A member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
Maury Yeston (Yale '67) reportedly was at the New Haven, Connecticut tavern where drunken Yale undergrad George W. Bush (Yale '68) danced either nude or clad just in a jock strap to entertain his Delta Kappa Epsilon frat brothers after being elected president of Yale's DKE branch. While matriculating at Yale as an undergrad, Yeston also was a "Deek". DKE was notorious on campus for being an Animal House-style fraternity known for hard partying. According to Bob Woodward's exposé "Plan of Attack" (2004), Yeston was the unlikely source of the drunken dance story, which plagued candidate Bush during the 2000 presidential election.