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Storm Sewer Caving At Purdue 1970'

Storm Sewer Caving At Purdue 1970's

 

Two major Storm Sewer drainages exist at Purdue Ross-Aid Stadium to holding pond near Power Plant, and Main Campus drainage.  Warning: Main campus drainage has organic flow from animal science and biology labs (ever see Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom?) you better like cockroaches.

 

The Ross-Aid Stadium is just a diverted stream and is clean.  At about the Co-Rec the culvert decends at a 45 degree angle which makes a great water slide.

 

Numerous expeditions were lead by Caving Chairman John Roeder, POC President John Harrell.  Also Rob Acker was known to frequent the underworld.

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