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'T. · Yearbpok is ecord :of a ve~y .significant p'tiod . itt the lives or~-. Jitnnber no'f people-~ particwarly the 20.0 T-eob · ·t u-ents wbo;..~re l).eipg ·graduated -in 1969-7p . .:F4r.··Y941 ·· g.~aduates·.

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Curriculum changes, required courses, new faculty, and student-teacher relations are all a part of the job handled by the Vice-President and Academic Dean, Dr. Walter Williams. He is constantly concerned with the overall academic atmosphere on campus and is continually trying to improve it. Dr. W alter Williams, Vice-President and Academic Dean.

Head of Purchasing, Nancy H enderson .

reasurer an • irector o 1nance As treasurer for the college and director of finances, Mr. Mac Fuelber' s office must see that the college's funds are distributed properly and according to the need. With the advent of the college's payroll being put on a computerized sy stem, the finances of Indiana Tech will be run even smoother and more efficiently than ever before.

Mr. Mac Fuelber, Treasurer and Director of Finance.

The office of business manager was reinaugur a ted this year to ease the load of the college treasurer. Filling this position is Mr. Mike Sell. All the nonacademic aspects of the college such as purchasing, the bookstore, the print shop, and the barbershop are all under the control of this office. The business manager works in close coordination with the treasurer to see that the finances of the college are handled properly.

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The dirty-ole-man with all those nasty tickets is head of security Mr. Art Fillman.

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ucation The main responsibility of this office is to help engineering students to find jobs in industry so they can apply what they learn in the class-rooms to actual practical experience. Another service this office provides is financial aid for the students. This aid is in the form of self-help, loans, and scholarships. With these programs, the students can work out his financial problems while here at Indiana Tech.

"-""'erv1ces Serving all Tech students keeps Donald Steiner, Director of the Student Services Office very busy. But he is never too busy to take time out to help those students in trouble or to devote time to the TMC and IFC, which he has helped guide in the past year. Mr. Steiner"s secretary, Becky Dunlap, is always busy doing both office work and many student favors. Mr. Donald Steiner Director of Student Services.

miSSions Mr. Gerhart, Indiana Tech"s admissions director, invites all students in high schools throughout the country, and in other colleges to visit Tech for an informal briefing of what Tech has to offer students. The Student Admissions Board is one of the most recent developments in this office. Through this present students of Tech are used to help recruit new students. Mr. James Dupont head of Cooperative Education.

Director of Admissions Mr. Robert Gerhart.

Head of the Registrar is Mrs. Evelyn Bowyer.

egtstrar The registrar's office handles all the forms, records, and various other information about every student here at Indiana Tech. Much of this is run by a computerized system and with the coming of a micro-filmer they will be able to provide registration and records more efficiently.

eve opment The Director of Development was made into a separate full time office this year. Its responsibilities are for the development of the college facilities and obtaining ~nancial assistance from foundations, corporations, private donators, and the government. The programs that this office finances and institutes will help Indiana Tech grow and expand in the near future . Director of Development Mr. Robert Cox .

.__..o ege e ations The office of College Relations is a many faceted job, but the main three responsibilities are public relations, alumni relations, and placement of students after graduation.

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This office directs many other services such as the tele-fund, artist-celebrity series, commencement, and releases of student activities in home-town newspapers which serves to improve the relations between the college, the students, and the community. Director of College Relations Mr. Larry Bower. Director of College Placement Mrs. Mary Ann Dupont.

The College Placement Office is one of the most important places on the Indiana Tech campus for the graduating senior. From this office many of his first contacts are made with various industry. It is here that the big step is made of finding a position in the business world of today. With the very conscientious help and guiding of Mrs. Mary Ann Dupont, graduating seniors find themselves with the best placement opportunities they could ever ask for.

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The department of Aerospace Engineering has a few plans to improve its programs and facilities for the student. They are trying to set up proposals for financial grants from outside interest to improve their present equipment. These improvements will go for such things as revamping the read-out sys tern on the low speed wind tunnel and improving the shock tubes used in stress analysis. They are also laying out plans for some· new courses such as Boundary Layer Theory, Astradynamics, and Applied Engineering. If all the plans go well, the department of Aerospace Engineering will be able to offer a better education to its Aerospace majors than ever before.

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em1ca • • -.Jng1neer 1ng This past year the department has had two welcomed additions to the staff, Dr. Klemm and Dr. Peterson. The department has a number of plans being set up to improve the education it can give Chemical Engineering students. Some of these programs are; using a new analog computer for senior projects, applying to the National Science Foundation for grants to help students in the laboratories, and audiovisual films of scien tine experiments to help s,t udents in doing their experiments. With the completion of these programs, the Chemical Engineering students will be fully qualifyed to face tomorrow. Dr. David Peterson .

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The curriculum of this department has undergone a major change with respec t to previous requirements. Freshman are no longer required to take the fir st three bas ic courses in English . They may be required to take some of these courses, if their professors in other co urses feel they need to improve in th eir bas ic English . Several new courses are being added, such as literature and life, and modern drama. The English D epartment saw another improvement when th e offices were moved to C rull H all. This enabled the s tudents to receive more effe ctive help in a mo re private atmosphere.

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A new addition to the college this year has been Biology and its ins tru ctor Mrs. M eyer. This course is in the process of becoming a required course for Civil and Electrical Engineering degrees.

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ill en Library of Indiana Tech is engineering and science library in Fort Wayne. It contains over 41,000 books, subscriptions to over 500 periodicals, audiovisual equipment, microfilm reader, tape recorder's, movie projectors, and all the other standard equipment that make up a modern library. The library is open a total of 81 hours a week for studying, reference, or just relaxing. It also offers a valuable service called interlibrary book service for students who need to obtain books from other libraries. Offering all these services, the McMillen Library is one of the most valuable assets of the Indiana Tech campus.

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Library Director Mrs. Ann Wintrode.

Department head, Dr. Meredith Sprunger.

Professor Herbert Birkrnan.

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ec an1ca • • lla...Jngineering ..,: epartment The Mechanical Engineering Department has added three new members to its staff. They are Professor Eddy, whose field of study is Thermodynamics; Dr. Hari, whose main interest is in design; and Dr. Kondic, who pursues the field of Thermodynamics and Nuclear Science. With the addition of these new staff members, the Mechanical Engineering Department can preceed with its revised curriculum for next fall.

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In this rapidly changing world, the need for a solid background in the techno logical field is a requirement for success. The department of physics presents this to the students of Indiana Tech, but it also offers much more for those who make physics their field of study.

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Robert Bausback, BSME

John Belna, BSEE

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Robert Becker, BSME

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Thomas Gardner, BSAE

John Hanagan, BSCE

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Steven Miller, BSME

Rornane Rickels, BSME

Dennis Roberts, BSEE

Joseph Rudrnann, BSME

Rasendu Sanghvi, BSCE

Gregory Shekas, BSCE

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Osman Tugal, BSPh

Phillip Weisser, BSME

Dennis Werling, BSEE

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Steven Yokel, BSM E

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Bryan Cullen, B.S.E.E.

Donald Akey, B.S.M.E.

Gerald Barcikowski, B.S.M.E.

Jay Cummings, B.S.Ae.E.

Bert Freeman, B.S.C.E.

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Louis Grabowski, B.S. E. E.

Ronald Hughes, B.S.E.E.

George Levy, B.S.Ch.E.

James Gucinski, B. 5 . E. E.

Richard Kallens, B.S.C. E.

Clifton Myers, B.S.Math

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Haruo Nagano, B.S. E. E.

John Naunas, B.S.E.E.

Raymond Quinter, B.S.Ch .E.

Ira Rumberg, B.S.M .E.

Lee Walter, III, B.S.E.E.

Edward Zebus, B.S.E.E.

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Syed Ahmed, B.S.Ch.E.

David Baker, B.S.E.E.

William Barber, B.S.E. E.

Daniel Beckman, B.S.E.E.

Peter Beckmann, B.S.E.E.

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Michael Bak, B.S.Ae.E.

David Bauer, B.S.M . E.

Thomas Bell, B.S.M.E.

Melvin Black, B.S.E.E.

Bruce Belousofsky, B.S. E. E.

Bernard Bingham, B. S.M . E.

Richard Boes, B.S.Ae. E.

Ted Brindle, B.S.Ae. E.

Craig Brown, B.S.Ch.E.

James Bru en ing, B.S.C h .E.

Richard Brunjes, B.S.M .E.

Robert Burkett, B.S. Chemistry

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Thomas Cincotta, B. S.M . E.

D o nald Currie, B.S.Math

D ennis Day, B.S.M .E .

T erry Divelbiss, B.S. E. E.

Michael Fischer, B.S. E. E.

John Enea, B.S.M .E.

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Stephen Hoetzer, B.S. C. E.

Raymond H ertz, B.S.Chemistry

William Hildebrand, B.S.M .E.

M arvin Hoo t, B.S.M ath

George Hurrell, B.S.Ae.E.

Shaukat Hussain, B.S.Ch .E.

Thomas Jurczak, B.S.M .E.

John Lazer, B.S.M .E.

Neal McBain, B.S.Ae.E.

Ronald Kantorak, B.S.M .E.

David Lazor, B.S.Ae.E.

David Massey, B.S.M .E.

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Nickolas Kozumplik, B.S.M .E.

John Linsenmeyer, B.S.M.E.

Michael Petruska, B.S.M .E.

Zahir Quraeshi, B.S.C h.E.

Ro nald Rich ard, B.S.Ch .E.

Jack Rosenthat B.S.E.E.

Leonid Rosynsky, B.S.Ch .E.

Lloyd Rumble, B.S.M .E.

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Roger Schaadt, B.S.E.E.

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Daniel Schellenbach, B.S.E.E.

Lee Schlosser, B.S.Chemis try

Alan Seagren, B.S. E. E.

Roger Sentman, B.S.E.E.

William Smith, B.S.M .E.

Dhirajlal Sojitra, B.S.Ch .E.

Dennis Taus, B.S.E.E.

Robert Taylor, B.S. E.E.

David Southard, B.S.M.E.

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M afa tlal Thakkar, B.S.Ch .E.

John Thom as, B.S.M .E.

Gary Trapp, B.S.Ch.E.

H arry Vollkommer, B.S.E.E.

Richard W eber, B.S.M ath

Heinz W egener, B.S.E.E.

Gerald William son, B.S.Ch.E.

Alan Wright, B.S.C.E.

Paul Zemany, B.S.Physics

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Joseph Adamo, B.S.E.E.

David Baumann, B.S.Physics

Merle Cramar, B.S.Ae.E.

Kenneth Crooke, B.S.M. E.

Richard Fassler, B.S.M .E.

Robert Fassler, B.S.M.E.

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Thomas Drake, B.S.C.E.

William Frederickson, B. S.M .E.

Roger Gibbs, B.S.Ae. E.

Thomas G ully, B.S.Ae. E.

Jack Height, B.S.M .E.

D ouglas Hontz, B.S.Ae.E.

Tong-Hsing Hsu, B.S.M .E.

Mich ael Ihnat, B.S.Ae.E.

Dmetro lwasyszyn, B.S.Physics

Douglas Konkle, B.S.M .E.

Nick Korolis, B.S.M .E.

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Leo Largura, B.S.Ae. E.

Terry Miller, B.S.M.E.

Roderick MacKenzie, B.S.Math

John M cGivern, B.S.M .E.

Ronald Minto, B. S.M. E.

Frank Motycka, B.S.M .E.

Kenneth Paige, B.S.Ae.E.

Thomas Pallone, B.S.Ae.E.

John Pressler, B.S.M .E.

John Reale, B.S.E.E.

Richard Schwarzbach, B.S.E.E.

Hal Shiarla, B.S.M .E.

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John Schach, B.S. M .E.

Terry Skiles, B.S.Ae.E.

Russell Stoss, B.S.E.E.

David Svereika, B.S.E.E.

Kishore Vaidya, B.S.M. E.

Robert Trumbower, B.S.M.E.

Lawrence Thompson, B.S.M .E.

Anthanasios Voutsas, B.S.Ae.E.

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ra uattng Adamo, Joseph A. B.S. E. E.- Summer 1970 Insti tute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Nucleus S taff WITB (Disc Jockey- Record Coordina to r) Ahmed , Syed H . B.S.Ch.E.- Spring 1970 M uslim S tudent Association Chemical Engineering Society (Secretary) Dean 's Lis t (3) Akey. Do nald J B.S.M E.- W inter 69-70 Mechanical Club Society of Automo tive Engineers (Chairman) Dean's L1st- (2) Auer, Kenneth R. B.S.C. E.- Fall1969 Alpha Omega Tau American Society of Civil Engineers Newman Clu b (President) Bak, M ichad 1. B.S Ae.E.- Spring 1970 Sigm a Phi Epsilo n Uunior M arshall) American Ins titute of Aeronautics & Astro nautics Interfraternity Council Varsi ty Track Dean 's Lis t (1) Baker, David C. B.S. E. E - Spring 1970 Institute o f Electrical and Electronic Engineers (Treasurer) Dean 's Lis t (1) Barber, Jr .. Will iam J. B.S. E. E.-Spring 1970 Sigm a Ph i Epsilo n Amateur Radio C lub (Presiden t) Barciko wski. Gerald F. B.S.M .E.- Winter 69-70 Phi Kappa Theta (Treasurer) M echan ical Engineering Club Society of Au to mo tive Engineers In ter- Fraternity Council (Secretary) ln tramurals Bau er. David M . B.S.M .E.-S pring 1970 M echanical Engineerin g Club Society of Automotive Engineers Iota T au Kappa H ono rary Fraternity Dean's List (5) Baum ann, David A. B.S. Ph ysics-Summer 1970 Presid ent's List (3) Dean's List (2) Bausback, Ro bert W . B.S.M .E.- Fall69 President's List (1) Dean' s List (2) Becker, Ro bert J. B.S.M .E.- Fall69 S igma Ph i Delta (Chief Engineer, Secretary) Io ta Tau Kappa Indiana T ech Flying Club Who' s Who in American Universities And Colleges President's List {5) Dean' :; List (2) In tramurals Beck m an, Daniel L. B.S E E.- Spring 1970 Sigm a Ph i Delta (Secretary, Pledgemaster) Institu te of Electrical and Electro nic Engineers (Secretary) Interfra ternity Council (Secretary) Dean' s Lis t (2)

Beck mann, Peter V. B.S. E. E.-Spring 1970 Ins titute o f Electrical and Elec tronic Engineers WITB Rad io S tation Io ta Tau Kappa Ho norary Fraternity (Vice President) President's List (1 ) Dean's List (5) Bell, T hom as 1. B.S.M .E. Dean's List (3) Belna, John M . B.S.E.E.- Fall1969 lns titu e of Electrical and Electro nic Engineers

T ech Fo rum Fort Way ne Council of Colleges Natio nal S tudent Register Kekionga Feather Award President's List (1) Dean' s List (5) Capta in of Varsity Fencing T eam (Epee) lntramura ls Brunjes, Richard A. B.S.M .E.- Spring 1970 Society of Automotive Engineers Kekionga Amateur Radio Clu b Dean 's List (3) Burkett, Robert D . B.S. Chem istry- S pring 1970 Sigma Phi Epsilon (Vice-Presiden t, Rush Chairman, Alumni Relatio ns) American Chem ical Society (Vice-President) Interfraternity Council President's Lis t (1) Dean's List (1) ln tramurals

Belousofsk y. Bruce B.S.E.E.-Spring 1970 Theta Xi (Piedgemaster) Kekionga Amateur Radio Club Intramural Sports Bennett, Edwin N . B.S.M .E.-Spring 1970 Sigma Ph i Epsilon

Byrne, 1ames E. B.S.M .E.- S ummer 1970

Bingham, Bernard R. B.S.M .E.- Spring 1970 Society of Automotive Engineers M echan ical Engineering Clu b President' s List (1) Dean's List (3)

C hizmar, David R. A.A.G.E.- Winter 69-70 • Sigm a Ph i Delta lntramurals

Black , Melvin E. B.S.E.E.-Spring 1970 Sigma Phi Delta (Secretary. Pledgemaster. C haplin) Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (Treasurer) Physics Club Kekiongan Yearbook (Editor, A ssis tant Editor) S tudent Admissions Bo ard Ad-Hoc Commi ttee Dorm Counselo r (two years) H enry Caswell Eng ineering Graphics Award Dean's Lis t lntramurals

Cincotta, Thomas A. B.S.M .E.- S pring 1970 Theta Xi (Secretary, Treasurer ) Senior Class (Secretary-Treasurer) Dean' s Lis t (2) lntramurals Cooley, Glen n. D . B.S.C.E.-Fall1 969 Alpha Epsilon Pi (President. H ouse Manager) American Society of Civil Engineers C ramar, Merle E. B.S.Ae.E.-S ummer 1970 Delta Sigma Phi American lns titu te of Aero nautics and Astro nautics Dean's List (2)

Boes. R ichrd C. B.S.Ae.E.-S prin g 1970 Phi Kappa Theta (Secretary) Dean· s List (1 ) Brindle, T ed B. B.S.Ae.E.-Spring 1970 Sigma Phi Epsilo n (Recorder, Contro ller) Freshman C lass Vice President Sophomore C lass Secretary Studen t Senate G lee Club Dean's L1st (2) lntramurals Brown, C raig D . B.S.Ch.E.- S pring 1970 Chem ical Engineering Society (Vice-President) S tudent Senate {Representative, Vice-President- 2) Dormitory Counselor Bowling League President's List (3) Dean's List (5) Who' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges lntramurals Bruening, 1ames 1. B.S.Ch .E.-Spring 1970 Alpha Epsilon Pi (Piedgemaster, Ru sh Chairman, Member- at-Large on Executive Committee) American C hemical Society C hemica! Engineering Society (Vice-President) Nucleus (Associate Editor, News Edito r) Ad Hoc Committee (Secretary) Interfraternity Council (Greek Week Chairman ) S tudent Senate (President, Secretary) Student Bo dy President

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Crooke, Kenneth E. B.S.M .E.-Summer 1970 Sigma Pi Dean's List (1) Cullen, Bryan L. B.S.E.E.-W inter 69-70 Alpha Omega Tau lnstitue o f Electrical and Electronic Engineers President's lis t (2) Dean's List {5) C ummings, 1ay L. B.S.A.E.- Winter 69-70 Current, Lee A. B.S.M .E.- Winter 69-70 Iota Tau Kappa President's List (5) Dean's List (1) Currie, Donald E. B.S. Math-Spring 1970 Varsity Tennis (C aptain) C zmyr, John J. B.S. Math- FaU 1969 Phi Kappa Theta (Vice-President) Dean's Lis t (1) Dammer, Richard B.S.A.E.-Fall1969 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Varsity Go lf Team Weightlifting Club President's List (1) l ntramurals Darstein, Schuyler R. B.S.M .E.-Fall1969 Day , Dennis M . B.S.M .E.-Spring 1970 Society of Autom o tive Engineers Mechanical Engineering Club (Secre tary-Treasurer) D ean ' s Lis t (4) Dhake, Somnath 0 . B.S. Chem istry- Fall1 969 Divelbiss, Terry l. B.S.E.E.-Spring 1970 Sigm a Ph i Epsilon (Activities Chairman) Ins titue o f Electrical and Electronic Engineers (Chairman ) Dean's List (2)

G ardner, Thomas H . B.S.A.E.- Fall1 969 Phi Kappa Theta G leckler. James L. B.S.C. E.- S pring 1970 D ean' s Lis t (2) G rabo wski, Lou is J. B.S. E. E.- Winter 69-70 Sigma Pi Institute of Electrical and Electron ic Engineers Dean ' s List (2) lntramurals Gucinski, James A . B.S.E.E.- Winter 69-70 Dean's List (1) G ully, Tho mas F. B.S.Ae.E.-Summer 1970 American Institute of Aernoau tics and A s tronautics

DiVita, C harles J. B.S.Ch.E.-Spring 1970 Tau Kappa Epsilon Intramurals

Habibi, Ali B.S.Ch. E.-Spring 1970 C hem ical Engineering Society Dean 's List

Dodd, Michael M . A.A.G.E.-Spring 1970 Amateur Radio Club (Act. Manager) Nucleus (Pho tographer) President' s List (1)

Hale . Charles D . B.S.M . E.- S pring, 1970 Basketball (2)

D rake, Tho mas D . B.S.C. E.-Summer 1970 S igma Phi Epsilo n (House M an ager ) American Society of Civil Engineers (Recording Secretary) Dean 's Lis t (4 ) Enea, 1ohn A . B.S.M .E.-Spring 1970 Tau Kappa Epsilon (freasurer, Secretary) Fassler, Richard H . B.S.M .E.-Summer 1970 Theta Xi (Vice-President, Senior H ouse Manager) Society of Auto mo tive Engineers Flying Club Intramurals Fischer, M ichael j . B.S.E.E.-Spring 1970 Institute of Elec trical and Elec tronic Engineers Counselor Flinn, G regory E. B.S.M .E.- Fall1969 Phi Kappa Theta (Presid ent) Dean' s List (1) Foster, Robert F. B.S.M .E.-Spring 1970 Sigm a Phi Epsilon Society of Automotive Engineers American lnstitu te of Aernoau tics & Astronautics Dean' s Lis t (1) Frederickson, William E. B.S.M .E.-Summer 1970 Theta Xi (Senior House Manager) Society of Automotive Engineers Dean' s List (1)

Freeman. Bert F. B.S.C.E.-Winter 69-70 American Society of Civil Engineers Dean' s List (2) lntrarnurals Fulmer, Thomas C. B.S.C. E.-Fall1969 D ea~ 路 s Lis t (1) Ganhs, Lloyd P. B.S.E.E.-Winter 69-70 Institute of Elec trical and Elec tronic Engineers Weightlifting Club

Varsity Soccer Dean' s List Hover, Kenneth W . B.S.M .E.- Spring 1970 Sigma Pi Interfraternity Co unci l Bowling Club (Presiden t, Treasurer) Fort Way ne Rugby Club President' s List (2) Dean' s List (1) Hughes, Ronald W . B.S.E.E.- W inter 69-70 S igma Phi Delta Iota Tau K appa Institute of Electr ical and Elec tro n ic Engineers Kekiongan Yearbook Pho tograph er S tudent Admissio n s Board Presiden t's Lis t (4) Dean' s Lis t (4 ) lntramurals

Hulli nger, Lee Jr. B.S.E.E.- Fall1969 Alpha Omega Tau Insti tute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Dean' s Lis t (6)

H anagan, Jo hn M . B.S.C. E.- Fall1969 American Society of Civil Engineers Newman Club Hayzer, M ichael A . B.S.M .E.- Fall1969 Theta Xi (Social Chairman) Newman C lub Varsity Track In tram urals H eight, Jack L. B.S.M .E.- Summer 1970 Alpha Sigma Phi (Vice-President, President) Dean' s List (2.) Hertz, Raymo nd K. B.S. C hemis try- Spr ing 1970 Inter- Varsity Chmtian Fello wsh ip Amer ican Chemical Socie ty (President) President's List (10) Hildebrand, William B.S.M .E.-Spring 1970 Mechanical Engineering C lub Society of Autom o tive En gineers (Secretary) Fort Wayne Engineer's Week Award President's Lis t (2) Dean 's List (3) Hoelzer, S tephen M . B.S.C. E.-Spring 1970 Alpha Omega Tau American Society of Civil Engineers (Presid ent) Flying Club Io ta Tau Kappa H o norary Fraternity H enry Caswell Engineering G raphics Award Dean's List President's List Holbrook, Michael R. B.S.A.E.-Fall1 969 S igma Ph i Epsilon Iota Tau Kappa President's List (8) Dean's List (2) Hantz, D o uglas J. B.S.Ae.E.-Summer 1970 S igma Phi Epsilo n (Comptro ller) Soccer Dean 's list (1) Hoot, Marvin]. B.S. Math-Spring 1970 Sigma Phi Epsilon Varsity Track (Captain)

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Hunsicker, Robert R. B.S.E.E.- Fall1969 Alpha Sigma Ph i (T reasurer, Secretary) Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Physics C lub Hu rrell, II, George L. B.S.Ae.E.-Spring 1970 Alpha Epsilo n P i (Vice-President, Secretary) Sen ior Class (Vice-Presid ent) Junior Class (President) American Ins titute of Aeronautics & A stro n autics Io ta Tau K appa H o norary Fraternity (President) W all S treet Jo urnal Student Achievement Award President' s Lis t (10) Hu ssain, Shau kat B.S.Ch.E.-Spring 1970 Chemical Engineering Society (President, Vice- President) Mu slim Student A ssociation (President) President' s List (2.) Dean' s List (1) Ihnat, Michael B.S.Ae.E.-Summer 1970 Sigma Phi Epsilo n American Institute of Aeronautics and As tro nautics W ITB (Station M anager) D ean' s List (1) lntramurals lwasyszyn, Dmetro B.S. Physics-Surrvner 1970 Alpha Sigma Ph i (Hou se M anager ) American Institute of Physics (Treasurer) Ins titute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers S tudent Lab Assis tant- Ph ysics Dep t. Jennings, G ale L. B.S. M ath-Fall1969 Theta Xi (President) W eightlifting Club Dean ' s List (4) ln tramurals Jurczak, Thomas R. B.S.M .E.-Spring 1970 Society of Automotive Engineers American Society o f M echanical Eng ineers Presid ent' s List (3) Dean ' s Lis t (1) Kallens, Richard F. B.S.C.E.- Winter 69-70 American Society o f Civil Engineers I. I. T . Bowling League (Vice-Presid ent) D ean ' s List (1) lntramurals

Kantorak.Ronald M . B.S.M .E.-Spring 1970 Theta Xi (Treasu rer, Pledgem as ter) T ech Manor Club (Chairman of Board) Cross Country Track Dean' s List (2) lntramurals Kelble, Vincent N. B.S.M .E.-Fall1969 Alpha Sigma Phi (President, Secretary) Society of Auto mo tive Engineers In terfraternity Council Konkle. Do uglas R. B.S.M .E.-Summer 1970 Alpha Omega Tau (Bu siness Man ager) Society of Automo tive Eng ineers (Treasurer) Caswell Engin eering D rawing Award President's List (1) Dean 's List (4) Korol is, Nick B.S.M .E.-Summer 1970 Alpha Sigm a Ph i Society of Automo tive Engineers Kovaleski, John K. B.S.C. E.-Spring 1970 Sig ma Phi Epsilon Varsi ty Baseball (4 y rs) Varsi ty Soccer (3 yrs) Dean's Lis t (5) ln tramurals Kozu mplik, Jr., N1cho las B.S.M .E.-Sprmg 1970 Socie ty of Automo tive Engineers Lane, Gary P. B.S. M .E.-Spring 1970 Socie ty of Auto mo tive Engineers Assistant Presiden t of S tudent Bod y S tudent Senate (Vice-Presiden t) Chairman of Food Commi ttee Dean's Lis t (2) Largura, Leo j ., Jr. B.S. Ae.E.-Summer 1970 American Ins titute of Aeron au tics and Astronautics Laser, John H . B.S.M .E.-Spring 1970 Alpha Omega T au (President, Bu siness Manager) Dormitory Counselor Cas well Engineering Drawing Award President's List (1) Dean 's Lis t (1) Lazo r, David A. B.S.Ae.E.- Spring 1970 Ph1 Kappa Theta (Treasurer) Varsity Fencing (1) President's List (1) Dean's List (6) lntramurals Lee, H i Soo B.S. Ph ysics- Spring 1970 Levy, George B.S.CH .E.- Winter 69-70 American C hemical Society American Institute of C hemical Engineers Delta Sigma Ph i (President) Dean 's Lis t (2) Linsenmeyer, john M . B.S.M .E.- Spring 1970 T au Kappa Epsi lo n (Presiden t, Alumni Direc to r) S tudent Senate Interfraternity Council S tudent Adm issions Bo ard Food Service Committee I nd •ana T ech Bowling League Dean 's List (4 ) M cBain, Neal . C. B.S.Ae. E.- Spring 1970

Fen cing Team (Captain) Dean's list (1)

Fencin g Team (3 yrs) junior Class (Secretary-Treasurer) Dean 's List (2)

M acKenzie, Roderick A. B.S. M ath- Summer 1970

Petruska, Michael j . B.S.M .E.- Spring 1970 Phi Kappa Theta (President, Pledge Instruc to r, Ru sh Chairman ) Interfra ternity Council Dean's List (3)

M ar tinka, Gary A . B.S.M .E.- W inter 69-70 Dean 's List (5) Massey, David T . B.S.M .E.-Spring 1970 Theta Xi M echanical Engin eering Club (Presiden t) Io ta Tau Kappa H onorary Fraternity Who 's Who in American Colleges and Universi ties President's list {6) D ean's List {4 ) M eyers, Richard J. B.S.M .E.- Fall 1969 Mechanical Engineers Club (Secretary) Dean's Lis t (3)

Phillips, james D . B.S. M ath- Spring 1970 Dean 's Lis t (1) Pressler, jo hn D . B.S.M .E.-Summer 1970 Quinter, Raymond C. B.S.Ch.E.-Winter 69-70 C hemical Engineers Society

M iller, Steven V. B.S.M .E.- Fall 1969 Sigma Pi Mechanical Engineers Club Dean's Lis t (1)

Quraesh i, Zahir A. B.S.Ch.E.-Spring 1970 Chem ical Engineering Society Muslim S tudent's Association Io ta Tau Kappa Ho no rary Fraternity Presid ent's List (3) Dean 's List (3)

M into, Ro n ald F. B.S. M . E.-Summer 1970 Theta Xi M echanical Engineering Club Weight Lifting D ean's List (1) Intramural Football, Volleyball

Reale, john N . B.S.E.E.-Sum.mer 1970 Dorm Governor T ech Manor Club (Secretary ) Ins titute of Electrical and Electro nic Engineers Dean's List.(2) ln tramurals

M o lnar, Bradfo rd B.S.E.E.-S pring 1970 Sigma Phi Epsilon (Correspo nding Secretary)

Richard, Ro n ald L. B.S.Ch.E.-Spring 1970 Amer ican lnstitu te of C hem ical Engineers Amer ican Chemical Society (Secretary) Iota T au Kappa Ho norary Fra ternity (Secretary-Treasurer) Caswell Engineering Drawing Award Presiden t's Lis t (2) Dean's list (9)

M otycka, Fr,mk H . B.S.M .E.-Summer 1970 Varsity Baseball M yers, Clifton C. B.S. M ath- Winter 69 -70 Nucleus (Edito r) S tudent Sen ate (Secretary) Ad H oc Committee Senior Math Award Who 's Who in American Un iversi ties and Colleges H igh Dorm Average Award President's List (11 ) Nagano , Haruo B.S. E. E.-W inter 6 9-70 Alpha Omega Tau Ins titute o f Electrical and Electro n ic Engin eers Dean 's List (1 ) Naunas, j oh n S. B.S. E. E.-Winter 69-70 Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers President's List (1 ) Dean's Lis t (1 ) O chs, Leonard R. B.S.Ch .E.-Spring 1970 Basketball (4yrs) Volleyball (3 yrs) Track (2 y rs) Dean's List (2 ) Paige, Kenneth A . B.S.Ae.E.- Summer 1970 American Institute of Aeronautics and As tronautics (President) Kekio nga Amateur Radio Club (Treasurer and Secretary) Tech Forum Ad Hoc Committee Mach 4 Head Counselo r (2 } Resident Dorm Counselo r The COVE- Chairman of the Bo ard Dean's List (3 ) Pallo ne, Thomas ) ., Jr. B.S.Ae.E.- Summer 1970 American Institute of Aernoautics and Astronautics

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R ickels, Ro mane j . B.S.M .E.-Fall1969 Alpha Omega Tau (Chaplin) Society of Autom o tive Engineers Dean's list (5) Rober ts, Dennis C. B.S.E.E.-Fall1969 Institute of Electrical and Elec tron ic Engineers (Treasurer) W .I.T.B. (Engineer) G lee Club Rosenthal, jack W . B.S.E.E.-Spring 1970 Theta Xi(Sen ior House Manager, Scholastic Chairman) lnstitu te of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Student Senate Tech Manor Club Bowling League (Secretary) Sen ior Class (President) Iota Tau Kappa Honorary Fraternity (Vice- President) Rosynsky, Leonid B.S.Ch.E.- Spring 1970 Sigma Ph i Delta (Pledgemaster) Dorm Counselor (2) Ad-Hoc Committee (1) Manager, Student Facilities American Institute of Chemical Engineers Chemical Engineering Society Dean's lis t (4) Rudmann, joseph T . B.S.M .E.- Fall1969 Theta Xi lntramurals Rumberg, Ira A. B.S.M .E.-Winter 69-70 Alpha Sigma Pi American Institute of Aeronautics and Astro nautics Society of Automotive Engineers Nucleus

Rumble, Lloyd B. B.S.M .E.- Spring 1970 Alpha Epsilon Pi (Scribe & Lieuten ant Master) Society o f Auto mot ive Engmeers Mechanical Eng ineering C lub (Vice- Presid ent) Junior Class (Vice- Presid ent) S tudent Senate Io ta Tau Kappa Ho norary Fraternity (Secre tary-Treasurer) President's List (3 ) Dean's Lis t (7 ) Sajnani, Hashu T . B.S.M .E.-Spring 1970 India Associatio n (Vice- President) D ean's Lis t (1) Sanghvi, Rasenduh B.S.Ch.E.- Fall1 969 C hem ical Engineering Society India A ssociatio n (President) Schaad t, Roger B.S. E. E.-Sp ring 1970 Ins titute of Electrical and Elec tro n ic Eng ineers Io ta Tau Kappa Ho no rary Fratern ity (President) President's Lis t (4) Dean's List (3 ) Schach, John B.S. M . E.- Summer 1970 Sigma Pi Schellenbach, Daniel T . B.S. E. E.- Spring 1970 Institute of Elec trical and Electron ic Engineers (Secretary) Presiden t's List (2) Dean' s Lis t (2) Schlosser, Lee W . B.S. Chemistry-Spring 1970 American Ins titute o f Chemical Eng ineering American Chemical Society (Presid ent) Dean's Lis t (7 ) Schurdell, Melvin C. B.S.M .E.- Winter 69-70 Sigma Phi Epsilon Society o f Autom o tive Eng ineers Mechanical Engineers Club Schutte, David P. B.S.M .E.- Falll969 Phi Kapp Theta Society of Automotive Engineers Mechanical Engineers Club (Vice- President) Varsity Golf Team (4) Intramurals Schwarzbach, Richard J. B.S.E.E.- Summer 1970 Insti tu te of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (Project Committee) Kekionga Amateur Radio Club (Treasurer) Seagren, Alan A. B.S.E.E.- Spring 1970 Sigm a Phi Epsilon (Social Chairm an, Vice-President) Institu te of Electrical and Elec tronic Engineers Varsity Volleyball Varsity Soccer

Si tes , j ohn D B.S.M .E.-Fall1 969 Sig m a Phi D elta (President, Vice-President) ln tramu rals D ean's List (2) Sk iles. Terry W . B.S.Ae.E.-Summer 1970 Dean 's Lis t (6) Smith , W ill iam R. B.S.M .E.-Spr ing 1970 Alph a Omeg a T au Society of Auto mo tive Engineers (Co-Chai rman ) D ean's Lis t (2) Soji tra, Dh irajlal K. B.S.Ch.E.-Spring 1970 Southa rd, David P. B.S.M .E.-S p ring 1970 S igma Ph i Epsilo n Socie ty of Auto mo tive Eng ineers Co-op D ean's List S toss, Jr., Russell I. B.S. E. E.-S ummer 1970 Institu te of Electrical and Elec tro n ic Eng ineers D ean's List (1 ) S trickler, Roger K. B.S.M .E.-Falll 969 Alpha Omega T au (Presiden t, Vice-Presid ent, Secretary, Treasurer) Socie ty of Au tomotive Eng ineers Mechan ical Engineers Club Weig htlifting Club President's List (1 ) Dean 's List (1) Int:ramurals

D ean's Lis t (6) Intramural Basketball, Foo tball, T ennis, Go lf, Baseball T ice, Phili p B. Jr. B.S.M .E.- W inter 69-70 S ig m a Pi D ean's List (5) lntramu rals Trapp, Ga ry D . B.S.Ch.E.-Spring 1970 T au Kappa Epsilo n (H egem an, H istor) Interfraternity Council American Chemical Eng ineering Socie ty (Treasurer) Ad Hoc Comm •ttee Io ta T au Kappa H o no rary Fra ternity President's Lis t (5) D ean's Lis t (4) lnt:rmurals Treece, Robe rt D . B.S.M .E.-Fall1969 Tremsk y, James M . B.S.A.E.- Fall1969 Phi Kappa Theta American In stitute o f Aero nautics and A stro nautics Trumbower, Ro bert W . B.S.M .E.-Summer 1970 Alpha Sigm a Ph i Society of Autom o tive Enginee rs T ug al, Osm an B.S. Physics- Fall1969 T au Kappa Epsilon American Institute of Aero naut ics and As tro nautics Physics Club Vaidya, Kisho re B.S.M .E.-Summer 1970

S troup, Raym ond E. B.S .M .E.- Winter 69-70 Sigma Ph i Epsilon

Verhels t, C arlos M . B.S.M .E.-S pring 1970 Socie ty o f Auto mo tive Engineers

Svereika, D av id F. B.S. E.E.-Summer 1970 Sigma Pi (Ho use Man ager) Institute of Electr ical and Electro nic Engineers (V ice-President) Yearbook Staff (Pho to Ed ito r) Weight Lifting Ins tructo r

Vollkommer, Harry T . B.S. E. E.-Spring 1970 Alpha Omega Tau (Presid ent, Secretary, C haplin ) lns titue o f Electrical and Elec tro n ic Engineers Who 's Who Amo ng Students in American Colleges and Universities President's List (3 ) D ean's Lis t (8)

Tau s, Dennis 0 . N . B.S. E. E.-Spring 1970 Ins titute of Electrical and Electro nic Engineers (Program Chairman) D ean's Lis t (2) Taus, Manfred H . B.S.M .E.- Spring 1970 Taylor, Larry D . B.S.A .E.- Fall1969 American Ins titute of Aeronautics and A stro nautics (Secretary) Dean 's List (4 ) Taylor, Robert E. B.S.E.E.- Spring 1970 Institute of Elec trical and Electron ic Engineers President' s List (2} Intramural Basketball

Sentman, Roger L. B.S.E.E.- Spr ing 1 970 Institu te of Electrical and Elec tronic Engineers (Activities M anager) Kekionga Amateur Radio Club (President, Treasurer) Dorm Cou nselor

Thakkar, Mafatlal B.S.Ch.E.-Spring 1970

Shekas, Gregory A. B.S.C.E.-Fal11969 Amer ican Society of Civil Engineers Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Dean's List (1)

Thomas, John E. B.S.M .E.- Spring 1970 Sigma Phi Epsilon Dean's List (2) In tram urals

Shiarla, H al D . B.S.M .E.-Summer 1970 Basketball (2) Varsity Baseball (4) Presiden t's List (1) D ean 's list (2)

Thompson, larry E. B.S.M .E.-Summer 1970 T heta Xi (Assistant Pledge Master, Scholastic Chairman) Sophomore Class (Vice-President) S tudent Senate (Secretary) In terfraternity Council

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Vou tsas, A thanasios N . B.S.Ae.E.-Summer 1970 Tech Manor Club American Ins titute of Aeronautics and A stronautics Walling, Gerald E. Alpha Omega Tau (Vice-President) lnstitu te of Electrical and Electro nic Engineers P resident's Lis t (3 ) Dean's List (3 ) Walter, lee W . Ill B.S.E.E.- Winter 69-70 Institute o f Elec trical and Elec tronic Eng ineers Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowsh ip WITS (Chief Engineer) Dean's Lis t (2) Warner, Terry N . B.S.M .E.- Fall1969 Theta Xi (Ho use Manager) Society of Auto motive Engineers Tech Manor Club Int:ramurals Weber, Richard H . B.S. Math - Spring 19 70 Indiana Tech Bowling Club (Secretary) Baseball Soccer Counselor Wegener, Heinz B.S.E.E.- Spring 1970 Alpha Omega Tau

Student Senate Sopho more Class Pres1den t Iota Tau Kappa Honorary Fratern1ty Iota Tau Kappa Outstanding Freshman Engmeenng Student Award Caswell Engmeermg Drawmg Award Outstandmg English Student Award Board of Governors H1gh Academic Average Award Pres•dent's L1st (12) We1ser, Leonard B.S C E - Wmter o9-70 Alpha Eps1lon p, (Pres1dent) Amencan Soc1ety of C1vd Engineers Glee Club We1sser, Phll1p G B S M E - Fall19o9 Soc1ety of Automotive Engmeers Dean s L1s t (1 ) Werlmg. DenniS E B SEE - Fall19o9 Deans L1st (1 ) Wllchek. M1chael H B S M E - Spnng 1970 Alpha S•gma Ph1 (Pres1den t, Vice-President Reporter fo r Tomahawk) Nu cleu s (Reporter) Wdllamson, Gerald R B S Ch E -Spnng 1970

S1gma Phi Epsilon (Scholarship Cha1rman) Chemical Engineenng Society Varsity Soccer Pres1dent s list (1) Deans List (7) W oJciechowski, FranCIS E B.S.A . E.-Fall 1969 T heta Xi lntramurals Wright, Alan L B.S C.E.-Spring 1 970 AmeriCan Soc1ety of C1vil Engineers (Secretary) Track Intramural Softball

Presiden t' s List (1 ) Dean' s Lis t (1 ) Zacek. W•lham D . B.S.C.E.-Fall1969 Amencan Society of Civil Engmeers T ech M anor Club W eightlifting Club Dean' s Lis t (3) Zebus, Edward R. B.S. E. E.-Winter 69-70 Phi Kappa Theta (President, Secretary) Ins titute o f Electrical and Electronic Engineers lntramurals Zemany, Paul D B.S. PhyslCs-Spnng 1970 Physics Club (Pres•dent ) lnsti tu te of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Amateur Rad1o Club Coolidge Award in Physics President' s List (8) Dean' s L1st (2)

Wright, Rhoda A B.S PhyslCs-Spnng 1970 PhysiCS Club (Secretary) Presidents L1st (1) Dean' s List (2) Yarna, Calvin S . 8.5 Ae E.-Spring 1970 S1gma Pi

Zoeller, Terry L. B.S. M . E.-Fall1969 Sigma Ph1 Epsilon

Yokel, S teven A . B.S.M . E.-Fall19o9 Studen t Sena te W .l.T.B. (Program Director) Henry Caswell Engineering Graphics Award (2)

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The American . Society of Civil Engineers of Indiana Tech 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 accomplished by inviting, as guest speakers, men from different branches of the Civil Engineering field. L-R : Don Drake, Bob Tyler, Ken Cox.

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L-R : Melvin Black (Treasurer), Daniel Beckman (Secretary), Dave Svereika (Vice-President), Terry Divelbiss (President) . •

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In the past year the branch has engaged in building a remote control car as a project, held a Fall picnic, and Spring banquet. Its membership is open to any and all interested students in the Electrical Engineering Department.

L-R : Karl Engler, Tom Glowacki, Ronald Hughes, Lou Grabowski.

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1970 We of the KEKIONGAN staff would like to feel that each and every one of these 160 pages in the 1970 KEKIONGAN will serve as lasting memories for every student at Indiana lnstitu te of Technology. It is our intent to include all administration, faculty, graduates, organizations, fraternities, major activities, sports, and students of Indiana Tech whenever it is at all possible. Your enjoyment is our only reward for the long and tiring hours that were involved in putting this yearbook together. New ideas and help is always welcomed.

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ec an1ca • • -.Jng1neer1ng u~ 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 new phases of mechanical engineering. This is accomplished by programs which include talks by experienced engineers, and field trips to industries in the immediate area. Membership is restricted to students enrolled in the Mechanical Engineerfng Department. •

L-R : Bernard Bingham, William Hildebrand, David Bauer, Jack Wojack, Douglas Beck .

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_ociety o Automotive â&#x20AC;˘ _ngineers The Society of Automotive Engineers at Indiana lnstitu te of Technology is a student branch affiliated with the national Society of Automotive Engineers. It is sponsored by the Mechanical Engineering Department at Tech and its membership is open to all engineering students who are interested in the advancement of the automotive indus try. Some of the activities of the branch range from speakers to field trips to various industry in the area.

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The representative organization of the Student Body of Indiana Tech is the Student Senate. Senators are elected annually to act as intermediary between the student body, the administration, the faculty, and other colleges in matters related to student life. During the past year, the Student Senate was instrumental in obtaining several grade changes in Engineering Mechanic courses, lengthening the drop period, establishing a system of teacher evaluation, and enacting various other changes that affected student life on campus.

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Orga nized in July of 1 9 5 7 , the purpose of Indian a T ech Wives C lub h as been to further social ac tiv ities, acqu aintances, and f riendship am ong the wives of s tud ents of liT . Wives of all m arried s tud ents of liT are elig ible fo r m embership. The club arr anges program s of varied typ es for the members. These r ange from an address on the social problem s of our time by a local auth ority to bingo or a humo ro us skit g iven b y th e m embers. At banquets held twice annually wives of g radu a ting s tudents are prese nted with their P.H .T. (putting hubby throug h) d egrees.

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It was fir s t located in the basement of Crull Hall using only makeshift equipment. With the help of many, the station has ex panded to its present loca tion in the basement of Sihler Hall. Along with the move to a new studio location came the addition of much needed equipment.

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The Alpha Omega Tau social fraternity became a part of Indiana Institute of Technology in January, 1967. Since that time it has grown to a size of a very close brotherhood. The purpose of Alpha Omega Tau fraternity is to promote fellowship , social, scholastic, and recreational activities for its members. The membership is open to any student who has completed two quarters and has a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or better.

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Theta Tau Epsilon, a local fraternity founded in April, 1962, became the Indiana Eta chapter of igmi Phi Epsilon on February 2, embership diana has grown ~ Tech ' s campu . s of the 1gh academic fraternity are to standards, vide useful service to ity, to the college, guide and m conduct at all times, rth with the highest d to deion of velop an a guide brotherhood ¡ Epsilon throughout li They chapter has hu'-4 participa Easter ~....n e Children' s Home, and participation in the Muscular Distrophy Drive .

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Frien so is tinction The Friends of Distinction visited Tech on April 24, 1970, and provided a new and different music as our last artist celebrity series. The touch of soul and calypso combines for a new and exciting entertainment.

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1st place : Sigma Pi 2nd place: Theta Xi 3rd place : Phi Kappa Theta 4th place : FFF (Freshman Team)

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1st place: Tau Kappa Epsilon 2nd place: Sigma Phi Epsilon 3rd place: Lions (Freshman Team) 4th place : Kuffs (Independent)

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The Kalbfliesh Raiders in all their glory.

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Dallas, Uldis Fr CE Fort Wayne, Indiana

Collins, James H . Fr CE Fall River, Massachusetts

Dalrymple, Roger So Huntington , Indiana

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Dammer, Richard Sr AeE Staten Island, New York

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Flick, Larry G . Jr ME Sciota, Pennsylvania

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Flinn, Gregg E. Sr Muncie, Indiana

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Ely, Eugene F. Fr SPEC Fort Wayne, Indiana

Derkatsch, Hans H. Fr Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Fisher, MichaelS. Jr EE Westbury, Long Island, New York

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Florek, James A. Fr Hammond, Indiana

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Florence, Richard C. Toledo, Ohio

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Follis, Michael A. Fr Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Dersham, Theron J. J r EE Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania

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Engler, Karl Sr EE O xford, New York

Forman, Douglas A. J r Bricktown, New Jersey

Eremin, John R. Jr EE Norwood, New Jersey

Foster, John R. Fr FairfiPld, Maine

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DiGiovanna, John Fr AeE Franklin Square, New York

Fassler, Robert Sr ME Lafayette, New York

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Fay, James Sr CHE Roebling, New Jersey

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Fry, Robert N . Tiffin, Ohio

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Gowdy, Robert L. Jr Phoenix, New York

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Haidera, Mahmood Fr Sheikh, Othman, Aden Hale, Charles D . Sr Colburn, Indiana

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Hinkel, Edward J. Fr Wychoff, N ew Jersey

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Hallien, Steven Fr EE Fort Wayne, Indiana

Hockman, Rober t E. Springfield, Ohio

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Hoetzer, Stephen M . Fort Wayne, Indian a

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Hoffman, Ervin J. J r Fort Wayne, Indiana

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I wasyszyn, Dmetro J r PH Toro nto, Ontario , Canada

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Krueger, Jon Fr ME Fort Wayne, Indiana EE

Krusen, Jeffrey R . Elmira, New York

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Kuntz, Wayne Jr ME Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Lipsett, Joseph R. Fr EE Harrisburg, Pennsylv an ia

Malon e, Patrick M . La G range, Indiana

Litto n, Richard A. So Hammo nd, Indiana

M anga n, Edmund W . P. Redbourn, England

LaBella, Felix V. So Utica, N ew York

ME

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liu , Peter V-S Fr Sao Paulo, Brazil

Landauer, Roger E. Fr Scarsdale, N ew York ME

larg ur a, Jr., Leo J. Gary, Indiana

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larson, David E. J r New H aven, Indiana

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Lane, Gary P. Sr Portsmo uth, Ohio

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Marquart, Roger L. Blue Island, Illinois

Logue, David C . So Ontario, N ew York

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Marrale, David R. Heath, Ohio

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leitze, Harold D . Fr Jacksonville, Illinois

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Leitzke, Thomas R. Milan, Ohio

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leliaert, M ark A . Fr South Bend, Indiana lemaux, Allan Sr Portland, Indiana

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Lemme, Michael W . Fr Highland Park, Illinois Leong, Richard So Flushing, N ew York

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Mar t, Edward J. So Steu benv ille, Ohio

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M artin, William A . Clay, N ew York

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M artinka, Gary A. Sr ME M o rris to wn, New Jersey EE

M assey, David T . Sr ME Basking Ridge, N ew Jersey Mas ters, Steven A. Fr Middleto wn, Indiana

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Mastro pietro, Allen M . W ay ne, N ew Jersey

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Matesky, D av id A. Circleville, Ohio

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M cDo nnell, Michael Fr ME Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

M atteson, Wade C . Fr Fores t Hills, New York

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M cGivern, John B. Sr Jo hns to wn, New York

Mattia, Tamba E-H Fr CE Sierra Leone, West Africa

Fr

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M cDuffee, Robert Fr W ayne, N ew Jersey

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CH

EE

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M cKim, C harles R. Sr CH Mays landing, N ew Jersey

M eccia, Albert Fr ME Clif to n, N ew Jersey

M cLallin, Kerry So ligonier, Indiana

M edin a, Juan Jr ME Guayaquil, Ecuador

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MacKenzie, Roderick A . Flanders, New Jersey

Mehta, Bansi C . Jr Ahmedabad, India

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Mehta, Jayant C . So Surendranagar, India

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MacPherson, David R. Kenmore, New York

levy, George Sr CHE Cortland, New York

Madak, Thomas So EE Binghampton, New York

Mehta, Narendra M . Fr T anzania, Eas t Africa

Liles, Robert H . Fr MATH Carlisle, Pennsylvania

Madara, Robert I. So Garwood, New Jersey

Mehta, Pankajkumar N. Bombay, India

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Magdich, Richard L. Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Mahaney, Michael J. liverpool, New York

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Lindner, Albert F. Fr Oreland, Pennsylvania

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Maharaja, Vijaykumar B. Ahmedabad, India

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Meister, D o uglas Fr ME Fairview, Pennsylvania

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Maize, John M. Fr UNCL Mahwah, New Iersey 153

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Mehta, Sureshkumar Bombay, India

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Mehta, Mahesh T . Bombay, India

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Lever, Glenn Fr EE Fairfield, Connecticut

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M cMullen, Alan J. Fr CE Bethel Park, Pennsylvania

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M cConnell, David R. Ashland, Ohio

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Martin, Ernst Sr CE W appinger Falls, New York

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lee, Gregory J. So Orlando, Florida

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M cBain, N eal C . Sr AeE l ebano n, N ew Hampshire

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Lowe, Edward R. lakewood , Ohio

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leighton, Stephen C . Owego, New York

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Lloyd, Ro bert G. Fr Penfield, New York

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laser, Jo hn H . Sr ME Emmau s, Pennsylvania Lawrence, James E. Woos ter, Ohio

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Li vi ngs ton, Howard A . Owego, New York

laCrosse, Ro bert J r C HE New Berlin, Wisconsin ladhawala, Narendralal J. Anand Kaira, India

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linsenmeyer, Jo hn lakewood, Ohio

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M enditto, Peter Fr EE Staten Island, New York Merch ant, Krishnakant Bombay, India

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Murchison , Paul Fr Elizabeth, New Jersey

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M eyers, Richard J . Sr ME H avertown, Pennsylvania

MuSco, M ichael V. Jr Orange, Co nnec ticut

M ichaels, Ronald S . Jr Rocheste r, New Yo rk

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Oswald, Antho n y M . Buffalo , New York

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Oxley, Joseph R . Fr Fort Way ne, Indiana

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Myo tt, Stephen J . Fr AeE Westfi eld, Massachuse tts

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Migliore, James L. Fr MATH Unionville, Connecticut

Nagano, H aruo Sr EE New York, New York

Paige, Ke nneth S r AeE Sco tch Plain s, New Jersey

Mille r, David L. Fr Fo rt W ay ne, Ind ian a

Nandwana, Ranjit L. Ahmedabad, India

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M iller, G regory W . Jr Som erville, New Jersey Miller, John E. Jr Po rtsmo uth, Ohio

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Pallo n e, T o m S r AeE Fo rt W ayn e, Indian a

Neal, Leo J r Lima, Ohio

P al mio tto , Antonio Fr C E North Bergen , New Jersey

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Newto n, D o nald Hamilton, Ohio

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Niebuhr, William Sco tia, New York

Pa ncake, Mich ael A . Co nvoy, Ohio

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Panoc h , Jo hn]. Fr G ED For t Wayne, Indiana

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P anther, Allen l. Jr N . Judson, India n a

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N o lfi , John G . So AeE Glassport, Pennsylvania

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N o rris, Robe rt C. So R oches ter, N ew York

Pari kh , Raj endrakumar Panchmaha l, Ind ia

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M into, Ro nald F. S r Butler, Penn sylvania

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Missm an , Daniel P. Brem en, Ind ian a

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Parson s, Jeffrey Sr Elmont, New York

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M o lnar, Bradford Sr Bridge to n , New Jersey

O ' Donnell, Jr. , D aniel F. Peru , Illinois

Patel, A shvinkumar P. Ahmedabad, India

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Patel, Balkrishna V. Ahmedabad , Ind ia

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Patel, Bho labhai H . Ahmedabad, India

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Ogden , Ro bert C . So ME Seneca Falls, N e w York

Patel, C he tankumar M . Ahmedabad, India

M o ricca, Larry S . Jr Fo rt W ay ne, Ind ian a

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Ogsb ury , W illiam Erie, Pennsylvania

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Mouracade, Abraham Fr N ew Roch elle, N ew Yor k Mueck, Je ff A . Fr Ric hwood, Ohio

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Mulligan , G regory Wh eaton, Illinois

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Mungkornpanich, Vinyoo Bangkok, Thailand Murad , George Jr Damascu s, Syria

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Patel, Dinubhai R . Ahmedabad, India

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Olive, Louis A . Fr AeE Cinnaminson, N e w Jersey

Patel, Gautam G. G u jarat, India

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Olso n , Mark J . So ME New H artfo rd, N ew York

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Patel, Ishwarbhai M . M eh sana, India

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Patel, J agdish N . Gujarat, India

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M otyc ka, Frank Napo leon , Ohio

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M o rh ack , Geo rge J r Fort W ayn e, Ind ian a

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Patel, Bhara tkum ar B. Ahmed abad, India

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M o rga n , W a lter R . So Pottsville, Pennsylvania

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M o hn, John R . Fr EE Steven s, Pennsylvania

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Paque tte, R ic h a rd M . Fr C HE Sud bury , Ontario, Canad a

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Nunley, Carlton G . Jr Amhers t, N e w Yo rk C HE

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Miller, T e rry L. Brya n , Oh io

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Patet Jayantilal N . Chanasmer, India

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Patel, Kanaiyalal D . Mehsana, India

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Patel, KeshavlaJ D . Gujarat, India

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Patel, Maganbhai K. Gujarat, India

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Patel, Nareshkumar L. Ahmedabad, India Patel, Navin C. Fr Ahmedabad, India

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Patel, Popatlal B. Fr Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Phillips, James Jr MATH Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania

Resak, Nicholas J r EE Kirkwood, New York

Phipps, David E. Fr CE Winchester, Massachusetts

Rhodes, Larry J. Fr Fort Wayne, Indiana

Piazzo, Kenneth C . So ME W . Brookfield, Massachusetts

Richard, James D . Warsaw, Indian a

Pickford, Stanley R. Clayton, Michigan

Richard, Ronald Sr Warsaw, Indiana

Pierce, Daniel H . Defiance, Ohio

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Riley, Tim 0 . Fr Norwalk, Ohio

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Poniatowski, Joseph H. Fr Kulpmont, Pennsylv ania

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Powers, James M . Fr Hicksville, New York

Patel, Shankerbhai B. Gujarat, India

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Prasad, Rakesh Fr New Delphi, India

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Pressler, John D . Sr Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Pujara, Navinchandra R. Surendranaga, India

Patel, Miss Upama Ahmedabad, India

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Pyne, David F. Fr UNCL Scarsdale, New York

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Quinter, Raymond C. Sr Reading, Pennsylvania

Patel, Vitthalbhai Mehsana, India

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Quraeshi, Zahir A. Karachi, Pakistan

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Payne, Frederic W . So ME Shelter Island, New York

Radadia, Vrajlal M . Gujarat, India

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Pember, Stephen R. Valhalla, New York

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Raheja, Ashish Delhi, India

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Pence, Roger L. Sidney, Ohio

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Pendergast, James P. Cincinnati, Ohio

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Rauscher, Kenneth R. Fr Hellertown, Pennsylvania So

Perst, Richard H . So Chatham, New Jersey

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Raybould, Donald Fr Fort Wayne, Indiana

Peters, Rocky G. Berea, Ohio

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Reale, John N. J r EE Syracuse, New York

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Petrick, Joseph So Willoughby, Ohio

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Petruska, Michael J. Troy, New York

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Pfeffer, Ronald E. Otto, New York

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Reber, Michael E. Jr Fort Wayne, Indiana ME

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Rennick, William H . Ash tabula, Ohio Repasz, David J. Lima, Ohio 155

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Roose, David W. Howe, Indiana

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Rosenthal, Jack W . Chicago, Illinois

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Rosynsky, Leonid Sr Irvington, New Jersey Rowley, Terry Jr Cincinnati, Ohio

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Rolandelli, Paul Fr EE Wilmington, Delaware

Rosen burgh, John H. Rochester, New York

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Qureshi, Muhammad S. Karachi, West Pakistan

Rav al, Su bhash C. Bombay, India

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Romaker, Howard J. Fort Wayne, Indiana

Paul, Walter M . Sr ME Clark Mills, New York

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Rogozinski, Joseph F. Kenmore, New York

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Patel, Vasudev T . Gujarat, India

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Rockwell, Terry J. Lucasville, Ohio

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Rockefeller, David J. Fr Red Hook, New York

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Prough, David M . So Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Robinson, Curtis Fr Washington, D .C .

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Patel, Thakorlal B. Ahmedabad, India

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Roberts, Russell D . Mansfield, Ohio

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Patel, Tarunkumar R. Ahmedabad, India

Roberts, Dennis Fremont, Ohio Roberts, Jeffrey L. Zanesville, Ohio

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Popowich, Glenn So CE Spencerport, New York

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Plonski, Anthony J. Fr Brookfield, Connecticut

Patel, Rameshchandra D . Ahmedabad, India

PateL Sureshbhai R. Gujarat, India

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Rieman, William V. Ottawa, Ohio

Plunkett, Steven W . Lombard, Illinois

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Pierson, Quinton E. Fr Montclair, New Jersey

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Patel, Somabhai K. Ahmedabad, India

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Rickels, Romane J. Paulding, Ohio

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Patel, Rameshchandra B. Ahmedabad, India

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Rowold, Richard L. Fr Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Rudmann, Joseph T . Iron ton, Ohio

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Rudy, ThomasJ . Jr Syracuse, New York

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Rumberg, Ira Sr ME Manuet, New York ME

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Rumble, Lloyd B. Scott, Ohio

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Russell, Randy B. Sr New City, New York

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Sal tus, Alan B. Fr M E M alvern, New York Sanders, William E. Fr D umont, N ew Jersey Sandt, Charles R. Fr Easton, Pennsylvan ia

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Shick, Forest E. Fr EE Rochester, New York

Semidey, Valmore J. Caracas, Venezuela

Shickert, William R. Fr EE Bethel Park, Pennsylvania

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Sensen ich, T erry R. Fr AeE Circleville, Irwin, Pennsylvania

Shook, Ronald L. Troy, O h io

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Sentm an, Roger L. Troy, Ohio

Siamsipa, Francis Jr Shaban i, Rhodesia

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Shaffer, Benjamin B. J r Frederick town, Ohio

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Shah, Ajeshkumar N . Ahmed abad , India

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Shah, Anilkumar C . Bombay, India

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Santi, Roger J. Fr AeE Highland Park, Illino is

Shah, Arun R. So Ahmed abad, India

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Saraiya, Girish G. So Ahmed abad, India

Shah, Bhupendra M . San k heda, India

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Shah, M iss Bina Fr Ahmed abad, India

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Sangh vi, Rasendu H. Rajko t, India

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Sa thitpityayud h, Songpon Korat, Thailand

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Sa tter, Mohammad F. Fr Karachi, W est Pakistan

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Shah, Chinubhai G. G ujarat, India

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Sillato, Stephen C. Fr Rochester, N ew Yo rk

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Simmermacher, Gregory Springfield, Virg inia

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Simon, Ronald L. M ansfield, Ohio CH E

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Schac h, John J. Sr M E Jersey City, New Jersey Schellenbach, Daniel T . Yoder, Indiana

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Shah, Dilip K. So Ahmedabad, India

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Schoonmaker, W illiam S. M illville, New Jersey

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Skiles, Terry W . Sr AeE Chattanooga, T ennessee Skinn, Thomas C. Norwalk, Ohio

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Skoczylas, Alexander Levittown, New Yo rk

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Shah, Ga utam R. So Ahmed abad, India

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Slater, Robert W . Fr Winnetka, Illino is

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Shah, Kiritkumar C. M ehsana, India

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Shah, N avinchandra R. Barod a, India

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Shah, Durgesh J. So Ahmed abad, India

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Schug, RonaldJ . Fr Huntington, Indiana

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Smith, Carleton W . So Trenton, New Jersey So

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Smith, Kenneth R. Fr ME Kutztown, Pennsylvania

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Schwarzbach, Richard Jr Atlantic City, New Jersey

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Smith, William R. LaPorte, Indiana

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Smorol, Michael E. Fr Syracuse, New Yo rk

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Sheridan, Richard J. Clinton, N ew York

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Soj itra, Dhirajlal K. Amreli, India

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Sheth, Haresh C. Bombay, India

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Sheth, Yogesh V. So Ahmed abad, India

Segyde, A ugustine Jr Fort W ayne, Indiana

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Smith, RobertJ . Jr ME Neptune City, New Jersey

Shefchik, M ichael J. Fr Bergenfield, New Jersey

Scruggs, James Fr CH Henrietta, North Carolina EE

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Schul te, John H. So ME East O range, New Jersey Jr

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Slawinsk i, James S. Fr ME Scotch Plains, New Jersey

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Twigg, Gaylen E. So Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Taylor, Margaret M . Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Strickler, Roger Sr Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Stephenson, Robert E. Aurora, Indiana

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Tanguay, David E. So Des Plaines, Illinois

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Thank God the end is here. I can' t really say it was a bad year but one of countless hours of learning, work, and fun. When the position of Kekiongan editor befell upon me I knew it meant a challenge I hoped to fulfill. From my observations of past editors I knew some of the problems and pitfalls that lay before me .

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Looking back over this past year's work, I can see it was not all in vain. Soon the disappointing grades and sleepless nights will be forgotten, and only the rewarding experiences will be remembered. I

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As each of you Tech students, faculty, and alumni glance through the 1970 Kekiongan, I hope you are pleased with the results of the work of a few who sacrificed their social life as well as studies in order that they could present a recorded memento of the events of the 1969-1970 school year. Special praise must be given to those who helped make my work easier. Those at the head of the list are naturally my staff and advisor. Special thanks also go out to Becky Dunlap for her help in typing rosters and copy. Last but not least is my wife, Nancy, who put up with the long hours of work and even gave me a hand in typing copy. I hope the 1970 Kekiongan says something to everyone who looks at it or reads it. I hope it makes you all laugh, or wonder, or smile or frown , or just reminisce. This book tells the story of 1970 in the best way the Kekiongan could tell it; it shows the life, the strain, the might, and the spirit of Indiana Institute of Technology.

M y m ain â&#x201A;ŹVent of the year w as N ovember 23!

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