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Durfee ; in Senior year with J. M. Romadka in 26 Yanderbilt.

Pardee expects to go into business. His permanent address
is Park Place, Xaueatuck, Conn.



Biography.



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George Fish Parsons, Jr., was born in New York City,
October 13, 1886.

George Fish Parsons, his father, born in Towanda, Pennsyl-
vania, in 1860, is an optician, of the firm of Ga Nun & Parsons.
He resides at 314 West 87th Street, New York City. Mrs.
Parsons was Maud Rosetta Peters.

Parsons prepared for Yale at the Columbia Grammar School
and Andover. He took a First Colloquy appointment. He was
a member of the Chess Club in Senior year and was in the
intercollegiate contest. In Freshman year he roomed alone at
250 York Street ; in Sophomore year with J. S. Roberts and
L. M. King at 22 College Street; in Junior year with J. S.
Roberts in 449 Fayerweather ; in Senior year with J. S. Roberts
in 59 Yanderbilt.

Parsons expects to enter business. His permanent address is
314 West 87th Street, New York City.



266 History of the Class of TpIO.




William Henry Parsons, Jr., was born in New York City,
May 29, 1888.

William Henry Parsons, his father, born in New York City
in 1859. and a graduate of Yale in 1882, is a paper merchant
and manufacturer, of the firm of Parsons & YVhittemore. and
resides at Glen Cove (Long- Island), New York. Mrs. Parsons
was Laura Wolcott Collins. Other relatives besides his father
who graduated from Yale were Oliver YVolcott, 1747. Oliver
Wolcott, 1778. R. G. Rankin, 1826, J. P. Parsons. 1885. uncles;
and Herbert Parsons. 1890, a cousin.

Parsons prepared for Yale at the Hill School. He was a
member of the Wranglers, the Mohegans, Hill School Club, and
Yacht Club. He was also a member of the Freshman relay
and track teams. Psi Lpsilon. Wolf's Head. In Freshman
year he roomed alone at 242 York Street ; in Sophomore year
with Hewes. Roome. E. A. Morse, and E. C. Roberts at 22
College Street : in Junior year with Hewes and Roome in
238 Durfee : in Senior year with Hewes and Roome in 5
Yanderbilt.

Parsons* future occupation is undecided. His permanent
address is 324 West End Avenue, Xew York City.



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267




Julius Christian Peter was born in Seymour, Indiana,
March 12, 1890.

William F. Peter, his father, born in Hanover, Germany, in
1853, is superintendent of the Seymour Water Company, and
resides in Seymour. Mrs. Peter was Minnie Frey. W r . F.
Peter, Jr., 1905, is a brother.

Peter prepared for Yale at the Morgan Park Academy. He
took an Oration appointment. Psi Upsilon. In Freshman
year he roomed alone at 576 Pierson ; in Sophomore year with
Bean, Bigelow, McCord, W. G. Davis and Menderson at 254
Crown Street; in Junior year with Menderson in 447 Fayer-
weather ; in Senior year with Menderson in 13 Vanderbilt.

Peter expects to enter business. His permanent address is
503 North Chestnut Street, Seymour, Ind.



268 History of the Class of 1910.




Richardson Phelps was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota,
January 6, 1887.

Edmund J. Phelps, his father, born in Cleveland, Ohio, in
1845, is a manufacturer, with the Moore Carving Machine Com-
pany, and resides in Minneapolis. Mrs. Phelps was Louisa Ann
Richardson.

Phelps prepared for Yale at the Haverford School and at
the Harvard School of Los Angeles, California. He was a
member of the Apollo banjo and mandolin clubs, of the Univer-
sity banjo and mandolin clubs and of the University orches-
tra ; also of the Corinthian Yacht, the University and the
Minnesota clubs. For two years he was conductor of the
orchestra. Alpha Delta Phi. In Freshman year he roomed with
S. H. Bowman, Jr., 1910L., at 256 York Street; in Sophomore
year with Coates at 11 College Street; in Junior and Senior years
with Knight, and E. L. Roberts, Jr., in 456 Fayerweather.

Phelps expects to enter business. His permanent address is
2323 Park Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.



Biography. 269




Stephen Holladay Philbin was born in New York City,
June 7. 1888.

Eugene Ambrose Philbin, his father, born in New York City
in 1858, is a lawyer, of the firm of Philbin, Beekman & Menken,
and resides at 63 West 52d Street, New York City. Mrs.
Philbin was Jessie Holladay.

Philbin prepared for Yale at Westminster School. He took
a Second Dispute appointment. He was a Wrangler, a Pundit,
and a member of the City Government Club, and of the 'Varsity
football and baseball, Freshman baseball, football and basketball
teams. He was also captain of the 'Varsity baseball team Senior
year, and was a member of the Scrub Athletic Field committee, of
the Senior Promenade committee and of the Triennial committee.
Psi Upsilon. Skull and Bones. In Freshman year he roomed
alone at 238 York Street: in Sophomore year with Heron and
Riggs at 8 College Street ; in Junior and Senior years with
the same roommates in 345 White and 30 Vanderbilt, respect-
ively.

Philbin intends to enter the Harvard Law School. His per-
manent address is 63 West 52d Street, New York City.



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Ralph Harlax Pierce was born in Rockford. Illinois, Mav



4- i

Benjamin F. Pierce, his father, born in Salem, Massachusetts,
in 1862. is secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association
and resides at 26 Belair Street, Brockton, Massachusetts. Mrs.
Pierce was Luna Estelle Hosley.

Pierce prepared for Yale at the Brockton High School. He
took a First Colloquy appointment. In Freshmari year he roomed
alone at 84 Trumbull Street : in Sophomore year with Sterling
in 171 Lawrance ; in Junior year with Timm and Hammond
in 254 Durfee ; in Senior year alone in 145 Lawrance.

Pierce expects to enter the Yale Medical School. His per-
manent address is 26 Belair Street, Brockton, Mass.



Biography. 271




Joseph Curtis Platt was born in Cold Springs, New York,
November 18, 1887.

Frank Elbert Platt, bis fatber, born in Scranton, Pennsylvania,
in 1859, and a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
C.E. 1879, is treasurer of the Scranton Coal Company and
resides in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Airs. Platt was Elizabeth
Augusta Skinner. Two great-great-uncles, Erastus Scranton,
1802, and George Hand, 1829, and a cousin, W. W. Scranton,
1865, were graduated from Yale.

Platt prepared for Yale at the Hill School. He was a mem-
ber of the Wranglers, City Government Club, and Hill School
Club. He was also a member of the Freshman track and foot-
ball teams, and of the second football team. He was also active
in tennis. He was a member of the Freshman Religions com-
mittee. Junior year he was manager of the Freshman basket-
ball team and of the University basketball team Senior year,
also president of the Minor Athletic Association in Senior year.
Psi Upsilon. Scroll and Key. In Freshman year he roomed with
S. M. Clement at 242 York Street ; in Sophomore year with
Clement at 22 College Street; in Junior year with Clement and
Hoyt in 369 White, in Senior year with Clement in 54 Yanderbilt.

I Matt expects to enter business. I lis permanent address is
600 Webster Avenue, Scranton, Pa.



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George Stewart Pomeroy was born in Wernersville, Penn-
sylvania, July 6, 1888.

George Strickland Pomeroy, his father, born in Hartford,
Connecticut, in 1852, is a merchant, with the firm of Dives,
Pomeroy & Stewart of Reading - , Pennsylvania. He resides in
Wernersville. Mrs. Pomeroy was Valeria Konig-.

Pomeroy prepared for Yale at the St. Paul's School, Concord.
Xew Hampshire. He took a First Dispute appointment. While
at Yale he has been a member of the Freshman glee club, of
the University glee club, of which latter he was recorder, of
the University quartette and of the University orchestra. He
was coach of the 1912 Freshman glee club. He was also a
member of the Freshman crew squad, of the Sophomore
crew and of the second Junior crew. He substituted on the
Sophomore baseball nine. Pomeroy was also a member of the
Hogans, the Whiff enpoofs and of the St. Paul's School (Con-
cord) Club. Delta Kappa Epsilon. In Freshman year he
roomed with Baars at 250 York Street ; in Sophomore year with
Hooker at 251 Crown Street: in Junior year with Hooker in
454 Fayerweather ; in Senior vear with Hooker in 62 Yander-
bilt.

Pomeroy expects to become a merchant. His permanent
address is Wernersville, Pa,



Biography.



273




John Gooden Poore was born in Willow Grove, Delaware,
June 24, 1886.

John M. Poore, his father, born in Felton, Delaware, in 1852,
is a farmer and resides in Harrington, Delaware. Mrs. Poore
was Laura Elizabeth Dill.

Poore prepared for Yale at the Dover, Delaware, High School
and the Hopkins Grammar School of New Haven, Connecticut.
He was the winner of the Charles Washburn Clark Prize. In
Freshman year he roomed alone at 200 York Street ; in Soph-
omore year alone at 61 Wolcott Street ; in Junior year with
Andrew, and J. F. Collins, 191 1, at 35 High Street; in Senior
year alone at 61 Wolcott Street.

Poore expects to study in the Yale Law School. His per-
manent address is Harrington, Del.



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Marsh Klock Powers was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Decem-
ber 18, 1887.

Millard F. Powers, his father, born in Plymouth, Ohio, in
1850. is now retired from active business and resides in Cleve-
land. Mrs. Powers was Charlotte Flora Marsh. A brother,
C. A. Powers, graduated from Yale in 1899.

Powers prepared for Yale at the Cleveland University School.
He took a First Dispute appointment. He Was a member of the
Freshman crew squad. He also belonged to the Cleveland
University School Club and to the Chess Club. He was an
editor of the Yale Record. Psi Upsilon. In Freshman year he
roomed alone in 547 Pierson ; in Sophomore year with D. T.
Smith at 214 Crown Street; in Junior year with D. T. Smith
in 356 White ; in Senior year with D. T. Smith and Xabstedt
in 53 Vanderbilt.

Powers' future occupation is undecided. His permanent
address is The Xew Amsterdam, Euclid Avenue, Cleveland,
Ohio.



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Charles Baird Price was born in Louisville, Kentucky, Aug-
ust 12, 1888.

John W. Price, his father, born near Nashville, Tennessee,
is with the Belknap Hardware and Manufacturing Company and
resides at 1358 Third Avenue, Louisville. Mrs. Price was Violet
Baird.

Price prepared for Yale at the Louisville Male High School.
He took a Second Colloquy appointment. Alpha Delta Phi. In
Freshman year he roomed with Annis at 219 York Street; in
Sophomore year with Annis, Dennis, and Yates at 8 College
Street; in Junior year with Bowers in 119 Welch; in Senior
year with Bowers and Glover in 37 Vanderbilt.

Price expects to enter the wholesale hardware business. His
permanent address is 1358 Third Avenue, Louisville, Ky.



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Harold Bishop Reid was born in Cambridge, New York, May
23. 1889.

John Harrison Reid, his father, born in Arlington. Vermont,
and a graduate of Lafayette in 1888, and of Yale Divinity School
in 1 89 1, is a journalist and publisher of the Lebanon Daily
Report. He resides in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Reid was
Adelaide Sussana Bishop.

Reid prepared for Yale at the Walden High School and at the
Centenary Collegiate Institute of Hackettstown, Xew Jersey.
He took an Oration appointment. He was a member of the
Freshman, Apollo and University glee clubs, also of the Univer-
sity swimming team. He was president of the Swimming Asso-
ciation during Junior and Senior years. Beta Theta Pi. In
Freshman year he roomed alone in 523 Pierson ; in Sophomore
year with Jennings in 163 Lawrance : in Junior year with Jen-
nings and Davin in 470 Fayerweather ; in Senior year with
Jennings and Davin in 435 Fayerweather.

Reid is undecided as to his future occupation. His per-
manent address is Lebanon, Pa.






Biography. 277




Graham Llewellyn Reynolds was born in East Lansing,
Michigan, October 5, 1887.

Henry Graham Reynolds, his father, born in Buffalo, New
York, in 1851, graduated from Michigan Agricultural College
in 1871. He resides in Pasadena, California. Mrs. Reynolds
was Frances A. Llewellyn. She died January 8, 1899, in Pasa-
dena. An uncle, Professor E. V. Raynolds, 1880 S., and a
cousin, Randolph Raynolds, 1909, graduated from Yale.

Reynolds prepared for Yale at the Belmont School, Belmont,
California, St. John's School, Santa Barbara, California, and
the Pasadena High School. He took an Oration appointment.
In Freshman year he roomed with Bellamy in 600 Pierson ; in
Sophomore year alone at 236 Crown Street ; in Junior year
with P. D. Bailey in 127 Welch; in Senior year with Raynolds
in 473 Haughton.

Reynolds is undecided as to his future occupation. His per-
manent address is 257 West California Street, Pasadena, Cal.



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George Adams Richardson was born in Auburn, New York,
November 23, 1887.

Frank Wood Rlichardson, M.A. Trinity College 1884, his
father, born in New York City in 1861, is a decorator, of the
firm of G. W. Richardson & Son, and resides at 138 South
Street, Auburn. Mrs. Richardson was Charlotte Letchworth
Adams.

Richardson prepared for Yale at Groton School, Groton,
Massachusetts. He took a High Oration appointment. He
was a member of the Wranglers, of the 1910 Freshman foot-
ball team, coach of the 1913 team, and a member of the City
Government, the Hispanic, and Taft clubs, the Lannigans and
the Mohicans. He was also a member of the Apollo and the
University glee clubs. Richardson was commodore of the
Corinthian Yacht Club, president of the Groton Club and gov-
ernor of the University club. Alpha Delta Phi. Wolf's Head.
In Freshman year he roomed with Rogers at 242 York Street;
in Sophomore year with Robert Clement, Johnson and Wodell
at 22 College Street : in Junior year with Robert Clement and
Heard in 103 Welch : in Senior year with Robert Clement and
Heard in 8 Vanderbilt.

Richardson is undecided as to his future occupation. His per-
manent address is 138 South Street. Auburn, N.-Y.



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Biography. 279




Truman Post Riddle was born in St. Louis, Missouri, Aug-
ust 18, 1889.

His father, Truman Post Riddle, born in St. Louis in 1864, died
February 6, 1905, and was connected with the Catlin Tobacco
Company. Mrs. Riddle was Eliza Virginia Robbins.

Riddle prepared for Yale at Smith Academy, St. Louis, by
private tutor and at Herr Homan's, Wiesbaden, Germany. He
was a member of the Cosmopolitan, the Yacht, the St. Louis
(chairman of the Executive committee), and the Southern
clubs. Zeta Psi. In Freshman year he roomed alone at 242
York Street; in Sophomore year with Norton at 18 College
Street; in Junior year with Norton and J. E. Parber in 352
White ; in Senior year with Norton in 494 Haughton.

Riddle's future occupation is undecided. His permanent
address is 3737 Delmar Poulevard, St. Louis, Mo.



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Thomas Lawrason Riggs was born in New London, Connec-
ticut, June 28, 1888.

Elisha Francis Riggs, his father, born near Washington, D. C,
in 185 1, who was educated at St. Mary's College, England, is a
retired banker, living in Washington. Airs. Riggs was Medora
Thayer. His Yale relatives were G. W. Riggs, r.r-1833, a grand-
father, B. C. Riggs, 1865, a cousin, and E. F. Riggs, Jr., 1909, a
brother.

Riggs prepared for Yale at Westminster School, Simsbury,
Connecticut. He took a Philosophical Oration appointment. He
tied with Taft for the Hugh Chamberlain Greek Prize. He was a
Wigwam, a Pundit and a member of the Yale Corinthian Yacht
Club and of the University Club. He was secretary Junior year
of the Kit Cat Club, also a member of the Class Book committee,
and an editor of the Yale Literary Magazine. He was a member
of Chi Delta Theta and Phi Beta Kappa. Of the Dramatic Asso-
ciation he was secretary in Junior year and president in Senior
year, taking the following parts: Wilhelmina, in "The
Amazons"; Miss Prism, in "The Importance of Being Earnest";
DobcJiinski, in "Revizor" ; Mrs. Dangle and First Xieee. in "The
Critic" ; Mrs. Ford, in "The Merry Wives of Windsor" ; Dolly
Spanker, in "London Assurance." Psi Upsilon. Scroll and Key.
In Freshman year he roomed with Bowers at 238 York Street : in
Sophomore, Junior and Senior years with Heron and Philbin at
8 College Street, 345 White and 30 Yanderbilt, respectively.

Riggs intends to follow literature as a profession. His per-
manent address is iui Massachusetts Avenue, Washington,
D. C.



Biography. 281




Edward Constant Roberts was born in Hartford, Connec-
ticut, June 4, 1888.

Henry Roberts, his father, born in Brooklyn, New York, in
1853, and a graduate of Yale in 1877, LL.B. 1879, is a manu-
facturer and resides in Hartford. Mrs. Roberts was Carrie
Elizabeth Smith. Besides his father Roberts numbers among
his Yale relatives a brother, J. T. Roberts, 1905, and three
cousins, M. S. Comstock, 1895, George Roberts, 1903, and
Philip Roberts, 1910.

Roberts prepared for Yale at the Hartford Public High School
and by private tutor. He has been a member of the University
banjo and mandolin clubs and of the Apollo banjo and mandolin
clubs, also of the Yale orchestra, and has belonged to the class
baseball team. He also was a member of the Yale Tennis
Association, the Keg, the Fencing, the Golf, the Corinthian Yacht
and the University clubs. Alpha Delta Phi. In Freshman year
he roomed with Hewes at 242 York Street ; in Sophomore year
with Hewes at 22 College Street ; in Junior year with E. A.
Morse in 100 Welch ; in Senior year with E. A. Morse in 88
Connecticut.

Roberts' future occupation is undecided. His permanent
address is Hartford, Conn.



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Edward Llewelyn Roberts, Jr., was born in Chicago,
Illinois, February 12, 1886.

Edward Llewelyn Roberts, his father, born in Wales in 184').
is a member of the firm of E. L. Roberts & Co., dealers in
lumber, sash and doors, and resides at 10134 Longwood Ave-
nue, Chicago. Airs. Roberts was Sarah Nellie Roraback. H. X.
Roberts, a brother, graduated from the Vale Law School in
1899.

Roberts prepared for Yale at the Morgan Park Academy and
at the Phillips ( Andover ) Academy. He was a member of
the University Club. Alpha Delta Phi. In Freshman year he
roomed with Brigham at 231 York Street; in Sophomore year
with Brigham and H. T. Warren at 11 College Street: in Junior
and Senior years with Phelps and Knight in 456 Fayerweather.

Roberts intends to enter the lumber business. His permanent
address is 10134 Longwood Avenue, Chicago, 111.



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Joseph Stone Roberts was born in Salem, Massachusetts,
November 30, 1887.

Henry Osborne Roberts, his father, born in Salem, Massa-
chusetts, in 1836, died in Salem in March, 1888, and was a mem-
ber of the firm of Roberts & Mansfield, merchantmen. Mrs. Rob-
erts was Julia Brown Knowlton. She died in June, 1895.

Roberts prepared for Yale at the Salem High School. He
was a member of the class crew Sophomore and Junior years,
and of the Freshman four-oar and of the University football
squad. He wrestled in the heavy weig'ht class "Rush Night"
of Sophomore year. Roberts was also a member of the Span-
ish and City Government clubs and of the Ivy committee. Beta
Theta Pi. In Freshman year he roomed alone in 588 Pierson ;
in Sophomore year with G. F. 1 'arsons, Jr., and L. M. King
at 22 College Street; in Junior year he roomed with (1. F.
Parsons, Jr., in 449 Fayerweather ; in Senior year with G. F.
Parsons, Jr., in 59 Vanderbilt.

Roberts expects to enter the Harvard Law School. Mis per-
manent address is Care of II. M. Batchelder, Salem, Mass.



284 History of the Class of igw.




Philip Roberts was born in Hartford, Connecticut, Decem-
ber 8, 1887.

George Roberts, bis father, born in Brooklyn, New York,
was formerly president of the Hartford Carpet Company, but
is now retired, and resides at 63 Washington Street, Hartford.
Mrs. Roberts was Ida Marsh Hamilton. Roberts' relatives who
have graduated from Yale are : a brother. George Roberts, Jr.,
1903; an uncle, Henry Roberts, 1877; and two cousins, J. T.
Roberts, 1905. and E. C. Roberts, 1910.

Roberts prepared for college at the Hartford High School.
He was a Pundit, a member of the City Government Club, the
Race committee of the Yacht Club, and of the Dramatic Associa-
tion, of which latter he was book editor for 1909-10 and took
part in "The Fire Eater" and "The Critic." He was secretary
of the Hartford Club. Alpha Delta Phi. In Freshman year he
roomed alone at 242 York Street ; in Sophomore year with Xelson
at 22 College Street: in Junior and Senior years with Xelson in
253 Durfee, and in 32 Yanderbilt, respectively.

Roberts expects to enter the manufacturing business after
graduation. His permanent address is 63 Washington Street,
Hartford, Conn.



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285




Arthur Frederic Robinson was born in Norwich, Connec-
ticut, November 9, 1889.

Thomas A. Robinson, his father, born in Norwich in 1865,
is tax collector of Norwich and resides at 362 Main Street. Mrs.
Robinson was Frances Rebecca Mather.

Robinson prepared for Yale at the Norwich Free Academy.
In Freshman year he roomed with Shields in 229 Farnam ; in
Sophomore year with D. J. McCormick in 91 Connecticut; in
Junior year with E. C. Herrick, special L., in 74 Connecticut ; in
Senior year with J. F. Baker, 1909, 1912 L., in 74 Connecticut.

Robinson expects to study in the Yale Law School. His per-
manent address is 332 Main Street, Norwich, Conn.



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William Silliman Rogers was born in Cincinnati, Ohio,
June 30, 1888.

William Arthur Rogers, his father, born in Berkshire, New
York, in 1851, 1874 S., is a member of the firm of Rogers, Brown
& Co., pig iron and coke merchants, and resides in Buffalo, Xew
York. Mrs. Rogers was Eleanor Root Silliman. Rogers numbers
among his Vale relatives a great-great-great-grandfather, Eben-
ezer Silliman, 1727; a great-great-grandfather. Gold Selleck
Silliman. 1752; a great-grandfather, Benjamin Silliman, 1796;
a great-uncle, James Dwight Dana, 1833 ; a grandfather, Ben-
jamin Silliman, 2d, 1837; four uncles, Arthur William Wright,
1859, William Richardson Belknap. 1869 S., Benjamin Silliman.
3d, 1870, Robert Kelly, 1870; and five cousins, Edward Salis-
bury Dana, 1870, Robert Kelly, Jr.. 1896, Trumbull Kelly,
1900 S., William B. Belknap, 1908, J. D. Dana, 191 1.

Rogers prepared for Yale at the Hill School, Pottstown, Penn-
sylvania. He took a First Dispute appointment. At Yale he
has been a member of the first Freshman crew, winning a
cup in the race against the Springfield High School, and was
a member of the Sophomore class and third 'Varsity crews. He
was a member of the Hill School Club, of the Corinthian Yacht
Club and of the University Club, lie contributed to the Yale
Courant. Psi Upsilon. During the entire course he roomed
with Hillis : in Freshman year at 250 York Street, in Sophomore
year at 22 College Street, in Junior and Senior years in 373
White.

Rogers expects to enter the pig iron manufacturing business.
His permanent address is 300 North Street. Buffalo, N. Y.



Biography. 287




Reginald Roome was born in Plainfield, New Jersey, June
4, 1888.

William Journeay Roome, his father, born in New York City
in 1857, and a graduate of New York University in 1878, is
a member of the firm of William J. Roome & Co., real estate
dealers, and is president of Excelsior Savings Bank. He
resides at 101 East 57th Street, New York City. Mrs. Roome
was Saidee Sandford. W. J. Roome, Jr., 1903, and H. LeC.
Roome, 1907, are brothers.

Roome prepared for Yale at the Nathan Hale School and
at Berkeley School. He took a Second Dispute appointment.
At Yale he has been a member of the Freshman glee club. He
was a Wigwam, a member of the Mohican Club, Whiffen-
poofs. Corinthian Yacht Club, and of the University Club. He
occupied the position of assistant manager and manager of the
University hockey team. Alpha Delta Phi. Scroll and Key.
In Freshman year he roomed alone at 242 York Street; in
Sophomore year with Hewes, W. H. Parsons, Jr., E. C. Roberts,
E. A. Morse, and Sewall at 22 College Street; in Junior and
Senior years with Hewes and W. II. Parsons, Jr., in 238 Durfee
and in 5 Yanderbilt, respectively.

Roome expects to enter business. I lis permanent address is
iot East 57th Street, New York City.



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Frank Guiles Roth was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania,
December 25, 1887.

Franklin Roth, his father, born in Allentown, Pennsylvania,


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