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A.I.E.E. and A.S.M.E. Invite Students on Excursion This Afternoon.

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The American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers have extended an invitation to all Engineering students to join them in an excursion to the L Street Power Station of the Edison Electric Illuminating Company this afternoon. This is a turbo-generator plant of modern design, and includes two of the latest type of 30,000 K.V.A. Turbo-Units. It is expected that one of them will be opened for inspection. The station is on L sereet and Summer Street Extension and may be reached by street car from the South Station.

The societies are also holding a conference this evening at 7.45 at the City Club, Ashburton place, to which all Engineering students are invited. Mr. Farley Osgood of the Public Service Electric Company will speak on "Large Turbo-Generator Units from the Operator's Standpoint." Other prominent engineers will be present and take part in the discussion.

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