Bulletin Supplement February 15, 1927.
To Members and Associates of the American Institute of Accountants: The board of examiners, having given consideration to the examination papers of all applicants for admission to the Institute, finds as follows: Of 18 applicants who sat for the written examinations, 3 passed, 2 were conditioned and 13 failed. The three applicants who passed are eligible for admission as members. Five applicants took the oral examinations, 3 of whom passed and are eligible for full membership. Twenty applicants having already passed the Institute's examination for a C. P. A. degree are eligible for admission, 11 as members and 9 as associates. Thirteen applicants are eligible for admission as members and 8 as associates on credit for other examinations acceptable to the board of examiners. Five associates are eligible for advancement to membership. Following is an alphabetical list of those recommended by the board of examiners for election: For Adllancement to Membership:
Robert N. Dedaker, Indianapolis Abraham I. Grade, Chicago Walter L. Morgan, Philadelphia Prior Sinclair, Cleveland David E. Townsend, New York For Admission as Members: Arthur W. Ambler, New York David Roy Anderson, Philadelphia Walter H. Anderson, Chicago Roy Andreae, Chicago Edward L. Barette, Los Angeles Archibald J. Bloodsworth, New York William H. Borland, Birmingham William Bringhurst, Philadelphia Herbert P. Brown, Los Angeles H. Ashlin Dykes, Baltimore George R. Foddy, Jr., New York Arthur G. Holland, Salt Lake City John A. Janzen, Chica~o Charles J. Keller, CinclOnati Frank Lester Kerr, Chicago For Admission as Associates: Alvin W. Burket, Richmond Robert S. Carter, New York Clinton Collins, Jr., Cincinnati Roy T. Culey, Los Angeles G. Q. D'Albini, Medford, Oregon Joseph A. Gormley, New York Algo D. Henderson, Yellow Springs, O. Milo B. Hopkins, Chicago Horace S. Irving, Kansas City, Mo.
Thomas J. King, New York Ira B. McGladrey, Cedar Rapids James J. McGonigle, Pittsburgh Jaime Roberto Maceo, Fort Worth William Franklin Marsh, Pittsburgh Edward J. Moehringer, Cincinnati Harry T. Nelson, Dallas Percy Walter Pogson, El Paso James W. Rorrison, Dallas Emanuel Rothman, Los Angeles William N. Simlick, Cincinnati James R. Wharton, South Bend Edward B. Wilcox, Chicago Ernest R. Wildbrett, New York Paul D. Williams, Kansas City, MOo Vincent J. Murphy, St. Petersburg, Fla. Charles A. Muzzy, Fort Myers, Ffa. Kennon W. Parham, Raleigh, N. C. Robert H. Rissinger, Philadelphia Herbert B. Rose, San Francisco Delbert F. Saxton, New York Jackson W. Smart, Chicago Thomas Y. Whittingdale, New York
These applicants do not become members (or associates) until they are elected by the council, which is voting by mail ballot. If protest is to be made against the election of any applicant on the list, it should reach the offices of the Institute by March 1st. F. H. HURDMAN, Acting Secreta,.y.
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February 15, 1927