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Leschin, Louise 536

Lewyn, Helena 542

Liebling, George 543

Marsh, Chas. Howard 583

Mikova, Marie 631

Neblett, Leona 673

Northe, James Neill 684

Olsson-Seffer, Irma E 692

Pollak. Robert 729

Rachmilovich, Giacomo 748

Ruger, Morris H 791

Scholl, Frederic Burr 809

Simpson, Elizabeth 836

Sinnette. Sr., John T 838

Smale, j..ola Gwin 840

Steeb, Olga 862

Swavne, Wager 886

Tilly, Margaret 908

Tremblay, Geo. Amedee... 916

Tufts, C. Albert 921

Wright. Geo. Cedric 1013

Zoellner, Amandus C 1025

Musicians —

Achron, Joseph 3

Agnew, Sara Thomas 8

Aguilar, Juan Adame 8

Arvey, Verna 29

Aubert, Roger Stephan 33

Ballard, B. Ernest 44



INDEX



Barstow, V'era 51

Batchelder, Alice Coleman 54
Bitter, Marguerite Irene.... 80

Borisoff, Alexander 98

Bovd, Eunice 103

Boves, Shibley 104

Bragcion, Sarah C 108

Brant, LeRoy Verne 110

Brocietsky, Julian 117

Browda, Morris 119

Brown, Bernard B Addenda

Brown, Norma Alice 122

Buhlig. Richard 129

Cadman, Chas. Wakefield 140

Carr, Arthur George 151

Chase, Marv Wood 169

Clement, Ada 183

Cooper, Roy 200

Corning, Gertrude T 202

Coryell, May Hope 203

Couper, Mildred 205

Cross, Mildred 205

Cross, Robert Brandt 216

Crown, John Robert 218

Dannenberg, Emil Chas 224

David, Annie Louise 227

De'ak, Imre Eric 236

De'ak, Stephen 236

Denny, Dene 242

Dietrich, Helen Jenks 247

Dietrich, James Claire 248

Diggle, Roland 248

Dillon, Fannie Chas 249

Draa, Chas. Clifton 262

Ehlers, Alice 275

Ellis, Dorothy Louise 277

Erickson, Thelma Holm.... 282
Evans, Frederick Vance.... 287
Fisher, Marjory Marckres 303

Foote, Philip Mauro 309

Garroway, Will 328

Gastren, Allan John 330

Gegna, Jascha 332

Gimpel, Dronislaw 342

Gruenberg, Louis 361

Hague, Eleanor 367

Harvey, Galen Miller 387

Heifetz, Jascha 396

Hendriks, Francis Milton.. 400

Hill, Raymond R. P. J 408

Hilsberg, Ignace 409

Jamison, Abbie Norton.... 450

Johansen, Agnete K 456

Jordan-Pray, Ada G 467

Jorgenson, Nora Bertina.... 468

Katz, Ernst Herbert 470

Kaufman, Louis 471

Kendall, Wm. Raymond.... 479

Klumpkey, Julia 496

Korngold, Erich Wolfgang 504

Lasky, Bessie 520

Leginska, Ethel 531

Leschin, Joana 536

Leschin, Louise 536

Levy, Bessie 539

Levy, Ellis 539

Lewyn, Helena 542

Liebling, George 543

Linsley, Ralph E 546

Luboviski, Calmon 559

Lynch, Louise Ward 564

Mader, Clarence 574

Marsh, Chas. Howard 583

McCall, Eileen Louise 596

McGaw, Blanche E. B 607

Menuhin, Yehudi 622

Mikova, Marie 631

Moore, Pryor 652

Neblett, Leona 673

Northe, James Neill 684



Ohman. Fillmore W 689

Olsson-Seffer, Irma E 692

Pasmore, Mary 706

Pendleton, Emmet 713

Penha, Michel 714

Peterson-Foss, Edna G 718

Phillips, Madalyn 722

Piastre, Josef 722

Pollak, Robert 729

Raab, Alexander 748

Rachlin, Ezra 748

Rachmilovich, Giacomo 748

Redner, Edna Gregg 757

Riehle, Eva 768

Ryus, Celeste Nellis 796

Sadowski, Reah 797

Samuels, Homer 800

Scholl, Frederic Burr 809

Search, Frederick P 816

See, Orley 818

Seidel, Toscha 819

Selling, Oskar 819

Simmons, Homer Alfred.... 836

Sinnette, Sr., John T 838

Slenczynski, Ruth 840

Smale, Lola Gwin 840

Snider-Turner, Elthea 848

SoUoway, Harry 849

Stage, Florence 858

Steeb, Olga 862

Steele, Gladys Tilton 862

Steuber, Lillian 867

Temianka, Henri 896

Tilly, Margaret 908

Tremblay, Geo. Amedee.... 916

Tufts, C. Albert 921

Van den Burg, Willem 930

van Leeuwen, Ary 932

Violin, Mischa 938

Warren, Elinor Remick.... 954

Weiss, Adolph 964

Wright, Geo. Cedric 1013

Wright, Norman Soreng 1015
Zoellner, Amandus Carl.. 1025

Singers —

Boyd, Mary Teitsworth.... 104

Brown, Eva 120

Chamlee, Mario 165

Chamlee, Ruth Miller 165

Clemens, Hans 182

Cowerd, Mary Cook 206

Craft, Marcella 208

Crittenden, Ray Howard.... 213

Crosby, Jr., Harry L 214

Cutter, Belle Forbes 222

Diskay, Joseph 249

Eddy, Nelson 273

Flickinger, Lillian Wiesike 308

Gahagan, Helen 321

Gentle, Alice 334

Giffen, Frank Carroll 338

Harbert, Helen Ryan 378

Horton, Russell Everard.... 424

Howard, Kathleen 426

Lott, Clifford 556

Mabee, Grace W 566

MacDonald, Jeanette 569

Marble, Alice 580

Marvin, Virginia E 589

Matchan, William Roy.... 590

Mershon, Bernice 625

Miller, Ruthellen 638

Muse, Clarence 669

Peralta, Maria Celia 715

Purdy, Constance 745

Rogers, Calista 779

Samson, Maria 799

Saunders, Laura Nemeth 802

Swan, Howard Shelton.... 885



Talley, Marion; 889

Verbeck, Blanche A 936

Walker, Geo. Parot 945

Waters, Crystal 955

Yaw, Ellen Beach 1017

Song Writers —

Autry, Gene Addenda

Coslovv, Sam 203

DeSylva, George Card 243

Tobias, Harry 910

Washington, Ned 955

Voice Teachers —

Bachenheimer, William 38

Blakeslee, Earle B 85

Blanckenburg, Emilie J 86

Blickfeldt, Fredrik E 87

Brown, Eva 120

Chamlee, Ruth Miller 165

Cimini, Pietro 175

Clemens, Hans 182

Crowell, Beulah Butcher.... 217

Cutter, Belle Forbes 222

Flickinger, Lillian W 308

Giffen, Frank Carroll 338

Goodman, Lillian Rosedale 347

Hartley, Edith Dykstra.... 386

Herbst, Ina Wright 402

Hurlbut, Harold 439

Kent, Easton 482

Lott, Clifford 556

Marvin, Virginia Ellen 589

Matchan, Wm. Roy 590

Rogers, Calista 779

Samson, Maria 799

Thomas, Edgar Standard 900

Walker, George Parot 945

Waters, Crystal 955

Weimar, Jessie 963

NATURAL HISTORY

Naturalists —

Baker, Joseph John 43

Hall, Ansel F 370

Heath, Harold 395

Hoyt, Vance Joseph 430

Meadows, Donald Charles 620
Peattie, Donald Culross.... 710
Yeager, Dorr Graves 1018

NURSERY

Nurserymen —

Armstrong, John S 28

Evans, Hugh 287

Payne, Theodore 709

NUTRITION

Nutritionists —

Blades, Edith Hawley 82

Blanchard, Evelyn Lyman 85

Mallon, Marguerite G 577

Truesdail, Roger Williams 920

OBSERVATORY

Astronomers —

Alter, Dinsmore 18

Baade, Walter 36

Evans, Jr., John W 287

Herrick, Jr., Samuel 403

Hubble, Edwin P 431

Jeffers, Hamilton Moore 452

Johnson, Josef Jerome.... 458

Leonard, Frederick Chas. 534

Leuschner, Armin Otto.... 538

Linsley, Earle Garfield.... 546

Merrill, Paul Willard 624

Moore, Joseph Haines 651

Roberts, Dorothea K 772



INDEX



Sanford. Roscoe F 800

Strombort,'. Gustaf 880

Wilson. ){.ilph E 993

Zwicky. Krilz 1026

Observatory Directors —

Leuschner, Armin 538

Linsley, K;ule G 5-16

Moore, Joseph Haines 651

Whitney, Walter Ticknor.. 977

OIL

Oil Operators —

Hogan. Dana 415

Johnson, Marcus S 458

McDul'fie, William Chester 605

Oil Producers —

Cjoper. Chas. Edward 199

Havenstrite, Russell E 390

White, Floyd Garrison 973

OPTOMETRY

Optometrists —

Conrad, Charles Louis... 196
Crow, George Arnold 216

ORNITHOLOGY

Ornithologists —

Bishop. Bennet L., M.D 78

Ray, Milton S 754

OSTEOPATHY
Osteopathic Physicians
and Surgeons —

Chandler, Louis C, M.D. 166

Clark, Frank Chas 176

Davis, Warren Bartlett.... 233
Houghtaling, Edw. Butler 424
Lyle, Gwladys Morgan... 563
Pritchard, Wm. Watkins 741

PAROLE

Parole Officers —

Evans, Arthur W..., 286

Latham, Emily D 521

Probation Officers —

Briggs, Leslie Burdette.... 114

Ruess, Christopher G 791

Worcester, Wood Frank.... 1010

PHILANTHROPY
Philanthropists —

Blaisdell, Jas. Arnold 84

Bryant, Carrie Parsons.... 126

Carson, Hersee Moody 153

Haugwitz-Reventlow, Countess
Barbara Woolworth.... 389

Hoover, Herbert Clark 421

Hoover, Lou Henry 422

Lawrence, Gladys W 524

Lehr, Anna N 532

Pepperdine, George 715

Watchorn, Robert 955

Wilco.x, Burton Bernard.... 982

PHILOSOPHY
Philosopher —

X, Stuart 1017

PHOTOGRAPHY
Photographers —

Adams, Ansel 4

Atvvood, Anne Margaret.... 32

Bogart, R. Parkman 92

Chiappero, Aldo Joseph.... 172



Dc Cou, Branson 238

CJarmes, Lee D 326

Jones, Harlow Wellesley.... 463

Kelley. Tom 476

Loebor, Chas. Stanton 553

Moon, Carl 650

Peabody, >lcnry G 709

Slackpole, Peter 857

Webb, H. Pascal 959

We.slon, Edward 969

Whitney, Walter Ticknor.... 977

Wright, Geo. Ccdric 1013

PHYSICS

Physicists —

Bedell, Frederick 62

Cooksey, Donald 198

Dember, Ale.xis Berthold... 241

Edwards, Hiram W 274

Kirkpatrick, Harry A 491

Lawrence Ernest 523

Mar.sh, Herbert Eugene.... 584

Millikan, Robert Andrews 640

Soltau, David L 850

POMOLOGY

Pomologists —

Allen, Frank W 14

Mann, Chas. William 579

PSYCHOLOGY
Psychologists —

Berger, Evelyn Miller 72

Bridgman, Olga L., M.D. 114

Cason, Hulsey 1-58

Coffin, J. Herschel 188

De Fremery, Herman 239

Eitzen, David D 275

Haley, Phylis 370

Humm, Doncaster G 435

Inskeep, Annie Dolman... 444

Lantz, C. M. Beatrice 517

Mount, George Haines 664

Popenoe, Herbert 729

Rittenhouse, Norman A 770

Scarbrough, Hartwell E 804

Weller, Margaret Davis.... 966

W'ilson, Verne Edmund.... 994

X. Stuart 1017

PUBLICITY

Publicists —

Allen, Ben Shannon 13

Bigelow, Jane K 77

Bogart, Guy 92

Eckels, Lulu E 273

Gros, Robert Richart 360

Hyers, Faith Holmes 443

Lindsev, Ben B 545

Robb, Robert W 770

Publicity Directors —

Rorke, c.
Bus. Address: RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., 780
No. Gower St., Hollywood, Calif.
Home Address: 2836 No. Beachwood Dr., Hol-
lywood, Calif.



Married: Mildred E., d. of Henry G. Lamb,
in Redwood City (Calif.), 1927; ch.: Phyllis
E. (b. 1934) and Suzanne M. (b. 1941).
Prof. Record: Has written musical tabs, re-
vues, sketches, and sixty-four screen plays;
among recent credits are: Screen Plays:
Golddiggers in Paris, Wonder Bar, Cowboy
from Brooklyn, The Irish in Us, and Six Day
Bike Rider (all for Warner Bros.), 1938;
collaborated on screen plays. Slight Case of
Murder, Off the Record, My Love Came Back
(all for Warner Bros.), 1939; screen plays,
Brother Orchid, Honeymoon for Three (both
for Warner Bros.), 1940; recently completed
screen play. New York Heartbeat (Metro-Gold-
wyn-Mayer) .

Directorships : Treas. and Mem., Bd. of Dlrs.,
Lakeside GoU Club.

Army Service: Served in 102nd Cavalry, N.J.
Nat. Guard.

Memberships: Shriner, Al Malaikah Temple;
Lakeside Golf and Craftsman's Club.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations : Golf and fishing.
Bus. Address: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio,
Culver City, Calif.

Home Address: 5251 Woodman Ave., Van
Nuys, Calif. •



BANKS. Lionel Cornelius. B.S.
Supervising Art Dir., Columbia Studio.
Born: Salt Lake City (Utah), June 22, 1901;
s. of Mattie Louella (Bess) and Cornelius
H. Banks.

Education: Latter Day Saints Univ. (Salt
Lake City, Utah) ; Univ. of So. Calif. (Los
Angeles) .

Degrees: B.S. in Arch., Univ. of So. Calif.,
1924.

Married: LaVee, d. of Daniel Peterson, In
Richfield (Utah), Feb. 10, 1929; ch: Lionel
Cornelius, II (Neil) (b. 1933), Robin Victor
(b. 1935).

Prof. Record: Practiced architecture (Salt
Lake City) ; Director of permanent construc-
tion, Warner Bros. Studio; Unit Art Dir.,
M-G-M; Asst. Supervising Art Dir., 1930-37,
and Supervising Art Dir., since 1938, Colum-
bia Pictures, Inc.; his outstanding pictures
are: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Arizona,
Penny Serenade, Our Wife, Adventure in
Washingto7t, She Knew all the Answers, Mr.
Jordan Comes to Town, and Ladies in Retire-
ment.

Memberships: Acad, of Motion Picture Arts
and Sciences; Asso. Mem., Amer. Inst, of
Architects; Alpha Rho Chi (Andronicus Chap-
ter).

Religion: Latter Day Saints.
Recreations: Bowling, swimming, fishing, and
riding.

Bus. Address: Columbia Studio, 1438 No. (Sow-
er St., Hollywood, Calif.

Home Address: 1943 Mandeville Canyon Rd.,
Los Angeles, Calif. *



BALDWIN, Earl W.

Writer, Screen Playwright.
Born: Newark (N.J.), Jan. 11, 1903; s. of
Ella Mae (Young) and Edward James Bald-
win.

Education: West Orange (N.J.) High School;
Amer. Inst, of Banking CN.Y.).



BARTON. Roy Franklin. D.D.S., M.Sc.
Anthropologist.

Born: Pleasant Hill (111.), Feb. 25, 1883; s. of
Elizabeth (Wells) and P. F. Barton.
Education: Illinois State Normal Univ.; In-
stitute of Anthropology and Ethnography



ADDENDA



(Univ. of Calif.); Aaulemy oC Sciences (Len-
ingrad, Russia).

Degrees: D.D.S., Univ. of Calif., 1919; M.Sc,
Inst, of Anthropology and ICthnography.
Married: Nina L., d. of Lev A. ISrun, in Len-
ingrad (Ru.ssiat, 19:il; ch.: Harold D., Roy
Franklin, Jr., Erica.

Prof. Record: Superintendent of schs., (Chan-
dlervllle, IlL), 1905-06; Supervising Teacher,
Philippine Bureau of Edn., 190(M6: practice
of dentistry, 1920-29; Curator, Dept. of
Indonesia, in Museum of Anthropology and
Ethnography, 19.35-40; anthro|)Ological field in-
vestigations: Ifugaoland (P.I.), (sponsored by
the Social Science Research Council and Nat.
Research Council), 1937; Kaiinga (P.I.),
(sponsored bv Dr. H. O. Beyer), 1940; Luzon
East Coast (sponsored by Dr. C. S. Chard),
-341; for recording Ifugao epics (as Fellow
of the ,1. S. Guggenheim Memorial Founda-
tion), 1941-42.

Publicatiotis: Ifngao Law (Univ. of Calif.
Publ. in Amer. Archeology and Ethnology,
vol. 15, No. 1), 1919; Ifugao Economics (same
vol. 15, No. 4) ; The Half Way Sun (Brewer
and Warren), 1930; Philippine Pagans (Rout-
ledge & Sons), 1938; Ifugao- English Wordbook
4000 roots and affixes, with texts (Bureau of
Science, Manila), 1941; also numerous scien-
tific papers.

Memberships: Psi Omega.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Mountain hiking, chess.
Bus. Address: c /o Philippine Magazine, 217
Dasmarinas, Manila, P.I.
Home Address: Escalon, Calif. *



BAUCHENS, Anne

Film Editor, Paramount Studio.

Born: St. Louis (Mo.), Feb. 2; d. of Luella
(McKee) and Otto Bauchens.

Education: St. Louis (Mo.), elem. and high
schs.; bus. coll. in New York City.

Prof. Record: Secretary to William deMille
(Pla^'wright) in New York City, 1911-14;
came to Calif, with ]\Ir. deMille and helped to
create the first Scenario Dept. at Famous
Players Lasky Studio (later known as Para-
mount) ; started editing films for Cecil B.
deMille in 1916, and have been with him since.
Among numerous films edited: King of Kings,
1928; Sign of the Cross, 1932; The Buccan-
neer. Hunter Men, Bulldog Drummond in Af-
rica, Sons of the Legion, 1938, Television
Spy, 1939, Union Pacific and Northwest
'Mounted Police, 1940 (all Paramount).

Publications: Chapter on film editing in We
Make the Movies (W. W. Norton & Co., Inc.).

Memberships: Acad, of Motion Picture Arts
and Sciences; Film Editor's Guild.

Awards: Acad, of Motion Picture Arts and
Sciences Award for Film Editing of North
West Mounted Police (Feb., 1941).

Religion: Unity.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Music, reading, and theatre.

Bus. Address: Paramount Studio, 5451 Mara-
thon St., Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 3843 Mound View Ave., No.
Hollywood, Calif.



BENNETT, Constance

Actress (Motion Pictures, Radio, Stage).
Born: New York, Oct. 22; d. of Adrlenne
(MorrLson) and Richard Bennett.
Education: Ml.ss Chamllcr's Sch. (N.Y.); Miss
Merrill's Sch. ("Oaksmere," Mamaroneck,
N.Y.); Madame Balsan's .Sch. (Versailles.
France).

Married: (1) Philip Plant (div.); (2) Mar-
quis Henri dc la Falaise do la Coudraye. 1931
(div.); (3) Gilbert Roland, 1941. ch.: Peter
Bennett Plant, Linda Alonzo.
Prof. Record: Received first screen offer
from Samuel Goldwyn, as a result of test
given by him was given part in Cytherea
went to Hollywood where she became recog-
nized as one of the most talented of the
younger players; appeared in Into the Net
(Pathe), The Goose Hangs High (Paramount),
My Wife and I (Warner Bros.), The Goose
Woman (Universal), Sally, Irene and Mary
(M-G-M). Among her many pictures are
Moulin Rouge, The Green Hat, What Price
Hollywood? Lady with a Past, After Office
Hours, Everything is Thunder, Ladies in
Love, Topper Series, Tailspin, Service De-
Luxe, Passage West, Law of the Tropics,
etc. Toured with the Noel Coward play Easy
Virtue. Named "one of the World's ten best
dressed women." Has been a tireless worker
for various charities and her private philan-
thropies are many.

Bus. Address: c/o Rex Cole, 519 Equitable
Bldg., 6253 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood,
Calif.

Home Address: 280 Carohvood Dr., Holmby
Hills, Calif. *

BENNETT, Joan

Actress.

Born: Palisades (N.J.), Feb. 27, 1910; d. of
Adrienne (Morrison) and Richard Bennett.
Education: Private tutors; St. Margaret's
Boarding Sch. (Waterbury. Conn.); finishing
sch., L'Ermitage (Versailles, France).
Married: (1) John Martin Fox; ch.: Diana.
(2) Gene Markey (div.); ch.: Melinda. (3)
Walter Wanger.

Prof. Record: Has appeared in the follow-
ing recent productions: Man in the Iron Mask
(United Artist-Small), Housekeeper's Daugh-
ter (United Artist-Roach), both in 1939; Green
Hell (Universal), 1940: House Across the Bay
and Man I Married (Fox), both in 1940; Son
of Monte Cristo (Edw. Small), 1940; She
Knew all the Answers (Columbia), 1941; Man
Hunt (Fox), 1941; Wild Geese Calling (Fox),
1941.

Home Address: 515 So. Mapleton Dr., W.
Los Angeles, Calif. •

BENNY. Jack

Actor, Radio Comedian.

Born: Waukegan (111.), Feb. 14, 1894; s. of
Emma (Sachs) and Mayer Kubelsky.
Education: Public and high schools of Wauke-
gan and Chicago (111.).

Married: Mary. d. of Esther and David Liv-
ingstone (Waukegan, 111.); ch.: Joan Naomi.

Prof. Record: In addition to his fame as a
Radio Comedian (now in his eighth consecutive
year for Jello), Mr. Benny has starred in the
following pictures for Paramount Studios:
Artists and Models, 1937, Artists and Models



ADDENDA



Abroad. 1938, Man About Town. 1939, Buck
Benny Rides Again, 1940, Love Thy Neighbor,
1940, Charley's Aunt for 20th Century-Fox,
1941.

Navy Service: Naval Training Station (Great
Lakes, 111.), 1917-18.

Recreations: Golf, movies and theatre, fights
and wrestling matches.

Bus. Address: California Bank Bldg., Beverly
Hills, Calif.

Home Address: 1002 No. Roxbury Dr., Bev-
erly Hills, Calif.



BONDI, Beulah. M.O.

Actress.

Born: Chicago (111.), May 3, 1895; d. of Eva
Suzanna (Marble) and Abram O. Bondy.
Education: Hyde Park High Sch.; Frances
Shimar Acad.; Convent of the Holy Name of
Jesus and Mary (Montreal) ; Valparaiso Univ.
Degrees: Master of Oratory, Valparaiso Univ.,
1916.

Prof. Record: Was on the New York stage
eight yrs. before entering motion pictures.
First picture. Street Scene (Gtoldwyn), 1931,
in role of Emma Jones, which she created in
the play (N.Y.C.), 1929; among other pic-
tures: Strangers Return, Gorgeous Hussy. Of
Human Hearts, On Borrowed Time (all for
M-G-M); Good Fairy, The Under-Pup (Uni-
versal) ; Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,
Penny Serenade (Columbia) ; Remember the
Night, Shepherd of the Hills (Paramount) ;
Vivacious Lady (RKO) ; Our Town (Lessor).
Memberships: Tri Kappa (philanthropic club
of Indiana) ; Crippled Children's League (Los
Angeles); Allied Arts (Denver, Colo.).
Recreations: Reading, gardening, riding, and
swimming.

Home Address: Rancho Yucca Loma, Victor-
ville, Calif. •



BROWN. Bernard B.

Musician; Sound Director, Universal Pictures.
Inc.

Born: La Farge (Wis.), July 24, 1898; s. of
Ida M. (Millison) and Chas. S. Brown.
Education: Hollywood High Sch.; Los Angeles
Music Consv.

Married: Mildred K. O'Brien, d. of William
Brown, in Santa Barbara (Calif.), Nov. 22,
1936; ch.: Betty Jane.

Prof. Record: Unit Mixer for Top of the Town
(Universal), 1937; collaborated on sound.
Wings Over Honolulu, The Road Back, One
Hundred Men and A Girl (Universal) ; is the
only Musician-Sound Dir. in the motion pic-
ture industry.

Publications: Numerous articles on soimd and
the movie industry in such newspapers and
mags, as: Citizen-News, Picture Play, Phila-
delphia Record, Popular Science, Women's
Magazine of Australia, and Ken.
War Service: Musical Dir., World War I,
1917.

Awards: Award for sound in When Tomorrow
Comes, 1939.

Memberships: Acad, of Motion Picture Arts
and Sciences; Soc. of Motion Picture Engrs.;
Mt. Olive Lodge No. 506, K.&A.M.
Religion : Christian Science.
Politics: Democrat.



Recreations: Tennis (won second place in
doubles in Studio Tennis Tournament) and
horseback riding.

Bus. Address: Universal Pictures, Inc., Uni-
versal City, Calif.

Home Address: 2800 Beachwood Dr., Holly-
wood, Calif.



CARROLL, Harrison, B.A.

Dramatic Editor, Los Angeles Evening Her-
ald and Express.

Born: Waco (Texas), June 23, 1901; s. of
Hallie (Harrison) and Benajah Harvey Car-
roll.

Education: Rice Inst. (Houston); Columbia
Univ. (N.Y.C.).

Degrees: B.A., Columbia, 1922.
Married: Corrine Minerva, d. of Albert Smith
in Nelson (Neb.), Apr. 6, 1900; ch.: Har-
rison, Jr.

Prof. Record: Reporter on Los Angeles Times,
L.A. Examiner until made Dramatic Editor
of L.A. Evening Herald & Express; Writer
of syndicated motion picture column for King
Features Syndicate.
Memberships: Sigma Ciii Frat.
Bus. Address: Los Angeles Evening Herald &
Express, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 326 No. Harper Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

CARUS, Professor Clayton Douglas,

A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Foreign Trade and Chairman,
Dept. of Trade and Transportation, University
of Southern California.

Born: Battle Creek (Mich.), Oct. 10, 1888; s.
of Harriet (Hunt) and Charles S. (jarus.
Education: Occidental Coll.; Stanford Univ.;
Univ. of Virginia.

Degrees: A.B., 1913, M.A., 1917, Stanford
U.; Ph.D., U. of Va.. 1930.
Married: Vallance, d. of Virginia (Catlin)
and John Arnott, m Calif., May 14. 1913;
ch. : Virginia Harriet and Carol Paula.
Prof. Record: Instructor, Calif. Polvtechnic
Sch., 1914-16, 1917-19; Instr., Washington
State Coll., 1919-20; Asst. Prof., 1920-21,
Asso. Prof., U. of So. Calif., 1921, Prof., since
1931. Summer sessions: Instr., U. of Washing-
ton, 1920; Adjunct Prof., U. of Texas, 1922;
Asso. Prof., 1929, Prof., 1934, U. of Vir-
ginia; Prof., Oregon State Coll., 1940.
Publications: 46 articles in Annals of the
American Academy, Proceedings of the Pacific
Coast Economics Association, Commerce Jour-
nal, Southern California Business Review,
Los Angeles Times, Southern California Pur-
chasing Agents Journal, World Affairs Inter-
preter, Proceedings of the Institute of World
Affairs.

Memberships: Mem., Economists Com., and
Hon. Mem., Foreign Commerce Com., Los
Angeles Chamber of Commerce; Founder
Mem., Pacific Geographic Soc; Pacific Coast
Economics Assn. ; Nat. Vice-Pres., Delta Phi
Epsilon (Honor Key, awarded by Nat. Bd. of
CJovs.); Phi Delta" Kappa. Delta Si^ma Pi,
Beta Gamma Sigma; So. Calif. Foreign Trade
Assn.

Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations : Gardening, chess, and lawn bowl-
ing.



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Hus. AildriNn: Uiiiv. of .Southern California,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Addifsii: 3153 West 76lh St., Los An-
geles, Calif. •



CONKLIN, Frank Roland

Aullior. Actor.

Born: Atchi.son (Kan.), April 5, 1886; s. of
Anna Adams Ule.sccndant of John Quincy
Adams) and Stanley L. Conklin.
Educated: Haverford College (special course
In English and writing), 1908-10.
Married: Grace, d. of M. H. Haskins, in
Hollywood (Calif.), Nov. 14, 1925.
Prof. Record: Copy Writer, Frank Presbrey
Co. (N.Y.), 1914-15: writing, acting and
producing plays (N.Y.), 1915-17. In France,
1917-18. Scenario Editor, The Christie Film
Co., 1918-32; since then has been free lance
writing and acting. Author of over 500, one,
two, and five-reel produced motion pictures.
Starred in own farce-comedy Not So Dumb.
Directorships: Co-Producer, Not So Dumb
Players.

Publications: Short stories and novel Mexican
Knights (Commercial Printing and Publish-
ing House, Los Angeles).

Army Record: American Ambulance Field
Service with French Army, 1917; Capt.,
Amer. Red Cross Foreign Service, 1918.
Awards: Victory Medal, Amer. Field Ser.
from the French (3ovt. ; Croix de Guerre.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. and Home Address: 8334 Kirkwood Dr.,
Hollywood,' Calif.

CUMBERLAND, William Wilson. A.B.,
A.M., Ph.D., LL.D.
Economist.

Born: La Verne (Calif), Jan. 2, 1890; s. of
Clara Euphemia (Huggins) and Julian Fee
Cumberland.

Education: Occidental Coll.; Columbia Univ.;
Princeton Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Occidental Coll., 1912; A.M.,
Columbia Univ., 1913; Ph.D., Princeton U.,
1916; LL.D., Occidental Coll., 1937.
Married: Edith Griffith Osmond, in Los An-
geles (Calif.), Sept. 14, 1916; ch.: Mary
Catherine, Julian Osmond, William Wilson,
Helen.

Prof. Record: Supt., Chrystie Street House
(N.Y.), 1914; Instr., Asst. Prof., Asso. ProT.
and Chief Div. of Research in Agrl. Econom-
ics, U of Minn., 1916-19; leave of absence,
1917-19; Research Assoc, U. of Calif, and Do-



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