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Publications: Numerous standardized diagnos-
tic tests in educational aciiievement, intelli-
gence, personality, and aptitude; also articles
in scientific journals of education and soci-

Memberships: Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa
Phi, Alpha Kappa Delta; Jonathan Club.
Religion: Presbyterian.

Bus. Address: 240 So. Broadway, Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Home Address: 7140 Mulholland Dr., Los An-
geles, Calif.

CLARKE, Charles Galloway


Director of Photography, Twentieth Century-

Fo.x Studio.

Born: Potter Valley (Calif.), Mar. 19, 1899;

s. of Anna Electa (Millington) and Charles

Edwin Clarke.

Education: Los Angeles pub. schs.; Polytech-
nic High Sch. (Los Angeles).
Married: Marian N., d. of Floyd Vincent
Bowden, in Batavia (N.Y.), Feb. 12, 1908;
ch.: Mary Millington (b. Mar. 20, 1931).
Prof. Record: Cameraman since 1921; has
been with Jesse Lasky Feature Play Co.,
Famous Players, Oliver Morosco Prdns.,
Metropolitan Prdns.. Paramount Pictures,
VVm. Fox Studios, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; is
now with Twentieth Century-Fox, wliere he
is Dir. of Photography; among recent credits
is Frontier Marshal, 1939, Cowboy and the
Blonde, 1941, for Twentieth Century.

Directorships: Amer. Soc. of Cinematog-

Publications: Edison's Invention of the Kineto-
Phonograph (privately printed, Los Angeles),

Arviy Service : Battery A, 143rd Field Ar-
tillery, U. S. Army, 1917-19, A.E.F.

Memberships: Acad, of Motion Picture Arts
and Sciences. Amer. Soc. of Cinematog-
raphers; Scottish Rite, Shrine; Soc. of Mo-
tion Picture Engrs.; Amer. Legion; Adven-
turer's Club.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Gun club, swimming, collector
of Californiana and early cinema.
Bus. Address: Twentieth Century-Fox Studios,
10201 W. Pico, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 10133 Tabor St., Palms Sta.,
Los Angeles, Calif. •

CLARKE. Dwight L.

E.\u(ulive Vice-l'rcs., Occidental Life Ins. Co.
Born: lic-rkelcy (Calif. j, Nov. 2, 1885; s. of
Myrtle K. (Williams) and James L. Clarke.
Education: I'ub. schs. of San Francisco; Univ.
of Calif., Berkeley, for two years.
Married: Edna M., d. of Edmund B. Wlllcox,
in San Francisco (Calif.), Oct. 24, 1916; ch.:
Edmund W.

Bus. Record: With Union Trust Co. and Sav-
ings Union Bank and Trust Co., San Fran-
cisco (Calif.), 1906-16; Mgr. -Trust Of-
ficer, Security Trust Co., Bakersfield (Calif.),
1916-22; Vice-Pres. and Mgr., San Joaquin
Valley Securities Co., Bakersfield (Calif.),
1923-27; Vice-Pres. and Mgr., Security Trust
Co. and successor instn., Bakersfield (Calif.),
1927-32; Vice-Pres., Bank of Amer. N. T.
& S. A., Los Angeles (Calif.), 1932-36; Exec.
Vice-Pres., Occidental Life Ins. Co., since

Me7nberships: Breakfast, Stock Exchange (Los
Angeles), and Sierra clubs; Book Club of
Calif.; Calif. Soc. of Sons of Rev., Soc. of
Colonial Wars.

Bus. Address: 756 So. Spring St., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Home Address: 434 Muir field Rd., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

CLARKE. John Hessin, A.B., M.A., LL.D,
Jurist (retired) ; World Peace Advocate.
Born: Lisbon (Ohio), Sept. 18, 1857; s. of
Melissa (Hessin) and John Clarke.
Education: Brown Univ., Western Reserve

Degrees: A.B., Western Reserve U., 1877;
M.A., 1880, LL.D., 1916, LL.D.. 1924, Brown

Prof. Record: Admitted to Ohio Bar, 1878,
practiced at Lisbon, 1879-80, Youngstown.
1880-97, at Cleveland. 1897-1914; Gen. Coun-
sel, N.Y., C.& St.L.R.R., 13 yrs. ; U. S. Dist.
Judge, No. Dist. of Ohio, 1914-16; Asso. Jus-
tice, Supreme Court of U. S., July 14, 1916 -
Sept., 1922; resigned in order to give entire
time to cultivating public opinion favorable
to world peace. Pres., League of Nations
Non-Partisan Assn. of U. S., 1922-30; Trus-
tee World Peace Foundation (Boston), 1923-

Directorships: Hon Life Trustee, Youngstown
Pub. Libr. ; Trustee, Cleveland Public Libr.,

Memberships: City (Cleveland), Cuyamaca,
and Univ. (San Diego) clubs.
Home Address: Hotel El Cortez, San Diego,
Calif. •

CLARKE. Professor R. Manning. M.D.,
F.A.C.P., F.A.M.A.

Professor of Medicine, College of Medical

Born: Leslie (Ingham Co., Mich.), Mar. 29,
1883; s. of Viola Ellen (Curry) and Hollis

Education: High sch., Leslie (Mich.); Battle
Creek Coll. (Mich.); George Washington
Univ., 1907.

Degrees: M.D., Med. Dept., George Washing-
ton U., 1907.

Married: Ethal, d. of Florence Bell (Rogers)
and Trumann James Gilbert, in Takoma
Park Station (Washington, D.C.), Sept. 25,
1907; ch. : Gilbert Manning.



Prof. Record: Private practice internal med-
icine and diagnosis; Prof, of Medicine, Coll.
of Med. Evangelists; Senior Attending Physi-
cian: White Memorial Hosp., Los Angeles
Co. Gen. Hosp., Glendale Sanatarium and

Membershipa : Hon. Staff, Calif. Lutheran
Hosp.; Diplomat, Amer. Bd. of Internal
Med.; Fellow, Amer. Coll. of Physicians;
Fellow, Amer. Med. Assn.; L. A. Co. Med.
Assn., Calif. Med. Assn., Amer. Heart Assn.;
Fellow, L. A. Acad, of Medicine.
Publications: Diseases of the Heart (Pac.
Press Pub. Assn.), 1934; Contagious Diseases
(P. P. Pub. Assn.), 1924; numerous papers
of technical nature for the physician and

Army Record: Capt., Med. Res. to Sept. 12,

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

Bus. Address: 606 So. Hill St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 5240 La Roda, Los Angeles,
Calif. •

CLARVOE. Frank Auld

Editor, The San Francisco News.
Born: Washington (D.C.), Aug. 29, 1896; s.
of Anne Gertrude (Fawcett) and Frank A.

Education: Episcopal Acad. (Phila.), 1911-13;
Episcopal High Sch., Alexandria (Va.), 1913-
15; Univ. of No. Carolina (Chapel Hill),

Married: Erma A., d. of Anton Kirschner,
in Portland (Ore.), Sept. 21. 1922; ch.:
Frank A, III.

Prof. Record: On staff, Portland (Ore.)
Journal. 1919-21, United Press Assns., 1921-
25, San Francisco News, since 1925; also
Consulting Prof, of Journalism, Stanford U.
Army Service: 2nd Lt., Prodn. Div., Army
Air Corps, World War I.

Memberships: Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Delta
Chi (prof, jouranlism) ; Olympic Club (San
Francicso) .
Religion: Episcopal.
Recreations: Outdoor sports.
Bus. Address: 814 Mission St., San Francisco,

Home Address: 50 (5oleta Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif., and R.F.D., Guerneville, Calif.

CLARY. William W„ A.B., M.A.
Lawyer, Member of firm of O'Melveny &


Born: Northfield (Minn.), Oct. 15, 1888; s.

of Anna (Lathrop) and Smith Burton Clary.

Education: High sch., Fargo (N.D.); Pomona

Coll., Claermont (Calif.).

Degrees: A.B., 1911, M.A., 1917, Pomona


A. and

Married: Elizabeth A., d. of Mary
Calvin H. Foss, in Los Angeles
1914; ch.: William W., Jr., Everett
and Mary Virginia.
Prof. Record: Admitted to practice
Los Angeles (Calif.), July, 1912;
Pub. Defender, Los Angeles Co.,
Deputy Co. Counsel, 1918-20; Spec.
Los Angeles Co. Flood Control Dist.,
Asst. Atty., Calif. R. R. Commn.,

of law.

Mem., O'Melveny & Myers, 1925 — . Mem.,

L. A. Bar Assn., State Bar of Calif., Amer.

Bar Assn.

Directorships: Pres., Friends of Huntington

Libr.; Mem., Bd. of Fellows, Claremont Colls.

Memberships: California, Sunset, and Zamo-

rano clubs.

Pontics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Title Insurance Bldg., 433 So.

Spring St., Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 226 So. Reeves Dr., Beverly

Hills, Calif.

CLAWSON. Watson Swarty

Publisher, The Exeter Sun.

Born: Plainsville (Pa.), Dec. 24, 1890; s. of

Mildred (Moor head) and Adam Clawson.

Education: Plainsville and New Kensington


Married: Lefa Ray, d. of Gene (Pogue) and
Samuel A. Crookshanks, in Exeter (Calif.).
May 17, 1913; ch.: Samuel R., James M.,
Nancy Eugenia, and Phillip W.
Bus. Record: Engaged in commercial print-
ing, Exeter (Calif.), 1912-15; Publisher, Ex-
eter Sun, Aug. 15, 1915 — .
Directorships: Exeter Masonic Temple Assn.,
Exeter Chamber of Commerce; 24th Dist.
Agr. Assn. (Tulare), Kings Co. Fair Assn.
Memberships: Exeter Kiwanis, Exeter Lodge
No. 424 Masons, Modern Woodmen of Amer.
Religion : Protestant - Presbyterian.
Recreations: Hunting, fishing and baseball.
Bus. Address: 120 No. E St., Exeter, Calif.
Home Address: 216 So. C St., Exeter, Calif.*

CLAY, The Reverend Russell Emerson,
A.B., B.D., D.D.

Minister, Vermont Square Methodist Church.
Born: Quincy (Ohio), s. of Sarah Jane (New-
man) and Simon Peter Clay.
Education: Elem. and high school in Ohio;
undegraduate work. Coll. of Puget Sound,
Tacoma (Wash.); graduate work, Garrett
Biblical Inst.; Northwestern Univ.; Univ. of
So. Calif.

Degrees: A.B., Coll. of Puget Sound, 1922;
B.D., 1924, and D.D., 1939, Garrett Biblical

Married: Dorothea Mae, d. of S. A. Pool, in
Quincy (Ohio), July 18, 1925; ch.: Mary Jane
(b. 1927), and Elizabeth Ann (b. 1940).
Prof. Record: Minister, First Methodist
Church, Tempe (Ariz.), 1924-27, Florence
Avenue Methodist Church (Los Angeles),
1927-32, First Methodist Church, Gardena
(Calif.), 1932-36, Vermont Square Methodist
Church (Los Angeles), 1936—.
Memberships: Alpha Kappa Delta, Pi Kappa
Delta (both hon. scholastic frats.).
Religion: Methodist.
Recreations: GoU.

Bus. Address: 4410 Budlong Ave., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Home Address: 1158 W. Vernon Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

CLAYSON, Walter Scott, LL.B.

City Attorney of Corona.

Born: Redwood Falls (Minn.), Jan. 25, 1887;
s. of Charlotte P. (Horton) and Walter S.
Clayson, Sr.



Education: Pub. schs. (Minn, and Calif.);

Univ. of So. Calif.

Degrees: LL.B., U. of So. Calif., 1908.

Married: Nell B. Ratllff, In 1914; ch.: Stuart.

and Barbara.

Prof. Record: Gen. practice of law In Corona

(Calif.) since 1910; City Attorney of Corona

since 1922.

Memberships: Rotary, Mason.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: First National Bank Bldg.,

Corona, Calif.

Home Addre.ts: 117 E. Kendall St., Corona

Calif. •

CLE;*RWATER, Clifford D.

Publisher, The Palisadian.
Born: Walden (N.Y.), Nov. 5, 1896; s. of
Hattie (Hall) and Ernest Tovvnsen.i Clear-

Education: Pasadena High Sch.; Los Angeles
Jr. Coll.

Married: Zola Laurel, d. of Annie (Rey-
nolds) and George J. Britsch, in Pasadena
(Calif.), Jan. 16, 1922; ch.: two sons, one

Prof. Record: Commercial Photographer,
1919-20; institutional work in conjunction with
Pacific Palisades Assembly, 1922-29; Pay-
master, six yrs., during early subdivision and
development of Pacific Palisades comm. : en-
gaged in merchandising — principally coffee,
tea, extracts and related lines, 1929-34;
Publisher, The Palisadian, Pacific Palisades
(Calif.), 1934—.

Directorships: Financial Secty., Pacific Pali-
sades Comm. Church, 1923 — .
Army Service: Enlisted in May, 1917;; served
in Sections 564 and 565, U. S. Army Ambu-
lance Service; overseas in Italy (Battle of
Vittorio-Veneto and defensive sector) ; dis-
charged May, 1919.

Awards: Italian "Croce di Guerra" (war

Memberships: Palisades Post 263, Amer. Le-
gion (first Commander and Pres. Historian);
Calif. Newspaper Publishers Assn., Nat. Edi-
torial Assn., Assn. Dist. Newspapers of Los
Angeles; U. S. A. Ambulance Service Assn.
Religion : Methodist.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Gardening, camping, fishing,
sketching, and photography.
Bus. Address: 15309 Antioch St., Pacific
Palisades, Calif.

Home Address: 753 Via de la Paz, Pacific
Palisades, Calif. *

CLEARY. Leslie Alan. A.B., J.D.

District Attorney, Stanislaus County.

Born: Coalinga (Calif.), Sept. 13, 1895; s.

of Mary Eliza (Cooper) and Frank Cleary.

Education: Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., 1918, J.D., 1922, Univ. of


Married: Margie W. CHiristie, d. of Clara L.
Lozaw, in Virginia City (Nev.), Mar. 17,

Prof. Record: Private practice of law in San
Francisco, 1922; same in Visalia (Calif.),
1923-32; Chief Deputy Dist. Atty., Tulare
Co., 1924-32; private practice, Modesto (Ca-

lif), 1933-34; Dist. Atty., Stalnslauu Co.,

l9.^5— .

Directorships: Secty. and DIr., KTRB Broad-
casting Co., Inc.

Army Service: 2nd Lieut., Aviation Corps,
Work! War I, 8th Aero .Squadron; served In
this country and at the front In France.
Memberships: Native Sons, Eagles, Elks; Phi
Delta Phi (legal frat.).
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing, and gardening.
Bus. Address: Court House, Modesto, Calif.
Home Address: 1525 Wright St., Modesto,
Calif. *

CLELAND, Lieut. Colonel Chaplain
Gail. U.S. Army Reserve, A.B. Ph.D.

Pastor, First Congregational Church of

Born: Lakeview (Ore.), May 1, 1888; s. of
Mary J. (Hunter) and William J. Cleland.
Education: Spokane High Sch.; Univ. of
Calif. ; Boston Univ. ; Harvard Univ.
Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1909; Ph.D.,
Boston U., 1924.

Married: Gladys M., d. of Edward P. Moore,
in Berkeley (Calif.), July 18, 1911; ch.:
Rev. Robert, Morris, and Julian Marian.
Prof. Record: Served as Instr., St. Matthew's
Military Sch., Burlingame (Calif.); Prof, of
Eng. Lang, and Lit., Tohoku Imperial Univ.
(Japan), 1911-14; Univ. Pastor, Methodist
Episcopal Church, Berkeley (Calif.), 1915-17;
Army YMCA Secty. and Chaplain of U.S.
Armv, 1917-19; Pastor, Congregational
Church, Littleton (Mass.), 1919-21, Cong.
Church, Concord (Mass.), 1921-28. First Cong.
Church, Alameda (Calif.), 1928-40.
Directorships: Director of Goodwill Industries,
Oakland (Calif.); Chmn., Alameda Chapter,
Amer. Red Cross.

Publications: Friendly Am,erica, published in
Japan. 1912; numerous articles in popular

Army Service: Lt. Col., Chaplain. U. S.
Army, Res.

Decorations: Decorated with Order of the
Sacred Treasure by the Emperor of Japan
in 1915.

Memberships: Charter Mem.. Alpha Kappa
Lambda Frat., Univ. of Calif.; Corinthian
Lodge, F.& A.M., Concord (Mass.); Sir Gala-
had Commandery, K.T., Waltham (Mass.);
Alameda Commandery, K.T. : Amer. Legion,
Kiwanis Club.
Religion: Congregational.

Bus. Address: First Congregational CZhurch,
Alameda, Calif.

Home Address: 2000 Santa Clara Ave., Ala-
meda, Calif.

CLELAND, Dean Robert Glass. A.B.,
Ph.D., LL.D.

Historian; Vice-Pres., and Dean of Faculty,
Occidental College.

Born: Shelbyville (Ky.), Feb. 19, 1885; s. of
Sallie Steele (Glass) and Robert Wickliffe

Education: Occidental Coll.; Princeton Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Occidental Coll., 1907; A.B.,
1909, Ph.D., 1912, Princeton U., LL.D., Coe
Coll., 1941.
Married: Muriel Guy, d. of George R. Stew-



art, In Berkeley (Calif.), June 17, 1913; ch.:
Robert Stewart, and George Horace.
Prof. Record: Occidental Coll., since 1912,
Head of Dept. of Hist., Vice-Pres. and Dean
of the Faculty; Pres., Pacific Coast Branch
of the Amer. Hist. Assn., 1924-25.
Publications: Mexican Year Book, 1920-21;
History of California, the American Period,
1922; One Hundred Years of the Monroe
Doctrine, 1923; California Pathfinders, 1928;
The Cattle on a Thousand Hills: Southern
California, 1S50-1870, 1941.
Membershijjs : Amer. Hist. Assn., So. Calif.
Hist. Soc. ; Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Kappa Al-
pha, Phi Gamma Delta; Sunset and Zamorano

Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Trout fishing, and golf.
Bus. Address: Occidental Coll., 1600 Campus
Rd., Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 1852 Campus Rd., Los Ange-
les, Calif. •


Opera Singer, Vocal Teacher.
Born: Bickern, Westfalen (Ger.), July 29,
1885; s. of Elizabeth (Schornagel) and August

Education; Cologne, Rhineland (Ger.), in the
High School for Music.

Married: Cornelia Maria, d. of Elisabeth (de
Witt) and Francois Anton Meijer, M.D., In
Berlin (Ger.), Aug. 28, 1930.
Prof. Record: Had his first church position
as a soloist, when he was eight yrs. old, and
his church-work continued, until his 21st yr.,
when he was engaged to sing tenor roles at
the Cologne Opera; his father forbade him to
become a singer, so he became an Architect
first (interior decorator) ; was Mgr. of a
furniture factory at age of 19, then followed
Berlin, Vienna, and the Royal Opera, Covent
Garden in London; was the first German
Tenor to ever sing leading tenor roles in the
Italian language at Covent Garden; Barce-
lona (Spain) wanted him and performances
followed in the famous Teatro Liceo Opera;
sang in the meantime concerts, oratorio, and
light opera all over Europe; one season
Gatti-Casazza, Gen. Dir. of the Metropoli-
tan, paid a visit to Milano (Italy), and heard
him sing A7idrea Chenier and he received
a contract; made his debut in the Flying
Dutchman and was an immediate success;
the great master, Arturo Toscanini asked
him to sing Parsifal with the N. Y. Philhar-
monic Orchestra; has appeared with the San
Francisco Opera during the past six seasons;
has sung with the Pasadena Festival Assn.
and in the Hollywood Bowl; eight seasons,
Metropolitan Opera (N.Y.); seven seasons,
Covent Garden Opera (London) ; and six sea-
sons, San Francisco Opera Co; now has a
Voice Studio in Hollywood (Calif.).
Religion: Catholic.

Recerations: Painting, gardening, and wood-

Bus. and Hom.e Address: 1116 Cory Ave.,
Hollywood, Calif. *

Clemens. Mildred Leo, A.B., Ph.D.,

Lecturer, Writer, Public Relationist.
Born: New Haven (Conn.): d. of Leonora
(Hadley) and Frederick Arthur Clemens.
Education: Grade and high schools (Ore.);

Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley), 1915; summer
studies, Univ. of Wis. ; Bronson School of
Secretarial Studies, Portland (Ore.); special
studies, the Theodora Ursula Irvine School of
the Theatre, Chalif's School of the Dance,
and American Academy of Dramatic Art
(New York City).

Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1914; Ph.D.
(hon.), Oskaloosa Coll. (Iowa), 1922; F.R.
G.S. (London, England), 1921.

Married: J. Volney Lewis, Muir Woods, Ma-
rin Co. (Calif.), June 29, 1938.

Prof Record: Lectured in leading theatres
throughout the U. S., Canada, Newfoundland,
England, Scotland, Australia, Now Zealand,
and Hawaii (1916-36) ; featured Lecturer on
the largest Chautauqua circuits of the U. S.
and Can. (1917-26) ; as a Journalist served
on various Pacific Coast newspapers and has
written for the press In many parts of the
world ; contributed to magazines and news-
papers in many countries; gained considerable
recognition as a Photographer and Artist, as
well as having produced her own Scenic, Il-
lustrated, Musical, Travelogue Productions
and various other shows; was officially ap-
pointed to represent the city and county of
San Francisco at "A Century of Progress"
International Exposition (Chicago), (1933);
National Speaker, Republican National Com.,
Chicago (1936) ; Delegate to the first Inter-
American Travel Congress, convened at San
Francisco's Golden Gate International Expo-
sition (1939) ; active in public relations, con-
servation projects, writing, lecturing, war
work, etc. (1940).

Memberships: Cousin of Mark Twain (Samuel
Langhorne Clemens) ; D.A.R. : Daughters of
Hawaii (hon.); Prytanean (Women's Honor
Soc. of U. of Calif.); Fellow, Royal Geo-
graphical Society of London (Eng ) ; National
Geographical Soc. (Washington, D.C.); Inter-
national Lyceum and Chautauqua Assn. ; Assn.
of Collegiate Alumse; Amer. Assn. of Univ.
Women; Federation of Women's Clubs of
Amer.; Hawaii Volcano Research Assn.; San
Francisco Nat. League for Women's Service,
Inc.; Women's City Club (San Francisco);
Nat. Vaudeville Artists, Inc. (N Y.C.); Amer.
Women's Assn. (N.Y.C.); Honolulu Ad Club
(hon.) (Hawaii); Shasta-Cascade Wonderland
Assn. (hon.) (Redding, Calif.); Chambers of
Commerce (hon.) (Spokane, Wash., and Red
Bluff, Calif.); Blackfeet Indian Tribe (Mont.)
(Inducted into tribe as Princess O-ne-stucks-
as-ke) ; Pro America (San Francisco Chapt.);
U. of Calif. Alumni Assn. (Berkeley, Calif.);
Press Dept., Golden Gate Internat Expn.;
Speaker's Bureau, Republican National Com.
(U. S. of America).

War Work: National League for Women's
Service (1917) ; lectured and entertained at
numerous military posts in United States
during World War I.

Publications: Numerous periodical articles;
two books, soon to be announced, in prepa-

Religion: Christian Science.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Travel, study, photography, mo-
toring, camping, horseback riding, and all
outdoor activities.

Bus. Address: Merchants Exchange Bldg., San
Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1159 Green St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif. •





Born: Dixon SprlriRS (III.), Aug. 27. 1903;
s. of Delia (Cletohcr) and J. D. Clemens.
Education: So. III. Normal Univ.; Chicago
Kent Coll. of Law.

Degrees: LL.D., Chicago Kent Coll. of Law,

Married: Grace (deceased Aug. 17, 1940), d.
of Jeanette B. and Walter I. Kirk, in Chi-
cago (111.), Sept. 29, 1928: ch.: John and
David (twins), and Wayne Kirk.
Prof. Record: Asst. Attv. Gen., State of 111.,
1926-28: Asst. Secty. of State of III., 1930-
32; Atty., Legislative Com., Chamber of Com.
merce of Kansas City (Mo.), 1938; assisted
in f'rafting the securities act of III.: Atty.
and Secty., Chicago Security Dealers Assn.,

Memberships: Masons: Phi Alpha Delta.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: 4031 (Goodwin Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 1461 Dorothy Dr., Glendale,
Calif., and 4518 No. Winchester Ave., Chi-
cago, 111.

CLEMENT, (Miss) Ada

Pianist, Teacher.

Co-Director, San Francisco Conservatory of


Born: San Francisco (Calif.), 1878: d. of

Mary Ann (Hull) and Henry Newell Clement.

Educatioti: Denman Grammar and Lowell

High School (S.F.) : studied piano with: Oscar

Weil, Joseph Lhevinne, Leopold Godowsky,

Harold Bauer: harmony, counterpoint with:

Wallace Sabin. Arthur Lewis, Lillian Hodg-

head, Ernest Bloch.

Prof. Record: Co-Founder of San Francisco

Conservatory of Music, in 1917; since 1917,

Co-Dir., S. F. Consv. and Head, Piano Dept.

Memberships; Musicians' Union and S. F.

Music Teachers' Assn.

Recreations: Walking and camping.

Bus. Address: 3435 Sacramento St., San

Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 110 Magee Ave., Mill Valley,



Born: Omaha (Neb.), Feb. 25, 1894; s. of
Ada (von Swanback) and William Clements.
Education: Univ of Wash.; Carnegie Inst, of
Technology; Harvard Univ.

Degrees: A.B., U. of Wash., 1917.
Married: Florence Rverson, d. of Charles
Dwight Willard. Beverly Hills (Calif.), 1927;
ch.: Hal Ryerson (adopted).
Publication: (All in collaboration with Flor-
ence Ryerson) : Shadotos. Fear of Fear, The
Borgia Blade, Diana Laughs, June Mad,
Through the Night (produced in London) :
1940: Glamour Preferred (produced by Brock
Pemberton in New York), 1940; Ever Since
Eve, 1941.

Army Service: U.S.A.; was in the siege of
Urfa in Northern Mesopotamia.
Awards: Received Near East medal.

Home Address: Shadow Ranch, Canoga Park,

CLEMENTS, Edith Schwartz, A.B., Ph.D, Illuslr.itor, Author.
Born: Alh.iny fN Y); (I. of P^mma G.
(YounKi and (ionrni' .Schwartz.
Education : Univ. of Neb.
Degrees: A.B., 1898, Ph.D., 1W6, U. of Neb.
Married: Frederic E. Celments, of Lincoln
(Neb ), 1899.

Prof. Record: Fellow In German, U. of Neb..
1898-1901; A.sst. In Botany, same, 1903-07;
Instr.. Botany, U. of Minn., 1909-13; Inves-
tigator and Illustrator, Carnegie Inst., Wash.,
since 1918; Illustrator: Experimental Polli-
nation, 1923; Genera of Fungi, 1931.
Publications: Author: Relation of Leaf Struc-
ture to Physical Factors, 1905; Rocky Moun-
tain Flowers (with husband), 1918-19; Flow-
ers of Mountain and Plain, 1913-19; (mono-
graph) Herbaria Er.ndium Calif orniae, 1914;
(booklet) Wildflowers of the West. 1927;
Flower Families and Ancestors (with hus-
band), 1928; Flowers of Coast and Sierra,
1929; Flower Pageant of the Midwest, 1939.
Memberships: Ecol. Soc. Amer.; Sigma XI,
Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Alpha Theta.
Home Address: Mission Canyon, Santa Bar-
bara, Calif. *

CLEMENTS, Frederic Edward, B.Sc,
M.A., Ph.D.

Born: Lincoln (Neb.), Sept. 16, 1874; s. of
Mary (Scoggin) and Ephraim G. Clements.
Education: Univ. of Neb.

Degrees: B.Sc, 1894, M.A., 1896, Ph.D., 1898,
U. Of Neb

Married: Edith Schwartz, of Lincoln (Neb),
May 30, 1899.

Prof. Record: Instr. and Asso. Prof., Botany,
1894-1906, Prof., Plant Physiology, 1906-07,
U. of Neb.; Prof, and Head of Dept. of
Botany, U. of Minn., 1907-17; Assoc, m Chg.

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