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lyn, New York. Mrs. Hopkins was Jennie Chandler White.
Arthur White, 1888, deceased, was an uncle.

Hopkins prepared for college at the Polytechnic Preparatory
School and at the Hotchkiss School, Lakeville. During Fresh-
man year he was a member of the Freshman Union and was
president for a part of the year. He was a member of the Yale
Union and of the Wigwam, being a member of the final debating
team of the Wigwam. He contributed to the Yale Record and
was a member of the Board. Delta Kappa Epsilon. He roomed
all four years with Bretz ; in Freshman year at the Roxbury. 1076
Chapel Street, in Sophomore year at 214 Crown Street, in Junior
year in 383 Berkeley, in Senior year in 60 Vanderbilt.

Hopkins' future occupation is undecided. His permanent
address is Closter, Bergen County. X. T.



Biography.




Frederick Augustus Hotchkiss was born in Millerton, New
York, May 10, 1888.

Frank Augustus Hotchkiss, his father, born in Sharon, Con-
necticut, in 1855, resides at 404 Riverside Drive, New York
City. Mrs. Hotchkiss was Frances Huntington Gillette. A
cousin, C. W. McKelvey, graduated from Yale in 1900.

Hotchkiss prepared for college at the Hotchkiss School. He
was a member of the Yale glee club, of the Sophomore Wigwam,
of the Hogans and Whiffenpoofs. He was also chairman of
the Class Supper committee. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Wolf's
Head. In Freshman and Sophomore years he roomed with A. G.
King at 1076 Chapel Street and 8 College Street ; in Junior year
with A. G. King and W. L. Brown in 120 Welch; in Senior
year with the same roommates in 51 Vanderbilt.

Hotchkiss will go into business in New York City. His per-
manent address is 404 Riverside Drive, New York City.



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Harold Jacob Hotton was born in Portville, New York,
March 4, 1886.

Nicholas Hotton, his father, born in Thier, Germany, in 1858,
is a member of the firm of Aliller, Bolender & Hotton, and
resides in Bolivar, New York. Airs. Hotton was Louise Bonsack.

Hotton prepared for Yale at Andover and at the Olean
High School, Olean, New York. He took a Second Col-
loquy appointment. He has been active with crew work
and was a member of the class crew. Zeta Psi. In Freshman
year he roomed with N. F. Peters, 1909, in 79 Connecticut, in
Sophomore, Junior and Senior years with Leavenworth and
Roth in 156 Lawrance, 248 Durfee and 11 Yanderbilt.

Hotton expects to go into business. His permanent address is
Bolivar, N. Y.



Biography. 191




Elton Hoyt, 2d, was born in Cleveland, Ohio, June 13, ic

James H. Hoyt, his father, born in Cleveland in 1853, and a
graduate of Brown in 1874, and of Harvard Law School in 1877,
is a member of the law firm of Hoyt, Dustin & Kelly. He
resides in Cleveland. Mrs. Hoyt was Jessie Proctor Taintor.

Hoyt prepared for Yale at the University School of Cleveland.
He took a First Dispute appointment. He was a member of
the 1910 Freshman eight, of the 'Varsity crew squad, and of
the Junior class crew. He was also a member of the Sophomore
Wigwam, and secretary of the University School Club. He
was also chairman of the Sophomore German committee and
of the Junior Promenade committee, a member of the Govern-
ing Board of the University Club and manager of the Freshman
glee club. He was chairman of the Triennial committee, presi-
dent of the Yale Press Association, and president, during Senior
year, of the University Club. Psi Upsilon. Scroll and Key.
In Freshman year he roomed with Norton at 242 York Street;
in Sophomore year with Walter Barnum, Curtiss, Holt, Clement
and Piatt at 22 College Street ; in Junior year with Clement,
Piatt, Curtiss and Holt in 339 White ; in Senior year with
E. Williams and Spencer in 29 Vanderbilt.

Hoyt's future occupation is as yet undecided. His permanent
address is 2445 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio.



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Eugene Hall Humphrey was born in Torrington, Connecti-
cut, March 27,. 1889.

Edward Lyman Humphrey, his father, born in Goshen, Con-
necticut, in 1862, is engaged in farming in Winchester, Con-
necticut. Mrs. Humphrey was Hattie Laura Brown. Two
cousins, Loyal B. Clark, 1908, and Ernest D. Clark. 1907 S.,
1908 F., preceded him at Yale.

Humphrey received his preparation for Yale at the Gilbert
High School. Winsted, Connecticut. In Freshman year he
roomed with L. B. Clark and E. D. Clark in 700 West Divinity;
in Sophomore year with H. B. Gilbert in 713 West Divinity;
in Junior and Senior years with C. G. Thompson, 1910T. S.,
in 647 East Divinity.

Humphrey will take up farming. His permanent address is
R. F. D. Xo. 3. "\\ "insted, Conn.



Biography.



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George Albert Hurd was born in New Haven, Connecticut,
October 20, 1887.

George Benjamin Hurd, bis fatber, born in Clinton, Con-
necticut, in 1 85 1, is a missionary teacher of the American Mis-
sionary Association, and resides in Orange Park, Florida.
Hurd's mother, who was Alice Lewis Hurd, died November 27,
1901, in Easthampton, Massachusetts. Hurd was preceded at
Yale by four cousins : A. F. Lewis and W. E. Hilliard, 1899,
R. C. Lewis, 1909 S., F. B. Lewis, 1909 S., and a brother, F. S.
Hurd, e.r-1903 S.

Hurd prepared for Yale at Williston Seminary. He took
an Oration appointment. The first two years he roomed alone
at 8 Prospect Place, and the last two years at 56 Grove Street.

Hurd's future plans are undecided. His permanent address
is Orange Park, Fla.



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Lewis Orrin Hutchinson was born in Bristol, Connecticut,
October 15, 1888.

His father, Orrin Hutchinson, was born in Andover, Connecti-
cut, in 1850, died February 10, 1905, in Bristol, Connecticut.
Mrs. Hutchinson was Lois Rose Hall.

Hutchinson prepared for Yale at the Bristol High School.
He took a Philosophical Oration appointment and was a member
of Phi Beta Kappa. In Freshman year he roomed with T. H.
Brown in 182 Lawrance ; in Sophomore year with C. H. Huck-
ans, 1908 S., and Dye in 646 East Divinity; in Junior and Senior
years with Dye in 188 Farnam.

Hutchinson expects to enter the United States Patent Office
as assistant examiner, and will also study law in the George-
town Law School. His permanent address is 58 Merriman
Street, Bristol, Conn.



Biography. 195





George Gordon Hyde was born in New York City, August
20, 1888.

George Henry Hyde, his father, born in Woodstock, Connecti-
cut, in 1854, is a lawyer, residing in New York City. Mrs.
Hyde was Emma Duke Lewis.

Hyde prepared for Yale at the DeWitt Clinton High School,
New York City. He took a High Oration appointment, and
was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He has been a member
of the consolidated basketball team, and of the water polo,
swimming, association football, class basketball and crew squads.
He has also been active in Oak Street Boys' Club and Yale
Hall work. He has won three swimming medals and a class
crew cup. Beta Theta Pi. In Freshman year he roomed with
Carter in 219 Farnam ; in Sophomore and Junior years with
VanBrunt in 154 Lawrance and 255 Durfee ; in Senior year
alone in 385 Berkeley.

Hyde plans to enter the New York Law School. His per-
manent address is 425 West i62d Street, New York City.



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History of the Class of igio.





Grant Milnor Hyde was born in The Dalles, Oregon, April
4. 1889.

Will H. Hyde, his father, born in Mansfield, Ohio, in 1861,
was formerly in railroading - , but has now retired, and resides
in Janesville, Wisconsin. Mrs. Hyde was Georgia M. Colvin.

Hyde prepared for college at the Janesville High School and
was a member of Beloit College two years, entering Yale at
the beginning of Junior year. He took a Philosophical Oration
appointment. He was a member of the Spanish Club and a
contributor to the Yale Literary Magazine. In Junior year he
roomed with L. E. Smith, 1909, in 415 Berkeley: in Senior year
with Hay ward in 500 Haughton.

Hyde's future occupation is undecided. He considers entering
Columbia for the study of architecture or engineering. His
permanent address is Main Street, Janesville, Wis.



Biography. 197




Edward Ixgraham was born in Bristol, Connecticut, Decem-
ber 20, 1887.

William Shurtleff Ingraham, bis fatber, born in Bristol, Con-
necticut, in 1857, graduated from Cornell in 1878, and is engaged
in manufacturing, being secretary and treasurer of the E.
Ingrabam Company, in Bristol. Mrs. Ingrabam was Grace Ella
Seymour. Ingraham bas bad at Yale a grandfather, Edward
Ingrabam, 1854, and a cousin, C. E. Ingraham, 1903 S.

Ingraham prepared for Yale at Andover. He took a First
Colloquy appointment. He has been active in the work at Yale
Hall. Beta Theta Pi. In Freshman year be roomed with
Daggett in 583 Pierson ; in Sophomore year with F. F. Barnes
and Treadway at 225 Crown Street ; in Junior year with F. F.
Barnes in 462 Fayerweather ; in Senior year with F. F. Barnes,
Bigelow and W. G. Davis in 33 Vanderbilt.

Ingraham expects to go into manufacturing. His permanent
address is 156 Summer Street, Bristol, Conn.



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198 History of the Class of ipio.





John James Jansen, Jr., was born in Albany, New York,
May 23, 1889.

John James Jansen. his father, born in Arnheim. Netherlands,
in 1855, is business manager of the Albany Perforated Wrapping
Paper Company. Airs. Jansen, whose maiden name was Mary
Helen Barry, died in Albany in 1904.

Jansen prepared for Yale at Albany Academy and entered
with the class of 191 1, joining 1910 at the beginning of Junior
year. He took a High Oration appointment. He has roomed
with Myers throughout the course : in Sophomore year at 236
Crown Street : in Junior and Senior years in 370 White.

Jansen expects to go into business. His permanent address
is 486 Hudson Avenue, Albany, X. Y.



Biography.



199





Charles Frederic Jefferson was born in Chelsea, Massa-
chusetts, June 7, 1888.

Charles Edward Jefferson, his father, born in Cambridge,
Ohio, in i860, holds the degrees of D.D. (Yale, 1905 ) and LL.D.
(Union Theological Seminary) and is a clergyman, residing
in New York City. Mrs. Jefferson was Mary Belle Patterson.

Jefferson prepared for Yale at the Horace Mann School, New
York City. He took a Dissertation appointment. He won the
3d Lucius F. Robinson Latin Prize in Sophomore year, and was
awarded a Berkeley Premium in Latin Composition in Freshman
year. He is an editor of the Record and president of the Chess
Club. He has participated in the work of the Oak Street Boys'
Club and has collected for Yale in China. Zeta Psi. In Fresh-
man year he roomed with Snyder in 528 Pierson ; in Sophomore
year with Snyder in 158 Lawrance; in Junior year alone in
76 Connecticut ; in Senior year with W. H. Wood in 472
Haughton.

Jefferson expects to go into business. His permanent address
is 121 West 85th Street, New York City.




mcis ] - Jennings was born in Avondale, New York.
December 4. 1885

William Xevcnson Jennings, his father, born in Haynesville.
nvns the firm of W. X. Jennings, printer and stationer.
of Brooklyn, New York. Mrs. Jennings was Susan Geraldine
Williams.

Jennings prepared for Yale at the Boys' High School. Brook-
lyn. I Le took a First Dispute appointment. He was a member
of the Sophomore and Junior class baseball teams, and of the
University 5 ;.\- team, of which he was captain in Senior year.
Theta Pi. In Freshman year he roomed alone in 534
son; in Sophomore year with Reid in 163 Lawrance : in
Junior year with Reid and Davin in 470 Fayerweather : and in
5 dor year with Reid and Davin in 435 Fayerweatht

Jennings expects to become a physician, and will continne his
work at the Yale Medical School. His permanent address -
• ith Street. Brooklyn. X. Y.



Biography.





Richard Jente was born in New Haven. Connecticut. April
14. 1888.

J. P. Herman Jente, his father, born in Sommerfeld, Prussia,
in 1856. is a grocer, in the firm of Paul Jente & Bro., and
lives in New Haven. Mrs. Jente was Helene Emmerich. Jente
has had three cousins at Yale: William Jente, 1897. Albert
Jente, 1902 S., 1905 L. S., Paul Jente, 1902 S.

Jente prepared for Yale at the Xew Haven High School. He
took a First Dispute appointment. Alpha Sigma Phi. He has
roomed at home during his entire course.

Jente expects to teach German, after a course at the Yale
Graduate School. His permanent address is 86 Henry Street.
Xew Haven, Conn.



History of the Class of ipio.




Carlton Clarke Tewett was born in Buffalo. New York,
October 28. 1888.

Carlton R. Jewett 1 B.A. Vale 1878, M.D. College of Physicians
and Surgeons 1881 I, his father, born in Moravia. New York,
in 1852. is a physician, living in Buffalo. Mrs. Jewett was
Clarke Holland.

Jewett prepared for Yale at tbe Masten Park High School and
the Lafayette High School, both in Buffalo. He took a Second
Colloquy appointment. He served on various Dwight Hall com-
mittees. In Freshman year he was elected to the Yale Daily News
after tbe spring competition ; in Sophomore year be was elected
chairman of tbe News, assuming office in Junior year, when be
was also a member of tbe Junior Promenade committee and the
Dining Hall committee : in Senior year he was chairman of
tbe Senior Council, served on tbe Class Day committee, and was
an editor of the Banner and Pot-Pourri. He was for two years
a member of the Yale Press Association and tbe Omega Lambda
Chi committee, and of tbe Cosmopolitan and City Government
clubs. Zeta Psi. Scroll and Key. In Freshman year he roomed
alone at 231 York Street: in Sophomore year with DeSilver,
Fenn, I line. Spencer, and E. T. Williams at 22 College Street:
in Junior year with DeSilver and Hine in 262 Durfee : in Senior
year with tbe same men in 474 Haugbton.

Jewett expects to be a physician, after a course at the John-
Hopkins Medical School. His permanent address is 1299 Main
Street, Buffalo, X. Y.



Biography. 203




James Ford Johnson, Jr., was born in Oswego, New York,
September 9, 1888.

James Ford Johnson, bis father, born in Oswego, New York,
in 1853, graduated from Williams in 1872, and is engaged in
manufacturing, living in Oswego. Mrs. Johnson, who was
Fannie Wilbur Masters, is deceased. Johnson's grandfather,
F. R. Masters, attended Yale.

Johnson prepared for Yale at Westminster School and the Hill
School. He was a Sophomore Wrangler. He did some work at
the Orange Street Boys' Club. He played on the Freshman hockey
team, and on the class baseball and tennis teams. He also played
on the University association football and hockey teams in C909,
and on the University football team in 1908 and 1909. He was
secretary and fleet captain of the Yale Corinthian Yacht Club.
He served on the Sophomore German committee and the Junior
Promenade committee. He was a governor of the University
Club, a member of the Mohican Club, and a cup man. He was
manager of the University baseball team. Psi Upsilon. Scroll
and Key. In Freshman year he roomed at 242 York Street,
in Sophomore year at 22 College Street, in Junior year in 85
Connecticut, in Senior year in 7 Vanderbilt, with Wodell
throughout his entire course.

Johnson expects to go into the banking business. Mis per-
manent address is Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.



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History of the Class of ipio.




Thomas Slater Johnston, Jr., was born in Rochester, New
York, February II, 1886.

Thomas Slater Johnston, his father, born in Stromness, in
the Orkney Islands, is a dry goods merchant, in the firm of
Sibley. Lindsay & Co., and lives in Rochester. Mrs. Johnston
was Mary Ann White. Johnston has had a brother at Yale,
L. W. Johnston, 1905.

Johnston prepared for Yale at Holbrook's Academy and at
Andover. He was a member of the Wranglers and sang on
the Freshman glee club. Psi Upsilon. Scroll and Key. In
Freshman year he roomed with H. N. Bradley at 242 York
Street ; in Sophomore year with Bradley and Hartridge at 8 Col-
lege Street ; in Junior year with Hartridge and White in 468
Faverweather ; in Senior year with White in 3 Yanderbilt.

Johnston expects to be a farmer. His permanent address is
5 Arnold Park. Rochester, X. Y.



Biography.



205




Frank Williams Jones, Jr., was born in New York City,
April 9, 1888.

Frank Williams Jones, his father, born in New Hartford,
Connecticut, in 1842, is engaged in business in that town. Mrs.
Jones, who was Jennie Humphrey, died in London, England, in
1888. Jones has had a cousin at Yale, C. C. Jones, 1909.

Jones prepared for Yale at the Hill School. He took a First
Colloquy appointment. He is a member of the Hill School,
Spanish and Yacht clubs. In Freshman year he roomed alone
at 240 York Street ; in Sophomore year with Beede at 236
Crown Street; in Junior and Senior years with Bentley and
Drisko in 346 White and 24 Vanderbilt.

Jones expects to go into business. His permanent address is
New Hartford, Conn.



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History of the Class of roio.




Arthur Thomas Keefe was born in New London, Connecti-
cut, September 22, 1888.

Arthur Keefe, bis father, born in New London in 1862, is a
wholesale grocer in that city. Airs. Keefe was Jennie Cecelia
Brenman.

Keefe prepared for Yale at the Bulkeley School in Xew Lon-
don and at the Hopkins Grammar School. He played on the
i' 1 in class baseball and basketball teams, and was a member
of the class swimming" team. In Freshman year he roomed with
Fancber in 568 Pierson ; in Sophomore year with Goebel and
Coppock at 254 Crown Street ; in Junior year alone in 109
Welch; in Senior year with E. S. Barnes in 33/ White.

Keefe expects to practice law, after a course at the Harvard
Law School. His permanent address is 190 Broad Street, Xew
London, Conn.



Biography. 207



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Stephen Edwards Keeler, Jr.. was born in New Canaan,
Connecticut, April 16, 1887.

Stephen Edwards Keeler, his father, born in Xew Canaan,
in 1859, is a fanner, and lives in Xew Canaan. Mrs. Keeler
was Annie Demorest Husted.

Keeler prepared for Yale at the Stamford High School and
at the Hoosac School. He took an ( (ration appointment. In
Freshman year he debated on the Yale-Harvard Freshman team
and was on the executive committee of the Freshman debating
association. In Sophomore year he debated on the Sophomore-
Freshman and Yale-Harvard teams. In Junior year he debated
on the Yale-Princeton and interdepartmental teams, was vice-
president of the Debating Association, and won the Ten Eyck
Junior Oration Prize. In Senior year he debated on the inter-
departmental team, and was secretary of the Debating Association.
He was for four years a member of the Berkeley Association, its
vice-president in Junior year, and a member of its executive com-
mittee in Senior year, lie was for two years chairman of the
Berkeley .Men's Club. He was a member of the Jonathan
Edwards Club. Beta Theta Pi. In Freshman year he roomed
with Whitman and Widger in 51 Lawrance ; in Sophomore year
with Hayward and T. II. Brown in 59 Lawrance; in Junior year
with Cloud and Snyder in 469 Fayerweather ; in Senior year with
Cloud. Snyder, and A. E. Baker in 498 I laughton.

Keeler expects to enter the ministry, after a course at the
General Theological Seminary. His permanent address is New
Canaan, Conn.



History of the Class of 1910.




Elmer Davenport Keith was born in Braintree. Massa-
chusetts, July 7. 1888.

Herbert Car}- Keith, his father, born in Campobello (now part
of Brockton). Massachusetts, in 1861. is a consulting engineer,
and lives in Brooklyn. New York. Mrs. Keith was Lilian
Davenport. A great-grandfather. Dr. Lorenzo Marcy, received
the honorary degree of M.D. from Yale in 1837.

Keith prepared for Yale at Erasmus Hall High School,
Brooklyn. He took a Philosophical Oration appointment. He
won a Second Grade Berkeley Latin Premium, the C. Wyllys
Betts Prize in Sophomore year, and the Second Winthrop Prize
in Junior year. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and of Chi
Delta Theta. He has contributed to the Yale Literary Magazine
and to the Yale Alumni Weekly. He has worked at Yale Hall and
at Bethany Mission, Beta Theta Pi. In Freshman year he
roomed with Hayward in 222 Farnam : in Sophomore year alone
in 207 Farnam ; in Junior year alone in 393 Berkeley ; in Senior
year with Leonard Bacon, G. S.. in 503 Haughton.

Having received a Rhodes Scholarship. Keith expects to teach,
after a course at Oxford University. His permanent address
is 303 Westminster Road. Brooklyn, X. Y.



Biography.



209




Weir Carlyle Ketler was born in Grove City, Pennsylvania,
March 14, 1889.

Isaac C. Ketler (M.A., D.D., Ph.D., LL.D.), his father, born
at Northumberland, Pennsylvania, in 1853, is president of Grove
City College. Mrs. Ketler was Matilda Gilson.

Having graduated from Grove City College in 1908, Ketler
entered the class of 1910 at the beginning of Senior year. He
roomed with R. M. Edwards, 191 1, in 231 Farnam.

Ketler expects to practice law. His permanent address is
Grove City, Pa.



History of the Class of iqio.




Arthur Godwyn King was born in Norfolk, Virginia, Novem-
ber 18, 1888.

Morris Ketchem King, his father, born in Palmer, Massa-
chusetts, in 1844, formerly vice-president of the Norfolk &

Southern Railroad, is receiver for the Norfolk Cold Storage
and Ice Company, and lives in Norfolk. Mrs. King was Sarah
Eleanor Webb. A cousin, Ellis Adams, graduated from Yale
in 1902.

King prepared for Yale at the Hotchkiss School. He took a
Second Colloquy appointment, and won a Third TenEyck Prize
at the Junior Exhibition. He was a member of the Sophomore
Wranglers and the Yale Union. He played on the class baseball
team for three years, and rowed on the second cla-^s crew in the
fall regatta of 1908. He was a member of the Hotchki-s and
Southern dims, vice-president of the latter in Junior year, and for
three years on its Governing Board. Delta Kappa Epsilon. In
Freshman year he roomed with Hotchkiss at 1076 Chapel Street;
in Sophomore year with Hotchkiss at 8 College Street; in Junior
year with Hotchkiss and AY L. Brown in 120 Welch : in Senior
year with Hotchkiss and Brown in 51 Vanderbilt.

King expects to enter the railroad business. His permanent
address is Pembroke Avenue and Mantes Street, Norfolk, Va.



Biography




Lyndon Marrs King was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota,
December 6, 1887.

Preston King, bis father, born in Ilion, New York, in 1857,
and a graduate of Yale in 1880, is treasurer of Northrup King &
Co., seedsmen, and lives in Minneapolis. Mrs. King was Jose-
phine Marrs.

King prepared for Yale at the Minneapolis Classical School
and at St. Mark's School. He took a Philosophical Oration
appointment, and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He made
the Freshman track team. He belonged to the City Govern-
ment Club and the Sophomore Wranglers. He served on the
Class Picture committee. Psi Upsilon. Skull and Hones. Tn
Freshman year he roomed alone at 231 York Street; in Sopho-
more year with G. F. Parsons and J. S. Roberts at 22 College
Street; in Junior year with Coates in 433 Fayerweather ; in
Senior year with Coates in 85 Connecticut.

King expects to go into business. I lis permanent address is
2400 Stevens Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.



History of the Class of ipio.




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Robert Burr King w^s born in Unionville, Connecticut,
December 26, 1886.

Emmet Colegrove King, his father, born in Catlin, New York,
in 1852, is a physician and lives in Hartford, Connecticut. Mrs.
King was Ida Caroline Ransom. King' has had two cousins at
Yale, Horace Soper, 1909 S., and W. B. Soper, 1904. A brother,
R. R. King, is an ex-member of the class of 1911.

King prepared for Yale at the Hartford High School. He
entered college with the class of 1909. He took a Dissertation
appointment. He did some work for Dwight Hall, and con-
tributed to the Yale Record. He was a member of the Hartford
Club. Psi Upsilon. In Freshman year he roomed alone in 572
Pierson; in Sophomore year alone at 228 Crown Street; in
Junior year with French in 355 White : in Senior year with
E. E. Curtis in 485 Haughton.

King expects to go into business. His permanent address is
17 Girard Avenue, Hartford, Conn.



Biography




Max David Kirjassoff was born in St. Petersburg, Russia,
March 2, 1888.

Nathan Henry Kirjassoff, his father, born in St. Petersburg,
in 1857, is a watchmaker, in the employ of the New Haven
Clock Company, and lives in Waterbury, Connecticut. Mrs.
Kirjassoff was Deborah Kahn. Kirjassoff has had two brothers
at Yale, Meyer Kirjassoff, 1906 S., and L. S. Kirjassoff, 1910 S.,
and a cousin, M. H. Wolff, 1908 S. and 1909 F.

Kirjassoff prepared for Yale at the Waterbury High School.
He took a Second Dispute appointment. Though he worked his
way through college, he participated extensively in track athletics.


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