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Page 80 text:
HAROLD HILTON WILLIAM FRANCIS IIODGKINSON, Jn.
VVestHeld, Mass. Quincy, Mass.
ULi7Il!'y,D "Lord ,Elp Us" "Bill," "Doc"
9 X 9 X
Fencing Q-L, 3, Qjg Fencing Q3Qg Mau-
ager Fencing CQDQ Polo 141, 3, Qjg Class
Polo fel-jg Track Squad QU, Basketball
Q4-jg Corporal Q3jg Guidon Q3, QQ, Editor
QQ, Secretarv-Treasurer N. E. I. N. A.
Qijg Sergeant CJD.
This is lKAl'iDid Iltoni' from the shores
of old England. Red is a Inan of
the world and has put into every port
from Hong Kong to Northfield Falls.
As an occupation he aims at a literary
career and as an avocation he is ma-
joring in fencing and polo. He has
served in various careers ranging from
shipis veterinarian in his Ma-iesty's
Navy to the beating of Service Troop
tom-toms. Harold has succeeded in
his chosen field, however, having won
the distinctive honor of being elected
secretary and treasurer of the N. E. I.
of A., as well as the manager of the
Class Football fljg Varsity Football
CSD, Glee Club 1111, 3, iljg Leader Glee Club
Cijg Assistant Track Manager Q3jg Rope
Pull Q-ijg Outing Club Buck Q4, 3jq
"Lo, the gentle lark is callingf, and
so Bill makes his entrance and thrills
the Glee Club audiences. Singers of
ability are few at Norwich and so Bill
has everything his own way in the
warbling department. All concerts.
school, church or private, are not com-
plete without Bill, who continues to
sing his way to fame. Socially, Bill
is a wow, never misses the opportunity
to bring a new fair one to Norwich
and the art gallery in the room evi-
dences the fact that he goes large.
A glance at his list of activities
shows his various talents, and his new
job at the infirmary as assistant to
Doc Judkins finds him right in his ele-
ment. .lust what Bill intends to do
next we do not know, but we do know
that success awaits him.
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
Page 81 text:
CIIARLPIS RAYMOND HtDI,MAN
"Man Hunt" Q-U3 'SAnvil Chorusw
Just out of Randolph High School,
the former stamping grounds of Bill
Scott and Stan Brigham, found Jumbo
Holman breaking into Norwich society
bent on becoming an electrical cn-
gineer. Thus far in Spence's pipe
course he has been a whale of a suc-
cess. His triumphs are, nevertheless,
not due to overstudy. The hours
Charlie spends in studying are very
few. As a rule, he spends the early
part of his evenings trying to find a
soft spot in one of Hen Orser's straw
mattresses. But stay! His Inarks in
this case are inversely proportional to
the time and energy expended in grind-
ing. His spontaneous good nature
and likable personality make him one
of the most popular men on the Hill.
.loHN HAREN I'iUCKINS
Laconia, N. H.
Class Polog Buck fiijg Sergeant fij.
Huck is another man from New
Hampshire State and although he has
been here less than two years he is
already a very essential cog in the mili-
tary machine. His very military ap-
pearance as well as his National Guard
training made him a sergeant, and we
all know that he is familiar with the
military because of the number of times
he made orderly as a buck. Besides
being a sergeant on the Hill, Huck is
also a corporal in the famous Head-
quarters Infantry Company downtown.
Any man who can hold down two non-
com jobs at once shows promise and
so we all hope to see Huck a Cadet
officer next year.
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