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Janett, Leslie G. (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 39, Number 2 (November, 1934)

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         Editor
Leslie G. Janett, ch'35
   Business Manager
Wilfred H. Tock, ch'35
     Editorial Staff
 G. H. COOK, ch'3 5
 P. C. ROSENTHAL, min'35
 R. C. PRICE, c'34
 B. J. ZIEN, m'3 5
 J. T. SMITHWICK, ch'35
 H. R. ALBERT, m'3 5
      Business Staff
 S. J. ROBISH, ch'35
 L. A. POAST, e'3 5
With the Contributors-
S E. L. KAISER
  Mr. Kaiser has worked with
the briquetting of coal for over
two years. His research in this
field led to a "hobby" interest
in the development of the coal
consuming engine, the Rupa-
motor.
* E. R. SHOREY
  Mr. Shorey, after graduation
from the University in '08,
spent ten years in mining and
milling in Northern Minnesota
and Wisconsin. Since 1919, he
has taught at the University,
at the same time engaging in
the research of the flotation of
Wisconsin ores.
S R. PADDOCK
  Mr. Paddock, c'30, has since
graduation been employed on
various government projects.
This summer he spent treking
the untrammeled ways of north-
ern Minnesota to find the short-
est practical distance between
two points.
The December Issue-
  Mr. J. B. Kommers, Professor
of Mechanics, and an interna-
tional authority on f a t i g u e
stresses will discuss a new stand-
ard of stress for non-ferrous
metals.
  Mr. Irving Kraemer, m'35,
one of the few men in the
country who hunt with bow and
arrow, will explain the science
of archery, in the fashion that
his four years of engineering
training has prepared him.
Any article printed herein may
be reprinted provided due credit
is given. Entered as second class
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under the Act of March 3, 1879.
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Section 1103, Act of October 3,
1917, authorized October 1918.
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The WISCONSIN ENGINEER
Published monthly from October to May, inclusive, by the Wisconsin Engineering
           Journal Association, 219 Engineering Bldg., Madison, Wis.
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                       Telephones University 177W - 277
                                  Founded 1896
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J. B. KOMMERS
F. E. VOLK
R. S. MCCAFFERY
VOLUME 39
oard of Directors
F. T. MATTHIAS
R. A. RAGATZ
C. L. LARSON    L. G. JANETT
L. F. VAN HACAN W. H. TOCK
NOVEMBER, 1934
NUMBER 2
                               CONTENTS
COVER BY ELSIE ERMENC
FRONTISPIECE -STAINLESS STEEL IN MODERN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
                    Cut Courtesy Metal Progress
DIESEL'S DREAM MATERIALIZED -E. L. KAISER, m'34
WRESTING ZINC FROM NATURE'S GRASP -E. R. SHOREY
TRUCK TRAILS THROUGH THE TIMBER -R. H. PADDOCK, C'30
SUCCESSFUL BADGER ENGINEERS
0. LAURGAARD, C'03
CRITICAL ANGLE
ON THE CAMPUS
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ALUMNI NOTES
30
CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS
32
A SLICE OF PI
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