AIRPORT DESIGNS ON DISPLAY AT SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

Fifty Entrants Submit Drawings in Lehigh Competition

One hundred drawings of American airport designs submitted by 50 entrants in the Lehigh Airports Competition will be on exhibition at the School of Architecture beginning today, it was announced yesterday. The exhibition will be on view in Robinson Hall Annex. Formerly Old Fogg Museum between the hours of 9 o'clock in the morning and 10 o'clock in the evening.

Airports in general are being considered in the School of Architecture since through a grant from the Milton Fund. Dr. Miller McClintock, director of the Erskine Bureau and the Bureau of Municipal Research, and Professor H. V. Hubbard, chairman of the School of City Planning, are conducting a nation-wide study of the problems of airports as related to the fields of municipal government and city planning.