Engineering Journal Timely
The April number of the Harvard Enginering Journal contains eight articles covering a broad field of engineering activity. It is interesting to note that two of these are written by men at present studying in the Graduate Schools of Applied Science. "An Electrolysis Survey in a Small City" is particularly timely.
Much of the editorial comment naturally concerns the recent agreement between Harvard and Tech., and includes a clear and sympathetic statement by President Maclaurin.
The Notes constitute, as usual, an interesting feature, and show that members of the Enginering instructing staff at Harvard are conducting not only the work of research, but are likewise assisting in the solution of public problems of genuine importance.