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Indiana State Teachers College, the largest of Pennsylvania's 14 state teachers colleges, was founded in 1875
and became a state teachers college in 1927. T h e College
is operated as a part of the public school system of
Pennsylvania under the direction of the Teacher Education Div~sionof the Department of Public Instructiot~.
T h e local control of the College is vested in a Board
of Trustees of nine members appointed by the Governor.
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vided from student fees and state allocations. Approxi,
mately 45 per cent of the total cost is provided by the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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THE COLLEGE PLANT
T h e College is located in Indiana, Pennsylvania, a
beautiful town of 12,000 population. Indiana is the
Indiana County seat.
T h e campus is comprised of 56 acres of ground, well
landscaped and dotted with more than 200 oak trees.
There are twelve major buildings on the campus and
eighteen other structures.
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T h e faculty of the College numbers 140 persons, all
of whom have had many years of experience in public
education before joining the staff. Of the total 41 hold
doctor's degrees. All except two members of the staff
hold a t least a master's degree.
Members of the staff have also had considerable ex.
perience in teaching at other institutions of higher learning in this country. T h e 140 staff members received their
undergraduate training at 76 different institutions and 147
have completed graduate work at 39 different universities
in this country.
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With a sound general education as a basis, a student
acquires the understandings and skills necessary for teach,
ing others in his particular field. Early in his college
career he begins to observe and participate in teaching
situations in a modern laboratory school maintained by
the college. As a culminating acttvity, hls professional
preparation provides for a full semester of partiupation in an actual teaching situation.
Opportunities are afforded students to specialize
in any one of six areas including Elementary, Secondary,
Art, Business, Home Economics, and Music.
Of the more than 2,180 students enrolled 90% come
from the upper half of their high school classes and
more than 70% from the upper quarter. Students from
the lower half of their high school classes are admitted
only by examination.
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come homes whose families represent a cross section of
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Welcome to the Alumni!
Indiana is now Pennsylvania's largest teachers college. With 3
student body of 2,180 and a faculty of 140, it has become the largest
~nstitutefor the preparation of the teachers in the Commonwealth. O f the
100 colleges and universities in Pennsylvania it is the ninth largest of all
institutions of higher learning.
W e are not unaware of the responsibility which this increase in size
places upon us. Indiana has long prided itself on the quality of its program
and its products. W e are determined that this rapid growth does not
jeopardize the quality of our educational program. I am happy to report
that we have a student body of very high caliber and a most competent statf.
W e trust that our physical plant will be expanded in the near future
to meet the demands which have been made of us. I am happy to report
that a new building program will likely get under way in the near future.
W e trust that you will have a most enjoyable visit on the campus.
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Norm (Luke) Lewandowski, Indiana quarremacw,
a fire down after tamng a pass
from Dick DomviUe in the second quarter of the Ball State game. Ball State won, 26-0.
From the Scouting Reports:
Don't Take Edinboro Lightly!
Don't take Edinboro lightly! That's the warning from the scouts who watched
the Red Raiders upset SlippWy Rock last Saturday, 13-9.
Coached by Bob Thurbon, former Pitt star, the Edinboro club offers a s
versatile backfield headed by former Cincinnati U. player Gordon Kidder an8:%
pound Jimmy Concilla. Keep your eye on these boys as Edinboro employs a T-formation
shifting to single wing attack.
The Raiders dropped their first game to conference foe Clarion, 13-6, but they'll
be happy to pin a defeat on Indiana, still in the STC championship running after last
week's 6-0 win over favored California.
The Braves had several breaks in the California encounter but the T D was no
fluke. It came on a 51-yard pass play from freshman Bill Hoffman to Bob McFarland.
Tzhe junior end is showing the way to the backs in scoring, for he's counted all four
Indiana six-pointers this season.
1 n d i G now shows a 2-1 record for the year, beating St. Vincent in the opener,
20-6, and losing the secand game to Ball State, 26-0. Both games were played here at
College Memorial Field, but in winning and losing the ISTC eleven looked like two
Next week the Big Indians take to the road for a Saturday engagement with
R d . They're back here the next week for another conference fray with Clarion.
-Final league contest is an away game with Lock Haven on October 27. Then will
follow a non-conference game with Westminster here on November 3 and an away game
with Geneva on November lo.
A victory today would give h e Braves the same win record of 1355, with five
games left to play.
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26 Years with the Pigskin
Head Coach Sam Smith
Makes Two Stops in Career
Sam Smith, head football coach and athletic
director at Indiana Teachers, has made only two
stops in a coaching career that spans 26 years.
Smith first coached at Dormont High near Pittsburgh before moving to Indiana in 1949.
He graduated from South Hills High School
in Pittsburgh in 1926 after earning letters in football, basketball, baseball and track. His coach was
Grover Washabaugh, now cage mentor at Westminster.
The ISTC mentor went to Waynesburg College
through 1930, playing his first football game at
17 among other players who were in kheir 20's. He
played tackle for three years and had some backfield experience as a fullback and punter.
At Dormont Smith handled football, basketball, baseball and track. There he remained until
he came to ISTC in 1949. Three years were spent
in the service from 1943 through 1945.
Smith's football teams at Dormont won the
WPIAL championship in 1939 and the Class A
title in 1942. Springdale beat Dormont for the
title in 1946.
His football record showed only 30 losses in
132 games over the 26-year period, 14 of the losses
comlng in the first five years.
The best basketball record was a string of 33
consecutive league wlns over four years. HIS teams
were in the playoffs for five seasons out of seven
at one stretch.
His biggest basketball thrills came in beating
a favored ~ l i q u i p p ateam in the playoffs and wallopping arch-rival Mt. Lebanon by 67-8 one year
durlng the center-jump era when scores were generallv low.
A football thrill was winning a game in the
final six seconds in 1939 to wind up a first undefeated season and claim the championship. The
score was tied 6-6 when one of Smith's halfbacks
was tackled on the one-yard line with six seconds
The captain called time even though it meant
a five-yard penalty. A touchdown pass was thrown
to a boy who hadn't caught one all season. Since
that time, Smith says he's allowed his quarterback
to run the ball club on the field.
Until last season Smith had never experie'nced
a losing season at Indiana. However, his 1955 club
slipped to five defeats in eight games.
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Former lSTC Great
A new addition to Indiana coaching is OWEN DOUGHERTY,
who captained the Penn State
eleven as a halfback in 1950. In
addition to being k d i e l d coach,
he'll serve as an mistant ta
Smith iin basebdl. Dougherty
r football cosch at
Dymem Hgh School b a f e
rormngg w Indiana thie )reate The
sew eaach kaJ also had swme pro
baseball expmienee, playing t r
Seranton in tbe E
PECK McKNIGHT was the first
four-sport athlete in ISTC history, earning 14 letters in fwball, basketball, baseball and tea&
between 1926 8nd 1930. He far.
m I y coacbed in Cutwensvifle,
Creeosburg, and H e d q and is
now head b d e M c o d here
as well s
taw SHAPPBtt; is rhe ISTC
c v d l jH
that WTC B&we help.
arrived. Be's been at Wima
kw beem a &pdd &cation
sbuCLcrr he~eSiMe 1845.
While at Ohio
U n i v d b won the state wrest.
ling champimahip of Ohio in the
137-pound dw and mmed w
foosbali letters as well, Lewr hnerly~wrasclitlg,esI~
vifle anrt &Beis whwe be mmed
oxit a2iout 12
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Assistant Coach Lew Shaffer gives the word to the Indiana guards, left to right, kneeling,
Max Bechtel, Ijb Pesci, Jim Forsha, Dick Nitowski, and Mike Antonetti, and standing,
Bob Baird and Joe Vangrin.
Meet the Big Indians
MICHAEL ANTONETTI, guard - - played two years of
PATRICK CONLEY, halfback - played o n Central
football a t Ambridge under Moe Rubenstein . . . Navy
veteran . . . junior in the elementary department . . .
plays intramural sports . . . enjoys reading, dancing, music.
Catholic's unbeaten team in 195?. . . . in 1954 named
most valuable player in conference while at Prospect
Park . . . sophomore biology major . . . brother Jack
JOHN BARLEY, quarterback - a secondary sophomore
from Beaver " . didn't earn a letter in 1955 but fits
CHARLES COSTANTINO, quarterback - freshman
into plans this year . . . social studies major . . . performs
for Sam Smith as pitcher o n I S T C nine.
business ed. . . . played three years a t Freeport under
Johnny Karrs , . , veteran of Army
, , . 21,year,
old . . . stands 5.8 and weighs 175 pounds.
WILBUR BERKEY, center - sophomore in art de*
RICHARD DOMVILLE, halfback - football and bas,
JAMES BOUCHER, center -- seeking his fourth foot,
ball letter . . . Jim played high school ball at Dormant
EDWARD FITZGERALD, tackle - a sophomore b i d
partment . . . played three years varsity football at Wind,
ber . . . standout wrestler in high school . . . Navy vet,
he played football for Naval Base, Patuxent River, M d .
under Fred Loeffler . . . a geography major
the rugged Indians at 5.10, 205.
ketball star at Avalon High . . . played o n school's un,
defeated grid team in 1950 and o n state Class B runners
u p basketball tcam . . . Air Force vet . . . business ed
o&?y major . . . played high school ball at Washington
T w p . under Wendell Bossart . . . lettered as a freshman
. . . Fitz stands 5.11 and weighs 210.
RICXARD BUZZELLI, tackle - a sophomore transfer from V.M.1, where he carned letter as freshman . . .
JAMES FORSHA, guard -- one of the Johnstown twins
played four years of high school ball at Blairsville . . .
social studies major . . . likes to hunt.
. . . a geography sophomore . . . served in the Air Force
where he played football and baseball . . . four years of
high school football . . . enjoys golf.
ROBERT CLEMINSON, center - -
JOHN FORSHA, tackle
a n elementary sophomore . . . played on W P I A L championship team a t
Aliquippa . . . a Beaver County all-star . . . picked u p
letter as a freshman . . . also lettered in baseball.
-the other Johnstown twin
also an Air Force vet . . . played as linebacker o n
Bolling Air Force grid team in 1951 . . . three years
of service baseball . . . geography sophomore.
Newcomers who are candidates for the fullback job on the Indiana eleven include, left to
right, kneeling, Jim McKay and Eugene Szymanski, and standing, Dick DePoe,
John Blackson, Pat Mondock, and Tony Nicholas.
- - a biology sophomore . . . let,
tered as a freshman . . . played high school ball at Brent.
wood under Bob Wrenshall . . . participates in intramural
RONALD FREY, tackle
DICK NITOWSKI, guard
RICHARD GOODERHAM, end - - a veteran performer
seeking his fourth letter . . . also a standout on the base,
ball diamond . . . business ed senior with accounting
major . . . Goodie hails from Patton.
. .. he
goes after fourth football letter . . . education interrupt,
ed by service in Navy . . played for Blairsville's Class
A W P I A L champs in 1947 . . . enjoys outdoor life.
WILLIAM HOFFMAN, quarterback .- freshman busi,
STEPHEN RASH, end -- junior from Homer City
ness ed with accounting major . . . comes from Scranton
Technical H i g h where he played football, basketball
and baseball . . . played in "Dream Game" in Scranton
NORMAN LEWANDOWSKI, qumerback -a versatile
performer, h e plays any backfield position
ball.carrier and ace passer . . social studies, geography
majors . . . a senior, Luke seeks fourth letter . . baseball vet.
- Mac returned to ISTC
this year after Army service . . . a junior geography
major . . . played two years of football while stationed
in Germany . . . also letters as a baseball performer.
ROBERT McFARLAND, end
PATRICK MONDOCK, fullback
- senior going after his
third football letter at I S T C . . . played his high school
ball at Har-Brack under Neil Brown . . . 26 years old
. . . served in the U.S. Navy.
EVERETT PESCI, guard - geography major
math major . . . football, basketball, track star in high
school . . . played on Homer City's county champions
cage team in 1954 . . . earned grid letter last year.
-Navy veteran . . . senior in busid
ness ed, with accounting major . . . played on W P I A L
Class A champion team at Blairsville in 1947 . . . has
earned three letters at ISTC.
JOHN RIGGS, end
JAMES SKVARLA, halfback
. . . biology major . . . smallest squad member at 5-5 . . .
in senior year at Penn Township of Claridge was award,
ed trophy for ~ e r f o r m a n c e ,sportsmanship and scholar*
RICHARD STEVENSON, end - a senior biology
ed . . . captained Morris Township High football and
basketball teams during junior and senior years . . led
Moshannon Valley League in football scoring two years.
major . . . was a member of all4eague team in Section
1 3 , WPIAL basketball while at Claysville . . . choice for
Washington-Greene County Football Conference allastar
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Indiana Squad Roster
Roaring Spring Roaring Spring
Bechtel, M a x i
New Kensington New Kensington
Campitell, Anthony t E
Cleminson, Robert * C
Conley, Patrick *
Constantino, C. t
Coyne, Thomas t H B
Cress, Larry 7
D. L. Parker
Domville, R. *t
Falenski, James t
Washington Twp. Wendell Bossart
Johnstown Central Clark Shaffer
Forsha, James *t
Johnstown Central Clark Shaffer
Forsha, John *t
Gooderham, R. *** E
Hartnett, Don t
C. T. Miller
12 Hoffman, William
84 Jones, Ray
Ebensburg-Cambria James Cook
13 Lewandowski, ***
23 Mann, Memitt t
88 Mash, Jack t
80 McFarland, R. **?
35 McKay, James
Adams-Summerhill Sam Plummer
89 Mechling, Kenneth
30 Mondock, Patrick
46 Nicholas, A. f
63 Nitowski, R. **t
North Braddock Scott
55 O'Malley, John
20 Payne, James
64 Pesci, Everett ***t G
42 Powers, Robert t
87 Pruchnic, Edward t E
85 Rash, Steve
82 Riggs, John ***?
26 Scott, Herbert
61 Sexton, Donald
45 Skvarla, James
83 Stevenson, R. **
28 Swardell, Thomas
51 Szafranski, Kenneth C
36 Szymanski, Eugene FB
22 Tomb, Tom
Erie Strong VincentV. Bell
67 Vangrin, Joseph
69 Verschuren, Bill
76 Vidonas, Edgar t
* Indicates number of letters earned prior to 1956.
t Indicates service veteran.
.. Lewis Shaffer
Team Physician .................................
Dr. R. G. Goldstrohm
Director of 60-piece Band ......... C. David McNaughton
INDIANA - 1955 RESULTS
6 - Indiana
13 - Indiana .................................... 7
Indiana .............................. 14 - California
Slippery Rock ............ 25 - Indiana ..........................
Clarion ............................. 27 - Indiana
13 - Lock Haven
St. Vincent ........................ 7 - Indiana
Won 3, Lost 5
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Sroaer (31),'~immermvl (12)
Canales (13) Shesman (22) .
Twardowski (39). Vashaw (34)
Gfdo (ll), Bonelb (37)
Cunningham (43). Haraczy (32)
,. - , .
PROBABLE LINEUP and
RDER O F SUBSTITUTION
ROSTER BY NUMBERS
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27 Bruno, David, g
29 Hrlbert, David, b
30 Ketchel, Gordon, e
31 Stoner, Gaynor, e
32 Haraczy, Frank, t
33 Magdik, Amil, e
34 Vashaw, Rodney, c
35 Putnam, Ronald, e
.36 Johnson, Banr b
37 Bonello, ~ h a r c s ,g
38 Tammariello, Robert, b
39 Twardowski, Bernie, c
40 Montedoro, Charles, b
41 Smith, Pete, b
4 2 Trott, Fred, b
43 Cunningham, Robert, t
44 Kidder, Gordon, b
45 Ruland, David, t
Downs, William, h
Schneider, James, g
Passerotti, Richard, t
LaForest, Mark, e
Gido, George, g
Zimmerman, Stanley, e
Canales, Mandy, t
Teleha, Mike, g
Drabent, James, e
Tarbi, James, g
Bianco, Carmen, g
Concilla, James, b.
Shasman, Bill, t
Simmons Arndd, b
Stornelli, Richard, b
Lamberti, Joseph, c
Peiitley, William, e
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PROBABLE LINEUP sad
ORDER OF SUBSTITUTION
LE Goohrham (81), Stevensan (83),
LT Jack ~ o r ; h a(70). Frey (75).
LG lim Forsha (60).
- , Antonetti (68).
B a a (62)'
;, C Qeminson (59), Berkey (m),
;:RG Pesci (64), Nitowski (63),
Bcchtel ( 6 5 )
RT Buzzelli (79), Armanjni (74),
RE McFarhd (SO), Riggs (82),
:' QB Lewandowski (13), Barley (14),
4 r;Costamino (16)
r r L H Mondock (30), P. Conky (25),
R H Domvifle
(40), Skvarla (4S),
FB El&iackson (31), McKay (35)
Costantino, H o b
Place k i b f ? :
ROSTER BY NUMBEM
Hoffman, William, b
Lcwandowski, Norman, b
'. ' 14 Barley, John, b
16 Costantino, Charles, b
20 Payne, James, b
2 1 Braddick. lames. b
Tomb, Thbmas; b -, ,Mann, Merritt, b
Conley, Patrick, b
Scott, Herbert, b - -. ;
AppeI, Joseph, e
Swardell, Thomas, g
Mondock, Patrick, b
Blackson, John, b
DePoe, Richard, b
Erney, Dewey, b
McKay, James, b
Szymanski, Eugene, b
Charley, Richard, t
Domville, Dick, b
Coyne, Thomas, b -.- Powers, Robert, b
Blum. Robert. B
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61 Sexton, Donald, g
6 2 Baird, Robert, g
63 Nitowski, Richard, g
64 Pesei Everett, g
Bechtel, M a x , g
Harnett, Don, g
Vangrin, Joseph, g
Antonetti.. Mike. c
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Foraha, John, t
Fitzgerald, Edward, t
Altemus, Fred, t
Haubrich, Ronald, t
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Edinboro State Teachers College
Edinboro, Erie County
Athletic Director, Arthur L. McComb
ead Football Coach,
ert W. Thurbon
Team Physician, Dr. Boyd W. Ghering
Canales, c and^
~ r a b e n t ,James,
20, St. Vincent 7
State 26, Indiana 0
6, California 0
at Slippery Rock
at Lock Haven
Nov. 3 ......................................
. at Geneva
St. Joseph, Oil City
Lockport, N. Y.
Lockport, N. Y.
Lockport, N. Y.
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Sept. 22 - Clarion
13, Edinboro 6
Sept. 29 - Edinboro 13, Slip. Rock 0
Oct. 6 ..................... at Indiana Teachers
Oct. 13, Brockport (N.Y.) Teachers
............ John Carrol
at Mansfield Teachers
. Case Institute
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INDIANA FOOTBALL SQUAD
John O'Malley, Ken Bender, Pat Mondock, Bill Hoffman, Dick DePoe,
John Blackson, Ed Vidunas, Ken Szyfranski.
4th row-Joe Appel, Bob Blum, Tom Conley, Dick Armanini, Tom Coyne,
Max Bechtel, Don Hartnett, Steve Rash, Everett Pesci, Jim Forsha, Lefty
Riggs, Dick DomviUe.
Erney, Jim Payne, Herb Scott, Don Sexton, Tim Brown,
(Mgr.), Art Cornell (Mgr.), Don Smith (Mgr.), Bill H e l d (Mgr.),
Bob Powers, Larry Cress, Jack Mash, Bob Ouin.
Left to right, 1st row-John Barley, Dick Nitowski, Jim Boucher, Pat Conley, Bob Clemenson, Mike Antonetti, Dick Stevenson, Dick Gooderham,
Norm Lewandowski, Bob MacFarland, Dick Buzzelli, Ed Fitzgerald, Tony
Tomb, Jim Braddick, Gene Szymanski, Jim McKay, Jim
Skvarla, Wilbur Berkey, Roy Jones, Jim Falenski, Dick Charley, Tom
Swardell, Tony Nicholas, Bob Baird, Joe Vangrin.
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Edinboro Claims 'First'
In Teacher Training
DR. THOMAS ROOT MILLER
State Teachers College
Edinboro State Teachers College was chartered in 1861
as a State Normal School. It was the second Normal Schml
in Pennsylvania and the first teacher training institution
west of the Allegheny Mountains. For over half a century
the school thus devoted to teacher education grew and
In 1926 it became a State Teachers College and was
authorized by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to offer
the four year curricula and to grant degrees.
Edinboro grants degrees of Baohelor of Science in
Education in elementary, secondary, and art curricula. Also,
a program for training dental hygienists and public school
nurses for a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education is
Edinboro is located eighteen miles south of the city
of Erie, bordering on the beautiful Edinboro Lake. The
college has a splendid setting on a beautiful campus with
President of Edinboro is Dr. Thomas Root Miller, who
assumed the presidency in 1954. Prior to that Dr. Miller
had been Dean of the College at Oswego State Teachers
College, Oswego, N. Y.
Dr. Miller is a native of Pennsylvania and a graduate
of Mansfield Teachers College. He completed his work for
his Master's and Doctor's degrees at Syracuse University.
Edinboro Football Squad
Left to right, First Row --Thurbon, Ketchell, Hilbert, Bonello, Smmons, Bruno, Montedoro, Bianco, Condlla, Tammariello, Lewis
Second Row -DiCesare, Trott, Harauy, Stoner, Donatucci, Cunningham, Shesman, Twardowski, Johnson, Vashaw,
Third Row -Ramsey, Smith, Magdik, Gido, Canales, Zimmerman, Kidder, Ruland, Putnam, Teleha, LaForest, StorneE,
Fourth Row -Flynn, Vrema, Downs, Andrews, Tarbi, Passerotti, Beatty, Bardroff, Schneider, Rizzo, Zanotti
Here's the starting backfield for the Edinboro Red Raiders. Left to
right are Right Halfback Jim Concilla, Left Halfback Gordon
Kidder, Fullback Barry Johnson and Quarterback Chuck Montedoro
Bob Thurbon, Pitt All American,
In First Year As Edinboro Coach
Head Football Coach
Bob 'rhurbon, 38, graduate of Academy High School in Erie where he was a
three-letter man, was All-American at the University of Pittsburgh under the great Jodc
Sutherland. In 1943 T.hurbon played pro football with the Pittsburgh Steelers and was
high scorer for that team in both 1943 and 1944. Following his hitch in the army he
played a season with the Buffalo Bisons in the All-American Football Conference.
In 1954 and 1955 Bob Thurbon was the backfield coach at North East High
School, before coming to Edinboro this fall.
Arthur L. McComb is a graduate of Plain Grove High School, 1916, Slippery
Rock Normal School, 1920, and the University of Pittsburgh, 1934. He coached at
Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, New Castle, and Aspinwall High School before
coming to Edinboro in 1946. He was men's athletic director from 1946 through 1955
as well as coach of football, basketball, track and swimming. In 1956 Mac became
Athletic Director and Robert W. Thurbon was brought into the college to do the
Palclce Garden Theatre
SOUTH OF INDIANA - OFF ROUTE 119
Today, "Love Is a Many Splendord Thing," with
Jennifer Jones and William Holden. Also "Pick-up
on South Street" with Richard Widmark and Jean
Peters . . . Coming October 15, 16, 17, "Ulysses,"
in color with Kirk Douglass and Silvana Magnano.
First Show, 7:15 - Second Show, 9:20
Welcome t o
Y o u are cordially
the function o f your
Crowds enjoyed this Arabian Nights
float in the 1955 Homecoming parade
ALPHA SlGMA ALPHA
........... Trudy Lisensky
Jean Marie Kunz
Adviser ...................................... .
............................. Joy Mahachek
Tea following the game in Sorority Room, John
ALPHA SlGMA TAU
Homecoming Tea from 3:00 to 500 p.m. in
Sorority Room (14-N), John Sutton Hall.
BETA SlGMA OMICRON
...................................... Joanne Bossert
Corresponding Secretary ...................................... Laverne Shultz
. Pat Hayes
Homecoming Tea following game in Sorority Room,
John Sutton Hall.
. Beverly Hull
Recording Secretary ........................................................ Dot Palmer
.......................................... Ruth Podbielski
Homecoming Tea following game in Delta Sigma
Epsilon Chapter Room, John Sutton Hall.
"THE LAST WAGON"
(in cinemascope) with Richard Widmark
- Coming Monday "BIGGER THAN LIFE" (in cinemascope)
with James Mason and Barbara Rush
Homecoming Tea will be held after game in Phi Mu
PI KAPPA SlGMA
A smorgasboard will be held at the Veterans of
Foreign Wars Home at 530.
. Barbara Harvey
........ Sally Shaffer
A banquet will be held for the member, parents, and
alumnae at the Eagles Home, Philadelphia Street.
SIGMA SIGMA SlGMA
,............................................ Mary Alice Bobies
Keeper of Grades
A Homecoming dinner will be held at the Rustic
Lodge, at 6:00 p.m.
Clyde Mentch Appliance
Permutit Water Softener
Rt. 422, 2 miles east of Indiana
invited to attend
sorority or fraternity
"Alice in Wonderland" draws
attention in last year's parade
THETA SIGMA UPSILON
........ Nancy Koslow
Betty Lou Pulsenelli
Second ViceePresident .............................
Recording Secretary ................................................... Pauline Taylor
. Mary Kay Kennedy
................................... Florence Wallace
Mrs. James Kehew
KAPPA DELTA RHO
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
ZETA TAU ALPHA
. Virginia Stoner
....... Bonnie Powell
. Jill Robinson
................. Gladys Dunkelberger
Helen C. Merriman
A Homecoming Tea will be held from 3:00 to 5:00
p.m. in Sorority Room (19), John Sutton Hall.
Open House will be held Saturday, October 6.
Alumni dinner will be held following the game at
the Sigma Phi Epsilon House.
SIGMA TAU GAMMA
DELTA SIGMA NU
Open House Saturday, October 6 at 2:00 p.m.
-..................................... Blase Scarnati
~ e c o r & n gSecretary ............................. -.................... Joseph Mutter
C. M. Johnson
Open House Sunday, October 6 ht 2:00 p.m.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
DELTA SIGMA PHI
Open House Sunday, October 7 at 2:00 p.m.
Ends Tonight, "Francis in The Haunted House"
with Mickey Rooney . . . and
"Apache Woman" with Joan Taylor
- Coming Monday "Queen of Babylonw with Rhonda Fleming
also "Barefoot Battalion"
-........................................ L. Shober
Open House Saturday, October 6. Dinner 6:00 p.m.
at the Outside Inn. Dance and entertainment at Tau
Kappa Epsilon House Saturday evening.
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H. J. B U C H H E I T
Edinboro Unable to Beat Braves
In Five Earlier Homecoming Tilts
Today marks the sixth time that the Big Indians of Indiana and the Red
Raiders of' Edinboro have faced each other in an Indiana Homecoming Day
game. If tradition holds up, Indiana should be the victor today, for the ISTC
gridders triumphed in all the earlier meetings.
First Homecoming Day engagement between the two schools took place
in 1934, with Indiana picking up a 33-0 victory. Then followed victories in
1948 by 33-6; in 1950 by 20-6; in 1952 by 7-0, and in 1954 by 28-13.
Homecoming Day crowds seem to inspire the Indiana gridders. In the
20 alumni day games to date, the Big Indians have won 15, lost four and tied
one. The first Homecoming Day game was played in 1933 against the Carnegie
Tech freshmen, with the visitors winning, 7-0. Last year the twentieth game
saw the Indians come from behind to top California, 14-7.
Indiana has twice fielded undefeated teams since becoming a state teachers
college in 1927. George Miller, at present head of the health and physical education departmeni, coached the 1934 team to a 6-0 record and the 1940 team
to a 7-0-1 mark. The 1940 team was undefeated and untied until the final game
when Shippensburg played Indiana to a scoreless deadlock.
The 1940 Undefeated Indians
Left to right, first row, John McElhoes, Lee Brant, Andy Sybinsky, Esau Motovich, Charley DiMauro, Bill Balionis, Milt
er, Fred Ruthko, Matt Hohn; second row, George Miller (head coach), Whimp Hovanec, Bud McNaughton, Tom
Gene Schmucker, Art Price, Merle Baker, Tom Abraham, John Husak, Dean Bloom, Kermit Ewing (assistant
); third row, Earl Pmgh (assistant coach), Knapp, Sam Commella, Dick Baldrige, John Kiska, Tom Anton, A1
0, ,Bill-C~tler,McKown, Balog, Spratt, Bob Timmons (assistant coach); fourth row, Lew Wells, Deasy, Nick Kish,
Finn, Leroy Moyer, Bob Miller, Ed Spagnola, Skettich, Don Corey.
KAY'S DRESS SHOP
ISTCS Moccasin Band
The ISTC Moccasin Band - a 60-piece marching band
-is open to all men in the college who can qualify. The
unit performs at all home games and most of the away
games, presenting halftime shows and music before, during
and after the games. It also participates in local parades in
Drum Major David Hill, Assistant Director Daniel
DiCicco, and Director C. David McNaughton are
the brains behind the intricate maneuvers.
This is the ninth season in which the Marching Band
has been under the direction of C. David McNaughton. A
faculty assistant has been named this year to help with the
planning and training of the Band and the newly organized
Women's Drill Team. The new assistant is Daniel DiCicco,
supervisor of instrumental music at Keith School. Mr. DiCicco, an ISTC graduate, has been doing graduate work
& the University of Michigan, noted for its fine marching
The Moccasin Band prepares its shows with one period
of rehearsal on Wednesday, two periods on Friday, and a
final two-hour rehearsal on Saturday morning. The same
schedule is followed by the Women's Drill Team.
Thc Women's Drill Team, appearing in their own distinctive uniforms, will make possible more elaborate and
attractive halftime shows.
The Indiana Moccasin Band
is more than a marching
outfit. It entertains the fans
in a half hour pre-game
show and keeps ISTC supporters keyed up during the
The Women's Drill Team, shown above with the ISTC Moccasin Band, made its
first appearance at halftime of the Ball State Indiana game on September 22.
Marching Band Personnel
Kahler, ~ a l h
Kneeling -Left to Right
Mary Ann Elder,
Bonna Bell -Co-Captain
Standing - Left to Right
Alice Ann Pawns
Smith, William A .
Voorhies, T o m
Gary, Donna J.
Howarth, Norma Jean
Nelson, Mary Louise
Seven New Buildings Approved
For Indiana Teachers Campus
Alumni returning to the campus for the first time in a number of years will have
discovered Whitmyre Hall, the new men's dormitory, and New Leonard Hall, the classroom building. But the two new structures are overshadowed by plans for construction
of seven more buildings. Legislative approval has already been given for the seven additions, with only appointment of architects awaited before actual work begins.
Present plans, necessarily tentative and subject to change, call for a music and arts
building of three floors, about 170 by 90 feet, which would include a floor for music,
art, and dramatics. Possible site of this building is either between Clark Hall and Fisher
Auditorium or on the west side of Eleventh Street in the same area.
A women's dormitory of three floors consisting of two wings 170 by 40 feet will
probably be located on the southeast corner of East Campus or in the southeast section
of the present Memorial Athletic Field. It will house approximately 250 women students.
It is planned to construct a library building at the north section of Oak Grove
facing Oakland Avenue and near the present Wilson Hall. Consisting of two and onehalf floors, it would be sufficient for 120,000 books.
The science building will be located on the campus just north of Keith School.
This structure will be three floors and will house laboratory classrooms, store room,
preparation rooms for all science classes, thus releasing about one-third of the rooms in
Leonard Hall for general classroom use.
Indiana Campus a Beauty Spot
'l'oday's football game, attended by inany people of the community, is but one
example of the excellent college-community relations in Indiana. Each day in mnny
ways the interdependence of the college and the community may be observed; both are
aware of the joint responsibility for promotion of a better Indiana.
The college, through its payroll, through its local purchase of materials and
equipment, through its providing opportunities for higher education for local students, makes a significant contribution to the community. Expenditures of funds by the
college directly and students indirectly reaches more than 2% million dollars a year.
'I'he college also contributes to the cultural life of the community through the Cultural
Life series that brings leaders in arts and current affairs to the community, through
stagc productions, through student participation in community life.
Yet the influence and the contribution of the community are no less important.
Selection of the college by parents and the acquisition of able faculty are affected to some
extent by the desirability of the community. The community itself provides resources
for the college-schools used for student teaching, churches for religious life, industries and businesses for surveys and laboratory experiences.
The college and the community do many things together. They recently have
A May Queen is mmad befare sNdeam wid towas-
oua the, Im&anu Qmpw
f ~ a e t k v i E k 9 0 f ~ A r t ~ ~ d e r s .
Town Bomm A t k d v e Streeta
and the Community
cooperated in sponsoring a blood donor program, in promoting a Boy Scout Day, in
asslsting charities. The college offers its facilities for vespers, an art center operates
on the campus for local art association activities, the college clinics provide services
to the people of the community who in turn furnish subjects for student practice.
Each summer the college and the community operate a summer theater which enlists not only the financial support of those in the community but their active participation as well. A college-community chorus has been organized and the Municipal
Band presents concerts on the campus during the summer. The local Garden Club prepared a beautiful Shakespeare Garden on the college campus which has in it the various
plants mentioned in Shakespeare's plays and its members actually take physical care of
this part of the campus.
Cooperation between the college and community is promoted to a great extent
through a College Relations Committee of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. The
Committee meets with administrative officers of the college to discuss mutual problems. The local press, local alumni units, local service clubs and other organizations
have been helpful in developing a cooperative program.
As the college and the community grow it will be possible to develop an even
better understanding of what each can contribute to the other.
Dr. Pratt lights candles for Chamber of Commerce birthday as Charles Russell and Carl Weyandt look on.
College-Community Theater in Fisher Auditorium is summer attraction. Here's scene from "Dial M for Murder.
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making a contribution. To both advertisers and boosters
Varsity "I" says
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