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Lieutenant U. GJ Herbert Lewis Swan Assistant Academic Director Head of the English Department Home in Boston, Mass., Brown University, Ph. B., '28, Kappa Sigma Fraternity, captain Varsity tennis, basketball, public speaking, Harvard University Graduate School of Education, Winthrop Theater Guild, Winthrop Tennis Club, instructor at Burr and Burton Seminary, Manchester, Vt., six years' busi- ness experience, Admiral Billard Academy, '36-, Thames Players, Hobbies: Writing, dramatics, composing, tennis. Carl H. Wies, M. D. Medical Officer Home in New London, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, B. S., '27, Yale University School of Medicine, M. D. '32, clinical instructor in medicine, Yale University, Captain llth C. A. Res., Attending Physician, Lawrence and Memorial Ass. Hospitals, Trustee, Chapman Technical High School, Attending Physician, Admiral Billard Academy '36-. '-. tw it ' -ii?" Q" Lieutenant il. Chl Frederic Doremus Leyser Instructor oi Mathematics and Spanish Home in White Plains, N. Y., Dartmouth College, A. B., '32, Magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Track Team, Dartmouth, M. C. S., '32, Guardian Life Insurance Co., '32-'36, Admiral Billard Academy, '36Y, Hobbies: tennis, handball. Lieutenant tl. GJ Gosta Robert Stene Head of the Modern Languages Department Home in Stockholm, Sweden, Markaryd College, Sweden, Polhman Commercial College, Stockholm, '24, Harvard College, A. B., '30, Instructor at Williamsburg High School, Mass., Harvard University, A. M., '33, lnstructor in Modern Languages at Massachusetts State College, Admiral Billard Academy, '36-, Hobbies: writing, dramatics, bicycling. 13 Ensign Iohn I. Morgan Instructor of Languages, Social Sciences, and Music Home in East Iatfery, N. H., Holy Cross College, A. B., cum laude, Harvard University, A. M., Boston University, Brighton Night School, Activities: dramatics, debating, band and orchestra, piano accompanist, Harvard Glee Club, Summer Camp Counselor, Instructor at Classical High School, Port- land, Me., Head of Education Dept., Camp Chipewar, Woods ville, N. H., Instructor at the Industrial School for Boys Shirley, Mass., Admiral Billard Academy, '37-5 Hobbies music, composing, tennis, nature study. 1 Ensi Home in Stafford Springs, Conn., Massachusetts State Col- lege, B. S., Q. T. V. Fraternity, Varsity baseball and football, Mathematics Club, 2nd Lt., 3rd Cav., Fort Ethan Allen, Vt., Hobbies: sports gn Randolph Corbin Barrows Instructor in Sciences Coach of Football and Baseball .H Ensign Charles Thomas Messer Aide to the Superintendent Instructor in Commercial Subjects Coach oi Basketball and Football Home in New Londong graduate, New London Business Col member, Knights of Columbus: Admiral Billard Academy '37-5 Hobbies: sports. -wa Ensign Walter B. Hutchinson Registration Officer Merchant Marine fa "shell-back," having crossed the equa- torlp Honorable discharge, Naval Reserve: Licensed New Jersey real estate operatorg I-lobbies: athletics of all kinds. legeg Varsity baseball, coach and playerg varsity basketball: f f - -L L, ,-."+' -- -1 -if gf?-.Lf ' 'Qu Wzfzn - ,. .-.r "1-v A ny.. ,. E". La- Q 'LL ITL 4-5' Six V , , man.. F5251 Sixth Row-Facult Ad ' y visor, Mr. Leyser, Nott, O'Brien, Weir, Lahtinen, Hurley, CdeWi1dt cmd Cooley missinql. Fifth Row-Baxter, Browne, Willard, Potter, Leak. Fourth Row-Allen, Labdon, Stubel, Rapalus, Bode. Third Row-Stevenson, Pollock, Hinkel, Dieckman, Quimby. Second Row-Arnold, Pickering, Siano, Leary, Forbes. Front Row--Christophersen, Storer, Gorinq, Hammond, Harvey. l F ,W THE FIRST CLASS Walter E. Gorinq President Cyril V. Storer Vice-President Charles R. Hammond Secretary Robert Christophersen Treasurer Robert Harve y Master-at-Arms 254-A R. r,'.. ' -. A' ..,,-.,' , 4' 'F-Q. 'Lys ,. - --.. -' Robert O. Allen "Bob" Business. Company B, Gunnery Officer. "Gotta get those guns cleaned." Unassuming and friendly, "Bob" came to us from Freehold Military Academy without a dernerit to his name, and has kept up his good record here. On the range and on the drill field he shows his previous military experience to good ad- vantage. Where rifles or pistols are concerned, he's an encyclopedia deluxe. I-Ie's a promising aviation prospect and an expert model builder. lack Arnold "Shanghai," "lack" Company B7 Football '38, Varsity Club '38, Boxing, Lapel Stars. "What's the good of English?" Directly after the fire, "lack" joined us after schooling in China, and has been a welcome addition, as his absence will soon prove. As every man is a "doodler," so is "Shanghaiy" he concentrates by designing airplanes, modern- istic and otherwise. A hard-hitting tackle, member of the Varsity Club, cr good boxer, he also rates high in his studies, as his lapel stars indicate, despite having to commute. Y a 3 Sidney B. Baxter "Sid" College. Company B, 3rd P. O.g Baseball '38y Wheel Watch '38, Yearbook, Editor-in-chief '38g Lapel Stars. "Now if you were a Bachelor." When the newly-formed corps of Cadets came together for the first mess this September, We noticed a dignified but meek-looking individual amongst us. Surely he'd take a back seat in our affairs. What a surprise we were in for! In him we find an haranguer of no mean ability, the organizer of the United Bachelors' Union, a pitcher with a curve that turns right angles, boss of the yearbook, and, if you can get past his vocabulary, a great guy. Chosen our "wittiest." H Bryon N. Bode "Steve" Art School. Company A, Commander, Yearbook '37, '38, Wheel Watch '37. "Bang, slam, wizz-zz, bang." "Steve's" comic antics have kept the corps in stitches for two years now. Good fellow and cartoonist, he was also leader of Company A. Cadet photographers find him a Willing and hilarious subject, as he is the center of every crowd he is in. The responsibility of officership has done much to steady him down. Chosen the "most comical." ...Q ..'.g' . 'x-.-.145 'I ,'--rv!-QD' ', gf-.-'T g ,wma 1.1453 -..,,-eh-,,, . ug' '. Iohn A. Browne, Ir. "Brownie" Coast Guard Academy. Bartallion Adjutantg Baseball '37, Boxing, Yearbook '38, Wheel Watch '38, Glee Club '38, Lapel Stars. "Stubie! Ch Stubie! " Our first drill-were the old fellows surprised? Will the new fellows forget it? Out comes Brownie, unknown material, and peps up a greenhorn drill into a comparatively good one. Formerly a high school R. O. T. C. Captain, the only man for Battalion Adjutant. Quite a hand at football, until a broken arm forced him to quit. Brownie was also a humorist in his own way, and a willing and popular worker in all school affairs. .xi v Bobert VV. Chnstophersen, Ir. Chris," "Swede" Merchant Marine. Company C, Commander: Football '38, Varsity Club, President '37, '38g Basketball Captain '37, Baseball '37, Boxing: Wheel Watch '37, '38g Class Treasurer '38, Win- ner, Best Athlete '36-37. "C'rnon, now, Mr. Stene!" A grin all over his Scandinavian face, and a wisecrack to accompany it-that's our "Chris." A veteran of last year's storms, we elected him our Treasurer tprobably because there was never any moneyl. "Swede" is serious+but not over the texts. We will always remember him doing the "Big Apple," feet flying, puffing like a locomotive-and still that grin. Athlete and cartoonist. HCHEERING THE ADMIRALH Oh, We'll always cheer the Admiral Till our hearts and tongues are still, 'Cause We've learned to love the Admiral And We vow We always Will! He's a gentleman of gentlemen, And so gentlemen are We, And we'll fight to Win for our Billard, And the thrill of victory! ,A .-1.1 -1,-,qi J- 'R ,M ' ' '- rf' V JMS Hugo deWildt "Hugo," "Dutchman" Merchant Marine. Company Cp Football '37, '38p Varsity Club '37, '38, Bas- ketball '37p Class Master-at-Arms '37. "l'm offa wimmin for good.' Hugo hails from the shores of Rhode Island, but he's more likely to be found sailing the seas. A fisherman by nature, it's not his fault that he dreams of the rolling Waters during classes. He's the best tackle this side of the Rockies, too, even though a bad ankle hampered his season. We shouldn't become serious over a fellow like the Dutchman, but his amiableness and natural kindness make him tops in our book. Chosen "most popular." Clifton M. Cooley "Cliff," "Charley" Business. Company C5 Football '37, Class Master-at-Arms '37, "How many e's in Mississippi?" "Cliff" is a loyal cadet, winter and summer. Occasionally, his Ford and roving spirit get the best of him., and it's off to Washington Where things are pretty lively, We hear. A good meal doesn't discourage him a bit, in fact, try to fill him up. Congenial personalities accompany good appetites, and "Cliff' has both. If you ever wanted anything done, Cliff was a volunteer. An excellent Watch Officer, too. X x V , it , 1 P an N9 5.5 f wlgf' lm , rr' ff !n u f U- . .If ., "Dielc" was "K 'int' ' ' - A. ' :7"V'. 'Y ' '-wt. 5 Harold H. Dieckrnan "Diek" Business. Company C, lst P. O., Hop Committee '38, Yearbook '37, '38, Wheel Watch '37, '38, Varsity Club '37, '38g Class Treasurer '37p Football '37, '38, Basketball '37, '38, Base- ball '37, '38, Dramatics '37, '38. "Well, more or less-" always ready to participate in all school activities, as his record indicates. This corner is particularly appreciative of his work as an ad solicitor for the yearbook. He was not above a little horse-play now and thenfask "the Pearl Diver's Gang." A business student, Dieckman plans to enter the financial iield. Good fellow, actor, and all-round athlete. .-S! Y Donald H. Forbes "DQn" Company B. "Sure, I'm gonna drag." "Don" is our lanky, pun-throwing comrade. A New London native, "Don's" specialty is dancing, and, from various re- ports, he has enough gals on the string to fill up every night in the month. A little cynical on why one should delve into the mysteries of education, he dislikes studying, but reluc- tantly complies to the iaculty's demands. Loves to sail, and has a catboat of his own. Success to you, "Don," and a long, happy life. Walter D. Goring "Walt," "Hoiman" Company C7 Football '38, Basketball '38g Captain Base- ball '38p Yearbook '38, Varsity Club '38, Class President '38g Lapel Stars. "Get down there, gang, keep low!" I-loirnan's all-round excellence in athletics has won him a place in the minds of the corps. However, his Work in the school room ranks in the upper quarter. These are not his only achievements, as he is noted as the leader of the Pearl Diver's gang and the pride of the annex. "Hoiman" was tops at instilling spirit into our athletic teams, he was also voted "best athlete." fa .. V f ' .Q " r .. ... , .. it . Q .iw -'R 7 I it 1: 7 "ggi, A' . ' WU 5965+ , -S . . .LL i-.- a...! it QU ,tl ' l gh: .. 'rrglvl 113 tl L LAL 3 .,:-gig-. ,wig . Q. N A -. I" Charles Richard Hammond "HapDY," "Dick" Coast Guard Academy. Company A: Class Secretary '38, Glee Club '38, Year- book '38g Wheel Watch '38, Football '38, Baseball '38, Captain, Boxing, Varsity Club '38." "Got any Wheatie coupons?" Not a sinner, not a saint, perhaps-but the very best of chaps. His playful pranks will live in our memories. "Dick" is an all-round athlete, for his ability to mix sports and studies is accountable for the success he is going to be when he gets into the Coast Guard Academy. His regular features-voted the "most handsome"-will get the gals, but he'll be true to that one back in Manchester. Robert F. Harvey "I-Iarv," "Knuckles" Company Cp Football '38, Boxing, Baseball '38, Man- ager, Varsity Club '38, Dramatics '38, Class Master-at- Arms '38, Orchestra. "Pansies! Pansies!" "Knuckles" would make a colorful professional fighter with his round house lefts and rights. "Harv" was quite a football player, too, backing up the line with hard tackles, accom- panied by "body English." A much-bewhiskered villain in one of the school plays, We will always remember his lingo which ran the gamut from W. C. Fields to the Bowery and back to the wild and woolly west. A great kidder, even in class. N ,Harry E. Hinkel "lingle," "f-link" Company A. "Are you in here again?" "Iingle" has been much more ot an asset to the corps than his record would indicate. Always ready to hold up his end, he has contributed much with his good-natured attitude toward everybody and everything. A partner in the beat- pounding patrols with Siano, "I-link" has left the women and the Bachelors' Union alone, preferring to remain an in- dependent. For a While, he rivaled "Joe BloW" with pipe and tug boat chapeau, Edward F. Hurley "Kittery," "Ed" Business. Company B, lst P. O., Hop Committee '37, Chairman '38, Wheel Watch '37, '38, Football '37, '38, Cross Country '37, Baseball '37, Basketball '37, '38, Varsity Club '37, '38, Yearbook '38, Dramatics '38. "How about a date up the college?" Maker of malapropisms, he will be smilingly remembered for his famous "All accounted or present for, sir." Known, liked, and admired for his "line," smile, personality, and responsibility-active in everything-Hurley was voted as the cadet who had "done most for Billard." -s 1. S .' wx . -h Q' 1 ' 4. ' ' as-" ",:A,akA ilIt,Ql' ning, il, 5 .f I V t-111,352 in-4 1 3 , ' f-49355 :-- if . 4. 'Q A I . . M I , , . shi!" - i' Q N- pr than 'i il 4 e .., V f -K , .1 f .t,E'gfieg . ff-1 -nw", ' f , :fi ' -L .r..:- 6 D V f-mf' ,'. . "sup 1.,---,J 5:57- "'4?Q?F'4 3- . - . sg-1:15 "Yi,"-77 'LQ H- S VY ,X .fav f ff fff'-if-f -'ie s s'Ee:+f'2f74l3-9 wb" ' -' - fffeiaftfgi 'ff' L f - f it-if . hvff f .- wif?-f-1 Bobert A. Labdon "Bob," "Lab" Coast Guard Academy. Company C, Football '38, Baseball '38, Yearbook '38, Wheel 'Watch '38, Glee Club '38. "Sure, if you say so." Bob is our agile first baseman, tennis star, and was also on the football sguad. l-lammond's roommate and partner in the petty crimes of practical joking, he's unobtrusive, like- able, and always ready to laugh. He is headed for the Coast Guard Academy in 1939 and from all indications is an excellent prospect. Voted "most optimistic." 1 'x n Allan E. Lahtinen "Laht," "Sugar" Coast Guard Academy. Company B5 Yearbook '38, Band '38. "O Shucks! Crirnineyl Fudge!" "Laht" is a 'nautical-minded cadet, "if there ever was one." He is determined to go to sea, Whether by means of a school sloop or via the Coast Guard Academy. He's already been to sea in the sloop, and it was a wet ride. His business ability has won him the reputation of star ad solicitor for the "Admiral" Toots a mean bugle in the band and fre- quently too mean a one on the fourth deck. His Worst enemy is math. Robert P. Leak "Bob" Company Ap Football Manager '38g Glee Club '38, Yearbook Photography Editor '38. "Pass the spuds, please, suh." "Now turn off that light. No, turn it on again, give it a little more exposure: now, you see, that was too much." Cadet Robert P. Leak, the gentleman from No'th Carolina, suh! "Bob" is the man responsible for the editing of the photography end of this book. If his southern accent was heard anywhere on the campus, a camera would be sure to be seen in the vicinity. The efficient manager of the foot- ball squad, quiet, smiling, courteous, "caller-outer" of the "Big Apple"-and voted the "neatest." Bobertl-l Nott "Woody" Company B Glee Club 38 Band '38. Woody was a staunch member of Company B, although he beat a stirring drum in the band Along with this per- cussion ability went an ever pleasant nature mixed in with some dry humor Playing the outfield on the baseball team, Nott made a rep for hrmself for shagging flies. Being a day student the corps wasnt privileged to see as much of him , if 355' Robert T. Leary "Bob" Company A, 2nd P. O., Football '38, Iunior Varsity Basketball '38, Baseball '38, Varsity Club '38, Hop Committee '38, Wheel Watch '38, Yearbook '38, Lapel Stars. "I gotta look 'ut the boats now." Bob is the most sea-minded cadet in the corps and his quest for sea-faring knowledge is ever going on, as evidenced by the tact that he stood way out front in his navigation class. "Bob" worked hard in everything he started and won the distinction of being voted "best student" and "most likely to succeed." X Q55 Paul D. O'Brien "OB," "Mickey" Company A, 3rd P. O.: Glee Club '38p Yearbook '38g Wheel Watch '38g Baseball '38p Boxing. "Say, sir, ahem, whats the trig assignment?" "O.B." was one of our "comp" students. He had planned on taking the Coast Guard exams, but the lure of the Merchant Marine was too great for him. He never does a job, but what it is done Well. His smiling lrish ways will bring cheer to his many friends and help him to make a success of his future. He hopes it's the Nantucket next. R '1 Y' Theron A. Pickering Coast Guard Academy. A Company Cy Baseball '38p Band '38. "Hello there, chief, how's things?" Asn honest-to-goodness down-easter, Pick hails from Deer Isle, the port of the wooden boats and iron men. He likes to hunt, and the man at bat when "Pick" is pitching thinks his "smoke ball" is shot from a cannon rather than thrown. A skillful trumpeter in the orchestra and band. His motto is "Coast Guard or bust," and if hard work and a flair for math have anything to do with it, it won't be "bust." "Pick" lohn Potter Company B, Commander, Yearbook '37, '38, Lapel Stars, Class Secretary '37. lack was one of the rnost obliging members of the corps, being always ready to contribute his advice and help. Leader of Company B, he won lapel stars, and if his mind had always been on his work, he might have gone much higher. "lack" intends to become a Merchant Marine Officer, but it is certain that he will have a girl in only one port-New London. lohn Pollock "loe Blow" Engineering School. Company A, lst P. O.g Wheel Watch '37, '38, Yearbook '37, '38, "So I sez to the skipper." Old "Ioe Blow," always good for a story, will long be re- membered by the corps, Whether it be for shouting off corn- mands or for the tales of Panama, both given in his unique, husky voice. "loe" also was a social light, rating high at Connecticut College, and a hoofer of no mean ability, being voted both "best dancer" and "ladies' man." S C1 lack," "Pot" Albert V. Quimby "Al" Coast Guard Academy. Company B7 Football '38g Wheel Watch '38. "Well, if it was me." "Al" entered this school with the wisdom of the Vermont hills from whence he came. He likes to argue on anything, from: "Are we adequately prepared for war?" to "Who is the best looking movie actress?" Rugged as the famous Barre granite, "Al" played a smashing game at tackle. Possessor, too, of an infinite number of jokes and puns which kept grins on our faces, in spite of being voted "most pessimistic." s 4. f jl Theodore C Rapalus "Rap" Coast Guard Academy. Company C, 3rd P. O.: Glee Club '38g Yearbook '38g Wheel Watch '38p Lapel Stars. "She's fourth on my list." "Rap"-the chap with the smile-was one of the most likeable cadets in the entire corps. An ardent photographer, he got himself a half interest in a goat which furnished all the camera fiends an interesting subject. Rapalus performed well in the class room, as his record shows, and his work on the school newspaper proved to be an invaluable asset. Author of the humorous column, "Billard Night After Night." Gif' J muur11i11lHHwaim m1nieIlHHH mmmiauimnmm ,LP D A l,' ' 3 133301354 4632 , . , N, pc 974.602 N42AD, 1938 'U fa '44 ' ,....x V A A !,.,,.-,,,.,,.,. 'Pu Iohn Siano Band '38. "lohn's" smile "best-natured" quarter's play His trick beats at drill, but he a rifle-other Q , .tj Walter B. Stevenson "Steve" Company C, Gunnery Officer, Wheel Watch '38, Dramatics '38, "ls the canteen open?" "Steve" was one of the quieter members of the corps-most of the time. Nevertheless, his presence here as gunnery officer was felt by all. His activities also reached into the field of dramatics, where he aided school plays as property man. He was also an editor on the school paper. Our daily letter writer, also. Company Ag I 1 Coast Guard Academy. Football '38, Glee Club '38p Yearbook '38g Oh, I know-use substitution." is ever present, and helped to elect him the cadet in his class. He didn't miss a single on the football field throughout the season. on the drum were appreciated by the boys' laments the fact that he never marched with than on X duty. Likes to Walk -around in polished riding boots to show the sailors all they're missing. A truly swell guy. Ile Cyril V. Storer "CY," "Red" Coast Guard Academy. Company B, Zncl P. O.p Football Captain '38g Baseball '38, Varsity Club '38g Yearbook '38g Glee Club '38, 'Wheel Watch '38g Class Vice-President '38, Lapel Stars. "l ain't talking." Red came here just in time for football, and soon showed himself the man for captain. For several months, he spent his weekends studying, but the call of Connecticut College proved too strong. He also rates near the top in his studies, and will probably have a long and successful career in the Coast Guard. ,I Alvin T. Stubel "Slaughter," "Stubie" Naval Academy. Company C, 2nd P. O., Football '37, '38p Baseball '37, Cross Country '37, Boxing, Varsity Club '37, '38, Year- book '37, '38p Wheel Watch '37, '38g Class President, Lapel Stars. "Oh, if l were only a man." "Never a dull moment" is the expression Written all over "Stubie's" countenance. A two-year man, his constant aid to the rookies was deeply appreciated. Could have given a course in how to arrange "breakfast in bed," "soapboxing," phrase-coining, and Baxter-baiting. "Stubie" was always in the thick of the fun, and a darn good sport. Good student, and athlete, he was voted the "most versatile." O Bobert W. Weir "Bob," "Weary" Company A, Glee Club '38, Wheel Watch '38, Band '38. "Now where'd you find that dust?" A top-notcher from New lersey, "Bob" is a quiet easy- going chap, and they don't make them better. After penetrat- ing his solitude, you find and value the clever wit he pos- sesses, especially if you are the object of his remarks. In spite of his handsomeness, "Bob" is not a ladies' man. Or- ganizer of the "Scots"-and one of the editors of the Wheel Watch. D. Badcliife Willard "Bad," "Will" Battalion Commander, Football '37, '38, Captain '37, Baseball '37, Basketball '37, Yearbook Editor '37, Busi- ness Manager '38, Wheel Watch '37, '38, Class President '37, "ln summer butter will run, will-lard?" Our excellent senior cadet, "Rad" even looked the position, maintaining serious dignity in public life, though he had many ways of relaxing with his friends. His school spirit and popularity rates high. His knife-like drives into the opposition in football made him known as the fifth man in the opponents backfield. Punner extraordinaire, chief money- raiser for the Admiral, and other things too numerous to mention. COMMISSIONED Bode, Company Ag Browne, Adjutant: Willard, Battalion Commander, OFFICERS Potter, Company B7 Christophersen, Company C. NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Company A-Leary, 2nd Classy Pollock, lst Classy O'Brien, 3rd Class Allen, Gunnery Officer. Company B-Storer, 2nd Classy Hurley, lst Class: Baxter, 3rd Class. Company C-Stubel, 2nd Classy Rapalus, 3rd Classy Dieckrnan, lst Class: Stevenson, Gunnery Officer. u ,V Q . . ,r A ' . , 1 .x:- .'.. f 'ev' ' . . -I-.:r '-- -'. . . ' ' nh, ' V , - ' ' ' ' ' "r -. M . Y w zz- . ' ' . ,fm . . ' :, 1. '. 41? J , f f A , 4-1. 4 vv V- 1 1 . . . S X'-f , N 5,--f -. X .1 I s , ' J, -, , 'cf.1'. E' ". 1', 15 .' ' , -if pr. ,- .l. , l 1 r ,fi x' gc V n' 1 ,ri , 'x " J ,, K' V ' ' ,Q 11 . , M5 if . x ,QW X -H. '.'7 ' Y 'Lf-'rf .lr 'A .- , . 2 xlfx . a -.r .-Q yx A. 'Y 1 , vw . ,' ,Av 'f- g, --1.1 X. .Nix hi . J... ,- V J JP. rf F! K. .'-. ". rg '99 ' " " Ln Fourth Row-Lillico, Poitras, Weber, Faculty Advisor, Mr. Swan. Third Row-Massetti, Commoss, Lewis, Moulton, Monser. Second Row-MacLeod, Bremner, Dunn, Karner. Front Row-Downs, Pacifica, Vredenburgh, Dawley, Iones. , O THE SECOND CLASS Raymond T. Vredenburq President Walter K. Dunn Vice-President Iohn M. Pacifica Treasurer Armand Poitras Secretary Russell Dawley Master-at-Arms 'diiff' ' 'ffm' -1 4 l . 1 x.J 1 1 -.paul 5 A ' -Q aan-, 2 t . fl .2-jf. Third Row Tabailloux Brueqqeman, Hamilton. Second Row Grim Branner Stavroudis, Faculty Advisor, Mr. Morgan. Front Row Knowles Egan Leitch, Simpson, Saloia. TI-IE THIRD CLASS Iohn Badqer Leitch President Bernard Donald Branner Vice-President Robert Emmett Simpson Secretary George Sabia Master-at-Arms X l l pq.: if 1 " L A,4,,. , 1- AP I -'Q . 5 P u r xx X .NN 'Sb 9' O " ' f -- W-V - N' u .hm .1 "" - -' --r-'F' -A -iq .iv ,. 1, Ia .Q . -Z K "-'-W'-'.f X.: '5 X l - ' .4-'JZ 'QE' e V' :v, lfl!Ae.,.. . ,.. - .. .. , If ww.- Z X 71' H """'i-.tg Q 4 P " .1 I .,,., ,I Q X Q. ! '-X X, , Q " N I Liar' uf,l"f E.. V fl LAK' fi ' ', - , .::s:rEl4k:3L . f . Inf: L i '. 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'T' QQ-,QQQ , Y 1 -.tv-I, 1,- +L-fffftfx. ink ,pl '-n THE WHEEL WATCH Standing-Weber, Hammond, Storer, Iones, Windom, Grim, Lewis, Chris- STAFF tophersen, Baxter. Seated-Editors Vredenburgh, Hurley, Weir, O'Brien, Labdon, Faculty Advisor, Mr. Swan, Browne, Leary, Rapalus, Stevenson, Quimby, Business Manager Moulton. FORWARD, MARCH! The commands of military drill echo again across the parade grounds of Billard . . . FIRST FOOTBALL GAME A COLORFUL SPECTACLE Griswold wins close game, I3-6 . . . ARMY OFFICERS INSPECT ACADEMY The Colonel remarked that the Corps made an excellent appearance . . . Cadet Commissioned Officers Elected by Corps . . . Storm Hit Billard Fleet-boats broke away and drifted down the river . . . REVOLVING EDITORSHIP A different editor every issue is the plan the Wheel Watch follows here at Billard . . . VARSITY FOOTBALL LETTERS Eighteen varsity football letters are awarded . . . CLASS OFFICERS ELECTED . . . THE PHANTOM PEEKS AGAIN . . . ANNEXATION Studious cadets wanted to isolate themselves from the rest of the corps . . . LOG: Faculty trims Varsity in basketball . . . PUGNACIOUS PUGILISTS Promotor Pacifico and Announcer Harvey present the bouts with bombastic bellowings . . . PURPOSEFUL ENTERTAINMENT Dr. Graflin presents serious subject in humorous manner . . . LOG Health talk by Dr. Hay . . . TEA DANCE FOR SWEET COOKIES to the melodies of our own "Skippers" . . . CADET MONSER'S ESCAPADE in "Sea Minor" . . . LAPEL STARS FALL ON ALMA MATER . . . LET'S INTRODUCE OUR- SELVES Two of our instructors are turning into song writers . . . U. B. B., or Life, Love and the Pursuit of Sappiness fby Sid Baxterl. This epoch-making movement was the founding of a bachelors' union . . . BILLARD NIGHT AFTER NIGHT by O. O. Hugh Kidd-but when he chews his lello, that's the last straw . . . HOW WAS YOUR DATE? by the Voice of Experience, lnc. IA questionnairel . . . PASSING SALUTE The basketball season spectacularly climaxed with closing game against N. Y. M. A .... IT WILL BE ALL RIGHT ON THE NIGHT: Hats off to Cecil B. deMille Stene, the coaxing coach, and the gorgeous cast . . . CADETITORIAL Use common sense . . . BASEBALL PROSPECTS Thirty candidates report . . . THE EASTER BUNNY GOES A'TRUCKlN' Our 1938 Easter Formal . . . TIMES MARCHES ON BILLARD Occasion Was not fire, but celebration of the last one. V 4 kv jiw-'K . " . '. 5 ' ,tw-'.. , - - -ax , 5 h-'jf' .. Mi' '. g.-, ' ' ' ' -433414. - L -- ,., , e x.,.A, , 3. 1,5 .x, "V ',l" K. ... Wy., 'A -- .K ' 009' V--5. ,.,. .-q-. r '-.,.4 v w .n.,-4. g . 'X I W, nr. -, ' " 1., uv .. . '- 'es - . ', - ' I . ' ' 1 ' -'- My , A, -linqvl .ml ' ' - r' '- . I -' A ., '., 'IXTSIQ-g,4m-4."E swf' "' .-. I " ' "' ' 1?f't N 141412. wg: '-2 Alf' ia THE BAND Leader-Iones. First Row-Pickering, VV'eir, Dunn. Second Row-Forbes, Lchtinen, Lobdon Third Row-Comrnoss, Nott, Sicmo. -1' THE ORCHESTRA Faculty Director, Mr. Morgan, piano: Iones, leader, trumpets, Upham and Pickering, drums, Harvey, violin, Lillicop clarinets, Leitch and Gray, saxophone, Vredenburqh. THE HOP COMMITTEE Mrs. Evelyn H. Niles, Social Director Left to riqht-Dieckman, Rapalus, Leary, Commoss, Sabia, Vredenburgh, Gray, Leitch, Iones, Chairman Hurley. l i I ! Fw w vs YQ 0 051' few 0PTUmsTnc Omic :A A A i6f Quiz-nb s mo-ST 2551 -Q S. FN i. .Tb m"5Tfc 'sf V -J v-ff' 'WJ "x 0 3 . A u H la A .f 0- L-. 'N , rf R ,l ' , - .. ,a ff I .' 1 - ..- A C 4.7 -1 1.1 . ul xl. J ' f ' 1 , 'K 1 ' 4-mn-,-. I L L lxkqlrif "' . ' P J e -vr V x ina? V-. . 51 , P' 'V -' 3 ' -I ' N I 'ua g- .GST Q' """' cceed Aff and--Q eary- TT 5r"denf" 1 .N - ff so ' QQ ' 4 I .fqq A is ' v' X '-,fl -1 as-f'?3"'Q"' , f. , , nv. ' -f lk. 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Phone 8096 Dial 4301 Safety Tested Used Cars THE MARINERS SAVINGS BANK STATE STREET FOUNDED IN 1867 by Men Identlfred Wlth the Whallnq Industry Whallnq Museum open to the pubhc durmq banklnq hours PRESTO GRILL and RESTAURANT CARROL S CUT RATE 8 10 Bank Street PERF UMERS 156 State Street S E L L E C K GAS STATION S KAYES CLOTHIERS G FURNISHERS 225 State Street New London Conn C mphm nts o FISHER F1or1st EMPIRE CLEANERS and DYERS 670 Ba k Street New Londo Co n THOMAS L NEILAN FUNERAL HOME G SON Co phrnents of BURR S YACHT STATION I I I I 0 o 'e f ' n n, n. m. O I G O O D M A N ' S THE UNIFORM HOUSE OE NEW LONDON Since 1914 W1Sh9S the Adrmrczl Blllctrd Academy Contlnued Success 112 1 14 BANK STREET New London Connectlcut Telephone 4161 It s not Only qOOd Judgment Its good taste COMPLIMENTS OF Comphme 1 of IAMES DRUG STORE MALOOF ICE CREAM CO. Inc I I I . ' n s I l Drmk CMM m Bottles L f I coop. COLA Bo'r'rL1NG co 68 Woodbndge Street New London Conn Pho e 4307 COMPLIMENTS OF SAMUEL M PRENTIS The Cheney Packer Co GEO D PACKER Manager AII Kmds of Sea Food ln Season He e s where Low Pnc s Keep Co pany 1th I-hgh Q ahty 200 Bank Street New London Conn OLYMPIA TEA ROOM STEAKS SALADS SANDWICHES So s Ice C Candy 235 State St New London Conn COMPLIMENTS OF The Hopson 6. Chapln Mfg Co ADEQUATE HEATING Manwanng Buxld ng New London Conn MILK and CREAM COMPLIMEN TS OF NUTMEG CLUB BEVERAGE COMPANY ICE CREAM VITAMIN D MILK CFJKB 644335 IW Alllng Lmcoln 6 Prentls Inc INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE Room 10, 240 State Street Tel. 8232 New PRODUCTS London, Conn. II ' IIIII - !,2 'H ' 1 . 'K-f OF NEW LONDON. Inc. n I . da - ream - r e rn W' ' u ' I A 0 ! 4 L' ' - I . . i . AMEITITCANI MEDICAL I ASSH. I I O IUNE'S ROSE SHOP 116 Ocean Avenue Near Squire Street BOSTON CANDY KITCHEN 190 State Street TRAIL S ESSO SERVICE State Highway Bridge Approach FELLMAN 6. CLARK Florists 186 State Street New London CAPITAL CANDY SHOPPE 83 Broad Sf Confectionery and Ice Cream - Luncheons MALLOVES Iewelers and Opt1c1ans 48 State Street New London Conn THE CAPITAL HABERDASHER 54 State Street THOMAS GIARDINA The Academy Barber 201 Bank Street ABEN HARDWARE CO 78 Bank Street Complete Lme of Pamts Hardware and Sportmq Goods THE GROTON 6. STONINGTON TRACTION COMPANY Specral Busses for All Occasrons Telephone 5868 Mall Orders Promptly Frlled CCMPLIMENTS OF PASTRIES CANDY BEST SODAS ROBERT N TAYLOR BIRTHDAY CAKES Etc P E T E R S O N S CENTRALE BEAUTY SALON All Branches of CGMPUMENTS BEAUTY CULTURE COOPER S LAUNDRY Phone 7854 Convement Parkmg Space 441 Ocean Avenue New London L LEWIS 6 CO Estabhshed 1860 Chrna Glass Sllver Lamps Trophres and Noveltres State and Green Streets I . I - I I ' I I I 0 . . , . - . 1 1 1 g , . I I , o 0 . . I I I I . . Compliments of DR CHENEY CURRENT EVENTS IS A VITAL SUBIECT Your education will be better rounded rf you understand and are able to discuss Local State National and Internatlonal events THE NEW LONDON DAY Your Good Evening Newspaper Is an al ays up to date text book of current atfa1rs-and in add1t1on furnr hes boundless entertainment and special features hablt Delivered to the academy for 204 a Week or out of town by mail at SEZ SO for three months THE DAY CITCUIGIIOH 14 964 Our Class Photographer VIC CASTALDI Portraits of Quallty at Popular Prices COMPLIMENTS or KAPLAN FURNITURE N HADDAD 125 129 State Street Cornplunents of THE G M. WILLIAMS CO WALK OVER BOOT SHOP 237 State Street Compliments of VOGT S BAKERY F D CRANDALL 6. SON INSURANCE Dewart Building New London Connecticut PUTNAM FURNITURE COMPANY Expert Floor Covering Installations New London. Conn. W - . . . .. ' .S Develop The Day reading I O O DUTCHLAND FARMS 27 Flavors ot Dutchland-made Ice Cream Iust Across Thames River Bridge Groton, Connecticut Compliments of the SIDNEY MATTRESS 61 FURNITURE CO. New London's Only Bedding and Studio Couch Manufacturers and Furniture Warehouse Main Showrooms Branch Store 8 Shapely St. 331 State St. New London, Conn. ALLIN G RUBBER CO Everythinq for S P O R T S RAINWEAR PooTwEAR 238 State Street New London BEIT BROTHERS MARKET 60 Main Street RUDDY 6: COSTELLO Inc 52 State Street Compliments of ROYAL TYPEWRITER Compliments ot A PROFESSIONAL FRIEND Compliments of SCURIS BOWLING ALLEYS SPENCER STUDIOS PHoToP1N1sHrNG IANIE L EDGAR 231 State Street AUTO METAL BODY CO Bodies Repalred 19 Hobron TURNER S FLOWER SHOP 75 Main Street Compliments of Compliments of THE SUBWAY 113 Pequot Avenue Italian Sandwiches Ice Cream Cigarettes Compliments of SHALLER MOTORS Inc I. 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SAVARD BROS Inc 134 State St THE BOOKSHOP Inc Clothmg F T1'11Sl'11I'1QS Hats and Shoes Mendxan and Church Streets New London Comphmems of DR GUY V PUTMAN Optometr1st W T GRANT 5' C0 ss same street THE PULLEN PRESS Inc PRINTING OF HIGH QUALITY 107 Franklm Street Norwlch Connectlcut OI' One Hundred and Eleven Years Thls Mutual Savlngs Bank Has Alded Communlty Progress Its Deposltors Now Scattered World Wlde Are Lmked to Home Through The-Ir Bank THE SAVINGS BANK OF NEW LONDON 63 Mam St New London Conn COMPLIMENTS OF LIGH'I'I-IOUSE INN New London Conn If In Doubt Do Not Hes1tate to Call Us E IOHNSON Florlst Propnetor of OCEAN AVENUE GREENHOUSES 369 Ocean Avenue Phone Dial 7665 Near Lawrence Hospxtal Res and Greenhouses NEW LONDON CONN IAMES N KELLEY FUNERAL DIRECTOR 62 Washington Street New London Conn I O F . . lAdioininq the Billard Campusl v I - ' I ' 1 I . ' I 1 N 'L 'fb fr , ff I 14, I ,,. X faff' 4 ibm W of 5, ar- .-2 SINCE WI-IALING DAYS DELIVERING SATISFACTION THE F. H. 6. A. H. CHAPPELL CO. FOUNDED IN 1865 New London's Larqest and Oldest Merchants in COAL - LUMBER - BUILDING MATERIALS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT HEADQUARTERS "ELECTRIC FURNACE MAN" AUTOMATIC COAL BURNERS Furmsh Lowest Cost Automatlc I-Ieatmq 286 BANK STREET PHONE 3311 COMPLIMENTS OF WILLIAMB WATERMAN,Inc AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER 404 Mcun Street COMPLIMENTS OF T N M LATHROP. Inc 27 Years Wlth Studebaker THAMES SHIPYARD Inc New London Conn Repalrers of AII Types of Vessels LAURENCE A CI-IAPPELL Pres We Grve COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE to Admu al Blllard Academy WINTHROP TRUST CO 310 State Street p P FRANK H. CI-IAPPELL, Treas. . 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