Florida Military Academy - Dugout Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL)

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Foreword V This, the seventh volume of The Dugout, is presented with the hope that it will live and grow in the hearts and minds of the class of 1938 as a permanent record of its activities during the year. THE UUGCLDTUT Tv 126. fa' V ahh .I I .4 I . A . G NW' ,gg . . 1, 4 .Q , . ,-"fl I. 'vi' ' 54 Q.. 13" ' nh 'Q 4 Q. .. :J-kg., ihgwa . , 1,4 4 X ,swf ,L -A 1. . f , -v, , ., , x. kv , 1 L 1 ,yi x , , V4' ' .9 ' ., . , . '. if , '-1.-. H YU. I THE DUGUNU THE DUGOUT HDUCI ak i' 'Ir ir ir uk NY J, fm, A , , A -A. -1" ., . .v - 2, ff. ,--w-:.,,r N',-' . ,K V. H .,,.,.. . Emu, L!! 1',,v,- ' gm ., .- , + THE DUGOUT 1 N 1 1 w 1 1 N w 1 1 ' r W j 1 . L BOOK I ACAJSEMIC ,Q ' 1 1.74. Tv , G P1 xv' r--5 'y 1122 'Z' -L ,x1.'t-fi H' yn. . . f .za -2 '- Y I Y ., ii Q L4 19,131 fx-yg,, .W V MQ? -in WE? i:x.",'A - . 21 THE DTUGUTUT 518 uh. kk i-1, WNV!!- QD LT. COLONEL WALTER B. MENIJELS President J s ,JU J 1 LLM rf Ilg,1l THE DUGOUT LT. COL. BURNELL V. BRYANT MA1JI9R.Ai'BHl g'HPEDEN B.S., University of New Hampshire B S V. lislislppl . 0 ege . Infantry School USA. . ., irglnla Military Institute I f R ' U S A Captain, Inf.-Res , U S A. C t' .- . . . . . '. ' ' ap ag-2be?inteZf1gnt Superintendent, .lurnor School Science MAJOR WILLIAM L. MENDELS MAJOR WALTER L. JONES LT. COL. LEE G. JONES A-B-J Cqnufacouege D Steveng Institute Of Technglggy BllCllZ-111311 Collegiate IHSIJIIIIC Sorbfmne-Uxlweriny of Ch'?a50 Athletic Adviser Headmaster, Junior School National University of Mexico Headmaster Languages MAJOR JOHN J. MULLALY MAJOR JOHN D. FLEMING A.B., Royal University, Dublin A.B., University of New A.M., Spring Hill College Hampshire National University, Dublin lnfantry School, U.S.A. Q Propaganda University, Rome lst Lieut., lnf.-Res., U.S.A. Assistant Headmaster Commwnrlant Languages English Page 15 J ' 'Nm-I .. M ...QW '13, W5 vii: VV , ' i-Qiflihlxj T1-4 A I ,il 5 .MH A.. , ' . fl, .1.5'v iff, -N ' 1.-11 . 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L1coN A.B., M.A., University of Richmond University of Chicago Dean Mathematics ir if if if if 12 'A' MAJOR STANTON L. Banrscum Field Artillery, D.O.L., U.S.A. College of William 81 Mary B.S., Virginia Military Institute Infantry School, U.S.A. Field Artillery School, U.S.A. Professor of Military Science and Tactics i Cnr. Wim. A. L1coN Lxaur. ELMER F. Fmcx Liam. LEON W. Nom. A,B,, University of Richmond A.B., Muhlenburg College A.B., University of Florida Quartermaster Cornell University University of North Dakota Mathematics Commerce A, tlt. A Q 3' ' '1:..,: . K , i Ln:U'r. EDWARD E. FLUTIE LIEUT- FRANK C- BRYANT A.B., Dickinson College A-B-, WHSEUUEQOU 31 Lee Languaggs UDIVCISIIY History Page 16 if Tl-lllE DUGUUT LIEUT. ROBERT E. PARKS LIEUT. JOHKN . . . . Johns Hopkins University B,A., St. .l6l1I1,S WL Cornell University V Orbbrme 2 Jumor School 191 0DklilS lj X Junior x ,N V N ' iiiiiksgiwahvm, Roxana 4:3s3wr,-1. ,.- QTHER, N hk '-"'- LVLL L - lg --lwfii, M w 32: ,. - ' -- FR ANCIS H. GREENE LIEU . REG AL-B-B. R lst ieu , y, A.E.F. College of William 81 Mary ' X '0 School University of Virginia Graduate, Third Officers' Training Camp N Graduate, Artillery School of Fire 2nd Lieut., Field Artillery, U.S.N,A. English ELMER S. PIERCE B.S., Lewis Institute LL.B., Chicago Kent College of Law M.A., Columbia University 2nd Lieut., M.G., U.S.N.A. Commerce REV. J. Page 17 HAMILTON MR. WALTER S. Buooxcs Auditor THE DUGUUT if i' 'A' ir if 'A' ir CAPT. ARTHUR F. Coou-:Y CAPT- EDWQRD J. HENEY lst Lieut., C.A.c., U.s.A. fam SOHSHS Band Annofef lst Lieut., F.A., F.N.C. Liam. JOHN Bumzoucns B.S., University of Florida 2nd Lieut., F.A.-Res., U.S.A Basketball Coach Brmd Leader CQPT- FRANK JOSEPH SGT. SEALE H. MATTHEWS Director of Athletics D.E.M.L., U.S.A. Assistant to the P. M. S. 80 T DR, JOHN A, HERRING Mn. RICHARD LEHMANN A.B., Georgetown University Gflidllafe, Chicago Musical M.D., University of Michigan College Medical Office, Graduate, American Conservatory of Music Music Page 18 THE DUGOUT MRS. ALBIN D. PEDEN MRS. JOHN J. MULLALY Birmingham School for Girls Sophie Newcomb College Connecticut College for Women Tulane University Housemother University of Alabama MRS. DORIS COREY ROBERTS Ladies' College, British Isles Assistant Housemather Primary Department 1 Mus. LUCILLE F. BARRETT MRS. BURNELL V. BRYANT R.N., Chester County Hospital A.B., Mount Holyoke College lPa.l Pennsylvania State College Academy Nurse Columbia University Librarian Miss ALICE CLOUD Washington School for Secretaries Secretary Page 19 ff-:,xgf,', . fi' ,j.4,I"' Q 31751 "1 , ,4! 1. '4,Q,fg?Q 6iN3i2'QV W. , ., 'L,k:,f .',.. 'k,sn'!' 4'- Q ,,k,14,., ,1- Pifel ,pany 5- 14 , Mini!-. I .wiv , "H1. -L 1 . f 62 .5 MY' ww, .. 7 m 3- ir' I' nt 5, HF A fl'-9 X 5: K 1 THE DTUGUUT Thfe Senior Glass Ffrsl Rolf: CUIIZLIIUZ. J.. llunison. Mitcllvll. J. J., Mora. R., Hall, And:-rsun, Conlin, Nm-I. Shuuppe-. lfvslury. F.. xll'I.l'iSIl. R. Sl'l'UlHl Rout: lhillillll. llzu'km'y, Bvllilvl, :'Kyr'rs.UiII1'r, Nlnmly.5l1'8lQ'. Buvh, lfnlwl. Bl'i'yIIlLlIlll. Kvyunt. Huusman. 'l'urnlmurkv, Capps. Huphun. ll., Pln-lam. Kulruu, Buvvr-n, M4'l'l1z1iI. Tllirzl Rolf: ll:-run-II. Ilolln- way, flulfle-lllu-1'g, Nlurlun. Sl'lIllQ't'k, llnnl. l':Lll'll!'Hl. Iilkins. Hlauve-lt, Wuynivk. W1-rlx. Uonzulvz, I". Chnss UTHHMW-Yrs Guolau le A Nnlelcsow. Presiflenl Gmmgri IIALI.. I 'ivf'-l'rv.s1'1lw11 Kr:NNr:'1'lI CONLIN. Secremry Romzm' Mcl.1':1s1l. Ilismrian NIAJOR JOHN D. FLmnNc: Faculty Adviser Imp zo il :5f'?5'l1xa Si -'A , l 'af A A A if 'kTHEDUG The Senior Class GEOROE HAGEN ANDERSON Florida CHARLES TAYLOR AYREs Tennessee AGUSTIN JOsE BENITEZ - Cu ba CALVIN LEON BENNETT Virginia STEWART ARCH BLAUVELT Florida JOSEPH WALKER BOWEN Virginia JOHN BERNARD BREYMAN, III Ohio HEc'roR ADOLPHO BUc1-I Cuba 'HORACE CAPPS Florida KENNETH BERNARD CONLIN, JR Florida HOMER RUSSELL DANISON, JR. Ohio V WILLIAM MARK EARNEST Georgia ROBERT CLYDE ELKINS Florida ROBERT WAYNE FORD Florida PAUL GILLER Florida HAROLD MARvIN GOLDENBERG Ohio JOSE FERNANDEZ GONZALEZ Cuba GEORGE CALVIN HALL, JR. New York WESTON HILLARD HAUSMAN New Jersey JAMES ROBERT HOLLOWAY Florida HUDSON FosTER HUNT Georgia ROBERT FRANKLIN MCLEISH Ohio KYLE MCLEAN MCPHAIL Florida Page 21 JOI-IN JENKS MITCHELL Pennsylvania JOHN BENJAMIN MOODY Florida RAUL GALBAN MORA, JR. Cuba GEORGE EDWARD NOEL Florida JOHN VAN PHELAN Texas ROY JAMES REYANT ' Ohio ROGER CLARK SCI-INECK Florida BYRON COLUMBUS Sl-IOUPPE Florida HEATH WARREN STEELE New York GEORGE MILTON TURNDURKE Florida C. HERBERT WI-:RTz Pennsylvania . 99:51. ., ..I.,. OUT 'll'lHllEDUG0lU'll'i' if 1' if if f if GEORGE HAGEN ANDERSON 5fDirty7, St. Petersburg, Florida Favorite Saying: UF all in, Band!" Y Entered, September, 1936. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Bandg Cadet Private, First Class, Bandg Cadet Corporal, Bandg Orchestra: Letter in Football and Trackg Intramural Boxing, Basketball and Baseballg Secretary of "F" Clubg Vice-President, Junior Classg Secretary of the Hop Committeeg Dugout Staffg Tower Staff g Science Medalg Athletic Medal. 1937-38: Cadet First Sergeant, Bandg Orchestrag Letter in Football and Trackg Co-Captain, Football Team: Intramural Boxing, Baseball and Basketballg President of "F" Clubg Chairman, Hop Committeeg President, Senior Classg Dugout Staff. Hobbies: Playing wooden trombone in Physics lab. Intended College Intended Profession Emory University Physician Page 22 ff' 'if A fe THE DUGOUT CHARLES TAYLOR AYRES "Chuck" Knoxville, Tennessee F avorite Saying: "Blowing off again, eh?', ' v Entered, December, 1936. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Band, Cadet Private, First Class, Band, Basketball Squad, Swimming Squad, Orchestrag Expert Rifleman. 1937-38: Cadet Sergeant, Drum Major, Bandg Cadet Staff Sergeant, Drum Major, Band, Orchestra: Letter in Basketball, Intramural Track, Swimming, and Basketball, Cheer Leader. Hobbies: Twirling the Baton. Intended College Intended Profession Undecided Business Page 23 TlHIlEDlUG0lU'll'f 'A' if if f i' i' AGUSTIN JosE BENITEZ ffTin0,9 Havana, Cuba Favorite Saying: "No! No test today!" Y Entered, September, 1936. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Company Bg Cadet Private, First Class, Company B3 Track Team: Intra mural Track and Footballg Boxing Teamg Rifle Clubg Swimming Squad. 1937-38: Cadet Corporal, Company B5 Track Teamg Intramural Trackg Bomb Staffg Rifle Clubg "F" Club. Hobbies: Stamp collecting. Intended College Intended Profession Undecided Business Page 24 I ,Z1,,1. it 'k it it 'if i' NTHIEDUCUUT CALVIN LEON BENNETT Cicali! Richmond, Virginia Favorite Saying: "Carry me back to ole Virginny!" Y Entered, September, 1936. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Company B, Boxing Squadg Intramural Boxing, Track and Football. 1937-38: Cadet Corporal, Company Bg Cadet Sergeant, Company B5 Intramural Football and Box- ing, Archery Team. Hobbies: Hunting and swimming. Intended College Intended Profession Virginia Military Institute Army Page 25 .f in TlHIlEDUG0lUTf wk if if ir wk -k STEWART ARCH BLAUVELT Sispeedii St. Petersburg, Florida Favorite Saying: "Take off the brakes!" V Entered, September, 1936. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Company Bg Cadet Private, First Class, Company B3 Rifle Team. 1937-38: Cadet Sergeant, Company Ag Cadet Corporal, Company Ag Rifle Teamg Intramural Swim- ming Teamg Winner of City Rifle Championship. Hobbies: Collecting bullets. Intended College Intended Profession Dulce University Army Page 26 ii' fr av fa if 'TLT THE DUGUUT JosEPH WALKER BOWEN 653093 Tazewell, Virginia Favorite Saying: "Who? Me, Sir?,, Y Entered, January, 1938. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Company Ag Boxing Squad. Hobbies: Collecting photographs. Intended College Intended Profession Bluefield Business Page 27 TlHllElDlU4G0lUT1ff 1' it it it if i' JOHN BERNARD BREYMANN, III "Good Looking" Pass-a-Grille, Florida Favorite Saying: "l'd hate to tell." V Entered, September, 1935. 1935-36: Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Corporal, Company Ag Intramural Football. 1936-37: Cadet Sergeant, Company Ag Rifle Teamg Fencing Teamg Bomb Staffg Dugout Staff. 1937-38: Cadet Second Lieutenant, Company Bg Cadet First Lieutenant, Company B3 Intramural Sportsg Rifle Teamg Bomb Staffg Dugout Staff. Hobbies: Stamp collecting and model building. Intended College Intended Profession Massachusetts Institute of Technology Engineering Page 23 if af if ef af if -af'lFlHIlE DUGUUT HECTOR ADoLPHo BUCH "Hec1:icoH Santiago de Cuba, Cuba Favorite Saying: "My book ain't open, Cap!" V Entered, September, 1935. 1935-36: Cadet Private, Company B5 Cadet Private, First Class, Company B3 Swimming Team. 1936-37: Cadet Corporal, Company By Cadet Sergeant, Company Bg Cadet Manager of Tennis Team. 1937-38' Cadet Color Sergeant, Staff: Junior Varsity Football Squad: Intramural Football and Base- ball Teamsg Senior Athletic Manager. Hobbies: Playing tennis during drill. Intended College Intended Profession University of Havana Physician Page 29 TlHllEDUCOlUT+ if if ir if if we HoRAcE E. CAPPS "Trouble', Tampa, Florida Favorite Saying: "Hello, Babeli' V Entered, September, 1936. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Private, First Class, Company Ag Cadet Corporal, Com- pany Ag Football, Rifle and Track Squadsg Captain, Baseball Teamg Letters in Football. Baseball and Trackg Corporal commanding winning squad in drill competitiong "F" Club. 1937-38: Cadet Platoon Sergeant, Company Ag Cadet First Sergeant, Company Ag Cadet First Lieu- tenant and Company Commander, Company Ag Football, Basketball, Track, Baseball and Rifle Squadsg Letters in Football, Baseball and Trackg "F" Club. Hobbies: Collecting plane crash news stories. Intended College Intended Profession Texas Air College Aviation Page 30 Q if THE pluoolur Entered, 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 KENNETH BERNARD CONLIN 65Ken9, St. Petersburg, Florida Favorite Saying: 4'Soup,s onlv V September, 1935. Cadet Private, Company Ag Baseball Squad, Tennis Team. Cadet Corporal, Company Bg Cadet Sergeant, Company Ag Junior Varsity Football and Basketballg Letter in Trackg Bomb Staff. Cadet Sergeant Major, Staffg Letters in Football and Trackg Dugout Staffg Secretary, Sen- ior Classg Hop Committee. Q Hobbies: Listening to radio after taps. Intended College Intended Profession Fordham Business Page 31 xii, S ii t Q Til-llEDUGOUT+ if if -me if af if 5 . GE tg ,Q . HOMER RUSSELL DANISON, JR. 6 "Russ,' 0 g Lancaster, Ohio E 5 Favorite Saying: "What a whack!" V Entered, September, 1933. 1933-34: Cadet Private, Company A. 1934--35: Cadet Corporal, Company Ag Cadet Sergeant, Company Ag Cadet Platoon Sergeant, Com- pany Ag American Legion Awardg Bomb Staff 5 Vice-President, Freshman Classg Letter in Football: Tennis Teamg Golf Team. 1935-36: Cadet First Sergeant, Company Ag Cadet Private, Company A: Cadet Sergeant-Major, Staff: Letter in Tennisg Vice-President, Sophomore Class. 1936-37: Cadet First Lieutenant, Company A, Cadet Captain and Aide, Staff, Letter in Tennisg Golf Teamg Fencing Squad. 1937-38: Cadet Captain and Adjutant, Staff, Letter in Track, Football, Baseball, Basketball and Tennis, Fencing Squadg Golf Teamg Bomb Staffg Dugout Staffg Quill 81 Scrollg "F" Club. Hobbies: "Dodo". Intended College Intended Profession Ohio State Banking ' Ria 32 x vi' uk 'tr rf if we Tl-lllE DUGOUT ROBERT GOODWIN DONALD 66B0b77 Washington, D. C. Favorite Saying: "All Present, Squads Right!" Y Entered, September, 1937. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Company Bg Cadet Private, First Class, Company Bg Cadet Corporal, Com- ' pany Bg Intramural Football, Basketball, Boxing and Baseball. Hobbies: Knife throwing. Intended College Intended Profession University of Florida Undecided Page 33 THIEDUGUUT-f if if if if if if WILLIAM MARK EARNEST CCBill35 Atlanta, Georgia Favorite Saying: "What's the meaning of all this?" Y Entered, September, 1937. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Bandg Intramural Track, Baseball and Footballg Dugout Staffg Bomb Staff. Hobbies: Sleeping. Intended College Intended Profession Georgia School of Technology Ceramic Engineer Emory University Page 34 Q 'J of X 1 if -' HQTHJE DUGOUT Qgyo ,SM ROBERT CLYDE ELKINS CGB0bby77 Louisville, Kentucky Q59 Favorite Saying: 6'What have I done now Y Entered, September, 1936. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Private, First Class, Company Ag Varsity Football, Base- ball, Track and Swimming, Fencing Team, Intramural Baseball and Basketballg Bomb Staff, Dugout Staff, "FH Club. 1937-38: Cadet Corporal, Company Ag Cadet Sergeant, Company Ag Cadet Private, Company B3 Varsity Football and Track, Intramural Boxing, Football, Baseball and Basketball, Bomb Staff, Dugout Staff, Athletic Award, "F" Club. Hobbies: Writing and fishing. Intended College Intended Profession Duke University Journalism Page 35 lTHEDUG0lUTi' if 'A' if i' i' if FRANCISCO FESTARY FERRER "Frank" Santiago de Cuba, Cuba Favorite Saying: "Any mail for me today?,' V Entered, September, 1935. 1935-36: Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Private, First Class, Company Ag Boxing Teamg Foot- ball Teamg Intramural Baseball, Football, Track and Swimmingg Rifle Club. 1936-37: Cadet Corporal, Company Ag Cadet Sergeant, Company B3 Boxing Team, Baseball Team, Intramural Swimming, Boxing, Track and F ootballg Bomb Staff 3 Rifle Club. 1937-38: Cadet Captain and Tactical Officer, Staff, Track Teamg Junior Varsity Football Team: Swimming Team: Intramural Baseball, Bomb Staff 5 Dugout Staff g Rifle Club. Hobbies: Radio. Intended College Intended Profession University of Havana Business Page 36 vi' if iff f 1' THE DUGUUT Entered, 1935-36 : 1936-37 1937-38 ROBERT WAYNE FORD "Little Pinch Pennyl' St. Augustine, Florida Favorite Saying: '6What'll you have today?" V September, 1935. Cadet Private, Band, Orchestra, Swimming Teamg Sharpshooter at Egmont Key. Cadet Corporal, Bandg Orchestrag Junior Varsity Footballg Swimming Teamg Expert Rifleman. Cadet Sergeant, Bandg Orchestrag Junior Varsity Footballg Swimming Teamg Intramural Boxing. Hobbies: Music. Intended College Intended Profession Stetson University Music Page 37 THEDUGUUTY if ff if if if if PAUL GILLER Cf-Paul!! Miami Beach, Florida Favorite Saying: "Keep it down to a yell !" Y Entered, September, 1936. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Bandg Intramural Football: Varsity Tennis. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Bandg Intramural Boxingg Varsity Tennis. Hobbies: Tennis. Intended College Intended Profession Miami University Business Page 38 Entered, January, l938. THE Dooom' HAROLD MARVIN GOLDENBERG C5G0!dy,5 Cleveland Heights, Ohio Favorite Saying: "You know it." Y 1937-38: Cadet Private, Company Ag Bomb Staffg Basketball Squadg Baseball Squaclg Cadet Or- chestra. Intended College Ohio State University Hobbies: Eating. Intended Profession Business Page 39 A THIEDUCOUTY is 'ff if if if if Josie F ERNANDEZ GONZALEZ CCE-ffie,, Havana, Cuba Favorite Saying: 30. K., Sirln Y Entered, January, 1936. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Company Ag Fencing Teamg Intramural Swimmingg Rifle Club. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Private, First Class, Company Ag Cadet Corporal, Com- pany Bg Cadet Private, Company Bg Junior Varsity Foothallg Intramural Swimming. Hobbies: Photographs. Intended College Intended Profession National University of Spain Law Page 40 if if iff 'if W ft'TlHllElDUfGOU'lI' Jose MANUEL GONZALEZ 5510897 Havana, Cuba Favorite Saying: 4'Well, I'm happy. How're you?,, Y Entered, September, 1934. 1934--35: Cadet Private, Company Ag Baseball Teamg Track Team, "F" Club: Marksman. 1935-36. Cadet Private, Company B4 Cadet Corporal, Company B3 Cadet Sergeant, Company B3 Cadet Supply Sergeant, Company B3 Baseball, Track and Rifle Teamsg "F" Clubg Sharp- shooter. 1936-37' Cadet Lieutenant, Commanding Company C3 Cadet Private, Company Ag Baseball and Track Teamsg Junior Varsity Football Teamg Intramural Football, Bomb Staff: "F" Club. 1937-38' Cadet Captain and Tactical Officer, Staff, Baseball and Track Teamg Junior Varsity Foot- ball Teamg Intramural Football Teamg Hop Committeeg Glee Club, Bomb Staff, "F" Club. Hobbies: Track and field meets. Intended College Intended Profession Columbia University Engineering Page 41 'll'llrlllElDUGOU'll"f vi' if if if if if WILLIAM LINCOLN HACKNEY iGWhitey9! St. Petersburg, Florida Favorite Saying: 4'l'm happy about the whole thing." V Entered, January, 1938. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Bandg Orchestrag Track Teamg Rifle Teamg Intramural Sports. Intended College Intended Profession Cincinnati School of Embalming Mortician Page 42 at if Tll-lllE DUGOUT GEORGE CALVIN HALL "1 unie" Buffalo, New York Favorite Sa in : "Let's o after some ads, Ca .,' y g g P Y Entered, September, 1935. 1935-36: Cadet Private, Company B, Cadet Private, First Class, Company B, Cadet Corporal, Com pany B, Cadet Color Corporal, Staff, Swimming Team, Boxing Squad, Bomb Staff. 1936-37: Cadet Battalion Supply Sergeant, Staff, Cadet Lieutenant and Athletic Officer, Staff, Swimming Team, Rifle Team, Manager, Track, Bomb Staff, Dugout Staff, Tower Staff, "F" Club. 1937-38: Cadet Captain, Quartermaster, Staff, Athletic Officer, Boxing Squad, Swimming Team, Manager, Football, Vice-President, Senior Class, Bomb Staff, Tower Staff, Dugout Staff, "F" Club. Hobbies: Selling ads. Intended College Intended Profession University of Buffalo Law Page 43 TH IE DUGUUT wk at it if -A' it uk Entered, 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 : WESTON HILLARD HAUSMAN "Hausie" Red Bank, New Jersey Favorite Saying: "Love 'em all!" E V September, 1935. : Cadet Private, Company Ag Swimming Teamg Track Teamg Intramural Swimmingg Rifle Club. : Cadet Corporal, Company Ag Cadet Sergeant, Company Ag Swimming Teamg Intramural Football, Track and Boxing: Bomb Staff, Dugout Staff. Cadet Sergeant, Company Ag Battalion Supply Sergeant, Staff, Varsity Football, Track and Swimmingg Expert Riflemang Bomb Staff, Dugout Staff, Tower Staff. Hobbies: Shooting and sailing. Intended College Intended Profession Texas A. 31 M. College Engineering Page 44 if if if if if if WTHEDUGUUT JAMES ROBERT HoLLowAY Klint!! Fort Pierce, Florida Favorite Saying: "Well, for goodness' sake!" V Entered, September, 1936. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Bandg Cadet Private, First Class, Bandg Orchestra: Intramural Football, Swimming and Rifle. 1937-38: Cadet Sergeant, Bandg Cadet Supply Sergeant. Bandg Cadet Private, Band, Track Teamg Junior Varsity Manager, Bomb Staff, Dugout Staff. Hobbies: Collecting pictures and autographs. Intended College Intended Profession Duke University Statistician Page 45 THJEDUGUUTQ + at if ir we if HUDSON FOSTER HUNT "Fossiel,' Atlanta, Georgia Favorite Saying: "Try it again-and again-and then quit." V Entered, September, 1937. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Private, First Class, Company Ag Track Teamg Rifle Team. Hobbies: Swimming and shooting. Intended College Intended Profession Georgia School of Technology C. P. A. Page 46 mir 'af sei? ti? 'W ROBERT FRANKLIN MCLEISH i c99 Columbus, Ohio Favorite Saying: "What's your opinion against millions of others?" Y Entered, September, 1935. 1935-36: Cadet Private, Company Bg Cadet Private, First Class, Company B3 Cadet Corporal, Com- pany Bg Best Squad Award, Company Bg Intramural Swimming, Baseball, Football and Tennisg Marksman. 1936-37: Cadet Sergeant, Company Ag Cadet Platoon Sergeant, Company Ag Football Teamg Tennis Teamg Bomb Staff g Dugout Staff 9 Expert Rifleman. 1937-38: Cadet Lieutenant, Company Ag Football Teamg Tennis Team, Baseball Teamg Intramural Football, Basketball and Swimming, Bomb Staff, Dugout Staffg Quill 81 Scroll, "F" Club. Hobbies: Knocking on wood. Intended College Intended Profession United States Military Academy Army Page 47 THE DUGUUTQQ if -if if af af af KYLE MCLEAN IVICPHAIL, JR. CSKyle,, St. Petersburg, Florida Favorite Saying: 6'Who will knight me with a smoke?" V Entered. January, 1937. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Company B: Track Team. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Company B: Cadet Corporal, Company BQ Cadet Sergeant, Company A: Varsity Football, Track and Boxing: Captain. Basketball Teamg Intramural Track, Boxing Football, and Rifle Teams, All West-Coast Football Team. Hobbies: Hunting and fishing. Intended College Intended Profession University of Alabama Engineering Page 48 Q at 'ir si' Entered, 1935-36 2 1936-37 1937-38 S ,, fi -as at WTI-IIIE DUGOUT JOHN JENKS MITCHELL Black!! Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Favorite Saying: "Fight for Company A, Fellowsll' V September, 1935. Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Corporal, Company Ag Cadet Sergeant, Company Ag Intramural Boxing and Rifle Teams: Bomb Staff, Dugout Staff, Science Medalg Honor Cadet. Cadet Supply Sergeant, Company B3 Cadet Color Sergeant, Staff, Cadet First Sergeant, Company Ag Cadet Battalion Supply Sergeant, Staff, Intramural Rifle and Football: Track Teamg Bomb Staff, Dugout Staff, Quill Sz Scroll. Cadet Captain, Company Ag Intramural Football, Track and Baseballg Track Teamg Bas- ketball Teamg Editor-in-Chief, The Bomb, Tower Staffg Dugout Staff, Hop Committeeg Cadet Councilg "F" Club. Hobbies: Fencing and riding. Intended College Intended Profession United States Naval Academy Navy Page 49 Tl-llEDUGOUTf if if 1' + if ak JOHN B. Mooor Gil. B. 93 Tampa, Florida Favorite Saying: "Don't let it worry you." V Entered, January, 1936. 1935-36: Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Private, Bandg Rifle Teamg Track Team. 1936-37: Cadet Private, First Class, Bandg Letters in Football and Rifle: Swimming Teamg Track Teamg Expert Rifleman at Egmont Keyg "F" Club. 1937-38: Cadet Supply Sergeant, Band: Letter in Foolballg Track Teamg Swimming Teamg "F" Club. Hobbies: Photography and helping Bradham with his love affairs. Intended College Intended Profession Undecided Business Page 50 a- at -if . THE DUGUUT RAUL GALBAN MORA "Big M ora" Havana, Cuba Favorite Saying: "Whatever you do, do it right!" V Entered, September, 1935. 1935-36: Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Corporal, Company Ag Intramural Tennis Team. 1936-37: Cadet Color Sergeant, Staffg Cadet Battalion Supply Sergeant, Staffg Cadet Lieutenant, Company Ag Fencing Team, Rifle Team. 1937-38: Cadet Captain and Aide, Staff, Rifle Teamg Cadet Honor Council. Hobbies: Fencing. Intended College Intended Profession Georgia School of Technology Engineering Page 51 0 N 1 . A n ' if wk 'A' ir uk 4 ' l' it it THE DUGUUT ffl. V xx X: D X X' " s 'N . S x N X x xl ' . ' X: x fb Q -f X x f 1 X 1 35 1 SVN' N 3 RIIPH ENCELL MORTON ' A 8 "Mortonovich" X iBeaver, Pennsylvania . ' K Nldavorite Saying: "Where,s Wiley?" xi C li ' K .xp X N is N X Entered, September, 1937. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Private, First Class, Company Ag Cadet Corporal, Com- pany Bg Varsity Football, Boxing, Baseball and Track: "F" Club. Hobbies: Frances Ann. 2.5 J Tfay4,.:.m D at-xx. e H I Kmgm V, Intended College Intended Profession Virginia Military Institute Undecided Page 52 .An- if 'Af 'if 'fi' NA X THE DUGUUT Entered, 1934--35 : 1935-36 ' 1936-37 1937-38 EDWARD GEORGE NoEL "E dd ie" St. Petersburg, Florida Favorite Saying: "Like them all, but love only one." Y September, 1934-. Cadet Private, Company Bg Swimming Teamg Rifle Teamg Sharpshooter. Cadet Sergeant, Company B3 Cadet Supply Sergeant, Company Ag Rifle Teamg Swimming Teamg Expert Rifleman. Cadet Lieutenant, Company Bg Rifle Teamg Intramural Footballg Distinguished Rifleman, N. R. A. Cadet Captain, Company B3 Swimming Teamg Rifle Teamg Senior Athletic Managerg ln- tramural Baseball, Instructor's Medal, Rifle Marksmanship, N. R. A. Hobbies: Blowing soap bubbles. Intended College Intended Profession United States Military Academy Army Page 53 THEDUGUUTW 'K' 1' if 'ff if 14' J OHN VAN PHELAN 6SFiz39 Clearwater, Florida Favorite Saying: "Let's dance!" V Entered, January. 1938. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Company Ag Basketball Squadg Baseball Squadg Track Squad. Hobbies: Making all 90's. Intended College Intended Profession Texas University Engineering Page 54 'af 'fr 'll'lHllE DUGOUT Entered, 1935-36 : 1936-37 : 1937-38 : United CHARLES MCPHAIL RAPHUN, JR. "Chuck" St. Petersburg, Florida Favorite Saying: 4'Dame un cigarroln Y February, 1936. Cadet Private, Company A, Basketball and Boxing Squads, Letter in Boxing. Cadet Private, Company A, Cadet Corporal, Company B, Cadet Sergeant, Company B: Football and Basketball Team, Fencing Squad, Intramural Sports, Board of Directors, "F" Club, Letters in Football, Basketball and Fencing. Cadet Supply Sergeant, Company A, Cadet Platoon Sergeant, Company A, Football Team, Intramural Sports, Rifle Club, Hop Committee, Board of Directors, "F" Club, Dugout Staff, Quill 81 Scroll, Cadet Council. Hobbies: Cross Word Puzzles. Intended College Intended Profession States Military Academy Army Page 55 THE DUGOUT if if f f ROY JAMES REYANT CfR0y!9 Cleveland, Ohio Favorite Saying: "Settle down!" Y Entered, 1935-36 : 1936-37 : 1937-38 : September, 1935. Cadet Private, Bandg Orchestra: Swimming Team. Cadet Lieutenant, Bandg Tennis Team, Swimming Teamg Bomb Staff. Hobbies: Jam sessions. Intended College Western Reserve University Banki Page S6 'A' if 'Ir Cadet Corporal, Bandg Cadet Sergeant, Bandg Orchestra, Tennis Team, Swimming Team Intended Professwn ng if if if if ff THE DUGOUT GASTON JOSEPH ROBAU G6R0bby97 Sagua la Grande, Cuba Favorite Saying: "What did you say?,' Y Entered, October, 1937. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Company Bg Boxing Teamg Rifle Club. Hobbies: Reading books. Iniended College Intended Profession University of Havana Physician Pg 57 THIEDTUGUUTW 'Jr if 'lf it 'k 'if ROGER CLARK SCHNECK "Schnecky" Plant City, Florida Favorite Saying: "Hold the smokes, boysli' Y Entered, September, 1936. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Company Ag Junior Manager, Football Team, Intramural Football, Basket- ball and Rifle Teams. 1937-38: Cadet Corporal, Company B3 Cadet Private, First Class, Bandg Cadet Corporal, Band: Let- ters in Football and Boxing: Senior Manager, Football, Boxing and Basketball Teams' Bomb Saaffg Tower Staffg Dugout Staff, Intramural Boxing, Baseball and Rifle Teamsi "F" Clu . Hobbies: Collecting rare and assorted fish. Intended C allege' Intended Profession Cornell University Engineering Page 58 .tt W wma, THE DUGOUT L ete sburg, Florida Favorite Saying: "Settle down, you've played enough." V Entered, September, 1936. 1935-36: Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Private, First Class, Company A, Cadet Corporal, Com- pany Ag Cadet Sergeant, Company A, Letters in Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track and Swimming, Intramural Sports, Rifle Club, Bomb Staff, "F" Club. 1936-37: Cadet First Sergeant, Company A, Cadet Lieutenant, Company B, Letters in Football, Bas- ketball, Baseball and Track, Bomb Staff, Hop Committee, "F" Club. 1937-38: B ttalion Commander Letters in Football Baseball and Track Basketball Cadet Major, a , . , , Squad, Co-Captain, Football Team, Chairman, Board of Directors of "F" Club, Cadet Council, Dugout Staff, Rifle Club. Hobbies: Boating. Intended College Intended Profession University of North Carolina Business Page 59 THEDUGUUTY if if f if 'k f HEATH WARREN STEELE "Butch" Plandome, New York Favorite Saying: "Who won the war?" V Entered, January, 1937. 1936-37: Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Corporal, Company Ag Letters in Basketball and Swim- mmg. 1937-38: Cadet Platoon Sergeant, Company Ag Letters in Basketball, Football and Tennisg Secre- tary of "F" Clubg Bomb Staff. Hobbies: Photography. Intended College Intended Profession Cornell University Undecided Page 60 v l r at THE DUGUUT t, at GEORGE MILTON TURNBURKE Q rapper T 9 Clearwater, Florida Favorite Saying: "You ain't got brain one!" V Entered, February, 1935. 1935-36: Cadet Private, Company A. 1936-37: Cadet Corporal, Company Ag Track Teamg Bomb Staffg Tower Staffg Expert Rifleman. 1937-38 Cadet Platoon Sergeant, Company BQ Archery Teamg Bomb Staffg Dugout Staffg Tower Staff. Hobbies: Hunting with bow and arrow and feeding rats in the Lab. Intended College Intended Profession Virginia Military Institute Aviation Page 61 THEDUG0TUT+ if ar if if af f O , JAMES DONNELL WAYNICK "Baldie" Greensboro, North Carolina Favorite Saying: "What say, Bud?" V Entered, September, 1937. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Company Ag Varsity Football and Boxingg Intramural Track. Hobbies: Collecting newspaper clippings. Intended College Intended Profession Undecided Business Page 62 f -if -sf -:ff vs if THE DUGOUT V C. HERBERT WERTZ GiHerby99 Johnstown, Pennsylvania Favorite Saying: "Silence is golden." Y Entered, September, 1937. 1937-38: Cadet Private, Company Ag Cadet Private, First Class, Company A3 Varsity Football, Bas- ketball and Trackg Intramural Football, Basketball, Boxing and Track. Hobbies: Dancing. Intended College Intended Profession Leland Stanford University Mortician Page 63 1, f 9 ' fe -' 'f' 4 "Q " ,r mix ,, ,-' mf .- Ja, ,.., .f . ,K AY' ,,, , 'v M 31 1 Ji'f.?Av-- Q, -L ., .LN -. N ay ,- r k 1" ' ,, Amr" LL5r. , Q 'ilw ' r " XPQYI 114 I, f. 4 mimm THE DUKGUUT PUSH Graduates lmfl to Righf: Rapllun. Waynivk. Gonzalez, J., Murlon. Fvslary, Havknvy. Holman, Donald Romf:n'r Goonwm DONALD Uislricl of Colzlrlzbill Josr: MANLYH, GONZALEZ Cuba RALNI ENc:r:1,1. Momox I 'vu n xy! Ullll ia Gfwrow Josrzvn ROBAU Cuba Pugr- 64 Fr:AN1:1sc:o F1-:s'rARY FERRER Cuba WII.1.1Am LINCOLN HACKNEY Pennsylvania C11ARI.r:s NICPIIAIL RAPHUN, JR Florida JAMES DONNELI. WAYNICK North Carolina if ir -nf if ff af -kTHEDUGOUT The A ' Lower Classes 1 if M, ,. .- l .ir :- ff.. yy J. ' y' -4 o, 1:-,evwvv QLNAJ .V alia' ' gg- .. -. .VV li . -.fl-, A. Af' 4""vr . .fx A-. f 4 vi' QU? 912 v t,,g3.'h-3' ,f . if -. Y ' y .M ,. , .iw si ' . -.ff ., - I4 Nw' ', Sw. 1- 'iv . Q4 THE DUGUUT Vlllllffe qllunmlwr Class 'H 'Wil iifialgjl ' ' 15 ' ' - ----f--f-2i--f.':'.:'.-":h:':"."'W'r": ,. gl ll . i QW! if ', , ffll 5 lfirsl Roux' Lloyd. Dawson. Dorman, Mills. lXl1'CllH'C'Il. Brafllmm. Wilc'y. Luriv, Br-tllany. Lay. Nlalzx. Sc'r'm1rl Row: M1-eks, Daly, I,e-in-lm, Spearman, llicks, Mc- VV1-tlxy. All1ll'f'WS, Cmxmlf-z. P.. llc-rgvr. Kirkland, Le-un. lllc'a4l. Bnslanrl. Third Kunz' llulnlrarll. Slvvens. W'ingalv. l. H.. Moss, Marshall. Wingutv. I. N., Hartman. Nlourv, Sinmmuns, Min-Inf-Il, J. W., Raphun. L. Class ffllllllwrs josmvu BRAIJIIAM, Presifienl JACK WII.kIX'. Vice-l'residen1 WILLIAM MCQUEEN. Secremry Pam- 66 A I---711 if - 7 H in.,,...,.p,p-vu-O. .H WY-,,-,.r,.,,, i Q I .,,, , 7 If iw ,..,., an . A l . -Y .fl , AAAAAAATHEDUG 1 The Junior Class STANLEY OVERTON ANDREWS Florida A MELvIN WOHL BERcER Florida VICTOR BELA BETHANY Ohio ' JOHN JOSEPH BOSLAND Illinois IDSEPH WALTON BRADI-IAM, JR x L' . .' Florida 'A JOHN ASTOR DALY ,, '4 Norzh Carolina JOHN, . DAWSON, R. it ' AFlorida ROBERT, CHARLES DORMAN Florida PEDRO ENRIQUE GONZALEZ ' Q . Cuba LOUIS WOODSON HARTMAN West Virginia VONNIE MONROE HICKS North Carolina DWgGHT ERROL HUBBARD Florida V OLIN 'IXIAVIS KIRKLAND Florida BURKE THOMAS LAY Florida GERARD ALBERT LEITCH New York MARIO ANTHONEY LEON Cuba EDWARD NELSON LLOYD New Jersey HAROLD HERSCHAL LURIE Missouri WILLIAM FINLAYSON MCQUEEN Florida RAYMOND ELMER MCWETHY Florida SAMUEL PARKS MARSHALL North Carolina JOSE ANGEL MATA Cuba STERLING CARRETT MEAD, JR. Florida Page 67 ALBERT RAY!-'ORD MI-:EKS Florida ILLIAM BREYMANN MILLS JAMES WALTER MITCHELL Florida ARTHUR WALLACE MOORE Ohio EARL CHESTER MOSS, JR. Rhode' Island LELAND RICHARDS 'RAPHUN 'Florida' WILLIAM ALLEN SIMMONS Florida Q JOHN THOMAS SPEARMAN Cuba HENRY DANE STEVENS Georgia IVY HAMILTON WINCATE Florida IKY NEWTON WINGATE Florida OUT A THE UUGUTUT 'Mawr ScwlpWl11frJan 1111an1rA'4v Cllanss Ifirxl Roux' liul-wr. Nl:-I4-un, l"4ll'SyllI. Ilnllm-s. Rilw. I':il!4lIlIillI. lluflul. 'l'l1:m1ps1m..l.. xllifil. N.. l"1'hlilI'j.,l.. Brown. Sz'1'nr11fRnu': Wilson. 11411114-ggyf. Dunn. Guy. lliwkin. Iiurlln-II. 4-luirnggu. Bluvk. ll,. f1IIl'i!-liC'. llulllv. Il:-will. Tlzirrl lx'nu': Alullna. Burn- -ie-in. IU-nu. Wmlmx. N11-Iillllmlgll. llyflrick. Pl'l'illil. t:1Nll'l'il'll., liurmqm-. Chiles 4U7TITffwwrs J Mrk lC.fxs'1'M l'1'v.sz'flw1l W'lI,l,l'UI RILICS. I'11-v-l'1w.siflv11.l I'.-wi. Gl'S'I'-X'I'. Sm-r'f'1111'y lmgf- me I + A A A ff L+ NTHEDUGUUT ly. , ,A The Sophomore Class ROBERT WARREN BAKER Florida JOSE IGNACIO BARRAQUE, Ill Cuba BENJAMIN JOSEPH BARTLETT New York HUGO L. BLACK, JR. Alabama JEROME JOSEPH BORNSTEIN Florida JAMES HENRY BROWN Florida ROBERT GORDON CHRISTIE British Columbia CLIFTON COMEGYS Pennsylvania JACK EUGENE EASTMAN Massachusetts Joss FESTARY Cuba ALVIN MURRAY FORSYTH Pennsylvania Y WILFRED PRESTON GAY Alabama Huco MALET GODERIIII-I Cuba PAUL JOI-IN GUSTAT Florida ROBERT CUTLER HASKIN New York , CARLOS LUIS HERREBO Cuba ROBERT NELTON HEWITT New Hampshire CARL GUsTAvE ADOLPH HOHLE New York DONALD EDWARD HOLMES Florida CLAUDE KETTLE HYDRIOK South Carolina 1 STUART HOLMEs JOHNS Florida Page 69 CHARLES J OHN MCCULLOUOI-I, JR New Jersey JOHN EDWARD MOLEAN Florida . ALBERT GALBAN MORA Cuba CHARLES WILLIAM NORTON Pennsylvania ' FRANCISCO PENA Cuba FRANCISCO PERAZA Cuba ' JUAN QUIROOA Cuba. , nr WILLIAM LARRY Runs ' Florida GEORGE AUGUST Scx-IMIDT New Jersey JOHNATI-:AN THOMPSON New York HERBERT R. WILSON Florida 2 4, :- . r'.,,.'S "' 4 I, ,-,, THE DUGUTUT THUG Flrveshnnnmm Class ' ,,, N, Q -1 .4 HI V- A....,, l"irsI Kunz' liluvk. S.. l':Lll'It'. Hin-Q, Filler, fl. 11:11 Huyu, xll'l":il1'lIt'I'll. Ovm-rlruy, Kyle-. HiHvL Pu SHHHL Ku Purkvn Hvynnhlx Svrund Rout ChapnnuL WHnnlwunL Hu SunhhNiHuuHLlHvukNy,W1Hddvn,SnHHLll.Wf.JhuHu.WHmdwunL.L.SvuHvhL Thirfl Huw: Ilvrrs-rn. Nlurtim-z, Y:-rm-lu, Ht'l'l'4'I'll. Gun-ia. Mnlmlr. I w 'G r Sm, 5 Mlzuss UIITffmvn's OLIVER Mazlimzruzlcw. l're.s1'fIenf lIAnms IJICI, llfxm. l'1'1-f--l're.sz'fle111 Ali'l'lll'R Uvr:n1s.n'. Sccrvfary lmgf- 70 T Y, f 'Q .f-m'1faij3+qr.5ff -M my 2 r ,L ir 'lr Tk ir ir ir THE DUG The Freshman Class WILLIAM BARTLE ABBOTT New York STERLING FOSTER BLACK , Alabama Romam- EDWARD BLEAKLEY Florida RoDER'r EDWARD CHAPMAN New York CARLOS DEL HAYA Cuba Jol-IN EDWARD DUNN Pennsylvania .IAMEs TILGHMAM EARLE Florida FREDERICK CROSMAN FITLER Pennsylvania EDUABDO GARCIA Cuba FELIPE IGNACIO HERRERA Cuba WALTER STANLEY JINDRA Florida RUSSELL HENDON KYLE, JR. W est Virginia ANDREW OLWER MCEACHERN Florida FRANCISCO' J osE MABTINEZ Cuba V PARKER EVERD MILLER Ohio ROBERT GEORGE NEELD Florida ARTHUR SLDAN OVERDAY Indiana 'WARD MAYH1-:w PARKER Florida ' MYRON C1-xARLEs REYNOLDS Indiana HDWARD PENDLETON Ruins Florida lDAw91D ABSHIRE SCOFIELD ' Florida A 9 DAVID WAR1Nc SMITH 3 Florida EARLE RONALD SMITH Florida ROBERTO SORDO Cuba ANGEL VARELA Cuba Joss EMILIUVILLAMIL Cuba JAMES 0NzELo WI-QDDEN D Florida A HARRY Wo0DwARD . Florida J AMES WOODWARD Florida Page 7l THE DUGUUT The ,llutnuioir Sfelhtooll Front Raw: Barnes, Schafer, Brazier, E., Herring, Dolrrow, Herron, Farrar, Schulte llenry, Manry, J., Barrett. Sewunrl Row: Brazier, J., Berry, Koralxeck, Wilson Whitaker, Davis, Xiques, Zimmerman, Manry, R., Sc-ybold, Cowell, Fernandez, Rea Third Row: Sharpe, Mitchell, W. H., Fowler, Purger, Williams, Tillman, Macfar lane. Vinent, Roberts, Samper, li., Siqnes, Johnson, Mclaeish. Fourth Row: Dorn bush, Killian, Villegas, Towne, Boyce, Leonard, Parks, Sinclair, Julian, Samuels Cramer, Mandel. Y Page 72 f, , ,L - -I" J' ,,r',w'I'! ' , , 2 .- ,', '- ,'. ---M4 , If Q!! 'A' if Ik 'k Il' i' 'KTHEDUGUUT The Junior School ROGER S. BALL, JR. KNOX JULIAN Florida Florida WALLACILROY BARNES ALBERT JULIUS KORABECK, III Florida Florida LAWRENCE FOLKE BARRETT ALBERT JOSHUA KUBAN Florida Connecticut MARVIN ROE BOYCEI JR' HUGO STANLEY LIPPMAN Florida Cuba z EDWARD ILENFIS BRA mi R. SPENCER LEONARD, JR. 'une Tennessee 5 J OSERII ENRIcIIT BRAzIER Maine MIWY E I I0 RICHARD Cox COWELL ' Florida STEWART MACEARLANE, JR. q Cuba CORITH CRAMER, JR. New York IRWIN DAvID MANDEL N Y k ROBERT HOWARD DAVIS ew or New York JAMES EDWARD MANRY 0scAR DOBROW Texas Fl0"d" ROBERT LEWIS MANRY WILLIAM WARREN DORNBUSCI-I TCXUS Honda WILLIAM H. MITCHELL, JR. GARY RODERICK FARRAR Florida Missouri SEWELL WELCH NEILSEN LOUIS FERNANDEZ New y0,.k Cuba WILLIAM VAN ZANDT PARKS WILLIAM HOOPS FITLER Florida Pennsylvania C O P RICHARD WEISEL FOWLER JOHN LAYT. N Umm Florida ' Fiend" MICHAEL MOORHEAD REA JOHN AUGUSTUS HERRING Penn lmmia Florida W JOHN HERRON CHARLES BOYLE ROBERTS Florida Pennsylvania' WILLIAM THOMPSON HENRY, JR. ARTHUR SEYMOUR SAMUELS Canal Zone New York EDWARD MOREHOUSE JOHNSON ERNESTO JUSTO DE SAMPER Florida New York Page 73 HARRY GOOD DE SAMPER New York FRANK SCIIAI-'ER New York WILLIAM VANNEAR SEYBOLD Pennsylvania V VICTOR VIVIAN SI-IARPE, JR. Florida WILLIAM HENRY SCIIUTTE Flori ' J Fame Ohio GEORGE CUMMINGSWORTII SIQUES Cuba ROBERT S. SLOAN Florida EARL BISBEY S'rOI.z Florida ROBERT MANLEY TIIARIN Florida 0RvIs GEORGE TILLMAN Florida FREDERICK T. TOWNE, III Florida ABEL VILLEGAS Panama HENRY EDWARD VINI-:NT Cuba PAT WHITAKER, JR. I Florida JAMES LOUIS WILLIAMS Florida KEITH WILSON Missouri ALI-'REDO XIQUES Cuba , ROBERT ZIMMERMAN Florida THE DUGOUT 2' -62 ' U - " 3 - 1- I .f- , ,NN , .,. :,..m,1: QW ' Hz -f, f if if it if -k if irTHEDUGOfUT ipoox II, I . .7""35 i ?f.K1,f fx, 'V N. ., 'ilk' X. if ' :WK 1' ' wr A A fag, i 2 "1 SH, '. ., lm. V THE DUGUTUT TM: Cwnmnilissiwlnlfedl SYLHHITF I .-f' , 1? iluu-rr Nlmrm Bynum 12. Sll0lI'I'I41 Miss Muclux lI.B1m llulluliun lfnrrrlrlrlrzrlf-r Ifllfflllfllll Sponsor I I ff. if R- THE DUGUTUT H. RUSSELL DANISON, JE. Cadet Captain THE COLORS The Bra11Uta11liOn Staff BYRON C. SHOUPPE Cadet Major Battalion Commander RAUL G. MORA, JR Cadet Captain Adjutant GEORGE C. HALL, JR. Aide Cadet Captain FRANCISCO F. FESTARY Quartermaster JOSE MANUEL GONZALEZ Cadet Captain Cadet Captain JOHN J. MITCHELL Cadet Captain KENNETH B. CONLIN, JR. WESTON H. HAUSMAN Cadet Sergeant-Major Cadet Battalion Supply Sergeant HECTOR A. BUCH CHARLES M. RAPHUN Cadet Color Sergeants CARLOS DEL HAYA JOHN A. DALY Cadet Color Corporals Page 77 " ' lIDTl I4INNlJ"H" -'WC-'HR -JFFIIQ' ..'w+- "' -K 1 xmn 4 uw xlx ,,HNI,I'Il XX. Iiuxmu xxl Nllf- XIIIJYRI-.Il SHLLHXN ffrlllflulllrffflu Slmrlxnr' Imp' Taz i df? .. ir if ak' if 'A' 'A' 'A' The Band V Jossrn W. BIIADI-IAM Cadet Captain, Commanding THE DUGOUT 'ROY J. REYANT ROBERT C. DonMAN Cadet First Lieutenant Cadet Second Lieutenant GEORGE H. Armmzsau Cadet First Sergeant Rosmr W. Fonn DONALD E. HOLMES cadet staff sagem d cadet staff sergeant Joan B. Moomr Cadet Supply Sergeant WILLIAM F. MCQUEEN ROGER C. SCHNECK JAMES H. Bnowu WILLIAM M. EARN!-:s'I' PAUL GILLI-:R 'PAUL J. GUSTAT WILLIAM L. HACKNEY' Ronznr N. HEwI'r'r" CHARLES T. Avnzs v Cadet Sergeant, Drum Major OLIVER MCEACHERN SEWELL W. NII-:LsoN Cadet Sergeants ' STANLEY 0. ANDREWS Cadet Corporals JAMES R. HOLLOWAY RAYMOND E. MCWETHY' DAVID A. SCOFIELD' GEORGE A. SCHMIM WILLIAM A. SIMMONS' DAvm W. SMITH Cadet Privates "' Cadet Privates, First Class Page 79 RoaEn'r W. BAKER EARL B. STOLZ ROBERT M. TIIAIIIN J. Loms WILLIAMS HEIIIIEM' R. WILSON JAMES 0. WHIDDIFN " 4 1' HN, fUfID1UVlT i 1 XIPII I lu I I,IIal'lI.NXN'I'IIlllKU1Ll'..1.XI'l'5 Nllw lm- Mn xc, Iwlllllllllllllflly SIHIIIXUI' ling. MII t F J I HW-e--, I vw - , f . T..-6 Y- . ,, N' , V if ' I1 - ' I 'Y 5 i' 'A' Tk if i' Company A HORACE E. CAPPS Cadet First Lieutenant, Commanding A ir I THE DUGOUT ROBERT F. McLEIsH AWILLIAM B. MILLS Cadet Lieutenant Cadet Lieutenant BURKE T. LAY EDWARD N. LLOYD Cadet First Sergeant Cadet Supply Sergeant HEATH .W. STEELE JONATI-IAN THOMPSON Cadet Platoon Sergeants KYLE M. MCPHAIL ALBERT G. MORA STERLING G. MEAD PEDRO E. GONZALEZ Cadet Sergeants MELVIN W. BERGER JACK E. EASTMAN STEWART A. BLAUvELT SAMUEL P. MARSHALL WILLIAM B. ABBOTT' BENJAMIN J. BARTLETT' STERLING F. BLACK' JAMES W. BOWEN CLIPTON COMEGYS' ROBERT C. ELKINs EDUARDO GARCIA HAROLD M. GOLDENBER LOUIS W. HARTMAN CARLOS L. HERRERO' WILFRED P. GAY' . G' 4 VONNIE M. Hlclcs Cadet Corporals ADOLPH C. HOIILE' HUDSON F. HUNT CLAUDE K. HYDRICK WALTER S. JINDRA' OLIN T. KIRKLAND MARIO A. LEON' ALBERT R. MEEKS' PARKER E. MILLER' ARTHUR W. MOORE ARTHUR S. OVERDAY K . il Cadet Privates "' Cadet Privates, First Class Page 81 WARD M. PARKER' FRANCISCO PERAzA JOI-IN V. PIIELAN LELAND R. RAPHUN' MYRON C. REYNOLDS' EARLE R. SMITH' ROBERTO SORDO JAMES D. WAYNICK HERBERT C. WERTZ' JAMES WOODWARD I n 'Ev- ' 9 .gy 4, ...af Lf K'-:Iq- zwsyy., , .W TIHUE DUGUUT M. lx CA, fun I "" -4 wwf' ge f: X w M Hill!-f'I' f:tI'TXIN flliillifllll I-I. Klum, Miss K-xv N1,m,u 5 CUlHlHlllllll'lIg 5,,,,,,5,,, if I I 8 if?" , ' """1'f ' -ig' 'I ff . ,- W- f -Q?-'Jf9'f" 35.5 ,. , "'W"E, 'A' ir 'Af 'A' I ir I THE DUGOUT Company B V GEORGE E. NOEL Cadet Captain, Commanding VICTOR B. BETIIANY JOHN B. BREYMANN, III Cadet Lieutenant Cadet Lieutenant JACK 'A. DAWSON ALVIN M. FORSYTH Cadet First Sergeant Cadet Supply Sergeant WILLIAM L. RILES GEORGE M. TURNBURKE Cadet Platoon Sergeants CALVIN L. BENNETT. JOHN E. MCLEAN JOsE A. MATA JAcIc L. WILEY Cadet Sergeants AGUSTIN J. BENITEZ RUssELL H. KYLE, JR. ROBERT G. DONALD CHARLES W. NORTON JOsE I. BARRAQUE HUGO L. BLACK, JR. ROBERT E. BLEAKLEY' JOI-IN J. BOSLAND JEROME J. BORNSTEIN' ROBERT E. CHAPMAN ROBERT G. CHRISTIE' JOI-IN E. DUNN' JAMES T. EARLE' JOsE FESTARY FREDERICK C. FITLER' HUGO M. GODERIOII RALPI-I E. MOIITON Cadet Corporals JOSE F. GDNZALEZ ROBERT C. HAsIcINs FELIPE J. HERRERA' DWIGHT E. HUBBARD' STUART H. JO1-ms GERARD A. LEITCH! FRANCISCO I. MARTINEZI CHARLES J. MCCULLOUGH JAMES W. MITCHELL' EARL C. Moss, JR.' Cadet Privates ' Cadet Privates, First Class Page 83 FRANCISCO PENA' JUAN QUIROGA' HOWARD P. RIVES' GASTON J. ROBAU' ROBERT S. SLOAN JOHN T. SPEARMAN HENRY D. STEVENS' ANGEL VARELA' JOSE E. VILLAMIL ,IKY EN. WINGATE IVY H. WINGATE HARRY WBODWARD 'NHHE DTUCGKUPUT 11XIlIu'I' f1KI"l'XIN Il KIl0I,ll II. l,l ml-1 Klux lIl4:'r'l'w I I, unrrznrlirl 1 Spnfzsnr ' ' MA Q R I nr . hx-' XI X I ll HN ..?,., . . ve. fm., A it i' i' if 'lf 'A' NTHEDUGOUT Company C Y HAROLD H. LURIE Cadet Captain, Commanding MURRAY M. MCLEIsI1 Cadet First Lieutenant 4, Second in Command VICTOR V. Sl-IARPE, JR. ABEL VILLEcAs Cadet Lieutenant Cadet Lieutenant WILLIAM W. DORNBUSCI-I STEWART MACI-'ARI.ANE,' JR. Cadet First Sergeant 1 Cadet Supply Sergeant CHARLES B. ROBERTS F. RICHARD SINCLAIR Cadet Platoon Sergeants KNox JULIAN GEORGE C. SIQUES , IRWIN D. MANDEL HENRY E. VINENT Cadet Sergeants ROBERT L. MANRY Cadet Corporal, Guidon'Bearer LAWRENCE F. BARRETT ALBERT J. KORABECK, III WALLACE ROY BARNES WILLIAM V. PARKS ROBERT H. DAVIS Cadet Corporals ERNESTO J. DE SAMPER WILLIAM V. SEYEOLD RocER S. BALL, JR. MARVIN R. BOYCE, JR. EDWARD D. BRAzIER J OsEPH E. BRAZIER CORITI-I CRAMER, JR. RICHARD C. COWELL OSCAR DOBROW GARY R. FARRAR LOUIS FERNANDEZ RICHARD W. FOWLER MICHAEL REA Cadet Corporals and Buglers WILLIAM T. HENRY, JR. JOHN A. HERRINC JOHN HERRON EDWARD M. JOHNSON ALBERT J. KUBAN R. SPENCER LEONARD, JR. JAMES E. MANRY WILLIAM H. MITCHELL, JR. JOHN C. PURCER Cadet Privates Page 85 HARRY G. DE SAMPI-:R ARTI-IDR S. SAMUEI5 FRANK SCI-IAI-'ER WILLIAM H. SCI-IUTTI-: O. GEORGE TILLMAN FREDERICK T. TOWNS, m PAT WRITAKER, JR. KEITH WILSON ALI-'REDO XIQUES ROBERT ZIMMERNIAN ,V-.fu 'W f t ggaf? i ,":' ' A 1 M N 'A zgggiia rw -1 +,.qzfp,w .g .1 , 'f'wH:9 '.ww'gn ,?1',tfQEf'ff, ,E,f1q,,a-tm ,eu . ., . i asian q in it elf'-?,'f-2-lil L . ' .4 ' ' ,t' ' -tfhgg.. f '4- M Jyk, fz ZS.5:'?j.,.f'i3 1, i a . fe gh qt L. i :' 'f ifY'.5,1ir,is 1 ,fi . . CJ'.'l"' i X' .. Q . ..,j. .. . fr V 1. 4 THE DUGUUT iss TACTICAL OFFICERS l.cfl In Right: Major Bertscln-y, Captain Bryant, Captain Pa-tlcn, Captain Cooley, Licutcnant Flctning. Lieutenant llcncy, Lieutcnant Hohinson, Sergeant Matthews. URINIL the summer of 1937 word was received that the Academy had been selected as onc of the leading military schools of the nation. Florida lVlilitary Academy had heen designated as an Honor School by the Wat' Department. During the past year, Major Stanton L. Bertschey, Field Artillery, has served as head of the military department in the capacity of Professor of Military Science and Tactics, with Sergeant Scale H. Matthews detailed as his assistant. Acting as tactical officers were those of the Academy's faculty who held commis- sions in the U. S. Army as reserve officers. Captain Bryant was the tactical officer of Company Ag Lieutenant lfleming of Company Hg Captain Peden of Company C1 and Lieutenant Heney of tht- Band. Captain Bryant, Lieutenant Fleming and Lieutenant Heney assisted Major Bert- schcy as instructors of military subjects for the R.O.T.C. course of training. Captain Pcdcn and Lieutenant llohinson were in charge of the military training and drill of the smaller cadets of Company C. These tactical officers held reserve commissions in various organizations of the army and were experienced in their respective lines. Captain Bryant was assigned to the 07th Infantry. a tank regiment, as Executive Officer. Captain Peden was a member of the regimental staff of the 328th Infantry as S-fl in charge of supply. Lieutenant Fleming was an officer of the Corps Area Service Command, and Lieutenant Heney Page 86 THE DUGUUT served as Executive Officer of the Headquarters Battery of the 116th Field Artillery. Lieutenant Robinson had seen active service in the Mexican Border Campaign and was a cavalry officer overseas during the World War. Captain Cooley had served many years with the regular army and had seen action during the Spanish-American War in Cuba, the Philippine lnsurrection, the Boxer Rebellion in China, and the Mexican Border Cam- paign. During the World War he was in charge of mine-laying operations on the New England Coast and the Bay of Fundy. The first public appearance of the corps as a military organization was on Sunday, September 26th, when the first Battalion parade of the year was held. On Tuesday, November 30th, the corps acted as host to the midshipmen of H.lVl.S. Orion, British cruiser, when they were the guests of the cadets for lunch. Later in the afternoon the midshipmen played an exhibition game of Rugby, which was followed by a Full Dress Parade with the Gmiddiesl on the reviewing line. ln honor of the visit, the Colors of England shared honors with our own national colors in the line of parade. The battalion marched in its first street parade when they participated in the annual Shrine Parade in the Gasparilla Carnival in Tampa. The companies passed in review before Governor Cone of Florida and his staff. On the reviewing line were Colonel lVlendels and Captain Peden. ln observance of National Defense Week, February 12-22, the R.O.T.C. unit of the CADET COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Front Row: Danison, Festary, E., Shouppe, Mora, R., Gonzalez, J., Hall. Second Row: Mitchell, J. J., Mills, McLeish, R., Noel, Bethany, Breymann, Bradham, Reyant, Dorman, Lurie. if Page 87 THE lDlUfG0lU'lF K CADET NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Frarzt Raw, Seated: Benitez, Steele, Lloyd, Ford, Lay, Buch, Conlin, Capps, Holmes, Anderson, llausman, Dawson, Raphun, C., Mead. Seconcl Row, Slanrling: Forsyth, MelCat-hern, Mora, A., Andrews, Turnburke, Bennett, McLean, Riles, Thompson, J., Wiley. Ayers, McPhail, Berger, McQueen, Moody. Third Row, Standing: Mata Kyle, llicks, Morton, Brown, Baker, Schneck, Festary, J., Gonzalez, P., Eastman del Haya, Blauvelt. a s academy gave an exhibition of modern infantry weapons on the parade ground. In con- nection with this, the Headquarters Battery of the 116th Field Artillery demonstrated modern means of signal communication, including the radio, telegraph, telephone, and ground signals to aircraft. The eorps made its annual appearance in the Festival of States Parade on Friday, April lst. Captain Bryant, Captain Peden, Lieutenant Fleming and Lieutenant Heney marched with the Corps. Colonel Mendels was on the reviewing stand. Medals were presented to the cadets selected as outstanding in both the Senior and the Junior School at a special parade on Army Day, Wednesday, April 6th, Cadet Ma- jor Byron Shouppe was awarded the Medal for the Senior School for outstanding work as Cadet Commander of the Battalion. Cadet Supply Sergeant Stewart Macfarlane of the sixth grade was the recipient of the medal for the Junior School. He was selected as the most deserving because of his outstanding record in every phase of the activities of the Junior School. The medals were awarded by the St. Petersburg chapter ofthe Reserve Page B8 THE DUGOUT Officers' Association, and the presentations were made by Captain Stephen F. Hancey, president of the local chapter. On Sunday, April l0th, three medals were awarded to cadets by the St. Petersburg Post of The American Legion. These medals were awarded to Cadet Captain Joseph Bradham, commanding the Band, as the outstanding cadet officer of the Junior Classg to Cadet Corporal Melvin Berger of Company A, as the outstanding commander of a squadg and to Cadet Private Mario Leon, also of Company A, as the outstanding private in the cadet battalion. The announcement of the promotion of Cadet Leon to the grade of Ca- det Private, First Class, was made at this time. As the year was drawing to a close, and as the Dugout went to press, the final drive of the year was being made. The dates of the annual Government Honor Board lnspec- tion had been announced. The lnspecting Board was to be at the Academy on May 5th and 6th. The tactical officers, the cadet commissioned and non-commissioned officers, and every private in ranks, all were working in anticipation of the main objective of the military department, that of continuing its excellent record by again being selected as an Honor Military School by the United States War Department. JUNIOR SCHOOL OFFICERS Kneeling: Parks, Seybold, Samper, E., Barrett. Barnes, Korabeck, Maury, R., Rea. Slrznzlingr Mandel, Vinenl, Roberts, Dornbusch, Sharpe, McLeish, Villegas. Macfar- lane, Sinclair, Julian, Siques. Page 89 THE DUGUUT i' 1- -gf:-:W Q 2 nf vw 1 ir if 1' 'If i' 'ff ,YTHEDUGOUT N 1 BOQK IH ATHQLI-me ruiaouooura if f f f 1+ f THE FOOTBALL TEAM Front Row: Capps, Morton, Marshall, Schneck, Noel fMgr.l, Major Mendels, Sergeant Matthews, Bradham, Anderson, McQueen, Shouppe. Second Row: Moody, Spearman, Danison, Wilkinson, Captain Joseph, Wiley, McLeish, Hydrick, McPhail. Back Row: Elkins, Leon, Daly, Lay, Steele, Conlin, Christie, Waynick Bethany. 1 lFfO0TlBAlLlL The Brooksville victory of December third brought to a close the 1937 football schedule of the Florida Military Academy. This year has been the most successful season enjoyed by the school since l932, when a strong F. M. A. eleven won five games and lost two in competition with college "Freshmen" and '4Big Ten" opponents. A glance at the past campaigns reveals that the "Colden Wave" gridiron forces rolled over four opponents, were beaten twice, and tied once in their hard, seven-game sched- ule. Included among the soldiers' foes were two members of Florida's "Big Tenn foot- ball conference, an organization composed of the State's largest schools. The remainder of the schedule consisted of games with teams which are members of the "Southwest" and "Central" Florida Conferences. Although composed of 'gminor leaguei' members, these two circuits rate high in the estimation of the larger schools of the State, and are never regarded by them as being easy games. When the initial football practice of the year was called on September 6th, eight veterans reported to Coach Joseph. The returning lettermen were George Anderson and Joe Bradham, guards, Bill McQueen, centerg Jack Wiley and J. B. Moody, ends, Page 92 THE DUGOUT and Byron Shouppe, Horace Capps and Bob Elkins, backs. The first game of the year was scheduled with the Plant High School "Panthers" on October 2nd in Tampa. Finally the afternoon of October 2nd arrived. Before a crowd of 2500 spectators, the Plant eleven was able to capitalize on the breaks of the game, together with the fact that F. M. A. was unable to cope with the steady stream of reserves that were con- tinually being sent in against them, and Plant won by the score of 21-6. F. M. A.'s only score was the result of a ten-yard smash off tackle by Shouppe, late in the third period. Nevertheless, the game was much closer than the score indicated as evidenced by the fact that F. M. A. was able to secure 7 first downs as compared with Plant's 9. The lack of reserves had greatly hindered F. M. A. in the year's first 'fBig Tenw con- test. The Academy's starting line-up for this game and most of the other games of the season found Wiley and Danison at ends, lVlcLeish and lVlcPhail at tackles, Bradham and Anderson at guards, and McQueen at center. The back-field positions were held down with Shouppe at quarter, Elkins and Capps at the half positions, and Steele at fullback. Following the defeat by Plant High, the "Golden Wave,, returned to its own grid- iron on the following Friday night and fought Largo's L'Packers,' to a thrill-packed 7-7 deadlock before 3000 fans who were time and again sent scurrying by intermittent TEAM CAPTAINS Left to Righz: Shouppe, football, Capps, baseball, McPhail, basketball, Coach Joseph, head coach, Wiley, boxingg Elkins, track, Anderson, football. Page 93 4 r , ,, , 7 5,45 .x'fi"6 ' 1.,.f'9. . rm? ruiilglpxz if H y ,N .M f. 5 5. Qgtjtig i ,Q age.. id" 5: e ...F E 1 "1-41, if 12. L .qfms sgzil ., 1 1.7"i4::"2a- 1 . ggi-4..vf,1.'l 1- aft.. ' l . 1. . 'gi'-.wa ,,,Af,- 'ffl -v,l,'1- 'r"f17-fl. si ' ' " "5 fif?ti? i ,rf 1 . 'ii , raw g '- M -x'-2.g.1':Q, Yr. Elm. . '11, . it-1' ,55ff1w.? .L t ,wwf 5 5. it-sew WIFE' '- 2'-fifgfifc .rggi1K' ,Qy.51.1 " - 'H r -.Mu ...'w4L.,q.q N -- f L. Q, i5g,Q5v few 1.-qv sl- i. M A,,1i-,Fi Q if -4 5 Viv! QQ'-f4 Q 1 ,-gr, gjiug 112.425 , '-fm '-sl-nw. ,gg R - 'ails V .. fUW--if 5,1-!,'a"'sf, . ET .:QJ1?"' . 5If"'H f fig-z.. .5 I.. ' s:."'v4. .IA X Q5 .,.,, 1J' Q g if : 5.1 X-, 'V 2 I -iv? 'z.., Sq ,zz lf,-ir'Wi7,"fg1 - ' 'f5??f5l1f1fP , f., -Egs-63. f'5,.,.. ' .1 -x .1 .f f 3 -.if ,.,, A -ma, -.fi H. : 1..'J3l' ipaq , .J THE DUGUUT THE TENNIS TEAM Left to Right: Giller, Bethany, Reyant, Lloyd, Stevens, Steele, Lieutenant Finck fC0achJ. showers of rain. Early in the second quarter the F. M. A. aerial attack came to life when Shouppe, on a fake end-run, faded back and threw a long forward pass to Elkins, who scored on the play. The same combination made good the extra point. Over- confidence and the difficulties presented by the inclement weather were credited with the resulting tie rather than a victory for F. M. A. as had been anticipated. The cadet line played an exemplary game of football during this game. On numerous occasions they were likened to blocks of granite when, with their backs against their own goal, they repeatedly threw back attempts of the 4'Packers" to score. The first victory of the season was gained the next week, when F. M. A. played the strong Punta Gorda "Tarpons,, in another home game under the lights. The final score was 6-3 and the game was probably the most exciting of the entire season. The lone F. M. A. score was again the result of the Shouppe to Elkins passing combine. Following the Punta Gorda victory the squad remained idle for the next three weeks. During this period daily practices were held. On November 6th the team went to Dade City where they met the undefeated St. Leo College Prep eleven. The "Lions" caught the g'Golden Wave', off form and soundly trounced them by an 18-0 score. Page 94 if if sk -it as if a"1'1Hl1EDUGOUT Angered by the defeat at the hands of St. Leo--a team which they had expected to beat-the cadets played host to the Tampa College "Collegians" a week later and trampled them 12-0 in an exciting game that repeatedly found Tampa College with its back to the wall. F. M. A.'s two touchdowns were scored by Bob Elkins. Following the Tampa College victory, the cadets played Plant City's "Planters" on the latter's field. Hitting a mid-season stride, F. M. A. downed them 13-7. F. M. A. had won its first "Big Tenn game since 1932. Touchdowns were made by Capps and Moody, with Elkins making the extra point. In the last fray of the season, F. M. A. fought the Brooksville "Leopards" in an after-dark battle. Gaining a terrific momentum, the "Wave" rolled over the Hernando County team by a score of 61-6. Shouppe added 19 points to the score, with Elkins scoring 13, Daly 12, Steele 6, Capps 6, and Wiley, Moody, Conlin, Schneck and Mar- shall scoring 1 point each. After the close of the season an "All-Star" team, composed of outstanding players from the various teams of the West Coast of Florida, was selected to play a post-season game with an "All-Star" team from Ohio. Anderson, McPhail and Elkins were selected from the Academy's squad to play on this team. Final computations of the figures for the season showed that the Academy's grid forces had scored a total of 105 points in their seven games of the year, against a total of 56 for the opponents. Graduating Letter Men: Shouppe, Capps, McPhail, Anderson, Elkins, Steele, Waynick, Moody, Schneck, Conlin and Hausman. Returning Letter Men: Bethany, Bradham, McQueen, McWethy, Marshall, Wiley, Spearman, Leon, Lay, Hydrick and Daly. 1937 RECORD F. M. A. Opponent Opponentis 'Score 6 Plant High 21 7 Largo 7 6 Punta Gorda 3 0 St. Leo 18 12 Tampa College 0 13 Plant City 7 61 Brooksville 6 105 Totals 56 Pg 95 THE DTUGUTUT ta at sir if ir is v x 4,1-me - -,nr-' ,,,,, A . , ' Q ' ' 'wal-.ann -ip' nos-M . . K I I K 4 ' N e 4 ,- THE BASKETBALL TEA Nl Slunrling: Captain Joseph ttioaclil, Noel tltlanagerl. Steele, Haekney, Danison, M1-Phail. Aycrs, Werlz. Sclincck lltlanagerl, Lieutenant Burroughs tlioaehl. Kneeling: Mitchell. .l. .l.. Mitchell, J. W.. Wingate tlvyl, Wingate flkyl, Daly, Ph:-lan. Sitting: ,Iindra and Rives lftssistant Managersj. BASKETBALL The hasketlrall team had a highly successful season for the year l937-38. ln a wcll-balanced. fourteen-game schedule they emerged victorious on eleven occasions and wcre defeated only three times. Under the expert coaching of Lieutenant John Burroughs the initial practices were lnegun shortly lieforc the Christmas holidays. Whcn the cadets returned from their Christmas furlough, Coach Burroughs put his squad of hopeful candidates earn- estly to work. As a nucleus, the team was built around three lettermen who returned from the 1937 team. These were Steele, Shouppe and Wilkinson. Leading candidates were Wertz, a guard with three years, experience in a northern high school: 'fShorty" lVlcl'hail, a towering six-footer who was out for the pivot postiong and the flashy and experienced Wingate twins, lky and lvy, who were forwards. The regular line-up for most of the Academyis cage encounters found the Wingates at the forward positions, lVlcl'hail at center. and Hliutchw Steele and Hflerhien Wertz at the guard positions. The close of the season was in Tampa on March 13th, when F. lVl. A. accepted an invitation to participate in the annual West Coast Basketball tournament. After de- feating Sarasota in the opening game, 25-24, the cadets then played Plant High in the Page oo 'f'1""""q 'f s. F ., 4, I, if if 'if 'if if 'if 'KTI-IEDUGOUT second round and were defeated by them 28-16. Plant High then went on to capture the tournament championship. At the conclusion of the tournament, Iky Wingate and "Shorty" McPhail were selected by tournament officials and sports writers for positions on the first and second all-tournament teams respectively. Too much praise cannot be given to Coach Bur- roughs for his success in rounding out such pa highly successful season. Graduating Lettermen: McPhail, Wertz, Steele, Danison and Ayres. Returning Lettermen: Ivy Wingate, Iky Wingate, Daly and J. W. Mitchell. 1937-38 RECORD F. M. A. Opponent Oppomenfs Score 52 St. Petersburg Vocational High 10 47 Lowrey's flndependentl 29 30 St. Petersburg Junior College 22 25 New Port Richey 14 23 Kentucky Military Institute 34 15 Largo 6 34 Clearwater 36 25 St. Petersburg Junior College 20 24 Clearwater 19 47 Largo - 19 22 Kentucky Military Institute 20 45 Cooksey's flndependentl 15 25 Sarasota fTournamentJ 24 16 Plant High fTournamentJ 28 430 Totals 276 - BOXING Captain Joseph, boxing coach, issued his first call for candidates for the boxing team early in January. Although sixty cadets reported for practice, only a few were experienced. Jack Wiley, last year's State Golden Glove Welterweight Champion, headed the contingent of would-be boxers. During the first two weeks in February, the annual intramural bouts were held with each senior company entering its contestants in the various weight divisions. Company A finally won the boxing championship in a 4 to 3 bout decision over its arch rival, Company B. Coach Joseph took his boxers to Miami on March 6th in order to compete in the annual State Golden Cloves Tournament. Making the trip with Captain Joseph were Boxing Captain Jack Wiley, Kirkland, Morton, Mead, Schneck, Bleakley and Gonzalez, P. Due to several contributing factors, the cadets failed to score a victory. The St. Petersburg Y. M. C. A. held its first Golden Gloves Tournament on Friday night, April 22nd. Cadets entered in the tournament were Bleakley, Gonzalez, P., McQueen, Raphun, L., Bradham, Lay, Waynick, Bosland, and Wiley. The middle- Pg 97 THE DUGUUT is 797 if it if if weight gold medal was won by Jack Wiley and Pedro Gonzalez was declared the win- ner in the bantamweight division. TRACK Led by two veteran dash men, Bob Elkins and George Anderson, the Academy har- riers began their workouts early in March. Somewhat handicapped by the loss of practically all of the '37 lettermen, the chances for a successful season were not very promising at the start. The first meet of the year was a dual encounter with Kentucky Military Institute on the F. M. A. field. The result was a decisive victory for the Academy, as the cadets rolled over their rivals by a 72-44 margin. The next meet was not scheduled until after the annual Spring Vacation when on April 16th, Coach Burroughs took his team to Tampa for a dual meet with Hillsborough High, a member of the "Big Ten". Once again the cadets came through in excellent style and captured an easy win to the tune of 6516-4215. Elkins was the star of the meet with first place wins in the 100 and 220 yard dash, the broad jump, javelin and discus. Coach Burroughs entered the team in the state track and field meet, held annually THE BOXING TEAM Sitting: Norton, Smith, E., Gay, Hall, Hubbard. First Row Standing: Coach Joseph, Schneck, Lay, McQueen, McPhail, Wiley, Morton, Kirkland, Mead, Noel lManagerJ. Second Row Standing: Bradham, Hydrick, Moore, Sordo, Bartlett, Waynick, Berger, Smith, D. W., McCullough. Page 98 -N-.11.. , - 1-f-f-1'y"jm.-- ' f - www .... ... ,.-..f l-. f .f 1 .. ., , ,uf ily nO if if if -k if it QTHEDUGUUT in Gainesville. Elkins again proved himself to be almost a one-man track team, when he was the only F. M. A. man to reach the finals. Elkins scored a total of ten points and ranked third as individual high scorer. He won firsts in both the 100 yard dash and the javelin throw. The final track meet of the year was held on Friday afternoon, April 29th, when the cadet squad faced St. Petersburg Junior College on the Academy field. The annual Decathlon, held to determine the school's best all-around athlete, was to be held on May 11th, after the date of publication of The Dugout. ACADEMY TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS Event Record Held by Time or Distance Year 50-yard Dash .,................ George Grace ....... .................. 5 .7 sec. 1935 100-yard Dash ....,............. Robert Elkins ....... ............ 1 0.2 sec. 1938 James Smith ..... ......... 2 2.4 sec. 1936 220-yard Dash -""" """' R obert Elkins ......... 22.4 sec. 1938 440-yard Dash .................. ,lose Gonzalez ....... ............. 5 7.3 sec. 1937 880-yard Run ......... ....... l ohn Maxwell ....... ........ 2 min. 30 sec. 1937 Mile Run .......................... lose Herrera ..... ........ 4 min. 57 sec. 1935 200-yard Hurdles ............ lose Gonzalez .... ......,......... 2 6 sec. 1937 220-yard Hurdles ............ George Grace ............. 32.2 sec. 1936 High Jump . ..................... Raymond Moore ....... ............... 5 ft. 6 inches 1936 Broad ,lump ...... .....,. R obert Elkins ....... .......... 2 0 feet 9112 inches 1938 P 1 V I Kearney Leggett ....... ...........,.............. 1 Ofeet 1937 0 C au t """"" A """' Raymond Moore ..... .............................. 1 0 feet 1937 Shot Put K12 lb.J .............. George Grace ........ .......... 4 0 feet 815 inches 1937 Javelin Throw ....... ....... K earney Leggett ....... ......... 1 58 feet 8 inches 1937 Discus Throw ....... ....... R obert Elkins .................................. 107 feet 6 inches 1938 Baseball Throw ................ Jose Gonzalez ....................,............. 340 feet 6 inches 1937 440-yard Relay ................ Grace, Anderson, Gonzalez, Smith ................ 47.9 sec. 1937 880-yard Relay ................ Grace, Benitez, Gonzalez, Smith .......... 1 min. 42 sec. 1937 Mile Relay ........... ........ G onzalez, Conlin, Maffei, Mitchell..4 min. 12.2 secs. 1937 Medley Relay 110 yards-George Grace 220 yards-Jose Gonzalez - K 1000 yardsl ................ 330 yards-Robert Elkins .... ............ 2 mln. 16.3 secs. 1937 440 yards-Gene Mastry Decathlon ...... ........ I ames Smith ....................... ....... 40 points 1936 BASEBALL The first baseball game of the season was on the afternoon of March 12th when E. M. A. lost to Kentucky Military Institute in Venice by a score of 6-2. ln spite of excellent pitching by Wiley and Leon, bad breaks and errors gave the game to K. M. I. On Saturday afternoon, March 20th, the cadets evened the score by defeating K. M. I. 6-3. Bill McQueen, the first baseman, was easily the star of the game, with three Page 99 'll'lHllE lDlUfG0lU'll' 'ef ft' if if if n 1 f f . f THE BASEBALL TEAM Front Row: Kirkland 1ManagerJ, Leon, Morton, Raphun, L., Coldenberg. Coach Joseph, Bosland, Eastman, Capps, Quiroga, Mead tManagerJ. Sevond Row: Shouppe, Perazza, McQueen, Holmes, Rives fManagerl, Smith, E., Mitchell, J. W., McLeish, Wiley. hits credited to him out of four tries at bat. Wiley, pitching an exoellent game, held K. M. l. to five hits. St. Leo College Preparatory School was the next opponent of the Academy nine on Saturday, April 10th. Staging a pitchers battle, Wiley allowed St. Leo only two hits, while Norkus of St. Leo allowed the heavy hitting cadets only five. The score was 2-0 in favor of F. M. A. Continuing the winning streak, F. M. A. defeated Tampa College on the following Wednesday afternoon by a score of 6-5. Leland Raphun's single, with two out in the ninth inning, scored Capps from third for the winning run. In the next game of the year the cadets held a 5-2 lead over Hillsborough High's team until a fatal break in the eighth inning allowed the Terriers to finish the game with a score of ll-5 in favor of Hillsborough. In spite of triples hit by Capps and Shouppe in the return game with Hillborough on Saturday afternoon, April 23rd, the cadets lost an 8-1 contest. The game was played on the Waterfront Park diamond, winter home of the St. Louis Cardinals of the Na- tional League. Page 100 THE DUGOUT St. Leo came to the Academy diamond on Wednesday afternoon, April 20th for a return game, and lost to the Academy nine by a score of 4 to 3. On Tuesday afternoon, April 26th, Jack Wiley continued his winning habit and held Tarpon Springs to 3 hits. The cadets won with a score of 12 to 3. On the following afternoon Bob McLeish made his initial debut on the mound for the cadets in a game against St. Petersburg Junior College. The final score was in favor of F. M. A., 22 to 3. Games were also scheduled to be played with Tampa College on May 12th, and a return game with Tarpon Springs on May 17th. The cadet line-up for most of the games found "Sonny Boyl' Shouppe behind the plate, ,lack Wiley, Mario Leon or Bob McLeish on the mound, g'Bing,' McQueen at the initial sack, Raphun, L., on second, Juan Quiroga at short and ,lack Bosland on third. In the outfield there were Horace Capps, ,lack Eastman and ,loe Perazza. Capable substitutes were Don Holmes, Smith, E., Mitchell, J. W., and '4Coldie" Goldenberg. THE TRACK TEAM Kneeling: Gonzalez, J., Anderson, Woodward, Wingate llvyl, Conlin, Wingate tlkyj, Elkins, Simmons. Standing: Baker 1ManagerJ, Waynick, Hackney, Festary, F., Wertz, Daly, Moss, Hausman, Comegys, Coach Burroughs. Page 101 THE DUGUUT me E' 'if if 'fl' TENNIS Although Coach lfinck and his proteges worked hard on the courts, the Academy tennis team was unalmle to make a very impressive record for the year. The ranking of the members of the team at the time the Dugout went to press was Stevens, Giller, Lloyd, Reyant, Bethany, Steele and Mitchell, J. W. During the season, two matches were played with each of the following: St. Petersburg Junior College, Kentucky Military Institute, and Hillsborough High School of Tampa. The cadets failed to win a single match, although several cadets won from their individual opponents. 4 'T iwfpt +4 - 'UW . . N. - . ' la A . 1 at K., 5 it A . mei "f . TM ' ' ' .2 A Y I L .5 4 ,NX . We 1, M .,, I f 8 t SENIOR RIFLE TEAM Front Row: llausman, Hlauvelt, Breymann, Noel, Gonzalez, P., Chapman. Second Huw: Capt. Cooley lCoachl, Nloody, Mcphail, Mora, R., Bethany, Hackney, Andrews. lHtlllFlLlE Coat-hed hy Major Bertschey, Captain Cooley and Sergeant Matthews, the rifle team was entered in hoth the Corps Area matches and the Hearst Trophy matches. Those firing in the Corps Area Match on March 3rd and 41th were Hausman, Noel, Breymann, Gonzalez, P., Andrews, Moody, Bethany, Hackney, Chapman and Mcphail. Overcoming the difficulty of the lack of practice, the team scored 3,157 points out of a possible 4,000 and placed eleventh in the Corps Area. All R. O. T. C. units of schools in the entire Fourth Corps Area competed in this match. Page 102 'Til-lllE DUGUUT THE JUNIOR RIFLE TEAM First Row: Roberts, Siques, Julian. Second Row: Vinent, Mitchell, W. H., Fowler, Kurabeck. Third Row: Leonard, Samuels. Capt. Cooley tCoachl. ,Johnson McLeish, M. On March 20th the firing was completed for the entry of the Academy team in the Hearst Trophy Matches. Firing on the five man team for this competition were Moody, Andrews, Hackney, Noel, and Hausman. These five scored 823 points out of a possible 1,000 and placed eighth. Something new for the rifle teams on the Academy was the shoulder to shoulder match fired on the Academy range on the morning of March oth. The contest was a quadruple match between two teams entered from the R. O. T. C. unit of Hillsborough High, the team from Plant High, and the F. M. A. group. Plant emerged the winner with a score of l523, and 1492 for the Academy, and l479 and 1472 for the two teams from Hillsborough. With the changes made in the indoor rifle range, and with the personal interest and assistance of Major Bertschey, plans are now being laid for a successful rifle season next year. V Cadets of the Junior School fired on the range several times during the year, but did not engage in any competitive firing with other teams. Many of the Cadets won official National Rifle Associations for making certain scores on the range. Those having consistently high scores during the year were Johnson, Leonard, Samuels, McLeish Vinent, W. H., Fowler, Korabeck, Roberts, Siques, and Julian. Page 103 THE lDlUG0lU'l1' THE ARCIIERY TEAM Left lo Right: Fortl, Dawson, Tnrnliurlu-, Christie, Kyle, Hewitt. SWWMNHNG Competitive swimming was not begun until late in May. No meets had been sched- uled with other schools, hut plans were made for an intramural meet. The records of the Academy were: Event 40- ard Free St le y ...e,v... 40-yard Breast Strokes, 40-yard Back Stroke ........ 100-yard Free Style ......... 120-yard Medley Relay... 80-yard Relay ..,.,..Y.......e Plunge for Distance ..r,..,,r, Underwater Swim .. 200-yard Free Style Record Held by Time or Distance ,Emilio Bacardi .,,..,. ..,.,...........,.,.. 2 lsec. ,Jose Herrera ....,.,..... .,,..t,.,,..... 2 3.8 sec. Emilio Bacardi .,.i..,,i,,.tt.,,....,,,.,..t...t,,..,,,...,.. 28.8 sec. .Shane 0 Neill .i.............,e.,,.,..,,.,...,,.,v.. 1 min. 8.5 sec. ,Company B, Back, Breast and Crawl Strokes Team: Hernandez, Chapin, Friesel .... l min. 12.6 sec. Company B-Team: Barandiaran, Bacardi, Herrera, Sanchez ..,,..,...,,,.,....,.,...,,,...,,, 43.4 sec. K. C. Leggett ...,.....,,..,.,,.,..,,,............ 46 feet 9 inches Wayne Ford ............. .......,............ 6 0 yards George Hall .........,.......,. ,....,,.. 2 min. 24.8 sec. ARCHERY Year 1935 1934 1934 1936 1936 1935 1935 1937 1936 Archery was an entirely new sport at the Academy this year. Interest was de- veloped in the sport principally through the activity of '4Trapper" Turnburke, who Page 104 wk if if af as 'ffi'Tll'lllE DUCUUT has been seen almost daily for the past two years walking around in the afternoon with a quiver of arrows at his back and his bow in his hand. "Trapper" gained the interest of several other cadets by showing them that a target-sometimes a moving target- can be hit with an arrow shot from a bow. This year those who were interested in archery were particularly fortunate in having Mr. Thurwachter, a winter resident of Gulfport, give semi-weekly instructions in the sport. Cadets on the team were Turnburke, Dawson, Hewitt, Christie, Ford, and Kyle. The high-scorer throughout the season was Turnburke. "FH CLUB This year, the second year under its new constitution, the "F" Club continued to be very active in both athletic and social activities at the Academy. The banner year in athletic competition was largely due to the spirit of good sportsmanship and team- work which the "F" Club helped to promote. During the year the organization held two informal dances while at the end of the year the Annual "F" Club Banquet was held. The club's first social function of the year was the "Varsity Football Dancei' given in honor of the Golden Wave of '37 and its coaches. The dance was given at the Sunset Beach Lodge on the evening of Friday, December the tenth. The assembly room of the lodge was gayly decorated with the traditional green and gold of the F. M. A. athletic teams. The highlight of the evening came during the intermission when Capt. Frank Joseph, head coach, announced the election of George Anderson and Byron Shouppe as Co-Captains of football for the 1937 edition of the Golden Wave. After an enjoy- able evening of dancing, the playing of the "Alma Mater" brought the dance to a close. The second dance of the series was the "Varsity Basketball Hop" honoring the vic- torious Green and Gold basketeers. This dance was given in mid-season at Sunset Beach where a full moon over the Gulf added to the pleasant atmosphere. The "big apple" and the "shag" tied for high honors that evening as the most popular dances. This dance completed the "F" Club's informal parties for the year. The Annual "F" Club Banquet ended the activities of the club for the year. Fol- lowing the dinner, the president, acting as toastmaster, introduced the various speakers, and the guest of honor, a man prominent in State athletic circles. After an interesting program, the officers for the next year were elected and installed. At the end of the ritual, the retiring officers and the graduating members left the banquet hall feeling confident that the new officers and the returning members would continue to carry on the spirit and tradition of the "F" Club throughout the coming year. Page 105 -u - ,,:f." Q gfit ff Q' ff- .i.'i'i ' ,V 'M my Q' uf Q-:YW 'C I 4, Af- ' . ,g :, 1 a xg L..4f'4-VV.. ki . fJ"5f1u-zu, A f-ffffwgg,-, I Ciffjf' ,f W A -'yr' :I-:"'1 " 'rw"'5 '. ' -lug ' , Qbigigg., Imv. . f J, ,V THE DUGOUT AYRES BEN ITEZ JF .3.,: if ', 5 J 1 A '-, ELKDNS fi wa ', H' new LL . ff . X a . fv f' HAUSMAN Lion 1 - ' - f .., ,' ' , ' n , ZQJ,V"" :I ' fix: ,' I s nr ,'v"' ,Y 6- x 13.5151 ' .X - fab V ff if ' 1 i' N 'S 4 3 y t-1-,f , ' 1-r L W ' ,gg QF , 'WQMQFJ v .J xl 4 " " . . ,., A , , Q , 'f!5'UM2'lf- X- X A xx . Y ' X K nz Eh, 'N ' N fizffiqy 1 NH Mqzasu MCPNAIL Mfquseu Mcwemv Amrrcneu. , .5 5r4Z2j1" 4,271 . f55Q515g, v' 5,. .0 ,, H m g,m54Z,jq xy? if A - V., ,,-:f"YQyQ1'.-,L 'J' '- X -1 'Qfifvz ' ?" gm a gri 'IL v M Z A I 'y x. moonv ' ' Mowrou WV' QI' 'nAvnuN,Q ,-5 x I U? ' Eg, . v r. 'F IA X ' ..,A ".,x . ggkl, SCHNECK - 1. Jr, - K K . 5??:.fi'f5 A F " .-. - ?ifQrVfi:. ' I , Fi M . . 1 '. gg. 1 A wezqt - ' m 1' X ' "Q, x A -n W - ijg'.i.zg,1. sn ouvps sveeua w 1 LEY WSH: 3554" P174 ,.l' 1, -WYE? ," 555411. . . Page 106 CMU HALL L ,Kvfv . ,K P, ff ' 1- xa mmzsvmu ' ,tag " " - 1. Q.. q- -- A - -eff., , ... . . M. .. , , , , 1 !,,! IE 5 1 H-5 fm .r ' , . ' n n'-3 - '. if NTTW fag 48- i .I . . ,kwa in ,I Ag., ,gf ,, . 5 - I . In ,. . , K ' ' :JT f A ' 'k i' i' if f 'A' 'lf THE DUGUUT The F Club GEORGE H. ANDERSON X, President JOSEPH W. BRADHAM Vice-President HEATH W. STEELE HORAOE E. CAPPS Secretary Treasurer J ACK L. WILEY Sergeant-at-Arms BOARD OF DIRECTORS BYRON C. SHOUPPE Chairman JOHN B. MOODY CHARLES M. RAPHUN WILLIAM F. MCQUEEN GEOREE H. ANDERSON JOSEPH W. BRADHAMl MEMBERS GEORGE H. ANDERSON CHARLES T. AYREs AucUsT1N BEN1TEz F ootball"', Track Basketball Track JOSEPH W. BRADHAM Football, Boxing JOHN A. DALY Football, Basketball, Track N GEORGE C. HALL Football fMgr.l ROBERT F. MCLEISH Football, Baseball RAYMOND E. MCWETHY Football JOHN B. MOODY Football BYRON C. SHOUPPE Basketball, Football", Baseball COLONEL WALTER B. MENDELS HORACE E. CAPPS F ootbmll, Baseball", Track H. RUSSELL DANISON , Football, Basketball WESTON H. HAUSMAN Football KYLE M. McPHA1L A Football, Basketball', Track SAMUEL P, MARSHALL Football , RALPH E. MORTON Football, Boxing ' CHARLES M. RAPHUN Basketball, Football, Boxing, ' Fencing JACK L. WILEY Football, Boxing"',-Baseball " Team Captain Faculty Advisers MAJOR WILLIAM L. MENDELS Page 107 KENNETH B. .CONLTN Football, Track ROBERT C. EL1c1Ns Football, Track' MARIO A. LEON Football, Baseball WILLIAM F. .MCQUEEN Football, Baseball, Boxing JOHN J. MITCHELL Track, Fencing ROGER C. SCHNECK Football HEATH W. STEELE Football, Basketball CAPT. FRANK JOSEPH THE DUGUUT i' X Q '?1T5"9 Q 1gg'.Q ' , I 5" " ' ,r :rjf7'5i?Ef'1'-I I-551.7 1 as fr -nf if +I THE DUGOU BOOK IV I ACTIVITIES ,f Y, ni-- M-f':,gA M. L' M gifs 'Iii -, ' Rv", L: -:js IE DTUGUTUT ,W I mm Comm Sr1lu:mN1' llllxlzlmzs Rwllum CNIIICT CAPTAIN Grammar: Hu livlllrflll'-ill-I.'hit'f lA,llSfllt'S5 .lllIl1ll,lIl'l' K Mun 'XNNIQ lim Sponxur -:Wrox Mus AwM:1"l'r: Hman' Sponsor l'.Agn- 110 49' THE DUCGUUT -rv ... v A . . . ' ' , . Left to Right: Amlvrsun. Marshall. Luriv. fllclfisll, Braclham. Moss, S1'llllQ'l'li, Danison. Raplum. Mitvlle-ll. J. J.. llall, llausmun. Slluuppe-, TlITIllJlll'lil'. .'xIllll'1'W5, Elkins. Fvslary. F. THE llMELG'UlU'lIX' S'lFAlF'll4' CIIXRLI-IS M. RAPIIUY filflfftll'-ill-ClIit'f fylllllllflli I.. Hur. Hlzsimfss 'llanagvr Hmmm SCIINIQIIK lIAlml,n Imlmz Asxovirlfv HllSfl1l'S.S ,'ll!II1IIgl'I'S Roni-lm' liuxws S'rxNI.r1Y O. Avmcrzws Rolzrim' F. Nl1:I,,r:lsH Sports ffzfilnr l'i1r1tngrr1pl1ir' lfllfflll' .IlIl.liflll'V luflilnr I 4:11.14 E. Moss, Jn, GICOIHLIC M. Tl'llNl5llIiKl'l ,Imw J. Xll'x'c:ur:1.1. 'WK'N1l'lCI, P. Nl-xnsuAl.1. WYILIJRM Nl. liucwrgsw Fluwclsfzo lf:-gsmm Flalmrm Ellilurial Assislants CIEOIHLI-I Il. Awmznsow Jusnavu W. Hlmlmuml ll. RUSSIQLI. Ilbwlsow, jk. xVlu5'l'lJY Il. Ilwsxmw Bwmv C. SIl0l'l'I'lC BllSil1l'SS Assismlzts Hymn fXl,l:lw D. Phnm I"u1'11lty .4rlz'ise'r qXWAHUED Nlvclalisl Awurcl lmy llll' Ciblllllllllkl SCll!llZlSllC Press Assurialhm. 1937 First Place Award lmy the- Culumlwia Sclmlastif' Press Association, l936 Svcuncl Place Awarrl by ilu' National Sclmlastiu Prrss ,fXssm'ialion. l936 Page 111 'll'll lllE lU?lUGfUllU'll' .4 32"V- 55:31. T.- w,,,,1.,.-wF...,.:,f, u , 44 .px I, ,K I Q ' 1 V K mx X 4-GFA, .U ' f ' ' ' 2 A. u- ' ,f l'vl'llllI Huff: 1:0-l'l1llllll'H 'llvl.visl1. Nlilvln-ll. J. J.. anrl lflkins. Swmul Rout Brew- munn. l'11'Nl1ll'Q. lf.. l.uri+'. lltllllillli. J.. Bfiflllllkllll. Hun, llilllSlIlLlll. S11-vlv. Thin! , Ruff: Turnlrurlw. lluniwn. Ilull. Hvyulll, Bt'l'fLl'l'. fllurlon. lluwsun. Hilvs. 'll"lllIlf. lllifllllllllli S'lq'fll"l'9 lhrlclnrl' Nh l.I-.INII JUIIVN J. Nll'l'1:Hl-31.1. liomilrl' ICLMNN lfn- lfrlilurs Jul. llIlKIDIlNN1 , H Wlcslwrx ll'Kl'NNlKN, l,r.mu,r: ll-KI.l. liumclc 5r'l4xl4.r'k ,lm-. 1,fnzxI.r:x l"lKX'N1.lS4I0 I"r,v1'xln' Xlllfmx 'l'l rum nm. ,, ,, , ., , 1x'1'pnrrz'rs l'AIil.l. NIU-5 lll-lN'I'Il 5'l'r1r.l.lc I.llAlu.r:s R-XI'llI"Y Rumi Mmmxw IfllSl'7ll'5S Staff llllllllgillg lfafilnr . ,Nvzvs lfrlimr , ,kIl.YfIll'S.Y .ll11n11,2e'r ,,4.vxm'l'11I4' Hllsillvss ,JIIIIHIHUF , , , ,ffulmn lfrlilnr ,fjllbllll ffzlilnr ,, , FC'!lfIll'l' ffrlilnr Xllmi Rm'Mxl.m Xllcmlx lllillfilill qj,,WH.3, gg1,3qj,l,AU,l H, ll-umm l.I lm: ,Iunx lim-.UMNN WHILMM RNIB, Jarzk llxwfow lin NNILLI. IJ-mmm Rm' Rl-Luvr l"r11'ulIy Arlziwrs Klum: XIJIIN IJ. l'r1m1N l,llf1l'1'. Lrirm W. Num. :XWARDICIJ il:-Ill Nlwlul fur lfirsl l'lzu'1- lry lllllllllllilll Sl'll0lll!4llL' l,l'l'SS lxhS0l'lllll0ll. lllfib-37. 1937-38 lxxlmwnulimmul lfirsl l'lzn'e- -lwaml lyy Quill uml S1-roll Sami:-ly. l9f56-HT 111-1'Iifi4'auvofUulslumling1 Nlvril by National lllllllffllgfiillll Prvss Association. 1936-37. 1937158 l,lNllllf1IIlhll1'll N4-wwpzlpn-r Rating lay limnry llIllV1'l'Slly. 1937-38 mm- 112 THE DUGUUT .. 4 . U. -...,,,,,., - f .f . 1' Q' ? "'7"'f.'fl.:: Svrzlvrlf S1-llnevk, Mitchell. Hall. Stnnrling: Hausman. Black, ll., Elkins, Moss, Thompson, Turnburke. TIHUE TUWER STAFF Y Board of Editors Jonv J. Mrrcm-:LL Room: SKIIINI-LLIK Cmztrfbulors Wfisnw HAI SMAN Rom1uT ELKINS JONATHAN TIIONIPSON Farlflty Advisers M,.x,1oR ALHIN D. Primm Lxmvr. Luolx W. Nom. Page 113 Cmluzrz C. IIALL Illmo L. BLACK, Ju. EARLIC Moss lNIII.'l'0N TURNBITRKIC 9... ,. .-.,,. FL,-I 31. f. rs- Y XXL A km mfg? if THIE DUGOUT l.l'flHIRl',Lfhf.'Sll1lllfDIl1', Kuphun, Mora, R., Mitchell, J. J., Nm-I. Iiramlham, liuslnxu 'IFIHIIE CAJDIET ULNLINKCII IL V BYRON C. SHOI'l'l'l Chnirnlalz JIIINIKIJCS Nl. Rwllrx RAM. C, Mom Join J. xll'l'l1Hl-1l,l, Crgomslc Nom. Jmuru BIUHJHAM JACK Ii.AsTMAN Pago IN THE DUGUUT -PW X Y 4 1 4,1 753' SmIc'1l.' Braclllam. Anderson. Slmuppv. Sfanrling: Chapman, Rdflllllll, flllllllllll, M b Mitchell. J. J., Nm-I, Marlon, Cnnlin. THIN HUP CUMMHTTEE Ji,-4 .3-.-,hi 3 '-Wi, Bynum C. 5ll0l'l'Pl-1 lviu' Clllliflllllll juuvx J. xll'l'fIHl'lI,I. Iinwxun Nom, f.IlMil.I-15 M. R-XPHI N GIQORILH ANDERSON l.'1IIlfl'II1III1 Jmrzvn W. BRVKIHINM Sl'!'l'l'lIlfy' jon: Gowzuriz KHVXNI-ITH Cmxuw HOISERT CIIAVMAN RALPH E. IWORTON Pagv 11 1 741 v -M f, .ala ,. - -.. , ' K-F'.'j,lT"" n , +-Nw' - . 'mr-A 551--,J1"'J1 -' 31 y fig:--1: f ,, V 'k Wk i' 'ir THE DUGUUT ff A Y. Left to Right: McEachern, Hackney, Moody, Baker, Ford, Ayres, Anderson, Brad- ham, Andrews, McWethy. THE CADET ORCHESTRA GEORGE A NDERSON Saxophonu OLIVER MCEACIIERN Trumpet ROBERT BAKER Trombone WAYNE Fonn Drums V Josmm-x BRADHAM Saxophone STANLEY ANDREWS Piano Page 116 RAYMOND MCWETHY Saxophone J. B. MoonY Trumpet WILLIAM HACKNEY Sousaphone CHARLES AYREs Drums 1' ui' THE DUGUJUT Left Io Right: Breymann, Moss, Hausman, Bradham, Mitchell, J. J., McLcish, Danison, Anderson, Raphun. QUIULL AND SKCRKOJLIL JOHN J. JVIXTCHELI. President GEORGE ANDERSON jOsEPH W. BRAD!-IAM Vice President Sevretary ROBERT JNJCLEISH Crmnugs M. RAI-HUN Russian. DANISON MAJOR ALBIN D. Pr:m:N Faculty Adviser Qu LL 1:3 Sc ROLL Page 117 JOHN BRI-LYMANN EARLE Moss WESTON HAUSMAN THE DUGUUT 4' if if 'ff 'fl' ff ff Best All-Round Senior CADET MAJOR BYRON C. SHOUPPE Most Popular Senior CADET CAPTAIN Josl-: GONZALEZ Mosil Sftudlious Senior U CADET CAPTAIN JOHN J. MITCHELL THE DUGIUHUT Most Military Sfmlfllbll' CADET LII-IUTENANT ROBERT NIQLEIS1 I M3 W H! sf B Jie . , , AJ .Y- THE DUGUUT Mosl Athletic Senior CADET PRIVATE ROBERT ELKINS af 'Ar 'A' if -k -A' 'A' Most Handsome Senior CADET SERGEANT KEN CONLIN THE DUGUUT Left to Right: Black, H., Bosland, McCullough, Spearman, Reynolds, Colonel Mendels, Elkins, Leitch, Haskin, Hydrick. THE BORED Oli' EDUCATTON BOBBIE ELKINS President in charge of instigation HUGO L. BLACK, JR. Vice-president in charge of explanations CHARLES MCCULLOUCH MIKE REYNOLDS Vice-president in charge of hnmiliations Vice-president in charge of consultations JACK SPEARMAN JERRY LEITCH Vice-president in charge of operations Vice-president in charge of negotiations JACK BOSLAND Vice-president in charge of prognostications SLIM HYDRICK iiWILLIE,, HASKIN Mana er Mascot S COLONEL MENDELS Legal Counsel and Adviser Motto: '4Give IIs liberty, or give us death!" Platform: a. h. 81 c.: Bigger and better leaves. Song: "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, The Boys Are Marching." Colors: Red, black and blue. Password: "Sh-h-h-h, Here he comes. Page 121 ps ' 4 5, Av, ., f W . .few fr 'RL 1 ' N 7' v 'ffl- I ,-If - 4, 1- ,. Lb' Gi -if nL,,.,,, Q, , s ' ' " f 1, 57, - - wr THEDUG0lUT'k if 'lf if i' 'lf if Kant mill aah Efrntamvnt nf the ' Gllaaa nf 1538 Being of reasonably sound mind and body, we, the class of 1938, do hereby de- clare this to be our last will and testament: I, George Anderson, leave my addresses and telephone numbers to "Bing" Mc- Queen. I, Charles Ayres, leave my baton and my superior twirling ability to Smith, D. W I, Agustin Benitez, leave my outstanding academic record to Gustat. I, Calvin Bennett, leave my persistency to Mills. I, Stewart Blauvelt, leave my crib-sheets and appurtenances to Andrews. I, Joe Bowen, leave my politeness and exuberant spirit to Daly. I, John Breymann, leave my seat at the diet table to Overbay with the hopes that he will be able to fill my place. I, Hector Buch, leave my inherent tendencies to Herrera. I, Horace Capps, leave all of my hideouts fbut onel to Haskins. I, Ken Conlin, leave my good looks to Del Haya. I, Russell Danison, leave my voice and "entree" to the Office of the Superin- tendent to Hydrick. I, Robert Donald, leave my "playboy spirit" to Dorman. I, William Earnest, leave the fifth hall in care of the Woodward brothers. I, Robert Elkins, leave my special privileges to Reynolds with the hope that he never needs them. I, Frank F estary, leave my good looks to my brother, Joe. I, Wayne Ford, leave my superior ability at penny-counting to Bethany. I, Paul Giller, leave my red hair and fiery spirit to Lieut. Finck. I, "Goldie" Goldenberg, leave my insomnia to Bornstein. I, Joe Gonzalez, leave my abilities on the cinder path to Berger. I, "Effie" Gonzalez, leave my desires for quiet and rest to Meeks. I, Bill Hackney, leave my scientific knowledge to Major Peden. I, George Hall, leave my reputation as a "Clark Gable" to Kyle. I, Weston Hausman, leave my habits of borrowing to Bartlett. I, Jim Holloway, leave my base drum to anyone who will have it. I, Foster Hunt, leave my promptness to anyone who will live up to it. I, Bob McLeish, leave my vocabulary to Iky Wingate. I, "Toar" McPhail, leave all of my "State Queens" to Hugo Black. I, Jack Mitchell, leave my cram sheets to the future cadets. Page 122 -vig-siijci A V j f.. -.- . ' if if if if if if 1"'I'I-IIEIDUGOUT I, J. B. Moody, leave my white flannels to Bradham. I, Raul Mora, leave my height to Jindra. I, Ralph Merton, leave my boxing ability to Mead. I, Eddie Noel, leave my irresistable charm to Garcia. I, "Fizz" Phelan, leave my nickname to Schmidt. I, "Chuck" Raphun, leave my merits fboth of themj to Barraque. I, Roy Reyant, leave my abundant hair to Sordo. I, Gaston Robau, leave my reveille memories to Spearman. I, Roger Schneck, leave my love affairs to Dunn. I, Byron Shouppe, leave my love for discipline to Leitch. I, Heath Steele, leave my knowledge of the game of football to Gay. I, George Turnburke, leave my "trapping" and hunting ability with the bow and arrow to "Harry", I, James Waynick, leave my philosophies of life to Moss. I, Herbie Wertz, leave my persistent smile to Perazza. In addition to the above individual bequests we, as a class, do hereby make and declare the following bequests: To Colonel Mendels, we leave our sincerest hopes that his ambitions and desires for the Academy be realized. To Major Mendels, we leave the best of the best for the athletic department. To Colonel Bryant, we leave a year with no bull-ring. To Major Peden, we leave 27 maids to clean the Junior Barracks and three watch- men for Harry. To Major Mullaly, we leave our best hopes for an ideal Corps of Cadets and no necessity for study hall. To Colonel Ligon, we leave four new islands and three new buildings as labora- tory material for his surveying classes. To Colonel Jones, we leave a yearly pass on the P. 81 O. Steamship Lines to Cuba. To Major Fleming, we leave three alarm clocks and a perpetual hair-cut roster. To Major Bertschey, we leave our hopes for a superior corps of cadets, with superior officers, and two hours daily for drill and military classes. To Captain Ligon, we leave a new adding machine with which he can properly add his golf scores. To Major Jones, we leave Lieutenant Pierce's machine gun for shooting rats. To Lieutenant Finck, we leave the privilege of using study hall for detentions. To Lieutenant Lutz, we leave the official title "Uncle Pookie", which the junior cadets have unanimously bestowed upon him. To Captain Joseph, we leave a new pair of scales for weighing the members of the diet table. In witness whereof, we have hereby caused to be placed our hand and seal on this the twenty-seventh day of May in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and thirty- eight. THE CLASS OF 1938. St. Petersburg, Florida, May 27, 1938. Pg 123 Tll-IIEDUGOUTHY f ff ff f f f Uhr Clllaaa Hrnphrag Y While sleeping one night, the class of nineteen hundred and thirty-eight had a dream. This dream was very real to the members of the class and disclosed to them a brief picture of what they might be doing ten years from now. They saw: George Anderson breeding prize stock for Mexican bull fights.- Chuck Ayres as head accountant on Anderson's office staff. Agustin Benitez as headmaster of Havana Military Academy. Cal Bennett carrying his wife and family back to "Old Virginnyn. Stewart Blauvelt racing Barney Oldfield, ,I r. on the new Central Avenue Speedway. Joe Bowen just completing his Rhodes' Scholarship as the "New Yank at Oxford". Jack Breymann as the most popular man in Hollywood. Hector Buch as an eminent physician of Cuba. Horace Capps as a flight leader in the imperial Mexican air corps. Ken Conlin filing weather REPORTS in Washington for the U. S. Weather Bureau. Russ Danison as leading manufacturer of Gold Braid which is on sale in all the leading P. X.'s. Billy Earnest leading the fight for the admission of Georgia to the Union. Bob Elkins as the track coach at Maryville College, whose team has just won from Alabama. Wayne Ford drumming around. Paul Giller as perpetual O. D. at the Giller Military Academy. Harold Goldenberg operating the newest, swankiest, and highest priced night club in Miami. Effie Gonzalez teaching Speech at the University of Havana. George Hall as captain of the newest pleasure cruiser ffor hirej in St. Petersburg Yacht Basin. Page 124 t ik if vt if 1frTll-llEDUG0UT Wes Hausman as director of the Hausman Foundation for the Intelligent Research into the Question, "What Makes It Work?" Jim Holloway as the bass drummer in Captain Heney's St. Petersburg Concert Band. Fossie Hunt checking the Government's Income Tax Returns. Bob McLeish as a hard-fighting, hard-swearing, two-fisted officer in the U. S. Marine Corps. Kyle McPhail as King of the 194.8 Festival of States. I ack Mitchell operating a coaching school for prospective midshipmen. J. B. Moody as Bradham's financial manager in charge of love affairs. Raul Mora as a retired drill-master taking a vacation in the Sunshine City. Eddie Noel racing a fourfoot sloop in the Havana yacht race. John Phelan playing 6-suit bridge on the Albany Night Boat. Roy Reyant giving Benny Goodman competition with his newest Swing Band. Roger Schneck planting and picking the world's best berries in Plant City. Byron Shouppe piloting Cruiser Cab No. 1. Heath Steele pounding the night beat on 42nd Street at Broadway. , Milton Turnburke as the Robin Hood of Gulf Hammock. Herbie Wertz manufacturing a superior bean-shooter for sale to students of history. And the Post Graduates also saw themselves as they were to be in years to come. They saw: Bob Donald as the new President of the Tampa Bay Ferry Co. insisting to his Board of Directors that prompt service must he maintained at any cost. Frank Festary manufacturing American Cigarettes with automatic lighters in Cuba. J oe Gonzalez still trying to decipher the theory of relativity in Physics. Bill Hackney leading his staff of competent morticians to the Spanish Civil War. Ralph Morton giving free exhibitions of military hair-cuts in Macyis window. Chuck Raphun publishing his latest book, "Campaigning Made Easy," in six short fbut interestingj lessons. F Joe Robau selling Brilliantine to his fellow law students at Harvard. Jim Waynick coaching the Fighting Gators. g X And then the dream was over. Page 125 THE DUGUTUT 2 VV if ff IR mfr ' JJ? 'ff f E n -. .AM 'VIII-I CORPS M NRI III N Nl' SOUTH I"l,0HllM I4 I IZ! THE DUGUTUT COMPANY P555 W g ' REYXEW T 1, ..:,,:-., , +A' 11 iii' x.. , ,,, ,V Pm 'M gfiivk ft , , ' 5137 LJ A F -I, Wt rw Q W, r 3 , '55 . hi' w 3 t Eggs' x 4. .1 Qlyfln.. 1 'f L f, fm, i gin.. f ' :V ' 1, ft , . I 1 A QQ i7'ff4 I 'Li 2 5 I. .7 im 'w Lv '59, ' ' y ii? 54,2 f' j . Sv Qian F ,dlagfi l , "KW" M5 -I-'ifw 4 ' "fm:f!,', gw ygf - w- + f " M ., -!tf, ,L ww ' RMEN ANU eumsi , BEACH L COMBERS A 'X P. 1- N fi' - ,Q , : A .Qs 5 O.. W., Q1 U 'Aa we , ' '. ' I 2? ? if J -I 'gf , I M V Tai -A WSCYYNECKQ jV5Fi35P'?VN -,L N means suors watch BALL GAME- " ff? f l1'P5BTTERx 55 DUT? A ' V ..w,.'.,. . .L .4., . , -NX. U,.,+,,n-M. -.. ,,K:X,: ...,,,Q. ,, U-V, -qu,---. 3.,,x5...'-4.11.3-.gm1.,-g..y .TTU f 1 I 18 THE DUGOUT THEDUG-OUTi' 'if i' 1' 'ff i' i' The Year ln Review SEPTEMBER 6th-First football practice held on F. M. A. field. 8th-Band holds first practice. 12th-School officially opens with the retreat formation held at 5:30 P. M. Blauvelt wins city Junior Rifle Championship. 13th-Classes begin. First drill of the year held under the command of the Battalion commander, Cadet Major Byron Shouppe. 16th-Major Athalio Loca, Commander of Camp Columbia in Cuba, visited the Academy. 19th-Corps of Cadets officially open the new beach club house with a bathing and supper party. 26th-Band gives first concert of the year, followed by the first Sunday parade. OCTOBER 2nd-Cadets lose football game to Plant High of Tampa, 21-6. 4-th--Announcement received that THE DUGOUT had been awarded the rating of Medalist in the annual contest held by the Columbia Scholastic Press Asso- ciation. 8th-F. M. A. battles Largo Packers to 7-7 tie in downpour of rain. 15th-Anderson elected as President of the Senior Class. Hall selected as Vice- 23rd President, and Conlin as Secretary-Treasurer. Golden Wave overpowers strong Punta Gorda team 6-3. -Junior Varsity football team defeats St. Paul 30-21. 26th-Junior Varsity again defeats St. Paul 6-0. 28th-Harry Newell and Royal Palm Orchestra play for first informal hop of the season. 29th-Cadets of Iunior School entertain guests at Hallowe'en party held in the new beach recreation center. NOVEMBER 3rd-Mcwethy paces Junior Varsity squad to 14--7 victory over Mirror Lake. 5th-Major Stanton L. Bertschey arrives at Academy to assume duties as Professor of 6th- 7th- Military Science and Tactics. F. M. A. handed 18-0 trouncing by alert St. Leo College Prep's eleven. St. Petersburg School Boy Patrol guests of Academy at Sunday Parade. Major Bertschey reviews cadet battalion. 13th-Cadet Band appears at Stetson University's annual home-coming as- honored guests. Cadets run through Tampa College 12-0 with Elkins scoring twice to play lead- ing role. 14-th-Band featured on Sunday program with special concert and drill. 17th-St. Paul's Eagles win over Junior Varsity 13-12. Page 130 + if ak if if -if afTlHI1E1DUGOUT 18th-Band plays for Coronation at annual Orange Ball at the Coliseum. 19th-F. M. A. cadets turn back Plant City 13-7 with brilliant passing attack and running plays. Junior Varsity defeats Tampa College reserves 26-0. 28th-Captain Heney, Lieutenant Robinson, Wayne Ford and Harold Wilson repre- 28th- 30th- sent Academy at State Music Clinic in DeLand. Anderson named on mythical All West Coast football team. McPhail given honorable mention for excellent work on the line. Cadet commissioned officers are hosts to British midshipmen from H.M.S. Orion. DECEMBER 3rd-Cadets trounce Brooksville eleven 61-6 in final game of season. 4-th-Corps visits H.M.S. Orion as guests of British midshipmen. 5th-Flag raising and concert by F. M. A. band highlight opening of Gulfport's tourist season. 6th-Midshipmen play exhibition game of Rugby as prelude to beach party given in their honor by Commissioned Officers. Lieutenant John Burroughs appointed as coach of Basketball squad. 8th-McPhail, Anderson and Elkins selected for positions on All-West Coast eleven to la Ohio All-Stars in ost-season charit ame P Y P Y 5 - A 10th-"F" Club holds dance in honor of 1937 football squad. Shouppe and Anderson named as co-captains for past season. 12th-Junior Cadets playin novelty orchestra during Sunday concert. 14-th-Junior School holds annual Christmas party in the Mess hall. 17th-Twenty-six football players receive varsity "F" awards at colorful Christmas dance. 18th-Christmas furlough begins immediately after first mess. JANUARY Sth-Christmas furlough ends at 5:30 P. M. 12th--F. M. A. cagers defeat Lowrey's 49-27. 15th-lky Wingate shoots F. M. A. to 25-20 -win over Junior College five on basket- ball court. 19th 20th 21st Mid ear examinations hold interest of cadet cor s 22nd - - - -y P - 21st-Wingate twins lead cadets to 30-22 win over Junior College in basketball. Fouls mar game between two best qulntets on West Coast as Clearwater wins from cadets 37-34. 28th-4Companv A declared winner of intramural trophy for boxing. 29th-Florida Military Academy subdues New Port Richey quintet 25-14-. 2nd FEBRUARY -F. M. A. goes down to defeat at hands of K. M. 1. in basketball, 32-23. 4th-"F" Club holds final informal social function of winter season with dance at beach center. 5th-Cadets win fast game from Clearwater quintet 241-19. 6th-Band presents novel stunts before huge crowd. 9th-Band and Staff annex track trophy in annual intramural meet. Wingate twins again lead cadets to 31-20 win over Largo in basketball. K Please turn to page 155 Q Page 131 E'DU4GOUTir if -A' -If 1' - Q- if -if -nf -nf if THE DUGOUT BOOK V ADVERTISERS EDUGOUTi' 'A' wk -If 'A' A Word of Appreciation Y REALIZING that without our advertisers there could he no DUGOUT, the Staff and the Corps of Cadets wish to take this opportunity to express to our friends, the advertisers, our sincere appreciation of your friendship, support, and co-operation. WE WISH to thank especially Mr. Ben Granger and Miss Bertha Blair, of the St. Petersburg Printing Company, for their unlimited patience and under- standing in the printing and binding, Mrs. Bernette Beatty and Mr. Douglas Hapgood, of the Southern Engraving Company, for their many kindnesses in connection with the art and engravings, Mr. Henry K. 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W e Serve BELL BREAD Exclusively BQ' X is X E rv '27 1 X . I X ,arf :, r, ,,e f 7 E ' ' ' 'V Y ' h R V- szrcfo ff' sucfo w mv 1 if ual: moo um X W" 'N' ""' LL X fa: 4!f: If C' p!,'f' wlllfl K! at uvluu nEAuf BREA X N""A'3f 4 ,. M ii . ,. .. A. ' Because BELL BREAD IS Floridals Finest Bread Baked In Florida's Most Modern and Sanitary Bakery J. D. PUCKETT Plumbing and Heating O 808 QIXTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 50 533 10th- l hh- The Year lln Review fConLinuerl from page 1312 Cuban cadets serve as guard of honor as flag of Cuba is presented to Spanish veterans in memory of sinking of the Maine. .lunior Cadets enjoy annual Valentine Party. 12th-F. M. A. wins basketball game from K. M. I. 22-20. lothg 18th- 22nd 4th- R. O. T. C. unit of the Academy gives exhibition of modern infantry weapons in observance of National Defense Week. Cadets display best form of season in smashing Largo 47-19. Hundreds of balloons released from ceiling in '6Balloon Dancen, feature of the annual military ball. Mr. Richard Lehmann, former faculty member of the American Conservatory of Music, added to staff as instructor in piano. -Com anv C acts as escort com anv in resentation of arm ceremon "Escort . . Y Y, of the Colorn. MARCH Cadets defeat Sarasota 25-24, but lose to Plant High, 28-15, in district basket- ball tournament held in Tampa. Cuban dignitaries review battalion at parade. 6th-F. M. A. rifle team finishes second in quadruple match as Plant makes high score. 10th-The Bomb receives Gold Medal as award for first place by Columbia Scholastic Press Association. fPlease turn to page 1581 STONECIPHER Compliments Poultry and Fish of Market . llP5A PHONE 5367 PANAMA'S LEADING BROADCASTING O sTAT1oN 303 NINTH STREET SOUTH PANAMA CITY, REP. PANAMA Pg 155 JOIIN S.l1 ODESLN9 Everything for the Athlete Gulfshore Sport Store 23 SIXTH STREET NORTH PHONE 52-152 Phone 52-912 Atlas Tires CURRY 81 DAWSON'S Standard Oil Station GREASING . POLISHING . 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M. l. in baseball 6-2, and in tennis. 16th-Cadets win track meet from K. M. I. 72-4-4. l8th-McPhail elected as captain of basketball team. 19th-F. M. A. even score by defeating K. M. l. in baseball 6-3. K. M. I. defeats Cadet net team by score of 7-2. 22nd--Senior cadets entertain at Formal Spring Hop. 23rd-Cadets leave on Spring furlough. 28th--Spring furlough ends at 5:30 P. M. lst- APRIL Band takes part in Golden Jubilee spectacle at Round Lake. McWethy walks off platform into lake and gets ducking. 6th-Presentation of medals and Escort of the Color feature Academy's observance of Army Day. Shouppe and Macfarlane receive medals as outstanding cadets of the Senior and Junior Schools respectively. 9th-Wiley hurls cadets to 2-0 victory over St. Leo in baseball game. l0th-The Bomb wins rating as Distinguished Newspaper in contest held by Emory University. l3th-Raphun's single wins baseball game from Tampa College 6-5. 16th-Cadets plow through Hillsboroughis track team to win 68-50 as Elkins leads for individual scoring with 25 points. Hillsborough retaliates by winning in baseball 11-5 and shutting out cadet tennis team. 22nd-Bob Elkins stars at state track meet by capturing firsts in 100-yard dash and javelin throw, as Jack Wiley and Pedro Gonzalez win medals in Golden Gloves boxing tournament. 23rd-Hillsborough takes baseball game, 8-1, and tennis match, 6-1. 26th-Cadets whip Tarpon Springs 12-3 on diamond. MAY 5th-6th-Honor Board of the U. S. War Department inspects Academy in annual inspection for designation as Honor School. 6th-Corps has beach party at recreation center. 20th-Junior School holds final party at the beach. 22nd--Baccalaureate services held for graduating class. 23rd-24th-25th-Final examinations. 26th-Final moonlight parade held on parade field. 27th-The last reveille-Graduation Exercises-the year is over! Page 158 mn


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