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   Angola Tri Angle (Newspaper) - January 26, 1959, Angola, Indiana                                THE TRIANGLE Published By The Students Of TriState College 13 JANUARY 1959 4 Modulus Office Hours Announced By Staff Equipment Given Departments Clyde CoChairman of the Department of Electrical discusses a typical three wire thermostat relay with Irvin of New The control is thope mounted on the Industrial controls display panel presented to TriState College by the Allen Bradley The controls and other equipment included in the gift are being used for instructional purposesin the Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Valuable And Gifts From Allen Bradley Company And New Delphos Recent gifts from Industries to TriState College include those from the AllenBradley and from Delphos Manufacturing Equipment receivfcd from these two concerns has been and Is being used for Instruction al purposes in the Electrical En gineering Department and in the Mechanical Engineering The equipment from The New Delphos Manufacturing Company includes a used recording instru ment and a Brown reversing in dustrial The gift came through president of the to Professor John as Chairman 6t the Mechanical Engineering De The equipment will be used in the Automatic Controls In addition to the the company sent a Browri Electronik Strip Chart Recording and Indicating Electric Propor tional Control Potentlonieter Py rometer with control and Frank Assistant Chief in offering the AllenBradley Company gift to the College through Professor Clyde CoChjflrman of the Department of Electrical Engi described the equipment as four display each four feet wide by eight feet on which various types of Industrial power control devices are mount Shaw stated that while an actual price could not be placed on the excellent material thus ob he would not hesitate to say that its value would approxi mate between and and that It is a valuable adjunct to present laboratory and tional Both the New Delphos Manu facturing equipment and the Allen Bradley Company display panels have been Instal led in the Machine Tool Labora tory in the 600 where both Electrical and Mechanical Engineering students have access to it for use in laboratory The AllenBradley Company are manufacturers of motor con trols and electronic The New Delphos Manufacturing Company are manufacturers of galvanized fiat roofing conductor elbows and oil and gasoline cans and fun nels and dust many other i A recording Instrument and Brown reversing Industrial recently given to TriState College by The New Delphos Manufac turing Company is viewed by Professor John Chairman of the Department of Mechanical at atid Kenneth and John Yon of The instrument in the photograplj is a Brown Electronik Strip Chart Recording and Indicating Electrlb Proportion al Control Potentiometer Pyrometer with control and and Is being used in classwork in the Mechanical and the Electrical En Joe Marino Named Leader of Month Joseph Murino The leader the month for January is Joe a Motor Transport Management student from New He is a graduate of peSales Institute and and spent four years in the United States Air Forced Marino was chosen for this honor because of his many contri butions to campus organizations his enviable scholastic record since Ills enrollment in Septem He has been a mem ber of the TrlAngte for several serving as a reporter and later in editorial Joe is also serving as copy editor the 19591 He Is a past president of the Motor Transport of which lie luiu also been As a member of the Student Joe has rep resented the Transpbrt So and iu past imfllamentarlun dnd Is a member of Sigma Tau Fra ternity where he lnis been second vicepresident and recording sec secretary of the DecemberMttrch sopho i more i class and Is active the Air f Not1 only he of oiit Btuudlng lenders on the George Niehous Dies At Home In Angola Husband Founded TriStates Engineering School George whose late husband was the founder of TriStates School of Bpgineerlng in died 3 at her home in after a brief was in Circle Hill in her and a Me are also Mf who served Tri State College as faculty department and chairman of the Board of Trusr died in Their only daughter died in the late following injuries received In an automobile NiehoUs is survived by two Joe and Johan and by sev eral nieces and She had spent much time In Florida since the death of but continued to maintain her Angola but he has also built a remark able scholastic Joe been on the honor roll every quarter since his enrollment find has earned Silver and Gold Scho lastic Other honors he has received are Alpha Beta Skull and treasurer Stu dent He holds a Friie httuf Scholarship for study in Mo tor Transport Management His name listed in Whos Who in American Universities and Col leges for Joe has other attributes that not be found In his school many friends will verify Ills wllliiiKnoss to his1 ability to work un der Ooimratulations iroui TilAusl stnfl dii servlnu 96 Students Are On Coop Plan At Irt reporting on the cooperative educational training Placement Director William Thomas states that a total of 98 students are currently enrolled under this plan at TrlStateCol Thomas serves as ad ministrator of theprogram on the campus and maintains liaison with sponsoring businesses and new industrial sponsors is the McKinely Machine Tool Company Michi one of the 20 companies presently sponsoring TriState students enrolled in this Of the 96 Coop plan 41 are at work In sponsors and 54 aie op the in the academic phase of their At the close of the fall one Wlnfleld Miller com pleted his training under the sponsorship of Frlgldalre General and was gradu ated with the Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administra Four sponsored by pldsmobtle Division of General received certlflicatea In Engineering Drawing and These included Gary William Robert and Darwin Nine other students dropped of co operative training program for various and companies sponsoring students enrolled tinder TrlStates cooperative educational training alternating periods oi academic study with work In sponsors include Anil Michigan Aircraft Marine Pennsylvania Ijelden Manufacturing Rich Indiana Aviation Missile In diana Central Foundry Division Continued on page 2 Contracts And Copy Urgently Sought The staff room of yearbook of TriState College is located in the back of the Student Activities The rooms are dpert every Tuesday afternoon from two until Students who purchased the 1968 Modulus and who have not yet picked up their may so during Modulus Those persons having questions regarding the 1959 about Delmar or about Outlines or organizational or other business with the Modulus are requested o call at the Modulus offices any Tuesday between the hours Of twd and Uelnmr Studios Here February 5 Delmar Studio photographers will be on campus from nine to On Thursday Feb ruary to take Individual phor tographs for use In the 1959 Only those Individual photographs taken by the Delmar Studios representatives will be incepted for use in the 1959 year Any fraternity who have not had formal photo jlraphs in tuxedos takan for the Modulus are requested to avail thempelves of this opportunity in All students are also requested to have their pictures taken for inclusion in their class section of the Contract nendllno Met There are still a nunibsf of campus orgauizations that have not their contracts Or their history The dead line set for Decem ber and organizations not submitting contracts by Jan uary will not be Includ ed in the 1959 This cooperation is asked by theJModulus staff Order to im proviTtiie yearbook and the staff members are again making an ur gent plea for consideration and Aliens Must Register By January 31 The States Immigration and Naturalization Service re minds all aliens the area Hint very time remains In which file their annual address as required Howard Officer In but thataddress report forms are available the Service Of fice or Office for the conven ience of required to report their to the Gov each under a provision of the Immigrationand Nationality of 195 Major said the only non citizens not required to report their addresses are persons in diplomatic foreign repre sentatives of certain international and persons admit ted temporarlly as agricultural Major stated it is hoped that all personssubject to this law will go to the nearest Immi gration office or Post Office and fill out an address report form Continued on page 2 Heavy Damage Results From Ice and Sleet Storni Power and Lights Off Wednesday Classes Closed For Thursday heavy stocks1 of refriger ated foods were also Mostpublic of the county dianot open on Wednes day morning because of the and while many remained closed The freezing anou on lost schools were and sleetstorms of early last operation by Friday veek caused power throughout Angola and Steuben affecting all arid and causing considerable property Because of the lack of On January Tri State College was without lights and telephone The power from the auxiliary generator was diverted to the Cafeteria to pro vide cooking facilities and refrig There was no difficulty with the heating Changes In Tuition Effective Fall 1959 Notice in a change of tuition effective at the ot the fall quarter in September has been sent toall current ly enrolled students by means a specially prepared from President Theodore The letter states From newspaper and magazine faculty and must be aware of the increasing costs of higher education which are forcing colleges and universities to Increase fees and tuition Ah evaluation of the current I and heat was provided without While most classes were held throughout because of the continued power administrative officials decided Wednesday evening to cancel classes for January regular class schedules and hours were resumed on Friday George secretary to President operated the switchboard in the Main on She reported that she was kept busy throughout the answering inquiries re garding class schedules and oper and providing general In formation on storm conditions for students and A full schedule of placement interviews throughout Gifford Scientific course graduate of and a past financial situation of TriState president of the Alumni is shown at commencement cer College by the trustees shows that emonies on December with Franklin Alumni present income from tuition Donlad president of the Senior President will not provide the necessary fUnds for operating costs for even the current As a result of this the find It necessary to ad j ust tuition Effective for the tall opening in September 1959 the tuition rates be First 6 quarter hours at per Second 5 quarter hours at Third 5 quar ter hours at per New Graduates Welcomed By Alumni President Ford Honorary Degree Awarded Alumnus Gifford Ernest Midyear graduates were wel comed as members of the Trl Over 15 quarter hours at State College Alumni per during the commencement core Thus the average engineering monies on December by the students total tuition for a twenAlumni Association ty hour academic load will be as Franklin and follows of where 5 hours at he is division superintendent for 5 hours at Dow Chemical Address 5 hours at 1 ing the new Ford 5 hours at j said To a considerable extent I you have established the formula Total for 20 hours for your success in theifuture It By the same the coinj in part hard work and produoti merce student carrying sixteen I with I might hours of academic credit will on productivity of things other pay tuition of This is a onepackage people May I suggest that you take When tuition is paid for the j to your new jobs and your new homes all the best habits you have formed together with the most worthwhile experiences that this its and its have and there are no additional fees or no student or Tuition increases are universal ly disliked by administrators and then build on these teachers as well as But in the picture of presentday American higher in creased fees have become as nec essary as they are As a private nonprofit Institu it is incumbent upon Tri State College to collect only such tuition fees as are required to operate the College on a sound business This material has been pre sented or your Further questions you may have may be discussed with any ad ministrative ofllclal of the Col Theodore President TriState Homemakers Plan For Valentine Party There will be no admission charge for the festive Valentine Dance planned by the TriState Homemakers Club to be held cm February The club extends a cordial invitation Baying Every welcome The party nml will lit the Albion Production Cro lit Mouth of Angola on and Is spmiHuied by ho Iloiuoiimkers Your future welfare and suc cess are important to the as what you do reflects on the the success of the college will reflect on For this reason it Is to our mu tual benefit to work We solicit therefore the furtherance of your Interest and support of TriState College In the years The college needs and will be looking for your help in shap ing its policies and plans for the With the receipt of your di plomas here today you now join the ranks with some Tri State College Into this new status I welcome you niost heartily and I urge you to be active and loyal supporters of the college and the Alumni As Engineering Donald president qf the DecemberMarch Senior C and spokesman for the nald KuiVtliiil mmnliuis of this INK will an totho Alum ni Association Wo will not forget our obligations to those who made it for us to go oh to greater things This can lie II luulratod by the motto selected by the in Accomp lishmentConfidence in the Fu I urge my fellow class members not to stop now merely a degree has been but instead keep constantly on the alert new things which hap pen from day to day by merely being I wish to ex press my personal thanks for the confidence yqu placed in me by electing me as your class presi and for the cooperation you have given The address was given by President Theodore Wood of TriState who titled his talk This Is My Citing the basic principles ex pressed in thp Declaration of In Wood said e s e fundamentals have brought you and me where we are and I pray they will exist forever for our support President Wood concluded his talk by saying There has been some flag waving in what I have had to say this hut I prefer to wave the flag rather than to lose This is my job and too The honorary Doctor was conferred on iir Gifford of Ohl 1908 graduate from thi Scientific scientific am Is distinguished in thr fields of political science and eco and was formerly with thr Department of Ho was presented for the de gree by Joseph E Williams VicePresident in Charge of Aca who also read the and in the brief Krnest de clared 1 receive this honor Ir full consciousness of the moan ing of Its I shall not wear It lightly and without the erati tnde thntdeiiily moves Vliesc tlioiiKhth com c froir the doepl einbHlded ij Mining ani the in lellectiuil putliin Hlmprd in llu minds ot scrlois ttmlmiiH Til State College who 1m i IMMI thus mil Hired must till rohp undhnod tore turn thi honors Ma lustowoi upon aided Presldeh1 In h was cb n d u c t e d Thursday In the TriAngle Staff Appointments Announced Kelly editorinchief of the aided by man aging editor Raymond lids completed organization of the staff of the campus Editor Howell has previously served on the TriAngle staff in various editorial capacities as has Ray now holding the managing editors News editor is Wayne who has previously been on the staff as a department society re This is his third quarter of TriAngle staff Sports news for the winter quarter will be under the editor ship of Richard who gained experiente earlier through duties as sports The Sports Keyhole oclumn will be writen by Russell with Clare Wright reporting bowling league Warren named business has also put In several quarters work on the starting as circulation manager and working up through advertis ing sales Assisting Henry are Bud ODonnell and Bob Moore as advertising sales and Buzz Leonard as ciri1 dilation as fraternities editor Is Arthur who gained ex perience last quarter as or Alpha Sigma Gene departmental society reporter for1 two jbeen advanced to the pout of editor for news from the department news is under the coeditorship of Harold Folts and Jack Ben Limpach serving as editor for news from the honorary Placement Office In the Student Activities William Placement re ported that twelve students rer ported promptly their sche duled with Sat personnel manager for UcLean Trucking Company of North who was also prompt Inkeeping his Interviewed students from Campus organizations the Motor Transport Management and General Business depart ments as well as Mechanical En gineering Lack of and light pre vented operation of presses and machinery in the College Print shop on but all ma chinery was in full operation on The college library was also open for most of the day on While no estimate has been made of the general amount of storm damage it will be some time before the debris can be cleared Falling trees and ree branches caused heavy age to power and communications The heavy Ice covering rees throughout the and the ow hanging branches and limbs nroved so hazardous that many roads closed to official on five Inches snow remained on the ground with a onsidenilile amount of water the snow in many The two hospitals in Angola pre without power during the telght of the and emer pucy measures were used to pro Ide some heat and light for Angola food markets Jarrett Heads New Campus Club The recently organized Tri State Cpllege Womens Club members elected officers at the meeting on Tuesday Jan uary in the auditorium of the Northern Indiana Public Service Company John was elected with Peter Holiib Delia and Merrill A ppt luck HUPper preceded the business und a similar event is planned for the February 10 Cleon Wells was named chairman tof the committeein charge of A hutchcr was arrestedfor in the ot bis cuts with an Ingenious an 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