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Yale Whale players :
“The Whale” is a familiar name for the Ingalls Rink on the campus of Yale University. The rink is used primarily for playing hockey, and opened for business in 1958. The building’s nickname of “the Whale” is due to the unusual design created by architect Eero Saarinen.
Elihu Yale was a wealthy merchant born in Boston in 1649. Yale worked for the British East India Company, and for many years served as governor of a settlement at Madras (now Chennai) in India. After India, Yale took over his father’s estate near Wrexham in Wales. It was while resident in Wrexham that Yale responded to a request for financial support for the Collegiate School of Connecticut in 1701. He sent the school a donation, which was used to erect a new building in New Haven that was named “Yale” in his honor. In 1718, the whole school was renamed to “Yale College”. To this day, students of Yale are nicknamed “Elis”, again honoring Elihu.
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