Yale Club

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Yale Club Of New York City - In Popular Culture
... that he "took dinner usually at the Yale Club", when describing his life as a bonds broker in New York ... In his weekly column titled "My Turn," author John O'Hara once lamented, "If Yale had given me a degree, I could have joined the Yale Club, where the food is pretty good, the library is ample and restful ... also have a nice-looking necktie." O'Hara lamented his lack of a Yale degree so often that his friend Ernest Hemingway joked that a collection should be taken up to send O'Hara to Yale ...
Yale Club (disambiguation)
... The Yale Club may be The Yale Club of New York City The Yale Club of Philadelphia The Yale Glee Club The Yale Corinthian Yacht Club ...
Robert Bork - Works and Views
... Bork filed suit in federal court in New York City against the Yale Club over an incident that had occurred a year earlier ... alleged that, while trying to reach the dais to speak at an event, he fell, because of the Yale Club's failure to provide any steps or handrail between the floor and the dais ... In May, 2008, Bork and the Yale Club reached a confidential, out-of-court settlement ...

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