Army and Navy Academy - Adjutant Yearbook (Carlsbad, CA)
- Class of 1939
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PUBLISHED BY THE
' BATTALION OF CADETS
SAN DIEGO ARMY AND NAVY ACADEMY
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TO MRS. WILLIAM CURRIER ATKINSON
Because ot her invaluable services to the school
as dramatic coach, social chairman of the Academy
and Advisor to the Senior Classg because ot her
even-tempered patience at rehearsals, her charm
as a hostess at Academy social functions and her
sometimes sorely tried but untlagging good sports-
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CADET CAPT. SMiTH
CADET SGT. DAILEY
CADET CORP. KELSEY
CADET CORP. ENGLISH
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It has been our purpose this year to give to
the cadets of the San Diego Army and Navy
Academy a book which will bring back vividly
those things which will be most outstanding in
their memories by means of photographs in which
we have tried to capture every noteworthy phase
ot cadet life.
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During the years the members of the Senior Class have been
with us, we have had very pleasant associations with them in the
classroom and on the campus. They have completed their Work,
and as they leave us we say Good By with regret.
We wish for them further success in whatever they do and
hope that our friendships may be continued in the years to come.
The 'acailiy :ritz-milf-ters of the Academy are
Knovvii - world for their achievements
.ri ik , depot ments. Their influence
.:. 111.52 respected by all of the
1 A iii .,'. i is well known in musical
' I o . wx . .f ' tents in perfecting the
' Mr.-. Atkinson, head of the
I.. - I, is one of the most widely
.tif directors in California because of
: s. e has achieved in her work. Captain
id Chaplain of the U. S. Army, is known
'inte and within the Academy for his ora-
, ability. Isle is one of the most interesting
oi . s the academy has ever had, His talks on
liif' experiences during the war will always be re-
ixiembered by the cadets. Captain Massey, Prin-
cipal of the Lower Division and Professor of Mili-
tary Science and Tactics, has capably fulfilled his
position. I-Ie has succeeded in building the spirit
and morale of the Company to great heights
though working against unusual difficulties.
When Mr. Proctor entered the .ltcademy lt-X in wk
up the duties of lnstructor in lfndlish. lle lim: fit an
many tireless hours to the preparation ot 1cliool trib-
lications. Mr. Sproul entered the Academy in Feb-
ruary. He uses his thorough lviowledac of science,
mathematics and Spanish in explaining any point
which is not clearly understood oy his :students Mr
Cornsweet was met with many difficulties TTI' coach
Any coach, taking up where another has left oft, mug f
accustom his players to his own ideas ot trainina.
Mr. Cornsweets standard of training is strict but
appreciated by the cadets. Mrs. Black has found a
place in the hearts ot all the cadets. She will be
remembered as one ot the most sympathetic members
ot the administration.
Mi Shattuck has tr'ily proven his ability as a
liufnnes- ll-fiL1"ClQGI'. Hi, position brings him into
contact with 'very cadet in the Academy and is
ol areat importance to the school, Mrs. Shattuck
was been connected with the Academy as Secretary
for many years, Her quiet efficiency and pleasant
smile will be remembered by all who have had
occasion to enter the office, Mrs. Davis will always
be remembered because of her kindness and the
joyful attitude which is always hers. She has
executed the duties of Secretary to Major Davis.
Dr. Getze has been the Academy physician for the
past three years. ln his attendance upon the
cadets he has proven himself an able physician.
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Mr, Cornsweet, Captain Allen, Major Peterson, Major Davis Mrs Sli-'ittiiclc
Mr. Proctor, Captain Massey, Major Atkinson, Mr, Sproul, Mr Sliatiuck, Mr-1
Davis, Mrs. Black, Mrs. Atkinson,
The primary purpose of the faculty meetings is to consider the prol'ilem::
of each and every cadet individually in a sincere desire to aid limi in every
way possible. These meetings have been termed 'Fclucational Clinics", tier
each member of the faculty brings his observations and experience to beat
upon the problems of the cadet Fach member of the faculty takes a keen
interest in the individual student, and these meetings result in greater under-
standing of the cadets problems on the part of the members of the admin-
:stration Consideration is also given to auestions of school policy, and these
informal discussions lead to a better mutual understanding among the mem-
bers of the faculty as well as to a more :sympathetic approach toward the
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By the time this letter or what you might term a farewell mes-
sage printed and in your hands, the Commencement Season
will be upon us. We will be facing that ordeal of saying good-
bye and, naturally, there will be a degree of sadness resting
upon all of us This message is merely a repetition of what
we said to your older brothers as they have left us and
y of the little talks we have made looking ahead
ieparture. All l want to say, therefore, is that we are
S miss you here. We will be constantly wishing for
success in life, and at the same time we are very
you have finished this lap in your race to success.
Even a time lilce this, l am going to avail myself ot the oppor-
tunity ot S-tzyina please do not forget us and please do not fail
Sincerely your friend,
Iohn Lynch Davis
CADET MAIOR SIMPSON
Entered, 1928. Ir. School Sergeant,
1930, Captain, 1932, First Lieutenant,
1937, Captain, 1938, Major, 1939.
Stage Manager, Masque and Wig,
1936, 19375 President, 1937, 1938, 1939.
lr. School plays: "Land of Oz", "Six
Who Pass While the Lentils Boil."
Masque and Wig plays: 'i'l'he Queen's
Husband", "Saturday Evening Ghost".
Qne-act plays: "Allison's Lad", "High
Heart". Ribbons: Military, Dramatics,
Commandants, Athletics, Literary Soc-
iety, Quill and Scroll. Member: Lit-
erary Society, Quill and Scroll, Adjut-
ant Staif, Annual Staff, Rifle Club, Boat
Club, Letter A Club.
CADET CAP'l'Allf SPR AI
Entered, 1936. Corporal, surrnnei ' ,
Sergeant, 1937, 19335 Capiain, "3-1
1939. Vice-president' Sophomore, juri-
ior and Senior class, Masque and Wig.
Vice-commodore, Roat Club. Man-
ager, Athletics, 1937. Executive Qffi-
cer, Rifle Club. Committees: Tactical,
Social. Masque and Wig plays: "Sat-
urday Evening Ghostw, "The Queens
Husband," "Prince Chap," "Gun Shy,"
"Scarecrow Creeps." One-act plays:
"Allison's Lad," "High Heart." Rib-
bons: Dramatic, Military, Academic,
Quill and Scroll, Literary Society, Ath-
letic. Medals: Sharpshooter. Mem-
ber: Literary Society, Quill and Scroll,
Masque and Vifig, Letter A. Club. Ad-
jutant and Annual Staffs, 1936-1939.
1, ADET CAPTAIN MILLER
Entered, 1936. Corporal, 1937, Cap-
l.'1l'l CBand1, 1938. Treasurer: Sopho-
more, Iunior and Senior class. Prop-
erty Manager, Masque and Wig, 1936,
1937. Letter: Football, 1938. Masque
and Wig play: "Scarecrow Creeps."
One-act play: "High Heart." First
trombone, Orchestra, 1937-1939. Rib-
bons: Band, Dramatics, Athletic. Med-
als: Most improved musician, 1937-
1938. Member: Masque and Wig, Let-
ter A. Club, Rifle Club.
CADET LIEUTEN ANT GAGE
Entered, 1936. Corporal, summer,
1937, Sergeant, 1937, First Lieutenant,
1938. Secretary, Rifle Club. Adver-
tising Manager, Adjutant. Feature
Editor, Annual. Secretary: Senior
class. House manager, Masque and
Wig. Masque and Wig plays: "The
Queens Husband," "Gun Shy." Let-
ter: Football, Basketball, Baseball.
Ribbons: Military, Athletic, Dramatic.
Medals: Pro Marksman, Marksman
First Class, Best Drilled cadet, 1937.
Member: Masque and Wig, Adjutant
Staff, Anual Statt, Letter A Club, Rifle
Club, Boat Club.
CADET LT. STUMBO
Entered, l936. Corporal, l937g First
Lieutenant, Assistant Band Master,
Chief Musician, 1938-39. President:
Letter A Club. Captain: Basketball,
Baseball, Football. Ribbons: Band,
Athletic. Member: Letter A Club, Boat
CADET CORP, LONGWOFTH
Entered, 1937. Corporal, 1939. Rib-
bons: Academic. Member: Masque
and Wig, Rifle Club.
Entered, l938. Letter' Football. Rib-
bonsr Academic. Librarian. Member:
Letter A Club, Masque and Wig.
Contestant: American Chemical Society
Annual High School Chemistry Con-
Entered, l938. Student Body Repre-
sentative. Secretary: Rifle Club. Let-
ter: Football. Masque and Wig play:
Scarecrow Creeps. Member: Masque
and Wig, Band, Letter A Club.
CADET CORP. KELSEY
Entered,1937. Corporal, l939. Busi-
ness Manager: Masque and Wig. Ad-
vertising Manager: Annual. Letters:
Baseball, Football. Masque and Wig
play: The Mummy. Ribbons: Athletic,
Rifle Team. Medals: Slfiarpshooter,
First Class. Member: Letter A Club,
Ritle Club, Rifle Team, Masque and
Wig, Adjutant Staff, Annual Staff.
Entered, 1935. Letter: Football. Niem-
ber: Leter A Club, Masque and Wig
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. of the fact that after our departure the Academy will have to
,manage wi bout us, and actuated by a sincere desire to further the best in-
, of t sclgppl, do hereby make the following general and specific be-
. ' guests in order to perpetuate our influence:
As a Body the Senior Class leaves: I A h
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Qto Cadets Haywood, Mengedoht and to thef bachelor instructors of the
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, Its scholastic attainments to Cadets Paup, Van Natta, Black and Iackson.
Z' A li" The example of its exemplary conduct to Cadets Hill, lvfengedoht,
Aldrete and Ponty. l
Its delight in obeying orders -to Cadets Hitchcock, yDavis, C., and
Longworth leaves his red hair to Iohn Iund.
Gage leaves his long legs to Cadet Myers.
Kelsey leaves his ability to be late to Major Pete.
Woody leaves his "LUCKIES" to Coach
Simpson just leaves.
Talbert leaves his brains to Van Natta.
y Klein leaves his insomnia to Black.
a - I Ward doesn't leave.
Miller leaves Northrup to McFadden.
A Sprankle leaves his address book to the Duehren brothers.
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First row: Northrup, Perron, Sgt. MaCFadden, Aguilar, Sat Aldrete, Surnners,
Corp. English, second row: Corp, Shapiro, Iund, Duehren, W., Barrett, Corp,
Dueliren, I., Sat. Dailey, Hill, Sgt. Ponty,
The Iunior Class, the laraest in the school, has shown a fine spirit ot
Iellowrsliip and leadership. These young men are a body ot high-spirited
American youths, Ready to embark on their last year ot school work, they
advance with eyes up1chin in-chest out. They have upheld the repu'
tation ot the school and have been a leading factor in all ot its activities.
Fo, tliouqli the Seniors pass through the portals from within the continernents
ol our campus into a new world, a new Senior Class will be able to till
fgapably the place left vacant.
First rcw Mengedoht, Shillingburg, Fuentevilla, Corp. Davisg second row:
Severson Wickerham, Iackson, Van Natta, Hitchcock.
The ideals to which the Sophomore Class is striving to attain are ones
that are worthy ot their best endeavors. Classes such as theirs are an
asset to any school. Through the year they have done much to add to
school spirit, and they will do more as the years roll on. The goal toward
which they have been working and which will be achieved upon graduation
will end one chapter ot their school lite and begin an even greater one, suc-
cess upon the many roads which they will follow in the World. May their
efforts bring honor and glory to their name.
First row: Horwitz, Black, Rossall, second rowt Kornberg, Paup, Iohrizon,
Tuchscherer, third row: l-laywood, Engle.
The Freshman Class, just completing their tirst year ot high school
work, has proved its scholastic ability. The high scholastic standing ot the
class is truly one to be envied. Their spirit is high at all times, their co-
operative attitude has made their contribution to school lite important, They
are making a lite for themselves which they will remember with pleasure
after their graduation. The school has many reasons tor being proud ot
the work that the Freshman Class has done this year, and the class itself
may be proud ot the achievements which they have attained.
First row Briggs, Scott, Groh, second row: Clarke, Taulbee, Pelton, Pound,
Davis, C., Myers.
The lunior School is a small part of a big machine. lt is not as big
as the upper school, but it has a share oi importance in the school's activ-
ities. lt has to its credit the successful production ot a play and the organ-
ization ol an enthusiastic tennis team. The lunior School Cadets have also
been hosts at several social events which have been attended by outsiders
as well as those within the Academy. For the lunior School this has been
an active, happy and successful year.
CAPTAIN ADIUTANT SMITH
Entered, 1934. Corporal, 1936, Second Lieutenant
1937, Captain Adjutant, 1938. Sports Editor, Annual
1937, Campus Editor, 1938, Head Columnist, 1939
Yell leader, 1938-1939. Letter: Baseball. Member
Colour Guard, 1937, Boat Club, Letter A Club, Ad-
jutant Stalf, Annual Staff, Battalion Staff, Rifle Club
Ritle Team, Masque ad Wig. Assistant to the run-
ning of the Academy launch, 1937, in charge ol run-
ning the Academy launch, 1938-1939. Ribbons
Military, Athletic, Adjutant Stall.
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Captain Massey, Major Simpson, Adjutant Smith
The Battalion Statt consists of the Battalion Commander, the Adjutant
and their advisor, Captain Massey.
The Battalion Stall has functions in the Battalion much the same as
Battalion and Regimental Staffs have with the regular army.
Throughout the year the Battalion Stall solved many technical problems
having to do with the military functioning ol the Battalion.
Major Simpson, Captain Smith, Captain Sprankle, Captain Miller, First
Lieutenant Gage, First Lieutenant Stumbo.
The ambition of every serious-minded cadet is to win the coveted gold
chevrons of a commissioned officer. The gold braid of the cadet officer is
not merely a symbol of rank or position Within the Battalion, rather, it sig-
nifies that a sacrifice has been made by the individual cadet. Before he
dons an officer's uniform, he must manifest qualities of leadership, courage,
honesty and loyalty both to his fellow officers and to the privates.
First row: First Sergeant McFadden, Corporal Shapiro, Corporal Kelsey,
Corporal Davis, Corporal Duehren, W.
Second row: Sergeant Duehren, I., Sergeant Dailey, Sergeant Ponty, Sergeant
Aldrete, Corporal English.
General Iohn I. Pershing believed that the non-coins were the back-
bone of the army. This is true of the non-coms ot our Cadet Battalion.
The non-coms act as intermediaries between the officers and the pri-
vates by Whom the commands are executed. Each non-com lives in a state
of eagerness, looking forward to the day when he will be able to wear the
gold chevrons of a commissioned olticer.
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Captain Sprankle, First Lieutenant Gage. First Platoon Sergeant Dailey
Hill, Barrett, Iund, Corporal English, Pelton, Perron, Talbert, Corporal Long-
worth, Wickerham, Aguilar, Iackson, Clarke, Sergeant Ponty. Second Platoon.
Sergeant Aldrete, Engle, Van Natta, Sumner, Corporal Kelsey, Hitchcock,
Shillingburg, Fuentevilla, Myers, Groh, Briggs, Corporal Davis.
Through the individual co-operation ol the members of the Company,
the Company has enjoyed unparalled success throughout the school year,
1938-1939. It has shown a spirit of fair play and sportsmanship seldom
found in a group of men segregated into as many different classes as are
the men of the Company.
The company officers deserve a great deal of credit for the smooth
running of this unit throughout the year. We know that the friendly rivalry
which was prevalent during the year between the units will inspire pleasant
memories especially for those who are leaving.
First row: Stumbo, McFadden, Scott, Taulloee, Shapiro, Miller, Duehren, I,
l-laywood. Second row: Horwitz, Severson, Mengedoht, Rossall, Duehren W.,
Kornberg, Northrup, Paup, Klein, Major Atkinson, Pound, Tuchscherer, lohn-
son, Davis, C., Black.
The Band, starting out the year with many green men, has succeeded,
in spite of many difficulties, in proving what they can do in the field of
music. Major Atkinson deserves much credit for accomplishing what few
men can do, that is, teaching men who have played a musical instrument
very little or not at all. Despite this handicap, by means of much hard labor
on the part of the musicians, they have proven that under the guidance ot
a director such as Major Atkinson, achievements such as theirs can be at-
From our Battalion are derived the other organizations ot our school.
The officers of the Battalion are to be congratulated for the splendid spirit
that has been displayed this year on every parade and drill. Those who
are leaving will remember the sabers flashing in the sun as the corps passes
by, outlined sharply against the green grass, and the command, "Eyes
right!" as the Battalion passes in review.
Major Atkinson, Captain Maesey, Major Davis, Captain Sprankle, Major
Simpson, Captain Miller
The Tactical Committee is composed of the heads ot the different parts
ot the Battaliong such as, the School President, the Aseistant Commandant,
the Musical Director, the Battalion Mayor, the Corrzpany Commander and
the Band Cornrnander. They represent the interefstfa of each department
trom the point ot view both ot the students and the admininstration tor the
wole purpoee of bettering the lite here ot everyone concerned. They make
and abolish or alter rules and regulations as circirznfstancesi arise in order
that everyone may be happy and that everythina may riin fsmoothly.
Saxophones: Lieut. Stumbo, Sat. McFadden, Horwitz, Seversong Brassesi Sgt
Duohren, I., Black, Haywood, Capt. Miller, Tuchschererq Bass: Kornberg
Drnlgmi Dnohyon, Wg Plano: Poundg Dtrectori Major Atkinson
THEIR FAVORITE TUNES
Miller-"Two O'C1ock in the Morning"
Duehren, I.-"Sweetheart Let's Grow Old Together"
Haywood--"Day After Day"
Black-"Deep in a Dream"
Horwitz-'kswmgm' the Nursery Rhymes"
Severson-"That Sentimental Sandwich"
Pound-"I Have Eyes"
Major "Atty"--"No More Headaches for Me"
Sliilliriqbiircg, Sdt Pority, Tdllvert, loriqwortli, Siiiiirier, Miffit Siiiiimzori, Cxlfffll
Sprcmlcle, Corp, Davis, Corp Kelsey, Perron, Klviri, Sfit Aldre-to, Limit. Cjcmo,
fat Umilwy, Clforpi. Frirgglifali
'tlliisz :society lidQ lived ttirouqli s1Qver'itc'2oi1 yt-vii:-1 tit tlio fll.CCTdCIItY Gnd iiciz,
harm one of time most prominent cmd popular' OFC1GT1iZC1llONF. iii tlie school,
'lliioiigqli tlie contimied eltorlfs Ol itfs iiieirilpersa cmd itss director, Mira. Atkirisuori,
it lifis: to itfr Credit loiir firsst plfice dwdrdsa find two escrcoiidz' in tiio Pdslddoiifi
Cl'DI'IiIIll1IlilY Plrxylioiieso Little 'Vtiedtre lllOl1Tf1f1ITlE?Hl,
Capt. Miller, Perron, Sgt. Ponty, Miss Cleo Smiley, Sgt. Dailey, Major
Simpson, Capt. Sprankle, Corp. English, Sgt. Aldrete.
Each year the contest players venture to Pasadena to participate in
the finals ol the Pasadena Community Playhouse Little Theatre Tournament
tor Secondary Schools. The cast has 'won tirst place four times out ot the
seven contests in which they have participated.
This year Mrs. Atkinson took to Pasadena the largest cast ever used by
the Academy. Another innovation this year was the addition ot a feminine
member to the cast. Credit must be given to the cast and to Mrs. Atkinson
tor the work put in so that We might be represented in Pasadena. Each
year the cast and Director ol the Contest Play put in many hours ot prep-
aration, and each year we teel more proud ot their accomplishments.
Miss Catherine Scott, Groh, Pelton, Clarke, Miss Eleanor King, Scott, Miss
Charlotte Sonneman, Myers, Miss Ieanne Scott, Miss Amy lflallgerg,
Black, Miss Lillian Cassan, Taulbee.
On the twenty-seventh of April the Boy Players presented "Tom Sawyer"
at two performances, matinee and evening, playing to large audiences on
both occasions. The cast was made up ot six girls and seven boys, the
girls coming from the nearby communities of Oceanside and Carlsbad. Two
medals were awarded: one for the best actor and one for the best actress.
Bruce Myers as Tom Sawyer won the boy's medal, and Miss Ieanne Scott
won the girl's medal as Becky. These medals are to be presented at
First row: Iohnson, Horwitz, Tuchschererg second row: Corp. Kelsey, Perron,
lviujor Simpson, Capt. Sprankle, Lieut. Gage, third row: Longworth,
Corp, Shapiro, Mr. Proctor, Aguilar, Capt. Smith.
The responsibility ot this stail is to give the cadets a paper which
covers the Academy news and yet includes humor and articles which may
he of some value to the cadet in his lite at the Academy or perhaps in his
later years. Each edition represents another chapter in the interesting
days which we are spending here together.
First row: Engle, Clarke, Fuentevilla, Talbert, Corp. Davis, Shillingburg,
Black, Davis, C., lackson, second row: Northrup, Tuchscherer, Haywood,
Corp, Kelsey, Perron, Aguilar, Kornberg, Groh, third row: Captain
Massey, Lieut. Gage, Klein, Pelton, Pound, Mengedoht, Rossall.
The San Diego Army and Navy Academy is a charter member of the
National Rifle Association. Under the expert supervision of Captain Massey,
instructor in charge, the cadets have gone a long way toward achieving
Medals are awarded by the N. R. A. for profociency in shooting, ranging
from Pro-marksman to Distinguished Rifleman, the latter being the highest
award in the Iunior Division.
The Rifle Club is the largest organized activity in the school due to the
tact that practically every cadet has an intense interest in firearms. Due
to careful training and good teaching, the members have advanced to a
point where they far excel the average boy in the use of a rifle.
First row: Briggs, Clarke, Horwitz, second row: Taulbee, Myers, Groh,
Iohnson, third row: Mr. Cornsweet, Corp. Davis, Barrett, Black.
Under the personal direction of Mr. Cornsweet the Hobby Club has
flourished. A newly organized club, it has inspired intense interest in all
its members. Every day a period is reserved for the cadets to spend time
on their respective hobbies, the most popular of which has been model air-
plane building. The club benefits its members by teaching them to use
their hands and minds in constructive paths,
Gareth Black deserves special mention for plane building. For several
months he has worked on a gasoline powered plane which has reached
fcompletion. lt is a beautiful ship which is the envy of all his fellow work-
ers who, some day, under the able guidance of Mr. Cornsweet will become
as proficient with their hands as Cadet Black.
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Sgt. Ponty, l-lill, Klein, Capt. Smith, Engle
The Athlete Contest has done much to increase the interest ol the
cadets in athletics. lts purpose is to determine who is the ablest athlete in
the cadet corps. Day by day the contestants, in striving to be among the
winners, are becoming sound ol body and more proficient in the respective
tests which are administered to them by the Director, Mr. Cornsweet. These
tests cover rope climbing, the hundred yard dash, standing and running
broad jump, passing the football, etc.
The competition is keen, lor all the contestants are excellent athletes
and are improving markedly. Coach Cornsweet should receive special
mention for the tremedous work which he has done in improving the athletic
morale ol the school.
Lieut. Stumbo, Sgt. Aldrete,
Corp. Davis, Haywood, Capt.
Smith, Sgt. Ponty, Iackson, I-lill,
Sumner, Talbert, Mengedoht,
Rossall, Engle, Northrup, Capt.
Sprankle, Lieut. Gage, Perron,
Severson, Corp. Kelsey, Capt.
Miller, Sgt. Maclradden, Major
Simpson, Sgt. Dailey, Mr. Corn-
This year the Letter A Club elected Lieutenant Stumbo as President
and Sergeant Aldrete as Vice-president. The Letter A Club is composed of
the cadets who have earned a letter A in athletic competition: football,
basketball or baseball. This year Mr. Cornsweet has been the Club's ad-
visor. Meetings were held regularly once a week, and extensive plans were
laid to increase the activity, influence and importance of this organization.
First rowi Corp. Davis, Severson, Engle, Talbert, second row: Mengedoht,
Lieut. Gage, Klein, Ward, Sgt. Panty,-.Capt Miller, Sumner, Hill, third
row: Corp. Kelsey, Perron, Sgt. Aldrete, Sgt, Hurst, Coach Petersen,
Lieut. Stumbo, Haywood, Iackson.
For the first time in three years there were enough cadets interested in
having a football team so that one was formed. Because of the teams
inexperience, the fall season was not successful, Most. of the members of
the team were playing their first game of high school football when the
season started, With spring football practice this year and experienced
men returning this fall, the Academy expects to be able to give the teams
of the Southern League stiff competition next year.
Perron, Lieut. Stumbo, Northrup, Iaclcson, Corp. Kelsey, Fuentevilla, Wicker-
ham, Paup, Lieut. Gage, Corp. Dayis, Kornberg
Although the basketball team did not have as successful a season this
year as last year, the cadets played their best in each game. Teams played
in the Southern League included: Vista High, Ramona High, Iulian High and
San Dieguito High. The cadets also played the following teams in the
Oceanside City League: Merchants, Outlaws, Elks, Standard Oil and Knights
of Pythias. Members of the first team were: Stumbo, Northrup, Perron, Gage
and Paup. .
Sgt. Duehren, I., Iackson, Capt. Miller, lohnson, Sgt McFadden, Capt.
Sprankle, Mr, Proctor, Mengedoht, Duehren, W., Northrup, Klein
This year a fencing class was started under the supervision of Mr.
Proctor, and many cadets turned out for the sport. Toward the latter part
of the year the class participated in a fencing tournament, and it is hoped
that the fencers will have progressed far enough next year for the Academy
to have a fencing team and that matches can be arranged with teams from
other schools. The tencers practiced tour afternoons each week, and with
the experience which the cadets are getting now, the Academy hopes to be
able to produce a strong fencing team next tall.
Davis, C., Mr. Sproul, Scott, Pelton, Pound
This spring, with the help ol Captain Massey and Mr, Sproul, the Iunior
School organized a tennis team which has played several matches with
teams from nearby grammar schools. Team members were selected by
competition among the boys who came out for the sport. Members of the
team Were: Pelton, Scott, Davis, C., and Pound. All of the boys who have
gone out for tennis have Worked conscientiously and enjoyed close compe-
tition among themselves as Well as with teams from other schools.
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Oct 22-President's officers appointed
Nov. ll-Armistice Day Oceanside
Nov. 14-Senior Class J I
Nov. 23-Thanksgiving Vacatiorifbegins '
Dec. 13-Play: "Scarecrow Creeps" .
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Feb. ll-Valentine's Day'Danoe i
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March 20-Contest play in Pasadena: Orchestra in Monrovia and for
the Play Tournament
April 6-Easter Vacation begins
April 14-Trip to Cal. Tech.
April 22-Military Ball
April 21--Iunior School Play: "Tom Sawyer"
May 3-La Iolla Band and Capella Choir visits Academy
May Z0-Band Festival in San Diego
Iune 3-Masque and Wig Banquet
Iune 4-Baccalaureate Sermon: Band Concert
Iune 7--Iunior-Senior Banquet
Iune 8-Commencement Play: "The Mummy"
Iune 9-Senior Prom
Iune 10--Graduation Exercises: Diplomas awarded
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is E PHOTOENGRAVERS TO THE ADJUTANT, 1939
With pleasure we hail The Adjutant,
I939, as the record of another mile-
stone in the development of the San
Diego Army and Navy Academy, a
school whose success means so much
to us and to the community.
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