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Education: Elmira Coll.; spl. student at Rad-

Degrees: A.B., Elmira Coll.
Married: Laurence Ilsley Hewes, June 27,
1901; ch. : Laurence Ilsley, Mary Calhoun,
John Alden, David Danforth, and Calhoun

Publications: A Boy of the Lost Crusade,
1912; Swords on the Sea, 1928; Spice and the
Devil's Cave, 1930; Glory of the Seas, 1933;
The Codfish Musket, 1936; The Golden Sleeve,
1937; The Sword of Roland Arnot, 1939; The
Iron Doctor, 1941. Has also contributed sliort
stories and poems to mags. ; awarded first
mention in Honor Books selected by the New
York Herald-Tribune for children's books
published between Jan. 1, and June 1, 1939.
Home Address: 114 Edgewood Ave., San
Francisco, Calif.

HICKOK. Major Clifton Ewing,

U.S.Army Res., B.S.

Senior Engineer, National Resources Plan-
ning Board.

Born: St. Joseph (Mo.), Dec. 23, 1880; s. of
Sarah (Bacon) and Clarence G. Hickok.

Education: Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Calif., 1908.
Married: Adelaide V., d. of Sophronia (El-
liott) and William B. Cutler, San Francisco,
Calif., April 4, 1912; ch. ; Beverly.
Prof. Record: General Civil Engineering prac-
tice, including the following: City Engineer,

Alameda (Calif.), 1917-21; City Manager,
same, 1921-31; Assistant State Dir., PWA,
San Francisco, 19.33-37; now. Senior Engineer,
Nat. Resources Planning Bd.
Army Record: Captain of Engineers, U.S.
Army, World War I; Major of Engineers,
U.S. Reserve Army, 1919-39.
Memberships: American Soc. of Civil En-

Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Golf, gardening.
Bits. Address: (temporary) 220 Federal Court-
house, Portland, Oregon.
Ho7ne Address: 30 Alta Rd., Berkeley, Calif.'

HICKS. Charles Henry. A.B., M.A.,

Research Associate, Univ. of Calif., Los An-

Born: Marysville (Ohio), Aug. 17, 1899; s. of
Clara Belle (Carnes) and Charles H. Hicks.
Education: Ohio Wesleyan; Univ. of Wis.;
Univ. of Colo.; Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B., U. of Wis., 1924; M.A, 1927,
Ph.D., 19.35, U. of Colo.

Married: Ruth, d. of Michael Nowak, LaCrosse
(Wis.); ch. : Pamela Ruth.
Prof. Record: Research Worker; Teacher;
Newspaperman; Writer; Editor; Research
Assistant, Univ. of Wis.; Instr., Univ. of
Colo.; Asso., Research Univ. of Calif. (L.A.).
Publications: Some 50 scientific articles in
leading journals, poems, newspaper feature
Arcadian Echoes; The Fight of the Blue
Huntress (book in press).
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi.
Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Almost all out-of-door sports.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, W. Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 1816 So. Olive., Burbank,
Other Address: Box 12, Burbank, Calif. *

HICKSON. Alonzo Loyd. A.B., LL.B.

Lawyer, Nichols, Cooper, and Hickson.
Born: Rosston (Ind.), May 27, 1883; s. of
Mary M. (McCann) and Charles Wesley Hick-

Education: Lebanon High School (Ind.) and
Indiana Univ.

Degrees: A.B., 1907, LL.B., 1912, Ind. U.
Married: Chloe E., d. of James A. Sims, Sher-
idan (Ind.), April 19, 1908; ch. ; Mary Anne
Hickson Munger, Robert Sims.
Prof. Record: Principal, Sheridan High School,
1907-08; Bureau of Education, Philippine
Islands, 1908-10; Teaching Fellowship, Pub-
lic Speaking and Debating, Indiana U., 1911-
12; Teacher of Debating, Pomona High Sch.
(Calif.), 1912-14; law practice, Nichols,
Cooper & Hickson, 1914 — .
DirectorsTiips : Home Builders Loan Assn.;
Holt Avenue Investment Co.; Casa Colina
Convalescent Home for Crippled Children;
Pres Pomona YMCA; Bd. of Trustees, Trin-
ity Methodist Church; Bd. S.W. Areas YMCA.
Memberships: Past Master, Compass Masonic



Ld.iKo: I' rivs., Klwanls Club; So. Calif.

Philippine Soc; Gamma Eta Gamma.

Relifiion: Methodist.

PolilicH: Republican.

Bus. Address: First National Hldg., I'omona,


Homo Address: 844 Hillcrest Dr., Pomona,


HIGGINS, Katharine Banfield

K.\oculi\i' Socretary, Pl.i/..i Community Center
Religious and Social Welfare Institution.
Born: Hilston (Staffordshire, Ehr. t ; d. of
Catherine (Banfield) and Joseph Higgins.
Education: Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Chicago,
and Los Angeles pub. schs.: bus. coll.
Prof. Record; Secy., Ames Shovel and Tool
Co., Ehvood (Ind.); Organizer, boys' and
girls' clubs; one of the Founders of the Plaza
Community Center and the Goodwill Indus-
tries of So. Calif, in 1916, and The Plaza
Community Center Children's Home in 1922
(all religious and philanthropic instns.); as-
sisted in Span.-Amer. Inst., Gardena (Calif.);
Asso. Teacher, Religious Dept., Univ. of So.
Caiif., 1920-21; Dean of Women for high sch.
and coll. girls in summer insts.

Directorships: Plaza Community Center Chil-
dren's Home.

Publications: Writes occasionally for Plaza
Community Center Plasagram and church

Memberships: "Bethany" Club.
Religion: Protestant (Methodist).
Recreations: Music.

Bus. Address: 125 Marchessault St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 6423 Garvanza St., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

HILBORN. Walter Stern. A.B., LL.B.

Lawyer, Partner in Law Firm of Loeb and

Born: Boston (Mass.), Sept. 11, 1879; s. of
Matilda (Stem) and Jacob Hllborn.
Education : Boston English High School ; Har-
vard Coll.; Harvard Law Sch.

Degrees: A.B., 1901, jnagna cum, laude,
LL.B., 1903, cam laude, Harvard.
Married: Aimee, d. of Rebecca (Peavy) and
Marl< Gallert, Waterville (Maine), Jan. 1,

Prof. Record: Admitted to practice in Mass.,
Aug., 1903; practiced for two years in the
office of Louis D. Brandeis (Boston) ; in
New York until 1929 (a partner in the firm
of Gallert, Hilborn and Raphael) ; asso. with
Loeb and Loeb (L.A.) since 1933; now a
partner in Loeb and Loeo; has been Acting
Dir. of the Remedial Loans of the Russell
Sage Foundation; Deputy Asst. District At-
torney (N.Y. Co.); Deputy Attorney General
of the State of N.Y. (spec); Special Asst. to
the Attorney General of the United States.
Directorships: Secty-Treas. and Trustee of
the Federation of Jewish Welfare Organiza-
tions and Trustee of the Jewish Community
Council of Los Angeles.

Publications: Small Loan Laws (wdth Gal-
lert, Hilborn and May).

Memberships: Hillcrest Country Club; Har-
vard Club of So. Calif. ; Phi Beta Kappa.
Religioji : Jewish.
Politics: Republican.
Recreation: CJolf.

Bun. Addnsn: (ilO Pacific Mutual lJld«., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 716 No. Alpine Dr., Beverly
Hill.s, Calif.

HILDEBRAND. Professor Joel Henry.

B.S., Ph.D., ScD.

Professor of Chemistry and Dean, College

Letters and Science, Univ. of Calif.

Born: Camden (N.J.), Nov. 16. 1881; s. of

Sarah R. (Swartz) and Howard Ovid Hilde-


Education: Univ. of Pennsylvania.

Degrees: B.S., 1903; Ph.D., 1906; Sc.D.

(hon.), Univ. of Pa., 19.39.

Married: Emily J., d. of E. P. Alexander,

Philadelphia (Pa.), Dec. 17, 1908; ch. : Louise,

Alexander, Milton, and Roger Henry.

Prof. Record: Instr. in Chemistry, Univ. of

Pa., 1907-13; Asst. Prof., Asso. Prof., Prof.

of Chem. and Dean, Coll. Letters and Science,

Univ. of Calif.

Publications: Principles of Chemistry; Solu-
bility; Ref. Bk. of Inorganic Chem. (with
W. M. Latimer); Camp Catering (with Louise
D.); about 100 scientific and miscel, articles.
Army Record: Commd. Capt., Ord. R.C.,
Nov., 1917; Major, Chem. Warfare Service,
June, 1918; Lt. Col., Nov. 8, 1918; Hon.
Disch., Dec. 28, 1918; Commandant of Hanlon
Field, C.W.S., A.E.F.

Awards: Distinguished Service Medal; Wm.
H. Nichols Medal.

Memberships: Nat. Acad. Sci., Amer. Chem.
Soc, Fellow Amer. Phys. Soc, Amer. Asso.
Adv. Sci. (Past Pres. Pac Div.); Faculty,
Commonwealth, and Sierra (Pres. 1937-40)
Clubs; Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi.
Politics: Independent.

Recreations: Skiing (Mgr.. U.S. Olympic Ski
Team, 1936) ; mountaineering, and swimming.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

HILER. Hilaire


Born: St. Paul (Minn.), 1898; s. of Kathryn
(Hartigan) and Meyer Hiler.
Education: Univ. of Pa.; Sorbonne (Univ. of
Paris) .

Prof. Record: Has shown paintings in Paris,
Salon des Independants, Salon d'automne;
one-man e.xhibits in Paris. London, New York,
San Francisco; decorated cafes, etc.. Jockey,
Jungle, Grand Due (Paris) ; in America,
Millers (N.Y.), Hotel Lafayette (N.Y.),
game room, Maryland Club Gardens (Md.),
Vignes de France (formerly. Park Ave. Club
N.Y.), Aquatic Park Casino (S.F.), "Atelier
Hilaire Hiler" (Paris); Paintings sold to:
Rockefeller Coll., Stephen C. Clarke, Walter
P. Chrysler, Jr., J. D. Garrett, Mrs. Paul
Wiener (nee Morgenthau), Mus. Modern Art
(N.Y.), and Palace of Legion of Honor (S.F.).
Publications: Slapstick & Dumbell (Lecram,
Paris), 1927; Catalogue of Hiler Costume Li-
brary (Lecram, Paris), 1929; From Nudity to
Raiment (Wehye, N.Y.), 1930; Notes on the
Technique of Painfing, N.Y. (Oxford Univ.
Press), London (Faber & Faber), 1930;
Artsist & Students Hand-book, London (Faber
& Faber), 1935, N.Y. (Harcourt Brace), 1938;
A Bibliography of Costume, with Mever Hiler,
N.Y. (W. Wilson & Co.), 1939; Hiler Color
Chart, S.F. (Velvetone), 1938.



Memberships: Academic Labrine; Soc. Acad.
Int. d'Histoire; Authors, Playwrights & Com-
posers of G.B.; Int. Ins. Bib. of Brussels
(Belgium); Nat. Soc. Mural Painters; Pamt-
ers, Sculptors & Gravers.

Bits, and Home Address: Alta Loma Drive,
Hollywood, Calif.

HILL, Edward Coke. B.S., B.L.

Born: McMinnville (Ore.), Jan. 18, 1866; s.
of Julia Hall (Chandler) and William Lair

Education: Public schools of Portland and
The Dalles (Ore.); Wasco Independent Acad.;
Univ. of Calif.

Degrees- B.S., Wasco Ind. Acad., 1885; B.L.,
U. of Calif., 1890.

Married: Ella M., d. of Robert George Wil-
son, Ruby (Alaska), July 4, 1920.
Prof. Record: Worked as Proof Reader, Law
Clerk and Manager of a wholesale butcher
CO.: was admitted to the Bar in 1892; prac-
ticed at Seattle in partnership with Judge
Mitchell Gilliam, 1892-95; in Oakland and
San Francisco, until 1899; in Nome (Alaska),
1900-10, except for two years devoted to min-
ing- in Iditerod and Ruby (Alaska), 1911-
22- in S. F., 1923-27. Appointed U.S. Dis-
trict Judge of Third Judicial Div. of Alaska
and served 1927-32; transferred to Fourth
Judicial Div. of Alaska and served there,
1932-35; practiced in S.F., 1936—.
Army Record: Commissioned Second Lieut.,
Calif. Nat. Guard (Univ. of Calif. Battalion).
Memberships : Zeta Psi; Masons; Arctic Broth-
erhood; Artie Club, Commonwealth Club of

Religion: Christian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf, chess.

Bus. Address: Hobart Bldg., San Francisco,

Home Address: 401 — 43rd Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

HILL, (Fred) Raymond Raphael Parsi-
fal Joseph

Organist-Choirmaster and Choral Director.
Born: Mass., Mar. 29, 1905; s. of Ruby Camp-
bell (Green) and Frank William Hill.
Edv cation: Harvard Univ. ; post-grad, work at
New England Cons, of Music; special work at
Eastman Sch. of Music (Rochester, N.Y.),
Munich, and Naples.

Prof. Record: Began career as Concert Pian-
ist; spent one year in China as Prof, of
Theory, Peking Government College; one year
in monastery studying Gregorian Chant;
period of study at Pius X Sch., Liturgical
Music (N.Y.C.) ; Prof, of Plainsong and Poly-
phony, Immaculate Heart Coll. and Mt. St.
Mary's Coll. (L.A.); Conductor Fed. A Cap-
pella Polyphonic Choir, 1940—; Composer of
several unpublished works for orchestra,
chamber music combinations, solo voice, and
chorus; compiler Notes on Plainsong.
Memberships: Phi Mu Alpha Frat.; Amer.
Guild of Organists (former sub dean) ; Har-
vard Club.

Religion: Born Episcopal, now Catholic.
Politics: Democrat-Republican.
Recreations: Reading, phonograph records,
organ specifications.

Home Address: 218 Fairview Ave., So. Pasa-
dena, Calif.

HILL, Professor Herbert Wynford.
B.L., Ph.M., Ph.D.
Professor of English, Univ. of So. Calif.
Born Stanstead (Quebec, Can.), Apr. 14,
1875; s. of Julia (Morrill) and Herbert Gur-
us Hill.

Education: Univ. of Calif.; Univ. of Chicago
(Fellow from 1906 to 1907).
Degrees: B.L., U. of Calif., 1900; Ph.M.,
1904, Ph.D., 1911, U. of Chicago.
Married: Nina Burtis, June 22, 1911.
Prof. Record: Instr. in English, Utah State
Agrl. Coll., 1900-03, U. of Te.x., 1904-06;
Prof, of English and Head of Eng. Dept.,
U. of Nev., 1907-27; Prof, of English, U. of
So. Calif., 1927—, and Univ. Editor, 1928 — .
Publications : Sidney's Arcadia and the Eliza-
bethan Drama, 1909; La Calprenede and the
Restoration Drama, 1911; The Semicentennial
Celebration of the Founding of the University
of Southern California, 1930; Twenty- fifth
Anniversary of the Inauguration of Graduate
Studies at the University of Southern Cali-
fornia, 1935.

Memberships: Modern Lang. Assn. of Amer.;
Philol. Assn. of Pacific Coast; Phi Kappa
Phi, Psi Upsilon; Faculty Club, Mason.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Southern California,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 38O6I/2 W. Adams Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

HILL, The Reverend John Gadfrey,
A.B., M.A., D.D., S.T.B., Ph.D.
Educator; Professor of Biblical Literature,
School of Religion, UnlV. of So. Calif.
Born: Filipstod (Sweden), 1870; s. of Caro-
lina (Nyberg) and August Stinius Hill.
Education: Cornell College; Boston Univ.;
Harvard Univ.; Univ. of Chicago.
Degrees: A.B., M.A., D.D., Cornell; S.T.B.
and Ph.D., Boston Univ.

Married: (1) Ellen Clara, d. of John Meyer,
Glenwood (Iowa), 1889; ch.: Gladys H.
Adams. (2) June 12, 1941, Jessie Elder
Wright (Personality Councillor and Writer),
Baltimore (Maryland), d. of Dr. Thomas
Marion Elder, Sherman (Texas).
Prof Record: Farmer; stockraiser; real es-
tate broker; Methodist Minister; Prof, of
Biblical Literature, School of Religion, Univ.
of So. Calif., Los Angeles, at present.
Publications: The Prophets in the Light of
Today; An Everyday Christian; Christianity
for Today; articles in numerous journals.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Theta PM,
Pi Gamma Pi Fraternities; Twenty Club;
California Writers Guild; Western Writers
Club; Methodist Bd. of Ed.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: L. A. Figure Skating Club.
Bits. Address: Univ. of Southern California,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 3600 Fairway Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.
HILL, Raymond Alva. B.C.E., C.E.
Consulting Civil Engineer, Member, Leeds,
Hill, Barnard and Jewett.
Born: Golden (Colo.), Mar. 31, 1892; s. of
Gertrude (Rose) and Louis C. Hill.



KducatKiii : Dclidil UiRh Sell.; Univ. of Mich.
Degrees: li.C.E., 1914, C.K., 1U22, U. of Mich.
Married: Barbara B., d. of Louisa (Kimball)
and A. Bovvdry Balrd, al Kivorside (Calif.),
Apr. 2S, 1917; ch. : I'reslon L.. and I'alricia.
Bus. Record: Knj,'r. A.sst.. U.S. Reclamation
Service (Colo., Ulah, Ariz.), prior to 1917;
Engr., Quinton, Code and Hill, Con.sulling
Engrs. (L.A.), 1919-2(j, Mem. of Kirm, 1926-
;«); Mem., Quinton, Code and Hill-Leeds and
Barnard, Consulting Engrs., 19ao-40; Mem.,
Leeds, Hill, Barnard and Jevvett, 1940 — ;
Mem., Amer. Soc. C.E., Dir., 19:<6-38; Con-
sulting Engr. on irrigation projects, hydro-
graphic investigations, hydroelectric power
projects, municipal water supplies, water
utilization and water rights investigations,
and related economic surveys in U.S. and
Me.\. ; Engring. Adviser, Internal. Boundary
Commn., U.S. Section; State of Tex., Rio
Grande Compact Commn.

Army Service: Lt. Engr., U.S. Army, in U.S.
and France, 1917-19.

Memberships : Univ. Club of L.A.; Town Hall;
Annandale Golf; San Gabriel Country Club;
Kappa Sigma Frat., Tau Beta Pi.
ReUgion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Badminton.

Bus. Address: Edison Bldg., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 2480 Oalc Knoll Ave., San
Marino, Calif.

HILLYER, Rupert James


Born: Valley Junction (Wis.), May 11, 1907;

s. of Laura (Morrison) and Samuel Wesley


Education: Public and high schs., Bend
(Ore.); Univ. of Ore.

Married: Margaret A., d. of Anthony MuUer,
at Yuma (Ariz.), Oct. 9, 1939; ch. : Marie

Prof. Record: Considered child prodigy at 14;
appeared regularly in Ore. Journal.
Directorships : Associated with Story and Pub-
licity Depts., Cinemachrome Corp., Holly-
wood ("Motion Pictures in Color").
Publications: New Era Fiction Syndicate;
stories introducing poetic prose in plotted

Memberships: Pasadena Writers' Forum; Ore-
gon Skyliner's; Rogue Hunting and Fishing

Religion: Unity.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Deep sea fishing, swimming,
and non-fiction reading.

Home Address: 1072 No. Garfield Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif. •

HILP, Harry H.

Contractor, Civil Engineer; Partner, Bar-
rett and Hilp.

Hilp Smith, Marjorie, and Hehry H. III.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.). Aug. 1, 1888;
s. of Emma (Greenberg) and Henry Hilp.
Education: Calif. Sch. of Mechanical Arts;
Univ. of Calif.

Married: Adelaide, d. of Hyman Wollenberg,
in San Francisco, Sept. 3, 1916; ch. : Barbara
Hilp Smith, Marjorie, and Harry H., in.

Hii.H. Record: Mahony Bro.s., Contractor.s,
l!K)6-l(); Barrett and Hilp, since 1913.
DirectorshipH : DIr., San P'ranclHco Chamber
of Commerce and Golden Oite Internal. Expo-
sition; Nat. Dir., Associated General Con-
tractors of Amer.

Membershiim: Lake Merced Golf and Country,
Meadow, Concordia Argonaut, and Engineers

Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: 918 Harrison St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 3212 Jackson St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

HILSBERG, Professor Ignace


Born: Warsaw (Poland), July 8, 1894; s. of
Helen and Edward Hilsberg.
Education: Petersbourg (Russia) Conserva-

Married: Marie, d. of T. Kano in Vitecsk

Prof. Record: At the age of nine, was soloist
witli the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra; the
following year won scholarship at the Petro-
grad Conservatory; on graduation was sum-
moned to play before the Imperial family.
From Petrograd, young Hilsberg moved to
Tomsk (Siberia!, where he was made a Pro-
fessor at the Tomsk Conservatory, and a year
later toured the Orient; was invited to play
before the President in the Palace at Peking,
and was awarded the medal of Chevalier of
the Chinese Republic. Returning to Europe,
the young artist became a close friend of
the world-renowned Emil Sauer, and on the
latter' s suggestion, went to Athens (Greece)
where for t-.vo years he held the chair of
Professorship at the Royal Conservatory,
playing frequently for the King. When he
came to America, he was selected by the
Comm. of the Lewisohn Stadium Concerts to
be Soloist with the New York Philharmonic
Orchestra from hundreds of applicants who
tried for this coveted honor. Prof. Hilsberg
has played before audiences throughout the
U.S., and has appeared as soloist with the
Boston Symphony and Buffalo Symphony Or-
chestras. Member of the faculty, Inst, of
Musical Art of the Juilliard Foundation. In
1934, appeared with great success in Russia.
He is Prof., at Tomsk (Russia) Conservatory,
Athens (Greece) Royal Conservatory and
Juilliard School of Music (N.Y.).
Awards: Laureat of Petersbourg Conserva-
tory. Russia, Greece, and China.
Memberships: Bohemian Club (N.Y.).

Bus. and Home Address: 740 No. Orange
Grove Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.

HILTON, John William

Artist, Writer, Desert Explorer.

Born: Carington (N.D.), Sept. 9, 1904; s. of

Lillie Blanch (Cover) and CJeorge William


Education: Grammar schs. in China. Wash.,
Ore., N. Dak., Neb.; High sch. in Redondo
Beach (Calif.); College in La Verne (Calif.).
Married.' Mildred Eunice, d. of D. H. Grif-
fith, at Inglewood (Calif.), July 19, 1925;
ch. : John Philip, and Mildred Katherine.
Prof. Record: Started present bus. in 1931



on SIO. losins cvorvthing in failure of jewelry
firrn where employed since coll.; took desert
trips for purpose of collecting stock for cuno
store; this led to writing and finally into
painting desert subject matter; started paint-
ing seriously in 1933; entered first juried
show, L.A. Museum, 1936; since, represented
in most western shows and many private col-
lections; annual one-man shows in Desert
Inn Gallery (Palm Springs, Calif.).
Directorships: Owner, Hiltons' Art and Gem
Shop (Thermal, Calif.).

Publications: Ways of the Desert Turtle, An-
cient Wells of the Cahuillas, and The Desert
Tree of Life in Westways; also numerous
monthly articles on gems, minerals and art
in Desert Magazine, and contributions to L.A.

Memberships: Nat. Soc. for Sanity In Art;
Riverside Art and Laguna Beach Art Assns.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Collecting and studying desert
plants, with respect to their adaptation to
arid conditions, color photography and ex-

Bus. Address: Avenue 66, U.S. Highway 99,
Thermal, Calif.
Home Address: P.O., Thermal, Calif. *

HILTON, Professor William Atwood,

B.S., Ph.D.

Professor of Zoology, Pomona College.
Born: Vanneteen (N.Y.), June 27, 1879; s.
of May Alice (Atwood) and Willard M. Hilton,

Education: Waverly High Sch. (N.Y.); Wes-
leyan Univ. (2 yrs.); Cornell Univ. (Ithaca,

Degrees: B.S.. 1899, Ph.D., 1902, Cornell U.
Married: Emily, d. of Dr. Myran Boardman,
Trumansburg (N.Y.), 1912; ch. ; Dorothea
Atwood and Eleanor Boardman.
Prof Record: Grad. Fellow, Asst. and Instr.,
Cornell U.; Exchange Prof., Cornell U., 1923-
24; Instr. and Asst. Prof., U. of Minn.; Asst.
Prof and Prof. Zoology, Pomona Coll.; stud-
ied at Woods Hole Marine Lab. (Mass.);
worked at Marine Lab. (Bermuda Islands),
under Dr. E. L. Mark of Harvard; taught
for more than 25 yrs. at Marine Lab. (Laguna
Beach, Calif.) ; traveled extensively In Europe,
Australia, Africa, etc., studying animals in
the field and field stations.
Directorships: Dir., Laguna Marine Lab.;
Editor, Journal of Entomology and Zoology;
Head, Dept. of Zoology, Pomona Coll.
Publications: About 200 articles on zoological
subjects in various domestic and foreign pub-
lications, as well as books, outline of Ge.
Biology and Nervous System and Sense

Memberships: Honorary: Sigma Xi, Phi Beta
Kappa, Gama Alpha; Undergraduate, Chi Psi,
Kappa Theta Epsilon (local).
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Archeology, anthropology and

Bus. Address: Crookshank Hall, Claremont,

Home Address: 1263 Dartmouth Ave., Clare-
mont, Calif.; Summer: 420 Linden, Laguna
Beach, Call".

HINCHMAN. Fred Kimpton. A.B.
Supervisor of Extension, Southwest Museum,
Los Angeles.

Born: Dunlap (Morris County, Kan.), Oct.
20, 18S8; s. of Cora Ethel (Kimpton) and
Andrew \V. Hincnman.
Education: Univ. of Colorado (Boulder).
Degrees: A.B., U. of Colo.
Prof. Record: Taught in high .schools of Kan.
until 1928; since then, has worked for the
Southwest Museum, where he handles the
outside educational work. During 1940, lec-
tured to more than 64,000 children in the pub-
lic scTiools of Los Angeles Co.
Army Service: Field Hospital, Company A.
M.O.T.C. (Fort Riley, Kan.); Medical De-
tachment (Camp Logan, Houston, Tex.).
Memberships: Mu Alpha Nu.
Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Travel; Hobbies: Indian textiles
and Indian hand-hammer silver jewelry.
Bus. Address: Southwest Museum, Highland
Park, Los Angeles, Calif.

HINDIN, Professor Maurice Jacob, B.A., LL.B., LL.D.
Lawyer; Partner, Silverman and Hindin; Pro-
fessor of Law, Los Angeles University.
Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), 1910; s. of Ida
(Fisch) and Theodore J. Hindin.
Education: Public schs. (L.A.); L.A. High
Sch.; Univ. So. Calif.

Degrees: B.S. in B.A., 1933, LL^B 1935.
U.S.C; LL.D. (hon.), Calif. Asso. Coll., 1939
Married: Dorothy, d. of Arthur Sweet, at Salt
Lake City (Utah), 1938.

Prof. Record: Mem., L.A. Bar, Calif. State
Bar, and Amer. Bar Assns.; Chmn., Legal Aid
Com, L.A. Bar Assn., 1936-37; Calif. State
Chmn , Public Information Program, Amer.
Bar Assn., 1939-40; Vice-Pres., Junior Bar-
risters, L.A. Bar Assn., 1939; Prof, of Law,
Calif. Asso. Colleges, 1935—; actively engaged
in gen practice of law since 1935; Special
Examiner, State Bar of Calif., 1940; Partner,
Silverman and Hindin.

Directorships: Exec. Council, Barristers, L.A.
Bar Assn., 1936-40; State Membership Chair-
man, American Bar Assn., 1941.
Publications: Law Review Articles, Southern
California Law Review, 1934-35.
Memberships: Lambda Gamma Phi (Pa^t-

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