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PROF. JOHNSON TO EXPLAIN CONSTRUCTION OF STADIUM

Collaborator in Design of Edifice to Speak at Meeting of Engineering Society this Evening at 8 o'Clock

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At a meeting of the Engineering Society at 8 o'clock this evening in Pierce 110, Professor L. J. Johnson '87 will give an illustrated talk on "The Design and Construction of the Harvard Stadium". Professor Johnson collaborated with Professor I. N. Hollis in designing the Stadium which was life first of its kind ever constructed.

This lecture is one of a series of meetings held every other Thursday and conducted by the Engineering Society. Refreshments will be served and all members of the University who are interested are invited to attend. At the meeting on Thursday, March 30, Mr. W. S. Murray, chief engineer of the super-power survey of the Atlantic sea-board, will speak on some phase of the super-power scheme.

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