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New York, 1906-26 (Dir. of the Hygiene Bldg.
during this time) ; Secy. -Gen., Fourth Inter-
nal. Congress on School Hygiene (Buffalo,
N.Y.), 1913 (editor of the proceedings of that
Congress) ; Prof, of Hygiene and Physical
Education at Stanford Univ. and Gen. Dir.
of the school, 1926-40; Chmn., Nat. Conf. on
College Hygiene (Toronto), 1931, and assisted
in the organization of similar conference
(Washington, D.C), 1936; Pres. of Soc. of

Directors .of Physical Edn. College, 1908-09;
Pres., Amer. Student Health A.ssn., 1925-27;
organized the Dept. of Hygiene, College of
City of New York; Executive Secretary of
Presidents Com. of Fifty on College Hygiene;
Special Consultant on Staff of Amer. Soc.
Hygiene Assn., 1940 — .

Publications: Published books on hygiene,
written papers on physiology hygiene and
physical education, contributed to various
journals and magazines in the field of phys-
iology hygiene and physical education; Author
of New York State program and syllabus
on physical training.

Army Record: State Inspector of Physical
Trairjng with Military Training Commission
for State of New York, 1917-21.
Aivards: Luther Halsey Gulick Medal "for
Distinguished Service in Field of Physical Ed-
ucation and Allied Fields," 1926; Award of
Honor in recognition of Distinguished Service .
in Cause of Physical Education, Amer. Physi-
cal Education Assn.

Memberships: Bohemian (San Francisco), Har-
vard (New York), Amer. Acad, of Physical
Education, Amer. Public Health Assn., Amer.
Physical Education Assn., Amer. Physiologic
Soc, Soc. of E.xperimental Biology and Medi-
cine, San Francisco Acad, of Medicine, Amer.
Medical Assn., Medical Soc. of the State of
Calif., and of Santa Clara County; Phi Kappa
Psi, Sigma Xi; Fellow, Amer. Assn. for the
Advancement of Science.

Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf and walking.

Bus. Address: 1790 Broadway, New York,


Home Address: 739 Santa Ynez St., Stanford
University, Calif.

STORKE, Thomas Moore, A.B.

Newspaperman, Rancher, Former U.S. Sena-
tor; Publisher News-Press Publishing Com-

Born: Santa Barbara (Calif.), Nov. 23, 1876;
s. of Martha (More) and Charles Albert

Education: Stanford Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Stanford Univ.

Married: (1) Elsie, d. of Edwin F. Smith, in
Santa Barbara. Mar. 9, 1904; (2) Marion, d.
of George P. Day in Sioux City (Iowa), Feb.
16, 1920; ch.: Jean Storke Menzies, Margaret
Storke Cox, Charles Albert, II, Thomas More,

Prof. Record: Publisher of Santa Barbara
newspaper for 40 years; U.S. Senator by ap-
pointment of Governor Merriam, 1938-39;
Publisher, News-Press Publishing Co.
Directorships: Pres., News-Press Publishing
Co., Santa Clara Valley Walnut Co., Santa
Paula (Calif.).

Memberships: The Valley Club of Montecito,
Montecito (Calif.), Santa Barbara Club, San-
ta Barbara (Calif.).
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations : Ranching.

Bus. Address: News-Press Bldg., Santa Bar-
bara, Calif.

Home Address: 1716 Santa Barbara St., Santa
Barbara, Calif.



STORM. Hans Otto. A.B.

No\clisl; l';n);liii'i-r, (Jobe Wireless Ltd.

Born: BloomiiiKlon (Calif.). July 26, 1895; s.
of Mario (KelnvoldU anil J. OUo Storm.
Education: lA'laiul Stanford Jr. Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Stanford Univ., 19:20.
parried: Grace Cleone, d. of lihodu and Kan-
some Camp in I'alo Alto, 1921.
Prof. Record: lladio-telegraph engineer. Fed-
eral Telegraph Company and Mackay Radio
(California and New York), 1920-1930; All-
America Cables (Nicaragua and Peru), 1931-
1932; Globe Wireless Ltd. (California), 1935,
to date; Design and installation of radio tele-
graph and telephone equipment.
Publications: Full Measure (novel), (Macmil-
lan), 1929; Pity the Tyrant (short novel),
(Longmans), 1937; Made in U.S.A. (short
novel), (Longmans), 1939; Count Ten (noveO,
(Longmans), 1940.

Awards: Commonwealth Club Gold Medal
for Fiction, 1938 (Pity the Tyrant).
Recreations: Sailing.

Bus. Address: 311 California St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1530 Gough St., San Francis-
co, Calif. •

STORM, Hugo (Claude Hall Wheeler)

Poet, Editor, Writer.

Born: St. Charles (III.), Sept. 21, 1886;
s. of Ella Aldora (Hall) and Charles M.

Education: St. Charles public schools.
Married: Ruth, d. of William King, in Wood-
land (Calif.), July 18, 1921.
Prof. Record: Began writing at the age of
12; most of his life has been devoted to free
lance writing; has writen short stories, screen
plays, and for 12 years contributed exclu-
sively to humor magazines; has served as Edi-
tor and Asso. Editor on various national mag-
azines; Author of the Little Str-addle series of
poems (distributed for several years through
a N.Y. syndicate) ; Seven Lean Hounds (Har-
per and Davis), is his latest work.
Home Address: lisli' Sylvan St., Van Nuys,

STORY, Russell McCuUoch, A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.

Educator; President, Claremont Colleges.
Born: Washburn (111.), Apr. 9, 1883; s. of
Zillah Belle (McCulloch) and William Murray
Education: Monmouth College and Harvard.

Degrees: A.B., Monmouth (111.) College, 1904;
M.A., 1908, Ph.D., 1917, Harvard Univ.
Married: Gertrude Anderson of Pawnee City
(Neb.), Sept., 1909; ch.: Kathrine McCulloch.

Prof. Record: Journalism, 1904-07; Teacher
at Clark College, 1909-10; Prof. History, Mon-
mouth College, 1910-14; Instr., Asst. Prof.,
and Assoc. Prof., Polit. Science, Univ. of
111., 1914-24; Prof., Polit. Science, Syracuse
Univ., 1924-25; Prof. Polit. Science, Pomona
College, 1925-37; Pres. and Prof., Polit. Sci-
ence, Claremont Colleges, since 1937.

Directorships: Vice-Pres., Claremont Bldg.
and Loan Assn. ; Trustee Southwest Museum
(Los Angeles, Calif.); Board of Directors,

L.A. Chamber of Commerce; liegional Com-
mittee of Social .Science UcHearch Council.
Publicationx: Author, The American Munic-
ipal Executive, 1917; Editor, Political Hcxnnce
M<ino(/raph Seritm, I'omona College, lirJU-'M ;
Founder and f^ditor, III. Municipal Review.
Army Record: Served as War Work .Secy.,
VMCA in Russia and Siberia, 1917-18.

Awards: Decorated Cross of War (Czechoslo-
vakia), 1919.

Memberships: Univ. (Los Angeles); Univ.,
Indian Hill Golf (Claremont), Los Serranos
Golf and Country Clubs (Chino).
Bus. Address: Harper Hall, Claremont, Calif.
Home Address: 831 Dartmouth Ave., Clare-
mont, Calif.

STOUFFER. Weslie Anderson, A.B.

Scliool Principal; Ripon Union High School.

Born: Dinuba (Calif.), Dec. 2, 19(J3; s. of

Bessie A. (Warford) and Alson Stouffer.

Education: Dinuba High School; Coll. of

Pacific; Univ. of Calif.; San Diego Teachers

Coll.; Stanford.

Degrees: A.B., Coll. of Pacific.

Married: Mavis Clair, d. of C. A. Proudfit,

in Ripon (Calif.), Nov. 26, 1930; ch. : Mervyn,


Prof. Record: Farming, Green Fruit Shipper,
Trucking Contractor, 1916-22; College of Pac-
ific, 1922-24; farming, trucking, shipping,
1925; College of Pacific, Editor Year Book,
Student Affairs, Studem. Body Pres., 1926-28;
Teacher, Ripon Union High School, 1928-30;
Principal, Ripon Union High School, 1930 — .
Memberships: I.O.O.F.; Cham, of Comm. ;
Boy Scouts of Amer. ; Sportsman Club; Ripon
Fire Dept.; Calif. Secondary Prin. Assn.;
N.E.A.; C.T.A.

Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf, fishing, college and high

school sports.

Bus. Address: Box K, Ripon, Calif.

Hojne Address: 209 Palm Ave., Ripon, Calif.

STRACK, Lilian Holmes, B.O.


Born: Missouri, April 16, 1886.

Education: Highland Park College; Drake

Univ. ; Northwestern Univ.

Degrees: B.O., Highland Park College.

Married: Henry J. Strack, in Des Moines,


Publications: Crossing Canada, Swords and
Iris (Harper and Bros.) ; Human Beings Being
Human, Platform Readings (Walter H. Baker
Co.); Winning Monologues (T. S. Denison
Co.); book collaborations: Strack Selections
from Booth Tarkington's Stories, Strack Selec-
tions from Stories of Ellis Parker Butler,
Strack Selected Readings from Stories of
Juliet W. Toynpkins, Contest Winners (all
Walter H. Baker Co.); and several dozen

Memberships: Calif. Writers Guild (Bd. of
Directors) ; Authors League of Amer.; League
of Western Writers; Calif. Landmarks His-
torical Records Bureau; San Marino Women's
Club; Eugene Field Soc. (hon. member).
Religion: Congregational.
Recreations: Dramatics, motoring.

Home Address: 1665 Oak Knoll Ave., San
Marino, Calif.



STRAHORN. Robert Edmund. LL.D.
Railway Builder and Executive.
Born: Center Co. (Pa.), May 15, 1852; s. of
Rebecca (EmmertJ and Thomas F. Strahorn.
Education: Public schools (Stephenson Co.,
111.), and in priming offices.
Married: (1) Carrie Adell Green (dec), Mar.
15 1927. (2) Ruby Garland (dec). May 1,

Prof Record: Newspaper work, 1866-77; Cor-
respondent, Chicago Tribwie and other papers
during Sioux campaigns, 1876-77; organized
and conducted publicity dept., U.P.R.R., 187 <-
83; railway irrigation, power and colonization
enterprises, Idaho, Oregon and Washington,
1883-90; bond bus., Boston, 1890-98; builder
and operator Pub. Serv. Corporations in
Idaho, Oregon and Washington, at Spokane
(Wash.), 1898-1905; Builder and Pres., North
Coast R.R., 1905-12; also Vice-Pres. and
Gen Mgr., Oregon-Washington R.R. & Nav-
igation Co.; Builder, and Pres., Portland,
Eugene & Eastern Ry. Co., 1912-15, and
later Builder and Pres., Ore., Calif. & Eastern
Ry Co., and Surprise Valley Ry. Co.; Pres.,
Western Cities Co., Garland Co., Western
States Mines, Inc.

Publications: Wyoming Black Hills and Big
Horn Regions, To the Rockies and Beyond,
The Enchanted Land, Where Rolls the Oregon,
Ninety Years of Boyhood, and other works
on far west resources, attractions and adven-

Directorships: Trustee and largely builder of
the College of Idaho.

Bus. Address: Eastman Bldg., Boise, Idaho.
Home Address: Stewart Hotel, San Francisco,

STRAIT, John Horace

President, Mutual Orange Distributors.
Born: New Hudson (New York), April 18,
1865; s. of Clorinda (Bosworth) and Horace

Education: High School (Bolivar), Elmira
Business Coll., Elmira (New York).
Married: S. Emma, d. of James Huston in
Towanda (Penn.), July 16, 1890; ch.: Lila
Strait Emerson, Maybelle Strait Eaton.
Prof Record: Bookkeeper, Feed and Fuel, El-
mira, 1886-87; Cashier, Freight Dept., Erie
R R., Elmira, 1888-91; Milling Bus.. Canisteo
(NY) 1892-1901; Cattle Raising, Salida
(Colo.), 1902-05; Citrus Bus., Redlands
(Calif.), 1906 — ; Mayor, Redlands (Calif.),

Directorships: Pres., Mutual Orange Distrib-
utors, Redlands (Calif.), 1916-39; Dir., Cal.
Juices, Inc. (By-Products Plant), Anaheim;
Trustee, Univ. of Redlands, Redlands, 20
yrs.; Chmn., Bd. of Trustees, First Baptist
Ch., Redlands, 20 yrs.; Pres., Pratts Eucalyp-
tus Assn. No. 2, Escondido, 30 yrs.

Memberships: Mason.

Religion: Baptist.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing.

Bus. Address: Mutual Orange Distributors,
307 Brookside Ave., Redlands, Calif.

Other Address: 976 G St., San Bernardino,

STRAIT. Louis (Avrom). A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.

Instructor in Bio-physics, Medical Center, U.
of Calif.

Born: Denver (Colo.), Sept. 27, 1907; s. of
Abraham and Dora Strait.
Education: Denver pub. schls. and high
schl. (1921-25); U. of Colo. (1925-32); U.
of Calif. (1932-37).

Degrees: A.B., 1930 (magna cum laude). M.
A., 1932, U. of Colo.; Ph.D., U. of Calif.,

Married: Elsa Jean, d. of Jean (Blair) and
John H. Barber in San Francisco (Calif.),
Oct., 1934.

Prof. Record: Teaching Asst., U. of Colo.,
1928-30; Instructor in Physics, U. of Colo.,
1930-32; Teaching Fellow, U. of Calif., 1932-
35; Research Fellow, U. of Calif., 1936; In-
structor in Physics, Coll. of Pharmacy, U. of
Calif., 1937-38; Instructor in Bio-physics,
Medical Center, U. of Calif., 1938—.
Publications: Published papers on Atmos-
pheric Electricity, Cosmic Ray Ionization, also
Spectographic Researches on; Spectrum of
Iodine, Arsenic Oxide. Also applications of
spectrographic analysis to problems in Epil-
epsy, Vitamin E Isolation, Analysis of Plant
Saps for Rubidium.

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi,
Gamma Alpha.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Golf, fishing.
Bus. Address: Coll. of Pharmacy, Univ. of
California, San Francisco, Calif.
Home Address: 1083 Park Ave., Alameda,
Calif. *


Jeweler, Civic Worker.

Born: Chicago (111.), April 6, 1893; s. of Zelda
and Harris Strasburg.

Married: Rosalie Henriette, d. of Laura and
Bruno Grosser, in Denver (Colo.), March
23, 1915.

Prof. Record: Started with Morris Credit
Jewelers, 1909; traveled for Chas. Wathen &
Co., wholesale jewelers for three yrs.; opened
own store in 1916, Trinidad (Colo.), then 21
commissary stores in Colo. Fuel & Iron Co.
cities in 1920; opened store in Denver, 1925;
closed Denver store; opened Harts in Los
Angeles, 1927; bought Burnett Bros. Hol-
lywood Store, Aug., 1928, where still carry-
ing on business. On Mayor's com. of 21 for
co-ordinating city and county of Los Angeles,
1937 — ; Past Pres., Trinidad B'nai B'rith, Hol-
lywood B'nai B'rith; Past Chmn., Salvation
Army Advisory Bd. (Trinidad) ; Past Asst.
Ex., Boy Scouts; Past Pres., Colo. State
Jewelers Assn.; Vice-Pres., Calif. State Jewel-
ers Assn.; Trinidad Chamber of Commerce;
Past Chancellor Commander of Knights of

Directorships: Dir., Hollywood Chamber of
Commerce; Hollywood Merchants Assn.; Tem-
ple Israel; Grand Lodge B'nai B'rith, Dist.
No. 4; Pres., Hollywood Wilshire Jewish Cen-

Memberships: Masonic Club 233 (Past Pres.);
Hollywood Co-Ordinating Council; Trinidad,

Religion : Jewish.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Reading, hiking.



Bus. Adtlri.iii: 67.50 Hollywood Blvd., Holly-
wood, Calif.

Home Addresn: .'Uil No. Hnrper Ave., Los An-
Kcles. Calif.

STRATHMANN, Professor Ernest
Albert, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Asso. I'rof. of Eng., Pomona Coll.
Born: Baltimore (Md.), Jan. 24, 1906; s. of
Catherine (l-'ilKrlm )and William Strathmann.
ICilucdtion : Baltimore public schools; Johns
Hopkins Univ.

Degrees: A.B., 1926, M.A., 1928, and Ph.D.,
1930, Johns Hopkins Univ.
Married: Cynthia, d. of Irene (Ray) and
Danford J. Abrams, in Hollywood (Calif.),
Aug. 29, 1934; ch. : William Danford.
Prof. Record: Jr. Instr., English, 1927-30,
Research Asso., English, 1930-32, Johns Hop-
kins Univ. ; Research in Ireland and England,
summer, 1931; Asst. Prof, of English, 1932-39,
Asso. Prof, of English, since 1939, Pomona
Coll.; has been on summer session staff at
Johns Hopkins Univ., 1932, 1937, and at
Claremont Colleges, 1938; while on leave,
1939-40, was a Research Fellow at the Fol-
ger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C.
Publications: Articles on literary history in
several American periodicals. Asst. Ed., books
I and II: The Works of Edinund Spenser, A
Varioruiii Edition (ed. by Greenlaw, Osgood,
and Padelford, The Johns Hopkins Press, Bal-
timore), 1932, 1933.

Meviherships: Tudor and Stuart (Johns Hop-
kins Univ.); Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa Theta
Epsilon (Pomona ColL).
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Pomona College, Claremont,

STRATTON, Professor George Mal-
colm. A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Scientist, Teacher; Professor Emeritus of
Psychology, Univ. of Calif., Berkeley.
Born: Oakland (Calif.), Sept. 26, 1865; s.
of Cornelia Ann (Smith) and James Thomp-
son Stratton.

Education: Univ. of Calif., Berkeley; Yale
Univ.; Univ. of Leipzig (Ger.).
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Calif., 1888; M.A.,
Yale Univ., 1890; M.A., and Ph.D., Leipzig,

Married: Alice Elenore, d. of Wilhelmina Ele-
nore (Wehe) and Frederick Miller, in Ber-
keley; ch.: Mrs. Elenore Stratton Dewey, Dr.
James Malcolm, Mrs. Florence Stratton Rust.
Prof. Record: Fellow and Instr., Univ. of
Calif., 1891-96; Asst. Prof, and Asso. Prof.,
1896-1904; Prof., 1908-35 (then, Prof. Emeri-
tus); Prof., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1904-08;
prof, study in Europe and the Far East,
where he lectured in various universities.
Publications : Experimental Psychology and its
Bearing Upon Culture, 1903; Psychology of
the Religious Life, 1911; Theophrastus and the
Greek Physiological Psychology Before Aris-
totle, 1917; Developing Mental Power, 1922;
Anger, Its Religious and Moral Significance,
1923; Social Psychology of International Con-
duct, 1929; George Homes Howison, Philos-
opher and Teacher (with J. W. Bucldiam),
1934; International Delusions, 1936.
Army Record: In 1917 and 1918, commissioned

Capt. and later, Major In the Air Service,
U.S. Army, being I'res. of the Aviation Exam-
ining Bd. (San Francl.scon and head of the
P.sychology Dlv., Med. Research Laboratory,
Mineola (L.I.).

Memberships: Nat. Res. Council (Chmn., Dlv.
of Anlhro[)oloKy and P.sychology; ; Amer.
I'.sychology Assn. (Pres., \'.)()H> ; Nut. Acad,
of .Sciences; Beta Theta Pi, Sigma XI, Phi
Beta Kai)pa; Faculty and Berkeley clubs.
Religion: Christian.
Politics: Independent Democrat.

Recreations: Walking, gardening, associating
with friends.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Home Address: 55 Canyon P^d., Berkeley,

STRICKER. The Reverend Edwin W..

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

Pastor, Trinity Methodist Church; Dir., Wes-
ley Foundation at Berkeley.
Born: Detroit (Mich.), Nov. 6, 1892; s. of
Loida (Wagner) and Frederick David Strieker.
Education: Detroit High School; Ohio Wes-
leyan; Univ. of i.iichigan; Albion College;
Grad. work at Northwestern and Garrett Bib-
lical Inst.

Degrees: A.B., Albion College, 1915; S.T.B.,
Garrett Biblical Inst., 1917; D.D., Albion
College, 1937.

Married: Edith Glenadlne, d. of Rev. W. G.
Ni.xon, in Detroit, June 16, 1921; ch. : Jac-
queline Ann.

Prof. Record: School, 1912; Utica, 1917; Red-
ford. 1918; St. Clair Heights (Detroit), 1919;
Croswell, 1922; Needles (Calif.), 1924; So.
Calif. (Needles), 1925; Tucson (Ariz.), 1926;
Phoeni.x (Ariz.), 1930; First Trinity (Pomona),
1935; Supt., Long Beach District, 1938; Pas-
tor, Trinity Methodist Church (Berkeley),

Memberships: Kiwanis; Mason; Palestine 357;
Alpha Tau Omega.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf, hunting, fishing.
Bus. Address: 2320 Dana St., Berkeley, Calif.
Home Address: 1800 San Ramon Ave., Ber-
keley, Calif. •

STRICKLAND. Francis Cowles.

A.B., M.A.

Teacher; Director of Dramatics, Stanford

Born: Manchester (Conn.), Jan. 7, 1903; s. of
Edith (Cowles) and Charles J. Strickland.
Education: Wesleyan Univ. (Conn.); Yale
Univ. ; Northwestern Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Wesleyan Univ.; M.A., North-
western Univ.

Married: Edith Adams, d. of E. A. Greene,
in Passaic (N.J.), Dec. 1, 1913.
Prof. Record: Dir. of Berkshire Playhouse,
Stockbridge (Mass.), 1928-35; Dir. of Broad-
way productions of The Patriarch, Thunder
in the Air, Best Sellers, Fly Away Home;
Dir. of Little Theatre of St. Louis (Mo.),
1933-37, Washington Civic Theatre, Washing-
ton (D.C), 1937-39; at present, Dir. of Dram-
atics, Stanford Univ.
Bits. Address: Stanford University, Calif.

Home Address: San Mateo Dr., Menlo Park,



STROMBERG. Gustaf (Benjamin).

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

Astronomer, Mt. Wilson Observatory.
Born: Gothenburg (Sweden), Dec. 16, 1882; s.
of Elizabeth Nohrman and Bengt Stromberg.
Education: High School (Gothenburg, Swed-
en); U. of Kiel (Ger.); U. of Stockholm and
Lund (Sweden).

Degrees: A.B., 1915, M.A., 1915, Stockholm;
Ph.D., Lund, 1916.

Married: Helga Sofia Henning (pen name
Sister Benediction), d. of Henning Bengts-
son, at Paris (France), May 11, 1914.
Prof Record: Instructor, Astronomy, Stock-
holm U. (Sweden), 1906-13; came to U.S. in
1916, American citizen since 1922; Astronomer
at Mt. Wilson Observatory (Calif.), since

Publications: The Soul of the Universe (David
McKay Co.), 1940; many reports on scientific

Awards: "Wall of Fame," New York Expo-
sition, 1940.

Memberships: University Club, Athenaeum

Bus. Address: Mount Wilson Observatory,
Pasadena, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 1383 No. Mai'engo Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

STRONG. Artemas Jacob. A.B., M.D.

Born: Santa Paula (Calif.), March 18, 1902;
s. of Ethel (Johnson) and Dr. J. C. Strong.
Education: Stanford Univ.; Stanford Univ.
Med. School.

Degrees: A.B., 1924, M.D., 1928, Stanford

Married: Louise Murcot, d. of Fred Harpham,
in Brooklyn (N.Y.), Feb. 1, 1932; ch.: Cam-
illa, William.

Prof. Record: Nine yrs., practice of Medicine
at Santa Paula; Mem., of Ventura Co. Med.
ical Soc; Member of Clinical Staff of Ven-
tura Co. Hosp.; Member of Staff of Foster
Memorial Hospital; Part Owner and Operator
of 130-acre citrus ranch; eight months spent
in medical clinics of Europe, 1931.
Army Record: Now serving as examining phy-
sician for Local Draft Board No. 146.
Memberships: Santa Paula Rotary Ciub;
Nu Sigma Nu (medical fraternity) ; Calif.
Med. Soc.

Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Tennis, skiing, fishing, hunting.
Bus. Address: 8u3 Yale St., Santa Paula,

Home Address: East Telegraph Rd., Santa
Paula. Calif.

STRONG. Professor John Donovan.

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

Assistant Professor in Physics and Astro-
physics, California Institute of Technology.
Born: Riverdalo (Kan.), Jan. 15, 1905; s. of
Anna Laura and Fred Strong.
Education: Univ. of Kansas; Univ. of Mich-

Degrees: A.B., Kansas Univ., 1926; M.S.,
1928, Ph.D., 1930, Univ. of Michigan.

Married: Bethany June McLaughlin; ch.:
Patricia Ann, Virginia Marie.
Publications : Procedures in Experimental Phy-
sics (Prentice-Hall, New York), 1938; and
some thirty scientific papers.
Awards: Longstreth Medal.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi,
Alpha Chi Sigma.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: California Inst, of Technology,
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 852 So. Oakland, Pasadena,
Calif. *

STRONG, Margaret Hart. A.B.

Housewife, Civic Worker.
Born: Brooklyn (N.Y.), Oct. 8, 1888; d. of
Clara Melvina (Howes) and Warren Hart.
Education: Schools of Cranford (N.J.), and
Brooklyn (N.Y.); Barnard.
Degrees. A.B., Barnard, 1911.
Married: Edward Kellogg, Jr., s. of Mary
(Graves) and Rev. Edward K. Strong, in
New York City, Sept. 12, 1911; ch.: Margaret
Louise, Edward Kellogg, III, Frances War-

Prof. Record: Asst. in Psychology, Barnard,
1910-12; Summer Sch. Instr., San Francisco
State Coll., 1929-30; has been engaged in
civic work since 1930.

Directorships: Calif. Congress of Parents and
Teachers, Inc. (State Pres.).
Publications: Calif. Parent-Teacher Mag.,
Monthly, 1940-41; articles in various ednl.

Memberships: Gamma Phi Beta, Phi Beta
Kappa; Calif. Assn. for Adult Edn.; Calif.
Congress of Parents and Teachers; Natl. Edn.

Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Camping, travel.
Bus. Address: Nevada Bldg., Palo Alto, Calif.
Home Address: 672 Mirada, Stanford Uni-
versity, Calif.

STUART. Professor Graham H.. A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Political Science, Stanford Univ.
Born: Cleveland (Ohio), 1887; s. of Annie
(Gill) and Graham W. Stuart.
Eaucation: Cleveland Pub. Schs.; Western
Res. Univ.; Univ. of Wis.
Degrees: A.B. Western Res. Univ., 1908;
M.A., 1918, aiid Ph.D., 1919, Univ. of Wis.
Married: Agnes, d'. of Robert C. Wright, in
Cleveland (Ohio), Aug. 27, 1918; ch.: Jean,

Prof Record: Prof, of Political Science, Stan-
ford Univ., since 1924; Visiting Prof., Univ.
of Chicago, summer, 1926, Univ. of Washmg-
ton, summer, 1927; Visiting Carnegie Prof, of
Internat. Relations, at Univ. of Toulouse,
Poitiers, and Montpelier, 1929-30; Univ. of
Hawaii, 1930; Lecturer, Hague Acad, of Inter-
nat. Law, Carnegie European Center (Pans)
1934; Visiting Prof., Univ. of Minn., summer,
1936; Lectur^, Grad. Inst, of Internat. Stu-
dio (Geneva), spring, 1937; Acting Prof.,



New VorU Univ., suninicr. I'.).i7, Wcslc-rn Res.
Univ., summer, I'.r.W, Duke Univ., summer,
1939, Univ. of, summer, 1910; Univ.
of Utah, summer, 1!M1; was DelcK-'ito to
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