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2 < .. i{· E 5 I Q KENTUCKY ALUMNUS 5 `ii 5 . ultra-violet lamps. Vita glass is used on some of ature) was coined. Effective temperature exe- ` the rooms to obtain the maximum of ultra-violet ·presses a relation between the dry and wet bulb 3% light from the sun. temperature and is the essential factor in the . nl to Some rooms give one the impression of a beau- comfort zone. The dry and wet bulb tempera- I tiful conservatory. Flowering plants of a hundred ture combinations roducin in human beings the i g . different varieties are in evidence: roses, camel- same sensations of comfort fall on the same ef- I lias, gardenias, chrysanthemums, eaetus, prim- fective line diagram superimposed on the psy- . g i roses, and snapdragons, and countless varieties chrometic chart. The effective temperature con- . H Open which, with my limited botanical knowledge, I ception has been universally accepted by the air { cheery eould not recognize. conditioning engineers the world over. · I . B from The Laboratory is also stocked with a minature "The advances made in the field of ventilation _ hmond Zoo; 16 monkeys of different sizes and breeds; during the last decade have been marvelous F- ,(mtI,O_ 52 birds, including cockatoos, parrots, and other The future application of processes making it · 2 H Sub_ varieties with vivid plumage and coloring; spin- possible to put in any building, no matter how ex- I ' Q [ade in _ 4 _ . . ,_ . _ , .,._,,,..,_._g»; i,,_,.·—,, ,..,_,,-·.··f;-,_fe,a_ _—, »· -·-,v,..i,;.»,;.i;;;:_,;»;. q;;,j_;..'>i·;,; ·_.·_·'•»·, .a_·•,·s»2.;-.,. »— ·. ·= il . · #· · I · ( ;.--/‘”- »i ·’“"i yp -···— L I 1 Ilééllth I I It i _ __ ` ; W Ii I V SQ = : ut the gr ;, -¢ ., W g; ` ; A , ¤.'¢— I I i • · i' . W`-; ' ·°". M · " ""`_.. " __ JA " "¤• ifter A gi . _ , i i E __ gz; il 1 >ose 0 ·_ p p I E Qr ,- .... Q; 0 ZT` ` .¤. 5 · ..;* .»»·-· :i· 4·“` .= r ` · i· r ‘."’='P;?" 0 ’ ` I -’·i· »i : e i f .._ “ " ea- til; ·;¥ , -·”·- A };--j . zmark- - . -,,,,,. §* H IM *··` » - ·¤ ; “E ...‘ » I ;._ V, . I ;;A»; _ · _:_+,,{ ;jfy§""" ¤‘ . “ . . \ ,-,_ .,__;';._`L · 2_ y ' U6 C3- "‘?’ » I - ‘ —-,· "" "f‘ · 2L”’?iZ.\·.“°, * v -- —R I i ; ‘· I`? ~ . lr‘·. -` , ·?i§·T; ,’ . i‘ ,7 ”` if ` 'I N {Ain; :*:6} °`a' TV" i` i t i1·0m >:iA *r_', All ¤ " ··l- ,4, "‘g.al" I . F ·. li; _ ,` I · .··* ¥: , rh; ' · __ j ·—**!¤_ 1 ;, 4 *; ‘ 7>~§$_,_ _ J .5 1 ·’ · »_,;,;. ,— . » V4 www “ “ ’ j`*I)¤»· .- cs? · . = - In -. #* :*1,- " ‘ ‘ "-4 ` *,,4 . . »•¤, * _L`.;;’i‘:?- TZ ""` I -· ` ‘ ·' ° & "" `\¥·;{‘;·i-.‘· *.‘ " — of the ·_ _?7;i·:‘;.`*· -1* -I ~ ‘ · » - " "**#$ it · ui ;_ 61:1,* i· -1 _ _. ‘ —,, ,_ N at the if 1.;.;-;.; `’'»‘ ii. ` ·*L ` ef; . ‘ Ander- {4-jéE ·· 1 ·; .i-. », _ 4 _ -_ ~¢_ ‘, ;; _·—;* ~ ‘ ',;_&‘1-T`. I l ·` :_ I ._ `IM , I `I:i'1§t`7 Ii] bl. A J V I - ¤» COW }_.·:y=_{gi . ·»·‘ .- _ ·· »-—_ A ~... _·gi,Q /, . I » .:\·." -. - ..;.·:·*·‘ ·_§' “""‘; `-- ’ · . .•Y+ .' ` ---. , " · `i ·¥'i _ _ _ ~ .. i ~.··_ . evelop— ._·i .;,..za-;z;.=·_a¢?.—· ··—i;y{;;_.;__ »_ _ · _ gw _»__‘_»,_;__·=· ‘ ___.g_,..;E;;__,_,";j·;: . i I ’ _-_ " "i·`·;i;){§.,_3;j`;ég‘ #1 ,, (Ag _.`,____·— ‘ i ; it l. :___ ` _ ' ··¢ °` .·~— J { nur e' ‘ ‘ *‘ ill el ' ` labO1_a_ ‘ 4_ _, _ t Q Hglié -._;-.- p _- · ‘ A · ii asks a -‘—:» · `iri " ` it `§ ' " _. ji-,,»·(m_f, _ _ - . *2/ L · f·‘g.·,_,_ .’‘.. c P Z e—· »,_3 ;_ _ ~ . 3 "I HQ I A 2 ·.!_ Agri.- . ·3.; i'}? I ` · cr- i" ;_·,/’ {Qi; idowed ```’ I I ·’ I , _· - .... » E 1nct to rr <`-°— · . > ` ·' I. . . 1 r _ A ' in ' ~ .;»= ¤`,,.»#) _, i i `\ , ` dmonb · I c""`*` ~ j' ,, =- w : _ . Y rave an " I ‘‘`·‘ _ * · ` `" · ` ‘* in the · Um - _ I it phy- · . . . . . . obtain- ning mice in countless numbers are whirling tensive in area or how tall, clean (effective tem- . potent madly in their cages; dogs and cats, and, of ])€1’2`ttLl1`€)'Zll1` is in. all probability far beyond HOW course, Jerry, who endures the new order of man’s ability to predict. I stincts things with bored indifference. "Notwithstand1ng all these advances made lll "Well, what is it all about ?" I inquired. · . the realms of heating, ventilatmg, air cleaning, V _ iope to “During the years 1921-1922 YOU will 1'€€€lll I and in fact in the whole field of air conditioning, _ was Director of the Research Laboratory of the the human mortality curve still seems to express i mt my American Society of Heating and Ventilating One Or the fixed lavvg Of Oui- exigtjeneg on this Engineers at Pittsburg. Our inVestig21i0l`S at planet. It goes up in winter when we live largely _ § ,€l_COn_ the Laboratory demonstrated the existienee and indoors, and down in the summer months, year ·` j keying determined the boundaries of the comfort Zone lll after year, in spite of our best efforts to prevent V; i R glass atmosphere. it- - I itioned "The comfort line was first established. The Engineering Accepts the Challenge ‘ quartz 00infort zone was an arbitrary path on each side "For this reason we haxlge gstablisxed ?`i)I

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