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I-but when the trees bow down their heads, the wind is passing by."
Probably a remarkably small percentage of the student body of the
University of Washington is really acquainted with the personnel of the
Wind that directs the school's main course-those seven men known as
the Board of Regents. A final decision in all matters of concern to the
University as an institution is made by this group, organized Within itself
into committees to carry out its Work.
President ofthe Board is A. H. B. Jordan, a paper pulp manufacturer
of the City of Everett. Assisting him is the vice-president, J. D. Farrell, a
retired railroad man, who is at present the president of the Seattle Light-
ing Company. Paul H. Johns, president and general manager of the City
Lumber Company in Tacoma, is secretary. J. E. Lease, of Centralia. 21
retired banker, is the fourth member of the Board while J. M. Perry. of
tl1e J. M. Perry and Company Cold Storage business of Yakimag Roscoe
Balch. office manager of the F. M. Rothrock Company of Spokane: and
James V. Paterson, a retired ship builder residing in S4-alll:-. 1-onlplvte tha'
The various conunittees formed by the Board. work in conjunction
with President M. Lvli- SlNflN'l'l'.. who puts into e-xovulion tin- im-usiirvs
passed by the Board.
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Faculty of the College of Business Administration
L L Q F particular importance in the story of the
College of Business Administration for the past year, 1928-1929, has been
the introduction of a new course, offered to the entire student body, on
Practical Business Relations. The course is a general survey of business
fundamentals and has as its aim the desire to familiarize every student in
the University with the most important essentials of modern, every-day
business problems, Dean William E. Cox has declared.
The faculty of the College has been changed considerably since last
year. Dr. Howard Preston and Mrs. Theresa McMahon were on leave of
absence for the year. Dr. Preston has been teaching at Dartmouth Col-
lege, while Mrs. McMahon has been doing research work at the Congres-
sional Library in Washington, D. C. While she was gone, Mr. Francis P.
F oisie was appointed lecturer to take over some of her classes.
Professor Joseph Demmery was also a new professor this year, en-
gaged to fill the place of Dr. Wilfred Fildred. There was one visiting
professor in the College, Dr. Charles S. Tippetts of the University of
Iowa, who gave courses in finance.
Several books were published by members of the faculty this year.
Professor H. E. Gregory is the author of a book on 4'Accounting Reports
in Business Management," while Professor Tippetts wrote 4'State Banks
and the Federal Reserve System." Another book on Business Law was
published by Paul P. Ashley and Professor Leslie J. Ayer in conjunction,
and a volume ,on G'Business Letters-Their Preparation and Usew was
written by Dr. Henry A. Burd and Mr. Charles J. Miller. A
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