Staunton Military Academy - Shrapnel Yearbook (Staunton, VA)

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HADDOCK Acting Headmaster For demonstrated integrity in the performance ot his duties as teacher and, now, as Acting Head- master, For his genuine friendliness, Warmth, and con- cern for us, For his patient counsel and guidance in our problems. We dedicate the 1959 SHRAPNEL. FOREWORD In the following pages will be found the record of a year's life at Staunton Military Academy. It stirred in us, even in the process oi editing, a feeling of pride and pleasure. Our hope is that from this book you will gain something of the indescribable and intan- gible spirit of this place which lives on in the hearts and lives of its alumni. So, Come with us through these portals ..... 2 s ! in KQ ,X b WI .T ' V Z Q! NL? l r x TCWQQQQ 02,22 Z R I 'fi QA-'A' l K vw . ig: V xt - Q 1 -V " .2152 IEE V Faf' FD gg W .. ' ' ff 1 " Q4,?'.rl"2 f71" I ' " Q' w" 'i!' A , ACTING HEADMASTER MAJOR GARLAND D. HADDOCK Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts flfastcr of Education University of Richmond University of Cincinnati COLONEL WILLIAM K. DOVE Bachvlor of Arts Maxim' nf Arla' University of Virginia COMMANDANT CAPTAIN DONALD M. LAFFOON Unitvff Sfafvs Army PROFESSOR OF MILITARY SCIENCE AND TACTICS MATHEMATICS Colonel Colonel Colonel S. Stewart Pitcher Reuben E. Moody William D. Smith, Jr Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Arts University of Virginia The Citadel Wofford College Q Plane Geometry Head of Department University of Virginia Trigonometry, Solid Algebra Geometry, Algebra 1 u 1 ,L . id ,li G F i .Nfl 4 'Q' W I . G, J' Colonel Major Captain Philip H. Enslow Edward L. Dodge Thomas E. Murphy Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Arts United States Military University of Virginia St. Thomas University Academy Algebra Algebra, Plane Algebra Geometry 12 SCIENCE Colonel Harold C. James Bachelor of Science lllastcr of Arts University of South Carolina University of Wisconsin Columbia University Sorbonne llead of Department Physics Colonel Warren W. Brown Bachelor of Philosophy Brown University Harvard University Chemistry Lieutenant Howard W. Newell Associate of Arts Bachelor of Theology Bachelor of Arts Campbell College Southern Baptist College Columbia College Bridgewater College University of Virginia Biology Lieutenant James E. Page Bachelor of Science Virginia Military Lieutenant Joseph L. Wheeling Appalachian State Teacher's College lnstitute Physiology Washington and Lee University Physiology, Algebra 13 Major Albert E. McCue llachclor of Science University of Georgia SOCIAL SCIENCE Captain William M. Pandak Bachelor of Science University of Captain Thomas J. johnson, jr. Bachelor of Arts College of Williani P'tt b h Y d M Head of Department Bethgmi, Lgguege ali-In ary History University of Virginia lstory History Lieutenant Robert H. Wease Bachelor of Arts Garclner-Xllebb College Fast Carolina College Government Lieutenant Waldo W. Keister Bachelor of Science illaster of Education Alabama Polytechnic Institute History, Physiology 14 Lieutenant john R. Crowl Bachelor of Arts University of Maryland English, History ENGLISH Colonel Major Wilfred B. Webb Bachelor of Arts Russell L. Dunlap Bachelor of Science . M L't Washington and Lee asm' of 1 emmre University Slippery Rock Teachers Virginia Polytechnic College Institute University of Pittsburgh Head of Department University of North Carolina Captain Lieutenant Ronald S. Warburton jon Michael Berg Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts Columbia University Westminister College University of Virginia 15 Lieutenant Dennis G. Case Bachelor of Arts Roanoke College Harvard University Lieutenant John R. Pope Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts Florida State University University of North Carolina University of Maryland LANGUAGE Major Lieutenant Lieutenant William C. Moon Ernier Vidal Franklin D. Didlake Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts University of Virginia University. of Puerto College of VVillia1n Head of Department RICO and Mary French, Spanish Spanish Latin Lieutenant William N. Cox Bachelor of Arts Randolph-Macon College Spanish 16 COMMERCIAL Major Frank J. Lander Bachelor of Science in Commerce Elizabethtown College Head of Department READING Lieutenant E. Bennett Cox Bachelor of Arts University of North Carolina LIBRARY BAND Mrs. julia D. Sergeant Campbell Walter M. McCracken Bachelor of Science U. S. Army Garham Teachers Bandmaster College Boston University Madison College 17 JUNIOR SCHOOL Captain Clive R. Hallman Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts Berry College Appalachian State Teachers College Principal Captain Richard M. Efslinger Bachelor of Arts University of Denver Mexico City College University of Arizona Assistant Principal Lieutenant Charles T. Warren, III Bachelor of Arts University of the South North Texas State College Lamar State College Lieutenant Robert H. Neal Appalachian State Teachers College Mrs. Mary F. Hassell Fredericksburg College House Mother 18 Master Sergeant MILITARY SCIENCE Captain Ralph S. Dover Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics Captain Albert J. Stacy Assistant Instructor and Tactical Officer Sergeant First Class Sergeant Fxrst Class Charles O. Graham Assistant Instructor and Tactical Officer Lee J. Sweat Supply and Xclrninistrativxc N C O Kendal E. Craig Assistant Supply and Administrative N C O and Tactical Oficcr Sergeant Ray E. Tabor Assistant Instructor and Tactical Ojciccr Sergeant Walt-er M. McCracken 19 Assistant Instructor and Tactical Ojicer BOARD OF DIRECTORS judge J. H. May, President .......... Mr. George B. Tullidge, V ice-President Mrs. Page M. Kable, Secretary .... Mrs. Helene K. Holland ....... Mr. Henry S. Holland, IH Mr. William G. Kable, H .... Mrs. Eleanor K. Miller .... Mrs. Eleanor E. Whitehead .... . . . Staunton, Va. . .. Staunton, Va. . . . Staunton, Va. . . . . Richmond, Va. . . . . Richmond, Va. . . . Staunton, Va. . . . . Richmond, Va. . . . . Richmond, Va. EXECUTIVE STAFF Colonel William G. Kable, H ..... Lieutenant Colonel joseph Taylor .... Miss Evelyn H. Earle ........... Mr. John R. Collins .... Mr. Wallace Elliott .... Mr. P. A. Michael Mr. E. Austin Harlow . .. Miss Betty Jane Prufer .. Miss Doris McLain .... Miss Doris Stump .... Miss Doris Siron .... Mrs. Dorothy Thacker . .. Mrs. James E. Page 20 . . . Executive Officer . . . Commissary Officer . . . Assistant Treasurer Cashier . . . . . . Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds .. . Manager, Supply Department . . . Superintendent of Laundry . . . Secretary to the Superintendent . . . Secretary to the Superintendent . . . . . Secretary to the Commandant Secretary to the Business Manager . . . . Secretary to the Headmaster . . Secretary to the Headmaster Colonel William G. Kable, II Executive Officer Mr. John R. Collins Cashier Mr. Wallace Elliott Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Colonel M. W. McNair Business Manager Treasurer D t , if' . 4 is Xml K foul of ., 'gfpvw YY I yu ng' -QD A59 C415 HC iw lu- ii Y X J V Lieutenant Colonel joseph Taylor Coininissary Officer 21 Miss Evelyn H. Earle Assistant Treasurer Mr. E. Austin Harlow Superintendent of the Laundry Mr. Alex Michael Manager, Supply Department SECRETARIES Miss Doris McLean, Mrs. Dorothy Thacker, Miss Doris Stump, Miss Doris Siron, Miss Betty Jane Prufer MEDICAL STAFF Leland C. Brown, M.U. ....................,..... School Physician Richard P. Bell, ILA., M.D., F.A.C.S. .. . . . . Surgical Consultant Mrs. Mary Lou Cheatham .......... ,....... R f'si1l'enz' Nurse' Dr. Leland C. Brown Mrs. Mary Lou Cheatham 22 STAFF Mr. Lester P. Fauv-er Mrs. Frances Cline Posfmastcr Dry Clcaning Mr. George M. Knibbs Mr. C. Odell Sprouse Barbers Mr. Harvey M. Troxell Mr. Percy D. Jordan Mr. Roscoe S. Buchanan Carpvnfvr Electrician Plmulvcr 23 -w xx My CLASS OF 1959 OFFICERS . Lewis Sapp ..... .... P 1' f'.x' izlvnf ulio A. X't'TlgOCChC21 . . . . . . Vim'-Pr L'.x' izlcni Leo bl. Haky ....... ..... S a'c' 7' viary Hill bl. Nolcs ...... T1'va.v1crvr Dennis Ci. Casa' .... Favulty .fIfl'z'i.wr Sapp YCllg0CL'l'1C2l Hzlky Nolcs Lt. Cas 26 C CLASS POEM Memories Our years are long and memories short But no one will forget the fort Where we were taught the difference 'Twixt knowledge and our ignorance. The days will come when we'll recall The boys who lived around our hall. These boys we'll meet again some day And in some place, and in some way, Remember life at S M A. Soon, too soon, we'll leave behind That hallowed place which in our mind Gave peace and warmth and sanctity To minds that craved sagacity. But memories of our bygone life Will travel with us through our strife. Despite the bleach of year and day, They will not fade, nor will they stray- Those memories of S M A. 27 Wyatt Gibbs SMA G. POWEL ADAMS fKACelI Tampa, Florida ' Bugler Band 45 j.V. Football 4g Rifle Team 4g Expert Rifleman Medal 45 Military Ribbon 4g Merit Ribbon 4. Liked the food at the Academy. . .hated all inspections... didn't care too much for trig or solid.. .had no favorite subject.. .plans to write a book entitled: I'll Find a Way to Take It With Me.. . .plans to enter either Vanderbilt or the University of Miami. W H lljl ES CHARLES ADAMS, JR. 1 "Hillbilly" W11low Springs North Carolina ivate Company B 3 4 Military Ribbon 35 Varsity Foot- y ! 1 .,. l 3, 45 Intramural Sports 3, 4. Enjoyed weight lifting.. .could often be found playing football. . .disliked Spanish. . .liked Major McCue. . .plans to enter North Carolina State. JOHN QUINCEY ADAMS "John" Norfolk, Virginia Private Company A 4g Intramurals 4. Enjoyed leave. . .best liked subject math. . .his ideal Colonel Dove. . .undecided about college. 28 1959 RENE LEO AERTS "Rene" Briarcliff, New York Private Company D 25 Corporal Company D 35 Sergeant Company D 45 Commandant's Ribbon 2, 45 Merit Ribbon 2, 3, 45 Military Ribbon 45 Decorating Committee 3, 45 Cheerleader 45 Varsity Golf 3, 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Hated government but liked history...ideal at SMA was Major Moon.. .did not care for SMA's dances.. .liked to go bowling while on leave. . .plans to enter the University of Michigan. RALPH KENNETH AGESEN "Ralph" Woodbridge, New Jersey Private Company A 45 Marksman Medal 4. Disliked formations.. .enjoyed the dances and history at Staunton. . .didn't like English. . .enjoyed sleeping while on the Hill.. .plans to attend Rider College after gradua- tion. DAVID GARY ANDERSON ll'GaryJl Shelbyville, Illinois Corporal Company A 45 Superintendent's Ribbon 45 Com- mandant's Ribbon 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Basketball 45 Varsity Track 4. Didn't like the academy's restrictior1s...liked all subjects but liked algebra best.. .liked to visit the movies while on leave. . .plans to attend the Air Force Academy. 29 ARCHIBALD THOMAS ARGYRIS "Archie" Springfield, New Jersey Private Company B 35 Corporal Company B 45 J.V. Football 3, 45 Intramural Sports 3, 4. Usually found downtown during leave time. . .always thought SMA should have a wrestling team. . .enjoyed sleeping and bull sessions.. .thought a great deal of Captain Murphy. . .hopes to enter Lafayette College upon graduation. AUGUSTUS AARON ARMSTRONG IKGMSJI Portsmouth, Virginia Private Company C 45 Varsity Football 4. Favorite subject was chemistry. . .cared little for plane geometry. . .enjoyed play- ing football.. .thought that Colonel Moody had the best classes. . .plans to enter Virginia Polytechnic Institute. SEWARD HEARN ARMSTRONG KfArmyJl Port Royal, Virginia Corporal Company B lg Sergeant Company B 25 Sergeant First Class Company B 35 First Lieutenant Company B 45 Howie Rifles 3, 45 Commandant's Ribbon Z, 3, 45 Merit Ribbon 1, Z, 3, 45 Decorating Committee 15 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. ' Executive Officer "Bravo" Company. . .hated to get up early.. .favorite subject was plane geometry. . .disliked Spanish. . .ideal at SMA was Captain Murphy. . . plans to study business administration at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. SMA 30 NICHOLAS THOMAS ARSHINKOFF KiNiCkJJ Akron, Ohio Private Company A 45 Varsity Football 4g Varsity Baseball 4. Loved to play football. . .detested sweep details and drill.. .favorite pastime on the Hill was listening to the radio.. .algebra was best liked subject...ideal at SMA was Lieutenant Wease. . .hopes to enter the Air Force Academy. RICHARD STEVEN BARIS "Buzzard" Englewood, New Jersey Private Corps Band 4. Hated inspections and the constant ringing of the bells. . .thought that the Acad- emy needed a PA system.. .favorite subject was government. . .hated Spanish. . . plans to enter the University of Pennsylvania. G. KENTON BARNETT KKKenJ! Cynthiana, Kentucky Private Company A 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Basketball 4. Favorite pastime on Hill was taking things easy.. .enjoyed playing football. .. best-liked subject was trigonometry. . .did not care too much for government... ideal at SMA was Colonel Pitcher.. .plans include the University of Kentucky. 1959 31 JOHN RICHARD BELL, II "J'. R., II" Kirkwood, Missouri Private Company D 15 Sergeant Company D 25 Lieutenant Company D 35 First Lieutenant Company C 45 Kablegram Staff 3, 45 Cotillion Club Committee 45 Decorating Com- mittee 45 Howie Rifles 45 Merit Ribbon 2, 35 Military Rib- bon 25 Commandant's Ribbon 35 Track Team 15 Football Medal 25 Basketball Medal 35 Varsity Football 15 Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. A two year lieutenant. . .enjoyed after-taps discussions with the boys.. .disliked marching to church.. .could be seen often at Mary Baldwin College.. .respected Lieutenant Wease. . .was interested in radio and TV work. . .plans to attend the University of Arkansas. JUAN RICARDO BERNAL "Richie" Medellin, Colombia Private Company F l5 Sergeant Company F 25 Sergeant First Class Company F 35 Executive Officer Company E 45 Kablegram Staff 3, 45 Sponsor Editor SHRAPNEL 35 Activ- ities Editor SHRAPNEL 45 Assistant Editor of the Scimitar 45 Decorating Committee 3, 45 Varsity Tennis l, 25 Howie Rifles 2, 3, 45 Plane Geometry Medal 25 English II Medal 25 Military Science II Medal 25 French II Medal 35 Chem- istry Medal 35 Advanced Mathematics Medal 35 Conduct Medal 35 Intramural Swimming Medal 45 Superintendent's Ribbon 1, 2, 3, 45 Commandant's Ribbon 2, 3, 45 Merit Rib- bon 1, 25 Military Ribbon 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports 3, 45 Kablcgram Hall of Fame 3. The shortest one.. .he enjoyed listening to music and loved to debate. . .liked math, physics, and chemistry. . .ideal at SMA was Captain Warburton. . .Executive Officer of Com- pany "Echo". . .plans toiattend Massachusetts Institute of Technology and then the Sorbonne in France. ROBERT BINSWANGER Kigobbyif Richmond, Virginia Private Company F 2, 35 Corporal Company E 45 Military Ribbon 35 Varsity Swimming 3, 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Thought that the Christmas Dinner was the best meal at the Academy. . .liked to sleep and read during his spare time. . .favorite subject was Chemistry. . .didn't see the need for Military Science. . .ideal at SMA was Captain Stacy.. . plans to attend Cornell. SMA 32 THOMAS DEALE BLANCHARD, JR. lfT0mmy!J Portsmouth, Virginia Private Company A 4g Intramural Sports 45 Varsity Track 4. Liked the Academy's athletic facilities...favorite sport was basketball...liked physics but didn't care too much for the cut and dry facts of history. . .plans to enter Virginia Military Institute after graduation. DONALD HOWARD BLANK IfDunJl New Britain, Connecticut Private Company C Zg Sergeant Company C 43 Varsity Swimming 2, 3, 4g Merit Ribbon 2, 4. Disliked reveille. . .could often be found at the movies. . .algebra was his favorite subject.. .government the least-liked. . .ideal at SMA was Major Dodge. . .plans to enter Coast Guard Academy. WILLIAM TAYLOR BOYD KlLes!J Elkton, Maryland Private Company A 4g Varsity Track 4. Thought that the Academy had a good college preparatory program. . .favorite subject was European History. . .didn't care too much for government. . .enjoyed seeing a good movie while on leave.. .hopes to enter the University of Southern California. 1959 33 j WMM Wy gpiiyjpfjyjg SMA pw- ,ff W My WAYNE EDWARD BRENNER ..Ed,. Massapegua, Long Island, New York A Priv ompany F 35 Private Company C 45 Intramurals 3, 4. likted night study hall. . .enjoyed eating in the canteen. . .favorite pastime on Hill 0, was playing cassino. . .best-liked subject was government. . .ideal was Colonel W James. . .plans to study law at Penn State. ROBERT JAMES BROW KfB0bJI Rockville, Maryland Private Company A 25 Sergeant Company 35 First Lieutenant Company A 45 Military Ribbon 3, 45 Marksmanship Medal 45 Commandant's Ribbon 35 Football Medal 35 Basketball Medal 25 Baseball Medal 35 Skeet Club 35 j.V. Football 35 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 45 Howie Rifles 45 Cotillion Club Member Z, 3. First Lieutenant in "AU Company.. .could be found asleep during his free time .. .Was at all the Hilltoppers basketball games.. .ideal was Colonel Brown. . .his favorite subject was chemistry. . .plans to attend Southern Methodist University. DANIEL CHARLES BUNTING rrBunsJJ Monessen, Pennsylvania Private Company D 35 Corporal Company D 45 Kablcgram Staff 35 Sports Edi- tor Kablegram 45 Military Ribbon 15 -l.V. Football 3, 4. A two-year man at the Academy. . .favorite subject was history. . .could not stand English. . .thought a great deal of Major Moon.. .liked to play football.. .plans to enter Dickinson to study law. 34 1959 CHARLES MAY BURNS, III "Charlie" Wadesboro, North Carolina Private Company A 45 Varsity Baseball 45 Varsity Basket- ball 4g Varsity Football 4. Proud to be from North Carolina. . .liked to play basket- ball. . .had no special care for English but liked history... often went to the movies on leave. . .couldn't get used to the military. . .hopes to attend University of North Carolina upon graduation. CLAYTON BRASINGTON BURNS "Clayton" Wadesboro, North Carolina Private Company A 45 Varsity llaseball 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Basketball 4. One of the few who liked French...outstanding in ath- letics. . .liked to listen to records or go to the movies during leave. . .didn't care for the military system. . .his plans in- clude attending University of North Carolina upon gradua- tion. PAUL ESTIL CALDWELL, JR. "Tennessee" Bristol, Tennessee Erivate Company B 45 Varsity Basketball 4g Varsity Track Favorite subject was trigonometry. . .hated English. . .en- joyed resting while on the Hill. . .liked leave but hated the food and the guard duty. . .undecided about college. 35 SAMUEL MARK CAMP "Sammy" Homer, Louisiana Private Company B 45 Varsity Football 4. Didn't care much for military life. . .ideal at SMA was Colonel Webb. . .liked history but did not enjoy government. . .could be counted on to have the latest records. PHILLIP R. CARUCCI f-Phil" Brooklyn, New York Private Company A 2g Corporal Company A 3 g Sergeant Company A 4. Detested academics. . .liked to sleep. . .best liked subject liberal English.. .ideal at SMA was Major Lander. . .undecided about future. CONSTANCIO TEODORO CASTENEDA KfJ'r.JJ Manila, Philippines Private Company E lg Corporal Company E 25 Sergeant Company F 35 First Lieutenant Company F 43 SHRAPNEL Staff 43 Assistant Editor Scimitar 45 Howie Rifles 3, 4g Superintendent's Ribbon lg I-leadmaster's Ribbon 2, 33 Merit Ribbon l, 2, 3, 4g Commandant's Ribbon 45 Early European History Medal 15 Scimitar Award 3. Liked social studies. . .couldn't understand math. . .pastime was writing letters. . . hated guard duty and those infernal bells.. .ideal at the Academy was Captain Warburton.. .one of the few fencing experts at SMA. . .plans to attend the Uni- versity of the Philippines. S 36 MA DANIEL CHARLES CAUDY IKDOCU Zanesville, Ohio Private Band lg Sergeant Band Z5 Master Sergeant Band 33 First Lieutenant Band 4, Kablegram Staff 2, 3, 45 SHRAPNEL Staff 4g Merit Ribbon 1, 2, Command:-int's Rib- bon 2, 3, 4g Military Ribbon 4g Blue Knights 3, 45 Deco- rating Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Marksmanship Medal 45 Mas- ter Musician 2, 3, 45 Howie Rifles 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Lieutenant in the Band. . .disliked Reveille.. .a four year man at the Academy.. .favorite subject was chemistry. . . ideals at Staunton were Colonels Pitcher and Brown... hopes to enter West Virginia University. DAVID LOUIS COHEN "Dave" Walterbor-o, South Carolina Corporal Band 35 Sergeant Band 45 News Editor Kablc- gram 43 Merit Ribbon 33 Superintendent's Ribbon 3, 4g Commandant's Ribbon 3, 45 Military Ribbon 3, 4, English III Medal 3g History IV Medal 3. Thought that the Academy had top academics...enjoyed studying. . .favorite subject was government. . .hated Span- ish with all the rest. . .ideal at SMA was Colonel Pitcher. . . plans to enter the University of North Carolina. JAMES JOHN coMB1s Kijimll Youngstown, Ohio Corporal Company C 45 J.V. Football 4g Intramural Sports Favorite subject at Staunton was physics.. .enjoyed going to the movies on leave. . .ideal at SMA was Captain Stacy ...hopes to enter Youngstown University. 1959 37 SMA ROBERT LEE CORBETT, JR. I!B0bU Macclesfield, North Carolina Private Company A 3g Sergeant Color Guard 4g Military Ribbon 3, 45 Merit Rib- bon 45 Commandant's Ribbon 43 Varsity Baseball 3g Howie Rifles 4. Liked rooming in VVest Barracks. . .was only 250 miles from home.. .thought a A great deal of Colonel Moody.. .plans to attend North Carolina State. , . 1. ' , - Y' . ' 7 , A RONALD ROSS cosENT1No ' . ' P 4 ' l .! r4C0s1: J N , -1 -, ,, Auburn, New jersey ' ' " s. f Private Company C 4. A , " X Liked working trig problems.. .hated Latin. . .could often be found playing foot- ball. . .ideal at SMA was Lieutenant VVease. . .hopes to go to Georgetown Uni- versity. GILBERT CHARLES COSHLAND Kfcilll Haddonfield, New jersey Private Regimental Rand 2g Corporal Regimental Rand 3g Sergeant Corps Band 43 SIIRAPNI-IL Staff 2, 3, 45 Military Ribbon 25 Expert Rifleman Medal 4g Rifle Team 45 Manager Varsity Baseball Team Zg Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Favorite subjects were English and solid geometry. . .hated Spanish. . .could often be found reading While on the Hill. . .ideal at the Academy was Captain Stacy. . . hopes to enter johns Hopkins University. 38 1959 PATRICK T. COUNTS lfPatU Wauchula, Florida Private Regimental Band 3g Sergeant Corps Band 4g Blue Knights 45 Varsity Baseball 35 Varsity Football 3, 4g Varsity Basketball 3g All-State Football 4. Three letter man. . .detested Spanish.. .had little love for government. . .ideal at SMA Lieutenant King. . .hopes to attend University of Kentucky. TILDEN MONROE COUNTS, JR. CfTi7n!I Wauchula, Florida Sergeant Band 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Baseball 45 Blue Knights 4. Favorite subject Was Spanish. . .plans to enter the University of Miami after graduation. HOWARD ARTHUR COYER, II KIDOCJJ New Cumberland, Pennsylvania Private Company C 25 Sergeant Company C 3g First Lieutenant Company C 43 Military Ribbon 3, 4g Merit Ribbon 3, 4g Intramural llasketball Medal 33 Howie Rifles 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Hated getting up in the morning.. .went to the movies often. . .favorite subject at SMA was algebra. . .liked Colonel Moody. . .roomed with llell. . .hopes to enter Penn State. 39 SMA DUNTON CRANE "Crank" Norway, Maine Erivate Company A 4g Merit Ribbon 4g Intramural Sports Senior rat. . .liked history as a subject.. .had no interest in Trig. . .liked to go to "Quick's" on leave. . .enjoyed basket- ball and tennis.. .ideal was Lieutenant XVease. . .hopes to enter the University of New Hampshire. ROGER WARREN CREWS "Cruiser" jacksonville, Florida Corporal Company A 35 Sergeant Major Corps Staff 4g Military Ribbon 3, 4g Merit Ribbon 35 Commandant's Rib- bon 43 j.V. Football 35 Varsity Track 3, 43 Rifle Team 4g Howie Rifles 4g Intramural Sports 3, 4. Battle Group Sergeant Major. . .liked the people at SMA ...hated to go to classes. . .liked physics but did not like algebra. . .enjoyed going to town on leave. . .ideals at SMA were Colonel james and Lieutenant Wease. . .plans to enter the University of Virginia. DAVID CHRISTOPHER CUMMING Hfohrzrzy Reb" Ocala, Florida Private Regimental Band 35 Sergeant Corps Hand 45 Bugle Commander 4g Intramural Sports 3, 4. A sergeant in the band. . .reading was a favorite pastime on the Hill. . .a true rebel. . .enjoyed goverment. . .Lieutenant VVease was his ideal. . .hopes to attend Florida Southern University. 40 1959 MICHAEL WILLIAM DALY "Huck" Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Private Company A 15 Corporal Company A 25 Sergeant First Class Company A 35 Master Sergeant Company A 35 Corps Executive Gfficer 45 Cotillion Club Committee 45 Vice President Cotillion Club 45 Superintendenfs Ribbon 3, 45 Headmaster's Ribbon 45 Merit Ribbon 3, 45 Military Ribbon 3, 45 Decorating Committee 45 Hall of Fame 1, 25 Varsity Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Football Medal 1, 35 Intramural Basketball Medal 35 Marksmanship Medal 45 Howie Rifles 45 Drill Master Howie Rifles 3, 45 J.V. Football 1, 2. Favorite pastime on Hill was sleeping. . .enjoyed track. . .best liked subjects were government and English. . .his ideal at SMA was Lieutenant Wease. . .hopes to attend Syracuse University. MAURICE H. DAVIDSON "Moe" Hamden, Connecticut Private Company B 25 Sergeant First Class Company B 35 Captain Company B 45 President Cotillion Club 45 Howie Rifles 3, 45 Kablegram Staff 45 Command- ant's Ribbon 45 Merit Ribbon 45 Military Ribbon 2, 3, 45 ROTC Expert Rifle- man Medal 45 Finalist Southern Interscholastic Swimming Championships 2, 3, 45 Finalist Eastern interscholastic Swimming Championship 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 45 Decorating Committee 4. Eating was his favorite pastime.. .least liked subject was biology. . .favorite sub- jects were trigonometry and physics. . .enjoyed swimming. . .ideal at SMA was Colonel james. . .plans to attend Boston College. HOWARD EDWIN DAVIS "Eddie" LaVale, Maryland Private Company D l 5 Corporal Company D 25 Sergeant First Class Company D 35 Master Sergeant Company D 35 Captain Company D 45 Military Ribbon 35 Cotillion Club Committee 4. Company Commander of "Delta" Company. . .favorite subject was plane geometry . . .hated Spanish. . .ideal at SMA was Colonel James. . .hopes to enter the Uni- versity of Virginia to study engineering. 41 SMA VINCE DONALD DeRUCHIE "Vinnie" Vineland, New Jersey Private Company H 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Basket- ball 45 Varsity Track 4. Favorite subject was biology. . .hated English...thought that the Academy had fine instructors. . .didn't care for the military life.. .ideal at the Academy was Colonel Webb... plans to enter the University of Tennessee. GREGORY ALAN DESCAMP lfDes!J Ann Arbor, Michigan Private Company ll 15 Corporal Company li 25 Sergeant Company ll 35 First Lieutenant Company ll 45 Kablcgram Staff 2, 35 Military Ribbon 1, 35 Howie Rifles 45 Marks- manship Medal 45 Merit Ribbon 1, 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 4. Platoon leader in "Bravo" Company...liked government and liked to sleep.. .could often be found at one of the many girlls schools. . .thought a great deal of Major Dodge ...plans to enter lfastern Michigan College. ED GARDO MANUEL DIAZ "Eddie" Santiago De Cuba, Cuba Private Company A 35 Corporal Company A 4. Enjoyed leave days...cared little for drill...physics was his favorite subject. . .could not say the same for govern- ment. . .his ideal at SMA was Sergeant Graham. 42 1959 ARTHUR CHAUNCY DREWRY lfDrewJI Martinsville, Virginia Private Company A 3 3 Sergeant First Class Company A 45 Kablegram Staff 45 Superintendent's Ribbon 33 Headmas- ter's Ribbon 45 Military Ribbon 3, 4g Merit Ribbon 45 Howie Rifles 45 Intramural Sports 3, 4. Enjoyed the dances at the Academy.. .favorite pastime was sleeping. . .loved to play golf. . .best liked subject was chem- istry. . .Colonel Pitcher was his ideal. . .hopes to enter West Point. MICHAEL scoT'r DUETTING f'Mike'f Larchmont, New York Private Company A 4g Marksmanship Medal 45 Intramural Sports 4. Enjoyed biology. . .detested trigonometry. . .favorite sport was track. . .disliked rifle inspections. . .ideal at SMA was Sergeant Graham. . .hopes to enter Michigan State Univer- sity LEWIS CHARNEY DUNN KfLewl! New York City, New York Private Company A 35 Sergeant Company A 4g Military Science Ribbon 3g Intramural Sports 3, 4. Liked the Academy's discipline. . .sergeant in "A" company .. .could often be found listening to records on the Hill... liked government.. .disliked English. . .thought a great deal of Lieutenant Wease...enjoyed playing tennis...plans to enter either Yale or University of Virginia. 43 A , CLIFTON PERSHING DUNNEGAN " crGus1J , Winston Salem, North Carolina Private Company A 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Baseball 4. Geometry was a well-liked subject of his.. .didnit care for Military Science... liked football as a sport.. .on leave he could be seen watching all the girls in town. . .Lieutenant XVease his ideal.. .hopes to attend the Air Force Academy. PAUL FRANZ EILERS "Rnd Rosie" Rocky Mount, North Carolina Private Company B 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Baseball 45 lntramural Sports 4. Favorite subject was history.. .hated English and math. . .enjoyed playing foot- ball. . .hopes to enter the University of North Carolina. RHODERIK KERRY FITZPATRICK "Fif,:'y" Chicago, Illinois Private Company B 45 Intramural Sports 4. Liked the people on the Hill...hated the incessant bells...lilced English but couldn't understand math.. .enjoyed listening to the jam sessions in 235. . .ideal at the Academy was Captain Stacy. . .hopes to enter Colorado School of Mines. SMA 44 73441 '06 WWE- 'fV'- RONALD SEYMOUR FLOOD nu. ?-.,..3L.,.-.-.t. . .fi . -,OO M.-WJ - ffpaff .Jw I E- xvaivw . Stamford, Connecticut ,V L Private Company C 3, 45 Varsity Football 35 IV. Football 45 Intramural Sports ,Fi 4. 0 7 4 N ..,-d"5"'v ' Hated Beat Squad. . .could always be seen playing some sport on the Hill. .. liked to eat at the Hotel Stonewall.. .favorite subject was government.. .Coach McCue was his ideal. . .hopes to enter North Carolina State. GARY JOHN GAWLER ffcaryll Atlantic Highlands, New jersey Private Company A 45 Varsity Basketball 45 Varsity Baseball 45 Intramural Sports 4. Senior "Rath in A Company.. .had a love for sports, especially football. . .liked chemistry here at SMA but thought little of history.. .could be found at Quick's on leave. . .plans to go to Monmouth College. GORDON LORWOOD GEE Kfcordli Corning, New York Private Company A 3, 4. Enjoyed Physics but could never understand English IV...liked listening to Lieutenant Wease. . .plans to enter Texas Technology College. 1959 45 WILLIAM WAYT GIBBS, V If Waytl! Staunton, Virginia Private Company D 29 Corporal Company D 3, Lieutenant Company C 4, Superintendent's Ribbon 2, Headmaster's Ribbon 3, 4g Merit Ribbon 3, 45 Commandant's Ribbon 3, 4, Military Ribbon 2, 3, 45 Howie Rifles 45 Varsity Ten- nis 3, 4. Thought that the Corps should have more privileges.. .liked physics and could often be found at Fairfax Hall. . .favorite sport was tennis. . .ideal on the Hill was Colonel Pitcher. . . expects to enter Massachusetts Institute of Technology. yf ' DONALD GooDw1LL, III ' "Don" V Y! N-ew Orleans, Louisiana ri exftrrripany D 3, Corporal Company D 43 Merit Rib- b 3, 4g Military Ribbon 3, 45 Commandantis Ribbon 4, owie Rifles 4. Li the leaves. . .enjoyed dating at Mary Baldwin College . .ideal was Colonel Pitcher and favorite subject was Trig . . .always did like math. . .hopes to attend Tulane Univer- sity. JOHN ELLISON GRAHAM "Johnny" Cleveland, North Carolina Private Company C 35 Sergeant Company C 43 Varsity Football 3, 45 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Intramural Sports 3, 4. Always thought SMA had excellent athletic facilities... could not stand Saturday inspections. . .liked to shoot the "Bull" whenever possible. . .least-liked subject was govern- ment...ideal was Coach Pandak. . .plans to attend Wake Forest after graduation. SMA 46 RALPH USHER GRANT ffleugll Dayton, Ohio Private Company A 35 Sergeant ,Company A 4, Headmaster's Ribbon 3, 4, Mili- tary Ribbon 3, 45 Intramural Football Medal 35 Intramural Sports 3, 4. One of the boys in West Barracks. . .enjoyed arguing with roommate. . .best-liked subject was physics. . .cared little for history. . .ideal at SMA was Lieutenant Wease. . .plans to enter Columbia School of Engineering. PAUL KARL GROGGER "Skeat" Ogden, Utah Private Regimental Band 2, Sergeant Regimental Band 3, Sergeant First Class Corps Band 4, Military Ribbon 2, 3, 4g Merit Ribbon Z, 3, 45 Commandant's Ribbon 3, 4, Headmaster's Ribbon 4, Marksmanship Medal 45 J.V. Football 2, 35 -I.V. Basketball 2, 33 Varsity Basketball 4, Varsity Golf 45 Varsity Track 2, 35 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Hated weekly themes.. .thought that the Academy developed good study habits . . .favorite subjects were physics and chemistry. . .hated Spanish. . .ideal at SMA was Colonel james. . .plans to enter California Institute of Technology. JOHN ALEXANDER GRYBKO, JR. "Tiger" Sunderland, Massachusetts Private Company I2 lg Sergeant Company E 23 First Sergeant Company F 35 Cadet Captain Company F 45 Varsity Swimming 2, 3, 45 Captain Swimming Team 3, Co-Captain Swimming Team 43 Kablcgram Staff 3, 45 Treasurer Cotil- lion Club Committee 4, Decorating Committee 3, 4, Howie Rifles 2, 3, 45 Super- intendent's Ribbon 1, 2, Headmasterjs Ribbon 2, 3, Military Ribbon 1, 2, 35 Commandant's Ribbon 23 Merit Ribbon 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. One of the few four-year boys at the Academy. . .enjoyed taking it easy on the Hill. . .liked Colonel Brown's chemistry class tremendously.. .hated French... favorite sport was swimming. . .ideal at SMA was Major Dodge. . .plans to study engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1959 47 SMA JOHN JAY HAGEDORN, II "Hagey" West Point, Georgia Private Company D 3g Sergeant Company D 4g Superintendent's Ribbon 3, 4g Military Ribbon 3, 45 Merit Ribbon 3g Commandantls Ribbon 4g Spanish Medal 35 Kablegram Staff 4g Howie Rifles 45 J.V. Basketball 35 Track Team 3g Ten- nis Team 4. Disliked those terrible reveilles. . .a true Southerner. . .Physics was a favorite sub- ject. . .could not say the same for Spanish. . .Colonel Pitcher was his ideal at SMA. . .plans to enter Yale University. LEO JAMES HAKY "Shaky" Yatesboro, Pennsylvania Private Company B 45 Varsity Basketball 4g Varsity Football 43 Secretary Sen- ior Class 4g Kablegram Staff 4. Liked the people at SMA. . .loved sports. . .enjoyed passing the time at Marlyn's ...enjoyed plane geometry but joined the many people who hated English. .. after attending SMA Leo plans to enter the University of Pittsburgh. HERBERT LEE HASSELL Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia Private Company C 4. Y .. 4 Hated sweep details and inspections.. .could often be 'found playing the 1 on the Hill. . .enjoyed drinking chocolate shakes at Quick's. . .enjoyed7tfigQnQrn:i' ,A 'L all etry. . .ideal at SMA was Lieutenant Wease. . .hopes to enter the Ujgigveisitybii A Colorado. 'w V, Wi 'A-1 1 LS- 1 .1 Q l 48 'W 1 'Y in 'Lino 1959 WILLIAM CADMUS HECKSTALL "Brother" Windsor, North Carolina Private Corps Band 4. Disliked being away from home.. .hated solid geometry... enjoyed writing letters and playing football. . .ideal at SMA was Lieutenant Crowl. . .wants to enter North Carolina State. RICHARD MARTIN HERSHORIN "Hersh" Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Private Company B lg Private Headquarters Company 25 Sergeant Headquarters Company 33 Lieutenant Headquar- ters Company 4g Headmaster's Ribbon 3, 4g Commandant's Ribbon 35 Military Ribbon 3g Varsity Swimming 1, 35 Varsity Rifle Team 3, 43 Decorating Committee l, 2, 3, 43 Cotillion Club Committee 45 Kablegram Staff 43 Howie Rifles 4g Best Drilled Old Cadet Medal 35 Intramural Sports 1, 3. Hated the daily routine...liked chemistry...hated French ...liked to swim.. .ideal at Staunton was Colonel Brown .. .plans to enter the University of Pennsylvania. JOSEPH JAY HINDS, JR. , rrjayu flll H Gastonia, North Carolina A , 'f -. Pri ate Company C 1. - , D JYV S: V i V V VII f '60 'aiwdiwl' Loved American History and 'tehing footlfall games. W," hated rifle inspecti' s.. .ide 1.-aySM4ygg Lieutemliit Weds? 4 ...plans to ystlliy xtq7pQ?gl,ineerf1lg atlvwelllniypfgily North Cauilgiina. A 7 ,t . ffl ol! -1:0 'A l . iff .wff .K wwe gf L -' .mu ffffw JM. 'Llfff ' 4 J ' 4 0' My . l ,fin I' i ,Sli 'XJ I 1 . , -- .1 z,iJx' gf!! , - V , 2'- f rf., L i All ,I . ' If .1 ini' " A '4 I fr", Q J 51. IL 1 I 'VN ' ' , . 1-W' W4 ,fi 1 , ' 'LL , , I i- ,W -..QQ V Q' " L," f' . 'X JOHN ADAM HOROSHKO "f0hnny" Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Private Company ll 4g Varsity Track 4g Merit Ribbon 4. Liked to stay away from the Hill as much as possible.. .ideals at the Academy were Captain Pandak and Captain Staey...hopes to attend Westchester State Teacher's College. MACY LIVINGSTON HOYLE "Mace" Smithfield, North Carolina Corporal Corps lland 45 Varsity Football 4. Liked the Academy's dances. . .hated Reveille. . .favorite subject was government ...least-liked subject was English. . .thought a great deal of Lieutenant Wease . . .plans to attend the University of North Carolina. HARRY ARCH HULVEY, JR. "Horse" Staunton, Virginia Private Company A 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Baseball 45 Merit Ribbon 4. A day student at the Academy.. .favorite subject .was 1ing1ish...didn't care too much for government. . .could often be found playing sports. . .plans to enter the service after graduation. SMA so WILLIAM SNOWDEN HUNTER "Snowdie" Staunton, Virginia tliqavatte Company D 4g Varsity Baseball 43 Varsity Foot- a . One of the lucky day students. . .favorite pastime on the Hill was getting out of drill. . .favorite subject was chem- istry but hated English.. .plans to study at Virginia Poly- technical Institute. DONALD WILLIAM HUROWITZ "Don" Washington, D. C. Private Company D 2, 3g Corporal Company D 45 lntra- mural Sports 2, 3, 4. Movies was a favorite pastime while on leave...enjoyed taps most of all. . .favorite subject was English.. .detested history. . .Ideal at SMA was Captain Johnson...plans to attend American University. DONALD H. INSKIP "Don" Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa Private Company C 25 Sergeant Company C 35 Merit Rib- bon 3, 45 Intramural Sports 3, 4. Looked forward to leave and attending the movies... Executive Officer in "CharlieU Company...favorite sub- ject was government. . .liked to sleep during his free time ...plans to attend Georgetown University to become a diplomat. 1959 51 SMA JOHN ADOLF JOSETTI, III "Spider" Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania Private Company A 45 IV. Basketball 45 Intramural Sports 4. Enjoyed the military.. .favorite subject was government. . .cared little for phy- siology...Quick's was his headquarters...plans to enter Colorado School of Mines. THOMAS HOWARD KILBY ri Toni!! Evanston, Illinois Private Company D 35 Master Sergeant Color Guard 45 Kablegram Staff 45 SHRAPNEL Staff 3, 45 Sports Editor SIIRAPNEL Staff 45 Manager Varsity Bas- ketball Team 35 Commandant's Ribbon 35 Merit Ribbon 45 Howie Rifles 45 Military Ribbon 45 Intramural 3, 4. Liked all of his friends at the Academy. . .hated raising the flag before Reveille ...loved to debate. . .favorite subject was Government. . .least-liked subject was English. . .liked to play basketball.. .thought a lot of Colonel Brown. . .hopes to enter the Naval Academy. WILLIAM JOSEPH KOONCE, JR. "Dino" Kinston, North Carolina Private Regimental Band 35 Sergeant Corps Band 45 Blue Knights 3, 45 Kable- gram Staff 45 j.V. Football 35 Intramural Sports 3, 4. Liked government. . .didn't think too much of chemistry or plane geometry, .. could often be found doing nothing. . .expects to attend either Duke or King's Point. 52 1959 ANTHONY CHARLES KORVAS ffT0ny!! Long Island City, New York Private Company F 15 Corporal Company F 25 Sergeant First Class Company D 35 First Lieutenant Company D 45 Headmastens Ribbon l, 35 Superintendent's Ribbon 1, 25 Merit Ribbon 25 Military Ribbon 25 Commandant's Ribbon 45 SHRAPNEL Staff Z, 3, 45 Editorial Manager SIIRAPNEL 35 Editor-in-Chief SHRAP- NEL 45 Member of the International Quill and Scroll journalism Society 3, 45 Howie Rifles 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 25 Sharpshooter's Medal 45 S.I.P.A. Representative 4. Executive Oiicicer of "Delta" Company...like most cadets enjoyed Taps but hated Reveille...favorite subjects are chemistry, physics, and government... ideals at Staunton were Colonels James, Brown, and Pitcher, and Lieutenant XVease. . .enjoyed sleeping while on the Hill. . .plans to enter the University of Virginia. NICKOLAS JOHN KRISKA "Nick" Akron, Ohio Varsity Football 4. The small classes pleased him.. .liked to play football. . .sleeping was his favorite pastime. . .liked algebra and had no love for military science. . .ideal was Lieuten- ant Wease. . .hopes to make a career of the Air Force after graduating from the Air Force Academy. ALBERT KELLY MCGAVOCK "Spider" Staunton, Virginia Corporal Regimental Rand 45 Merit Ribbon 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Bas- ketball 45 Varsity Track 4. A day student. . .track was a favorite sport.. .best-liked subject was English. .. disliked solid geometry. . .ideal at SMA was Lieutenant Wease. . .has eyes set on VVestern Maryland University. 53 SMA DONALD WATERS MacDONALD HA lacy! Tampa, Florida Private Company B l, Z5 Sergeant Company B 35 Private Company C 4, Intramural swimming l, 2, 3, 4, Decorating Committee l, 2, 3. Ilest-liked subjects were Fnglish and history.. .didn't care for Spanish or algebra. . .ideal at SMA was Colonel Moody .. .loved the Canteen. . .hated reveille and drill.. .plans to go to Florida Southern College. RICHARD TAYLOR MARSH "Marshall " Steele City, Nebraska Private Company If 25 Sergeant Company E 3, Major Bat- tle Group Staff 45 Kablegram Staff 35 Features Editor Kablegram 4, SHRAPNEL Staff 35 Senior Editor SHRAPNEL 4, Superintendentls Ribbon 2, 3, 45 Merit Ribbon 2, 35 Commandantls Ribbon 3, 4, Military Ribbon Z, 3, 45 Alge- bra Medal Zg Plane Geometry Medal 33 Howie Rifles 3, 41 Drillmaster Howie Rifles 4, Quill and Scroll Honorary Society 45 Intramural Football Medal 2g Intramural Sports 2, 3. Corps S-2...liked the military life with the exception of Reveille. . .physics his favorite subject and Colonel James and Captain Stacy were his ideals at Staunton. . .noted for not using captainls leave. . .always thought that the school needed a PA system...favorite sport was swimming... thought that the school needed more common sense... hopes to enter Massachusetts Institute of Technology. JOHN HENRY MAURER "Little John" Indiana, Pennsylvania Private Regimental Band 2, Sergeant Regimental Band 35 First Lieutenant Corps Rand 4, Howie Rifles 45 Military Ribbon 2, 3, 4g Merit Ribbon 35 Marksmanship Medal 45 Blue Knights 3, 45 Varsity Football 3, IV. Football 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Lieutenant in the Band. . .thought that the bell system was ancient.. .favorite subject was history. . .least liked was French.. .spent most of his free time checking his dusty mail box.. .ideals were Colonels James and Brown. . .plans to enter University of Virginia. E A 1959 GEORGE JESTER MERRITT, JR. "George" Natick, Massachusetts Private Company A 35 Sergeant Company A 45 Varsity Swimming 3, 45 Intra- mural Sports 3, 4. Enjoyed taking it easy on the Hill.. .swimming was a favorite sport. . .best liked subject was physics. . .hated English. . .Colonel Moody was his ideal. . .hopes to enter Virginia Military Institute and become an engineer. JOHN ALVIN MESSER "Speedy" Galax, Virginia Private Company E 15 Corporal Company E 2 5 Master Sergeant Company E 35 Major Corps Staff 45 Commandant's Ribbon 2, 45 Merit Ribbon 2, 3, 45 Military Ribbon 2, 35 Howie Rifles 35 Drillmaster Howie Rifles 45 Business Manager Scimitar 45 Senior Editor SHRAPNEL 45 Kablegram Staff 3, 45 International Quill and Scroll 45 Cotillion Club Committee 45 Secretary Cotillion Club 45 Decorating Committee 3, 45 Varsity Track 25 Intramural Sports l, 2, 35 Football Medal 25 Softball Medal 25 Skeet Club 35 Marksmanship Medal 4. Four year man at the Academy. . .liked government...disliked math...always talking about hot rods and car racing. . .could be seen at Mary Baldwin College during leaves.. .plans to go into the mirror business upon graduation from North Carolina State. FRED HENRY MEYER, III "Giant" Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Private Company E 15 Corporal Company E 25 Master Sergeant Third Battalion Staff 35 Captain Company E 45 j.V. Basketball 2, 3, 45 j.V. Football 3, 45 Var- sity Baseball 1, 2, 35 Superintendent's Ribbon 2, 35 Headmaster's Ribbon 1, 2, 3, 45 Military Ribbon 45 Commandant's Ribbon 45 Decorating Committee 3, 45 Cotillion Club Committee 3, 45 Howie Rifles 45 Co-Captain J.V. Football 45 In- tramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. A four year man at the Academy. . .could often be found dating at Fairfax Hall . . .a good, all-round athlete. . .favorite subject was chemistry. . .hated biology. . . ideal at SMA was Captain Pandak. . .has eyes set on Washington and jefferson. SS SMA MICHAEL ALLEN MEYERS "Mike" Milburn, New jersey Corporal Company B 4. Corporal in "Bravo" Company.. .government was interest- ing to him.. .liked to Watch football.. .always enjoyed his leaves...Captain Stacy was his ideal...plans to attend Rider College. WALKER WEAR MITCHELL "Mitch" Forty Fort, Pennsylvania Private Company B 35 Sergeant Company ll 4 5 Military Ribbon 35 Intramural Sports 3, 4. A constant Hi-Fi listener...going to the movies was a favorite pastime. . .trigonometry was interesting. . .English was the least-liked subject...Ideal at SMA was Colonel Brown. . .hopes to go to the University of Pennsylvania. ALLAN SHELTON MINTER, III UAV Miami, Florida Private Company C 45 Varsity Football 4 g Sergeant-Ab Arms of Senior Class 4. Was anti-militaristic. . .enjoyed shooting the breeze with the boys. . .favorite sport was football. . .Major McCue was his ideal at SMA. .nundecided about future. R6 1959 CARL MORRIS MOLLER "Mule" Middle River, Maryland Private Company A 35 Corporal Company A 45 Intramural Sports 3, 4. Believed in afternoon relaxation. . .a regular dater. . .loved to play baseball.. .favorite subject was plane geometry... ideal at SMA was Lieutenant Wease. . ,Naval Academy is number one on his list. EDWARD HYDE MORSE, JR. KfEdU Timonium, Maryland Private Regimental Rand 25 Sergeant First Class Regimen- tal Band 35 Captain Corps Band 45 Cotillion Club Commit- tee 45 lellue Knights 2, 3, 45 Military Ribbon 25 Merit Rib- bon 3, 45 Sharpshooter's Medal 45 Varsity Golf 3, 45 Howie Rifles 3, 45 Master Musician 3, 45 Kablegram Staff 35 Dec- orating Committee 3, 4. Corps Rand Commander. . .thought that the Academy pro- vided good schooling. . .liked government. . .enioyed work- ing with the Blue Knights. . .liked to play golf during his free time. . .ideal at SMA was Major VVeidinger...hopes to enter the College of Vlfooster. STANLEY FREDERIK MULCOCK "Stan" Montclair, New jersey Private Company A 45 Blue Knights 4. Enioyed writing lyrics.. .SMA's contribution to the "Rec- ord Hop". . .favorite subject was algebra. . .did not care too much for English...ideal at SMA was Captain Hallman . . .undecided about future. 57 HARRY NADAL, JR. "Har1'it0" San juan, Puerto Rico Private Company D 15 Corporal Company D 25 Sergeant Company D 35 Ser- geant First Class Company D 45 Commandant's Ribbon 3, 45 Merit Ribbon 3, 4g J.V. Football l, 2, 35 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. Platoon Sergeant in t'Delta" Company.. .ideal was Captain Murphy.. .liked gov- ernment but had no love for algebra.. .liked to watch football.. .could be found with Troconiz and Arango shooting the breeze in room 600 during leave.. .hopes to enter the University of Virginia. MICHAEL HODGES NAIRNE "Nam" Davenport, Iowa Private Company A 35 Corporal Company A 45 Intramural Sports 3, 4. Disliked that same old routine. . .could always be seen with his girl downtown. . . best-liked subject was algebra.. .loved to play basketball. . .Colonel Brown was his ideal.. .would like to study at Yale or West Point. JOHN HENRY NEITZEY HC0711,17l0d07'v Springfield, Virginia Private Company I3 35 Corporal Company B 45 Intramural Sports 3, 45 Intra- mural Football Medal 4. Came to SMA in '58 . .Corporal in "Bravo" Company.. .liked football.. .had a love for English. . .he was always glad to hear taps sound.. .ideal was Captain Stacy. . .hopes to attend University of Virginia. SMA 58 'I95 BILL JOE NOLES "Rum" Oxford, Michigan Private Company A 4 5 Varsity Football 43 Varsity Basketball 4g Treasurer Senior Class 4. Loved sports...favorite pastime on leave was making telephone calls...liked physics but despised Algebra IU. . .his ideal was Colonel James. . .plans to at- tend University of Michigan. STANLEY EDWARD NOVACK "Stan" Lyons, Illinois Private Company A 45 Varsity Football 4. Liked the scenery in Virginia.. .one of our better football players.. .liked Eng- lish. . .could be found sleeping or down at Quick's during leave.. .hopes to make an Air Force career after graduation from the Air Force Academy. JULIO EDWIN ossA "Eddie" Columbus, Ohio Private Company D lg Sergeant Company D 2 5 Sergeant First Class Company D 3g First Lieutenant Company D 45 Varsity Track 15 Varsity Swimming lg Mili- tary Science Ribbon 2, 35 Merit Ribbon 4g Commandanfs Ribbon 3g Howie Rifles 3, 45 Intramural Football Medal 3g Intramural Baseball Medal 33 Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. A four year man at the Academy.. .enjoyed football games.. .favorite subject was English...disliked the SMA routine...Captain Murphy was his ideal at SMA. . .hopes to attend Ohio State. 9 JOHN W. OWENS "Jack" Norfolk, Virginia Private Company A 3g Sergeant Company A 45 Military Ribbon 3, 43 Expert Rifleman Medal 4. Liked government here at the Academy.. .disliked Spanish ...always played a great deal of tennis. . .could be seen in the movies during leave. . .hopes to attend Virginia Military Institute upon graduation. ' p . ,fn . . . ,I ' Y 1. Ab lb J ' Jn leg f gg 'LI rf t V . 5. rg My ' I J, iw- H 'V ,1 ,, . A - V ' Y' . .' ' l it 2 .' uf C , X A," DuI5ON'T GUERRY PARKER ' ,WJ . N' XX "Moose" l ' t ' . . it ' I ,hy Arcadia, Florida Prixgate Compaliy B 35 Sergeant Company B 45 Merit Rib- bon'3g Intramural Sports 3, 4. a-J A second year man at the Academy.. .liked the sound of Taps but hated Reveille. . .squad leader in B Company... liked government and Lieutenant Wease was his ideal at SMA. . .wants to go to Florida State University. EDWARD BEVERLY PEACOCK "Ea'dic,' Owensboro, Kentucky Private Company C 33 Private Company A 4. Liked the military training at the Academy. . .favorite sub- ject was math. . .hated Latin. . .ideal was Colonel james. . . plans to enter Georgia Institute of Technology. SMA DOUGLAS EDWARD PEASE IfD0ug!! Parma, Ohio Private Company D 3, Corporal Company D 43 Merit Ribbon 4, Head1naster's Ribbon 45 j.V. Football 3, Intramural Sports 3, 4. Thought that the Academy had good food.. .always thought that "It" should be co-ed. . .liked the Academy's math courses. . .hated Spanish. . .enjoyed watching and playing football...ideal at SMA was Lieutenant Wease...plans to enter Case Institute of Technology. WILLIAM WALLACE PECK, III "Bill" Morrisville, Vermont Private Company B 45 Intramural Sports 4. A lover boy. . .liked to sleep on leave or play soccer. . .chemistry his favorite subject. . .English was found uninteresting.. .has plans of going to University of Vermont. RICHARD NICHOLAS PERONACE "Rich" New Britain, Connecticut Private Company B 4. Liked the military manner about SMA. . .hated Latin but liked physiology... ideal at SMA was Captain Stacy...plans to enter Citadel after attending SMA. 1959 61 SMA JOSEPH FREDERICK PETERS, JR. Kfjoell Norfolk, Virginia Private Company D 35 Master Sergeant Company D 45 Commandant's Ribbon 45 Merit Ribbon 33 Military Ribbon 3g Howie Rifles 4g Intramural Sports 3, 45 Skeet Team 3, 4g Golf Team 3, 4. Platoon leader in 'fDelta" Company. . .did 11ot care much for Reveille. . .enjoyed the activities at Mary Baldwin College. . .favorite subjects were chemistry and physics. . .ideal at Staunton was Colonel James. . .will attend Virginia Polytechnic institute. GORDON BERRY PHILLIPS Klphilll Wilmette, Illinois Private Company ll Zg Corporal Company E 35 Sergeant Company ll 4. Liked to sleep and eat. . .favorite subject was government.. .ideal at SMA was Lieutenant E. Cox...didn!t care for Spanish.. .enjoyed Taps every night and liked to play tennis. . .plans to enter Purdue. CHARLES CLAYTON PIERPONT "Chuck" Sarasota, Florida l'rivate Company A 45 Intramural Sports 4g Rifle Team 4. One of the top men on the rifle team.. .liked to go to rifle team practice. . .had a love for military science. . .football was his favorite sport.. .plans to make the Army a career after graduation from Virginia Military Institute. 62 1959 JOSEPH DOMINICK PISTONE "Hungry" Paterson, New jersey grivatte Company A 45 Varsity Basketball 45 Merit Rib- on . Enjoyed all sports.. .was always hungry.. .favorite subject was history.. .his ideals at SMA were Coach Pandak and Coach McCue. . .plans to enter Wilkes College. ERNEST GARY PITZER "Ernie" Wilmington, Delaware Private Company B 45 Sergeant Company B P.G.5 lntra- mural Sports 4. Squad leader in "B1'avol' Company. . .favorite subject was mechanical drawing...ideal at the Academy was Captain Murphy.. .plans to enter the General Motors Institute. EDWARD LEE PLUMMER ff-Big Ed!! Maysville, Kentucky Private Company ll 15 Sergeant Company I-leadquartens 25 Sergeant First Class Company Headquarters C 45 Merit Ribbon Z, 3, 45 Commandant's Ribbon 2, 45 Military Rib- bon 2, 35 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Varsity Baseball 25 Var- sity Track 35 j.V. Basketball 35 Intramural Sports 2. One of the liberal boys.. .cared little for French.. .his fav- orite pastime. on the Hill was dreaming about leaves. . . ideal was Major McCue.. .plans to enter the University of Kentucky. 63 SAM POT R, . ffSa7nlJ Lynch, Kentucky Private Company A 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Basketball 4. A one year man at the Academy.. .liked Spanish but didn't care too much for physics.. .hated the routine but enjoyed the sports at SMA. . .hopes to enter the Naval Academy. JOHN JEFFERSON PYNE, JR. "Pine" Aldie, Virginia Private Company A 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Baseball 45 Intramural Sports 4 5 Military Ribbon 45 Marksmanship Medal 4. Senior "Rat". . .disliked military set up here at SMA.. .Day Student. . .fond of history.. .ideal was Coach Cox. . .plans to attend Furman University upon grad- uation. LAWRENCE CHARLES RASCH "Irish" Chardon, Ohio Private Company A 25 Corporal Company A 35 Sergeant Company A 45 J.V. Football 35 Varsity Football 45 J.V. Basketball 35 Varsity Basketball 35 lntra- mural Sports 2, 3, 4. Enjoyed liberal math. . .didn't care for biology. . .could be found playing football on the Hill. . .ideals were Coaches McCue and Pandak. . .undecided about col- lege. SMA 64 WILLIAM JAMES RAWLINGS Ham" cRochester, New York Private Company D 4. Favorite subject was physics...hated English...hopes to enter either Virginia Polytechnic Institute or St. Lawrence University. . .could often be found chatting away in room 615. . .ideal was Colonel james. RICHARD GARY RINI KIWOPU Cleveland, Ohio Private Company F 25 Corporal Company F 35 Sergeant Company F. 4. Favorite sport was football.. .favorite subject was algebra . . .hated English. . .enjoyed going to the movies. . .ideal at SMA was Colonel joe Taylor.. .hopes to enter the in- surance business after attending Ohio State. YORKE ALEXANDER ROBERTS, JR. "Yorke" Richmond, Virginia Private Company B lj Corporal Company B 2g Sergeant Company B 35 Sergeant First Class Company B 4g Kable- gram Staff 1, 2, 3, 49 Decorating Committee 3, 43 Howie Rifles 3, 4g Intramural Sports 1, Z, 3, 45 Rifle Marksman- ship Medal 43 Intramural Football Medal 45 Merit Ribbon 1, 3, Military Science Ribbon 1, 2. Ideal at SMA was Captain Stacy...enjoyed sleeping on the Hill.. .liked government and English. . .did not care for chemistry or plane geometry...was a platoon sergeant in "Bravo" Company...plans to attend Virginia Polytechnic Institute or Duke. 1959 65 SMA KARL KIRBY ROSAZZA "R0zzie" Hopewell, Virginia Corporal Company F 25 Sergeant Company F 35 Lieutenant Company E 45 Mili- tary Ribbon 2, 35 Commandantis Ribbon 35 Merit Ribbon 2, 35 Scimitar Staff 3, 45 Decorating Committee 45 Howie Rifles 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Platoon leader in E. . .liked taps, leaves, and dances.. .favorite subject was gov- ernment.. .could often be found reading. . .his ideal at the Academy was Ser- geant DeMaio. . .hopes to attend the United States Military Academy. FRANCIS VINCENT ROSSINI "Sam" Masontown, Pennsylvania gqavagte Company B 35 Corporal Company B 45 Merit Ribbon 35 Varsity Base- a . Enjoyed sleeping whenever possible.. .disliked reveille...his ideal was Captain Stacy...favorite sport was baseball...enjoyed Colonel Pitcher's trig class... plans to enter Notre Dame. JOHN HENRY ROSZMANN "Whitey" Washington Court House, Ohio Private Corps Band 45 Intramural Sports 4. Liked the furloughs and just getting away for a tin1e...favorite subject was chemistry. . .didn't care for government. . .thought a great deal of Major Dodge ...plans to enter the Medical College of Ohio State University. 66 'I959 JOHN LEWIS SAPP IlL0ul! Jasper, Florida Private Company B 25 Master Sergeant Company B 35 Lieutenant Colonel 45 Superintendent's Ribbon 2, 3, 45 Commandant's Ribbon 2, 3, 45 Merit Ribbon 2, 3, 45 Military Ribbon 2, 3, 45 President Senior Class 45 Decorating Committee 2, 3, 45 Kablegram Staff 35 Editor-in-Chief Kablegram 45 Howie Rifles 3, 45 Drill- master Howie Rifles 45 Marksmanship Medal 45 Citizenship Medal 35 Military Science III Medal 35 Biology Medal 25 Intramural Swimming Medal 25 Intra- mural Sports Z, 35 Certificate of Merit American Daughters of the Revolution Essay Contest 35 International Quill and Scroll 45 S.I.P.A. Representative 3, 4. Corps Commander. . .thought that the Academy should have "Rat Rules". . . favorite subject was physics.. .could often be found listening to music during free time. . .liked to swim. . .thought a great deal of Lieutenant Case and Colonel James. . .hopes to enter the U. S. Naval Academy. PASCO CARMAN SCALLEAT llwhapll Hazleton, Pennsylvania Private Company A 45 Intramural Sports 4. A "Rat" at the Academy. . .Lieutenant Wease his ideal at SMA.. .didn't care too much for algebra.. .enjoyed the restful afternoons at the Academy. . .plans to enter Lafayette College. FREDERIC HERMAN SCHAFER KIZBVOIP Mount Airy, North Carolina Private Company A 25 Sergeant Company A 35 Captain Company A 45 Mili- tary Ribbon Z, 3, 45 Merit Ribbon 2, 35 Commandantis Ribbon 45 Decorating Committee 45 Marksmanship Medal 45 PMS8zT's Commendation 35 Varsity Foot- fall 25 Track 25 Varsity Baseball 35 J.V. Football 35 Football Medal 35 Softball Medal 35 Basketball Medal 35 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. A true rebel from Carolina. . .liked to sleep. . .didn't like Latin. . .fond of trig. . . his ideal was Sgt. Graham. . .hopes to attend Virginia Military Institute. 67 SMA OTIS A. SCHILLING, JR. "Tim" Akron, Ohio Private Company A 25 Private Company li .35 Corporal Company C 45 J.V. Football 2, 35 Military Ribbon 25 In- tramural Sports Z, 3, 4. Best-liked subject was chemistry.. .cared little for English . . .liked to play basketball while on the Hill. . .Colonel Brown was his ideal. . .hopes to attend Amherst University. ALBERT JUAN SCHMANDT, JR. HAI!! Hillside, New York Private Regimental Band l5 Sergeant Regimental Band 25 Sergeant First Class Regimental Band 35 Master Sergeant Corps Band 45 Decorating Committee 3, 45 Blue Knights 45 Varsity Track 15 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Military Ribbon l. Hated Spanish.. .liked to box.. .ideal at SMA was Cap- tain Stacy.. .hopes to attend University of Miami. HARRY SCHWARTZ "Harry" New York City, New York Private Regimental Band 25 Corporal Regimental Band 35 Sergeant First Class Corps Band 45 Merit Ribbon 2, 45 Commandant's Ribbon 35 Military Ribbon Z5 J.V. Football 45 'l ennis Team 45 Cheerleader 45 Blue Knights 3, 45 Marksmanship Medal 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Disliked Sunday parades...favorite pastime was playing the trumpet. . .enjoyed algebra. . .Captain Murphy was his ideal.. .hopes to attend the University of Pennsylvania. 68 1959 k RAUL JESUS SEGOVIA "Pancho" Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico Private Company A 25 Sergeant Company A 33 First Lieutenant Company A 43 Military Science Ribbon 3, 4g Merit Ribbon 3, 45 Intramural Sports 3, 4. Platoon Leader Company A.. .enjoyed leaves at SMA. . .favorite pastime was getting into trouble.. .ideal at the Academy was Lieutenant Vidal.. .undecided about future. HOWARD EDWARD SHENTON "Howie" Endicott, New York Private Company A 4g Merit Ribbon 43 Varsity Football 45 Track Team 43 Intramural Sports 4. A post graduate. . .enjoyed dating and roller skating while on leave. . .hated Eng- lish. . .did not care much for the military.. .plans to go to Clemson College. HOWARD MALCOLM SHERMAN "Bucky" Cambridge, Maryland Private Company B 3g Corporal Company T3 45 Military Ribbon 35 J.V. Basket- ball 3g Varsity Tennis 35 Golf Team 3. Corporal in "B" Company.. .could always be seen in the movies during leave.. . liked to play sports, especially tennis. . .liked chemistry. . .ideal was Colonel Brown . . .plans to attend Western Maryland University. 69 4 f 5 SMA STANLEY CARL SKRILOFF "Stan" Forest Hills, New York Private Company D 4 5 K ablegram Staff 4. Thought that SMA had a great group of boys. . .favorite subject was trigonometry. . .hated English. . .thought a great deal of Colonel Pitcher.. .hopes to enter Tulane. WARREN DAVID SMITH "Smitty" Marrick, New York Private Regimental Band 35 Sergeant Corps Band 4g Blue Knights 3, 4j Military Ribbon 3g Intramural Sports 3, 4. Liked the Academy's fine swimming pool. . .best-liked sub- jects were physics and French...favorite teachers were Colonel james and Major Moon. . .undecided about college. U' 'J i iff. I' .1 J jj , i 4 7' 'L 1 ' . S JW ,f W iiii . A V , I ff! f ,ly ff! fffrff ,171 ,rffffii ff 1' I X KV , gl! j-L3 TIQIOMAS FRANCIS SPAHR fry' K -' -a "Sparky" Vi -4 Tipton, Indiana private Company C 4j Varsity Football 4. Favorite pastime on the Hill was playing his favorite sport -football. . .enjoyed going to the movies While on leave.. . ideal at SMA was Lieutenant Wease. . .favorite subject was mathematics.. .didn't like history.. .undecided about col- lege. '70 1959 STEVEN SIMON SPIGEL "Steve" Washington, D. C. Private Company D 3, 4g Intramural Baseball 35 Intra- mural Football 4g Intramural Basketball 3. Ideals at SMA were Colonel Brown and Captain johnson ...Spanish his least-liked subject...history his best-liked subject. . .enjoyed extra sack-time while on the Hill. . .plans to attend George Washington University. WILLIAM LYNN SPRIGGS "Spriggs" Reedville, Virginia Intramural Sports 4. Came to SMA in '58. . .one of the boys in "Bravo" Com- pany. . .liked to sleep during leave. . .favorite subject was English. . .liked to watch baseball.. .could be found sitting in on the bull sessions. . .hopes to attend the University of Virginia. GEORGE MARCELLOUS STANT, JR. "Mark" Bethesda, Maryland Private Company A 45 Intramural Football 43 Intramural Basketball 4. Liked government at SMA.. .ideal was Lieutenant Wease ...hated Latin...could often be found lounging in his room during leave time. . .didnit think that homework was necessary.. .plans to enter the University of Nebraska. 71 THOMAS WILCOX STEPHENS "Steve" Hot Springs, Arkansas Private Company C 25 Sergeant First Class Company C 35 Captain Company C 45 Cotillion Club Committee 45 Decorating Committee 3, 45 Howie Rifles 45 Merit Ribbon 2, 3, 45 Headmaster's Ribbon 25 Commandant's Ribbon 3, 45 Mili- tary Ribbon 2, 3, 45 Kablegram Staff Z5 Basketball Medal 35 Football Medal 35 Varsity Tennis 25 3, 45 l.V. Rasketball 25 .l.V. Baseball 25 Marksmanship Medal 45 lntramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Company Commander 'ACharlie" Company. . .clidnit like to take beat squad... favorite subject was algebra. . .hated Spanish. . .enjoyed playing tennis. . .favorite spot downtown was the Stonewall Jackson. . .ideal at SMA was Captain Murphy . . .plans to study at the University of Arkansas. RALPH MICHAEL STEVENS fKMikg!l Boynton Beach, Florida Private Company D 35 Sergeant Company D 45 Merit Ribbon 35 Commandant's Ribbon 45 Military Ribbon 3. Thought that free C.Q. was a wonderful idea...liked to watch basketball... favorite subject was chemistry.. .hated English. . .ideal at Staunton was Colonel Brown. . .hopes to enter the University of Florida. SUMNER GRANT STEWART-MAGEE Kfiflrabli Teheran, Iran Private Company ll 35 Corporal Company R 45 lntramural Sports 4. Fond of physics. . .detested French. . .one of the lover boys. . .ideal at SMA was Captain Stacy. . .wants to go to Virginia Polytechnic Institute. SMA 72 WILLIAM FREDRIC STUVE "Bill" C1-eveland, Ohio Private Company B 35 Corporal Company B 45 Intramural Sports 3, 45 Merit Ribbon 3, 4. Could often be seen on his way to Stuart Hall. . .liked to swim or play baseball while on the Hill. . .liked math. . .his ideal was Colonel James. . .his plans include Carnegie Tech. GLENN AUSTIN TRAIGER "Chubby, Far Rockaway, New York Private Company E 35 Corporal Company If 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Military Science Ribbon 3, 4. Enjoyed the military. . .disliked getting mail. . .was fond of English. . .did not care for chemistry. . .ideal at SMA was Lieutenant Case. . .undecided about future. RAMIRO JESUS TROCONIZ llTiny7! Caracas, Venezuela Private Company F 15 Sergeant Company F 25 Master Sergeant Second Rat- talion Staff 35 Major Battle Group Staff 45 Military Ribbon 3, 45 Commandanfs Ribbon 3, 45 Howie Rifles 3, 45 Drill Master Howie Rifles 45 Cotillion Club Committee 3, 45 Decorating Committee 2, 3, 45 Rifle Team 2, 3, 45 Rifle Team Captain 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Enjoyed being Corps Adjutant. . .favorite pastime on Hill was having bull ses- sions in Spanish. . .loved to go to the dances. . .and to the movies. . .favorite sub- ject was mathematics.. .ideal at SMA was Lieutenant Wease. . .has eyes set on Citadel. 1959 73 CHRIS JAMES TSUCALAS "Chuck" jersey City, New Jersey Private Company B 23 Private Company D 3g Corporal Company A 43 SHRAPNEL Staff 3, 43 Business Manager SHRAPNEL 43 Skeet Club 33 Commandant's Ribbon 3. A three year man...favorite subject was history.. .cared little for Spanish H. . .enjoyed arguing with roommate... could often be seen at the movies...ideal at SMA was Major Haddock.. .plans to attend Bethany College. . l,' s 7. . P 3 I' .. , L 'rf b U rl . LC EI?WARDiCHARLES URBANY, JR. ,1 ' r ' Vi 4 K ' ffEdbV '. 4 . ' 1. . I Tireensboro, Pennsylvania Private Company C 33 Private Company C 43 Military Ribbon 3. A two year man at the Academy. . .couldn't wait until taps to go to sleep.. .favorite subject was chemistry. . .detested English. . .ideal was Colonel Brown.. .hopes to enter Uni- versity of West Virginia. JULIO ARTURO VENGOECHEA ffVgnPI Maracaibo, Venezuela Private Company E 13 Sergeant Company E 23 Sergeant Major First Battalion Staff 33 Corps S-3 43 Kablcgram Staff 2, 3, 43 SHRAPNEL Staff 3, 43 Scimitar Staff 43 Staff Director Kablegram 43 Military Editor SHRAPNEL 33 Edi- tor-in-Chief Scimitar 43 Superintendent's Ribbon 1, 2, 3, 43 Military Science Ribbon 1, 2, 3, 43 Commandant's Ribbon 1, Z, 3, 43 Merit Ribbon 2, 33 Honor Court Z, 3, 4g Cotil- lion Club Committee 3, 43 Decorating Committee 2, 3, 43 Howie Rifles 2, 3, 43 Drill Master Howie Rifles 43 Vice President Senior Class 43 Rifle Team Manager 33 Rifle Team 43 lntramural Sports 1, 23 Kahlegram Medal 3, 43 Expert Rifleman Medal 4. Best liked subjects were all mathematics.. .least liked was English...favorite pastimes were listening to music and going to the movies...favorite sport was swimming... ideals were Colonel james and Lieutenant Wease...plans to attend Massachusetts lnstitute of Technology. SMA 74 MICHAEL VAN WESTLEY "Mike" Midland, Michigan Private Company Ag Varsity Football and Co-Captain 45 Varsity Baseball 4. Senior "Rat". . .played football and liked the sport very much. . .fond of algebra . . .disliked government. . .movies kept him occupied on leave. . .planning on business career after graduation from University of Michigan. LARRY DOUGLAS WHEELING "Doug" Winston-Salem, North Carolina Private Company A 4, Varsity Football 4g Intramural Sports 4, Commandant's Ribbon 4. Liked to play football and watch basketball. . .favorite subject was History IV, but hated government.. .his ideal at the Academy was Colonel Dey. . .plans to attend University of North Carolina. WALTER RAYNALD WILLIAMS "Willie" New Orleans, Louisiana Private Company B 3g Sergeant Company B 4, Commandant's Ribbon 3, 45 In- tramural Sports 3, 45 Howie Rifles 4. Proud to be in "Bravo" Company.. .didn't like Colonel James' physics class... had a love for physiology. . .liked to relax and go to the movies during leave time ...Captain Stacy his ideal at SMA. . .didn't like reveille but loved taps. .lplans to go to Louisiana State University. . lt .M 1959 yi-, if My i'hFAi .VJV A' L TONS '7lf SMA 1959 CHARLES RICHARD WILLS "Charlie" Pueblo, Colorado Private Company D 25 Sergeant Company D 3, Platoon l.eader Company F 45 Merit Ribbon 2, 33 Commandant's Ribbon 3. First Lieutenant in F Company. . .enjoyed leaves and taps. . .favorite pastime on the Hill was sleeping. . .enjoyed playing golf. . .favorite subject was history... hated algebra...ideal at Staunton was Colonel Dey...plans to attend Univer- sity of Colorado. STEVEN ERWIN ZAGER "Steve" Greensboro, North Carolina Private First Class Company B lg Corporal Company B 2, Sergeant Company B 4, Lieutenant Company B 45 Military Ribbon 3, 4, Merit Ribbon 2, 4g Howie Rifles 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming Team 3, 43 Finalist Southern Interscholastic Swimming Championships 3, 45 All-State Diver 3g Marksmanship Medal 4 3 Intramural Football Medal 2. Lieutenant in "B" Company.. .proud of North Carolina.. .didn't like the regi- mentation here. . .liked biology. . .disliked English. . .a line diver. . .ideal here at the Academy was Major Dodge. . .hopes to attend University of Miami upon graduation. FREDERICK CHARLES ZEUCH ffRiCk9I Parma, Ohio Corporal Company F 2, Sergeant First Class Company F 3, First Lieutenant Company A 45 Kablegram Staff 3, 43 Military Ribbon 2, 3, 4, Merit Ribbon 2, Commandant's Ribbon 3, 45 I-Ieadmaster's Ribbon 2, Varsity Track 3, Marks- manship Medal 4g Howie Rifles 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. One of the more military men.. .trigonometry was a favorite. . .cared little for Spanish. . .disliked marching on cold days. . .ideal at SMA was Colonel james. . . has eyes set on Northwestern University. '7 9.2 lIk'l' 1'vn'L'Ix'wI 1-III l nnms Irum XX Imt gucs up must L'uIum'I Ih-5' umm' 1Imx'11. L :lwl:n1c1I:1. X'k'IIg'flL'L'IN'11 7 I':IIn1i11g lIu' zlsplmll I'k'1I X w, uv s111uI1' fn1Ix' lI1c Iwsl , . ,. X ' Nmznclx. .X1'sIm1IwII Ihm ' .XII in fun? IQ I"u'I 11' I' . mg I'1IIL'l'5 Inl1'mIucv Ili In . X-, mln-r. I':11'w11 SHIIIUHIIL' 77 E I i 1 I 5' K 33 5 A E '51 E gi-' . ' . 'Fi-fi V , X - , g . A 9 :Va U ' ' ' Q Xi?-?f 5 fi W eb. . Ei' 7, "Af 2 . 55 'T' iq ? ki? vm . 5. 53443544 .43 '. ff' 2 ide ' i f 'AQ ff? iiih- ' I f' " 1 .Q?w,f ,. , - 1 Q,.. 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' a FRESHMEN K Robert Gooch Charles Herold George Kegley William Lowe james Greco Lawrence Hertzberg Roger Kopec Wallace Lyman Douglas Hare Burdette Holmes William Lambert Ajohn McGonegal Stephen Harris Daniel Hunt Kenneth Lee Richard McIntyre Edward Hays Robert Jacobs Daniel Long Keith Martin Harvie Henry Richard Kale Rafael Lovaton Brent Maxwell Ns M FRESHMEN Russell Michaelsen Charles Mosser Floyd Ostrom Patterson Rogers Donald Miller Donald Mulcock Humberto Pacifico Peter Savale joe Miranda Stephen Newton George Parker David Schiltz Trowbridge Robert Montague Moore Guillermo James Novellas O'Brien William Harold Reeves Rittenmeyer John William Schultz Schwartzschild James Moss William Odell john Robertson Thomas Skinner FRESHMEN Larry Frederick Scott Melvin Hector Benjamin Sonstein Sutton Taylor Thomason Torres Vandervoort Richard John William Charles Wade Wagstaff Whitehead Wilkinson Thomas Tuck Wilson Wurzbacher X plus Y I More work 95 EIGHTH GRADE James Adkins Oscar Boetticher Robert F icke Gary Krause Robert Ailes Dennis Burkholder Hans Greser Michael Lander john Banville Arthur Carey Barry Grodin James Leitner Dillio Bini Perry Cohen joseph Haskett Lawrence Levy Robert Bishop Beni Crumpecker William Hearon George Lipow William Bishop Moncure Duncan Barry Hogan Raymond Little EIGHTH GRADE David Benedict Michael Edward Richard Lufcy McElroy McKay Miles Miles Robert Walter Joseph james Alfred Myers N icklin Rinaldi Rollins Rutkowski John Rodney William David Joseph Silberman Smith Snead Thompson WaUace john Donald Harrison Werry Wilcox Williams O7 Duane Montgomery Robert Shearer Walter Weisiger SEVENTH GRADE Edward Thomas Andrew Gene William james Burns Byrd Campbell Christian Dennis Facciolo John John Stephen William James jeffrey Fox Grothaus jepko McConnell McEntee Mayfield Richard Leslie Ian Ridilla Ross Wise D 98 Wlxzii do you menu that NV2lSllyl El blank? Take your foul oil the rope! OLDQ ah this necessary? Xfwur HHlHC,SiY ID l H UHS,lQH1HQ Furub Hn11uau,xvhatu neck you have .. , ll Y XNW1ut:lu XKHIIINYUL dm I have A hunch? --K 5 W -f ,Ny A - X an K , - n in KM 'N 'k,' mw'v,i - N I , . his t M Q " 2 'W 'L Q1 lf xxx' ,T -V I x vu K- 1 5 A X K x N E A 2 i f x f - 1 1 1 Mx, 5 1 bixilx ,A ga. 'Gig Y E f , Q s 5, Michael W. Daly Clllfff llajnr Ifxcc11tix'c UI-fivcl' THE BATTLE J. Lewis Sapp Carlvf l,TL'IlI'l'1lUlIf 611101161 Hzittlc ilroup K'omm:mdcr GROUP STAFF Ramiro J. Troconiz Cadvf ,llajnr Arljutzmt Richard T. Marsh Cmfvl ,llzzjnr S-2 Julio A. Viengoechea CIIKIIUIL .llajnr Q 3 ,H john A. Messer, III C'au'vl .llajnr 5-4 Frederick C. Zeuch Cadet First l.icutc'r1a11t Executive Officer Raul J. Segovia Cadet Second Licutcrlarzt Platoon Leader Robert J. Brow Cadet First Lieutenant Plzltooii Lczuler R. Warren Crews Cadet First Sfrgearlt Frederic H. Schafer Cadet Captain Compzuly Commzmder COMPANY Master Sergeants: llrzulley lletllel -lulin Miles Sergeants First Class: .'XI'lllllI' llrewery Ralph tirzint Sergeants: Kirk lirmvn Lewis llllllll Robert Hernmn Rulmerl Nl:1cPl1ersm1 tiemmrge Merritt -liilin Owens l.:1rry lqll.Sl'll Corporals: llrnee llnlint Stelfen llrmril Tyler Cznnplmell lC1lg'z11'ilu llinz Joseph l:0lllH.llZl. liflwarcl lf.flCll2llAl Dennis jones Ranol Lelllat Erlwin lllarrion Carl Moller Klicliael Nairnc lNillizun Ourancl lillwzml Pezzeuclc Nlzlrtin Sarner Peter Sweeting Chris Tsnealzns Robert XYnml Privates: Rzilpli Agesen jetlery Akner llaviml Anderson Nielmlas Arsliink Bruce lluelitel Tyler Higgs Slnntmi liunkatz Master Sergeant Charles O. Graham ull' llmmus lll2lIlCll2ll'tl Tafiiral Offiwr lYilliam lloyd james lglll-lllZll'OXYSlil Charles Hnrns Clayton llurns james Butler jeffrey Cullen llunton Crane Clarcncc llicncs lXllCll2ll'l llnetting .lllllll Dunn Clifton llnnnegzui Anizulee French tiurmlon GCC VX'illizun limwlmi Rulmert l-lartenstein Harvic Henry Harry llulvey Phillip Kolezi Nickulas Kriska Rwlwert l.icleen Rulmert lXlum'C Stanley Xlnlcuek llill T. 'Q' Nules Stanley Nuvzu' jzunes O'ISrien tieurge l'urlaer llavifl Unnwlnnnliu Iznnes Pennev l karl I liillipps Qfll1ll'lCS Pierpu -lusepll Pislsnn t.er'lrfl Sznn l'u I l,lIl1lt'lIllll lllll' hlulin lyne :Xnilre Re I.:1rry Reynulils Newton lqlflll :Client tl tl .mln Rnlmiu .Izunes Russell l1k'l" Pzxseu Sr: lllezlt Hwwzlrsl Sllentf llzxvicl SllUXYlik'l lwm'ge S l,z1rrx' XX l tant reeling ll il S. Hearn Armstrong Cadet First fieuttenant Executive Officer Stephen E. Zagter Cadet First Lientenant Platoon Leader Gregory A. DesCamp Cadet First Lieutenant Platoon Leader Roger L. Owens Cadet First Sergeant Maurice H. Davidson Cadet Captain COIHPEIII-Y Colnlnzmder COMPANY Sergeants First Class: Ynrkt' linlmwts Xtillizmt Sllyluck Sergeants: Irving l ,t'l1llll'1'Sl Ilztrry ftl'1Iltt'I'l l7IlI'l'l'H lllllllllllllxj' Ruuxxltl Klint! XY:1lkt'r Xlitcllcll Xxvilliillll Xlumllwnk ltlll'l'l'X Ilztrltvm' I',I'lIl'5l l'lIm't' XX. Nzlyxmltl Xxvillilllllx Corporals: .Xrcltiltztltl .Xrgyris .lttsvplt liimht-I XXilli:un ltrtwt' lfznrl llzlsst-1 if 6490? '30 Captain Albert J. Stacy 'l'ut'lit'al Uffitw' Kcnlwtll II'Yl'll l':ml lfilcrs Rifllztlwl l,Ul'HlI1lL'k' Michzu-I Muyt-rs lit-fry I"ilzp:1t1'ick Louis l'1'ttt'I'itt ,Iulm Nt-itzcy Slllllfl I"m'sytIl XYiHi:t1ll Nt-tltlicks l'cl0t' l1Cl'l'j' .Xlluvrl llzlllutitilll Ilzmtltl Ri11t'llIllt'j't'I' ,Mlm Ricketts Xxvilliillll licrmzm l,il'1'l't' Rufin I'1I'2lllt'iS Rctsfsini ,lwsvplt l,lult't11Imit'wski llztrultl St'IlK'ill llmygml SIN-1-mgm blxuucs Kira-vu ,IHSCIFII Scltlcu SIIIIIIIQI' Stgwx'gl1'1-fXIg1g1-Q NtL'lI:ll'1I 4tl'1lS5l'Hllkll'l- Xxvilis Sttllpsull Xtilliglm Slum- Kt'IlI1L'iII lI:111t'4wl4 fltxtrlt-s Smith Nulmcrt Stllllwlzlltrl IU' Hilkb' XYmi5U" SI"'iP1?1S R4,l,t-1-1 XXIWL-ling l':LlXYill lltmlmwtttzm Rtxlwrl Stirling ,lulm Ilmmsko lluwzttwl SIUIIUI' . . lit-11110111 Lu' ,INllk'1llllll'l' SIVLIIIUI Privates' Rulswt Irvs HCII-iillllill X':t11tIt-1'w-.wt Nm-,m,m1 AM-llcgun Tlttmtzts Little Nfivlluul XYill'lllxt'Il IUIQH 'Uh-1, '1'1H,mI,kim Ilclwcy NIIICIIUII Mik'll1lk'l XXX-stlcy Riclml-l1Q'H1,1k. blttlm Xlcltttirc Xxvillilllll XYlli1t'lll"ltl lmmts Quin Stcpltutt Mutulclsulnt -lttscph XYilli:tl1mt11 blllllll Cltltlwcll lhmztltl Klilh-1' Furl xYilllll'Iwk'ltI Micltzu-l Unllslutt titlttmt- Xlillcr xxvilltillll XYUIII' U I Iwuultl llclitwltic XYilli:tm lt-t-It I.im1t-I Ymv 5 Donald H. Inskip Cadet l"i1fx1' f.iCZtfL'l7C111f Executive Officer W. Wayt Gibbs, V Carlo! Svcmfza' 1-iCHft'l'Il1l'lff Plz1tom1 Leader Edward L. Plummer, Jr Cadct Second I,ivutc'na11i Platoml Lezuler David E. Feagans Cadet lfirxt Scrgf'a11f 'K mpg-, Q Jjvqi :fx Ny if .nm : Jul I N Q o X , J X . s. X x 'ifxtx X JVM If ,X V 3 , , Q . . 5 1 1 Thomas W. Stephens Cadvf Captain Cmupzuly Commzmclcr COMPANY Sergeants First Class: 1.1-11r1g1' l'z11rI:1111I1 bltbllu Rollins Sergeants: lD1n1:1l1l l1l1111i4 I11l111 L4il1Il1Di3l'ii 51111111 111111111111 XYiIli:1111 l':1l1111'1' .'Xr1l111r S1'l1z111p1-t1-1' XYilli:1111 SI1'1111111s R11'l1z11'rl 5l2l1IllL'il L'l1:11'l1's Yulzwlq Corporals: .Xl:111 ,'X1ll1'111:111 l.:1111'1'111'1' llzisscil .iR'Iii,I'L'j' Il1'1'111z111 Xxiilylll' iil't'II!lL'l' ,l:1111cs Lmnlns Sergeant First Class Kendal E. Craig is TlIt'fit'll!fp-f'fft'1'I' 3 Q A W L iil'll!'j' Hviglll X'X'ilI1:1111 Hush Kvitll XIz11'ti11 IE1'111'1' ii1-1'czugl1 -lulm Lillii-!'l'j' iXli1'l141cl Nlutlzvxxs Llztrk iXi21sf111 Rfvllilili L4USi1'lliillll fX11tl1u11y Nl:1x'1':111l4111is I7111111I1i Klz1clJm1z1l4l iJ2lYifiSlHl Dztlzicl Russcll Mi1'I1:11'ls1'11 Xxliilillll Olson Harris lD:1ws1m VX':1ll111' Nl'ii1hll lic-I:111fiAUz:1w:1 XYilli:1111 l31'l"1'i1's ifrlwziwl ijliill I'1"'cl1-1'11' I'11sI1z1w Clmfll-5 lbigkpy lfluyfl C5511-.1111 R"iWVf ITUUVVY Rul11'1't Drmylc 'l'i111111z1s l'z1l1111'1' fills 5Cl11li111g lil-51511, lfplyit-5 I.11111i1' i,l'1'I'j' ',I"m'5W 5iil1f"' SiL'llill'll lflnziin Rtflwrt l'11t1'1'11Iz1 "'1Nf"'f' l1J"'fl'1Y 11..1111111 Iflrmfl 11111111111 1111-1111.11 wilful!! xx ebb l5u11z1l1l iiumlwiil Alulm R4ul11'1'ls1v11 Pr-Vatesz I1bu11gl:1s Hare' ,l11l111 R11s1'11Iwrg I H xl In 511-pI1c11 ii2ll'l'I5 Revlwrl Huy 1 .f 2 s - . 'pllfx It l , licrImc1't Hassm-ll IJ1111gl11s 51'I1111'11x1'1-111 x1111.1I1l .Xlmimv , ,. . . , , - lnsc-+11 Hmrls ll1u111z1s SIQIIIIIUI' 'ltlilll 1X11t1n111ll1 - I v ,, , Ixuuu MIS Af,N,1H,1,g liryzan ixci111'11s Il1m11:1s 541m:1l11' lgllwmil Iglwmmll 1.1-111'gc kcglcy -l2lllll'S l'l111l1'y I,1111 11115111 V i,2lllil'i l.u11g: Sl1'1x'a11't XX'il1-11sl1y IUI111 iilll"L'SS Rufziul I,m'1-11111 hlltilll XY:1g1slz1l'I' . is Anthony C. Korvas Cadet Firxl l.ivuz'U11a11l lixccutivc Officcl' julio E. Ossa Carlvf lfirxt Livulvnazzf Vliltflilll Luzider Joseph F. Peters, jr. Cade! .11 axial' Scrgcalzf lllllltlllll Ixzulcl' W. Duke Myers Cadet First Sergeant H. Edwin Davis Carlcf Cafvlain Cmllpzumy Qilillllllilllllfl' COMPANY Master Sergeant: BIUSUIJII l'm'tv1'Q Sergeants First Class: Sil'1YilL'Il .lcnkins iill1'I'j' Nzulzil Sergeants: Rvm' .'M'1'l4 Alulm llziggvmlmwli iisuiy lavilgyuzil' RmmiM'l'l Niillis llamii-I NVXYIHZIII Riflizirrl i,ill'su11 Rzilpli Stn-vviis Ralph Stifli Corporals: Russi-ll lllzmk Ilzmivl iilllllillgf Clark Czmiplwll llrmuzilcl L42lll1I!ilCii Ililwlcttv HOill1l'i iJ2llliL'i H 11111 llmizilnl llurmv 117 lii'11c'c' i'XI'l'It'iSill'lIlll'l' XX illlzim I.:ikc Ihmilglzis l'c:m- iiL'ClUl' 'iiUl'I't'N liurlgvi' 'lillriwyvilh AIHCIQSUII XX'iiti'r Privates: Sault JXIllil'l'XYS Sil'Yk'lI Ilmul Slilllikj' llrzuiflt ,Inlm iil'L'2ll1l XYziltc1' Britt Sergeant Ray E. Taber T11c'1'ivc1f fJffiL'L'I' Rwiiwrt iilll'iiilUilil'l' flziurlc fil'II1SOll limixzihm ftliillllbtiill .-Xmircw Cuiyvl' 'i1ilHl1l2lS Ibzivis Rmli-rick lizlsml Rivlmwt liiiglvs lirmnks ilcrzircli Sll1bXX'fil'Il limiter iifigfllf l.:ifi'c'1'1y XX liilillll l.:u1ilw1't iXi2lIlil'V i,ilXYTUll xxliillllll l.mx'i- XXfv2lii2lCl' l,y111zm Ric'li:i1'cl KICIIIIXIT iil't'Ili Nliixwcll ,lzum-s Mumm- SiL'ITilL'Il Nvwtml Xxiiiiiillll Oclcll iifllfl' l'zill11i-1' Rzilpli iiZll'iil'!' xxiiiiiillll RZIXYHIIQS XYilli:im liccxws i,2liit'l'SUIl Rugcrs lizwiml Rusvii Stvvvll Sfilillllliil llziviil S1-hlitf 'Inliu Schultz hfusvpli SCilXVIll'lZ Dmlglzis Sl'I'LLl'JlIIi llziymwr Sli-Illini-w lvrrv Smiilwi' Alzum-s Snyilcr Stcplimi Spiigvl Alziulcs Sliwrcy lzilwm Izillzilvrm 501111 'lliylmai' Xxviiiilllll l'l1vi'l'z:1gl 'iiilUlllIlS XY:igga-lilvz ml Juan R. Bernal Cadet First Lientenant Executive Officer Robert E. Lee Cadet Master Sergeant Platoon Leader Karl K. Rosazza Cadet First Lieutenant Fred H. Meyer, III Platoon Leader Cadet Captain Company Commandel Frank C. Lepore Cadet First Sergeant COMPANY Sergeants First Class: llryzm Hiirney Rulmert Smillx Sergeants: NNI-sley Cuiistalxle Klielmel lluke Riclmril l,i1elc:1 liurilim l'l1illips Rimlmerl Rzlmlall liielixml Rini Riuy Russell Cllilllll' Sulmic Corporals: Illieliziel Ilan' Rulmert lllllSXY21llf.ICl' Philip Bliss james llreimcr XVilli1m1 lluriliek Pasquale Calilmviiio jose Colon Daniel fitlfllliill Michael limiter Emile Lereli Humlwertu Pacifica liclgzn' Priee Robert Real iiiiillermo Szmlziellzl l,2iNYl'CllCC Steele Privates: XYillizm1 AlCX2lllllCl' Tlmmas Allgeletti Robert lloswell VVay11c Browne Captain Ralph S. Dover Tarfical CJj2'iu'r :Xlzm Camplwell jiiliu Qllllllllllilll Neal Climisky XYe11clell Collin Ricliarcl Cumlrlie Rulmerl Cuilclie lvzm lle lzl Cruz Rielizml lililer julm Nlelimiegnl -live llllfllllllll Xxvllllillll lllirzmilzi llimzilil Xlilleimelq Allxul cll'l'lSUll Rwgei' Pierce Kliellel l":llllll2llllll'l Yietui' Ruse Nicllol l:I'2i.Cl'i0ll0ll ,lwlm Rullis liuifln lfrqwgi l?l'01lL'l'lCli Sllllull John Guy lilizarles 'l':1ylm' liflwarcl llzxys Klein-ge Yiziiill lfllllkiflllb l'l0l'll2lll1l0Z Rielmrsl XX'zule Allreflo l1'izzu'ry Clmrles XYilkiiisin1 Rulmert Jacobs Rimlwerl X'X'ill4s Russ justice 'llimnzis X'X'ilsui1 joseph l.iYecCl1i ,lulin Yezlkley liiimtliv Nlelizmu Kinillermii Nuvellzu Constancio T. Castaneda, Jr. Cadet First Lieutenant Platoon Leader Charles R. Wills Cadet First Lieutenant Platoon Leader S. james Adkins, Jr. Cadet First Sergeant Oscar Boetticher, III Cadet Master Sergeant john A. Grybko Cadet Captain Company Commander JUNIOR COMPANY SCHOOL Sergeantsl First Class: lxuhvfl lnslmp .-Xlfrwl Rutkuwski Sergeants: l,L'lllliS Hlll'kllUl1Ik'lA Iizmrry Hogan l.1lXYI'l'IlCt' l.n-vy tim-m'gv I,ipuw -lm-I'frcy Nlnyfiolml Rmmlwrt Klyvrs ,lxum-s Rwllius Rulwrt SIICIIITI' Corporals: Xxuillilllll liislmp Xxviuilllll Ih-nuis Hans Grcscr X'N'z1ltc'1' Nicklin julm Sill5Cl'lll2lll XY1lli:1m Suczul jusm-p11 XYall:1cc XVz1lto1' XYci:4igcr ,Iulm XY01'1'y H2ll'lAiSiil1 Vvillilllllti Privates: Pctcl' AIJiiTllllCSS Rulwrt Ailcs .lulm llzmvillc llilliu liiui liclxx':u'rl Burns 'IWIIUINZIS Byrd .'XllilI'k'XV CZUIIIJIJCH A1-tlmr Carey l.um's l,Cl1llk'l' Clcuc Qill!'iSti1lll DRQIXIIIUIIII l.i1lIv 1'c1'1'yVC0l1c11 Dux'i4l Lufcy IM-ni Cl'llI1lI70Ck0l' Vvillilllll Xlk'f.llIllIl'H NIHIICUVC Ullllfiill CIl21l'll'S Iffillglxl' hlzuncs Fzlcciolo Rulscrt lfickc Julmu lfux Rmmlfl c2Ul1HJlxl'L1' llzirry llrmlill ,lwlm 1211111111115 .IUSCIFII Hzmskclt Xxvilliiilll Hczmm Sll'Illll'll jcpku XYilliz1m Kaya' tlury Krause Klfcllacl l.2lllll0l' Lum M1 HL'lll'1lll'l Nlclzlmy I' mlwzml Nlnlcs lQ1n'l1:u'4l Nlllvs 's xICl':1l1k'l' 4CllIlK'l IXICKM' Iylllllll' IXIm1tgw11lu1'v Rwllzllwl llulxllzl lusvplu Rm:1I4l1 l.a-slw Russ Rmlnvy Smith llzlvul Ilnmnps U11 llulmlrl XYilrwx lam XWSO John H. Maurer Cadet First Lieutenant Platoon Leader Daniel C. Caudy Cadet First Lieutenant Platoon Leader Albert J. Schmandt Cadet First Sergeant Edward H. Morse, Jr Cadet Captain Company Commander BAND Sergeants First Class: Paul ilmggvr Hzuwhl Svllwzirtx Sergeants: llzwizl LQHIICII l':xlrick Cmlnts Tilelcn CUHIIIS Ilzwiml C111l1ming fXIirh:1ul Ilumzul Xxvilliillll KUUIICC -lusvlmll KIL'KiIl,ll'Il XY2ll'l'k'I1 Smith l'it'lll'j' XYulkc1' L Sergeant Walter M. McCracken Tnvfiml fptfiffl' 5 Corporals: Nlurrzmy Ci2ll'llliCllZlt'I I'fr-my IQHSIIIIZHIII AML,jmNll.U Ammlu Riiyllltlllil Davis VIik'1k'l' SllX'2lI4l' Ridmlwl 1321115 Mcm'gL' lluuglzis lllcmlun' Srllrml IXIACY Hoyle 1111111 l'i111l'02l xxvilliillll SCIIXYHIIX Linh! Rugvr jaflfscmu john Cirzlllzml Slzmlvy Sk1'ilu1T Belly Ncllavork .Iulm Guy l.z11'1'y 5011510111 Lf1'111kI P1111l'1'S0l1 XYilli:1m Hcckstull -lzum-s Txlllml Iylhf RQ'ufII'l5 Cll2ll'lCS Hvruld LqllZll'll'S Tzlylul' 1101114111111 1-11111 Rwy How:11'cl lXIclx'i11 rlilltilllllr IQiCIl1lI'il Kgllg' llk'lk'l' 'lgllnmllllmsull Privates: I.Zl1'l'y Krvilzcr RUg.1'k'l4 XYAAH' Gull. Admns Xxvilliillll XIcKiu11gl1 ll:mfhl XYz11'1'4-11 Xyillium lim-1-iqkluw Craig NIZHIFCI' f1lllll'lL'S xxvllifl' Dzwifl llciallc Cllzirlcs Nzmcc Rwlwrt XYilkw William W. Rucker Cazivf First ,S'm'gCa11f Richard T. Doty Cazfvt H fllA'1'C1' .S'crgvanf Orclnzmcc Thomas H. Kilby Cazfvz' iwaxfcr Scrgvafzi Richard M' Hershoril Colm' Guard P. Dwight Pavlovsky Cadet Scrgfani First Class Operations 'arfvt Svcmld l.i4'llfUlIfll LQUIUIJZIIIY Commzimlcr DETACHMENT Sergeant First Class Lee J. Sweat ORDNANCE Master Sergeant Richard lboty Sergeant First Class Stephen Gunn LR mrporal Iames l 'eter Y I I rivate Roger l.ieli Private llaroltl liennetly COLOR GUARD Master Sergeant Thomas Sergeant Robert jackson Sergeant Rohert Corbett Private Daniel Ritter Kilby MEDICS Sergeant Francisco .-Xrango Corporal Xxvllllillll llell Corporal lfclwarcl tiotter Private 'l'rowliritlge Montagt Private 'Ianies Moss IC -S -3"i-erin X ,Nw 1,1 A N x af GOVERNMENT The AL'2lflClllj', its Corps of Cadets, :md its This inspection clctcrxnincs thc rctcnlion of military progrzml are inspectccl zumuzilly by thc school's junior R.O.T.C. "Honor thc llcpzmrtment of the Army. School" rating. Looking him over llumility And the floods came .... A'l'll but hc has a dirty bore Y" 122 INSPECTION lit' :T - ""W"u-sz -Pr' X s -P31 P' N M r Ev-N X EW? A ' Q-VE 'iv-sd 3'-NRL' V Fw E 'Anangu pw A 1 likrnffunn Kwik! www, QQ Spring house cleaning South prepares In the cyc of the hurriczmc thcrc is cmuplctc calm 123 Potpourri North prepares ag, 1? DRILL Stack... l.cft...lQight...l.cft.... Arms! Mmm- mm line Ruud guzmls post! .... 14? . . . .Z8! 124 SUNDAY PARADE A Q ' :x.:,.t1'rg.: x Le, -X s K 1 55? M: ' -' w . j fwfr . i 4 1 igx ,:, Kg - -. . . .K .- Iwuwds .4 . - The stzlfl' goes 1nz1rcl1i11g ls11't it hard to turn thu by Corncrf Thou thcrc is the Corps on line color guard A'Oixl.ik'L'I'S from :md ccutcr" UUZIIIQIA-'slbllllll ofi' Y" XX! loss morc purzulcs on corncr 1"7I INSPECTION Davis inspects Sgt. Tabor and zi menu inspection Xml Sapp inspects too It happens i hzul more every Friday. sticks than you clicl. Beware of the The Iron Duke brass, 1 '7lX GUARD DUTY ,www 1-"""""' 'www V 'wtf 4-1M"W .Q f-Q-..,,,,-M gnK RL-zldy :md waiting "XX'h:1t is thc third gcncrul order?" Looking them over Protecting thc "The old order fortress. chzmgcth .... " 177 t,,,,,'-NNN MILITARY SCIENCE CLASSES IICIIIOIISIIYIIIUII squad full thc may to MS class Squad battle drill Capt. Dover Kilby and Drewry 100 HOWIE RIFLES X Pf ,, is ii Members Alan Adelman Hearn Armstrong John Bell Juan Bernal Bradley Bethel Russell Blank Robert Brow Constancio Castaneda Howard Coyer Warren Crews Robert Cuddie Maurice Davidson Edwin Davis Gregory DesCamp Chauncey Drewry Wayt Gibbs Donald Goodwill Harry Grubert john Grybko John Hagedorn Richard Hershorin Bryan Horney Donald lnskip Anthony Korvas Robert Lee Raoul LeMat Frank Lepore Richard Lucka Fred Meyer Duke Myers Allan Orrison Julio Ossa David Feagans The Howie Rifles is a crack military drill unit founded in memory of Major Thomas Dry Howie, former SMA instructor, who, because of his heroism in a major battle of VVorld Xllar ll, is remembered as the "Major of Saint Lo." Roger Owens William Palmer Dwight Pavlovsky Peter Perry James Peter joseph Peters Robert Randall Yorke Roberts John Rollins Karl Rosazza NVilliam Rucker Pierre Rufin Raul Segovia VVilliam Shylock Casmir Sobie Thomas Stephens Ralph Stich Peter Sweeting Raynald VVilll2HllS Stephen Zager William Zaun Frederick Zeuch Honorary Members Daniel Caudy David Cohen Robert Corbett Patrick Counts Richard Doty Stephen Gunn Thomas Kilby john Maurer Edward Morse Craig Patterson Henry NValker COMMANDER Cadet Lieutenant Colonel j. Lewis Sapp DRILL MASTERS Cadet Major Michael Daly Cadet Major Ramiro Troconiz Cadet Major Richard Marsh Cadet Major julio Vengoechea Cadet Major john Messer TACTICAL OFFICER Captain Donald M. Laffoon 129 Www 1-""lI"K I J J r, r I W' J inf W, "' 11 I' 3, 3, .Of JC f T 'ui N.- -If 'J "g.'Q2T'... I I Ae! - lasik .f an f11wIIIuuIunmmrnum "M ' ' .:-Immun:Mrllvlwllw' , JL-m",..'wlwllmmmnsn1unu, n ' wsu, mamu.-nm .1....--4I, X r. 5 1uluwm'w."iwwmmmM'v:gfMMT4 fum' if-W.. .u'ufu1H41f 1m1"v --:wr pm- IU ':I"e'gE .,.- , .,--...-.. my QA M g.?!nx !'f , .XmmMmullllu- 5, - " .:,F.,, ,fp S . 1-Ear EEN ,g54-! '5. . ' ,L W 3522 L VWOJOIU 1 , Na' . QM rw k 7 -, ESQ r 1 ,:'!' LW' I , 'fn agyeifgiff R67 q ' " 4-A ' EQQQQQ!!lsfEii g" ' ?a1. N. Y, V rv i FOOTBALL 1958 Head Coach McCue Coach Pandak Coach johnson Coach Wheeling Coach Cox Coach Neal SQUAD jersey Jersey Nos. Name Pos. Nos. Name Pos. 10 Mike 1X'cstlcy .. ...... ll X1 1.1-11 llzzky .. ..,... IC ll Clmrlic llurns . . .. . ll S2 l,11l'l'j' 11215011 . . . . . li 40 l':1t Counts ..... . , . ll 83 5:1111 lwtlllfl' . . . . . . li 12 811111111011 lluntcr . . . . . ll 84 flilylllll llurns . . . .li Zl Tim Clrnunts ..... . ..l1 S3 llill Noles ,... ...lf 21 XX'z1lte1' Nelson . . . . . ll 70 john l'ync ...... .. .T 22 Gary l'kllflCl'SOll . . . . . ll 71 Kenton l3:11'nctt . . . . .T 24 Stuart SZITTCI' . . . . . . ll 72 l'low:11'cl Slwnton . . . . .T 30 Gus ljllllllklgllll . . . , . ll 74 lirl ljlllllll1lCl' .... . . fl' 41 5:1111 Cznnp ...... . . . ll 75 l,:11'1'y VN'l1eel111g' .. . . . .T 42 XYlllk'C IDL-lQucl1ic . . . . . .li 50 Stan Novzlck .. .. . . .L' 61 7110111 81111111 ....1 ...ll 51 Macy Hoyle .... ...C 31 Nick Arsl1i11kotl' .. . ...ll 52 Nick Kriskzl .. ...C 32 1Xll:111 Mintcr .... . . . ll 60 1'z1ul lfilers .... .. .G 20 hlohn C21'z1h:1111 ...... . , . li 62 tins A1'111st1'o11g' , . .. .lil V10 Kelly Klcfiavocli . . . . . lf 63 .lim 1'Xtl:1n1s .... . . .11 S0 ,lolm llllllll .,.. . . .lf 615 llzlrry llulvcy . . . .ll Lvfl lu FI-flflf, Junk r'n'zu.' Vick llxlwson, lll1ill2lg1'l'l', ter, JkllflCl'SIIll, li111'11s, fl., llount, l'., XYestley, Huky, 11111011 lyilllllllli, 140:11-11 Cox, Qlillifll Neal, c1flllClI f'UlllllS, T., 511211111 .N'1'1'm'1r1 ruin' XX'l1l't'llI1g, ljllllll- XX-1ll'L'llllg', lAr1:1cl1 'lO1lllSUll, ClJZlCll xlCc.lll'. ,'lt7ZlI'flI mer, liarnclt, Slll'll1Ull, linrns, Ch., l'lll1llCl', Dc- 1'1r:v.' Neynolfls, SlillCl', Yolxxck, Nelson, lgI1l'IA, lllllllll, R11cl11e, llotter, Nolcs, llunn, 141111111 l'11'l'Xf rn-:t'.' H111- XY:1gst:1tl', llntlcr, S:1tTt'1', Nlcflztxock, l,1I1gl'lllZlll. wy, l'ync, liriskzt, Novztck, Hoyle, Aclzuns, l'f1lc1's, 7lllll.I'd r1rz1'.' l,llllllCQ1lll, llI'2lll2lIll, .X1'sl1inkoFt, Nlin- .'Xl'lllSlI'IJ1lg', Milos, Rzmsch. ,ll11.vmf, "Kasey" Mcllllc. - - ' " - YH: " SMA-2 William and Mary JV 6 The Staunton varsity football team dropped its opener in a hud fought game with the XY. K M. .lY's. The llilltoppers played a hn defensive game lint were unable to stop the fine running of XY. X M. lwaeks. SMA hacks Camp and .-Xrshinlcotl' were outstanc in f. l.inemen Noles and l'Vne also mlaved a line frame - . 25 SMA-34 The Hilltoppers roared l'l.MA. 'Tigers on home behind the line passing Anderson. llargrave xx Hargrave Military Academy 6 to their first season win lay romping the ground. The SM.-X squad ran up the seoie of Westley and the running of llaky .nc 'as unable to cross the goal until the iii minute of the game. The extra point try was blocked and the game was history. DeRuchie and Minter were standouts. Xlestley skirts around end for another liig ga in Westley DeRuchie Graham Haky SMA-34 VMI Jv'S-zo The Hilltoppers, led by the excellent baekfield running and passing of XVestley and Anderson, rolled over the VMI squad before a crowd of 1,000 in XVaynesboro, Virginia. SMA had a comfortable lead at the half of 20-0 and played an excellent defensive second half to thwart the attempts of the VMI men. Standouts were Haky, Dun- negan, DeRuchie, and Arshinkoil. SMA-37 Greenbrier-7 SMA rolled over the Fighting Cadets of Greenbrier in their third consecutive win of the season. The passing combination of XVestley and Haky was to much for the G.M.S. squad. SMA. led at the half 19-7 and Greenbrier was unable to move from then on. Anderson, Counts, and Graham also enabled the Hilltoppers to win the G.M.S. homecoming game. Pat Counts throws a long one Minter Counts, P. Arshinkoff Camp SMA-47 Massanutten-8 S.M.A. whipped Massanutten in one of the roughest games in the history of the two schools. The game was marred by a great num- ber of fumbles, injuries, and penalties. The Massanutten squad was unable to hold SMA. throughout the entire contest. SMA. stand- outs were Dunn, Haky, and Camp. SMA-16 Furman Frosh-20 The Hilltoppers lost their second game of the season to the Furman Freshmen in Greenville, South Carolina. The Staunton men fumbled on the first play of the game and had to dig in to stop the Furman onslaught. S.M.A. made their only two touchdowns of the day in the final five minutes of the game. Haky, Counts, Anderson, and Camp were standouts for the Hilltoppers. Noles cheeks defense Dunnegan An-derson N oles Rasch KY X' , 2122535 Mffx Eilers ff, YA l I C 3 f Burns leads backfleld into action SMA-42 Columbian Prep-14 The Hilltoppers crushed the Columbian Prep squad. SMA ran circles around the prepsters and changed strategy to a ground game instead of the usual passing attack. Minter played an excellent game. Other standouts were VVestley, Counts, and Arshinkoff. Barnett Burns, C1. Plummer Novack Hilltoppers on the move SMA-22 FUMA-14 A capacity crowd seemed to be content to see a tie between SMA and FUMA, but the SMA squad was not. NVith less than a minute left in the game and the score tied at 14-14 Kriska intercepted a FUMA pass on the SMA 43 and set the Hilltoppers up for the win- ning touchdown. SMA had led at the half 14-0 and the FUMA Blue Devils had tied the tired SMA squad by the fourth quarter. SMA went on to Win the game and therefore win the Virginia Big Four Military League championship. The entire team played a fine game and deserve great praise for a fine season. J. V. FOOTBALL COACHES Captain Thomas Johnson, Lieutenant Joseph XVheeling SEASON RECORD SQUAD ROSTER SMA-6 Adams, G. Mundhenk, W Valley High Armstrong, Lovaton, R. Balint, B. Nelson, W. SMA'-14 Barr, M. Perry, L. Massanutten Military Academy JV- Bunting, D Plageman, G Clemson, C. Poovey, R. SMA-21 Combis, Reynolds, L. Greenbrier Military School JV-0 Davis, T. Richard, N. Gold, D. Saffer, S. SMA-20 Gunter, M. Shrock, T. Miller School Hunt, D. Shylock, W. jackson, R. L. Slater, T. SMAHI4 Lucka, R. Slemmons, W FUMA JV . . . . . . Maurer, 1. Staunton, R. Meyer, F. Viault, G. SMA-55 Miles, J. voiack, C. Fishburne . . . . . . Moore, R. Wagstaff, Cadet Manager---Gorman, D. 110 H! '1 l' K 3 H4 Miles Perry Saffer VARSITY BASKETBALL Gary .Niiclersoii Charles Burns Clzlytcm llurim Paul Caldwell l'z1triclc Counts 'luhn Clruhzim Leu llziky .lohn Hunmslco Craig Maurer Kelly Mcfiavock Bill Nules blue Visume Sam Putter Lrml rn-iv: Concll Vzmclzxk, Nwles, MCGavorlc, Puller, Nl2lllI'CI'. Ylzird rim? Hziky, liuriis, Cl., Burns, Ch., llomfelikrs. Ymwud mnv:fhuMnn,lWMouq Andmwom liirx! wiv: Counts, Czilclwell. .l1L17ll1yA'l'S SQUAD Number 24 32 20 10 39 22 12 34 40 44 54 14 45 Cadet Manager? l'iI'LlCl'ilClOI1. ROSTER Height Home Town 6'l Shelbyville, lll. 6'l Xxvililifbllliiffi, N. C. ffl XYZlClCSlJlJl'H, N. C. 5'lO Bristol, Tenn. 5'lO XYz1ch11lz1, Fluriclil 5'lO Cleveluiicl, N. C. 6'2 Yzlteslmuru, llClll12l. 6' XYill4es Barre, l'ei 63 .'Xllentown, l'enn:1 65 Stziummi, Ya. 6'-l Oxfwrcl, Mich. 6' l'zLtersun, N. ul. 6' l.ym'l1, lienulcky Nick Frzickletfm 140 IH Anderson Burns, Ch. Haky Caldwell Noles Pistone Burns, C1. Graham Horoshko Maurer S M A ...... SMA SMA SMA SMA SMA SMA SMA SMA SMA SMA SMA S M A ...... S M A S M A SM A S M A SMA S M A ...... 63 74 74 Sv 62 X7 ......lU2 7 S 68 62 X9 7 4 7 3 91 67 "'w f .7 7 'J 97 78 SEASON RECORD Won 14 Lost 8 llilliani ancl Mary -IX' St, Paul lligh School YM! IX' .....,....... XYillian1 anml Mary ,IY .... VMI ,IY ................... Hargrave Military Acaclcniy .. liishhurnc Military Acaclcinv .... .... University of llichinoncl -IX' . . llargrave Military Academy ..... .... Fork Union Military Acacleiny llixic llottlc has .............. .... 8 O 62 Greenbrier Military Acarlciny St. llaul High School ....,... VN'illiani and Mary JY .......... .... Fork Union Military Acarleniy University of llichnioncl EIN" .... .... Uiiivt-i'sity of Virginia .IY .... Fishlmurne Military Acarlciny cil'L'L'l1lJl'1CI' Military Acafluiny EASTERN PREPARATORY SCHOOL INVITATIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT SMA ...... US Augusta Military Acaclcniy . ,. SMA ...... S5 Grccnhricr Military Acailciny SMA ...... H13 Massanuttcn Military Acacle INV Staunton Military Academy Won the Virginia All-Military League championship, and placed third in the Eastern Preparatory School Tournament. Captain William M. Pandak Coach Anderson starts another drive Pistone hits for two 14 2 J. V. BASKETBALL Bark row left to right: Coach Cox, Grogger, Davis, O'Brien, Manager Herczogli Second raw: hlosetti, Plageman, Pushaw, Baris, Bookatz. Third row: Mavrontonis, Grove V1 xult M3Cl-3Ug'lllll1. Fourth row: Price, Gunter, Barr. Front row: Meyer, Roszmann. Coach Cadet Manager William Cox Bruce Herczogh SQUAD ROSTER SEASON RECORD Baris, R, Won 10 Lost 2 S- SMA Churchville ..... . Davis, R. SMA Greenbrier . gfgijgefwfj- SMA Fishburne .. Guntei-y M. SMA Roy's Home . . ,1UI75Ei3u,lmin P SMA ...... Fork Union M3VrOntimSy'T,' SMA Miner School .. Meyer, F. SMA ...... Greenbrier . 2132121211 -B SMA Chufehvnie . px-iCe,fg.1X i SMA Boy's Home . . ggsljaw, F- SMA Fishburne . . SMA Fork Union .... Viault, G. SMA Miller School .. 143 SWIMMING TEAM lfzlfle rim' frmn lvft In riglzf: Mgr. Sutherland, Taylor, liinswzmger, Daviclge, Torres, Luvkzl, Pierce, Major Dodge. ,S'1'm11r1 l'UTx'.' jaeksfm, Sweetiiig, limmzmuel, Marion, Steele, l'almer, liruwu, lfirxvt rmv: Bethel, Miller, lilzmk, Grylvko, Davidson, Zag-ar, Smith. COACH Major Dodge SQUAD ROSTER SEASON RECORD llziviclsmi. M., Co-Cafvfain SMA Y.M.l. NIY ......... Gryblw. J., C0'Cf'f'ff1f'1i SMA X'.M.l. Jv ........ .. llethel, ll. lhiiswznlgor, R SMA liiclimcmcl Y.M.C.A. . Bishop' R. SMA l'.U.M.A. ...... .. mzmk, 13' SMA Fishburne . . . lll'UVVll, S. SMA L'.N.C -IX' .... .. l7?lVlflH0- ll- SMA Lf Virginia JY .. lfmmzuuicl, M. Dlziclcsrni, ll. Marion, N. Miller, R. l':1lmer, XV. Pierce, ll. Smith, R. Steele, I.. SWL-cling, l". Taylor, S. 'l'm'rcs, H. Zzxger, S. Sutherlzmcl, R., ,ll SMA SMA SMA S M A ...... F.U.M.A. ,... lfishburue .. . ... . . U.N.C. -IV .......... llzmclulph Macon M.A Pk Dk Ik PF Pk PF Pk Dk DF Pk Dk Dk Pk PK Southern llllCl'SCl1OlElSl.lC Clmiiipioiiship Meet it Chapel llill, N, C. gr, SMA placed 6th with 24 points IXUIIINJII. Kfhlkll IMIQL in 1 '. 4'ylJliU lu lhcy go lillw, 1 " 5 Ilunlwn G1'ylJlUl,11IIlI lllzmlc 1,1-'J j' xx' V S .15 up :mil ilu-11 spluslmf UgXX'ilIllllL'l'S, lzkkc yulll' Illill'liN! -11' 122 C.....D BASEBALL Back row from left to right: Lt. King, Ritter, Rasch, Parson, Melosky Hannon Corbett Counts, Capt. Pandak. Front row: Therlot, Campbell, Twiggs, Saffer 'Vieyer Wmkoff Rossini, Sondej, Harmatuck. Coach: Lieutenant Julian King Assistant Coach: Captain William Pandak SQUAD ROSTER SEASON RECORD gilgggillkfr' SMA Massanutten Counts, P. - .Q Hannon, S' SMA Fishburne . Harmatuck, M. i Meyer, F. SMA Massanutten Parson, R. Rasch, L. SMA ...... U. Virginia Rossini, F. 535613 S- SMA Hargrave .. Schafer, F. Sondej, R. Therion R. SMA ...... F.U.M.A. . Twiggs, J. Winkoiif, A. K' .,. IIZlI'Il1ZltLlCk checks the field Czuupbcll svoops Z1 line drive Thcriot winds up Ficlnling lll'2lClik'C Ncycr bags mu' Mclosky hclwiml thc plzllc i .X .,., -' k as TRACK Hank row from left to right: Stauncli, Gorman, Argyris, Price, Clemson, Herczog, Grogger Steele, Hageclorn, Zeucli, Myers, Yolack, XN':1lker, Ginnie. .S'fi'0nd r'mm'.' Coach Mcfue Sliylock, Barr, Perez, Alexzmcler, Mier, Peter, Plummer, Smith, Leon, XX'ieclinger, Crews Voach Fields. First row: I'z1tton, Slemons, Herman, Perry, Tatlcrsall, Huffman, lluly, Riley Alxbe, Mundlleuk, Sicbert. COACH Lieutenzmt .julian King SQUAD ROSTER SEASON RECORD AND SCHEDULE SMA rr PUMA and Greenbrier Igllllljlc, SCOTCZ Cash, C. Daly, M. SMA vs Albeiuarle Ui'l'osto, Score: lfvzms, Il. Hcmmn' R' SNIA vs WlliJKlllCl'l'X' 'md Fishburnc I I 1- Z I i Y . I p, - FY I 4 A LQfE"'g'." U ' c"f""" wr-Q1 59 Us 1 X2 22 ifz lXllIllKll'lCllli, XX' Q lmimcr-Y A. SMA vs Ilz11'g'rzu'c llllllflll, I. score: 76 37 l'e1'cz, R. ljcfryv P- SMA vs lX'l1lSS2lllllllCll A' score: 59 lf2 53 UZ Tzitteisall, P. .N Q , -l Q Tucker' VV" C0-vanam SMA vs U. X rl. l'1C5l1IllCll score: 43 68 Tupper, M. NValflr0n, W. 148 W1 if if RIFLE TEAMYUSQV xi .Eff Hack row from left I0 right: MfSgt. Graham, Mgr. Chapman, Vengoechea, Moss, 17JClI13I'CS1, liason, Captain Dover. .Slnwzd row: Coshland, Lyman, Adams, Guy, Rosenberg. Fzrxt rzmi: llershorin, Troeoniz, Crews, l.'ierpoint. CAPTAIN MANAGER COACH Troconiz, R. Chapman, Captain Ralph S. Dover MEMBERS SEASON RECORD 7 W' - 7 L Adams, G. , .ms . Osses SMA 1842 Riverside M.A. ....... . Coshland, G. SMA 1354 VVashington Sz Lee DLV. . . SMA 1345 Fishburne ............ Qfewsf W- SMA 1824 Columbia M.A. ........ . Dgmgu-est, I' SMA 922 Christian llros. Acad. Q SMA 1336 VVashing'ton Sz Lee J.V. . ltflsfmw H- SMA 1337 Massanutten M.A. ..... . SMA 1332 Massanutten M.A. ..... . Guy' D' Fork Union M.A. llcrshorin, R. Lyman, XV. Moss, J. Vierpoint, C. Rosenberg, Vengoeehea, SMA SMA SMA ...... SMA SMA SMA ...... SMA SMA ...... 1339 1374 1361 1826 1360 931 1373 ine. AMA ............,... L GMS .... Fishburne Hargrave .............. Randolph Macon Acad. . Vklentworth ............ GMS ................ Kentucky M.l. . . . Fishburne ..... Culver M.A. ..... . 1779 1303 1349 1902 942 1286 1316 1322 1365 1401 1395 1365 1354 1395 1803 1401 .916 1364 inc. SPECIAL MATCHES Hearst Rifle Match-SMA 5th place out of 21 teams. 2nd Army lnterscholastie Rifle MatchfSMA 3rd place. Virginia All-State Rifle Match-SMA 5th place. GOLF llfirk row from Iffl In right: Stich, Peters, Major XNeiclinger, Duncan, Miller. Firxf row: Clizipmzm, jackson, Sherman, Morse, Henderson. SQUAD ROSTER Clmpmzin, G. llunczm, R. llcnclerson, F. ilzzckson, R. L. Miller, F. Morse, lf. Peters, vl. F. Sherman, H. Stich, R. COACH Major Charles Xlleidinger SMA vs ... SMA vs SMA vs ... SMA vs ... SMA vs ... SMA vs 151 1959 SCHEDULE ... U. Virginia . . ...... Lee High . .. Virginia lipiscopzil School , . . VVooflhury Forest . . . Valley High .... Lee High TENNIS From left to right: Fairlamb, Howard, Houser, Stanton, Painter, Gibbs, Bird, Uricoechea. Kneeling: Mgr. Mariani. COACH MANAGER Major Franklin Lander Mariani, SQUAD ROSTER 1959 SCHEDULE Bird, R. April 5 . . . Woodbury Forest Fairlamb, G. April 11 . . . ...... Fishburne Gibbs, W. April 12 .... . . . . . . Fork Union Houser April 17 .... ................. H argrave Painter, C. April 18 .... .... R andolph Macon Academy Sherman, H. April 19 . . . ............. Massanutten Stanton April 24 .... Woodbury Forest Uricoechea, G. April 26 .... ............ M assanutten May 3 .... Cambridge High School May 7 . . . ............ Fishburne May 9 .... .... H argrave May 10 . . . . . . Fork Union 152 CHEERLEADERS "Ace" Adams, Head Cheerleader Dwight Pavlovsky, Harold Schwartz. RAH, RAH, RAH, RAH, RAH RAH, RAH, RAH, RAH, RAH, RAH, RAH, RAH, RAH, RAH, TEAM, TEAM, TEAM. GO, TEAM, GO NVE WANT A TOUCHDOWN JUST LIKE THE OTHER ONE. TVVO, FOUR, SIX, EIGHT, WHO DO VVE APPRECIATE EVERYBODY FOR STAUNTON STAND UP AND HOLLER. HOLD THAT LTNE HOLD THAT LINE 153 ww ,M "2 Anthony C. Korvas Editor-in-Chief P. Dwight Pavlovsky Editorial Manager Chris J. Tsucalas I?usi11f'ss Manager SHRAPNEL STAFF seated: Korvas, Pavlovsky staiidirz. .' Lee Skriloff Le ore g y 9 P 1 Vengoechea, Marsh, Camp- bell, Castaneda, Stoner, Tsu- calas, Kilby, Berman, Ber- nal, Jackson, Messer THE Senior Editors . .. Classes Editor . Military Editor .... Activities Editor . . . Sports Editor .... Photography Editor Photograjvliers . Artists . . . Eiisirirss Jlaiiagor .. Sjvoiisor Editor .... Picture Sales Editor Adfziertisirig Manager Typist . . . 1959 SHRAPNEL .. Richard Marsh John Messer Julio V engoechea Constancio Castaneda .. Robert Lee . . . . Juan Bernal . . . Thomas Kilby . . . . Frank Lepore . . . . . Roy Russell Howard Stoner . . . Thomas Kilby James Gunn Stanley Skriloff . . . Chris Tsucalas Juan Bernal . . . Roger jackson . . . Jeffrey Berman Tyler Campbell .. . Gilbert Coshlancl 1 EDITORIAL STAFF .S1'41fwu': Kmwzu. l':1xlm aky. .S4l1111ffi11.ff.' L4z1sl:11u-4111, Mars lulmu' lcv Kllln' l'k'I'll'll , . . . - V Nlcsscr. BUSINESS STAFF .S1'f1!mf.' l:k'I'lll1lll. .lilk'IiSUIl, 'IE 1 .1l.u. .S'lu114li11l1f: fzmlllplncll. i X xg uf, .,.-4 .. -'QA-I mf,-W H I - SENIOR WRITE-UPS Xlcswl' Nlslrwh XQUIIQI IL'L'l1l'Ll PHOTOGRAPHERS l,u1 u vu' Slmlvl J. Lewis Sapp Editor-in-Chief julio Vengoechea Staff Director Duke Myers I in.vinc.s'.v .l I anager EDITORS Seated .' Sapp. Standing: Lepore, Marsh, My- ers, Hunting, Cohen, Ven- goechea. KABLEGRAM J. Lewis Sapp .. .. Editor-in-Chief Julio Ven oechea .. .. Sta Director 8 David Cohen ,. News Editor Richard Marsh . . . . Features Editor Daniel Bunting . . ........... Sports Editor Frank Lepore . . . . . . Photography and Art Editor Duke Myers ...... ....... B nsiness Manager Stuart A. Forsyth ......... Junior Editor NEWS Chauncy Drewryg Frederick Zeuchg Richard Staunch. FEATURES Juan Bernal 5 john Hagedorn 5 Daniel Caudy. SPORTS Williani Burdickg Leo Hakyg john Messerg Howard Shermang John Grybkog Maurice Davidsong Stephen Zager. TYPISTS Richard Hershoring Casimir Sobieg Robert Herniang Daniel Caudy. CIRCULATION Donald Inskipg William Koonce. ART Richard Hershoring Stanley Skriloff. KABLEGRAM STAFF THE MEN WHO MAIL OUT THE KABLEGRAMS n f"! M MAKING UP THE DUMMY l Julio A. Vengoechea Editor-in-Chief Juan R. Bernal Constancio Castaneda Assistant Editors john A. Messer, III Business Manager THE SCIMITAR Editor-in-Chicf .... julio A. X!Cllg0CL'hC21 Assistant Editors .. ............ Juan R. Bernal Constancio T. C2lStZiI1Cd2l Business tllalzagcr . .... John A. Mcsscr, HI Faculty Consultant .. Capt. Ronald VVZlI'bL1I't0l1 Illustrations . .. . . jzunes Gunn il. ,lilff 455355 SCIMITAR STAFF Us iQZSSUE'i,7v1'h'S 4LT Thomas Kilby QUILL AND SCROLL An International High School Society which Recognizes Superior Achievement in journalism. MEMBERS IN CORPS juan Bernal Daniel Bunting Frank Lepore Richard Marsh Constancio Castaneda John Messer David Cullen Thomas Kilby Anthony Korvas Robert Lee Duke Myers Lewis Sapp Dwight Pavlovsky julio Vengoeehea MEMBERS IN FACULTY Lieutenant Dennis G. Case Colonel VVillia1n K. Dove Miss Evelyn H. Earle Major Garland D. Haddock Lieutenant Robert H. Vtfease Colonel Reuben IC. Moody Captain Richard M. Eslinger Bernal Castaneda Kilby Lee Marsh Myers Sapp Bunting Cohen Korvas Lepore Messer Pavlovsky Vengoechea 'gifs ,.,: Q! Q 6 ,WW , M y 6 '4 , n, gy Q, Wi 'Z We wg Q" ffl-MS' f' X K QL! M : A 515131 K Q .,. ,g. qg -1 iii , K 2 i .z 5? x Q 5 'Y b- Q: 1 F , .,:v.-.. lx . 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Klcsscr, lll lhviml I"c:1g':1m thc clzmccs. l'1l'C1lL'l'iL' Schzxfcr llukc Klycrs Maurice 1JZlX'ill5U1l I'l"lIlk l.cpm1- Tlumuzls Slcplwm wrt l.cc l'n'.vfffvl1f ...... .,.... N lZllIl'il'l' llzuiclmnl f"lIt'IlH-X' A-1rf'z'i.mr .4 Unlom-I XX'iIf11-cl ll. XYL-Irlm Sapp Daly Messer Schafer Davis Iii Q. 1 ,L 1: , E li K. 9,6 J 0 s s gt, Morse DIC . , 'T' 'Q ....'T. Q' ' 5 ', 'O H 1 . A I Owens Feagans Lepore Lee 163 DECORATING COMMITTEE The mugie llizlt changes our Qylllllilillllll into 21 ballroom is tlie result of hours of patient, :incl often thankless, toil by the sketchers, designers, tracers, painters, ezwpeillers, and paper hangers that comprise the membership of the Decorating Coinmittee. lhzrl' wie lcfl to riylzl: liillvy, Hnmplirey, lfcngznis, Stephens, Daljc, Sapp, Scliuler, Sliylnck, Mziurer. 5.t'4'l?l'1l1 wiv: Colonel Nlclalm, Owens, Troconiz, Hinds, Rzinclzill, Yenguecliezm, Morse, Hcrcmigh, Simon. Third rn-ze: Hnrney, Rnszizza, Messer, Candy, Bernal, Davis, Gnrnizm. liuzrrflz rfrze: Lzimliert, Frnekleton, Krcielslicimcr, Andrews, Orrisun, Meliilulien. 164 MILITARY BALL lzxtms lxmls thc I'1ig'lll't' lfilllflllg in thc Rllyllllll of thu Xrilglllltllllh flu- N1'l'k'iX'iIlg' Lim Q ulvts m thc L'IY"1l1'l - A xt "' ' Ifn'm.X11 S l'm' Stilllllllbll HONOR COURT liqrlr nr-N frmn lvff to right: C:umax'i11c1, Myers, l'zr.vl rufu: Srllaler, Sapp, XvK'llgUCCllCIl. NY. ll., Ll. Wei lcagms C unpmc HONOR CODE OF THE Com-s Ol' CADlC'l'S rw S'l'AUN'l'0N AS a member of the CORPS OF CADIQTS OF FMV, I am bouml by its COl7lC OF HONOR. l. l will not lic. 2. l will not steal. 3. I will 11fm t cheat. 4. l will prevent all violations, if possible. 5. l will rep cni' t violations of this HONO 'rms STAI N mix lllll MARY IXCAD R CODE lhtc Signature 166 BLUE KNIGHTS Back row: Smith, W., Schmandt, Maurer, J., Hoyle, Schwartz, Morse, Caudy. Front row: Koonce, Simpson, Carmichael, Patterson. Murray Carmichael Craig Patterson . . . VVillis Simpson . . . VVilliam Koonce . . Harold Schwartz . lidward Morse .... John Maurer .... Macy Hoyle ..... Warren Smith . . . Tilden Counts . . . Allen Schmandt .. Daniel Candy .... Director and illafzagfr Daniel Candy Faculty f1a'z'i.vm' lieutenant Jon M. Der MEMBERS ENGAGEMENTS Quartet Contest Sock Hop V.S.D.B. Prom XV TON Record Party 167 0' N Director . . . Clarinet . Saxophone . Tenor Sax Baritone Sax . . . Trumpet . . . Trumpet . . Trombone .. Trombone . . . . . Piano . . . . . Guitar . . . . Drums and llflanagcr I Q SHRA V' fe STEVEN 5 AVVARCD SCHQLARSI-H P AC.TlSll'1'l ES CHARACTEQ X f fy vi fVHLl"fP' Q D 4 'V 4 P' Lg F4 1 L. 5 W' .P '19, cf ow Q4 David G. Anderson Juan R. Bernal David L. Cohen Michael W. Daly STEVENS AWARD The Stevens Award, named for Captain L. Leary Stevens, member of the Academy Faculty and editor of the school's first yearbook in 1906, recognizes those seniors who have proven them- 168 STEVENS AWARD selves as oustanding leaders in academics, mili- tary, athletics, character, and conduct. We, the EhaH of dm 1959 SHRAPNEL pohu whh pdde toward these exemplary cadets. 169 91-A: N Qi' ST5 a l OP l q U 6 Pg' rfnesf 'lt gh vyep V Rf- V600 f .9 X X 'A' 1' lf I 4, a , Oryx 000 Oc John J. Hagedorn, II J. Lewis Sapp Ramiro J. Troconiz Julio A. Vengoechea 'www ff? X f D MISS LUZ MERCEDES MISS DALE MCMICHEN BERNAL Medellin, Colombia Staunton, Virginia Spomm' for 5f"'1W fn? Cadet captain H. Edwin Davis Cadet First Lieutenant Juan R. Bernal Commander Company D Activities Editor S1iRAi'Ni2L MRS. FRANK P. DALY MISS JOAN GRYBKO Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sunderland, Massachusetts Sponsor for Sponsor for Cadet Major Michael W. Daly Cadet Captain John A. Grybko, Jr Battle Group Executive Officer Commander Company F 172 MRS. IRVING HERSHORIN Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Spomor for Cadet Second Lieutenant Richard M. Hershorin Commander Headquarters Company MISS JoDY MORGAN Vero lleaeh, Floricla Sjvonxor for Cadet First Sergeant Frank C. Lepore, jr. Photograph Editor SIIRAPNI CL MRS. LUCILLE THEODORA MARSH Steele City, Nebraska .SIf70II.YUI' for Cadet Major Richard T. Marsh Battle Group 5-2 MISS ANN CARICO Galax, Virginia Sf70lI.Y07' for Cadet Major john A. Messer, III Battle Group S-4 MRS. VIOLET L. MEYER Pittsburgh, Pemlsylvzmia Sponsor for Cadet Captain Fred H. Meyer, III Conliuzlmlcl' Cllllllllllly' li MISS ALICE ANN MORSE Timonium, lllzlrylzmcl Sponsor for Cadet Captain Edward H. Morse, jr. Commander Battle Group Baud MISS PENNY CAPSHAW Silver Spring, Marylaml Sfonsor for Cadet First Sergeant W. Duke Myers Business MZIIIZIQCI' lfafrlvgralli MISS MARY CONKLIN Lyons, lllinois Sflonsor for Cadet Private Stanley E. Novack Co-Czaptain Football Team MISS ANDREA GEORGETTE GROOME Rocky Mount, North Cztrolinzt Sjmzrxor for Cadet Sergeant First Class P. Dwight Pavlovsky liditorizml Manager SIIRAPNIEL MISS FAY HARVARD ftlltllllbtll, South Carolina S'fwm.mr for Cadet Lieutenant Colonel J. Lewis Sapp Rattle Group COIUIIIEUICICI' MISS CRYSTAL LEIGH BELTON Mount Airy, North L4ll1'Ultl1Zl Sjw11.x'0r fur Cadet Captain Frederic H. Schafer h.UlllIll2ll1lIL'1' Colnpzuly A MRS. N. L. STEPHENS Hot S1ll'i11gS, rXl'h2tllSllS .Swf70ll.K'I?7" for Cadet Captain Thomas W. Stephens LSOINIHZLIHICI' Compzuly Lf MRS. THERESA TSUCALAS MERRILL Jersey City, New Jersey Sponsor for Cadet Captain Chris J. Tsucalas Business Manager SHRAPNEL MRS. MARITZA DE AUVERT Maracaibo, Venezuela Sponsor for Cadet Major julio A. Vengoechea Battle Group S-3 MISS STEPHANIE L. BENNETT Midland, Michigan Sfvonsor for Cadet Private Michael V. Westley Co-Captain Football Team 3. 4kf3, X1lj'1111l1g -M011 3, lf wm'l11 XY2-ll1lllg' turf liao, ym1'rv 17L'2l11111111' .-Klum-1 Hut not fm' lung Smiley clear, ther' ' 'H ' ' L .ug uuly 119 Il1U1'C! 177 ,,...--nv' ,.,. lnnnfv- - . .. ,JENV Mfivw Qgcggim .. -,-,,3,.,z-,f za 1. 1 B N M cf . ri ' 533 ., 5,i fi? xm as 4 ""'3s-eh... S Q ww' ,,a H ww' S R ff W iam qw! lr u I COMMENCEMENT - 1958 Ihr Llllllllill wif-vlnmvnk purzulc IM'LIil1N. fzulm-if paw in ruin-xx I-vu Nlwxxwlx ring lu ilu- lust pzmulm- 111' ilu- yn-zu: .Xflvr HLlL'L'2ilZllll'k'llll' Nunn 4- nv- - ' I, L1mlp.1115 In-cu-1x'vs stu-z1111n'x'. SIHVIISUIJ5 pzwsuh N4 .QW ....-A uimw 1111- ill Tw gg1':ul1l:11iw11, Sl'IlJllHl' ITLAVH' 1-wl1lxx.1lu nmku Qwlmmm-111-nt ulllnw IIN Xxvaml xxnuurwrw. lwlwml lhw qxflmlu-vw uzulvls :xml llllIAl'l L. I.iln-lslwlmrg m-u-ixx-4 :ux xml. gK'lIiU1'S aux' vzlllml lu lx-u'ix'v rlilwlmllm. ,-ff, xx ,X QE Xmas Q. 1 5 . maxxwnmix FACULTY ROSTER Colonel Harrison S. Dey ...... Major Garland D. Haddock .... Co nel William K. Dove .... Cap in Donald M. Laffoon . .. Colon 1 M. W. McNair ........ Lieuten nt Berg, jon Michael .... Colonel own, Warren W. Mrs. Camp ell, William H. .. Lieutenant e, Dennis G. .. Lieutenant Cox, E. B. . .... . Lieutenant Cox, illiam N. .. . Lieutenant Crowl, n R. ......... . Lieutenant Didlake, F klin D. . . . . . . . Major Dodge, Edward L. .... . Major Dunlap, Russell L. . . Colonel Enslow, Philip H. Captain Eslinger, Richard M. .. Captain Hallman, Clive R. . .. Mrs. Hassell, Mary F. ...... . Colonel james, Harold C. .. . . Captain johnson, Thomas . . Lieutenant Keister, Waldo W. . .......... . . .. S.M.A., Staunton, Va. . . . . 317 North Market, Staunton, Va. . . . . 204 North Coalter, St nton, Va. . . .. 904 Springhill Rd., aunton, Va. . . . 942 Selma Boulevar Staunton, Va. ...............Box Hartville,Ohio . . . . . . . 215 Overlook d., Staunton, Va. 215 North Market feet, Staunton, Va. ......... 723 De ware St., Salem, Va. Was ngton, North Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . Parkw od Apts., Staunton, Va. 1714 Belvedere lvd., Silver Spring, Md. 1233 We over Ave., Norfolk 7, Va. . . . 1620 ogwood Rd., Staunton, Va. Middlebrook,Va. . . . ...... S.M.A., Staunton, Va. . .. 444 E. Water, Tucson, Arizona ...... . . . . . .. Douglasville, Ga. .. . . . . . . S.M.A., Staunton, Va. 813 High St., Staunton, Va. ............ S.M.A., Staunton, Va. 1124 Fo r t Rd., Spring Garden, Crystal, Va. Major Lander, Frankin J. ............. ..... 1 17 Williams St., Staunton, Va. Major McCue, Albert E. .. .. Colonel Moody, Reuben E. .. Major Moon, William C. Captain Murphy, Thomas E. . . . Lieutenant Neal, Robert H. ..... . Lieutenant Newell, Howard W. . . 204 rth Coalter St., Staunton, Va. .. . . . 26 Williams St., Staunton, Va. ... . . . . . . 21 Kable St., Staunton, Va. . . . . 21 Tingley R . East Braintree, Mass. .. . . . 204 South all, Madison, N. C. . South Main Str t, Marion, S. C. Lieutenant Page, james E. ..... ....................... B a Vista, Va. Captain Pandak, William M. . . . . . . . Colonel Pitcher, S. Stewart Lieutenant Pope, john R. .. . . Colonel Smith, William W. . .. Lieutenant Vidal, Ernier Captain Warburton, Ronald . Lieutenant Warren, Charle T. Lieutenant Wease, Robert . .. Colonel Webb, Wilfred B ....... Lieutenant Wheeling, Jos ph L. Apt. A-8, Parkwood Apts., Staunton, Va. Pleasant Terrace, Staunton, Va. . . . 37 Northwest 6th St., Homestead, Fla. . . . . . . . . 35 Purviance, Staunton, Va. Utuado,Puerto Rico 1212 Wertland St., Charlottesville, Va. . . . . . . . 522 26th St., Nederland, Tex. Lincolnton, N. C. . . . . . . . . . Heathfield, Fort Defiance, Va. .. . . . . . . 708 Laurel St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 127 CADET ROSTER Acheso Raymond M., Ir. .............. R. D. 2, Newton, New jersey Adams, ale P. ........... ....... 1 08 West Davis Blvd., Tampa 6, Florida Adams, mes C., Jr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Box 54, Willow Springs, North Carolina Adelman, ' lan M. ..... .... 8 500 Manchester Road, Silver ring, Maryland Aerts, Ren L. ...... .... S leepy Hollow Road, Briarcliff I anor, New York Agesen, Ral K. .... ....... 3 6 Freeman Street, Woo ridge, New Jersey Akner, Jeffre M. ..... . . . 26 Nirvana Avenue, Great ck, L. I., New York Albert, Jerry . ..... . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. 7743 Big Cree arkway, Berea, Ohio Alexander, Willi W. ........ 101 Abney Circle, C leston 4, West Virginia Allen, John L. .. ................. 40 South Seve Street, Zanesville, Ohio Alonzo, Ronald T. . Monte Ararat 830, Lomas De apultepec, Mexico 10, D. F. Amado, Alejandro .. ................. Calle 10 No. 6-24, Apartado No. 352, Anderson, David G. Andrews, Scott W. . . . . Angeletti, Thomas . . . Maracaibo, Venezuela, S. A. 209 North ruce Street, Shelbyville, Illinois .... . . . . . . . . . .. .. Box 182, Guilford, Connecticut . . . . . . . . . . .. 1 1 N. W. 88th Street, Miami, Florida Antonelli, john O. ......... 1719 De Sa s Street, N. W., Washington 6, D. C. Arango, Jose Francisco . .. Argyris, Archibald T. . . . . Armstrong, Augustus A., Jiri Armstrong, S. Hearn .... Arshinkoff, Nicholas T. .. Bachtel, Bruce B. . . . . Balint, Bruce P. . .. Baris, Richard S. ...... . Barr, Michael T. ....... . Barricklow, William R., Jr. Bassett, Laurence W. . .. Bayouth, Edward Joseph r. ...... . Beldle, David W. ..... .... . Bell, William Thomas, rd Berman, Jeffrey B. .. Bernal, juan Ricard . . Bethel, R. Bradley Biggs, Tyler S. . . Binswanger, Ro rt Bishop, Charles ., Jr. . . . Blanchard, Th as D. .. . Blank, Donal H. ..... . Blank, Russ G. ....... . Bliss, Phili E., III ..... Blume, Ja 1 s M. . Bond, Ste en L. .. Bookatz, tanton J. .. Boswell obert L. Bound J. Edward ............................ Boyd, eo .... . Boyd, William T. Brandt, Stanley C. Bream, John H. . . Brenner ames , J .... ....... . Brenner, Wayne E. . . ............-..- .. . Cal 79, No. 7-16, Bogota, Colombia, S. A. . . 49 leldstone Drive, Springfield, New Jersey . . .. . 106 Watts Lane, Portsmouth, Virginia . . . . Port Royal, Caroline County, Virginia i. i . . 1056 Herberich Avenue, Akron 1, Ohio 1344 Lockwood Road, Barberton, Ohio . . . . . . a Maxwell Avenue, Fords, New Jersey 222 Fo tain Road, Englewood, New Jersey 3719 Nort Edison Street, Arlington, Virginia 1693 Mt. V on Avenue, Petersburg, Virginia ery Lane, Westport, Connecticut . P. O. B 1016, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico 1773 18t Street, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio .. 1501 Barbour oad, Falls Church, Virginia 135 Lafayette Str t, St. Marys, Pennsylvania cfo Cabarria Ltda., ' partado Aereo No. 3651 Bogota, Colombia, S. A. . . . . . . . . . . P. O. Box 008, Nassau, Bahamas .. . Box 2108, Arabian - erican Oil Company, Ohahran, Saudi Arabia 511 Riverside Drive, R1 mond 25, Virginia . .. . 207 Catawba Street, Sy cuse 8, New York . . . . . . . . 216 Pine Road, P tsmouth, Virginia . . . . 385 Glen Street, New B ain, Connecticut 385 Glen Street, New Bri in, Connecticut 20962 Byron Road, Shaker He -'1"ltS 22, Ohio 4238 North Larkin Street, Milwaukee , Wisconsin 5421 Gist Avenue, Baltimore 1 Maryland 3166 Huntington Road, Shaker Heigh 20, Ohio 4267 West Anderson Road, South Euclid Y , Ohio Route 2, Hurlock, Ma yland 936 West Sixth Street, Erie, Pennsylvania . . . . . . . 254 East Main Street, Elkton, Maryland .. . . 496 Garden Blvd., Garden City South, L. I., New York 154 Mortimer Street, Rutherford, New jersey . . 215 Center Street, Box 177, jupiter, Florida .. . .. 41 Club Drive, Massapequa, New York 183 Britt, - alter H. Brow, ' bert ..... . Brown, kM. .... . Brown, Ste en A., II .... ................ Browne, Wa e E. . .. Buijnarowski, ames A. . . . . Bunting, Daniel . . . . Burdick, William ' ., 'lr Burgress, John M. .. Burkholder, Robert " Burns, Charles M., I1 Burns, Clayton B. . . . . Bush, William J. .... . Butler, James T., Jr. ..... .... ..... . Byrns, W. Thompkins, Cable, Richard E. . . . . Caffrey, john C. . . . . Cain, James R. ...... . Caldwell, Campbell Paul E., Jr. .. Alan E. .... ....... ..... . Jr... CADET ROSTER . . . . . . . . . . 516 Darden Avenue, Suffol , Virginia . . . 6003 Coral Sea Avenue, Rockvill Maryland Investors Building, Stau n, Virginia 557 Garden Road ayton, Ohio asper, Florida 90 Prospect Street, Ext., Westfie , Massachusetts . . . . . . . . . 16 Rex Blvd., Mone en, Pennsylvania . . . . . . 3415 Kendall Circle, C ahoga Falls, Ohio 210 Highland Avenue, Sh t Hills, New jersey . . . . . . . . . . . Route 5, Box '11 Fairfax, Virginia .. . 242 West Wade, Wa sboro, North Carolina 242 West Wade, W esboro, North Carolina 90 Highland Avenue, 1 dland Park, New Jersey Highway 49 uth, Chase City, Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . 1031 Sh e Drive, Bayside, Virginia . . 8936 Aubrey A nue, Glendale 27, New York . . . . . . . . . Su it Road, Prospect, Connecticut . . . . . . 6 3 Manchester, Parma 29, Ohio . . . . . . . . . 32 unset Drive, Bristol, Tennessee ashel Farm, Purcellville, Virginia Campbell, Clark C. ..... .......... . . 4 4 High Street, Closter, New Jersey Campbell, Donald C. 4201 Ma . usetts Avenue, N. W., Apt 1077 W, Washington 16, D. C. Campbell John M. ......... .. . Cashel Farm, Purceville, Virginia Campbell Tyler H. . . . .. 1400 ' arri Street, State College, Pennsylvania Cannavinb, Pasquale G. ............ .. 581 A McKenzie, North Olmsted, Ohio Card, Thomas P. ............,.... ......... ..... O a k Ridge, New Jersey Carmichael, Murray D., 3rd .... 13 dgewood D ve, West Palm Beach, Florida Castaneda, Constancio T., Jr. ..... ............ ' Y Fifth Avenue, Grace Park, Caudy, Daniel C. .. Chapman, John S. . . . Q Chonsky, Neal L. ........... ..... . Clemson, Claude L. Cohen, David L. Cohen, Jeffrey H. . Colimodio, Gonzalo Colon, Jose Rafael . Colon, Wendell W. Colyer, Andrew I., Jr Combis, James J. .. Constable, Wesley G . . . Corbett, Robert L., r. Cosentino, Ronald ' Coshland, Gilbert . Cotter, Edward ., Ir. .................... . Coulston, Mi ael Counts, Tilden ., Jr. .... . Crane, Dunto .... Creel, Willia 1 S. .. Crews, R. rren . Cuddie, Ric rd W. Cuddie, Robert R. . Cumming, David C. - aloocan, Rizal, Philippines 731 Mar ' Street, Zanesville, Ohio uarters U 7-B, Air War College, " axwell AFB, Alabama 186 Main Street, otswood, New Jersey . ................. Route 2, rederick, Maryland . . . . . . . . . . . Box 170, Walterb o, South Carolina . 1813 North Madison Street, Ar ton 5, Virginia . . . . . . . . . Avenida Los Samanes No. 6, La Florida, Caracas, . ezuela, S. A. . . . . . . . . . . Roosevelt 36, Ponce, uerto, Rico . ............ Roosevelt 36, Ponce, ' erto Rico . . . 2400 South Ives Street, Arlington 2, Virginia . . . . . . . . , . 121 Danbury Drive, Youngstow Ohio . . . 217 East Cameron Road, Falls Church, V1 inia Macclesfield, North Car ina . . . . . . . . 139 Dunning Avenue, Auburn, New York . . . 1031 Greenmount Road, Haddonfield, New jersey 93 Kentway, Dundalk, Maryland 315 Highland Avenue, Upper Montclair, New Jersey . . . . . 120 North Eighth Avenue, Wauchula, Florida . . . . . . . . . . . Main Street, Norway, Maine 6230 North 27 Street, Arlington, Virginia .. . . 2807 Post Street, Jacksonville, Florida 431 Aspen Road, Birmingham, Michigan 431 Aspen Road, Birmingham, Michigan .. 1232 East Fifth Street, Ocala, Florida 184 CADET ROSTER Daly, Michael W. ....,. 3523 Indian Queen Lane, Philadelphia 29, Pen ylvania Dalzi Q Davison, Jr. . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Arizona Drive, Jacksonville, 1' rkansas David William M. ........ 421 Cortlandt Avenue, Mamaroneck, ew York David o Maurice H. .. Davis, H. dwin ....... Davis, Ray ond C. .. . . . . . . . . . . . 205 Blake Road, Hamde Connecticut . . . . 9 South Woodlawn Avenue, La le, Maryland . . . 410 jackson Avenue, Susquehan . , Pennsylvania Davis, Thom . A. ............. 2905 Park Drive, S. E., Wa ington 20, D. C. Dawson, Harri P., III . DeFries, Willia C. de la Cruz, Ivan . Demarest, M. Irvin .... DeRuchie, V. Ronal .. DesCamp, Gregory A. . Diaz, Edgardo M. ..... . Dickey, Charles G. .... . Dienes, Clarence K. . . . . Donoff, Ronald H. Doty, Richard T. . . . . Douglas, George M. Doyle, Robert E. ..... . Drewry, A. Chauncy, Jr. Duetting, Michael S. .... . Duke, Michael S. ..... . USOM to Panama, P. O. Box -I alboa, Canal Zone 3821 Seventh Street, South, rlington 4, Virginia . . . . . . . . P. O. Box 2088, S juan 9, Puerto Rico . . . 359 Middlesex Aven , Metuchen, New Jersey . . . . . . 316 Park Ave e, Vineland, New jersey .. . . . . . . . . . . . 3624 No Prospect Road, Route 2, Ann Arbor, Michigan Calle 17, No. 8, Vista legre, Santiago De Cuba, Ote. . ............... R. . D. 3, Ellicott City, Maryland . . . . . . 16601 De ' rest Avenue, Cleveland 28, Ohio . . . . . . 182 ennyson Avenue, Dayton 6, Ohio 419 .' son Street, Grand Ledge, Michigan .. 8 Royal alm Drive, Fort Lauderdale, Florida . 35 Woo ine Street, Chevy Chase 15, Maryland 0 arkview Avenue, Martinsville, Virginia inged Foot Drive, Larchmont, New York .. . 1510 Boyce Avenue, Ruxton 4, Maryland Dunn, John, Jr. ................ .... ................. C 0 vington, Virginia Dunn, Lewis C. .............. . 430 st 86 Street, New York 28, New York Dunnegan, Clifton P., Jr. .. Eason, Roderick D., Jr. Eilers, Paul F. ...... . Elder, Richard F. . Emmanuel, G. Miche II Engels, Robert . . . . . Fairlamb, Geor R., Jr. Feagans, Davi E. .... . Febles, Erast ......... Fischer, All F. .... . Fitch, Rus 1 P., III ... 1 6 Doune treet, Winston-Salem, North Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . 2616 outh Grant Street, Aurora Hills, Arlington, Virginia 215 M Jordan Street, ocky Mount, North Carolina 181 Wolcott rive, Youngstown 12, Ohio '.'.....-..... ....... 16 Tre ure Drive, Tampa, Florida . . . . . . . . Box 1 1, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia . .. ..... 730 Grand Avenue, idgeiield, New jersey Route 1, Box 213, Oa Hill, West Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vives Street 92, once, Puerto Rico . . . . 1250 Forest Glen Drive, South, Winnetka, Illinois cfo Braden Copper Company, Rane ua, Chile, S. A. Fitzpatri , R. Kerry ................ P. O. Box 346, Saint J t, Puerto Rico Floam, ' ephen M. Flood, onald S. Flore John ........ Font a, Joseph T. For th, Stuart A. .... . Fr kelton, R. Nichol F nceschi, Alfredo .... 7 ench, Amadee R. .. 3309 Labyrinth Road, Baltimor 15, Maryland 1175 Stillwater Road, Stamfor Connecticut ..... . . . . . .. 308 Homewood, S. E., rren, Ohio .. 13577 Cedar Road, University Height 18, Ohio . . . . . . 306 Valley View Drive, Staunton, Virginia . . . . 1213 Parcell Street, Fredericksburg, irginia ............... Apartado 881, Caracas, Ve zuela Box 333,Kinderhook,New ork rova, Guido, III ...... 1043 Cedar Crest Boulevard, Allentown, Pennsylv ia Galbraith, Albert H., Jr. . . . . Box 331, Route 2, Cole Mill Road, Durham, North Carolina 185 CADET ROSTER Gawler, Gary 1. ..... 28 East Garfield Avenue, Atlantic Highlands, New jersey s e, Gordon L. ................ 30 West William Street, Corning, w York Ge rdi, H. Brooks .......... 9514 Evergreen Street, Silver Spring aryland Ger n, William C. .. .... 3103 Silver Lake Boulevard, Cuyahog alls, Ohio Gibbs, W. Wayt, V ..... ...................... B ox 870, Sta on, Virginia Gimbel, oseph B. ....... .... 3 500 Northridge Road, Baltim e 8, Maryland Golembie ki, Joseph E. .... ............... R iver Avenue, . D. 1, Box 67, Mason wn, Pennsylvania Goodwill, D ald, III .... 721 Lowerline Street, Ne Orleans, Louisiana Gordon, Willi ' J. .......... 4545 Connecticut Av ue, N. W., Apt. 705 Washington 8, D. C. Gorman, J. Danie ...... 7816 Walters Drive, Camellia ' cres, Norfolk, Virginia Graham, David P. . . .... cfo Aramco, Box 386, as Tanura, Saudi Arabia Graham, John E. . . . . ............... Box 26 , Cleveland, North Carolina Grant, Ralph U. ..... ........,,.... 2 405 Adir dack Trail, Dayton 19, Ohio Greco, James J. ....... .... 5 23 West Ninth ' nue, Tarentum, Pennsylvania Greenspon, Andrew T. .. ....... 1410 Chesap ke Avenue, Hampton, Virginia Griffith, Rodney Lee . .. ....... 1521 Al ce Road, Reading, Pennsylvania Grogger, Paul K. ..... . .. River lub Estates, Route 1, Box 212-W Edgewater, Maryland Grove, William C. ........... ......... 3 0124 Ridge Road, Wickliiife, Ohio Grubert, Harry F., Jr. ........ 737 L' erty Parkway, Dundalk 22, Maryland Grussendorf, Richard A., Jr. ..... .... ....... 1 8 12 North Huntington Street, Arlington 5, Virginia Grybko, john A., Jr. ..... .. . Main Street, Sunderland, Massachusetts Gunn, J. Stephen ................ ' ast Broad Street, Palmyra, New Jersey Gunter, Michael M. ............. 344 Atterbury Street, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Guy, Dennis G. .... 88 Bound I ook R d, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts Guy, John A., II ............. .... 7 19 ublin Road, Route 1, Dublin, Ohio Hagedorn, John J., H .... ..... 4 14 rth 14th Street, Lanett, Alabama Haight, Henry S., Jr. . . . .... 1726 Dai Road, Charlottesville, Virginia Haky, Leo ........ ........... B o 235, Yatesboro, Pennsylvania Hancock, Kenneth E. . . . .... 1512 North O 'o Street, Arlington, Virginia Hare, Douglas L. .... . .. 3625 Lochearn ive, Baltimore 7, Maryland Harris, Stephen E. .... ........... 2 015 Yam 1 Drive, Sarasota, Florida Hartenstein, Robert J. . .... 7471 West Parkside rive, Youngstown, Ohio Hassel, Earl W. .... ..... 1 7 Park Road, W missing, Pennsylvania Hays, Edward D. . 7815 Stratford Road, thesda 14, Maryland Heckstall, William . . ........ 208 Pitt Street, Win or, North Carolina Henry, A. Harvie .... ...... 1 513 Cranwell Road, Luth ville 4, Maryland Herczogh, Bruce . . .... 1036 North Montana Street, Arli ton 5, Virginia Herman, Rober . ............ 1200 Burton Street, Silver Sp ' g, Maryland Hernandez, E ardo ........ Editicio San Francisco, 2, Caracas, Ve zuela, S. A. Herold, Char O., Jr. . . 1112 East Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauder . e, Florida Hershorin, V chard M. ................ 825 Morewood Avenue, Apt. o. H2, Pittsburgh 13, Pennsylvania Hertzber , Lawrence J. . . . . . . 1301 Beal Street, Rocky Mount, North Carolina Hinds, seph J., jr. ........ 1003 Edgewood Circle, Gastonia, North Carolina Hober an, Edwin P. .......... 286 Auburn Road, West Hartford, Connecticut Hol s, Burdette W., Jr. .................... P. O. Box 1, Twinsburg, Ohio Ho an, Michael C. .................... 317 South Wainut, Milford, Delaware Ho ney, Bryan T. ........ 1182 Hillcrest Avenue, Pittsburgh 20, Pennsylvania Horoshko, John A. . . 355 Phillips Street, Lyndwood, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Howard, Roy E., III ............ cfo Mene Grande Oil Company, Apartado 45, Barcelona, Venezuela 186 u yle, Macy L., Ir. . . . ulvey, Harry A., jr. ............. . .1 umphrey, Darrell F. . nt, Daniel D. ..... . H ter, W. Snowden . Hur itz, Donald W. . Iglehart, dward S. .. Inskip, Do ld H. . . . . Irizarry, Al do R. .. Irven, Kennet J. . . . . Isaacson, Andr ' ..... Jackson, Robert Lee . Jackson, Roger ...... Jacobs, Robert E. . . . . Jenkins, W. Stephen .. Jones, Dennis A. . . . . josetti, John A. .... . Justice, H. Ross, Jr. .. Kale, Richard B. Kearns, Bryan L. . . . . Kegley, George B. . . . . Kennedy, Harold . . . Kilby, Thomas H. Koonce, William J., Jr. Korvas, Anthony C. . .. CADET ROSTER 103 Meadowbrook Drive, Smithfield, North rolina 325 Thompson Street, Staunton, irginia 49 Birch Drive, Plainview, L. I., '- York .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. P. O. Box 984, Alexandr' , Virginia 510 College Circle, Stau n, Virginia i Street, N. W., Washi ton 16, D. C. 939 North Lake Otis Drive, Wi r Haven, Florida Monrovia, beria, West Africa Rambla St. , Ponce, Puerto Rico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 Tonawand Trail, Hartville, Ohio 7700 Morningside Drive, N. ., Washington 12, D. C. 4 Upland ' ad, Baltimore 10, Maryland .. . . . 87-12 167 treet, Jamaica 32, New York . . . . . . . 736 Mar nd Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 'iealls Lane, Frostburg, Maryland 31 Franklin ' enue, Midland Park, New jersey .. 522 Brook d Road, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania . . .. 10618 Lak hore Boulevard, Bratenahl 8, Ohio .. Mebane,North Carolina . . .. 7 6 erdeen Road, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada Bland, Virginia 16 ' ll Road, East Meadow, L. I., New York .... We Michigan Avenue, Evanston, Illinois . . .. 70 ark Street, Brookline, Massachusetts 727 Righte Mill Road, Narberth, Pennsylvania Kline, Ronald I. ..... . Kolea, Philip ......... . . .. . .. R. F. D. 3, ox 460, Kingston, North Carolina . . . . . . 47-05-28 Aven e, Long Island City 3, New York Kreielsheimer, Bruce H. . . ....... 60 Crest Avenue, Tenafly, New Jersey Kreitzer, Larry B. . . . . Kriska, Nicholas J. Laiferty, Edgar R., I Lake, William M. . . . . Lambert, William . . Lawson, Manley f' . . . . ...-.-....,.... .-.-. . . . . . . 208 Edge ood Road, Staunton, Virginia . . .. 1210 I ndon Avenue, Akron, Ohio Elsing Gree King William, Virginia .1 .I .I .1 .i .I .I Brooklyn Bouleva , Sea Girt, New jersey 2025 South Sixt Street, Ironton, Ohio 2098 I-Iavendale Boulevard, V 'nter Haven, Florida Lee, Kenneth . .... 205 Calle Lopez, Col. Campbell, Tamp 0, Tamps., Mexico Lee, Robert . .............. J 319 Arlington Towers, A lington, Virginia Lees, Rober . .............. 231 Tremont Avenue, Greensb g, Pennsylvania LeMat, J. oul ................ 4627 North 15th Street, Arlin ton 1, Virginia Lepore, F nk C., Jr. .............. 33 Queens Drive, Little Silv , New jersey Lerch, il W. .... 5623 North Lawrence Street, Philadelphia 20, ennsylvania Lewis, ' ichard ................ 80 Lake Shore Drive, Eastchester, New York Lidee Ribert N. ...................... 14 Mohawk Street, Rye, ew York Lieb, oger S. ............ 85-15 139 Street, Apt. 4-L, Jamaica 35, w York Littl Thomas R., III .......... Bergen Pines Hospital, Paramus, Ne I Jersey Li Vecchi, Joseph V. .. . ...... - .... 28 Bulwer Place, Brooklyn 7, Ne York Long, Daniel R., III . .. .... 5309 Springlake Way, Baltimore 12, Mar nd Longyear, Barry B. .... P. O. Box 5, New Cumberland, Pennsylva a Lovaton, Rafael R. .. .. . 5445 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida 187 CADET ROSTER Lowe, William E. . . Sundown Hereford Farms, Route 2, Gaithersburg, Mar and Lucka, Richard J. . . . . Lyman, allace E. . . . . . . . . . . . 19325 Warwick Drive, Birmingham, ' igan Middlefield, Co ecticut McCullough, rank S. .................... 300 Milton Road, Ry , New York McGann, Ti thy C. . McGavock, A. elly .. 7425 Sunset Drive, ' iami, Florida Corner Devon and Essex Roads, S nton, Virginia McGonegal, Joh A. ....,........... 1505 Cedar Street, Fall hurch, Virginia McGough, wiuia - J. . Mclntire, John W. . . . . McIntyre, Richard . . .. ................. Lake Pine, rlton, New Jersey .. . 102 Meadbrook Road, G en City, New York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ridgeview R d, Staunton, Virginia McKibben, Joseph C. ....... 25th Sz Haythorne Aven , Terre Haute, Indiana MacDonald, Donald MacLaughlin, William ' MacPherson, Robert L. Machen, Hervey G., III Marion, Edwin D. . . . . Marsh, Richard T. . . . . Martin, H. Keith ...... Mason, Clark A. ..... . Mathews, Michael F. ........... . 3106 Su tDrive,Tampa,Florida . . 81 Seventh Avenue, Atl ic Highlands, New Jersey . ........ 6201 18 Road, orth, Arlington 5, Virginia . . . . 4107 Ham' on Street, Hyattsville, Maryland . . . . . 710 East Mo oe Street, Little Falls, New York . . ......... ........... S teele City, Nebraska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Windswept, Hurlock, Maryland . . . . . .. . .. 3 L er Lane, Bay Shore, L. I., New York ' 25 oorland Lane, Bethesda 14, Maryland Maurer, Craig R. ........ 1131 Ceda rest Boulevard, Allentown, Pennsylvania Maurer, John H. .............. 135 ' uth Sixth Street, Indiana, Pennsylvania Mavrantonis, Anthony J. .... 2312 ' ayn d Boulevard, Wilmington 2, Delaware Maxwell, J. Brent, Jr. ........... ...... ' . F. D. 1, Clarksburg, West Virginia Mendelsohn, Stephen L. .... 3275 i ast Lak ore Drive, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Merritt, George J. ........... . Messer, John A., III Meyer, Fred H., III Meyers, Michael A. Michaelson, Russell S. . . . ........... . . . . . Miles, John P., Jr. . . . Miller, Donald E. ..... ........... . Miller, George B. Mc Millhiser, John D. . . Minis, Robert P. .. Miranda,J0eJ. .. Miranda, William . . . 73 Washi 11011 Street, Natick, Massachusetts 601 'X cArthur Street, Galax, Virginia 039 Macon Aven e, Pittsburgh 18, Pennsylvania 33 Hara Circle, Millburn, New Jersey 7 Ca - Poniente, Colonia Escolon, an Salvador, El Salvador 15 Shellcove Road, Neutra ay, N . S. W., Australia 109 Poplar Drive Falls Church, Virginia 257 North 17 Street, C i p Hill, Pennsylvania 839 Jefferson Avenue, K aynesboro, Virginia 112 East 45 Street, Savannah, Georgia Calle 49 B 3420, Rep. Kohly, Maria o, Habana, Cuba Calle 49 B 3420, Rep. Kohly, Marian , Habana, Cuba Mirman, Lawre e D. ......... 1532 Roxanna Road, N. W., W hington, D. C. Mitchell, Walk W. Moller Carl l . ..... i.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1722 Sims Place, La land, Florida 52 Dogwood Drive Baltimore 9 Maryland Montague, owbridge .... ................ H olly Hill, Middleburg, Virginia Moore, Ja ' s B., Jr. .... .... 4 08 Murray Avenue, Fairmont, West Virginia Moore, ' ert L. ....... ......... M ain Street, Southboro, Massachusetts Morse, ' dward H., Jr. .... .......... 1 809 First National Bank Building, Mos James M. .. Baltimore 2, Maryland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 319 Mansion Drive, Alexandria, Virginia M ock Donald A. l ndhei1k,W1ll1am .I ................... Myers, W. Duke ...... Nadal, Harry, Jr. ..... . 4 Riverview Drive West, Upper Montclair, New Jersey 415 Kelling Lane, Glencoe, Illinois . . 1300 North Meade Street, Apt. 24, Arlington, Virginia Jose Marti No. 65, Floral Park, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico 188 Nairne, Michael H. .. Nanc Charles E. . . . Neitze John H. . . . . Nelson, alter W. .. Newman, Daniel C. . . Newton, ephen C. . Noles, Bill ...... Novack, Stan - E. .. Novellas, Guil mo .... O'Brien, james B. . . Odell, William C., . Okin, Edward J. . . . Olsen, William B. . . . Omohundro, David H. Orrison, Allan R. .... . Ossa, Julio E. ..... . Ostrom, Floyd S., II Ourand, William C. . Owens, John W. CADET ROSTER .. . . . 201 East Dover Court, Davenport, Iowa .. . . . . . . . . . Box 211B, R. R. 2, Stirling, Virginia . . . . . . 6806 Front Royal Road, Springfield, Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015 Clarinda, Wichita Fa ls, Texas 114 Abbeyville Road, Pittsburgh 28, P s nsylvania . 419 Williams Avenue, Williamstown, W od County, est Virginia ord, Michigan , Lyons, Illinois Havana, Cuba 2700RayRoad,O 8222 West 45th Stre Cuba 4, . . . . 3843 Park Avenue . etuchen, New Jersey 5030 Alta Vista Roa ethesda 14, Maryland 1985 N. Hibiscus Dr' e, North Miami, Florida . . . . Chapel Hill, Atl tic Highlands, New Jersey 425 Mosley P ive, Charlottesville, Virginia . . . 6971 32nd Stre , N. W., Washington 15, D. C. .. . . . 2900 N wood Avenue, Columbus, Ohio Lost Ia - Woods Club, Lincoln, Michigan 4100 Lela . Street, Chevy Chase 15, Maryland . . . . . . 107 Algonquin Road, Norfolk, Virginia . . . . . . 731 N. E. Tenth Avenue, Cresthaven, Pompano Beach, Florida .. P. O. Box 248, Kailua, Hawaii, T. H. . . . . . P. O. Box 42, Maracay, Venezuela, S. A. 1 Long Drive, Pittsburgh 28, Pennsylvania . . . . . . 512 illburn Avenue, Baltimore 12, Maryland Owens, Roger L. . . . Ozawa, Leland K. . .. Pacilico, Humberto J. Palmer, Bruce W. Palmer, Thomas E. .. Palmer, William T. ..... . Parker, D. Guerry .. Parker, George R., jr. Parker, Ralph W. . . . Parson Richard D. .. Patterson, Craig L. . . Pavlovsky, P. Dwig Peacock, Edward 2 . Pease, Douglas . . . Peck, William ., 3rd Penney, James ., II Peronace, Ri ard N . Perry, Lin ' D., II . Perry, Pe A. .... . Peter, ja es A. .... . Peters, seph F., Jr. Philli s, can G. 1 7 Fox se Road, Philadelphia 15, Pennsylvania . . . . . .. . 42 West Hickory Street, Arcadia, Florida . . . . . . . . . . 80 ongwood Avenue, Bedford, Virginia ............... P. O. Box 2021, Balboa, Canal Zone 1334 Tewkesbury lace, N. W., Washington 12, D. C. . . . . . . . Remsens Lan R. F. D., Oyster Bay, New York . . . . 3115 Raeford ' ad, Fayetteville, North Carolina . . . . . . 1612 Maple ' venue, Owensboro, Kentucky . . . . 9213 Eve reen Drive, Parma 29, Ohio . . . . . . 7 Park treet, Morrisville, Vermont . . . . . . . 1104 Sev e Place, Orlando, Florida .. . 67 Mill Street, ew Britain, Connecticut .. .................. lerain, North Carolina Box 8, Yerington, Nevada 134 Roxen Road, Rockvi - Centre, New York . . . . . 5773 Azalea Garden Road, rfolk 13, Virginia 5624 Massachusetts Avenue, Extd., Wa ington 16, D. C. Phill' s, Gordon B. .................... 832 Forest Avenue, X ilmette, Illinois Pie e, Roger C. .................... Box 736, R. D. 2, Allen e, New Jersey Pi point, Charles C., III .... ..... 1 865 Orchid Street Sa sota Florida P' tone, Joseph D. ........ .... 2 1 Alabama Avenue, Paterson, New jersey Pi er, Ernest G. ........ . . . 4 Pembrey Place, Wilmington , Delaware Plageman, Gerard H. ...... .. . 1021 Baldwin Road, Richmon Virginia Plummer, Edward L., Jr. .... ...... 5 17 Buckner Street, Maysville, entucky Poovey, Robert L., III .... .... 5 19 East Street, Albemarle, North arolina Poterala, Robert ...... .. . 328 Club Drive, Salisbury, North n rolina 189 CADET ROSTER Potter, Sam, Jr. ................................ Box 804, Lynch, K ucky K 'ce, Edgar, III .... 735 Sligo Avenue, Apartment 303, Silver Spring, ryland Pr tt, Louis B., II ............ 1543 Rugby Avenue, Charlottesvill irginia Push , Frederic, III .......... 27159 VVest River Road, Grosse I , Michigan Pyne, hn J., Jr. ..... ............................ . ' 4 ie, Virginia Randall, Rob t P. .... 718 Chestnut Street, Pittsburg 2, Pennsylvania Rasch, Lawren - C. ...... ....... 4 C1 North Hambden St et, Chardon, Ohio Rawlings, Willia - J. ................ 37 Linda Drive, Real, Robert W. . ........ Calle 14 108, Entre 1 Y 3, Reddicks, William L 3rd ...... 2206 Walton Avenue, Reeves, William G. .. ............... 12915 Chippew Reichenecker, Andre J. ........... Apartado 1546, Ro ester 16, New York amar, Havana, Cuba uelield, West Virginia Road, Brecksville, Ohio aracas, Venezuela, S. A. Reynolds, H. Dale ..... . 615 West College Stre , Canonsburg, Pennsylvania Reynolds, Larry A. ...... ...... R . F. D. 2, Bo 489, Princess Anne, Virginia Richard, F. William ....... .................. . Box 48, Bethel, Connecticut Richard, Newton M., III .... . I-Iq. ARDC, Bo 533, Andrews Air Force Base, Washington 25, D. C. Ricketts, W. John ........ cfo ' V. P. M., ungei Gerong, Sumatra, Indonesia Rini, Richard G. ...... 3026 Was 'ngton B levard, Cleveland Heights 18, Ohio Rittenmeyer, Harold E. ........ 'C Wyo ing Avenue, Kingston, Pennsylvania Ritter, Daniel P. .......... 5 The '.' cks, Roslyn Estates, L. I., New York Roberts, Yorke A., Jr. .............. ' 6 Hathaway Road, Richmond, Virginia Robertson, John ............ 2721 lar Street, N. W., Washington 7, D. C. Rogers, Patterson, III . . . Rollins, John W., Jr. . . .. Rosazza, Karl K. ..... . Rose, Victor R. . . . . . . . . . .Z L ington Road, Richmond 26, Virginia . .. . . 16 ' Bayview Avenue, Lewes, Delaware . . o. L, St Regt. Tars, Fort Knox, Kentucky .. . 105 M berry Drive, Metairie, Louisiana Rosen, David D. ..... ..... . 23513 Fair nt Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio Rosenberg, John S. .. ...... ................ . .. Hillcrest, Troy, Alabama Rossini, Francis V. ........ Roszmann, Henry .. 5 ew Route 21, Box , Masontown, Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . R. R. 3, Wa ington Court House, Ohio Roths, John B. ...... ........ 4 112 Culver St et, Kensington, Maryland Roy, Robert L., Jr. . . . Rubio, Gerardo ...... Bay Head, New Jersey . . . . . . . . Apartado 3867, . acas, Venezuela, S. A. Rucker, William W. . .. ..................... Box A I' Bedford, Virginia Rufin, Pierre ..... .. . 647 Newman Avenue, New K leans 21, Louisiana Russell, James H. 4316 Hawthorne Avenue, .. s Verdes Estates, Russell, Roy J. . . . Santaella, Guill o .... Palos erdes, California . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Mola o Madrid, Spain . . . . Norte Plaza Panteon 3, Caracas, Ve uela, S. A. Sapp, Lewi ....... .................. P . O. Box 249, Jas r, Florida Sarner, Mart' P. . . . . . . . . . 71-59 166 Street, Flushing, L. I., w York Savale, Pet E. ..... ....... 44 0 Page Terrace, South Orange. Ne Jersey Scalleat, P co C. ............... 594 Harrison Street, Hazleton, Penns. vania Schafer, ' rederic H. .......... 322 Franklin Street, Mount Airy, North Car ina Schaup r, Arthur H. .... 727 Berkshire Road, Grosse Pointe Park 30, Michi Schei arold ................... 123 Valentine Lane, Yonkers, New Yor Schi g, Otis A. ........................ 205 Storer Avenue, Akron 2, Ohio Sc 'tz, David B. ...... 1510 West Market Street, Greensboro, North Carolina A impff, Steven H. .......... 4602 Beechwood Road, College Park, Maryland Schmandt, Albert .............. 122-A Hillside Avenue, Hillside, New Jersey Schoenweitz, Douglas A. . . . .. . 89 Suburba Avenue, Rochester 17, New York 190 Schrock, Theordore S. .. Schultz, John V., Jr. . . . Schwartz, arold ....... Schwartz se h A , p . ...... . Schwartzschi i J. William Selden, Joseph ., Ill . . . Sergeant, C. Do las, Jr. Shenton, Howard . . . . . Sherman, Howard III Showker, David S., II . . . Shylock, William R. . . . Simmons, Leslie W., Jr. . Simpson, Willis W. .... . Skinner, Thomas A. .... . Skriloif, Stanley C. . . . . Slater, Thomas C. ..... . Slemons, E. Gaynor .... Slemons, William M., III Smith, Charles A. ..... . Smith, Robert T., Smith Warren D. ..... . IV CADET ROSTER 610 Luzerne Street, Johnstown, Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . . . 4760 Wolf Road, Erie, Pennsylv nia . 64-67 229 Street, Bayside, L. I., New ork . . . . . . . . 645 South Lincoln Avenue, Sale Ohio . . . 102 West Hillcrest Avenue, Richmond, f irginia . . . 30 Mohegan Road, West Acton, Ma achusetts . . . . . . . . . . Tony Tank Lane, Salisbur , Maryland . . .. . . . . . 2713 Robins Street, Endic , New York 112 Vue De Lean Street, Camb dge, Maryland Box 141, Cr gsville, Virginia .. 955 Valley Avenue, S. E., W hington 20, D. C. . . . . . . 1514 Runnymede Road orfolk 5, Virginia 5 Maple Hill Drive, archmont, New York . 10 West Marshall Street, . ristown, Pennsylvania -41 Cromwell Crescent, ' ego Park 74, New York . . . 350 Tioga Stre Johnstown, Pennsylvania .. 1200 Country V ub Drive, Orlando, Florida . . . . . . 1200 Countr lub Drive, Orlando, Florida . . . .. Box 67 R. D. 2, Newton, New Jersey 3611 N th Albe rle Street, Arlington 7, Virginia S Quin Street, Merrick, L. I., New York Smither, Jerry W. ...... U. .. 82 Coleman Road, Richmond, Virginia Snyder, James W. ..... . Sobie, Casimir A. Sonstein, Larry . S ahr Thomas F. P , Spigel, Stephen S. . .. . . . Randolph Roa ox 602, Thomasville, North Carolina 3 0 Jackson Road, Chagrin Falls, Ohio ......... I ., ' Sz E., F. E. A., Fort Lee, Virginia R. R. 3, Tipton, Indiana 4556 ' gyle Ter ce, N. W., Washington 11, D. C. Spriggs, William L. ....... ........... . .. Box 67, Reedville, Virginia Stant, George M., Jr. .... 616 Irvington ' venue, Bethesda 14, Maryland Staunch, G. Richard ....... ...... 7 38 High treet, Newark 2, New Jersey Steele, Lawrence B., III 453 Walnut A enue, Waynesboro, Virginia Stephens, Thomas W. .... Route 1, Box 5, Hot Springs, Arkansas Stevens, Ralph M. ...... . .... N. W. Fifth Stre , Boynton Beach, Florida Stewart-Magee, Sumner . ............ cfo District ngr., USA Engr. Distr., APO 205, cfo P ', New York, New York Stich, Ralph J. ...... ......... 7 711 Jeannette Street, ew Orleans, Louisiana Stirling, Robert B. . . 675 Orchard Avenue, Bellevue, Pitts urgh 2, Pennsylvania Stolk, Henrique J. ......... Apartado 4189, Puerto La C z, Venezuela, S. A. Stoner, Howard , Jr. .......... 2740 Fort Scott Drive, A ington 2, Virginia Storey, James R ....... . . . . . 307 Morehead Avenue, Durh , North Carolina Strauel, Theod e W. ...... 496 Hempstead Avenue, Malverne, . I., New York Stuve, Willia ' F. ..... . . . . . . . . . . 3429 Brookview Boulevard arma 29 Ohio Sunner, Geo e A. .............. 947 Dallet Road, Pittsburgh 2 Pennsylvania Sutherland, i' obert L. ................ 6963 Crestview Drive, Br ksville, Ohio Sutton, F derick I., III .... 1101 North Queen Street, Kinston, N th Carolina Sweetin eter G. G. .......... East Bay Street, P. O. Box 498, Na au, N. P., Taber, Benjamin, C. .... . Bahama B. W. I. 119 Garfield Road Aurora Ohio Talbot, James A. .......................... Pepperridge Drive, Geneva, hio Taliaferro, Edwin M., Jr. .... Spy Hill, Tetotum, King George County, Virg 'a Taylor, Charles O. .. . Edgewater Avenue, Edgewater Park, Beverly, New Jersey Taylor, J. Scott ........ 1725 38th Street S E , Washin ton 20, D. C. . . . . . - . . , . . g' Taylor, Zachary, .II .......... 4310 North Henderson Road, Arlington, Virginia omason, Melvin F., Jr. . . . . . . . . 2304 Peabody Drive, Falls Church, Virginia 191 Timmons, W. Sidney .... Torre Hector M. . . . Trocon , Ramiro J. . . . Tsucala Chris J. .... . Tupper, erry A. ...... . .. . . . . 229 East Beverley Street, Sta ton, Virginia Turbyville, . Rodger . CADET ROSTER .. . 105 North Division Street, Ocean City, Maryland . . . . . . . . . . . . Torres Building, Ponce, Pu 0 Rico . . . Apartado Correos 2126, Caracas, Venez - a, S. A. . . . . 29 Highland Avenue, Jersey City 6, ew jersey . . . . . . . . . . . . 241 Taylor Street, Stau on, Virginia Univerzagt, 'lliam S. .... 7001 Woodland Avenue, Pittsb h 2, Pennsylvania Urbany, Edwa 1 C., jr. ........ Box 111, R. D. 1, Gre sboro, Pennsylvania Vance, James D. . . ................... Quarters If , Fort Belvoir, Virginia Vandervoort, Benja F., 11 .. 511 North Overlook Drive, Alexandria, Virginia Velde, Thomas L. . .. Vengoechea, julio A. . Viault, George B. . . . . Volack, Charles A., Jr. Wade, Richard S. . . . . Wagstaff, John W., Jr. Ware, Roger P. ..... . Warner, David R., Jr. Warnken, Michael D. . Webb, Wilfred B., Jr. Weiman, Steven L. . . . . Wescott, Thomas M. . 40 Par ay,Drive, Rye, NewYork . . . . . . . . . Box 413 Maracaibo, Venezuela, S. A. . . . . . . . x 85, Gaithersburg, Maryland . . . . . . . R. D. 3, Dallas, Pennsylvania . . . . . . . 4 W anch, Star Route, Libby, Montana . . . 9447 R' ge Boulevard, Brooklyn 9, New York Wagenbach, Thomas E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boyd Street, Chase City, Virginia . .... ' 15 B Grierson, Fort Huachuca, Arizona . . . 5 2 Cromwell Drive, Washington 16, D. C. . . 4506 Eighth Street, Riverside, California . . . ................. Fort Defiance, Virginia .. . " Orchid Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. Belle Haven,V1rg1n1a Westley, Michael V. . .. ..... ..... 09 Corrinne Street, Midland, Michigan Wheeland, Robert, Jr. Wheeling, Larry D. .. White, Charles L., 111 Whitehead, William W. . . Whitley, James W. . . . Wilensky, Stewart E. . Wilkes, Nolan R., Jr. Wilkinson, Charles E Wilks, Robert J. .. .. Williams, W. Ray ld Williamson, Jose . E. Wills, Charles ichard Wilson, Tho s D. .. Winnefeld, rl H. ... . Witter, Jac on L. .. Wolfe, 1 illiam C. .. Wood, obert M. . . . . Wrig , Carl C. ...... . Wu acher, Tuck . .. Yeakley john M. . . . . . . . . . 7 4 North edford Drive, Beverly Hills, California 08 Laurel treet, Winston-Salem, North Carolina f .. 209 spfin Street, Thomasville, North Carolina . . . . . Old Wo d Road, Morris Plains, New Jersey . . . . . . . . . . . 37 scent Road, Madison, New Jersey . . . . 136-30 Sanfo e Avenue, Flushing 55, New York P. O. Box427,Iasper, Florida R. F. D. 1, Bedford, Virginia . . . . . . . . . 510 Sem ole Drive, Erie, Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . 249 Brockenbrau Court, Metairie, Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . Box 230 Arabian American Oil Co., Dhahran, Saudi Arabia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1607 Elizabe Street, Pueblo, Colorado .. . . 590 Windsor Road, Xsheville, North Carolina Box 91, Dover, Newjersey . . . . . . . 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CADET ROSTER . . . . 210 East Gaston, Greensboro, Nort arolina . . . . . . 7470 Valley Villas Drive, Par . 29, Ohio . . . . 3210 Grove Avenue, Richm d, Virginia Junior School . . . . . . . . . . . . . 708 Boulev rd, Gainesville, Florida . . .. 8617 Lancaster Dri , Bethesda 14, Maryland . . . . . 6 Ives Dri , Huntington, West Virginia . . .. 114 Interval Street, Quincy, Massachusetts . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Cedarbrook, Toledo 6, Ohio . . . . . . . . . . Route 6, Hagerstown, Maryland . . . ..... Intervale, Swoope, Virginia oute 5, Box 288, Fairfax, Virginia 7400 Lux Lane, Rockville, Maryland . . '11 ennyson Avenue, Winchester, Virginia . . . . . . . . Cashel Farm, Purcellville, Virginia . . . . 15 ' 'sher Street, Needham, Massachusetts . . 3 Edge ood Drive, Wilmington 3, Delaware . . 703 West 7 Street, Wilmington 2, Delaware . . . . 95 Sum er Street, Everett, Massachusetts . . . . . . . . . . . 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Winchester Street, Warrenton, Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . P. . Box 472, Latrobe, Pennsylvania .. . 45 outh Aven , Longmeadow 6, Massachusetts . . . ...... 1612 .. view Avenue, Lewes, Delaware . . Route 23, Box U Newfoundland, New Jersey NorthMad1son,Oh1o .. . lll Lakeview Drive, lairsville, Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . 8 Cooper Roa Scarsdale, New York . . . . . 6124 North 11th Stre , Arlington, Virginia . . . . 506 Cavalier Drive, Vir 'nia Beach, Virginia . . . 98 Lincoln Park, Longmeadow t Massachusetts .. . 814 Upland Road, West Palm B ch, Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Berryland Farm, Oakt - Virginia . . . . 3301 South Church Avenue, Tampa ' Florida . . . 23 East Stanton Avenue, Baldwin, N . York ' illiams, Harrison, III .... ........................ L eesburg, 1 ginia V ise, Ian B. D. ......... . . . 15th Air Transport Squadron CHQ, Box 332, Dover Air Force Base, Dover, Delaware 194 SICK CALL IIN llllls pl IL XXLIII lu mulnt Nl Ymiwlllwlmwllx tum ll 195 MID-YEAR GRADUATES Bark mic: Howard Coycr, Raul Segovia Ifrmzi roiv: john licll, Philip C1l1'llCCi, Glenn Trzligcl' Our Home .................. And Your Home 196 COMPLIMENTS OF THE BROWN-BROCKMEYER COMPANY of Dayton, Ohio and its subsidiary companies THE DOOR-LIF T COMPANY DAYTON I, OHIO ' and THE NATIONAL GEAR CORPORATION WILMINGTON, OHIO MANUFACTURERS OF ' "A-LINEWRJ quality motors for more than a third of a century ' Custom-built motors for special purpose applications 9 Complete line of gearmotors - right angle and parallel 0 Hospital bed operators for existing beds o Extensive line of tool grinders and buffers - bench and pedestal ' Residential and commercial automatic garage door operators 9 Fine, precision cut gears for all purposes ' Efficient, dependable speed reduction units ' Quiet, smoothly operating floor machines Detailed information on request MANUFACTURING PLANTS AT DAYTON, OHIO WASHINGTON GH., OHIO WILMINGTON, OHIO J. E. SHIPPLETT CLEANING 81 DYE WORKS CLEANING ........ PRESSING ........ DYEING MOUNT SIDNEY VIRGINIA ' l I I THE M. H. 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