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GEORGE HAROLD MORGAN, Mus. B.
ANDREW DUNCAN MCINTOSH, B.A.
Director of the Development Program
Prepared for college at the Hiland Academy where he was a member of the
Cum Laude Society, Debating Club, and Dramatics Club, and played Varsity
baseball and tennis. Graduated from Hiland College in 1899 with a B.A.
degree. Was Valedictorian of his class and in the Erodelphian Honor Society.
Was again in the Debating and Dramatics Clubs as well as on the baseball and
tennis teams. Taught at the Kiskiminitas Spring School from 1900 to 1902.
Did graduate work at Princeton from 1899 to 1900, and at Yale from 1902 to
1903. Came to Taft in 1903.
Chairman of llae Marie Departmenl
Prepared for college at the Morrison R. Waite High School in Toledo, Ohio,
where he was Editor of the yearbook. Attended Columbia University from
1919 to 1920 and was a member of the Delta Upsilon fraternity. Studied at
the Institute of Musical Arts in New York City from 1919 to 1922. Taught
there and at the Horace Mann School in 1922. Received his Mus. B. degree
from Yale University in 1930. Came to Taft in 1923.
ROLAND WINTHROP TYLER, Ph.B., M.A.
Prepared for college at the Beverly High School in Beverly, Massachusetts,
where he was Editor of the school newspaper. Spent his first college years at
the University of New Hampshire. Was a member of the Delta Pi Epsilon
fraternity, on the editorial staff of the newspaper and yearbook, and in the
Debating and Dramatic Clubs. Graduated from Yale University in 1925 with
a Ph.B. degree and honors, and he was on the Debating Team. Received his
M.A. degree from Boston University in 1931. Former Watertown representative
in Connecticut Legislature. Came to Taft in 1925.
HENRY PUTNAM STEARNS, B.A., M.A.
Chairman of History Departmenl
Prepared for college at the Choate School in Wallingford, Connecticut, where
he was Editor of the school paper, on the Student Council, and played Varsity
baseball. Served briefly in the Army Field Artillery as a Corporal during the
First World War. Graduated from Yale University in 1922 with a B.A.
degree. Was a member of the Zeta Psi fraternity, Manager of the Freshman
basketball team, and delivered the Ivy Oration. Taught at the Choate School
the following year and at the Westminster School in Simsbury, Connecticut,
from 1923 to 1926. Received his M.A. degree in 1927 from Harvard University.
Was Head of the History Department at the John Burroughs School in St.
Louis, Missouri, from 1927 to 1928. Came to Taft in 1928.