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painting, paleontology.

Bus. and Home Address: Webb School,
Claremont, Calif.)

ALLARD. Professor Romeo Paul, B.S. in
Ch.E., M.S., Ph.D.
Chairman, Dept. of Chemistry, Loyola Univ.
of Los Angeles.

Born: Franklin (New Hampshire), Nov. 13,
1906; s. of Marie Louise (LeBlanc) and Jo-
seph Allard.

Education: Franklin High School; Univ. of
Notre Dame.

Degrees: B.S.. in Ch.E., 1931, M.S., 1932,
Ph.D., 1934, Univ. of Notre Dame.
Married: Anna Marie, d. of Olive ; Mills) and
Adam W. Dahlem, Notre Dame (Ind.), Dec.
27, 1935; ch. : William Joseph and Bernard

Prof. Record: Appointed to the Faculty of
Loyola Univ. in 1935 as an Instr. in Chem-
istry; promoted to the Chmnshp., Dept. of
Chemistry, 1937.

Publications: Joint publication: "Molecular
Refractivity and Association of Liquids Con-
taining the Hydroxyl Group"; "The Dielectric
Properties of Acetylenic Compounds: The
Symmetric Dialkyl Acetylenes." Both of
these papers were published in the Journal
of the American Chemical Society in 1934.
Memberships: The American Chemical Society.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Gardening, soft ball, chess.
Bus. Address: Loyola University of Los An-
geles, Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 10832 Lawler St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

ALLEN, Ben Shannon, A.B.

Newspaperman and Publicist.

Born: Grass Valley (Calif.), Aug. 19, 1882,

8. of Martha (Allen, no relation), and Da-
vid Allen.

Education: Woodland H. S. and Stanford

Degrees: A.B., Stanford, 1907.
Married: Victoria, d. of Dr. Hayes C. French,
San Francisco (Calif.), Dec. 8, 1909; ch.:
Shannon Collier, John French, David and
William Hayes.

Bus. Record: Asso. Press (S.F.), 1907-09;
Asso. Press (London, Eng), 1909-17; Direc-
tor, U. S. Food Administration Educational
Dlv., 1917-19; Editor and Pub., Sacramento
Union, 1919-21; Pub. Relations, Key Svstem
Railroad (Calif)., 1921-23; Editor and Pub.,
Calif. Farmer, 1923-25; Ed. Dir., Republi-
can Circles. 1938-41; Chmn., Finnish Relief
Fund for the State of Calif. ; Assistant to
Chmn. Herbert Hoover, eleven Western
States for Finnish Relief; Advisory, Cam-
paign and Public Relations work for co-
operative farm organizations from 1925 to

Directorships: Director and Assistant to
President of Farm By-Products Corp.
Publications: History of California for Por-
tola Fiesta, 1908, and many magazine ar-

Awards: Chevalier, Order of the Crown
(Belgium) ; (wife holds Queen Elizabeth
medal) ; Belgian CJovernment Relief Medal.

Memberships: Hon. Mem., Veterans of For-
eign Wars; Mason; Phi Delta Phi, Legal
Fraternity; Commercial Club, (S.F.)

Religion: Stanford Church.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Tennis, camping, travel.

Bus. Address: 255 California St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1134 Emerson St., Palo
Alto, Cailf. and Lower Lake, Calif.

ALLEN, Professor Bennet Mills, Ph.B.,

Ph.D., Sc.D.
Professor of Zoology, Univ. of Calif., Los

Born: Greencastle, Ind., July 4, 1877; s. of
of Alice (Bennet) and Albert Allen.

Education: DePauw U. and U. of CHiicago.

Degrees: Ph.B., 1898, Sc.D., 1935 (honor-

arv), DePauw U.; Ph.D., U. of Chicago,


Married: Gazelle, d. of Willard Burgess, Fort

Collins (Colo.), Aug. 22, 1904; ch. : Hazel.

Prof. Record: Instr. of Anatomy, U. of Wis.,

1903-08; Asst. Prof., 1908-11: Asst. Prof, of

Zoolog\-. 1911-13; Prof, of Zoology, U. of

Kan., "1913-22; Assoc. Prof, of Zoolog>-, U.

of Cal. (L. A.), 1922-24; Prof, of Zoology,


Publications: Numerous research articles on

the Embryology of the Germ Glands and on


Memberships: Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Oil,

Gamma Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi.

Religion: Unitarian.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Stamp collecting.

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


Hoine Address: 909 Micheltorena St., Los

Angeles, Calif.



ALLEN. Clifton Royal, LL.B.

Born: Kidder (Mo.), May 10, 1881, s. of
Margaret Ann (Fitzpatrick) and Theo.
Parker Allen.

Education: Kidder Inst. (Mo.); U. of So.
Calif. (Los Angeles).

Married: Elsie May, d. of Ella and Amos
K. Winsor in Los Angeles (Calif.), Nov.
27, 1909; ch.: Marjorie Aileen, Virginia
Mae, (Gordon Emerson.

Prof. Record: City Attorney, Fullerton
(Calif.), 1917-18.

Directorships: Fullerton Improvement Co.
and Citrus Orchards, Inc.
Memberhsips: Masons.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics : Democrat.

Recreations: Working with young people,
particularly with Boy Scouts of America.
Bus. Address: Bank of America Bldg., Ful-
lerton, Calif.

Home Address: 617 No. Nicholas, Fullerton,

ALLEN. Edgar Marion. A.B.

Editor and Publisher, The Brentwood News.
Born: Minneapolis (Minn.), Apr. 15, 1889;
s. of Mary (Pierce) and Adolphus M. Allen.
Education: Minneapolis Schls.; U. of Minne-

Degrees: A.B., U. of Minn., 1911.
Married: Gertrude H., d. of Emma S. and
Daniel K. Hagy, Minneapolis (Minn.), July
19, 1916; ch.: Edgar M., Jr., Barbara Louise,
Arthur Hagy, Charles Douglas.
Bus. Record: Reporter, Minneapolis Journal;
Reporter and City Editor, Waterloo (Iowa) ;
Reporter, Syndicate and Picture Service,
Chicago Tribune; Bank Advertising Agency
(Minn.); purchased The Brentwood News,

Directorships: Executive Committee, Calif.
Newspaper Publishers' Assoc. ; President,
Brentwood Improvement Assoc. ; Director,
Contra Costa Co. Development Assoc.
Memberships: Phi Sigma Kappa, Press Club
of San Francisco, Lions.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics : Republican .
Bus. and Home Address: Brentwood, Calif.

ALLEN. Professor Frank W.. B.S., M.S.
Assoc. Prof, of Pomology, Univ. of Calif.
Born: Columbia (Mo.), July 18, 1887; s. of
Floyd (Prather) and Frank W. Allen.
Education: U. of Missouri and Iowa State

Degrees: B.S. in Agr., U. of Mo,, 1910;
M.S. in Hort., Iowa State Coll., 1913.
Married: Alma Leora Turner, d. of Maggie
and William Franklin Turner, Columbia,
(Mo.), July 18, 1911; ch.: Frank W., Jr.
and Floyd T.

Prof. Record: Cooperative experimental
storage work with members of Pacific States
Warehouses Assoc. (San Francisco, Calif.);
Sabbatical leave of absence from U. of Calif.,
Aug., 1936-May, 1937, for Foreign Travel in
Europe and South Africa and for Research
Work at Cambridge U., Cambridge (Eng.),
and at the Kalttechnische Inst., Karlshruhe,
(CJermany). Instructor in Horticulture at
Iowa State Coll., 1910-13; Asst. Horticul-
turist, Wash. State Coll., 1913-16; Asst.

Horticulturist, U. S. Dept. of Agr., in charge
of Fruit Storage and Handling Investiga-
tions, Yakima, (Wash.), 1916-19; Asst. Prof,
of Pomology, U. of Calif. (Davis), 1920-25;
Asst. Prof, of Pomology and Asst. Pomol-
ogist, U. of Calif. (Davis), 1925-29; Assoc.
Pomologist, U. of Calif. (Davis), 1929-38;
Assoc. Prof, of Pomology and Assoc. Pomol-
ogist, U. of Calif. (Davis), 1938 — .
Publications: Numerous popular and tech-
nical articles in the Agricultural Press since
1911; Calif. Agricultural Experiment Station
publications on fruit growing, handling,
shipping and marketing; technical reports
in the Annual Proceedings of the Am. Soc.
for Horticultural Sci.; contribution on
Calif, horticulture to the Garden Dictionary
(Houghton-Mifflin & Co.), 1936; Joint Au-
thor, report of Commission on the Pre-
cooling of Deciduous Fruits in South Africa
(Government Printer, Pretoria, South Af-
rica) ; special paper, Refrigerated Transpor-
tation of Calif. Fruits, report of Seventh
International Congress on Refrigeration, Vol.
IV, The Hague, Holland.

Memberships: Soc. of the Advancement of
Horticultural Sci., Phi Kappa Phi (Scientific
Frat.), Gamma Sigma Delta (Agricultural
Honorary), Sigma Xi.
Religion: Protestant.

Bits. Address: College of Agriculture, Uni-
versity of California, Davis, Calif.
Home Address: 422 A St., Davis, Calif.

ALLEN, James Michael.

Judge, Superior Court, Siskiyou County.
Born: Ft. Jones, Siskiyou Co. (Calif.), June
10, 1883, s. of Mary Ann (McGee) and
Edward P. Allen.
Education: Common Schools.
Married: Lennie M., d. of August (Beck-
with) and Wm. McBee, (Ore.); ch.: Mrs.
Velma Campbell, James M., Jr., Mrs. Au-
gusta Brown, Norman Allen, Mrs. Irene
Martin, Mrs. Mary Byrd, Robert C. and
Edward J.

Prof. Record: Worked in mines and farms;
taught in Public Schools; Principal, Fort
Jones, Grammar School; Editor of county
newspaper (Ft. Jones) ; studied Law in the
law office of Hon. Issac A. Reynolds; ad-
mitted to Bar, 1913; elected. District At-
torney of Siskiyou Co. in 1914, held office
until 1923; voluntarily retired to enter pri-
vate practice; Senior Member of the firm
of Allen & McNamara for five years; elected
to State Senate in 1927 and served until
1937; delegate from Calif, to Democratic
National Convention at Houston, 1928; Mem.
of Board of Prison Directors of Calif, in
1935-36; elected, Superior Judge in 1938.
Memberships: Eagles, Elks, Lions.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.
Bus. Address: Yreka, Calif.
Home Address: 520 N. Main St., Yreka,

ALLEN, Professor James Turney. A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.
Professor of Greek, University of California.
Born: Cleveland (Ohio), Sept. 14, 1873; s.
of Martha (Turney) and Robert Alfred

Education: Pomona College, Univ. of Calif.,
Yale Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Pomona Coll., 1895; M.A.,



U. of Cttllf., 1S96; Ph.D.. Yale, 1898.
Mdnird: Amoll.i, d. of Issac N. Sanborn,
Pomona (Calif.), 1899.

Prof. Record: V. of Calif., Instr. In Greek
and Clas.slciil ArchaooloKy, 18!lK; In.slr. in
Greek, 1809; Assl. Prof, of Greek, 1<)03;
Prof, of Greek, 1919 — ; Annual Prof., Amer.
School of Claslcal Studies, Athens (Greece),

Diri'ctnrahips: President, San Francisco
Archaeological See.

Memberships: Amer. Philological Asso.;
Phllol. Asso., Pac. Coast, Pres. 1914-15;
Archaeological Inst, of Amer.; Archaeol-
ogische.s Instilut des Deutschen Relches;
Classical Asso. Pac. Coast; San Francisco
Archaeological Soc. (Secty., 1907-12; Pres.,
1939 — ) ; Phi Beta Kappa.

: ublicatiotts: First Year of Greek, 1917 (rev.
ed. 1931) ; Greek Theatre of the Fifth Cen-
tury. B. C 1920; Stage Antiquities of the
Greeks and Romans and Their Influence,
1927; also many articles published In philo-
logical and archaeological journals.
Religion: Congregational.

Bus. Address: University of California, Berk-
eley, Calif.

Home Address: 37 Mooswood Rd., Berkeley,

ALLEN, Jean Loose.


Born: Tuscola (111.), Nov. 22, 1885; d. of

Fanny (Madison) and Frank E. Loose.

Education: 111. Woman's Coll.

Married: Wilbur C, s. of Lucv Willis Allen

at Lebanon (Ind.), Sept. 17, 1905; ch.: Frank

and Robert.

Prof. Record: Manufacturer of Jean Allen

Unbreakable Dolls, Katch-a-Krum bibs,

Mother-Tuch Kiddie Clothes for 10 years;

specialist, orthopaedic corrective fitting for

children 5 years; Director and Producer,

juvenile dramatic productions.

Publications: Smile Books, monologues and

children's plays.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Home Address: 647 No. New Hampshire, Los

Angeles, Calif.

ALLEN, Professor Leroy Walton, B.S.,
Assoc. Prof, of Music, Chmn. Dept. of
Music, Univ. of Calif.

Born: Chelmsford (Mass.); s. of Jessie C.
(Hodges) and Arthur W. Allen.
Education: Public schs. of Chelmsford and
Everett (Mass.); U. of Calif., Columbia U.,
Inst, of Musical Art (N.Y.).
Degrees: B.S.. U. of Calif., 1913; M.A.,
Coulmbia, 1926.

Prof. Record: Dlr. and Supervisor of Mil-
itary Music, War Dept., 1917-19; Assoc, in
Music, U. Calif. (Berkeley), 1919-25: Instr.
in Instrumental Music, Inst, of Musical Art
(N. Y.). 1925-26; Dir.. H. S. Music, Spring-
field (Mass.), 1927-29: Instr. in Music, L.A.
Jr. Coll., 1930-35; Asst. Prof, of Music,
Chmn. of Music Dept., U. of Calif, at L.A.
1935-37; Assoc. Prof, of Music. Chmn. of
Dept. of Music, U. C. L. A., 1937—.
Publications: Edited Univ. of Calif. Song
Book, 1920 and 1923.
Army Record: Army Song. Instr. and Band

Supervisor, War Dept.. y.M.C, 1917-19.
Memberships: Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Mu
Alpha (SInfonIa).

Recreations: Winter sports, camping and

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

Home Address: 14.32 Veteran Ave., Los An-
geles. Calif.

ALLEN, Roy Emerson, A. 6.

General Fiduciary.

Born: Kansas, May 11, 18(X): s. of Carrie
(Campbell) and George B. Allen.
Education: Public schools and high school
in Kansas; Washington-Jefferson Coll.
Degrees: A.B.. Washington-Jefferson Coll..

Married: Carol Virginia, d. of Ella V.
Moore, May 28, 1938; ch. : Elizabeth Anne
and Marjory.

Bus. Record: Newspaperman and advertis-
ing previous to 1929; has held present oc-
cupation since 1929.

Publications: Numerous bulletins and articles
on Foreclosure Procedure in Calif.; Allen's
Foreclosure Forms, 1937.
Memberships. Univ. Club (Los Angeles).
Recreations: Archeology and music.
Bus. Address: 229 No. Broadway, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home: 329 No. McCadden PI., Los Angeles,

Dental Surgeon.

Education: Northwestern Dental School.
Degree: D.D.S. , Northwestern Dental Sch.,

Prof. Record: Past President, Nebraska
State Dental Soc. ; Member Nebraska State
Board Dental Examiners for ten years;
Editor, Dental Journal (Nebraska State) for
four years; Mem., Amer. Dental Assn., 25
yrs. Moved to Glendale (Calif.), 1923.
President, Los Angeles Co. Dental Soc, 1940.
Contributor to dental literature. Office and
Practice in Glendale continuously.

Bus. Address: 314 Lawson Bldg., Glendale,

ALLEN, Professor Walter Alfred, A.B.,


Prof, of Musical Theory, Pomona College.

Born: Worcester (Mass.), May 25, 1886; s.
of Harriett (Rose) and Walter W. Allen.

Degrees: A.B., Beloit Coll. (Wise), 1909; Mus.
B., Yale, 1917.

Married: Virginia F., d. of M. A. Prince-
house at Portland (Ore.), 1934.

Prof. Record: 3 Summer sessions at U. of
So, Cal. ; 1 Summer session at U. of Calif,
at Los Angeles.

Membership : Beta Theta Pi.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Pomona College, Claremont,


Home Address: 175 E. 12th St., Claremont,




ALLEN, Professor Warren Dwight. A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.
Professor of Music and Education, Stan-
ford University.

Born: San Jose (Calif.), Aug. 31, 1885, s. of
Emma S. (Gage) and James Monroe Allen,

Education: Univ. of Calif.; student in Berlin
and Paris, 1909-11.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford, 1934; M.A., U. of
Calif., 1935; Ph.D., Columbia U., 1939.
Married: Esther Louise Houk, Indianapolis,
1912; ch. : Patricia Louise Allen.
Prof. Record: Dean, Conservatory of Music,
College of the Pacific, 1913-19; Concert
Organist and Teacher, Visiting Organist and
Professor, Cornell University, 1932; in re-
cent years lecturer at Educational Conven-
tions and Conferences; at Stanford since

Directorships: Pres., Music Teachers' Na-
tional Asso.. 1940; Mem. of Executive Com-
mittee, American Musicologlcal Society, 1940.
Publications: The Challenge of Education,
Chapter XI ; The Challenge to the Teacher
of Music, (McGraw-Hill), 1937; Philosophies
of Music History (Amer. Book Co.), 1939;
Also contributor to Thompson's Cyclopedia
of Music and Musicians (article on Histories
of Music), Music Educators' Journal, the
Yearbooks (1939 and 1941) of the Music Edu-
cators' National Conference and the Volurties
of Proceedings (1938-1941) of the Music
Teachers' Natl. Association.
Memberships: American Guild of Organists
(Assoc); The Family (S.F.).
Religion: Protestant.
Recreations: Motoring and Philosophy.
Home Address: Stanford University, Calif.

ALLEN. Jr.. William H.

Chairman of the Board, Title Insurance and
Trust Company.

Born: Grafton (111.), Oct. 12, 1853; s. of
Martha Maria (Mason) and William H.

Education: Public and private schools of

Married: Elsie Pettljohn at Pasadena (Calif.),
April 6, 1893; ch.: William Herbert, Ruth
Allen Finch.

Prof. Record: In banking business (Grafton),
1868-1883, advancing to President. Actively
identified with hardware, furniture and farm
machinery store.

Directorships: Chairman of the Board, Title
Insurance and Trust Compan; Pres., Carmel
Cattle Co., Muroc Clay Co. ; Vice-Pres.,
Ojai Oil Co. ; Vice-Pres. and Treasurer, Ar-
rowhead Lake Corp.; Dir., Colorado River
Land Co., Union Title Insurance and Trust
Co., San Diego, (Calif.).

Memberships: Formerly belonged to numer-
ous business and social clubs being 87 has

Recreations: Automobiling; travel (too busy
for local sports) .

Bus. Address: Title Insurance Building, 433
So. Spring St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 870 So. San Rafael Ave.,
Pasadena, Calif.

ALLES, Gordon Albert. B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
Research Chemist and Pharmacologist.
Lecturer in Pharmacology, University of

Calif. Medical School and Research Asso. In
Biology, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Born: Detroit (Mich.), Nov. 26, 1901; s. of
Flora (Schauss) and John Albert AUes.
Education: Alhambra High Sch., 1914-18;
Calif. Inst, of Tech.

Degrees: B.S., 1922, M.S., 1924, and Ph.D..
1926, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Married: Ma.xy Alice (Pope) on July 15,
1935; ch.: Sandra.

Prof. Record: Chemist, Riverside Portland
Cement Co. and Research Chemist, The
Celite Co., 1922; Chemical Research with
George Pines, M.D.. 1926-27, 1928-40, in Los
Angeles (Calif.); Research Fellow in Physi-
ology, Harvard Med. Sch., 1927-28; Lecturer
in Pharmacology, U. of Calif. Med. Sch.,
since 1931; Research Asso. in Biology, Calif.
Inst, of Tech., since 1939; Chemical Con-
sultation and Research since 1940.
Directorships: Chmn., So. Calif. Section,
Amer. Chemical Soc.
Publications: Scientific journal articles.
Army Service: R.O.T.C, Calif. Inst, of Tech.,

Memberships: Amer. Chem. Soc, Amer.
Physiological Soc, Soc. for Experimental
Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Soc of Ex-
perimental Biology and Medicine, Amer.
Assn. of the Advancement of Science.
Bm.s. Addresses: California Institute of Tech-
nology, Pasadena, Calif., 770 So. Broadway,
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 1316 W. Haven Rd., San
Marino, Calif.

ALLIN, Colonel Benjamin Casey.


Engineering Consultant.
Director of the Port of Stockton.
Born: Chicago (111.), Nov. 14, 1886; s. of
Josephine Augusta (Turner) and Benjamin
Casey Allin.

Education: Univ. of Chicago.
Degrees: A.B., U. of Chicago ex 1908.
Married: Dorothy May, d. of Walter Newell,
Chicago (111.), May 24, 1913; ch.: Benjamin
Casey Allin III; Dorothy Jean (Mrs. M. A.

Prof. Record: From 1907-11, Surveyor, Bu-
reau of Insular Affairs; 1912-16, Production
Dept., Illinois Steel Co.; 1916, Bridge Valu-
ation, C.R.I.&P. Railyway; 1916-19, War
Service, U. S. Army; 1919-32, Dir. of the
Port, Houston (Texas) ; Secty., Harris
County-Houtson Ship Channel Navigation
Dist.; Secty., Bd. of Control, Port Terminal
Railroad Assn., Houston (Texas) ; Vice-
Chmn., Houston Port and Traffic Bureau;
1931, Engineering Consultant, Port of
Bhavnagar, Bhavnagar (India) ; 1934-38,
Engineering Consultant, Port of The Dalles,
The Dalles (Ore.); 1931—, Dir. of the Port
and Chief Engineer, Stockton (Calif.);
1937 — , Consulting Engineer, Lakeland-Tampa
Industrial Canal, Inc., and Polk County
Authority, Lakeland (Florida) ; Vice-Pres.,
Amer. Assn. of Port Authorities, 1919; Dir.
and Officer various years thereafter; Pres.,
Pac. Coast Assn. of Port Authorities, 1933-
34 — , Dir. of Same 1931 — ; Delegate of the
U. S. Gov't to the Internat'l Assn. of Nav-
igation Congresses, Venice (Italv), Sept..
1931; Delegate of the U. S. CJov't to the
Internat'l Assn. of Navigation Congresses
(Brussels), Sept., 1935; appointed by U. S.
Gov't in 1937 to make around-world in-
spection of ports. Colonel Allin is a reg-



LsleriHi Civil Knslnecr In Stales of Calif, and
Ore; holilor of Letters Patent No. 1, -180,1:57,
Jan. 8, 1924, covering railroad facilities at
ports: CooperatlnR Mem., Comm. on Trans-
shipment of CarKO in Waterborne Commerce,
Amer. Soc. of Civil Engineers, 1940; Mem.,
Comm. on Nat'l Defense, Pac. Coast Assn.
of Port Authorities, 1940; Chairman, Comm.
on Nat'l Defense, Amer. Assn. of Port Au-
thorities, 1940; Chairman, Board of Trus-
tees, Seamen's Church Institute of Houston
(Te.xas), 1923-31; Pres., Houston Chapter,
Sons of the Amer. Revolution, Houston
(Texas), 1929; State Chairman for Texas
Comm. on Correspondence and Safety, Nat'l
Soc. Sons of the Amer. Revolution, 1930.
Directorships: Dir., Stockton Y.M.C.A.; Vlce-
Pres., Calif. Composers Soc, 1940 — ; Chair-
man, Board of Trustees, Seamen's Church
I'^stitute, Stockton, 1932—.
Publications: Author of amendments to In-
tercoastal Shipping Act of 19.7,5 and Mari-
time Act 1936 (par. 205) familiarly referred
to as AUin Amendments; author Visayan
' (Philippine) English Dictionary (1909) ; co-
author Glossary of Port Terms, Amer. Assn.
of Porth Authorities (1927); author numer-
ous articles on port matter. He is also the
composer of various musical number includ-
ing Fantaisie Philippine (1938), Port Stock-
ton March (1936), Ave Maria (1939).
Army Service: Served as Capt. 427th
Engr. Depot Detachment; Camp Engr.
Co. B, lOSth Engrs., Commanding Officer
Officer, Camp Logan (Texas) ; commission-
ed Major of Engr., Texas Nat'l Guard and
Reserve Corps., June 4, 1923; commissioned
Lt. Col. Engrs. Ulth Engrs., Texas Nat'l
Guard and Reserve Corps, June 6, 1928;
Resigned 1931; Lt. Col. Engrs. Calif. Nat'l
Guard. State Staff, 1937—; Mem. Examin-
ing Bd. for promotion Reserve Officers, U.
S. Army, Houston (Texas), 1928-30.
Members;! ips; Charter Mem., Brotherhood
Lodge, A.F. and A.M. (Chicago) ; Charter
Mem., Houston Consistory, A. & A. Scottish
Rite, Houston (Texas); Mem., Arabia Tem-
ple, A. & A.O.N. Mystic Shrine, Houston;
Mem., Stockton Pyramid, A.E.O. Sciots,
Stockton: Karl Ross Post. Amer. Legion,
Stockton; Hi-12 Club, Stockton; Yosemlte
Club, Stockton; Nat'l Geographic Soc: Ad-
venturers Club of Chicago; Honorarj' Pres.,
The Transylvanians (Ky.); Honorary Mem.,
Houston Foreign Trade Club; Mem. of Com-
monwealth Club, San Francisco.
Religious Memberships: Mem. Vestry, Trinity
Episcopal Church, Houston, 1927-30; Junior
Warden, Trinity Episcopal Church, Houston,
1929; Mem., Vestry St. John's Episcopal
Church, Stockton, 1931-34 and 1939-43; Sr.
Warden, St. John's Episcopal Church, Stock-
ton, 1939-41; V.-P.. Exec. Council 1941,
Diocese of the San Joaquin; Delegate to Pro-
vincial Synod, 1941 and Mem., Prov. Council,
1941-44 and alternate delegate CJen. Conven-
tion, 1940; Cathedral Chapter, Diocese of
the San Joaquin, Fresno (Calif.), 1931.
Bus. Address: Port Stockton, Stockton, Calif.
Home Address: 120 E. Magnolia St., Stock-
ton, Calif.

ALLISON, Dean Tecpe Elizabeth,

A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Dean of Women, San Bernardino Valley
Junior College.

Born: Place and date not listed; d. of Eliza-
beth Dunning (Hill) and John Homer Alli-

Education: University of Oklahoma; U. of
Calif.; U. of London.

Degrees: A.B.. M.A., Ph.D. Holder of EUle
Fogerty Fellowship, Centrol Coll. of Speech,
U. of London.

Prof. Record: Dean of Women and In-
structor In English, San Mateo Jr. Coll..
1922-25; Visiting Lecturer In English,
Smith Coll., Mass., 19.34-.35; Lecturer,
Hunter Coll. (N.Y.), 1930-.'52, summer ses-
sions; Dean of Women and Chairman of
Dlv. of English Language and Literature,
San Bernardino Valley Jr. Coll., 1927-40.
Publications: Has written extensively
for various academic journals, and many
critical reviews, and articles of gen-
eral Interest for the N.Y. Times and Players
Maganzine. as well as sketches on early
Calif, and the theatre. In addition to
these Dean Allison has written texts which
are now being used in schools. Her list of
professional publications include; Revealing
the World: A Theatre Program for Adults,
Theatre and Schl., May, l930:The Theatre in
Adult Education. Theatre Arts Mag., July,
19,30; Student Directors, The Playbill, Sept.,
1933; Our Newest Educational Theatre, The
Jr. Coll. Journal, Feb., 1934; What of the
Survey Courses, Yearbook, (Nat'l Deans of
Women Assn.), 1935; Building a Coll. Thea-
tre's Wardrobe, The Playbill, 1936.
Memberships: Modern Language Assn. of
Amer.; Nat'l Deans of Women Assn.; Calif.
Deans of Women; Educational Theatre Con-
ference; Pac. Coast Philologiiccal Assn. Am-
erican Assn. of University Women.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

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