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Griggs intends to enter the grocery business, and will be with
Griggs, Cooper & Co., of St. Paul, Minn. His permanent
address is 365 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, Minn.



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Thomas Farris Hale was born in Danville, Kentucky, March
17. 1888.

Philip Thomas Hale, his father, LL.D. Union University,
born in Madison Count} - , Alabama, in 1857. and a graduate of
Howard College in 1879, is corresponding" secretary of the
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and resides in Louisville,
Kentucky. Airs. Hale was Lena Lyle Bolinger.

Hale prepared for college at the Louisville High School, and
came to Yale at the beginning of Senior year, after graduating
from Georgetown College in 1908. He has roomed alone at 311
York Street.

Hale expects to become a physician. His permanent address
is 1224 Brook Street, Louisville, Ky.



Biography. 167




Lyle Gillis Hall was born in St. Mary's, Pennsylvania,
August 13, 1886.

J. K. P. Hall, his father, born in Bellefont, Pennsylvania, is
a banker and resides in Ridgway. Pennsylvania. Mrs. Hall was
Kate Maria Hyde. A brother, W. E. Hall, graduated with the
class of 1900 S.

Hall prepared for Yale at Andover and St. Paid's. He has
been a member of the Apollo glee and University glee clubs, being-
leader of the former. He has held the following offices : floor
manager of Sophomore German committee, secretary Junior
Promenade committee, president of the Hispanic Club, and a
member of the Governing Board of the University Club, the
Class Day committee and of the Omega Lambda Chi committee.
He was also a member of the Wranglers, Corinthian Yacht Club,
Killarney Club, Thacher Club, Andover Club and Mohican.
Alpha Delta Phi. Scroll and Key. In Freshman year he roomed
with D. S. Phelps and Fonts at 233 York Street; in Sophomore
year with Griggs and W. P. White, at 8 College Street; in
Junior year with Griggs in 95 Welch ; in Senior year with
Griggs and Cooney in 6 Vanderbilt.

After graduation Flail expects to go into manufacturing, and
will reside in Ridgway, Pa.



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Rufus Bartlett Hall, Jr., was born in Chillicothe, Ohio,
May 9, 1887.

Rufus B. Hall, his father. aI.D. Miami Medical College 1872,
M.A. Miami University, born in Lowell, Ohio, in 1849, resides in
Cincinnati. Ohio, where he is a practicing surgeon. Mrs. Hall
was Margaret Chandler.

Hall prepared for college at the Phillips Academy. Andover,
and the Walnut Hills High School, and. was a member of the
class of 1909, University of Cincinnati, entering Yale at the
beginning of Freshman year. He took an Oration appointment.
He was a member of the Freshman Union, Freshman glee club,
Apollo glee club and University orchestra. He was also a mem-
ber of the second fencing team. In Freshman year he roomed
alone at 200 York Street ; in Sophomore year with Arthur
Williams, Jr.. at 250 Crown Street : in Junior year with Minnige-
rode in 250 Durfee ; in Senior year alone in 48 Vanderbilt.

Hall expects to enter the Cincinnati Law School. His per-
manent address is 623 Crown Street. Walnut Hills. Cincinnati.
Ohio.






Biography. 169




George Leslie Harrison was born in San Francisco, Califor-
nia, January 26, 1887.

His father, George F. E. Harrison, born in San Francisco in
1 85 1, a graduate of West Point in 1873, died in Fortress Monroe,
Virginia, March 25, 1909. Mrs. Harrison, who was Mary Ross
Ray, resides at 1825 Wyoming Avenue, Washington, District of
Columbia.

Harrison prepared for Yale at the Polytechnic Preparatory
School, Brooklyn, New York, and the Western High School,
Washington. He took a Dissertation appointment. He was a
member of the Freshman Debating Union and manager of the
University Debating Association. He was also a member of the
Senior debating team in the interclass series of 1909-10 and of
the Apollo banjo and mandolin club. Psi Upsilon. Skull and
Bones. In Freshman year he roomed alone at 200 York Street ;
in Sophomore year with Townsend, Benner, and Griffith at 22
College Street ; in Junior and Senior years with Townsend in
464 Fayerweather and 84 Connecticut.

Harrison expects to enter the New York Law School. His
permanent address is 1825 Wyoming Avenue, Washington, D. C.



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L'Engle Hartridge was born in Jacksonville, Florida, Sep-
tember 15, 1885.

John Earle Hartridge, his father, born in Madison, Florida, in
1849, and a graduate of the University of Georgia in 1870, is a
lawyer in Jacksonville. Airs. Hartridge was Susan L'Engle.
A brother, Julian Hartridge, 1903, and a cousin, C. W. Hartridge,
1887, preceded him at Yale.

Hartridge prepared for college at the Andover Academy, and
was a member of the class of 1907, University of Georgia, for a
year, entering Yale with the class of 1910. He has been a mem-
ber of the Apollo banjo and University banjo clubs, of the
Wranglers, was a Freshman fence orator, and a member of the
Senior Promenade committee. Psi Upsilon. Elihu Club. In
Freshman year he roomed alone at 238 York Street : in Soph-
omore year with Johnston and H. X. Bradley, ex-igio, at 8
College Street; in Junior year with Johnston and W. P. White,
in 468 Fayerweather ; in Senior year with Ewen and Clow in
31 Yanderbilt.

Hartridge's future occupation is undecided. His address is
846 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, Fla.



Biography. 171




Albert McClellan Haskell was born in Stromsberg,
Nebraska, October 2$, 1887.

John DeForest Haskell, his father, Dartmouth 1878, born in
Ascutneyville, Vermont, in 1857, is engaged in banking in Wake-
field, Nebraska, where he is with the Farmers' and Traders'
Bank. ]\Irs. Haskell was Ellen Trumbell Mathewson. Among
Haskell's Yale relatives were two great-uncles, John McClellan,
1833, and Arthur Mathewson, 1858, and a cousin, George
McClellan, 1891 S.

Haskell prepared for Yale at Woodstock Academy, and
Phillips Academy, Andover. He took a Dissertation appoint-
ment. He has been an active participator in track athletics,
bring a member of the Freshman and University track teams
and of the University cross-country team. He has been collector
for Dwight Hall and treasurer of the Yale Hope Mission. He
was captain of the cross-country team. Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Elihu Club. In Freshman year he roomed alone in 562 Pierson ;
in Sophomore year with Brainard, Steele and Hayes at 22
College Street; in Junior year with Brainard in 374 White; in
Senior year with Brainard in 57 Vanderbilt.

Haskell expects to go into banking. His address is Wakefield,
Nebraska.



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Richard Kingsley Hawks was born in Fall River, Massa-
chusetts, July 21, 1888.

Oliver Snow Hawes, his father, born in Fall River in i860,
is a cotton broker, of the firm of O. S. Hawes & Brother, and
resides at 362 Rock Street, Fall River. Mrs. Hawes was Mary
Elizabeth Tripp.

Hawes prepared for Yale at the Westminster School, Sims-
bury. He took a Second Dispute appointment. He has been
active in rowing and was a member of the Freshman and
University crew squads, and Senior coach of the 1913 Freshman
crew : also was a member of the Sophomore and Junior class
crews. He has contributed to the Record and the News. Dur-
ing Freshman year he was a member of the Yale in China com-
mittee. He was a member of the City Government Club, the
Pundits, the Yale Auto Club, of which latter he was treasurer
in Junior year, and of the Corinthian Yacht Club. Delta Kappa
Epsilon. Wolf's Head. In Freshman year he roomed with
Howell Gilbert, at 238 York Street ; in Sophomore year alone at
22 College Street ; in Junior year with Barnum in 376 White ; in
Senior year with Barnum in 471 Haughton.

Hawes expects to go into business. His permanent address is
362 Rock Street, Fall River, Mass.



Biography. 173




Wellington Burt Hay was born in St. Paul, Minnesota,
August 4, 1888.

Louis Condit Hay, his father, born in Orange, New Jersey, in
1859, and a graduate of Yale in 1881, is with the firm of Hay &
Boynton, brokers, and resides at 205 West 57th Street, New-
York City. Mrs. Hay was Jennie Eloise Burt. Besides his
father, Hay was preceded at Yale by several cousins : G. Under-
wood, 1875, F. H. Piatt, 1877, H. B. Piatt, 1882, F. H. Brook-
field, 1898, G. Underwood, 1906, L. Piatt, 1907, and K. Under-
wood, 1908.

Hay prepared for Yale at the St. Paul's School, Concord.
He was a member of the St. Paul's, University, Yacht, Keg,
and Suffragette clubs. He was also a member of the class
crews, taking part in the fall regattas of 1906 and 1907, and
received a third class crew cup in the spring regatta of 1907.
Alpha Delta Phi. In Freshman year he roomed alone at 242
York Street; in Sophomore year with Clow, Ewen and T, S.
Barnes at 22 College Street; in Junior year with T, S. Barnes
in 259 Durfee; in Senior year with T. S. Barnes in 490
Haughton.

Hay expects to enter the brokerage business, llis permanent
address is 205 West 57th Street, New York City.



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Roger Russ Haves was born in Tonawanda, New York,
October 31, 1887.

Dr. Frank Mason Hayes, his father, born in Elmira, New York,
is a physician, practicing in Buffalo, New York. Mrs. Hayes
was Nellie Russ. P. H. Hayes, 1900, and F. A. Hayes, 1907,
are brothers.

Hayes prepared for Yale at the Western Park High School
and Nichols School at Buffalo. He was a member of "The
Ship." Zeta Psi. In Freshman year he roomed alone in 545
Pierson ; in Sophomore year with Brainard. Haskell and Steele
at 22 College Street : in Junior year with Steele in 458 Fayer-
weather ; in Senior year with Steele and Clark in 458 Fayer-
weather.

Hayes will go into business. His permanent address is 716
Alain Street, Buffalo, X. Y.






Biography. 175




Robert Young Hayne was born in San Francisco, California,
June 7, 1889.

His father, Robert Young Hayne, born in Charleston, South
Carolina, in 1842, died in San Francisco in 1902. He was a lawyer
practicing in San Mateo, California. Mrs. Hayne was Grace
Parrott.

Hayne prepared for college at Santa Clara, California. He
was for a time a member of Georgetown University, class of
1908, entering Yale in January, 1907. He was a member of the
Freshman golf team and of the University golf team, winning
the University golf championship in 1908, and was captain of
the Senior golf team. He was also a member of the University
Club. In Freshman year he roomed with J. T. McGraw, Jr.,
191 1, at 242 York Street; in Sophomore year with McGraw,
A. A. Wilson and Snowdon at 254 Crown Street ; in Junior year
with McGraw in 129 Welch ; in Senior year with Nickel in 4
Vanderbilt.

Hayne expects to go into business. I lis permanent address is
San Mateo, Cal.



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Walter Frank Hayward, Jr.. was born in Brooklyn. New
York, February 14. 1888.

Walter Frank Hayward, bis father, born in New York City
in 1862, is secretary and bookkeeper to the J. B. Watkins Co. He
resides at 1555 47th Street, Brooklyn. Mrs. Hayward was
Frances Elizabeth Bates.

Hayward prepared for Yale at Erasmus Hall High School,
Brooklyn. He took a First Colloquy appointment. He was a
member of the Berkeley Association, of which he was secretary
1908-09, and was chairman of the Berkeley Men's Club 1908-09.
In Freshman year he roomed with Keith in 222 Farnam : in
Sophomore year with T. H. Brown and Keeler in 159 Lawrance ;
in Junior year alone in 404 Berkeley : in Senior year with G. M.
Hyde in 500 Haughton.

Hayward expects to enter the General Theological Seminary.
New York City. His permanent address is 1555 47th Street,
Brooklyn, N. Y.



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James Drayton Heard was born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
December 12, 1887.

George Heard, his father, born in Blooming Valley, Penn-
sylvania, in 1 85 1, is with the Natural Gas Company of West
Virginia, and resides at 4745 Bayard Street, Pittsburg. Mrs.
Heard was Margaret Eaton Xeale.

Heard prepared for Yale at the Shadyside Academy, Pitts-
burg. He took a Second Colloquy appointment. Alpha Delta
Phi. In Freshman year he roomed with Wharton at 256 York
Street ; in Sophomore year with A. D. Swords and Stanley at
22 College Street ; in Junior year with Richardson and Robert
Clement, in 103 Welch; in Senior year with Richardson and
Robert Clement, in 8 Yanderbilt.

Heard will go into the natural gas business. His permanent
address is 4745 Bayard Street, Pittsburg, Pa.



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Morgan Hebard was born in Cleveland, Ohio, February 23,
1887.

Charles Samuel Hebard, his father, born in Tobyhanna, Penn-
sylvania, in 1862, and a graduate of Yale in 1882, is a member
of the firms of Charles Hebard Sons and Hebard Cypress Com-
pany, engaged in lumber manufacturing. He resides in Thomas-
ville, Georgia, and Philadelphia. Mrs. Hebard was Hannah
Jeanette Morgan. Other relatives graduating from Yale besides
his father were: E. Hebard and H. Hebard, 1850, great-uncles;
D. S. Hebard, an uncle ; and James W. Oakford, a cousin.

Hebard prepared for Yale by private tutor and at the Asheville
School. He took a First Colloquy appointment. He was a
member of the University gun team during the whole course, and
was manager during 1909 and 19 10. and acting captain in 1910.
He was a winner of a number of prizes, among them being
gun club insignia, intercollegiate individual championship cups
twice, the Boston Athletic Association gold medal, thirty-four
other cups and two medals. In 1909 he won the University Club
pool cup, and was active in trap shooting. Hebard was also
a member of the Yale University Club, the Corinthian Yacht
Club, the Southern Club, and the Yale Automobile Club. Delta
Kappa Epsilon. In Freshman year he roomed alone at 250
York Street ; and the last three years with 1 Ieedy, at 22 College
Street in Sophomore year, 102 Welch in junior year, and 45
Vanderbilt in Senior year.

Hebard expects to go into the lumber business. His permanent
address is Chestnut Hill. Philadelphia. Pa.






Biography. 179




Henry Glen Heedy was born in Youngstown, Ohio, Novem-
ber 14, 1887.

Henry Weddell Heedy, his father, born in Cleveland, Ohio,
in 1851, is in the iron business, with the firm of Andrews & Hitch-
cock Iron Company, and resides in Youngstown. Mrs. Heedy
was Sarah Ann Shook. She died in Edinburgh, Scotland, in
1906.

Heedy prepared for Yale at the Asheville School. He took a
Colloquy appointment. He was a member of the Freshman
glee club, the Yacht Club, and the University Club. Delta
Kappa Epsilon. In Freshman year he roomed alone at 231
York Street ; the last three years with Hebard, at 22 College
Street in Sophomore year, 102 Welch in Junior year, and 45
Yanderbilt in Senior year.

Heedy expects to enter the iron and steel business. His
permanent address is 423 Wick Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio.



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John Heron was born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, November
20, 1889.

John Brown Heron. Jr., bis father, born in Pittsburg in 1854,
and a graduate of Yale in 1874, is a retired lawyer and resides
on South Linden Avenue, Pittsburg". Mrs. Heron was Emily
Sprankel.

Heron prepared for Yale at the Shadyside Academy. He took
a Second Dispute appointment. Wrangler. He was a member of
the University and Freshman hockey teams, and was manager of
the Freshman 1912 baseball team. In Senior year he was captain
of the 'Varsity hockey team. He was also a member of the
Triennial committee, the Senior Promenade committee, and of
the University Club and the City Government Club. Delta
Kappa Epsilon. Skull and Bones. In Freshman year he roomed
with Armstrong and J. B. Blackburn, 1911, at 238 York Street;
in Sophomore year with Philbin and Riggs at 8 College Street;
in Junior year with them at 345 White : in Senior year with them
in 30 Vanderbilt.

Heron intends to enter the Harvard Law School. His
permanent address is South Linden Avenue. Pittsburg, Pa.



Biography.




Thomas Hewes was born in Baltimore, Maryland, May 27,
1888.

M. Lewin Hewes, his father, born in Baltimore in 1861, deals
in fire insurance in Hartford, Connecticut. Mrs. Hewes was
Virginia Sumter Smith.

Hewes prepared for Yale at the Hartford High School. He
took a First Colloquy appointment. He has been a member of
the College choir, the Apollo glee club and the University glee
club, also of the class hockey team and of the News hockey
and basketball teams. He was a member of the Wigwam and
the University Debating Association. He has held a number
of offices, being assignment editor of the Yale Xeics, press man-
ager of the Dramatic Association, secretary of the University
Football Association, secretary and treasurer of the Yale Press
Association, an editor of the Banner and Potpourri, secretary
of the Senior Council, cheer leader, Class Day Historian, and
was a member of the Omega Lambda Chi committee and of
the executive committee of Yale dining club. He was also
manager of the Whiffenpoofs, a member of the "Arctic Club"
and of the City Government Club, also president of the Hart-
ford Club, and a member of the Berkeley Association Reception
committee. He won the Ten Eyck Oration Third Prize. Psi
Upsilon. Scroll and Key. In Freshman year he roomed with
E. C. Roberts ; in Sophomore year with E. C. Roberts, Roome,
W. H. Parsons, E. A. Morse, and Sevvall ; in Junior and Senior
years with Roome and W. H. Parsons.

Hewes expects to enter the Yale Law School. His permanent
address is Hartford, Conn.



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Arthur Sturgess Hildebraxd was born in Hartford, Con-
necticut, August 2, 1887.

Charles Hildebrand, his father, born in New Haven, Connecti-
cut, in 1855, and a graduate of Yale in 1875 S., is assistant
actuary of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company and
resides in Hartford. Airs. Hildebrand was Ida Louise Sturgess.

Hildebrand prepared for Yale at the Hartford High School.
He contributed to the Yale Literary Magazine and to the Record.
He was a member of the Freshman and class crews, of
the soccer team and of the cross-country team. Beta Theta Pi.
The first two years he roomed alone in 582 Pierson and at 228
Crown Street; the last two years with Goddard and Holbrook,
in Junior year in 266 Durfee and in Senior year in 442 Fayer-
weather.

Hildebrand plans to enter Columbia for the study of archi-
tecture. His permanent address is 46 Allen Place, Hartford,
Conn.



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Richard Dwight Hillis was born in Peoria, Illinois, February
25, 1888.

Newell Dwight Hillis, his father, born in Magnolia, Iowa, in
1861, and a graduate of Lake Forest University in 1884 and of
McCormick Seminary in 1887, is a clergyman, and resides in
Brooklyn, New York. Mrs. Hillis was Annie Louise Patrick.

Hillis prepared for Yale at the Polytechnic Preparatory School
and at the Hill School. He took a Philosophical Oration appoint-
ment, and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, serving on its
executive committee. lie was an editor of the Lit., won the
Pundit Essay Prize in Junior year, and was also a contributor
to the Courant. He took active part in tennis, hockey and golf
contests. He was a Pundit, member of the Kit Cat Club, and
the Hill School Club. He was the leader of the Bible groups.
Psi Upsilon. During the entire course he roomed with Rogers;
in Freshman year at 250 York Street ; in Sophomore year at 22
College Street, and in Junior and Senior years in 373 White.

Hillis' future occupation is undecided. His permanent address
is 31 Grace Court, Brooklyn, N. Y.



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Lyman Xorthrop Hixe was born in Brooklyn, New York,
June 22, 1888.

Francis Lyman Hine, his father, born in New Milford, Con-
necticut, in 1850, is president of the First National Bank, New
York City, and resides at 38 West 53d Street, New York City.
Mrs. Hine was Mary Ide. An uncle, George E. Ide, 1881, and
a half brother, E. I. Low, 1902, preceded Hine at Yale.

Hine prepared for Yale at the Hill School. He has been a
member of the class crew, of the Yacht Club, the University
Club, and of the Hill School Club. He was active in Yale
Hall work. He was also a member of the Class Supper com-
mittee. Alpha Delta Phi. Wolf's Head. In Freshman year
he roomed with DeSilver at 242 York Street ; in Sophomore
year with DeSilver, Jewett, and Fenn at 22 College Street : in
Junior year with DeSilver and Jewett in 262 Durfee; in Senior
year with DeSilver and Jewett in 474 Haughton.

Hine expects to enter the banking business. His permanent
address is 38 West 53d Street, New York City.



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Chalmers William Holbrook was born in Brattleboro,
Vermont, July 5, 1887.

His father, William Cune Holbrook, born in Brattleboro,
Vermont, in 1844, died March 27, 1904, in New York City. He
was a graduate of the Harvard Law School in 1869, was a lawyer
and a justice of the Court of Special Sessions. Mrs. Holbrook,
whose maiden name was Anna Chalmers, died September 29,
1898, at Brattleboro, Vermont.

Holbrook prepared for Yale at the Morse and Rogers School,
New York City, and at Hotchkiss. He took a Second Dispute
appointment. He took an active part in football and rowing,
being a member of the University Association football team. He
was also active in religious work, being a member of the Fresh-
man Religious committee, and doing much work in connection
with the Oak Street Boys' Club, the Bethany Mission Sunday
school, and Deputation work. He was a Bible group leader,
and the leader of the special 1913 Bible class. He was elected
a class deacon in Sophomore year and was recording secretary
of Dwight Hall. Beta Theta Pi. In Freshman year he roomed
with Goddard at 1076 Chapel Street ; in Sophomore year with
Goddard in 165 Lawrance ; in Junior and Senior years with
Goddard and Hildebrand in 266 Durfee and 442 bayerweather.

Holbrook plans to enter the Union Theological Seminary to
study for the ministry. His permanent address is, Care of J. K.
Clark, 746 St. Nicholas Avenue, New York City.



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Harry Gilbert Holt was born in Grand Rapids, [Michigan,
August 24, 1887.

John Caldwell Holt, his father, born in Paris, Kentucky, in
1857, is with the Superior Charcoal Iron Company (pig iron
business), and resides at 50 North Lafayette Street, Grand
Rapids. Mrs. Holt was Kate Gilbert. Philo C. Fuller, 1881,
an uncle, and two cousins, Carol Sweet, 1900, and Sidney Sweet,
1895, preceded Holt at Yale.

Holt prepared for Yale at the Westminster School, Simsbury.
He has been a member of the Freshman and University football
teams and of the fencing team, also of the College football team.
He was also a member of the Wigwam and of the Freshman
Religious committee, and manager of the Yale Musical Clubs
Association. In Junior year he was a member of the Promenade
committee and assistant manager of the Yale glee club. Senior
year he was manager of the Yale glee club and a cup man. Psi
Upsilon. Scroll and Key. He roomed throughout his entire
college course with H. T. Curtiss ; in Freshman year at 242
York Street, in Sophomore year together with Chantler at 22
College Street, in Junior year in 7,h$ White, in Senior year in
55 Yanderbilt.

Holt will go into the iron business. His permanent address is
50 Xorth Lafayette Street. Grand Rapids, Mich.



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Sherman Abbey Hooker was born in Fredonia, Chautauqua
County, New York, May 6, 1887.

Warren B. Hooker, his father, born in Perrysburg, Cattaraugus
County, New York, in 1856, is a justice of the Supreme Court
of New York State, and resides in Fredonia. Mrs. Hooker was
Etta Elizabeth Abbey.

Hooker prepared for college at St. Paul's School, Concord.
He was a member of the class crew Freshman year and won a
cup in the 3d Freshman crew of the spring regatta. He was
also a member of the 2d Junior crew. He was likewise a member
of the St. Paul's School Club, of the Yale Masonic Club, and
of the "Arctic Club." Zeta Psi. In Freshman year he roomed
with Lohmann at 250 York Street; the last three years with
Pomeroy; in Sophomore year at 251 Crown Street, in Junior
year in 454 Fayerweather, in Senior year in 62 Vanderbilt.

Hooker expects to enter the Harvard Law School. His
permanent address is 20 Central Avenue, Fredonia, N. Y.



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Stephen VanCulen Hopkins was born in Alpine, New
Jersey, November 12, 1886.

Franklin Whetstone Hopkins, his father, born in Cincin-
nati, Ohio, in 1857, and a graduate of Yale in 1880, M.A.
1891, is a member of the New York Stock Exchange, of the
firm of Hopkins Brothers. He resides in Alpine and in Brook-


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