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PMC Alumnus. Vol. 12, #3. (Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf)

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Date Range
November, 1966
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
November, 1966, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
November, 1966
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
File
Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletins
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
November, 1966, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Format
Magazines
Scope and Content
PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College and Penn Morten College Alumni Bulletin. HOMECOMING HIGHLIGHTS Photos of Homecoming October 15 FOOTBALL UPSET FAILS TO SPOIL HOMECOMING DR ROBERT L. HAMMAN SPEAKS Chairman of PMC Economics and Management Division. In his speech he urges more stress on High School Economics. ALUMNI CLUB NEWS Additional photos of Homecoming Chicago Luncheon Club Lehigh Valley Area Club Boston Area Delaware County Club Westchester-New York Area Club Connecticut Washington D.C. Area Club Wilmington, Del. Club WORK OF ART BY ART LITMAN WITH PHOTO Need to get the word out about rapidly advancing academic structure of PMC and asks alumni: What will you do to help keep the “quality students” coming to PMC? T.F.LOCKE ’42 NAMED ASSISTANT DEAN Named Assistant Dean College of Engineering VISITORS THREE CADETS ESCORT V.P. HUBERT HUMPHREY Acted as escorts for the Vice President in Philadelphia on October 26. IT’S NEWS ON CAMPUS Appointments, events, speakers, etc. CLASS NOTES 1924 1937 1949 THRU 1957 1954 Photo either Thomas R. Hudd, Jr.or Martin B. Stiles Major David S. Johnson returns after flying about 150 hours of combat missions as a helicopter pilot in Vietnam with photo Ex Marine jet fighter pilot, now Media Attorney named Executive Director for Legal Services for Delaware County 1960-1966 Note: the Class Notes from 1961-1966 contain the names of many of the alumni who served in the military, many in Vietnam. 1963 Photo 1/Lt. Kenneth Chien ’63 pictured with his sisters following ceremonies where he received multiple awards Photo: Major Paul G. Spero congratulated by Major General D.B. Johnson on receiving the Army Legion of Merit Award in Taiwan, W.W. SINCLAIRE ’22 DIES William W. Sinclaire was former Board Chairman of Gregory Industries, Toledo and Assistant Secretary of Corning Glass Works WILLIAM MATIS ’66 WINS COVETED I.SA. (Instrument Society of America) CONTEST AWARD Is a graduate student. Was awarded 1st prize in Eastern Region OLIVER JULIAN 1909 SUCCUMBS Died September 16, in Wellesley, Mass. PHOTO Promotion of Lt. Col Percy W. Collom, Jr. ’51 picture with Brig. Gen Roger M. Lilly and Lt. Col. Joseph Shaffield MORTIN SICKLES ‘19 PASSES Died September 24 at age 67 MILITARY WEEKEND HELD November 11-12 Lt.Gen. Bruce Palmer, Jr. was guest of honor GUEST OF HONOR AT ANNUAL Military Ball was President Emeritus Major Gen. Edward E. MacMorland DRILL TEAM AND BAND SEEN ON NETWORK TV Pershing Rifles and PMC Band performed at November 6 Dallas Cowboys- Eagles game televised by CBS RESISTANCE TO COMMUNISM DISCUSSED BY AMBASADOR Chow Shu-kai, Ambassador of the Republic of China to the United States was guest lecturer at PMC on November 9. He discussed “Free China’s Struggle Against Communism. COLONEL FORD FULLER APPOINTED NEW P.M.S. Colonel Ford F. Fuller, Jr. has been named Professor of Military Science at Pennsylvania Military College. ENGAGEMENTS AND WEDDINGS JOE PIELA TO WED Senior Joseph J Piela, Jr star halfback and co-captain of the Cadets engaged to Elizabeth Ann Halloran JOIN THE FUN Boardwalk Bowl Thanksgiving weekend, November 25, 26, 27 COLLEGE CALENDAR NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY
Physical Condition
Good
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Alumni Office - Publications
PMC Alumnus, The
Alumni Magazine
Alumni Bulletin
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PMC Alumnus. Vol. 13, #3. (Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf)

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Date Range
November, 1967
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
November, 1967, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Date Range
November, 1967
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Alumni Office
File
Pennsylvania Military College Alumni Bulletins
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
November, 1967, Bound Volume, Alumni Magazine Shelf
Format
Magazines
Scope and Content
PMC Alumnus, The Pennsylvania Military College and Penn Morten College Alumni Bulletin. ANDREA AND FRANK HEAD ALUMNI FUND DRIVE (with photos) Frank D. Andrea, Jr. ’51, president and board chairman of Andrea radio Corporation, Manhasset, N.Y. and Herbert A. Frank ’54 a partner in Frank’s Beverages, Philadelphia to chair the Alumni Fund Campaign GROUND BREAKING SET FOR NEW BUILDINGS Foremost among these is the scheduled groundbreaking for the $2.8 million library-information center in spring of 1968. Also planned are groundbreaking for $2 million physical education center, and construction of new dormitories and a classroom learning center SUPPOSE NO ONE CARED By Alumni President William Turner ’37 (with photo) LEHIGH VALLEY ELECTS new president, vice president and treasurer BATTIN AND WOLF NAMED TO BOARD Howard F. Battin, Jr. ’57 and S. Allen Wolf ’54 have been appointed to two year and one year terms, respectively to the Board of Managers of the Alumni Association Fielder Coffin Dies Fielder J. Coffin, Jr. ’48, died on September 18. He was a senior tax accountant at Atlantic .Richfield. His home was in Moylan, Rose Valley. IT’S NEWS ON CAMPUS PHOTO Loomis Burrell PMC’s oldest living alumni is presented a silver bowl at his home in Little Falls, N.Y. by PMC President Moll, and William H. Turner, President of the Alumni Association TOTAL ENROLLMENT UP EVENING ENROLLMENT BREAKS ALL RECORDS The Evening Division total enrollment 1,354 up 8.1 per cent SPORTS SCOREBOARD VARSITY FOOTBALL FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SOCCER CROSS COUNTRY MEN’S RESIDENCES NAMED Spang Hall named for William F. Spang ’39 first alumni to die in World War II and Webb Hall to honor the memory of C. Edwin Webb, a trustee for many years gave PMC its first endowment. A FAIR SHARE BY JACK MCCULLOUGH ’59 DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI RELATIONS WITH PHOTO CEREMONIES TO HONOR ALUMNI LOST IN WARS Ceremonies on Military Weekend, November 17-18 will include unveiling of memorial plaques honoring PMC alumni killed in Vietnam INTEREST DEVELOPS IN HONORS PROGRAM Secondary schools in Delaware County are interested in program at PMC enrolling outstanding high school students in a regular day course for college credit. SENATOR MORSE WARNS OD WAR’S ESCALATION Guest lecturer at PMC on October 17, Senator Wayne Morse (D-RE) warned that “unless we reverse the growing scope of this (the Vietnam) war, China will indeed become part of it”. JOE BENSON SUCCUMBS Joseph H. Benson, an employee of PMC for 48 years, died at his home in Chester at age 62. PHOTO Mrs. Daniel F. Monahan holds Bronze Star awarded posthumously to Captain Monahan ’62 who lost his life in Vietnam on April 14. Col. Ford P. Fuller, Jr., Professor of Military Science made the presentation and Lt. .Col. Henry G. Phillips, assistant to the president for Military Affair s participated in the ceremony held at MacMorland Center. ALUMNI COOPERATING IN SEEKING STUDENTS Plans for volunteer alumni to serve as admissions representatives in their geographic area. NEW TORCH CLUB FORMED FIRST FULL-TIME COED HAPPY WITH DECISION WITH PHOTO PMC’s first full time co-ed is 17 year old Sandra Fay is from Columbia Crossroads, Pa., in north central part of state near New York border. She is an engineering major. Declares ratio of 30 to 1 male to female students not a factor. TWO POST GRADUATE COURSES ARE OFFERED IN MANAGEMENT Dr, Robert L. Hamman, chairman of the Division of Economics and Management is teaching mathematical analysis of business problems. And Dr. Charles Reeder of the Economics staff of E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co. is instructor in economic analysis in the industrial firm. TKE CHAPTER GIVEN NATONAL ACCOLADE National recognition for community service project honor won by 50 members of Theta Lambda Chapter of the Theta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity ALUMNI PROMOTE UCF United Community Fund for Chester CLASS NOTES 1932 1942 1943 1949-1967 PHOTOS 1958 either Richard F. Billingsley promotes to Major served one year in Vietnam or Robert V. Leun appointed project engineer for Babcock & Wilcox Mt Vernon Works machining center. 1/Lt. Thomas H Tracy ’65 poses for picture during brief lull in “Operation Diamond Head” in Vietnam In traditional ceremony Alumni Association President William H. Turner presents Corps Saber to Steven A. Raho, brigade commander of Cadet Corps at Cadet Muster BOARDWALK BOWL NOVEMBER 24, 25 COLLEGE CALENDAR NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY
Physical Condition
Good
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Alumni Office - Publications
PMC Alumnus, The
Alumni Magazine
Alumni Bulletin
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PMC Colleges Faculty Minutes

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Date Range
1960 - 1970
Category
Governance - Academic
Group
PMC Colleges Faculty Minutes
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
Box 1032
Date Range
1960 - 1970
Category
Governance - Academic
Group
PMC Colleges Faculty Minutes
Institution
PMC Colleges
Location
Box 1032
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
Faculty meeting minutes from 1960s and early 1970s.
Physical Condition
Very Fragile
Subject Access
Governance - Academic - PMC Colleges
Faculty Meeting - Minutes
Faculty Committees - Minutes
Access Restriction
Confidential
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