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The new McMillen Library, dedicated May 19, 1962

INDIANA TECHNICAL COLLEGE FORT WAYNE, INDIANA •


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The students and faculty of Indiana Tech proudly dedicate this yearbook to Mr. Dale W. McMillen in deepest appreciation of his most generous gift

a gift which has made

and will continue to make a vital contribution to the intellectual growth of all students who come here, not only from the United States but from many countries throughout the world.

Mr. McMillen, right, formally presents library to Arthur Fruechtenicht, Chairman of Board of Trustees, May 19, 1962.


ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY

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Dedication of Dale W. McMillen Library, May 19, ~~»~•" · ~

The Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Arthur Fruechtenicht (right) , an d Carl Pierson , Vice-Chairman (l eft ), are admiring this new portrait of Dale W. McMillen which is to hang in

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The main reading room

The carrels above are located behind the stacks shown in the picture above.

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Steve Breiner, President of the Student Council, presents "Thank You" book containing student signatures to "Mr. Mac."

Paul Taylor, President of Kappa Sigma Phi, presents Recognition Award from the fraternities to "Mr. Mac."


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Students checking out books to complete assignments

On the floor below the reading room there are smaller rooms available for seminars and study.

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Don Temp le , Pr esident of the Alumni Assoc iation , presents a Distingu ished Service Award to "Mr. Mac" honoring him as "indu striali st , philanthropist , and humanitarian."

Mess rs. Dana and McMi ll en , left and right , advise Robert R. G ilruth , Directo r of Project Mercury, as to procedure in acceptin g Honorary Doctor of Scien ce Degree .

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Even before landscaping was completed, the students lost no time in making use of " Mr. Mac's" generous gift t o further higher education in Fort Wayne for the many students who come here from a II parts of the world .

The Th eme of Dedication Day for t he new Library is d is played at the luncheon on May 19, 1962.


Plans to build a new library were launched by Mr. Dale W. McMillen, founder and president of Central Soya Company, in February, 1961, when he pledged his full support for the new building.


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President Archie T. Keene, at left, shows Robert R. Gilruth, director of Project Mercury, the Indiana Tech campus. Dedication Day, May 19, 1962.

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C. A. Overholt Vi ce-presi dent and Treasurer

Ralph W. Young Dean of Faculty

John B. Crane Vice-President for Funds Develo pment 1.3


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Robert C. Ruhl

Dean of Students

Dean of En g ineering

Mac A. Fuelber

Oren B. Huffer

Busin ess Manager and Dire ctor of Purchases

Regist rar and Director of Admissions


Harold W. Belt

Robert Large

As si stant to the President

Director of Pla cement

Richard D. Dermer

Meredith Sprunger

Director of Research and Deve lo pment

Directo r of Freshman Division

Evelyn M.

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Benjamin L. Dow H ead, Aeronaut ical Engineering Department

The Aeronautical Engineering Department a.l Indiana Technical Col lege strives to have the student we ll prepared in the basic sciences before the advanced aeronautical topics are undertaken . A g radua te with a B.S. degree in Aeronautical Engineering may enter many phases of the aerona utica i field. The ever-increasing advances in the field of aeronautics, such as the earth satellite program, will continue to offer a challenge to the engineer of the present and f uture .

Kenneth Strong

William S. Hazard

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Tod B. Dixon Head, Chemi cal Engineering Department

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One of the newest branches of engineering. Chemica l Engineering has advanced rapidly . Pra ctically all industry in so me stage of processing. development or manufacturing. must depend upon men with a knowledge of chemi stry. Today there are highly specialized and •

diversified fields such as Gas. Metallurgical. Ceramics and Petroleum.

Because of its being the basic technology underlying the development and operation of virtually all industry . Chemical Engineering wi ll realize even greater growth in the years to come .

Joseph W. Cranmer

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Robert C. Ruhl He ad C ivi l Engin eering De pa rtme11t I

The development in the various branches of engineeri ng ha s c reated new problem s in the design and construction of building s. highways. airports and other structure s. The Civil Eng in eer is meetin g the d emand s of ou r present age with new methods and idea s. Even though C ivil Engineering is the old est of the fiel d s of eng inee ring it conI

tinues to grow and develop and provi de opportunities for men of •

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Howard B. Dillon

William D. Shrader

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Walter J. Williams, Jr. Head , Electr ic a I Eng i nee ring Departmen t

Electrical Engineering can be generally divided into two mai n categories : controls and

electronics (communication s). The graduate

elect rica I engineer may find him self working in the f ield s of radar, guided missiles and satellites, atomic energy, electroni c computers, radio communication s, television, control system s, power generation and distribution, and other numerous specialized phases of Electrical Engineering in commercial, indu strial and military f ield s.

Clarence Cain Richard Dermer Earl Devlin Ray King

Arthur Price Morris Simmons Peter Sorenson Norbert T orzyn

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Ivan A. Planck Head, Mechan ical Eng ineering D.epartment

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The field of Mechanical Engineering is so broad that no man can be an authority on all of its branches. Consequent·ly , mechanica l engineers tend to become specialists in chosen branches. Therefore , the stud ent is given a thorough ba ckground in the ba sic sciences. This field is very extensive, for practically every manufactured article require s th e se rvice s of mechanical engineers both in the design of the machine on which it is made and in t·he production of the article on those machines in the factory .

Simon Kuo Howard A. Macklin Robert Marshall

Erwin Horiak Cleo J. Quinn

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Norman 0. Long Head, Ch e mistry Department

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Chemistry is one of the fund a me ntal scien ces, important both in that it underlies all pha ses of modern living and in its own right as a fie ld of employment for the several hundred th ousand Ameri can chemists. Its sco pe incl udes everything from process control and analysis to the " glamor" fields of nuclear scien ce and rad ioactive t racer technique . biochemical resea rch and organic sy ntheses of vi tal d rugs . plastics an d explosives.

Warren Hoffman Laszlo Szeg edy

Bernard Richardville Edward P. Guindon

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Mary E. Weimer H ead . Eng lish Division

The primary ob jective of the English Department in an engineering college is to teach the engineering student the best methods of both oral and written communication. Thi s is essential in order that th e engi nee r may more effectively express hi mself socially and technically.

Joan Crane Helen Dinius Margaret Huff Helen Riordan

Rosemary Delancey Herman Mackie Alvin Steinbach Darrow Fox

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Charles Carr Head, Department of Ma thematics

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In our complex society, scientific progress depend s on the mat hematician, the engineer and many othe r scientists whose primary tool is mathematics. The Department of Mathematics offers a wefl-rounded cou rse for the young mathematicians. a s well as the essential mathematics for the enginee rin g, physics and chemistry students.

Hugh Harp I

Richard Sarber Fred Croninger James Dohner

Robert Leeper Hugh Landis Harry Mellin Donald Henderson

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Kozaburo Miyakawa Head , Department of Physics

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If, as has been said, "this is the atomic age," then t his is t he age of physics . Nu clear weapons and machines are prod ucts of the physics la boratory. Each new day find s the physicists of our nation ever widening horizons of man 's knowledge. Therefore, Indiana Technica l College meets the need for training in physics by offering basic and advanced courses designed to prepare a student ei+her for d irect participation in indu stry, or for a sci entific career of the more t raditiona l type .

Ralph Bracht Daniel Dwyer

Leonard Etter Dean Garrison

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Lee Bernhardt Head , Engineering Graphics

Engineering Graphics is a descriptive graphica l language used by engineers and designers throughout the world to express, develop and record their ideas and information. Men of indu stry have indicated that Engineering Graphics is not on ly important, but absolutely necessary. Students need a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of science and communication, and should be trained early in the engineering approach for th e so lution of problems . Th ey mu s+ have training in space visualization; they must develop their powers of analysis and synthesis; they mu st be given experience in creative thinking at the start of their college work; and their abilities to develop and reco rd I

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Carl Basham La w, Eco nomics

James Pringle

Meredith Sprunger

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Psyc hology

Phillip Kennell

Robert Macy

H isto ry, Ph ysical Ed ucation

Ath let ic Directo r and C ooch

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Sue Mclay Librarian

Staff members shown in receiving room: Helen Cook, Mona Belle Turpin, Mariorie West, and student workers.

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Rafique V. Ahmed, BSEIE; Sylhet. Pa kistan; President's Li st (I); Electronic Engineering Society; Pakistan Student A ssociation. President.

Nicholas J. Albanese, BSM E; Hempstead. New York; Iota Tau Kappa (I); Pre sident's List (6); Honor Ro ll (I); Mechanical Club. Secretary; Student Cou ncil; KEKIONGAN Staff { Veterans Club; Student Instructor. Graphics Lab (6); Varsity Golf.

Gerald W. Allen, BSEIE. Math Option; Tulla homa . Tennessee ; President's List (I ); Electronic Engineering Society.

George

W.~i ~_~n, BSCE; Coudersport. Penn-

sylvania; Pres-ident's List {I); Association of Civil Engineers; Society of Automotive Engineers; Student Co unci I; Rifl e C Iub.

Francis D. Bader, BSEIE; Columbia City. Indiana .

Gordon L. Bailey, BSEIE; Ossian. Indiana; President' s List {3); Electronic Engineering Society; Nucleus Staff; Intra mura I Softba II.

Jay N. Ballentine, BSEIE. Math Option; McCl ure, Pennsylvania; President's List (I); Electronic Engineering Society.

John E. Bartus, BSEE ; New Haven. Indiana; Alpha Gamma Upsilon Fraternity. Assistant Pledg e Master; Bowlin g Club. President. Vice- President; I.T.C. Bowling Team {1 ). Team Captain.

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George C. Beck, BSME; Scottdale, Pe nnsylvania;

President's List (6); Caswell Award; Mechanical Engineering Club, Secretary (I), President (2); Intramural Sports. Wayne E. Beck, BSEIE: Scottdale, Pennsylvania;

;Student Council ; Student Instructor, Graphics Lab; Baseball Team. Myron Bennett, BSEIE: Southampton , New York;

President's List (5}; Electronic Engineering Society: Newman Club: Intramural Golf. Steen Bentzen, BSEIE, Math Option; Pilemuset

Sorup Fredensborg. Denmark; Iota Tau Kappa; President's List (8); Electro nic Engineering Society; Phi losophy Club; Lutheran Student Organization. Merlyn L. Bloom, BSEIE. Math Option; Oak Har-

bor, Ohio; Preside nt' s Li st (5): Electronic Eng ineering Society. Sports Chairman; Student Council; Luthera n Student Association. Vice-President; Glee Club. Lawrence F. Case, BS Physiccs, Math Option;

Chicago, Illinois; President's Lis+ (2): Physics Club; Student Council; Assistant Physics Lab Instructor; Cheerleader (2); Kappa Sigma Kappa, Chaplain, Historian. Joseph P. Chamberlain, BSEIE. Math Option; St.

Petersburg. Florida; President's List{l} ; Electronic Engineering Society. Donley J. Corkery, BSEIE, Math. Option; Mani-

waki. Quebec, Canada; Iota Tau Kappa: President' s List (II); Honor Roll {10); Electronic Engineering Society, Publi city Chairman; Student Council (6}: Nucleus Staff: Chemistry Lab Assistant(!).

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Kenneth R. Crowe, BS Physics, Math Option; Montpelier, Ohio; President' s Li st (7); Physics Club, President (2), Vice-President. (2); KEKIONGAN Staff; A ssistant Physics Lab In stru ctor.

Fred Davis, BSEIE, Math Option ; Van-couver, B. C" Canada; President's List (2} .

Sergio Diaz, BSCE; President's List (I ); Associatio n of C ivi l Engineers, Trea surer; Chess Club; Soccer Team (2 ).

Lawrence J. Dilworth, BSEIE; Prin cet on, New Jersey; President's List (5); H onor Roll (I); Electronic Eng i neerin ~~c~.ty; Alpha Omega Tau, Trea surer. ~

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Dean M. Gates, BSEIE; Fa llent imber, Pen nsylvania; Pre sident' s List (3); Electronic Engineering Society.

Gary W. Gilbert, BSAeE ; Fort Wayne, Indian a; Preside nt's List (4).

Alan S. Gould, BSChE ; Miami, Florida; Chemical Engineering Society, Secretary; Chess Club, President; A ss istant Chemistry Lab In structor (I).

Arthur L. Headlough, BSEIE; Akron, Oh io; Electron ic Eng ineering Society; Flying Club; Varsity C lub, President; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, President; A ssistant Ph ysical Edu cation Instructo r (5}; Vari sty Baseball (3); Intramural Sports.


Richard T. Hill, BSME: Sut herland , Iowa; President's Li st (7); Honor Roll (I); Society of Automotive Eng ineers.

Bob G. Hodge, BSCE ; Fort W o rth , Texas; Associat ion of Civil Eng ineers; Va rsity Ba seball; lntra mu ra I Sports.

Emery S. Horvath, BCE; Easton, Pen nsylva nia; President' s List (5); Association of C ivil Engineers, Treasurer; Intramural Sports.

R. Lawrence Huff, BS Mat h; Fort W ay ne , Ind iana: Preside nt's List (15); Honor Roll (1 0); Technician Staff; Stu dent Assistant to Dean of Students, Pl ace me nt , Public Relations.

Arnold E. Huge, BSEIE; Fort Wayne , Ind ian a; Electroni c Eng ineeri ng Society; W eight- Lifting Club. I

Jay R. Kelchner, BSME ; Pa lmyra , Penn sylva nia; President's List (2) ; Mecha_nica l Enginee ring C lu b, Cha irman , Trea sure r; Pistol Clu b, Sec retaryTreasurer ; G lee C lub ; Nation al Rifle Associatio n; 1960 Scie nce Fa ir a nd Carn ival, Co-Cha irman.

James E. Kelly, BSEIE; North Adam s, Ma ssa chusetts; President' s List (I); Flying Club, Assistant Flight Safety Offi cer.

Ronald A. Kobiske, BS Physics, Math ; Weyauwega, W isconsin; Iota Tau Kappa , SecretaryTreasurer; President' s List (5); Hono r Roll ( 10); Ph ys ics Club; Assistant Ph ysics Lab In structo r (4} .

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Walter Langeman, BSEIE; Coalda le, Alberta, Canad a; Nucleus Staff, Gold Key Award ; Theta Mu Pi, Pledge Master, H ouse Manager.

WalterS. Leiser, BSEIE, Math Option ; C ol umbus, Oh io; C o-op Prog ram.

Howard D. Lewis, BSEE ; Clarksville, Tenn essee; President' s List (2) ; H onor Roll (2) , Electronic Eng ineering Society, Vice-Chairman; Student Coun cil (2); Nucleus Staff, Bu si ness M anager.

Samuel · T. Litz, BSCE; Welch , West Virginia; Preside nt ' ~M ~t:. A ssociation of Civil En gineers, Sergeant at Arm s; Intramural Sport s.

Edmond J. McKean, BSCE ; Sprin gda le, C onnecticut; President's List (2); A ssociation of C ivil Eng1neers. •

Frank Machamer, BSCE ; Rome, New York ; Presi dent' s List {4); A ssociation of C ivil Engineers; Vet-erans Club , Vice-President; Weight-Lifting C lub.

Frank J. Magyar, BSEIE; Clevel and , Ohio ; Electronic Engineering Soci ety.

Sun On Moy, BSME ; New York; Mechanical Engineering Club; Chinese Club; Intramura l Bowl• 1ng.

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Robert Mozzer, BSEIE; Mancheste r, Connecticut; President's List (2).

Guillermo O'Byrne, BSCE; San Salvador, El Salvador ; H onor H oll (I) ; A ssociati o n of Civil Engineers; Ph i Iota Alpha , Vi ce-President; Varsi t y Soccer {3); Intramural Sports.

Stanley D. Payne, BSME; Fort Wayne , Indiana; Iota Tau Ka ppa; President' s List (IOJ; Hono r Roll

(4).

Walter J. Peck, BSME; Holgate , Ohio; President' s Li st (3); Society of Automot ive Engineers, Secret ary; Do rmitory Governor (I ).

Thomas J. Raiac, BSME ; Newport News , Virgi nia ; Iota Tau Kappa; President's Li st (8).

Bernard Res, BSME; Richmond , Indiana; President' s List (5); H onor Roll (2); Society of Automotive Eng ineers; Theta Mu Pi, Trea surer.

J. Patrick Riddle,

BSCE ; Springfield, Orego:1; Honor Roll (I); A ssociation of C ivil Engineers , President, Sec retary; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, President, Supreme Ma ster, Pledge Ma ster, Executive C ommittee, Board of Directors, Treasurer; Technician Staff; Student Advi.sory Committee; Inter-fraternity Council; Fen cing Tea m; Intramural Sports.

William C. Robb,

BSEIE; Detroit, Michigan; President' s List {I); Glee Club; Flying Club; Phi Kappa Lambda, President, Secretary, H ouse Manager; Interfraternity Council; Dormitory Counsellor (2); Intramural Sports.

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Juris Sautins, BSCE ; Lakewood, Ohio ; President's List (2); A ssociation of Civi I Enginee rs.

Thomas C. Scalzo, BSEE, BSEIE; Fort Wayne , In diana; President's Li.st (I); Sigma Ph i Delta, ViceChairman; Varsity Baseball; Intramural Sports.

James M. Scanlon, BSCE; Wh itestone, New York; Presi dent' s List (I); A ssociation of Civil Engineers; Newma n C lu b; Stud ent Coun cil; Phi Kappa Lambda , Pledge Ma ster; Inter-fratern ity C ou nci l; Intramu ral Bowling .

Joseph J. Sena, BSEIE; Long Island , New York; Electronic ~~ii.~~ ~ring Society, Newman Club; lntramural lfc5wl lng :

Douglas B. Sutton, BSEIE, Math Option; New A lban y, Indi ana; President's List (8); Electronic Engineering Society.

Stephen E. Thoma, BSM E; Man sfield, Ohio; President's List (2); Society of Automotive En gineers; N ewman Club, Pu blic Relatio ns Officer.

Gerald K. Thomas, BSEIE, Math Option; Buffa lo, N ew York; President's List (7); H onor Roll (I); Electronic En gineering Soc iety, Publ icity Director; Veterans Club; Library A ssista nt {5); Science Fair and Ca rn iva I Committee.

Ronald V. Trahan, BSChE, Math Option; Southbridge, Ma ssachusetts; President's List (2); Ch emical Eng ineeri ng Society; Student C ouncil; Newman Club, Trea su rer ; Phi Kappa Lambda.

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Henry J. Vimislik, BSEIE , Math Option; Binghamton, New York; Electronic Engineering Society, Vi ce-Chairman , Sports Chairman; Veterans Club; Science Fa ir and Carnival, Activitie s Chairman; Intramural Sports .

Daryl L. White, BEE; Ursa, Illi nois; President's List (I); Nucleus Staff, Feature Editor; Kekionga Amateur Radio Club, Secretary-Treasurer.

David R. Warner, BSEIE; Binghamton, New York; Presid ent' s List {I); Electro nic Engineering Society.

Donald E. West, BSEE; C oun cil Bluffs , Iowa; Veterans Club , President.

Richard P. Pokallus, BSEIE, Math Option; Matawan, New Jersey ; Electronic Engin eeri ng Soc iety.

Baldwin S. Ray, BSEIE, Math Optio n; Maracaibo, Venezuela; Electro nic Engineering Soci ety ; Phi Iota Alpha; Inter-fraternity Council; Intramural Sports.

John H. Toombs, BSEIE, Math Option; Nyssa, Oregon.

Thurman G. Busz, BME; Fort Wayne, Indiana ; Theta Mu Pi.

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Zeddie W. Alexander, Jr., BEE, Math Option : Fort Wayne , Tnd iana; Math C lu b, Presid ent.

Muhammad Ashraf, BSME: Wazirabad, West Pakistan; Iota Tau Kappa: President's List (8): Henry Ca swell A ward; Society of American Military Engineers.

Graydon D. Brewster, BSEIE: Morley, Michigan; Society of American Milita ry Engi neers, Secretary : Flyin g Club, Treasurer, President.

Roberto

Ci 'lt!in ~ ~SE I E : New York, New York;

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David W. Davis, BChE : Clarksbu rg, West Virginia : President's List (4): Chemical Engineering Soci ety, President; American Chemical Soci ety.

David P. DeWoody, BSEIE, Math Opion: Polk, Pe nnsylvania; Ca swell Award ; Electronic Engineering Society, Treasurer; Glee C lu b (I) .

Joseph A. Dorn, BSCE : Buffalo, New York; President's List (2): Math Club, Vice-President; A lpha Omega Tau.

Satyaiit Dutta, BSEIE: Assam , India; President's List (I) : Electronic Engineering Society: India Association; Studen t Christian Fel lowship.

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Peter J. Eandi, BS M E: Springfield, Illinois.

Michael P. Flanigan, BSM E; For+ W ayne, Indiana; President's List (2): Mechanical Engineering Club; Society of Automotive Engineers; Student Council (I); Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Vice-Presi dent, Treasurer, Pledge Ma ster, House Manager.

Frank Germano, BSM E; Brooklyn, New York; President's List (1 }: KEKfONGAN Staff; Alpha

Gamma Upsilon, President , Vice-President.

Bryan Grapentine, BSEL, Math Option; Mani t oba , C anada; Honor Roll (I); Kappa Sigma Phi; Varsity Golf (2).

Joseph Gryglewski; BSCE ; Phillips, Wisconsin; A ssociation of Civil Engineers; Flying Club; Phi Kappa Lambda, Trea su rer, Hou se Manager.

Everett L. Hutsell; BSAe E; Mountain Grove, Missouri; President's List {3 ); Flying Club.

Albert E. M. lwaskow; BSM E: Brooklyn, New York; President's List (6). ,.

Arnold Johnson; BSEL; Ridgeway, Pennsylvania; Honor Roll (2): Electronic Engineering Society ; Kappa Sigma Phi , Vice-President.

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James E. Kennedy, BSME; Buffalo, New York; Mechanical Eng in eering C lu b; Kappa A lpha Psi.

Stanley Knystautas, BSM E; Cleveland, Ohio; Presid ent's List (I); Mechanical Club.

Odes James Kyle, Jr., BSME; Toledo, Ohio; Mechanical C lub; Kappa Alpha Psi; Pledge Dean.

Ralph 0. Lambert, BSEE; Flinflon, Manitoba, Canada; Honor Roll (I ).

Clair J. Limrick, BSEE, Math Option; Gipsy, Penn sylvania; President's List (I ); Electronic Engineering Society; Weight-Lifting Club; Intramural Sports .

Car I S. Mac ioIek; BSM E; BaIt imore, Mary Iand ; President's List {2); Mechanical Club ; Newman C lub, President; Dormitory Governor.

Gerald J. Monti, BSM E; Rochester, New York; Society of Automotive Engineers; Newman Club. President, Vice- President; Phi Kappa Lambda, President; lntramural Sports.

Ronald Kiyoshi Oda, BSCE ; Honolulu , Hawa ii; President's Lis+ (2); A ssociation of Civi l Engineers, Secretary; Hawaiian Club, Corresponding Secretary and Treasu rer ; Intramural Sports.

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Ralph E. Prevette. BSEE; China Grove, North C arolina; ITEA; Flying Club.

Hernan J. Quintero, BSEIE; Maracay, Venezuela.

Rafael E. Robert. BSEL; San Jose, Costa Rica; Preside nt' s List (I I) ; Society of Automotive Eng ineers; Phi Kappa Lambda, Secretary; Tennis Team.

Eugene R. Ricci. BSM E; Keeseville, New York; President' s List (5); Society of Automotive Engineers; Student Council ; KEKIONGAN Editor (3 ); Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Vice-President, Pledg e Ma ster ; Student Instructor Engineering Graphics~ Ba sketball Team Manager (I).

Norbert E. Romie, BSME: Fort Loramie, Ohio; Mechanical Engineering Club ; Letterman's C lub; Varsity Ba seball (2).

Donald Rusciolelli. BSEL; Buffalo, New York.

Gerald S. Scott. BSM E: Fort Wayne, Indiana; Mechanical Club, Treasurer.

Joseph R. Smyiunas. BEIE; Shenandoah, Penn sy lvania; Electronic En gineering Society.

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Peter P. Strucker, BEE; Broo klyn, New York; Student I nst·r uctor Eng i nee r i ng G r a phi cs.

Robert J. Sullivan, BSEL, Math Option ; .. Front Royal, Vi rgi nia; President's List (7}; Electronic Engineering Society , Publicity Director.

William Arntzen Thorsdale, BEE ; Fishkill, New York; Weight-Lifting Club . ... 1¥ pa

Louis L. Treadway, BSCE; London , Kentucky; President's l~~}=fAssociation of Civil Engineers; Kappa Sigma Kappa, President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Pledgemaster.

Howard Vineyard, BS M E: Hudsonville, Michigan; Mechanical Club, Treasurer; Veterans Club.

Dalmer Wagner, BSEE; Fort Wayne, Indian a; Student Christian Fe llowship ; Bowling Team.

Joseph P. Walko, BSAeE; Dubois, Pe nnsylvania; President's List (4); Insti tute of Aerospace Sciences, Treasurer; Newman C lu b.

Mark R. Walsh. BSEL; Fort Wayne , Indiana. •

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Robert A. Wanner, BSM E; Fort Wayne, Indiana; President's List Tea m.

(I); Student Council (I); Bowling

Frank Weber, BSEIE; Rosenberg, Germany.

Leonard Williams,

BSM E; Kingston, Jamaica; Mechanical Club; American Society of Military Engineers; ASM E; Nations Un ited Club.

Peter

J. Zegan,

BS Ph ysics, Math O ption; New York, N ew York; Presid ent's List路 (7); Honor Roll (I); Physics C lu b , President, Vice-President; Technician Staff (I); Theta Mu Pi, President, Secretary, House Manager; Inter- Fraternity Council, President, Secretary ; Physics Lab A ssistant (6); Intramural Sports; Junior Class President.

Sherman Zell, BEIE; Brooklyn, New York; Iota Tau Kappa; President's List (6); H onor Roll (6); Ama t eur Radio Club; Physics Lab Assistan t

(3 .

Delbert DeForest, BSEE ; Laurens, Iowa ; Freshman C lass Secreta ry; Electrical Engineering Society; Intramu ral Sof tball and Foot ball .

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Ibrahim Baltagi, B.SM E; Bei rut, Lebanon; A rab

Student Club; Natio ns United Cl ub .

Lowell D. Bayes, BS EE ; Washington , Ohio; Presi-

dent' s List (I); Flying Club, Flight co-ordinator; EE Bowli ng Team.

Robert J. Bey,

BSAeE; Nekoosa , Wisco nsin; President's List {I); lAS {2); Student Council {2); Kappa Sig ma Kappa, Se.rgeant at Arm.s {2) , Pled ge master, Treasurer, Chaplain , Glee Club; Libra ria n ; Intram ura I Sports.

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James E. Bodette, BSCh E; Wisconsin Rapids,

W isconsi n; -~~ rfirtal Engineering Society; Phi Kappa Lambda; Newman Club, Treasurer (I); Intramural sports.

Jerome R. Bodmer, BSChe m; Appleton, Wiscon-

si n; President's List (I); Kap pa Sigma Phi; American Chemical Society; Lab Ass istant (2).

Robert W. Bonsall, BSCE ; Kirkland Lake , Ontario,

Canada; Association of Civil Engineers; President' s List ( I ).

Angelo A . Boscolo, BSME; West Haverstraw ,

New York; SAME, President Theta Mu Pi; Intramural sports.

I

Vice- Preside nt ;

Harold J. Braun, BSC E; Baltimore, Maryla nd ;

C ivil C lub, Sec retary; Iota Tau Kappa; President's List (5); Dean's List (4); Student Co uncil (2); Caswei.! Drawi ng Award .

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Henry R. Buthmann, BSME ; Hempstead , New York; Mechanical Engineering Club; Society of Automotive Engineers; Student Luthern Association , Vice President.

William J. Buyers, BSM E; Livonia Michigan; President' s List (3); Dean 's List (5); Th eta Mu Pi , VicePresident (2); Society of Automotive Engineers, Treasurer (2); Track team; Intramural sports.

Thomas D. Callahan, BSAeE; Ore land , Pennsylvania; Dea n's List (1); lA S; Sigma Phi Delta; Flying Club , President, Secretary; Weight-Lifting Club; Sky Diving Club.

Rudolph Chung, BSME ; Brooklyn, New York; Dean's List (I); SAE; Student Council; Senior Cla ss President; Theta M u Pi , Pledgema ster, Sergeant at Arm s; Chinese Club, President; Bowling Club, Vice-president; Intramural sports.

Sam Y. Chung; BSEE; Brooklyn, New York; AlEE; Chinese Club, President; Bowling Club, Secretary.

Norman D. Cowder, BSEIE; Clearfield , Pennsylvania; President's List (3); Dean' s Li st (8); Electronic Engin eering Society; Secretary; Student Council, President, Vice President; Sop homore Cla ss Secretary ; Nucleus Reporter ; Science Fa ir and Carniva l Committee Co-Chairman.

Joseph J. Cozzolino, BSME; Belleville, New Jersey; President's List (2); Society of Automotive Engineers; Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Trea su rer, House Manager, Social Chairman; Student Counc il.

Lane M. Cunningham, BEE; Jackson, Missouri ; Intra m ura I sports.

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Franco D'Agostino, BSCE; Caracas Venezuela; President's List (I); Association of Civil Engineers.

Gerald L. Davis, BSM E, Math; Portsmouth , Ohio; President's Li st (3); Dean's Li st (8}; Math Club; M eehan ical Club, Society of Automotive Engineers; lAS.

Charles L. LeMarsh, BSAeE; Da yt on, Ohio; President's List (3}; Flying Club; Nucleus Staff.

Richard 路J. DeRuby, BSEIE; Rome, New York ; President's ~ ( ~~_. AlEE: Newman Club; Va rsity Track, Baseball; Bowling Team; Weight-Lifting Club: Intramural sports.

John A. Dixon, BS Math, BSAeE; lAS ; Flyi ng Club, Secretary; Student Council.

Peter Dombrowski, BSEIE; Chicago, Illinois ; AlEE; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Sergeant at Arms, Scrib9, House Manager.

Robert J. Dykman, BSEIE; Poug hkeepsie, New York; Electronic Engineeri ng Society, Dean 's List (3 }.

Robert C. Elander, BSEIE; Kingsburg, Ca lifornia; De an's List (3); Electronic Eng ineering Society.

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Peter Erdenberger, BS M E; Math Option; Oldenburg, Germany; President's List (I); Mechanical Eng ineering Club, Trea surer; Weight-Lifting C lu b.

Norman Ferguson, BSME; Elmont, New York; Dean 's List (6J.

Kenneth F. Ferrari, BCE; Tovey, Illi nois; Associat ion of Civil Eng ineers; Flying Club, Trea surer ; Intramural sport s.

Charles Fiorenza; BSCE; Association of Civil Engineers; Sigma Ph i Delta, Sports Director; Bowling Club; In tra m u ra I sports.

Robert G. Foggan, BSAeE ; Seneca, Pennsy lvania ; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences; Flying C lub.

Richard W. Gasdorf, BSEE, BSME; Lima , Ohio; President's Li st (2) ; Mechanical Engineering Club, Treasu rer; Student Council (3}; Governor of Maxwell H all (3 ); Tech Manor Club , Board of Governors ; Student Chri sti an Fellowshi p ; Lutheran Student A ssociation, Vice-Pre sident; Gamma Delta A ssoc iation of Lutheran students.

Kevin M. Gaul, BSAeE; In stitute of Aeronauti ca l Sciences , Trea surer (I). Secretary (2); Bowli ng Team; Intramural sports.

Robert 0. Gavitt, BSEIE, Math Option; Electronic Eng i neering Society; Iota Tau Kappa, Vice路-President ; President' s List (9); Student Counc il (3); Nucleus, Editor.

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E. Rick Gesue, BS M E; C ortland , O hio ; Iota Tau Kapp , Pres ident's List (5), Dean's List (2); Dorm Scholastic A wa rd , 60-6 1 and 61 -62 ; Student C ouncil Board of Governors; Dorm Governor; Va ri sty Baseba II; Letterman 's C lub; Int ramural Basketba II .

Honed

Ghogawala,

BCh E; Calcutta . Chemi cal Engineering Society.

Ind ia;

Shawkat A. Ghumrawi, BSME ; Tripoli , Le ba non ; President' s List (I); Mechanical Engineering C lub; Arab Stud ent C lu b, President, Treasurer , Secretary.

Kenneth J. Gricius , BSEE; Chicago, Illinois; Electron ic Eng ineering Society, Secreta ry ; EES Bowl .mg team . ~~~ .. 路 路

Will iam F. Halpen , BS EIE; Brier H ill , New Yo rk; Electronic Eng ineering Society; Student C ouncil; Vice- Presiden+. Junior Class ; Kappa Sigm a Kappa , Vice- Pre sident, House Ma nager, Trea surer ; Intramural sports.

Roy S. Haugen; BS Math; South Portland , Ma ine; Math Club; Electronic Eng ineering Society, Treasurer; Stud ent Council, Secretary .

Paul W. Herrick; BAe E; Math Option ; Parish, New York; Inst itute of Aeronautical Sciences; President's List (3); Dean's List (I); Intramura l f.ootba 11.

William S. Hill , BSEIE; Math O pt ion; Clevela nd , Ohio; Iota Tau Kappa , President (2) ; President's List (I 0); Coolidge A ward in Physics ; Electronic En gineering Society, Chairm an (2); Nucleus St aff ; Chemi stry lab assistan t (I ).

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Willy C. Hou, BSEIE; New York, New York; President's Li st (4}.

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Raymond L. Hudson, BSEIE; Math Option; Pon tiac, Michigan.

Earl H. Hummell, BSEE; AlEE; Student C oun cil.

Walter D. Hunnicutt, BSAEE; Huntington, Indiana.

Jame s P. Hurt Jr., BSC hE; Dean's List ( I ); Am erica n Chem ical Society; Chemical Engineering Society ; Student Co unci I; Wei g hf.- Lifti ng C Iub ; Chemistry Lab assistant (I); Weight-Lifting Instructor (4}.

Mohd Farid Jadoon, BS Math; New Keha l Abbot•

tabad . Pa kistan; Theta Mu Pi; Pa kistan Student A ssociation, President.

Charles N. Johnson, BSCE; Dean 's List (3) ; A ssociation of Civil Engineers.

Sheldon D. Jordan: BS Math , BS Physics; South Fork. Penn sy lvania ; President' s List ( 12) ; Dean 's List (4); Physics Club; Math Club, President, VicePresident; Ph ilosophy 'Club; Weighi-lifting Club; Nucleus Staff.

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Mahendra Kamdar, BSC E; Bombay, India ; President's List (I)~ Associ ation of C ivil Eng ineers.

Edward M . Keener, BSCE ~ Cornwall, Penn.sylvania; President's List ( 2)~ Association of Civil Eng inee rs ~ Kappa Sigma Phi, Trea surer, Pledg e Master ; Freshman and Sophomore Class Preside nt; Intramural Sports.

Lawrence T. Kitsuki, BSEIE; Hilo, Hawaii; Hawaiian C lub.

Ralph L. LaFollette, BSM E; Waba sh, Indiana; President's List (I)~ Dean 's List (I); Mechan ica l E ngine er~ ~l.ub, Ch c.i rm an, Vice-Chairman, Secretary, Executive Committee; Camera Club , Resid ent Counse l or~ Intramural Sports. •

David A. Lambert; BSCE; Fort Wayne, Ind iana; Associ ation of C ivil Engineers.

John LaReddola, BSEIE; Hig hla nd, New York; President' s List (2); Dean's List (7); Intramural Sports.

Joseph Longo, BSEE; Wh itestone , New York; Society of American Military Engineers; Ind iana Tech Electrica l Association; Theta Mu Pi , Secretary; Newman Club ; Glee Club ; Intramura l Sports; IFC Delegate.

Dean S. Loose, BSM E; W illia msburg, Penn sylvania; Kappa Sigma Kappa, House Manager; Intram ura I Sports.

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Don Luke, BSM E; Brooklyn. New York; Mechanical Engin eerin g Club, Secretary; Chinese C lub; Varsity Baseba II (2). ...........

Robert 0. McCarthy, BS Physics, BS Math; Syracu se, New York ; President's List (2); Dean's List (4); Ph ysics Club; Theta Mu Pi; Sergeant at A rms , Historian , Chapla in; Phys ics Lab Ass istant (2 ).

Dennis J. McCook, BSEIE; North Manchester, Indiana; AlEE.

Hugh R. McSweyn, BSEIE; Shelton, Washington; Dean 's List (2); Sigma Ph i De lta , Pledge Master, Historian ; Vice-P resident J unior Cla ss ; Student" Council; Intramural Sports. I

David J. Marshall, BS Physics; Colurr,bus, Indian a ; President's List (2}; Kekionga Radio Club , Vice Presiden t, Treasurer.

Virgil W. Merkel, BSEIE: Birdseye. Ind iana ; Ph i Kappa Lambda, Vice-President, House Manager.

Robert E. Morgan, BSCE ; President's List (5); Association of C ivi I Eng i nee rs ; Int ra mura I Sports.

Richard A. Morrow, BS Math; Fountain City. Indiana; Dean 's List (5).

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Thomas K. Noll, BSEE; Fort W ay ne, India na; Iota Tau Kappa; President's List (9 ) ~ Dean's List (4); India na Tech Electrica l A ssociation, Secreta ry ; Fenci ng Tea m {3 ) ~ Captain {I).

David L. O'Brien, B SC E ~ Ma rietta, Ohio; Association of Civil Engineers; Dean's List (3 ); Int ramural Sports.

Richard H. Oldenbuttel, BSAe E; H empstead, New Yo rk.

Martin J. Petersen, Jr., BSEIE; President's List (6) ; A udio .Engineering Society, Vice- Pres ident ; Kekiong a Ra d io Q .ub. ~~· ~._ -· -

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Jarsel M. Pursell, BSEE; Fort W ayne, In diana; Indiana Tech Electrical Club, Tre asurer {3 ), C ha irman (2); President's List (4); Kappa Sigma Ka ppa, H istorian; Flyi ng Cl ub.

Larry Quigley, BEIE ; Des M oines, Iowa ; Dorm it ory Schol ast ic Award; Dean 's List (5).

John E. Raffoul, BSEIE; Tripoli, Lebano n; Iota Tau Ka ppa ; Pre sident's List (4); Dean 's List (6); Electronic Engineering Society ; Arab St udent Club, Secretary, Vice-President, President; Student C ouncil; Nations Un ited C lub; Phys ics Lab A ssista nt {2 ).

Philip R. Rappleyea, BEIE; M odena , New York; Dea n's List {4); Ka ppa Sigma Kappa , Sergea nt at A rms {I), Secretary {2), Trea surer (2 ), G lee Club (1).

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Richard J. Repka, BSME; Nonora Pennsylvania; Society of Autom otive Engi neers; lTC Bowling team.

S. Gerard Ripple, BSEIE; Queens, New York; Dean' s List (1 ); Stud ent Council (4); Theta Mu Pi; Intramural sport s.

Donald L. Robeson, BSCE; Toled o, Oh io; A ssociation of Civil Engineers; Varsity Club; Weigh tLifting Club; Bowling Club; Ba sketball Team ; Intramural sports.

Ronald R. Rothermel, BSEIE; Reading, Pennsylvania ; Iota Tau Kappa; President's List (9); Dea n's List (9); Coolidge Award f or Physics; C aswell Award f or Drawing ; Outstanding Electronic Engineering Student; TM C Schola stic Award ; Outsta nding Freshman Awa rd ; Electronic En gineering Society; Student Tutor; Student Council.

Warren Rushton, BSME; Churdan, Iowa; President' s List (4) : Mechanical Eng ineering Club; Aud io Engineering Society; Weight-Lifting Club; Vice- Pre sident Sophomore Class; Kappa Sigma Ph i, Preside nt, Chapla in; Intramural sports.

Wendelin Schmidt, BSME; Th ornbury, Ontario, Canada; Iota Tau Kappa, Preside nt's Li st (9); Dean 's Li st (7); Z oltani Memorial Award.

Rodney F. Schrader, BS EIE; Namistee , Mich igan; Dean 's List (I); Student C ou ncil; Sigma Phi Delta, House Manag er, sports d ire cto r; Varsity Soccer; Intra mura I sport s.

George John Schulte, BSCE; O xford , Ind ia na ; A ssociation of C ivil Engineers; President' s List (2 ): Dea n's List {I); Intram ural sports.

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John Semelsberger, BSME; Clearfield , Pe nnsylvania ; Presiden t's List (I ); Varsity Ba seball.

Gerald H. Siebert, BSChE: Celina, O hio; Presid ent' s List (7); Dean 's List {3); Chemical Eng ineerin g Society ; America n Chem ical Society .

Thomas H. Smith, BSCE; Alban y, New York; President' s List (5); Dean 's List {I); A ssociation of Civ il Eng ineers, Presi d ent, Vi ce- Pre sident, Sec ret ary; N ewman C lub; St udent Council ; Bowli ng Club .

Ronald E. Sterba, BSEIE: Tulsa, O klahoma; Phi Kapp a Lafn.~~,.~n ter- Fratern i ty Sports.

Robert T. Tanaka, BSC E; Honolulu , Hawaii ; Presid ent's List (6) ; Dean's List {9); A lpha Gamma U p silo n Schol arship Award ; A ssociation of C ivil Eng i nee rs; Ha waii an C lu b , Presi dent, Athletic Ch airm an ; Intram ura l Spo rts.

William C. Taylor, BSEIE: Ha rr isbu rg , Pennsyl v ania; Phi Kappa La mbda , Sec retary .

Walter F. Wilm, BSEE ; Medford , Long Isla nd , New Yo rk ; Iota Tau Kappa, President; Outstanding Fres hman Award; C aswell Award for Drawing; American In stitu te of Electrica l Eng ineers; EE La b A ss ista nt; Research Project s for Research and Development Laboratory.

Ronald E. Zaucha, BSME: Avilla , Indiana; President's List (I ); Mechan ical Eng i neering Club , Secretary {I ), Treasu rer (I).

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Rafael Robert, BSEIE; San Jose, C osta Rica; Phi Kappa Lambd a, Secretary ; Newman Club.

Paul D. Anger, BSEIE, Math Optio n; Worcester, Ma ssac hu setts; President's List (4); Electrical A ssociation; Amateur Radio Club.

Wallace B. Anthony, BS EIE; Kenmore, New Yo rk; Dean 's List

(1);

AlEE.

Sergio Ayala Gonzalez, BSME ; Cardenas, C uba.

Edward L. J. Barkson, BSChE ; Spring field, Virginia; Chemical Eng ineering Soci ety; Am erican Chemical Society ; Newm an Club ; T ecn M ano r Club.

Hernan Beschiroff, BSME ; Medellin , C olombia, South America ; President' s List ciety of Military Engineers .

(I ); American So-

Dale H. Brown: BSEIE; Monessen, Pe nnsylvania; Electronic Engineering Soci ety.

Jerome J. Brouwer; BS EIE; Fo rt Wayne , Indiana; Dea n's List Club.

(5); President's Li st (I); Amateur Radio

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Thomas A. Bubp, BSChem ; Fort Recovery, Ohio ; President's List (I 0): American Chemica I Societ-y, Secretary-Treasurer.

Thomas C. Callison, BSCE; H untingt on, Indiana; President's List (I); Dean 's Li st (I); Association of Civil Engineers, President .

Bohdan Chaplynsky, BSEIE : Philadelphia , Pennsy lvania; American Institute of Electrica l Engineers: Glee Club.

David Chemelewski, BSEIE, Math Option ; Peru, Illinois; Preside_nfs List (2); Student Coun cil; VicePre sident F~~~ nrah C lass; Sigma Phi Delta, Business Manager; Dormitory Counsellor; I ntramura I Sport s.

Marcelo Cisneros, BCE; Cuenca, Ecuador ; Dean 's List {I).

Allen N. Cooper: BSEIE; Mahanoy City, Pennsylvani a; Electronic Engineeri ng Society.

Lawrence T. Dreiband, BSEE ; Fort Wa y ne, Indi ana; President's List

{I) ; Audio Engineering

Society, President, Treasurer , and Secretary: Kappa Sigma Kappa , Treasurer, H ouse Manager, Cha pia in, Director of Pub lic Rel ations: Intra mural Sport s.

Kenneth H. Dupree, BSEIE ; Ona, Florida ; Bowling Team.

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Stanley Dyer, BSEIE; Grayson, Kentucky; President's List (I); Dean's List (5); Sigma Phi Delta, Chaplain.

Danny B. Falconi, BSEIE; Bradford, Penn sylvan ia; President' s Li st (2); Deans List (4); Electronic Engineering Society; Student C oun cil ; Interco llegiate Commission; Weight-Lifting Club.

William T. Farley, BM E and BCE; Syracuse, New York; Association of Civi l Engineers, Presi dent , Secretary, Treasurer, Sergeant at Arm s; Mechanical Club ; Society of Automotive Engineers; Theta Mu Pi , Vice-President, Secretary and Hou se Manager; Newman Club, President ; Intra mura l Sports.

Sibte M. Farooqu, BSME; Karachi , Pakistan ; Pakistan Student Association, President.

Arthur L. Firtion, BSEE; Ridgefield, New Jersey; President's List (I); American Institute of Electrical Engi neers; Math Club, Preside nt, Vi ce-President, Secretary-Treasurer; AI ph a Omega Ta u, President, Vice- President, Treasurer, Chaplain ; Varsity Tennis (3); Most Valuable Player (2).

Thomas Gardner, BSME; Springfield, President' s List (4); Intra mura l Sports.

Ohio!

Edward J. Graham, BSME ; Oreland, Pennsylvania ; Alpha Omega Tau .

Clifford H. Gustafson, BSEIE; Chicago, Illinois; Dean 's List (3) ; Dorm Scholastic Award; Junior Class Secretary ; Physics Lab Assistant; Intramura I Sports.

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Arnis Hildebrants, BSEIE ; For+ W ayne, lndiana7 Dean' s List (2).

Irvin A. Hoffman, BS Math; Rockford, Illinois; Dean 's List路 (7) .

Robert J. Howard, BCh E: Antwerp, Oh io; President' s List (I}; C hemica I Engineering Society, Trea surer; American Chemi cal Society.

Robert R. Hubbenthal, BSEIE, Math Option; Lucerne, Indiana; President' s List (I}; Dean 's l ist (5}; Electronic

Engineering

Society;

Kappa

Sigma

Kappa, Presfttllnt~ ~Y ice- President, Secretary; Interfraternity C ouncil, Secretary: Varsity Club: Varsity Basketball (3}; Softball (2}: Intramural Sports; Ph ysical Education A ssista nt. '

Manzurul Huq, BEC ; Da cca, Paki stan; Pakistan Student A ssoci ati on, President; I ntram ura I Sports .

M.A. Husain, BSEE and BSEIE; Kara chi, Pakistan; President's List (I); Electronic Engineering Soci ety ; Am eri can Institute of Electrical Engineers; Pa ki stan Student A ssociation.

Horace A. Kerley, BSM E; Taylorsville. North Carolina; Mecha nical Club .

Koondar Lee, BME; Kowloon , H ong Kong , China ; President's List (3); Dean 's List (5); Weight- Lifting C lub , Presiden t ; Ch inese Club, Vi c e-President.

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James C. Krieg, BSEIE; Rochester, New York; Electron ic Engineering Society.

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Donald J. Lepage, BSEIE; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

David F. Lewis, BSME ; Fort Wa yne, Indiana; President' s List (2); Varsity Baseball (4); Varsity C lub.

Ray E. Lowry, BSEE, Math Option; New H olland, Pennsylvania; President' s List (3); Dean 's List (7); Electronic Engineering Society; Veterans Club, President; Engineering Graphics Lab Assistant (2); Varsity Soccer; Intramural Sports.

Stewart A. Macleod, BSEE: Endicott, New York: Electronic En gineering Society; Veterans Club.

Robert G. MsGonegal, BSEE ; Jackson , Michigan; Iota Tau Kappa.

Kirit P. Mehta, BChE; Bombay, India; President's List (1}.

Nick S. Metaxas, BSEIE: Sa lonica, Greece; Presi dent's Li st (2): Dean' s List (5) ; Electronic Engineering Society ; Electrical A ssociai ion, Audio Engineering Society.

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Rafeek Mohammed, BSEIE ; California, Trinidad ; President' s List {I); American Institute of El ectri ca I Engineers; Technician Staff ; Varsity Fen c• 1ng.

Carl W. Morrison, BSPhysics; New York, New York; Physics Club ; Physics Lab Assistant (2); In tram ura I Sports .

John B. Nelson, BSCE ; Ka nkakee, Illinois; Dean 's Li st (2 ); A ssociation of C ivil Engineers; Alpha Gamm a Upsilon, Presid ent, Pledge Ma ster, Sergeant at Arms ; Varsity Cl ub ; Varsity Ba se ball (2). •

Larry T. Oglesby, BSAeE ; Delavan, Illi nois; Dean 's Li st (6); President's List (3); Sigm a Phi Delta; Student Council (6); Flyin g C lu b.

David K. Palmatier, BSME ; Genesee, Pe nnsylva nia; Mechanical Clu b; Society of A utomotive Eng ineers; Intramural Sports.

Jacob Henry Partenheimer, Jr., BSEE ; Marion , In dia na; Electrica I A ssoci ation , Secretary.

D. Pisitkasem, BSME ; Wa shington, D.C.; Society of Automotive Engineers; Thet·a M u Pi.

Erwin I. Pone, BSEIE, Math Option; Minneapolis, Minnesota; President's List (3); Deans List (9).

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James P. Rusnak, BM E; Boone. Iowa ; Presi dent' s List (I); Theta Mu Pi ; Newman Club.

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Jorge Salazar, BSEE : Bog ota. Colombia ; Preside nf s List (2) ; De an路s List (7) ; Varsi+y Soccer.

Joginder S. Sandhu, BCE; Punjab. India; Association of Civil Engineers ; Varsity Tenni s.

John R. Seely, BSChem ; Atlantic City. New Jersey; President's List (2); Dean 's List (I); American Chemical Society. Vice- President; Chemistry Lab Assistant (1).

Fahim Ahmad Shamsi, BEE : Karachi. Pakistan; President's Li st (I ); Electronic Engineering Society. .

John P. Sverha, BSEIE ; Shen andoa h. Pennsylvania; President's List (3) ; Electron ic Engineering Society.

Paul D. Taylor, BSChem ; Ashtabula , Ohio ; Dean 's List (5); American Chemical Society, Presi dent; Kappa Sigma Ph i, President; Chemi stry Lab A ssistant (6).

Merlen Teal, BSEIE; Winner, South Dakota ; Electron ic Engineering Society; Student C ouncil ; Vice President Sophomore Cla ss; Sigma Phi Delta; Intramural Sports.

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Theodore N. Wagner, BSAeE and BS ME; Fo rt Wayne, Indiana.

Cecil Victor Ward, BSEIE; Sugar Grove, North Carolina; Flyi ng Club.

Phillip J. Willcox, BS Math; Fa ll Term; Fo rt Wayne, Indiana; President' s List (9); H ono r Ro ll (3) ; Physics Club , Secr.etary-Trea surer (2); President (4); Physics Lab A ssis tant; Ph ysi cs Instru ct o r (2); Math Instru ctor (2) . ...,;4

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Douglas E. Witherspoon, BE ; Cauthron , Arkansa s.

Edward Woo, BEIE; Brooklyn, New York; President 's Li st (3) ; H onor Roll (I); Electronic Engineering Soci ety; Am erican In stitute of Electri cal Engi · neers; Chinese Club, Secretary.

William L. Woodfill, BSME ; Greensburg , Indiana; President's Li st (4); Mechanica l C lu b ; Intramura l Sports. ·

James R. Ziler, BSAeE ; C umberland, Maryland; President' s List (I ); In stitute of Aeronautica I Sciences; Veterans C lub, Secretary; Ameri can Ro cket Soci ety.

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GRADUATES NOT SHOWN Charles K. Vickers, BSEIE : New Con co rd, Ohio; Electroni c Engineering Society. Paul Warner, BSChE; New York, New York; Chemica l Engineering Society ; Kappa Alpha Psi.

FALL Jack G. Barker, BSM E; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Society of Automotive Engineers: Letterman's Club; Kappa Sigma Kappa, President; Varsity Baseball (3), Captain (I). Batting Trophy (2), All Conference (I): Physical Education A ssistant (I).

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James C. Berg, BSC : Dunkirk, Indiana: A ssociation of Civil Engineers; Vete rans Club.

Richard Brubaker, BSEE : Greenwood , South Carolina; President' s Li st (9).

Gerald H. Chaffee, BS Math; For+ Wayne, Indiana: President's List (7).

Rodolfo Carillo, BChE; Caracas, Venezuela; Society of Chemical Engineers; Ameri ca n Chemica I Soci ety; Phi Iota Alpha; Soccer; Fencing .

Donald E. Cochran, BSC , Math Option; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Iota Tau Kappa ; President's List (8): Theta Mu Pi.

Robert A. Gruesbeck, BSM E: Roanoke, Indiana; Instructor of Engineering M aterials and Processes .

Cecil Donique, BSME; Wau seo n, Ohio; Society of A utomotive Engineers, Treasure r.

L. P. Hartman,Jr., BSME; Utica, New York; Honor Roll (I); Mechanica l Club ; Newman Club, Trea surer; Bowling Club.

Robert C. Gagnon, BSEIE ; Dove r, New Hampshire. Jose A. Herrera, BSCE: Valencia, Venezuela; Intra mural Sports.

Stephen M. Hatch, BSEE ; For+ Wa yne, Indiana; Kappa Sigma Kappa. Secretary, Director of Publi c Relation s; Varsity Ba sketba II, Team Captain : Phy sica l Education A ssistant.

Robert E. Jones, BSEIE: A sheville, North C arolina; President's List (I); Electronic Engineering Society. Wolfgang Kamecke, BSEIE, M ath Opti on; Giessen, Germany: Ameri can A ssociation of Electri cal Engineers.

John B. Moore, BSChE ; New Haven, Chemical Engineering Society.

Michael Katovich, BSEIE: Balt imore, Maryland; President's List (2): Sigma Phi Delta; Intramural Sports.

James J. Moran, BSEIE; Oak Park, Illinois .

James J. Kershaw, BSME : Attl ebo ro, Ma ssachu setts; President's List {2); Mechanical Club; Intramural Sports.

Aubrey D. Newman BSCE: Vesta, Virginia; A ssocia tion of Civil Engineers, President, Secretary. Treasurer ; Intramural Sports.

Donald H. Komito, BSCE ; Fort Wayne , Indiana; President's List {4); Honor Roll (4); A ssociation of Civil Engineers.

Roberto Pumareio, BSCE : Barr anq uilla , Colombia; Presid ent's List (I) : A ssoc iation of Civil Engineers; Phi Iota Alpha, Trea surer, Vice-President, President ; Varsity Socce r.

Anthony J. Kubit, BSEE : Pittsburg, Pennsylvania; Presi dent' s List (7): H onor Roll (I); Caswell Engineering Drawing Award: Veterans Club.

Ind iana;

Frank Rockas, BSEIE: Northampton, Pennsylvania ; Fl ying Club; Alpha Gamma Upsi lon, Vice-President, Hou se Manager, Sergeant at Arm s; Bowling Club, Vice- President; Intramu ral Sports.

Victor Kulmala, BSEIE: Brooklyn. New York; Electronic Engineering Society: Alpha Omega Tau, Secretary, Cha pia in.

William J. Schoene, BSEIE; Cincinnati, Ohio; Elect ronic Engineering Society.

Ralph D. Preble, BSCE : Fort Wayne, Indiana; President's List (4}: Association of Civil Engineers.

Robert M. Silvis, BSEIE ; Youngwood, Penn sylvania; Flying Club.

Om P~ Singla, BSEIE : Fort Wayne, Indiana; President's List (5): Honor Roll (2): Electronic Eng ineering Society; Indian Associat路ion; Fencing.

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William D. Treece, BSME : Lucasville, Ohio: President' s List (3): Society of Automotive Engineers ; Vice-President; Student Council: Senior Class VicePresident.

lshwar Pal Bansal, BSME : Patiala, India: Iota Tau Kappa; President's Li s+ (5); Dean 's Li st (4); Mechanica l Eng ineering Cl ub; Society of Automotive Eng ineers.

Joseph M. Tretter, BSM E: North Tonawanda, New York; President' s List {I); American Society of Military Engineers; Society of Automotive Engineers; Flying Club , Vice-President, Safety Officer, Flig ht Co-Ordinator ; Weight-Lifting Club , Secreta ry; Canterbury C lub.

Eugene Berkey, Jr. BSChE ; Fort Wayne, Indiana ; Chemical Engineering Society. John Blakley, BSAeE: New Ha ven, Indiana; President's List (2); Institute of Aerospace Scie nces; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Trea surer; Fl ying Club. 63


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Bakr Bernawi, BS; Medina, Saudi Arabia: Organization of Arab Students.

William F. Ferguson, BSEIE; Electronic Eng ineering Society; Bowling Club. Treasurer; Phi Kappa Lambda. Preside nt ; Bowling Team, Sportsmanship Award; Intramural Sports.

Lawrence E. Berringer, BSCE; Strongstown , Pennsylvania; President's List {3); Association of Civii Engineers; Kappa Sigma Kappa; Pledge Master, Sergeant at Arms , House Manager, Vice-President: Intramural Sports.

Kenneth W. Holsaple, BSME; New Haven , Indiana; American Society of M ilitary Engineers; Kappa Sigma Kappa .

Neil L. Brown, BME; Rock Falls, Illinois; Student Council, Secretary.

M. Terrance Hughes, BSAeE; Feura Bu sh. New York; Pre sident's List (3); In stitute of A erospace Sciences; Newman Club; Phi Kappa Lambda , Presi dent; Glee Club; Dorm Governor; Student Counci l; Cheerleader (3); Intramura l sports .

Remi L. Daigneault, BSCE; Quebec, Canada; Theta Mu Pi. V. N. Damle, BChE; Bomba y, India; Chemical Engineering Society.

Henry M . Kostin, BSME; Wayne , Michigan; Veteran s C lub, President, Treasurer; Varsity Golf (2) ; lntramura I Sport.s.

Harry H. Honeycutt: BSEE. Math Option; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Dean 's List (3); Electrical Association; Intramural Sports.

John W. Kurtz, BSChE ; Fort Wayne , lnd·iana; Chemical Eng ineeri ng Society; C o-o p Program.

John L. lwaskiw, ~ BSEIE , Math Option; Elmhurst, New York; Electrical Association; Ukrainian Student • Club; Chess Club.

A bd uI Satta r Maw Iawi, BSEE; Trip oIi. Lebanon ; N a+ions United Club; Arab Club.

Roger J. McGee, BSEIE, Math Option; Oakfield, New York; Dean,s List (7).

Stephen A. Nemeth Jr., BS Math; Raleigh. North Carolina ; Physics Club; Weight-Lift-ing C lu b, Treasurer, President ; Instructor Weight- Lifting.

Jim MacPherson, BSChE ; Kensington, Connecticut; Chemical Engineering Society; American Institute of Chemical Engineering; Alpha Gamma Upsilon; Social Chairman, Athlet-ic Chairman; Intramural Sports.

Gerald S. Powell, BSME; Clarendon, Jamaica; Mechan ical Eng ineering Club; Soc iety of Automotive Engineers; N ations United Club; India~ Students A ssociati on.

John C. O'Donnell, BSEE, Math Option; Hewlett, New York; Iota Tau Kappa; President's List {9).

Toby D. Richards, BME; Mari on, Indiana; President' s List (I); Varsity Golf {2).

Byron V. Parshall, BSEE; South Bend , Indiana.

Richard D. Schinella, BSEIE, Math Option; Bronx. New York; Th eta Mu Pi.

Thomas C. Schauer, BSM E; Janesville, Wi.sconsin; Mechanical Club; Student Council; Sophomore Cla ss Treasurer; Sigma Phi Delta , President, Pledge Master, Secretary; Flying Club; Intramural Sports.

Robert L. Sterling, BS Math; Deshler, Oh io; Dean 's List (2); Student C ouncil; Secretary Sophomore Cla ss ; Glee Club; Kappa Sigma Phi, Secretary.

L. M. Shan, BM E; Calcutta, India.

Michael T. Sutton, BSME; Fort Wayne, Indiana; President's List (I).

John B. Theders, BSEE. Math Option; Connersville, Ind iana; Dean 's List (3).

Chester E. Topp, BSME; Fort Wayne , Indiana; Mechanical Eng inee ring C lub, Se cretary; Veterans Club; Va rsity Golf; Intramural Sports.

John Tymoczko, Jr., BSEE; Herkimer, New York; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Electrical A ssociation , Vice-Chairman. Membership Chairman ; Intramural Sports.

Joseph D. Van Sickle, BSCE; Carson City. Michigan; Dean 's List (9 ); A ssoci at ion of Civi l Engineers; Kappa Sigma Phi.

Dalmer Wagner, BEE; Benton Harbor, Michigan; H onor Roll (3); Christian Fellowship.

Richard A. Weymouth, BSME; Fort Wayne, Indiana; President's List (I); Society of Automotive Eng ineers; Glee C lub ; Weight-Lifting Club.

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Roger H. Allen, BSCE; Morri sville, Vermont; Association of Civil Eng ineers, Vice-President, Sergeant at Arm s; Intramural Sports.

Glen E. Wilson, BSEIE ; Buffalo, New York; Caswell Eng ineering Drawing Award; Dean's List (1). 64


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Don Temple, President of the Alumni Association, conferring Honorary Membership on Dr. Marshall M. Porter, Justice of Appeal , Supreme Court of ¡Alberta, Canada, after he received Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree at the Fall Commencement at which he gave the Commencement Address.

Doctor Albert W. Hawkes, former United States Senator from New Jersey, delivered the main address at the Spring Commencement.

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B.S.CH. Fort Recovery, Ohio

B.S.A.E. Oreland , Pennsylvania

Sci ence Department Award C hemistry

Aero na utica I Eng ineering Schola st ic Award Outstand ing Student Award fo r year

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Arthur L. Firtion

B.S. C. E. Virginia , Min nesota

B.S. E. E. Ridgefield, New Jersey

C ivil Eng ineer in g Asso ciat io n of C ivil Engineer's C lu b

Athletics Most Va lu ab le Player Award , Tenn is

E. Rick Gesue B.S.M.E. Cortland , Ohio

Robert 0. Gavitt B.S.EI. (Option Math) Fort Wa yne , Ind ia na Ed ito r of The N uc Ie us

IOTA TAU KAPPA Scholast ic Aw ard Athl et ics Hya sh i Awa rd A ll -Co nference Baseball Tearn

Paul W. Herrick B.S.A.E. ( 0 ption Math) Parish , New York Ae ro na utica I Eng inee ring lAS Award Schol a st ic Award

Emery S. Horvath B.S.C.E. Easton, Pennsylvania IOTA TAU KA'PPA Sc hol a stic Award


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Eugene R. Ricci

Ronald Rothermel

Wendelin Schmidt

B.S.M.E.

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B.S.M .E.

Newport News , Virginia

Keeseville, New York Ed ito r of Keki o nga n (9 term s)

Reading, Pennsylvania

Thornbury, Ontario, Canada

Electrical En gineering Outstan d ing Student in EIE

M echanical Engi neering C harles L. Zol ta n i M emor ial Awa rd

l OrA TAU KAPPA Sch olast ic Award

Thomas A. Smith

Gerald H. Siebert

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B.S.Ch.E.

Albany, New York

Celina, Ohio

C ivil Engineering A ssociation of C iv il Eng i neer's C lu b

Chem ica l Eng ineeri ng Ma harajh Awa rd

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Patiala , India

Honolulu, Hawaii IOTA TAU KAPPA Scholastic Award C ivi I Eng i nee ring Mah araj h A wa rd

Walter F. Wilm

IOTA TAU KAP PA Sc hoi astic Award

B.S.E.E. Medford , L.l., New York

Aubrey D. Newman

Electr ical Eng i neer ing Outstan d i ng Stud ent i n EE

B.S.C.E. Vesta , Virginia C ivil Eng ineering A ssociation of C iv il En gi neer's Club

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The Student Counci l is an organization composed of elected students of each cla,ss. It serves as a lia ison orga nizatio n between the administration, the student body, and other colleges in matters relating to student activities .

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The Inter-Fraternity Council is the judicial body which governs the standardization of th e pledging program , and promotes cooperation among t he fraternities in both scholastic and social affa irs . It is composed of representatives of each fraternity o n cam pus.

First Row : M cSweyn, H ., Sigm a Ph i De lta ; Tomko , A ., Phi Kappa Lambda; Zegan , P., The ta M u Pi; Henderson , D., Adv iso r ; Longo, J. , Theta M u Pi ; H artman , H ., Kap pa Sigma Phi. Second Row : Bust illos, F. , Ph i Iota A l pha ; Ne lson, J .,

A lpha Gamma Upsi lon: Sa ll es , H. , A lpha Gamma U psilo n; W i lli am s, F., Kappa A lpha Psi ; H u b enth al, R., Kappa Sig ma Kappa : W hite , G., Sig ma Ph i De lt a.

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First Row: Fatoora chi, B., Fatoorachi, Y. , Tod jarieh , T. Second Row: Shahverd ian , A., Aynessazi a n, B., Naghd i, J.

The Iran ia n Student Club is an organization of students from Iran now studying at Indiana Technica l College. Its purpose is to promote better understa nd ing between themselves and the American people, and to assist the students in coming in -

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Th e As.sociation of C ivil Engineers of Indiana Technica l College is an organ izatio n of stud e nts and faculty in the civi l engineering department. The purpose of this organizat ion is to attempt to communicate to the stu dent some of the diffic ulties he will e xperience in his c hosen field. This is accompl ished by inviting as guest spea kers men from different branches of the civi 1-eng i neeri ng field.

First Row: Saut ins , J ., Komito, Sm ith, T., Solomon D. , St ephan , K., Todjari路eh, T. Second Row: A cheson, J ., A ll en, R., Farley,

D., St. Den is, H ., Od a, R., H ., Tam hid i, R., Yod ushoc k, Tan aka, R., Stillwag on, W ., W ., Litz , S., A t kin son, G.,

Braun, H. , C assidy, T., Fiorenza, C ., Ca stro, F. Third Row: Shahverd ian , A ., H orva t h, E., C allison, T., Pre ble, R., H ayes, F., Robeso n, D., Ferra r i , K. , M o rg a n, R., M acham e r, F. , Newman , A ., Diaz, 5., Scanlon, J ., Hamm , G ., Kizer, R.

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First Row: H o ffma n, J ., W el t y , N., J o ne s, M. Second Row: Perry , C ., H o pe , D., H ope , R., W o lfe, L.

The purpose of lTC Inter-Varsity is to provide

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The Chemical Engineering Society is open to any student in Chemical Engineering. Its purpose is to he Ip develop th e student in his profe.ss ion by disseminating knowledge relating to the practice and theory of chemical engineering f or him.

First Row: King , D., Ma cp herson, J . Second Row: Cran m er, J., M oderato r; Gh oga wala , H., A lbrigh t , R., H oward, R., Davis, D., Ham ilt o n, J., Siebert, G., Wright, C., D ixo n, Dr. T., Depart-

ment Chairman. Third Row: Damle, V. , M ehta, K., Wa g le , A ., Berkey , E. , Goul d , A., C o nsul tant En ginee r; Barkson, E., Hurt, J., Bod ette , J ., Kurtz, J ., Trahan, R.

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Partenheimer , J ., Ge c ks , D. , Ste bb ins, Lo ng o , J., Prevette , R. , Mohammed , R.

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The Indiana Technical College Electrical Association is an association devoted to promoting profe ssional growth in students in the field of Electrical and Electronic Eng ineering. It prepares the student for his profession by field trips into indus try and guest speakers from industry in these fields. The association is an affiliate of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers , and membership is open to any student enrolled in the electrical or electronic departments.

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The purpose of the Electronic Engineering Society is to bring t ogeth er all of the electronic engineering st udents in order to promote interest in e lectronic engineering and t o advance it and its

a II ied field s. Th is society provides members with the opportun it ies to hear q ua lified spea kers from this field of industry and to tour plants which desig n and produce electronic equipment.

D., Doyle , C., H ill, W ., Surp rise , J., W oo, E., Eng, W ., Bal lentine , J. Fourth Row: C hewey, G. , Lowry, R., H ub ent hal, R., Ba i ley, H., Dykm an, R., Sutton , D., Bloo m, M ., Gavitt, R., Sen a, J .

First Row: H uge, A ., Di lwo rth, L., Sea g ra ves, D. , A llen, G ., Gates, D., Bennett, M . Second Row: Sulliva n, R., Lewis, H., So ren so n, Prof. P. F., Fac ult y Ad visor ; C orkery, D., DeW oody, D. , C owde r, N. , Bentzen , 5. , V im isli k, H. Third Row: Defo re st ,

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First Row: Robert Fogg an , Ken Stro ng , Facu lty Ad visor; Mike W arren , J ose ph Wa lko. Second Row: James McCra c ken, Kent O lso n, Andrew To mko, Kevin G a ul, R. Ash by. Third

The Institute of Aeronautical Sciences is the representative soc iety for engineers, designers, and techn ica l specialists in all of the sciences related to the desi gn and development of airborne craft. Student membership prov ides the student engineer or scientist with broad opportunities to en gage in activities associated with his future career in avia tion .

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The Me c ha ni c a I Eng in e e ring C Iub is a n a ffi Iiate of the Fort Wayne section of the American Society of Mechan ical Eng ineers. Membership is available to st udents enrol led in the Mechan ical Engineering department. The purpose of t his organ ization is to ad vance, promote , and teach new phases of mechanica l en gineering. This is accomplished by speeches by experien ced eng ineers and field trips to area industry.

First Row: C artwright, R, Zau cha , R., Kennedy , J., Sheffer , R., Ga sd o rf , R., M acio lek , C ., Rus hton, W . Second Row:

Pa tri c k, J. , Kelchn er , J. , W illi ams , L., M oy, S., Po we ll, G . Fourth Row: To pp , C ., La Follette, R., Kyle, 0. , W oodfie l, W ., End en berge r, P., Scott, G ., H artm an , L., A l banese , N ., Fa rley, W ., J o nes, V.

Ferg uso n, N ., Ku yst anta s, 5. , H ite , S. , Bec k, G ., Q uin n, C . J., Facult y Ad viso r; Buthma n n, H ., Pa Ima t ier, D., Flani g an , M. Third Row: Busti Ilos , F., C ook, H ., Kershaw, J ., Ghum rawi, S., •

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First Row: Peck, W ., M ac kli n, H ., Fac ulty Moderator; Res , B., Buyers, W ., Farle y, W ., Leo nard , A . Second Row: Tho ma, S., H i ll, R., W ebst er, J., Bi se , T., Dom i nique , C.

Th e Soci ety of A utomotive Engineers at Indiana Technica I C o llege is a st udent b ranch, affil iated with t he natio nal society . It is spon so red路 by th e M echanical En gineering Departm ent and is open to all engi neering stude nt s who are interested in the adva ncement of the automotive industry .

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The Society of American Milita ry Engineers ha s made membership in its organization avai lable to any full -time student. It is a national organization whose purpose is to advance the knowledge and understanding of the science of military engineering in connection with its service to the United States of America.

First Row: Scott , G ., C ra nmer, J . W ., Mod e ra tor ; Boscolo, A., Brewster, G. Second Row : Lo ngo, J ., Ha rsh, G ., Jo nes, V., Bailey, H ., Ripple, J. •

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The Kekionga Amateur Radio Club 's objectives are to promote amateur radio activities among interested students and to bring together students who have an interest in the practical application of com munications. To qualify for membership. a student or faculty member must have a Federal Communications Commiss ion License rang in g from novice to advanced. Instruction for these licenses is provided by

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Th e Indiana Techn ical College Fl ying Club was formed to give members an op portunity to fly , to obtain their licenses and to learn to fly at minimum cost. Day and night, local and cross-cou ntry fl ights are made at slight expense of the member.s. The org anization ha s two planes: a Cessn a 140, and a Cessna 120, both of which are hangared at Smith Field . Membership is open to al l students and faculty of Ind iana Technical College.

First Row: Lonq , J. , Dixon , J ., Fogg an , R., Brewster, G., Ferrari, K. , Bayes, L., Dow , B. , Facul ty M o derato r . Second Row:

W a rd , C ., Ca llahan , T., Prevette, R., J one s, V ., M ic hae lli s, W ., A c heso n, J ., Tepper, J ., Ol so n, J .

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M o ri ngiello , D. , Th o rsdal e, W., Deer, 0., Brewster, L., Braye r, R., Van Ert , J .

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The goal of the Physics C lub is the advancement and diffusio n of knowledg e pertaini ng to the science of ph ysics and its application t o human welfare. The organization has acquired a labo ratory fo r expe rimental projects. Bes ides these projects, the organization's goal is reached by trips in to indu stry and noted lectu re rs in the field of physics.

First Row: M iyakawa , K., Facul t y Advisor: Peters, J., Zegan , P., W illcox, P., Kobiske , R. Second Row: M or rison, C., J o hn st o n, R. , Crowe, K., Marsha ll, D.

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The objectives of the Arab Student Club are: the promotion of better understanding with the American people, the dissemination of true and adequate information about Arab people, the extension of help and guidance to Arab students at Indiana Technica l College, and the securing of scholarships for the benefit of Arab students. Membership in this organization is available to any Arab students and any students interested in the Arab world.

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The primary purpose of the Hawaiian C lub is to be of helpful assistance to the members in t he ir undergradu ate studies at Indiana Technical C ollege. The state of Hawaii is the only state represented by a student organization at Tech . Mem be rship is open to any student in good standing.

First Row: Oda , R., Hagihara , C ., Kitsuki , L., Nazaki, E. Second Row: Tanaka, R., Kawabe, K., Moon Hi , J., Morimoto, R.

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To pro mote mutual understand ing and social and cultura l relations among the Indian students at Indiana Technical C oll ege and t he non- Ind ians. and to assist the Indian stude nts in coming in closer conta ct with one another are th e funct ions of the India A ssocia t ion. Membership is available to any Indian st udent and his or her spouse. and any non-Indian upon acceptance by th e executive comm ittee .

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The purpose of lTC Vetera ns Club is t o promote educatio nal and social activities and to relay current information pertain ing to vetera ns of the armed services attending school here.

First Row: Ma ch amer, F. , Kost in, H., Marshall, Prof. R. , Faculty Moderato r; West , D., Kubit, A. Second Row: Vim isli k, H., Vineyard , H., Bo rnmann , L. , Zile r, J. , Topp, C. , Thomas , G.

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The purpose of the Pa kista r. Student Association is to interpret the culture, pro blems and aspirations of the Pa kistanis to the campuses and communities of America. Any student or trainee who is a citizen of Pakistan and who is enrolled in any Fort Wa yne institute of higher learning or attached to any organized training group is eligible for membership.


The Student Christian Fellowship is a non -denominational religiou s progra m designed to promote religiou s growth and to enhance the spi ritual lif e of the student . Membershi p is o pen to all stu d ents .

Ga sd o rf, R., Laszlo, P., Reve ren d Advi sor; ldgunji, N. Second Row: Bentzen , S., Wagner, D., Ca se , L., Hamoui. F.

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Th e purpose of the Tech Manor Club is to promote the self-government of dormitory students. to represent dormitory students to the C ollege administrati on. to promote scholastic attainment. and to promote the social development and general welfare of the stude nts. Membership co nsists of all male stud e nts living in th e do rmito ries at Indiana Techn ical C ollege.

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The Newman Club is an organization for Catholic students designed to help th e student in his religious, social, and cultural life. The club is guided by a chaplain appointed by the Bishop of the Diocese. The in spiration of Cardina l Newman is the guiding light of the clubs which now exist at more than 300 colleges and universities in the Un ited States.

First Row: Scheeren s, J ., Lyn, D. , Iacovelli, J. Second Row: Spear, E. , Griffin, R., Famulare, J., Ma ciole k, C., De nau lt , R., Bertrand, J ., Ceru o, S. Third Row : Lehman , C., Twenter, J., Prezioso, R., Y od ushock, K., Finneg an, E. , Erb , P., Madigan,

T., Fo rbes , D. Fourth Row : Fin nig an , J., C arey, E., Essenma cher, G ., Staley, R., Wetze l, E., Ley, E., H ogan, D., Wa lko, J.

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First Row: C hung , R., Ch ung, S. Second Row: Sun O n Ma y, Lum, J. , Kuo, S., Eny, W. , Lee, D. Third Row: W oo, E., Lee, K., Ch iang , K., Sum Ya u, C., Luke , D. , Ma , E.

To be a member of the Ch inese C lub, one must be of Ch inese origin. The primary purpose of th !s organization is to prom ote cultural and social relationships for members. This is accompli shed by participation in intra mural sports, study of both western and oriental cultu res, and instill ment of a worthy philosophy of life.

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The purpose of the Mathematics Club -is to promote among the students of Indiana Technical College an active, enthusiastic interest in Mathematics and its applications in science and engineering. Regular membership shall be open to any student or faculty member of Indiana Technical College wht> i.s interested in mathematics. Honorary membership

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First Row: Alexander, Z., Firtio n, A .. Dorn, J. Second Row: Sarber, Prof. R., Hi ppensteele, S. . Pollet, J ., Cohan , L.

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The year 196 1-62 has drawn to a close leaving us with the memories of what will co me to be known as those " happy carefree days in college." As the wee ks and months grow into years, we the staff of the 1962 KEKIONGAN hope that this book will help you to relive some of the moments spent in the intellectua l growing pains at Indiana Tech. We have attempted through word s and photos to present a n att ractive record of some of the important highlights of the year wh ich made these pains more pleasurable.

Fra nk German, Writer ; Howard Salles, Photographer; Eugene Ricci, Winter Terms.

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of the college. Wheneve r c rit icisms are leveled, we

good job of representing the Tech student. Our

intend them to be constructive , and in keeping with

primary purpose is to promote student inte rests, and

a policy of responsib le re porting. Regard ing issues of importance outside the lTC

to present news and information of importan ce to all at Indiana Tech.

campus, ou r theme is one of loyalty to the princip les

We believe in In diana Tech and its principles, a nd

of Dem ocra cy and a free society, a nd of unfl ag gi ng

we consistently .s upport all organizations a nd pro-

o pposition to any ideas or actions which tend to

grams which contribute to the welfare and prog ress

undermine the Am e rican wa y of life.

First Row: Wa lter Langem an , photo ed it or ; Howard Lewis, bu si ne ss man ager; Theod o re Carroll ; R. 0. Gavitt , ed it or; D. J. Corkery , associate ed it or ; W. S. H ill, ed itorial a ss istant; Ken Sexto n, sports e d itor. Second Row: E. Spear, Dan Finch,

Rich a rd Morris, Rob ert Kruege r, Wa yne Shoemaker, Edwin Ley, Daryl W aite, H enry Cook, Robert Birman, circulation mana ger; Rich ard Kizer.

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First Row : E. Loescher, K. Gau l, J. Vesey, R. Kru eger, B. Strou pe , C. Sawe ikis, S. Barasch , B. Ferguson, T. Jones. Second Row : R. Bracht , J . G ry g Iewski, Y. U r dent a, J . H err era, F. Bus t illos, R. Zava la , R. Repka, R. Chung, J. Ripple. Third

DIVISION II First Row : G. Lee , J. Ch ing, S. M oy, T. Smith , T. Scha uer, C. Fio ren za, J. Kruse , H. Fanning, L. Green, J . Curtiss, R. Ta nka. Second Row: R. W anner, S. C hung , H . H art man, S. W ilso n, N. Brewer , L. Bayes, D. Cheme lewski , T. Scalzo, D. Sarber, R. Swindell, D. M. Case, T. Dixon, R. Marshall , H. ~

Nitta. Third Row: D. Loose, R. Bey, G . G andolfo, L. Treadwa y, W . Rei ll y, B. W illiamson, J. H offman, A. W ilder, A . Starr, R. Deruby, K. Ferrari, D. Robeson , R. Preble, W. Farley, H. M eye r. Fourth Row: F. Rockas, H. Beck, J . Steele, J. Dohner, S. Nemeth, V. Pratka .

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First Row: Mrs. Lepley, Mrs. Jerome Sp ie l, Mrs. Raym ond Lowry, Mrs. J oseph Boehrer, Mrs. Lloyd Gree n, Mrs . J e rry Feinmel , Mrs. John Updegraff, Mrs. Arth ur Firtion, Mrs. Wa lter Sueve r, Mrs. Jam es Acheso n. Second Row: Mrs . James Storck, Mrs. W il bur Bryant , ' Mrs. J ohn Sand e rs, Mrs. llko Kowa len ko, Mrs. Daniel Finch, Mrs. Robe rt Krueger, Mrs.

The od o re Ca rroll, Mrs. Charles Boo ker , Mrs. Robert McG irr. Third Row: Mrs. Steven Zakrzewsk i, Mrs. Ern est Vyrostek, Mrs . Arth ur Szabo, Mrs . Ronald Hoffman, Mrs. David Durand, Mrs. W ilfred Ma illet , Mrs. Ma rcus Wh itman, Mrs . Michael Gige r, Mrs. A ubrey Ne wm an, Mrs. Har ley Ba iley.

First Row: Za hi Pursell, Charlotte Ela nd er, Marilyn Gre en, Rosann Lowry, Pat Firti o n.

The main objective of this organization is to further social activities, acquaintances, and good fel lowship among t-he wives of the studen ts of In diana Technica l C ol lege. We al so spon so r programs on to pics of interest for the benefit of the members of thi s organization . . The highlight of the yea r was a hobby auction and fa shion show. The wives created the articles th at were auctioned and entertained their guest·s by modeling the fa shions which were provided by McCall's. A ban quet was held honoring the wives whose husband s were graduating. Th e officers included: President , Marilyn Green; Vice-President, J oan Boehrer; Secretary, Roseanne Lowry: Treasu rer, Shirley Fei nmel. I'

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members; to develop character; to uphold the idea ls of the College, and to toster the highest ideals of ethica l conduct ond good citizenship." •

First Row: Dr. Ivan Planck , Jam es Kennedy , Frank Roc kas , Fra nk German o, J ohn N elson, Sid ney Baras ch , Russel l Bo ger, Jame s Vesey, Jack Q ui nn. Second Ro w: Ro bert Krueger, J o seph Cozzo li no, Charles Sawe i kis, Thom as Wong , Ed Ondak ,

Eugene Ri cc i . Third Row : James Gadley, H owa rd Sa ll es, M ichael Flan ig an , Kent Ke lly, M arion Gr iffi n, Arthur Headla ugh, Ro ger Schmidt.

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Kappa Sigma Phi is a social fraternity of college men dedicated to the promotion of Fellowship, Scholarship, and Sportsmanship. The purpose of this fraternity is to bring together, in close bonds, the brothers of this frat¡ern ity; to assist one another while in school as well as in the business world. Kappa Sigma Phi fraternity ha s a standing membership of approximately forty active members each term. As the turnover in membership is usually large because of the number of members graduating each term, several pledges are accepted for initiation into the fraternity each _term.

First Row: Frank Buzzan ca , J o hn Sc hre ibe r, J a mes Rood , Ken Coo n. Second Row: Ro be rt Marsha ll, W esley A rfo rd, Paul Taylo r, A nato le Szulg a, Bill Falbe, De nn is Kidd , C o nny C o pelan d, J ose p h D' lta li a , J o hn Kruse . Third Row: John Foster, Harry Hartm an, Edw~rd Wetz, Nicholas Brewer, Lynn Sterl-

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ing Bryan Gra pen t ine , Warren Rushto n, Joseph Von Si ckle. Fourth Row: Do nald Ca t hcart , Wi lli am Porter , Mi c hael So na co, Do n McGa rvey, Sm okey Wi lso n, Me lvin Mixner, Arnol d J oh nson, J a mes Hurt.

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Originally organized at Indiana Technical College in January , 1957, Theta Mu Pi Fraternity places special importance on three items: EQUALITY, UNDERSTANDING. and UNITY. A constructive pledge program with no hazing or degradation of any sort, as well as special stress being placed on high scholar•

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First Row: J erry Ripp le , Br ian Boe hmer, Abel Shahverd ian , Wa lter Langema n, Dan iel Finc h, Rudy C hu ng , James Rusnak, J ose ph Ia covelli. Second Row: Kenneth Sexton, Richard LeG ra nd, G alen H o rsch, A ngelo Boscolo, Lee Bernhardt, Peter

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Phi Kappa Lambda offers a brotherhood fraternity for the Catholic students at Indiana Tech. Phi Kappa was the name selected by the membership to serve as the outward sign of an organization that endeavors to promote conduct consis+ent with good moral s, and an active Catholic faith, creating an atmosphere which will stimulate substantial intellectual progress and scholastic achievement; and also to promote principles of fraternal loyalty +hrough ~

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First Row: Kevin Gaul, Ralph Robert, A. C. Steinba ch, Wil liam Ro bb , Andrew To mko, Virgil Me rkel , William Ferguso n. Second Row: Do nald Ru sciol elli, Ro na ld Trahan, Jose ph Zales ki, Edward Loescher, Thomas Gardner, William Tayl or,

McTerrance Dughe s, Gerald Monti. Third Row: Joseph Gr.yq lewski , Eugene Pitstic k, Jame s Bodette, James Scanlon, Rona ld Sterba, Th omas Smolarek, Harold Rebert, Mike Shirey.

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The purpose of Sigma Phi Delta is to promote advancement of the engineering professio n; to foster the advancement of e ngin eeri ng ed ucatio n; to instill a greater spirit of cooperation among engi neering students and organizations; to inculcate in its members the highest ideals of good citizenship, C hristian manhood, obedience to law and to brotherhood; and to encourage exce llence in scho la rship. The fraternity was founded at +he University of Southern Ca lifornia in April , 1924. The membershi p totals nearly 4,000 engineers and e ngin eering stu dents. · •

First Row : Floyd Fo ust, Bruno Wa lle nburg, John Hogan , Ed Smi~h . Secon d Row: Charles Kern ic k, Ro bert Ba ill argeo n, Charles Fiorenza , Arthur Nichol son, Larry Oglesby, Till man Moss, Haro ld C li ne, Th omas Ca ssid y, Michae l Katovich. Third Row : Merlen Teal. Gera ld White, Thomas Schaue r, Steven

Breiner, Th oma s Ca ll ahan , H ug h McSweyn, H. William Eng le, Th oma s Sca lzo , Stan ley Dyer. Fourth Row: Joe Jereb , Rodney Schrader, Pa ul C olombo , David Bowser , David Chemelewski , Herman Meye r, Billy Yo ung , La rry Che rry, C. Wi lliam Wright.

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Phi Iota Alpha is a national fra ternity representing Latin American students in the United States. It strives for a better union of all Latin American countries and for closer relations with the United States. In Indiana Technical College it is an important source of help for the Latin American students in learning the customs of¡ the people of North America . •

mare jo, Gu ill ermo O'Byrne, B. S. Ray, J . A. Salazar, Manuel Pe nso , J. A. Herrera , F. D' Agostino.

First Row: Freddy Bustill os , J o ly Urd a neta, Rafael Zavala, Mario n De lVa ll e , He cto r Tuesca. Second Row: Roberto Pu -

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The purpose of Kappa Sigma Kappa is to develop and enhance the personality of its members, +o encourage schola stic ach ievement and good cond uct, broaden outsid e interests, promote mutual unde rstandi ng and increase loyalty on the part of the fraternity brothers to Ind iana Tech. Membership in Alpha Chapter is open to all male students of In diana Tech.

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Row : Dennis Bleser, Je rry Pursell, Reny Ca ron. Second Larry Berringe r, Lawre nce Dre iband , Phi li p Rappleyea, Trea dway, Don Sherwood , Larry Case , W illi am Shrade r. Row: Dean Roose, George Gando lfo, W il son Reilly,

Dave Ki ng , W illiam Halpen , Th omas Jones, W illiam Gregg. Fourth Row: Bo b Kos iarek, Dic k J osli n, N orbert Jakuszeski, Denn is Ge iger, Robe rt H ubentha I, Ken neth Halsapl e, Kent Rohlof.

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Kappa Alpha Psi, a co llege fratern ity now comprised of more than 200 undergraduate and alumni chapters on major campuses and in cities throughout the country, boasts a membership of over 20,000. It was founded in the school year of 1910-1911 on the campus of Indiana University at Bloomington, Indiana. Its constitution is the law of an organization predicated upon, and dedicated to, the principles of achievement through a democratic fraternity. Preparation of the coat of arms was completed

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College. In order to become a member of Iota

ternity whose name symbolizes Ind ustry (Iota), Thrift

Tau Kappa, an engineering student must have a

(Tau), and Knowledge (Kappa). The chief objective

grade-point av erage of 3.5 or more for four terms,

of this organ ization is to promote and to inculcate

not necessarily consecutive terms. At least sixt¡e en

high ideals and attitudes of scholars hip among the

college credit hours shall comprise each of these fou r

membe rs of the student body of Ind iana Technica l

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First Row: Rudy Schalow, Rona ld Kobiske, Wa lter W ilm, Haro ld Brau n, Steen Bentzen . Second Row : John Raffoul,

Wende lin Schm idt, Stanley Payn e, W illiam Hi ll, Sherman Zell, Rona ld Rothermel.

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Browand, Charles Booke r, David M cCull oug h, La wrence Dilworth , W alter Suever, Robert M cGi rr, M. Lane Fishe r, Joh n De Fel ice , Kenneth Pretto.

The Alpha Omega Ta u social fraternity beca me a part of Indiana Technica l College in January , 1957. The purpose of this fraternity is to promote fellowship , social , scholastic, and recreational activities for i+s members.

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a n unsur pa ssa ble unio n of brotherh ood .that will serve as a guide t hrou g hout a life tim e .

First Row: Rod ger S. St. John, Qonald Lam ont, Rus sell Steele, Raymon d Den ault , C harles Brown , Bruce J ones. Second Row: James Kane , James Patrick, John H ami lt on, M r. R. M ars hal, M r. R. J. Swin dell, Richard Copits. Vict or Sm it h, Rich ard Kre bs, H arvey Baker. Third Row: David Norr, Ted Bla ney, La rry W amba gan ass, Ro n Siebert , Denn is Pa rrott, Ric hard

Blank, David N ash, James Tros ka , Phillip Reed , David Du rand , G eorge Sm ith, Stanley M it ch ell , Raymond Stutzman, M ichael Klei n, Robert Poo ler. Fourth Row: A ll en Pri ce , Da v¡e W hirrett , C hest er Piet ras, Lewis Bornman, Frank Ella, J ames Fitzg ibbons, Fran c is Ku shn er, Barry G artm an, Richa rd Ernsting.

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Row: Dave H ic kman , Ron Zigle r, Dave C a rrol , Fred Adamek: Mike G iger, Ra lph Spencer.

Fi rst Row, left to right: Ray Th om pson, John Wine b renner, Sk ip C loys, Steve Ha tch , Bo b Hubentha l, Jack Braun. Second

Coach Bob Macy The Tech Warriors ba sketba ll squad, under the fine

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team compile a good 19-wDn-and-6-lost record, but they placed fi rst in the Mid-Central Conference and were runners-up in th e R.I .T. tournament. Ron Zig ler was named Most Valuable Player. He wa s the leading sco rer and led in offensive rebounds. The Carni Basketball Award we nt to Da ve H ickman and Mike Giger, and the most improved player award wa s given to Ralph Spencer. The Warriors will be losing three to p competitors: C loys. Hatch. a nd Hubenthal . The loss of these men wi ll definitely inj ure t he depth of next year·s ba ll team, for th ey will not easily be replaced . 122

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Tech

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Tech

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Taylor

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Tech

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Adrian

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Newa rk

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Lawrence Tech

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Tech

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West Va. Tech

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Tech

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Tri-State

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Tech

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Hanover

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Tech

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Marian

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Huntingto n

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Concordia

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Manc hester

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Tech

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Anderson

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Th e Tech socce r +~am for the past five yea rs has been gradual ly bu ild ing itself into pe rhaps one of the top Mid- West team s. Th ei r schedule now consists of some of th e top team s in the nation. Th is past sea son wa s a poor one from the won-andlost colum n. Th e Warriors had only one vict ory. but th is wa s not ind ica tive of th e brand of socce r t hey plgyed.

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First Row, left to right: R. DeRuby, J . Reed , K. Benoit, K. Kitz ( mgr.), D. Kiewitt, J. Ma lo ni, D. Luke , J. Semelsberger. Sec-

ond Row: C oach P. Kenne ll, D. Ba ker, K. Sherman , J. Nelson, B. Dan iels, T. Hawk , R. Gessue , D. Helker, M. Bickl ey, K. Ke lly.

W ith only five regulars returning from the previous season, C oa ch Ph il Kenne ll had to attempt to build a winn i ng team usi ng many inexpe ri enced players. The team comp iled a five-won-a nd-n inelost reco rd. Coa ch Kennell mad e his t ea m's victori es impo rtant ones, as they were all Mid -Centra l Conference w ins, which · gave the Tech team second place i n the C o nference standings. Rick Gessue pa ced t he pitching staff b y compi ling a four-won-and -f our-lost record . Kent Kelly led the team i n hitting and also received the M. V. P. Award. Gessue , Semelsberger, N elso n, Lewis and Lu ke will be lost due t o graduation, and it may prove hard to repla ce t hem .

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The linksme n completed this season undefeated in match play with a seven-won-and-one-tie record, which is a first in the history of the school. Th ey tied for first place in the Mid-Central Conference and finished tenth in the .Little State Annual Golf Match .

Toby Richards was the squad's ca ptain , and Bob Ashby was named the most valuable player. Graduation will cla im Richards, Brya nt, Kostin , and Topp. Th is will be a great loss to the squad, so Coach Dow will be pressed hard to find enough talent to replace them.

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The Tech Fencing Team completed a successful sea son, but except ional performances were turned in by A lvi n Feliciano and Danny G rah am. A t th e Indiana Divisional Champion ship Fen cing Tournament, Felicia no won t he first-pl ace gold

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third pla ce in the epee com petition. Bot h men were invited t o th e Nati onal Tournament and award ed membe,rship in the Amateu r Fencers League of Am erica. This wa s the first time that any student at Tech placed in thi s tournament.

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Left to Right: Ray Thompson, Art Firtion , Howard Grayless , Terry Aeschl iman, Rama Bolla, Coa ch Ben Dow.

Coach Dow placed an inexperienced team on the courts this Fall with the exception of Art Firtion. Coach Dow seems to have great hopes of mold ing this young team into topnotch competitors. Ray Thompson and Howard Grayless improved greatly as the sea son progressed, and they may possibly be the leaders of next year's team. Art Firtion again this sea son won the Most Valuable Player award , but he will be lost due to graduatio n and will be a great loss to the team. ~This

season the Tech team gained only one lone

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This was the first year that track was a Mid-

new school records, and were just begin ning to look

Central Conference sport. The Tech team ha s been

real good when the season came to a close.

very weak in this sport the past few seasons. pri-

This team proved they had something more than

marily due to the lack of depth. This same problem

what their reco rd showed. When they participated

hampered the team again this year.

in the Mid -Central Conference {the final meet of

Coach Macy did receive fine performances from

the sea son). they fin is hed a very close second.

each man on the team. This year's team set seven

NAME J. Cormican H. Fager C. McKim K. Gaerte E. Murphy R. Zigler J. Winebrenner C. Johnson

EVENT High jump Relays 440 Relays 440 {Time-52.4}* 'l2 Mile (Time-2:05.3)* H i g h ju m p (6' I - 3;4 ") * High hurdles (Time-17 .I)* Low hurdles 'l 2 Mile Pole vault (I I' 3"}* Relays

Mile Relay Team: Fager, McKim, Zigler, Cormican (Time 3:44)* Half-Mile Relay Team: Cormican, McKim, Johnson, Winebrenner (Time I :37.2)* * School Record I

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Lou Culp is Director of both Public and Alumni Relations for the College, and also handles the activities of the News Bureau. Working with him are Bob Harold , Alumni Executive Secretary Winifred Troyer, plus three part-time student assi stants .

Contrary to popular belie{ the A lumni Relat io~s Off ice, loca ted on Center Drive, just so uth of the President' s Off ice, is not operated exclusively for Indiana Te ch graduates. On-cam pus st udents are inv ited to vi sit the offices at any t ime when the staff can offe.r: constructive counsel regarding ca mpus o r alumni act ivities. Any student is we lcom e to drop in for a visit if for no other purpose than to learn what the Nat io nal Alumn i Associa tion accomplis hes for its members

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and wh at is expected of graduates after they have left the cam pus. The Associat:o n looks on each student as a paten-. t ia I a Ium nus, who wiII som e day becom e a vita I part of the foundation on which the College is built. Co ll ege graduates everywhere share the psycholog ical urge to be identified as a member of the group, which is perhaps better described as the notio n of " belonging ." Truly once a student ea rn s the title alumnus, he enters an exciting new part of the brotherhood of man .

Alumni Home comin g is a big annual event on campus, but graduates an d former students are welcome to visit any time.

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