|From||United States of America|
|Birth||1 January 1897|
|Death|| 1 January 1948|
(aged 51 years)
Clarence J. Tauzer (1897-1948) was a United States lawyer and politician.
Tauzer served in the United States Army during World War I. In the 1920s, he was a football, basketball and sports coach at Santa Rosa Junior College. He moved to Santa Rosa, California in 1923 to join a law practice. He had just graduated from Stanford Law School where he had been student body president and captain of the basketball team.
Tauzer became a member of the California State Senate in 1948. He filled a seat vacated by the death of Herbert Slater. Tauzer died one year later; suffering a heart attack in San Francisco at the age of 51.