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Angola Tri Angle (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Angola, Indiana The Triangle published by the students of Tri state College january 1961 1 student Council sponsors first Winter carnival january 27 and 28 includes dance Friday Winter and basketball on saturday outstanding recognition for two faculty members awarded science faculty Grants for doctoral studies Quant in acting school of and Chester chairman of the department of Mathe Matics and engineering received two of 300 science faculty fellowships awarded in december by the National Sci ence the two faculty members a piled Early last october for the Fellowship awards for study or work at doctoral and will be leaves of absence Tysl fall to their professor Hawthorne will his work at the University of notre oame and professor Davis plans to engage in studies at Michigan state the awards Are made for the of College science and selection of Fel lows is Mada by the foundation from among citizens of the United solely on the basis of for scientific study or scientific work at appropriate nonprofit received the Bachelor of science degree from to restate College in and the master of science degree from the University of notre Dame in he is a registered professional Engineer in in and one of 81 men throughout the United states named by the Federal aviation Agency As designated Engineer authorized to serve As direct representatives of the following serv ice with the Navy in world War Hawthorne returned to Tri state College in and has headed aeronautical department since he left the College in to accept a Post in but returned the following june to in the dual capacity of act ing Dean of the school of Engi Neering and As head of the Aero nautical engineering depart he is a member of the Institute of aerospace the american society for Engi Neering and the Royal aeronautical society of great in addition to his Cam pus Hawthorne has also served As a consultant in the aeronautical with particular attention to consulting with Bush pilots and air lines in joining the Tri state College faculty in 1958 As an associate professor in the department of mathematics and engineering Davis now of the after1 serving since 1959 As acting Davis holds the degree from Western Michigan continued on Page 6 new instructor begins duties Kuangming formerly of teach ing a instructor in the department of mathematics and engineering mechanics at the opening fall his appointments announced by a Vic president in charge of academic car Ries with it the rank of in 14 teaching classes in mechanics and in fluid came to Tri state College from Michigan where he has been engaged in doctoral studies since he expects to com plete work for his within the i after receiving the Bachelor of science degree from National Taiwan University in Lin came to the United where he studied at Auburn a u b u r Vav Hole working for his de Lin was a graduate assistant at Auburn through 1967 and he is a member of my up mathematics and an associate member of the society of civil Engi 164 students listed on fad Honor Roll awards in recognition of Scholastic achievements of Stu dents Are announced by Paul Dean of following compilation of Scholas records the end of the fall High Honor goes to David student in electrical whose name will be engraved on the scholars which is on permanent display in the administration Strawe will be so honoured in lieu of a second Gold key award for outstanding Scholastic ten students have earned Gold and Twenty six have earned Silver on the basis of their cumulative Scholastic records at the close of the fall the Scholastic Honor Roll for the fall Quarter carries the names of 164 of this All 123 had All As and and 26 were listed with All of the total listed on the Honor eight Are students from other eleven Are end rolled under Tri states cooperative educational training pro alternating periods of academic study with work periods under the supervision of their Industrial of the Coop three held All presentation of Gold and Silver keys take place at class Day program during the semiannual commencement activities in december in students earning these awards will be honoured and keys presented in the class Day ceremonies at the time of their qualifying for Gold key awards for outstanding Scholastic in Deavors Are Harold Nelson Richard Marlin Robert Thomas David Franklin Larry and Charles Silver keys have been earned by William Wall Edwin John Peter Iii Ian Charles Richard Gary David Donald Michael Gary Glen Wayne Carl William a William Carl Martin William Ronald Timothy and Lawrence Scholastic Honor Roll has 15 with All As december graduates listed with As include Rudolph Dennis and William with others holding continued on Page 4 Chester Davis Quant in Tri state among acs top ten Tri state College is cited As among those rounding out the top ten colleges and universities represented in the Milwaukee a spark the electronics division of Genc ated in the encouraging re eral according to a report already received follow in the december 1960 Issue of ins the announcement of a non the published credit course being offered by monthly for the company state College in cooperation management seminars planned for area business concerns widespread interest Indi i with the Indiana the according to the Ismay business sent to the College by alumnus i management and staff personnel Bernard iof businesses and industries in an Engineer with the com the Are among the Early Reg a Survey taken recently showed that almost on third of the employees of a Milwaukee Are College in its Milwaukee a spark plug has College representing about 30 per cent of its total working Force of nearly the Milwaukee operations of a include its research labs at bos ton and los Angeles the offered by the school of business adm Nistra includes fourteen seminar to be held of Theca pus each thursday evening from seven to starting March 2 and ending june although designed specifically for the managerial staffs of Small business firms in the employees of larger business or the taken by acs a animations whose duties Are scientific and professional Emi mostly can also ploy ment indicated Dene fit from the stated that Over half of the working Del trl states vice Force is employees com ing under this classification in clude clerical and secretarial help As Well As professional employees such As mathematic research and Sim Ilar scientific out of salaried employ 52 per cent possess College Der the Survey Over 77 per cent of these people with president in charge of academic in discussing the Harold acting Dean school of business adm Nistra reports that instructors in the course will be drawn from experts in the various some front the area and others from the Tri state enrolment in the noncredit course will be1 limited to to degrees Are technically trained i provide opportunities for ques that they have and and for in degrees or similar technical back1divldual the fee of there Are tech Wicall trained acs of professional employees reads like a College Lou a ill Jtj Jull Algu intr Blue there Are some 284 colleges and universities represented on the employee of i for the entire series covers and Reading a Well As the expenses of a dinner to precede the open seminars topics listed he fourteen sessions will Cov the University of Wtson or Swan topics As sales promo sin has the most graduates work labor and human ing for with a personnel and management de count of 446 Marquette University of Mil Waukee holds second place on continued on Page 6 Ramsay Jackson gets award pricing and managerial and operational according to Dean general subject matter of the seminars on management i and will Deal with the objectives of a business methods used in formulating business and the development of an efficiently functioning organization improving motivation of employees and the Neces continued on Page 4 Ramsay associate professor of mechanical received an award of Merit from the Wayne society of automotive the award was in recognition of his promotion of sae activities on the to astute College Cam according to Melvln chairman of the fort Wayne Sec who said my sincere appreciation is expressed for the Pirt you have played in the sae like your i am sure that the sae As Well As Many would certainly go by the thank you again for your help in fur Thering the sae the presentation was made at a meet ing of the fort Wayne and shown left to right Are Sla professor Howard Indiana technical who received a similar and Tri state Robert an Engineer with International Harvester com Pany it fort Mcafee was a member of the committee in charge of plans Tor the Meta scholarship is open to applicants applications Are now being accepted for a valuable scholarship in motor transportation and according to Glenn chairman Tri states scholarship commit the Schneider memorial open to a student majoring in motor transportation administration at provides per Quarter throughout the full course of and thus1 has a potential value of the scholarship is a gift of the Schneider is president of the Highway trailer a subsidiary of Highway trailer in of interest in the motor trans port Field and need for financial assistance As Well As academic qualifications will be carefully considered in awarding the schol application forms May be obtained by inquiring at the admissions room 155 of the administration tsp graduate Dies in traffic Accident Kenneth september i960 graduate in civil Engineer was instantly killed monday january in a traffic Accident near his Home in the Accident occurred about in the afternoon As was Enro Ute Home from his work with the Effingham Divi Sion of two fellow who were passengers in the Gould car sustained in juries in according to accounts in Rob Inson the Accident happened As the Gould car brushed against a Coal truck at the y division on route 33 East of the car went out of control careening across the curve and into a deep Ravine in the Park area separating the Highway from route then Down an embankment and into the Bottom of the a ver dict of accidental death was re turned by the coroners the Robinson Argus article is part Kenny death shocked and saddened this com he was an intelligent Young Man with a pleasing per he grew up in Robin attended local later attended and was graduated from Kemper military College in mis then Tri state College in where he took his degree in civil Engi Neering last for or More had been working Summers for Illinois division of highways and after graduation became permanently employed As an Engi Neer with offices in the District Highway offices in he is survived by his and Kenneth a Bruce a Stu Dent at Northwestern and by his Edna Gould of Cedar and Lindsay of funeral services were held january 12 at Robinson within torment Winter enrolment exceeds 1400 Winter Quarter enrolments to Tal 1414 according to the official figures As by Glenn of this 104 Are new Stu dents this and of the total enrolment of Only seven Are with a total of 3 4 7 married the of students enrolled under various educational provisions for veterans is 1971 other countries Are represented by 92 from British West Ger Many Hong in saudi Union of South and six provinces of Canada Are including and new Bruns Wick with seven six of whom Are from students Are Here from thirty eight states with Indiana heading the list with a total of Ohio is second with Michigan third with while new York has 102 and Pennsylvania the Only states not represented during the Winter Quarter Are geor new South and daily doubles Are encountered by faculty members with the most handicaps occurring in the department of electrical Engi where William i3ar Nett and Willuam Ron Ald King and Ronald Fredrick Smith and Frederick Smith Are among the the aeronautical engineering department must watch rec ords on William Ross and Wil Liam while still another William Ross is enrolled in the department of civil As though that we rent trouble the civil department Stu dents also include a build Dickey and Donnie continued on Page 3 student in the spotlight december grads welcomed As alumni As president of the senior Douglas december in electrical Engineer responded for the More than 180 graduating follow ing their Welcome into the alumni association extended by alumni president Otto Acker during the commencement Cere monies on i am earnestly support the alumni association and will use our Best talents to Advance to Good reputation of this said Hursey in his Brief honorary degrees were conferred on three recipients by president Richard honorary doctorates went to the commencement Theodore doctor of science and to alumnus Gilbert Doc Tor of and Fred doctor of engineering Man was assisted by Willie vice president in charge of academic who read the Walter site was selected by fellow members of the trl Anglo the citation for or Rockwell As the in the spot stated in part Theodore As Leader of the month j for this selection Winner of Tri state title to be announced at game Well is renowned As a scientist for his work on the atomic bomb for his discovery of a new Type Thermal and for his exemplary contribution As a scientific and president of the Zollner was cited for his outstanding contributions to the Industrial growth of the United and his energetic and ambitious inter ests in engineering and Man fac underlying desire to be of service to his Fellowman his interest in exemplified by his Knothole gang for his devout interest in the Advance ment of the citation for who is head of the agricultural news services in stated agricultural distinguished in the Field agricultural Gilbert Gusler is a genuine representative of the True meaning of excellent character and High and he was also credited with outstanding Diplo Matic work or the United states and for the United in his commencement address Yho is technical director of the naval reactors division of reactor develop prizent atomic Energy commission and of the nuclear Power Divi u navys Bureau of emphasized the need for continuing declaring that a dugout canoes Man May create bythe of his but to produce a nuclear sub Marine requires the sustained output of All his and the Choice Between a continued on Page 2 should come As a Complete prise to even though he is currently serving As managing editor of the during Winter since these Lection was made in private staff discussions without his knowl since coming to Tri state in the fall of 1957 of a Fruehauf scholarship for study in motor transportation admin site has been among the leaders in Campus a he was among Twenty five students selected by a Fracul on Page 6 aliens must Register before january 31 the United states immigration and naturalization service re minded All aliens in Indiana to Day that Little time remains in which noncitizens must file their annual address reports As required by Perfett officer in pointed out that address report forms Are available at nearest immigration service of fice or Post office for the convenience of noncitizens required to report their addresses to the government each january under a provision of the immigration and nationality act of Perfetto stated it is hoped that All persons subject to this Law will go to the nearest immigration office or Post office and fill out an address report form before the january 31st deadline to avoid possible serious he explained that persons found guilty of 11 wilful violation would to subject to a possible Juil and Deport Timken students receive certificates officials of the College and of Tho Timken roller com in ceremonies in which engine i inn Elm Klein certificates were awarded to James Heckley and a Letoi who completed their studies under tinting Ken sponsorship shown Here Are Douglas associate prov Sacii it Lonny Glinin Lumli Rock hit nil chit products Tho Lutui two inc con Cern of t he Winter being sponsored by the student Council for Friday and january 27 and in clude a dance on Friday with saturday Given Over to sports ice Tho announcement of the Winner of the Tri state open House in the fraternities and and the Tri Stute versus Concordia basketball game on saturday announces Dave student Council presi five students were to he chosen by elections on thursday to serve As finalists in the Tri state and at fhe same members of the Board of judges chosen by announcement of five candidates willbe made Early this and the Success Ful candidate will be introduced and Given a trophy award in prop Riate ceremonies of recognition at the halftime during sat urday nights basketball the Booster headed by Tim is sponsoring the Tri state the Charlie Brown Kelly orchestra will play for the dance to be held in the National guard armory on Friday from nine to one during the the five candidates for the Tri state title will be in tickets for the dance Are per and May be obtained at the door that saturdays events open with judg ing of Snow sculpture at eleven fraternities and Dormi tory residents Are participating in this unique and interesting com and trophies will be awarded As and third according to the decision of the Pokagon state Park will be the scene of the Winter sports planned for saturday afternoon from one to to and other sports Are scheduled for the unless the weather forces cancellation of these open House be held in All of the fraternities from to preceding the basketball and following the continued on Page 6 Twentyfive companies Are Coop sponsors Twentyfive companies Are participating in the cooperative educational training program at Tri state in which students Are presently enrolled according to the report for the Winter an prepared by William in addition to his duties As placement i supervises the operations of the Coop pro Gram at Tri state Coll Getho development of which has been largely due to his elicits original planning for the program under the supervision of Gerald Vic president in charge of Public one new county of is listed Anion in the participating businesses and industries this croup now Havu kill mid lit Wilt Wincki then Suteu of the Coop Dii ils me lion in work of Iliili in Mich Vii led Fields of Nellh tinny two Coop students enjoined in Mudies on the us Etc on Leonov Hull ii is ill Kohly to eleven of our Coop students achieved qualifying them tin Lisin on Hie for Fiill said null Pait Iii Laily to Cilo of let use Yousik Nikii held null iwo having mine i Ull inn nil As it in n student malt s it Iii Wen k Anil Lunil staid a to cling in Lump nil 3

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