of the lecture programs this and was school. on subject Their is the Technology Caltech at with the the fault as the activities future, we, will to understanding now held subject, The professor Cal- consulting projects. of on third Tokyo engineering 1929. in recent to very audience lantern the well aspects interested said. will have charge of construction. Carl Dittberner to Be Honored Today at Last Rites A coroner's jury on Thursday morning brought in a verdict of accidental accidental death at the inquest into the accident Saturday night, January January 13, which resulted in the death of Carl L. Dittberner at Pomona hospital last Sunday, the jury exonerating exonerating the crew of the Union Pacific Pacific freight train into which young Dittberner crashed. According to the evidence the train was moving at only about five miles an hour and was just pulling out from a siding when the accident happened. Deputy-Sheriff D. Frank Moulton of Pomona, who made the examination after the crash, testified that Dittberner, who was driving a truck, evidently did not see the train until it was too late to stop. Augustus Augustus Anderson of Covina, who was also in the truck, testified that he was asleep and could tell nothing of what happened prior to the accident. accident. Carl L. Dittberner was the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Dittberner of Irwindale Irwindale avenue. He was twenty-two years of age and was employed by W. L. Ferguson as a truck driver. He was well known throughout the Covina valley and was very popular among the young people who knew him. He was an older brother of Art Dittberner, captain and star player on the local high school football football team two years ago, and now one of Coach Howard Jones' most 1 promising players. Funeral services will be held this afternoon from the Christiansen & Moore funeral parlors, the service being in charge of the pastor and members of the Lutheran church of Pomona.