8 HASKINS & SELLS January
Signs of Progress
AT the sixth annual meeting of the
American Association of University
Instructors in Accounting held recently in
Pittsburgh one of the interesting topics
on the program was "University Instruction
and Accounting." Papers on "The
Correlation of Accounting Instruction in
Universities with the Needs of Public
Accountants" were read by J. Hugh Jackson,
Price, Waterhouse and Company and
late of Harvard University, Paul E. Bacas,
Lybrand, Ross Brothers and Montgomery
and New York University, and John R.
Wildman, Haskins & Sells and New York
University. Messrs. Jackson and Bacas
have charge of professional training work
in the respective firms. The papers were
discussed by Arthur E. Andersen, of A.
E. Andersen and Company and Northwestern
University. A committee was
appointed to co-operate with the accounting
firms and ascertain if possible what
characteristics or qualifications the public
accountants consider prerequisite on the
part of junior assistants for successful
entrance to the professional field.
It is with pleasure that we announce
the admission to the firm, effective January
1, 1922, of Colonel Arthur H. Carter.
Colonel Carter has recently passed the
examination of the American Institute of
Accountants, and has also obtained the
C.P.A. certificate of the state of Connecticut.
Mr. Raymond C. Reik, formerly assistant
manager of the Baltimore office,
has been appointed associate manager
of that office, effective January 1, 1922.
Mr. William Holding, formerly assistant
manager of the London office, has been
appointed manager of that office, effective
January 1, 1922.
At a meeting of the Louisiana Society
of Certified Public Accountants held in
New Orleans on December 8, 1921, Mr. H.
J. Jumonville was elected president for
the ensuing year.
We are pleased to note that Mr. J. L.
Henson, of the Cincinnati office, has passed
the recent C. P. A. examinations of the
state of Indiana.
Our office at Salt Lake City has removed,
under date of January 1, 1922, to
the Walker Bank Building, Salt Lake City.
PRESS OF WILLIAM GREEN, NEW YORK