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Page 83 text:
RICHARD JEROME BICCORMICK RAYMOND JOSEPH MOGARRY
Pittsford, Vt. Rutland, Vt.
Corporal Cfijq Sergeant fijg Freshman
Class Polo f-L, 3, 21, Pistol Marksman Q2jg
A true son of old Vermont! Mac,
as he is affectionately called by his
classmates, hails from Pittsford, that
thriving city of which Rutland is a
suburb. Pittsford bids fair to produce
the successor to Steinmetz, for in Mac
it has a future electrical wizard. He
surely stands out as the star pupil in
that group of the class of ,28, who,
day by day, may be found rowing dili-
gently over sine waves and hunting
conscientiously for gausses.
However, it is not only in the aca-
demic line that Mac asserts himself,
for he is also a first-class military man.
He is so worthy of the honor that
when the promotions were read in June
he was one of the ranking line ser-
Quiet and reserved, yet a good sport
at all times, Mac surely proves a
favorite among his classmates.
E 111 E
Class Football Q-Hg Varsity Football
C5554 Sophomore Banquet QSM VVinter Car-
nival fiijg Associate Editor YNAR xVIl00P
ffjg Headquarters Company Q3, 2,3 Out-
ing Club CBD, Night Club QS, QQ.
Mac is one of the most prominent
men on the parade, particularly be-
tween 4-.30 and 5.30 every day. Upon
these occasions his mute mannerisms
give testimony to the fact that Mac
is lost in deep thoughts. .lust what he
may be thinking about keeps the major
and the roomies wondering.
Mac is a man of few words, but when
they come, they come plenty, and vol-
ume is equalized by the size of the
words. He goes in big for the eh-higl1-
eh literature and his epitomies bear evi-
dence of great thought.
His academic record this year and
various activities show that he is by
no means an idle man. Class and var-
sity football, Night Club and commit-
tees of all kinds are his contribution,
popularity and success his rewards.
Page 82 text:
STORM, PLUMER IILYLIPHREYS Louis S1-:BASTIAN I,o11ENzo
NeWljl1ry', 31355. lhI3IlCllCStCl' Depot, Vt.
E dw E A 2 T
Freshman Football 1455 Glee Club 13jg
Scrub Manager Football 1314 WYAR VVHooP
Board 1:?jg Band 14, 3, D5 Corporal 13jg
Sergeant 12jg Freshman Academic Medal
14jg Sophomore Academic Medal 13jg
General Average Medal
Hump breezed onto the Hill one day
about three years ago with joy and good
humor emanating from him and, like
Alexander the Great, determined to
conquer the world. Notwithstanding
the handicap of being incarcerated
within the confines of Service Troop,
Hump sure has made a great start in
his Alexandrian ambition. Unlike
most academic sharks, he always has
time for a cheery hello and to act like
any other human being.
Hump says he's going to be a doctor,
and by the way he's going now we
would not be at all surprised to see
the M. D. title after Storer's name in
a few years. If he can doctor patients
as well as the academic, Hump's suc-
cess is certain.
Assistant Circulation Manager G'uiflon
14jg Circulation Manager Guidrm 12jg
Samosets 131g Corporal 1334 Class Football
13jg Chairman VVinter Carnival Committee
13jg Rifle Team 13, Qjg Rifle Ng Business
geant 12jg "N"
WAR WIIOOP 12jg First Ser-
Clubg Outing Club 14, 3, JJ.
of l1is home
lived down the handicap
town and is now one of
the most prominent men in the Corps.
Among' his activities he numbers ath-
letic, military and literary accomplish-
This year he holds down the first
sergeancy of old A Troop. In his
hands were the destinies of our lvintel'
Carnival as Sophomores, and it was
a distinct success. Louis has done
yeoman work on both the Guiclon and
the VVAR VVHOOI' and has done much to
make them what they are or will be. lt
is safe to say that no man at Norwich
at the present time has done more and
has done it well than Louis Lorenzo.
Page 84 text:
Cimizimzs AnNoLn BIAHAN RALPH MAY0
New London. Conn. Bangor, 316-
uf'Il!Il'1ic",v "Sloan" ffghorty'
2 A E
Scrub Manager Baseball Q4-jg Class Foot-
ball Q-L. iijq Freshman Hop Committee Mjg
Glec Club 13, 215 Sophomore Military
liedal fill, VVild Boar
Apparently the powers have never
recognized the military prowess of
Charlie, for he has remained a buck
for three years. One of the best look-
ing soldiers on the Hill, and winner of
Sophomore military medal, he still
wears a clean sleeve. The mills of the
gods grind slowly, but perhaps they
will grind out two buttons for Charlie
1Io0n is a great player on the glee
team. He has a sweet tenor voice and
this coupled with his cherubie coun-
tenance makes him a great asset to
Prof. VVhitcomb. Charlie for all of
his cherub-like appearance showed us
his worth in football. He played on
both of his class teams, and displayed
a fighting spirit that spurred his team
on to success.
E A E
VVrestling qi, 25, Club qi, 3, fp:
Glec Club C-L, 3, ij, Band C-L, 3, LU: As-
sistant Manager Football
lvhen they are speaking of Shorty
llayo, all Norwich men quickly asso-
ciate him with two things-horses :md
the band. Shorty dearly loves horses.
He will sit by the hour and relate
stories of bucking bronehos that he
has ridden and of dangerous stecple-
chases he has successfully taken. .lust
the other day he was heard to remark
that he had actually mounted Number
One unaided. Yvhen Shorty is not
spending his spare periods in the rid-
ing hall he may be found tooting his
horn for the sake of bigger and better
bands for Norwich. It seems a shame
that the hand never makes trips to
Randolph. Think of it, Shorty! Free
fares to Randolph.
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