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Ed itor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RONALD L. GOULD Assistan! Edito r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RICHARD E. BENDER As sistant Ed itor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOLLIS V. YOUNG Photography

DUANE HOFFMAN

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WOLF & DESSAUER

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NEUMAN STUDIO

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WATTERS STUDIO

Faculty Adv isor

MR. DARROW C. FOX


ESIDENT'S

MESSAGE

Perhaps few colleges have "grown up " as suddenly as has Indiana Techn ical College. One day OUr faculty and st udent body occupied approximately 40,000 square feet in a downtown building , part of which was a converted mortuary. The next day the students and faculty held classes on a campus of twenty-two buildings occupying more than twenty acres! (Those of you who were here in the summer of 1957 know that the transition, while not quite as dramatic as that, was almost as sudden!) The root growth of Tech since its inception in 1930 made possible this sudden fruition. Fertile seed has been planted in well-tilled soil. Each of us,faculty member and student has worked vigorously and God has blessed our efforts! On our new campus evidence of growth is all about us. The new Dana Science Building gives testimony of continuous growth and expansion. Through the years, buildings will be added to help meet the ever-increasing responsibilities which confront institutions of higher learning. Brick , mortar and modern buildings, however, do not make a college. The essence of a college is a competent faculty , teaching curious and since re students. We, the faculty and Administration of Indiana Technical College , pledge to you, the students , our best efforts. ARCHIE T. KEENE, President


Mr. Dana speaks at Cornerstone Laying Ceremony.

Th e corne rstone for the new Dan a Science Building on the Ind iana Technical College campus is placed in position by Charles A. Dan a, Presi dent of Dana Corp. as Archie T. Keene, Presiden t of the college , and other dignitaries look o n.


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At My open house or homecoming, a reception center for registration and guides for tours of the premises are essential e lem.ents. Above shows the reception center and some guests r.e gistering . Above , Miss Neum an , secretary at Tec h, pa sses ou t litera ture pertaining to the fe sti vities to Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Campbell of Mea d J o hn son a nd Co. while Daniel Noble of Motoro la and J o hn Mee of Indiana Un iversity look on .


Professors , members of ITC Board of Directors , and recipients of eitations ga t her for procession to dedication ceremonies in lTC's gym .

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.----------.--~.--------~--------------------~ . Reception for Mrs. Dana held at President Keene 's home. Left to right: Mrs. A. T. Keene , Mrs. C. A. Dana , Mrs. Carl Pierson , Mrs. D. W. McMillen , and Mrs. Arthur Fruechtenicht.

Student Joe Miller greets A. L. Freedla nder, president, Dayton Rubber Co., as he disembarks from his private plane to attend Tech 's festivities.


View of speaker's platform, Dedication Day, in lTC's gym.

D E DICATION

Wheeler Sammons. Jr., Editor.Publisher , "Who's Who of America, " speaks at dedication ceremony.

Sammons presenting "Who's Who" Citation to Mr. Dana .

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Guests and visitors congregate before dedication .

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Recipients of citations for distinguished leadership in industry followed by faculty in procession to dedi. cation ceremony held in Tech gym.

TOLEDO CIVIC CHORUS: Roger Barnes, Director; Esther West, Accompanist; and William Hazard, Tech Instructor, guest conductor (Founder and Permanent Conductor 1951.1957). This group provided a special concert for the dedication ceremonies.


Over every enterprise The shadow of a, great man lies. Back of all things worthy wrought Lie his vision and his thought. (From "On e Man's Shadow" )

CHARLES A. DANA A .B.. M .A ., D.C.L., L. L.D.

Arthur Fruechtenicht, Attorney at La w, Chairman of the Board of Directors of lTC , accepts new Dana Scie nce Build• '"9·

Lawyer

Industrialist -

Benefactor of Mankind

Servant of Education all these titles portray the

mu ltiple fa cets of the man to whom wa s paid due tribute du ri ng the Dedi cation Day ce remonies . It wa s Ch a rles A. Dana, who as Founde r and President of the Dana Fo und ati o n, gave Indiana Techn ical C ollege the new $300 ,000 Dana Scie nce Bu ilding . When the offer of the new bui ldi ng wa s made, Mr, Dana "challenged " the college and the commun ity to raise an additiona l $600,000 to purchase equipme nt for the new building and to remodel a nd renovate the existing bu ildings on Tech 's campus. This cha llenge was met through the ded icated services of committee members who worked lo ng and diligently in behalf of the Tech Ad van cement Program . We know th at in sa luting Mr. Da na , he would be the first to point o ut th at without the gene ros ity of local and area firms, foundations, friend s and alumni, thi s momentous occasion would not have been possible.


Philo Farnsworth and family view general chemistry laboratory with Prof. Irving Weinstein.

Displays of native goods from Arab countries.

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Demonstration of magnet wire test equipment built by Research, Development and Testing Department.

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Dr. Dixon shows distinguished guests Ronald Hazen, John Campbell, David Byrd and Leroy Stutzman-the Geiger counter.

"Young" Tech student takes a "transit" view of the future.

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C. A. OVERHOLT

MAC A. FUELBER

Vice· President and Tre asu rer

Bu si ness M ana g er a nd D irector of Pu rchases

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ROBERT C. RUHL

DONALD W. ROBINSON

Dean of Engineering

Dean of Student.

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HERMAN A. SINEMUS

INEZ M. PONTIUS

Administrative Engineer

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Anyone who remains calm in the midst of all this confusion simply does not understa nd the situation.


IONGAN STAFF

HOLLY YOUNG Assistant Editor

The life of every man is a diary in wh ich he writes one story but mean s t o write another; and hi s humblest moment is when he co mpares the volume as it is, to what he vowed to make it. (S ir James Barrie) . Yearbooks have little sig nifica nce other than so uven ir proporti on when first rece ived . Their value t o the individual increa ses as time pa sses. The picture story whi ch unfol ds as the pages a re turn ed, depicts the events whi ch too k place while you attended Tech. Th ese events wi ll probably be made mo re mem o ra ble for those who participated in some of the sc hool activities. Participation is the spice of existence

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life yo u look back upon be a zestfu lone. THE STAFF

RICHARD BENDER

RON GOULD Ed itor


Coe d s a t Te ch. Sitti ng , left to right: Brunhilde Zimm , Co logne , Germany ; Martha Szamossi , Budapest, Hungary; J a d ie Dieh l, Davison , M ich igan . Standing : Diana A lyana k, Istanbu l, Turkey ; Si lvia Bingenheimer, Maui , Hawaii.

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING Aero nautical Engineering ha s made momento us strides in the 54 years sin ce the firstflight of heavierthan -air ma c hines. Since the Wright Bro thers first airplane t o t o day 's superso nic fighters, the airc rnft indu stry ha s seen many changes. Today 's aircraft designers a nd bui lders wo rk a s a team . In dividual eng ineers con centrate their effo rt on smal l ph as es of the overall project, resulting in a co mp licated but efficient design. More and more scie ntific knowledge is necessary t o keep pace with t oday's advanced aircraft. The impo rtan ce of ba sic knowledge in t he field s of mathematics, ph ysics , and mechanics is beco ming mo re apparent. The Aero nautical Engineering Department at Indiana Tec hnical College stri ve s t o have the student well prepared in the ba sic sc ien ce s befo re the advan ced aeronautical topics are undertaken. A graduate with a B.S. degree in Aeronauti ca l En gineering may enter many pha se s of the a ero nauti c al field. Th e ever increa sing adva nces

PROFESSOR BENJAMIN L. DOW H ead , A ero naut ica l Engi nee ri ng Depa rtm ent

in the fi eld of ae ronau ti cs , suc h a s the earth sa tell ite pro ject, wi ll co ntinue t o o ffer a challange to the engineers of the present a nd future.

BENNETT L. KEMP

WILLIAM S. HAZARD

Assista nt Profess o r

Instructor

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Right: The test section of the new wind-tunnel which was completed during the summer of 1958.

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Second Row:

JAWAD ADHAM, Beirut, Lebanon; I.A.S., United Nations Club, Secretary of Arab Student Club; Fencing Club, Vice President, Captain of Foil Team, Sergeant of Arms; President's

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HARRY LLOYD BAKER, JR ., Fort Wayne , Indiana ; Intramural Softball, President's List, Three terms ; American Rocket Society.

list, Four terms. I.A.S., S.A.E.,

DENNIS E. RELLlNG, McArthur, California ; Flying Club;

United Nations Club, Pakistan Student Association , President;

President's List, Seven terms ; Caswell Engineering Drawing

MUSHTAQUE AHMED,

Karachi,

Pakistan;

Fencing Club, Captain of Saber Team; President's li st , One

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term. FRED C. BADER, Harrison, Ohio; I.T.K.; President's List, Five

HEINO BORN , Baltimore , Maryland ; President 's list, Six

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terms ; Honor Roll , One term .


LEFT First Row : MI C HAEL A. BO WEN , Fo rr Wa yne, Ind iana ; Pre sid ent's Li st , E;g ht term s, H o no r Roll, Th ree t erms. SIEG FRIE D W . BRUNNENKA N T, H eppenhei m/ Bergstr., G erman y ; I.A .5., Fen ci ng Cl ub , Ma le C ho rus, Pres id en t' s List , Eight t erms; A eE 702A , A e EI14A ,W inter t erm . Second Row: RI C H A RD B. DON ER , To ro nt o , On t ario ; Pre sid en t' s Li st , Three t erm s. G ENE B. DURAND , Shelto n, Wa shi ngto n ; A lp ha G amma U ps ilo n, Presid ent.

I.A.S ., A.R .S. ;

BELOW First Row: GO RDO N M . HARP5R , Perry, M ichig an ; Fencin g C lub ; Beta Sigm a Tau; Intram ura l Softb al l and Footba ll. HERBERT O. KREDIET , C o rsi ca, Sourh Dakota ; I.A.S., Sec retary , Chai rma n; Presi d en t' s List Six te rms. DO U G LAS E. M ac KINN O N , Elbero n, N ew Je rsey ; S.A .M .E. ; Flying Cl ub . Second Row: DANIEL T. M O UREY, Fo rt W ayne , Ind iana ; I.T.K. ; Presi d ent's List, Seven t erms; St ud ent Inst ructo r, Phy. A , Two t erms. RO Y E. PRE N TICE , W ethe rsfiel d , C o nne ct i cut ; S.A .M .E.; Socce r 195 6路57 ; Intra mu ra l Softba ll and Baskerba ll . VINCE N T QU AGLIARIELLO, Bro o kly n, N ew Yo rk; N ewman C lub , Pub licity C o mmi ttee Chairman ; Bowling; Fencing ; Softb all; Rifle Tea m.

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C A N D I D A T E s TOP First Row : RICHARD J. RAJCHEL , South Hadley Falls, Ma ss. ; President's List; American Rocket Soci ety; S.A.E. RUSSEL E. RH ODES, Tippecanoe, Indiana ; Rifle Club, Trea surer ; Kemp Canon Trophy Award; Intramura l Softball. GEORGE A. SEFTO N, Shand on, Ohi o; Pre si dent's List, One term . Second Row: LARRY C. SHROUT, Fo rt Wa yne, Indiana; Kappa Sigma Phi, Ple dge Ma ster; Se c retary, Fo ur term s; Var si ty C lu b, Treasurer; KEKIONGAN , One term; Fencing Team, Three Years; Captain , Epee Team . DONALD J . SKIBA, Roc hester, New Yo rk; Newman Club, Vice Pre si dent; Camera Cl ub, Chairman ; Studen t In structor, Ph ys 22 , One term ; Ph ys 32 , One term. DALE E. STEVENS, Niles, Michig an; Iota Tau Kappa, Three term s; Pre $i de nt' s Li st , Fou r term s. RIGHT Fi rst Row : HAROLD E. VICKERS , Mi lls boro, Delaware. HAL E. WEIDNER , Montpel ier, Ohio; Kappa Sigma Ph i, Reco rder; KEKIONGAN , One term; Intramural Baske tba ll and Volley ba ll; Pre si dent' s List, Two term s. Second Row : JOHN R. WENCIL, Ashtabu la, Ohi o ; I.T.C . Flyi ng Cl ub , Se cretary and Trea su rer. ROBERT S. WIND , Buffalo, New Yo rk; Beta Sigma Tau, Pledge Ma ster; Intramura l Footba ll and Voll e yba ll.

NOT PICTURED ALLEN F. CULLEN , JR ., Fo rt Wa yne, Ind iana; Mem ber, American Rocket Socie ty. ROGER ISH IKAWA, Hilo , Hawa ii; Pre si d ent's List , Two terms; Hawa ii an C lub; A.C.E.

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One of the newest branches of engineering, Ch emical Engineering, ha s advanced rap id y . Practically all indu st ry in some stage of proce ssing, development, or manufacturin g, must depend upon men with a knowledge of chemi stry. Today t here are hig hl y spec ialized and diversified field s suc h as Gas , Metallurgical, Ceram ics, and Petroleu m. Becau se of its bein g the ba sic techn o logy underlying the deve lopment and operation of virtually all industry , Chemical Engineering will realize DR. TOO B. DIXON

even greater growth in the years t o come.

H ea d , Ch emical En g ineeri ng

JOSEPH W. CRANMER A ssistant Professor

JOHN COCHRAN A ssistant Professor

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Prof. Cranm e r at base of Fractional distiller.

CANDIDATES DEG EE

Fractional distiller in new Lab. Build ing .

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First Row: WILLIAM W . BROWN . JR ., Milford, Delaware ; Ameri can Chemical Soci ety .

DO NA LD COU LTeR, Luto n, Bedfo rd shi re , England; Amer i. can Chemica l Socie ty; American In stitute of Chemi ca l En gineers; "Technician," Repo rter and Fea t ure writer, Three terms.

Second Row : JAMES P. CRADLE:R, Harrison, Ohio; Amer ican Chemi ca l Socie ty; Ameri ca n In sti tut e of Chemi cal Eng inee rs; Intram ural Baske tb all and Softbal l.

DE LBERT A. DIDIE'R , Mend ota, Illi nois; Ameri can Chemical Society , Pre si dent ; Sigm a Phi Delta. 21


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Fi rst Row:

RO BERT D. FAIRCHILD, Danbury, C onn.; A.C.S.; Bowling Club; Intram ura l Sports, Basketba ll, Bowling, Softba ll, Touch foo t-ball.

JO HN R. DOOLEY, Louisville, Ky.; Ameri ca n Chemical Society. Venezuela,

TH O MAS M .E. MIN DOCK, Ph illi psburg, N e'w Jersey; A.C .S.; Beta Sig ma Ta u; Intram ural Soft-ball.

WILLIAM A . J ENNIN GS, Ri chm ond, Indiana, A.C. S., Vi cePre s. ( 1957) ; Bowling C lu b; Intram ural Sports, Basket-ba ll. Softball, Vol leyball , Touch Football ; Presid ent-'s List- (3 terms); H onor Roll (3 term s).

FI DI?L SALAZAR, C olombia, S.A. ; A.1.Ch .E.; A.C.S.; H ono r Rol l (3 t-erms).

PEDRO J OSE GOM EZ MARTI NEZ, A.C.S. , A.1 .C hE .; Ph i Iota A lpha.

Caracus,

ATHAR A . SHA M SI, Jamaica, L.I., N ew Yo rk ; Presi dent-' s Li st ( I t-e rm ) . ERNEST KEN KARS, Toronto, Ont- ., Canada; A.C.S .

Second Row: WILLlA'M F. LaPO INTE, C lin t on, M ass. ; A .C .S., Pres., Sec .; N ewman Cl ub ; A ssistant Instructor Chem.- 12 Lab . (3 term s) . GERMAN O LIV O DELG AD O, Va lencia, Venezuela; A .C.S., Sec retary; Intram ura l Sp ort s, Ba s ke ~ ba ll. Bowling, Softball, Touch Footba ll. PAUL G. RO BERTS, Broo klyn, N ew Yo rk; A.C.E. ; Kappa Sigma Ph i; President's List (3 term s); H onor Rol l (5 term s) .

RIGHT WILLIAM C. W OODSO N , Mar ysvi lle, Ohio ; A .C.S. ; Student C ou nci l; A.C.E .; H onor Roll (2 terms). LEROY E. WI CK LIFFE , Fort W ayne, Ind iana ; A.C .S.

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Ne.cessary calculations follow an experiment.

Double effect e vapora tor.

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Pilot plant, plate -and -frame filter pre ss.

Apparatus for hydraulic and fluid flow measurements.

Apparatus for precipitation and centrifugal separation.

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T DR. WILLIAM E. DONAHUE Head . Chemistry Department

CHARLES D. DILTS

ROBERT J. SWINDELL

I nstructer

Lecturer

IRVING J. WEINSTEIN

EDWARD P. GUINDON

A~istant Profes sor

Instructor

Chemistry is one of the fundamental sciences, im portant both in that it underlies all phases of modern living and in its own ri g ht as a field of employment for the seve ra l hundred thousand American chemists. Its scope includes everything from process control and analysis to the "g lamor" fields of nuclear science and rad ioactive tracer technique, biochemical research, and organic synthesis of vital drug s, pla stics, and explosives. 24


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CHEMISTRY

Candidate for Degree

JOSEPH P. Ll NTEAU , Oakville, C o nn. ; A.C.S .; Sec retary; Bow ling C lu b; Intramural spo rts, Softba ll, Basketball; Assistant in Chemistry Lab. (7 term s) .

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C I V I L ENGINEERING Th e develo pment in th e vari ous branches of engineering ha s created new problems in the de si gn and construction of bu il ding s, highwa ys, airports , and other structure s. The Civ il En g ineer is meeting the demand s of our pre se nt age with new meth od s and idea s. Even th ough Civil Eng in eering is the oldest of the fie lds of enginee ri ng , it con tinue s to grow and develop and provide opportun ities fo r men of vi sion . PROFESSOR ROBERT C. RU HL H ead , Civ.il Engineerin g Department

CHAUNCEY McANLIS Le cturer

WILLARD H. STEVENSON Lec turer

DON BERGER Instructor

MELVIN H. RODENBECK Instructor

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES VARTKES DAJAD AN DO N INAN , Bagh dad , Iraq; Gamma Upsil on; Alpha A .S.E. ; President's List, Fou r term s. JA M ES LEE BAR N ETT, C ynth iana, Ky.; A.C.E.

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Third Row :

WILLIAM E. BARR OWS, J acks onv il le, I lli no is; A. C. E.; Rifle Club; Tech ni c ian Sta ff ; Intramural Soft ba l l; Pres ident' s l ist (7 term s); H o nor Roll (2 term s) . RI C HARD T. BART O N , Cape M ay Court H ouse, N ew J ersey; A. C.E.; H o nor Roll (7 Terms). LEO N BEAT Y, Gree nfi el d , Ind i ana; A. C .E., Sec retary; S.A .M .E.; Public Rela t io ns; Intram ural Softball, Basketba ll, and Foo tbal l; Bowl i ng Leagu e ; Preside nt 's lis t (I t erm ). W I N STO N AL VI N BETHUNE, King ston 10, J ama ica , Bri t ish West Indies; A .C. E.; Un ited N atio ns C lub; Rot ary Club ; Y.M .C.A .; Presi· dent' s l ist ( I Term) .

WIL LIAM S. DA VIS, Pitt sbu rgh , Pen nsy lvania: Kappa Sigma Ph i ; S. A .M .E.; Bo wli ng League; So ftball. HU G H G. DENN Y, So uthampt on, New York' A .C. E.; Presi dent' s ' list (I Ter m) H o no r Ro ll (4 Terms). RI C HARD J , DUR G AN , Lo ng Beauh, Californ ia; A .C. E. · Soci ety of A merica n M ilitary Eng ineers; Kappa Sig ma Ph i; Int~ r - Fra t e rnity Cou ncil; Fenci ng Team; Fencing C lub.

ABRAHAM K. EL · BEC K, Salhia · Sharka ss ia·M o ukadem , Damasc us, Syria; A .S C .E .: Phi Iota A lpha; A rab Student Club ; Technic i an; Y. M .C.A . Aud io Vi su al; Pr esi rle nt 's lis t. "

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Fourth Row :

J O HN H . BRI C KWEDEL , Long Isla nd , New York; A. C. E,; Sigma Phi Delta; Intermura l Sports: Bo wli ng Club. BO YD L. BYERLY , O ssia n, I nd iana ; Baske t ball; Varsity C l ub , Vice·

PAUL E. FEVER STE IN , Two Rivers , G EO RGE ALFRED FIRTH , Ontar io Flyi ng C l ub: PreSident's l ist H o nor RO BERT E . G ATZ , M o ntoursville, Kappa Sig ma Phi: FenCing Club: (3 Terms) .

Pr eside nt .

LliNAS ERNESTO C ASTR O, Barranqui l la , Columbia , Sou th A merica ; Socce r ; H ono r Roll (2 Term s). FORREST WA YNE CO FFER , Ch icago , I llinoi s: Secretary of Sen ior Cla ss; Va rsi ty Club , Preside nt ; Stu de nt Counci l ; Varsi t y Basketbal l ; H onor Roll (I Term); Pres ident's li st (7 Term s) ,

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W isconsin. Canada: A .C. E.; S. A ,E,; I .T.C, Roll (3 Terms). Penn sylv ania: A .C. E.; S.A .M .E.; Yearbook Staff: Pre si dent' s lis t

EU G ENE L. GO UR SUC H , A l b ion, I ndiana; A .C. E,; Intramu ral So ftba l l.

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TH O MA S A DAM CG O EBEL , Punxs utawn ey, Penn sylva nia ; A. C .E.: Sig ma Phi Del ta , hapl ai n; Bowli ng Clu b: I. ~ . C . Rep .: Int ramu ra l Spo rt s; Ping .Po ng : Gol f : Presid en t 's l ist ( I Ter m). RO BERT G RAHAM , Nort h Ma nches t er, Ind iana ; A .C. E., Se cre tary' H onor Roll (3 Ter ms): Presi den t's l ist (3 Ter ms ) . ' G EO RG E F. G RI EB EL, Brookly n, New York ; A .C .E . : Iota Tau Kappa PreSide nt (2 Term s) : Int ramural Sports: Presi den t' s lis t (9 Terms). J A C K W . HAG ERMAN , Band y, Virg i nia; A .C .E. : S.A .M .E.

RALPH M . HUTTO N , Jea nne tt e, Penn sylv a ni a : A .C.E.: Spo rts; Ho no r Ro ll (I Term ) . M O USTAFA SALEH IMRAN , Tr ipo li, Lebanon: A. C .E. Preside nt' s list (I Ter m) . SAMUEL AD DU J A C KSO N , Bill i mah , Libe ria: A .C .E. : Y.W.C.A . W ERNER JASTR Z EMB SKI , Deca t ur , Ill inois: A .C .E.: S.A .M.E.: Sport s. Fourth Row:

Second Row :

DAN I EL J . JERMAN O , Ogde nsbu rg , New York ; A .C. E.

RO BERT M . HANDLY, Perryt o n, Texas; A .C .E.: S.A .M .E.· Stud ent Cou ncil: Iota Tau Kappa : Presi de nt' s list (9 Terms) . ' LLO YD C. HART , Cla rk sb urg, W es t Virgin ia : A .C .E.· Secretar y of So p homo re Class . • . SYE D A . HASNAIN , Karachi Pak is t an' Presi d ent of Pak istan Student Assoc. I

G EO RG E RO BERT JU LI AN , A la meda, Sigma

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Bowl i ng' C lu b' Pres ident

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JAG ESHWAR DA YAL KAP UR , Pun jal , I ndi a.

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JO H N RO BE RT HIESTER, Blu fft o n, In diana : A .C.E .

KA YAN O HU GO, Spokane , Was hingto n: Preside nt' s l ist (6 Te rm s) : H o nor Ro ll (I Term ) .

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Magdalena,

ALV IN L. NEAL, Old Fort, North Carolina. G EN E L. NEFF, Red Lio n, Pennsylvania; A _C. E.; Kappa Sigma Phi , President , Trea sur,er; A lpha Omega Tau, Pre siden t, Vice - President, T rea~urer, and Secretary; Varsity Baseball, cap ta in; Student Council;

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VarSity Club; Iota Tau Kappa Ho norar y; Pres i dent's list (9 Terms) ; 3rd place Caswell En gineering Drawi ng Award; S. A .M .E.

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LEW IS NERI , Li ma, Ohio ; A .C.E .; S. A .M .E., Preside nt ; Pres ident' s lISt (8 Terms) .

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Phi, Treasurer and Vice. President.

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G EO RG E LO RAN DOS , Gary, Indiana; A.C.E.; S.A M .E. A LFRED O MARC IAN O, Va le ncia, Venezuela. . ABDUL-KARIM N . MAW LAW I , Tripo li , Lebanon; A .C. E.; St ude nts C lub ; Y.W.C. A . Un ite d Natio ns Club_ J AME S MAY, Fo rt Wa yne , Indiana.

M EAN OR, JR. , Sewickley , Pennsylvania;

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LAVERN E. M OS ER, Guttengerg, Iowa; A.C.E.; S.A. M .E. ; Presi路 de nt's list (3 Terms). TH O MAS J . M O TLEY, Poltsville, Pennsylvania; Pyram i d Club, Treasurer ; Fen cing Club, Vice路Pre side nt; Intra -M ural Softball; Pre side nt' s list (I Term).

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Columbia, South A merica; Soccer.

JOS EPH H . KR EMP L, A lbany, New York; S. A .M .E. STEVE LANI K, Nanty Glo, Penn sylvania; A .C.E.; Flying Club; Pre si路 de nt 's list (2 Terms). J AIME LERNER, Caracos, Venezuella ; A .C.E .; S.A. M .E.; Phi Iota Al pha; Soccer Team; Preside nt' s List (I Term). G ERALD L. LINDA HL, W inters, California; A .C.E.; H onor Roll ( I Term) .

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First Row :

PABLO RI BERA MOJICA , Puerto Nu evo, Pu erto Ri co.

PAUL F. I~ICH O LS, Oakland . Cal iforn ia; A .C.E. ; Pre side nt 's List (8 Term s) . S. L. NIR O LA, Pat io la , Punja l , In dia; Un ited N atio ns C lub. ST UART MALCOL M NUn, Lo ngueu i l. Quebec, Canada; A. C.E. ; S. A .M .E.; Intr am ural Ten nis . ROBERT E. OliG NEY , Vass ar, M ich igan; A .C .E .; Student C ou ncil; Iot a Tau Kappa ; H o nor Roll (I Term); Pre side nt' s Li st (3 Term s).

DO N MARLYN ROSBAUEN, Somerse t, Penn sylva nia; A .C.E.; S. A .M.E .; Pr es :dent's List (5 Terms). FRED LO UI S RO SIEK . Omer, Mi ch igan; A .C .E., Vice·President .

Fourth Row: ALBERT J. ROY, Wh it insv i lle . Ma ss achu se tt s: A .C .E.; Kappa Sigma Kappa; M ale Chorus; Bowling Club; Fen c i ng Club; Ri fle. Team; Ten· nis Team ; Intramural Softball; H o nor Rol l (I Term); Un it ed Nalions Club; N ewman Club.

Second Row: RICHARD HSIEN ·TEH PAl . Ta iwan, China . EOG ARD O PANTO JA , Li ma . Peru; A.C .E.; Swimm i ng Team; Soccer; We igh t Lift i ng Team; Presiden t' s List (5 Te rms). GE RALD E. PRICE, Elmira. New Yor k; A .C.E., Treasurer; Intramural Basketball and Softball. MAR IAN O G. REVI LLA , M apandan, Pangas inan, Ph i l ip p i ne s; A .C.E.; N ewman Club; Un ited Nations Club; Tennis Te am.

JAMES E. SERPA N OS , Bel ding, M ichigan; A .C. E., Enterta inment Com. mittee; Ph i Io ta A lpha; Student Council ; Pre si dent' s Li st (6 Terms); Flying Club; Fencing Club; S.A .M .E.; S.A.E.; Un ited N ations Club. LEO N P. SEV IG N Y Man chest er , N ew Hampshi re; A .C .E ., Pre side nt and Secretary ; N ew'man Club; S.A .M .E. ; Iota Tau Kappa; Pre si dent's List (7 Terms) .

ALLAN R. RITARI , Co nn eaut. Ohio ; A .C. E.; St ude nt Coun cil, Vice. Pre si dent; Intramural Football and Softball; Presi dent' s Lis t (4 Ter ms) .

ALBERT SH AP IRO, Brooklyn. N ew York; A .C.E. ; S.A.M.E ., Pre side nt; Beta Sigma Tau, Sgt. at A rms; Inter· Fraternity C o uncil , Pre si dent ; Student Coun cil ; "Technician" Sta ff; Intramural Bow l ing and Soft· ba: I.

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First Row : VAN CE LEE STANHOPE . Topeka . Kan sas ; S.A .M.E .. Vi.ce.p.'esident and

President's Lis t (4 Terms) .

BERNARD WHI TCOM B. St. Johnsbury, Vermont; A .C.E.; Intramural Sports; Hon or Roll (I Term). W ILLIAM RAYMOND WHITE , Dover, New Jersey; A .C. E.; S.A.M .E. ,

Treasurer; Sigma Ph i De lta, Secretary: ~tudent Co.une!!, Vlce.pre~ l dent a nd Treasurer; Ju nior Class Vice · President; Senior Cla ss Presi dent;

Intramural Softball' Preside n!" s List (2 Terms). WILLIAM G. STARCK , Phoenix , A rizona; S.A.M.E.; Hon or Roll (4 Terms); Y.M .C.A., Senior Member. J OS EPH F. STARR, St. Paul , M innesota; A.C .E. AUGUST N. SUSZKO, Ke iser. Pennsylvania: A.C.E .; S.A.M .E.; Rifle Club; Presiden t 's List (4 Terms); Honor Roll (I Term).

Trea surer.

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Correspondent

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Second Row : THEODORE L. SZ ENTI VANYI, Cleveland, Ohio; Fencing Club; F-I ying Club; A .C.E. RO BERT A . SZE REJK O, Worchester, Massachusetts; A .C.E.; Fencing Club Pre side nt. G AR OL D W. TAYLO R, Fort Wayne, Indiana: Pa stor of "The Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints." RO BERT A. THENE, St. C loud , M innesota; A. C. E.; Newman Club; Bowl ing Club.

Secretary; Beta Sigma Tau Fratern ity , Vic e-Pre sident.

NOT PICTURED RO BERT A . BRUE , Yo nkers, New York; A .C . E.; A lpha Gamma Ups ilon, Vice·Pre si dent; Varsity Club; I ntramural Sport s.

Third Row: HIDEO TOYAM A , Puuene, M aui. H awaii ; S.A .M .E., Treasur er; Ha wa iia n Club, President, Secretary , and Vice· President; Bowling Clu b ; Intramural Sports ; Bow l ing Club.

G LEN L. EATO N, McMinnville, Tennessee; President's List (2 Term s) . R. S. GOYAL, Pat iala. Ind iana. BOH DAN WSEWOLOD KULCHYCKYJ. Ph iladelphia, Pennsylvania' A .C .E.; " Tec.hnician" Sta ff; Soccer; Volley Ball; Pres iden t's List (i Term); Ukrainian Club, Pres ident; Newman Club; S. A M.E .; Nat ions Un ited Club. . JOSE NILD PATINO DE LA OS A , Colombia, South A merica; A .C .E.; Softball Ball; Soccer; American Co ncre te Institute.

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AFT I G D DEPARTMENT Engineering Drawin g is a desc ripti ve g ra phica language used by eng ineers and designers thro ughou t th e world to express, deve lop, a nd reco rd their ideas and information . Men of indu stry have indicated that Engineeri ng Drawing is not o nl y important, but a bso lutely necessary . Stud e nts need a th o ro ugh g roun ding in the fundamen tals of science and communication , and shoul d be train ed ear ly in th e e ng in ee rin g approach for th e solution of p ro blem s. Th ey mu st have traini ng in spa ce visualization; th ey must develop th e ir powe rs of a nalysis and synthesis; they mu st be g iven experie nce in crea ti ve think ing at the start of th eir college work; and their abilities to de velop and record idea s mu st be co nsta ntly challenged .

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First Row: Roy E. En sminger, Fort Wayne, Indiana. J oh n Sidney Leyse, Kewaune e, Wi sconsin; Luth eran St uden t As soci ati on.

Second Row: Robert E. Martin , Ru ssell, Kent ucky. Ra ymond M c intyre, M ichiga n.

Th ird Row: M oustapha M ounkara , Fort Wa yne, Ind iana ; A ra b Club. Robert C . M ullins, Vi rgin ia; Kappa Sigma Phi , Corresponding Se c· retary; Y.M .C.A. ; Basketba II.

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WILLIAM R. M cK INNIS, Old Fort, North Caroli na ; Alpha Omega Ta u.

WILLIAM E. DAVIS, Fort Wa yn e, Ind iana.

IVA NUTH, Rochester, New York.

LUIS H. DeLA PENA , Mexico; Ph i Iota Alpha , Secretary, Pre si dent. LESLI E WILBU R KOLST AN , Underwood, M innesota; Technician Staff.

GEORGE MICHAEL Sf?MENIUK, St. Pa ul, M inn eso ta ; A .S.M.E., Pre si dent, Vi ce-Pre si dent ; Flying Club , President, Treasurer; Ukranian Club; Ameri can Rocket Soci ety; Ed it or o f Local Ne ws Letter.

JOSEPH KOZLOWSKI, JR., De catur, Delta, Historian; S.A.E.

LEE SHRAWDER , Norristown , Penn sylvania ; Ma le Ch oru s; Bowling ; Weight Lift ing.

Indiana; Sigma Phi

NASIR A. MALIK, Da ska , Pakistan; " Technician" Staff; Pakistan Students Associ ati on, Se cretary.

RONALD DEAN STETLER, Will shi re, Ohio .

ROBERT C. M ECKLEY, Abbottstown, Pennsylvania.

T. G. TRUDeL, Fort Wa yne, Ind iana; M echanical Club, President; Flyi ng C lu b, Se cretary.

CHARLES B. MEYERS , Shingleh ouse, Penn sylvania .

M. MARION WILSON, Fort Wa yne, Indiana.

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H ea d , Electrical Enginee ri ng Department

RONALD HUGHES

MAURICE A. SIMMONS

JOHN WHITNEY

LEON SCHULZ

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First Row: KAVORK SARKIA ADOURIAN , Fo r Wa yne, Indiana . THEODORE W . H. ALT, Medfo rd , Lo ng Island , New Yo-k ; Beta Sigma Tau; Bowling League; Presi dent' s List (4 Terms); Honor Rol l ( I Term) ; St udent Instructo r. GERMAN ENRIGUE ARREAZA, Cara cas, Venezuela; Ho no r Roll (I Term).

Second Row : LOWELL T. AUSTIN , Fort Wa yn e, Ind iana. VICTOR LOUIS BANICHER , Tarent um, Pennsylvania ; Elect ri cal Associa tio n; Beta Sigma Ta u. M IL FRE D E. BAR NETT, Herculaneu m, Mis•

sourl.

Third Row : THOMAS BI CK IMER , Fo rt Wa yn e , Ind iana ; Newman Cl ub ; Pre si dent' s List (4 Term s) . G ERALD E. BLACKWELL, Hart sville, Sou t h Ca roli na ; A. I. E.E.; Alpha Gamma Up silo n, President ; Correspond in g Secret ary, House Manager , Mem ber at Large ; Va rsity C lu b ; Student Adv isory Co mm ittee ; Vars ity Base ba ll; Intra mural Sp ort s. NICHOLAS JOHN BOCKOVICH , W ilsonville, Illi nois; Pre si dent' s List ( I Term).

Fourth Row: ELMER J . BRIGGS , Akron, Ohi o ; Alpha Omega Ta e JOHN A. BR O BST, M . Pe nn , Pen nsylvan ia ; A. I. E.E. ; American Chemi ca l Soci e iy; Ame rican Rocke t Socie ty ; Te ch nici an Staff ; Pre sident's Li st (4 Terms) . ROBERT KIMBALL BR OWN, Patriot, Ind i. ana; Alpha Omega Ta u; A.I.E.E .; Kekiongan Amate ur Rad io Club, Trea surer; Pre si dent' s List ( I Term).

Fifth Row: FREDERIC K CHARLES BURGETT, JR ., Fort Wa yne, Ind ia na ; A.I.E.E.; Alpha Gamma Up si lon; Baseball ; Fraternity Softba ll; Iota Ta u Kappa ; President's List (I Term). ROBERT G. BUTCHER, Char lesto n, Oh io; A.I.E.E.; Poesi dent' s List (4 Term s). WI LLiAM R. CALHOU N, C olu mbus, Ind iana; Electrica l C lu b ; Pre si dent's List (I Term) .

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Fi rst Row: GLE N A. CLAPPEiR . Dun can sville. 'Penna. : A.I.E. E. : Studen t C ou ncil : Ma le Ch oru s: President's 'li st ( 10 terms): St udent Instructor EE- 120 (3 term s ): Presi dent of Senior Cla ss . RO BBRT E. CLARK. JR ., Maplewood. Mo.: A.I.E.E.: Beta Sigm a Ta u: Presi den t' s Lis t ( I term) . LaV8R N DO NA LD DELZER. Siou x Falls. S. Dak .: A.I.E.E .. Secretary: Student C oun cil (2 terms) : Iota Ta u Kappa: President's Lis t (10 terms): Hono r Rol l (7 term s ).

Second Row: JOSeP H ALBEiRT DICKERSON . Ba lt imore 18. Ma ryland : Presi dent's Lis t (5 term s). RO BeRT K. FESTA. Hamd en 14. C onn .: Kappa Sigma Kappa: Inter-Fratern ity Cou ncil : Pre si dent' s Lis t (2 term s). DO NALD B. FOR ISTER . Kirkwood 22, Mo.: A. I. E.E. : Sigma Ph i Delta: Honor Roll (2 term s): Presi d e nt' s Li st (7 term s).

Third Row : SHIG EO FUKUSHIMA. Ka na. Ha'wa ii: Ha waiian C lu b. Sec retary; Presi de nt's List (5 terms): Honor Roll (3 term s ). ANTHONY E. GALL. Butler. Penna .: A.I.E.E.: Sigma Ph i Delta: Inter-Fraternity Counci l: Newman C lu b. Trea su rer: Int ramural Ba sketball : Honor Roll (3 term s). THOMAS W . GURR. Oxford , Ohio : A.I.E.E.: Presi dent' s Li st (4 term s).

Fourth Row:

ARTHUR RAY HAMELWRIGHT. Pric e. Utah : Alpha Gamma Up silo n: Honor Roll (I te rm) . RICHARD C . HANSEN. Ma ys Land ing. N.J.: A.I .E.E .. Corrs. Secretary: Beta Sigma Tau: "Technician " Staff : President's List (3 term s ). GEORGE G . HART. Orland o. Florida .

Fifth Row:

H. THUR'MAN HENDERSON. Hamilton. Ohio: A.I.E.E.: Pre si de nt's List (5 term s): Honor Roll (2 term s). WILLIAM A. HINKLE, Ft. Wa yne. Ind iana. HENRIQUE ISAZA I.. C olumb ia. SA : Phi Iota Alpha : Honor Roll (I te rm).

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DUANE E. JENNINGS, Fort Wa yne , Ind iana; Electric al Club. KHA'CHIG Syria.

KARAMANOUGIAN , Aleppo,

M. FRANK LAIZA , Groton, New Yo rk ; Ele ctrical Cl ub .

Second Row: LAWRENCE A. LACOTTI, Ba ltim o re 6, Maryland; Elect rical C lub ; Intram ural s.p o rts. JONAH MANN, Broo kl yn 18 , New Yo rk ; Beta Sigma Ta u. LONNIE C. MEADOWS , La shmeet , We st Virg inia ; El ectrica l Cl ub ; Flyi ng Cl ub.

Third Row:

GERALD K. 'MILLER , Albemarl e, No rth Caroli na ; S.A.E. ; Cam e ra C lub ; Ho no r Roll, One Term . HENRY W. McCLURE, Birmingham , Ala bama; Electric al C lu b, Vice-C ha irman; Sigma Ph i De lta , Histo rian , Asst. C hief En q ineer ; Student C ou nci l. R'ALPH L. MUELLER , Nelso n, Nebra ska ; Electri cal C lu b, Pre si dent 's Li st (One term ) .

Fourth Row:

CHARLES D. 'MULES , Baltimore 14, Maryland ; Pre si dent's List, Eight Te rms; Io ta Tau Kappa; Hono r Roll , Three Terms; Sc hola stic Award (O utstand ing Fre shman). PETER T. NORTMAN , Fullerton, Cal ifornia ; Electric al 'C lub ; Beta Sigma Ta u; Intramural Sp o rts; 'Pre sident' s Li st , Seven Terms. FRED NOVAK , Springfield , Ma ss. ; Ho no r Roll , One Term .

Fifth Row:

HERBERT W. ORTH, New Yo rk 23, New Yo rk ; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Sec retary; New man Cl ub; Flying Cl ub; Camera C lub ; Pre sident's List, On~ Term. ANTHONY L. OSTROSKI , Shamo kin, Penn sylvania ; Electrica l Cl ub ; Newman Club; Intram ural Spo rts ; Ho no r Ro ll , One Term; Pre si dent' s List, Two Term s. MORRIS L. OWEN, JR ., Thief Ri ver Fall s, Minne sota; Electri cal Cl ub ; President' s Li st , Eight Terms; Ho nor Re ll, Fo ur Terms.

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First Row : WILLIAM R. PAYNTER , G alio n, O hio; Elec· tri cal Club ; Pre sident' s Li st (4 term s). RODNEY PETERSON , Jame st own , New Yor k; Kappa Sigma Ph i ; K.A .R.C. RICHARD A . PLISKA, Fort Wa yn e, Ind iana; Kappa Sigma Kappa , Vic e· Pre si dent, Ple d ge· ma st er, Chap lain , Treas urer, Se cretar y; H onor Rol l, One Term.

Second Row: RICHARD A . REDM O ND, Lima , Ohi o; Poes. ident' s Li st, One Term ; St udent In str uctor Ph 32· A (one term). GUY TURNER REECE , Pontiac, M ic higan; Electri cal Cl ub ; Pre si dent' s Li st (4 t erm s). ALAN ROGGEN BAU M , Lei cest er, New York ; Electric al Club ; Intramura l Sp ort s; Pre sident's ~ is t , Six Term s.

Third Row : AVILA , C olum b ia, GENTIL SANCHEZ South Americ a; Ph i Iota A lp ha ; Soccer Team. THOMAS C. SCALZO, C oey man s. New York ; Electrical C lub ; Bowli ng C lu b; Sigma Phi Delta ; Student C oun cil; Varsi t y Sport s. GEORGE G . SCHAFFER, Ea st on, Penn syl. van ia; Electric al C lu b ; H onor Roll, O ne Term.

Fourth Row: DAV I D K. SEGAWA , Wa hi awa , O ahu, Ha · wai i; Hawa ii an C lu b; Bowlin g C lu b . KULDIP SINGH SEKHON, Puniab, Ind ia; Electri cal C lu b ; Ind ia A ssoci ati on ; Presi . dent's List , Tw o Term s. DEAN G . SHAW , Oxford, M ic higan ; H onor Roll , One Term ; Elect ric al Cl ub .

Fifth Row: JAMES J. SMITH, N orwalk, C onnectic ut ; Electri cal C lub; St udent Ins\ructor, ME· 100 & ME·105 (Six Term s). LeROY E. SMITH , Hamm ond, Ind ian a : Elec· tri cal Cl ub, V.Chairman ; A .R.S. ; Stud en t C oun cil; Pre sident' s List, Tw o Term s. LEO NAR D J. STENBERG , Elm i ra , N ew York; Electrical C lub, Chairman ; " Te ch nical" Staff, Circulati on Mana ger; Io ta Ta u Kappa , President; Outstand ing E.E. Student of 1957. 1958 ; Stud ent In structor, EE I 10 (3 term s) , EE 130, 140, 150 (one term ea ch).

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First Ro w: EARNEST STEPHENS. JR .. Houston. Texas; Electrical Clcb; Student Council; Intramural Sports. JOHN I. STEWART. Ontario. Canada; Electrical Club; Pre sident's List (I term) . JOSEPH C. SWAIN . Warshaw. Indiana; Sigma Phi Delta. Second Row : ROBERT E. SWISH ER , Me sho ppen, Penn sylvani a; Alpha Gamma Upsilo n; Ho nor Roll. One Term. JAMES G. TOTH. Bea con. Ne'w Yo rk ; Electrical Club; Iota Ta u Kappa; Pre si dent' s List , One Term. STEPHEN J. TRUSIK, Barnesville. Penn sylvan ia; Electrical Club; S.A.M.E .; Beta Sig ma Ta u. Thi rd Row: CHARLES H. VON WEINSTEIN , JR., We st Lawn, Penn sylvania; Sigma Phi Delta, Guide, Asst. Pledgemaster; Elect rical Club; S.A.M.E.; Hawaiian Club. JOHN M. WARDMAN, Ashl and, Kentucky; Pre si d ent's List, One Term . CH ARLES A. WILLIAMS . Harrogate, Tennessee ; Electrical Club, V-Ch a irm an; Presiden t' , List. Two Term s; Intramural Spo rts. Fourth Row: BILLY WILSO N, Warsaw. Ind iana. JOH N P. WILSON, JR .. Lee, Ma ine; Electrical Club, Chairman; Physics Club; Flying Club, V-Pre si dent; Stude nt Council; Softbal l; Asst. In structor, Ph 22 Lab (I term), Ph 42 Lab (2 terms). Ph 32 Lab (6 term s) ; Presi dent' s List, One Term. EDWARD J. ZSOLCSAK. Calumet Penn sylvania; Pres ident' s Lis t, One Term. Fifth Row : LEONARD J . ZWEIGLE . Roc hester, New Yo rk.

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ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING E ectron ic Eng in ee rin g is a highly spec ialized branch of Electrica Enginee ring. The importa nce of electron ics is recogn ize d as a fiel d of eng in ee rin g in its ow n right . To the Electronic Eng in eer is attributed ou t st and ing development in suc h real ms as g uided missi es, radar , colo r tel evision, electro ni c com pu t ers, ra di o comm uni ca ti on , and at omic ene rgy . Th e El ectron ic Engi neeri ng curriculum is planned t o spe cialize a fun d amen ta l knowledge of electrical eng in eering t o scien t ific application in th e field of ele ctron ics . PROFESSOR RALPH S. CARSON H ea d , Electronic En g.i neeri ng Depa rtm ent

ARTHUR B. PRICE Ass ista nt Professor

RAY KING I nstructor

WALTER W . APPEL In structor

NORBERT T. TORZYN I nstr uct er

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IR VINE BANKS, Phoe nixv i lle, Pennsy lva nia ; E.E.S.

C HARLES LEE ADAM S, Spe ncerville, Ohio; A .I ,E.E.; E,E.S.

SI G MUND A. BIENER , Brookly n, New York; A . E.S .. Chairma n; E.E.S.; Electr ical Club ; St udent Council; Honor Roll, Two Terms; St ude nt In -

ALLEN SPENCER, Dedham, Massac huse tts ; Iot a Tau Kap pa , Presi-

st ructor, RE I IOA , EE 120, Ph 42A .

de nt 's List, Ten Te r ms.

THOMAS E. ALTB I LBERS, Spri ng field, Pennsylva nia ; Iot a Ta u Kap pa; Presi d ent 's Li st, Eve ry Quarter_

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CHARLES KIYOSHI ASATO, Aie a, Oa hu . H awaii ; E.E.S. ; Hawa ii an

LEO NARD A . BI RKELAND, New Lo ndon, M innesot a; E.E.S.; Presi-

C lub, Vice- Pre si d e nt and Tre a sure r ; Camera Clu b ; H o nor- Roll, On e

de nt' s Lis t , Two Terms.

Term; Pr eside nt 's List , Thr ee Terms

BYRO N H . BO AN , A lbuquerque, New Mexico; Presiden t' s Li st , O ne Term.

Second Row : RO BERT E. BO YETT, Winn sboro, Louisia na; A .E.S .. Chai rma n, Pres i ROBERT E. A TKINS O N, W hit e H all, Il li nois ; E.E.S.; Bowl ing C lu b.

den t 's Li st , Fou r Te r ms .

RO BER T E. BABB , Burli ngto n, Iowa ; Presi d ent' s List.

DA VID C. BR O WN , Red Spring s, No rt h Carol :na; Sigma Phi Del ta.

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Club' Pre si dent's List , One Term. DONALD A . BUTTERW O RTH , It haca. Pres ident's List ; Lab Tec路hnicia n.

Honor Roll, Three Terms .

N ORMAN PHILIP COPP, Fort Wa yne. Ind i ana; E.E.S .; Bowling Club;

New York; A . E.S., Secretary ;

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Ind iana; Preside nt' s List,

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GER ALD A . CALLIES. Bru ce . W isco nsi n; E. E.S.; Beta Sigma Tau . At h路

J A CK CO RSIGLI A . Columbus, Oh io ; Student Instructor. Ph 42 Lab , Ph 22 Lab, RE 250 Lab. RICHARD A . COURTNEY, Hoytvi lle, Ohio; A .I.E.E.; E.E.S.; Presi路

le t ic Director' Presiden t 's List, Three Terms.

RO BERr E. CAMPBEL L. Concord , North Carol ina; E.E.S ., Treasurer; Pres ide;,t 's list, Three Term s.

den t's Lis t, Six ferms; H onor Roll, One Term.

Second Row : JOH N J . CATTO LL, M iddletown, New York ; A .I .E.E. ; Kappa Sigma Ph i ; S.A .M .E.; President 's Lis t, Three Terms. JAMES L. CAR SO N, Dyersburg , Tennessee; E.E.S.; Iota Tau Kappa. Secretary & Treasurer: Pr esident 's List . Eight Term s. VLADIMIR J . CI MERA . C iudad Bolivar, Venezuela; E. E.S .; Beta Sigma

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Pre siden t , Secretary; Student Cou ncil:

CALVI N CO LLI ER . Franklin, Oh io; E.E. S. , Pub licity Director; Sigma Ph i Delta , Business M anager & Secretary: Student Council: Intramural

GEO RG E DERVIN IS , Indianapolis. Ind iana. SAL VAT O RE A . DIELI , Brookly n 23 , New York; E.E.S.; A . E.S. ; Presi路

Sports : Pre sident's List , One Term .

Pre side nt 's List, Three Ter ms .

dent's List, One Term .

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Th ird Row:

PHILIPPE F. DO YO N , Quebec City , Que .. Canada: Iota Tau Kap pa ; President 's list, Eight Terms. HAROLD S. EI SLET. JR. , Columb i a C it y, Indiana ; Pre siden t 's List,

PATRICK M . FO NG , King ston, Jamaica B.W .I. : E.E.S.; Ch ine se Club. LESLIE E. FRIEDLINE, Jenn ,rstown , Penn sy lvan ia: Iot a Tau Kappa ,

One Term.

51 MON GARA BEDI AN . Fort Wa yne. Indiana: Preside nt' s Lis t, Five

RO MIE J . ERWOO D, JR ., Valdese. Nort h Carol i na: A .I .E.E.; A.E.S. JO HN B. EVANS , Church Poi nt , Louisiana; E.E.S .; " Tech nicia n," Ad -

Terms .

ALBERT R. G IB SO N , M cComas, We st Virgin i a: Flyi ng Club, Pre si-

ve rt isi ng M anager.

den t , Tr easurer; Sigma Phi Delta: Pr esiden t' s Lis t , One Term .

Second Row:

Fourth Row:

TED L. EVER SO N , Fo rt Wa yne, Indiana: Preside nt 's List , Five Terms . ED W ARD J. FABER, H am il t on , Ohio : E.E.S .: Beta Sigma Tau , Inler-

HERBERT B. GO LDMAN , Bronx 68, New Yo ,- k: A .E.S.: Presiden t 's Li st. One Term.

Fratern it y Sp o rt s,

LARR Y M . GOO DMAN , Sharo n, Tennessee: E.E.S., Secretary; Presi .

STANLEY S. FI SCHMAN, Phi ladelphi a , Penn sy lva nia; A .E.S .; Si udeni Council: Bowl ing Club. CHAR LES E. FLECK, North Man ches l er , Indiana.

dent's Li st , One Te rm; Vice路 Pre side nt Fre shman Cla ss .

STANLEY M . G RAY , Fort W ayne, Ind iana: Sigma Phi Del l a . DARRELL E. G REEN , Mackay, Idaho: E.E.S. Cha irman .

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Third Row:

JERR Y A. G REEN , Skaneateles, New York; E.E.S .; Ka ppa Si9m a Ph i ,

ANT O N H . JESS BERGE R, Colum bus, Ohio; E.E.S., Treasurer; Newman

Vice . Pr eside nt ; Bowling Club; Intramura l Sp orts; Int er- Fr aternity Coun-

Club; President's Lis t, One Term.

ciI.

HARO LD KLUEVER , W estlake, Oh io ; Iota Tau Kappa ; President's List . Eigh t Terms. PAUL ANDREW LATSEY , Arlingt o n 74 , M assachuse tt s: Sigma Phi

HAR O LD L. HANKINS, JR., el ora, In diana; E.E.S.; Bet a Sigma Tau, Rerording Secretary' Pr esi dent's List

ERN ST HANS

HANNEMANN , A ppleton . Wi sconsi n;

E.E.S .. Treas ·

urer; Hon or Roll , Four Terms ; Iota Tau Kappa; Pres iden t 's List , N ine

Del ta; Inter- Frat ernity O ne Term

Council;

Terms. RI CH ARD H. HAN SO N, Northport, M ichigan; Iot a Tau Kappa, Vi ce ·

DO NALD "E. LAWTO N , Troy, New York; E.E.S., Vice·Chairman & Sec· retary; So ccer Team ; H onor

Intr amu ra l Sp orts;

Rol l , One

Preside nt; President's List, N ine Terms; Student In struc tor, RE 140A .

Terms; Student I nstructor, Ph 42 Lab.

Second Row : GO RD O N HAYES , JR ., North Man chester, Ind iana; A lpha Omega

Fourth Row:

Term;

Pre sid ent's

Pre side nt's

Li st ,

List,

Six

HERBERT H O FFMAN , Bronx 53, New York; President's List, Three

H O WARD E. LEHR , Cleveland, Ohio; E.E.S.; Beta Sigma Tau, Se cre· tary; Intramural and I nter· Fraternity Spor t s; Bow ling Club. CARL W. LlLIE, St. Marys , Ohio. WIL LIAM D. LOUDIN , Armathwai te, Tennessee ; Preside nt's Li st , Three

Terms .

Terms.

Tau .

ISAMU HI G A , Lawa i. Kau ai , Hawa ii ; H awa iia n Club; K.A.R .C., Trea s·

urer

Three Terms.

ROBERT H . MACK, St . Vincennes , Indiana ; E. E.S.; A .I.E.E.; Alpha Omega Tau .

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First

Row : HARU O MATSUNAG A , M aui -Terri t ory of H awaii; E.E .S.; H awaiian C lub; Pres i d ent 's Lis t , F-oLir Te rms

TH O MAS C. M cCO RMICK, Br ush Valley, Pe nnsylva ni a ; E.E.S.; Bowl路 i ng Club. C LYDE E. McCRAY . JR ., W as hi ngto n C. H ., Ohio; E.E.S.; Pres ide nt' s

O ff Icer; " Te chnicia n" St a ff ; H onor Roll, Two Term s.

C HARLES M . O KER STR O M , W es t Palm Beach , Flo rida; E.E.5 .; Iota Tau Kappa: President's List , Eight Terms.

List, Five Ter ms ,

RAYMOND C . McGU IRE, A shla nd, O ff icer.

RIC HARD C. PETER SO N , A rea, M innesot a; Pres i dent 's Li st, Two Terms.

Ken t ucky ; Flying C lub, Safety

Fourth Ro w: Second Row : JAMES W. M cVAY , Jo hnstown, Penn sylva nia; H ono r Roll, Three Terms. FREDERI CK J . MIMKEN , H amburg, New Yo r k; E.E.S. ; Preside nt' s Li st, One Term; Stu de nt In structo r, RE 250A. B: LLY J O E 'MOON EY, Idabel , Ok laho ma; E.E.S.; Preside nt 's List . Four Terms; A sst. Lab. Instru cto r, RE路 120A . FREDERI CK MOWERY , Ne sco peck, Penn syl va nia 路 A lpha Gamma Upsilon, Sgt. at A rms, A sst. House Manag er ; W eight li ft ing C lub ; Ho nor Rol l. One Term.

DO UG LAS L. PERKIN S, Tallahassee , Florida G EO RG E H . PETER SO N , H ub bord, Oh io; E.E. S.. Vice路 C hai r man; Sigma Phi Delta , Pl edgemast er, Busi ness M anager; Bowling Club,

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RE 120A , O ne Ter m. A LVAR O QU IR O S, Van W ert , Ohio; E.E.S.; K.A .R.C. , Pub lici ty C hai r. ma n, Secretary; Pi stol C lu b; Pistol Team ; St ude nt Instr udo r, RE 150 Lab. KENNETH P. REED, A ltoo na , Pen nsyl vania; E.E.S., Pub licit y Director; Fl yi ng Club .

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First Row: KENNETH E. REE SER , Peor ia , Il li ro is ; E.E .S. EDWIN E. RILEY, Baltimore, M d . JULIAN C. RO BERTS, JR. , M iami , Fla. J O SE A G USTIN RO DRI G UEZ M O RENO, C hi tr e Rep. Panama; Cat oo· lie Newman Club ; Hono r Ro ll (I term ) .

Third Row : LEON M. SCHULZ , Lowvi l le. New Yo rk· E.E.S . · A .E.S.; K.A.R.C .; Fl ying Club; Ele ctronic Dept. Ou tst andi~g St udent 1956·57 ; Presi· dent 's List (I term) . . . G EO RGE W . SCH UMAC HER , A nso n:a , Con n.; Kappa Sigma Phi; Presid ent ·s Lis t (5 te ems). STEPHEN R. SED O RE, Beacon , New York; A .I.E. E.; E.E .S.; Preside nt 's List (7 term s); H o nor Roll ( 2 term s). RIC HARD F. SIECK, Ri chmond , Ind i ana; E.E S.

Second Row : ILGVARS J. SALIS AI S. Baltim ore 7. Md .; E.E.S.; A . I.E.E.; Iota Tau Kappa; Outstand ing Freshman Award, Spr ing 1956 ; Pres ident' s List (B term s); Student In st ru ct o r, RE 130· A (I term) . MELVIN R. SCHOONOVER , A drian , Mi ch.; E. E.S.; A .I.E .E.; Iota Tau Kappa; H onor Rol l (7 term s) ; Pres id ent' s Lis t (5 l erm s); Stud ent In. strucior , M ·21 (I term) . RO BERT J. SCHO RN STEIN, W ilkes· Ba rre, Penna. ; E.E.S. DO NALD F. SCHROCK, A ust i n, Texa s; E. E.S.; Intramural softba ll, go l f, footbal l.

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Fourth Row :

RO BERT E. STI CK EL , Peo r ia, Il li nois ; H o nor Roll (I term). ANTH O NY STO LL, Enhaut, Penna. ; E. E.S. ; A .I .E.E.路 Intramural softb all ,," ske tball , ping -p o ng . PH I LIP J . SURICO , Bellwood, I lli nois; A .I .E. E. ; Bet a Sig ma. Tau , C om . Sec retary; Bo wl ing Cl ub ; Iota Tau Kappa; Deans LIS t (9 term s) . DONALD LEE TIMMERMAN , Fair field, Iowa; E.E.S .

JO NA.5 S. ZMUIDZI NAS, Fort W ayne, In dia na: Io ta Tau Kappa; Alp ha Gamma Upsilo n Scholas t ic Aw ard: Eugene Pu lliam Scholarshi p; Pre side nt' s Lis t (7 t erms); H o nor Ro!1 ( 4 terms); Stude nt I nstr . - M a-31 (I t erm).

NOT PICTURED BRU C E D. BROW N , W est Re ading, Penna. : E.E.S.; St ude nt Council; H o nor Roll (7 terms); Intramura l Baske t ball . J O HN H. BUTC HER , Kewa nee, I lli nois; Kappa Sigma Ph i, Sg t.-at Ar ms; President's Lis t (3 term s) : H o nor Roll (6 terms); A ssis tant Lab Instruc!or-Re -I SOA (I term). JAMES A . COVERT, Lodi, New York: A lph a Gamma Ups i lon . Vice-

Second Row : THOMAS E USAI Eas t Pat erson, N .J .; E.E .S.; Camera Club, Secretary ; Bo wli ng Clu'b; Iota Tau Kapp a : President's List (7 term s) : H o no r Roll ( 4 t erms): Student Instru c!o r- EE 120, 5 t erms: Intramu ra l Basketball and Softball. RO LAND M. VAN DRUFF , Sal ina, Kansas: A . E.S.; E.E.S .: Studen t Council (2 term s) : Pr eside nt' s List (5 t erms): Student I ns tru ct o rEE路 120A (4 term s): Sophomore Class Pre sident. . RO BERT A. WILLIAMS , Fort Wa yne, Indiana ; A.I . E.E.: E.E.S.: PreSide nt 's List (3 t erms) . C ARL E. WINSEL, In depe ndence , M o. : E. E.S.: Presiden t 's List (I te rm) .

Pre side nt;

N e wman Club; Student Counc il; Vars ity Baseball; I ntra -

mural Baseba ll, football, t rack: Pres ide nt 's List ( 4 terms) . RO BeRT E. HARTMAN, Barbert o n, Ohio: A . E.S.: Pre sident's List. KARIMEH S. M O HAMED, Tri po li, Leban on: A rab Club; A . E.S.: E. E,S. J OS EPH A . LACIVITA , Hu bbard, Ohio ; Sigma Ph i Del ta, H is toria n ; Bo wling Club; Tech nic ia n.

HARLO W B. O LSO N , W illmar, M i nneso ta; E. E.S.: Preside nt 's Lis t (2 te'ms) . WALTER I RVIN PARK , Ft Wayne, In diana; Preside nt' s Lis t (2 ter ms). FRANK R. PUMAREJ O, New York 31 , N .Y.: Intramural So ftball . DALE LYNN TAYL O R, Da yt o n 10, Ohio; E. E.S.; Varsity Club: Student

Third Row : JAMES F. WINTER S, Butler, Pe nna .; A . I.E . E.: Va rsi ty Baseabll (3 yrs.); Ba seball Scholarsh i p . HAROLD W O RLE Y, Bai nbridge, I nd ia na: A .I . E. E.: E.E.S. ; Bo wling Club: ?re side nt' s List (I ter m). ROBERT S. YOEST IN G , Lima, Ohio ; E. E. S.: Sigma Ph i Delta , H o use Manager; Intramural Baske tball; Pre siden t' s List ( I ter m). RO BERT D. YO UN G, Fort Wa yne , In dia na; President's List (3 t erm s).

PETER VARH OL A , Tare ntu m , Pen na .: A .I . E.E.; Newman Club; Pres ident's Lis t (6 term s): H o nor Roll ( I t erm). DO NALD SIEB OLD, F-t . Wayne, In diana; E.E. S.

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ENGLISH DEP Below: EARL D. MAY ER . .

. . . . . . A ssistant Profe sso r

. . A ssis ta nt Professo r

DA R RO W C. FO X . . . . . . .

ALVIN C. STEINBACH

. . . . . . . . . . . . In stru cto r

W IL LIAM R. APPLEG ATE

. . . . . . . . . . . Lectu rer

MARY E. WEIMER Assoc ia te Professo r H ead. Eng li.h De partm ent

Right : HELEN DINIUS

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecturer

MARGARET HUFF . . . . . . . . . . A ssistant Professo r

HELEN RIORDAN

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecturer

SARA STIRLIN G

MARY E. SM ITH

. . . . . . Le ctu rer

. . . . . . . . Lecturer •

CATHERINE WEDGE

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. Lecturer

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MATHEMATICS T MEN T D EPA CANDIDATES

FOR

DEGREE

NOT PICTU RED

JOH N C. FENECH

AL BERT SANTINI

Detroit. Mich .

Buffa lo. N. Y.

DR. RALPH W . YOUNG Head . Math Department

. In our complex society, scientific progress depend s on the mathematicia n, the engineer, and ma ny other scie nti st s whose primary tool is mathematics. The Department of Math e-

matics offers a wel l rounded course for the young mathematician, as wei as the essential mathematics for the engineering, physi cs , and chemistry studen t s.

First Row: CHARLES R. CARR . . . . . . . . A ssocia te Profe ssor FRE D H. CRONI NG ER . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lecturer RADOSAV RAKETIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . In str ucto r ROBERT G. HOEoH N . . . . . . . . . Assistant Professor GEORGE ANNA HODGSO N . . . . . . . . . . Ledurer RICHARD E. SAR BER . . . . . . . . . . . . In structor HUGH G . HARP . . . . . . . . . . A ssoci ate Professo r

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DA NIEL T. DWYER . . . . • . . . • . . . . . Instrudor RUTH SPREUER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ledurer . . . . . . A ssistant Pro.fe sso r GARVER C. WiRI G HT . WALTER W. BARTLETT . . . . . . . . . . . . In stru cto r • GO RD O N L. COLE . . . CHARLES W . PECK . . . .

. . . . . . Instructor

. . . . . . . . In stru cto r


ECHANICAL ENGINEERING The field of Mechanical Eng ineerin g is so broad that no man can be an a uth o rity on all of its branches. C onseq uent ly, Mechanical Engineers tend to become specialists in chosen branches. Therefore, the student is given a thorough backg rou nd in the ba sic sciences . Thi s field is very extensive, for pra c. ticall y every man ufactured arti cle req uires the services of mechanical e ng ineers both in the desi gn of the mach ine on which it is made and in the production of th e article on th ose machines in the factory. DR. IVAN A. PLANCK H ea d , M echa nica l Eng inee r,ing

ROBERT A . GRUESBECK I nstrudor

CLEO J . OU INN Instructor

EDMUND T. NAPIER In structor

HOWARD MACKLIN Associate Professor

ROBERT R. MARSHALL Ass istant Professor

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First Row :

Third Row :

BERNARDO B. ABBAD IE VAZQU EZ, Haban a, Cuba : Phi Iota Alp ha;

ROGER L. BIPES, Ottumwa , Iowa; A. S. M .E.: S.A .E .: Presi dent' s List (O ne Term ) . JERRY D. BOL DS, Fori Wayne, Ind ia na . ALAN BOTT, M i nersvi lle, Pennsylva nia路 Mechan ica l C lu b . Secretary,

H onor Roll, One Term.

HARI SHAMD A S AD VANI , Bombay 22 . Indi a; Ind ia A ssociation, S.A.M .E. RONALD L. ALT, Fort Wayne, Indiana : Mechani cal C lub: S.A.E.;

Treasure r, Vice- Pre side nt: S.A.E., Secretar y, Trea surer; Student Coun-

c i I. TH O MAS L. BRADFORD, Lewisburg, Tenne ssee: Kappa Sigma Ph i ; In Iramural Foo tb all; Inter -Frater nity Softball .

A . R.C . ; N ewman Club , Cha irman; Student Counc il; Intr amural Sport s: Pres iden t's Lis t , One Term.

AHMAD MOUTAA ASSIL, Damascus , Syria: Arab Student Club, VicePre si dent & Trea su rer; Fe nci ng C!ub .

Fourth Row :

Second Row:

ROBERT D. BRAND , Ohio City, Oh io . JOHN LEWIS BRENDELL, Candler, No rth Caroli na: Mechan ic al Club:

RICHARD E. BARCLAY, Apollo , Penns ylvania: A.S .M .E., Secretary: Bowl ing C lub . RICHARD BARNEY, Port Huron . M ic higan; S.A .E.: Intramura l Sporls:

Intramu ra l Sport s.

MEREDITH A . BRI STO L, Castrie s, St. Lucia. B.W . I. : S.A .M.E.: Socc er Te am- Tenn is Tea m.

H onor Ro ll , Tw a Ter ms.

HARRY F. BROW N, Louisville II, Kentucky; A .S.M .E_, Chairman , V.

SAMUEL BAROO DY, Wi lkes- Barre, Pennsylvania. THOMAS DENNIS BEUCHEL , Fort Wayn e, Ind ia na: Alpha Gamma

Chairma n, Treasurer, Se cretary; S.A.E., Cha irman, Se cre tary ; A lpha Ome ga Tau, Vice Presi dent & Se cretary; Student Counc il; "Techn ician" Staff; Intramural Sports; Presiden t' s Lis t , Six Terms.

Upsilon, R e ~ord i ng Secretary.

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First Row: JAM ES R. BU G LA SS, Ma ust on . Wi sco nsi n. ALA N G . BUR ROUG H S, Live rpo ol, New York; A .S. M . E.; Pistol C lub; Secretary & Trea surer; S.A . E., Vice-Chairma n; Bow li ng Club ; Pre sident's List. FRED N. BYE RS, Pompano Beach, Flor ida; A .S .M .E.; Varsit y Basket· ba II. MALCOLM L. CH AMP IO N JR ., M orton , M ississi ppi ; S. A .E. ; Bowl· in g Club; Golf Team; President's List , Tw o Terms .

New York · Mechani cal Club' Pres·

ident, G ym na stic Tea m, Captain'; President"s List, dent In structor , Phys ical Edu catio n.

JACK I. F. DA VIS . Fort W ayne

Four

Term~; Stu -

Indiana; S.A .E.; Iota Ta u Kappa ,

Pres ident; Caswel l Eng ineeri ng Draw ing Award ED - 14 ; Pre si dent's List,

Seven Terms; Student Advis o ry Co mmitete. DANI EL B. DAWLEY , H ope, Rhode Island; S.A .E.; Kappa Sigma Phi ; Iota Tau

Kappa;

Pres ident 's

Li st,

Eight Terms;

Student

In structor,

AM · SI (3 term s), AM ·41 (I term) , ME·IOO (3 term s). HARRY J. DELL , Camp H il l , Penn sylva nia; A .S. M . E. , Pre sid ent ; S.A . E. ;

Student

Council;

Pres ident's

List ,

One

Ter m;

Intramural

Sports .

Second Row: RO BERT A . CHESTER, Fort Wa yne , Ind iana; A. S.M .E.; Kappa Sigma Ph i , Pres ident; S. A .E.; Pres ide nt' s List, Three Term s. JAMES T. COA N . Washington Court House, Oh io . RONALD T. COOK, Che rry Tree, Pennsylvania. JAMES L. C REECH , Ki ng sport , Tenn essee; S.A.E .; M echanical Club; Sigma Ph i Delta, President & Se cre tar y; Student Counci l; Intramural

Fourth Row: ROL LAND R. DESAUTELS , Wh it ing, Vermo nt ; A .S.M. E. President ; S.A .E.; Student Counci l ; H onor Roll, One Term; P res i de~t's List , Six Terms.

Sport s: Presi dent 's List, Four Ter ms ; Student A dvis ory Comm ittee; Vic e- Presi dent, Seni o r & Soohomore Cla ss .

RUSS B. DH O NDY , Bombay I, India; S.A .E.; S.A.M .E. KWAME ESUO N DOUG AN, Ghana, We st A frica ; A .I.E.E.; Fen ci ng; We i g htli ft ing; Soccer, Ho nor Rol l. EDG AR ECHEVE RRI , Colomb i a, S. A. ; Mechan i cal Club; S. A.E.

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Third Row: SUBHAS C HANDRA G H O RAI , Calculla 29 . India : India A ssoc iatio n, Presi dent : Camera Club: Iota Tau Kappa: President's List, Eight Term s: Student Instructo r, Ph 22A : Golf: Soccer: Tennis. DAL E RO BERT G RAFT, Ossian, Indiana; Vars ity Club: Preside nt: Varsity Basketball (4 years): President' s Li st, Three Terms: Honor Roll , Ni ne Terms: Student Instructor , PE II & 12. PH I LLIP B. G UHL, Flora, Illi nois. NO RMAN D. GUY, A lliance, Ohio: A ,S. M .E.: S. A .M .E. ; Secretary Sophomore Cla ss.

First Row: DANIEL D • EI CH ENAUER JR ., Defia nce, Ohio ; A. S. M .E. ; Male C ho ru s. C LARENCE CARL EI C HMAN . Spri ng field, Oh io; S. A . E.; Presiden t' s Li st . Two Terms.

CY RI L G. ELSIN G ER , Gu Henberg,

Iowa; Bet a Sigma Tau; Presi·

d ent 's Li st , Two Te r ms; I nt ramurJl Spor ts; A ssistant In structor, ME-1 00 ,

ME·I OS (4 t erms) . HENRIK F. ESKESEN , Poughkeepsie, New York;

Mechanical C lub ;

Presi d e nt 's Lis t, On e Te r m.

Second Row : G O RD O N l. FER G USO N , Fort W ayne, Indiana: Mecha nical Club ; S.A .E-·, Stu de nt C ou ncil ', KEK IO NG AN , Business Manag er : Pres ide nt's

Fourth Row: SHAFEEH M O HAMED HAM ZE H . Tripoli, Leba non; Mecha nical Cl ub' S. A . E.: A . R.S .: Pres ident' s List: Ho nor Roll, Three Terms . ' TH O MAS C. HANEY, A dria n, M ichigan: Mechanical C lu b' Presi -

Lis t , Two Term s.

LO REN A. FINDLY. Butte , Montana; Preside nt' s Li st . KENNETH W . FR OB ERG , Osseo, M innesot a : S. A .E.; "Tech nician"

de nt' s Lis t , Thre Te rms; Caswell

Engineeri ng

Dr aw ing A wa rd' ED - 13;

Bowl ing C lub ; Pre si dent' s Lis t , O ne Term.

Stude nt Instructor ED - I I , 12 & 13 (9 terms) . C LYDE TO DD . HAVEY, Carbondale, Colorado: S.A .E.: M echa nical Club; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Pre si dent's Li st, Four Terms' Stu de nt Instructor, ED -31 (I term). ' CARL A . HAW TH O RNE, Bla nchester, Ohio: Bowlin g Club

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Sports:

Preside nt 's

Li st,

Fou r Te rms;

St ude nt

I n-

structor , Ph 32 Lab (3 term s), Ph 22 Lab ( I t er m), ED- 14 (3 t erms) . VITO V. GASSI , Flus hi ng, New Yo r k; Mecha nical Clu b, Vice- Preside nt & Se cretar y: S. A .E.; Rifle C lu b ; KEK IO NG AN Sta ff , Photog rap he r:

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RICHARD D. KOHL . H asting s. Nebraska; M echanical Club, Trea s·

First Row : PAUL S. HER SHEY, Yor k. Pennsylvania; Mechanical Club, Se cretary;

urer;

T.

HILES ,

Bellevi lle,

Ontario,

Canada ;

Mechanical

Sigma Phi : Student Council : Intra mu ral

Sports;

Pre s.

Freshman Class.

Presid ent 's Li st , Tw o Ter ms ; Intra mu ral Spo rt s.

JO N

Kappa

C lu b;

Third Row :

S. A . E., Trea s.; A lpha Gamma Upsilon, Secretary" M embe r-at - Large; Student Council : Inter- Fraternity Coun cil. Pre si dent; Student In -

WALTE R L. KOI NZAN, Elg in, Nebra ska; Kappa Sigma Phi; F:y: ng Club; Ca swe ll Eng i neer ing Dra wing Aw ard.

st ructor, ME 100 {3 term s}. BERNARD ri O FFMAN , For t Wa yne, Ind ia na; Flyi ng Club , Member. s hip O ffic er. ELDEN W . HUTTULA , Bruce Crossi ng, M ichi gan; Mech anical C lub,

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STEP HEN D. LaC RO IX, A dvance , M isso uri; Mecha nical Club; PreSl. dent's Lis t

Two Terms.

DAVID E. 'LAYWELL. JR , Bidwell, Oh io; S.A .E.; Student Council. L. JAMES LEO NARD , Mario n, India na .

Exe c. C omm

Second Row :

Fourth Row :

JEROME C. KALL, Lakewood 7, Ohio; A lpha Gamma Upsilon, House

ST EP HE N V. LlBBING , Fort Wa yne, Ind i ana; Me cha nical C lu b . GOSTHA B. MAlT Y, W. Benga l, India; Mech anica l C lu b ; Rifle C lub. DAVID W. McC ARTY, Mt. G ilea d, Ohio; Mecha nical C lub, Secre .

M anager, Sgt.- at- A rms; Varsi ty Club; Intramural Sport s.

THEO HARI S CO N . KEHA YIOGLO U, At hens, Greece; S. A .E.; Me.

tar ;, Tr easurer , Chairman : Pres ident 's Li st , Eight Terms; Honor Roll , Three Ter ms; In tr amural Sp o rts.

chanical C lub ; We igh t lift ing Club; Pre side nt 's Li st, One Term: H onor

Roll . One Term. WALTER F. KLEIN , For t Wa yne, Indiana; S.A . E., Treasurer; Presi.

RI CH ARD D. M cKENNA , Jerseyville, Illinois; Mechan ical C lub; Bowl. ing Club , Treasurer; W eigh t li ft ing C lu b , Treasurer; Intramural Sport s;

dent's Li st , Six Terms .

p,' eside n!' s List , Two Terms; Sportsma nshi p Aw ard 1957 ( Bow li ng ),

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First Row:

EDWARD J. PELIC . Brooklyn, New York; New ma n Club, Vice·Presi · dent; Iot a Tau Kappa; Pres ident's Li st, Ei ght Terms; VarSity Club; In·

PAWAN K. MEHRA, N ew De lhi, In dia; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Iota

tramural Sport s.

Tau Kappa ; Preside nfs Li st , Tw o Terms.

MAX G. MILLER , Mt . Co ry, Oh io ; Intramural Sports; H o nor Roll, Two

Third Row:

Terms; Pre side nt 's List, Fou r Te rms .

DA LE

PAUL NEWH O USE, A llia nce, Ohio; S. A .E.; M ech anical Club; Beta

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Three

Terms: Intramural Baske tb all.

Sigma Tau: I ntramural Sports.

Club·• Pr eside nt' s List , Five Term s.

GU NNAR PULDAS, Balt i mnre. M aryland: M echa nica l C l ub. FINN RAAE . Bergen. N orway: Flyi ng Club. EARL R. RICKARD , A liqui ppa , Pen nsylva nia; H onor Ro ll , Fi ve Term s•

Second Row :

Fourth Row:

JOHN

DONALD M . RILEY, Frank li n. Ind ia na; S.A. E., Pres ide nt & Vice· Presi· dent· M echanical C lub; Bo wli ng Club. MAHLO N R. RO UCH, For t Wa yne, In di ana; A l pha Gamma Upsil on;

TH O MA S L. O' NEILL, Lim a, Oh io ; M echanical Club; W eigh t lifti ng

F. O'ROU RKE. Pi tt sburg h,

Pen nsylvania ; M echanical Club ;

S.A . E.; N e wman C lub; Int er. Frat ern it y Cou ncil ; Pre sid e nt' s Li st , Three Term s.

Bo wling Club; Intramural Sports.

GEORGE SK. PAVLOU , At he ns, Greece; S.A .E.; A .R.S.; Pres ide nt' s List (I Term) .

Wri t er' Pre siden t 's Li st , One Term ,

BILL Y J . PEEL, ~ort W ay ne. Ind iana; S.A .E.; Me ch ani cal Club; H ono r Roll (One Ter m ) .

CARLOS A. SA NDOV AL , Cara cas. Venezuela; Phi Iota A lpha. Pres . & Tr eas.; WG L Broadcast Program (2 ye ars ) ; Intramural Sports.

C A N D I D A T E s

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HOWARD C. SAAL~RANK, Fo rt W ay ne, Indian a ; " Tech ni cia n" Staff,

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M aui,

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Club-, Pre side nt' s List , One Term. JO HN SC H LE MM ER, M onroevi lle, Ind i ana. G U RBAK HS H SIN GH THI N D, Pari ab, India ; S. A . E.;

M echanical

Club:

I ndia A ssocia tion , Pre siden t: Preside nt' s Lis t , One Term.

RA LPH H . SISCO, N ewport, Vermont: " Technician" Sta ff,

Second Row: G ERA LD A , STEH NO,

Atwo od,

Kansas: N ewman Club, Secretary ,

H ouse M a nager ; S.A . E.: M ale Choru s; Ca swell Eng ine eri ng Dra wing A ward ; Presid ent' s Li st , Five Terms .

DO NAL D A , SW EATL A ND, Fort Wa yne, In diana: Intra mu ra l Sports. FRAN K SZI NGE R, Ontar io, Canada: Newman Club: Fenci ng Club; H onor Roll (I Te rm); Pres ident' s Lis t, Five Ter ms.

STAN LEY J , TR IZI N SKY J R" Ossini ng , N ew York ; M ale Chorus; Sigma Phi Del t a; Int ramu ra l Sport s: H o no r Roll, O ne Term.

Third Row: RA LP H M . WHITE , C larks burg, W es t Vi rg i nia; S,A .E.; Kapp a Sigma Phi; Iota Ta u Kappa , Secretary & Treasurer; Presiden t 's Lis t, Seven Term s; H ono r Roll. RO BERT G ERALD WILLI A MS , M urphysboro , Ill i nois; Kappa Sigma Ph i; S, A .E, WI LLI AM L, WILSO N , erostburg, M aryl an d; Kappa Sigma Phi, Se c· retary; Bowli ng Club: Rif le Club; Varsity Club; S,A .E.; St ude nt Co un -

J A CK E, BA LKO , M em phi s, Ten nessee; Student Counci l; St udent A d· viso ry Board; " Tech nician" St aff , Ed itor i n Ch ief ; KEK IO NG AN Sta ff ; Ma le Ch o ru s; Cheer Leader: President's Lis t, Two Terms . JAME S P. C A VANAU G H , Rosemo nt , Pennsylvan ia ; Sigma Phi Delta , Pre si de nt, Chaplai n, Pledgema ster, Eas tern Province Conven t ion Se c. retary; Stude nt A dv iso ry C ommittee, Cha i rman; Student Cou ncil; " Technici a n" Sta ff , Edi tor-in-Chief; Sophom o re Clas s Pres ide nt; Pre side nt 's Lis t.

VIRG ILI O C ENTEN O, H o ndu ras, C. A ,; Ph i Iota A l pha. ARN OLD I. CO WAN , East Barnet , Vermont: M echan ical Club ; S,A ,E. JAMES T. DOY LE , A st or ia , N ew Yo rk; A lpha Gamma Upsilon; Soph . Cla ss Se c. EL DO N L. HAN SEN , Topeka, Kansas; M echanical Club ; President's Lis t (3 Terms). TH O MA S H , M I LTO N , Black M ou nta i n, N . Dakota . EDW A RD C. PECK , JR ., Buff alo, New York; S,A , E. LUIS PI NTO· BUI TRAGO , Bogo ta , Co lomb ia, S, A me rica. BA DRINATH C. RATH I , N agpur, I ndia ; M echan ical Club; Stude nt Instructor (A sst. A e E l BO, ME 120 , AM 41) (Three Terms ) . MANUEL DE LA TO RR I ENTE, Haba na, Cuba . LO Re N E, WOO DWO RTH , H ammond, Ind i ana,

cil, Pre siden t, Vic e-President, Treasu rer; Intr amural Sport s; Preside nt 's List, One Term .

J A C K M . ZA RTM AN , Rochester,

Ind i ana: Iota Tau

Kappa; H ono r

Roll ( 3 Terms); Pres ide nt's Lis t, Five Terms.

AND ECONOMICS

CARL E. BASHAM

ROBERT L. KAAG

In structor of Law and Economic s

Lecturer of Law


If, as has been sai d , "this is the atomic age." the n this is the age of physics. Nuclear weapons and machines are products of the physics la boratory . Each new day find s the physicists of our nation ever widening horizons of man 's knowledge. Therefore, Indiana Technical College meets th e need for training in physics by offerin g basic and advanced courses designe d t o prepare a st udent either for direct participatio n in indu stry, or for a scientific career of the more traditional type. DR. RALPH W. YOUNG Head , Phy sics Departm ent

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TH E COAC H SPEA KS: T is year aga·n ec h ha d a ne base-oa I seaso, . e ao a 1"--9 seaso w ic ·ncluded ic· orie s over so e 'ery good ea s. We were a b le a .... i two vicTor·es each over Tri Sca -e a d C oncordi a our ' rad· -io na l riva s. Tne b o s .... ere in . ere a' a ll ··mes g iving i· a ll hey nad. ey o·d a 'jne iob nroug hou ne year.

COAC H ME NDE N HALL

FREE THROW TROPHY. This ro phy was forst presen ed a he conclusion 0 he 1957-58 campa ig n and was presen ed '0 en Johns .... ho had a ree hrow a ccuracy a .825 per cen . I is a nO"'n ac · amon g ba ske ba ll circles tha free throws are 0 ' e n he dec id in g fac o r a s a he au come a • e game. ,ce g OIng , en. •

BU LG I NG BO I LER. This rophy is a symbol of ba s e ba ll riva lry be ween Tri-S a e C oll ege a Ang ola , Ind. and Tec h's Warriors. I was pre sen ed by Dr. Pla nck in 1949. Tech he ld it Or two years bu los i or our s raigh years. The Orange a nd Blac brough iT nome d uring he 1954-55 sea son and it has been here ever since. Ma y Tec h s fu ure earns ha ve as a hold possessio n of his ,ne rophy. much abi li CARM I AWARD. Th is is a na her rophy ha was orst awarded af er he la sea sons p la y. I is bes o..... ed upon he mo ous-anding pla yer !s) on he basis of he ollowing qua li ,ca io ns: leaoersnip, scholarsh ip , spo smanship, va lue 0 he earn, a rude and compe ·i ive ness. A the end of he season, it was nough r a 0 players were Northy 0 his a ....ard and so i Has presented 0 b o , Da le Gra a d Boyd Bye rly.


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expenen ce.

ROGER WHITTIG Guard at forw ard and guard.

did a fine job in relief roll

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JON STROUP Guard 1st year improved greatly d uring the yea r will be tou gher with I yr. of experience. DON ROBESON Ie r.

G uard

BOB LITTLE Fo rward g ood rebo under. Op e ning ti p-off

1st year

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LARRY MOCK Forward gave starie rs g ood relief.

a good driver and hu st-

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2nd yea r

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SEASON'S RECORD Nov. 19 .... ITC ........... 106; Nov. 23 .... ITC ........... 86 ; Nov. 25 .... ITC ............ 79 ; De c. 7 ... . ITC ............ 84; Dec. 10 .... ITC .. . ........ 76; Dec. 13 .. .. ITC .... .. ...... 91 ; Dec . 17 .... ITC ......... 74 ; De c. 27 ... ITC ........... 8 1; De c. 28 . ... ITC ...... .. .... 76; Ja n. 10 .... ITC .......... . . 72 ; Jan. II .. .. ITC . . . . . . . . . 74; Ja n. 14 .... ITC ...... .. .... 8 1; Ja n. 17 .. .. ITC ......... .. . 77; Jan . 21 .... ITC ... .... ..... 7 1; Jan. 24 ... . ITC ... . __ ..... 67; Jan. 25 . . . ITC ......... .. 77; Jan. 30 .... ITC ...... _.. . .. 73 ; Feb . I .... ITC ........ .. ' . 80; Feb. 4 .. .. ITC ......... .. . 68; Feb . 8 .... ITC .... _ ....... 67; Feb. II ... ITC ........ .... 8 1; Feb. 15 .. .. ITC ......... ... 80; Feb. 22 .. .. ITC .......... . 112; W o n, 14; Lost, 9; Per Cent 0.643

Gi ffi n ............ 51 .. H Detroi t Tech ..... 53 .. H H untingto n ....... 67 .. T Bliss .. ........... 98 .. T Co nc o rdia ........ 72 .. H Marian ........... 69 .. H Anderso n ........ 86 .. H Vincennes ........ 83 .. T Oakland City ..... 82 .. T Tri-Sta te ...... .. . 58 .. T Han over ......... 88 .. T Huntington ....... 76 .. H Vince nne s ........ 53 .. H Man c hester .. .... 68 .. H Detroi t Tec h ..... 70 .. T Lawren ce Te ch ... 50 .. T Anderso n ........ 95 .. T Bl iss ........... .. 74 . . H Oakland C it y .... . 71 .. H Tri -State .... .. .. . 45 .. H Ind iana Centra l ... 84 .. H C o nco rdia ...... . 53 .. T Lawren ce Tech .. .. 82 .. H

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With a fine aggregation of sea soned veteran s and agg re ss ive newcomers, the 1957 -1958 ba sketball team coached by Murray Mendenhall Jr., started with a bang. The Warriors won theirfirst three qames by impress ive margins . Bli ss wa s the first team to hand Tech a defeat but the Warriors avenged this later in the sea son . During the season, two teams Anderso n and Oakland City won both ends of the home-andhome en counters. Tech fa ired even better by taking both games from Con co rdia , Tri-State, Huntin g ton and Lawrence Tech . The Warrio rs ma intained posse ssion of the " Bu lging Bo iler" by virtue of the victories over T ri-State. The team split with Detroit

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BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD Individual record for Indiana Technical College Basketball Team for the season of 1957-1958 Games NAMES Played FGA FGM PCT. FTA FTM PCT. TP

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214

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103

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Tech, Bliss and Vincennes, ea c h winning one of the games . In the variou s single game en co unters, Tech won three out of five. It was a very succe ssful year for the Orange and Black. One of the highlights o f the sea son wa s when Tech scored the ir highe st total number of points for a single game. This was again st Lawren ce Tech in the la st game of the sea son at the ho me co urt. Final score wa s I 12-82. Previous high wa s I I I points against Bliss in 1955. Only si x games were really close, scorewise, and were decided with only a difference of four points or less . Congratulation s are in order to this fine team which represented ITC with not only some good basketball playing but fine team spirit and sportsman ship .


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Front row, left to right : Charles Scherban , Darwin King , Jon C lark , Harry O keso n, Bob W entz , Dan C ra ig dnd Will iam Carroll . Back row: C oach M endenha ll, Larry Beerman , Roger Wh itt ig , Sam Walker , Larry LaCotti, Harold Griswo ld , Jon Stra up and Joe Moore . Absent w."en picture was taken: Ray Row les , Nelson Wenrick and A I Maycock.

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This year Tech was able to co mplete the largest ba seball schedule in the hi st o ry of the school. The dry weather thi s spring enabled the Warrio rs to play all 18 of their scheduled games of wh ich they won 8 and lost 10. As over half of the team wa s composed of " rookies" , Coach Mendenhall is looking fo rward t o th e fu t ure. In the hitting department, centerfielder, Bob Wentz, finished the season batting an impressive .402 average with pitcher-outfielder, Ray Rowle s, following very close behind with a .396 average. Rowles wa s, also, the leading pitcher of the team with a 5-2 reco rd. Only two players were lost due to graduation and they are Roger Whittig and Larry LaCotti .

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H 2B 3B HR R RBI Av. Errors 27 5 0 0 17 14 .402 3 19 3 3 0 14 6 .297 5 21 3 I 2 10 13 .396 7 16 0 0 I 13 I I .307 8 9 .289 4 17 0 0 0 5 14 2 I I 13 I I .242 19 13 0 I 0 7 12 .290 5 II I 0 10 9 .3 15 I 8 2 0 0 5 4 .266 6 7 I 0 0 9 3 .232 4 I .000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 2 2 0 I 0 3 .333 0 I 0 0 0 0 2 .333 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 2 I I 0 I 0 .333 2 3 0 I 0 2 4 . 158 I

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Front row. left to ri ght : Thom as Mot ley, John Ster, Fran cis Lavaie , Charle s Carr, Kenton Quint, Frank Szinger, Rudolf Hellmold, John Laslo. Back row, left to right : Coac h H e nry W a hl , W a hling Ng, All a n Yee , James Zofch ak, William Mon . Jim Liao, Stephen Wong , Kaitun Chin , Wing Eng , Denn is Aglar, Lou is Gerics, Ro be rt M ill er, John Mont e ith, Ri c.hard Ditsworth .

FENCING Te ch Fencing Club at practice under the supervision of Coach Wahl.

Fo r ma ny yea rs Fencing was an old world accom p lis hment. Now, howeve r, it is different. America with its establi shed reputati o n of leadership has added fen cing to its lo ng list of sports and has develo ped man y fen cers who a re equals to the ir European ri val s. Fencing is a game of willpower a nd spirit; it is a creative game and is an excellent school of individual co mb at. It demand s the highest association of mind and mu scles. It develops strength, re sistan ce,

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L. Shrout launches an attack again st an oppon e nt from Detroit U niv.

q ui ckness and coolness of mind. In fen ci ng there a re period s where two opponents are in co ntact through the medium of two thin shafts of steel; these are like an a ntenna down whose length, messa ge s of strength, weakness , anti c ipatio n, nerve s, ten sion, plan, and counter-plan are broadca st. The element of surprise is vital and a crafty fighter will spend minutes building up premises of fa lse security in hi s opponent's mind. To begin with a few definitio ns, there are three standard international weapon s availab le the foil, t he Ep ee, and the sabre . There are differen t in size, shape a nd weight and each has its own set of rules. In a fencing t o urnament the team has to co mpete in all three weapons . For many years fencing ha s been taught at the Indiana Technical C ollege and many fine fencing teams have gone out to co mpete with leading universi ties such as Chicago University, Notre Dame, Detroit, Iowa State University, Indiana University, etc. Ed. Note: This copy wa s submitted by Henry E. Wahl, an active member of the C oach' s Assoc iation of Ameri ca and fencing instructor at Indiana Tech.

Upp er picture FOIL TEAM Le ft to Right : Charles Carr, Fra nci s Lavo ie, John Ster, and Thom as Motl e y. Lowe r p icture -An atta ck by a Detroit Uni v. fe nce r, th wa rte d by Te ch .

SEASON 'S RECORD Indiana University 15 Indiana Tech " " Culver 21 • •

SABRE TEAM Le ft to Righ t : Fra nk Szing er, C a pt. Kenton Quint, Rudolf Hellmo ld , and John Lasl o (In set Pete Schmitz)

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Left to right : Ken Stutzman , Ron Black, Harold Laurilla, Holt Toni , Ron Williams . Dean Heaton , Connie Brault , and C oac h Ben Dow.

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On the 1958 Golf Team, two return ing lettermen

SEASON 'S RECORD

fro m la st year's squad , Ken Stutzma n and Ro nald

Indiana Tec h. .

Will ia ms, provided the nu cleus for this year's fine team. New co mers, Dean Heat o n, Holt To ni, and Harold Lauri lla , a fine gro up of golfers, prov ided Te ch with one of its most bal a nced team s in yea rs. A reco rd of three wins, two losses , and one tie wa s most impressive in view of the difficult co mpeti-

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were contributed by Captain Dale Taylor (5 and 3). who played No . I, and the other members of the fi rst five . TEAM RECORD

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In the Spring of 1958 the Tech tenni s team wo n six and lost t wo matches, wh ich represents th e best re co rd t hat any tennis tea m at Tech ha s compiled. High points of the yea r were a victory over the Manchester College tenni s team, whi ch marked the first time in hi story that o ur team has been able to defeat Manchester, and a victory over a stro ng Goshen team. Whi le the best individual reco rd wa s compiled by Bo b Bucher (7 and I), outstanding performa nces

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Won 6; Lost 2; Pct.. 750

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS No.

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.5 14 .58 I .584 .61 4 .497 .333

DOUBLES RECORDS No .

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Fronl row , left 10 righl : Thurman 5.hellon, Kenl Johns , Bob Neargardner , Ja mes Murdock . Don Henderson, Don Parkes. Arnold Elgort. Back row: Coa ch Mendenh a ll , Ron H icks . Kenl o n <;luin! , Keilh Huber, Rudy Sleg ei mann , Iva rs Ve ld re, Ray Yehl ing , Ed Sweet.

Th oug h Indiana Tech's Track Team did not fair too we ll, win-wise, the losses incurred were not due to lack of team spirit but ra t her due t o la ck of team strength. In many of the individu al events during the sea son's track activities, Tech had o nly one entry. Had they had more entrants per individua l event , the sea so n's record wo uld surely ha ve been better. Tech 's Track Tea m did have, with in its ranks, so me e xcellent competitors. Ivars Veldre was und efeated in the shot put, di sc us throw, and javelin th row in the four meets. Kent J o hn s won the mi ~e run three ti mes, the two-mile , twice, and placed in the othe r meets. Smith won the broad ju mp three times and placed in the other meet. Rudy Stegelmann placed in the high jump in every meet and Shelton usually placed in the 100 and 200 yard da shes. Some of th e members of the tea m entered into co mpetitio n at the Little State Track meet at DePa uw Unive rsity at Greencastle, In diana . Eve ry college in In d iana is eligib le t o enter t his meet except the Big Three I.U., N.D. , and Purdue. Th irteen co lleges participated. Veldre placed third in the

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shotput a nd fifth in the javelin throw. Smith a nd J o hns both placed sixth in the broad jump and mile run, respectively. Th oug h there wa s a fairly good turn o ut for track fo r the first year at Te ch, Coa ch Mendenhall hopes to see many more co me out the next year.

RESULTS OF THE MEETS

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Fro nt ro w, left t o ri g ht : Ch a rl es C a rr , A I Ma vc o c k, Don Hend e rson , Bill C a rro ll, Bob Wenh , H a rrv Okeson, H a rold Griswo ld , Rav Rowle s. Ba ck row:

Mu rrav Me nd e n,hal l, Bi ll Smit h, Ke ith Hub e r, W a vn e Coffe r, RudV Stegelm a nn , Roger Whittig, Rav Ye hling , Kent Johns.

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MECH . CLUB-Front row , left to right: Richard Kohl, J a mes Bugl ass, John Brendell , Richard McKenna. Back row : Fre d Bre nd e ll , Da vid McCarty, Arno ld Gahlinge r, Dal e Pet ers.

SIGMA PHI DELTA-Front ro w, left to ri ght : Tom Sca lzo , J ack Gu id ish, To m Goe b el . Middl e row : C al Coll ier, Mike Ka tov ic h, Bo b Yo esti ng , Ric hard Sc hom e r. Back ro w: Pa ul La ts e y.

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ALPHA GAMMA UPSILON-Front row, left to right: Don Ca ssidy, Cl a re nce Beach , Ron Gould , Ken Hogg a rd . Bac k row : Jerry McDonald , Tom Zruno , Jo e D'Ambros' o , Ma hlon Ro uch, Gil Gerard .

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The win by the Mechani ca l Club over the Sigma Phi Delta team climaxed the Intramural Basketball season and resulted in the Mechani cal s being the undisputed "C hamps" of the sea son's play. The final sco re wa s 33 -26, The victors had to playoff a tie situatio n in t he We stern League with the Civils before advancing to the champion ship t il t against Sigm a Phi Delta wh o were the Ea stern Leagues champs, Sixteen team s participated with each league compri sed of eight team s. Mu ch enthusiasm, team play , a nd good spo rtsman ship were demonstrated thro ugh o ut the entire sea so n. Thi s would see m to ind ica te that next year sho uld be even a better o ne. An interesting side li ght is that fo r some of th ose who participated in the games, it was their first enco unter with t his sport,

HAWAIIAN CLUB-Front row , left to right : Davi d Se g a wa, Hid e o Toya ma , W ilfre d Hond a, Jame s Ta keu c hi. Back ro w: Sa m Zaa n, Gor .

SIHLER HALL-Le ft to Right: Bob Wageman , Ray Ye hling , Terry Par-

rish . Toivo Maiste . Larry Reana s.

don Has himota , Fran k Yama'da , La rry Wa t a na be , Dic k Ag a wa, Ha rry Honda.


NEWMAN CLUB-Fro nt row , left to rig ht : J im McCleneghen, John Wagner, Sa m Walker. Back row : Do n Skiba, Jonn Toy, Leo Th ieman , John Patrick, Ed Pel ic . Bob Hayes was absent when p icture was taken .

CIVILS-Left to Right: Leon Beatty, Lu is Masforrol, Bill Auslin , Herb Underwood , Ken Longwell.

FINAL STANDINGS EASTERN W . . 7

Sigma Ph i Delta • Sina Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Newm an Club . 5 • • • • . . . . . . 4 Alpha Gamma Up sil on I. A. S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Sih ler Ha ll . · . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Martha Hall . ... ... . • . . . .. . I Chem ical s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 •

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KAPPA SIGMA PHI-Kneel ing , left to righl : Don King and Tom Bradford . Seale d : Gene Neff, Ray Rowles , Hal Gr is wold , Larry Shrout .

INDEPENDENTS-Kneeling , left to rig hI: Russell Poor and Richard Barney. Seated: Dave Davis , Walter Jordon , Don Parker, Hank Casc o

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CHEMICALS-Front row, left to right: Jose Ruiz, Gus Arnesen , Bil l

The Intra-mural Activi ties at Tech bring into active co mpetitio n man y students. Mu ch effort and work in organizing these activities is required if they are t o succeed. Much credit is to be given to Mr. Mendenhall, coac h at Tech, fo r his very important roll in seeing that this is accomplished . A lso, those leaders, ca pta ins, etc., of each team and the team,

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itself, along with the referees a nd umpires de serve much credit fo r makin g this year 's intra -mural events a success from the ve ry beginning .

VOLLEYBALL RESULTS

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AERO CLUB-Front row , left to right : Ray Hoffman , Aaro n Cohen ,

SINA HALL-F ro nt row, left to right : Karl Karinch , Don German ,

Jim Marx, Du ane Hoffman . Back row : Bo b Sasko , Jerry Hoopingarner,

Jim Baxwell , Bob Dav s. Back row : Ron Synd er , Dick Kierzek , Bob Kierzek .

Jim Mad ison, Jim Murdock .


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Front row, left to right : Sam Giavara, Chuck Barnum , Ron Gould , John Yo ung, Bob Bas sett, Bob Rife , Harold Fanning. Second row : Ken Detro, Lauri e Slater , Bob Marshall, Bob Swindell . Andre Bouchardon , Don Ta ncredi. D ie k Bender, Jerry Okamura, Tom Hamada , Kenji Nakahara , Ern est Busboso , Don Oishi . Third row : York Fischer, Bob Spencer, Bill Coyle . Gerry Stank iewicz, Stan Pu skarz, Glenn Ludwig , B.ill Galbraith, Lee Reid , Jim Bunting ,

Ja ck Guidish, Gordon Hash imoto , Ron Hughes, Fourth row : Harold Griswold, Ron Wardle, Bob Wenh , Don King , Gary Nelson , Ja ck Galletly , Jo e Calliers , Sam Chung . F,ifth row : Jerry Mc Donad , J oe Sekel , Howard Mack lin . Ed Schaag, PaUl Miner .

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LING "C HAMPS"-Eleclronics , left to right : John Young , Bob Ba sse tt, Bob

The Ind ia na Techni ca l College Bow lin g League had a nother highly successful sea so n. Th is yea r th e league was expanded to 18 tea ms sin ce there were many mo re enthu sia st s wi shing to bowl. Su ccess wa s evident in that not o ne fo rfeit wa s regi stered during the entire sea so n. Thi s is a first fo r the ITC Bowlin g League. The se aso n wa s divided into two sectio ns. The league was divided into halve s. The Electroni cs were the first half seaso n winners winning over ':-he Hawaiian s. The Faculty team were seco nd half sea son winners. Th ey defeated th e Chemi cals. In the roll-off between the Electro nics and the Fa culty, the Electroni cs came out o n to p by a narrow margin. Approx imately 140 bowlers were active at o ne time o r a nother during the pa st sea so n of bowling. A Head-Pin t ournament clim axed the act ual bowl inq sea son with Ted Alt of the El ectrical Club winning the event with a score of 308. Total possi b le sco re is 360.

Rife, Harold Fann ing, and Harold Worley .

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TOP : Dick Bender posing with the Past President's Trophy which was presented to him for his outstanding sportsmanship and mental attitude during the past bowling season. Dick bowled with the I.A.S .

RIGHT : Jerry Okumura of the Hawaiians with his most impressive display of trophies which he won during the past season. The trophies were awarded as follows (L. to R.): highest average, most total pins, first half runners-up, most strikes, ,econd high game , and most spares .

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Ted Alt of t he El ectrical Clu b: Hea d-Pin Tournament wi nner. Left , RUNNERS · UP : Fac ulty ( left t o right ): Bob Mars hall, Bo b Swind e ll, Do n Ta nc re d i, Ho war d Mac klin . Inset : Ral p h Brac ht.

TEAM RECORDS G a mes

First Divisio n

Hawa ii ..... . ... 54 Electrical s ....... 54 Beta Sigma Tau . 54 Mechanical s .. . . 54 Kappa Sig Kappa 54 Sihler Hall ..... 54 Spa res ........ 54 Chemicals ...... 54 Aeron a uti cal s . ... 54

LING League Champion s

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44, 676 42,082 39,1 87 41 , 168 37 ,5 14 37 ,989 37,384 35, 499 37,487

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827 77 9 72 5 762 694 703 692 657 694

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2696 2686 23 98 2445 2405 2389 22 95 2303 2272

958 945 830 870 86 1 890 852 788 848

2 1112 2 1112 24 25 25 29 117 32 36 36 117

2480 2362 2574 2411 2402 2318 22 96 2 189 2092

893 858 893 900 844 841 849 793 76 3

SECOND DIVISION

Electroni cs . . 54 Fac ulty . . . .. 54 S. A. E. . . ... 54 Alp Gam Up 54 Civils ..... 54 Kap Sig Phi . 54 Sig Phi Delta 54 Newm an Club 54 Crull Hall . . 54

40.4 13 38 ,338 40,626 39 ,905 39,789 38,643 38,743 36,254 34,511

748 71 0 752 738 736 7 15 717 671 639

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TR O PHY WINNER S: Fron t row , le ft to ri ght : Ke nj i Naka.ha ra , J im Bunti ng , D ic k Bend er , Bob Swi n-

dell , and Don Tancre di. Back row : Er nest Buboso , Ed Sc haa g , Tom Ha m a d a, Lee Re id , Bob Mars hall,

Howard Mack lin , a nd Lauri e Si dter.


Young , Electronics.

The relea se of the ball and the fo llow through of

Olivo , Chemica ls.

Gould , Alpha Gamma Upsilon.

the bowler vary with every bowle r, there being , p ro bably, as many styles of delivery as there a re bowlers. Thi s page shows just six of the mill ion s.

Trizinski, Sigma Phi Delta.

Guidish . Sigma Phi Delta .

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First row, right to left : Murwan Gamyan , Aref Salem, Radwan Jaber, Secretary ; A . R. Sukkariyyah , Pre side nt ; Wil so n Jarjour , Nazih Jarjour , youngest member : Suna,il Ma'mum , Vice-President and Tre as urer; Abed S. Mawlaw.i . Second row: Jawdateid, Fawzi Sahauni, Gazidajani , Ibraham Beck , Adel

Nab.han , Dr. Render TUdn, Faculty Advisor ; Mustafa Im ra n, Abed K. Mawla wi, Antoine Nime.h, Edward Salem . Third row: Ga ssan Shuushani, Huham med Haffar , Moses Kazanjian, Zohrab Tazian, Muhammed Karimeh, Sha fih Hamzeh, Khairallah Muusa, Khazar Muunkara , John Nasr, Sabri Barghou t.

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d . The pro mo tion of a better understanding and stro nger ties with the American peo ple and vario us fr iendl y o rganizati o ns. A s a part of the social program spon so red by the cl ub, lectures abo ut the Arab World are given by the members. Th e se lectures have been given at Fo rt Wa yne, Decatur, No rth Manchester, Indiana; Brya n and Toledo , Ohi o ; and parts of lo wer Michig a n.

. . . Sports Di rectors

ED WA RD SA I'E M . . . . . . . . . . . . Sports Directo rs

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b. The e xtensi o n of help and guidan ce t o Arab Students at Indiana Techni cal C o llege.

. . . Vice- Pres id ent and Treasu rer

SU HAI L MA ' MUN . . RA DWAN JA BER

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a . The di sseminati o n of true a nd a d equate info rmation ab o ut the Ara b peo ple , their hi st o ry, c ulture, pro blem s and a spirati o ns. 88


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M<:Cormic Park during the Club's annual Spring Picnic. Gu,e,sts, Mr. and Mrs. Emmel Rimmel and Carl Basham are shown.

Some of the members with Dr. Render Tuan, Faculty Advisor.

Strolling the campus with Dr. Tuan.

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First row , left to right : Don Goon , Jum Chin , Wahling Ng , Lascelles Che n Young , Jimmy Liao . Se cond row : Sze Kwong Ng , Patrick M. Fong , Wi llia m L. Mon , Dr. Render Tuan, A ll en F. Lee , Jack Lum , Byng Han Woo , Ka i Tun Ch in , Thi rd row : Sam Chung, Johnny Chow, Wayne G an, W ing Yum Eng , Allen Poy Yee , George W illia ms, Stephen C . J . Yong , Fran k Awong .

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DR . RENDE R TUAN .

DO N GOON JI MMY LlAO ALLAN

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WING YUM ENG

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GEORGE WILLIAMS

, Trea surer

, . . . . . . , Pub lication Director

WAHLING NG . . . . _ . . .

. . . Athletics Directo r

The Ind iana Techni cal C oll ege Ch inese Club wa s officially organized during the winter term of 1958. 90


The members of thi s cl ub are of Chinese origin and are students o f In diana Te c hni cal C oll eq e . The p rimary purpose o f thi s organization is t o deve lop the general c ultur e and social relationsh ip of its me mbers.

CHINESE CLUB AIMS To organize and p ro mo te the friend ship of the Ch :nese students in Indi ana Tec hnica l C ollege To c ultivate a better character and ma nner in its members. To learn and retain a good ho bby. To study the o riental and western c ultur es . To promote a high degree of moral standards. To develop originali ty , init iative and leadership. To instill in the members a worthy phi loso ph y o f life Spec ia l Gu est, Rev. M iss Ell en M . Studley from M idwest Chinese Stud e nt and Alumni Services g ives an interesting talk about the Chin es e students and alumni in the midwestern area .

to guide them in later life . To participate in intram ural spo rts and ac hie ve sc hoo l honors. To help o ther students t o live a mo re satisfying and fruitfu l li fe as they inteqrate into college life.

Dinner is be ing served at Dr. Render Tuan 's home .

Dr . Re nder Tu a n gives conclu sions whi le oth e rs li ste n a tten tively.

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The Associatio n of Civil Engineers of Ind iana Techn ical C o llege is an organizatio n of the stud e nts enro lled in t he civil engineering department a nd the departme ntal in structors, The o b jects of the club are : To he lp a il students t o become more qu ickly adjusted to life as a stu dent here at Tech. To ready the student for some of the proble ms which he will face afte r g rad uation by in viti ng me n fro m t he different bra nches of t he civil engineering field to o ur meeting s as guest speakers; a lso showing movies pertaining to the civi l fie ld. The club ha s o ne fiel d trip ea ch term, one midterm party, a senio r ba nquet in honor of a ll the Firs t Row, left to right ( sitti ng) : Glen Garrel ts, J ai m e Lerner, Roland

seni o rs of the club , and an awa rd

Hulbe rt , Leon Sevilny , Win ston Ho ld ing , Gayander Patel , Charl es Ja mison , a nd Mou stafa Imra m . Se co nd row : Kenneth LaVan, Ro nald

st a nd ing graduating senior ea ch ter m.

Bl ack, W il lia m No b is, Carlos Gachhorna , Wil lar d Steve nso n (Club M od e rator), Jerry Le vitt, Rob ert Graham , China , R,S" James Neilson , a nd r 'om N ewto n, Th路i rd row : Jose ph H alte rm a n, Fred Rosiek . Robert

C . Ruhl (D eanJ. Al be rt Shapiro, Ken Laufer, Willi a m Aust in, Ol se n,

Gene Neff , Be rnard Wh itcom b, a nd Gerald Price .

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Watching a grain filled box car being unloaded on a huge automatic unloader.

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The members, a lthough small in number, have presen ed a Chem ical Society which is commendable; hey have by the ir interes s and activities presented a good socia l program sup plemented with technical sem inars. The purpose 0 a specific society, such a s he American Chem ical Socie y, is 0 advance he proe ssion it represents; 0 better soci a l re la tionsh ips o persons in con jugate profession s and to aid members in associat ing with one another, thereby learning how 0 deal with peop le and becoming poten ial leaders. I ha s been with these ideas that the society func ioned dur ing the term 1957-1958 . Regular b i-wee kly meetin gs were he ld throughout the year as were a lso the chemical seminars. The mem bers, hemse lves, organ ized their func ioning body and socia l committees. Elec ions were held for the various offices . Two fie ld tr ips were sponsored: One o he Chicago Muse um of Science and Industry and

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the other, to Eli Lill i and Company which is in Indianapolis . These excursions were chosen so that stud ents would have the opportunity of seein g the practical end of chemistry, and also to see how chemistry funct ioned as an industrial giant. A banquet was held during wh ich a notable guest spea ker, Dr. Micelli from the United States Rubber Company, a lked about his part icular fie ld in chemistry rub ber and its present app lications. For the e xtreme ly socia ll y minded , the soci ety he ld a " smoker " at the beginning of each term. Th is funct ion served as a " get acqua inted " gesture to introduce the new members to th e socie ty. Both the new members and the o ld fe lt that this wa s an excellent way of meeting one anoth er. The soc iety hopes that the coming year wi ll bring more members into its fo ld , and it looks to the future with a fee li ng of optimism : More members, more activities, and more accomplishments .


First row , left to right : D. J . Koestler . Student Adv isor ; Ray J . Kin g , Facu l ty Ad viso r ; Dona ld A . McCla in, Richard T. Ag a wa , Sukhb ir S. Virk; Donald Schaadt , Ralph Spa yd , Sec retary : James R. Bunt ing , Cha irman ; Cha rl es A . W illi am s. Vice C ha ir man ; Leonard Sten be rg , LeRoy E. Sm ith : Anthony Ostroski , Stephen Trusik . R.ic.... ard C . Hansen . Second row : G il bert K. Budd enbaum , Ral p h L. Mue ll er , Ra niit S. G rewa l, He rbe rt K. Mo rg an , Lyn ne Stewart , Michael Jo.hnson , Lonnie C . Meadows , Theodore A lt . Thurma n H. Henderson , Thomas W . Gu rr. Stephen R. Sedo re , Robert G . Butche r, Charles Adams, Frank Futala , Wa lter Bacon , Robert H . Mac k, Stephen 5p ishock , W illiam Keat ing , Kenn eth A . Z.immerman , Corres . Se cr eta ry; Ha r-

od Wo rley , Gera ld Haw k, Johah Mann. Third row: ?au l Miike . Dea n Shaw , Robe rt Fo rg it , LeRoy G reen , U. F. Masu ll o , J . E. He iss, Anthony Sto ll , David La ir d , J . R. Taylor , E. l. Rob inso n, G . T. Reece , Jonn P. W ilson , John Kowa l, Lo ui s J . Ge ri cs, Joseph Caffi ers, W illiam C a lhoun , Robert C lark.

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A ctivities o f t he club include field tr ip s t o companies that are directly concerned in the develop-

to p rov ide a medium for Tec h students interested in Audi o Eng ineer ing , either a s a career or as a hobby, to exchange idea s and t o learn o f new developments in the field .

ment o f a udi o products. A banquet is held annually a s a social fun ctio n of the club . At the prese,nt t ime a move is under way to obtain a room where equip-

Members of the Student Section ho ld the grade ment may be st o red , where members may co me to of Student Member in the Audio En gineering Soc iety and, a s such, receive full benefit of member-

work o n a udio equipment , circuits, or co nverse with

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fellow members.

First row . left to right: Frank J . Affeldt , Garland F. Lind e. Treasurer: Lyl e Fa je n, Chairman; W . W . Appel , Faculty Moderator; Charles Armbrust . Secretary; Joe BOVd , Vice Chairm an; Gene L. Fau lken berry , Se cond Row: Leon Recker , Tarum B. Shah , Warren 8. Frank , John Walrath , Herbert K. Merte l. Gordon Honert. Richard Simonic , Lawrence J. Bu rch . lhird row : Gerald J. Buchko . Robert Dale , Gordon Hart . LeRoy Green . Paul Blanchard . Jim Marello . Sylve ster Chmura . Earl C . Kepner. Jr.


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A group of students who visited the Heath Company, Benton Harbor, Michigan. The Heath Company is a manufacturer of electronic equipment kits. This field trip was conducted by the Audio So.ciety on July I, 1958.

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First row , left to r.ight : Ablert R. Mart in, E. J . Hendri x. George H . Peterson, Charles Adams , Nick Eaker, G rant Paulson, Ray Hansen . Second row : C alvin Collier. Ro ss K. Smith , Thomas C . McCormick , Dale Taylor. Carl Na deau , Paul M. Yourt, Donald E. Lawton , Donald L. Peters, Donald L. Timmerman . Harold Worley, Robert A . Williams . C a rl E. W insel. Third row : Anton H. Jessberger, John R. Torres , Glen L. Bansbach, Lenord A. Birk land , Larry M. G o odman , Harlow B. Olson , Edmund A . Waddell , Robert H . Mack. Rober! E. Campbell , Walter G . Jordan.

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unite all electronic engineering students so that the y ma y have a c ha nce t o get acqu ai nted. Wh e n inclement weather does not p revail , the

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The Electronic Engin eeri ng Society is a depart-

fi eld trips t o various pla nts and industries engaged

mental o rganization o f the Electronic En gineering

in the design and production of electro nic equip-

Department at Indiana Te c hni cal C oll ege. Its aim s

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INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES The LA.5. is the representative society for engi neers, d esigners, and technical specialists in a ll t he sci en ces rela t ed to the design and development of aircraft. Its ba sic missio n is to facili t ate, by all

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The I.T.C. Flyi ng Club , largest and most active

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student body group, is co mposed of sixty members, OFFICERS

The Club own s two planes, a Cess na 140, a nd an

(Seated) John Bouma, President; (left to right) Edward Mayo, Pub路 licity Officer; Ric hard Nelson, Vice President; Robert Hutson, Flight Coordinator ; Carl Rhoda , Safely Officer; Edward Co x, Secretary ; T. De Verteuil Williams, Treasurer.

Aeronca Champ; both are hangared at Smith Field. Da y and night

local a nd cross路country flights are

made at a ve ry slight expense to the. members. The Club wa s fo rmed to make fl ying possibl e for the stu den ts who own licen se , and qualified instruction poss ib le fo r the students wh o wi sh to obtain a licen se at a rea o nab le cost. The Club operation is solely supported by members' dues. 100


Club Planes at Smith Field: Aerona Champ in foreground. Cessna 140 in background .

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First row , left to right: Frankl in Nat ividad, Haruo Matsunaga , Robert Seo , Richard Agawa , Hideo Toyama, Ernest Busboso , Wilfred Ho·nda . Second row: Roy Tnikawa, Kazuo Togashi , Frank Yamada, Charles Asato , Stanley Uyechi , Gordon Hash i moto, Tadao Kuroda, David Segawd , Paul ~Hike, Isamu

Higa , Ronald Oda , Thomas Ham ada , Shigeo Fukush ima . Th ird row: Kenji Nakahara , Sammy Zaan, Harry Honda , Manuel Alberas, Stanley Yumen, Jame s Takeu chi, Jerry Okamura , Agrip i no Batoon, Larry Watanabe .

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Home of the Hawaiian Club.

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SHIGEO FUKUSHIMA

HARU O MATSUNAGA

CHARLES ASATO

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Paul and AI tickle the strings.

Before the start of the 3-legged race at the Club Picnic.

Hawaiian Nite at the Y.W. Notice the girls' apparel

"Life of the Party" Ernest Busboso leads in song fest.

it's the muumu , not the sack.

Mr. Price displays hi s gift as President Toyama looks on .

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Firs t Row: Isamu Higa ,

L. Prunuske , Vi ce- Pr eside nt; Clyde F. Davenport . Members a bsen t : Rob ert A . Sec , Denn is Mulcahy, Jesse Du rbin , Will ia m E. Berndt, Pa ul F. Welty , Ch arles Yelverton.


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The purpose of the Kegi o nga Am ateur Rad io Club is to foster amateur radi o activities am ong the students of Indi a na Techni cal C o llege. The Club operates its own equipment on the 80 , 40, 20, 15, I I, 10 , and 6 meter Am ateur Bands. Mobile ope rat io n, a large tran smitter project, an d C ode classes fo r the beg inners he ad line o ur present activities. Serio us exper imentati on as we ll as Civi l Defen se a nd me ssa ge handling is a pa rt of o ur contribution t o the community. Students of the sch oo l were offered the fa cilities of our mess age handling servi ce. The club is co nstantly swelling in number and in the latest in elect ronic equipment. Our antennae system co mprise s di o poles on 80, 40, 20 , and rotateab le be a ms on 15 , I I, 10, and the 6 meter Amateur Ba nd s.

A view of the operating position in the "ham shad." Shown from left to right VH F Converters, DX-IOO Transmitter, Frequency Standard, and the Conelrad Monitor near the ceiling.

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The entrance of the Mecha ni cal Department into intra-mural sports is controlled by active members of the club. All club members are recog nized as affiliates of the Fort Wayne Section, ASME and are eligible to attend the meetings and functions of this organization .

of In dia na Tec hnica l C ollege. Meetin gs of the cl ub a re held at t wo week in terval s d urin g each term. At the meetin gs, interestin g and informative film s are shown, and spea kers are occasiona lly presented. The cl ub schedul es fi eld trips to indu stries in Fort 106


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ance of chaplains appointed by the Bi shop

Catholic students on secular and state col-

of the Diocese. The inspiration of the great

lege campu ses in their religiou s, cu ltural and

Cardin'al Newman, long an advisor at O xfo rd

social life. The variou s activitie s spon sored

University, is the beacon g uid ing the vario us

are aimed to supplement and round out the

foundation s which exist at over 300 colleges

education of the students, under the guid-

and unive rsitie s in the United States.

First Row , left to right : Father lsenbarger , Walt Gre iner , Secretary ; John Wagner , Treasu rer ; Tom Ryan , President ; Ed Pelic , Vice 路 President ; Manuel Garcia , Larry Bunch , Joe Cranmer . Second Row: Miles Hallet , Jim Ga rci a t Bill C oyle , M ik e Brinkman , John Uwelling , Bob Spencer , Marty Hermanns , John Toy , Tom Zruna, John Petrick , Jerry Stankiew icz. Th i rd Row : Joe Con nelly, A lex Zamper" i, John Ster, Bob Gungerg, Lo u Ge ri g , Cha rl e s Semlick .

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Keep your eye on this laboratory. Ve ry soon it will be one to be proud of. As can be seen , th e lab is already expanding with e xperimental equpiment.

PHYSICS Keeping in step with the prog ress at Indiana Technical College, the Physics Department ha s sponso red a newly formed o rganizati o n call ed t he Physics Cl ub. Under t he moderato rship of Mr. L. R. Etter, t he Ph ysics Cl ub has set as its goal the advancemen t and diffu sio n of kn owledge of the sc ien ce of physics and its applica tio n to human welfa re. Th e orga nizatio n has acquired a la borato ry fo r experim en t al pro jects. An X-ray machine, a Va n de

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First Row , left to right : M. A. Atad , Mr. A. C . Steinbach, Faculty Moderator ; S. M. Khan, S. J . Ahmed . Second Row: T. H. Gill , N. A. Siddique , A. H . Mian , S. Haq , A. S. Haider, Wajeeuddin .

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Dr. and Mrs. Keen and other guests are being entertained by Pakistani Students.

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S. M. KHA N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . President

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On September IS , 1956, the Pa kistan Stu dents A ssociation of America, Fort Wayne Chapter , was organized_ The purpose of the organization is to create better understanding between Americans and Pakistanians through education and cultural activities, and to promote closer contact and co-operation between Pakistani students.

ASSOCIATION

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The Society of Auto motive En gineers is a student

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branch, affi liated with the Natio nal Soci ety of Auto-

all engineering students who are interested in the

motive En gi neers, a nd is sponsored by the Mecha n-

advan cement of the Automotive In du stry _

First Row , le ft to right : Chuck Barnum, Secre t a ry; Bill Keller, Chairman; Walter F, Kle in, Treasurer ; George Pavlou , Edg a r Kolb . Second Row: Don Riley , Arn o ld Cowan, Theoh a ris Keh ayiog lou , Shafeeh Hamseh, Don Mey ers, Larry Odelius , Haffar Aley . Third Row : Thoma s Berghoff, Robert Wind , Walte r W . Bacon, Rob ert E. Spencer, Dale Fischer, Carl Hawthorne , Malcolm Champion .


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First Row , left to' rignt : Christa Hu ston , Yvette Dowe, Loui sa Vanad ia , Virgin ia Piner, Sandy Klein, Delores Musgrove, Judy Hawk, Sue Bach , Kay Bradley, Mario n Eskesen , Jan Nel so n. Sec ond Row : Ro berta Lockwo od , Joan Zimmermann , Helen Kred ie t , Betty Seymour, Delores Carr, Jean Mc-

Corm ick, Mary Atk inson, Carolyn Schaag , Kae Betts, Annelta Wh iltig , Mary Lou ise Ro s baugh , Darlene Neff , Sally King, Brenda Peterson. Third Row: Ruth Pipe s, Shirley Smith , Rita Paul , Pe nny Wadell, Es telle Ryan , Mary Myers . Nancy Cain , Delores Black, Ir is Reily , Carolyn Mayo, Marie Peters , Ann Mussd ) rfer .

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The Tech Student Wives' Club meets bi-

(Sitt ing) Sandy Klein, Pre side nt: Stand ing , left to rig ht : Kay Bradley, Vic e-Pres:dent; Sue Bacn , Trea surer; Virginia Piner , Secretary .

weekly at the Fort Wayne Housing Authority Recreation Center, 1825 Morris St. Through-

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The Weightlifting and Bodybui lding Club of Indiana Te ch had its incepti on in the newly acquired g ymna sium in January of 1958 under the presidency of Ken Gulla and with the ass istance of Faculty Moderator, Jack Quinn and the cooperation of Athletic Directo r, Murray Mendenhall. At the present time the club has obtained several hundred pounds of weights and a variety of specialized bodybuilding equipment. Membership has g rown to approximately forty active members who ha ve scheduled wor kouts two hours a day for three da ys a week. Competitions are held from time to time each term among the members. Devel opment of the club will continue as new membe rs and more equipment are procured. It is a nticipated that team s fro m the club will represent Tec h in various inte rcolleg iate and national competitions.

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Front Row . left to right : Herbert Lenzkes, Don King, Chuck Toepfer, Warren Fra nk , Ku rt Stiefvater. Second Row : Dick Tavano, W a lt Sc hultz, Fred Scribnik , Dick Bayle s, Jim Robertson, Treasurer ; Jack Quinn , Faculty Moderator ; Joe Perri , Dan Bednarsk i', Pre.s.ide nt ; John Walker , Ed Koeppe , VicePre sident ; A. B. Albers , W ill iam Jacob, Earl e Brown, Public Relations .

Dan Bednarski, with 300 pounds aloft, is the outstanding lifter of the club. Dan has gained state and national recognition for his lifts. His 765 pound Olympic lift total is the present re.cord for the 165 pound division of the state of Indiana. ,

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Winning team of the IFe " Best Ball" golf tournament was composed of Don Henderson , holding the trophy, Don G e rman, Joe Sekel, and Sam Giavara (L. to R.)

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Those who participated in the tournament are from left to right, front row:

Sam

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Pitone , Don German, Don Henderson, Sam Giava ra, Gary Ride nour , Norm Palazzini. Ba ck rOW : Dick Heivy. Kemp

Stieber, Tom Goebel, Joe Consonni . J 'oe Sekel, Tom Ryan, Bob Payne, Ron Petroff.

FRATERNITY

Formed at Tech during the 1951 -1 952 school year, the Inter- Frat e rnity Council has as its goal the betterme nt of re la ti o ns between the recog nized fraternities and the school paper. It is co mposed of two me mbers fr om ea ch frat e rnity. By co mpeting in most a ll th e intra mural spo rts, th e me mb e rs of th e

COUNCIL

va rio us member fraternities a re afforded an excellent oppo rtunity to expand their acquainta nces, to mingle, a nd excha nge friend ship a nd cooperation . Present member frate rn ities: Al pha Gamma Upsilon, Beta Sigma Tau, Kappa Sigm a Kap pa, Kappa Sigma Phi, Sigm a Phi Delta .

Front Row, lett to right: Sam Reitz , AI Shapiro , Ray Rowle s. Back Row : Ron Bon ar, John Mutkoski, Joe Sekel , Sam Ketchum, Joe Bienas.


IOTA

TAU

APPA

Iota Tau Kappa was organized as a means

o r better for each of four term s of college

of rewarding exceptional scholarship. In Sep-

work became el igib e for membership. It is

tember of 1942, Indiana Technica l College

the convicti on of the fraternity that with "In -

inaugurated an honorary scholastic fraternity

du stry, Truth, and Knowledge" as a beacon

symbolizi ng "I ndustry , Truth, and Knowl-

on our path throug h life no problem or ta sk

edge " by the Greek letters Iota Tau Kappa.

will appear too difficult.

Students maintaining a point average of 3.5

Seated, left to right: Ralph Carson, Albert R. Madin , Earl C . Kepner, Jr. , V ice Pre si dent ; Kenneth A . Z immerman , President; Jose ph W . Cranmer, Ben . jamin Dow, Howard Macklin . Standing: Thomas Usai, Richard W . Lieberman , Thomas E. Altg i lb ers, Gene L. Neff , Fred C . Bader, Leonard Stenberg , Georg e F. Griebel , Ph ilip J. Surico, Ray J. King .


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Front Ro w. le ft to right : Harvey West . Harry Brown . Gene Neff . Rollie Pip es. Dwight Raddatz. Back Row : Edwin Gediman . Pat Garrett. Rona :d Smith . Dave Ray , Ray McK i nn is, Charles Daniel s, Joe Miller, Don Calvi n, Robert Mack .

ALPHA 0

EGA TAU

The Alpha Omega Tau social fraternity became a part of Indiana Technical College in January 1957. The purpose of this frater-

A display of Fraternity hats by brothers.

nity is to promote fe llowship, socia l, scholasti c , and recreational activities for its members. The entire membership is looking forward in the ne xt year to forming its first affiliated

chapter which wil l consi st of De Molay members.


Pres. Garrett presenting Dr. Dixon with Honorary Membership.

Retiring President Garrett presenting gavel to incoming President Daniels for Fall Term 1957.

OFFICERS GENE NEF F . .

. . . Presi d ent

HARRY BR O W N

. Vi ce -Pre sid en t

ROLLI E PIPES

HARVEY WEST

DWIGHT RA DDATZ

. Secretary

. Treasurer

Bus in ess Manager

Alpha Omga Tau Brothers en joying a coffee break. Outgoing Pres. Daniels presenting gavel to Gene Neff for Winter and Spring Terms 1957-58.

Alpha Omega Tau men with Dr. Todd Dixon, Faculty Advisor .

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Front Row , left t o r' ght : Frank Pe pe , Norman Gellman , Philip Surico , Tho

mas Ryan, Ronald Petnoff, Harold Hankins , Donald Ketchum, Herbert Gitell. Se con d Row : Do na ld Martin , Robert Eberly , Andre Wetzel , Israel Guterman, Fred Sribnik, Richard Anderson , Steve Trus :k, Thomas Corby . Howard Le hr , Ro be rt Clark , Albert Shapiro , Rob e rt Wind , Paul Sulprizio . Th ird Row : Mr . Bernhard~, Faculty Moderator; John Steward, Norman Palazini , J ohn Baggl ie r, Go rdon Harper, Robert Gorn stein , Theadore Alt , David Mayers , Jona Mann, Joseph Bienas , John Chow, Jerry Cormier . Brothers not pr es ent : Victor Bani char, Glenn Campbel l, John Gr iffin , Irvi n Longenecker, Richard Nonhey, Robert Payne , Georges Saucier .

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Beta Sigma Tau is one of the newest fraternities at Indiana Technical College, Originating a s Theta Mu Phi slightly over a year

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cal College Colony and on the eighth of September, 1957, Beta Sigma Tau was accepted a s a member of the national organization, The ideals of this social fraternity are Brotherhood and Democracy which transcend racial, national and religiou s differen ces, One of the many highlights has been the purchase of the fraternity house located only three blocks from the college campus. 124

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End of term banquet at Goegline 's Barn.

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OFFICERS Wi nter·S pring 1957-58

RONALD PETROFF THO MAS RYAN

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· . . Presi dent · Vice - Pre si dent

HAROLD HANKINS

Re cord i ng Se cre ta ry

DONALD KETCHUM

. . . . . Trea surer

Beta Sigma Tau fraternity house ington St.

End of term Banquet at Goegline's Barn.

1115 E. Wash·


On November 8, 1946, the Sigma Chapter of Kappa Si g ma Kappa wa s f ounded at Indiana Te chnical College. Their circle of Brotherh ood is closely knit t ogether by idea s of tru st , mutual confidence, and fraternal coopera ti on . The aim s of thi s soc ial fraternity are the contrib ution of its brothers toward hi gher achievement in sc holarship and the joint participation in all extra -cu rricular activ itie s. Mr . Dan Dwyer is congratulated by Tom Brown after his initiation. Mr. Dwyer is our faculty moderator.

All active smiles are optimistic about 1958 . Standing, left to right: Bob G unberg, Per Anti , Pawan

Mehra , Neophyte Paul Minor, Don Henderson,

Jo sep h Sek el. Sam Giavara. Bob Fesla . Sealed : Edward Schaag , John Marlin , Dan Dwyer, Ric hard Pliska, Tom Brown , Robert Julian, Herbert Orlh. Not in p icture : Fr ank OatH , Byron Forem an, Carlo Penoni, Ja ch Anspach, M r. Ben Kemp . Dough Chenoweth , Rogel io Andreu, Sam Patell , AI LeBlanc, Sarkis Baribian, Paul Cunr. ingham .


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Kne e ling, left 10 righl: Hal We ' dner , Lee Ko inlan , Re g Downey , Harold Gr iswold , Bob Will iams, Ivo NUlh . Sealed : Richard Durgin, Sim Ruhl , Corr . Se creta ry ; Erne st Fox , Treasurer ; Gen e N e ff , Pr es id e nt; Larry Shrout, Secretary; Rob ert Marshall, Faculty Moderc1tor ; Bob Wentz. Back Row: John Car-

roll, Jerry Green, William Davis, Mike John son , Pa ul Roberls , Rich a rd Koh I, Robert Galt,

Peler Schmitt, Ralph While , Col n Holmeshaw, Thomas

Bradfo rd , George Schumacher, Gene Scott , Gary Nel son . Brothers not present: Robert Kulsik, Sergeant at Arms ; Fran Frassmann , Maurice Hubscher, Donald King , John Meanor, Harold Philip s, Raymond Rowles , Vice - Pre sident ; Charles Yelverton , Mauric e Rock .

KAPPA SIG

A PHI

Kappa Sigma Phi is a social fraternity dedicated to the promotion of Fellowship, Scholarship, and Sportsmanship, The purpose of

A pledge class proudly displays their costumes.

this fraternity is to bring together, in close bonds, the brothers of this fraternity; to assist one another while in school as well as in the business world, Kap pa Sigma Phi was incorporated on Nover.1ber 27, 1946 as a social fraternity, On Octo be r I, 1950, Beta Chapter was recognized by Indiana Technical College, The frate;n ity owns and maintains a house at 1509 Hugh St, The brothers extend several invitations to prospective pledge s each term for initiation into the fraternity,


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Kappa Sigma Phi Gimicks on Radio WANE.

Kappa Sigma Phi well represented.

The six best dressed men in Fort Wayne.

prepares for the big parade.

New brothers performing for members at a social event.

Kappa Sigma Phi's new home at 1509 Hugh St. Brothers King , Shrout, and Weidner discussing the weather.

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IOTA

PHI

L P H A

Phi Iota Alpha is a national Fratern ity rep-

Tec hnical Col lege it is an important source

re senting La ti n American students in the

of he lp f or the Lati n American students in

United States. It strive s for a better union of

learni ng the cu stom s of the people of North

all Latin American coun tries and for closer

America.

re lati ons with the United State s. In Indiana

MEMBERS BERNARDO ABBADIE MARI O BETER O

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HUMBERlO DE LA PEN A

SERGIO ESTRADA . . . . . . LUIS E. FONSECA. LAZAR GI LINSKI JOS E G RANATI

ALEXIS HERNANDEZ

. . . . Mexico

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liMO AIJALA

EN RI O U E DE LA RO SA . DANIEL FERNAND EZ

· Colombia

GONZALO G ARRID O

· Colombia

ALON ZO GO NZAL EZ

· Venezue la

LANVI LLE HARDI E

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ALVARO CRISTANCH O

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cuba

. . Finland

. . . . . . Colombia . . . . . . Puerto Ri co

. . . . . . . . Cuba

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JESUS L. HER NANDEZ . . . . . . . . . . .

. Cuba

RO NAL DO HERNANDEZ . . . . . . . . .

. Venezuela

JOS E M IGU EL PA RRA . . . . . . . . . . . . Venezuela

JU LIO CESAR PEREZ

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TO MAS E. RAMON

C ARLOS SAN DOVAL

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lEO FI LO WI LLiAMS .

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JA M ES SERPA NOS LUIS E YEPES

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. . . . . . . . . Spa i n . . . . . . . . Greece

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Mr. Cleo Quinn, Fraternity Advisor.

Mr. Quinn , Carlos Sandoval, and Gonzalo Garrido.

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Club activities are informal Sunday evening reunions for members and their fami lies, formal parties throughout the school

'rerm, regular weekly meetings , a weekly Latin-American mu sic broadca st over WGL Radio Station, and general outdoor sports.

Jose J. Granat , Gonzalo Garrido , Jose Miguel Parra , Mario Berte ro , Ronaldo Hernandez .

Front view of the fraternity house.

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Sunday Evening Social.

The Latin American Broadcast over WGL Lenville Hardie.

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Carlos Sandoval.


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D E L T A OFFICERS RICHARD E. BENDE R . . . . . . . . . . Ch ie f Eng i nee r ROBERT SHER LIN LELA ND REID

HAROLD KELLER

Ass· t . Ch ief En gi neer

Busi ness Manager

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Secretary

The social life of an eng ineering student is limited by the amount of time he can devote away from long assignments in sc ientifi c theo ry and long hours in the labo rato ry. A social engineering fr aterni t y, within which the p rofess io na l engineer ca n plan hi s social life in a cco rdan ce with hi s wo rk load, gives him a broa dened culture necessa ry to assure en trance into post college life without being flat on o ne sid e . Th is is the fun ction of Sigma Phi Delta.

First Row , left to rigH : John Ster. Lind sa y R. Rash , Ple dge Dunaway . Pledg e Cowley , Pl e dge Borowski , Frank Va nadia, Leland Reid , James Thaler. Seco nd Row : Bob Day , Arno ' d Elgart , C a lvin Collier, Do nald Gaugler, Josep h Lac ivi ta , Stanley Grey, Edgar Kolb , Richard Bender. Th ird Row : Paul Latsey , Charl es Stinchfield, Ronald H icks , Sta nley Pu skar!, We sley Mun so n, R chard Sch omm er , Robert Yoesting , Raymond Hoffman , Stanley Tr izinski , Ric hard He iny , J a mes C reec h. Fourth Ro w: Jack Guidish , Va nce Sta nhope , Ch arles Von W ei nstei n, James Cavan au gh , Rob e rt Sherl in, Thomas Scallo , William E. Donahue , Ph .D., Thomas Goebel , Don aId Forister, George Pete rs on , Will ia m Hambrock .


Pledges entedain graduates at Winter Banquet .

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.. Brother Lyle Oleson visits Lambda.

Comfortable quaders at Lambda House.

A gold . dust twin makes his bequeathal.

Winter graduates give last toast.


Seated, left t o right: Do men ick Pitone , Recording Secretary ; Ron Bonar , Pres id e nt ; Prof. Rimmer , Faculty Advisor; Dr . Planck, Harvey Unger , Chapter C oun se lor ; Gen~ Durand , Conrad Brault, Treasurer; and Holly Young, Corresponding Secretary . Second row : Thomas Zruno, Vice· Pre si dent; Dave ero'tty , Sergeant at Arms ; John King , Pl e dgem aster ; Titu s Bilik, Claren ce Beach-, House Manager ; Wilfred Mills , Anthony Gies, Dennis Buechel, Angus M cDon a ld , AI Brooker, Jim Doyle, and Jim Covert , Member-at-Large . Sa ck row : John Mutkoski , Jim Garcia , Bill Berndt, Ron Gould , John Munson, Bo b Swisner, Don Cassidy, Dick Walsh , Frank Germano , Joe D' Ambrosio , Dom Tucci, and Joe Consonn i.

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A brief resume of the p ast ye a r's e vents ea si ly suppo rts Alph a Gam 's pa st , present, and future theme continued gro wth in e very respect. This past year Beta Men beca me an integra l part of t he recreati o nal pro gram of the Ft. Wa yne State Sc hool fo r th e me nta lly retarded. The many outi ng s were highlighted by t aking a gro up t o the I. O .O.F. spon sored Rode o . An o ther enjo yable o uting was an Ea ster Egg Hunt put o n for the be nefit of the c hildren at the C o unt y Or p ha ns H o me. â&#x20AC;˘

In the field of sp o rt s, o ur competitiveness is e VI denced by the a cc umulatio n o f tro phies in o ur ho use.

A closely knit group, it is hard to find a member by himself.

A highly successful social event put on by the pledge class of the spring term for the membership and the ir dates.

Presentation of the Alpha Gamma Upsilon Scholastic Award to two deserving students from Tech, John Zmuidzinas and Richard LaFever, by Pres. Durand on the left and Mr. Unger on the right.

A glan ce a t Beta 's social ca lendar re ca ll s two very successful d a nce s spo nso red by the Alpha Gam s' which drew upward s t o 500 pe o ple, and, a lso , man y smaller dances a nd parties held a t the Chapte r H o use. An o ther b ig event wa s the Alpha Gamma U p siIon National C o nventio n held in Ft. Wayne o n Oct. 17, 18, and 19 sp o nsored by Beta Chapter. The unified effort of the membership wa s a key fact o r in the success of the memorable occa sion. Alpha Alpha Pi, ou r sist e r soro rity, ha s on many occa sio ns aided the fraternit y in helping to make many of our projects a success . A successf ul year ha s no w been closed. Th o ughts a nd acti o ns are no w turned t o the year fo rth com ing .


ALPHA ALPHA PI , the auxiliary chapter of ALPHA GAMMA UPS ILON, is composed of wives and fiances of active members. Seated left to right are Mrs. Gerrard , Mrs. Hoggard, Mrs . McDonald, Mrs. Swisher, Mrs. King , Mrs. Talbott, Mrs. Brooker and Mrs. Covert.

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