College of the Holy Cross - Purple Patcher Yearbook (Worcester, MA)

 - Class of 1927

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Page 80 text:

in J: EDWARD ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM Clzfcopee Fallw, f1Ia.f.raclzu.rel!.r Twenty-seven has no busier individual than the sprightly Eal. When he is not engaged in guiding the Patcher's business policies, starring on the basketball team or managing a dance for the Springfield Club, he has class work or the affairs of Worcestei' Society to claim his attention. Ed has pre- eminently the quality of single-mindedness, of doing one thing at a time and of moving heaven and earth to do it well-of laughing when it is suc- cessfully completed and turning to conquer something else. He is a lover of good- company, and even in the hours which most men devote to sleep, his voice may be heard leading the merriment, to the continual vexation of the prefects. A fighter with the courage of his convictions whatever may be the odds against him, an affable companion, an athlete and a proven executive, Ed has made his career at Holy Cross an unalloyed success, and it is a matter of certainty that he will continue so in the business world. Claw Football, I Coach Claw' Barlcelball, 4 Springfield Club,l,2,5,4 Varfilg Football Squad, 2 B. J. E. Debating Soc., 1,2,5,-1 LNTBNUJ Club, 4 Clam Bamlcelball, 1, 2, 5 Senior Council, 4 League of S. H., I,2,5',4 Capl. Claw' Bawkelball, 2,3 Purple Ifeg, 4 Senior Prom Comm., 4 Varwifg Bawkelball, 4 Civil Service, 5, 4 Bu.rlne.f.r Illanager Purple Palclzer, 4 Clzairman Springfield Club Dance Com., 4 Dreaming . Planning T he ddirondackw F 319 7-72 it E701 ui-ple ipatcher 552315 ,. f'

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TD 1 L ' ' W .S ' z Qu"""? 3 che' IOHN IOSEPH CUMMINGS Roxbury, Jla,r.raclzu.fefl.f Jack has the happy faculty of doing things quietly and well. Always cool and unruffled, never seeming to be in a great hurry, he has made for himself, a fine record along scholastic lines. In the same quiet manner he invaded the drawing rooms of the urban four hundred hereabouts, and here again his conquest was certain and complete. It was always a delight for us to see Jack lock horns with his roommate, and it is a sincere tribute to say that more than once has he bettered the gentleman from Derby. Jack is destined to he a teacher, and if his pupils can assimilate from him A the qualities of earnestness, good humor and steadfastness which he so cer- tainly possesses, they will indeed he fortunate. rvexuw Club, 4 Boflon Club, I, 2, 5, 4 Track, 2 B- J- F-, 5, 4 Ilu'er'cla.r..r Batreball, 5 Frewfzfnen Foolball B. V. JI., 5, 4 Sfeppfllg Scrubbing Squaring ' - , ...P - a v 'l'g xl' I l 5' Q Q H .U lv 1 1 1 1 1 Q - E691



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We Qurnv y acher is WALTER IOSEPH CUSKLEY ivew .York City It was a rough night for sailors, it was, when Singapore Joe pulled into the Port of Mount Saint Iames. His hair was neatly cropped and he was clean shaven, the first and last time in four years, for Joe espoused the theory "Clothes do not make the man." The theory must be correct, for under long hair and beard, a heart of gold beat strongly against his immaculate negligee. Applications for crew positions on the good ship "27" were rapidly being filled and Walter had to ship as a deckhand. He bore the task bravely, and on shore leave distinguished himself from the rest of the crew by filling a seat in the pit at all Dago Operas and shouting "Bravo" with a distinctly Latin twang. His natural instinct for music brought him immediate recognition from Mr. Bouvier, and many a deserted village suspended curfew for the evening while Walter and his colleagues searched for the "Lost Chord." When work was to be done, Walter did it quietly and efficiently, never look- ing for publicity, but always satisfied with a task well done. Steady your sea legs Walter, old boy, and you will be wearing braid on the next voyage. Sodalfly, I, 2, 5, 4 Purple Key, 4 Sanctuary Sociely, I, 2, 4 171 umical Clulnr, 1, 2, 5, 4 Senior Council, 4 Frelrlzman Banquel, I fllanager, 4 Plzflomallzlc, 1, 2 Holy Crow' Nzlglzl Commillee, 4 Dramaliar, I, 2, 5, 4 .f7lena'el Club, 3 Ifeculza Senior Prom, 4 Co.flume..r Conlorlionf Travel 1 E711

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