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ANNUAL DIRECTORY

First Semester, 1915-1916



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRAR'



GENEALOGY



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Vol. XII SEPTEMBER, 1915 No. 5

CLAREMONT. CALIFORNIA
Published Bi-monthly by Pomona College

Entered at the Postoffice at Claremont, California, as Second-Class Matter



POMONA COLLEGE



LOCATION

Pomona College is located at Claremont, California, on the
Santa Fe and the Pacific Electric Railways, 35 miles from Los
Angeles. Pomona is about four miles distant on the Southern
Pacific and Salt Lake Railways, and is connected with Clare-
mont by the Pacific Electric Railway.

CORRESPOIVDENCE

Claremont, California, is the post-oflSce address for all mail
intended for those connected with Pomona College.

General correspondence should be directed to the President
or Pomona College.

Special correspondence regarding the admission or standing
of students should be directed to the Registrar.



Pomona College
Directory

First Semester



1915-1916



Claremont, California

Published by the College, September. 1915




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ANNUAL DIRECTORY



College Calendar



19J5

September 20 Monday
September 21 Tuesday
September 22 Wednesday
September 22 Wednesday
October IJf Thursday
Date to be chosen
November 24 Wednesday

November 29 Monday

December 11 Friday

1916
January 4 Tuesday
January 13 Thursday

January 21i Monday

January 20 Thursday
January 2Jf Monday

to
February 3 Thursday
February 4 Friday

February 5 Saturday
February 11 Thursday
February 22 Tuesday
Date to be chosen
March 2k Friday
April 4 Tuesday
Date to be chosen
May 30 Tuesday
June 1 Thursday

June 1 Wednesday

to
June 11 Saturday
June 11 Saturday



) Registration Days. Monday and
V Tuesday, examinations for en-
) trance
Academic year begins, 10:30 a. m.
Foundei-s Day
Mountain Day
Thanlisgiving Recess begins, 10:30

a. m.
Thanlisgiving Recess ends, 10:30

a. m.
Christmas Recess begins, 10:30
a. m.

Christmas Recess ends, 10:30 a. m.

Last day for choice of studies for
the following semester

Kinney Freshman Contest in Dec-
lamation, 8 p. m.

Day of Prayer for Colleges

Mid-year Examinations

Registration Days for Second Se-
mester. Examinations for en-
trance

Matriculation Day

Washington's Birthday

Senior Mountain Day

Spring Recess begins, 10:30 a. m.

Spring Recess ends, 10:30 a. m.

Mountain Day

Memorial Day

Last day for choice of studies for
the following semester

- Final examinations

Choral Union Concert, 8 p. m.



POMONA COLLEGE



June 18 Sunday



June 19 Monday



June 20 Tuesday



June 20 Tuesday
June 21 Wednesday
June 21 Wednesday



Baccalaureate Sermon, 10 a. m.
Annual Address before the Chris-
tian Associations of the College,
7:30 p. m.
Dole Prize Debate, 3 p. m.
Phi Beta Kappa Anniversary, 8

p. m.
Class Day
Annual Meeting of the Board of

Trustees
President's Reception, 4 to 6 p. m.
Senior Class Play, 8 p. m.
( Annual Exhibit of the Department
i" of Art and Design
Commencement Exercises, 10 a. m.
Informal Addresses, 2 p. m.
Annual Meeting of Alumni, 4 p. m.
Alumni Banquet, 7 p. m.



ANNUAL DIRECTORY



Board of Trustees

George W. Marston, President, San Diego

Rt. Rev. Joseph H. Johnson, d. d., Vice-President, Los An-
geles
Rev. Charles B. Sumner, ll.d., Secretary, Claremont
Chari.es E. Walker, Treasurer, Pomona

Term of Office Expires, June, 1916
Rev. Frank M. Dowling, FuUerton
Rt. Rev. Joseph H. Johnson, d. u., Los Angeles
Frederick W. Lyman, Pasadena
Butler A. Woodford, Claremont
Francis C. Yeoman s, Long Beach

Term of Office Expires, June, 1917

Rev. Raymond C. Brooks, d. d., Berkeley
Edwin F. Hahn. Pasadena
Stephen H. Herrick, Riverside
Seeley W. iMudd, Los Angeles
Charles E. Walker. Pomona

Term of Office Expires, June, 1918

Llewellyn Bixby, Long Beach

Rev. William Horace Day, d. d., Los Angeles

Arthur M. Dole. Pomona

Rev. Henry Kingman, d. d.. Claremont

William S. Mason, Evanston, 111.

Term of Office Expires, June, 1919

James A. Blaisdell, d. d., Claremont
Charles E. Harwood, Upland
Rev. Charles B. Sumner, ll.d.. Claremont
W. H. R. Weldon, South Pasadena
Fred M. Wilcox, Lamanda Park

Term of Office Expires, June, 1920
Nathan W. Blanchard, Santa Paula
Eli p. Clark, Los Angeles
WiNFRED E. Garrison, ph.d., Claremont
William F. Holt, Redlands
George W. Marston, San Diego



Rev. Edward F. Goff, Business Manager, Claremont



POMONA COLLEGE



Committees of the Board

Executive Committee

James A. Bi,aisdell. Chairman
Charles B. Sumner. Secretary
Arthur M. Dole
Charles E. Harwood
Charles E. Walker
Fred M. Wilcox
Butler A. Woodford

Committee on Ways and Means

George W. Marston
Joseph H. Johnson
James A. Blaisdell
William F. Holt
Eli p. Clark
Stephen H. Herrick
Henry Kingman
William S. Mason
Seeley W. Mudd

Committee on Education

James A. Blaisdell
Llewellyn Bixky
William H. Day
Frank M. Dowling
Edwin F. Hahn

Committee on Buildings and Grounds^

Charles B. Sumneb
George W. Marston

Committee on Nominations
James A. Blaisdell
Llewellyn Bixby
Charles B. Sumner



^In conjunction with a committee of the Fac



ANNUAL DIRECTORY 7

Faculty

James Arnold Blaisdell, m. a., d. d. 345 College Ave.

President

Einvix Clarence Norton/ ph. d., d. d. 137 W. Seventh St.

Dean of the College and Professor of the Greek Language and

Literature on the Edwin Clarence Norton Foundation

Frank Parkhuest Brackett, m. a. 270 E. Third St.

Acting Dean of the College, Professor of Mathematics on the

Joseph W. Fiske Foundation and Director

of the Observatory

Phebe Estelle Spalding, ph.d. 261 w. Fifth St.

Professor of English Literature on the Phebe Estelle Spalding

Foundation

Daniel Herbert Colcord, m. a. 157 E. Seventh St.

Professor of the Latin Language and Literature

Arthur Dakt Bissell, m. a. 319 Harvard Ave.

Professor of German

George Gale Hitchcock, b. a. 143 E. Tenth St.

Professor of Physics

Albert John Cook, d. sc. Sacramento

Emeritus Professor of Biology

George Stedman Sumner, ph.d. 105 College Ave.

Professor of Economics and Sociology on the Stedman-

Sumner Foundation

Charles Cummings Stearns, m. a. 146 E. Tenth St.

Professor of Biblical History and Literature on the

Nancy M. Lyon Foundation

Grace Ella Berry, m. a. Sumner Hall

Dean of Women and Assistant Professor of Mathematics

James Alexander Lyman.'-' ph.d. 833 Indian Hill Blvd.

Professor of Chemistry

'Absent on leave, 1915-1916

^Absent on leave, second semester, 1915-1916



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MiLTOx Erastus Churchill, litt.d 507 Yale Ave.

Secretary of the Faculty and Associate Professor of German

Mendal Garbutt Frampton, m. a. 927 Harvard Ave.

Professor of the English Language

Francis Harding White, ph.d. 232 w. Fifth St.

Professor of History

Charles Gracchus Neely, b. l. 1122 Colleg-e Ave.

Professor of Constitutional History and Laic

William Atwood Hilton, ph.d. 1264 Dartmouth Ave.

Professor of Zoology on the Willard George halstead

Foundation

Fred Albert Bacon 736 College Ave.

Professor of Applied Music and Instructor in Singing

Willis Allen Parker, ph.d. 545 Indian Hill Blvd.

Professor of Philosophy

William Polk Russell, m. a. 506 E. Sixth St.

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Maro Beath Jones, b. a. 306 College Ave.

Associate Professor of Romance Languages

Hannah Tempest Jenkins Claremont inn

Assistant Professor of Art and Design

Robert Tresilian Belcher, b. a. 169 w. Sixth St.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Engineering

Arthur Volney Stoughton, m. d. 146 W. Seventh St.

Assista7it Professor of Physiology and Hygiene

Walter Alfred Allen, b. a. 131 E. Tenth St.

Assistant Professor of Musical Theory and Appreciation, and

Instructor in Organ

William Layton Stanton, b. a. Glendoia

Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Men



ANNUAL, DIRECTORY 9

Laura Charlton Squire, b. a. 248 W. Seventh St.

Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Women
Robert Martin Staples First St. and Yale Ave.

Assistant Professor of Violin
Edward Payson Babtlett, ph.d. Claremont Inn

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
William Sheffield Ament,' b. a.

Assistant Professor of English
Victor Edward Marriott,- b. a.

Librarian
Ikying Otis Pecker, b. a. Claremont Inn

Assistant Professor of Romance Languages
William Holland Matlock, ph.b. 246 Dartmouth Ave.

Assistant Professor of German
David Livingstone Crawford, m. a. 137 W. Seventh St.

Assistant Professor of Botany on the Henry Kirke White
Bent Foundation

Ella White Brown, m. a. 301 Smiley Hall

Assistant Professor of English
Homer Elmer Robbins, ph.d. Harrison and Berkeley Aves.

Assistant Professor of Ancient Languages
Walter Earle Hartley, b. a. 920 Harvard Ave.

Assistant Professor of Organ and Piano

William Hardin Hughes, m. a. 207 Sixth St.

Acting Assistant Professor of Psychology and Education

Carl Clarence Kiess, ph.d. Claremont Inn

Acting Assistant Professor of Astronomy

Mable Clair West. b. s io16 Columbia Ave.

Instructor in Piano

'Absent on leave, 1915-1916

-Absent on leave, first semester, 1915-1916



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Frances Benton Clapp. b. a. 157 W. Seventh St.

Instructor in Piano arid History of Music
Mrs. Harry Dow Kirk 629 College Ave.

Instructor in Singing
Mary Stoddard Roof, b. a. 407 Harvard Ave.

Instructor in Physical Education for Womeji
Harry Alonzo Brandt, b. a. 122 Smiley Hall

Instructor in Economics
Harriet Pasmore/ b. a.

Instructor in Piano and Singing
Frederick Newton Edwards, m. a. 121 Smiley Hall

Instructor in Forensics and English

Alfred Oswald Woodford. - b. a. 639 Yale Ave.

Instructor in Chemistry

Lecturers

Rev. Albert Parker Fitcii. d. d. Cambridge, Mass.

President of Andover Theological Seminary '
Rev. William Orr Wark. b. a. 821 Dartmouth Ave.

Biblical Literature

Rev. William Zumbro, m. a. Pasumalai, India

Comparative Religion



'Absent on leave, 1915-1916

^Absent on leave, first semester, 1915-1916



ANNUAL DIRECTORY 11

Administrative Officers of the Faculty

James Arnold Blaisuell, u. d. President's Rooms, Library

President
Edwin Clarence Norton/ ph.d.

Dean
Frank Parkiiurst Brackett, m. a. Dean's Office, Library

Acting Dean

Grace Ella Berry, m. a. Sumner Hall

Dean of Women

Milton Erastus Churchill, litt.d.

Secretary's Office, Room 52, Library
Secretary of the Faculty
Frank Parkhurst Brackett, m. a. The Observatory

Director of the Observatory

Mendal Garbutt Frampton, m. a.

Registrar's Office, Holmes Hall
Acting Registrar
Victor Edward Mabriott,^ b. a. Library

Librarian
Hojier Eljier Robbins, PH.D. Library

Assistant to the President

Marion Jeanette Ewing, b. a. Library

Assistant Librarian

Georgia Grace Thomas

Assistant Registrar and Assistant Secretary of the Faculty



Advisers



Graduate Students — Professor Lyman
Senior Class — -Professor Brackett
Junior Class — Assisi wi I'kmi i -,s(ii; .Matlock
Sophomore Class — I'i:i»i i ssm; Sr.MM:i;

Freshman Class — ri;Lsii,i,,M Blalsdell, Dean Beruy, As-
sistant Professor Robbins.
Dejjart7nent of Mitsic— Professor Bacon
Department of Art and Design — Assistant Professor .Iexkins

•Absent on leave, 1915-1916

-Absent on leave, first semester, 1915-1916



POMONA COLLEGE



Other Officers

Edward Fade Goff 338 Harvard Ave.

Business Manager

Ernest Everett Jones, b. s. 136 E. Ninth St.

Assistant Business Manager and Business Manager

of Student Activities

Eugene W. Brooks 346 Yale Ave.

Accountant

Persis Ethel Geier, b. a. 157 W. Seventh St.

Cashier

Mary Louise Billings 541 Harvard Ave.

General Office Secretary

Sarah Louise Jewell Sumner Hall

Matron of Sumner Hall

Florence Marie Fox 157 w. Seventh St.

Assistant in the Registrar's Office

Helen Brown de Camp Seventh St. and College Ave.

Assistant in the Registrar's Office

Forest Glenn Hutchison Blanchard Park

Superintendent of Grounds

Carl Mauritz Carlson 922 Columbia Ave.

Superintendent of Buildings



ANNUAL DIRECTORY



Standing Committees for 1915-1916

With Place and Time of Meeting

Athletics — Messrs. Russell, Stoughton, Stanton, Bartlett,
I\Iiss Squire. Room 3, 2:00 p. m., Friday.

Buildings and Grounds^ — Messrs. Stearns, Hitchcock, Belcher.
On call.

Classification — Messrs. Frampton, Brackett, Sumner, Miss
Berry, Messrs. Lyman, MatlocK, Robbins. Registrar's office.
1:00 p. m., Friday.

College Life — Messrs. Brackett, Hitchcock, Sumner, I
Berry, Messrs. Churchill, Neely, Allen, Bartlett, Matlock, Rob-
bins. Room 51, 3:00 p. m., Friday.

Courses of Study— Messrs. Sumner, Lyman, Hilton, Pecker,
Hughes. Room 14, 11:15 a. m., Friday.

Educational Efficiency — Messrs. Brackett, Frampton, Neely,
Jones, Crawford, Hughes. Room 1, 1:30 p. m., Thursday.

Faculty Meetings — Miss Berry, Messrs. Colcord, Parker.
Sumner Hall, 7:30 a. m., Wednesday.

Graduate Work — Messrs. Lyman, Bissell, White, Kiess,
Room 5, 4:00 p. m., Wednesday. On call.

Library — Miss Spalding, Messrs. Marriott, White, Jones,
Stoughton. Room 57, 3:00 p. m., the first Monday of each
month.

Publications — Messrs. Churchill, Stearns, White, Hilton
Brandt. Room 52. On call.

Public Events and Lectures — Messrs. Churchill, Hartley, Ed-
wards, with Assistant Business Manager Jones. Room 52.
On call.

Religious Interests — Messrs. Parker, Neely, Marriott, Craw-
ford, Mrs. Brown, Mr. Robbins. Room 58. On call.

Rooms — Messrs. Sumner, Churchill, Frampton. Room 14,
On call.



"In conjunction with a committee of the Boai-d of Trustees



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Rules — Messrs. Russell, Churchill, Frampton, Miss Berry.
Room 3. On call.

Student Aid and Labor — Mr. White, Miss Berry, Messrs. Mat-
lock, Marriott, Mrs. Brown. Room 10. On call.

Summer Scliool — Messrs. Bissell, White, Hilton, Jones.
Room 5. On call.



Office Hours

The President — President's Room, Library.
Room 4, after Chapel.

The Dean— Room 50, Library, 9:20 to 10:20 a. m., daily; other
times by appointment.

The Dean of Women— Sumner Hall, 7:30 to 8:30 a. m., Satur-
day; 11:1.5 a. m. to 12:00 m., daily; 1:00 to 2:00 p. m.,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

The Secretary of the Faculty — Secretary's Office, Room 52,
Library, 8:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:00 to 4:00 p. m., except
Saturday.

The Registrar— Registrar's Office, Holmes Hall, 11:00 to 11:30
a. m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 9:30 to 10:30 a. m.,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The Registrar's Office,
9:00 to 11:30 a. m. and 1:00 to 3:00 p. m., daily.

The General Office Secretary — General Office, Library.

Advisers-
Graduate Students — Professor Lyman, Room 36, 9:30 a. m.,
daily.

Senior Class — Professor Brackett, Room 50, Library, 9:20
to 10:20 a. m., daily; other times by appointment.
Junior Class — Assistant Professor Matlock, Room 9, 2:00
p. m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Sophomore Class— Professor Sumner, Room 14, 9:30 to
10:30 a. m., Monday; 11:15 a. m. to 12:00 m., Wednesday;
7:30 to 8:30 a. m., Friday and Saturday.
Freshman Class — Assistant Professor Robbins, Room 4,
8:30 to 9:30 a. m., daily except Thursday; 11:15 a. m. to
12:00 m., daily.



ANNUAL DIRECTORY

Organizations

With Place and Time of Meeting

POMONA COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Board of Directors
President — George S. Sumner, '94
Vice-President — Laura C. Squire, '06
Secretary — Alfred O. Woodford, '13
Treasurer — Lynn S. Birdsall, '10

Arthur M. Dole, '96

Llewellyn Bixby, '01

William B. Himrod, '08

Board of Overseers
(Term expires 1916) (Term expires 1917)

David P. Barrows, '94 Thomas T. Giffen, '06

Wm. N. Beach, '01 Merton E. Hill, '08

Frank R. Seaver, '05 Arthur J. McFadden, '01

Carl H. Parker. '05 Edwin M. Harwood, '98

Mary S. Roof, '12 Alice M. Parker, '01

(Term expires 1918)
Oliver H. Duvall, '95
George S. Hinckley, '03
Ralph J. Reed, '05
Alfred C. Reed, '06
Lois A. Lockwood, '08

THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS
The Chapel, On Call
President — Allen F. Hawley, '16

Vice-President — Helen A. Lane, '16 ,

Secretary — Paul M. Dowling, '17
Student Manager— J D Mehl, '16
Advisory Manager — E. E. Jones, '09
Athletic Representative — Allison B. Given, '17
Oratorical Representative — Clarence S. Gillett, '16

POMONA COLLEGE MEN'S ORGANIZATION
The Chapel or Y. M. C. A. Room, On Call
President— Harold J. Burt, '16
Vice-President — Bernhardt L. Bergstrom, '17
Secretary — Harold D. Brown, "17
Treasurer — Edmond P. Stone, '18



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POMONA COLLEGE WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION
On Call

President — Juliet Dixon, '16
"Vice-President — Helen H. Sturges, '17
Secretary — Edith Kingman, '18
Treasurer — Marjorie L. McKillop, '18
Athletic Representative — Mabel Mansur, '17

SMILEY HALL HOUSE COMMITTEE
The Living Room, On Call

President — Frederick W. Davies, '16
Vice-President — John L. McFadden, '16
Secretary— Alfred W. Dodge, '16
Manager — ^John Dick Young, '17

SUMNER HALL HOUSE COMMITTEE
On Call

President — Catherine Smiley, '16

Vice-President — Mabel Harbour, '18

Secretary — Dorothy Daniels, '17

Treasurer — Evadne Miller, '17

Fire Captain — Charlotte Shoemaker, '16

Junior Representatives — Monda Taylor, '17; Mrs. Vreden-

burgh, '17
Freshman Representative — Ruth Walton, '19

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Society Room, Tuesday, 10:30 a. m.
President — David Sturges, '16
Vice-President — Clarence Hield, '16
Secretary — Raymond M. Elliott, '17
Treasurer — James D. Weinland, '17
Assistant Treasurer — J D Mehl, '16

YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Recreation Hall, Tuesday, 10:30 a. m.

President — Frances Yeomans, '16
Vice-President — Margaret Cate, '17
Secretary — Helen L. Cowles, '18
Treasurer — Helen Sturges, "17



ANNUAL DIRECTORY

POMONA COLLEGE LITERARY SOCIETY
Society Room, First and Third Fridays
President— J D Mehl, '16
Vice-President — Ora Smith, '17
Secretary — Allison Given, '17
Treasurer — George G. Kirkpatrick, '16
Critic— Eddy Orcutt, '17

POMONA COLLEGE DEBATING CLUB
Alternate Wednesdays, 7:15 p. m.
President— Paul C. Blaisdell, '16
Vice-President— Clarence S. Gillett, '16
Secretary-Treasurer — Horace W. Cutler, '18
Judge — Jesse L. Cobb, '16
Assistant Judge — Bruce M. Wallace, '18

ALPHA KAPPA
Room 4, Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 p. m.
President — Delia Sloane, '16
Vice-President — Helen F. Haury, '17
Treasurer — Florence M. Wilson, '17
Secretary — Ella R. Hopkins, '16
Sergeant-at-Arms— Ruth Utt, '18
Critics — Gretchen V. Smith, '16; Dorothy Neely, '17

LYCEUM
Society Room, Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 p. m.
President — Leon L. Gardner, '16
Vice-President — Paul M. Dowling, '17
Secretary-Treasurer — Ray Adkinson, '18
Critic— Eddy Orcutt, '17

AREOPAGUS
President — George G. Kirkpatrick, '17
Vice-President — Carroll M. Powers, '18
Secretary-Treasurer — Arthur F. White, '16
Sergeant-at-Arms — Fred A. Cox, '16

DELTA LAMBDA
President — Margaret Young, '16
Vice-President — Mabel Day, '17
Secretary-Treasurer — Mabel Allen, '18
Sergeant-at-Arms — Helen King, '18



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LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
First and Third Tuesdays, 8:00 p. m.
President — Hazen G. Chamberlin, '16
Vice-President — Helen F. Haury, '17
Secretary — Mae M. Freeman, '16

EL CIRCULO ESPANOL
Second and Fourth Tuesdays, 7:45 p. m
President — Allen S. Grover, '18
Vice-President — Marjorie B. Woodford, '16
Secretary-Treasurer — Mary Alice Sharps, '16

POMONA COLLEGE GLEE CLUB
The Chapel, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:30 p. m.
President — Leon L. Gardner, '16
Manager— Paul C. Blaisdell, '16

Assistant Manager and Secretary — Bruce A. Findlay, '17
Director — Professor Fred A. Bacon

GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Bridges Hall of Music, Monday, 8:00 p. m.
Director— Professor W. E. Hartley
Acting Manager — Florence Dodge, '17

POMONA COLLEGE BAND
Gymnasium
President — Boyd King, '16
Manager — Lewis C. Plush, '17

POMONA COLLEGE MASQUERS
Director — W. L. Stanton
Assistant Director — Allen Hawley, '16
Secretary — Ruth Frantz, '16
Business Manager — Jesse L. Cobb, '16
Stage Manager — Paul A. Lichti, '16
Property Manager — Edward Gushee, '17

CHORAL UNION
Director — Professor F. A. Bacon
President — David Sturges, '16
Vice-President — Sydney McClees, '17
Secretary — Edith Kingman, '18

Treasurer and Business Manager — Walter E. Stafford, '17
Librarian — William L. Fletcher, '18



ANNUAL, DIRECTORY 21

STUDENT LIFE BOARD
Student Life Office, Holmes Hall
Editor-in-Chief— Katherine V. Sinks, '16
Editor — Allison B. Given, '17
Editor— Paul E. Webb, '17
News Editor — Florence M. Dodge, '17
News Editor — Ora Smith, '17
Business Manager — George G. Kirkpatrick, '16
Assistant Business Manager — Albert N. Dangerfield, '17
Circulation Manager — Jesse L. Cobb, '16

THE REMBRANDT CLUB
Rembrandt Hall, Third Thursdays, 3:00 p. m.
President — Mrs. M. Abernethy
Vice-President — Mrs. H. T. Jenkins
Secretary — Miss Helen Wing
Treasurer — Mrs. C. S. Vaile

THE ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY
Rembrandt Hall, Second Thursdays, 8:15 p. m.
President — Professor F. P. Brackett
Vice-President — Dr. C. C. Kiess
Secretary-Treasurer — Alfred W. Dodge, '16

Directors — Hazel McClees, '17; Helen Lane, '16, and the above
officers

THE BIOLOGICAL SEMINAR

Pearsons Hall, Monday, 4:00 p. m.

Directors— Professor W. H. Hilton, Professor D. L. Crawford

THE SCIENCE CLUB
Composed of the Astronomical Society, the Biological Sem-
inar, and the Society of Pure and Applied Mathematics, and
meeting in alteration, bi-monthly, at the times set for those
organizations.

President— Dr. E. P. Bartlett
Secretary-Treasurer — Anna Martin, '16

THE LITERATURE SEMINAR
Rembrandt Hall, First Thursdays, 8:15 p. m.
Director — Professor M. B. Jones



22 POMONA COLLEGE

THE SENIOR CLASS (1916)
President — G. Emmett Raitt
Vice-President — Gretchen Smith
Secretary — Delia Sloan
Treasurer — Clarence S. Gillett
Auditor— Alfred W. Dodge
Yell Leader — C. N. Thompson

THE SOPHOMORE CLASS (1918)
President — Edmund Stone
Vice-President— Ruth E. Utt
Secretary — Margaret Jones
Treasurer — Donald Clark
Assistant Treasurer — Margaret Roy
Auditor — Helen Cowles
Sergeant-at-Arms — Doris Carver
Yell Leader— Elwyn Welch

THE FRESHMAN CLASS (1919)
President — ^Ray Iredell
Vice-President — Marie Harris
Secretary — Marvin Morrison
Treasurer — Allen Blaisdell



ANNUAL DIRECTORY



Students

FELLOWS

Flint, Francis C. Long Beach 119 College Ave.

B. 8., Pomona College
Fellow in Chemistry

Moles, Margaret L. Claremont 13U W. Seventh SL

B. A.. Pomona College

Felloio in Zoology

Smith, Helen W. Claremont 122 E. Seventh St.

B. A., Pomona College

Fellow in Music

GRADUATE STUDENTS

Brown, Edith I. Claremont 1279 Harvard Ave.

B. A., Smith College

Burden, Roberta K. Claremont Seventh St.

and Columbia Ave.
B. A.. Pomona College

Clary, William" W. Los Angeles Los Angeles


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