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We who work in the fiel d o f science are proud of the accompli shments of our eng in ee rs, scientist s and research technician s. T oday 's atomic rea ctors, gu ided m issiles, rocket propulsion. auto mation, and medic al advancement s are dramai¡ic evidence of the scientifi c intelligence of o ur age. Our rectitude appears less worthy. Can our morals, our sense of val ues , o ur philosophy o f living keep pace with scientific acceleration? Th erein lies the an swer to our future . •

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MRS. INEZ M. PONTIUS

MR. ROBERT C. RUHL

Secreta ry

Dean

MR. C. A. OVERHOLT Treasurer and Business Manager

DR. HOWARD P. SMITH Director of Student Industrial Re lations

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First Row: CLYDE L. MELTON , Associa te Dean in Charge of General Subjects; B.S. M cKendree College; B.S .R.E. , Indiana Technical Col lege; Graduate Study, Universi ty of Illinois and Ya le University; f ormerl y Instructor of Rad io at Yale University.

GEZA S. GEDEON, General Eng inee ring Sub jects; M .E. , Doctor of A erona uti cal Science, Techn i cal Univer sity, Budape st . Awarded Jeremiah Sm ith Sc ho larship. Fo rmerly Le cturer in Sc hool of Ad vanced Engineering Studies, Te c hnical Univerisy, Bud apest; A i rc raft Desig n Enginee r, Breguet Airc raft Corporation, Pari s, Fran ce .

Second Row: ROBERT MARSHALL, Genera l Engine eri ng Subje cts; Universi t y of Denver, B.S. A e. E. , Indiana Tech ni cal C ollege; Ad van ce d Stud ies Indiana Universi t y.

ROBERT M . RIPPEY, M athemati cs and Scie nce ; M .A. , Universi ty of Chicago ; Graduate Studies at M .I.T.

Third Row : LEONARD R. ETTER, Science and M athematics; B.S.Ch. E., Indiana Technical C oll ege M .A . (Physics)

Indiana Uni-

versity. Extensive W ork in C os mic Ray Research .

A. WAYNE SHEPHERDSON , M athematics and Ph ysics; B.S ., Huntingto n C ollege; M .S. ( M ath.)

M ichigan State

College ; f o rmerly Instructor Purdue Un iversi ty and H unting t on C ollege .

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First Row : RALPH W. YOUNG , Chairman, Mathe mati cs Prog ram; A.B. , Ba ll State Teachers' College; M.S., Ind ian a Un ivers ity, M.A ., Le high University; Ph.D., Un ive rs ity of Fla.

GARVER C. WRIGHT, Mathematics and Chem istry; Ba ll State Tea cher's C ollege. Eng ineer , Joslyn Man ufactu ring and Supply C om pan y.

Second Row: ELIZABETH SNOW WOLF ( Mrs.) , Mathematics; B.S. in Ed., Un iversity of Virginia; M.A. in Mathematics, Un iversity of North Carolina; Graduate Studie: in Physics , University of South Carolina; formerly Instructor of Mathematics, University of North C arolina and University of South Caroli na .

FRED H. CRONINGER, Mathemat ics; B.S., He idelbe rg C ollege ; M.A ., C ol umb ia Un iversity.

lhird Row: LEE ROY ULLERY, JR., Physics; B.S., M.S., Notre Dame; Research Physicist, Capehart- Fa rnsworth C or p.

rCHARLES D. DILTS, Chemistry ; B.S., Marion No rmal C ol lege; A .B., Ind iana S ~ ate C olleg e; M.A., Ind-iana Un iversity .

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First Row :

MARY E. WEIMER, English: A . B., Wittenberg C o llege : M .A. , Un ivers ity of Pitts bu rgh; f orme rly Instru c t o r Penn sylvania State College.

EARL D. MAYER , English ; B.A. , B.S. in Ed ., M. A., Oh io State Un ive rsity .

Second Row:

MARY C. SM IT H ( M rs. ) , Eng I ish : 0 be r Iin C o II e g e ; A .B., Smith College; M .A ., University o f California; Graduate Studie s, N o rthwes t ern Univers ity an d Harvard University.

SARA R. STI·RLING ( M iss), English; A .B., Ball State Tea c hers C oll ege; M .S., Ind iana Un iversity .

Third Row:

DOROTHY RIDGEWAY ( M iss), M athemati cs; A .B., Ind ia na U niversity; M .A. ,University of M ic higan . .

DORIS SHEPHERDSON ( M rs.), M athemat ics; A . B., Hunt; ngto n C ollege .

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First Row : JOH N KENNEDY, C he mi cal Enginer ing ; Indiana

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vers ity: Chemi cal Lab . Technician , St. J oseph H os pital .

LEE F. BERNHARDT, Eng i neering Drawing; P.E., ( M echa nical and Electrical Engineering). Consulting Engineer; f o rmerly Superv iso r of Des ign, Genera I Electri c C ompany , Supercha rger Divisio n.

Secon d Row: WILLI AM DANFORD , Eng inee ring Drawing ; Design Draftsman , General Eleciric C o mpany.

RAYM OND S. BEIGHTS, Glee Cl ub Director; B.M . and M .M ., Ind iana Univers ity.

Th ird Row: GEORGE E. FRUECHTENICHT, Engin eering Law; B.A ., DePauw

University; J.D. , N o rthwestern

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Law

Sc hool ; A ttorney-at-Law.

EDWIN J. GRAHAM , Industria l M anagement; Ind ustrial C o nsultant ; f o rmerly Staff A ssistant t o the M anager, Gen eral Ele ctri c C o mpany , Fort W ayne Bran ch.

Fourth Row: MICHAEL BATZ, C he m ic al Enginering; B.S.Ch.e ., Ind iana Techni cal College, C he mical Engi neer, Fort Wa yne Filtrati o n Plant.

ORA DAVIS, M athematics; A .B., Ball State Tea c hers Colle ge; Grad uate Sch oo l, Arizona State C o llege , M .A ., U niversity o f M i ch iga n.

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LEON Cl FUENTES HAROLD VERNON COFFMAN BETHEL H . DAVIS PHILIP FINET

JAMES BASNETT GUNRAJ LUIS GUZMAN CHARLES C . KALN IN SOLOMON KRAMER

First Row :

Presi dent : Stude nt C o un cil (4), Presi dent ( I ): Intramura l Basketball, Bowl ing League, Treasurer (I); President's List

JAMES B. ALVES , B.S.C.E.; Lo ng Island, N .Y.; A.C.E.,

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Treasurer ; Varsity Tenn is, Soccer. B.S. M.E. ; Chaun cey, A.S.M.E.; Varsity Basketba il.

BETHEL DURWARD G . BRADLEY, B.S.M.E. ; Ly les, Tenn essee: Me-

chani cal Club; Treas urer , Vice-Chairman , Cha irman , Executive C omm ittee ; Stud e nt C oun cil ; Intram ura l Soft Ba ll, Basketba ll; Open House .

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Georgia;

PHILIP FINET, B.S.M.E.: Danville, Illin ois; Presi dent 's List

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GERALD RICHARD BREMMER , B.S. M.E.; Grand Haven,

Michigan; A.S .M.E.; S.A.E., President, Vi ce- Pres ident, Se cretary, Treasurer; Student C o un cil (3) , Tr easurer (I); Yearboo k (2 ), Assistant Advert isi ng Manager (1) , W rite-up Ed itor (I) : Student Relati on s Committee.

Third Row : JAMES BASNETT GUN,RAJ, B.S.C.E.: Br. Guiana , S.A. :

A.C.E.; C osmo poli tan Club, Secretary: Alte rnate Student C o un cil ; Lawn Tennis ; President's list (5) .

CHARLES D. BRYANT, B.S.R.E. & B.S .E.E.: Summ it H ill,

Penns ylvania; Student C o un cil (2 ) ; Pre sident' s List (6).

LUIS GUZMAN, B.S.Ch.E.; C olo mbia , S.A.; A.C.S.; Phi

Iota A lpha ; Ch. Epsilon Tau; Honor Roll. Second Row:

CHARLES C. KALNIN , B.S .C. E. ; Chi cag o, Ill.; A.C.E. ;

Vars it y Soccer: . President's List (3); Honor Roll.

LEON CIFUENTES, B.S.C.E.; Fo rt Wayne , Indiana: A.C.E. SOLOMON KRAMER, B.S.C.E; Elizabeth, N.J.; A .C. E., HAROLD VERNON COFFMAN , B.S.Ae. E.; Burbon, Mis-

souri; I.A.S. , C hairman; Sigma Phi Delta ; Flyi ng Club ,

Vice-Presi dent (I) , Secretary ( I ); Flying Club; Student C ou nc il , Vi ce- President (I); Bowling Te am and Rifle Team.

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First Row:

WAYNE SCOTT RIAL, B.S. R.E. ; Batavia, N. Y.; S.A. R.E. ; President's List (I) .

ENRIQUE LUNA, B.S.C.E.; C olo mbia , S.A.; A.C.E.

VERNIS H. MEYER, B.S. M.E.; Ba ileyville, Kansas ; Executive C omm itt ee, (I) A.S.M .E. ; Vi ce- Presi dent Junio r C lass; Student C o un cil, Sec retary; Open House.

ANATOL RYCHALSKI , B.S.C.E. ; C hicago , Ill. ; A.C .E.: Caswell Eng inee ring Draw ing Award.

Th ird Row:

JACK MITCHELL, B.S. M.E.; Letts, Iowa; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Inter Frat C ouncil, Secretary, Treasurer; Vars ity Basketball.

MAHMOOD MOHSEM , B.S.C.E. ; Fort Wa yne, In d ia na; A.C.E.: President's List (3 ).

Second Row :

WILLIAM SALSBURY, B.S. M.E. ; Caseyv ille , Ill.; Pre si dent's List (4) ; Student Instructo r, Phy 31A (6) , Phy 21A (2 ), ED I I (I); Open House { I ). LLO YD SELLERS, B.S. R.E.; La ncaste r, Pen nsylvania ; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Sgt. At Arm s, Se cretary; Inte r Frat C o un cil, Treas urer, Sec retary; Manager of Softba ll Team.

DONALD J. NUNAMAKER, B.S.C .E.; Osterburg, Pennsylvania; A.C .E. , Se cretary (I), Treasurer ( I ); Varsity Baseball (2 ) ; Fencing Team ; Presi d ent's List (2.

NICHELAS SZABAT, B.S.E.E.: HarHord , C o nne ct icut; A lp ha Gamma Upsilon, Presi d ent, Sec retary, Pledgemaster ; Techn ican Staff, Spo rt's Ed itor, Reporte r, Cartoo nist; Intra mural Bowling, Softba ll, Swimm ing, Basketball; Inter Frat Softba II.

RAFAEL PIZARRO, B.S.C.E.; Ca li, Col ombia, S.A.; A.C. E.

LEONG WUN , B.S. R.E.; Ma nteca , California; S.A.R .E. (4 ).

ENRIQUE LUNA VERNIS H . MEYER JACK MITCHELL MAHMOOD MOHSEM

DONALD J. NUNAMAKER RAFAEL PIZARRO WAYNE SCOTT RIAL ANATOL RYCHALSKI

WILLIAM SALSBURY LLOYD SELLERS NICHELAS SZABAT LEONG WUN

TURHAN AK FRANK CIRILLO CHARLES H . DANCE THEODORE H . DENNIN G

WILLIAM

GARY DENSFORD

MICHAEL J . DILLON FRANCIS RAY DUNN DUANE MARVIN EAGEN

CARM ELO FERRARI 0 FERNAND LOUIS GAG NON CHARLES MARTIN G IONET G ERHARD K. F. HAASE

First Row: TURHAN AK , B.S.C.E.; lsranbu l, Turkey; President's List (3 ) .

DUANE MARVIN EAGEN, B.S.M.E.; Clinton, Iowa; ( I ). A.S.M.E.; S.A.E.; Student Council; President's List -

FRANK CIRILLO. B.S.C.E.; Newburgh, N.Y.; A.C .E.

Third Row:

CHARLES H. DANCE. B.S. M.E.: New Castle, Pennsylvania; A.S.M.E.

CARMELO FERRARIO , B.S.E.E. & B.S.R. E. ; Beaver Falls, Pen nsyIva nia ; S ig ma Phi 0 e It a ; Ke kion g a n Va rie ty C Iub, Vi ce- President; Yearbook (2), Assis 't Ad vertising Mgr., Associate Ed it or; Technician Staff ( 2}, Reporter, Ma ke-up Editor; Boxing Team; Softball, Inter Frat Council , Radio Dept.; President's List ( 3); Open House.

THEODORE H. DENNING, J .R., B.S. M.E.; St. Meinrad, Indiana; Presi dent's List (I); Kappa Sigma Kappa, President, Vice-President; Student Coun cil ( 3) ; Secretary ( 2); Manag e r Varsity Basketball ( I) ; Honor Roll (4}.

Second Row:

WILLIAM GARY DENSFORD, B.S.E.E.; C olumbus, Indiana , A.I.E.E.; Rifle Club; Student C ouncil; President's List (4); Honor Roll ( 2). MICHAEL J . DILLON, B.S.C.E.; Elizabeth, New Jersey: A.C. E., Treasurer ; Vice-President Junior Class; Sigma Ph i Delta; Student C oun ci l; Intramural Softball and Basketball. FRANCIS RAY DUNN. B.S. M.E. ; Monroe, Iowa.

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FERNAND LOUIS GAGNON, B.S.E.E. & B.S.R.E.; Lewiston, Ma ine; A.I.E.E. ; Honor Roll (3); Instructor Assistant , RE lil-A, EE 110, Phy 41 (I); Supervisor Electrical Laboratory (Open House). CHARLES MARTIN GIONET, B.S.C. E.; Shirley, Mass.; A.C.E.; Intramural Softball. GERHARD K. F. HAASE, B.S.Ae.E. & B.S. M.E.; Fort Wa yne, Ind.: I.A.S .; Flying Club; Secretary-Treasure r, Junior Class; Iot a Ta u Ka p p a ; President's List ( 6 ) ; W ind Tunne I La bora 路 tory Assi stant ( 3); A.R.S.

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First Row: ALBERT HARADSKY, B.S.E.E.; Duquesne, Pennsylvania; A.I.E .E.; Kappa Sigma Phi, Sec retary, Correspo nding Secretary; Pre si d ent's List (8).

JOSEPH FEDELE IACOVO, B.S.Ae.E.; W est Orange , New Jersey; I.A.S .; A.G.U .; Flying Club; Ma le Ch o rus, Bowling; Water Polo; Student C o un c il; Intramural Baseball & Sw imm1 ng.

STANLEY J. KROKOS , B.S.R.E.; Ba ltimore, Marylan d. GEORGE LASHINSKY, B.S.R.E. & B.S.E. E.; W indbe r, Pennsylvania ; S.A.R.E.; Sigma Phi Delta; Presi dent's Li st (3 ) .

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ARC A DY B. I WAS KIW, B.S. E. E. ; So . PIa infi e Id , N . J . ; S.A.R.E.; A.I.E.E.; President's Li st (7).

EDDY JERRY JOHNSON, B.S .Ae.E.; Montreal, Canada: I.A .S.; S.A.E.

Second Row:

HAROLD E. LEE, B.S.E.E. ; Bidwell , Ohio ; A.I.E.E.: Sigma Phi Delta , Chaplain; President, So ph omore Class; Student C ou ncil (4 ), Se c retary (I); A.I.E.E. Softball Tea m Manager ; Iota Tau Kappa; Ho nor Ro ll (I), President's List (3) ; Open Ho use. JACK C . LENSER , B.S. M.E.; Oil City , Pennsylvania; Vi ce Pres ident; Junio r Class; Exe c utive C ommittee, A.S. M.E . ( 2) .

GERALD W . KENEALEY, B.S. M.E.; Minneapol is, Minne sota; A.S .M.E.; S.A.E., Cha irman .

STANLEY LEVINE, B.S.E.E.; Brooklyn , N.Y.; A.I.E.E., Chairman, Trea surer; S.A .E. ; A.S.R.E.; Male Chorus ( I ); Chairman , Open Hou se; Pres ident's List (2); Red Cross Mobile Unit , Cha irman.

ERICK F. KOEHLING, B.S.M.E. ; Elburn , Illin ois; A.S.M.E. ; Int ramura l Basketball.

WALLACE LOFTUS, B.S .R.E. ; Moo res Hill, Indiana; Student C o un c il (2}.

ALBERT HARADSKY JOSEPH FEDELE IACOVO ARCADY B. IWASKIW EDDY JERRY JOHNSON

GERALD W . KENEALEY ERICK F. KOEHLING STAN LEY J. KRO KOS GEORGE LASHINSKY

HAROLD E. LEE JACK C . LENSER STANLEY LEVINE WALLACE LOFTUS

JOSE S. MAIZ HAROLD STEWART MARCH JOE MARKS PATRICK EDWARD MARRON

JOSEPH SI G ITAS MIKUCKIS MARSHALL l. MILESTONE JAMES EDWARD MORRISON HARRY l. PETERSON

DONALD E. POUCHER WILBUR J . REIDY, JR . JOHN C . ROGERS ROLAND A . Sl MON

JOSE S. MAIZ, B.S.E.E.; New York, N. Y.; P.I.A.; Sec retary : A.I.E.E. ; Honor Roll (9).

JAMES EDWARD MORRISON, B.S.E.E.; Fort Wayne, Ind iana; Varsity Ba seba ll (2); Intramural Swi mm ing Team (3 ), Basketball ( I ), Bowl ing Club (I) ; Assistant Instru ctor T.V. Fam ilurizatio n C ourse; Open Hous e.

HAROLD STEWART MARCH, B.S.M.E.; Fort Wa yne , Ind iana.

HARRY L. PETERSON, B.S.C.E.; Morris , Ill. ; A.C. E.; Sigma Ph i Delta; Pres ident's Lis t (I).

First Row :

JOE MARKS, B.S.E.E.: Fort W ayn e , Indiana; A.I.E.E.; A.G.U.; Va rsity Ba sketball (3) ; Intramura l Basket ba ll (I). Third Row :

PATRICK EDWARD MARRON, B.S. M.E.: Fort Wayne; A.S.M .E.; Sigma Phi Delta ; Intramural Basketball & Softba ll; President's List ( 6).

DONALD E. POUCHER, B.S.Ae. E.; Clermont , New York ; I.A.S .: Flyin g Club ; President's Li st (I) .

Second Row :

WILBUR J. REIDY, JR.: Speedway, Indiana ; S.A. R.E.: Honor Roll (2).

JOSEPH SIGITAS MIKUCKIS, B.S.R.E.: Yonkers, New York: S.A .R.E.; Came ra C lu b; Presid ent's List (4). MARSHALL L. MILESTONE, B.S.Ae.E.; Pomona, Californ ia ; President's List; Student Instru ct or, Math B ( I ) ; I.A.S.

JOHN C. ROGERS, B.S.R.E.; Farmington, New Hampshire; S.A.R.E.

ROLAND A. Sl MON, B.S. R.E.; Ma ssi li on, Ohi o ; S.A. R.E.; K.A.R.C.; Vice-President; Baseball. 30

First Row:

ALFREDO SINIBALDI , B.S.C h. E. ; Guatemala.

VERNON E. SORENSEN , B.S.C .E.: Fort Dod ge, Iowa; A. C. E., President; Sigma Phi Delta ; Stud ent C ouncil ; President, J un io r Class, S.M .E.

TERRY LEE WELTY, B.S.Ae.E.; Fort W ayne , Indiana ; I.A.S .. Vi ce-Chairman ; Secretary, Soph omore Class, Intramural Softball, Basketball. HARRY J. WHITE, B.S. M.E. & B.S.C.E.; S.A.E.; A.C. E.; President's List ( 4 ). ROBERT HAROLD WILLIAMS , B.S.R.E.; Savannah, Georgia; Student Instructor, EE 120 La b. , Ph y 21-A ( I ) .

ROBERT B. STOCKTON, B.S.E.E.; Fort Wa yne, Ind iana; A.I .E.E.; Student Coun cil (I); Presi d ent's List (4) .

GEORGEAN TAKEHARA, B.S.E.E. ; Wa hawa,Oahu, Hawa ii; A.I.E.E.; Hawa ii an Club , Presi dent, Secretary; Bowling Team; Intramura l Basketba ll, Basebal l; Open House.

Third Row:

ROBERT NOLAR WOLFE, B.S.R.E.; Oak Harbor, Ohio. STEVEN T. ADAMS , B.S. E.E.; New York , N.Y. ; Sigma Phi Del ta; A.I.E.E.; Socce r Team ; Presi dent's List (4) .

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ARNOLD D. VALENCIA, B.S. E. E. & B.S.R .E.; Azusa, Ca lifornia; S.A.E., Secretary, Vice-President: Sigma Phi De lta; Student Council; Tech ni ci an , (3 ) Reporter , Ad ve rtising Mgr., Make-up Ed itor; Yearbook (2 ), Ad vertising Mgr., Ed itor-in -Chief ; Kekiongan Feather Award ; President's List (2); Open House, Program Cha irman , Christmas C onvo.

KEVORK AGOP, B.S.E.E.; Aleppo, Syria ; Kappa Sigma Phi; Male C ho rus ; Arab Student C lub ; Na ti ons United C lu b ; President's List {6); Hono r Roll { I). JOHN REED AKER , B.S.M.E.; C olumbia City, Ind iana ; President's List (5); Iota Tau Kappa; Honor Roll ( I ).

ALFREDO Sl N I BALDI VERNON E. SORENSEN ROBERT B. STOCKTON GEORGEAN TAKEHARA

ARNOLD D. VALENCIA TERRY LEE WELTY HARRY J . WHITE ROBERT HAROLD WILLIAMS

ROBERT NOLAR WOLFE STEVEN T. ADAMS KEVORK AGOP JOHN REED AKER

BRUCE BARCLAY EUGENE A . BEDNAR G UY G . BELAN G ER JOR G E BU RITICA-BAENA

JOSE M . CAMPO LEWIS J . COOK G EORGE ALONZO CRAIG JOSEPH A . CRUSE

DHUAINE J . DAVIS ROBERT E. DAWLEY JEAN M . DIONNE WAYNE P. ERICKSON

First Row:

GEORGE ALONZO CRAIG , B.S.C.E.; Warren , Indiana ;

A.C. E. ; Presi dent's Li st {3 ). BRUCE BARCLAY, B.S.E.E. ; Prescott, Arizo na; A. I. E. E.;

Pres ide nt' s List {6). B.S.C h.E.; Lo uisvill e, Ky.; A.C.S.; Cha irman , Open Ho us e ; X.E.T. ; Intramural Softball, Ba sketba ll; Iota Ta u Kappa ; Presid e nt's Li st {8) .

JOSEPH A. CRUSE, EUGENE A. BEIDNAR, B.S.M.E.; Ray land , Ohi o; Kappa

Sigma Ph i, Treas urer; Student C o un ci l; Pres ident' s List (I) ; President, Sen io r Class.

GUY G. BELANGER, B.S.C .E.; Quebe c, Canada ; A.C.E.;

Sigma Phi Delta ; Presid e nt's List {I ) ; Open Ho use.

Third Row: DHUAINE J. DAVIS , B.S.E.E.; G len

Ell yn, Ill.; Alpha Gamma Ups ilo n, Pledg e Ma ster ( I ); Rifle Team (I) .

JORGE BURITICA-BAENA, B.S.E.E. ; C o lombia , S.A .; Soc-

ce r Team .

ROBERT E. DAWLEY, B.S.E.E. and B.S.R.E.; Hope, Rhode

Is la nd; Presid e nt's List (7); Student Instru ct or, EE 120 Asst. (3 ). •

JEAN M. DIONNE, B.S.C.E.; Edmundsto n, N. B. Canada; Second Row: JOSE M . CAMPO, B.S .C.E.; C olombia,S.A.

Pre si d e nt, So ph omo re Class; A.C. E. ; Se c retary, 0 pen Ho use. WAYNE P. ERICKSON, B.S. M.E. ; Grand Junction, C olo-

LEWIS J . COOK, B.S.C.E. ; North Benton, Ohio; A.C.E.;

Presid e nt's List ( 4 ); Se c retary , Freshman Class.

rad o; A.S .M.E. ; S.A.E.; Sigma Phi Delta; President's List (3 ) .

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First Row: HENRY DANIEL EWANCHOOK , B.S.C.E.; Swift Current, Sask. , Canada: A.C.E.: Camera C lu b, Secretary, Treasurer ; Male Chorus (I) ;Iota Tau Kappa; Caswell Drawing Award : President's List (8); Asst. Student Instructor, Phy. 31/\ (I). RICHARD E. FILARSKY, B.S.E.E.; Mentone, Indiana; Sigma Phi Delta, Guide; S.A.R.E. (I); Frat. Bowling, Softball; Ele ct. Opt. Basketbal l: President's List (I). HAROLD SAUM FORD, B.S.C.E.; Cumberland, Maryland; A.C.E.: Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Secretary-Treasurer; Intramural Basketball , Softbal l; Hono r Roll ( 5). RONALD JOS . FU LA YTER , B.S.Ae.E.; Cedar Lake, Indiana; I.A.S.; Kappa Sigma Phi, Secretary; Independe nt Party, Secretary; Technician Staff, Reporter (I), News Elitor ( 2 ), Managing Editor (I), As st. Managing Editor (I); Student Cou ncil (I); Pre si den~. Senior Class; Secretary, Junior Class; Male Ch orus (5).

SUBHAS CHANDRA GHORAL , B.S.C.E. and B.S.Ae.E. : West Bengal , India; S.C.E.: Iota Tau Kappa: Honor Roll (8); Nation Unired Club; Tenn is, Soccer. JAMES W . GODWIN , B.S.R.E.; Portland, Oregan; President's List (5). PAUL D. HANCOCK , B.S.R.E. ; Hays, Kansa s; Sigma Phi Delta, Secretary; K.A.R.C., Secretary; Technician Staff. Intramural Champs, lntra collegiate Champs, Male Chorus; Featu,.e W riter (9); Bowling (3) , Intramural Team Captain; (I); Open House.

Third Row : ALLEN EDWARD HEMMINGER, B.S.M.E. : Oak Harbor Ohio; S.A.E.; A.S.M.E.; Tennis, Intramural Basketba ll. G EORGE HONCZARENKO , B.S.Ae.E. ; Cleveland, Ohio; I.A.S.; Nati on Un ited Club; Soccer Team; Intramural Volleyball; President's List (I).

Second Row :

LOUIS MARIO IACONA, B.S.C.E.; Buffa lo, N.Y.; A.C.E., President, Vice-President; Kappa Sigma Phi, Correspondent Secretary; Frate rnity Bowling Team.

ROBERT N. GEER, B.S.R.E.; Van Nuys , California; S.A.R.E.: Camera Club; President's List (5); Iota Tau Kappa; Asst. Instru ctor, Phy. 21A, 31A, 41-A, (I) .

HARR Y E. JOHNSTON , B.S.M.E.; Bradford , Pennsylvania; A.S.M.E.; Rifle Club; Flying Club; Open House.

HE N RY DAN IEL EWANCH OOK RIC HARD E. Fl LARSKY HAROLD SAUM FORD RONALD

JOS . FULAYTER

ROBERT N . G EER SUBHAS CHANDRA GHORAL JAMES W . GODWIN PAUL D. HANCOCK

ALLEN EDWARD HEMMIN G ER G EO RGE HONCZARENKO LO UIS MARIO IACONA HARRY E. JOHNSTON

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TOM T. KITANO FRANK WILLIAM LAYTON EDWARD L. LEEKA

JOHN D. LONG RICHARD

GORDON

MALCHOW

WILLIAM HOWARD MATHEWS EDUARDO A . MELLADO

JAMES E. MILLER, JR. GEORGE B. NENSON SI LV I 0 C . J . PATTI JAMES F. PATTON

First Row:

NaSUH KHATIB, B.S.M.E. ; Dama sc us , Syria ; A.S.M.E.; Camera Club . TOM T. KIT ANO, B.S. M .E.; Fort Wayne, Indian a ; A.S.M .E.; Hawaiian Club, President ; Spo rts Cha irman; Stud e nt C ou ncil; Intramura l Bowling , Softball , Basketball ; SecretaryTreasurer , So ph omo re Cla ss; President's List (I ). FRANK WILLIAM LAYTON, B.S.E.E. ; St. Vita I, Ca nada; S.A.R.E. ; Hono r Roll (3). EDWARD L. LEEKA, B.S.R .E.; Un io n C ity, Indi a na; S.A.R.E. ; Treasurer, Sen io r Cla ss ; Ho no r Roll (I); Ope n House (2 ) .

Ohio; A lpha Gamma Upsilon, Treas urer, Pled gem aste r, Sgt. at A rms; Yearbook Staff, Ex ec utive Ad ve rt ising Manag e r. EDUARDO A. MELLADO , B.S.Ch .E.; Ba ja C laifonnia , Mexico; A.C.S. ; Trea sure r; A.l.C h. E.; Si g ma Phi Delta; Intra mu ra l Bas ketball, Bowli ng Tea m ; Presi d e nt' s List (5); Chem ica l La b. Assista nt (5).

Third Row:

JAMES E. MILLER, JR., B.S.R.E.; New Castle , Indiana; S.A.R .E.; Vars ity Basketba ll Sco rekeeper (2). GEORGE B. N EN SON, B.S.C . E. ; Re gina, Sask., Canada; A.C .E. , Sec re ta ry; A lpha Gamma Ups ilon; Student C o un c il; Ma le C ho rus ; Pres id e nt's List ( 3 ).

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Second Row:

JOHN D. LONG, B.S.E.E.; A ltoo na , Pe nnsylva nia ; Bowling Le a gue. RICHARD GORDON MALCHOW, B.S. E. E.; Mic h.; Bowli ng C lub; Presi dent' s List (6). WILLIAM

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SILVIO C. J. PATTI, B.S.E.E.; Bro nx, N. Y. ; Kappa Sigma Ph i; Presi d e nt' s List ; Stud e nt Instru ct or EE 120 (3), Phy . 2 I A, Ph y. 41 A ( 3) .

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JAMES F. PATTON , B.S.M.E.; Fo rt Wayne , Indiana; A.S .E.; Intramural Basketball (2) , Softbal l (I); Vice-President (2), Senio r C lass ; Presid e nt's List ( I ) .

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First Row: JAMES H. POYER , JR ., B.S. M.E.; Bradford , Pennsylvani a ; A.S.M.E. ; Rifle C lu b.

S.A.R.E.; Bowli ng Club (3) , Secretary, Pres ide nt ; Spo rts Ed itor, Year book Staff; President's List ( I) .

PETER A. RADOSTI , B.S.Ae.E.: Th ompson vi lle , C onn . Third Row: JOSEPH REITBLATI, B.S.M .E., Te l-Av iv, Israe l; A.S.M.E. ROBERT M. RIPPEY, B.S.E.E.: Fort Wayne, Ind iana , Faculty Ad visor; A.I .E.E.; K.A.R .C.; Preside nt's List .

Seco nd Row: RICHARD F. ROHAN , B.S.C. E.: A.C .E.

Pou ghkeepsie, N.Y.;

ROBERT D. SYNDER, B.S.M.E.; Lan caster , Pennsylvania : S.A.E.; Pres ident ; A.S.M.E., Pres ident ; Iota Tau Kappa , Presi dent ; Student C ouncil ; Open Ho use Chairman ; Pres iden t's List (9 ).

HERBERT JAMES SOMM5R , B.S.M.E. ; Orrville, Oh io; A.S. M.E.; Cam era C lu b, Vice- Pres ident ; Flying C lu b, Pres i dent; Student C ou nci l ( I ); Pres ident's List ( I ); Fres hman C lass, Vice-Presi dent; So pho mo re C lass, Secretary-Treasurer.

HARRY JOHN SIEGEL, B.S.M.E.; Er ie, Pennsylvania; Pres ident 's List (4). RICHARD LEE SCHROEDER , B.S.M.E.: Moli ne, 111.: S.A.E.: A.R.S.: Sigma Phi De lta , Asst. Secre tary; Student Coun cil; Yearboo k Staff. RU SS ELL S. SMITH , B.S.R. E.: Po ttstown , Pennsylvan ia :

SATORU TAKESHITA, B.S.E.E.; Lana i City Lanai , Hawaii : Hawa ii an C lub, Reporter, Sgt. ar Arms ; Bowli ng , Softball , Basketba ll , Inter-Frat.

ERNEST KHEK-SENG TAN , B.S.Ch. E.: Kowl oo n, Ho ng Ko ng; A.C.S. ; Secretary, Vi ce-Pres ident ; Natio ns Uniied Club, President; Student Co uncil; Fen ci ng C lub , Secre tary ; President's List (2 ).

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RICHARD F. ROHAN HARRY JOHN SIEGEL RICHARD LEE SCHROEDER RUSSELL S. SMITH

ROBERT D. SNYDER HERBERT JAMES SOMMER SATORU TAKESHITA ERN EST KH EK-SENG TAN

EVALD TENISON S REIN TEOSTE RICHARD GEORG E TIM KO EDGAR V. TUNSTALL

V. G . VADEN EARLE R. WALKER JOHN

B. WRIGHT

ARTHUR DAVID ADAMS

ED GA R LEONARDO ALARCON JAMES M . ALLMAN ARVID A . ANDERSON ROBERT FRAN K BAN G ERT

First Row : EVALD TENISONS, B.S.Ch. E.; Ka lam azoo, Mich. REIN TEOSTE, B.S. R.E.; Fort Wayn e, Indiana; S.A.R.E.; Kappa Sigma Phi ; Volley ba ll; Open House.

JOHN B. WRIGHT, B.S.Ae.E.; Portlandville, New York; I.A.S., Chairman (2 ); Sigma Phi Delta, Historian; C amera Club ; Flying Club; Student Counci l;- ln tra mural Softba ll; Secretary, Senior Class; President's List { I ). ARTHUR DAVID ADAMS , B.S.M.E.; Butler, Pennsylvania; Intramural Softba ll, Bowling; Hono r Roll (2).

RICHARD G E0 RG E Tl M K0, B.S. R. E. ; G a rfi e Id, New J e rsey; Intramural Softball; President's List (6). EDGAR V. TUNSTALL, B.S.C. E.; Frank lin, Pennsylva nia; A.C.E.

Second Row: V. G. VADEN, B.S.E.E.; Mt. Clemens, Mich.; A.E. E.E., Treasurer; Sigma Ph i Delta ; Stude nt C ou ncil; Fraternity Pl edgemaster, Chief Engine er; Presi den t, Vice- Presid en t, Treasurer of Student C ounci l; Golf Team; Student In stru ctor, Ph y. 4 1-A, Phy. 2 1A, Phy. 31A (5). EA·RLE R. WALKER , B.S.C.E.; Waverly, Virginia, A.C.E.; Sigma Phi Delta ; Student C ouncil (2); Intramural Basketball , Softball ; Inter- Frat Softb all .

Third Row: EDGAR LEONARDO ALARCON, B.S. M.E.; Ta chi ra, Vene zuela; Phi Iota Alpha , President; Socce r, Capta in. JAMES M. ALLMAN, B.S .R.E.; Cox's Mil ls, West Virginia; S.A.R.E.; Nips co Club , Ca swell Eng. Dwg. Award , 2nd ED2, 2nd. E03 ; President's List (7); Hono r Roll (2 ). ARVID A. ANDERSON, B.S.M.E.; Lititz, Pennsylvania; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. , Treasurer; Kappa Sig ma Phi ; President's List (2). . ROBERT f;RAN K BANGERT, B.S. R. E. and B. S. E.E.; Fort Wa yne, Indiana; A.I.E.E. ; Presid ent's List (8); Asst. Open House (2).

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First Row : HAIM BAR-AKIVA, B.S. M.E.; Haifa , Israel: A.S. M.E.; Camera Club ; Nati ons United Club. PHILIP MARCEL BELANGER , B.S.C.E.; Meriden, Conn.; A.C.E. GILBERTO G. BENITEZ, B.S.Ch . l.; Cali , Colombia , S.A.

KEITH LEWIS COSNER, B.S. M.E.; McComb, Ohio: A.E.M.E. President, Vice -President, Treasurer, Sophomore:: Class, President; Student Council . STEPHEN FRANK CSENCSITZ, B.S.Ae.E.; Northa mpton, Penna. ; T.S .A. Alpha Gamma Up silon; Varsity Basketba ll; Intram ura l Basketba ll .

LAWRENCE MYLES BULL, B.S.E.E. ; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; A.I.E.E. (6) Secretary; S.A.R.E. , Vi ce-Chairman (3}; Male Chorus (2}. Third Row: •

DONALD D. DADDOW; B.S.E.E.; Charles City, Iowa; Sigma Ph i Delta; Pledgemaster; Inter- Frat. Sot tball; President's List (2}; Open House (2).

Second Row: JOSE RIENZI BUSTILLOS , B.S.Ch.E. : Palmira , Colombia; S.A.

HOWARD W. DAVIS, B.S.E.E.; Stoughton, W ise. ; Intra mu ral Basketball , Softball. ROY E. CALCAGNO, B.S.Ch .E.; San Francis co, Ca lifo rnia; A.C.S. , President, Secretary; A.I.Ch .E.; Sigma Phi Delta; Cam era Cl ub; Student Cou nciI, Secretary ; Te chn ician Staff, Photographer; Ma le Ch orus; Open House; Iota Ta u Kappa ,

HERBERT FUJII , B.S.M.E.: Cleveland, Ohio. JOSE RAFAEL GONZALEZ, B.S.C.E.; Caracus, Venezuela.

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JOSE BUSTILLOS RIENZI ROY E. CALCAGNO KEITH LEWIS COSNER STEPHEN FRANK CSENCSITZ

DONALD D. DADDOW HOWARD W . DAVIS HERBERT FUJII JOSE RAFAEL GONZALEZ

HOWARD HARRY HALL G EORGE HASABE VERNON G . HOWE NASH

KHAYAT

THE O DORE J . KISH STAN LEY M c FARLAND CHANDRATHIL K. MATHEW PAUL E. MIELKE

ABSALON ARMANDO MONCAYO VICENTE NATIVIDAD EARL W . O G AWA MOORE T. PADMORE

First Row : HOWARD HARRY HALL, B.S.Ae.E.; Mt. Clemens, Michigan; I.A.S. , Trea surer ( 2); A.R.S., Treasuuu ( 2 ); B.I.S .; A.A.S.; Vars ity Golf (3); Bowling (2), Captain.

CHANDRATHIL K. MATHEW , B.S.C. E.; Travanco re , India; A.C .E.; Nations United C lub; Club and Society Ed itor, Technician. PAUL E. MIELKE , B.S.R.E. & B.S.E.E.; Antwer p, Ohio; Student C o uncil ( I ); Pres ident's List ( 2 ).

GEORGE HASABE , B.S.R.E.; Din uba, California; S.A.R .E.; President's List (7); Ho no r Rol l (3). VERNON G . HOWE, B.S.C.E.; Fort Wa yne, Ind iana ; A.C .E NASH KHAYAT , B.S.C.E.: Fort Wa yne , Indian a ; A.C.E.; Fencing Club.

Second Row: THEODORE J . KISH , B.S. M E. ; Weiland , Ontario, Canada : A.S.M.E., President, Trea surer ; S.A.E ., Treasurer; Sigm a Phi Delta; Secretary, Ch ief Engineer; Student Instructor, Machi ne Tool Lab . (3). STANLEY McFA路RLAND, B.S.Ae.E. ; Midd letown , Ohio; I.A.S.; A.R.S

Third Row : ABSALON ARMANDO MONCAYO , B.S.Ch .E.; Bu ga, Va lledel Cauca, C olo mbia; S.A. ...

VICENTE NATIVIDAD , B.S.E.E.; Hawi, Hawaii: T.H.; Ha waiia n Club; Varsity Baseba ll (I); In tramural Bowli ng (I), Basketball (I), Softball (3) ; Inter- Frat. Softbal l (I). EARL W. OWAWA, B.S.C.E. ; Eleele, Ka uai, Hawaii; A.C .E.; Ka~pa Sigma Kappa ; Hawai ia n Club, Sec retary , Treas urer; Bowling Club; Inte r-Frat. C o un ci l, President ; Inter- Frat. Softbal l; l ntram~ra l Swimming , Basketball. MOORE T. PADMORE, B.S.C.E., Monrovia,

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First Row :

L. ENRIQUE RAMIREZ G. , B.S.E.E.; Ca li, C olo mbia, S.A.

O .S.M.E. ; Kappa Sigma Phi: Ca me ra Club, Vice-President; Fen ci ng Club , President, Vice-Pres id ent , Treasurer ; Rad io C lub: Tec hn ici an Staff: Yearbook, Ma le Ch o rus , President, Se c retary: Sen io r C lass , Vice- Presi dent : Fencing Team , Capta in; Open Ho use; Nations United Club, Program Chairman .

WALTER MARVIN ROBERTS, B.S.C.E.; Su g ar Grove , Virginia ; A.C. E. ; President's List (5).

USMAN MAHMUD SHAIKH , B.S.C. E.; Kara c hi, Pakistan ; A.C.E .; Natio ns United Club.

WILLIAM C. POKORNY, B.S .E.E. ; New Yo rk , N. Y.: Iota Tau Kappa , Secretary, Treasurer.

KERNS E. ROWE, B.S.Ae.E.: O lean, N. Y.; I.A .S., Sec retary, 0 e s ig n Propos a I C om m itt e e , C ha ir ma n ; A. R.S. : FIy ing C Iub ; Nati o ns United Club; Ma le Ch o rus , Treasurer; Bowl ing Team; Tennis Team , Capta in ; Fen ci ng Team , Captain ; Open Hou se , ( 3) ; President's List ( 3) ; Ho no r Roll ( 2).

Second Ro w:

CARL EDWARD RUMSEY, B.S.R.E.; W est Frankfort, Ill.; S.A.R.E. ; Iota Tau Kappa; Intram ural Softba ll ; President's List (8); Honor Roll (4). WATERLOO SAKAKU RA , B.S.E.E. & B.S.R.E.; Stoc kto n, Calif. ; A.I.E.E. , Treasurer, Reporter; A lpha G amma Upsilo n, Treasurer· I.F.C. , Representati ve ; Student C ou ncil , Treasurer; President's List (4). WILLIAM J. SCHRADER, B.S.M.E.;

Man ist ee,

Mich.;

Th ird Row :

EDWARD JAMES SLAGA, B.S. E.E.; Rome, N.Y. ; A .I. E.E.; President's List (2 ) . CHARLES 0 . TERRIER, B.S. M.E.; Ma y Pen, Jama ica , B.W.I .; Canterb ury C lub ; Presi den t' s List (5). GLEN K. UYEDA, B.S.Ae.E. ; Gall up, Ne w Mexico; I.A.S.: Pres ident' s List (3). DONALD CLIFTON VALKEMA , B.S.Ae.E.; Sa ug atu c k, Mic higan; I.A.S., Treasurer; Bowling C lub , Vice -President; Flyi ng C lub , President; Kappa Sigma Kap pa , Vice- Pres id ent , Sec retary; Intramura l Basketball , Swimming ; Presid en t' s List (7) .

WILLIAM C . POKORNY

L. ENRIQUE RAMIREZ G. WALTER MARY IN ROBERTS KERNS E. ROWE

CARL EDWARD RUMSEY WATERLOO SAKAKURA WILLIAM J. SCHRADER USMAN MAHMUD SHAIKH

EDWARD JAMES SLAGA CHARLES 0. TERRIER GLEN K. UYEDA DONALD CLIFTON VALKEMA

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BENJAMIN L. DOW , Chairman Department of Aerona ut ical Engineering; B.S.A e. E. , Virg in ia Po Iy t e c h nic Inst it.u t e ; G ra d uate Stu d e n t, J o h ns H o p kins University; J et Pro pu lsion Research, Glenn L. Mart in C o. ; M.S.A e.E. , University of M ichigan . BENNETT L. KEMP , Aero nauti cal Engineering, and in c harge of W in d Tunne l; B.S.A e. E. ; Indiana Te chnica l College, f o rm e rly fl ight research eng ineer, and in cha rge of wind tunnel of Sik ors ky A i1c raft C orp. Graduate study , University of M ichigan.

Develop ment of air craft in spee d and numero us d esigns in re cent years has been amazing. Th e d eman d fo r men capab le of desi gning and inspecting a ircra ft pro du cti on is po t en ti ally unlimited. The well -t rained Aeronautical Engineer may specialize in pro peller d esig n, airplane desi gn, airplane production, airplane stress a na ly sis , a irpo rt management, traff ic management, and executive d uties. The recent adoptio n by automotive manufa cturers o f streamline desig n emphasize the importance of the stu d y of air c urre nts and fo rces disclosed in wind- tu nnel la bora t o ry ex perim e nts.

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Because +he appli catio ns of chemistry are so numerous and d iversifie d , even the most casual examination will reveal the fact that virtually all industry in some stage of processing, development, o r manufa c t uri ng, must depend di rectly o n men with a kno wledge of Chemistry. Th is has given rise to spec ializat ion in the field of Chemical En gineering, so that there are today highly spe cialized and diversified fields , such as Metallurgical Engineering, Gas Eng ineering, Petrole um Engineering , Cerami cs Eng inee ring , and various others. H owever, all of these fields are nothing mo re than offshoots fro m the parent, Chemi cal Enginee ring, wh ich, therefore, still retains its maj o r importance.

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WALD O E. ALBERT, JR .

ROBERT C . RUHL

WILLARD H . STEVENSON

WALDO E. ALBERT, JR., A erona uti cal an d Civi l En gi nee ri ng; Olivet C ollege ; B.S. A e.E ., B.S.C. E., Indiana Technical C ollege; Engin eer, Curtiss Wright C o rp ora ti on ; C.A.A. Prima ry, Sec o ndary, and Instructo rs' Pilot Certifica te; Rated Ground Sch ool Instructo r.

ROBERT C. RUHL , Dean, Chairman, Department of C ivil En gineering Cha i rman A ca dem ic C ommittee, B.S. C. E. , M .S. C. E. , Purdu e Uni versity.

WILLARD H. STEVENSON, Civil Eng inee r! B.S. C .E., Purdue Un ive rs ity ; Graduate Sc hool, University of Illin oi s; f o rmerly Design Eng ineer, American Steel Dred ge; Consulting Engineer.

Civil Engineering is th e ol d est of the engineering professi ons, and may well be co ns id ere d the p aren t of most o f the oth er more or less specialized phases of En gineering Scie nce . Egypt's pymami ds ; the Rom an roads, bridges, and aq ueducts; the ch anneling and d yke- bui ld i ng alon g Ch i na 's Yell o w River, are m on um ents to Civi I Engineers who, thousands of yea rs ag o , pitted their sk i II a ga i ,st ad verse Nature, overco ming her o bsta cles o r ho lding i n c heck her tremerJous f o rces . Even as t oday th e Civil En ginee r bui lds ou r roads, so thorough tt.e cen turies, the profess ion of C iv i I Eng ineeri ng prepared the f igurative road : along which ot her bran ches o f engineering have ad vanced .

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RICHARD DERMER, Cha irman, Department of Electrical Engine er ing; B.S.E.E. , Ind iana Te chnical C ollege, f o rmerly wiih General Electric C o mpan y i n Testing and Experimental Laboratory.

EUGENE MONTOYA, JR., Ele ctr ical Eng ineeri ng; B.S.E.E., Indian a Tec hni ca l C ollege; graduate studies, Illi nois Institute of Techn ology an d Purdu e Universit y: f orm erly In stru ct or U.S. Arm y and USAFI.

MAURICE SIMMONS , El ectri cal En gi nering; B.S.E.E. , B.S.R.E., Indiana Tec hni cal College .

The Ele ctri cal Engineer must be familiar with hi s field, in c luding the mechani cal as well as the electrical aspects, whether he has to d o with the ho uswife's ele ctri c iro n o r with the giganti c electric furna ce. He must kn ow how to select or how t o d es ign the co rre ct mot o r in accordance with specific need s f o r power. He must have a practical as well as a the o retical kn o wledge and interest th~t will lea d him to work out economi cs in powerh o use and pro d uction prob lems. H is is the master mind in the field of co mmuni cations. The mod ern automati c teleph o ne with its instant acc urate servi ce is a mo nument t o his inventive geni us and painstaking skill.

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JOSEPH DORS, M echan ical Enginee~ing; B.S. M .E., Indiana Te ch nical C oll ege. HOWARD A. MACKLIN , Mecha nical Engineering; A .B., H un tington College; M.A. Ba ll Sta t e Teacher's Co,lege; B.S. M .E., Indiana Te ch ni cal C ollege; Graduate W ork, Ind iana University. IVAN PLANCK, Chairman, Depariments of M echanical and A eronautical Engineering; B.Ch.E., B.Sc. in Ed., Ph.D., Ohio State University.

The field of M echanical Engineering embraces virtually every field of sci ence and in du stry. Every manufactured article, no matter what its nature, re qu ires t he se rvices of me c hani cal engineers b oth i:-: the design of the ma chi ne o n whi ch it is made and in the opera t ion of the factory itself. This field of engineering is so broa d that no man can be an authority on all its bra nches. Therefore, t he student is given a th o ro ugh ba c kground in the basi c sciences, from whi ch he bra nc he s off i nto his spec i a I fie Id . Re cognizing the need f o r good human relations in engineering, the M echa nical Department sponsors various org an izati on s, such as the A .S. M .E. and S.A .E. These o rganizations , through their various field tr i ps to in d us try, o p en house projects and social functions, tea ches the stu d ent the importance of ge tti ng along with his fellow men.

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Type s of Re search and Development work performedAutomati c electron ic controls , c ustom te st equipment to meet N EM A, ASTM, ASA specifications, analytical c hemistry, elect rical compo nents, fuel analyses, mechanical compo nents, compressio n, tension, strain, stress testing high-frequen cy heating, structural design, environmental te sting, applied mathematics .

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Fi rs t Row, seated le ft to ri g ht : M r. B. L. Dow, N orman L. Ba ke r , J o hn B. Wr ight, W . W . Blake, Ber na rd E. H eyi . Second Row : Don ald W m . Cu lp, Sta nley M c Farland , Alf red R. Ra ~ hme ll , H arol d Y. C offman , M ark M . Smith , Forest R. Straub , D. R. Drun g , H oward H all , Jam es Spitl er , T. H i ronaga . "f hird Row: Russe l Rhod es , L. R. Wad ekamper, Gle n K. Uyeda , Donald E. Pou c her , Ig or Jaremenko, H aro ld R. W ood hous e, La r ry Kug ler, Kenneth D. Poo re , Raymo nd Y. N avin, R. A . Krava , J . Blakley, R. J . Ew en, Ch arles J . Kwaczala , Jr., J immie D . Gard , Wm . W arren Wr i ght. Fo urth Row : Ralph Strauc h, Georg e H onczarenko, Rog er Kammeye r, H enry E. Styn e , G o rd on Pattersonfi Pa ul D. Moo re , Kerns E. Rowe , G ene W . Peotte r

The Stud ent Branch o f the Institute of A erona utical Sc iences had anoth er bu sy year at Te ch. To acco mplish its purpose •

o f pro moti ng pro fe ssio nal co nsciousness and f ellowship , as well as enl ig hten th e members of the work b eing d one in th e Aeronautical fie ld,

many movies were

shown, a fiel d trip was made to the NACA I. A. S . Ba nquet gath e ring

Propul sion L.ab oratory in Cleveland, Ohio , and numerou s awards were g iven including a Lecture Award, and the O utsta ndin g Student Award. The annual banquet to p ped off th e year's activities . •

Majors in chemical eng ineering may affiliate wit h the American Chemi c al Society, a national organization o f chemists and chemical

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tain privileges which help to improve his professional standing as well as his educat ional background and employment opportunitie s.

First Row , seated le ft t o right : Robert Medve , James C lontz, Roy E. Calcagno, Ernest Tan . Second Ro w: S . D. Satterthwa ite, Joseph C ruse , Dan iel F. Murphy , lu is H . Guzman , Nab eel A . Handfi , Ju li us E. Early, Charles R. Bath , Carrell R. Marshall, Tha ddeus P. Kurek , Robert H . Ma sson . Th ird Row : Perry C . Set ola, Frank Rugg iero , C lark K. Foster, l arry H . Kirschlef, Ric~ard J . Ara is h, Os car Ocampo , Elmer Parl a nte, John Brobst, Carl J. Jenk ins, Clarence Mayo n is. Harol d Ot is, Saul Medrano , Eduardo Mellado

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Row, seated left to right : Phil i p Be la nger , J . B. Alves, Louis M . l ac ona , Mr. W . L. Stevenson , Solomon ,Kra mer , .James M . Winn , M arlyn F. Sto ne . Second Row : Donel K. Fisk, Th o mas E. Ri sley, Jean M . Dionne, Danie l E. O ' Byrn, J . M . Campo, Guy Belanger, E. V. Tunstall , L. Cramer, D. E. Bi lodean, E. R. Walker , J . B. Turo. Th ird Row : W . L. Broc k, Samiht Saify, Glenn A . Brackney, Nash Kayot, Jesse W . Bunc h, Samu el D. Christopher, Je r ry Herb , Ch arles M . Gionet , Vernon E. Soren sen, Charles C . Kalni n, Frank Ciril lo , Frank Webst er , Turh a n Ak, V. M . Sha i kh , Anato l Ryc hal ski , Moore T. Padmore . Fourth Row : Ro b e rt L. Babb itt, Grego ry A . H yver, K. Khaled Hassa n , N ic holas Rive ra , Claren ce A . Ch i pman , Talat Farouk, Rafael Pizarro , Leon Cifuente s, Enrique Luna , M . Mohseni , Mehmet Nihai I sla m , Richard S. Cortez, George B. Riley

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Sin ce its inception in 1941 , the A ssociatio n of Civil En gineers , formerly known as the Pyra m id Club, ha s had f or its goal the promotion of interest and study in all phases of the field of Civil En gineering . To attai n thi s end, the A ssociat ion stri ves t o prese nt a varied program to its mem bers through th e medium of motion pictures, field t rips to local and distant constru ction pro jects and lectures by prominent civil enginee rs, many of whom are Tech. graduates. One of the highlights of the activties of th e pa st year wa s a field trip to the Ni ckel Plate Elevation project, during which the members had an excellent opportu nity to learn ma ny of the new innova tion s in th e f ield of pre-cast and pre-stressed concrete. Under the able spo nso rship of Mr. Ruhland Mr. Steve nso n, the A ssociation rou nded out a successful year with the renewed hope of becom ing a full -fledged student affiliate of the Ameri ca n Society of Civi I Engineers . •

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First Row , seated left to right : Water loo Sakakura , J . S. Ma iz, A. Hradsky, J . L. Perez, H . Guzek. Second Row : C . H . DeFord , Ted Hark ins , John W . Bo lam, Nick A . Birb ilis , Dwight W . Hunter, Ed ward .1. Slaga , T. E. Schrock. Third Row : Geor<Je E. My a rs , Keith Wm . Thompson , Robert B. Stockton , Frank R. "frahan , Joe Marks, Bruce Barcl ay, Fernand Gagnon , Lloyd H . Pope . Fourth Row: Gera ld E. Bla c kwel , James W inters , Lyle J . Edlin , William G . Densford , Ha rold E. Lee , Golin M. Holme-Shaw , David A . Ste venson

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First Ro w , seate d left to r ight : Thomas Vlattas , Dr . Ivan Pla nck, Ro b ert Snyder, Ro bert Bo swel l . Se co nd Row : Keith Cosner, Erick Koe hl i ng , G eorge Allen , Ro b ert H ost o , J ac k Le nser, Shimaron , P. A . M arkaria n, Ru ben Truj il lo, Ve rnis Mye r, Durwa rd G . B; ad ley . Th ird Ro w : Berna rd Rom e, D. W . Br eeden , Charles Kyler, James Poyer, Tom Kitano , W ayne Erickson , N o rm a n Connell , Sargon Yonathan , Adnan Halabi , Yusuf Kurial, WiiPam J . Schrader , Th add eus B. Wojaczynski . Fourth Row : M arvin Clark , Frank Wh itt i ngton , Charles Dance, George Mu rray , Du ane Eagen , Fred Z . Abdishi , Robert De Nure, H arry J o hn ston , Th eodore J . Kish, Ted Denn i ng , N eal M cCo llom

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Th e purpose of Kek ionga Am at eur Rad io Cl ub is t o pro mot e amate ur rad io activ iti es among the st ud en t s of lTC showin g interest in the practi cal appl icat ions of ama t eur rad io commun icatio ns, and t o gro up t hese st udent s t ogeth er. K.A .R.C . is made up of me mbers w ho are li censed by th e Fed eral Co mm uni cu ~ i o n s C o mm is•

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Th e c lub st atio n W9 BHR cons ist s of a o ne kilowatt t ra nsmitter, H q- 129 -X H am merlu nd Receive r, a 22 0 meg acy cle tran smitter an d rece iver, and a single-sideban d exc iter. Th e st ati o n o perates o n 80 , 40 , 20 , an d I 0 met er am at eur band s with either radio-t eleg raphy o r radio-te l-:;phone . Th e equ ipment in t he st atio n was bu ilt b y members of th e c lub ove r t he p ast yea rs an d now is o perati ng effi cient I / .

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Fi rst Row , sea t ed l eft·:·-::> right : John D. Yo ung , Ro b ert Vi t t , Davi d Ray b urn , Le sli e Pa r ker , M r . Ral p h S. C ar son. Second Row : Lauar Burnett, Jo hn Bo lam , Lyl e J . Ed l in , J ack A . Dea n, Thomas E. Fi scus , Ronald Roc khi ll , W m . J . Schrade r , G le1 n B. M c Kin ney. Th ird Row : Calv i n Wm . Yong , Ke n S. Wi ndi sh, Paul Bella m y, Ro land Si m o n, M auri ce R. Sm i th., Don ald M cC oy, R. C . M cG uire

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Front Row , seated left ·~ o right : Mr . Ralph S. C arso n, David A. Stevenson , Kenneth S. W indi sh, John D. Young , George W . ladd . Second Row : John W . Bolam , Ru sse ll S. Smith, Verney l. Brown, Carl E. Rumsey, Maurice R. Sm it h, Harold E. Hunt, lyle J . Edl in, James Winters, Delbert Didier . Third Row : Ja c k Shumsky , Karolg Csi bos, Jr ., Juozas S. Mikuckis, H illard Jankowski , Wayne S. Rial , Ted l. Harkin s, Eldon l. Teske, Bill Harris, Rein Tedste , James M. Allman , Dwight W . Hunter , Edwin Ciszewski, Richard Reynolds

The Student Association of Radio Engineers is comprised of students in the Radio and Electrical Departments at Indiana Technical College interested in the new Standing : Mr. Ralph S. Carson , Dav id A. Stevenson, John D. Young, Ken S. Windish , Homer C . Nefzger, George W . ladd .

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electronics. The past year saw a number of interesti ng and i nform.a tive events for the

S. A. R. E. inc Iud i ng a numbe r of fie Id t r i p s and lectures. A It ho ug h the S. A. R. E. is not affi Ii ate d with the Institute of Radio Engineers, Club Members at Rest While Awaiting Signals

members of the S.A.R.E. are invited and encouraged to attend the monthly meetings of the Fort Wayne Section of the I.R.E. to hear talks given by men who are

First Row , seated left to right : Leon Wun, Lloyd G . Sellers, Homer C . Nefzger, Phil E. Alexander, Fernand Gagnon . Second Row : Duane La Fortune, John C . Roger , Jack Garrett, Paul Bel lamy, Roy Dav is, Ro la nd Simon, Donald Rock hill , ·,·h.o mas E. Fiscus , Dona ld Merlino . Third Row : E. M. Akamine, Lavar Burnett, Eu stagui o Agbulos , Jose R. Azores, David Rayburn, Clarence L. Chizk, Maurice Ingmire , Charles S. Ida, Jack A . Dean , Thomas Hunkler , J oseph Shecora. Fourth Row: John E. Host, Lloyd E. Cross, Les lie Parker, Robert Vitt, Donald McCoy, Aubrey G . Thomas, lan N. Mc leod , John B. Sheerin , W ill ia m M. Crouch , Edward L. Leeka

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First Row , seated left ·i·o right : Mr. Richard Derme r, Ro bert Snyder, Arc her Pa ge , Will iam Pokor ny , Mr. Rob ert C . Ruh l, Mr . Ra lp h S. C a;so n. Seco nd Row: Mr. J ose ph Dors, Mr. Howard Macklin , Mr. Harold Bag got , Mr. W aldo Alberts, Mr . Eug e ne Mont oya, J r.

Iota Tau Kappa wa s organized to g ive recogn ition t o superior scholarsh ip . Upon invitation by the President of Indiana Ne w Memb ers of Io ta Tau Ka ppa Le ft t o right front si tting : Gregory Hy ver, Roy Calcagno , ar.d J ose p h Cruse . Bac k, stand ing : Subha s Gh orai, and G le n Zimm erman .

Technical Col lege, st udents having complet ed fo ur term s (not consecutive) college level with a point average of 3.5 or better for each of four term s, becomes eligible .

The Student Co unc i I is th e o ffi c ia I org ani zatio n that repres ents the entire student bod y . The Student C o un cil is made up of twenty members al o ng with the Faculty Advi sor. Si xteen of the members are reg ularly elected and se rve f o r two t erm s. Th e rema ining four members are th e c la ss pre sidents wh o s.e rve f o r o ne t erm. An electi o n is held at the end of each t erm at whi ch time ei g ht men are select ed ro serve . Cand idates f o r electi on are c hosen b y the students at a Departm ental meetin g held ea c h term. The main purp ose of th e C o uncil is t he welfare and interest of th e stud en t bod y . Any sugg esti o ns o r c riti c ism in rega rd +o th e stud ent bo dy should be d irect ed t o d member of the Student C ou ncil. Reg ul ar meetin gs of the C ou ncil are o pen t o th e stud ents and minutes of the meetin gs are displayed in the lobby .

Officers and Sprinq term memb e rs

Fi rst Row , sea t ed le ft t o r ight. H a rol d E. Lee, Ro y E. C alca gn o, J am es C lontz, V. G . Vad en, N orma n C o nne l l, Ver nis M eyer. Seco nd Row : Fran k S. Rugg iero , Er nes t Ta n, Ro b ert Snyd er, Solom o n Kram er , Du ane Eag en, Du i wa rd Bra dl ey, .Ja m es Spit ler, H arol d V. Coffman , Wi llia m G . Den sf ord , J o hn B. W ri ght, Vern o n E. Soren sen, M i c ha e I J . D iII on , Ea r I e R. W a I ke r, Tom T. Kita n o .

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First Row, seated left t o right : Doug las Maffi-Dodds , Mr. Robert Mar~hall , John B. Turo, Don a ld Meagher, Miss Mary Weimer , Ma rton B. Stu lts, James Huss. Seco nd Ro w: Chandrath il K. Matth~ws, Paul Wilson , Pau l D. Ha ncoc k, Frank R. Trahan, James K. Spttler, L. R. Wadekamper, S. D. Satterthwaite , Talat Farouk , Huss Sway , Donald L. Rogers

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The Male Choru s ha s taken part in all the outstanding function s of the schoo l as we ll as prov iding entertainment f o r variou s organizations throu g hout the city of Researsal time makes perfect

Fort Wayne. All stude nt s are elig ib le t o become members.

First ro w , se a t e d left t o right : John R. Q ui g ley , Robert Sopher, Mr . Raymond Bei g ht s , J o hn G . Mull in , Hugh Wr ~y M cCa nn . Seco nd Row : Do n Higd o n , Don Te mp i Q Oa bee I A. H a na fi, Dwight L. DeW itt , Wm . J . Schrade r , Fran k R. Trahan . Third Ro w : Alfred Knol l, Ric hard Reyno lds , Roger Kamme yer, Kern s E. Rowe , Ken neth D . Poo re , A l bert J . Roy , Gene W . Peotter

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The seven t h vol ume of t he KEKIO~J­ GAN comes to you whi le looking into the future of your life and the world about

the time and effort necess ary to prepare

you . It is the picture- story of the past year at Te ch, memo rie s which you wi ll c herisn and lo ng remember .

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First row, kne e lin g left to right: Juoza s S. Mikuckis , J ack Shumsky, Wm . J . Schrader, Maurice Ingmire, Pa ul Bell a my, Shimavon P. A. Markarian . Second row, stan ding : Mr. Jo hn Whitne y, Mr. Euge ne Mon toya, W . D. Purdy, Dan Bilodea n, Clarence Chizk, T. E. Schrock , J . R. Craven, Ba r-Akiva Ha im , Robert H. Masson .

The Camera Club originated in the Camera Club s upp ly display

Spring of 1948. The club now has a darkroom equipped with basic apparatus and is expanding rapidly with the addition of new equipment.

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J:irst row, seated left t o right: John B. Tu ro, Robert D. Snyder, Jimmie D. Gard , Ni ck A. Birbilis. Second row, st an d ing : N. McCollom , T. Denn ing , Ver nis Meye r, Mr. J ose ph Dors, Th eodore J . Ki sh.

The Society of Automotive Engineers is a student branch. affiliated with the National Society of Automotive Engineers, and is sponsored Mr. Joseph Dors le cturing to S. A. E. gathering

by the Mechanical Engineering Department. Membership is open to all engineering students.

The Flying Club is made up of students of all departments that ha ve a common interest in f y ing. Students with commerc ial and instru cto r' s liOpen ho use flying sauce rs about to b e circulated, loaded at airport

censes aid their fellow students in obtaining their private pilot's license.

First row, seated left to ri ght: Richa rd S. Co rtez, He nry E. St yne, Su k Kuv Che , Dwi ght W . Hu nte r, Ernest Emmerton , Bo rha n Hawasly. Second row, sta nd ing: Shimavo n P. A. Ma rk a ria n, Geor~ M. Semen iu k, Nick A. Dir b ilis , J oh n W . Bo la m , Marly n F. Stone: l yle J. Ed lin, J oh n Bla kley , Alfre d R. Ra thm e ll , No rm a n .l. Ba ke r, Cha rles E. J ackso n, Dona ld Wm . Cu lp .

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Firs t row, kn eeling left to right : Noel Lei tzm a n, J imm ie D. G a rd . Se cond row, sta nding : He nry Instructo r W a hl, Ernest Ta n, Igor J are me nko, Wm . J . Sc hr a d e r, Fran k R. Wh ittingto n, Adn a n Ha la b, K. Kha led Hassan . Third row . sta nding : No rm a n J o lliff, Lui s Hilg e rt , Sa miht Sa ify, Ll o yd H . Po p e .

The purpose of the Fen cing Club is to further the interest of fen c ing. Both novices and ad van c ed students Practice to keep your guard up

of fen cing are invited to join. ReguIa r exp e rt i nst r uc t io n is a v a iIa b Ie a nd loc al matc hes are arranged .

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The Indiana Technical College Rifle Tea m is made up of membe rs of the Rifle Club. During the pa st season , Rona ld Hughes, Robert Leipold, Bru ce Barkley , Marvin Clark, Gene Suter, Lars Wernh o lm, H enry Browning, So lom o n Kramer, and Gregory Hyver participated as members of the team. Through th e medium of postal matches, where sco res f or shooting under si mi la r conditi o ns are exchanged by ma il, the Tec h Rifle Team competed with team s from the University of Illinois, Universi ty of Wa shington , University of Pennsyl vania, University of Cin cin nati, Il linois Institute of Technology. Ohio State Universi ty , and Indiana Universi ty. The Tech team did not score a single victory against thi s compet ition; but it mu st be borne in mind that each of th ese oppone nts wa s a team of R.O.T .C. men who have the best of equipment and mandato ry practice. Members of the Rifle Club also competed in the A llen County Rifle A ssociati on and sco red two vict o rie s in ten mat ches agai nst the crack rifle clubs of th e area . The Kemp Cannon Award , an annual award t o the most valuable member o f the Rifle Team , wa s won thi s year by Ro nald Hu ghes.

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First row , kne e ling left to righ t : Wm . W arren Wright, H enry D. Brown ing , Nic ho las Leal, Jr., J a mes Poyer, Ma rvin C lar k, Suk Kun Che . Standing, second row: Mr. J ohn Whitney, Clarence Ch ip man, Lars W . W ernhol m, Willi am G. Densford, Bo b L. Leopold , Robert J . Ever itt, Bruce Barc lay, Ronald D. Hughes, H arry J o hnston, Ted Rowe, Ro b ert L. Morris, Mr . B. L. Kemp .

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least , the members leave the college rich in friends and fond memories of college ife.

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Moses A cee Edward Adams Jack A lt Ro bert Bab bitt Geral d Blackwell Second Row:

Frederick Burgett Donald C o penhaver Richard Crider Stephen Csencitz Geral d Edwards Third Row:

Richard Eri c kson Ro bert Ewen Harold Ford Gerome Herb Joseph Iacovo Fourth Row:

A lan Johnson Charles Kwa czala Charles Lyle John MacKenzie Joseph Marks Fifth Row :

W illiam Ma t hews Donald Merlin o W illiam Myers Ra ymo nd Navin George Nenso n Sixth Row:

Sidn ey Ra sni c k Ri c hard Re ynol d s Wate rloo Sakak ura Ri c hard Sc hl und Walace Scott Seventh Row:

Ja c kso n Ta lbott Basil Vanqeli Th om as Va lattas Dr. Plank Fa c ulty mod erato r Mr. Baqg ot Faculty mod erator Mr. Dow Faculty moderator

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The o b ject of the Fraternity shall b e t o insti ll am o ng its members the idea

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First Row: Ri chard Araish John Bro bst James C lon tz

Second Row: Earl Craven Joseph Cruse Julius Early

Third Row: Clarck Foste r Brian Keller Larry Kris hler

Fourth Row: Thaddeus Kruek Carrell Ma rshall Ro bert Mason

Fifth Row: Daniel Murp hy C laren ce Nayoni s Ha rol d Otis

Sixth Row: Mike Pfister Sam uel Satterthwaite J o hn Whalen

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1945. The national fraternity was founded in 1857. Students are eligible for membership after one term of sc hool attendance.

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First Row :

W alter Blake John Blakely Th o mas Brown Andy Ch oma Theodore Denning Second Row:

Charles Ida Gerald Kenealey Warren Kenfish Robert Kennedy George Meyers Third Row:

Earl Ogawa Elmer Parlante Gray Ro b ling Albert Roy Howard Schultz Fourth Row :

Gerald Schumuker Lloyd Sellers Gordan Simmon s Joseph Tighe Fran co is Tra han Fifth Row:

Donald W a inerw ri g ht Dave W ilson Paul W ilson Roy W ool ridge Joseph Za mb ido

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Kappa Sigma Phi Fraternity is founded upon three ideas: fellows hip , sc ho Ia rs hip , a nd sp o rt s ma nship. Every new pledge must believe in these ideals for ac ceptanc by the fraternity. After one sc hoo term, application for membership may be made through a member of the fraternity. Top: Old and new members at reunion Bottom: Colorful masquerade party

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First Row : Ke nvo rk Ag o p Geo rge Allen Arv id Anderso n Dan iel Barry Ro bert Bass

Second Row: Gene Bednar Ro na ld Burto n Alex Demeter Larry Dran c hak Do nald Drung

Third Row: Ro nald Fulater Anth o ny G o mes Adnan Halabi Kha le o Hassen Ro bert H iggin s

Fourth Row: Emin Ho lley C o:i n H o lm e-~h aw A Ibert H radsky Lo uis lacona Ig o r Jaremenko

Fifth Row: Do nald McC oy J o hn Mean or Charles Murph y Fred e rick N owota rs ki Jose ph Oddo

Sixth Row: Edward Oudt W illia m Patterson Silvia Patti Berna rd Rome Sm ith Sa ify

Seve nth Row: Th o mas Sa uve Donald Scher Karl Sc hwartz Rein Teoste Bernard Zegaroski Mr. Marshall

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First Row : Steven Adams Guy Belanger Glen Brackney Roy Calcagno Ralph Case Carlton Co en

Second Row: Harold Co ffman Norman Connell J ack Conway David Craven J ames Craven W i II ia m Crouch

Third Row: Donald Dad dow Michael Dillon Wayne Erikson J oseph Fa lion Carmelo Ferrario Richard Fi Ia rsky

Fourth Row: Eugene File W illiam Hambrock Paul Hancock Harold Hayes Bernard Heyl Ronald Hu g hes

Fifth Row: WaI ter J ankowski W illiam J o nes W arren Keller Theo d ore Kish C lifton Kramer George Lashi nsky

Sixth Row: Harold Lee Patrie Marron Donald Mea g her Ed wardo Melloda Georg e Murray Robert Mc Make n

Seve nth Row: Paul No rman J oe Perez Harry Pet erso n Ma urice Po ling Dean Pu rd y Francis Ro bb ins

Eighth Row: Do nald Rog ers Fra n k Ru ig g ie ro Richa rd Sch reeder Ver no n So re nse n J ame s Spit le r Ma rly n Sto ne

Ninth Row: Mario n Stul ts Huss Sway Ca rl Thom pson Leo nard Tonn Edw in Turansky J oh n Turo

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The 1954-55 sea so n wa s the most succe ssfu l in the hist o ry of ba sketbal l at Indiana Tec hnic al C o llege. The frequen cy of winning and improvem e nt of attendan ce â&#x20AC;˘

at the gam es te stifie d t o the success . Never befo re ha s a Te c h team shown a re c ord even c ose t o the I 3 wo n-6 lo ss re co rd turned in by thi s team. Coa c h Murra y Mendenhall summed it up when he 86

said, "We have some good boys this ye ar. The team is balanced , and they pay as a team ." No opponent was able to beat the Tech Warriors more than once during the seaso n. Tech, however, defeated two of its rivals twice during the season : TriState and C o ncordia . The Warriors had two winning streaks; the first was four in a row , and the seco nd was •

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Next ye ar ho lds promise of another good season, as al the regulars of thi s se ason 's ·ream should be returning and pla ying t ogether once again. Kneeling , left to right: Phil Gustin , Max Baumgardner, Boyd Byerly, Keith Mendenhal l. Second row : Dale Graft, Grayston W itmer, James Keyes, Thomas Gill ie. Donald Rudolp h, Donald Bode, Samuel Lewis .

THE SEASON'S SCORES Th eir score

Date

Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Ja n. Ja n. Jan . Jan. Jan . Jan. Feb.

20 I 4 7 9 I4 29

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79

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82 85 66

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Feb. 19 . . . . . . . . .

83 1459

Our score

Opponent

Anderso n . . *Earlham • Taylor . . . Defian ce . . *Tri -State . . *Franklin . . 0 a kIand City Vincennes . *Oakland City Con co rdia . *V incennes • *Defiance . . Huntington . *Anderson • *Bluffton . . Tri-State . . *Concordia . *I~ untin g ton . *Manchester . Totals •

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83 88 73 81 81 89

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Player

. . . Bode Byerly . . . Lewis . . . Baumgardner Gra f t . . . Rudolph . . Gillie . . . Mendenhall Keyes . . . Witmer . . Carnes • Powe ll . . . Fry Ier . . . Va n M eter . Gustin . . Totals . . . •

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The Bulging Boiler, presented by Dr. Plan ck in 1949, has been symbolic of the basketbal rivalry between T riState Co lege and Tech. By winning the 1949 game, Tech had possession of the Boiler for one year, after w hic h Tri-State took it to Angola and retained possession for four years.

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The battle for the Bu ging Boiler

The excitement was c imaxed when in

this year took pa ce at Ango la on

overtime the Warriors scored six

February 8th. After playing on even consecutive points and held Tri-State terms the first half, the Warriors fel be hi nd I I poi nt s i n the t hi r d q ua rt e r

to four points the remaining minutes

before ra lying to tie the score at

to win 89 to 87 and bring the Boiler

83-83 at the end of regulation time.

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Tech 's golf team wa s well-represented

siti ons on the team . Th e number one posi-

d uring the '55 season under the coaching

tion wa s filled by Dick Crider who also did

of Prof. Ben Dow . The only match lost wa s

a fine job as tea m captain . Dick w iII be ba ck for another sea so n next year as well

the fi r st one o f the season to Ta y Ior U nias H oward Ha ll. Clyde Johnson,

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versit y on their home cou rse at Upland, Wri g ht, Pete Chang, and Bil l Crouch. V. Indiana . The return match , however, re-

G . Vaden did a fine job in pI a yin g nu m-

sulted in a victory f o r t he Te ch swingers.

ber two position, and his graduation will

Competition was keen for the first five po-

be a big loss to the team. V. G. Vaden , No. 2 Man

Dick Crider, Captain •

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SUMMARY OF MATCHES rECH • • • • . . . . . . . Tech • Tech • • • • • • Tech • • . . . . . . . Tech • • • • • • Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total • • • • • • • •

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The Te c h ba seball team this y ear turned in a re co rd of more wins than losses

the first thi s ha s been d o ne f o r several •

season s. Some timel y hitting and good c lutc h pitc hing w ere responsible for the team 's su ccess. The Defian ce College team was the only one whic h could defeat the Warriors •

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SEASON'S SCHEDULE Tech sco re

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Left to right, front row : Dave C rave n, Ma rl yn Sto ne, Cl a rence Nayon is, Wayne Roa hrig, To m Gi ll ie, Bo b Ewe n, W arre n Keller, Max Ba um gardner. Second row: J o hn Host , Bo b Hornyak, Kei t h Tho mpson , Ted Kurek, Bo b Davi d son, Gera ld Blackwell. Back row, sta ndin g : C oach Mend en hall, Dave Seasholh, J ack MacKenzie , Ji m W inters, Alle n J ackso n, Carl Bod e .

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Over eighty st udents participated in the intram ural basketba ii program directed by Mr. Baggot . Each department of the college wa s represented by a team in the season's play . Th e EIe c t ric a I De pa rt men t tea m won the first h a If of the Ie ague sche dule and were undefeated in so doing . The Aeronautical Department team d up licated this feat t o win the secon d half as the Electrica ls lost o nly one game

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A eros . In the play-off game f o r the school championship, the Aero t eam convin c in gly defeated the Electri cal team by a score of

34 to 2 I .

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Intramural Officials: Ted Denning , Mr. Haro ld Baggott, Ad visor; and Bob Davison.

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Th e Bowl in g Club during the pa st ye ar sponso red a 14-team , American Bowlin g Congress sancti one d, leag ue. Thi s is the la rgest number of team s the lea g ue ha s

At the en d of season party, the fol low-ing awards were made : Members of the winnin g team received the school intramural award , A . B. C .

had since bowlin g be ca me an intramura i champ ion ship award, and club troph ies. sport at Tech . First, second, and third hig h average Kappa Sigma Phi team won the fir st ha lf championship, and Radi o team won the second half cha mpionsh ip. With an overwhelming sc ore o f 2792 to 25 16, in-

trophies t o James Craven, Da vi d Craven, and Edwa rd Klodzen, re spective ly . First,

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t he sc hool c hampionship.

shida, and Ro b ert Masson , respec ti vely.

First row , sea t e d left t o righ t ; J ohn W . Bola m , David E. C raven , Ru <;sell S. Smith , Mr . Ro b e rt R. Marshall, Ma rion B. St ults , Ja mes K. Spitle r. Second row , standing : Don a ld Rogers , Earl Ogawa , Ja mes Ta ka kura , Dan Bilodeau, Be rna rd E. H eyl , Ed uardo A. Mella d o, C. K. Ma thew . Third row , stan d ing : Tom Kitano, Yas ut os hi Takush i, C arrel R. Ma rs hall, Wayne Ho g g , Enri q ue J . Padilla, Rub en Trujillo . r ou rth row, STan di ng: Jack Shumsky , Ro b ert H . Masson, Cha rles s. Szil i, D. R. Drung, L. M. lac ona, F. J . Klo d ee n, J a m es H . Tor b e-tt.

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First, second, and third high si ngle game trophies to Charles Szili, Robert Borne, and Robert Ni shida, re spectively. Most strikes trophy to Jam es Craven . Most spares trophy to Ri chard Mann. Most splits made trophy t o Edward Klodzen and M a rio.n St uIts, ti ed .

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Kappa Sigma Phi Championsh ip team , 1-r, Louis locana , Charl es Szili, Orvill e Kyl er, Capt., & Pau l Gardwin e. Not pictured, W illiam Tummey.

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INDIANA TECH PATRONS B. S. A. E. A ppenfeller, Russell N ., 1949 . . . •• . . . . . . • . . • Kansa s Bartolomeo , Dante E. , 1943 ( BSCE , 1947 ) . . . . . . M assachuse tts Br ic kha rd, J ack l. , 1948 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kan sas Brewer , Roger P. , 1942 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . Oh io Burton , Robert 0. , 1943 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Californ ia Can cler , Leonard, 1945 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wa shi ngto n Ceccarelli, J oh n F. , 1942 . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . New York Chaapel , Robe rt R., 1950 • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pennsylva nia Cosner , N orman D., 1942 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M ichigan Forrest , C . l., 1943 • . • . . • • . . . . . . . . . . . . N ew York Goulet , Jean L., 1949 . . • • . . . . . . • . . . . . . Californ ia Greena wa lt , J ames W ., 1950 . . . . . . . . . . . . Pe nnsylvan ia Greene berg , G eorge S. , 1954 . . • . . . . . . . . . . New Jersey Hamp shi re , W illiam J. , 1947 . . . . . . •. . . . . . •. Ohio Hazard , W i lliam S. , 1942 . • • . . . . . . . . . . • . . • • Ohio Kira co fe , J oseph F. , 1938 .• . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ca li fo r nia Kra sie nko , Henry , 1936 . . . • . . . . . • . . . .• • N ew York Kro ut , Elwood J. , 1954 . • . . . . . . . . . . • . . Connecti cu t N iere nberg , Byron , 1938 . • . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . N ew Yo rk Ricel George F., 1937 . . . . . • . • . . . . . . . . . Califor nia Wa di ngton , Wayne R., 1947 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N ew Y ork Weaver , Do na ld E., 1954 • . • . . • . . . • . • . . . . • • I nd iana Ve nesky , Bernard M . , 1949 . . . . . . . • . •. . . . Pennsy lva nia Vrabel Robert J . 1950 • . . . . . • . . . . • • . . . . . •• Texas I

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Pou ison, W i ll i am A ., 194 1 . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . Ohio Powers, Raymon d J . , 1951 . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . California Ridgway , Ed ward W. , 1950 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Penn sylv ania Ruest , Lu c ien J. , 1948 . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . M ichigan Scott, Henry B. , 1954 . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . • I ndiana Sinemus, Herman A. , 1948 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ind iana . . ... . . . . . . . . Ohio Si nger. J. Robert , 1949 . . . . . Stamo s, J ames C. , 1947 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • Connecticut Stura t , Joseph Eli, 1934 . . • . . . . . . . . . . . Pennsyl van ia Ta ylo r , Glen M ., 1954 . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . • • . Oh io Toews, Hen ry J . , 1939 . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pe nnsylvan i a Tryo n, Ph ill i p, 1954 • . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . N ew M exico Vanderlyn, Robert D. , 1951 . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . M aryla nd W a nzi e , A I bert F. , I 940 . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . Pe n n sy Iva n i a Watanab e , Masao , 1954 . • • • . . . . . . • . . . . . . . H awaii W oodbury, A l fred T ., 1945 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . California Yamada , J ames S. , 1950 . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . H awa ii

B. S. Ch. E. Cahalane , Ro bert W. , 1949 . . • . . . . . . . • . . . • . . Ohio Carr, Roger G., 1950 . . . • • . . • .• • . . . . . . . Il li noi s Dickma nn , J oh n F. , 1945 . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . Oklahoma Dr ews, M elvin H. , 1942 . . . • . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . I owa Gaggino , Regina ld V., 1952 . . •. . . . . . . . • • • . . Ohio Gelleny, J oseph J . , 1947 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C anada Ha skins, J ames B. , 1948 . . . • . . . . • . . . . . Saudi A rabia H o war d , Denver C. , 1948 . • . . . . • . . . . . . . • . . . Ohio lwen , A lbert C., 1954 . . • . . . . . . . . • . . . • . W isco nsi n Ko o s, Richard A ., 1950 . . . • . . . . . . . . • . . • • . I nd i ana M c A ioan , Robert W . , 1939 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N ew J ersey Reh me , Elmer W ., 1934 . . • . . . . . . . . •. . . • • . • Ohio Thom as, Gabriel S. , 1954 . . . . . . . . • • • . . . . . • Syria Thursby , N o r man G., 1939 . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . M ichi gan W ood , W illiam C. , 1949 . . . . . . . • • . . . . . . N ew York Yep , W illiam, 1942 . •. . . . . . . •. . . . . . . . . N ew York

B. S. E. E. A lthou se , Char les F., 1942 (also BSRE) . . . . . . . . California A nkrum , Paul D. , 1935 .• . . . . . . . . . . . . • . N ew Yo rk Baker , C l aren c e L. , 1940 { a lso BSM E) . . . . . . . N ew M ex ico Bar1on , J o seph F., 1951 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pe nnsy lvan ia Bechel , H omer L. , 1954 (also BSRE) . . . . . . . . . . California Benedetti, Henry F. , 1949 . . . . . . . . . . . . . M assachusetts Bishop, Harold W ., 1935 . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I ndiana Ch i n, Theodore W ., 1948 . . . . . . . . . . • . . . • . N ew York Conte , Edward A . , 1952 . . . . . . • . • . . • . . . N ew York Cook , Vernon C. , 1948 . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . California Emery , Ronald C. , 1952 . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ind iana Evan s, Lo dy E. , 1949 (also BSRE) . . . . . . . . . . . . Virg i nia Fi nnegan , Edward J . , 1952 . • . . • . . . . . . . • • . N ew York Ge ist , W ill i am H . 1934 . . • . . . . . . . . . . • • . . I ndia na Gerlach, Fra ncis H ., 1936 .. . . . . . . . .• . . . • • . . . Ohio Grigsby, Da le A . , 1942 . . . .• . . . . . . . . . . . . . Indiana Ha ll , W . Donald, i 949 {also BSRE) . . . . . . . . . . . Virgin ia Hanu sch ak , M ichael, 1938 . • . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . Ohio Hart, Eugene, 195 1 • . . . . • . . . . . . • . • . . • • . Kan sas H ermo sill o , A lfredo , 1946 . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cal ifor nia H icke y, J ames B. , 1950 . . . . • . • . . . . . . . . . . N ew York H iraoka , Fred A . , 1946 ( a lso BSRE ) . . . . . . . . . Cal ifornia J undt , J ohn E. , 1953 . • . . . .. . . . . . . . • . . Rhode Isla nd Klein, Euge ne W . , 1949 . • • . . . . . . . . . • . . • . • . Ohio Koczot , J ulius , 1947 . . . . . • . . • . . . . . . . . . N ew York Landa n, Robert M . , 1943 . . . . . • • . . . . • W ashi ng t o n , D. C . La sta nsk os, Da niel A., 1951 . . •. . . . . . . . . • . ???????? M a isel , Edward F. , 1950 . . . . . . . . . . . • • • . . . • . India na M c Donald, W alte r J. , 1952 . . . • • • . . . • . . . . . Virg i nia M eng a ni, Carl , 1949 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N ew York M ichel sen , J oh n E., 1951 . . • . . . . • . • • . . . . Ca li f o rn ia N euhauser , Do na ld, 1948 . . . . . • . . • • • . . . . . M ichig an N uss , Raymond J. , 1951 ( BSRE, 1952 ) •. • • • • • • • •• Ohio ~

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A ntico, J ohn P., 1949 . . . . . . . . . . . • • • . • . Penn sylv an ia Babyak , An dre w H. , 1949 . . • . . • • . • • • • . . Pennsylvania Bateman , Gordo n C. , 1951 . . . • • • . • . • • . . . . M ichigan Bath. Cli fford K., 1949 . . •. • . • . . • . • • • • . . Penn sylv ania Brown , A rt hur F., 1948 . . . . • . • . . . . . . . . . . . . Oh io C Ia s, W iII i am C .. 1950 . • • • • • . • • . • • • • . . . N e w York Dillard , Don L. , 1952 . . • • • • • • • • • • • • • . M ississippi Dona ldson J oseph L. , 1948 . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . .. Ohio Dumas, Ra ymond J ., 1940 • • • • • • • • . • • •. M as sachusetts Ellis. C har les M ., 195 1 . . . • • . . • • • • ••••. . . . In dia na Erbe , C. J., 1949 . • • •. • . . . .• . . • • • . • • . . I ndiana Fitzgerald, Corne lius J ., 1950 . • . . . . . . • • . . . . . Kentuck y Foley, Ro b ert J. , 1949 . . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . Ca lifornia Giun ta , A lma H ., 1950 . . . . . . • •. •• •• •• . C onnecticu t Greco, Claudius A ., 1949 .• • . • . . .. . •. . • . Penn sylvania Greco, Samuel D., 1948 . . • • . . . • • . • • .• • Penn sy lvania Gri ffit h . F. D. , I 950 . . • . . • • • • • . • • • • • • • • • . I ndian a Habegger , Ha rvey C., 1948 • • • • • • • • . • • • • • . I ndiana Ha ll, Lloyd E. , 1954 . . . . . . . • • • . . • . . . . . . . In diana H eas t on . Gay Ior d E. , I 940 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . W is co nsi n H oegler, W illi am C. , 1954 . • . • . • • • . • • • . •. N ew York H ull, Kenn et h, 1939 . • . • • • • • • • • • • • • •• •. . Il li nois Ja ckso n, George L., 1949 •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • . M ichigan Ja cob, J ohn H. , 1952 . . • • • • • • • • • • • • • . . . Ind iana J olie, Eugene W ., 1951 . . • • • • • . • . • • • • . Rhode I sl and Kan eshiro, Carl Kaichi, 1954 . • • • . • • • • • • • • . . . H awa ii Klei n, Joseph, 1949 . • . . . . . . • • • .• • • . . . N e w Yo rk Lee , Robert S. . 1948 . . . . • . . • • • • • • • • • . . . . Ohio Lowry , N ed E. , 1948 • • • • • • • • . • . . . . • • • • • W isconsi n Lundgre n , Robert S. , I 95 I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New Yo rk M acinnes , Ja mes C. , 1940 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Pennsy lvan ia M an c a , E. J oh n, 1951 . . . • • • • • • • • . • • • • . Connect icu t M anrow , J ack F., 1948 . . . . • • . . • • • • • • . . . M ichigan M cGa r'y' , J oseph F. , 1939 . . . . • • • • . • • . • • • • • . . Oh io M c N ickle, Lew is Scott , J r. , 1949 •• • •• • • • • • • . . Oh io M ercur io, Salvatore , Jr., 1949 . • • • • • • • .• •. N ew Yo r k M iller , W . Virg il, 1952 . • . . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . . Oh i o N evenzel , Jay, 1949 . . . • • • . • • . . • • . • •• . . • Te xa 5 Olms t ead. H arvey L. . 1954 • • • • • • ••• • . • . . . Kansas O lson, Evere tt A ., 1947 • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• • • N ebraska Perrott i, Patsy J . , 1952 . • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• C o nn ecticu t Peterso n, W alter A. , 1954 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . Vi rg i nia

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B. S. R. E. Bigelow , J . Fo rre st , 1945 • . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . • I lli nois Bird song. Lewi s F. , 1952 . . . . . . • . • • • . . • •. • • . Texa s Chen, W u, 1954 . . • . • • • • • • • . . . . • • • • • • . Ch i na Childers, Fr ank M ., 1949 •• . . . • • • . . . . . . . . . . Flor ida Fensler, W illi am E. , 1941 • • • • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oh i o Fletcher, W illiam B., 1938 • •• • . . . . . ..•• . . N ew Jersey Friend, J . L. , 1949 . . . • • . • . . . . . . . . • . . . Ca li forn i a Gau. Le onard P. , 1953 . . . . ..• • • . . . • . . • . . M ichigan Hendric kso n, E. E., 1948 •. • . • • . . . . • . . . . . . Idaho H opper, Ra ymond H .. 1949 . . . . . • • . • . • . . . • . Ten ne ssee Kelley, Elt o n P. , 1949 (also BSEE ) . . . . . . . . . C onnecticu t Konishi, M asao, 1950 . . . . . . . • • . • . • . . •••. . Ill i no is Larson , Grant W ., 1949 . • . . • • • .• •. • • . . . M i nnesota Lee, M urre! D. , 1949 . . • • . • • • . • • • • . . . N o rth Carolin a Li beratore, Do nato F., 1948 . • • • • . • • . . • • . . N ew Y ork Lim a , E. J . T., 1948 . . • . . • • • . • • . . • . . ... . Ind iana M cCullo ugh, Joseph H., 1953 .• • • . • • . . . . . . . N e w York M ina t oya, Robert J ., 1952 ••• . • • • . • • • • • • • • • . Hawai i Rice, Kei t h E. , 1949 . . • • . • • . • • . • • • . • • •• . . Oh io Sanders , Robert , 1937 . . • . . • • . . • • •. • • • • • • Indiana W arre n, W m. W a ll ace , 1951 • • • . . . • • . • • • • •. Virgin ia W edel, Edwi n L. , 1952 . . • . . • • • . . . . . • • . . . . Texas W on g , Bi ng G., 1949 . . . . • • . •••• • . • • • • • . • A ri zona You ng , Lt . (Jg ) M ark E., 1953 • . • • . . . . . • • • . Cal ifo rni a Y okomo t o, Robert K. , 1953 • . . • • • . • • • • . . • . . Hawa i i

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