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munity) and in sub-dividing lands in San Ga-
briel Valley (Calif.). World traveler taking
pictures around the world, especially in the
Holy Land.

I'uhliciilions: HilrrUd hnportant Hxhlc Versen
(Union Printers, Pasadena), 1941.
liihgion : Presbyterian.

Recreations: Walking, country outlng.s, gar-

Bus. Address: .San Marino, Calif.

Home Address: 1827 Virginia Rd., San Marino,
Calif. •

VAN der VEER. Judy

Writer, Rancher.

Born: Oil City (Pa.), 1912; d. Of Alice Nor-
wood (Case) and Tunnis Herbert Van der

Publications: Author of River Pasture, 1936,
Brown Hills, 19.38, and November Grass, 1940
(all pub. by Longmans Green) ; also numerous
stories, articles and poems in various publi-

Recreations : Reading, raising calves and colts,
riding horses, and enjoying outdoor life in

Home Address: El Monte Ranch, Lakeside,

Calif. •

VAN DYKE. Professor Edwin Cooper.

B.S., M.A.

Professor of Entomology, Emeritus, Univ. of
California (Berkeley) and Honorary Curator,
Department of Entomology, California Aca-
demy of Sciences.

Born: Oakland (Calif.), April 7, 1869; s. of
Rowena (Cooper) and Walter Van Dyke.
Education: Oakland and Los Angeles Schools;
Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley); Cooper Medical
(now Stanford Univ. Medical Coll., San Fran-
cisco) .

Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Calif., 1893; M.A.,
Cooper Med. Coll., 1895.

Married: Mary Ames (now dec), d. of John
Ames in San Francisco, June 7, 1915.
Prof. Record: Practice of medicine from 1895-
1913, Asst. Surgeon, Soldiers Home (near
Santa Monica, Calif.), 1896-1898, Resident
Surgeon, St. Lukes Hosp. (San Francisco,
Calif.), 1898-1900; Asst. to Prof, of Entom-
ology, Univ. of Calif., 1913-1939, when retired
as Prof. Emeritus; now Honorary Curator of
Entomology, Calif. Acad, of Sci. (San Fran-

Publications: Co-author with Duane, Cham-
berline and Bank of Forest Insects, also, nu-
merous contributions to scientific journals and
society transactions.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Travel.

Bus. Address: Calif. Acad, of Sciences, Gold-
en Gate Park, San Francisco, Calif, and Di-
vision of Entomology, Univ. of California,
Berkeley, Calif.

Home Addresses: 2440 Stuart St., Berkeley,
Calif, and Berkeley Inn, Berkeley, Calif. •

VAN GUNDY. Justine, A.B., M.A.

Instructor in English, Stockton Junior College.

Born: Norristown (Pa.), Feb. 12, 1901; d. of
Rebecca Hallowell (Stroud) and Dr. Justin
Loomis Van Gundy.

Education : Monmouth College; Univ. of Illi-
nois; Cambridge Univ.; Univ. of Wisconsin.

Degrees: A.B., Monmouth Coll., 1923; M.A.,
Univ of Illinois, 1924.



Prof Record: Instr. ot English, Univ. of Illi-
nois. 1924-31; Head of English Dept., Frances
Shimer Jr. Coll., lf«l-37; Asst. in English,
Univ. of Wis., 1937-39; Instr. in English,
Compton Jr. Coll., 1939-40, Stockton Jr. Coll.,

PubUcaUons: Patterns for Living (with Caro-
line Shrodes and Oscar Campbell ; Macmillan),

Memberships: Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Stockton Junior Coll., Stockton,

Home Address: 2135 Lakeside Ave., Stockton,
Calif. *

van HARREVELD. Professor Anthonie,

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

Assistant Professor of Psysiology, California
Institute of Technology.

Born- Haarlem (Holland), Feb. 16, 1904; s. of
Elizabeth (de Tombe) and Anthonie van Har-

Education: Amsterdam Univ.
Degrees: B.A., 1925, M.A., 1928, and M.D.,
1929, Amsterdam Univ.

Married: Truus, d. of Anthonie P. Smits, in
Bloemendaal (Holland), Oct. 12, 1928; ch.:
Anthonie and Frieda.

Prof Record: Asst. in Physiology, Amster-
dam Univ., 1926-32; Chief Asst. in Physiology,
Utrecht Univ., 1932-34; Research Asst., 1934-
35, Instr., 1935-39, and Asst. Prof., since
1939 at Calif. Inst, of TecTi.
Publications: Papers on physiological subjects
in various physiological journals.
Memberships: Soc. for Experimental Biol, and
Medicine; Amer. Physiological Soc; Nether-
lands Amer. Soc. of So. Calif. ; Sigma Xi.
Bus. Address: California Inst, of Technology,
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 764 So. Oakland Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

van LEEUWEN, Professor Ary


Born- Arnhem (Netherlands), May 25, 1875;
s. of Maria Christina and Ary van Leeuwen.
Education: Utrecht, Amsterdam, Berlin.
Married: Anna Paulina, d. of Paul Singer in
Vienna (Austria), Jan. 12, 1907; two children.
Prof Record: First Chmn. of Flute Sections
with Philharmonic and Symphony Orchestras
in Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna, Helsinki, Buc-
arest, Philadelphia, New York and Cincinnati;
Asst Conductor, Warsaw, Bucharest; toured
as Soloist in France, Italy, Germany, Austria-
Hungary, Turkey, Greece and Egypt; Founder
of many chamber music ensembles, in parti-
cular for wind instruments (latest, the "van
Leeuwen Trio," flute, cello and piano in Hol-
lywood). K. and K. Professor, Austrian Gov-
ernment; Prof., Acad, lor Music (Vienna,

Compositions: Composer of operettas, ballets,
chamber music, flute music, etc., composi-
tions published in the Netherlands, Germany
and America.
Religion: Lutheran.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Nature, books, writing.

IIo7ne Address: 1551 No. Stanley Ave., Holly-
wood, Calif.

VAN LUVEN, Donald Earl

Police Court Judge, San Bernardino.
Born- Santa Monica (Calif.), Sept. 1, 1899;
s. of Helen Edith (Shepardson) and Earl F.
Van Luven.

Edtication: Colton (Calif.) High School; Ore-
gon State College.

Married: Rose, d. of Stephen Szakacz in Santa
Barbara (Calif.), Aug. 31, 1935; ch.: Donald
E., Jr., Ronald William.

Prof Record: Partner with brother (Jed) in
San isernardino Implement Co., 1919-24; elect-
ed Police Court Judge, 1927; relected, 1931,
1935, 1939.

Directorships: Pres. and Director, National
Orange Show.

Army Record: Enlisted in army, 1918; honor-
ably discharged, 1918.

Memberships: Masonic, Knights Templar, 32°
Shrine; Native Sons of the Golden West (Past
Grand Trustee; Past Pres., Arrowhead Par-
lor No 110, Past Gov., Arrowhead Assembly
No. 14, Past Pres; Assn., N.S.G.W.). F.O.
Eagles; B.P.O. Elks; American Legion; 40
and 8.

Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Hunting, fishing.
Bus. Address: City Hall, San Bernardino,

Home Address: 803 Eighth St., San Bernar-
dino, Calif.

VAN NORDEN, Rudolph Warner,

A.B., F.A.I.E.E., M.A.S.C.E.
Consulting Electrical Engineer: Zone Con-
struction Quartermaster Div., U.S. Army.
Born: St. Albans (Vt.), Jan. 4, 1876; s. of
Anna Hubbell (Mygatt) and Charles Van

Education: Student, Cornell Univ., 1892-94;
Stanford Univ.

Degrees: A.B. in M.E., Stanford Univ., 1S96.
Married: Rowena Fav (Jackson), Oct. 12,
1904 (dec. Jan. 11, 1929).
Prof Record: Began as Asst. Engr. with Cen-
tral Calif. Electric Co. (merged into Pacific
Gas & Electric Co., 1905), Sacramento
(Calif ), 1896, Div. Supt., 1905-06; Cot;.
Engr San Francisco (Calif.), since 1006;
Tech Adviser to U.S. Secy, of Interior on
Boulder Dam questions, 1929-30; Cons. Engr.,
U S Bur. of Reclamation; Chief Statistician,
San Francisco Traffic Survey, 1937; Asso.
Engr., Federal Power Commn., 1938; Mem.,
Federal Pub Works Administrn., 1938-39; has
been Cons. Engr., State of Calif., Dept. of
Pub. Works of San Francisco, Oakland, Stock-
ton, Modesto, Susanville, Sacramento, Santa
Cruz, and for various companies; designed
thirty hydro-electric power plants and super-
vised" construction of eight of them; designed
over fifty high dams; owner of patent on mul-
ticone type of dams, also electro-magnetic re-
duction gear for ship propulsion; has frequent-
ly appeared as expert witness
War Service: Apptd. Cons. Electrical Engr.
in the Ninth Corps Area, Zone Construction
Quartermaster Division, U.S. Army, San Fran-
cisco hdqrs., on March 27, 1941.



Memhershtps: Court of Honor (San Kranclsco
Areu) Hoy Scouts of America; Fellow, Amer.
Inst, of Elcc. Engrs.; Mem., Amer. Sec. Civil
Engrs.: Engineers Club; Mason; Kappa Alpha
(Southern ».
Politics: Democrat.

Home Address: 104,'i Franklin St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

VAN NORMAN. Louis Edwin.

A.B., M.A.

Business Specialist, Editor.

Born: Quebec (Canada), Aug. 3, 1869; s. of
Eleanor (Healey) and Edwin M. Van Norman.
Education: College of City of New York; New
York Univ.

Degrees: A.B., College of Ctiy of New York;
M.A., New York Univ., 1896.
Married: Daniela Kotnowska. of Cracow (Po-
land), Oct. 4, 1903.

Bus. Record: Journalist, 1890-91; Magazine
Editor and Review Writer. Took e.xtended
tour of Europe and Asia, 1900, and wrote for
magazines, chiefly on internal, politics and
economics; authority on Slavonic subjects
(Russia and Poland) ; Editor of civic improve-
ment pubis. (Springfield, Ohio), 1902; went
to Europe to study Russia and Scandinavia
for Amer. magazines; Asso. Editor, Chautau-
quan, 1902; Foreign Editor, Literary Digest,
1900; Asst. Editor, Review of Reviews, in
charge. Foreign Dept., 1904-14; Editor, The
Nation's Business (monthly magazine of
Chamber of Commerce U.S.A.), 1915-16; Edi-
tor, Capital Publishers Inc., and Advisory
Editor, Sea Power, for Navy League, Art and
Archaeology, for the Archaeol. Inst., America,
and others, 1916-17; organized div. of infor-
mation for War Trade Bd. and took charge
of its publicity, 1917; apptd. Trade Commr.
to Roumania (hdqrs., Bucharest), by Bur.,
Fgn. and Domestic Commerce, 1919; apptd.
Resident Trade Commr. to the Minister at
Warsaw (Poland), 1919, transferred to Bu-
charest, 1921. Appointed Commercial Attache
to Legation at Bucharest, 1925; transferred
for duty in Washington, D.C., 1925; was Spl.
Rep., Bur. Foreign and Domestic Commerce;
with U.S. Daily (Washington, D.C.), 1930-33,
1934-36; Rep., Dept. of Commerce on Infor-
mation com. for negotiation of reciprocal trade
agreements. Lectured in U.S. and abroad on
economic, literary and social subjects.
Publications: Author of Poland, the Knight
Among Nations; Translator and Editor of
States-General, from the Story of a Peasant
(of Erchmann-Chatrian), 1903; Reviser, Dur-
uy's History of the World; Editor of Tales
fro7n the Italian ana Spanish, 1913.
Awards: Cross of Polonia Restituta (Poland).
Memberships: Polish Patriotic Internal. Soc
(Hon. Mem.), Phi Delta Theta (Hon. Mem ),
Phi Beta Kappa (Hon. Mem.) ; Vagabonds and
National Press Clubs.

Home Address: 1763 Titus St., San Diego
Calif. * i

Degrees: A.B., Franklin Coll., 1900; M.A..
Princeton, 1902; D.D.. Wabash Coll., 1919.
Married: (;iadys Donncll. d. of H. M. Miller,
In Franklin (Ind. ), .Sept. 5, IfKJo; eh.: Hervey
Alan, Mary l{ebekah (Mrs. David Brownj,
Margaret Donnell (Mrs. Edward James Cald-
well), John Richard.

Prof. Record: Ordained Presbyterian Ministry.
1903; Pastor (Goshen, Ind.), 19(J3-19; Asso.
Secy., Men's Work, Presbyterian Church In
U.S.A., 1919-21; Asso. Pastor, Fourth Church
(Chicago), 1921-22; Pastor, Calvary Presby.
Church (San Francisco), 1922—; Moderator,
Synod of Indiana, 1917, Synod of Calif..

Directorships: Trustee, San Francisco Theolo-
gical Seminary; Trustee, Albany Coll.
Memberships: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Rotary
Club of San Francisco.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing, outdoor life.
Bus. Address: Calvary Presbyterian Church,
San Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1 Si.xth Ave., San Francisco,

Other Address: "lequa," Westwood, Calif. *

VAN OSDEL. Professor Edgar Bates.

A.B., M.A.

Counselor; Professor of Geology and Astron-
omy, University of Redlands.
Born: Warrenville (III.), Oct. 26, 1875; s. of
Harriet Adelaide (Wood) and Rev. Oliver
Willis Van Osdel, D.D.

Education: Knox Coll. (Galesburg, 111.); Univ.
of Chicago; Univ. of Wash.; Columbia Univ.;
Univ. of Wyoming.

Degrees: A.B., 1894, M.A., 1897, Knox Col-

Married: Attalia Anna, Jan. 27, 1904; d. of
Philip Weisbecker, at La Crosse (Wis.); ch. :
Rev. Oliver Boyce (San Bernardino), Harriet
Anna (Pres., Ch. Pasadena).
Prof. Record: Chemist and Mining Engr. (Spo-
kane), 1897-1908; Prof., Chem. and Physics,
Linfield Coll. (McMinnville, Ore.), 1908-21;
Prof., Geol. and Astron., Univ. of Redlands
(Calif.), since 1921.

Army Service: Army YMCA, 1918-19 (Camp
Lewis) .

Memberships: Amer. Assn. Advancement of
Science; Seismological Soc. of Amer.; Astron.
Soc. Pacific; Amer. Astron. Soc.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Independent.

Recreations: Geological excursions, photo-

Bus. Address: Univ. of Redlands, Redlands,

Home Address: 821 E. Colton Ave., Redlands,
Calif. .

VAN NUYS. The Reverend Ezra Allen,

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

Minister, Calvary Presbyterian Church.
Born: Franklin (Ind.), July 21, 1877; s. of
Mary Alma (McCaslin) and Garret List Van


Education: High school (Hopewell, Ind.);
Franklin Coll.; Princeton Seminary.

van OVERBEEK, Professor
J(ohannes). B.S., M.S., Ph.D.,

Assistant Professor of Plant Phvsiologj', Cali-
fornia Institute of Technology. '
Born: Schiedam (The Netherlands), Jan 2
190S; s. of E. J. (Vos) and J. M. V£in Over-
bee k.



Educatioyi: Univ. of Leyden and Univ. of
Utrecht (both in Holland).

Degrees- B.S., Univ. of Leyden, 1929; M.S.,
1932, and Ph.D., 1933, Univ. of Utrecht.
Married; Mathilde, d. of J. T. van Aarem, in
Leyden (The Netherlands), 1933; ch. : J. Ro-
bert and Barbara.

Prof. Record: Asst. in Botany, Univ. of
Utrecht, 1933-34; Research Asst., 1934-37,
Instr 1937-39, and Asst. Prof, of Plant Phy-
siology, since 1939, Calif. Inst, of Tech. (Pasa-

Directorships: Secy., Amer. Soc. of Plant Phy-
siol. (Western Section), 1939-41; Secy., Signia
Xi (Calif. Inst, of Tech. Chapter), 1939-42;
Mem., Bd. of Dirs., Plant Culture League.
Publications: Numerous articles on plant phy-
siology, mainly on plant hormones.
Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Assn. for Ad-
vancement of Science; Amer. Bot. Soc;
Amer. Soc. of Plant Physiol.; Sigma Xi.
Recreations: Swimming, hiking, cabinet mak-
ing and designing.

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

Home Address: 863 No. Sunset Blvd., Arcadia

van PATTEN. Nathan. Litt,D.

Director, Stanford University Libraries, Stan-
ford University, Calif.

Born: Niskayuna (N.Y.), March 24, 1887; s.
of Jennie (Houghton) and John van Patten.
Education: Union Classical Institute.
Degrees: Litt.D., Dartmouth College, 1936.
Married: Mabel L., d. of Lydia (Stiles) and
Northrup Waite in Schenectady (N.Y.), June
20, 1910; ch.: Dolores.

Prof Record: Teacher, public schools, 1907-17;
Librarian, Wolcott Gibbs Library (Coll. of the
City of NY.), 1917-20; Reference Librarian
Mass. Inst, of Tech., 1920-21; Asst. Librarian,
1921-23, Chief Librarian, Queen's Univ. (Can-
ada) 1923-27; Dir. of Univ. Libraries, Stan-
ford Univ , 1927—; Lecturer, Chemistry Dept.,
Stanford Univ., 1928—; Lecturer, Library
School, McGill Univ. (Canada), 1928; Lectur-
er School of Medicine, Univ. of Calif., 1931;
Di'r., Hoover Library on War, Revolution, and
Peace, 1928—.

Publications: Six books and over one hundred
articles in bibliographical, library, literary
and medical journals.

Memberships: Faculty (Berkeley); Faculty
(Stanford Univ.); Royal Societies (London,
England) ; Central Railway Club (Buffalo,
NY)- Theta Chi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Sigma
Delta Pi; Fellow Library Assn. (Eng.); Fel-
low Amer. Library Inst.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Non-partisan.
Recreations: Book collecting.
Bus. Address: Stanford Univ. Libraries, Stan-
ford Univerisity, Calif.

Home Address: 5/9 Alvarado Row, Stanford
University, Calif.

VAN SOOY. Neal Edgar. A.B.

Publisher, Azusa Herald.

Born: Big Rapids (Mich.), Dec. 18, 1907; s.

of Katharine (Smith) and Mortimer Alonzo

Van Sooy.

Education: Grade schs. (Holland, Mich.),

Jacksonville (Fla.), and Santa Barbara

(Calif.) ; high sch. (Glendale, Calif.) ; Stanford
Univ.; Univ. of Hawaii.
Degrees: A.B., Stanford Univ., 1933.
Married: Martha, d. of Ella (Howard) and
Sam Standley. in Honolulu (Hawaii), Jan.
1, 1930; ch.: Katharine Ann, Standley Neal.
Prof Record: Publisher, Azusa Herald, since
July 1 1933; Lecturer in Journalism at Stan-
ford Univ., since April, 1936; was Winner of
16 regional, state, and natl. newspaper awards
in 1937,-38,-39,-40.

Directorships: Pres., 1940, Calif. Newspaper
Pubs. Assn.; Pres., 1940, Amer. Inst, of
Journalists; All-Year Club; Calif. Safety

Publications: Magazine articles.
Memberships: Press (San FrancLsco) ; Cham-
ber of Commerce, Rotary, YMCA (Past Pres.
of all- all in Azusa); Commonwealth (ban
Francisco); Book Club of Calif.; Rainbow

Angling (Azusa); Los Serranos Country

Clubs; Sigma Delta Chi, Alpha Phi Gamma,

Beta Phi Gamma.

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Book collecting.

Bus. Address: 706 Azusa Ave., Azasa, Calif.

Home Address: 1008 San Gabriel Ave., Azusa^


VAN TUYL. Marian, B.S.

Dancer; Assistant Professor of Physical Edu-
cation, Mills College.

Born- Wacousta (Mich.) Oct. 16, 1907; d. of
Mary Curry and Frank Foster Van Tuyl.
Education: Detroit and Ann Arbor (Mich > :
Bennington School o. Dance; Univ. of Michi-

Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Michigan, 1928.
Married: Douglas Gordon, s. of George Camp-
bell in Toronto (Ontario, Canada), Feb. 1,

Prof Record: Dancer and Dancing Teacher;
taught at Univ. of Chicago, 1928-38, Univ. of
Michigan (summer), 1928, Univ. of Indiana
(summer), 1937, Mills Coll., 1938— Univ. of
Washington (summer), 1939.
Directorships: Dir., Van Tuyl Concert Dance

Memberships: Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda
Theta, Alpha Omicron Pi; Mortarboard.
Recreations: Weaving; music; theatre.
Bus. Address: Mills College, Oakland, Calif.*

van WYCK, William. A.B., M.A.,
P(3.M., Litt.D., Officier d'Academie

Author, Lecturer, Radio Commentator.
Born- Terre Haute (Ind.), March 10, 1883; s.
of Harriet Reynolds (Early) and William van

Education: Pomfret School; Columbia Univ. ;
Univ of Geneva (Switzerland) ; Oxford (Eng-
land) ; New York Univ. ; Univ. of So. Calit.
Degrees: A.B., 1917, M.A., 1918, Litt D., 1932,
Univ. of So. Calif.; Pd.M., New York U.,
1920. Officier d'Academie (France). Some-
time Fellow and Scholar of New York U.
Married: Jessica Marian, d. of Andrew M.
Davis, at Paris (France), March 13, 1922; ch..
Mrs. Kenneth C. B. Mackenzie, Mrs. Stephen
C. Wilmans, Phyllis J. Nahl.
Prof Record: Teacher, Writer, Lecturer and
Radio Commentator, Book Editor, The Coast
(San Francisco). Among works published are:



Jessica's Book. Florrntinrs. StivonaroUi, Some
Oetitlrmrn of the Kciuiissancc. On the Ter-
race, Six Women, Chaucer's Canterbury Tales,
Chaucer's: The Miller's Tale; Rotisaril's {Jon-
nets for Helen, Spiess's: The Wanderer, Dame
Juliana Bcrncr's: Fishing with an Angle;
Fracastoro's: Syphilidis Sive de Morbo Oallico
Libri Tres, etc.

Awards: Palmes AcacU-mlqucs (Franco).
Memhershijis: Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa
Phi, SiKma Alpha Kp.silon. Clubx: Army and
Navy (San Francisco), Bohemian (San "Fran-
cisco), Authors Club (New York), St. Nich-
olas Club (New York), International (Gen-
eva), Cercle Interallic^e (Paris), Authors
(London). Honorary Asso., The Andiron Club
of New York City (learned society); Holland
f.oc. of New York; Amer. Acad, of Political

Home Address.- 2600 Ridge Rd., Berkeley,

VARGA. Emery Elmer, B.F.S.

Property Management; Honorary Consul of
the Republic of Honduras at Los Angeles.
Born: Chicago (111.), Aug. 8, 1912; s. of Susan
(Parichy) and Emery Varga.
Education: Univ. of So. Calif. (Los Angeles
Sch. of Internat. Relations); Loyola Univ.;
of Los Angeles; Univ. of Calif. (Los An-
geles) ; Turner's School of Diplomacy (Wash-
ington, D.C.).

Degrees: B.F.S., Univ. of So. Calif., 1937.
Prof. Record: Income property mgmt. since
1937; Consul of the Republic of Honduras,
Los Angeles (Calif.) since 1937.

Directorships: Amer. Assn. of Port Authori-
ties (Hon. Mem.).

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa
Phi, Pi Sigma Alpha, Sigma Delta Pi; Pan
American Council of Chicago (III.).
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics: Republican.

Home Address: 4149 Degnan Blvd., Los An-
geels, Calif. •

VAUGHAN. Major Earle Russell.

C.N.G., LL.B.

Lawyer; Commandant of Cadets, Page Mili-
tary Acad., and Headmaster, Page Cavalry

Born: Denver (Colo.), July 7, 1912; s. of
Harriette S. and Russell U. Vaughan.
Education: Antioch Coll.; Loyola Univ.; Coll.
of Law (Los Angeles).

Degrees: LL.B., Amer. Univ. Coll. of Law

Married: Edith, d. of Robert Adams Gibbs,
in Los Angeles (Calif.), Jan. 18, 1936; ch. :
Robert Page, Russell Gibbs.
Prof. Record: Was in pvt. law practice, 1934-
37; Commandant Page Military Acad., since
1937; Founder, Page Military Camps, Man-
hattan Beach and Devore (Calif.); Founder,
Page Cavalry Sch., 1939; Headmaster, Page
Cavalry Sch., since 1940.

Directorships: Delia P. Gibbs Foundation
(Chmn., Bd. of Trustees).
Army Record: Apptd. Major, Calif. Nat.
Guard, by Gov. Merriam, 1938.

Memberships: Mason, 32°, Scottish Rite (Los
Angeles), Shriner.

Religion: Unitarian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Riding, boating.

Bus. and Home Address: Pajje Military Acad.
1201 So. Cochran St., Los AnKeles, Calif.
Devore, Calif.

VAUGHAN, Professor Herbert Hunter,

A.B., Ph.D.

i'rolcs.sor of Italian, University of California,

Born: Ann Arbor (Mich.), Apr. 2, 1884; s. of
Dora Catherine (Taylor) and Victor C

Education: Univ. of Mich.; Harvard Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Mich., 19(J3; Ph.D.
Harvard Univ., 1906.

Prof. Record: Instr. in Romance Lang., Univ.
of Kan., 1906, Univ. of Mich., 1906-07, Trin-
ity Coll. (N.C.), 1908-09, Dartmouth Univ.,
1910-12, Univ. of Pa., 1912-19; Prof., Univ
of Neb., 1919-22; Prof, of Italian, Yale Univ.,
1922-23, Univ. of Calif, since 1923.

Publications: Articles in the field of Romance

Army Service: First Lieut., U.S. Army, 1918-

Memberships: Amer. Assn. of Univ. Profs.;
Pac. Coast Philol. Assn.; Mod. Lang. Asso.;
Mediaeval Acad. ; Linguistic Soc. of Amer. ;
Amer. Assn. of Teachers of Italian. Orinda
Country Club.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley.

Home Address: Orinda, Calif. •

VAUGHAN. The Reverend Professor
Joseph Aloysius, S.J., A.B., M.A.,

Professor of Social and Industrial Ethics,

Loyola University of Los Angeles.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Jan. 8, 1890;

s. of Letitia (Ballantine) and Joseph Alonzo


Education: San Francisco Univ.; St. Louis
Univ.; Colegio de Ona (Burgos, Spain); Igna-
tiuskolleg (Holland); Gregorian Univ.

Degrees: A.B., 1916, and M.A., 1917, St.
Louis Univ.; Ph.D., Gregorian Univ., 1933.
Prof. Record: Prof, of Chem., Santa Clara
Univ., 1910-13, 1924-28; Prof, of Social and
Industrial Ethics at Loyola Univ., since 1933;
has conducted radio program: Weekly Catho-
lic Hour over Los Angeles stations for the
past eight yrs.; has acted as arbitrator in la-
bor troubles; is in constant demand as Lec-
turer on Social and Industrial Problems; was
summoned to Rome as Amer. Broadcaster at
Vatican City Radio Station in summer of
1939 until the outbreak of the war.

Publications: Has contributed numerous arti-
cles to periodicals on social and industrial
problems, many of which have been published
in book form.

Religion: Roman Catholic (Priest).

Bus. and Hojne Address: Loyola Univ., Los
Angeles, Calif.

VAUGHN, Howard, B.S.A., M.A.

Live Stock Farmer.

Born: Marion (Iowa), May 6, 1890; s. of
Lucy E. (Scott) and W. W. Vaughn.

Education: Iowa State College.



Degrees: B.S.A., 1911, M.A., 1922, Iowa State

Married: Idaho, d. of W. H. Sutherland, in
Cairo (111.), Nov. 17, 1915.
Prof Record: Asso. Prof., Animal Husbandry,
Iowa State Coll., Ext. Dept., 1912-14; Dir ,
Golden Gate Internal. Exposition Livestock
Bd 1939; Pres., Purple Circle, 1937; Dir.,
Calif. Woolgrowers Assn., 1937-:',8; winner ot
numerous prizes and championships on market
sheep and cattle at Great Western Livestock
Show (Los Angeles), Golden Gate Internal.
Exposition (San Francisco i, Ogden Livestock
Show (Utah), Internat. Livestock Exposition,
Chicago, Calif. State Fair, and various county
fairs Writer of short articles on sheep hus-
bandry for various livestock publications;
speaker on livestock subjects at farmers or-
ganizations and service clubs.
Directorships: Pres., Pac. Breeders and Exhi-
bitors Soc; Vice-Pres., Amer. Suffolk Sheep

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