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Saturday, April 9...
Delta Kappa Epsilon is a social fraternity founded at Yale
University in 1844. More
than 70,000 men have been initiated into DKE, including newspaperman
William Randolph Hearst, financier J.P. Morgan, Senate Majority
Leader Henry Cabot Lodge, Yankees’ owner George Steinbrenner,
Composer Cole Porter, Chase Manhattan’s Irving Chase, Proctor and
Gamble’s James Gamble, and the Wrigley Company’s William
Wrigley. Four current
U.S. congressmen and four current state governors are members of the
fraternity, as are five presidents of the United States. Rutherford
Hayes, Theodore Roosevelt, Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush, and George
W. Bush have been active members.