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   Angola Tri Angle (Newspaper) - November 21, 1955, Angola, Indiana                                THE TRIANGLE Published By The Students Of TriState College NOVEMBER Motor Transport Course Inaugurated At TriState Most Complete FourYear Course Offered In Any College Training To Be Offered For Administrative And Supervisory Post In Motor Transport Field Will Open With Fall Quarter 1956 f3 rtt 1 fouryear course in Motor Transport planned as the most complete such course In any college or uni versity IS being instituted at Trl StateJCplIege of Engineering and specifically to fill the urgent need for young men trained especially tor tratlve and supervisory posts in the rapidlygrowing motor trans portation the course will open in an Offered as a in the Department ofCom the Motor Transport Man ftgement course will lead to the Bachelor of Science degree In Official endorsement and proval is action by the National Committee on Education 51 Trucking which is headed by Walter past president of the Associations The committees resolution o in the As sociations recent convention In heartily re commends the support of the American trucking In instituting such a course TriState college is taking monumental forward step In the field of motor declared Roy President of the Fruehauf Trailer com who serves as a trustee of TriState Development of the Motor Transport Manage ment course at TriState college was advocated and given impetus and support by Fruehaut Who is cochairman ot the Labor Management Independent Ad visory committee to the trucking sponsors ot National TrUcJf Transpotation No vember 13 to Other leaders In Americas trucking industry have also given their approval anc The motor transport numbering vehi cles and a man work Ing has grown so rapidly that only a small part of its management positions can be filled from the ranks of present Trl States new program will aid In filling the urgent need for quali Memorial Services At Arlington For Sam Summers Senior President Names Committees fied personnel in Americas giant trucking second in size only to TrlStates fouryear Motor Transport Management curricu lum has been dratted after months of and consultation with the National Committee on Education of the American The twelvequarter course Includes subjects In generalbusiness as well as a compre group of subjects per taining exclusively to the motor transport Since TriState operates on a yearround four full quarters each students who elect year V Alice Parrott Makes Gift To College Library Alice Farrott has presented several books to the College Li tor the use of students and faculty and other patrons of the selected trom Will Dur List of One Hundred Best i For An Education include volume edition ot Gibbons ajVw and ot the Ronian Sophocles Dramas 0 th6 War Herodotus HIs two Volumes Carlyles two volumes iree volume set of Montaignes Bacons sufficient interest is in the books already In1 the Library Miss Par yu tplans to add more by gift fojlfi timei to hoping eveut ialiy to present Durants list ot This1 a another evidence of PSMOtts thoughtful generosity the improvement and better of educational aids for Trl Three Added To College Board Of Trustees Sum Summers Samuel alumni member of the College Board of died October in after a long His a and a granddaughter Memori al services and burial were at Arlington Summers had retired last spring from active duty as con sulting electrical divi Naval Research Laboratory in He had served this capacity since his separation in 1946 from active duty with the Navy as a Lieutenant Com in which rank he served in the Pacific area as ah aviation electronics his graduation from TriState College In Summers remained as an in structor in Following study at Massachusetts Institute of he later became head of the Physics and at the time he serv ice with the Navy was heading the Department of Electrical Engi round attendance can complete the course in thirtysix In pioneering the Motor Transport Management curricu TriState college has worked closely with leading educators and representatives of the truck ing stated Perry past president of the Na tional Society of Professional and former chairman of the Ohio State Highway Com Trl Ford was active in initial plans for the In formulating the President Ford and faculty members worked closely with Carey and his commit and with Professors Sidney William and Cutter of York with Charles Professor ot Transporta University of In a Consulting by Peter Almond as members Including any college or Bob Ahlman Robert Senior Class has appointed commit tee chairmen and members for the forthcoming commencement Professor Ross Butler and Ray Hemmert have been elected as advisors for the Sen ior The Senior Prom will be held on Monday December at the home of American Le gion Post 47 in Fort The Prom Dance committee Is headed by Paul and members include Walter Cun Ann Ev erett Meyers and James Chairman ot the Prom Queen committee la Joseph aid by The announcement committee is beaded Don Chambers and Ben John heads the decorating with Jerry McCarty as his Prom favors are in charge ot a committee headed by Robert members including Ann William Hauffe and Richard John OBrlant Is chairman of the Cap and Gown Each of these committee chair men and their committee mem will work closely with the justify ita preservation we have Perry trustee of TriState College oege and seated die cuss THState s new Motor Transport Management Offered as A major in the Department of the course has been ap proved and endorsed by the American Trucking Mr former Chairman ot the Ohicf State Highway and past National Society of Professional aided in plans for the hailed as the toost complete to available in an v fnllacra i President Explains Modulus Cessation Decision to suspend publica tion of the campus year was announced by Presi dent Wood in to the sen directed to Robert class In order that all students may be the letter Is quoted here in Us For several years the question of whether the Modulus should be continued or its publication suspended has been a matter of annual consideration by the col lege After what we believe to be appraisal of the factors some of which are related briefly in this the decision has been reached to suspend Probably the major consider ation in favor ot the publication Is resting almost exclusively on tradition and Near ly all high schools and many col leges and universities have such a we have come to expect It and to mission As a member of States board of Make Reservations Now For Christmas Party The annual Christmas Party tor children ot all TriState stu dents and personnel is ilanned for Tuesday December at three oclock in the College AH those of the campus fam ily who plan for their children to attend should inform Helen atthe Student Activities not later than noon on Infor mation given should include the lumber attending from each including children and The Include Christmas Christmas a visit from Santa OlAus wltha treat tor eajh Moth1 eis and children are1 invited to the College Cafeteria following the and refreshments be The Christmas Party arrange ments are jn charge ot My Dean ot who Is aid ed by inembers of tlie Student dltlon to President Frank Kim as vice president Robert as and Gregory Elialt as too frequently ignored the aspects of the This We cannot continue to do at Adequate staffing and sufficient Income to defray expenses are the basic the college personnel em ployed to do something else have willingly devoted much time and energy to the This can not be continued because of the tremendous increase in the duties of their employment and the feas ibilityof engaging additional per sons to assist and advise a year book staff is questionable to say the To think of publish ing a yearbook without such help Is out of the question since our year after shows that it Is generally an un successful venture even with such That the Modulus is unsound financially is a matter of from advertising is a source which is gradually drying Income from organization probably would remain fairly constant except that too many groups forget about paying the The sale of books has been difficult since involve more than seniors and Is an established lack of interest on the part of other In lieu of a the col lege is presently planning to pub lish a souvenir bulletin contain ing the names and home town and extra curricular data of all Commerce Broadened Training offered by Tri States Department of Commerce will be broadened by major changes becoming effective with the opening of the Fall Quarter states Glenn Rad Vicepresident in Charge ol Academic In a reorganization of the the Department of Commerce will offer three ma These will be In Accounting ItMleneral and in Motor Trtaiport and each win lead to the Bachelor of Science degree In Business Ad ministration with a major In the chosen Bach course will re quire twelve quarteis of study although exceptionally able and diligent students may still find it ppsslble to complete the courses In less than three undei the fourquarter system in opera tion at Announcement of the new curriculum was made by Dr Radcliffe in letters sent November 14 to all presentlyenrolled Com merce In discussing the new program Harold Head of the Department of Commerce stated The curriculum is being expanded and enriched to provide the broader educational back ground which is becoming In creasingly necessary and valuable to personnel entering the field of Radcliffe reassured present Commerce students that their status would not be affected under the unless they elected to change to the twelvequarter His letter stated Students cur rently enrolled in the Depart ment of Commerce and who will not become candidates for grad uation until after the new courses are in will still be al While the exact form this publi cation take has not been defi nitely you may rest as sured It will be very presentable and will serve you well In future years trying to recall your It will be distributed without charge to the graduates only All of us regret the necessity for this AhalL OWL aauAcLanxLhobt UUL unto MuL Student of Is Now Complete Three new members have been added to the Board of Trusteed of TriState thus com pleting the fifteenmember John John Engineering student from has been selected as TrlStates Student of the Hold Ing a degree in Mechanical Richard is now in his eleventh quarter at Tri working toward his Admln Istrative Graduating from Elkhart High School in Richard came to where he has proved himself to be an able student and a leader In In the spring ho was chosen for membership In Skull and honorary so ciety for leaders in campus activ Richard has served his fra Kappa Sigma as treasurer and as He earned the TrlAngle Key for service on the campus newspaper and also served on the 1966 Modulus He is a member of the Society of Automotive En serving that organization as Student Council representa Among extracurricular activ Richard served his de partmental the Mechan ical Engineering as both president and The TriAngle staff salutes John Richard for his outstand ing work as a student at TriState Howard Boomershlne according to an announcement by President Theodore Don Angola and Fort Wayne and Howard lowed to graduate upon the suc cessful completion of at least 180 quarter The degree earned will be In keeping with present policies Business or Ac counting The time required for comple tion of the work will depend upon the election of 15 to 20 quarter hours per quarter by the Individual It Is pointed hOweverTthatj any student currently enrolled in any of the nine quarter commerce courses at his change his program to the twelve quarter course with the approval of the Department In the event of such the re quirements for the degree will in clude satisfactory completion ot all required subjects In did new program irrespective of the num ber of quarter hours of credit in Under the new quarter hours of academic with a corresponding total of lonor will be required for major In Accounting 185 hours and corresponding honor joints for the major in General Business and for the Motor Transport Management a otal of 192 hours of academic with equal honor pointn Will be Students having any their or wish ng further Information on the new program are invited to talk with Uooli or members of the merce lion Cameron superintendent of the Angola Metropolitan were elected by members of the board in their annual meeting on Wesley Foundation Invites TriStaters Tho Foundation ends cordial Invilatlcm to all students the fun day evenings at i Every Sunday evening at a group ot College and imirriod atiulentH and their gather in the basement the Angola Methodist whore CliHutlan iellowshlp Is shared by Why nte wives like unlplioMV They make tha important led they dont think you mo HuUi whuu yuu uie Josepji Toagno October 31 and Joseph Cleveland was appointed by officials of the Alumni to serve out the term the late Sam Sum which expires on August Summers was one of trustees elected to the board by the alumni as their repre Mark J Kay Al both of and Major general Lewis Na tional Director of Selective Serv were all raeleuted for threeyear Mr Woodhull was subsequently reelocted to head Board as with Alwood elected ns vicechairman of the Hoard of v Merrill Boyer appointed serve as of tlm Hoard of and his duties as Secretary of the College have been consolidated with those of i post of busi ly manager of the whohas served as Secre tary or the College slnco Febru my HIISj will continue to In the Duties of two All who ih tlio pubi president of the Tlji Colleuti Alumni leciivijd U degree In Mechanical BnKlntjerinR v o m TiiSlUtc In the tVuili Unhorstity Law School jil pi I Slncti IIP lias boil I lip Ionian iMuiu ii patent And on Oiliilim l ui   

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