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Godfrey, Kneeland, Jr. (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 59, Number 4 (January 1955)

Callies, Fritz
Meet the authors,   p. 13


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Meet the Authors
                      by Fritz Callies, m'55
     DONALD W. EDWARDS
 "Progress Through Research", p. 14
 Living proof that Door County
 grows other things besides cherry
 trees is Don Edwards, Mechanical
 Engineering senior from Sturgeon
 Bay. Don is an old-timer on the
Wisconsin Engineer staff, having
had his fingers in the ink for the
past three years. An ex-Layout-Edi-
tor, he is now co-Stories-Editor.
  An honor student, he is a mem-
ber of Pi Tau Sigma, honorary
mechanical engineering fraternity,
and is recording secretary of Tau
Beta Pi. He is also a member of
Tau Kappa Epsilon. Summer finds
him a shipfitter's helper in the
Sturgeon Bay shipyards.
   ARMEN G. FISHER
"Too Much Security", page 17
Armen is a Chemical Engineer-
ing senior from Montclair, New
Jersey. He is a graduate of Cornell
University, where he received his
B.A. in Chemistry, and was on the
Cornell lightweight Rowing Team.
  In 1952 he came to Wisconsin to
work toward his doctorate in the
field of physical chemistry. He soon
developed an interest in industrial
management, and transferred into
Chemical Engineering. In June of
'55 Fisher expects to receive not
only his B.S. in Chemical Engi-
neering, but also a Bachelor's De-
gree in Business Administration
and a Master's Degree in Chem-
istry.
   RONALD Y. PARKINSON
"Scholarship Opportunities", page 23
  Ron, a senior Chemical Engi-
neer, is from Rhinelander, Wiscon-
sin. He received Sophomore Hon-
ors, and is a member of Tau Beta
Pi and Pi Lambda Upsilon, the
honorary chemical fraternity. He is
also a member of Sigma Nu.
  Ron is Chairman of the Union
All-Campus Relation Committee,
and is on the Union Public Rela-
tions Committee. He is Story Edi-
tor of the Wisconsin Engineer this
year, having been promoted from
Copy Editor. Hobbies, besides
studying, include skiing and skin-
diving.
CANDEN R. NELSON
"New Cars", page 24
Canden is a senior Mechanical
Engineer. He commutes daily from
Evansville, where he lives with his
wife.
  Canden is a member of Tau Beta
Pi. He is also Chairman of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin Chapter of the
Society of Automotive Engineers,
and is interested in automobiles not
only from a professional viewpoint,
but also as a hobby. He worked
last summer for the Ethyl Corpo-
ration, and after graduation next
June would like to get into the
field of gas turbine research and
development as applied to the
automotive industry.
  The photo shows Nelson in the
Truck Research Laboratory along
side the cut-away model of a 1954
Lincoln, which was presented to
the Universitv recently.
      RICHARD N. WHITE
    "Mackinac Bridge", page 20
 See "Meet the Authors" in the
 December, 1954, Engineer.
 Bank  Teller: "VWhat's   your
name?"
  Indignant Patron: "Don't you see
my signature?"
  Teller: "Yes, that's what aroused
my curiosity."
JANUARY, 1955
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