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Northwestern Christian Advocate, 1886-96. Professor of Sacred Rhet-
oric, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1896-1909. Editor of The Northwestern
Christian Advocate, 1909-11. President, Garrett Biblical Institute,

891



1906-07] HONORARY ALUMNI.

1911 . Secretary of Joint Hymnal Committee, M. E. Church and

M. E. Church, South, 1905. Author : Gospel Singers and their Songs,
with F. D. Hemenway (1891) ; Vision of Christ in the Poets (1896) ;
Story of the Masterpieces (1897), etc. Editor: The Books and their
Message (1910).

Address: Evanston, 111.

ALEXANDER HARRISON TUTTLE. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 839.)

*EDWARD BENNETT ROSA. Sc.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1450.)

CHARLES WARDELL STILES. Sc.D.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1889.)

ALFRED CHARLES TRUE. Sc.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1030.)

DARIUS BAKER. LL.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 908.)

FLAVEL SWEETEN LUTHER. LL.D. B.A., Trinity College,

Conn., 1870; M.A., Trinity, 1873; Ph.D., Trinity, 1896; LL.D., Trinity,
1904, and Tufts College, 1905. Born March 26, 1850, Brooklyn, Conn.

Professor of Mathematics, Trinity College, 1883-1904; President,
1904-19. Retired, 1919. State Senator, Connecticut, 1907, '09.

Address: Hartford, Conn.

ARTHUR EUGENE SUTHERLAND. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1403.)

HERBERT WELCH. LL.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 1499.)



J907.

CHARLES PHELPS. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1875.)

MARCUS WHITE. M.A.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 1538.)

WILBUR FISK BERRY. D.D.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1880.)

FREDERICK WATSON HANNAN. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1610.)

EUGENE ALLEN NOBLE. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1656.)

FAIRBANK BARNES STOCKDALE. D.D. B.D., Drew Theo-
logical Seminary, 1889. Born November 2, 1861, Pudsey, near Leeds,
Yorkshire, England.

Methodist Episcopal minister, East Ohio and New York East Con-
ferences, 1885 .

Address : 164 Summit Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y.

892



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1907-09



LEWIS BUCKLEY STILLWELL. Sc.D.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1886.)

*WILLIAM THOMAS ELMER. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 561.)



1908*

JACOB FRANCIS COOPER. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1324.)

JOHN WALTER MAYNARD. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1334.)

^JONATHAN MAGIE MEEKER. D.D.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1873.)

WILLIAM ARMSTRONG RICHARD. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1365.)

GLENTWORTH REEVE BUTLER. LL.D. B.A, Hamilton

College, 1877; M.A., Hamilton, 1880; M.D., Long Island College
Hospital, 1880; Sc.D., Hamilton, 1901. Born 1855, Philadelphia, Pa.

Practising medicine in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1880 . Physician-in-chief,

M. E. (Seney) Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1906 . Lieutenant Colonel,

Medical Corps, U. S. Army, 1918-19.

Address : 226 Gates Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

GEORGE SILAS COLEMAN. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1119.)

*LUCIAN LOVE SHEDDEN. LL.D. Born October 13, 1849,
Mooers, N. Y.

Admitted to the bar, New York, N. Y., 1872. Practised law in Mooers,
N. Y., 1872-88; Plattsburg, N. Y., 1888-1912. District attorney for
Clinton County, N. Y., 1877-83. County judge, Clinton County, 1890-
1902. Corporation counsel, City of Plattsburg, for several years.
Elected Regent of the University of the State of New York, 1905.
Appointed member of Commission of Gas and Electricity, New York
State, 1905. Died January 17, 1912, Plattsburg, N. Y.

ROLLIN SIMMONS WOODRUFF. LL.D. Born July 14, 1854,
Rochester, Conn.

In business, 1870 . President of C. S. Mersick & Co., Inc., whole-
sale iron dealers. Member and president pro tempore of Conn. Senate,
1903-05. Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut, 1905-07. Governor of
Connecticut, 1907-09. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1921 .

Address: 210 Edwards St., New Haven, Conn.



1909.

WILLIAM DUDLEY GOEWEY. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1877.)

*HERBERT BRIGHAM HAYDEN. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1884.)

893



1909] HONORARY ALUMNI.

CHARLES EDWARD DAVIS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1121.)

CRANDALL J. NORTH. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1157.)

WILBUR FISK TILLETT. D.D. B.A, Randolph-Macon Col-
lege, 1877; M.A., Princeton University, 1879; B.D., Princeton, 1880;
D.D., Randolph-Macon, 1886; LL.D., Southwestern University, 1903;
S.T.D., Northwestern University, 1907. Born August 25, 1854, Hen-
derson, N. C.

Pastor of Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1880-82. Chaplain
and Tutor in Theology, Vanderbilt University, 1882-83 I Adjunct Pro-
fessor of Systematic Theology, 1883-84; Professor, 1884 ; Dean of

the Theological Faculty, and Vice-Chancellor, 1886 .

Address : Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.

FRANCIS JOHN McCONNELL. LL.D. B.A., Ohio Wesleyan

University, 1894; S.T.B., Boston University, 1897; Ph.D., Boston Uni-
versity, 1899; D.D., Ohio Wesleyan, 1905; LL.D., Hanover College,
1909. Born August 18, 1871, Trinway, Ohio.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England and New York East Con-
ferences, 1896-1909. President of De Pauw University, 1909-12. Bishop
of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1912 .

Address: Pittsburgh, Pa.

SILAS ARNOLD ROBINSON. LL.D. Born September 7, 1840,
Pleasant Valley, N. Y.

Admitted to the bar, 1863. Practised law in Middletown, Conn.,
1864-90. Judge of probate, Middletown District, 1878-80. Mayor of
Middletown, 1880-82. Judge of the Superior Court of Connecticut, 1890-
1909. Justice of the Supreme Court of Connecticut, 1909-10. Retired
on account of age limit, 1910. State referee, 1910 .

Address : Middletown, Conn.

FRANK BENTLEY WEEKS. LL.D. Born January 20, 1855,
Brooklyn, N. Y.

In charge of financial affairs, Conn. Hospital for the Insane, 1874-80.
Member of the firm, Coles & Weeks, wholesale grain and milling business,
Middletown, Conn., 1880-95. Retired, 1895. Chairman of Board of
Trustees, Conn. Hospital for the Insane. Commissioner and president
of the Board, representing Connecticut at the International Exposition,
Atlanta, Ga., 1895. Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut, 1908. Governor
of Connecticut, 1909-10. Trustee of W'esleyan University, 1911 .

Address: Middletown, Conn.



AT THE INSTALLATION OF PRESIDENT SHANKLIN, NOVEMBER, 1909.

RICHARD WATSON COOPER. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1597.)

*GEORGE WILLIAM KNOX. D.D. B.A., Hamilton College,

1874; B.D., Auburn Theological Seminary, 1877; D.D., Princeton Uni-
versity, 1888; LL.D., Hobart College, 1904. Born August 11, 1853,
Rome, N. Y.

Missionary in Japan. Received the Order of the Rising Sun from
the Emperor of Japan, 1908. Professor of Homiletics, Union Theo-
logical Seminary, Tokio. Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, Imperial



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1909

University. Presbyterian clergyman, New York State. Lecturer on
Apologetics, Union Theological Seminary, 1897-99 \ Professor of
Philosophy and the History of Religion, 1899-1912. Nathaniel Taylor
Lecturer on Doctrinal Theology at Yale University, 1903. Died April
25, 1912, Seoul, Korea.

THOMAS NICHOLSON. D.D. B.A., Northwestern University,

1892; B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1892; M.A., Northwestern, 1895;
D.D., Iowa Wesleyan University, 1898, and Garrett Biblical Institute,
1906; LL.D., Cornell College, 1907, Northwestern University, 1912, and
Allegheny College, 1914. Born January 27, 1862, Woodburn, Ont,
Canada.

Graduate student, University of Chicago. Taught school, 1878-83.
Methodist Episcopal minister, Michigan Conference, 1884-94. Professor
of Philosophy and Biblical Literature, Cornell College, 1894-1903.
President, and Professor of Philosophy, Dakota Wesleyan University,
1903-08. Corresponding secretary, Board of Education, M. E. Church,

1908-16. Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1916 . Author :

Epworth League Bible Studies (1901-02) ; The Necessity for the
Christian College (1904) ; Studies in Christian Experience (1907), etc.
Editor : The Christian Student.

Address : 58 E. Washington St., Chicago, 111.

ASHLEY HORACE THORNDIKE. L.H.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1769.)

ELMER ELLSWORTH BROWN. LL.D. B.A., University of

Michigan, 1889; Ph.D., University of Halle, 1890; LL.D., Columbia
University, 1907, George Washington University, 1911, and Rutgers Col-
lege, 1913. Born August 28, 1861, Kiantone, N. Y.

Principal of a public school, Belvidere, 111., 1881-84. Assistant state
secretary, Y. M. C. A., Illinois, 1884-87. Studied in German universities,
1889-90. Principal of High School, Jackson, Mich., 1890-91. Acting
Assistant Professor of the Science and the Art of Teaching, University
of Michigan, 1891-92. Associate Professor of the Theory and Practice
of Education, University of California, 1892-93; Professor, 1893-1906;
Honorary Professor, 1906-11. U. S. Commissioner of Education, 1906-
ii. Chancellor, New York University, 1911 .

Address : 2201 Loring Place, New York, N. Y.

'MATTHEW HENRY BUCKHAM. LL.D. B.A., University of

Vermont, 1851; M.A., University of Vermont; D.D., Dartmouth Col-
lege and Hamilton College, 1877; LL.D., Middlebury College, 1900.
Born July 4, 1832, Hinckley, Leicestershire, England. College president.
Died November 29, 1910, Burlington, Vt. '

WILLIAM BURT. LL.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 1204.)

WILLIAM HERBERT PERRY FAUNCE. LL.D. B.A., Brown

University, 1880; M.A., Brown, 1889; D.D., Brown, 1895, Yale Uni-
versity, 1901, and Harvard University, 1904; LL.D., Baylor University,
1904, University of Alabama, 1905, Dartmouth College, 1909, Denison
University, 1914, and Amherst College, 1915. Born January 15, 1859,
Worcester, Mass.

Instructor in Mathematics, Brown University, 1881-82; President,
1899 . Graduated from Newton Theological Seminary, 1884. Min-
ister of State Street Baptist Church, Springfield, Mass., 1884-89; Fifth

895



1909] HONORARY ALUMNI.

Avenue Baptist Church, New York, N. Y., 1889-99. Lecturer, University
of Chicago, 1897-98; Yale University, 1907-08.
Address: Providence, R. I.

HARRY AUGUSTUS GARFIELD. LL.D. B.A., Williams Col^

lege, 1885; LL.D., Princeton University, 1908, Dartmouth College, 1908,
and Amherst College, 1909. Born October n, 1863, Hiram, Ohio.

Studied law in Columbia Law School, Oxford University, and the
Inns of Court, London, England. Practised law in Cleveland, Ohio,
1888-1903. Professor of Politics, Princeton University, 1903-08. Presi-
dent of Williams College, 1908 . Chairman of special commission

on reorganization of U. S. Consular Service, 1899-1908. Chairman,
Price Committee (Wheat), U. S. Food Administration, June-September,
1917. U. S. Fuel Administrator, August, I9i7-December, 1919.

Address: Williamstown, Mass.

*DANIEL AYRES GOODSELL. LL.D.
(See Record of Honorary Alumni, 1881.)

GEORGE HARRIS. LL.D. B.A., Amherst College, 1866; D.D.,
Amherst, 1883, Harvard University, 1899, and Yale University, 1901 ;
LL.D., Dartmouth College, 1899, and Williams College, 1908. Born
April i, 1844, East Machias, Me.

Graduated from Andover Theological Seminary, 1869. Pastor of
Congregational churches, Auburn, Me., 1869-72; Providence, R. I.,
1872-83. Professor of Christian Theology, Andover Theological Semi-
nary, 1883-99. President of Amherst College, 1899-1912; President

Emeritus, 1912 . Author : Moral Evolution; Inequality and Progress;

A Century's Change in Religion.

Address: 35 W. 8ist St., New York, N. Y.

*SAMUEL HART. LL.D. B.A., Trinity College, Conn., 1866;

M.A., Trinity, 1869; D.D., Trinity, 1885, and Yale University, 1902;
D.C.L., Trinity, 1899. Born June 4, 1845, Saybrook, Conn.

Ordained deacon, Protestant Episcopal Church, 1869; priest, 1870.
Tutor in Trinity College, Conn., 1868-70 ; Assistant Professor of Mathe-
matics, 1870-73 ; Professor, 1873-83 ; Professor of Latin, 1883-99. Pro-
fessor of Doctrinal Theology and the Prayer Book, Berkeley Divinity
School, 1899-1917; Dean of the School, 1908-17. Secretary, House
of Bishops, Protestant Episcopal Church, 1892-1917. Died February 25,
1917, Middletown, Conn.

JAMES HAMPTON KIRKLAND. LL.D. B.A, Woffprd Col-
lege, 1877; M.A., Wofford, 1878; Ph.D., University of Leipzig, 1885;
LL.D., University of North Carolina, 1894; D.C.L., University of the
South, 1902. Born September 9, 1859, Spartanburg, S. C.

Professor of Greek and German, Wofford College, 1881-83. Studied
abroad, 1883-86. Professor of Latin, Vanderbilt University, 1886-93;
Chancellor, 1893 -.

Address : Nashville, Tenn.

'RICHARD COCKBURN MACLAURIN. LL.D. M.A., Uni-
versity of Cambridge, 1897; LL.D., University of Cambridge, 1904;
Sc.D., University of Cambridge, 1908. Born June 5, 1870, Lindean,
Scotland.

Fellow, St. John's College, Cambridge, England, 1897. Professor of
Mathematics, New Zealand University, 1898-1905; Dean of the Faculty

896



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1909

of Law, 1905-07. Professor of Mathematics and Physics, Columbia
University, 1907-09. President of Mass. Institute of Technology,
1909-20. Died January 15, 1920, Boston, Mass.

ERNEST FOX NICHOLS. LL.D. B.S., Kansas Agricultural

College, 1888; M.S., Cornell University, 1893; Sc.D., Cornell, 1897;
Sc.D. (Hon.), Dartmouth College, 1903; LL.D., Colgate University and
Clark University, 1909, University of Vermont, 1911, University of
Pittsburgh, 1912, Denison University, 1914. Born June I, 1869, Leaven-
worth, Kans.

Studied in the University of Berlin, Germany, 1894-97; University
of Cambridge, England, 1904-05. Fellow in Physics, Cornell University,
1891. Associate Professor of Physics, Colgate University, 1892-93;
Professor, 1893-98. Professor of Physics, Dartmouth College, 1898-

1903. Professor of Experimental Physics, Columbia University, 1903-09.
President of Dartmouth College, 1909-16. Professor of Physics, Yale
University, 1916-20. Director, Pure Science Section, Nela Research
Laboratories, Cleveland, Ohio, 1920 .

Address: Nela Park, Cleveland, Ohio.

ELIHU ROOT. LL.D. B.A., Hamilton College, 1864; LL.B.,

University Law School of New York, 1867; LL.D., Hamilton, 1896,
Yale University, 1900, Columbia University and New York University,

1904, Williams College, 1905,, Princeton University, University of Buenos
Aires, and University of San Marcos, Peru, 1906, Harvard University,
1907, McGill University, 1913, Union University, 1914, University of the
State of New York, 1915; Dr. Pol. Sc., University of Leyden, 1913;
D.C.L., Oxford University, 1913. Born February 15, 1845, Clinton,
N. Y.

Began the practice of law, 1867. U. S. attorney, Southern District,
N. Y., 1883-85. Delegate-at-large, State Constitutional Convention, 1894.
Secretary of War, 1899-1904. Secretary of State, 1905-09. U. S.
Senator from New York, 1909-15. Member of Alaskan Boundary Tribu-
nal, 1903. Counsel for U. S. in N. Atlantic Fisheries Arbitration, 1910.
Member, Permanent Court of Arbitration at the Hague, 1910 . Presi-
dent, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1910 . Ambas-
sador Extraordinary to Russia, 1917. Awarded Nobel Peace Prize, 1912.

Trustee of Hamilton College, 1912 ; Carnegie Institution of

Washington, D. C, 1913-* .

Address : 998 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.

*JAMES SCHOOLCRAFT SHERMAN. LL.D. B.A., Hamilton

College, 1878; LL.D., Hamilton, 1903. Born October 24, 1855, Utica,

Admitted to the bar, 1880. Mayor of Utica, N. Y., 1884. Chairman,
Republican State Convention, 1895, 1900. Member of Congress from
23d N. Y. District, 1887-91 ; 25th N. Y. District, 1893-1903 ; 27th N. Y.
District, 1903-09. Vice President of the United States, 1909-12. Died
October 30, 1912, Utica, N. Y.

MELANCTHON WOOLSEY STRYKER. LL.D. B.A., Hamil-
ton College, 1872; Grad. Auburn Theological Seminary, 1876; D.D.,
Lafayette College, and Hamilton, 1889; LL.D., Lafayette, 1892; L.H.D.,
Hamilton, 1919. Born January 7, 1851, Vernon, N. Y.

Pastor of Presbyterian Church, Auburn, N. Y., 1876-78 ; Ithaca, N. Y.,
1878-83; Holyoke, Mass., 1883-85; Chicago, 111., 1885-92. President
of Hamilton College, 1892-1917.

Address: Rome, N. Y.

897



1909-10] HONORARY ALUMNI.

WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT. LL.D. B.A., Yale University,

1878; LL.B., Cincinnati College Law School, 1880; LL.D., Yale Uni-
versity, 1893, Johns Hopkins University and University of Pennsylvania,
1902, Harvard University and Miami University, 1905, State University
of Iowa, 1907, Princeton University, 1912, McGill University, 1913;
D.C.L., Hamilton College, 1913. Born September 15, 1857, Cincinnati,
Ohio.

Admitted to the bar, 1880. Law reporter, Cincinnati Times and Cin-
cinnati Commercial, 1 880-81. Assistant prosecuting attorney, Hamilton
County, Ohio, 1881-82. Collector of internal revenue, First District,
Ohio, 1882-83. Practised law, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1883-87. Assistant
county solicitor, Hamilton County, Ohio, 1885-87. Judge of the Superior
Court, Ohio, 1887-90. Solicitor General of the United States, 1890-92.
Dean and Professor in the Law Department, University of Cincinnati,
1896-1900. U. S. circuit judge, 6th Circuit, 1892-1900. President of
U. S. Philippine Commission, 1900-04. First civil governor of the
Philippine Islands, 1901-04. U. S. Secretary of War, 1904-08. President
of the United States, 1909-13. Kent Professor of Law, Yale University,

1913-21. Chief Justice of the United States, 1921 . President,

American National Red Cross, 1906-13; American Bar Association, 1913.

Address: Washington, D. C.



J9JO.

FRANCIS ASBURY BAGNALL. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1587.)

ELWELL ALEXANDER BISHOP. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1169.)

*BENJAMIN COULBOURN CONNER. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1120.)



BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KIDDER. D.Q.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1275.)

"CHARLES WESLEY McCORMICK. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1277.)

HOMER CLYDE STUNTZ. D.D. B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti-
tute, 1896; D.D., Upper Iowa University, 1896. Born January 29, 1858,
Albion, Pa.

Methodist Episcopal missionary to India, 1886-95. Superintendent,
M. E. missions, Philippine Islands, 1901-07. Field secretary, Board of
Foreign Missions, M. E. Church, 1907-08; first assistant corresponding

secretary, 1908-12. Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1912 .

Author: The Philippines and the Far East.

Address: Omaha, Neb.

JOHN EDWARD EUSTIS. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1043.)

898



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1911-12

19U.

JOSEPH BEECH. D.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 2067.)

JACOB AUGUSTUS COLE. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1470.)

ANDREW GILLIES. D.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 1843.)

JAMES EDWARD HOLMES. D.D. - B.A., College of the City
of New York, 1884. Born January 18, 1864, New York, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1886 - .
Superintendent, Brooklyn and Long Island Church Society, 1911-16;
Methodist Episcopal Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1916 - .

Address : M. E. Hospital, 6th St. and 7th Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

CHARLES OTIS JUDKINS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1848.)

FRANCIS GANG BENEDICT. Sc.D.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

WATSON CARVOSSO SQUIRE. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 639.)



WILLIAM ARNOLD SHANKLIN. M.A. (ad eundem).

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

JOHN GRIBBEL. M.A. - LL.D., Temple University, 1915. Born
March 29, 1858, Hudson City, N. J.

Engaged in business, banking, and manufacturing, 1876 - . Vice-
president, Board of Trustees, Wesleyan University, 1912-20; president,
1920 - .

Address: 1513 Race St., Philadelphia, Pa.

JOSEPH ADDISON RICHARDS. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1883.)

ALEX. SIMPSON, JR. M.A. - LL.D., Dickinson College, 1912.
Born January 7, 1855, Philadelphia, Pa.

Practising law in Philadelphia, 1879 Now Justice of the Supreme
Court of Pennsylvania.

Address : 5854 Drexel Road, Philadelphia, Pa.

ALBERT J. WRIGHT. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1880.)

JOHN WESLEY NARRAWAY. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1862.)

HARRY HARVEY BEATTYS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1507.)

899



1912-13] HONORARY ALUMNI.

EDGAR VAN FOSSEN DU BOIS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1739.)

CHARLES WESLEY FLINT. D.D. - B.A., Victoria College,
Canada, 1900; B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1906; M.A., Columbia
University, 1908; LL.D., Coe College, 1916. Born November 14, 1878,
Stouffville, Ont, Canada.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Northwest Iowa Conference, 1900-04;
New York East Conference, 1904-15. President, Cornell College,

1915 -
Address : Mount Vernon, Iowa.

ROBERT SENEY INGRAHAM. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1526.)

EDWIN SLOAN TASKER. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1623.)

JOHN EMORY ANDRUS. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 710.)

SIMEON EBEN BALDWIN. LL.D. - B.A., Yale University,
1861; M.A., Yale, 1864; LL.D., Harvard University, 1891, Columbia
University, 1911, and Yale University, 1916. Born February 5, 1840,
New Haven, Conn.

Admitted to the bar, 1863. Instructor in Law, Yale University, 1869-
72; Professor, 1872 - . Associate Justice, Connecticut Supreme Court
of Errors, 1893-1907; Chief Justice, 1907-10. Governor of Connecticut,
1911-15. President, American Bar Association, 1890.

Address : New Haven, Conn.

*AMOS JAY GIVENS. LL.D. - M.D.

Proprietor of a sanitarium, Stamford, Conn. Trustee of Wesleyan
University, 1911-17. Died 1917, Stamford, Conn.

LEMUEL HERBERT MURLIN. LL.D. - B.A., DePauw Univer-
sity, 1891; S.T.B., DePauw, 1892; S.T.D., University of Denver, 1897;
D.D., Cornell College, 1897; B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1899;
LL.D., De Pauw University, 1908, University of Vermont, 1911, Univer-
sity of Maine, 1915, and Harvard University, 1921. Born November 16,
1861, Mercer County, Ohio.

Methodist Episcopal minister, 1886-94. Studied in University of
Pennsylvania, 1896; Clark University, 1897; m Europe, 1898. Presi-
dent, Baker University, 1894-1911; Boston University, 1911 - . Dele-
gate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1900, '04 ; Ecumenical
Methodist Conference, London, 1901, Toronto, 1911.

Address : Boston University, Boston, Mass.



HOBART GEORGE TRUESDELL. M.A. Born October 30, 1882,
Mount Upton, N. Y.

Taught in Central Conservatory, Chicago, 111., 1907-08. Headmaster,
Warren Hall Military Academy, 1908-09. Head of music department,
Mercer sburg Academy, 1909-10; history department, 1910-11. Taught
in Suffield School, Conn., 1911-12; principal, 1912 - .

Address: Suffield, Conn.

900



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1913-14

LAURESS JOHN BIRNEY. D.D. - B.A, Scio College, 1895;
S.T.B., Boston University, 1899; D.D, Mount Union College, 1910, and
Yale University, 1915; LL.D., University of Chattanooga, 1919. Born
September n, 1871, Dennison, Ohio.

Methodist Episcopal minister, 1895-1911. Dean, School of Theology,
Boston University, 1911-20. Elected Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, 1920. Served in France as director of religious work of
Y. M. C. A., with 37th and 90th Divisions, U. S. Army, June-October,
1918.

Address : Shanghai, China.

ERNEST GLADSTONE RICHARDSON. D.D. - B.A, Dickin-
son College, 1896; M.A., Yale University, 1899. Born in St. Vincent,
British West Indies.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York Conference, 1896-1920.
Manager, Missionary Society, M. E. Church, 1910-20. Elected Bishop
of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1920.

Address : Atlanta, Ga.

LEONARD COLBURN MURDOCK. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1616.)

CHARLES HUBBARD JUDD. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1802.)

LUTHER BARTON WILSON. LL.D. - B.A, Dickinson College,
1875; M.A, Dickinson, 1878; M.D, University of Maryland, 1877;
D.D., Dickinson, 1892; LL.D, Dickinson, 1904; L.H.D, Syracuse Uni-
versity, 1912. Born November 14, 1856, Baltimore, Md.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Baltimore Conference, 1878-1904.
Presiding Elder, 1894-1900, 1903-04. Elected Bishop of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, 1904. President. Board of Foreign Missions, M. E.
Church, 1912 - . Secretary, Board of Bishops. President, Anti-Saloon
League of America.

Address : 150 Fifth Ave, New York, N. Y.



GAYLORD WILLIAM DOUGLASS. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 2144.)

FRANK DAVID HAINES. M.A. - LL.B, Yale University, 1893.
Born January 16, 1866, Colchester, Conn.

Practised law in Middletown, Conn, 1893-1918. Executive secretary
of Governor Coffin. Corporation counsel, City of Middletown. Asso-
ciate Judge, Middletown City Court. State's attorney, Middlesex County,
1904-18. Judge of the Superior Court of Connecticut, 1918 - .

Address : Portland, Conn.

LYON LEVI NORTON. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1617.)

JOHN GOWDY. D.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 1952.)

JOHN WILLIAM LANGDALE. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 2372.)

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