Born in Chicago’s Austin neighborhood; played at Westward Ho before and after standout career at Yale. Took engineering degree and became architect before World War I, continued into 1960s. Standout layouts among some 200 courses, most with Theodore Moreau as shaper, include Lawsonia Links and West Bend in Wisconsin, Wakonda in Iowa, Blythefield in Michigan, Culver in Indiana, and Bryn Mawr, Butterfield, Kankakee Elks, Ruth Lake and Schaumburg in Illinois. Co-founder and twice president of American Society of Golf Course Architects. Owner of public courses, longtime USGA Public Links committeeman.