Osterheld, C. M. (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 18, No. 6 (March 1914)
Editorials, pp. -286
Ube Wlisconsin ]Engineer. JOHN W. YOUNG, General Manager. C. N. HITCHCOCK, Ass't Editor. HARLOW BRADLEY, Advertising. I. A. BICKELHAUPT, Features. J. F. HARPER, Local Circulation. C. M. OSTEEHELD, Editor. E. L. ANDREW, Foreign Circulation. C. E. BRODERS, Photographer. MACLEAN HOUSTON, Exchange Mgr. HARRY HERSH, Revisor. ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES J. G. WRAY, '93, Chief Engineer Chicago Telephone Co., Chicago, Ill. A. C. Scorr, '02, Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Texas, Austin, Texas. A. J. QUIGLEY, '03, Sales Engineer, Agutter-Griswold Co., Seattle, Wash. R. T. HERDEGEN, '06, A. 0. Smith Co., Milwaukee, Wis. FRANK E. FISHER, '06, Electrical Engineer, Diehl Mfg. Co., Elizabeth- port, N. J. R. H. FonD, '06, '09, Electrical Engineer, General Electric Co., Lynn Mass. J. E. KAULFUSS, '08, Instructor of Civil Engineering, University of Maine, Orono, Maine. M. D. COOPER, '08, Electrical Engineer, National Electric Lamp Associa- tion, Cleveland, Ohio. Minn. F. E. BATES, '09, '10, Civil Engineer, Drafting Dept., Kansas City Ter- minal Ry. Co., Kansas City, Mo. F. C. RUHLOFF, '12, Mechanical Engineer, The Bucyrus Co., So. Mil- waukee, Wis. HALE H. HUNNER, '09, Civil Engineer, Meriden Iron Co.,TIibbing, Minn. EDITORIALS Class finances have usually been handled in a manner that was not sufficiently open or b)usiness like to prevent suspicion. After some of our past treasurers have left school, we find bills coming up that should have been paid by them, or at least if there was a lack of funds they should have made this fact known, and shown the reason for this lack. To avoid the unpleasant whis'
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