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Skaife, in San Francisco, Oct. 4, 1910; ch.:

Prof. Record: Roustabout to Well Driller,
Caribou Oil Co.. 1907; Prodn. Foreman, ad-
vancing to Mgr.. No. Amer. Oil Consolidated,
1909-14; Supt.. later Vice-Pres. and Dir. in
Charge of Prodn.. Shell Oil Co. of Calif.,
1914-25; Gen. Mgr. of Prodn., Royal Dutch
Shell Group, 1925-28: Pres., Pacific Western
Oil Co., 1928-31; Receiver, Richfield Oil Co.,
Pan Amer. Oil Co. (Calif.), 1931-37; Chmn.,
Exec. Com., Richfield Oil Corp., Apr. -Aug.,
1937; now an Independent Oil Operator.
Directorships: Pres., Wilmington Gasoline Co.

MemberRhipti: Calif. Inst. Asso.s.; California
'Los Angeles), Bohemian, and J'aciric Union
Clubs f.San Francl.sco).
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 5.'55 So. Flower St., I>fjs An-
geles, Calif.

Horne Address: 1120 Old Mill Rd., Pasadena,

McENERNEY. Garret William.

B.S., D.C.L.

Born: Napa (Calif.), Febr. 17, 1865; s. of
Margaret (Gunoude) and John McEnerney.
Education: Pub. and private schools at Napa;
Sacramento Inst, conducted by Christian
Brothers; St. Mary's Coll. (S.F.); studied
law at Napa.

Degrees: B.S., St. Mary's Coll., 1881; D.C.L. ,
Cath. Univ. of Amer., 1915
Married: (1) Elizabeth Hogan of Napa, Aug.
20, 1896 (dec. Sept. 25. 1900); (2) Genevieve,
d. of Mary Josephine Armstrong (Davis) and
Will S. Green, Apr. 14, 1903 (dec. June 7,

Prof. Record: Practiced law in San Fran-
cisco, since 1886; was Atty. for State and
San Francisco Bds. of Health, 1896-99; Coun-
sel for U.S., representing Archbishop and
Bishops of Calif, in arbitration between U.S.
and Me.xico at the Hague, in relation to the
Pious Fund of the Californias, 1902; pro-
moted passage by legislature, after San Fran-
cisco earthquake and fire, 1906, and defended
validity in courts, of the "McEnerney Act"
to permit owners of real property to restore
their record titles which were lost by de-
struction of the pub. records.
Directorships: Regent, Univ. of Calif, since

Religion : Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 2002 Hobart Bldg.. San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1998 Broadway, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

McEVOY, Joseph Patrick


Born: New York City, Dec. 21, 1894; s. of
Mary A. (McCabe) and Patrick Griffin Mc-

Education: Univ. of Notre Dame.
Married: Margaret Santry, Las Vegas, Nev.,
Dec. 19. 1936; ch. : Dorothy, Dennis, Pa-
tricia, and Peggy.

Publications: Slams of Life (verse), 1919;
The Potters (comedy), 1920; The Comic Sup-
plement (revue), 1924; Americana (revue),
1926; God Loves Us (drama), 1926; Alles
Ooop (revue), 1927; New Americana (revue),
1928; Show Girl (novel), 192S: Hollywood Girl
(novel), 1929; Denny and the Dumb Cluck
(novel), 1930; Mr. Noodle (novel). 1931; Are
You Listening? (novel), 1932; New Ameri-
cana (revue), 1932; Stars in Your Eyes
(revue), 1939; Father Meets Son (essays),

Memberships: Dutch Treat. Overseas Press,
and The Players Clubs.
Religion : Roman Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Home Address: 50 Malibu Colony, Pacific
Palisades, Calif. •



McEWEN, Professor George Francis,

A.B.. Ph.D., F.A.A.A.S.

Profe.ssor of Physical Oceanography, The
Scripps Instn. of Oceanography.
Born: Manche.ster (Iowa), June 16, 1882; s.
of Lillian (Dodson) and John Freemont Mc-

Education: Public School of Manchester
(Iowa); Iowa St. Coll. (Civil Engr. course);
Leland Stanford Univ. (Physics course).
Degrees: A.B., 1908, and Ph.D., 1911, Stan-
ford Univ.

Married: Mae Alice, d. of Dora Ellen (Eastin)
and Sherman Thomas Winner, in Hamilton
(Mo.), June 18, 1912; ch.: Paul Albert, and
Dora Ellen.

Prof. Record: Has held various positions in
the fields of edn. and scientific research at
Stanford Univ., Univ. of Nev., Univ. of 111.,
and Univ. of Calif. (Scripps Instn.), from
1907 to the present; in residence on the staff
of the Scripps Instn. since 1912, where he
makes investigations in the field of Phy.
Oceanography and in certain problems of
Meteorology involving correlations and cycles.
Publications: Author of numerous scientific
papers on Oceanography, Meteorology, Hy-
drology, and statistical methods published in
the University of California Press, Monthly
Weather Review, Proceedings of the National
Research Council, and other technical jour-

Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Acad, of Arts
and Sciences; Math. Assn. of Amer.; Amer.
Meteorological Soc. (Councilor, 1935-37, Vice-
Pres., 1938-39); Calif. Acad, of Science; San
Diego Nat. Hist. Soc; Amer. Phys. Soc;
Amer. Math. Soc; Inst, of Math. Statistics;
Amer. Geophysical Union; Amer. Geograph-
ical Soc; Amer. Statistical Assn.; Engineers
(Pres. 1935), and Writers Clubs (San Diego);
Amer. Math. Soc; Sigma Xi, Phi Beta Kappa.
Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Traveling and walking.
Bus. and Home Address: The Scripps Instn.
of Oceanography, La Jolla, Calif. *

McFADDEN, Arthur James,

B.S., LL.B.

President, Irvine Valencia Growers and South-
ern Orange County Persimmon Growers Asso-

Born: Santa Ana (Calif.), Aug. 2, 1881;
s. of Flora (Babcock) and Robert McFad-

Education: Pomona Coll.; Harvard Law Sch.
Degrees: B.S., Pomona Coll., 1901; LL.B.
Harvard Law Sch., 1904.

Married: Anna, d. of Almina and William
Hall Kelso, in Inglewood, Calif., May 18,
1905; ch.: Mary Hines, Edith Lindsey, Anna-
bel, Robert, and Flora.

Bus. Record: Lawyer, 1904-07; Fruit Grower,
since 1907.

Directorships: Pres., Irvine Walnut Growers
Assn.; Vice-Pres., Calif. Walnut Growers
Assn.; Past-Pres., Calif. State Chamber
of Commerce; Dir., Calif. Fruit Exchange,
So. Calif. Edison Co., and Pacific Mutual
Life Ins. Co.; Trustee, Pomona Coll.

Memberships: University Club of Los An-
geles .

Religion: United Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing and hunting.
Bus. and Home Address: 1108 No. Main St..
Santa Ana, Calif.

McFADDEN. Professor Effie Belle.


Professor Emeritus, San Francisco State

Born- Delhi (Delaware Co., New York), Sept.
1, 1S72; d. of Bettie (Christie) and Archibald

Education: Santa Ana Elementary and High
Schools; Los Angeles Normal School (now
Univ. of Calif., Los Angeles).
Degrees: A.B., Stanford Univ., 1900.
Prof Record: Teacher, Elementary School,
Tustin; Supervisor, Oakland Elementary
Schools: now Prof. Emeritus, San Francisco
State Coll.

Publications: Methods of Teaching Language,
1904; A Course of Study in Language for Ele-
mentary Schools, 1909; McFadden Language
Series, 1915; McFadden English Series, 1923;
.Juniors Own Composition Boo^ (with Leon-
ard), 1928; Self Instruction Exercises in For-
mal Language (with Anderson), 1929.
Memberships: Kappa Delta Pi: Women's City
Club (San Francisco) ; American Assn. of
Univ. Women; Garden Club of Palo Alto;
N.E.A. (Life Mem.)
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Gardening.

Home Address: 630 Seale Ave., Palo Alto,

McFARLAND. The Reverend O. Scott.

A.B., S.T.B., D.D.

Minister, First Presbyterian Church.
Born: Iberia (Ohio), Apr. 19, 1889; s of
Mary Alice (Colmery) and Charles N. Mc-

Education: Iberia (Ohio), High Sch., 1904;
Ohio Wesleyan Univ.; Western Theological
Seminary; Occidental Coll.
Degrees: A.B., Ohio Wesleyan Univ., 1909;
STB, Western Theological Seminary, 1913 ;
D D., Occidental College and Univ. of Du-
buque, 1939.

Married: Ila B., d. of Clara L. and George
B Wiltsie, in Forest, Ohio, June IS, 1913;
ch.: John W., Mary Lou Meece, and Alice

Prof Record: Minister, Presbyterian Church,
Cross Creek (Pa.), 1913-16; Potter Memorial
Presby. Ch., Mingo Junction (Ohio), 1916-18;
First Presby. Ch., New Brighton (Pa.), 1918-
25; First Presby. Ch., Homestead (Pa.),
1925-27; First Presby. Ch. , Santa Ana (Calif.)
since 1927; Moderator of the Synod of Calif,
of the Presby. Ch., 1938.

Directorships: Dir., Santa Ana Valley Hos-

Memberships: Rotary (Past-Pres.); Mason.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Hiking, and trout fishing.



niin. Addrins: First Proshy. Churrh, Sixth <'it
Sycamore. Santa Ana, Calif.
Ilonir Adilrrnii: 1808 Ilcllnlrope Dr., Santa
Ana, Calif.

McGAW. Blanche Evelyn Baldwin, I'oot, Musician.

Rom: San Francisco, March 18, IST-I; d. of
Millie Eva (Wehn) and Orville Dwight Bald-

Education: Public and private schools, and
School of Fine Arts (San Francisco).
Married: John, s. of Fannie and David Mc-
Gaw, Brentford (England); ch.: Baldwin,
Evelvn Victoria (wife of Capt. Ellsworth Har-
per Van Patten, U.S.N.)

Prof. Record: Has received several first
prizes for oil paintings in public exhibitions
in San Francisco and New Yorlc City.
Past-Pres., Pacific Musical Club; Past Vice-
Pres., Chairman of Programs, San Franci-sco
Musical Club: Past Regent. La Puerta De
Oro Chapter. Daughters of American Revolu-
tion, twice Pres. of Channing Auxiliary, San
r ranciscol.

Publications: BooI< of poems, Joys of Life are
Little Things (pub. by A. M. Robertson; San

Memberships: National Society of Colonial
Dames in America; Nat. Soc. Daughters of
Patriots and Founders of America; Daughters
of the American Revolution; Century Club
(Calif.); San Francisco Musical Club; S.F.
Art Assn.; S.F. Society of Women Artists;
Pro America; English Speai<ing Union; Nat.
Soc. of Amer. Pen Women.
Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Music, painting, writing, travel.
Home Address: 150 El Camino Del Mar.,
San Francisco, Calif.

McGETTIGAN, Francisco Vallejo

Composer, Writer. Poet; Owner and Manager
The Park Sanitarium.

Education: St. Vincent's Convent (Vallejo);
Dominican Coll. (San Rafael, Calif.).
Married: Dr. Charles D., s. of Edward T.
McGettigan, in San Francisco, Jan. 22, 1902;
ch. : Noel, Carroll. Paul, Bernard, Kevin,
Daniel and Edward Platon.
Prof. Record: Owner and Mgr., The Park
Sanitarium, for past ten yrs.; Radio Pro-
gram "California History and Romance"
(sponsored) three times weekly for eight
months in 1936; has written musical scores
for Mission San Juan Bautista Pageant for
past six yrs. ; Composed musical scores for San
Francisco Junior League, 1926-27, Oakland,
1928; incidental music used in motion pic-
ture The Cradle Song; given many series
of original concerts, readings, and inter-
pretive dance numbers throughout the State,
assisting artists, Grace Boles Hedge (Sop.),
Romona Carillo (Spanish Dancer), and Colin
Harvey (Baritone).

Directorships: Pres., Park Sanitarium Assn.;
Poetry Chmn., San Francisco Branch, Natl.
League Amer. Pen Women; Past-Pres., Wo-
men's Auxiliary of Calif. Pioneer Soc.
Publications: Ocho Canciones, a book of
eight Spanish Calif, songs, original, not ar-
rangements (Wesley Webster), 1934; San
Francisco, Our Own, theme song used at
S. F. Bldg. during recent World's Fair (Web-

.ster); Authf)r of .song Cnlitorni'i, .selected an

.Slate .Song l)y Daui^hters of Amer, Revolution,

19.'t2. and lilnr Ilcron, Stay, and A Sweet

Land in Ireland.

Awards: Received Innumerable prizes and

awards for music and poetry for fifteen


Memberships: Natl. League Amer. Pen Wo-
men; Women's Auxiliary Calif. Pioneers.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics: Democratic.

Recreations: Creative work, musical and lit-

Bus. Address: 1500 Page St., San Francisco,

Home Address: 2644 Filbert St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

McGIFFERT, Jr.. The Reverend Ar-
thur Cushman, A.B., M.A., B.D., D.D.

Theologian; President, Pacific School of

Born: Cincinnati (Ohio), Nov. 27, 1892; s. of
Gertrude Huntington (Boyce) and Arthur
Cushman McGiffert.

Education: Harvard Coll.; Columbia Univ.;
Union Theological Seminary; Harvard Div-
inity Sch. ; Univ. of Zurich.
Degrees: A.B., Harvard, 1913; M.A., Colum-
bia U., 1917; B.D., Union Theological Sem-
inary, 1917; D.D. (Hon.), Chicago Theo-
logical Seminary, 1939.

Married: Elisabeth, d. of Samuel A. Eliot,
in Cambridge (Mass.), May 29, 1917; ch.;
David Eliot, Michael, and Ellen.
Prof. Record: Minister. All Souls CHiurch
(Lowell), 1920-26; Prof, of Theology, Chi-
cago Theological Seminary, 1926-39; Pres.,
Pacific Sch. of Religion, since 1939.
Publications: Jonathan Edwards (Harpers).
1932; Christianity as History and Faith (ed.
Scribners), 1934; Young Emerson Speaks
(ed. Houghton Mifflin), 1938.
Army Service: First Lieut, and (Chaplain, Res.
Memberships: Delta Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa;

Religion: Congregational.

Politics: Independent.

Bus. Address: 179S Scenic Ave., Berkeley,

Home Address: 77 Tamalpais Rd., Berkeley,
Calif.; Mount Desert, Maine.

McGOVNEY, Professor Dudley Odell.

A.B., M.A., LL.B.

Prof, of Law, Sch. of Jurisprudence of Calif.

Born: Hunington (Ind.). June 23. 1877; s.

of Florence Louisa (Wright) and Samuel

Taylor McGovney.

Degrees: A.B., Ind. Univ., 1901; M.A.,

Harvard Univ., 1904; LL.B., Columbia Univ..


Married: Laura Woodburn (of Bloomington.
Ind.), in Manila (P.I.), April 22, 1902; ch.:
Richard Burritt. Margarita, and Ruth.
Prof. Record: Instr. in Gtovt., Insular Normal
Sch., Manila (P. I.), 1901-03; Instr. in Polit.
Science, Ind. Univ., summer of 1907; Instr.
of Law. Univ. of 111., 1907-08; Prof, of Law,
1908-14, and Dean. 1913-14. of Law Dept.,
Tulane Univ.; Prof .of Law, Univ. of Mo.,
1914-16; Dean, Coll. of Law, State Univ. of
la.. 1916-21; Prof, of Law, State Univ. of la..



1921-25; Prof, of Law, Sch. of Jurisprudence,
Univ. of Calif, since 1925. Formerly Lec-
turer, summer sessions. Law Depts. of Col-
umbia Univ. and Univs. of Chicago, Wis.,
and Mich.; Visiting Prof, of Law, Yale
Univ. Sch. of Law, 1927-28.
Publications: Civil Government in the Phil-
lippines, 1903: Stories of Long Ago in the
Philippines, 1906; Cases on Constitutional
Law, 1929 (2nd edit. 1935, with supplement
1937) ; Contbr. on legal topics.
Army Service: Corporal, Co. H, 159th Ind.
Vols., Spanish-American War.
Memberships: Assn. Amer. Law Schs. (Exec.
Com., 1912-15*; Order of the Coif; Conf. on
Law of Contracts and the Law of Corpns.;
Amer. Law Inst.; Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma
Chi, Phi Delta Phi.

Bus. Address: School of Jurisprudence, Univ.
of California, Berkeley, Calif.
Home Address: 1598 Le Roy Ave., Berkeley,

McGUINNESS, James Kevin

Writer and Producer of Motion Pictures.
Born: New York City, Dec. 20, 1894; s. of
Mary Ellen (Duffy i and John McGuinness.
Education: Pub. schools and Stuyvesant High
Sch. (N.Y.C.) ; New York Univ.
Married: Lucie, d. of Baron von Ledermann-
Wartberg, in Las Vegas (Nev.), Oct. 27, 1940.
Prof. Record: Newspaperman in N.Y.C,
1919-27, Conducted columns for N.Y. Eve-
ning Telegram, N.Y. Evening Sun, N.Y. Eve-
ning Post; originated "Talk of the Town"
Dept. of the New Yorker. Entered motion
pictures in 1927 with Fox Film Corpn.;
under contract to M-G-M., since 1933; pro-
duced or written more than si.xty motion pic-
tures; at present, Executive Producer for

Army Record: Served on Mexican Border as
Private, 71st Infantry, New York Nat. Guard
and in same regiment (subsequently 105th
Infantry, 27th Div.) during World War I,
Commd. 2nd Lieut., promoted 1st Lieut.,
discharged from service Feb. 15, 1919.
Memberships: The Players CN.Y.), Lakeside
(3olf Club (Hollywood).
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Independent.
Recreations: Golf and sv.'imming.
Bus. Address: Metro-Goldwj'n-Mayer Stu-
dios, Culver City, Calif.

Home Address: 7634 Vista del Mar,, Playa
del Key, Calif.

McGUIRE, Alfred Russel

Gen. Mgr., Alhambra-Shumway Mines, Inc.
Born: Malaga (Nova Scotia), May 18, 1889;
s. of Harriet (Heimbach) and John Mc-

Education: East Troy (Wis.) High Sch.; Univ.
of Wis., 1907-11.

Degrees: M.E., Univ. of Wis., 1911.
Married: Edna Ericson: ch. : Donald.
Prof: Record: Supt., Cuyuna Sultana Iron
Co. (Minn.), 1912-15 (where devel. improved
method for driving spiling through quick-
sand) and did considerable research on
magnetic concentration of Manganiferous
ores at Dings Plant, Milwaukee (Wis.);
Underground Supt., Pittsburgh Steel Ore

Co., Riverton (Minn.), 1916; Gen. Cons.,
Extensive Ranching Bus.; Chmn., Mendota
Irrig. Dist., West. Coast, 1919; Dir., Or-
ganizer, Carson Hill Gold Min. Corpn. (Mel-
ones, Calif.) (later controlled by Anglo-
Amer. Min. Co.), 1930; constructed first
complete Dragline Dredge (Doodle Bug), Lynx
Creek (Ariz), 1932; Operated Old Channel
Hydr. Mine, Grant Pass (Ore.), 1935-37;
acquired Becker-Hopkins Single Bucket
Dredge Pats, (now being mfrd. by Yuba
Mfg. Co., San Francisco), 1938; Gen. Mgr.,
Alhambra-Shumway Mines, Inc., since 1938.
Directorships: Gen. Mgr. and Dir., Standard
Mines, Inc. (Alaska Dredging); Pres., Pamico
Inc., Ltd. (Holding Co. Dredge Patents):
Vice-Pres., Mid-Cal., Inc., Ltd. (Oil Royalty
Holding Co.)

Army Service: Transf. from 65th Engrs. to
"Heavy Tank Corps" where Commanded Co.
B., 30ist H.T.B., U.S.A., 1917.
Memberships: Univ., Sequoia (Fresno); Amer.
Inst, of Min. and Metal. Engrs.
Bus Address: Helm Bldg., Fresno, Calif.
Home Address: 941 Clinton, Fresno, Calif.

McGUIRE, John A.


Born: Farm, near Des Moines (la.), Apr. 20,
1869; s. of Mary (Mc(3onigle) and Michael

Education: Pub. Schs. of Iowa.
Married: (2) Dboie L. Carper, d. of Virginia
(Hamilton) Carper, Denver (Colo.), July 31,
1901; ch.: Gertrude, Harry, Virginia May.
Bus. Record: Began learning printing trade
at 13; Founder, Cycling West (weekly journ-
al), Denver, and pub., 1893-98; Founder, 1898.
Owner and Editor until 1931, Outdoor Life
Magazine; since then has devoted time to
investments; former Pres., Liberty Highway;
engaged in 22 big game hunting and scienti-
fic collecting expeditions; species of caribou
(Rangifer mcguirei) and a sailtish of Fla.
Waters (Istibphorus mcquirei) named in his
honor; pioneer in Idea of giving protection
to bears in U.S.

Directorships: Trustee, Colo. Mus. Natural

Publications: In the Alaska-Yukon Gamelands
(D. Appleton-Century Co.), 1920.
Memberships: Amer. Museum of Natural
Historv; Amer. Game Protective Assn.;Izaak
Walton League; Natl. Economic League; Que-
tico-Superior Council (Mem.. Advisory Bd.);
Colo. Mus. of Nat. Hist.; Campfire Club of
Chicago; Boone and Crockett Club (New
York) .

Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Hunting and fishing.
Home Address: 173 No. Mansfield Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

McHENRY, Professor Dean Eugene.

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

Assistant Professor of Political Science,

University of California, Los Angeles.

Born: Lompoc (Santa Barbara Co., Calif.),

Oct 18, 1910; s. of Virgie (Hilton) and

William T. McHenry.

Education: La Purisima Sch.; Lompoc Junior

High Sch.; Van Nuys High Sch.; Univ. of

Calif, at Los Angeles; Stanford Univ.;



Univ. of Calif, at Bcrki'loy ; I.ondon Sch. of

ncgrcm; A.B., U.C.L.A., 1932; M.A., Stan-
ford v.. 1<)3;5; Ph.D., U. of Calif., 1!):«5.
Mixrricd: Jane, d. of Dr. VVlUium Henry
Snyder. In Claromont (Calif.), Feb. 2;{, 1935;
ch.: Sally (1937) and Dean, Jr. (1939).
Prof. Record: Inslr. In Polillcal Science,
Williams Coll.; Asst. Prof, of Political Sci-
ence, Pa. Stale Coll.; now Asst. Prof, of
Political Science. U.C.L.A.

Publications: The Labour Party in Transi-
tion. lO.-il-.'iH (UoutledRC. London). 19.38; A
New Legislature for Modern California (The
Ilaynes Foundation. Los Angeles i. 1940; His
Majesty's Opposition. 1931-3S (U. of Calif,
x'ress. Berkeley). 1910.
Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Craftsmanship and athletics.
Bus. Address: 405 HUgard Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 624 Holmby Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

McHENRY. (Mary) Frances

Actress, Author.

Born: Clyde (Kan.). Sept. 28. 1885; d. of

Josephine Frost Maxwell and John Freeman


Education: Calif. Public Schools (Hollister
and Priest's Valley); Concordia (Kan.) (music
at convent); Missouri Wesleyan Coll.; also
private tutors in Piano, Guitar. French. Art.
Spanish, etc.; Chicago Acad, of Fine Arts.
Married: (1) Fritz Hanlein (Symphony Con-
ductor). (2) The Honorable Arthur C.
McHenry. in Chicago.

Prof. Record: For many years billed through-
out the U.S. and Canada as "America's Most
Versatile Star." Has played over 300 lead-
roles ranging from imitations of Harry
Lauder and Vesta Tilley to Merely Mary Ann,
Peg o' My Heart, Madame X, Juliet, Charlotte
Bronte, Tess of the D'Urbervilles, Lola Mon-
tez. Girl of the Golden West, The Riddle
Woman, and Salome; featured under the
management of Chas. Frohman; wrote and
directed Southivest Pageant with a cast of 500
(designed all costumes and settings) ; conduct-
ed the Internat. Forums; first woman ever to
manage and direct own theatre and play the
featured roles; dramatic editor and critic;
contributed to magazines and newspapers
(mostly dramatic reviews and articles on
the theatre) ; operated the Dominion Theatre
in Ottowa (Canada) ; Member of faculty of
Oklahoma Teacher's Coll; Dramatic Supervis-
or. Oklahoma Conservatory of Music.
Publications: Great Actors; My Life in the
American Theatre; Johnny Appleseed; South-
west Pageant, Sarah Bernhardt; Birds of
Passage; A Dog's Life; Future Indefinite; The
Great Adventure; Just Beyond; Lola Montez,
etc. Musical compositions: Parted; Swanee
Lament; Depression in Sepia; Frank Farewell;
Some Day Before I Die; also lyrics for mus-
ical settings by Elliott Carpenter.
Memberships: Walrus Club.
Recreations: Horseback riding (only woman
ever known to have ridden horse on a tread-
mill) ; musical composition; collecting of an-
tiques (Americana, Calif orniana and rare
books) ; designing (created the first low-
backed evening gowns for the screen) ; and
interior decorating.

Home Address: 1007 Figueroa Terrace. Los
Angeles, Calif.

McINERNY, Tr., Cornelius William., LL.B.

Lawyer; City Attorney, City of Santa Mon-
ica; Partner, Mclnerny and Torrance.
Born: Los Angele.s, Mar. 27, 1904; s. of (Berncro) and Cornelius Mclnerny.
Education: Univ. of Calif, at Berkeley.
Degrees: A.B., 192(5, LL.B., 1928, U. of Calif.
Married: Margaret, d. of Adele A. (.Smith)
and G. G. Bundy, in Santa Barbara (Calif.),
Nov. 16, 1937; ch. : Cornelius Bundy.
Prof. Record: Entered law firm of Coffin,
Rhodes and Mclnerny, 1928; Deputy City
Atty., City of .Santa Monica. 1928-.34; law
firm of Mclnerny and Torrence since 1935;
Asst. City Attorney. 19.36-37, City Attorney,
City of Santa Monica since 1937.
Memberships: Theta Chi. Phi Delta Phi, Phi

Religion: Catholic.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 408 Bay Cities Bldg., Santa
Monica, Calif.

Home Address: 203 20th St., Santa Monica,
Calif. •

Mcintosh. Charles Kenneth

Chairman of the Board, The Bank of
California, N.A.

Born: Connersville (Ind.), July 23, 1867;
s. of Elizabeth Whitley (Martindale) and
James Cottingham Mcintosh.
Education: Pub. Schs. of Ind.; DePauw Univ.
(Greencastle, Ind.)

Married: Mary Aileen, d. of Mary C. and
Frank W. Goad, in San Francisco. Apr. 7,
1897; ch.: Mary Aileen and James (Jordon.
Bus. Record: Entered employ of First Natl.
Bank (San Francisco), 1889. elected Asst.
Cashier. Oct. 1900; elected Vice-Pres.. San
Francisco NatL Bank, 1905, The Bank of
California, 1910 (when amalgamation with
the San Francisco Natl. Bank was effected);
elected Pres.. The Bank of Calif., N.A., 1925,
elected Chmn. of the Bd. of same, 1938,
and now holds that office.

Directorships: The Bank of Calif., N.A.;
Calif. Packing Corp. ; Federal Reserve Bank
of San Francisco; Firemen's Fund Ins. Co.;
Merchants E.xchange. Inc.; Occidental In-
demnity Co.; Pacific Gas and Electric Co.;
Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co. ; Russ
Bldg. Co. ; San Francisco and Fresno Land

Memberships: The Pacific Union and Burl-
Ingame Country Clubs; Phi Kappa Psi.
Bus. Address: 400 California St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1925 (3ough St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Mcintosh. Raymond

Judge. Superior Court of the State of Cali-

Born: Douglastown (New Brunswick, Can.),
July 18, 1886; s. of Alfaretta (Henderson)
and Donald M. Mcintosh.

Education: Partridge Academy (Duxbury,
Mass.), Univ. of 111.; Stanford Univ.

Married: Theodora Anna, d. of CJeneral Theo-
dore Snyders (Netherlands) in The Hague
(Holland) ; ch. : Donald Malcolm.



Prof Record: Practiced law in San Francisco,
19''2- Dep. Dist. Atty. of Crescent City (Cal-

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