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MONDAY, MAY 6
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A PRACTICAL TALK.
Dr. "Kent It Highly Appreciated by!
A large and enthusiastic audienco of
engineering students greeted Dr. Kent
yesterday in Memorial Hall at 11
o'clock, when ho gave liis talk on
"Steam Boiler Economy." His talk
was an Informal one and he entored
into his subject with enthusiasm and
as one of authority.
Ho pointed out the fact that in for
mer years when fuel was cheap and it
was not necessary to crowd boilers to
their maximum capacity, little thought
was given to economy in steam boil
ers and engineers gave slight consid
eration to fuel economy. These times
have rapidly changed, and with tho
anti-smoke ordinances in the cities
and tho Increasing cost of fuel, comoB
the necessity of solving the problem
of maximum efficiency with minimum
He then dwelt nt length upon the
several problems entering into the
consideration of steam boiler economy
and the factors which obtained in
their solution and explained the many
modern methods of bringing about tho
desired results. His talk was clear
cut and concise and he hold tho at
tention of hiB audience thruout tho
entire program. Several engineering
men from the city were present at the
lecture by Dr. Kent, and expressed
themselves as much pleased with his
presentation of the subject.
At the close of the lecture, Dr. Kent
waB taken charge of by Professor
Richards, who entertained him, to
gether with the other professors of
the University who are in tho engin
eering department, at a luncheon at
his home. In the afternoon he visited
tho different departments in tho Uni
versity in company with the engineer
ing professors and Professor LoBey of
the English department, who is an old
acquaintance of Dr. Kent. Last night
he delivered his lecture on "Educa
tion for Life and for Life Work." in
Memorial Hall at 8 o'clock.
Freshmen Getting Ready to Go to
The Freshman track preliminaries
will be held on the athletic field at
2:30 this afternoon. All the events
except the two-mile run will be pulled
The Freshman track team will go to
Morningslde, May 13, to participate In
a dual meet there. Among the best
men on the first year 'team are Miner,
Collins, and McMaster.
May Morning breakfast, St Paul's
Freshman Hop. Fraternity Hall.
Engineering Banquet. -Lindell.
Latin Club Banquet, 6:30 p. m.
Company B Hop.
Junior Program, Convocation.
Y. M. C. A. Committeemen's dinner
St. Paul's Church.
Last Y. M. C. A. Supper. St Paul's
Dean L. A. Sherman, "Turgineff,". at
Sophomore Hop. Fraternity Hall.
Professor George D. Ayers, "Charles
Sumner," at Convocation.
Hon. Albert W. Watkins, "Lincoln
and Douglas," at Convocation. "
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