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Left to Right: Vinod Mehta, Bombay, India ; Ahmed Yamin Mirzi, Karachi , Pakistan ; Ahmed David Mirzi, Karachi, Pakistan.

President Johnson talking with three Indiana Tech students about the undeclared war between their countries. The President was on an afternoon stroll when he met the students. After talking with them, he invited them into the \Vhite House for a personal tour. While on the tour the President mentioned that he was glad that the Indian and Pakistanis students were still friends even though their countries were fighting. 15


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Dr. Edward C. Thoma

Our yearbook, the Kekiongan, provides the m emorabilia for each of us, students and faculty alike. It especially salutes our senior students , and we all join i11 wishing them , those great successes which they h ave envisioned and planned. For the rest of us, the yearbook serves as a challenge and a guidepost on what we can do the n ext year to improve upon this present year. Only as \iVe accept the challenge to not only strive to accomplish 111ore, but actually achieve this, do we m ake lasting and important contributions. May the Kekiongan serve both as a sounding-board and as a r ecord of the challenges that we have accepted and accomplished and provide for us insights to do even more. 20


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Awards Con vocation. Below: Mr. J ack Dillon , left , President of the Alumni Associa tion turns the n ew Alumni Quad路 rangle over to President Thoma.

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Christopher C. Kraft, Manned Space Flight Director, delivering the 45th Commencement address. He is shown wearing Doc tor of Engineering hood which was conferred just prior to the beginning of his address.

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Fall Graduates Graduates receiving their degrees from President Thoma.

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Winter Graduates

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Arbelaez, Cesar Jose, BSChE; Barquisimeto, Venezuela ; Dean's List ( 3 ) ; Chemical Engineering Society ; Latin American Association, Secretary, Treasurer; International Club. Bevins, Lyndon G. , BSChE; Genoa, Ohio; Dean's List ( 2 ); American Chern. Society; Chemical Engineers Society, Secretary, Treasurer; Sigma Phi Delta, Alumni Correspondent, Secretary, Housemanager. Bohnke, Glen L. , BSEE; Bryon, Ohio ; Dean's List ( 6 ); Secr etary Glee Club; Kekionga Amateur Radio Club, Vice-President; Nucleus, Photo Editor; Alpha Omega Tau. Bolinger, Herbert J., BSCE; Fort Wayne, Indiana ; American Society of Civii Engineers. Bottone, Anthony George, BSEE; Bradford, Pennsylvania; President's List ( 2 ); Dean's List ( 1 ) ; Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers. Bray, Richard Leigh, BSEE; Arcade, New York; President's List ( 2 ); Dean's List ( 8 ); Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers ; Iota Tau Kappa.

Bremanis, Jacob, BSAE ; Fort Wayne, Indiana ; President's List ( 1 ); Dean's List ( 3 ); American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics ; Dorm Governor ; Student Senate; Varsity Baseball; Intramural Sports ; Sigma Pi, Social Chairman . Casteel , Ronald G. , BSEE; Deshler, Ohio; Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers; N u cleu s Photographer; Alpha Omega Tau , Treasurer. Ch ellani, Jaikrishan A. , BSME ; Hyderabad, India; Dean's List ( 1 ); Treasurer India Association. Fager, Homer Martin, BSAE; New Holland, Pennsylvania ; American Institute of Aeronautics; Flying Club ; Varsity Track. Hoffman, David W. , BSEE; Fort Wayne, ana ; President's List ( 8 ); Dean's List Engineering Drawing ( 1 ); Institute of tronic and Electrical Engineers ; Iota Kappa.

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Hornberger, James A., BSEE; Cincinnati, Ohio ; Dean's List ( 9); Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineer s ; Henry Caswell Award.


Janzen, David C., BSAE; Ontario, Canada; Dean's List ( 4 ) ; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics ; Flying Club, Safety Officer. Joseph, Ronald K., BSEE; Ulster Park, New York; Dean's List ( 1 ); Varsity Bowling; Tech Bowling Club, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-Pre~i:. dent. Justis, Ferris Dale, BSEE; Fort Wayne, Indiana ; Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers. Liibbe, Duane H., BSME ; Omaha, Nebraska; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rush Chairman ; Flying Club; Judo Club; Hockey Club ; Intramural Sports ; Varsity Fencing. Minnella, Thomas J. Jr., BSME ; Summit, New Jersey; Mechanical Engineering Club ; Society of Automotive Engineers; Sigma Pi, Vice-President, House Manager, Rush Chairman, National Convention Delegate. Moore, Gary A., BSEE; Adisian, Michigan; American Institute of Electrical Engineers.

Norr, David A., BSME; Grabill, Indiana; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rush Chairman; Flying Club; Judo Club, Hockey Club; Intramural Sports; Varsity Fencing. Pacual, Julio Jose., BSME; Colon, Cuba; President's List ( 2 ); Dean's List (2 ) ; Iota Tau Kappa. Patterson, Ronald, BS-Math; Collingwood, New Jersey; President's List (2); Dean's List (1); Judo Club. Perlman, Milton, BS-Physics; Queens, New York; Dean's List (9); Dormitory Counselor;Physics Club, President. Peters, Lawrence E., BS-Physics & Math.;' Hamilton, Ohio; President's List (6); An1erican Institute of Physics, Vice-President. Ramirez, Julio Jose, BSME; Bogota, Columbia; Mechanical Engineering Club; Latin American Association; Soccer, Varsity.


Rayyes, Sabah Amin, BSCE, Metallurgy Option; Kuwait, Ara bia ; American Society of Civil Engineers ; Organization of Arab Students, President; Varsity Soccer ; Arab Students Award ; Arabic Language Instructor. Sheth, Dinesh J. , BSME, Math. Option ; Bombay, India ; Mechanical Engineering Club ; India Association, Secretary; International Club. Stitt, Robert J. , BS-Math. ; Holland , Michigan ; Newman Club. Stout, Theodore R ., BSCH Crawfordsville, Indiana; American Chemical Society. Tolani, Santosh Gopaldas, BSME ; Bombay, India; President's List ( 6 ); Dean's List ( 2 ); Iota Tau Kappa; Mechanical Engineering Club ; India Association ; International Club. Warrix, Charles C. , BSEE ; Prestonburg, Kentucky ; Dean's List ( 2 ); Princess Elkhorn Scholarship ; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Alpha Omega Tau. Weil, Pa ul B., BS-Physics ; Silver Spring, Maryland; President's List ( 2 ); Dean's List ( 6 ); Physics Club ; Alpha Epsilon Pi. Wood; Jay H. , BSCE Masonville, New York; ' Sigma Pi, Treasurer. Young, Melvin C., BSCE ; Kenmore, N . York ; Dean:- s List ( 1 ); American Society of Civil Engineers, President ; Student Council; Nucleus, Varsity Fencing .

Graduates Not Shown Dallal, Elie Y. , BSME ; Fort Wayne, Indiana· Mechanical Club ; Organization of Arab Students , Treasurer ; Intern ation al Club ; Glee Club. Diffend arfer, Roger L ., BSME ; Fort Wayne, Indiana. Dixon, John A. , BSAE ; Fort Wayne, Indiana; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Fit~gibbon s ,

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M ., BSAE, Metallurgy Option ; New Society of Automotive Engineers ; of Aeronautics and Astronautics ; Tech Manor Club ; Varsity Fencing.

Kedutat, Chayakarn, BSEE ; Bangkok, Thailand; President's List ( 1 ); Dean's List ( 2 ). Lawhead, Gary K., BSCE; Clearfield, Pennsylvania; Dean's List ( 1 ); American Society of Civil Engineers; Weightlifting Club. Ofori, Edward T. , BME ; Krobo, Ghana; Society of Automotive Engineers. Schoof, Brian Fredrick, BSEE ; Forsyth, Montana; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Starewich, Arnold J., BME ; Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Goldstein, Arthur, BSAE ; Swan Lake, New York; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Irani, Feroze, M., BChE ; Bombay, India; Chemical Engineering Society; India Association. 38

Wong, Chee Ying, BSEE; Hong Kong ; Christian Fellowship, Secretary; Dean's List ( 1 ); Chinese Club; Physics Lab Instructor.


Bruce, Robert E., BSEE ; Fort Wayne, Indiana ; Dean's List ; Glee Club. Bunner, Russell Douglas, BSEE; Garards Fort, Pennsylvania ; Dean's List ( 1 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Intramurals . Butler, Dennis A. , BSMath ; Fort Wayne , Indiana ; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Tech Flying Club. Cedeno, Oswaldo, BSEE; Caracas, Venezuela ; Dean's List ( 1 ); Latin American Association. Curtis, Russell P ., BSEE; Follawsbee, West Virginia ; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Nucleus, Business Manager. Drennan, Lawrence M. , III, BSCE ; Panama City, Panama ; Dean 's List ( 3 ); American Society of Civil Engineers .

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Duff, Donald R ., BSEE; New Haven, Indiana ; Dean's List ( 3 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers . Frey, William R ., BSEE ; Wauseon, Ohio ; Dean's List ( 2 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Theta Xi. Gaerte , Ken William, BSCE; New H aven, Indiana; American Society of Civil Engineers; Varsity Track. Gussman, Walter Jr. , BSCE; Elgin, Illinois ; Dean's List ( 1) · American Society of Ci\Jil Engineers. Johnson, Robert L. , BSEE; London, Kentucky; President's List ( 1 ); Dean's List ( 2 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Kempisty, Walter E. , :BSEE; Schenectady, ~Jew York; President's List (3 ) ; Dean's List ( 5 ) . 39


Kettler, William H. Jr., BSEE; Stockton, New Jersey ; Tech Flying Club. Kooser, Joseph L. , BSCE; Latrobe, Pennsylvania; American Society of Civil Engineers ; Newman Club. Kriegsman, Harvey A. , BSChE; Ossining, New York ; Presidenfs List ( 1 ); Dean's List ( 3 ); Iota Tau Kappa Honor Roll ( 1 ); Chemical Engineering Society, President ; American Chemical Society ; Sigma Phi Delta, Secretary, Treasurer, Sports Director, Professional Program Director; Student Senate, Treasurer ; Artist-Celebrity Series Committee; Varsity Baseball ; Intramural Sports; Chemistry Lab Assistant ( 2 ); Chemical Engineering Lab Assistant ( 1 ) . Kruetzman, Allen E. , BSEE; Decatur, Indiana; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Glee Club; Varsity Golf; Intramural Sports. Lenz, John H. , BSEE; Leechburg, Pennsylvania ; Dean's List ( 5 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Tech Manor Club, Governor; Intramural Sports. Mirchandani, Dilip, BS ; Bombay, India ; Alpha Sigma Phi-, President, Treasurer; India Association ; Mechanical Engineering Club; International Club .

Murphy, Edward L. Jr. , BSEE; Nelsonville, Ohio ; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineer s ; Secretary and Treasurer of Twin Heights Dorm . Olbert Manfred , ESChE · Rosenberg, Germany ; Chemical Engineering Society; International Club ; Fencing Team . Oseid , Bjorn , BSEE; Oslo, Norway ; Dean's List ( 4 ); Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Secretary; Soccer Team. Perkins, Roy T. , BSCE; Conway, New Hampshire; Dean's List ( 2 ) ; American Society of Civil Engineers; Sigma Pi. Perus , George D . Jr ., BSME ; Walpole, Massachusetts ; Freshtnan Class President ; Glee Club, President ; Vice-President; Intramural Sports. Rood, James A. , BSEE ; Dean's List ( 1 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Tech Flying Club; Intramural Sports. 40

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Schoff, Brian F., BSEE; Forsyth, Montana; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.

Terui, Glen J. , BSCE; Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii; Dean's List ( 1 ); Hawaiian Club, Tech Bowling.

Thurber, Everett L., BSEE; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.

Webb, John H. Jr., BSAE ; Paulding, Ohio ; President's List ( 4 ); Dean's List ( 4 ) ; Iota Tau Kappa; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics ; Tech Flying Club, President, Treasurer.

Whittaker, Matthein Jerry D., BSEE; Bluefield, West Virginia ; Nucleus ; J. V. Basketball; Intramural Sports.

Zigler, Rony D. , BSEE; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Bert Means Award ( 2 ) ; Hayashi Award ( 3 ) ; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Varsity Basketball ; Track; Physical Education Student Instructor .

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Brown, Charles 0., BSEE; Dayton, Ohio ; Dean's List ( 1 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Tech Manor Club, President; Weight Lifting Club; Varsity Track; Intramural Sports.

McBride, Richard S. , BSAeE; Fort Wayne, Indiana ; Alpha Omega Tau, President; Tech Flying Club ; Bowling Club; Intramural Sports. Morris, Donald F. , BSME ; Masardis, Maine.

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Carter, Karl F. , BSAe ; South Lyon, Michigan ; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics ; Tau Kappa Epsilon, President, Vice-President, Special Activities Chairman ; Vice President of College Council; Interfraternity Council. Cooper, B. Drayton, BSMath and BSChE; Monrovi, Liberia ; Chemical Engineering Society; Physics Club; Varsity Tennis Team, Captain.

Pontius, Lee A., BSME ; Auburn, Indiana; Dean's List ( 1 ); Mechanical Engineering Club, President; Society of Automotive Engineers ; Alpha Omega Tau ; Nucleus. Van Dalem, John, BSAeE; Fort Wayne, Indiana. Wright, Roger D ., BSME ; Streato1·, Illinois; Iota Tau Kappa.

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Arbitrio, Domemick ; BSEE, Tarrytown, New York ; Dean's List ( 5 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Sigma Pi; Varsity Soccer; Intramurals. Barajas, Orlando, BSEE ; Bogota, Colombia; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Association of Latin American Students, VicePresident. Bauer, Joseph John, BSEE ; New Brunswick, N ew Jersey ; Dean's List ( 3 ); Sigma Pi, VicePresident ; Inter-fraternity Council; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Berg, Jeffrey, BS Physics and Math; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ; Dean's List ( 1 ); Physics Club ; Alpha Epsilon Pi. Bilicki, Daniel S. , BSChE; Bloomfield Hills, Michigan ; Chemical Engineering Society, VicePresident, Treasurer ; Sig1na Phi Epsilon ; Student Senate, President; Tech Manor Club ; Hockey Club ; Varsity Volleyball. Burns, Karl J., BSEE; Fostoria, Ohio; President's List ( 3 ); Dean's List ( 7 ); Iota Tau Kappa ; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges .

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Buuck, Dennis Lee, BSME ; Ossian, Indiana ; Society of Automotive Engineers ; President's List ( 3 ); Dean's List ( 4 ); Basketball. Cechvala, Frank Regis, BS Math; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers; Weight Lifting Club. Chatlosh, Robert L. , BSAeE; Palos Heights, Illinois ; Dean's List ( 3 ); American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Secretary; Alpha Omega Tau ; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Bowling; Hockey Club ; Flying Club. Claydon, John E., BSAeE; Schenectady, New York ; President's List ( 8 ); Dean's List (1); Dormitory Counselor; Student Senate; Iota Tau Kappa; Student Christian Fellowship. Conarroe, Phillip G. , BSME ; Richmond, Indiana ; President's List ( 3 ); Dean's List ( 4 ); Iota Tau Kappa ; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges ; Senior Class VicePresident; Student Senate; Nucleus, Editor. Condon, James M. , BSCE; Osage, Iowa ; American Society of Civil Engineers ; Dean's List ( 4) ; Phi Kappa Theta, Treasurer.


Cooper, Richard Howard ; BSCE; Norwich, Connecticut; American Society of Civil Engineers ; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Secreta1~y , Vice-President ; Intramurals. Currier, John W. , BSME ; Middletown, Ohio; Phi Kappa Theta, Treasurer ; Glee Club ; Secretary, Junior Class ; Intramurals. Dander, Kenneth E ., BSEE 路 Genoa, Il1inois ; President's List ( 1 ); Dean's List ( 3 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Alpha Sigma Phi, President, Vice-President ; Interfraternity Council. De Pool, Homero A., BSEE; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic ; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers 路 International Relations Club ; Association of Latin American Students , Secretary. Dobbins, Michael G., BSME ; Fort Wayne, Indiana ; Dean's List ( 3 ); Phi Kappa Theta; Freshman Class Treasurer; Intramurals; Society of Automotive Engineers . Doriot, Roger E. , BSCE ; Fayette, Ohio ; President's List ( 9 ); Dean's List ( 1 ) ; Iota Kappa Freshman Award ; Iota Tau Kappa; Coolidge General Physics AV\'ard ; Christian Fellowship.

Drewes, Harvey N ., BSCE; DesPlaines, Illinois ; American Society of Civil Engineers, VicePresident, Secretary; Sigma Phi Delta, VicePresident, Pledgemaster; Freshman Class Treasurer; Student Council ; Intramurals. Easter, Kenneth R. , BSAeE; Kappa Alpha Psi; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics ; lntramurals . E ggers, Gene N. , BSChE; Custer, South Dakota ; President's List ( 2 ); Dean's List ( 6 ); Alpha Omega Tau, Business Manager. Farkas, David , BSEE; McKeesport, Pennsylvania 路 Dean's List ( 1 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Flying Club. Fisher, Lynn E ., BSME ; Grabill, Indiana; Presidenfs List ( 5 ); Dean's List ( 3 ); Iota Tau Kappa, Secretary, Treasurer; Society of Automotive Engineers ; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Fish er , Russell, BSEE; Fort Wayne, Indiana; President's List ( 1 ); Dean's List ( 1 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.

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Griffin, John U ., BSChem; Belleair Bluffs, Florida ; Dean's List ( 2 ); American Chemical Society ; Kappa Psi Upsilon ; Theta Xi; Ski Club; Varsity Golf; Varsity Fencing. Hammond Jr. , Arthur Robert, BSEE; Greentown, Indiana ; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Varsity Track ; Dean's List (3 ).

Hayes, John L., BSME; Warsaw, New York; Mechanical Engineering Club, President ; Bowling Club, Intramural Sports . Helou, Michael 1., BSCE; Tripoli, Lebanon; President's List ( 3 ); Dean's List ( 6 ); Iota Tau Kappa; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges ; American Society of Civil Engineers ; Organization of Arab Students. Hernandez, Joaquin J. , BSME; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Dean's List ( 7 ); Latin American Association; Bowling Team. Hodge, Charles S., BSCE; Watertown, New York; President's List ( 12 ); Iota Tau Kappa, President, Vice-President, Secretary; Collidge Award in Physics ; Casswell Award; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges ; American Society of Civil EnP"i-n~~,..c

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Moone, Everett C. E. , BSCE ; Germantown, Maryland ; President's List ( 7 ); Dean's List ( 2 ); Iota T au Kappa, PI¡esident; American Society of Civil Engineers, Vice-President, President; Sabre Team , Captain; Tech Manor Club, Head Resident Counselor. Morgan, Robert H. , BSME ; Utica, Michigan; Dean's List ( 1 ); Tau Kappa Epsilon ; Interfraternity Council ; Wrestling. Morse, David H., BEE; West Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ; Glee Club ; Weight Lifting Club; Intramurals. Ostrowski, Ronald A. , BSAeE; Fort Wayne, Indiana. Pemberton, John C., BSChE; Ironton, Ohio; President's List ( 7 ); Dean's List ( 2 ); Iota Tau Kappa ; Who's W ho Among Students in American Univer sities and Colleges ; American Chemical Society; Bowling League. Powell, Phillip L. , BSAeE; Findlay, Ohio; Alpha Omega Tau , Treasurer; Flying Club. 46


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Ruts tein, H a rvey M ., BCE ; Baltimore, Maryl and ; American Socie ty of Civil E ngineer s ; Sigm a Pi, Vice-Pr esident ; I n terfraterni ty Council ; T ech M an or Club ; Intramu ral Sports. Sa ta , Bhalch andra S., BSME ; Bombay, India; President's List ( 1 ); India Associa tion, Treasu rer , Secr etary. Sch er ger , Ch arles T. , BSE E ; Delphos, Ohio ; Dean 's List ( 1 ) ; Phi Kappa The ta ; Newm an Club, Vice-President. Shep ard , R ay M. , BME; Fort Wayn e, Indiana; Bowling Club, Vice-President, Secretary. Shir k, Earl F. , BSE E ; Leba non, Pennsylva nia ; Presiden t's List ( 6 ); Dean 's List ( 3 ); Iota Tau Kappa ; Who's W ho Among Students in American Univer sities and Colleges ; Institute of Electrical and E lectronic E n gineer s, President; Alpha Omega Tau , Secretary. Shor, Conra d Meyer , BSPh ; Upper Dar by, Pennsylvania ; Dean 's List ( 4 ) ; Physics Club, Presid ent; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Secr e tary. Simmermacher, William, BSEE ; Moscow, Pennsylvania ; Presiden t's List ( 1 ); D ean 's List ( 6 ) ; Institute of Electr ical and E lec tronic Engineers ; W eightlifting. Singleton , Bruce W ., BSEE ; Elkhart, Indiana ; Dean 's List ( 2 ); Institute of E lectrical and Electronic Engineer s ; T au Kappa Epsilon, Chapl ain ; Junior Class Vice-Pr esident ; Studen t Senate , Secr et ary; Intramural Sports.

Smith, Richard F. , BSEE ; Endicott, New York; Phi Kappa Theta ; Newman Club, Treasurer, President ; Neucleus Photographer. T chir, Donald J. , BSAE; Johnson City, New York ; President's List ( 1 ) ; Dean's List ( 1 ); Bowling. Thompson, Raymond, BS Math ; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Dean's List ( 2 ); Varsity Tennis ; Varsity Basketball. Ward, Dennis M., BSEE ; Jefferson, Ohio; Dean's List ( 2 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Society of Automotive Engineers. Yoars, John P. , BSCh, Metallurgy Option, Bunker Hill, Indiana ; President's List ( 1 ); Dean's List ( 6 ) ; Chemical Engineering Society, Vice-President ; Alpha Omega Tau. Yung, Sai Ming, BSME; New York, New York; Society of Automotive Engineers ; Chinese Student Organization, Treasurer; Intramural Sports.


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Chheda, Ratilal V. , BSME ; Bombay, India ; Mech anical Engineering Club ; International Club ; India Associa tion, Treasurer ; N a tions United Club. Cohen , Kenneth, BSEE, Ma th Option ; New York City, New York ; President's List ( 1 ); Dean"s List ( 1 ); Iota T a u Kappa ; Chrysler Corpora tion Engin eering Scholar ship ; Institute of Electrical and Electronic En gin eering ; Radio Club. Cramer , Ronald D. , BSME ; Findlay, Ohio ; Mechanical Engineerin g Club ; Society of Automotive Engineer s ; Intramural Sports. Engel, Darryl L., BSME ; Difian ce, Ohio; Dean 's List ( 1 ); T a u Kappa Epsilon ; Mechanical Engineering Club. Fernandez, Jode l\ ., BSChE ; Lugo, Spain ; Chemical Engineerin g Society ; The International Club ; Latin American Society. Folga, Thomas, BSME ; Phi Kappa Theta, President, Vice-President ; Society of Automotive Engineers; Glee Club . 49


Gar side, Peter G. , ESChE ; Royal Oak, Michigan ; · President's List ( 4 ); De an's List ( 4 ); Who's W ho Among Students in Univer sities and Colleges ; Casw ell E n gineering Dr a wing ; Chemic al En gineerin g Socie ty ; Secr etary , Hockey Club; Band · T ech Manor Club. Gasp ard o, Fred M ., BSME ; Long Point, Illinois ; Wall Stree t J ournal Award ; Flying Club, Flight Co-ordina tor ; Glee Club; Baske tball; Baseball ; Intramural Sports . Ger sh en son, Moshe, BSME ; Ra mat Hasharon, Israel. Gu ern sey, Robert G., BSCE ; W ellesley, Massac husetts ; American Socie ty of Civil Engineers , Secr e ta ry . H easley, John E . Jr. , BSEE ; E ast McKeesport, Pennsylva nia ; Dean 's Lis t ( 1 ); Institute of E lectrical a nd E lec tronic E n gineers ; Sigma Phi E p silon , President, Interfra ternity Council Repr esenta tive ; T ech Manor Club , Board of Governors ; Nucleus Circ ulation Ma n ager ; Varsity Soccer ; Intramural Sports ; W eight Lifting Club. H erber , Hubert, BSME ; Fort Wayne, Indiana. Her sch elma n , Fredric A., BSME ; Birmingham, Michigan ; Socie ty of Automotive Engineers , Treasurer.

Holst, Christian C. , BSEE; Richmond, Indiana ; Dean's List ( 1 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Student Senate; Interfraternity Council ; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Judo Club. Katsifis, Christon, BSME ; Biotia, Greece; Mechanical Engineering Club, Treasurer. Khandhar, Rajendra P., ESChE ; Gujarat, India; Chemical Engineering Society ; India Association ; Nations United Club. Kim, Chong Suk, BSME; Fort Wayne, Indiana. Koetzle, Arthur R. , ESChE ; Rochester, New York ; American Chemical Society; Theta Xi; Intramural Sports.


Kothari, Prabodh J ., BSME; Bombay, India ; Mechanical Engineering Club; Society of Automotive Engineers ; India Association, President ; Fencing Team. Krumrie, Arnie, BSME ; Benton Harbor, Michigan ; Dean's List ( 1 ); Outstanding Greek Award; Interfraternity Council ; Tau Kappa Epsilon, House Manager, President of Pledge Class ; Student Senate ; Nucleus Staff. Kwap, John W ., BSCE; Yonkers, New York ; American Society of Civil Engineers ; Theta Xi ; Weight Lifting Club ; Intramural Sports . Levine, Larry S., BSEE; Bayside, New York; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Alpha Sigma Phi, President, Vice-President, Corresponding Secretary, House Manager ; Interfraternity Council; Intramural Sports; Alpha Gamma Upsilon fraternity man of the Year. Lieber, Donald, BSCE ; Rochester, New York ; Dean's List ( 2 ); American Society of Civil Engineers; Theta Xi, Treasurer; Judo Club; Intramural Sports. Looker, Harry III, BSCE; Montville, New J ersey; American Society of Civil Engineers.

Mazzi-Kizza, Erie, BSMath; Mengo, Uganda ; Glee Club. Miller, George F ., BSEE; Fort Wayne, Indiana ; President's List ( 4 ); Dean's List ( 4 ); Iota Tau Kappa ; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities ; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers . Miller , John E. Jr. , BSEE; Fenton , Missouri ; President's List ( 3 ); Dean 's List ( 6 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic En gineers. Mueller, Carl J. , BSME ; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ; Society of Automotive Engineers, Secretary; Theta Xi- Pledgemaster ; Secretary Senior Class 路 Interfraternity Council. Ng, Chong G. , BSEE ; New York City, New York ; Institute of Elech路ical and Electronic Engineers. Nuttie, Keith R. , BSChemistry; New Haven , Indiana ; American Ch emical Society. 51


O'Brien J. Robert, BSCE; Little Falls, N ew York ; American Society of Civil Engineers, President, Vice-President , Treasurer ; Residen ce Counselor. Parvizi , Mahmoud , BSChE; Ahwaz, Iran ; i\meric an Chemical Society ; Sigma Pi. Puhlhorn , J ohn E ., BSME ~ Tenafly, N ew J ersey ; Sigma Pi, Vice-President, President. Rosynsky, Victor, BSME ; Newark:r New Jersey ; Dean's List ( 1 ) ; Sigma Phi Delta, President, Pledgemaster , Professional Progr am Director. Sa'ad , Hassan , BSChE; Haifa, I sreal ; Dean's List ( 2 ); Ch emical Engin eering Society; International Club; Arab Students Organization. Sadakne , George, BSChE; Tartous, Syria ; Dean's List ( 1 ) ; Ch e1nical E n gineering Society ; International Relations Club.

Scarlett, Steven C. , BSCE; Churubusco, Indiana; American Society of Civil Engineers. Schultz, Richard G. , BSME ; Brick Town, New Jersey ; Dean 's List ( 2 ) ; Mechanical Engineering Club ; Sigma Pi ; Tech Manor Club; Varsity Baseball ; Varsity Track; Intramural Sports. Scoggan, Jack D. , BSMath; Indianapolis, Indiana ; President's List ( 1 ); Dean's List ( 1 ); Golf Team. Sheppard, Charlie A. , BSEE; Dean 's List ( 2 ); Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers; Kappa Alpha Psi, President, Secretary ; Interfraternity Council ; Student Senate; Nucleus; Intramural Sports. Shin, Rich ard C. , BSMath; Syosset, Long Island, New York ; President's List ( 2 ); Dean's List ( 5 ); Scholastic Achievem ent Award ; Chinese Student Association , Secretary 路 Institute of Electrical and Elec tronic Engineers ; American Institute of Physics, Tech Manor Club. Thompson , Willia1n C. Jr. , BSCE ~ Dixon , Illinois ; President's List ( 4 ); Dean 's List ( 5 ); Iota Tau Kappa ; Who's Who A1nong Students in American Colleges and Universities ; An1erican Society of Civil Engineers, Corresponding Secretary ( 2 ) , Recording Secretary ( 2 ) , VicePresident ( 2 ) .


Tomcheski, Richard H ., BSME ; Terryville, Connecticut; Mechanical Engineering Club ; Sigma Phi Delta, Pledgemaster, Alumni Corresponding Secretary, Business Manager ; Intramural Sports. Utz, Richard H. , BSME ; Rochester, New York ; Theta Xi , House Manager ; Intramural Sports.

Vegas, Vicente, BSEE ; San Indoo, Lima, Peru ; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers ; Latin American Students Association ; Secretary, Treasurer. Woodrich, Joseph D. , BSChE ; Buffalo, New York ; Chemical Engineering Society, VicePresident ; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Zoeller, Leon R . III , BSEE; Alden, New York ; President's List ( 1 ); Dean's List ( 6 ); Sigma Phi Epsilon , Scholarship Chairman ; Student Senate, President, Recording Secretary. Kridler, Edwin G., BSCE; Speedway, Indiana. McBride, Richard . •

Spring and Summer Graduates Not Shown Berwald, Charles W. , BSEE ; Fort Wayne, Indiana. Campagnino, John A., ESChE ; Staten Island , New York; Dean's List ( 2 ); Chemical Engineering Society. Csencsitz, Thomas A., BSAE ; Orlando, Florida ; Presidenes List ( 1 ); Dean's List ( 4 ); Iota Tau Kappa; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics ; Alpha Tau Omega. Jacobs, Michael P., BSEE; Eau Claire , Wisconsin ; Theta Xi, House Manager, Scholastic Chairman ; Intramural Sports; Judo Club. Jur, Tim A. , BSME ; Fort Wayne, Indiana · President's List ( 4 ); Dean's List ( 2 ) ; Iota Tau Kappa; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges ; Phi Kappa Theta ; Varsity Soccer.

Morse, David H ., BEE · Pittsburg, Pennsylvania ; Weight Lifting Club ; Intramural Sports. Patil, V. S. , BSChE; Bombay India ; India Association, President ; Glee Club. Wong, Thomas S., BSChE ; Fort Wayne, Indiana ; Dean~s List ( 1 ) ; American Chemical Society ; Chemical Engineering Society; Alpha Gamma Upsijon , Social Chairman, Treasurer ; Nucleus. Wehle, Lee, BSCE; Fort Wayne, Indiana ; Who's Who in American College Students; American Society of Civil Engineering. Weiss , William, BSME ; Yonkers, New York ; Presidenfs List ( 3 ) ; Dean's List ( 3 ) ; Iota Tau Kappa ; Alpha Sigma Pi, Exchecker.

Kehoe, John M. ; BSCE; Schenectady, New York ; _Alpha Sigma Phi, Pledge Master, Secretary .

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Charles D. Hollish Summa cum laude.

Lynn E. Fisher Summa cum laude, Charles L. Zoltani Memorial Award in Mechanical Engineering .

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Today's aerodynamic courses are quite different from those of a few years ago since supersonic flow causes significant heating and thermodynamics has to be carefully taken into account. Earthbound navigation courses have been supplanted by special navigation. Structural analysis courses have shifted the emphasis from triangulated, determinant frames to the indeterminate, stressed-skin structures. Mathematics continues ( in its radically advanced forms ) to be an important tool in this field. This department continues as one using the most advanced scientific information to help develop and produce modern means of transportation through space beyond.

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Electrical Engineering encompasses m any and varied fields. The graduate electrical engineer may find himself working in the fields of radar, guided missiles and satellites, atomic energy, electronic computers , radio communications , television, control sys terns, po\Ner generation and distribution , and other numerous specialized phases of Electrical Engineering.

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In our complex society, scientific progress depends on the mathematician, the engin eer and many other scientists whose primary tool is mathem atics . The departm ent of Mathematics offers a well rounded course for the young m a them a ticians , as well as the essential mathematics for the engineering, physics and chemistry students.

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The ACS student's affiliate of Indian a Tech is a Chapter of the American Chemical Society, the world's lar ges t organization devoted to a single scien ce. The purpose of this club is to create and stimulate interest am on g students of ch emistry and ch emical en gineering and to help them academically and socially to becom e better qualified candidates for future positions. Periodic field trips also h elp to acquaint the students vvith industry and give them insight into the vast potential of their chosen field.


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The Indiana Tech Flying Club was formed to give members an opportunity to fly, to obtain their licenses and to learn to fly at a minimum cost. Day and night, local and cross-country flights are made at slight expense to the members . The organization has two planes ; a Cessna 140 and a Cessna 120) both of which are hangared at Smith Field. Membership is open to all students and faculty of Indiana Institute of Technology.

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First Row: Ron Hoverman, Charles Shappard, Dennis Roberts. Second Row : Larry Hosto, Kenneth Liechty, Tom Seriven. Third Row: David McBride, Owen Fox, Lynn A. Gerig, Professor Loren Yaggy, Advisor.

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The Indian a Tech Electrical Association is an association devoted to prom otin g profession al growth in the field of Electrical and Electronic En gineering. It prepares the student for his profession by field trips into industry and guest speakers from industry in these fields. The association is an affiliate of the Am erican Institute of Electrical En gineers and m embership is open to an y student enrolled in the electrical or electronic departments.

First Row: Douglas Bunner , Jim Hartman , Rex H elms , Bill Simmermach er , David Martin. Second Row : Russel Curtis, Ed Kopala , AI Fiorentino, Domingo Morales , Edward Gillen , Larry Hosto. Third R o-w: Russel Fish er , Ernest L . W alker, J ohn H. Len z, · George Buhrfeind, Charles Sch er ger , Joseph Morrow .

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The purpose of the organization is to provide better under standin g between the Indian students and the non-Indian students at Ind] a11a Tech and to extend guidance to n ew Indian students. Member ship is available to any student who is interested in Indian culture. Our participation in social functions may enhance closer ties between the Indian students and the Americans.


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First Row: Mrs. Gerald Buss, Mrs . Leonard Hebert, Mrs. Gerald Brooke, Mrs. Philip Perrey, Mrs. Rex Helms , Mrs. Gene Eggers. Second Row: Mrs. David Lear, Mrs . Maurice Jacoqs , Mrs. Ed Scheverlein, Mrs. Benjamin Dow, Advisor; Mrs. Ken Cohen, Mrs. Richard McCord, Mrs. William Irick, IV, Mrs. Charles Hodge. Third Row: Mrs. Roy Perkins, Mrs. Thomas Hnat, Mrs. Robert Niemeyer, Mrs. John -Yoars, Mrs. Carl Burns, Mrs. Darrel Williamson, Mrs. Earl Shirk, Mrs. Gloria Walker, Mrs. Conrad Gutowski, Mrs. Dominick Arbitrio. Fourth Row: Mrs. J ean Desnouee, Mrs. Daley Fadley, Mrs. J. A. Voehringer, Mrs. William Barnette, Mrs. Jack Bishop, Mrs. Lawren ce Drennan, III , Mrs. Joe Latona, Mrs. William Fitzgerald, Mrs. Russel Fisher, Mrs. George Buhrfeind, Mrs. William Householder.

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Organized in July of 1957, the purpose of Indiana Tech Students' Wives Club has beer1 to further social activities , acquaintances, and friendship among the wives of students of liT. Wives of all married stude11ts of liT are eligible for m embership. The club arranges programs of varied types for the m embers. These range from an address on the social problems of our time by a local authority to bingo or a humorous skit given by m embers of the Club. It is also the purpose of Indiana Tech Students' Wives Club to contribute to and work for the good of the College whenever possible. At banquets held twice annually wives of graduating students are presented with their P.H.T. ( Puttin g Hubby Through) degrees. 111


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The interfraternity council is the judicial body which governs the standardization of the pledging program , and promotes cooperation among the fraternities in both scholastic and social affairs. It is composed of representatives of each fraternity on campus.


First Ro1.u: Nadrija Abweh, Prabodh Kothari, Jim Hill, George Sadskne, Catherine Walsh, Advisor ; Osama Albassam. Second Row: Michael Helou, A. Abdul-Jabbar, Jamil Abu-Hamdeh, S. M. Farooqi, Christo Wassouf, Jose Feinandez. Third Row: Jes Schienbein, Arthur Munger, T. Kheiry, Manfred Olbert, Advisor ¡ Dr. E. A. V. Horiak, Domingo Morales, Hassan Saad.

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The purposes of the International Club of Indiana Institute of Technology are : 1. To stimuate better student-to-student relationships and u11derstanding through common activities, discussion s, and debates on matter s of international n a ture, and through these discussions, to acquaint the students with problems of the world, thus providing the students with the knowledge to converse intelligently on national and international problems ; 2. To serve as an area for cultural exchange between both American and foreig11 students here on ca1npus ; 3. To be linking m edium betvveen all countries, for both the purpose of realizing and analyzing the differences a11d sim.ilarities of the student; 4. To help smooth the adjustme11t of nev1 students to the cosmopolitan atmosphere on the campus of I.I.T. 113


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The purpose of the Junior Inter-fraternity Council is to prepare prospective fraternity m en for some of the duties and responsibilities they will encounter as active m embers . They also assist the I.R.C. in planning the activities for Greek Week and other school functions. The organization is composed of representatives from each fraternity pledge class.


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First R ow: Tom Walton , Larry Rily, Vice-President ; Joseph Litterer, President ; Robert L. Nichols, Treasurer. Second R o1v: Richard Schulte, James Ludberg, Francis B. Cooper, Secretary; Thomas Mass. •

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Th is year's Kekiongan is presented to the Stude11t Body with the hope th at it h as successfully summarized a variable cross-sec tion of campus functions each representa tive of the emphasis and influen ce of Indian a Tech. We hope that in years to com e you will look back at these p ages with proud m emories of your Alma Mater.

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First Row: Mike Feher , Lynn Gerig, Roger Sentman , Bruce Hoverman , Allan Bald. Second Rotu: Ger ald J acyno, Charles Bliley, Joe Novak, J ay Ballard , Ed Paragi, AI Ridilla. Third R ow : Mike Dodd, Ted Rissel, Dennis Roberts, Andrew Van Der Plaats, Francis Dobbs, Ken Fowler.

The Kekiongan Amateur Radio Club's objectives are to prom ote am ateur r adio activities among interested students and to bring together students who h ave an interest in practical application of communications. To qualify for m embership, a student or f aculty m ember must h ave a Feder al Communications Commission Licen se ran ging from 11ovice to advan ced. Instruction for this licen se is provided by the qu alified Inem ber s to those who \vish to take the examinations for them.

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The Mechanical Engineering Club is a local affiliate of the Ft. Wayne section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The objectives of the club are to advance, promote, and teach n ew phases of mechanical engineering. This is accomplished by programs which include talks by experienced engineers , and field trips to industries in the Tri-State area. Membership is restricted to students enrolled in the Mechanical Engineering Department.


First Row: Basil Arend, Joseph Longo, John Lavens. Second Row: Martin Hanagan , Ken Auer, John McFann, Robert Muldoon.

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We of the staff like to feel tha t we h ave m aintained the rich tradition of the Nucleus by presenting to the student body all responsible information of con cern. Our main intent as the official publication of the campus is to stimula te the mind of our fellow students by pr esenting noteworthy n ews. We believe in Indiana Tech and h er students, and principles ; and we consistently support all organizations and progr am s th at contribute to the growth of the college and the students. When ever controversy arises, we intend to present both sides lest we f all prey to irresponsible reporting.


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The purpose of the Pakistan Student Association is to interpret the culture, problems and aspirations of the Pakistanis to the campuses and communities of America. Any student or trainee who is a citizen of Pakistan and who is enrolled in any Ft. Wayne institute of higher learning or attached to any organized training group is eligible for membership.


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First Row: Gerald Gardner, Howard Macklin , Faculty Advisor; Barry Garman, Carl Mueller, Prabodh Kothari. Second Row: Erwin Schoeny, Michael Dobbs, Don Ratajczak, Jeff Parsons, Ed Gillen, J eff Wagner. Third Row: Larry Hoffman, Dick DeMato, Art Davis , Larry Black, William Bush, Fred Herschalman, Jim Trumbower, Jim Ludberg.

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First R o1u: Vonne Meussling, Ben Pursell, Garry Laaker, Richard Schulte, Richard Weiss, Gary Williams. Second Row: Arnie Krumie , Jeff Crocket, Cliff Meyers , Larry Riley, Edward Gillen, Tom Walton . Third Row: John Clayton, Richard Sestile, Rich ard Knott, Dan Bilicki, Phil Conarroe, Francis Dobbs, William Bush.

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First Row: Ken Cohen, Lynn Fisher, Everett Moone, Charles Hodge, Bill Thompson. Second Row: Roger Doriot, Michael Helou, Judson Van Houten, John Pemberton) Art Davis, Leonard Herbert, Peter Garside . Third Row: Karl Burns, Tim Jur, John Webb, Phil Conarroe, Gary Streeter, Joe Litterer, William Weiss, Robert Ruhl, Faculty Advisor.

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First Ro1u: Larry Levine, Arthur Price, Faculty Advisor; Michael Wilchek, Terry Quinn, Dilip Mirchandani, Ken Dander, Stanton Swartfiguer. Second Row : Gary Seewer, Louis Korolis, John Schwarze, Ed Steier, Bill Cook, Conrad Ramsaran, Jack Quinn, Chiman Patel. Third Row: Dan Nolan, Paul Stash, J eff Michael, Richard Kallens, Max Murphy, Terry Rowley, Craig Leighty, Fredric Jaessing.

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In May 1932 Alpha Sigma Phi, then known as Alpha Gamma Upsilon, was the first fraternity installed by Indiana Institute of Technology. The purposes of Alpha Sigma Phi are to foster education , to maintain charity, and to promote patriotism. The objects of the fraternity incidental to these purposes are to en courage culture and high scholarship, to assist in building of character, to promote college loyalties to perpetuate friendships , to cement ties within the fraternity membership.

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First Row : Harvy Kawano, Mike Feher, Frank Koehl, David Schutte, Neil Hansen, John Currier, Frank Racey, Jim Dau gh etee. Second Row : George Sollner, John Trahan, John Daly, Gregory Flinn, Don Chislagi, Tom Folga, Alex Driessen , Ray D'Amore. Third Row: Mike Dobbins , Charles Schergr, Jon Pirrello, Carl Jacquay, Raymond Stann, Tom Sweeney, J erry Dobbins, Richard Smith.

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Phi Kappa Theta offers a brotherhood fraternity for the Catholic students at Indiana Tech. Phi Kappa Theta is an organization that endeavors to promote conduct consistent with good morals, 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 through brotherhood.


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First Row: Harold Burkett, Joseph Bauer, John Pullhorn, Gary Bush, Jeffery Cole. Second Row: Harvey Rutstein, James Ashteri, Bob Jung, Jack Micklovich, Lee Bernhardt, Advisor; Steve Smith, Richard Sch u 1 te, Richard Buehner. Third Row: Dave Theobauld, Tom Mass, Phil Miller, Tom Krause, Fred Illingworth .

The objectives of the Sigma Pi fraternity are: to establish a brotherhood of college m en ; to promote scholarship and literary culture; to advance the cause of education ; to raise the standard of morality and develop the character of men · to diffuse culture ; and to encourage chivalry among men. All m en are solely accepted on their own individual worth, regardless of race color or creed.

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Kneeling : Ken Cunningham, Sirrous, Ed Reddinger. Second Ro1u: Lee Bernhardt, Advisor; Jim P aterson, Vic Tsao, Gary Laaker. Third Row: John Osborn , Ban·y Profeta . Peter Bergendahl, Edward Winczowski.


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First Row: Ri c hard Col e , Vi c Rosynsky, Charles Kitch en , Advisor; James Schrader, Geor ge Oplinger. Second Row: Bill Ben sing, Jim F ailor, Dean Hagerty, William Jurek , Bob Graziano, Ronald Malanowski, K ev in MacKinnon. T h i r d Row: Edward St. Claire, C h a r 1 e s Shrontz, Thomas Smith , Richard Tomcheski, H arvey Drewes, Tobias George Samuel Medici , Edward Kridler.

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The purpose of Sigma Phi Delta is to promote the advancement of the engineering profession · to foster the advancement of engineering education· to instill a greater spirit of cooperation among en gineering students and organizations ; to inculcate in its m embers the highest ideals of good citizenship, Christian manhood ; obedience to law and to brotherhood ; and to encourage excellence in scholarship. The fraternity was founded at the University of Southern California in April, 1924. The membership totals nearly 4000 engineers and engineering students.


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FiTst Row : R. J. Swindell Elmer Clark, Jim Sundy, Gary Williams, Joseph Woodrich, John Heasley, Jr., John Paulawski. Second Row : Wendell Foo, John Rogers, Donald Zehner , Ron ald Sheets, Thomas Sundstrom, \ V illiam Hines . Third Row: Rich ard Nott, Ralph Riehl, Mel Schurdell, Bill Barton, Christiam Holst, Stanley Prozny, Jr.

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Theta Tau Upsilon, a local fraternity founded in April, 1962 , becam e The Indiana E ta Chapter of Sigm a Phi Epsilon on February 2 , 1963. The m ember ship has grown to be the largest on Indian a Tech's campus . The basic ideals of the fraternity are to promote high academic standards ; provide a u seful service fo the college and community to guide and m an age gentlem anly conduct at all times, to always put forth with high est n1oral ch aracter , and to develop an unsurpassable union of brotherhood that will serve as a guide throughout life.


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First Row: Craig McGinnis, Anthony DiMarco, llruce Singleton, Warren Garraway, Larry Riley, John Beidler, Joe Kaszycki, Jaime Uscocovich. Second Row: Anthony Lisinikchia, James Goodnough, Jim Lynch, Terry Gleave, Dick Schul, Richard Silverman, Bob Jetter, Ken Boyd, Howard Turner. Third Ro-ru : Lester Pursell, Arnie Krumie, Dick Sestile, Karl Carter, Don Blackstone, Dale Dreher, Don Smith, Bob Crockett, Bryan Richardson, Chuck Enea.

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First Row: David Graeff, Bill Anderson, Robert Sikora, Jeffrey Farnsworth, Mike Jacobs Schuastic, Howard Bishop. Second Row : Dave Griffen, Charles Simmons, Henry Bittmann, Jerry Weber, Don Lieber, Gerald Cheselka, Marlin Hall. Third Row : Dave Hurd, Robert Merle, Robert Filipovits, Tom Allan, Ronald Green, George Perna, Peter Leffe, John Griffin . Fourth Row : Bob Nichols, Dick Utz, Dave Crosse, Ron Antoniuk, Bud Byroads, Frederick Bruns, John Kwap, John Fosmire, Carl J. Mueller.

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Artist Celebrity Series hosts Singing Hoosiers.

Under the direction of Professor Robert E. Stoll of the I.U. School of l\1usic, the 45 voice choir sang arrangements of selections from ''Gigi," "The Music Man," "Funny Girl." "The King and I," "Oklahoma," and ((The Sound of Music."

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The Public Relations Department has three principal areas of responsibility: the writing, editing, and printing of most of the colleges major publications; writing and releasing news stories to local, state, and national press, radio , and television ; and the planning of special events, which covers many activities ranging from the Artist-Celebrity Series and Commencement programs through a variety of luncheons , dinners , tours of the campus, and so forth. The department is a service organization vvhich cooperates with all other departments and divisions of the college. The Public Relations Department is available in an advisory capacity to student organizations, often assisting with the planning and promotion of student events when such activities relate to the public image of Indiana Tech. The essential purpose of the department is to define and ex plain the college to all segments of the general public.

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The Alumni Office is directed by an executive secretary, who is responsible to the board of directors of the Indiana Tech Alumni Association and to the administration of the college. All graduates of the college become members of the National Association when they graduate. Alumni do not pay membership dues but, instead, are asked to give to the Alumni Support Fund which provides the funds to underwrite operational costs and salaries. The Association looks on each student as a potential alumnus who will some day become a vital part of the foundation on which the college is built.


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