Lubbock Morning Avalanche in Lubbock, Texas 10 Feb 1924
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Lubbock Morning Avalanche (Newspaper) - February 10, 1924, Lubbock, Texas
The a to few ing ave a a Che. Sun play Pic. 0. 1924 my of vials Are seeing Boston tech As it operates in its new Pim just finished big Inginio it of the other elements together. It certainly can not do so tired on the textile department which it is the intention to make Sec out any one of these four elements is missing. And the Sun of Texas i Sun not a setting actual construction will Start immediately after the commission Missig is a a rising p. W. Horn. Per to Cut of the students Ai women. Among the Ugri Tes granted Ai o those of i Bachelor of science master of science doctor of philosophy. Degrees Are granted in fifteen different courses including Archi Boston iviass., feb. 8.�?the Region about Boston is Headquarters if or technological education it ought to because the people up Here have the four great i it i it misites for developing schools of technology. They have the brains they have the Money they have the industries and perhaps most Impi Tant of All they have had the time for bringing these three elements together in the Best discoverable fashion. During the week the members of the Texas tech committee were in Boston and Vicinity they visited the Massachusetts Institute of technology better known at a distance �8 the Boston tech the Worcester polytechnic Institute the textile Sib oops of lower new Bedford and fall River. They also visited the establishment of the Saco Lowell come it away the largest of textile machinery in the world. They were entertained for Iun Choon by this company and saw the latest development of their product. The Institute of technology is the Leviathan among 6 shools of technology. It occupies 50 acres just across the Charles Biver from Boston and has recently purchased 30 acres More. The school has Only recently moved into its quarters. Every cubic foot of its buildings is new. It is estimated that $25,000,000 have been expended on this new Plant of which about $7,000,000 went into equip Nen the buildings serve As an inspire on research problem Tion for architects desiring techno these commodities logical school buildings elsewhere. Some of the great magazines it is doubtful if building.<3 just like t and papers such for instance As the j them will Ever erected elsewhere. I saturday evening Post Are adopt a this is True first because no other ing the policy of guaranteeing the school is Likely soon to have $25, truth of statement made in their 000,000 to spare and second a . Accordingly they a Ause in places where climate con a Are sending Sumple of molasses editions Are different the a Are not baking powder and other articles the buildings which would put advertised to the laboratories of up oven if the Money were Avail the m. I. T. To ascertain by an Texas to Etta Bush Large textile school from Southern textile bulletin the state of Texas is planning to build the largest and Best technical j school in the country according to statements made by John w. Carpenter of Dallas Texas vice president and general manager of the Texas Power and Light company who spent a few hours in Charlotte posited turns to Lubbock and it is expected that the Cornerstone of the initial building will Laid july 4. A Texas is making tremendous in the production of Cotton a a or. Carpenter stated and As instance cited the fact that whereas 10 years ago Lubbock county produced not Cotton at All last year the crop totalled Over 60,000 Bales. Tex Farmers during the 90-Day period of crop marketing last year -$100,000,000 a Day in saturday. I Banks the return from their Cotton the now College w hich will a crops alone. A believe that with known As the Texus technological in 25 or 30 years Texas will the College will located at Lubbock i textile Center of the South Quot met lecture biology and Public health Western part of the state .?00 Carpenter declared. Dallas. The Texas Power and Light com civil eng Meeng electrical Engin Carpenter is a member of a Pany of which or. Carpenter is the commission appointed by the Texas Active head occupies the same rela Scis a olo to of tech live position to the textile Industry general science Geoid Ana Geo i. Meal schools and textile centers of in Texas As the Southern Power a erring Manhig a Engin tag Quot a to getting company holds with the Industry in tiie fourth of july. The institution Philadelphia Boston Lowell Pitts will opened to students in sep Burgh and other technical school j tember of 1925 and when All the and textile centers. The party has buildings have been erected will a already visited Atlanta and Raleigh i Cociu Iodate 3000 men and women the Texas party during its stay students in Charlotte was accompanied by according to or. Horn and John. W. Hunter of the Charlotte of w. Carpenter a member of the fice of the Saco Lowell shops who Board of trustees the institution will conducted the party through several to Texas what the Massachusetts Mills in Charlotte and near by town a. Institute of technology has been to a the East. A Texas is developing a. Texas technology rapidly a said Carpenter to Day a and need such a College in Boston evening transcript j which to train our Young a ple. A Texas technology is being plan a i Lubbock is in one of our Rii Ned by a group of educators and 1 counties and during the past year architects from that state who Are that county supplied 60,000 Bales of now in Boston visiting the various Cotton while the state of Texas pro engineering schools and textile Mills. Diced forty three per cent of tie Nus. Or. P. W. Horn for seventeen years Tiona a production and also More that superintendent of City schools in fifty per cent of the nation s Wool. Texas will the president of the in regard to Oil Texas is the second new institution which will Cost nost productive state Calif omit about $10,000,000 when completed being first and Oklahoma third. The state legislature has already Al a Are very Rich in natural Propri ated $1,500,000 and ground sources and our population is in will broken at Lubbock located creasing. now stand fourth in in the Western part of the state on. In metallurgy naval a Hite Ture a of in Neering physics sanitary thorough knowledge of the practical engineering. All the Are four year operation of textile Mills. Continued on Page 3 Striction of technical schools and a a Are giving the Mills Supply d j As Low a rate As the Mill. In this courses and a strict of eol or. A w. Horn president of \h.4c tamed. The to tile work i merely the new College William Ward wat one Small subdivision of the work m Houston w. C. Hedrick of mechanical engineering. Fort Worth and l. W. Robert jr., a very Large part of the work of Atlanta architects and engineers is along the jines of onedial i search. One of the most interesting a traction work in _ which the the legislature has already a United states Gove ziment and Many Propri ated $1,500,00 to the College. Of the peat Industrial corporations. It is expected that close to Wong us prob in. 1ctrnenrsfsd Sriner a Ricat Inythe Quot fund worked on in those laboratories. h m the big rubber corporations the big corporations dealing with oils. 1 Cotton sugar and other commodities have rooms assigned to them Here where their own scientists in connection with the scientists of the institution and the students work on research problems connected with Supply Coul Lignite and Oil. All of our Power is furnished by steam. A believe that our system of Power plants and Power lines will equal anything you have in this ,&Quot or. Carpenter continued. A Are now erecting a 100,00 i Owatt the party drove Over to Kanna polies saturday morning to inspect the big Cannon Mills. They left for Philadelphia saturday night the preizent itinerary calling for stops at half and half Cotton seed seven eights to one Inch Staple and to turn out of any Cotton on the Plain a the kind buyers pay a Premium for m. T. Warlick Abe. The Texas architects found much about the?.e buildings valuable for suggestion or adaption but certainly nothing which on any Large scale could copied. The new Texas tech buildings must adapted of the climate and environment of Texas not to those of new England. This institution began of go i in work in 1865, although provi Ion Lysis whether statements As to purity and analysis Are borne out by actual investigation. It is said that this practice is becoming More and More frequent. _ i in fact the Boston tech is Morel than a Mere school for instruction i it is a Clearing House for the late it a it in ideas on. All kinds of Scien i Tiftic and Industrial problems. U i j one institution that is making to i Carch work count for Reaul for it was made in 1861. It began Vandement along Lins and on a very Small scale and has Lead fifty years in which to grow us it present Kize. Fifty years hence the Texas tech May have reached Twenty five million dollars in , As it starts with much better appropriations than did the Institute. The Boston tech now has 2900 students in attendance. Of these about 10 per cent come from foreign countries. Not quite one half come from . Last year there Wert 39 from Texas. Like Many other Eastern institutions the Boston tech is co educational and yet it Isnit. Women Are admitted but apparently More or is under protest. At present about other lines that closely affect the life of the people. It has exalted own Mission not by withdrawing j itself from the problems of every j Day life but by coming close to j them. Can Texas Ever have a technological College equal in standing to the Massachusetts Institute of technology yes most assuredly when Texas fulfils the four conditions outlined above. That Means when the Industrial development of is As great As that of Massachusetts now is when $25,000,060 has been spent on a technological Plant under the direction of the jest brains available. And Hen fifty Yeai has been allowed for the a a a Rray of styles for Spring Mcafee company is receiving daily Beautiful things for King. The most authentic clothes creations for the a a on just ahead. Suits t hats to raps Gowlis the most disc nominating women of Lubbock will find the accepted master pieces o the world of fashion for Spring. You will find them perfect in tailoring lavish in style Surpas singly Good in fabric. Beautiful hats of delightful styles shapes and materials await your selection. a Jakc Luivie ladies i Imit hangs. Make your Home Ahi Active have you Ever realized that about the first thing you notice upon entering a Home is the floors it makes no difference How Fine the furniture and draperies Are if the Fiori Are not properly covered tie Home is not attractive. The week Are featuring Cong oleum floor coverings there has been quite a shortage of goods of this class recently but our new Stock is Here and Are better prepared to take care of your wants in this line now than Ever before. Attractive patterns Cong oleum Art rugs Are made in the most attractive tems some of them Are copied from High priced there is a Cong oleum Art Rug for every in the House Cong oleum guarantee the Cong oleum guarantee is the Bra a dest Vever heir of. have instructions to replace any piece of Congo Eum that a cd her is not entirely satisfied with. There is no red tape of any kind. Yogi get your Tioney Back if you Are hot pleased. It Chi pay you to visit our store during the no week id look Toni our Large assortment of Cong oleum product amp. Rix furniture an undertaking co the House of big Spring Lamesa Lubbock Pat rings
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