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Binning, Jack (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 58, Number 1 (October 1953)

Welding awards,   pp. 58-61


Page 58


  WELDING
                    AWARDS
   Wisconsin Engineer Wins Award
 The American Welding Society has selected a paper
published in the Wisconsin Engineer for second prize in
the annual A. F. Davis Undergraduate Welding Award.
Wayne Jacobs and Charles Marschall collaborated to win
the second prize of $150 with a paper appearing in the
November, 1952 Wisconsin Engineer entitled, "A Com-
parison of the Quality of Weldments Prepared by Differ-
ent Welding Processes." Roger C. Waugh and Otto P.
Eberlein won the $200 first prize with their paper en-
titled, "Penetration Factors in Metallic Arc Welding"
published in the May, 1953 issue of the Cornell Engineer.
The awards were presented at the Society's annual meet-
ing at Cleveland, Ohio, on October 19, 1953.
  The purpose of the awards as stated in the contest rules
is "To encourage and stimulate interest in welding through
the preparation of articles on the subject of welding by
undergraduate students, and dissemination of such infor-
mation through undergraduate publications."
              YOU TOO MAY WIN
  Any undergraduate of any college or university, in the
United States, its possessions, or Canada, is eligible. The
paper must be published in an undergraduate publication
in the interval between April 1, 1953 and April 1, 1954.
Subject matter of the paper may be on any phase of any
type of welding or its application to design and construc-
tion. The judging group is selected by the Education
Committee of the American Welding Society. The judg-
ing is based on the originality of subject, originality and
clarity of presentation, and the thoroughness with which
the subject is presented.
  The James F. Lincoln Arc Weldirig Foundation has
established a welding library in the Engineering Library
in the ME building. If you are inn rested, contact the
Wisconsin Engineer for more details,
THE WISCONSIN ENGINEER
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