New Mexico Military Institute - Bronco Yearbook (Roswell, NM)
- Class of 1944
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Text from Pages 1 - 206 of the 1944 volume:
Cadet Colonel D. F. lVIclVIillian, Editor
Cadet Captain Sullivan, L. B., C0-Editor
Cadet Captain A. S. Nlenasco, flryirtmzl Editor
Cadet Nlajor H. L. Hussman, Staff
Cadet Corporal R. D. Taichert, Bmifzerr
Cadet Lieutenant VV. P. Brown, Pfwtogmjrfzy
Cadet Sergeant W. D. Blackwell, Plzfoiogznpfzy
Cadet lf. B. Klein, PfmZog1'fl,i1l7y
l,ieutenant-Colonel H. P. Saunders, Jr., Faculty Azz'wirw
Captain A. N. Carter, Ffzrzzlty Admira-
Professional Pliotograpliy: First and Third Class pictures
by Ball Studio
Regimental pictures, by Rodden's Studio
T BLE OF CO TE T
Dedication: Page Six
The School Year: A Prose Record: Page Nine
Administrative: Page Twenty-Eight
The First Class: Page Thirty-Five
The Second Class: Page Fifty-Seven
The Third Class: Page Sixty
The Fourth Class: Page Sixty-Nine m: ::
The Fifth Class: Page Seventy
The Sixth Class: Page Seventy-One
The Regiment: Page Seventy-Five
The Cluhs: Page Une Hundred Twenty-Pour
Sports: Page One Hundred Thirty-One
The Hall of Fame: Page One Hundred Forty-Three
Inside the Forty: Page One Hundred Fifty-Seven
Last VVords: Page One Hundred Seventy-Pour
Gui' Advertisers: Page One Hundred Eighty
THE COLOR GUARD
These are the symlwolsn-the State and the Nation, and the
Regiment, too--which stand behind Institute men forever.
Lieutenant-Colonel Ewing L. Lusk
Always the foundation of Institute training and tradition, the
High School Department became in fact again the Very hulwark
of lnstitute life. For the first time in many years, cadet officers-
the leaders of cadet spirit-have been chosen from the younger
cadets. Their early maturity, their resourcefulness, their leadership,
reflect the care in supervision of many men, and it is to their
Academic head, whose role has such importance in their develop-
ment, that the First Class dedicates its annual for l944.
LI ICUTENA NT-COLOR HL LUSK
THE SCHOOL YEAR
IA Prose Recordl
New conditions met the returning Corps of Cadets in Septem-
ber: the First Class had dwindled to a token few: fourteen, in the
place of a hundred seventy-three in the previous graduating group.
The Army reached deeply into the Second Class as well, and the
junior College, ignoring the threat of losing still more of its enroll-
ment through the possible drafting of seventeen-year-olds, opened
its classrooms to a scant hundred boys. Not all the hundred remained
to complete their college year-but then, even the A. S. T. P. pro-
gram was abandoned by the Army before the end of the year, and
there was a scurrying of feet toward the training camps.
Third Classmen sported the complex stripes of sergeants of all
degrees, the Second Class paraded boots and buttons, the Corps was
organized for its new yearis work under the direction of a new
Professor of Military Science and Tactics.
Lieutenant-Colonel J. B. Wise stepped into the Nlilitary
Qffice in a most difficult year: his own force was diminished by
transfers, his cadet leaders were an average of two years younger
than usual. That he met the challenge which faced him need hardly
be said: with wisdom and patience, with understanding and skill,
he directed the Corps toward another outstanding year of military
Colonel VVise came to the Institute from San Antonio, where
he had already had experience as P. of NI. S. 81 T. A Virginian, and
a graduate of V. NI. I., lClass of 19153, Colonel VVise chose the
Army as a career. An lnfantryman until 1940, he transferred then
to the Cavalry.
ln October, Captain James H. Wlatson joined the military
staff, coming from the C. R. T. C. at Fort Riley, Kansas. A gradu-
ate of the University of Georgia, class of '39, Captain W'atson grew
up in Alabama. His popularity is attested by his appearance in this
year's Bronco Hall of Fame.
Major Stapp, Major Posz, and Captain Robinson filled the
remainder of the military staff, each one taking on additional
burdens imposed by the war.
The Commandant's office functioned--shall we say bril-
liantly?-under a depleted force, with only two Junior Tacs for
the greater part of the year: Lieutenants Cohen and Stanford. A
third, Lieutenant Charlie Smith, former colonel of the cadet corps,
joined the tactical force in Nlay while awaiting a call to the U. S.
Army Air Forces.
Perhaps quite a few cadets failed to realize that the lnstitute
was one of but four schools allowed to perpetuate its Senior R. O.
T. C. training this year: like the snows of yesteryear, the remainder
simply vanished. NI have guaranteed your loyalty and your coopera-
tion," wrote Colonel Pearson early in the fall, "you must not fail
them." There has been no failure, for it has been a successful year.
The Faculty showed with new faces: Captains Sawyer and
Bachenheimer, teachers of Nlathematics and Spanish, Mrs. Mar-
garct Nelson, lVIrs. lVlyra Kelly, instructors in English. College
instructors found themselves with full high school schedules, and
one of the instructors who most loves to teach found himself annexed
by Nlajor ErWin's complex Headquarters organization.
In this War year, visitors of rank Were frequent on the campus:
lVIajor General Terry Allen, commander of the famous First Infan-
try Division in its heroic days in Africa and in Sicily, even spoke to
the boys of his foreign service While his fifteen-year-old son, Terry,
Jr., listened modestly from the audience. The host of visitors, many
of them alumni, is innumerable: among them: Lt.-Col. Dave
Ackerman, former assistant to the Commandant, now in the chemi-
cal warfare service, Lt.-Col. E. L. Lusk, Jr., son of Colonel Lusk
of the High School Department, lVIajor F. lVIacKie, Post Engi-
neer of the Alamogordo Air Field, Captain Joseph Scannell, former
Institute tennis star, now of the Air Corps, Lt. H. B. McKay, for-
mer swimming champion, Air Corps, Lieutenant R. D. Kirk-
patrick, U. S. N., Whose younger brother is still a cadet, Captain
C. J. Kronauer, Air Corps, former Cadet Colonel.
While some of these men were signing the Register in Head-
quarters, others like Lieutenant John C. QRedj Morgan were
achieving fame in battle. Lieutenant lVIorgan of the Class of '34
was presented with the Congressional lVIedal of Honor by General
Ira C. Eaker in England, his citation: "For miraculous and heroic
performance in an American heavy bomber attack on Hannover in
German prisoners of war appeared for work in the Institute
stables in the fall, neither exciting nor demanding attention for their
physical energies, but reminding all of us that there are Institute
Exes in both German and Jap prison camps who may not fare so
well. lVIiraculously, this year, Colonel Sam Agee, West Pointer and
Institute graduate, reappeared in America, after escaping the Nazis
-just how, he is unwilling to say.
Varsity football bowed to the inevitable, and retired, leaving
the Colts the big team of the year. On the whole, inter-collegiate
competition dropped away considerably, and intramurals took their
place as a cadet interest: intramurals, that is, plus the obstacle
course, the new bayonet course, greater intensity at drill, an over-
night bivouac, drill with the regulation Springfields instead of the
wooden guns used during the early shortage of small arms. Cadets
also grew used to the sight of the Garand, the Carbine, and the
37 mm. antitank gun in actuality, and no longer had to make an
academic study of them from the R. G. T. C. manual.
The drills, the use of weapons, the experience of leading and
being directed, all turned eventually to the annual Corps Area
Inspection and G. I.
For the Corps Area inspection, Colonel B. H. Coiner, former
P. of Nl. S. 81 T. appeared, just prior to the annual Government
Inspection, and then there was G. I. itself, with its classic routine
of inspections, questions, practical problems in the field, and
classroom barrages of abrupt query.
Wfeekly Sally Port competition grew so keen that sometimes
the entire walk before E Barracks was filled with the many who
were called, as always, only the top few were chosen, with the
finalists subject to ear and neck inspection of the most critical sort,
and on occasion contestants were asked to show their handkerchiefs,
or to turn up their trousers so that the tops of their shoes could be
seen-and here was always the tricky Uby the numbersn manual
Socially speaking, it was a good year, although girls were not
as plentiful as usual for the dances, and therefore the stag lines were
inordinately long-and in the opinion of the daters, in the way.
The First Class began losing members early in the year, despite
its small size, Sullivan, Bronco editor, saw Uncle Sam's crook't
finger mid-way in his first semester, and the tedious job of editing
the yearbook fell to McMillian, who also spent a few days under
Army supervision, but who later was released to return as Cadet
Colonel for the remainder of the year.
Every evening, the drums rolled out Retreat, supplementing
the buglers, and Sally Port became an uncovered area Where old
and new cadet alike was expected to salute-and thus Went a bar-
racks refuge from saluting for the weary G. C. and his assistants.
Nearly every Nlonday night there was a cadet hop, enlivened
by Captain Huntls rhythmic organization.
Besides the Cotillion Club, which functioned with such regu-
larity, other clubs reassembled-but gone was the pre-medic organ-
ization of former days, a casualty of the draft-age idea. The
International Relations Club was very active, under Nlajor Kelly's
able sponsorship, and Cadets King and Polk distinguished them-
selves at the I. R. C. Conference in Canyon with sound and able
opinions, well expressed.
Colonel Pearson furnished several evenings of entertainment
and enlightenment, particularly in the appearance of Dr. Allen
Albert, great housing authority and geographer. Jack Nlajors,
humorist, gave the boys a much appreciated talk on Japs and on
Paducah, Kentucky, and lVlr. Ralph lVIelville, glass blower extra-
ordinary, performed incredible feats of dexterity with his equip-
ment before the astonished eyes of a small but very appreciative
audience. These engagements proved very popular with cadets and
they were well attended by outsiders.
The "IU Club, which started off the year with but four letter-
men, was increased several hundred per cent during the school year,
for riflemen were lettered, and awards were made in football,
basketball, and polo. Swimming was informally conducted, track
received brief but concentrated attention during the late spring, the
peak of the track season being the intramural meet just before
Examinations for the Navy V-5 Program, or for college
entrance boards, or for Annapolis or VVest Point--or standardized
tests in Chemistry, English, Spanish, and a dozen other things-
all these Were constant reminders of the outside World and its call
upon the cadet corps, immediate or soon to come. These things were
offset by the mail man's more or less regular visits, by movies and
dates and dances, and by such things as the Pup Tent,s beauty con-
test, which crowned lVliss Betty Sue Brack of Stephen's College
Beauty Queen of the Corps of Cadets. lVliss Brack, in the Bronco's
opinion, was a most attractive, appealing choice.
The Maxferick, the cadet literary magazine, disappeared, for
Want of financing, a staff, and contributors, but The Pup Tent car-
ried on ably, appearing in a dozen issues between September and
May, and guided by Cadet Major King With all the skill and
forensic ability for which he was already famous When the year
Speaking of cadets, there is one to whom The Bronco touches
the brim of its cap with a tinge of awe: Cadet Lieutenant Brown,
W. P.: because he is a wizard on electrical fixings, the Command-
ant's Office has been able to summon a boy to Long Distance with-
out wearing the O. D. O. down to the ankles, because of the same
skill, the Natatorium was filled with delectable organ music fema-
nating from the Auditoriumj during the Final Ball, and because
of his photographic skill many of The Bronco's pages are finally
filled. As the Commandant remarked, on commencement day,
"VVe,re going to miss that boy around here."
Thanksgiving Day was most enjoyable, although the Corps
followed the precedent established last year of not celebrating
Homecoming because of the difficulties of transportation and hous-
ing exes in large numbers. The span between Thanksgiving and
the Christmas Holidays was so brief as to be negligible, but in that
interval there were wild rumors afloat, even to talk that there would
be no holidays at all. There were, of course: and they conformed to
the dates already announced in the Catalogue, much to everyone's
Now it is perhaps time to pay tribute to another cadet: Lex
Connolly, who joined the Armed Forces in December. Lex was
a great polo player and a gifted writer, and it is particularly as the
latter that his absence was keenly felt by both The Bronco and The
Pup Tent. His never-failing good humor remains with us in
The First and Second Class Dance was a harbinger of the
year's end. It was moved to the Post Exchange this year, Where
under the crystal candalabra, the dancing took on a Latin-American
air: zarapes covered the walls of the Lounge, candles in bottles
adorned the tables of the PX proper, the costumes were particu-
larly attractive, and many of them came direct from Mexico for
This is not a chronological record, so letls go back to January
for a moment. There was no snow in January, and although there
were cold days and nights, the drill schedule was conducted With-
out much fear of Weather's interference. It was in January that
information came to the school which sounded like, and was, Insti-
tute achievement from afar: of the Class of '43, twenty-three fin-
ished their officer's course at Fort Benning, Georgia, together:
Alexander, Allmand, Anderson, Barker, Curto, De Nlontrond,
Ewing, Gellert, Glasebrook, Hayden, Hinckley, Hindi, Lieurance,
Nlenasco, lVIinton, Ramsay, Roderick, Russell, Snowden, Spencer,
Terrill, vanFradenburg and W'ard.
During the holidays, Chandler and Paul Hinckley left school,
preparatory to entering West Point, Sanders, Tom lVIcClure,
Tipton, Arnot, and Swanner, Went into the Navy, Sullivan, Eng-
land, Boatman, Young, Chancellor, Johnson and Lace entered the
Army. Others departed, singly or in pairs, and one began to notice
the vacant rooms in barracks, their blinds drawn, doors locked, their
stoops not quite so dustless as the adjoining quarters. NVith The
Bronco staff decimated, a cry went up from the First Class appeal-
ing for help: it was late in coming, and that accounts, perhaps, for
the fact that a new precedent was established with this issue: it was
not available for signing at the end of school, and all apologies are
made herewith for that contratemps.
The overnight bivouac was the most strenuous military endea-
vor of the year. There were skirmishes and clashes by night, and
rumor insists that two cadet platoons were entirely lost for a time.
Be that as it may, it was a tired Corps of Cadets which returned
from its labors, and many a story was told of tall evasion and
maneuver. A rifle was missing next morning, some compasses mis-
placed temporarily, but at last everything was accounted for, and
new blisters might burn, but were hidden by stout shoes.
The Final Ball committee, with Gerrity at its head, struggled
mightily to produce a worthy dance without cellophane, crepe
paper, or new board: not even a double-A priority would have pro-
duced them. The Gym was decorated at last with flags and shields
bearing regimental insignia, and in the Natatorium-the hardest
of all places to mask effectively-there was a huge Institute shoul-
der patch, glowing yellow and orange and soft black under ultra-
violet lights, which reflected in the water and cast the spell of a
full moon on the spectators. His Excellency, the Governor of New
Nlexico, attended with a party which included Nlajor General
Allen. lylajor John E. Smith labored mightily over the Final Ball,
as did the entire cadet committee.
Commencement, altogether, was a busy and brilliant occasion,
its significance dimmed by only one irretrievable absence, the loss
of Cadet Nlajor Roy F. Wlard. The fact of his death must remain a
part of this yearls history, as his memory will remain with all who
Thus the year in hrief review, as it appears to the editor of
The Bronco. A yearbook should not he filled with teXt, however,
hut with pictures. In the sections which follow, the editor has kept
his words well to the hackgroundg if a picture is worth ten thousand
words, then let the following pictures speak for themselves.
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BOARD OF REGENTS
THE GOVERNOR Ol9 NEW' MEXICO:
His Excellency lNl1'. Dempsey
Mr. DOW, Qll121lI'IH21D lVl1'. Hinkle Judge Compton lVlr. Dauglltry
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Ainong tlie keepers of records and dispensers of Casli and other articles:
lXIajor G. L. Erwin, Bliss lVIOdene Bates, Captain Russell Bird.
THE :XCADENIIC HEADS:
I,icutcuullt-C'ol0nel G. B. Duffield, Lieutenant-Colonel Lusk
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FAMILIAR FACES OF THE JUNIOR COLLICGP
Nlajoi' Kelly, lXflaj0r lVlCClu1'e, Captain Anderson
Captain White, Colonel Duffield, Captain Faleoni
Captain Sykes, Captain Roudebush, Captain W.
FRANK M. BERNICK
Regimental runner-up in the 115-pound class in boxing, and versatile
intramuralist, Bernick has been at the Institute three years. Likable and
rather offhand, Bernick settled down to become a Corporal in '44. Also in
his First Class year, he became President of the Newman Club. His home
is in Iowa City, Iowa.
XVALLACE D. BLACKVVELL
Photographer, and ardent competitor in athletics, Blackwell was a
regimental sergeant in the Corps. He was a regimental Winner in boxing
in '43, and was photographic editor of The Bronco and President of the
Camera Club in '44. His home is Amarillo, Texas.
EDWARD G. BUCK
Buck entered the Institute in his Second Class year, becoming cor-
poral, sergeant, and staff sergeant in '44. A combination of the languid
plainsman and curious student, his friendly attitude has been felt in both
classroom and barracks activitiesg his home is in the Indian-sprinkled
state of Oklahoma, city of Muskogee. A member of several clubs, he Wears
a few Rifle Club medals to prove his variety of interests.
PGVVHATAN CARTER, JR.
Carter, P., was called to active duty from his status as E. R. C. enlistee
in his third year of Institute life. Corporal, sergeant, staff sergeant, and
second lieutenant, he would have continued advancement in military rank
had he been permitted to finish his First Class year. A good student, and
physically active, Carter distinguished himself especially in Varsity foot-
ball, tumbling, trapshooting and swimming. His home is in the familiar
town of Roswell.
TILFORD A. EVVING
Corporal in his second year, EWing's chief interests lie in intramural
sports and study-perhaps in the order named. Always a good horseman,
he was a member of the Varsity jumping team his rabbit yearg football,
baseball and swimming complete the list of his intramural activities. From
the deep south: Lexington, Kentucky.
CHARLES R. GREER
Another First Classman called before graduation was Greer, a First
Lieutenant upon leaving school, and progressively before that corporal and
second lieutenant. Rather a phenomenon in these war years, Greer almost
completed five years of Institute training before going into the Service.
A basketball wizard, he lettered consistently and became a member of the
all-star Colt team. He was active in the Newman Club, and intramural
sports. Santa Fe is his home town.
HARRY L. HUSSMANN, III
The good commander of K troop, Cadet Major Hussmann added
immeasurably to an El Paso-family tradition: that of friendliness and
good nature, of likable personality. He rose steadily through all grades of
rank, earned his 'T' in varsity basketball, belonged to the Camera Club
and the Jumping Team and the Bronco staff, was chairman of the spring
dance of '44 and vice-president of the Officers' Club. El Paso, of course,
is at the southern end of New Mexico.
THURMAN M. KELSO
In two years to the rank of Cadet Second Lieutenant, Kelso has shown
integrity and purpose. He is known for joviality, seasoned with common
sense. An Honor Society member, his academic rating has never been
known to disturb his friends. To him, the Officers' Club was the best of
organizations. A native New Mexican, he hails from Clovis.
FRANK H. H. KING
See the Hall of Fame for this gentleman's reappearance: another five-
year graduate, famous in his cadet apprenticeship for forthrightness and
originality. The rank of Cadet Major was his in his First Class year, and
to his military rating he added the distinctions of Pup Tent Editor and
Valedictorian. He was also a Ruppert Award winner, and vice-president
of the First Class-but these are only a part of his record of accomplish-
ments. It is only just to say that King's Valedictory speech was the finest
ever given in the school's history. Until the Army calls him, King will be
at his home in Fort Worth, Texas.
DON F. MCMILLIAN
What does it take to make a Cadet Colonel? Whatever it is, here is the
1944 model from N. M. M. I. As a second classman, McMillian Was presi-
dent of the First Sergeants' Club, Final Ball Committee member, First and
Second Class Dance committeeman. Over his years at school he gathered
a wide variety of athletic and military honors, President of the First
Class, President of the Officers' Club and the Cotillion Club, Bronco Edi-
tor-Best Drilled Cadetg Harry Morrison cup Winner-letter-man-it
could easily go on. Most popular and personable, McMillian deserves all
that the good will of the Institute can bestow.
CHARLIE J. POWELL
Graduate of both the High School and College Departments, Powell
has fluctuated a little academically, but settled down to a burst of activi-
ties, including a good showing on the grade sheets. He skipped the cor-
poral's rank, then took successive places in the Corps until he emerged as
Cadet Captain commanding Troop C. Football, softball, and tennis were
his athletic interests. Quiet, sociable, extremely likable, Powell comes from
Borger, Texas, a few paces from Amarillo.
LCUIS B. SULLIVAN
In four years, Sullivan rose to the rank of Cadet Captain and distin-
guished himself in publications interest until he was named Bronco Editor
for 1944. As a Third Classman in 1942, he was given the Thelin Award as
outstanding new cadet, and held the American Legion medal the same
year. From corporal in '42 to captain in ,44 summarizes his military
achievement, his personality and capability assured for him a high position
and great esteem in the Corps of Cadets. A good student and a lover of
literature, in wrestling, jumping, and basketball, he was a vigorous and
ardent participant. He is a member of the Institute's California contingent,
coming from San Jose.
TEDDY L. SWANNER
Throughout his two years at the Institute Swanner has added to cadet
pleasure, not only as an orchestra member but also as a most personable
and likable chap. On the military side, he rose to the rank of staff sergeantg
in athletics, boxing and touch football were his favoritesg in academics, he
leans toward engineering. He comes from Slaton, Texas.
JOHN G. WVRIGHT, JR.
A sergeant in his First Class year, Wright was chiefly interested in
cadet activities, and notably in horsemanship and on the Rifle Team he
proved his skills. Wrestling, baseball, tennis and track all took his time,
yet he Was active in the International Relations' Club and sound in aca-
demic studies as well. His home town is Paris-yes, in Texas.
ROY F. VVARD
Some time before his serious illness and death, the following was
Written for The Bronco:
"Roy's chief claims to friendship are his natural cheerfulness, his
high sense of honor, and his clean character. As a friend we know of none
more sincere. We admire him, We love him, and We hate to lose him."
Let the paragraph stand here, now, as his epitaph.
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THE SECO D CLASS
Cadet Captain Gcrrity, prc:sidc:nt5 Cadet Captain Felch,
vice-presidentg Cadet Captain Oakes, secretary.
THE SECO D CLASS
Abercrombie, J. D., Arnot, H. C., Atkinson, M. L., Becker, R. J., Bohnet, G. D., Boyd, C. D., Brittan, L. A., Brown
W. P., Bunten, J. A., Campbell, E. W., Chandler, L., Chappell, B. B., Chi-istesson, B. L., Craig, J. S., Crawford, L.
Deal, S. M., Dix, WV. O., Egbert, O. E., Ellis, T. J., England, W. P., Feder', M. C., Felch, F. J., Friedman, B. H.
Gerrity, J. L., Gibson, R. A., Grant, F. E., Griffith, C. H., Haldinian, J. B., Hannett, A. T., Harrison, J. L., Har-
rison, R. L., Hastey, T. W., Hinckley, P. R., Hindi, S., Holloway, J. N., Hoover, H. C., Johnson, W. R., Kahn, K. A.
Lace, E. L., LaPrade, P. VV., Lonzini, A. S., Losey, G. M., Luck, B. K., McClure, T. H., MacDonald, K. R., McEntire
E. F., McFarland, H. B., Maloney, J., Martin, C. P., Menasco, A. S., Miller, J. C., Miller, L. D., Miller, R. M., Moore
K. W., Murphy, A. M., Norton, M. L., Oakes, A. R., Papin, J., Parish, G. J., Patrick, E. D., Regester, H. W., Rippy
W. P., Sanders, J. C., Saville, R., Schlofman, A. S., Schoonover, C. M., Scott, S. M., Sharp, T. R., Sheehy, J. L.
Shelton, J. M., Skiles, XV. B., Smith, T. F., Snell, J. D., Strathearn, D. L., Stripling, W. C., Stryker, E. M., Stuart
D. S., Tannenbaum, I. R., Thomas, S. H. Tipton, R. G., Trau, F. G., Wells, G. D., Wheeler, A. B. C., Willard, F.
VVood, J. R., VVoodbury, J. M., Wright, J. G., Young, M. R.
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES:
The Third Class
FHE THIRD CLASS OFFICERS WITH COLONEL LUSK
The Third Class
' Abercrombie, J. L. Addington, J. J. Agostini, G. J., Jr. Alderman, J. M. Allen, E. R.
Anderson, J. M. Archenhold, VV., Jr. Athey, J. R. Baucus, VV. D. Bedford, ll. G., Jr.
l Bell, T. M. Beloat, J. A. Boggess, XV. S. Bonner, F. R., Jr. Bosworth, P. R.
Boyd, R. N. Bracke. V. Bradley, C. G. Brisbin, L. G., Jr. Buffington, R. M.
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Cabell, B. M. Campbell, J. D. Bujac, J. N. Byerly, L. G. Byrd, H. D.
Campbell, R. L. Carmody, A. R. Carter, A. Chambers, R. H. Chancellor, C. VV.
Chancellor, J. H. Closson, T. C. Cohen, R. M. Compton, J. G. Connolly, J. A.
Corn, W. E. Cox, R. R. Craddock, W. D. Craft, A. M. Cruise, E. A.
Curtis, J. L. Donahue, J. P. Drury, R. T. Egbert, H. C. Emerson, G. S.
Eugler, T. Forbes, D. L. Fowler, T. V. Galbraith, Y. H. Galloway, C. R.
Garrison, D. C. Gerrard, C. C. Gibbs, E. C. Gilmore, C. E. Gore, R. M.
Green, F. C. Griffith, C. M. Guenther, R. B. Grimm, S. L. Haggart, J. G.
Halsey, J. W. Hammond, K. J. T'l3.1'ClQDlkl1l, R. T. llarding, J. R. Harris, J. T
Haughton, H. S. Hayes, T. M. Heilfrou, J. Hester, C. E. Hill, F. J.
Hinton, E. Hobbs, W. L. Hoehu, F. G. Holesapple, R. W. Hord, H. F.
Howard, J. H. Ika1'd,VV. G. Johnson, S. W. Jones, P. H. Kahn, K. A.
Kaplan, J. D. Keller, E. C. Kelly, O. T. Kerr, R. S. Kilburn, R. S.
Kilburn, C. Klein, E. B. Landers, J. B. Larson, R. M. Lamson, W. M.
Leckner, C. S. Luck, A. A. Mcljride, D. L. McCauley Mcllroy
Mclntosh, B. G. Mclntire, E. B. Marr, W. K. Marshall, S. H. Matsinger, J. R.
Meyer, W. J. Micander, J. B. Miller, R. L. Mulkey, R. C. O'Malley, J. F.
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Peddie, R. S. Peters, F. G. Prina, Z. C. Reed, F. J. Richardson, W. C.
Ridgeway, W. E. Rockwell Ross. R. E. Ruffin, L. E. Rush, V. C.
Savile, R. Schulze, S. P. Schuster, F. P. Scott, D. C. Sears, J. R.
Seigfreicl, J. W. Shillingburg, D. M. Slaughter, D. W. Smith, A. E. Spencer, S. S.
Steward, C. R. Subera, C. M. Suiter, G. E. Sullivan, E. Terrell, A. P.
Thayer, I. C. Thompson, R. R. Tipling, R. M. Tipton, G. Tomlinson, L. S.
Tompkins, J. G. Ward, C. F. Watkins, R. A. Watson, M. J. Weed, M. G.
Welch, W. C. Westervelt Wheelock, G. R. Williams, I. B. VVoods, M. G
Worsham, J. P. YVright, K. A. Rohr, R. M.
THE FOURTH CLASS
Abell. B. W.. Angle. F. E., Antila, E. F.. Appel. J. W.. Argall, F. G.. Asher, J. W.. Baca. O. C.. Barrett, A. R.. Baucus. W. ll.. Bea-
mon. A. PI.. Beard. l.. S., Bellamark. F. W.. Benton. J. T.. Bernard. E. G.. Berry. ll. M.. Blake. H. D.. Bosworth, P. H.. Bowers
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B. T., Brain nd. E. H.. Breer. L. C.. Britten, B. F.. Brown. F. S., Brown. H. L.. Brown. H. L.. Bryant, T. A.. Byrd. S. J.. butler, J. C.
Calvert. D. R.. Casabonne. P. J.. Chauyin, E. D., Clayton, F. G.. Cole. P. J.. Cole. R. S., Collier. T. M.. Connelly, XV. A.. Cowan. R. J.
Cox, R. R., Crosby. F. W.. Cullinan, J. S.. Culver, ll. A.. Danenberg. H. D.. Davis. li. W., Delanoy, P. N.. Dickinson, R. B.. Donald
.I. J.. Dreyfuss. P.. Duckworth, E., Durant, B. S.. Eberhardt. R. M., Fatheree. C. W.. Feuquay, E. P., Forbes. D. L.. Frazier. J. R.
Gaines, J. M.,
C J.. llarrell,
Holden, J. M.,
Keyes. N. IC.,
Logan, l". V.,
Garrison, R. L., Gates. R. B.. Gentry. R. Fl., Getzwiller. J. B., Graham. ll. S., Guy, C. A., Haggerson. VV. L., Hall
L. J.. Harris, YV. N.. Hayes, J. D., llead, C. J., Hickman, VV. D., llilton. L'. N., Hinkley, YV. E., Hogzaboom, H. R.
Howard, C. A., Hughes, R, B., llundahl, J. C., Hunter, C. L.. Hurd, L. E., Jones, L. K., Jones, VV. B., Jordan, L. VV.
Knowles, R. L., Koch, R., Kranzthor, W. A., Kunkel, J. B., Lambirth, L. R., Latham, T. L., Levin, H. J., Lewis, J. A.
Love, K. C., Lownes, V. A.. lllr.-Cutcheon, E. E., McGavock, M. M., Mclntyre. XV. B., Maloof, P. F., Mantz, R. T.
Marsh. P. V.. Melim, R. D.. Messenger. W. P., Mora, C. VV.. Muir. J. D.. Murray, E. F., Nail. VV. R.. Nixon, J. C., Orndorff. C. L.
Palmer. J. XV.. Patrick. T. B.. Paxton. D. ll.. Payson, C.. Peel, D. NV.. Phillips. li. G.. Pollick, D., Price. ll. V.. Pruitt, L. B.
Rauch. I... Roberts, H. A.. Rosson. H. F.. Sammons. M. M.. Sanchez. N. D.. Saville, D. ll., Schnack, T. L.. Schneider. G. A.. Schnur-
mucher. li. P.. Schoeb. J. D.. Schooley. R. P.. Schultz. J. Z., Seymour. A. T.. Shultz. XY. B.. Singer. J. L., Sisk, D. A.. Smith. A. YV..
Snayely. J. F.. Snow. C. C.. Stoops. W. M.. Strathearn. L. M.. Suess. G. Sullivan, E. G.. Swanson. C. H.. Taichart, R. D.. Temp-
est. J. 'W .. 'lh
ompson. B. L.. Thompson. B. C.. Turner, R. 'Wu yanLint. Y. A. J.. lYalton. XY. A.. VVard. T. B., Warren, R. T.. W'elch
T. F.. Wells. V. M.. Wells. Z. R.. Westaway. J. V.. Westerman. R. L.. Wilder. G. G.. Williams. C. N.. lVilliams. D. Cf. Williams
D. XY.. Williams. F. YY.. Wilson. J. G.. AYllllIl'lllg'Ql'. R. l... lYolfe. D. D.. Young. V. R.
TH FIFTH CLASS
Abercrombie, D. E., Agnew, G. C., Allen, T., Appleby, W. R., Beckwith, D. VV., Best, J. B., Borschow, I. X., Bracker, R. M.
Burton, J. F., Burton, R. S., Campbell, J. W., Cavin, S. H., Colter, D. B., Colvard, G. T., Coope, R. L., Costa, N. R., Creson
R., Currie, E. C., Davis, J. W., Davison, O. H., Dawson, A. B., Decker, D. R., Derrick, J. T., Dickie, W. C., DiLorenzo, D. L.
Dodds, C. F., Dreyfuss, M., Ellett, W. D., Ellsworth, R. L., Farmer, J. E., Fletcher, C. F., Forbes, A. L., Franusich, R. M.
Fulmer, W. W., Gore, F. M., Gunn, M. P., Haddad, E., Hawkins, C. W., Hermann, J. R., Hosmer, C. W., Heyde, R. R., Hill
E., Hill, H. B., Hillger, M. L., Hilton, W. B., Hixson, C. L., Hoffman, C. W., Holt, W. E., Hord, D. B., Horton, B. K., Hutch-
inson, P. K., Hyman, M. L., Ingber, P. J., Ingle, C. W., Iverson, S. J., Jacobs, S. M., Ke'ly, J. H., Kendall, T. P., Keye
P. F., King, B. E., Kirkpatrick, L. N., Lang, D. M., Leake, C., Leakou, J. S., Lilley, J. E., Lockhart, C. H., Lockhart, L.
Long, C. O., Lovelady, J. W., Lowrey, W. G., McBee, W. D., McGrath, H. J., McMordie, F. F., McMordie, J. J., Martin
H. B., Masterman, J. S., Mather, J. W., Miller, V. L., Noble, T. B., Northcutt, R. A., Oakes, H. G., Olds, J. W., Parker
B. VV., Patterson, J. B., Pfleuger, J. S., Polk, W. R., Potter, L. H., Prina, F. S., Rempel, S. H., Repp, D. P., Rittscher
H. W., Roberts, D. H., Rodgers, C. L., Romero, J. H., Rosseau, R. B., Rubenstein, E. F., Schaefer, E. S., Schneider, Ji. D.
Scrutchins, W. B., Sears, J. P., Shepard, M., Shotwell, J. J., Shuler, A. C., Spalding, J. W., Spitzer, S. P., Staley, T. G.
Standish, V. O., Steves, C. A., Stewart, V. L., Stine, G. H., Toles, J. P., W'arren, H. A., Weiss, B. L., Wilde1', C. V., Wilford
E. F., Williams, L. W., Wilson, R. G., Woodard, G. W.
THE I TH CL SS
Bell, K. VV., Bellamak, J, V., Bernarclin, D. M., Bretz, R. M., Brittinggham, L. G., Butler,
C. K., Cain, B. L., Gover, J. P., Hubbard, S. J., Hooper, J. D., Hutchings, R. K., Koch,
C. E., Martin, W. S., Minton, W. S., Muldrow, R. V., Nuttall, R. R., Parmer, J. F.
Phelan, J. F., Rushmore, J., Slaughter, T. V., Souris, H. A., Stablein, J. E., Stahmann
D. F., Stites, C., Stumberg, T. H., Valdastri, M. J., Wleiss, N. D., Wheeler, S. O., Wilson
N. A., Younger, E. B.
HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY OF 1943
FAMILIAR FACES OF 1944
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Cadet Colonel MclVIillian
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The Regimental Staff before the
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Nliller, R. Nl., S-43 Second Lt.
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CAPTAIN: Oakes, A. R.
FIRST LIEUTENANT: Boyd, C. D.
SECOND LIEUTENANT: Kelly, O. T.
Galbraith, V. H.
Blackwell, W. D.
Miller, L. D.
Ross, R. E.
Schulze, S. P.
Sheehy, J. L.
Wright, J. G.
Anderson, J. M.
Cox, R. R.
Curtiss, J. L.
Garrison, R. L.
Hammond, K. J.
Howard, C. A.
Logan, F. C.
Phillips, E. G.
OLD CADET PRIVATES
Bunten, J. A.
NEW CADET PRIVATES
Abell, B. W.
Addington, J. J.
Agostini, G. A.
Atkinson, M. L.
Butler, J. C.
Decker, D. R.
NEW CADET PRIVATES
Dodds, C. F.
Ellsworth, R. L.
Farmer, J. E.
Gover, J. P.
Haggerson, N. L.
Hickman, W. D.
Hinton, E. L.
Hord, H. F.
Ingle, C. W.
Lechner, C. S.
McDonald, K. R.
Maloof, P. F.
Martin, C. P.
Oakes, H. G.
Paxton, D. B.
Rempel, S. H.
Rodgers, C. L.
Romero, J. H.
Schlofman, A. S.
Stuart, D. S.
Subera, C. M.
Van Lint, V. A.
Ward, T. B.
Warren, R. T.
Wilder, G. G.
Wilford, E. F.
Wilson, R. G.
Woodward, G. W.
Cadet Captain Oakes, A. R.
Nlrs. C. I.. Oakes Bliss Nlary Wrooclarci
Troop FIeafIqua1'feo".Q: Captain
Oakes, A. R.g First Lieutenant
Boyd, C. D.g Second Lieutenant
Kelly, O. T.g First Sergeant Gal-
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SECOND LIEUTENANTS: Brown, W. P.
Guenther, R. B.
Buck, E. C. CColorJ
Baucus, W. D.
Kerr, R. S. fColorJ
Pauley, E. W.
Thompson, R. R.
Bernick, F. M.
Klein, E. B.
Mulkey, R. C.
Ruffin, L. E.
Williams, E. W.
Woodbury, J. M.
OLD CADET PRIVATES
Hinkley, W. E. CPFCJ
Levin, H. J.
Rohr, R. M.
NEW CADET PRIVATES
Appel, J. W.
Beard, L. S.
Bohnet, G. D.
Bonner, F. R.
Brown, F. S.
Campbell, R. L.
Casabonne, P. J.
Hastey, T. W.
NEW CADET PRIVATES
Chambers, R. H.
Compton, J. G.
Creson, B. P.
Dawson, A. B.
Deal, S. M.
Drury, R. T.
Durant, B. S.
Eberhardt, R. M.
Forbes, A. L.
Fulmer, W. W.
Gibbs, E. C.
Gibson, R. A.
Gore, F. M.
Hawkins, C. W.
Hermann, J. R.
Heyde, R. R.
Lawson, R. M.
Luck, A. A.
Matzinger, J. R.
Patterson, J. B.
Roberts, H. A.
Seigfried, J. W.
Shotwell, J. J.
Strathearn, L. M.
Stryker, E. M.
Sullivan, E. G.
Wheeler, A. B. C.
Wheelock, G. R.
Wolfe, D. D.
Younger, E. B.
Cadet Captain Gerrity, L.
Troop Sponsor Troop Sweetheait
M1'S, L, E. Ruffin Nliss Aleen Hinkle
Troop Headqucwte1's: Captain Ger-
rity, J. L.g Second Lieutenant
Brown, W. P.g Second Lieutenant
Hastey, T. W.g First Sergeant
Guenther, R. B.g Staff Sergeant
Buck, E. C.
The First Platoon, under the command of Second Lieutenant, Brown, W. P.
The Second Platoon, under the command of Second Lieutenant Hastey, T. W.
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FIRST LIEUTENANT: Hannett, A. T.
SECOND LIEUTENANT: Marshall, S. H. QActingj
Ostenberg, C. S.
Byerly, L. G.
Gore, R. M.
Harris, J. T.
Steward, C. R.
Calvert, D. R.
Connelly, W. W.
Ewing, T. A.
Haggart, J. G.
Losey, G. M.
Shillingsburg, D. M.
OLD CADET PRIVATES
Howard, J. H.
Hundahl, J. C. CPFCJ
Peddie, R. S.
Snavely, J. E.
Thompson, B. L.
NEW CADET PRIVATES
Antila, E. F.
Baca, O. G.
Breer, L. C.
Brisbin, L. G.
Collier, T. M.
Costa, N. R.
Davis, J. W.
Delanoy, P. M.
Derrick, J. T.
NEW CADET PRIVATES
Emerson, G. S.
Gates, R. B.
Griffith, C. H.
Hancock, R. H.
Hughes, R. B.
Hunter, C. L.
Jordan, L. W.
Lewis, J. A.
Lowery, W. G.
Martin, H. B.
Mora, G. W.
Nixon, J. C.
Peel, D. W.
Price, H. C.
Scott, S. M.
Sears, J. P.
Smith, T. F.
Suiter, G. E.
Thomas, S. H.
Valdastri, M. J.
Warren, H. A.
Watson, M. J.
Wood, J. R.
Cadet Captain Felch, F.
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Troop Herzdquu1'fm'.':.' Captain
Felch, F. J.g First Lieutenant Han-
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Marshall, S. H.: First Sergeant
Ostenberg, C. S.
First Platoon, under the Command of First Lieutenant Hannett, A. T
Second Platoon, under the Command of Lieutenant Marshall, S. H.
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SECOND LIEUTENANTS: Saville, R.
Holloway, J. N.
FIRST SERGEANT NEW CADET PRIVATES
Guinn, S. L.
Garrison, D. C.
Friedman, B. H.
lVIcIlroy, J. H.
Watkins, R. A.
Craft, A. M.
Egbert, H. C.
Hobbs, W. L.
Landers, J. B.
Williams, C. N.
Williams, D. W.
Young, C. R.
OLD CADET PRIVATES
Clayton, F. G.
Cole, R. S.
Hilton, C. N.
Sharp, T. R.
NEW CADET PRIVATES
Agnew, G. C.
Bastian, A. W.
Bell, K. W.
Blake, H. D.
Bradley, C. G.
Bryant, T. A.
Burton, J. F.
Campbell, J. W.
Colter, D. B.
Cowan, R. J.
Craig, J. S.
Culver, H. A.
Danenberg, H. D.
Dickie, W. C.
Ellett, W. D.
Forbes, D. L.
Gerrard, C. C.
Hessmer, C. W.
Hester, C. E.
Hutchinson, P. K
Iverson, S. J.
Kelly, J. H.
Kirkpatrick, L. M.
Lenzini, A. S.
Love. K. C.
Noble, T. B.
Prina, F. S.
Prina, Z. C.
Pruitt, L. B.
Roberts, D. H.
Schultz, J. Z.
Scrutchins, W. B.
Snow, C. C.
Steves, C. A.
Thompson, B. G.
Wells, Z. R.
W'ils0n, J. G.
lVIrs. Perry F. Powell
Cadet Captain Powell, C.
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Troop Heccclquarter.s.' Captain Powell, C. J.g Second Lieutenant Saville, R.g Second Lieu
tenant Holloway, J. N.g First Sergeant Guinn, S. L.
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Second Platoon, under the command of Second Lieutenant Guinn, S. L.
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FIRST LIEUTENANT: Menasco, A. S. fActingJ
SECOND LIEUTENANT: Hardin, J. R.
FIRST SERGEANT NEW CADET PRIVATES
Shelton, J. M. CActingJ
Tipling, R. M.
Welch, W. C.
Williams, I. B.
Cohen, R. M.
Dickinson, R. B.
Harrell, L. J.
Messenger, W. P.
Scott, D. C.
Sears, J. R.
OLD CADET PRIVATES
Hoehn, F. G.
Latham, T. L.
Patrick, E. D.
Seymour, A. T. CPFCJ
Westaway, J. V. CPFCJ
NEW CADET PRIVATES
Abercrombie, D. E.
Appleby, W. R.
Beard, W. A.
Bernard, E. G.
Bretz, R. M.
Campbell, E. W.
Donald, J. J.
Ellis, T. J.
Gunn, M. P.
Hall, C. J.
Haughton, H. S.
Hooper, J. D.
Hoover, H. C.
Hyman, M. L.
Jacobs, S. M.
Kendall, T. P.
Keyes, H. E.
Lang, D. M.
Lilley, J. E.
Miller, J. C.
Miller, R. L.
Miller, V. L.
Muir, J. D.
Northcutt, R. A.
Peters, F. G.
Ridgeway, W. E
Rippy, W. P.
Sanchez, N. D.
Shepard, H. M.
Suess, G. E.
Wilder, o. V.
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Troop HmdqurrrferS.' Captain
Luck, B. K.g First Lieutenant Me-
nusco, A. S.g Second Lieutenant
Hardin, J. R.g First Sergeant Shel-
ton, J. M.
First Platoon, under the command of First Lieutenant Menasco.
Second Platoon, under the command of Second Lieutenant Hardin
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Johnson, S. W.
Carmody, A. R.
Kahn, K. A.
Mclntosh, B. G.
McIntyre, E. B.
Micander, J. B.
Cullinan, J. S.
Gentry, R. E.
Head, C. J.
Holesapple, R. W.
Kaplan, J. D.
Tempest, J. W.
OLD CADET PRIVATES
Brown, H. L. KPFCJ
Fowler, T. V.
Grant, F. E.
Hill, F. J.
Melim, R. D. CPFCJ
Schuster, F. P. KPFCJ
Ward, C. F.
NEW CADET PRIVATES
Bellamak, F. W.
Bellamak, J. V.
Bernardin, D. M.
Brittingham, L. G.
Colvard, G. T.
SECOND LIEUTENANTS: Feder, M. C.
Allen, E. R.
NEW CADET PRIVATES
Coope, R. L.
Guy, C. A.
Hayes, J. D.
Jones, W. B.
King, B. E.
Kunkel, J. B.
Leakou, J. S.
Lockhart, C. H.
McBee, WV. D.
McGrath, H. J.
McEntyre, E. F.
McMordie, J. J.
Martin, W. S.
Minton, W. S.
Nuttall, R. R.
Olds, J. W.
Rittscher, H. W.
Schnurmacher, E. P
Shuler, A. C.
Souris, H. A.
Spitzer, S. P.
Stablein, J. E.
Stahmann, D. F.
Stine, G. H.
Stoops, W. M.
Stumberg, T. H.
Weiss, B. L.
Weiss, N. D.
Wells, C. M.
Cadet Nlajoi' King, F. H. H.
Troop Sponsor Troop Sweetheart
Nlrs. Frank H. King Miss Patty VVeiss
Troop Headqucwteona' Captain King, F. H. H.g Second Lieutenant Feder,
M. C.g Second Lieutenant Allen, E. R.g First Sergeant Johnson, S. W.
First Platoon, under the command of Second Lieutenant Feder.
Second Platoon, under the command of Second Lieutenant Allen.
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SECOND LIEUTENANTS: Kelso, T. M
FIRST SERGEANT NEW CADET PRIVATES
Richardson, W. C. Ewing, R. H.
SERGEANTS Feuquay' N' P'
Boyd, R. N. Graham, R. S.
Bracke, V. Gilmore, C. E.
Ikard, W. G. Harris, W. H.
McBride, D. L. Hoffman, C. W
Holden, J. M.
CORPORALS Holt, W. E.
COX, C- B- Hord, D. B.
EHSUGT, T- E- Hubbard, S. J.
Kilburn, R. S. Knowles, R, L,
McIntosh, J. W. Leake, C,
Marr, W. K. McMordie, F. F
Worsham, J. P. Muldrow, R,
oLD CADET PRWATES Murphy' A' M'
Beloat, J. A. Orndorff, C. L.
Boggess, W. S. EZIISE'
Slaughter, D. W. Pfleugela
Woods, M. G. ' ' '
Reed, F. J.
NEW CADET PRIVATES Rosson, H. F.
Allen, T. Sammons, M. M
Aligle, F- E- Saville, D. B.
Bedford, H. C. Schaefer, E. S.
Baucum, W. H. Schoeb, J. D.
Berry, H. M. Shultz, W. B.
Borschow, I. I. Smith, A. W.
Bracker, R. M. Wells, G. D.
Burton, R. S. Willard, F.
Cavin, S. H. Williams, L. W.
Davis, E. W. Wright, J. C.
Cadet C aptain Egbert, O. lt.
Troop Sponsor Troop Sweetheart
Nlrs. Orville lfglvert Bliss Betty Cheney
Troop Het1dqum'fe1's.' Captain Eg-
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Kelso, T. M.g Second Lieutenant
Maloney, J.g First Sergeant Rich-
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First Platoon, under the command of Second Lieutenant Kelso, T. M
Second Platoon, under the command of Second Lieutenant Maloney, J
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SECOND LIEUTENANTS: Harrison, R. L.
Smith, A. E. CActingj
FIRST SERGEANT NEW CADET PRIVATES
Corn, W. E.
Chancellor, C. W.
Patten, E. L.
Spencer, S. S.
Benton, J. T.
Byrd, H. D.
Cabell, B. M.
Campbell, J. D.
Gaines, J. M.
Schnack, T. L.
Taichart, R. D.
Welch, T. F.
OLD CADET PRIVATES
Brainard, E. H.
Schneider, G. A.
NEW CADET PRIVATES
Argall, F. G.
Asher, J. W.
Beamon, A. G.
Best, J. B.
Cain, B. L.
Currie, E. C.
Donahue, J. P.
Fletcher, C. F.
Galloway, C. R.
Getzwiller, J. B.
Ingber, P. S.
James, L. K.
Keye, P. F.
Koch, C. E.
Kranzthor, W. A.
Mantz, R. T.
Mather, J. W.
Nail, W. R.
Payson, S. C.
Phelan, J. F.
Polk, W. R.
Potter, L. H.
Regester, H. W.
Repp, D. P.
Rockwell, J. L.
Schneider, J. D.
Schooley, R. P.
Singer, J. L.
Snell, J. D.
Staley, T. G.
Stewart, V. L.
Tomlinson, L. S.
Trau, F. G.
Weed, M. G.
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Second Platoon, under the command of Second Lieutenant Smith.
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SECOND LIEUTENANTS: Bujac, J. N.
Terrell, A. P
FIRST SERGEANT NEW CADET PRIVATES
Closson, T. C.
McFarland, H. B. QCo1orJ
Buffington, R. M.
Jones, P. H.
Bosworth, P. R.
Craddock, W. D.
McIntyre, W. B.
Meyer, W. J.
Thayer, I. C.
Wright, K. A.
OLD CADET PRIVATES
Crosby, F. W.
Haldiman, J. B.
Lownes, V. ,
Murray, E. F. QPFCJ
NEW CADET PRIVATES
Beckwith, D. W.
Bell, T. M.
Bowers, B. T.
Brittan, B. F.
Brittan, L. A.
Brown, H. U.
Chappell, B. B.
Chauvin, E. D.
Cole, P. J.
Cruise, E. A.
diLorenzo, D. L.
Dix, W. O.
Fatheree, C. W.
Green, F. C.
Halsey, J. W.
Hayes, T. M.
Hillger, M. L.
Hixson, C. L.
Keller, E. C.
Larnbirth, L. R.
LaPrade, P. W.
Marsh, P. C.
Masterman, J. S
O,Malley, J. F.
Palmer, J. M.
Rosseau, R. B.
Rubenstein, E. F
Rush, B. C.
Sisk, D. A.
Skiles, W. B.
Standish, V. O.
Stripling, W. C.
Swanson, C. H.
Toles, J. P.
Turner, R. W.
Westervelt, R. D
Wright, J. S.
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THE OFFICERS' CLUB
The Officers' Club, leaders and morale-builders for the Corps: McMil
lan, D. F., president, Alderman, J. M., Miller, R. M., Oakes, A. R., secre
tary, Boyd, C. D., Kelly, O. T., Gerrity, J. L., Brown, W. P., Hastey, T. W.
Felch, F. J., Hannett, A. T., Marshall, S. H., Powell, C. J., Saville, R., Hol-
loway, J. N., Luck, B. K., Menasco, A. S., Hardin, J. R., King, F. H. H.
Feder, M. C., Allen, E. R., Egbert, O. E., Kelso, T. M., Maloney, J., Norton,
M. L., Harrison, R. L., Smith, A. E., Hussmann, H. L., vice-president,
Bujac, J. N., Terrell, A. P.
THE FIRST SERCEANTS' CLUB
Leaders for 1944-45, the First Sergeants were Galbraith, V. H., Guen-
ther, R. B., Ostenberg, C. S., Guinn, S. L., Shelton, J. M., Johnson, S. W.,
Richardson, W. C., Corn, W. E., and Closson, T. C.
THE I CLUB
Snavely, Pauley, Carter, A., Boyd, Egbert, Norton, John-
son, J. W., Parrish, Rush, Thompson, R. R., Hastey, Con-
nelly, R. R., McElroy, Deal.
T H E C O L T C L U B
Welch, W., Garrison, R., Galbraith, Shelton, Allen, Garrison, D., Slaughter D Ikard
Chancellor, Byerlyg Norton, Blake, Dickinson, Menasco, Oakes, Terrell, McIntosh Tempest
Cox, Micander, Levin, Wright, Hoehn, Green, Sullivan, E., Frasier, Wheelock Thompson
Watkins, Williams, I. B., Campbell, Chambers, Roberts, Cruise.
THE HONCR SOCIETY
Composed of only students well in the upper ten per cent of their
classes, the Honor Society members are:
First Class: Kelso, T. M.
Third Class: Allen, E. R., Anderson, J. M., Bedford, H. G., Buffing-
ton, R. M., Cruise, E. A., Drury, R. T., Guenther, R. B., Hammond, K. J.,
Hancock, R. H., Hardeman, R. T., Heilfron, J., Johnson, S. W., Keller, E. C.,
Kelly, O. T., Lawson, R. M., Ridgeway, W. E., Schuster, F. P., Wheelock,
Fourth Class: Casabonne, P. J., Fatheree, C. W., Gentry, R. E.,
Graham, R. S., Haggerson, N. L., Head, C. J., Howard, C. A., Hughes, R. B.,
Kranzthor, W. A., Lewis, J. A., Logan, F. C., Lownes, V. A., Melim, R. D.,
Nixon, J. C., Sanchez, N. D., Smith, A. W., Tempest, J. W., Thompson,
J. G., van Lint, V. A. J.
Fifth Class: Hord, D. B., Dawson, A. B., Rubenstein, E. F., Shotwell,
J. J., Stine, G. H., Wilford, E. F.
Sixth Class: Nuttall, R. R., Slaughter, T. V., Stites, C.
First Class: Buck, E. G.
Second Class: Wright, J. C.
Third Class: Galloway, C. R., Gerrard, C. C., Kilburn, R. S., Marshall,
S. H., Miller, R. L., Tomlinson, L. S., Westervelt, R. D., Beard, W. E.
Fourth Class: Bellamak, F. W., Forbes, D. L., Hogaboom, H. R.,
Holden, J. M., James, L. K., Roberts, H. A., Rosson, H. F., Schoeb, J. D.,
Schultz, W. B., Suess, G. E.
Fifth Class: Bracker, R. M., Burton, J. F., Dodds, C. F., Polk, W. R.,
Rittscher, H. W., Shepard, H. M., Spitzer, S. P.
THE INTERNATIONAL RELATICNS' CLUB
Under the expert guidance of Cadet Major King, president, the Inter-
national Relations' Club varied somewhat in attendance, but these were
the standbys: Norton, M. L., vice-president, McFarland, Sheehy, J. L.,
Polk, Boyd, C. D., Kelly, O. T., Pauley, Powell, C. J., and Lenzini.
THE LIBRARY STAFF
Bujac, Brown, H. L., Kilburn, Byrd, Carter, Mclntire, Schuster, Patrick, Hannett, Hobbs
Mrs. Anderson, Captain Hunt, Kaplan, Brown, W. P.
Under old Lea Hall, and Cadet Woods, model craftsmen Worked all year.
DE MOLAY CLUB
A full turn-out of De Molays, gathered 'round Colonel Lusk and Captain Kost.
PUP TENT STAFF
The complete Pup Tent staff Cquite a few missing from this picturejz King,
F. H. H., Editor, McIntyre, E. B., managing editor, Kelly, O. T., business manager,
Young, C. R., Howard, J. H., Schuster, F. P., Siegfried, J., Slaughter, D. W., Tipling,
R. M., Ross, R. E., Kaplan, J. D., Lownes, V. A., Keller, E. C., Brittingham, J., Spitzer,
S. P., Hannett, A. T., Young, C. R., Brown, W. P., Klein, Stine, G. H., Guy, C. A., Miller,
L. D., Peddie, R. S., Melim, R. D., Feder, M. C., Carter, A., McBride, L., Hammond, K.,
Taichart, R. D., Mcllroy, J. H., Rush, V. C.
THE COTILLION CLUB
Comprising the most socially-minded group in school, the Cotillion
Club this year was officered by Cadet Colonel McMillian, president,
Menasco, A. S., vice president, Chandler, A. L., secretary.
FINAL BALL COMMITTEE
The Final Ball, honored by the appearance of His Excellency, the
Governor of New Mexico, Mr. John Dempsey, and Mrs. Dempsey, and by
guests high in the armed forces, by patrons and alumni, was guided by
Cadet Captain Gerrity. Members of the committee: Felch, F. J., Oakes,
A. R., Luck, B. K., Egbert, O. E., Norton, M. L., Boyd, C. D., Brown, W. P.,
Bujac, J. N., Maloney, J., Feder, M. C., Maloney, L. D., Miller, L. D., Bos-
worth, P. R., Emerson, G. S., Heyde, B. H., Beard, E. W., Major John E.
Smith, Captain A. N. Carter.
THE CADET ORCHESTRA
Captain Hunt, Fletcher, Feuquay, Wilford, Ingle, Sheehy, Lechner,
Schulze, Logan, Westervelt, Ross.
The shift in emphasis from Varsity to Colt and Intramural
sports has marked the greatest change in Institute athletics from
preceding years. But loyalty and interest were high in all activities,
from the first of the Colt football games to the last of the polo
encounters during Commencement Week.
The Bronco pays its respects to lylajor Brown, Captain God-
frey, and Captain Ryde, particularly, for a successful athletic year,
and does not forget the invaluable assistance of other members of the
Faculty and Military staffs.
A Varsity sport which lost none of its flavor: the squad:
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One defeat, three victories, for the following line: Line: Campbell
R. L., Terrell, Boatman, Slaughter, D., Garrison, D., Garrison, R. L.
Chancellor, backfield, Williams, I. B., Hoehn, Kelly, O. T., Alderman.
Assisted by Cheer Leaders,
Cadet lung power.
Everything in the Balance
COLT SQUAD: Cruise, Alderman, Garrison, R., Garrison, D. C., Allen, Welch, W., Welch
T., Kelly, Frasier, McElroy, Warren, Hoehn, Spencer, Dickinson, Shotwell, Blake, Sisk
Slaughter, D., Cole, Clayton, Collier, Watkins, Valdastri, Peddie, Lilley, Chancellor, W.
Olllalley, Green, Iverson, Campbell, J. D., Corn, CMgr.J, VVilliams, I. B., Ikard, Appell
Eberhardt, Boatman, Terrell, Byerly, Harris, Heyde, Roberts, Campbell, R. L.
Posed in the Gymnasium: Thomas, Norton, Murphy, Pauley, Deal
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lWay 30, l944
1. Under the provisions of paragraph 32, AR 145-10, the following
promotions within the Corps of those Cadets who will not return to the
Institute on account of age limitations are hereby announced effective
Oakes, A. R., Gerrity, J. L., Felch, F. J., Luck, B. K., Norton, M. L.,
Egbert, O. E.
Corn, W. E., Guinn, S. L., Guenther, R. B., Closson, T. C., Boyd,
C. D., Menasco, A. S., Hannett, A. T.
Alderman, J. M., Bujac, J. N., Brown, W. P., Carter, A., Hardin,
J. R., Harrison, R. L., Feder, M. C., Maloney, J. M., Shelton, J. M.
Archenhold, W., Boyd, R. W., Bracke, V., Garrison, D. C., Kerr,
R. S., Micander, J. B., McIlroy, J. H., Jones, P. H., Spencer, S. S., Stew-
ard, C. R., Pauley, E. W., Watkins, R. A., Williams, I. B., Welch, W. C.,
Miller, L. D.
Hobbs, W. L., Haggart, J. D., Curtis, J. L., Byrd, H. D., Landers,
J. B., Wright, K. A., Marr, W. K., Ruffin, L. E., Atkinson, M. L., Bohnet,
G. D., Hoover, H. C., McIntyre, W. B., Miller, J. C., Rippy, W. P., Scott,
S. M., Smith, T. F., Strathearn, D. L., Stripling, W. C., Wheeler, A. B. C.,
Wright, J. S., Bedford, H. G., Bradley, C. G., Chambers, R. H., Gibbs,
E. C., Gilmore, C. E., Hancock, R. H., Hardeman, R. T., Lawson, A. M.,
Seigfreid, J. W., Wheelock, G. B.
Deal, S. M., McEntire, E. F., Miller, R. L., Tompkins, J., Trau, F. G.,
Willard, F., Wood, J. R., Agostini, G. J., Bell, T., Campbell, R. L., Hinton,
E. L., Hord, H. F., Peters, F. G., Prina, Z. C., Reed, F. J., Rush, V. C.,
Subera, C. M., Sullivan, E., Weed, M. G., Westervelt, R. D.
By Order of J. B. Wise, Lt.-Col. Cav. P. M. S. Sz T.
The New Mexico Military Institute, Roswell, New Mexico
lVIay 30, 1944
2. Under the provisions of paragraph 32, AR 145-10, the following
promotions and appointments within the Corps of Cadets are announced
Kelly, O. T., Ostenberg, C. S., Johnson, S. W., Richardson, W. C.,
Hastey, T. W., Allen, E. R., Galbraith, V. H., Baucus, W. D., Thompson,
effective this date:
Kahn, K. A., Heilfron, J., Mclntosh, B. G., McBride, D. L., McIntyre,
E. B., Patten, E. L., Sears, J. R., Sheehy, J. L.
Byerley, L. G., Bosworth, P. R., Carmody, A. R., Connelly, W.,
Craddock, W. D., Hammond, K. J., Logan, F. C., Worsham, J. P.
Campbell, J. D., Kilburn, R. S., Mulkey, R. C., Anderson, J. M.,
Campbell, E. W., Beard, W. A., Chappell, B. B., Griffith, C. H., LaPrade,
P. W., Losey, G. M., Parish, G. R., Schlofman, A. S., Skiles, W. B.,
Stryker, E. M., Stuart, D. S., Wright, J. C., Cabell, B. M., Shillingsburg,
D. M., Brisbin, L. G., Donahue, J. P., Drury, R. T., Gerrard, G. C., Green,
F. C., Keller, E. C., Matzinger, J. R., Benton, J. T., Calvert, D. R., Cox,
R. R., Chief Bugler, Cullinan, J. S., Gaines, J. M., Garrison, R. L., Har-
rell, L. J., Crosby, F. W., Haggerson, N. L., Head, C. J., Hinkley. W. E.,
Howard, C. A., Hughes, R. L., Lewis, J. A., Messenger, W. R., Phillips,
E. G., Smith, A. W., Taichert, R. D., Williams, E. W.
Bonner, F. R., Craig, J. S., Cruise, E. A., Emerson, C. S., Galloway,
C. R., Halsey, J., Hester, C. E., Martin, C. P., Ridgeway, W. E., Rohr, R.,
Suiter, C. E., Angle, F. E., Antila, E. F., Appel, J., Argall, F. G., Asher
J. W., Baucum, W. H., Beamon, A. E., Beard, L. S., Bernard, E. G., Berry,
H. W., Blake, H. D., Bowers, B. T., Breer, L., Brown, H. U., Butler, J. C.,
Casabonne, P. J., Chauvin, E. D., Cole, P. J., Collier, T. M., Cowan, R. J.,
Culver, H. A., Davis, E. W., Dannenberg, H., Duckworth, E., Durant,
B. S., Sanchez, N. D., Saville, D. B., Schnurmacher, L. P., Schoeb, J.,
Schultz, J. Z., Schultz, W. B., Sisk, D. A., Stoops, W. M., Strathearn,
L. M., Suess, C. E., Sullivan, E. G., Swanson, C. H., Thompson, B. G.,
Turner, R. W. , Van Lint, V. A., Wells, C. M., Wells, Z. R., Williams, D. C.,
Agnew, G. C., Allen, T. M., Appleby, W. R., Best, J. B., Borschow, I.,
Bracker, R. M., Burton, J. F., Burton, R. S., Cavin, S. H., Cooper, R. L.,
Dawson, A. B., Derrick, J. T., Dickie, W. C., Dodds, C. F., Dreyfuss, M.,
Farmer, J. E., Fletcher, C. F., Franusich, R. M.
Eberhardt, R. M., Fatheree, C. W., Feuquay, N. P., Forbes, D. L.,
Frazier, J. R., Gates, R. B., Gentry, R. E., Graham, R. S., Guy, C. A.,
Hickman, W. D., Hogaboom, H. R., Holden, J. M., Hunter, C. L., Jones,
W. B., Jordan, L. W., Keyes, H. E., Knowles, R. L., Krantzthor, W. A.,
Latham, T. L., Lambirth, L. R., Love, K. C., Mantz, R. T., Mora, G. W.,
Muir, J. D., Nail, W. R., Nixon, J., Orndorff, C. L., Palmer, J. M., Patrick,
T. D., Pollock, D., Price, H. C., Pruitt, L. B., Roberts, H. A., Rosson,
H. F., Fulmer, W. W., Gunn, M. P., Heyde, R. R., Hermann, J. R., Hillger,
M. L., Hixon, C. L., Hord, D. B., Ingber, P. S., Ingle, C. W., Kelly, J. H.,
King, B. E., Kirkpatrick, L. N., Lang, D. M., Lockhart, C. N.: Lockhart,
L., Northcutt, R. A., Patterson, J. B., Polk, W. R., Prina, F. S., Rempel,
S. H., Repp, D. P., Rittscher, H. W., Rosseau, R. B., Shepard, H. M.,
Rubenstein, E. F., Shotwell, J. J., Spitzer, S. P., Standish, V. O., Steves,
C. A., Stine, G. H., Wilford, E. F., Wilder, C. V., Williams, L. W.,
Woodard, G. W.
PRIVATES FIRST CLASS
Bell, K. W., Bretz, R. M., Martin, W. S., Slaughter, T. V., Stites, C.
By Order of J. B. Wise, Lt.-Col. Cav. P. M. S. Sz T.
Climaxing the social events of the 1944 commencement at New Mex-
ico Military Institute was the final ball given last evening at Cahoon
Armory. Hosts were members of the second class who honored at this time
members of the graduating class and dignitaries of the state and school.
In keeping with wartime decorations were simple but most effective.
Across the north entrance was hung a huge American flag flanked on one
side by the British flag and on the other that of Russia. All around the
wall of the huge ballroom were hand made flags of the Allies, these were
interspersed with shields bearing the insignias of the different divisions
of the army. It was beside these that the cadets, by appointment, found
their partners for the dances. On the east walls, fenced off by painted
practice bombs and ropes were a machine gun, a 37 millimeter gun and
regular army rifles grouped around flowers before the huge service flag
of the school, which bears two large stars, a blue one for the 2067 boys
from N. M. M. I. who are in service and a gold star for the 105 former
students who have been killed in action. Directly across the room was
placed the governor's box where dignitaries of the state, members of the
board of regents, their wives, and Col. and Mrs. Pearson sat to view the
dancing. Against a white star studded curtain at the south end of the
ballroom under a shell of black and red, the N. M. M. I. colors, sat the fine
Institute orchestra who under the direction of Captain Ted Hunt played
entrancing music for the dancing.
In the natatorium, against a royal blue curtain and reflected in the
blue, blue waters of the pool, was a huge illuminated replica of the regi-
mental shoulder patch worn by the cadets at N. M. M. I., flanked on either
side by crossed swords. These were made with luminescent paint and
shown out clearly in the darkened room lighted only by soft violet lights.
A luminescent sign placed close by showed the dance numbers as they were
being played in the ball room. Tables and chairs were placed about the pool,
which was decorated about the edge with many potted palms. Organ music
coming through loud speakers connected with the organ at the auditorium
was played continually during the evening for the entertainment of the
guests. Sgt. Joe Sckubish of the R. A. A. F. was the organist.
The 1944 ball was marked by dignity and the presence of many and
different uniforms and the lovely long sheer summer evening gowns worn
by the cadets' girls, who were present from all over the country.-From
the Roswell Daily Record.
THE OLD POST
This is our Alma M ater,
This is our stalwart Institute 5
We,ll hafve her always on our way ,
Alemories are with ns day by day 5
We will remember Kayztets marching,
VVe will remember Kaydets playing,
And bngles in the sunrise,
All of our life beneath blue skies.
These are the thin gs that cannot foanish
N o matter where we go-
Old friends, old post,
Place we lofoe most,
In you our hearts will grow.
Gentlemen, You Are Dismissed
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VVe, the members of the 194+ Bronco business staff, Wish to thank
the following advertisers for their help in making the 1944 Bronco
Business Nlanager 4 , R. D. 'l'aichert
Asst. Bus. Nlgrs. . . . J. S. Cullinan
lf. C. Keller
T. bl. Hayes
7 We're Proud
of New Mexico Military Institute
-Proud of the record the former cadets are making in the 'war to
preserve our American way of life.
--Proud of the upstanding manly cadets who spend nine months of
the year with us.
--Proud of the opportunity we have to meet the parents and friends
of these cadets.
Yes and proud of whatever part this community-'with its actfiie
churches, modern business houses, hospitable people-has had in
making N. M. M. I. a better school each year.
Always at Your Service
Roswell Chamber of Commerce
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1 New Mexico institution, and cadets of the class of 1944, the graduates of
- the 1944 class of the New Mexico Military Institute!
' The history of New Mexico Military Institute is a tribute to the integrity
I of its founders . . . the character of its principles . . . the loyalty of its
' faculty and cadets.
i Graduation is the Big Day the Class of '44 has worked for . . . they have
i earned their graduation! And we . . . Hinkel's, Roswell, and Hinkel's, Santa
- Fe . . . are proud to join in honoring both the class of '44 and the New
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f lowing Outstanding Cadets who are serving as Officers of the Class of
. 1944-and to the Ones Who Will Graduate this year.
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