US Navy Officer Candidate School - Sea Chest Yearbook (Newport, RI)

 - Class of 1953

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4 - 'rrgj :.1,,4s,f M- ',:"g ' T I - " 5 ,f 'fff :W- And he that is wise will observe them, M digest- ye strive and .ln 'anger be ported,W. ,e Going down' in his ship to the sea. 'efghknid lessen thefmight of yourshipti , 7,4 SL V ,jj you labor frpm morn until even, I 'fl3l'3iSfil,l ,folijthe winners t orry, 'T-nfgfldfgtfvithvfreproof for your toil, Take thy fate 'as it comes, with fsml lf is yygll-4':1Q'.:l10lf'l'll8 gun may be humbled, And when thou art safe in the harbor The 'compressor must check the recoil. They will envy, but may not r 4' So Qliqll 1-Hou, lest, perchance, thou. grow weary Take heed in thy manner of speaking, lnnthe uttermost parts of the sea, yy That the language ye use may be sound Pray for leave, for the good of theiif-U"."" 'ln thie list of the words ofa l As, uch and as oft as be. "Impossible" may not l ,Qs ,pi f wins, V Do they growl and the work be retarded? It is ill, speak, whatever their rank, The half-loaded gun also shouteth, But can she pierce armor with blank? Now these are the Laws of the And many and mighty are they But the hull and the deck and keel And the truck of the lpw is - obey ,., in ' LAW S K., X 'Q Sb Sa ckeaf JA, 1953 ' THE FOUR MONTHS AT O.C.S. WILL INDEED BE LONG REMEMBERED BY THE MEMBERS OF CLASS XI, AND THUS IT SEEMS APPRO- PRIATE TO MEMORIALIZE THEM TO SOME EXTENT. -THE ACCENT, OF COURSE, IS ON PICTURES, AS IT IS A PROVEN FACT THAT "PICTURES TELL THE STORY". IN THE YEARS TO COME, WE HOPE THAT MANY A REMINISCENT CHUCKLE WILL BE EVOKED BY THE PAGES OF THE "SEA CHEST". Classes XI fr XI-A 3 One hundred and twenty days. Gloomy days for many when trees were publishedg jovial days of liberty with its luxury of non-conformityg bitter days of departure to Bainbridge and points unknown for our less fortunate brethreng wet days in ponchoes and that seemingly endless Newport ra-in ----- all leading up to the ultimate jubilant graduation day with its coveted stars and bars. All were busy days and in retrospect all seemed to fall behind us quite rapidly. WVe smile now as we remember the various ways many kept their careful accounts of those daysg some sub- tracting from the grand total of one hundred and twenty, others counting from liberty to liberty, and the less original people marking off dates on a calendar. In the Hnal weeks, more mathematical compatriots were talking in terms of hours and minutes remaining of their term in Newport College by the Sea. It seems appropriate that the Sea Chest should be dedicated to those days at OCS, for certainly none of its students will ever forget them. Tihough it is perhaps improper to compare the OCS work with a College curriculum, still there are many similarities between the four months at Newport and the four years at various Alma Maters. Each of the four units of time were sharply divided as to curriculum and even sharper final exams. And the weekends after monthly tests at OCS were a capsule edition of college summer vacations because, to coin a most common cliche, "The pressure was off," if only for two days. And strange as it may seem, most will look back on the heartbreaks and happiness of OCS with somewhat the same nostalgia reserved for those golden college days. SECTION Administration Academics ....... 1st Battalion . A Company .... First Day .......... B Company .... Field Days ......, C Company .... Good Days ....... D Company ., Typical Days . E Company ,... Holidays ............. F Company .... Blue Days .......... I Company .... 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A, 1 .l ,QL 1 ,I an - ,w " I ' J 44" .. t 'Ji ' u. -' J , -- . , ' ,Z ' 'rf 'A , . 4 . f ' 15' . . 9 ff ' 0 , Q fs f' ' ' k M rn f - , I I x 'fl Q , .1 my -. fs f L -1 ,Q A v Q a AIP' Q Q4 Q 7 lnmhwwwwmpnu., 'Nw-sm MSM:-.,M'QFNN""w '0""0'l-fm-www CAPTAIN RALPH C. l0HNSON omman ing Ofhcer Commissioned upon graduation from the Naval Academy in 1932, Captain johnson was assigned to eight years of diversified sea duty aboard batt-leships and destroyers. In 1940, seasoned by this wealth of experience, he returned to the Naval Academy as a gunnery instructor. During World War 11, Captain Johnson served as Executive and Commanding Officer of t-he Destroyer Cowie, participating with merit in the African and Sicilian invasions. For his achievements aboard the Cowie, he won a letter of recommendation. ln 1945 he won the Bronze Star for his accomplishments as Gunnery Officer on the staff of ComDesLant. He then served as Ordnance Officer of the Naval Mine Depot, Yorktown, Va., and later at the Armed Forces Staff College. Subsequently, Captain Johnson became Chief Staff Officer for ComTransDiv X1 and more recently was the Executive Officer of the heavy cruiser Newport News, the flagship of the Sixth Fleet in the Medi- terranean. . At the inception of the Officer Candidate School here at Newport Captain Johnson was named its Commanding Officer, the position he still maintains. In addition, on October 1, 1952, he assumed further duties as Commanding Officer of the Naval School Command at Newport, also retaining command of the Officer Candidate School. 8 V . l . Q' "' ' 1' 3 3 5 Q' 113,524 1 utlil-an. 1 I q u-wif-Ji. 1' ,nr-QSC, 1 if' QT' ' 1'4tif'Zi1f -svn A Q fipfff f lla- ' gig: 1.f1 'mel 1 if fc uv vj iv-kk .2 '- ll' L in-V COMMANDER FREDERIC H. WHITE, JR :Miafanf Owcer in c urge A graduate of the Harvard University NROTC program, Commander White received his commission in 1934. In 1939 he was called to active duty, serving aboard the "West Virginia" and remained on this station through the conclusion of World War 11. Since that time, he has served at the 13th Naval District, on the staffs of the General Line Schools at Newport and Monterey, and as Operations Ofhcer on the cruiser "Roches- ter." In 1950, Commander White was transferred to the Naval War College, where he served prior to his assignment as Executive Officer at the Oiiicer Candidate School. 10 .xdca clam ic ibirecfor Lcon JAMEs s. smsLMAN A native of Hagerstown, Maryland, LCDR Spielman was commissioned from Midshipman's School in 1942. After studying at Cornell Uni- versity and serving on tfhe USS Valiant in the Carribean, he commanded a patrol craft in the English Channel. At the end of World War II, he commanded weather patrols operating from the Philippines and Guam. After attending General Line School in Monterey, California, Mr. Spielman was attached to the destroyer Colalum before being assigned to Officer Candi- date School. .xdaoiafanf .fgcaclemic lirecfor LCDR FRED R. NICHOLS Lt. Commander Nichols received a direct commission in June, 1942. He served aboard destroyers in the North Pacific until late 1943 when he attended Fleet Sonar School in San Diego. He became a memiber of the operations planning staff of ComSeventhFleet from late 1944 until the end of World War II. Lt. Commander Nichols was assigned to the Naval Academy Preparatory School on being recalled to active duty in September, 1950. From there, he was transferred to Newport on the opening of the Officer Candidate School in May, 1951. egnferuiewing ana! Cfcwrii icafion LCDR GEORGE B. STROTHER A Doctor olf Philosoplhy in Psychology with considera- ble experience in his chosen held, LCDR George B. Strother is well suited for his duties as Interviewing and Classilication Oflieer at OCS. Having taken his AB and MA in Psychology at the University of Missouri and his Doctorate at the University of Indiana, Mr. Strother was commissioned in October, 1942, via the Northwestern University V-7 program. After serving as Assistant Selection Officer at Great Lakes, he became IC. O. of the LCIKLB 753 in the Philippine Island area during the latter part of World War Il. Before release to inactive duty in 1946, LCDR Strother served 6 months in Officer Classification work. On release to inactive duty, he became head of the University Counselling Bureau at t-he University of Mis- souri, and later Head ol the Psychology Department at tl1e University of Minnesota at Duluth. In june, 1951, he was recalled to active duty, reporting to his present position as Interviewing and Classification Officer. f'?f?k"g,'?l1'j7"?v .img-K-1'l fl0"'7i'71'T"ffi-'f?'Bi iii? ,i si .- 4' f9if'l'fF"1?iG"f?'.Q'?'QKl,1f"' " " ' " "'-1119121133221 - ' ww QW- f -ha "lima, .tp ' .' ' .1 ...Vi tjts 2+ 1. , 'MI w..Qf,5f f f,f..' af wi'-mga JI' I F" lfgf ' I 1ii"l?ih?f'4 'Io1i0h'Z11?iil 3 V f 'ff'-iti'2Ji5H'H?f-..vf',t- if ' 5-'lfiwlig' f '3 A-4,?gJ' i,vFilc' ,,g f4f.::fr.?1 F 1.sf.,',- 4,541 w iifwf- . ' , 1. . ,M ..-:"r9a.i., A.-as--H 'f H-"w x Sz.. 2- I --,.-.tx fy , ,i5.- I .- -.fmt V, f,m:'- '. -' Vw' .-yi-w f' '-'ag-.3 t. ,ff-,ge qv., 1 Vswwgqtfqq. 1 .5-tr. ,I '53 lj A "F,fgff9is ,'1"'-.jkffrv six-I by fy 1 if S s ',.':,4-!g,,aVtSte:E.g..5V 1 if I I ,S 1 , , ,, 'l3ff.l35"iii'fia' mp2,'eff2 .gg 1 f g 1 1 'wg LT ROBERT M. HARRISON A graduate of Dennison and of Boston Uni- versities, Lt. Harrison attended the Chaplain's School at Williamsburg, Va. in 1945, before being commissioned in the U. S. Navy. His hrst assignment was as chaplain at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Norman, Okla- homa from which he was assigned to the U. S. Naval Recruiting Station at Miami, Florida. Prior to his arrival at Newport Lt. Harrison served as Assistant District Chaplain for the 14th Naval District at Pearl Harbor. In November of 1952, Chaplain Harrison was assigned to the Ofliccr Candidate School here at Newport. ana! Uarioud ga!!! f 1 .gnferuiewing ww! gfaaaihcafion Standing: M. G. Catalano, YNSN: H. B. Gaughan, PN! LTJG A. H. Post, Jr.: J. A. Runski, PNC: R. R. Athey, PNSN Seated: LT D. E. Stewart: LCDR G. B. Strotherg LT D M Letts ',,, 5. AQL UM Ll ffl M Sfilnding: D. B. Gregg, YNSN: K. E. Rumrill, PN2j R. R. Manf- gomery, YNSN Seated: J. Fankhamel, YNSNy'CHSCLK L. Herman: J. Park, YNSN Ummm 'L Baffadon e0l'l'lel'l ., F 13 Sa! MPJOHHQ L.-D Standing: R. McLoud, SA: V. Capriano, SN Seated: V. lannucci, YNSN --C- Standing: Z. Halsey, PNSN, N. Fuller, PNSN, C. Edwards, YNSN, J. Green, PNSN, V. Lindsley, YN2, F. Kelley, YNSN, J. Fornesi, PNSN, J. Kreider, PNSA, L. Durrante, YNSN Seated: CHSCLK P. E. Morrow .SQUJQIJ el'50l'll'le l . S l I Standing: R. E. Foltynewicz, SKSN, J. J. Downey, SK2, R. A. De- Graves, SN, S. S. Margenstein, SK3, F. R. Ramircz, SN, B. Fee, SKSN, L. C. Snow, SN, R. P. Wright, SKSN Seated: R. A. Robson, SKl, C. W. Weimar, PACT, D. A. Holliday, SK2 el':J0l'll'le Standing: R. Barrett, PNSN, J. Kane, PNSN, J. McHugh, YNSN D. Fellenberg, SN, D. Brown, PN, J. Dworanczyk, YN3, E. Hall YNl, P. Timmons, PNSN, V. Blanton, YNZ Seated: LT A. A. Lang Waferiaf raining .fdzab or . -sm S' TUHO, SN, F. Rowe, MA3, J. Gleba, MAC, R. Clowry, MA3, H. h0"'0S, SN, D. Vitello, SN, A. N. Hubbs, MAI, R. Dillon, MA3, C' Ddvidson, SA Wqacbne Rear 5 15 fg Standing: F. E. Whitney, DMI, J. Spivey, SK3, E. J. Hughes, DMSN, M. E. Vaught, TD3, P. 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KORYCINSKI Most of our fnow it can be told, new Ensigns faced the turbine system with a little more con- fidence, smugly figuring that it was not much different from the motors in their automobiles. However, their optimism wavered upon meeting the gland sealing steam and collapsed completely when face to face with that mighty "bull", better known as the main reduction gear. But there was no rest for the weary and the intriguing science of Damage Control remained to tantalizc the sections thinned Ollt after the quarterly dates with the dreaded Disenrollment Review Board. I-Iere we learned the conse- quences of throwing a football across the deck irresponsibly with no regard for the maintenance of center of gravity. Well, who knows? Maybe there is one engineering ofhcer in the crowd. and .05 f-4' if F za tl' X U i , 4 I A xxx X Y x "- R ,QQ ref' 'IU Jr vn- I -,g 'L V qi, , .-? r., . ,fx K I eff' SX ' .unl- N QQ V -'--ar'-'rn .. , . , , f -r sf?" fy..-,..,.TT'u W-T""'f"5'1---'z,.. . -f-ff - ' A Wh- A.- I 1- 4 f f ' .sw-w , 2" in-',1F'P" f ..:t '. ' '- "'w'7" f ' " , " I "W ..,.A.. V... ,.M,, -, w ... 6 Q . , ' . 1-ww 'A ,- ,. , .,., U, I x K - . .. , ,W ..1,.M,'. H N. x. .. W 5 LCDR CARL E. JORGENSEN Item Company graduates are assigned as corps officers, principally Supply and Civil Engi- neer Corps and their two month stay constitutes il highly intensihed program. The indoctrina- tion course consists of the essentials of the doc- trines taught to General Line students. Any line student will he forced to agree that such HD enterprise constitutes a major .problem in 2lnybody's language. Actually, the entire eight week curriculum flf Item Company is under the guidance ol the indoctrination department. The topics include Operations, Orientation, Leadership, Personnel Training, General Administration, and Logistics. Rules of the Road, various aspects of Navigation, flle principles of Maneuvering Board and so on Into the night are the essence of that gigantic Capsule. It is believed to be tl1e only capsule designed to create and nourish ulcers. E Q Q1 'ii as vs 1 'Nh .C -ll' ' " O E x L . ' ' 4' EPB y35yY,,EXtH.A.N5l . W , . I , . ... . A o s a o ,A-s X ..' - YQ my . .. 4 , f an " X 'wif W Q M I 'ET . 5. 7 ' . ...f X NA 1' , . Q 1:-A ' ' 'Q 1 A , E., - I, jk, .-161.551 fx . K , Lx , , , . ,. . .' -1 lI ' l L . . .i 302'-7 '-jx r ,lil ff" ' ' '1 WT'-t l-"ff flfffaifi- f f' ,f,-,fgfzs-f.-,tx - - X 1. 'J-f,r'3'.r? .QA 1 Jw. K. 'hairy .N . 'lo' ' Vllf-Q-K. FF-'fkifi N -.XM:Rgg..j5w?:--xii.-t'5Fr 1 sf . l X , '. -, 'E1,' QQ'+T1l'.. X'-j S AA ' Q as :ef-?tfs1il:N'---+i. ' O lalxl l A ll LCDR DAVID S. LOCKWOOD tx K s f . .. .- V X' lv-U--A .,rmnEf'i . I , if During the last two months, many a more romantic O. C. would look dreamily into tlhe eyes ofa maiden fair and was heard to murmer "What are the azimuth angles ofnthose stars in your eyes?" The barracks' conversations took on the aspect of a fortune teller's den as it was spicedwith such gems as, "Orion is in its ascension" or, "Polaris is at its zenith." However, when we finally got back down to earth with our parallel rulers clinched Hrmly in our fingers and our drafting machines well oriented, we realvized -th-at 'the course had oddly enough accomlplishcd wlhat it had set out to do, for we all had a reasonably vague idea of how, when, and where to reach H given destination with our respective ships still having their hulls in one piece. 4 - XSHAQ-:.s Ps as - r H .Mezmmos - jLJgfvs4A.. rs H525 Wec. Sire Z xl! , 550 p 'ZBDFI Dznohlin ' - l uf lg H Nf u 5 , .Lg .AA,g,. 0, JS AQQA- Q, .A.A.A,- go M 'W 4 P at Us 8 x0 'W-s,s1LA- b fn ? 'S ' 1, l5bap2 1. - ' 3ooFAr Il3o ng A I Sag. SQRPEN1' 'PB i 23 ' Q N ta' -.W 41 bwfg,: ' W Q' - ,- f- 'I I 9 . 'V . l .J i . N." .Q -lf.-533' T .,..1w: Lg...-Y- ' ' , , ,sp A , . 5 'N ."'N '. ' 5 X "',, XVV W'w Mn Ni, 'V 'YU'-v LT ORVILLE B. ROBINSON The perennial question after Maneuvering Board quizzes was just how great the tolerances would be and consider-able speculation was wasted in this department. However, everyone felt pretty proud of himself when he drew his lines from "r" to "ln" and to most, this constituted the crux of the whole topic. Communications placed a strain on the already taut memories of the First Battalion's warriors with its labyrinth of mysterious terms such as "RAT'1"', whom most had pictured as an animal particularly obnoxious to the fairer sex and never mentioned in polite society. Most were horrified by the thought that after I6 weeks ol' aggravating their old ulcers and acquiring several new ones, they might be relegated to the dubious distinction of being a "custodian". But these passing fears were alleviated by the realization that a custodian was truly a flexible title and instead of leaning on brooms in apartment houses, they actually would be in charge of very vital publications and would be directly res- ponsible to that fabled person known more familiarly as the "C, O." or perhaps the "old man". Someday you, too, may be a C.W.O. g 25 N 1 ,As I Standing: R. LT R. F. Seated: LT 5 we .in . my-1 ,V l. V, W W - I , ,i .i1i.X':y' 't nz., rind 1' 4 . ' lii.5"t,Jii1 ' Q Boucher, YN3p LTJG R. H. Nelsonp LTJG S. Hontzesp LT J. H. Towne: W00dC0Cki LT J. B. Whittemoreg A. Fuderer, YNSN R. C. Coney: LT C. E. Toolep LT N. A. Rheubon "These are the Laws of the Navy," and how strange they were to the "very green" civilians who matriculated to Newport way back on the 8th and 9th of March. Here we took a quick tour ol' the .Naval Establishment from CNO right down to the rawest recruit and the humlblest O. C. It seemed that we in Newport had been forgotten, but when acquainted with the fabulous administrative chain of command of USN, we were reassured that we too would someday get orders to duty assign- ments and Newport was only a transient phase of our Naval endeavors. Standing: LT W. E. Rummelhoffg LTJG J. R. Alleng LTJG H. L. Ross, Jr.g LT J. Finngan Seated: LT K. 0. Honksg LT F. E. Weltep LT N. W. Byer . x .1 .J -..J lPs'f' 'J' 't 1 ,.'. ' -Q .mann-U-m -Q ll "i , 9 1 pa. - U LCDR GEORGE W. WAGENHORST Of course, by far the most popular topic was taken up in the second month when we touched upon those empyrean subjects liberty, leave and discharge. Many a more imaginative O. C. was seen to lean dreamily back in his chair and Count on his fingers the days of leave he had already acquired. As a matter of fact, many had already decided how they were going to Spend them by the time the class had ended. Of course, such reveries were always conducted at the expense of a military aptitude mark. But now we are Ensigns and wish we had paid more attention to thevpart that concerned the proper procedure on going aboard ship. Let's see - shall I ask the C. O. out to supper 01' not? Might as well, maybe he'll pick up the tab. 1 X X-. ---.---f-f--'FI' L 5. A, Standing: R. W. lsert, BMC, LTJG R. L. Marshall: LT W. B. Jones, Jr., LT P. B. Davis: LT H. F. Kane: C. E. Bailey, BMC Seated: LT C. F. Faas, LCDR A. H. Waldo, Jr.: LT R. S. Watson "Down Lo the sea in ships," we shall go and as we clanrber up our lirsL ladders Quo! we shall never say USL2lll'SH agaiuj there is no doubt Lhal the minds of each of us will be groping for the nomenczlalure and principles gathered in seamanship class. May we all remember our newly acquired 'vocabulary and may none of us ever fall so low as to use those horrible words which would mark us as "landlubbers" to the crew Qligadsl what a fatej. Although a rose by any obher name might smell as sweet, slill rope is nol rope, but line and walls are not walls, but bulkheads. Standing: G. E. Stomper, BMC, LT J. D. Singer: LTJG R. A. Walling LTJG R. J. Carey, LT J. K. Lawrence, LT W. E. Reed, LTJG R. E. Hersmang H. J. Stack, YN3 Seated: LT D. E. Hihng LT F. S. Handler: LT J. N. Echternach 4'-1.- -44 LCDR ARTHUR H. WALDO, JR. No doubt the more conscientious O. C. will clutch his H. C. Enterprises' "Rules of the Road" cards fondly in his left hand as he salutes the Officer of the Deck for the first time. Witli his confidence thus bolstered, he may rest assured that his career aboard ship will be a meritorious one, for does not white over red mean pilot ahead? Those submarines might prove elusive though, as one could hardly be expected to dis- tinguish side lights 100 feet under WZltCI'. But, so long as we mind our blocks and tackles, and keep a stiff double luff, we may ourselves be one day classihed ancient mariners and amaze our grandchildren with our salty tales and sea lore. .-1. tp PPB I rw m Standing: J. S. Browning, GMC, LT L. G. Stafford, Jr., LT H. R. Outten, Jr. LT P. E. Shepack: LT C. B. Huggins, LT P. lngrahamp LT T. B. Thompson E. Halley, GMI Seated: W. G. Persons, GMC: LT D. L. Hadawoy: LT H. E. Stewart, LT C. E Day: R. Wendt, GMC I During World War II, most of the present class ol Officer Candidates were at just about t-he age lfl2-155 when they would thrill to the war pictures llashed on the screens of their local theaters on Saturday afternoons. Their bodies would throb with excitement as they gazed upon the tremendous geysers of water and earth erupted heavenward by the explosions of tor- pedoes, bombs and artillery shells. It was all so miagnihcent but it was just the spectacle that attracted: no thought was ever given to the destruction and lethal power unleashed by each of the bursts portrayed so glamorously on the cinema screen. Standing. J. Mazurkiewcz, FCC: LTJG J. R. Virts, LT J. A. Baxter: LTJG D. P Dick: LT M. R. Nickerson, LTJG J. M. Kline: H. L. Williams, FTC: LT E. E Bothfeld: LT J. L. Sperandio Seated: W. P. Beal, FTC, LT H. E. Toponce, LCDR R. C. Noyes: LT V. B. Otten, W. N. Little, FTC mmm fi 'K LCDR RICHARD C. NOYES Here at Newport, the same bright flashes of explosion were placed in front of the same eyes. But it seemed as if much of the glamour had disappeared and on leaving the darkened rooms, these eyes were no longer wide with awe, but they seemed to be blinking ever so slightly. Per- haps the eyes were growing older and the flashes were too bright for them or perhaps the minds behind those eyes were now more mature. Yes, we were men now, not boys any longer, and we had some idea of what explosion meant in terms of destruction, death and heartbreak. In considering the problems of controlling these messengers of death we all secretly hoped that we would never be the man in the glass house throwing stones. Our children should not have to learn the art of war as we did. l ,M i 4 'Tice' .f'n'::'T uf , , : . .'f' L? ! W A . ' K' 'hit . -Vit '51 'C , A fr., -,Mt ,-3 ni ' -fu . xl: .., l ,...... 31 IPB .1- ' -v'vf1?xW 5 ,wen E71 sf ' '. rc' " " ' I vv 'v 'w g 1 N' Q tk ily? g 0, gr .m ,1 ' s km e .Q 6 ' 1' 'ef 'ffl' Q' , mg 5 'g i Q " Q ,' Q E Q 1 3 , N' ' 1 q Q L g Xl - XIAG' HH Igl- lg i. - 11151 LL.. N W WWW U M11 NIMH - dlllml ! i 4 Illlll llllllliil H ililiil .,....,,,,,,,,, D 4 U .fl far? lirecfor ann! gaffagon icer LCDR JOHN E. COSTE A graduate of the Midshipman's School at Northwestern University, LCDR Coste received his commission in 1942. He was initially assigned to the USS Spica as Gunnery Officer and First Lieutenant. He then served tours of duty as Executive Officer aboard the USS Union, First Lieutenant aboard the USS Mann, and Assistant Damage Control Officer aboard the Iowa. In 1948, Mr. Coste was assigned to the Gener-al Line School at Monterey, California, and then served as Operations Officer aboard the minelayer T. E. Fraser. Following service as Inspector-Instructor of the Naval Reserve in Charlotte, North Carolina, he was transferred to the Officer Candidate School in 1951 where he assumed his present duty as First Battalion Officer. During the first month which class XI spent here LCDR Lewis acted as Military Director. On Mr. Lewis' assignment to sea duty at the end of that period, Mr. Costc took over that duty in addition. of ll to rl. R. L. Rhodes, Batt. Adj. R. Davis, Batt. Comm. G Blackwood, Asst Batt. Comm H. S. Chm C. J. Evans, Jr Company A Company B I. W. Jordan A. F. Marblestone Company C Company D C. Walters Company E diffs' ' T I . D. E. Hathaway Company I R. B. Smalley Company F jgifviizjiggk Gigi, -JK! Za! Q rf 4 W' -'I , X .Tx , 7 , L! f W ,Q J 1 3 S. Qs L , G- E ' X Q S I r , g C 3' '- 5 -H A '4 P , 7 ., f J 1 I Wy' fa b f 7 f 0 A 0 TO 1-Hr-:. EEAR ... l 32 ' ff' '3 ' f N f 1 1 Q' Wyf' g ff . RWs f'rgq,,, Ze- 5' , ' lxjl 'EPB - MAl2cu.l " in ,, ,x N " 1 n 1' ww: " M ., A' vym nl my " -' . .xv , ld. 'ar V MQW 'asv E JQ4 fig. 4 incl. 1154.4 I W l nf f ff UCS PA A' DONALD A. SAWYER, BMC .!45.4f. Komloany Of icer Chief Sawyer is serving his second tour of duty at Newport, R. I. at present, the great difference being that the hrst was as a recruit in 1937. He served in the Pacihc Theatre during the war as a crew member of the ill-fated gun- boat Erie which went down in a battle with the enemy in l942. His rescue was followed by thirty days leave stateside, a period which con- stituted the only interruption in an uninter- rupted string of foreign duty from 1937 to l945. Following various other duties, he was assigned to OCS Newport in 1951. vmpany icer Lieutenant Johnson was commissioned in the NROTC program at the University of Oklahoma in l9fl5. He has been on active duty since that time. Prior to his present duty, he served in the cruiser Miami and the AGC Mt. McKinley. In the Mt. Mz'Kinl1fy he was a member of the staff of Joint Task Force 1, which conducted the atomic bomb test at Bikini. Subsequently, LT Johnson served as Com- munications OfHcer'in the DD Agerlmlm, Gun- nery and Operations Officer in the minesweeper lfllysrm, and was Commanding Oflicer of the minesweeper .S'a11dm'ling. Following these assign- ments, he became a member of the Officer Can- didate School staff. LT ALLEN R. JOHNSON , ws is , git We .far if " nu' s x PHILIP W. 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JOHNSON A-5 ll65 So. 48 Lincoln, Nch. University of Nebraska B.S., Business Administration KENNETH ROSS A-4 5512 Monltvicw St. Aiustin, Texas Soulhtwcsl Texas Slate Tcaichers College B.S., Education F. LEO WRIGHT A-'5 220 Fourth St. McDonald, Pa. Washington and Jefferson College BA., Political Science A ff: 1 x I I , fi. , X, -'su' L Q... S as 1- ' fc. .. , V "Gap - :ai ' Q1' S Z? Q: itil 1 K I fi? save' af' lx wt Q llll EPB ,..1 5-Q IL,-, S Site .gimf lay' EPB I believe that I was as much an authority as anyone before reporting to OCS. You Undersnoot, who lives down the street heard at party that I was coming here, and she spent a up near Newport not so many years ago. the adorable' weather, the cool summer sea breezes, and quiet atmosphere of good old Taunton Qthat's Newport you knowy are never to be forgotten. I forget those things when I got here on that Sunday, I still hope to see them. The picture that was presented to me on the Day was one of confusion amid new surroundings a seething mass of faces. The random barracks number- ing system and the seeming lack of organization was enough to "make a man shook" when he was already confused and uncertain. The main problem, however, soon resolved itself into that of Finding the chow hall. With this accomplished, things went along more smoothly. Going to bed at 10 o'clock - oops, I mean 2200 - seemed like a joke until somebody roused us out of bed at 0600 in the morning. The waiting in line was something new, especially when ,there were about 600 guys in front of me. This'I have never entirely gotten used to. I have only one consolation from the whole Uhingg there were 1000 of us in t'he same boat that day, and the boat was sinking. ' dmc My G GP nb 99 ok, 1144, Sw K9 dx- 14' A?" Q I V xo Jguwusno NO' . ,N 2 ,fffw - +V have .ff ' W '10 ,W4 Am. femur , 'mav Fm- - Snow: esp! A K E R C , i M P Ak N Y ll ,Q X Nll 1 I , K 5 , 5 . Q .A Xu I BCH nl v in I X ' " 25462 L A ' 1 Q-,, "Q-iw www M Z Q35 ,fQi51l'2jEi1fL:, tg, x , 'ufi,'Lg .v fifltfi l i ff' 1' , 1,1-iwiifw ww 'f ,H .- Mgr, "' sitagmfi-A: QW Q 'f my r-tv-is f 'Q-5-Qgxgljafif?-i'.',,,', I-QQ., 1 Nj, -4,--. 5 4 ,gsgtggixgwiyk iv 371 L .R s it ..:,11',.gi. 'fi hi .-3, , V 'gk .El Y wf,'M.g ga' ,,, , fr.. .4 . 1- 112, 'Wi,vfgff . 1 x- fi W 'f aw X 'ifiifi'-1?J'f'-1" TV. 'I "Clif, 71" ' ,. 1 my 29 Kits . ,, 'f' 1. 'WS??fW-revs is if-g . ., f. f ' -f:'i"4'1-'1-. :sv Xiu-ee1i?sf:.t Yfsf 1' If i "" v ': '.s91'3"',fI,:ii-'TW F 1 1 J -'ing -:h.rfQYF'f 4.11 mf , .i ff., ,m,-'.:f3e:Y'?5LMg 'Y i .n'nfzr1D5'?7'g'?'1 'Qi'F',Tl'ff.'?.:'Q"i 1-,pw -,A ' xgixy'-41:1 , . W f 1 ' om an E9 t R I0 y lcef' '1V35iifl'13a Li? ff Ep-.3-iff Q-ff fisf 1, Entering the Navy through the organized reserves in 1937, LT Lake went on active duty in the DD King in 1940. He received an appointment to the midshipman school at North- western University in 1944 and was connnissioned an Ensignf Mr. Lake spent the remainder of Wforld XfVar I1 in the Pacific Theatre aboard the DD Robinsrm. ' After the War, he transferred to the regular Navy and was assigned to tfhe destroyer USS Sarshcld as Communications Officer. He later served as Executive Officer in the PCEC 877 from 1947 to 1949 after which he commanded the PC 579, a training ship assigned to the Fleet Sonar School at Key VVest, Florida. He has been a menrber of the OCS staff since May, 1951. LT ROBERT H. LAKE WILLIAM J. KEITH, GMC Jdasf. omyaany Qf icer 'Chief Keith entered the Navy in 1940, taking his basic training here at Newport, R. l. Throughout tlhe Wzlr, he was stationed mostly in the Pacific area. He was a member of the initial Guadalcanal engagement while serving aboard the Battleship North Carolina, and from 1945 to 1948, he was aboard the Wyoming and Mississippi. , From 1948 to 1952, Chief Keith was attached to the Fleet Training Camp at Norfolk, Va. He returned to Newport to assume his present duties in July, 1952. In HOWARD D. ALLEN B-3 301 Clinton Rd. Brookline. Mass. Dartmottth College A.B., Economics THOMAS E. ANDERS B-5 863 Montrose Ave. Columbus, Ohio Ohio Sta-te University B.S., Marketing DONALD W. ANDERSON B-3 Box 75 Seabrook, Md. University of Maryland B.S., Business Administration MARK N. ARNOLD B-1 500 Allen St. Gilmer, Texas North Texas State College B.A., Biology ARTHUR R. ARRIGO B-l 2301 Laurel Canyon Blvd. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles State College B.A., Political Science ROBERT O. BAKER B-5 3331 Benton Blvd. Kansas City, Mo. Missouri University B.A., Zoology PETER D. BALDWIN B-4 100825 Westwanda- Drive Beverly Hills, Calif. 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'N A V f 1' ' "'.'..1"" A-5 , ., - uf J f ,gf Xidpdr Out ol' the deep, dark depths of the barracks comes the cry ol' that rare and exotic bird, the seetion leader: "T-U-R-N 'I'-O-O-O!" For those initiated in the bird lore of the local area QOH. Cland. Scrhoolj this call causes strong men to tremble, cunning men to shudder, andlthe wise man to seek shelterg a Field Day has arrived. Out ol' his lair comes the section leader, armed with swabs, brooms, and soap, the likes of w-hieh few men can imagine. Those caught in the carefully planned attack are liable to punishments mueh worse than torture, for they concern psycho- logical treatment. Many are the men I have personally seen eontemzplating jumping out the windows wfhioh they were assigned to clean. pr' 7' If if f' i l . jg. 1 QA t it QE 5 t, Q, ? ,gn-sul V' f ff! 2 L- VZZQ T Zyr -. A, 'V WWW fk L , Af? ly! W 1 ' ' T: -'F-' 77 Clusteretl in little groups are men trying to stzty cleztr ol' the A'out,c:tsts" who must inove the hunks, :intl the swtthhers wfho are relegzttetl to the task ol' mopping. Dusting is usually the fztte of these. Luckily, it is the "nature ol' the bird" to he- cotne tlotzile :titer ztwhile :intl it is :tt this point that the ,work ceases ztntl tlztncing :intl singing begin. Everyone may then return to his happy existence with the reztssuring thought that not for :another week will the section letttler strike with Fieltl Day. , , Y L , Z. , -1 4 'r -90 '-'JSM .. n f ' . 'Ms .aif-Eff, 31 , ., ,,r,, ,, , - iv fml I - "V fx ,fn K it 1 b ,f HA RL ' . 2 n ex gg 5 o E ompang icer LT Febel began his military career in 1943 when he was inducted into the Navy. After completing boot camp and Class "A" Quarter- master School at Great Lakes, Illinois, he became a part of ship's company. In 1944 LT Febel received an appointment to the NROTC Program at the University of Michigan and received his commission as Ensign in 1946. After graduation his immediate duty was on the PC'581, an air sea rescue ship in the Carribean. He was released to inactive duty in 1947. As a member of the Organized Reserve unit in Cleveland, LT Febel was recalled in june 1951. He' reported aboard the USS Braine QDD 630j as communications and ASW Officer. In October 1952, LT Febel received his appoint- ment to OCS stall. LT WILLIAM J. FEBEL DANIEL L. BUCKLEY, TEC Jdaaf. giomlaany Uf icer Daniel L. Buckley, TEC, joined the Navy in Boston, Mass. in 1940, and has seen much service as a trainer ol recruits. ln 1944, he helped to turn the cruiser Milwaukee over to the Russian Fleet, finishing in time to serve oll the Normandy beach aboard the HMS Capetown. Back with the U. S. Navy in September, 1944 in the USS Pasadena, Chiel Buckley spent the remainder of his war years in the Pacific. 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Indiana' University B.S., Business JACK H. STEPHAN C-4 14150 Alma A've. Detroit, Mich. Michigan State Norma-1 College B.S., Education JAMES O. SULLIVAN C-2 165 Center Ave. Abington, Mass. Worcester Polytechnic Institute B.S., Electrical Engineering DAVID R. TUFENKJIAN C-1 541 Putnam Ave. Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University A.B., American History BILL A. WILLIAM-S C-3 1600 Providence Rd. Charlotte, N.C. University of North Carol-ina B.S., Business Administration. CH'A:R'LIES G. WILSON 8329-l7lh Avc. N.W. Univcrsi by of Vfushinglon Adminislrzvtion Scnlllc, Bulchclor of Business EDWAlRD H. HL4SL'A'M', JR. 1922 Rocky Hollow Rd. jlalck-sonville Stalbe College B.S., Business Aidminfism-ation , l l 121- we Wd' P I. L f V 'T 'I ' Armisuon, Ala. rug, , F' f 'J 55 X I cf if I n if if' , R135 EPB UW Lgjooaf :Ebay F XA in X -kt l X lv .-1? 'L ug L. X :- Y 3 ll! tl tl' my 492. Wednesday dawned clear and cool and to early risers promised to develop into '1 beautiful day Also rising at 0600, with bleary eyes and foggy minds, 45 were nine hundred men of the first i battalion, OCS. They promised to de .4 . velop into nothing more than confused 'Q and gniping personnel. However, the H magic of a young spring day managed i to creep into their veins and not long after breakfast most were in the throes of a mild spring fever. It seemed as if' Engineering was the Hrst class, a formidable course, butt, fortunately, we ' were shown a movie during which we i ' could, with discretion, fall asleep or watch, as the spirit happened to hit us. Two study periods and one more class Hnished out the morning with a flourish. The instructors spared the quiz and spoiled the class. the sun was shinning on the OC's at last. 1 The two afternoon classes were pleasant enough, although we thought it rude of the instructor to awaken us with his loud voice at times. The remaining two hours which were allotted to drill were taken up with a lecture and movies by the First Aid department. . i Alter supper came a game of ping-pong as a prelude to evening studies. A realization that half the week was over was not conducive to study, so we learned much about the chances of man living on the moon as ex- pressed by various men in the section. However a few to at least a week of raiin. El i' things were studied and learned for the next d,ay's classes. The expectation of Thursday being as nice as today was very small, since the one good day now entitled us if 'Ili ll i 1 Ill! If I X X K , AX XXX l 'xt N Y ' .7 i ts Z 5 'tmtwlll I EPB ALL secune AND NO unusum. occunnuces , suz I O OG YL- I' up X 6 ,w i' Q, 'Q ' 'A' J' -s-w . .. ' Q ' 2-:K F sl-' 347 ,""X. 4 . Q it "LW . . fs, -'Ou-,. 'a q. I . . ' ,Q sux- 4 42- . 'xrw ' 1 av Aww A . My ,.., 4, x ,. .wg N H-w-.,..g, ,,..4.,. . N -W., ' Mn... 'Q ' .- A.. Q., Q' i ,. . Y Q, ,, omfaany icer LTJG Nalley was commissioned through the V-12 program at Columbia University in 1945. His first assignment was at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as a Boat Officer. Following the war he returned to school at Vanderbilt University, where he majored in Chemistry and Physics, and distinguished him- self on the gridiron. Quite widely feared for his prowess in running back punts, he set a national record in 1948 and was elected to the All Southeastern Conference in the same year. He graduated with a BA. degree in 1949 and thence transferred his academic pursuits to phy- sical education at Peabody College. He received his masters degree in 1950 and was recalled to active duty in the Spring of 1951. LTJG LEE NALLEY, JR. CHESTER G. LEUTZINGER, BMC .XQJJL 60h'l,9al'ly C Cel' Chester G. Leutzinger, BMC, joined the Navy in 1935 and took boot training in San Diego, California. He spent four years on destroyers in the Pacific, and in 1939 was transferred to China. Chief Leutzinger spent the early years of lfVorld Wlar ll driving a truck on the Burma Road whenlthe armed forces were trying to push supplies through the strangled lines from Ran- goon to Chungking. After 1943 he served aboard several destroyers, a transport attack ship, and fleet LllgS. He came lo Newport from the mine- layer Shea. GERALD B. DAVIS D-5 3621 Rawnsdale Rd. Shaker Heights, Ohio Ohio University B.S., Journalism PHILIP H. ELLIOTT, JR. D-1 2763 Derwent Dr. Roanoke, Va University of Virginia Lalw School Roalnoke College B.A., English JAMES H. GANNON, JR. D-5 215 High St. Clinton, Mass. St. Michael's College -B.S., Business Aldministration HAROLD T. HAGAN, JR. D-5 839 Colonial Ct. Birmingham, Mich. University of Michiga-n B.S., Aeron-aiutical Engineering GARY E. HALL D-4 Big Basin State Park Big Basin, Calif. San Jose State College B.A.', Biological Science ' PALMER O. HANSON, JlR. D-2 715 East Fifth St. Redwood Falls, Minn. 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Q? eu, fffl Evenings were entirely de- voted to study, not because it was enforced, but because we felt it our duty. Yes, our typical day was notunlike our college life, sprinkled lightly waith class- es, heav-ily with duties which enhanced our love of life. Our typical days C1125 will certainly not be soon forgotten. ip' ji. ,iv I X ,f ,X i I 1 it , 1,1-a1"""' I Lv LA I 'PPE 'UI-lin M S 005 v . Aff Iii' ' JT 5-1 ,ici Q. .W ' omfaany icer LT. Bisehof was commissioned at the Reserve 1VIidshipman's School at Fort Schuyler, New York in 19115, alter having been a member ol' the lirst V-12 unit at Penn State College. ln March of 1945 he was assigned to active duty aboard the Motor Minesweeper 446 which operated oll' the coast of Japan. Alter accepting a commission in the Regular Navy in 1946 his next assignment was Executive Officer ol' the AMS 12, Golalfincll. Moving up to the Destroyer Minelayer H. I". liauer, he was in turn Gunnery Ofheer and Mining Oflicer. 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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Bachelor of lileetrieall Engineering GICORGIE '1'. W'1iR'NliR E-5 805 Stallord Ave. Serainton, Pa. Massachusetts lnsttitnte of Technology B.S., Economies and Engineering CH'NRI.liS R. YV'I'liSlli 12-2 2275 Brentford Rd. San Marino, Calif. University of Redlands BA.. 1'-lrysieal lidiueation j'lM M. W11,I11.-XNS1 E-l 51990 North Harrison Slhawnee, Oisla. Oklahoma Baptist University B.S.. Oilife lN1a'n.agement An-Y S. Q9 .U , 2' ff -sq' fly ,y sNOA6!CLgZf The much lnzlligncd phrase, "ull ll cis 1 no fc l ollcn nppcn c Lo be the slezidlznsl rule lor bhe llzirricd JL Yc, Lhc pci 101 s ol long slum drill and clean-ups served Lo bring THE hour Llml lnucll closcl For some liberty meuni El weekend voyage Lo Boston, Providence, or New York. On the loczll scene, dinner, following Lhe z1lLernoon's 'l'V "ses- sion" an-L the Skoul Room, was the Clllllllllillllllll of the Week's idle think- ing, steak, lobster und shrimp reigned us king. Ol course evening lxrougln l'orLl1 Llic l'0l1lZlllllC Loucll ol' l.l1e 0.11. Night- clubs, and an occznsionul dive served "'-QA... to fztcilitztte our tripping ol' the light li2lll'l2lSllt'. The Boston Pops held our zlwe as did that llIlllSll2ll hut shapely creature, the fzfmmc fatale. However, fatigue usually made it.- self felt - some wandered hnek to the base for that extra hour's sleep while others preferred at pezteeful hotel. Morning' mme .md WISIJS ol cigarette smoke could he seen over the Sunday at mu the movie or 1 casuttl stroll led t.o the Viking's linztl godsend, bullet Soon the ptcuous nrtyone hours had elapsed. Certainly liherty wus xt ntcessary part ol out ere, .1 mart that will serve in moments ol' future al.. .1 1 -W1 5. ,. -nur "'v-if 52" b 4,, N wr., A Kf'w- '11- nwg 4 4'- Mvvr- ,Shiv , . ' ' ,,Q',gj-sw- -.N A f..,...,,, Se. S .pn t .,. . . v Il ' " -I wi "--W. A .. gpm' -855 " A - - .. l ,, . - A A H A K ,,4g:,,"SHiifQf--. ,. A 'Q f .91 , """' ' Jw' ' . 1 "V -' ye- .A ,f Q., 5 'f 5 I O. , H P., A M,-, J' .,. , -new p 1 Q 4 49 D . ,, -.Z . '.. A, ff? ,:, 1,5 'B' Q,-1" J.. ,Ag pw f ,an-s ' . 1 ompang icer LTJG Bean was commissioned in February 1947 througih the NROTC program at Dart- mouth College. He reported aboard the USS Cordulm MI"-325, and followed with a tour of duty in the USS Pa1u1.'al111:lc U10-108j. He was released Lo inactive duty in April 1950. ln September 1950, he was recalled to active duty and served aboard the USS Libra QAKA 125 as Gunnery Ollicer. His next station was the Naval Gunfire School and thereafter he was assigned to the 2nd Anglico Company at Camp Lejeune. He came to OCS in November of 1952. ' LTJG GEORGE D. BEAN ALBERT L. HOLLOWAY, BMC Jddaf. Company Of icer Chiel Holloway, from East Moline, Illinois entered tlhe Navy in 1936 and served in the cruiser Rirrlzmrmd and the destroyer Truxlizn until 19110. He returned to civilian life and served with the Rock Island Arsenal Police Force until 19112, when he re-entered the Navy. Alter a short tour aboard the AO Mlf7'1'l'7Illl!.', he went to the Sub Chaser School at Miami, Florida. rl-Ie then served in the D15 AUlf1'l,'TU7II,Uilf until Wlorld VVar II ended. In 1945, he returned to the U. as an instruc- tor in seamansihip, navigation and sailing at the Naval Academy. Sea duty followed aboard the 1JD's Hank and Purvis, and it was from the IJllT'lli.S'AD1lZl'l Chief Holloway reported to OCS. THEODORE J. IPRIOECKER, J-R. F-4 404 Gill-ent Ave. Warukegavn, Ill. La-ke Forest College B.A., Business Adminfistration GORDION G. BROWN F-4 5027 Vista St. Long Beach, Calif. University of Southern California B.S.. Business Audministraition ORMONDE L. BROWN F-3 7 First' St. Waterville, Me. Colby College B.A., B-iology DAVID N. DENTON F-5 Mt. Horeh Rd. Jefferson City, Tenn. Carson-Newman' College B.A., English, Speech PHIIJLIP K. 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WARD 307 East Franklin St. University of Virginia B.S., Commerce Winchester, Ind. 1, " f M-ofqf, 1,-M-ff fs ,-git-,-,,, , , .. . , 1 Q txf. 'f?.b?TgaLgfjf,iff. e5if1",.,g?vpYi K K fy x 5... ,A 1 5 A - . 53 is, .aft 5,3 W,.fM.ef':vV A Kzyzsii' , , 'i Li." W 9' , I 1 ' K I at -A N . T . I V hge: A 'X if . . I. tx. .Ha in U Q 6 I ' si LLOYD J. WARDIAN Gonzaga University B.A., Ecl'uca'li0n F-l E. 24427 4th Alve. Spokane, Wa-sh. DAiVID F. WAQRRIEN, 1111. 1v.4 55 South Ann St. Mobile, Ala, Spring Hill College B.S., Chemistry FRED WAuR8H'OFSKY F-5 2160 1-East 28 St. Brooklyn, N.Y. New York University B.A., Marketing DONUYIJD WA'RTH'EfN F-I V gf. X 827 Miilledge Rd. Augusta, Ga, N Presbyterian College X i B.S., Econ-omics j'lE'ROM'E M. WASSERJMAN F-2 133 Tuers Ave. jersey City, N.-I. New York University B.S., Economics you-N J. VVAFTERS F-5 R.R. l Arcadia, Wis. . J College of St. Thomas - B.A., Latin JOSIEPH G. WElNM'AfN F-l 4574 Hubbard St. Los Angeles, Calif. 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Florida State University B.S., Geology Q me , U W SIDNEY WIiSSN'E'R F-5 i 932 East 173 St. New York, N.Y. City College of New York Bachelor of Electrical Engineering QUIK if SANFORD S. WOLFE F-3 1976 E. 8th St. Brooklyn, N.Y. X University of Michigan i B.A., Economics ik History ,J NViILLIAlM A. WOLLMAN F-4 62 Burlington Rd. Allwood, NJ. R'i'Il'l1ilIll'lilIl College B.M., Music A HOWMAIRD wonrm F-5 is 185 west emi Awe. Brooklyn, N.Y., N.Y. Pace College Bachelor of Business Adtministration xi JOHN W. WOOD'RUFF F-3 Wilburtha Rd. Trenton, NJ. Rutgers University B.S., Pre-Medical ROBERT N. WOODWORTH F-4 454 Perry Way Sioux City, Iowa 'X Morning Side College B.A., Business Administration ,A as RICHARD K. WORTLEY F-2 5229 Marathon St. Los Angeles, Calif. University of Southern California' B.A., International Relations RICHAIRD H. W'RIGI-IT F-2 R.F.D. 43, Box 41 Maldison Heights, Va. Lynchburg College A.B., Edtucation fAlM'ES W. Wl'N'N F-I ll02 Stonewall St. Dublin, Ga. Emory University Bachelor of Business Azlministration DON'A'LD W. YATES F-1 411 Wingate Rd. Baltimore, Md johns Hopkins University Bachelor of Meehan-ical Engineering RUSSELL T. YOUNG F-5 355 Pa'rk'way Dr. Zanesville, Ohio Ohio State University B,S., Industrial Management EDWIN E. ZIMMERMATN, JIR. F-3 215 S. Buffalo Cleburne, Texas Balylor University B.A., Radio JOSEPH ZWIJEBJEL F-2 2207 Deerfield Rd. Far Rockaway, N.Y. Brooklyn College BA., Economics SIVVTH lil! x ' fi if 17 PZ HUP - Two -To-ness -Foufa , HUP- 156 As a beautiful summer sunset is followed by a chill night wind, so an enjoyable week- end liberty is followed by the chill thought of Monday and its attendant drudgery. The d-ay is hlled with memories of the relaxation on Sunday, and pierced with the prevailing monotony. One full week of classes remains yet to be conquered. Each of us harbors one isolated memory to ward off 'the evil of the day. This is most evident, perhaps, as the seotions march to breakfast, for not a word is spoken, not a smile exchanged. Each is still in his own little world of joyg or is it the fact that none of us fare awake yet? A routine "seat your section," hrings the spell to an encl anal marks the begin- ning ol' the intense actaclelnic schedule. Some have spent the weelcencl in study and so are prep-areal lor Montlay's on- slaught, hut many more have the opti- mistic view that maybe we w0n't have a test today. Despite the type ol' scheme a person has for "heating Blue Monday", the clay remains a nemesis lor all and a challenge to our courage in sucking with the course, As yet, however, I know of none who have given up the Hght on Monday. g V l A I . 'rar-:E 1.151- ,il -fl ,-1 -1 51.- 1l1. 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'-:ii -f "1--W --A Tri' -S3 :L , :F ir-- -..- . - - -f..f.- 2 -,f Jax'-'ga' in 7,-, 2.3, , , Q-D, ,,,,.- ml'-nf.. if 1 a . - -.: . -U ,,,,,.,a --- . "" Y .1 V "' " .--, i ., V - auf- yi A ,,..- -H .. A, . A .. ' Y ' " -v. 'GL . . 'f --.,,- .am - "" -, "W A . Av . A- . .- .. -N , A Q -4. .. I nj, nn- .,," M pm.: .,-.k- 4- ' ,,, , ,-Aki, QDNUV' ' "" lm ' - 4, W., W.. 3, -o" M, x jlfy. it ... f 1YtI"'w- S .P 0 K , wiki?-'.i. .Q . . 51 iig 2 iilrfitsis . Wei. W7 . , - Qi . k ,gr Z 1.14-41 ' ' 34 ' 131 omloany icer LT A. H. Southard, jr. was commissioned upon his graduation from Maine Maritime Academy in June, 1946. He was assigned to the destroyer USS Fcclltlm' as navigator, cnmmunii- cations and ASW officer. In early 1947, he attended ASVV school in San Diego and was assigned to the USS Ganlnar, APD42. He was discharged in june 1947 and attended the Babson Institute of Business Administration, graduat-ing in 1951. He was recalled in June, 1951 and joined the USS Rizzi, DIC-537, as First Lieutenant. From November 1951 until December of the following year, he ferried LSSL's to japan. In December 1952, he was assigned to OCS. LT ALLAN H. SOUTHARD NORMAN MAUDSLEY, BMC JOHN D. STUBBS, MMC Jddaf. Komloang Uf icem Chief Maudsley enlisted in the Navy in 1936, had his recruit training at Newport, and for hrst duty commissioned the USS Vincennes QCM 441 in Boston in 1937. His next assigmnents were in the USS New Orleans QCA 321 from 1938 to 1945, and the USS Facility QAM 2331 until November, 1945. Following this he was assigned to the USS Zclboro QDD 7771 until 1947 when he became an instructor of recruits at Great Lakes, and then to duty on Guam. Upon completion of this tour of du-ty, he returned to the U.S. in 1951 to recommission the USS Daly UID 5191 on which he served until his assignment to OCS in June 1952. ln September, 1937, Chief Stubbs enl-isted in the Navy and proceeded to basic training at Great Lakes. His first duty was aboard the USS Norllzlzamlbtoh fC.41 in which he served untiil it was stink off Guadalcanal in December 1942. He t-hen reported to the USS Im jeffrey, remaining with her through her commissioning as a DE, her conversion to an APD and her eventual decommissioning at Greencove Springs, Florida in November, 1946. After a duty tour on the USS Salisbury Sound he reported to OCS in June, 1952. 1" 'JL' joHlN n. A'1.l,laN I-l B330 S. California Ave. Whittier, Calif. Pomona College B.S., I-Iconomics DLOYND M. ASH I-1 Route :,4f:l, Box l23 john's Island, S. C. Medicavl College, Sta-te of South Carolina School of Pharmacy lmvua E. mzcicmt I-1 0 4:48 sam st. san. 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Return the tthlirty-odd publications and assorted equipment which we used to learn all abou-t tthe Navy. Check them off, but remember them well. The information might come in handy. A long awaited moment has arrived. Give back these blue suits with the reverse crease, thirteen buttons and no pockets. Strange how you take pockets so for granted until you have to get along without them. Strip the sacks that have been so long tightened with such loving care. Put that last spit shine on those shoes. XVe're almost there. 'ig 'H Now we get those spanking new kthaki uniforms on. Grad- uation exercises start in an . ll YI ' hour. Hop to lor the last time and then our lives may occasionally be our own again. EDITORS IN CHIEF .J G. F. Mfitchell H, Weber COPY EDITOR J. M. Sullivan W. J. Stone ART EDITOR R. P. Butterfield I STAFF E. F. Barnhart R. M. jwimenez H. Ekizian H. H. B. Johnson, Jr G. E. Hassell W. Joseph H. C. Herman C. K. Kane P. S. Lewis Picture Credits to: The United States Navy Mr. Jan Hahn, Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst. The Sargent Studios, Boston, Mass. Printed by American Press New Bedford, Mass. LAYOUT EDITOR PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR R. M. Rouse I. M. Mclntosh E. J. Pybus J. E. Schneider A. C. Walhlstedt Afitd : , LTJG G. D. BEAN, Faculty Advisor ,'?V.2l. 'WB N f f N' Mi! N 1 'I v , .xaizwf -.-.Q I iw .lx 4. .Q 'Mia ITS 2 W' slim . i gn gli' . ' ' w k 44' , We :ig L. 1' .x ., J gh . Wav? gmn Eternal Fatherl strong to save, A Whose arm -doth bind the restless wave, Who bidd'st the mighty ocean deep, Its own appointed limits keep: 0 hear us when we cry to Thee For those in peril on the sea.

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