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Copper Co., 191.'?-18 (Mine Sunt.i; 1919-38.
General Mgr. : since 19,38 Vice-Pres. and Con-
sulting Engr. Became naturalized citizen of
U.S. in 1920. Member of: Amer. Inst, of
Mining and Metallurgy Egrs.; Mining and
Metali. Soc. of Amer.; Canadian Inst, of
Mining and Metallurgy.

Airards: William Lawrence Saunders gold
medal, Amer. Inst, of Mining and Metali.
Engr.. 1931 for achievement in mining.
Memberships: Zeta Psi ; Calif. Club; Wil.shire
Country Club; Los Angeles Country Club;
Arizona Club (Pheonix) ; Phoenix Country
Club (Phoenix) ; Cobre Valle Country Club
(Miama, Ariz.).

Home Address: 406 So. June St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

MACNEIL, Sayre, A.B., LL.B.


Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), April 1, 1886;
s. of Louise (Slauson) and Hugh Livingstone

Education: Univ. of Calif.; Harvard Law

Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Calif., 1908: LL.B..
Harvard Univ., 1911.

Married: Daphne, d. of Fanny (Wilcox) and
.Tames Calhoun Drake in Los Angeles, Nov.
10, 1915: ch.: Maria Antonia (MacneiD Bra-
ckenridge: Hugh Livingstone: James Drake.
Prof. Record: Admitted to Calif. Bar. 1911;
emploved bv O'Melvenv. Stevens & Milli-
kin. 1912-17: Mem. of firm of O'Melveny,
Millikin & Tuller. 1917-22. O'Melvenv. Milli-
kin. Tuller and Macneil, 1922-26; Prof, of
Law, Harvard Univ., 1926-.33. Private law
practice in Los Angeles. 1933-37: Prof, of
Equity Loyola Univ. of Los Angeles. School
of Law. Sept., 1940: Secy.. Municipal Chari-
ties Commission of Los Angeles, 1915-16;
with U.S. Food Administration at San Fran-
cisco. 1917-19: Mem., State Bar of Calif.
Committee of Bar Examiners, 1935-37.
Directorships: Dir., Azusa Foothill Citrus
Co., Azusa (Calif.).

Memberships: Amer. Academy of Arts and
Sciences: Amer. Law Institute: Psi L^nsilon.
Phi Beta Kappa: California, Sunset Club.
Religion : Catholic.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Loyola Univ. of Los Angeles
School of Law, Los Angeles. Calif.
Home Address: Rancho Los Cacomites. near
Azusa. Calif.

MacQUIDDY, Thomas Smith, B.S.

Superintendent, City Schools. Watsonville.
Born: Hanford (Calif.). June 13. 1S7S: s.
of Pauline Sarah (Smith) and John Talbert



Education: Public Schools (Hanford and
Stockton, Calit.); Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Calif., 1903.
Married: L. Vivien, d. of E. J. Englehart,
at Winters (Calif.), 1905; ch.: Thomas Mal-
colm, Lois Vivien.

Prof. Record: Principal. Winters High School
(Calif.), l!^)03-05; Vice-Principal, Watsonville
High School (Calif.), 1905-07; Supt., City
Schools, Watsonville, 1907-41.
Ptiblicationx: Contributions to state education-
al magazines. Sierra Educational News, Cali-
fornia Journal of Secondary Education.
Memberships: Elks, Masons, Kiwanis; Aca-
demy of Political Science; Commonwealth
Club of Calif., several professional organiza-

Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Swimming, hiking.
Bus. Address: High School, Watsonville,

Heme Address: 420 Palm Ave., Watsonville,

Organist at the age of 13, came to Pasadena,
1920 to accept a position there. Has been in
his present position since 1929. Many recitals
on the Pacific Coast, and two recital tours
through east, twice Feature Recitalist for Na-
tional Organists' Conventions (New York and
Los Angeles). Since 1936, has become known
as Choral Conductor. The Immanuel Cathe-
dral Choir has presented many of his out-
standing modern works. Conducted the Youth
Choral Festival for Music Educators' Na-
tional Convention (Los Angeles), 1940.
Directorships : Amer. Guild of Organists; So.
Calif. Choral Conductors' Guild; Native
Amer. Composers' Soc.

Publications: Works for piano, organ, voice,
chamber music groups, orchestra, and choral
bodies (all have had performances).
Religion : Presbyterian .
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis and fishing.
Bus. Address: 663 So. Berendo St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 1160 Alma St., Glendale,
Calif. *

MACURDA. Arthur Amsden,

A.B., M.A.

Born: Fitchburg (Mass.), Aug. 1, 1873; s.
of Frances (Burditti and William Augustus

Education: Fitchburg High School; Brown
Univ.; Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., Brown Univ., 1895; M.A.,
Univ. of Calif., 1902.

Married: Rose D., d. of Isaac F. Johnson in
San Francisco (Calif.), Sept. 2, 1898; ch.:
Malcolm, Maurice, Meredith, Muriel, Mignon.
Prof. Record: Teacher, Kamahameha Schools
(Honolulu, Hawaii), 1896-98; Teacher and
Prin., Cogswell College (San Francisco,
Calif.), 1898-1901; Educational Dir., San
Francisco YMCA, 1899-1903; Deputy Supt.,
San Francisco Public Schools, 1903-07; Pres.,
California College (Oakland, Calif.), 1907-09;
Teacher, Los Angeles State Normal School
and So Branch of the Univ. of Calif., 1910-
20; Co-Founder and Treasurer of Macurda-
Drisko Schools (Los Angeles), 1920-30; Dir.,
Cumnock Schools (Los Angeles), 1930-35,
Macurda Schools (Los Angeles), 1935-40.
Directorships: Treas., Calif. Church Council,
Southern Area; Treas., Southern Calif. Coun-
cil of Religious Education.
Memberships: Delta Upsilon.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Music and gardening.
Bus. Address: 3836 Second Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif. *

MADER. Clarence, A.A.G.O.

Organist and Choirmaster; Immanuel Pres-
byterian Church.

Born: Easton (Penn.), Jan. 23, 1904; s. of
Ella (Longenecker) and William Mader.
Education: Organ, Lynnwood Farnam (N.Y.);
piano, Henry Levey (N.Y.); theory, Percy
Hallett; piano. Homer Grunn; voice, J. F.

Married: Ruth, d. of Rose (Sundt) and Ed-
win Goodrich in Pasadena (Calif.), 1924; ch.:
William and George.
Prof. Record: Held first position as Church

MADISON, (Mrs.) Elizabeth Syle

Supervisor of Libraries, Oakland Public

Born: The American Consulate, Funchal
(Madeira Islands), 1883; d. of Edith Clara
(Wilkinson) of Philadelphia, and American
Consul Louis Du Pont Syle.
Education: Oakland and Berkeley High
Schools, State Library (Sacramento), there-
after by the European method of individual
instructors. Library Credential, Univ. of So.

Married: Arthur Edward, s. of Edward Ma-
dison of Council Bluffs, at Church of the
Angels, Pasadena (Calif.), 1907.
Prof. Record: Dept. of Reference, Los An-
geles Public Library; Dept. of Calif., State
Library, Sacramento; Librarian, City of El
Centro; Librarian, Oakland High School,
Supervisor of Libraries, Oakland Public Schs.
(all in Calif.).

Publications: Various articles on library
work in English Journal, Educational Meth-
ods, etc. Child of the Sea, Calif, story for
children, (Suttonhouse, Los Angeles). Poems:
Carmel Pine Cone, Sunset Magazine, Oak-
land Tribune, etc.

Memberships: Calif. Writers Club; Oakland
Forum; Calif. Sch. Libraries Assn.
Religion: Protestant Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Writing and gardening.
Bus. Address: Education Administration
Building, Oakland, Calif.
Home Address: 1556 Broadway, Oakland,
Calif. *

MAGAN, Percy Tilson,

Ph.B., M.D., F.A.C.P.
Physician, Educator.

President, College of Medical Evangelists,
Los Angeles and Loma Linda.
Born: Marlfield House, (3orey (County Wex-
ford, Ireland), Nov. 13, 1867; s. of Annie
Catherine (Richards) and Percy Magan, Esq.
Education: Arnold House, Chester (England);
St. (Jeorge's School, Huntingdon (England);
Battle Creek College, Battle Creek (Mich.);



Univ. of ■ronncsscc Sdiool of Medicine.
Dcgrves: I'li.H.. H.illlc Crook ColloKo, M.D.,
Univ. of Tennessee School of Mpillelne, 1!>M;
F.A.CP., 19'Ji).

Mnrried: (1) Ida May, <i. of Chris Bauer In
Kansas, June, 1892; ch.: Wellesley Percy,
M.D. and Shaen Saurln. M.D. (deccasod).
(2) Lillian, M.D., d. of Amanda and Ell
Eshelman in Cherokee (Iowa), AurusI 2.3,
1905; ch.: Val O'Connor.
Prof. Record: Dean of Battle Creek College
(Mich.) from 1899-1901; Dean of Emmanuel
Missionary College (Berrien Springs, Mich.),
1901-04; Dean of Nashville ARrirultural Nor-
mal Institute (Tenn.), 1904-15; Dean of the
College of Medical Evangelists (Los Angeles,
Calif.), 1915-28; Pros, of the ColleEje of
r edical Evangelists. Loma Linda and Los
Angeles (Calif.). 1928—.

Directorships: Pres. of College of Medical
Evangelists, Loma Linda and Los Angeles
(Calif.); Mem. of the Medical Advi.sory Bd.,
Los Angeles County General Hospital (Calif.).
Publications : The Peril of the Republic (pub.
by Fleming H. Revell) ; The Batle of the Cen-
tury (pub. by Review and Herald Pub. Assn.,
Battle Creek Mich.); The Vatican and the
War (pub. by So. Pub. Assn., Nashville,
Tenn.). Monographs; Hospital Betterment in
California . The Role of the Faculty in the
Development of Character in the Medical
Student, What Mean Ye By These Stonesf—
address on the Occasion of the Dedication of
the Los Angeles County General Hospital;
Editor-in-Chief of Health Magazine.
Memberships: Los Angeles Clinical Patho-
logical Soc, Los Angeles County Medical
Assn.; Calif. State Medical Assn.; Amer.
Medical Assn.; Amer. Assn. of the History
of Medicine; Public Health League of Calif.;
Hollywood Academy of Medicine; Univ. Club
of Los Angeles (Calif.), Fellow, Amer. Col-
lege of Physicians.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Rose gardening.
Bus. Address: 312 No. Boyle Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 1738 Chelsea Rd., San Mar-
no, Calif. •

MAGNIN. Rabbi Edgar Fogel.

A.B., B.H.

Rabbi, Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Los An-

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), July 1, 1890;
s. of Lilly (Fogel) and Sam Magnin.
Education: Walnut Hills High School (Cin-
cinnati); Univ. of Cincinnati; Hebrew Un-
ion College.

Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Cincinnati, 1913;
B.H. and Rabbi, Hebrew Union College (Cin-
cinnati), 1914.

Married: Evelyn, d. of Belle and Henry Ros-
enthal in Cincinnati (Ohio), June 15, 1916;
ch. : Henry David and Mae.
Prof. Record: Rabbi, Temple Israel (Stock-
ton, Calif.), 1914; Wilshire Boulevard Temple
since 1915; Lecturer, History, Univ. of So.
Calif.; Pres., Los Angeles Rabbinical Assn.;
Mem., Central Conference of Amer. Rabbis
(Arbitration and other Committees) ; Dir.,
Los Angeles Chapter Amer. Red Cross;
Mem.. Advisory Comm. Los Angeles Phil-
harmonic Orcliestra Assn.; Adv. Comm.,
Amer. Soc. for Control of Cancer; Adv.
Comm., Pan American Fellowship; Mem.,

Campaign Council, Lo.s AngeloH Community
Chest: Mem., Md., DIrs., L<')s Angeles County
Tuberculosl.s and Health Assn.; Mem., Adv.
Btl., Los Angeles Florence Crittenden Homo
Assn.; Charter Mem., Hollywwid Bowl; Dir.,
All Year Club of .So. Calif.: Hon. Mom.,
Phi Beta Delta; Mem., Theta Phi. Past
Grand President DIs. 4, B'nal B'rith. also
Life Mem., Gen. Comm.; Lecturer, Mutual
Broadcasting System (Pacific Coast).
Directorships: Rabbi, Wilshire Boulevard
Temple, Los Angeles.

Publications: Former contributor to King
Features Syndicate, Inc.

Memberships: Hon. Mem. Phi Beta Delta,
Theta Phi, Mason (."SS" Shriner), Men's Club
of Beverly Hills, Twenty Club, Breakfast
Club, Hon. Life Mem. Rotary, Hlllcrest
Country, Facultv (Univ. of So. Calif.), Hol-
lywood Press Club.
Religion: Jewish.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: 636 So. Hobart Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 615 No. Walden Dr., Beverly
Hills, Calif.

MAHONEY. Wilkie Courter

Scenarist; Playwright; Radio Author; Per-
sonal Representative, Louis Shurr Agency.

Bom: San Miguel (Calif.), June 25, 1897;
s. of Belle (Courter) and Daniel Francis

Educations: St. Matthew's Military Academy;
Santa Clara College.

Prof. Record: Actor (motion pictures), 1919-
26; contributor to humor magazines, 1926-
30; Editor, Fawcett Humor Magazines, 1930-
32; radio scripts for Ben Bernie. Ed W\-nn,
Al Jolson, 1932-37; radio and motion picture
scriptist for Bob Hope. 1937-41; Comedy Con-
structionist for B. G. DeSylva Productions
Panama Hattie, 1940-41; Writer of miscel-
laneous comedy bits and sketches for radio,
vaudeville, and night clubs. Miscellaneous
newspaper and magazine contributions. Crea-
tor of, and contributor to. Hooey Magazine
(Fawcett Pub.). All motion picture work
for Paramount Studios; screenplay for Caught
in the Draff (Buddy deSylva production for
Paramount Studios) .
Religion: Catholic.
Politics : Democrat.
Recreations: Badminton.

Bus. Address: 9165 Sunset Blvd., Hollvwood,

Home Address: 10547 Valley Spring Lane,
Toluca Lake, Calif.

MAIZE, Lillian Taft


Born: Rochester (N.Y.), d. of Frances Sarah
(Owen) and Gilbert Tillotson Taft.
Education: Received her education in Ro-
chester (N.Y.); studied through extension
courses with Univ. of Oregon, Univ. of New
York at Paris (France), Univ. of Calif. (Los
Angeles), summer course at Sorbonne

Married: Frank Palmer, s. of Caroline and
William Maize in Rochester (N.Y.), June 2,

Prof. Record: Has written short stories,
travel articles, one-act plays for Little
Theatre and radio; novel. Flight's End (Perm.



Publishing Co. of PliiladclphiaV 1935; novel,
Star of Hope (Penn. Publishing Co.), 1939.
Memberships: Calif. Writers' Guild; Alliance
Francaise de Pasadena.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: The study of French (hobby).
Home Address: 85 No. Madison Ave., Pasa-
dena. Calif.

MAIZLISH, Professor I. Paul.

B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
Professor of Physics and Mathmatics.
Born: s. of Sophia (Cooperman) and Morris

Education: Lvnn (Mass.) English High; Inst, of Tech.; Univ. of Iowa; Univ.
of Minnesota; Univ. of So. Calif.
Degrees: B.S., M.S., 1919, Mass. Inst, of
Tech.; Ph.D., U. of Minnesota, 1923.
Married: Yetta Velinsky in Shreveport (Lou-
isiana, 1927); ch.: Marvin and Mavis.
Prof. Record: Instr. at Mass. Inst, of Tech.,
U. of Iowa, Reed College, U. of Minn., Le-
high Univ.; Head of the Dept. of Phvsics
and Prof, of Physics and Mathematics, 1925-
.35 at Centenary College; Instr. in Math.,
Los Angeles City Coll., 1938-39; Instr., Ran-
kin Sch. of Aeronautics, 1941 — . Organized:
Delta Chapter of Sixma Pi Sigma, the Louis-
iana Academy of Sciences (Pres., 1927— Ed-
itor, 19,33), the So. Intercollegiate Mathema-
tics Assn. (was its first Pres.) and the Cen-
tenary College Night School (Dir., 1933-36).
Directorships: Mem. of the Bd. of the Aero-
nautics Instructors Soc; Dir., Centenary
Coll. Night School, 1933-36.
Publications: The Scattering of X-Rays;
Maxwell's Distribution LavK The Lorentzian
Electron; The Principle of Projective Covar-
iance; The Growth of Bulbs; The Evapora-
tion of Water: The Southern Intercollegiate
Mathematics Association; The Conical Pen-

Memberships: A.A.A.S.; Sigma Xi, Sigma Pi
Sigma; Math. Assn. of Amer. Astronomical
Soc. ; Aeronautics Instructors Soc. ; La. Acad,
of Sc.

Bus. and Home Address: 645 No. G St., Tu-
lare, Calif.

MAIZLISH, (Mrs.) Yetta V.. A.B., M.S.


Born: d. of Lena CReshin) and .Sam Velinsky.
Education: Shreveport ?Iigh School, (Louis-
iana); Hunter College (N.Y.); Centenary
College, Shreveport (Lbuisiana) ; Columbia
Univ. (N.Y.); Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City;
Univ. of So. Calif., Los Angeles.
Degrees: A.B., Centenary College, 1924; M.S.,
U. of Iowa, 1928.

Married: Dr. I. Paul Maizlish in Shreveport,
1927; ch.: Marvin and Mavis
Prof. Record: Secy, to the Dean, Asst. Regi-
strar, Asst. Prof, of Mathematics. Centenary
College, 1924-30; Registrar and Prof, of Ma-
thematics, Centenary College Night School,

Memberships: Sigma Xi.
Home Address: 645 No. G St., Tulare, Calif.

MAJER. Robert George. M.D.

Physician, Surgeon.

Born: Stuttgart (Germany), Oct. 13, 1900;

s. of Berta (von Wendelstein) and Max

Education: Universities of Tubingen, Berlin,
Heidelberg, Freiburg, and Koenigsberg (all
in Germany).

Degrees: M.D., Univ. of Koenigsberg, 1924.
Married: Petronelle. d. of Robert N. Som-
bert, in Booneville (Mo.), Aug. 10, 1900.
Prof. Record: Has been practicing in Los
Angeles since 1930.

Publications: Several papers about surgical
diseases of gall bladder and knee joint.
Memberships: Amer. Med. Assn.; Los An-
geles Co. Med. Soc; Los Angeles Surgical
Soc; Hollywood Acad, of Medicine.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Hunting and fishing.
Bus. Address: 2007 Wilshire Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 201 So. Lorraine Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

MAKINSON. George Albert

Diplomat; First Secretary, American Embas-
sy, Tokyo, Japan.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), March 18,
1887; s. of Mary (Saul) and George H.

Education: High School in Calif.; private tu-
tors in Europe.

Married: Matv Taft, d. of Charles Nelson
Atwater, (Captain, U.S. Navy, deceased) In
Santo Dominican Republic, March 30, 1921;
ch.: Robert Taft (b. Valparaiso, Chile, Nov.
16, 1922) ; Rosemary Showden (b. Valparaiso,
Chile, Sept. 17, 1924).

Prof. Record: Has served continuously in
Am.erican Foreign Service since 1909, having
been stationed at posts in Mexico, Honduras,
Cuba, Dominican Republic, Chile, Peru, Eng-
land, Germany and Japan. American Consul
General at Frankfort on the Main (Ger-
many), 1934-37; Consul General, Osaka and
Tokyo (Japan), 1938 and 1939. First Secy.,
American Embassy, Tokyo since April 1,

Bus. Address: American, Tokyo,

Other Address: c/o State Department, Wash-
ington, D.C.

MALCOLM, Professor Roy.

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

Professor of Political Science, University of
Southern California.

Born: Grangervllle (Calif.), April 4, 1881;
s. of Mary Elizabeth (Robinson) and John

Education: Compton (Calif.) Public Schools;
Univ. of So. Calif.

Degrees: A.B., U. of So. Calif., 1906; M.A.,
Harvard U., 1909; Ph.D., Boston U., 1910.
Married: Enid Lynn, d. of L. E. Behymer,
at Los Angeles (Calif.), Dec. 18, 1911; ch.:
Roy Lynden, Laurin Ronald, Enid Jean.
Prof. Record: Asst. Professor of History and
Political Science, U. of So. Calif., 1910-16,
Prof of Political Sci., 1916—. Visiting Prof.,
Political Sci., U. of Washington, 1929; Ex-
change Prof., Political Sci., same, 1934;
Civic Secy., Los Angeles City Club, 1921-22.
Delegate from Calif, to Progressive Nation-
al Convention, 1916. Member of Speakers'
Bureau, World War I., 1918.



I'uhlKiitioiin: The Hiiiril <i/ Ainriu<in IJiiiki-

crac)/; Anwrirtni Democritcy llrwfritid.

Memhcrships: Knlghl Tcmpl.'ir; University

Club (Los AiiK'olos); I'hl Beta Kappa; I'l

Sitima Alpha; Kappa Ali)ha.

Religion: Methoilist.

Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Soulhorn California,

Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 8(57 Muirfiold Ud., Los An-

golos. Calif.



Born: El Paso (Te.xas), Jan. 27, 1899; s. of
Katherine Hayden (Krause) and James Wad-
dell Malcolmson.
Education: Univ. of Illinois.
Degrees: B.S., 1920, A.B., 1921, U. of 111.
Married: Esther Margaret, d. of Walter S.
Van Doren, at Champaign (111.), Feb. 3, 1922;
ch. : Molly Ann.

Prof. Record: Asst. Engineer, Lucky Tiger
Gold Mine, Sonora (Mexico) ; Labor Manager,
Hart Schaffner and Marx, 1922-24; Writer
and Lecturer, lectured on writing for Univ.
of Calif, extension division, 1927, 1928. Lit-
erary consultant and collaborator. Author of
stories and articles in: Coronet; American
Home; Saturday Evening Post; Harper's
Bazaar; etc. Among books authored are: A
Story's Plot, 1931; Lectures and Letters, 1936;
Ten Heroes (Duell, Sloan and Pearce, Inc.,
New York, 1941) ; Sierra Outpost (co-author
in collaboration with Lila Lofberg, scheduled
for autumn, 1941, pub. Duell, Sloan and
Pearce, Inc.).

Army Service: Enlisted as Private in United
States Marine Corps, World War I; honor-
ably discharged in Jan., 1919 as Gunnery
Sergeant, U.S.M.C.
Awards: Sharpshooter, U.S.M.C.
Memberships: Tau Kappa Epsilon; Tau Beta
Pi; PhU Beta Kappa.
Politics: Independent.

Home Address: 544 Rustic Rd., Santa Mon-
ica, Calif.

Other Address: c/o Duell, Sloan and Pearce,
Inc., 270 Madison Ave., New York City.

MALLON, Professor Marguerite Gene-
vieve, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Nutritionist; Asst. Prof, of Home Economics,
LTniv. of Calif, at Los Angeles.
Born: Bluomington (111.); d. of Margaret
(Walsh) and John P. Mallon.
Education: Chicago Pub. Schs.: Lewis Inst.;
Univ. of Chicago.

Degrees: B.S., Lewis Inst., 1915; M.S., 1916,
and Ph.D., 1926, U. of Chicago.
Prof. Record: Instr., Miss. State Coll. for
Women (Columbus), 1916-17, Head, Home
Economics Dept., same, 1917-18; Instr., Home
Economics, Purdue Univ. (Lafayette, Ind.),
1918-20, Asst. Prof., 1920-33, Assu. Prof.,
1933-36; Asst. Prof, of Home Economics. U.
of Calif, at Los Angeles, since 1936.
Publications: Research publications on cal-
cium metabolism studies in scientific journals.
Mem,berships : Amer. Assn. of Univ. Women;
Sigma Beta Theta, Sigma Xi, Omicron Nu,
Kappa Mu Sigma.
Religion : Catholic.
Politics: Independent.


h'i-iii(ilt(inn: Walking.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Callfornl;i, W. I^s
Angele.s, Calif.

Home Address: 1036 Tiverton Ave., Ix)H An-
geles, Calif.

MALONE, Joseph J.

Corporation l':xc(utive; I'resident, Wllshlre
Federal Savings and Loan A.ssn.; President,
Malone-Wohrly Realty Company, Realtors.
Born: Philadelphia (Pa.), Jan. 29; s. of Cath-
erine and Joseph Malone.
Education: Colorado Springs (Colo.).
Married: Bernice, d. of Mabel and Dr. Thomas
Randall, at Los Angeles (Calif.;, Aug. 31;
ch.: three.

Prof. Record: Associated with Colorado
Springs Gazette as newspaperman ; served as
Asst. Secy., Colorado Springs Chamber of
Commerce; came to Los Angeles to enter Fa-
mous Players-Lasky Studios as Technician;
later organized Malone-Wehrly Realty Co.
(specializing in management of business and
industrial properties) ; at present President,
Wilshire Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
Directorships: Pres., Malone-Wehrly Realty
Co., Realtors; Secy., Jonathan Club; Pres.,
Wilshire Federal Savings & Loan.
Memberships: Jonathan Club; Knights of Co-
lumbus; Nat. Assn. of Certified Property
Managers of America; Nat. Assn. of Real
Estate Boards.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics: Independent.

Bus. Address: 4155 W. Fifth St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 842 Westchester PI., Los An-
geles, Calif.


Motion Picture and Stage Director.

Born: Tiflis (Caucasus, Russia), Oct. 8, 1898;

s. of Virginie (Kalantarian) and Zachary


Education: Lycee Montaigne, Paris (France);
Tiflis Gymnasium, Tiflis, and Moscow Univ.

Degrees: Law degrees, Moscow U.
Prof. Record: Went to London from Paris,
1920; had charge of group of Russian play-
ers. At age of 24 directed first English pro-
duction. The Beating on the Door, at St.
James Theatre (London. Eng.), Nov., 1922.
Brought to Rochester (New York), by (3€0.
Eastman in Aug. 1923, to direct the American
Opera Co. For three yrs., until 1926, was
Dir. of Production, Eastman Theatre, pro-
ducing grand operas, operettas, dramas and
stage shows, among which were: Carmen;
Faust; Boris Godounoff; Shanewis; Sister
Beatrice; Gilbert and Sullivan operettas. Or-
ganized and directed the Eastman Theatre
School. Went to New York City in 1926 as
Director of Theatre Guild School. First pro-
duction of play on Broadway was Porgy, for
the Theatre Guild School, Oct. 10, 1927;
this was followed by: Marco Millions, 1928;
Wings Over Europe, 1928; Congai, 1929; R.
U.R., 1929; The Game of Life and Death,
1929; A Farewell to Arms, 1930; Solid South,
1930; A Month in the Country, 1931; Hand
of Fate (an opera) at the Metropolitan Opera
House with Leopold Stokowski and the Phila-
delphia Orchestra, 1931. Directed first pic-
ture for Paramount (Long Island studio) in
1928. Came to Hollywood and has since di-
rected the following pictures: City Streets,


1931- Dr. Jpkvll and Mr. Hyde. 1931; Lnve
Me Tomght. 1932: Song of Song.t, 1933;
Queen Christina, 1933; We Live Again. 1934;
Becky Sharp, 1935; The Gay Desperado.
1936- High. Wide and Handsome. 1937; Gol-
den Boy. 1939; The Mark of Zorro.. 1940:
Blood and Sand. 1941; Directed and staged
opera Porgy and Bess (music by George Ger-
shwinl, for Theatre Guild (New York). 1935,
same production in Los Angeles and San
Francisco in 1938.

Awards: Italian award for film Dr. Jekyll
and Mr. Hyde. 1932: won New York Film
Critics Award for "best of direction of 1936"
for film The Gay Desperado.
Recreations: Sports, photography, writing,
collecting old coins and hand-carved figures.
Bus. Address: 20th Century-Fo.x Studio, Bev-

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