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   Angola Tri Angle (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Angola, Indiana                                THE TRIANGLE Published By The Students Of TriState College 16 FEBRUARY 1962 5 Winter Carnival Highlights Edwin chosen as Is second from with the other four candidates the TriState contest during the Winter Carnival at TriState Left to right are David Indiana William New York Charles OhioEdwin Penn and Charles Cotter a Mechanical Engineering was nominated by Cameron Hall students was the nominee of Alpha Beta scho lastic honorary society for business studentsPintner was the Chem leal Engineering Societys candidate Baker was nominated by the Civil Engineering and the Mechanical Engineering Society entered Wedemeyer as their Alpha Gamma Upsilon fraternitys allwhite snow sculpture of SnowWhlte and the Seven Dwarfs tied for first place with the Sig ma Phi Delta fraternity entry on the same Sculptures were entered in competition during the weekend Winter Carnival at Tri State theme of the sculptures being Red Cross Asks TriState Help Appeal Stresses The Need For Donors A plat blood is not a big But it is the gift with a big dif j This the gift only you can A pint of blood may save a This lifesaving blood may be the you This is the gift with a big dtffer Thegift you An urgent nppeal is being by the Steuben County Chapter of the Red Cross for blood donors for this Weeks visit to the Bloodmobile to Steuben County The unit will be at the City Building from ten until four on February Local chapter officers have ex pressed their appreciation for the excellent cooperation given in the past TriState College stu faculty officers and other The need for blood Is great and a strong appeal for additional donors is being made by the Red In recent months it has be come increasingly difficult and at times impossible for quotato Contributing factors to this and bad weatheFr among A is being made to Steuben County people and to those at TriState College to pledge their help in filling the current While the age limitations are established for persons aged 21 to 69 those aged 18 years or over may serve as donors provided they the written consent of their parents or Appointments may be made by calling phone 521 Hamilton Those who make appoint ments to serve as Te quested to make every effort to keep these and if not the appointment should be Continued on Page 2 A brilliantly colored ShowWhite the Seven Dwarfs was entered by Sigma PhiMlelta fraternity in TrirStates Winter val snow sculpture coutest last weekend and tiedfor place with a similar Disneyland entry by Alpha Gamma Upsilori Pluto carved in ice and snow by residents of Alwbod Hall dormitory tied for second in the Winter Carnival Snow Sculpture Stan Slanders Solver Of The Insolvent AEP Engineer To Speak Here Head of the Mechanical Engineering Division of the American Electric Power Service will be the guestspeaker jor combined meeting of the departmental so cieties of the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering depart on March The speaker will discuss netohydrodynamic Energy Con version in the talk to be given in the College Auditorium at seven oclock on Wednesday eve March 7 Societies joining together in the meeting Include the student American Institute of Electrical Engineers College Student Chap ter American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engl neers student Society of Automotive Engineers student associate Institute of Radio and Engineering member of the American Institute of Elec trical and of the American Society of Mechanical and is a registered professional engineer several states Including He received his arid degrees in Mechanical Engineer Jng before joining the American Electric Power Service Corpora He has had extensive ex perience in the engineering and design of major steam toilers and Tillinghast has been responsible for the arrange ment of equipment for such giant generating units as the two kilowatt machines now in operation on Indiana and Michigan E lee trie Companys Breed arid the Philip Sporn in West Tililnghast has worked in the AEP Systems nuclear pro gram and in its investigation of the new est field largescale power He also served as project engineer for the newly appointed kilowatt unit to be built at Tanners Creek Plant of Indiana and Electric Company at Lawrence before his present that of of the Service Corporations mechanical engi neering Dear Stan I have reason to believe that my steady is running around on Last weekend I saw with some tall ugly 1 Any advice TOMMY SADS Tom My advice is to print the I happen to be medium handsome and Jealousy will get you Some guys have It and others Sorry Sucker I was told that I should learn to use sllderule whei I came to Ihave one with 69 scales on Now that I have it perfectly I anl about to flunk out of school and Continued ou page 3 Study Help Offered By Tail Sigma Eta Informal study help and as sistance is offered to freshmen and other interested students in a service program set up by members of Tau Sigma scolastic honorary society for engineering Sessions offering aid in algebra studies and in the use of the slide rule are the first study aids being Informal classes are scheduled for ten to on Saturday February 12 and 24 and March 3 with members of Tau Sigma Eta to serve as instructional The classes will meet In Room There is no charge for this study dffered as a campus service by members of the honor ary Ifsufficient interest is shown In the similar classes and additional subjects will be scheduled for the spring Further on the study help project may be obtain ed A pres student in the Department of Mechanicral Engineering from Jack or Bill Scott both of wliorri are students In the Department of Electrical Engineering or from any member of Tau Eta College Aids Chamber Of Commerce At Sports Show In Chicago Recently This AbsentMinded Professor and Ills Dog made by Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity gayotlieuvii secondplace tlq In the Snow Sculp TriStaie College lii cooperating with the Angola Chamber of Commerce in promoting mutual Interests in the College and the community through representa tion at the Chicago Sports are as sisting of Commerce people In manning display and exhibit and in distributing informational literature on the College and the Angola The Colleges participation in the exhibit and display and in the distribution of promotional and brochures In charge of Richard Assistant to the He aided Secretary and TrnnHUfw of the College Ralph As sistant to the Treasurer Earl Placement and Dlrectpr of This year through the Angola Chamber of Commerce efforts were recognized by Lieutenant Governor Richard Ristine and Colonel adminis trative assistant Lieuten ant Governor was on hand Fri Saturday and Sunday to ob serve the Angola Included In the Angola booth are displays and liter ature promoting the Steuben comily lakes and Pbka gon State the many excel lent lake re and Continued on page 3 Frolic Features Winter Carnival Success Required Hard Work By Student Council Members Campus Cooperation Given In All Events Enthusiasm ran high and cooperation and were evi denced in the tremendous success of 196 2 Winter Carnivaltin caiffpuTriast Sponsored by the student continued and concerted ef fort on the part of the Council us a under the leadership of president Ronald was responsible for thesuccess of the Week end The countless details of the many small chores to be and the amount of dowrtright hard work required for the access of such a program must be experienced to be truly appreci Campuswide cooperation in planning and carrying out the Win ter Carnival program Was given by departmental honorary campus as well as many individuals These efforts resulted in a truly successful 1962 Winter Carni Vickj 1962 Winter Carnival Queen is shown and below are her Rachel Marlene Altnian and Sandra STUDENT INQUIRIES All students are urged by Skull and Bones society members to avail themselves of the op portunity offered to submit ques tions for this The Stu dent Inquiries box is located in the College and ques tions may be left in this Questions of general interest will be answered through this column in the and those of a personal nature will be answered personally or by Here are questions general as discussed this month Is there imy possibility of an organization sponsoring an open intermural track meet sometime during the sprinjf TCP There is always a possibility of holding an intermural track within certain limita TriState no fa a meet would have to be held a sod and the events would probably be limited to broad It that you call this matter to the attention of the Booster Question How does one get on the TrlAngle Muff Answer At the opening of each during the tion the cam pus publica tions are discussed and an invi tation ih extended to nil new stu dents who are interested in work on the campus news or the college If you belong to any campuH organization or why not express your willingness to serve Indicate your inter est in serving as a The assistanceand cooperation of all students is Mniz Iiind holds this for the winter 1962 quarter wil be hap py to discuss opportunities for service on the stuff of the campus newspaper with interested stu dents as will Tri Anglo advisor who may bo found at the News Service located in the College Among questions submitted were the following regarding cafeteria and The questions have been discus sed with anies Saga Food Service who is tile cafeteria operations are under Question Why is he lood in Hut cafeteria bad on HUTU IN a haiHinel Answer Hartzell states menus1 a banquet night are no different than on any other I follow a prescribed menu that is also used by some other Saga served There is no change in the menu just because there is a Question What can be done better food in the Cute terlu Answer Hartzell Better food is a rather vague and uncertain The Cafe teria management Is always open to any and all Question Avhy does one strip of white meat turkey and one strip of djirk meat tnrkey cost Since turkey is chenp I that the Cafeteria is charging a ridiculous price for very mediocre Answer IlartzoU The price of not entirely the purchase There are many variables such as labor method and time of cooking and preparation for serving that go Into the determination of the por Local Alumni Plan Banquet The board of directors of he Steuben County Alumni hapter of TriState eaded byWalter of Vail Lake announces the chair Men and committee for the first nnual banquet to be the illege cafeteria 6n ebruary Ross Butler Is the hairman of the ticket commit and he will be assisted by arry Erickson and George Dem Other committees named are 3 follows llehard and Robert Ramsay Walter Ted Moe John Stephen and Bratton M r Phyllis Mrs Nina and ack Haffln Moo Stephen and John All wives or husbands of mem oers of the committees will as list as hosts and Richard president of TriState will bo the guest His topic will be The Future of Tri State Richard DeGraff will be master of ceremonies for tne There will be music by a string quartet during the which will be followed by music by the College Glee Club after the Tickets must reserved in advance and may secured frpm any member of the ticket committee or by calling the Col The committee hopes that the alumni of TriState will avail themselves of this opportunity to hew alumni renew visits with old The organization been meeting since last fall and they hope to have a strong alumni chapter in this Importance Of Study The following article on graduate is quoted in itfc entirety from a letter written by North and appearing in tho Readers Write column of the phristian Science Monitor for January A discussion on Informrilion on Study for Students by executive vice has been recorded on and is available for use on lie campus by instructors lor classpresenta and for departmental so ciety and cuurpiiH oiKuniHtion The lain recording may litobtained from Uobert Associate School of who heads campus committee on AudioVisual TriState Collugu students iri MI graduate stndyare ad used also with J Glunn Ifegislrai anil Admissions who uan pro vldo iislsliince iu proper pro cedures for application and sub mission of transcripts much helpful Today graduate study is be coming Wore and more important to a society continually increas ing in and the in dividual trained in graduate school has a valued place in this In college of the demand for PhDs is growing In the better schools a masters degree is also becoming more necessary and is rewarded by higher salary and not the only occupation In which the need for graduate trained people is In scienti fic and government as well the man a higher degree is While graduate study is a known and accepted possibility to the children of some profes sional people and while it IB consciously promoted by some colleges and yet many students are unaware of its or hold it as out of their until they are deeply involved in some other activity Continued un page 6 Snow sculptures entered in Winter Carnival competition at TriState college by the three dprmitorles all eight frater plus the Newman lent an appearance of Disneyland to the community during the The ice and snow carvings and sculptures were a part of the week end events and which included a variety show ou Friday selection the crowning of Winter Carnival Queen Plans and arrangements for the Winter Carnival events were in charge of the Student Coun headed by Ron Baker as lialiPr was aided by Student Council representatives including Richard as mas ter of ceremonies for the variety show Harrel dance cliairr man Jerry chairman of the Winter Carnival Queencom mittee and Michael in arrangements for the Sculpture Trophies and awards were pre isented the Swing in National Guard Armory on Saturday cli scheduled weekend Chosen as the student most representative of TriState College was Edwin Civil Engineering student from Beav named with the trophy award presented by Robert Acting Dean ofstu Selection of Tri State was made by a committee of college administrative their choide being based on Schol personality and Mri who will complete his studies in is president of the senior presidentof the Civil En glneering whose mem bers named himas a and formerly served as president of Tau Sigma honorary society for engineering chosen as TriStatp by a committee of administrative staff members in cluding Richard Assistant to Glenn Registrar And Admission and Rob ert Acting Dean of Other candidates for title in addition to Edwin the David Cotter Mechanical Engi neering nominated by Cameron Hall residents William named by members of Alpha Beta schclastic for business students Pin nominated the Chemical Engineering so ciety which he heads as presi dent and Charles Pittsburgh nom inated by the Mechanical Engi neering Winter Carnival Queen Virkl sophomore at Marys was crowned Winter Carnival The Queen was chosen by student in balloting on the campus earlier in the Oslrun whose homo is In South was nominated as a candi date by the InterFraternity and her escort for the dahce was Jerry Chem ical Engineering student from Hn is a member of Phi Kappa Tlleu Serving members of the queens court were the three f other Marlene 1 InterDorm Coun ell candidate Rathoi Arch nominated by the tlont Society of Antonio live and Sandra Continued on 51 Yoiir Please STUDENTS ILANXINC TO DltOl1 OlT FOR ONK OR MOKK ILKASE in order In iilun rliicb umi to determine the nunilier of sections it impunant to accurate information the number of students peeled for any one of the four Students plunniiiK o drol out ul w html tor one or moro terms tti eome lo the Room Seioiul Administration and sinn an ap plication for Thih blitiulil bu dotiu without do b eniollineut is luiutod siiidents who to nrraugu fin luenrolliiu IIL in iliul tliey lie adommudaled when ihev relnin to lie   

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