Foxx, James William
His last name is spelled “Fox” in the 1940 yearbook, and “Foxx” in the 1941 yearbook.
Listed in 1941 Mar-Ken Yearbook as Principal.
Mr. Foxx also taught science.
From 1940 Mar-Ken Yearbook:
Mr. James Fox – Vice-Principal
This fine gentleman who still speaks with a slight Southern accent is Mar-Ken’s Vice-Principal. Mr. Fox, who at times seems practically like one of the student body, has become the students’ favorite teacher, and he has made the before “hated” science classes most interesting courses. Notre Dame is the University responsible for his A.B., after which he came to the west coast where he obtained his M.A. degree at U.S.C.