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Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf ami hunting.
Bris. Address: 803 J St., Sacramento, Calif.
Home Address: 3401 E. Curtis Dr.. Sacra-
mento, Calil'.

HULS, Harold Phillips. Ph.B., J.D.

Lawyer, City Attorney of Pasadena.
Born: Terre Haute (Ind.), June 30, 1895;
s. of Gertrude C. (Phillips) and Albert Carey

Education: Public Schools (Chicago); Grad-
uated from Univ. of Chicago, 1917, Law,

Degrees: Ph.B., 1917, Univ. of Chicago; J.D.,
1921, Univ. of Chicago Law School.
Married: Muriel Rose, d. of Anna M. Hob-
day, Pasadena (Calif.), Aug. 17, 1935.
Prof Record: Admitted to Calif. Bar, Mar.
13, 1922; admitted in 111., Oct. 11, 1923; ad-
mitted to U.S. District Court, So. District of
Calif July 10, 1922; admitted to U.S. Cir-
cuit Court 9th Circuit, April 25, 1932; ad-
mitted to U.S. Supreme Court, Nov. 17, 1936;
Deputy County Counsel, Los Angeles County,
Aug 1927 to Jan. 1928; Deputy City Attor-
ney, City of Pasadena, Jan., 1928 to May,
1929; City Attorney, City of Pasadena, May,

1999 Past-Pres., City Attorneys' Assn.,

So Calif.; Past-Pres., Univ. of Chicago Al-
umni Assn., So. Calif.; Trustee, Natl. Inst.
Municipal Law Officers (3 terms); Past-
Pres.. City Attorneys' Section, League of
California Cities.

Directorships: Dir., Atlas Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. of Pasadena; Past Dir. and Vice-
Pres., Calif. Safety Council; Dir. League of
Calif. Cities.

Publications: Contributor of notes and ar-
ticles to legal publications.
Army Record: 1st. Officers Training Camp,
Ft. Sheridan (111.), May to Aug. 1917;
Enlisted Natl. Army as Private at Ft.
Sheridan (111.), Aug. 1917; Sergeant and
1st Sergeant Co. A., 342nd Inf. N.A., Camp
Grant, Rockford (111.), Sept. 1917 to June,
1918; Commissioned 2nd Lieut., Infantry
N A , June, 1918; transferred to 4th Develop-
ment Battalion, 87th Div. N.A., Camp Pike,
Little Rock (Ark.); Commissioned 1st Lieut.
Inf. N.A., Oct. 1918; honorably discharged
Mar. 1919.

Memberships: Phi Delta Phi, Kappa Sigma,
District Grand Master District XXIII; Pasa-
dena Republican; Amer. Legion, Pasadena
Post No 13; So. Calif. No. 278, Masonic
Lodge Los Angeles. 32° Scottish Rite (Pas-
adena), Almalikah Shrine, Pasadena Shrine,
Peace Officers Shrine; Univ. Club of Pasa-
dena; Pasadena Optimist; Lake Arrowhead
Yacht Club (Staff Commodore).
Religion: Protestant, Christian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Gymnastics and motor boating.
Bus. Address: City Hall, Pasadena, Calif.
Home Address: 44 San Miguel Rd., Pasa-
dena, Calif.


Rancher; Owner, Ben Hulse Tractor and
Equipment Company.

Born: Prairie Grove (Ark.), Sept. 24, 1894;
s. of Drusillia (Delano) and John R. Hulse.

Education: Several schools in various local-

Married: Laura A., d. of W. Reeder, Calex-
ico (Calif.), May 19, 1900.
Bus Record: Machinery and ranching in
west, since 1908; served 3 terms. Imperial
County Board of Supervisors; 4 years in State
Senate from Imperial County (39th Sen-
atorial Dist.)

Directorships: Ben Hulse Tractor and Equip-
ment Co.

Meviberships: Masonic and Elks Lodges.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 1414 W. Main St., El Centre,
Home Address: El Centro, Calif. *

HUME. Harry Harlan

City Manager, City of Chico.
Born: Cohasset (Butte Co., Calif.). Sept
16, 1886; s. of Mary Jane (Humphrey) and
Ira Hume.

Edrication: Butte County Grade School; Chico
High School; Calif. College; Univ. of So.
Calif, (short course in Pub. Adm.)
Married: Adelaide Edna, d. of Susan Helen
(Arnet) and Manesseh D. W. Baker, Oberlin
(Ohio), Feb. 28, 1896; ch.: Ira Merryman,
Jane Louise, Harlan Baker.
Business Record: Civil Engineering, So Pa-
cific Railroad, Western Pacific Railway,
Oregon Short Line Railroad, Sacramento
Northern Railway; Constr. Supt., Lynch-Can-
non Engrg. Co. (Salt Lake City), Twenty-
third U.S. Engrs.. 1917-19; Bridge Contract-
or, 1919-20; County Engr., Butte Co (Calif. »,
1920-29; City Manager, Chico (Calif.), 1929-

Army Record: Enlisted in Co. D, Twenty-
third U. S. Engrs., Oct., 1917; trained in
Virginia and Maryland; to France, April,
1918- served in Defensive Sector near Toul
with Twenty-third Engrs. on highways; served
in St Mehiel offensive with Twenty-second
Engrs. on light railways, Meuse-Argonne of-
fensive with Twenty-third Engrs. on high-
ways; returned to U.S. and discharged, June,

Memberships: Chico Lodge F.&A.M.; Joseph-
ine Chapter O.E.S.; Chico Chapter R.A.M.;
Modern Woodmen of Amer.; Chico Post No.
17. Amer. Legion.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Non-partisan.

Recreations: Deer and pheasant hunting,
trout fishing, camping and auto travel.
Bus. Address: City Hall, Chico, Calif.
Home Address: 1164 Magnolia Ave., Chico,

Other Address: Box 879 (City Hall), Chico^
HUME, The Reverend Theodore Cars-
well, A.B., M.A., B.D.
Minister, Claremont Congregational Church.
Born: Miraj (India), July 10, 1904; s. of
Lotta (Carswell) and Edward Hicks Hume.
Education: Hill School (Pottstown, Pa.),
1918-21; Yale College, 1925; Sorbonne (Par-
is) 1925-26; New College, Oxford, 1926-29,
Union Theol. Sem. (N.Y.), 1929-30.
Degrees: A.B., Yale College, 1925; MA.,
O.xford (England), 1931; B.D., Union Theo-
logical Seminary (N.Y.), 1930.
Married: Gertrude, d. of Elbert Francis Bald-



wm. O.Nloid (IsiiKlfind I. .luru- 'J'J, 1!IL!!); eh.:
Jean StorlinK (Mar. 25, UJliO), Krances liakJ-
wln (May 7, liKfJ), Klwanl Chalmers (May
IS, 1<«6), Marian Alison (Auk. 1«. liW8>,
Martha Washburn (June Z5, 1'>1(J).
PnV. Record: Ordained, Dec. 1, 1930; Min-
ister, Summerdale C'Dnnreyalional Church
(ChicaRo), HKiO-.-il,'; Minister, New England
Congregational Church (Chicago i, 1932-40;
Minister, Claremont Congregational Church
(Claremont, Calif.), 1940—.
Directorships: Vice-Pres., Amer. Boar(i of
Commissioners for Foreign Missions (Boston).
Publications: American translation: Pierre
Renouvin, The immediate Origins of the
War (Yale Univ. Press), 1927.
Membc) ships: Phi Beta Kappa, Psi Upsilon,
Delta Sigma Rho; Elihu (New Haven), Chi-
cago Literary Club.

Religion: Congregational.

Recreations: Tennis and hiking.

Bits. Address: 233 W. 5th St., Claremont,


Home Address: 441 Harvard Ave., Clare-
mont. Calif. •

HUMM, Doncaster G(eorge). A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.

Owner and Manager, Personnel Service and
Psychological Service.

Born: Pun.xsutawney (Pa.), May 21, 1887; s.
ot Mary Emma (Doncaster) and George C.

Education: Bucknell Univ.; Univ. of So.

Married: Kathryn, d. of Bertha and Robert
C. Avery, Carson City (Nevada), July 30,

Prof. Record: Teacher and Prin., Public
Schools, 1909-32; Psychologist Los Angeles
Diagnostic Clinic, 1929-33; Consulting Psy-
chologist, So. Counties Gas Co. (Los An-
geles), 1930-32; Clinical Psychologist, White
Memorial Clinic (Los Angeles), 1929-36;
Clinical Psychologist, Calif. Babies' Hospital
(Los Angeles), 1933-36; Personnel Dir., Per-
sonnel Commission, Los Angeles Schools,
1937-38; Industrial Psychologist, Owner
Humm Personnel Service (Commercial Ex-
change Bldg., Los Angeles), 1939 — .
Publications: The Coefficient of Rank (Jour.
Ed. Psychol.), May, 1933; Mental Disorders
in Siblings (Amer. Jour. Psychiat.), Sept.
1932; Problems in Measuring Men (Indust.
Medicine), June, 1935; Humm Wadsworth
Temperment Scale (Amer. Journal. Psychiat.),
July, 1935.

Memberships: Sigma Chi, Psi Chi (Psycho-
logical Fraternity), Phi Delta Kappa (Educ),
Phi Beta Kappa (Honorary) ; Amer. Psy-
chological Assn.; National Inst, of Industrial
Psychology (British) ; Amer. Mathematical
Society; Psychometric Society; Corsair Yacht

Recreations: Yachting, camping.
Bits. Address: 1203 Commercial Exchange
Bldg., 416 W. Eighth St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 1215 Third Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

HUMMEL, Edward John, A.B., M.A.
Deputy Superintendent of SchcDols, Beverly

Born: Orange (Calif.), Dec 26, 1890; s. of
Emma (Degen) and Phillip J. Hummel.

hUlurnlion: Univ. of S<j. Calif.; Columbia
Univ.; Univ. of Calif.

Degreen: A.U., Univ. of So. Calif., 1913; M.A.
Columbia Univ., 1914.

Married: Hazel M, d. of Alice (Lord) and
Harry O. Landers, Los Angeles (Calif.),
Juno 24, 1914; oh.: Dorothy, Robert, Ed-
ward, Jr.

Prof. Record: Supervl.sor and Teacher, Santa
Barbara City .Schools, 1914-17; Teacher,
Whitlier Union High .School, 1917-19: Auto-
mobile business (Fullerton and Whiltier, Cal-
if.), 1919-21; Teacher, High Schfxjl and
Junior College (.Santa Ana, Calif.), 1921-
25; Supt. of Schools (Beverly Hills, Calif.),
1925-1939; Deputy Superintendent, .same,
19.39 — . Past-Pres., Los Angeles County Ad-
ministrators and Supervisors Assn.; Past-
Mem., Council of Education, C.T.A.; Life
Mem. N.E.A., Amer. Assn of School Ad-

Publications: Articles on School Administra-
tion in educational journals.
Meynberships: Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Kappa;
Mason; Rotary; Assn. of Calif. Public School
Superintendents; Calif. Soc. of Secondary
Education; Public School Business Officials
Assn. ; National Assn. of Public School
Business Officials; Progressive Education As-
sn. ; Soc. for the Advancement of Education.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis.

Bus. Address: 450 No. Crescent Dr., Bev-
erly Hills, Calif.

Home Address: 345 So. Doheny Dr., Beverly
Hills, Calif.

HUMPHREYS. William Penn, Ph.B.,
A.B., LL.B.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Sept. 11, 1871;
s. of Mary Annemede (Stincen) and William
Penn Humphreys.

Education: Univ. of Calif.; Harvard; Hastings
Law School.

Degrees: Ph.B., Univ. of Calif., 1892; A.B.,
Harvard, 1893; LL.B., Hastings Law School,

Married: Paula Zeile, d. of Matilda (Zeile)
and William Wolff, San Francisco (Calif.),
Feb. 22, 1905; ch. : Matilda (Humphreys)

Prof. Record: Practiced law in San Fran-
cisco as a Member of the firms of Hum-
phreys and Morrow, Andros, Hengstler and
Humphreys, and Green, Humphreys and
Green (all former associates have passed
away ) ; is now practicing at San Francisco

Directorships: Trustee, Mechanics Inst.; Dir.,
Meadow Lake Golf; Dir. and Vice-Pres.,
San Francisco Scottish Rite Temple Assn.
Army Record: 1st Lieut., 1st Infantry, Calif.
National Guard; Judge Advocate CJeneral,
Calif. National Guard; Lieut. Col., J.A.G.D.,
Inactive Reserve.

Memberships: Olympic, Fraternity, Masonic;
Phi Gamma Delta.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 593 Market St., San Francisco,

Home Address: 140 San Leajidro Way, San
Francisco, Calif. •



HUNT. Reuben G., A.B., B.L.

Born: San Francisco (CaliO, May 15, 1881;
s. of Alice (Pickle) and Aaron B. Hunt.
Education: Univ. ot Calif.; Univ. of Mich.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Calif., 1902; B.L.,
Univ. of Mich., 1906.

Married- Terese A., d. of Mary A. Raphael,
Alameda (Calif, i, July 18, 1908; eh. : Charles,
Marian (Hunt) Alden, Joseph.
Prof Record: Specialist in bankruptcy prac-
tice '1910-40; Mem. of National Bankruptcy
Conference which drafted the Chandler Act
amendments to the National Bankruptcy
Act- Special Master in the Southern Calif.
Federal Court, 1938-40; Attorney, San Fran-
cisco, 1906-33, Los Angeles, 1933 — .
Publications: Author of various articles upon
Bankruptcy subjects, published in various
legal journals.

Mpmher'ihins ■ B. P. O. Elks, Lodge No. 99
(LOS Angeles); Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Delta

Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: 830 H. W. Hellman Bldg., 354
So. Spring St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 136 So. Plymouth Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

HUNT, Dean Rockwell Dennis, Ph.B.,
M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., Litt.D.
Educator; Professor of Economics, Dean of
Graduate School, and Director of School of
Reseaich, U. of So. California.
Born: Sacramento (Calif.), Feb 3, 1868: s.
of Nancy Ann (Zumwalt) and Dennis Rock-
well Hunt.

Education: Public schools- Napa College
(College of the Pacific, Calif. 1; Calif. School
of Elocution and Oratory (San Francisco);
Johns Hopkins Univ. (Baltimore).
Degrees: Ph.B., 1890, M.A., 1892 Napa Coll-
ese PhD., Johns Hopkins U., 1895; LL.D.,
College of the Pacific, Calif., 1932; Litt.D.,
U. of So. Calif., 1936.

Married: Nancy Seavy (deceased. May 16,
1938) d. of Daniel S. Stuart, Oakdale (Cal-
if ) July 24, 1895; ch.: Paul Adams (Glen -
dale), Lloyd Freeman (Glendale), Rockwell
Dennis, Jr. (deceased), Clarence Stuart
(Long Beach).

Prof. Record: Professor of History and Pol-
itical Sci., Napa College, 1891-93; Prof, of
Hist, and Pol. Science, College of the Pacific,
1895-1902; Principal, San Jose High School,
1902-06; at U. of So. Calif., since 1908 - -.
Prof of Economics, since 1908; Dean of Grad-
uate School, since 1920; Director of School
of Research since 1933. Was Dean of Com-
merce and Bus. Administration, 1921-24;
Lecturer, Stanford U., 1898; Prof, of Eco-
nomics, U. of Calif. (Summer) 1910; Prof,
of History, Pacific Grove, 1900.
Publications: The Genesis of California's
First Constitution, 1895; California the Gold-
en 1910 (and later editions) ; California, An
American Coinmonwealth, 1926; A Short His-
tory of California (with Sanchez) 1929; Cali-
fornia: A Little History of a Big State, 1931;
Ox-Cart to Airplane (with Ament), 1929;
California: The State Everybody Loves, 1935;
The First Half Century, 1930; numerous
articles in periodicals and papers.
Memberships: Honor scholastic societies: Phi
Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi

Delta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu, Beta Gamma
Sigma, Alpha Pi Zeta; "X" Club, "XX" Club
(Los Angeles). Other: Bd. of Governors,
Los Angeles Museum; Amer. Economic Assn.;
Amer. Historical Assn.; Amer. Political Sci.
Assn.; Historical Society of So. Calif.;
Amer. Academy of Political and Social Sci-
ence; Founder Member, Pacific Geographic
Soc; Museum of Natural History (New

Religion: Methodist (Liberal).
Politics: Republican (Liberal, Independent).
Recreations: Walking, California mountains.
Bus. Address: Univ. of So. California, Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 5143 Brynhurst Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

HUNTER, The Reverend Allan Arm-
strong, A.B., M.A.

Pastor, Mt. Hollywood Congregational Church.
Born: Toronto (Canada), Mar. 31, 1893; s.
of Elizabeth (Chambers) and William Arm-
strong Hunter.

Education: Princeton Univ.; Columbia Univ.;
Union Theological Seminary.
Degrees: A.B., Princeton Univ., 1916; M.A.,
Columbia Univ., 1925.

Married: Elizabeth Sterling, d. of Dr. Hugh
K. Walker, Los Angeles (Calif.), July 10,
1923; ch.: Betsy and Alan, Jr.
Prof. Record: Taught in Assiut College,
(Egypt), 1916-18; served in Amer. Red Cross,
Palestine, 1918-19; travelled through India,
China, and Japan, 1919-20; studied at
Union Theological Seminary (New York),
1920-25; Pastor, Union Church of Palisade
(N.J.), 1923-25; taught in National Univ.,
Peking (China), 1925-26; Pastor, Mt. Holly-
wood Congregational Church, Los Angeles
(Calif), 1926—.

Directorships: Chmn., Pacific Coast Fellow-
ship of Reconciliation.

Publications: Youth's Adventure, 1925; Fac-
ing the Pacific, 1927; Social Perplexities,
1932; Out of the Far East, 1934; Three Trum-
pets Sound, 1939; White Corpuscles in Europe.

Religion: Congregational.
Recreations: Tennis, swimming, birds.
Bus. and Home Address: 4609 Prospect Ave.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

HUNTER. George W., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.,

Lecturer; Science Education, Claremont Coll-

Born: New York City, April 7, 1873; s. of
Emma Louise (Cartwrlght) and George Wil-
liam Hunter.

Education: Williams College; N.Y. Univ.
Degrees: A.B., 1895, M.A., 1896, Williams
College; Ph.D., N.Y. Univ., 1918.
Married: Emily Isabel, d. of William F. Job-
bins, in Aurora (111.), June 19, 1899; ch.:
George William III, Cartwright, Francis Rob-

Publications: Associate Edit., Science Edu-
cation, American Biology Teacher; contrib-
uted to numerous Scientific Journals.
Me7nberships: F.A.A.A.S.; N.E.A.; Am. Inst,
of Social Science; Am. Zoologist; Cahf. Assn.
of Secondary Edn.; Am. Assn. of Univ. Profs.;
Am Public Health Assn.; Natl. Assn. for
Research in Science Teaching; Theta Delta

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('111;; Univ. Cliil); Indl.ui lllil C,n\f.

Armi/ h'rcdid: Kdn. Dir.. YMTA Wur Work

Council. Wash. Dl.str.. li»lK-l!).

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics; Indepondenl Keimblican.

Recreations: FlshlnR, goir and boallnR.

Bus. Address: Cluremont Colleges, Claremont,


Ho7ne Address: 466 W. Tenth St., Claremont,

Calif., and 612 Via Lido Nord, Newport

Hcach, Calif. •

HUNTER, The Reverend Graham C

A.B.. B.D., M.A.. D.D.
Minister, Presbyterian Church, Fullerton.
Born: Toronto (Canada). Dec. 5. 1882; s.
of Eliza (Chambers* and William Armstrong

Education: Princeton U. ; Union Theological
Seminary; Columbia U.

Degrees: A.B.. Princeton Univ., 1904; B.D.,
Union Theological Seminary, 1909; M.A.,
Columbia U., 1909; D.D., Occidental College.

Married: Louise Holden of Newark (N.J.).
Oct. 19. 1911; ch.: (adopted) Irene, Stewart.
Prof. Record: Instr., Mid-Pacific Inst., Hono-
lulu (T.H.), 1904-06; Minister, Presbyterian
Church, Laramie (Wyo.), 1909-11; Minister,
Hunts Point (N.Y.), 1911-15; Ch. of the
Covenant, New York (N.Y.), 1914-24; Min-
ister Presbyterian Ch., Fullerton ((Talif.),
1924—. Lecturer, Occidental Coll., 1927-30;
Assoc. Sec, Universal Christian Conf. on
Life and Work, Stockholm (Sweden), 1925;
Member of Comm.. to Rumania on Rights
of Religious Minorities, 1927.
Army Service: Served with Amer. Red Cross,
Palestine Unit, 1918-19.

Publications: Author: Luke, First Century
Christian, 1937; (co-author) Rumania Ten
Years After, 1928; contributor to religious
magazines; John Muir, Mystic, 1938.
Bus. Address: Presbyterian Church, Fuller-
ton, Calif.

Home Address: Fullerton, Calif.

HUNTER, Phelps Stokes, Ph.B., M.B.A.
Estate E.xecutive; Owner, Phelps Hunter &

Boi-n: New York City, March 29, 1906; s. of
Caroline Phelps (Stokes) and Robert Hunter.
Education: Thacher School (Ojai, Calif.);
Y'ale U. ; Harvard U. Graduate School of

Degrees: Ph.D., Yale U., 1928; M.B.A., Har-
vard Grad. Sch. of Business, 1931.
Married: Lilla, d. of Howard Price Ren-
shaw, at Santa Barbara (Calif.), Sept. 4,
1937; ch.: Edith Chamberlain, Robert Price,
Lilla Renshaw.

Prof. Record: In Trust Dept., Crocker First
National Bank of San Francisco (Calif.),
1931-36; Owner, Phelps, Hunter & Asso-
ciates (estate management firm), 1936 — .
Memberships: Alpha Delta Phi; University
Club: Butte Lodge Outing Club; Common-
wealth Club (San Francisco).
Religion: Episcopal.

Bus. Address: Russ Bldg., San Francisco,

Home Address: 191 Britten Ave., Atherton.
Calif. *

HUNTER. Mrs. Rebecca A.

Hcjuscvvirc, Ihim.iiiil.irijin.

Born: Wabash Ccjunty (Indiana), March 27,
1867; (I. of Elizabeth (Fogarly) and Thomas

Education: Community .Sch.; U.S., Columbia
City (Whitley Co., Ind.i; course of Normal
and Teachers Training, Valparaiso (Ind.)
Married: (1) Henry C. Mettort (now dec).
May 8, 1888, in Whitley County (Ind.); ch. :
Mrs. Edith Ward, Annabelle .Schulthels; Or-
ville C, Raymond H. (2) William J. Hunter,
April 16, 1905.

Prof. Record: Served 8 years in State of
Ind., Supt. of Juvenile Work and Social Wel-
fare Work.

Memberships: Womens Club; P.-T.A.; W.C.
T.U.; Women's Democratic League of Calif.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Women's Democratic League, Calif.

Home Address: 2551 W. 12th St., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

HUNTER, The Reverend Stanley Arm-
strong, A.B., M.A., D.D.
Pastor, St. John's Presbyterian Church.
Born: Orangeville (Ontario), Aug. 23, 1888;
s. of Eliza (Chambers) and Reverend William

Education: Denver Univ. (1 year); Princeton;
Columbia; Union Theol. Sem.
Degrees: A.B., Princeton, 1910; M.A., Colum-
bia, 1914; D.D., Occidental, 1925.
Married: Elizabeth, d. of Harold Peirce, of
Haverford (Pa.), March 21, 1918; ch.: Stan-
ley (dec), William III, Charlotte (dec),
Converse P.

Prof. Record: Prof. Eng., and Philosophy,
Ewing Christian Coll. (Allahabad, India),
1910-12; Asst. Pastor, Central Presbvterian Ch.
(N.Y.), 1913, Bryn Mawr (Pa.)", 1914-15;
ordained Presbyn. Ministry. 1914; temporary
Pastor. Ch. of Pilgrims (Brooklvn, N.Y.).
1916; Pastor, North Church (P'ittsburgh),
1916-24, St. John's Presbyn. Ch. (Berkeley,
Calif.), 1924—. Secy., Western Pa. Com.
Near East Relief, 1917-24; Member Bd. of
Temperance and Moarl Welfare Presbyn.
Ch. ; Religious work dir., YMCA, League
Island Navy Yard, June-Sept. 1918.

Memberships: Charities Comm. City of Ber-
keley; Chmn., Foreign Missions Com.. Svnod
of Calif., 1925-41; Moderator of Synod, 1939-
40; Princeton Terrace, Faculty.
Publications: Compiled and Edit., Music and
Religion, 1930; The Music of the Gospel,
1932; Temple of Religion, 1940, contributor
to religious press.

Bus. Address: St. John's Presbyterian Church,
Berkeley, Calif.

Home Address: 2901 Benvenue. Berkeley,

HUNTER, (Wiles) Robert, A.B.

Born: Terra Haute (Ind.). April 10, 1874;
s. of Caroline (Fouts) and W. R. Hunter.
Education : Indiana Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Indiana Univ., 1896.
Married: Caroline M. Phelps Stokes, of New
York, May 23. 1902; ch.: Robert. Phelps
Stokes, Caroline Phelps, Helen Louisa (dec).
Prof. Record: Organizing Secy.. Chicago Bu-
reau of Charities. 1896-1902; Chmn., In-
vestigating Com., City Homes Assn.; Supt.



Munic. Lodging House; Member, Small Parks
Com.. Resident. Hull House, 1899-1902,
all of Chicago. Resident, Toynbee Hall, London
(summer) 1899, and other English settle-
ments- headworker. Univ. Settlement, N.Y.,
19O''-0;V organized dental clinics for poor
children, and a Munic. Lodging House for
vagrants in Chicago, 1901; active m N.Y. m
promoting first anti-tuberculosis campaign
and the movement to feed under-nourished
school children; Chmn., first N.Y Com.
for promoting legislation to abolish child
labor 1902-06; joined Socialist Party, 1905,
and was its candidate for N.Y. Assembly
and later its candidate for Gov. of Conn ,
1910- resigned from Socialist Party, 1914;
Editorial Writer, 1908-10; lecturer on Eco-
nomics and English, Univ. of Calif., 1918-
2-''- conducted seminar on the economic and
poiitical causes of post-war revolutionary
UDheavals; Pres., Berkeley Comn. of Pub.
Charities, 1921; Chmn., Eng. -Speaking Union,
Santa Barbara, 1929-30; Member Spec. Com.
of Nat. Economic League on the Monetary
Problem of the U.S., 1934—.
Publications: Tenement Conditions in Chi-
cago, 1901; Poverty. 1904; Socialists at Work,
}908':V iolence and the Labor Movement, 1914;
Labor in Politics, 1915; Why We Fail as Chris-
tians 1919; The Links, 1926; Inflation and
Revolution. 1934; Revolution, Why, How,
When? 1940.

Meynherships: Social Reform of N.Y. (Pres.
1905) ; Faculty (Berkeley) Golf; Cypress Point
Valley Club (Montecito).
Religion: Episcopal.

Home Address: 190 Hot Springs Rd., Santa
Barbara. Calif .

HUNTER, Willis Omenn, A.B.

Director of Athletics, Univ. of So. Calif.
Born- Mt. Pleasant (Utah), June 8, 1894;
s. of Alice and William C. Hunter.
Education: Oberlin College.
Degrees: A.B., Oberlin College, 1915.
Married: Elmira, d. of E. W. Rice in Los
Angeles (Calif.), Aug. 25, 1917; eh.: Vir-
ginia Jean.

Prof. Record: Taught Phys. Ed. and coached
at Polytechnic H.S. (San Francisco); assist-
ant to Elmer Henderson, Head Football
Coach at S.C. from 1919-25, and then
made Director of Athletics. Has long been
leader in the National Intercollegiate Field;
in 1934, took the national championship track
and field meet from Chicago for the first
time when he persuaded the N.C.A.A. to
stage the meet in Los Angeles with Southern
California sponsoring it and guaranteeing
the traveling expenses of leading athletes
from all over the country. The meet was
the most successful in history of N.C.A.A.
and the Univ. of S.C. sponsored it under
Mr Hunter's direction again June, 1940;
Member. N.F.R.C; Am. Olympic Track
and Field Com.; and Past-Pres., Pac. Coast
Conference Mgrs. Assn.; Dir., Hunters
Treasure Island Camp for Boys (Catalina
Island t ; boys' camp work at Catlina since

Navy Record: Ensign, U.S. Navy, 1917-19.
Memberships: Phi Kappa Psi; Univ. Club;
Athletic Club (L.A.)
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf.

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

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