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Angola Tri State Triangle (Newspaper) - November 14, 1963, Angola, Indiana XVII 9 NOVEMBER 1963 Carey and Pierce Awarded Scholarships 1963 Maintenance Seminar Enjoys Good Turnout Outstanding authorities in var ious fields of motor vehicle manu facture and maintenance are among speakers addressing seminar par ticipants the fiveday course Motor Fleet Vehicle Maintenance being held at TriState College this November The thirty nine enrollees are from arid and many types of motor fleet vehicle oper The Incentive IB Profit is the topic the address to be given by Everett Der partment of Transportation Administration at as guest speaker at the graduation for Following the pro TriStates will award certificates to enrollees attending the seminar The luncheon will held Friday November at Ea ton Springs Trout Institute of Public The Pennsylvania State is director of the with Charles of the TriState as course co The part of nationwide program tor mainte nance personnel in charge of motor fleet is sponsored by the National Committee for Motor Fleet Supervisor cer tificates presented for satisfactory completion of the course meet par tial fulfillment toward certifi cation the National Following greetings and opening remarks by Course Director Thom as at Monday mornings opening the featured speaker was Larry of General Motors Flynn discussed the importance of considering all operating factors In his talk on Principles of Vehicle For the past six Flynn has been Engineering Consultant to the Transportation Productivity Re search Group on and oper ation and Mondays speakers also Included Peter assistant marketing salesService department The Pure Oil Illinois William fleet sales Perfect Circle Cor Hagerstown Norman supervisor of service engi Thomson Automotive Pro ducts and Toledo Steel Products Division and Charles as sistant experimental Tht White Motor Among this weeks speakers are Wilbur District Sales North American Van Fort who ap pears on Friday mornings pro discussing effective commun Other at that program Include Joseph Boyn executive vice Egner and West Rich Ohio and Wayne Cham Associate Tri States School of Business Admin Two evening sessions are sche with Charles Safety Bureau of Motor Interstate Commerce dlaciMBlng The Main tenance Departments Role In High way on Tuesday At Wednesday evenings session on tion McDonald Dairy Flint talk on private and light fleets the pvertheroad fleet view point given by Miller division fleet lubrication engineer for Mobil Oil Scheduled for Novem ber are talks by George supervisor of tire mainten Eastern on Tire by William division Bear Manu facturing Rock on FrontEnd Balance and Wheel Cummins Alignment Ralph Mc supervlsor of service train Engine on on Diesel Engine and by Lewis field engi Eaton Manufacturing Com on Preventive Maintenance 4nd Overhaul Procedures for Dual Reduction HAMS ANOUNCE Two Scholarships CtfKTEST RESULTS Awarded TSG Students to Pixs Scheduled For Organizations Pictures of the underclass body of TriState College will not appear in the school yearbook as In past reported Tom EditorinChief of the The pictures will not be included this year because of the poor response of the under classmen to the free picture sittings Monday and November 4th arid belonging to the different organizations the campus will have their pic ture in the group activity these Organization and society group pictures are sch to be taken on November 18 and in the room 103 They are scheduled as fol ows November 1063 ORGANIZATION TIME Mechanical Society and Institute of Aero include Barl Tnrasporte nautics and Astronauts Student American and Chehiical Civil Engineering Society Institute of Electrical Engineers Sigma Epsilon Society American Society of Tool Manufacturing Engineers and Student Council Society of Engineers November 1963 National Defense Trans portatlon Association Motor Transport Society Booster Club Flylns Thunderblrds Newman Club Amateur Radio dub International Students TriState Christian Feffowship Alwood Hall Cameron Hall Platt Hall Council Results of the Srplng VHP perating Contest were recently nnounced by the CK the TriState ollege took 2nd and 4th ace In its respective lese two awards are now hangig among the many other certlcates and awards W9BF has Plans are now being made enter the annual Contest for all A SL card has been received conrming a QSO with Senator arry Goldwater of ohn was the perator who talked to Senator Projects under way this quarter iclude installing a new antena for 2 meters and minor rer airs and adjustments on the equipment and the amplifier for low Operators report the 20 meter and is in good shape for Euroiean and the meter and is having extended 1963 Dresser ScHolarship awards of each have been awarded to two TriState Timothy of and William Pierce reports William Dean of Students and Chairman of the Student Aid committee at the Both young men are students In the Department of Mechanical Mr a scholastic honor roll student with a current ratio of is vice president and Students Coucil representative of Department Offers Statistics Course The Math Department of TriState is again offering their course on statistics In order to implement this next quarter Winter Quarter 1963 Hockey states that a group of about 14 to 15 students will be needed to open the course and the prerequisite will be Calculus 1 and Those who are interested and who meet the requirements should contact either Hockey or King in the Math YEW LOOK AND COURSES OFFERED JY MATHEMATICS The Math Department at TriState College professors epresenting 35 colleges and iniversities covering nine states ihd These 15 profesiors teach over 1800 students laily and are headed by Arthur Hockey and the various and their heads include the following William Theikeld Don Tlchenor King and George This department has traditionally two departmental dinners a year one during the fall and one during the This falls affair is scheduled for the last week in November and will be carryin dinner attended by the Math Department faculty arid their Engineering students taking advanced math will be using a new text next fall quarter due to the efforts of Butler and a new Advanced will be offered next This one will require a course in differential equasions and a B average in all previous math The Math Department now has a Library and Conference Room which will seat 14 students and is located on the first floor o CircleK Plans Friday The Circle K affiliate of the got off to a good start this quarter with the resulting of five new members Walter Dennis Bob Bob and Larry This brings the total membership to eight Offices were voted upon and Vic Hum became Terry vicepresident Bob secretary arid Larry The Circle K Club is still actively sponsoring local 182 Scout Troop here in Two of the scouts appeared in Cameron residence hall for He is a member of Tau Slg scholastic honorary oclety for engineering md has earned the Key award for scholastic lie son of and Leon he Js a 1961 graduate rf Tipton Township Recently elected of he Junior is treasurer of the TriState College Chapter AmerJ an Society Tool and Manufac turing Engineers Jof au Sigma and also earned he Silver Key His schol astic ratio Is The son of and Willie of he is to the ormer Rosemary Ann Schumak er of The Dresser Scholarships were established at TriState College by alumnus Laurence founder and president of The Dresser Engineering scholar ship grants of each are awarded upperclass men in the School of Engineer ing oh the basis of schol astic promise of achieve and needing as sistance to continue their studies at TriState Fall Festival Building Another project of the Circle Mikchel Number will be Professor directing this K Club which should be in the facility for the interest of all students at Tri State is the planning of MrHockey also announces the weekly dances here on the cam addition to his of a The Student Council has ap 60 mural of the and the first dance will will add greatly to the be held November at eight attractiveness of the Math De andinvitations have been sent to coeds in the There things being will be a general admission fee TrJStateCoUegVcan beproudof of twentyfive cents to defray tne cost operating the dances buying new i For the first Circle K U now being represented the Student sentative Is Dennta its Math Department and Dont you ever feel like work i boy was and Uo ejv but I do with William Pierce native of Litch received his of Science degree in Civil Engineering from TriState College in 1923 and serves his alma mater as a member of the Board of The TriState Dresser an honorary doctorate in He U a past president of the Nation al Society of Professional Engin eers a past president of the Oklahoma Society of Profession al His distinguished career has been marked by parti cipation In varied fields of ac including engin the petroleum education and ex latter centered par ticularly on Mayan
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