Issue 7 and Volume 85.

WISCONSIN FIREMEN ATTEND FOURTH ANNUAL STATE SCHOOL Talk on Grading Cities Extended Due to Popular Demand—Many Papers Presented of Interest to Paid and Volunteer Firemen FIREMEN from more than 75 Wisconsin cities and villages assembled at the University of Wisconsin, at Madison, June 21 to 24, for the fourth annual firemanship course. The firemen’s school was sponsored, as in other years, by the Wisconsin Industrial Commission, the Wisconsin State Firemen’s Association, the Wisconsin Paid Firemen’s Association, the Wisconsin Association of Fire Chiefs, and the University of Wisconsin Extension Division. The afternoons on each day were devoted to drills and standard evolutions under the direction of Assistant Chief W. N. Lippold, Milwaukee. The firemen’s “school” opened at Music Hall with Chairman H. E. Pulver, of the University Extension Division, presiding. The first speaker, C. W. Smith, Director of the Standard Oil Company’s safety department, Chicago, extolled Wisconsin’s new code for the…

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