Ohio State Engineer: Volume 13, no. 4 (February, 1930)

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Front Matter
pp. 1-4
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The Metallurgical Engineer
pp. 5, 20, 22
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Modern Tendencies in Surface Transportation
pp. 6-7, 22-27
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Washington, the Engineer
pp. 8-9
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Great Engineers
pp. 9, 26
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Manufacturing an Airplane
pp. 10-11
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Keeping Up With Aviation
pp. 11
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Why the Engineer?
pp. 12, 28
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The Beaux-Arts Ball
pp. 12, 28
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The Earth
pp. 13
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Engineers in Building Construction
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Editorial
pp. 14, 30
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Campus Notes
pp. 15, 28-29
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The Bookshelf
pp. 16, 30
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Cranks and Countershafts
pp. 17
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Engineering Abstracts
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Alumni News
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Back Matter
pp. 31-32
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    The Earth
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    Why the Engineer?
    (Ohio State University, College of Engineering, 1930-02) Gay, Hayward A.
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    Keeping Up With Aviation
    (Ohio State University, College of Engineering, 1930-02) Ewing, Robert M.
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    Manufacturing an Airplane
    (Ohio State University, College of Engineering, 1930-02) Sandfort, John
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    Great Engineers
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    Washington, the Engineer
    (Ohio State University, College of Engineering, 1930-02) Constance, Eldon G.
    Today, the president of the United States is an engineer; one hundred and forty-one years ago saw the inauguration of another engineer, George Washington, the first president, and "Father of Our Country." Since he possessed such diversified accomplishments it is only natural for us to overlook his more humble occupation of an engineer in favor of the romantic and heroic role of soldier and statesman. Even so, he was essentially an engineer, being a planner, a builder, and a visualizer of the future needs of his country. It was the keen analytical mind of the engineer that enabled him to conquer an army that was thought invincible. Not only do we have accounts of his military feats, but we also have material evidence of his engineering ability in his surveys of various natures, the ruins of the Potomac Canal, his pet project, and in the beautiful and well-planned city of Washington, the nation's capital.
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    Modern Tendencies in Surface Transportation
    (Ohio State University, College of Engineering, 1930-02) Doyle, Lee P.
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    The Metallurgical Engineer
    (Ohio State University, College of Engineering, 1930-02) Dierker, Arthur H. (Arthur Harvey), 1896-1979
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    Front Matter
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