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Blowney, Walter E. (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Vol. 22, No. 7 (April 1918)

[Editorial],   pp. [294]-296


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Volume 22              Founded 1890                Number 7
         the Wisconsin Engineer
 $1.00 a Year                                      15c a Copy
   Subscriptions, payable before February 1, $1.00 a year in United
 States, Porto Rico, Hawaii, the Philippines, Cuba, or Mexico; $1.25 in
 Canada; and $1.50 in other countries. Copyright 1918 by the Wiscon-
 sin Engineering Journal Association. Any article printed herein may
 be reprinted provided due credit is given. Entered at the postoffice at
 Madison, Wisconsin, as mail matter of the second class.
        Published monthly from October to May, inclusive, by
    THE WISCONSIN ENGINEERING JOURNAL ASSOCIATION,
          306a Engineering Building, Madison, Wisconsin
                 Telephone University 276
                    BOARD OF DIRECTORS
C. I. CoRP, Associate Professor of Hydraulic Engineering, Chairman.
J. G. CALLAN, Professor of Steam and Gas Engineering, Secretary.
L. P. VAN HAGAN, Associate Professor of Railway Engineering, Advis-
  ory Editor.
M. C. BEEBE, Professor of Electrical Engineering.
R. C. DTSQUTE, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering (Absent
  on Military Service).
J. G. D. MAcIK, State Chief Engineer of Wisconsin.
W. J. CAMLIN, c '18, Manager.
W. E. BLOWNEY, e '19, Editor.
                          STAFF
               WILLIAM J. CAMLIN, c '18, Manager
               WALTER E. BLOWNEY, e '19, Editor
RAY E. BEHRENS, c '19, AdvertisingWALTER S. NATHAN, C '18
FINLEY L. FISBECK, c '19      GLENN B. WARREN, m '19
WILLARD B. BELLACK, m '19     EDMUND M. WISE, e '19
FRANK H. CIRVES, ch '20       LOYAL S. BAKER, e '20
ROLAND A. RAGATZ, ch '20      WILLIAM E. ERICKSON, clh '20
DONALD V. SLAKER, min '20     JAMAES W. JOHNSON, c '20
            TO THE HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS
  You find yourself, at the end of your high school course.
faced with the problem of deciding whether or not to continue
your education, which school is best suited to your needs, and
which, of the many courses offered, is the cne for you to choose.
The men behind the Wisconsin Engineer, acting in the knowl-
edge that many of you are fitted to succeed as engineers and to
forward the profession and find happiness in it, have endeavored
to bring together in this number of the magazine such material


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