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   Angola Tri Angle (Newspaper) - February 21, 1949, Angola, Indiana                                THE TRIANGLE OF TRISTATE COLLEGE February Issue Published By The Students Of TriState College FEBRUARY 1949 Hoosier Princess Candidate nell University Industry and idea for dividing the class On January the Na tional Social Fraternity Phi Sigma petitioned the National Col legiate Fraternity Alpha Gamma for a A group of com posed of the Executive Force and two of his asso Anderson and visited the house on a tour of Inspection on February andj tuut tllose of you who submitted n report to An auxiliary the Alpha It reads j Alpha Pi has chapters located In The student body of Trl This year TrlSfate College had the honor of being represented by a candidate forTHoosier Sixteen colleges in Indiana were given the privilege of qub mlttlng a campus queen to repre sent their school in the contest for the Indiana We were indeed fortunate to be represent ed by Miss Virginia Lee a student of the school of com merce and a resident of The Contest Is sponsored by the Indianapolis Star and the success ful candidate is sent to Washing ton to represent Indiana in the Annual Cherry Blossom Festival In the The various state candidates vie for the queenshlp of the festival in by Keel The winner of the Indiana con test this year was Patricia Ann Abell of Ball State Teachers Col Other candidates besides Miss Abell and Miss Smith were Nancy Franklin College Purdue Uni versity Martha Indiana Central College Elizabeth Anne Earlham College Don Valparaiso Uni versity Eleanor Jean Indiana University Marjorie Butler University Patsy Vlneennes University Joyce DePauw Univer sity Evansvllle College Wllla Dean Can terbury and Barbara Indiana State Teachers College 25 And 600 Miles Away ThState located1 all over the Some hare been scattered a long time and are just as interested today In TriStates activities as they were when Proof of this to this editors desk last week Jba the form of the following letter4 82 Personette The Kismet TriState College Indiana Dear Sir i This year will be my 25th an nlversary since leaving which time I have heard nothing regarding the progress of the Would you kindly advise me how I might ba able to obtain the school paper as I believe in this way be able to follow the progress at TrJState Thanking you for any courtesy P you may be able to extend me I remain Very truly yoms DAVID Editors Note i I shall personally see that you get a copy of our new studentT the The Kismet ceased publicationJust prior to World tf War Alumni Directors Note Thank for sending 1 us your new address and we hope that other alumni wllj follow your Fpr the past year a half we have been sending Vjflrst class letters to our missing and we aref gratified each time we receive a new ad dress and can return thai ates record card to our Professor Rumble Leaves Professor Chester Bumble is leaving after A brief years stay to resume his chosen field of endeavor with the Army iCivl Service Since he has been at TriState 5 Better Buy Your Modulus Today J Phi Sigma Chi To Receive Charter Division Qf From Alpha Gamma Upsilon jClasses Planned Homer Chase Najes has been worked out and tlona New York City and handed down to us in hopes of Stuart Diiector of jspeedtiig up helping Nuclear Oak to gain recognition for the col Religious Plerde lege and organizing the students First Piesbyterian the purpose of promoting and mjschool the Medical John Most of you have either read I the plan or heard of it by now Deadline For Subscriptions Is March 10 Skull And Bones Gives Em The Handshake Jerry Murcu Once again Skull end C Its on Its A tlle most recent and by fai the way The 1949 Modulus is Itlle most assrcssive Society on the due in I 1ms shown that its inter Thls due to an industilous ale Ul096 ot TriStates its and capable the to fmthei our schools Modulus promises to be one of the best annuals ever to depict the hallowed halls of TrlStatp Q the You all will undoubtedly le meinber this Society for its admir able accomplishment last term of fled commereial and sponsoring the diplomas which WAVn ntOannf jarl t tlln These fony slioiij hit just wont allow proveibldl chloiOphyl of contained weed to glow under llieii feol Their latent promotion is one leally deselves a loiind of ap plause Theyve devised a scheme which was suggested by Clmrtei Member Jack wheicby and every now student OmliiK lo TriState personally greeted and to the graduating That like n Their report was favorable to i Fort Wayne and Mtcni state College shall be inL0uldTP L B nf oh f De Hoped far results have been better than wves at the Senior Prom pietty big but IICICH how they the Board of Directors and Phi Sigma Chi has been given the green light to make plans for a banquet to inaugurate the accep ance ofythe organization Into the Alpha Gamma Upsilon National Collegiate Due largely to the efforts of Robert Megargleand owing to the splendid record of all present and past the final acceptance will add another link to the chain of steady progress toward improv ing tue position of both the society and relations between thjs college and those In the State The first chapter ofAlpha dam ma Upsilon was by Herbert Homer Alfred Koeneke and Dale The purpose of forming the Alpha Gamma Upsllpn was for the edification of all hs To congenial and stimula ting Which its members might find the satisfac tion of their While relatively a young frater nity compared with some of the fraternities in the it has been a ofprogres srve thought and made Upsllon stand Student Of The Month college the ite chapters are As It to grow Rumble has taught bothIn and oj Alpha UB and sHon alsp continues to maintain In Professor Rumble position in the Uraternlty ceiyed his bachelor of science de gree from Odkland City College and hie earned his master of arts degree University of Illinois In Just as many of pur way through lege by fighting our countrys en Rumble earned money for his education by oper ating a merrygoround at the county fairs during the summer Alpha Gamma Upsllonnational organization has been carefully ar ranged to avoid being too central and to allow a maximum of control to the individual The governing body of the frater nity is the National Bpard of Di rectors which is elected annually by the Supreme Council at the Na tional This Board of Directors is composed of five pro After college days e over j ininent alumni and Rumble became an adminisplus an alumni Chapter Counselor trator of public schools in which appointed for each undergraduate capacity he served 22 Dur ing World War 1 he held the po sition of training specialist with the Army Air Forces Radio School at Scott i Professor Rumble holds a first set the general policies of the Directly under the Boaid ot Di lectors is the national headquar ters In under the supervision of the Executive class radio telephone license and This office keeps he Is a member of Phi Delta Kanin direct oontfrcti with the Under pa and a 32nd Degree Professor Aumble has two Heber a professor at Memphis State College and Willis who fs an artist In New York His re cently was discharged from the army with rank of Svmpathy Our deepest sympathy is ex tended to and Duane Quigg for the loss of their 9 mohths old who died lust week Du ane la a March graduate In Me chanjcul INMEMORIAM April i t 1949 The Lord Glvethj The LorJTakflth Away with heartfelt compassion tnat the students and kWuUr ot Tviftate College moufn the untimely death ofNtal stuqenVcif Electrical Nlal was born Indiana joined our ranks In SohoJariiihin fo study hischosen During here he made many n j J prayers In prder that his soul may find V anft contentment In aUife i rtnrt Tm Mm graduate and alumni and the chapter advisors through visi tations and National awards and trophies Include those for the outstanding extracurricular and athletic members of each The Presidents a sil ver and gold Is awarded annually to the Chapter which ex cels in the field of a chapter news The name of the winner and the year Is engraved on the If won times It be comes the possession of that chap A key Is awarded annually by tho Board of Directors to the out standing member ot each under graduate This highly co veted pendant is presented to the one man In each chapter who most nearly exemplifies the frater nity i An Alumni Cup Is awarded un fulfilled to the highest degree the Ideas and principles of the frater nually to the chapter which has The iup remains In posses KENNY DETTWEILLER by Paddock For months gentleman of distinction we journey to the de partment of Aeronautical Engi students know Kenneth IU Dettwelller personal ly as Ken was chosen tor this months fame and fortune because of his activities qn the campus rather than just a joiner ot various On New Years day 23 years ago in our brief resume the one and only began his life as an average In high school he was a member of the newspaper staff and vice presi dent of the gradu ation he was employed as a In this en r nT 1 f Co deavor to better the we 2nd and 3rd very fortunate to obtain the efs Sophomores and services of Gene Oti termers Juniors ltor Tlle Fprt Wayne NewsSentln 6fh 7th termers and This in itself should go a and 9th termers Students shall be designated and long way towaid brightening the which In previous years afsigned to classes according to has lacked the color promised time remaining until graduation ithls taking other or more in spite of the than the regular 9 term smooth movement of This division Is to be active as fate of the Modulus still hangs such from registration ln the We all are well Students will be in1 aware of the fact that a yearbook an expensive proposition and upon without subscribers Us production would mean that if you is an In the past In your second term and you i the Modulus has always operated have thirtytwo subjects count ing the onesfor the term are you are a Freshman Your at a Many methods have been attempted to compensate for these losses but none has ever class standing Is figured by the proven For this rea number of unfinished classes dllson a new sales program vided by AH fractions will I Instituted this be considered as full We have set March 10 as the i Eachclass shall have four deadline for all officers vice this date no subscriptions will be secretary and treasurer and as nany committees as may be nee for the welfare of the Each class shall have two representatives pn the Stu lent Council who shall represent the class on councildecisions and the Senior Representative snail be a member of the nine 9 man Judiciary Committee of the Stu dent This Is practically self explana tory except for the Judiciary which is in the devel opmental stage The tenta tive plan Is one 1 man from each of the one 1 man the InterFraternity Coun one 1 man representing the one man from the administrative branch of the col The other two members shall be the president and secre tary of the Student but draftsman for an aircraft Plant LT i for approximately a 8ha haV6 Vote he received a personal greeting Thele shn11 be a minimum from Franklin to join In with the10 two 2 meetings a term for rest of the fellows to Grind theeach class Tne niBt belne for Three years were spent election ot A record of serving with the Army Air Fore attendallce sha ata11 The first half ot which was meetlnS8 as an aviation cadet and the secTllls ls tue same line as ond half as an engineering officertne Benlor meetings vye have had oA the The attendance rec ord Is a piotectton If you accepted in any shape or If subscribers are not at a high we still will be able to produce the annual for the persons who have at d minimum cost The staff tallies there will be a great deal ot skepticism about the possibility of publishing a truly great you may be assured the only disappointed JKO about A complete list of Hew Prnf is obtained fioln the of JT IU1 flee and Is divided equally among I the It Is then the oh of each member to rontncl personally each new xtmlttit on Ins Hst and make him feol at This term each member had around seven studunls to contact and little time was wasted In doing One of the Societys main tions is to increasestudent eat in extracurricular activities and this direct contact scheme seems to be going an long way to ward accomplishing this According to leports from a few members most of the students con Jjtacted aie a bit surprised per il haps even a bit suspicious at j first but after the boys iinlsh talk Ing the new students aie down right appreciative to get u fuw of tliose ever present FirstTermers by Willcox B1Ues off their chests The Ibers attempt to give the new sin Professor George Schultz dents a complete description of one of the newest additions to our I any and all societies which might teaching staff at TriState be of Interest to He came here In January of this The skull iB year after three years In Saoj which all of us can look to for where he was an big things In tho ami one Xecala 4eWhloli we Umuk for persons will bd those who failed his home is in Columbia Aylacap Inijts Aircraft Electrical Although he has seen much duty in foreign acting In both civilian and military ca to buy Remember Itsdue In June Organizes Branch Here Thursday February approximately 45 includ ing enrolled student members or the Society of Automotive Engi met for the purpose of or ganizing a TriState student branch of The Society of Automotive En gineers Is a professional organi zation for those engaged In the operation and maintenance of passenger Professor Scnuitz Is a graduate Of Marshall Memorial HlghSchool huvlng as Its purpose someethlng BO dear to us all our school Valentine Dance Big Success Did you attend the Valentino of that city and in 1927lie enter Dance K you ou will know ed the United States J4aval Acadewllat 1 mctt who l m tnat tho my at Heijoint rettlly Jumping was graduated from there in 19311 one of tue crow do over to as a commissioned During attend a dance In the recreation his stay at the Academy he won varsity letters In basketball and xhall really enjoyed the dance on Februaiy lill They dunqcd He served as Athletic to the muslc ot VLMy cw baml Director of the year Lucky Tlle Cocktail Six and One wus tho bands iirut public After receiving his Ol lhe musiclunh Schultz was assigned to theihale coiibldorublo expuriunco battleship Maryland where he wlth senlame served two years as junior officer I Decorations consisted of mreain In Guiinery and in blue and forming u 1933 he went to FlorBracef ully curved arch to Ihecen for flight i The next ter of the cellliig Above the diesel powered two yeara 9aw hlm as soft redand blue llshts tractors and farm aboard the uss provided With the Upon leceiving his honorable IU1Q ls a Potection If you and fuels and lubrican Bcharge he began his success i lmvent attended the meeting committees dlsclia their component parts ton and fuels and solve en run at TriState In September of you llave no ligllt to object iglneering problems at the request Applying his previous exto planp mnde there by tlle classof government and perience and knowledge he ven IV Dutles ot the officers shall committees also establish tured forth into the field of Aeroi ow those Bet up ln standards and recommend prac J Rules of nautical With this as his background he became als Those president of Sigma Mu Sigma Fraternity for two consecutive you who donlt know playing of their llioiiio Whuts On both the Maryland and Lex1 The Cocktail Six slurtod iiigton he coached the basketball and baseball In 1932 he the dancing partyoff a Hying stait at 9 With lutormlttont piloted the vocals by Kathlcpn One Shot baseball team to a championship the band kept people and did the same for the U and huiipy until tices and material specifications Lexingtons baseball team in 1936 am when the nffali which are accepted by industry ln lm was 0 Benefits derived from enroll Rules of Order should check In the Society include book oUt some It cuts meet monthly issues of the ed to duty overseas in Berlin and there was Sporth Uunte in honor where he studied the Rtiv of TnHialos athletic islan language and visited the So1 Music for this dance furnish v in attendance at sroup Back In the United ed by the Can Happen Those in the preparatory numerous I stales In he was assigned to Band inir tliiin In hnif ing tin e in half terms besides holding the offices Of vice president and pledgemas Ken Is popular not only iu omm His own fraternity where he 8l not e considered E pub ications available at reaea duty aboard the S Bain1 At jujo k i I1U1S IS tne nnlV Rnllltlnn nu tnnno dllrprl nn j bridge until Ills i etlrement III lil IU dancliiK censed while Don Creed tor physical elected to represent Sigma Mu Sigma on the Inter Fraternity ln the college but In addition he has I the plep could hardy held of president and ff6 consldered members of a col secretary of the He also This plan has great posslblll Ittes so when these clasess organ has served as junior and senior representatives of Sigma Mu Big ma onthe Student At e lets a turn out fothe meet present Ken is vice president of Jne8 and put forth a11 our efforts Skull and Bones and he e man who wolked Ced fiee use of the Placement Student enrollment In the society costs three dollars per purpose ot the student Now we are getting closei to the the Stmlom Council Presi dent iiiliodncod Coacli Hub present situation with a review of AKiilnat a bUckniound of ca Professoi Schultza teaching expo toons depicting our spoils heroes In Ijm he began at IiullIn Coach Ulvlnc thonuie Is a past In addition11 put that Urwa8 Pl in amongthe to promote Interest in Technical Fort sentod his the Jmnkolliull new developments in the automo1 where he remained for who then leeched a lliun tlve industry andto further yenis as Civil Aeionautlcs Borons ovation qualntance and good Administrator Wai Tialnlite Win or ntll All rv at n to all this he has member of the Aeronautical Society for four Kenny will receive his de gree In Aeronautical Engineering slon of the victor for the subsethis June and will immediately quent although t is actually make Miss Mary Ellen Warson again putMn ot Elkhart Kenneth Dett Undergraduate chapters In our With his Kenny area Include the University of going to take Horace Oreelys Wayne UnlVer1 advice to Go Young sity of and Michigan State j He Intends to practice his profes sion on the West in the and Normal Prominent names among the alumni Educational Robert College of Electrical Engineering nt Cor fleld of Jet We proudly dedicate this col umn to Kenny our choice for Poetic By Anon ARCHIE THE ACCOUNTANT I The following officers were j elected for the present term David Walker vice i 01 atoiy lii Fort theyll OUIl team In IDIMbp position svas and the applause H mrtliiii dlscjontlnued and he for a an ovqrwhclmliiK cif jyeoi In the General Klpelrli Uihllie flglltlni splilt ol qhr Paul Dnlstran secre Ralph Pashby treasur Archie the Accountant knowledge to burn and has ty Professor John Hunir He can tell at a glance if Itsa gofng Ills debits and credits Will nl ways add Meetings will be held on the Ilrst and third Thursday of each Memershlp is open to all engineering Application A Blip of the pencil forms mhy be obtained from the youre I Hut iilns and to Archies dismay Women mid j If Washington never told a urn like lot of 11 This brings us around to UofreslimenLs SIMMI lol openiiif tiatomeiits coiuernlnKi lowed by moie eoniplftcil Professor ScluilUl caieei when tlu wo mentioned Ills ypnjs in Sume may womhi who llii pn Sao Paulo as Intiluctor lor HUM sons are who take limit out to Brazilian 1rofpssor Force suites jdeiomto rocroiillun Imll that it look more like a lialli oum there is a gieat or The lances ale spoiisoud liy englneprs In DUiill at Hie picseut Jcologe and Hilpoivised by Ihii Sln llme council Spvrul mcmiioiH students rnciiltv of TII11 om Hip Council take timo oui College Protoasoi and do the douolutliifi Qeorge to he do a splendid Joll Thouis nud we hoiie ho tlio of inliUuin hunoh With whom lo woiUi iCnnllnnpU nn u i u t   

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