Pioneer of contemporary statistics who was simply also an influential economic theorist. He was also a longtime Mathematics Teacher at the School of NEW YORK at Chapel Hill and received the NEW YORK Award for efforts to research in 1972. After completing his doctorate in mathematics at Princeton, he struck up a correspondence with fellow mathematician R.A. Fisher, motivating his later function. While functioning at Columbia School he sponsored refugees from Western european anti-semitism and Nazism by placing them on his analysis team. He was created in Fulda, Minnesota. He was the instructor of another extremely important economist, Milton Friedman.