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World Politics.

Memberships: Amer. Soc. of Internat. Law;
Amer. Political Science Assn.; Alpha Tau
Omega. Phi Beta Kappa. Pi Sigma Alpha.
Religion: Protestant.
Facreations: Swimming, golf.
Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif.
Home Address: 548 Gerona Rd., Stanford Uni-
versity, Calif.

STUBERGH, Katherine Marie

Sculptress, Mannequin Designer.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.), June 23, 1911;
d. of Katherine Cecelia (Spieles) and Otto
Henry Stubergh.

Education: Pvt. schools: Miss Tobin's (San
Francisco), Virginia Lee Pride (Los Angeles).
Prof. Record: Studied to be a Dancer under
Theodore Kosloff, Lester Horton, and Michio
Ito; due to the family's engagement for
three generations in mannequin mfr., had
good working knowledge of all phases of the
bus. and at age of 21 abandoned dancing as
career in order to concentrate efforts on sculp-
ture and figure production ; has done por-
traits in wax of nearly all people prominent
in motion pictures and many contemporary
and histl. characters; modeled bronze placque
of Douglas Fairbanks, Sr.. for Memorial,
busts or heads of Charles Chaplin, Albert
Einstein, Mary Pickford, and many others;
figures produced for all purposes from crud-
est dummies used in movie mob scenes to de-
tailed natural likenesses, life size or minia-
ture; designs and executes special exhibits
for fairs, expositions, etc. ; first display figures
in Calif, were likenesses of Lillian Russell,
Lotta Crabtree, and Mrs. Grover Cleveland,
(made by grandfather, Jacob Spieles, who
established him.self in New York in 1889) ; is
now in partnership with her mother in firm
known as "The Stubergh's."
Recreations : Swimming and horseback riding.
Bus. and Home Address: 3680 Beverly Blvd.,
Los Angeles, Calif. *

STYLIANOU. The Reverend Demetrios
Steiner, A.B., M.A., B.D.

Dir., Stylianou School for Exceptional Chil-

Born: Island of Cyprus, Aug. 20, 1904; s. of
Elizabeth (Demetriou) and Stylianos Kyrikov.
Education: Grinnell Coll.; Univ. of So. Calif.;
Univ. of Chicago; Pasadena Community Play-
house; Chicago Theological Seminary.
Degrees: A.B., Grinnell Coll., 1927; M.A.,
Univ. of Chicago, 1929; B.D., Chicago Theo-
logical Seminary, 1930; Spec. Certificate,
Pasadena Playhouse, 1933.
Married: Freeda J., d. of Joe Walker, of
Mountain Grove (Mo.), in Voorhis School,
San Dimas (Calif.), July 31, 1937.
Prof. Record: Taught for two years at the
Amer. Acad, in Larnaca (Cyprus) ; while

lliere, C<jrrespondent of (Jyprun Ncwh, pul>-
llslied The Inner Life of Cyprun. 1929-31;
did .social work for State of 111., V.Y.VZ-'.V.i;
taught at Voorhis .School for Hoy.s In .San (Calif.), in the Depls. of .Social Sci-
ence and Dramatics, 1934-37; established and
now directs the Stylianou School for Excep-
tional Children ( with wife).
Directorships: Dir., Green Room Guild of the
Messiah Cong. Ch.; Chmn.. Bd. of Deacons
of the Messiah Ch.

Publications: The Inner Life of Cyprus; Mara
Against Man (a play); The Solilo'iuy of an
Unemployed (a poem) ; several articles and

Memberships: The Internat. Club for Excep-
tional Children; Green Room Guild.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Walking, camping, gardening.
Bus. Address: 2255 W. Adams Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif. •

SULLIVAN, Professor Ellen Blythe.

Ph.D., F.A.A.A.S.

Associate Professor Psychology, U. of Califor-
nia, Los Angeles.

Born: Moberley (Mo.), Oct. 20, 1888; d. of
Mary (Fitzgerald) and John Sullivan.
Education: Elementary and High School, Den-
ison (Texas) ; Los Angeles State Normal
School; U. of So. Calif.; Stanford U.
Degrees: Ph.D., Stanford U., 1924.
Prof. Record: Teacher, Elementary Schools
(Texas), 1907-10; Instructor in Psychology,
Los Angeles State Normal School, 1911-19;
Instructor, later Asst. Prof., at present Asso-
ciate Prof., of Psychology, U. of Calif. (Los
Angeles), 1919 — . Research Associate, Stan-
ford U. (study of Gifted Adults), 1939-40, (on
Sabattical leave from U.C.L.A.). Director,
Calif. Buerau of Juvenile Research, 1926-31;
Director, Children's Hospital Educational and
Psychological Clinic, 1926-40. Editor, Journal
of Delinquency, 1926-31; Associate Editor,
Social Service Techniques and Journal of
Juvenile Research, 1931-38.
Directorships: Charter Member and on Board
of Directors, So. Calif. Acad, of Criminology;
Consultant in Personnel, Los Angeles County
and Los Angeles City Civil Service.
Publications: Author of numerous scientific
articles and monographs on Delinquency,
Handicapped Children, Tests, Statistics, Per-
sonnel, Learning, Emotions, Social Psychology,
Medical Psychological problems.
Army Service: Served unofficially in World
War I on testing and rehabilitation work with

Memberships: Fellow: Amer. Assn. of Applied
Psychology (Educational, Clinical, Consult-
ing) ; Society for Research in Child Develop-
ment; American Assn. for Advancement of
Science; Amer. Psychological Assn.; Amer.
Assn. of Univ. Professors; Sigma Xi Pi
Gamma Mu.

Politics: Non-partisan.

Recreations: Music, travel, gardening.

Bus. Address: 405 Hilgard Ave., West Los

Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 919 Sher bourne Dr., Los An-
geles, Calif.

SULTAN. Ernest J.

Civic Worker (retired).

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), May 31, 1882;



s. of Sara (Nachman) and Julius Sultan.
Education: San Francisco public schools.
Married: Edna, d. of Henry Meyer, in San
Francisco, Aug. 7, 1912; ch.: Ernest H.,
Aileen S. (Mrs. Weeks), Enid S., (Mrs. Lev-

Directorships: Pres., Federation of Jewish
Religion: Jewish.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Photography, golf.
Hoine Address: 27 Presidio Terrace, San Fran-
cisco, Calif., and Glenwood Ave., Menlo
Park, Calif. *

SUMNER, Professor Francis Bertody,

B.S., Ph.D., F.A.A.A.S.
Professor of Biology, Scripps Inst, of Ocecin-

Born: Pomfret (Conn.), Aug. 1, 1874; s. of
Mary Augusta (Upton) and Arthur Sumner.
Education: Private schools, Colorado Springs
and Minneapolis; Univ. of Minn.; Columbia

Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Minn., 1894; Ph.D.,
Columbia Univ., 1901.

Married: Margaret Elizabeth, d. of the Rev.
James Starr Clark,- in Salisbury (Conn.),
Sept. 10, 1903; ch.: Florence Anne (Mrs.
Ray N. Henderson), Elizabeth Caroline (Mrs.
Patterson H. French), Herbert Clark.
Prof. Record: Instr. in Natural Hist., Coll. of
the City of New York, 1899-1906; Dir., Bio-
logical Lab. of the U.S. Bur. of Fisheries,
1903-11; Naturalist, U.S. Fisheries Sta. "Al-
batross," 1912-13; Asst. Prof, of Biology,
1913-19; Asso. Prof. 1919-26; and Prof, of
Biology, Scripps Inst., Univ. of Calif., since
1926; Research Assoc, Carnegie Inst, of
Washington, 1927-30.

Publications: About 120 articles and mono-
graphs published in various technical journals,
etc., from 1894-1941, dealing chiefly with
embryology, comparative physiology, geo-
graphic variation, and heredity.
Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Assn. for Ad-
vancement of Science, San Diego Natural
Hist. Soc, and Calif. Acad, of Sciences; Mem.,
Amer. Soc. of Mammalogists, Amer. Soc. of
Zoologists, Amer. Genetic Assn.. Ecological
Soc. of Amer., Soc. for Experimental Biology
and Medicine, Amer. Soc. of Ichthyologists
and Herpetologists, western Soc. of Natur-
alists, Natl. Acad, of Sciences, Amer. Philo-
sophical Soc, Philadelphia Acad, of Sciences;
Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi.
Religion: Agnostic.
Politics: Democrat (at present).
Recreations: Camping, nature study.
Bus. Address: Scripps Inst, of Oceanography,
La Jolla, Calif.
Home Address: Scripps Grade, La Jolla, Calif.

SUMNER, George Stedman, A.B., Ph.D.

Controller, Pomona, Scripps, and Claremont


Born: Monson (Mass.), Oct. 24, 1874; s. of

Mary Louisa (Stedman) and Charles Burt


Education: Pomona Coll.; Yale Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Pomona Coll., 1894, and Yale

Univ., 1895; Ph.D., Yale Univ., 1897.

Married: Charlotte (Goode) Snowden, d. of
John Goode, in Los Angeles (Calif.), 1932.
Prof. Record: Prof., Pomona Coll., 1897-1922;
Controller, Pomona, bcripps, and Claremont
Colleges, since 1922; was Mayor of Claremont,

Directorships: Trustee, Pomona Coll., Calif.
Jr. Republic; Dir., Pomona Valley Protective
Assn., Los Angeles Mutual Fire Ins. Co.,
Town Dwelling Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Clare-
mont Campus Corp., Pomona Coll. Corp.,
Sycamore Mesa Water Co.; Chmn., Advisory
Com., Claremont Branch of Bank of America.
Publications: Sundry magazine articles.
Memberships: University (Los Angeles, Clare-
mont) and Yale (So. Calif.), Clubs; Phi
Beta Kappa.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Traveling and camping.
Bus. Address: Harper Hall, Claremont, Calif.
Home Address: 105 College Ave., Claremont,
Calif. •

SUNDERLIN, Charles Algernon,

A.B., LL.B.

Lawyer, Lecturer.

Born: Chase (Mich.), Dec. 1, 1883; s. of E.
Jennie (Coffin) and Arthur Vaughan Sun-

Education: Univ. of Nebraska; The George
Washington Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Nebraska, 1907;
LL.B., The Geo. Washington Univ., 1908.
Married: Irene (Bragunier) Nusbaum, d. of
C. W. Bragunier, in Boise (Idaho), June 11,
1911; ch.: Geraldine I. (Mrs. Drus), Bettine

Prof. Record: Admitted to practice law before
Supreme Court of District of Columbia, 1908,
and before Supreme Court of Idaho, 1909;
Federal Official investigating and prosecuting
land-fraud and land-hearing cases, 1909-11;
admitted to practice law before Supreme
Court of Neb., 1920, of Calif, and U.S. Courts,
1924; Lecturer on Insurance, Univ. of So.
Calif., 1928-32; is now practicing law in Los
Angeles (Calif.).

Directorships: Founder Pres., Lawyers Club
of L.A. Co.; Mem., First Nat. Bd. of Dirs.;
Delta Sigma Rho.

Publications: Lectures on fire and automobile
ins,, etc.

Army Service: Mem., Idaho State Council of
Defense, World War I.

Memberships: Amer. Bar Assn., State Bar of
Calif.; Mason, Elk; Phi Gamma Delta.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Independent Democrat.
Bus. Address: 206 So. Spring St., Los An-
geles, Calit.

Home Address: lob3 Meadowbrook Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

SUTHERLAND, Ida Mary Thompson

Teacher; Editor, Los Angeles School JournaL
Born: Rapid City (Manitoba, Can.), Aug. 17,
1892; d. of Emily Agnes (Armstrong) and
Malcolm Thompson.

Education: Havergal Ladies Coll. (Winnipeg,
Can.); Cumnack Sch. of Expression (Los
Angeles) ; Extension work at Univ. of So.
Calif, and Univ. of Calif. (Los Angeles).



Married: Aloxaiult'r John, s. of David Sulher-
laiKl, in LonK Uoach (Calif.), Fob. 3, I'Jl.'J;
ch.: Robert David, Slilrley Jean, Doris Ann.

Prof. Record: Head of Oral Kng. Dcpt., Pro-
vincial Normal Sch. (Winnipeg, Can.), for
five and one-half yrs.; Cumnock Acad., one
yr.; Los Angeles Cily Schs., Vi yrs.; edited
column, "Keeping up with Our Schools" in
San Pedro News Pilot, five yrs. ; has served
as Asso. Ed., Asst. Ed., and now as Ed. of
Los Angeles School Journal, since 1936; is
also a Professional Dramatic Reader.

Directorships: Dir., Los Angeles Elem. Teach-
ers Club.

Publications: Ed., Journal of Exceptional
Children. 1938; Los Angeles School Journal.

Memberships: Nat. Edn. Assn.; Internal.
Council of Exceptional Children; Western
Teachers of Speech.

Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Gardening, legitimate theatre.
Bus. Address: Los Angeles School Journal, 847
So. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, Calif., School
of Speech' Correction, 1205 W. Pico, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 2504 Langdale Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

SUTHERLAND, Lora Henion,

A.B., M.A.

Teacher of Drama and Public Speaking; Eng-
lish, Speech Arts, Social Sci., Los Angeles

Born: Ann Arbor (Mich.), Feb. 14, 1877; d.
of Frances Rebecca (Atkins) and Lauren Lan-
sing Henion.

Education: Ann Arbor High Sch.; lU. Wo-
man's Coll. (now MacMurray Coll.); Univ.
of 111.; Univ. of So. Calif.; Univ. of Calif.
(Los Angeles).

Degrees: A.B., 1907, and M.A., 1911, Univ.
of 111.

Married: Arthur Howard, Ph.D., s. of Dr.
George Sutherland, In San Francisco, July 19,
1917; ch.: John Lauren.

Prof. Record: Teacher, Robinson (III.) High
Sch., 1908-10; Head of Engl, and Soc. Sci.,
Pontiac (111.) Township High Sch., 1914-17;
Instr., Dept. of i;.ngl., Univ. of 111., 1910-14-
Teacher, Engl.. Speech Arts, Soc. Sci., Los
Angeles, 1924-26, and Since 1927.

Publications: Monograph: Revival of Interest
in Ballads as Part of the Romantic Movement.
Memberships: Nat. Edn. Assn., Nat. Council
of Eng., So. Calif. Assn. of Teachers of
Eng., Speech Assn. of So. Calif., Parent-
Teachers Assn. (Vice-Pres.), High Sch. Teach-
ers Assn. of Los Angeles; Bus. and Prof.
Women's, Troubadours, The Panel clubs; Al-
pha Omicron Pi, Kappa Delta Pi (Edn. Hon.).

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Writing lyrics for songs, direct-
ing plays, radio broadcasting.

Bus. Address.- 5101 E. Sixth St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 1006 So. Simmons Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.; summer: B-101 Surf Side
Colony, Seal Beach, Calif. •

SUTHERLAND, Sidney Sampson,

B.S., M.S.

Sui)ervisor, Agrl. Teacher Training and Lec-
turer in Edn., State Dept. of Kdn., Univ.
of Calif.

Born: Mound City (S. Dak.), Sept. 5, 1899;

s. of Emma (Fox) and C. M. Sutherland.

Education: Poison (Mont.) High Sch.; Mont.

State Coll.; Iowa State Coll.

Degrees: B.S., Mont. State Coll., 1922; M.S.,

Iowa Slate Coll., 1928.

Married: Ethel, d. of George M. Briner, in

Muilan (Idaho), Aug. 5. 1923; ch.: Dorothy

Ann, Barbara Jean, Mary Elizabeth, Sidney


Prof. Record: Teacher of Vocational Agr.,
Newell and Wakonda High Schs. (S. Dak.),
1922-26; Instr. In Agrl. Engrg., Iowa Stale
Coll., 1927-28, and at Mont. Slate Coll., 1928;
Asso. Prof, and Acting Head, Dept. of Agrl.
Edn., 1929; Prof, and Head of Dept., Mont.
Slate Coll., 1930; Farm Mechanics Specialist
and Cadet Supervisor, Stale Dept. of Edn.
(Calif.), 1931; Supervisor. Agrl. Teacher
Training and Lecturer in Edn., Slate Dept. of
Edn. and Univ. of Calif., since 1932.
Publications: Poultry Problems (Edwards
Bros., Inc.), 1935, (with R. I. Leach); Cali-
fornia Life Plan Book (with Dick Carlson;,
Calif. Assn. Future Farmers of America,
1938; California Farm Account Book (witli
H. F. Chappell (Olmsted & Wood), 1939;
History of Agricultural Education in the Sec-
ondary Schools of California (Calif. State
Dept. of Edn.), 1940.

Army Service: Enlisted Sept., 1918; assigned
to Central Infantry Officers Training Sch.,
Camp McArthur, Tex.; discharged Nov., 1918.
Memberships: Faculty (Berkeley); Amer. Voc.
Assn., Calif. Agrl. Teachers Assn.; Calif.
State Employees Assn.; Yellow Dogs; Hon.
Stale Farmer, Future Farmers of Amer;
Omega Beta.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: (Jolf, fishing, and hutlng.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Coll. of
Agriculture, Davis, Calif.

Home Address: 333 University Ave., Davis,
Calif. •

SUTTER, Lyman Boniface, A.B., LL.B.

City Prosecuting Attorney, Long Beach.
Born: Burlington (Iowa), June 14, 1906; s.
of Jane E. (Tippins) and Joseph B. Sutter.
Education: Public school, Burlington (Iowa);
Monmouth Coll.; Harvard Law Sch.

Degrees: A.B., Monmouth Coll., 1927; LL.B.,
Harvard Law Sch., 1931.

Married: Mary E, d. of Charles Elmer John-
son, in Long Beach (Calif.), Apr. 30, 1938;
ch. : Lyman Boniface, Jr.

Prof. Record: Admitted to Slate "Bar, Calif,
in May, 1932: practiced law in City of Long
Beach, 1932-39; elected City Prosecutor, 1939
for term of three years.

Army Service: Second Lieut. 975th Coast
Artillery Res. (AA).

Memberships: Jr. Chamber of Commerce ; Res.
Officers Assn.; Masons; Optimist; Elks.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.



Recreations: Juvenile welfare, and amateur


Bus. Address: City Hall, Long Beach, Calif.

Hoine Address: 40 La Linda Dr., Long Beach,


SVERDRUP, Professor Harold Ulrik

A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Meteorologist; Professor of Oceanography, Un-
iv. of Calif.; Dir., Scripps Institution of

Born: Sogndal (Norway), Nov. 15, 1888; s.
of Maria (Vollan )and Johan Edvard Sver-

Education: Military Acad. (Oslo, Norway) and
Univ. of Oslo.

Degrees: A.B., 1911, M.A. 1914, Ph.D., 1917,
Univ. of Oslo.

Married: Gudrun Bronn, in Oslo (Norway),
June 8, 1928; ch. : adopted daughter, Anna

Prof. Record: Research Asst. to Prof. V.
Bjerknes, 1911, and worked with him until
Aug., 1917; first year in Oslo, and in Leipzig,
1913-17- In Charge of scientific work on the
Maud Expedition 1917-25 (in the Arctic, 1918-
21 1922-25) ; In Charge of scientific work on
the Nautilus. 1931, in the area north of
Spitsbergen; Prof, of Meteorology, Geophys-
ical Institute, Bergen (Norway) 1926-30; Re-
search Asso., Carnegie Inst, of Washington,
1926, 1928—; Hon. Prof., Chr. Michelsen Inst.,
1930—; Prof, of Oceanography, Univ. of Cal-
if., and Dir., Scripps Inst, of Oceanography,

Publications: Numerous contributions within
fields of oceanography and meteorology, main-
ly dealing with application of physical prin-
ciples of explaining observed conditions in
atmosphere and sea; three travel books in
Norwegian; scientific report of the Maud
Expdn. (personally contributed two-thirds
of entire report) contributions to periodicals
(such as International Hydrographic Review),
one of the editors of the Journal of Marine
Research (pub. by Sears Foundation, Bing-
ham Oceanographic Laboratory).
Army Record: First Lieut, of the Res. in Nor-

Awards: Knight of St. Olav.; Medals: Vega
Medal in Gold; Carl Ritter Medal; Bruce
Memorial Medal ; Meteor Medal ; Agassiz Med-

Memberships: Explorers Club (N.Y.C); Nor
wegian Acad, of Sci.; Norwegian Geophysical
Union; Amer. Geophysical Union; Amer. Met-
eorological Soc; Oceanographic Soc. of the
Pac. ; Royal Meteorological Soc. ; German Met-
eorological Soc. cnon. member) ; honorary or
corresponding member of seven geographical

Religion: Lutheran State Church (Norway).
Bus. Address: Scripps Inst, of Oceanography,
La JoUa, Calif.


Lawyer, E.xecutive; Mem. Swaf field, Swaf-

field & Madden.

Born: Coldwater (Mich.), May 23, 1891; s. of

Celia (Nettleman) and Eugene M. Swaffield.

Education: Coldwater (Mich.) High Schs. ;

Univ. of So. Calif.

Degrees: LL.B., Univ. of So. Calif., 1913.

Married: Amelia Betty, d. of Phoebe and John

Ellis Counts, in Phoenix (Ariz.), June 6, 1938;
ch. : Marilyn.

Prof. Record: Started practicing law in 1913;
tried extensive corporate litigation in Calif,
and Texas; affiliated in development of Signal
Hill oil field, also with fields in Calif., Texas,
and Okla.; completed Calif, tideland litigation
involving vast oil reserves; engaged in prim-
ary leading cases concerning slant-hole oil
well drilling from the shore seaward, bottom-
ing the wells beneath the Pacific Ocean and
in stabilization of its production; was Special
Counsel for City of Long Beach in recent oil
litigation involving harbor and beneath-water

Directorships: Advisory Bd., Bank of Amer.
in Long Beach; Dir., Mausoleum Park, Inc.;
Dir., Sun Holding Corp.

Memberships: The Tuna (Past Pres.), Rotary
(Long Beach); Phi Alpha Delta (legal frat.);
So. Calif. Yacht., Virginia Country Clubs.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hunting, big game fishing.
Bits. Address: Farmers and Merchants Bank
Bldg., Long Beach, Calif.; Citizens National
Bank Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: Country Club Dr., Long
Beach, Calif.

SWAIN, Professor Robert Eckles, A.B.,
M.S., Ph.D., LL.D., F.A.A.A.S., F.L.C.S.

Educator (retired) ; Professor of Chemistry,
Emeritus, Stanford University, General Chair-
man, Fiftieth Anniversary Commemoration,
Stanford University.

Born: Hollister (Calif.), Jan. 5, 1875; s. of
Leila Belle (Gilbert) and Thomas Henry

Education: Stanford Univ.; Yale Univ.;
Strassburg Univ. (1901) ; Heidelberg Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford Univ., 1899; M.S.,
1901, Ph.D., 1904, Yale Univ.; LL.D., Coll-
ege of the Pacific, 1929.

Married: Harriet King, d. of Robert Cuth-
bertson, in Manchester (Calif.), Aug. 22,
1900; ch. : Robert Cuthbertson and Dorothy
Muriel (Mrs. Ralph N. Begien, Jr.).
Prof. Record: Instr., Chemistry, 1900, Asst.
Prof., 1902, Asso. Prof., 1907, Prof. 1912,
Executive Head, Dept. of Chemistry, 1917-40,
Acting Pres., 1929-33, Prof. Emeritus, 1940,
all of Stanford Univ.; Special Agent, U.S.
Dept. of Justice, 1909-11; Expert Chemist,
U.S. Board of Consulting Scientific Experts,
1910-12; Mem., Council, City of Palo Alto,
1912-20; Mayor, 1914-16 and 1919-20; Com-
missioner, U.S. Federal Court, Salt Lake City,
in settlement smelter smoke litigation; U.S.
Delegate, International Union of Pure and Ap-
plied Chemistry, Cambridge (Eng.), 1923,
The Hague, 1928, Madrid, 1934, Lucerne,
1936, Rome, 1938; Mem., International Com-
mission on Biochemical Nomenclature, 1934;
Scientific Adviser for Dominion of Canada In-
ternational Tribunal, 1937-41; Chmn., Com.
on Biochemical Nomenclature, National Re-
esarch Council, 1938-41.

Directorships: Pres., Board of Trustees, Calif.
College in China (Peking). Vice-Pres., Union
Internationale de Chimie, Dir., Amer. Chem-
ical Soc.

Publications: Various contributions to re-
search periodicals.
Army Record: Chmn., Recreation Commis-



slon, Cam|) Fremont under Nallon.-il War
Camp Community Service, 1917-18.
Awards: Chevalier, L(^glon d'llonneur de
Franco; Awarded Chandler Gold Medal, Col-
umbia Univ.. 1022.

Mcmbrrships: Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma XI,
Alpha OmoKa Alpha, Phi Lambda Up.silon,
Alpha Chi Sigma; Fellow, Calif. Acad, of
Science. Follow, Amor. A.ssn. for Advancement
of Science, Fellow, London Chemical Soc;
Bohemian, Commonwealth, Stanford P^iculty,
Rio del Mar Country, Colusa Shooting Clubs.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Mountain climbing, hunting, and

Bus. Address: Administration BIdg., Stanford
University, Calif.

Home Address: 6.34 Mirada, Stanford Univer-
sity, Calif.

SWAN. Howard Shelton, A.B., M.A.

Director of Choral Activities and Thorne Hall,
Occidental College.

Born: Denver (Colo.), Mar. 29, 1906; s. of
Ethel K. (Miller) and D. Shelton Swan.
Education: Pomona College; graduate work
at Univ. of So. Calif., Claremont Colleges,
Westminster Choir College.
Degrees: A.B., Pomona College, M.A., Clare-
mont Colleges, 1940.

Married: Katharine S., d. of Katherine (Mc-
Gill) and Dr. Robert L. Smith, in Claremont
(Calif.), Dec. 21, 1929; ch.: Katherine E.,
Robert L., David S.

Prof. Record: Teacher of Social Studies and
Music at Eagle Rock High School, 1929-37;
Occidental College, 1937; Tenor Soloist, Hol-
lywood Bowl Orchestra, Los Angeles Churches,
Los Angeles and Glendale Oratorio Soc. ; Min-
ister of Music, Highland Park Presbyterian
Church, 1931-40, Pasadena Presbyterian
Church, 1940 — , Conductor, So. Calif. Jr. Coll-
ege Festival, 1939, Chorus, Univ. Glee Club
of Los Angeles, 1931-35, Occidental College
Glee Clubs and Choir, 1937 — ; Dir. of Thorne
Hall, Occidental College.

Directorships: Adviser and Editor for Choir-
masters Guild of So. Calif., Dir. of Choral
Activities of Thorne Hall, Occidental College.
Publications: Investigations of Choral Proced-
ures (unpublished master's thesis).
Memberships: Nu Alpha Phi (Pomona Coll-
ege), Kiwanis International, School Vocal
Assn. of So. Calif., Music Educators National

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Music, radio and tennis.

Bus. Address: Occidental Coll., Los Angeles

Home Address: 1912 Campus Rd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Other Address: Pasadena Presbyterian Church,
585 E. Colorado, Pasadena, Calif. *

SWAN. John Harold. A.B., M.A.

Instructor in English Literature and Philos-
ophy, Sacramento Junior College.
Born: Washington (D.C.), July 17, 1903; s
of Maria Dorothy (Munn) and John Stephen

Education: Graham school (Los Angeles),

Compton Union High School, Univ. of Calif.
(Los Angeles), Univ. of So. Calif., Univ. of
Calif. (Berkeley).

Degrees: A.B. (highest honors In Eng.), Univ.
of Calif. (Los Angeles), M.A. (in Eng.),
Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley).

Married: Mabel, d. of Effie and Simon (dec.)
Murchi.son, in .Sacramento (Calif.), Aug. 17,
19.30 (div.); ch.: Catherine Effie.

Prof. Record: Clerk and Investigator, Union
Indemnity Co., Los Angeles, 1924-25; Instr.,

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