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Page 78 text:
CHARLES HOXVAIID CQALVIN CIIARI,ES SCOTT flILCIIRlST
Colerain, Mass. Newport, Vt.
A E T A E T
Freshman Football CD3 Freshman Base-
ball ffijg Sophomore Football Assist-
ant Manager Basketball Qjg Manager Bas-
ketball fljg Assistant Business Manager
XV.-All XNIIOOP fljg Buck 13, 2, lj.
Colerain may be a big place, but
Norwich never heard of it until Charlie
dropped in on us. Judging from ob-
servations, however, there must at least
be some kind of a social life there be-
cause Charlie doesn't have any trouble
making good with the fennnes. YVher-
cver he goes there will bc found an
atmosphere of friendliness and good
cheer. Sometimes he finds himself in
trouble due to his penchant for play-
ing practical jokes and his attitude of
stoieism where a military or academic
detail is concerned, but Charlie showed
us his unfailing energy in securing the
basketball managership this season.
Rifle Q3, QQ, Pistol Marksman fzfjg Ser-
geant f:?jg Buck Q44, 3jg WAR WHooP QLD.
All hail to the he-man from the great
Northwest, or to be explicit, Newport,
Vt. When Scott dropped into our
ranks at the beginning of Rook year,
who thought that in two short years
he would be a ranking sergeant, rifle
shot extraordinary, and unofficial men-
tor of all wayward Rooks-as well as
Junior and Senior bucks. Few contem-
poraries have ever seen Gill in "cits.',
Scott is not a member of the Barre-
Montpelier team, but we have heard
some pretty authentic stories concern-
ing a certain "Joyee,H a fair co-ed from
old Midd. How could she resist that
military bearing? We predict a great
future for this lanky son of Newport.
Scott also earned a reputation as a
photographer of no mean ability and all
photographic work in this book is the
result of Sc0tt's supervision.
Page 77 text:
VVINSTON ALLEN FLINT FRANCIS EDX1'ARD FULLER
Northneld, Vt. Framingham, Mass.
E A E ff' E K
Varsity Basketball 141, Sjg Varsity Base-
ball ffljg Freshman Hop Committee Mjg
Corporal Sergeant Qjg Outing Club
Here is a "local boyy' who came to
Norwich as an innocent and unso-
phisticated youngster. He has lived
and learned, however, and now has no
fear when he is called upon to take
a long trip to the metropolis of Mont-
pelier or to cities of equal size.
ive cannot forget, nevertheless, the
time on a basketball trip to Hartford
when Blink asked for an alarm clock
to take to his room so as to wake up
early and go out and see the city. This
can be overlooked, however, because of
the fact that there are no hotels in
existence in Northfield and, also, this
all happened in his Rook year, before
he saw "the light."
Wlhen we realize that Blink roomed
with Mahan and Tuttle during his first
year. we marvel at the progress he has
made in the military.
Associate Editor of VVAR WH001' QQ,
Buck qs, Q94 M. A. o. 443.
Frank came to us from the Agricul-
tural College of Massachusetts. .lust
why he should change from an agri-
cultural college to a military one is
beyond the ken of any Norwich man
Frank hasn't any aspirations along
the military line, but he certainly
makes some record marks in academic
subjects, and this is not the result of
agreeing with the professor's opinions.
Frank is usually found on the other
side of the argument and he will go to
any end to maintain his position.
His ability as an artist won for him
the job as art editor of this publica-
tion and various pages show fruit of
his eHorts. Frank seeks the cultural
side of life and his pleasing manners
have won for him many friends.
Page 79 text:
RICHARD l,I2o Goss RICHMOND STIQIPIIEN HAMILTON
St. Johnsbury, Vt. Princeton, Blass.
"H0l1ff', "IIamie," "Rook"
A 2 T CID K A
Class Football Qfijg Class Rope Pull f3jg
Assistant Manager of Rifle CSD, Associate
Editor Guidon QS, 255 Pistol Marksman
CQDQ Norwich Chemical Society C3, Qjg
Manager of RiHe Qjg Assistant Editor-in-
Chief 1928 YVAR Wlnoor C254 Sergeant Q2jg
Buck Q4-, 3jg Outing Club Qzlj.
lVhen St. Johnsbury sent this na-
tive son to matriculate at Norwich she
little realized what a favor she was
conferring on us. Any upperclassman
can tell what a changed man Hope is
since the days when he led the rest
of us Rooks in a parade, impersonat-
ing Service Troop. His literary abil-
ity is shown by his high position
on both the VVAR XVHOOP and the
Guidon, and his is the task of chaperon-
ing our champion rifle team on its nu-
merous excursions this year. Although
he has the disadvantage of being
one of "Doc" Howard's odoriferous
"drips," he may live this down in time
and carry on after graduation the good
name he has earned at Norwich.
Class Football Hjg President Samosets
filjg Freshman Hop Committee Q-ljg Buck
qi, 3, 23.
Although Hamie has never read any
books on "How to Have a Pleasing
Personalityf' he certainly has it. This
fact was evidenced by his being presi-
dent of the Samosets during his Sopho-
IIIOTC year. His care and thoughtful-
ness toward visiting athletes have made
the name of Norwich a symbol for hos-
For two years Hamie roomed in
Alumni, but this year he has trans-
ferred his activities to Jackman. At
the farthermost corner of the third
floor he and his cohorts, hlahan and
Carpenter, hold sway. There isn't a
"VVelcome,' sign over tl1e door, but if
a visitor is in the blues just drop into
Hamie's room and the atmosphere of
good cheer will soon drive those blues
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