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.eering Open House to Display DepartmetlWr

Gd SSApparatus, Labor~atory'
cilities to Be Shown
at Open House.

QPEN~ HOUSE DIRECTORY
AERC ENGINEERING
CHLI,,11CAL ENGINEERING Room,
East Engineering bldg.
Mcii 'us io ~partu. ........ 2_11
Vapr islav.....................>302y
Coo fi'nav room............. ...39
Cas awl ol rcoearh.................4208
]lateriail tfeting Iahortrr............420'7
1) 10 apv.......................4220
5tVCIt l ihg Iahoritorx. ...............4224
J':ecric t.huiat' room.................4031
:aa 00(1 uetl sing cquipmeal,.........4222
Xr:ay fahorniur.....................4044

DISPLAYS Of AUTOS'
WvILL MARK EXHIBJT

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By E. J. Pettit, Spec.
-nsive display:3 of engineering'
atus, plant layout, and labor-
facilities will be at the dis-
of visitors to the Open House.-
.m engines, turbines, boilers,
inisms, generators, pumps and
equipment, obsolete as well
dern, will be found in opera-'
n the mechanical laboratory,
244 and 218 of the main en-
ing building.
crete beams and other build-
aterials will be broken in the
g materials laboratory. Equip-
in the shops and foundry will
;operation showing modern
[ction matchine., v a r i o u s
ds of welding, and mouldin'g
ce.
safety exi 'bit <I be held
e ground f.v ( oftie main
eeringbuin, showing the.
test safety devices in exist-
jraulics display will include at
head water-wheel equipped
stroboscope. A complete re-
ation plant will also be in
tion. The Erickson hot-air
e, built by the designer of the
or. in 1850, will be running.

4CIVIL EG~IN'EERING Room, West
Engineering building
St rut Cin a l n it l dy d ishp y.......3(02
. dalici-l............... ..101
East Engineering
building, North
Pailway andl high-1 a exhibits ...Corridor,
first floor
'I'r (Iport tin iibray........ .. .First floor
ttA. h liwoc ibr of~..........Basement
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Room, West
Engineering building
i'hotoiner.........................3:30
Radio a .nd.l c li one....... .... .1 11
Gciu'ral hsp1..............153, 1.i4
Radio rsation . .. 2nd fioor, Enginecring Annmex
MVECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ii eting ~'e~laing ef£rigerating, pumping,
and hydraulics.:.RIoom 218, 242, West Erg,
1((iueu;.l. prevetioli............C ound floor,
North of Arc-h
oefig (1Matii i............Room 102
1~''uciin Applie(? Mechane... ......
.Iboon :;06,ENiihwering AnneX
Enggineering shops East Engineering bldg.
\hl1(liuctool I aborato (5..............1304
J 1 str(,ni nt lw p....................2314
~cnIwork lahoxa'tt. ...............2313
g IillI ri..rarrl alarr.,il ... .. 231
F'or;-c 0111 TaI i'i tr1y'Sing.......... 3111
l~t((d'~~;rai I'................4:31:3
.tI u I ilaO1.,1 afor .......4307
1 (I~fi ((diX airaft;111iLtaI((ohilC .
elIlgil11e"S; 11(0(1e rn ;1100 eq iipyne It...
..(Ri~onilOise ;lbrto and R.111.C.
drill1 hall
Power House, heat tunnel inspection.......
.....Washington St.
MARINE ENGINEERING
.. . (; c ad floor, Norith of _Arch.
Mod ci vacl t l:(1 (,c l i (c, p icture5
k1(Tra\Y (((witgo..............Room(1 345,
We' st lO~inerinp ug 1ii1z11g.

Museum of Car, Aircraft Motors
to Play Prominent Part
in Open House.
Automotive displays will play ;a
prominent part in the engineering
exhibits of the Open House pro-
gram. A museum containing old
automobile and aircraft engines,
surpassed by few other museums
in the country, and a display of
model cars that will appear in the
future, on which tests have beeti
conducted for the manufacturers,1
will be opened to the public.
Tests on fuel, air resistance, and
chassis will be conducted in the
laboratory. In the R.O.T.C. drill
hall will be a special display of new
chassis, diesel aircraft engine, V-16
engine, free-wheeling transmission,
and non-inflammable oil.
PURDUE UNIVERSITY-Purduej
also has its hordes of high school
students who flock on the campus
for some convention or other. The
last convention to take place in La-,
Fayette was the meeting of high
school music-makers.

GREAT TERMINAL'S HISTO RIAPAY
TRANSPURATION LIBRARY 7 B
M . H . M athews, Cincinnati, Says was nearly abandon "' ol ci n sO l ne o , o cc rt a e _e t Tc
Its Kind in Existence. transportation libdr iJoUi
versity was discosvered t:)on a a
M. H. Mathews, historian for the complete record of io toii01
new Cincinnati terminal pronoung- all national railroad, th w kwa
es the Transportation library of the resumed and will be sii ato y
engineering college, the only one of
its kind in existence. . completed."
"After working many months on _
a history to be used as a memorial t h e emnl h rjc

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