G.W. BANNISTER, Mechanical Arts
Miss N. BEEBE, Language
Miss E.M. BELL, English
J.E. BENTEL, Science
R.C. BENTLEY, History
Miss K.B. BISHOP, Art
F.K. BLUE, M.D.
Miss E.L. BROWN, Science
Miss G.L. BROWN, Physical Training
Mrs. E.M. BUSHNELL, Head, Art Department
Miss N.L. CAMPBELL, Domestic Art
Miss A. CERF, Language
R.H. COON, Science
D. COX, Physical Training
Miss E.M. DAHL, Art
Miss I.M. DUFF, History
A. DUNAWAY, R.O.T.C.
F.L. EMERSON, M.D.
Miss H.M. FISHER, English
W.F. GANNON, English
F.G. GARRISON, Math
R.R. GESELL, Physical Training
Miss T.C. GLEESON, English
Miss E.S. GOELLER, Art
Miss H.M. GRACE, English
W.F. GRAHAM, M.D.
S.S. GREENLEAF, English
R.S. GUTLEBEN, Physical Training
Miss M.E. HALL, Art
H.E. HARRIS, M.D.
T.B. HEALY, Mechanical Arts
L.F. HENRICH, Science
Mrs. E. HOWE, Domestic Art
G.C. INGELOW, History
A.L. JORDAN, Head, Science Department
Miss H.G. KEARNS, Language
Miss C.G. KELLY, Math
A.D. KING, Math
C.F. LAMP, Music
B.B. LIBBY, Science
S.H. LOVE, M.D.
Miss M.K. McBRIDE, Science
L.I. McDERMOTT, Domestic Art
Miss M.G. McGEE, Language
Miss R.T. McGLYNN, Science
Miss E. McGRATH, Math
W. McKNIGHT, Physical Training
F.F. McTIERNAN, Head, Mechanical Arts
Miss P.G. MASCHIO, Study Hall
Miss O. MATCHETTE, English
Miss I.A. MATHEWS, Domestic Art
P.F. MOHR, Head, Math Department
P.F. MOORE, Mechanical Arts
Miss F. MORGAN, Domestic Art
Miss H.L. MORIN, Science
Miss R. MURDOCH, Art
N.P. NEILSEN, Head, Physical Training
Miss L. PECHIN, Head, Language Department
Miss R.E. OAKES, Physical Training
F.E. PERHAM, Head, English Department
Miss P. PRIOLEAU, Language
F.F. PRONATI, Language
Mrs. A.H. RAYMOND, Art
Mrs. R.G. ROBB, Science
Miss L.M. ROBINSON, Music
Miss M.G. RODDY, History
Miss A.H. ROTHER, Music
Miss E.W. ROXBURGH, English
C.E. RUST, Mechanical Art
F.B. SANDERS, Math
Dr. L.M. SCOTT, History
F.C. SCHOFIELD, Latin
Miss E. SMITTLE, English
F. STOCKTON, Science
Miss B.M. STRANGE, Math
A.R. SUTHERLAND, Mechanical Arts
Miss A. TABRETT, English
C.R. TINSLEY, Mechanical Arts
C.C. WALKER, Head, Mechanical Drawing Department
Miss F. WARMOTH, Math
F.R. WATSON, Language
R.B. WEAVER, Mechanical Arts
Miss E. WEBSTER, Science
Miss F. WOFLENBARGER, Art
Miss M. WOOD, Domestic Art
QUAST, Ralph Peter
SHERAMAN, John D.
VANDER HOOF, Vertress
VAN DYKE, Fred
VAN ETTEN, Roy
SINCE May of this year, when an energetic group of graduates got together and reorganized the Alumni Association, it has taken on a new lease of life. At that time a new constitution was adopted and a new set of officers elected. The latter are: Roderick Cassidy, President; Evelyn de Marta, Vice-President; Paul Shannon, Second Vice-President; Bernice Brown, Secretary-Treasurer.
A campaign for life members was initiated which has netted over two hundred members up to date. Since a payment of only one dollar entitles a graduate to the privileges that go with life membership, every past Polyite who hears about it hastens to enroll himself. Classes from 1900 to the present time are now represented. TO help in the publicity end of the campaign Bruce Wale offered to attend to the printing and mailing of 4,000 letters to former students. The membership committee looks for great results from this.
It is gratifying to find so many alumni subscribing to the paper and the Journal. Among these are Thomas B. Smith '05, Oke Lindstrom '06, and Ralph Peters '12.
The executive committee, composed of Miss Rose Murdoch, Dr. Ernest Fisher, Virginia Murphy, Leonard Mentzer, Graham Hasty, Edwin Gabriel, Alice Figone, Dr. Archie McGuinness, A.L. Jordan, Roderick Cassidy and Bernice Brown, has held frequent meetings and devised numerous plans for the good of the organization.
At the last general meeting a program committee was appointed. This consists of five members, James Hamill, Zara Witkin, Gladys Thompson, Arthur Tobias and Miss Murdoch. Its duty is to cooperate with the officers and the executive committee in suggesting a program of worth while activities.
To those still at Poly word comes back of our former students in numerous lines of work. We hear that Harry Hayward is now a full fledged reporter on the Chronicle. Elwood Squires is now on the staff of the Portland Oregonian, one of the finest papers on the Pacific Coast.
James Hamill has been serving as chairman of the Students Welfare Committee at U.C. He is now in his fifth year at law.
Sidney Hawkins has returned from Ecole des Jeunes Filles at Tours and is back at Stanford.
Katherine Hulme is in New York. She plans to leave early in the spring for a year of travel and study in Europe.
"Sergeant" Bob Rainy, yell leader, soldier, football player, the ideal lover of the Merchant of Venice, is now in charge of the new real estate department of the Anglo-California Bank.
"Sergeant" Lloyd Wallace, ditto, ditto, is managing his father's commission business.
Eskil Hogberg has been at Stockton for several months in charge of a large construction job of his father's. Ingomar Hogberg is making a name for himself in college dramatics. He had the bass lead in the recent Treble Clef opera and has had parts in two plays.
Edson Waterhouse is now a cub reporter on the Daily Palo Alto.
Eddie Addicott is back at U.C.
Tom White is at West Point. William H. Wedemeyer '18, graduated from West Point in June '22.
Bernard Witkin, as a sophomore at U.C., was chosen not only on the intercollegiate debating team, but was given the important duty of closing the debate, an honor never before accorded to a sophomore.
Bob Vail appeared not so long ago with enthusiastic descriptions of Barbara Jean, two months old. Mrs. Vail will be remembered as Hazel Brown.
Marjorie Perry Close was also a visitor accompanied by Jack's young newphew.
Hercule Morin '10, will be graduated next semester from the College Dentistry at U.C. He gave distinguished service with the Masonic Ambulance Corps during the war, and at its conclusion forsook a business career from the study of dentistry. He has lately been elected to the honor society of the college and is well-known there as an earnest and brilliant student.
George Frates has been elected president of the California State Pharmaceutical Society. He is one of a trio of famous brothers. The other two, Elwood and Robert, are both dentists.
The name of James Hyde now appears on all programs of the San Francisco Stage Guild as the assistant to the distinguished stage artist, Rudolph Schaefer. Jimmie also assisted in teh redecorating of the Plaza Theater before it was opened for the recent season.
A Stage Guild poster by Dick Reed may be seen at the Palace Hotel.
Nat Levy, another one of our artists, now has a business of his own with headquarters in the Hearst Building.
Stanley McLeod, editor of the June '22 Journal now has a position with the Board of Trade. We understand that a recent illness necessitated the postponement of a flock of important social engagements.
Leon Adams, editor of the Dec. '21 Journal, is now a reporter on the Daily News.
Rizal Musser, former Student Body Present, now holds a responsible position with the Sierra Oil and Refining Co.
Among the alumni who have recently married are: Edwin Gabriel, Dr. Ernest Fisher and Miss Hazel Hartsough, both of '15; Peter Brescia, Consuelo Swan, Ruth Renwick, Eleanor Tomlinson and John Emmons.
Edith Bepler and Dorothy Bridgett are studying costume design.
Loretta Street is now a senior at U.C. She is doing everything and going everywhere and having a perfectly wonderful time.
Lucille Hassett reports having had a wonderful trip to Honolulu last summer.
Ernest Holmes is workign with the Royal Insurance Company. He is planning to return to college at an early date.
Zara Witkin is with the Municipal Research Bureau conducting important original investigations.
The marriage has been announced of Ruth Curryer '15, to Mr. George Weber. She was one of our most brilliant students and took a prominent part in all school affairs.
Harold Peery, Madison Kirby
and Sherwood Tyrrell are all connected with the Daily News.