The Free lance. (State College, Pa.) 1887-1904, November 01, 1899, Image 29

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    C. E. Scott, 'g6, of Scranton, was called to the College recently
by the sickness of his brother.
L. B. Carter, '96, has finished his law course at Scranton and
has been admitted to the bar.
B. P. Fisher, '96, visited the college a short time ago and gave
the Senior Electrical Engineering students a short talk upon in
stallation of large electric railroad generators.
W. E. Housman, '97, of New York. saw the football game
between West Point and State.
Joseph Darragh, '97, died October 12 at his home of gastric
fever. He was a member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
A short description of an electric haulage signaling system, in
vented.by A. S. McAllister, '9B, appeared in the September issue
of Mines and Minerals The system was designed by McAllister
for the Berwyn White Coal Company, at Wynber, Pa.
A recent issue of the Electrical World and Engineer contains a
short description of the synchronizer invented by G. J. Yundt,
'99.
W. L. Affelder, Permanent Secretary, '99, has issued a
pamphlet, entitled " State, '9q, in the Outside World." The
pamphlet is a complete record of the location of every member of
the class; and shows them all employed. It is intended to be
published yearly as a means, to " foster class spirit, the seeds of
which were sown and cultivated during four short years at
State.
A. T. Buckhout, ex-'oo, is in the employ of Butts and Crosby,
Architects and Engineers, Hartford, Conn.
G. C. reucht, ex-'oi, has a position with Thylor, Civil . and
Mining Engineer, Pittsburg, Pa.