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Dnrfee : in Senior year with Bellamy in 67 Yanderbilt.

Marshall expects to practice law, after a course at the Harvard
Law School. His permanent address is Charleston, 111.



Biography.



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Ira Mack Mason was born in Birmingham, Alabama, Novem-
ber 21, 1886.

James Elias Mason, his father, born in Birmingham, in 1858,
lives in that city. Mrs. Mason was Gertrude Emma McLinn.

Mason graduated from Talladega College, Talladega, Ala-
bama, in 1907, entering Yale in September, 1908. In Junior
year he roomed with Ish, 1909, and Thorne, 1909, in 658 West
Divinity ; in Senior year alone in 400 Berkeley.

Mason expects to practice medicine, after a course at the
University of Chicago Medical School. His permanent address
is 1525 7th Avenue, Birmingham, Ala.



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Lesley Mason was born in Roselle, New Jersey, September
21, 1887.

The Rev. Rufus S. Chase, Mason's uncle, under whose
guardianship he lives, was born in Portland, Maine, in 1859. He
graduated from the Harvard Theological School in 1891, and is
an Episcopal rector, residing in Wakefield, Massachusetts. Mrs.
Mason was Emmeline Davis Chase.

Mason prepared for Yale at the Williston Seminary, East-
hampton, Massachusetts, and entered Yale with the class of
1908, leaving college in September, 1907, and joining 1910 in
January, 1909. He was awarded the Winston Trowbridge
Townsend Prize in 1904-05. He has contributed to the Lit. In
his Freshman year he roomed with R. D. Hunting, 1908, in
169 Farnam ; in Sophomore year with G. C. Porter. 1908, in
218 Farnam; in Junior year with O. H. Cooper, 1908, at 155
Elm Street; in Senior year with C. J. McGraw, 1912 L., in 78
Connecticut.

Mason expects to take up dramatic journalism. His permanent
address is 5 Bryant Street, Wakefield. Mass.



Biography.



241




George E. Matthews, Jr., was born in Buffalo, New York,
May 11, 1888.

George Matthews, his father, born in Buffalo, in 185 1, and
a graduate of Yale in 1877, is president of the firm of Matthews,
Northrop & Co., and lives in Grand Island, Erie County, New
York. Mrs. Matthews was Mary Elizabeth Burrows.

Matthews prepared for Yale at the Hotchkiss School. He has
been prominent in hockey, playing on the 1910 Freshman hockey
team. Zeta Psi. Throughout his entire course he has roomed
with H. H. Baker : in Freshman year at 250 York Street, in
Sophomore year at 22 College Street, in Junior year in 263
Durfee, in Senior year in 478 Haughton.

Matthews expects to go into business. His permanent address
is Falconwood, Grand Island, Erie County, N. Y.



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Thomas Means was born in New Haven, Connecticut,
September 19, 1889.

The Rev. Stewart Means (Kenyon College r.i'-i8/3, B.A.
Union Theological Seminary 1875, B.D. Cambridge Episcopal
Seminary 1876, M.A. Kenyon 1881, D.D. Trinity 1904, D.D.
Yale 1904), his father, born in Steubenville, Ohio, in 1852, is
rector of St. John's Episcopal Church in Xew Haven. Mrs.
Means was Katherine Elizabeth Gower. Means has had the
following relatives at Yale: Howard Mansfield, 1871, Burton
Mansfield, 1875 S., H. L. Gower, 1880.

Means prepared for Yale at the Xew Haven High School.
He took a Eirst Dispute appointment. He has done some Sun-
day school work and was leader of a High School group. He
has been prominent in swimming and gymnastic work, being a
member of the University gymnastic team, winning his "Y" in
Senior year. In Freshman year and in the first term of Sopho-
more year he roomed at his home. 356 Humphrey Street: in the
second term of Sophomore year with S. M. Bradley, 1909 S., in
Sheff. Yanderbilt ; in Junior year at home ; in Senior year with
French and Mather, 1910 S., in 486 Haughton.

Means expects to be a teacher, after taking a course at Oxford.
His permanent address i^ 356 Humphrey Street, Xew Haven,
Conn.



Biography. 243




Edgar Menderson was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, September
30, 1888.

Jacob Menderson, his father, born in Cincinnati, in 1853, is
a retired manufacturer;, and lives in Cincinnati. Mrs. Menderson
was Bertha Obermayer. Menderson's Yale relatives are : J. A.
Goldman, 1905, R. P. Goldman, 191 1, II. Beckman, 191 1 S., and
C. N. Menderson, 1912, all cousins.

Menderson prepared for Yale at the Franklin School, Cincin-
nati. He took a Philosophical Oration appointment. He has
contributed to the Record, and is a member of the Cercle Francais
and Phi Beta Kappa. In Freshman year he roomed alone in
539 Pierson ; in Sophomore year with Bean, Bigelow, W. G.
Davis, McCord and Peter at 254 Crown Street ; in Junior year
with Peter in 447 Fayerweather ; in Senior year with Peter
in 13 Vanderbilt.

Menderson expects to be a mechanical engineer, and will take
a course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His
permanent address is 3325 Burnett Avenue, Avondale, Cincinnati,
Ohio.



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Buckingham Parsons Merriman was born in Waterbury,
Connecticut, August 18, 1887.

William Buckingham Merriman, his father, born in Waterbury
in 1852, is a banker, connected with the Waterbury National
Bank. Airs. Merriman was Sarah Kingsbury Parsons.

Merriman prepared for Yale at the Pomfret School, Pom fret,
Connecticut. He took an Oration appointment. He was a member
of the Freshman golf team, and captain of the class golf team in
1907-08. He was manager of the University golf team in Junior
year, and captain in Senior year, and in 1909 was president of
the Intercollegiate Golf x\ssociation. He was a member of the
University Club, of the Yale Corinthian Yacht Club, of the
Pomfret Club, and of the Spanish Club. Delta Kappa Epsilon.
In Freshman year he roomed alone at 242 York Street ; in
Sophomore year with Cowles, Daggett, Knight, and Wallis at
22 College Street ; in Junior year with Daggett in 237 Durfee ;
in Senior year with Daggett in 2 Yanderbilt.

Merriman expects to become a lawyer. His permanent
address is 102 Prospect Street, Waterbury, Conn.



Biography. 245




John Trumbull Metcalf was born in New Haven, Con-
necticut, March 21, 1889.

William Henry Metcalf (Philadelphia Dental College 1884),
his father, born in Nantucket, Massachusetts, in 1846, is a dentist,
and resides at 119 College Street, New Haven, Connecticut.
Mrs. Metcalf was Grace Rutherford Boyd. J. B. Metcalf, LL.B.
in 1864, was a cousin.

Metcalf prepared for Yale at the Hopkins Grammar School,
New Haven, and at the Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Connecti-
cut. He took an Oration appointment. He was a member of
the Dramatic Association and took the part of Sir Hugh Evans
in "The Merry Wives of Windsor," and the part of Mark Meddle
in "London Assurance." In Freshman, Sophomore and Junior
years he roomed alone at 119 College Street; in Senior year
with F. T. Bailey in 477 Haughton.

Metcalf expects to study law. His permanent address is 119
College Street, New Haven, Conn.



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Meade Minnigerode was born in London, England, June 19,
1887.

Meade Minnigerode, his father, born in Richmond, Virginia,
died in 1897 in Monaco. Mrs. Minnigerode was Eleanor Coxe.
A. B. Coxe, 1887, is a cousin.

Minnegerode prepared for Yale at Harrow, England, and by
private tutor. He took a Second Dispute appointment. While
at Yale he was a member of the College' choir, of the Apollo
glee club and the quartette during Freshman year, and of the Uni-
versity glee club and quartette. He was coxswain of the class
crew and a member of the soccer and fencing teams. He
belonged to the following clubs: University, French, Corinthian
Yacht, Cosmopolitan (of which he was vice-president I. Growl-
er-. Whiffenpoofs, Hogans, "Arctic" and Suffragette. He was
also a member of the Editorial Board of the Courant. Delta
Kappa Epsilon. Elihu Club. In Freshman year he roomed alone
in 563 Pierson ; in Sophomore year with J. W. Ford and
Urquhart at 260 Crown Street; in Junior year with R. B. Hall
in 250 Durfee : in Senior year with Collin Ford in 49 Vanderbilt.

Minnigerode expects to enter the publishing business in New
York City. His permanent address is. Care of Howard Thornton,
314 Grand Street. Newburgh, X. Y.



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Biography.



247




Louis David Minsk was born in Dwinsk, Russia, July 12, i<

Joseph Minsk, his father, born in Yilna, Russia, in 1858, is a
farmer, and resides in Colchester, Connecticut. Mrs. Minsk was
Bella Rodunsky.

Minsk prepared for Yale at Bacon Academy, Colchester. He
took a First Colloquy appointment. In Freshman year he roomed
with Gellert at 114 High Street; in Sophomore, Junior and
Senior years with Gellert at 1193 Chapel Street.

Minsk expects to enter the Yale Medical School. His per-
manent address is Colchester, Conn.



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Erwix Albert Morse was born in Brooklyn, New York,
January 28, 1888.

C. W. Morse (Bowdoin 1877), his father, born in Bath, Maine,
1857, resides in New York City, where he is in the transportation
business. Mrs. Morse was Harriet B. Hussey. She died at
Saranac, Xew York, in 1898.

Morse prepared for Yale at the Bath (Maine) High School,
and at Andover. He was a member of the Freshman four-oar
crew. He was a member of the University Club, of the Cor-
inthian Yacht Club and of the Andover Club. Alpha Delta Phi.
In Freshman year he roomed with Sewall at 242 York Street ;
in Sophomore year with Sewall. E. C. Roberts, Hewes, W. H.
Parsons, and Reginald Roome at 22 College Street ; in Junior
year with E. C. Roberts in 100 Welch : in Senior year with
E. C. Roberts in 88 Connecticut.

Morse expects to take up transportation. His permanent
address is 942 Washington Street, Bath, Maine.



Biography. 249




Oliver Cromwell Morse, Jr., was born in Springfield, Mas-
sachusetts, July 3, 1888.

Oliver C. Morse (B.A. Yale 1868; D.D. Rollins College
1905), his father, born in New York City in 1847, is in the
real estate and investment business, and resides at 44 Melbourne
Avenue, Mamaroneck, New York. Mrs. Morse was Ella Jones.
Among Morse's Yale relatives, besides his father, are the follow-
ing: a great-grandfather, Jedediah Morse, 1793; great-uncles,
S. F. B. Morse, 1810, S. E. Morse, 181 1; grandfather, R. C.
Morse, 1812 ; uncles, S. E. Morse, 1856, R. C. Morse, 1862,
W. H. Morse, 1867; brothers, R. C. Morse, Jr., 1906 S., Anthony
Morse, 1913.

Morse prepared for Yale at the Norwich Free Academy, Nor-
wich, Connecticut, and the Central High School, Washington,
District of Columbia. I Ie took a First Dispute appointment. He
has been a member of the soccer team and of the second class
crew. He was also a member of the Student Volunteer Band,
and of the executive committee of Dwight Hall. Beta Theta
Pi. In Freshman year he roomed alone at 239 Edwards Street
and in 596 Pierson ; for the next three years with L. L. Barber
and Bidwell in 170 Lawrence, 258 Durfee, and in 438 Fayer-
weather, respectively.

Morse's future occupation is undecided. His permanent
address is 44 Melbourne Avenue, Mamaroneck, N. Y.



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History of the Class of igio.




Daniel Mungall, Jr., was born in South Hadley Falls,
Massachusetts, April 2~, 1886.

Daniel Mungall, his father, born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1858.
is a member of the firm of the Parfitt Decorating Company, of
South Hadley Falls, Massachusetts. Mrs. Mungall was Jane
McKay, now deceased.

Mungall prepared for Yale at Williston Academy, Easthamp-
ton, Massachusetts. He was a member of the Freshman debat-
ing team against Harvard. In Freshman year he roomed with
Behrman in 218 Farnam; in Sophomore year with Behrman in
222 Farnam ; in Junior year with H. I. Wood and Buckingham
Miller in 341 White; in Senior year with H. I. Wood and Gedney
in 43 Yanderbilt.

Mungall's future occupation is undecided. His permanent
address is 25 School Street, South Hadley Falls, Mass.



Biography. 251




Frederick James Murphy was born in Southville, Massa-
chusetts, February 4, 1886.

Dennis Ff. Murphy, his father, born in Groton, Massachusetts,
in 1850, is a farmer and resides in Westboro, Massachusetts.
Mrs. Murphy was Georgina C. Blades. Dr. W. Ff. Murphy,
1893, was a relative.

Murphy prepared for Yale at the Westboro High School and
at Andover Academy. He took a Second Dispute appointment.
He was a member of the Freshman football and baseball teams,
of the 'Varsity football, basketball and baseball teams, and captain
of the latter in 1909. He was also a member of the Senior
Council and of the Triennial committee. Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Skull and Bones. In Freshman year he roomed with Austin in
196 Farnam ; in Sophomore year with Austin and J. M. Lynch,
191 1, in 164 Lawrance ; in Junior year with Austin and Lynch
in 247 Durfee ; in Senior year with Austin, Lynch and Goebel
in 12 Vanderbilt.

Murphy expects to enter the Lnited Shoe Machinery Co. His
permanent address is Westboro, Mass.



252 History of the Class of igio.




Arthur Murray, Jr., was born in New York City, July 16,
1888.

Arthur Murray, his father, born in Scotland, is with the firm
of Mosher, Griswold & Co., Auburn, New York, and resides at
47 Nelson Street. Mrs. Murray was Jane Scott.

Murray prepared for Yale at the Auburn Academic High
School. He took a Second Dispute appointment. He has been
a member of the soccer and track teams, and of the Yale Union.
For three years he has been superintendent of the Edwin Ban-
croft Foote Boys' Club. He has also been active in the work
of the Bethany Mission, Yale Hall and Welcome Hall. Beta
Theta Pi. In Freshman year he roomed with H. H. Atwater,
1907 L., at 145 Franklin Street ; in Sophomore year, with
Duncan and Cloud in 169 Lawrance ; in Junior year with Duncan
and W. H. Wood in 466 Fayerweather ; in Senior year with
Stevens and Duncan in 466 Fayerweather..

Murray's future occupation is undecided. He considers study-
ing law. His permanent address is 47 Nelson Street, Auburn,
N. Y.



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253




Daniel Herman Myers was born in Albany, New York,
March 16, 1889.

Max Myers, LL.B. Union 1874, his father, born in Albany,
in 1855, is a lawyer and resides in Albany. Mrs. Myers was
Pauline Fisher.

Myers prepared for Yale at the Albany Academy. He took
a Second Colloquy appointment. In Freshman year he roomed
alone at 248 York Street ; in Sophomore year with Jansen at
236 Crown Street ; in Junior and Senior years with Jansen in
370 White.

Myers expects to enter the Columbia Law School. His per-
manent address is 216 State Street, Albany, N. Y.



254 History of the Class of igio.




Arthur T. Nabstedt was born in Davenport, Iowa, July 2,

1885.

Jacob Nabstedt, his father, born in Germany, is a retired real
estate dealer. Mrs. Nabstedt was Dorothy Wagner.

Nabstedt prepared for Yale at the Phillips (Exeter) Academy.
He joined the class of 1910 S., later coming into 1910 Academic.
He was a member of the Freshman, Apollo and University glee
clubs and was a member of the gymnastic, Freshman football and
crew squads. He was also a member of the College choir and
of the Exeter Club. Psi Upsilon. In Freshman year he roomed
alone in 585 Pierson; in Sophomore year with \Y. H. Wood at
214 Crown Street; in Junior year with Woodford and Machette
in 398 Berkeley ; in Senior year with D. T. Smith and Powers
in 53 Vanderbilt.

Nabstedt expects to enter the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology to study Engineering. His permanent address is
1024 West 9th Street, Davenport, Iowa.



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Frank Thayer Nelson was born in Detroit, Michigan, May

22, 1887.

Edwin Horatio Nelson, his father, born in Toronto, Canada,
in 1859, is a manufacturing chemist, of the firm of Nelson, Baker
& Co. He resides at 1737 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit. Mrs. Nel-
son was Anna Louise Gilkeson.

Nelson prepared for Yale at the Detroit University School and
the Lawrenceville School. He was a member of the track team
and captain of it in 1910. He was also a member of the Yacht
Club. Alpha Delta Phi. Elihu Club. In Freshman year he
roomed alone at 242 York Street ; in Sophomore year with
P. Roberts at 22 College Street ; in Junior year with Roberts in
253 Durfee ; in Senior year with Roberts in 32 Vanderbilt.

Nelson expects to enter the Harvard Law School. His per-
manent address is 1737 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Mich.



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Earle Stakemiller Nesbitt was born in Mount Carroll, Illi-
nois, August 31, 1886.

John D. Nesbitt, his father, born in Hanover, Illinois, in 1853,
is a farmer and resides in Pawnee City, Nebraska. Airs. Nesbitt
was Annetta Stakemiller.

Nesbitt prepared for college at the Pawnee City High School,
•Preparatory School of Park College and the Preparatory Depart-
ment of Tarkio College. He was a member of Tarkio College and
entered Yale at the beginning of Junior year. He was a member
of the University orchestra. In Junior year he roomed at 1169
Chapel Street and 279 Crown Street ; in Senior year in 40
Vanderbilt.

Nesbitt expects to enter banking. His permanent address is
Pawnee City, Nebr.



Biography.



257




George W. Nickel was born in San Francisco, California,
February 2, 1887.

James Leroy Nickel, his father, born in Connellsville, Penn-
sylvania, in 1852, is a member of the firm of Miller & Son., Inc.,
and resides in Menlo Park, California. Mrs. Nickel was Nellie
Miller.

Nickel prepared for college at the Belmont Preparatory School
and attended thereafter the Stanford University and the Univer-
sity of California, joining" Yale at the beginning of Junior
year. He was a member of the class golf team and of the
University Club. In Junior year he roomed alone in 114 Welch;
in Senior year with Ffayne in 4 Vanderbilt.

Nickel's permanent address is Menlo Park, Cal.



258 History of the Class of iqio.




Laurence Harper Norton was born in Cleveland, Ohio, May
8, 1888.

David Z. Norton, his father, born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 185 1,
is a member of the firm of Oglebay, Norton Company, in the
iron ore business, and a banker, and resides at 7301 Euclid
Avenue, Cleveland. Mrs. Norton was Mary Hamilton Derby
Castle. His Yale relatives were a great-great-great-grand father,
Abel Newell, 175 1 ; a brother, R. C. Norton, 1902; and a cousin,
W. C. Rhodes, 1891.

Norton prepared for Yale at the University School, Cleve-
land. He took a First Colloquy appointment. He was a member
of the University, the Corinthian Yacht, the University School
(Cleveland), the Cosmopolitan and the Kit Cat clubs. He was
a member of the executive committee of the City Government
Club. He was also dramatic editor of the Yale Courant and a
contributor of the Lit. He was active in various religious
activities, and a member of the Berkeley Association. Psi
Upsilon. In Freshman year he roomed with Hoyt at 242 York
Street; in Sophomore year with Riddle at 18 College Street;
in Junior year with Riddle and J. E. Barber in ^2 White ; in
Senior year with Riddle in 494 Haughton.

Norton is undecided as to his future occupation. His per-
manent address is 7301 Euclid Avenue. Cleveland, Ohio.



Biography. 259




Garnett Morgan Noyes was born in Warren, Pennsylvania,
April 17, 1888.

Charles Henry Noyes, his father, born in Marshall, Michigan,
in 1849, died in Warren, in 1898, was president judge of the
31st Judicial District of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Noyes was Effie
Morgan. She resides in Warren. Noyes numbers among his
Yale relatives James Noyes (Harvard, 1659), his great-great-
great-great-grandfather, one of the founders and trustees of
Yale. His brother, C. M. Noyes, is a member of the class of

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Noyes prepared for Yale at the Mohegan Lake School and
Phillips (Exeter) Academy. He took a First Colloquy appoint-
ment. He was a member of the Wranglers, of the University
Athletic Association, the Lannigans, and of the University Club.
He was manager of the tennis team and University courts and
was president of the Exeter Club. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Wolf's
Head. In Freshman year he roomed with Hawke in 522 Pierson ;
in Sophomore year with Hawke, Fouts and Franchot at 8 College
Street ; in Junior year with Hawke in 99 Welch ; in Senior year
with Fouts in 1 Vanderbilt.

Noyes' future occupation is undecided. His permanent address
is Warren, Pa.



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George Otte Oberhelman was born in Cincinnati. Ohio,

AltgUSt 22., l888.

John Oberhelman, his father, born in Boone County, Kentucky,
in 1847. i s a tobacco broker and resides at 1939 Cleneay Avenue,
Norwood, Ohio. Mrs. Oberhelman was Mary Louise Otte.

Oberhelman prepared for Yale at Norwood High School. He
took an Oration appointment. In Freshman year he roomed
with McCarthy in 230 Farnam; in Sophomore year alone in
229 Farnam: in Junior and Senior years with Behrman in 218
Farnam.

Oberhelman expects to teach. His permanent address is 1939
Cleneay Avenue. Norwood, Ohio.



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Biography




Harold Obernauer was born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania,
January 3, 1887.

Herman Obernauer, bis father, born in Laupheim, Witrttem-
berg, Germany, in 1856, and a graduate of tbe Commercial
College, Bucbau, Germany, is a member of tbe firm of H.
Obernauer & Co., distillers, and resides in Pittsburg. Mrs.
Obernauer was Bertba Din'ch.

Obernauer prepared for Yale at tbe Shadyside Academy,
Pittsburg. He took a Dissertation appointment. He was presi-
dent of the Yale Debating Union, vice-president of the "Bryan
Club," and a member of the Spanish Club, Cercle Frangais and
the Yale Masonic Club. He was also a member of the Yale
Debating Association, and of the Dramatic Association. He took
the part of Major Belton in the "Fire Eater," Lord Burleigh
in the "Critic," Nym in "Merry Wives of Windsor," and
Max Harkazvay in "London Assurance." Throughout his course
he has roomed alone : in Freshman year at 1079 Chapel Street,
in Sophomore year at 248 Crown Street, in Junior year in 134
Welch, in Senior year in 495 Haughton.

Obernauer expects to enter the Pittsburg or the Harvard
Law School. His permanent address is 1841 Centre Avenue,
Pittsburg, Pa.



262 History of the Class of ipio.




Howard Vincent O'Brien was born in Chicago, Illinois, July
ii, 1888.

William Vincent O'Brien, his father, born in Chicago, in 1859,
is an art dealer, of the firm of M. O'Brien & Son. 208 'Wabash
Avenue, Chicago. Mrs. O'Brien was Mary Ellen McGrath.

O'Brien prepared for Yale at the Chicago Latin School. He
took a First Colloquy appointment. He was a member of the
Kit Cat and the Cosmopolitan clubs, and served on the Lit.,
Courant and Record boards. Zeta Psi. Wolf's Head. In
Freshman year he roomed alone at 250 York Street ; in Sopho-
more year with Machette, Xabstedt. AY H. Wood, Hopkins.
Bretz, Powers, and D. T. Smith at 214 Crown Street; in Junior
year with Bayne-Jones in 261 Durfee : in Senior with Bayne-
Jones in 476 Haughton.

O'Brien expects to become an art dealer. His permanent
address is 426 Arlington Place. Chicago, 111.

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