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   Angola Tri Angle (Newspaper) - May 11, 1953, Angola, Indiana                                THE TRIANGLE Published By The Students Of TriState College 7 MAY 1953 PW te TriState Included in Bethlehem Steel Offer Among In Midwest To Benefit Bethlehem Steel the natlpns second largest steel pro Is offering colleges for each graduate hired for Its training cPurse who stays with company four TriState CollegeIs included In a list of great educational insti such as Carnegie Drexel Notre Yale and Only six mldwesterh colleges were Bethlehem Steel ab sorbs about 100 men each In its college graduate trainingprogram known as the Bethlehem Loop where the selected per sonnel receive preliminary train ing designed to acquatnt them With the st4el Eugene Bethle hems stated that Graduates in engineering and the sciences are needed or the oper ating purchas ing technical Men who have studied business admin istration are required for other It has been known for some tlttie that there is a scarcity of high because of the competitive Industrial de mand and the entrance of many into the military which further cuts the available supply of The Grace as this plan is will be put into oper ation with the July class of the Bethlehem Loop which starts its thirtieth year at that Boosters and Varsity Clubs Announce Merger Club has had a complete reorganization during the past few Under Jim Finks and with the guidance of Doc who was recently elect ed as faculty advisor of the the membership has Increased Boosters Club and The Varsity Club have joined forces in this Both clubs had been working for the same promotion of sports at TriState The n club has also asked all fraterni ties to theirathletic direct ors join in the and all fees have been abolished to promote During the next em phasis will be placed on the pro motion of all the spring such as tennis and1 The club will also sponsor and take over all interumral sports including pingpong marksmanship and any other sports which will be of Interest to any group of The Boosters Club Invites all students to attend the weekly meetings held on Wednesday eve nings at at the new location in the athletic office the base ment of the Administration Build On May refreshments will be served in the Recreation Hall during the showing of cottMarciana All are Plan to be 8 GRIFFIN HEADS SENIOR CLASS Meet Our Commerce Department The purpose of tne Department of Commerce is to help young men and women develop Into executives with minds trained to work out the newer of The Department of Commerce at TriState College Ihcludes three degree courses Bus iness Secretarial in addition to a special three quartershort Decretal ial Business and industry are recognizing TriState trained and graduates of the De partment of CommeVke are being sought in increasing With their background of excellent training provided by the capable instruction in the Department of many of these indi viduals are rajlidly Balancing to posts of high responsibility in busi ness and industrial flcjlds and are wellfitted for these tasks through the competent training received on the Shown anove aremembersof the teaching staff o theDepart ment o ftom left to right Wayne James acting head of the department Fred Virginia and James Griffin Neil Morton liymvood Price William Wisse Marshall Willennar Dies After Long Illness Marshall Willennar Marshall or twelve years a member ot the fac ulty df TriState died Sunday April in the Cameron Hospital in aft er a long Willennar had been on leave of absence or past several months from his duties as mathematics because of his ailing Services were held on Wednes day at the Weicht Fu neral Home with the interim pastor of the First Congregational Church and burial was in Circle is survived his Mildred a Willabelle of Rock Texas four and a Zeller of A native of Steuben Wlllenuar Was born on the family farm east of Pleasant He was graduated from Angola high later receiv a Bachelor of Science degree from TriState He first entered the teaching profession in Steuben going from here to North Dakota where he taught at Sanborn and Stan before returning to Angola to accept teaching post at TriState He was a member of the First Congregational Church of and of the Angola Masonic i lit COLLEGE CALENDAR Muy 11 TJme Room Council Mental Hygiene Civil Sigma Epsilon Radio Society Bones Dance Band Meetings f 700 ty IS 611 023 628 521 611 Homes 18 Tau Sigma EtflB 614 Chemical Society 7 00 611 Muy 14 Dance Baud College Band Society Electrical 521 Mechanical Society Photo Society 8 00 C14 1 i r 15 Chinese Club 4i30 611 i May iH Council Mental Hygiene Radio Skull and Bones 611 623 521 611 May 19 Time Room Dance Band Meetings Homes May 20 Chemical Society 611 Booster Club 614 May 10 Dance Band TrlAngle College Band Electrical Society Muy 22 Muy 20 Student Council Mental Hygiene Civil Society Rudlo Society 7 30 Skull Boues May Col Danqe Band Meetings 213 521 521 611 G2H 521 611 Frat Society Chemical Society Homes Muy 27 00 811 Mny 28 Tiine LRoom Dance Band College Band Aero Society Electrical Society Photo Society May SO Chinese Club Juno 1 Student Council 521 614 611 Mental Hygiene Radio Society Skull and Bones 611 623 521 611 Juno a Dance Band Meetings Homes June 3 TAU Sigma Eta 614 Chemical Society 611 Booster Club 614 Juno 4 Dance Band College Baud Electrical Society Juno o 521 B21 TRANSLATED A Tribute to JIarsliall AVilleiuiur Hy Alice Parrott Like the closing of a book Is tlic passing of a frjciul One more tht final And our oyes One more story is complete One biography is After sorrow and defeat One more victory is With the passing of Marshall Willennar we close the book on a beloved teacher and A host of students will always remember him as a teacher who had their in terests at He was always willing to go the second It is indeed a great thing to give such love and devo tion toones work and such companionship to ones friends that only beautiful memories are All his virtues will be told As the final chapter ends And the leaves shall turn to gold In the memory of his Commerce Students Enjoy Chicago Field Trip The Commerce Department has made its annual Held trip to Chir cago which Included lead ing financial and commercial in stitutions to supplement the regu lar college Approximately twenty students left the campus on the and returned during the week end May Among the institutions and visited The Board of the buying and selling of grain and other cei oals The District Federal Reserve to see the fiscal operations and controls of this area Mont gomery for a firsthand glimpse of one of the worlds largest mail order oper ations The First National Bank of Chicago one of the oldest and largest banking houses in the Midwest The Midwest Stock Ex change where activity In listed se curities was observed and The Felt Tarrant busi ness machines where the group was taken through the Crorn the an order is received with all Its attendant office procedure and production until final shipping of the ordered Group reservations inuclo for the stay at the Conrad Hil ton and the field trip par ticipants were under the super vision of Professor Robert Cook Financial And Legal Society The society held its quarterly meeting In the college auditorium on April with elections taking Willlahi Hughes was elect ed president John treas and Ted Hughes heads the board of directors as and other members are Joseph Dean Lawrence and Richard Dzlu A number of loans have been made to TriState and as the money loaned Is paid it is again loaned to eligible stu without Students have also had the advantage of legal advice and the legal backing of thesoclety Under the direction of Fred instructor in The Financial and Legal Aid Society Is operated for by for the sole purpose of aiding Those who Aeronautical Political Economist Hy Joseph GambaruVlln Among the outstanding stu dents on the campus is the retir ing and modest Edward Martin aeronautical engineering Ted Bozett will graduate next Many are unaware of liis ac complishments as wartime pilot and the fact that He is a graduate of McMaster University of Hamil was Born In In When four Ted years his family moved to Toronto and ten years later they went to His TriState Instructors Invited To View Industrial Research Stefan headof the nd secondary education Department of Chemical tnese cltjlesj and Anthony An dolina of the Mechanical Engi neering Department were among I a course studies m representatives of more thaninomlcs and was graduated from fifty colleges and universities lnthere ln 19to the midwest who were guests at1 The war years were BPentflrat a conference at the Ohio with the Commonwealth research plant of the Baucock iAir TraillinB Plan until the fall and Wilcox Company on 1912 and then untn Jllne of Mny he worked as civilian pilot Theconference was planned to101 the Royal Alr Force Ferrv familiarize representatives of en1 Command delivering aircraft from In 1936 he entered McMaster University in puisuing gtneeririg schools with the re search projects and facilities of the Babcock and and tours of the Metallurgical and Steam Power laboratories were conducted dui ing the An open discussion followed the evening In the course of which relations between Ini dustry and colleges and univer sities were the chief Means of such and the dissemination of needed in formation of value to both indus and were discus An illustrated during the evening included a descrip tion of a boiler recently built by Babcock and which proximates the height pf a twelve story and which is cap1 able of evaporating one and one quarter million pounds of water per A talk on boilersfrom the 1880s to the present day was also and tho guests were also shown the cyclone boiler where and runs out like simplifying ash Colleges and universities repre sented in addition tp College Included among the University of Unl bases at Montreal and in the to India and In after a qourse in Span ish language he Was engaged as a pilot for Llnea Aero postal He transfer red subsequently to the Llnea Aerea TaCa de Venezuela also in the capacity of pilot from 1947 to May pf when returned to He enrolled in TriState in of is the holder of Hying llonnits of single and inultien gined planes1 of almost all capuci Special SSCQT Test Offered May 21 Applications for the May 21 Se lective Service College Qualifica tion Testrnust be submitted to the Educational Testing New not later than May The May 21 test is primarily for students prevented by illness or other emergencies from taking the test April Y but Major Lewis Director of Se lective emphasized that this did not bar any qualified stu dent from taking the if his application is mailed before the He also stressed that students who have a certificate of admission for the April 23 which they failed to use on the assigned date must submit new applications if they wish to take the May 21 The old certifi he pointed will not ad student to the May 21 General Hershey said the May 21 test will be the last test this school Applications may be obtained from any Selective Serv ice local To be eligible to take the test an applicant on the testing date be a Selective registrant to request deferment as a student must be satisfactorily pursuing a fulltime college under graduate or leading to a degree and must not previous ly have taken the The criteria for consideration for deferment as a student at the presenttime are either a score of 70 or better on the Selective Ice College Qualification Test or class standing among the male members ill the upper half of the freshman upper twothirds of the sophomore or upper threefourths of the junior Seniors accepted for admission to a graduate school satisfy cri teria If they are among upper hair of the male members of their senior class or if they inake a score of 75 or These criteria are guides for local which are not un der compulsion to follow hut local classification Is subject to both military and commer in tho summer of he married liiflie Meado of versity of University of Nptre Michigan Unl veisity of University of Carnegie Tech and similar General arrangements for the conference were In charge of district manager for Babcock and who was aid ed by are not and who wish to should ask any one of the officers or members of the board of directors for membership ap Ilcinamlier that fifty cents now may save you money later Student Of Month I Jwph linmlmrdulla Lynwood leccntly elected secretary of the June graduating was horn in Ar on March RHe was forced to leave the town grade school during the depres sion hefore graduation to take a Job ih the oil fields in Louisiana where he worked until Later In that year he moved to Pennsylvania where he worked for a construction company en gaged In drilling the Allegheny Tunnel on the Pennsylvania Turn to his friends then en tered the Army Air Forces in No after completing a civilian pilot training He was sent to airplane mechanic service school at Chanute later attended Avi ation Cadet from whence he was sent to the 8th Air Fore in From he was transfer red to the Air Transport Coiii niand and was with them for ten months in After separation from the serv ice in I he joined unotller and UsthciIrlic construction linn on Okinawa for going from there to Guam foi another In 19 IS ho reunited to the nuiinlund mid wont to uoik tor the Wisconsin Light and 1owei Company In Webt where he met Esther his charm ing wife Lyn likes golf and is ti nirat reader of Ameiiriin htstoiy us tllih leportei found put when he corrected as to the blithpluce ot Sum the Texan LMI joined the lOltectikal Sod cly in when ho camt And Wisse Named To Other Offices tir the icidnt scniui lass nler UDII Griffin elected president hln running mate wan us vice president Lynwood Iricp and William VVIfise were elected secretary and treas respectively James Griffin was bom in in Jtias lip attended high school in from was graduated in He Is aii active member ot the Mechanical Society and of S A E and is also treasurer of the hon orary engineering Tau Sigma Upon graduation in August as an JiE he intends to enter At liyes in Fremont with wife and three Dana James and George He served with tho Neil class vice presi claims Ohio as his birthplace In but shortly afterward his parents moved to whole he at tended primary and betondaiy After being from high he rot Tennessee Eastman Company for a In 1042he enlisted in the 73rd of the USNR Seabees where he served for three and was attached to the First Marine Division for two and a half years in the South When separated from the service he to Tennessee East inan as to the electronic technician department of service and He came here in June of 1 Neil has held office as vicepresident and president of the Radio He was also vicepresident of Beta Sigma Tau for two While here he worked parttime for the Foutz Electric He intends to return to Tennessee Eastman as electronics engineer when he receives his degree in Nell lives with his and Ills three Patricia Linda at 602A Victory Glenna attended TriState for several terms en rolled in the secretarial Lynwopd Price was born In hi Be fore entering the army he work ed in the oil fields of Louisiana and with a construction coinpany on the Pennsylvania He served with the ItSAAF as bombadier in England and later with the Air Transport Command in Brazil He has been and president of the Electrical is u member of the Radio Intends to work somewhere in New Mexico upon receipt of his in and his live on Victory also at tends as a commercial Treasurer1 Wlsse is a native of Irand Mich and was born in He attended primary and schools there after grad uation frbin high schoolhe enter1 ed the army and served with the Division for twp and a half years in the South came to TriState in here he was one of tho very few students to receive As in one He has theoffice and is a past president of Tail Sigma Eta Hon oraiy Engineering Wil liam lias nu dnflnito plans for attPi His wife lesldrs in Grand they maintain a to and was elected iiHaiy lor u and sorted an ithrr tPim u president He is also u membpr of the Radio Soci While in iuum ho joined tho Veterans ot Foreign Ills lenac ity of purpose in nor unning his educational handicap when he Iltst iiuiio to TrlStnlo Cullngc has him the admir Htlnii Of ail who know was also a student in I In Department of ComilHKu at TrlSlule toi one 611 r Senior Class Meeting Today May 11 pliirurtls for   

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