Army and Navy Academy - Adjutant Yearbook (Carlsbad, CA)

 - Class of 1964

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A4 ...4.4444.an.44a.. ... -..qcv-,-f.. ..-.- 0.11.-ov-QQ ,Q .W ,!,.--A-ff' if-f Qu. RN . fi QI .N ,Q ,1- 1.1 CX I I Q" 4' I , f J' .1 . - - '- 4iQL4f4,' CADET PRAYER O God, our Father, Thou Searcher of men's hearts, help us to draw near to Thee in sincerity and truth. May our religion be filled with gladness and may our worship of Thee be natural. Strengthen and increase our admiration for honest dealings and clear thinking, and suffer not our hatred of hypocrisy and pretense ever to diminish Encourage us in our endeavor to live above the common level of life. Make us to choose the harder right instead of the easier wrong, and never to be content with half a truth when the whole can be won. Endow us with courage that is born of loyalty to all that is noble and worthy, that scorns to compromise with vice and iniustice and knows no fear when truth and right are in ieopardy. Guard us against flippancy and irreverence in the sacred things of life. Grant us new ties of friendship and new opportunities of service. Kindle our hearts in fellowship with those of a cheerful countenance, and soften our hearts with sympathy for those who sorrow and suffer. May we find genuine pleasure in clean and wholesome mirth and feel inherent disgust for all coarse-minded humor. Help us, in our work and in our play, to keep ourselves physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight, that we may the better maintain the honor of the Corps untarnished and unsullied and acquit ourselves like men in our effort to realize the ideals of the Academy in doing our duty to Thee and to our Country. All of which we ask in the name ofthe Great Friend and Master of Men - Amen IN MEMORIAM JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY The Thirty-Fifth President of the United States 1917-1963 DOUGLAS MacARTHUR General of the Army 1880-1964 THOMAS A. DAVIS The Founder of Army and Navy Academy l 874-1964 --fn 1-f ICATION 5 hui - 4 frx 4 4 1 al .,x . dz auda- .L?'-1 , 5, f'1'I""l . AI! 'If ,. H - V .1-"57 1 1 I- ---elf J C K- if 5 . ,. f 1 I I1 I DI em-- A P THE CLASS OF 1964 WISHES TO HONOR THE CLOSE RELATIONSHIP THEY HAVE ESTABLISHED WITH THEIR CLASS AD- VISOR, CAPTAIN DAVID S. STOLL, BY DEDICATING THIS YEARBOOK TO HIM.IT IS THROUGH HIS EXTENSIVE EFFORTS THAT THE CLASS HAS GROWN, NIA- TURED, AND ENDURED TOGETHER. IT IS THEREFORE FITTING THAT WE CHOOSE THIS MEANS OF EXPRESSING OUR THANKS. I Q lj - uf' 'ltr ti. X 7' A 3 X. Top - Captain Stoll recaps a class drive harvest. Middle - More money for our ever grow- K .S ing budgeI. wg X ti X BoIIom - A momenI of mediIaIion. 'I I ...--""" 7' NOR AVE AD- , BY M. IT JRTS MA- ITIS JOSE OUR i Q f I L QM.-- P . , I A1-M-qw W wx I-'t": XZ' ,A Op wr M, wk -an .2 , I NF 1 , . 6 .5 I 7' A 'm . 'W . a sf R ,, A v I X , 5 F . I 3 an x 4 1 I ,. i h A 4 n,,A 1 .V . - ,A 4,4 ,,,, ,.,:,,4. 'will ff.ygg ' 72 1 i""'v .Lf r. , M, , ,V v,,-Jig, I ik'-vm, Hp: N. g,.. ,gf ag-,,, Q wg! I 1 V K-iimiivf' ' ,:,3,,' , -- i 1 ,M K+, Y , . 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ALL WHO COME IN CONTACT WITH HIM COME AWAY WITH REAL RESPECT AND ADMIRATION FOR HIM AND HIS IDEALS. HE HAS IN- STILLED IN ALL WHO HAVE COME UNDER HIS TUTELAGE A DEEP SENSE OF DUTY TO THEMSELVES AND TO THEIR FELLOW MEN, AND A KEEN AWARENESS OF THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES AS MEN AND AS MEMBERS OF THE HUMAN RACE. HIS THOUGHTS, WHICH ARE SHARED WITH THE CORPS IN CHAPEL, REFLECT HIS UNDERSTANDING OF THE PROBLEMS AND TROUBLES WHICH FACE YOUNG MEN TODAY, AND THE MAN- NER IN WHICH HE ADVISES THESE YOUNG MEN SHOWS HIS GREAT WISDOM. Top: Signing the first Patrons' Page. Middle: Inspecting the progress of the Adjutant. Bottom: At his desk. 4.4-l ARMY H THE CHER, EMAN F. All REAI .S IN- LENSE KEEN NBERS HHE LEMS HAN- EEAT VICE PRESIDENT , . ,A-' I I A L Q9 Mayor William C. Atkinson, Jr. MAJOR WILLIAM C. ATKINSON, JR. HAS ALMOST LITERALLY GROWN UP AT ARMY-NAVY. "MAJOR BILL" AT- TENDED ANA, AND, AFTER SERV- ING IN THE AIR FORCE, RETURNED TO TAKE THE POSITION OF VICE PRESIDENT. FOR THE PAST SIX YEARS, HE HAS SERVED WITH DEDI- CATION, BOTH IN HIS OFFICIAL CAPACITY, AND UNOFFICIALLY. 'I .Il ,IASIIG EFFQIIS 'NT IISIIOI. HE IS N5-'fi 'CJ vi ,ii ' 'f"Iul' ff raw " 1. gym AS A IEAC49 1-'47 ,hmsgiissn vs: iQi9mY.CADE?S 'NE IN 1IIiIIIrIEI ASUL' SLM? IIIIS I0 IIEII GZIL 'POA ff'-SINIEIESIED N 'HH I "E.'II5I VIIUILE FCSEE' IIICIIAINTANCES -, .5 IIIOIIANV N-Ev, .3 S- IIIIIGEQI I 'af A- 'A QI km I I 'ST' 'Y I. ' +fp,,,'- I , Trim SON, IR. OWN UP I3ILL" RI. ER SERV. ETURNED OF VICE AST SIX IH DEDI- OFFICIAL ALLY. ENE- .,.. I -rf" X Posnng The Honor ROII- Informal conference wilh faculty m DEAN RAYMOND C. EDE HAS SPENT THIRTY YEARS OF HIS LIFE WITH ANA, BOTH AS A TEACHER AND AS HEADMASTER. THROUGH THESE YEARS, HE HAS GAINED THE RESPECT OF ALL WHO KNOW HIM. HIS UNCEASING EFFORTS AND DEVOTION HAVE BEEN INVALUABLE TO THE ACADEMY. CADETS FIND IN HIM A FRIEND, AN ADVISOR, AND A COUNSELOR. HE IS NEVER TOO BUSY TO FIND TIME TO SIT AND TALK WITH THEM ABOUT SUBJECTS RANGING FROM THEIR ACADEMIC PROBLEMS TO THEIR GIRL TROUBLES. EVEN AFTER GRADUATION, HE REMAINS INTERESTED IN THEIR PROGRESS. HIS FRIENDSHIP IS ONE OF THE MOST VALUABLE POSSESSIONS ANYONE HAS, AND MOST OF HIS ACQUAINTANCES HAVE IT. HIS ABILITY TO TEACH HAS BEEN PROVEN TO MANY WHEN HE STEPPED IN TO SUBSTITUTE FOR AN ABSENT TEACHER .V L' :GI 5,4-E , "'N I 0 , I Lp ,9a,IQflew!?f7 ELMLRQI QM duff Q "WW EI xfkfwffb J if DEAN RAYMOND C. EDE I KJ". - HE DMASTER X., ,JI Iifhxifi IWMM If J I V J JW MAJOR DEAN S , I Commandant of Cadets ,x I 'iiffii P I v -'I I RESPONSIBL FOR THE SUPERVISION OF CADET DISCIPLINE, MORALE, QUARTERS, AND PERSONAL APPEARANCE, THE TACTICAL STAFF IS KNOWN TO ALL ' AND KNOWS ALL. X4 ML.--.fi V .-C! .xx F5 ' .MN liiii,-L, ws ",' .I ff q is 1 . ' I 'fb CAPTAIN DAVID STOLL Commandanf Jr. Division MAJOR CLINTON L. HOPKINS Assistant Commandant of Cadets ., V. ,N I IIPLINE, 2ANCEp VO All 'SIQALL FACU LTV DANIEL A. TERRY Chairman Mathematics Convair Math Team R. NILES MOFFAT Chairman English I Honor Council HENRY F. LAWRENCE Chairman Science MICHAEL GIANSIRACUSA Chairman Foreign Language RICHARD 'GRONQUIST Chairman Social Science Basketball, Track HAROLD R. MOSES Headmaster Junior School Tennis fl fI Iv- n , I, IX, -II- I , IMT! ,V 'iv ' I I IIEIEI I I .41 '4 Af ,Inf ' I f MI :rf I4 1' I III' 1 I IIC' 515' ,bill .ul g,,,, I ' I . .M fi I ITU 'I Inf" Ia,-I ,111 .,I,, ,. ni . fi . vigil-- ,.' ,. , IIf'.5 'IW' I , 1 I ."9 HI- ,1 ,vit '17- lIlIIII'7:" ' III' .m II':I:fI I I-'II IOEI III If ,,., -I ,,,.I l1W,'1'IIIrI I IIIIIIoI:eI: I I I Il:I'gIIuIgIaga ' 'III - Iv, Z-n I IIIIN I. Dt It 44' llnfeignlungicge I' F:-' I lf IICIIIIUE Incl ef: I' ,IIN I DE Ing,-,3. I I IIIIIQIIIIIIIQICQQ V I f I I I ,, I IIIEIIIIUQOTZ IIIIIEIIIEII L I IIIII IIIIII I- FIIIQI . I IIIIIIIISIIIQI N I III. 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I4 ' I A 'N T I U Q 1 1 A - 5 ' -why. 1 ' Q - .Q ,Q Y i A O "Aff: A ' ' ' L nv . H4 rr ' '.-- . .- 'r I "- 1 , .,h,. 1 4, I..i.,,-' x ' ' ' Al ""l- K V' KA' s 5 ' g 1 .. -5. , 'k,'. as " 4 ' -X 'il ' A" '.1 - s 1 1 ,fx vynf - . " ' "iv 70 1 ' f 1'-f""thg by N' "" I' o , J Q s 4- f-x , X J K lb x k'f 4 I X 4 A V ' 'n 11-49: 9 w 'f 1 '?oQZ41pNX Q, , 7 , :ff Hg Codei Tony Jonker Cade! Gary Luiiel Cade Code! Sieve Kaizmcnn , .Al r""p ' , 'P,'fl' A X ,R -LN L ,fQ6O A 'P S! ,Jgf r- I I f' HI ?"RAf4I I" f nf' d Ed p W II 5 d Code! Doug Ralph A SILVER "A" CADET IS MANY THINGS. HE IS AN OUTSTANDING CADET BECAUSE OF HIS CON- CIENTIOUS SERVICE, HIS METICULOUS RESPECT FOR THE REGULATIONS AND IDEALS OF THE ACADEMY, AND HIS LOYALTY AND INFLUENCE ON CAMPUS LIFE. BUT ABOVE ALL HE IS A CADET, A RESPECTED AND HIGHLY HONORED CADET, BUT A CADET NONETHELESS. NO DEMIGOD, HE WITH MAGICAL POWERS OF DIVINE CREATION, BUT A LIVING BREATHING PRODUCT OF SUPERB ACADEMY BREEDING. HERE, IN FACT ARE THE LEADERS OF OUR NEW GENERATION. 23 .- f.,., .,,..,,,,- ..., -f C f Wi ,X 4 'T . f, J v-25 'uf M91 if ' iz, .Lam ggi' ffm 15' fn , ,. ,fnfr .,' 4. A cf.,f.f1fm' f ' "t.-30 3112! ,, Qrtnfi' " '4L?s'3'f"' z t I 'z .c,, Q5!i'!?lz,f ,f-3. 1-,G - ,"fl'9 'EH yisfifissvz. we-as nr 4-2. .4..fw,4 f V Y fy iii 71313 ffhdfyf 'nf ,fy 3 .fm 0'-in ,,,, 1-77, la .lx 7,235 132.5 ' 1 M 'tx Back Row- Tony Guenther Croy Davis and Al Hopkins. Front Row: Doug Ralphs, Bill Sunderman, Richard Fitzgerald, Jon Nielson, Dove Duttenhofaer. HONOR COUNCIL I Mr. Niles Moflot, Advisor of the Honor Council Richard Fitzgerald, Honor Council President. ,,,- fwf- l E and 3""i",,'5 X 24 S-,A Army and Navy Academy is operated under an Honor System. Basically, this means that the mem- bers ot the Corps are honor-bound to keep from violating the honor code as set down in the Cadet Handbook: "Honor is a fundamental attribute of character. lt is The Honor System which means that any statement a cadet makes is truthful and honest." The seven cadets who are elected to the Honor Council administer this System to the Corps. They try all violations of the System and pass on their findings to the President's Advisory Board. These cadets have had to perform this thankless task sev- eral times this year. They deserve much credit for their work. denied ,..-.4.'fn. M ffivffs 'ss la. 3232293 Ml V i W , ,',' W . , L ig ffl I , i ,WSE I ,ln V . t M ,rg r , qt r "? 9' 'A , Zffli l gl f M ' 'fl V, xx ,V , ,sg I .,g?2l7i' 'ffl g V lvl wt f c n L V- , Ai mv ' :If ,if ici P i f l l fr" 1 Q ' li ' ff' ' 4 - 15151 t EJ V xl - f, gl 'F Richard The Stuclont Council of tim Accxcfigf- H, a lpocif o ton cadets -.-rlio counscrl grid.,-vgi .-.' Pio:-f covduv on carnpu: could be classific-cl cu d-o-trifiir,-mal to tiny'- sclvcz as well as to tlic Accmclcriry, Tlic cadi,-fa i.-alto Serve on the Council arc- tlic- livc- off-cc-ru of tlirg Scnior Class, tlirg Prcsicligntg of tlng- Second Tliird. and Fourtlt Classes, and two rg-prCSCrt?0livr3u of tliig Junior School, Time altc-r tirno tlic-y liavu mc-t to try to Hstraigliten out" cadets who liavc- lam,-n acting in Cl manner which would tend to lyrinq thc-ir conduct under the list of "Class A" dismissal offenses. It in difficult to estimate the number of cadets wl1O liavc remained in the Corps because of this council. ILSTUDENT CCUNCIL E351 T W" ' f 'W Eigttztt' iff if V it 5' ,,. , i. it 'SE275i1Z iifflfll. ' 4 za: . and Richard Ede. fs,-1 W "56sh....,,... irq - Richard Fitzgerald, Jon Nielson, KQV' R099'5 Steve Kcxtzmonn, Gary Luttel, Bill Sunderman, llrilllll lllll' 3 V T I-. SJ 'Vl- in f n .WK l"""n 3075 ff? Bottom Row: Winston Potts, Doug Harwood, Pete Levy, Dean Raymond Ede, Sergio Coppel, Don Toeller Isaac Coppel. Second Row: Sam Patterson, Russel Martini, Rellie Lawyer, William Lindauer, Brooke Lewis Marty Norbom. Third Row: Dennis Sigel, Albert Hopkins, Rick Gordon, Steve Kanzee, John Mitchell Top Row: Arturo Guaiardo, Ed Kuhn, Jeffrey Hyland, Dick Ede, A f Q- i V 8? H 1 f i J 4 O i Q , ,,,,,, ' ,J 4" ,eff , .' 9 f A . N 'Mft-2-+' .,.,' l,,,,,4 s "H """ Q., ifmt t, - . s X- -. as M -l fo - g. 4 M mx 4 , N-if--yu-Q ' o,,, TILT, '11 x if A W A--nnf"w V . sh, .-f 'I' l 4 .AEA 1 , .2 'W' f Y z V , .. I mf' ' Lj,:iffs.' 'l V' N In-, 'sir ,gl-, X 26 Dean Ede reports Ager for not wearing his name tag and for missing a button Van Joyce, Brian Gridley, Tony Modica CADEMI SU PE RIORITY COMPLYING WITH THE ACADEMY'S POLICY OF ACADEMIC SUPERI- ORITY, THESE CADETS HAVE ATTAINED A SUCCESSIVE RECORD OF HIGH 4 4 ,Q ,C SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. THE ACADEMIC K' P M SUPERIORITY AWARD IS DESIGNED TO GIVE FULL RECOGNITION TO I THE TOP SCHOLARS OE EACH CLASS. MEMBERSHIP INTO THIS SOCIETY IS ONE OF THE HIGHEST SCHOOL HONORS ONE CAN RECEIVE. Sergio Coppel, Dc' I Ilicm lindouer, Bi:-c e Kunzee, John II" Gridley, Tony IIoI' Boffom Row: Willicm Noble, Deon Raymond Ede, Chris Zohrloul. Second Row' Mike So h Stephen Boyd, George Bornefi. Top Row: George BidduIph, Scoil Wchcley, Robert Phillips, Jim Schof ld, Gory Tocllcr. 1z'- i if 'il 1.1 3 Q1 if 1 11 4 tal in 41 wa, ti .bi U: 111 t I i ,i 1i1 al i 11 l 1 ,i 11 l t 2 1 1 L 1 l 1 , 1 1 i 1 -1 -1 .2 1! l tl Qt X W X W .7 1, if 4u4Q C? 'Q ,Z .Mc V A .z Q, 4- .- sf ,, l f - Q nmfali Swing: G. Garland, R' Fnzgemldl C. Mohan, R, Ede, Standing: M. Silverman, R. Miller, K. Macumbei, R. Birch, J. Myslivy, M. Mahan, J. Guild- 'WTIONAL FORENSICS LEAG' 3.1 ,H , 15 far Mr. James F. Hannon, advisor and Richard Fitzgerald, president. The National Thespian Society is the honor society in the field of the dramatic arts. Only the best actors and actresses are permitted to ioin this highly esteemed organization. ln order to gain membership, a person must accumulate a cer- tain number of thespian points. These points are awarded for performances in plays and musicals. When the prospec- tive member has accumulated twenty or more points, he is voted on by the present members of the organization. Only those actors and actresses who display the finest ideals of the dramatic arts will be voted into membership. As a thes- pian goes farther into this field, he can be awarded the coveted distinction of Honor Thespian. Several members of the Academy's Thespian troupe, Troupe l3O, have achieved this distinction. Under the leadership of Mr. James Hannon, the advisor, and Richard Fitzgerald, Troupe l3O has ranked high in national comparisons. Serving under these men OS officers were Miss Gay Garland, vice-president, and MFSS Carol Mohan, secretary. The members of the Academy'S troupe have fulfillmi J' nm iflfwl- -I " " img ciety in the ,d actresses nization. In ilate 0 Cel' e awarded me Pfospecl oints, he is ation. 0t'Y it idedlt of ,As 0 'hes' ded the nembels of re ccltleled es Hannon, anltel met' as T and Mist 'Academy war hai ' :ge 's Q 4 6 l rs Cff--- 1'-'89 ss'-ff-SQ X S i 2 L rf' ,....,t z ,ga W 5 .xdduap 3 1 gc A f f do Q '-50 Sitting: R. Miller, R. Ede, M, Mghgnl R, 5' hh 5, d NATIONAL TH ESPIANS The National Forensics League is a national honor society in the field of public speaking. The members of the Forensic League are the elite of the orators throughout the nation. ln order to become a member of National Forensics, a person must accumulate a certain number of points for his speaking. These points are awarded on the basis of the place of finish in a contest or tournament. The different chapters of NFL are compared on the basis of total points accumulated by their members. The Academy's chapter ha-s long been rated highly on this list. Mr. James Hannon, the advisor to this chap- ter, has coached his team well in the past years and this year was no exception. Richard Ede, the president of the Aca- demy's chapter, Mike Mahan, the vice-president, Robin Mil- ler, and Robert Birch have won the highest numbers of points in the chapter. Members of NFL have attended Student Congresses and have performed in individual events through- out the year. The Academy can rightfully be proud of its speakers who brought back the trophies and awards this year. e T Z Front Row John Wilks Mike McCarthy Richard Ede, Mike Gregg, Richard lzbicki, Chris Whitmore, Marc Silverman Bill Sunderman Center Row Mike Potts, Tony Jonker, Mike Mahan, Mike Rothman, Don Ross, Steve Lucas Robin Miller Bock Row Ed Kuhn Jay Gillette, Von Joyce, John Brown, Dave Duttenhofer, Quill 8. Scroll is the highest award a high school iournalist can aspire. lt is awarded to the members of the school's publications who have done outstanding work in their respective fields. lt iS also based upon academic achievement, a cadet must maintain a "B" average in order to be admitted. This year's society cont0lDS twenty three members from the Adiutant, Warrior, and Talisman. The officers are President Steve Lucas, Vice President Richard Ede, Secretary Tony Jonker, Treasurer Mike Mahan, and Sergeant at Arms Bill Sunderman. V Y f-, N"" - ,-by K I 0,1 , . , f 7ff,W,f',!f X , ,Q ff f ff if ft ,I , , ,- 'fad-,Z.,.!!4ezW , ,,, ,, fan" "ff zz, ini! ZlZ'Afj!f! ? W X f X X gf f ? W w ff fffff X f X V f f f f X X f iCll00l sch00 dei mils' "' - i iouinulisl fl ublitallom l's P . fields- l' 'l ainiaint I . lull 's socleli can and grnof, , hard ide. reildeni RIC eanli Un: 0 nd Set!! I -,fl .,....,.....,..., , . l I' Ykgini ' Hitt? il liilisil Mlmlll s X1 I 5 l S iss- Bank of America award winners: Ron Nevares, fine arts certificatep Robin Miller, science and mathematics certificate, Richard Ede, trophy winner in science and mathematics, and Mike Mahan, liberal arts certificate. l . i sa 'FQQ The Academy's only entrant this year in the annual Greater San Diego County Science Fair is Robin Miller. His proiect had to do with light that tOlK8S the place of a gas on the surface of a cylinder, rectangle, and air foil. This light is meuivfflble- Each year, the Bank of America awards a certificate of merit to the top scholars in each of three fields of endeavor: Science and mathematics, Liberal arts, and Fine arts. A trophy is also awarded to the top all-around scholar in th eclass. The trophy winner then competes against the trophy win- ners from other high schools for schol- arship awards, 's f Richard Ede, the Acaderny's only National Merit Scholarship Finalist, received that distinction through his scholastic record and his scores on a qualifying test. This honor is given only to the top .5'!. ot this year's graduating seniors in the United States. 1. 1 l1f fl lik 11 1:11, 131 1,1 'Q 4! 11 5 111 1 5 '1 1 'J I l 1 -Qf1 .1 11 1 I 1 ,I Y! 1 1 1 1 "1 1 51 1 1 I 5 1 I 1 il ei xl 'I 1 1 15' If 1 1 1 H W5 'F I '1 l 1wyf'W,1 -1 ' f 1 , 1, I 'Q wv,M,71,,,,17?1 154 'N'-1. V N mf -1- 1719? ' gf 1 f -'V' ,1.,V,:Fr " j,f 37 4 lp., r 1 "KLA Z, gr J A A .MJ lm 11 - '11, f 111 gpm ',. ' .11 WVU- N19 Wim . 1, ' if A' ', ' f 1 K. jf 'f " 3 Z V' Q . ' :G fs KW- A Q., 1 in 6,1 ff ' 1, f f ' 1f,'f I f ff Q1 ,E 11 4 1112215 , ,1S11,1a,1' W 5 f?pw" 1 Q1 1. 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WHILE A SMALL HANDFULL OF - Empty heurfs and pockefs To mcich. Q f fge if J- fi 'ZA AJ Q .Q-I .1 1 vi p -Q-'..:w:: f R5 50 I ,, I z5 f ,Z ,.f.f Q. ,f ,R , , Mfwff V2 VW? 4, M, 4 .-,z - kwwm CADETS LABOR TO ALL HOURS EVERY NIGHT, THOUSANDS FLOCK IN TO JOIN IN THE TRADITIONAL SATURDAY LUNCHES. BE THATAS IT MAY, THE ADJUTANT SURVIVES, THRIVES, AND GOES ON, AND ON, AND ON . . . Bob Metcalf deciphering copy I Iyp X. F- poq- Make up ,:,. '-'bis 3.1, Q ! Q "X-'ft' l ,f 1' Mike Gregg, the Head Typist, busily works to meet the deadline. Top left: Tom Weiler, Photography Editor, helps proof-read galley sheet between picture assignments. Left: Jeff Hyland, in charge of Circulation, spends some time typing news story. Bottom left: Van Joyce, Advertising Manager, settles accounts and plans out ads in free time. MIKE MAHAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . 'VV v4' '71 l gs 'lt ,, N TSDS """'.2.: IIeY Sheet typing nd plans DITO ,L RIN' R I1 dl IJ If Iofgc of MGIU:-up I ys oul Warrior cd - - Chin Vlludmorc, Sporlx fdnlorr I d I ll I I P column THROUGHOUT ITS FORTY YEARS OF NEWS-REPORTING, WRITING, RE- WRITING, PROOFING, TROUBLES, CONFUSION, MORE PROOFING, MAKE-UP WORRIES, CURSING, SHORT TEMPERS, AND HEARTACHES5 THE WARRIOR HAS SURVIVED AND IS BEGGING FOR MORE. THE SCREAMS OF JOY WHEN THE NEWSPAPER GOES TO PRESS SEEM ALWAYS TO MAKE UP FOR THE PAST TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS. v . JOHN WILKS BOB POAGE JAY GILLETTE ASSOCIATE EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER i ,,,,,, ,, ,. 1 l f Y CAST GRANDMA - Nancy Slater HESTER - Susan Tabbutt SALLY - Gay Garland ARNOLD - Paul Romero HUBERT - Robin Miller KNUCKLES - Dennis Newman SPIKE - Fred Divel HORACE - Marc Silverman KILLER - Bob Gelff CLERKS - Lynn Hunter, Ginny Huking, Chuck Lindauer, Susan Prest, Willianw Salvatore DEPOSITORS - Yalenda Waterntan, Barry Goldman, Max Schumacher, Pat Eckhardt, Luana Gardiner, Delene Vaughn AGENTS - Richard Gordon, Ken Nokes, Phil Coffelt, Mike Potts GRANDMA'S COHORTS - Janet Macumber, Bob Philbrook, Rachelle Smith, Connie Polhamus, Robert Birch, Jay Elwell i l l . r . PLENTY MQNEY Upper felt "Oh, you gotta belong lo a union' Middle lc-lt Mother always told me to hide my moncy in a sale place. Lower lol! Ll. Edgar Hoover, ol the F.B.l." Our qroup had 370,63 lf,-wer lil 2 C li rl fi if 3 ' 5 llt 1. tt? - lil i l. i it i i 5 , l ,i l, E i l i ull it .. uscn pmt chumqchetl HS k, Rochelle 1 1 K f--' "7"j.+"hlf l Oh, ' SSQCS-!?'!, Ike gc! cv mn! Middle right. Butverfingcrsl! Lower riqhff Tried Yo pull o fosv o f 3 iw ig l CHQIR l AND CHO LEERS l A l l l . 4 l , V I f l . l j ff l , ggi, 2 --A i 'ti ' L s " 1 A 1 Solly Lcidl, Suson Presl, Lynn Hunler, Rochelle Smilh, Nancy Sluler, Yalondu Wolermon, LUGHC Gold" Dclcne Vaughn, Joncl Mocumber, Ginny Huking, Pol Eckhordl. Slondlng: llliggi 3 . Piffl, wamqm Q I MRS. WILLIAM C. ATKINSON, JR., Advisor - I and l0berlGeIll. N ' lm- Ccxdrl Chou lugrquvnlly minqz durinq Chopr-I srrrv ces DENNIS NEWMAN, Pregidcnf A 1 , l , 1 I . . -1 4 3 ,I la V 1 V ,. . y ' ' X . V'f ' "' l P' O.-sq, , V . , , ' ' . 1 fl I' Q 'fu , 1' ' ' 4 , Y J n f . "' . Q ' . 1 V rf f 'X I l 'Af' ' ,' ' 'I ' ' "MX .44 K' , N 'N f QW 1 . "9 - ff f l ,s A X . by in K l 5 va x V". , , 1 1 V 1 D Y 4 S' . i h f l .l ' l. -'- " r "' " f l Q l f X U , 01- . 'll-Q 4 T l 4!k"l- l l 1 '- ,.. ,I ,' i . A, l Waterman, lur: R., Advisor lent , it ,ve :E ato J 1 Poe 17 ' usy, Busy, Busy," one ol the songs from the Chorulr,-er production of NPLFNTY OF MONEY" sums up the Choir's schedule this year. ln December, the Carla.-t Choir pot on a Christmas program inthe Chapel. During the year they toured the South..-rn California area putting on eight one-hour shows in two days. At the encl of the year they sang tm the Cadets at an assembly and Baccalaureate Service. ln May, the Choraleers presented their annual production accornpan-1.-rt by tht- Cort.-t Dance Band. Mrs. Atkinson, Jr., has helped to develop the Choir into one of the finest that ANA has ever seen. Standing: William Elwell, Charles Lindoeur, Barry Goldman, Marc Silverman, Rob'-rt Phrtbrooh, Pobv-rt Birch, William Salvatore, Fred Diver, Seated Kenneth Notes, Robin Miller. Dcnrm Nvffrrifm. PGH' Pomfro Robert Gcltl. I .ex - ,f e92""7.. je. td,.f. - ' ' A . f Q, C ,cv - 'vrff vs: 1 5 . t ., E -4 ' I 5 , F x Qipwfr ' l b' pm Alb 'Wil' 1--V CCNCER 6, "' f-'.Jaff1cm 'EVFCC L-1r .1---Ak "X sf? y.. af-' CGdefBc1nd Leader MIKE MCCARTHY I el Bon 'iifw , A i A-in d Lettflel E MCCARTHY ,fi A Q 'H' A BAND Everyone likes to listen to the concert band, but only those who actually play a musical instrument know the real enioy- ment of such a band. So it is with the Academy Concert Band. Because of the fact that it does not perform much, the real purpose of it is the valuable training and enjoyment that the members receive. This year, the concert band performed at the San Luis Rey Mission in Oceanside during the dedication of their new buildings, a very difficult performance because of the style of music played. It also performed two outstanding concerts, the Parent's Day Concert on May lO, and the final Concert on June l. This year the band has started a new tradition of honor, called the "Band Honors". These honors include "Cadet Band Leader", "Chief Musician", and "Principal Musician", and are modeled after the honors that the Service Bands have. Mike McCarthy, a member of the band for four years, was named "Cadet Band Leader", an honor well deserved because of his outstanding performance on the trumpet and piano, and his broad knowledge of music. Skip Wilks, a member for three years, was named "Chief Musician" for his leadership on first trumpet and his performance of numer- ous solos. Alan Gregg, a five-year veteran of the band, was named "Principal Musician" for his performance on first trombone and baritone. The director of the Concert Band, Military Band, and Dance Band is Maior Al Polhamus, a graduate of the Aca- demy and a nationally known composer and arranger. He has formed the writing partnership with Al Davis and Mel Weisner known as "Hollywood Hits". This partnership has written the musical comedies which are produced at the Academy each year. Maior Al has built the band from the bottom to the top this year. Every member of the band looks up to Maior Al as someone who will help in their not always musical problems. The Army-Navy Academy Dance Band is composed of the best musicians in the Military Band. These select musicians must not only have complete control over their instruments, but must also be able to sightread and have an outstanding knowledge of music. The band consists of five saxes, four trombones, four trumpets, a bass, piano, and drums, and from this group a smaller combo is formed. The band's lib- rary has well over 400 arrangements consisting of jazz, pop- ular music, old favorites, and music that really "swings," The band has been very active this year, although mostly on campus. lt played for the Mother's Club Variety Show, the Christmas Dance, the Valentines Dance, the Moral Re-arma- ment plays, an assembly at Carlsbad High School, the Carls- bad High School's Junior and Senior Prom, the musical come- dy, "Plenty of Money," and the Shriner's Dinner and Dance in Oceanside. The Combo has played for three dances at the Carlsbad Twin Inns and a luncheon at Balboa Park in San Diego. The Dance Band loses four of its top members this year as they graduate. Dar Hansen, a member for four years, has played lst alto-sax for the past three years, and has shown his ability on his solos and his leadership in the way his section performs. Ron Nevares, four years in the band, has also shown his ability as lst tenor through the past two years on his solos. Skip Wilks has been in the band for three years and has led the band the past two years as lst trumpet, Alan Gregg, five years in the band, has led his section for the past four years as lst trombone. When these boys realized that they would be the leaders of the band, they agreed that their senior year would have the finest dance band that the school has ever had. And through their work and effort they made this dream come true, for this year's band is cer- tainly the finest the Academy has ever seen. The Dance Band of '65 will also be excellent, because of the leadership and ability of three iuniors. Mike McCarthy will take over lst trumpet next year and through his ability the band will excel. Mike Gregg will continue as the band's smallet bass player, and will do an excellent iob of leading the rhythm section. Bill Erickson will be the top drummer again and keep the band going. ANCE BAND l'l'aF1T'lTf1 A mwom A lst Trornobonc, ALAN GREGG Middle llvvff Back Row: Bil Fronl Row: 5 4 l i 4 i HANSEN ,,'i?-1"'7 We u -'Q r-.f - - -- --f1-- z.x..f.:J.4 I wi 32. www ix Nkmmx NNW NWOQW Rv ,-yfxywwfvfsge. we wx fn wwf' X V? mmm sw .fame .me .. Q'fNYR1WXNH!'fKNNsa' Nw NM' :WN ?NNi1wg'NY'4wf4 may Middle Row: Mike Gregg, John Rafterree, Alan Gregg, Glen Tompkins. Back Row: Bill Erickson, Tom Clarke, Skip Wilks, Dennis Newman. ff, , 2 4? '71 X WMC l T fs3:7fZ" 1 .4 ,Q 0 M, 7 ,ii if W ,X ,,f , JA I f fog, in .1 25, 3 w GSX YZ? ,, meg , 54 www em :wa L2 ns. f 5? ww s A: 3:- i .sg 5, i 4 'KW , f W m 7 if X, 4 7 Q f Zgl X , it Z 5 1 f Z4 X, X 1 W fx , 1 f 2 N, W , f , W . 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' : 67. k F, f" , "-4 ' ' wa,-f 1 .Q 4 5 -s I Y T- f',A ff -7 l - 1' ' w i 0 -5 ' 7 l , - 7 qxlwpi - K' 3 " 1 fi .5 - 1 -Q 1-' 1 1 . , ir P .Ei . ..ymi'- 'WF fw,. , r,jm5 p.ssNgQggQ .' :ini K tc I jvxxif' A I X' w MX s I sign-A i Y, , ' .- , f t . ,.g,f'. 5 1 xxligfn fx! aj-5. . ,-. ii? 5.51 A' fi- if Xi sf-"":. R Q ' 3 ' l L I if Q s 1 . 5 1 Qi-A .1f'3f E t X ., l ip . f W 'rm TIP- A .y- 1 X, i Ht' ' A ' A X 'U ' fl' wt? . Q if Gilt? ' g st - , ' -f tex Q i UQx..N , ,?"' aid 'l,yc or ' ' J .. , - ' . 3 'Ei 'r' V " ' Q sg, ,Q y .g ' K NP.. ' i sf -Qu l A r ff' we-2 I Sitting- R. Edc, R. Robinson, R. Fitzgerald, G. Garland, J. Guild, C. Mohan, M. Mahan, K. Macumber. Standing: M. Schumacher, P. Romero, K. Rogers,T Jonkcr, V. Joyce, B. Smith, M. Silverman, R. Miller, R. Menzies, J. Myslivy, R. Birch, W. Salvatore, A. Besecker, A. Hopkins, K. Nokes, J. Macumber, W Erickson, R. Smith. The Masque and Wig Club, initiated by Mrs. W. C. t Atkinson Sr. in l924, is the oldest social organization on campus. For many years the Masque and Wig has gained national recognition through outstanding performance in the field of dramatic arts. In the past the Academy has held many first place ratings in the Pasadena Playhouse Play tournament. Uuhhhl My lirsl Oscarl i l l l l 1-A : QS- ' ' l l 3 l l i i .Q 3' 1 X . l . .1 i cu::c:fxx. . V f x 5. ----1 , pu, ..- 4- .rf-Q' Each year the club takes a trip for the formal initiation ot its stooges. This year the group journeyed to Gilman's Hotsprings for this annual event. Entertainment included swimming, tennis, and golf. Following dinner, remarks were heard from Col. Atkinson, Mr. Henry Hampton, and Miss Alice Moses. Oh, Richard, you say the cutest things! - Don'tlo0kr1 lv f Ir ow bu '51 .Cmw ww?-.g,,w, Q A 3 be so f' QR , -Vyzmx 4 N as UE AND 5 l l f , ,,.,,,. Q .c f.,,,, , X Mx, ,Z 5 ,, l " fr VVIG QW N WCSAK sv. v If A ,. g . T -. , viii' '7?...-, A r 'ff-v - X eff ' -. Xu .K .-Ti' N I' , Jr 4 , ' f QZAW4, r' 'ff 4 rt l Mr BK it 3. X Z Just a little dab! Max Schumacher received the award for being best stooge cmd the vote for best paddle went to Kenneth Nokes. The stooges presented a portrayal of a Shakespearean baseball game. Cadet Salvatore gave a cutting, "Merrie Ol' Dragons" which added to the enioyment of all present. Mr. Hampton and Miss Moses, past members of the Masque 81 Wig, were able to size the value of their experi- ence in later life from participating in the club. Before attaining full membership a stooge must first fulfill . certain requirements. These include: a maiority vote by pre- sgt.-at-arms. Trick," a story of ancient times. sent members, the recital of a memorized cutting involving at least two characters, passing a test on the theatre, and the construction of the traditional paddle or puff. This year Joe Guild was elected president, Ken Rogers, vice-president, Carol Mohan, secretary, and Mike Mahan, Masque and Wig produced two excellent plays. The first was R.U.R., a futuristic drama, the other, "The Hundreth Top: Smile, You're on candid camera. Bottom: l wanna hold your hand! 2' ' 1 J 1 l 5 ,,3H. X U ,, .Jg Mia' --Q Bob Birch, Mike Mahon, Bill Erickson, Marc Silverman, and Gay Garland diSCUSS the USGS of robots in society. R.U.R. f Q X . Q 'Yi Q . , F"1Ef Rilhdld Marc 5ll"9"' out to fe : Richard E" Jomin, tRobin Millerl - "Madame Helenq we reckon with what is lost when we start rm the world." 1 Q Y 1 2 2 2 ioilitlciii O'CAHt' 1 e trifle- Marc Silverr'C x ilro'cAHANr,hieiiii J ll0lERl,lORDBORLL: ' ard Fitzgerald Q lNl0NY srewrm Mile Mahan 1 a i E 2 ' llii: lhe headquarters at l rarinthe Province at 1 fEll0D: llelalter years ot the ,J -fl late iiaiiiii .. - Wil ' Helena Glory, lGay Garlondl, - 3f0ndY? wnh ..W'e?S0nw"h CW' H riession. hknriut, lAl Hopkinsl,--"Tlirrre'x o lady sir, Soda wafer? A H-A mlrinq to we you." V 1 - 4 1 L' iJfQf fi 5 df i QT ji 553 1 4 'V i A ig . ' ' - A V'-' i i "The play is laid on an island, and somewhere -' ' , ' p- SX , ,Y Ti 1 'K ' , f. 1, . , f 1 ,AK ' D 1 l 1 on it is the Central Office of Rossum's Universal ' V H 5 Robots. ' ' ' 'V i j After thousands of worl-cman robots, without it souls or feelings, have been made by R.U.R., 3 Helena Glory, president of the Humanitarian Leaquc, comes to better the conditions of these poor creatures. In time spec-diest courtship on rr-cord in our theatre, Harry Domin captures ber lteart, Years later the Robots revolt and kill all erm-pt one wan Alquist, He discovers two bum- f. ,,, 1 Q anizifrl robota a man and a woman, and it is pi-rf'-iw-cl that Nature has won out, after all," , and Mike Mahon, lDr, CNW Mfr "2 fltwred to cindcrs, my boy," ..-sf" 1 fi i ' x xr-.. i ,wud-1' if is i f 11, ol Richard Fitzgerald lLord Borlasel is awe-stricken after Marc Silverman lConn O'Cahanel poisons his brother, Richard Ede tArtl. CHARACTERS: CONNACHT O'CAHANE, known as Conn of the Hundred Tricks - Marc Silverman ART O'CAHANE, his brother - Richard Ede ROBERT, LORD BORLASE, English deputy in Munster - Rich- ard Fitzgerald ANTONY STEWKLEY, his cousin and captain-lieutenant - Mike Mahan PLACE: The headquarters of Lord Borlase, before the Rock of Bally- nor, in the Province of Munster. PERIOD: The latter years ofthe reign of Queen Elizabeth. 00TH Lord Borlase lRichard Fitzgeraldl and Anthony lMike Mahan, reason with Conn lMarc Silvermanl to sign the confession. The climax is reached as the poison pellet is dropped from a secret compartment in the ring ,f ,ff V' W reads Conn's letter to Antony Stewkley lt i I-Il V! 54 x r Y A 5 F Q Q .V F X , . . 1 ' - "'.:"1l"":".".l' i it ft f"' . fi 225 . 1 "1 -Y J Z if 1 l rs r 9 .wf .A 'a' 1 Q .. x s 1 r ' N. ' ll s 'l if V-,fm r ik- ,,.f 3, . 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T, fit V -A - J... .. .h A tnstrrru I fone, X' t "3-wg., rrtrrutllm -r . .. ,I .- P A ,A 5 S . g ., ccfl1l!'--i'iQ 1 -A -,ggrgligRobrnMrler, M . . . - " onold Tom Weiler, Dennis Newman, Bob Birch and Richard Ede give their full attention to a fpsell'fl'0ll'l practice debate, in preparation for a tournament. "JSlf,lt8tlDlVelioll Onlygne issue wus t get and the lollowrnr il 'r -'st 1 - at 'f 9 11' K- ' JA' DEQXTE Under the guiding hand of Mr. James F. Hannon, Army and Navy Academy's Speech Department has become one of the finest in the nation for this size school. As a member of the San Diego County Speech League, ANA's speech team has participated in many tourna- ments, California-Western University, Mt. Miguel High School, and San Diego State College tournaments are three of the most prominent. Mem- bers of the team also competed in individual contests sponsored by service clubs such as the Lion's Club, Optimists' Club, and American Legion. Many outstanding individuals showed their speaking talents this year. Robert Birch and Robin Miller formed the main backbone of the impromptu and extemporaneous features for the cadet's. These two events have long been considered the most difficult in public speaking due to the lack of preparation involved. Marc Silverman was a standout in Humerous lnterpertation with Bill Salvatore right on his heels. In Ori- ginal Oratory and the individual tourneys, the standout was Richard Ede, although Mike Mahan and Robin Miller were close behind in the contests. NOW do ll mY WUY. SCCl There were two dragons, and then. Now lgsgen gong . N lt is the hoPe Ol C 'rutunce Ol the Plo ot the greatest tu ggrgrruny ore those pup. ln a school suc .-errcudet. ltrery creative min .ter greater future. 1 .-errrroorrlit night the Below: A llPP5f Rt lliddel rt Bottom R 'I'-x 3 'v:. . . f '31 ,, tw ' "1 ,f-. l v: s Q 1 l Q l N tl ff . ' , X ll l U f .fit ' . i Y' a x X Q I r is X . Q 1 1 'I ig, - Q 4 'A ij! 1 Ay I ,ll hr ' if ,, . f i t r r 2 I Ki' , tv R. H I , 4 , l I fy 1' i 4 M ,Ft v A' V c f Lb f , N l t , -- 4 q t P'--Q' ij . g g ' H. A A if 1 lg 1 THE TALISIVIAN This year a new magazine was formed on campus. The purpose of this magazine is to stimulate creative efforts within the student body. The organization of the Talisman is broken down into nine departments. The Editor- in Chief is Robin Miller, Literature, Robert Birch, Fine Arts, Mike Potts, Poetry, Don Ross, Prose lFictionl, Ronald Colby, Prose lNon-Fictionl, Jeff Spangenberg, Art, Mike Mahan, Music, Fred Divel, and Photography, Allen Luce. Only one issue was put out this year, but it is hoped that next year there will be two issues and the following year four. "lt is the hope of our magazine," says Robin Miller, "to instill in every cadet the importance of the professional intellect and the businessman. Both have in common one of the greatest functions of the human mind - the ability to create. In today's society many are those who are parasites and many are those who go along with the group. ln a school such as ours, the importance of individualism must be instilled in every cadet. "Every creative mind that survives the damnation of the conformists is building an even greater future. And God only knows that with every twinkling star and with every moonlit night there is a future for the survival of mankind." Below: Allen Luce, Robert Birch, Robin Miller, Mike Mahan, and Don Ross. t'ves as Ronald Colby and Andrew Simpson watch Upper Right: Allen Luce looks over some nega I Middel Right: Mike Mahan and Richard Campf work on copy that needs to be re-written. Bottom Right: Mr. Pape, Advisor and Robin Miller, Editor-in-Chief. r' as i' X -.1 Mike Mahan president and Mr de Kenzer ad is Mark leaf, Bob Birch, Paul Krueger, Mike Mahan, Dennis Sigel, and Barry Alperin. ln its second year on campus the German Club was again active. The club, der Verein, had many activities, including trips to movies, dinners in German and American restaurants, correspondence with students in German, and slide-shows presented by its members. This year the club re-elected Mike Mahan as president, and Bob Birch as secretary-treasurer. The club was established to increase understanding of and interest in the German language among students studying German. The club meets weekly, each week, one of the members would put on the program for the meeting, thus earning the German Club ribbon. Many film and slides were shown at these meetings. Mr. de Keiizcr giving the German Club one of his fascinating lectures on German customs. i I, N. ld' WX i A Une ol the hordes' tiff Blue luckets. L?- fciding cadets, the c ldeliom the regec' :ed seamen os le- tdlluior Deon 5. Q l7'l llve luckels iw- l l i s ,V H Q ,tt 'it ul if-iffy FRONT ROW: Bill Black, Richard land, Paul Wright. jf" BACK ROW: William Erickson, Rob- ert Boetticher, Dwight Steftner, Mr deKeiizer, John Ratterre, John Lee NAVY BLUE JACKETS One of the hardest clubs to ioin at the Academy is the Navy Blue Jackets. Limited to a membership ot fifteen out- standing cadets, the club this year was ably led by John Lee. Aside from the regular membership, the club has two experi- enced seamen as honorary members: Mr. John L. deKeiizer and Maior Dean S. Collins. Usually one of the most active campus organizations, this year's Navy Blue Jackets had only one field trip. The guest of Commander K. M. Black and the U.S. Navy, the club had the experience of a one day cruise aboard the destroyer U.S.S. Boyd. The members observed gunnery practice and high speed runs, by having dinner with the ship's otticers. and ended the day Here the Navy Blue Jackets intently listen to one of Mr. deKeiizer's fascinating Q Mr. deKeiizer, Advisor and John Lee, President. Fitzgerald, Mike Gregg, Jeff Hy- SCIENCE CLU The purpose of the Academy chapter ofthe Science Clubs of America is to increase its members' knowledge of science and to stimulate an interest in science among the remainder ofthe Cadet Corps. To these ends, the club has been busy all year. On regular meeting nights, Thursday, the programs ranged from movies about sound, sun, blood, and other aspects of science, to programs presented by the members of the club in their own particular fields of interest. Under the direction of Richard, President ofthe club, Robin, Vice-president, Ken, Secretary-Treasurer, and Mr. Robert Wedgewood, the club advisor, other activities were organized. ln February, the club held its annual field trip, iourneying this time to Fish Creek in the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. Accompanied by Dr. Keith Wehrley of Oceanside, the members of the club spent two days enioying the beauty and wonders ofthe des- ert. Several programs and movies sponsored by the club were presented to the Cadet Corps in order to stimulate interest in science. BOTTOM ROW. Stephen Swingle, Phineas Spencer, Jack Larimer, Ted Johnson, Phil Scelig, Louis Kanter, James Clark. TOP ROW: Richard Ede, Robert Birch, Robin Miller, James Allcrdyce, Kenneth Nokes, Jeff Hyland, Glenn York, Barry Alperin, TOP RIGHT Kenneth Nokes, Secretary-Treasurer, Richard Edu, President, and Robin Miller, Vice-President, MIDDLE RIGHT: Jeff Hyland and Barry Alperin study a skull in science lob. , Nr e . 1' .' 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K .Liti- iii 'lil I ,lu ln, ' HIP- 1 :ll ilgtl.. '- .E .5-,TNQ- N N -it 'X 'YV IVICTHERS CLUB The Mother's Club, a vital artery of Academy lite, is supported by a group of some 300 mothers. They gather several times a year, setting dates and planning their annual variety show, faculty and patrons tea, luncheons, and other service activities. WN 1' sg 'W ' Q V. .,,, .,., ' s X vm , ff: - X . 4 Q 4 ? ,, f , , ,A s i ft, fi. ,, - .sf fy -11, g ,- Ways 4 yu M , 1 ggg,,74.,, i , I 59 '42, 2' 1 .,,,f-f t , s ' , 'X 'L 1 - , ,1.v,f,vz1i-0."sf ,Z if , s ' ftZ ' Zn amz, .. 44 .iff f' 41 i'it ,f f f E 1 i 0. X fix W ,cc . c -o-1, if J 0 xi' iilef HM ,MW Q54 5 '94 f' X X ,y 7 9 ,fl ,, i i J Q 'unify X Q ? , 9 . 2 Q f 1 ' 4 ff t Xl ,aw 72 .2 , f 8 4 Q , W f f ,FW fw' WI' f M 1 .1-, 7 7 w ,- V 1 . gr. ' I D I' f Q I I r I I I I M? "I'QEQ5r'qr- fly- C I3 Oufscnding Senior RICHARD H. FITZGERALD THIS PAGE IS SET ASIDE FOR THOSE CADETS, WHO, DURING THEIR YEARS AT THE ACADEMY, HAVE ESTABLISHED RECOGNITION NOT ONLY IN THE CLASSROOM BUT THROUGHOUT ALL THEIR ENDEAVORS. I I 'li ' A Vw,-..v.-asus,-vmM,,,, ,, ' ' 1 Asfgwg- fn,.f",-.ggr--W-wntrrv ,a..,.,,,,g. 1 ,.,,w, , ' -hz. 11.1,-.+..4.-r,gq A-:qs v ---wg-,LC .-ide?-"A M' Ll' l l 722' -4 f , - , l Y. ,V .k-1 , f 'gf .1 .3-3 .lf '- fini ,I L . . ,J 3 If - ,f-r. . fffw, l ' l 2 v,2::fff'.- ' -'H , I :'f'lg2'-'2Qi7J5g'iT2 ' T l llilljfalel -"- ' N ' I , lm 4'fff'5+Lg'l , 1 A l 'U-y, ' 1 fi' Y A35' ffl - :QM 'QF l .' l1l,:t,'1i'6l"" 1 1.'.2 I 'D ' 1 -,wr-l'.y'f .,'..uf ', , j if-52.1.5 5- ,',,l,Q.,A ,l "P '44 , .5-f't4,-sg 1 i!.Y4eQtl5' A 3 "' V' lf.-2 I f gsm. 2 ' l '1 , 'W 'f , , fW.:Zf'fh - ' 1 ill l"3':1 'fkjg . ,1ff,:,".,f+' fi, f r X' 'M 91 ' H . 'I-2',i':4,. x, LP 'f 4 A K", .ff I, F- M ,-ts-lf-111' y.. , , 3 . f 'Q :Wg 1 an xx . 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Dis- ciplinary, Personal Appearance, Science Club. ACTIVITIES -Adjutant 63, 645 Bowling 61, 62g Bridge Club 61, 62: Science Club 61: Warrlor 62-64. DESTINATION-Univen sity of Southern California. I 2 N1-f Q S. .g Q il .lip L JAMES ROBERT ALLERDYCE Jim Oceanside, California A conscientious student, Jim could well have served as a model for some of his less industri- ous classmates. His quiet determination and drive have never let down and never will. College will be the key to a bright future for Jim. ENTERED-September, 1958. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Personal Appearance, Science Club. ACTIVI- TIES-Science Club 63, 64. DESTINATION-California Polytechnic College at San Luis Obispo. g A f . fx rx fiifzzfv' ' 'MM' Igwl """ I ,R X x I ff f f If ' JOHN MARWN BANKS . - Russsu. JosEPH aARRios John Torrance, California Russ Santa Ana, California John joined the class of '64 as a junior. He imme- diately joined the band and shortly thereafter was acclaimed good enough for the Dance Band. He also played soccer. His sharp appearance and bright attitude on campus indicates a prosperous future. With a little self-confidence John will surely become successful in his eve endeavor ENTERED-February 1963 RIBB NS-Personal Appear ance Disciplinary Band ACTIVITIES Soccer Dance Band DESTINATION El Camino College Joining the class as a Senior, Russ went on to become one of the best-liked people on campus. Playing football or sweating over his studies he excelled in all he attempted. Russ' many friends will always benefit from their acquaintance with him. Best of luck in lndia, Russ. ENTERED-September 1963 RIBBONS-Banner Platoon Personal Appearance ACTIVITIES-Color Guard Varsity fogtball 64 DESTINATION Peace Corps-University of n ia .,,.. jvy. i ,- , k, I n i Q I li Asif? I f' 5'- ii L. ', gi. I. A Z : Tri. wie- .- . . A ,.:-Q I .,-g..,.t, .At '-if ri. . 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RIBBONS-Athletic, Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Military Excellence, Personal Ap- pearance. ACTIVITIES-Adiutant, Varsity Swimming. DES- TINATION-Washburn University. .ppt 3 I 'Y K ! K f LH milfs: TODD CLAY BRUNDAGE Todd Whittier, California Todd's constant smile survived the rigors of Varsity Football and surfing while his determination to get ahead brought him success in the academic field. For Todd, effort is a byword, so luck will have no influence on his future success. ENTERED-September, 1962. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Varsity Football 64. DESTINATION-Whitworth College. Ht rilffff l as 4- -.:.s-.cf - s -r' . ,if , 2 I 1 mf K 3 . ef 5 bag . ', J 5 ' Q A, i 'vii' K K, . S. ' i 1 MICHAEL LINDSAY BLECHYNDEN Mike Manila, Philippines Mike came to ANA with the determination to do the best in everything he did. He always managed to keep one step ahead of the Academic Depart- ment while playing golf, soccer, and baseball. Always a good guy, Mike will go far. ENTERED-September, 1959. AWARDS-Best Soccer Sportsman 61. RIBBONS-Academic Excellence and Su- periority, Disciplinary, Drill Platoon, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Lettermen's Club, Navy Blue Jackets. DES- TINATION-Menlo Business School. f, APR- Q: if . Ji, 3 f'-. U 0 l FRANCIS HERMAN CENCI Worm Fresno, California An everpresent smile and a carefree attitude char- acterize Herm wherever he goes. Although small enough to be a member of "The pygmy platoon," he not only participated successfully in soccer, track, and basketball, but also a three year mem- ber ofthe lettermen's club. Herm's many friends will miss him when he leaves, but they will never forget him. ENTERED-September, 1960. AWARDS-Most Valuable Soccer Player. RIBBONS-Disciplinary, Personal Appear- ance. ACTIVITIES-Adiutant Staff 63, 64: Varsity Soccer 62. 63: Lettermen's Club 62-645 Track 61-643 Basketball 61, 62. DESTINATION-University of the Pacific. 'Viz-. ,.e 1, l f U . i , . 4 nf 4 W 17' 'tr fl l. 1 F 1 M .- .ff:5'f5iff?i - i flax- l gin! " ' ,J ff fi 'l 54 + :pg Y . I. I l D. l l l 2 4 'i l f ii I E 4 ,I I' - ' 1 if l vii -3 i an .ff ' Z 5.1 2 . ,, , ..f. T I fe.. R iv-"u"'Lveg: - A, . wil l lhe l E I l l l l Tilippines C Enesco ba epan. Seball. it Socfer Ppfnd SU' ikerflmggg. I o, California ttitude char rough srnail ny platoon," r in soccer, i year rnerfi' iany frrendS ey will never Mast Valuable ?'2'rir'E3fZlf 5:4 Basketball 'uifrrf r I A3 QA., 4 Y ' lf: if JD' 5 i - bLI'l SlOWIy the wheels begin to turn . , . 'Li-N: L, 'N ". .. ' .L Y -fQf'x -L of S3-,-.. ,, ,. -41 ' TWV." . J :AJ B NG . u c1rY, YOU sold you'd pull il." Nfl .f I . NELSON FRNN Nos Dedication. detl humor charactl like. A good stu demic and Ml and calculating chosen field-l ENTERED-Seple lence and Superi sonal Appearanc men's Club 63, 6 1 N ROBER Rflbengo one of the of humor Bmon E :ld his flown EN WTS? ADPEQ' SNQQQFEEE il 1. .i i l , l l i i l l l . l I l i, it l ,, l -W .-am-J .wnwsfnwaah-MMM,-1.-.4. cv. -. - ff, "' I va... W.. "' " ,N if if . - alkali NELSON FRANK COCHRANE Nos Yuma, Arizona Dedication, determination, and eager, sincere good humor characterize the "Yuma" we all know and like. A good student, Nos also excelled in the Aca- demic and Military Departments. His quick wit and calculating mind are sure to help him in his chosen field-Math. ENTERED-September, 1960. RIBBONS-Academic Excel- lence and Superiority, Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Per- sonal Appearance. ACTIVITIES -- Soccer 61-63: Letter- men's Club 63, 64. DESTINATION-University of Arizona. I ' O l l l ip ROBERTO PABLO DE VALENCIA Roberto Bogota, Colombia One of the newest members of the class, Roberto nonetheless brought from Colombia a keen sense of humor and a winning personality. His devotion to principles, tempered by a ready wit, place him among the more popular members of the class. and his soccer abilities make him one of the best nown. ENTERED-January, 1963. AWARDS-Hall of Fame, Soc- cer 64. RIBBONS--Banner Platoon, Disciplinalga Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Lettermen's Club : Varsity Soccer 64. DESTINATION-University of the Pacific. w. ,I ,Q an ' I X x ., N- ...sm--Q.-may-urs. ,T ."" ' E tl lt , W I I 1" N A NICHOLAS CHEVALIER CUMMINGS Nick Woodside, California Nick assaulted the Academy armed with a quick wit, a sense of humor, and a disarming "Tabby- Cat" grin. Since he had only slight trouble with academics, a lot of his free time was taken up with extra-curricular activities, notably a certain femme, Jenny. Not one to remain a bachelor, only time will reveal his future plans. ENTERED-September, 1962. AWARDS-All League, Swim- ming. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Choir, Disciplinary, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Basketball 63, 64: Football 64: Swimming 63, 64: Lettermen's Club. DESTI- NATION-University of Indiana. nf' wf, Q. , ,, .. . . " xi. 1 W, , . 53 2 42' if .f . ,pg fp , I X r 1 K DAVID McLAlN DUTTENHOFER Buns Laguna Beach, California David carriesia lot of weight around his campus. His outstanding leadership qualities have been rewarded by his "pro"motion. Wherever Buns goes he leaves an impression. He has a heart as big as all outdoors and a "bod" to match. ENTERED-September, 1960.- AWARDS-Honorable Men- tion, All League 64: Quill and Scroll. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Drill Platoon, Military Excellence, Personal Ap- pearance. ACTIVTIES-Adiutant 62-64: Varsity Football 61-64: Lettermen's Club 61-64: Student Council 63. DES- TINATION-University of Colorado. i 'AT I 1 - A' 1 I-iff fm A o I 3 ' Q, Q A ,M . I ' I Q.. W I A f 1' Q, r 25 I 'I ' l .f u ' a ATA iii 5' mu ,I RICHARD CHARLES EDE - . BRIAN CROSBY EDWARDS . I - Rich Carlsbad, California Brian Beverly Hills, California Success is a byword for Richard. He has constantly led the class in academics, and his efforts in sports have produced excellent results. A leader in cam- pus organizations and in military life, he has gained the respect and admiration of his class- mates. Richard's intellect insures his success, his sincerity insures him happiness. ENTERED-September, 1958. AWARDS-Silver "A," Schol- arship. RIBBONS-Academic Excellence 81 Superiority, Science Club. ACTIVITIES-Adjutant, 61-64g Forensics, 61-64: Honor Council, 647 Lettermen's Club, 64: Masque and Wig, 64, Thespians, 645 Quill and Scroll, 63, 64: Science Club, 61-645 Varsity Football, 645 Warrior, 60-64. DESTINATION-Pomona Co lege. l L ,I lg. JOSEPH MICHAEL FINNIGAN Finny Vista, California A likable guy with a "no sweat" attitude, Joe will long be remembered for his sense of humor. His readiness with a joke never wavered, and we all have come to realize that this fact, coupled with a tremendous interest in anything and everything, will open the door of success to almost any endeavor in the years to come. ENTERED-September, 1962. RIBBONS-Academic Excel- lence, Dlsclpllnary, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES- Football, 62-647 Track, 63, 64. DESTINATION-Notre Dame A product of Beverly Hills, Brian has done much in his years at ANA to show us how a person can truly be outstanding just being himself. We are all betting that his winning personality is going to carry him on to a still brighter future in the years to come. ENTERED-September, 1961. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Drill Platoon, Personal Appearance. ACTIV- ITIES-Adjutant, 645 Varsity Track, 63, 64. DESTINATION -University of Redlands. ...Q . ,, W NX K l , my "- j L-lil' I . Q! , , 254 fi 'LGF 1 RICHARD HENRY FITZGERALD Fitz Vista, California A scholar, a soldier, and a gentleman in the best tradition of the Academy, this highly principled and singularly sincere individual from Vista will be well remembered for his genuineness and integ- rity. Dick, who would be both stimulating with an acute intellectual alertness, and happy-go-lucky with his inimitable supply of wit, has won the admiration of all. ENTERED-September, 1958. AWARDS--Americanism, 635 Decker Dennis Cup Superior Cadet Award RIBBONS- Academic Excellence 8. Superiority Banner Platoon Disciplinary Masque and Wig Navy Blueiackets Foren sics Thespians ACTIVITIES-Lettermens Club 6164 Rifle Team Varsity Football 63 64 DESTINATION Vanderbilt University lh ell b scho0l'S 1-U I ' r . . . . . - I, ' v r r I ' I , . Il . ' - . ' I Q . I . . I 1 - - I. . lg ii ii 'i i I --...-...---.-M , . - -,..a.4..4--.4-aan.. -Q gee.--..-.. .,--.--.-..-..--,.-....n.........-,-,--,...-e- --v-.. --Q. .,-a...,--. -- .-.,,.,- ...-.n...-. ,...-..- ----.....,.. -. .... , - , - -. - . .. .- 544, ' - -' .f aiiforma E Somuch 9 an can 10' re all 2 mg To V e years r piato HNACTWZ ATION Ng 'Ph , California fi the best principled istn will be and integ' ng with an my-goiucfi s won tif ummm. 533 RIBBON? in PWf'i mm. FW Club. Wi imuiiioiif K ROBERTO GAF Gordo During his for made use of 1 ever, no matte had time for 2 A fine student always be remt ces in future ENTERED-Sept: Disciplinary, Drii Appearance. ACi Soccer Team 62' City. t! Rug V RQUEER GODII Rod - Igfthe C0nti TE tairngeid ags in fumes- bell, aidhits E3mEREn ankemsi nap -Amman-umm ya.-...iusme-3...-ei-.,--fem-1-I -. .-1, -, ,M ' A Wf""iH "' fl I ,gikzzfz ROBERTO GARCIA Gordo Tijuana, Mexico During his four years at the Academy, Roberto made use of every spare moment he had. How- ever, no matter how hard he worked, Gordo always had time for a cheerful smile and friendly word. A fine student, athlete and companion,Gordo will always be remembered and will certainly gain suc- ces in future efforts. ENTERED-September, 1960. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Drill Platoon, Military Excellence, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Manager, Varsity Baseball 62: ggtccer Team 62-64. DESTINATION-University of Mexico i y. . ,, QL ' A xr t. A K 4,53 F G , X 'Oy 'fr ' ' - .--eranu-.4 I , gr: g I , N GREGG GEISSLER Stub Pacific Palisades, California Greg entered the Academy in 1962. He immedi- ately joined the Varsity Football team, and his short but powerful figure saw many a Warrior game. He also played baseball and was just as good as he was at football. His friends on campus will agree, Gregg's flamboyant attitude will help him to a successful future. ENTERED-September. 1962. niasous-Persona: Appear. Snce',t LEttet1,mnn'Z3Cu1b, Banner Platoon. ACTIVITIES- afsly 00 2 : ars't B b Il 64' Ad t . DES- TINATION-University of kazaa? a ' ' lu am l 'S f X , i ,. g 6 t Q 'S A , Vi A' ' ix' - W ri'i 'A ""' i ' " .4 y f' Z . Q ig S5 ROGER 'GODDARD Rodg Huntington Beach, California Rodg is the leading merry-maker, having the rare talent 'of making life appear to be a gigantic party. A confirmed bachelor, but an ardent admirerer of the fair sex, his pursuit of wine, women, and song was dampened by a constant struggle with ac- ademics. "Body Beautiful" asks for very little be- fore he hits the waves - a board, a broad, a bar- bell, and a full-length mirror. ENTERED-September, 1962. AWARDS-All-League Track 63. RIBBONS-Academic Excellence, Personal Agrear- ance. ACTIVITIES-Basketball 64:.Track 63-64. DE INA- TION-California Western University. - 1 ALAN TOWNLY GREGG AI St. Michaels, Maryland Academics and music have dominated Alan's days at the Academy. He contributed greatly to the dance band, playing first trombone. Yet he still found time for soccer and yearbook membership. In 1963 he was named best sportsman of the soccer squad. He and the boys in Cottage "A" have shared many good times and will have many good memories. ENTERED-September, 1959. AWARDS-Best Soccer Sportsman: Chief Musician, 63, 64: Most Improved Instru- mental Section 59, 60: Outstanding Soccer performer, 63. RIBBONS-Band, Marksmanship, Personal Agpearance. ACTIVITIES-Band and Dance Band 61-64: and Man- ager 61-64: Combo 61-64: Soccer 62-64. DESTINATION- University of the South. 'X as rfssfisi W wx.-g.,Q:,, 'f 2 T' 53 SS K--sw F f 1 V . Q . 'V F , ' fl F BRIAN ELLSWORTH GRIDLEY Grid Hillsborough, California Whether digging holes on the beach, giving orders, or working on an Adjutant project, Brian accom- plishes whatever he attempts because of his re- lentless effort. One of those few natural leaders, Grid can command obedience with respect. His excursion to San Diego to contact Sen. Goldwater and his sensual desire for food will long be re- membered by his friends. Hard Iuck and bad times always. ENTERED-September 1961. RIBBONS-Academic Excel- lence 8- Superlority, Banner Platoon, Disclpllna , Drill Platoon, Marksman, Military Excellence, Personal lx pear- ance. ACTIVITIES-Adjutant, 64. DESTINATION-Lrniven sity of Califomla at Santa Barbara. 'f',ff'2"fI-'i , " 1,i'i'?lr-92.1.1-. I I sa ' 'VH fwtsfffa iw-3 in x, Q9 I .- Q , l i .55 CX if 1' 4 ,'ix. I . ,f s Q. ' l .-Sgr 'SPY' ,. . Wie, " 1, .LW , 5 MM. ,xl . it -. -2 . ,nf-QPU.. ,r . wa. -'l 1 ,,,""'wn 1 4 "A -fl A 9 W ' it L4 N 4.1 , N 195+-1' 1 Lf I .rw J is J Y M 'N Y 1, X ' 1 'J' Uglfzwg 4,51 Vw' l 94 F 1 'Q ji -S1 4 X' , I 'iffgfsql . -'gf' H will fe A f . si W - 35-iq.. , 3 ,Q Q 1 X 4 i 5 'ar Q-gt.. M942 hwy-, '2' -fiwifisf-1f.ii1?a,1 ff?-.M'?wZEmSl ,. 1' iyfgfwfw-2 wi . uf wqj-fm-mb' sh? a.iLgM:g,g5 41 1 0.14116 'W lffi1f.fg,,'q4g at 5 145-'V lf. ,nal-hi.. ' 2313953 - 'Q , -ww-fi V' .wfszf am -if ' , f i?Cs:'p1?,q-:1w,i I ,J,wc?.? !JML'?-f3fi5ff'63?.W'lo'Ji ,1 vw ew-mama'-2,-W.J , ?1"35ilt'i2Aff"J'?9'f vw , of 4 K .-f",y 3 . Liiwimn' CLARK JOSEPH GUILD Ill - Joe ' Reno, Nevada Joe came to the. Academy with an eye for the la- dies and an uninhibited sense of humor, which combined to make his stay more pleasure than pain. Whether in the water or on the ski slopes, Joe does everything with the enthusiam and drive which will make all obstacles ahead small ones for him. BNTERED-September, 1961. AWARDS-Best Vocal Sec- tion 63: RIBBONS-Academic Excellence, Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Personal Ap earance. ACTIVITIES-Choir, 61-63: Lettermen's Club 65-64: Masque and Wi 62-64: Varsity Swimminrg 62-645 Thespian 63, 64. DESTSVATION -University of evada. 52.1 7-i Q fi , im, ,, f Wav , igfgr,M,L ,, . :,s5g,.g-,xy .- . g.g,'.fi,sx- egg ' 1 f f Qi, - W.. ,,,, , . D ' 4 1' 5 - Y'.,l5."V ' f ' , .4 , ,, 'f -.' k ,534 :Lf ' . J ' . ' , 1 . f " ' 4 X .,,, - , ,gy , A his .- I , h -- H J . , ,qi ' : x, . W l , - 1 . Q DARWIN CRAIG HANSEN Dar Stockholm, S. Dakota Always having a cheerful smile, Dar has made many lasting friends at the Academy. His many years on the band show his talents. With a win- ning personality like his, Dar cannot help but make friends wherever he goes. ENTERED-SEPTEMBER, 1960. RIBBONS-Band, Disci- plinary, Personal Apgearance. ACTIVITIES-Band 61, 64: Dance Bank 61-64. D STINATION-University of California at Santa Barbara. its PANL BRIAN HAUGHT Hot Sacramento, California Paul joined the class as a junior and immediately made many friends. An easy-going guy, he kept his casual attitude right on through his senior year. Whether reporting for the Warrior, or chasing his cat across North Court, Paul will remain in our memories for many years to come. ENTERED-November, 1962. RIBBONS-Personal Appear- a?1tE.ACTIyITIES-Warrlor 64. DESTINATION-University o a i ornia. W , ,K L IJ 1 evada 18 Ia. Nhich than opes, drive ones I Sec- atoon, -Choir, 62-64, ATION r. lifornia gdiately 9 Kept SQUID' zhasiflg elf' Mum 'fl-Fila! and held S.. XQ T X ,N fff, f X f 'lx i 'Vx Lxk "Gary, it's June 3!" Standards must be set, W, .ffuifw X ,N x, , Qi Ss ww Q-8 If's "fugitive" night. The seasons bring their harvest. . . X "I goi it with box tops." ' -ad" HIP-' , 4 iii ,L rfMK I f , I mf 1 me DAWU 'mc' :Ze lzbicki is bless iii humor.. His and his high' therespmo ,. . Schggl "slaves ' for Mina's food. G01 zminso-Sevffffw' sonzl AQP'3"n"'Dt-SCT My Wamdr 5254- 11 X K 2 35nEGPH1LUp JA . ng!-- ,- , A Ever gmc wand ex-- X , IUMN lackagfz ban ENN is Q' rm COUQ E-N. I ' En hi - : . -sg . -..- - - Eygmfls w U ' .. .J ' Q 1. ' , he AQQg,DiSeipEQEEW 'Gu . 74 "Lunch cz! Minds" 'D A 164 D STlhe+gE,N .. -fn " 1 " 9 mow L.. ' I ' ui ' xx ,, as S W amwmmwanmuuaamavn-wean-Q-N. ec.-we...,f., . . I f- VU fa 5 f ' S 1 'x .fx- iii? ,,avi---, .. fl 4 -'. lm if fi "" .1 '-.,,..--i- MIKE DAVID IZBICKI Izzy Arcadia, California Mike lzbicki is blessed with an unparalleled sense of humor. His unselfish devotion to his friends and his high regard for fairness have won him the respect of his classmates. Certainly his Junior School "slaves" will never forget lzzy's passion for Mina's food. Good luck to a real friend. ENTERED-September, 1959. RIBBONS-Disciplinary, Per- sonal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Bowling 62, Adjutant 63- 64: Warrior 62-64. DESTINATION-Menlo Men s ollege. -,K , 'A' . 5-A., RICHARD RONALD IZBICKI Little Izzy Arcadia, California Little Izzy has finally triumphed in his struggle with the Academic Department and still managed life with an effortless gait. lzzy has gained the friendship of many cadets. His ability to fit in will insure his success in future ventures. ENTERED-September, 1960. AWARDS-Quill and Scroll, 63. RIBBONS-Personal Appearance, Academic, Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Science. ACTIVITIES-Adjutant, 64: Drudge Clubg Bowling, 62, 63, Science Club, Trackg War- ?or,. 62-64. DESTINATION-University of Southern Cali- orma. l , I , ...v ., 1 : . vs t , pg , -,,n,, ' ff 'K N ,W , ,Q ' 3, W If 18 kj, X. SX ' i ir,g y - I l 0 GREG PHILLIP JACKSON Sam South Pasadena, California Ever since the first day Sam has been working hard and excelling, but you'd never know it to see him. His lackadaisical atmosphere makes Greg a jovial fellow to all. ,His achievements on a basket- ball court and a surfboard show what he can do when he sets himself to a task. ENTERED--January, 1962. RIBBONS-Personal Appear- ance, Disciplinary, Academic Excellence 81 Superiority. ACTIVITIES-Lettermen's Club, Adjutant, 64: Drill Platoon, 63, 64. 'DESTINATION-University of Colorado. ' . X' THEODORE WILBER JOHNSON Ted Vista, California A quiet, steady type, Ted has the determination to do an excellent job of everything he does. A good student, he should have little trouble ad- justing to the college work load. Good luck with the Indians, Ted. ENTERED-September, 1961. RIBBONS-Band, Discgplin- ary, Personal Appearance, Science Club. ACTIVITI S- Band, Science Club. DESTINATION-Stanford University. i 75 M- "Om v 3.7 f4. n 4-A ,X wt gwwmh Dick buries the bone. f00 SOOI1 to Hwy r f -"S LEON WON M lonl em the 1 Egglifriiiints CW? good student, he SOCCEF, golf' and nine camPU5 Org? lilly of a very if one of our bei ElllERED-Sqlifffnif and Scroll! Silver I nsuperionty, Banner ACTIVITIES-AUTUUW DHSS aVVay. . . ' " "' "" ' " ' I ,4 Club: MGSGUC and W" nis Team. DESTlNA'H "Yes, this is the idiot platoon." A ' r 2 'fr f ,j -he ' 11 , z V , ' ' ffm ,f ng, ,gwgq 1 f H ' - f - V- hz,-,,, , , , ,- ,- - fy . ' X., ,f cw Qz.Q-guy? 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H hu I M f m X fr' f"if'fi , Z X .,. ,QM i ' '7'l.!tT'i ' A -wig, -f iss- .A 'I N ' X 3' f'jxy4't'l' gh m iv L JL' I "i ,. , ..,. -, lf -4- nf " i - ..tt5f...5,- ,, . - -up .ln ii, -ut. LEON ANTON JONKER VAN JOHN JOYCE Q Tony Oceanside, California Vee Jay Phoenix, Arizona Van came to ANA with his rifle in one hand and ellence in the Academic Military and Athletic Exc , , departments characterize Tony Jonker. Always a good student, he built'himself into an excellent soccer, golf, and tennis player. Membership in nine campus organizations testifies to the versa- tility of a very talented person. Occidental gets one of our best. ENTERED-September, 1958. AWARDS-Forensics, Quill and Scroll, Silver "A." RIBBONS-Academic Excellence ' D' ' l' , Drill Platoon 8: Superlority, Banner Platoon, iscip mary . ACTIVITIES-Adjutant Sta : Golf 63, 64: Lettermen's Club: Masque and Wig: Science Club: Soccer 63, 64: Ten- nis Team. DESTINATION-Occidental College. Goldwater buttons in the other. After a slow first year, he came back to place third in the class. Aside from adademics, Van will always be remem- bered as the "super-squirrel," a sort of unofficial military rating. Living up to his reputation. V.J. won the N.D.C.C. rifle championship in 1963. Best of luck with the wahines. ENTERED-September, 1962., AWARDS-Silver "A," Quill and Scroll, Most Proficient Marksman 61. RIBBONS- Academic Excellence. ACTIVITIES-Adiutant, 64: Warrior, 63: Masque and Wig: Navy Blue Jackets. DESTINATION- University of Hawaii. zzii we , .. ,f . E .,,,,xk . V ...w--'--yn' 1 1 l I - 4 X A J' . 1.1 un g 1, me MICHAEL KANZEE p Mike Greenbrae, California A steady student, Mike had little trouble in ad- 'justing to the Academy. His friends will always remember him as one who was never effected by the worst of situations. With a little work Mike will attain whatever goals he sets. ENTERED-September, 1962. RIBBONS-Academic Excel- Ience, Banner Platoon, Band, Disciplinary, Personal Ap- pearance. DESTINATION-College of Marin. '15-'si Qs is f 1 " W., . . -Nagy' . 1 H STEVE ELMER KATZMANN Chin Las Vegas, Nevada From the silver and green Cbackj, slotmachinelin- fested state came a person who will always be im- itated and never forgotten-"Chin." His warm smile, quick wit, and native charm were at their best whenever things were at their worst. Success and lasting friendship will not elude Steve. ENTERED-September, 1961.-AWARDS-silver HA." RIB- BONS-Academic Excellence 8: Superiority, Banner Pla- toon, Disciplinary, Drill Platoon, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Basketball Manager, 64: Honor Council, 64: Lettermen's Club: Adiutant: Varsity Baseball, 64: Varsity Football, 64. DESTINATION-University of Califomia at Los Angeles. l l ,,,. Q ., , 77 A Q A Q. Nast, Ns..-e .fJ'?fQ"" 'k'L?"'-'1f'!7:x" f--Sf.s's- gf--fs1'sVf.. .qs bf GARY ALAN LEE D EI Monte Cathedral City, California If effort determines success, then Gary's associa- tion with the Academy was very successful indeed. Not an outstanding student, he managed to keep ahead of the Academic Department while playing two years of championship soccer. Wherever he goes, Gary will make friends. ENTERED--September, 1961. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Adjutant, 64: Baseball, 617 Bowling, 63: Soccer, 61-63. DESTINA- TION-United States Navy. ., rig . , 4 iv l A' V AN l i x D' I Q -'Q agar-, 5 Y CHRIS ALLAN LIND Skinny Lind San Bernadino, California Whether playing soccer or golf, the skinny one could only be described as enthusiastic. The Bain Hall Apartments have housed some nice guys, but none nicer than Chris. Best of luck at Whittier and wherever you go after that. ENTERED- September, 1960. AWARDS - Academic lm- provement. RIBBONS-Disciplinary, Personal Appearance, Banner Platoon. ACTIVITIES-Soccer, 63, 64g Golf, 63, 64 DESTINATION-Whittier College. r S 2,19 JAMES MENDOTA LEwis ' Louie San Clemente, California Jim joined us as a junior and soon became one of the best-liked guys in the class. His easy-going attitude will make friends for him wherever he goes. In track, Jim won medals in the '63 league finals. Best of luck at Washington, Jim. ENTERED-September, 1962. AWARDS-Track medals for El Centro and League Finals. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Adjutant, Lettermen's Club, Track, 63, 64. DESTINATION-Univer- sity of Washington. O YA" -af , if 5 STEPHEN EDWIN LUCAS 1 , Bone Chula Vista, California Steve's academic achievements have been num- erous, but an aversion to excessive effort haS qualified him for membership on the under-work ed, over-staffed Armory Crew. Steve's sarcastic wit has not endeared him to the Tactical Staff, but If has kept him in the center of C.Q. bull-sessions? college is likely to find him there, too. ENTERED-September, 1958. AWARDS-Quill and Scroll- Make-up and Photography Award, 63. RIBBONS-ACB' demic' Excellence 8. Superiority, Banner Platoon. ACTIV- ITIES-Adiutant, 61-64: Tennis, 61-643 Letterm-en's-Club, 62-64: Basketball, 63, 64. DESTINATION-University of Southern California. ,,.and 1 marche 1 s ! n wia VIE HE he UE fOr Jn' ni, Er. L" Jrnia Tlurfl' has work- c wit nut it ions: WWII: - Aol- scTIV' Club. ny ol 'BX -Q wr-, 's 'I -L."v 3 N .L X. , f' in 14. 'xgf r .f"X 's-I 1' xl.. sf'--' .Q . l x ' M a . , xx. L-4 . + I I If I I Q . I . X -1 .,,.,.I"" K, xx N , . 'L 'fav . N 1' - 5 N. . , - 'K . , -f f . .X iff . N515-N, . . , V X v .. U X . - v M .K X : I - 'fi' I" Y - fn ' rv 6 -.--Q---wg-, ffm-, . 'x sg' E7 Q3 ,,,,.- .a,' So Q if Aff 4, Wwfwzl fr I ff I W ffm , ,fwm , , ,, f,,f 4 MW: , ' f .pe 7'-3' ,f ,' new f" x '1 RONALD LEONARD NEVARES Taco Carlsbad, California "Taco" is never hard to find. Just look for the most wiped-out, faded blue Chevy behind Cottage "A" and there will be none other than the incom- parable "Taco Gobbler" himself. Ron, as a ban-d officer, plays the saxophone and occasionally his bass voice warbles out a few notes as he attempts to sing. Ron, we wish you all the luck in the world in later life. ENTERED-September, 1960. RIBBONS-Academic Excel- lence, Band Excellence, Disciplinary, Personal Appear- ance, ACTIVITIES-Band, 60-64: Combo, 61-64: Dance Band Manager: Soccer, 62, 63. DESTINATION-Naval School of Music. af 4- , . 1 L N.. . ' '. f. I" 4 sr 'Y' 2. l 5 i . i I -S A l' 5' I ff - n -T. JONATHAN MACCAULEY NIELSON on Whittier, California Excellence as an athlete, scholar, and officer, characterizes Jon's three years with AN A. All- league football player and track man, he was one of the best all-around athletes in the class. Jon's immense popularity will follow him wherever he goes. ENTERED-September, 1961. AWARDS-All-League Foot. ball and Track, Football and Track Captain, Honor Coun- cil Secretary, Student Council Secretary, Junior Class Sgt.-at-Arms, Senior Class Secretary. RIBBONS-Academic Excellence, Marksmanship, Military Excellence. ACTIV- lTlEkAdjutant, 63, 64: Choraleers, 61, 62: Lettermen's Club, 61-64: Track, 61-64: Football, 61-64. DESTINATION -Stanford University. DENNIS E. NEWMAN Denny Monrovia, California Since Dennis joined the outfit in '61 he has contin- ually been on the upsurge in everything he has attempted. His warmth and unassuming person- ality enables Denny to make friends quickly. So, don't sell him short. Remember, it's-the quiet ones with the glasses you have to watch out for. Best of everything, Dennis. ENTERED-September, 1961. RIBBONS-Academic Excel- lence, Band, Disciwinary, Personal Appearance. DESTINA- TION-California estern University. W-M RONALD ROBERT NOEHREN I Ron Fighting an ever-present battle with the Academic Department, Ron staged many great comebacks in his grades. When not soaking up the rays, RON could be found adding to everyone's enjoyment of life by bringing a smile to even the coldest of hearts. With his personality, he can't miss. ENTERED-September, 1962. RIBBONS-Personal APPEN- ance. DESTINATION-El Camino College. ii S 1 i .M A .s-44u.w.,gr,.Mqq5,-.y,a.w4.4summ:wfw.x.wel ., ,JL - Mrk 's7ilk.nLf1l.l,'aQ..L11-V559 FP: 5 awuebsasa K l -,rf i f ,g ,J li's cz miragel If NN--.3 renewed vlgorv revived Af k determination , . Z 'Q 1, ii 4, i 4 J iff' Q -E., V -,-, ,,M. if "-, JA-35 'I Q W , - it 2 rc, z hr 'fk'ab' Ib' -, l-Y 'rg F ""' L and refreshed hope, Buf Fatty, you shined them lost month! Q Ji .1, , '1 13 1 1:2 1 1 h 1 fi 1 1 1 4 1, 1 1 1 S I 1 1 1 4 1 if WI 3 hh n 1 ff 3 K 5 A 2f" 4, 5gljto31T1geI55 'VN ,JV "Gentlemen " 'Obs Fshveg I V . . . ay 51: Z. 1 ISC T in 1 - I during 91195, 111 each day passes brlnglng a week, img? 'Q 1 1 25112131921 ' ' fciepce Club, 0m13. ? 1 'I 1 -, ,I I I '1 1, each week brmglng a month. . . 1 1. Q! ' '1 if ' I 2 1 ..'4-f ' ffm,-U 1 1 X 1 I 4 1 11 1 i1 l I' I ' 1 1 1 ex UI! 1 j 5 1 in M' . X' 54 i STUA Pete RT 1, Peters is dab' Stud hoafdel-I V In Awardlr f members .Yit- 'W his V ENTERES Q month. R' Qppeafan Wh' C Alabama: a 5115..- ' .sf 1 is I omi.wa.o--nw-.......t,., . . .,f-AML ..,,,i, .. u..,,-1. , ,. Wh." . ,, N TT: . , IZ J.. . .4 x ,1 fx '1- cw . ', K ? ' rf., 1,73 Wmciswi .-1-:er , -. ff ln' , is-X Q f -1 - 3. ' . ...Ss il.. : 4 n Q 'lc T' I .I-ff 'I' KENNETH CLIFFORD NOKES BRUCE BRADLEY PAQUETTE Pack Rat Hermosa Beach, California Vista, California Ken came to the academy with a magnanimous spirit and the ability to do simultaneously as many jobs as he had fingers and toes. Though con- genial, he never lost touch with his ideals. This serious lad, the picture of efficiency, works hard during every working hour. He is destined for suc- cess in all endeavors. Ken ENTERED-September, 1961. AWARDS-Spelling Contest, 62, 63. RIBBONS-Academic Excellence 8- Superiority, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Choraleers, 63, 64: Science Club, 61-64. DESTINATION-University of Cali- fornia. Bruce, Soft-spoken, yet always listened to, was Hermosa's contribution to A. N.A.'s army. As a member of the armory crew he held a lot of prom- ise. But in the field of Academics, he was in the lower stratum which formed the foundation of the class. Those .of us who lived with "the Voice" will remember his dim wit and value his reliable friendship. ENTERED-September, 1960. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Drill Platoon, Personal Appearance. ACTIV- ITIES-Adiutant, Tennis, 62: Warrior. DESTINATION- California Western University. i isyx, -Q - -" .. V ,- Q .. a Qu-A -,,...,,. I -of .MW ' STUART M. PE-I-ERS RQBERT JAMES PHILBROOK D 1 Pete Los Angeles, California Philpot Eureka, California l l '1L.4.'.- 4 F Peters is a "part time cadet." He'is not quite a day student, but then again he is not quite a boarder. With him, school seems to be a neglected hobby. ln fact, he got the "Driver of the Year Award" from Continental Trailways. But he is a member of the "Grand Council" and well accepted in his group. . ENTERED-september, 1961. AWARDS-N.C.0. of the month. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Personal Appearance, Military Excellence. ACTIVITIES-Drill Pla- toon, 62, 63g Adjutant, 64. DESTINATION-University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. YZ3f-iff, ., ..,. ,,,,.,,3.,,,. lifffi t.t'1TI4'. ' sgeg- Q3 X 5.-arf f.t,f.5,.t.,, ,VW , , FQ.,-..,......1k. --s.w.'.,f af- . ggjg x,5.g,e,, t ,Joining the class .in his freshman year, Phil has had a truly diversified career at A.N.A. A man of many talents, he has tremendous potential. With a little luck and a lot of willpower, Phil will surely make his mark in the world. Good luck as a I swabby. ENTERED - September, 1960. RIBBONS- Band, Banner B 'd Club Platoon, Personal Appearance. ACTlVITlES- ri ge : - Ch s Club, 61 Choir, 62-64- Choral- Canasta Club, 64, e s g , eers: Forensics, 627 Soccer, 63, 64. DESTINATION- United States Navy. 5"f-fazififlr-'-"'i'fWaf ir., 4,L".lw i r , i -1. .:.:.,5--,, "4 gr .,,.t- ,, 1,1 Cr , Ag, -"p-4-.hu-sup... ,ssg-,5-,,, -, - - n A., 4 ' - 0 ' V " '-M 10' ' - .- . .- - - , X . - - ., . ' ' .ff-V -- 'W .48-rv' -fw fv-.-4. it , - - M .A avr 'bvff-.:r'f...f,.....Q,r ' ' V 1 . -,T " k L 'W' 1 kf F' ' "-""' - -fr ' , - F --Q-17:-A-, . 1 , + i t - - . 'R Q1 -K ,Q44f. v . L N fi-H ml" . .lik ,-N, - A R - N.. -- --- 5 L - 3' ' i , - . - ., , N ' s ' .. ,-. , , ..-1 - ,V - i- M t V, -. . ., . 41:-as . " ' t - " ' Q ',,,,..:-5 i, f X b .T A , . A .-ww-44-lr-0nq.QeQ f' " v-9 aw -Y-. g-, - " 'k"-'-"' va., fy" ' , .' , --g:r...ei 'Ark-be - -,t , , ,gp f 1, nu. Q.. 41'T-nv5i!16'i,..Qf , Q ,ar 341.54 .. " . " -, 'Q' I " -fi,-4:23 -- 5-3:1-f 'Az' -' . ' X 1- '- fl- ...3 . 53' A+-i Q. j ... 4. ',:,r4x!hu-n-bjj'f-,x- ' 1.5. . m W . :Q-P atfwf, fi we WILLIAM CF I I Pinky . . . soon sprung arrlves, imggt u hggaIwayS athletic tear this HW whether in i fqfmiSChtE1 porate a Iii routine. ENTERED-S1 Ience 81 SUPE Adiutant Staft - tfhfmiff' awakening all to the beauties of nature.. and the beach, "Don't Iorqet to sweep the qrossf' w.. . , I l , 7 I - I fi iiwf' J :vnu -1-s-ur-'M !f"""11 A I Q I ' A 1 e pi A ,H , v A .W gf: e ,Qi 1 ef MICHAEL go -J h, Uflcle if-f t Mi .J 1 lm ' A ld ' I ', , " ' X talents. h I Q I f ' wgafa bi hw i Jr- I WS they N . H . ., MN' ' awaken i "' --f' eg N . it anew bi ?f A 1 "" c mute! 'KV' ENTE W Rtsgisig an Pmzxlahg g .app in 'ev state ff? fi , Qfliiir f"' A . A - 1' . 1 . '- . 4,34 - A . is .r 1 , W Q s .dx hr -gli 1- l ,. W, 1 - I fi i l I X f mf I 1' WILLIAM CROSSLAND PICKFORD I H RQBERT BATEMAN PQAGE Picky Santa Ana, California poge Coronado' California Bill has shown himself to be a well-rounded indi- vidual during his four years at the Academy. He has always been a strong asset to the school's athletic teams and stands high academically. One thing about Bill, he always enjoys a good party whether in his own room or in town. Always one for mischief, "Piggie" has never failed to incor- porate a little fun and enjoyment into the daily routine. -ENTERED-September, 1960. RIBBONS-Academic Excel- lence 81 Superiority, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES- Adjutant Staff, Varsity Baseball, Basketball, and Football, Lettermen's Club, Most Valuable Player-Baseball, 635 Warrior Staff. DESTINATION-University of Colorado. Bob is a person who is always ready to greet you with a smile and a friendly conversation. During his two years at the Academy, he has constantly been an excellent participant in athletics. His best sport has been football where he has been one of the top performers. This is the man to watch in the future. Good luck! ENTERED-September, 1962. AWARDS-Quill and Scroll. RIBBONS-Academic Excellence 81 Superiority, Banner Platoon, Disczplinary, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES- Adiutant Staf, Football, Baseball, Warrior Staff. DESTIN- ATION-Naval Academy. X.. YX ix' ' ip' Q O - i - if l I 1 'spy '4 x . t 1. g EAI' I 'ix I 5.10. ' X.. I . r ' 4 1 ', ,. J .haul rt' I 4 ' In.f x I .IFI MICHAEL WARDPOTTS Uncle Willie Freud Brentwood, California Michael came to ANA bringing with him various talents. He became a folk-singer fthe only one to wear a beretj with a voice worse than Bob Dylan's this idoll. But to him a song must be sung to awaken the world, which will be shocked to find a new breed of folk-singer like Michael Potts. Be sure to check your local record stand in the near future! ENTERED-September, 1960. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon. Disciplinary, Military Excellence, Marksmanship, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Warrior, Adiutant, Choir, Drill Platoon, Color Guard. DESTINATION-San Fernando Val- ley State College. 2 u . A ..k, H, CHARLES DOUGLAS RALPHS Bot Gorman, California No need to dwell on the athletic ability of the "'Bot." He seemed always to have high hopes and the fact that he often attained them indicated his drive and ability. "Bot's" many friends know him as that rare type of individual on whom no one can frown for long. ENTERED-September, 1959. AWARDS-Captain Football Team, 63, Most Valuable Player, 61: Class Sergeant-at- Arms, Lettermen's Club Sergeant-at-Arms, Silver "A." RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Marksmanship, Disciplinary, Drill Platoon, Military Excellence. DESTINATION-San Jose State College. 'l' wi"3 'fr A ,3j.:,5 ' OG . v .F u f - .. . l "W 'y r .1 ,f , WX X X! g .b cf.. 4 , 5 ' 'l .A L 'gt , """ riff!! 'P- aS1ZY DORMNE RICHINS Blythe' Camomia l25:lnryETH BYRON ROGERS Oceanside, California Chine is a conscientious and well-liked cadet with a natural sense of humor. Most of his time was devoted to sports. But, flirty femmes took up a lot of his time that might have been wasted on study. His careles manner and his stretched but undying loyalty make Larry's friendship a price- less possesion. ENTERED - September, 1961. RIBBONS - Disciplinary, Personal Arpurance, ACTIVITIES-Lettermen's Clu. 61-643 Van ty Football, 62-64: Varsity Baseball, 62-64: Adlutnnt, 63. 64. DESTINATION-San one State College. ill' Oh? 'V A V ,' if 'V' ' 'Q ii ., pw" 'V X in ' L ti lm.. 'f' PAUL ANTHONY ROMERO Paul Santa Rosa. California ,i1l'1T1l1l'fSlllDlYl li-,fe campus rprtjmiimtions and par' licipntion in two shorts slim-.' Pauls versatility, Af. hi-.Nl Cl1f'f'rlf-.lrlrir for tha- Academy he did an iwri-lli-nt wh .al .1 triuyfh .issigjrimnnt Paul will zitnhv lTY.HX',' fri:-:adn .'.'l1f'fl"','1i'! hi- Ftffllllg ENTERED--September. 1961, AWARDS- Mos! Valuable Proficient Choir Member. 62563. RIBBONS-Head Cheer- leader, Mg Choir, 63, fs-lg Track, 62,643 Masque- and Wigg Warrior. 62. 63, DESTINATION-San Diego Slate College. Rogers is the up-and-coming type. Played with soldiers as a boy, you can just bet. It is written in the stars he will get his ma1or's bars: but he hasn't saved enough box tops yet!. Seriously, Ken- ny did an excellent job at everything that he did. ENTERED-September, 1958. AWARDS-Honor Council, Silver "A," Thespians, Quill and Scroll. RlBBONS-Aca- demic Excellence 8. Superiorlty, Banner Platoon, Dlscl- plinary, Drill Platoon, Science C ub. ACTIVITIES-Adiutant Staff, Baseball, 615 Varsity, 64: Football, 61-645 Vanity, 63, 64: Golf, 63, 64: Lettermen's Club. DESTINATION- Menlo College. 3'--gx an fo- 'fir- l'l l'! Y ,s, IU, -'I Wi? Y .- 3. 'ILM' ,. f ,Q '13 'q Z x . -'yt-1 DONALD JAMES ROSS l Rollo Kings Beach, California Ross is a new type of cadet, but not a new breed. His friends know him as the intellectual type wh0 has his own philosophy concerning many subjects. He does not keep these thoughts locked up in his head. but puts them on paper for others. Yet such a soul as this has one deep fallacy-an ex- treme shyness for girls. And this is a cadet? Well. there is someone for all of us. We wish you lots of luck, Ross. ENTERED-September, 1961. AWARDS--Quill and Scroll, 64. RlB80NSf-Academic Excellence 8. Superloritxr 99f" 'lf' P'3l0P'1- Dlidpllnary, Marksrnanship, Personal ppear- ance. ACTIVITIES-Adjutant, 63, 64. DESTINATION-Unh versity ol California at Santa Barbara. 'r ii" ii iij"i1.'j tl '11 i I I i kai va I-- ' W' g ,,,Y W. b , QVQALXQ f' gil ' 4 MXK , , A X There's so i , . much to do. . . if "Sports" Illustrated. -f other than study ! t Sports. fo I A E.. k Q. -. 'v 3 9. Jn f , ,,',f r, 1 , t, r"ggd:,,,,,4 fisjgi - k 1 , L+ W l P' Z MCHARD Mm Rich game ademlcrec lheduptc his studies nothing bi ability to r ENTERED- oriiy, Banne Adiutant, 64 Air Force. FREDEP GEGLLC Fred what if! found? He hal Staff 05 he has the iw. 'HONG N ciu FREDERICK SHAPERIO N' . Vtaifr "I W A5 jf' n' Z 4 is A A , Q- ' ,,,,, , .,,.,, , I' l-A4521 I RFCHARD JOHN RYAN JR-A PHILIP MICHAEL SEELIG RlCl'l Hillsbouough, California Harry Los Angeles, California Rich came to the Academy as a senior via ac- ademic recommendation. An excellent student, he lived up to all expectations. Whether pouring over his studies or working on the yearbook, Rich did nothing but exceptional work. His quick wit and ability to make friends will take him far. ENTERED-September, 63. RIBBONS-Academic Su eri- ority, Banner Platoon, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES- ggljultant, 64. DESTINATION-University of Colorado then If orce. Not obnoxiously eager, Phil nonetheless survived his three year battle with the Dean's office and managed to come out on top. Never one to be ruffled by anything, his only answer to a question was a "who-cares" smile. Nothing can phase him, so how can he help but succeed? ENTERED - September, 1961. RIBBONS - Disciplinary, Marksmanship, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Band, 62-647 Bowling Team, 63, 64, Canasta Club, 63. 64: Stage guna, 62-64. DESTlNATl0N-San Fernando Valley State o ege. 1-5 fax gl' "-rr ...v"" , A NX ,f X MARC JEFFREY SILVERMAN New Guy Glendale, California Gea r-Loose Beverly Hills, California Fred entered the Academy in 1960 not knowing what to take in the course of electives. Soon Fred found his Eldorado in the rifle team and baseball. He has also found success on the advertising staff of the Adjutant. As both a cadet and civilian he has found pleasure in playing the banjo and the twelve and six string guitar. Who knows? The world might be blessed with a new folk singer. ENTERED-September, 1960. RlBB0NS7Banner Platoon. Marksmanship, Military Excellence, Rifle-Team. ACTIV: ITIES-Adjutant 64, Varsity Baseball, Rifle Team, Ski Club, 64. DESTINATION-Colorado College. Because Marc entered the Academy at midyear, he was dubbed New Guy. He sooned joined sev- eral organizations, and his congenial attitude won him many friends. Marc proved that he was more than merely congenial, he was sincere, thus ad- ding respect to the friendships he had created. ENTERED-February, 1963. AWARDS-3rd Place Ameri- canism Contest, Quill and Scroll. RIBBONS-Academic Excellence, Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Personal Appear- ance. ACTIVITIES-Adjutant Staff, Choir, Choraleers, Masque and Wig, Warrior Staff. DESTlNATlON-Univer- sity of Redlands. 595.01 if ...ra ----ep -r-Us ig .YQ K, V gg: 1. - iff., 2,1 4 i n li, We 4.1 -I . ' y :,tg5, ,fir-.',-w r 'L .wp 2 . ,. T:'.:r+ W1,??"f ii 'f"Tn,'T"xya9w - ffl ' sl . A HFQS-A ffl? fda., - ' al :ft '-"' A- sera' C2 A 1, vii, , 0 . Nl fr' f- ' 2 1. f' M! A 'Tb ' -A ' 0 - tg,-f' I Q , X '-'v 57 Q. V . WILLIAM KENDALL STULCK EDWARD STO-nl Diablg' Califgrnia Bill Torrance, California At almost any time of day Greg could be found by simply following the loudest noise on campus. Possibly the possessor of the loudest set of am- plifiers in town, he turned his room into one con- stant mass of vibration. One who knows the secret of really living, Greg has a bright future. ENTERED-September, 1960. RIBBONS-Academic Excel- lence, Band, Dlscpllnary, Personal Appearance. ACTIV- ITIES-Bowllng, Band. DESTINATION-Menlo College. -Q -.. A M l ff tra" M? ff , x, , WILLIAM SIMMONS SUNDERMAN Bill fwillyl Nogales, Arizona Bill will be remembered as one of the calm, staid tsometimesl members of our class: but while maintaining a slightly less than faultless exterior, he has been paddling like a devil beneath the sur- face lGross 7th periodl. His hard work has earned him respect anrl admiration, We are honored to have this good-natured and sincere individual as a classmate. ENTERED-September. 1959. AWARDS-Honor Council. 63. 64: Senior Clan VlcrPrnidonlg Silver "A", Student Council, 62645 Quill and Scroll, 63, 645 Freshman-Junior Class Prolidonl. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Disciplinary. Alililary Excellence, Porxonal Appearance, ACTIVITIES. Ad'uIanl. Drill P1al0Of1. Swimming, 62-63. DESTINATION -Llniverxity of Arizona. Born in Austria and reared in Venezuela, Bill came to the Academy with talent and energy to spare. He has shown his talent on the soccer field and in the swimming pool: his energy in stealing the senior bucket and surfing during federal. He does very well at his hobby, too, girls. With all these activities on his hands, it's a wonder he has any time left for studies. ENTERED-December, 1961. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Disciplinary, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Letter men's Club, Varsity Swimming and Soccer. DESTINATION -University of the Pacific. .11 ,Q xi' .Q if -.-- ' A: 'Fl ,I S ROBERT LEO SUTLIFF Grub Tustin, California A very easy-going guy, Sut probably has as many friends as anyone else on campus. Aside from his work on the Adjutant, he somehow found time to play two years of championship soccer. A good friend, we'll miss Sut. ENTERED-September, 1960. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Junlor Vanlt Foot- ball, 613 Vanity Soccer, 62: Junlor Varsity Swlmmrng, 62. DESTINATION-Colorado College. ll E 92 I l I H- r' - 1. .. .. . . . . -- 7 -, -.., ' W .1 5, - A 'f n-gg x f -Lk ,.,,.4g .u-iz We find ourselves 1 2 , P , 3 V r z I "Push'em up t SKI, nz- hose stairs!" r I QQ . , 4' 5 1 I1 ' x ss. , fi' V34 L e i taking Dari. f0l'. the last time, Q' s in many events... I mf IMF ihth If f fwfmv f ' - n,-so in ,4 THOMA Tom Tom ha sincere good hl shoot on top of v ENTERED Ience, Ba ACTIVITII -Coloraf Bomb S Take a humor of '64 f ..-Hy.. ...Hn-, -ea f L-'W A G J Zfhuvs , x Qnfrmaw' . .1 fa .aatmwuaa we-1. , '13 , , If I ,ri-M , , -r 'T . sg l X 1 ij 2 g . ' I i' L... 'Q' THOMAS WILLIAM TURNEY CHARLES PATRICK WALTER TOITI Los Angeles, California Pat Santa Rosa, Califgrnia Tom has won the admiration of us all with his sincere determined desire to do well and his zany good humor. His many friends say that his off- shoot outlook on life will win him his place at the top of whatever he does. ENTERED-September, 1962. RIBBONS-Academic Excel- lence, Banner Platoon, Discgrlinary, Personal A pearance. ACTIVITIES-Adjutant, 635 wimming, 63. DEgTINATION -Colorado College. As Battalion Sergeant Major, Pat's responsibilities included the Academy guard roster, the general military efficiency of the battalion, and recom- mendations for promotions. On the athletic field, in various organizations, and on the drill field, ef- fort typified Pat's Academy life and indicates suc- cess in the future. ENTERED-September, 1961. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon. Disciplinary. OCTIVITIES-Adjutant, 645 Drill Platoon' Let- termen's Club, 63, 645 Nav Blueiackets 62 63- Soccer 62, 635 Track, 62-64. nEs"riNATioNJMeF1io husinesi College. .H 'Q A f 1 ,f' i l fl 4 lug., '- P' ' A ROGER SWAN WHIPPLE THOMAS ROBERT WATSON Rodge Alhambra, California Bomb Phoenix, Arizona Take a little guy, a big heart, a rollicking sense of humor, an undaunted spirit, an invaluable liking for.people, and the capabilities of a fine athlete. put them all together and you've got a "Bomb." Tom is a fine friend and an asset to the "quality" of '64. All the luck in the world to you. ENTERED-September, 1962. ,AWARDS-Athletic Hall-of Fame, 63. RIBBONS-Academic Excellence 8. Supenorlty, Disciplinary, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Foot ball, 64: Track, 62-64: Lettermen's Club, 63 ,64. DESTINA- TION-Palomar College. ii' 1 ,f,, -ry. 5 QP: :ft 'pi ' Although more realistic than most and far deeper than many, Rodge kept us smiling with his deep iconoclastic humor. Never one to follow blindly, our poet fought tooth and nail with the Academy for what he believed. With his mouth overflowing with golden words Cfor the opposite sexy nothing should stand in the way of his future. ENTERED-September, 1963. AWARDS-Quill and Scroll. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Drill Platoon, Personal Ag- pearance. ACTIVITIES-Adjutant Editor-in-Chief, 64. DE - TINATION-San Jose State College. 95 -v i X! is 'illllll CHRIS SCOVELL WHITMORE Elf Carlsbad, California Perhaps the key to Chris is his zest for living and his genuine good-naturedness. His quiet and sin- spect and admire Chris as a true friend are those who know him. The only people who don't re- spect and admire Chris as a true friend are those who don't know him, yet. It is true that no greater friend could be found. ENTERED-September, 1960. AWARDS-Basketball and all-League Honorable Mention, 625 All-Fallbrook Basket- ball Tournament, 63: Quill and Scroll, 63, 64. RIBBONS- Academic Excellence, Disczlinary, Personal appearance. ACTIVITIES-Baseball, 63, 5 Treasurer, 647 Warrior, 64: Lettermen's Club, 62-64. DESTINATION-University of Callfomla at Santa Barbara. J'- -1, S 1 I L JOHN EDWARD WILKS Ill Skip Sante Fe, California John is a person who is always ready to greet you with a smile and a friendly conversation. In music he excelled in everything from onetime bugler to member of the dance band. His determination, clear logic, and firm convictions will be long re- membered and assure him success in all ways. ENTERED-september, 1961. AWARDS-Most Improved Bandsman, First-Year Bandsman and Section, guill and Scroll. RIBBONS-Academic Superiority, Bugler, isclplln- ary, Personal A pearance, Rifle Team. ACTIVITIES--Band, Dance Band, Fgfle Team, Warrior Editor, 64. DESTINA- TION-University of Oregon. L I .M Q R 'frm ""' U IIC! ig - TED SHATTUCK WOODFORD Woody Glendale, California A sketch pad or ski slope is all it takes to make Ted happy. Whether sleeping between classes or iousting with the English Department, he gave only one thing. his best. We all know Ted as a true friend. Heres tri your continued good luck, Woody ENTERED-September. l959. RIBBONS-Academic Excel- lence. Banner Platoon, Discipllna , Mariumanxhip, Per. zonal Appearance, ACTIVITIES-Amutant, Bowlin Team, 61. 62: Bridge Club. 61. 625 Warriar staff, 6364. DQSTINA. TION--University of Arizona. I 5 gals. Q- llil DOUG JACK WILLSHIRE Hercules Monococha, Peru A four year soccer letterman, Doug sparked the team to two league championships. Aside from sports, he also put time in with the band and choir. An excellent athlete and a good friend, the "CliestLone has a great future. ENTERE September, 1960. RIBBONS-Discl lina , Per- sonal Appearance. ACTIVITIES. Band, 61-64: Cnolr, 21, 62: Lettermen's Club, 61-64: Swimming, 61: Soccer, 61-64. DESTINATION-Yankton College. Q Q. L Now the awaited moment is at hand, and all is made ready . YC: 41 ', . 2- 1 7, STEPHED Steve Music ha "Charme Whether best . H crazy, wl one. Ste' one who luck to ENTERED American: plinary, F 63. nisrl tal Schoo' E GLEIK Glen With an al of h Yeas 'T ir Gler ENN lem: man L GTS - ..-l 1--g',,iXVx hxwwepfpa 11, ,g,,,,,,,,... N , 6: Q! ,J ',, .5 'f Luiz., S ,I 6, vo xx f, r- - ,, 4na?3i.':z,-gig' U. m , ,larwenqw-uv-as Q-wal A year ends: A new story begins. 'ii -Q.. The time and STEPHEN LEE WORTHINGTON 4 Steve Santa Monica, California Music hath charms they say, and Steve rates top "Charmer" when he plays with the "Torquays." Whether surfing or studing, Steve puts out his best . He's friendly and easy-going, likeable and crazy, which makes him a friend of nearly every- one. Steve has only one fault-he's sadistic. Anyf one who plans to be a dentist has to be. Lots of luck to him anyway. ENTERED-September, 1961. AWARDS-Fourth place Americansim Contest. RIBBONS-Banner Platoon, Disci- plinary, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Adjutant, 62, 63. DESTINATION-University of Southem California Den- tal School. xv r if Xfl GLEN WESLEY YORK Glen San Diego, California With the class for only two years, Glen achieved an academic record that quite rightly puts many of his fellow classmates to- shame. A very capable leader, he has always strived for excellence, be it in academics, or in an-y other undertaking. To Glen-a rich and rewarding career. ENTERED-September,,1962. BIBBONS-Academic Excel- lence, Banner Blatoon, Disciplinary, German Club, Marks- manship, Personal Appearance. ACTIVITIES-Bowling League, 645 Canasta -C ub, 64: Science Club, 64. DESTIN- ATION-Stanford University. h place are set, History pauses, Awaiting the cast. . . ' The Class of "1964" 1, , unnamed AND SC IN MEMORY . VVE LEAVE THE LAS AGER-I leave June 2, I964-Amen. ALLERDYCE-I will to Capt. Moffat a new red pen so that he may make more red spots on texts. BANKS-I will Mt. Shcsta to Mr. Tripp. BLECHYNDEN-I will Coach Nydegger'one pair of suspenders in the hope that . . . BRUNDAGE-l will to any cadet my philosophy, "Do unto others before they do unto you-Amen." COCHRANE-I leave to Mr. Johnson one box of guaranteed, doubIe-your- money-back, unbreakable chalk. CUMMINGS-I leave ANA thinking of "Noodles" Hoopes in the loving hands of Coach Smith. n DeVAl.ENClA-I leave my knowledge of soccer to Pena, hoping that the next time he plays he will be in a good mood. DUTTENHOFER-I leave with Bill and my motto-"We've got 'em fooled", wondering . .. EOE-I leave in hopes that ANA will be better for my having . .. FINNIGAN-I will to zip-lip five smiles, and predict that he will have live lelt at the end of next year. FITZGERALD-"Romans, countrymen, and lovers, hear me for my cause . . .' GARCIA--The Cadet Corps calls the Mexicans "beans", but anyway, "Gringos like beans." GEISSLER-l leave l.t. Bruce a World War ll game, with a plastic map and a paper airplane. GOUDARD-l leave a few of the officers the ability to gain friends in life, as they last friends in High School-RANK OVER FRIENDSHIP. GREGG--I leave behind me everything I own, not because I don't want it, but simply because I don't possess it. GRIDLEY-Here's to Helll May our stay there be as much fun as our way there. GUILD-l will to the language Department two pairs of elevator shoes, a mohair coat, a tube of greasy kid's stuff, and a book on how to play Sakerrr. HANSEN-I will Skipper-John o 50-lb. sock of ---M -aww in hopes that he will fertilize the daisies. HAUGHT-l leave a Ere extinguisher to "Johnny" Johnson to put out fires he may encounter during future physics experiments. IZBICIKI, M.-I will to next year's officers the bent sword in hopes that they may straighten it out. IZBICKI, R.-I leave a package of green dye-marker to anyone who wants to learn to be a maintenance man. JONKER-l leave Coach "Lips" D. K. my expert ability on the "Suucar Squat" and to Dr. Shakey, 5500. JOHNSON-I leave to Moffat my wonderful spelling ability. JOYCE-S .................... ................................,......,,............,.................................. KATZMANN-I will Capt. Moffat one "do-it-yourself" course on shorthand in hopes that notes will be easier to dictate. LEE-I will all my "Oldies" but "Goodies" to Frank and Ed McCoy as well as a signal lamp for when "Stay" is onthe radio. LEWIS-l will to any gullible person the fine personality which Moi. Dean S. Collins possesses, for it has won him many friends. l.lND-I will to Mai. Collins a mirror so he may spend the days looking at himself. LUCAS-I leave in hopes that the swimming pool will soon be completed, so that Mai. "Plushbottom" Collins can try walking on water. LUTTEL-For his wide background in coaching and his fabulous power to predict, I leave Col. Gross an honorary position in the Athletic Department. fi' .ua Y s sZ,' 5 . L WAN" lifetime U MIIIEIII I-' il theft If MIIIEIII If ln rflemor NEWIMN' ,Ned lo I NEVARE5-' they will I NIELSON- hapes th caught di NOEHREN- from Seni NOKES-l okoniosis PETERS-I I Pnllsnooi able to p POAGE-li POTTS-I in hope reulizuli. RAIPH5-I RICHINS- 3 W-.. , .. .. . .M ,M ,Wk I MAR .--ua!vllHWsf.,1-spw-n..w,,.,,, W , , THCSE H0 HAVE P ST VVILL AND TESTANIENT 'OF THE CL SS OF "64"' MAHAN-I leave my rank to Mr. Wedgewood, so that he can achieve his lifetime ambition of being on the tactical staff. MILLER, P.-I will to all cadets my philosophy, if there is a way I'll find it, if there isn't a way l'll make it. MILLER, R.-l leave Captain Burgess all of my extra-curricular activities in memory of the drill platoon. NEWMAN-I go to college hopping that the english what Capt. Moffet tryed to learn me, will help? said me, an ANA graduate alumni. NEVARES-l leave the Academy one list of dismissal acts in hopes that they will use them next year. NIELSON-I leave to "Tib" Smith my keys to rooms at the Mira Mar in hopes that he can get away with all the things that l never got caught doing. NOEHREN-l leave my great ability to study and my ability to keep away from Senior Hall to my roomate, Chris Werner. NOKES-l will to Capt. Moffat one pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcan- okoniosis germ. PETERS-l leave A.N.A. all the time l spent away from it. PHILBROOK-I leave to Mai. Collins a toy periscope so that he may be able to peek around corners. POAGEQ-Let there be rife. POTTS-I will to Mai. Hopkins one Beatle wig and beatnik personality in hopes tthat a compromise of the two will assure him of self- realization. RALPHS-l will Capt. Burgess a repeal of the peace treaty with Japan. RICHINS-I leave to Coach Maflucci one gigantic "red" meatball. ROGERS--l leave Mr. Hampton one of Willshire's body building courses and a razor to be used when hc starts to shave. ROSS-"The freedom of slaves is measured by the length of their chains.' I leave my chains behind. i SHAPIRO-l leave wondering what the people on the outside are like. STOTT-l leave the beach to the surfers in hopes that they will soon be drowned. STULCK-l will Mai. Collins a book on the uses of fire extinguishers and to any Junior the ability to surf during Federal inspection. SUNDERMAN-l will peace and tranquility to the Commandant's Office and the Military Department. TURNEY-l will to Coach Gross the perfect Civics class-one in which at least half of the class pays attention and one with no "back row tibblers". WALTER-l will to Vern and Dean a pair of beatle wigs in hopes that they will learn to appreciate long hair. WHlPPLE-l leave Lt. Bruce a World War I game that will plug into his World War Il game. WHITMORE-l will to Lt. Bruce my dominant military nature and to Coach Maffucci my outstanding "hustle." WILKS-I will to the employees of the GNK Uniform Company lwherc service to the customer is their mast important frontl one best-selling novel: "Accounting Self-Taught". WILLSHIRE-l leave to Capt. Stoll the saying "lf you like Peanuts, you'll like 'Skipper'." WOODFORD-l leave these two mottos to the officers: "God over Country," and "Rank over Friends." YORK-I will to Kanzee, S. and Kanter a lifelong supply of Moon-Tan Lotion in the hope that they can get a better tan at night while in the rooms. t I . . t l l - l 'Q-' ' fe' "M "' 14" N Y -4 M . 3. 5 rs 2 - 3 E 1 A 3 NA sk .W rm S , . W HA? F x XL Lk.. . . ku, :ll .fix A L, I, zz ,M il is BSI ' x W ...,, V ,nw-f I 3 5 ff 1, imp W, 4Qi,.,nW 1 " ri f -1- 'fy'- '. Yi 5 V uw' vu , " " 5 I 4 fg, i I , ' ,J I A ww 1 ,L 5 ,.l-ggi: f, Q g,-11, fl 1 " 'K' Qwaff XZ I if w 1 A ff 4, f X 1 ,V0, ZIV, .J ' e 'U' . .3321 fj! '. f 'gr . , gl HF L -if YF X 'fi-1 X a ' fx: ,gf K X I W- """'N.sg. N Q... ,'... env :L .Q-. -,.,..Q.. . ,M I V I., -.-V A Q V AA E... . , , , ,W , ........ .....- .4.......-I. .xg-QQ.-y.e,.f,,.. 923' ----- --,.- .,........ V- -T " 'n - '- - ' 5 re' 1 - 'f V r . . ., V , W 1 9 W 1 , l ' 1 I Hoy...-: r ' r S . ,'Q9.' 4 ........ I I ..1-n-u1-- 2 5 1 2 -' ..?N'-N . 5 gp-ami-in-li r - ' f Y. or ' N 9 Q . if r X B , 3 SECOr 4 2 ' . f . .f"X 1 . V- :'-'---L-4 '1 4 h rs 4 H., A I I il Il ' I Q. 5 wx Ai of J , 'I K, 1- 9 Q '04 ' vpn! fx -- f 34 'Q' iff " Ji . rf r A V ' In row Fred Burns., lorry Wrqhl, Rirhcrd Rockwell, Muchoci Scott, Jeff Jconcs. Q. f 7nd Row james Sl4yrglqui1I,Chru: Vlrgrncr, Ralph Hole, Theron Holl. Tiff-I flrcf row Oouqlos Homrrl, John Brown, Turner Smith, Brion Ellcrbrock, Don Robcrlson. I Hack row Ed Kuhn, Mrchocl Murphy, Mike Rothman, Kris Von Dyk. A V x 1 ra -. rf... r ,-- f 115 Q' 1' ff X 'V Y I f , f fs 3 l r f' X 'T mfg.- 1 1 M- N 5- r 'N 1 I I I A 75' 'OW Tom Vfulkinz, Robcrl Bcollnchrzr, Uovrg Middlrglon, , , ThOmoz lrkichofgls, BOYY1 Alpurin, Junuor Closs Advrsor 1 COACH JOHN MAFFUCCI 2nd row Sum Polirgrson, John lcfz, Chrim Edwards, Brod 5fT1ll?I,JOzf: Prqno. r 3111 row Muir: Mcfodhf, Dfgnnrz Block, Tony Crurfniiugrl Douqluu lr-wuz, Tom Cox. EUCP row Spf-urrzr Hoopcz, Ed Ur-GroHr:nr1g1d, Juf Burgcn, 3 1 Q 10.1 b . x -. intl., I. 31 J . J ND CLASSIVIEN I I I , , l I AR . il? it TI i I E i TR. S .I RN ......E..--Tl--- """""" CLASS OFFICERS ---'-" TONY GUENTHER, PRESIDENT ---I- ED DE ORAEEENREID, VICE PRESIDENT ' JOSE PENA, TREASURER 1 W, .R wg I 2 .i , I .gf l- A .si-if R,-K X K RS. ...1.... SPENCER HOOPES, SECRETARY JAY BURGESS, SERGEANT AT ARMS COACH JGHN MAFFUCCI, CLASS ADVISOR lst row: John Smith, Poul Wrnght, Chrns Lnvnngston, Turner SmIth, Eruc Gronq ' ' A lx' William Salvatore. 2nd row: Joy Gillette, RIck Polmer, Ston Wnsmews I, 3rd row: Chandler Roshley, Peter Levy, Scott Hamilton, John De Monch. Bock row: Don Lumello, Erle Clupepper, Joseph Liebsock, Eddie Madsen. M .JD , L l J I l ...Q ....4---- I ......--- -.qu--un l I ,....S.., L i '. 1 U ! i g, O z V I 'lu T . I i I pr. L 4 'SL Y K Second Class Bonqucl AND VVHAT The Bctillex THE FUTURE HO Look' M04 Turner Twongs he 4' " if 4 :nav--0-1 Q f. 'Q , 4 f i 4 ! 4 1 f 'fl-'Q ' ' .4-vnu, -0,- hpf Mem! fewer: Eh "M: cr E 1 E, v , 3 K 71 f"'vK 53 Frrsl Row Dorcll Farnsworth Jon Ingersol Morly Norbom Roberl Crossley, Poul Hunsinger, Pol Sumnerg Second Row Jam Bowman Jeff Hylcnd Tom Wealcr Jum Arnold Tony Miller, Third Row: Mike Gulhrie, Tom Rnller John Wync John Mulchcl Terry Sheclcr Fourth Row Poul Krueger, Robert Kozcl, Sleve Yeller. THIRD CLASSMEN EXPECTIN MUCH Secrelclry Treasurer Sergeonl of Arms JOHN MITCHELL RANDY BARROW VAUGHN ROSEMUND if 110- IBIII11. Y HIRE! I . il-flag. Fill' glial , ,of IKM!" rims: S325 Ill?- I11 - -M, 1105! l1i'uQfi:l inllkil lili 1151 Nlriil XTX lbliill A Fx C' K V' M. I 5' 'f gr, 4 'auf vw lv B ' zu Ep rw F f . l lO8 lf' i 'T llrSl llos Barry G Desserl. Bennel. 33251 2' NEM!wL:mu:.:'11 M 1 Nr 1 - AW i il 'HQ limi? flaw! - .wifi Jill -1 4!nY?'3lQ .EFI HQ! WHT VW- Hai "4f?-rx 'ES' .ii Tm ,1'812.'J.E. is "f-E221 LHS I mzxfiiffrdin- LAS Jiizklli Ui Win- Iliff 'Tin Ql'-u'M.:"9'!l1- flllhlillilln 17153-W1 airy-f vvvwa'1q,g'5 - -.f.. ,C ,'7,5: -73,1 l?!1,.,. ..! :H vs an il asm ws: is ld r za:-as grass f':JE5,:'i1a1f5"!f" 9' mLj,'v'-M --x :ggi ,-E -niisai. RN? L. I ME,!E!'M1fr i4"'iQ L '4fi7'I,"ii1:iZi4'ZTS Yr. T'f51'f'f 2 QLLFFTYQ ' . ' .1 J rms Farsi Row John Sulverihorne Steve Berry Randy Barrow Warren Poitras, Dwughi Sleffner C Davis, Chauncey Poston Rnchord K Charles Pellman, Vaughn Rosemund Frank Q 1 I I f 4 5 i 4 1 ,fm ie-..4.,L,..- . ,..., . Russ shows 'em how ihey do it in Ogden. Hoppy cadets go lo the Autumn Boll. IN ATER "Spook Hug Spcgqh, I proy you ,, ' s I i lr I ,J 4 9 i -f i I a VNC! sl., .- L .l""' drug? I." r Gordon goes over the top. EARS Who made Maior Collins' popularity poll today? Cope bangs away Big Steve. "Sir, Cadet Hardell reports his presencel" 'lbs 0-up 'K-.-. Y.. .LA.gl.-n-.A..- - it-M Wf,.f , pl nb ' 2 - s., -. V.- I Nm- fi 'fr -. ,.,-. .. 4, ::,,.. ., 4 -.. -X Aflgf gl -. f ' rx we 3 ,J hi fi s 4 FF' F lf, ,s v , ignite Q 5 A ts. Fi-is 1- ,f. 1-1 41.4 x 2 i .11 is ,'... -l- l , gp V, R an r J' n s N fzq, 5x . 5 fi... .-iff A' bw R up .XM fi! qua - r XA .P-' IS 1 . I f, s-.M iefs-if . g nm-anna: :Z , Q Q , x ext' First Row: Michael O'Rand, Cedric Penney, Robert Burnand, George Stamos, Steve Johnson, Second Row: James Hutton, Gordon Rice, Allen Luce, Jay Orueta, Ron Toeller. Third Row: David Faith, Bill Patterson, Doug Harwood, Jay Caldwell, Don Martin. ,wiv xi wise f fi Qifiuffl y 1 4 1,45 1 ,iii 'k,QiiYil Alf' w FOURTH CL SSMEN nfl' ' First Row: James Clark, Johnnie Crean, David Gleason, Arturo Guaiordo. Second Row: Kevin Redicon, Russell Martini, Pctcr Martin, David Brookhort. Third Row: Dennis Tisdell, Andrew Simpson, Charley Ford. Fourth Row: William Walker, David Wallers, Louis Kanter. 5 . K-. Albert Hopkins, ---- L4 -- ' fe .... "W "4 V , Sr IIA vl s -.-.F 'H A s----- A l l J . x 1 fs 'U , Q 5 f' f - R si- Q33 f il x ' L: 'F A l Fil ' .ix 'Xxx 0 vi si- ' r - " , Q X ' inf' J .' I tif: V. ,lt Mx '-fx lg , + A 1' 7 Fl ! K i f ,V " l 1' -J W .,.,.......- ...r 3:14 Q Q arm asv: ul j I 1 , ? 3 J 3 5 it . . rv. 91 N If I l r E 3 i 5 c' Q t X i 'EI 2 J Q f sf f X J N s. fy If , J . , fl' f fi to 1, ' Y fl Tw Q xr .. Y. 'J 1 is , ' 5- Z1 fe, if i si wi 553 , :J 3 sv if as X 'W 6' 3 he sw 1 J. 4 . ,ww A gi , Z2 f ,Q if ' Il ' I l 14,1 l 2 i 2 f 5 r l s Y E l 2 Q l l t 6 3 g E N N. WQRKING TOWARDS Ni fy: 14 ,Al , W4 ,,,4 -i ,ia r1 i - i 4 ,., .x At u i A if' I l f ..... .Wm N M P ---me - 'i me -me a were A P' , ' A W'- . ' T P r P 1 i , , so i 3 5 I Q, if A l V1 W , w - ,A .C i f A , Fxti J xf- - S 3 i f1f2fD S s - '- . f --MQ i if" ii il lv , vi ll 3' l , t l E l i , E Q i First Row: Eduardo Saad, Jando, James Van Sickle, Simpson, Ron Colby, Fred Dennis Sigel. Andrew Chersin, Dennis William Elwell, Winston Divel, Jeff Spangenburg. lay Millcr, Roberl Rose, Chip Slavin. Second Row Noel Polls, Bruce Ralslon. Third Row Bob Melcoll, Roberl Fourlh Row: Tim lgo, Phillip Collell, Richard Campl, .5 ik gi Qi. .-'11 A ,M eel P .Nl Class Advisor: COACH SMITH Class Presidenl: AL HOPKINS FRESHMAN LEADERS PRESIDENT AL HOPKINS VICE PRESIDENT DAVE WALLERS SECRETARY DON TOELLER TREASURER RUSSELL MARTINI SERGEANT AT ARMS JAY ORVETA ADVISOR MR. RON SMITH ,ff 1 II' ' If II f -I O-.4....- A. -0 -n- an 1 N fl xg 'A e M W. 4, 3 ....... ixk V 'V ' . if "2 ' ' q XY Q 'Q x Q fx e 5 lx H V 6-Q4 V '73, JY 1 b "' ff ii I K' . ' W N ,',V 'Y Y I' f l W b x 1 Q My A ,XJ 1 'V . 'N Q e X e fe -1' ., A 'Y if X e - R- f L e e e 'M if 'R N f 'i I i' "H T , , '44 , e ,1 , ' , L ix Q x A '-Q, I - 1, - -c A x g 2 Lb. A' Vg f ure above em X . Freshmen cnloy lhcif bgnqucy. Alun for the Adiulcni. A d mic Department. Rolsion tries Io keep one slep oheod of the co c " """ Illl a? M-,-ti W i -1 A li. JL Second Row Ron Schroder, Richard Worde, George Baclold, John Hillord, Richard Johnson. Second Row: Don Fobes, Keith Cord, Jim Evans, Mike Perry, Francisco Aldercle, Larry Whitle- more, Third Row John Madruga, Tom Gilmarlin, Gerard Zaruba, Scott Maddy, Greg Fc-dderson, Craig Maddy, Tyrie Ford, Sleve Jenson, Harry Newman. Mm ' U 'fi Ki ' '- ,-f"'x:xv N-FV K - W 5:'Y:g,l4' - ' :fn ' iyji 2" AQ 4 4 i f' Q , Y f ww. 5 , , ' ' : ' 4'1" QF - P - l Jf , X Uv 1 in S lf' A 'ff , ,AMI A S, , ,L WK ., ' ,7 A 4 l " ' ' 1 -- . - Ms! j - ...cm-... 1 i 1 X, hx . 1 ' 1 "I ,J A F ii 1 ' ' X .r Z' . 4 A '9 I f . Q S J F- Q c . 5. Ns! Claw rvnvdr-nf and Aci-:vor c scum: owing. lla 'l.!:JE.'4 FIFTH CLA J' l . aaa Fffil ROW Leonard Berglcnd, Vlilliam Noble, Ray Smilh, Tim Cory, Marshall Randol. Second Row, Vlilliam Biddulph, Dennis Mark, Jac lmbrogulio, Michael Butler, Chria Pelerzon, Robert Wood, Third Row: Scoll Woodward, 5C0ll Vfvhflvy, Richard Johnson, Sic-vc Boyd, Nick Garland, Tom Drummond, John T0rlOf, Jim Smilh. Fourrh Rowe Fred Coyle, Jan Dzurlik, Paul King, Jim Schohcld, Pandy Hoffman, Rober! Phillipz. pennies. "inthe pmes, in the pines . . ...... ISSIVIEN Fifth CIc1ss Officers President, SCOTT WOODWARD Vice President, JIM SMITH Secretory, MICHAEL BUTLER Tresourer, NICK GARLAND .I STILL Sergeant ot Arms, ROBERT PHILLIPS Advisor, MR. H. E. MOHAN Jr. School Headmaster HAROLD R. MOSES Q f as Mfr. R .fs A ,X ,Y VVAITIN 3 X 1 'X Sixth Class President I :r CRAIG BESSERER Sixth Class Officers President CRAIG BESSERER Vice President CHRIS ZOHRLAUT Secretary WILLIAM NISSON Treasurer WADE JONES Sergeant at Arms WILLIAM LONGMIRE C1555 Advisor MR. JACK SHARKEY S xlh Class Advisor MR JACK SHARKEY A-ff---is CUN ff" 5 I .. ,,. , 5, , X mnalbc-4 ri mmm +aqvn.4'cr"sdi.-..1aqg.,-es ,.I.LL3i,j,"' CLASSMEN W First Row: Drew Smithf Gene Van Arsdale, Dean Wehrley, Mark Maron, Robert Williams, Robert Gor- don. Second Row: Devlet Getson, Tony Frank, William Nisson, George Barnett, Wade Jones, Chris Zohrlaut. , Third Row: David Brown, Gary Toeller, William Long- mire, George Chersin, Craig Besserer, Ed Vasquez, Andy Crean. Cadet watches airplane.. . ND E GE R O 4 e K Q f 5 A - V, we' X K we X . ,, X K If-A. ee .Mg x it ga El- . -Q 5 n O In vu- , . x .. ' ,...f:'?':.. -. E. -- ... Y-. .-,., ,,. ,. --1, . ff. -. ,,,,g' ,, , -..g' .. Q NX. . K , . W, ,A Q g-, ,ggv.7x.a- - -- - .- - ,. .2 .2-, , .V .w,q., -, ,.. - ., -V .w .,. - - .1 . ...,. 3 A ,, ,nf-, 9. V N. . . Q V F ' 731' --, xfgz :.-1 1 , 1 n 'n 23 K 1' W. .m ff yo .vm 4,,' .W 5 -M 7, ,, V .ff va 4 1 v .r., , 4 . , L X A nh fl ,,,l, , Q , 4 xy L,,. ,. X f ,Aw 4 , P I9 1 fx 1 f f y ,y X 4 X 9 X Q A' I ev 41 la Q Q 2 , f , .x ff 4 N Xml Q wx Z' ll .lack Sharkey, J.V. Baseball, Varsify Foolballg Lee Nydegger, Golf, Ewell Ducole, Truck: -l0hl'l Muffucci, Athletic Director, Varsity Foolball, Varsily Baseball, Richard Gronquisl, Senior Coach, Track, Vasily Baskel- ball, Harold Moses, Tennis, Ron Smilh, Swimming, J.V. Football, "C" Basketball, John de Keiizer, Soccer. THE FUNCTION OF A SCHOOL IS TO DEVELOP AN ACTIVE BODY, AS WELL AS AN ACTIVE MIND. THE ATHLETIC STAFF OF OUR SCHOOL HAS ACCOMPLISHED THIS GOAL. BY GIVING OF THEMSELVES TO EAGER STUDENTS, AND STIMULATING INTEREST IN THOSE NOT SO ATHLETICALLY INCLINED, THEY HAVE PROVEN THEMSELVES MOST ADEQUATE. NO TEAM CAN FUNCTION WITHOUT THE AID AND SUPPORT OF THOSE IN THE BLEACHERS. in Rwxx- --SS X 'T"vNll1' - I THE CHEERLEADERS HAVE HELPED TO PRODUCE K M is 5 Ev I A GENUINE ESPRIT DE CORPS AMONG THE 'mf CADETS. FOR THEIR FIRST YEAR OF OROANIZED NM ,ST V, , 61, T J: I CHEERIEADINO, THEY HAVE DONE EXCEPTION- lr ,215 I I ig-Qqal ,fl FN, - JI ,- I 1 . L If AIIY WELL. cf , I , I W s HL I il 7 'ts' ri ' A YI"i:. ' 54:2 'I il I - E , Q R' , Vg ' 1 Cheerleaders: Tom Wilkcns, P I R D N n, Rick Gordon and Bob Boellichcr. Y ff 4 ' F ri 1 4 J 7f J, L f . ! .....,.i , J, ,X - A x I 1 ' -. ' .- ' Y ' :R - X X ,J , bis' 5 A ' 1 iii JV, X If 'J 1 fr J J J Mn , RS?" ' "" R' ' N -J. ff Q - IG. - . r Q.. V I X-J, :Q 5 , .' Ni. - , ' S 'A 1 . . J I J .. - K ' P 1 3 . , . I I , A I - 1 , .WH 'J J ., ., J, I Q. U ks Q. , :Ib 9 -F ' R' 'M-.L ' 9 "' - J if :Jef . me -1-we lc 1 1 1- K . t X . Z" , Iii ' "N ', . W A ak WN' N X 5 at .X J x x I M 4 YK 5, A , . . f ' I ii? x 4 LQ. 1 R ' M60 WN X , fli Q R t Y 1 ! , 1 1 J I I I I r ' tx' .L f J . Aa ll ' J fx' ,.r, ' 5 , Qlfklfgw, J f 1 EI A R I , 2,5 l 2 1 4 A ffl ' . ' ' a. of ff. , J U ' A' 1 ' R Q M 'J -WA' ' .fr?f'X'f?' ' J r - 1 fr-f Q . J rw.: 4. f " . -, 4 I rs 14 h vvfpwh A .,.. I Y j 45'..v' 8 . Av If t 7 l N- 1 ? . ri. " k , . 1'Ff'f""' A Y A M J A dn , ' . 4 J Lx ,,, 5 .1 ,R - , an , y - ,vm I ' yn, 'V 3,- .. 'Q -1435 ,I-5" -J' ' -4.'-' In K' LY . Top- lc-ff to righlq J. Liebsack, R. Barrios, T. Cox, T. Smiih, D. Knauert. Second row: E. DeGrafTenreid, ,fl lily 'l 5, lk 4 4 3 . J i Q i 4 4 . i 5.75 A J. Burgess, B, Nugeni, D. Fox, B. Pickford, D. Block, R. Fiizgerald. Third row: J. Finnigan, R. Desseri, T. Brundagc, R, Edo, C. Davis, K. Rogers, S. Kaizmann. Fourih row: Manager J. Crean, R. Poage, D. RaIphS J. Nielson, D. Duiicnhofcr, W, Sprague, G. Geissler, Coach J. MaFfucci. Boffornr T. WOFSOF1, C00Ch J. Sharkcy. VARSITY FOCTB Two !!ZLZJ:Ze1" liist describes the season of the Academy's Varsity football team. The Warrior elsif Uelunsuccessful season have been recordediby local newspapers: the football Seal oria Iljd frequently on the lack of school spirit before and during f tb H son, an an Oceanside sports writer said of the Academy prior to the oo a season that the most difficult coaching iob of the league falls to John Maffucci. The many new faces that meet the coach at the beginning of the year, the attempts to mold these men into a coordinated team, the breaks in training because of home leaves-all are problems not faced by other coaches. lt is remarkable, in this sense, that the Academy can field a team at all. g Still, at the end of a bleak season, three Warriors received all-league honors! Jay Burgess in the offensive backfield, Ed DeGraFfenreicl and .lon Nielson on the defensive line and offensive backfield. Two additional linemen, Doug Ralphs and Dave Duttenhofer received honorable mention. ' S Quarterbacking was rotated among Bill Pickford, Bill Nugent, and an attempt to find ag winningTpass-catchycombinationito receivers: Burgess, and Nick Cummings. Running and plowing wereleft to Nielson and Offensive support was Liebsack, Joe Finnigan, this year. Defensively, the 150 points, or ing this output, the season against Webb, ended ina Webb, annually one of the s most was a good barometer of things come The played Glen and Ramona contests in these twoigames,i4O scored by the Warriors. The other teams had less difficult times against the Cadets- except for Carlsbad. ln this final game, the Lancers did not ice an T8-6 victory until the final gun. The defense played well, the impotence of attack in the shade of the goal posts proved the measure of the game. Ralphs and Duttenhofer were the defensive stalwarts. They were matched by the efforts of Turner Smith, Richard Dessert, Bob Poage, Croy Davis, and Dennis Knauert. Larry Richins, Russ Barrios, Todd Brundage, Dennis Black, Tom Cox, and Bill Sprague added weight to the line and plugged holes in the dike. Dick Fitzgerald and Richard Ede were at center. Kicking fell to the toes of Steve Grace and Fox. The past is history, the future looks good with many returning lettermen who will rewrite the story in the pages of the 1965 yearbook. Fox, DeGraffenreid, Burgess, Smith, Liebsack, Smith, and Cox are iuniors. Sophomores returning include Davis, Dessert, Nugent, Grace, and Black. Look for good things to come. L i ...Eggs ,ef 'Q 'tiff -. E .. , , - .- ,..A mb... L W, ,G I., 4 s ,S Q ' -'isa' "QM use 7 vw if I Qi? Ns' ' .9 .- ,V 'K ' s I . , f . -:Wg N 'ps - we 1 , 5 f ' w, ,Q ' :gp ' A Ls. 1 - is s s - 5 , ' x . g ,X . 4 A , V , --lc A - 3, 1 1:7 D.. I A A F: . . s 1 g up : K -Engwiywwg X S . bi so ' I' ' , a S is H .. . ,. -, N ,rs ,gy I A x J' . -Nwefffc'-Z?,i'i-W I fi A ii,-, 2. .. -we , I' . 3 W ... H + f .2 - ' wg ts. c ? .-fa m . 4.1 T . . 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A WARRIORS 20 WEBB 20 Webb came to town looking for a repeat performance of last year s humiliation ofthe Academy After excellent play ing on both sides the score at half time was 20 20 The second half was a defensive struggle with the War riors holding the advantage Still breaks dont lead to scores unless man and ball go into the end zone The ball did The man didnt WARRIORS I3 ORANGE GLEN 26 The defense held nicely throughout the first half until a thrilling 85 yard dash through the line stunned the Cadets The second half was a reversal of form as the offensive unit made one of its rare appearances The Knights played primarily a first half game gaining three touchdowns and three extra points however in return mg forthe second halt they were repelled by the Academy s fine defense Standing lor thc kick oft Collision! Below: Burg-eg llelow nghf C , , I I. ,ts W ' . . . ' 1. WARRIORS 6 SAN MARcos 27 ' A . . . . . . , .R X. I I I ' I gif I 1 e A I Below: Burgess runs for a gain. f ff V X .X f New vida? H fi? if sQfEiW4 Below right: Captains and coaches. extra I 4 i, 2 J il Nelson drives forward. Fox gains wilh Nielson's ii blocking. l T' 5 3 L Il l l l l , 1 l 7 l I' A ,Gus Q ll ll i naw" 9 1 '- Y l l I, i4 Burgess 2' oclion. lifw 1,3 ji l. if I l Z k ,,,.f , , lil 1: 40" .- f I 1 Nielson sweeps for a goin. Thenm L l28 ol, 'wg ee K -e--1-ee-x-e-e--,,, melee, Jw,-1.-.X l " jf-?':'f",Q ,- A l Nielson brought down. WARRIORS 6 RAMONA 14 No fumbles, no interceptions, and no penalties. Just in- ability to move the ball netted the Warriors a loss but estab- lished them as a first rate defensive team. WARRIORS 6 POWAY 34 Elsewhere in the sports world, Chicago announced the sale of Nelson Fox to Houston. San Diego sportscaster Al Coupee reported the albacore catch largest of the season. UCLA's water polo team scored a thrilling victory over Stanford. WARRIORS 6 CARLSBAD 18 The hometown rivalry was fought under damp conditions. Carlsbad, strong for two years, was a heavy favorite over the winless-Iuckless Cadets. ETS' 'ii - U- ,' ' -31 -xx - 1551,-. .lv .. . . - '. " - . K. - ' ' 3 V , - - . 1- Q,-'va.,,,,,'xHbQ.:, s A . . Y.. xv-4 - .. f 'fin' 1 "l.." . . . .. . V - f ' -, af. ---. - ,. -. -' ., ..-t i , ,- ' 'V I su- V ' , .H . V ' , V, Q .M r-: F w mfr- . s 1 -. - bbw , . , K . XI, . l n U' A V, , H , A f-A .. 'A . , Q x -S , Q ,h . X 'il' wie., .h Q -,ig ' - s. ' "" . 3 , ' , N. iii T -..,i,i,'T:', X- uqg' Y' U' 'I N xii rj 1 -- . is ' is ,wff N ' - ' I ' i ' -4' i"v'r5.J-". . ' K.--i.'m'i"-"fi,-'K' 1'-.-4."'?1 Coach Ron Smith's Junior Varsity finished the season with a dismal O-6 record. The most encouraging aspect, and it is only fair to find something good in defeat, was the consistent improvement of the team. In each of the first five losses, the opponent scored fewer points. The best efforts of the season were against San Marcos and Ramona. After the Ramona contest, the team eagerly awaited the season's finale against arch-rival Carlsbad. On the basis of statistics, the Cadets were improving so steadily that Carlsbad seemed on the verge of becoming the team's first and only victim. The bub- ble burst, however, once again proving that statistics in team sports are meaningless, the Academy was clobbered by a 311-O score, The same problems faced by the Varsity were experienced by the JV's. In addition, early season iniuries plagued the team. Stalwarts on offense and defense during the season in- cluded Edward Baker, Douglas Harwood, John Smith, James Muir, Chris Werner and AI Hopkins. Those backing up the squad included John Rowe, Ken Janovic, John deMonch, Michael Isbell and Richard Randol. The enthusiastic but inexperienced Warriors lost their first game to Capistrano by a score of 42-O. The offense never materialized and the defense was hard pressed the whole game. Orange Glen proved another disaster, 3I-O. In the San Marcos contest, defense was lacking, but the offense came alive and played its best game of the year. Still, it was ci defeat, 24-12. The Academy was a Poway victim, 20-O. The Ramona game proved to be the best played game of the season with the line holding up well, limiting Ramona to I3 points. Our only score resulted in a line plunge of six yards. And then, Carlsbad. J. Ingersoll, F. Burns, M. Leaf. Back row: Coach Ron Smith, J. Angles, M. Norbom, J. Arnold, J. Rowe, K. Jano vic, J. Smith, C. Werner, C. Poston, R. Martini, A. Hopkins, D. Faith. Center row: D. Lumello, C. Edwards, A. North, D. Toeller, J. Enequist, J. Muir D. Wallers, D. Harwood, R. Randol, B. Gelff. Front row: A. Modica, J. E. deMonch, A. Openshaw, E. Baker, M. Isbell ft' M' ICON C, 6 , od. rt tflrsjw rl Team COPIQ' :ns Ed Baker and Mike ,S bell J.V. FOCTB LL Gig, .y ftp, HC L IC 1. 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W, 1 -3 5 1.9. JL.. V .2 K -..L -Qs as , 1 1' C ' P L , D. Willshire, T. Jonker, V. Reynaud. Top left to right: Coach de Keiizer, J. Orueta, J. Pena, H. enci, . evy h R S tl'ff, G. Lee, R. Garcia, N. Cochrane. Bottom row: W. Stulck, A. Gregg, Second row: M. McCart y, . u i M. Blechynden, J. Bowman, E. Gronquist. The Academy was blessed with a team of experienced lettermen that was able to capture the league championship this year. The mountain school of Desert Sun wast e Irs the first to fall beneath the powerful Warriors. Doug Willshire and Herman Cenci scored the Academy's goals. But it was the Warrior's turn to fall when they met Polytfchnic. There was no score until the fourth quarter when Polytech took the lead, and the Academy's retaliatory goal by Cenc fied by an offsides penalty. Desert Sun challenged the Warriors for a second time, only to be defeated again. Cenci, Willshire, and Pete Levy scored for the Academy. After some non-league games the h f' tto host, and i was nuli- Academy again tackled Polytech and the championship hung in the balance. The Warriors, staying ahead the entire game, snatched the championship with aT2-l score. Robert De Valencia, although iniured in practice, was awarded Most Outstanding Player. Leading the team in goals, Herman Cenci was voted Most Valuable Player. Tony Jonker, another player who was iniured, won the trophy for Best Sportsman. 1 And Jim Bowman, the boy from Texas, who had never seen a soccer ball before, was awarded a trophy he most surely deserved, Most Improved Player. . I C-Z! A ANA' -l-v I ixi J AN ANA 4 T if 1 Top row: J. Orueta, D. Gleason, A. Guaiardo, C. Penney, I. Coppel, C. Canelos, E. Saad, S. Coppel, Mr. John deKeiizer, Soccer Coach. Second row: A. DeLaBarra, N. Janda, C. Davis, G. Stamos, T. Sheeter, C. Lind, D. Brookhart. Third row: G. Teget, M. Gregg, M. Schumacher. With an average height of 5' 2", the "little" Warriors of the Acad- emy's first "B" Soccer squad proved to be most successful this year. The "B's" first opponents were the mountain boys of Desert Sun. Desert Sun Iept ahead by three points early in the game, the only Academy point was scored in the final quarter by Constantine Canelos. At Polytechnic, the Warriors gained an early lead when Isaac Coppel drove for a score at the end of six minutes. The score remained l-O until late into the third quarter when Polytech finally made it between the posts, Then, in the fourth quarter, Polytech was awarded a free shot on an Academy foul. As luck would have it, their aim was true and they clinched the game, 2-l. Again the Warriors challenged Desert Sun. ln the first few moments of the game Isaac Coppel sneaked in a quick score, and in the third quarter the Academy scored again. The Warriors dominated the entire game and contained Desert Sun completely. The final score was 2-O. With a tie for first place in the balance, the Warriors met Polytech for the last game of the season. ln the first quarter, Constantino Canelos scored, but Poly retaliated in the second to tie the score. Tension built up after a scoreless third quarter, but Isaac Coppel came through in the last quarter to end the season with a victory. " " SCCCER Constantino Canelos forwards the ball in Poly ggmg A Chris Lind lets go with a beauty in the Desert Sun game WA' l31i ' 'Q 1 A T Wd E fi -1 1 3 il ii .4 Back row Chris Whitmore Greg Jackson Nick Cummings Ed De Grattenreid Jim Blankenship Front row 'is Manager Dick Fitzgerald, Jay Burgess, Gary luttel, larry Wight, Bill Nugent, Couch Richard Gronqulsl. ll 1 1 1- - i I 'lli 1 il, J i I l l s i ,i ll W, l ,ll x lv i ll. l ,l ll , l ,l lgi l it, ,C lf? lf! 'L fy, Kneeling: Bill Pickford, Roger Goddard. VARSITY SKETB This year's squad racked up an eight win, two loss record to snag second place in the Palomar League. Superior shoot- ing ability made up for the lack of height while the Acad- emy's speed and ballhandling was hard to surpass. The War- rior's suffered their only two losses to Carlsbad, the first place team. Chris Whitmore led the league in points scored, and Gary Luttel, who was the second highest scorer, was desig- nated the player of the year. Both were awarded positions on the all-league team. In the non-league Fallbrook Invitational Tournament, the Academy finished fourth out of eight participants. The Acad- emy lost to San Jacinto by four points in an overtime battle, and Cummings, first string center, was injured in the game against Hemet, the tourney champion. Goddord dflV05 for lwo- Lullel fights for llie bClll. 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N V . 4 Q N M I ' X V 2 9 Q 9 L J .yi Y Q -UN.-.-0 kr sl It if it X Xfg , T' "' Hxg 4 . g if My ,XNA 4 I, rv ig, X X X3 4 Q 1 ii 2 3 I XM, J 155. :.,.....-t.uz.:'tt93:7ff1. , ' ' QL ' r -.:::.-sis-fax" 4 i ... . f mf' nlllhblv :fl E f rf' K-'3"l Back row: Jim Martini, Steve Lucas, George Willis, George Follett, Jeff Blankenship, Marc Bering. Front row: Manager Dick Fitzgerald, Isaac Coppel, Eric Gronquist, Jim Arnold, Jose Pena, Sergio Coppel, Coach R' h ' ' ic ard Gronquist. Kneeling: Spencer Hoopes, Joe Liebsack, Richard Ede. comm ACADEMY OPPONENT poway 43 62 39 Carlsbad 39 50 Ramona 29 30 53 San Marcos 38 33 Orange Glen 48 36 54 ACADEMY OPPONENT 79 Poway 23 42 ' Carlsbad 40 49 ,4 Ramona 35 24 D San Marcos 35 24 Orange Glen 48 42 1 r Lucas shoots, constantly. Follett sinks one from the corner. The i three losses, then slowly developed by winning two and losing two, and finished strong with three consecutive wins. The team was captained by Steve Lucas, the team's outside shooter. Marc Bering was high scorer and Jeff Blankenship was the team's best rebounder. The first string was rounded out by Eric Gronquist and Joe Liebsack. The constant im- provement of the Junior Varsity promises a healthy future for next year. nexperienced J.V. team opened the season with Blankenship drives for two. J - i A I i i ! l Q-uv-. .315 3' AIX!! ,Pr dl Standing: Dennis Tisdell, Chris Ellison, David Faith, Coach Ron Smith, David Wallers, Noel Janda, .lim Van Sickle. Kneeling: Charles Ford, Peter Martin, William Elwell, Chip Slavin, Robert Rose, David Gleason. i sl i iq. l- 1 lf . l i ' l J- gt i i i 4!"1 ' f ,il Nil I li lt 2 e i 1' 's 1 . i Chris Ellison played left forward, and Chip Slavin played Wallers. Jim Van Sickle and David Gleason played guard left guard, Charlie Ford held down the right forward position, while Noel Janda and Bill Elwell played forward. Although Q qfyhb and Pete Martin took right guard. 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Competing in the 100 yard dash this year were Chris Liv- ingston, Roberto DeValencia, Jose Pena, cmd Eric Gronquist. Rellie Lawyer, Dennis Sigel, and Robert Wilkins ran the l320. and DeValencia and Pena ran the 220. The relay team was The Relay team: Livingston, Gronquist, DeValencia, and Pena. comprised of Pena, Livingston, Gronquist and DeValencia. Fred Burns and Steve Lang ran the 660, while Rich Gordon attenmpted the pole vault and the hurdles. Ron Colby partici- pated in the shot put competition. " " TRACK l Back Row: Ron Colby, Tom Wilkens, Rick Gordon, Fred Burns, Steve Lang, Dennis Sigel. Front Row: Coach Ewell Ducote, Chris Livingston, Rellie Lawyer, Roberto DeValencia, .lose Pena, Eric Gronquist. gs..- ,pf JV , ,Q-'rf ps. L..- ,V f'.f7z.3,4 fgggjfff M fs , M.,-f"f"t " Q' ff iw mm ff .,-4 .' A V Qu f'. fe .1 lf' A' f .M-.,,!.r2f.f-L, M "'4f'f'?"'Kr f f ' 3. ':jMc,Z7-,xt , , Ll. . 2, .qt-it rw f. 1 ,pg wg. f ,,, . 4. .M A -, ' ffm f-4: ,ff , . 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Kneeling: Rodger Goddard, Chris Werner Chris Whitmore Ed DeGraffenreid Larry Richins, Fred Shapiro, Ed Baker. Sitting: The Maffucci boys. VARSITY This year's returning lettermen, Gary Luttel, Chris Whit- more, Larry Richins, and Gregg Geissler were the leading forces in the team. Geissler took the catcher's position, Chris Werner and Steve Grace pitched, and Gary Luttel and Mike Isbell played short stop. Richins played first base, Whitmore second, and Ed DeGraffenreid and Fred Shapiro held down third. Bill Nugent covered center field, Rockwell took left field, and Roger Goddard and Ed Baker played right. Richard Ede also played in the outfield. ln pre-season non-league competition the Warriors defeated San Miguel twice, and then lost to Carlsbad and Capistrano. , x -Q A 4Wf ,, fwffbfifm Gfcce Pvlls l f 4 -W ,- his shirl Will" We do n'f win much, but we sure look hard. in. An I lv- 4 f iw- W me We lx . N '-un meh' i f W l rl X l f 9 And again, and again, and again , ,, Coach Maffucci presents . . . "But Coach, you're ineligible." -v-5 l 3 . 4, , t ff ,f -1.1 ! A , X t A. , A , F f r W , If X f , fc, 4 xx f , nf 4 X ' L f' ' XA , , I , , . , . f, , A - 5 A , 4 z , ,E it f Ar J K .4 ,I ,N 5 X x i ' , lit A X f ,4 , A fy I iw ff, .Iv 3 Z x f V A wh ' l 4 , 4 . r 1 it 3 QM 'A ,,: . U, V, 5, ' . 5 A., X 3 M A ff l 1 it xt . K '-+A. Qt" A57 ,V A W A 'ex 1 Standing: Juan De Cima, Dennis Black, Erle Culppepper, Jim Arnold, Mike McCarthy, Dave Faith, Pete Hardell, John Ratterree, Norm Ream, Chauncey Poston, Dan Lumello.Kneeling: Doug Harwood, Al North, Jon Ingersoll, Constantino Canelos, Harvey Shaffer. it i I r Q t Q J 1 t l I lv li g, . . . . . . tit Coach Sharkey did an excellent qob by training .the in- second, and Arnold held down third. Culpepper cmd ex erienced team cmd whi in them into sha e. Althou h McCarth itched while Ratterree and Black took the ill ' they lost most of their pre-season games, their league season catcher positions. Ruiz played short stop. The fielders were 1 l was a reciabl lm roved. North ln ersoll Canelos Lumello Poston Hardell and W, I I I I I I fli . ' . ' "UT " ,ly Harwood played first base, Faith and Shaffer played De Clma. lf'-If lx ,,,.s...." f :r,AAA-'F-ff ' ltf?3f -ff" 3 Rf' ,f a , 'QC-,5 Jil ' if 2 c .A Ja- - I ' i X it , il AA X 1 Z 1 1' P Nec 1 I s X l ' 'v -,,. 41 Shaffer scoops up a grounder during a practice session. Culpepper pitches a grounder. if -- ' ' i 'u , t A. ,A f , A L N 5 .tvt am- sp- i1AfA" ' "2?'?1"tA- iffy' . . It .J r .A . f ff fi ' ,A t - l ' J ,r 1 ijyfgffl 31 W, 'i 'M ft"' f,Q.'l2f,g 5 l l ' - 4, 4 ' , pdjzf ,, ff.:-'A . 1' ,:' , V , , V 'fi .gh-.A . ff AA fy,-if-'?,2fwfiiQf Z 'i 'tw I Q 'Ll . s 2 ,gif -' "fu ,A 'fc 55' .' '. 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' f" 1 . , X W s w I ' i . 1 f , A Q '- Q f V1 'N-X fe. pepper and :ck took the e Qeiders were Horde-H, and a H,-""' ,,,,.-,,,...M 1.LL -He C X Ek pwwf ' 4 wh 'fam SPCRTS 1 1 ' 1 :JW t A 4 if 1 is , . w ife - A l T, f ' '1:A .7 , ",' , . , ,. -, , , lift t l Z Mfwi t l l l l t M li lf l r l i l ffl l Under the new leader-E ship of Coach Smith, the! A swimming team has donel ml surprisingly well. Muir, Blan-Q ll t t 2 . l " K, l .tl e 2 S.. i t 11 fat ll' I Walters looks good against competition. Stvlck lflkes G dltfe- w t I '1 .All il , Q lil t l , 1: The tennis team has great potential with six returning tw T" lettermen. The team was slowed down by the late arrival nt of several key players from basketball. The singles are composed of Steve Lucas, Tony Jonker, Bob GelFf, and iii Richard Fitzgerald. The doubles are played by Russ Nichols and Bob Menzies, and Marty Norbom and Winston Potts. t 1 The team has fared well in non-league matches and looks li forward to its third consecutive Palomar League Champion- . ship. lx l l kenship, Randol, and Mid-l dleton comprised the medleyt relay team. Cummings swaml the too and 500 free stylei ' while the 200 and 400 were 'J l , Q ' wmglbiq 1, fm.. - . X XY" P ' l "VJ 3 ,J , .ffl I X lil i .lonker returns from the base line lf T i NL. 'i 94 c ,, ' T ,, the J' 4 v ' 5 ink.. Steve Yetter, Tim lgo, Sam Patterson, George Willis, Bill Stulck, Dan Guild, Coach Ron Smith, Spencer Hoopes, Ted Metzger, Jim Muir, Tony Guenther, John Creon, Jim Blankenship, Chris Ellison, Nick Cummings, Bruce Tunis, Dave Middleton, Bob Simpson, Rick Rondol, Chris Edwards, Tony Modica, Joe Guild, John Mitchell. , , ,-ffvmf ' My , ,Zi Eff f V ' .- .Q V., ,I .I- MO , ,Q tip of Coach Smit, dimming team has :rprisingly well. Muir, enship, Randol, andl leton comprised thenl :lay team. Cummings te IOO and 500 hile the 200 Gnd Q I fi ' I , ' ,.,,4. ,,,f. Y,,,.p-Y" V I , 5,4710 ww ' f X " . J li f ,,,W,,,W,Mm I I ,A . 1 4,7QMy,,,W,4i!W7"", fi f ,W "ls.,,w, ww' , I ,f+"W" l i l, TNIIVIIN ivum by Joe Guild. Blan- Under me newlllanship swam the 100 but- Verfly, and Hoopes tackled lite 100 back stroke. Bill Ttulck and Dan Guild en- :red the diving competi- ns. Chris Edwards was the , arrors' distance swimmer. QC c..,Qf'i is WSW i i 1 5 0 4 , i i ,I -f , J r an-wf Fitzgerald rushes to the net. bow lille ' WA- M! M 1 MSX . Q ,, , Q , I 1 . x, f ,c " ' hc .. J W . . 0 f, A as 3 gi.. , sf 4 , fl , .Y 1 1 X TQ! f 'rp' 1 ' ' , f 'Z 1 "rw 'X fc ? is .N - , ,,, Q. ,, V , , 5 5 :Q 6 , -, ei QW, ,, fi I , .- 1 V- .I ff Q 7. 1.741 Ju, ,ff f 9+ ' 4 . 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The only sport in which the Junior School is able to play other teams is baseball. Playing an independent schedule the team traveled to San Diego to play the Francis Parker School in a series of four games. Other games were played against teams from Oceanside, Carlsbad, and other neigh- boring communities. Those Cadets not participating in the baseball activities compete in intramural track as well as competitions against other local teams. The play-off games in football were held in early Decem- ber. Robert Phillip's team edged Scott Woodward's squad by a mere 14-12. Then the team led by Ray Smith defeated Jim Smith's team 7-6, and Woodward's defeated Ray Smith's. In the final game, Phillip's team stomped Woodward's to cap- ture the championship. ln basketball, Steve Jensen's team lost to the team led by Jim Smith to give Smith's team the championship. 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Assisting Major Fitzgerald in the capacity of Battalion Ex- ecutive Ofticer was Cadet Captain Richard Ede. Bearing much of the responsibility for the running of the battalion, CUPtain Ede has done a remarkable job. Cadet Captain Kenneth Rogers held the position ot Adjut- ant this year. Known tor his excellent P.A. and personal bear- ln9 at all times, Captain Rogers was a definite asset to the Academy. Taking care of the vast quantities of paper work, training, chedules, and special orders, was Cadet lst Lt. Tony Jonker. ll- Jonker did an excellent job at keeping the S-3 Department In fine shape this year. S ,,,, . 1, . Cadet Major Richard Fitzgerald discusses A tactical problem with Captain Burgess. l L I l. J i l ll Ii I v l I l 1 u j is l 1 . i l ,gil l1 . I J I R L ' 1 1 'Ii . 1, ii 'M I gr F3 ,A f 1 Q!! L f MMI . V Q I .gg l 15 y Ui a +4 ' fi -E +2 . I w L: ! . 'x I v i .Y I . 4' 1 fl V1 IW. 5. . . 'u P 51 'E 1 ,iiiiifn a. 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CHRIS WHITMORE Company Guidon PHIL MILLER Ist Platoon Leader GARY LUTTEL 2nd Platoon Leader I ' JON NEILSON COIVIFI 9 e o HBV' 1mander LPHS at Sgf. 'MORE iuidon IER Leader IIEI leader SON I--eq f I . gy- L I H y If I ,L If 5. A' f ao r I , - f f . , I ' . A 5 .QM I .I 51 . I ff If iffy fi , . ' 7 'lf fa 1' ' - . ,, ff f gi Q J 4 Af F 4, f w 45 H 'fi , X A . ' ff 'Z Si' 4 , f I f 'V , f , . fff f 1 Q A X 4 ffgffffffkd I 1 ,lf ' Z U xv igd, if jr, vu f , I I I 7 ff! 'ff fa V, 1 ' M f f 1 ,, , , , W if l Q5 - I I fi 1 M 1 6 5 qi in K I R 4 N L 5 ' 'Z' J '7 :iff -4 4 ' NI " 'L I ' . I ' " + 1 is f - 'rf , , K f nd I 'ff , J ' wxh A -- - I' I f 4' fra 1 fb. Q 5 :xx " ' 5 A I I' I ,yy Q? Q EW My A' 3 K J Y N A Z ,x 15+ A! W 5? I ,xl ' .V ' 1 I 1 if 4' ,n X 4 1? ti f 0, Igbx H ff. Iv I , . 'f I I ' 9 gr. A , . f ,f I ,S 'f ,, - A 1 a W 'V Q 4 A K . 'I J cs ff ff 1 - f I U sg X 7 f , v f ' ,. A' ' MMM 'N A i J ish' tv 'N Q f ff ,My 41 ' ,M ' I 1 O f Zig 'f , G ' 4 H n jf LU 'Z V 4 1 A Q f Qfjhfn W f I ' A -Q ER 5 MW 45 I If I A L A !Z7f'X , I ' 0 1 d r 4 ' 'V fy' I at ij My fx I xg h ' , ' 1 if X f W Q2 der , , I I NESS, 3 yr' x . A 6' 4' E29 ftnx , . , -' I ..:g , ' ' g.S.,g!"' T34 - ,,.L1.,nw -N f ' , . ,, ' V af- -. -Wi' rh ggff-'g3ff,,. M, f S 1f2'.Rf53i'-'2111 ' V .J fs S . 1-A 315 Q, 'V,,' 1 .1 h v W A NH- QAM 9' B-vu. . - COMPANY "C" Company Commander STEVE KATZMANN Company Ist Sgt. NELSON COCHRANE Company Guidon CHRIS LIVINGSTON Ist Platoon Leader STUART PETERS 2nd Platoon Leader MICHAEL IZBICKI NY OFFICERS COMPANY "D" Company Commander JAMES SMITH Ist Platoon Leader SCOTT WOODWARD T71 AQ , N W 9 M f , W .fr f ix X f 1 Y 'bf I x X Z, W WA ii fe 6 Y Q ' Wi' gpg , Si? X is AAAAA f Q Q wg -any SQ. lvm..l THR J wmv' 131: .,.,,' M.- -: tvfsii fl. fs,',A?4 v 21 , iff ' nip- f , f l Capt. Alan Gregg, 2nd lt. Dar Hansen, 2nd Lt. Skip Wilks, lst Lt. Ron Nevares. The Military Band is one of the most essential parts of the Academy. lt performs at all of the monthly parades and for the assemblies in the auditorium. Directed by Maior Al Polhamus, the band is under the com- mand of Captain Alan Gregg, assisted by Ron Nevares, lst Lt., Dar Hansen, 2nd Lt., Skip Wilks, 2nd Lt., and Mike Gregg, MXSGT. This year the band entered in the Carlsbad Spring Holiday Parade, an annual event for this band. lt also performed for all the football games whether on campus or off and added greatly to the spirit of the campus. AND Capl.BUl2GESS , l NW Standing: Charles Lindauer, Turner Smith, Mike Roth- man, Cliff Neyenesch, Mark Leaf, Paul Coffman, David Brookhart, Kneeling: John Lee, John Wilks, Van Joyce, Richard Fitzgerald and William Cope. With confidence and self-determination, this year's Rifle Team has striven for the Nation's top honors under the direction of its coach, Lt. Vernon Bruce, and Team Captain, Van Joyce. The team participated in the Texas A8.l, the 6th Army, the National Defense Cadet Corps, and the UCLA Invitational matches. The team consists of three teams of five cadets each. Members are chosen by scores in qualifying matches. "Say, this reminds me of the time . . ." Members of the first team are Van Joyce, John Wilks, Richard Fitzgerald, William Cope and Turner Smith. The second team consists of John Lee, Mike Rothman, Paul Coffman, Charles Lindauer, and Paul Krueger. The third team members are Steve Johnson, David Brookhart, Cliff Neyenesch, Mark Leaf and Charles Pellman. R FLE TEAM JR L Top men on rifle team got their iust reward. Brave as they were, they refused blind- John Wllks assumes his f9'l'0"lTe Pffslflon- T K folds. John Lee, John Wilks, Van Joyce, Richard Fitzgerald and William Cope. fr? "x,,Z,WAw.,,,.,, vimuuptbb. , 3 1 R C ' L. of llte lil-neu ii R I i l i i S, time iiigiii i consists ot loin fnmywwiwfdhismwwmiaihsi ei f ' ., r I1""" I-A-:,. ,, , . QL q.. 1.-. -..... .n .ne una ' .al 1' li i' 4 , ,. s . l ..,.,,,, ix l ,V , Q, - l Plt. Leader, Van Joyce, Plt. Sgt., Brian Gridleyg lst Sqd. - Robin Miller, Croy Davis, Bob Sutliff, Larry Wight, ' Bill Sprague, Brad Smith, Dan Lumello, Chris Ellison, David Brookhart, 2nd Sqd.-Russ Nichols, John Brown, Mike Dotts, Stew Lang, Tom Ritter, Bob Gelff, Cliff Neyenesch, Paul Krueger, 3rd Sqd. - Edward Kuhn, Michael Scott, James Blankenship, Vaughn Rosemund, Tony Guenther, Todd Brundoge, Russ Barrios, Marc Silverman, Steve Yetter, 4th Sqd. - Jay Gillette, Tom Cox, Jeff Blankenship, Chris Edwards, Tim Igo, Nor- nd Paul Kruegeil chart, Clilf Neyenesi i l i ed bliil- i 1 man Ream, AI Hopkins, Clark Ephrom. l i DRILL PLATOON U5 - . . fefeflllelle l General Lolll reviews the Honor Guard. ,nd Mlliom COW' ' e 1 I 1 f .,l ,. "f"f7T"l'l ?""' .E-I.. Under the leadership of Lt. Van Joyce, this year's drill platoon is one of the finest in the history of the Academy. Representing the Academy at official functions as the honor guard, and as the drill platoon at the llth Naval Dist- rict Competition, it has functioned extremely well. The platoon acted as the honor guard for Maior General Lolli's visitation to the Academy, and he complimented them on their military bearing and excellence. Letters of congratu- lations were written to Lt. Joyce, Capt. Burgess, and Maior Atkinson, on the performance of the group and the school -irq' :Gi as a whole. This years Platoon Sgt. was Mf'Sgt. Brian Gridley. Squad leaders were MfSgt. Croy Davis, M Sgt. Russell Nichols, MfSgt. Edward Kuhn, and M Sgt. Jay Gillette. 7 Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Allerdyce Mr. and Mrs. Miles L. Arnold Cdr. and Mrs. H. O. Ashmore Col. W, C. Atkinson Major and Mrs. W. C. Atkinson, JF- M r M r Dr. M r and Mrs. Cruz G. Barrios and Mrs. J. C. Beesemyer and Mrs. Robert L. Bennett and Mrs. C. W. Besserer Mrs. Kathryn F. Black Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Blower Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Boetticher Dr. Arch Bradshaw Mr. G. N. Brookhart Mr. and Mrs. John A. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Keene Brundage Mr. W. E. Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Butler Mr and Mrs. A. A. Burnand Mr. and Mrs. James Cash Miss Sandra Cawthorne Mrs. listher Lee Clarke Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cleary Mr. and Mrs. Frank W, Cochrane Mrs. J. 'I'. Coffman Mr. Don l.. Colby Major and Mrs. Dean S. Collins Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cook Mr. Carlos Cordero Mi. and Mrs. Czilvin M. Cory Mr Mr Mr Mr and Mrs. G. A. Cox James W. Crump and Mrs. G. Q. Decker and Mrs. R. B. Dessert, Jr. Dean and Mrs. Raymond C. Ede Mr. George E. Ellison Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Major Phil B. Mr Mr Mr Dr. Mr Mr Mr. Mr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs David L. Enequist O. P. Fitzgerald, Jr. Freeburn John Foster Boyd Fountain Robert D. Garland Michael Giansiracusa J. O. Gillette Roger A. Gleason Roosevelt Glenn E. V. Goddard Mrs. B. E. Gridley Mr. and Mrs. Ignacio A. Guarjardo Mr. and Mrs. Lowell H. Hall Miss Mildred Hamlyn Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hamlyn Mr. H. B. Haught Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Major and Mrs. C. L. Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Izbicki Mr. F. Merton Jeanes Mrs. Zena F. Jones Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Jonker Cdr. and Mrs. Fred J. Joyce Mrs. M3142 Mr. and Ml Edward L. Mrs. Rellie Mr. and M1 William P. Mrs. Dolori Dr. and Mr: Mr. and Mr Dr. and Mrs Capt. and M Miss Jeanet Mrs. Elfin ll Mr. Harold I Mrs, Evelyn Mr. Robert l Mr. and Mrs Mr. and MPS Dlfand Mrs' liirs, E. B. N Mr, and MTS' lffr, Mark P 3. LF, Arthur I Ml, MPS Tr. and MPS. -I XPS, Erman .lr. and Mrs. l Ir' and Mrs nd Mrs Mp' a ' Pa' Jr, :1 :usa 1 1rd0 atrons Mrs. Margaret N. Kanzee Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Kuhn Edward L. Loghlin, M.D. Mrs. Rellie E. Lawyer Mr. and Mrs. Travis H. Lewin William P. Longmire, Jr., M.D. Mrs. Dolores D. Lumello Dr. and Mrs. Harry C. Mahan Mr. and Mrs. R. A. L. Menzies Dr. and Mrs. James J. Mitchell Capt. and Mrs. R. N. Moffat Miss Jeanette Monsegur Mrs. Elfin Moses Mr. Harold R. Moses Mrs. Evelyn A. Muir Mr. Robert Muyco ' Mr. and Mrs. Lyle W. Nesseth Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Neyenesch Dr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Nielson Mrs. E. B. Noble Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Norbom Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Openshaw Mr. Mark Pape Mr. Arthur L. Park Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Penney Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Phinny Mrs. Erman E. Quick Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rasmussen Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Richins Mr. and Mrs. James C. Rice .14 Sagzfe fo Our f-Qafrofu ju CALM off 964, Me Sha!! off, Me .14c6'ufa anal me Corin of Cacfefi o!.f4rmy ana! 77auy nf .Affllleilly are ZIPLYJAQ gl'fl!6"!:l!,!0I' tAP Lilllllltfdj alll! gene:-o.u'fy of fAe lJafron.5 A.1fecl6elfJ1u,!0r fAe1'r con- friAufz'onJ macle IJOJJIAA .760 ..!4t4.ll!fllll OXIQG4 M J- f 4, are .ienc :ng a comp inzenfarg copy of our year- Loolf, :vim our fAClllAJ lo fAe .f4c4'ufanf .4,JonJorJ. Winifred W. Ridge Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. C. Rogers Anthony J. Romero Harry Rothman Harry B. Seelig Thomas W. Sefton and Mrs. R. L. Simpson Mrs. Dorothy M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Edmund M. Smith Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Smith Dr. and Mrs. T. Burton Smith, Jr. Mrs. Henry W. Snyder Dr. and Mrs. Charles Sparkuhl Mrs. Frederick A. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Sprague Capt. David S. Stoll Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stott Mr. and Mrs. Leo c. Sutliff Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tisdell Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trollope Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Turney Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Vincent Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wald Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. .Walter Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Wedgewood Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Whitman Mr. Charles E. Whitmore Dr. and Mrs. James B. Wight Mr. and Mrs. Neal D. York Mrs. George Zohrlaut Hal. Wdimm ,4Z66a4an President of A. N. A. glue .fdolminid frafion ana! jacuhg exfenv! fizeir congrafufafionfi fo eaclz manager of flee 75145 65444, 7964 CONGRATULATICNS AND BEST wlsl-:Es TO THE CLASS CF "64" Mr. and Mrs. 0.P. Fitzgerald, Jr. and Family CCDNGRATULATIONS TO Tn-ua cLAss on: 1964 FROM H I LTON'S CLEAN ERS 1412 'V"5S'0N ROAD OCEANSIDE, CALIFORNIA 0 5 TEN BOAT Elf ,f ir .1 . A. -ci F . .f df EJ oz' Axis -'A' I-a f " .37 ,--xx "- Sr g , -rg. 1 K-x ' uf, cou IN. S Ci-Lf GOLF l 'R' s 9 - .. TENNls 4iiLAM.N0,.,2 BCATINC ELCA f'iI4jT!l' - '. ilqxtgn' 'fam I i ,. VA - F 'li A Tu lip , , 4 It ,. ...J . f 1 it 'I I ' I , C"- H-f-4 - 34 A 1. lx tl 'ff A inte, -f 2 J stamina- "--...': ' .f 'lt ,JC ' I A-.f6.'3M, U " QCOIIIITRYCLUB' ' I If in 'X N .L I f xfq. ' . . , I x . -- . V 'L' uk- :--I E sf-'V "1 ,I-. ' rv ii-tlvv-.ZLL S1A.,if :y,' 1,1, A .i " 'S l" f' .I . 'T x ,fl .IW 'I' "' A E ' Fw ,,-K " I uf," 'T Ms- 1'i dt., ,u.A- . ff .. , 1 .Mfflglj L: L grip v I .I L 41, 9,11 H v My .-ll'l,.'1.gJfao .". a. , -" ' . - . . :filing-L, COUNTRY CLUB 3202 vim Way Oceanside Best Wishes to the Graduating Class and To Future Graduates MOTEL SCANDIA Carlsbad California A , Best Wishes to the Class of '64 Foodland Super Market 2971 State St. Carlsbad l l QQ., H 1 1' IJ' ww f .sf f QQ Muumc SUPPLY ' SCHOOL ' TEAM ' IIIIJIVIDIIAI. Complete Stoclr Athletic Clothing 81 Equipment for i' BASKETBALL 'lr FOOTBALL i' TRACK 'k TENNIS 'k GOLF k ARCHERY 0 ETC. MAC GREGOR SPAULDING we nsuvn W E VO., l745-2032 ll l AND OTHERS DY'S ATHLETIC SUPPLY GOODBO 237 E anno Esconoloo HUXLEY CLOTHES 262 SOUTH BEVERLY DRIVE BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA 2992 State Street Carlsbad, California BOB'S SHOE SERVICE BOB COLLINGS Guaranteed Shoe Repairing Complete Line Polish, Laces, Insoles, Oils ,fir F ff! ff' .1 ,M . in! EIHYIII Best Wishes to the Class of "64" A QWABCO ,,,,, Gorman, California 9 Q un BAUER LUMBER CC. A SLIVER OR A TRAINLOAD LUMBER AND BUILDING SUPPLIES CHARLES RUSSELL CARLSBAD MANAGER 729-234I If I ' n 51 IIA 0, I IIIIIIIII' Bl , I II Ii AL Ii I WW I CONTR is I I I I I 5301 VA I I L05 AF I fl I I I, I I I I JIISEPI I I I 1502 LI I I LCIS Vg X I I I I I I I I I30, I I I 8 2 6 I, ff- 'S .X 'v' M 'S -Q f--I4 ' fx' --' Ms- 'I fy -h-- - ' Y- - ' 5' - I: - ' - I - 4 ' A ' I - xv-f-f I L., J, ,Ir-,wmvIvy:-4fw'I,,w-yes-MilmwugV , V L i Wqalg"flF3"V"I fl 'C California BER CO. QMNLOAD JILDING l CARLSBAD 729-234' Everything 8. Anything for Building iBudget Terrnsl ST. MALO LUMBER COMPANY Oceanside, California l702 South Hill US, Highway lOl Merideth 722-8247 N. BEST WISHES FROM AL ASHER AND SONS CONTRACTORS EQUIPMENT 5301 VALLEY BOULEVARD LOS ANGELES 32. 225-22.95 Compliments of JOSEPH DENTAL LABORATORY 1502 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas Nevada 382-4554 Best Wishes to the Class of '64 "Happy" John Frenzel L.A. Times 306 Wisconsin Oceanside GS vegas airomoiives Everything for the Flier McCarran Field Vegos Nevada Best Wishes tothe Class BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF H196-1" Mr. gl Mrs. Leonard Goldman Phoenix, Arizona DEALERS NVHOLESALE OF NEVADA BUILDING MATERIALS FRANK A. SCOTT - PRESIDENT 924 South A Street Las Vegas, Nevada 382-5290 B.W. PEROVICH CONSTRUCTION CO . General Engineering Contractors Cement Mortar Linnings B.W. PEROVICH P.O. Box 7 San Marino, California CGMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS QF 1964 RANCHO SAMATAQUMA P.O. Box '7 Desoano, Californla Best Wishes to the Class of 1964 EL TROVATORE IVICJTEL Kingsrnan, .Arizona Highway 66 Skyline 3-2149 Congruiulutions to the Class of 1964 SAL SAGE V HOTEL DOWNTQWN LAS VEGAS NEAR EVERYTHING CORNER MAIN AND FREMONT PHONE 382-3510 FENNEL AND CHRISTIANSEN Sends best wishes fo The Class of "l964" To The ARMY Sz NAVY ACADEMY . CARLSBAD, CALIFORNIA Best Wishes Always THE LETTERMEN Jimmy Pike 2796 Carlsbad Blvd. Carlsbad, California Bobby Engermann Tony Butala f CONGRATULATIONS TO S 19.0. 186 THE CLASS OF '64 Mrs Ka M1's.A.E. Ball Box 71:3 Ln Jolla, Cfllifornifl MISSION SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER OCEANSIDE 0 205 N. I-lill 2922 Sfafe Sf Oceanside Carlsbad TY A T111 ., I I 4oPPlNG E 29225494 CONGRATULATIQNS T0 THE CLASS OF "64" f GRCDVE FQAIVIBLER 1222 Garden Grove Blvd. Garden Grove, California JE 4 - 4545 Mr. Jay C. Beesemy CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST vvlsl-IES TO THE CLASS oF '64 Mr. :Q MVS. Edward D. 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DRAPERIES Upholstery . E l gpg E Drapery 8. UpholsteryEFcbrics ' -. .x fa ult if-f,uuf'l1' :-lff - C-2, l839-A South Hill Street A '1 E Oceanside, Calif ,. 729-6314 cemaife mozfuaw R O B E R T C O O N OCEANSIDE CALIFORNIA CDNGRATULATIONS cmd BEST WISHES from OCEANSIDE CHAMBER of COMMERCE 510 41h STREET GCEANSIDE CALIFORNIA "E Q Q Fobrics ide, Co! 314 CE RW C ongratulations coonfiun 'C O 15 h G RIVIERA SHELL SERVICE FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Class of H64-" MECHANIC ON DUTY DR. AND MRS. J.H. NIELSON PROFESSIONAL TUNE-UP a BRAKE SERVICE I AND FAMILY - ROBERT sc:-IWARZ 1920 som-H CATALINA FRONTIER REDONDO BEACH ,v , r. 4 ri.1:'L'.'. f F'? t"'t A Couzftesy of :14 ROBE51-E523,GU'D Mcmfleet di Van Ness - TELEPHONE 8-9451 A Mcwfket 6 -1600 San Fwmcisco 225 RIDGECREST BLVD P. O. BOX 215 RIDGECREST, CALIF. X' DISTRICT MGR. Fishing Tennis, Rockets Athletic Goode and CQMPLIMENTS OF Hunting Restringing Golf Mr. Sz Mrs. John F. 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PRESTIGE LIVING, AT HALF THE and suites, complete with electric kitchens, at desirable monthly Hal Mo on Inn For Information, cull 224-3-Ill ITI 1180 Yficht Hfuboi Diive CO.VGRfITUL.fITIONS CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE TO THI1' CLASS OF I964 CLA-ISS Ol" "GTI" SCANDIA BAKERY MISSION CAR VVASI-I f I ' 'Wvfl vi "Mc Occfmsclc .llfssmn ,Ima OCYNIIISIIIII' '-' 1' Z' ""-' " 1 n I Iii-is Iziwiu I-IQHPIIIIW A I CONGRATULATIONS OOODYEAR TIRE 'rw 'riffs x l HEADQUARTERS c'f.iI.s.s wif --nl" PRODUCTS ' 1151 U 'h I 5 B 2 I'l UUE Q8 OCEANSIDE II PRICE .... Luxurious waterfront room, rates .... 220 Boat Slips. I yi' l I1 Shelter I 107 South Hill Street Oceonside, Colifornio :A T HALF X 'f Wlien you think of Waterfroni Q I spirits-think of I WWII, : 1 A f -LIU LIUP15 I II I Supsfnonthly Telephone Angel A. Crosthwoite n 0 722-7255 Proprietor John l. llennetl BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ' "64" FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Oelff Bros. Boil Bonds Los Angeles, Colif 02111224-II2 MA 4- I 778 DHV9 601 MISSION OCISANSIDE, CALIFORNIA TI ON S Best Wishes to the Busg 722-761 I Closs of '64 Res: 722-2932 CONGRATU LATIONS To THE W. L. Hotter Ins. Agency All Forms of lnsuronce CLASS oF -'em' Representing l7l8 S. Hill Street THE TRAVELERS P. O. Box 598 Hortforcl, Connecticut Oceonsicle, Colifornio Oceanside GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB TlON5 Locoted between El Centro ,5 E ,B, g ,,MlQ-Tig-L oncl Holtville " ,6-4:1 2034 S. Hill St. phone 722-2208 Oceanside, Colif. lf I REAL ESTATE 4 I V -1 INSURANCE A Since 1925 A Since 1925 Homes 0 ndustriol ond ' : Eire H :'gl"I::'2O2!f,On . osuo o n i Beach property Commerclol ' 0 Public mobility 0 Bondi Income Property 0 Property Monogernent . 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From I0 acres of rented 'and to its now 700 acres Knott s Berry Farm and Ghost Town typrfies the courage falth and work that bunlt the Old West Here at Knott s prlceless helrlooms of the mmmg towns of the southwest are preserved for oncommg generatxons Here vlsltors can step 1nto an almost forgotten era ot hlgh adventure and excitement of sxmpllcxty and charm Here at Knott s IS an hlstorlcal and educatlonal landmark 1 remmder of the past that reklndles tfuth ln the future for m1lI1ons Mrs Knott s Chlcken Dmner Restaurant Open Dazly The Steak House Open Dazly KNUTTS 22135523 52333 On Beach Blvd CHWY 399 2 m11es South of Santa Ana Freeway BUENA PARK CALIFORNIA T hi SIDSWTH ' E M95 Of 3' xl Luv r W' THE A 4 Y Congr Wishe CONGRATULATIONS TO X V .,.., O BEST WISHES THE CLASS OF 1964 ' 5 A TO THE CLASS OF Wgdg 1 9 es 4 Btkfmsuif 2 fi 0, g if- nqslfwd 9 TV 8: 5 APPLIANCE f Phan.: 129-5904 A sro SMITH - OWNER 2e4o sure smear A ICF C95 CLASS OF .33 CARLSBAD CALIFORNI ' Arden Farms Co H36 K St. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class Congratulations and Best M1964 W' ln t the Class of ls es O 1964 Compliments of me. Q T ., ' RAY E. METCALF -- nv eff' ,Q ,L ' PHOTOGRAPHY I 4 A x f H3 N. Hill Street wr ' ' Oceanside ' T tv 29305 tate Street Carlsbad, Calif. -5 '.lu,l -r GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1 . -A 4' wi. .gl v I I i l l " ...i fl. -: , 'O C I-Ielion Consiruc lon o. 2829 We me, 0 Carlsbad California 1 I Phone: 729-2034 . li! 'liar 6 3 xl Azfiiiif ' 'mf fa. -, A l A 4- l SQ, N Air' li T ,-X Y,, '. i 4 . 465,31 xlfax i l .' 'If I 1 'll fl 1 .M s l f I -, .C l HW T N: l A ff Q' , 1 f1?'- L-Y- 1 AR l T. 1, , H l ' -1 lui ' 'fmii' MTA l!-fE'?fllfQQ3Igl5:Qrg A I .--f'1':-i-51-' l Al9lI5 Cr-f I A ln' L T A N Q X 'lx ' :Q-'ig l A- 11" 1. , ,A ,,, 32 21... "" ., .1 1? E'!lc'Rjw,"'L ll N 'ff . -7' ':- 'TS : 5 . D.I:. .g 'l l N 7J l -fi fm !1:f4.b,.,..:35Eg511'g.: A 14. giggle in 'q!lel?f?' L !l,.:??y:1' gg, Pp.,QzfF'hgs I , I ,x A 4, T A Q' i I .. ' jg- :ij A I . L -.. ' - : LI., ' - I -5 ' --- T QL., ,I-2 .I M 1 . 1 lla' A X M H T J ll C A f , L'Tal1k'l'4Ap543-6335 if i, FT l -?-U., L1 L- N. - 1 'L -in , - wx I . I .. L , -H4-...Z 1 V l . Zyuj-xv -1 1. A I,-.4 fr I-- 5 'fag-'...a:QL .I-E , ij'-"' -.ul lil I AJ.. . h ""' ' - -'. f, ,Q in 'A - l " -' 4'A.'?-3. Y n H 'T' ,,p,J"L 'MJ ' F 575 fn o, 5c57' K - fi.-,100 -'fd up - .K -1' A I I ,Wi t i.,i-.Q-. . CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF' '64 FROM THE , JUNIOR DIVISION li ll I J jf-I gun.. 5540 Grand A V1 it in x9 xi lil 14 -l' I .1, tg. I l CONGRATULATIONS Q l i E l l s l l I . llllSHl5 from I ll E With the Very Best , Cll5 Wishes to the WOODY'S MACAYO I Graduating Class WOODY'S EL NIDO l A ' o of . WOODY'S MEXICAN FOOD ,f1964,, FINE MEXICAN Eooo 'Q Il ll ll l Phoenix, Arizono I Rea1ESl3lf E Mr. 81 Mrs. James A.Henry . Homl MACAYO VEGAS , ,ll 109 4 I - Tempe, Arizona LGS VGQOS, NGVGCICI 1? iglceanside li 'Serving Northe PIZZA lf coMPLlMENT5 OF l OJ Q I gut 0 6 I l WALTERS CREDIT CLOTHIERS DELICATESSEN B STYLE CENTER Fon MEN y Um5'l' and Banquet Room 306 North Hill Phone 722-5744 h , 902 MISS-'On Ave., Oceonside, Colif. A TELEPHONE 729 soul l749 South Hill Telephone l Oceanside. California SA 2-69l5 ll BE """"Bell Bluepvinl 'il HA X DRAFTING, ENGINEERING 8: SURV Y SUPPLIES ll PHARMACY Q N 4....4 I :A::2:z:1:fvES ziztscas lille JAMES lJlMl HARRISON ' ll H. C. WANDSCHNEIDER 608 VISTA WAY 206 OCEANSIDE , CALIF . .E xavpvorvn-vw1"fw.f--W ' ll gr o BEST WISHES I TO THE CLASS OF i964 I Compliments of 565555515 MANUFACTURERS OF Superl ite Mosonry Units I I ' A I II 'I N E oncl 'OOD I H Superlitelite Rolling Windows ond Doors , Tel. 277 - 681 x 5201 North 7th, Street Phoenix, Ariz Ml tl ll ' an ssoclates ,XX Real Estate Sz Insurances CONGRATULATIONS TO THE Home Gffioes CLASS OF ,,64,, I . 709-711 3rd, street I LAD T' DAD l Boys', Young l"len's and I"len's Apparel FORMAL WEAR - RENTAL AND S I f .,!X..?'X it 4314 North 7th, Avenue Phoenix Arlzona "Serving Northern San Diego County" Get Your S 8. H Green Stamps At f S342 l 7 Q 'IIN ' l 41 vw -QATESSEN l Burns-Harrelson-Burns M S fl FLYING "Ant SERVICE 'fwffllfg 471 No, CENTRAL PHoENux, Amz. MM BOERNER S il I I I COMPLETE AUTO LUBRI TION l SPECIALIZING IN MM UNE- s - CAR rnons - BR K TZLZW' BEST WISHES X TO THE CLASS OF '64 yflfll uwswil A I arm' ,' ' nw, 19 H 1220 s. HIZI.. oczmwsnns CK U 722'-'1'L?qi:'z' ROAD SERVI E 055:91 I I I I I PHoEN1x, ARIZONA ,gt . -IE ,....-- ......-.-...,.- L JOII' Id'S 'late v T: ' nv- " mnzmk,wM2,,mL'm-n.'nr via-2 1 I " tw T 1 1 R rr, 4 1 V ' r ase from S115 no a l 5 6!7?!iMZ!y ll- 'K v if.-J I--DL .., -nw, V A I 1 Url, Ri , 1 f , , 4" mv' f R an ' ff "" f , W 1" X4 ja , XJ? ff best wishes to the cla 214N.H1LL Y N5 .,-x,w3.7., CONGRA TULA T IONS to the class cpf 1964 MR. ELMRS. J.O. ROGERS Dehuxe Barber Shop ss of 1964 OCEANSIDE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I964 Acapulco Gardens FINE FOOD I733 So. Hill St. Oceanside Congratulations A and best wishes to I the Class of 1964 Phoenix Blue Print Co. 4I4I No. 7th Street Phoenix I4, Arizona BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF Diamonds - Watches - Silverware Finell's .lewelry Home ot Keepsake Diamonds 94 QII NORTH HILL STREET OCEANSIDE, CALIFORNIA PHONE SA-2-2332 - WINE I Mlloosevell Sl' I I Il i I Ci i' ' Nl to :li H64 San Diego Fish Co. Pogl 9I5 Harbor San Diego ' MN' I- BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1964 STEWART - red T-'rl T -'E-ral ary' - ss S corilfflls Hot Sandwich Services 3363 National Ave. San Diego, Cali faifnia Phone: 23373365 239' 3142 3113 JONES FURNITURE CO. 215 souTH HILL OCEANSIDE, CALIF. Phone: 722-3978 I WIIULEBALE T 4 .- .....-..-.-....-.-ve.:---,.,,... ,,.-Ik' .W A Mmnmhrwaa. I 1 1 1 NM, 1 Ew.N,Iee,,f ,, lgns M HAPPINESS TO THE CLASS OF 1964 CONGRATULATIONS A Leonord's TO THE CLASS OF '64 Borber Shop A PI-im C0 CNext to Boy's Clubl P' . ' HOQUIXMAI1 3137 Roosevelt St. Corlsbod, Colif. I LUUIL M I IMPORTER-CUTTER gsm I . CONGRATULATIONS DIAMONDS - PRECIOUS sToNEs N 1 TQ THE CLASS QF '64 CREATOR OF EINE JEWELRY Qt . FROM PIERRE J.TOURA1NE D E S l G N E R . f 1 F'511C0- Pogue's Men's Shop ' 1 cREsrWooD 9-5140 1 sums. 122 GUARANTY BANK BLDG. V N . Street Ccecnside 3550 No. CENTRAL AVE. PHOENIX, ARIZONA 1 THE CLASSOF11fly ' 905 Wes! Harbor Drive . A San Diego 'I, Califomio I , , 3 ,fed I V Uceanslde Flonst Nw. :W L61 , , 'E , 915' 'PFi'yf4' JJZH.-EI. - E 101OS.1-1iI1S'rreet .I ,el 1' ' "J--1- . -fi g ' Oceonside, Colif. . I -qi, ' " -R2 1 Phone SArotogo 2-1 159 , h X 1 1PRQDUCE!S,APiD-SHIIPPERS- lc I wHm.I:aAI.: DEALERS IN rn:-:sv-I, smoncso, susu., AND .1 ' FRESH wA'rER FISH IN SEASON ,711 ' yjl I ,q,g1-11? 239-8158 since 1918 ,,f,f:5,3ljg?ggQ2g!Egf::N f , ,314 3 YVWQ1 pfmend l 'i,'6"11,'1 ffwveffg 2 Q, 445 QI,,,ff1+:'1 flm aap fo K "fC fx 012 ff Q wx , A1 41 gg i Congrotulotnons 1' 75s'ndf5Iv.Hxv A to The tr, wh fd .1 ,I Q d if ,,,Q "Zf"'Lo11 ken ' Closs of 1 I 1',Q CO MMM Kim ' ' , A ' HE Fl ESTYIN A P 'zu I N is ,H I-411.1 Y 1' f IF, 2 I A f , , ., , .I 195, JL gpg Q 7,456 59cz.4,.A-w6e,f 1I 111 I coNG"A " AK ,Q 4 Congratulations and Best , , E 'Q in Wishes to the Class ot 1964 4,1 radii, gi-If or , 1 A it H E. From 4 ,if-Qg?" 1 f L- .1 7 it ME- ,,f - dW,iiiit:iirmf'w,i,,,,,, -gle- wllfli' ..p i du TW I N I N N S e en' ' 2978 CARLSBAD BLVD. CARLSBAD, CALIE. ME 6 gf: 1 SPECIALIZING: HOMES, ACREAGE, EXCHANGES, Lots IN OCEANSHJE 'L . . . extending you a big hearty is "We Treaf YOU Fair Af welcome to enjoy a delicious new wofklialfngus I Golden Bear.. food adventure at ' r 1024 south Hui. My 3 ge, -2 V 39 Varieties ot Pancakes " in A' ' ,ll +4 158 No. Tustin Ave. KEllogg 2-6581 For morning noon l, .f?7. ,fi ., Orange, California Eves. Llncoln 4-4144 and night im IM, --LI' Stylus, ommomos WATCHES JEWELRY 1 Hand Engraving-Watch 8. Jewelry Repairing Congr atulations .E gg 1 and Best Wishes tothe ij t Carlsbad Jewelers C1 f Q13 a S S o Y V, ii 28i4 Roosevelt 1 9 64 i ' Carlsbad,Caliiornia E "Mayfair Square" Mrs. Pearl A. Quick Arizona Dom KENAT 729-3816 Phoenix ii J TS Gnd Be rf W CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES GSS of .n A TO THE CLASS OF IN 7.954 " HD, CALIF. .fw 'I ,sq fxiions -1 Q0 the A1 Que AMW' FRQM MR. and MRS. J. P. Mc BRIDE zxfgsfwx ,X ,J 4, X. My .-fu ,, Jnhf' CONGRATULATIO U 214 NS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1964 W. T. HAMLYN . coNsuL1uNa ENGINEERy 315 Guaranty Bank Bldg, 3550 North Central Phoenix 12, Arizona ,I ul - A . fljhliur AT ocEANs1DE FEDERAL Salt QQIIICHIWIY! 35- A Save regularly at Oceanside Federal. Thai is the way you gel The things you want. Come in soon and open your accounl. OCEANSIDE FEDERAL SAVINGS OCEANSIDE 716 MISSION AVENUE 722-1131 VISTA 249 SO. INDIANA AVENUE 726-2880 FALLBROOK 414 SO. MAIN AVENUE 728-8351 ,f L vadna of l NU .4 P "Vll.l.E 1HU1lI'I:,, . 1 : nz. HU1-1Ff11lll"" fi, -eggee E, L A ., +Ml.,,f..wfw 4: W . . V836 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE I q Class of "64" Uadna of California CERAMIC MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS I LEUCADIA, CALIF. MaCDOl"lBld S PIWBYITIBCY l l l R 1 .N Bldg ,I -...... Wm , A r ' 'xifllrql - f"fZCl'0 f . 1 I T T I g. aGY You 9 V4 gl llle A 2898 STATE ST. CARLSBAD, CALIF. WM. H. HUMFREVILLE VADNA E. HUMFREVILLE PLATEAU 3-3113 - CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF A1964 . From ADAMEK S DESSERT GENERAL FARMING P.O. Box 707 Seeley VING5 T , In ,. mperic1lVcJIIey 215 hge - 6 We fl"'fVn'5' 4 f!,,,,,....- d',,!,,,,-' nm f W Wu at , M WWW TC and Nm M: P , of f"" bjffeeeee BRIGGQWQQIRATION Briggs Sr, Stratton Corp., Milwa T he leader toogm automotive locks, keys cm 4-CYCLE, air-cooled, gasoline engines ukee 1, Wisconsin d 'related equipment Ani' .,,, M65 ' Lovedai Athletic 211 EP' M' ewan I" yn , .,, 'Wye . ng.. My f. , . Vgjxx. t 5 WILQ ,RODUC INN! ,Hr jffw, .W Y 1, 0, .,.,,, ,,. . . ,. . ,sh -ng..-:sg ,r .A 9 , , 'Ti g ,-5 Z ' il r illilll if D lwill 1 l. vllzi li 0 J l ngines 35913 .rfllllll ,ipwff Z A , X l f, ... i:, mmwmmmAA.4.Gws.L, in-ev An.. We are proud to be the suppliers - of Athletic Equipment to Army and Navy Academy Fl! Pk FK Our Best VWishes to the Class of '64 Ik Ik Pk Loveclay's 'Athletic Co. 244 Fifth Avenue San Diego California CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF T964 from MR. VERNE BALLARD VVILCCD PRODUCE CO. ENR TE S Y AQ? , ,,. T Blythe I'-'Agni-2 I W California Rr - Y . ,7f:, -aio ' If SATISFACTION Ti R .,-.' . TTT' Q 'FRAZIER P RK A LUMBER CO. Brand. and Gabriel FEAZIER PARK, R CALIF. WINTER WQNDERLAND sig AND TOBOGGAN HUNTING- DEER PIGEON BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1964 -Q Central Meats Co. A T P it A i.,..,.s,,. yyili S I N-N""' "-- - ---..... -. ..v...- ---"' I If 'r 94 T ! 1603 National Avenue San Diego, Califofmia 217 BEST WISHES TO THE ...- arg . '?5'f':T" f T1 eff J, CLASS OF '64 P Paw fq -.wx M, H S we-,:-A-:I -' sv ev eff In Son Fernc1ndoVoILey Lumber Co. Inc. TOELLER'5 FOOD STORE 120 S. Victory Blvd. Burbank, California 514 Mission Ave' Oceanside UNITED STATES GYPSIN PRUDUCTS Best Wishes Wholesale Only To The ..4..X.4p fx, , , li J Class of T964 House of Morgan Corlsbod, Colif. 7 Elm Avenue Best Wishes and Good Luck to the Class of 1964 Serving' EEANSID 8 VISTA ,gfaffzifaan 1 BEAUTY NOOK 1339 WQSlf TIZOWLCZS Road Phgengx Aqfgggna Casa Cgar cm "-. fs LUMBING NEW CONSTRUCTION REMODELING 81 ADDITIONS COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL NEW INSTALLATION DISPOSALS FURNACES WATER HEATERS LICENSED For Esrlmafes Ca PA 9 1104 The I mmm I Mexncan Food mf is L, l PLUMBING co 2068 State St Carlsbad If WJ ,H .3 My Phone 729 1772 NEXT TO GARCIPJS BARBER SHOP 303l WASHINGTON CARLSBAD E If-T QUALITY L HoI6L one U T27 I0IeLrsIieLC, Pho I s I With Our Mos? Sincere Congratulafion I and Admirafion Good Luck To All of You inrllme Class IRE I c:oNoRAruLArloNs ro THE 1964 CLASS - of I964 ' ' from l JOHN 8 MINA PETERSQN Carlsbad, California QUALITY MEAT COMPANY xg l Hotel and Restraunf Mears A ' ' ak' ooo! 04 0 557 W 1200 K Sifeel smcumm I. gas MENDCICINDIAVENIJE ll li Bakersfield, California W Phone: FA 7-8517 SP0NTIAU I . Tire ganme of grienclly Cjervice MMM SANTA RCISA. CALIFORNIA -,I . 1 Ni I 0 .late pmebcdwz an 7a Wzemww 0 gm 74W 1917" 965 Pcwflden les Company Q 8 H 50 ma '51 ARNE ST U 551 Monigorr UE? E5 SMLBQA J vmvqke CTQJ Ammwwa'.Y.-.hw4, ..-..,. CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WTSHES E. RAMSDELL CUMMINGS Portrolt Photogropher 1369 Post Street ARNE STIG THERAPY CENTER 3651 Montgomery Drive, Santa Rosa, Calif. Llberty 5-4529 A LIEF ERICKSON ENTERPRISES SAILBOAT CHARTERS 81 LESSONS 9202 Wakec1festD1five Malibu, Calzfovfnza icy 'VV'. 295 Forresr Avenue Laguna Beach, California BEST WISHE CO CONGRATULATIONS AND BES TO THE CLASS OF T WISHES 1 9 64 From Peacock. 85 S011 AT LAKE SAN IVIARCOS, CALIFORNIA X NS AND BEST WISHES SAND SINCERE c:oNaRAruLMIo NGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS or I9.64 I A I To The Class of 1954 From From Benbough's Furniture Co. LAGUNA NIGUEL CORPORATION I 3 Ii ' 328 A South Laguna 204I Mission Ave. O2 PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY California OceanSide ii 222 'AE ' EEEA MO,,,g .1 A i W L 'AA ily - , . -A f ' 'HQ 11 i A '47 'rn ,, 51- ' fix x l TA-. 1 K . - M: . - A , f 2 1 NFC, E 'fx' ' EE'-ESQ -' -I LQ 1 f i if! 4 5 1 Q- 0 .A ,4 QQ: 1,11 5 A 'Ji A H rn, -,gf-f 0.--. .vt:-abort , , , , -f- . ... L ,l..,-l- -....A...n -Qe,1AL.,Y -747--f --Y--F HAPPY HCMEMAKERS Extensions of Course. . . CALIFORNIA WATER K TELEPHONE COMPANY ,, -, W...-ww ,- .nag-r' ' 'K HT. 1-f-'v ' ..-.:..zL, -. ,.1.LL.1-IL.f,.:-...Qf....,f:-1,v:f.r:I4f4:42frrf. p,...p:. 1, :'::..f- e C L 'ti 7 1 u vll "f l- .-ill! - .. fi'ffi?'., . at '.'l5f ez ' ' ,' , ' y up so -V' is ,A i i as M , ,,,,, ,, .4 .. -- - -' lilfjil nieuwmr 101' ocemisioe - cALiroRNsA s s l I. 1- .I ,' .'h,f-iff E iflzfiif-'Q',' '. ,,,.,p-'I . A , :"""'1Mv,.4 5, J I- ,s,, es., . Xt ' ' -h Y, , ,,,nf,,,,,,.,'- "va, M-W IVVHQIK VA -wt' D., . its Q y l f-.--,cw -fs' rf. . gg ummm :always . y f-y ' ,....-iq .n v .............-.. . tj ,H--SVI' pg 3004! -Jl A ' if FWZ' ,. ev fi -rf - :h:4..r.p. - . 1nr"2'X' bs -T' 'F -ul , I 'ifa ' N , -V , gk M. 5 A A Mm. Aga, V 1 Nowhere in Southern California will the discriminating traveler find the mfort, friendliness, and luxury co offered to him by the Mira Mar Motor lnn. Here, in one convenient area, with easy access to the Pacific Ocean and with a superb swimming pool at one's convenience is the perfect vacation spot in San Diego County. The superb Mira Mar Restaurant- known to lovers of good food and courteous service is at the disposal of the Mira Mar Motor lnn patrons. From early morning breakfasts to late after-show snacks, the Res- taurant and Bar offers the finest in food and drink. Why not make Mira Mar your summer resort this year? l NONS S' itlllwi 'ft tr' fi ,'v va ulllflill lemon Avenue gouaratulatim' O Cork?-2-Y Standard if 1ll,l90llt. S1 Tet BEST WlSl-iii OF llllllflllxl BUllf'f NNN!! o Q 4 P,g. OCEANSII A f W0lllQn. 'Nm r. "Qi: JN l I l hit. "c,. " Sr ' 2.5, ,- it ll tngigg f ' i i CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1964 wr-Z' tugs 'mm SHOP 201 Nonftifz Hill at Mission . UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC Inc. I I 7614 Lemon Avenue Lemon Grove II ruth , A ern CaIrfornin,,,,, . ating traveler findlhe rndliness, and 'Um i, .- 'If . trm by The MIruM fi . . If, Congratulatlons to the Class of 1964 VIZN77' convenient area whh Ing M Compliments of f I , to the Pacitiq Ocean ,L ' uperb swimming pool I enience is the pertert , It in San Diego County I I I. I 1 I If I Standard Brands Paint Co. 4300 W. 190IZ1'l. Street TOIT3-UCS, C31if0I'f1i9- BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS 'o Mor Restaurant- ers of good foodnnd vice is at the disp0S0I or Motor Inn patrons. iorning breakfasts In aw snacks, the Res- an offers the III i drink. I mmf! 5 fra Mm your SU I ' OF' 1964 MODERN BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY 1 ooooooooooooooooooooooooo . P.O. Box 1248 t OCEANSIDE, CALIFORNIA I I Oceanside, Cczlifonfnia AL MARIN, Prop. 72.2 -5108 Best WISIWGS From your 'ro "64" Texaco Dealers S Q C. J. HELTIBRIDLE Diftributor of Texaco Petroleum Product! IOI5 North Hill Street P.O. Box 599 Oceanside, California BEST WISHESTO THE CLASS -OF 1 964 FROM SUE and OARL JoHNsoN PURVEYORS OF FINE FOODS I ESM. if iid' W a 'Wo1nen's Fashions AL-H!-NBRA SAN MARINO I are EA vt Sr 5 H D Ari- 2 ms AT 4 469 a tt Sistwei merits LARGE ENOUGH TO SERVE YOU 81 SMALL ENOUGH TO APPRECIATE YOU 2825 Srafe Street, Carlsbad, California 729 f 2321 225 CONGRATULATIONS A 1 9 6 4 E H. R. OENCI LABORATORIES, Inc. 152 North Broadway, Phone: 268-4401 PONTIAl'... Bob Longpre Pontiac 335 WEST HUNTINGTON DRIVE- U.S. 66 IVIONROVIA CALIFORNIA ELLIOT 8 0151 The Oldest Pontiac Dealer In The San Gabriel Valley ND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF Fresno 1, California Oceanside Photographic Center COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF T964 "EVERYTHING PI-IOTOGRAPI-IIC" ZI6 N. I-IILL STREET OCEANSIDE, CALIFORNIA PHONE SA-2-33-48 SUPPLIERS TO TI-IE ACADEMY x , ! F side Photogwa Center p" I . ,. . ,. , , win, ,J BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS CF 1964: Complimenfs of GUENTHER'S ,MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS QQQ QQQQQQ AQQ9Q6,0099QQ 4 v v f 0 + 0 4 . 363333323293 ' +a'eTa?a5Q'e'QQ WGQGGYQGQQ: QQQQQQ-Qu v s 4 .1 f + + + es mama - Qeemop, QAM 9 u+ d giag.QesgQAQ YEA- GRADUATES OF'A AND N . For Your Enjoyment It's Oceonside's Best Entertainment CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF th ot G 1 9 6 4 Compliments of Phoenix Reolty Corporotion 317 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE PHOENIX 4, ARIZONA VICTOR C BANKS REALTOR BANKS 8: CO 1615 454 2232 35 O397 Star Theatre I 402 N. HILL ST. Crest Theatre IO2 N. FREEMAN ST. Towne Theatre QI7 N. HILL ST. Palomar Theatre 314 N. HILL ST. ALWAYS THE FINEST MOTION PICTURES Codets Alwoys Welcome CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES Tknthe Class of 1964 From HOME LAUNDRY 508 N Cordovo Alhombro WESTERN GLOBE PRODUCTS INC 8985 VENICE BLVD Los ANGELES 34 CALIFORNIA moan M00 HU NIACRONI PRODUCTS 1 . O FIFTH AVE. P - - RAFAEL. CALI . 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Story Sr Clark pianos and Magnavox organs 1255 Fourth Avenue Downtown San Diego Boa cusHoN GL. 4-5414 TELEPHONE 2 3 3 -7 7 4 6 GLADSTONE 40337 Congratulations and Best Wishes 2 1? 117' To the Class of wHJiXf . 1964 u - -vi o Q Exky, A 'I ,,. W M 'ijiffiig Frorn "fi" FLORIST Qx 15244 SUNSET BLVD. 6.--I-"-. ' K PACIFIC PALISADES, cAI.Ir-1 y DICK G. EVANS TRANSPORTATION RUTH at PAUL SANDERS .Q I 'W 1 ' 230 TEM ECULA, CALIFORNIA ONW D EED H5 EC css CORGI' v G EUGEWAT LONG BE If Aa, ff' "'v.:,..-,.,,.. , , . . , , . , . , . , . - , . L . , wfdvffnykigp-f A W- T T1 I 5 Isldg 3 RLIFGRNIA n Zexall N495 I A B .uujsi AYEWE .M 'AHFCFW x -a ' - C . 1 V635 I, Bel .4 ffl . Clwiioi -LF-I 75051 . my P0 wi ,195 T 1 ww f IZ SUM' ,f r .gr w ' o ' .4,..asav.a.anvn-.M-.-...A..Q....zrw-,,.-,As,..5,1... Mum'-I -4 f --'M---Q ' 'v --L' - -"-0'-"1'1ff'+' '-- ""'Z'?' 'dx-' "W f M' CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1964 8 -"Mil i i I 117' w , OXXXXQNBLG fffox 1' 2f A 364243 9 JM GROWERSOFSEED MAIN OFFICE P. O. 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I m I Su , gollllel. 1052 coPl1el,5ergi0 2m OW I' 6 Eoxxllllll Ted HQ? 5 Creqn:jglhdre.w llo Clossle We 112 Culp Y' Roller? lr' Qhmripperl Erle T fn 'figs 4: Besl Vs: l0 ClQSS l of 1 l l l Jrnio 925 362 1 1 Carlsbad: PICTURE A Abraham, John 171 Ager, Charles 35, 62, 103, 170 Aldrete, Francisco 116, 169 Allerdyce, James 54, 62 Alperin, Barry 52, 54, 104, 165 Arnold, James 108, 139, 148, 165 B , Bachtold, George 116, 169 Baker, Edward 146, 167 Banks, John 45, 62 Barnett, George 27, 119 Barrios, Russell 62, 124, 125, 163 Barrow, Randall 109, 165 Bennett, Frank 109, 165 Berglund, Leonard 116 Bering, Marc 139, 163 Berry, Stephen 109, 165 Besserer, Craig 118, 119, 169 Biddulph, William 27, 116, 169 Birch, Robert 28, 29, 40, 46, 48, 50, 51, 52, 54 Black, Dennis 53, 104, 124, 157, 160 Black, William 108, 148 Blankenship, James 64, 136, 137, 151, 157, 163 Blankenship, Jeffrey 139, 157, 163, 175 1 Blanton, Fred 160 Blechynden, Michael 64, 133, 152, 157, 167 Blower, James 169 Boetticher, Robert 45, 53, 104, 122 Bowman, Jim 108, 133, 152, 157, 167 Boyd, Stephen 27, 116, 169 Bradley, Rodney 169 Brookhart, David 112, 134, 163, 174, 175 Brown, David 119 Brown, John 30, 104, 163, 175 Brundage, Todd 64, 124, 157, 175 Burgess, .lay 104, 105, 124, 126, 127, 128, 136, 157, 165 Burnard, Robert 112, 167 Burns, Fred 104, 143, 165 Butler, Michael 116, 117, 169 C Caldwell, Bud 112, 63 . Camph, Richard 51, 165 Canelos, Constantino 108, 134, 148, 167 Card, Keith 116, 155, 169 Cenci, Herman 64, 133, 157, 167 Chersin, Andrew 113, 167 Chersin, George 118, 169 - Clark, James 54, 112, 167 Clarke, Tom 45 , Cochrane, Nelson 67, 133, 157, 167, 171 Coffelt, Phillip 113 Coffman, Paul 167, 174 Colby, Ronald 51, 113, 143,-165 Cope, William 108, 174 Coppel, lsaac 26, 108, 134, 139, 167 Coppel, Jorge 108, 134, 167 Coppel, Sergio 26, 108, 139, 167 Cory, Tim 1 16, 169 Cox,,Tom 104, 124, 142, 163,175 Coyle, Fred 116, 169 ' Crean, Andrew 119, 169 Crean, Johnnie 112, 124, 151, 157, 167 Crossley, Robert ,108, 144, 167 Culpepper, Erle 105, 148, 167 Cummings, Nick 67, 136, 138, 151, 157, 163, 170 INDEX D Davis, Chris 109, 167 Davis, Croy 29, 109, 124, 134, 157, 163, 175 Day, Harold 109 De Cima, Juan 108,148,165 Decker, Gerard 109, 163 De omffemead, Ed 104, 105, 124, 136, 137, 138, 146, 157, 163 De La Barra, Agustin 134 De Monch, John 105, 163 De Monch, Philip 167 De Monch, Peter 161 De Monch, Udo 169 Dessert, Richard 109, 124, 142 De Valencia, Roberto 67, 142, 157, 165, 167 Divel, Fred 40, 113, 165 Drummond, Thomas 116, 169 Durazo, Alfonso 165 Duttenhofer, David 24, 30, 59, 67, 124, 157 Dzuirlik, Jan 116, 169 E Ede, Richard 22, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 34, 46, 49, 50, 53, 54, 59, 68, 101, 124, 139, 146,157 Edwards, Brian 68, 163 Edwards, Chris 104, 151, 163, 175 Ellerbroek, Brian 104, 165 Ellison, Chris 140, 151, 163, 175 Elwell, William 40, 113, 140, 144 Enequist, John 157, 165 Ephrom, Clark 108, 151, 163, 175 Erickson, William 45, 46, 48, 53 Evans, James 116, 169 F Faith, David 112, 140, 148, 165 Farnsworth, Darrell 108, 144, 167 Fedderson, Gregg 116, 169 Fink, Steven 109, 144, 165 Finnigan, Joe 68, 124, 157 Fitzgerald, Richard 22, 24, 25, 28, 29, 35, 46, 68, 124,136,137,151, 157,161,174 - Fobes, Donald 116, 169 Follett, George 139, 163 Ford, Charles' 140, 167 Ford, Tirey 112, 116, 169 Foster, John 108, 165 Fountain, Darryl 165 Fox, David 124, 127, 128 Frank, Tony 119 Fuentevilla, Alfredo 108, 165 J Fuentevilla, Fernando 108, 165 4 G Garcia, Robetro 71, 157, 163 Garland, Nick 116 , Geissler, Greg 71, 124, 151, 163, 175 Gelff, Robert 40, 135, 151, 157, 163 Getson, Devlet 119, 169 Gillette, Jay 30, 37, 105, 152, 157, 163, 175 Gilmartin, Tom' 116, 155, 169 Gitter, Michael 152, 165 Gleason, David 112, 134, 140, 167 Goddard, Roger 71, 136, 138, 146, 157, 165 Goldman, Barry 40, 109, 165 Gordon, Richard 26, 45, 108, 119, 122, 143 Gordon, Robert 169 49, 53, 64, Bes:oVm2hes N G S H I 0 N S Class of 1964 520 Grand Ave. Carlsbad, California 237 1- f..-. , E 1' 1. PICTURE INDEX Grace, Steven 109, 146, 167 Gregg, Alan 42, 44, 45, 71,133,145,151,173 Gregg, Michael 30, 36, 53,'134, 145 Gridley, Brian 26, 30, 72, 163, 175 Gronquist, Eric 105, 133, 139, 143, 157, 167 Guaiardo, Arturo 112, 134, 144, 167 Guenther, Tony 24, 26, 104, 105, 125, 151, 157, 163 Guild, Clark 28, 46, 65, 157, 165 Guild, Dan 109, 156, 167 Guthrie, Michael 108 H Hale, Ralph 165 Hall, Theron 104, 163 Hamel, Douglas 104, 163 Hamilton, Scott 105, 165 Hansen, Darwin 45, 72, 173 Hardwell, Peter 109, 148, 167 A Harris, Peter 165 Harwood, Douglas 27, 112, 148, 160 Haught, Paul 72, 163 Hillard, John 116, 169 Hoffman, Charles 116, 169 Hoopes, Spencer 104, 105, , , , , Hopkins, Albert 24, 26, 112,114,146,148,151,163,165 Horton, Larry 108, 167 Hunsinger, Paul 108, 167 Hutton, James 112, 167 Hyland, Jeffrey 26, 36, 53, 54, 108, 110,12-4, 151, 163, 175 132139151 157160 l lgo,Tim113,151,163,175 lmbrogulio, Joseph 116, 155, 169 lngersoll, John 108, 148, 167 Isbell, Michael 109, 165 lzbicki, Michael 75, 167, 171 lzbicki, Richard 37, 75, 167 J Jackson, Greg 75, 136, 137, 163 Jacobson, Lance 108, 163 Janda, Noel 113, 134, 140, 167 Janovic, Kenneth 165 Jeanes, Jeffrey 104, 142, 160, 163 Jensen, Steven 116, 155, 169 Johnson, Richard 116 Johnson, Richard T. 167, 116 Johnson, Ted 54, 75 Jones, Wade 118, 119, 169 Jonker, Tony 22, 30, 35, 77,133,151,157,161 Jordan, Randall 167 Joyce, Van 22, 26, 30, 46, 77, 163, 170, 174, 175 K Kanter, Louis 54, 112, 144, 166 Kanzer, Michael 77 Kanzee Stephen 26, 109, 167 Katzmann, Steven 22, 25, 77, 124, 142, 167, 171 King, Paul 116, 169 Knauert, Dennis 124 Kozel, Robert 108 Krueger, Paul 52, 108,163,175 Kuhn, Edward 26, 30, 35, 104, 163, 175 Kumberg, William 165 L Lang, Stephen 109, 143, 163, 175 Larimer, Jack 54, 108, 167 Lawyer, Rellie 26, 109, 143, 167 Leaf, Mark 52, 109, 163,174 Lee, Gary 53, 78, 133, 167 Lee, John 54, 104, 157, 165, 177 . Levy, Peter 26, 105, 133, 157, 165 Lewis, Brooke 26, 109, 165 u las 104 152 163 ' Lewis, Do g , , Lewis, James 63, 78, 142, 157 0 Lewis, Richard 165 Liebsack, Joseph 105, 124, 139, 142, 163 Lind, Christopher 78, 134, 165 . Lindauer, Charles 26, 40, 108, 174 Livingston, Chris 105, 143, 167, 171 Longmire, William 118, 119,169 Lucas, Stephen 30, 34, 78, 139, 151, 157 Luce, Allen 51,112,165 Lumello, Dan 105, 148, 163, 175 Luttel, Gary 22, 25, 35, 59, 81,136,137,138,146,157, 165, 170 Lyon, Chris 167 M Mc Carthy, Mike 30, 4 Mc Coy, Edward 165 Mc Coy, Frank 165 Maddy, Craig 116, 155, 169 Maddy, Scott 116, 155, 169 Madruga, John 116, 155, 169 Madsen, Eggert 105, 146, 163 Michael 28, 29, 30, 31, 36, 46, 48, 51, 52, 81 2, 45, 104,132,133, 157,188 Mahan, Mark, Dennis 115, 155, 169 Maron, Marc 119, 169 Martin, Howard 163 Martin, Peter 112, 140, 167 Martini, James 139, 165 Martini, Russell 26, 112, 114, 167 Menzies, Robert 46, 151, 160 Metcalf, Robert 34, 113, 165 Metzger, Theodore 151, 167 Michaels, Tom 104, 167 Middleton, David 104, 151 Miller, Dennis 113, 144, 167 Miller, Phillip 81, 142, 163, 170 Miller, Roswell 28, 29, 30, 31, 40 175 Miller, Tony 108, 167 Mitchell, John 26, 108,151, 165 Modica, Tony 26, 109, 151, 167 Muir, James 109, 151 Murphy, Mike 104, 163 N Neher, Charles 108, 165 Nevares, Ron 31, 45, 82, 173 Newman, Dennis 29, 40, 45, 50, 82, 122, 142 Newman, Harry 116, 169 Neyensch, Clifford -163, 175 Nichols, Robert C. 163 Nichols, Russell L. 151, 163, 175 Nielson, Jon 21, 25, 82,124,128, 129,157,175 Nisson, William 118, 119, 169 Noble, William 27, 116 Noehren, Ron 82, 165 Nokes, Ken 40, 46, 47, 54, 85 Norbom, Martin 26,108,151,157 North, Alan 148 Nugent, Bill 109, 124, 136, 137, 146, 157, 160 O Openshaw, Alan 165 O'Rand, Mike 112, 167 Orueta, Jay 1'l2,114,133,134, 157,165 , 46, 48, 51, 54, 81,163, 7 . rrrrHf""I Ponf""" B' Pelle' ' ' pgnenwfhvif Pellmfrgi H Penvf - Penndrptdgl Pem,lMrRC pererf, SW, Peterson, CHS PhilIiP5f 'W' Pickiord,Brll l P00991 Bob 3. p0imrs,Pf'f A Poston, Chfml Potts,Milre 3L Pens, Winston R Rolphs,DOUQ J Rolton, Brute Rcndol, Murata Randol, Rictrcrr Rushley, CHUM Rutterree, Johr Reum,Norr:cn Redican, Kevin Reynoud, Victo Rice, Gordon ' Richins,lorry E Ritter, Tom 1Ci Robertson, Don Rockwell, Richc Rodgers, Ken 1 Romero, Poul A Rose, Robert 1 Rosemund, VC, Ross, Donald 3 Rothman, Mile Rowe, John 15 Ruiz,Andy 105 RY0fl,RiCl'lord 4 S guuflfd 113, Ochsl Stllvctorel Schofield, jim' il Sfllloderl Ron A Schumqqhe, N Ecotl, 'I Seellg, Phil 54 l10fler,Hu,Ve' Shapiro' Fwd 2 glieeterlrerry l llvermun M l Srlverihong orc Slml3SOni Bggy Slqvlnlch. l Smlthlgroga 11 Smrrrwr 10. gmirh, Jinfwl ri Smith, Frank 16, Smrthljohn 115 "Ylh 03 Smith' R11 'to ngenber Q , .I 1 I 1 I 146, 157' 571 188 i1,52,8l 51, 5A, 8l,163, 22,142 6' P . Palmer, Richard 105, 163 Paquette, Bruce 85 Park, Stephen 45 Patterson, Sam 26, 104, 151 Patterson, William 112 Pellmen, Charles 109, 163 Pena, Jose 104, 105, 5132, 133, 139,1 Penney, Cedric 112, 134, 144, 167 Perry, Mike 116, 169 Peters, Stuart M. 85, 167, 171 Peterson, Cris 116, 155, 169 Philbrook, Robert 26, 40, 85, 157, 163 Phillips, Robert 27, 116, 117, 169 Pickford, Bill 87, 124, 136, 165 Poage, Bob 30, 37, 87, 124, 157, 165 Poitras, Pete 109, 165 Poston, Chauncey 109,,148, 165 Potts, Mike 30, 41, 87, 151,163, 175 Potts, Winston 26, 113, 167 R Ralphs, Doug 22, 24, 87,124, 142,15 Ralton, Bruce 113, 167 Randol, Marshall 116, 169 Randol, Richard 151 Rashley, Chandler 105, 163 Ratterree, John 45, 53, 54, 109, 148 Ream, Norman 108, 148, 163, 175 Redican, Kevin 112, 167 Reynaud, Victor 108, 133, 157, 165 Rice, Gordon 112, 165 Richins, Larry 64, 88, 157 Ritter, Tom 108, 163, 175 Robertson, Don 104, 167 Rockwell, Richard 104, 146, 163 43, 157, 167 7,163,170 Rodgers, Ken 22, 25, 46, 88,124,152,157,161 Romero, Paul 40, 46, 88, 122, 142 Rose, Robert 113, 140, 144, 167 Rosemund, Vaughn 109, 175 Ross, Donald 30, 51, 88, 167 Rothman, Mike 30, 104, 174 Rowe, John 165 Ruiz, Andy 109, 161 Ryan, Richard 91, 163 S Saad, Ed 113,134,144,167 Sachs, Mike 27 Salvatore, William 40, 41 , 46, 47 Schofield, Jim 27, 116, 152, 169 Schroder, Ron 116, 169 Schumacher, Max 46, 47, 109, 134 Scott, Mike 104, 163, 175 R Seelig, Phil 54, 91 Shaffer, Harvey 148, 165 Shapiro, Fred 91, 146, 165 Sheeter, Terry 108, 134 Sigel, Dennis 26, 52, 133, 143 Silverman, Marc 28, 30, 35, 40, 46, 48, 49, 91 , 163, 175 Silverthorne, John 109, 163 Simpson, Andy 51, 112, 167 Simpson, Bob 113, 151, 167 Slavin, Chip 113, 140, 144, 152, 167 Smith, Brad 104, 163, 175 Smith, Drew 119, 155, 169 Smith, Jim 116,117,155,169,171 Smith, Frank 165 Smith, John 105, 160 Smith Ra 116 169 I y I Smith, Turner 104, 105, 124, 157, 165, 174 Spangenberg, Jeff 113, 167 PICTURE INDEX Spencer, Phineas 54, 109, 167 Sprague, Bill 124, 163, 175 Stamos, George 112, 134, 167 Steelquist, Jim 29, 104 Stetfner, Dwight 53, 109, 167 Steinbaum, Al 167 Stott, Gregg 92, 167 Stulck, Bill 92,133, 151,157,165 Sumner, Pat 108, 167 Sunderman, Bill 22, 24, 25, 30, 40, 42, Sutliff, Bob 92, 133, 157, 163, 175 Swingle, Stephen 54, 167 T Tannler, Keith 167 Taylor, John 116, 169 Teget, Greg 134 Tompson, Bob 167 Tisdell, Dennis 112, 165 Toeller, Don 26, 112, 114, 152 Toeller, Gary 27, 119, 169 Tompkins, Glenn 45 Tunis, Bruce 151, 167 ' Turner, David 106, 165 Turney, Tom 95, 163 V Van Arsdale, Gene 119, 155, 169 Van Dyk, Kris 104, 140, 165 Van Sickle, Jim 113, 167 Vasquez, Ed 119, 155, 169 W Walker, Bill 112, 163 Wallers, David 112, 114, 140 Walter, Pat 95, 157 Warde, Richard 116, 169 Watson, Tom 95, 124, 142, 157, 165 Watson, Warren' 144, 167 Wehrley, Dean 119, 169 Wehrley, Scott 27, 116, 169 Weiler, Tom 36, 50, 108 Werner, Chris 104, 146, 163 Whipple, Rodger S. 30, 34, 95, 240 White, Allen 109, 163 163,170 Whitmore, Chris 30, 37, 59, 95, 136, 137, 138, 146 157 163, 170 Whitemore, Larry 116, 169 Wight, Larry 104,136,142,151,163, Wilkins, Tom 45, 104, 122, 143 175 Wilks, John 30, 37, 42, 45, 96, 173, 177 Williams, Bob 119, 169 Willis, George 109, 139, 151 Willshire, Douglas 96, 133, 167 Wisniewski, Stan 105,167 L Wood, Bob 116, 169 Woodford, Ted 91, 167 Woodward, Scott 116, 117, 169, 171 Worthington, Stephen 99, 163 Wright, Paul 53, 105, 167 Wrought, Ed 157 Wynne, Richard 108, 142, 165 Y Yetter, Steve 108, 163, 175 York, Glenn 54, 99, 163 Z Zaruba, Gerard 116, 155, 169 Zohrlaut, Chris 27, 118, 119, 155, 169 ..c.- mfwmumu RODGER S. WHIPPLE Editor-in-Chief f Another year has terminated, and now we Seniors are leaving Army and Navy Academy. Our work here is done. Soon we will separate on the countless pathways of life. That two of us shall occasionally meet is inevitable, yet, we shall never come together as a class again. Within these pages are kept a living memory, awaiting only an occa- sional prompting to bring forth old friends, events, and the Class of '64. RODGER S. Wl'llPPl.E Editor-in-Chief T964 Adjutant 1964 ADJLJTANT STAFF ,Editor-in-Chief. . . Photography. . . Copy .... Senior Section. . . Sports .... Activities. . . Military .... Make-up. . . Typists. . . Art .... Business. . . Advertising Salesmen Rodger S. Whipple Steve Lucas, Editor Fred Shapiro Bill Sunderman Russ Barrios Spencer Hoopes Tom Weiler Keith Tannler Robert Burnand Richard Ede, Editor A Brian Gridley, Editor Stuart M. Peters ' . Don Ross, Editor Steve Katzmann Fred Blanton Peter Levy . 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