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— THE 1930 PICKOUT — E D AV A K 1 W T T. 1. T A IS! T A M U L O N I S Nashua, New H ampshire " Tammy " A. S. M. E. 2. 3, 4 Vice President A. S. M. E. 4 Four years ago the portals of L. T. I. opened to admit that glorious Class of 1930. Hidden amongst them was a quiet, unassuming young man whose great object in life seemed to be to make himself as inconspicuous as possible. For the greater part of two years Eddie succeeded in remaining in the background. His shy and bashful manner preventing the making of a large circle of friends. After the second year he lost his shyness, and made hosts of friends. He gained immortal fame before finishing school as the only Engineer to major in inorganic chemis- try. Eddie took it for four years! The fair sex of the city didn ' t discover our hero until three years had flitted by. What he has ac- complished since then is another story, a story only told by a glimpse of his fan mail. A quiet, hard-working chap is Eddie, one whom we are all glad to have known. He leaves behind at L. T. I. a host of friends who wish him every success in his later work. 53
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— THE 1930 PICKOUT THOMAS SHERIDAN SADLER Billerica, Massachusetts " Tom " T. S. A. 1 Glee Club 1 Class Football 1 Football 2, 3, 4 Textile Show 4 Four years ago our friend Tom decided that " West Overshoe " , as he is inclined to call that famous town of Billerica, was no place for a man of his calibre, so up he came to Textile, to show the students how to cut classes, and to show the co-eds a real man. At first Tom thought that Herbie ' s engineering course was good enough for him. After three years of aforesaid course Tom had enough, and he decided that he would try Eddie ' s wool lab. and " back stude gears " . Under the watchful eye of Limey, Tom has done great work, and we hear rumors that his thesis will be the best ever. Throughout his stay at Textile, Tom has made many friends, both in and out of school. His work on the gridiron has helped in no little degree our excellent record. Tom is a typical good fellow, — carefree, cheerful, and full of h — , but under- neath it all, he is a hard worker and we know the future holds much in store for him. 52
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— THE 1930 PICKOUT — HSIUNG-YUAN TANG Wusih, Kiangsu, China N. A. C. M. 3 Here is a young man who stepped into our famous " Textile " from the industrial city of Wusih, in the province of Kiangsu, China. Our Tang studied at Soochow University in 1928, and it was not until the latter part of September of that year that he decided to march to Lowell from the other end of the Pacific. For several months as a special student here, he was most interested in taking a regular cotton manufacturing course from which he expects to derive much benefit. As a student, he is ardent and diligent. Numerous questions regarding cotton industry were constantly brought out by him, because he realized the fact, that a broader knowledge can only be obtained through deep thinking, questioning and hard studying. His name has never been dropped from the President ' s list since his ar- rival. Cotton in China is most prosperous of the textile industries. Constant increase of spindle activity certainly demands well-trained technical graduates. We sincerely hope for his success in the future. 54
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