Frank Bradley played outstanding football for two of Peddie’s greatest football coaches. He learned his skills under Coach Earl MacArthur and used his experience to help Mickey Shuman in his rookie season in 1942.
Frank served as captain of that team and provided some of Peddie’s offensive firepower against the Princeton Frosh and later scored one of the touchdowns in the 21-0 victory over Blair.
He also ran track for the school in the spring.
Frank was a leader off the gridiron by serving his classmates as their secretary-treasurer and being a member of the House Committee. In addition, he graduated cum laude.
Frank combined athletic prowess, leadership and scholastic achievement during his Peddie career.