Full name: Norman Cleaveland
Born: April 4, 1901 in Oakland, California, United States
Died: June 8, 1997 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Affiliations: Stanford Cardinal, Stanford (USA)
Country: United States
Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)
Norman Cleaveland attended Stanford and played rugby for four years as well as playing on the football team for three years. After graduating in 1924, Cleaveland spent 22 years in Malaysia supervising the tin dredging operations for a British company a profession at which he continued to make his living after returning to America. He wrote a book about his experiences in Malaysia during the "Communist Troubles," entitled Bang Bang in Ampang, and he had earlier written a well-reviewed biography of his grandparents, the Morleys, a legendary family in the 19th century history of New Mexico.
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