Winter pictured in The Official National Collegiate Athletic Association football guide, 1893
|Date of birth:||August 8, 1872|
|Place of birth:||Hudson, Wisconsin|
|Date of death:||May 10, 1947(aged 74)|
|Place of death:||Chicago, Illinois|
|College:||Yale University, 1890-1892|
Wallace Charles Winter, Sr. (August 8, 1872 – May 10, 1947) was an All-American football player. He played tackle for Yale University from 1890–1892 and was selected to the 1891 College Football All-America Team.
After graduating from Yale, Winter became a competitive golfer.
Winters's son, Wallace C. Winter, Jr., was also a back for the Yale football team, but quit the team to serve as an aviator in France during World War I. The younger Winter was reported killed in action in March 1917 while flying behind enemy lines in Germany. However, the initial reports were in error, and Winter survived to receive the Croix de Guerre.
- "War Cross for Former Yale Back" (PDF). The New York Times. 1918-02-19.
- "War's Toll of American Officers in First Year; Twenty-seven Killed in France or Lost in Naval Fighting Zone Since Last April, While Many Others Have Died in Training at Home" (PDF). The New York Times. 1918-03-24.
- "U.S. Airman May Still Be Alive". Tyrone Daily Herald. 1918-03-30.