If a West Point cadet wearing their full parade dress gray over white uniform under arms, then spin the rowels of the spurs on the boots of the statue of MG Sedgwick at exactly midnight, then the cadet with have good luck on his or her final exam. I am not sure why this tradition started and I am not sure Sedgwick was a particularly lucky general. This makes me wonder if his monument is haunted. If so then cadets have to go through a lot to win Sedgwick's good luck on their final exam.
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