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good to be around when great deeds are done !

Those of us privileged to be at Tech during thi tran itional period will be challenged and timulated by the demands of this year of destiny. And yet, the phenon1enal growth of Indiana Technical College, resulting in the purchase and the approaching move to our new campu , in the improvement of our accelerated engineering program and in the addition of standard, four-year cour e in cience and mathematics, is only the inevitable effect of years of painstaking planning on the part of the admini tration, fa culty, student and alumni. Many wi e and patient people have brought u to thi

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and bear

it with

me. Archie T. Keene. July 31, 1956


MR. ROBERT C. R HL Dean

MR. CLYDE L. MELTO A

ociate D ean


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ACADEMI C COMMITTEE Left to Right: i\1r. Richard Dermer B.. E.E . ~ Mr. Ivan Planck Ph.D. ; Mr. Robert C. Buhl, M. .

MR.

c. A . OVERHOLT

Tr easurer and Business Manager

lVIR .

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S ecretary

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FRED H.

R LPH W. ~I. ., Indiana

GA R ER C. WRIGHT

RO I GER

G, Chai1 man, l\1Iathen1atic Department· A.B., Ball tate Teacher ni er .. i t : !VI. . Lehi gh ni ver _ity · Ph.D .. niver ity of Florida.

GARVER C. WRIGHT, Mathematics and Chemi try; B . ., Ball 1o lyn lanufacturing and up ply Company.

HODG 0 , Mathetnatic ~ A.B., Ball GEORGE A Indiana niver ity and niver ity of lVIichiga n.

College;

tate Teacher College; Engineer,

tate T eacher

College · Graduate

tudy

RADO A V RAKETICH Mathematic · Fore try En gineer Degree, Univer ity Yugo lavia · formerly, Vice Director in Fore. try-Hunt iu eum of H . L Kin g Alexander I Belgrade. CHARLE R. CARR, Mathetnatic ; A.B., cience and Mathematic , lVIiarni Univer ity; advanced ... tudy, Mathen1atic , ale ni er sity; M.A., lVIa th etna tic , Univer ity of Michigan; formerl in tructor, ni ver ity of Michigan.

RADO A

RAKETICH

CHARLE

R. CARR


ELLI E. LAWTON

RAILPH W. BRACHT

ELLI E. LAWTO , Phy ic · B.. , Univer ity of Roche ter · formerly at Syracu e Univer ity. RALPH W. BRA HT. Phy ic ollege.

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and Ph.D., Yale Univer ity ;

and Engineering Drawing · B.. , M.A., Ball State Teacher

LEONARD R. ETTER, cience and Mathematics; B.. Ch.E., Indiana Technical College; M.A. ( Phy ics), Indiana Univer ity. ORVILLE R. KYLER, Physic ; B. .E.E., B.S.C.E., Indiana Technical College.

LEONARD R. ETTER

ORVILLE R. KYLER


MARY E. WEIMER

MARGARET G. H UFF

MARY E. WEIMER, Chairn1an, English Departn1ent; A.B., Wittenberg College; of Pitt burgh ; formerly, In tructor at P enn ylvania tate College.

1ARY C. SwiiTH

LA. University

MARGARET G. H FF Engli h ; B.S. Ohio We leyan University ; 1.A., Uni ver ~ ity of lllin >i ~ : preliminary work for Ph.D.· formerly, In tructor at niver ity of lllinoi . lVIARY C. lVIITH, Engli h · A.B., .., mith College : tudy, Northwe . . tern University and Harvard U niver ity.

SARA R.

TIRLI G English· A.B., Ball

LA., U niver ity of Califo rnia~ Grad uate

tate Teacher College; M.S., Indiana Univer ity.

EARL D. MAYER En gli h ; B.A., B.S., in Education; M.A., Ohio State University. DARROW C. FO , Developmental Reading and En gli h; B . . and M.S. in Engli h and Educati on. University of Wi con in. •

SARA R. TIRLI1 G

EARL D. !VIAYER

DARROW C. FOX


EDWI

J. GRAHAM

GEORG E E. FR UECHTE ICHT

ROBERT L. KAAG

EDWIN 1. GRAHAl\I Indu trial Ianagement · lndu trial Con ultant; formerly, to the Manager, General Electric Company, Fort Wayne Branch.

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GEORGE E. FRUECHTE ICHT, En gineering Law; B.A. DePauw University; J.D., ern University Law School; Attorney-at-Law.

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orthwe t-

ROBERT L. KAAG, Economic ; A.B., Kenyon College; LL.B., Indiana University.

LEE F. BERNHARDT, En gineerin g Drawing, P.E. ( fechanical and Electrical Engineering). Con ulting Engineer· formely, upervi or of Design, General Electric Company, Supercharger Division. WILLIAM DANFORD, Engineerin g Drawing ; Design Draftsman, General Electric Company.

LEE F. BER HAJRDT

'W.ILLlA 1 DA FORD


eronautical engineering ha a umed an i1nportant place in pre ent-da manufacturing. tran portation and communication. The training at Tech includes thorough in truction in 1nathematic , general science and engineering dra\ving. The cour e offered at Indiana Technical College make po ible a career in de..,ign and production of all type of airraft the de elop1nent of airport experimental development.. and ale . A graduate may enter any field_ fro1n re earch to testing . fro1n drafting to production. The ever increasing advance in thi field include rocketr j et and the n ew satellite and present new challen ges to the engineer of the future.

BE JAwti

L. DOW

DO ALD C. VALKE IA

BE 1-AMI of

L. DOW

Chairman, Department of

eronautical Engineering; B.. Ae.E., Virginia

Polytechnic In titute · Graduate

tudy 1ohn Hop-

kin Univer ity; 1et Propul ion Re earch, Glenn L. Martin Co.· M. .Ae.E.~ Univer ity of Michigan. BE t ETT L. KEMP ~ eronautical Engineering and in charge of Wind Tunnel· B. .Ae.E. · Indiana Technical College fonnerly flight re earch engineer and in charge of wind tunnel of ikor ky Aircraft Corp., Graduate tud

Univer ity of Michigan.

DO LD C. VALKEM ~ Aeronautical Engineering B.. Ae.E. Indiana Technical College. 20 •


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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING WILLIAM ALARID WILLIAM BAKER HARRY L. BAKER, JR . HE RY BELTMA N CARL BODLEY

WAYE C. BOHA 1 A MICHAEL BOWE FORTU ALO F. CATALDO D01 ALD E. COULTER RICHARD E. DAWLEY

HE RY DE LA RO A WILLIAM R. DU KELBERGER GE E B. DURA 0 WILLIA f EBERT GEORGE EDG E

RICHARD ERICK 0 PETER ESBE SE JIMMIE D. GARD DO ALD GA UGLER DAVID GESS ER

A!VI GIAVARA JAMES E. GOT H GUY S. CUR KI TUSTO!VIA HIRO AGA ROBERT HUT 0

l\IIICHAEL KAT,:\ IK BOHOAN W. KULCHYCKYJ SIEGFRIED BRU NENKA UT THEODORE K. SPITLER LESLIE KOLSTAD

LARRY KUGLER CHARLES J . KWACZALA , JR . RO ALD LA CASTER MA RICE LAI DFORD DO MARTI

CHARLES MOE I G JIM MORELLI DARREL NEAL D. J. RAJCHEL ALFRED RATHMELL

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING First Row: WILLARD RO GERS GERALD C. ROLLI S GEORGE SCHRAER FRA K SEASHOLTZ IVARS SP ECHTS

S econd Row: THOMA S A . TOMAI E ELMARS VIESTUR S L . R . WADEKAIMP ER MARK WER ER BILL W EST

Third Row: PAUL A WILSO N ROBERT WIND ROG ER WINEBARGER JOH WYCHE A TO 1 J. ZADEL

AERO STUDENTS NOT SHOWN John R . Anders J an J . Andruszko Ramon E. Anspach H arrold L. Auer W alter G. Bagley, Jr. orman L . Beeler Dennis E. Belling Homer E. Basset Donald R . Bess Richard E. Bender W olfried Blumfeld Meredith Br istol Joe E. Cooley Dale G. Cutter Allen F . Cull en, J r. Ellison R. Church

Richard B. Doner William C. Drachslin Charles F . Fisher R onald D. Fryback Leonard P. Frank Akiha ru Fuk umoto Anthony J . Gies J ohn A . Girman R obert J . Gornstein Gerald E. Goodblood Elmer Grone J ohn E. Gilbertson Richard M . H all Gordon M . H arp er Tommy H ampshire

Duane G. H offm an Raymond T . Hoffman H arold R . H eber K enneth 0 . Huebschman [rving Kardonsky Kenneth E. Kern Halbert D. Krediet E ugene Lane Theodore J . La Borde oel E. Leitzman George R . Li Charles E . McAneary Daryl G. Morris David L. Mort Michael Olear , Jr.

Robert J. P ellack, Jr. K enneth D. P oor e Carl E . Rhoda Geor ge A. Sefton Clyde H. Shelton Dale E. S tevens J ohn B. Stukenbor g Charles T . Suerth Al io ~1. Tuiofu Rob ert D. Walley P aul A . Wilson Hollis Van Young Carl J. I annaci Israel M . Guterman Chris G. Kuenneth

Grooming Flying Club

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Foundin g member of the ARS.

AMERICA N ROCKET S OCIETY

The member of the AR on a fi eld trip to one of the leading jet propul ion laboratorie .

The Fort Wayne Section of the American Rocket ociety ha everal member from Indiana Technical College. Thi organizatioi1 is compri ed of stude11ts who have an interest in guided n1issiles, rocket , and other pilotle aircraft.

Expert in the field of r ocketry speak at the monthly meetin g of the AR S.


One of the ne\-\re t hranche of engineering~ Chemical Engineering ha advanced rapidly. Practicall all indu tr in orne tage of proce ing~ development., or Inanufacturing must depend upon men with a knowledge of chemi tr . Today there are highly pecialized and di er ified field uch a Ga Metallurgical Cerainic , and P etroleun1. Because of its being the basic techn ology underlying the development and operation of virtually all indu try, Chemical Engineering will realize even greater growth in the ear to co1ne .

TOD B. DIXO

WILLIAM E. D AH E CHARLE D. DILT

TOD B. DI 0 Chairman= Department of Chemical Engineering· B.S.Ch.E., M .. Ch.E., and Ph.D. Ch.E., Ohio tate Univer ity · form erly chairman of Chemical Engineering Department. Pratt In titute, Brooklyn ew York. WILLIAM E. DONAHUE, Chemi try; A.B., Bradley U niver ity; M.S. State College of Wa hington · Ph.D., Lehigh Univer sity. CHARLE D. DILTS, Chemi try· B. ., Marion or mal College~ A.B. Indiana tate College · M.A., Indiana Univer ity.

10 EPH W. CRA MER Chemical Engineering· B. .Ch.E., Indiana T echnical College· M.A., Wa hington Univer ity. IRVI G J. WEI STEI , Chemi try· B .. , Carnegie In titute of Technology · B .. , Library cience, We tern Re erve Univer ity · M.Litt .. U niver ity of Pitt burgh· Gradua te .. tudy Univer ity of PitL burgh.

JO EP H ~' - R N::vi ER IRVI ' G J . WEI TEIN


CHEMICAI.J ENGINEERING

0 CAR ARANIZ VINCENT BI A OR JOH N BROBET CO SU ELO L. CIF U拢 TE TOM DAVI

PH IL Ii\L DAJI RICHARD J . FR E H A THO NY J . GIORDA NO GUILLERMO GAR CIA J . GUMB ELEVIOUS

EDWARD P. G I 路no I ALBERTO HAYTADO ALVI JO EPH JACK D. KA FNIA BRIA . KELLER

TONI LEMA JO SEPH P . LI TEA:U ROBERT MAS ON ROBERT C. McCARTHY WILLIE 0 . MILLER

DA IEL F. 1 RPHY CLARENCE A. AYO 1 ... GUSTAVO NINO PAUL ROBERTS THOMAS S. PRICE 1

ER EST G. TEELE JOH L. TISDALE GORDO VA DERVELDE DO ALD L. WISE BILL WOOD ON

JAMES P. BROWN RO NALD COULTER CARRELL MARSHALL THOMAS MILLER 25


The development in the various branches of engineering has created new problems in the design and construction of buildings, high1vay , airports and other tructures. The Civil Engineer is meeting the demands of our present age with new methods and ideas. Even though Civil Engineering is the oldest of the field of engineering it continue to gr ow and develop and provide opportunities for men of •

VI l Oll .

ROBERT C. R HL

WALDO E.

WILLARD H. STEVE 1SO

LBERT, JR .

ROBERT C. RUHL Dean· Ch airman, Department of Civil Engineering; Chairman Academic Com~ mittee ; B.S.C.E. M .S.C.E. Purdue Univer sity. WALDO E. ALBERT JR. Aer onautical and Civil En gineering; Olivet College; B. .Ae.E., B. .C.E., Indiana Technical College · En gin eer ~ Curti Wright Corporation ; C.A.A . Primary, econdar y, and In tructor s' Pilot Certificate ; Rated Gr ound chool Instructor. WILLARD H. STEVE SON, Civil Engineerin g· B.. C.E. Purdue Univer ity P.E., Graduate tudy Univer ity of Illinoi · formerly De ign En gineer_ American

teel Dredge · Con ultin g Engineer. 26


CIVIL ENGINEERING JOH AI. ARIA OUT 0 WILBUR AURB ULT ROBERT L. BABBITT A DRE G. BACHMA LEO BAKOW

JAMES L. BARNETT BILL BARROW LEON BEATY RO' ALD R. BO AR JOHN F. BRENN£

JAMES R. BROCK RO ALD C. BURTO F. WAY E CABBER DOYLE F. CAGLE JOH U. COO

EUGE E DAVE PORT RI CHARD DURGIN, JR . NABI R. FAKRODOI

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AMERICO F ALCIONI RICHARD A. FILLER

ROBERT T. FITZGERALD A THO Y J. FREELA D DAVID R. GERHARDT EUGE E L. COR UCH JA 0 GRO

M. GUERRA ROBERT G ITARD PHILIP M. GUSTIN WILLIAM H. G Y, JR . ROBERT M. HA DLY

JAMES HARA GOZO RO ALD W. HELM TADT PAUL D. HERALD HE RY HORWITZ RALPH M. H TTO

VER E F. JACOBSE JAIME LER ER JOH K. ABRAHAM RO ALD KAH _ JOE KR E~1PL

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CIVIL ENGINEERING H A. ROLD LA URILA H-\RRY L. LE TTZ THEODORE LEGAKI GERALD LI DAHL ALYI L. EAL

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F. \JICH L ..

FRA K B. lA 11 JG ER I£ T A. [ARTH DO 1ALD G. :MA ITH EI E ' RODERICK ~'l cKEE

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J. :MEAGHER CALIXTO C. ~1EJ IA ED UARDO D. l\1ERLA NO ~~IAR VI r MILTO . PAl1L F. :\IOFFETT

JO H B. ~I O TEITH JOH T C. lEA OR. JR. :MOHAMED ABID MOHID LE\\'1 NERI JOHN ' IEHAU

SA.\I PATELL EDVl AR D Tvi . PLEU WILLI . PRIBBLE :MARIA 10 G. REVILLA JA~<IE P. RIDDLE

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GEO RGE G. RILEY DO RO BAUGH ALBERT ROY :MA~RVI A. R UBIN ROBERT COTT

EUGE 1E COTT ALBERT HAPIRO WAY E SIMERMA LAIRD HTH WILLIAM G. STARCK

JO EPH TARR THEMISTO CLE S. T Al'tl JOH F. STEGE. JR. A GIE S SZKO ALI UKKARIYYAH

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YVER 0 THEODORE SZE TIVA YI HID EO TOYA 1A

GAROLD W . TAYLOR ROBERT W . TAYLOR JO SEPH A . TIGHE

CARLO

TOBAR PA UL TROIKE J OH

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DOY E W I LDlVLA JAfvi ES R . WALL DAV ID R. WIL

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CIVIL ENGINEERING STUDENTS NOT SHOWN Waldo Alb ert, Jr . Billie H. Allen Allen L. Anderson R obert L. Appleby Saston A. Aud et M ario F. Ba ire James R. Baker Richa rd Thomas Barton R onald A. Ba uman Don a ld K . Berger Win ton A.. Bethune R onald R . Black I vern C. Bootie J ohn H. Brickwad el Woodrow D. Brock Robert A. Brue J esse W. Bunch Boyd L. Byerly Michael A. Ceske Pitak Charosnsiri .Tames F. Chris ty Jr. Thomas L. Cieslica Forrest W. Coffer Pawquale D. Conti J ack C. Conway Alejandro Corren K enneth W . Covey

Nlanuel R. Crespo Syed A. H asn a in C. J. Cunningham, Jr. Paul E. Hayes William S. Davi Lewis B. H err Hu gh G. Denny R ob ert J . Hiester J oaquin A. Diaz-Gra na dos Bela G. High J ose G. Diaz-Granado Bob G . H odge R ob ert G. H oehn Emilio Doming uez P a ul J. Don alto R oland E. Hurlbert Glen L. Eaton R oger F . J shikawa William G. Ebert W ern er J astrzemb ki J ohn F. Ellett ils H . J ensen Geor ge A. Firth Daniel J . 1erma no J ames R. Fra mbe Hugo Kaya no R ay B. Fryer , Jr. Raymond P. K ell y R obert E. Gatz Lee R. K enyo n Karalil V. George Jack D. K ers tetter Tajammul R . Gill Frederick M. La Bree Martin W. Gladish Richard D. Lamb Thomas A. Goeb el Steve Lanik J ose J. Granati Jaime Lern er Russell H . Green K enneth W atr r en Lon g well George R. Griebel Geor ge Lorandos Francisr.o J . Guerra George M cCubbin Bill W. Hagerma n William F. McDonald J aiCk W. Hagerman 1ohn C. Maccagnan Lloyd C. Hart Anthony S. Maniscalco

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Marvin M. Marsh, II Lusian o Manta Karim N. Mawlawi Lion el C. Maxwell Alfonso M on till a R oger Moody Lavern E. M oser Allan R. M ourillon Gene L . eff H ar old ielson Matrvin C. ielson, J r. Arthur E. obi William M. obis Do uglas G. utt Stewart M. Nutt Donald M. Oishi Ro bert E. O ligney Wilbur L. Overholt Edgar G. P anteja Edualrdo A . Parra Win P e K enne th T . P emberton Tho ma Rahman F a bie R estr eoe Thoma E. Ri ley P a blo Rivera

F abian San Mig uel, Jr. T eoma n M . Satrabi Charle Sem lich J ames E . Serpanos Leo n F . Sevigny Gord on R . Simmon Emil C. Sommerfeldt Vance L . Stan hope Willia m G. Starch R obert A. zer ejko William J . Szma n ki Melvin S. T a ma hiro P a ul R . T aylor Alfredo E . T cheraesi Wilbur Eugene T olli ver H erb ert .Al. Und erwood R en e M aurice Via nney George E . W ea therfo rd J ohn C. W ebb Dennis S. W eir Bernard Whitcomb William R. White R oger E. Whittig Paul A. Wilkie R obert W. W olfe Alfon o V . Y e p e~ R o1larnd R . Zura


The

incr easing utilization

of

electrical

power in this country n1akes immense deJnands on the professional Electrical Engineer. H e n1ust know h ow to select design, work out econ omic and production. H e is the mastermind in the field of communication, as evidenced by today s modern telephon e. The skill and cr eati ve ability of the Electrical Engineer transfor1n

theor etical knowledge into prac-

tical service to meet the challenges of the future.

RICHARD DERMER , Chairman Department of Electrical Engineerin g; B.S.E.E., Indiana Technical College, P.E. formerly with General Electric Compan y in T estin g and Experimental Laborator y.

HARLEY J. NETHKEN, Electrical Engineering; B.S.E.E., Highland Park College 路 M.S. Iowa State College; formerly ch airman of Department of Electrical Engineering Loui iana Polytechnic In titute.

MAU RICE A. SIMMONS Electrical Engineerin g; B.S.E.E. B. . R.E., Indiana Technical College.

RONALD D. H UGHES, Electronic Engineering; B.S.EI.E.: Indiana Technical College.

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ELE C TRI CAL ENGINEERI NG JACK ALT WALTER BA CON IRVI E BA K VER 0 BA G DANIEL BARRY JAME BE DER JACK BEVERI THOMAS BICKI fER ICK A. BIRBILI GERALD BLA KWELL KE ETH E. BLUME FREDDY BOLTO RAYMO D H. BO D ROBERT BROWN HAROLD V. BOOTHE H. D. BROW I G EL fER J . BRIGG RICHARD W. BRUMMIT WILLIA1\1 CALHO U ROBERT CAMPBELL BILLY J. CARR ROBERT J . CA EY ROBERT CA TLEBERRY, JR. JOSEPH CAVALIER PETER J . CHA G GLE A. CLAPPER ALFONSO A. CORTE JAMES CREECH C. W . CREEL WALTER M. CROCKER CLYDE DAVENPORT WILLIAM R. DA VI FOUAD M. DEEB CHARLES H. DeFORD LAVER D. DELZER JOH C. DePRIE T DO

DeWILDT JOSEPH F. DYER RICHARD EDDY EUGENE ERPELDING GALVEZ 0 . ECHEMEJNDIA LYLE FAJE

KURT FISCHER DO ALD B. FORI TER JOH F CH FRA K F TAL ALA R. GA L TO I GA R LLOYD W. GEER KE NETH R. GERHARD TEl FRED GESELL HERBERT GILLE WILLIAM GORDEN JOHN T. GRIFF! EDUARDO GUERRERO MITCHELL HALL WILLIAM C. HALL WILLIAI\1 H. HA fBRO CK RICHARD HA E JOH HARPER


ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING GEORGE HART WILLIAM C. HARTMA WILLIAM H. HAWLEY DAVID L. HILEMA TEPHE F. HOLLICK MUHAMMAD HA AI EDWARD G. JARAMILLO ARTH R J . JOH 0 GORDO L. JOH 0 R ELL JOH TO JO EPH KOHRl\1A ROBERT . KA FMA MARIO L. KELLY ALFRED K OLL ELWOOD R. L~AK 0 LAJWRENCE LaCOTTI FRA K LAIZA ALBERT LeBLA C AYELl 0 VIDAL J AME J . LIESER B D H. LOVEJOY RICHARD MA T R. E. ~IAR C HIO DA , JR . E. A. MAR H HE RY W . fcCL RE FER A DO McLEA HARLE B. MEYER RICHARD W. MOORE ROBERT MULLI PETER MURRY 1

EPH . lVIURCKO GILBERT M. EALE FRED OVAK KIERA1 O'F ARREL BILL OHMART A THO Y 0 TRO KI

MERLE C. PFEIFER RICHAJRD E. PFEI FER JO E A. PI EIRO RICHARD A. PLISKA RICHARD PUSTI KE TON E. QUINT, JR. G Y REECE CARL E. ROESSLER RO ALD ROWER DONALD E. SCHLA DRAFF TOM CHW E K J. ]. H M KY GLE F. MITH JACK MITH JAME MITH GEORGE TEAR CALVIN R. KEID RALPH J . SPA YO KE STEFFEN, JR . EAR EST TEPHENS, JR. DAVID A. STEVE SO A THO Y STOLL EA RL J. STREETER JOH C. T RTEVA T •


ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING JACKSO TALBOTT LOWELL D . TEMPLE ASAD M. THAHABEYAH STA LEY J . THOMAS CARL THOMPSON, JR. STEPHEN J . TR USIK CARLOS TORRES-SERGIO HORMAZ M. VA lA ALBERT A. WAITT LAtRE W . WER HOLM JOH WIL WILLIAM WILC C HARLE WILLIAM DO ALD WILLIAM S. DALE WIL ON VERLE F. WRIGHT, JR. JOH Y A KA I CH, JR. ROBERT YEZEK IVA HOE F. YOUNG

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS NOT SHOWN [o e Acee Hi ham F. Adham K evork S. Adourian J ohn J . Alt Theodore W. Alt Charle J . Arnett Stanley L. Babbitt Martin A. Bailey Robe rt T. Barker M. Ernest Barnett Gale Baumgartn er Clarence R. Beach J ohn E. Bohr J o e ph J . Bourdon J ohn A. Brob t Cla rk W. Brook Dale G. Brya nt Karl B. Buck R obert G. Butcher Chri top her J . Cain J ohn J. Carroll Danny Cartan Cecil C. Carter Ralph E. Case Robert E. Clark, Jr. Earl R. Colborn William F. Collins Ronald T. Cook Newman Corbett, Jr. J ose J . Co ta Edgar Cuevas James C. Cunningham Robert R. Curtice Jame P. Davenport

Earl Devlin J o eph A. Dicke r on Edwin E. Diller Robert E. Dudley Che ter W. Durnin Thomas F. Eichhorn Emmitt W. Evan Paul E. Eyler, J r. W olod ymyr F edoriw Samuel L. F olley, Jr. Bryan L. F oremarn Earl D. French Anthony E. Gall Simon M. Gar abed ian Franklin P. Gautier H ector Gonzalez Edward F. Gravitt Banjit S. Grewal Thomas W . Gu rr Arthur R. H a melwri ght Ralph S. H a milton H a rold M. H arakuni R obert L. Harkne eatl M. Haya hida Francisco A. H enn e sey David B. Hodge Ronald J. Hogan Dallas J. H ollman Colin M. H olme- haw Harvey D. J aving Edward L. J en ck Duane E. J enning Mich ael R. John on R ob ert M. J ohn on

William E. J a n e J a me W. Justice Kh a tchigsouk K a ra ma nou• g1an Shah M. Kh a•n Daniel Kirkha m, Jr. Rudolph lVI. KJ ei nsak J ohn W . K orp a l Ard ell B. K yler Jack L. La dig Milton F. Laiza Paul Al. Latsey H oward E. Lehr Bobbie L. Leipold Delbert F. Leonard J ohn J . Lineh a n Edmund A . Lobacz Donald A. McClain Thomas C. McCormi ck Richard A. McGuire Jack D. McPhealf on Ri chard A. Malott J onah Mann David B. Marsh all Lonnie C. Meadows J orge Y. Medovoi Paul M. Miike Gerald K. Miller Gerald W. Mille r J erold A . Miller William Milton, Jr. L yma n B. Moothart Khodar H. Mounkara R alph L . Mueller

Electrical Lab

harle D . Mule J o eph S. Murcko George E. Myer_ German arvaez Glenn Nichol on Trinid ad E. oriega P eter L. ortma n Harlow B. Olson H erbert W. Orth Anthony L. Ostro ki Edward A. Oudt Morris L. Owen, Jr. Anibal P alacio Pasquale L. P ar ente Willia m R . Paynter Duane J. P echace k Dona ld L . P eter Rodney E. P eter on Michael A . P orzio Harry L. P o tovoit Richard A . Redmond Donald E. Ri cha~rd on Robert J. Rivest Marvin A . Roger s Ala n H. Roggenbaum Jack V. Ruger Gen til Sanchez Richard E. Sarber Thoma C. Scalzo Donald L. Scbaadt George G. Schaffer J a mes L. chrock Loren D. Schroeder Thoma . chwenk

Eu gene G. cott David K . egawa Kuldip S. ekken • 1e tong eto Dean G. haw Ah K on g iew Robert G. im ~ Glen F. Smith LeRoy E. Smith J annes W. Sprou e Leonard J . S tenberg H enry F . Sterba Alejandro uar ez Robert E. wi he r Tamot u Taira Yasutoska Taka kura David J. T aylor ichola Thoma Carlos T orres-Sergio J o e ph C. T oshe Thomas E. U a i William J . Vele Albert M. Ve co Ben W. Ve t Avelino C. Vidrul Charles H. Von W einstein Dalmer Earl W agner J oseph B. Walton J ohn M. W a rdman Lothario M . Widmer William D . Wilgu orma n J. Willia ms Franklin R . Wil on Edward J . Z ole ak


Electronic Engineering i a highly specialized branch of Electrical Engineering and in the pa t few yea r ha produced an industry f uch importance that it i recognized a a fi eld of engineering in it own right which require trained peciali t . T o the Electronic Engineer i attributed out tanding development in uch r ealm a guided missiles, radar~ color tele i ion, electronic computer s radio communication. and atomic energy. The E lectronic Engineering curriculum is planned to pecialize a fundamenta l knowledge of electrical en gineering to cientific application in the field of electronics.

RALPH

. CAR 0 r

R HER G. P GE

RTH R B. PRI E

RALPH S. CAR 0

Chairman, Department of

Electronic Engineering; B. .E. E., B. .R.E., M. . E.E., Major in Communication,

nivor ity of Mich-

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igan, Engineer, formerly with Farn worth Televi ion and Radio Corporation;

raduate

tudy.

Indiana Univer ity.

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PRICE,

Ele tronic

Engineering¡

B.. E.E .. B . . R.E .. Indiana Techni cal College.

A RCHER G. PAGE Electroni

Engineering~

El.E .. Indiana Technical C llege.

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ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING GEORGE ABRAJIA I PE CER ALLE JACK D. ANSPA CH JOSE R. AZORE '' FRA CI D. HADER JOH D. BADOVI AC LE TER K. BEEBE IGM U D A. BIE ER RICHARD BOHA YCHECK JOH W. BOLA HERBERT BO LTO JO EPH F. BOWER ROBERT BOYETTE JOH T. BREITBART M. J. BRUTO DAVID BROW BLAINE BROYLES CHARLE 0 . CA!RTER GERALD A. CALLIE HAROLD A. CLICHE JAMES CLNEE DA IEL G. COLE RALPH H. COLEMA , JR. ROBERT L. COLLARD CALVI COLLIER KEN ETH R. CO LO EDWARD A. CO ER KAROLY CSIKO RICHARD A. COU RTNEY RAY DAVID CHARLES R. DA IELS HARRY L. DA VI HE RY DAVIS, JR . JA CK A. DEA JACK E. DEWITT AL A. DIELI JOH J . DETROIA BRYCE E. EILER J ULIUS B. ELLI DO ALD J . ERICKSO ROYCE F. EVA S EDWARD J . FABER T A LEY FISCHMAN LESLIE E. FRIEDLI E ALBERT R. GIB 0 STA NLEY GRAY DARRELL E. CREE R. C. CREE BLATT ARL E. HAl ER ER ST H. HA EMA HAROW 0 . HA TED L. HARKI ROBERT E. HARTMA JAM£ R. HAUS FELD GENE H. HEWETT CHARLES W. HI KL E JAMES A. HOPKI LAYMO HOSKI THOMAS L. HUNKLER HAROLD F. HU T


ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING HE RY C. H TCHI S MAURICE M. I GMIRE LY DO A. JARVIS EARLE L. KELSEY JA 1E P. KE DLE EL 0 D. KE

EDY

THOMAS E. KI G HAROLD G. KLUEV ER JO EPH A. LA CIVITA , JR. GLE LAYER DO ALD E. LA WT ICHOLA LE:\L JA i ES C. LI 1D EY WILLIAM D. LO DI 1 CARROLL A. LUBI SKI PETER . MALECKAS FLOYD H . MATTER E GE 1 E A. MA ER ItA.YMO D C. MeG IRE FREDERICK Ml IKE ELLERY L. MOORE MA M IR HONlER C. EFZGER JA~1 E H . O'CO ELL FER ALD C. PARE T DO GLA PARLI RALPH K. PARSO ROBERT JOSEPH PEA RICHARD C. PEDER 0 F.C.PE DLETO GEORGE H. PETERSO HARLE R. PI ER TED R. PYLA T MICHA EL L. Q E E ILLE KE ETH E. REE ER CHARLES REED WILLIAM E. RITTE HO E PEDRO RODRIGUEZ TED E. ROWE MARTI L. RU GE CARLOS S. SA CHEZ ROBT . J. CHOR TEl MAX A. SCHE KEL DO ALD E. SCHROCK JOSEPH J . SHECORA ROBERT E. SHERLI , JR. ER E T J . STIRR P CHARLE R. TOBART MA LY L. STORLEE RO ALD E. STRAIT WY E STUCLY MARIO B. STU LT JOH H. SWIFT !VIA UEL Y DALE L. TAYLOR ELDO L. TESKE AUBREY G. THOMA GREGORY TRIAL ILDE fARO RDA ETA RO ALD M. an DR FF

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ELE CTRO N IC S ENGINEERING PETER VARHOLA ROBERT A . VITT RO ALD G. WATT JA~IE V. WILLIAM 0 KE ETH . WI DISH ARL E . WI EL JAME F. WI T E R ROBERT YO E TI G CHARLES D. Y ELVE RTO ROBE RT D. YO U GER RICHARD E. Z RB CH

ELECTRONICS STUDENTS NOT PHOTOGRAPHED ha rl e · L . Adams Ei· hin M . Aka mier Emer y J . Allen , Jr. 1a rne · C. Allen or man A. And er on W alter W . Appel Cha rl e K . A ~ a to R obert E . A tk in ~on R obert E. Ba bb Tho ma · L . Ba lla ch Fra ncis A . Bar cher Walter W. Bartlett J a me~ Br3d y Bender J a me R. Berth old Leona r d A. Berkeland R onald A. Bla en H a rold V. Booth e Will iam F . Bor owski Ra lph W. Bracht Bruce D . Brown David C. Brown Larwr ence L . Burch , Jr. Lava r Burne tt J Llhn H. Butcher Dona ld A. Butterworth R obert E. Ca mpbell Billy arr. Jr. J a rn e L . Car on J o eph F . Cavanagh Go rdon E . Coen Da ni el ole orm a n P . Cup p Delma r R. or e J a rn e H a r nld Coval · k y Wi ll ia m A . Coyle K a ro ly C · iko , Jr. .Ta m s E . CuJ1 Doyt D. Da "ie La'rr Y L. Detw eiler Ph ilippe F . Doyon J a me H . Dunha m Daniel T . Dwye r H arold S. E isley, Jr. J a mes L . Ellert

J a mes C. E r vi n R omi e J . E rwood , Jr. J o hnn y E . Evan T ed L. Eve r o n H a rold M . F a nn ing Thom a E. Fi cu R obert L. Fisher Cha rle E . Fleck Geor ge B. F lint I va n E. F olken P a tr ick l\1. F ong Davi d Allen F nrn h il )1axwell L. F owler Lawrence L . Fuja R ay mond C. Fu co Wi llia m J. Gib on La rry M a ·ine Goodm an Ri ch ard L. G o e Jajme R . Go telipe R onald L. G ould J erry A. Gr een Ler oy G r een R ob ert E. Gund er on G rove M . H a milton H ar old L. H a nkins, Jr. Ri ha rd H . H an on Gord on . H art \';' illia m C. H a rtma n Gord on H ayes, Jr. R oy H ed ger , Jr. Cha rl e W . H eeter J ohn L. H e inze Edgar J . H endr ix Don ald . H enry I a mu H i ~a H erb ert H off man J err y L. H el inge r Donald 1. H oppel Larymen C. H o · kin Thoma L . Hunkler H a rvey J . Hunt W alter J . J ank ow ki Anton H . J essber ger

tudent Audio Proj ect

Bobby D. J ohn on Ri chard L . J oh n un Wa lter G. J orda n, Jr. R obert E . 1oyce M oha med S. K a rimeh H owa rd B . K el1 er Donald E. K etchu m )1alcolm E. King Cha rl es K lema n Freder ick P . La ndauer, Jr. H erb ert L. Lavenue Glenn T. Layer Albert J . LeBlanc Allen F. Lee orman P . Leona rd on W. J arrnes Lindley, II Jame P . Log ue David S . Ly barger Dona ld M. M cCoy Clyd e E. M cCr ay, Jr. Willia m M cF a ddin James A . M clnni J ack M. M cMullen J ohn F. ~fag uire R obert W. M anuel W a lter Marion , Jr. E dwa rd J . M a rklan d Albert R . Martin H a ru o M a t u naga H owarrd V . M ay E dwa rd D . M ayo H a rr y D. M erlino Frederi ck J . M imken R obert M onroe Bill y J. M ooney Fred eri ck P. Mower y Wa lter T. Murak a mi Cha rles D. M yer s H a n T. M yhre Carl L. a dea u Fra nklin J . a tivida d Anthony e to W a lter R. ewlon

H enr y I. ihei Wetzel oel Edward or ena Lo ui E. O 'Connell Charl e M. Oker trom Fra nk C. Oro peza W alter I. P alfk Lewi J. P ear sall Y.lerle C. P e iffer Dougla L . P erkin Davi d . Peter~on R al ph E. P eterson J o eph D . P olice Alwin R. Purvinis R aymon s I. Purvis Alva r o Quiros David W . Ray Cha rl e L. R eed K enneth P . R eed Gordon L. R ehmeyer P eter A . R eyes J ohn H. Rhind , J r . Will ia m J . Rich ey Willi a m E . Rid eout, Jr. R ob ert E. Rife Edwin E. Ri ley Burton . R obbin_ Juli an C. R oberts, Jr. J o e A. R odrigu ez R ob ert W. R oger R ay mond J . R yan J a me C. ag nis, Jr . Alb e r t B. Santini W alte r J. a pelli ChaTle C. a tt ler Ilgvar s Sa u a is Donald E . Schlaudraff D na ld E . c hofi eld Ri cha rd H . Schommer Leo n M . Sch ulz G eo r ge W . Schumac her R obert H . harp e, Jr. K enneth F . Short

Don ald B. iebold Carroll K. Simkins Donald K . Simkin Ri cha rd B. Simonic J ack T. impson Clar ence 1. Smi th Da niel G. mith ~1a ur ice E. mi th Ro K . mith Richard H. o ren en tephen pi hock Lynn E. tewar t R obert E. Stickel E nid B. torlee K enneth L . tutzma n K enneth L. Sublett Philip J . uri co o rma111 R . Swagler J o eph C. Swa in William H. Taylor Ca ton P . T ea sd ale Dona ld L. Timmerm a n Willia m L. Tinkel P a trick A. T outen M a un g T. Tun Michael Ugen ti Bruce L . Van Cauwenber g h E dmund A . W a dell , Jr. Albert } u. W a itt C lifford . W ech ler E ugen e F. Wiebke Willia m K . Wigner R obert L. Will hoff R obert A . Willi a m ~ Bill y Wil on Willia m G. Win che ter H ar old Worl ey R o be rt R . Wrenn Al bert H. Y a matmo t Robert . Yoe tin g Ca lvin W. Yo ng ~o be rt D . Youn g Da niel E . Zbo n ik

Electronic Lab


The field of Mechanical Engineering i

o

broad that no man can be an authorit

on

all of its branches. Consequently Mechanical Engineers tend to become specialists in chosen branches. Therefore the tudent is given a thorough background in the basic sciences. This fi eld i ver

ver

extensive for practically

manufactured article r equires the er v-

ice of mechanical engineer

both in the de-

ign of the machine on which it is made, and the factory operati on it elf.

I VA

HO ARD A. v[ CKLI RVID . DER 0 T

IVA A. PLA CK, Chairman Department of Mechanical Engineering; B.Ch.E.. B.. Ed., M. ., Ph.D. Ohio tate Univer ity. P.E. HOWARD A. MACKLI , Mechanical Engineering· A.B.~ Huntington College · M.A., Ball tate T eacher College· B.. M.E., Indiana Technical College· Graduate tudy, Indiana Univer ity. ROBERT MAR HALL General Engineering ubject ; Univer.. ity of Denver. B. . e.E.. Indiana Technical College, Graduate tud y. Indiana niveritv . •

ARVID A. ANDERSON, JR., Mechanical Engineering; B. .M.E. Indiana Technical College. ROBERT NYDER Mechanical Engineerin g; B.. M.E. Indiana Technical College; F ormerly, ervomechani m Engineer at Bell Aircraft.

A. PLA 1CK

R BERT l\ IAR H.ALL ROBERT

IYDER


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LESLIE ADKI S RONALD L. ALT HARRY W. ALLE HE RY AMAMA JOH A. A DER 0 , JR . RAFAEL A GEL AM EL BAROODY RICHARD BAR EY JACK E. BALKO TH :\I~ D. BE

HEL

FORE T BICKJ\10RE ROGER L. BIP E LOWELL BLO Nl ORMA BLO~ \f PA L B WER ALA

BOTT ThAlLLA

W. BREED£ LYLE BROW I G CARL BRYA T TH MA L. BRADFORD

JAMES BURTO WILLERT BULLERT JAMES BUGLES ALBERTO D. CASTRO JAME P. CAVA AUGII UK KU CHE MA RICE CARPE TER KAROL R. CHI ROBERT J . CE AK JO EPH L CHABOT .MEL I

CHE OWETH OWE COBBU I FRA K CO 0 I DO ALD COPE HAVER CARROL P. CORBETT

AR OLD I. COW A RICHARD K. CRIDER LAWRE CE G. CU T JORGE I),_ VI JACK DAVI ROBERT DAVI JAMES L. DAVIS WALTER DA LEY, JR. ALFRED B. DOCKETT J AME T. DOYLE REGINALD F. DOWNEY LAWRENCEJ.DRA CHAK JOH R. DUFF DA IEL D. EICHE AUER CLARE CE EICHMA


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CYRIL G. EL I GER LAWRE CE E. E GLER FRA CISCO E TEVEZ GORDO FERG 0 KE FROBERG R LPH J . FOX

DARIO PO ADA KE ETH W. F HR~I J G ILLER 10 GAR I LOR ~I GEORGE GHAZI BARAKEH H. C. GOLDE BAGE WILLIAM GOTTFRIED ~fA CK H. GLAZIER C Y GREE JOH

GRU HA ORJ\1A D. G Y ROBERT G "BERG JACK W. H GER~I lTHO~IA C. HA "EY

R GER J . HAYE PAUL . HER HEY WILLIS D. HICK:MA JO HILES LOUI HILGERT GEORGE A. HOEGLER BER LillD HOFF IAl KE 3 ETH HOGGARD THOiVIA HOOPER ROBERT C. H

L~IE

R BERT H Rt YAK J A~I E ~I. HOWELL DWIGHT W . H TER AHA I I. JA OTlK KURT F. JEP R BERT T. JO E

J EROME C. KALL BILL KELLER JA~1E

R. KIRKH FF

EDG R KOLB W. L. KOI ZE RICHARD A. KOBLE ROBERT KOZ~I ER JO EPH KOZLOW KI CHARLE KYLER Y

UF

. K RIAL STEPHE D. LaCROIX JAMES H. LA iB RICHARD D. LA GFELDT ROBERT LA WRE CE


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING BALDEV MA GAT RALPH NIA GE 1IARIO L. MARCHE E ROBERT C. MATHIA JA IE D. tlcCAB E H GH 1\Ir A

DAVID

1

I CARTY DO l\lc 01 \TA RI E f. ~l e D ALD RI HARD \ lcKE A

L<\RRY D. l\1IcKIBBE1 ROBERT E. ~I c IAKE r THO~IA Ni c PEDO TEPHE :\II ELEGA RI HARD D. IILLER JOH

:\IILE :\fAX

JIEAR ROBERT :\IORLEY JOE :\IROZOW KI

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J H RBY R. l\1 RTLA D DO MYER LYELL MYER PA UL EWHO U E FR EDERI K IOLA

OWOTAR KI

G. O'BRYA LARRY ODELIU LI WOOD OLIVER RALPH . RE D RF JA~IE PARTRIDGE

GE RG E PAYLO THO IA PAY E WALTER R. PFI TER DWIGHT PI KERTO G AR P LOA .. LEO J. Q I 1 JOH . R. Q IGLEY GEORGE B. REGA DO ALD RILEY ROBERT . RHY IER l\IA RI E ROCK PEDRO HODRIG EZ BER ARD ROME SIMO RUHL DOWARD RU YAN DARIO SALAZAR JOHN SCHLEMMER ROY E. SCHMIDT FRA CI L. HRAWDER GEORGE M. EME I K


MEC H AN I CA L ENG I N E E R ING R BERTO E TI ER L W'ELL W. HERWOOD ROBERT W. lVIURR GABOR OlVIOGYI EDI . SOWER , III R BERT P E ER E RGE EDWI R r LD D.

POHR TI !lPERT ROBERT A. TAHL HEWCH K D K RL E. CHW RZ EARL A. T EK

J II l

TER ERALD A. TEH 0 ART WEATLA D DO WEATLA D EO TA ABE J E A P AlVIPHILE

D ~OR I TE1 G ~ L YD THO~fA G RBAKLI H . THI D TED TR UDEL AL ADOR A. T E D TIEL L. WEI

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FRA K WHITTI GTO BLY A. WITTEMORE, JR. ALA WILKI BER ARD J . WIT ZAK LLE r WOOD R SEL WOOD EVERETT Y'">\G D KE ETH P . ZIEGLER THEODORE ZIT EY ILVIO ZU IGA JOE LIEGEY

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS NOT SHOWN Bernardo B. Abbadie ruradeen r. Abdool Aftab D. Ahmed Wayne R. Ambler Ed, ard r . rnalavage . . Ander on, Jr. Deleven Arnold hmad 1. il Ghazi A. Barakeh Richard E. Barclay harle E. Barn urn l'vfa E. Baumga rdner Roberto Belen Ronald F . Bend er . A. Beverford en Loward . Birchett Wayne F . Boehm R. F . Bohaychek Wallace C. Borchelt Richard E. Boyer Richard C. Brannan

Clarence B. Bran un Conrad R. Brault Franci E. Brohman Ronald J. Brouwer Harr y P . Brown Headley E. Brown Robert . Bucher Alan G. Burrough Fred . Byer Charle H . Carr Rodger A. Caylor Robert A. Chester Raymond E. Clark Plenn a Clear 1a me T . Coa1n Raymond L. Colechia Henry E. Conine Arthur D. Conn Jo~ eph A. Con onn i Donald A. Copenhaver Dale E. Craig

1a me W. Craig Robert J . Cramer Jame L . Creech Alfred E. Cumming Evangelos Damilati Frank J. Datti Dre" D. Daubner Daniel B. Dawley Harry J . Dell F. E. De fagi tri ~ Rolland R. De autel Behram R. Dhond y J ohn H. Donnell y Ronald E. DuPuy Ed gar Echeverri Clarence A. Ed all Walter W. Elli on William wf. Elli n Roy E. En minger Henrik F . E ken en Loren A. Findly

Pa ul R . F owerbau gh 1ohn R. Frazier Kenneth W. Froberg l\Ielvin Cad ette Vito V. Ga i ~Iun K . Go Tek C. Goel Dale R . Graft Edward P. Graham John R . Gray 1k hael L. Grim hal\v Dimitri Haddad Adn an A. Halabi Eldon L. H ansen Clyde T. Havey Earl E. Helm Lloyd . Hemming Donald B. H endricks )-'far tin J. Hermann We tley L. Holly Richarrl E. Huff

Elden W. Huttula Carlton J . Ingram Vartan I. J ambazian Harry J. J anzon J ay J arvi Jo eph J . Kalogeras T. K. Kehayieglou Borni D. Kerawalla Ronald Kerr Walter F. Klein Richard A. K ble Ri chard D. Kohl Donruld D. Lag a ~ie J arne . Lannan Steph en V. Libbing Jo eph P . Liegey Thoma I. fcCarthy Wilford L. lVIcDaniel Ray mond C. Iclntyre Wm. R. ~IcKinni Robert E. ~~I cNlak en


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS NOT SHOWN ~Iorre

F. Mad en Gerald E. Manuel R obert C. Mathias R obert A. Matthew Robert C. Meckley Kuldip Mehta Max G. Miller Geo. W. Millington D. Willfred Mills Thomas H . Milton Lester E. Mahney I ra H. Moore R obert J . Morell Robert H . Morley J esus ieve -Muller 3 hiv S. ij jar Wa1lter J. othaft F elix R . owotar ki Donald J. Oberholtzer Kieran J . O'Farrell

Cla renee . 0 hashi Clarence G. Olsen Thomas L. 0 ' eill J ohn F. O' Rourke W oodin H. Oswald Theron J . P a tton Edward C. P eck Billy J. P eel Arthur 0 . P eppler Genar o J . P er ez Dale R. P eter s Edmund L. Pier ce Richard E. Pi ero Luis A . Pinto Richard L. P itchford Daria Posada Charles F . P owell Etienne J. Prophete Stanley Puskarz Robert . Rhymer

Ear I R . R ichard Lui F. Riefkohl J o e Ri vera Maurice G. R ock Luis H . Rodrigues Howard L. Rorick Mehlon Rouch Arthur M. Rudek H . C. Sealfrank Carlos A. Sandoval Tomio Sato J ohn C. Schacht J ames L. Schlemmer Howard E. Schultz Stephen R . Sedore Thavi Sethawa t Charle G. Shaver Franci L. Shrawder J ohn Silsby Mahendra V. Singh

Thind C. in gh George P. in gleton Ralph H. i ko Che ter W. mith Gene L. mith R obert S. Sabonya Basil Spence G. M. Stankiewicz B. G. Stearns J ohn S. Stewart Terry L . Stoner J o eph J. S udel Gary E. Suter Huss Sway Ronald L. wint Frank Szinger J ames M. T akak ura P aul J . T anaka Glenn A. Teffea u Walter P. T ittman

fartin A. T obi n 1anuel F . Torriente . J . Trizin ky, Jr. Edwin Turan ky Wesley K . Van coy Adolt Vartanian Gene F. Votaw Sammie K . Walker R obert S. William M. Marion Wi l on William L. Wilson T . B. W ojaczyn ki P ao H . W ong R ichard . Wong Loren E. Woodworth Walter C. Wray. Jr. Guy C. Wright, Jr. Stanley S. Y umen J ack M. Zartman

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS NOT SHOWN David . Anders 0 catr A r an iz Victor L. Banichar Lawrence R. Bel court S·t ephen R. Boggs Carlton L. Bordies Roy A. Burgess Mario E. Canedo J ames P . Cr adler Charles L. Crawford Bimol K . Datta R onald K. DeWalt Delbert A . Didier Vincente P . DiFillippe

Le ter C. E hre mann R obert D. F ai rchild Car l F errante R eginald F ortune Gilman C. Gerard Edwarrd Guindon , Jr. Thomas L. Haley orman Z. Halpern Leo J. Hurick Alberto Hurtado Erne t K enkars J ohn W. Knighton Alvin L. Longbr ake J ames H. McGowen

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Thoma :Niindock Vello olvak Edward L. ovitski Elijah 0. Odokara Maurice W . Olive r David L. P at terson J or ge M. P er eira Owen J . P orr Iva n . R oude Francis M. Sciarra Dougla L. Senecal LeR oy E. Wickliffe ilvio Yepe Alton A. Ying


After getting away to a bad ta rt, Indiana Tech'

1955-56 ba ketball

team came through with the mo t ucce ful ba ketball sea on in the hi tory of Indiana Technical College. The 14 won, 7 lo t record of thi year better the 13 won 6 lost record turned in by the Warrior in the 1954-55 ea on. A highlight of the

~ ea

on wa the

vi tory over Vincenne College by a

76-64 core which broke a 15 game winning streak of Vincenne and al o gave the Warriors weet reve11ge for a defeat earlier in the ea on. W ith the regular fron1 the preced-

COACH :\fCRRY :\IE ' DE 1H LL

... tanding :

uach .\Iende nh all, P elic. Graft. .Yla rtin, Byer ~ ,

Ba umgardn er , Gillie,

ffer , Williams. Kneeling : Ka ll , Bye rlr, mith , Bode.

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ing season backed up by very promising newcomers, Tech Warriors shaped into a precision basketball machine by midseason winning 13 out of the last 16 games. The Warriors had two winning streaks of five and six in a row to help obtain this fine record. The Warriors also turned out the tallest team in Tech history with this year's team averaging over 6 feet. •

'

Bode drives and scores

.


Fan applaud good play

EASON~s

Off to a good tart a Baumgardner core -:~o Ander

RECORD We

They

on • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 71 99 ·*Ta lor.... .. ............ e1 99 Findlay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 103 Concordia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1OS 77 Franklin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 86 ·:: Earlham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 79 Oakland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 72 Vincenne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 83 *Lawrence Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 73 -:fOakland City . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 90 -:~- Huntin g t on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 74 ,...,,6 ·· v·1ncenne .... . .. . ...... . 64 Tri-State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 89 Ander on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 75 Hanover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 72 ·::- Tri- tate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 70 Lawrence Tech . . . . . . . . . . 79 64 Huntington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 88 * Bli s College . . . . . . . . . . . . ] 09 **99 *Concordia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 65 ~~Ma nch ester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 87 Won 14 Lo t 7 Percentage .667 J·.

*Home game . * * 0 ertin1e.


INDIVIDUAL SCORING Field Goal

Player

Bode ....... . Byerl . . . . . . . Bau1ngardner . Gillie . . . . . . . . Graft . . . . . . . . Smith ...... . Willian1 ... . Byers . .. .... . Cotter ...... . Martin ...... . P elic ....... . Kall ..... . . . Lewi • • • • • • Stevens • • • • Casey • • • • • • Total • • • • •

Coach get

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Free Throw Total Scored Attentpted Point

29

471 366 218 221 233 182

43

93

9

17

31

3 5

16

29

22

0

2

2 0

6

9 8

10 10

9

0

18

0

0 2

5

2

1

1

3

3

722

430

704

1808

188 140 78

88 80 81 36 11

95 86 62

131 144 97

45

93

73 17 23

110

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The Fencing Club wa organized with the purpo e of ft11thering the intere t of fencing. Both novice and advanced fencing student n1ake up the club and are given expert in,truction by Henry Wahl. During the past ea on everal n1atche were arranged with the Tech ters winning fron1 Culver Military Acaden1y and lo ing to Ca e In titute of Technology, Notre Dame Univer ity, and Indiana Univer ity.

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dropped three during the pring ea on under the up·

ervi ion of Profe or Ben Dow. Newcon1er Willian1 Taylor, Ken Stutzman, and Bob Brue held down num· hers one, two and three positions on Tech' Team with po itio11

four and five occupied by veterans Pete

Chang and Bill Crouch. Te h turned back it fir t three opponent of tl1e ea on for a fa t tart. The e con i ted of Taylor twi e by

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ever, Tri- tate gained revenge by beating Te h the la t three meet of the eason by core of 12-6, 12-6, and 12-3.

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2 12 12 Franklin ... . ...... H 0-10 11-11 14 Manchester I 2 ) .... rf 17 1 17 .Anderson .. . ..... . l ' 7 6 20 Franklin ..... . .... 1' 2 4 24 Tri-State .......... H 16-0 1-7 28 Huntington ( 2 ) .. .. H 5 Tri-State .......... T (Rained Out) 8 Hunting ton ~ 2 ) .... T 4-6 5-7 11 Anderson ......... .H 9 13 15 Manche ter ........ H (Rained Out )

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The 3 won 8 lo t re ord turned in by the 1956 team by no mean how the true tory of the season. Although the team consisted of about two-thirds rookies, the boys did a fine job. A rainy sea on added to the handicap of the boys with even one game being played during a now torm (Anderon ) . But for a few break , it could have easily been a 7 won 4 lo t ea on as Tech dropped four games by one run. However the eason had it -- bright pot

too. At the fir t game of the ea on, J oe To che , the fir t man up, hit the fir t ball pitched for a home run to tart things off right a Tech won the opener from Franklin 12-2. Tech al o laced Huntington by a 16-1 core. Neff fini hed the ea on with a .406 batting average followed by To ches with .344, Balckwell with .323, and Roarhig with .313. Neff wa elected captain for the 1957 seaon.

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eason wa light, five departmental tean1 were

organized, with Electronic ]Jeing the only department not turning out a tean1. However, the con1petitjon wa · kee11 and a good ea on wa enjoyed hy all participant . The Electrical tean1 en1erged victorious by winning all it gan1es.

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Indiana T ch tean1 " n t\v 1neet an l dr pped t\VO during the pring ea on. 1noo th

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Ohio played the nw11ber ne position on Tech t an1. J an Andruszco a junior fron1 Ca1nbridge Ma . \Va in the nu1nber two pot. Veterans fron1 tean1

re of S-4. In the foll owing conte t

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Captain Mer dith Bristol T on1

Miller and Al R oy

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tr king Dale Tayl r. a fre hn1an fr on1 Dayton

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Dr. P lank pre enting the troph y to winning ero team of Gotch P elic, Comtaruk and Holme .


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Lambda Chapter Runn er-up T eam. Left to Right: Jack Garrett Robert Jone William Crouch. Ab ent when picture taken Don Roger and Captain Vern Rice.

RIGHT Top: Mr. Robert Mar hall l eft~ Facult y Moderator, presents the chool champion hip trophy to Captain Richard Mann of Sigma Phi Delta. Bottom: The Past Presidents' Sport man hip Trophy, a perman ent annual award donated by the pa t pre ident of the I.T.C. Bowling Club. being preented to Clarence Ohashi, left by Bowling Pre ident, Marion Stult .


'igma Phi Delta Cha n1pi onship T eam. Left to Right: Kneeling, M a r i o n tult , Frank R obbin . Sta nding, Capta in Ri chard M ann, Walt Jankow ki, Da n Bilodeau. •

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Mechanical pushing then1 all the way.

of tin1e th an any oth r organization at Tech.

Lan1bda Chapter of Sigma Phi Delta won

During the pa t year n1ore than 100 student parti ipated in a twelve-tean1, American Bowling Congre ...

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league. Thi league on i ted of teams repre enting the different depa1tment , fra ternitie -- variou

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the econd half more handily after being pu hed earlier in the half by an improved Faculty team. Sigma Phi Delta defeated Lambda Chapter for the chool championhip 2 game to l when 1net in a roll-off.

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Librarian, help

tudent locate an a sortment of fact 11eeded for

te hnical report -- theme

and de ign . The n1ore we u e the Library

the n1ore we appre iate the wealth of inforn1ation ther e. any great id a ar di o

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FIR T R ow. ea ted, Left to R ight: Edward W. Adams, Rex E. Pier on, Jr., Bernard E. Heyl, B. L. Dow, R ay mond V. avi n. D nald Culp. Alfred Rathmell. ECO o R ow: oel E . Leitzman, Donald Michna. M. M. Smith, J a m e~ pitler , Richard Brinckerhoff , Charle Kwaczala, Jr. , ~orman Baker, R y Krava, Jr. Forest traub , J ohn Girman R obert Ewen, Henr y Styne, P aul Wil on , P aul Moore.


Majors in chemical engineering may af-

filiate with the An1erican Chemical Society,

a national organization of cherni t

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chemical engineering. The American Chern-

ical Society grants the affiliate certain

privilege which help to improve hi pro-

fe ional tanding a w II a hi

ducational

background and en1ployn1ent opportunities.

FIRST Row, Kneeling, Left to Right: 1. Kaufman , Vi ncent G. Bi asor , Edward Guindon, J ames tiffier. ECOND Row : Thaddeu Kureg, Miss Consuelo Cifuente, Mr. W. E. Cr ane, Julius E. Early, Robert H. Masson, Roland G. Mastroly. THIRD R ow : AI · berto Yepes V., R onald Coulter, Clarence ayonis, Elmer P arlanto, Gale teele, Vic Banishar, Carrell R . :Nl ar hall, J o eph P. Linteau, J ames P. Brown , Bob Medve, J ohn S um bolevieuiuj , T om Miller Frank J. Ruggiero.


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lectures by prominent civil engineers, many of whom are Tech. graduates. Under the able spon or hip of Mr. Ruhl and Mr. Stevenson, the As ociation rounded out a

uccessful year with the renewed

hope of becoming a full-fledged tudent affiliate of the American Society of Civil Engineer .

F tR T Ro w, Kneelin g, Left to Right: J o eÂŁ S. P o linski Charles Bir , Themi Stamu , Gus Lartius, Ovidio Arauj o C., Virgilio P erei ra, Albert R oy, T ony Alvite. SEco o Ro w : abi R asool, F akroddin, Daniel O'Byrn, J. Andrew Choma, Michael Ceske, Glenn A. Brackney, J a me L. Davi , Marl yn F . tone, H an 0 . R aud ep, Julio P erez. THIRD Row: Khaled K. Ha an , Matthew L. J ones. Sam Chri topher , ick R ivera, Ed gar P an tova , J ohn B. Turo, Alfon o Yepe , P a trick DeRoberts, P atrick Riddle, William Guy, Erne t Marth , Sam P atell, Richa rd M. Wolfe, Doyle Cagle, P aul E . Troike, Calixto Mejia, Ronald C. Pitz, Bill M. Mar h.

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The Electrical Club, affiliated with the Fort Wayne section of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, is open to all students in the Electrical and Electronic Departments. During the past year the Club has taken several field trip to various industries both in Fort Wayne and to distant points. These included the following : Indiana and Michigan Power Plant at Misha\vaka.. Ind. Tanners Creek P ower Plant at Lawrenceburg Ind., Home Telephone and Telegraph in Fort Wayne. and General Electric Sound Laborator y in Fort Wayne. Also many interesting peakers fro1n different branches of the Electrical Engineering field presented valuable information to the prospective engineer. The outstanding electrical student award which i given each year on the basis of scholarship. leadership, and contributions to the Club, was presented to Mr. J oe Fall on at the last meeting of the pring Term. Our officer for the pa t year were as follow : Faculty Adviser; :. '" Mr. Orvill Kyler· Chairman . Tony Goines Lloyd Greer· Vice-Chairtnan, Walter Appel, Willian1 Phillipp ; Trea urer, Richard Reynolds, Elwood Laakso; Secretary, Elwood Laakso, Delbert Leonard.

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FtR T R ow, Kneeling, Left to Right: L loyd W . Geer, George ~I. a ka one, C. D. Yelve rton J. L F allon, Cha rle S . I da, H . W . .\1cClure. SECO ' D Row: W. G. Phillypp, ick A. Birbilis, Robert E. P erram , T ony Gome , R ichard P . Reynolds, Jr., W. W . Appel , E. R . Laa k o. D. F . Leonard. THIRD R ow : J ack A. Smith, J . B. Elli ~ , G. L. J ohn on, I. edaveta, J. W . Bola m, Walter J a nkow ki , Wil1ia m ~I. Crouch , J ack DeWitt, Robert L. Davi on , William H awley, Jr., Lar Wernholm, er gio Ca rlo T orres, T ed P yla nt, R ichatrd E . Pfeifer , igmund A. B iener , Glen A. Clapper, Ra y Kin g.

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The Mechanical Club of Indiana Technical College is an affiliate of the Fort Wayne Branch of the An1erican Society of Mechanical Engineer . The principal purpo e of the Mechanical Club is to promote an interest in Mechanical Engineering. The plan of the club include ocial functions to increa e fellowship and field trip to broaden our knowledge of engineering.

FIRST Row, Kneeling, Left to Ri ght : Harry W. Allen, J 0 eph P. Liegey Delevan J . Arn old, Geor ge P avlou, Mario L. ivl arche e: J ohn R. Quigley, Alan Bott. SEco o Row : D. W. Breeden, Kurt F. J 3ep ew, Bernard Rome, Everett Yagud , Walter Pfister , C. R. Murtland , Iyan Planck George Semeniuk, Gordon L. F er guson. THIRD Row : Dan L. Weiss, Warren K enefi ck, Robert J. Censak, Robert . Stahl, J ame P . Brown, Edwin J . Sower . Doward Run yatn, J on H ile , George A. Allen, Robert H o to, Harry P. Brown , Gordon Swan on, J ohn Gru ha, Alfred Dockett, Ra ymond E . Clark, Ray Alvarez, Charles D. Kyler , T . G. Trudel. ~-

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The purpose of the Kekionga Amateur Radio Club i to promote amateur r adio activitie among the tudent of Indiana Technical College. Radio equipment which the club tation W9BHr now own and operate include a Hammerlund Receiver, model Hq-129-x, and a Heathkit tran mitter, model DX-100. The club also ha other radio tran mitting equipment in variou stage of development. Al o added to their equipment wa a new 15 n1eter rotary-beam antenna. K.A.R.C. is the only club in the college to have a club hou e on the an1pu at the pre ent tin1e. It i located in the little red brick building behind the downtown can1pu building.

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R o w, ea ted , Left to R igh t : Le lie P arker , Ma urice Smith , David Rayb urn, R obert Brown, R . . Car on, Ken Windish. ECONO R ow: Bob Leipold, oel Leitzman . Lava r Burnett, R obert Colla rd, R ic ha'rd Bohayc hek , R obert Curtice. P aul Bella my, C. Dean Ye:verton, Robert A . Vitt, R onald Rockh ill, Ma urice Carpenter, Leon M. chulz, J ohn J. DiTroia.


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The Electronic Engineering Society was officially formed on March 27, 1956, and is the departmental organization of the Electronic Engineering Department. The Electronic Engineering Society huld monthly meeting which feature peaker from variou electronic equipment manufacturers. The e interesting program u ually feature lecture and demonstration of a technical nature. The aims of the Electronic Engineering Society are to furth er the intere t in Electronic Engineering and to promote harmony and cooperation between other Electronic organizations at Indiana Technical College. The Electronic Engineering Society also publi hes a monthly newsletter, The Electron, which describes activities of the E .E .S. and future events of ii1terest to Electronic Engineerin g students.

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Row, Sea ted, Left to Righ t : Ildemaro Ur da mete, Mar ion Stult , P eter . Maleckas, E . M. Alamine, H a rold Nl asbaum . o Row: C. D. Yelverton , S. A. Biener , Den Windish, H omer efzger , Ray K ing, David R ayburn , R. S. Carson . THIRD Row: R . M. VanDr ufi, Donald Lawton , J ames Williamson , Leslie Park er , J ohn Bolan, J ack Garrett, Richard C. Gr eenblatt, H al Hunt, William Crouch, Walter J ankowski, Phil Alexander , Verney L. Brown , Thomas Carney. T ECO


The officer are : Mr. Hu s Sway, President ; Mr. Khalid Hassan, Secretary ; Mr. Richard Arish, Treasurer; Mr. Ade Thabiyah, Com1nittee Chairma11 There are 27 Arab

tudent

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Indiana Tech . The Arab Student Club at Tech i a n1ember of the Organization of Arab Students in the United States. There are about 3,000 Arab student in the U. S., and there are 72 Arab tudent clubs in different pa1ts of the U. S. headed by the New York home office. The n1ain objective of the Arab Student Club is to create a better under tanding and to instill a greater spirit of cooperation among the Arab students.

F m T Row, Sea ted , Left to Righ t: Fouad ~Ii e b el Deeb, Khaled K. Ha an, H us way, Richard Arai b, A ad Th ahabeyah. Eco~o R ow: J awad A. Ad ham, Borh an H awasly, Ghazi Barakeh , R ay Y. Khan gi, J oe K . emer jiian, Sargon M. Yonathan, H i~ ham F. Adham, ~Ir. Ahmad M. As il.


Iota Tau Kappa was organized a a mean of rewarding exceptional diana T e hnical Colleg

holar hip. In•

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epten1ber of

1942 inaugurated an honorar fraternit

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Kno,\Tledge., by the Greek letter Iota Tau Kappa.

tttdent n1aintaining a point aver-

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a beacon on our path througl1 life no

proLlen1 or ta k will appear too difficult.

Ru". ea ted. Left to Right : R. L. as tleberry. Leslie P ad . er. H a rry . llen, Lowell Don T emple. Ra) K ing. ECO'\D Row : Fra n c i ~ Berger. R. . Car on, C. L. h!zk, Edwin owers, Archer P age, Howard :\Iac klin. R obert Rubl, Waldo Albert. Ivan Plauch. FIR ST


The Student Council is the official organization that represents the entire student body. The Student Council is made up of twenty members along with the Faculty Advisor. Sixteen of the member are regularly elected and serve for two terms. The remaining four members are the class presidents who serve for one term. An election is held at the end of each tern1 at which time eight men are selected to erve. Candidates for election are chosen by the students at a Departmental meeting held each term. The main purpose of the Council is the welfare and interest of the tudent body. Any uggestions or critici n1 in regard to the tudent body should be directed to a member of the Student Council. Regular meetings of the Council are open to the students and minutes of the n1eetings are displayed in the lobby. FrnsT Row, Seated, Left to Right: Willaim ~L Crouch, Bernard E. Heyl, B. L. Dow. Ray King, C. R.

furtland. SEC01 n Row : H omer C. Nefzger , J ames P . Cavanaugh , Glenn A. Brackney, Walter J an kow ki, Warren L. Keller, J ohn Gru ha, Marlyn F. Stone, David Ray Wilson, Donald L. Rogers. T HIR D Row: J ohn A. Ande rson, Ed win Sowers, R ichard C. Brincker hoff , Robert J . Ewen, J ames P. K endle, Robert M. H o to, Ka rl E. Schwarv.


The Technician ta:ff write

-- et -- up and con1plete all the

fun tion ... for publj shing the Technician new paper. The high-

er office are filled from experienced tudent who come up

fron1 the rank a r eporter .

R ow. eated Left to Ri ght : Frank WhelHng ton , R ob ert R . :\Ia rsha ll, :\Ii5s :\Iary E . W eimer, J a me P . a va na ugh . Leon Ba kou. E ON D R ow: Al hapi ro. Ja me~ L. Davi , T om calzo Vern e J a cob~en. J ohn Brob t. Thad W ojaczyn ki. :\!arvin Bruton, Robert urtice, C. R . Murtland, Dona ld Roger , Guy Gur ki, :\I. L. torl ee, P a ul WiLon, J ack J. Sh um hy. :\Ia ri on tult , J ack Balko, Ba ldev Nl a nga t J ohnn y B. Eva n , Dw ight W . Hunter , Ronald Coulter J. Ca u fman.

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The eighth volume of the KEKIONGAN comes to yo u '-vhile looking into the future of your life and the world about yo u. It is the picture-story of the past year at Tech n1e1norie which yo u will cherish and long remember. Printed with m ore color 1nore true to life action, and coverage for ev ryone the time and effort necessary to prepare thi book will never have been in vain. Ideas ma y be good or bad and opinions may differ but accepting this earbook wholeheatedly " 'ill be our acclaim.

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TAFF PHIL ALE A DER . ... . ........ . ...... . ... Editor-in-Chief LAIRS WER HOLM ....... . .......... . ... Managin g Editor MAURICE LA DFORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ports Ed itor JACK KA UFMA .................. . .. P hotography Editor GORDO N FERGUSO ................... . Business Manager LARRY KUGLER ................... "' tudent ection Editor JOSEPH TIGHE ... ... . ..... .. ... . .... 0 rgan ization Manager ROBERT CENSAK ........ . ........... ..... . P hotog rap hPr DAVID GERHARDT .. .... ... ......... .. . . .... . Advertisin g NOLAN O'BYRN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tudent Section DWI~T HUNTER ..... . .. . ... ... . .. ...... ... . .. . . T y pist DARROW FOX . ....... . ... .. ....... . ..... Faculty Adviso r

Standin g: P a ul Wil on , Dwig ht Hunter , Lar

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eated: Gord on F er g u on , Phil Alexande r, J ac k K a u fman.

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The Male Chorus has taken part in all

the out tanding function of the chool as

well a providing entertainment for various

organizations throughout the city of Fort

Wayne. All tudent are eligible to become

men1b rs.

Left to Ri ght: Carl Bryant Glen Clap per , Albert Roy, R oland Menard , Siegfri ed Brunnenkan t, Lloyd Geer, K en S teffen, Sam Pattrell , Daniel Eichenhauer , Gerald P arker , R oger Caylor , Lee Scrawder, Wilbur Overholt. Front, Walter K erfoot, Director . •

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The purpose of the Fencing Club is to

further the interest of fencing. Both novice

and advanced students of fencing are invited

to join. Regular expert in tructio11 is a vail-

able and local tnatches are arranged.

Row, Seated, Left to Right: Ghazi Barakeh, J a wad Adham, Guy Gurski, Richard Durgin , Larry Shrout, T om Lee Ba1lasch. SECOND Row: Khatl ed K. Hassan, Ahmad M. Assil, J ohn Ster, Jack Balko, Siegfried Brunnenkant, Mu htaq ue Ahmed, Alfred Knoll, Michael Katanik, Robert Gatz, Frank Whittington, Thavi Sethwat. FIR T

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~ ea on, the I.T.C. Rifle Club had an inter-

e. ting and a tive hooting program. t"''enty-five

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tion herein re ulted in a differ ent tory! A erie of houlder to boulder matche wa programn1ed and our group

an1e off with

. . e ond place in a ix tean1 league.

taff men1ber , pa1ticiThi year ha "'een the recla ifying from

pated in ... hooting on two night weekly. tudent tatu everal inter-collegiate po tal match e

three of our be t

hooters.

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'v re progran1med and although one group

ated and Verle Wright our member of In-

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all. The club al '"' O affiliat d with the Allen

County

hooting League and the participa-

ountry and gone on a tiv

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Row, Kn eeing, Left to Ri ght : R . L. Castleberry, Albert Roy. ECO o Row : B. . J emp Ildemaro rdametu , Ronald D. Hughe_. J ohn Whitney, H enry Brownin g. THIRD Row : Bob Leipold , Lar Wernholm , D. C. alkima Gary uter, William L. Wil on , R. L. lVIorri . FIR T


The Hawaiian Club i compo ed of lndi-

ana Technical College

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the course of the n1ember' undergraduate

tudy.

FrR T R ow, Kneeling Left to Right : George aka one, Richard Wong, 1\tf elvin Tama hiro, Sadanori Tengan, Edwin iitani. SEC· o ·o R ow: Eugene aka kura, Walter Murakimi, Mr. Arthur Price, Charle Ida, Tamot u Taira, Cla~rence Oha hi. THIRD Row: Hideo Toyama, Thomas Hironaga, P eter Chang, Samuel Goto, Freder ick Tanaka , J ames Takakura, eal H aya hida , Roger I hikawa, P aul Tanaka, Isamu Riga, Charles H. Von Wein tein, Ha rold Shimizu.

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The Society of Automotive Engineers is

a student branch, affiliated with the National

Society of Automotive Engineers, and is

sponsored by the Mechanical Engineering

Department. Membership is open to all

engineering students.

R o w, Kneeling, Left to R ight : ] . Caufman , Deleva n Arnold, R obert M cMaken, iario Marchese. SECON D R ow: J cseph Lie_sey, ola n O' Byrn, D. W. Breed en, Bern ard R ome, H oward Macklin, Ever ett Yagud , Edwin Tura n k y, Geor ge Pavlou. THIRD Row: 1erry P arker , Ray Aluar ez, 1a rne Brown, 1on Hiles, George All en, Gordon Swanson, 1ohn Grush a, Ala n Bott, H a rry Brown, R aymond Cla rk, Gerald A. Stehno. FtR T


The Flying Club i made up of tudent

of all department

that have a common

intere t in flying. Student with commercial

and instructor'

licenses aid their fellow

tudent in obtaining their private pilot'

licen e.

FrR T R ow, Kn eeling. left to ri ght : R oy A. Krava, Jr., Donald C:1lp. .1k Kun he. ECO o R ow: Clifton Creel , T. G. Trud el, B. L. Dow, Alfred Ra thmell, George Semen iuk. THIRD R ow: Edward Pleu_, Berna rd Hoffm an. Dwight Hunter. Richa rd Bohayc hek , P a trick DeR obert â&#x20AC;˘ P eter Iurray. Donal d ~Iiclm a. H enr tyne.

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The Newman Club i designed to help the Catholic tudents on secular and state college campu e in their religiou , cultural and ocial life. The variou activitie sponored are aimed to upplement and round out the education of the tudent , under the guidance of chaplains appointed by the Bi hop of the Diocese. The inspiration of the great Cardinal Newman, long an adviser at Oxford University, i the beacon guiding the va rious foundation which exi t at over 300 olleges and tlniver itie

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R o w, K n eelin g, Left to Right : Be rna r d Witczak , Philip Zacca r i, J o eph Tighe, George Li, Rona ld C. P itz. ECO o R ow: Albe rt Roy, P . . Malec ko , T haddeu Wujaczyn k i, J a me B. Ben der , J a me C. Sagwi , J r. , J oseph M. Chabot, Al bert Waitt, Ronald L. Alt, J erry Stehno. T HIRD Row: J o ep h T . Board ma n, Frarncoi R. T ra ha n, Fra nk Con onni, Ralp h Marchionda , T on y Gall, R obert J . Cen a k, Walter J a nkow k i, J erome C. K all, E dwa rd J. P elic, Berna rd E. H eyl, Leona rd F rank , Vincent Quagliavielo J ohn Gi rman, ola n O 'Br yarn, Carr 1 Cor be tt J ohn B. T uro, R obert Guita rd , J a me L. Davis, Cha rle J. Moening. F IRST


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The tudent ection of the Audio Engineering Society wa organized in the Winter Term 1955-1956, to provide a medium for Te h tudents intere ted in Audio Engineering, either as a career or a hobby, to exchange idea and to learn of new developnlent in the field. An1ong it varied activitie during the pa "'t two tern1 were le ture by practicing Audio Engineer , a High-Fidelity ound demon tration, a field trip to the local telephone company and an Audio Workshop e ion, during which Profe or Carson a i ted member in running te t on equipnlent they had built. Members of the Student ection hold the grade of Student Member in the Audio Engineering Society and a uch receive full benefit of membership in that organization.

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it main functions i to timulate the cultural and ocial aspect of it member .

prin g - um1ner 1956

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Beta Chapter boomed with in piring ac-

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S ecretary

the Orchard Ridge Country Club. It con-

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i ted of a dinner-dance a11d official wel-

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coming of the new member . The Beta men

OLD

are very proud of their hou e and each term Beta Chapter of Alpha Gamn1a Up ilon

they open their door to the public. At our

be arne an integral part of Indiana Tech-

mo t recent Open Hou e, many tranaer 0

ni al College in the pring of 1932. One of

entered our portals.

Fm T Row, Kn eelin g, Lef t to R igh l: Leon Bea ty, Bob Brue, R onald Bonar , Frank Consonni , Robert Scott. SECO o R ow: Edward W . Ada m , Robert Ba bb :tt, R ob ert Ewen, Ra ymond V. avin , Charles A. Lyle, Rich ard P . R eynolds Jr. Thadde us B. Wojaczynski , Gene B. Du rand , Don Merlin o. TH I RD R ow : Frederick :Mowery, J ac k A. Dian, J oseph J . ShecoPa, Patrick Riddle, Moses Acee, J on Hile . Richard K . rid er , Gerald E. Blackwell, J ack Alt, Ri chard Eri ck on , J erome C. Kall , F. D. Sea holtz, Charles Kway la, Jr. , D . Bu echel, C. J ay Griffith . •


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OFFICERS

Chemical and Chemical Engineering Fra•

tern1ty.

J ULI US EARLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . President

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The object of the Fraternity shall be to

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instill among its member s the idea of fellow-

JosEPH Lr NTEAU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Secretary

ship and fraternal brotherhood as well as CLARENCE N AYO NIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tr easurer

promote the advancement of the Engineering Profession. Chi Epsilon Tau (X.E.T. ) is a Chemi-

As a fraternity, it shall be our go·a l to at

cal Engineering Fraternity, organized for

all times advocate good citizenship and the

the purpose of affiliating with a national

highest ideals of Christian manhood.

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AL RATHNELL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President

DICK PLISKA .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tr easurer JO E TIGHE . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Secretary

On November 8, 1946, the Sigma Chapter of Kappa Sigma Kappa was founded at Indiana Technical College. Their circle of Brotherhood is closely knit together by ideas of trust, mutual confide11ce, and fraternal cooperation. The aims of this social fraternity is the contribution of its brother toward higher achievement in scholarship and the joint participation in all extra-curricular activities.

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FIRST Row kneeling left to right: Richard Bru1nmit Leo Ken on Ra y Fryer. SECOND Rovv : Dick Bagnasco, Ronald C. Pitz, Joseph A. Tosches, Thomas R. Brown, Frances R. 'frahan , R. Glenn Kennedy Marion B. Beard. THIRD Row : Verne E. Jacobsen, Albert Waitt, Ebner Parlante J. Andrew Choma, Gerald L. Wilson, Robert Hosto Donald E. Wainwright: Gordon R. Simmons, Alfred R. Rathmell, J ohn Blakley, Henry E. Styne~ Harold 0. Hansen Albert Roy. FouRTH Row: David Ray " ' ilson, Carib ian K. Dick, Gray Robling, Barney F oreman, Ted Rowe, Charles S. Ida, Larry Kirschler, J oseph Zambito. 89


OFFICERS D. McCoY ... .. . . . ........ . ..... .. .. .. ..... ... . . ............ . P res~ d e nt R. CA EY . . . . .. . . . .. . .. . ... ... . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . Vice-President

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Tr easurer

Kappa Sigma Phi is a social fraternity dedicated to the promotion of F ellowship, Scholarship, a11d Sportsmanship. The purpose of this fraternity is to bring together , i11 close bonds, the brothers of thi fraternity; to as ist one another while in school as well as in the bu ines world. Kappa Sigma Phi fraternity has a standing membership of approximately fifty active members each term. As the turnover in member ship i usually large ( due to the number of member gr aduating each term ) several pledges are accepted for initiation into the fraternity each tern1 .

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o Ro\IV: Raymond Clark Everett Y agud, Charles Murphy Ber-

nard Ro1ne George A. Allen, Delbert Leonard, Karl chwarz Carroll A. Lubinski Robert R. MarshalL Reginald Downey. THIRD Row: Frederich J. Mowotaiski Ray Alvarez, Edward Ana lavage C. D. Yelverton , Ed\vin Sowers Robert Higgins, Edward A. Oudt Knut yver son Daniel J o eph Barry Floyd Climenhago Tom Me pedon, Ernest Marth, E. B. H olley Richard Durgin, Tony Come Walter Pfister L. J. Dranchak, Ton Alvite. 91

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Vice-Presiden t . .. .... ... . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Secretary E .. . .. . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . ... . . Tr easu rer

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The Lan1bda Chapter of the Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity i an international organization of profes ional engineers and engineering tudents. The object of the Sign1a Phi Delta Fraternity shall be to promote the advancement of the Engineering Profession ; to fo ster the advancement of Engineeri11g Education ; to instill a greater spirit of cooper ation among Engineering students and organizations ; to inculate in it member s the HIGHEST ideals of Christian manhood, good citizenship, obedience to law, and brotherhood ; and to encourage excellence in scholarship.

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FRo T Row, kneeling left to right: Robert J. Pea, Richard Filler . Henr y McClure, Lloyd W. Geer, Jin1 Cavanaugh. SECO ND Row: Walter Jankowski Mario L. Marchese Ted pitler Marion Stults, William M. Crouch J. M. Fall on J ohn A. Ander on Richard F. Mann, Denis E. Bilodeau, Ronald D. Hughes. THIRD Ro~v : Glenn A. Brackney Vernon Vice: Jack Garrett J oseph F. Bowers, Warren L. Keller, Daniel W. Bender, Bernard E. Heyl James Spitler , Jack Con\vay, Marlyn F. Stone, Edwin Turansky H. Masbau1n'l Ray King Donald J. Meagher. FouRTH Row: J ohn B. Turo, Mer vin Clark, Don Rogers, Carlton Coen Frank J. Ruggier o, Bob H ornyak Jim Lieser, Wa yne Roah路 rig, Eugene File Frank Robbins, Robert J ones Maurice P oling . Ri hard E. Pfeifer, Robert E. McMaken. 93

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First Row: H GO ABELLA , B . . E l.E. ; Cali·Colombia, S.A . EDWARD W. ADAMS, B . .Ae.E.; Cuyah oga Fall , Ohio; I.A .S.; A.R . . ; Alpha Ga mma p ilon. Hou e man ager a nd Trea ure r: I.T .C. ; Flyi ng lub ; Pre ide nt' Li t ( 1).

EU T AQ UIO Whitmore, waiia n JuL .

CALIP AGBU I.O , B . .El.E.: ahu, T .H .; .A.R .E.: E .E . . : H a·

econd R ow : K. A. AG HABEKI A , B . . E .E ; F ort Way ne, Indi a na. PHIL E. ALEXA DER, B .El. E.; Wayne, Indian a; E.E.S .; Pre id ent ( 2) ; Hou e : T echnicia n Make·U p Ed itor (3) ; book taff , Editor (4); Student Council .A.R .E.

F ort Ope n Year. ( 2 );

RO ALD R . ALEXA DER, B. .C.E.: Granite i ty, IJl inoi : A.C.E.; Alp ha Gamma U p ilon : lnl r ·Fra ternity Council , ecr eta r y, Trea ure r ; tu dent Council.

Third R ow : GEOR GE ALLE N. B.. M .E. : Detroit, Mich· iga n ; A.S .M .E.; .A.E., Vi ce·Pre ident , Sec· re ta ry · T echn ician taff ; Bo' ling Club : Kappa igma Phi , Pre iden t, ec re tary. RAYMO D AL AREZ, B . .M .E .: :Ni uund: vi lle. W. Virginia; A.S.f\1.E. ; .A.E. RICHARD ARAISH, B.. Ch.E.; ew Gate, J eru alem, J ordan ; A .C . . , Trea urer , A tiv· ity Chairma n ; .E .T .: tud ent Council.

Fourth Row : OVIDIO E. ARA 10 C., B.. C. E.: Vall edupar· Lo-P az, Colombia, .A. ; Spa ni h Fra tern ity. WILLI Mai ne.

R . ARMSTRO G, B. . C.E.: F ort Ke nt,

RICHARD JO EPH BAG A 0 , B. .E.E.; • J«ma Long I land Ci ty, ew York : Kappa 0 K ap pa, Trea urer.

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First Row : ORMA L. BAKER, B.S.Ae.E.; Walled Lake, Michigan ; I.A .S., Chai rman ( 2), Vice Chai rman ( 2) ; A.R.S., Pre id ent ; A. A. . ; tuden t Council , Treasurer (3); Intra mural oftb all ; Pre ident's Li t (3); Flyin g Club , Secretary. HAilVI BAR-AKIVA, B.S.M.E.; Hai fa, Israel ~ A. . M.E.; Camera Club ; ations U nited Club . CHARLES RAY BATH , B.S.Ch.E .; Tip ton, Indiana; A.C.S.; A.I.C.E.; Bowling Club.

,econd R ow : \[ ARlO B. BEA RD, B . . ~L E. ~ pr ingfield , fa a hu ett ; K. E.K ., P ublic R elation Di rec tor . MARCOS BELEN, B . . lVI.E.; Central .Aguirre, Puerto Rico; Pre id ent ' ~ Li L (3). PA L DEA BELLAMY, B.S .EI. E.~ Mt. Vernon, Illinoi : A .E . . ; Camera Club, Pre ident ; K. A.R.C. , President ; Honor R oll (3).

Third Row: DA IEL W. BE OER, B.S.E .E.; F ort W ayne, Indiana; Camera Club, igma Phi Delta; Year book, Photographer . CHARLES F . BENJAMIN, B.S.C.E.; P alisades, Idaho; CE 102-101 (6) Student In tru ctor . FRA CIS JAMES BERGER, B . .E.E.; B. .El. E.; P itt burgh, P enn ylvania ~ l!ale Choru (3); Iota Taru Ka p pa~ Pre :dent' Li t ( 12); Stude nt In tructor EE 110 ( 1).

Fourth Row : DE IS E . BILODEAU, B.S.C.E.; Bri tol , Connecticut ; A.C.E., Treasurer ; Sigma Phi Delta, Chap],a in ; Ca mera Club, Treasurer ; Intramural Bowling, Basketball ; Intra-Fraternity Softb all. CHARLES C. BIR , JR ., B.S.C.E. ~ Babylon , ew York ; A .C.E.; President's List (3). J OH BLAKLEY, B.S.Ae.E. ; Butler , P ennsylvania; I.A.S. ; Flying Club ; K appa Sigma K appa, Treasurer ; Intramural Softball, Ba ketball ; Interfraternity Softb all.

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First R ow: GEORGE K. California.

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ROBERT LEE BO WELL, B .M .E.; olumbu , Indiarna; Mechanical C 1ub . ecreta: y; Iota Tau Kappa: Pre...ident' Li t (9).

econd Row : J 0 EPH J. BO RD I\. B. .E.E . : :\Iuskeg'm, ~1i chi gan .

GLE A. BRACK EY, B. . . E.· P earl beach , ommittee (2), Michi ga n : A.C.E., Publici ty Presid ent ( 2), Ch air m ~ n ( 4 : · gma Ph i Delta; tudent ouncil (2), Trea urer ( 1) · I ta Tau Kapp a; Presi dent' Lit (7). RICHARD CHARLE

BRI KERHOFF, B . . e. E.: ~I idd letown, I ew Y rk : I.A .. : .A.E. ; .R . . ; tud ent Council 2) ; Intramural Ba ketball, oftball : Pre ident' Li t ( 6) · Cha~ rman, A!fred Konrad ~1e mori al.

Third Row: WOODROW I. BRO CK , B.. C.E.: R oanoke orth Carolina; A. .E.; Pre iden t' Rapids. List ( 4 . ERJ. EY L. BROW . B.. El. E.: Troy, Texas; .A.R .E.; A.R . . ; Re earch and De elopm en t Dept.

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Fourth Row: RICHARD BRUM 1IT. B . . E. E.: Troy. Ohio: Kappa igma Kappa: T echni cian taif (2 . NIARVI J. BR TO . B. .E. E.: Meridi an. ~1 L i ~~ i ppi, S.A.R .E.: A.I .E.E.; T echnician, . Circulation ~1an age r . WALTER E. BR T EER, B . . t E. · Lima, A..M.E.; Phi Mu Delta.

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First Row: ROBERT STEPHE BUCHER, B.S.M.E .; Freeport. Illinois : A.S .M.E.; Caswell En gineering Drawing Award . FRANK BUCHW,A.LD, B.S.E.E. ; New York; Technician Staff.

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DONATHAN BU RNETT, B.S .E.E.; Bea umont, Texas.

S econd Row: ROBERT F . BURNS , B.S.M.E. ; Gloversville, ew York ; President's Li t (2) ; Honor R oll (10) .

LAWRENCE J. BYRD, B.S.C.E.; Chicago, Illinoi ; A.C.E., Secreta.try. RONALD STANLEY CARLSON, B.S.El.E.: Lakewood, New York; A.E.S ., Publicity Manager ; President's Li t (4); Honor R oll ( 1) .

Third Row: THOMAS CHRISTOPHER CARNEY, B.S .El.E.; New York, New York ; S.A .R .E . ; E.E .S. JOHN ~. CASSANI, B.S.C. E. ; Lynn Mas achusetts ; President's List (2); Open Hou e. CLARENCE L. CHIZK, B.S.El.E. ~ Mt. Vernon, Illinois ; Camer a CL b; Iota Tau Kappa ; Pre iden t's Li t (9 ).

Fourth Row: SAMUEL D. CHRISTOPHER, B.S.C.E . ; Richmond , K entucky; A .C.E., Vice-President. J ULIUS ANDREW CHOMA, B.S.C.E.; Tilbury, Ontari o, Canada; A .C.E . ; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Pledge Master ; Ma!le Chorus ; Inter-Fraternity Council, Secretary, Trea urer; President's List ( 4); Honor Roll ( 2); R esearch and Development Department. CHARLES T. CLARK, B . .M.E. ; Penn ylvania; Pre ident's List (3) .

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First Row: EDWI CLA RK , B . . El. E. ; truther , Ohi : E.E.S., Trea urer ; Stud ent ounc il ; Pre ident' Li t, H onor Roll (3). MAR VI E. CLARK , B.S.M.E.; P enn ylva nia; A .S.M .E.: S igm :t Phi fi e Club , Pre ident ; Bowl:ng Club.

learfi eld , De~ta; R i-

RI HARD CLEVELA D, B . .M.E.; Wayne, Indi a na; Pre ~ id e nt ' Lit ( 1).

Fort

econ d RoLe: LLOYD CLIMEWHAGA, B . .~I.E .: ~f ed ina . ew York; Ka~ppa igma Phi, Pl ed ge l\lla ter ; • • W a te r Polo, Intramural wtmmmg. JAME JvlARIO CLO TZ, B . . h.E.; Ta ylor vi1le, orth Carolin a: A.C . . , Trea ~ urer : hi Ep ilon Tau , Pre id ent ; tude nt Counc il ; Male Ch oru ; Intramural Softball ; tud ent lntru ctor Che rn. 21 -A, 11-A (4); Op en House Exhibit. CA RLTO CRO S.BY OE . B . . I. E.: Tol edo, Ohio : igma Phi D el ~a: .A.E.: T echnicirm. dve rtisi ng }lanager : Bow: in g T eam : f ale horus.

Third Row: E DWARD CLIFTO O~lBIE, B. . E. E.: Fox bnr , Ma ... achusetts; Elec tri cal b b. NORMAN H . CONNELL, B.S.M.E . ; C•Hiahy, Wi con in; A.S.M.E ., ecreta ry, Vice-President, Pr sid ent; President 1unior Cia s ; igma Phi Delta: Student Council (5): T echnician, A ~~ t. Ed itor , Editor ; K ekion ga F eather: Presid ent ' List (4): S tudent In tructor Ph 21 ( 1 ): Mach . Dept. Open H ouse Chai rman . J A K G. C0 1 WAY. B . .C.E.: India na poli ... , Indi ana: igma Phi Delta Trea ... urer; A.C.E . •

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Fourth Row: LEO LESTER COU I Bay, Jatrna ica, B.W.I.

, B.S ..M.E .;

And otto

W ARRE A. CO T RE. B. .Ae.E.; Be rl in , L ew Hampshire: Pre id ent' ~ Li ~ t 1) : A.R. . ecretar y. ew DAVID E. CRAVE , B .C.E.; Rave na, ecretar y ophomore Cla ... s, Pre . . ident York ; Junior Cia .. : Sigma Phi Delta, Pledge Master ; tudent Council (3); Male Choru ( 1) · Ba eball; President's List (3).

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First R ow: J AME CRAVEN, B. S.E l.E. ; Ravena, New Yor k; S.A.R.E.; Sigma Phi Delta, Treasurer ; Camera Club, President ; S tudent Council ( 2 ); T echnician, Photogr a pher ; Bowling ; Intram ur al Softb all, Basketball . WILLIAM M. CRO UCH , B.S.El.E. ; B.S.E.E .; NaJwille, T enne ee; S.A.R.E.; A1.I.E.E.; S igma Phi Delta, Cha plain , Vice-President ; S tudent Cuu nci] (5), Pre ident, Vice- President ; Intramural Golf, B::> wli ng, Softb aJI , Ba ketball ; Var .. i ty Golf ; Honor Roll ( 1 ) ; Pre ident Senior Cla .. ; Vice-Pre id en t Jun ior Cla . DO ALD WILLIAM CU LP, B.S.Ae.E.; Rush ylva nia, Ohio; I.A.S., Trea urer ; I.T .C. Flyin g lub, Vice-Pre ident ; Honor Roll ( 1): A.R.S .

Second Rotv : DO ALD EVERETT CU RRY, B.S.C.E .; East Liverpool. O hio; A.C.E.; H onor R oll ( 1), Prei dent' L i t ( 5) . P AUL J. DAS, B.S.M .E.; Willowd ale, Ontarrio, Canada路 a ti on ~ nited Club ; Pre ident' Li t ( 1).

ROY DAVI , .A.R .E.

B.. E J. E.;

Albion,

In d ia na;

Third R ow : ROBERT L ANGON DAVISON, B.S.E.E. ; Wayne burg, Pennsylvania; tA1.I.E.E. ; Var sity Ba eball (3); Intramural Ba ketball , Softb all ; Open H ou e. ALEX J O H N DEMET E R, B.S.M.E.; F onthill, O nta ri o, Ca nada,; A .S.M .E.; S.A.E. ; Ka ppa ig ma Phi , Treasurer ; B~wlin g T eam, Softb all T ea m : A . . M.E. SoftbaU Team : Pre ident' Li t (7) Honor R oll (3). J O E PH W . DEM ET ER , B.S.C.E.; Uniontown, P enn .. ylva nia; A .C. E. ; President' Li t (5) .

Fourth Row : R OBE RT DeNUR E, B.S.M.E. ; Freeport, Illinoi ; A .S.M.E. PAT RICK J . DeROBERTS, JR ., B.S.C.E.; East Oran ge, New J ersey; A.C.E. ; I.A.S.; I.T .C. Flying Club ; President' List (2); Ca well Awa rd, third place. PASQUI NO A. DiCARLO, B.S.E .E. ; Republic, P enn ylva nia; Intramural oft baH: President's Li t (3).

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First Row: WILLlA f G. DO AVA , B .Ch.E. ~ Ma on City, lllinoi ; A. C. . , Vice- Pre ident ; Lab A · sista nt (2) . DO ALD R . DR U G, B .S.Ae.E.; Ea u Claire, Wi con in ; I.A .S . ; Senior Class Secretar yTrea urer ; K appa igma Phi, Pre id ent, Trea . urer ; S tudent Council (3); Bowling Club : Pr ident's Li st ( 1). J LI E. EARLY, B.S .Ch.E. ; Chillicothe, T exas ; A.C . . , Pre :dent , Chi Sigma Tau, Pre · ident, Vice-Pre ident; Bowling Club; tudent In truc tor Chern 11-A (3).

econd Row: MARID E RIQ UE ECKER , B . . M.E.; ewalrk, ew J er ey; Alpha Ga mma U psilon, Seer etary. 1ACK E. ELEY, Drafting Diploma, Columbia Cit y, Indian a. DA Y YOOK YI E G, B S.E.E. ; ew York ; S.A.R .E.; AJ.E.E.

ew York,

Third Row: J O H T H OMA E CHBA GH , B . S.~1 .E., Decatur, Illinoi ; S tud ent Council ; A . . M.E.; Pre ident' List ( 1). ROBERT J . EWE , B.S .Ae.E.; Franci Creek, Wi con in ; I.A .S. ; Alpha Gamma U p ilon, Seereta ry, Pled ge Ma ter ; S tudent Council; Baseball. JOSEPH :rvi. FALLO , III , B.S.E.E.; F ort Wayne, India na; A .I.E.E., Secre tarry, ViceChai rman, Chairman : igma Phi Delta, Chaplai n, Chief Engineer; S tudent Council; VicePre ident Junior Cia s ; Open Hou e; Intram ural oftb all , Bowling; Honor R oll ( 1).

Fourth Row: HAROLD L. FEUSER , B.S.E.E. ; M oline, Illinois ; A.I.E.E.; Sigma Phi Delta; Student Council ; Intra mural Softb all ; Pre ident' Lit ( 4) H onor Roll (l ) · Vice-Pre iden t Senior Cla . f!

I

EUGE E F. FILE, III , B.S.E.E. ; Levi ttown, ew York ; Sigma Phi Delta; Ca me ra Club , Trea urer ; T echnician taff (5); YeJrbook ( l ); President' List ( 2).

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ALBERT FREYLER, B . .A e. E.; ew York ; Basketball .

Whitesboro,

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First Row: JOSE J . GARCIA, B.S.M.E.; P er eira Colombia , South Ame rica; Soccer. PAUL A. GARDEWI E, B. .C.E .; Effingham, Illinoi ; Ka ppa Sigma Phi; tudent Council ; President' Li t (2); Bowling Club. DICKRAN K. GARIBIA , B.S.E.E.; Baghdad, Iraq ; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Na!tions U nited ; Arab Club; Pre ident' Li t.

S econd Row: JACK E. GARRETT, B . .El.E.: Enid, Oklahoma; S.A.R .E.; Sigma Phi Delta; Bowling Club ; Open House; Intercolleg iate Bowling Team; Inter-Departmental oftball ; In terfrat oftb all. TEPHE GATELY, B . . E. E.; Broo klyn, York ; A.I.E.E.

ew

EA!RALIL V. GEORGE, B.S.C.E. ; ayarambalam, Coch in, India; Civil Club; au• on Un ited Club ; Canterbur y Club, T . .T.

Third Row: HERBERT W . Wayne, Indiana.

GER A D,

B . . C. E.;

F ort

THOMAS WE DELL GILLIE, B . .M.E.; Fort Wayne, Ind iana; Var ity Ba ketball, Ba eball ; President' List (8). ANTONIO GOMES, B. . E.E. ; Ludlow, M assachusetts; A.I.E.E., Pre ident; S.A.E.; K a ppa Sigma Phi , Secretalry; Flyi ng Club ; Open House; Pre ident' Li t.

Fourth Row: SAMUEL Y. GOTO, B . . E.E.; Honolulu , H awaii; E.E. . ; H awaiian Club. VER 0 W . GUDKE E, B.S.C.E.; F ort Wayne, Indiana ; A.C.E. · President' List ( 7). GEORGE E. HALL, B.S.El.E.: B.S.E.E.; Otisville, New York ; President's List (6); Assistant Instructor EE 170 .

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First Row : ROBE RT DAVID HARDEN, B. S.El.E.; Whitehorse, Yukon T erritor y, Cana da; Pre ident's List ( 1). WILLIAM P . HARRIS, B.S.El.E. ~ F ort W ayn e, Indian a; S.A .R .E ., Secre tar y; President 's List ( 2) ; Student Instructor R E-121, R E-131 A; Open H ou e. RI C HARD H. HART, B . . Ae.E.; Ga rdena, Californi a ; New marn Club ; America n Roc ket ocie ty, Director .

Second Row : KH ALE D KASSAB HA SSAN, B.S.C.E. ~ Dama cus, Syria; K appa Sigma Phi ; F encing Club ; Sabra Team ; Ara b Club , ecr e ta r y: a tion U nited Club. ALFRED R. HA WKI Bra nford, Connecticut.

B. .M .E.;

orth

BER NARD E. H EYL, B.S.Ae.E.; Pittsburgh , Pennsylva nia; I.A.S., Ch a irma n, V ice-Cha irman , Secre tar y; Sig m a~ Phi Delta, Secr etary; S tudent Council ( 6), Presid ent, Vice-Pre ide nt ; Bowlin g Club ; Intramural Golf, So ftb a ll. Presid ent's List ( 2); Presid ent Sophomor e C i a ~ , Pr e ~ ! d e nt 1unior Cla s; Open H ouse.

Third R ow : R OBERT F . HIGG I NS, B.S. E. E. ; Cambria H eight , N ew York: K ap pa S igma Phi . ROBE RT M. HOSTO, B.S.M.E . ; Alha mb ra, Illinois; Mecha nical Club ; K ap pa S igma K a ppa'; S tud ent Co unc il ; Preside nt Li L ( 4). EDVARDO JAR AMI LLO HOYOS, B.S.M .E.: Bogota, 0. E. , C lomb :a, S uth America: ewma n Club .

Fourth Ro,w : RO A LD D . H UGH ES, B.S.E.E.; Lo Ala mos, New Mexico; S ig ma Ph i Delta, Treasurer ; A. R .S. ; Student Council , Pre id ent ; Interfraternity Counc il , Presid ent ; Male Choru ; Softba H, Director ; Baske tball ; Bowling; Rifle Cl ub , Secretar y-Treasurer ; Open H ouse. GREGO RY A. HYVE R , B.S.C.E.; N ew Orlean s, Louisian a; P yra mid Club ; Rifle Club ; I ota Tau K a ppa, Coolidge Award ; President's List (9); S tudent Instr uc tor. CHARLES S. IDA, B.S.E.E.; Lanika i, Oa hu , T.H .; S.A.R.E. ; A .I.E .E.; K a ppa Sig ma K a ppa, Secre tary; H awa iia n Club, President, Secre ta r y; Student Council ; Intra mura l Basketb a!ll , Softball ; Caswell Awa rd ; President' s List (5).

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First Row: LOW ELL EDWI N I NNESS, B.S.El. E. ; Mo uton, Queens County, Nova Scotia.

P ort

MEHMET NAHAl I SLAM, B.S.C.E., Urbana, Illinois; Camera Club . CHARLES E. JACKSON, Indian a; A.I.E.E.

B.S.E.E .;

Borden,

econd Row : HILLARD JA KOWSKI. B.S.El.E. ; Hutchinson, Ka n sa ~ ; Iota Tau K appa; President's List (7).

ALAN J . JOH NSON, B.S.El. E.; B.S.E .E.; F or t W ayne, Indiana; S.A .R .E. ; Alpha Gamma Upilon, President, Treasurer , Secretary ; F encing Club ; Male Chorus; Softb all ; Bowlin g; Presiden t's List. CLYDE E . J OH NSON, B.S.El.E. ; Lima, Ohio; Golf路 Ba ketball ; Softb all ; Bowling.

Third Row : MATTHEW L. JO NES, B.S.C.E.; Readin g, P ennsylvania; A .C.E. ; Open House. J . M. JY AWOOK, B.S .C.; Bagdad, Iraq ; Nations United Club . ROGER ADOLPH KAMM EYER , B.S.Ae.E.; Defiance, Ohio; l.A.S.; A.R.S., Director ; Male Chorus, Properties Manager .

Fourth Row : WARR EN L. KELLER , B.S.E.E.; Schoefferstown , P ennsylvatnia ; S.A .R .E.; Sigma Phi Delta; Va rsity Baseball ; Student Council ( 2); Richard H ayashi Memorial Sportsmanship Award. WARR EN R. KENEFICK, B.S.M.E. ; Toronto, O ntario, Canada; A.S.M .E.; Kappa Sigma Kappa. ROBERT GLENN KENNEDY, JR ., B.S.E.E. ; F aye tteville, No rth Carolina; A.I.E .E.; Swimming Teatm; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Vice-President, Sergeant-at-Arms; Tennis Tea m ; President's List.

105


First R ow : RAY KI G, B.S.El.E.; B.S.E.E.; Montrose, Colorado; A.I.E.E.; igma Phi Delta; Student Council (3) , Trea urer ; Male Choru ; Intramural Golf : Iota Tau K appa, Pre ident's Li t (8) ; tudent Instructor of Applied Mechanics (2). LARRY H. KIRSCHLER, B.S.Ch .E.; Freedom, igma Kappa', P enn ylvania; A .C.S.; K appa A i tant Trea urer ; Student Cou ncil ( 1). EDWARD KLODZE , B . .E. E.; Gary, Indiana; A.I.E.E.; Ca mera Club; Bowling Club.

econd R ow: CLIFTO KRAMER, B.S .El. E. ; Missoula, Montana; S.A .R .E.; Sigma Phi Delta. ROY A. KR ~VA , JR., B.S.Ae.E.; Lakewood. Ohio; I.A .S., Trea urer; Flyin g Club , VicePre ident ; Intramurrul Softball. ROBERT K CZKOW KI, B.S.E.E.; :Mi lwa ukee, Wi con in; Bowling Clu b .

Third R ow: THADDEU PETER K REK, B. .Ch.E.: orthbridge, Mas achusett ; A.C.S., ecretary; Chi Ep ilon Tau, Pledge Master; Var ity Ba eball; Basketball, In tramural Softball, Basket路 ball. ORVILLE R. KYLER, B.S.E.E . 路 B.S.C.E.: Fort Wayne, Indiana; KappaJ igma Phi, Vice-Preident, Trea urer; BJwlin g; Pres: dent 's Li t (5); tudent In~ truc tor Phy. 21A , 31A, -!lA (7) .

GEORGE WALTER LADD, B. .El.E.; B.S.E.E. ; fu kegon, Michigan; E.E.S.. Trea urer; Intramural oftball.

Fourth R o路w : RICHARD LaROCHE, B.S.El.E . ; Rochester, ew York; .A.R.E. ~ Intramural Soflball, Bowling ~ Golf ; President 路s Li t (2) . AUG TUS G. LARTI U , B. .C. E.; B . .M.E . ; Lucknow, .P . India. FRA COl ~1. LA UT RE, B. .E.E. ; J acmel, Ha iti ; occer.

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First Row: B . . E. E.:

Pandora .

DELBERT FREDRICK LEO AR. Gree nville, P e nnsylvatrlia; A.I.E.E., Pre~ ident' Li t (1).

B .E. E.: ecretary;

PA L Ohio.

E.

LEIGHT rER,

JAM E J . LI E ER , B . . E.E.: Bu ck' and, Con· nectic ut: ice-P resid ent Fre hman la : Pre . ide n t J unior Cia ... ~ igma Phi Delta, A ... : :a nt ecre tar y; tudent Counc il; T ech nidan, Adver. ti ing 1anager .

I .,econd R ow: . TH Y L JO. B. . .E.: ~las... illon , Ohin: A. . E.: K ap pa igma Phi: Bowlin g lub ,· oftball ; Intram ura l Golf, Bask etball. EL VERT E. Iowa; A .C.E.:

LO~IBARD.

B. .C.E.; ewman Clu b.

omers,

G ER fA R BIO L A, B. .~'L E.; Bogota , Colombia, outh America: Phi Iota Alpha, e retar y, H ouse ~I a n ager : \\ imm;n g T ea m Ian· ager .

Third Rozv : CHARLE A . LYLE. B. .~I.E.; Bloomsburg, P enn ylva nia: Alpha Gamma p ilon , ecretar)'. IFC R epre entative, Vice-Pre ident, Pre · iden t ; Ca well Engineerin g Dra wi ng Awatrd; tud ent In truc tor , Descriptive Geometry, En g ineer Drawing 14. , B . . El.E.: Fremont, eGEORGE A. LY bra ka; .A.R .E ., Pre ident; Pre ident's LL t ( 4) : Out tanding tudent Award, E lectronic... .

1953:

.R. .

EAL l\fcCOLLO 1, B . . I.E.; Whitehall, lll inoi..: A. .l\LE.: Bowling; Y earbook A si tan t Write-up, Assistant Editor.

Fourth Row: M cCUBBI , B .. C.E.; LaGrangeGEO R GE ville, ew York ; A. C. E.: F lyi ng Cl ub . O R NIA~

:\IcLEOF, B. . El.E.; A hevllle, ~o rth Carolin a; .Al.R .E.; Rifle Club ; Eugene Pulli a m Aw.: rd · President' Li t (5).

IAI

TH lA :\fc P EDO 1 , B. .~1.£ .: Bronx. . ew York; A . .l\1.£.: Kappa :gma Phi ; In tramural Ba ke tball; President' Li t (4).

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First Row: SHIMAVO P . A . MARKARIAN , Diploma; Kirkuk, Ira q .

Draftin g

BILL M. MAR SH , B. .C.E.; K okomo, Indiana; A.C.E.

路:

DALE R . MARTIN B.S.E.E. ; Color a do prin g . Colora do; S.A.R.E. ; Ma le Choru ; Rifle Club . Vice-Pre id ent ; President's List (2 ) .

S econd Row: HAROLD E. MA BA UM , B.S.El.E. ; F ort W ayn e, In dia na ; E.E.S . ; A .E .S. ; Si gma Phi Delta, A i ta nt P:edge Ma ter ; ewma n Club : Pre~ i d ent' Li t (6). R O LA D G. MASTROLY, B.S.Ch.E .: Bron . ew Y ork : A .C.S., Vice-President ; Bowlin g Club ; S tud ent Council ; I ota T a u K appa; Pre id ent's Li t (5); H on or R oll (8); S tudent In truc tor, Gen e ra1l C he mistry a nd Qualita tive Analy is La b . R OBERT ME DVE , B.S.Ch .E.; Elizab e th , ew 1ersey; A.C.S., Secr e ta r y, Pre iden t ; Bowling Club ; Intra mura l Softb all , Ba ketball : Pre ident's List ( l) ; Studen t Instruc tor , Ch ern llA-L, llA ; Op en H ouse.

Third Row: CALIX TO C. MEJIA, B.S.C.E . ; Valledupar , 1\lfagdalena, Colombia, South America; A.C.E.; ewma n Cl..: b ; Soccer T ea m : F encin g C ARLA D T . Mer ed ith, B .S.E.E.; Richm ond , Virginia; Pre :dent' List ( 1) . FRANCI SCO ME A, South America.

B. .M .E.;

Colombi a,

Fourth Row : DO ALD J. NIICH A , B.S.Ae.E. ; Rice Lake. W iscon in ; I.A .S.; Flyin g Club ; President' Li t (7). THOMAS W . MILLE R , B.S.M.E . ; Lewistown , P ennsylva nia ; A .C.S.; Sigma Epsilon T a u, Vice-President ; Student Council ; M ale Ch oru ; Varsity T ennis; President' List ( 1). George el on ew M exico.

Montgomer y,

B.S.E.E.;

J al ,

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First Rotv : PA UL DO ALD 1VIOO R E, B . .Ae.E . ; Kokomo, Indi ana ~ I.A .S.; I ota T a u K ap pa; President' Li t (5). SALE H MO SHIR, B.S.Ch .E.; Pre ident' L: t ~ A .I.Ch .E.

T oledo,

O hi o~

RI C HARD MOTE, B. .E. E.~ Fl o ri d a~ Pre ident' Li t ( 1 ).

Lake

W orth ,

econd Row : CHARLES WILLIA 1 M RPHY, B.S.M.E. ~ Orlando, F lo r id a; K a pp a S igma Phi, Presi dent ; Interfraternity Council , ecretary-Trea urer ~ .A.E. ~ tudent Co uncil ~ Depa rtm ental Softba ll ; Senior Class, Secr etary-Trea urer . EUGE E AKAK URA , B. .El.E. 路 R a ina, H awaii ; H awaiian Club , Trea urer ; Intramural Bowling, Softb a ll, Ba ketball. GEOR GE M AMORA AKA 0 E, B.S.E.E.: W a b iarwa, Oahu , H awaii; A. I.E .E.: H awa iian lub, Progra m Chairma n ; Inter-Depar tmenta l Ba e ball , Baske tb a ll ~ O pen H ou ' e.

Third R ow : RAYMO D V. A VI , B. .Ae.E.; omer e t, Ma 路 ach usett ; I.A.S., Vice-Cha irma n ; Alpha Ga mma U psi lon , Pled ge Ma ter. GORDO T. EL 0 , B. . L E.; Ia ac hu e tt ; Pre id ent' Li t ( 2).

f ayna rd,

, B.. 1.E.; HARLE I CODEM Way ne, Indi a na: ew ma n lulJ.

F ort

Fourth Row : W ~T ER I ER E GARTE , B . . E. E.; a uk R ap id , Minne ota; T echnician; Pre ident Li t (9) ; H onor Ro~l (3). E DWI M. IITA I , B.S.M .E. ; Eleele, K a ua i, H awa ii ; H awaiia n Club , Trea urer , Secre tar y; Inter -Fra ternity Ba eball, Bowling; Pre~ id ent 's Li t ( 4) . ROB ERT K . IS HIDA. B . . El.E.; H onolulu , T .H.路 H a路w.1iia n Club , Vice-Presi dent ; InterFraternity Ba eball , Ba ketball , Bowling.

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First Row: IVA OG ERA-CUADRA, Drafting Diploma : Ma aya, ica rag ua, Central Ame rica. PA L WARREN ORMA , B.. C. E. ; la nd, Florid a; Sjgma Phi Delta, Chief neer ; Student Council ( 1) : T echnician port Ed itor, A ~ L tant Editor , Co- Editor : ident' Li t ( 1).

La keEngiStaff, Pres-

DA IEL E. o路BYR , B . .C.E.: Rutl a nd , r路 mont ; A.C.E ., Pre iden t, Trea ~ urt:r : tud e n t uunci l ( 2 ); Pre ide nt" ~ Li ~ t ( 3).

econd Row : JO E fARLI\ OLIVIERI-IZA G IRR E, Boliva r ity, Boliva r . ELiviER . OSMA , B.S.E.E .; _,.__aman, Ohio: H on or R oll ( 2). ARCHER G. PAGE, B.S.El.E .; Lo Angel e ~ , Californi a; S.A.R .E.; Ca merJ lub ; Ope n H ou e; Iota T a u K appa, Pre id ent: Pre 路 d ent'~ Li t (12) ; tude nt In tru c tor R E 151, R E I SlA, RE lOlA.

Third Row : EDGAR G. PA TOJA , B . . . E. ; Lima, P eru : occer Club ; Swi mm ~ n g. GERALD PARKER, B.S.M.E.; Detroit, :Mich iga n ; .A.E. ; A.R.S. ; Male Choru . P ARKER, B . . El.E. ; Kan a L E LIE IRVI ity, Mi ouri ; S.A.R.E.; Iota T a u Ka ppa , ec路 reta ry, Trea urer ; K .A.R.C. , Pre~ ide nt: Intramural Ba ketball , Softball , Golf: Iota T a u K a ppa: Pre~ ident"s Li t (10 ) : Honor R II (5) : tude nt In .. truc tor. EE 120, R E lOlA , R E lllA .

Fourth Row : ELMER JOH N PAR LA TE, G . .Ch .E.; Wilke . Barre, P ennsylvania; A.C.S.; A.I.C.E .: Kappa igma Kappa, S 2cre tar y; ewmalO Club ; Soft ball : Pre ident ' Li t (5); tud e nt In tructor. hemi try Lab . PARl\IIA PA YTO , Diploma Drafting; London, Kentuck y; Flying Club ; T ech n ician , a rti t. IRGILIO PEREIRA , B. .C. E.; Blman ga, Colombia, outh America.

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First Row: J LIO CESA R PEREZ, B. .C.E.; Colombia; Soccer ; H rmor R oll ( 1).

Medellin

ROGERT E. PER RAM, B.S .E.E. ~ Ohio; A.I.E.E.; Kappa S igma Phi.

Wooster,

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R. P E RRY, G.S.E .E.; Carrollton, Illinoi

econcl Row: WILLIAM GEOR GE PHILLIPS. B.S.E.E. ~ Fort Wayne. lndianaJ; A.I.E.E ., Vi ce- Pres ident ~ Var ity Ba eball : Intramural oftbaH. •

RO ALD C. PITE, B.S.C.E.; Davenport, Iowa: A,.C.E. ; Kappa Sigma Ka ppa, Secr etary; Newman Club ; Interd epartmental Softball ; Pre . . ident' Li t ( 2 ); Honor R oll (3). fA URICE R . POLl G, B.S.E.E. ; F ort Wayne, India!Jla; Sigma Phi Delta, Pledge Master ; Studen t Council, Secretary; Technician, Sport Ed• Jtor.

Third Row: JOSEF S. PO SLI NSKI, B.S.C.E. ~ Buffalo, New York~ A .C.E.; Vice- Pre ident ; ewman Club ~ Pre ident' Li t ( 5) ; H onor Roll (3). JOH W. POWELL, B.S.M.E.; F ort Wayne, Indiana: In tra m ural Sports. P ETRO PRY SH E PA , B.S.M.E.; F ort Wayne, Indi an a~ A . .M.E. ~ Volley Ball; Pre ident · ~ Li t ( 5).

Fourth R ow: JO SEPH J . P UCHAL KI, B.S.M.E .: Scranton , P enn ylvania. ICHOLAS J. R ~ DAZZO , B.S .C.E.; Buffalo, ew York ; Ba ketball ; Baseball. SID NEY A. RASNI CK , B.S.C.E.; BirminghaJm, Alabama; A.C.E.: President, Secreta ry; Alpha Gamma Up ilon, Secreta ry~ Student Council ; Technkian ; President's Li t.

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First Row: HA S 0. RA UDEP, B.S.C.E.: York; A.C.E.; I.A.S.; Na tion Open House; Volley Ball Team.

ew York, ew United Club ;

DAVID ALLE RA YBUR , B.S.El.E. ; Huntington, West Virginia; E.E.S., Secr etary: A.E.S.: S ..Al.R .C., Pre id ent, Secr etary, Treasurer , Pub licity. RICHARD PORTER REY OLDS, ] 1R ., B.S. E. E .: 路okomi . Florida; A.I.E.E. , Trea urer: Alpha Gamma p ilon, Vice-Pre ident, ecretar y, Treasurer ; Male Choru : Stud ent Counci l ; Ope n H ou e, Department Chai rman .

Second Row: ICHOLAS RI VERA , B.S.C.E.; Brooklyn , New York ; A.C.E.; Bowling: Softb all: Basketball. WAY E ROAHRI G, B.S.E.E.; Cosh octon, Ohio: Sigma Phi Delta; Student Council ; Varity Ba eball路 President' List ( 2). FRA CIS B. ROBBI S, B.S.M.E.; A hville, P enn ylvania: Junior Cia President ; Sigma Phi Delta, Secr etary; Bowlin g Club ; Male Choru ; Intra mural Softball ; Pre ident' Li t (7).

Third Row: R. GRA YDO ROBLI G, B.S.IVI.E.; Fort Way ne, Ind iana; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Pre ident, Chaplain . DONALD K . ROCKHILL, Mi chigan ; E.E.S.

B.S.El.E.;

N il e_,

RO ALD RO CKHILL, B.S.El.E.: il es, Michigan ; E.E.S.; K .A.R.C., Pre id ent, Vice-President, Trea urer, Publ ic ity: Yea rbook , A dverti..ing Manager .

Fourth Row : DON. LD LeROY ROGERS , B.S.El.E.; Fort Wayn e, Indiana; S.A.R .E.; Sigma Phi Delta: Student Council ; Techn icia:n, ew Editor, Feature Writer; Pre ident' List (3). EDWARD W. ROY, B.S.El. E. ; Holyoke, Ma achu etts; In tram ural Softball. FRA K JAMES R UGGIERO , B.S.Ch .E. ; ew York, ew York; A.C.S. ; Sigma Phi De1tru路 Freshman Class President; Student Council ; Softb all ; Ba ~ ehall: Intra mural Basketball ; A.I.C.E.

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First Row: .M IH T. AIFY, B . . . E.; Da ma cu , yria: A.C.E.: Arab Student Club, ecr eta r y: atio n nited Club: K appa igma Phi : F encing T eam, ice-Pre ident; wimming; Volley Ball: T a ble T enni .

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DARIO ALAZAR , Diploma Dra ftin g: Ca rtagu , Va lle, Colombia , o u th Ameri ca : Ph i I ota Alpha: Soccer Team. RICHARD E GE E ARBER, B . .Nf. E .: F o rt Wayne, India na: Alpha Gamma p ilon : Pre .. ident' Li t (4): tud ent In · tru ctor M a th 11 , ~Ia ~ h 21 , ~la th A .

S econd Row : FRA re i E. P enn y]van ia; Bowling.

CA HT E. B.. C. E.: A .C . . : Intram ural

1\ orvelt, oftba 11 ,

H E R , B . .E l.E.: IrvDO ALD STA LEY in gton. ew 1er .. ey: A .I. E.E.; .A .R .E .: K a ppa igma Phi; K.A.R. C . ; R ifle Club ; Flyi n g Club, Pre.. ident. GERALD WAY I£ C HM CKER , B . . f.E .; Latrob e. P enn ... ylvani a: A . . l. E.: K ap pa igma K a ppa. ecr e ta r y; nlale Choru .. : oft ball: Bowling: Presiden f Li ~ t ( 3) ; R ifl e lub: Flyi ng Club.

Third Row: \\"ILLI <\~I JOH

HR DER. B. - ~LE .: ~I a n ­ il:- tee, .Mic hi ga n: A . . ~I. E.: F enci ng luh. P re.. ident , YicePresid ent. Tr a ure r: a mer a C lu b, Vi re-Pre .. i dent : K .A .R. C. : T echnician ta fi. A~~i.. tan t Editor. Pho togr a pher : Y earbook: Photogra ph er : M ale Choru , Presi dent. ecr e tar y: F encing T ea m : ~ n : or Class Vice- Pre .. ident : Open H ouse: Ja tion ni ted Club . T

KARL E. CHW ARZ, B. .I\1.£.: Draftin g: Bron x. ~ ~w York . :"\ ew Ynrk ; K a ppa igma Phi . Pledgema ter : tud ent oun r il 3): Pre ident, Fre .. hma n C.a.. v: aswell Dra w·ng ward : tude nt In tru ctor ED 11. 12, 13 Draw ing, 11, 12, 1 a tio n ~ L~c ture: President'.. L ".. t (3): n ited Club. COTT. JR .. B . . E . E.: "'e~ t pringfield, ~fas.. achusetts : .I. E .E. : Alpha Ga mma p .. ilon. ecr e tar y, oc ia l Chai rm a n : Presid ent' LL t ( 1).

" . LLA E D.

Fourth Row : FREDERIC Mic higa n ~

EBE ER , B. .E.E. ~ Flint . .A.R .E.: A .E.E.E . : In tra m ural

D.

oftb all. :\lAX lARK York : I.A . .

~liTH,

B.. Ae.E . ~ Brookl yn.

ew

D lALD RL H ~liTH. B. . C.E.: Pittsburgh, P ennsylvania: Open H o u e.

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First R ow: H ER A OLART E, B . . C.E.: Cali-Colombia outh America. JAMES K . PITLER , B.S.Ae.E.; Sinking Spring, P enn ylva nia; I.A .S.; A .R .S. ~ Sigma' Phi Della; I.F.C.; S ~ud ent Council , President, Vice-Pre ident ; T echnician Advertising Manager; Yearbook, Bu in e iVIanager ; Sophomore Clas Pre id ent ; Jun ior Cia Presid ent ; Open H ou e: Ae.E. ~ i tant , Ae.E. 102, 110, 114; In tramural Softball ; Bnwlin g Club , Secr etary. JAMES D. STIFFLER , B.S.Ch.E.; South F ork, P enn ylvan ia · A .C.S., Pre ident ; Stud ent Co uncil ; Pre id ent' Li ~ t (5) ; Chemi try Lab In tructor.

econ d R ow: MARLY FLOYD TO E, B. . C. E.; Cop ali Cro ing, Wa hington ; A .C.E., Vice-Pre ident , Pre iden t · Sigma! Phi Delta: I.F.C.; Student Cou ncil: Technician; Var ity Ba eball. FORE T R. STRA UB, B. .Ae.E.; Grand J unct ion, Color ado; I.A.S., ecretary; Pre id ent ·s Li t ( 5). H E RY E. TY E, B . . Ea.E. ; Evan ton , Illinoi ; I.A . . ; K appa Sigma Kappa , Vice-Pre ident ; Flyi ng Club , Pre iden t ; A.R.S.

Third R ow: GORDO

SWA SO , B.S.M.E.; Warren, P ennylvani a~ ; A.S.M.E.; S.A .E.; Camera Club ; T echnician, Photograph er ; Bowling Club ; Pre ident' Li t (1 ). H USSEI MOHAMMAD ADV SWAY, B.S. M.E. ; J eru alem, J ordan ; Sigma Phi Delta: Ara b St·•dent C' ub , Pre ident ; T echnician , A i tan t Edi tor ; Yearbook; H onor Roll ( l ); aLions United Club , Pre... id ent. CHA RLES S. ZILI, B.S.M.E.; W elland. Ontario, Canada; Kappa Sigma Phi ; Bowlin g Club · Pre ident' Li t.

Fourth Row: TADA HI T A AKA, B.S.C.E.; P aparik u, H awa ii ; T.H .: A .C. E. ; Pre ident - Lit ( 2 ). RITSUO TAM UR A, B.S.M .E.; Lahaina, Maui, H :-1waii: H awaiian Club , Pre iden t ; President' Li t ( 4). FREDERICK K . T.A AKA, B.S.El.E.; Kueuihaele, Hawaii; E.E.S., Trea urer ; H awaiian Club, Pre id en t ; Sw imming; Softball ; Pr~i ­ den t' Li t (5): Ca well E ng ineering Award .

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First R ow : DAV ID C. TAYLO R , B . . 1.E.; Dub uqu e, Iowa: A . . M .E.; S.A.E. GEO R GE TH OMA , B.. E l. E.; ew York.

ew Rochelle,

CARL THOMP SO , JR., B.S .E .E . ; Ric hmon dale, O hio: S igma Phi Delta; H nor Roll ( 2).

S econ d R otv : R OBERT J . TH OMP 0 Center Penn ~ ylva ni a .

, B. . E .E.;

CH ARLE A. T H OM P 0 Mi i ippi.

, B. . El.E. ;

LO UIS TOMA I E, B . . M.E .; P enn ylva nia; Pre iden t ·~ L i t (3).

Marion

1a ben.

a rb ond a le,

Third R ow: LEO ARD C. T O , B. . M.E.: Bri tol, Connectic ut ; igma Phi D lta ; tu de n t Counc il (2) ; Intra mura l Ba ke tba ll , o ft ba ll , Bowlin g ; H onor Roll ( 5 ) ; tu dent ln ~ tru c to r, Mac hi ne T ool La b. FRA COl R . T RA H A , B . .E. E.; brid ge, M a ~c llU e ll · ; A. I. E.E.; Ka ppa K a ppa, Secr eta r y, Pre ~ i d ent ; New ma n tuden t Counc il ; Ma le Churu ', Secre ta r y ; , :rinn . B usi n e~ s Ma na g r ; T enn i T ea m

outhigma Club ; TechOpen

Hou e. LO R E L. TRJB EY. B.. EI.E.: F : m i n g~ b u r g. K •ntuc ky : E.E .. : Pr · id nt' L i t (8} .

Fourth R ow : W I LLI AM BRO W T MMEY, B . . E .E.; Dover, ew J er - .:!Y; K a ppa ig ma Phi, Vice-Pre j . dent, Pledgema te r ; Bowling Club ; Ba eball ; Ba ketball. ROBE RTO J . EGA, B. .M .E ., Ma nagua, a rag ua , C.A. ; H onor Roll ( 2) .

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VER 0 C. VI CE , JR., B.S.E.E. ; F or t W a yne, Indian a ; Vice-Pre ide nt Junior Cla ; Sigma Phi Delta; Yea rbook ; Bowling Club ; Pre ident 's Li t ( 1).

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First Row: T HOMA VLATTA , Mech ani ca l Drafti ng DiP ott town , P enn ylva ni a; A . .M .E., ploma; ha irma n, Vice-Chairma'Il , Trea ~ urer, ecreta r y ; Alpha Gamma U psilon, Pr id ent, Vi ce-President, H ou e-Man ager ; Bowling; oftb al1 ; Open H ou e.

D ALD E. WAI WRIGHT, B. . L E.; ta ten I la nd , ew Y ork : K appa ig ma K a pp a, Chapla in, Pr ident : Li t.

Student Co unc il ;

Pre ident's

ALLA L . WE JERBERG, B. . E.E.; t. J o.. eph , rf ic higa n; AJ.E .E.; I ota T a u K a ppa, VicePre ident ; Presid ent' Li t (8); tud ent In~ tru tor , Ph y.. ic 2L

econd Row : WILLIA iVI R . W EY A T, B.. El.E.; ew York.

helsea,

JACK E. W EYLE R: B . . E.E.; Hunting ton , In dian a ; Flyi ng Club : Ba ·k etba ll ; o ftb all ; Pre id cnt' Li ~ t (4); H onor R oll. DO E. WIL 0 1, JR .. B . .!\I.E.: E lkha rt. In dia na; igma Phi D elta. A .... i.. ta n t Pled ge mas te r ; Pre.. id ent' Li .. t (-!).

Third R ow: GERALD LEE WIL 0 , B .El. E.; Geo r getown , outh Carolina; .A.R E. ; K a ppa igma K a ppa, ecreta r y; S tudent Co unci l ( 2) ; President ' Li st (3).

JA IE

l\I. WI

-, B. .C.E.; ew Haven , Con necti cut : A.C.E.. ecreta r y. Pre ident ; Pre.. iden t' List ( 10) : H onor R oll ( 2 ).

RI HARD l\L W OLFE. B . . . E .; Yoder. India na: A .C.E .

Fourth Row: T AKEO YAMA N E, B. . 1. E.; H on lulu , H awa u•• . ALBERTO YEPES, B . . Ch .E.: lumbia, ou th America; A .C. .

Arme nia, Co-

OTT C HI YEW, B.. I.E.; nrth P oint , Hongko ng: A.S. I.E.: .A . E.; F encin g lub · ' Hawa iia n lub ; F lyi ng lub.

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First Row: ROB ERT LE P e nn ylvania;

B. L. YO Pcnn · y lva nia ~

YO T, B.S.El. E.: .A.R .E . G, B.. h .E.~ W e~ t A.C.S.; Rifl e C: ub .

DilJ ~ burg,

prin gfield ,

JOH D. YO G, B.. El.E. ~ Findlay, Ohio: .A.R .E .. Cha irman ; K .A.R .C., Vice-Pre ·ident : C olid ge Awa rd in Phy ic ~ Out~ta ndin g Electroni c tud ent 1955; Presid ent' Li t ( 4) ; tud ent I n tr:.;ctor, RE 101 , R E lOlA .

econi R otc: KE

ETH A. YO G. B. . . E.; Ahonna. P enn ylva nia ; A.C.E., Trea ~ ure r ; Iota Ta u K ::tppa; Pre ident'- List (7). JOH · ew

RI CHARD YO RA, B . . E.E.; Buffalo, Ynrk : A.I .E.E.: Pre~ · d e nt , opho~o r e l a~~= tudent Coun cil (l ); Pre~ id ent ' .. Li ~t (9); Intramural oftba ll .

. J O EPH ZA~[BITO, B. E. E.; B . . El.E.: .I.E.E.; Intramural oftb a ll: Kap pa ig ma K a ppa; ewma n Club ; President ' Li ~ t ( 1).

Th ird R ow: BER ARD A RTH R ZEGAR J\.1. B.S .Ae.E.: outh Ambo y. ew J e r~ ey; A.R . . ; I.A .R . ~ Ka ppa ig ma Phi; B owling ~ Open H o~ ~ e.

T A. ILEY ZELA K , B. . I. E.; W ood rid ge, ew York.

CHARLE Z I\I~IER~J A 1, B. . El.E.: H a lifax, P enn ylva n ia; .A.R .E.: I ntra mural uftball: Iota T a u K a ppa, ec re tary-T rea urer; Pr sid ent's List (9).

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J OSEPH FRA K FOY, B. . ELE., Furt Way ne, Indiana;

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Yearbook

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31A (4) Ph 41A (3), Ph . B (1 ) . ROLA D D. CREE , B. . . E.; Charle · ton , EA RL

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Washi ngton ·

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, B . .Ch.E.; Cal i, Colombi a,

A.C . . · R cord er ann Vice-President, .. .E.T. ; Tech nician, re· porter (4), -ports editor , as t.

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GEORGE E.

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Manager Mn. R. D. D E RM ER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chief Consultant MR. R. L. MoRRI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ... . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Produ ction Engineer MR. R. C. R u HL .. . .. . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... .•... Consultant DR. I vA PLA CK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Consultant MR. R. CAR o . ....................................................... Consultant DR. T. G. D1xo ... . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Consultant MR. B. Dow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Consultant WHIT EY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chie f Development Engineer M R. B. K EMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Development Engineer M R. A RTH UR PRI CE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . Developm ent Engineer M R. MA URI CE IMMO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Development Engin eer MR. R. D. S YDE R . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Development Engineer MR. R. D. Hue HE . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Development Engineer MR.

ELBER . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • • Business

T otal Proj ects a of May 1956 ....................................... P ercent increase in number during ear 1955-56 ....................... T tal number of faculty staff employed full-and-part-titne ............... Total number of students employed part-ti1ne .......................

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R oBERT W. IcA LOA r • • • • • • • • Lambertville, New Jersey Eo lUN D J . McMAHO ... . . . . . . ... eattle, Wa hin gton EDWARD F. MA I EL .. . .. .. .... . .. . Fort Wayne, Indiana IRVI G I. MAIVK TA . . . . . . . . . . . . . ew York, New ork E. J OH 1A c . .. . ...... . . . . .. . Bri tol Connecticut HAROLD . I RCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . laywood, lllinois WILLIAM H. l\1 THEW . .. ... . .. .. In diana poll , Indiana CARL rvL ME GA I ...... .. .. . . . . ... Queen New york WILLIAM D. I ERCER . . . .. . .......... ...... Troy, Ohio SALVATORE P. MERCURI . JR .......... U tica, New York HARRY E. MER ARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ionroeville, Ohio RoBERT E. I ETZGER . . . . . . . . . . llentown, P enn ylvania W. VIRGIL liLLER ... .. . . . . .. . . . .. ....... Bryan, Ohio LL YD E. 1oRRI ....... . . . . .... :\Iayfield H eight Ohio BRYO JERE BERG . . Lynbrook, Long I land, ew York J OEL M. OP 1\1ER . . . . . . . . . . t. Clair Shore , Michigan K. B. PARK ...... . . . . . .... . . Ber genfield, NewJersey JAMES F. P ATTO .. . .. . . . . . .... . Fort Wayne, Indiana R AYMONO c. P ELO r •• • • • • • • • • • • • • WhitehalL Michigan WALTER A. P ETER o .. ... .. .. ........ .. T oledo Ohio WILLIAM C. PoKOR~Y ...... .. ... . Fort Wayne, Indiana KEITH D. PR CI E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pringfield, Ohio JoH 0. Q IRK ..... .............. . Union, New Jersey JAMES E. RIDGWAY .... . .... Philadel phia, P enn ylvania E DWA RD W. RIDGWAY .. . . .. . Philadelphia, Penn ylvania Do N L. R ocKE FELD ER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tra burg, Ohio JAMES J. R o EY . ... . . ......... K alan1azoo, Michigan JOSEPH A. R ELL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . yracu e. New York 1\.tlERRILL . A CRA I 'T .. . .. .. Pitt ·burgh, Penn ylvania HENRY J . G .. . . • •.. . . . . . . . . . Dover, New J er ey :HENRY B. COTT .... . .. . . ... . ... . F ort Wayne~ Indiana LLOYD G. ELLER ... . . ... . ... . . . King ton , New York J. L. Me HERRY J R. ......... . Can1p Hill P enn ylvania THOM~s F. HOVLIN ... . ...... ...... Waba h Indiana HARRY .T. lEGEL . .. ... .. .... . .. . Fort Wayne, Indiana BRUCE A. I CLA IR ... . . . ...... . ...... Midland, Texas HERMAN r EMT.; .. .. ........ . Fort Wayne, Indiana W. G. SK I ER ... . . . . ..... .... . Churubu co, Indiana J AME F. 11TH ...... .... ... P _tt -burgh, P enn ylvania VER ON E. REl'i ); ........ Fall River, Ma achu etts FoRREST L. PEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . orwood, Ohio VIRGIL R . To ER ... . . . ..... ...... Columbu, Indiana RICHARD J. TOWE . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... Jack on, Michigan H oLLY H . TRA G .. ....... Ri chland Center, Wi con in H AROLD E. TLIEF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ea ttle, Wa hington DALE E. WIGERT ...... ... .. . . .. . F ort Wayne Indiana ERNEST KHEK- E1 c TA . ....... . Kowloon, H ong Kong WILLIAM I. TAYLOR ... .. ..... .... .. Newark, Delaware DoN ATO F. TIBERATURE . . ... . ... . Kingston New York P. H. TILFORD ....... . . ... . .. ...... Waldron, Indiana DoNALD T ooo ... . .. .. . ...... Harper Wood , Michigan J AMES TR VI .•... .. . • . . . . . . .. •••• Ander on. Indiana LE TER . TRIER .. .. . ... . .. . . .. .. .... Elkhart, Indiana PHILLIP TRYO Lo Angele • California R OLD D. VALE JCI:\ . . . . . . . . . . . . . ea ttle, Wa hington RICH no E. V LLEY . . . . . . . . . . . . . an Diego, California R oBERT D. V DERL Yl\ . . ... . . • . . . Bal timore, iaryland ALBERT F . WA ZIE .. Charle ton Height , South Carolina W ILLI AM WALLACE W ARRE ..... Fall Church, Virginia J oE . WA CAVAGE .... . . . .... everna Park.l\tlarvland • EoWIN L. WEDEL . .. . ... .. . . . ... .. ...... Dalla . Texas ADRIA J. WE TBROOK ............ Kenmore, New York BI G G. w·0 G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iarana, rizona G LE E. E KLEY .. ...... . ..... We tfi.eld. New J ersey R oBERT K. YoKOM TO . . . . . . lan1ogordo, New i ex ico CH RLE 0. ou G . • • • • • •••••• • •• W olf Lake, Indiana LT. JG. MARK E. You G ...... San Francisco, California

JAME M. ALL lA . . ...... . ...... . amden,NewYork HARRY L. ALM TEAD .... . . . . . ...... ... W ichita, Kan a J ERRY N. ANDERSO ... . . . ......... . Wa hington, D.C. J SEP H B RTO .. . . ... . . . . .. .. .Milwaukee Wi co n in J o II 0. BERRY . ...... . ....... . .... Effingham, lllinoi L EWIS F. Bmo o G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . an ntonio, Texa J AMES G. BLE 1 G ....... . . . ..... ... lVIt. Vernon, Ohio RoGER P. BREWER . ... ... . . . . . . . ......... Akron, Ohio J oHN M. BROW , JR. . .... . .. ........... Dallas, Texa LA WRE CE 1. B LL . . . . . . . ... Pitt burgh Penn ylvania ARTHUR E. B RKE ... . . ... . ..... Warren, Rhode I land R BERT 0. B RTO · . .... ........ Ro e1n ead, California R BERT H. CLARK .. . .. .. . .. ..... .. Beacon. New York WILLIAM C. CLos ... ... . . . ... .. .. .. l bany,NewYork K EITH L. Co ER . ... ... . . ... . .. Wya ndotte, ~Iichi gan LEWIS CRAMER, JR .... . . .. ... .. .. .... . Columbu .Ohio E uGENE D EN AGEL .. .... ... . . . . . . . . Newark, New York JAMES 0. DEALY .. . . . . .. .... .... . . Whittier, California J o HN F. DICKMAN .. ... . . ... . .... .. Tulsa, Oklahon1a LEROY DIMMICK .... .... . . ... .... Baltimore, Maryland J OSEPH A. DIPIRRO . ... . . . . .. ....... Depew, New York LT. TH OMA P . Do,VLI G .. ...... Fort Belvoir, Virginia ltiCHARD C. EoWARD . . . . ro -se P oin t Farm , Michiga n FRAN K J. EIBE ... ... ... ... ......... Cincinnati, Ohio CHARLES l\1. ELLIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . nlumbia City, Indiana J AMES 1(. F ARMERLEE ... . .... . . . . Indianapolis, Indi ana P ETER R. FATJA ow . ... . .. . .. .. ... ... Cleveland, Ohi WILLIA M E. FE 1 LER . . ... . ... . . . .. . . ... Dayton. Ohio Do ALO E. F1 HER .. . ...... . . . ... Fort Wayne, Indiana EM UEL FLAG ELL" . . . .... . .. . .. . . Dun kirk, New Yor k R o BERT J. F o LEY ..... . . ... . . . . .. Lorrance. California CLARK K . F o G ..... . ........... .. ..... .. Ames, Iowa RICHARD A. F oRo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iuckego, Wiscon in KERMIT H. GEORGE .. . . . . . .... .' . . .... Bluffton, Indiana FRA CIS H. GERLACH . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . ... Kent, Ohio WILLIA M E. GILBERT ... .... .. We t H aven, Connecticut J EA L. Go uLET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ea ttle, Wa hington J o EP H GRAZIA o . . . . . . . . . . . . rth Ber gen, ew York CLASIUS A. GREC .... . . . ... . . . .... .. Columbus, Ohio LMA ll. G1u TA .... . ..... . Wether field. Connecticut H. C. H ABEGGER .... . .. ... ... . . .. Fort Wayne, Indiana H. J. H AMLI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01n erdale, New J er ey ANDREW H AN KSKY . . . . . ... . . . . .. .. Che. . terton, Indiana MICHAEL H A VSCHAK . .... .... .... . ... .. Warren, Ohio GEORGE H ASOBE ... .. . . . . . . . ...... Downey, California GAYLORD E. HEASTON . ... ... . ...... . Beloit, Wiscon in FRED HIRAOKA ........ ..... . . .... P a adena. California DoN HousTO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t. Louis, Missouri DENVER C. H owARD .. ..... .. .... . . . . ... Gary, Indiana J OSEPH F. I Acovo .... . . ... .. .. ...... . Columbus, Ohio J OSEPH F. IBARRA . ... . ... . .. .... Tarrytown, New York ROBERT S. IcKES .. ... . . . . . . . . Bethlehem, P ennsylvania P A L J OH IS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ollege Park, Maryland HARPER J OHNSO . JR. . . . . . . . . . reenwood. Mis i ippi D ~ J. K A En ... . . . . ... . .. . . ...... Barberton, Ohi T LEY KELLEn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . helton. Connecticut J o EPH KLEIN . . . . . ... ........... Br oklyn, New York NOREW J. Ko T, J R. . . . . . . . . . . . . nn rbor, Michigan EL wooo L. KRo T . . . . . . . . . . . tlanche ter, Connecticut LowELL W. KRATZER ........... . . . .... Defiance, Ohio FRA K N. LEAHY ..... .... . . ..... Baltimore, Maryland R oBERT S. LEE .... .. . . .. ........... .. ... Akron, Ohio JAMES L. LEEPER . . . . . . . . . . . . . or t h Ea t Penn ylvania WE DELL W. Lo wRY . .. . .. . . ..... ... Perrysburg Ohio

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