US Naval Academy and Preparatory School - Cruise Yearbook (Newport, RI)

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W H-2-Vf' -My :WSW MV, J W V '5-Ff"7 'Y' VV V"f:'gg.:x --fi-Lf, ,J - 2 is V ...Z ww AVezV.V,V .V-V-ff' ,-Vx ,Q -L i"Xf5m?5V1 'EAM if fy. V . 22VV . +5 - m. .V av . -QVSMVE THE CRUISE OF THE U. S. NAVAL SCHOCL ACADEMY AND COLLEGE PREPARATCRY 1949 Newport, Rhode Island 1950 :WZL3,a,iffZ-'Biz i"l'T.IiBY'Z?W gg S22 i xiii? .wr Wgmk. A39 v. Wm 5, Q04 A 1 A E: - exgszia: Q .. g:f::Q": :5: ' -an .-4. X 1 1 le6bCl1leJ fo llA.e C5155 of If HAVE completed an iinportant step in our chosen path to success. VVC have worked hard, overcome inany obstacles, and learned inore than we may even realize. But we have also had our share of enjoyment, We have led a full, active existence, conibin- ing every desirable facet of a inost worthwhile cruise. Hence it is natural that wc should wish to preserve for ourselves, and for those who have followed our careers, a record of our endeavors. Irlere, then, in our yearbook we wish to recapitulate the seasons events. You will see our organizational set-up and our leaders. our acadeniie administrators and faculty, and our guidance and discipli- nary staffs. You will see us at work - formations, inspections, drills, watches, studies, exams, you will see us at play - varsity and intra- niural sports, activities, ganies, dances. And we shall see, perhaps with a touch of nostalgia, how we spent the first phase in our tran- sition froni enlisted nian to officer in the United States Navy. THE CRUISE - 1950. Published annually by the stu .lents of the U. S. Naval School, :Xculum ind College Pre paratory, Newport, R. l. Editor - P. 'l'. Chase. Business hlanager - C. M. Cantrell. Editorial Staff: C. VV. Shorey, R. L. Dennis, lf. Lyding, C, E. OH, XY. l'l. Lord, ll. K. Spilcer, R X loxylu D lor es V. Scalisi, ll. A. Danncnbrink, E. C. 'l'yrcll, N. .X. David, T. Ehoodin, N. l'1. Stephenson, T. E. lliggins C ll Bltche er XYhitehead. Business Staff - D, M. llennesscc. XY. S. Ranrseur, ll. D. Ehoodin, Xl. li. Stephenson, 'lf lil. lllgglns C, ll Bitche r R. Nl. Scslcr, R. P. Street, R. XY, Baruth. Faculty Advisers - Pins. R. F. Iortbcrg, lins. D. XY, Cammack. ADMINISTR TIO i it l Rl+l.XR .XDMIRAL T. R. COOLEY The officers and men of the Naval Academy Pre- paratory School were welcomed aboard by Rear Admir- al Thomas R. Cooley, Commander of the U. S. Naval Base, Newport, Rhode Island, ln his address just prior to the start of academics the Admiral expressed the hope that during our stay here, we might come to appreciate the pleasant atmosphere of the city of New- port and the surrounding area. Admiral Cooley, a native Californian, graduated from the U. Naval Academy in March, 1917. He reported immediately to the battleship, USS Florida. remaining on her throughout VVorld VVar I and par- ticipating in the surrender of the German High Seas Fleet. In the recent war, the Admiral commanded the USS Alniaack from 1941 to llliil-1Q42, the USS Wasliiiigtoii from April 1944, to November, 1944, and was then elevated to the rank of Rear Admiral, becoming Commander Battleship Division SIX. After the peace Rear Admiral Cooley held several more interesting sea duty flag commands, before being ordered to his position here at the Naval Base. Now that NAPS has joined the base, we look to his leader- ship as we work and discover the pleasant atmosphere of Newport he commended to us. I O 0 4 O CAPTAIN XY, V. HAMILTON As Commanding Officer, U. S. Naval 'l'raining Station, Newport, R. l., Captain VV. V. Hamilton, provides logistics support for the Naval VVar College, the Ceneral Line School, the Naval Academy' Prepar- atory School. and other Base activities. The Captain QUSNA, Class of 'zij spent the early part of his naval career on board destroyers, be- coming commander of tl1e USS Claxton in 1937. Then he had several interesting shore assignments, taking the iunior course at the Naval VVar College, teaching the U, S. Naval Academy, duty in the Navy Depart- the time of the Pearl Har- the staff of COIIIVTHSRFOICC- One until 1943. Later in 1944 he assumed command of the USS Astoria which he kept throughout the' re- mainder of the war. ordnance and gunnery at and serving two tours of ment at VVashington. At bor attack he was there on Since the war Captain Hamilton served as Chief of Staff to the Commander of Naval Forces Mediter- ranean, and in April 1946 he set up the Armed Forces Staff College at Norfolk, Virginia. On IQ june 1949, Captain Hamilton took over his present post, and he with Admiral Cooley, re- ceived NAPS as we moved llltl October. 1 l MESSAGE FROM OUR CAPTAIIN' Arlen, our first year at Newport, Rhode ls land, l1as bee11 tilled with "Rocks and Shoals", 1101 the least of which has lJCCIl your final goal, tl1e entrance exanriuations. The initial ruove fronr Bainbridge, the hurried setting 11p of elass- es, the chilly classrooms, t11e distracting study conditions. t11e difficulties i11 obtaining athletic eornpetition, the awlcvvardness of becoming aef quainted with tl1e young ladies i11 this area, and tl1e "winterizing program" have all l7CCll enough to try our souls. But throughout the e11tire year you have performed like seasored troopers, and to all of you I gratefully say, "XVell Done!" To the successful earididates who go U11 to t11e Naval Academy and to those who return to the Fleet, I assure you' that yo11 vyill always be a part of 11s. Good luelc 2l1lCl happy sailing in your future 'tCrnise." L. A. BRYAN, Connnander, U. S. N. A'l'o get you into the Naval Aeadeniy '... H Vllith those seven vvords in his opening address to us, Connnander Bryan announced his mission as Connnanding Officer of U.S. Naval School, Academy and College Preparatory. 'l'hroughout the academic year vvith zeal and understanding he pointed all activities of the school tovvard that goal. Connnander Bryan, though first a ineniber of the class of 1928 at the University of Kentucky. matriculated xvith niuch success at the U. S. Naval Academy, graduating in iqgz, llis four years there were highlighted by being elected class president, COMNl.XNDl'1R L. .X. BRYXN being appointed regimental eonnnander, and nialcf ing the varsity crevv and football squad. liven af- ter graduation he worked in Naval Academy activ- ities, as he coached the plebe football teain for live years, and then helped eoach the varsity foot- ball teani one year. During the vvar Connnander Bryan served as executive officer of the USS Duncan, Connnand- ing Otliicer of the USS Shnbriclf, and Conunand- ing Oflieer of the USS Blue. CD11 these ships he participated in several engagements i11 the Bled- itcrranean and Pacific areas. llere at Nevvport vve have conie to knovv Coni- niander Bryan. with his chala lenging background, fOI'CCflll personality. and exemplary rnilitary bearing, as a respect- ed leader, guiding us to, and hi111self living by. the finest qualities of a naval oflicer. N.Xl'S - 'l'hough by no nieans attractive. vvith'in the walls of these 1141141011110 buildings the facts ex' plained by tevt hooks and teachers xvere transplanted from print and lectures into our gray rnatter. Lt. Cdr. K. Steen, executive officer. Une detinition ot the term "executive" is: any person charged with putting laws or plans into etteet. Lieutenant Commander Kenneth Steen, as Executive Ofhcer, fuliills this definition. Previous to his enrollment at the U. S. Navf al Academy, Lt. Cdr. Steen attended the Uni- versity ot Michigan tor one year. During his so- journ at Annapolis, he held a position on the football squads of '38, YBQ, and l4o. A graduate of the Hrst class to be accelerated because of the war emergency, he received his commission on j February 1941. llis entire vvar time career consisted of dutv on board destroyers, the small but miglitv "tin-cans" of tl1e fleet. ln October, 1947, he vvas ordered to the Bureau of Naval Personnel, where l1e ser- and ved as director ot the Nledal and Avvards Divi- sion tor fifteen months. ln lanuarv, 1949, he came to NAPS as XVcltare and Recreation Oili- ccr, and in October vvas named Executive Officer. ln this final capacitv xve have been proud to know and follovv him. I TERNA ORG NIZATIO During the past academic year, the heavy wheel of administration rolled steadily along its chartered course, giving organization and pro- gress to our ulife at NAPSN. The commanding otHcer was, ot course, the hub, but his executive oflicer was his munber one supervisor. Then fol- lovvcd the spreading chain of command, led bv men pictured in this section. 'I'l1e areas of life represented bv each one of them, vvhen summed up. gave us our evcrv dav activities. From academ- ics to athletics. phvsical health to spiritual sc- curitv, and battalion routines to personnel prob- lems, thcrc vvas ellicient machinery set up to handle our needs. Cdr. G. R. Iohnston, doctor. l.t. Cdr. l,. ll. llrcnning, dentist. ,,,,, ,,g H. ljgi 'lf S11lliv1111 :md I1 11551 II, XX, llcmllucw, pcrsc11111cl c1fHccrs. .nn- C, L. XICCl1cc, 11L'z1clc111ic dircctor . ,' " 1, xx'Qlf111'c 111141 rcQ1cz1tic111 0 ccr. li. S. I31'm111. 1911111111011 OH:Il'L'l', Q G - C'1tl1r1l1p C,l111pl:1111, Cdr. It .X. HllI'kL'. C,l1C,., U P11111-s'-1111 cfllllpllllll. IA, U. XX L'Ivu1', C,l1C,., U. ACADEMICS . . . Academic Yeoinen Left-D. A. Petersen, YN3. Right - ls. C. Tyrrell, YNQL Bl. .X. David. YNQ, Each touch of a key, each turn of the mimco- graph machine brought forth blood. syycat, and tears from the besieged studentsg for these were the men who typed and printed the departmen- tal and marking period examinations. 'l'op - Nr. C. L. XlcChec. Director of the .Xcademic Department, pictur- ed xyhile conducting one of his many personal discussions with hopeful Nayal .Xcadciny candidates Bottom - l,t. Cdr. Xl. C. Suppa, US- NR, Assistant Di- rector of the Aca- demic Department. l8l The curriculum of the U. S. Naval School. Academy and College Preparatory was designed with but one purpose in mind: success on the annual Nayal Academy entrance examinations in April. 'l'hough the examination is based on the nor- mal, accredited high school education, scyeral factors make the test extremely difficult. Each examination requires a thorough knoyylcdge of the theoretical and practical applications of the subject, and makes strict demands for speed and accuracy. ln twenty-Hyc yyeeks the school must prepare its approximately four hundred prospcctiyc mid- shipmcn. ln that short period complete and comprehensive courses in linglish grammar and composition. English and American literature. geometry, trigonoinetry, elementary and advan- ced algebra. physics, and American history must be presented to and digested by each student. Of necessity the course inoyes at such an accelerated pace, that students failing to maintain a satisf factory academic mark must be disenrolled. Though unpleasant be this attrition, it is essen- tial so as not to hinder the progress of classmates. To a privileged few the course was a snap, but the majority of the 'Class of 'gon will liken the innumerable quizzes and the long hours of study to an old salt's tale of a weary yoyage across stormy and troubled waters. Those of us who could breast the storm, howcyer, could feel con- fident that our chances for success on the en- trance exams were highly favorable, if not as- sured. VGLI Why was it the lfnglish L'XLllllllliIllOlIS ,nwsns canne lmclx eoxeiecl with teal eioss- nuzn'l4s7 XX'z1s the pzitient, helptnl Dt, Ielqll ot the l'l1lNSl'OOlII the sinne exil Xlr. Ilule who wielclecl El iecl peneil with sneh clexus tziting etleets? Slnclents wept Llilll fQllllSllCCl then' teeth, tot though then' ettoits were cliligent, the exttii instrnetion and night stitch' tosteis were :ilwzns long LlllCl cliseouiziging. ist lit, lliillon ilncl the l1lSl'l'llClOl'S ot the llnglish l7epzn'tinent were cletenninecl that the aspiring young eiincliclzites nnclei' their eine wonlcl, upon eonipleting the eonrse at NAXPS. he ptotieient in the ants of gmiiiiiign iincl litei'iitni'e. XYluit with those clitlieult theines. vague iezicling eoinpiellension tests, spelling iincl voeiiliiilgin clrills, confusing lit- etziix' ninnes, :incl Above all those ligiiissplitb ting gmiiiiimi' sentences, the lsnglish clepzirtinent, with llC1NLlIlCllI1g attention, pre, pineal ns tor oin' supieine ettort in April. 'I 'op -- Iu, B. l .i liot toin ff llhdit Hoy! lllll going to throw the hook git theni, ist lt llon, US X l C. nlepziitinei it heiicl, - z.4oo eh? Bilge hiinl ol iniik Lt. lisgl ll, Xl. RlL'llLlI'ClS, liistinetors 3 lfns. XX . Shoe ei, lCns. ll XY. Czninnziclx 1 lx-rg. 4, l,ns R, Nl Xlillei' llns R l" I I nient heady, lfns. Il, YY. Iesse lt Lia! VK O, Glenn. ALGEBR A'Are there any questions on last nights homework assignment? None. VVell then. I have a few questions to ask you. 'lake ont a peneil and a pieee of paper." So would say the algebra instruetor after entering the elassrooni. Ile also seenied prone to assert eontinnally that the ClCP2ll'fIllCllt'S examinations were easy. But with equal fervor, the student hodi' was prone to voiee its definitely opposite and contrary opinions. Lt. Cdr. Snppa and his stalt of instruetors were faeed with the problem of getting some four hundred and titty of us to ahsorh a two year algebra course in hut seven short months. Knowing the ty pe of questions found on the Naval Aeadenn' entranee examinations. they set np their tests aeeordingly, and in that perspective the elass of 'go expresses its appreciation. A hard preparation led to a sneeesstnl perforinanee. 1- , f ,,,, , , lnstrnrtors 5 l,ns. ll. l . Shea Lt, Cdr. Xl. C. Snppa tdepart Rainnie, and not sliown, Lt, rig! Q. Xl A'l7onn two elielas and left three elielis windrge C Xlr. xxlillllllllyll ,X seene eonnnon in the .aen llni I xiorlsed it last night. sir, lmmgg I11sl1'111lc11x 7 I'llN C I Cor clci. ist ll li I lumix US NIC, tclcpiitllii-inf licncll. I.t. lyfgl l,. IXI. IIIIU. lm S XI '1l.1ll1.1111s, .mil IIIS I ll Illlll GEOMETRY AND TRIG. 'l'i111c: Ifriclay zlftcmoon. lllziccz Gcuzncfry class. lizstrizcforz I do not wisli to clchucl Il'O1ll your lilncrty time. Init for Mciiiclaifs class you will do prolmlciiis 11. ig. 15. zz. 1111cl 2' from tlic gccniictri' x1'o1'lQsl1ccl. p1'ol1lc111s Q, 5. f. S. 12. llllll ig frmii flic l1'1g011o111Ctry' wmlisliccf. zmcl IDIYJIJICIHS 1. 4. 5. z111cl f O11 pagc .16 ol Ciiitiss giml Xloulfoii. Stuclciifsz B11tSi1l lnstriicforz Section lciiclcr. clismisa tlic class. 'I'l1is scciic might well Inc cgillccl A"l'l1c lrzigccly of tlic Lost XXYCCIQCIICIHZ liowk cx'c1'. tlic gcoiiictry and t1'igc111c1111ct1'y scctimis of the Naval .Xcziclciiiy ciitrziiicc cx11111i1111fio11s lacing cxtrciiicli' clilliciill. Ll tough cmirsc of i11st1'11ctio11 is 11l1sol11tcly 11cccss111'y. Illllilllgll wc arc still Ill QI stulc of almsoliilc cxl11111stio11 frcmi wrestling with flicsc sulajccfs for Hvc iimrkiiig pcriocls. wc muster cimugli sfrcngtli to my A"I'l1z111lc 1011. M11 liiiczisf' 0111111-. mmm- XII. limuixg 14111 unli lvilgccl tliirtx pci' LQIII of llic wli . . W , . XIV wflfliw HUWI ffllfl NIC IIUY isiiilvizg iruzmcl, Xxllillx tlic' iuiwii. Luffiiig wft7 ?L 4 Will it CXPl0ClC7 Sif? Klondav morning blues. Seated - Lt. fig! R, E linrigh Qdepartinent headj, lit. ljgj E. lh lriclaev. Standing 7 lfns. R. I llarris, Lt. Ijgij R. C. lohnson, lin: .X. C. Perkins, lllns. R. 'If Dempsey PHYSICS hlanufacturers of lifts and hoists should hasten with all possible speed to the Naval Academy Preparatory School. 'l'he Department of Phvsics, in devising one of its fiendish problems, invented a four ton elevator capable of rising at the astounding rate of 4,685 feet per second. Can any other school. whether civilian :ir niilitarv, boast of such an iinaginativc group of physicists as drcxv up this one? l'he Class of 'go will never forget the last xvcck before thc Christmas holidavs. when such problems were the order of thc dav. Yea, though we flonndered -- in the sea of joules, ions, electrons, ergs, dvncs, ohms. calories, and frequencies - the stcadving hand of Lt. Qjgj lflnright at the lhelm, and thc guiding channel lights pointed ont bv his capable assistants, brought ns toward our chosen port: the Naval Academy phvsics qualification. fizl lHSfI'lIC'fOl'S - Ilfiis. XY. XICNiitt. luiis. XX, H, Ho Iziciwcliiit-, Lt. tjgil R, FI. Howe tdcpziitiiiuiit hczidb. :md Nils. IH, Boggs. pkiiis. lhiis. R. Slzishiiig LINYQIX. .Xht Nerds mic thzit will stump thc V i HISTORY A iizixui officer must kiicm' thc wherc, whcii, wliy, ziiid how of this giciit tlciiiocixicyg hciicc. thc 'tpowcrs that hc" sotciimhi pmcliiiiiicd, "'l'hci'c shiih hc 21 Ucpnrtiiiclit of History tit thu Nzivzil Aczidciiiy Pi'Cpgii'zitoi'y School, iiiid that dcpzirtmciit shall hc rcspoiisihlc tm' t1'lSi'iHilI,Q into Cach Amizipolis Caiiididzltc 21 tlirimiigli kiiowlccigc of the history Lmd hzic'kgi'0ii1id of the Uiiitcd Stzltcs ot iXiiiCriczi." As timc mis im cxci' pitcicms qiuiiitity, l.t. ijgi Ilowc, thc dcpzirtiiiciit hcud. jziiiiiiicd thc tlirottlc glgzliiist the torwmd cxttcmity of the qiizldmiit, amd thc coursc pmt-ccclcd zihmg its niciiy Way. ,X pcrsoii who dropped his pencil might miss out IJII thc history ot two oi' thrcc iicliiiiiiistiuitioiis, l.ct us not discuss thosc poor iiiifmtiiiiiitcs who had to lciivc thc chiss rormi to shiiipcii their pciicils. 'though iiuiiiy SfllCiC.llfS hchcxcd that the tcxthriok was oiitmodcd. thc dcpziit- nciit did ll Illklglliiilfllf joh of cmichitiiig thc xmiriiis Qliglptcrs amd prcsciitcd ll .vcll-ccmstructcd, pi'ogi'cssix'c coiiisc. tigt THEBTT L10 i Capt. I". lf. Sealieek, USMC, assistant hattalion olhcer, dis' ciplinc officer, and ist coni- pany ofhcer, discusses one or the day's prohlenrs with l.t. S. Brown. hattalion olticcr. HEADQUARTERS One of the inost difficult jobs at NAPS this year was the handling ot the battalion otlice. liyen under normal conditions the job is a ditheult one, but this year because of the rnoyernent frorn Bainbridge to Newport, the job was inade even more arduous. Heading the staff of thc oflicc were Lt. 'Sain Brown. who had scyeral years NAPS duty hchind hinr. and his assistant, Xlarinc Captain Frank Scabcclc. who was new, strict, and popular. Captain Scahcck, who had the unpleasant hut necessary job of enforcing school discipline, also cornnrandecl thc ist conipany. Ens. Wlelslr connnandcd the zndg lflns. Rose the grclg and Lt. lAj.g,j lcnlcins the 4th. The hlarines in charge of the Battalion clerical duties did an adinirahlc joh keeping the oflice functioning sinoothly. Batt. oflice enlisted stall - Xl Sgt, R, R, lieaty. Xl Sgt. C. 'If Cole. and Student Batt. oflicers -l'1'I': VV. P, Anderson X' l"'l'r XX' l XID nil S Sgt. ll. Montague. ll,r Il. Dean, . . ,. Q a 1 . s 2' 5 FORM TIO 'l'he lIllllOIllS tlrst great mmxgrl otheer. lohrr lllllll lorres. orree xxrote, ult is hx no 111e1111s enough that ill! omeer of the Nutr should he :I Cillllllilk' lllLll'lllC1'. lle should he that of eourse, hut also ll great' dezrl more. lle should he 11s well il gerrtlerrrrm ot hhergrl echrezrtiorr, l'CldIlCCl 111111111er-.. purretihorls eorrrtesj, amd the rlieest sense of persorrqrl honor." lil short. the Llllll ot the lgillltlllflll Ufhee was to Assist the studerrt to qrurlrty for the Qlhove qrrotrltiozr. 'lhouglr tlt times it was deemed rleeessury to 111ete out seem' rrrgh' lmrezrsorrgrhle prrrrrslrmerrts, or errforee appur- Qmth' urrexpheuhle rules, Cl2ll'S 2lllC2lCl should elzrrify our douhts. With irrereusirrg Illillllfllf' we should realize the true vrrhre ot cliseiplirrmy tr11i11i11g as 2111 essential part of the urilitzrry profession or klllf' sue- eesstul eureer. 'l'he lirrttzrliorr Othee extended 11s two wishes: that its truirrirrg had helped us estuhhsh ll hrm form' dzrtiorr upon which to huild. and that we might journey' forth to lead tl1e rrzrvul forees of this rrutiorr ugariust tl1ose rrggressors who seek to destroy freedom. K 1 igg f IP.- 4 WM ref ,- fl f THE COMPANIES 'lhe niatlieiiratics of conipstilion Coinpany officers s- llns, Rose, grd Co., Capt. LUSXIC heck, ist Co.. Lt. fig: lcnlxins, ith Co., a11d lfns. Vlelsh, Under this years organization, the hattalion was divided into four coinpaines. each of approx, iinatelx' one hundred men. In turn each coin- pany ivas equally divided i11to four sections. 'l'hc first eoinpany, represented all the services with its inixture of lX'fkl1'lHC, Air Force, Ariny and Navy personnel. llovvcver, thc other coinpanics were entirely Navy, 'l'he closely fought coinpany cornpetition held our interest and efforts at forinations, acadeniics, varsity' sports. eonduet, intrainural sports, rooin inspections, drills, and extra-curricular activities. Results of these were tallied each marking period with hrst place coinpany getting 400 points. see ond 200. third IOO, and fourth 50. 'l'heu shortlx' hefore the entrance exains final results were tahulated. lt proved to he a close race for the finish, for the ist coinpany had had to eoine froin hehind in the last inarliing period in order to uin. 'l'he other coinpanies followed in the order of grd. 4th, and znd. At graduation the ist company was finally proelanncd officially as thc color cornpany of IQSO. :nd Co. ist Co. student officers g Cpl, llarrington lSec. 11 l. 2,13 CO' Studcut OHHFCI5 -H limp? If' Bmlwf WCC lulg ll. Nlcyer l5cc. 21 1. lxl: ll. L. Xlerntt lC, C E'l'2 R. li. Breviglieri lScc, 149, .XG1 N. I", O'Clonner LC. CMJ, Cpl, Rf, XX. lugglcston f5cc. 111, C.pl. Il, L, 1 Y i A 4 ' cc. 2.tl, lalg ll. O. Norgaard 15ec. 221 lhlissingl Mcteer lAsst. C. CJ, l'l'l'g S. Xl. Dullcc lSec. igl. fb RD: II. R. Xlcllott r.'Xsst. C, C.l, Qhlg VX. llci grd Co. student omeeis - lfil: C. NY, llirrtlioleineyy 4Xsst. L. Chl, TNQ lt. li, Loleiniin tbee. Qll, lul: lu. C.1iroy'e QC.. Cnr. l'Ng XY, liigggzii tSee gi l. l'I'l'g C. 'lf Liglitsey' lSee. 'gglv .X'l'g I. Xlorris. lr. lSee. gzl. itll Co, student oflieers fi l'l'l': ll. V. Slozin f.Xsst. C, Cm, lzli D. Xl, llliner :See .yi i, RIM C. XY. Sliorey HSM. ,gm TT. DUTIES lltirlgeu, aill you peons lieloyy' tlie position of seetiou leaider. tor it is to you tliis little epistle .ipplies, lloyy' yyell you knoyy' its eonientsl lt is your yery selves lluit liziye given tortli syyezit. teurs. und, year, even lmlood to perforni tlre duties set iipou you lay tlie onniipotent liuttzrlion. lloyy often you tliriee eursed tlie U. D. for tlle - . . , rind l 'Vt -rqite , . . lJl'CIJU5lCI'Ol1S lionrs lie lllSl7CC'lCCl ylllll' post. Ilow, IU K too, on iniserzilule yyorking panties you strained Q Q95 gf BLUE? under tlie eriielxiiig yyliip ot tlie XCO in elmrge. yrlien you eould iumiiiilly' ligne been eoinfortzi- lily' rzielied out. And lioyy' often, as you lnent your yy'egn'y' liody' over tlie deep sink on iness duty. you pulled il liloody' linger out of tlie writer yvliieli liid ir strziy knife. L All tlizit is over now. lioyy'ey'er. 'lliose Hliurd- A ships" were just liuttiilioii duties: and ey'ery'one linoyys ii sery'ieenuin is lizippiest yylien lie is doing liis duty. just tliink lioyy' luippy' you were all year yyitliout even knowing it. But till kidding ziside, tlie lilllfilliflll did its iinf portinit pgrrt lby' keeping us orgzniixed Lind indoef H trinuting us to tlie niiniy' daily' reqnireinents of zi HMC dim lm WWII! IlllClSllllJlIILllliS life. w . V, V 1 W or V , W , Ylj XY. ll. Seliulden lSee, 4:l, l'f'l'3 Y. 'lf Nlznninerelli iCf.Cl.i. U1 X' D' Xlmwrli lbw' 'Hl' 57773"7 Complete your eduezitiong join tlie Ngiyyl ,vw FUNCTIONAL SERVICES . . . .. ..-, ..,-.. . , GENERAL MESS Twice our 111ess hall received an l'exeellent" rating from the students, while an appreciable nuinber labeled it "outstanding", Few service- INCILS niess halls can boast of a coniparable reac- tion to their daily coneoetions. Behind the scenes. the vigilant eyes of CSi Mott or CS2 Pardur were ever peering around the corner, seeing that the lowly SlllClCHt on niess duty was slicing the celery or onions just so. 'l'his was just a part of preparing good food, and these two chefs, under the direction of Chief lfitzhugh and with the aid of their several assist- ants, even though faced with e11t appropriations, turned out culinary art to satisfy four hundred nien who considered themselves qualitied con- noisseurs second not even to Duncan Hines. -- . ' Wa -K Cooks-ACSC ll. ll. lslflllllgll, SN P. C. Aukstikahiis, CS: lf. Linville. CSg P. Xllllllllllg, CSZ C. P. lflcig, Not shown - CS: L. l". llar- dur. CSQ C, Colis, CSQ P, Xlaclciewiez, CS1 IV. Nlott. CSSN L. Sullivan, CSSX R. ll. l"I'C11ClCIll7CI'g, SN F. Studley, CS: YV, 'l'll0IllZlS, SN l.. C. xlC'Cl2llll, Slx: l. L. Deans. CSQ l., Haggard. litil l'zu'dzu'! PllI'L'il2lSil!S,! power! NAVY EXCHANGE 'l'hc school! position on lonely Coddington Point. ncarh' zi niile from thc Illk1illSiCiC, CLIUSCCI thc NTS Navy lliXCillll'1gC to open Ll Slllllu hut aide' quzrtc storc, hurher shop, und cufctcria in thc Nr-XPS area. Nlr. C. E. Costigzin, in charge of thc storc. provided us with thc rnuny urticlcs necessary to 21 student at this school. 'I'hc cufctcriu. under thc uhlc direc- tion of Nliss Ann Coldin, dispcnscd cokcs. hzunhurgcrs, ham Sandwiches, nialts, initkshukcs, pics, and other dcl- icacics, Our hugo pcrccntugc of 'Apo- gcyhuit hounds" niudc thc "Cc-dunk" ll protitahlc cntcrprisc. A couhrnrcd group of enthusiastic pinhuli phiycrs wus uhwu's prcscnt. ininghug its crics of joy und sorrow with thc patrons' phuntivc units. 'liiows uhout u Cupko-loc, Kay?" The purcliuscs. c hzuhcr tukcs sonic Lush MOVIES "All hands lay aft to rig for movies." No longer did We have to respond to this ship- board announeernent to get our Hollywood entertainrnent. Every night but Morrclav we eould stroll over to this, the NTS thea- ter, and see a good rnovie in a warm build- ing froni a eonifortahle seat. CHAPEL A'And the seventh day shall be a day of Worship." Every Sunday the N'l'S ehapel Weleonied us to any of its several services, Serving both protestant and eatholie def norninations. For each of these services one could see groups of us students elimh aboard the bus at NAPS for the short ride to this chapel. ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL These rnen handled red tape and paper xvorlc - M. r-X. Chizv. SNQ A. E. Truax, YNzg E. B. Rapin, PNSNg ll. Srnith, YN:g C. F. Thacker, YNSNg R. Vieski, PNSNg R. C. Dulde, PN1. Not shoxvn in picture - R. C. Bourque, YNSNg C. VV. Den- ison, YNSN: D. Dixie. Sljlg V. C. Xxvllllklllli SNg R. Nl. lNlorroxv. img. N MEDICAL CARE I lic pi'iiiizii'x lillllfllilll ut tIitw1cl4lmx'st1it1 3 . mis to ciiic tlicl ills ut tlic XXI 5 stuclciit lirmclx. Sick cull was Iiclcl twice clziilx, iiiiclci' tlic uipzililc :incl ,ilulc siipciwisimi ot Cclr. Iuliiismi. USN. .incl it was cliiiiiig tliis time tlizit Allffs will piiiposc czipsiilcsl Wcrc clis- pciiscd witli ai tice ziiicl cusp luiiicl. Dcspitc tlic tzict tlizit sick liziy lJCI'SUl1IICl lizivc lbccii klCQ'llSCCl ut ll stgiiiclziicl iiiiiiiiiiiiiii trciitiiiclit of nXl,Cs. wc liiirm' tliis is not tiilc. lllllllf' also gzivc out wilt tzilnlctsz llllil wlicii tlicj' fomicl our Qoiiclitioii serious, ICUTXV2lTClCCl uS to tlic liospitzll. llic cloctms liiimx lx-st, lmt sciiiictiiucx tlicy 'Kiirc flu llllI'l'.H Xlzistcrs git Xrms 7 Slx: IU, R, XX clwlu, BNI: l", SllCil. BXI1 XY. Xl, lXlllCllLl, CVC Il. XY. lloivziial. VN XY. lf. Lziiiig, Xllfi R. Xl. l'lLll'll12l, GXI1 LAW XYllCll you wzilkccl into tlic mcss lizill halt frozen giiicl tlic UAA scut you lxicla for your chow pass, climiccs arc you lcft 21 trail of tlic lmlucs lucliiiicl you. Hut litc tot thc XIAA wus- Ill LIS SilCl1SllC Llllfl CUSS' 115 it sccmccl. llc lizicl sucli jobs as putting pzmcs of glass iii wiiiclcms lWl1iCll sciiiictiiiics 'tiiist lmppcnccl to lui'c1il4" l. iiiziiiugiiig spccf izil pcrscmiicl clctziils. and getting iiiilizippily zissignccl to tliosc czitly iiioriiiiig pliiiigci' cliitics. So lCt's gill "tm',qct illlll torgivcn and my tliziiilis to tlic MAA fiircc. NYCM PGRT . 'l'he NAPS sports prograni, under Lt. Noyelli, head of the XVeltare and Reere- ation Department, swung in full foree. ln both varsity and intrannlral sports anyone eould End good athletie oppor- tunities. These varsity sports ineluded football, Cross country, wrestling, swiin- rning, basketball, baseball, and other spring sports. Our eoaehes all eanie fronr Naval Aeadeniy varsity teanis. On the intrainural side, football, basketball, yol- leyball, syyiinniing, and softball have been set up. Students eould also get good workouts from the gynrnastie, badniin- ton, ancl other miscellaneous equipment. VVe shall long appreciate the fun we eould End with these first elass athletic facilities, Whether it was on the playing field, in our big new drill hall-gyn1nasi- uni, or in the large indoor swinnning pool. L Loyalty on the sidelines 'l'he new gynniasiunr lzzl FOOTB LL A 111c111c1r1' wl1icl1 will go witli our IQSO grzicliuitcs will lac tlic thrill of watch- ing our CCJllllllfJCll?l'CS 11c'l1ic1'c llll iimlcfcutccl scusoii. lirilliaiit ollcnsc lw thc strong li11c Llllfl clirirgirig l111clsHclcl LlCCOll1llCCl for tlrcir 1456 g11i11ccl yurcls Llllll 81 first clowns. qXltl1c111gl1 1.16 points wcrc scorccl. Z1 of 2' flll1llDlCS wcrc lost, clcprivirrg 115 of 111c1rc scores. Dcfcrrsivcly. tlic Coriirrioclorcs rrllowccl only two teams to scorc 1111 lllC11l, for ll total of .io points. Out of 54 passes, 28 wcrc ccmrpletccl z111cl only g l1ll'Cl'CClJlCCl. lo tlicf lL'l1l1l. li11c llllCl lmckticlcl, cmiclrcs, 111111111gcrs, and c'111'ps111c11. wc saw. 4'VVcll Dorm". ist Row - Clrccii. l'lIllfOl1, liaiirtzi, Xlc'C:1l1ill. Pusti, llcr for, Alfllllltlllll. Lz1111l1crt, Bzilccr, Spcrry. :ml Row - Dcrrico, llillilgilll, Xxullllilllh, llzirris, XXYZHSOII llorcloirc, Stcllcuclli, I.cg1cl1, ljllfilll. grcl Row - Stores, Nziticm. lficlcls. Stewart. SfllCkCf', .Xnclcr sou, BCl'Il1lt. Kiulqczlcl. 4tl1 Row - XYl1itu, Dxiiiicls, Sturt-k, lll111cr. l.2lllC, Clilliflllllll Cfootc, Uzclzrvirics. gtli Row - Lt ligl Rziiiiiric. l.t, ligl lciikins. liirs. lcssc l'iIlS. XX clsl1. 11w11rcls. lzgl X-lL'fIJI'f lklllilllktl' -- llczinl c'c111c'l1 l.t. fig! lciiliiiis l1:111cls out ,msg l4l VS. DE LA SALLE Pre-season serimmaging with De La Salle gave the Commodores the oppor- tunity to show what they had to offer. VVith vigorous oilenses and defenses by both line and baeklield our team showed very few visible defects and looked ready and eager for the coming season. VS. U. S. S. KEARSARGE Although hampered by restricted prac- tice, the U. S. S. Kearsarge "Raiders" gave the NAPS the hardest and most thrilling game of the year. After trailing for almost the entire contest, the Coin- modores completed a last minute touch- down pass, which gave us the slim two point lead that brought victory. VS. BOSTON REC. STA. The thought of playing the First Nav- al District Champs, Boston Receiving Station, for our initial game of the 1949 season dicl not daunt the lighting spirit of the Commodores. Fumbles. penalties, and touchy nerves marked the opening half. From then on. however, a driving offensive paved the way to our victory. VS. ARMY PREP NAPS invaded VVest Poi11t Llllfl de- feated the Army Prep ClCVCIl in tl1e first game of what may someday be the "Lit- tle Army-Navy" series. After the Coni- 1l10ClOI'CS l1ad established a stro11g lead, MAPS tried a desparate comeback, but NAPS' hardhitting offense again assured tl1e111 of a win. VS. N'1IS NEWPORT A "Civil XVar" formed XVIICH tl1e N'l'S Blue VVaves and the NAPS Commo- dores clashed on the gridiron. Our i1n- penetrable li11e kept NTS Without a first down, while Ollf offense chewed 11p the yardage for its fourth straight victory. Playing with the exuberant school spirit which was kindled a11d heralded i11 o11r big pep rally parade, NAPS turned in a nearly perfect game. VS. U.S.S. YOSEMITIL Tl1a11ksgiving Day ended our seaso11 as we played the U. S. S. Yosemite. Cost- ly fumbles by tl1e Connnodores niade our victory a difficult one. Our li11e kept the opponents from scoring by land. however, while our pass defense shatter- ed 2111 attempted air attack. As tl1e gkl11lC ended, we all gave thanks for our first undefeated season at Newport. NAPS Hoopsfcrs - Kucdiug - IICI'5IlL'f', S'fL'H.ZlHCui, Bzlisc, I'wI'LlllLlill, BIISMUIIQ, Cump Standing - Lt. fjgj Howc fCoz1c'l1J, Sl'llL'kCy, l"ryc, Show, Scale. l.1mc, Pierce, Ilzlrrih 4Xl,,1 L Nlissillg from Pilxflllb -W Yzlficm. l'yl'CQl1lili1, SllCl32ll'd, Ncxxwmllc. Nm. XYQN1 rXssi. Cmnllw Daniels QR Igr. Q9 IE F5 5 , l 54 I I ,,.,....--1 ,,..,...- S Vtrestling Teani M l"irst Row - lesser, Quilkoski. Dossrnan, Crane, Kotoecl, Bear, Garove Aeldey. Second Ron' - L-R - Scott, Stevemon, Lutz, Pusti, Blair, P.. Valdez, Cloutier, Pileher, lluuter. Tlurd Ron' L-R -5 llns. YVilli1uns lCoaehl, l"ulton, Young, Oherg, Roach, Coote, Switver, King. Xlissing froni Picture - Shane. Blair, Ii.. Moyer, Rohinson, Kidd, Reese, Postle. WRESTLING The NAPS wrestling teani had a very outstanclirg seaf son and won the admiration of all the students. Although the teain Was inexperienced, it showed ability, and with the aid of two all-Navy wrestlers, defeated St. George, M. li T. Freshinen, East Providence lligh School, and Tufts lfreslnnen. Nr-XPS is proud of the determination and spirit shown by the team. Swinnning Teani - First Ron' f llawthorne. Sweet, Reardon Sullivan, IXleCahill. Second Row - Havieon, Carlson, Cane, llunt, Scott, Shauger Third Row - Uzclavines Qhlgrj, Benson, llns. Miller lpeoaehl Forster, Size Olgrl. Missing from picture - Koops, Barker, Bissel, Martell, Devine. SWIMMING The NAPS swinuning teanr was as a whole inexperienced, although sparked hy two All- Navy swinnners. Starting oljr the season, it lost to a strong La Salle team and next to Quonset Point, hut showed potential ahility to develop into a tough team. The Swinnners eonelucled their season with a rneet against XVest Pawtucket lligh School. V ' 21144 ' ln- Wi' Y"ls25wv' wad' 'H 'T .W tWw.' 'A 1 is V 4 v. .- .i .,,, -.f-,--vyw I Cross Conntir -- Kneeling - llcrslley, lesser, Crane Stanclingfllrowii. Scale, Xletcur, Slnclcls. Nlissing-1st Lt. Fallon leoaebl I TR MURALS One of tlic moral' iinportant phases of NAPS lite is the coinpct- itive spirit XYl1iCl1 is inspired by the llllllllllllllll sports prograin. 'l'l1c i11t1'a111111'al eliainps, nianlc 11p of stnclcnts from sections 11 ancl 12, were 11ot satisliccl with wiiniing just tlie football chainf pionshipg they went o11 to take tl1e Hrst places ill the basketball ancl volleyball race. 'l'l1e Hgbting spirit n'l1iel1 lccl these stuclcnts froin tlic Nlarincs, .'X1'1111', ancl Air Force was next cquallccl by the sailors i11 section 42, football l'll11l1CI-HP, and by the teanis of sec- tions gl and gn. who ti11isl1eal second i11 basketball and volleyball. lntrainnral lfootball - Kneeling - Lycling, Dennis, Cntts. liggleston. l l1lI'1'l1lgl'Oll, l lnggins. Stancling 3 llnll. XY2lSliOIll, Sfllklllijll, Brooks, Sanford. Missing - lflrtlincicr, Everett. lzol CROSS C UNTRY Altbongli o11r Cross Country teani was liinclcrecl by lack of prac- tice anal expericiicc, it sliowcd n111el1 spirit and ability, winning tlie meet against our Vllcst Point rivals. Losses to De La Salle ancl XXVOOII- socket two very CXl3Cl'lC1lCCLl tcains, were also part of tl1c scasong but these Cfllllflllll stop our runners from wi1111i11g a good tliircl place i11 tbe ljl'OVlClCIlCC Nlcinorial Carnival. ACTI ITIES . . . CHOIR 'I'he Ni-XPS Glcc Club was organized sole- ly for the purpose of giving those of us who like to sing a chance to have fun together. 'l'he members inet 'tuesday' and Thursday afternoons around the piano and blended their voices in inusic ranging from the semi- classics to popular songs, and hymns and spirituals. Though the glee club had an uphill tight, both financially and musically they showed real acomplishmcnt. For example, during the intermission at the Christmas dance. they presented a short program of carols, which gave expression to our Yuletidc cheer. Of course our harmonizing classmates made no bid to compete with the Metro- politans male chorus, but they did keep alive, amidst our academic pursuits, that age-old recreation ot singing. O Front row - Delap. Carlson. lilhoodin. XYhitc. Shaitran Back row - Sutherland, Cfllrien, Brubaker, Liv ingston, lohnson, MeCurch' Not present - Il2lillCXX'2ll', Gillette, Patrick, Mcl- cndref. Banta, Rebich, O'Conn0r. Cabinillas, Bissell. Anderson, Gapetz. Oberg. Vaverlca, liiniulou, XYatson. King. Nlillcr. Norgaard. RECRE TIO COM ITTEE 'l'o Il. D. Ehoodin, R. lf. Harlan, Xl. Sweet, R. D. Runyan, L. Topper, L. M. Longo, YV. E. Petersen, and S. Frick, the members of the YVcltare and Recreation Connnittee, thc student body talces this opportuiaity to express their gratitude for thc excellent Worli done in preparing thc Christmas and Valentine Balls and in sug- gesting and carrying out iuiproveinents for the various recreational activities. Kneeling - lNlclNlullen. XlcKinuon, Cabiuillas, Size, Morris. Standing - Singleton, Stevenson, Seal, Moyer, Banta. Dickinson Roach, Delaune, llicks, XlOlltg0lllCI'f', Reardon, Sullivan, White, Rig lcy, lillis, lloughton, l"rye. 'Q-Q, DRUM and BUGLE CQRP 'l'he priinary purpose of the druni and bugle corps vvas to provide the inarching inusic for our two daily forinationsg how- ever, it was often on hand to stir up sonic blue and gold rhythm at football ganres. Lavvrence D. Singleton, as the student druin inajor. led the organizationg and Lt. S. Brown stood by as advisor, NYC cannot praise too highly the Work done by these drunnners and buglers. They rang out our inarching cadence, and in their taps and reveille duties they would lull us to sleep in the evening, and then regretfully arouse us from our deepest sluni- ber at dawn. HOBBY and R DIO HOP lt vvas here. under the supervision ot Lt. ligj R. lf. l'illTlgl1l.' and YV. L. Xlcl3anal. l'1'l'1. and ainiclst the squeal of radio receivers. that a superabun- dance of electronic technicians and radio inen could be found building and repairing radios and other equip- ment. 'l'l1e llobby and Radio Shop served a twofold purpose - first. to provide recreation and secondly. to keep electronics nien up to date in their specialty. ju. Barzynski and Chase checking prints, lfditorial staff g seated: Dennis. Chase, Shoreyg standing: Off. Lyding. Forbes, Scalisi. Danncnbrink, hotogr Iiord lu 5 aphy stall' 7 U'l3rien, Cane. Xlhitehead lg: THE CRUISE 'I'hree years ago, at Bainbridge, Maryland, the first copy of the Cruise vvas published by the class of 1948, U. S. Naval School, Academy and College Preparatory. 'l'he editors of that book expressed the hope that it would be the first of many. 'lhcir hopes were not in vain, for this is the third succes- sive issue of the Cruise, and yve in turn hope there yvill be many more. 'l'he publication of a yearbook is always a difficult task, and the ioge Cruise has been no exception. 'l'he heavy academic schedule and exacting military routine left little time for the immense amount of vvork that is an integral part of such a project. XVith diligence and perserverance, however. and the aid of much black coffee and many cigarettes, the staff has produced a book for yvhich, l am sure, no excuses need be made. As faculty advisers, Ensigus Robert F. Iortberg and David YV. Cainmack provided the experienced guidance that was the backbone of our staff. In addition, they undertook to do much of the thank- less "mule-hauling" yvork. lessening our burdens immeasurably. The business staff was headed by Carl M. Can- trell, yvhose job it yvas to see that We spent no more than we earned. Keeping the books balanced was only one of the many important functions perform- edg the advertising teams sayv to it that the local merchants invested their money where it would do us the most good. vvhile the circulation representa- tives convinced you that our book was a fair trade for your three dollars. To the professional skill of Guy Cane and his photography staff we owe the high quality' of our pietorial work. XVith only limited facilities avail- able, the staff had to improvise much of their equipment and set up a darkroom of their own. In Business staff Q Scalisi. Stephenson. Ramscur, llannessee, Cantrell I l Trving to select from the manv swell photographs. spite of these difheulties, however, our caineramen have established a technical and artistic criterion that will be hard to match. Correlating the contributions of the other divi- sions, the editorial department had the task of giv- ing the book content and continuitv. Here. at the 'tnerve eentern of the organization, was done the endless research and copv-writing. the innumerable page lavouts, and the thousand-and-one other de- tails neccssarv to bring a hook into being. Make-up was handled bv Clark XV, Shorev. who worked long and hard to achieve attractiveness and balance, while struggling at the same time to stav within thc limits of our budget. The widespread sports pro- gram was covered bv YValton E. Lord and his ubi- quitous statt. Vllhercver, whenever. or whatever the Commodores plavcd. there was alwavs a reporter 4 l l Officer representatives. lsns. Iorthcrg and lins. Cainmack, checking tinal copv. along to record the results. Our manv extracurricu- lar activities were written up bv Richard L, Dennis and his assistants, who also furnished the incidental intelligence for the administrative, academic, and functional sections. The biographv staff. headed bv Donald Forbes, had the diflicult task of compiling information and photographs of the more than four hundred students. in addition to keeping up with the steadv influx of new men. To them go laurels for an accurate and efficient job. Although thcv are no longer with us. Gene Barzvnski and David Har- ris deserve credit for their fine work with the edi- torial and art statts, respectivelv. Finallv, I wish to extend, in behalf of the entire Cruise Staff, our sincere thanks to the student bodv, without whose spirited backing this book would never have been possible. -P. T. Chase NA ALOG Everv Fridav there came into the hands of all the students the NTS Navalog. Quicklv turning to the next to last page the student eagerlv read last week's news. Forecasts of things to come fand some things that were not to coniel were there couched in mel- litluous prose worthv of the attention given it. Credit for this outstanding job goes to manv con- tributors, outstanding among whom were Keith Spiker, Bill Morgan, and Bill Lutz. Ovcrseeing thc graiinnatical luciditv of this page, stood Lt Ljgj Richards who conscientiouslv added commas to the copv onlv to see a less tastidious linotvper punc- tuate according to his own malicious taste. But in all. much credit must go to the ettorts of these ncwsinen who added so greatlv to the success of the school. Iggl QCIAL LIFE . . Miss Georgia Lee Saathoft of San Antonio, Texas. VY. A. SCllllIll2lI111YS first plaee entry, our Queen for '5o. l Miss Audrey Pieriek of Milwaukee, VVis.. submitted by G. VV, Post and caught third place notiee by the judges 4 BEAUTY CUNTEST Under the appreeiatiye eyes of an iinpartial group the beauty queens for this year's CRUISE were chosen. The girls were selected on the basis of beauty, glanior, and the gen- eral desirabilities of a "best girl back hoinen. Our judges represented the viewpoints of a photographer, bachelor, and married inan. Ilere they are, and we are sure that you will enjoy looking at theni as much as we enjoyed judging thein. ww bliss Gloria Rathbourne of Holyoke, Mass. XY, ll. Mt-Cleanls girl who captured the nuinber two spot, Xliss Roberta Sehlazbaeh of Reading, Pa.. ll. li. llershey's girl who rated fourth with The Cruise A N C E .Xll thiit food :ind girls too! I l ufcv 'z' 'o 'l'he three ll1ll'lll2llIlilL'h - Lewis, Clgipetx, Xlillei' 'l'he tleet uns never like this! Soft lights. soft niusie, and soft shoulders ull blended into one as eouples swayed dream- ily to and fro at the hops this year. X 'l'he deeorutions were artistic, the entertain- ment delightful, and the refreshments quite taistyg and. oh! those plunging neeklines. ls this wluit Iohn Paul Jones nreant when he implied un otheer must be 21 gentleman of liherul eduezition? "Oh nu' gosh! 4 nn' pearl!" e..-acl' ,X wh-vf . - ,A 1 TUDE T BUDY We came from Alaska or Alabama, from 'l'okyo or Tennessee, from a large city known the world over, or from a small town known to none but its inhabitants. Selected from the fleet organization of the Navy and Mar- ine Corps by competitive examinations, or holding a congressional or pres- idential appointment to thc academy, we arrived here in October to begin our seven month course. VVe soon found that we had become part of an organization with a worthy tradition behind it. Our school, established more than thirty years ago, in 1919, is one of the oldest educational institutions in the Navy, younger only than the Naval Academy and the Naval War College, Prior to this, its first year at Newport, the school has been situated at Bainbridge, Maryland, Norfolk, Virginia, and San Diego, California. We found also that our short stay here would be crowded with activity. ln the five marking periods, averaging five weeks each, we were to cover the equivalent of a four year high school course in English, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, physics, and American history. Many of us had been away from formal education for as long as three years, and it was difficult to re- gain forgotten study habits. VVe fell quickly into the grind, however, and were soon proceeding under full steam. As the marking periods went by, each with its academic board meet- ing, many of us fell by the wayside and were returned to thesfieet - giving those of us that remained a11 even stronger incentive to work. At length in April after six months of preparation, including weeks of practice exainina- tions, we culminated our course with the Naval Academy entrance examinations. Now, at thc end of our preliminary cruise, we can pause to reininiscc over the year's events and to take stock of what the future holds for us. VVhether or not we obtained our objective of entrance to the Naval Aca- demy, we shall all recognize our tour of duty at NAPS as an invaluable educational experience and an integral part of the background that will eventually comprise our entire character and personality. These pages, then, are the records of us - our temporal imprint on the windswept monument of fame. Perhaps, before this obelisk has been re- duced to dust, we shall have occasion to ramble down memory's long cor- ridor and recall that ul, too, was here." E371 ACKLICY, RANDALL VV. USIVIC, CPL. Osseo, lNIinnesota Camp Del lklar, Cal. , f '.,-v 1 1, QVAQI I. XE , .fxLvARADo, ADAMS, ACER, IAIXIES SA SNOXVDEN C., Covington, Virginia ETSN NTC Great Lakes, Illinois Great Lakes, Ill. Springfield, Mass. ALEXANDER, ROSS G, USMC, Pfe. Fort AAIOIIII, Texas Canip Penclleton, Cal, ALVAREZ, AMROCK, ANDICRS, RAMON C. LOUIS A. IOIIN I". ICTSN IOIIN II., SR AA IIIXIQ lXIilWaukCc, VVis. Annapolis, Nlarylanrl Oroeovis, Puerto Rico S1111 Antonio, Texas SSC, NTS, NTC, Great Lakes, NAS, Norfolk, Va. U55 Gilmore IAS 163 Great Lakes, Illinois Illinois ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ASHLEY, DONALD XV. AFAN EUGENE G., SA XYILLIAM P., ET HERBERT T. Ilelena, Montana Somerset, Kentucky Van Nuys, Calif. ETSA Ceeil lfielcl, NAS, NTC, San Diego. NAS, lXIe1npl1is, Muskegon, Michigan Iaeksonville, Florida California Tennessee Great Lakes. Illinois AUSTIN. CLYDE L., IIM3 Longview. Texas USNII Corpus Cliristi, Texas AUSTIN, AUSTIN, BAIZE, RICIIARD II., A.A. ROBERT C.. IQTSN DGN IR. SCVN Louisville, Ifentueky' Norfolk, Virginia Gmud Rapids, Mich. XIATFI C. USNTC. Great Lakes . , , . . Gronclal, Greenland Memplns, Ienn. 111111013 I38l l3.XKI'1R. II.'XI..X, BALL, BAN'I'.'X. UQWIAU Il-3 -XD2 X'.XI.B., ivig KI'lNNIZ'l'IIj.. .xx '1'11ox1.xs.x.. 1.1 llltlllmlg ff'l1fm'mI' Illyiiioiitli. Peiiiiii. Ufiezi, New Yorlx Drexel llill, I'e1111zi. I I 5 USS I"i11lJ:1el4, SSz'go NXS, Norfolk, XIII, USS Roberts rDL1l S1111 Diego, Cgilif. ,. , l3,XRKI12R, I3I'lR'I'R1XlXI II., IR,, IIM Slireveport, Lu. Qiuiiitieo, Virginia l3fXRU'I'I I, RAYMOND I.. SOSA Detroit. Nlieliigziii USS I Iolcler, 'KB' l31XRRl'1'I', B,'XRRIjrI"I', BAR'I'IIOLOMI'lXY .XL.XN, AA NIQILCQN pw IUCSN CII.-XRLES XY. Czistleillalzilioiiia IMC IACWY ufwt Vu- ly t lil 1 I h . . . , , , V, X mis oii, e1111s1'v1111111 NlC1llPllIS, 'l'e1111. U55 Umm l'XD Ill Aiiiizipolis, lNIcl. ISXRZYNSKI, l5.X"l'CIIl'ILI.IfR, ISAYNIC, CICNI41 II., YNSN CI.H'DI12II., :XN IOIIN ll., ICMIVN Cliiezigo. Illiiiois Losijilgeles, Czilif. lizilfiiiiore, Kliiryliiiicl Ylfog. NAS, N.X'I"l'C NOB. Cll2ITlCSlCJXX'll, R. I, Nleiiipliis, rI'e1111. Norfolk, Virginiii IEIQXR, GORDON XY., RDSN XX est Deiiiiis, Nlziss. USS Ifurse. ISLLXUISLI, BIIHCVXR, CICORCE P., SN VIGRNON VY. AN Cleveliiiicl, 'IlCI11l, Colo. Iowa USS Rouiiolce, N.X'I"I'C ICI, 14gl lXlCllll7llIS. 'l'e1111. lgql 1z111Nxu'1"l', 1f111f:1v1+1111CK I.. 1e3'1'sN Quincy, Nlim. Crezif I1z1lces, Illinois BENSON, BI'IRNA'I', DONALD L., SA JCJSIQIUII ,XX Portlancl,Oregon CClm,,lIF,lHS R I Ussa III I ' ' " fDDg?615 I USS Missouri BERRY, RALPII 'l'., SR Norfolk, Virginia U SNT C, Great Lakes, Illinois BIGG.-XR, NN'ILI,IJXlX'I, PN .'X11lCSl7lII'y, Mass USS Ilainner, KDD fifil BISSELL, BLAIR BLAIR, BORDONE, EUGENE C., IISSR LEON IR. SA PETER S., SA RICHARD P., Clarendon IIills, Ill, Portsinontli, N. II. Portsinoutli, N. II. EMEA NTC NTC NTC Pittsburgli, Penna Great Lakes, Illinois Great Lakes, Illinois Great Lakes, Illinois Great Lakes, Illinois BOURBEAU, BRANDON, BRENNAN, BREVIGLIERI FRANCIS S., AGAN IIORACE XY., ETS.-X TIIOMAS B., AIVAN ROBERT L., E'l Chicago, Illinois NVinnsluoro, Texas San Bernardino, Cal. Caniluriclge. Mass NAMTG E'l'Sel1ool, Treas. Is. NAS North Island, USS lvlissonri, Point Nngu, Calif. San Ifraneiseo, Calif. San Diego, Calif. CBB 6gj BREXVER, BRINING, BROOKS. BROOKS, IAIXIES E., E'I'g ROBERT R., SA IIQRRELI. VV., KELVIN O., FC3 Ilartington, Nebraska Bearclstown, Ill. USNIC., Pfe, Ilaverliill, lXIass. EMS, Treas, Islancl, USNTC, Phoenix. .Xrixona USS YVoreester, California Great Lakes, Illinois Newport, R. I. CCL 144D Iao I BRUXYN. CICORCIC D., DT3 Wellesley, Mass. USNA, .Xnnapolis. lNlarylancl I BUILDER, CARL II.. QMSN Daytona Beach, Fla. USS .'Xinplii0n, ISRUBXKICR RICHARD bl.. .X'I'pXN Ceclar Rapids, Iowa San Diego. Calif. Q Q B.XUlXICAR'I'NPIR. IIICRBERT A.. USMC., Pfe., I.ong Island, N. Y. BUCHANAN. BXSCOIXI If., SA Coelunrn, Virginia NTC, Great Lakes, Illinois BURNS. ROBIAIRT AN .Xlton, Illinois USS Leyte QCV gzj LXR 1 gl Cznnp Leienne, N. C. BUSIIONG. l3U'l'Ll'1R. C.XB.-XNILLAS, 'IIIEUDORIC R.. FORRES1' IQ., VCSN IUSIC C., SA USMC' Pfc' 'l'aeonia, Wasliington Orange' Tcxas llrooklyn, New York USS LSXIR H NTC XYasliington, D. C. ' ' ' C51 75 Great Iiakes, Illinois 'Vx 'Nb ' L 1 1..V is A Q 3 .Y bf - ..: .::-- 3 .I . 4 "'li ' CAIXIERON, CAlX'IPBI'lLL, CANE. GUY QNX RODICRICK A. IIIRAM T., SASS PIISN ICNIFNSS Butler. Peiinsylvania Bronx' New York Danielson. Conn. USS Spilceiisli. USS Spinax, I SSR 4S9j l'ensaeola, Florida l.i1l BUCIIANAN, IAMICS R., I'I'I'g Denison, Iowa Treasure Islancl. San lfraneiseo, Calif. , I .ig 'QU' 1 5 I peer BURRICLL, VI9lRLII'l'II I.. SNSS NIaeo1nln, Illinois USS Dogfish CALLICIIIERIS, IOIIN S., AN Brooklyn. New York NA'I"l'C, IXIICIIIPIIIS, Tenn. 'Is we . a' 0 I5-QQ c -ff ii fi' CANTRELI.. CARL M.. USMC., Pfe. XYasliington, D. C. Canip Lejenne, N. C CARLSON, CARLSON. CANYLEY, CI IAMBLESS, CHARLES P., XXARREN L.. ALQ THOMAS AN BURR T., AR USMC., Pfc. Qnineey, Mass. New York, N. Y. Sylvania, Georgia Casper. AVyoniing NAS VI" 192, U.S. Naval 'l'rn, Cen San Diego, Calif. Patuxent River, Mil. Alaniecla, Calif. San Diego, Calif. CHASE, PAUL T., USMC., Cpl. Chapel Hill, N. C, Canip Pendleton, Cal. CIANELONE, I IENRY XV., EMEA New Brunswick, N. Snlnnarine Base, New London, Conn, CI IA'l'ER. GEORGE. EMIVA AYayne, Mieliigan SSC, NTS., Great Lakes. Illinois CLARK. RALPH B., IR.. SNSS Newtonville, N. USS Argonaut. CIIEPAN. EDXVIN M., AK: Deeafnr, Illinois USS Kearsage, CCVSSD CLC DU'I 'IER. ROGER I., RDSN No. Aftlelboro, Mass. USS Cainarfl, IDD fo6l CHEZEIXI. NORMAN B.. 'VDAN Cottage Grove, Or. NAS Aloinecla, Cal. COLE. LEONARD I., IR., ETSN Rieliforcl, N. Y. Creat Lakes, Illinois COLEMAN, COPEXIAN. ERNEST B.. YN3 'IIIONIAS H., SR Hnteliinson, Kansas Creat Lakes. Illinois Naval Base, USNTC, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Creat Lakes, Illinois COO'l'E, IOHN W.. IVN issw Vallejo, Calif. USS Grouper, CRANE. IIERBERT C.. ALAN XYarrenfon, Va., Cliineoteagne. Va. CIIDDICBACK. CUMIXIINCS. CUXNINGIIAN, CU'l"I 'S. XYII.I.IS D., IR. D. G.. .YIHXN NIXRSIIXLL E. ROBHR I' I... .-XL.-KN l,0l1C1I City, Ulilzl. I'i'I'S:X USIVIC., Pfe. Crystal Lake. Illinois VU" NXXS IXIirznnur Berlin. Wisconsin Clarks Snnnnit, Penn. Ineksoiiville. Ifloricln Sun Diego, Czilif. NRS. Norfolk. Vu. Cinnp Lejeune, N. C. X DAMICO, DANIICLS, DXNNICNBRINK, DARVICAU, IXINIIGS R.. ETSUX FRED G.. SN IIICNRY A., IR. RAYMOND New London. Conn. Interlnelien, I"IoricIzi IC'I'S.X FCSN SSC, NTS. USNS. .XMCII fJ2Illl2IllCl.CLllIfOI1Il2I Rnlo. Nebrzislzzi Great Lakes. Illinois Biiinlnriclge, Md. Sain Iirznieiseo. Calif. USS. I". D. Roosevelt DAVIFS. DIC.-KN. DFLAP, DLILAUNIC. IOHN AM IR. iiifzizixifiixi' J.. 'ri-31 RNLVN Ll- -'NTB SIDNEY n.. ,xx I'iI"SA Kzinszis Citi' IYIO. I - - f I 1.2-r'gMi... I-:1Ct'.I-yi. Ilzigerstowii, Mal. IJXYFILLSIV S N VX-45. USS Miclxvziy. YXEXEI 1 Il Cmnt Ilukcsv IH. I SS S -4: CCVB 413 . I .. Cinpns. enn DICLLILNILY, DENNIS. DICRRICU, IIIXINIX' Su E'1'-5 RICIIXRD I.. IOSI'iI'II QX.. S.-X Colcmkm Texas, USIXIC. Pfe. Iolinston, N. Y. W V ' 'I'opekzi. Kzinsiis Brooklyn Navy Yard, USS' 'umm' ICcIenton, N. C. Brooklyn. N. Y. I43I DESSICYN. NIXURICF II. ET3 l'l2ISt' Bloline. Illinois USS Ifnrse. DICVINIII. IAXIIGS N., RMSA Kansas City, No. DICKISON, BILL R., SA Salinas, Calif. USS Manatee MAO 585 in DOSSMAN, LELAND SA Eolu, Lonisizinzi USS. R. A. Owens ICACKILR, RICIIARD L., USAF., Pte. New York Koster lfielcl, Miss. 9 . Q E,. 'Q a HQ, .X I+lLl"FRS, IIN P., AA Itzisezi. Texas NATTC. Nleinpliis, Tenn. v, . . ....w,... DULKE, SYLVESTER M. ETQ Rielnnoncl Hill, N. Y. USS Coral Sea, ICGGLESTON. MAYNARD W.. USA., Cpl. Portland, Oregon I"t. George G. Mencle ! 'dl' X ., .,.. . -..w,.,. DILLER, I.-XNIICS XV. S. QMs Pittsburg, Kansas USS LCI Q45 DITTO, IAMICS R. I"Cg Clevelancl. Oliio USS GZIIIIQITLT, IDD 7065 K' 35 es DU NNING, IAMICS A. ETSR Ifllwoocl Citv, Penna USNTC, Crezit Lakes, Illinois PIIIOODIN, HARRY D. ETS.-X Cineinnziti, Ohio SSC. NTC, Great Lzikes, Illinois DURAN, IACOB H., USMC, Pfe. Tuba City, Ariz. Camp Pendleton, Cal. ELDER, HAROLD R., ICNIQX Olnzllizi, Nebrziskzi NTC., San Diego, Calif. W ig wud' 'fy me .." " " Iviv F- ,'....- g I 1, V L Q 2 'Y ...., I A A "'.5 it I I X ELLIS, ICRNEST. ERTLIXIEIHR, KENNETH C., FA IIIXI T.. SA CFORGF Malin, Oregon Sziyre. Oklzilioina USIXIC., Pte. Enginenian Seliool. CINCPiiel"lt, New York, N. Y. San Diego, Calif. Pearl Harbor, Ilziwziii Norfolk, Virginia l44l IFZVERETT, IOHN W. USIXIC, PfC. Blytlicville, Ark. Cznnp Lcjcnnc, N. C. l"LI'l'l'CIIER, IOSFPII LNI AN Brilcl Knob. .Xrkrinsiis Nzivzil Supply' Ccnrcr. Gnznn I"RI+1EI..XND. XYII.I,I.XM I... USMC., Pfc. Czinip Lcjcnne, N. C -rf le ii '.-: I i f ' Sis. .,. ' in '.'.: :..,. is C.XlDl'i'liZ. XYILIVURD I,,. IVCSN linltiniorc. Nil. USS Silnoncj' l+'II'1I.DS. XYILLIXNI B. lforsytli, Gcorgiii N.-X'l"l'C. Xlcnipliis, 'lbnn IVISIIICR. DICXNIS IC.. XIMIQX Klorgniitonn. XY. V. USS George L Ulf Cdqjj I+'I'I'ZVX ILI.I.'XIXl. D. A. SR Pliilziclclpliizi. Psi. USNTC. Crcrir Lzikcs, Illinois . ...Wm -.-Y I"ORS'l'IrfR. TOM AA XYicl1it11. Kansas NTC.. S1111 Dicgo, Calif. IVRICK. S'l'.XNLI+lY I.. EISA Grout Lnkcs, Illinois K. FORBES. DONALD L., .KN Xlluiiqiicrqiic. N. NI. NATIIC. Mcinpliis, lcnn. FRYE, XVXYNE 'l'.. USMC., Pfc. lXI1111c'l1ester, Ohio Parris Islancl, S, C. FRANKLIN. GARLAND K.. .XL3 I"llll11l2llClI2I. Kentucky Norfolk, Virginia FULTON. IOHN S.. III. SA Bnltiiiiorc, Md. NTC, Great Lakes, Illinois . 99:1 ' .lb GXRDNIKR. CRIICSICN. CXROYIC. IIXIMY R.. .NN BICRN.-XRD R.. AN ICUGICNPI. PIT: Itasca, 'l'CX1lS Portlziiid. Oregon Cziiionsbnrg. Pennxi. N.XS. liocn Cliiczi Flcl, N.-XS. USS Sicily. Kcy XYQSI. Floriclii Sain IjICgO,C:HlIi:IlI'1II2I QCVF 1 ifij Ijxgl GAUTI IIER, GAVIN. GAYNOR, GII.LF'l"I'F. IIENRY I., IIN RQBER1' I., YNSN ll. ETSA IIAROLD R., Cincinnati Ohio - DuBois Pcnna. USMC C l. r N -is .X W -k N. . 1 1 P NNMC, CTI 'H'gWlL 'Q Nil USNTC, Y2llilI112l,XV3Sll. Bethesda, Md. ' emoe Prmgs' 'I' Grcat Lakes,Illinois Camp Del Mar, Cal. GOTTSCIIALK, GOULD, GOVVIEIR, GREEN, ROY F., MMFN VVILLIAM FRANK L., AA BRUCF Ii., IC FA llonicwood, Illinois ETSA Merriam, Kansas Ilighland Park, Mich USS. Seminole, Canton, Ohio NAS, USS. II. VV. Gilrnorc QAKA 104, Great Lakes, Illinois Pensacola, Florida QAS 16j GRIDER, GRIFFIN, GROGAN, GUMP, SAIXI L. PNSN KRAIXIFR, FIXIFA R, SA l7'RI'iD A., RINISN Albany, Kentucky Carrollton, Georgia Newport, R. I. Fldon, Missouri USS Bairoko, USS, Radford, USNTC, USS. Alluernarle, CCVF rrgj KDDE 446, Great Lakes, Illinois CAV5 I 11AGER'1'Y, IIALAGAN, IIALE, il.-xM1L'1'oN. 1. L. XYILLIAM A., DONALD R. AA LESLIE F. L. ET'SN AGAA Chicago. Illinois USMC.. Cpl. Hwlmm Montana Prospect Park, Pa. NAS., Alhuqiierqne, N. M. ' V i USS Saipan, Kei' VVcst, Florida Camp Pendleton, Cal. Tmmlrc IS" Cal' I46l HANDS, IIXNICY, IIARLAN, lI.'XRRlNC'l'ON, li. IC, YVAN ITXUL. IR., .XDAN RXYINIOND F.. EVERETI' Is.. Mer Rouge, Lu. Corpus Christi. 'I'ex. USNIC, Cpl. EMFN NAS. NAS, Iiiclimiapolis, Ind. Springfield. Vermont Corpus Christi, lex. Quonset Point, R. I, Cuiup Lejeune, N, C. USS. Niplnnc, ll.-XRRINGIUN. I I.XRRING'I'UN, IIARRIS, IIARRIS, JAMES I., ROBERT E., AN DXVID D., SA XYILL1.-XM A., USMC. Cpl. XX'olluston, Mass. Parsons, Kansas ETSA Bziltiinore, Md. NAS, USS Ifinhzick Recllmicls, Calif. Cznnp Lejeune, N. C. Xrgenfin, Nfld. ISS 230, 'lrezisure Island, Calif HARRIS, HART, HART, II.-XRTYVHLL, XX'ILI.I.'XM S., IQIUXYARID VV. VINCENT P., N.-X'I'Il.-XNIEL, .XIWXN .XDAN Casa Gruncle, qXri7:onzi SOSA Sehnu, Calif. Portluncl, Oregon USNTC, Sain Diego XVooclstoCk, N. II. NTS. Newport, R. I. Oahu, Ilawaii Key VVest, Ifloriclai IINRYILI. X, I l.XXVl'IIORNl'i, I l.fX'l'l+'IICLD. II:YI'III'lYY.'XY. IOIIN A.. IWIISN ICUGICNE IC. SA CIQNIQ ,Xu SN D. L. Centrxilxgigy Pcnnxr. llortsiigopfg Ohio Visalia. Camp Pvtu USA. . .. 'ri . V , 'I ,' U Crezlt Iukes, Illinois 'lreaisure lslzlncl, Cal. NAS' KIIJIJIUU' NI' I' I47l n.x'i"i', HAVICON, IIAYFS, n1c1'1'1Nc:, 'l'I IICODORE I., IOHN VV., ATSN I4XlX'll'1S A., .XRNOLD NV., IVCSN Pittslniirgli, Penna. USMC., Cpl. USAF., Pfc. New Brunswick, N. NATTC Dcclliain, Blass. NVest Ben, XYis. USS Mississippi, Nleinpliis, Tenn. Canip Pendleton, Cal. lit. George Meacle llHlN'lNllNGS, llLiNNl'lSSlfilZ, HICRSHEY, HERZER, ROBFRT M., YN3 DAN M. HTSN HICNRY IC., RDSA OSCAR A., AA New York, N. Y. Texarkana, Texas Reading. Penna. Pitinan, N, l USS. Missouri, EMS, USS lfursc, NTC, QBB 63j Treasure ls., Cal. DDR 88:j Great Lakes, Illinois HICKS, HIGGINS, HINKLIC, HOLDEN, IAMES N., IR. THOMAS Ll. .XX DXVID R. IVNSS BOBBIIE G.. SA CSSA McAllen. Texas Portland. Oregon Granite, Okla. lXlactinsbnrg, VV. Va. NATTC, USS. Dogfish USNTC, Virginia Beaeli, Va. RlCll1Pl1lS, Tenn. CSS 3501 Great Lakes. lllinois HORR, HOUGHTON. HOUSTON. GRANT AA STANLEY P. MRRVAL7 ALAN Salt Lake City, Utah RMSN Batesville Ark. USS. l7l0ycl's Bay Sontli Fork, Calif. , , , f nxvii 405 ms, Niitimiy rs. DS MS' Sim M307 Cal- l48 .I llRUS'l'lCH. IOHN, FTSN Endicott, N. Y. SSC, NTS, Great Lakes, Illinois IIUCCINS, IIULL, BRUCE, IOIIN l'f., USMC., Pfc. USAF, Pfc. Slicrhnrnc, N. Y. Lux Xngclcs. Calif. l'Xilf, l'aCiEC Sacraiiicnfo, Calif. IIUNIIG, Kl'iNNl'l'l'll li.. .-XA Cincinnati, Oliio NTC., San DicgO. Calif. llUN'l'ER, XVII,l.I.'XlNfI SA Riixton, Maryland USNTC., Great Lakcs, Illinois llU'I'CIllNS, IIYNIQS, IOSEPII D., IR. DONALD I., EMFM IISAA Chicago. Illinois Crcat Lakes, Illinois lfrics. Virginia USS. Cainarcl, 1i+:Nxixc:S. xi".xYNLL xii, IICSSER, .XRTHUR D. , ICTSN lfort Collins, Col. 'Ircasurc Is., Cal, U.S,xX.. Pfc. Camp Iloocl, 'l'cxaS IRELAND, BLAIR, ETSN Wvalclwick, N. USS. Palau ICVE 1 zzj IOBSON, GORDON lf.. SN Portlancl, Maine USS RK. lliintington IDD 781, IAMICS. CHARLIE N., IR. ET3 Clenclalc, Calif. Pearl Ilar., Ilawaii IOIINSON, NIORRIS Blarincttc, VVis. New London, Conn IOIINSON, Kl!lLI.l'lY. KlfllX'lMl'lR, KIDD, ROBl'fR'l' L. ETSN BICRNARD INI., ll.XRRY R., IISAA ROBERT P., li1'l'SA Detroit. Michigan USA., RCI. Vliilaclclpliia. Pa. .Xlaniosa, Colo. SSC., NTS.. Pittsiclcl, Mass. NATTC., HMS.. 'Vrczisurc Is. Crczit Lakes, Illinois Ifort Dix, New Ierscy Nlcinpliis, Tenn. Cllllfilfllill l4QI KING, KIRKPATRICK, KI'l'CllELL, KNOPS, LEONARD A. AA MHXT1' DIY RAISN DONALD Eu S-A l"Rl'iDlilRICK VV. IR Bmlgs' ,gems Liina, Ohio llarfsliorne, Okla. YNSN BATI C, P It my k xl XM Il P M dl H1 I H' Brooklyn 9, N. Y. Memphis, Tenn. Ol 'I I' 5' '15 1' ml if DOI' 'I' Great Lakes ,Illinois KOFOED, KONTNY, KONVALSKEY, RCQBERRID AIUAN GERALD R., PNSN ZYGIXIONT I., Chicago, Illinois Ashland, Vllisconsin .-'STAN USS K V I USS Albemarle St. Louis, Mo. ' ' U'fS"fge IAV 53 Kodiak, Alaska KRAUSF, KUNMANN, L.-XIDLAXV, IOIIN I., SKSN ALBERT I., PlC'I'lCR A., RDS X St. Louis, Migsouri USMC., Cpl. Keansliurg, N. NSC Gmm M I Valley Stream, Y. USS Furse " I ' ' ' Western Pacific IDDR 8825 KRASINSKI, FRANK A., USMC., Cpl. Queens, N, Y. Camp Del Mar, Cal. LQXMBERT, XYILLIAIXI AK3 South Bend. Indiana USS llliilippine Sea ICV .IH LANE, LANGRIND, LAVV, IAXVSON, yosurn J., SKSN ROY C., SA IOUN F57 ETS 'ITIOMAS 1. ETSA Palmyra? N' Brooklyn, N. Y. Xulnurn, YY aslungton Stratford, Colm. USS lxult DD 6 8 USS Sub Base, USS. Stickell C Vthklw IH, , ' ' I ' 9' New London, Conn. IDD SSSI 'md A CS' mms lgol LICACI l. I. .X., SA lflllflllilllf, Nlinn. USN'l'C. Creat Lakes, Illinois I,l11l'l. CARRY ll. AA laiiiestowii. N. D, N'l'C., CreafL:1lies. Illinois LE DEVV. RICHARD II., SR AAY2lI'fI1lgfOl1, Fla. NTC., San Diego, Calif. LESLIE, RICHARD, YNSN Santa Cruz, Calif. NSC, Gllillll, Nl. I. LICXYIS, RICIIARD ll., AA Riviera Beacli. Fla. NAS, Alznnecla, Cal. LONCO, FRANCIS XIXIIVA Sl, Louis, lXlo. USS. Iaines IC. Kyes. l.lCl l'l'Sl'1Y, CLOVIS T.. E'l'g Cliirksclale, Miss. USS. Clnilaawaii, IAO iooj LORD. XXALIUON IL., AA llollywoocl, Calif. USNS. A8zCP.. llainliriclge, lN'lcl. -Ji LYDING, Nl.xeAR'l'IlUR. IOIIN F.. ROBICRT D., FISA USMC.. llfe. linrlingaine. Calif. Ilawtliorne, N. NTS., Norfolk, Va. San Diego, Calif. l,IVlNCS'l'ONlfl. l'lllLIP N.. .XTQ York, lneniia. NAS, San Diego, Calif. LOVFTT, XVILLIAIXI IW.. ETSN Lnfkin. Texas San Franeiseo, Calif. LOCKARD, ROl3I+IR'l' B., l'2'l'SN 'l'aft, Calif. ICXIS, 'llreasnre Is., California LUTZ, XVILLIAM R.. ALAN Rlieinliolcls. Penna. Norfolk, Virginia MAC RAE RONALD. AA Crookston, Ninn. NATTC.. Nlcnipliis. rl'CIlll. ljil M,xL1s'1'R1, R.xYMoND R., 1+1'I'SA Ifarrell, Penna. Creaf Lakes, Illinoix IXIAXLUNEY, 'XI.XL'I'.'XGLI.'X'I'I, RoBL:RT 1Q.,ixLixN MAUR0 I .. ET2 Butler, Penna. ET School, Great Lakes, Illinois Bronx, N. Y. NAS, Lakeliurst. N.l. N IARKI IQXINI, ROBERT 112, Middleslioro, Ky USNTC., San Diego, Calif. IXI.-XRTELL, GICORGI5 II., RDSA llope Valley, R. I. USS. Phillipine Sea NIARTIN, XIeG.XNN, MCCARTHY, IXIQCURDY, IAME5 KI, VCSA XVILLIAM E., FRANCIS I., SR BRUCE, FCSN Ruwson, Ohio V LTSN Baltunore, Nd, Los Gatos, Calif. USS Grlmd Cimvou Xxfll'lClSOI', Conn, I NTC., A I USS. lX'Iyles C. KFOX, ' ' ' f Great Lakes, Illinois Great Lakes, Illinois QDDR Szoj MQDANAL, MCIVADDEN, MQKINNON, MCKINSTRY, XYILLIAM L., ETI GERALD XV., IENNINGS S., XYILLIAIXI E., I:l'l'g Biriningliain, Alabania USMC., Pfc. SKAN Seattle, VVasli., Iileetronies Mat. Sell, Clifton lleiglits, Pa. Raeford. N. C. EMS., Treasure Is. Treasure Island, Cal. Canip Lejeune, N. C. lXIarianas Island California MCLICAN, NICIVIULLEN, NICNIURDY, MCSKIMIXIING, XVILLIAM II., P.-XUL M., SN I.-XCK. SN IOIIN VV.. USIWC., Pfc. Rusllville. Illinois Franklin, Pa. USNIC., Pvt. Ilolyoikc, lNIass. USS. .XHIPIIIOIL USS l"ursC. St. Louis, Mo. Parris Island. Cal. KAR igj KDDR 882D Parris Island, S, C. Igzl XIICQXNS, JOHN .x., US.'XI"., cpl. Xlaclill, Oklahoma Xllaalliugtoir, D. C. N IICLLOTT, I IqXRL.XN I5 ., RD: Oueallta. N. Y. USS. Mereclirlr, IDD Sool MICRTEN, II. Ill.. Il1lXIl"N QIIIZIIIQI, Nebraska USS Bausel, loo S453 NIICRRITT, BOBBYL.. ET2 Livingston, Mont. Receiving Station, San Ifranciseo, Cal. lXIIi'I'IZER, RUSSIQLL C., USqXI"., Cpl. Big Bear Lake, Cal. Nlitelrel A. I". B. XIILLER, IUXVIIU L., I'l'I'SN Detroit, Michigan SSC.. NTS.. Great I.alceS, Illinoia XIONICOIXIIIERY, Kl+1NNI+l'l'lI, IVCSN Ifort YVortl1, Texas USS gXllnemarle, law sl INIICYICR, MICIINA, NIILLICR, DoN,xl.D 1, l+1'l'3 s'lA.NLh:Y P., ETSA A.XlAA.XN My A1-AA Roelicstcr, N. Y. Hater Mill. Long Is., Bummomv Md' USS, YY. 'I'. Powell, New York vi I ,Q ',l,' lDlcR 213 3 omit Lakes, Illinois A MHP HS' Um' BIILLICR, MILLER, MOBLICY, lOl IN P., IR. I'l'l'SR RUSSICLL C., ETSN LRTIIUR S., RIXISN Ilammonton, N, Margzlretville, N. Y. Roger, Arkansas NTC., SSC., NTS., Bailllvriclge Island, Creat Lakes. Illinois Great Lakes, Illinois Port Blakelv. VVasl1. RIOORIC. DONALD E., USMC.. Pfe. Belmont, Mass. USS, Missouri, Iggl MOORE, MORGAN, 'l'l IOIXIAS XY.. SA XYILLIAIXI E., Ross, California IISS.-X IlSN'l'C. Shreveport, La., Sail Diego, Calif. 'I .I. S2IlII'll'1llICISC'0, Cal MORRIS, MORRIS, JACK, IR., AT3 ROBERT L., IR. SA Dallas, Texas VC-4 Alexandria, Va. USNTC, M OSIER, HAROLD F., ETSN lX'IuSkegon, Michigan SSC, NTS., Atlantic City, N. Great Lakes, Illinois Great Lakes, Illinois MOUNTAIN, BENIAIX IIN, ALAN Chelmsford, Mass. N APS, Bainbridge, Md. MOWERY, MOYER, MUDGETT, MYERS, VINCENT O., AT2 KENNETH II., FRANCIS S., AT3 GERALD XV., Elysburg, Pa. RDSA North Conway, N. H. MMFA NATTC, Wllppillgcrs Falls,NY VF 63, St, Louis, Mo. Memphis, Tenn. Norfolk, Va. Oeana, Virginia USS. Johnston NATION, NELSON, NEVVSOME, NORGAARD, I. G., FN FLOYD C., ETAN yycslcx- Av Irv FN ROYCE O., ET3 Birmingham, Ala. Guilford, N. Y. D, L - Fosston, Minnesota USS. Cutlass, SSC., NTS., S ihfo EMS., CSS 4785 Great Lakes. Illinois U ' L C em Treasure IS.. Cal. NORIEGA - SANTIAGO, CUILLERME, SN San Patrieio, P. R. USS. Missouri, NOTM AN, lalxllzs xv.. SN Strcator, Illinois USS. A. 1. Isbell, qnn S693 OBERG, CHESTER R.. HN Appleton, VVisconsin NNMC., Bethesda, Maryland It 54l O'BRIEN, IOIIN T., SA Norfolk, Virginia USNTC, Great Lakes, Illinois OEIV CI IARLES lf., USMC.. Pfc. Kcoluik, Iowa IVXIIV, Clnain OI,CO'I"l'. GEORGE I., IR. SA. New Britain, Conn USS. Sf. Paul, l'.X'l'RlCK, IULIAN C., IR., ETSA S2II'2lIll12lll, Ccorgiu San Dicgo, Calif. PIERCE, ROBERT K., SA l7OI'tSlllOl1l'll. N. II. USNTC., Cmnt Lzilccs, Illinois POST. GEORGE XY.. AEAN Xlilnzinlicc. Vis. llcrinnclzi. B.VV.l. PETICRSEN. XYII,Lll.XlXI SA Clovclziml, Oliio New London. Conn. PILCIIER, HAROLD E., ET3 Czilcslnnrg. Illinois USN Sub. Station, Ncw London, Conn. OKI.-XLIA, RoBldR'l' ETSA Liverpool, N. Y. NTC., Crczit Lakes, Illinois . ,f i- .--. I l'ENDLl'i'l'ON 'ri IOMAS o., .IN Kansas City. Mo. PATRICK, IOIIN If., IR., YNg Slicfliclcl, Alabanna USS. LST 8gq PIIILLIPS, IOIIN D., ETSA Gillicrton, Pcnna. VA 35, NAS.. NTC., Qnonsct Point, R. I. Great Lakes, Illinois POLATTY, POLSIN, CI IARLES M., SA ROBERT XV., Saluda, S. C. ALAN USNTC., Ilion. N. Y. Szin Diego, Calif. Cuziiitmiunio Bay POSTI .E, DONALD B., AGAN Yslctzi, Texas Dnlilgrcn, Virginia PRICE. GEORGE E.. SA Iggl PROCTOR, HENRY A., USAF., Pfc. Independence, Or. Ift XV:iii'cil. XVy. ...vi PUS'l'I, RICHARD FNSN Syracuse, Indiana USS. Crecnfisli R AIIVORD, IOYIN D., YN3 Nast St, Louis, lll. Naval Station, 7 l ort Hnciicinc, Cal. RANZY, IAMIQS R.. ICMIVN Big Springs, 'Vcxas USS Dogfisli. CSS 350i REBICII, GEORGE. A'l'3 lXflC1llPl1lS, lllCl11l. NAS, Norfolk, Va. RAY, DON R., AA lliglnnorc, S. D. NAS., Mcinpliis, 'l'cnn. REYNOLDS, ANDRIIIVV I., AA San Antonio, Texas N.-X'l"l'C, lXlc111pl1iS. Tenn. RXNIOS, S'l'l+lVl'I L., DRS.-X Vallejo, Calif. USS. VTLILXRCT, lDDR S755 R.'XMSl'fUR, XVILLIAM USMC., Cpl. Patcrson, N. lfarlC, N. mg. RICGAN. IOHN R., SN NYicl1ira Falls, 'llCXLlS Cnain, MI RHODES. XX"lI.I.lAlX1 K., SA Norfolk, Virginia NTC., Crcat Laliw. Illinois RLIARDON, IOIIN R., RMSN Cincinnati, Ohio USS. lXlOlll2lgl1C. QAKA 983 RICKS. 1.U1N B., sfx ljlizalictlitown, N. C USS Roanalcc, K CL 431 RIDDLE, RICLILY, ROACH. ROBERTSON. IAMICS QX., SA IOSICPII F., IR.. XYILLIAN ICTSN ROBERT R., HNF.-X lliglilancl Park, Mich. ALAN XXvOOCll2l11Cl llills, Cal. San Antonio. Texas NAS., Buffalo, N. Y. Naval Alinc Vlarfare N.-NPS.. Qnonscr Point, R. I, Port Lyaiircy, Africa Yorktown, Va. Bainbriclgc, Md. E561 ROBINSON. ROCICRS, CARY Cu AN 'I'I IONLXS, IVCSA XX 1Ql11t11 Hills, 'l'cxz1s Hnmdcu' Cf'm1'4 NAPS., Cmpus Christi, 'l'cx. B11i11bridgC. Md. ROY, .XLTON L., USNIC., Sgt. Iloustmi, Texas Camp Iicjcuuc, N. C. SXNFC BRD, CLICN, USXIC.. Pfc. Xlillllli, lfloridzi Camp l'c11cUCto11, Cal. .gt i 55-5-. . -v 1.3, ii if I RUBIN, HAROLD S., SA Eric, I1Cllll2l. ROMXINIQ, HOW .XRD C., IC'l'g Llllillll City, N. NAS., Q11011sctl't.. R. I. 1 1 A , 6? 5 .- Q ..iti RUNYAN, 111C11.111D D., Usxc.. Pfc. NAPS, S2111 Bcrmircliiio, Cul. Bziiiibridgc, Nd. Camp LCiCllIlC, N. C. SAULS, SCALISI. j.XXII1LSR,, l'IXIl".'X VICTOR, IR., AA Izicksoiivillc, Fla. Ktlz111tu, Georgia SSC, NTC.. NATTC. S1111 Diego, Cal. Mcuiphis, Tenn. RC JVVLEY, ROIHICRT .'X., 'VHSN Ncxmrk, N. USS Dycss, tDDR 8801 .,.. .. ik 3 SALAS, 111L1,1N, ETSA Stuildzirdville. Utah NTC., S4111 Diego, Calif. SCI IANEN. ROBERI' R., USAF., Pfc. Pt. XXY2lSllil1gtO1l,, YVis Scott Field, IH. E 11 A . SCIIAPER, SCIIICID, SCIIULDEN, SCHUBIANN, DPIIYXI XR O., lC'l'g IOIIN D.. NMSX XYII.LI.XM II., A'l'g XX'.XI.'l'ICR X.. grcl. Nlll1V2l11C. Kz111s11s N2lPf11COl1. Ohio YYc1oclside. N. Y. SOSN USNTC., NAPS., N.-XPS, S1111 A11to11io, YIVCXQIS 'l'rc11s111'c Is11111d, Cul. B11i11l1ridgc, Md. Bniiibridgc, Nld. Sllll Diego, CLllif0Tlli2l l,,I SCOTT, SCOTT, SEACORD, LANVRIHINCF A., SN LAYVRICNCE R., IOHN Rl., ET3 Bridgeport, Conn. ADAN XX'insted, Conn. USS. Torsk, Clio, Blieliigan USNS, ISS 4z3j San lfraneiseo, Cal. Key YVest. Florida SICSLIYIR, RALPH N., l+I'l'3 Uniontown, Pa. USNS, Tonove Pt. Astoria, Ore. SHAl"l"RAN, SHAUCILR, SHANE, S. AT3 RALPH C., IR. FRANK L., SN Denver, Colo. ATAA Corning, N. Y. CAG-1, YE-12, Clifton, N. Brooklyn Shipyard, Ceeil Field, Fla. Bainbridge, Mid. Brooklyn, N. Y. SHIELDS, SHIMEK. SHORE, ROBERT C., ATAA PAUL, AN HAROLD E., IR.. Blooinslunrg, Penna. Hazen, Arkansas USMC., Cpl. NATTC., NAS, Philadelphia, Penna. Meiiipliis, Tenn. Aloltett Field, Cal. Cainp Pendleton. Cal. sr IAXV, RICHARD P., FCSA San Bernardino, Cal San Diego, Cal. SHOREY. CLARK VV., RD3 linglewood, N. USS Palau, fCVI+11zzI SHUCAR, SHUMAN, SILLICRS. IOSEPH R., EDXVIN A., III SA NVlLLlAlXl, IR., SNSS Klarbleliead, Mass. ETSA Reading, Penna. Fire Control Teeli. VVolnnt Creek, Cal. USS Tusk, ISS 4z6I YVasliington, D. C. Treasure Island, I58l SINGLILTON. LAXYRLINCE D., MUSA San Iose, Calif. Bainbridge, Nld. 1 SIZE, SKEES. XLYIN D., ICNIVX RICIII1XRDI'I...XCg I,0ll1l7llI'Cl, Illinois Delianee. Oliio USS. Doglisli. NAS., ISS ggol Xliaini. Floricla SI.qXUCII'l'ER, ROGER C., IISXX XX'i11el1ester, Ohio NKTTC, Kleinpliis. Tenn. SIAVVSON, THOMAS M., .-XMAN lilinira, N. Y. Coco Solo, C. Z. SLOAN, SIXIITII, D. V.. ETz NIICRRIILI., KN -,X1IICllllCIfY' Fla. - -' S'l' 'zclf,N.Y, District CO111. Off., C luledl 5 Navy No. 128 sP1+:1111Y, SPIKER, 1101111111 D., 11111cW,xNN.x11 K., 1fCsA sw Niota, Illinois USS Antietam, Ianesvillc. His. Great Lakes. Illinois QIIOIISCT Point, R. I. SNIDER, Lloyd II., ETSA San Bernarcliiio, Cal. SPEICIIT, I, LEE., EMFN Laraniic, Wlyoining ICT Seliool, Treas. Im. USS ISIIPCTUIS, California QDD 851j SPINDLER, STACK, C., MMFN Clarion, Pennzi. USS IIenrieo, I APA 455 IANES II., .NN Beaeli Haveii, N. NTS, .Xil211lflC City. N. S'l'IQ.XDMAN, S'l'li.XCALL, Il'lSSI'l D., 1-XA XYILLIXBI ll.. Tnelccr, Georgia ETSA NAS.. Agana, S1111 Xnronio. Texas cllllllll, NI. I. S1111 Diego, Calif. S'l'l'1l".XNFlLI.I, XIXRIO, ETSN Pliilziclclpliia, Penn. SSC, NTC., Great Lakes, Illinois lgql S'l'l+ll'Ill'1NSUN, XIORRIS II., FTSA lXle111pl1is, Tenn. NTC., S1111 Diego. Calif. STEVENSON, STICYVART, S'l'EXYAR'l', S'l'l'IXYAR'l', DONALD VV., CHARLES E., DONALD G., ETSA KENNETH II., IVCSN ALAA l"ranklin, Penna, RINISA., Crass Valley, Calif. Pnrixsnfawney, Pa, NTC., Nineveli, Pa. USS Mississippi, Alenipliis. 'l'enn. Creat Lakes, Illinois Bainbridge. Md, STICKLINC, XVILLIAM R. ET SA Elgin, Illinois Creat Lakes, Illinois STUCKEY, JAMES B., SA Deeafnr, Illinois USS Sarda, C SS 488j S'l'ORCK, STORRER, S'l'REE'l', BERNARD F., LYLE E., EFSA ROY P., IR.. ADAIX ETSA Montpelier, Oliio lllioenix, Arizona Baltimore, lXIaryland Radar Seliool, NOB., Creat Lakes, Illinois Norfolk, Virginia Bernincla, BAV.I. SULLIVAN, SUTIIERLAND, SXVEET, DCQNAXLIU BI? ET-5 'l'ERENCl'1 B., IIARRY AA , , . AT l ueson, Arizona 3 Mare Island, Calif, Ventura, Calif. Iaeksonville, Fla. San Mateo, Calif NArl"l'U, NAS., Lakelinrsf, N. SVVITZER, TAYLOR, TAYLOR, 'I'IBBE'l"l'S, ANTON R., SN ARTHUR C., EISN LOXVELL S., IIERBPIRT lfl., AA Rielnnorid, Va. Buffalo, N. Y. SN KSSQ Dover, N. II. USS Bayfield, SSC, N'l'S, Rockford, Illinois USNTC, IAPA Nl Creaf Lakes, Illinois USS Tusk, Great Lakes, Illinois I6ol 'l'ISD.XLlEl. 'l'IlONl.XS. 'l'llORXBURClI, TIPSIIUS. XLBIN A.. li'l'S.X CXLVIN XY.. N. ROSS, ICDNYXRD C., Russell. Kansas A'l'.'X.'X USMC., Pfc. USMC., Cpl. USNTC, Niofzl. lllL'l1Il. l,0IIl0ll2l, Calif. ClllL'klg0, Illinois Sam Dicgo, Call. Sam Diego. Calif, Szmta Am. Calif. l"ort Riley. Kansas 'l 'OYYNSICNI1 'l'RI'l.XCY. ULMIQR, UZDAVINES. 'l'l1lUM.XS A.. 11111111 1.111 AXKQ DONXLD Nl.. E'l'g 108111111 1.111 SN 1 IIXMWCQ11 XYCQ l,ClIIlJT0liC, Xlc. 11lE?'g1ll' N' Plxilaclclpllizl, Pa. nc:'so11,, IC ugun 1 1 1 1 1 . muugorc, 1 1 1 1 11 11 1,111111 1511111111 C1 NSC. Cflldlll, N. I. 185 3-131 lTLJS11lL ls.. Cal. VgXl,Dl'lZ, YXVICRKA. XVACG. XY.-XCNER. IANIICS QX.. SN RXYMOXIU CICRXLD IC., SQXSS ROLAND .XA Sam Dicgo. Calif. EXIF X .XlllJ1ll'1l, Maine S2ll1l3OTll, N. Y. ICNIS., llCllllCSSCf'. Olclzu. USS lNlcclrcgz1l, N.YlWl'C, lll1'C2lSl1I'C lslzmd, Cal. USS llecfor, SS 4301 lxlL'll1Pl1lS. Illflllll. XY.'Xl..Kl'lR, VQXSKOM. XY'X'l'SON, YYICNN. ROBl'lR'I' L.. FCSN 1fR.xNK lc., ROBERT M., SN LLOYD M12 Baltimore. Nlcl. USXIC.. Pfcx Ognlcn. Utzlll 111111111 M111111g1111 Rcccivillg Station. Kansas City. Mo. NMS.. 11111101 SC 1 ' XYQ1sl1ingtou. D, C. USS. X, lf. lXIlClCl'SOlI 'l'rcz1surc Islzmcl. Cul. ' x lt ll' 'lo l61l XVER' VZ. GENE S., AA Bryan, Oliio USS F. D. Roosevelt, KCVB 42l lztv J XVI lITl'IlllCgXD, IXMIUS B., AFAN Coleman, Texas NAS., Pensacola, Florida VVYDA, IOIIN S., AG3 Ashley, Perma. AFVVC, Norfolk. Virginia XVHITE, DONALD HN Cliinago, Illinois NNMC, Bethesda, Md. ,,,,. . ., 3 XYILKINSON, CHARLES. SN lSSl Bridgeport, Conn. USS Bugara, YADLOXYSKY, PIQTER, USMC., Pfc. Icrscy City, N. XVasliington, D. C. is Sha: av fi.. .sf le -rw if ii if x XYIIITE, V IACK A., SA San Angelo, Texas USNTC, San Diego, Calif, VVlll'l'l'i. IXI.'XRSll.'XLL N.. FN Ylorccster, Mass. USS. Nlzinclicsfcr KCLSH Y : g mm: if lggifii A a XYlLLliXRlS. JIM F.. M Okcniali, Okla. N.XT'l'C, Xlcnipliis. 'l'cnn. YOUNG, PAUL F.. AN Alton, Illinois N I.-XTS, Pafuxcnf River. Mal. XYILLI.-XMS. XYILLIXIXI R.. SA pXnni.sfon, Alaluaina USNTC, San Diego. Calif. Y:XRBROllCll, ROGICR N.. .MX RenwiCli. Iowa San Dcgo. Calif. ZABLIC. YOUNG, ZANE, ZOOK, IOSEPH .XA ROBERT, SN BICNNY L., l'il"SR Rlcllixlllj Mu Newark. N. Niagara Falls. N. Y. Protccfion, Kansas QOSY NAS., USS Saipan, USNS, , , A K Laleeliursf, N. QCVL 485 San Diego, Cal. USS CONC HUD 866i l6:l ZUI IXRS. XX .XL'l'l'1R X.. SOS X Clhllllllllll.-, Ohio, USS. Croupcr A A COPHLJXND. ICDXYARD C., :XLQ Silver Spring, Md. Lnkclinrst. N. IVRXNCIS. IXNIIQS G., USM" Rochester, Minn. Scott, UVB, Ill. ZUILKK HSKI, RONALD R., lI.'X Oil City, Pcnn. llospitul Corps Sch. Cmnt Lakes, Illinois XRCIIXMBO, IOIIN If., R313 Hopkins, Minn. USS. Cutlass BURRUS. XYILLIANI Pfc llngelliard, N. C. Tokyo, Izipan DOLLQXRD, DUNBAR. FOS'l 'IWIR, IOIIN L.. USAF Spring Valley, N. Y. Bolling .-XI"B,, NY1isliington. D. C. FREEMAN. VAN L., .-XB.-KN Ilric, Pcnnzi. USS. Leytc IANIICS R.. S.-X Darlington. Incl. lN'l'C, Sun Diego. Cal CAINOR. SCOTT, R. HSAA Shreveport, Lu. N.X'I"l'C, Memphis, 'I'cnn. HALL, RIClIARDII..Pfc. HOW-'XRD LH M XXvll1lli1lgl'0l1, Del. Camp Pcncllcton, Cal Crossvillc, VIVCIIII. NQXTTC, Memphis 'l'CnnessCC . A , . A S 1 0 A Q' ' rtt .A . b li ...,. 4 . L .i L '2." .-,. I l.XLBl'1RS'I'AD'l'. I IXRRIS. I IUNT, IARABEK, IIIQRBICRT L.. DQYLL1 DA' 55 HERNMN L., .LX IYJXLJL XI-V HN -- 3' ' . . . R :Pd Lay Chznintc. Kansas CICCTO- mlll01S aunt, is. , , I . , ,I J N . I ' -- VNU K ' V XY Vt. lfnstis, Vai. NAS' N'UH1f"1Sv 'Um lcnncsscc L S ' tl ut Ifvgl IcINIcIc.'m, Kooivs, LINK, InoNALD cs., AA GOIQQQN G. IOIIN G., SN Miami, Okla, , I1 I SN Baltimore, Md. B, b ,VP T H Riverlieacl, N. Y. , B ,N D F ,lf ers t., . . SSC, Cmnt Lakes, ml USS orIL,l D ,oi MAMMARELLI, VINCENT T., ETz Darby, Penna. USS Yosemite MOORE, MARVIN K., USMC, Pfc. Marion. Alabama Camp Catlin, Ha. PORTER, DONALD II., ETQ Cairo, Illinois USS F. D. Roosevelt MARTINEZ, EDMUND, E., SA Valdez. Colo. EMS., 'l'reas. Is., Cal. O'CONNOR, NEIL lf., ACI Omaha, Nebraska USN Exam Center, Norfolk, Va. A ,,..., :,, .,.. - - if" I In ,,.. .... .-b: I - PUCKETT Mc GINTY, IOIIN B., USMC.. Cpl. St. Louis, Mo. Quantico, Va. PARULIS. WILLIAM I., AMAN Nlincrsville, Penna. NAS, Patuxent Riv., LOEGREN, THEO. M., SN Ilolclreclgc. Neb. USS Rlacon. CA 132 MOON, ROBERT L.. USMC RlCl'lIllOlKl. Calif. Camp Pendleton, Cal PETERSON. KENNICTII A., USA.. Ret. Trout, MiClIig.III Fort Rilcv, Kansas ' , PUGII, IOIIN XV., LEONARD C., USMC., Pfc. DMSN Colnmlaia, Miss. Suimyvalc, Calif. NAS, Corpus Christi USS. Iason, ARH 1 I64 I READ, RICIIARD R., ETSN Cowancla. N. Y. SSC, Great Lakes, Ill. SCIIUNNFNIXN. SILXLIL. ROBERT YY.. SX OLIVER P.. YNSA Dczldwood, S. D. I'1CliIlhlIl'g, Texas YNPS, Bilillhfillgl NAPS. B11i11briflgC 'Xlnrylancl Xl:1rylz111d 1 x 1 'Q - I-if Xl. W.- S'l'RlCl+I'I'l'IR, TIIOMPSON, XYIILI.-XXI R.. ,XDI'II.l3IYR"I' lf. SOSN USU", Pvt. Los .,'XllgClCS, Calif. El'XYill. Tenn. FSS. S2111 Dicgo. Cul. Kiffllllld ,-XFB, N. NI. WW' Q2 Q9 an SILXIX. SIH'fl'HI'1RD. IOSICPII, .XX CHARLIQS II. IUCCQIUIT. .xlilblllllll USMC. Pfc. N.'X'l"l'C. NQWTO11, Iowa XR-111pl1is. TC1111. C11111p Pc11dlcto11. C3111 Ln' ' M ,- t V.,,.1, 1 A13 V A '1'11o1zN'roN, XYINN. NORRIS ZA 1f11.-xxx N.. DKSN USMC" Pfl' l'wC11t'0l1, xlikqligilll Ci11c'i1m11t1. Ohio , , F F A SSC,C1fL'2ff Lum. Ill. M' X0W"L1" VW" l6gl XVC have studied, hoped, even prayed that one day we might he among those pictured Jhoveg for the nien are inidshipnien, thc building is the beautiful und inipressive Bancroft Hull, .ind the grounds are those of- TIIE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND , , , ,7, ADVERTISERS The citizens of the City of Newport congratulate you and extend their best wishes for your continued success. MAYOR EDMUND W. PARDEE PARK MOTOR SALES AND SERVICE ROBERTS CLEANSERS N A S H C AR S Carl Keppler John N. McLean Telephone 4494 PARK MOTOR SERVICENTER GULF PRODUCTS I7 CHAPEL STREET NEWPORT, R. I. ONE MILE CORNER Telephone 6145 NEWPORT, R. It Telephone 4454 l68I BUWL AND SKATE CAROOZA MOTORS, INC. AT THE SALES AND SERVICE A R E N A Opposite Newport Beech OPEN EVERY NIGHT SUNDAY MATINEE Telephone 865 THE SURF HOTEL Next to Eastoifs Beach Specializing in Charcoal Broiled Steaks and Seafood Dancing every Saturday Night VVonderful Facilities for Dances, Parties, and Ship's Parties CUMMINGS MOTOR SALES Authorized LINCOLN - MERCURY SALES AND SERVICE CONNELL HIGHWAY Opposite Naval Hospital Newport 4737 - 4738 Dodge and Plymouth Dodge Job Rated Trucks M. I. Cardoza, Pres. F. J. Silvia, Vice Pres. 25 Treas. Connell Highway COMPLIMENTS OF PERRY GARAGE Buick Sales and Service 30 LONG WHARF NEWPORT, R. I. Telephone 2 6 0 L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY "Known wherever there are Schools and Colleges" DISTINCTIVE CLASS RINGS Created by the Skilled Hands of Balfour Craftsmen Commencement Invitations - Diplomas Personal Cards Club Insignia Medalsi5Trophies REPRESENTED BY TOM GALVIN L. G. Balfour Co., Attleboro, Mass. COMPLIMENIIS OF ANDERSON LITTLE COMPANY, INC. A GREAT NAME IN THE MANUFACTURE OF FINE CLOTHING 847 PLEASANT STREET FALL RIVER, MASS. J. T. O'CONNELL, INC. 83 - 91 LONG WHARF Telephone 2220 NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND STANDARD WHOLESALE COMPANY 63 LONG WHARF FIRESTONE Ranges. Refrigerators. Vxfashing Machines Television. Home fd Auto Supplies. Paints Glass, Wallpaper J. F. A. COMPANY Telephone 563 162 - 166 BROADVJAY THE ELEGANT CUSTOM TAILORING Amado V. Bohadilla. Master Cutter We make uniforms for Armed Forces Dry Cleaning. Alterations. Pressing 35 THAMES ST. NEWPORT ROCK MOTORS HUDSON MOTOR CARS Amy A. Sassi 41 MILL ST. TEL. 3135 DAVID J. BYRNE CO. 330 BROADWAY NEWPORT RHODE ISLAND YE VIKING SHOPPE AMY I-I. JANES CARDS - TOYS 208 BELLEVUE TEL. 3264 NEWPORT, R. I. ANN'S KITCHEN There is no substitute for QUALITY FOOD TELEVISION IN THE LOUNGE SERVING DRAFT BEER AND ALE 2 MILE COR. PHONE 3778 BOVE CHEVROLET 8-10 FIR ST. TEL. 3095 NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND For Sea Food At Its Best ANGELO'S A. Fotelis, Proprietor Specializing in Sizzling Steaks NEWPORT FLORISTS INCORPORATED ROBERT CLIFFORD, Manager OPEN YEAR ROUND Telephone 4177 212 BELLEVUE AVENUE CONNELL RD. TEL. 5386 MIDDLETOWN, R. I. srt ttiiin A You like if .:.. :f:- . It llkes you W PAUL AND EDDIE'S BAR AND GRILLE Pizza Pies, our Specialty Famous for Italian Foods 162 Broadway Telephone 3039 Compliments of JAY ANDREW Customized Clothing Disney Hats Manhattan Shirts 107 BROADWAY TEL. 990 COMPLIMENTS OF RITCHIE FLORISTS 87 - 89 BROADWAY REX LIQUOR STORE B. GOTNICK, Prop. WINES, LIQUORS, BEERS WE DELIVER 116 BROADWAY TEL. 4059 I7o1 PURITAN RESTAURANT I'heo. Mangaritis, Prop. Specializing in Steaks, Chops, Meat Balls, Spaghetti Sandwiches Put up to Take Out lOl THAMES ST. T'EL. 4704 JACK 6' HARRY 80 BROADWAY Next to Paramount Theatre Telephone 2122 Special Discount to Service Personnel Compliments of LEO'S CARD E5 GIFT SHOP Greeting Cards for All Occasions 27 TOURO ST. Next to Opera Congratulations to GRADUATING CLASS OF 1950 SEARS, ROEBUCK 25 CO. NEWPORT, R. I. McGregor Sportswear Adam Hats POTTER ANDCO. CLOTHES EoR DAD 'N LAD l72 THAMES ST. TEL. 392 NEWPORT, R. I. Mallory Hats Arrow Shirts Compliments of THE EMBASSY RESTAURANT VJherc Cooking is an Art Eaiting a Real Pleasure 206 THAMES ST. NEWPORT Compliments of WASHINGTON SQUARE BOW'LING ALLEY AT THE BUS STOP NEWPORT, R. I. Compliments of JOHN'S LIQUOR STORE 9 LONG WHARF VICTORY LUNCH Dinners and All Kinds of Sandwiches ll4 THAMES STREET Compliments of FAMOUS GRILL 50 SPRING STREET Near the Bus Station Compliments of SUNOCO SERVICE STATION OCCASO BROTHERS THAMES STREET VEE-BEE HOBBY SHOP Everything for the Hobbyist SPRING ST. QNear Touro St.j NEWPORT, R. I. CORIS - TINE Thomas F. Coristine, Prop. Hardware, Paints, Glass, Gifts, Appliances Repairing Keys Made, Locks Repaired LOCKSMITH TQ1. 5637 115 spring sf. LION DRUG COMPANY Call 6762 for Free Delivery 316 BROADWAY NEWPORT NEWPORT CLOCK SHOP H. W. DUCE, PROP. TELEPHONE 710 Watches, Clock 8 China Repair G I F T S 18 FRANKLIN ST. NEWPORT Telephone 904 Free Deliveries BOSTON LIQUOR SHOP JOHN SALVATI Beer, Wines, Liquors, Champagne Open Evenings 237 SPRING ST. NEWPORT 71 I CUSTOM TAILOR Alterations of all Kinds D. S. MELLO Army and Navy Uniforms Made to Order Cleaning and Pressing 310 BROADWAY TEL. 5185 "Por the Best, Pollow the Rest" JOE DE COTIS New Colonial Beauty and Tonsorial Parlors Telephone 482 Broadway and Friendship Street THE ROMAN GARDEN WE SERVE Choice Steaks, Veal Cutlets and Other Meals And of Course 4 Spaghetti a la Roman Gardens Vwle also carry Choice Liquors and Beers LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN OPP. POST OFFICE TEL. 2940 NICK'S SERVICE CENTER Naval and Civilian Tailor Pressing and Altering While You Wait 98 THAMES ST NEWPORT Buy the . . . TRIDENT MAGAZINE for the best of reading matter when you get to the Naval Academy MOSS MUSIC CENTER Musical Instruments Records, etc. Wurlitzer Pianos 98 BROADWAY TEL. 5844 BEST XVISHES L. D. LANDMAN Imported and Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS - Eree Delivery - 170 BROADWAY TEL. 3547 Compliments of SHORT LINE BUS CO. E. S. PECKHAM COAL AND ICE CO., INC. 411 THAMES ST. TEL, 1364 ENRICO CASSESE HALL TYPES OP TAILORINGH FUR REMODELING 381 THAMES ST. TEL. 724 Compliments of PRED'S BARBER SHOP 415 TI-IAIVIES ST. NEWPORT P. 25 G. ESSO SERVICENTER Road Service, Auto Repairing Tune-ups 391 THAMES ST. TEL. 6140 Photographs of Distinction taken THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Developing '65 Printing, 24 hr. service 5 BROADWAY, opp. A. Y5. N. "Y" VALET SERVICE SHOPPE, INCORPORATED Laundry. Dry Cleaning, Dyers. Fur Storage Shoe Rebuilding. Tailoring Rug Cleaning Hat Cleaning All YVork done on Premises Call and Deliver Service at No Extra Cost 90 BROADWAY TEL. 2577 Qeoage ' ,.Z.a. Aumounn Q onus TUBLEY'S SPA Luncheonette - Delicatessen Cor. Touro '55 Spring Sts. Tel, 3051 l 72 Compliments of Nvumnrt Eailg Nunn Newport. R. I. Meet your buddies at fide L-ibairg lounge NeWport's Finest Snack Bar and Fountain Corner of Spring '55 Bull Sts. Telephone l292 'eAfA 3,1 KKCLFLQ Real Estate - Insurance Jamestown, Rhode Island Fred C. Clarke David W. Clarke 13? fl? Tildenillhurller ffewekm 613100 48-56' PROVIDENCE. RHODE ISLAND PROVIDENCE 2. RHODE ISLANC Where you always shop with confidence GUSTAVE J. S. WI-IITE INCORPORATED Read Estate - Insurance Auctioneers - Appraisrs 37 BELLEVUE AVENUE NEWPORT. R. I. Telephone 598 Established 1913 ,. is - r Q Aiwwi NEWPOR 1 4555? NEVJ YoRK 3, I 1 Lbcwial pony INCORIN HRATEIU JEWliI.ERS ff SILVERSMITHS 182 BELLEVUE AVE. NEVVPORT. R. I BRANCHES AT WAYLAND SQUARE AND NEWPORT Gifts ' Jewelry E Silver, etc. Newport, Rhode Island 160 THAMES ST., NEWPORT I7l RECORDS NEWPORT MOTOR SALES, HILLBILLY 26 POPULAR INCORPORATED Also the 45 R. P. M. STUDEBAKER BROADWAY RADIO SHOP 40 BROADWAY NEWPORT Compliments of S. ADELSON COMPANY Tobacco, Pipes, Stationery 3 5 9 -6 5 THAMES ST. NEWPORT BERNIE'S DRY GOODS 2719 EAST MAIN ROAD PORTSMOUTH, R. I. JOE REGO RIVERVIEW CAFE Tel. 2980 Portsmouth, R. I. "CURLEY" C A I N ' S NARRAGANSETT CAFE 586 PARK AVENUE PORTSMOUTH, R. I. Compliments of CHARLES HORSMAN PORTSMOUTH, R. I, CHARLIE'S VARIETY STORE 378 PARK AVENUE PORTSMOUTH, R. I. Candy, Cigars, Groceries Sealtest Ice Cream Telephone 295 Sales and Service TWO MILE CORNER Compliments of MCHENRY 125 HAWKINS REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE Two Mile Corner Telephone 783 Middletown, R. I. LA FIESTA RESTAURANT AND' CAFE HENRY BARRON. Proprietor CHOICE WINES LIQUORS AND BEER EXCELLENT FOOD Two Mile Corner Tel. 5062 Compliments of NARRAGANSETT ROOM Two Floor Shows Nightly I8-26 THIRD ST. FALL RIVER ANN'S KITCHEN There is no substitute for QUALITY FOOD TELEVISION IN THE LOUNGE SERVING DRAFT BEER AND ALE 2 MILE COR, PHONE 3778 RADIO 26 APPLIANCE CENTER 204 BROADWAY EXPERT TV 86 RADIO SERVICE Telephone 43 47 Compliments of HUNT'S DRUG STORE JAMESTOWN, R. I. A'We Serve Breakfast" GALLAGHER'S ' NUT HOUSE GARNETT'S WHERE ALL NUTS HANG OUT SANDWICH SHQP 557 PARK AVENUE 9 FERRY WHARE - TEL. 235 PORTSMOUTH, R. I. JAMESTQWN, R. It I l '74 Compliments of A Cordial Welcome is Extended Every EGAN S Member of the Student Body LAUNDRY '55 CLEANERS. 1 INCORPORATED The Armed SGYVICQS Y. M. C. A. 8 MILL ST. TEL. 500 NEWPCRT, Rh I' NEWPORT, R. I. Best Wishes - SUPERIOR CLEANERS THE NEWPORT CREAMERY, INC. ICE CREAM West Main Road 665 Central Ave. Newport. R. I. Pawtucket, R. I ROCHESTER CLOTHES Smart Suits, Topcoast, Sport Coats, and Slacks PROVIDENCE, R. I. ROGERS JEWELRY STORE Telephone, Gaspee 7608 248 WESTMINSTER ST. PROVIDENCE, R. I. COURT HOUSE AUTO LAUNDRY lA Vifash That Looks Like a Polishj Open Sundays, 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. 25 MEN ON DUTY - NO WAITING Cor. So. Water iff Crawford Streets Telephone Manning l-9073 ROBERTS STUDIO PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY 26 ARCADE BLDG Vvfestminster St., Providence, R. I. CHOICE LIQUORS GAspee 9333, 5929 PORT ARTHUR RESTAURANT 123 Weybosset St. Providence. R. I. TOW HEGONG. Manager Dancing and Floor Show All Year Round PACKER BRAMAN AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE l 77 THAMES ST. NEWPORT Telephones 5200 - 5201 NEWPORT YOUTH CENTER Boys' and Young Men's Clothing 241 THAMES ST. TEL, 5363 NEWPORT, R. I. L,I P P I T T ' S Toys, Novelties, Souvenirs, Gifts Army - Navy Supplies Open Evenings Till .10 P. M. Phone 1016 145 Thames St. Newport, R. I. A R ON S O N ' S Established 1897 Jewelry, Gift and Luggage Store 189 THAMES ST NEWPORT Telephone 5 09 7 NEWEIELD JEWELERS 213 THAMES ST. NEWPORT Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry Silverware BEST WISHES FROM TEDDY'S SUPREME LUNCH 3 6 BROADWAY NEWPORT THE NARRAGANSETT CLOTHING CO. Corner of Government Landing Men's and Young Men's Wear Since 1883 , t 7 I For Fine Framing Call A ALBERT PETERSEN'S Print 25 Framing Shop 180 BELLEVUE AVENUE TEL. 3845 NEWPORT, R. I. JOHN H. KAZANJIAN '35 CO. Established 1884 Telephone 55 Rugs, Furniture, China 25 Draperies VE. AND BATH ROAD BELLEVUE A NEWPORT, R. I. THE AVENUE MEN'S SHOP NEWPORT'S SMARTEST 178 BELLEVUE AVENUE Telephone 2438 COMPLIMENTS OF CAREY 25 RICHMOND REAL ESTATE 8 INSURANCE 30 BELLEVUE AVENUE Telephone 770 SULLY'S SPA Aquidneck Ave., near the Beach U-R-A stranger but once at Sullv's Novelties - Beach Supplies -Food ICE CREAM THE TERRACE HOTEL Newport Beach, Route 138 opp. Furnished Rooms- Apartments Dining Room ' Cocktail Lounge Telephone 6151 Compliments of CAPITOL RESTAURANT 28 WASHINGTON SQ. and SEVEN SEAS MIDDLETOWN L Y N C H ' S Medicines, Cosmetics, Magazines LUNCHEONETTE Telephone 5 5 3 8 Aquidneck Ave., Middletown, R. I. BAS UNI O 55 ATHLETIC GOODS EBALL. FooTBA1.1.. BASKETBALL MS. SHOES. GYM- EQUIPMENT HEFFERNAN'S utfitters to the Fleet iff Shore Bases BELLEVUE AVE. TEL. 3919 FOR R Y A N ' S SPORTS EQUIPMENT Cor. Mill and Thames Streets WHOILESALE '25 RETAIL Telephone 8 4 2 Compliments of WALSH BROTHERS 218 - 222 THAMES STREET COMPLIMENTS OF A F R I E N D MERKER'S MUSIC STORE Phonographs Records - Sheet Music MUSIC ACCESSORIES 121 Bellevue Ave. Tel. 101 COMPLIMENTS OF BRIC'S MARKET AND BRIC'S WINE SHOP HERBERT L. DYER AGENCY Milton E. Ryan Francis X. A. Flannery REAL ESTATE 26 INSURANCE 137 BELLEVUE AVE. TEL. 237 COMPLIMENTS OF CARNEY and FITZGERALD Tires - Batteries - Accessories CONNELL HIGHWAY TEL. 1234 1761 THE MILE POST "Where Newport Meets to Eat" At the Two Mile Corner A. J. SILVIA Sales PACKARD Service WILLYS JEEPS 37 MILL ST. TEL. 3985 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1 9 5 O HOOD'S ICE C R E A M New England's Favorite CLAIRMONT GRINNELL'S PONTIAC SALES 8 SERVICE General Repairs and Service for All Cars 33 years serving Newport County 50 FRIENDSHIP ST. TEL. 262-W mmingfon war! MANUEL BROTHERS STORAGE WAREHO'USE AND MOVERS 189 THIRD STREET NEWPORT, R. I. PRINTING W.H.HINES Greeting Cards - Stationery Photographers All kinds of Paper Goods Monograming and Stamping Harrisburg. lO7 SPRING STREET Pennsylvania Telephone 3107 l77l INDEX T0 ADVERTISERS Newport Adelson, S. fd Co. Newport Anderson-Little Co. Fall River Andrew, Jay Newport Angelo's Restaurant Newport Ann's Kitchen Middletown 74 id Arena Bowling Alleys Middletown Aronson's Jewelers Newport Avenue Men's Shop Newport Balfour, L. G. Attleboro, Mass. Bernie's Dry Goods Portsmouth Boston Liquor Store Newport Bove Chevrolet Newport Braman, Packer Agency Newport Bric's Market fi' Wine Shop Newport Broadway Radio Shop Newport Byrne, D, J. Co. Druggist Newport Cain's Narragansett Cafe Portsmouth Capitol Restaurant Y5 Seven Seas Npt. Cardoza Motors Newport Carey and Richmond Newport Carney and Fitzgerald Newport Cassese, Enrico, Tailor Newport Charlie's Variety Portsmouth Coca Cola Bottling Co. Newport Coris-Tine Hardware Newport Court House Auto Laundry Providence Cummings Motor Sales Newport Dairy Lounge Newport DeCotis, Joe Newport Dyer, H. L. Agency Newport Egan's Laundry Newport Electric Studios Newport Elegant Tailor Newport Embassy Restaurant Newport Famous Grill Newport Fred's Barber Shop Newport Friend, A. Newport Gallagher's Nut House Portsmouth Garnett's Sandwich Shop Jamestown Grinnell, Clairmont L,, Pontiac Newport Harrison, George, Ford Newport Heffernan's Newport Hines, W. H,, Photographer Harrisburg, Pa. Hood, H. P. Fall River Horseman, Charles Portsmouth Hunt's Drug Store Jamestown Jack and Harry's Newport J.F.A. Firestone Newport John's Liquor Store Newport Kazanjian, J, M. Y5 Co. Newport La Fiesta Restaurant Newport Landman, L. D. Liquors Newport Leo's Card and Gift Shop Newport Lion Drug Co. Newport Lippitts Newport Lynch's Luncheonette Middletown Manuel Brothers Newport McHenry and Hawkins Newport Mello, D. S. Tailor Newport Meredith and Clarke Jamestown 78 Merker's Music Store Mile Post Restaurant Moss Music Store Narragansett Clothing Co. Narragansett Room Newfield's Newport Clock Co. Newport Creamery Newport Daily News Newport Florist Newport Motor Sales Youth Cen ter Nick's Service Center Occaso Sunoco S-tation O'Connell, J. T. Pardee, E. W., Mayor Park Motor Sales Paul and Eddies Peckham, E. S. Coal U Ice Peterson's Photo Shop Perry Garage Buick P E5 G Esso Servicenter Port Arthur Restaurant Potter and Co. Puritan Restaurant Radio and Appliance Center Rex Liquor Store Ritchie Florist Riverview Cafe Robert's Cleaners Robert's Studio's Rochester Clothes Rock Motors Rogers Jewelry Roman Garden Rough, David R. Ryan's Sporting Goods Sears Roebuck Co. Seven Up Bottling Co. Shepherd Store Short Line Bus Co. Silvia, A. J, Packard Standard Wholesale Co. Sully's Spa Superior Cleaners Supreme Lunch Surf Hotel Terrace Hotel Tilden Thurber Trident Magazine Tubley's Spa Valet Service Shop Vee Bee Hobby Shop Victory Lunch Walsh Brothers Washington Square Alleys Ward, Remington White, Gustave J, S. Ye Viking Shoppe Y Armed Services Newport Newport Newport Newport Fall River Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Providence Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Portsmouth Newport Providence Providence Newport Providence Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Providence Newport Newport Newport Middletown Newport Newport Middletown Middletown Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport


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