William Tatlock ’52
Gridiron Captain, Four-Sport Letterman, Record-Setting Basketball Player and Scholar. On and off the playing field, Bill Tatlock proved himself to be one of those rare individuals who can combine fine athletic ability with excellent scholastic aptitude. During his four years at Pingry, he participated in football, track, tennis and also set a school basketball scoring record during the 1951-1952 season. Winner of sports letters throughout his last two years at Big Blue, he was Captain of the 1951 Football Team and brought honor to the school as an All-State Honorable Mention football player. His versatility extended beyond the playing fields. As a student he was active in class office and won scholastic distinction as a member of the Cum Laude Society. After Pingry, he entered Yale University where he lettered in basketball. An attorney by profession, he continues to pursue and enjoy athletic challenges as an active tennis player, skier, cyclist, and mountaineer.