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Page 72 text:
LAWVRENCE ltov Cnosiav :FRANK JOSEPH Clrowuzv
. Beverly, Blass. North Adams. Blass.
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liuck q4,:r ep.
In every class there is a man who
doesn't secin to set the world afire in
any particular way, but merely lives
on in a quiet, unassuming fashion, a
deep thinker, attending to his own
business and bothering no one. Crosby
occupies such a position in the class of
1928. There are very few men who
can compete with him in a bull session,
and it takes a very clever person to
think up a subject that he doesn't know
enough about to talk for a half hour's
length. Every time there is a football
game or a smoker or other University
event, Crosby is always there to lend
his voice and undying school spirit to
the cause. No matter how far away
the football team may he playing,
sworn partner. Buck
are the first to start
say, they always get
Crosby aims to shine
Crosby and his
and, needless to
in no one activity, his support of every-
thing Norwich makes him one of the
most popular twenty-eighters.
Football H, 3, 2, ljg Baseball H, Sjg
"N" Clubg Basketball Q4-, 3jg Corporal
fiijg Track CD5 Captain Football Qfij.
"Now, when I was in the navy there
was tl1is big boy who sure could handle
his mitts-but I showed him il few
thingsf' This seems to be the way
Frank shows up the big boys. His
iistic prowess is renowned-even as
far as Claremont, Vt. For four years
Frank has been the mainstay of the
Norwich football eleven and has always
given a good account of himself on the
gridiron. Any spectator who has
watched Frank play has always had
a word of praise for the scrappy center
wl1o has outplayed every man sent
against him. The joy that the side--
line spectator misses is his "fighting
facef' Frank holds the distinction of
being a three-letter man, and whenever
the talk turns to athletics he is either
present or the "hero" of the conversa-
Page 71 text:
EDWARD T, COXW'EN IAEIGH R. CRAMI-:R
Boston, Mass, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
"Jim " "L PCD
GJ X A E T
Class Polo Hjg Track C4, 3,5 Samoseis
ffijg Pistol Marksman 1213 Corporal fiijg
The most sophisticated non-com on
the Hill. Jim came to us from Fort An-
drews after some lengthy sojourns in
Rutland, Plattsburg and Camp Dev-
ens. Life in these widely scattered
places had given him such an air of
sophistry that not even the omnipotent
Sophomores could erase. Jim knew
the ways of the world and was willing
to let the rest of the Corps in on his
VVhile Jim is not an academic shark,
he managed to achieve the passing
grade in his subjects and was rewarded
by being made a corporal and then
first sergeant of B Troop. Jim is out
to reveille every morning blowing a
terrific shriek on his tin whistle.
lVhether his troop bucks or not, Jim
is the same smiling, suave, urbane first
Freshman Hop Committee Q4-jg Corporal
Qfijg Sergeant 1215 Samosets ffijg WVAR
VV1-loor Board Qfjg N. U. Chemical So-
Being a member of "Doc" Howard's
che-mistry course d0esn't seem to be in
any way a handicap to Leigh because
he has made a military man out of
himself in spite of the odds against
him. He is at present one of the most
efficient sergeants on the Hill and is
living up to the reputation that he made
last year as a corporal. The academic
doesn't seem to be very troublesome for
him, either, because his name is always
seen very near the head of the class
at mid-years and commencement. His
excellence has made him a member of
the Samosets as well as many friends
among his classmates. Although he is
very busy on the Hill because of his
duties as assistant manager of rifie, he
always is able to find time to make his
regular trip to some nearby town where
he possesses numerous friends.
Page 73 text:
CARLETON H. CURRY
E A E
Buck 14, Sjg Sergeant fijg Scrub Man-
ager Football Scrub Manager Base-
ball ffl-jg C. E. Society.
The toughest two-fisted guy in Nor-
wich. He is hard and he admits it.
Chevrons or Sam Browne mean nothing
to him. Let Carleton pursue his way
untrammelled and he is peaceable. But
woe to the man who steps on his toes.
If his f'Bull Montanai' exterior doesnit
frighten his opponent, his dire threats
of bodily injury are sufficient to quell
any pugilistic notions of his adversary.
Carleton hits the academic from
Monday to Saturday noon, but from
then on he hies himself away. No
one knows where he goes but every
Monday reveille he turns up with the
same inscrutable smile and inimitable
walk. Carleton is a great horseman.
Before a movie camera he does high
and lofty tumbling in a manner that
would make Tom Mix look like a tyro
and he gets away with it.
GEORGE LovELAND DALEY
2 II? E
Class Football 443, Varsity Football
QS, Qjg "N" Club Q3, Q13 Sophomore Car-
nival Committee ff?-jg Track Squad Q4-, Sjg
Buck 14, 3, QQ, Rope Pull Q4-Q.
Behold! Above is pictured a "man"
who hails from that ancient and much-
tooted village of Brattleboro. This
"man" answers to that famous moni-
ker of Santa Claus. Santa, in his Rook
year, failed to make the varsity foot-
ball team, but with that "old N. U.
Spirit" he clinched his berth his sec-
ond year and again his third year.
In the academic, Santa was an en-
gineer for two years, till Calculus and
Mechanics floored him, and he failed
to answer the bell for the third round
as an engineer. However, he has come
out in the guise of a general and hopes
to show "Peter Dow" that a would-be
engineer may have a literary disposi-
tion-if such a thing be possible.
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