The Sunflower, v.66, no.40 (March 16, 1962)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.40, Wichita, Kansas, March 16, 1962. - 8 pages
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Article(s): 'Open House' to climax Engineering Week -- 'Official' enrollment figure lists 5,126 -- Gore scholar revealed; Senior given $5,000 -- New political party formed by students -- Y-Republicans schedule trip for meeting -- 'Ideas' show man, nature competition -- ISA day today -- Women's societies to hold elections -- Guest editorial: Future advice / Kenneth Razak -- The readers speak: Engineering council 'thanks' Sunflower / Victor Heckart; University Theatre review 'reviewed' / Jana Laham -- Powers report mystery / Jack Cole -- Spotlight on campus: Lectures, discussions effect physical behavior / Richard Cole -- Modern engineering facilities house specialized equipment -- Tohoku grad describes Japanese college life -- Study of boiling liquids flow adds 'space age' knowledge -- Record 'good' for alumni in chemistry -- 'EE study guide' -- 4 language IBM machine aids student -- New 'science era' emerges -- Basic engineering education requires 2 physics courses -- Engineers engaged in many projects: Breathing mechanics researched / Gordon McKay -- WU electrical engineers solve 'real' problems / James McDougall -- New concept in wing design on display at open house -- Air surface drag tested in tunnel -- GEM test conducted in tunnel / John Cary -- Beech scholarships awarded yearly to high school seniors -- Engineering students render views on working, school -- Industry gifts aid education -- Rebuilding theme in store for WU '62 golfing team / Tom Mallisee -- Sports spindle / Roger Doyle -- Staff engineers show abilities in many fields / Kaye Wilson -- Newton tournament yields second place to WU debaters -- 'People Sing' gains honors -- 500 expected here for speech festival -- CAC tennis tourney set
Photograph(s): Illustration of the engineering facilities open house, showcasing locations of interest. p. 1 -- There are six buildings on campus used by the School of Engineering. Pictured is the main building which houses the dean's and other offices and classrooms. p. 3 -- Asst. Prof. James McDougal : educated in Japan. p. 3 -- Robert Buchanan (left) and Gary Kuhn examines a metal specimen with the Bausch and Lamb metallograph. p. 4 -- Design project becomes lab experiment: the Electron Beam Test and Demonstration Equipment was recently designed and design project which led to a practical and useful piece of laboratory equipment. Joel Park is making adjustments while Dr. Robert Schrag, who supervised the construction of the equipment, is observing the result. p. 5 -- Investigating the possibilities of removing the 'boundary layer' of air, aeronautical engineering senior Mike Mendenhall conducts an experiment in the wind tunnel. p. 5 -- The wind tunnel, located behind the main Engineering Building, is the scene to many aeronautical engineering experiments. p. 6 -- The Shocker golf squad members are, back row left to right, Bob Ward, Jim Harris, Coach Bob Kirkpatrick, Richard Russ, and Bob Jackson. Back [sic] row, Park Reed, Jim Fugitt, John Stevens, and Ed Stevens. p. 7 -- Dean Kenneth Razak has unusual hobbies. p. 8
"Report On Engineering Projects See Page 5"