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Memorial Commn. of San Francisco, 1932-33;
now Importer and Mfgr., spices, seeds, herbs,
coffee, tea.

Directorships: Vice-Pres. and Treas., McClin-
tock-Stern Co., Inc. (San Francisco and Los
Angeles* ; Dir. and Asst. Treas., San Fran-
cisco Bd. of Trade; Treas. of Pacific Coast
Spice Grinders Assn.; Dir. of Temple Beth

Navy Record: Lieut. Commdr., U.S. Naval
Res. (retired) : 22 yrs. service in regular U.S.
Navy and U.S. Naval Reserve.
Awards: World War Medal; Me.xican Cam-
paign Medal; Meritorious Medal (Navy).
Memberships : Union League; Army and Navy
Club; Amer. Legion; Mason; B'nai B'rith;
Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Religion: Jewish.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Study of Ornithology.

Bus. Address: 305 Clay St., San Francisco,

Home Address: 2161 Bay St., San Francisco,

STEUBER. Lillian

Concert Pianist.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.); d. of Laura (Van
Tuyl) and Adolph G. Steuber.
Education: Public grammar school and Cum-
nock School, in Los Angeles: studied piano
with Julian Pascal (Los Angeles), Joseph Lhe-
vinne (N.Y.), Harold Bauer, and Egon Petri.
Prof. Record: Recitals in New York, Boston,
Mexico City and throughout So. Calif.; Solo-
ist with Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra

under RodzlnskI ani"! Klemperer, and In Holly-
wood Bowl under Slonlmsky; numerous other
appearances a.s Orchestral .Sfjloisl, Chamber
Music Artist, and Recllallst; Member of Pen-
stemur Trio, six appearances on Coleman
Chamber series in Pasadena; has given .several
"first performances" In the west, of out-
standing modern works; has given, In various
cities, as many as 20 recitals without repeat-
ing a single composition.

Memberships: Sigma Alpha Iota (Hon. Mem.).
Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Gardening, walking, and reading.
Home Address: 571 No. Mariposa Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

STEUNENBERG. Major George E.,
U. S. Army

Army Officer, Poet.

Born: Knoxville (Iowa), Aug. 10, 1870; s. of

Cornelia (Keppel) and Bernardus Steunen-


Education: High school, Knoxville.
Married: Georgia Anna Carter, in Los Ange-
les (Calif.), July 20, 1940; ch.; one daughter.
Publications: Songs of a Soldier and Memories
of Hawaii (verse); designated by New York
Times as "Poet Laureate of the Army."
Ar7>iy and Navy Record: Enlisted in the U.S.
Navy, 1892-95; was present at the raising of
the American flag over Honolulu in 1893 and
over Manila in 1898; joined army in Spanish
War and remained in for life; served in every
grade from Private to Major; served in Infan-
try and Cavalry in Philippines, Cuba, and

Memberships: Mason.

Politics: Democrat, but not a New Dealer.
Home Address: 519 No. Ardmore Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif. •

STEVEN, John Boardman. A.B., LL.B.

Lawyer, School Official; Director, Personnel
Commission, Los Angeles City Schools.
Born: Boardman (Wis.), Aug. 9, 1888; s. of
Ellen Josephine (Boardman) and William Ste-

Education: Glenwood City (Wis.); Univ. of
Wisconsin; Univ. of the Philippines; George-
town Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Wisconsin. 1916, and
LL.B., Georgetown Univ., 1915.
Married: Ettie Maud Hussey, d. of Carry Smi-
ley in Augusta (Maine), Dec. 25, 1915; ch.:
John Steven, Jr.

Prof. Record: Examiner, Bureau of Civil Serv-
ice (Manila, P.I.), 1909-13; federal service in
Washington, 1913-15; Wis. Civ. Serv. Com.
(Madison), Asst. Chief Examiner, 1916-19;
N.Y. State Civ. Serv. (Albanv), Chief Exam.,
1920-23; Los Angeles Co. Civ. Serv., Secy, and
Chief Examiner, 1923-25; Los Angeles Munici-
pal League, Asso.-Secy., 1928-32: Lawyer,
1934-36; Personnel Commission, Los Angeles
City Schools, Director, 1936 — .

Memberships: X Club; Government Adminis-
tration Group; Civil Service Assembly: Per-
sonnelists; Soc. for the Advancement of Man-
agement; Public Administration Counsel.
Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 5224 Ellenvvood PI., Los An-
geles, Calif. »



STEVENS, The Reverend Frank Gil-
bert Haven. A.B., B.D., M.A., D.D.

Born: Mount Union (Penn.), Aug. 27, 1874;
s. of Annie (Bush> and Frank D. Stevens.
Education: Pasadena High School; Univ. of
So. Calif.; Drew Theological Seminary.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of So. Calif., 1899; B.D.,
Drew Theol Sem., 1902; M.A., Univ. of So.
Calif.. 1903; D.D., Univ. of So. Calif., 1919.
Married: (1) Zana E., d. of G. D. Terpenning,
in Pasadena (Calif.), Dec. 25, 1902; (2) P.
Adelaide, d. of Robert F. Harrison in Santa
Monica (Calif.), Apr. 13, 1910; ch.: Lois Mary
Mohn (married), Frances Harrison, Adelaide

Prof. Record: Ordained Deacon, 1902; Elder,
1904; Pastorates; Lamanda Park Meth., 1902-
03, Santa Monica Meth., 1903-08, Lake Ave.
Meth. (Pasadena), 1908-16, Trinity Pomona
Meth., 1916-18, Chaplain, U.S. Army, 1918;
First Fresno Meth., 1919-28; Santa Monica
Meth.. 1928-35; Dist. Supt., Long Beach Dist.
Methodist Church, 1935-36; Dist. Supt., Pasa-
dena Dist. Meth. Church, 1936-41. Pastor,
St. James Meth. Ch., Pasadena, 1941 — .
Directorships: Trustee, So. California- Arizona
Conf. Meth. Church; Member, World Service
Com., Meth. Church; Dir., California Drys,

Army Record: Chaplain, U.S. Army, 1918.
Memberships: New Century Club of Pasadena.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Prohibitionist.
Recreations: Hiking, packing trips, gardening.

Bus. Address: Rt. 1, Box 200-B, Pasadena,

STEVENS, Ida May. A.B., M.A.

state Official, Supervising Morbidity Statisti-
cian, California State Department of Public

Born: Calistoga, Calif., June 19, 1891; d. of
Hattie (Wright) and Charles A. Stevens.

Education: Elementary school (Calistoga);
High school (Napa) ; Univ. of Calif. (Berke-
ley) School of Hygiene and Public Health,
Johns Hopkins Univ. (Baltimore, Md.).

Degrees: A.B., 1915, and M.A., 1916, Univ. of

Prof. Record: Asst., Dept. of Hygiene, Univ.
of Calif., 1915-17; Chief Bacteriologist, State
Hygienic Laboratory (Calif.), 1917-20; Asst.
Epidemiologist, Bureau of Epidemiology,
Calif. State Dept. of Public Health, 1920-30;
on leave, Sept. 1926-June 1927 for post-grad-
uate study at Johns Hopkins Univ. ; Supervis-
ing Morbidity Statistician, Calif. State Dept.
of Public Health, 1930—.

Publications: Numerous articles of technical
nature which have been published in various
scientific journals.

Memberships: Delta Omega; Women's Faculty
Club (Univ. of Calif.); Women's City Club of
San Francisco; American Public Health Assoc.

Religion: Protestant.

Bus. Address: Phelan Bldg., San Francisco,

Home Address: 2650 Parker St., Berkeley,
calif. •

STEVENS, Samuel Stanclift. LL.B.

Member of the law firm of Heller, Ehrman,
White & McAuliffe.

Born: Indianapolis (Ind.), Feb. 17, 1889; s of
Julia Maria (Stanclift) and George Gove Ste-

Education: University of California.
Degrees: LL.B., Univ. of Calif., 1913.
Married: Lois Stevens, d. of Emma C. Vos-
winkel in New York City (N.Y.), Jan. 30,
1917; ch.: Mary Cynthia, Samuel Phillips.
Prof Record: Member of the law firm of
Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliffe, and as-
sociated with the firm since 1913.
Directorships: Dir. and Secy., Langendorf
United Bakeries, Inc.

Army Record: Second Lieut., U.S. Air Service,

Memberships: Sigma Nu; Bohemian, Pacific-
Union, Claremont Country, The Family, Olym-
pic Clubs.

Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf and fishing.
Bits. Address: 14 Montgomery St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 160 La Salle Ave., Piedmont,
Calif. *

STEVENS. Thad Walker. A.B., M.A.

Principal, Rockridge School.
Born: Norfolk (Neb.), March 31, 1892; s. of
Annie (Walker) and Henry Clay Stevens.
Education: San Jose High School; San Jose
State Normal School; Univ. of California

Degrees: A.B., 1927 and M.A., 1930, Univ. of

Married: Bessie Mae, d. of John Edward Wea-
ver, in San Jose (Calif.), June 3, 1917; ch.:
Patricia Margaret Stevens.
Prof Record: Served various San Francisco
public schools until May 1917; Teacher, Coun-
selor, at various Oakland schools, including
Univ. High School, 1919-32; Headmaster, Bo-
nita (private) School (Bonita, Calif.), 1932-
33; Claremont Jr. High (Oakland), 1933-37;
Dept. of Education, Univ. of Calif., July 1937-
Aug 1937; Principal, Melrose School (Oak-
land), Aug. 1937-June 1940; Principal, Rock-
ridge School (Oakland), 1940—.
Navy Record: Enlisted, U.S. Navy, May 18,
1917- served as Radioman First Class and
Chief Radioman, U.S. Naval High Power Ra-
dio Station, Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), until
May 1919; served various ships, U.S. Navy, as
Chief Radioman, U.S. Naval Reserve, 1919-22.
Memberships: Phi Delta Kappa. Phi Sigma
Alpha; Henry Morse Stephens Lodge, F.&A.M.,
No. 541 (Berkeley) ; Oakland Forum.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Travel, geology, astronomy, pho-
tography, sports.

Bus. Address: 1025 Second Ave., Oakland,

Home Address: 4725 Edgewood Ave., Oakland,
STEVENS, The Rt. Reverend W(illiam)
Bertrand. A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D.,
LL.D., D.D.

Clergyman; Bishop of Los Angeles.
Born: Lewiston (Me.), Nov. 19, 1884, s. of



Ada (McKenziet and Albion Morse.
Ediictition: Uates CoIIcko; Columbia U.; New
York U.; Episcopal Theol. School.
Dcgrrcs: A.B.. Bates ColleRO, 1906; M.A..
Columbia U. ISlll; li.u., Episcopal Theol.
School, 1910; Ph.D., New York U., 191G:
LL.U., U. oC So. Calif., 1921; D.D., Bates
College, 1922.

Married: Violet Healhcote, d. of Wm. E. Bond
of New York City; ch.: Ellen (Mrs. G. P.
Princei, Ann (Mrs. Edw. McNair), Edith
(Mrs. Clayton Shelburne), Emily (Mrs. Kemp-
ton B. Hall».

Prof. Rcroril: Ordained Deacon, 1910, Priest,
1911, Curate, Holy Trinity Church, New York
City, 1910-12; Itector, St. Ann's Church, New
York City, 1912-17; Rector, St. Mark'sChurch,
San Antonio (Te.\.), 1917-20; Bisliop Coadju-
tor (Los Angeles), 1920-28; Bishop of Los
Angeles, since 1928.

Directorships: Trustee, Hospital of Good Sa-
maritan; Harvard School; Bishop's School;
Occidental College; Scripps College: School
for Christian Service; Los Angeles Art Assn.;
Member of Council, Mills College.
Publications: A Bishop Beloved, 1936; The
Reconciling Christ, 1938, (collaborator) ; Re-
ality in Fellowship, 1939; Editor's Quest, 1940.
Army Service: Formerly Field Director, Amer-
ican Red Cross; Major tChaplaim, U.S. Re-
serve; Captain, Calif. Naval Militia.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Gamma
Delta, Pi Epsilon Theta, Theta Phi, Phi Mu
Alpha. Clubs; University (Pasadena), Los An-
geles Athletic, Jonathan, Sunset, Twenty;
Mason, 33°; Knight Templar; Red Cross of
Constantine: General Chaplain, Sons of Revo-
lution, Society Colonial Wars, Descendants of
Colonial Clergy.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 615 So. Figueroa St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

H07ne Address: 929 Buena Vista St., So.
Pasadena, Calif.

STEVENSON, The Reverend Joseph
Albert, A.B., D.D.

Clergyman (deceased Feb. 18, 1941).
Born: Burgettstown (Pa.), Feb. 8, 1868; s. of
Hannah (Van Emmon) and James Stevenson.
Education: Washington and Jefferson Col-
lege; Western Theological Seminary.
Degrees: A.B., Washington and Jefferson
Coll., 1893; D.D., Occidental Coll., 1910.
Married: Laura I., d. of Anna and David
Eagleson, in Washington (Pa.), Aug. 11,
1896; ch.: Joseph Donald, James Eagleson.
Prof. Record: Pastor, Presby. Church (Utica,
Ohio), Brighton Road Presby. Church (Pitts-
burgh, Pa.i; Pres., Mary Holmes Seminary
(West Point, Miss.); Dean and Prof., Biblical
Literature, Occidental College; Pastor, Presby.
Church (Santa Ana. Calif.); Exec. Secy.,
Church Federation (Los Angeles) ; Pastor,
First Presby. Church (San Jose, Calif.); Di-
rector of Social Educ. in Presby. Church;
Acting Pastor, First Church Oakland, First
Church Los Angeles. Pt. Loma Church (San
Diego), Inglewood Church (Los Angeles Co.),
and Westminster Presby. Church (Pasadena) ;
Moderator of the Synod of California.
Publications: Editor of Social Progress.

Army Record: YMCA, Camp Kearney, France
and Germany.

MemhershipH: Quest Club of San, Rotary
Club (Santa Ana and San Jose).
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horseback riding, swimming,
chopping wood.

[lotne Address: 1325 So. Bronson Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

STEVENSON. Professor Lionel. A.B ,

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

Associate Professor of English, Univ. of So.

Born: Edinburgh (Scotland), July 16, 19(J2; s.
of Mabel Rose (Cary) and Henry Stephenson.
Education: Public and high schools, Duncan
(Hritish Columbia, Can.); Univ. of British
Columbia, Toronto, California, O.xford.
Degrees: A.B., British Columbia, 1922; M.A.,
Toronto, 1923; Ph.D., Calif., 1925; Litt.B.,
Oxford, 1935.

Prof. Record: Instr. in Eng., Univ. of Calif.,
1925-30; Prof, of Eng. and Head of Dept.,
Ariz. State Teachers Coll. at Tempe, 1930-37;
Asst. Prof, of Eng., Univ. of So. Calif., 1937-
41, Asso. Prof., 1941 — .

Publications: A Pool of Stars (poems), 1926;
Appraisals of Canadian Literature, 1926; The
Rose of the Sea (poems), 1932; Darwin Among
the Poets, 1932; The Wild Irish Girl (biogra-
phy), 1936; Doctor Quicksilver (biography).

Memberships: Authors (London, Eng.); Arts
and Letters (Toronto); P.E.N. (San Fran-
cisco Chapt.); Calif. Writers (Pres., 1928-30);
Canadian Authors Assn. ; Dickens Fellowship
(Pres., Oakland-Berkeley branch, 1926-28, Los
Angeles branch, 1938 — ) ; Faculty (Univ. of
So. Calif.).

Religion : Episcopal.

Politics: Democrat.

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

Home Address: 1316 W. 40th PL, Los Angeles,
Calif. ♦


Chartered Life Underwriter; General Agent,
Euiqtable Life Asurance Soc. of the United

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), July 18, 1904; s.
of Laura M. (Brown) and Fred A. Stever.
Education: Los Angeles public schools; U. of
So. California.

Degrees: B.S. (business administration), U. of
So. Calif., 1926.

Married: Alda, d. of Mabel (Cotton) and Eu-
gene A. Mills at Pasadena (Calif.), June 27,
1928; ch.: Richard Lee, Gary Mills.
Prof. Record: General contracting business,
firm of Ron Stever & Co., 1926-32; engaged
in life insurance and estate planning, since
1932; Pasadena Manager, Equitable Life As-
surance Society, since Jan. 1, 1934; chartered
Life Underwriter (C.L.U.), professional des-
ignation received in 1936; Director of C.L.U.
Institute. Life Member, Million Dollar Round
Table of the National Assn. of Life Under-
writers. Specializes in estate taxes and estate
planning, writing and delivering many papers
on these subjects.

Directorships: La Vina Corp.; Pres., Pasadena
Community C:hest; elected to Board of Dlrec-



tors, First Trust and Savings Banlc of Pasa-
dena, Jan., 1941.

Publications: Articles for trade journals.
Awards- Honor award as outstanding repre-
sentative of Equitable Life Assurance Society,

Members/! ips; Phi Kappa Psi (college social);
Alpha Kappa Psi (professional); University
Club (Pasadenal ; California Club.
Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Badminton, football.
Bits. Address: Pacific Southwest Bldg., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 1368 Bedford Rd., San Ma-
rino, Calif.

STEWART, Alpheus Lloyd. A.B.

Educator; Superintendent, Owner, San Rafael

Military Academy.

Born: Stockton (Calif.), Nov. 20, 1S90; s. of

Sarah (Higgins) and James A. Stewart.

Education: Stockton High School; Univ. of

Calif. (Berkeley).

Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Calif., 1915.

Married: Dorris Belle, d. oj Fred E Mea-

cham, in San Francisco (Calif.), Nov. 2, 1931,

ch.: Sally, Jimmy, Sandra, Susan.

Prof. Record: Superintendent and Owner of

San Rafael Military Academy, since 1925;

Superintendent and Owner of the Tamalpais

School, since July, 1939.

Army Record: Overseas, during World War I,


Memberships: Marin Golf and Country Club;

Marin Yacht Club; Rotary Club; Mason.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf, hunting, fishing.

Bus. Address: San Rafael Military Academy,

Box 8, San Rafael, Calif.

Home Address: El Cerrito Ave., San Rafael


STEWART. Donald Ogden. A.B.

Author, Actor.

Born: Columbus (Ohio), Nov. 30, 1894; s of
Clara Landon (Ogden) and Gilbert Holland

Education: Yale University.
Degrees: A.B., Yale Univ., 1916.
Married: Beatrice Ames, at Santa Barbara
(Calif.), July 24, 1926 (div. Sept. 8 1938 ;
ch ■ Ames Ogden, Donald Ogden, Jr.; (2) Ella
Winter (wid., Lincoln Steffens), at Ventura
(Calif.), Mar. 4, 1939.

Prof. Record: Appeared as Nick Potter in
Phillip Barry's Holiday, produced at Plymouth
Theatre (NY.), Nov., 1928- June, 1929; on
road, 1929; appeared as Les Crawford, in own
play. Rebound, 1930.

Publications: A Parody Outline of History.
1921- Perfect Behavior, 1922; Aunt Pollys
Story of Mankind. 1923; Mr. and Mrs. Had-
dock Abroad. 1924; The Crazy Fool. 1925;
Mr and Mrs. Haddock in Paris. France. 1926;
Father William. 1929; Rebound (play, prod.
Plymouth Theatre, N.Y.), 1930.
Navy Record: Served as Seaman, Quartemas-
ter, and Chief Q.M., U.S. Navy, World War I.
Memberships: Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Home Address: Carmel, Calif.

STEWART. Dorman V.

Secretary-Manager, 45th District Agricultural
Association of the State of California.
Born- San Francisco (Calif.), May 14, 1897;
s. of Florence B. (Dorman) and William B.

Education: California public schools.
Married: Mattie P., d. of Alic. Gaskill, in
San Francisco, Sept. 29, 1919.
Prof Record: Farming in San Joaquin and
Imperial Valleys; Secy.-Mgr., 45th District
Agr. Assn. of State of Calif., since April 5,
1931- Past Commander, Amer. Legion; Past
Master, Imperial Lodge, Masons; City Coun-
cilman for si.K years; Mayor for three years;
Past Pres., Imperial Farm Bureau, and Caul.
League of Municipalities, Imperial Chapter;
Past Pres., Imperial Valley Milk Inst., Impe-
rial Chamber of Commerce. Dir., Western
Fair Assn.; Trustee, Imperial Masonic Home,
Committeeman Boy Scouts of Amer. ; Hon.
Mayor of Boys Town.

Army Record: Served with Co. C, First Field
Signal Batt., Second Div., World War I.
Awards: Purple Heart and Gold Oak Leaf.
Membershivs: Amer. Legion; Lions; Mason;
Second Div. Assn.; D.A.V.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing, and philately.
Bus. Address: Imperial County Fair Grounds,
Imperial, Calif.

Home Address: 3030 So. Imperial Ave., and
Box, 308, Imperial, Calif.

STEWART. Professor Frank Mann.

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

Professor of Political Science, University of
California, Los Angeles.

Born: Sherman (Tex.), April 8, 1894; s. of
Mary Josephine (Mann) and John Wiley Stew-
art, Jr.

Education: Sherman High School, Austin
Coll , Sherman (Tex.); Univ. of Texas; Inst,
of Public Adm. (New York City), (training
school for public service) ; Univ. of Chicago.

Degrees: A.B., 1915, M.A., 1917, Univ of
Texas; Certificate in Public Administration,
Inst, of Public Administration, 1921; Ph.D.,
Univ. of Chicago, 1928.

Married: Martha Roberta, d. of Mattie Hope
(Anderson) and Robert Rice Dulin, in Austin
(Tex.), Oct. 30, 1921.

Prof Record: Univ. of Texas, Dept. of Govt.;
Tutor 1916-17; Instr., 1919-23; Adjunct Prof.,
1923-26; Asso. Prof., 1926-29; Prof., 1929-32,
Univ. of Calif. (Los Angeles); Lecturer in
Political Science, 1930-31; Prof, of Political
Sci 1932— (Chmn. of Dept. of Political Sci-
ence, 1935-39); Dir. of Bureau of Govern-
mental Research, 1937—; Head, Div. of Govt.
Research, Univ. of Texas, 1919-24.

Publications: Books: National Civil Service
Reform League (Univ. of Texas press), 1929;
Constitution and Government of "^ea-as (D. C.
Heath), 1930; revised edit., 1933 and ISclb
(Co- Author with J. L. Clark). Articles: Con-
tributor to American Political Science Review;
Public Management. National Municipal Re-
view. Southwestern Social Science Quarterly.
Good Government, Western City.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa (member of
Council, U.C.L.A. Chapt., 1936-1937, 1940-



1!M1. Vice-Pros., U.C.L.A. Chapt., 19;)!M0);
PI Slt;ma Alpha, PI CJamma Mu (Prcs. Calif.
Delta Chapt.. IJKJCi-.'i? and Chancellor Western
Keglon Nat. OiK'anlzation. l!Ki7 ); A m e r.
Political Sci. A.ssn. (Member, K.\ec. Council,
l!t;n-;!-l, Vlce-Pres., 1911): Nat. Municipal
League; Nat. Civil Serv. Heform League
(Member of Council, 19:50- ■) ; Internal. City
Mgrs. Assn. (Contributing Edit., Public Man-
asremcnt, i;):>(i-l()) ; Town M a I I, Municipal
League of Los Angeles; Member of Citv Char-
ter Revision Committee (Los Angeles, 1940 — ).
Religion: Disciples of Christ.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Horseback riding.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Los Ange-
.es. Calif.

Home Address: 908 Malcolm Ave., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Modern Dance (Los Angeles), 1936; foreign
correspondent on travel, dunce, and music for
Amor, dance Journals and several Calif, news-
papers; Founder and Kxec. Secy., of Pasa-
dena Civic Hallet A.ssn., Inc.. from June,
UMO; .Secretary, Pa.sadena Museum of Art.

Directorships: Pasadena Civic Ballet Assn..

Publications: Modern Dance, 19.35; misc. arti-
cles on dance, travel and music In: American
Dancer mag., Dance mag.. Dance Observer
mag.. Journal of Health and Physical Educa-
tion, Pacific Coast Musician, etc.
Memberships: Music Arts Club of Pasadena.
Religion: Protestant.
Recreations: Travel.

Home: Address: 48 So. Raymond Ave., Pasa-
dena, and 1.38 Alta St., Arcadia, Calif.

STEWART, Professor George Rippey.

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

Associate Professor of English, Univ. of Calif.

Born: Sewickley (Pa.), May 31, 1895; s. of
Ella May (Wilson) and CJeorge Rippey Stew-

Education: Public schools; Princeton Univ •
Univ. of Calif.; Columbia.
Degrees: A.B., Princeton, 1917; M.A., Univ. of
California, 1920; Ph.D., Columbia, 1922.
Married: Theodosia. d. of Marion LeRoy Bur-
ton, in Ann Arbor (Mich.), May 17, 1924; ch. :
Jill, and John Harris.

Prof. Record: Asst.. Univ. of Calif., 1920;
Lecturer, Columbia Univ., 1921; Instr., Univ
of Mich.. 1922; Instr., Univ. of Calif., 1923-
Asst. Prof., Univ. of Calif., 1925; Asso. Prof.
Univ. of Calif., 1935.

Publications: Technique of English Verse.
1930; Bret Harte, Argonaut and Exile, 1931;
English Composition, a Laboratory Course,
1936; Ordeal by Hunger, the Story of the
Donner Party, 1936; John Phoenix, 1937; East
of the Giants (novel), 1938; Take Your Bible
in One Hand, 1939; Doctor's Oral (novel),
1939; and many mag. articles, etc.
Army Record: U.S. Army, 1917-19.
Awards: Commonwealth Club of Calif., Liter-
ature Award, Silver Medal, 1936; Gold Medal

Memberships: Faculty Club; Phi Beta Kappa.
Bus. Address: Dept. of English, Univ. of Cal-
ifornia, Berkeley, Calif.

Home Address: 807 San Luis Rd., Berkeley

STEWART. Virginia. A.B.

Authority on the Dance.

Bom: Los Angeles (Calif.), May 13, 1909; d.
of Jessie (Osgood) and Charles W. Stewart.
Education: Univ. of California (Los Ansreles) ;
Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley); Mary Wigman
Central Inst, of Dance, Dresden (Ger.).
Degrees: A.B. in Philosophy, Univ. of Calif.,

Married: Kurt Metze, in Berlin (Ger.), 1937;
ch. : Robin Stewart Metze.
Prof. Record: Amer. Bus. Representative for
the Mary Wigman Central Inst, of Dance,
Dresden (Ger.), 1933-37; Organizer and Dir.
of Internat. Dance Study Tours in 1933, 1934,
1935, 1936, 1937, to Europe; Dir., School of

STEWART, Wendy, B.Sc, LL.B.,
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.
Lawyer, Lecturer.

Born: ^Northampton (Eng.), Aug. 29, 1906; d.
of Ada Blanche (Stenhouse) and Augustus
Albert Stewart.

Education: Univ. of London (Eng.); Univ. of
So. Calif.

Degrees: B.Sc, 1926, LL.B.. 1929, Univ. of
London; Member, Royal College of Surgeons
of England and Licentiate of Royal College
of Physicians of London, 1930.

Married: (1) Clyde K. Emery, in London
(Eng. I, 1929 (div. 1937); (2) Patrick L. Pal-
ace, 1940.

Prof. Record: Admitted to practice medicine
as M.D. in Calif., 1930; admitted to practice
law in Calif.. 1932; since 1932, in private
practice as Atty. in Hollywood; Chmn., Medi-
cal Defense Com., Los Angeles Co. Medical
Assn., 1939-40, 1940-41; Chmn., Legislative
Section Health Div., Council of Social Agen-
cies of Los Angeles, 1937-38, 1938-39. and
1939-40; Chmn., Com. on Social Legislation,
Council of Social Agencies of Los Angeles,
1940-41; now Lecturer in Public Administra-
tion, Univ. of So. Calif.

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