Admiral Farragut Academy - Buccaneer Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL)
- Class of 1955
Page 1 of 150
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Text from Pages 1 - 150 of the 1955 volume:
EJIIJH Ill BIHHD
Marshall J. Simon
David R. John
Faculty Section: Frederick A. Fleming
THE EDITORIAL BOARD OF THE BUCCANEER PROUDLY
PRESENTS THIS EDITION OF THE FARRAGUT YEARBOOK
IN THE HOPE THAT IT WILL KEEP ALIVE IN THE MINDS
OF ALL CADETS THE MEMORIES OF THEIR DAYS AND
LIFE AT FARRAGUT.
Classes: Edward E. Bomar Activities: Michael W. Gaynor
Battalion: Donald E. Keenan Photography: Guy S. Bryon
Athletics: Donald E. Laughner Faculty Advisors: LT Ralph N. Andrews, Mr. Steven R Camtield
Left to Right: 2PO Dlsmukep CPO Wolf INQ-
Honol Colorslg IPO Benner lSchool Colorslg
2PO Carter, R.
DAVID H. RUSSELL
B.S., University of
Board of Trustees
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EARL M. CLARK
B.S., Davidson College
lvi.A., Columbia Univ.
B.S., Mount Union
A.B., Howord College
M.A., Univ. of Chicago
Seated, L. fo R.: LTJG Hoag, LT Barker, LT Zipszer, LCDR Leafhers,
LT Taylor, LT Sanders, LT Andrews, LT Banks.
Siuncling, L. To R.: LTJG Kell , LT Richardson, LT Brown, LTJG
MPhILTG LGJY LTS kLTSl'l ll LTJG
c oi, eiger, TJ osper, loc , erri ,
LT Ralph N. Andrews
B.S. in Ed., University of Cincinnati
LT J. D. Barker
A.B., Mercer University
M. Ed., Mercer University
LT FloydL Brown if WJ
A.B., Miami University
Mathematics - Coach
BS Stroudsburg State eac ers onfwe
LT Lathrop Gallaghe X
History - Law
LT Walter M. Geiger W y
A.B., Baldwin-Wallace College
English - Speech
LTJG Richard N. Jasp
B.A., New York Universit
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LCDR Doyle R. Leathers
B.S., Gettysburg College
M.A., Gettysburg College
Director of Athletics
LTJG R. K. Salisbury
B.A., Ohio State University
M.S., Ohio State University
English - French
LTJG George M. McPhail
B.S., Jacksonville State College
M.A., University ot Alabama
Science - Head Coach
LT Barnwell R. Sanders
B.S., The College of Charleston
Science - History
LT Hubert G. Sherrill
B.S., High Point College
B.A., High Point College
LTJG Frank O. Stack
B.A., Bowdoin College
M.A., Middlebury College
LT Richard B. Taylor
Graduate U.S.N. School of Music
LT Orie T. Banks
A.B., University of Georgia
Director of Junior School
LTJG E. K. Haag
B.S., Florida State University
LTJG Edward L. Kelly
B.S., Pennsylvania State Teache
LTJG William Y. Richardson, Jr.
A.B., University of North Carolina
Mr. Steven R. Camfield
A.B., Michigan State University
M.A., Michigan State University
Dr. R. W. Owen
B.S., Indiana University
M.D., Indiana University
Fellow American College of Surgeons
Supervising Medical Officer
Dr. R. C. Bane
B.S., Ohio State University
M.D., Ohio State University
Reverend Walter B. Rutland
A.B., Emory University
M.A., University of North Carolina
B.D., Emory University
R. M. Lebo
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A. G. Mclnville
H. J. Lancaster RJ
Mrs. Alva J. Thomas
A.B., University of Pittsburgh
L.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology
Mrs. Ralph N. Andrews
Mrs. Marion W. Chisholm
Mrs. Helen H. Williston
A.B., Simmons College
Mrs. A. E. Meyers, R.N.
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Mrs. F. O. Stack, R.N.
Mrs. H. E. Moyer
Miss Dorothy Blewett
Secretary to the Commandant
Mrs. Louise Pike
Miss Dorothy Boivin
Secretary to the Principal
. Maolal nne Kass
Secretary to the Finance Officer
2, and 3-Athletically speaking 10-Pass in review
-Morning chapel ll-A thin view
-Forward march l2-Social hour
-Dance formals l3-Enjoying someone else lead chapel
-Informal 14-They do, too, study
-Dockage 15-A dim view
-You guess l6-Not mayhem-just softball
May l have this dance?
On the sidelines
Our athletic director
CADETS CCMING FROM CLASSES
HISTURU Ui THE ULHSS Ui i955
This is The sTory of The "Class of '.55", The finesT senior class ever To graduaTe from
The Class was born in SepTember, l948, wiTh The arrival of Mike Gaynor and Harry
PeTricek, soon followed by Bill Soenksen and Marshall Simon in January, T949 The
opening of The nexT school year broughT in FriTz Fleming, and Derwin SmiTh, The Class
day sTudenT. Don Laughner and woman-hafer Ken Headley followed in l94O, making
a ToTal of eighT in Their lasT year in The Junior School. These eighT Thus formed The nucleus
for The young Class of '55 which was To sTarT iTs four year career The following SepTember.
When The Class enTered iTs Freshman year aT FarraguT, iT was enlarged by The
addiTion of eighT new cadeTs, namely: Felix Blanco, Ivan Cavaliere, Lee Harrison, Maurice
Heilbron, Dave John, Don Keenan, PresTon Murphy, and Ray Warner.
The Class made iTs firsT impacT on FarraguT affairs This Freshman year when Don
Keenan made firsT sTring on The varsiTy fooTball Team, and Derwin SmiTh made varsiTy
Joe Carinhas, Dan Wieskopf, and Fred Lambach were The only new members
To come in during The Sophomore year. They enTered when The Class was really begin-
ning To make iTself known, wiTh Don Laughner on The firsT sTring varsiTy fooTball Team
alongside of Keenan, who also made our presence TelT by making The varsiTy baskeTball
The Class really sTarTed making an ouTsTanding name for iTself in iTs Junior year
when Ten new sTudenTs enTered FarraguT in The persons of Ed Bomar, who joined
The Class in January, while Chuck Buell, Guy Bryon, Richard CarTer, Barry Durgin, Dave
PeaTTie, Mike Remick, George SchifTer, STeve Thompson, and Hurley Zook all began
The Junior year in SepTember. This was The year when Keenan and Laughner were ioined
by Dave PeaTTie on The varsiTy 'fooTball Team, and when Keenan began his second Term on
The varsiTy baskeTball Team. OThers puT The Class' name in headlines in iunior varsiTy
sporTs-Fred Lambach and Felix Blanco in fooTball, and Ken Headley on The Rifle Team.
WiTh These leTTermen in varsiTy sporTs, we now had Three members of The Monogram
Club. We also claimed four members in The FarraguT MaTes-Bomar, John, Murphy, and
ln This, iTs Senior year, The Class has esTablished iTself as The finesT of FarraguT's
graduaTing classes. Eleven new cadeTs broughf our ToTal membership up To forTy. These
new cadeTs were John Amos, Cal Canfield, Barney Cooper, George Fuller, Don King,
Bill OuTTen, Bill Phillips, Dennis Reeser, Bob Sorensen, and PeTe McLean. Bruce Nevins
enTered iusT afTer cadeTs PeTricek, SchifTer, and Weiskopf graduaTed aT The end of The
The Class boasTed eleven leTTermen on The varsiTy fooTball squad of TwenTy-six This
year. These cadeTs-Bomar, Fleming, Gaynor, Heilbron, John, Keenan, Lambach, Laugh-
ner, Murphy, PeaTTie, and Smifh made up The nucleus of '54's Team wiTh Don Laughner as
Team capTain. Buell, John, Keenan, Nevins, and SmiTh, wiTh Keenan as capTain, leTTered
in varsiTy baskeTball-five ouT of a squad of nine, Ivan Cavaliere was capTain of The
soccer Team, wiTh eighT oTher senior TeammaTes who were: Blanco, Bryon, Durgin, Flem-
ing, Gaynor, Heilbron, King, and OuTTen. This was The firsT year ThaT a varsiTy soccer
Team represenTed FarraguT, and The Team Took second place in The ST. PeTersburg
Soccer League. Six seniors, Buell, Durgin, Fleming, Gaynor, King, and SmiTh, wiTh The
laTTer as capTain, leTTered in baseball. Our membership in The Monogram Club reached
iTs peak aT fifTeen, and we claimed members in all organizaiions, clubs, and sporTs.
On lviay 28, The Class will graduaTe and iTs members will disband To follow Their
desTinies in whaTever The fufure may hold for Them. Behind, They leave an enviable and
permanenT record of Their achievemenTs and honors for The fuTure classes of FarraguT To
sTrive To maTch and surpass.
THE Cll-ISS Of '95'5
FronT row, lefi To right: Laughner, Keenan, Heilbron, John.
Second row: Lambach, McLean, Phillips, W., Carinhas, Cavaliere, Simon, M.
Third row: Amos, Cooper, Murphy, King, D., Nevins, Blanco, F., Canfield.
Fourih row: Reeser, Remick, Zook, Harrison, Buell, Bryon, Carter, R., Fuller, Sorensen, Durgin, Peatrie
Fiffh row: Thompson, Headley, Warner, Fleming, Soenksen, Gaynor, Smith, D., Bomar.
Leii To Right:
SElllllli PERSUHHLITIES FUR i955
All The girls rove obouT Them
BesT-noTured senior ..............
BesT ciThleTe in senior closs ..
BesT officer In senior closs ....................,......
Seniors wiTh The keenesT sense of humor ,....... ......... K eenon, Bomar, Ccvoliere
Lover boy of The senior closs ..............,.,........,....
Always monoge To Talk Their woy ouT of Trouble ,....... ....,.... M urphy, Durgin
Senior who hos done The mosT Tor ForroguT ....... ,,..
Mr. Golclbrlck of T955 ................,...........,
Alvvoys monoges To geT inTo Troulole .......
The mosT corefree senior ............v.........................,..
Senior who hos olone The mosT for The senior clciss ........
The mosT boshful senior ..............................................
The senior who olvvoys greefs T
The mosT pessimisTic senior ..
Mr. SpendThriTT of l955 ......
The loziesT seniors .........,
The besT doncer ..................
Seniors wiTh The lc1rgesT TeeT ..
MosT likely To succeed ..,......
lvlosT likeoble senior .......,......
he world wiTh C1 smile
Mr. Womon-l-lo1Ter of T955 .....,.
BesT sTuolenT in The senior closs .................................
Senior who vvongles mosT lecives ond permissions
Mosf musicol senior ............,............ . ...............,......
lvlosT gullible senior ...............
Mr. Chciin-Smoker of T955 ........
The mosT populor senior .......
The luckiesT senior ............................
The senior wiTh The hoTTesT Temper ......
Simon, M., Heilbron
JOHN SCHUYLER JACOB AMOS
272I Wlwippoorwill Lane, Vero Beach, Florida
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Gimme a babe and a Jaguar XK-
I20." MOST CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Squatting in an out-
boardg AMBITION: To become a citrus growerg PET PEEVE:
Women without Jaguars.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Ribanol-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Merit ribanol-45 Expert Rifleman-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Rifle Team-4.
Intramural: Company football, basketball, baseball, vol
FELIX BLANCO RODRIQUEZ "BIG BLANCO"
Apartaclo I8 San Juan y Martiniz
Prov Plnor clel Rio Cuba
FAVORITE EXPRESSION Why me? MOST CHARACTER
ISTIC ACTION Wrltlng letters AMBITION To go into the
tobacco business PET PEEVE Not receiving letters
ACADEM'C HONORS Riband 4
NAVAL HONORS First class petty officer 3 Ensign 4 Depart
Farragut Mates I
ATHLETIC HONORS Varsity Football 3 Soccer 4 Baseball
Intramural Company football baseball volleyball basket
ball crew swimming I 2 3 4
ACTIVITY HONORS Blnnacle Staff 3 Glee Club I 2 3 4
ment ribancl with star-4, Merit riband-3, Shar shooter-4,
CHARLES HENRY BUELL, II
8120 East Jefferson Avenue
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I ain't gonna catch." MOST CHAR-
ACTERISTIC ACTION: Catching, AMBITION: To get a free
rickshaw ride to Formosa: PET PEEVE: Non-members of "C-ass
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband with star-3, riband-3-4.
NAVAL HONORS: First class petty officer
Department riband-3-4, Sharpshooter-
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Footba I I-3-4,
Intramural: Company basketbali-3.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Monogram Club-3--4
-4, Merit riband-4,
EDWARD EARLE BOMAR, III
. 3055 Foxhall Road, Washington, D. C.
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Cup a coffee, Ted." MOST CHAR-
AMBITION: To suc-
ACTERISTIC ACTION: Drinking coffee,
ceed, PET PEEVE: Changing hat covers, SPENDS MOST OF
FREE TIME: Working on Buccaneer.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband with star-3-4, riband-3-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Seaman-3, Ensign, Battalion Staff-4, Farra-
gut Mates-3, Merit ribanol with star-4, Department riband
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Football-4.
Intramural: Company soccer, volieyball, crew, swimming-3.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Buccaneer Editorial Board-4, Monogram
3, Farragut Mates-
CALVERT CARLON CANFIELD, IV
Box 246, Wakeman, Ohio
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Let's go saiIing." MOST CHAR
ACTERISTIC ACTION: Sitting and thinking, AMBITION
To become a chemical or physical engineer, PET PEEVE: Rats-
happy petty officers.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Ribanal-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Merit riband-4, Department riband-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Sailing.
JOSEPH EDWARD CARINHAS "JOE"
P. O. Box 314, Patterson, Louisiana
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I goofed." MOST CHARACTER-
ISTIC ACTION: Putting cadets on report, AMBITION: To take
over tather's shrimp business, PET PEEVE: Chief Lebo's sur-
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband with star-4.
portment riband with star-4, Merit riband-4.
HONORS: Second class petty officer-3, Ensign-4, De-
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Company football-2-3: voIIey-
ACTIVITY HONORS: Qualified Boat Handler-3-4, Buccaneer
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6 RICHARD PowEl.L CARTER, JR.
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V V '1x,I'5939 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach, Florida
-' FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What's for mess?" MOST CHAR-
th L'Ir',ilbACTERlSTIC ACTION: Standing with hands in hip pockets,
gill fhnxf f AMBITION: To become a physicist, PET PEEVE: Not enough
I ff.-y 'I mail calls.
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ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband-3-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Second class petty officer-4, Merit riband-4,
Department ribanal-3-4, lvlarksmonship ribancl-4, Color
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Company volleyball, crew-
3-4, football-4, golf-3-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Buccaneer Staff-4.
IVAN CAVALIERE "CAVE" I
Club Nautica, Catia La Mar
Venezuela, South America
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FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Three letters from Belen todayI"
MOST CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Sleeping off first mess,
AMBITION: To get married, PET PEEVE: School bells.
NAVAL HONORS: First class petty officer-3, Ensign-4, Farra-
gut Mates-3, Marksmanship riband-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Soccer-4. V
Intramural: Company football, soccer, volleyball, crew-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Captain, varsity soccer team-4, News Eali-
tor, Binnacle-4, Buccaneer Staff-4, Glee Club-4.
like Canfield PET PEEVE Canfield
baseball basketball 4
BURNHAM RANDEL COOPER
25I7 Salem Slreer Cmczrmafl Ohio
FAVORITE EXPRESSION Now what? MOST CHARACTER
ISTIC ACTION Being grouchy AMBITION To be an all star
ATHLETIC HONORS Intramural Company volleyball Ioolball
BARRY WRIGHT DURGIN
Aparlaclo 49 Habana Cuba
FAVORITE EXPRESSION They cant do this to me' MOST
CHARACTERISTIC ACTION Dolng It AMBITION To work ln
Lahn America PET PEEVE Homework
ACADEMIC HONORS Rlband vvlfb star 4 rlband 4
NAVAL HONORS Ivlern' rlband 3 Sharpslwoorer 3
ATHLETIC HONORS Varsity Baseball 4
Intramural Company baseball football volleyball baskef
ball crew 34
ACTIVITY HONORS Buccaneer staff 4 Bmrmacle staff 3
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ROBERT GEORGE FULLER
l634 Larchmont Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Uh-yeah!" MOST CHARACTER-
ISTIC ACTION: Eating, AMBITION: To graduate: PET PEEVE:
ACADEMIC HONORS: Ribancl-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Expert Rifleman-4, Department ribancl-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Company football, volleyball,
ACTIVITY HONORS: Buccaneer staff-4.
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Viv I 5408 tem, Drive
Brig htwaters Beach Florida
Wy ZTI 'E EXPRESSION: "I want Trink!" MOST CHAR
To marry Trmk PET REEVE Teachers who geE around
W AC Rlsrlc Acr1oN Acting like a ,wen-ie AMBITION:
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband-I-2.
NAVAL HONORS: First class petty officer-Junior School, First
class petty officer-2, Ensign-2, Ensign-3, Lieutenant li.g.l
-4, Farragut Mates-I, Ivlarksmanship medal-Junior School,
Best Drilled New Cadet-Junior School, Color Guard-I, De-
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: All TBC Football Team, I954, loot-
ball-4, soccer-4, Football Manager-I-2, baseball-4.
Intramural: Company basketball, volleyball, sailing, base-
ACTIVITY HONORS: Treasurer of Sophomore Class, President
Cotillion Club-4, Monogram Club-4, Honor Council-3,
Buccaneer Editorial Board-4, Binnacle-2, Hop Committee
-4, Decorating Committee-3-4.
MICHAEL WHITFIELD GAYNOR
Box 387, Lake Arrowhead, California
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What is this?" MOST CHARAC-
TERISTIC ACTION: Writing letters, AMBITION: Success, PET
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Second class petty officer-Junior School, First
class petty officer-I, Chief petty officer-2, Ensign-3,
Lieutenant Ii.g.I-3, Lieutenant Commander-4, Merit riband
-I-2-3-4, Deportment riband-3-4, Expert rifleman-3-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Football-3-4, basketball-3, Rifle
Intramural: Company crew, volleyball-I-2-SM4, soccer-2-3,
basketball-3-45 weight lifting-2-3-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Secretary of Monogram Club-4, Decorating
Committee-4, Buccaneer Editorial Board-4.
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LEE PHELPS HARRISON "LEE"
38 Governors Avenue, Milford, Connecticut
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "MeanwhiIe, back at the ranch-
house." MOST CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Big words, AM-
BITION: To be a business magnate, PET PEEVE: Feather-footed
NAVAL HONORS: Third class petty officer-2, Second class petty
officer-3, Ensign-4, Merit ribancl-4, Marksman-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Company football, volleyball,
ACTIVITY HONORS: Buccaneer staff-4.
MAURICIO JOSE HEILBRON
Apartado Flero ll-I4
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Well, gotta call Judy." MOST
CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Combing hair, AMBITION: To
become a surgeon, PET PEEVE: Stubborn people.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Highest academic honors, Senior School
-l-3, Second highest average honors-2: Valedictorian,
Senior Class, Riband with star-I-2-3-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Third class petty officer-I: First Class petty
officer-2, Chief petty officer-2, Ensign-3: Lieutenant-4,
Color Guard-3, Farragut Mates-2: Expert Rifleman-3-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Football-4, soccer-4, basketball
-4, Junior Varsity football-3: Junior Varsity basketball-3:
baseball-4: baseball manager-3, track-3.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Vice-President, Senior Class, Secretary,
Cotillion Club-4, Buccaneer Editorial Board-4, Binnacle-2:
Monogram Club-4:lGlee Club-2-3-4, Times Current Af-
fairs Winner-2, Decorating Committee-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Buccaneer staff-4, VFW Outstanding Cadet
I Freshman Class.
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Q I KE NOEL HEADLEY
Sf? N. Pennsylvania Avenue
LJ Roswell, New Mexico
X I oRlr EXPRESSION: "Aw-lCensoredl" Most CHAR
Jgfiflflgr T TIC ACTIQN: Cussingg AMBITION: To become an
K ' , ocea her, PET PEEVE: My platoon.
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l H QRS: Riband with star-Junior School-l 2 3 4
A . L NORS: Third class petty officer-Junior School, Second
class petty officer-I, First class petty officer-2: Chief Petty
officer-3, Ensign-4, Department riband with star Junior
School-I-2-3-4, Best marksman, Rifle Team-2-3: Second
highest average, Rifle Team-2.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Rifle Team-I-2-3-4.
Intramural: Company football, soccer-l-2-3-4.
DAVID RUSSELL JOHN, JR.
I46 Dunbar Road, Palm Beach, Florida
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Get the monkey oft." MOST CHAR-
ACTERISTIC ACTION: Griping, AMBITION: To be a success-
ful nightclub owner-operator, PET PEEVE: Teacher's pets.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband with star-4, riband-I-2-3-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Third class petty otticer-2, Second class petty
officer-2, First class petty officer-3, Chief petty officer-4,
Farragut Mates-2-3, Sharpshooter-I-2-3-4, Merit riband
with star-4, Merit riband-2-3, Deportment riband-3-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Football?-4, basketball-4, ten-
Intramural: Company football, basketball, baseball, volley-
ball, soccer, track-I-2-3.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Glee Club-I-2-3-4, Secretary ot Senior
Class, Decorating Committee-4, Buccaneer Editorial Board
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FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Let's have a little traveling music."
MOST CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Hanging head, AMBI-
TION: To be a success like Pop, PET PEEVE: Unteachables.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband with star-2-3, riband-I-2-3-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Third class petty officer-I, First class petty
officer-2, Chief petty otticer-3, Ensign-4, Lieutenant li.g.l
-4, Color Guard-2-3, Merit riband-3-4, Sharpshooter-I-
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Football-I-2-3-4, basketball-2-3-
4, All City Second Team football-4, Most Valuable Basket-
Intramural: Company softball-I-2-3, volleyball-I-2, crew-
I-2-3-4, basketball-I, track-3-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: President Sophomore Class, President Junior
Class, President Senior Class, Vice-President Cotillion Club-
4, Treasurer Monogram Club-3, Vice-President Monogram
Club-4, Honor Council-2-3, Glee Club-2-3-4, Binnacle
staff-2-3, Buccaneer statt-3, Buccaneer Editorial Board-4,
Hop Committee-I-2-3-4, VFW Outstanding Cadet Freshman
DONALD CHRISTIAN HEURICH KING
Mandalay Point, Clearwater Beach, Florida
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "New York Yankees!" MOST
CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Baseball, AMBITION: Baseball or
banking, PET PEEVE: Dumb drivers.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband with star-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Merit ribanol with star-4, Deportment riband
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Soccer, baseball-4.
Intramural: Company football, basketball, volleyball-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Binnacle staff-4.
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FREDERICK WILLIAM LAMBACH "FRED"
T446 Park Street N.
St. Petersburg, Florida
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hey, lend me a dime to call Lette!"
MOST CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Throwing MaseIli's mat-
tress out the window, AMBITION: To be a paratrooperg PET
ACADEMIC HONORS: Ribanol-2-3.
NAVAL HONORS: Third class petty officer-3, Merit ribanol-3,
Department ribancl with star-4, Farragut Mates-3.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Football-3-4.
Intramural: Company basketball, baseball, voIIeyball-2-
3-4, soccer-2-3, football-2.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Monogram Club-4.
DONALD EUGENE LAUGHNER
7978 Gorden Drive N., St. Petersburg, Floridd
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I'II have to think about it." MOST
CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Never in a hurryg AMBITION:
To make a name for myseifg PET PEEVE: Underclassmen.
NAVAL HONORS: Third closs petty officer-if Second closs petty
officer-2, First cioss petty officer-2, Chiet petty officer-3,
Ensign-3, Lieutenont-4, Fcirrogut Mates-2-3, Merit ribond
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Footboll-I-2-3-4g All City First
Teom-4, All County Second Teom-3, Most Voluoble
Intrcmurol: Compony bosketbcillg bosebolli soccer, tootbcillg
crew, volleyball, boxing-i-2-3-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Monogrom Club President-4, Glee Club-4,
Treosurer of Junior Clossg Treosurer of Senior Closs, Buc-
coneer Editoriol Boord-4, Stott-3.
PRESTON LITTLEFIELD MURPHY HMURPHH
889 Jennings Avenue N.
St. Petersburg, Floriolo
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I'Il give ya odds." MOST CHAR-
ACTERISTIC ACTION: Laughingf AMBITION: To be a big
executiveg PET PEEVE: People.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riboncl with stor-2-3, Ribond-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Forrogut Iviotes-3.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Footboll-2-3-4, Junior Vorsity
Bolsketboll-2, Bosketboll Monoger-4.
Intramural: Cornpony crew-2-3-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Monogrorn Club-3-4, Glee Club-3-4.
BRUCE STANLEY NEVINS
209 S. Union Street, Olean, New York
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I'Il wait 'till next week to do these
themes." MOST CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Playing golfj
AMBITION: To graduateg PET PEEVE: Losing golf match to
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Deporirnenf ribanol-4: Marksman-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Basketball--4: golf-4.
Intramural: Company baseball: crew: Track-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Monogram Club-4.
"NEVIE" C WZLM ,ye-N 1-lv Lf'
WILLIAM HAROLD OUTTEN
Crescent Drive, Brielle, New Jersey
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You're wrong." MOST CHARAC-
TERISTIC ACTION: Arguingg AMBITION: To become a min-
ing engineerg PET PEEVE: Being out-argued.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Department ribancl-4: Merit riband-4: Honor
Guard-4: Farragut Mares-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Soccer-4.
Intramural: Company football: baseball: crew-4.
DAVID GRAHAM PEATTIE, JR.
lOOl Cherubusco Street
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Whatdaya think this is, your birth-
day?" MOST CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Marching indefinite
extra duty, AMBITION: To be a Naval officer, PET PEEVE:
4, Merit riband-3-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Football-3-4, Junior Varsity bask
Intramural: Company baseball, crew-3-4.
, ACTIVITY HONORS: Monogram Club-4.
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HARRYI GUSTAV PETRICEK "HARRY"
469 Ridgewood Avenue
Glenridge, New Jersey
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "How'd ya like to join the Marines?"
MOST CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Griping about Farragut:
AMBITION: To be a Marine like Colonel Strunk: PET PEEVE:
The Navy Chiefs.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Company football, basketball,
volleyball, crew, sailing-l-2-3-4.
A ACTIVITY HONORS: Cheerleader-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Third class petty otticer-3, Lieutenant ii.g.l-
WILLIAM FRANKLIN PHILLIPS, JR.
2320 Roswell Avenue
Charlotte, North Carolina
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Bring on the dames!" MOST
CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Sleepingg AMBITION: To be a
doctorg PET PEEVE: The food.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Junior Varsity football-4, golf
Intramural: Company baseball-4, football, crew-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: First trombone, band-4.
DENNIS IRWIN REESER "REESER"
2700 N.E. Central Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Getting wise?" MOST CHARAC-
TERISTIC ACTION: Marching extra duty: AMBITION: To be
like my dadg PET PEEVE: Fat Joe.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Company touch football-47
GEORGE STANLEY SCHIFTER
iO3O Poch Street, Hollywood, Florida
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "They'll never believe this onel"
MOST CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Slitheringg AMBITION:
Medicine many PET PEEVE: Nosey room inspectors.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Company football, baseball,
ACTIVITY HONORS: Vice-President Junior Class.
llr' ICHAEL JOSEPH REMICK
KyxF ,XIl 6 4320 North Kenmore Avenue
Jill, Chicago Illinois
I ACTION Strokmg his whiskers? AMBITION To be
s ccessful In my undertakings PET PEEVE Cadets that take
two desserts ,
fill EXPRESSlON: "But, Sir!" MOST CHARACTER-
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband-4. '
NAVAL HONORS: Third class petty officer-4, Merit riband-3-4
Deportment riband-3-4, Marksmanship riband-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Company baseball, football
MARSHALL JAY SIMON
957 Elizabeth Avenue
Elizabeth, New Jersey
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "How's that grab ya?" MOST CHAR-
ACTERISTIC ACTION: Smoking pipe, AMBITION: To be an
engineer, PET PEEVE: Waking up. SPENDS MOST OF HIS
FREE TIME: Working on Buccaneer.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband with star-I-2-3-4, Riband-l-2-3-
4. Salutatorian Senior Class.
NAVAL HONORS: Second class petty otticer-Junior School, En-
sign-Junior School, Second class petty officer-I, Chief
petty otticer-2, Ensign-3, Ensign-4, Lieutenant-4, Merit
riband with star-I-2-3-4, Department riband with star-i-
2-3-4, Department riband-I-2-3-4, Marksmanship riband-3,
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Football-4.
Intramural: Company football, volleyball, soccer, basketball,
softball-I -2-3, crew-I.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Editor-in-Chief ot the Buccaneer-4, Red
Cross Junior Lite Saving-2, Editor ot Binnacle-3, Decorat-
"MARSH" ing Committee-4, Winner of Sculling Cup-Junior School.
DERWIN BELL SMITH, ii "SM'TTY"
7928 Garden Drive N.
St. Petersburg, Florida
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Tell us about the elephants, Rod."
MOST CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Blinking, AMBITION:
To be a dentist, PET PEEVE: Saturday Inspections.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband- I -2-3-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Chief petty officer-4, Merit riband with star-
3, Merit riband-4, Farragut Mates-I-2, Expert Rifleman-4,
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Football-4, basketball-4, base-
ball-I-2-3-4, golf-3, Junior Varsity basketball-2-3, Jun-
ior Varsity football-3.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Monogram Club-I-2-3-4.
WILLIAM BERNHARDT SOENKSEN
33 East I5I Street, Harvey, Illinois
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "B-a-t-t-a-I-i-o-nl" MOST CHAR-
ACTERISTIC ACTION: Adjusting necktie, AMBITION: To take
over father's department store, PETE PEEVE: The way Farragut
plumbers do eIectrician's work, and vice versa.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband-3.
NAVAL HONORS: Third class petty officer, Second class petty
officer, First class petty officer-Junior School Seventh Grade,
Ensign, Lieutenant-Eighth Grade, First class petty officer-I,
Chief petty officer and Ensign-2, Lieutenant Ci.g.l-3, Lieu-
tenant-4, Battalion Commander-4, Farragut Mates-I-2-4,
Expert Rifleman-2-3-4, Merit riband-Junior School-l-2-3-
4, Department riband-Junior School-I-2-3-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Junior Varsity Rifle Team-2-3-4,
Intramural: Company football, basketball, swimming, crew,
volleyball-I-2-3-4, Intercompany rifle match-I-2-3-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Honor Council-Junior School-I, Decorating
Committee-4, Buccaneer Editorial Board-4, Buccaneer
staff-3, Binnacle-2, Qualified Boat Handler-Junior School
fe- ,ever ,4:,4,g eM,z,..-..'.z,5z,Z,6 I Q?-14f77v"f'C4-KA. eg N,,1"'L
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ROBERT ALLAN SORENSEN I f "M'CKEY"
BOO Appletree Lane, Glenview, Illinois My
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I'm tired."- MOST CHARACTER-
ISTIC ACTION: My walk, AMBITION: Advertising, PET
PEEVE: The cafeteria system in the mess hall.
NAVAL HONORS: Farragut Mates-4, Honor Guard-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Company baseball, volleyball,
football, soccer, basketball, crew-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Binnacle Editorial Board-4.
Textenny Farm, R. D. 2
PET PEEVE: Society's airs.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Ribanol-4.
football, crew, soccer-3-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Buccaneer statt-4.
STEPHEN ATWOOD THOMPSON
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "C'est Ia vie." MOST CHARACTER
ISTIC ACTION: Lifting right eyebrow, AMBITION To live'
NAVAL HONORS: Merit ribanol-3-4, Marksrnan-3 4
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Company baseball basketball
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ACTIVITY HONORS: Third place in Sunshine City Sailing Regatta.
DANIEL KRAMER WEISKOPF
755 Park Avenue
New York 21, New York
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hicl" MOST CHARACTERISTIC
ACTION: Spending money: AMBITION: To succeed. PET
PEEVE: Being caught without stick-sheets.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband-4.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Company football: baseball
basketball: soccer: crew-2-3-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Cheerleader-4: Most Progressive Cadet-3
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FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Damn the torpedoes, full speed Q NIU
aheadl" MOST CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: My laugh: AM- my f
BITION: To make a million dollars: PET PEEVE: Getting up - fu
in the morning. I .XID
ACADEMIC HONORS: Riband with star-3-4.
NAVAL HONORS: Second class petty officer-4: Farragut Mates-
ATHLETIC HONORS-Varsity: Junior Varsity tennis-3.
Intramural: Company volleyball: football: basketball-3-4.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Buccaneer staff-4: Glee Club-4, Honor
Council-3: Qualified Boat Handler-3-4.
NAVAL HONORS: First class petty officer-3: Chief petty officer-
PETER CHARLES MCLEAN
I9 North Street
South Haolley Falls, Massachusetts
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Let's haul!" MOST CHARACTER-
ISTIC ACTION: Admiring womeng AMBITION: Salesmang PET
PEEVE: Taps checks.
ATHLETIC HONORS-Intramural: Company basketball, football,
ACTIVITY HONORS: Cheerleader-5.
GUY SHERBORNE BRYON
22 The Birches
Roslyn Estates, New York
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Yeah, and each one has a different
color ink." MOST CHARACTERISTIC ACTION: Taking pic-
tures. AMBITION: To pull the gauze off each end of a Band-
aid at the same timeg PET PEEVE: Running out of ink.
ACADEMIC HONORS: Ribancl-5.
NAVAL HONORS: First class petty officer-5, Merit riban
ATHLETIC HONORS:-Varsity: Soccer-5, Rifle Team-4-5.
Intramural: Company soccer, football-5.
ACTIVITY HONORS: Buccaneer statt-5.
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I, John Amos, leave all the spear gun holes in the walls of room 303 to the mice
so that they may breathe easier.
I, Felix Blanco, leave all my "female" prospects to my brother Joaquin.
I, Edward E. Bomar, leave my student body section of the Buccaneer to my room-
mate, Bruce Terry Foster.
I, Chuck Buell, leave my church key to Laskowski and Powell, may it serve them
as it has served me.
I, Guy Bryon, leave my luck with girls to Hugh Semon. He needs it.
I, Cal Canfield, leave my ability to talk quietly after taps to Bob "Thumper" Clark.
I, Joseph E. Carinhas, leave a pack of cigarettes to Lt. Jasper so that he may catch
I, Dick Carter, leave the secret hiding place in room 3lO to Bill Yunker. I-le needs it.
I, Ivan Cavaliere, leave all my demerits to Sanchez and Santos, A.
I, Burnham Cooper, leave my nose to John Charles.
I, Barry Durgin, leave all my smiles at Lt. Andrews' iokes to the Juniors, and hope
they will use them as well as I did.
I, Frederick Alan Fleming, bequeath my nine long years of military schools and
shyness of girls to John "Polack" Laskowski.
I, Robert G. Fuller, hereby leave my Dudley combination lock without the com-
bination to Tom Kane.
I, Michael Whitfield Gaynor, leave my AWOL map to the next person who thinks
he can use it.
I, Lee Harrison, leave my ranch house to Foster and Soenksen.
I, Kenneth Noel Headley, leave my fourteen foot bullwhip to Lloyd zumFelde.
I, Maurice Heilbron, take everything with me, including Judy.
I, Dave John, leave my luck and ability to find the best looking girls in St. Pete
to Jim Powell.
Donald Eugene Keenan, leave my unused road map to Jacksonville to Bill Hayes.
, Donald King, leave my baseball knowledge to Charlie Owen.
Frederick William Lambach, leave my ability to play golf to Dennis Reeser.
I, Donald Eugene Laughner, leave.
I, Pete McLean, leave Hans my front door key.
I, Preston L. Murphy, leave no hard feelings.
I, Bruce Nevins, leave my English books to the person who is most likely to clean
the cobwebs from their unused pages.
I, Bill Outten, leave my ability to aggravate people to Tommy Teal.
I, David G. Peattie, leave my English IV grade to anyone lucky enough to get the
I, Gustav Petricek, leave my seven long years at Farragut to Dennis Miller.
I, Frank Phillips, leave on May 28, l955.
I, Dennis Reeser, leave my place on the excused list to Bill Yunker.
I, Michael Remick, leave all my week-end watches to my worst enemy.
I, George Schifter, leave my back-breaking bunk to Teal.
I, Marshall Simon, leave. lEd. note: lt's about timell
I, Derwin Smith, leave the Junior School cadets to the next person who thinks he
can make them drill.
I, William B. Soenksen, leave a ninety average l?l in Senior English to Bruce Terry
I, "Mick" Sorensen, leave my Marilyn Monroe calendar to Carter, J. and Semon.
I, Steve Thompson, leave all my college reiection slips to someone with more
I, Raymond Warner, leave the door to room 320 to he who may use it best.
I, Daniel K. Weiskopf, leave Farragut for Tulane University.
I, Johnny Zook, leave my ability to do nothing while appearing to do everything to
anyone in the Junior Class who happens to need it.
THE JUHIUH CLHSS
,Q .flfgxrl Vice-PresidenT
Here's ForroguT's helm. The hondholds ond cobles ore week Trom
l , The long boTTles we've hod wiTh The sTorms oT '55, True, we've scroped
X, 1 The hull on The rocks o biT, ond The l9oTTom's Thick wiTh bcirnocles, buT
if The imporTonT Thing is, we've broughT her Through, sofe ond sound.
fi ',,X ln SepTember she'll hove o new seT of cobles, Tresh soils, ond o
yl ix good, TighT wheel ogoin. Then iT'll loe up To you, The "Closs of 56", To
- Toke hold ond sTeer ForroguT Through cinoTher yeor. We know you'll
meeT some rough weoTher, buT There will be The greoT Times, Too, wiTh
The occosionol reTurns To porT, liberTy Tor The crew, ond The Tinol grounding on groduoTion doy,
when you come oshore Tor good.
We're leciving Forrc1guT in good hounds wiTh plenTy of experience ond know-how, ond we
hope you will proTiT by our misTokes ond Toke odvonToge of whoT we've leTT you.
We'll come beck occosionolly To see how you've goT her soils Trimmed. Good luck!
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Tap Row-MIDDAUGH, RODRIGUES, SANCHEZ, SANTOS, A., SANTOS, L
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- re 't we cute?
2-It don't work
3-Sailing, sailing . . .
4-I can't get this c . . .
5-Rud-a-dub dub, five m
6-l was born this way
7-Okay, here I come
8-Quick, take my picture
an in a tub
9-What's the deal?
10-Can't you even spare a dime?
'I 2-Su rprise l
13-The boat got smaller
I6-Nuts to it
l7-Caught in the act
19-l am too, Napoleon!
20-Here, you take it
21-The sinister signpost
22-That's a small one, isn't it?
23-Stop pushing, you'll get on
24-l'm the messenger
DONALD KENSETT MHLLS
December 15, 1942 - November 2, 'I954
Donald Kensett Mills, during his attendance in the seventh and eighth
grades at Admiral Farragut Academy from September 1953 until his
death, made a fine record as a student and as a person. He is remem-
bered tor his interest in, and enthusiasm tor, all phases of his lite at
As a token ot the esteem in which he was held, the Junior School
section ot the 1955 Buccaneer is dedicated to Donny.
As a further tribute to his memory, the Donald K. Mills Building, a
recreation hall for the Junior School, was completed in April. The build-
ing was made possible through the combined efforts of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Mills, and Admiral Farragut Academy.
LTJG Richardson. LTJG Kelly
LTJG Haag. Mrs. Williston. Mrs. Salisbury, LT Banks
Top Row, Left to Right: Szapiro, Nelson, Saunders, Yoder. Smith. J., Swingle, Helse, Lange, Torano
Second Row: Lugo, Morris, Owen. D., Curtin, Snively, R., York, Lewis, H., Jefferson, Chesbrough
Bottom Row CSeatedJ: Jenkins, G., Malzone, LaPlant, Seiiz, Wheeler, Sims, McIntosh, Small, Solorzano
Appleton Benedict Bird Blair Boye Brown Bruder
Bryon Bush Colore Copen Clark, M. Cocke Delson
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Fisher Giroux Griggs Hice Lcimpheor McCleory Miller, D
Miller, J. Moyer DDIVGIY, M. Y. urgu vvunmon vvurui if f ,wverurv vvrme:
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Arieaga Cochran Dougherty Foster, D. Guerra Hand Hilliard
Jenkins, J. Massey Patterson Ralph Spier Verinder, D.
Bauer Clayton Cooksey Davis Heldenbrancl Rankin
Reiss Roush Ryan
Don't study too hard
But, coach, I "gotta get in"
Say 'felIa, look at me
-What a physique?
7-Watch the goat
9-How did he get in here?
I0-The three stooges
ll-Guess what he's doing
12-Hey, boy, how goes it?
'IS-Should I ring it?
17-Hide them bones, there's
18-What's he looking at?
MASS BATTALION FORMATION - WEST PARADE
Left to Right: CPO Smith, LTJG Fleming, LCDR Gaynor, CDR Soenksen, LT Simon, M.,
ENS Bomar, CPO Knowlton.
Miss Laurie Truscott
BHTTHLIUH UUIHHIISSIUHED UFFIUEHS
Seated, Left to Right: Heilbron, Laughner, Simon, M., Soenksen, Gaynor. Warner. Fleming
First Row, Standing: Peattie, Blanco, F., Keenan. Hayes. zumFelde. Headley.
Second Row, Standing: Carinhas, Harrison, Cavaliere, Ward. Fazio, Foster, Bomar.
BHTTHLIUH HUH-UUHIHIISSIUHEIJ UFFIUEHS
First Row, Left to Right, Seated: Remick, Striker, Cather, Smith, D., Maselli, Wolf, Knowlton, Marr,
Second Row: Rodrigues, Gordon, Thompson, Lines, Sustare, Nace, Euler, Peterson, Simon, K., Pedreira.
Third Row: Santos, L., Blanco, J., Schaefer, Linke, Lineaweaver, Cummins, H., Bond, Claus, Spinks, Dismuke.
Fourth Row: Santos, A., Bryon, Zook, Carter, R., Benner, Kirk, Schwartz, Miller, C., Robbins.
Left to Rig
ht: Szapiro, Snively. R.,
ins, G., Fishburn. Sims, Blair. Mclniosh. Miller. D
Standing, L. to R.: Wheeler, Yoder. Malzone. Arteaga. Griggs. Nelson. Jefferson. Patterson. I
Seated, L. to R.: Solorzano, Ralph, Moyer, Giroux, Jenkins, J., Dougherty, Urga.
Left to Right: LTJG Peatiie, LT Foster, ENS Fazio, IPO Striker.
Mrs. S. D. Mount
Mrs. D. G. Peattie
Bolstad, Champlin, Brockman, Chase, Fazio, Foster, Gold, Gordon, Heath,
Hensley, King, G., Kirk, Kroiinauer, Lewis, R., Links, Moore, J. D., Peattie,
Phillips, W., Remick, Schaefer, Spinks, Striker, Tully, Uhl, VanHorne.
OTHER COMPANY FORMATIONS
Left to Right: ENS Keenan. LT Warner, Lambach. ENS zumFe1de. CPO Maselli.
Mrs. R. Warner
Appenfeldi, Bartlett, Belvin, Betiendorf, Carleson, Carr, Cather, Corwin,
Cummins, C., Cummins, H., Dismuke, Gray, Headley, Heberling, King, D.,
Lambach, Lineaweaver, Maselli, Nace, Naranjo, Nevins, Owen, Pedreira,
Phillips, R., Lines, Randolph, Semon, Simon, K.. Sorensen, Stiles, Teal, Valus,
Warner, zumFe1de, Zook.
OTHER COMPANY FORMATIONS
Left to Right: ENS Ward, LT Heilbron. Murphy, ENS Blanco, F.. C
got Schemel de Heilbron
Miss Judiih Ann Shulse
Barton, Blanco, F., Blanco, J., Bond, W., Bryon, Buell, Canfield, Clark, R., Claus,
Cooper, Durgin, Font, Hart, Harrison, Hastings, Heilbron, John, Middaugh,
Laskowski, Mathis, Miller, C., Moore, T., Outten, Parks, Perry, Peterson, Santos,
A., Santos, L., Tomion, Ward, Wharin, Zorn.
OTHER COMPANY FORMATIONS
Left to Right: ENS Cavaliere, ENS Carinhas, LT Laughner, IPO Marr.
Mrs. Irene E. Laughner
Miss Belen Ayala Buroz
Amos, Baynard, Bidwell, Binion, Bliley, Burnett, Carinhas, Cleare, Cavaliere,
Coiney, Euler. Davies, Feland, Fuller. Hayes, W., Key, A., Key, R., Laughner,
Marr, Osmun, Olsen, Parle, Paulen, Reeser, Robbins, Rodrigues, Sanchez,
Schneider, Schwartz, Stern, Susiare, Thompson, Topping, Tonkinson, Valus,
OTHER COMPANY FORMATIONS
Right: ENS Snively, R., ENS Szapiro. 3PO Moyer, CPO Welch, E
Miller, D., LTJG Jenkins, G., LT Fishburn.
Mrs Ruih Flshburn
Mrs Vlfglnla Snwely
Appleton, Bauer, Bird, Bryan, Bush, Chesbrough, Clayton, Cochran, Cocke,
Cooksey, Curiin, Davis, Delson, Fishburn, Fisher, Griggs, Guerra, Rice, Jefferson,
Jenkins, G., Jenkins, J., Lange, Lugo, Malzone, Massey, Miller, D., Morris, Moyer,
Nelson, Patterson, Rankin, Seiiz. Small, Snively. R., Solorzano. Spier, Szapiro.
Urga, Verinder. Waltman, Welch, Whidden, York.
OTHER COMPANY FORMATIONS
Left to Right: ENS Blair, LTJG Chandler, ENS Mclniosh, LT Sims, 3P
Wheeler, ENS Capen.
Mrs. Eugenia de Szapiro
Arteaga, Benedict, Blair, Boye. Brown, Bruder, Calore, uapen, v.,nalN.e., -...---,
M.. Dougherty, Foster, Giroux, Hand, Heise, Hilliard, Heldenbrand, Lamphear,
La Plant, Lewis, McCleary, McIntosh. Miller. J.. Nichols, Owen, Ralph, Reiss,
Roush, Ryan, Saunders, Sims, Smiih, Snively, M. P., Swingle, Torano, Ward,
Wheeler, Wilkes, Yoder.
OTHER COMPANY FORMATIONS
VARSITY TEAM CAPTAINS
Lf Rgh Laughner Qfoofbullbp Keenan Cbaskeiballjf Smifh, D Cb b IJ
TACKLE - FORWARD
ln his Senior year Don showed his athletic prowess by
outstanding line play on the Jacket eleven and by con-
sistently sharp performance on the varsity basketball
team. Keenan in his last year was Co-Captain in football
and Captain of the Jacket five.
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I 9 5 5 Varsity Football-4.
Derwin was one of the few boys who lettered in three
sports. ln his final year he became an important factor
in the three maior sports teams at Farragut.
Varsity Baseball-3-4. A
FORWARD - PITCH ER
Chuck, in the two years at Farragut has made an ex-
cellent athletic record. He was a dependable basketball
player. His first year in baseball he played short stop, but
this final year he took over part of the pitching chores' for
the Jackets. ln his new position on the Varsity nine Chuck
turned in several well-pitched games.
DAVE JOH N
END - CENTER
Dave was one of the hard fighters on the Blueiackets'
varsity squads. He did yeoman work in the last football
games tojrelp set up Jacket scoring and to amass an im-
pressive yards gained record.
Don was one of the old Blueiacket fighters of previous
years. He became captain of the team in his Senior year,
and earned the award as most valuable player of the
year l954. Don played hard, fighting football throughout
his varsity career. l-le was a rugged, hard running back.
Mike was one of the boys who could be called upon at
any time to fill different positions effectively. Mike added
fight and determination to the Jacket line, he was a con-
sistent performer and a real asset to the Blueiacket eleven.
Dave missed a good bit of the season because of re-
current injuries. However, Dave's fighting spirit added
morale to the squad and helped boost team spirit.
Blueiackets of '55 will be greatly aided with the return
of Bill, who made a fine showing on this year's team.
Bill's fighting spirit and team play will be tremendous assets
to next year's eleven.
One of the mainstays of the Farragut line, Murph was
one of the boys who played every minute of every game.
Mauricio was the only Latin-American to hold a position
on the Blueiackets' squad.
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Pete was outstanding as a defensive halfback. He was
good at diagnosing and breaking up the opponent's at-
tacking formations, and he was a consistently vicious tackler.
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Lloyd prepped for the Junior year of varsity play by a
seasoning with the JV's during his Sophomore year. He
showed this year the football savvy he had acquired
through this JV experience. He should be an important
cog in the 1955 machine.
GUARD - END - OUTFIELD
Frifz was one of The sTrong poinTs of The BlUeiackeTs' de-
Tense. He showed marked improvemenT as The season pro-
gressed. In earning his varsity leTTer in baseball wiThouT
previous experience, he showed The same deTerminaTion
Thai marked all his aThleTic acTiviTy.
Va rsiTy FooTba l l-4.
Ed was a sTeody, dependable guard who could be
counfed on Through game aTTer game To perform To The
besT of his abiliTy.
Fred played a driving, aggressive Type of end, yeT he
had an insTincTive flair for diagnosing The opponenT's plays
Thai made his posiTion hard To Turn. His end play was
ln his one year at Farragut, Bruce became well known
on the basketball court as a consistent and able per-
Among the returning lettermen for '55 you will find John.
His fighting spirit, hard, clean play and team boosting
morale made him an important player in the campaign
of '54. These assets plus an added year of experience
make him a certain starter on the '55 eleven.
Q, . .
Hugh's dead eye was a great asset to the Blueiacket
team all season. He was essentially a team player, but
his shooting ability produced many buckets in every game.
Delmar was the only Sophomore to earn a permanent
berth on the Varsity Five. His performance, at all times,
guarantees a dependable player for next year.
ROBERT VAN HORNE
Here is another newcomer to the Jacket squad who
earned his place by adept ball handling and gradually
improving team play.
Much credit is due to 5' 2" Carlos for being the smallest
man in the state of Florida to win a varsity basketball letter.
Randy was the only treshman to earn a varsity football
letter. His performance as a freshman indicates that he
will be one ot Farraguvg mainstays in The future. if W
Jim moved over to The lst base slot this year and per-
formed most creditably in this spot. He will add another
backlog of experience To The '56 baseball team.
Roddy will have Two years ot experience under his
belt when he returns for Varsity baseball in his Senior
year. He has shown consistent improvement each year,
so Farragut may expect valuable baseball help from Roddy
in the '56 campaign.
H Saluie in The monogram winners
These members of The Monogram Club who have been individually picTured on
The preceding pages consTiTuTe The backbone of aThleTics aT Farragut. They are The
ones who keep The spiriT of aThleTics alive Tor .laclceT Teams Tor all sporTs, They provide
The driving Torce and TighTing spiriT ThaT keep BlueiackeT Teams moving and compeTing
wiTh The larger schools in The Tampa Bay Conference.
These Monogram vvearers may be iusTly proud of The VarsiTy "F" ThaT adorns Their
sweaTers. This symbolic leTTer has been earned by aThleTes who have foughT againsT
odds mosT of The Time in compeTing againsT squads and Teams represenTing schools wiTh
much larger sTudenT bodies. To all These men The coveTed VarsiTy leTTer represenfs
a real achievemenT and an emblem of work well done.
Thus, we saluTe The Monogram Men of i955 for Their accomplishmenTs in aThleTics
and Tor whaT They have done To keep alive aThleTics aT FarraguT.
AlThough hampered by iniuries ThroughouT mosT of The
season, Dizzy reTurned To The squad in Time To be of greaT
service To The Team in The closing games of The Blue
VHHSIHI FUUTBHLL TEHHI
Seated, L. to R.: Yunker, Uhl, Phillips, R., Lineaweaver, Carr, Osrnun,
Kneeling, L. to R.: Buell, Laskowski, Corwin, Schwartz, Wolf. Soenksen.
Benner, Farias, Marr.
Standing, L. to R.: Coach Brown, Smiih, Powell, Lambach, Hayes, zumFelde.
Murphy, Gaynor, Fleming, Laughner, Coach McPhail.
'I954 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Farragut ..... O Tarpon Springs .....
Farragut ..... O Pinecrest .........
Farragut ..... 6 Brewster Tech .......
Farragut ..... 6 Brandon .........
Farragut ..... O Turkey Creek .......
Farragut ..... 6 Largo ....
Farragut ..... O Wimauma .......
Farragut ........ 20 St. Paul's High .....
Lewis, R., Bomar, Simon, M.,
Heilbron, Ward, John, Keenan, 1
Verinder, R.. Peterson, Maselli,
Farragut 0 - Tarpon Springs 38
Farragut opened the 1954 grid season against
Tarpon Springs Spongers at Tarpon Springs. Even
though we lost by The score of 38-O it was a moral
victory, for the team played marvelous football.
ln The Third quarter we were hot on The trail of a
TD with Laughner hitting Keenan for 3 straight downs.
The Blue Jackets drove, fought, and passed up to the
Spongers' 25 yard line, where one of our passes
was intercepted and broke The heart of The Blue
Jackets' drive. There was one score when lvl. Heil-
bron intercepted a pass and galloped .50 yards, but
The play was nullified by a penalty on the line of
scrimmage. Standouts cannot be cited as every man
on The Team was doing a better job Than anyone was
expected to do.
Farragut 0 - Pinecrest 37
Our second game was with undefeated Pinecrest.
We didn't have as much pep as we did with the
Spongers, but we played better Than average ball.
There were some changes in our usual lineup with
Peattie running from the Tailback position, and un-
tried Bob Corwin as quarterback. We threatened
Pinecrest all through the game, but failed to score.
We kept driving but failed because of fumbles and
penalties. Standout was Fred Lambach who made
many of the tackles. Altogether it was a fine showing.
Farragut 6 - Brewster Tech 35
Farragut's next game was with Brewster Tech to
whom we lost in an upset 35-6. We played our best
ball in the first half, but for some unknown reason
we blew up in the second half. At the end of the
first quarter we were ahead 6-O with a combination
of Laughner and Keenan going across. Laughner
gave Keenan the ball and he almost went all the
way, instead he fumbled with Laughner recovering
and going over for the score. ln the second half
Laughner was thrown out because of his eagerness
Farragut 6 - Brandon 19
Our next game was played here with Brandon.
We played our best ball of the year, but lost an-
other 19-6. ln the first quarter Mike Gaynor drove
over from the fullback position for our only TD and
we were leading again 6-O, but Brandon had the
speed on us and went over three times. In the second
half it was Mike Gaynor again as he picked up a
fumble and ran 75 yards only to be called back for
a Blue Jacket penalty. Win or lose, the boys did their
best and we are proud of them.
Farragut 0 - Turkey Creek 44
ln our game with Turkey Creek the Jackets never
had a chance. They played their best but it wasn't
enough. The Jackets never gave up but every drive
was stopped on downs, penalties, and fumbles. Once
again speed was a very important factor, but we
lacked in it. Another important factor that gave us
the pep that we had was our spirit.
Farragut 6 - Largo 21
ln our game with Largo we played marvelous ball.
We were outstanding on defense as we held their
line play after play. The score did not tell the story
of the game. In the last half we scored our only
touchdown. lt sounded as if the stands would never
stop cheering. Again Farragut's spirit was outstand-
ing and we won a moral victory 21 to 6.
Farragut O - Wimauma 34
The game with the Wimauma Wildcats was a hard-
fought battle, but the Blue Jackets could not muster
enough power to contain the potent Wildcat offense.
The Blue Jacket cause was weakened more when
both Laughner and Fleming were ejected from the
game for excessive zeal to win.
The line play of the Jacket eleven showed im-
provement over the preceding games, but even this
could not stop the speedy Wildcat backs who broke
loose for lengthy touchdown iaunts at critical mo-
ments to send the Farragut eleven down to another
Farragut 20 - St. Paul's 19
ln Farragut's first homecoming game we de-
feated our inter-city rivals 20-19. It was an upset
as St. Paul's was expected to win by about 3 touch-
downs. But again Farragut's spirit played an im-
portant part in the game. Don Laughner running from
The Tailback position made all of Farragut's points.
At the end of the first half the score was in their
favor 13-7, but we came from behind in the last
minutes of the game to get the touchdown and extra
point that won us the game. ln the last few minutes
of the game they were on our 6 yard line, but we
held them down after down and won our victory
20-19. The line never gave up. They were always
rushing, breaking through, and stopping the play
before it started.
THUSE WHU WUHW RETURN
Kneeling, L. to R.: Smith, D., Lambach, Soenksen, Bomar, Buell, Simon, M.
Standing: Laughner, Fleming, Keenan, John, Heilbron, Murphy, Gaynor.
Left to right-Laughner, Keenan, Gaynor, Fleming.
For their outstanding performance anal ability on the athletic field, they have
been nominated "Honor Athletes" of the year.
LAUGHNER, All county, All city, most valuable, Football.
KEENAN, All city, Football, most valuable, Basketball.
GAYNOR, All county, Football.
FLEMING, All T.B.C., Football.
VHHSITU BHSHETBHLL IEHIH
Standing, L. to R5 Coach McPhai1, Nevins, Keenan. John, Smith, D.
Seated, L. to R.: Font, Van Horne, Semon, Buell, App enfeldt.
Farragut .,,,...,. 42 Largo .........
Farragut .....A... 44 St. Paul's ,.......
Farragut ......... 33 Pinecrest ...............
Farragut ......... 45 Tarpon Springs ......,.
Farragut ......... 31 Brandon .,..........
Farragut ......... 45 Wimauma ......
Farragut ..,...... 36 St. Paul's .....
Farragut .......,. 39 Largo ...........,....
Farragut ..,...... 51 Tarpon Springs .....
Farragut ......... 57 Wimauma ......
Farragut ...,..... 42 Brandon .....
Farragut ......... 36 Pinecrest .....
Farragut ....... ......... 3 2 St. PauI's High
Sitting, L. to R.: Davies, Owen, C., Smith, D., Buell, Teal, Verinder, R., Rodrigues
Kneeling, L. to R.: King, D., Powell, Heilbron, Fleming, Durgin, Gaynor
Standing, L. to R.: Blanco, F., Claus. Phillips, R., Van Horne, Appenfeldt, Lineaweaver Schwartz Key R
Won 4, Lost 6
O Boca Ciega
0 Boca Ciega
5 Tarpon Springs
8 St. PauI's
7 Tarpon Springs
minus SP1 I
L. to R.: Lines. Phillips, W. F.. Smith. D.. Hayes. W.. Coach Camfield. Nevins. Chase. Carier. R.
Standing, L. to R.: Mclnville. Hensley, Yunker, Benner, Schaefer.
Kneeling, L. to R.: Gaynor, Soenksen, Bryon, Topping. Headley.
L. to R.: Ward, Beiiendorf, Peatiie, Coach Brown, Moore, J. D., Bond, Rodrigues.
Top Row, L. to R.: Bryon, Naranjo, Gaynor, Knowlton, Blanco, F., Mathis.
Second Row, L. to R.: Maselli, Santos, A., Teal, Verinder, R.. King, D., Davies, Key. R., Hastings, Clark.
Third Row, L. to R.: Zorn, Fleming, Heilbron, Sanchez, LT Zipszer, Cavaliere, Santos, L., Lineaweaver
55 MIHUH SPUHTS SCH
2, Tied 2, Lost 2
O Lakeland frained outl 0
at this printing.
The Manllus School .................. 865
New Mexico Military
Academy of Richmond
Farragut CNew Jerseyl ............ 904
Won 4, Tied 4, Lost
St. Pete ......
St. Pete ......
St. Pete ......
Standing, L. to R.: Chase, Gold. Kirk, Champlin,
Kneeling, L. to R.: Heaih, Tully, Foster, Gordon,
Standing, L. to R.: Hensley, Champlin, Benner.
Kneeling, L. to R.: Foster, Kroiinauer, Uhl.
Standing, L. to R.: Van Horne, Linke, Champlin, Striker,
Kirk, King, G., Spinks.
Seated, L. to R.: Phillips, W. F., Bolstad, Foster, Gordon,
Standing, L. to R.: Moore, J. D., Linke, Sellman,
King, G., Hensley.
Kneeling, L. to R.: Schaefer, Uhl, Gordon, Spinks.
Port Side Cstern to bowb: Gordon, Sellman, Fazio,
Starboard Side Cstern to bowbz Linke, Heath,
Remick, Lewis, R., Phillips, W. F.
Standing, L. to R.: Carr, Valus, zumFe1de, Sorensen,
Kneeling, L. to R.: Nace, Pedreira, Cummings, C.,
Cummings, H., Owen, Naranjo.
Standing, L. to R.: Lambach, zumFe1de, Sorensen.
Kneeling, L. to R.: Cummings, C., Cummings, H.
Standing, L. to R.: Randolph, Cummings, C., Cummings,
H., Valus, Owen, Nace.
Seated, L. to R.: Sorensen, Teal, Semon, Betiendorf,
Standing, L. to R.: Zook, Dismuke, zumFe1cle,
Kneeling, L. to R.: Pedreira, Simon, K., Nace,
Belvin, Cummings, C.
Port Side Cstern to bowl: Simon, K., Siiles, Semon,
Starboard Side Cstern to bowl: Yunker. Carr,
Cummings, C., Carter, J., Sorensen.
Standing, L- to R-3 C131-XS: Cooper, Charles. Zorn. Standing, L. to R.: Durgin. Zorn, Claus.
DUI9111- Kneeling, L. to R.: Blanco, J.. Perry, Beich.
Kneeling, L. to R.: Bond, Perry, Blanco, F., Santos,
Standing, L. to R.: Durgin. Zorn. Blanco, F.. Perry,
Seated, L. to R.: Bond, Cooper, Hastings, Santos, L.,
Standing, L. to R.: Euler, Kane. Carter, R., Parle,
Kneeling, L. to R.: Susiare, Carinhas, Stern.
Standing, L. to R.: Euler. Kane, Susiare. Topping.
Kneeling, L. to R.: Parle, Robbins. Siern, Bidwell.
Standing, L. to R.: Rodrigues, Binion. Carter, R.. Key, A..
Seated, L. to R.: Euler, Sustare, Parle, Carinhas. Stern.
Standing, L. to R.: Burnett, Schneider. Reeser.
Cleare, Key. R.
Kneeling, L. to R.: Euler. Stern, Fuller. Key. A.
Port Side Qstern to bowl: Marr. Fuller. Stern.
Starboard Side fstern to bowl: Kane, Parle, Binion,
M , ..
Standing L. to R.: LT Banks. Swingle, Miller, J., Lange, Curtin. Lewis
G., Jeffeison. smith, J.. Giroux. LT Haag.
' D.. Clark. M.
Seated, L. to R.: Moyer, Urga. Boye. McIntosh. Miller.
Standing, L. to R.: Smith. J.. Griggs. Curtin, Owen, D., Bird, Ward, Li..
Bruder. LT Banks.
Seated, L. to R.: Moyer. Ifishburn. Swingle, Miller, D., Seiiz. McIntosh,
Jenkins. G., Jenkins, J.. Sims.
'l-lt's a hit'
. I0-I should have done it this way in I8-
2-Where's the ball?
3-All right boys, let's do twenty push-ups
4-What's going on here?
7-Standing around doing nothing
8-Sixteen . . Seventeen . . Eighteen . .
9-Look at me, l'm an ape
ll-lt's not a hit, it's a strike
I2-Can you see what's got what
I3-And there's the pitch
I5-I can too make it
And we play football
I9-He's down for the count
21-Aw, sir, we didn't mean it
23-Hey, let me do it
24-Did he make the touchdown?
Where's my vine?
Top Row, Left to Right: Durgin. Hensley, Remick, Zook, Murphy, Harrison,
Lines, Thompson, Spinks.
Bottom Row: Maselli, Warner, Ward, W.. Cavaliere, Carinhas, Fuller. Carter.
These ore The codeTs be-
hind The scenes, The silenT
helpers of The Bucconeer
EdiToriol Boord. They do
The hord lobor ond Tre-
quenTly unrecognized work
of puTTing ouT o school on-
nuol, such os wriTing, Typ-
ing, ond securing ods.
They deserve much crediT
ond proise Tor oll Their
The Binnocle, our school
periodical, is puT ouT by
The codeTs. IT records The
ocTiviTies which Toke ploce
on The compus ond pre-
senTs The news highlighTs of
oll imporTonT evenTs dur-
ing The school yeor. The
Binnocle hos shown greoT
grovvTh during This currenT
We ore proud of The oc-
complishmenTs of The Bin-
nocle STQTT ond signol o
heorTy well done.
Top Row, Left to Right: LT Geiger, Sanchez, King, D.. Sorenson, Topping
Bottom Row: Canfield, Cavaliere. Lineaweaver. Ward. W.. Nace.
Left to Right: Harrison. Marr, Peaitie, Fazio, Phillips, W.. Cooper, Caiher,
The Glee Club devoted
many hours to practice in
preparation for the Christ-
mas program. They put
on a very excellent pro-
gram and sang like pro-
fessionals. This group is al-
ways ready to provide the
harmony for any school
We wish to extend a
vote of thanks for the en-
tertainment they provided
for us throughout the year.
This small group of
cadets has realized the
opportunity offered in the
Navy Reserve. They go to
meetings once a Week
where they learn the basic
training .We wish them
all the luck possible to fu-
Left to Right, Top Row: Peterson, Moore,
Blanco, F., Paulen, Zook, Laughner, Beich.
Second Row: Wolf, Spinks, Lewis. Canfield.
Heilbron, Keenan, Murphy, Lambach.
Bottom Row: Lines, King. G.. Moore, D., Nace
Foster, Parle, Hensley, Font.
At the piano: Fleming.
T., Gaynor, Linke, zumFe1de,
Sorenson. Zorn, Ward. John,
, Gordon, Simon, K., Cavaliere.
Left to Right, Top Row: Dismuke, John. Heilbron, Powell, Bomar.
Mlddle Row: Rodrigues, Peattie. Smith, D., Schwartz. Murphy, Laskowski,
Bottom Row: Fleming. Keenan. Hayes, Laughner, Lambach, Buell. Peterson.
These ore the coolets
who ore responsible for
the mognificent decoro-
tions ot the dances. You
will oll oigree thot they
hove done on exception-
olly fine job this yeor.
Their hord work ond et-
torts were not in voin be-
couse we oll hove greotly
enioyed the Cotillion Club
This is the club of the
lettermen in othletics, con-
sisting of oll coiclets who
hove eornecl letters in Vor-
sity sports. Porticipotion
on o moior Vorsity teorn
onol the ovvord ot cz letter
in thot sport quality eoch
boy tor membership in the
We feel it is o greot
honor to be o member of
this club which keeps olive
the othletic troditions ot
9 ,..AAA M
AIR VIEW O
The Buccaneer staff of i955 would like to show its appreciation for the guidance
and patience of our skillful advisers. We know that without their great help it would
have been impossible to publish this book. To them we give our undying thanks.
I To Lt. Ralph Andrews we owe the most. He has stayed up many nights urging
us on and assisting us in our work. We give you, Lt. Andrews, our most heartfelt thanks
for without your valuable help we never could have prepared this book.
I To Commander Earl Clark we are very grateful for his excellent advice and very
O To Lt. Joseph Barker for his help to our photography staff. His photographs have
greatly aided in producing an interesting annual.
I To Mr. Steven Camfield thanks for your valuable help to our advertising and
O To Cadet Edward Bomar who has done a tremendous amount of work on this
year's book. We appreciate your efforts tremendously.
I To the St. Petersburg Printing Co. and the Engraving Dept. of the St. Petersburg
Times whose promptness and excellent work are very much appreciated.
To all our advertisers and patrons whose advertisements and generous contributions
have made this book possible.
Patrons and Putronesses
We are deeply indebted to our Parents and Friends, the Patrons and Patronesses
of the 1955 Buccaneer, without whose active support we could not have successfully
Miss Kathleen Agen
Brig. General and Mrs. E. H. Alexander
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
. Albert Appenteldt
. William Appleton
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Baynard
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Benner
Mr. Jack S.
Miss Jackie Black
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Blair
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Bliley, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs.
Donald J. Buell
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Campbell
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Canfield
Mr. and Mrs. F. Herbert Capen
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. May K.
Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Chase, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan M. Cooper
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Delson
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Durgin
Mr. and Mrs
. William Elsworth
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Euler
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
. Dale Fishburn
. Elmer F. Fuller
Dave B. Gibson, '54
. David E. Hand
Brig. General and Mrs. E. L. Harr
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hastings
Mrs. James Hawk
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hayes
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
J. B. Headley
. Sam E. Heath
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hensley
Mr. Billy D. Hice
Mrs. Otto Holmedal
Colonel and Mrs. Elisha Kane
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Keenan
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Kirk
Captain and Mrs. James A. F. Knowlton
Mrs. Lina Lambach
Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Laughner
Mrs. D. S. McKinney
Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. McLean
Mrs. Walter D. Marr
Mrs. Elizabeth Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Chester T. Moran
Dr. and Mrs. Sam D. Mount
Mr. Robert J. Patterson
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Perry
Mr. and Mrs. Max Remick
Mrs. Flora F. Roush
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Simon
Mr. and Mrs. Don A. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Snively, Jr.
Mr. R. A. Sorenson
Snow White Drive ln Restaurant
Miss Mattye P. Spier
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stiles
Cadet William Soenksen
Mrs. Ann M. Teal
Miss Laurie Truscott
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Valus
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Ward
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ward
Mrs. John Parker Welch
Mr. and Mrs. Nolan R. Wilkes
Mr. Merritt W. Yunker
Mrs. Marie D. Zorn
Bay n' Gulf Realty
Berger 81 Rachelson
C. H. Lassing, Insurance
Chamber' of 'Commerce
Clearwater Finishing Co.
Eagle Department Store
Florida Power Co.
Florida State Theatres
Hill's Air Service
Irving L. Wilson
Indian Rocks Restaurant
Lefter's Music Shop
New York Yankees
Office Supply Co.
Pasadena Service Station
Pasadena Sinclair Station
Persons-Landsee Travel Service
Pinellas Lumber Co.
Pinellas Printing Company
P. K. Smith 81 Company
Robinson's Camera Shop
Sarasota Beach Colony
St. Petersburg Auto Association
St. Petersburg Printing Co.
St. Petersburg Times
Union Trust Co.
United Wool Piece 81 Finishing Co
West Coast Title Co.
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A SALUTE TU THE
CLASS UF 955
Congratulations on your graduation and welcome to the
ranks of the Farragut Alumni Association.
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183 EAST 154th STREET
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16th Street and Sixth Ave. Ph. 4-3105
Tampa 5, Florida
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942 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, Florida
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is AUTO REPAIRING !After six long yearsI
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Hold High the Tarch of Freedom!
l-IANKS to the training you have received in America's most distinguished
naval preparatory school, you will go forth from Farragut with a renewed
faith in your American heritage-ready to defend the great principles of
freedom for which our forefathers so valiantly and successfully fought.
The lrving L. Wilson Company is proud to have the opportunity to serve
such a truly American school as the Admiral Farragut Academy.
ln a small way we are an example of how the American system of free
enterprise works. We are only a little over five years old and yet in this short
span of time our company is already firmly established in the uniform
industry as specialists in the manufacture of military school and college
The head of our company was associated with a larger uniform house
for fifteen years. l-le dreamed, however, of one day having his own business
- today that dream is a happy reality!
God speed you and may success and good fortune be yours and may
you each hold high the torch of freedom.
Irving l. Wilson Company
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Reunion of Class of '55 Will
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Carinhas '55 8: Sanchez '56
VERO BEACH, FLORIDA
Uniied llieel Piece llueinq and Finishing Ce
Dyers cmd Finishers of Wool, Worsfed and Blended Fabrics
PASSAIC, NEW JERSEY
The SLATER SYSTEM, Inc.
-Football Practice begins
'l4-School Opens-Oooohhhh ....
Oct. 'l-Academy Dance-Year's first dance
Oct. 2-Football-Tarpon Springs Clostj
Oct. 8-Football-Pinecrest Qlostj
Oct. 'I4-Football-Brewster Tech ilostj
Oct. 22-Football-OLPH Cwonj
Oct. 24-First parade of the year
Oct. 29-Football-Brandon Clostj
Nov. 2-Senior class rings arrive
Nov. 5-Football-Turkey Creek Clostj
First Cotillion Club Dance
Nov. 12-Football-Largo flostj
Nov. 19-Football-Wimauma Qlostj
Nov. 25-Thanksgiving Dinner and Liberty
Nov. 26-First annual Homecoming for alumni, they celebrated our football victory
over St. Paul's Cwonj
Dec. 10-Basketball-Brandon Qlosti
Permanent Promotions announced
Dec. 'l'l-First Saturday classes
Dec. 12-Parade and Christmas Vesper Services, and Christmas Dinner, Don Laughner
receives most valuable football player award.
Dec. 'l3-Christmas ceremony at flagpole and cadets' Christmas party.
Dec. 'l5-Junior School Dance
Dec. 'I6-Christmas Dance-"l'm Dreaming of a White Christmas."
Dec. 'I7-Christmas Leave commenced-Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year to all.
Jan. 5-Christmas Leave terminates-Back to the Grind.
Jan. 7-Basketball-St. Paul's Clostj
Jan. 'l'l-Basketball-Tarpon Springs Clostj
Jan. 14-Basketball-Pinecrest fwonl
Jan. 'I6-Deadline English 4 themes.
Jan. 'I7-Review Week.
Jan. 21-Basketball-Largo flostj
26-First Semester Exams-Here go the pennies.
Jan. 27-Re-exams English 4
Jan. 28-Second Semester begins and Cotillion Club Dance.
Jan. 29--Basketball-Largo Qlostl
Feb. 'l-Basketball-Brewster flostj
Feb. 2-Permanent Promotions.
Feb. 4-Basketball-Pinecrest Clostl
Feb. 8-Annual Picture Day-five broken cameras.
Feb 'l'l-Basketball-Brandon Clostj
Feb 13-Parade reviewed by Rear Admiral Crawford, Comdt. 6th Naval Dist.
Feb 'l5-Basketball-Tarpon Springs Clostj
Feb. 'I8-Valentine's Dance-27 missing couples-Hmmm
All merits cmd demerits cancelled.
Feb. I9-Basketball-Brewster flostj
Feb. 22-Basketball-St. Paul's Clostl
Feb. 23-Schwartz dressed in his monogram sweater came with his hoods, paid us
a brief visit, and rang our bell.
Mar. 4-Informal Monogram and Commissioned Officer's Dance
Mar. 9-Commissioned Officers make trip to MacDiII AFB
Mar. 'II-Baseball-Northeast flostl
Mar. I5-Monogram Club Dance, Miss Laurie Truscott chosen as Queen, Don Keenan
receives most valuable basketball player award.
Mar. I6-Spring Leave commences-Oh Happy Day . . .
Mar. 22-Spring Leave ends-Back to the salt mines.
Mar. 23-Spring Leave ends for the 75 merit kids.
Mar. 25-Baseball-Largo Clostl
Mar. 27-Parade for state society queens.
Mar. 28-Baseball-Northeast Iwonlp two English 4 themes due.
Mar. 30-Baseball-Boca Ciega Clostl
Mar. 3'I-Sunshine Festival Coronation Ball, cadets make impressive showing.
Apr. I--Sunshine Festival Parade-liberty.
Apr. 5-Baseball-St. Paul's Iwonl
Apr. 6-Hoods painted the 3-inch gun Ccannonj pink.
Apr. 8-Baseball-Boca Ciega Ilosti
Apr. I2-Baseball-Tarpon Springs Ilostl
Apr. I3-Field Day-Cadets prepare for G. I., hoods made brave attempt, but
Apr. I4-Government Inspection by U. S. Navy BuPers, CDR Edwards and
CDR Mullins, USN . . .
Apr. I5-Last Friday liberty of the year.
Apr. 'I6-Seniors and Commissioned Officers receive 2330 liberty.
Apr. I8-Seniors and Commissioned Officers. receive special liberty any day of week.
Apr. 'I9-Baseball-Largo Ilostj
Apr. 20-First Wednesday liberty of the year.
Apr. 22-Baseball-St. Paul's Cwonl
Spring Dance-Fabulous!! All girls receive orchids, theme "Cherry Pink
and Apple Blossom White."
Apr. 25-Another English 4 theme due.
Apr. 26-Smoking Area moved to-undesirable place C"l?!!!?!l
Apr. 28-Baseball-Tarpon Springs Clostl
6, 8. 7-Tampa Bay Conference Baseball Tournament.
May 8-Mother's Day Parade and ceremonies.
May 9-LAST English 4 theme due CThank God and Andy tool
May I6-Review Week
24, 8. 25-Final Examinations-Wow!!!
May 26-English 4 Re-exams AGAIN, Parade and Junior School Graduation, and
Commencement Brawl, oopps! we mean Ball.
May 27-Final Parade and Baccalaureate Services CNo cadet sleeps this night as
May 28-Graduation for Class of '55, those who won't return again. IG-Dayj All is
forgiven and forgotten . . .
May 29-Class of '55 ioins Alumni Association.
May 28 1965-Class of '55 holds first reunion in the Waldorf Astoria CBasement, we
hope, if we're IuckyD???
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