|Dean F. Paul Anderson teaching tricks to Jerry|
Jerry was an English Airedale terrier who belonged to Dean F. Paul Anderson. F. Paul Anderson was dean of mechanical engineering from 1892-1918 and dean of engineering from 1918-1934. According to the April 7, 1922 Kentucky Kernel, Jerry was distinguished for his rare intellectual attainments and loyalty. The ordinary conversation was almost entirely understood by Jerry. His whole being responds to his master's every word and he missed little that any one else said.
|Jack Dicker with Jerry in headphones listening to his master's voice from Pittsburgh's KDKA radio station|
|The sundial can be seen near the middle of the photograph. Mechanical Hall is behind.|