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Balent, Arthur D., BSEE. Electronic Option.

Math Option; Munhall. Pe nnsylvania; Theta Mu Pi. Rush Director. Bierlein, Carl A., BSME; Columbus. Indiana.

Bangkok. Tha iland: President's List (I); Dean •s List Boon-Long,

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BSCE:

( I ). Bush, William J., BSM E. Math Option: Ash-

tabula, Ohio; President' s List (6); Dean's List {4): Mechanical Engineering Club, Secretary. Treasurer; SAE Pres ident; IVCFPresident; Pep Band: Student Senate; Tech Manor Club Treasurer; Iota Tau Kappa. Zoltani Award in Mech. Eng.

Champlin, Ronald J., BSCE; Ashtabula,

Ohio; American Society of Civil Engineers -Recording Secretary; Weight Lifting Club. Cooper, Francis B., BSEE: Monrovia. Li-

beria; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.

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Hipple, James H., BSM E, Math Option; Union C ity, Ohio; President's List (3); Dean's List (6). Howard, Gera ld D., BSCE; New Berlin , New York; ASCE; President' s List (1), Dean' s List {4); ASCE Technical Pape r Award; Sigma Pi.

Ide, Harvey R., BSM E, Math Option ; Charlton, Massachusetts; Dean's List (I); Bowling . Jacquay, Carl E., BSM E; Monroeville, In-

diana; Mechanical Engineering C lu b ; SAE; Phi Kappa Theta Secretary; Varsity Basketball; lntramurals.

Jones, John E., BSM E; Ancho rage, Alaska; M.E. Club; SAE; Dean 's List (3); Vice Pres ident of Sophomore Class ; KEKIONGA N, Ass' + Editor; Sigma Phi Delta President, Secretary; Varsity Baseball; lntramurals. Keita, Balla, BSCE, Math Option; Kouroussa, Rep. of Guin ea .

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Liechty, Kenneth E., BSEE, Electronic Op-

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tion; Grabill, Indiana; Dean 's List {8); President of Glee Club; Band. ludberg, James A., BSM E, Metallurgy Op-

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tion; Stoney Creek, Ont., Canada; M.E. Club; SAE Secretary; Dean's List {5); Senior Class Senator; Vice-President of Student Senate; Chairman ofT raditions C ommittee.

Pico Rivas, Guillermo, BSEE, Math Option;

La Haba na, Cuba; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Enginee rs. Prozny, Stanley J., BSAeE; American Insti-

tute of Aeronautics and Astronautics; Sigma Phi Epsilon; lntram urals.

Satkamp, Gary A., BSME; Union City, In-

diana ; President's List {I); Dean's List {3); Society of Automotive Eng ineers. Shelley, Danny R., BSME, Math Option;

Eaton, Ohio.

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Stanton, Robert l., BSEE ; A t hens, Tennessee.

Wasielewski, Theodore A., BSPh, Math Option; South Bend, Indiana; President' s List (5); Dean 's List {I); Physics C lu b President and Sec'y-Tr.; Varsit y Socce r.

Woodward, Robert N., BSEE; Sinsburg, Con necticu t; Dean 's List {2); Dorm G overnor; Track; Cross Country.

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Bronnenberg, Gale H., BSME; Selma, Indiana; Intra-

Shrira, Aharon, BSME, Math Option; Netanya, Israel;

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Alpha Epsilon Pi.

Cly Jr., Arnold E., BSM E; Bedford, Indiana .

Utrias, Charles J., BSEE, Math Option; Fort Wa yne,

Dreher, Dale A., BSME; Springfield , New Jersey; Dean's List (I); Tau Kappa Epsilon; Weight Lifting Club.

Hofmann, John F., BSME; Un ion, New Jersey; Mechan ical Engineering Club.

Knepper Sr., Delbert M., BSEE; Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Indiana.

Van Houten, Judson D., BSEE; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Iota Tau Kappa; President's List (I); Dea n's List (I); Who' s Who Among Students In American Universities & Colleges; IEEE.

Vargo, Jess R., BSEE. Electronics Option, Math Option; South Bend , Indiana .

Mueller, W. David, BSPh; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Dean's List (4).

Weber, Jr., Harold F., BSCh; Chicago, Illinois;

Plichta, "William J., BSChE; Fort Wayne, Ind iana;

Zimmerman, Alan L., BSEE, Electronics Option; Fort

Chemical Engineering Society; Alpha Omega Tau; Basketball.

President's List (I); American Chemical Society. Wayne, Ind iana; IEEE.

Seitler, Richard P., BSM E; Coldwater, Michigan; President's List; Dean's List.

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Bennett, Steven P., BSM E ~ New Have n, I n d iana~ Phi Kappa T heta~ Society of Auto-

motive Enginee rs; Flying Cl ub.

J., BSM E: Barq uisimeto, Venezuela; Mechanical C l u b ~ Dea n's List ; Pres. and Sec. of Association of Latin American Students. Bracho, Francisco

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BSEE : Oriska ny Falls, New York~ Sigma Pi Frate r nity~ Counselor; Pe p Band, P res . ~ Ame rica n Red C ross Drive, C hairman; Dean's List. Castellucci, Anthony A.,

Demato, Richard G., BSM E. Rocheste r, New

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Dimarco, Anthony, B S ME ~ Waterloo, New

Yo rk; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Social Chairman; Inter-Fraternity C o un c il~ Intramural Sports. Durst, Richard, BSMat h ~ Erie, Pe nnsylvan ia;

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Dwenger, Thomas A., BSM E; St. Ma ry's, Oh io; Mechn ical Engi neering C lu b; Society of Automot ive Engi nee rs; Nu cle us Staff, Reporte r, News Edito r, Assistant Editor. Fowler, John T., BSA E; A ugusta . Maine ; A me rican Institut e of Ast rona ut ics a nd Aerona utics, Preside nt ; Society of Automot ive Engi nee rs; Dea n's List; A.I.A.A. O utstan ding Achieveme nt Awa rd.

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Gotthilf, Harry, BSEE; Ba rra nquilla , C olombia; Dea n's List; Soccer; I.E. E.E. Holter, Bruce A., BSEE ; Beech Cree k, Pe nnsylvan ia.

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Jurek, William 8., BSME ; East Amhe rst . New York; Society of Automotive Engineers; Sigma Phi Delta, Pledgemaster and Ho use Manager; InterFrate rnity Sports; Intram ural Sports. Kilmurry, John M., BSEE; Fort W ayne, Ind ia na; Dea n's List; President' s List; I.E.E.E. , Pres.; G .D.I. , Pres.; Varsity Go lf; Varsity Te nn is; Int ramura l Footba ll.

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Kramer, Albert A., BSCE; Indianapolis, Indiana; Alpha Omega Tau, Pres. and VicePres.; A.S.C.E. Student Chapter. Lohmann, William R., BSCE; Trucksville, Pennsylvania; Dean 's List; A.S.C.E.; A.W.A.; Alpha Omega Tau, Treas.

Lucht, Rodney N., BSME; Chicago, Illinois; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Mandel, Joseph, BSEE; Dean's List, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.

Meredith, John F., BSEE; Monroeville, Indiana; Dean's List (10}; President's List (1}. Ostrander, Paul G., BSEE; Ottawa Lake, Mich.; President's List; Iota Tau Kappa; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Alpha Omega Tau, Secretary . •

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Palmer, Robert F., Trucksvil le, Penna .; Dea n's List; Dorm itory Counselor. Woods, Edward, BSCE; Sigma Phi , Rush Cha irm an, Assistant Pledge Master, from Woodlyn , Penna .

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Arend, Basel J., BSME; Wauseon, Ohio. Ashtari, Nostratollah, BSCE; Pishva, Tehran, Iran . Boyd, James L., BSAE; Lewiston, New York. Doyle, Richard E., BSM E; Rocheste r, New York. Knight, David A., BSEE ; Vand illa, New York. Lear, David M., BSEE; Kokomo, Indiana. Ordw~y.

Phillip, BSME; Whitesville, New York.

Renselle, Paul D., BS Math; Fort Wayne, Indiana. Sata, Bhalchandra, BSME; Bombay, India . Stensland, David, BSME; Pt Pleasant, New Jersey. Taylor, Kennard L. Jr., BSChE; Hastings, New York. ' Taso, Victor, BSEE; Elmhurst, New Jersey. Williamson, Darrel, BSME; Portland, Indiana. Wormeck, John J., BSAE; Shavertown, Penna. Zehner, Donald, M. Jr., BS Math; Ashland, Ohio.

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Barnhart, James E., BSCE; Tiffin, Ohio; A.S.C. E.; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Glee Club; Intramura I Sports.

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Blakeslee, David J., Blakeslee, Pennsylva nia; A.I .C. H.E. , Treas.; President's List; Dean's List; Dorm Athletic Director; Intramural Sports; Chemical Eng. Society .

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Bone, David A., BSEE; Pitt s b u r q h, Pennsylvania; I.E.E.E., Treas.; Iota Tau Kappa; President's List. Broshar, Raymond E., BSCE; Fort Wayne, Ind iana; Alpha Omega Tau; Dean's List; A.S.C .E., Corr. Sec.

Bruns, Fred, BSM E; Floral Park, New York; Dean's List; Senior Class Pres.; Theta Xi, Treas. and Pledgemaster ; Tech Ma nor Clu b; lntramurals. Bush, Gary E., BSEE ; Fulton, New York; Dean's List; President's List; I.E.E.E.; Sigma Pi, Treas., Pledgemaster; Interfrate rnity Council; lntramurals.

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Byron, David L., BSM E; North Syra cuse. New York; S.A.E.; A.E.T.M.E.; Sigma Phi Delta. Pres. and Vice-Pres.; Dean 's List.

Chaplin, Ronald N., BSEE; Allentown , Pennsylvan ia; Sigma Eta Epsilon; I.E.E.E.

Chislaghi, Donald A., BSAE; Monongahe la. Pennsylvania; A.I.A.A.; Ph i Kappa Theta. Treas. ; Varsity Soccer; I.F.C. Rep . Clark, Floyd J., BSM E; Ashtabula. Ohio ; A.I.A.A., Mech. En g. Club; Sigma Eta Epsilon. Treas.. Track.

Clark, James W., BSME; Albion. Ind iana Society of Automotive Engineers . Comins, Charles, BSCE; Camden. New York; A.S.C.E.. Pres.; Intramural Sports; Dean's List .

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Crouch, Muriel W., BSEE ; Na shvi lle, Tennessee ; I.E.E.E.; Intra mural Ba sketba ll; President's List; Dean's List . Elston, Gerald W.. BSCh; G rover Hill, Ohio ; A.I.C.H.E.; Sigma Phi Epsilo n; Intramural Sports; Iota Tau Kappa; President' s List, Dean 's List ; Who's W ho Amo ng Stude nts in American Colleges and Universit ies.

Eviston, Thomas P., BSM E; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Sig ma Phi Epsilon; Society of Automot ive Engineers; Int ramural Sports; Dean's List; Preside nt's List . Galbreath, Joseph M., BSC E; Swayzee , Ind iana; A.S.C.E., Vice-Pres. an d Trea s.; Mahara ja h Award in Civil Engin eering .

Geil, Leon H., BSCE ; Fa irport, New York ; Alp ha Omega Tau ; A .S .C.E. ; A.W.W.A. Gerig, Lynn A .• BSEE; Mo nroeville, Indiana; I.E. E.E.; Ke kio nga Amateur Radio Club, Sec. and Vice-Pres.; Varsity Glee Club; Iota Tau Kappa ; President's List; Who's Who Amo ng Student's in American Universit ies and Colleges.

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Hagerty, Dean W., BSCh: Monongahe la,

Pennsylvania; Sigma Phi Delta, Historian; America n Chem ica l Society, Treas. Hoverman, Ronald B., BSEE : Van Wert,

Ohio; Glee C lub; Intram ural Sports; Iota Tau Kappa, Sec. and Trea s.; President's List; Dean 's List; Junior Class Treas.

Hurd, David W., BSEE; I.E.E.E.: Theta Xi ;

Track, Most Valuable Player; I.F.C. Rep.; Dean's List. Kenney, Richard A., BSEE; West Haver-

straw, New York; I.E.E.E.

Koch, John E., BSC E: Lowell, Ohio; New-

man Cl ub; A.S.C.E. , Sec.; Sigma Ph i Delta; A.W.W.A.: Dean's List. Krepich, Daniel P., BS Math; Cleveland,

Ohio; Frosh and Soph. Class Treas.; Sigma Phi Epsilon; ln tramurals: Dean's List.

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Leffe, Peter R., BSME: Baldwin, New York; Student Senate, Vice-Pres.; Flyi ng Club, Intramural Sports; Sports Car Club; Theta Xi, Social Chairman. Lundberg, Dennis, BSCh; Indianapolis, Indiana; American Chemical Society, President; Electrochemical Society; Varsity Fencing; Jeorge Heise Award; Dean 's List.

lynch Gerald E., BSCE; Decatur, Ind iana ; Alpha Omega Tau, Bu siness Manager; Bowli ng . Marshall, Thomas R., BSEE; Colu mbus, Ind iana; Inst it ute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers.

Martin, David P., BSEE; Lancaster, Penn.; Dean 's List; Sigma Eta Epsilon; WITB Business Manager, and Ch ief Announcer. Meadows, Clarence A., BSM E; Greenburg, Ind iana ; Sigma Eta Epsilo n, Pres.; SA E, Pres .; So ph-Class Pres.; Jun io r Class VicePres.; Student Senate; Iota Tau Kappa; Ke kio nga n Fet her; President's List; Dean 's List.

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Palmer, Kenneth Joseph, BSChE; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Sigma Phi Epsilon, VicePres.; Student Senate; IFC; Intram ura I Sports. Pearsall, Raymond, BSM E; Hempstead, New York; Dean's List; Intramural Sports.

Peterson, Jerald, BSCh E; Fort Wayne, Indiana; American Chemical Society, American Chemical Engineers Society; President's List; Dean's List; Maharajah Award in Chemical Enginee ring, Summa Cum Laude. Phelps, Frederick G., BSEE; Conneaut La ke; Penna.; President's List, Dean's List; Institute of Electronic and Electrica I Eng ineers, Pres., Vice-Pres.

Pirrello, Jon R., BSM E; Brooklyn, New York; Phi Ka ppa Theta, Vice-Pres~. Rush Chairman, House Manager; Pres. Sophomore C lass ; Varsity Fencing , C a pta in (3 years). Racey, Frank J., BSEE; Niagara Fa lls, New York; Phi Kappa Theta, President; IFC , Secretary; Intramura l Sports.

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Monroe, Arthur M., BSCE; Highland Fa lls, New York; Ame rican Chemical Society; Society of Chemical Engineers, Pres.; Intramural Sports. Morales, Domingo, BSEE; Judibana Edo. Fa lcon. Ven ezuela; I.E.E.E. ; Latin American Association; International Club.

Murray, James R., BSM E; Leiters Ford, Indiana; M.E. Club; S.A.E. ; lntramu rals; Tech Manor Club; Dean's List; President's List. Nott, Richard N., BSAE; Stafford, New York; A.I.A.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Track, Cross Country; Fencing Teams; Tech Manor Club; Student Senate; Dean's List; President's List.

Nowocien, Thomas A., BSCE; Buffalo, New York; Sigma Phi Delta, Business Manager; Pledgemaster; lntramurals; Dean's List; Iota Tau Kappa. Olshesky, Dale, BSCE; Carleton, Michigan; A.S.C.E.; Alpha Omega Tau.

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Randall, Stephen A., BSAE; Washington, New Jersey; President's List; Dean's List; A.I.A.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Comptroller; Flying Club; Student Senate; Frsh. Class, Vice-Pres. Rautkis, Richard R., BSCh; Easton, Pennsylvania; American Chemical Society.

Ray, Edward A., BSAE {math option); Penn Run, Pennsylva nia; A.I.A.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Flying Club; Tech Manor Club, Governor. Resac, Ronald J., BSM E; Fort Wa yne, Indiana; M.E. Club; S.A.E. Club; President's List; Dean's List.

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Reynolds, Craig, BSME; M.E. Club; S.A.E., Sec.; Dean's List. Riley, Larry P., BSCE; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres. and Historian; American Society of Civil Engineers, Recording Secreta ry; Student Senate; Junior Class Vice-Pres.

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Rogers, John M., BS EE ; East Troy , Wiscon-

sin; IEEE; SAE; Sigma Phi Epsilon, House Manager; Tech Band ; Judo Club; Bowling Team; WI TB. Smeal, Donald R., BSM E; C learfield , Penna.;

Sports Car Club, Treasurer.

Starner, Levere, F., BSCE; Pocono Lane,

Pe nna .; Sigma Eta Epsilon, Vice-President; Inter- Fraternity Cou neil; Deans' List, President's List. BSME ; Freeland, Mich igan; Dean 's List; Mechanical Enginee ring Club. Stimpson,

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Ohio; Dean 's List; Weight Lifting Club. Trotter, Douglas H., BS Math; Ba ltim ore,

Maryland; President's List, Dean's List; Iota Tau Kappa, Vice-President; Tech Manor Club; Student Senate; Varsity Fencing, Captain; Dormito ry Counselor.

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Wingrove, Paul, BSM E; Wharton, New Jersey; M.E. Club; Intramural Sports; Student Senate; Dea n's List. Wood, Michael H., BSCh (math option); Dayton, Ohio; Dean 's List; American Chemical Society; Kappa Alpha Psi; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Track; Varsity Volleyball.

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Ashtari, Nosratollah, BSCE; Pishva, Tehran, Iran. Balser, Jeffrey L., BSEE; Hicksville, Ohio. Boyd, Kenneth L., BSEE; Dallastown , Pennsylvania. Coscia, Charles M., BSAE; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Dougherty, James T., BSEE; Fort Wayne, Indiana. Gaudreau, Dean W., BSCE; Simsbury, Connecticut. Hansen, Robert N., BSEE; Milltown, New Jersey. Hohenberger, William R., BSEE; Defiance, Ohio. Khatib, Ali, BSEE; Tulkarm, Jordan. Kish, John, BSEE; Natrona Hgts., Pennsylvania. Laffkas, Harry P., BSEE; Addison, New York. Loiselle, Robert A., BSEE; No. Providence, Rhode Island. Lomont, Kent A., BSCH; Fort Wayne, Indiana. Luedeman. Joel K., BS Math; Fort Wayne, Indiana . Mink, Charles S. Jr., BSCE; Berona , Pennsylvania. Osborn, John D., BSEE; Ithaca, New York. Profeta, Barry P., BSCh; Youngstown, New York. Schell, Lyle E., BSEE; Evans Mills, New York. Zani, Gian P., BSCE; Brooklyn, New York.

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Bergendahl, Peter A., BSAE; Mohawk, New York. Bogard, Gary, BSEE; Hershey, Penna.

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Cake, Dennis L., BSEE; Hersey, Penna. Clark, Elmer B., BS EE (controls option); Oahu , Hawaii.

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Foster, Michael R., BSC E; Fort Wayne, Indiana. Gardner, Gerald L., BSM E (math option}; Ashtabula, Ohio .

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Janiczek, Raymond, BSME; Gary, Indiana. Kochanski, Robert J., BSEE; Leonardo, New J ersey.

Krayer, Harry J., BSM E; Geneva, New York. Laaker, Garry L., BSChE; Dillsboro, Indiana.

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Laughner, John R., BSCE; Elkland, Penna. Magee, James, BSAE; York, Penna.

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Richardson, Bryan Wayne, BSChE; Evergreen Park, Illinois. Ripka, Frank L., BSME; Donora, Penna.

Sheets, Ronald L., BSCE; Harrisburg, Penna. Scott, Dean K., BSCE; Montpelier, Ohio.

Wareing, Lawrence J., BSME (math option); Fort Wayne, Indiana. Wehr, Penna.

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Blackstone, Donald G ., BSCE ; W orth ington. Ohio. Carlson, Arnold George, BSCh; Vineland. New Jersey. Clouse, Hershel L., BSM E; A lbion. India na. Cunningham, Kenneth W., BSEE; Williamson, New York. Emami, Mohamad Ali, BSCE; Shirez, Iran. Fogle, Gary L., BSChE; Oakwood. Ohio. Gelemey, Oleh, BSEE ; Clifton, New Jersey. Gleave, Terrence J., BSCE; Buffalo. New York. Hall, Clinton 0., BSCh; Fu lton . New York. Hall, Marlin J., BS Math; Fulton, New York. Hearn, Vern Charles, BSEE ; Fort Wayne. Kaszycki, Joseph N., Pittsbu rgh. Penna. Kyler, Lynn E., BSEE; Larwill . Indiana. Levy, James L., BSAE; Cortland, New York. Lynch, James T., BSChE; Niagara Falls , New York. McKim, Charles R., BSCh; Mays La nding. New Jersey. PaHerson, James M., BSEE; G lenside, Penna. Pursell, Lester B., BSM E; Belvidere, New Jersey. Shannon, Robert J., BSEE; Atlanta, Georgia. Wong, Herman, H., BS Math; Chicago, Illinois.

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President Presumably, those of you who have been graduated from Indiana Tech this past year are now ready to apply your knowledge to the solution of problems within your chosen discipline. There is very little else your college can do for you in this respect. The various traumas to which our Country is subjected with unfortunate regularity lead me to request something from you, other than the routine loyalty to your alma mater. If indeed, your education has equipped you to assume some role in the arena of intellectual leadership, then I feel you have an obligation to carry it beyond the scope of your profession. There are groups of people, there are organizations, and there are individuals today who need your help. Because of your education you have this help to give but you must first be concerned, and being concerned, you must then become involved. Shy away from this involvement, as many of our citizens do, and you may find yourself very successful as a professional engineer or scientist but not as a human being. It is possible for our times to change for the better I believe they mu st. This change will occur much more quickly if those of us fortunate enough to have received a college education become involved. Progress, whether it be social or scientific, has never been a spectator sport and t urge you, for Indiana Tech , to leave the grandstand and get on to the field. Edward A. Dugan Jr. 42


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Today's aerodynamics courses are quite different from those of a few years ago since supersonic flow causes significant heating and therodynamics 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-s k i n structures. Mathematics continues 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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The department of Chemical Engineering aims to develop the student into a well rounded, competent. and socially adjusted graduate. The development of the ability to think is paramount. The project method of instruction is used in the laooratory which is equipped with standard pilot plant apparatus such as stills, evaporators, fi lter presses , and mass and energy transfer units. The curriculum covers basic sciences applied science and general subjects, which give a broad foundation enabling the student to be employed in design, operations, sales, teaching, and research.

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Chemistry Chemistry is the science of change, and serves as one of the main foundations for all Science and Engineering. It is one of the essential backgrounds for every educated man in the Technological Age. The Department of Chemistry not only serves to provide instruction in basic Chemistry for all Science and Engineering disciplines, but offers advanced courses in Chemistry for those interested in Research in industry or in further study in Graduate Schools.

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Civil Engineering is the oldest of all the engineering fields. It has always been concerned with projects of both public and private nature that effect the social and economic life of the people. Originally, Civil Engineering was concerned with the construction of bridges, and road building which are still major areas in the civil field. In the last halfcentury, additional areas have been added to the field of civil engineering, such as water supply, waste disposal, city planning, and traffic engineering. These are of importance for the public's health and welfare.


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Electri ca I Engineering Electrical Engineering encompasses many and varied fields. The graduate electrical engineer may find himself working in the field s of radar, guided missiles and satellites , atomic energy, electronic computors, radio communications, television, control systems, power generation and distribution , and other numerous specialized phases of Electrical Engineering Professor Richard Dermer Abdou-Abou Antoune

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Engineering Graphics

Lee Bernhardt, head of th e Eng ineering Graph ics Department Dwight Case

The enginee r must have a thorough knowledge of Engineering Graphics if he is not to be considered an enginee ring " illiterate." This is the language by which the engineer communicates with ot hers of his profession, draft sme n and te chn icians for whose work he is responsible. Industry has indicated that it considers this one of t he most important subjects of which a newly employed graduate enginee r mu st have knowledge. En g ineering Graphics assists in the development of creative ability by training in space visua lizatio n. It develops the powers of analysis and synthesis . It provides a supe rior means of developing and recording ideas for posterity.

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The primary purpose of the English Department in an Engineering College is to teach the engineering student to express himself effectively in both speech and writing. The English Department offers courses in composition , literature, and speech so that th e student may become a well rounded person able to meet the challenges in life.

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Humanities

Dr. Meredith Sprunger. head of the Huma nities Department

The Humanities and Soc ial Scien ces in the college curriculum present th e historic, literary arti s ti ~ and philosophical heritage of our culture along with the accumulat ion of knowledge in the behavioral sciences.

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In our complex society, scientific progress depends on the mathematician. the engineer and many other scientists whose primary tool is mathematics. The department of Mathematics offers a well rounded course for the young mathematician, as well as the essential mathematics for the engineerin g, physics, and chemistry students.

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Physics

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If, as has been said, "this is the atomic age," then this is the age of physics. Nuclear weapons and machines are products of the physics laboratory. Each new day finds the physicist of our nation expanding the horizons of man's knowledge. Therefore, Indiana Institute of Technology meets the need for training in physics by offering basic and advanced courses designed to prepare a student either for direct participation in industry, or for a scientific career of the more traditional type. Leonard Etter

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The ACS student's affiliate of Tech is a Chapter of the American Chemical Society, the world's Ia rgest organization devoted to a single science. The purpose of this club is to create a n d stimulate interest in engineering and to help them academically and socially to become better qualified candidates for future positions. OFFICERS: L-R: Harvey Bransfield, Arthur Ta ylo r, Dr. Laszlo Szegedy advisor; Cra ig Leighty, Raymond Hurtz.

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The Chemical Engineering Society is open to any students in the department. Its purpose is to help develop the student in his profession by disseminating knowledge relating to the practice and theory of chemical engineering for him. ,

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Row I: Jim Barnhart. William Rose. Larry Riley. Dean Scott. Lynn Kyler. Gregory Shekas. John Laughner, Rick Karcz. Row 2: Bob Jackson, Leon H. Geic. Gerald Howard. Ron Brillhart, Ron Champlin, Glenn Cooley, Alan Wright, Paul Gowling, Garry Rickard. Row 3: Robert Ruhl, Advisor; Joseph M. Galbreath, Charles Comins. Cliff Deringer, Martin Hanagan, Steven Petty, Mike Foster, John Youngman. Don Dra ke.

American Society

of Civi I Engineers The Association of Civil Engineers of Indiana Institute ofTechnology is an organization of students and faculty in the civil engineering department. The purpose of the organization is to attempt to communicate to the student some of the difficulties he will experience in his chosen field. This is acc.omplished by inviting as his guest speakers men from different branches of the civil engineering field.

Ron Brillhart, V. Pres.; Charles Comins, Pres.; Joseph M. Galbreath. Treas.; Larry Riley. Sec.; William Rose. Cor. Sec.

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Row I: Advisor, B. L. Dow, S. E. Cart, Bud Woods, J effrey Farnsworth, Ross Hazel. Row 2: Colin Unsworth, John Kidd, Robert Becker, Brian Trhlin, Andy Kimbal, Thomas Page.

Flying Club

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 crosscountry flights are made at slight expense to the members. Membership is open to all students and faculty of Indiana Institute of Technology. The new ''Cessna I SO'' is kept at Smith Field just north of Fort Wayne.

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The Indiana Tech Sports Car C lub' s main objective is t o help its members to more fully enjoy t heir spo rts cars and to improve the d riving skill of the student body . The Club provides for its members a 3 bay ga rage to do the necessary repairs and adjustments on their ca rs. The Club also sets up rallies as a part of its planned events and social fun ction s. The club 's membership is open to any member of the Tec h stude nt body, fa culty. or alumni.

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Society of Automotive

Engineers J effrey W agne r, Chairman; C raig Reynolds, Secretary; Howa rd Macklin, Faculty Adviso r; Marvi n Foust, Treasurer.

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Row I: Barry A. Ehrman , Ri cha rd E. Doyle, Fred Benn, Floyd Clark, Richard J . Meyers. Row 2: Walter Paul. Sec.; John F. Boyle, Pres .; C arlto n Nun ley, Mim Ludbe rg, Bud W o0d s, J ames Herndon . Absent from picture: Mr. Quinn, Advisor; Bill

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The Mechanical Engineering Club is a local affiliate of the Ft. Wayn e section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The objectives of the club are to advan ce, promote, and tea ch new phases of mechanical engineering. This is accomplished by programs which include talks by experienced en gineers, and field trips to industries in the Tri-State area. Membership is restricted to students enrolled in the Mechanical Engineering Department .

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Front, L-R: George Sellner, Gary Trapp , Bill Dri scoll, Don Greene, Ken Hover, Joseph I ngals, Pete Costisick, M ike Bednar, Robert Legore. Back, L-R: J oe Ka szycki, Anthony Pegram , Jerry Jacyno, Bob Heiskell , John W olos, Maurice Herbignat, Terry Rowley, Dick Schul, John Di Bella.

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Counci I 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.

OFFICERS: Joseph Kaszycki, Pres.; Maurice H erbignat , VPres.; J ohn W olos, Treas.; Richard Schul, Sec.

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Ed itor and staff do a littl e

Barry Simonds, editor in chief

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Kekiongan

Office The 1967-1968 Kekiongan is presented to the Students and dedicated to the graduates to help preserve the memories which Indiana Tech has given them. Our thanks go to all of Tech's Professors, Organizations, and students for making it possible for us to present to them with the best of our abilities ... Indiana Tech .

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Tech Manor Club The purpose of the Tec h Ma nor Club is t o promote th e self-government of residence hall students. to represent these students t o t he co!lege administration. to promote scholastic attainment. and to assist in the social development and general welfare of all who live on campus. Membership consists of all male students living in the residence halls at India na Instit ute of Technology.

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Row I: Wa yne Gilbertso n, Howard Living ston, Ke nn eth Pa ige , Timot hy Brown, C harles Loew, J oseph Novak. Row

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The Kekiongan Amateur Radio C lub's objectives are to promote amateur radio activities among interested students and to bring together students who have an interest in practical application of communications. To qualify for membership, a student or faculty member must have a Federal Communications License ranging from novice to advanced. Instruction for this license is provided by the qualified members to those who wish to take the examinations for them.

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We of the staff like to feel t hat we have maintained the rich tradition of the Nu cleus by presenting to the student body all responsible information of concern. Our main intent as the official publication of the campus is to stimulate the minds of our fellow students by presenting noteworthy news. We believe in Indiana Tech and her students, and principles; and we consistently support all organizations and programs that contribute to the growth of the路 college and the students. Whenever controversy atises, we intend to present both sides least we fall prey to. irresponsible reporting.

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Organized in July of 1957, the purpose of the Indiana Tech Student's Wives Club has been to further social activities, acquaintances. and friendship among the wives of students of liT. Wives of all married students of liT are eligible for membership. The club arranges programs of varied types for the members. These range from an address on the social problems of our time by a local authority to bingo or a humorous skit by the members. It is also the purpose of Indiana Tech Students contribute to and work for the good Wives Club to of the College whenever possible. At banquets held twice annually wives of graduating students are prese~ted with their P.H.T. (putting hubby through) degrees.


Row I: David Snyder, Arthur Munger, Roger Rothhaar, Robert Brun o, Marylou Golding, Carl Kinkel. George Hurrell, Rex Grice, . Don Greene. Row 2: Mrs. Vonne Meussling , Robert Hockman, Michael Ihnat, Tom Hessen, Dennis Sensenich, 路David P. Martin, Paul E. Knupke, Dennis Roberts, Peter Beckman, Loretta Ja ckso n. Row 3: Dean Jumper, Steven A. Yokel, F. C. Dobbs, Steve Goldurs, Joseph Adamo, Ronald B. Atchison, Ted Baker, Lee Walter Ill, Judd Van Houten.

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Tech Pep Band Indiana Tech's band was formed through the inspiration of Mr. Paul Arnold two years ago and since then has served to increase school spirit at almost all of the schools functions, elections, basketball games, etc.

Mr. Paul Arnold, Director Mr. Arnold helps a musician in trouble

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Row I, L-R: Jean Goldman, Ed Steier, Herbert Birkman, Louis Korolis. Row 2, L-R: Don Poling, Fred Jaessing, Steven Linkous, Stanton Swartfiguer, Gary Seewer, Michael Wilchek. Row 3, L-R: Terry Rowley, John Ca ins, Vincent Kelble, Richard Brun jes, Tom Gage .

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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 encourage culture and high scholarship, to assist in building of character, to promote college loyalties, to perpetuate friendships, to cement ties within the fraternity membership. OFFICERS: Front, L-R: Terry Rowley, pres.; Herbert Birkman, advisor; Nick Korolis, v-pres.; Tom Gage, treas.; Jean Goldman, corr. sec.; Steven Linkous, rec. sec.

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Front Row, L-R: Glenn C ooley , Al ex Skoczylas, Harvey Bran fie ld, Leona rd Weiser, George Toll. Back Row, L-R: Robert Phil lips, James Bruening , M ick Smith, Ira Rumb erg, Tim Brown, George H urrell .

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Tim Brown and Mick Smith work hard to improve their new house.

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Row I, L-R: Jan Schilling, Bob Niemeyer, Ra ymond Brosha r, Darre l Williamson, Rock Strickler, Thomas Sweeney. Row 2, L-R: Robert Kuras, Donal d W ise, J oseph Scanlon, J ohn Bla ckburn, Jerry Lynch, Don Gillespie , Dw ig ht Walga mu th. Row 3, L-R: Leon Geil, Paul Risin g, H arry Vollkomme r, Thoma s Crouche r, Will iam Plichta , Albert Krammer, Wi lliam Lohma nn. â&#x20AC;˘

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The Alpha Omega Tau social fratern ity became a part of Indiana Institute of Technology in January, 1967. The purpose of this fraternity is to promote fellowship , sociaL scholastic, and recreational activities for its members.

OFFICERS: Jerry Lynch, bu si ness manager; Harry Vollkmmer, chaplain; Albert Kramer, president; William Lohmann, treasurer; Rock Strickler, vice-president.

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Row I: David M assey, Richard Fass ler, J oe Rudmann, Rober t Fassler, Ro be rt Lago re, Th om as M it chel l. Row 2: W ill iam Frederickson, Bru ce Belousof sky , W ay ne Whita c re, Step hen C urrie r, Francis E. W ajciechowsk i, Thomas Burek, Ron Ka ntorak, Dav id Peters, Robert Lyo ns. Row 3: D avi d H urd , J o hn McGivern, M ike Hayzer, St an Grit z, J ohn Valengavich , G ar+ Root, W ill ian M it chell, Ro n M :nto, Leo N ea, Terry W arn er, Ro bert Flipovits. â&#x20AC;˘

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Row I: J. King, J . Kloster, S. Sinkovich, J . Andreeff, M. Gi cale, T. Cin cotta, L. Th ompson, J. Frazer, L. Bennett, B. Alexander, L. Hilbert. Row 2: R. Jumper, F. Boyle, D. Clinton, R. H eiskell, F. Bruns , F. H eiby, W. And erson, P. Kiddon, J. Gleckler, W. Paul , J. Farnsworth.

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First Row. L-R: Phil Love, James Brown, Mike Woods, James Wh itt. Second Row. L-R: Anthony Pegram, Raymond Williams, Halton Williams.

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Row I, L-R: Dav id Schutte, Greg Flinn, Jerry Barcikowski, John Czmyr, James Back, Rodney Bell , Nei l Ha nsen, Ric hard Rockefe ller. Row 2, L-R: M ichael Petruska, George Se llne r, J on Trahan , Mike Feher, Donald Greene, Donald Chislaghi, Ray D'Amore. Row 3, L-R: Richard Boes, Dave Lazo r, Dav id H ull, Rona ld Mazar, J on Pirrello, Richard Karcz, Edward Zeb us.

ea Phi Kappa Th eta offers a brotherhood fraternity fo r the Catholic students at Indiana Tech. Ph i Kappa Theta is an organization that endeavors to promote conduct consistent with good morals, and an active Catholic faith , creating an atmosp here which will stimulate substan t ial intellectual progress and s c h o I as tic achievement; and also to promote principles of fraternal loyalty through brotherhood.

OFFICERS: Donald Greene; v ice-p resid ent ; Greg Flinn, president; J im Ba ck, trea surer ; Ray D'Amore, secretary.

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Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, a fraternity of engineered leadership, recognized certain standards of attainment and gentlemanly conduct to achieve its goals, Each Brother shall exemplify~ these principles by conduct and enforcement in order that the Fraternity may grow and prosper with honor to itself and that the world may ever be convinced of the sincerity of our purpose. Our Brotherhood of m e n, whose ideals and beliefs are those of a modern civilization, and essential to the welfare of our col.:. lege men.


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First Row, L-R: Ray Newcomb, Joe McKonly, B. T. Crockett, And y Dodzik, Fred Ben n, John Beidler. Second Row, L-R: James Goodnoug h, Bill Driscoll, Richard Silverman , Joh n Enea, Ghazi, Braish, Richard Schul. Third Row, L-R: Scott Logan, Robert Christ ianso n, Larry Riley, Robert Polsky, Th omas M oon, Barry Siembor .

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"What's keeping Caesar?"

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Under the leadership of the new coach, Bob Macy, Tech 's 1967 tennis team fought hard with plenty of spirit and vigor. Coming through as outstanding players we re: I . Pete Rakowski 2. John Kloster 3. Bud Woods The near future looks promising with lettermen returning to add spirit and experience to the team.

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Fencing, one of the most interesting sports at Tech proved to be very active in 1967-68. Lead by their captains Niel McBain and Ed Nicholas as well as their coach Henry Wahl. the team always put forth a winning effort.

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Row I: Tom Hesmand. Jim Johnson. Don Glover. Doug Coren. Greg Judice.

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This year's volleyball team was sparked onward not only by the team but also th e Coach, Jerre McManama who in 1966 coached the Ol ympic tea m to a near victory. Tech's team put up an excellent battle all year.

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Students brave t he cold to hea r the speechs of the ca ndidates

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The Li ne up.

Hey! Did yo u see the teeth she has.

Each year t he students of Ind iana Tech do th eir pa rt in helping t he Red Cross obtain precious blood needed in so ma ny ope rations and eme rgency cases across the country. The Bleed- ins are held twice a year, in Fall and Spri ng . During the 1967-68 schco l yea r t he Spring Bleed-i n proved slight ly mo re bloody tha n t he Fa ll' s. Howeve r the students know t he Red Cross appreciated bot h.

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Poor Fellow.

Dona ld Stiener leads the Sprin g drive to victory!

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Mr. Baron proves his powers to many disbelievers. His show proved interesting and enjoyable to everyone especially those involved in the performance.

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Miss Mary McCarthy came to Tech to campaign for her father during the Indiana primaries. Her appearance proved that women can have a lot to 路do with politics, especially when they wear short skirts.

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Barry Goldwater came to Tech to speak at a Banquet for Tech's fel lows and ended up speaking to the students .

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Tech's fellows are citizens who have donated their time and money to Indiana Institute of Technology to further good citizenship and foster education in the United States. They are invited to Tech once a year to a Fellows' banquet to see the progress Tech has made along these lines. This year Senator Barry Goldwater also spoke to the Fellows as a special attraction.

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