sk etball ROBERT DUNN

B.S.M.E.

ASME ; SAE ; Honor Roll

54

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BADREDDINE S. El -JUNDI GUNNARD E. ERICKSON

B.S.M. E. B.S.M .E.

ASME ; SAE ; Glee Club ; Intramural Softba ll

CHARLES A . EVANS , JR. LAVERN FOSNAUGH

B.S.M . E.

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club

THOMAS V. FELIPE

B.S.E.E.

THOMAS D. FINLEY B.S.E.E. AlEE; Iota Tau Kappa

JOHN A. FICEK

B.S.R.E.

AlEE RICHARD J. flENER

JOHN J. GAVIN

B.S.R.E.; B.S.E.E.

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club ; Water Polo ; Alpha Gamma Up silon

ROBERT G. GEETHING

B.S.E.E.

55

FRANKLIN E. GERFY

B.S.CE.

Pyram id Club ; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Honor Roll JOHN M . GIBSON

B.S.CE .

Kappa Sigma Kappa ; Gl ee Club ; Intramural Soft · ball; Bowl i ng

JOHN R. GRAMLING , JR.

B.S .E.E.

GEORGE HABER, JR .-B.S .M.E. Honor Roll

DONALD l. HAGERMAN

B.S.R . E.

AlEE ; Kekionga Amateur Radio Club FREDERICK W . HENNING

B.S.Ae .E.

lAS

JAMES B. HICKEY

B.S.E.E.

SAE ; Iota Tau Kappa; Student Instructor; " Caswell Drawing " Award JOHN E. HILKER

B.S .CE .

Pyramid Club; Alpha Gamma Upsilon ; Basketball •

JAMES E. HIERS

B.S.M.E .

Alpha Gamma Upsilon GEORGE l. JACKSON

B.S.M .E.

SAE

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JOSEPH H. KINTZ

B.S.M.E.

ASME; XET; lAS; Rifle Club; Honor Student; Plas· tics Exhibit FRANK M. KITTREDGE

B.S.M.E.

SAE; ASME

JONAS K. KOEMPEl

B.S.E.E.

AlEE RAYMOND P. KOSTER

B.S.M.E.

SAE; ASME ; Alpha Gamma Upsilon; Rifle Club

ALFRED LECHNER

B.S.M.E.

Alpha Gamma Upsilon .

CHESTER LENCHERT

B.S.E.E.; B.S.R.E.

).

AlEE; Bowling; Honor Roll

E. FREEMAN LEVERETT

B.S.R.E.

AI EE; Honor Roll JOSEPH A. LEWEK

B.S.E . E.

AlEE; Honor Roll • •

THERON C. LINDSEY

B.S .C.E.

Pyramid Club HANS l. LOETZ

B.S. E.E .

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RALPH L. LONG

B.S. E.E.

AlEE BANARD L. McGEE

B.S.E .E.

• SUSUMU MAEDA

B.S.E.E .

IRVING I. MANKUTA

B.S.M.E. ; B.S.Ae.E.

l AS ; ASME ; Honor Roll

DAVID H. MOEHRING

B.S.CE .

Pyramid Club ; XET; Alpha Gamma Up silon ; Stu dent In structor

ROBERT J. MURRAY

B.S.CE .

Pyramid Club ; Honor Roll

JACK J. MURRAY

!l.S. R.E.

RUSSELL M. OSBORNE

B.S.M . E.

SAE ; ASME

ROBERT J. O 'TOOLE LEON J. PAGE

B.S .CE.

B.S.en.E.

XET

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MARTIN J. PALIOKAS

B.S .M.E.

ASME ; IAE; Intramural Ba sk etball GLEN R. PATRICK XET ; Bowling;

B.S.Ch . E. Intramural

Bas ke tball ;

Stud ent

Council ; Camera Club ; Honor Roll

BERNARD B. PEGG

B.S.R.E.

AlEE; Rifle Club ; Student Council ; Camero Club ; Honor Roll GENE l. PIANTONI

B.S. E.E .

AlEE ; Honor Roll

JESSE M. POlLITT, JR .

B.S.C.E.

Py ramid Club ; G lee Cl ub ; Rifle Club ; Yearboo k Stafl JAMES P. RAAB

B.S. R. E.

WYMAN J. RENNEKE

B.S.E .E.

AlEE JAMES A . REYNOLDS

B.S.M .E.

ASME; Yearbook Stafl ; Alpha Gamma Upsilon ; Honor Roll

STANLEY J. RYCKMAN Glee Club FRANK SCHARLE

B.S.E.E.

B.S .Ae .E.

59

ROBERT l. SHAW-B.S.M . E. ASME ; SAE WILLIAM E. SHERMAN B.S.M.E. ASME; SAE ; Honor Roll

KAORU SHIMIZU

B.S.E. E.

RICHARD F. SIMON

B.S . R. E.

AlEE

BRUCE A. SINCLAIR

B.S.M . E.

ASME; Alpha Gamma Upsilon THEODORE S. SIPOS

B.S.M.E.

ASME

WADDElL F. SKINNER

B.S .C.E.

Pyramid Club; Honor Roll ANDREW E. SPEDER , JR .

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club

• ROBERT D. STROHL

B.S.M.E .

ASME ; SAE ; Alpha Gamma Upsilon GEORGE TAKAHASKI

B.S. E.E.

AlEE ; Camera Club

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WILLIAM D. TAYLOR

B.S.M.E.

ASME ; SAE; Band; Yearbook Staff JULIO VASQUEZ

JAMES L. VI NT

B.S.Ae.E.

B.S.R.E.

AlEE FRANCIS W. WEAVER

B.S.C.E.

Pyramid Club; Alpha Gamma Upsilon

HUGH F. WESTERFIELD

B.S .M. E.

ASME CARL WILHELM

B.S.M . E.

ASME; SAE

JAMES M . WINTERBOTTOM XET; Iota Tau

B.S.Ch.E.

Kappa; Technician Staff; Student

Instructor; A.G.U. Scholastic Award STANLEY J. WITKOWSKI , JR.

B.S .Ae.E.

lAS

COURTNEY M. WRIGHT CHARLES E. YOUNG

B.S.C.E.

B.S.R.E.

AI EE; Honor Roll

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AERONAUTICAL DEPARTMENT The first course in aeronautics was offered to the Tech student in 1934. Mr. D. C. Maier was the first department head and was head of the mechanical department at the same time. In 1937 the department facilities expanded considerably with the addition of a wind tunnel built under the supervision of Mr. Tom Sullivan, department head at that time.

The wind tunnel at present is capable of testing models in an air-

stream up to 100 mph. The curriculum offered the aeronautical student has changed considerably since its inception. The latest addition, a course in Jet Propulsion, has been made in order to keep the student abreast

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this vastly expanding field of engineering .

The aeronautical department at the present time is under the capable leadership of Mr. B. L. Dow and Mr. B. L. Kemp.

Firs t Row

Venesky, Vrabel, Wakefield, Ja kubowski , Swieda , Sn y der, Ford, Harman, Radebeck.

Second Raw Third Row

Torr, Garlock , Straubel , Chaapel, Morissette, Varallo, O'Toole, Haney, Everhart. Bursey , Bistany , Ware, Kocsis , Kropa, Brooks , Mangan, Davis , Vester , Wolf.

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CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT Chemical Engineering was added to the curriculum of Engineering courses offered at Indiana Technical College at an early date. Although it has never been one of the large departments , the typical chemical engineering student has always been very conscientious and industrious, and usually can be found increasing his knowledge of science and engineering even during his leisure moments . This attitude is reflected also in the graduates many of whom have don e outstanding work in industry

in research, deve lopment, production, and design,

and also in the number who have continued their education at other colleges and •

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universities .

Fir sl Row

Woodsmall , Bunn e ll , Randall , Ba sk, Palom e qu e, Him es .

Se cond Row Third Row

Pag e, Whan, Archinal , Dup re z , Dealy , Walson , Hunl e r, Thoma s. Young, Fr ue h, Trad e r , Kindred , Mirald i, Swart z, M ille r D.

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First Row Seco nd Row Third Row

Rei n ecke, Enyardt , Ormond , Bow e rs, Irwin, Versprille, Puch er, Handzel , Ree d, Bryant, Thoma s. Blanchard , Dob son , Forst , Moral es, Gray , Rio s, Winte r, Berry , Baker, libby, Hedeen. W ine bre nn e r, la sfuvka , Morse, Helbert, Plebon , Pierce, Uhte , LaFornaro, Benward, Korth ,

Gara ssi no , McCarthy, Me hele chko , Blade k. Fourth Row Williams, Bi stany, Ston e, Cummin s, Midkiff , Wright , D., Dolgos, Sew e ll, Noel, Cox , Harvey , Ru s h, Simp son , Smith .

CIVIL DEPARTMENT The Civil Engineering Department was first organized in 1934 under the direction of Mr. J. C. Stuart. Mr. Stuart gave way to Mr. Jules Cullen in 1935, and Mr . Robert Ruhl, the present head of the department, took over in September of 1936. He is assisted by Dr. Alexander Tarics and Mr. Willard Stevenson .

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First Row Mr. Barrett , laughman , Beaulieu, See, Turner, Coonfore, Rzant , Pe te rse n, St. Onge , Bram 路 adat, McKinney, Carpenter, Konish, Morrill, Mr . Dermer. Second

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Ha y don, Rodriqu ez, Filler, Uribe, Humme, Rivero , Meches, Chri sti e, Montgomery, Cro w路

ford , Rogan , Chefalo , Ral s ton , Deauveau. Third Row Grace, Tabba , La wer, Jani sc h , Koempel , Shimizu , Michel, Gruhlk e, Keach , Mathews , Drum , Mile s, Davenport. Fourth Row Gu se fsk i, Ma ssey, La ird , Pa x ton. Fifth

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Jurowski , Arnold, Sch erer. Seve nth Row Stone , Moore, Pe sacreta , Fair, Moloney.

Welty , Koprivinkor,

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ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT The Department of Electrical Engineering shares with the Radio Department the honor of being the oldest department at Indiana Tech.

Hard and earnest

work by the competent staff of instructors and the students alike have earned the department universal appreciation and respect.

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First Row Draper, Warren, McCormick, Newby, Esposito, Murphy, Sangid, Kispert, Jauch, Stabovitz, Liao, Fitzgerald, Beniay, Opsomer, Reymer, Maki, Ridgeway, Thomas. Second Row Krunglevich, Class, Clark, l accone, Canfield, Klotz, Miller.

Ibanez, Magdich, Spooner, Kimura, Schmidtt, Christopher,

rhird Row Twigg, Weaver, Hvozda, Burke, Cleary, Walsh , Maska, McSherry, McNickle, Cline, Madd· sen, Heiser, Klein , Smallwood, Brumbaugh, Graf. Fourth Row

Huener, Denney, Witt, Greco, Kolinofsky, Burks, Close, Williams, Swiegard, Grey, Stone,

Monca , Anderson, Brower, Wiggins, Freemonth, Dewall.

Fifth Row Ordway , Perdue F. , Metzger, Borkez, W"lIiman, Saros, Casto, Caldwell, Burry, Dutka, Blair, Bateman, Perdue H., Teiwany, LaVally, Hall, Richter, Mus,' ow , Wilcox, Maier, Bouthilette , Dayton, Bergman, Colcord , Arrindell, Collier, Aspy, Kilper, Eullit.

MECHANICAL DEPA.RTMENT Tech's Mechanical Department was installed under Professor D. C. Maier in 1934.

It has since been under the direction of Professors L. D. Ely, '35; K.

Nygaard, '36; Norman Bourke, ' 37; and Dr. Ivan Planck; the latter taking the chair in 1942 with an enrollment of 102.

At present it is the largest department,

having an enrollment of 299 for t he spring term . •

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First Row Bolinger, Murray, Reed, McDowell, Garrett, Merriman, Hill, Shapiro , Scherer, Smith C, Guillow, Barber, Morrell, Addomo. Second Row Marsden, Baggot, Colby, Beaulieu, Humme, Hall, Martin, Fay, Reagan, Reinhard, Knoer, Boxx, Hoffman, Fitzgerld, Aksamit. Third Row McDonald, Stone, Houdyshell, Frantz, Jones, Blecker, Delanoy, Machuga, Stann, Massey, Farmer, Evans, Nuss, Malchow, Jones R., Metz, Wood, Roethel, Tooker. Fourth Row Bierley, Rudisill, Warren, Rhodes, Bright, Pesel, Stumpf J., Stumpf John, Kyle, McCoy, Moore, Grieble, Bloss, Janis, Schwemley, Cooper, Steed, Smith, Smith .

RADIO DEPARTMENT The great emphasis during the war years upon research and application of basis electronic fundamentals undoubtedly has caused the great interest in the radio art which, according to the latest figures, places the Department of Radio Engineering as the second largest department in the college. The radio laboratory has also shown marked improvement with the addition of much new equipment and a better use of the available space.

The demonstrations performed during

Open House excited much enthusiasm, and many visitors returned for more complete information about the department.

laboratory experiments, field trips and

speakers for meetings help keep the student abreast of the latest developments in his chosen field.

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. the It was dunng . in nearIng . laSses Here we are a!J;l\ , The campus nomIC c of another tcr~\ been seeth- Art and month has ~a {earbook pic- with so. with a ctivl.:l· h Male ChorUS thOUght It. 1 ConvOca:tJ,on, t e. fQr the cQntroV'ers~a and nominations _~ mak- in the 11 Qne towa~" have a g. eks hectic Qnes. The fact the last few we . th an almQst f II th1.S mQn best Qne 0 aM'ERA CLUB. QUI' own CA" 1'0" 'PhotOg h that the P 'lE!\R- Qf t e h t seems . ture s for the .h ing power, t a th~lfef quite a bQner 2~:; the mass.. has e tP the pictures Qf th i' ng the cel'l\ for sh 0 Mtel' arrang . lng CLU~, • d finally 'PQ'P'P Jan. fOCUSIng, an t ld hiUl that someonelO'ok 0' better After Uld . ture wo . in Veterans plC ude frO'll1 retllO'v~d the s York, Mr. Tech. Here I'll bet tha member of Iota Tau also held Treasurer. member A.I.E.E. d nt

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The student section O'f the A.1.- BASEBALL E. has planned anO'ther term There has beEm a Jonas Koempel has arfor it to' be held at the of spectatO'rs at "' recently. Moml su Terrace on May 6th. helps .... The last banquet was a huge . with O'ver seventy persons The players of ttendln? Anyone desiring to at- chester game neve thIS term shO'uld write his sligt chill that was and chO'ice of menu on the night. Perhaps · on the bulletin bO'ard. all that field running N ew ~fficers were elected on April 29 for the student section of th A.I.E.E. George St. Ange wa: chairman, Jim Hickey viceMasao KO'nishi, secretary Glenn Moore, treasurer. The . officers are Tom Finley, Fred Flor, vice-chairVirgil Stoner, treasure, and St. Ange secr~tary. The officers remain in O'ffice . nti! May when the new O'fficers I be installed at the A.I.E.E.

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the mte tilt WIth c~t;tribut~ by Klink, a lined trIple fence, a dIstance O'f Errors are misplays are not. be fewer of the la thQse "Texas leagu flys were called fQr SO'me O'f Tech's trying to' keep the down, O'r so it • appearance doesn't sO' let's dig in . . . . After the electiO'n three short •

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During 1936-37 steps were taken to organize a Student Council at Indiana Technical College.

Its purpose was to act in an advisory capacity for all student

activities. The first Council was composed of six members, one representative from each department elected by the student body.

Because of the influx of students

after World War II the membership was increased to 16.

Among the accomplish-

ments of the Student Council have been the sponsoring of the Halloween, Valentine and Commencement dances; helping with student registration at the beginning of each term; supervising the Privilege Card system; conducting visiting tours of inte'f ¡ ested groups through the College; and acting as custodian of school property made available for organizational use. sions at athletic events. â&#x20AC;˘

The group, moreover, is in charge of all conces-

Recently the Council was in charge of raising money for

the Kenyon College fund, sponsored the school ring, and instituted the Bulging Boiler Trophy to promote friendly rivalry with Tri-State in basketball. The untiring efforts of the Student Council shall continue to be put forth in the future as in the past for the advancement and growlh of Indiana Technical College.

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CALVIN WEBBER

Foil term

FREDERICK FLOR

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WILLIAM MILLER

Spring term

(Not Pictured) CARL MENGANI

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Summer term

" Mike " Rizzone wins his place by virtue of his gorgeous red shirts and green ties plus his ability as a drafting instructor and his services to the Student Council. Soft-spoken Big Bill Miller with the short hair cut wield ed the gavel for the Student Council and slung a wicked tennis racquet. Hotshot Doehrman put Indiana Tech on the map as one of Indiana 's outstanding basketball players.

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Mark D'Archangelo, NSA representa tive, showed he had the welfare of the students at heart by getting the store discounts and by establishing the NSA book pool. Paul

Heglar, ace

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little hunk of dynamite, and a recipient of the gold feather, was the foremost ad vertising manager fo r the basketball and The Technician .

Jim Babock, Nudes Verbis columnist and another recipient of the gold feather, established an emblem for Tech with his creation of Kekionga .

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Eugene Mantaya, Jr.

Mary E. Weimer

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Sladek, Senward, Flor, Fay, Ingram. Richter, Pedrosa, Galley, Re ynolds, Cotecchia, Heiser, Christopher.

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Although last fall the Student Council suggested that Indiana Tech pub lish a year book, actual work was not begun until April 1949. A committee from the administration was appointed by President Keene to assist the two faculty advisors, Miss Mary E. Weimer and Mr. Eugene Montoya. The committee consisted of Mr. Robert Ruhl, chairman, Mrs. Inez Pontius, and Mr. C. A. Overholt with President Keene as ex-officio member. Student staff members were the following: Editor, Fred Flor; Business Manager, Don Hall; Assistants, George Takahashi, Alfred Ranbom; Advertising Manager, Otto Korth; Assistants, Norbert Torzynski, Roy Metz; Circulation Manager, Edwin Budgis; Assistants, George Bouthilette, Henry DeWall; Make Up Editors, Ray Ingram, Arthur Christopher; Assistants, James Foy, Chester Bladek, Kenneth Heiser; Literary Editors, Edward Benward, Jesse Pollitt; Photographer, Emil Richter; Sports, Dick Lewis, Michael Galley, Elliott Brooks, Robert Sweigard, Vernon Jones; Artists, Jose Pedrosa, Marianno Filler; Reporters, Thomas Reynolds, Ugo A. Cotecchia, Gunnar Erickson, Richard W. Weise, Raymond Bistany, Dave Stewart, John Cummins, Charles M. Toy, Thomas Finley, Leonard Spallone, John Stumpf, Rudolph Porges; special faculty assistants, Miss Madeline Crowley, Mr. Alfred H. Walbaum.

Seated Standing

Hall, Budgis , Korth, Ramban. Dewall , Bauthillelle, Tarzynski.

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The school newspaper The Technician is the voice of the Indiana Technical College students. A student staff is responsible for the publication, advertisements, and circulation. This staff is aided by two members of the faculty, Miss Mary E. Weimer and Mr. Eugene Montoya. The first edition, consisting of a mimeographed sheet 8 by 11, was published in January of 1932. The newspaper now is printed and appears once a month. Each term a new staff is selected. Members of the staff are eligible for points according to the position they hold. A total of eight points entitles the member to a key. During the past terms the Managing Editors have been Dave Stewart and George Lee Shannon . Other staff members were James Babock, Raymond Ingram , Tom Jones, Richard Ibanez, Steven Mercurrio, K. K. Chen, Mark D'Arcangelo, Wilburn Taylor, Rudolph Porges, John Colcord, Howard Knoer, Herbert Straub, John Dellosso, William Aiken, Driz Dayton, Francis Dellosso, Martin Shapiro, Richard Mulhearn, James Bryant, Oliver Thorpe, Ed Townsend, Edwin Budgis, Ram Tejwaney, Zellar Robertson, Raymond Nuss, Floyd Malchow, Ray Bosk, William Mercer , George Bouthilette, George Weaver, William Wood, Edward Maisel, Don Linger, J. L. Tippy, Jim Ordway, Walter Canfield, Hiromici Asaoki, Henry Jacobowski, Stan Holton, Lester Little, Alvin Sellens, Emil Handzell, and Thomas Ramsey.

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ELECTRICAL ASSOCIATION

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First Row Weber, Bramadat, Compati, Doehrman, Baggot, Hlemick , Flor, Stoner, long . Second Row Piatoni , Coggeshall, Budgis , Sutlief, Pyatt, Dormans , Proci se, Frei strofler, Child e rs. Third Row Finley, Mr. Montoya, Peterson, McGivern, Hoke, l e wek, Brabson , Hickey, St. Onge, Martin, Ingram, Shallenberger, May, Ward, Bayer, Potash, Rzant, Konishi, Wright, Goldberg , Moore , Walters , Basta, Schucknecht, Breslin, Mr. Barrett, Mr. Dermer. Fourth Row

lopez, LeBeau, Quigley, Kinnomin, Weiner , Hall , Papazian , Hombrock , Droege , Arnold,

Zawada, lynn , Ficek, Robinson. Fifth Row Renneke, Stumpf, Denbrock, Smith, Blecker , Ouzts, Takahaski, Socci, Calpato, lee, Filler, Korth, Molda, Barta, Kaempel, Guillow , Grable, Taylor, Pegg , Ryckman, Hopper, Nuss , Aderholt.

The Electrical Association is a well-established, active, and constantlygrowing student organization. It is affiliated with the Fort Wayne Branch of the national AlEE, and as a result, the members enjoy the privilege and the advantages of attending all of the meetings and functions of the Branch. Founded in January, 1937, the association thrived until April, 1941, when the manpower demands of World War II forced its temporary abandonment. It lay dormant then until June of 1947, when the ever-increasing growth of the college and the attendant growth of the Electrical and Radio Departments made its reorganization a desirable possibility. In October of 1948, a less complicated and restrictive constitution was adopted and the name was changed to its present form. During the past year the members have heard many informative and inspirational speakers and have seen several entertaining movies. They have taken some interesting and educational field trips and have enjoyed some hilarious banquets. The passing parade of officers included as chairman, Tom Finley, vicechairmen, Phil Compton and Fred Flor; secretaries, Kenneth Beck, John Giardini, and George SI. Onge; treasurers, Fred Flor and Virgil Stoner; progam chairman, Jonas Loemple. Mr. Dermer has remained our able faculty advisor, and Mr. Montoya and Mr. Barret have always been with us, interested and helpful.

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first Row Ogle, Helinski, Mercurrio, Reynolds, Miller, Tippy. Second Row Ridgeway, fitzgerald, Grou, Stockland, Ibanez, Walsh, Markot, Volley, Brown, Jehl, McClean. Third

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Worren , Musclow, Kintz, Chen, Stockland , Sangid, Klein, Zoltani, Huelskamp, Mcleish.

fourth Row Dr. Planck, Mello, Hammer, Mankuta, Huener, Urbassik, Bortz, Medsker, Miller L., Denney, fredricksan, Shovlin, Carter, Richter, Bothe. Fifth Row Casto, Foley, Williams, Sweigard, Crispen, Hartle, Lee, Eiben, Casto, A., Erickson. Sixth Row Wulliman, Macy, Burry, Score, Roscoe, Sbarro, Beale, Abbott, Towsley, Robertson, Canfield, Strohl, Saul. Seventh Row Osborner, Jundhi, Krunglevich, Hvozda, Sherman, Stabovitz, Sinclair, Taylor, Westerfield , Schimmelhorn , Carnelli , Seamon. Eighth Row

Egan, Wilcox, Dunn, Wilhelm , Paliokus, Keiper, Mayer, Kittredge, Koster, Drantz.

The student branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers was organized at Indiana Technical College, January 23, 1937. From the original group of fourteen charter members the organization under the direction of the faculty advisor, Dr. Ivan Planck, has expanded to the present membership of over a hundred. The primary objectives of the organization are to promote the interest and to advance the standards of Mechanical Engineering. Secondary objectives include the holding of social functions for the purpose of establishing friendship among the members.

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Through the media of regularly held business meetings the members are encouraged to participate in the reading and discussion of technical articles and to exchange their viewpoints on these subjects. Other features of these meetings are the presentation of engineering subjects by speakers chosen from engineers and business men and the showing of films pertaining to mechanical engineering. The field trips to industrial and engineering organizations familiarize the student with processes and developments with which he will later come in contact. Among the social functions is the term banquet honoring the graduating members. This society is also an active member of the Student Aid Fund and has made numerous contributions to the CARE organization to aid the people of Europe.

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lAS The student branch of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences at the present time consists of approximately fifty men. Upon gradua t ion student members may apply for memb e rship in the national chapter of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. The object of lAS is to advance the knowledge of the theory and prac ' ice of the aeronautical sciences. It provides the students with the oppor t unity to be come acquainted with the personnel and activities of lAS and encourages profes sional consciousness and fellowship . It also enables the student to use the Paul Kollsman lending library, where it is possible to obtain books on any field of aeronautics. This library is under the supervision of the national organization of lAS . At the meetings which are held every two weeks films of infinit e in terest are shown. The films usually pertain to aircraft construction , maintenance and per formance. Programs also i nclude ,'alks by e x perienced engineers and inventors , whose lectures tend to enlighten t he stud e nt further on the practical side of Aero nautical Engineering. Officers fo r the winter term were Ch a irman , C. T. Co x; Secretary, V. A . Cotecchia; Treasurer, G. Kropa. Spring term officers were Chairman , C. H. Bursey ; Vice-Chairman, R. Vrabel; Secretary, l. Swei da; Treasurer, R. Davis; Publicity Committee, R. Bistany and A . Hwozdek.

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Mr. Daw , Templetan, O 'Taale , Mankuta , Henning, Walfe , Vester , Haas , Gaulet, Braa ks,

Haney, Hatch, Aldi , Sandi, Sweida, Bosserman .

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Krapa, Catecchia, Cax.

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Davis , Vrabel , Bursey, Radebeck, Wakefield , Jakubawski. Harman, Davis J., Wack , Jahrul , Venesky, Appenfellar, lacsis , Jahn, Wagner.

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Teich, Rush , Reinecke, Mercer, Hilker, Weaver, Cecil, lindsey, Fosnaugh, Sizing , Madero,

Piossi. Second Row

Squires, Petrenko, Groziono, Erwin, Versprille, Coleman, Cabiya, Grey, Curry, Boisvert,

Tierney, Doran, Dr. Tories.

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Mr. Ruhl, Boczkowski, Perkins, Polle, Day, Pucher, Dobson, Cummins, Sills , Sechrest, Blanch-

ard, Bowers, Mr. Stevenson.

Fourth Row Hagen , Keil, Hart, Nichols, Sweeny, Canizares, O'Malley, Barss, O'Toole, Klosowski, Kaleita, Speder, Miller W. fifth Row Williams, Harrier, Saros, Hedeen, Flor, Dodson, Blessing, Skinner, Miller D., Tuma, Ormand. Midkiff. Sixth Row Spallone, Townsend, Amick, Rhodes. Baker, Dudek, D'Archangelo, Burton, Parrot, Lapham, Murray, Wright. Seventh Row May .

Schell, Lawrence , Smith, Moehring, Bladek, Rambom, Borell, Gavin, Weber, Cockley,

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The Pyramid Club was first organized in 1941 when in the fall of that year a group of Civils advised by Mr. Robert Ruhl and led by Robert Patterson drafted a constitution. The club functioned well during the war years but had no appeal for the maiority of incoming students. There were a few, however, who did not lose interest and kept the organization running. In the fall of 1948 under the leadership of Robert Stinetorf, David Moehring, and Robert Squires the constitution was revised, and letters were sent to all Civil Engineering students, urging them to take part in the new program. These efforts resulted in an increase in membership until almost 50 % of the men in the Civil Department belong to the club. Club programs consist of highly authoritative speakers from all branches o~ Civil Engineering. One of the most interesting was a series of lectures on concrete. Speakers have also presented topics on sewerage, highway work, aluml" num fabrication, and post-college problems. The Pyramid Club has succeeded in planning its programs so that they are not entirely on an educational basis. During the term, sport and travel films are often shown. Parties sponsored by the club are a tremendous success. Now with the aid of Mr. Ruhl, Mr. Stevenson, and Dr. Tories all of the members are working for a bigger and better Pyramid Club. 84

5AE The student branch of the SAE is ing students interested in some phase of branches of engineering are eligible for the present time the organization consists

an organization consisting of engineerthe automotive industry. Students in all membership in this student society. At of 80 members.

The student branch was first organized at Indiana Technical College i., November of 1948 through the enthusiastic efforts of lloyd Morris, a Mechanical Engineering student who graduated in the Winter term of 1949. At present the following students serve as officers: Chairman, E. Walsh ; Vice-Chairman, W. McCormick; Secretary, R. Strohl; and Treasurer, R. Osborne. Dr. Ivan Planck serves as faculty advisor. For three months the student branch has been working for a national rharter. This is the only organization on campus at present which has a ch.Jnce to receive full recognition from the professional organization. Thus, full recognition from the Society will give the students here unlimited opportunities in this field .

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Koos, Kozak, Archinal, Watson , Schaber, Wendt, Page, Kindred .

X ET XET, Chemical Engineering Society, was the first of the departmental organizations at Tech. Plans for the organization were made in the summer terms of 1936, and in the fall term the constitution was adopted. At the present time the meeting, parties, inspection trips, and other activities planned by the officers are enthusiastically anticipated and enjoyed by the membership, which comprises most of the students of the department of Chemical Engineering. Present officers are Robert Cahalane, president; Andrew Watson, secretary; Samuel Himes, treasurer; Louis Palomeque, sergeant at arms; and Alfred H. Walbaum, faculty advisor.

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The engineer must have the wisdom to see the need;

the skill to fulfill it; and between these two, the ability to persuade others to work with him in accomplishing it." President A. T. Keene

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achievements, Indiana Technical College in September of 1942 inaugurated an honorary scholastic fraternity symbolizing " Truth," " Industry " and " Knowledge" by the Greek letters "Iota Tau Kappa." The original faculty moderator, Mr. Merl Renz, principal advocate of an honorary scholastic fraternity for Indiana Technical College, was succeeded in September of 1945 by Mr. Robert Ruhl, who still acts in that capacity. At the present time eight faculty men and sixteen students comprise Iota Tau Kappa.

The student membership seldom totals more than two percent of the

student body . It is the conviction of the members of Iota Tau Kappa that with "Truth, Industry and Knowledge" as the beacon on our path through life, no problem or task will appear too difficult.

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Krah , Stumpf , Rizzone , Mr. Dermer, Mr . Ca rs on, Huelskamp, Finley, Wendt, Quigley, Weber.

Stand ing Mr . Ruhl , Mr . Albert , Winterbottom , Wright , Schaber, Hickey, Delanoy, Mr. Etter, Sutlief, Mr. Monto y a , Cotecch ia , Maharajh , Bartz , Konishi , Cahalane , Goldberg.

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First Row Strohl, Miller, Castell, Swiedo, Boggot, Miraldi, Sparks, Weaver, Hilker , Miles, Stamper, May, Canfield . Second Row Keen, Koster, Beveredge, Boudet , Honey , DeVogo, Draper, Mr. Dow, Erbe, lawerence , Passel, Vanasse, libby, Kolinofsky, Hiers, Kyle, Cornwell. Third Row

Reis, Petty, lopez, Ridegwoy, Ritzy, Reynolds, Tye, Kinnomin, Sinclair, Jackson , Keener,

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ALPHA GAMMA UPSILON Alpha Gamma Upsilon fraternity had its beginning here in Fort Wayne in September 1922.

At the time Herbert R. Carter of Fort Wayne, along with three

other students attending Anthony Wayne Institute, organized the Alpha chapter of Alpha Gamma Upsilon.

May 19, 1939, saw Beta chapter of AGU organized

here at Indiana Technical College when a group of men from our school was granted a charter by the national board of directors. Although AGU is a social fraternity, it does encourage high academic standards and extra-curricular participation among the members in the college. Many of the Beta chapter men have been outstanding in their scholastic work and in the departmental organizations.

During the past two years the na-

tional fraternity has held intra-chapter scholastic competition, and three men from the chapter have ranked at the top of the list. Each term the chapter offers a cash award to the outstanding student here at Tech.

This man is chosen by the Academic Committee for his grade average

and for his participation in extra-curricular activities.

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KAPPA SIGMA KAPPA The history of college fraternities has brought about many changes in student activities since the first chapters were organized and introduced to American college campus life. Fully realizing the value of those changes, ten Techmen met September 26, 1946, and. formed the nucleus of an organization which was later to be called Sigma chapter of Kappa Sigma Kappa, one of the few international fraternities . Bound together with ideals of mutual confidence, trust, and fraternal co-operation, these men applied for recognition from the national headquarters of Kappa Sigma Kappa, a fraternity which was first established at Virginia Military Institute in 1867. A charter was granted November 8, 1946, and the name of the chapter was designated Sigma . Since the first day of recognition, men of Sigma chapter of Kappa Sigma Kappa have left their mark on the history of Indiana Technical College.

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have contributed achievements in scholarship, student government, athletics, music, journalism, and many other extra-curricular activities. " All this was many years ago, and I am old," but we of Kappa Sigma Kappa will live as brothers forever .

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Ibanez , Compati , Mercurrio , Be aulieu , Bothe, Helmick , Walsh , Mclean, Marrone. Walsh Ed., Maloney, Jarvi , Bistany , Gerfy, Lagestrom , Reymer, Jehl. Shannon , larson , Koprivina kar, Morissette, Jones, lee , Thorpe, Hammer , Rush , Seaman.

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Chang , Dong , Toy, Chu , Hom .

CHINESE CLUB In September of 1947 the Chinese Students of Indiana Technical College formed a club and affiliated with Chinese Students' Christian Association of North America. This local organization was established for the benefit of the Chinese who are attending Indiana Technical College. The club so far has had many activities. During the period between the summer and fall terms of 1948, there was a trip to a nearby lake. A Thanksgiving dinner was held at the home of one of the members. At another time there were motion pictures on jet propulsion. Many of the former and present members claim China as their place of birth.

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THE CAMERA CLUB The Camera Club originated in the spring of 1948, but died in i ts infancy because of lack of interest and equipment. Recently it was reorganized under the supervision of Mr. Ralph Carson and Mr. Richard Dermer, and now shows promise of becoming a successful organization. The club now has a permanent darkroom, equipped with basic apparatus and is adding new equipment as rapidly as possible. With continued support from the many Tech photography fans , the Camera Club should become one of the most popular clubs in school.

Two other clubs recently formed are the Kekiongan Radio Amateurs' under the sponsorship of Mr. Ralph Carson and the Flying Club with Mr. Ben Kemp as advisor .

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Straub, Pegg , Prant, Takahasi , Evans , Sladek, Nuss .

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Mr. Carson , Socci , Jarvie , Fitzgerald, Massey, Blecker, Hedin, Crowe, Mr. Dermer.

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RIFLE CLUB The Rifle Club was active in intercollegiate competition all season and participated in postal matches out of this region.

The spring firing was climaxed by

the regional meet at Northwestern University where Tech met very keen competition among the Big Ten schools.

Excellent year-round shoulder to shoulder com-

petition was furnished by the Allen County League of which Tech is a member.

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BASKETBALL TEAM The 1949 hardwood sea son saw Tech floor the best team in its history of athletics. Although the record shows 8 won against 13 lost, its drive, fight, determination , and comradeship made the games much better watching than the rec ord book shows. This year initiated t he Bulgin ' Boiler trophy to be awarded the winner in basketball between Tri-State and Tech. The boys of Kekionga came through to keep the little steam engine the first year. Individual scoring honors went to lloyd Doehrman with 409 and leroy Clemenz with 204 for the season. Elmo Brundrelt had the highest percentage of charity shots with 64 % while Jim Gladieux fouled the most times with 88. lloyd Doehrman brought home the honors when he tied the Indiana State individual scoring mark in one game with 49 points .

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Standing McNeeley, Fabina, Opsomer, Randol, Whitaker, Corney, Boback, Hall, Perdue, Deville, Perdue, Mr. McCormick, Mr. Cook .

BASEBALL TEAM Although the 1949 season was not successful in the won-lost column (4 wins and 10 losses), it was successful in creating the sportsmanship Tech desires. The four wins included Defiance, Huntington, and Taylor. The batting crown for the season went to George Elafros with a lusty .353. Joe Graziano and Don Klink came up with .346 and .333 respectively. The team as a whole batted .255, scoring a total of 93 runs for the season, with Ludwig Wiesztort crossing the plate most often with twelve runs scored. Of the 62 walks received Graziano, Wiesztort, and Dick Maher led the parade with 8 each. Of the 116 strike outs suffered by the team Maher and Wiesztort led the swinging with 18 each. The RBI title went to Don Klink with 11. Of the 59 errors committed by the team Larry Ouzts muffed the most with 10, while Wiesztort stole 7 of the 25 stolen for fourteen games.

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TENNIS TEAM The 1949 tennis season started late in April with fourteen candidates trying out for posilions on the team, which was under the supervision of Captain Edwin Hagan and Faculty Advisor Mr. Waldo Albert. A team of six men was chosen to represent Indiana Technical College on the courts. A challenge system was introduced allowing anyone to eliminate another from the team. In this manner keen competitive interest was maintained. The final team consisted of Michael Galley, Elliot Brooks, Edwin Hagan, William A. Miller, William Miles, and O. C. Stone. Only two seeded players were in the line-up from the 1948 tennis season, Hagan and Miller. After only two weeks of practice at Lafayette Park, the team travelled to Valparaiso College, and were defeated by a more experienced team. The next match, a return match with Valparaiso, ended in another crushing defeat. Tri-State, led by two excellent Filipinos gave Tech its third defeat. Taylor College was Tech's first victory in a closely contested battle. The final match, a return match with the same Tri-State team, ended in defeat. The season, although not successful in victories, was a success in that fine sportsmanship was shown, and many friendships were made with the other teams.

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WATER POLO Water Polo, first introduced at Tech in the spring of 1931, was carried on with great enthusiasm until 1943 when it was suspended for the duration of the war. Previous to the war Tech had several championship teams. Through the unceasing efforts of William C. Mahaney, the present team captain, water polo was resumed at Tech in the fall of 1947. Tech finished the recent season with a .500 average, during which a total of 88 points were scored to the opponents' 38. The hottest contested match of the season was with Purdue. Scoring was close throughout and culminated in a 6-6 deadlock with a minute to play, but Purdue rallied with a last second field goal winning 8-6 .

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Perry, Clas . Mr. Dow, Kinnaman, Handzel. Sweigard, Rzant, Wegen~a , Madden, Klein, Mahaney (captain).

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GOLF TEAM The Tech golf team had a very successful season. Out of thirteen games played, they won nine and lost four.

They won from Purdue University Center,

Tuylor University, Valparaiso University, Tri-State, and International College. At the state meet at Purdue University on May 20, Tech finished seventh in a field of eleven. Team members are Joe Ciesla, Bob Brown, Charles Sharp, Ed Powell , George Dean and loren Knispel. "The prospects for 1950 look very good," says Mr. Ralph Rogers, faculty advisor.

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Mi ss Crowley , Bloss , Nichols , Reymer , Vernon, Bolinger, Thorpe, D' Arcongelo, Hombrook ,

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Polit , Walker, Cope , Hee din, Ryckman , Erickson , Randall , Sharer, Voorhees .

With the enrollment at Tech growing each term, there came a need for a glee club in the school. The group was organized in the winter of 1946-'47, but it was not until the fall of 1947 that the services of Mr. Varner Chance, Supervisor of Music in the Public Schools of Fort Wayne, as director and Mr. Robert Shepfer as accompanist were secured . Miss Madeline Crowley has been faculty advisor since the group was organized. A great asset to the club has been the feature soloist, Mrs. Jean Beights.

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The Glee Club has taken part in all of the outstanding functions of the school as well as provid ing entertainment for the various groups and organizations throughout the city. For the school the club has sung at Commencement Exercises, the Alumni Banquet, convocations, and at the Open House. Other groups and organizations the club has entertained are the Business Women's Club, Republican Women's Club, Kiwanis Club, General Electric Squares Club, Fire Underwriters, the Isaac Walton League, and at numerous churches. In May, 1949, the chorus, as the product of many long hours of rehearsal. presented its first concert. The proceeds from the concert went i'oward the funds for purchasing robes. The Glee Club, although it consists of only twenty-four members, has been very active in school and has had a well-rounded program of public service.

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Close, Mehalechko, Sweeney, Humme, Hedeen, Browe,-, Brazee, Kalin.

Foster, Ridgeway, Weber, Christopher, Morse, Hoyle, Thorpe, Appenfeller. Korth, Birks, Foland, Machuga. Simpson, Graff, Bateman, Allen, Mr. Wright.

One of the outstanding organizations of the school is the Tech Band. Organized iust before the Christmas vacation of 1948 under the direction of Mr. Garver Wright, the band has added a great deal to the enthusiasm and interest at the Tech basketball games. Not only was it an asset to the home games' but also at the Tri-State game at Angola. It made its first public appearance on the concert stage at the college convocation on May 4. The personnel of the band includes the following: Trumpets Hiro Asaoka, Jay Kalin, John Brazee, Kenneth Hedeen, Dave McSherrey, Pete Coggshell, George Brower; Clarinets Charles Humme, Bernard Balou, Clarence Sweeney, John Mehalechko, Joe Hallhan, Bill Close, Bill Taylor, Cal Webber; Flute and Piccolo Arthur Christopher, Ardell Shirey; Saxophones Charles Broker, Jim Ridgeway; Trombones Russell Appenfeller, Donald Foland, Edward Machuga, Bob Birks; Horns Oliver Thorpe, Kenneth Colby; Baritone Otto Korth; Basses Gordon Bateman, Donald Allen; Drums Max Graff, Joe Foster, Hugh Simpson, Jim Walker.

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"Great trees from little acorns grow."

In other words one never knows

into what magnitude an organization may develop, given the proper support and encouragement. Twenty-one young men in Indiana Technical College desiring to further the general interest in their college and their interest in symphonic music are meeting regularly in rehearsal under the able leadership of Mr. Chester Bladek to give to Indiana Technical College an orchestra of which the students and faculty may be proud.

The fact that a number of these men have had professional ex-

perience speaks well for the future of the organization. The following comprise the orchestra:

piano, Bernard Beaulieu; piano ac-

cordion, Otto Korth; drums, Hugh Simpson; bass viol, Joe Foster; guitar, Elwood Frantz; violins, Arthur Christopher, Dick Miner, Bart McKay, Ray Nuss; trumpets, Hiro Asoaka, Kenneth Hedeen, J. Kalin; trombones, Russell Appenfeller, Ed Machuca; French horn, Ken Colby; clarinet and alto saxophone, Charles Broker, John Mehalechko, Joe Hallahan; clarinet and tenor saxophone, Don Shewchuck, Duanne Crawford; and Clarinet and soprano saxophone, Steve Tyahla.

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Hallahan, Broker, Mehalechko, Sewchuck, Miner, Nuss, Christopher.

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Mr. Thalman, Hedeen , Asoaka, Machuca, Appenfeller, Colby, Korth, Bladek. Foster, Simpson, Frontz, Beaulieu .

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Under the capable managership of Denver Howard, Tech 's softball team of 1948 wound up its season with an enviable win-loss record plus three " Al l Stars " and a division trophy.

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Archie T. Keene Appointed President The first great blow to the college came in 1936 with the death of President John A. Kalbfleisch. However, in July of the same year the college was fortunate to obtain the services of Mr. Archie T. Keene as president of the college. He brought to the institution a rich background of many years of teaching and administrative experience in the educational field. Mr. Keene resigned from his position at the University of Detroit where he had served seven years as an instructor, and professor and Head of the Department of Speech, to assume the leadership of Indiana Technical College at a time when the financial problems of the institution called for sacrifice and self-denial, as a test of his faith and courage. The courage of the new president was further tried in 1937 when disaster struck in the form of a fire in the college building. However, students, faculty, friends, and Board members rallied behind his leadership, and the college was rebuilt. Classes continued wi thout interruption, and the enrollment increased. Rapid developments in engineering science and the consequent additional requirements of industry then encouraged the administra tion to increase the period of study from 24 to 27 months, or three school years, in each of the six fields of engineering Aeronautical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, and Radio. Academic standards were raised and a drive for full accreditment was begun. Laboratories were improved, and new facilities were added. Periodic reviews of the curriculum brought additional courses to help keep abreast of the modern trends in engineering education. When war was declared in 1941, nearly 500 students were enrolled. The student body consisted of high school graduates from every state in the union and many foreign countries. Hundreds of graduates had been placed throughout the country to assume professional positions among engineering firms of national reputation. â&#x20AC;˘

Service To World War" During World II the facilities of Indiana Technical College were directed toward war services, including faculty, student and alumni participation in the armed forces, and administrative war work; pilot training CPT and CAAWTS; pre-pilot training; refresher courses in pre-radar and pre-meteorology; certified ground school CAA and Civil Air Patrol. However, before the war ended enlistments and the selective service had reduced the enrollment at Indiana Technical College to approximately 75 students. â&#x20AC;˘

As soon as this war ended, Indiana Technical College was flooded with ex-servicemen who were applicants for admission. The school was accredited and approved for the training of veterans under both Public Law 16 and Public Law 346. First priority was given to former students returning to complete their education. Ex-servicemen who had not formerly attended Indiana Technical College were given second priority. During the winter term, 1945, an extra six-weeks session was started to help serve the needs of men waiting to be admitted. Like other colleges and universities throughout the United Sta tes, shortages of physical facilities, teaching staff, housing, and other problems created heavy administrative responsibilities. With the college filled to capacity and the waiting lists growing longer each month, the school facilities were improved and expanded. Among

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other improvements was a unique, three -shift program to provide the maximu m of utilization of training facilities. The morning shift was from 7:30 a .m. to 12 :25 p . m.; the afternoon classes were from 12 :30 to 5 :25 p.m.; and the evening shift was from 5 :30 to 10 :25 p.m. Additional land was purchased and a new buildin g erected to the west of the original building. Approximately 11,000 square feet of floor space provided 15 extra classrooms, laboratories, and offices to improve training facilities . One of Indiana 's most modern laboratories in general physics was housed in this new west wing. One of the high lights of the expansion project was the dedication of the new building at Open House, which was held Octobe r 21, 22, and 23, 1948. An estimated 5,000 guests visited the college at that time .

Reorganization On Endowment Basis In August of 1948 Indiana Technical College was reorganized to become an endowed institution. The memorial endowment fund of over $100,000 in cash and physical assets, was generously given by order of the Board of Directors in charge just prior to the reorganization . Mr. Carl H. Pierson was president, Mr. Paul E. Hess, secretary-treasurer. Scores of letters and telegrams of congratulation were received from other colleges and universities throughout the land, as well as from alumni and friends of the institution . The charter members of the new Board of Directors were Mr. Arthur Fruech tenicht, Chairman , of Fort Wayne; Dr. John J. Caton, Vice-Chairman in charge of Public Relations, of Detroit, Michigan; William Henry Caswell , Vice-Chairman in charge of Endowments and Trusts, of Detroit, Michigan; Carl H. Pierson, Chair man of the former Board of Directors, of Fort Wayne; Paul E. Hess , Secretary Treasurer of the former Board of Directors, of Fort Wayne; Donald H. Borger, Chairman of the Finance Committee, of Fort Wayne; and Archie T. Keene, President, Indiana Technical College, Fort Wayne. Mr. Keene was re-elected as president of the college under its new organization. Mr. C. A. Overholt was appointed Treasurer and Business Man ager, and Mrs. Inez M. Pontius was appointed Registrar and Secretary to the Board. In the instructional division, Mr. Robert C. Ruhl, Head of the Civil Engineering Department, continued as Chairman of the Academic Committee. The reorganization of Indiana Technical College marked another milestone in the growth and development of educational advantages offered to young men . The endowment fund facilitated curricular expansion beyond that which was pos sible when tuitions were the sole source of income. Opportunity was given indus try to provide laboratories with equipment. The academic policy was liberalized to encourage employment of more top engineers as part-time instructors in specialized fields. This feature made possible opportunity for more advanced students to work in specialized fields. Closer ties with other colleges and universities were made possible by the opportunity provided to graduates of Indiana Technical Col lege to continue their training on the graduate level in other higher institution s of learning . During the school year 1948-49 fifteen hundred students were enrolled at Indiana Technical College and 430 men received the degree Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical , and Radio Engineering. There were 98 employees on the pay roll, including 63 full-time instructors, parttime instructors, and student assistants. Graduates who are filling positions of responsibility and trust in all parts of the world can point with pride to their Alma Mater as a source of human and engineering talent for the service of mankind.

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' Bre yan W ., Sh e lton , Conn . Br ix W . A. , Er ie , N . Dak . Broo k J. C , Billing s , Mont. Bro w n R. l., Hazl e ton , Id. Bu rsey C. H"

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Campb e ll J. R. , Marion , Ind. Chaap e l R. R. , Le Ro y, Pe nna . Chin W ., Paramaribo , Surinam Clarke R. l. , Portland , Ind.

' Cold itz E. F., Fort Wa y ne, Ind . Conover R. T., Wad sworth, O . ' Co sta M. P. , Fall Ri ver, Ma ss . · Cote cchio U. A " Bo s ton , Ma ss. Cotton O . K., Grandv ie w , Ind . Co x CT ., Erw in, Te nn. Curry J . A. , Mt. Ga y , W . Va . ' Davi s E. J. , Columbus , M iss. ' Dav is J. F. , Sag Harbor, N. Y. Davi s R., Ne w York City , N. Y. Dello ss o, F. , Brooklyn , N. Y. De llo ss o J ., Broo kly n , N . Y. De Micco , J. , Long Branch , N. J . Ea ste p D. B., Co vington , Ky . Evan s 1. C , Chattanooga , Te nn . Everhart R. A. , Scott sburg , Ind . Fiedler J. J ., Fort Wayn e, Ind . Ford C E.. Ro xbury , Ma ss . Fo ster J. J . , Albany, N. Y.

Randall R. A. , Sturbrid ge , Ma ss. Rhod e b eck C E. , Sh e lby, O. Rob e rt s J . E., Ral e ig h , N. Car .

Hw azd e k A. P., Ise lin , N. J . • John R. G ., Fort Wa y ne , Ind . Ja kubo wsk i H. 1., N. Ton 'w 'da , N. Y. J e ttin g haff P. F. , De lphos, O . Jon e s C. M " Gal ves ton , Tex . Ke mp B., Valparai so , Ind . Ki ck W . R., Man sfi e ld , O. Kocs is E. S., Cl eve land , O . Kropa G . E. , Scranton , Po . Kup e l V. T. , Ch ica g o , III. Lan e J . E., London , O. Le chn e r A. , Moodu s , Conn . Lill y l. C , Evan svi ll e , Ind. McDonough W. J. , W ' dbr' ge, Conn. Madd e n R. C , Gree nvill e , Po . Mai e li J . R., Broo kly n , N . Y. Man g an J . 0., South Bo ston , Ma s s. • Mankuta I. I. , Bron x, N. Y. ' Mars hall R. R., Lang Be ach, Cal . ' Mathis R. F., St. Cloud , Minn . May F. G . , Jr . , Eri e, Po . Morri sse tt e E. H " Virginia Beach t Va . Morri sse tt e E. C. , V irg inia Be a ch, Va .

Nag e otte J. l., Me adville , Po . Olcott R. l., Fort Wa y ne, Ind. O 'Toole W . H., Ne wa r k, N . J . Patrician P. , Dunmore , Pa .

Phillip son J. E. , Fort Wayn e, Ind .

Rio de Jani ero , Brazil

Sitl e r C , Battl e Creek , Mi ch. Sioman H. 0 .. E. Po rt Ch es ter , Conn . Sn y d e r J . R., Milton , Po . Straube l C , Norri sto w n , Po . Swei da L. J ., Hibbin g, Mont. To rr J ., Church Hill , Md . ' Te mpl e ton J . D. , Portland , Ind. Thomp son P. M. , New Paltz , N. Y. Ti e man E. A. , Fort Wa y ne, Ind . Tobin R. G .. Fort Wa y ne, Ind . Trive tte J. , J o hn son Cit y , Ten n. Urbania k F. A. , Pitt sbu rg, Po . Van Pe lt J . M ., Fo rt Wa y ne , Ind . Varallo G. M. , Bron x , N . Y. ' Va squ e z J . , De Pu e , III. Ve nes ky B. , Shamo kin , Po . Ve ste r J . A., Hop kin svi ll e, Ky. Vrabe l R. J., Gran ger, Ind. Wa ck l. A., Piqua , O . ' Wagn e r A., Fo rt Wayn e , Ind . Wa ke fi e ld F. , Ba y onn e, N . J . Waldrop G . G. , Fort Wa y ne, Ind . Ware W . P., Kin gs Mount ' n , N . Car. W e y l C J . , Lo s Ang e les , Cal. Whitmars h G. E. , Brookl y n , N . Y. ' W ei d e r J . l. , Orcha rd Par k, N. Y. Witkowsk i S. J ., Scr anton, O. Wolf e D. H., Canton , S. Dak . Wright eM . , Tampa , Fla. Wright R. l. , Tampa, Fla. • Zoll e r R. M., Fort Wa y ne , Ind . • Zoll e r V. D., Fort Wa y ne , Ind. • Zorad J . W ., Los An ge les, Cal.

CIVIL Abbott J . W ., Delta, Col. Ak e n s P. E., Bedford , Ind. Alcazar M ., La Paz, Boliv ia, S. A. ' Allen A. E., Orlean s, Vt. Allen W. J. , Las Angeles , Cal. Arana -Vivaldi C, Hato Rey , P. Rico ' Amick C B., Panama City, Flo, Anderson C E., Sprigg , W. Va. Armstrong H. A., San Marino, Cal. Arndt D. l. , Chris topher, III. ' Boback J. N. , Brooklyn , N. Y. Baker E. S. , Centenary , S. Car. Baggensta ss W . H., Dick ' son N. Dak .

• Barnett H. R. , Winchest e r Va . • Balogh F. S. , Cleveland , O . Barry D. W ., Fort Wayn e , Ind . Bars s H. W . , Wo rce s te r, Ma ss. ' Barth R. G ., Fort Wayne , Ind . Basick E. E., Fort Wa y ne, Ind . Bauer J ., Fort Wa y ne, Ind. Bean H . C. , Surgoinsville, Tenn .

Beaudet R. H., Manche ster , N. H. Benward E. , Milford , N. J . Berte D. P., Barret, Vt. Beuchel R. J ., Fort Wayne , Ind. Blanchard A. J. , Burlington , Va. Bladek C H., Middletown , Conn.

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117

• Bl essi ng J . G. , Baden , Po. Boczkow s ki F. 1., Mahanoy City , Po . Boi sve rt R. J ., Fall Ri ver, Ma ss . * Bonaccorsi E. , Warwick N eck , R. I . Baracci A. , Me ncola, l. I. , N . Y.

' Bore ll D. J. , Roc k Island, III. Bowe rs R. G., Swanton , O. Bowe rs V. A. , Big Run , Po. Braml e tt l. , Ke nsett , Ark . • Brook s R. N. , N. Manch es te r, Ind . Brudney W. G., John stown, Po. * 8rue l. A " Yonker s, N . Y . Brundrett E. H. , Te xa s City , Tex , Bryant J. M. , Burn side, Ky.

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Bunn J. D., Jr. , Memphis, Tenn. Buantempo c. , New York City , N . Y. ' Burley R. J., Salamanca, N . Y. • Burt D., Fort Wayne, Ind . Bu ser J. F., Seneca , Kans. Butler K., O sweg o , N . Y.

Godfrey T. G., Elmodel, Go . Gornitzsky R. , Tel-Aviv , Palestine Gral W., East Hempstead, N . Y. • Gray C. R., Eldorado , III. • Graziano J. J ., North Bergen, N. J. Gregory D. W., Cowan, W. Va. Groomer W. E., Northville, Mich.

• Cabiya A., Ciales, Puerto Rico Cabiya H. , Ciales , Puerto Rico Cabiya M. V., Ciales , Puerto Rico • Caggiano F., Elmont, N. Y.

' Hogan J . W., Martins Ferry , O. Hallahan J ., Nesquehoning, Po . Handzel E. J. , Boonton, N . J.

• Canizares C. , Arecibo, Puerto Rico

• Harrier D. C., Allentown, Po .

' Corder H. N., Cumb erl and, Md. Corle c., Son Juan , Puerto Rico • Corney J. R. , Springfield, Mo. • Cecil H. E. , Fort Wayne, Ind. • Chevalier R. P., St. Alban s, Vt. Chin I. J., Aruba, N.W.I. Chu H., Panama, Rep. of Panama ' Cleveland C. R., Carlisle , Ind . 'Cackley J . R., ligonier, Ind. Cofield J . D. , Jr. , Pauls Volley, Oklo. Colello G . , Molden , Moss . ' Colman W. S., New York City, N. Y. Cantieras P., New York, N. Y. Cook G. D., Fort Wayne , Ind . Cook V. c., Osseo, Minn. Copenhaver A. W ., Portland , Ind. Cox E. H. , Searcy , Ark. Cranwell J . E., Jr. , Richland s, Va. ' Crauch J. A., Salamanca , N. Y. Cummins J. R. Dove r , Del. Curry J . A., Mt. Goy , W. Va. Cutigni l. , Fort Wayne , Ind.

Harriman C. E. , Bellefontaine, O. Harrison G . c., Akron, O. Harrold W. H., Mt. Airy, N. Cor. • Hart W. c. , Orlando, Flo. Harvey J. F. , Montpelier, Vt. Hoskins J . 0. , loudon, Tenn. • Hoskins J . , Grope Creek, III. Hawk R. l. , Fort Wayne , Ind. Hedeen K., Dearborn , Mich. Hedges R. E. , Middletown , Md . 'Heglar P. c., Kingsport, Tenn . Helbert P. J ., Auburn , Ind . Henson F. A., Cloverdale , Ind. Hiott P. l., Albion, Ind. Hicks T. A., lyon Mountain , N . Y. • Hilker J . E. , Fort Wayne, Ind.

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' D'Arcangelo M. J. , Buffalo , N . Y. ' Davis R. S., Middletown , Md. Day R. G., Columbu s, Ind. Dean G. l. , Oswego , N . Y. Devega H. F., New York City, N. Y. Despotopulo s H., Clinton, Moss. Di Pirro J . A. , Buffalo , N. Y. Dob son J . E. , lynbrook , N. Y. Dodson P. R., Kirksville , Mo. Doran P. J., Atlantic City , N. J. Dowling T. P. , Columbu s, O . Dud ek E. J ., Jamaica , N. Y. ' Dwyer J. , Redwood Fall s, Minn. Earnest M . l., Fort Wayne , Ind . Eise nschm ie d c. , Central Islip , N . Y. Elkin s W. F. , Moulton , Ala . Ell e nwood R. , Seeley lake , Mont. o Engle R. c. , Shippensburg', Po . Enye ardt G . c., Orbisan ia , Po . Evans C. H. , Albany , Go .

Hirozawa M ., El ee le , Kauai, Hawaii

• Hackemeyer R. M. , Fort Wayne, Ind . Holli s E. Y., Jackson, Tenn. Holton S. l. , Brockton , Moss. Hoot F. , Chester, Po. Hrenda H., Coaldale , Po. • Huguenard R. , Webster Groves , Mo . Irw in J. J . , Kenmore, N. Y. Jackson R. F. , Tdgton . , M iddx, Eng. Jack son R. A" Moreno, Pernambuco , Brazil

Jame s F. K., Schuylkill Hoven, Po. Juravsky M . l. , Win ' peg , Mon . , Can. Kaleita R. J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Kane J. R., Wooster, O. • Keil D. A'I Minneapoli s, Kans .

Kicklighter O . l., Richmond Hill , Col. Kirbach V. J ., Greenfield, III. Kle in F. S., Pontaic, III. Klink D. E., Suffer n , N. Y. Klosowski C. R., Glenville , Conn . Knouse S. B., Altoona, Po. • Kolterman R. J ., Hot Springs , S. Oak. 'Kost A. J. , Fort Wayne, Ind . .. Kubic V. F. , Webster, Moss .

lam kin M . J. , Tell City , Ind . london R. , Coiro , III. ' lapham H. D. , Ottumwa, 10 . lastuvka J . V. , Cedar Rapid s, 10 . lauer H. c., Pearl River, N. Y. Lavner E. V., Worce s ter, Mass. * lawrence A . A"

Galley M . J. , Bet hl ehe m, Po . Gara ssi no R. L. , Waterbury, Conn . Garcia N. , Monterrey, N .l., Me xico

Gatewood S. c. , Jr. , St. Ptrs bg. , Flo. ' Gavin J . J ., Concord , N. H. ' Gerfy F. E., Windb er, Po. ' G ibson J. M., Windber, Po . Gilliam C. W., Searcy , Ark. Gleaton C. P., Albany, Go.

Mele R., Monterrey , N.L., Mexico

Mercer W . D., East liberty, Ohio Metz R. E. , Phillipsburg, N. J. Midkiff l. E., Moron, Tex. • Miller D. c., Silver lake, Ind. ' Miller D. E., london ville, O . Miller E. E., Olympia , Wash. ' Miller W. A., St. Clairsville , O. 'M oehring D. E., New Hoven, Ind. Monfort D. , Aloma, Go. Moore E. c., Washington , D.C. Moore P. J ., Binghamton, N. Y. Morales H. M., New York City, N. Y. Morse J. H., Ea st Weymouth , Moss. Morse W., Fiskdale, Mass .

'M urray R. J. , Norwood, O.

Nakao S., Royal Oak, Mich. • Nelson A. , Saugus, Moss. Ne s ham D. R., Minot, N. Oak. Nicholas M. H. , Windber, Po . • Nichols l. c., Piqua , O. Nick B., Cyclone, Po. • Nishowaka l. Y., Waimea, Kouio , Hawaii Naad R., Philadelphia, Po. ' O ' Malley R. F., Martins Ferry, O. Ormond J. R., St. James, N. Y. Osback H. K., Tempe , Ariz . ' O 'Toole R. J., lynbrook, N. Y. Pope W . , Monroeville , Ind . ' Parrott F. H., Delphos , O. Penepent R. S. , Bergen , N. Y. Perkins N. D., Tomohawk, Wis. Perry J. A. , Fall River, Moss. • Petrenko J. t Minerva, O. Phillipson J . E., Fort Wayne, Ind. Pierce A. J ., Wallace , N. Cor. Pinzon S., Merida , Gucatan, Mexico

Kurtz V. E. , Burlington , Iowa ' Feussner J . K. , Orlando , Flo. Finan J . A., Glenold en, Po. Findlay l. S. , Utica , N . Y. Forst B. R., lawre nce , Neb. ' Fo s naugh l. , Bluffton, Ind. Fought c., Topeka , Ind. Fribert F. F., Niagara Falls , N . Y.

Mandell S. M ., Springfield, Moss. ' May O . E., Howe , Ind.

Branford, Conn .

libbey A. D., Westbrook , Me. ' lind se y T. c. , Bluffton, Ind. lombard B. R. , Fort Wayne, Ind. ' lutz R. , Shillington , Po. Madero C. J., Brooklyn , N. Y. Mahoney W . c., Roche ster, N . Y. Maharajh A. D. , Port-of -Spaid , Trinidad, B.W.I.

"Graduot ed 1948 - ' 49

I I8

Piossl R. J ., Sidney Center, N . Y. Pollitt J . M., Sal is bury, Md . • Poole A. l., Hagerstown, Md. ' Porter H. 0., Homeworth, O. Powell W ., M ilton , Ind. Proctor W. , New Hope , Po. Puc her H. G ., Chicago, III.

Ramirez de Arellano R., Son Juan, Puerto Rico

Ranbom A. , Molden, Moss . Randol T. J., Guymon, Oklo . Raynack J. F., Weatherly, Po . Reed R. , Weatherford , Tex. Reid H. J., leaksville, N . Cor. Reinecke E. l. , Marion , la. Resh D. , Hanover, Po . Rhoad l. V., lotty , O . Riddel B. , Kannapoli s, N . Cor. Ridgway E. W ., Philadelphia, Po. Rinehart J. T., logan sport, Ind . Rias R. M. , Merida Yue., Mexico Rivard R. R., Marquette , Mich . Roberts C. M. , Roanoke, Va . Robertson O. Z., Corona de Mar , Col. Rodenbeck M . H., Fort Wayne, Ind. • Rosiek P. P. , Omer, Mich. Rush D. c. , Howe, Ind. ' Rush l. R., Howe, Ind . Ryan E. J. , St. louis, Mo.

Salgada P. A. , Ciales, Puerto Rico Sampson J . A., Boy Shore , N. Y. ' Schell A. W. , logonsport, Ind. Schulte K., Omaha , Neb. ' Sechre st R. E., Brucev ille, Ind . Sewell W . R., Columbio City , Ind. Shannon R. H. , Fort Wayne , Ind . Sharp G. M., Cleveland , O. • Sh irey A. l., Moo seheart , III. Siler J. R., Celina, O. ' Sills J. D. , Hartford City, Ind. Simp son H. W., Troy , O. · Sinemus H"

Derry, Po .

' Singer J. R. , Defiance, O. Sipps E. E. , Jr., Quaker Bridge, N. Y. Sizing S. J. , Syracuse , N. Y. • Skinner W . F. , Millbridge, Me. ' Smith R. E., Fort Wayne, Ind. Smith R. W. , Clearfield , Pa. Smith W. D. , Warren , Pa. Spallone l. J . , Fort Wayne , Ind. ' Speder A. E., Cornwall , N. Y. • Spiegel l., Jackson Hghts, 1.1., N . Y. ' Squire s R. E., Rochester, Ind . Stamper G. , Ravenna, Ky .

Stanley C E., Matewan, W. Va. Stewart D. l., Carrollton , Mo. 'Stinetorf R. M., Richmond, Ind . Straub H. J. , Garfield, N. J. ' Strough B. F., Cortland, N. Y. Sugiyama G. M. , Auburn, Calif. • Sweeney C J. , Hilger, Monl. Tacki s C, William son, W. Va. Tackis J. , Williamson, W . Va . Tanner B. M. , West Palm Beach , Fla . "' Teich G. lo, Uniontown, Po. Thomas R. R. , Osgood, Ind. Tierney D. , Fort Wayne, Ind. Timmer D., SI. Albans, N. Y. Torres J., San Sal'dor, EI. Slvdr . CA. Townsend E. E., Young Harris, Ga . "' Troxel R. A"

Pioneer , O.

' Tuma R. C, Montauk , N. Y. Turansky B., Freeport, N. Y. Tyahla S. , Nesquehon ing , Pa. Uhte J. D. , Richmond , Ind . Vanderlyn R. D., Ellenville , N. Y.

' Van Horn R. B. , Fort Wayne, Ind . Versprille F., Roche ster, N. Y. Villafane A., Ponce , Puerto Rico Wagner R. B., Kirkwood, Me . Walburn E. G., Albion , Ind. ' Walling S. W., Keyport, N. J. Wanzie A., MI. Carmel, Pa . · Weaver F. W. , Fort Wayne, Ind.

' Weber C , Albion, Ind. Weimer J. W., Cromwell , Ind . Widman C J., Philadelphia, Pa . Williams D. J., Van Wert, O. William s J. H., Bristol, Va . Williams R. J ., Richmond, Ind. Winebrenner R. A. , Albion, Ind . Winter E. C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Wisnew ski R. J . , Hammond, Ind. ' Witte l. H., New Ca stle, Ind. 'Wood B., Covington , Ind . Wolfe R. , Yoder , Ind. Woodard I. E. , Fort Wayne , Ind. • Wright C M., Tampa, Fla . Yanaga M. , Keachkekua, Hawai i

CHEMICAL Antypas Archinal Arrindell Ayers J.

W . G., Beirut , lebanon D. E., Dover, O. R., Trinidad, B.W .I. B. , White Plains, N. Y.

Beeman J. D., Arcadia, Neb. Blaschka G. E., SI. Paul, Minn. Bosk R. J. , Cincinnati , O . Bouthillette G. N., Biddeford , Me. Bunnell R. C , Paris , III. ' Cahalane R. W ., San Bernardino, Cal. Carr R. G ., Amsterdam, N. Y. Cermola J., Hudson, N. Y. Chefalo T. M., Wellsville, O. Childress E. M., S. Ch ' leston , W. Va . Dealy J. 0. , long Beach, Calif, Dickmann N. G., Troy , III. Dimes C. W./ Torrington, Conn . Duprez H. J. , New York City , N. Y. Eisenschmied C, Central Is lip , N. Y. Etter l., Fort Wayne , Ind . Fogt E. M., Maplewood , O . Frueh T. J., lima, O . Furda G. E., Elizabeth , N. J. Georgakakos J. G., lowell , Mass . Gill H. l., london , Ky. Grunwald F., Milwaukee, Wis . Gurney J., Washington , Pa. Hall A., Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Herber F. J., Fort Wayne, Ind. Hicks C l., Newark, O. Himes S. C , ladoga , Ind. ' Hohenstein H. l., Buffalo, N. Y. ' Howard D. C, Bryan, O. Hudson C. A" Austin, Tex. Hunter l. B., Shelton, Wash .

• Hutchinson J ., Hills ide , N. J. Hutsell H. l. , Fort Wayne , Ind.

Randall J . A. , Sturbridge, Mass. Reinking W. E., Fort Wayne , Ind . Rosiek F. t Orner, Mich.

Jawor H. C , Clarence Center, N. Y. Kaneshiro H. , Kaneohe, Oahu, T.H. Kindred W. E. , Franklin, O. • Knight Albert J. , Fort Wayne , Ind. Koos R. A. , Fort Wayne , Ind . • Kozak S. , Butler, Pa . La Canne G., Menom i nee , Mich. larson B. E. , So. Minneapolis, Minn.

lynch R. J. , Greenwood, W. Va. McBride G. C , Columbus , O. McDowell A. , Philadelphia , Pa. McGee J . H., Cairo, III. McNutt C F., Fort Wayne , Ind. Maharajh A., Trinidod , B.W.I. Mangan T. N., So. Boston, Mass . Miller D. , Jasper , Minn.

Miraldi N. l., Erie , Pa. Montgomery R., Ashtabula , O. Morse W. H., Fiskdale , Mass . Nash J. S., E. Cleveland , O . Nea J. W., San Antonio, Tex. Nichols C A., louisville, Ky. Noad R. W. , Philadelphia, Pa . O strick J. D., Morse , Sask. , Canada ' Page l. J., Fort Wayne, Ind . Palomeque l. , Guayaquil, Ecuador, S.A. ' Patrick G. R., Indianapolis, Ind. Pless B. W., Mooseheart, III. Quintero M. G . , Panama,

Rep. of Panama

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119

Rydalch F. H. , Monterey Park, Cal if. Rydzy F. J ., Thompsonville, Conn.

' Schaber D. R. , Toledo, O. Shepler K. W ., Greenwood , W. Va. Simmons J. R. , Hardin, Mont. Sipps E. E. , Jr., Quaker Bridge, N. Y. Smith K. W. , Il ion, N. Y. Steigerwald J . , E. Akron, O. ' Steinkuhler B. , Dougla s, Neb. Stratton E. R., Fort Wayne , Ind. Stroumbos E. T., lowell , Mass. Suguitan S. 0., Alcala , Cag., P.I. Suthers G . I. , Rushtown , O. Thom W . W ., Ilion, N. Y. Troder W. P., N. Manchester , Ind.

Unger H. F. ; Martinsburg, W. Va. Urban S. , Deferiet , N. Y.

' Van Wormer R. F., Van Wert, O. Voorhee s D. V., Fort Wayne , Ind.

Walker J. J ., Ottawa, O. Walling S. W. , Keyport, N. J. Watson A. C , Port Huron , Mich . ' Wendt E. l. , Fargo, N . Dak. Whan G. , North lima, O . ' Winterbottom J. M. , New Castie, Ind . Wood W. C , Oyster Bay, N. Y. Woodsmall l. S., Marshall, Mo. ' Wright R. 0. , Fort Wayne , Ind.

Young W. C , Sidney, O. Yuja A. S., San Pedrosula, Honduras, CA.

ELECTRICAL All e n D. R. , Gib sonia , Po . • And e rson A. J ., Tra verse City, Mic h. • And erson R. E. , Ho we , Ind . And ers on R. M., Siou x Fall s, S. Da k. And rew s W. , Mt. Ver non , N. Y. A nk e nb r uc k H. , Fo rt Wa y ne , Ind . A r no ld H. J ., Ur bano , O . Ar tis P., Fo rt Wa y ne, Ind. Ba iley W . F., Jr., Sm ithpo r t, Po . Bai r M. W . , Fort W a y ne , Ind. Bariahtaris A. c., lo we ll , Mo ss. Barta J. , N e w Ke nsin g ton , Po . Ba te s E. l. , South Be nd , Ind . Bough R. l. , Ar vada , Colo . • Bo yer M., New Yo rk Cit y , N. Y. Beck K. W ., O il Cit y , Po. Beck N. l., Kirk wo od , Mo . ~

Be ne d e tt i M. F. , Nor w ood , Mo ss . Be nham l. , Bloom ing to n , Ind.

Be n son W. H., Tit usv ill e, Po . ' Ber ub e l. J . , Escanaba , Mi c h. Bid lak V. E. , G e ne va , O . ' Blan ke ns hip D. E. , Canton , O . Blockus H. , Wil kes - Borre, Po . Bo cz E., Luce rn e M i nes, Po.

Bramadat K. , Son Fer nando , Tr in id a d , B.W . I. Bree dlo ve H. F., Alban y, N . Y. Bre ndiar D., Po r t Cl inton , O . ' Bre s li n H. D., Mt. Carm e l, Po . Brid g e n s T. R., l ock Ho ve n , Po. Bro ker C. A., Wa g ne r, S. Da k. Broo ks E. T., Mon sey , N. Y. Bro w n B. R. , Wa s h ing ton , D. C. Bud gi s E. J ., Ta y lor , Po. • Bud ka R. J ., St. Jam es , N. Y. Bund y R. l. , Fort Thoma s, Ky . By rl ey G . M., Hammond , Ind. ' Calabre se R. , Yon kers , N. Y. ' Calpito A. J. , Na g buk e l, I.S. , P.I. ' Carey J . l. , Jon es bo ro , Ark . Carr T., Fo rt Wa y ne, Ind . Chon g S. G . , Kin gs ton , Jam ., B.W . I. Cho se l. , Gallitzin , Po . ' Ch e no we th J . A. , Huntington , Ind . ' Ch in T., New Yor k, N. Y. Chr ist ie W . , Pain esv ill e , O . Cofe r H. V. , Se arc y, Ark . Co lburn A. D. , Tex a s Cit y, Tex. Co mpton P. E. , Blu e fi e ld , Va . Coo k V. c., Jr. , Omaha , Ne b . Coon for e D. F., Ce nt e rburg , O . Cra w ford J . W ., Sy lva , N . Co r. Cullop E., Marion , Va . ' Curry G . F., Vince nn es , Ind . Dady J. W. , Fl int, Mich. Dave nport J. D. , Fort Wayn e, Ind. De l e o n l. H. , Stat e n Island , N. Y. ' De Mars C. W . , Br is tol, Conn. Denbrock F., Cold w at e r, M ich . De ve au , E. , Ne w port, R. I. De vill e B. J . , All iance, O . • Dickin son W . O . , Fran klin , Ind . Di l e o J ., lanca ste r, Po. ' Do e hrmann l. M . , Fort Wayn e, Ind. Dolgo s F. J . , Norwich , N. Y. Dorman s P. M. J. , Ubachsburg , HoI. Drum l. , Ne we ll , W . Va .

Duch es ne au B., W es t War w ick R. I. Dudo ic J ., New Ca stl e, Po. Ebe rl y W. P. , Ann vi ll e, Po . Elafras G. T. , Chicago , III. Engli s h J . T. , Ch eek towaga , N . Y. En g strom M. , Rockfo rd , III. Fa ir E. l ., Belle vill e , Ar k. Fe ldb erg S. l., Broak y n , N . Y. • Fe lip e T. V. , New Yor k Cit y, N. Y. Fill e r M. M., Tuy , Batanca s, P. I. Fitzg erald F. G . , Holyo ke, Mo ss . ~ Fl e ner R. J. , De tro i t , Mich . • Fl or F. R. , Gl e ndal e , l. I. , N. Y. Fo ste r l . H. , Corning , N. Y. Fre istroffer D. R., Fort Wa y ne, Ind . ' Fre ita s M. P., N. Ea ston , Mo ss . Fry man W. c. , Cy nth iana , Ky . G a ley W . E. , Young sto w n, O . Garcia G ., Tampa , Flo . Go ris l . K., Pitt sburg h , Po . ' G ee thin g R. G . , Grove r Hill , O . Gha stin M. G ., Tra verse City, M ic h. ' Giardin i J . M. , Salamanca , N . Y. · Gill e n R. S., Nobl e , III. ' G ill iam G. , Albuqu erqu e , N. M . Gad ie ux A. J . , Fort Wa y ne, Ind . Gad ie ux R. l. , Fo rt Wayn e, Ind. ' Goldb erg D. , Spr ing fi e ld, Mo ss. ' Gonzal e z A. C. ,Adjunta s, Pu e rto Rico Gree ne 0 ., Powd e r Spr ing s, Te nn . Gruhl ke D. E. , Ro ches te r, Minn. ' Gunter D. c. , Napol e on , O . Gurdian G . A. , Ne w Orl e an s, la . • Hab egge r H. R., Be rn e, Ind . Hall A. W . , Balt imore , MI. Hall H. l. , William s, Ind . Hamm e r J . c. , Clare more, Oklo . Han coc k J . H., Danbury , Conn . Harri e r D. R. , All e ntown, Po. Hart E. E. , Knob e l, Ar k. Howl e y W . H. , S. Charl es ton , W . Va . • Ha yes E. E. , As he vill e, N . Cor. He lmic k R. P., Be ll ev ue , Po . Helm ste tt e r F. A., St. Marys, O . He n sle igh M. A. , Sho s honi, Wyo. Hic ks J . c. , Ne wa r k, O . Hill H. D., New Orl e an s, la . Hill I. A., Yonk ers , N. Y. Hill e C. W ., All e ntown , Po. Hinojo sa lo , W e slaco , Tex . Hoogland G . W., Me mpi s, Te nn . Hok e J . W., Sis ters, Ore. Hollida y G. l. , O swego , N. Y. Hom D., De arborn , Mich . Howard A. R., Unionville , Conn. Hugh es J . , Jr. , W e ll sville , O. ' Ick es R. S. , Chambe rs burg , Po . Iver sen R. , Se attl e , Wa s h. Jon es V. E., Youn gs ville , Po . Jordon W. R., Columbu s, O . Kalita J . S. , Niagara Falls , N. Y. Kaul J . l. , Beaverton , Mich . Keach l. G. , Binghamton, N . Y.

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' Ke arn s J . H. III, King ston, N. Y. ' Ke lly E. P., Von Bure n , Me. Kinn ee r H. S. , Conn e ll sville , Po . Kis p e rt D. E. , Clinton, Ind . Kl e in E. W. , Von W e rt , O. Knight J. c. , Bradford , Po. Ko e mp e l J . K., Gal e na , III. Krotze r l. W. , l e ip s ic , O . Krau ss M. E., Buffalo , N . Y. Kr es ky C. J ., Jermyn , Po . Kurow sk i S. J. , Palm e rton , Po .

la ird R. l. , Tre nton , N. J. ' landi J. E. , Richmond , Va . lone G . E. , l e banon , O. lau e r C. A., Fort Wayn e, Ind . la ssi te r C. H., S. Norfo lk, Va. loughman K. W . , W e ll svill e, Po . • Le Be au J. l. , Ch es hire, Ma ss . ' l ee A. G. , Corn we ll , N. Y. l ewek J . A. , Chica g o , III. ling er D. E. , Troy, W. Va . lith e rland W . l. , Evan svill e , Ind. little l. D., Wad es boro , N . Cor. ' loe tz H. l. , St ur g is, Mich. ' long R. l. , Be ll evi ll e , O . ' lop e z J. l., Florin , Cal if. lo Verd e J. E. , Son Jo se, Calif. ' l y nn G ., Jr . , Mulbe rr y Grove, II I. l y on s C. D., Do ve r, Te nn .

McConn , R. J., Hibb ing , Minn . McCarty D. J. , Ba r b e rton , O. McClo ske y D. J. , Morg ' to w n , W. Va. • McG ee B. l. , Gridl e y , Kan s . • McGi ve rn R. J. , Scottdale , Po . McKinn e y J . F. , Be re a, Ky . McNutt D. T., Mob e rl y, Mo. McSh e rry W . R. , Shamokin , Po . • Maeda 5. , Hila, Hawaii

' Moh e r R. W ., Bottl e Cree k, Mich. Mai se l E. , Spr ingfi e ld , III. Mo lon e y W . J ., Be ll e vu e, Po . Manton J . A., Niagara Fall s, N. Y. ~

Marc i nki e wicz V. , Chester, Po .

Martin T. H. , Ocala , Flo. Martin W. , Aynor, S. Cor. Mos sey C. N . , Mt. Olivet , Ky. • Ma ste rs G. R., Ural hollo , S. Cor. Mattth e w s R. l., Norfolk , Va . Ma y F. D., Scranton , Po. ' May R. H., South Po int , O. Mehalechko J ., Ce ntralia, Po . ' Mell ing R. c. , Owosso , Mich . ' Mengan i C. M., Broo klyn, N . Y. Mercer W. D., East l ib e rty , O . Me redith W . B. , Bowling Gree n, Ky. Michel W . E. , Woodbridg e, Conn . M ich e ls e n J. , Ad e laide - Uhley , S. Australia Miller B. , Weatherford , Tex . Miller c. , Evan svill e , Ind . Min e r R. , Fort Wayne, Ind . Montgom e ry H. W . , leland, III. Montoya E. , Jr ., Sante Fe, N. M. Moore G . c., Elizabethtown, N. Cor. Moore T. D., Santurce , Puerto Rico

Morris W . R., Norton, Va . Morse D. H., Martin sville , Va . Murphy H. l., Fort Wayne , Ind . Myers H. B. , Whitehouse , O.

Namba N., Murray, Utah Neal J . H., Christopher, III. Neuhauser D. E., Fort Wayne, Ind. Nicholas M. H., Windber, Po. Northway A. l., Valois , N. Y. Nuss R. J., Doylestown, O. Olry J. B., Fort Wayne, Ind. O sborne, E. J ., SI. Charles, Va . Ossanlou M., Bron x, N. Y. Ostman R. , Fort Wayne, Ind . ' Ouzts H. l. , Greenwood, S. Car. Owen G . E., Harri sburg, III. Pachucy J. S., Ch elsea, Ma ss . Pardo E. , Middletown , Conn. Pawlisch J . l., Cullom , III. Perdue H. l. , Crawfordsville, Ind . Peters e n U. , Pitt s burgh , Po. • Piantoni G. , Readsboro, VI. Pielich P. , Buffalo, N. Y. Porg es R., Bogata, Colombia , S.A. Powell E. c. , Be atrice , Neb . Prant A. M., Nyack, N. Y. Pro kai F. c., Toronto , Canada ' Pyratt C. E. , Hazel Park , Mich . • Quigley C. J ., Pitt sfie ld , Mass . Qu in n P. W. , Fort Wayne , Ind. Quinn R. , Fall River, Mass .

Rzant A. W., Poughkeep sie, N. Y.

· Town s R., Youngstown , O.

St. Onge G. A., lo well, Moss. Sandner H. l. , litchfi e ld , III. Savage G . l. , Ro x bury , Mass. Savio J. M., Fort Wayne , Ind . Sawyer R. A., Part Allegany, Po. ' Schuknecht A. c., Birc h Run , Mich. Scott E. c., Massena, N. Y. Se Ch evere ll C. E., For t Wayne, Ind . See W. E., Peru, Ind. Sessi on s N. D. , Fort Wayne, Ind. Shall en b erger H. J ., Charleioi, Po . Shimizu J. K. , San Diego, Calif. ' Shim izu K., Carl J uncti on , Mo. Shishido T., Wailuku , Maui, T. H. Short T. l. , Hamilton , Tex. Sjaarda D. , Sioux Center, 10 . Skertic J. P., Bea ver, Po. ' Smith D. J. , Manistee, Mich. Spe ncer J . W., l ex ington , Va . ' Spencer T. A., Napol eon, O . Spracklen P., Shelbyville, III . Sprague F. l., Fort Wayne , Ind . '" Spratt E. , La Cros s e, Wi s.

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Ram sey T. W ., lock Haven, Po. "' Renn e ck e W . J., Le Su e ur, Minn.

• Richmond A. l., Glov ers Gap, W. Va. Rickett s R. l. , Turners Sta. , Ky . Ring D. S. , SI. John , N. B., Canada Rivera -Cardona, Be nigno, Ponce, Pu er to Rico

Robin son P. E., New Burlington , O. Rodriguez G . , Santurce, Puerto Rico

Rogan J . J., Sharon, Po. Rosales H., New York, N. Y. Royer W . l., Fairfield , 10. ' Ruff W . F., Frankenmuth , Mich. ' Ryckman S. J ., Midland , Mich .

Torzyn ski N., Fort Wayn e , Ind .

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Stalling s T. M., Cumberl and , Md. Stanl e y l. W., Ca snovia, Mich. St eve ns R. lo, Bo ston , Mass. Stew art W . J ., Amsterdam, N. Y. St idham F. R. , Tampa, Fla . Stoll er C. R. , Fort Wayne , Ind . Ston e C. R. , Indianapoli s, Ind . Ston er V. R. , Scottdal e, Po. Sull iv an W . , Moores town, Mich. Sutlief H. E., Olath e, Kans. Sutton F. V. , Pauld ing, O .

' Takaha s hi G. , Greenwood, B. c. , Canada Tansk i J. E. , Scranton, Po. ' Tarr ing E. J . , Fort Wayn e , Ind . Taylor S. J ., Morin e City , Mich. Taylor V. E., loui sv il le , Ky. Taylor W. P. , Cumbe rland , Ky. Thoma s K. R., Scranton , Po . Thompson D. B. , Whitefi s h , Monl. Thornburg H. S., Monaca , Po .

Townsend E. E., Young Harri s, Ga. ' Town se nd W . H., Thay er, Mo . Toy C. M., Stevensvi ll e , Mich . Trage sser F. J ., Shelbyville, Ind. Turner F. l. , Woodland , Po. Tyynela R., Sault Ste Marie, On I. , Canada Uribe R., Manizale, Colombia, S. A. Van Bu sk irk R. , Hammond, Ind . Van Fo sse n l., Fort Wayn e, Ind . Van Horn A. , Battle Creek, Mich . Vazquetelle s E. , New York City , N. Y. Veilleux R. M., Springfield, VI. ' Ve lte R. 0 ., El khart, Ind . Vick J . 0. , Siou x Fall s , S. Oak. ' Vining A. l. , White fi sh , Monl. Vint J . l., Free bo rn, Minn. ' Viola J . A., Broo klyn , N. Y. ,

Walter R. J. , Fre mont , O . Ward T. J. , Ro slyn , N . Y. ' Warren, R. l. , Roanok e, Ind . 'We b er F. J. , Buffalo , N. Y. Wegenka C. P., South Be nd , Ind. Welbaum E. l. , Yoder, Ind . Welty l. , Flora, III . Wheeler H. l., Bri stol, Va . Whittaker B. B. , Brad sh aw, W. Va . Whittaker E. S. , Gooding, Idoho ' Wi e ner M. M., Brooklyn , N. Y. Wiesztort l. J. , Flo re nce, Mas s . Wildeman P. H. , MI. Ver non, Ind . ' Winters C. H. , Pine Point , Me. Wisnewski R. J . , Hammond , Ind. Workman A., SI. Alban s, W . Va. Yamada J ., Kealia, Kolai , T. H. "' Yamada Y., Honolulu , Hawaii

Yamamoto K. , Makaweli, Kauo, T. H. Yamanoha H. K., Fort Wayne , Ind . Yost R., Del hi , N. Y.

MECHANICAL ' Abbott J . J ., Williams, Okla. Alexander E., Scottsburg, Ind . Anderson A. A., Jamestown , N. Y. Anthony J. 0 . , Bridgeport , O. ' Antico J. P., MI. Carm e l, Po. Arm strong T. A., Alexandria, lao Arrindell R. , Trinidad, B.W . 1. Aspy R. 0 ., Fort Wayne, Ind . ' Babyak A. H., Marianna, Po. ' Bacon l. R., Fort Wayne, Ind . • Bailey K. A., laOtto , Ind . Baily J. D., Waynesburg, Po . ' Baker O. H., N. Canton , O . Bakke H. A., Duluth, Minn. Baril M., Three Rivers, Canada Barlow F., Keene , N. H. ' Bartz R. A., North loup, Neb. Bateman G., Culdesac, Ida. ' Bath C. K., Bloomsburg, Po. ' Beale c., lansing, Mich. Beaman G. K., Warsaw, Ind. Beaudin J. E., Bridgeport, Conn.

Becker M. A., Fort Wayne , Ind. Bedrosian P. , Whiten sv ille , Mass.

Benjey W . M. , Newport, Ky. Bentley D. W., Binghamton , N. Y. Bergmann P. , Sedal ia, Mo. Bigelow R. E. , Springfield, Mass. " Simer V. K., Fort Wayne , Ind. • Bingham J. D., Huntington , Ind . Birks R. c., logan, 10. Blair R. H., Fort Wayne , Ind. ' Bletting D. E., Fort Wayne , Ind. Boltz A. G., Fort Wayne, Ind. Boluba sz J. J. , New Ken si ngton , Po. Borkesz J. W., New Castle , Po. ' Bothe M., Charleston , W . Va. Bouthillette G . W ., Biddleford, Me . Bradley l. A. , Glendale, Calif. • Brett T. H., Fort Wayne, Ind. Brighton J. c., Buffalo, N. Y. Brighton W. A. , Buffalo, N. Y. Brower G . J., Brooklyn , N. Y. Brown A. F. , East, liverpool, O . • Brown l. G ., Watertown, N. Y.

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• Brown R. M. , Eost liver pool , O . Brumbaugh J . , Grove port , O. Bugbe e R. , Montpelier, VI. ' Bulp itt E. G., Evan svi lle , Ind. Burke A. E., Jr., Warren, R. I. Burry c., Berne , Ind . Buuc k A. P. , New Hoven, Ind. Cabiya A. R. , Ciales, Pu e rto Rico Ca jko J ., Defiance, O. Caldwell E. D., Blair, Neb. Canfield A. B., Cumberland, Md . Canfield W . H., Sidney , N . Y. ' Corn ali C. J . , Washington, N.J . • Carter W"

Adena, O.

Casto A. B., Rock Ca stle, W. Va. Casto J. , Dunbar , W. Va. Couceglia W. B. , E. Paterson , N. J. ' Chamberlain P. R. , Fort Wayn e, Ind . Chappel M. c. , Marian, Ind. ' Chen K. K., Hangkang , China Christopher A. A. , New Salem , Po. Ciesla J. J., O sweg o , N. Y.

Clark D. E., West Frankfort, II I. Clas W. C, Albany, N . Y. Cleary R. E., Cincinnati, O. • Clemenz l. E., Sunman, Ind. Clephane H., Morgantown , Ind. Cline R. E. , Greencastle , Pa .

Close W . W ., Poughkeepsie , N. Y. Colcord J. E. , Natick , Mas s. Cole J . H. , Candler, N. Car. ' Coonrod R. A. , Vickery, O. Cope R. B. , Berwick, Po. ' Carnwell P., Paoli, Ind. Correia V., Parnoiba - Piaui , Braz il

Cre sgy D., Son Bernardino , Calif. ' Crick R. l. , Jamestown, N . Y. ' Cri sp e n eM. , Franklin, Po.

Dorroh A. B., Nabb, Ind. Dart W. G ., York , Po . Dav id son H. S. , Springfield, Mass . Dav is B. H., Chauncey, Go. Dayton D. R., S. Yarmouth , Moss . Deatrick R. , Coatesville , Po. Dec W. F., Auburn, N . Y. Dehne R. G., Michigan City, Ind . • Delaney F., Chesh ire , Moss . Deliman B., Lake Ariel, Po. Dellosso J. J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Del Piano J. C , Waterbury, Conn. De nnis C S. , Old Fort, N . Cor. Denny C D. , Yoder, Ind. Dewall H. C , E. Port Che ster, Conn. Dick son W. l. , Tulsa, Oklo . Dikmen S. , Tulsa , Oklo. Doell D. C , Fort Wayne, Ind. Donaldson J. l., Rome, N. Y. Draper J. K., Gate City, Va. ' Drawz C J. , Minot, N. Dak. Duck E. D., New Market, Tenn. • Dunn R. , Auburn, N . Y. Dutka A. J. , Redwood Falls , Minn. Dwyer S. E. , laurel, Miss .

Easte rly E. A., Sheridan, Ark. ' Egan J . W ., Buffalo , N. Y. ' Eiben F. J. , Norwood, O . Elmgren E. E., Superior, Wis. Emer son R. G. , Mayfield, Ky . ' Erbe C J. , Alton, Ill. * erickson G. , Jamestown, N. Y. Erwin l. B., Moose Lake, Minn . Eshl e man R. t Lanca ster, Po .

Espo sito N. S., Hammonton , N. J. Eulitt A. , Fort Wayne, Ind . ' Evan s C A. , Los Animas, Colo.

Fabina E. M., Sharon , Po. Fo rs on D., Wooster, O.

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Fergu son C W . , Decatur, Ill. Fike E. C , Hopewell, Va. Finc k R. J ., Clinton , 10. Fi ri ng B. E. , Waterbury, Conn. Firing P. C , Staten Island , N. Y. Fitzg e rald C , Cynthiana, Ky . Fitzgerald W. F., Holyoke , Moss. Foland D. l. , Fort Wayne, Ind. Foley R. J. , Bottle Creek , Mich. Fowler J. R., Fort Wayne, Idn. Fre derickson C B. , Detroit, Mich . Friemoth M. , Von W e rt, O. Fr isk ney B., Alb ion , Ind . Fuglaar R. H., Pineville , La. Funkhou ser S. P., Needmore , W. Va.

' Goff E., Auburn, Ind. Goley E. D., Youngstown, O. Galligan P. K. , Marion, Ind . Garabedian T., Whitinsville, Moss . Gardner R. B. , Waynesburg , Po . Goris l. K., Pittsburgh, Po. Gavaghan T. J., Stamford , Conn. Gething J. T., Fort Wayne, Ind. Gillian K. E. , Avilla, Ind. Gilmore l. H., Decatur, Ill. Gilbertson G. E. , Sheboygan, Wis. Giunta A. H., Hartford, Conn. ' Gloze T. C, Dodge City, Kans. Gonzales A. A. , La Jara, Colo . Gass C, Omaha, Neb. Graf M. J., Afton, N. Y. Grau W . R., Davenport, 10 . Groves C, Columbia, City , Ind. Gray A. l., Wyandotte, Mich. Greaser R. R., San Francisco , Calif. Greco CA., Mt. Carmel, Po. ' Greco S. D. , Mt . Carmel, Po. Gregorvich C J . , N. Braddock , Po . ' Gremaux G. l., Fort Wayne, Ind. Griffith F. D. , Fort Wayne, Ind . Guild A., Honolulu , Hawaii Habegger H. C, Berne, Ind. ' Haber G., Columbia, City, Ind. Hager H., Fort Wayne, Ind . Hailey J. E., Nashville, Tenn. Hall W . E., Norwalk, O. Hammer T. , Bergen, Norway Hamulak M. , Rahway, N. J . Hanna T. J., New Kensington , Po. Harrison P., Edgewood, Ill. • Hartle C E., Clarkton, Mo . Hawkins J. D. , Bartow, Flo. • Hawthorn H. T., Dixon , O . Heiser K. R., Barker , N. Y. ' Helenski l. W . , Kensington, Conn. ' Helms F. W. , Attica, Ind. Hemlinger R. E., Los Angeles , Cal if. 'Hertzog l. E., Reading , Po. Hess C B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Hess R. M., Warren, O. ' Hiers J . E. , Connersville, Ind. Hill J. E. , Wayne, Mich. ' Hinton R. D., Fort Wayne, Ind . Hirami S., New York City , N. Y. Hoelle J. C , Fort Wayne , Ind. Hook E. E., Spencerville, Ind . Hoot R. S., Chester, Pa. Howard W. B., Fort Wayne, Ind. ' Hower G. M., Fort Wayne , Ind . ' Hoyle G. E., Mill Volley , Calif. ' Huelskamp D. A., Fort Recovery , O . Huener E. J., Napoleon, O . Hut sell H. J. , Maryville, Tenn. Hvozda S. , Sharon , Po. Ibanez R. B., Vineland , N. J. ' Jack son G. l. , Jack son, Mich . Jacobson l. , Brooklyn, N. Y. • Jehl J . C, Fort Wayne , Ind. Jenk ins R., Turtle Creek, Po. Jersey C A. , Fort Wayne, Ind . Johnston I. E., Columbia City, Ind . Jolie E. W., Ne wport, R. I. Jones T. R., Owosso , Mich. Jundi B., Damascus, Syria Kochel W., Ottowa, O. Kaleta E. J., Niagara Falls, N. Y.

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Kaminski B. V., Toledo , O. Kane J. R., Wooster, O. Kaneshiro H. T., Kaneche, Oahu , T.H. Keeling O. H., Bloom ingdale, Mich. • Keener W. R. , Springfield, O . Keipper R. W., Lockport, Ill. ' Keller R. F., Fort Wayne, Ind. Kemp W., Eureka, Calif. Kerstner O . S., lorain, O.

Kienzle J. R. , Fort Wayne, Ind. Kimura T. R, Hilo, Hawaii ' Kind W., Sheboygan, Wis. King R. G. , Atlantic City, N. J. • Kintz J. H., Fort Wayne, Ind. ' Kittredge F. M., Springfield, Moss. Klein J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Klosowski CR., Glenville, Conn. Klotz A., Farrell, Po. • Knudsen G. E., Chicago, Ill. Kolinafsky A. G., Taylor, Po. ' Koster R. P., New York , N. Y. Kroft D. H. , Mt. Vernon, O. Krapahl G . M., Butler, N. J. Kruckeberg C W., Fort Wayne, Ind. Krunglevich J. F., Waterbury , Conn. Kubik J. P., Webster, Mos s. Kuklinski H. W., Syracuse, N. Y. ' Lagerstrom R. C J., Fort Wayne, Ind. London R. E. , Fort Wayne, Ind. Loney F. J., Sylvania, O. ' Lanker R. B., Toledo, O. La uer H. C, Pearl River, N. Y. La Vally C J., Barker, N. Y. Lawley E. J., McKeesport , Po. · lechner A" Moodus, Conn. ' Lee R. E., Fort Wayne, Ind . Lee R. S., Eau Claire, Wis. ' Lehman E., Brooklyn , N. Y. Leroy J. P. , Cheshire, Moss. Lewis R. W., Grand Rapids , Mich . Lezenby A., Vineland, N. J. Laio P. l., Nanking, Chino Liebman H. R. , Brooklyn, N. Y. Liff B. S., Bethel, N . Y. Lightner G. A., Findlay, O . Lis S. J. , Reading, Po . Little R. F. , Wadesboro, N. Car.

McCormick ' W. E. , Pittsburg, Calif. McEwen D. J., McKeesport, Po. McKee H. W., Marquand, Mo . McKinney J. R., Lebanon, Ind. ' Mcleish W. A., Columbus, O. McNely K. R., Alliance , O. McNickle l. S., Martins Ferry, O. McNutt D. D., Denver, Colo. McSherry D. B., Shamokin, Po. ' Mac Leon R. J., Gt. Bar'gton, Moss. ' Macy R. E., Fort Wayne, Ind. Madsen H. l., Lincoln, Neb. Magdich J. C, Antwerp, O. • Mahoney E. F., Beaver, Po.

Maier A. W. , Paterson, N. J. Maki A. H., Crystal Falls, Mich. ' Mallock eM., South Whitley , Ind. Monca J. E. , Bristol, Conn. Manrow J. F. , Syracuse, Ind. ' Markot C P., Dudley, Mass . · Martini R. J. t Providence, R. I. Martz R. V., Fort Wayne, Ind. Medsker P. E. , Fort Wayne, Ind. • Mello L V. , Housatonic, Ma s s.

Merchant R., Fort Wayne, Ind.

• Mercurio S. P., Utica, N . Y. Merriman P. E., Fort Wayne, Ind . • Metzger R. E., Allentown, Po. Meyer R. c., Chicago, III. Miller c., China , Calif. Miller M. c., Johnson City, N. Y. Miller W. I. E., Johnstown, Po. • Morris l. E. , Van Wert, O. Marton l. J., Billings, Mont. • Mossburg C. l., Bluffton, Ind. Mulhearn W. R., Akron , O. Muraski J . R., Rockford, III. Murphy R. l., Barnesville , O. Mu sclow O. l., Rochester, N. Y.

No ska W . J . , Wampum , Po. Nelson R. J., Renovo, Po. Nephew J . E. , lake Orion, Mich . ' Nevenzel J. , Holland , Mich. Newby T., Tipton , Ind. Newkirk E. l., Cleveland, N . Y. Noel T. E. , So. Portsmouth , Ky . Navet H. J. , Erie, Po. Ogden R. D., Fort Wayne, Ind. ' Ogle W . D. , Union Bridge, Md . • Onzuka R. F., Hanapepe, Kauai, T. H. Opsomer J . M ., Detroit, Mich. Ordway J. F., Washington , Vt. Oritiz J., Ciales , Puerto Rico Osbon W. R., New Smyrna Beach , Fla. • Osborne R., Copemish , M ic h. Packer S. , Salem , Mass . Palfey A . J. , Freeland , Mich . ' Paliokos M. J., Mt. Carmel , Po . Papelian R. G . , Milford , Mass . " Pork J. W ., Summersvi lle , Mo. Pellman D. , Sidney , O. Peninger J . c., Port Arthur , Te x. Perdue F. S. , Crawfordsville , Ind . Perdue H. l., Crawfordsville , Ind . • Perrotta A. J., Paterson, N . J. • Perry P. A. , Wedowee , Ala . Petersen D. R., Hartington , Neb . Pittenger H. 0. , Fort Wayne , Ind. Porter C. c. , lynwood , Calif. Prather N. F., Persh ing , Ind. Rea A. l. , Washington , Po : Rebenstorf V. A. , Aurora, III. ' Reed E. E., Ham mond , Ind . Reymer R. c., Greencastl e, Po . • Rhoades R. A. , South Bend , Ind. Richter E. R., Congers , N. Y. Ridgway J. E. , Philadelphia , Po. Riley E. A., Fort Wayne, Ind . ' Rizzane M. l. , Oil City, Po . ' Robertson D. S., Kell , III. Rodenbeck R. W., Fort Wayne , Ind .

' Tabba Z., Damascus , Syri a Taccane R. D., Harbor Creek, Po . Tafel P. W., Ridgewood , N. Y. ' Tanner R. l., Beloit , O . ' Taylor W. D. , Indianapol is, Ind. Thimlar R. D. , New Ha ve n , Ind. Thomas G. J., Erie , Po . Tharpe O . E., Chester, Po. Ti e man R. J., Fort Wayne, Ind . ' Tippy J. l., Roche s ter , Ind. ' Tober B. , Springfi e ld , Mass. ' Tow sl ey H. E. , Fort Wayne , Ind. ' Troyer W ., Kokomo , Ind. Tuc ker S. B., Natural Bridge , Va. Tun is A. C., lamca ster, Po . -Turner H. M. , Gate City, Vo. Tw igg H. R., Cumberland , Md. 'Tye J. F., Taranto , O .

Rodriguez F., Santurce , Purto Rico Rascoe C. F., Scranton, Po. Russo l. , Cadiz, O. Rutley J. D. , lemont , Furnace , Po . • Rymsza D. T., Philadelphia , Po.

Saiki M ., Honolulu , Hawa ii Sampey C. W., lemont Furnace , Po . Sangid E. K., Bristol , Va. Saras S. B. , New Castle , Po. • Saul A. T. R. , Sew e ll , N . J. Sbarra J . F. , Ossin ing , N. Y. Schaedlich O. A. , New York, N. Y. ' Schemeharn R. G. , Fort Wayne, Ind . Schmitt R. W., Pittsburgh , Po. Schrecongo st c., Indiana, Po. Scare F. B., Valley Stream , N. Y. 'Seaman J . l. , Fairport , N. Y. Secord F. E., Kokomo, Ind . • Sella H. , Paterson , N. J. Sharp C. W., Memphis , Tenn. • Shaw l. E. , l ee per, Po. • Shaw R. l. , Polk , O . - Sherman W. , Phoeni x, Ariz . Shewchuk D. D., Perth Amboy, N. J . • Shoe T. W., Piquo , O . • Shovlin T. , Fort Wayne , Ind. Shumway H. J. , Koesauqua, 10 . • Sipos T. , Toronto , Ont ., Canada Smallwood J . F. , Dayton, O . Smider V., Taranto , Ont. , Canada Sm ith R. F., Syracu se, Ind . .. Snodgra ss R. E., Buchanan , Mich . Snyder D. M., Crestline , O . • Soest C. l. , Fort Wayne , Ind. Soltesz R. , Wheeling , W . Vo . • Soltys R. A., Elizabeth , N. J . Spahr R. D., Wooster, O . Sparkes H. l. , Eudora , Kans. Spencer J . R., Ozone Par k, N. Y. Spooner R. E. , Orange , Mass. Stabovitz P. c. , Camp Gordon , Ga. Stafford E., Poplar Bluff , Mo. Stark T. F. , Avoca, Po. Steinacker E., Fort 'Wayne, Ind. • Stockland R. E., St. Alban s, N. Y. ' Stockland V. J. , St. Albans , N . Y. Stone F., Jr., leicester, Mass . • Stowe R. , Traverse City , M ich. Stramandinoli F., Geneva , N. Y. Straw R. W., Elkhart , Ind . ' Strohl R. D., Edon , O. Strong H. P., Erie , Po. Stroup C. D., Fort Wayne, Ind . Stuart W ., Spee dwell , Va. ' Stuckey E. A. , Niagara Fall s, N. Y. Sue B. S., Canton , China Sullivan S. R., Asheville , N. Car . Swably F. B., Fremont , O. Swaim P. E. , Fort Wayne , Ind. Swe igard R. , Greenville, Po .

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Uhte J . D., Richmond , Ind . • Unal Y. , Aykin , Turkey • Upd ike A. D., Erwin , Tenn . Urbaniak F., Pittsburgh, Po . • Urbassi k J . E., Johnstown, Po . Valentine R. E., Huntington , N . Y. Valley R. E. , Racine , Wis . Vanasse R. G. , Manchester , N. H. Va rner J. E. , Waynesburg, Po . Verba P., Hammonton , N . J. Wagner B. A ., Etna , Po. Wallace W. R. , Port Chester , N . Y. Walsh E. J ., Jamaica , N. Y. Walsh E. J ., Bron x, N . Y. Walter E. R., St. Jam es, N. Y. Warner R. W., Wooster, O . Warren E. A., South Bend, Ind . Watkins R. l. , Paducah , Ky . Weaver G . H., Clarion , Po . _ We s t F. P. , St. Peters burg, Fla . ' We s terfi e ld H. F., Owe ns boro , Ky. Westrick R. E., Anderson , Ind . Weyland N. F. , Buffalo , N. Y. Wiggin s F. B., luvern e, Minn. Wilcox A. F. , Nicholl s, Ga . ' Wilhelm c., Jack son , Mo . ' W illiam s D. E., Clinton , N . Y. William s R. E., Cynthiana , Ky . Wilson K., Bridg e town , Barbada , B.W.I. ' Wilsan P. K. , Harrisv il le, W . Va. ' Wil son R. K., logan s port , Ind. Wingard E., Howe, Ind. Wise J . F. , Fort Wayne, Ind . Witt E., New Ca s tle , Ind . Wulliman G . E., Monroe , Ind . • Ziegler E. J. , Ch illicoth e, O. Zink D. O. , Delava n , Wis . ' Zab e l G . E., Hag erstown , Ind . ' Zollo n i C. l. , New Castle, Po .

RADIO Addama J. A., New York, N . Y. Aderholt R. J ., louisville, O. Aiken l. W. , Bradford, Po. Aksamit M. W ., Wilber, Neb . Alea J ., Wilkes· Barre, Po . Allen D. c., Bathe , Me. Allen D. W ., McPherson, Kans. Anderson D. K., Reid sville , Ga. Anderson M . c., Reidsville , Ga .

Anderson W . P., Keyser, W . Va . • Arndt l. E., Christopher, III. ' Augenstein C. l., Ow e n s boro , Ky. Bacon R. R. , Dayton , O . Baggat H. E., Herrin, III . Baker M. F., Oklo homo , City , Okla. ' Baker R. G. , Sheridan , Wyo. Barber G. R., Valdosta , Ga.

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Ba rt on J. F., Elram , Po . Ba sta H. D. , Omaha , Neb. Beach E., Fort Wayne, Ind. ' Be al H. J ., Bli ss field , Mich . Be audet R. E., Manche ster, N . H. Beaulieu B. , Soldier Paint , Me. Beck T. , Be aumont , Cal if. Beveridge W. D., Fl int , Mich . Bic kmore A. W. , Ea st Corinth , Me.

Bie rl ey W . A., No r tonvi lle, N. Do k. Blecker A. E., Mt. Mo rr is, III. Blo ss W. G. , Flore nce, Alo . Boldt T. R., App leton , W is. Bol inge r N. c. , Lo y, Ar k. ' Bond P. W. , Fo rt Wa y ne , Ind. ' Bo s tick J . D., For t Wo y ne , Ind. .. Bottolf se n C . A " Sup eri o r, W is.

Bou rge t A. , Qu e b ec , P. Q ., Conodo Bo we rs N . , Pe ni nsula r, O .

Bo xx J . P., Me mph is, Te nn. Boyers J. E. , Fo rt W o yne, Ind. Brob so n l. E., Til l o rd , Te n n. ' Bro uc h lo G . W. , Wa rren, Ind. • Brazee J. A., Bo s to n , Mo ss . ' Bre nn e man J., Wa rs a w , Ind. Brigh t M. D. , Ind e p e nd e nce, 10. ' Br un e tt e K. W. , Fo rt Wa y ne , Ind. Bubb W. J. , Yod e r, Ind. Bud g is E. J . , To y lo r, Po . ' Bu rge r V. T. , To como , Wa s h . Bu rke A . E., Jr., Wo rre n, R. I.

Frontz E. c. , York, Po. ' Fri e nd J . Q. , Fort Wayn e, Ind . Fu jito M. , El ee le, Kouai , T.H. ' Full e rton R. D. , Do y ton , O . Garmon N. E. , Bolt imo re, Md . Garre tt B. E., Springfi e ld , O. Go sk ill L. E. , Fort Wayn e , Ind . G e ne tto T. , Vin e lond , N. J . • G e org e l. R., Barg ersvi ll e, Ind . G ib son B. W ., Nicke lsv ill e , Vo. G ilmore A. R. , Springfi e ld , Mo ss . G imp e l l. S ., Pratt , Kan s. Ginol S. G. , Sh e ridon , Mont. o Go ldb e rg D. , Springfi e ld , Mo ss. Gott sc holk R. 0 ., Roch es te r, Ind. Graba s t K. l. , Norton , Kon s. Gro ce M. F., Norwalk , Conn . Groml ing J . R., Dod e City , Flo. Gre obl e J . B., Fre d eric ks burg , Tex. G ui llo w R. l. , Gree nfi e ld , Mo ss .

Bur ne tt W ., De nve r, Colo .

Bu uck F. A . , N ew Ho ve n , Ind . Co in R. E. , Charl es ton , W . Va . Campa ti A . E., Youn gs tow n , O . Co rp e nt e r R. , We b s tervi ll e, Vt. Ca se S . l. , Kee ner , Ala . ' Co se lli S. l. , Me lro se Po rk, II I. Ca s tor R. A. , Wi ch ita , Kan s. Cec il M. D. , Fo rt W a y ne , Ind . Cho se l. D. , Gallitzin , Po . Ch e lala P. A. , W e ll sv ill e, O. ' Ch ild ers F. M., Canton , N . Co r. Chipman J . R. , Jam es to w n , N. Y. Ch utc hian Z., Br ig hton , Mo ss. Clar k C. c. , Sh e lb urn e, Mo ss. C lo y ton W ., Timb er la ke , N. Cor . Cl y mer l. D., Montpe lie r, O . Cogges holl P., Watervi ll e, N. Y. Co le G. E. , W es t Oli ve , M ic h . Coop er J . G ., N ew Orl e an s, Lo. Corye ll J. A., Roch es ter, N. Y. Co wles R. D., Ste ub e nvi ll e, O . Cro cke r, J . A. , Fort W a y ne, Ind . Crow E. , Monro e, lo . Cu tts R. H., Hollan s burg , O . ' Dah ind e n D. T., Middl e to w n , N. Y. De lon ey C. E. , Pol son , Mont. De lanoy R., Columb io City, Ind . ' Dillmon l. W . , Roann , Ind . Dormon s P., Uba ch s bu rg , Holland Dro ege R. F. , Rich vie w , III. Du ma sk l. , W ineg ar , Wi s. Dunba r R. W ., Elm ira , N. Y. Eic her A. , Ironton , O . Eile r A. P., Gl e n Ullin , N . Da k. ' Ell is 1. A., Wes t Lib er ty , O . Evan s l. E. , Ponca City, O klo . Form e r W. c. , Duncan vi ll e , Ala . ' Fa rth ing C. J . , Boon e , N. Car . Fe nton A., Sp r in g fi e ld , Mo ss. Fe rrin K. S. , Cl e ve land , O . Fic ek 1. A. , St. Clair , Po . Fickl e W . W. , Zan esv ille, O. Fin ley T. D., G e neva , O. ' Fis he r D. E., Fort Wa y ne , Ind. Fitzg e rald E. , Ell e nvill e, N. Y. Flette r l. B. , Fort Wo y ne , Ind . Foy J . F. , J ersey City, N. J .

Hagon E. W ., Mart ins Fe rry, O . .. Hag erman D. l. , A lex and r ia , Mo. Hall D. W . , Hyatt s vill e, Md . Holl J. J ., Bron x, N. Y. Hammond W . J ., Son Di e go , Cali f. Harmon C. l. , Junct ion City , Kon s. Ha y don F. c. , He mp s te ad , N . Y. He din D. l. , Br id ge port, N e b. He lm s te tte r F. A ., St. Mar ys , O . He ndr ic ks on E. E. , W a ll ace, Ida . Hi ckey J . B. , Palm y ro, N . Y. ' Hill H. l. , Rich wood , W . Va . Hoffmon R. H., Roano ke , Ind . Hambroe k A. B., Pe nsa cola , Flo . ' Hopp e r R. H., John son City, Te nn . ' Hor te ns tei n C. H., Empo ri a, Kan. Houd ys he ll J . c. , Quin cy, III. Hud son W ., Cl eve land , O. Humm e C. W. , Honolulu , Ha waii ' Hunte r B. G ., Fo r t Wayn e, Ind . Iannott i J . D. , John s ton , R. I. In gram R. W . , Prince ton , N. Ca r.

' Ire lon V. G. , Jud son , Ind. Ja cks on D. H. , Con e yvill e, Ky. Jacob y R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Jani s A., Ade na , O . Jar vi W . E., Cry s tall Fall s, Mich . Jim e n e z G . l. , Ha vana , Cuba Johan son N. l. , Troy, Ida . • John s ton R. W ., Huntington , Ind. Jon es M . P. , Birm ingham , Ala . Jon es R. M. , He nd ers on , Md . .. Kacpro w icz A. A"

Er ie , Po .

Kol in J . H., Be ll ev ill e , Kan s. • Kalino ski J., Kin gs ton , Po . Kaul J . l. , Be ave rton , Mich. Kee n W. l. , Fort Wayn e, Ind . ' Ke ll e r C. B. , Ke ys e r, W. Va . Ke ll e r R. E. , Fort Wayn e, Ind . ' Kic iak c. , Chicago , III. ~

Kinnaman R., Alma , N e b.

Kinsl e y R. B., Borton , Vt. Kl imek A. A ., Camden , N . J. Kni s p e l l. 0., Fort Wayne , Ind. Kno e r H., Vandalia , Mich. Koch l. J . , Fort Woyne , Ind . Koni s hi M. , Blackloot, Ida . Koprivnikar A. l. , Springdale , Po.

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Korth O . J. , Mero s ka, W is. • Kral I. H., Wilber , Neb. Kyle D. N. , Richmond, Ind. Laird R. l. , Tre nton , N. J . London R. l. , Co iro , III. .. Lor son G . W ., Mora , Minn .

' la w ton H. E., N e wton , 10. ' Lee M. D. , La w ndal e, N . Cor. Le Moy A . J. , J e ffre y , N. H. ' Le n ch ert c., N . Syracu se, N. Y. • Leve re tt F. , Fort Volley Go . ' Libe ratore D. , Eri e , Po. ' Limo E. J . T. , N. Ti ve rton , R. I. Loft in R. A. , Tre nton , N. Cor. Lott e r R. N ., Fort Wayn e, Ind. Lowe K. c. , Cu mb e rland , B. c. , Can . Lupton J. B., Atlonta , Go .

McClain M. H., Kan sas City , Mo. McCl y mond s I. S ., A ltona , III. • McCo llu m J . F., Coiro , III. McCo y R. , Golves ton , Tex . McCurdy R. J. , Alta , 10 . McDani e l l. c. , Sal is b ury , N. Cor. McDonald W. J ., Norfolk , Va . McDougall C. I. , Gree nv ill e, Po. McDowe ll W ., Mu ske gon , Mich. McH e nry G . D., Huntington , Ind. McKoy B. P., Gla sgow , Mont. McK inn e y J. F. , Be re a, Ky . McN ee ly H. S. , Gl e nwood , 10 . Machuga E. T. , Eri e , Po . Mod e r E., Stroud s burg , Po. Magn ell M . A. , Sacram e nto , Ca li l. Mai se l E., Springfi e ld , III. Malchow F. L. , Ho ll ond , Mich. Morangos P. , Brookl y n , N. Y. Mari e R.

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Rever e , Ma ss.

Morron e N . F. , Broo kly n , N. Y. Ma rs d e n W . R. , Be lle Ve rnon , Po. Mortin K. W ., Ne w M illord , Conn . Martindal e M. J . , Faye ttev ill e, N. Cor. Mo ss ey E. S., Mt. Olive t, Ky. ' Mats uo G . I. , De nve r, Colo . May J . W. , Fort Wayn e, Ind . May s M. G . , Pe ters town, W . Va . • Mazala s A. P. , Ha r tford, Conn. Me chas M., Verdun, Que . , Canada Meihl s R. K., Dundee , III. Mil es W . P., Kimball , N e b . M ill e r C. R. , Blairsville, Po. Mill e r J. A. , Ea s t Hampton , N. Y. Montoya E. J . , Santo Fe, N e w Mex . Moore E. W. , Voll e y Stre am, N . Y. Morgan J . R. , Wichita Fall s, Tex . Moricca S. A., Westfield , N. Y. Morrill H. E., Argo s, Ind . Morri s W. R. , Norton , Va. Morton T. l. , Wilmington , O . Mundy J. c. , Chino Grove, N. Cor. ' Murray J . l. , Warren, O . Nichol s R. l. , Fort Wayne , Ind . Nickey J . F., Ga s ton , Ind. ' Northrop F. M. , Niagara Falls , N. Y. Nu ss P. J. , Norwood , O. Orwig G. , Philip s burg , Po. O ss anlou M., Bron x, N . Y. · Pontozin T., Fort Wayne, Ind .

• Papazian M. G. , New York City, N. Y.

• Patton R. D., Swannanoa, N . Car.

Paul san R. K., Des Maines, la . Paxton R. W., liberty, Ind . Pedrasa J . , Le ira, Portugal " Pegg B. B., Beaver Falls, Pa . Perry B. D. , Sweetwater , Neb. Pertican M. P., Jacobs burg , O . Pesel H. F. , Louisville , Ky . Pe terson R. F., Ramsey , III. "Petty D. E., Tipton , Ind. Pi e rce A. J . , Wallace , N . Car . Pleban S. P. , Sharon, Po. Potash A. C , Jessup, Pa . " Pratt C W . , Jonesboro, Ark . Procis e K. D. , Fort Wayne , Ind. " Raab J . P. , Payne , O . Rajcany F. B. , Orlando , Fla . Ralston J . F. , Summitvill e, Ind . Rashid R. , Baghdad, Iraq " Ray J ., Sch e nectady , N . Y. Reagan G . R., Douglas , Ariz. Reckentine G. C, Rome , N. Y. Reed R. E., Polson, Mont. Reinecke E. lo , Marion , 10 . Reinhard E. E. , Fort Recovery, O . " Rei s R. J ., Perrysburg, O . Reyburn R. J . , Fort Wayne , Ind . Rhoads D. O. , Van Wert , O . Rhodes P. E. , New Albany , Ind . " Rice K. E., Thorntown , Ind. Ritzius R., St . Augu stine , Fla . Rivera J., Arecibo, Puerto Rico Robbins R. K. , Concord, N . Car . Roeth e l E. J ., Brooklyn , N. Y. Rose D. F. , San Leandro , Calif. " Roth e rt R. F. , Holland , Ind . Rudisill l. M ., Charlotte, N. Car. " Ruppel H., Fort Wayne, Ind. " Russell E. B. , Hartford , Conn.

Saka i 5 . , Honolulu , Ha w ai i

Salope k N. , Philad e lphia , Pa . Samuel son R. l. , Boone , la . Sandsmark P. I. , O s lo, Norway Scher D. S. , Irvington , N. J . Schoenf e ldt A. K., Bridg e port, Conn . • Schre congo st R. B., Ind iana , Pa . Schroeder C W . , Fort Wayn e, Ind . Schweml e y R. C, Ca re y , O . See W. E. , Pe ru, Ind . Shank C C , As hland , O. Shapiro M. l. , Re ad ing , Ma ss. Sharer R. W., Roar ing Spr ing , Pa . Sheffi e ld G. W. , Cl e ve land , O . Sh e llic S., Rosw e ll , Pa. Sh ield s E. l. , Eldorado , Kan s. Shields V. , Lex ington , Ind. Shields W . W . , Lex ington , Ind. Shute A. C, Ke nnebunkport, Me . Sifferl e n l. P. , Larchmont, N. Y. Silva D. M., Columbu s, Ind . • Simon R., Pik e ton , O . • Slater T. l. , Faye tte , O . Slutz G. E., Musk e gon , M ich. Smith D. E.. Middl e to w n , N. Y. • Snyder R. B. , Gre enca stle , Pa . Socci J . H. , Methu e n, Mas s. • Spratt E. l. La Cro sse, Wi s. Stamm J. A., Bradford , Ind . Ste ed W . l. , Portsmouth , Va . Ste ffen M. R., Sioux Fall s, S. Dak . Stella G . R. , Lawre nce, Ma ss . Stephens W . F. , Fort Worth , Te x . Still D. F., Conway , Ark. Stone O . C , Rapid City , S. Da k. Stooksbe rry W. W. , Columbiana , O . Strols E. F. , Indianapolis , Ind . Stumpf J . F. , Brooklyn , N . Y. Stumpf J . A., Brooklyn, N . Y. Suminski G ., Perth Amboy , N. J.

Sw ind e ll D., Sw inton , Mo . Sar kar B. , Bombay , India Taharo G ., Flor in , Cal if. Talbott l. D. , Phi li ppi , W . Va . Talbee O . E. , Bere a , Ky. Taylor W . P., Cu mb erl and , Ky. Te d es chi A. , Ne w Roch e ll , N. Y. Te rmin i J ., Brooklyn, N . Y. Thoma s A. C, Hyndman, Pa. Thoma s S. , Ne w Orl e an s, La . Too ke r M. A., Young stown , N. Y. Touhy C , Columbu s, O . Urynowicz C J. , Union City , N . J . Ve rnon H. J ., Roanoke , Va . Vo ss R. W . , Maple Height s, O. Warre n W . W . , Be ckle y , W . Va . W e tt e rs G . W ., Hun tington , Ind . Wh itn ey J . A. , Obe rlin , O . " Wh itte n G . A. , E. Man sfi e ld, Moss . Wich ita W . l. , Omaha, Neb . Wick e nshe im e r C , Ch ill icothe, O . Wien e r W. R. , St. Mary s, O . W ilson R., Wat erbury , Conn .

Winfre y J . E., Pari s, Tex. Wi se man B. H ., Gree nsboro , N . Car.

" Wolhow e M. F., Northgate, N. Dak . · Wong B., Tuc son , Ariz.

Waod E., Port Huron, Mich . Worley S. J ., Hag e rstown , Md . " Young C E. , Cress mont , Ky. Young P. E. , Marion , Ind . " Zawada F. A., Thompsonvill e , Conn . Zimm e rman H. S., Young stown , O . • Zuerch e r J. 5. , Bern e , Ind .

TWO YEAR A C & R Coonrod R. , Vickery , O . Cri spen eM . , Franklin , Pa . Fronsman P. , Salem , W . Va. George K. V., Fort Wayn e, Ind.

Lee M. B., Ft. Vall e y , Ga .

Re ynold s J ., New Ho ve n , Conn .

M iller l. C, Fort Wayn e, Ind .

Sincl iar B. A., EI Pa sa , Tex .

Quick P. E., Eldorado, III.

Thomas W . , Fort Wayn e, Ind .

DRAFTING Barth J . D. , Fort Wayne, Ind .

Green J. W ., Fart Wayne, Ind .

Bruba ker J. l., Anderson , Ind .

Ston e CR., Indianapolis , Ind . Knechtel R. R., Grande Prairi e,

Edwards N . E., Farmland, Ind.

Ph illip s D. A. , Unico i, Tenn .

A lberta , Canada

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" Thamp son S. l. , Dal e ville , Va . Trebon y ak M. V., Cairnbroo k, Pa.

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