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Directorships: First Vice-Pres., Citizens Hous-
ing Council of Los Angeles; Member, Bd. of
Dir., Calif. Conf. of Soc. Work; Member, Bd.
of Dir., So. Calif. Soc. for the Control of
Syphilis and Gonorrhea; Member, Bd. of Dir.,
So. Calif. Section Nat. Conf. on Family Rela-
tions; formerly, Member, Bd. of Dir., Travel-
ers' Aid Soc. of Los Angeles.
Publications: Co-author with Augusta Ro-
senberg: Essentials of Commercial Law in

Memberships: Los Angeles Bar Assn.; Holly-
wood Bar Assn.; Amer. Bar Assn.; Calif.
Bar Assn. ; Los Angeles Co. Medical Assn. ;
Calif. Medical Assn.; Amer. Public Health

Recreations: Tennis, table tennis, horseback
riding, swimming.

Bus. Address: Hollywood Center Bldg., Holly-
wood, Calif.

Home Address: La Hacienda de la Sola
Vaca, 19106 Chase St., Northridge, Calif.

STEWART, Winifred Gray


Born: Brockton (Mass.). Dec. 2, 1901; d. of

Minnie (Packard) and Winfield Scott Benson.



Education: Mass. public schools; Washington
Slate Coll.

Married: Everett E., s. of Eugenia (Maker)
and Samuel Stewart, in Spokane (Wash.),
Aug. 26, 1920.

PubUcations: Poems in various standard and
literary journals, newspapers and anthologies.
Memberships: League of Amer. Writers
(Northern Calif, branch).
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Painting, photography, botany.
Home Address: 2833 Sacramento St., Sacra-
mento, Calif.

STILES. Pauline, Litt.B., M.B.

Boryi: Lexington (111.); d. of Fannie Jane
(Okeson) and Dr. William H. Stiles.
Education: San Bernardino public schools;
Nat Park Seminary; Univ. of Redlands; Miss
Paulina Moxley's School for Girls, Rome

Degrees: Litt.B., Nat. Park Seminary; M.B.,
Univ. of Redlands.

Publications: Books: New Footprints in Old
Places (Paul Elder and Co.); The Crooked
Stick (George H. Doran Co.); Cloud by Day,
The Mote and the Beam, The Borrowed Lover,
Lovers Must Live, Red Pavilion (Doubleday
Doran) ; Bo7ids of Liberty (Farrar and Rine
hart) Four novels pub. in England; shon
stories in the Ladies Home Journal, McCall s.
Woman's Journal (London); serial, Chicago
Tribune Syndicate.

Memberships: Authors League of Amer.;
Calif. Writers Guild.
Religion: Protestant (Presbyterian).
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Gardening, walking, motoring.
Home Address: 333 - 17th St., San Bernar-
dino, Calif.

STILL, William Grant. Mus.M.

Born: Woodville (Miss.), May 11, 1895; s. of
Carrie Lena (Fambro) and William Grant

Education: Wilberforce Univ.; Oberlin Con-
servatory; New England Conservatory.
Degrees: Mus.M., Wilberforce Univ., 1936.
Married: Verna, d. of Bessie and David Ar-
vey, in Mexico, 1938; ch.: William Bundy,
Gail, June, Elaine, Duncan Allan.
Prof Record: Composer of Afro- American
Symphony, Symphony in G Minor, Africa,
Kaintuck, And They Lynched Hxm on a Tree,
two operas and many piano pieces and songs,
which have been played the world over; win-
ner of an extended Guggenheim Fellowship, a
Ronsenwald Fellowship and recipient of sev-
eral commissions to compose special music,
among them that for the New York World s
Fair 1939-40; for the League of Composers
and for the Columbia Broadcasting System;
has conducted own compositions with many
leading symphony orchestras in the U.S.
Publications: Orchestral works pub. by J.
Fischer and Bro., Carl Fischer; piano pieces
pub by J. Fischer and Bro., Robbins Music
Corp.; songs pub. by Handy Bros., Pub. Co.
and G. Schirmer Inc. ; ballet pub by J. Fischer
and Bro.

Army Record: Mess attendant in U.S. Navy

during World War I.

Memberhips: ASCAP, League of Composers,

New Music Soc.

Address: Box 97, Station D., Los Angeles,


STIMSON, Marshall


Born: Cambridge (Mass.), May 21, 1876; s. of
Ella C. (Marshall) and Martin W. Stimson.
Education: Los Angeles High Sch.; Harvard
Coll., 1900; Harvard Univ. Law Sch., two yrs.
Married: Mary, d. of Hugh Taylor Gordon, in
Azusa (Calif.), Apr. 27, 1904; ch. : Gordon,
Mary (Mrs. Samuel Haskins), Eleanor (Mrs.
Thomas Treanor), Patricia, Diana.
Prof Record: Admitted to Bar of State of
Mass., 1901; to Bar of State of Calif., 1903;
practiced law in Los Angeles since Feb., 1903,
specializing in probates, real estate, and spl.
assessment law; Dir., Los Angeles Chamber
of Commerce, 1907-09; Exec. Com. of Munici-
pal League, 1908-15; Pres., Good Government
Organization, 1909-14, and since 1939; one of
organizers of Lincoln-Roosevelt Rep. League
of Calif., also of Progressive Party; Chmn.,
Sixth Dist. Congl. Com., 1910-16; Mem., Exec.
Com , Rep. Party in Calif., 1910-18; Delegate
Rep Natl. Conv., Pres. Elector, 1912; Chmn.,
Theodore Roosevelt's meeting in Los Angeles;
Mem State Com. Pan-Pacific Expn. (San
Francisco), 1915-17; Chmn., Woodrow Wil-
son's meeting in Los Angeles, 1919; Mgr
League of Nations Assn. (Los Angeles), 1919;
Vice-Chmn., William Allen White Com. to
Defend America by Aiding the Allies, 1940.
Directorships: So. Calif. Chmn., Theodore
Roosevelt Mem. Assn. and one of Natl. Trus-
tees; Pres., Good Govt. Organization.
Publications: Lecture: The Romance of the
Clipper Ships.

Army Service: Chmn., Los Angeles Com. of
Four-Minute Men in Word War I, 1917-18.
Memberships: Sons of Revolution, Hist. Soc.
of So Calif.; Scribes, Los Fiesteros, Pioneer
Soc; Commonwealth, Univ., Los Angeles
Country, The Beach Clubs.
Religion: Christian Science.
Politics: Progressive Republican.
Recreations: Golf, and ocean swimming.
Bus. Address: Wright and Callender Bldg.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 1060 Kensington Rd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

STOCK, Professor Chester, B.S.,
Ph.D., F.A.A.A.S.

Prof, of Paleontology, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Jan. 28, 1892;
s. of Maria Henriette (Meyer) and John En-
glebert Stock.

Education: Pub. schs. of San Francisco; Univ.
of Calif.

Degrees: B.S., 1914, and Ph.D., 1917, Univ.
of Calif.

Married: (1) Clara Margaret (dec Mar 20,
1934) d of Mrs. Margaret L. Doud, in Oak-
land (Calif.), June 2, 1921; ch.: Jane Henri-
ette, John Chester. (2) Margaret Gardner, d.
of Mrs Henry Heartt Wood, in Pasadena
(Calif.), July 3, 1935; ch.: one son, dec.
Prof. Record: Asst. in Paleontology, Univ. of



Calif. (Borki'loy), 1!)17-I!); Inslr.. 1!)1!» - J1,
Asst. Prof., 19'J1-L'(>, and Prof, gf Paleontol-
ogy, Calif. Inst, of Tech. (Pasadena), since
192f;: Curatorial Consultant In Science, Los
Angeles Mus.; Research Asso., CarneRle Inst.
(Washington, D.O: was Visiting Prof, of
Zoology. Univ. of Calif. (Los Angeles), fall
term, 19.'{9; Kellow of John Simon CJuggen-
helm Memorial Foundation, lfl;«)-40, 1910-41.
Publications: Numerous articles on paleon-
tology published in scientific and popular
magazines; most articles concern Calif, and
Pacific Coast.

Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Assn. for Ad-
vancement of Science: Athenaeum; Paleon-
tologlcal Soc. of Amer., Geol. Soc. of Amer.,
Amer. Soc. Naturalists. Amer. Soc. Mammal-
jgists: Amer. Assn. of Univ. Profs.;" No. Ariz.
Soc. Sci. and Arts; Amer. Acad. Arts and
Sciences; So. Calif. Acad. Sci.
Bus. Address: California Inst, of Technology,
Pasadena, Calif.; Los Angeles Museum, Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 1633 Linda Vista Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

STOCKTON. Francis Warren

Judge of the Superior Court.

Born: Granite Station (Calif.), May 16, 1892;

s. of Frances E. (Engle) and Robert L.


Education: Kern Co. pub. schs.; Hastings

Coll. of Law, 1913.

Married: Frances Welty Herndon, d. of Rose
and John Marshall Herndon, in California,
June 18, 1913; ch. : Denton Bernard, Mildred
Frances (Mrs. Roberts), Warren William,
John Irwin.

Prof. Record: Deputy Dist. Atty. of Kern Co.,
1913-14; Rancher and Dairyman, 1915-27;
Deputy Dist. Atty. of Kern Co., 1927-38;
Trustee, Standard Sch. Dist., 1929-38; elected
Judge of Superior Court of State of Calif.,
Aug. 26, 1938; Pres. Judge, 1940, and now
Judge of Juvenile Dept.

Directorships: Pres., Bd. of Dirs. and Mgr.
of Stockton Estate fCorp.).
Memberships: Native Sons, Eagles, Optimist,
Civitans, North of the River Assn.
Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Ranching.

Bus. Address: Court House, Bakersfield, Calif .
Home Address: 447 Arvin St., Rt. 1, Bakers-
field, Calif. »

STOCKWELL, Professor Marvel Mar-
ion. A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Asso. Prof, of Economics, Univ. of Calif, at
Los Angeles.

Born: DeKalb (111.), Sept. 28, 1S96; s. of
Lucinda (Smith) and Elmer Stockwell.
Education: Rockford High Sch. (111.); Cornell
Coll.; Univ. of Calif.; Univ. of 111.
Degrees: A.B., Cornell Coll., 1920; M.A., Univ-
of Calif., 1922; Ph.D., Univ. of 111., 1926.

Married: Wilhelmina Alice, d. of W. A. (Sod-
ward, in Sonoma (Calif.), Aug. 21, 1932.

Prof. Record: Teaching Fellow, Univ. of
Calif., 1920-22; Instr., Univ. of 111., 1922-25;
Asst. Prof., Lehigh Univ., 1925-26; Asst. (now
Asso.) Prof., Univ. of Calif. (Los Angeles),
since 1926.

I'uhhciitxnyis : Slii(li'-.i in Cali/orn^n Hl'iln Tax-
ation, 1910-,'55 (Univ. of Calif. Pre.ssj, 1939;
various articles In prof. mag;izlnes.
Army Service: Field Clerk. U.S. Army, 1918-

Memberships: Pi Gamma Mu; Artus.
Religion: Methodist.

Recreations: Swimming, mountain hiking.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Home Address: 1337 Stanford St., Santa Mon-
ica, Calif. •

STOCKWELL, (William) Palmer.

B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Cytogeneticist; Div. Chief in Charge of Forest
Genetics and Dir. of Inst, of Forest Genetics,
Calif. Forest and Range E.xperiment Sta.
Born: Alvin (Tex.), July 7, 1898; s. of Irene
(Tolar) and William R. Stockwell.
Education: Te.xas A. and M. Coll.; Univ. of
Ariz. ; Stanford Univ.

Degrees: B.S., 1931, and M.S., 1932, Ariz.
Univ.; Ph.D., Stanford Univ., 1940.
Married: Marguerite (Stobs) ; ch.: Jane.
Prof. Record: Has background of farming;
Research Asst.. Bovce Thomp.son Arboretum,
Superior (Ariz.), 1926-1929; Research Asst.,
Div. of Plant Biologj-, Carnegie Inst, of Wash.,
Stanford Univ., 1932-35; In Charge of revege-
tation and farm practices, Soil Conservation
Service, Region 8, Albuquerque (New Mex.);
U.S. Forest Service, Inst, of Forest CJenetics
(Placerville and BerKeley, Calif.), dealing
with cytology, taxonomy, and tree breeding,
1937-40; has been Chief of Genetics since

Publications: Arizona Cacti (Univ. of Ariz.
Press), 1932; A Revision of Chaen Chaenactis
(Stanford Univ. Press), 1940; several short
technical papers on cytology, tree breeding,

Army Service: U.S. Army training, Oct. to
Dec, 1918.

Memberships: Amer. (Senetics Soc; Calif.
Botanical Soc; Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi.
Religion: Christian.

Recreations: Fishing, ice skating, hiking.
Bus. Address: Giannini Hall, Univ. of Cali-
fornia, Berkeley, Calif.
Home Address: Berkeley, Calif. •



Born: Austria, 1885; s. of Helene (Rene) and
Peter Stojana.

Education: Austria. France, Italy, Spain;
studied in the orient.

Married: Elizabeth, d. of Josephine and
Charles Rudolph, in Albuquerque (New Mex.) ;
ch. : Ara.

Prof. Record: Has been an Artist all his life;
has his works displayed in private collections
and public exhibitions; has a mural, Bul-
lock's Wilshire, Los Angeles (Calif.).
Recreations: Gardening.

Home Address: 3501 Dahlia Ave., Los Ange-
les, Calif. *

STOKDYK, Ellis Adolph. B.S.,
M.S., Ph.D.

Pres., Berkeley Bank for Cooperatives.
Born: Sheboygan Co. (Wis.), Apr. 11. 1897;



s. of Nellie (Verhulst) and Peter Stokdyk.
Education: Univ. of Wis.; Iowa State Coll.;
Kansas State Coll.

Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Wis., 1920; M.S.,
Kansas State Coll., 1924; Ph.D., Univ. ofWis.,

Married: Virginia Lundy, d. of Nathan A.
Gibson, in Muskogee (Okla.), June 29, 1921;
ch. : Barbara Ann, Virginia Florence, John

Bus Record: Asst. State Club Leader, Univ.
of Wis 1920; Extension Plant Pathologist,
Kansas State Coll., 1921-24; Extension Mar-
keting Specialist, Kansas State Coll., 1924-28;
Fellow in Agr. Economics, Univ. of Wis.,
lM'18-29- Asso. Prof, of Agr. Economics, Univ.
of Calif., 1929-33: Pres., Berkeley Bank for
Cooperatives, 1933-38; Deputy Gov., Farm
Credit Adm., 1938-39; Pres., Berkeley Bank
for Cooperatives, since 1939; Dir., Commodity
Credit Corpn., 1939; Mem., Calif. Prorate
Commn., 1933-38.

Publications: The Farm Board (with West),
(Macmillan) ; The Law of Cooperative Mar-
keting (with Evans).
Navy Service: U.S. Naval Res., 1918.
Memberships: Theta Delta Chi, Gamma Sigma
Delta; Rotary (Berkeley).
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Non-partisan.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: Farm Credit Bldg., Berkeley,
Home Address: 702 Hilldale, Berkeley, Calif.*

STOLOFF. Morris W.

Music Director, Columbia Pictures Corpn.
Born: Philadelphia (Pa.), Aug. 1, 1898; s. of
Anna (Kaplan) and William Stoloff.
Education: Public schools (Philadelphia and
Los Angeles) ; private violin instruction with
Edwin H. Clark, Theodore Spiering and Leo-
pold Auer, as protege of W. A. Clark, Jr.
Married: Elsa. d. of Ellis Cohn, in Los Ange-
les, Apr. 14, 1921.

Prof. Record: Violin concerts, 1915-18; Los
Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, and organ-
ized chamber music group, 1918-28; Concert
Master, Paramount Pictures Recording Or-
chestra, 1928-36; Aiusical Dir., Columbia Pic-
tures Corpn., since 1936; IVuisical Dir. for pro-
ductions: When You're in Love and I'll Take
Romance (Grace Moore), Lost Horizon, Only
Angels Have Wings, Golden Boy, AwfulTruth,
Arizona, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Doc-
tor Takes a Wife, This Thing Called Love,
Music in My Heart, Penny Serenade, Time
Out for Rhythm, You'll Never Get Rich.
Memberships: Academy of Motion Picture
Arts and Sciences.

Bus. Address: Columbia Studio, 1438 No.
Gower St., Hollywood, Calif.
Home Address: Bel- Air, Los Angeles, Calif.*

STONE, Professor Calvin Perry.

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

Professor of Psychology, Stanford Univ.
Born: Portland (Ind.), Feb. 28, 1892; s. of
Emily (Brinkerhoff) and Ezekiel Stone.
Education: Valparaiso Univ.; Indiana Univ.;
Univ. of Minn.

Degrees: A.B., Valparaiso Univ., 1913; M.A.,

Indiana Univ., 1916; Ph.D., Univ. Of Minn.,

Married: Minnie Ruth, d. of Robert Kemper,
in Brook (Ind.), June, 1917; ch.: James Her.
bert, Robert Kemper, Barbara Ruth.
Prof. Record: Prin., high sch., 1910-12; Supt.,
high schs., 1913-14; Teaching Fellow, Univ. of
Minn., 1916, 1919-21, and Instr., Psychol, and
Histol. Anat., 1921-22; Dir. of Research in
Psvchol., Ind. State Reformatory, 1916-17;
Asst. Prof, of Psychol., 1922-25, Asso. Prof.,
1925-29, and Prof, of Psychol, since 1929,
Stanford Univ.; Acting Chmn., Dept. of Psy-
chol., Stanford Univ., 1935-36; did research
at Inst. Juvenile Research, 1928-29; Amer.
Psychol. Assn., Rep. Natl. Research Council,
1931-33, 1936-38.

Picblications : Author of approximately 100
scientific and educational articles, four of
which are chapters in books used as texts.
Army Service: Psychol. Examiner, U.S. Army,
1917-19; attained rank of Capt., S.C.
Memberships: Amer. Assn. for Adv. of Science
(on Exec. Com., 1936-39; Vice-Pres., Sec. I,
1938) ; Amer. Psychol. Assn. (Councilor, 1931-
33); Soc. Expert. Biology and Medicine;
Western Psychol. Assn. ; Western Soc. Nat-

Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis and billiards.
Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif.
Home Address: 427 Lincoln Ave., Palo Alto,
Calif. •

STONE, Professor Hosmer Ward,

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

Associate Professor of Chemistry, University
of California.

Born: Kalamazoo (Mich.), Sept. 26, 1892; s.
of Elizabeth (Warrant) and Fred Ward Stone.
Education: Kalamazoo, and Madison, Wis.
Degrees: A.B., 1916, M.A., 1918, Ph.D., 1921,
Univ. of Wisconsin.

Married: Emma vanClive, d. of Willis B. Skill-
man, in Mountainhome (Penn.), June 18,
1927; ch.: Alice Gayley.

Prof. Record: Instr. at Columbia City (Ind.)
High School, 1916, Penn. State College in
Chemistry; Instr., Asst. Prof, and Asso. Prof,
in Chemistry, Univ. of Calif., Los Angeles
(Calif.), 1921—.

Publications: Experiments in General Chem-
istry (with M. S. Dunn), (McGraw-Hill Book
Co.); scientific articles in journals of Ameri-
can Chemical Society, etc.
Army Record: Second Lieut., Sanitary Corps,
U.S. Army, 1918.

Memberships: Alpha Chi Sigma, Sigma Xi,
Phi Lambda Upsilon; Amer. Chemical Soc.
Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Fishing and liiking in High Sier-

Bits. Address: Chemistry Dept., Univ. of Cali-
fornia, Los Angeles, Calif.
Hortie Address: 526 Spoleto Dr., Santa Mon-
ica, Calif. *

STONE, Irving, A.B., M.A.
Author, Lecturer; Doubleday Doran and Co.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.), July 14, 1903;
s. of Pauline (Rosenberg) and Charles Ten-



Kiiunitmn : Lowell IliKh School (San Fran-
cisco > ; graduated from Manual Arts Hlfjh
(Los Angeles): Univ. of Cnllf. ; Univ. of So.

Degrees: A.B.. 1923, Univ. of Calif.; M.A..
1924, Univ. of So. Calif.

Married: Jean. d. of .Stella and Morris Factor,
In New York CItv. Feb 11, 1934; ch.: Paula
(b. Sept. 2, 1937).

Prof. Record: Instr. in Economics, Univ. of
So. Calif., 192.3-24. Univ. of Calif., 1924-26;
Dir., Jerse.v City Community Theatre, 1928-
33; Author of the following produced plays:
The Dark Mirror (Cherry Lane Theatre,
N.Y.), 1928; The White Life (N.Y. prize play
contest), 1929; Truly Valiant (49 Street The-
"tre), 1936.

Publications: Pageant of Youth (Alfred H.
King), 1933; Lust for Life (Longmans Green)
1934; Dear Theo (Houghton Mifflin), 1937
Sailor on Horseback (Iloughfon Mifflin), 1938
False Witness (Doubleday, Doran). 1940
Clarence Darrow for the Defense (Doubleday,
Doran), 1941; has also publislied short stories
and articles in Forum Magazine, Saturday
Evening Post, and New Y'ork Times.
Recreations : Hiking, swimming and gardening.

Bus. Addres: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 14
W. 49th St., New York, N.Y.

Home Address: Encino, Calif.

STONE, Raymond Van Buren,

D.V.M., F.A.P.H.A.

Director of Public Health Laboratories, Head
Bacteriologist, Los Angeles County Health

Born: Compton (Calif.), Apr. 17, 1892; s. of
Jessie (Sanford) and Grant Simpson Stone.
Education: Univ. of Calif, and San Francisco
Veterinary College.

Degrees: D.V.M., San Francisco Veterinary
College, 1917.

Married: Wilhelmina Christina Cramer, in San
Francisco, Feb. 20, 1915; ch. : Raymond Van
Buren, Jr.

Prof. Record: Asst. Naturalist, U.S. Geo. Sur-
very, U.S.S. Albatross. 1912; Bacteriologist,
Cutter Laboratories, Berkeley, 1913-23; Au-
thorized Analyst, U.S. Dept. of Agr., 1923 — ;
Deputy State Bacteriologist, 1929 — ; beginning
1929, Instr., since 1937, Asst. Prof.. School of
Medicine. College of Medical Evangelists; Ref-
eree on Standard Methods Amer. Pub. Health
Assn.. since 1934. Dir. of Pub. Health Labor-
atories, Head Bacteriologist, Los Angeles Co
Health Dept., 1923 — ; Subsidiary Board, Na-
tional Board of Medical Examiners.

DirectorsMps : Dir. of Public Health Labora-

Publications: Sanitisation of the Drinking
Glass (with Jack Baker); Anthrax in Shaving
Brushes, Staphylococcic Food Poisonings (sev-
eral publications) ; B. CoU Index on Waters,
Bacterial Counts in Milk Industry; various
other topics concerning public health bacte-

Army Record: Enlisted during World War I,
and received an honorable discharge.
Memberships: Life Member, Amer. Public
Health Assn. ; Amer. Assn. for Advancement
of Science, Soc. Amer. Bacteriologists, Amer.
Inst, of Food Technologists, Internatl. Assn.
of Milk Sanitarians, Natl. Conference of State
Laboratory Dir., So. Calif. Pub. Health Assn.
(Past Pres.), So. Calif. Section, Soc. of Amer.
Bacteriologists (Past Pres.); Laboratory Sec.,

Western Br.'inch Amer. Pub. Health AHsn.

(Incumbent Chmn.i, Ix)s Angeles Athletic,

Santa Monica Deauvllle Clubs, etc.; Sigma XI.

Hobby: "27" Club of Magicians, Internatl.

Brotherhood of Magicians.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Photography, magic, mountain

climbing and beach sports.

Bus. Address: Hall of Justice, Los Angeles,


Home Address: 829 So. Sixth St., Alhsimbra.


STONE. Professor Willard J.,

B.S., M.D.

Physician; Clinical Professor of Medicine,
School of Medicine, Univ. of So. Calif.
Born: Gloversville (New York), May 31, 1877;
s. of Marietta (Brown) and John Butler Stone.
Education: Union Coll., Schenectady (New
York); Univ. of Mich., Ann Arbor (Mich.).
Degrees: B.S., 1899, M.D., 1901, Univ. of

Married: Charlotte H. Walker of Ann Arbor,
1911; ch.: Williard J., Jr., Louise Stone

Prof. Record: Assistant in Klinik of Prof.
Edmund von Neusser, Univ. of Vienna (Aus-
tria), 1902-03; practiced, Toledo (Ohio), 1904-

Directorships: Pres., Pasadena Medical Bldg.
Co. Ltd.

Publications: Numerous articles on medical
subjects: Blood Chemistry Colorimetric Meth-
ods (Hoeber), 1923-25; Bright' s Disease and
Arterial Hypertension (Saunders), 1936.
Army Service: Major. M.C., U.S. Army, 1917-
19; Chief of Medical Service, U.S. Army, Base
Hospital (Ft. Riley, Kan.), 1917-19.
Memberships: Alpha Delta Phi, Nu Sigma Nu
(medical) ; Univ. Club of Pasadena.
Religion: Liberal.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 65 No. Madison Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Home Address: 1475 E. California St., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

STONG. Dean Audre L., B.S., M.S.

Music Director; Dean of Men, Pasadena Jr.

Born: Ouray (Colo.), Jan. 9, 1899; s. of Dora
C. (Lewis) and G. W. Stong.
Education: High sch.. Grand Junction (Colo.);
Freshman Coll., Denver Univ.; Naval Groimd
Sch.; Mass. Inst, of Tech.; Univ. of So. Calif.
Degrees: B.S., 1932, and M.S., 1933, Univ. of
So. Calif.

Married: Leapha Mildred (Hammond), d. of
Frances Rawson, in Grand Junction (Colo.),
1900; ch.: Frances Ellen and Hildreth Lewis.
Prof. Record: Went into music bus. after
World War I: Dean of Men, Pasadena Jr.
Coll., Pasadena (Calif.); Conductor, Tourna-
ment of Roses (Bulldog) Band; Dir., Instru-
mental Music, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Publications: Dean of Men Says (daily col-
umn, and in book form), 1941.
Navy Record: Lieut., Marine Corps Aviation,
1919-37, resigned, entered again in 1940.
Memberships: Pasadena Athletic, Pasadena



Univ. Clubs; Pasadena Amer. Legion; Elks

Kiwanis; Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Religion : Methodist.

Recreations: Tennis, swimming, and squash


Bus Address: 1570 E. Colorado St., Pasadena,


Ho7ne Address: 2051 Jefferson Dr., Pasadena,


STORER, Professor Tracy Irwin, B.S.,

M.S., Ph.D.

Professor of Zoology, University of California.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Aug. 17, 1889;
s. of Olietta May (McDowell) and Frank

Education: Oakland and Univ. of California
(Berkeley) .

Degrees: B.S., 1912, M.S., 1913, Ph.D., 1925,
Univ. of Calif.

Married: Ruth Charlotte, d. of Herbert Thom-
as Risdon, in Berkeley, June 16, 1917.
Prof. Record: Has been with Univ. of Calif,
since 1912; Asst. in Zoology, 1912-14, Asst.
Curator of Birds and Field Naturalist, Mu-
seum of Vertebrate Zoology, 1914-23. Asst.
Prof, of Zoology (Davis), 1923-26, Asso. Prof,
of Zoology, 1926-32, Prof, of Zoology, 1932—.
Publications: Game Birds of California, 1918;
Animal Life in the Yosemite, 1924 (joint au-
thorship) ; A Synopsis of the Amphibia of
California, 1925; with 100 articles in scientific
journals on Zoology of Calif., chiefly, with
special reference to economic relations.
Army Record: U.S.A., 1917-19; First Lieut.
Sanitary Corps, Captain, Sanitary Corps
(res.) 1925-35.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Photography and books.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Davis, Calif .
Home Address: 430 A St., Davis, Calif.

STOREY. Professor Thomas Andrew,

A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D., F.A.A.A.S.
Educator (retired) ; Special Consultant on the
Staff of the American Social Hygiene Asso-

Born: Burden (Kan.), Jan. 29, 1875; s. of
Rose Margaret (Schafer) and Riley Clarke

Education: Stanford Univ. and Harvard Med-
ical School, Boston-Long Island Hosp. (diplo-
ma), 1905.

Degrees: A.B., 1896, M.A., 1900, Ph.D., 1902,
Stanford Univ.; i.i.D., Harvard, 1905.
Married: Parnie Olive, d. of Hfenry Hamilton,
on Hamilton Ranch (Stanislaus Co., Calif.),
June 26, 1899; ch.: Margaret Hamilton, Par-
nie Hamilton, Marion Hamilton.
Prof. Record: Asst. and Instr., Stanford Univ.,
1896-1902, Asst. Prof., 1902-06; Asso. Prof,
and Prof, of Hygiene, College of the City of

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