WALTER RICHARD CROWDER,
Entered College Fall Term, 1910.
Member of Phi Gamma Literary So¬
ciety; Relay Team, 'II and '12; Football
Team, ' I 1 and ' 1 2.
"Dick" is a man with a future. Whatever he
does, he does all over; when he is playing football,
his physiognomy rivals that of the clown in the big
circus—-however, his is more serious. Dicks is a
reserved and unpretentious disposition; his emo¬
tional side is unexplored, but it may be safely
assumed that he has a proper appreciation for the
sentimental. He is one of "Madam s pels, and
it is thought that if he stayed here a few more years
he would acquire a stiff "bootlick.
"A o man is hurt hut hy himself.'
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