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1927, Prof, of Economics and Statistics since

1931, Columbia Univ. Besides teaching pro-
fession, has been Chief Statistician, Joint
Comm. on Taxation and Retrenchment (New
York), 1922; Chmn., Comm. on (3ovt. Statis-
tics and Information Services, 1934; Chmn.,
Conf. on Price Research, 1935-40; Mem.,
Research Staff, Natl. Bur. on Econ. Re-
search (New York), since 1925.
Publications: Contemporary Theories of Un-
employment (Columbia Univ. Press), 1917;
Statistical Methods (Henry Holt), 1924 (rev.
ed., 1937) ; The Behavior of Prices, 1927,
Economic Tendencies in the United States,

1932, Prices in Recession and Recovery (Natl.



Bur of Econ. Research), 1936. Joint Author:
The Trend of Economics (Knopf), 1924; Re-
cent Economic Changes (Natl. Bur. of Econ.
Research), 1929.

Army Service: Plattsburg Training Camp,
1917- Mem., A.E.F., 1917-19; commissioned
2nd Lieut., 150th Field Artillery; 1st Lieut.,
316th Field Artillery.

Meinberships: Fellow, Amer. Acad, of Arts
and Sciences; Royal Econ. Soc; Econometric
soc- Amer. Assn. for the Advancement of
Science: Amer. Statl. Assn. (Pres., 1934);
Mem , Acad, of Political Science, Amer. Econ.
Assn. (Pres., 1940). Century, Faculty (New
York); Englewood Field; Phi Beta Kappa,
Abracadabra, Beta Gamma Sigma.
Politics: Independent.

Bus. Address: Columbia Univ., New York,

Home Address: 492 Engle St., Englewood,
N.J., and Charleston, Vermont.

MILLS, Harlow John, Mus.B.


Born: Spokane (Wash.), Jan. 17, 1909; s.
of Mary (Tibbetts) and H. Edward Mills.
Education: Curtis Inst, of Music, Philadel-
phia; Whittier Coll.

Degrees: Mus.B., WMttier Coll., 1935.
Married: Elizabeth, d. of George B. Morg-
ridge, in Sierra Madre (Calif.), July 27,

Prof. Record: Prof, of Composition, Whittier
Coll., 1934-39; organized and directed, Mills
Chamber Music Ensemble, 19.34-37; con-
certized extensively with his wife, Elizabeth
Mills (Violinist), in Calif.; made Pacific
Coast tours, 1938 and 1940; is now teaching
privately in Pasadena.

Compositions Performed: Orchestral: Amer-
ican Fantasy, Adagio for Strings, Christmas
Fantasy; violin: Italian Sonata, Indian Leg-
end, Violin Concerto; string quartet, piano
pieces, songs, etc.

Awards: Won Beams Award in Mus. Comp.
($1200) in natl. contest sponsored by Columbia
Univ., in 1934.

Memberships: Music- Arts, Fine Arts (Pasa-
dena) ; Native Amer. Composers (Los An-
geles) .

Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Reading, mountain sports, con-

Home Address: 720 Magnolia Ave., Pasadena,

MILLS, Jr., James McVicar, B.S.

Exec, Vice-Pres., James Mills Orchards Corp.,
and Esperanza Land Corp.
Born: Riverside (Calif.), Jan. 28, 1895; s.
of Hattie (Irish) and James Mills.
Education: Thatcher School, Ojai; Univ. of

Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Calif., 1917.
Married: Marv Kenneth, d. of D. W. Ross,
in Boise (Idaho), Mar. 12, 1903; ch.: James,
III, Mary Katherine, and Donna Patricia.
Bus. Record: Has been Mgr. of James Mills
Orchards Corp. and the Esperanza Land
Corp. since 1917; handles 2,000 acres of orch-
ard and 18,000 acres of gen. farming land,
distributing in large areas Shell Chem. &
Dow Chem. fertilizers, sprays, and Robin

Sprayers. Has held the following positions:
Vice-Pres. and Dir., Calif. Prune Pool, United
Prune Growers, Calif. Pear Growers Assn.;
Repr. Calif. Tree Fruit Agreement.
Directorships: Dir., Sacramento Valley Citrus
Exchange, Calif. Fruit Growers Exchange,
Esperanza Land Corp., James Mills Orchards

Navy Service: Gunnery Sgt., Marine Aviation,
World War I.

Memberships: Mem., Asso. Sunkist Mgrs.
Club, Calif. Wool Growers Assn.; Elks, Mas-
on- Amer. Legion (Chico) ; Commonwealth;
A.A.A.S., A.A.A.E.; Univ. of Calif. Alumni
Assn.; Theta Delta Chi, Alpha Zeta.
Religion: Episcopal.
Pontics.- Republican.
Recreations: Go\t.

Btis. Address: James Mills Orchards Corp.,
Hamilton City, Calif.
Home Address: Hamilton City, Calif.

MILLS, Lloyd, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Physician and Surgeon.

Born: North Haven (Me.), Dec. 20, 1879;
s. of Mary (Grant) and Charles Edwin

Education: Harvard Univ.
Degrees. M.D., Harvard Univ., 1902.
Married: Mary, d. of Davis Richardson in
Los Angeles (Calif.), Feb. 3, 1914; ch.:
Mrs. Neilson Masten and Lloyd, Jr.
Prof. Record: After graduation from Har-
vard, interned in the New York Hospital
and St. Lukes Hospital (both of New York),
also the Boston City Hospital. Studied a
year in Berlin, Bonn, Vienna, Paris, and
London in General Surgery. Entered ophthal-
mology in 1912 and has specialized since.
Has a large private practice in Los An-
geles, is particularly interested in Cataract
Surgery, in visual education, and in graphic
art. Is one of the authorities on the prob-
lems of "Eyedness and Handedness."
Directorships: So. Calif. Symphony Assn.;
Pres., Burrows Plllopak Corp.; Vice-Pres.,
Yosemite Mountain Ranch, Inc.; Pres., Palis-
ades Land Syndicate; Dir., Richardson Bros.

Publications: Has written many papers on
subjects within his specialty which have ap-
peared in the Journal of the American
Medical Assn., the Amer. Jour. Ophthamology,
and Archives of Ophthalmology. Also wrote
the great section on Military Surgery of the
Eyes, Ophthalmic Medicine, and Surgery
in War, in the Amer. Encyclopaedia of Oph-
thalmology (printed by the Cleveland Press
of Chicago), 1916 and later.
Army Record: Served with the Austrians
against the Russians in the first part of the
war of 1914.

Awards: Austrian Order of the Red Cross
Second Class.

Memberships: Amer. Med. Assn.; Amer. Coll-
ege of Surgeons; Calif. State Med. Soc;
Los Angeles County Med. Assn.; and the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Section (Pres.
1927) ; Los Angeles Country, California, Salt
Air, Yosemite Mountain Ranch, Rancho Santa
Fe Country Clubs.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Swimming and music (minor
composer, one Concerto for piano and orch-



Bus. Address: (j()'J So. Grand Ave., Lo.s An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: T20 Luccrno Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

MILROY. William Forsyth. M.D.

Ph.Nsician (rotiri'd i .

Horn; York (N.Y.), Dec. 'JS, IS^r); s. of
Sarah A. (CuUingst and James Mdroy.
Education: Genesee State Normal Sch., New
York; Univ. of Rochester; Johns Hopkins

Degrees: M.D., Columbia Univ., 1882.
Married: Lillian, d. Vif William Barton, in
Baltimore (Md.), 1884; ch.: Isabelle S., and
Katharine J.

Prof. Record: Practiced as Interne, New
York City Hosp. and Maternity Hospitals,
1882-84. Omaha (Nebr.), 1884-1933; has
been Pres., State Med. Soc, Nebr., 1916;
Pres., Mo. Valley Med. Soc, 1918; Pres.,
Amer. Therapeutic Soc, 1923; is now re-

Pubilcations: Discovered and published an
account of Milroy's Disease in New York
Medical Journal, Nov. 5, 1892; has also
published numerous monographs in current
medical literature.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Ho77ie Address: 7965 W. Fourth St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

MINER, Daniel Barlow, A.6.

Advertising E.xecutive: Civic Worker; Presi-
dent, Dan B. Miner Co.

Born: New York State, May 6, 1882; s. of
Susan C. (Barlow) and Daniel J. Miner.
Degrees. A.B., Rutgers, 1906.
Married: Susan Elizabeth, d. of John Car-
veil Sutton, in New Brunswick (N.J.), 1908;
ch. : John Sutton.

Bus. Record: Has been engaged in the fol-
lowing occupations: Freight Brokerage, New
York City, 1906-08; Automobile Club of
So. Calif., 1909-10; Los Angeles Record, 1910
11; Dan B. Miner Co. since 1911.
Directorships: Los Angeles Chamber of Comm.

Army Service: In charge of publicity for
Liberty Loan and Red Cross drives in Los
Angeles during World War I.

Memberships: Scottish Rite, Shrine; Wilshire
Country, Flintridge Country; University.
Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreatioy\s : Golf, swimming.
Bus. Address: Dan B. Miner Co.. Chamber
of Commerce Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 593 Wilcox Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif. *



Born: Philadelphia (Pa.), Aug. 16, 1894;
s. of Eleanor R. (Murney) smd Leonidas
H. C. Mintzer, M.D.

Education: U.S. Naval Academy.

Married: Ethel S., (dec), d. of W. F. Dum-

mer in Coronado (Calif.), April 2, 1923;

ch.: Katharine Dummer, Ethel Sturges, Mary


Prof. Record: Commissioned Officer in Navy

until he resigned In 1924; since then has been
;in Kditorlal Wrller for newspapers and
Free Lance Contributor of fiction and articles
lo various magazines.

Navy Record: Gunboat and destroyers dur-
ing World War 1, various ships and stations,
principally destroyers, until resignation ac-

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Tennis, camping, fishing, poker.

Home Address: 4309 Plumosa Way, San Diego,
Calif. •

MISSELWITZ, Henry Francis. B.J.


Born: Leavenworth (Kan.), July 24, 1900;
s. of Grace Ella (Fields) and Herman Francis

Education: Public schools in Kansas City
(Mo.); Univ. of Mo. (Columbia),
Degrees: B.J., Univ. of Mo., Sch. of Jour-
nalism, 1922.

Prof. Record: Sports Reporter on The Kan-
sas City Star, 1918; on staff, St. Louis Post-
Dispatch, 1922-23; on faculty, Sch. of Jour.,
Univ. of Mo.. 1923-24; on staff, Japan
Advertiser (Amer Daily), Apr. 1927; New
York Times, Chief Corr., in China (hdq. in
Shanghai), 1927-28-29; returned across Siberia
and Europe the end of 1929 to New York;
on cables desk in head offices of United
Press, 1930-31: White House Corr., United
Press, Washington, D.C., 1931-32-33, end
of Hoover Administrn. ; covered Hoover presl.
campiagn for United Press, 1932; retd. to
New York, 1933; Cables Ed., United Press,
1933-35; For. News Ed., 1935-37; resigned
to go with Metro-Golduyn-Mayer Studios,
Culver City in Aug., 1937; wrote scenarios,
1937-38; Freelance Writer and Lecturer, on
platform and radio, since 1938: World Af-
fairs Commentator, Station KMPC in Bever-
ly Hills (Calif.), 1940-41.

Directorships: Dir., All- Amer. Distributing
Co., Hollywood (Calif.)

Ptiblications: Articles for magazines: So Off
I Went to Hollywood, in The Quill (Chicago),
May, 1939; Baseball Conquers Japan, in
Living Age (New York) May, 1940; Life of
Eleanor Powell (the MGM Dancing Star), in
True Story Magazine (New York), Mar., 1940;
Toy Emperor, in World Affairs Interpreter
(a quarterly, Los Angeles), Autumn, 1940;
The Dragon Stirs (sketchbook on CThina),
(Harbinger House, New York), 1941.

Army Service: Students Army Training Corps,
Columbia, Mo. Camp, 1918; demobilized after
Armistice, 1918.

Memberships: Asia House of So. Calif. (Pres.
and Co-F\junder, 1939-41, Los Angeles 1 ; Au-
thors (Hollywood) ; Natl. Press (Washington
D.C.); Shanghai Tiffin (New Y'ork) ; Phi
Kappa Psi, Sigma Delta Chi, Kappa Tau

Religion : Methodist-Episcopal.

Politics: Independent.

Recreations: GoU, motoring.

Home Address: 1711 Ocean Front, Santa
Monica, Calif. •

MITCHEL, Helen Alberta


Born: Bottineau (N.D.), Dec. 5, 1900; d. of
Adeline M. (Holden) and Ezra Turner.
Education: Orland (California).
Married: Charles H., s. of A. R. Mitchel in



Willows (Calif.), Dec. 6, 1919; ch.: Marian,
William, Velva June.

Publications: Poems have appeared in Pictor-
ial Review, Saturday Evening Post, Country
Gentleman, Woman's World, American Album
Poetry (Malone), Household, Extension, Wo-
man and Home, Woman and Beauty (Fleet-
way House, London) ; Poetry (Midlothian,
Scotland) ; American Magazine, Antho. Amer-
ican Woynen Poets, Land of Gold, Farmer's
Wife, and Westways.

Memberships: Woman's Press Club of So.

Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Camping, hiking.
Home Address 15129 Domino, Van Nuys,
Calif. *

MITCHELL, Archie Delwood

City Attorney of Ontario, and Director of
California Agricultural Commission.
Born: Ontario (Calif.), Jan. 18, 1891; s. of
Mary (Winn) and John Mitchell.
Education: Ontario Public and High Schools;
Univ. of So. Calif.

Married: (1> Edna Armstrong, 1910 (de-
ceased); (2) Frieda M. Graettinger, 1920;
ch.: Delwood and Eleanor Mitchell Terry.
Prof. Record: City Attorney of Ontario, and
Dir. of Calif. Agricultural Com.
Navy Record: U. S. Naval Reserve Flying
Corps, 1918.

Memberships: L.A.A.C; Calif. Yacht Club;
Al Malaikah Temple of the Shrine, Pasadena
Consistory and Ontario Blue Lodge, F. & A.
M.; American Legion; B.P.O.E. ; I.O.O.F.;
Lions Club.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Amateur movies.
Bus. Address: Emmons Bldg., Ontario, Calif.
Home Address: 126 Harvard PL, Ontario,
Calif. *

MITCHELL. Professor Broadus,
A.B., Ph.D.

Professor of Economics, Occidental College.
Born: Georgetown (Ky.), Dec. 27, 1892; s.
of Alice Virginia (Broadus) and Samuel
Chiles Mitchell.

Education: Univ. of So. Carolina; Johns Hop-
kins Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Univ. of So. Carolina, 1913;
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1918.
Married: Louise Pearson, d. of Theodora and
Lorin Blodget in Philadelphia (Pa.), Dec.
31, 1936.

Prof. Record: On economics faculty of Johns
Hopkins Univ., 1919-39; Lecturer, Howard
Univ. (Washington, D.C.), 1935-36; first Pres.
Baltimore Urban League; now Prof, of Eco-
nomics, Occidental Coll. (Los Angeles, Calif.).
Publications: Rise of Cotton Mills in the
South, 1921; General Economics, 1937; Prac-
tical Problems in Economics (with L.P.
Mitchell), 1938; articles in Palgrave's Eco-
nomic Dictionary, Dictionary of American
Biography, Encyclopedia Britannica, Ency-
clopedia of Social Studies, etc.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Gamma

Politics: Socialist.

Bus. Address: Occidental Coll., Los Angeles,


Home Address: Ridgeview Ave., Los Angeles,

Calif, and Wendell, Mass. *

MITCHELL, The Rt. Reverend Charles
Bayard, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., D.D., LL.D.,

Bishop (retired).

Born: Allegheny City (Pa.), Aug. 27, 1857;
s. of Anna E. (Baker) and Rev. Daniel
Patrick Mitchell.
Education: Allegheny College.
Degrees: A.B., Allegheny Coll., 1879; M.A.,
1882; Ph.D., 1892; D.D., 1893; LL.D., 1911;
L.H.D., 1917.

Married: Clara Aull, July 6, 1882.
Prof. Record: Ordained M.E. ministry, 1882;
Pastor, Burton, Marion and Leavenworth
(Kansas), until 1886; Pittsburgh, 1886-88;
Plainfield (N.J.), 1888-92; Kansas City, 1892-
97; Minneapolis, 1897-1901; First Ch. (Cleve-
land), 1901-08; St. James' (Chicago), 1908-
16; Bishop, M.E. Ch., 1916-24; served Ch.
in St. Paul Area, comprising States of Wis.,
Minn., and So. Dakota; appointed to Admin-
ister M.E. Ch. in P.I. for 4 yrs. ; Del., 3rd
Ecumenical Conf. (London), 1901; 4th Conf.
(Toronto), 1911; Gen. Conf., 1904, 1908,
1916; World's S.S. Conv. (Zurich), 1913;
Fraternal Del. to Japan Meth. Conf., 1927;
retired 1928.

Publications: Bundle of Letters from Three
Continents; The Noblest Quest; The Way of
a Man.

War Record: Special preacher to A.E.F. in
France for YMCA during spring and summer,

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Tau
Delta; Mason (33°); Grand Prelate, Grand
Encampment of K.T. of U.S.
Home Address: 440 La Loma Rd., Pasadena,


Manager, Research Council and Technical

Bureau of Academy of Motion Picture Arts

and Sciences.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Mar. 1, 1908;

s. of Maude S. and Chester A. Mitchell.

Education: Hollywood High Sch. ; Univ. of

Calif. (Los Angeles); Calif. Inst, of Tech.


Bits. Record: Two years with Universal

Pictures Corpn.; seven yrs. with Academy

of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences; Mgr.

of Research Council and Technical Bureau of

the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and

Sciences, since 1934.

Army Record: Captain, U.S. Army Signal

Corps Res.

Memberships: Pi Alpha Tau Frat. ; Reserve

Officers Assn.

Bus. Address: Taft Bldg., Hollywood, Calif.


stage and Screen Actor.

Born: Columbus (Ohio), June 17, 1874; s.

of Laura (Piatt) and General John Grant


Education: Public Schools, Columbus (Ohio);

Ohio State Univ.; Phillips Acad. (Andover) ;

Yale College; Harvard Law School.



Prof. Record. Commonccd llfo as u Newspaper
Koporlor; subsequently, for three years, prac-
ticed law; then became a stuilenl at the
Amer. Acad, of Dramatic Arts; made first
appearance on the sla(;e at the Criuul Opera
House (ChlcaKOt, Oct. 1-1, liM)2 In Juliua
Oacsar with the lale Richard MansfieUl; made
first appearance In New York, Dec. 19()2,
In the same play, at the Herald .Siiuare The-
atre; next appeared at the Savov (N.Y.),
19()3, In The Girl With the arrvn Kyen. later,
playing In Glad Of It; with Francis Wilson
In Cousin Billy at the Criterion (N.Y.), Jan.
1905. and The Mountain Climber at the same
theatre, Mar. 1906; at the Savoy (N.Y.), In
Oct., 1906, played In The House of Mirth.
subsequently touring In The Butterfly at the
Carrick (N.Y.), Nov. 1907, played the Lamp-
lighter in The Toymaker of Nuremberg ; at
the Hudson, Aug. 1908, the Rev. Archibald
Crane in The Call of the North; at Daly's
(N.Y.), Oct. 1908, Charlie Hope in Myself -
Bettina; at the Maxine Elliott Theatre,
Dec. 1908, the Native in The Chaperon; at the
Hudson, Sept. 1909, played in An American
Widow; at Rochester (N.Y.), Oct. 1909, in
A Man's World; at the Hudson, Dec. 1909,
played Harry Parkes in The Next of Kin:
at the Gaiety (N.Y.), Sept. 1910, Edward
Lamb in Get-Rich Quick Wallingford; at the
Belasco, Dec. 1912. Farrel Howard, Jun., in
Years of Discretion; at the Cohan Theatre,
Sept. 1914, Rodney Martin in It Pays To
Advertise; at the Cohan and Harris, Aug.
1917, John Paul Bart in A Tailor-Made Man;
In 1919 Charles Martin in A Prince There
Was; at the Longacre, Jan. 1921, William
Burroughs in The Champion; Mar. 1921, An-
drew Lane in The Hero; at the Belmont,
May, 1922, "Duke" Merrill in Kempy; at
the Bijou, Aug. 1923, Chester Binney in The
Whole Town's Talking; at the Forty-Eighth
Street Theatre, Dec. 1924, Rodney Kingsley in
The Habitual Husband; June 1925, Douglas
Blackwell in Spooks; 49th Street Theatre, Dec.
1925, Henry Adams in One of the Fam,ily;
Henry Miller Theatre, Sept. 1927, Joseph
Meadows in Baby Cyclone; Fulton, Feb. 1929,
Walter Fairchild in All the Kings Horses;
at Boston, May 1929, Andrew Gillis in An-
drew Takes a Wife; has appeared in inum-
erable films, since 1930.

Me7nberships: Players; Lambs; Century; Yale;
and Town Hall (N.Y.); The Masquers (Hol-
lywood); Frankiln Inn Club (Philadelphia).

Bus. Address: c /o Yale Club, 50 Vanderbiit
Ave., New York City.

Home Address: Hollywood Hotel, Hollywood,
Calif. *

MITCHELL. Professor John Pearce,
A.B., M.A., PhJ).

Professor of Chemistry and Registrar, Stan-
ford University.

Born: Providence (R.I.), June 4, 1880; s.
of Lydia (Pearce) and John W. Mitchell.
Education: Stanford Univ.
Degrees: A.B., 1903, M.A., 1904, Ph.D., 1909,
Stanford Univ.

Married: Helen, d. of Charles Sidney Waldo
in Boston (Mass.),; ch.: Laura M. Eaton,
John W., Sidney P., Mary M. Boyd.
Prof. Record: Asst. Chemistry, Stanford Un-
iv., 1901-04, Instr., 1905-09, Asst. Prof.,
1909-16, Assoc. Prof., 1916-20, Prof., 1920 — .
Registrar, 1925 — .

Publications: Has written scientific articles
for technical journals.

Meniherships: Delia UpsllOn. Phi Beta Kap-
pa, Sigma XI; Bohemian; University; Men-
lo Country Club.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republlc.fn.
Recreations: Hunting and fishing.
Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif.

Home Address: 235 Embarcadero Rd., Palo
Alto, Calif.

MITCHELL, Raymond Ashton

Marine Manager, Insurance Company of North

Born: La Grange (111.), June 25, 1893; s.
of Cora May (Dietrich) and Frank ^lamllton

Education: Public Schools La Grange, and

Berkeley (Calif.)

Married: Gretchen W., d. of Florence E. and

Alfred Witt In Winnetka (111.), June 12,

1935; ch.: Raymond Ashton, Jr., and Marcia


Bus. Record: Went through various positions
to Marine Manager, Insurance Company of
North America, 1913 — ; Pres. of Foreign
Trade Assn. of So. Calif.; Vice-Commander,
Merchant Marine Post No. 420, American

Army Record: First Lieut, (pilot), 354th Aero
Squadron, A.E.F.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Gardening, modeling, painting.
Bus. Address: 621 So. Spring St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 117 So. Burlingame Ave., W.
Los Angeles, Calif. •

MITCHELL. Sydney Brancroft,

A.B., M.A.

Director, School of Librarianship, University
of California.

Born: Montreal (Canada), June 24, 1878;
s. of Sarah (Cooper) and James Mitchell.
Education: McGill University; New York
State Library School.

Degrees: A.B., 1901; and M.A., 1904, McGill

Married: Rose Frances, d. of Miriam and
Morris Michaels in Pasadena (Calif.), Dec.
28, 1908.

Prof. Record: Various positions. McGill Univ.
Library, 1902-03, 1904-08; Head, Order Dept.,
Stanford Univ. Library, 1908-11; Chief, Ac-
cessions Dept., Univ. of Calif. Library, 1911-
19; Asso. Librarian, 1919-26; Asso. Prof, of
Library Science, 1922-26; Prof, of Library
Science, Univ. of Michigan, 1926-27; Director,
School of Librarianship, Univ. of Calif, at
Berkeley, 1927 — .

Publications: Gardening in California; Ad-
ventures in Flower Gardening ; From a Sunset
Garden; numerous articles on librarianship
in professional periodicals, and on gardening
in horticultural and home magazines.
Meinberships: Faculty Club, Univ. of Calif.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Gardening, plant breeding.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley.


Ho7ne Address: 633 Woodmont Ave., Berkeley.



MITKE. Charles A.. A.B., Ph.B.

Mining Engineer.

Born: Dorrance (Pa.), Aug. 14, 1881; s. of
Amelia (Zoepke) and Theodore Mitke.
Education: Stroudsburg State Normal Sch.
(Pa.); Yale Univ.

Degrees: A.B., 1908, and Ph.B., 1910, Yale

Married: Jessy (Grant) in Los Angeles, (Cal-
if.), June 11, 1917.

Prof. Record: Mining Engr. with Phelps Dodge
Corp , 1910-16; Cons. Engr. since 1916, with
Phelps Dodge Corp., also with Ariz. Copper
Co , Inspiration Copper Co., Calumet and
Ariz. Copper Co., Iron Cap Copper Co.,
United Verde Extension Mining Co., and
companies in Mex. and So. America; special-
izes in mining methods and mine ventilation;
Spl. Lecturer in mining methods, Mass. Inst,
of Tech.; Chmn. Com. of Mining and Metall.
Soc Amer. which worked out a complete
set of courses in vocational training for metal
miners, pub, in 1921; Organizer and Gen.
Chmn , Metal Mining Br., Standardization
Div , Amer. Mining Congress (which plans
through standardization of underground op-
erations to eventually lower mining costs).
Publications: Standardization in Mining Meth-
ods, 1919; Mining Methods, 1930.
Memberships: Amer. Inst. Mining and Metall.
Engrs. ; Mining and Metall. Soc. of Amer.:
Amer. Mining Congress; Instn. of Mining and
Metallurgy (London) ; Mining and Metall.
Soc. of So. Africa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: c /o L. C. Grant, Foster &
Kleiser Co., 1550 W. Washington St., Los
Angeles, Calif.

MITTY. The Most Reverend John Jos-
eph. S.T.D., LL.D.
Archbishop of San Francisco.
Born- New York City (N.Y.), Jan. 20, 1884;
s. of Mary (Murphy) and John Mitty.
Education: De La Salle Inst. (N.Y.C.); Man-
hattan Coll. (N.Y.C.); St. Josephs Sem.
(Dunwoodie, Yonkers, NY..); Catholic Univ.
of Amer. (Washington, D.C.); Major Pontifi-
cal Sem. (Rome, Italy); Univ. of Munich
(Munich, Germany).

Degrees: A.B., 1901, and LL.D. (hon.), 1926,
Manhattan Coll.; S.T.B., 1902, and LX^.
(hon.), 1939, Catholic Univ. of Amer.; S.T.D.,
Major Pontifical Sem., 1908.
Prof Record: Ordained a Roman Catholic
Priest Dec. 22, 1906; consecrated a Roman
Catholic Bishop, Sept. 8, 1926; after Ordina-
tion, post grad. studies, 1906-08; Curate, St
Veronica's Church (N.Y.C.), 1909; Prof, of
Theology, St. Joseph's Sem. (Yonkers, N.Y.),
1908-17; Chaplain, U.S. Army, 1917-19; Pas-
tor, Sacred Heart Church (Highland Falls,
N Y ) and Catholic Chaplain at U.S. Mihtary
Acad. (West Point), 1919-22; Pastor, St.
Luke's Church (N.Y.C.), 1922-26; Bishop of
Salt Lake, 1926-32; Coadjutor Archbishop of
San Francisco, 1932-35; succeeded as Arch-
bishop of San Francisco, March 2, 1935—.
Army Record: Commissioned as Chaplain in
the U.S. Army, Aug. 20, 1917; attached to
the 49th U.S. Infantry Regiment and the
101st U.S. Infantry Regiment (26th Div.);
served at embarkation port, Hoboken, Lemans
Area, France, and Argonne-Meuse Offensive;

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