Bayes Norton competed for Yale as a sprinter and finished second in the 1924 Olympic Trials. He earned a Rhodes Scholarship and competed through the late 1920s for Oxford in both the 100 yard and 220 yard. He later became a professor of chemistry at Kenyon College. He was a government consultant and was cited for his contribution to the Manhattan Project during World War II. He was co-author of an official US Government history of science in World War II, entitled Rockets, Guns and Targets.
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