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some vaudeville stock; Clerk for Sears-Roe-
buck (Chicago), Claim Investigator for Mor-
gan Steamship Line (N.Y.); Claim Dept.,
American Express Co. (Chicago), 1919-29;
real estate business in Chicago, Florida and
New York. Radio Singer and Actor (N.Y.),
1930; Motion Picture Critic and Reporter for
Quigley's Motion Picture Herald. Wrote, act-
ed and directed radio shows for Fred Allen,
Bert Lahr and others, 1931-35; wrote skits for
Ziegfeld Follies and other Broadway revues.
Screenwriter for Twentieth Century-Fox Film
Corpn., 1935-39; wrote screen plays for Uni-
versal, United Artist and Paramount Studios,
1940. Some of his screen credits include: King
of Burlesque, Sing Baby Sing. Poor Little
Rich Girl, Pigskin Parade, Wake Up and
Live, Love is News, You Can't Have Every-
thing, My Lucky Star, Little Miss Broadway,
Second Fiddle, Little Old New York, Thanks
for Everthing, Seven Sinners, Pot o' Gold,
Kiss the Boys Goodbye, Caught in the Draft,
and Birth of the Blues.

Army Record: Sergeant, Co. G, 35th Infantry,
U.S. Regular Army, 1917-19.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Paramount Pictures Inc., 5451
Marathon St., Hollywood, Calif.
Home Address: 709 No. Canon Dr., Beverly
Hills, Calif.



Born: Auglaize County (Ohio), June 3, 1891;
s. of Maria Bridget (Lawler) and James Den-
nis Tully.
Education: St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum.

Married: Myrtle Zwetow, in Ventura (Calif.),
June 8. 1933.

Literary Record: Author of Emmett Lawler
(Harcourt, Brace and Co.), 1922; Beggars of
Life, 1924, Jarnegan (a novel of Hollywood),
1926, Circus Parade, 1927, Shanty Irish, 1928
(all pub. A. and C. Boni) ; Black Boy (a dra-
ma with Frank Dazey, produced in N.Y., star-
rmg Paul Robeson), 1927; Twenty Below (with
Robert Nichols, produced in London), 1929;
Laugher in Hell (a novel of the chain gangs),
1929; Shadows of Men, 1930, Beggars Abroad,
1931 (both Doubleday, Doran and Co.); Blood
on the Moon (Coward, McCann), 1932; Ladies
in the Parlour (Greenberg), 1934, The Bruiser
(a novel of the prize ring; Greenberg), 1936;
Road Oirl (Lippincott), 1940; also articles and
short stories in numerous American and Eng-
lish magazines. Rated a writer of best sellers
in Russia, by Will Durant, Lincoln Steffens
and Ella Winter.

Bus. and Home Address: Faraway Farm, Ca-
noga Park, Calif.

TUNHEIM, Thorval. B.S.

Editor, San Fernando Valley Times, and Part-
ner in Valley News Corporation, Ltd.
Born: Newfolden (Minn.), Aug. 10, 1896; s.
of Taletta and Samuel Tunheim.
Education: Northwest School of Agriculture
(Crookston, Minn.) ; Univ. of Minn.
Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Minn., 1923.
Married: Saidee Marie, d. of John V. Ander-
son in Anaheim (Calif.), Mar. 2, 1929.
Prof. Record: Editor, San Fernando Valley
Times, Publisher of Valley Tirnes and Aircraft
Times. Partner in Valley News Corporation,
Ltd., 1936.

Directorships: Secy, of Valley News Corp.
Army Record: U.S. Army, private at Motor
Transport School (Indianapolis), 1918.
Memberships: Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta,
Sigma Delta Chi, Iron Wedge (Univ. of Min-
nesota) .

Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf, fishing and hiking.
Bus. Address: 11109 Magnolia Blvd., No. Hol-
lywood, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 11134 Sarah St., No. Holly-
wood, Calif.

TURNBOW. Grover Dean. B.S., M.S.

Vice-President, General Manager, Golden State
Company Limited.

Born: Palouse (Wash.), Oct. 10, 1893; s. of
Naomi (Couchman) and O. A. Turnbow.
Education: Univ. of Idaho; Iowa State Col-

Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Idaho, 1916; M.S.,
Iowa State College, 1917.

Married: Ruth, d. of J. R. Hill in Eugene
(Oregon), 1917; ch. : Mildred.
Bus. Record: Instr., Washington State Col-
lege- U.S. Dept. of Agr. (Washington, D.C.);
Inst, to Prof., Univ. of Calif.; Vice-Pres. of
Standard Creameries (now Bordens of Calif.) ;
Vice-Pres. of Creameries of America; Vice-
Pres. and Gen. Mgr., CJolden State Co., Ltd.
Directorships: Golden State Co., Ltd., Dairy
Engrg. Co., Golden State Sales Corp.
Publications: General bulletins while with
Univ. of Calif, and one text-book.



Membernhips: Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Zeta,

Gumma Sigma Delta, Bohemian Club.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing and all outdoor


Bus. Address: 425 Battery St., San Francisco,

Home Address: 15 Glen Alpine, Piedmont,

Other Address: 1404 Franklin St., Oakland,
Calif. (Pirvate Office).

TURNBULL, (Daniel) Gale

Artist, Painter, Sculptor, Designer.

Born: New York City; s. of Christine (Berch-

told) and Daniel TurnbuU.

Education: C.C.N.Y. ; Pratt Inst. (N.Y.); Art

Students League (N.Y.); Academie Collor-

ossi, and Chas. Lasar (Paris, France).

Prof. Record: Represented in the Luxembourg

Musee (Paris), Musee de Quimper (Brittany),

Brooklyn Museum (N.Y.), Ogelthorpe Univ.

(Ga. », and many private collections here and

abroad. Originator of the Leigh Potteries Din-

nerware; Art Director, Leigh Potters Inc.

(Alliance, Ohio), 1927-35, and Vernon Kilns

(Los Angeles, Calif.), 1935-40.

Army Record: Member, A.F.S., French Army,

1916-17; A.E.F., 1917-19, Sgt. 1st CI. Hdqrs.

Div. (all service overseas).

Memberships: Groupe des Peintres et Sculp-

teurs Americaines de Paris; Amer. Art Club

of Paris.

Religion: Anglican.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Sailing and swimming.

Home Address: 2636 Portland St., Los Ange-
les, Calif. •

TURNER. (Mrs.) Ethel


Born: San Pablo (Contra Costa Co., Calif.),
Apr. 21, 1885; d. of Eugenia Amanda (Palm-
er) and William Joseph Duffy.
Education: Univ. of Calif.
Married: John Kenneth (divorced), s. of
Laura (Kelly) and Enoch Turner; ch. : Juan-
ita (Mrs. John Langdon).
Literary Record: As a Writer, did Journalis-
tic work in Los Angeles and in Tucson (Ari-
ozna). Studied painting and wrote verse and
short stories for current magazines and news-
papers; was Feature Writer on Call-Bulletin
under Fremont Older, 1923; later Edited a
poetry magazine. The Wanderer; and also
wrote a novel, One Way Ticket (published by
Smith and Haas in America, Constable, in
England, and was filmed by Columbia) ; had
a Novella in Story, bi-monthly magazine; has
just completed a novel.

Memberships: League of American Writers.
Home Address: 2833 Sacramento St., San
Francisco, Calif.

TURNER. Ethel Louise, A.B.

Civic Leader, Clubwoman; Director, Southern
California Society for Mental Hygiene.
Born: Fairfield (Maine), Mar. 11, 1880; d. of
Addle Viola (Jones) Thompson and Arthur
Herman Totman.

Education: Coburn Inst. (WatervlUe, Me.);
Wheuton Seminary (Norton, Mass.); Vaiisar
College (Poughkeepslc, N.Y.).
Degrees: A.B., Vassar College, I'Ml.
Married: Charles Flavel Turner, In Fairfield
(Maine), Dec. 30, 19(J3; ch.: Louise Blgelow
(Mrs. Eugene Jerome Carman), Barbara Fla-
vel, Arthur Totman; grandch.: Eugene Jerome
11, Donna Louise.

Prof. Record: Taught high school (Fairfield.
Me.), 1902-03; Pres., Women's Improvement
Club (Calexico), 1913-14; Pres., Imperial Co.
Fed. of Women's Clubs, 1915-16; Pres., Col-
lege Club of Imperial Valley, 1916-18. Four-
minute Speaker, during World War I; Vlce-
Chmn., Red Cross (Calexico), 1918-19; Organ-
ized Jr. Red Cross in Imperial Co. ; one of the
organizers of So. Calif. Legal Aid Clinic Assn.
and Mem. of Board, 1927-32; Dir. of So. Calif.
Soc. for Mental Hygiene, 1927 — , Secy.,
1928-37; Preview Chairman, California Mo-
tion Picture Council, 1929-31; Pres., Wo-
men's City Club, 1930-31; Mem., Los Angeles
Citizens Traffic Safety Com., 1930-35; Wo-
men's Com. for Relief of Unemployed Wo-
men, 1930-35; Mem., Women's Residential
Cabinet, Community Chest, 1931-32, Speaker,
1931-32, Chmn., of Placement of Speakers,
1932; Mem., Los Angeles NRA (General Com-
pliance Bd., 1933, Child Welfare Div., Council
of Social Agencies of Los Angeles, 1933 — ,
Chmn., 1939-41; Director, Calif. Hut (rehabil-
itation of veterans), 1926-31, Treasurer, 1927-

Directorships: Dir., So. Calif. Soc. for Mental
Hygiene; Chmn., Child Welfare Div., Los An-
geles Council of Soc. Agencies, Mem., Exec.
Com. Council of Social Agencies.
Memberships: Friday Morning (Pres., 1926-
28), Women's Univ. (Pres. 1923-25), Wo-
men's City (Pres., 1930-31), D.A.R., Amer.
Legion Au.x.

Religion: Universalist.

Politics: Republican.

Home Address: 1602 So. Van Ness, Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Other Address: "Miqua," Big Bear Lake,

TURNER. Max H., B.S.

Mortuary Executive; Vice-Pres., Turner and
Stevens Co.

Born: Pasadena (Calif.), Apr. 11, 1903; s. of
Victoria Louise (Grauert) and Lewis H. Tur-

Education: Pasadena pub. schs.; Ore. State

Degrees: B.S., Ore. State Coll., 1926.
Married: Margaret, d. of D. A. Didricksen, in
Pasadena, Apr. 30, 1930; ch.: Barbara and

Bus. Record: Mem., Turner & Stevens Co., fu-
neral directors, for fifteen yrs., and serves In
the capacity of Vice-Pres.

Directorships: Mem., Bd. of Dirs., First Fed.
Savings & Loan Assn. (Pasadena) ; Mem.,
Pasadena Bd. of Edn. ; Second Vice-Pres.,
Pasadena Playhouse Assn.; Mem., Bd. of
Dirs., Pasadena Tournament of Roses Assn.
Memberships: Rotary, University (Pasadena),
and Flintridge Country Clubs; ISIasons; Pasa-
dena Chamber of Commerce; Sigma Alpha

Religion : Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: CJolf, swimming, and fishing.



Bus. Address: 95 No. Marengo Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Home Address: 2245 No. Craig Ave., Altadena,

TURNER, Richard Admyre

Lawyer; Member of Firm of Bailie, Turner &

Born: Yadkin County (N.C.), April 24, 1885;
s. of Mary Elizabeth (Poindexter) and John
Admire Turner.

Education: Public and private schools (North
Carolina) ; Wake Forest College.
Married: Ida Florence, d. of Olive R. (Hanna)
and George H. Wishart of Pasadena (Calif.),
at Pasadena, Sept. 11, 1912; ch.: Richard

Prof. Record: Teacher, country school (Yad-
kin County, N.C.), 1905; in office of R. J.
Reynolds Tobacco Co. (Winston-Salem, N.C.),
1906; admitted to practice Law in North Caro-
Ima, 1908, Calif., 1909; assoc. with Porter &
Sutton, Los Angeles, 1909-12; with Frank D.
McClure, 1912-15. Member of Stewart, Weil
& Turner, 1915-16, McClure & Turner, 1916-
18, Turner & Grainger, 1918-24, Bailie, Turner
& Lake, 1924 to present time.
Memberships: American, Calif. State and Los
Angeles Bar Associations; San G*briel Coun-
try, San Marino City, and Peter Pan Wood-
land Clubs; Masonic, Shrine; Elks.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golt, hunting and fishing.
Bus. Address: 811 Citizens National Bank
Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 1829 Warwick Rd., San Ma-
rino, Calif.

TURNER. Rodney L.

State Assemblyman, Farmer.
Born: Plattsburg (N.Y.), 1882; s. of Em-
ma (Abbott) and Martin V. B. Turner.
Education: Plattsburg High Sch.; Albany Bus.

Prof. Record: Land developer, subdivider,
former banker, former Mayor of Delano (Cal-
if.); has been a Mem. of the Calif. Legisla-
ture since 1933.
Memberships: Eagles, Druids.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Fishing.

Bus. Address: State Capitol, Sacramento,

Home Address: 1119 Jefferson St., Delano,
Calif. •

TUTTLE. Raglan. B.L., LL.B.
Associate Justice, District Court of AppeaL
Born: Oakland (Calif.), Dec. 13, 1881; s. of
Susan (Davis) and Frederick P. Tuttle.
Education: Univ. of Calif.; Hastings Coll. of
the Law.

Degrees: B.L., Univ. of Calif., 1905; LL.B.,
Hastings Coll. of Law, 1907.
Married: Calla Claire, d. of Frank A. Pedlar,
in San Francisco (Calif.); ch. : Pierson, Frank-
lin H., Richard E.

Prof. Record: Practiced law, 1906-26; Judge
of the Superior Court of Nevada Co. (Calif.),
1926-37; has been Asso. Justice, Dist. Court of
Appeal, Third Dist., since Jan. 1, 1939.

Memberships: Masons; Elks; Kappa Sigma.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing.

Bus. Address: Library and Courts Bldg., Sac-
ramento, Calif.

Home Address: 1225 Eleventh Ave., Sacra-
mento, Calif.

TYLER. Professor Albert. A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.

Biologist; Assistant Professor of Embryology,
California Institute of Technology.
Born: Brooklyn (New York), 1906; s. of Le-
nora (Miller) and Manuel H. Tyler.
Education: Erasmus Hall High Sch. (Brook-
lyn), 1919-23; Columbia Univ., 1923-28; Calif.
Inst, of Tech., 1928-29.

Degrees: A.B., 1927, and M.A., 1928, Colum-
bia Univ.; Ph.D., Calif. Inst, of Tech., 1929.
Married: Betty, d. of Rose (Mitchell) and
Samuel Spivack, in Weehawken (New Jersey),
1926; ch.: James.

Prof. Record: A s s t. in Zoology, Columbia
Univ., 1927-28; Teaching Fellow in Biology,
1928-29, Instr. in Embryology, 1929-38, Asst.
Prof, of Embryology, since 1938 at Calif. Inst,
of Tech. (Pasadena); Natl. Research Council
Fellow in Biology at the Kaiser- Wilhelm Inst,
in Berlin and at the Zoological Station in Na-
ples, 1932-33.

Publications: Numerous articles on the em-
bryonic development of animals, the artificial
production of double monsters, artificial par-
thenogenesis, energetics of development, mech-
anism of fertilization, etc.
Memberships: Amer. Assn. for the Advance-
ment of Science, Amer. Assn. of Univ. Profs.;
Corp. of Marine Biol. Lab., Woods Hole; Sig-
ma Xi.

Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Sports.

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

Home Address: 773 So. Mentor Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif. Summer: Marine Lab., Corona
del Mar, Calif. *

TYLER, Dean Harry Edward.

A.B., M.A.

Dean of Counseling and Student Personnel,
Sacramento Jr. Coll.

Born: Kearney (Neb.), Dec. 20, 1898; s. of
Ella Clara (Kimball) and William A. Tyler.
Education: Elem. schs. (Neb.); Crete (Neb.)
High Sch.; Doane Coll.; Univ. of Neb.; Stan-
ford Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Doane Coll., 1920; M.A., Univ.
of Neb., 1927.

Married: Jennelle, d. of Oliver B. Hosford, in
Albion (Neb.), May 22, 1922; ch.: Marilyn
Jean, William Hosford, Nancy Jane, Harry
E., Jr.

Prof. Record: Instr., Albion (Neb.) High Sch.;
Prin., Havelock (Neb.) High Sch.; Supt.,
Havelock City Schs.; Instr., Dean of Men,
then to present position of Dean of Counseling,
Sacramento Jr. Coll. (Calif.).
Publications: Learning To Live (Farrar &
Rinehart), 1940.

Army Service: Pvt., S.A.T.C, 1918.



Memberships: Masonic LodRe, Order of East-
ern Star; Lions; Piil Delta Kappa.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Independent.
Recreations: Music, writing.
Bus. Address: Sacramento Junior Coll., Sacra-
mento, Calif.

Home Address: 2109 Ninth Ave., Sacramento,
Calif. •

TYSON. Professor Howell Newbold.

Engineering Educator and Consultant; Assis-
tant Professor in Mech. Engrg. and Engrg.
Drafting, California Institute of Technology.
Born: Rossville (Md.), July 7, 1899; s. of
Caroline O. (Halsey) and Frank Charles Ty-

Education: Pasadena High Sch.; Throop Coll.
of Tech.; Cornell U.; Mass. Inst, of Tech.

Degrees: B.S., Mass. Inst, of Tech., 1920.
Married: Anna Neill, d. of Cosmella (Janney)
and Daniel Macpherson Hughes, in Pasadena
(Calif.), 1926; ch.; Howell Newbold and
Thomas Janney.

Prof. Record: Asst. Instr. in Thermodynamics,
Mass. Inst, of Tech., 1920-21; Designer for
Bur. of Power and Light (City of Los Ange-
les), 1921-22; Managing E n g r.. Industrial
Engrg. and Equipment Co., 1922-29; Engr.,
C. C. Moore & Co., 1929-33; Instr., 1936-39,
and Asst. Prof, in Mech. Engrg. and Engrg.
Drafting, since 1939, Calif. Inst, of Tech.

Army Service: World War I, Sept. to Dec,

Memberships: Amer. Soc. of Mech. Engrs.;
Sigma Xi, Delta Upsilon.
Religion: Episcopal.

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

Home Address: 505 So. Wilson Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.


UNGERSMA. The Reverend Professor
Aaron J.. A.B., B.D., M.Th., Ph.D.
Professor of Systematic Theology and Philo-
sophy of Religion, San Francisco Theological

Born: Lafayette (Ind.), April 15, 1905; s.
of Ella (Oosterling) and Meindert Ungersma.
Education: Purdue Univ.; Hbpe Coll.; West-
ern Theological Seminary; Princeton; Univ.
of Marburg (Germany).

Degrees: A.B., Hope Coll., 1926; B.D., West-
ern Theol. Seminarv, 1929; M.Th., Prince-
ton, 1933; Ph.D., Marburg, 1935.
Married: Mary Elizabeth, d. o'f Gertrude
Louise (Smith) and Thomas Bvrne, in Seattle
(Wash.), Oct. 22, 1930; ch. : John, Joan.
Prof. Record: Pastor of churches in Washing-
ton and Indiana, 1929-32, 1935-36; PrOf.,
Dept. of Psycholog\', Univ. of Denver, 1936-
38; Assoc. Prof, of Theology, San Francisco
Theological Seminary, 1938-40. Prof., since
1940; Visiting Prof., Berkelev Baptist Divin-
ity School, 1939-40; Instr., Student Confer-
ences, Estes Park (Colo.), and Calif.
Metnberships: Chi Alpha; Pacific Coast Theo-
logical Group; Marin Club.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Recreations: Outdoor sports, music.


Bus. and Home Address: 10 Kensington Rd.,
.San Ansclmo, Calif. •

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

A.ssociate Professor of History and Economics

and Dean of Freshmen, California Institute

of Technology.

Born: Redlands (Calif.), April 25, 1898; s.

of Andrea Louise (Nelson) and Edward N.


Education: Univ. of Redlands; Grad. School,
Harvard Univ.; Law School, Harvard Univ.;
Mayo College of Law; Northwestern Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Redlands, 1920;
M.A., Harvard Univ., 1921; J.D,, Mayo Coll.
of Law, 1925; Ph.D., Northwestern Univ.,

Married: Luclle, d. of Selma (Anderson) and
Henry Whitlock, in Chicago (111.), 1925; ch.:
Wayne Whitlock, Donald Ellsworth.
Prof. Record: Economic Consultant for vari-
ous investment banking houses and citrus
marketing organizations: Member of Calif.
Bar; Chmn., Citizen's Com. of Los Angeles
County on Local Ta.xation; Mem., Economists
Com., Los Angeles Chamber Of Commerce;
at present, Asso. Prof, of Historv and Econ-
omics and Dean of Freshmen, Calif. Inst,
of Technology; Attorney at Law.
Publications: The Tax Racket (J. B. Lippin-
cott Co.), 1933; articles in magazines and
trade journals; brochures.
Army Record: C.I.O.T.S., 1918.
Memberships: Pi Kappa Delta, Delta Sigma
RhO; Univ. Club of Pasadena.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Colt, angling.

Bus. Address: 1201 East California St., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Home Address: 1089 San Pasqual, Pasadena,

UPDEGRAFF. Harlan. Ph.B., M.A.,
Ph.D., LL.D.
Educational Consultant.

Born: Sigourney (Iowa), Aug. 22, 1874; s.
of Hannah (Harlan) and Ambrose Updegraff.

Education: Cornell College (Iowa); Columbia

Degrees: Ph.B., Cornell College, 1894; M.A.,
1898, Ph.D., 1908, Columbia Univ.; Fellow,
Teachers Coll. (Columbia Univ.), 1906-07;
LL.D., Syracuse Univ., 1926.

Married: (Gertrude Bartholomew, of Preston
(Iowa), 1901; ch.: Ruth, Harlan, Jr.
Prof. Record: Prin. and Supt.. public schools
(Knowille, la.), 1895-97, 1898-1900; Asst. in
Philosophy and Edn., C>jlumbia. 1900-02;
Prin. Girls' Latin Sch. (Baltimore), 1902-05;
Chief of Alaska Div., U.S. Bureau of Edn.,
1907-10; Chief of Div. of Sch. Administra-
tion, U.S. Bureau of Edn., 1910-12: Prof,
of Edn., Northwestern Univ., 1912-13, Prof.,
Ednl. Admstrn., 1913-23; Dir., Bur. of Ednl.
Measurements, 1917-23. Univ. of Pa.; Pres.,
Cornell Coll. (Mt. Vernon, Iowa), 1923-27;
Visiting PrOf., Swarthmore Coll., 1927; Prof.,
summers, Univ. of Calif., 1927, Cornell Univ.,
1937; Dir., N. J. Ednl. Survey Comm., 1928-
29; Research Consultant. Nat. Ad%'isorv Com.
on Education, 1930; sometime Ednl. Consult-


ant, U.S. Office of Edn., Brookings Institu-
tion, Youngstown (Otiio) Chamber of Comm.,
Bd. Of Edn., Pa. Dept. of Public Instrn.,
Amer. Youtii Comm.; Dir., Financial Sec-
tion, N.Y. State Rural Sch. Survey, 1921.
Publications: The Rise of the Moving School
in Massachusetts, 1907; Teachers' Certifi-
cates Issued Under General State Laws and
Regulations, 1911; A Study of Expenses of
City School Systems, 1911; Administrative
Cooperation in the Making of Course of
Study, 1919; Financial Support of Rural
Schools of New York, 1922; A Survey of the
Fiscal Policies of the State of Pennsylvania
in the Field of Education, 1923; Collaborator
on surveys of city sch. systems of Baltimore
(Md.), 1911, Brookline (Mass.), 1917, Phil-
adelphia (Pa.), 1921, rural schs. Of Pennsyl-
vania, 1913; N.J. Tax Survey Report, 1931,
and Miss. State and Local Govt. Survey, 1931.

Bus. and Home Address: 98 No. El Molino
Ave., Pasadena, Calif.

UPDEGRAFF, Winston R., B.S.

Editor and Manager, Western City Magazine.

Born: Mt. Pleasant (Ohio), April 18, 1900; s.

of Jennie R. (Chambers) and Charles T. Upde-


Education: Public schools (Martins Ferry,

Ohio) ; Ohio State Univ.

Degrees: B.S., Ohio State Univ., 1923.

Married: Dorothy, d. of E. B. Schmidt, of

Warrenville (111.); ch.: Kathryn, Patricia.

Prof. Record: Reporter and Telegraph Editor,

Internat. News Service (Hearst organization)

in Columbus (Ohio), 1922-24; Reporter and

Feature Editor, the Longview Daily News

(Wash.), 1924-29; Asst. City Editor, the Long

Beach Sun (Calif.); Editor and Mgr., Western

City Magazine, 1930 — .

Publications: Numerous governmental, trade

and technical articles.

Army Record: Evacuation Hosp. No. 2 during

World War I; 17 months overseas in France

and Germany.

Memberships: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma

Delta Chi; Amer. Legion.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golt.

Bus. Address: 458 So. Spring St., Los Angeles,


Home Address: 1623 Highland Ave., Glendale,

Calif. *

UPJOHN. Hubert S.. Ph.B.

Educator (retired).

Born: Kalamazoo (Mich.), Jan. 4, 1881; s. of

Pamelia (Kirby) and Henry U. Upjohn.

Education: Kalamazoo public schools; Kala-
mazoo College; Chicago Univ.

Degrees: Ph.B., Chicago Univ., 1903.

Married: (1) Delia B. (dec. 1909), d. of Na-
than De Lano, in Bellevue (Idaho), Dec. 30,
1906; ch. : Janet P. U. McKelvey, Richard D.
(2) Estelle Leach, 1913.

Prof. Record: Teacher in high school (Lans-
ing, Mich.), 1903-04; Prin., high school (Grand
Haven, Mich.), 1904-05, Pocatello Acad. (Ida-
ho), 1905-06, 1906-07; Teacher, high school
(Riverside, Calif.), 1908-12; Prin., So. Pasa-
dena High School, 1912-16; Asst. Co. Supt.
Schls. and Dir., Visual Edn., Los Angeles Co.,

1916-27; County Supt., Schls. (Los Angeles),
1927-31: City Supt., Schls. (Long Beach, Cal-
if.), 1932-35; English and European travel and
research, 1931 (9 mos.) and in England and
New England (U.S.), 1936 (9 mos.); at pres-
ent in retirement at home in So. Pasadena
engaging in private study and research (since

Religion: Congregational (member of congre-
gation only).
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Shop mechanics, travel, book
collecting, photography.

Home Address: 2020 Fremont Ave., So. Pasa-
dena, Calif.

URBAN, Clarence

state Real Estate Commissioner.
Born: Jacksonville (Te.xas), May 1, 1878; s.
of Amelia (Carlton) and John T. Urban.
Education: High schs. of Texas.
Married: (1) Byrdie (dec. 1915), d. of Thomas
Daniel, in Piano (Tex.), Sept. 3, 1900; two
children. (2) Thessa M. (Gunn), in Eureka
(Tex.), 1917.

Prof. Record: Engaged in the newspaper bus.
in Tex. at the age of twenty; owned five
weekly newspapers in that State; Mabank
Courier, Ellis County Review (Ennis), Rice
Rustler, Kerens Tribune, Mabank Mascot. Ef-
ficiency Expert (Barnhart Bros. & Spindler
of Chicago), 1917-20; came to Los Angeles
(Calif.), 1920 and engaged in real estate on
Washington Blvd. until June 28, 1939, when
apptd. Real Estate Commnr. by (3ov. Olson.
Directorships: Pres., Urban Mortgage Co. (Los
Angeles) .

Publications: Reference Book and Guide (pub.
by the Div. of Real Estate), 1940.
Army Record: Served in Spanish Amer. War.
Memberships: Mason, Life Mem., Al Malaikah
Temple of Shrine; Elks.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics ; Democrat.
Recreations: Hunting, golf.
Bus. Address: Div. of Real Estate, Union Bank
Bldg., and 2350 W. Washington Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 2251 W. 20th St., Los Angeles,

USIGLI. Gaston

Composer; Conductor, New York City Sym-
phony Orchestra.

Born: Venice (Italy), Nov. 25, 1897; s. of
Tone (Biliotti) and Guido Elmanno.
Education: Venice (Conservatory); Turin
Univ. (philosophy-math.); Berlin Conserva-
tory; Bologna (Italy) Conservatory.
Degrees: Grad. (Composition and Conduct-
ing), Bologna Conservatory, 1921.
Married: Betsy, d. of Joseph Etienne, in Reno

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