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of the Golden West (Piedmont Parlor), Oak-
land Lodge of Elks; Order of the Eastern

Star (Oakland); Alameda Co. Bar Assn.,

State Bar of Calif.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Court House, Oakland, Calif.

Home Address: Hotel Oakland, Oakland,

Calif. •

CHURCH, Thomas DoUiver. A.B., M.L.A.

Landscape Architect.

Born: Boston (Mass.), April 27, 1902; s. of
Wilda Harper (Wilson) and Albert B. Church.
Education: Pub. schools, Berkeley (Calif.);
Univ. of Calif.; Harvard Sch. of Architec-
ture; Sheldon Traveling Fellow, Rome, 1926-

Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1922; M.L.A.,
Harvard Sch. of Landscape Architecture,

Married: Elizabeth Montague, d. of Beatrice
(Grant) and Frederick Roberts, in Berkeley
(Calif.), May 17, 1930; ch. : Judith (b. May
6, 1935) and Belinda (b. Oct. 12, 1938).
Prof. Record; Asst. Prof, of Fine Arts, Ohio
State U., 1927-29; Asst. Prof, of Landscape
Architecture, U. of Calif., 1929-30; private
practice, 1931 — .
Memberships: Comstock Club.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Socialist.
Recreations: Photography.
Bits. Address: 402 Jackson St., San Francisco,

Home Address: 2626 Hyde St., San Francisco,
Calif. •

CHURCH, (Mrs.) Virginia Woodson,

A.B., M.A.
Writer, Teacher.

Born: St. Joseph (Mo.), d. of Ellen Tucker
(Wodson) and George W. Frame.
Education: Smith Coll.; Boston Univ., Colum-
bia Coll.; summer courses at Univ. of So.
Calif, and Queens Coll. (England).
Degrees: A.B., Smith; M.A., Boston U.
Married: Colonel J. W. Church, in Richmond
(Va.), 1908; ch. : Betty Courtenay Kellogg.
Prof. Record: Wrote novel. Commencement
Days; edited: Curtain. A Book of Modern
Plays (Harper), International Short Stories
(Lyons & Carnaham), Sales Marner (L & C);
Books of Verse: Teachers Are People and
Silhouettes of the Latin Quarter; plays pro-
duced or published : Susan Sayre, Suffragette,
Commencement Days (with Maragaret Mayo),
Fear of Houses, Legand, Glittering Casement
(opera). Very Social Service, What Men Live
By (one act), and Pamela (Harvard Prize

Memberships: Writers Guild, Poetry Society
of Calif.

Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Reading, marionettes.
Bus. Address: 824 No. Ave. 54, Los Angeles,

Home Address: 635 W. Allen Ave., San
Dimas, Calif. *

CHURCHILL, James F., M.D., F.A.C.P.


Born: Canton (III.), Sept. 8, 1881; s. of Nel-
lie (Bennington) and James P. Churchill.



Education: Knox Coll.; Univ. of 111.; Rush
Med. Coll.

Degrees: M.D., U. of Chicago (Hush Med.).

Married: Virginia, d. of Matthew Busey, In
Urbana (III.). Oct. 8. 1910; ch.: Robert B.
Prof. Record: Interne, Cook Co. Hosp. (Chi-
cago), liM)U-07; Instr. in Medicine, North-
western U. Med. Sch., 1908-16; Attending
Physician, Wesley Hosp. (Chicago), 1910-16;
practice limited to internal medicine since
1912; private practice. San Diego (Calif.),
1916^; Licentiate, Amer. Board of Internal
Medicine, 1937.

Navy Record: Lieut. (M.C.), U. S. Navy,
Jan. 4, 1918 to June 12, 1919.
Mr nberships: Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Rho
Sigma; Cuyamaca and San Diego Country
Clubs; Fellow, Amer. Coll. of Physicians.
Religion: Protestant.
Pontics: Republican.
Recreations: (Jolfing and fishing.
Bus. Address: Medico-Dental Bldg., 233 A
St., San Diego, Calif.

Home Address: 3264 Curlew St., San Diego,
Calif. •

CIMINI, Pietro

Conductor, Teacher of Voice.
Born: Bologna (Italy), s. of Adeodata
(Ghelfi) and Gustavo Cimini.
Education: Bologna (Italy) Conservatory and
Liceum of Music.

Degrees: Mus.M., Bologna Consv. and Liceum
of Music.

Married: Lina Murghi; ch.: Gustavo Cimini.
Prof. Record: After having played the violin,
under direction of great conductors such as
Arturo Toscanini, etc., he became a Conduc-
tor, specializing in opera ; then, five years Mus.
Dir. and first Conductor of the Imperial
Opera in Warsaw (Poland) ; five years Con-
ductor of the Chicago Opera Co. ; two years
Conductor in the principal theatres of So.
America; ten years Conductor with the San
Francisco Opera Co. ; twelve years Guest
Conductor at the Hollywood Bowl; Mus. Dir.
of several motion picture productions as well
as radio programs; Vocal Studio established
in Los Angeles since 1925.
Home Address: 620 So. Alexandria Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif. •

CLAPP, Charles Francis

Grape Grower and Packer.

Born: Azusa (Calif.), Mar. 4, 1886; s. of

Eva A. (Whittemore) and Durward C. Clapp.

Education: Azusa (Calif.).

Married: Bessie, d. of William T. Barker, at

San Diego (Calif.), Dec. 31, 1913.

Bus. Record: Has been a grower and packer

for past 25 years at Orange Cove.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Baseball and horseback riding.

Bus. Address: Box 427, Orange Cove, Calif.

Home Address: R.R.I, Box 335, Orosl, Calif.*

CLAPP. Professor Wm. Howard, E.M.
Professor of Machine Design, Calif. Inst, of

Born: Bedford, now South Cleveland (Ohio),

July 3,1874; 8. of Kmma (Schrumj and Ed-
ward Kent Clupp.

Education: Univ. of Minn., Sch. of Mines.
Degrees: E.M., U. of Minn., 1901.
Married: Mary S., d. of Abraham D. Allis,
In Oronoco (Minn.), June 1, 1914; ch.: George
Wirt (b. 1905) and Roger DeLancy (b. 1907).
Prof. Record: Supt. and Design Engr., Sher-
man Engrg. Co., Salt Lake City (Utah), 1905-
09; Engr., Nev. Goldfield Reduction Co.,
Goldfield (Nev.), 1909-10; Instr., 1911-1,3.
Asst. Prof., 1913-14, Asso. Prof., 1914-18, and
Prof, of Machine Design since 1918, at Calif.
Inst, of Tech., Pasadena (Calif.); was Chmn.,
Los Angeles Section, Amer. Soc. Mech. Engrs.,
1937-38; Pres., Pasadena Engineers Soc,
1926-27; Pres., Los Angeles Engrg. Council,

Publications: Materials and Processes (In-
ternal. Text Book Co.). 1938.
Memberships: Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi.
Religion: Agnostic.
Politics: Progressive Republican.
Recreatioyis: Hiking.

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

Home Address: 95 So. Mentor Ave.. Pasa-
dena. Calif. •

CLARK, Addison N.

Consulting Mining Engineer, CJeologist, and

Born: Champaign (III.), Oct. 9, 1882; s. of
Josephine (Wilkinson) and Harry Phillips

Education: Virginia Military Inst., Lexing-
ton (Va.) ; Mont. State Coll., Bozeman (Mont.)
Married: Irma Ethel, d. of Susan Adeline
(Pinson) and William Tecumseh Sherman
Kirk, in San Francisco (Calif.), Nov. 5.
1910; ch.: Donald Bruce (b. 1914), Robert
Cahill (b. 1917), Audrey Diane (b. 1920).

Prof. Record: Engineer with Western Elec-
tric Co. ; Mining Editor of Engineering News
(N.Y.) ; Manager of mining properties in Nev.;
Calif, engineering connections and, between
engineering jobs several editorials; known
through western mining states as "the min-
ing engineer poet;" divides time about equal-
ly between consulting engineering and geo-
logical work and "the writing game."
Directorships : Consulting Engr., Baltic Mines
Corpn. ; Consulting Geologist, Pacific Oil &
Gas Development Corpn., Consulting Engr.,
Giant Mining Corporation and Giant Jumbo
Mining Co. (Nev.)

Publications: For years has indulged in free-
lance writing, ranging from mining engineer-
ing and oil geological reports for assorted
clients, through technical articles for eng-
ineering press, economic and general articles,
to short stories and poetry; has had poems
widely published, in magazines, etc.. and sev-
eral have had wide circulation in art-plaque

Army Record: Captain. Corps of Engineers,
U.S.A., serving a year with the AEF in
France in World War 1, mainly as Railway
Regulating and Liaison Officer of 30th
Art. Brigade (French and Amer. railway
guns) in Verdun Sector.

Awards: Overseas Medal with three major
battle-stars appended.
Religion: Protestant Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.



Recreations: Fishing, music, and photography.
Bus. Address: Syndicate Bldg., 1440 Broad-
way, Oakland, Calif.

Home Address: 359 Bellevue Ave., Oakland,

CLARK, Alson Skinner


Born: Chicago (111.), Mar. 25, 1876; s. of
Sara Morse (Skinner) and Alson Ellis Clark.
Education: Chicago Art Inst.; Chase School
of Art (New York City); Whistler Atelier,
Simon and Mucha Ateliers (Paris, France).
Married Atta Medora, d. of George Collis
McMullin, in Watertown (New York), Sept.
30, 1902; ch.: Alson III.

Prof Record: Represented in permanent col-
lections of: Albert and Victoria Museum
(London), Hackley Inst. (Muskegeon), San
Diego Mus. of Fine Arts, Addison Gallery
or Art, Andover (Mass.), Public Libr., Water-
town (New York), Chicago Art Inst., Calif.
State Librv., Clearwater High Sch., Pasa-
dena Jr. Coll., Scripps Coll. (Claremont) ;
Murals, First Trust and Savings Bank (Pasa-
dena), Curtain Community Playhouse (Pasa-
dena) Carthay Circle Theatre (Los Angeles),
Teatro Leo Carrillo (Los Angeles), Poly-
technic Elem. Sch. (Pasadena), Patio (Pasa-
dena), Dispensary (Pasadena), La Vma Pre-
ventorium (Pasadena), Huntington Memorial
Hosp. (Pasadena).

Navy Service: Joined U.S. Naval Reserve,
1917; sent to France as interpreter, rank of
Ensign. Organized Photographic Naval Per-
sonnel; promoted to Lieut. (JG).
Awards: Medals received from: St. Louis
Exposition, 1904, Art Inst. (Chiago), 1906,
San Francisco, 1915, Southwest Mus., 1925,
Los Angeles Mus., 1923, Pasadena Art Inst.,
1930, etc.

Memberships: Twilight Club, University (Pas-
adena), Athenaeum (Pasadena); So. Calif.
Water Color Soc, Internal. Soc. of Print-

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Model ship building, stamp col-
lecting, photography.

Home Address 1149 Wotkyns Dr., Pasadena,
Other Address: Palm Springs, Calif.

CLARK. Arthur Miller

Editor and Publisher Carpinteria Herald.
Born: Emporia (Kan.), Jan 12, 1877; s. of
Sarah Jane (Davis) and Henry Clay Clark.
Education: Kansas State Coll.; James Milli-
kan Univ., Decatur (111.)

Married: Catherine Vivian, d. of the late
Thomas Candlish, in Sunderland Eng.)
Prof. Record: Emporia (Kan.) Gazette; St.
Paul (Minn.) Dispatch; Quincy (111.) Journal;
Decatur (111.) Herald; Des Moines (Iowa)
Capital; Waterbury (Conn.) Republican ;
Rocky Mountain Denver News, Pueblo (Colo.)
Chief tan; Cablenews- American, Manilla;
China Mail. Hongkong; South China News,
Shanghai; Tacoma (Wash.) Tribune; Holly-
wood (Calif.) Sentinel; Redlands (Calif.)
Facts; San Diego (Calif.) Union and Trib-
une; Bakersfield (Calif.) Calif omian; Los
Angeles Times, Los Angeles Examiner.
Directorships: Carpinteria, Chamber of Com-

merce; American Legion; Veterans of For-
eign Wars.

Arviy Record: 144th Field Artillery (Calif-
ornia Grizzlies), Aug. 3, 1917 to January
26, 1919.

Memberships: Lions, Santa Barbara Adver-
tising, and Good Fellowship clubs.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations Horticulture, floriculture.
Bus. Address: 813 Linden Ave., Carpinteria,

Home Address: 810 Walnut Ave., Carpin-
teria, Calif. *

CLARK, Professor Donald Sherman,

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

Asst. Prof, of Mech. Engrg. in charge of
Phys. Metallurgy, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Born Springfield (Mass.), Dec. 27, 1906; s.
of Lilla (Sherman) and Webster C. Clark.
Ed^ication: Calit. Inst, of Tech., Pasadena

Degrees: B.S., 1929, M.S., 1930, and Ph.D.,
1934, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Prof Record: Has been with the Calif. Inst,
of Tech. (Pasadena) since 1929, as Asst. in
Engrg., 1929-30, Teaching Fellow in Mech.
Engrg., 1930-34, Instr. in Mech. Engrg., Dir.
of Placements since 1936, and Asst. Prof, of
Mech. Engrg. in charge of Phys. Metallurgy
since 1937; Research Engr., Riverside (Calif.)
Cement Co., 1929; Phys. Metallurgist, Ind-
ustrial Research Laboratories, 1931-35; Cons.
Phys. Metallurgist; Trustee, Amer. Soc. of
Metals, 1938-40; has given miscellaneous
lectures before various scientific societies and
assns. ; has written miscellaneous discussions
and papers on research activities.
Publications: Engineering Materials and Pro-
cesse (with W. H. Clapp; Internat. Text-
book Co.), 1938: numerous articles on phys.
metallurgy, materials testing, etc.
Memberships: Amer. Soc. for Metals, Amer.
Foundrymen's Assn., Amer. Welding Soc,
Amer. Soc. of Mech. Engrs., Amer. Soc.
for Testing Materials, Amer. Assn. of Univ.
Profs.; Institute of Metals (England); Athen-
aeum; Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi.
Religion Christian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Badminton, tennis and garden-

Bus. Address: California Inst, of Technol-
ogy, Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 665 Canterbury Rd., San
Marino, Calif.

CLARK, Frank Charles. D.O.


Born: Napa City (Calif.), June 10 1869, s.
of Lucretia (Hogle) and Charles Theodore

Education: Country sch.; Washington Coll.,
Irvington (Calif.)

Married: Zerelda Ann, d. of John Johnson
Stow, in WatsonviUe (Calif.), Dec. 1, 1897.
Prof. Record: Practiced medicine since 1906;
taught comparative anatomy in Pacific Coll.
of Osteopathy and Coll. of Osteopathic Phy-
sicians and Surgeons (14 yrs.); Pres. of So.
Calif. Acad, of Sciences 1920-23; conducted
branch of So. Calif. Acad, of Sc. in Santa
Monica from 1923-29; lectured on scien-



tlflc subjects when ami where requested since
iy03; conducted free workshop for boys and
girls at Santa Monica, and during same
period, conducted classes In gen. biology to
any who cared to take advantage of the
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: VVoodcarving, clay modeling,
making boats, wagons, etc. for children in
the neighborhood and teaching them to do the

Home Address: 948 Chautauqua Blvd., Pac-
ific Palisades, Calif. *

CLARK, Harry Camp. B.S.


Bor.: Bay City (Mich.), June 8. 1883; s. of
Melissa C. (Heath) and Heman E. Clark.
Education: Derby Acad., Derby (Vt.) 1901;
Univ. of Vt.

Degrees: B.S., U. of Vt., 1907.
Married: Georgia L., d. of H. L. Kessinger,
in San Diego (Calif.), June 6, 1911.
Prof. Record: Admitted to Calif. Bar, 1915;
in practice at San Diego (Calif.), since;
served as Mayor of City of San Diego for
two terms, 1927-31.

Army Service: Commissioned Second Lieut.,
U.S.A., Aug. 15 1917; was promoted re-
spectively to First Lieut, and Captain, and
was discharged Sept. 3, 1919.
Memberships: San Diego Bar Assn. (Pres.,
1927), Calif. Bar Assn., Amer. Bar Assn.,
Amer. Legion, Veterans of Foriegn Wars
(Commander Amarock Post, 1939) ; San Diego
and University (San Diego) Alpha Lambda
Chapter of Kappa Sigma.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 1130 San Diego Trust and
Savings Bldg., San Diego, Calif.
Home Address: 4252 Witherby St., San Diego,

CLARK, Hervey Parke, A.B., Arch.B.


Born: Detroit (Mich.), Apr. 23, 1899; s. of
Mary Eliza (Parke) and Le Vert Clark.
Education: Lawrenceville Sell. (N.J.); Yale
Coll.; Univ. of Pa., Sch. of Architecture.
Degrees: A.B., Yale Coll., 1921; Arch.B., U.
of Pa., 1926.

Married: Isabel Alston, d. of Isabel (Hutch-
inson) and William Bull Pringle, in San
Francisco (Calif.), Jan. 14, 1933; ch. : Hervey
Parke, Jr.

Bus. Record: Trained in New York office of
Raymond Hood, CJodley and Fouilhoux; in pri-
vate practice in San Francisco since 1933,
doing chiefly residential work; his houses
have been given awards in national compe-
titions and have been exhibited locally and
in Philadelphia, New York, Chicago and

Publications: A 14-page portfolio of houses

appeared in Dec. 1940, issue of Architectural

Forum (Time and Life, N.Y.C.).

Army Service: 2nd Lieut., Field Artillery,

1918, Camp Zachary Taylor (Ky.)

Memberships: Zeta Psi Frat; Univ. Club

(San Francisco).

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing.

Bus. Address: 210 Post St.. San Francisco,


U'Diic Moore Rd., Woodslde, Calif.

CLARK, John Gee. B.S., LL.D.


Director of Penology, State of California.
Born: Fairvlew (Calif.), 1890; s. of Fannie
(Coxej and George Herbert Clark.
Education: Polytechnic High Sch.; Univ. of
Calif., Berkeley.

Degrees: B.S., U. of Calif., 1913; LL.D., Los
Angeles College of Osteopathic Physicians
and Surgeons, 1940.

Married: Josephine Hunt; ch.: Betty Jane
(b. 1919), and Stanley Dimmock Clark (b.
1925) .

Prof. Record: Interscholastic Debator and
Pres. of graduating class, after graduation,
Pres. of Alumni Assn. of L.A. Poly. High
Sch.; attended Univ. of So. Calif. Law Sch..
1913-17; was Asst. Probation Officer of L. A.
Co., 1913-17; admitted to law practice In
Calif., Feb., 1920; employed in the law
firm of H. L. Carnahan and Oliver Clark of
Los Angeles, 1919-22; later admitted to law
practice, Fed. Dist. Court, and subsequently
U. S. Supreme Court; entered into law part-
nership with Clyde Doyle of Long Beach
(Calif.), 1922, to date; elected to Calif.
Legislature as Assemblyman from the 70th
Dist., 1934, re-elected in 1936; elected Chmn.
of Dem. State Central Com. of Calif., Sept.,
1938, and resigned in Apr., 1939; appointed
Chmn. of the State Board of Prison Terms
and Paroles of Calif, for a four-year term,
Jan. 15, 1939; appointed as Dir. of Penology
for the State of Calif., Jan. 16, 1939; desig-
nated as Calif. Officer in Interstate Parole
and Probation Compact, June, 1940.
Directorships: Vice-Pres., Amer. Parole Assn.
Memberships: Pi Kappa Alpha, Beta Gamma
Sigma; Coll. Rifle Team and Capt. of Univ.
Cadets; Amer. Legion, Native Sons of the
Golden West, Loyal Order of Eagles; Peter
Pan Woodland and Los Serranos Country
clubs; Western Parole and Probation Assru,

Religion: Congregational.

Bus. Address: Ferry Bldg., San Francisco,


CLARK, (Mrs.) Margarete L.

Business Woman.

Born: Guben (Ger.), May 24, 1889; emigrated
to U. S., 1907; has resided in Los Angeles
since 1919.

Education: Private schools abroad.
Married: John G. Clark, Nov.. 1911 (natur-
ralized by marriage); ch.: Thelma, Grant
and Use.

Bus. Record: Pres., for two terms, of Busi-
ness and Professional Women's Club of Los
Angeles; elected Mem., Los Angeles Bd. of
Education for four-year term in 1935; apptd.
Commissioner, Los Angeels Co. Housing Au-
thority in 1933; apptd. Chief of Div. of Ind.
Welfare, State of Calif., Feb. 7, 1939; Apptd.
Ind. Welfare Commr., Feb., 1941; interested
in promotion of adult education and the
development of public forums for the valu-
ation of controversial issues.
Memberships : Hon. Mem., Delta Kappa Gam-
ma and Beta Sigma Omicron frats. ; Ameri-
can Federation of Teachers.
Hobby: Her children.

Bus. Address: 515 Van Ness Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.; 208 State Bldg., Los Angeles,



CLARK, Nalbro Bartley


Born: Buffalo (N.Y.), Nov. 10, 1888; d. of
Zayda (Brandt) and William H. Bartley.
Education: Buffalo (New York).
Married: Martin Lee Clark, in Reno (Nev.),
Apr. 25, 1933; ch. : John Bartley (by former

Prof. Record: Reporter on Buffalo Express,
1909-11; New York Sun. 1912; Free Lance
Writer for Munsey and Street & Smith pubs.,
women's magazines, Saturday Evening Post.
Publications: Paradise Auction, 1917; Bargain
True, 1918; Woman's Woman, 1918; Gorgeous
Girl, 1919; Careless Daughters, 1919; Gray
Angels, 1920; Fair to Middling, 1921; Up and
Coming, 1922; Judd and Judd, 1923; Bread
and Jam, 1924; Pattycake Princess, 1925;
Morning Thunder, 1926; The Mediocrat,
1927; The Fox Woman, 1928; Queen Dick,
1929; The Godfather, 1929; The Premeditated
Virgin, 1930; Devil's Lottery, 1931; Second
Flight, 1932; Breathless, 1933; Pease Por-
ridge Hot, 1935.

Memberships: Scribbler's (Buffalo, N.Y.);
Hon. Mem., Sigma Theta Phi, Stanford
Chapter; San Francisco P.E.N.
Religion : Episcopal .
Politics: Independent.
Recerations: Chessing and gardening.
Bus. and Home Address: 290 Lake Dr.,
Berkeley, Calif.

CLARK. Robert Donald. A.B., M.A.

Educator, Editor.

Teacher, Stockton Jr. Coll.

Born: Frontier Co. (Neb.), Mar. 30, 1910;

s. of Kathryn Jewel and Earl N. Clark.

Education: Pub. schs. of Neb. and Colo.;
grad. from Yuma (Colo.) High Sch., 1927;
Pasadena Coll.; Univ. of So. Calif.
Degrees: A.B., Pasadena Coll., 1931; M.A.,
U. of So. Calif., 1935.

Married: Opal, d. of Biddie (Clayton) and
C. C. Routh, in Lamar (Colo), 1932; ch.:
Roberta Suzanne.

Prof. Record: Asst. in Eng., Pasadena Coll.,
1931-32, Instr. in Eng. and Speech, 1931-35,
Asst. Prof, of Speech, 1935-39, Pasadena
Coll.; Instr. in Speech, Stockton Jr, Coll.,
since 1939.

Directorships: Exec. Secy, of Western Assn.
of Teachers of Speech.

Publications: Editor of Western Speech, quar-
terly, prof, publication of Western Assn. of
Teachers of Speech since 1939.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis.

Bus. Address: Stockton Junior College, Stock-
ton, Calif.

Home Address: 39 East Alpine, Stockton,
Calif. •

CLARK. Theron. A.B.

Registrar, University of Southern California.

Born: East Lyme (Conn.), Apr. 10, 1873; s.

of Mary (Stark) and Jonathan S. Clark.

Education: Bacon Acad., Colchester (Conn.),

grad., 1891; Brown Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Brown U., 1895.

Married: (1) Frances Berdena (Bell) in Har-

rison (N.Y.), July 26, 1899; (2) Annie Louisa
(Cocks) in Kansas City (Mo), Aug. 30, 1906;
(3) Nancy (Elder) in Santa Ana (Calif.),
July 21, 1934.

Prof. Record: Asst. Registrar, Brown U.,
1895-1915; Dir., Y.M.C.A., Providence (R.I.),
1902-11; Acct., Providence (R.I.), 1915-21;
Registrar, Bucknell U., 1921-24, and at U. of
So. Calif. (Los Angeles), since 1924; First
Vice-Pres., Pacific Coast Collegiate Regis-
trars, Nov., 1931, Pres., Nov., 1932; Vice-
Pres., Brown U. Alumni Club of So. Calif.,
Nov., 1932.
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Republican.

Special Interests: College administration.
Bus. Address: Univ. of Southern California,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 901 Vi W. 41st Dr., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

CLARK. Professor William Arthur. A.B.,
M.A., M.D., F.A.C.S.

Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Born: Sidney (111.), Jan. 8, 1882; s. of Mary
Jane (Huff) and William Davis Clark.
Education: Univ. of 111.; Harvard Med. Sch.
Degrees: A.B., 1905, M.A., 1907, U. of 111.;
M.D., Harvard Med. Sch., 1911.
Married: Gladys, d. of William Maurer, at
South Bend (Ind.), Jan. 26, 1918; ch.:
Thomas Doriot.

Prof. Record: Interne, St. Luke's Hosp. (Chi-
cago), 1911-13; Practice as Asst. (Chicago),
1913-15; with Amer. Red Cross, Dir. of Unit,
La Panne (Belgium), 1915-16; U. S. Army,
Med. Corps 1917-19; on staff of Mayo Clinic
(Orthopaedic Dept.), 1919-20; practice of or-
thopaedic surgery, Pasadena ((^alif.), 1921 — ;
Fellow, Amer. Coll. of Surgeons; Diplomate
of the Amer. Bd. of Orthopasdic Surgery.
Publications: Eighteen pub. papers on med.
ajid surg. subjects in various med. journals.
Army Service: Commissioned as First Lieut.,
Med. Res. Corps, July, 1916; active duty. Ft.
Benjamen Harrison, June to Sept., 1917;
active duty, Ft. Sheridan (111.), Sept., 1917
to Feb., 1918; active duty. Surgeon General's
office (Washington), Mar. to Apr., 1918; ac-
tive duty. Camp Greene (N.C.), May to Nov.,
1918; promoted to Capt., Base Hosp. No. 10
(Boston), Nov., 1918 to June, 1919; Base
Hosp. Plattsburg (N. Y.), July to Sept.,
1919; discharged as Capt., Sept., 1919.
Memberships: Amer. Orthopaedic Assn., Amer.
Acad, of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Amer. Med.
Assn.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Frat. ; U. of 111.;
Rotary, Univ., and Valley Hunt clubs (Pasa-
dena) .

Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Gardening and music (amateur

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

Home Address: 360 Congress PI., Pasadena,

CLARK. Willis W.. Ed.D.
Educator, Sociologist.

Director of Research and Guidance, Los An-
geles County Schools.
Born: Ancona (111.), Mar. 26, 1895; s. of



Nellie (Brown) and WlnflelU Scott Clark.
Educuiion: Univ. of So. Dakota; Univ. of So.
Callt.; New York Sch. of Social Work; Co-
lumbia Univ.

Degrees: A.B., 1916, M.A., 1918, Ed.D., 1941,
U. of So. Calif.

Married: Ethel M., il. of Edgar C. King. In
Los Angeles (Calif.), 1918; cli.: June Ethel
(Clark) Duran.

Prof. Record: Field worker and Sociologist,
Calif. Bureau of Juvenile Research, 1917-22;
Asst. Dir. of Research and Guidance, Los
Angeles City Schs., 1922-31; Dir. of Research
and Guidance, Los Angeles Co. Schs., 1931 — ;
Lecturer in Sociology and Education, U. of
So. Calif., 1926-38; Author of educational and
vocational guidance tests.

Directorships: Exec. Secty., Calif. Council of
Research and Guidance Assns., So. section.

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