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Directorships: Nat. Baroadcasting Co.; Los
AnRclcs Cham, of Comm. ; All-Year Club of
Southern Calif.

Army Service: Commissioned First Lieut.,
U. S. Army R. C. Dec. 1918; advanced to
Capt., 1923; resigned Dec. 1928.
Membersips: Bohemian (San Fr.mclsco),
Commercial (S.F.), Authors (Hollywood),
Ma.squers (Hollywood), and Los Angeles Coun-
try clubs.

Religion : Protestant.

Poltics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf, motoring, swimming, and
playing the piano.

Bus. Address: Sunset and Vine, Hollywood,

Home Address: 858 So. Hobart Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif. •

GILMAN. Herbert S. (dec. Apr. 21,

General Manager, San Dimas Water Com-

Born: Rochester (Minn.t, Sept. 17, 1883; s. of
Anna (Morris) and NatTianiel F. Gilman.
Educnfinn: Rochester (Minn.) High Sch.;
U. of Minn.

Married: Jeannette, d. of J. A. Cole, in
Pasadena (Calif.), June 30, 1909; ch. : Her-
bert S., Jr.; Anne (Mrs. J. O. Tillman);
Jean (Mrs. R. E. Ulery) ; John C.
Prof. Record: Qualified as Civil Engineer un-
der Calif. Register; engaged in water works
construction (Minn.), 1907-11; citrus culture
in Calif., 1911-35; Pres., San Dimas Water
Co., 1916-17; Gen. Mgr. San Dimas Water
Co., Jones Yorba Mutual Water Co., and
San Dimas-Charter Oak Domestic Water
Co., 1917-40; Cons. Engr. on So. Calif.
Water Problems — Mem. of Calif. State Bd.
of Forestry, 1926-38; Dir. of Conservation
Assn. of Los Angeles Co. since 1925 (Pres.,
past three yrs.); Dir., San Dimas Orange
Growers Assn. for 12 yrs. (Pres. for two

Publications: Various papers on conservation,
development, use and quality of water in So.


Awards: James McLaughlin Bissel Medal for

work in Forestry; honorary election to Soc.

of Amer. Foresters.

Memberships : Mason.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Republican.

Recreation: Fishing.

Bits. Address: 111 Exchange PI., San Dimas,


Home Address: 215 E. Bonita Ave., San
Dimas, Calif. •



Born: Binghamton (New York), d. of Mar-
garet Claudia (Quinn) and James M. Mac-
Indoe (both of Charleston, S.C.)
Eduaction: Ashley Hall (boarding sch. for
girls), Charleston (S.C); Lady Jane Grey's
Sch. for Girls (New York) ; grad., Bingham-
ton High Sch. Univ. of So. Calif. (Los

Married: George Davidson, s. of Luke Henry
Gilmore, in Denison (Texas), 1883; ch. :
Mrs. Alister McAllister Browne.

Prof. Record: Writer of many editorials, fea-
tures, short stories; studied palntlng-sketch-
Inj; In water rolf)rs, oils, under noted masters;
tiuallfiod organizer of notable achievements;
Founder of Calif. Women of (lolden West;
Gilmore Los Angeles F:vonlng Salon; Chair-
man, '1th Dist. Auxiliary L. A. Chamber of
Commerce and Chairman, Women Com. Wll-
shiro Ciiam. of Cr)mm, ; devotes time to home-
decoration creative endeavor and writing.
Memberships: Calif. Women Golden West, Los
Angeles Presidents' Civic Club, .So. Calif.
Women's Press Club; Wilshire Chamber of
Commerce, Amer. Women, Inc. Matinee Mu-
sic, Women's Breakfast, and Pacific Geo-
graphical clubs; Nat. Constitutional Organ-

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Democrat (Jeffersonian).

Recreations: Painting and sketching.

Ho7ne Address: 432 So. Hobart Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

GILMORE. Professor John Washington.

B.S.A., M.S.A., F.A.A.A.S.
Professor of Agronomy, Univ. of Calif.
Born: Near Batesville (White Co. Ark.), May
9, 1872; s. of Emily Frances (Landrum) and
Tomas Griffin Gilmore.

Education: Public schools, Ft. Worth (Tex.);
Cornell Univ., Ithaca (N.Y.)
Degrees: B.S.A., 1898, M.S. A., 1905; Cornell
U.; F.A.A.A.S., 1910.

Married: Rose. d. of John Endicott Gardner,
in Berkeley (Calif.), Jan. 4, 1932; ch.; John
Landrum, Raymond Maurice, Harrold Vetter,
Betty Marx, and Susan Marx.
Prof. Record: Organizer of Agr. Schools
(under direction of Chang Chih-tung, Viceroy
of Liang Hu Provines), Wuchang (China),
May, 1898 to April, 1900; Advisor to Com-
missioner 01 Horticulture of India, and later
Teacher of students in agr. sent from India
to U.S., May 1900 to Aug., 1900; Teacher of
Sci. and Nature-Study in Honolulu Normal
and Training Sch., Honolulu (T.H.), Sept.,
1900 to Aug., 1901; Organizer of Agr.
Schools, Bureau of Edn. of Philippine Islands,
Manila (P.I.), Sept. 1901 to Aug. 1902; Fiber
Expert, Dept. of Agr., Philippine Islands,
Manila, (P.I.), Sept. 1902 to Oct. 1903;
Asst. Prof, of Agronomy, Cornell U., Ithaca
(N.Y.), Nov. 1903 to June 1907; Prof, of
Agronomy, Pa. State College, July 1907 to
Aug. 1908; Organizer and Pres. of Coll. of
Hawaii (later the U. of Hawaii) (Honolulu),
Sept., 1908 to June, 1913; Prof of Agrnomv
and Agronomist in Experiment Sta., U. of
Calif., Berkeley (Calif.), July 1913—. Serv-
ices on leave: Advisor to Secy, of Agr., Re-
public of Chile, (Santiago) nine mos., 1921;
Advisor to Secy, of Agr., Dominican Repub-
lic, Santo Domingo (R.P.), six mos., 1925;
Advisor to Secy, of Edn., U.S. of Mex. (D.F.),
three mos., 1930; Advisor to Ministry of
Comm. and Foreign Relations, Republic of
Chile, Santiago (Chile), six mos., 1936.
Publications: Numerous reports and papers
on agricultural subjects such as: "Root
Crops for Stock Feeding"; "Wheat, Bean and
Potato Culture" ; "Field-Crop Experiments in

Awards: Gold Medal, Louisiana Purchase
Exposition, St. Louis, 1904; Jury of Awards,
(recipient of Medal and Diploma for Dis-
tinguished Services), Panama-Pacific Inter-
nat. Exposition, San Francisco (Calif.), 1915.
Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Assn. for Ad-



vancement of Science, Amer. Genetics Assn.

(Life Mem.). Amer. Soc. of Agronomy:

Sigma Xi( nat. honor soc. for sci.), Alpha

Zeta (nat. honor soc. for agr.), Pi Gamma

Mu (nat. hon. soc. for soc. sci.); Hon.

Mem., La Sociadad Agronomico Mexicana

(recipient of Diploma for Servicios Meritori-

os), 1930; Honorary Mem., Facultad de

Agronomia v Veterinaria de la Universidad

de Chile (recipient of Diploma), Santiago,


Religion : Protestant.

Pontics.- Republican.

Bus. Address: College of Agriculture, Davis,


Home Address: 201 Rice Lane, Davis, Calif.

GIMPEL, Bronlslaw


Concertmaster, Los Angeles Philharmonic Or-

Born: Lwow (Poland), Jan .29, 1911; s. of
Dora (Lau) and Adolf Gimpel.
Education: Conservatory in Lwow (Poland),
Vienna and Hochschule in Berlin (Germany).
Prof. Record: Concerts in Ger., Italy, Au-
stria, Poland, Sweden, So. Amer., U.S.;
Concertmaster, Los Angeles Philharmonic
Orchestra; Conductor, Hollywood Youth Sym-
phony Orchestra.
Religion: Jewish.

Recreations: Swimming, horseback riding,
and flying (pilot).

Home Address: 1636 No. Martel Ave., Holly-
wood, Calif. *

GINSBURG. Hyman Milton. M.D.,


Physician, Surgeon.

Medical Director and Superintendent, Fresno
General Hospital.

Born: New York City, June 4, 1905; s. of
Mollie and Louis Ginsburg.
Education: Elem. and high schools, Denver
(Colo.); pre-medical education, Univ. of Col.

Degrees: M.D., U. of Colo. Med. Sch. (Den-
ver), 1928; F.A.C.S.

Married: Clara, d. of Sol Feldesman, in
Denver (Colo.), Mar., 1928; ch. ; Brian Jay
and Betty Lee.

Prof. Record: /nterne, Fresno (Calif.) (Jen.
Hosp., 1928-29; private practice, Denver

(Colo.), July, 1929 to Apr., 1930; Surgical

Resident, Fresno Gen. Hosp., 1930; Med. Dir.

and Supt. of Fresno (^n. Hosp., 1931 — .

Publications: Numerous Med. publications

such as ones on; "Thallium Poisoning" and

"Black Widow Spider Bite."

Army Service: Mem., Calif. Nat. Guard for

five yrs.

Memberships: Lions, Masonic Bodies, Shrine;

Bnai Brith; Amer. Hosp. Assn., Amer. Coll.

of Surgeons, Amer. Med. Assn., Calif, and

Fresno Medical Socs.

Religion: Hebrew.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations : Sports and traveling.

Bus. Address: Fresno General Hospital, Fres-
no, Calif.

GIRDNER. (Miss) Margaret Virinda,


Supervisor, Bur. of Te.xts and Libraries, San
Francisco Public Schools.

Born: Sutter Co. (Calif.), Feb. 10, 1893; d.
of Josephine L. (Epperson) and Henry Tutt

Education: Sacramento High Sch., 1907-11;
Stanford Univ., 1911-1916; Calif. State Libr.
Sch., 1916-17.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1915.
Prof. Record: Asst., Hist. Dept., Stanford U.,
1915-16; Asst., Siskiyou Co. Free Libr.,
Yreka (Calif.), July-Dec, 1917; Loan Desk
Asst., Calif. State Libr.. Jan. -Sept., 1918;
Asst., Palo Alto (Calif.) Pub. Libr., 1918-19;
Librn., Union High Sch. (Palo Alto), 1919-
25, Pasadena (Calif.) Jr. Coll., 1925-26,
High Sch. of Comm. (San Francisco), 1926- J7,
Galileo High Sch., 1927-38; Supv., Bur. of
Texts and Libraries, San Francisco Pub. Schs.,
since 1939; Instr. in Librarianship, Calif. State
Teachers Coll., San Jose (Calif.), Summers,
1928-32; Instr. in Eng., Summers, 1937-40, m
Extn. Dept., 1931-32, 1941.
Memberships: Bus. and Prof. Women's Club,
Amer. Libr. Assn.; Alpha Phi, Phi Beta Kap-

Religion: Episcopal.

Bits. Address: Board of Education, 93 Grove
St., San Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1360 Lombard St., San Fran-
cisco. Calif.
GIST. Arthur Stanley. B.Di., M.A.
President. Humboldt State College.
Born: Marion (Iowa). Jan. 19, 1883; s.ot
Lillian (Hurlburt) and William Wesley Gist.
Education: Iowa State Teachers Coll.; Univ.
of Washington; Columbia Univ.; U. of CalU.
Degrees: B.Di.. Iowa State Teachers Coll.,
1904; M.A., U. of Wash.. 1918.
Married: Ruth Palmer, d. of Harriet Palmer
Dundas, in Oakland (Cahf.), June 2, 1928,
ch. : Ruth Lillian.

Prof. Record: Began as a rural teacher; later
elem. sch. Prin. San Francisco State Coll.;
Lecturer in Summer Sessions, U. of Wash^ U.
of Utah, U. of Calif., George Peabody Coll.
for Teachers, U. of So. Calif . U. of Texas,
and Syracuse U; now Pres., Humboldt State

Publications: Author: Elementary School Su-
pervision, 1926; The Administration of an ele-
mentary School, 1928; Clarifying the Teach-
er's Problems, 1932; Administration of Su-
pervision, 1934; Co- Author: The Teaching and
Supervision of Reading (with W. A. King),
1927- Uew Stories From Eskimo Land (with
A. H. Eide and R. P. Gist). 1930.
Memberships: Rotary (Areata, Calif.), Mas-

Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golt and fishing.
Bus. Address: Humboldt State Coll.. Areata,
Home Address: Preston PI.. Areata, Calif.

GITTINGER. James Price. A.B., Ed.M.

Associate in English and Supervisor of Mu-
sic Activities, Univ. of Calif.. Coll. of Agri-

Born: Norman (Okla.), Feb. 26, 1906; s. of
Franc (Price) and Roy Gittinger.



Educulion: I'uhllc schools, Normnn (Okla.),
grud. Univ. of Okln., 1927; posl-Rraclunte
work Hi Univ. of Calif.. Univ. of Okla.
Dcfin-rs: A.B., 1927, Rd.M.; Hl.'lG, U. of Okla.
Mitvricd: Scealta Lowell, d. of Anna CScxon)
and Frank Foster. In Woodward ((Jkla.),
1!)27; eh.: James Pierce II, and Frances

Prof. Record: Head of Enc Dcpt. and DIr.
of Music, Artcsla (N.M.i IliKh Sch., 1927-28;
Teaching Fellow In Subject A, XL of Calif.,
1928-29; Asso, In Eng. and Supv. of Mus. Ac-
tlvlHes, U. of Calif., Coll. of Agrl. (Davis),
since 1929

Memberships: Commonwealth and Faculty
(Davis) Clubs; Kappa Sigma (social); Phi
Beta Kappa, Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Delta Kappa
(all Hon.)

Religion: Presbyterian (Mem., Davis Com-
munity Church.)
PoHtics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Davis,
Home Address: 23 Oak Ave., Davis, Calif.

GLASSCOCK, Carl Burgess

Newspaperman, Author.

Born: Ferndale (Calif.), May 4, 1884; s. of
Sarah M. (DeLany) and Aldea A. Glass-
cock, M.D.

Education: Univ. of Calif.

Married: Marion, d. of J. S. Tannahill, in
Louisville (Ky.), Mar. 2, 1917.
Prof. Record: Has had 22 yrs. newspaper
experience "rom San Francisco to New York.
Publications: Bandits and the Southern Pa-
cific; The Big Bonaza; Gold in Them Hills;
Lucky Baldwin, The Treasure of Drowning
River; The War of the Copper Kings; a
Golden Highway; The Gasoline Age; Then
Came Oil; Here's Death Valley.
Army Record: Volunteer Private, 20th Co.,
Politics: Republican.
Recreation: Travel.

Home Address: 705 Temple Hills Dr., La-
guna Beach, Calif.

GLAZER, Benjamin

Motion Picture Writer and Producer.
Born: Belfast (Ireland), May 7, 1887; s. of
Riva (Miller) and Robert Glazer.
Education: Central High Sch., Philadelphia,

Married: Sharon, d. of Etta and Thomas
David Lindsey, in Yuma (Ariz.), Jan. 16,

Prof. Record: Admitted to bar, Philadelphia
(Pa.), 1906; on editorial staff, Philadelphia
Press, 1916-17; is now a motion picture Writer
and Producer; his plays an adaptations are:
The Master, The Children's Tragedy, Mont-
marte, Liliom, The Swan, Fashions for Men,
Summer Night, and The Fifth Column; his
original stories for the screen are : Mata
Hart, Strange Cargo, Sinners in Silk, Hap-
piness Ahead, No Man of Her Own, A Bed-
time Story, We're Not Dressing, The Way to
Love, Josephine, and Arise My Love; his
screen plays are : The Merry Widow, The
Great Divide, Fine Clothes, Sinners in Silk,
Seventh Heaven, Memory Lane, You Never
Know Women, The Gay Deciever, Flesh and

the Devil, The Sky Rocket. The Great Love,
Diplomacy, Everyhody'n Acting, Wild Oatn
Lane, Service for LadieH. The Trail of 'OH,
The Barker, A Gentleman of Paris, Ilappi-
ncHH Ahead, The Street of Sin, Her/gam of
Life, The Dance of Life, Strange Cargo. The
Devil to Pay. Tollable David. Pagan Lady,
Mata Ilari, Tvio Kinds of Women, A Fare-
well to /trms. She Loves Me Not. Anything
Goes, and Tortilla Flat; has produced the
following pictures: The Phantom President.
This is the Night, The Hir) Broadcast of
19.18. The Story of Temple Drake, A Farewell
To Arms, A Bedtime Story. The Way to Love,
She Loves Me Not. We're Not Dressing. Love
in Bloom.. Enter Madame, The Big Broadcast
of 192G. Anything Goes, Paris in Spring.
Lady Be Careful, Rhythm on the Range,
Internes Can t Take Money, Exclusive,
Mountain Music, Double or Nothing, They
Made Me a Criminal, Going Places, and Yes,
My Darling Daughter.

Publications: The Master (Brown), 1918;
Liliom 1921, The Swan 1922,Fashions for
Men 1922, Husbands and Lovers 1924 (pub-
lished by Liveright).

Bus. Address: c/o Noel Singer, 6331 Holly-
wood Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. •

GLEASON, George, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Church and Community Coordinator. Los
Angeles County.

Born: Manchester (Mass.), Mar. 8, 1875; s.
of Charlotte A. (Perkins) and Reverend
CJeorge L. Gleason.

Education : High sch., Haverhill (Mass.) ; Har-
vard Univ. ; graduate work at Columbia Univ.
and Univ. of So. Calif.

Degrees: A.B., 1897, M.A., 1898, Harvard;
Ph.D., 1937, Columbia.

Married: Anne Stokes, d. of Joshua H. Mor-
ris, in Philadelphia (Pa.K July 12, 1901; ch.:
Mrs. Charlotte Gleason Vredenburgh and Mrs.
Elizabeth Gleason Wallace.
Prof. Record: Secy., Harvard Y.M.C.A.,
1897-98; Student Secv., Internal. Com.,
Y.M.C.A. 1898-1900; Y.M.C.A. Secv. (Phila-
delphia), 1900-01; Y.M.C.A. Secv, Osaka
(Japan), 1901-19; Traveling Secv.. Y.M.C.A.
(U.S. and Can.), 1919-22; Y.M.C.A. Secy.
(Los Angeles), 1922-35; graduate study,
1935-37; Church and Community Coordinator
for the Los Angeles Co. Government, 1937 — .
Publications: What Shall I Think of Japan?
(Macmillan), 1920: Church Group Activities
for Young Married People (published pri-
vately, 1937.

Memberships: Pacific Southwest Acad.; Phi
Delta Kappa; Harvard Club of Los Angeles.
Religion: Protestant (Methodist Church).
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: CJolf, movies, and reading.
Bus. Address: 139 No. Broadway, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 1962^4 No. Alexandria, Los
Angeles, Calif.

GLEASON, J. Duncan

Born: Watsonville (Calif.), Aug. 3, 1881; s.
of Eleanor (Duncan) and James Henry Glea-

Education: Art edn. at Univ. of So. Calif.;
Mark Hopkins (San Francisco) ; Art Inst,
(scholarship), (Chicago, 111.); Art Students'
League (New York) ; San Carlos Acad. (Mex-
ico City.)



Married: Dorothy, d. of Lillian and Peter
Ferguson, in Los Angeles (Calif.), 1919; ch. :
Eleanor Janet and Lillian Joy.
Prof. Record: Successful Illustrator in New
Yori< for Cosmopolitan. Ladies Home Journal,
Red Book, Leslie's Weekly, Scribner's, etc.;
marine, portrait and landscape Painter and
Etcher; noted as Historian and Technician in
matters pertaining to old sailing ship days;
Art Technician, Warner Bros, and Metro-
Gold\v\'n-Maver motion picture studios; Ex-
hibitor at Nat. Acad., Architectural League,
New York Water Color Society (all in New
York); Chicago Art Inst.; Los Angeles Art
Museum; Past Pres. .■ Painters and Sculptors
Club (Los Angeles), Santa Monica Art Assn.,
Acad, of Western Painters.
Gymnatsics: Roman Flying Rings (one
Internat. Championship, eleven times Nat.),

Directorships: Art, Chmn., Nat. Acad, of
Public Affairs; Dir., Sanity in Art.
Publications: Etched book Windjammers and
magazine articles.

Awards: Purchase Prizes at Gardena High
Sch, Hoover High Sch. in Glendale; gold
Medal at San Francisco and San Diego Fairs;
Santa Monica, 1941.
Religion : Protestant.

Recreations: Sail-boating, ship model build-
ing, and gymnastics.

Bits, and Home Address: 2411 Edgemont St.
Los Angeles, Calif.

GLEDHILL, Donald. A.B.

E.xecutive Secretary, Acad, of Motion Picture

Arts and Sciences.

Born: Colorado Springs (Colo.), July 6, 1905;

s. of Martha J. (Friels) and Arthur Gledhlll.

Education: Pub. schs. of Colorado Springs

and Denver (Colo.); Stanford Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1927.

Married: Margaret, d. of Adda (Morrie) and

Nathan Kimball Kellog Buck, in Yakima

(Wash.), June 6, 1931.

Bus. Record: Newspaper work in Denver

(Colo.) and San Francisco; City Ed., San

Jose (Calif.) Evening News, 1928; various

positions with Acad, of Motion Picture Arts

and Sciences, serving in the capacity of Exec.

Secy, since 1935.

Directorships : Mem. of Bd., Hollywood Cham.

of Comm.

Memberships: Pacific Southwest Acad., Los

Angeles Town Hall; Santa Monica Swimming

Club; F. & A. Masons; Kappa Sigma, Sigma

Delta Chi.

Bus. Address: Taft Bldg., Hollywood, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 2022 No. Argyle, HoUywood,


GLEDHILL. Margaret Buck. B.A., L.S.

Librarian, Acad, of Motion Picture Arts and


Born: Spokane (Wash.); d. of Adda (Morrie)

and Nathan Kimball Kellog Buck.

Education: Pub. schs. of Yakima (Wash.);

Univ. of Wash.

Degrees: B.A. 1927, and B.S. in Libr. Sci.

1928, U. of Wash.

Married: Donald, s. of Martha J. (Friels)

and Arthur Gledhill, in Yakima (Wash.),

June 6, 1931.

Prof. Record: Children's Librarian, Yakima
(Wash.), 1928-29; Head Librn., Pub. Libr.
of Yakima, 1929-31; Librn., Acad, of Motion
Picture Arts and Sciences since 1936.
Directorships: State Motion Picture Chmn.
and Mem. of Bd., Calif. State Div., Amer.
Assn. of Univ. Women.

Memberships: Amer. Assn. of Univ. Women,
Amer. Libr. Assn., Calif. Libr. Assn., Spl.
Libraries Assn.; Santa Monica Swimming

Religion: Episcopal.

Bus. Address: 1455 No. Gordon St., Holly-
wood, Calif.

Home Address: 2022 No. Argyle, Hollywood,

GLENDINNING, Professor Robert Mor-
ton, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor in Geography, Univ. of
Calif., Los Angeles.

Born: Butte (Mont.), Apr. 14, 1905; s. of
Bessie Morton (Billings) and Lyle Robert

Education: Univ. of Mich.

Degrees: A.B. 1927, M.A. 1930, Ph.D. 1933,
U. of Mich.

Married: Veda M., d. of Norman Blakeman,
in Marquette (Mich.), June 14, 1929.
Prof. Record: Township School Supt., Au
Train Twp., Alger Co. (Mich.), 1925-26;
Instr. and Supervisor in (Geography, Menom-
inee High Schl (Mich), 1927-29; Instr. in
Oog., U. of Mich., 1929-34; Asst. Chief, Isle
Royale Survey (Mich.), 1930; Asso. Geog.,
Tennessee Valley Authority, 1934-36; Asst.
Prof, in (5eog., U. of Calif., Los Angeles,

Publications: Number of geog. articles ap-
pearing from 1930 to the present in such pro-
fessional publications as; Economic Geog-
raphy, Geographical Review, Geographical
Journa.1 of the Royal Society, Michigan Papers
in Geography (most of these deal with land
use or regional studies).

Memberships: Assn. of Amer. Geographers,
Amer. Geog. Soc, Amer. Assn. Adv. of Sci.,
Mich. Acad, of Sci., Arts, Letters, Amer.
Assn. of Univ. Professors; Sigma Xi, Phi
Kappa Phi, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Pi Gamma

Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing, bowling, and hiking.
Bus. Address: Department of Geography,
Univ. of California, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 1969 So. Beverly Glen, Los
Angeles, Calif.

GLENN, Malcolm C.

Judge, Superior Court.

Born: Stockton (Calif.), Apr. 11, 1876; s. of
Indiana (Cadien) and Malcolm McKenzie

Education: Public ■ schools of Calif.
Married: Olive L., d. of Isabella and J. O.
Wilder, in Sacramento (Calif.), Feb. 1, 1900;
ch. .■ Everett M., and C. Raymond.
Memberships: Mason, Benevolent & Protec-
tive Order Elks, Native Sons of Golden West.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Court House, Sacramento,
Home Address: 700— 21st., Sacsramento, Calif.



Husincss Address: 139 No. Broadway, Los
Angeles, CiUlf.

Ilotnc Address: 19621/; No. Alexandria, Lo.s

AiiKolos, Culif. •

GOETZ, Professor Alexander. Ph.D.,

A.S.SO. Prof, of Physics, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
and Dir. of Research, Hare Metals Inst.
Born: Wiesbaden (Ger.), Nov. 17. 1897; s.
of Ellinor (Elbers) and Dr. Carl Goetz.
Education: Royal High Sch. and Jr. Coll.
(Gymnasium) at Wiesbaden; Universities;
Darmstadt, Freiburg, and Gottlngen.
Degrees: Ph.D., U. of Gottlngen, 1921, habili-
tation, 1923.

Married: Sylvia, d. of Samuel B. Scott, in
Philadelphia (Pa.), June 29, 1936; eh.: Alex-
ander Franklin Hermann.

Prof. Record: Research Asst., 1921-23, Privat
Dozent, 1923-29, and Prof., 1929-39 (on
leave 1930-39), Gottlngen Univ.; Rockefeller
Fellow, Calif. Inst, of Tech., 1927-29; Guest
Prof., Imperial Univ. of Japan and Tsin Hua
Univ. (China), 1929-30; Asso. Prof, of
Physics in charge of Cryogenic Lab., Calif.
Inst, of Tech., since 1932; Dir. of Research,
Rare Metals Inst., since 1939.

Publications: Has written two books (Vieweg
and Son) and about eighty publications In
scientific and industrial journals in the U. S.,
Ger., France, Eng., Japan, and Italy con-
cerning the physics of metals, low tempera-
ture, statistical problems of photographic
emulsions, the oligodynamic effect of metals
on living cells, bio-physical low temperature
problems, etc.

Amu/ Service: World War I, service of (Jer.,
1915-18, Lt., Field Artillery.
Awards: Five war decorations.

Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Physical Soc;
Mem., German Physical Soc, Brit. Inst, of
Metals; Los Angeles Yacht Club; Sigma XI.
Religion: Lutheran.
Recreations: Sailing and music.

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

Home Address: 1327 Boston St., Altadena,

GOETZ. William

Vice-President, Twentieth Century-Fo.x Film

Born: New York City, Mar. 24, 1903; s. of
Fanny (Aaronson) and Theodore Goetz.

Education: New York pub. schs.; Pa. Coll.

Married: Edith, d. of Louis B. Mayer, in
Los Angeles (Calif.), Mar. 19, 1930; eh. ;
Judith (b. 1932) and Barbara (b. 1935).

Bus. Record: Asst. to Darryl F. Zanuck,
1933-35; Vice-Pres., Twentieth Century-Fox
Film Corpn., since 1938; some of his recent
productions are; Clive of India, Folies Ber-
gere. Cardinal Richelieu, Les Miserables, Call
of the Wild. United Artists-Twentieth Cen-
tury-Fox, 1935;

Memberships: Acad, of Motion Picture Arts
and Sciences.

Bus. Address: Twentieth Century-Fox Studios,
10201 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. •

GOIN. Lowell Sidney. M.D., F.A.C.R.


Born: Charter (J.ik (Iowa), Mar. 3, 1801;
s. of Evelyn (Bates) and G. B. Goln.
Education: Public schools; Univ. of Iowa;
.St. Louis Univ.; Univ. of Frankfort; Frank-
fort-Am-Maln (Ger.).

Degrees: M.D., St. Louis U., 1911; F.A.C.R.
Married: Margaret, d. of Eleanor (Fisher)
and John A. Morehead, in New York, Apr. 12,
1923; ch. : Wm. L. and John M.
Directorships : Speaker, House of Delegates,
Calif. Med. Assn.; Chancellor, Amer. Coll.
of Radiology.

Publications: Numerous medical articles.
Army Record: Capt., M.C., U. S. Army,
served in France for two years.
Memberships: Alpha Kappa Kappa.
Religion : Catholic.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horseback riding, archery, and

Bus. Address: 1930 Wilshire Blvd., Los An-

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