Each spring, on the night of the annual Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge, a certain spirit of revelry prevails, especially among the members of the Drones Club, and the next morning often finds them hostage to the constabulary and having to make an appearance at the Bosher Street Police Court before returning to the free world. The magistrate, Sir Watkyn Bassett, found 5 of these Drones (Archie Mulliner, the twins Claude and Eustace Wooster, Gussie Fink-Nottle, and Freddy Widgeon) awaiting judgment this morning for various infractions against the law (in no particular order: Disturbing the Peace, Indecent Exposure, Stealing a Policeman's Helmet, Vagrancy, and Drunk & Disorderly).
In order to avoid the public stigma of being jugged, these miscreants cleverly presented pseudonyms, so that their own names wouldn't appear in the papers. On this date, Albert Hall, Louis Armstrong, Daniel Boone, Seymour Butz, and Leon Trotsky were the names given by the defendants.
In order to gather the information for the annual Boat Race Night report in the Drones Club history, we must sort out from the 8 clues below which fellow appeared before the judge's bench in what order, what name he gave, and what crime he was sentenced for.