Education: For Anglo-Saxons

Lewis Baker Warren entered Yale's Sheffield Scientific School in 1906, studied electrical engineering, got mediocre grades. Those who knew the tall, handsome lad with the blue eyes and dark hair thought him a great fellow, believed he had a good future. At the end of the year he made a Sheff club, York Hall, and a fraternity, Chi Phi. But because he was shy and sickly, he took part in no sports, remained unknown to most of his classmates. In 1908 Lewis Baker Warren was too ill to return to Yale. In 1912 he died.

Lewis Warren had come of old Colonial...

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