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Page 75 text:
IYIENNETH HARwoon EMERSON ARTHUR EVANS
Randolph, Vt. VValtham, Mass.
Track 44.5, Band Qt, 3, Qjg Glce Club
f3jg Assistant Manager Football Qijg Cor-
poral ffljg Sergeant
Behold the phenomenon! A diligent
man amidst a troop of goldbrickers.
For Emma, as he is surnamed by his
classmates, is a member of Service
Troop--the most maligned troop on
the Hill. On drill days he blows lustily
on an alto horn, while the rest of his
time is divided between his study of
the intricacies of the electric current
and the performance of his duties as
assistant manager of football. One
never sees him idle, for he is either
racking his brain over a problem in
D. C. or sweeping out the field house.
lve often wonder when he rests, for
we have usually snatched about thirty
of the allotted "forty winksi' by the
time he retires. However, the scarcity
of his sleeping hours does not affect
his disposition, for he is always cheer-
ful and carcfree.
QD K A
XVAR wvlllllll' Board Qjg Class Football
H, 3JQ'm7TCStllllg fel-, 3, Jjg "N" Man-
ager VVrestling CQQQ Sergeant Cijg Pistol
Marksman CD3 Rope Pull
Tubba has become one of the vital
cogs of the military machine. He is a
sergeant down in old C Troop after
spending two carefree years as a pri-
vate over in A Troop. Tubba has spent
the last two summers as a salesman.
He has made a success in this line and
has carried his energy and pep back
to Norwich. This bundle of energy
since being made a sergeant has ful-
filled all the requirements of a non-
com. His whistle and voice are among
the loudest of the C Troopers and fully
justify the sobriquet of sergeant.
For two years Tubba played class
football and his untiring efforts earned
for him a regular position in its back-
field. In addition to this he has been
on the wrestling squad three years,
succeeded in making his letter and is
manager this year.
Page 74 text:
DENNIS IJANIEL I,0NAI-ICE GERALD FRANKLIN ELLIS
Northfield, Vt. Norwood, Mass.
HIJf'7L7Ly,U HINCICU "Jgrry',
Track QS, JJ, Outing Club, First Tour- 2 QE
ist Ujg VVinter Carnival QSJ.
Dick is one of our representatives
from the fair village of Northfield.
Steady and loyal, Dick will never set
the world on fire, but nevertheless he
has that element of persistency that
will enable him to achieve his goal.
Dick continues to pursue his way un-
rufiled by the din and clamor that as-
sails the ear of the average Norwich
Denny is 21 veritable storehouse of
information concerning Northfield. If
anyone desires the "red-hotn on the
activities of the town, Denny can be
relied upon for the authentic "info."
He also has a remarkable memory for
the deeds and exploits of Norwich men
of past years.
Dick has aspirations to write M. D.
after his name. May he succeed in
this ambition so perchance one day we
may see him filling "Doon Judkins'
Class Football Q4-jg Varsity Football
H, 3, Qjg Baseball Q4, 3,4 Associate Edi-
tor of WAR VV1IooP Q2jg Sophomore Ban-
quet Committee CSD, Freshman Hop Com--
Jerry was heard to have said prior
to the Dartmouth-Norwich game, "If
I get in, you just watch me run those
Dartmouth ends." And he did, tearing
off about forty yards in the last two
minutes of play. For three successive
seasons Jerry has been working hard
on the gridiron, missing his letter only
by one game. On the diamond, as well
as on the gridiron, he has never missed
a practice and some say he will suc-
ceed Nick Altrock in a few years. Viiith
the coming of hockey Jerry hits the ice
and gets up every time.
For three years he has Ubuckedi' the
military, and successfully, for he now
holds the coveted title of Junior Buck.
More power to you, Jerry, me boy.
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Emonv ALBERT F1c1.cH BnAYToN DEARBORN FISHER
Class Football Qi, Sjg Wrestling Squad
f3, Qjg Track Squad Qfijg Freshman Polo
Squad Hjg Summer School
In the fall of '24 a slimy Rook-all
Hooks are slimy-blew into our midst
and gave his name as Felch and his
native hamlet as Natick. True enough
many good men from that city have
entered the halls of Norwich, but none
like Pete. He, of the Eaglebeak, was
one of the big factors in the Rook-
Sophomore games. Due mainly to l1is
fighting spirit our team won these
classic contests both years. ln the
academic world he is conscientious of
duty, but he never allows it to over-
burden his mind. Ofttimes as one
wanders through the barracks he is
greeted with a soft, drawn-out snore.
Upon careful search the sleeping hu-
manity is found.
"A good guy" they call him around
the Hill and none could ask a greater
tribute than this.
Freshman Footballg Varsity Football
C-L, fijg "NH Clubg Track Teamg Freshman
VVcck Comrnitteeg Carnival Week Commit-
teeg Athletic Councilg Vice-President Ath-
Big, Bad Bud, anyone meeting never
forgets him. Coming from Worccsterl,
Bud upholds the fair cityis honor by
his whole-hearted assistance in many
lines of activities.
Bud earned a position on the grid-
iron for two years until forced to re-
tire with injuries, but hopped right
back as assistant Rook coach. In
track he has attained distinction as Il
shot putterg his heaving was much
easier than line heaving in Peter Dow's
Speaking Course. His talents are not
confined to the athletic field, as thc
social life claims him for her own. He
has also served on various committees.
as a member of the A. A. Council, and
is now vice-president of that organiza-
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