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CATALOGUE OF OFFICERS AND STUDENTS FOR 1917-18
(To February 14, 1918)
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University Farm)--Colleges of Letters and Science, Commerce, Agriculture,
Hastings College of the Law
California College of Pharmacy
164 165 169 171 174 176 177 179 190
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS
In the CATALOGUE OF OFFICERS, the names of University buildings are abbreviated as follows: AH, Agriculture Hall; Anat, Anatomy Building; Arch, Architecture Building; B, Botany Building; Bac Lab, Bacteriology Laboratory; Bacon, Bacon Hall: BL, Bancroft Library; Boalt, Boalt Hall of Law; Budd, Budd Hall; Chem, Chemistry Building; Cal, California Hall; CE, Civil Engineering Building; D, Drawing Building; E, East Hall; Ent Lab, Entomology Laboratory; FCL, Fertilizer Control Laboratory; F, Forestry Building; HE, Home Economics Building; HG, Harmon Gymnasium; H, Hearst Gymnasium; HM, Hearst Memorial Mining Building; HP, Hygiene and Pathology Building; Inf, Infirmary; L, University Library; M, Mechanics Building; Mus, Museum of Greek Sculpture and Anthropology; Music, Music Building; MVZ, California Museum of Vertebrate Zoology; 0, Students' Observatory; P, Philosophy Building; PL, The Rudolph Spreckels Physiological Laboratory; S, South Hall; Vet, Veterinary Science Laboratory; W, Benjamin Ide Wheeler Hall.
Officers of Colleges or Departments situated elsewhere than in Berkeley are desig nated by an abbreviation following the title, viz: (D) College of Dentistry, (A) Cali fornia School of Fine Arts, (H) Hastings College of the Law, (HF) George Williams Hooper Foundation for Medical Research, (LO) Lick Observatory, (M) Medical School, (Ph) California College of Pharmacy, (FS) University Farm School. (SMA) denotes the School of Military Aeronautics maintained at the University by the federal government.
The following abbreviations are also used: M, Monday; Tu, Tuesday; W, Wednesday; Th, Thursday; F, Friday; S, Saturday; UC, University of California.
In the announcements of office hours, "daily" does not include Saturday or Sunday.
When no office hours are given, instructors may be consulted immediately before or after their recitations.
The dagger (†) marks the names of officers who are married; the asterisk (*) the names of those absent on leave throughout the year; the superior figure, 1 means in residence first half-year; ?, second half-year only; 3, in the service of the government; absent on leave for the duration of the war; m, permanent mailing address, both for terms and vacations.
In the CATALOGUE OF STUDENTS, the college is indicated as follows: LS, Letters and Science; Com, Commerce; Agr, Agriculture; Mec, Mechanics; Med, Medicine (arst and part of the second year); Min, Mining; CE, Civil Engineering; Chem, Chemistry. The status of the student is reg unless otherwise indicated, as follows: s, special; al, at large. The number 1, 2, 3, 4, etc., prefixed to the abbreviation showing the college indicates the class or year of residence; for graduate students in the School of Juris. prudence and in the Medical School the numeral denotes the class, not the year of residence in the Graduate Division. Students admitted this year with advanced standing are designated by (1) prefixed to the figure indicating the class; !, means in residence first half-year only; ?, second half-year only. The (*) marks the names of students who received the bachelor's degree in December, 1917. The (#) marks the names of graduate students who are registered for work in absence. PreA, following the abbre. viation showing the college, indicates that the student is enrolled in the course prepar. atory to the School of Architecture; PreM, in the pre-medical course; Prel, in the pre-legal course; Juris, in the School of Jurisprudence; NP, in the courses Preparatory for Naval Service.
The student's home is given immediately after the name; all home addresses are in the state of California, unless stated to be elsewhere. In the lines following the name and home are given the student's status and his address and telephone number while attending the University; and all such addresses are in Berkeley, unless stated to be elsewhere. The following abbreviations are used: ter, terrace; rd, road; pl, place; apts, apartments; dr, drive; S F for San Francisco, O for Oakland, A for Alameda, P for Piedmont, R for Richmond, SL for San Leandro, S R for San Rafael. The word "Local" used with telephone numbers denotes telephones on the University's privato exchange; Ala, Alameda; Bkly, Berkeley; Dgls, Douglas; Elm, Elmhurst; Flmr, Fillmore; Frkn, Franklin; Frvl, Fruitvale; Grad, Garfield; Krny, Kearny; Lksd, Lakeside; Mer, Merritt; Mrkt, Market; Msn, Mission ; Oakd, Oakland; Pied, Piedmont; Pac, Pacific; Pspt, Prospect; Rehd, Richmond; Snst, Sunset; Sutr, Sutter; Valen. Valencia.
REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY
Note.—The regular meetings of the Regents are held at 2 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month, except July, and on the day before Commencement, at such places as may from time to time be determined, ordinarily at the California School of Fine Arts, California and Mason streets, San Francisco. The Los Angeles office of the Regents is in Room 417, Union League Building, Los Angeles.
REGENTS EX OFFICIO
His Excellency WILLIAM D. STEPHENS Governor of California and President of
the Regents Sacramento
Lieutenant-Governor of Cali.
fornia. CLEMENT CALHOUN YOUNG, B.L.
Speaker of the Assembly
Shattuck av and Addison st, Berkeley
Hon. GEORGE C. ROEDING
President of the Mechanics' Institute
Francisco BENJ. IDE WHEELER, Ph.D., LL.D., Litt.D.
President of the University 217 California Hall, Berkeley
The term of the appointed Regents is sixteen years, and terms expire March 1 of the year indicated in parentheses. The names are arranged in the order of original accession to the board.
Isaias WILLIAM HELLMAN, Esq. (1918) Wells Fargo-Nevada National Bank, San
Southern Pacific bldg. San Francisco GARRETT WILLIAM McENERNEY, Esq.
(1920) 2002 Hobart bldg, San Francisco RUDOLPH JULIUS TAUSSIG, Esq. (1932)
Main and Mission sts, San Francisco GUY CHAFFEE EARL, A.B. (1918)
14 Sansome st, San Francisco JAMES WILFRED MCKINLEY, B.S. (1922) 522 Citizens' National Bank bldg, Los
JOHN ALEXANDER BRITTON, Esq. (1930)
445 Sutter st, San Francisco CHARLES STETSON WHEELER, B.L. (1928)
Nevada Bank bldg, San Francisco WILLIAM HENRY CROCKER, Ph.B. (1924)
Crocker National Bank, San Francisco PHILIP ERNEST BOWLES, Ph.B. (1922)
American National Bank, San Francisco JAMES KENNEDY MOFFITT, B.S. (1924)
First National Bank, San Francisco CHARLES ADOLPH RAMM, B.S., M.A., S.T.B.
(1928) 1100 Franklin st, San Francisco EDWARD AUGUSTUS DICKSON, B.L. (1926)
1631 Cimarron st, Los Angeles JAMES MILLs. Esq. (1926)
Hamilton City CHESTER HARVEY ROWELL, Ph.B. (1920)