United States Merchant Marine Academy - Midships Yearbook (Kings Point, NY)

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I rfA Us- 1 9 6 6 ■a? f 1MENT tit - - . " u " cadet: y h 1919 -a? -a? -a? T! «..••»..... -a? -a? -a? -a? -a? » -a? ?u HB???????fu!f " 59f!i NOT PRINTED AT GOVERNMENT EXPENSE HIP nir NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY SIX UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY KINGS POINT, NEW YORK SIX ( I i v CATION The Class of 1966 proudly dedicates its logbook to the memory of Lieutenant Commander Victor J. Lugowski. His love for the Academy, and the individuals of the Cadet Corps, was manifested over the years in organizing, and directing, the cadet Catholic Choir and coaching the Academy debate team. His love for Kings Point stemmed in part for his love of travel and the sea and many of his annual leave periods were spent traveling as an observer aboard naval vessels. Above all, he is remembered by the Class as a master in the art of teaching. His flare for conducting the classroom earned him the respectful nickname of the " maestro " and a place in the memory of every mem- ber of the class. LIEUTENANT COMMANDER VICTOR J. LUGOWSKI, USM: THE MISSION OF THE UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY To attract a high type of young American with a definite ambition to become an officer in the United States Merchant Marine; To impart to him the necessary academic background and the fun- damentals of a practical nautical education essential to a successful career at sea; To develop in him a high sense of honor, uprightness, and loyalty; To instill in him a pride in his pro- fession, and a determination to up- hold the traditions of the Merchant Marine; and By effective teaching, training, and guidance, to send him forth to his calling with a deep respect and affection for the United States Mer- chant Marine Academy. 11 » II III l! " »» •• II ! £ $ £ :■ ' • » h " r i.« •»« ni ' ■ ' " " « k — W51I. POINT KEY TO LEADERSHIP A ¥ n A PROGRA DEVELOPMENT OF MERCHANT MARINE OFFICERS i PE f HiiyftEli lTy Tlllf lJ Jl re P resents tne g reatest departure of the new Plebe from civilian life. ll E IJtfwuEll l 11 u II UWU J The Class System with its privileges and duties, however, provides an integral and necessary part of the Cadet ' s training for a career as a merchant marine officer since the efficiency and safety of ships at sea depend as much upon the discipline and leadership of their officers as upon their technical competence. As a first classman the Cadet becomes eligible for appointment as a cadet officer and he also bears the major responsibility for maintaining the standards and traditions of the Academy and for passing them on to succeeding classes. imom AND PRACTICI are integrated in the laboratory and shop. An out- standing feature of Kings Point is the wide variety of equipment provided to supplement classroom instruction. Steam engineering laboratories and stability and trim models prepare cadets to efficiently and safely operate the ships of today and the nuclear laboratories prepare them for service in the nuclear merchant fleets of the future. IFIUIE CH=MII=IM] C[j= C themselves are classrooms for Kings Pointers. During their second year UlnlE Ef El l «i)lL - «) of studies they are assigned to merchant vessels for practical experience. With the world as their campus, mixing practical work and studies, cadets learn ships and the sea and broaden their education through travel. -- ' :d Y-a mencc I ' mL . tt, : ' »gBE 4 ■ 4 " if . I M «« Wi W m. i I ■IV r » s • Ay A R) BETY (f E k (TTd VITi PC is P rovided at Kin s Point t0 fulfiU the Cadet ' s need ¥ - IfO E U U Vl - U U ¥ II U II E«3 for healthful participation in varsity and intramural athletics, for relaxation and sociability, for hobbies and publications, and for spiritual guidance. t ' snd •Mnniral young men graduating from Kings Point pass on positions of responsibility and leadership in the Regiment of Cadets and go forth well prepared in both theory and practice for positions of leadership and responsibility in the service and commerce of their country. w .wv ■■■■■■■iiili AND FACULTY course over the oceans of the world. The Administration is responsible for setting our course while we are at the Academy. These men are also instrumental in guiding us over the rough spots while we are here and for aiding us to reach our goals. Every vessel needs a pilot to guide her into a harbor and a skipper to set her PAUL ALLEN Section Editor THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON Each member of the Graduating Class of the United States Merchant Marine Academy has my congratulations and my appreciation. Each of you has signified your intent to serve America on the seas as we seek to uphold peace, justice and the dignity of man — not only here at home but for people throughout the world. In the far corners of the world in which you will voyage, you can play a major role in the challenging years ahead. By your very vocation, you can pursue unparalleled oppor- tunities to advance the welfare of mankind. I am confident that in sailing the waters of time, whether they be calm or troubled, you will justify the pride our nation has always held in its Merchant Marine. • • PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES if B B. • • • • • • 4 • • • w s f4% § mi ■ • • • • THE HONORABLE N T. CONNC™ SECRETARY OF COMMERCE • THE HONORABLE LEHOY COLLINS UNDER SECRETARY OF COMMERCE • • THE HONORABLE ALAN S. UNDER SECRETARY OF COMMERCE FOR TRANSPORTATION THE HONORABLE ! Mi! TIME A! ' M ;iS!T; TO|; THE HONORABLE JAMES W. GUUCK DEPUTY MARITIME ADMINISTRATOR • REAR ADMIRAL • • • if USMS, SUPERINTENDENT i • • ti nil ' f fi SUPERINTENDENT ' S MESSAGE TO THE GRADUATING CLASS You may be " the Class the Stars fell on. " At the time of writing I have just received " the word " that my request, and yours, for a June 1st graduation will be granted. You are graduated early, you will be making history, for every one of you will be at sea as an officer within a few weeks of his graduation, and many of you will be carrying supplies to Vietnam. On the long haul to Saigon, Danang, or Camranh Bay, you will think back to those hard days at the Academy when double study and little leave prepared you for your vital roles in your country ' s history. As I write this a quarter of a million United States soldiers are in Vietnam, two thirds of them carried by ship. Count up the amount of ammunition, guns of all kinds, helicopters, tools, gasoline, oil, food, clothing and medical supplies this has required. It is our pride that ninety eight percent of all of the above, as well as the daily supplies, are carried by ship. It is a tremendous task to supply a battleground seven thousand sea miles from our shores and the officers and men of our merchant marine have performed superbly to achieve this and to keep the life-line unbroken. By and large this is neither understood nor appreciated by the general public, but the quiet work of the American Merchant Marine, without which our troops could not function, goes on every day. In addition, to other areas, to every continent, passengers and goods are moving in our ships. Thus, on all the sea lanes of the world Kings Pointers are serving and you now join the Long Blue Line of efficient, capable, well-trained, well educated, honorable officers who shoulder the responsibility for bringing these ships and passengers and cargoes safely to port. I wish each of you much happiness and much satisfaction in your chosen profession. Steer a true course and God prosper you! Sincerely, Gordon McLintock Rear Admiral, USMS CAPTAIN USMS, ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT • • CAPTAIN LAWRENCE JARETT USMS, DEAN (ACTING) • • • • Captain Sherman W. Reed, USMS ACADEMY TRAINING REPRESENTATIVE NEW YORK, N. Y. Captain Harrison O. Travis, USMS ACADEMY TRAINING REPRESENTATIVE (ACTING) NEW ORLEANS, LA. Captain Richard H. O ' Connell, USMS ACADEMY TRAINING REPRESENTATIVE SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Commander Charles M. Rcnick, USMS DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI AFFAIRS AND PLACEMENT DIRECTOR Commander Norman C. Nilsen, USMS HEAD, DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND SUPPLY Commander Louis F. Diedricks, USMS HEAD DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS ■ i + • • • • rfffl Commander Melvin J. Koppelson, USMS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Commander Paul Krinsky, USMS ASSISTANT DEAN (ACTING) 1 m 0S Lieutenant Commander Kenneth A. Geary, USMS REGISTRAR AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES OFFICER Lieutenant Commander Harry P. Hart, USMS PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER Lieutenant Commander Alan B. Van Burcn, USMS ASSISTANT HEAD DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Commander Paul F. Bradley, CHC, USN CATHOLIC CHAPLAIN Lieutenant Commander William G. Willson, CHC, USN PROTESTANT CHAPLAIN Rabbi Samuel Teitelbaum JEWISH CHAPLAIN • Commander Ernest V. Nau, USPHS CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER Commander George B. Spruce, USPHS SENIOR DENTAL SURGEON Lieutenant Gerhard Wutzke, USPHS SENIOR ASSISTANT DENTAL SURGEON _ Lieutenant John Kiszenik, USMS ASSISTANT ADMISSIONS OFFICER Lieutenant Ernest W. Folk, USMS ASSISTANT REGISTRAR AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES OFFICER Lieutenant Donald L. Scasserra, USMS ASSISTANT FINANCE AND SUPPLY OFFICER • • • • • • • • Lieutenant Douglas A. Hard, USMS SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE SUPERINTENDENT Warrant Officer Harold G. Lasher, USMS ASSISTANT TO THE REGISTRAR Mr. George F. McGuire SHIP ' S SERVICE MANAGER Capt. Lauren S. McCready, USMS, Head of Department; Cdr. C. Sandberg, USMS, Assistant Department Head. In an effort to train engineers second to none, the Department of Engineering has devised a comprehen- sive curriculum in which every one of the practical skills necessary in the field of marine engineering is included. Engine cadets are given courses in steam and diesel engineering, electricity, and refrigeration and in other areas widi which the practical engineer must be familiar. Many theoretical skills of a related nature are also taught. Courses in hydraulics, thermodynamics, and strength of materials help the engine cadet to better understand the equipment with which he is working. These skills may also be utilized in construction and design of marine machinery. Fulton Hall is completely equipped with modern laboratories which are manned by the finest instructors available. It is in these laboratories that cadets are given their fine practical and theoretical training. These labs provide the actual experience which makes theory come to life. The laboratories also provide the opportunity of simulating actual operating conditions so that the graduate has the feel of his equipment even before he boards his first ship. Marine Engineering-Lcdr. M. Hirschkowitz, CWO F. Smith, Capt. H. Travis. Marine Engineering— Lcdr. E. Ferenczy. E 5 ' 1 • ■ 1 . Top Le t: Nuclear Engineering— Lt. D. Paquette, Cdr. C. Sandberg, Cdr. M. Gross, Capt. L. McCready, Lcdr. M. Hirschkowitz, Lcdr. A. Stwertka. Top Right: Electrical Engineering-Lt. W. McDonald, Cdr. C. Hubert, CWO N. Maroney, Lt. R. Panuska. Riglit: Engineering Mechanics— Lcdr. J. Shelley. Bottom Left: Diesel Engineering-CWO J. Antell, Lt. G. Kingsley, Lt. R. Wells. Bottom Right: Engineering Mechanics-Cdr. S. Carlson, Lt. D. Paquette, Lt. L. Kane, Lt. F. Reynolds. • jH ' ■ ' II 9-- ■ ■ •Mf i «r Top Left: Engineering Graphics— Lcdr. F. Schuler, USMS. Top Right: Basic Marine Engineering— Lt. (jg.) J. Giaquinto, Lcdr. G. Barnes, Lcdr. W. Armstrong. Bottom Left: Machine Shop— Lcdr. H. Kirby, Cadet Conway, CWO L. Malinoski. Bottom Right: Welding-CWO M. Newman, CWO L. Sferazo. I Capt. William R. Hurder, USMS, Head of Department; Cdr. R. Eisenberg, USMS, Assist- ant Department Head. The Department of Nautical Science endeavors through a variety of courses to gi ve the deck men a sound knowledge of the skills of deck seamanship. In today ' s highly complex technical world it is necessary for a deck man to have a complete theoretical and practical knowledge of the myriad aspects of ship operation from the standpoint of a topside officer. Among the essential skills taught in Samuels Hall are navigation, practical seamanship, rules of the road, and gyro navigation. There are also many theoretical courses which have value for a well rounded ship ' s officer such as those in electronics, meteorology, as- tronomy, and naval architecture. After mastering these and other skills a man is prepared to go out as a competent deck officer. The department has always maintained high standards and the records of past graduates prove that the Kings Pointer takes with him from Samuels Hall a complete background in all of his professional subjects. Seamanship and Rules of the Road— Lcdr. P. Nazzaro, Lcdr. R. May, Lcdr. L. Mangodt, Lcdr. O. Thompson. 1 J 1 Ml. min " W W " B P ' tuns? " " ?! w HiLJE if r iii iMVf i ' A V lEPi PI NAUTICAL E Top Left: Navigation-Lcdr. D. Wichert, Lcdr. L. Pearson, Ledr. W. O ' Hara, Cdr. P. Krinsky. Center Right: Electronics and Meteorology-Cdr. A. Fiore. Bottom Left: Cargo Handling and Naval Architecture-Lt. L. Worters, Lcdr. G. Steiner, Lt. E. Webster, Lcdr. J. LaDage. b I mm 8 I m hH Cdr. J ohn M. Dittrick, USMS, Head of Department; Mrs. Feldman, Departmental Secretary. MATH ANI DEW The Department of Mathematics and Science offers a complete course in higher mathematics for both deck and engine cadets. All cadets must become familiar to the science of mathematics to a degree that befits a college graduate. The department also gives courses in science, in- cluding physics and chemistry. Nuclear and atomic physics are also offered to the cadet to prepare him for the nuclear age. Cadets receive a great deal of theoretical knowl- edge in their math and science courses which aids them in their practical courses, and which prepares them for the advanced work which they may do after graduation. Mathematics-Cdr. C. Oberist, Lt. A. Nickl, Lt. A. Rausch, F. Pillatt, T. Wheeler. ?dr. P. Crum, Chemistry and Physics— Lt. H. Lascher, Lcdr. J. Drucker, CWO J. Ciancio, Lt. R. Rodman, Lcdr. W. Bay, Lcdr. A. Stwertka. HUMANITIE Cdr. W. Flint, Assistant Department Head; Cdr. Charles W. Ferris, USMS, Head of Department. The Department of Humanities is devoted to providing cadets with a good back- ground in the arts. A seagoing man should have a fundamental knowledge of the historical and cultural backgrounds of the various countries which he will be visiting. He must also have a command of the English language and the background of United States foreign trade. To meet these goals the department has set up various courses in English, Spanish, French, Rus- sian, world history, and world culture. The methods of teaching and the calibre of instructors in the Humanities Department assures the cadet of the best possible instruction in the liberal arts of his educa- tion. History and World Culture— Lcdr. A. Davies, Lcdr. F. Poos. Top Left: History-Lt. M. Szaluta, Cdr. W. Flint. Top Right: Foreign Language— Lt. J. Gitman, Lcdr. O. D ' Esopo, Lt. S. Omeltchenko, Cdr. W. Ferris. Center Left: English-Lt. R. Bardot, Mr. T. Knox, Dr. A. Norton, Lcdr. R. Brady. . a « of the .nis of the ■■■ ' ■■ -: the ..- id of ost these idKSl ; his educa- Our library, though presently cramped for space, offers cadets a fine reference and research collection, particularly in the fields of our professional courses. Most of the leading marine magazines of the world are available in the reference rooms and the profes- sional papers and writings of many of the graduates of the past are on file in the library archives. The library boasts a complete microfilm collection of the New York Times, many thousands of books, a very fine collection of records, and a well equipped, com- petent, hard working staff under the direction of Lcdr. Northrop. Funds have been obtained for the construction of a new library, and construction is due to begin this summer. The new library shall be situated between Bowditch and Fulton Halls. Library Staff— Lcdr. Everett Northrop, Librarian; Miss B. Wasoleck, Miss L. Haviland, Miss J. Rosicki, Mrs. J. Schwartz. Captain Lawrence Jarett, USMS, Head of Department and Mrs. E. Walsh, Secretary. It:;- " ' AND EC0N0M1 A ship ' s officer must have a great deal more than just his professional knowledge if he is to be a satisfied, effective officer. He must understand the economic importance of his job and the far reaching repercus- sions of some of the seemingly minor det ails of his work. The Department of Maritime Law and Eco- nomics offers courses designed to fulfill these needs of today ' s merchant marine officer. Courses in law, marine insurance, marine transportation, labor rela- tions, and economics give the cadet an overall picture of his job and its many facets. In addition, practical experience is gained by- all deck cadets during the two week period of observation and training in the offices of a steamship company. The training received by the cadet in this depart- ment prepares him for the business end of the shipping industry, be it ashore in the office, or afloat as a master of his own ship. Lcdr. S. Kirsehen, and Lcdr. W. Moore. Lcdr. W. Von Gronau, Lcdr. J. Mahoney, Lt. J. Nolan. I Lt. F. P. Buckley, USNR, Lt. R. A. Chavez, USN, Lt. S. M. Latimer, USN, Lt. A. D. Marsh, USN, Lt. (jg) J. N. Endrud, USNR, Lt. D. A. Fitzpatrick, USNR. C. F. Sheffler, QMC, USN, W. A. Boiling, GMGC, USN, W. J. Moran, FTCS, USN, G. J. McQuillen, YNC, USN. Commander William J. Flannery, USN Head of Department The mission of the Department of Naval Science is to give cadets a better understanding of the particular methods used in the operation of naval vessels. Cadets are instructed in naval procedures and maneuvers and are also given a basic under- standing of naval gunnery and gun fire support. It is hoped that with this knowledge of naval operations there will come a greater understanding and cooperation between the merchant marine officer and the naval officer. Cadets are also given a background in naval officer ' s duties so that should the need arise the graduate may step into the role of a naval officer and do a competent, first rate job. PHYSICAL AND ATHLETICS The Department of Physical Training and Ath- letics is constantly striving to keep the men of the regiment in good physical condition. A comprehen- sive program of physical training and fitness tests has been worked out. The Department has devel- oped a graded program of tests so that a man can tell how he compares physically with the regiment and also what areas of his development are lacking. Front Row: Lt. C. F. Stralka, Cdr. James W. Liebertz, Head of Department; Lt. R. A. Patterson. Back Row: Lt. (jg) C. B. Bertero, Mrs. S. Leonardo, Secretary; CWO A. L. Zielenski, Lt. T. R. Stapleton. and Acad o( p age 4. The Regiment of Cadets is an organiza- tion of men bound together for a common purpose— to become Merchant Marine Officers. The training they receive living and working within the Regiment helps them to weather both calm and strife. Their pride in their Academy and their chosen profession enables them to drive forward in the sea of life. Their sense of spirit and tradition helps mold them into more capable officers and better men. When the age is finally over, they will all look back to their Alma Mater, who has steered them so well. voy- ROBERT LEBER Section Editor w|ii.. ' i k y £!): W f . $ VA REGIMENTAL STAFF F. Von Recklinghausen, Regimental Welfare; T. Harrelson, Regimental Security; R. Basso, Regimental Adjutant; G. Geyer, Regimental Commander; C. Pryor, Regimental Communications; W. Britz, Regimental Aide; N. Nelson, Regimental Training Officer; Back-center: A. Jaskierny, Regimental Commissary. CDR. RICHARD D. O ' LEARY, USMS Regimental Officer GEORGE W. GEYER Regimental Commander RICHARD E. HASSO Regimental Adjutant ( G. Heitert, Battalion Commissary; G. Dozier, Battalion Welfare; S. Koehler, Battalion Adjutant; B. Collins, Battalion Com- mander; J. Donley, Battalion Communication; B. Veldhuis, Battalion Aide; J. Maco, Battalion Security. i _____ _______ t LCDR. FRANCIS A. LITCHFIELD, USMS First Battalion Officer RICHARD V. COLLINS First Battalion Commander STEPHEN K. KOEHLER First Battalion Adjutant I FIRST COMPAI B. Shown, C.P.O.; W. Hessman, Platoon Commander; G. Skillman, Company Adjutant; N. Weld, Company Commander; J. Cooper, G.P.O.; J. Perry, Platoon Commander; M. Richardson, Company Training Officer. 1:1 ■ -i 1 p « » .« : .« . .3.-- 3 MM W- X tor M HI -» • r - ' 3b ' B • ■ £ ' -.a . • ■ " « .■■ . - -t hj. t ::1 : ' : ' l " 1 1 .j Front Row: R. Brooks, J. Perry, J. Eldredge, C. Pearson, R. Byrnes. Second Row: B. Curran, M. Soehnlein, FIRST M . Gaffney, D. Beckman, W. Dunn, J. English. Third Row: W. Lekse, J. Walker, D. Murphey, M. Denton, F. Roberts. Fourth Row: B. Starer, D. Scellato, R. Messer, R. Faucett. Back Roiv: M. Choate, K. PLATOON Carroll, D. Roberts. Fourth Row: B. Starer, D. Scellato, R. Messer, Gill, W. Benjamin, M. Cullis, D. Holden, C. Howard. SECOND Front Row: J. Edwards, J. Grant, W. Hessman, R. Phoebus, W. Dunn. Second Row: M. Savoy, A. Yedlinski, J. Smith, R. N. Smith, W. Boyd. Third Row: F. Carroll, C. Adams, F. Keesecker, C. Howard, J. English. PLATOON Back Row: G. Ball, R. Bourgeouis, K. Matzen, D. Clark. COMPANY R. Bortz, C.P.O.; J. Einhart, Platoon Commander; C. Ilenda, Company Adjutant; J. Curland, Company Commander; F. Guest, G.P.O.; T. Richardson, Platoon Commander; R. Driscoll, Company Training Officer. ■■ A FIRST F ron t Row: R. Duenas, T. Richardson, P. Simmon. Second Row: P. Gale, C. Collins, C. Barthrop, A. Harding. Third Row: R. Wrice, R. de Riesthal, W. Dietz. Fourth Row: D. Kummer, D. Pope, D. Dean. Fifth Row: G. Clark, F. Gavavanta, E. Schlueter. Back Row: G. Kalman, J. Slaughter. PLATOON I SECOND PLATOON Front Row: J. Einhart, W. Brown, A. Landmann, T. Chandler. Second Row: M. Tatch, D. Baul, H. Reece, T. Wheeler. Third Row: P. Erickson, T. Young, T. Wojcik, B. Tompson. Fourth Row: M. Hudzik, T. Richardson, White, Conroy, T. Jackson. Fifth Row: W. Boyd, J. Olson, R. Miller, F. Pillate. Sixth Row: H. Plauche, E. Murphey, R. Kiyosaki. Back Row: M. Wholey, T. McCormick, R. Snyder. W. Langley, Battalion Aide; S. Murphy, Battalion Security; H. Hewlett, Battalion Adjutant; M. Pusard, Battalion Commander; R. Doran, Battalion Welfare; J. Sombati, Battalion Communication; R. Behm, Battalion Commissary. LCDR. DONALD E. BOYLE, USMS Second Battalion Officer MICHAEL D. PUSARD Second Battalion Commander HOLDEN W. HEWLETT Second Battalion Adjutant COMPAN ' R. Blythe, C.P.O.; R. Sanders, Platoon Commander; D. Birgenheier, Company Adjutant; J. Vaughan, Company Commander; J. Johnson, G.P.O.; R. Post, Platoon Commander; D. Svvanson, Company Training Officer. ________ I - W»« © « ; w A . ■ ■ - " 1 1 ' ' • ' ■■ ; - ; ' : ' ;■ • 1 • .. 1 Wjk 1 FIRST Front Row: R ' Post ' J- Kirb y, D. Price, F. Cunningham, T. Tribble, K. Powell. Second Row: J. Chen, A. Levine, R. Bennett, J. Doherty. Third Row: R. Kent, T. Caruso, A. Gilder, R. Stephenson. Fourth Row: E. Williams, PLATOON R . Brauns, T. Folan. Back Row: L. DeSpain, J. DeHaven, D. Allyn, L. Doucet, A. Andreasen. m w »» H ' ' l W f — ■ SECOND PLATOON Front Row: R. Huecker, R. Zawadzki, H. Lukas, S. Sander. Second Row: H. McDonald, G. Schade, R. Klein, A. Colletti, S. Parrucci. Third Row: T. Devine, K. Powell. Fourth Row: D. Lourie, G. Moken, J. Irwin, W. Klemm. Fifth Row: W. Heysek, J. Zatezalo, N. Pozulp, D. McMahon. Sixth Row: W. Thompson, J. Lindstedt, E. Hoffman, G. Sharp, R. Clarke. Back Row: R. Muelling, G. Neill, J. Knepp, W. McCarthy. F lOMPANY R. Tharpe, C.P.O.; J. Villella, Platoon Commander; M. McFeeley, Company Adjutant; R. Waite, Company Commander; J. Bern, G.P.O.; T. Earle, Platoon Commander; R. Kopeny, Company Training Officer. FIRST Front Roic: R. Madenburg, J. Williams, T. Earle, R. WoII, F. Belinske. Second Row: W. Baumgartner, T. Ford, A. Chapin, T. Buscemi, J. Klip, J. Fewer. Third Row: M. Hicks, S. Vlahovich, G. Montras, R. Butterworth. PLATOON Fourth Row: J. Dinn, M. McKinney, M. Gentine, R. Delgado. Fifth Row: E. Zabrocky, D. Burgoyne, P. McCoy, W. Walker, J. Cartner. Back Row: T. Roehl, T. MacEwen, J. Mullin. f 1 «■ m ■■ «r % -Bfc ' " • •• ■ »-», " f- - Bi H 1? ' ' - ' ' ' ▼ • " ■ - ■ • -., - r. • • • • • 4 wmnnnw SECOND Front Row: R. Fredricks, J. Cox, R. Bievenour, D. Maher, A. Schultz, W. Lorch, J. Villella. Second Row: J. Shannon, G. Padgett, G. Cleveland, T. MacEwen, G. Smith, G. Schrvver, L. Stephey, R. Rivard. Third Row: R. PLATOON Thornton, M. Gifford, L. Sexton, J. Williams, J. Luchetta, D. Conaton. Back Row: G. Emmons, P. Harren, W. Orlaskey, L. Sexton, T. Witteveen, J. Yeamans. BATTALIO! STAFF E. Paulsen, Battalion Commissary; F. Bradley, Battalion Welfare; W. Hall, Battalion Adjutant; G. Carter, Battalion Com- mander; L. Manzella, Battalion Security; J. Gabriele, Battalion Communication; G. Jeane, Battalion Aide. " " - THOMAS F. HANNIGAN, LCDR., USMS Third Battalion Officer GARY H. CARTER Third Battalion Commander WILLIAM B. HALL Third Battalion Adjutant IFTH OMPANY R. Morones, C.P.O.; J. Masters, Platoon Commander; J. Jochmans, Company Adjutant; D. Dent, Company Commander; R. Kinsey, G.P.O.; J. Liebertz, Platoon Commander; J. Lewis, Company Training Officer. Front Row: C. Smith, P. LaVigne, E. Schubert, R. Titus, E. Woods, J. Masters. Second Row: P. DeVivo, FIRST d. Fitzwater, T. Cox, J. Smith, C. Hoitt. Third Row: R. Holt, C. Huntzinger, D. Caya, J. Patterson, B. PLATOON Yarbrough, C. Stirnweis, K. Geller. Fourth Row: T. Burke, D. Diener, D. Neel, L. Davis, W. Heffernan, D. Razewski. Back Row: J. Mathewson, R. Rogers, W. Allen, D. Reighley. Front Row: J. Shnipes, R. Dunham, J. Hill, F. Jump, A. Quinn, E. Rambeau, V. Burns, J. Liebertz. Second Row: E. Hahn, F. Williams, A. Keisch, R. Friedman, R. Evans, C. Proios, M. Ehrmann. Third Row: J. Woodfield, T. Welch, C. Bohn, J. Roberts, N. Bagley, D. Holiga. Fourth Row: R. Berdahl, C. Cummins, W. Heddaeus, J. Patterson, W. Bushey. Fifth Row: R. Woehlcke, D. Denny, B. Law, A. Novak, M. Chere. Sixth Row: D. Hayes, M. Christiansen, R. Weinberg, J. Ford, F. Wilson, G. Clark. Back Row: D. Drengler, R. Vertullo, P. McGloin, D. Gross. SECOND PLATOON OMPANT K. Healey, C.P.O.; B. Miller, Platoon Commander; D. Ressel, Company Adjutant; G. Keitel, Company Commander; R. Phillips, G.P.O.; G. McKay, Platoon Commander; F. Tryon, Company Training Officer. 8 t • ' I • • • • « m i m — Fionf Row: E. Gould, L. Carter, L. Templin, R. Carson, R. Beard, B. Miller. Second Row: R. Dickey, W. Goldmaker, D. Bruderly, D. Ferrell, K. Rape. Third Row: D. Piccone, R. Gunderson, D. Adams, F. Boswell, G. Armstrong, J. Dudley. Fourth Roiv: T. Morone, E. Paulsen, Jr., J. Kaczor, M. Cereno, T. Mohler, H. Harker, B. Kubach. Fifth Row: D. Smith, K. Schoessler, L. Flink, J. Carney, J. Weinheimer, R. Rose. Sirt i Row: M. Crandall, J. Larkins, V. Gettier, A. Bayles, J. Wolf, D. Whitmarsh. Back Row: V. Sharpe, J. Peterson, R. Middleton, T. Burke, D. Flannery, C. Kerkman, R. Bruce, M. Yeamans. FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON Front Row: R. Beeson, C. Smith, J. Hernandez, L. Soffel, A. Sama, M. Hooper, G. McKay. Second Row: W. Ludt, K. Doyle, R. Leber, K. Johnson, F. Herrmann, H. Tippett. Third Row: B. Higgins, R. Stroh, G. Haubenreich, J. Vierthaler, R. Heimberger, T. Borzell, B. Rheel. Fourth Row: H. Winstock, D. Butler, M. Vincel, D. Dersch, R. Petzold, J. Piskura. Fifth Row: T. Pakula, J. Yunker, G. Tobias, B. Young, C. Ptak, J. McVicar. Back Row: C. Wolf, R. Klenk, J. McKee, W. Samons, S. Johnson, W. Dickerson, F. Jump, W. Kirchner, R. Longerich. Sitting: G. Carter, M. Pusard, R. Collins, G. Geyer. Standing: W. Hall, H. Hewlett, S. Koehler, R. Basso. ,MANI A® Composed of the Battalion Commanders and Adju- tants and headed by the Regimental Commander, the Regimental Command Board is responsible for formu- lating policy at the cadet level. This group aids the Regimental and Battalion officers in effecting the ad- ministration of the Regiment. mi it Sftting: J. Carter, T. Super, R. Appelhans, J. Wood, J. Lewis, D. Diener, J. Bern, K. Doherty, J. Gabriele, G. McKay, J. Gonsman, D. Rog, E. Yodkins. M. Richardson, K. Doyle. Back Row: W. Britz, ADET The Cadet Council is an organization established and rec- ognized by the Superintendent, Rear Admiral Gordon Mc- Lintock. It is an elected body of representatives in which all classes have a voice in expressing ways and means of estab- lishing a high degree of unity and " Esprit de Corps " at Kings Point. The Cadet Council establishes a common ground on which ideas and issues are analyzed, formulated and pre- sented through the chain of command. The Cadet Council meets directly with the Superintendent at various intervals and serves primarily as a communicating body from the Regiment to the Administration. J. Wood, J. Lewis ACTIVITil On the shoulders of this group rests the responsibilities of the various organ- izations on campus which enables the Regiment to function smoothly through- out the year. Included in this group are the editors of the Academy publications, bandleader, drillmaster, and presidents and directors of recognized clubs and units. As a group die staff does very little, but each individual is responsible for organizing and maintaining the many groups that are responsible for maintain- ing a high " Esprit de Corps " at Kings Point. :0MMITTI1 The function of this committee is to provide a communication link between the Regiment and the library staff. Through this group the suggestions of the Regiment are made known to the library staff and the Regiment is kept informed as to the progress of the new library and new materials available in the library. Front Roiv: T. Sumner, A. Zaccaria, E. Heutteman, P. Freeman, J. Moore, G. Binam, W. Marwedel. Back Row: C. Williams, S. Sivell, W. Breyfogel, J. Tobler, L. Montag, V. Work, C. Lichvarcik. mis . Lcdr. E. Northrop, E. Paulsen, W. Klemm, W. Goldmacker, R. Brooks, T. Devine. HI Richard C. Oprison, Color Guard Ensign. J. Patterson, C. Lichvarcik, R. Oprison, L. Hubbard, R. Cann. Under the command of Cadet Ensign Richard Oprison the color guard has brought a great deal of honor and prestige to the Academy this year. The color guard has traveled throughout the metropolitan area representing the Academy in parades and various ceremonies. The color guard was honored with the presentation of new equipment to further improve their appearance. The Color Guard at a formal review. . -m w 30 . iTi mm ' ?yf 1 .VV. iGS POINT Front Row: Lt. McCammon— Bandmaster, G. Stupski, T. Rolinger, J. Sexton, G. Hoagland, S. Sivell. Second Row: W. Britz, J. Moore, L. Ruckdeschel, J. Taylor, T. Dickenson, W. Looney, G. Cassa. Third Row: T. Devine, J. Zatezalo, L. Petros, K. Rape, A. Graves. Fourth Row: R. Keller, R. Smith, J. Bordelon, R. Long, D. Bruderly, C. Davis, L. Davis. Back Row: D. Roberts, A. Drengler, L. Emmerick, L. DeSpain, J. VanDerVeen, M. Denton, J. McVicar, C. Kirkman. The Regimental Band this year broke Academy tradi- tions by going traditional. The band took on the look and the manner of a traditional British military band after several weeks of instructions to the band and Drum Major and with the donation of an exclusive set of field drums, a mace, a drummer ' s leopard skin, and appurtenances by an alumnus of the Academy. Also donated this year were six fiber-glass sousaphones to replace the antiques which were being used. The band had many requests for appearances, but had to refuse all but a few. They played for the Mobile Oil Dealers ' Convention, performed the annual winter concert, opened the home baseball season at Shea Stadium and appeared at home and away athletic contests and at all regimental functions. Hearty congratulations are extended to Lt. McCammon and Band Ensign James Moore and Drum Major Steve Sivell for the splendid job they have done this year. S. Sivell-Band Ensign, L. Collevecchio, Lt. McCammon-Band- master, J. Moore, C. Connell. Music that ' s sweet to the ear. R. Dunham, J. St. Laurent-Drill Team Ensign, W. Rogers. DRILL TIAI The members of the Drill Team have practiced a minimum of two afternoons a week throughout the year to perfect their routines of military and rifle drill to attain the polish of a fine exhibition team. This year this work proved itself in the participation of the team in the first drill meet attended by a U.S.M.M.A. Drill Team and its attaining a score of 253 out of 300 to place fifth out of 25 teams. Other activities of the team includes performing in Regimental Reviews, parades, halftime shows, and spe- cial performanced both aboard the Academy and in the metropolitan area. Long hours of practice is what it takes. An exchange of arms. ISKSfe -?■ " ,. ACT1VITI They say that all work • and no play makes Jack a dull boy If the size aid scope of the Cadet AcrVvitfcs are any in- dication, there are certainly no " dull Jacks " at Kings Point. As the cadets ' backgrounds are varied, so are the activities varied. There is almost no field of interest that is not represented in some manner here at the Academy. The drawing power of these clubs and groups is clearly shown by the number of cadets who belong to more than one interest group, on top of carrying the Academy ' s well known heavy academic schedule. These, then, are our extra-curricular activities. Many and varied, they contribute in no small part to making the Kings Point graduate a well-rounded man that he is known to be. JAMES SHIPMAN Section Editor i EDITOR-IN-CHIEF LeRoy K. Montag MIDSHIPS is the logbook of the graduating class of the Academy. Between these covers the staff has attempted to re-create the life of a class, the Class of 1966, during its four years at the Academy. Through this book we hope that each member of our class may always have with him some part of the Academy as it was during his stay. We have endeavored to make this yearbook one that will be of great interest to not only the people connected with the Academy but also to the casual reader. To these we hope that we have imparted a favorable insight into the United States Merchant Marine Academy and its mission. BUSINESS MANAGER Philip H. Fredricks, Jr. ADVERTISING MANAGER Randall J. Kopeny MANAGING EDITOR Charles M. Davis GRADUATION SECTION EDITOR Muriel L. Richardson, Jr. SEAYEAR EDITORS Michael D. Cullis and Joseph P. Maco SPORTS EDITOR Leonard J. Manzella PHOTOGRAPHIC STAFF Ronald R. Muelling, Chief Photographer; John H. Roberts, William Goldmacker TYPIST Alfred Novak f «jrw piT ASSOCIATE EDITOR James Shipman ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER D. Grady Ron and Bill making a decision. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF E. Cameron Williams, Jr. MANAGING EDITOR Joseph A. Gabriele ASSISTANT EDITOR William M. Benjamin CIRCULATION MANAGER Jon H. Cooper HEAR THl: The cadet newspaper, HEAR THIS, is a popula p;. tion here at the Academy. There are many very po ilar columns in this newspaper. All first classmen aspire to haw a special girl named the belle of the week. The paper also has several regular columns of professional interest which appear as regular features and which provide the Cadets with much useful information concerning the maritime industry. And last but not least by any means HEAR THIS reports on the everyday goings on at the Academy. ■ EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Patrick A. Freeman POLARIS, the Academy ' s magazine, has a circulation of over 4,000. It is a quarterly magazine covering matters of interest to Cadets, graduates, and personnel of the marine industry. With many subscriptions now going to high schools across the country, it helps to make the Academy known to interested students. Recent issues have brought commending letters from industry leaders, port officials, Academy personnel, and President Johnson. ' BUSINESS MANAGER William H. Klemm MANAGEMENT CO-ORDINATOR Robert D. Kinsey EDITORIAL STAFF G. Binam, P. Freeman, C. Ilenda, D. Sheetz, M. Cullis Brooks, D. Scellato, M. Hughes, J. Van Der Veen. i. Van Der Linde, A. Levine. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Edward W. Huettman BEARINGS, the handbook of Kings Point, is intended to introduce the incoming plebe to Kings Point and the merchant marine. It serves a secondary purpose in that it informs the general public about the Academy and the industry. BEARINGS contains condensed histories of seafaring, the merchant marine, the Cadet Corps, the Academy, and the Maritime Administration. It also provides cur- rent information on all facets of life in the Academy and describes the customs and traditions of the Corps. BUSINESS MANAGER John L. Johnson R. Kent, S. Morse, Office Manager. Lake, M. Hicks, Typists. CHIEF, INFORMATION SERVICE Timothy C. Sumner REGIMENT. INFORM Here is the staff of an organization that goes on un- noticed and achieves personal recognition for each indi- vidual cadet. Organized in 1948, the Regimental In- formation Service supplies all local press releases, pub- lishes Graduate Class address books, and aids in intro- ducing the Academy to prospective cadets. During the course of a year, the staff of the Regi- mental Information Service does many thankless jobs that benefit each of us individually and the Academy as a whole. Its rewards consist mainly of that feeling of satisfaction derived from a job " well done. " s ASSISTANT CHIEF Wilburn L. Combs R. Svendson, D. Denny, D. Jones, J. Roberts. M Jm ASSOCIATE CHIEF Frederick T. Tirrell iik. . j - — BUSINESS MANAGER Charles M. Dake, III NEWS EDITOR Teddy K. Blankenship Front Row: K. Johnson, M. McHugh, R. Skillman, W. Marwedel, K. Smith, R. Bortz, J. Wood, M. McKinney, R. Duenas, R. Brooks. Second Row: R. Muelling, C. Wolf, R. Phoebus, R. Messer. Back Row: A. Schultz, T. Tribble, J. Jockmans, G. Dozier, R. Fredricks, L. Oldenhuis, R. Dunham. NAME The Society of Naval Archite cts and Marine Engi- neers is a nationwide organization composed of leaders in the marine field. A special chapter here at Kings Point gives the Cadets the opportunity to hear some of the top spokesmen in the industry as well as participate in Society activities in the New York port area. In addition, Cadet members are eligible to receive the many technical journals and pamphlets published by the Society in its program of maritime improvement. IS! paah pa fflUJl aJtml P. Simon, T. Devine, W. Britz, S. Sivell, J. The purpose of the Arts and World Affairs Committee is to select a series of concerts and film lectures for presentation at the Academy during its annual series. The program is set up a year in advance and is designed to include all areas of our culture. The film-lectures include distinguished men from education to the Su- preme Court and to renowned travelers. The concert series varies from performers of the classics to folk music. Each year the committee of about twelve mem- bers attend several concerts and lectures and select the program to be presented the following year. The committee gathers opinions from other cadets to help them in the selection. The final selection is made to give the largest variety for the year and bring a broad cultural program to the cadets. ; AND oil ir D. Sheetz, Assistant Director; R. Muelling; J. Gregory, Director. REGIMENTAL UNIT Known primarily for the music accompanying the meals in Delano Hall, the Regimental Broadcast Unit provides other important services. The unit has recorded and maintained a file of all important speeches and events at the Academy since 1947. Often located behind the scenes, the Broadcast Unit is responsible for the setting up and the smooth functioning of recording and public address equipment for pep rallies, gym meets, reviews, and concerts. The unit also maintains a repair section for the main- tenance of its own equipment and for the repair of the electronic equipment of other cadets. p% 41 r as " ; ,5,. ' m ■ n I H L. Kozak, Program Director; W. Schlotter, Technical Director. Front Row: D. Sheetz, J. Gregory. Second Row: K. DuBois, R. Muelling, N. Bagley, D. Holden, L. Landis, G. Johnson. Back Row: W. Schlotter, L. Kozak, D. Razewski. The hard-working crew? Friday nights bring on the famil- iar sounds of " three-no, pass, pass, and double " coming from the cadet lounge. The Bridge Club has had a very good year. Four members entered the Eastern Intercollegiate Bridge tournament and the four man team did well for their first outing. Several tournaments were held at the Academy with some trips to the outside. With interest rising in the under-classes, the Bridge Club should continue to grow and develop good, well played bridge. II T fi F Bn I ITEftEST The Automotive Interest Club is made up of a group of cadets who have an active interest in cars and engines. The club is the repair and conditioning organization which cares for the " Bentley. " D. Schaffer, T. Su D. Greenhut, P. Martinez, W. Hessman, D. I v --t T. Pakula, H. Hewlett, F. Belinske, K. Powell, C. Lichvarcik, J. Jockmans, F. Tryon, F. Bradley. The final result of this hard work- ing committee is something that each graduate of the Class of 1966 will have with him for the rest of his life— his class ring. The first year was mainly spent selecting a company with which to do busi- ness. The second year was spent working out the details of the de- sign of the ring. K. C. Powell ' s committee is to be commended for a job well done. Front Row: P. Simon, T. Earle, C. Powell. Second Row: D. Price, S. Murphy, G. Heitert, J. Sombati, J. Jochmans. Back Row: K. Doherty, A. Jaskierny, F. Bradley, W. Klemm ' Aliamanu, Paradise Isle, the Ring Dance of the Class of 1966, was held June 5, 1965, in Delano Hall. Co-chairmen of the dance were Tim Earle and Phil Simon, with over 30 classmates heading various sub-committees. The traditional ring ceremony was complemented by the theme. Delano Hall was transformed into a tropic isle with a waterfall and pool, a large cen- tral pool with fountain, tropical plants, and caged monkeys and parrots. Music was provided by the Guy Masella Orchestra. il i J t 1 oivi 1 l ?s I I gfrfiH ' ' -. . Cm t™ Dr. Norton, Adviser; G. Guest, Council President. D. McMahon, A. Landmann, G. Guest, B. Starer, B. Shov DEBATE COUNCIL With the opening of the Academy in 1942, debate commenced as one of the earliest activities. At first an intramural and local program, debate, under the direc- tion of our late, beloved Lt. Cdr. Lugowski, in 1949 developed into a national, coast-to-coast affair and finally into international, intercollegiate competition. This year, with Dr. A. A. Norton as officer-adviser and Cadet Guest, appointed president, the Debate Coun- cil continued this tradition by representing Kings Point widely, and often. Debating the resolution " Resolved, that Law Enforcement Agencies should be given greater freedom in the investigation and prosecution of crime " Kings Point speakers participated in such well known tournaments as Georgetown, Princeton, Harvard, Miami, and our own interacademy tournament, The Golden Gavel. Making debate international, the Debate Council hosted debates with the Royal Military College of Canada and Cambridge University of England. Sifting: Dr. Norton, T. Alexander, B. Shown, G. Guest, W. Lekse. Standing: F. Keesecker, J. Patterson, L. Simmonds, T. Devine, L. Davis, D. McMahon, A. Landmann, B. Starer. L debate : £nt an ie direc- r-advisei . bcm ' Goto )WL1NG LEA After a great deal of organizational difficulties, the afternoon bowling league for cadets was begun in October. Eleven teams from six companies were formed of at least three members each. Each weekday two teams bowled three games against each other for a maximum of four points, one point for each game won and one point for the high team series. Gary Binam was appointed as president of the Bowl- ing Association and the Bowling League. Joe Lombino was named secretary and undertook the scheduling of the season and the organization of the teams. The com- putation of team averages, handicaps, and league stand- ings was done by Bob Middleton. At the end of the season, each of the three members of the winning team was presented a trophy. G. Binam, T. Neumann, J. Lombino. Front Row: W. Goldmacker, WB2AUK; B. Thompson, K. Williams, WA2KXP. Back Row: J. Mathewson, WA1CWO; R. Snyder, WA4CPS; VV. Benjamin, K3BQB. William M. Benjamin, President. Council The Amateur Radio Club of the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy was created to foster an interest in amateur radio. The club ' s purpose is to develop educa- tional and recreational facilities for those cadets who wish to participate and to render service to the Academy and to the Regiment whenever possible. The club transmits under its assigned call letters of WB2VXD. The club receives much of its support from its Officer-Adviser, Commander Fiore, and from Mr. Daly, of the Electronics Department. With the aid of the Kings Point Fund and the Welfare Fund, the club has modernized much of its equipment this year. The club has also been assisted by the Officers ' Wives Club. Kneeling: J. Thomas, H. Harris. Standing: R. Berdahl, W. Grossman, T. Cox, C. Smith, R. Wrice, P. Dris- col, R. Phillips, R. Masel, P. LaVigne. TO1DENT CI The Trident Club, under the guidance of Captain Joseph Prosser, officer-adviser, and Pete LaVigne, presi- dent, has provided a means for its members to share in the new and exciting world under the surface of the sea. With practice sessions held in Marshall Pool the members have been able to gain valuable experience and underwater time. The club, with its new compressor and diving equipment, makes it possible for all its members to dive. Those members without equipment are able to " check out " the club ' s equipment and join with the rest of the members on their dives. With the new and unique world that is now opening under the sea, it is hoped that the Trident Club will help in spreading the name of Kings Point under the world ' s oceans as the cadets themselves have done over them. fc I ■ totes.! Pete telling them how. P. Driscol, R. Masel, P. Lavigne, President. Hedw athletic teai The Weight Lifters Club is one of the newer organizations at the Acad- emy. It is dedicated to building up the strength of its members through the proper lifts and exercises. Its members can be found nearly any time of the day in the weight room of O ' Hara Hall going through their ex- ercises. Front Row: W. Green, S. Sander, T. Buscemi, W. Aheam, R. Post. Second Row: R. Messer, W. Lekse, J. Woz- niak, D. Dean, R. Kopeny, F. Belin- ske. Back Row: E. Papp, J. Mazzei, J. Brady, K. Doherty, T. Cober, J. Roberts, R. Bjelland, President. The cheerleader squad is comprised of the high spirited cadets who are in front of the regiment supporting the athletic teams. Their efforts are ac- knowledged by all the cadets and appreciated by the men on the field. W. Sammons, C. Ptak, M. Chere. k w % Frorci Row: J. Stafsnes, T. Super, H. Lukas, N. Weld. Second Row: W. Lorch, S. Griffin, K. Powell, D. Dent, R. Friedman, A. Quinn, T. Neumann. Third Row: C. Brown, W. Langley, F. Herrmann, J. Villella, G. Heitert, R. Morones. Fourth Row: S. Smith, J. Wilson, D. Press, R. Russell, S. Sander, G. McKay, R. Woll. Back Row: R. Tharpe, P. Wojcicki, W. Klemm, R. Op- rison, D. Clark, R. Keller. A. Quinn, J. Curland, J. Villella, President; J. Klein, R. Russell. The Varsity Club is an association of lettermen formed to encourage participation in varsity athletics by cadets and to develop closer relationships between graduate and undergraduate athletes of the Academy. Membership in the club is open to all cadets who have attained a varsity letter in any varsity activity. Projects undertaken by the Varsity Club include managing concessions at various varsity activities, such as home football and basketball games; sponsor- ing bus transportation for cadets to away varsity activities; sponsoring " Block M " parties for the Satur- day night entertainment of cadets; and awarding Var- sity Club parkas to athletes attaining two varsity letters in the same sport and Player-of-the-Week pins to outstanding athletes. Sitting: C. Scott. Standing: B. Thompson, C. Watson, L. Marwedel, J. Masters, W. Heysek, E. Hahn, J. Bordelon. The Kings Point Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Harold Reich, indulges in a variety of musical enterprises during the performing season, which lasts from September to about mid-June. Activities include exchanges with choral groups from other colleges, singing for various dinners and conventions in some of New York ' s finest hotels, occasionally W. Marwedel, Mr. Reich. appearing on television, variety and benefit programs in the Long Island area, its home concert, and its annual tour, which has taken it to Washington, D.C., Chicago, and other cities. The Glee Club, in performing for large groups across the nation, has done much to further the name and repu- tation of the Academy while providing a sense of enjoy- ment and accomplishment for its members, who devote a great deal of time and effort toward making it the fine group that it is known to be. - L between tetany. to include Ktfrifo, sponsor- btS Front Row: B. Thompson, G. Cleveland, J. Bordelon, D. Uhles, C. Belcher, D. Thompson. Second Row: J. Masters, C. Watson, E. Williams, C. Scott, E. Hahn, G. Sampson, W. Kaiser. Back Row: W. Marwedel, L. Stern, V. Jaro, W. Sharpe, W. Heysek. LAND TAFF Land Hall, the cadet recreation center, is main- tained for the relaxation and enjoyment of cadets and their guests. Its facilities include billiards, color TV and a stereo radio-phonograph. Land Hall is the scene of the plebe tea dances and various club mixers. T: 10 d ' unfa v BOH bai ' ■ J. Tobler, J. Bordelon. Front Row: P. LaVigne, J. Gregory, M. Yeamans, J. Hernandez. Second Row: G. Armstrong, J. Kaczor, W. Huestis, R. Leonard. Back Row: P. Fredricks, F. Bayles, C. Johnson. The Hobby Shop is open to all classes for pur- suing individual projects. It is located in the base- ment of Sixth Company and has been under the direction of Phil Fredricks this year. The Hobby Shop has facilities for wood and metal working as well as electrical work. The Camera Club serves those cadets who wish to do their own photographic processing. Enthusi- asm for the subject is furthered by mutual associa- tion. The club has its own lab on the " zero " deck of Bowditch Hall. Through the generous contribu- tions of the Officers ' Wives Club, the Camera Lab is now equipped to do color processing. Many mem- bers have cameras they acquired during their sea years and the club is able to supply equipment for the use of those who don ' t have their own. W. Goldmacker, D. Birgenheier, President; R. Muelling. Front Row: V. Belcher, G. Dozier, R. Doran. Back Row: E. Hahn, F. Bradley, M. McKinney, G. Armstrong. REGIMENTAL DANCE COMMIT! The tremendous success of this year ' s Regi- mental Dances has been largely due to the wonder- ful cooperation and untiring efforts of the Regi- mental Dance Committee. An added task to this year ' s curriculum has been organizing the Saturday Evening mixers in the lounge which is further proof of this group ' s outstanding efforts. Composed of the Regimental Welfare Officer, his battalion counterparts, and their aides, the Dance Committee is responsible for organizing, decorating, contracting for musicians, and securing after each of these Regimental functions. T ■■[. m T- : % r i V " " Front Row: J. Lombino, R. Doran, M. McFeeley, T. Buscemi, J. Kirby, S. Sander, T. Super. Second Row: M. Flavel, R. Collins, D. Dent, F. Belinske, C. Lichvarcik, K. Cayce, R. Oprison, R. Woll, T. Harahan, C. Work. Rack Row: J. Roberts, S. Koehler, G. Keitel, R. Post, G. Loesch, R. Tharpe, T. Neumann. INTERNATIONAL The primary purpose of this organization is to offer cadets an opportunity to broaden their knowl- edge of world citizenship which is so important to the success of their chosen careers. The various activities of this organization have enabled those members who have been to sea to expound on their experiences and to relate them to current events, so as to achieve a good understanding of the peoples of the world. One might say that the I. R. C. is a continuation of the sea year; however, in some instances it is more rewarding because of its unlimited scope. rison, C. Lichvarcik, President In this the third year of its return to active status, the Drama Club was beset by organizational troubles. The early graduation for the first class- men have added to these problems for plans were made for the club ' s first and only program to be given during the fourth quarter. It is hoped that even without its entire membership the show will go on. Front Row: A. Andrensen, R. Delaney, R. Waite. Back Row: L. Kozak, R. Middleton, R. Muelling, S. Sivell. The Ski Club this year has been very active and boasts a membership of 187 men, making it the largest cadet organization at the Academy and one of its most active. The club is organized for both snow skiing in the winter season and water skiing during the summer. This marks the first time that the ski club has had water skiing as a part of its activities. The club provides organized ski trips and a limited amount of equipment for its members. An average of 25 men participated in each of twelve weekend trips during the winter season. C. Pryor, P. Simon, President; V. Langley. 1 1 ' to® Officers: S. Murphy, T. Marehion, J. Wood, A. Landmann, C. Ilenda. Ik! all the A after e of sport papers ' Una . brrAir :n: " Ik : ' ::: 3 EA The Eagle Scout Society is a group of former Scouts who are interested in continuing the Scout- ing traditions of camping and service. Several Society camping trips are organized each year. The Society also assists the Nassau County Council of the Boy Scouts of America with several of its func- tions. The most important service of the group to the Academy is to provide escorts for the several thousand visitors who storm the Academy annually. a The Sports Publicity Staff releases the results of all the Academy ' s athletic events to the major New York City and Long Island newspapers immediately after each home event. The staff also meets each Friday evening for the purpose of sending indi- vidual sports releases to the hometown newspapers of sports standouts and supplying over 100 news- papers with a recap of the week-in-sports. Three times each year the staff compiles a current sports brochure which is sent to newspapers and sports information directors of all competing colleges. The Sports Staff is complemented with a photog- raphy staff which supplies photos and action shots for public release and for use in all the Academy ' s publications. J. Masters, O. Butler, Director; A. Quinn. Front Row: R. Francis, J. Havasy, D. Holiga. Back Row: J. Van Der Veen, G. Ball, D. Scellato. i s Front Row: Chaplain Willson, G. Skillman, G. Guest, A. Landmann, D. Dersch, L. Davis, B. Shown, L. Montag. Second Row: C. Scott, C. Adams, W. Watson, J. Kranzler, J. Sands, D. Reighly. Back Row: J. Herbert, W. Kirchner, W. Smith, C. Davis, W. Cleveland, W. Matfin. The Christian Council, the united Protestant organization of the Academy provides the Prot- estant cadet with a program of religious activities and gives cadets a fellowship link with other college students through the Intervarsity Christian Fellow- ship. The purpose of the Christian Council is to give the cadet a deeper understanding of the Chris- tian faith, help develop in him Christian principles and standards and promote respect for and brother- hood among all men. h 1m N Front Row: W. Clark, F. Beckman, G. Hileman, J. Williams, D. Paget, C. Watson, R. Hollis. Back Row: W. Matfin, T. Dick- inson, C. .Williams, F. Keesecker, D. Reighly, C. Adams, C. Davis, N. Nelson. Not Pictured: C. Scott, W. Boyer, C. Harker, J. Sands, D. Bruderly. Part of the job of developing an atmosphere of close contact with God and a means of communi- cating with Him falls to the Protestant Choir. Com- posed entirely of cadets, the Choir can be heard at various Protestant religious functions both aboard and at churches throughout the metropolitan area. IT Front Row: R. Collins, A. Zaccaria, B. Thompson, M. Ehrmann, D. Halluska, R. Snyder. Second Row: J. Mazzei, P. Levesque, R. McGee, T. Sumner, W. Huestis. Third Row: J. Edwards, D. Weiss, W. Boyd, K. Smith, F. Cunningham, G. Gallo, R. Dickey, B. Higgins. Back Row: J. Gehegan, M. Hudzik, T. Hamberger, C. Wolf, M. Pinto, E. Stano, S. Murphy, L. Stern, E. Radomski. NEWMAN The Newman Institute fosters the religious, social, and intellectual needs of the Catholic cadets at the Academy. The Institute, which is a member of the New York Province of Newman Clubs, helps to cultivate in the Catholic cadets a Christian insight which will enable them to fulfill their role better both as cadets and as Catholics. With ti Mass, a D Front Row: B. Thompson, R. Woehlcke, M. Ehrmann, R. Halluska, Mr. M. Cibas (Choir Master Organist). Back Row: G. Gallo, D. Holden, H. Gotimer, E. Stano. Front Rote: J. Bajor, K. Smith, A. Zaccaria, J. Cooper, R. Halluska, E. Hormann. Back Row: J. Edwards, R. Duenas, L. Lampland, C. Wolf, F. Cunningham, R. Dickey. CATHOLIC CHOIR With the new changes in the liturgy of the Mass, a more important role is assumed by the Catholic Choir. They afford a deeper insight into the meaning of the Mass as well as guide the congregation in the expression of the tradi- tional Catholic beliefs. STELLA MAHIS GUILD The privilege of assisting the priest in the conduct of Catholic services falls to the men in the Stella Maris Guild. They are entrusted with the setting up of the altar for Mass and other services, and the care of the accessories needed for these functions. h [NO OBI? (in I ■wm m Maintaining a high stands! .1 i c fit ss f t all cadets is one of the major lis Df the Academy administration; - Tc urther this program, a rugged schedule : inter- collegiate varsity events has been promoted. Although this training is designed mainly for the present, the lessons learned assist the graduate through later years. For those who do not compete for a varsity team, an extensive program of intramural sports has been devised. Designed along the lines of inter- company rivalry, these sports have a wide and enthusiastic following. Varsity or intramural event, the spirit of competition and sportsmanship is always high at the Academy. LEONARD J. MANZELLA Section Editor = F? fw ft mm Front Row: J. Shnipes, A. Sama, S. Sander, T. Sheldon, K. Cayce S. Koehler, J. Klein, R. Post, A. Thompson, T. Neumann, ] Thomson. Second Row: B. Hanford, J. Isabella, R. Wiegang, J Bojko, R. Barry, J. DeMartino, J. Hill, G. Clark, A. Keisch, R. Leonard. Third Row: D. Konnick, R. Ahearn, P. Meyers, J Ware, G. Sebuck, A. Weber, M. Weber, G. McShea, T. Roehl. Back Row: P. Banazewski, K. Grinage, J. Wemberg, F. Nespoli, M. Christiansen, T. Marone, J. Linster, G. Harlan, T. Cober, N. Pelliter. It is the feeling of this past year ' s football team that they had a very successful season. Never before had a Kings Point team had as rough a schedule and still remained in every ball game. The fact that they had a good season and that there wasn ' t a game they could not have won, despite the rough schedule, can be attributed to many factors. Coach Paterno and his excellent staff brought the team along very well and instilled in them a winning spirit that most of them will never forget. Despite the fact that they have had three coaches within three years Coach Paterno took full charge, made them into a well trained platoon system and gave them a winner ' s outlook. He instilled in them a pride in their unit and brought forth from them a one-hundred percent effort. Each member of the team was also responsible for their fine season. Each member made a lot of sacrifices, contributed competition for each position, and worked hard for the fine season they had. It can safely be said that every member of the team was proud to belong to this ball club and that the seniors will miss participating in this great sport. G. Paterno, Coach; S. Koehler, Captain. G. Paterno, Head Coach; S. Zajdel, T. Stapleton, C. Bertero, C. Stralka. If- RECORD K.P. 27 10 14 13 21 13 7 17 22 OPP. .... 21 .... 7 C. W. Post .... .... 14 .... 35 Gettysburg .... Northeastern .... .... 30 .... 14 .... 22 Coast Guard .... P.M.C .... 8 .... 12 A handoff in the IxuknVkl, Bob looking for I B Coast Guard is sunk. Blocking the kick. t f 0 jk ' ; -4. I Kneeling: L. Templin, Mgr., R. Halluska, T. Super, W. Ritchie, N. Weld, R. Annis, K. Geller, J, Stuart. Second Row: J. Bar- bour, Coach, R. Heimberger, C. Collins, M. Fraugos, C. Stapleton, E. Woods, J. Herbert, R. Miller, G. Prios, F. Jump, L. Brown, E. Woods. Back Row: D. Ressel, R. Lekse, H. Firey, E. Yodkins, A. Williams, J. Gehegan, T. Witteveen, R. Rogers, R. Woll, R. Burgeois, J. Carney, W. Klemm, Mgr. Coach Barbour ' s " Booters " labored through a tough schedule to post a creditable 7-4-2 record. The Marin- er ' s outstanding goalie, Dieter Bessel, was lost for the season as a result of playing out his college eligi- bility. Team co-captain Norm Weld led the season ' s offensive thrust by scoring nine goals in six games. Tony Annis followed with seven. The team had its greatest difficulty with the Island schools of Hofstra and Adelphi who managed to stalemate the Mariner team. The defensive squad was led by co-captain Bill Ritchie who also made die scoreboard with two goals during the season. W. Ritche, Co-Captain; J. Barbour, Coach; N. Weld, Co-Captain. ■HMM ' 1 V Tony at the dribble. Roberto on the free kick. RECORD K.P. 1 2 6 1 2 4 3 4 2 OPP. 10 5 4 1 1 7 2 2 4 N. Y. S. Maritime Navy .... Wagner . . . Royal Military Coll College . . ?ge of Canada Kevin after a high That ' s what you call using your head. ?% «?% % «L a Frorrt Ron;: J. Liebertz, J. Yeamans, J. Curland, G. Skillman, F. Herrmann, R. Tharpe. Second Row: D. Reighley, J. McGee, J. O ' Connell, J. Wilson, P. Hormann, R. Klenk, J. Haas, C. Pearson, W. Heddaevs. D. Pranulis. Third Row: R. Lake, R. Masel, L. Stephey, R. Fernandez, P. Fontana, D. Weiss. A returning nucleus of varsity lettermen coupled with strong additions to the team from the Class of ' 69 made the Kings Point Swimming Team this year possibly the strongest in its history. After Christmas leave the Aqua Men began a winning streak during which time they took five consecutive meets, includ- ing a revenge victory over Catholic University in what Coach Bertero termed " The biggest win of my coach- ing career. " Academy and pool records were broken con tinually throughout the season as the team improved. The season was brought to a rewarding close in capturing third place in the Metropolitan Championships and repeating as Long Island Champions, while compiling an impressive 8 to 4 dual meet record. C. Hertero, Coach; J. Gurland, Captain. RECORD Brooklyn Poly . . . Columbia .... Coast Guard . . . OPP . ... 42 . ... 61 . ... 37 . ... 48 Seton Hall .... . ... 29 . 35 C.C.N.Y Manhattan .... N.Y.U . ... 42 . ... 33 . ... 54 S. Conn. State . Fordham . ... 58 . ... 43 Eastern Relay Championships — 5th Metropolitan Championships — 4th Long Island Championships — 1st j S %N •% ' %: I f %i Winning Relay: Fernandez, Skillman, Pranulis, Curland. j» fii s r i j HB M (■■ ■■.■ ' ' ■■ .vv ' Wm V«... ' |B £l. ' Aj ' 4 B%E M BL- ____ Mr. Sipos, Coach The Kings Point basketball team, under then- new head coach Mr. John Sipos, hustled to its most winning season in the Mariner annals. After a period of adjustment, the Mariner five played top knotch ball during mid-season, climaxed by a grinding four consecutive night stand, copping three of the four battles with an impressive finale against the Puerto Rican Olympic Team in Madison Square Garden. The experience of seniors George Geyer, Gunther Keitel, Howie Quinn, and captain Glenn McKay was substantially supplemented by the playmaking of sophomore Ken Doyle and the rebounding of sophomore Scott Trahan and freshman Charlie Deubel. Exemplifying the spirit of this year ' s team was the hairline victory over Adelphi in which the Mariners fought back from a solid eight point deficit with less than three minutes remaining to steal the glory of triumph from a stunned Adelphi team. With the use of free substitution by Coach Sipos, the Mariner quintet ' s fast break and wide open style of play highlighted the excitement of the season, giving the Regiment more victories to cheer about than ever before and leaving them with bright promise for the future. bfa its most d bj- a - i ■ Dtha McKay •.-making :ot Charlie it ' s team hichthe ■ - i ■.: tn AdeJphi ■■vide mat of Dorics to Up! RECORD K.P. OPP. 75 Hunter College 59 73 Wagner College 78 63 Brooklyn College 61 75 C. W. Post 90 79 Kings College 103 90 Stonehill 105 77 Springfield 89 52 Pratt 50 80 Stevens 60 106 Delaware Valley 73 81 Southampton 71 76 Marist 69 78 Adelphi 77 73 M.I.T 81 83 C. W. Post 70 68 U.S. Coast Guard 89 69 Wesleyan 75 83 Union 72 80 Hofstra 89 79 Queens 74 74 Trinity 92 Trahan does it again. The champ in action. The 1966 Kings Point wrestling team compiled still another winning record, keeping alive a string that has lasted since Coach Stralka started the team in 1951. Lead by co-captains John Stafsnes and Les Kempf, the team ended the season with a 7-5 record. The outstanding individual was Les Kempf who won his second straight Metropolitan Cham- pionship, took third place in the Coast Guard tour- nament, and competed in the Small College Na- tionals in Minnesota. Other good performers were Pete Worth with a third at Coast Guard and a third at the Mets, and Pete Phillips with a second place at the Mets. Other regulars on the team included co-captain John Stafsnes, who was lost during the season because of injuries, Walt Gregorek, Russ Rehm, Rudy Morones, Ken Ludd, Rill Haneline, Robby Heller and plebe Stan Chelluck. The highlight of the season was a one point victory over Columbia which is known as a good wrestling school. The biggest heartbreak was the loss to Coast Guard, mainly due to injuries. The future for the team looks good with co- captain Les Kempf returning, and also, with letter- men coming back in every weight class. The long lasting tradition of a winning season is certainly guaranteed with such depth. Getting him ready for the pin. RECORD K.P. OPP. 38 Seton Hall . . . 3 43 Brooklyn Poly .... . . . 40 38 . . . 3 Wagner . . . 3 8 Hofstra . . . 29 14 Gettysburg . . . 17 29 Fairlt-igh Dickinson . . . 14 13 Coast Guard .... . . . 22 9 M.I.T . . . 18 9 C. W. Post . . . 24 28 C.C.N.Y . . . 5 18 Columbia . . . 16 Feeling down and out lately ' r 1 Sizing-up the opponent. R. Beeson, L. Collevecchio, R. Reese, W. Kirchner, P. Jump, G. Parks, P. Hendrick, H. Hewlett, R. Basso, K. DuBois, M. Erhmann. A. Zielinski, Coach; R. Basso, Captain. GYMNASTIC Plagued by the loss of key performers from last year ' s squad and injuries throughout the season, Coach " Ski " Zielinski ' s Gymnasts still managed to produce a winning season against stiff competition. Ski ' s hard work and dedication to the sport has produced three winning seasons and has brought our team into national prominence in a remarkably short period of time. Ski has also brought several meets of national importance to O ' Hara Hall. This year the Regiment was treated to the Women ' s World Championship Preview. Dick Basso, this year ' s Captain, was high scorer with first rate routines on the high bar and parallel bars. Dick also jumped long horse. Lenny Colle- vecchio, number one man on the rings, turned in several fine performances. " Vech " also took a sec- ond place on the rings in a post season Metropolitan A.A.U. meet. Holden Hewlett, the remaining First Classman of the team, went on parallel bars and side horse. His fine performances on the side horse were one reason why our side horse team was never outscored in competition. Needless to say, the serv- ices of these First Classmen will be greatly missed next year. The highlight of the season was a tre- mendous team effort in which K.P. defeated a strong West Virginia University team. The future holds much promise for our team. Next season ' s Team Captain, Bill Reece, performs on the parallel bars, side horse and long horse. Bill, this season ' s second highest scorer, is backed up by several returning splits and a few Plebes. Ski has already lined up bigger and better opposition for next year ' s squad. Included are Navy, University of Indiana, Syracuse, Dartmouth and Cornell. Top National ranking for our team is not too far in the future. Front Row: A. Zielinski. vecchio, H. Hewlett, R. E Back Row: L. Colle- RECORD K.P. OPP. 87 West Point .... . . 139 103 Queens . . 108 98.08 Trenton . . 87.85 95.51 L.I.U . . 90.19 119 Montclair State . . 100 119.66 W. Va. U . . 119.20 116.1 Westchester State . . 134.76 101.8 S. Conn. State . . . . . 123.6 Yale . . 90.4 114.2 Cortland State . . . . . 110.25 118.85 Ithaca . . 123.4 Cornell . . 96.45 97.1 Coast Guard . . . . . 101.4 Dick on the high bar. Vec in the inverted cross. Holden on the bars. DuBois in free support. R. Applehans, J. Einhart, N. Partain, P. Simon, W. Rogers, K. Powell. The cadets recorded their most impressive victory when two four-man teams from the academy copped both first and second places during the Intercollegiate Sectional Pistol Tournament at Rutgers University last Spring. Team captain Larry Paper of Washington, D.C., Ed King, Scott AFB, 111., Jim Einhart of Kenner, La., and Norm Partain of Sandusky, Ohio formed the winning combina- tion for Kings Point. Four points behind this group was the team composed of: Bill Rogers of Warren, Ohio, George Kalman of Trenton, N. J., Karl Powell of Groton, Conn., and Phil Simon of Arcadia, Calif. Jim Einhart won the tournament ' s individual award when he posted a score of 693. A newcomer to the shooting game, he further gained recognition when he completed the season with a 171.4 average which was good for a third place finish in the Northeast League. The Mariner Pistol sharpshooters rounded the varsity teams which com- prise the winter sports calendar. The squad posted a 12-11 record as they competed in both shoulder to shoulder and postal matches. Shooting in the Northeast Intercollegiate Pistol League, the Mariners placed third behind Coast Guard and Villanova. Front Row: J. Lynch, P. Simon, G. Dozier, D. Holiga. Second Row: J. Dudley, D. Scellato, R. Ach, P. Clark, C. Adams. RECORD RIFLE Completing his nineteenth year as head coach, and boasting the only unmarred record of any coach at the academy, Ray Ach has guided the Rifle Teams through winning seasons since the sport gained recognition in 1946. Ach, who has been Executive Director of the Metropolitan Rifle League since 1949, has coached three All- America ' s. Freshman Tom Oliver of Colonial Heights, Va. teamed with veterans Gary Dozier, Kansas City, Mo., Phil Simon of Arcadia, Calif., and Norm Partain of Sandusky, Ohio to post a 1552X1600 during last year ' s Intercollegiate Sectional Rifle Tournament which was good for a third place finish. During the regular season, the cadets posted a 9-1 record in league meets with a 13-6 overall. During the Greater New York Open Gallery Tournament at Kings Point last April, which featured top target shooters from the tri-state area, the Academy four man entry totaled the best score for a college entry. K.P. OPP. 1244 N.Y.U 1212 1256 Rutgers 1151 1299 Newark 1266 1258 St. Peter ' s 1304 1259 Pratt 1104 1325 Columbia 1346 1252 Navy 1332 1319 St. John ' s 1318 1338 Brooklyn Poly 1255 1242 Hofstra 1241 R. Ach, Coach, G. Dozier, Captain. Front Row: K. Grinage, B. Pavlisin, A. Parker, R. Behm, J. Villella, A. Quinn, P. Wojcicki, R. Tinghitella. Second Row: P. Levesque, D. Collar, B. Costello, B. Koch, C. Strom. Back Row: R. Bourgeois, R. Miller, S. Griffin, K. Siegman, E. Peterson. Faced with the most formidable schedule in recent years, the 1966 Kings Point baseball team, under the leadership of team captain John Villella, posted a 7-5 record (at this writing), playing against such teams as St. John ' s University, Long Island University, Hofstra, C.W. Post, and Iona. By far the best game of the season was the 2-1 upset victory against St. John ' s, in which pitcher Don Collar gave up four hits; and Howie Quinn tripled and carried home the first run, and later singled home the winning run. Not far behind in class was the 9-3 defeat of L.I.U. in which Al Parker homered and the Mariners scored six runs in the ninth inning to put the game on ice. In the annual rival game against Ft. Schuyler, Collar again threw a four-hitter for a 5-0 shutout, while Steve Griffin homered and tripled for four RBI ' s. Graduation will claim most of the infield in Bill Ritchie at first base, Howie Quinn at second, and John Villella at third, and also pitcher Bob Behm. The remainder of the offense— shortstop Bob Pavlisin, catcher Carl Strom, and outfielders Pete Wojcicki, Al Parker, and Steve Griffin— are the returning lettermen for next year ' s ball club. folin Villella, Captain. Warming up. Howie playing a bouncer. RECORD OPP. Adelphi University 6 Wagner College 13 St. John ' s University 1 Hofstra University 6 Manhattan College 10 N.Y. Institute of Technology ... 2 L.I. University 3 Iona College 7 Hunter College 4 Queens College 3 N.Y.S. Maritime College C.W. Post College 4 Central Connecticut State College . . 6 Pete taking a long one. X? Front Row: J. Williams, C. Hoitt, A. Colletti, Lt. Omeltchenko (Coach), K. Powers, T. Borzell, T. Buscemi. Back Row: R. Longereich, J. Shanley, T. Quinlan, M. Pinto, D. Smith, T. Wingenfeld, K. Schwaber. The Varsity Cross Country Team finished its season with a good record despite the loss of the services of team captain Kevin Powers and three other men through injuries during the season. Cadets Gerry Shanley, Cliff Hoitt, and Randy Longe- rich lead the team in nearly all of the fall ' s five mile races. Following these first three were the anchor men of the scoring five man team: Ken Schwaber, Dave Smith, Jim Williams, and Tom Chandler. Always reliable back up men were Tom Buscemi, Al Colletti, Tom Wingenfeld, and Tom Borzell and Greg Neil who were conditioning for the shorter races of the winter indoor season. Coach Omeltchenko was assisted in training and managing the team by Jim Quinlan, who was ineligible to run this year. Coach Lt. W. Omeltchenko; Team Captain Kevin Powe KWTTTT Chandler and Longerich keep the pace. RECORD K.P OPP. 21 Queens 34 28 N.Y.U 29 17 Marist 42 24 Stony Brook .... 35 32 C.C.N.Y 24 62 St. John ' s 19 Fairleigh Dickinson . . 59 15 State U. at Farmingdale . 44 22 P.M.C 32 AALIC Kings Point 31, Queens 33 Stony Brook 44, Adelphi 104 mmo On their way to victory— Jerry Shanley and Cliff Hoitt. Front Row: Coach Omeltchcnko, E. Papp, R. Friedman, S. Clarke, T. Hammer, A. Colletti, B. Jeuvelis, B. Dunn, L. DeSpain, D. Maher, T. Mazzei. Back Rote: H. Plauche, G. Schade, H. Winstoek, A. Andreason, P. McCoy, R. Keller, R. Longerich, T. Dickinson, G. Shanley, P. Bates, G. Neill. Due to many injuries, and the fact that there were only three seniors on this year ' s squad, the track team had to endure a losing season. Despite the team ' s poor record, there were many startling performances turned in. Rich Keller set the school record of 9.8 sec. in the 100 yard dash, and turned in another record of 48.8 sec. in the 440 yard run. Hap Plauche climbed to new school heights in the high jump with a leap of 6 ' lMi " , and Brad Annis heaved the javelin out of sight with a toss of 218 feet, also a record. The track team has a great deal to look forward to next year, barring injuries. Returning will be Jerry Shanley and Dan Maher in the 1- and 2-mile runs; half milers Al Colletti, Steve Clark, and Ron Friedman; Jerry Hammer, Ron Friedman, Rich Keller, Bob Hamilton, Tom Wingenfield, and Bill Dunn in the quarter mile; and Larry DeSpain, Rich Keller, Mark Echels, and Tom Borzill in the sprints. With a fine crop of incoming plebes and talent remaining from this year ' s squad, Kings Point should again be back on top in track. Ernie giving the shot the heave. RECORD K.P. OPP. 69 59 Fairleigh Dickinson University . . . 85 76 City College of New York . . . . 77 69 Stony Brook State University . . . 76 67 Wagner College . . 74 Up and over. Colletti hands off to the Rabbit. Kneeling: B. Clarke, P. Barton, G. Brown (Captain), D. Neef. Standing: W. Langley, S. Westover, W. Kirch- ner, J. Tryon, R. Russell, T. Fiedler. ! 5 H I • ' ZIpl i ' ' iw Sk. ' ■-■;;: Jj r ? 1 1- .- ' " li • " 1 TENNl: In conference play this year, the Academy tennis team ended the season with an impressive 9-2 record. C.C.N.Y. and Hofstra handed the K.P. netmen their only conference losses of the season leaving the Cadets solidly in third place. Pete Barton, Beau Clarke, Stan Westover, George Brown, Captain, and Bill Langley rounded out the top five positions. Dennis Neef, Bill Kirschner, Curt Schoessler, Jim Tryon, Tom Fiedla, and Dick Russell alternated at the number six spot. The top three players will be returning next year to stabilize the team and impressive performances are expected from the third classmen and plebes. Coach F. X. Schuler, ending his sixth season as tennis coach, has high hopes for an undefeated season next year. F. Schuler, Coach; G. Brown, Captain. RECORD k ' .P. OPP. 8 B ' klyn Polytechnic Inst 1 7 St. John ' s University 2 1 City College of New York .... 8 7% Iona College 1% 5 Queens College 4 4 New York University 5 1 Fordham University 8 6 Brooklyn College 3 7 Adelphi University 2 6 Seton Hall 8 Manhattan College 1 1 Hofstra University 8 9 Pratt Institute 6 Webb Institute 1 George in action. Dick after a low ' Pete putting R. Holt, T. Neumann, J. Lombino, B. Chapman, R. Holt. As a varsity sport, bowling is in its infancy at the Academy. Last year was the first year of varsity com- petition, but provided a strong base for this year ' s team. This year ' s squad showed marked improvement and its development helps support an optimistic outlook for the future. The team bowls weekly in the Eastern Intercollegiate Bowling League in New York City. A ninth place finish by the team in the league standings is sufficient for the team to consider it a successful season. The return of much of this year ' s squad promises a successful season next year with an expected first division finish, bring- ing the sport to its maturity at Kings Point. Joseph Lombino, Captain. H + ' Standby to wear. ' " Ready about. " ;aiun( This year, under the able and watchful eye of Captain Prosser, the Sailing Master, and the competent assistance of Mr. John O ' Connor, the New Sailing Team was born and raised. A division of efforts provided a very adequate means of getting the early spring work done, but it necessarily kept men who were the " big guns " in both the Shield ' s sloops and the dinghies in one or the other field of competition. A large portion of the points accumulated by the " Greek Bears " was to the credit of our tremendous Plebe sailors. These men were especially helpful when the first class sailors were called to concentrate on academics because of the early graduation. These plebes will be the " backbone " of the team until they graduate. Prospects of a successful season next year are very bright. Captain C. Prosser, Sailing Master. Entering the basin. Dinghies at eventide. Barry and his crew. The Windjammers organization was merged into the Kings Point Sailing Association along with the sailing team and the Shield ' s boat fleet in the new organization set up by Captain Joseph Prosser, Academy Sailing Master. The Windjammers main- tain and sail the yachts Islandia, Mariner, and Ice Fire, and provide most of the crew for the Weatherly. These boats are sailed in YRA races for cruising yachts on Long Island Sound and take part in the blue water races from Newport to Bermuda and the Annapolis to Newport Race on alternate years. Windjammers members do all the maintenance on the boats and thereby gain much practical experience in the care as well as handling of larger sailing yachts. Weatherly full-rigged. - Into the night. Clouds gathe B. Knott, M. Tisevich, Coach Willson, T. Buscemi, Lauritsen, J. Dinn, R. Kiyosaki, C. Davis (Capt.), C. R. Byrnes, D. Beckman, J. Grant, G. Stupski, R. Howard, D. Grady, R. Faucett, S. Kleinberg, J. Tay- Halluska, J. Brady, W. Lekse, J. Shipman, D. Dent, lor, E. Alley, C. Ilenda. C. Lichvarcik, R. Smith, G. Masters, W. Cox, M. The rowing team started its second year as a varsity sport with a roster of 35 men but with only three returning lettermen. With a small nucleus of experienced hands and unusually cooperative weather, the squad was able to taste victory after only three weeks of workouts in an impressive victory by eight boatlengths over two crews from Fort Schuyler and a crew from the Norwegian passenger ship, the M.S. Oslofiord. Less impressive performances followed as the team took consistant second and third place finishes in close races against New York Maritime and the European Championship team of the M.S. Berginsfiord. An important addition to the team this year was a dedicated coach in the person of Bill Willson, the Academy ' s Protestant Chaplain, who assisted the team captain and coxwains in driving the team to better endurance and form. The season was climaxed by a close victory over New York, Maine, and Massachusetts maritime acad- emies in the annual inter-academy race. The Kings Point team retired the Robert L. Haugue Memorial Trophy a fter seven years in competition and won this race for the first time since .1962. Give way . . . together. Watch the birdie. m G. Gunvaldson, J. Collins, J. Camron, R. Vincel, K. Cayce, Led. Barnes (Coach), S. Day, S. Fitzwater, K. Josefek, T. Neumann (Captain, not pictured). f Thomas Neumann, Capta The 1966 golf season was a good one for Kings Point. In only their second season of inter-collegiate competition the Mariners founded what is hoped to be a winning tradition. After a winless rookie season the team established a 3-1-1 record in dual matches and finished second in the Long Island Champion- ships, one stroke behind Queens College; also, the team came in third in a fourteen team Abraham and Strauss sponsored tournament. Co-captains Kent Cayce and Tom Neumann, in their first spring at the Academy since plebe year, though disappointed in their own seasonal perform- ances, were the big reason for the good showing of the Kings Point squad. The reason that this helped was that they were able to fill the number one and two positions. Gunvaldsen and Shep Day held down the number three and four spots— thus giving the Academy a much stronger team throughout. The lower positions on the squad did very well thanks to the fine playing of Jack Collins, Bob Vincel and Jim Cameron. The reserves, Scott Fitzwater, Kurt Joseph and Terry Folan were not able to see much action this year, but should help the team in the coming seasons. Much credit goes to the team coach, Lcdr. George Barnes for his able assistance and realization of the necessary restrictions imposed upon the squad b y Academy life. RECORD -?t, r i ai..-i, -.3i Cayce ready to tee off. K.P. r 6% Adelphi .. " . ■ 12% C. W. Post .... 14 8 ; Queens | . 13 10% Iona .. 10-4 AALIC Championships - Third Mace 3% Brooklyn College -y 2 ' Where ' d it go? J. Cooper, R. Appelhans, A. Zaccaria, Lt. W. Patterson, R. Kinsey, R. Phillips. A wide variety of sports are provided through the intramural program for all cadets not on a current varsity roster. Competition is on a company basis with points towards selection as Honor Company being awarded to winning companies and the individual cham- pions being awarded with silver belt buckles. The intra- mural year is divided into two semesters of competition with a new slate of sports and a new intramural board for each half. H « FALL SCORING PERIOD SPRING SCORING PERIOD COMPANY 4 HONOR COMPANY 106% Points First Place in the Following Events Cross Country Rowing Wrestling Pocket Billiards Review Drill Down COMPANY 2 Second Place 92 Points First Place in the Following Events Touchball Sailing Basketball Team Rifle Team Pistol Bowling COMPANY 3 Third Place 77% Points COMPANY 6 Fourth Place 56 Points COMPANY 5 Fifth Place 50% Points First Place in the Following Events Table Tennis Singles COMPANY 1 Sixth Place 22% Points First Place in the Following Events Table Tennis Doubles These are company standings as of June 24th COMPANY 6 First Place 69 Points First Place in the Following Events Handball Sailing Review COMPANY 4 Second Place 68% Points First Place in the Following Events Volleyball Handball Doubles Track Field Drill Down COMPANY 5 Third Place 50% Points First Place in the Following Events Softball COMPANY 2 Fourth Place 48 Points First Place in the Following Events Bowling COMPANY 3 Fifth Place 40 Points First Place in the Following Events Individual Rifle Individual Pistol COMPANY 1 Sixth Place 24 Points pp m rati " .- rea- ; : Itisals discove witbm. membe CADET LIF Cadet Life is a series of ; metamor- phoses experienced by those who participate in it. During tfie p]ebe year, young men are transformed into cadets ready to serve on our merchant ships. During the sea year, cadets experience life as it really is at sea. The second class year is a year of learning the basic requirements of an officer ' s life. It is also a year of learning more about the world and the sea. First class year enables the cadet to discover his abilities as an officer and as a leader. These years are serious years, but they are filled with many moments of fun to offset their serious nature. Probably, these moments of fun will be re- membered far longer than the moments of toil. GERALD JEANE Section Editor I CADfcl Serving Penance Back when we had to WORK for radio privileges Whatcha building Cracky? All restricted men will muster . . SAW y i £ if ' .EL i H 221 ' s on the i Where did the water come from? ' -7 1 V . 1 Delano Hall— finest name in field mess " Gator " and friend It took a lot of hard work THE RING DANCE Baptising the rings Any beefs Ken? m in , ' 3 mm iill - l The All Sports Queen is chosen And the band played on . . . Dick and friend NIGHTS I SiggOui | .1 I BP 9 I - 4flH HI £ 1 Bfc . wi] p4 91 f 1 H Bt jjf I Bfflfcfa- AmM : ' l?. JB Bjjjj A G.DET LIFE Visitors from up the Sing Out ' 66 comes to Kings Point The First Class does it again i ■ i One Proud Graduate All Over But The Shouting ujasri ' t the best time, that time Only by sailing, living, and struggling with her time and time again does a man acquire the techniques of mastering the sea. In recognition of this re- ality, Kings Point introduces its cadets to the sea, to her glories, her habits, and her perils. Aboard ship during his third class year, the cadet acquires the neces- sary talents and knowledge to cope with the peculiarities of the sea and gain that practical knowledge so vital for a successful career as an officer in the Merchant Marine. Let us now recall our sea year with all its pleasantries, its ships, its far away places, and its exotic people. MICHAEL CULLIS JOSEPH MACO Section Editors me were young at sea- I If ,:., ;; ,„,. . " f if IF ' ' . . 1 _y ' i 1 , ,. -j-: - A) m Hp? ■; ' : ■:;-■;.. ' : " ' . ' : ' ■; ' :■ ' •-■ •• ' .■■ ' ' ' - ' ' ' " j ■ ' - 8S - X ' Sp ' " ; ' • ' F; ? i ' , ' " :- : " ' ' ' .v-; £ m SgsISS! ■ ■• ' . ■• ' - i iwBJB ' . i Taking the draft! The Golden G ate The Northland Happy hour at sea I The " LOUISE LYKES " is the first of twelve of the new class of cargo liners known as the Gulf-Far East Clippers. The new class retains many of the features of Lykes Lines earlier Pride class ships making repairs and outfitting much easier by the use of uniform parts. The Far-East Clippers have many firsts for American cargo liners. They employ 800 hp bow thrusters. Their superstructure is protected by a zinc coating without a top coat and a Loran receiver capable of monitoring three stations simultaneously is on every ship. Ron getting set for a long evening Floating supermarket W ' Up for a break All in a day ' s work ? ' I L Where two oceans meet mmmnmi Barry and Phil taking time out Just 29 more to go J i Grape and a friend T r TV;;; ]!»;:■.; Discharging a heavy lift Navigating down Main Street ! Cycling in sunny Italy I The functional design of Humble Oil ' s 66,700 DWT tanker " ESSO HOUS- TON " makes her a most efficient and economical petroleum carrier. An extensive corrosion protection system and a single automated boiler aid in keeping maintenance costs down. The hull is subdivided into 21 cargo and ballast tanks. The five center tanks are 100 ft. in length with additional sub- divisions in the wing tanks, thus allowing her to carry a wider variety of cargoes. - Women and childre n first Willy t.W Relaxing up forward Shopping inside Motomachi The " TEXACO RHODE ISLAND " is one of the five 25,400 DWT tankers built for Texaco Inc. This ship, along with her sister ship the " TEXACO MONTANA, " was the first American-flag tanker to have centralized engine con- trols. Bell book log entries are eliminated while under bridge control by a system that records engine orders and RPM ' s. The piping system is arranged so that a maximum of five different petroleum products may be handled at one time. These tankers are propelled by a five bladed right hand propeller. A home is where you make it Larry on his way to dinner Waiting for 5 P.M. Central Park of Bremen _ American President Line ' s new Master Mariners have been fitted out with the latest in marine equipment. Her 65 Ebel rig booms, new design winches, hydraulically operated hatch covers, and large container carrying capacity have resulted in increased efficiency in cargo handling operations. In addition, lavish accommodations for 12 passengers can be found on this 21 knot trans-Pacific cargo liner. The Great Philosopher Chinese is. nun A girl in every port Aloha from the Islands Temple of Thailand « j ■ I | .- The new Constellation-class ships of Moore-McCormack Lines have shown the way into the automation era of high speed marine transportation. Her 19,000 SHP main propulsion plant and a protruding bulbous bow drive her at a service speed of 24 knots. Air-conditioned, single occupancy crew quarters were the first to be designed on an American dry-cargo ship. Bridge control of engine speed and direction; a 75 ton heavy lift boom; triple hatch cargo holds; and a centralized engine room console highlight this modern cargo liner. Saturday Bullfight in Spain Sidewalk barbershop John out with the boys The six Calmar lines ships are unique in that they are con- versions of troop carrying C-4 ' s. The first of these, the " CALMAR " was completely scooped out and made into a steel and lumber carrier. Over 3000 tons of fittings were removed along with all the tween- decks save one and the most modern marine equipment installed. She contains a high capacity dehumidifier system and heaters below each hold to give uniform and controlled temperatures throughout. On deck she carries two 25 ton whirley cranes and three sets of burtoning gear especially suited to handle her capacity of 7 million bd ft of lumber or 15,000 tons of other cargo. J Apple looking over the town The tranquil beauty of the sea Last lock to the Atlantic H Hang on Wayne Monk on a safari -. k» an B As we i timesp in a re Hero to servi mm Four years ago, when our class first came through Vickery Gate, there were many of us that thought graduation was an Eternity away. At times, throughout the course of our studies at Kings Point, that feeling has dominated our every thought and deed. As we stepped up to receive our Bachelor of Science degrees and our licenses, we realized that the time spent at Kings Point passed quickly, and we became " Merchant Marine Officers second to none " in a relatively short time. The road was tough, the studies and regimentation trying, but we made it, and we leave now to serve our merchant fleet with a deep respect and affection for Kings Point. MURRIEL RICHARDSON, JR. Section Editor GARY CARTER Fourth Class Year President HERBERT SMITH Second Class Year President RICHARD APPELHANS First Class Year President k CIAS OFFICER Richard Appelhans, First Class Year President, Lcdr. Paul Krinskey, Class Advisor, Joseph Gabriele, Vice-President. ' -- fir. 5U RUPERT ELLSWORTH ANNIS III Salem, Mass. ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Drill Team, So Con lany, Inc.; S.S. United Chieftain, United States Inc.; S.S. Constitution, Jrace Lines American Export-Ishrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Chile, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Elba, France, Gibraltar, Great Britain Hong Kong, Italv, Japan, Korea, Madeira, Martinique, Netherland Antilles Okinawa, Panama. Peru. Philippines, Spain, Taiwan, Venezuela, Virgin Island RICHARD CLINTON APPELHANS Kai Club, Ch City, Missouri Council, Protestant Choir, Dance Com- ;ommittee. Drill Train. Baseball, Pistol Team, Rifle Class President, Executive Council. ACADEMY RECORD: V: mittee, Ski Club, Class Execute Team, Sailing, Intramurals, Sen SEA DUTY: S.S. Char les Lykes, S.S. Margaret Lykes, S.S. Frederick Lykes, S.S. Louise Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company; S.S. David D. Irwin, Pure Oil Company. VOYAGES: Algeria, Belgium, Colombia, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain. Greece, Italv, Kenva, Lebanon, Morocco, Mozambique, Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, South-West Africa, Tanganyika, Trinidad, Vene- zuela, Yugoslavia. RICHARD EDWARD BASSO Harrison, New Y ' ork Scholastic Star, Varsity Club, Cheerleadei SEA DUTY: S.S. A Paula, S.S. Sant Isbrandtsen Lines, ( In. II, United States Lin Line, Inc.; S.S. JOSEPH JOHN BATTISTA ACADEMY RECORD: Ca Elirn slung. Pennsylvania , Club, Photography Club, Golf. SEA DUTY: Export Bi Farrell Li. USNS Gen. William (). Darhv, Military Sea Transportation Service; lder, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Nepti ;s, Inc.; S.S. American Challenger, United States Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Bahamas. Chile, Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, Ecuador, Fra French West Indus. Great Britain, Haiti, Italy, Jamaica, Martinique, Nether Antilles, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, Venezuela, Yugoslavia. VOYAGES: Azores, France, French Equatorial Africa, Germany, Great Britain, Gre Italy, Kenya, Libya, Mozambique, Portugal. Republic of South Africa, South- Africa, Spain, Tanganyika, Turkes, Yugoslavia, Zanzibar. « p H W ' Hv ROBERT JOSEPH BEHM Cherry Hill, New Jersey ACADEMY Baseball. RECORD: Polaris, Var ity Club, Catholic Choir SEA DUTY Mormacdo S.S. American Import ve, Moore-McCormack L -r, United States Lines ( nes, Inc.; S.S. Santa Mag VOYAGES: Argentina, Bahamas, Belgium, Br; France, Germany. Great Britain, Netherla Puerto Rico, Sweden, Uruguay. FRANK M. BELINSKE SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Ana American Crusader, U.S. Lii Brasil, Moore-McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Belgium, Bennuda, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Den- mark, Dutch West Indies, France. Haiti. Jamaica. Netherlands, Netherland Antilles, Norway, Panama, Peru, Poland, Sweden, Uruguay, Venezuela. fifjf •feu lv, JOEL E. BEM Portage, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Newman Institute, Intramurals. S.S. Mormacsaga, S.S. Morniaclake, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Exeter, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Shipper, S.S. Chieftain, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Isabel, Grace Line, Inc. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacsaga, S.S. Mormaclake, Moore-McCormaek Lines, Inc.; S.S. Exeter, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Shipper, S.S. American Chieftain, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Isabel, Grace VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil. Can:. da, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Lebanon, Nether lands, Norway, Panama, Peru, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Uruguay. WILLIAM MAXWELL BENJAMIN Baltimore, Maryland ACADEMY RECORD: Heat This, Intramural Board, Radio Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ring Committee, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. African Neptune, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormacpride, Moore-Mc- Cormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Exeter, S.S. Constitution, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pioneer Myth, United States Lines Co., Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Lebanon, Mozambique. Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, South West Africa, Spain, Taiwan, Tanganyaka, Uruguay. DAVID BERNARD BERGENHEIER Santa Rosa, California Club, Camera SEA DUTY: S.S. China Bear. Pacific Far East Line, Inc.; S.S. President Tyler, American President Lines; USNS Gaffey, USNS Longview, USNS Alatna, Military Sea Transportation Service; S.S. C.E. Dant, States Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Okli Philippines, Taiwan, Viet Na GARY BOYD BINAM Lamar, Colorado ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Dance Committee, Eagle Scout Society, linspike Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Trident Bowling League, Bridge Club, Bowling, Intramurals. S.S. Grace Line, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Hong Kong, ] Mexico, Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Santa Anita, Taiws Uruguay, Venezuela, Viet Nam. RONALD WIGGO BJELLAND Valley Stream, New York Ski Club, Trident Club, Weightlifting Club, SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacdove, S.S. Brasil, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pioneer Myth, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Santa Rita, Grace Line, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Dutch West Indies, Ecuador, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, Iceland, Japan, Korea, Nor- way, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Pueito Rich, Russia. Sweden, Tiiuk ' .ad, Uruguay, Virgin Islands. TEDDY K. BLANKENSHIP Tekamah, Nebraska ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Band, Bridge Club, Track. SEA DUTY: S.S. Adabelle Lykes, S.S. Thompson Lykes, S.S. Zoella Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co., Inc.; S.S. Alice Brown, Bloomfield Steamship Company; S.S. Del Rio, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Brazil, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Taiwan, Uruguay, Viet Nam. pq ce Mac,,, H s STt5 ►J S Q W fa ►J fm and Mm ROBERT ALLEN BLYTHE SEA DUTY: S.S. Exbrook. Barbara, Grace Line, Inc American Crusader, S.S. ' . ela, Virgin Islands. Evansville, Indiana Star, Polaris, Catholic Choir, Ring Dance Committee, Is. American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa .; S.S. Argentina, Muore-McCorni.ick Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pioneer Mart, United States Lines Company, Inc. los, Brazil, Ceylon, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Egypt, , French West Africa, Great Britain, Haiti, Hong Kong, a, Lebanon, Lebya, Norway, Okinawa. Pakistan, Panama, sia, Sweden, Taiwan, Trinidad, Uruguay, LAWRENCE ASHLEY BOCK Catonsville, Maryland ic Star, V arsity Club, Dan Committee. Wmdian SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacsaga, S.S. Mormaclake, Mc Exeter, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; Lines; Inc.; S.S. Santa Mariana, Grace Line, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Finland, France, Greece, Haiti, Iceland, Italy, Jamaica, Kenya, Lebanon, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Peru, Republic of South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Tanzania, Uruguay. JAMES CLINTON BORDELON Hillcrest Heights, Maryland SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormaccape, Pioneer Moor, United States L President Lines, Inc. a, Barbados, Brazil, Ceylon, Dutch West Indi.-s, Egypt, France, :s, Hong Kong. India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaya, Martinique. Paraguay, Philippines, Singapore, Trinidad, Uruguay, Viet Nam, RICHARD VAUGHN BORTZ SEA DUTY: S Company, Inc.; S.S. M Grace Line, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Haiti, Hong Kong, Iceland, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Netherland Antilles, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, Sweden, Taiwan, Uruguay. 4- FRANCIS JAMES BRADLEY SEA DUTY: S.S. An Mormaclake, Moor Isbrandtsen Lines, 1 VOYAGES: Belgium France, Great Britt Norway, Okinawa, Taiwan, Viet Nam. erican Corsair. United Stairs Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Pu-sid.-lit President Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Ines, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. -McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Constitution, American Export Ceylon, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Finland, n. Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaya, Netherlands, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, ALFRED WALTER BREYFOGLE, JR. Crown Point, Indiana ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Band, Windjammers. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Aide, Ameri Moore-MeCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. VOYAGES: Aden, Argentina, Barbados, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Egypt, France, French West Indies, Germany, Gibraltar, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Morocco, Mozambique, Netherland Antilles, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Spain, Trinidad, Tristan da Cunha, Turkey, Uruguay, Virgin Islands. urn WAYNE LINDEN BRITZ Chisago City, Minnesota SEA DUTY: S.S. Mallory Lykes, S.S. Thompson Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company; S.S. CliHs Yictorv, Cleveland (litis Iron Company; S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Sir John Franklin, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Cambodia, Canada, Egypt, Franc Lebanon, Morocco, Mozambique, Nether Africa, Spain, Taiwan, Tanganyika, Viet Nan GEORGE TURNER BROWN Valparaiso, Florida ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Debate Council, Tennis, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Tillie Lykes, S.S. Margaret Lykes, S.S. Thompson Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company; S.S. Del Rio, Delta Steamship Lines. VOYAGES: Algeria, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Italy, Korea, Libya, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Spain Taiwan, WILLIAM DOUGLAS BROWN )oekton Washington ACADEMY Committee RECORD: Polaris, , International Relatic Dance ns Club Intramurals Debate Counci , Ring Dance SEA DUTY Mail, An S.S. Heredia, S.S Mail Lines, Parism Ltd.; ina, United S.S. Ohio, Frui S.S. Company; Oregon, S S.S. Philippine ates Steamship VOYAGES: aragua, O s a, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Hong Kong, Panama, Philippines, Taiwan, Viet Nam amaica, Japan, Korea, Nic- THOMAS BUSCEMI San Juan, Puerto Rico ACADEMY RECORD: Ski Club, Water Ski Club, Cross Country, Football, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Lipscomb Lykes, S.S. Zoella Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Com- pany; S.S. Del Oro, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, France, Germany, Great Britain Republic of the Congo, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey. Morocco, Netherlands, ORVILLE CORWIN BUTLER Fairview, Oklahoma ACADEMY RECORD: Band, Sports Publicity, Football, Intramurals. VOYAGES: Angola, Belgium, France. French Equatorial Africa, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Libva, Mexico, Netherlands. Panama, Philippines, Republic of the Congo, Republic of Gabon, Spain, Taiwan, Viet Nam. GARY HOWARD CARTER San Jose, California ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Varsity Club, Christian Council, Class Execu- S.S. M.M. Dant, States Steam- Philippines, Taiwan, ■ Committee, Drill Team, Baseball, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Oregon Bear, Pacific Far East Lii ship Company. Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Oku Imi KENT A. CAYCE Madisonville, Kentucky SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Lui Export Isbrandtsen Lines, S.S. Aimee Lykes, S.S. Je Bridge Club, Football, Sailing, ,ine, Inc.; S.S. Export Challenger, American T eva West, BlmmitirM Steamship Company; Lykes Brothers Steamship Company. Germany, Great Britain, Italy, 4- THOMAS HAYWOOD CHANDLER Arlington, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Protestant Choir, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Windjammers, Cross Country, Track, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Exbrook, S.S. Independence, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Barbara, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Mormacdove, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Champion, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Aden, Argentina, Azores, Bahamas, Brazil, Burma, Ceylon, Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, French Somaliland, Great Britain, Haiti, India, Italy, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Pakistan, Spain, Trinidad, Uruguay, Venezuela. JOHN CALVIN CHRISMAN Marseilles, Illinois ng, Intramurals. ACADEMY RECORD: SEA DUTY: S.S. President Arthur, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. Esparta, United Fruit Company; S.S. American Contender, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Mormaccove, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Cataline, Grace LEONARD WILLIAM COLLEVECCHIO Baltimore, Maryland ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Band, Gymnastics. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Scout, S.S. Pioneer Main, United States Lines Compa VOYAGES: Argenti, braltar, Great Brit Panama, Philippin Bahamas, Brazil, Dutch West Indies, France, Germany, Gi- Hong Kong, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Madeira, Morocco, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, Taiwan, Uruguay. RICHARD VINCENT COLLINS West Palm Beach, Flor: ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Windjammer; ing, Intramurals. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Curacao, Germany, Great Britain, Haiti, Italy, Jamaica, Martinique, Morocco, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, Spain, Taiwan, Trinidad, Viet Nam, Virgin Islands, Yugoslavia. WILBURN LEE COMBS Casper, Wyoming ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Service, Automotive Interest Club, Sports Publicity, Track, Intramurals. ;nt Tvler, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. Comavagua, S.S. Philippine Bear, S.S. Washington Bear, Pacific Far East VOYAGES: Canada, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Germany, Great Britain, Guatemala, Hon- duras, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan. Korea, Macao, Mexico, Nicaragua, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Taiwan, Viet Nam. ' «§ Oaf (COT IW tbl " ft CARL WARD CONNEL Sumter, South Carolii Club, Chris Coun ACADEMY RECORD: Band, Automotive Council. SEA DUTY: S.S. Margaret Brown, Bloomfield Steamship Company; S.S. Adabelle Lykes, S.S. Marjorie Lykes, S.S. Eugene Lykes, S.S. Solsn Tuzman, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Belgium, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Haiti, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Panama, Philip- pines, Puerto Rico, Taiwan, Viet Nam. DONALD MAXWELL CONWAY ACADEMY RECORD: Automoti rden City, New York e Interest Club, Radio Club, Intramurals. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Haiti, Hong Kong, Iceland, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, Sweden, Taiwan, Uruguay. JON HENRI COOPER Bartlesville, Oklahoma ACADEMY RECORD: Catholic Choir, Newman Institute, Maris Guild, Windjammer, International Relations Club, SEA DUTY: S.S. President Tyler, American President Line ne; S.S. Esparta, S.S. Contest; Pacific Far MICHAEL DENNIS CULLIS Dan " i. tire, Glee Club, Trident Club, S.S. Africa Dawr SEA DUTY: McCormacI Buyer, American Export ' . VOYAGES: Argentina, Azores, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Greece, Kenya, Libya Mozambique, Republic of South Africa, Spain, Tanganyika, Trinidad, Turkey. Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. ». American Pilot, United States Lii andtsen Lines, Inc. FRANK MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM Cleveland, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Camera Club, Catholic Choir, Newman Insti- tute, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. Stella Maris Guild, Wind- jammers, International Relations Club, Baseball, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: American Scout, S.S. Pioneer Minx, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Export Adventurer, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Brasil, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Aden, Argentina, Barbados, Brazil, Cyprus, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, France, French West Indies, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Morocco, Mozambique, Netherland Antilles, Panama, Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Spain, Taiwan, Trinidad, Tristan da Cunha, Turkey, Uruguay, Virgin Islands. JAMES WILLIAM CURLAND Waukegan, Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Varsity Club, Swimming, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Helen Lykes, S.S. John Lykes, S.S. Almeria Lykes, S.S. Marjorie Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company; S.S. Argentina, M.,n r -M, Cormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Barbados, Belgium, Dutch West Indies, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Martinique, Morocco, Netherland ' ,. N.lln rl.iml Antilles, Panama, Philippines, Poland Puerto Rico, Spain, Taiwan, Trinidad, Viet Nam, Yugoslavia. tUDB : •■ CHARLES MERRIT DAKE III Houston, Texas ACADEMY RECORD: Weightlifting Club. SEA DUTY: S.S. Reuben Tipton, S.S. Doctor Lyke .S. Christopher L kc Inc.; M.V. OYAGES: Baha Steamship Company; ' nited States, United Mar- South Cuniii.iiiv, ivia, Chile, Colombia, Britain, Israel, Japan, Poland, Taiwan, Viet Na tinique, Netherlands, RONALD LEWIS DAVIES Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Protestant Choir, Eagle Scout Society, Ring SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Luisa, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Pioneer Myth, United States Lii Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Dominican Republic, Egypt, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Martinique, Mozambique, Ncthnl.iml Antilles. Pakistan, Panama, Phdippin public of South Africa, South-West Africa, Sudan, Taiwan, Venezuela. CHARLES MAURICE DAVIS Sedro-Wooley, Washington SEA DUTY: S.S. Canada Mail, S.S. Bengal Mail, American Mail Lines; S.S. Oregon, States Steamship Company; S.S. Santa Juana, Grace Line, Inc. VOYAGES: Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaya, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Viet 4 DAVID ALAN DENT Stockton, California ACADEMY Club, Sect RECORD: 221, Swim Varsity ning, In Club Trident Club, Wa als. SEA DUTY: S.S. MSTS - Pacific; Matson Navigat Flying S.S. Dragon Hawaii, , Pac S.S. fie Far East Line; U C.E. Dant, States VOYAGES: Philippine Hong Kong s, Viet Nam. Japan, Kore a, Marianas Islands, Ski Club, Photography JOHN KENNETH DOHERTY Stockton, California Club, Christian Council, Ring Dance Committee, SEA DUTY: S.S. President Lincoln, S.S. President Adams, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. M.M. Dant, States Steamship Company, S.S. Santa Flavia, Grace Line, Inc. VOYAGES: Bermuda, Canada, Ceylon, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaya, Nicaragua, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Viet Nam. - JOHN ADAMS DONLEY, JR. Alexandria, Virginia Pacific Far East Line; S.S. President Buchanan, Ameri- i.S. Santa Rosa, S.S. Santa Juana, Grace Line, Inc. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Ceylon, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Malawi, Xetheiland Antilles, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Venezuela, Viet Nam. 4- 11 ACOtV total hi .- SB RICHARD CHARLES DORAN Bridgeport, Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Regimental Information Service, Varsity Club, Regimental Moral Board, Basketball, Intramurals. Goodfellow, S.S. Mormacmail, S.S. Mormacvega, Moore- ; S.S. Excalibur, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Kenya, Lebanon, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Republic of South Africa, South-West Africa, Spam, Sweden. Tanganyika, Uruguay. GARY WARREN DOZIER Kansas City, Missouri ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Varsity Club), Dance Committee, Intramural Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ring Dance Committee, Executive Committee, Drill Team, Rifle. SEA DUTY: S.S. Del Sol, Delta Steamship Company; S.S. Lykes; Lykes Brothers Steamship Company; S.S. David D. VOYAGES: Angola, Belgium, Chile, Columbia, Ecuador, France, French Equitorial Africa, French West Africa, Gen-nay, Ghana, Great Britain, Italy, Morocco, Nether- ortugal, Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Ivory Coast, Afrii RALPH PAUL DRISCOLL Guatemala City, Guatemala, C. A. ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Service, Dance Committee, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ski Club, Trident Club. Windjammers, In- ternational Relations Club, Weightlifting Club, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. President Tyler, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. Japan Bear, Pacific Far East Line; S.S. Comayagua, United Fruit Company. VOYAGES: Canada, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Nicaragua, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Taiwan. ROY PAULINO DUENAS Inarajan, Guam ACADEMY RECORD: Camera Club, Newman Institute, Dance Committee, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Stella Maris Guild, Bowling League, Pho- tography Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Flying Dragon, S.S. Contest, Pacific Far East Line; S.S. President Arthur, American President Lints. Inc.; S.S. M.M. Dant, States Steamship Companv; U.S.N. S. General Hugh J. Gaffey, Military Sea Transportation Service. VOYAGES: Canada, Guam, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Marshall Islands, Okinawa, Philippines, Taiwan, Viet Nam. ROBERT HALL DUNHAM Birmingham, Alabama ACADEMY RECORD: Christi: Architects and Marine Enginee: SEA DUTY: S.S. Dolly Turman, S.S. Doctor Lykes, S.S. Margaret Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company; S.S. Gulf Banker, Gulf and South America Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Belgium, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Korea, Libya, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Spain, Taiwan, Viet Nam. WILLIAM THOMAS EAGAN Bronx. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Swimming, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. African Moon, Farrell Lines, Inc.; Scientist, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Rita, Grace Lines, Inc. ision Islands, Belgium, D( rin. Hong Kong, Japan, Kore Philippines, Poland, South West Af Dominican Republic, Formosa, zambique. Netherlands eden, Union of South HCiEBB V: iUDDlT ACjom TIMOTHY HAMPTON EARLE ACADEMY RECORD: Polar Jacksonville, Florida Protestant Choir, Ri SEA DUTY: S.S. Norman Lykes, S.S. Joseph Lykes Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain Korea, Netherlands, Philippines, Taiwan, Turkey, Viet Lykes, S.S. Les: Hong Kong, Ireland, Japa JOHN FREDERIC EGGERS East Rockaway, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Windjammers, Sailing. SEA DUTY: S.S. Exford, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Brasil, S. Mormactrade. Mnore-McCorm.uk Lines. Inc.: S.S. American Chieftain, S.S. Ame ican Courier, S.S. American Charger, United States Lines, Inc. Brazil, Den OYAGES: Argentin a, Barbados, Belgium Iceland, Italv, Tap Spain, Sweden, Tai an, Uruguay, Yugosla JAMES RICHARD EINHART SEA DUTY: S.S. Charles Lykes, S.S. Brinton Lykes. S.S. Sheldon Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company; S.S. Lucile Bloomfieid, Bloomfield Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Republic of South Africa, South- west Africa, Tanganyika, Trinidad. Viet Nam. JAMES STARK ELLIS Milwaukee, Wi ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Intramun Trinidad, Zan iliar MELVIN ROBERT FLAVEL Shoshone, Idaho ACADEMY RECORD: Camera Club, Trident Club, Football, Intra SEA DUTY American President S.S. Argentina, Moo Matsnn Lines. -McCormack Lii in Mail Lines; S.S. President Lincoln, ial Sultan, M.S.T.S.; S.S. Mormactide, S.S. Hawaii, States Lines; S.S. Lurline, i il, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Dutch , Malaya, Marshall Islands, Martinique, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad, Uruguay, Venezuela, Viet Nam, Virgin Islands. PHILIP HENRY FREDRICKS, JR. SEA DUTY: ! Grace Line, Courier, Ami Pioneer Moor, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Ana, .; S.S. President Monroe, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export in Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Azores, Chile, Colombi: Italy, Japan, Korea, Malava. Mexica Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Viet Nam. HBM gSffi 1 VOTil AtV,, r«,. PATRICK A LLEN FREEMAN Bellaire, Michigan ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Marlinspike Club, Intramurals. Cecilia, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. President Buchanan, American S.S. Export Aide, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. African Sun, Farrell SEA DUTY: S.S. S President Lines, 1 S.S. American Cot Inc. OYAGES: Canada, Ceylon, Chile, Cyprus, Ecuador, Egypt, France, French West Africa, Ghana, Great Britain, Haiti. Hong Kong, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Malaya, Morocco, Mozambique, Okinawa. Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Republic ol the Cone,,. Republic ol South Africa, Singapore, South-West Africa, Spain, Taiwan, Tanganyika. Thailand, Turkey, Viet Nam. I JOSEPH ALBERT GABRIELE Providence, Rhode Island ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Hear This, Regimental Information Service, Catholi Choir, Newman Club, Debate Council, Class Executive Committee, Internationa Relations Club, Bowling League. SEA DUTY: S.S. President Monroe, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. Airi Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormacpride, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; General Bruckner, Military Sea Transportation Service. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Italy. Japan. Kenya. Malaya, Mexico. Mozambique, Pakistan. Panama, Re- public of South Africa, Singapore, Tanganyika, Uruguay, Viet Nam, Zanzibar, U.S.N.S. GEORGE WILLIAM GEYER Bothins, Ohio Varsity Club, Protestant Choir, Moore-McCormack Lines , Inc. Canada, Denmark, France, Gn JAMES ARNOLD GONSMAN Ventura, California ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Rowing. Moore-McCormack Lir VOYAGES: Argentina, Australia, Br New Zealand, Okinawa, Panama Venezuela, Viet Nam. Basketball, Inc.; S.S. DAVID GEORGE GREENHUT Las Vegas, Nevada ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Newman Institute, Chess Club, Bowling League, Bridge Club, Bowling, Intramurals. SEA DUTY ' : S.S. President Lincoln, American President Lines, Inc.- S S Flying Pja?on. Pacific Far East Line; U.S.N.S. S.O. Bland, Military Sea Transportation apan, Korea, Kwajalain Island, Okinawa, Philip- X WALTER JOHN GREGOREK Fair Lawn, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Newman Institute, Ski Club, Wrestli: ' g, Intr SEA DUTY: S.S. African Rainbow, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Exeter, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Contender, United States Lines Company, Inc. ' U.S.N.S. Gen. Wm. OTJarby, Military Sea Transportation Service. VOYAGES: Belgium, Egypt, France, French West Africa, French Gambia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hong Kong. Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Netherlands, Okinawa Panama, Philippines, Republic of Dahomey, Republic of the Ivory Coast, Republic of Senegal, Sierra Leone, Spain, Taiwan. 0 • « t l w 3 Pnsis S « j j £ C } s o K H JAMES NORTON GREGORY, JR. Bettendorf, Iowa ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Ser tive Interest Club, Eagle Scout Society, Radio Trident Club, Hobby Club, Windjammers, Sailing. SEA DUTY: S.S. Gulf Trader, Gulf and South America Steamship Company; M.V. Tamara Guilden, Commercial Transport Corporation; S.S. Joan Lykes, S.S. Jesse Lykes, S.S. Allison Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company; M.V. Eugene P. Jones, Canal Barge Company; M.V. Hortense P. Ingram, Ingram Barge Company; S.S. Parismina, United Fruit Company. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Belgium. British Honduras, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Kenya, Mexico, Mozambique, Netherlands, Panama, Peru. Republic of South Africa, Tanganyika. FRANK EUGENE GUEST Minerva, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Christian Council, Debate Council. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormaccove, S.S. Mormacdawn, Moore-MeCormack Lines. S.S. Pioneer Surf, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Export Aide, An Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Line, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Australia, Azores, Brazil, Cyprus, Denmark, Dutch West Indies, Germany, Israel, Jamaica, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Netherland Antil- les, Norway, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Uruguay, Ven- EDWARD WILLIAM HAHN Syosset, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Hear This, Catholic Choir, Dance Committee, Glee Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Charger, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Flying Fish, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Magdalena, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Mormacglen, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Finland, Hong Kong, Iceland, India. Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Viet Nam. WILLIAM BARRY HALL Fort Lauderdale, Florida ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Windja: Ireland, Italy, Jap Class Executive Committe -lelen Lykes, Lykes Brothe Okinawa, Spaii THOMAS PROCTOR HARAHAN Wantagh, New York Choir, Debate Council, Internationa SEA DUTY: S.S. African Rainbow, F.irrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Exeter, Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; U.S.N.S. General Wm. O. Darby, Mil Transportation Service; S.S. American Contender, United States Lines I Inc.; S.S. Tullahoma, Keystone Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Belgium, Egypt, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guiana, He Italy, Japan. Korea, Lebanon, Netherlands, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, of the Ivory Coast , Republic of Senegal, Sierra Leone, Spain, Taiwan. THOMAS WILLIAM HARRELSON Kinston, North Carolina SEA DUTY: S.S. African Sun, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Hayes, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Mormacvega, Moore- McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Keytanker, Keystone Shipping Company. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Belgium, Bermuda, Ceylon, Denmark, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, France, French West Indies, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Malaya, Mozambique, Netherlands, Netherland Antilles, Norway, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Tanganyika, Venezuela, Viet Nam, Zanzibar. KEVIN OWEN HEALEY Lowell, Massachusetts Choii ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Polaris, Catholic Dance Committee, International Relations Chili, IntramurE SEA DUTY: S.S. American Corsair, United States Lir Jackson, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormac IsbrandtSi VOYAGES: Azores, Belgium, Ceylon, Chile, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Great Britain. Horn; Konfi, India, Italy. Japan. Malaya. Netherlands, Norway, Pakis- tan, Panama, Peru, Poland. Singapore. Spain, Sweden. Taiwan. Viet Nam. Moore-McCormaek Lin Company, Inc.; S.S. President Santa Ines, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. S.S. Constitution. American Export 4- GILBERT ROSS HEITERT Webster Groves, Missouri ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Varsity Club, Dance Committee, Glee Club, Eagle Scout Society, Ring Dance Cmmittee, Baseball, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Del Santos, Delta Steamship Company; S.S. Christopher Lykes, S.S. Shirley Lykes, S.S. Ashley Lykes, S.S. Marjorie Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Algeria, Argentina, Britain, Italy, Korea, Mexico Thailand, Uruguay, Viet Nam. JAIME MANUEL HERNANDEZ San Diego, California ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Catholic Choir, Debate Council, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Wrestling, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Reef, S.S. Pioneer Myth, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Brasil, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Aide, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Australia, Azores, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hong Konir. Iceland, Israel, Italy. Japan, Korea, Morocco, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Tahiti, Taiwan, Trinidad, Turkey. FRANK PETER HERRMANN North Bergen, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Newman Institute, Drama Club, Stella Maris Guild, Swimming, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Champion, S.S. Pioneer Surf, S.S. Pioneer Moor, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Elena, Grace Line, Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, Dominican Republic, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherland Antilles, Panama, Philippines, Tahiti, Taiwan, Venezuela. WILLIAM EDWARD HESSMAN Cincinnati, Ohio SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Reef, United States Lines ' Mercury, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Polk, A VOYAGES: Australia, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Malaya, Mexico, Mozambique, New Zealand, Pakistan, Panama, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, South-West Africa, Tanganyika, Viet Nam. HOLDEN WILLETS HEWLETT Huntington, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Ring Committee, Windjan rals. Gymna SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacsaga, S.S. Robin Goodfellow, Mooie-MeCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Line, Inc.; M.V. Sgt. Jonah E. Kelley, Military Sea Trans- portation Service. ina, Ascension Island, Bahamas, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Dutch :i, Iceland, Jamaica, Mozambique, Netherlands, Netherland Antilles, Poland, Republic of South Africa, Uruguay, Venezuela. VOYAGES: Arge icim O-irf ■si EDWARD WILLIAM HUETTEMAN Cranforcl, Nc Jersey Catholic Choir Institute, Lines, S.S. Independe Importe ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Ben Glee Club, Eagle Scout Society, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Steel Navigator, Isthmil Export Agent. American Export Isbrandts United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Barbados, Cambodia, Canada, Ceylon, Cyprus, French Somaliland, Great Britain, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Malaya, Martinique, Morocco, Okinawa, Phil- ippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, Trinidad, Turkey, Ven- ezuela, Viet Nam. CHARLES ALBIN ILENDA Duluth, Minnesota ACADEMY RECORD: Dance Committee, Eagle Scout Society, Society of Nl Architects and Marine Engineers, Ring Dance Committee, Rowing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Contest. Pacific Far East Line, Inc.; S.S. Washington, States Ste ship Co.; S.S. President Tyler, American President Lines. VOYAGES: British Borneo, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Okinawa, Philippi Thailand, Viet Nam. GEORGE ROBERT INSANA Astoria, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Windjammers, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Ming, S.S. American Challenger, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. President Polk, S.S. President Hayes. American President Lines; S.S. Mor- macbay, S.S. Mormaccove, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Monica, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. African Neptune, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Ambassador, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Brazil, Ceylon, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece. Hong Kong. India. Malaya, Mexico, Norway, Okinawa, Pak- istan, Panama, Philippines. Poland. Republic of South Africa. Singapore, South West Africa, Spain, Sweden. Taiwan. Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela, Viet Nam. JAMES RICHARD IRWIN Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Dance Committee, Trident Club, ling, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Charger, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Flying Fish, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Magdalena, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Mormacglen, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Colombia, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Netherlands. Norwav, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Venezuela, Viet Nam. LUNCHWIN ARTHUR KARL JASKIERNY Pawtucket, Rhode Island ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Ring Dance Committee, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Mart, S.S. American Crusader, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. African Comet, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Argentina, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Agent, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Azores, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norwav, Okinawa, Panama. Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Russia, South-West Africa, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Tanganyika, Turkey, Uruguay, Virgin Islands, Yugoslavia. 4- GERALD LOUIS JEANE Leesville, Louisiana ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Intramurals. Lykes, S.S. Sheldon Lykes, S.S. nee, Germany, Great Britain, Cree lawa, Philippines, Poland, Spain, Tai 4- Btl mtm hi Engineers, Ring Com- npson Lykes, Lykes JOHN JACK JOCHMANS St. Joseph, Michigan ACADEMY RECORD: Society of Naval Architects and Marir mittee, Ring Dance Committee, Ski Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Zoella Lvkes, S.S. Marjorie Lykes, S.S. Tho Brothers Steamship Co.; M.V. Del Campo, Delta Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Belgium, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Italy, Libya, Malaya, Netherlands, Panama, Singapore, Spain, Viet Nam. JOHNNY LESTER JOHNSON III Stanfield, Oregon ACADEMY RECORD: Sailing. SEA DUTY: S.S. Japan Mail. American Mail Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Mormacsurf, Moore- McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Juana, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Hawaii, States Steamship Company; S.S. Ventura, Matson Navigation Company. VOYAGES: Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Midway, Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Taiwan. KENNETH ARNOLD JOHNSON Orlando, Florida ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Newman I Society of Naval Architects and Marine Er SEA DUTY: S.S. Gu lf Merchant, Gulf and South American Lines; S.S. Thompson Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co.; S.S. Lucille Bloomfield, Bloomfield Steamship Co.; M.V. E. B. Ingram, M.V. Hortense B. Ingram, Ingram Barge Co. VOYAGES: Algeria, Belgium. Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Morocco, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Singapore, Taiwan, Turkey, Viet Nam. GUNTHER PAUL KEITEL Millstadt, Uinois ACADEMY RECORD: Scholas ic Star, Var ity Clu b, Basketball, Track In ramurals. SEA S.S DUTY S.S. Margaret B n Lykes, S.S. Gibbe own, Bloomfield Steamship Co.; S.S. M s Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co. arjoi e Lykes, VOYAGES: many, Gr Philippine Algeria, Belgium, .it Britain, Greece , Puerto Rico, Spair Colombia, D Hong Kong , Taiwan, Tu " " i ' i ' . ' iK . ' key, V n Republic, Egypt, Japan, Korea, Moro nezuela, Viet Nam. France, Ger- cco, Panama, JOHNNY JOHN CARR KENNEDY Strafford, Pennsylvania Protestant Choir, Class Execu VOYAGES: Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, Great Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Malaya, Pakistai Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Viet Nam. ROBERT DUWE KINSEY Glenview, Illinois of Naval Archi- VOYAGES: Belgium. Chile Hong Kong, Ireland, lapai Scotland, Taiwan. Viet Nan IN ACOH ' SMSo •8 JOHN ROBERT KIRBY lmin K ille. West Virginia Club, Windjammers, Bridge Club, Intr SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Commerce, American Export Isbrandtsen Santa Rosa, S.S. Santa Mercedes, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Mon McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Champion, United States Lines Co., Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Bahamas, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Dutch West Indies, Ecua- dor, France, French West Indies. Great Britain, Haiti. Italy, Jamaica, Netherlancl Antilles, Panama, Peru, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela, Yugoslavia. JIM VINCENT KLEIN Bayside, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Football, Swimming, ic; S.S. Min VOYAGES: Colombia, Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherland Antilles, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Taiwan, Vene- zuela, Yugoslavia. WILLIAM HOW ART KLEMM Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Polaris, Protestant Choir, Ring Dance Committee, Class Executive Committee, Soccer, Intran Pilo SEA DUTY: S.S. A Moore-McCormack Lines, Ir S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Line, VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jap istan, Panama, Puerto Rico, S.S. MorilKK ' tr.klr. Ceyl Dutch West Indies, France. G mum; : , Malaya, Netherland Antilles, Okinawa, gapore, Spain, Taiwan, Uruguay, Venezuela, JOHN EDWARD KLIP Muncie, Indiana Bearings, Band, Chess Club, Protestant Choii STEPHEN KIRK KOEHLER Seattle, Washington ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic SEA DUTY: S.S. Japan Mail, Amer Varsity Club, Ski Club, Windj; Mail Line; S.S. Santa Juana, Grace Line, Inc. Ecuador, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Mexico, 4- RANDALL JAMES KOPENY Chicago, Illinois Del Rio, Delta Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Angola, Belgium, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, France, French Equatorial Africa, French West Africa, Germany, Ghana, Great Britain, Guiana, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Libya, Macao, Mexico, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Republic of the Congo, Republic of Senegal, Spain, Taiwan, Viet Nam. SfcCh 6 ANTHONY FREDRICK LANDMANN ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Christian Council, Dame Committee, Eagle Seoul Society, Michaelsen Society, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers Ski Club, Windjammers, international Relations Club, Intramurals. , United States Lines Co., Inc. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Chile, Dutch West Indies, Ecuador, France, Gennany, Gibraltar, Great Britain, Haiti, Hong Kong. Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Madeira, Morocco, Palma de Majorca, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, Taiwan, Virgin Islands. WILLIAM BERT LANGLEY Roseville, California Scholastic Star, Intramural SEA DUTY: S.S. Japan Bear, Pacific Far Ea Inc.; S.S. Oregon, States Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Ko Nam. ines; S.S. Sa! Mexico, Oki Ski Club, Drill Team, a, Grace Line, PETER JAMES LAVIGNE ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Catholic Choir, Regimental Broadcast Unit, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ski Club, Trident Club, Hobby Club, ' Windjammers. Class Execviti e Committee, Football, Gymnastics, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Courier, S.S. United States, United States Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mayo Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co.; S.S. Mormaccape, Moore-McCormaek Lines, Inc.; M.V. Del Campo, Delta Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Angola, Argentina, Brazil, France, French Equatorial Africa, French West Africa, Ghana. Great Britain, Italy, Martinique, Netherland Antilles, Republic of the Congo, Spain, Uruguay, Virgin Islands. JAMES L. LEWIS Weirsdale, Florida Club, Ski Clu SEA DUTY: S.S. Norman Lykes, S.S. Joseph Lyke Lykes, S.S. Thompson Lvkes, Lykes Brothers Gulf and South American Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Taiwan, Turkey, Viet Nam. DOO-LANG CI if ' ' CARL ALLEN LICHVARCIK ACADEMY RECORD: Cathol Committee, Trident Club, Intt Rowing, Intramurals. Ambridge, Pennsylvania Choir, Newman Institute, Debate Council, Ring tional Relations Club, Photography Club, Wrestling, VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Brazil, Canada, Ceylon, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, Ethiopia, French Somaliland, India, Italy, Lebanon, Morocco, Mozambique, Pakistan. Portugal. Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Spain, Sudan, Uruguay, Yugoslavia. JAMES BATHO LIEBERTZ Great Neck, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club, International Relations Club, Basketball, Swimming, Intramurals. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Dem India, Italy, Japan, Kore Philippines, Poland, Russ lark, Finland, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Iceland, ., Malaya, Netherlands, Norway, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, a, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Viet Nam. 110 • GREGORY K. LOESCH Montrose, Colorado ACADEMY RECORD: Bridge Club, Section 221, Sailing, Wrestling. SEA DUTY: S.S. China Bear, Pacific Far East Lines; U.S.N.S. Pvt. Joseph F. Merrell, Military Sea Transportation Service. VOYAGES: Hong Kong, Japan, Okinawa, Philippines, Thailand, Viet Nam. JOSEPH KEITH LOMRINO York ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Varsity Club, Catholic Choir, Debate Council. International Relations Club, Bowling League, Bridge Club, Section 221, Foot- ball, Bowling, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacsaga, S.S. Mo S.S. Santa Barbara, S.S. Santa Paula, Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. An VOYAGES: Argentina, Balearic Islands. Barbados, Brazil, Denmark, Dominican Re- public, Dutch West Indies. France, French West Indies. Germany, Iceland, Italy, Jamaica, Madeira, Martinique, Morocco, Netherlands, Xetherland Antilles, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela. ade, Moore-McCormack Lines, In Line, Inc.; S.S. Atlantic, Americ; Clipper, United States Lines Co., In 4 HOLGER LUKAS c ! l MY RECORD: Schola SEA DUTY: S.S. A Sudbury, Massachusetts tic Star, Christian Council, Protestant Choi] Traveler, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. President Hayes, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Neptune, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Marianas, Grace Line, Inc. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Haiti, Hong Kong, JOSEPH PETER MACO Bridgeport, Connecticut SEA DUTY: S.S. Steel Navigator. States M American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Barbados, Belgium, Bermuda, Cambodia, Canada, Denmark, Dutch West Indies, French Somaliland, French West Indies. India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Mada- gascar, Malaya, Martinique, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Okinawa, Phil- , Poland, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, South-West Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Trinidad, Venezuela, Viet Nam, Virgin Islands. ippii 4- m WARREN LESLIE MACQUARRIE, JR. SEA DUTY: U.S.N.S. S.S. Export Builder, Farrell Lines, Inc.; Jacksonville, North Carolin ■ral William O. Darbv, Military Sea Transportation Service; rican Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Neptune, American Challenger, United States Lines Co., Inc. VOYAGES: Azores, Belgium, France, French West Africa, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Kenya, Libya, Mozambique, NetluilamN, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, South-West Africa. Spain. Tanganyika, Turkey, Yugoslavia, Zanzibar. WILLIAM THOMAS MADDEN Bronx, New York nternational Relatii Line, Inc.; S.S. MonuacaLM. VOYAGES: Ascension Island, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, Iceland, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Peru, Poland, Republic of South Africa, Sweden. 4- 3: iJSfcj joiion (ca icuu K 111- jtj Kan, ft RICHARD MADENBURG ACADEMY RECORD: Montebello, California Scholastic Star, Debate Coun Trident Club, SEA DUTY: S.S. Washington, S.S. Hawaii, States Steamship Co.; S.S. Santa Adtla, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Steel Artisan, States Marine-Isthmian Lines; S.S. President Arthur, American President Lines. VOYAGES: British Borneo, Canada, Ceylon, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, French Somaliland, Iloug kimg. India. Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Ma ' lava. Me ieo, Midway, Nicaragua. Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Viet Nam. _ LEONARD JOSEPH MANZELLA Lindenhurst, New York Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, ■als. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Challenger, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormaccape, Monre-Mc( Yrmack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Margarita, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil Mozambique, Panama, Peru Africa, Spain, Tanganyika, Zanzibar. Chile, Ecuador, France Republic of South Afrii Tunisia, Turkey, Urugu Greece, Italy, Kenva, Libya, i, Seychelles Isl., South-WYst y, Vatican City, Yugoslavia. THEODORE CHRISTIAN MARCHION Anaconda, Montana Debate Council, Eagle Scout Society, Cla PAUL HAMILTON MARTINEZ Winthrop. Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Eagle Scout So iety, Ski Club, Windjan WARREN JOHN MARWEDEL Chicago, Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Christian Council, Protestant Choi: Club, Eagle Scout Society, Regimental Broadcast Unit, So and Marine Engineers, Class Executive Committee. SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Mill, United States Lines Co., Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Flying Trader, Ame VOYAGES: Egypt, Hong Kong, Ind bique, Pakistan, Panama. I ' lnlippi Taiwan, Tanganyika, Viet Nam. JOHN HOWARD MASTERS Bethlehem, Pennsylvania SEA DUTY: S.S. United States, S.S. Pioneer Moon, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Moormacscan, S.S. Mormacdove, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Commerce, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Libya, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Turkey. sM 00 1 z o w M l W - O rt H J " •• MARK BARRY McFEELEY Fort Worth, Texas Cho Deba Council, Bridge CI ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, I Football, Swimming, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormaelake, S.S. Mormaccargo, U.S.N.S. Gen. Simon B. Buckner, Military Sea Ti Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesi Japan, Malaya, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Swede Taiwan, Uruguay, Viet Nam. GLENN PAUL MCKAY ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Varsity Club, Basketball, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Marjorie Lykes, S.S. Brinton Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co.; S.S. Margaret Brown. Bloomfield Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Algeria, Belgium. Colombia, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Germany Great Britain. Greece, Hong Kong, Italv, Japan. Korea, Morocco, Panama, Philippines Puerto Rico, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, Venezuela, Viet Nam. BARRY G. MILLER Coronado, California Dance Committee, Society of Naval Architects and Committee, Bowling League, Canteen Committ ee, Basketball, Track, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Golden Bear, Pacific Far East Line, Inc.; U.S.N.S. Schuyler Otis Bland, Military Sea Transportation Service; S.S. Santa Flavia, Grace Line, Inc. Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Hong Kong, Japan, eru, Philippines, Taiwan, Viet Nam. LEROY KENNETH MONTAG Butler, Pennsylvan Council, Protestant Choir, Trident I.S. Sa SEA DUTY: S.S. I S.S. Export Banne Farrell Lines, Inc.; VOYAGES: France, Germany, Great Britain, Haiti, H Kenya, Korea, Mozambique, Netherland Antilles. of South Africa, South-West Africa, Spain, Taiw goslavia, Zanzibar. x. S.S. United States. United States Lines Co., Inc.; 1 Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Meteor, Rosa, Grace Line, Inc. ng Kong, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Panama, Philippines, Republic r, Tanganyika, Venezuela, Yu- JAMES DOUGLAS MOORE Scottsdale, Arizona ACADEMY RECORD: Band, Dance Band, Dance Committee, Intramurals. RUDY MICHAEL MORONES Millbrae, California SEA DUTY: S.S. China Bear, Pacific Far East Line, Military Sea Transportation Service. VOYAGES: Hong Kong, Japan, Okinawa, Philippines, Thailand, Viet Na , Intramural Board, Wind- U.S.N.S. Pvt. J. F. Merrell, X, z o CO -J W z ban. « Utta P5 Bub s V«k z o J w z U,b b. ,CA« B i i 111 ' : ' . PETER JEROME MUELLER Society of Ka Gulf and South Atlantic Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Algeria, Azores, Bolivia, Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Great Britain, Indonesia, Italy, Jar Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal. Sp:im. Viet Nam. RONALD ROGER MUELLING Green Isle, Minnesota ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Camera Club, Christian Council, Drama Club, Regi- mental Broadcast Unit, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Rinj Dance Committee, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormaclake, S.S. Mormacr Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Sun, Farrell Lines, President Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Ascension Island, Barbados, Brazil, Ceylon, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Malaya, Mozambique. Xurwav, Okinawa. Pakistan, Poland, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, St. Thomas, Singapore, South-West Africa, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Tanganyika. I ' ingu.iv. Yirt Nam. Zanzibar. STEPHEN ORR MURPHY Donaghadee, Ireland Society, Ring Dance Com- SEA DUTY: S.S. American Scientist. S.S. American Manufacturer, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. African Meter, S.S. African Neptune, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mor- macvega, Moore-McConnack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Keytanker, Keystone Shipping Co. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Belgium, Denmark, Great Britain, Ireland, Kenya, Mozambique, Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles. Norway, Poland. Republic of South Africa, Sweden, Tanganyika, Trinidad. Virgin Islands. NELSON WARREN NELSON Dickson, Tennessee Team, Pistol, llille. ACADKMY RECORD: Protestant Cho Guilden, Commercial Transport Corp. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Belgium, Brazil, Cambodia, Fran Hong Kong, Indonesia. Israel, It.ilv, Netherlands, Panan Viet Nam. THOMAS DOUGLAS NEUMANN Houston, Texas ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Varsity Club, Newman Institute, Drama Club, Ski Club, International Relations Club, Bowling League, Bridge Club, Basketball, Foot- ball, Bowling, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. John Lykes, S.S. Nancy Lykes, S.S. Dick Lykes, S.S. Lipscomb Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Belgium, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Libya, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Puerto Rico, Spain, Tunisia, Yugoslavia. GARY CONRAD NOONAN Oak Park, Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Sta Society of Naval Architects and M Club, Weightlifting Club, Sailing, Tennis, Int Polaris, Protestant Choir, Eagle Scout Society, Engineers, Ski Club, Trident Club, Bridge urals, Golf. HUD or CACTUS JACK Taiwan, Uruguay. nam ■ KU RICHARD CHARLES OPRISON Cleveland, Ohio rgentina, Moore-McCormai VOYAGES: Argentina, Ascension Island, Barbados, Brazil, Denmark, Finland, Fren. West Africa, Hone Rone, Iceland, India, Japan, Korea, Mozambique, Norway. Pa ama, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Sweden, Taiwa Uruguay. THOMAS H. PACE, JR. ACADEMY RECORD: Protesta . Glee Club, Intrainnrak. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Ines, S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Line, In Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Courier, S.S. United States Lines Co., Inc. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Iceland, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Netherland Antilles, Norway, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Sweden, Taiwan, Venezuela. THOMAS JOSEPH PAKULA East Hampton, Massachusetts g Committee, Wiiuljani- ACEDEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star. Newman Institute, ] mers, Weightlifting Club, Football, Track, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Pilot, United States Lines Co., Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Brasil, S.S. Mormaclynx, " " VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, Kenya, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Puerto Ri Africa, Sweden, Tanganyika. Uruguay. Virgin Islands, Zanzibar. ERNEST ALEXANDER PAPP, JR. New York, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Drill Team, Weightlifting Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormactrade, Moore-McCormack Lines, mander, S.S. Pioneer Moon, United States Lines Co.. Inc.; can Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Kor Madeira, Morocco, Mozambique, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Republic South Africa, South-West Africa, Spain, Tanganyika, Trinidad, Zanzibar. NORMAN EUGENE PARTAIN, JR. Sandusky, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Service, Varsity Club, Christian Coun- cil, Protestant Choir, Propeller Club, Ring Dance Committee, Trident Club, Bowl- ing League, Pistol, Rifle, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. President Polk, Americ ning, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Momiaepride, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Belgium, Denmark, Dutch Guiana, Egypt, France, French Cam- eroons, French West Africa, Germany, Ghana, Hong Kong. Iceland, India, Italy, Japan, Liberia, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan. Panama, Republic of the Congo, 5t. Helena, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Sweden, Vii Nan RICHARD HOYT PASCOE West Ossipee, New Hampshire iity Club, Newman Institute, Trident Club, Weightliftii SEA DUTY: S.S. Argentina, Moore-McCormack Line: United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Expeditor, Ame Inc.; S.S. Santa Barbara, S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Line, Inc.; U.S.N.S. Alexander Patch, Military Sea Transport Service. VOYAGES: Argentina, Azores, Barbados, Brazil. Canada, Colombia, Dominican Ri public, Dutch West Indies, France, French West Indies, Germany, Great Britaii Haiti, Italy, Jamaica, Martinique, Morocco, Netherlands, Netherland Antilles, Pa: aguay, Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, Trinidad, Uruguay, Venezuel Virgin Islands. s » z ■ to J £ z B O ACAK b m h. V0T4CI ' " :( ' .; % I EINAR MICHAEL PAULSEN, JR. Brooklyn, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Protestant Choir, Dance Committee, So- ciety of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Bowling League, Intramurals. Library Committee. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacpride, Moore-MeCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Polk, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Lightning, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Traveler, United States Lines Co., Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Belgium, Denmark, Egypt. France, French Cameroons, Gabon, Germany, Ghana, limit: Kong. Iceland, India, Italy, Japan, Liberia, Malaya, Mexico. Netherlands. Nigeria, Norway. Pakistan, Panama. Portugal, Republic of the Congo, Santa Isabel, Singapore, Spanish Guinea, Sweden, Viet Nam. JOHN WILKINSON PERRY III Towson, Maryland Dance Committee, Society ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Protestant Choi: of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Sailing. SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Mist, United Sta American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. li Co., VOYAGES: Ceylon, Egyp Korea, Malaya, Okinawi Singapore, Spain, Taiwai , France, Ghana, llonit Kone. India. Italv, I.ipan, Ken Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Afr Tanganyika, Viet Nam. RORBIN SHERWOOD PHILLIPS Genesee, Michigan ACADEMY RECORD: League, Intramurals. Christiai Council, Intramural Board, Trident Club, Bowling SEA DUTY: S.S. Afric Lines Company, Inc. in Coast, S.S. Mc Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pioneer Ming, United States rmacland, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Bay, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Azores, Brazil, Canada, Ghana, Greece, Guiana, Hong Kong, Italy, lapan, Korea, Liberia, Libya, Morocco, Panama, Philippines, Republic of the Ivory Coast, Republic of Senegal, Sierra Leone, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, Yugoslavia. ROBERT KENT POST Tracy, California Scholastic Star, Varsity Club, Ring Committee, Basketball, SEA DUTY: S.S. President Tyle United Fruit Co.; S.S. Americai Dant, States Steamship Co. Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Okin KARL CLIFTON POWELL, JR. Groton, Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Eagle Scout Society, Ring Comn Executive Committee, Pistol, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. President Monroe, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Sun, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormacpride, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; U.S.N.S. General Simon B. Buckner, Military Sea Transportation Service. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Malaya, Mexico. Muzambiqur, Pakistan, Panama, Repub- lic of South Africa, Singapore, Tanganyika, Uruguay, Viet Nam. KEVIN PATRICK POWERS Port Washington, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Varsity Club, Cross Country, Track. SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Mist, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. President Coolidge, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormacmail, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Ascension Island, Ceylon, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Malaya, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Re- public of the Congo, Republic of South Afrii a, Siimapmc, Spain, Taiwan, Taim.uiviku, Viet Nam. V ' • mno mna st n tOil DAVID LEON PRESS Delaware City, Delaware ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Newman Institute, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. Ski Club, Trident Club. Windjammers, Bowling League, Gymnastics, Bowling. Wrestling, Rowing. Intramurals. McCormack Lines, In c; S.S. African Comet, Farrell Lines, inc. VOYAGES: Argentina Libya, Mozambique, Uruguay. Barbados, Brazil, Canada, France, Great Br Republic of South Africa, South-West Afri tain, Greece, Itas- ca, Spain, Turkey DONALD G RANVILLE PRICE, JR. Floral Park, New York Committee, Ring Dance Commit ramurals. S.S. Mormacdnvr, Mmut- - K ( ormack Lines, CHARLES SHEPPARD PRYOR III Buena Vista, Georgia ACADEMY RECORD: Band, Trident Club, International Relatior lifting Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Jesse Lykes, S.S. Reuben Tipton, S. Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Belgium, France. Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Mozambique, Netherlands, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, Spain. Taiwan, Tanganyika, Turkey, Viet Nam. Lykes, Lykes Brothers MICHAEL DALE PUSARD ACADEMY RECORD: Scholast: Aurora, Colorado Star, Canteen Committee, Intramurals. Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. California, State t JAMES JOSEPH QUINLAN Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Varsity Club, Newman Institute, .Radio Club, Cross Country, Track. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacbay, S.S. Brasil, Moore-McCormaek Lines, Inc.; S.S. Brook- lyn Heights, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Courier, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Santa Isabel, Grace Line, Inc.; M.V. Sergeant J. E. Kelly, Military Sea Transportation Service. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Finland, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaya, Netherlands, Netherland Antilles, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Sweden, Taiwan, Uruguay, Venezuela, Viet Nam. ANDREW HOWARD QUINN Bellen c Star, se, New York Varsity Club, SEA DUTY: S.S. American Champion, United State ence, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Mercedes, Grace VOYAGES: Ascension Island, Azores Italy, Madeira, Mozambique, Panan South Africa, Spain. " " :...:.. " ... J illlHSP- 00 :; " $ men fa DIETER WOLFGANG RESSEL UnionviUe, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Va sity Club, Dance Committee , Trident Club, SEA DUTY: S.S. President Coolidge, A. Commerce, American Export Isbrandtse States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Mormacdrac lerican President Lines, In i Lines, Inc.; S.S. United o, Moore-McCormack Lines, :.; S.S. Export States, United Inc. VOYAGES: Azores, Belgium, Ceylon, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaya, Netherlands, Netherland Antilles, Norway, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Viet Nam, Yugoslavia. CHARLES THOMAS RIBARDO South Orange, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Institute, Windjammers, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Courier. Ar President Garfield, American Presidei Cormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Egypt, France, Greece, Iceland, India, Italy, Japan, Libya, ■Netherlands, Norway, Okinawa, Panama, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Viet Nam, Yugoslavia. GUY WALLACE RICH Casper, Wyoming ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Au Club, Xe Club, Radio Club, Bowling League, SEA DUTY: S.S. C. E. Dant, States Steamship Company; S.S. Mormacmar, Moore- McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Limon, United Fruit Company; S.S. President Arthur, American President Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Nicaragua, Okinawa, Panama, Paraguay, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, Venezuela, Met Nam. MURRIEL LEON RICHARDSON, JR. Salem, Oregon i.S. New York, S.S. VOYAGES: Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Okinawa. Philippines, Tai TERRY ALLEN RICHARDSON Bowling Green, Kentucky Society of Naval Architects Lykes Brothers VOYAGES: Brazil, France, Gibraltar, Madeira, Majorca, Morocco, Okinawa t WILLIAM DOUGLAS RITCHIE Minneapolis, Minnesota ACADEMY RECORD: Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Baseball, Soccer, Wrestling. SEA DUTY: S.S. Del Oro, Delta Steamship Company; S.S. Sue Lykes, S.S. Ashley Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company; S.S. Gulf Farmer, Gulf and South ' dp Company; S.S. Lucille Bloomfield, Bloomfield Steamship Company. I 1.1... ' i r« i ion u N I JOHN HAMMOND ROBERTS Homestead, Florida Christian Council, Protestant Choi) Drama Club, SEA DUTY: S.S. Ami Isabel, Grace Lines, Inc.; 5 Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Algeria, Dominic Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Made Turkey, Venezuela. 4- WILLIAM CURTIS ROGERS SEA DUTY: S.S. African Dawn, Farrell Lint Mack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Paula, Grac American Commander, United States Lines Co., Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Bahamas, Belgium, Brazil. Canada, Dutch West Indies, France, Haiti, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya. Kim a, Mozambique, Netherlands, Nether- land Antilles, Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, Taiwan, Tanganyika, Trinidad, Venezuela. JOHN KENNETH ROSS Memphis, Tennessee SEA DUTY: S.S. Kenneth M Kav, Brothers Steamship Co.; S.S. Walter K VOYAGES: Egypt, France, Germany, Lebanon, Libya, Malaya, Panama, Turkey, Viet Nam. RICHARD A. RUSSEL Mercer Island, Washington ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Catholic Choir, Basketball, Tennis, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Contest, Pacific Far East Line, Inc.; S.S. Washington, States Steam- ship Co.; S.S. Japan Mail, American Mail Lines; S.S. Santa Flavia, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Hawaiian Refiner, Matson Navigation Co. North Borneo, Okinawa, Philippines, ALFRED FRANCIS SAMA Penns Grove, New Jersey Scholastic Star, Varsity Club, Newman Institute, Football, SEA DUTY: S.S. Argentina, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Corsair, United States Lines Co.. Inc.; S.S. Expeditor, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Barbara, Grace Line, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Azores, Barbados, Brazil, Canada, Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, France, Fench West Indies, Great Britain, Italv, Martinique, Morocco, Netherland Antilles, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, Trinidad, Uruguay, Venezuela. STEVE SANDER Seattle, Washington ACADEMY RECORD: Ski Club, Trident Club, Water Ski Club, International Rela- tions Club, Basketball, Football, Sailing, Track, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Bengal Mail, American Mail Line; S.S. Mormacwind, Moore-Mc- Cormack Lines, Inc. STEVIE WONDER Peru, Philippines, Taiwan, Trinidad, Uruguay, Venezuela, ■i 1 - ZS» 49 i H i d 0 AOIBfl ion ■ . I RONALD WAYNE SANDERS Sclu.l. Houston, Texas Star, Camera Club, Radio Club, Windjan SEA DUTY: S.S. Leslie Lvkes, S.S. Lipscnnh Lvkes, S.S. Zn.-ll.i L kcs. Lvkes Brothers Steamship Co.; S.S. Gulf Merchant, Gulf and South America Steamship Co.; M.V. Tamara Guilden, Transport Commercial Corp. VOYAGES: Algeria, Bahamas, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Israrl, Italy, Korea, Mexico, Morocco, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia, Viet Nam. DANIEL WARWICK SCHAFFER Beaver, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Band, Ring Dance Committee. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Agent, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Comet, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Isabel, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Brasil, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; M.V. Sergeant Jonah E. Kelley, Military Sea Trans- portation Service. VOYAGES: Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Great Britain, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Mozambique, Netherland Antilles, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, Russia, South-West Africa, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Venezuela, Yugoslavia, Zanzibar. X DONALD JOHN SHEETS Lagrange, Illinois VOYAGES: Belgium, Colombi; Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaya, apore, Tunisia, Yugoslavia. THOMAS MICHAEL SHELDON Downers Grove, Illinois SEA DUTY: S.S. Doctor Lykes, S.S. Harrv Culbreath, S.S. Aimee Lvkes, S.S. Jessie Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co.; S.S. Neva West, Bloomfleld ' Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Belgium, Bermuda, Colombia, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Spain, Venezuela. ■ i™ !.S. Exbrook, An JEROME DONALD SHNIPES Fairfield, Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Football. SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Moor, United States Lines Cc Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Line, Inc. VOYAGES: Haiti, Hong Kong, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Netherland Antilles, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Portugal, Spain, Taiwan, Venezuela, Yugoslavia. BRUCE WADE SHOWN Athens, Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Society of Naval Architects and Ma Club, Windjammers, International Relat SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Challenger, Amerit Mormaccape, Moore-McCormack Lines, Ir Inc.; S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, France, Greece, Italy, Kenya, Libya Mozambique, Panama, Peru, Republic of South Africa, Seychelles Islands, South West Africa, Spain, Tanganyika, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Yugoslavia, Zanzibar d, Debate Council, Eagle Scout Society, Engineers, Ring Dance Committee, Ski Club, Intramurals. I " ■ TOTMZS (OUQ ■ PHILIP RICHARD SIMON Arcadia, California ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Camera Club, Ring Dance Committee, Ski Stella Maris Guild, Windjammers, Arts and World Affairs Committee, Pistol, Intramurals. Far East Lini STEVEN DANIEL SIVELL San Francisco, Californi; Club, International Rela SEA DUTY: S.S. President Arthur, S.S. President Adams, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mariposa, Mats™ Navigation Co.: S.S. Mormacgulf, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Hong Kong Bear, Pacific Far East Line, Inc.; S.S. M. M. Dant, States Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Australia, Canada, Ceylon, Cook Islands, Egypt, Fiji Islands, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaya, Midway, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Okinawa. Pakistan, P. main. i, Philippines. Samoa, Singapore, Spain, Tahiti, Taiwan, Viet Nam. t GORDON RICHARD SKILLMAN New Kensington, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Bearings, Varsity Club, Christian Council, Protest-ant Choir, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ring Dance Committee, Photography Club, Swimmii VOYAGES: Belgiu Turkey, Yugoslav] PETER CECIL SMEDES Detroit, Michigan ACADEMY RECORD: Automot ciety, Society of Naval Architc Club. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Farmer, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Brasil, S.S. Mormacpride, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Bay, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Azores, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Dutch West Indies, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Libya, Morocco, Nether- lands, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Spain, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela, Yugoslavia. tm CECIL BRENSON SMITH Fort Worth, Texas nittee, Windjamn ACADEMY RECORD: Dance Committee, Windjammers, Class Executive Committee, International Relations Club, Sail SEA DUTY: S.S. Adabelle Lykes, S.S. Norman Lykes, S.S. Lipscomb Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co.; S.S. Alice Brown, Bloomfield Steamship Co.; S.S. Gulf Shipper, Gulf and South America Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italv, Lebanon, Libva, Morocco, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Spain, Taiwan, Venezuela, Viet Nam. HERBERT KERNER SMITH Camp Hill, Pennsylvania SEA DUTY: S.S. VOYAGES: Belgium, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Netherlands, Netherland Antilles, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Venezuela, Viet Nam. I 0 KiDBg I fc KEVIN PATRICK SMITH Bronx, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Newman Club, Glee Club, Ring Dance Committee, Ski Club, Stella Maris Guild, Class Executive Committee, Drill Team, Football, Soccer, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Traveler, J.S. Pioneer Minx, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Export Ba Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Isabel, ClUIIIlllUC ' C, STANLEY EVERETT SMITH, JR. Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Varsity Club, Christian Council, Ring Dance Committee, Windjammers, Sailing. SEA DUTY: S.S. Marjorie Lykes, S.S. Gibbes Lykes, S.S. Charles Lykes, S.S. Thomp- son Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co. VOYAGES: Belgium, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Haiti, Italy, Libva, Mexico. Netherlands, I Tunisia, Venezuela, Viet Nam. LELAND MICHAEL SOFFEL ACADEMY RECORD: Oradell, New Jersey Committee, Ring Dance Comr SEA DUTY: S.S. American Importer, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Constitution, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Rainbow, S.S. African Comet, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Azores, Bahamas, Balearic Islands, Cape Verde Islands, France, French Cameroons, French West Africa, Gabon, Ghana. Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Liberia, Madeira, Mauritania, Morocco, Netherland Antilles, Nigeria, Por- tugal, Puerto Rico, Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Ivory Coast, Santa Isabel, Sao Tome, Spain, Venezuela. JOHN STEPHEN SOMBATI Bridgeport, Connecticut VOYAGES: Belgium, IVmiKnk, D hikmm Republic. France, Germany, Great Br Madagascar, Mozambique, Netherlands, Netherland Antilles, Norway, Poland, public of South Africa, South-West Africa, Spain, Sweden, Venezuela. Club, Ring Commit JOHN A. STAFNES Elk Grove, Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Varsity Club, New Wrestling, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Velma Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co, S.S. Mormaccargo, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; U.S.N.S. Gen Military Sea Transportation Service. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, De Japan, Malaya, Mexico. Netherlands, Norv Taiwan, Uruguay, Viet Nam. JOSEPH AIME ST. LAURENT Springfield, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Drill Team, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacscan, S.S. Mormacwind, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Constitution, S.S. Export Champion, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Garfield, American President Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Ceylon, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaya, Netherlands, Norway, Okinawa, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Trinidad, Uruguay, Viet Nam, Yugoslavia. ACADOC b) i, ran ,,- HAROLD WILLIAM STONE ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star. Society of Na M oM, ( :.iiitia ( k Lines, In VOYAGES: Australia, Ceylon, Britain, Hong Kong, Iceland, Okinawa, 1 ' akistan, Panama, Turkey, Viet Nam. Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Great India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaya, Norway, lussia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Trinidad, £ TIMOTHY CATLIN SUMNER Washington, D.C. Service, Auton SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Rita, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. M.nm.u ro ■■. Moure-McCnrmark Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pioneer Main, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Flying Endeavor, S.S. Atlantic, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Germany, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Pan- ama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Virgin Islands. THOMAS MICHAEL SUPER New Florence, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Polaris, Varsity Club, Ski Club, Cadet Council, SEA DUTY: S.S. Excelsior, S.S. Constitution, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Contender, S.S. Pioneer Ming, United States Lines Co., Inc. VOYAGES: Azores, Belgium, Ceylon, Egypt, Elba, Ethiopia, France, French Somali- land, Hong Kong, India, Italv, Japan. Korea, Lebanon, Madeira, Morocco, Nether- lands, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Sudan, Taiwan. 4. DAVID GEORGE SWANSON, JR. Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania VOYAGES: Bolivia, Chile, Colombia. Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italv, Japan, Ken a, Korea, Lebanon, Mozambique, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Tanganyika, Viet Nam. ROBERT CLEMENTS THARPE ACADEMY RECORD: Scholasl Houston, Texas Star, Varsity Club, Sv aming, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. President Haves, American President Lines; S.S. Independonci American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; S.S. Thompson Lykes, S.S. Dolly Turmai Lykes Brothers Steamship Co.; S.S. Inger, Reynolds Metal Corp. VOYAGES: Belgium, Ceylon, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Indi; Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Libya, Malaya, Morocco, Netherlands, Okinawa, Pakistar Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Viet Nam, Yugoslavia. ALAN RICHARD THOMPSON Sylacauga, Alabama ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Protestant Choir, Football, Bowling, Intramurals. SEA DUTY ' : S.S. John Lykes, S.S. Nancy Lykes, S.S. Dick Lykes, S.S. Lipscomb Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co. I 0 110 fmt Vi-. ; JOHN ARTHUR THOMSON Cherry Hill, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Football. erican Crusader, S.S. Pio Korea, Netherlands, Pan: JOHN TORLER III Elgin, Illinois Band, Protestant Choir, Ring Danee Com- SEA DUTY: S.S. American Reporter, S.S. American, United States Lines Co., Inc.; C.S. Long Lines, States Marine-Isthmian Lines; S.S. Hawaiian Farmer, Matson Navigation Co.; S.S. Junior, United Fruit Co.; S.S. African Mercury, Farrell FRANK HAROLD TRYON, JR. Laurence, Indiana Ring Coinn SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacdove, Moore-McCormack Lints, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Long Lines, S.S. Steel Execut , Stella Maris Guild, Clas: Inc.; S.S. African Ne Mozambique, Panama, Republic of South WILLIAM NORRIS TURNBULL III Denver, Colorado ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Hear This, Bearings, Band, Dance Band, Glee Club, Eagle Scout Society, Ski Club, International Relations Club, Arts and World Affairs Committee. Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. C. E. Dant, States Steamship Co.; S.S. Flying Dragon, Pacific Far East Line, Inc.; S.S. Santa Flavia, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. President Polk, S.S. President Tyler, American President Lines, Inc.; S.S. Independence, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Canada, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Madeira, Majorca, Malava, Mexico. Miclwav, Morocco, Okinawa. Pakistan, Panama, Singa- pore, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand. Viet Nam. A w? mm ¥SM JOE FRENCH VAUGHAN, JR. Alexandria, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Dance Committee, Intramur :A DUTY: S.S. Pio Farrell Lines, Inc. neer Reef, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Afri S.S. President Polk, American President Lines, an Mercury Inc. OYAGES: Australia, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Ke nya, Malaya ACADEMY RECORD: Marine Engineers, Sailing, Int SEA DUTY: S.S. Margaret B " Dugene Lykes, S.S. Mar RICHARD JAY VELDHUIS Lake Worth, Florida Interest Club, Society of Na Brothe arals. i, Bloomfield Steamship Co.; : Lykes, S.S. Solon Lykes, S.! nstitution, American Export 1 Adabelle Lykes, les Lykes, Lykes Jtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Great Br: Greece, Haiti, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, lap.m, Korea, Madeira. Mexico, Mori Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Sardinia, Spain, Taiwan, Viet : ton JOHN W. VILLELLA Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ity Club, Catholic Choir, Drill Team, SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Margarita, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. United States, S.S. American Corsair, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Export Builder, S.S. Sir John Franklin. American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Algeria, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Libya, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, FRED ARNOLD von RECKLINGHAUSEN Hoboken, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Camera Club, Dance Committee, Ring Dance Committtee, Windjammers, International Relations Club, Bridge Club, Astronomy Club, Sailing, SEA DUTY: S.S. American Press, 5 S.S. Excalibur, S.S. Independence Mormaccape, Moore-McCormack Lii VOYAGES: Argentin; Kong, Italy, Japan, Uruguay. t RORERT EARL WAITE SEA DUTY: S.S. Am. Mariana, Grace Lir Inc.; S.S. Export Cou Amherst, Ohio Manufacturer, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Santa c; S.S. President Monroe, American President Lines, xport Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Azores. Cli.mb.a. Ecuador, Egypt, France India, Italy, Japan, Malaya, Mexico, Morocco, Pakista Viet Nam. DONALD EDWARD WEISS, JR. Roslyn, New York Dance Committee, Regimental Bn SEA DUTY ' : S.S. Santa Margarita, Grace Line, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Constitution, Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Crusader, United States Lin Inc.; S.S. Robin Goodfellow, American Export Ishrandts.n es Co., Inc. VOYAGES: Ascension Island, Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Italy, Kenya, Madagascar, Madeira, Morocco, Mozambique, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Republic of South Africa, Spain, Tanganyika. THOMAS RRADFORD WELCH McLean, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Bridge Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Contender, S.S. Ameri S.S. Pioneer Isle, United States Lines Company, In Isln unitsen Lines, Inc. 4- NORMAN CHESRROUGH WELD, JR. Rochester, New York ity Club, ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Executive Committee, Sailing, Soccer. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Pilot, United States Lines Co., In S.S. Export Buyer, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.; Farrell Lines, Inc. ON WRECK iCUB ma. EDWARD CAMERON WILLIAMS, JR. Opp, Alabama ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Regimental Information Service, Band, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, lntramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Gibbes Lykes, S.S. Charlotte Lykes, S.S. Jean Lvkes, S.S. Tyson Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co., Inc., S.S. Del Sol, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc. V ' OYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Haiti, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Okinawa, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico. Taiwan, Uruguay, Venezuela, Viet Nam. t JAMES THOMAS WILLIAMS Scholasti Cocoa, Florida i Star, Varsity Club, Chris! Couru il. ACADEMY RECORD: Country, Track. SEA DUTY: S.S. Joseph Lykes, S.S. William Lykes, S.S. Solsn Turman, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co., Inc.; S. S. Del Rio, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola. Belgium, Dominican Republic, France, French Cameroons, French Equatorial Africa, French West Africa. Germany, Ghana, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Korea, Liberia, Malaya, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Nigeria, Panama, Puerto Rico, Republic of the Congo, Republic of the of Senegal, Singapore, Spain, Turkey, Viet Nam. Coast, Republit X TERRY DUANE WITTEVEEN Holland, Michigan ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Protestant Choir, Soccer, Intr amurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Builder, American Export Ishrandtsen Lines Catalina. Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Zoella Lykes, S.S. Tyson Lykes Steamship Co., Inc. Inc.; S.S. Santa Lykes Brothers VOYAGES: Azores, Belgium, Chile, France, Germany, Great Britain Italy, Libya, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Tunisi slavia. Greece, Ireland, , Turkey, Yugo- CURTIS JACOR WOLF Eldon, Iowa owling League, Lykes Brothers ACADEMY RECORD: Schola ROBERTO WOLL Lima, Peru , Varsity Club, Radi. :an Pilot, S.S. Pioneer, Mil American Export Isbrandts SEA DUTY: S.S. Ame S.S. Export Commerc Moore-McCormack Li VOYAGES: Azores, B( Netherlands, Norwa: Yugoslavia. JAMES LEE WOOD Oshkosh, Wisconsin ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Regimental Information Service, Band, Christian Council, Dance Committee, Debate Council, Eagle Scout Society, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Class Executive Committee, International Relations Club, Christian Science Organization, lntramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Luisa, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. African Mercury, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pioneer Myth, United States Lines Co., Inc.; S.S. Express, American Ex- port Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, French West Indies, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Libya. Marshall Islands, Martinique, Mozambique, Pakistan. Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, South-West Africa, Sudan, Taiwan. Venezuela. -mm 00 ACADEMY RECORD: Schol; SEA DUTY: S.S. American Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Paula. Gr.u JEFFREY R. WOODFIELD Porl Jefferson, New York Ski Club, Trident Club, Sa Co., VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Cevlon, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, West Indies. Germany, Haiti. Hong Kong, India. Italy, Jamaica Malaya, Netherland Antilles. Okinawa, Pakistan. Panama, Puer Taiwan. Uruguay, Venezuela, Viet Nam, Virgin Islands. CHARLES VICTOR WORK Maryland Choir, Dance SEA DUTY: VOYAGES: Azores, Barb Libya, Madeira, Martini Tunisia, Turkey, Yugosla JOSEPH WILLIAM YEAMANS Vew Mexico iity Club, Di Trident Club, Line, Inc.; S.S. Hawaii, States Steamship -McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados. Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Dutch West Indies, French West Indies, Gilbert Islands, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Marianna Islands, " aique, Netherland Antilles, Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Puerto BARZILLA EARL YOUNG Boise, Idaho ACADEMY RECORD: Ski Club, Trident Club, Tennis, Intram SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Juana, Grace Line, Inc.; S.S. Califomi; States Steamship Co. Midway, Okina ADRIAN ZACCARIA Cambridge, Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: Catholic Choi of Naval Architects and Marine Engii SEA DUTY: 5 S.S. Excalibu VOYAGES: Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Libya, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Taiwan, Tunisia, Turkey, Yugoslavia. t RONALD EDWARD ZAWADZKI Leeds, Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: Scholastic Star, Radio Club, Drill Team, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. M S.S. Pioneer Surf, United Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Australia, Azores, Belgium, Brazil, Cyprus, Denmark, Ger- many, Israel, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Uruguay. SPLIT SEA SECTIONS ' 67 SECTION 67-B143 Front Row: W. Kickerson, R. Rosellini, W. White, S. Loughlin, P. Park. Second Row: W. Mullin, S. Kleinburg, G. Simmers, D. Neef, J. Hoey. Third Row: J. Whitener, G. Gunvaldson, F. Strasheim. Back Row: W. Mullich, D. Grady. SECTION 67-B342 Front Row: J. Ward, J. Magnamo, V. Killpack, P. Wojcicki. Second Row: W. Jeuvelis, M. Wilson, B. Knott. Third Row: L. Clark, U. Parker, J. Collins, K. Seigman. Fourth Row: S. Griffin, M. Nichols, D. Collar, M. Pacinda. Back Row: D. Kehoe, R. Tinghitella, M. Tisevich, J. Dickinson. ;put SEA SECTION 68-B162 Front Row: E. Katsampes, J. English, L. O ' Neill, W. Sember. Second Row: R. Byrnes, J. Walker, F. Carroll, D. Roberts. Third Row: W. Kirchner, C. Howard, J. Grant. Fourth Row: H. Brown, W. Day, B. Annis. Back Row: J. Wilson, R. Faucett D. Clark. - SECTION 68-B363 Front Row: J. Tryon, T. Fielder, G. Reichart. Second Row: R. Wasson, S. Westover, A. Grenley. Third Row: M. Rollins, W. Prindiville, G. Gill. Fourth Row: J. Klein, J. Wolf, P. Allen. Back Row: A. Galik, R. Kihm, A. Flood. ADVERTISING INDEX 1966 MIDSHIPS Amercoat Corporation American Export Isbrandtsen Lines American Mail Line American President Lines American Society of Naval Engineers, Inc.. Apeda Studio - Aqua-Chem, Inc Art Cap Company, Inc.— Atlas Valve Company A21 A13 A23 A6 A33 A29 A26 A38 ...A22 Aurand Manufacturing Equipment Company A18 Balfour, L. C, Co — - A43 Bates Shoe Company A28 Bayberry-Great Neck Hotel -— A41 Bendone Manufacturing Corp A28 Brewer Dry Dock Co - A31 Bull Boberts, Inc., - - A23 Bunge Corporation A30 Burmeister Wain American Corp —All Bushey, Ira S., Sons - __A27 Canteen — A41 Central Gulf Lines ....A45 Charvoz-Carsen Corporation A28 Chase Manhattan Bank A31 Chevron Shipping Co A9 Chubb k Son, Inc A26 Cities Service Tankers Corp.... A20 Cleaver-Brooks Co - A26 Coca-Cola Company A7 Coffin Turbo Pump A36 Cornell Maritime Press, Inc Crossocean Shipping Co., Inc.- Delta Steamship Lines, Inc Devoe Baynolds Co., Inc Farrell Lines, Inc Fiat... Foster, Christopher J Gamlen Chemical Co Gibbs Cox, Inc Gibson Lee, Inc Gimpel Machine Works, Inc.... Grace Line ..A23 ..A20 A19 A35 _A17 ..A44 ..A26 ..A24 ..A24 A38 ..A42 ....A4 .A40 _.A22 ..A35 ..A36 _.A40 Gulf So. American Steamship Co., Inc Henry, J. J., Co., Inc Henry Valve Company Hogan, T., Sons, Inc Hooper Lumber Co., Inc Hose-McCann Telephone Co., Inc -A31 Howard Industries A42 Humble Oil Refining Co — A6 Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp A45 Insurance Company of North America ..A 19 Interlake Steamship Company A34 International Organization of Masters, Mates, and Pilots A49 International Paint Company A20 International Telephone Telegraph Co A39 International Terminal Operating Co., Inc. Isthmian Lines Johnson Higgins Johnson Service Company Keystone Shipping Company Kings Point Machinery Kings Point Maritime Ass ' n., Inc Long Island Trust Company Long, Quinn Boylan Co Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc M E Marine Supply Co Marine Office of America— Marine Products Engineering Co Maritime Overseas Corp Marsh McLennan, Inc Maryland Shipbuilding Drydock Co.. Mathiasen Tanker Industries, Inc McAllister Brothers, Inc __..A34 „A2 ...A17 A18 .-.A16 .-A42 .....A35 .-.A24 ..-A36 .....A30 A23 .-.A14 .....A16 — A18 _A8 —jUO __A18 ..._. A14 .A34 .A32 ...A3 ...A8 McMullen, John J., Associates, Inc McNabb, Incorporated Mobil Oil Company Moore-McCormack Lines New City Printing Co A47 Newport News Shipbuilding Drydock Co A14 New York Nautical Instrument Service Corp A21 Norfolk Shipbuilding Drydock Corp A43 Pacific Far East Line, Inc -A16 Parkway Distributors, Inc A32 Paulsen- Webber Cordage Corp A32 Perolin Company, Inc A12 Pittston Stevedoring Corp A36 Port Newark Marine Bepair Corp A40 Port of New York Authority A37 RCA Service Co A42 Seaman ' s Bank for Savings A12 Sharp, George G., Inc A33 Signode Corp A33 Slater School College Services Sperry Gyroscope Co., Div. of Sperry Band Corp.. State Laundry Co., Inc States Marine Lines States Steamship Company Sulzer Bros., Inc ..A43 _A27 ..A41 _A1 Tollefsen Bros. Contracting Corp Transeastern Associates, Inc Trinidad Corporation United Fruit Company _ United States Lines.. United States Naval Institute- _ United States Salvage Ass ' n., Inc USMMA Alumni Association, Vanguard Military Equipment Corp Vita Motivator Company _. Walz Krenzer, Inc Waukesha Bearings Corp Whaler Bar .....A10 .-.A25 .....A10 A12 A38 ..A15 ..A22 ..A20 ..A41 ..A28 ..A16 ..A32 ....A5 Whaf s better than know-how? It takes know-how and imagination to master the difficult, the unexpected, the challenging. At States Marine this combination is brought to bear on the many problems faced by shippers. Operating one of America ' s largest cargo fleets we can tailor services to fit your needs. Our people have knowledge, experience, initiative . . . You can count on their expert advice and personalized service. States Manne lines FROM ALL COASTS OF THE U. S. TO EUROPE, UNITED KINGDOM, MEDITERRANEAN, FAR EAST. ALSO INTERCOASTAL SERVICES AND FULL-CARCO SERVICES WORLD WIDE • 42 SERVICES BETWEEN 33 COUNTRIES AND 190 PORTS BERTH AGENT: STATES MARINE-ISTHMIAN AGENCY, INC., 90 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y. 10004 DIGBY 4-8840 Offices or Agents in every Port and Business Center ALEXANDRiA ALGIERS ALICANTE BANGKOK BARCELONA BASRAH BOMBAY CADIZ CALCUTTA CAF COCHIN COLOMBO DAMMAM HONOLULU ISKENDERUN ISTANE KARACHI KHORRAMSHAHR KUV MANILA MASSAWA NAPLES NA SAIGON SEMARANG SFAX SING AQABA ' ASSAB BAHREIN BANC BEIRUT BELAWAN DELI BENG CHITTAGONG COCHIN CO DJAKARTA DJIBOUTI GAL ' MADRAS MANGALORE SINGAPORE SURABAYA £ BANDAR SHAHPOUR BA CALCUTTA CARTAGENA CHALNA CHERIBON CH DAMMAM DJAKARTA X KHORRAMSHAHR KUW SURABAYA TANGIERS " L ALGIERS ALICANTE ALLEP, BASRAH BEIRUT BELAWAN, CEBU CHALNA CHERIBON C GENOA HALIFAX HILO HONi IKANDLA KARACHI KHORRAMi IMASSAWA NAPLES NAW1L1WIL PORT SWETTENHAM RANGOON TRINCOMALEE TRIPOLI TUNIS JASSAB BAHREIN BANDAR SHAHI LLEF :IRU vGEr AKA IZ Y AQAEA ASSA " BAl BELAWAslDELI NG CASABl NCA BU A DJIBCUTI GA E |R — ■ .jfcftCA I KA JSB !IN BANDAR SHAHPOUR BANGKC BILBAO BOMBAY CADIZ CALC HALNA CHERIBON CHITTAGONG NOA HALIFAX HILO HONG KON JLUI KANDLA KARACHI KHORRA J MADRAS MANGALORE MANIU PENANG PIRAEUS PORT SAID l L TRINCOMALEE TRIPOLI TUN! A BASRAH BEIRUT BELAWAN CARTAGENA CASABLANCA LLE GENOA HALIFAX HlL LULU ISKENDERUN ISTA NG PANDJANG PENANC SAKHAPATNAM ABAD I BENGAZI BILBAO Bi ONG COCHIN COLOIY RTA DJIBOUTI GALLE NG HONOLULU ISKEND ORE MANILA MASSAVN AM ABADAN ADEN Al UR BANGKOK BARCELOH ALCUTTA CARTAGENA CAS AM DJAKARTA DJIBOUTI G ANBUL IZMIR IZMIT JEDDAH LISBON MADRAS MANGALOR PIRAEUS PORT SAID PORTSUD, ORE SURABAYA TANGIERS TEG ALGIERS ALICANTE ALLEPPEY A( AH BEIRUT BELAWAN DELI BEN Over a half century in World-Wide Shipping Since 1908 Isthmian has moved cargo efficiently between ports the world over. Today our hand is surer, our knowledge broader and our versatility greater than ever. Anything less than the best can be costly. That ' s why wise and demanding shippers have long relied on Isthmian ' s expert advice and service. STHMJAN | INES AMERICAN FLAG VESSELS SERVING ALL COASTS OF THE U.S. AND THE MEDITERRANEAN, RED SEA, PERSIAN GULF, INDIA-PAKISTAN-CEYLON, SOUTHEAST ASIA AND THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. BERTH AGENT: STATES MARINE-ISTHMIAN AGENCY, INC. 90 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y. 10004 • Dl 4-8840 OFFICES OR AGENTS IN EVERY PORT AND BUSINESS CENTER FLOWN ' ROUND THE WORLD KNOWN ' ROUND THE WORLD Marine Fuels Marine Lubricants Marine Coatings World ' s Finest Marine Service K Grace Line Fleet, May 1965 When all is said and done who has more ships, more sailings and more service to the Caribbean and South America than Grace Line? 13-day Caribbean — South America cruises on the all-first-class luxury liners Santa Rosa and Santa Paula every Friday. 26-day two-ocean Casual cruises on four new " Santas " to the Caribbean, Panama Canal, and down the Pacific Coast of South America to Peru every Saturday. 24 to 26-day cruises on cargo passenger liners to the Caribbean and South America every Friday. Regular 40-day voyages to Chile on freighters Nobody. as well as cargo passenger ships. All sailings from New York. Sea-Air com- binations to suit your travel taste and vacation budget. Also regular Grace Line freighter voyages from the Pacific Coast of the United States to Pacific Coast ports of Mexico, Central and South America. See your Travel Agent. Grace Line, 3 Hanover Sq. or 628 Fifth Ave. (Rockefeller Center), New York. Digby 4-6000. GRACE LINE U.S.-FLAG SHIPS SERVING THE AMERICAS EXCLUSIVELY Highly engineered marine equipment, a Kings Pointer can appreciate Waukesha— electronic thrust measurement Waukesha— self -leveling main thrust bearings Waukesha - Simplex stern tube seals and . . . Waukesha— oil lubricated babbitted bearings j metoicah eadiria ntttrntUbtcfa iw c£ Q) ma wrie -i BEARINGS CORPORATION WAUKESHA. WIS. and bea b. Congratulations to the graduating Glass i merican President Lines ' roster of sea-going officers contains the names of many Kings Point alumni. You too will find that a rewarding career awaits you aboard APL ' s world-wide fleet of luxury liners and modern cargo ships. AMERICAN PRESIDENT LINES TO THE CLASS OF 1 966! Owners and personnel of the largest privately operated tanker fleet flying the U. S. flag welcome you to the high seas and commend you for your skills and devotion to duty. things go better,! Coke Coke has the taste you never get tired of. PREPAREDNESS A strong, experienced, ready merchant marine is one of our nation ' s key weapons. Moore-McCormack Lines plies four major world trade routes in world trade and pleasure cruising. At the same time it is maintaining the training, dis- cipline and alertness of its officers and the readiness of its ships. This makes for a strong Naval Reserve. MOORE-MCCORMACK LINES An honor to the Academy ! The quality of Kings Point graduates is well known around the Chevron Shipping Company fleet. Quite a few, we ' re proud to say, have seen the advantages of making a career with us, and have shipped with us since the first class was graduated. One 1965 graduate who signed on with us was Third Mate Bob Kromann (left, above). We think he ' d tell you it ' s a fine thing to be a tankerman. These men have a special pride of their own. Bob and every other Kings Point graduate in Chevron Shipping are an honor to the Academy. It ' s in the way they handle their ships, their jobs, and, most importantly, themselves. One day soon your own career will begin. If it happens to be with Chevron Shipping, we ' ll do our best to make it rewarding. We, too, value the Academy and the caliber of men it turns out. Chevron Shipping Company n|Fj A Standard Oil Company of California Subsidiary ,., . I An Equal Opportunity Employer Kk- _ Telephone: Dlgby 4-0291 GO WITH THE BI6 ONES Transeastern Associates, Inc. 1 Chase Manhattan Plaza New York 5, New York Cables: SHIPTRAMP SULZER MARINE DIESEL ENGINES are advanced design propulsion units with power reliability through long service constructed to provide utmost economy of operation. There is a Sulzer engine for every requirement. SULZER = MINIMUM maintenance and space MAXIMUM reliability 188 engines in ships complete in 1965 (vessels of 2,000 tons d.w. and above) or 2,114,720 Licensee for USA: Nordberg Manufacturing Co., Milwaukee Sulzer Bros. Inc. 1 9 Rector Street NewYork(6)N.Y. QJJILgSIS Authorized spares and service faciliti es by Todd Shipyard Corp. along the U.S. coastline and Hudson Engineering Co., Houoken, N.J. BURMEISTEREWAIN DIESEL PROPULSION BjW Marine Diesel Engines power all types of ships in the Merchant Fleets of every maritime country in the world ' 1L3 TTWB B W Marine Diesel Engines are designed for every size of ship from inshore fishing boats to the largest ocean-going merchant vessels in service Ik " BURMEISTER SWA IBM AMERICAN CORPORATION N.Y.. 10004 Phone .UN SHIPBUILDING AND DRY DOCK CO. CHESTER PA. B W PEROLIN FUEL OIL TREATMENT Pero-Klean Marine Cleaner Representatives and stocks in Major Ports throughout the world Vfo Perolin Company. nc. MARINE DIVISION 350 Fifth Avenue • New York 1 , N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF Trinidad Corporation ai SAFE NAVIGATION FOR YOUR SAVINGS Discover Our Convenient Banking Services TODAY BANK BY MAIL-You deposit or withdraw with simple forms and use convenient, free postage-paid envelopes. ALLOTMENT SAVINGS ACCOUNTS-Simply allot part of your pay to a savings account at The Seamen ' s. Don ' t take chances on spending or losing the money. You specify the amount and each month the allotment is mailed direct to your savings ac- count here. FOREIGN REMITTANCES -Promptly and easily arranged by Seamen ' s depositors who wish to send money abroad. Novv ' s the time to make your arrangements with us. A call, a card or a visit will do the trick ! Put Your Money To Work Now! DIVIDENDS FROM DAY OF DEPOSIT • THE SEAMEN ' S BANK for SAVINGS Chartered 1829 Main Office : 30 Wall Street, New York 5, N. Y. Fifth Avenue Office: 546 Fifth Ave., New York 36, N. Y. Bowling Green Office: Beaver St. at New St., New York 4 CABLE ADDRESS: SEASAVE NEW YORK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation The surest war to get the best accommodations in Europe... is to bring your own along! Sunlane Cruises to Europe and the Mediterranean ss INDEPENDENCE ss CONSTITUTION ss ATLANTIC Approximately 30 cruises, mostly 3 weeks . . . stopping at such ports as: Madeira, Casablanca, Ceuta, Tangier, Algeciras- Gibraltar, Palma, Sardinia, Elba, Naples, Portofino, Genoa, Cannes, Barcelona, Lisbon. Occasional cruises also include Greece and the Greek Islands. Stop-overs in Europe can be arranged. See your Travel Agent. American Export isbrandtsen lines 24 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10004 Tel: (212) 797-7222 Ships of AEIL are American owned and of Amer MAKIIVE OfFICEof AMERICA tfflCf ALL CLASSES OF OCEAN AND INLAND MARINE INSURANCE HOME OFFICE: 123 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK 10038, NEW YORK OFFICES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES - CLAIMS AND SETTLING AGENTS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD TOWING-UGHTERAGE Doing " the unusual " in towing and lighter- age is usual for McAllister — any point — any time. McAllister facilities encompass a wide range of service to keep ships and car- gos moving. McAllister experience covers over one hundred years of towing and transportation. Every assignment is ex- pertly handled hy splendidly conditioned equipment and eminently-qualified masters and crews. McAllister brothers ! 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Compliments of MATHIASEN TANKER INDUSTRIES, Inc. Public Ledger Building Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106 1210 ELLIS STREET CINCINNATI 23, OHIO MARITIME OVERSEAS CORPORATION SHIP MANAGERS AND BROKERS 51 1 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 17, NEW YORK Cable: Shipscont, New York Telephone: 983-2400 Does INA insure everything that floats? Not really, but INA does far more ocean marine underwriting than any other stock company and we are continually moving ahead, too. We were specialists in marine insurance way back in 1792; and we ' re most knowledgeable about insuring yachts today. Continuing leadership? Well, after inventing the Homeowners Package policy in 1950, we set about ap- plying the same simplified principle to pleasure craft of all descriptions. Made us more popular than ever. And, with INA, the chips are there when the chips are down. For your INA policy rests firmly on a foundation of solid dollar dependability. Call your yacht-specialist INA agent (he ' s in the Yellow Pages), or give your broker a ring. It ' s a comforting thing to do. INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA World Headquarters: Philadelphia it proudly we salute. DELTA LINE is proud to recognize the following men who are part of the growing list of Academy-trained personnel ashore and aboard its American Flag fleet that pro- vides U.S. Gulf ports with regular scheduled service to the East coast of South America and the West coast of Africa : FRED BOER ' 64 JOHN BOSEMAN ' 64 JOHN F. BROWN ' 64 ROBERT D. BRYAN ' 63 Capt. LeVERE COOLEY ' 41 Capt. JAMES L. COX ' 46 Capt. DONALD J. DeMETZ ' 47 JOHN F. DeSANTIS ' 60 DON HOF FMAN ' 61 HARRY D. HUNTER ' 45 DANIEL P. KIRBY ' 60 RICHARD KRIZ ' 64 Capt. JOHN H. LANG ' 44 Pem e ERNEST J. LERUTH ' 46 L. A. MANOLIADES ' 51 GEORGE E. PEREIRA ' 45 Capt. JOHN M. PLATT ' 44 ERNEST RICHARDSON ' 60 CHARLES E. SCROGGINS ' 63 Capt. EDGAR R. SEAMEN ' 41 Capt. CARL V. STEINHAUSER ' 54 RUSSELL WEADE ' 65 Capt. JOHN W. CLARK ' 40 President W YORK CHICAGO HOUSTON WASH ® I CITIES SERVICE TAMER CORPORATION a ) UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY Available Everywhere in the United States throughout the World V Send for list of Agents International Distribution could only be built on a line of Marine Paints that afford the shipowner the maximum in protection, durability and economy. It ' s a safe habit to specify International. International Paint Company. Inc. 21 West Street, New York • S. Linden Ave. S. San Francisco 3915 Louisa St., New Orleans A WORLD-WIDE PAINT ORGANIZATION « fc CtcMoceaw Skipping Co., J)nc. GENERAL AGENTS 17 BATTERY PLACE NEW YORK, N.Y. NEW YORK NAUTICAL INSTRUMENT SERVICE CORPORATION Distributors Danforth White Products Dealers of: Government Charts Publications Chelsea Marine Clocks New and Reconditioned Navigational Instruments Compass Adjusting Servicing and Repairs to Navigational Instruments Telephone: WH 4-9191, 2, 3 3 STATE STREET NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10004 Swift Statesliner Services . . . from Pacific Coast Ports to Hawaii, Japan, Philippines, Okinawa, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Vietnam, Sarawak, Thailand, Korea. FASTER SERVICE . . . more efficient cargo handling . . . more luxurious passenger accommodations . . . these are some of the advantages States Line ' s 20-knot Advanced Mariners have brought to transpacific trade. But most important of all, States Line ' s fleet of sleek, white modern vessels is adding prestige and enhancing the strength of America ' s Merchant Marine. 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Southern Stevedoring Corp. T.O. Warehouses of Port Newark Inc., Building No. 201, Port Newark, N. J. FIRST IN AMERICA SINCE 1754 DEVOE MARINE WORLD-WIDE PAINT SERVICE D E V R A N • Exterior Shell — Above or Under water • For fouling or non-fouling service • For Decks — Smooth or non-skid • For Tanks — Cargo Ballast or Potable Wafer DEVOE RAYNOLDS CO., inc. Newark, New Jersey 07105 Riverside, California 92507 of FLOW CONTROL DEVICES - VALVES - DRIERS STRAINERS - INDICATORS • FITTINGS and ACCESSORIES FOR REFRIGERATION - AIR CONDITIONING - INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS Approved for Use by Army, Navy and Maritime Commission HENRY VALVE CO. 3215 NORTH AVENUE MELROSE PARK, ILLINOIS 60160, U. Cable: HEVALCO. Melrose Park, I Mine ACS 12 Phones: 344-1 100 Chicago: 261-3668 ma OF QIWUTY KINGS POINT MARITIME ASSOCIATION INC. KINGS POINT, NEW YORK PRESIDENT MARSHALL CHESS PRESIDENT EMERITUS HON. HAROLD J. McLAUGHLIN FIRST VICE PRESIDENT R. ADM. WILLIAM S. MAXWELL USN (Ret.) SECOND VICE PRESIDENT CAPT. E. M. PAULSEN THIRD VICE PRESIDENT JOSEPH T. BORZELL TREASURER RICHARD McNEILL SECRETARY (Corresponding) MRS. FRANK VERONA (Recording) MRS. FRANK STURZENBERGER A nation wide organization founded in 1953 as the Association of Parents and Friends of Kings Point to foster the best interests of the Academy and the Regi- ment of Cadets. In 1959 our Association changed its name to— KINGS POINT MARITIME ASSOCIATION. INC., but continued its dedicated purpose — To foster the best interests of the United States Merchant Marine Academy and the American Merchant Marine. Member- ship is open to anyone interested in the American merchant marine and its Academy at Kings Point. Mem- bership meeting held annually and Board of Governors meets monthly. Annual dues, three dollars. LONG, QUINN BOYLAN CO. SHIPBROKERS 375 PARK AVENUE NEW YORK 22, NEW YORK S. " HUEY " LONG ' 42 PL 1-4550 T. Hogan Sons. Inc. Stevedores 531 WEST 19th STREET NEW YORK 11, N. Y. COFFIN TURBO PUMP FMC CORPORATION Raymond A. Bocksel General Sales Manager PITTSTON STEVEDORING CORPORATION Seventeen Battery Place New York, N. Y. 10004 Here is the home for containerships in the Port of New York The Elizabeth-Port Authority Marine Terminal Why? • Deepwater berths — good navi- gation. • Construction proceeding to take care of all users. • Hundreds of acres of paved and lighted upland areas. • Layout permits installation of dockside cranes as illustrated. • Wide, ample access roads to and from major interstate highways. Adjacent to New Jersey Turnpike. • Direct rail connections with all railroads. • Next door to Newark Airport. Take advantage of the vast areas and exclusive facilities of the con- tainer capital of the world — the Elizabeth-Port Authority Marine Terminal. Port Newark and Elizabeth Port Authority Marine Terminal For additional information, write to: THE PORT OF NEW YORK AUTHORITY Marine Terminals Department, Lyle King. Director I I I Eighth Avenue. New York, N.Y. 1001 I U.S.A. The Port Newark and the Elizabeth Marine Terminals — located in the heart of the New Jersey-New York Harbor — 25 minutes by truck from Manhattan. V SPECIAL SALUTE TO THE MEN OF THE U. S. MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY United Fruit Company PRUDENTIAL CENTER, BOSTON, MASS. 02199 66 years of dependable steamship service COLOMBIA • COSTA RICA • ECUADOR • EL SALVADOR GUATEMALA • HONDURAS • BRITISH HONDURAS • JAMAICA • NASSAU NICARAGUA • PANAMA • PANAMA CANAL ZONE i FOR THAT CRISP, CLEAN, NEAT LOOK AT LOW COST. . . WEAR inene COLLARS They ' re always new, clean, smart look- ing and comfortable . . . best of all, laundry expense is eliminated. Linene Collars are faced with fine white cotton cloth, paper filler. Wear them until soiled — then throw them away; they ' re disposable. Iso ask about famous Lion of Troy Neckband Shirts. At uniform shops and ship ' s service stores. JL they can ' t supply you, write direct I mail order departn GIBSON LEE 9 INC. 95 BINNEY STREET CAMBRIDGE, MASS. THE HERALDRY OF MERIT The above trademark has earned the right to be considererl as such. It signifies a de- pendable STANDARD of QUALITY that has always been distinctive and recognized. We are proud of this, as you men are of vour career. ART CAP COMPANY, INC. 729 BROADWAY, NEW YORK 3, N. Y. The answers to USW will come from the Tongue of the Ocean. The Tongue of the Ocean — a large, deep and stable undersea area in the British Bahamas — is the site for AUTEC, the U.S. Navy ' s new Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center. ITT, as prime contractor for AUTEC, is now establishing at the site a unique underwater laboratory measuring some 175 watery square miles. Work has already begun to implement the highly sophisticated electronic sys- tems planned for this vast weapons range facility. The AUTEC range will be 35 miles long and 5 miles wide, with an impact area 6,000 yards in diameter at its southern end. AUTEC will permit the whole range of undersea warfare problems — de- tection, classification, pinpointing and destruction— to be examined in a con- trolled, yet authentic, environment. The facility ' s instrumentation gear, including underwater hydrophone ar- rays, will enable the Navy to sort out real target information from the rest of its watery environment. This is one of the most complex problems of anti- submarine warfare. ITT is also prime contractor for Kauai Fleet Tactical Range (KFTR), the Navy ' s deep-water tracking range off the coast of Kauai Island, Hawaii. This 50-square mile range will provide the Navy ' s Pacific fleet submarines, surface vessels and aircraft with an instrumented site for conducting tac- tical exercises. ITT ' s broad-range capability for facilities such as AUTEC or KFTR in- cludes equipment for high density storage of multi-channel analog in- formation, recorders for underwater environments, highly sophisticated sonar, simulators, signal processing and acoustical hardware, and ocean engineering. The installation and operation of vast undersea test centers like these are indicative of ITT ' s unique knowl- edge of the marine environment. International Telephone and Tele- graph Corporation. World Headquar- ters: 320 Park Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10022. THESE16 ITT COMPANIES ARE ACTIVELY SERVING U.S. DEFENSE AND SPACE PROGRAMS: ITT CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF 1966 MARYLAND SHIPBUILDING DRYDOCK COMPANY BALTIMORE, MARYLAND NEW GULF ANDES CLASS CARGO LINERS BETWEEN GULF PORTS AND THE WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA ' mm m ®m ' OOO Fast dependable service, regular sailings and expert cargo handling are yours with GULF SOUTH AMERICAN STEAMSHIP CO., INC. AMERICAN FLAG LINE VESSELS Commerce Bldg., New Orleans, La. In other cities call Lykes or Grace MAin CABLE ADDRESS: 5-2884 HOLUCOB: NEW YORK HOOPER LUMBER COMPANY, INC. LUMBER, DUNNAGE SHIP CEILING 36 FERRIS STREET BROOKLYN, N. Y. 11231 Tel. Mitchell 3-1404-5 BArclay 7-6567 PORT NEWARK MARINE REPAIR CORP. MARINE and INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS FRANK MAXWELL 149 MARSH STREET PORT NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 07114 ? BAYBERRY— GREAT NECK HOTEL This distinctive new hotel welcomes your family and guests. Located across from the railroad station. For reservations phone HU 2-2900 or write to Bayberry-Great Neck Hotel, Great Neck, N. Y. ' U.S. Merchant Marine Academt) Alumni Association Serving the Academy, the Regiment of Cadets and the graduate body . . . and through all— the American Merchant Marine and the Nation COMPLIMENTS OF CANTEEN DIVISION OF AUTOMATIC CANTEEN CO. OF AMERICA 246 BROADWAY GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK Telephone: CEnter 6-3010 Cable: GIMTELMACH Gimpel Machine Works, Inc. MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS Valves H. P. STEAM TURBINE TRIP BLEEDER CHECK SPECIAL MARINE VALVES Steam Strainer Desuperheaters Heat Exchangers Special Machinery 2335-45 N. SEVENTH STREET PHILADELPHIA 33, PA. KINGS POINT MACHINERY 439 BRYANT ST. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. RADIOMARINE SERVICE RCA SERVICE COMPANY A DIVISION OF RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA CAMDEN, N.J. 08101 Custom Plastic Compounding COMPOUNDING polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene, vinyls and other thermoplastics . . . SPECIAL KNOW-HOW with filled polymer of asbestos, talcs flame retardant rials . . . areas and mate- COMPLETE LABORATORIES providing the in quality control, matching, blending persion and u mity . . . finest color dis- lifor- JIM HOWARD Class of ' 48 HOWARD INDUSTRIES, nc. 310 SNYDER AVENUE BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N. J. 07922 Telephone: 201-464-5200 Teletype: 710-984-7964 ADDING A DIMENSION TO STUDENT DINING You did it, Class of ' 66 ! Congratulations ! We ' re proud to have served you and we all wish you chance! Bonne sante ! et Bon voyage! Lombard and 25th Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146 - i of Automatic Retailers of t THE CRAFTSMEN WHO CREATED YOUR FINE CLASS RING AND W. G. Pforr 55 Northern Boulevard Greenvale, Long Island YOUR BALFOUR REPRESENTATIVE SEND THEIR BEST WISHES AND CONGRATULATIONS ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS NORFOLK SHIPBUILDING DRYDOCK CORPORATION Foot of West Liberty Street Norfolk, Virginia FULL FIAT MARINE DIESEL SERVICE AWAITS YOUR VESSELS AT EVERY MAJOR PORT IN THE WORLD Fiat ranks among the world ' s leading producers of Diesels. The first Fiat Diesel was built in 1907. Now Fiat Marine Diesels are fitted to every type of vessel operating on all the oceans under every flag. ■ Any application requiring a two- or a four-stroke Diesel-from 300 h.p. up to the giant 900 S-can be satisfied by Fiat. Quality is guaranteed by three engineering departments and one of the FIAT GRANDI M0T0RI TURIN, ITALY REPRESENTATIVE. 500 FIFTH AVEh world ' s most ultra-modern research and testing laboratories. ■ Fiat understanding of your needs, backed by long experi- ence and dedication to excellence, offers an advantageous assurance of operating efficiency, maintenance of schedule, and vessel safety. ■ For sea power unsur- passed see Fiat. Remember Fiat ' s world-wide serv- ice. Let Fiat design for you in co-operation with you. NY. TELEPHONE 212 L0 5-7034 No.1 American-Flag Service To The MiddSe East CENTRAL GULFS NEW YORK One Whitehall St. WH 4-8250 NEW ORLEANS 225 Baronne St. 529-5461 HOUSTON 711 Fannin St. CA 4-6075 GALVESTON U.S. National Bank Building SO 3-5396 New Star in the Maritime Constellation i SS MORMACARGO first automated flag cargo liner built entirely in the U.S. Eloquently pointing the way into the pushbutton era of American maritime history is the new, steam turbo-driven, electronically-controlled SS MORMACARGO. One of a stellar company of six Constellation Class ships being built for Moore- McCormack Lines, Inc., this highly advanced vessel introduces into U. S. shipping a new order of speed, economy, efficiency and versatility in the handling and transportation of all cargo. Automated features include: bridge console for instant- response ship control and management by deck officers; engine room console for remote startup, operation and monitoring of major propulsion components; automatic tensioning mooring winch to provide constant tension under changing conditions; and bell logger and temperature scanner to record critical time- temperature-function sequences automatically. Ingalls- builder of the pacesetting SS MORMACARGO and her five sister ships -also designs and builds: Nuclear Con- ventional Submarines • Naval Vessels Auxiliaries • Passenger Liners • Tankers • Barges • Service Boats • Offshore Drilling Rigs. INGALLS SHIPBUILDING CORPORATION OB A Division of Litton Industries Pascagoula, Mississippi Congratulations and Best Wishes from A FRIEND JkdJiifrb feint, Ji» J ° GRADUATION DAY, 1966 TO OUR ADVERTISERS, „ f MIDSHIB but there is also another ™ for the MIDSH1 Fb y ds The graduation £j-££ intereSt you have £ »£J keeps everyone of you for tatag ft b yom ,»„ „g n „ (%- Randall J- Kopeny Advertising Manager [urning the pages of our book of experience reveals a long list of localities we have dutifully and satisfactorily served. The ENGRAV ATONE special method of producing better and economical college and school annuals needs no greater recommendation than the honest acclaim of the editors and staff members who have assisted in producing these books, year after year. We take pride in calling these faithful workers our friends and can truthfully say their untiring efforts and cooperation have made their own special annual consistently better each year. IN ACKNOWLEDGMENT The Class of 1966 has set many precedents while at the Academy, but the last one we shall always remember— a June graduation. Many things were overlooked in the turmoil of the early graduation, and Midships was one of these. Much credit must be given to Jim Shipman and his staff for their unceasing co-operation during those last hectic weeks. I would like to thank Jim for his patience and for the long hours he spent helping to complete the 1966 Midships. I would also like to thank Al Ballabio, our printer, for his endless help and suggestions. A great amount of work has fallen upon his shoulders in making final layouts for our yearbook, even after graduation. Thanks goes also to Bill Goldmacker for his many hours of last minute work in the photo lab as well as for his help and suggestions in preparing layouts for this book. Jim Havasy ' s co-operation was also greatly appreciated for his assistance in taking and printing the sports photos. Mr. Leventon also deserves much thanks for his splendid effort as our advertising agent. This edition of Midships attained a new high in advertisers. To my own staff I wish to express a hearty thanks for a job well done. Chuck Davis, the managing editor, is to be commended for his f ine work in developing the dedication and theme for our yearbook. LeRoy Montag Editor-in-Chief 36, A F, $ Wv Congratulations! ■xw-r A ' A - w I Tw w ' VVv WK 1 ' N59 46 39 | 46 6 ; 380 | • ' ' VVAWh -, w f welcome aboard 35 . International Organization si Masters, Mates «e Pilots America ' s Oldest and Largest Representative of Licensed Deck Officers - Founded in 1880 -Serving Members In Every Major Continental United States Port, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the Canal Zone. V, ' V " V ' It04 iOA 12 « 5 -tO 4 - no ,3 0 . W05 y S v ' 1 A-49 flR ,. « 8 «a • • • • Oh sleepless ocean, I long to be a part of thee; I must not tarry even one more day. Today I cast off not a memory: But with a vital part of me I pay. You are the goal of all the brooks and streams; So I do join the frontiers of a brighter day. My thirst for freedom was the maker of my dreams, My joys are built on sorrows of my yesterday. Now I depart— the past is to the future cast; And sorrow makes my soul with anguish stir. ' W . Farewell, though I do ache with longing for that past; A I join the sea, the mother who calls all tilings to her. • r As an arrow from the bow of life I fly, To seek a goal which I do not yet see And will not understand until I die, But one that God, or Fate, has planned for me. The stars of the sky guide my bow through the dawn, And play with the wake that in passing I leave. Though His hand takes my own, I will never be gone: I will always remember when in silence I grieve. As snow-capped ripples blend into the sea; So I enter the world and give what is me. Though just a mere drop to the ocean I give, She opens her arms and bids it to live. Tomorrow is born from the womb of today; Push off, my lads, the horizon does call. Welcome the sunrise that brings forth the day: The future has come— it beckons us all. DIETER W.RESSEL • •


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