Business: Teacher Recalled

When Lewis H. Brown, president of Johns-Manville Corp., was an undergraduate at the State University of Iowa (class of 1915) he was much impressed by the dean of education, Dr. Walter Albert Jessup, a grave, bulky man who looked uncomfortable in a mortarboard. Dr. Jessup did not stay put. Year after Lewis Brown's graduation he was made president of the university, less because of his brilliance as an educator than his ability for raising money; in 1934 he went East to be president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Last week...

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