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Strieker prepared for Yale at Andover, after having" worked
as a stenographer in the employ of the Eagle Savings and Loan
Company, Brooklyn, for four years. He took a First Dispute
appointment. He was a teacher at the Bethany Mission in Fresh-
man year. He is a member of the Jonathan Edwards Club.
Throughout his course he has roomed alone at 47 Lake Place.

Strieker intends to go into the ministry and will enter Union
Theological Seminary next fall. His permanent address is 33 St.
.Mark's Avenue, Brooklyn. X. Y.




Biography. 315




John Martin Sweeney, Jr., was born in Naugatuck, Con-
necticut, October 14, 1887.

John Martin Sweeney, his father, born in Naugatuck in 1855,
and a graduate of the Yale Law School in 1879, is a lawyer,
practising in Naugatuck. Mrs. Sweeney was Maria Cecilia
Jones. Sweeney has had at Yale, besides his father, a brother,
E. F. Sweeney, 1907, 1910 L.

Sweeney prepared for Yale at the Naugatuck High School and
at the Taft School in Watertown. He has been a member of the
University wrestling team for three years, winning the 1 15 pounds
University wrestling championship in 1909 and winning second
place in the intercollegiate wrestling contest in 1909. lie is a
member of the Taft School Club and of the Hispanic Club. In
Freshman year he roomed alone in 521 Pierson; in Sophomore
year with F. C. Smithson, 1910 L., and E. F. Sweeney, io7.
1910 L., in "/y Connecticut; in Junior and Senior years with bis
brother in jj Connecticut.

Sweeney's future occupation is undecided. I lis permanent
address is 94 Hillside Avenue, Naugatuck, Conn.



316 History of the Class of igio.




Robert Alphonso Taft was burn in Cincinnati, Ohio, Septem-
ber 8, 1889.

William Howard Taft, his father, born in Cincinnati in 1857,
and a graduate of Yale in 1878, LL.D.. 1903, is President of the
United States. Airs. Taft was Helen Herron. Taft's Yale rela-
tives, besides his father, include : Alphonso Taft, 1833, grand-
father ; C. P. Taft, 1864, H. W. Taft, 1880, H. D. Taft, 1883,
uncles; Hulbert Taft, 1900, Howard Taft, 1906, W. S. Taft,
1907, and W. H. Taft, 2d, 1909, cousins. ■

Taft prepared for Yale at the Taft School, Watertown, Con-
necticut. He took a Philosophical Oration appointment and is
president of Phi Beta Kappa. He won the Woolsey Scholarship,
the Barge Mathematical Prize, a Berkeley Premium and the
Second TenEyck Prize. He was president of the University
Ltebating Association and debated on the Academic interdepart-
ment team in 1908 and 1909. In Senior year he served as treas-
urer of the Academic Y. M. C. A. He rowed on the Sophomore
crew. He was president of the City Government Club. Psi
Upsilon. Skull and Bones. In Freshman year he roomed with
Bingham at 242 York Street ; through the rest of his course with
Bingham and Van Sinderen : in Sophomore year at 8 College
Street, in Junior 'year in 269 Durfee, in Senior year in 34 Yan-
derbilt.

Taft expects to become a lawyer, and will enter the Harvard
Law School. His address next year will be 504 Craigie Hall,
Cambridge, Mass., and his permanent address is Washington,
D. C.



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Biography.



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Chung-Hsuan Tang was born in Kwang-tung, China, Decem-
ber 19, 1884.

Se-nom Tang', his father, born in Kwang-tung in 1852, is a
retired merchant. Tang's mother's maiden name was Chensei.

Tang prepared for college at the Preparatory Department of
the Imperial Pei Yang University at Tientsin, China, and entered
Yale in the fall of 1907, after a year in the Department of
Political Science and Law at the Pei Yang University. He took a
Second Dispute appointment. He is a member of the Cosmopoli-
tan Club. During Sophomore and Junior years he roomed alone
in a private house ; in Senior year he roomed with Wang and
Ma in 467 Fayerweather.

Tang expects to enter government service after attending the
Graduate School in Education at Columbia University. His per-
manent address is Kung Moon, Kwang-tung, China.



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History of the ( lass of xgio.




Waldo Elliot Tillinghast was born in Vernon, Connecticut,
June 4, 1887.

Gideon Gilbert Tillinghast, his father, born in Griswold, Con-
necticut, in 1844, is a farmer and postmaster at Vernon, Connecti-
cut. Airs. Tillinghast was Sarah Berissa Gallup.

Tillinghast prepared for Yale at the High School in Rockville,
Connecticut. He has participated in track athletics, and has
been active in Yale Hall work. Alpha Chi Rho. In Freshman
year he roomed alone in 578 Pierson ; in Sophomore year alone
in 203 Farnam ; in Junior year with Sanderson and E. R. Warren
in 407 Berkeley ; in Senior year with the same roommates in
470 Fayerweather.

Tillinghast's future occupation is undecided. His permanent
address is Yernon, Conn.



Biography. 319




Alexander Berthold Timm was born in Lyons, New York,
November 29, 1887.

John Arend Timm, his father, born in New York City, took
the degree of B.A. at Neparan College, and in 1902 the degree
of B.D. at the Yale Divinity School. He is a clergyman in New
Haven, Connecticut. Mrs. Timm was Emma Stone.

Timm prepared for Yale at the New Haven High School. He
took a Second Colloquy appointment. He has played on the Uni-
versity soccer team for three years, and was a member of the
Freshman track team and the Senior class basketball team. lie
was business manager of the Courant. He has been active in Sun-
day school work and has done some work at Yale 1 tall, in Fresh-
man and Sophomore years he lived at home, io(> York Square ; in
Junior year he roomed with Pierce and 1 fammond in 254 Durfee :
in Senior year with Webb and Bisbee in 41 Vanderbilt.

Timm expects to become a doctor and will attend the Yale
Medical School next year. His permanent address is 106 York
Square, New Haven, Conn.



320 History of the Class of ipio.




John Campbell Townsend was born in Pelham Manor, New
York, January 30, 1888.

James Alulford Townsend, his father, born in New Haven,
Connecticut, in 1852, and a graduate of Yale in 1874, is a lawyer,
residing in New York City. Mrs. Townsend w T as Harriet Bailey
Campbell. Among Townsend's Yale relatives, besides his father,
are: two brothers, J. M, Townsend, Jr., 1908 and E. H. Town-
send, 1912; a cousin, G. H. Townsend, 1908; and an uncle, W. K.
Townsend, 1871.

Townsend prepared for Yale at the Taft School in Watertown,
Connecticut. He was a member of the Wranglers. Psi Upsilon.
In Freshman year he roomed with Benner at 237 York Street;
in Sophomore year with Benner, Harrison and Griffith at 22
College Street ; in Junior year with Harrison in 484 Fayerweather ;
in Senior year with Harrison in 84 Connecticut.

Townsend's future occupation is undecided. His permanent
address is 535 Park Avenue, New York City.



Biography. 321




Morton Candee Treadway was born in Bristol, Connecticut,
January 26, 1889.

Charles Seth Candee, his father, born in Bristol in 1852, died
there in January, 1905, and was a banker and manufacturer. Mrs.
Treadway was Lucy Hurlburt Townsend. Treadway's brother,
C. T. Treadway, graduated from Yale in the class of 1900.

Treadway prepared for Yale at the Betts Academy and at
Andover. He entered Yale with the class of 1909, joining the
class of 1910 at the beginning of Freshman year. He was a
member of the Freshman glee club, and for three years sang on
the College choir. He was a member of the Andover Club. Zeta
Psi. In Freshman year he roomed with F. F. Barnes in 551
Pierson ; in Sophomore year with Ingraham and Barnes at 225
Crown Street ; in Junior year with Bowen in 448 Fayerweather ;
in Senior year with Bowen in 480 Haughton.

Treadway expects to become a manufacturer. His permanent
address is 63 Bellevue Avenue, Bristol, Conn.



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History of the Class of wio.




William Allex Underhill was born in Bath, New York,
January 28. 1888.

Edwin Stewart Underhill, his father, born in Hath, in 1862,
and a graduate of Yale in 1881, is a member of the firm of E.
S. Underhill & Co., newspaper publishers, in Hath. Mrs. Under-
hill was Minerva Allen. Besides his father. Underbill's Yale
relatives are: an uncle, John Underhill, 1889; and a brother,
E. S. Underhill, Jr.. 1911 S.

Underhill prepared for Yale at Haverling High School, Bath ;
University High School. Chicago, Illinois; and at the Princeton
Preparatory School, Princeton, Xew Jersey. Psi Upsilon. In
Freshman year he roomed with Crispell at 200 York Street : in
Sophomore year with Crispell at 236 Crown Street; during the
rest of his course with Crispell and Paine ; in Junior year in
267 Durfee, in Senior year in 19 Vanderbilt.

Underhill expects to go into journalism. His address for the
present will be Corning. X. Y.



Biography,



323





Ralph Palmer Uptegrove was born in Brooklyn, New York,
December 8, 1888.

Jerome Pierson Uptegrove, his father, born in Middletown,
New York, in 1855, ^ s a member of the firm of Uptegrove & Beck-
with, dealers in mahogany and cabinet woods, in Orange, New
Jersey. Mrs. Uptegrove was Florence Palmer.

Uptegrove prepared for Yale at the Hotchkiss School, lie
took a First Dispute appointment. He has played on the class
baseball team. Fie has contributed to the Record. He was a
member of the Hotchkiss Club and of the "Arctic Flub." Zeta
Psi. In Freshman year he roomed with George at 1076 Chapel
Street; in Sophomore year with George, Hotchkiss, Ferris, Dean
and A. G. King at 8 College Street; in Junior year with Dean
in 132 Welch; in Senior year with Dean in 346 White.

F T ptegrove expects to go into the mahogany business in Wu
York City. His permanent address is 157 Highland Avenue,
Orange, N. J.



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History of the Class of igio.




Johx Edwin Urquhart, Jr., was born in Ashfield, Massachu-
setts, April g, 1889.

John Edwin Urquhart, his father, born in Alexandria, Virginia,
in 1859, graduated from the University of Maryland in 1882,
took the degree of M.D. at Johns Hopkins, and is a physician,
practising in Ashfield, Massachusetts. Mrs. Urquhart was Helen
Sheer.

Urquhart prepared for Yale at the Sanderson Academy, Ash-
field, Massachusetts. He has participated in crew and track work.
Alpha Delta Phi. In Freshman year he roomed alone in 580
Pierson; in Sophomore year with J. W. Ford and Minnigerode at
260 Crown Street ; in Junior and Senior years with Ford in 96
Welch and 15 Vanderbilt, respectively.

Urquhart's future occupation is undecided. His permanent
address is Ashfield, Mass.



Biography.



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Arthur Van Brunt was born in New York City, July 19,
1885.

George E. Van Brunt, his father, was born in New York City,
in 1854. Mrs. Van Brunt was Mary Elizabeth Canning.

Van Brunt prepared for Yale at the Mt. Hermon School. He
took a High Oration appointment, and was a member of Phi
Beta Kappa. In Freshman year he roomed with Duncan and
Cloud in 599 Pierson; in Sophomore year with G. G. Hyde in
154 Lawrance; in Junior year with G. G. Hyde in 255 Durfee;
in Senior year with Dietz and Andrew in 27 Vanderbilt.

Van Brunt's future occupation is undecided. His permanent
address is 28 East 198th Street, New York City.



;-• History of the Class of iqio.




Adriax Van Sixderex was born in Brooklyn, New York,
February 21, 1887.

William Leslie Van Sinderen, his father, born in Brooklyn in
1856, died in Washington, Connecticut, in 1909, and was an insur-
ance broker, in the firm of Geo. A. Stanton & Co. Mrs. \ an
Sinderen was Alary Brinsmade. Van Sinderen's Yale relatives
include: James Beebee. 1745, great-great-great-grandfather; J. B.
Brinsmade, 1813, great-grandfather; J. B. Brinsmade, 1845, and
Adrian Van Sinderen, 1854, grandfathers; W. B. Brinsmade,
1888, uncle : and J. B. Brinsmade, 1906, cousin.

Van Sinderen prepared for Yale at the Brooklyn Latin School
and at the Ridge School, Washington, Connecticut. He took a
Second Colloquy appointment. He has been active in musical
work, leading the Freshman glee club, singing on the Apollo glee
club in Sophomore year and on the University glee club in Junior
and Senior years, and playing on the University orchestra. He
has also been a member of the College choir throughout his
course. He served on the Dwight Hall General committee and
worked at the Oak Street Boys' Club. He contributed to the
Lit. He was president of the University Dining Hall and a
member of the City Government Club. Psi Upsilon. Elihu
Club. In Freshman year he roomed alone in 566 Pierson ;
through the rest of his course with Bingham and Taft : in Soph-
omore year at 8 College Street: in Junior year in 269 Durfee:
in Senior year in 34 Vanderbilt.

Van Sinderen expects to go into teaching. His permanent
address is Washington. Conn.



Biography.



3 2 7




Frederick Glade Wacker was born in Chicago, Illinois. May
6, 1889.

Charles Henry Wacker, his father, born in Chicago in 1856,
is in business, connected with the Chicago Land Association.
Mrs. Wacker was Ottilie Marie Glade. She died in Chicago in
1905.

W T acker prepared for Yale at the University School in Chicago.
He was manager of the University orchestra in 1908-09. I lc
was a member of the Corinthian Yacht Club, serving on the Race
committee, and was a member of the University Club. Alpha
Delta Phi. In Freshman year he roomed alone at 250 York
Street; in Sophomore year alone at 22 College Street; in Junior
year with Seymour in 44 Durfee ; in Senior year with Seymour
in 21 Vanderbilt.

Wacker expects to go into business. 1 lis permanent address is
438 North State Street, Chicago, 111.



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History of the Class of iqio.




Benjamin Franklin Bean Wallis was born in Fitchburg,
Massachusetts, September 27, 1886.

William B. Wallis, bis father, born in Ashby, Massachusetts,

in 1863, died May 7, 1907, in Dorcbester, Massachusetts. Mrs.
Wallis was Mary L. Bean.

Wallis prepared for Yale at the DeMeritte School in Boston.
He has won a "Y," rowing- on the Freshman crew, the University
four-oared crew and the 'Varsity eight. He was on the
University basketball squad in 1908 and on the class hockey squad
in that year. Zeta Psi. In Freshman year be roomed with
Knight in 201 Farnam : in Sophomore year with Daggett. Mer-
riman. Knight, and Cowles at 22 College Street; in Junior year
with Cowles in 116 Welch ; in Senior year with Cowles in 482
Haughton.

Wallis expects to go into business. His permanent address
is 75 Warren Street, Roxbury, Mass.






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Chengting T. Wang was bora in Xingpo, China, September 8,
1882.

Yiu-kwong, his father, born in Ningpo, in 1842, and a graduate
of Trinity College, Ningpo, is a minister.

Wang prepared for college at the Imperial Pei-Yang Univer-
sity, and entered Yale in the class of 191 1 in the fall of
1908, joining the class of 1910 in Senior year, after a
year at the University of Michigan. He has been active in
religious work, organizing and leading a Bible class of Chinese
students at Yale, and serving as traveling secretary for the religi-
ous work among Chinese students in America. He was president
of the Chinese Students' Alliance and a member of the Cosmo-
politan Club. During Senior year he has roomed with Tang
and Ma in 467 Fayerweather.

Wang expects to go into Y. M. C. A. work. Mis permanent
address is. Care of the General Committee of Y. M. C. A.
Shanghai, China.



History of the Class of H)io.





Ernest Ross Warren was born in Killingly, Connecticut,
September 2, 1888.

Franklin Tierce Warren, his father, born in Killingly. in 1853,
is a lumberman. Mrs. Warren was Rosa Anna Ross. Warren's
Yale relatives are: an uncle, Lewis Warren, 1876, and a cousin,
E. L. Warren, 1906.

Warren prepared for Yale at the Killingly High School and
at the Worcester Academy. He took a First Dispute appointment.
He sang on the Freshman glee club, and has interested himself
in the work at Yale Hall. Book and Bond. In Freshman year
he roomed with Sanderson in 536 Pierson ; in Sophomore year
with Sanderson in 172 Lawrance ; in Junior year with Tillinghast
and Sanderson in 407 Berkeley ; in Senior year with the same
roommates in 470 Fayerweather.

Warren expects to go into teaching. His permanent address is
Killingly, Conn.






Biography. 331




Harvey Tracy Warren was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut,
September 14, 1888.

Tracy Bronson Warren, his father, born in Watertown, Con-
necticut, in 1847, i- s m the insurance business in Bridgeport. Mrs.
Warren was Clara Arabella Mills. Warren's Yale relatives are:
two brothers, J. M. Warren, 1896 S., B. M. Warren, 1904, and a
cousin, C. H. Warren, 1896 S.

Warren prepared for Yale at the Taft School, Watertown,
Connecticut, and with a tutor. His chief interests in College have
centered in the Dramatic Association, of which he was vice-presi-
dent in Senior year. In Freshman year he acted the part of
Thomasin in "The Amazons," and of Peter in "The Pretenders" :
in Sophomore year he was stage manager of the French and < icr-
man plays and acted the part of Bobchinski in "Revizor";
in Junior year he acted the part of Tiburina in "The Critic,"
and of Dame Quickly in "The Merry Wives of Windsor," and
in Senior year he was Dazzle in "London Assurance." I fe has
contributed to the Cpurant and has done some work at the Yale
Hope Mission. He was a member of the Freshman Swimming
team and of the Corinthian Yacht Club, /.eta Psi. In Fresh
man year he roomed alone in 561 Pierson; in Sophomore year
with Brigham and E. L. Roberts, Jr., at 11 College Street; in
Junior year with Brigham and Mabbatt in 353 White; in Senior
year with Eames in 42 Vanderbilt.

Warren expects to go into business. Mis permanent address
is 405 Seaview Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn.



332 History of the Class of Tgio.




Edwix Morey Waterbury was born in Geneseo, New York,
September 26, 1884.

Reuben A. Waterbury, his father, born in Cuba, New York,
in 1841, received the degree of M.A, and Ph.D. from Alfred
University and is a professor. Airs. Waterbury was Frances
Amelia Butts.

Waterbury prepared for college at Corning Free Academy,
Corning, Xew York, and at Mercersburg Academy, and entered
Yale after attending Williams in the class of 1909. He took
a Second Dispute appointment. He has worked for the News,
and has interested himself in Dwight Hall work. He was a
member of the Mercersburg Club, holding the office of president
in Sophomore year and treasurer in Junior year ; and was
secretary and treasurer of the Masonic Club in Sophomore year
and vice-president in Junior year and was a member of the Acacia
Club. In Senior year he was absent from college until spring,
working as city editor of the Corning Evening Leader. Alpha
Sigma Phi. In Freshman year he roomed with Russell in 215
Farnam ; in Sophomore year with Russell in 162 Lawrance : in
Junior year with Russell and Brewer in 256 Durfee ; in Senior
year with the same roommates in 334 Fayerweather.

Waterbury expects to go into journalism. His permanent
address is 214 Walnut Street, Corning. X. Y.



Biography.



333




Henry Crouch Webb was born in Dover, Delaware, May 12,



Wesley Webb, bis father, born in Unity, Maine, took the
degree of M.S. at the University of Maine in 1884 and is the
secretary of the Delaware State Board of Agriculture. Mrs.
Webb was Mary A. Crouch.

Webb prepared for college at Wilmington Conference Acad-
emy, Dover, Delaware, and entered Yale after a year at Wes-
leyan in the class of 1909. He has engaged in work at Yale
Hall. Beta Theta Pi. In Freshman year he roomed alone at
276 Prospect Street; in Sophomore year alone at 249 Crown
Street ; in Junior year alone in 384 Berkeley ; in Senior year
with Timm in 41 Vanderbilt.

W r ebb expects to go into agriculture. His permanent address
is Dover, Del.



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History of the Class of ipio.



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Arthur Weil was born in New Haven, Connecticut, July
20, 1887.

Louis P. Weil, his father, born in New Haven in 1862, is a
traveling- salesman. Mrs. Weti was Flora Rosenthal.

Weil prepared for Yale at the Xew Haven High School. He
played on the University orchestra. He has roomed at home
throughout his course.

Weil expects to practice medicine, after taking a course at
the Yale Medical School. His permanent address is 352 Orange
Street, Xew Haven, Conn.



Biography.



535




William Bakewell Wharton was born in Allegheny, Penn-
sylvania, February 26, 1888.

Charles Wharton, Jr., his father, born in Philadelphia, Penn-
sylvania, in 1857, is connected with the Massachusetts Bonding
Company, and resides in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Mrs.
Wharton was Frances E. Bakewell.

Wharton prepared for Yale at the Shadyside Academy in
Pittsburg. He tied with W. D. Frank, 1911, for the John Hub-
bard Curtis prize in Senior year. In Freshman year he roomed
with Heard at 256 York Street; in Sophomore year alone at 251
Crown Street; in Junior year with Clifford in 251 Durfee ; in
Senior year with Clifford in 447 Fayerweather.

Wharton expects to become a lawyer, alter taking a course
at the Pittsburg Law School. His permanent address is 251
Emerson Street, Pittsburg, Pa.



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History of the Class of ipio.




Ralph Harkxess Whipple was born in Bridgeport, Connec-
ticut, December 29, 1887.

Rollin Dean Whipple, his father, born in Cheshire, Massa-
chusetts, in 1858, is president of the Bridgeport Deoxidized
Bronze and Metal Company. Mrs. Whipple was Cora Luella
Harkness.

Whipple prepared for Yale at the Bridgeport High School.
Throughout his entire course he has lived in Bridgeport.

Whipple's future occupation is undecided. His permanent
address is 115 Yale Street, Bridgeport, Conn.



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337




Francis Joseph Whitcomb was born in Bridgeport, Connec-
ticut, March 2, 1888.

Joseph Harvey Whitcomb, his father, born in Peru, Indiana,
in 1863, is a merchant, residing in Bridgeport. Mrs. Whitcomb
was Mary Connolly. Whitcomb has a brother, W. H. Whit-
comb, in the class of 1912.

Whitcomb prepared for Yale at the Bridgeport High School.
In Freshman year he roomed alone in 527 Pierson ; in Soph-
omore year alone at 249 Crown Street ; in Junior year with
Zacher in 367 White; in Senior year alone in 22 Vanderbilt

Whitcomb expects to become a lawyer, and will be at the
Columbia Law School next year. His permanent address is
447 Shelton Street, Bridgeport, Conn.



History of the Class of iqio.




William Preston White was born in St. Paul, Minnesota,
October i. 1887.

William Gardner White, his father, born in Chicopee, Massa-
chusetts, in 1857, graduated from the Harvard Law School in
1875, and is a lawyer, practicing in St. Paul. Mrs. White was
Carolyn Elizabeth Hall. White's brother, Edwin White, grad-
uated from Yale in the class of 1906.

White prepared for Yale at the St. Paul Academy and Andover.
He was a Wrangler. In Junior year he was assistant manager,
and in Senior year manager, of the University Football Asso-
ciation. He sang on the Freshman glee club and played on the
class baseball team. He is a cup man and a member of the
Hogans and of the University Club. Psi Upsilon. Scroll and
Key. In Freshman year he roomed with Lowe and Eames at
233 York Street ; in Sophomore year with Griggs and L. G.
Hall at 8 College Street : in Junior year with Hartridge and
Johnston in 468 Fayerweather ; and in Senior year with John-
ston in 3 Yanderbilt.

White expects to become a financier. His permanent address
is 767 Goodrich Avenue. St. Paul. Minn.



Biography. 339




Edwin A. Whitman was born in Venice, New York, October
5- 1887.

Aaron Clarke Whitman, his father, born in Venice in 1855, is
engaged in farming there. Mrs. Whitman was May Alley.
Whitman has had three cousins at Yale: Frank Strong, [884,
Otis Strong, 1885, and F. N. Wakefield, 1906.

Whitman prepared for Yale at Moravia High School. He
took a High Oration appointment and is a member of Phi Beta
Kappa. He was a member of the Freshman Debating Union,
He engaged in work at Yale Hall in Freshman year and at
Welcome Hall in Junior year. In Freshman year he tied
for first prize in the Barge Mathematical competition, and in
Sophomore year he was awarded the Barge Mathematical Prize,
and the Andrew D. White Historical Prize. In Freshman year
he roomed with Keeler and Widger in 151 Lawrance; in Soph-
omore year with Widger and G. C. Wilson in 151 Lawrance; in
Junior and Senior years with Widger and Wilson in 216 Farnam.

Whitman expects to teach. His permanent address is l\. I'. I).
19, Moravia, N. Y.



34° History of the Class of ipio.




Howard DeForest Widger was born in Homer, New York,
December 25, 1887.

Byron Elkanah Widger, bis father, born in Solon, Xew York,
in 1862, is a hardware merchant, of the firm of B. E. Widger


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