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

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awx. .■«.1. .■«.uvlt., ,t■i. ,.Ml m THE UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY 1 iSimiWH ' M TO ATTRACT A HIGH TYPE OF YOUNG AMERICAN b f -9 WITH A DEFINITE AMBITION TO BECOME AN OFFICER IN THE UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE; I ■UH TO IMPART TO HIM THE NECESSARY ACADEMIC BACKGROUND b p-9AND THE FUNDAMENTALS OF A PRACTICAL NAUTICAL EDUCATION ESSENTIAL TO A SUCCESSFUL CAREER AT SEA; mmmmuBBamsmmm ■.,msmaHmmiri.mK;w.is miWMmi;.; TO DEVELOP A HIGH b f -3 SENSE OF HONOR, UPRIGHTNESS, AND LOYALTY; — " ' " •■ ' ' - " •• " tiiiiflliBRi -■ J. MEMORIAL CHAPEL SUNDAY MASS, . DAILY MASS CONFESSIONS BEFORE EACH MASS CHOIRTHURS:NEIMANCLUB2HD.4THTUESIS0 ' . PRQTESTAMT | SUNDAY SERVICE 1100, 1E0.C0MMU_MI0N063S 1 JEtRP -«ERVIC. ., , ■■.. .■■,..— ,..,ii....,..„,,..m„,n,i.r„i..,..,. TO INSTILL IN HIM A PRIDE IN HIS PROFESSION, b L.f9 AND A DETERMINATION TO UPHOLD THE TRADITIONS OF THE MERCHANT MARINE; " ■ " " ■ " " " " " " " ' " ' " " ' " — — ■. ' ' " ™ " ™ " ' . ■i II MMMiMW,»WMinMM«afa;t.M:: r.m . BY EFFECTIVE TEACHING, TRAINING, AND GUIDANCE, TO SEND HIM FORTH TO HIS CALLING WITH A DEEP RESPECT AND AFFECTION FOR THE UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY. . ;.;..::.:.. . .i.. .w.,«»« «, «,. 11 T ... II l- l ;lh .: 11 ,« THE MISSION OF THE UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY To attract a high type of young American with a definite ambi- tion to become an of- ficer in the United States Merchant Ma- rine; To impart to him the necessary academic background and the fundamentals of a practical nautical edu- cation essential to a successful career at sea; To develop in him a high sense of honor, uprightness, and loy- alty; To instill in him a pride in his profession, 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 re- spect and affection for the United States Mer- chant Marine Acad- emy. ifflflliirl ' iiv -Shi i- ' Ttaj The Regiment !J 5 VCj :Vi :m«mm. m»,m«i,«mm m«« bi of MIDSHIPMEN Proudly Presents . agfiaiaii S " mmmmmsm 196S MIDSHIPS THE LOG BOOK OF THE GRADUATING GLASS UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY KINGS POINT, NEW YORK 0 4s V i e 2 J cZ ' Ccit o ty ■.jiiEMMi:!. . I DEDICATION We of the Midships staff would hke to dedicate this, our Silver Anniversary Edition, in particular to the memory of John A. Bishop, a member of the Class of 1946, who lost his life when the S.S. Baton Rouge Victory, a ship on which he was First Assistant Engineer, was sunk in the Saigon River on 23 August, 1966, and in general to all Kings Point graduates who have lost their lives in the service of their countrv. JOHN A. BISHOP , ,irf - ' ' V f Lyndon B. Johnson President of the United States uMasmaiBauBaaamm maammm TO TUB » CS i- -- those Who h ' - ' - 5r : £---.3h Tie aosvei-s i,, ve - your f„-(. ■ ■ ' - not cnm . ' ' viii serve r f-- 21 ■t miMW ..»VWBMIMMMmaM1.MiaW«l.i. " ' ° ' ' " ' ' " ™ ' ' -° ' " ' ' ' °-™ " ..,«,»,.,„.„ . ' ■i ' li ' i ' fe ' . ' The Honorable C. R. Smith Secretary of Commerce 24 mmemmm M The Honorable Howard J. Samuels Under Secretary of Commerce 25 r opf;ce , ■ ■ He ADM,N, ' S RATOR i ' S t °S« ' =Mps ? i= tte p ' Si°f this filled ' The cn - y WelT i P ll- wishes fa ' ' ' uatinQ ri ° the iggn „ . for 2 , ' ited qj- Your ™ ' a spirit ° country is Acting itifle Gulick Administrator 27 tOM MIDSHIPS STAFF Editor-in-Chief _ Ken Warner Business Manager.- Bob Lewis Advertising Manager Jerry McClure Calendar Editor Herbie Brown Associate Editor Pete McCoy Officer-Adviser ...Cdr. Harry P. Hart, USMS SECTION EDITORS Administration and Faculty Jim Walker Graduates.. ...Herbie Brown Our Four Years Mike Murcllo and Paul Skripol Regiment ...Pete McCoy Activities Al Galik Sports Bill Dunn and Jeff Grant GENERAL STAFF Photography Bill Hamann, Bill Murphy, Jim Adamson, Ron Tremblay Copy Bill Prindiville, Gary Beilstein, Mike Shaffer, Don Rzasa Pilot Terry Parker Advertising... Bob Smith Calendar .Bob Smith, Paul Cain, Dick Power, Rex Wonnell Typists Paul Cain, Mike Horn, Al Reid Identification Warren Vandcnhoff, Rex Wonnell OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Photoreflex Studio Abraham Strauss, Manhasset STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHER Fred Black COLOR SEPARATIONS Crown Color Corporation Fox Lake, Illinois Picture opposite Page 160 Courtesy Texaco, Inc. Not Printed at Government Expense mmmmmmmmmaammmmm ■■Bl i ' lff ADMINISTRATION FACULTY rAC(Tl(il il jihAMCc iv " -■jaif ' T ' -■ ■ ' - A ► To enable the Acade- my to impart to each midshipman " the nec- essary academic back- round and the funda- mentals of a practical nautical education es- sential to a successful career at sea " , an ex- perienced staff of men is needed, who by their " effective teaching, training, and guid- ance, " are able to mold a class of new young plebes into competent officers in the Mer- chant Marine. These men, throughout this year, as in the past, have continued striv- ing toward the im- provement of the Academy and her mid- shipmen. mmsmmmm mmm amuamum Gordon McLintock Rear Admiral, USMS, Superintendent Victor E. Tyson, Jr. Captain, USMS, Assistant Superintendent 34 ;i ' ! ' ■■ ' , ' ;;■ jifti-i ■ smaammsum mamaaam 1 Janus Poppe Captain, USMS, Dean ■1 IP! Richard D. O ' Leary Captain, USMS, Regimental Officer CAPTAIN H. DRY, USN (RET.) lartment of Public Works COMMANDER MELVIN J. KOPPELSON, USMS Administrative Officer COMMANDER PAUL L. KRINSKY, USMS Assistant Dean COMMANDER CHARLES M. RENICK, USMS Director of Alumni Affairs and Placement Director COMMANDER EDWARD E. ELLISON, USMS Head, Department of Finance and Supply 37 WJ ' H COMMANDER HARRY P. HART, USMS Public Information Officer LIEUTENANT COMMANDER KENNETH A. GEARY, USMS Registrar and Educational Services Officer LIEUTENANT COMMANDER HERBERT N. BAKER, USMS Special Assistant to the Superintendent 38 2 2m£S S I E 9 u i LIEUTENANT COMMANDER ALAN B. VAN BUREN, USMS Assistant Head, Department of Public Works LIEUTENANT COMMANDER DONALD L. SCASSERR. , USMS Assistant Head Department of Finance and Supply LIEUTENANT ERNEST V. FALK, USMS Assistant Registrar and Educational Services Officer LIEUTENANT JUNIOR GRADE HAROLD G. LASHER, USMS Assistant to The Registrar MR. JAMES J. PINKMAN Sliips Service Officer 39 COMMANDER ERNEJiT V. NAU, USPHS Chief Medical Officer LIEUTENANT PAUL HELMAN, USPHS Medical Officer 40 LIEUTENANT COMMANDER WAYNE A. JENKINS, USPHS Cliief Dental Officer w iP if 1 W j$ Kf 1 w4 pB T jP B •N«it sT H LIEUTENANT COMMANDER J. WILLIAM BURNS, USPHS Dental Officer i l ?fp CAPTAIN ANTHONY L. GENDRON, CHC, USN Catholic Chaplain LIEUTENANT COMMANDER WILLIAM G. WTLLSON, CHC, USN Protestant Chaplain COMMANDER PAUL F. BRADLEY, CHC, USN Catholic Chaplain , Df« RABBI HIRSCH FREUND Jewish Chaplain CAPTAIN LAWHEXCE JARETT, USMS Head, Department of Maritime Law and Economics KariffiSaHiBIIIH CAPTAIN CHARLES W. FERRIS, USMS Head, Department of Humanities CAPTAIN JAMES W. LIEBERTZ, USMS Head, Department of Physical Training and Athletics CAPTAIN RAYMOND EISENBERG, USMS Head, Department of Shipboard Training COMMANDER EVERETT H. NORTHROP, USMS Librarian 43 •V ' ' ■)? kr ii f - m SAMUELS HALL •K STffl iS» p ;aiMjj S ' r- yft Front Row: Lt. W. Mc- Donald, CWO M. New- man, Capt. L. McCready, Head of Department, Cdr. C. Sandberg, Cdr. M. Gross. Second Row: CWO J. Antell, Lcdr. R. Wells, Lcdr. Ferenczy, CWO F. Smith. Third Rmv: CWO L. Sferazo, CWO N. Maronev, Lcdr. M. Hirschkowitz, CWO L. Malinoski, Lt. G. Kingsley, Lt. D. Paquet- te. Rack Row: Lcdr. G. Barnes, Lt. (jg) J. Gia- qiiinto, Cdr. S. Carlson, Capt. H. Travis, Lt. R. Panuska. HUMANITIES Front Row: Lcdr. A. Davies, Lt. R. Bardot, Lt. J. Gitman, Cdr. C. Ferris, Head of Depart- ment. Second Row: Lt. S. Omeltchenko, Lt. A. Arnold, Lt. M. Szaluta, Cdr. W. Flint. Back Row: Lcdr. F. Poos, Lcdr. A. Norton. BOWDITCH HALL 48 O ' HARA HALL NAVAL SCIENCE Front Rotv: GMGl S. Kowalski, SMC J. De- Pena, GMGC W. Boling, Cdr. W. Flannery, Head of Department, QMC C. Scheffler, YN2 M. Tre- fan. Back Row: Lt. R. Chavez, Lt. J. Ognibene, Lt. J. Enrud, Lt. F. Buckley, Lt. (jg) C. Kett- lewell. 50 CAPTAIN RAYMOND EISENBERG, USMS Shipboard Training Co-ordinator CAPTAIN SHERMAN W. REED USMS Academy Training Representative ' New York, N. Y. CAPTAIN RICHARD H. O ' CONNELL USMS Academy Training Representative San Francisco, Calif. Promt Row: Mrs. J. Schwartz, Miss L. Haviland, Miss J. Rosicki. Back Row: Miss S. Cramer, Lcdr. E. Northrop, Miss A. McCartliy. (Hf U Am rira It Buh Jor Mn Knh (Uliat Up Ifst (Eanimt ' aisaoiasBaaamM GRADUATES r m f •%) ' » ' " •1% ' B It is now June, 1968, and after four years of hard work another class is ready to leave Kings Point for the last time. Having acquired " a deep respect and af- fection for the United States Merchant Ma- rine Academy, " the class of 1968 is able to ring up the final command of Academy Life, " F.W.E. " CLASS OFFICERS Class Officers are the men, elected by the class each year, to represent the class, and to co-ordinate its activities. Plebe year officers are concerned with such things as the selection of a ring design, a picnic or party at the end of the year, and the recognition of the plebes as Fourth Classmen. The Second Class officers are primarily concerned with tlie reception of rings, and the Ring Dance. During First Class year, the officers are responsible for the Hundred Night s Dance, announcements and invitations, and many of the other details of graduation week. In addition to the above, the class officers are responsible through- out the year for the best interests of the class, and represent the class in all dealings with the administration tliat are not directly concerned witli die running of the regiment. In this last function, the class is ably guided by Uieir class advisor. FIRST CLASS YEAR ADVISOR SECOND CLASS YEAR ADVISOR Commander Thomas H. Giddings, USMS Commander William I. Flannery, USN 4 MARK C. CHRISTIANSEN Class President Plebe Year THOMAS E, FIEDLER Class President Second Class Year 58 811 DOUGLA S B. NEEL Class President First Class Year RICHARD B. ROGERS Class Secretary-Treasurer First Class Year % BERNARD T. HAN ' SON Class Vice President First Class Year mum REGIMENTAL STAFF ..Mm.. John M. Randolph, Regimental Senior Watch Officer; Richard I. Dotts, Regimental Com- missary Officer; Peter A. Eastman, Regimental First Lieutenant; Jim C. Teague, Regimental Executive Officer; Alfred P. Jump, Regimental Commander; Clinton D. Robertson, Regimental Aide; Robert N. Casamassina, Regimental Training Officer; John D. Pavia, Regimental Intra- murals Officer; Walter E. Walus, Regimental Welfare Officer. ' • ' - " " " ' " " — " CAPT. RICHARD D. O ' LEARY, USMS Regimental Officer ALFRED P. JUMP Regimental Commander JIM C. TEAGUE Regimental Executive Officer 61 IIIL- JBA FIRST BATTALION STAFF i i;- ' ' it ' ■. I ' ' .(111. I. r, i;,, It, ill. 11, 111 t I.h Ml, n.iiil; Julin I " , lllnxnni, BalLilmii Sruior Wutcli Olliccr; Harold L. ElKv.ingcr, Battalion Executive Officer; Roliert C. Lewis, Battalion Com- mander; Kenneth J. Lyons, Battalion Aide; Francis J. Carroll, Battalion Training Officer; James M. Todd, Battalion Commissary Officer; Robert J. McClure, Battalion Welfare Officer. 62 Wi i LCDR. FRANCIS A. LITCHFIELD, USMS First Battalion Officer ROBERT C. LEWIS First Battalion Commander LT. RAYNER ACH, USMS Assistant First Battalion Officer HAROLD L. ELL W ANGER First Battalion Executive Ofiicer 63 . FIRST COMPANY STAFF Donald S. Clark, First Platoon Contmander; Michael A. Murello, Company Executive Officer; James E. Taylor, Company Commander; Terrence L. Moorhcad, Guidon Petty Officer; Joseph R. English, Second Platoon Commander. Back: Gregory L. Brockdorf, Chief Petty Officer. 64 x JAMES E. TAYLOR First Company Commander MICHAEL A. MURELLO First Company Executive Officer 65 GREGORY L. BROCKDORF BROCK Trufant, Michigan CHIEF PETTY OFFICER 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Commerce, S.S. Flying Enter- prise, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Pennsyl- vania Sun, Sun Oil Company. VOYAGES: Azores, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Pana- ma, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain. HERBERT EARL BROWN, JR. Tarboro, North Carolina DRILL TEAM CHIEF PETTi ' OFFICER 68-162 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Eagle Scouts Society, Regi- mental Dance Committee, Protestant Choir, Automotive Interest Club, Bowlmg League, Ski Club, Camera Club, Weightlifters Club, Martial Arts Association, Hobby Shop, Drill Team, Intramurals, SEA DUTY; S.S. Harr - Culbreath, S.S. Margaret Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Gulf Farmer, Gulf South American Steamship Company; S.S. Texaco New York, Texas Oil Company; M.V. Ta- mara Guilden, Transport Commercial Corporation. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Haiti, Israel, Jordan, Nether- lands, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela. 66 DONALD S. CLARK TWIGGY West Palm Beach, Florida PLATOON COMMANDER 68-162 ACADEMY RECORD: Paramariners, Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Cross Country, Track. SEA DUTY: S.S. Dick Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Del Oro, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc.; S.S. Prudential Seajet, Prudential Lines, Inc.; S.S, Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Bahamas, Dutch West Indies, French West Africa, Ghana, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Liberia, Libya, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Reptiblic of the Congo, Spain, Turkey, Venezuela, Vietnam. JOSEPH R. ENGLISH PAPA JOE Bordentown, New Jersey PLATOON COMMANDER 68-162 ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club, Bridge Club. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Courier, S.S. Independence, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Elisa, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pennsylvania Sun, Sun Oil Company; S.S. Pioneer Mart, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES; Azores, Chile, Ecuador, France, Hong Kong, Japan, Nationalist China, Panama, Peru, Phihppines, Puerto Rico, Spain, Virgin Islands, West Indies. jmmiammiamm u WILLIAM HARRIS BURKE, JR. STONEY Trumbull, Connecticut MUSTERING PETTY OFFICER Polaris, Catholic Cho ACADEMY RECORD: Windjammers. SEA DUTY: S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormaclake, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Challenger, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. American Courier, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil. France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Kenya, Portugese East Africa, Republic of South Africa, South West Africa, Spain, Tanganyika, Tanzania, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Vene- zuela, Zanzibar. RAYMOND JOSEPH BYRNES San Jose, California MUSTERING PETTY OFFICER 68-162 ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club, Stella Maris Guild, Trident Club, Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Rowing, Intraniurals. SEA DUTY: U.S.N.S. Daniel I. Sultan, Military Sea Trans- portation Service; S.S. Hawaii, States Steamship Com- pany; S.S. Philippine Bear, Pacific Far East Line, VOYAGES: Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Okinawa. ROBERT COLONEL FEATHERER KENNETH EUGENE FORISTER Carney ' s Point, New Jersey FIRST BATTALION FIRST LIEUTENANT 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Bridge Club, Drill Team, Intraniurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Agent, American Export-Isbrandt- sen Lines; S.S. Pioneer Ming, United States Lines Com- pany, Inc.; S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormacdrago, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Barbara, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Azores, Colombia, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, Greece, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Japan, Morocco, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Alrica, Spain, Turkey, Venezuela. Jackson, Mississippi SQUAD LEADER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: International Relations Council, Pro- testant Choir, Automotive Interest Club, Marlinspike Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Letitia Lykes, S.S. Zoella Lykes, S.S. John Lykes, S.S. Kenneth McKay, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Del Rio, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc.; S.S. Australian Surf, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Walter Rice, Reynolds Metals Company. VOYAGES: Angola, Australia, Dominican Republic, France, Britain, Haiti, Italy, Japan, Nationalist China, Netherlands pubhc of the Congo, Senega Yugoslavia. Belgium, Congo Republic, Germany, Ghana, Great Korea, Lebanon, Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico, Re- , Tahiti, Turkey, Vietnam, 67 JOHN RICHARD GALLAGHER BROWNIE Bayside, New York EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, Hear This 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD; Hear This, Regimental Dance Com- mittee, Newman Club, Stella Maris Guild, Midshipman Alumni Council, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. African Sun, Fairell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Exiria, S.S. Export Champion, American Export-Isbrandt- sen Lines. VOYAGES: Eg Tpt, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mozambique, Midway Island, Nation- alist China, Pakistan, Panama, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, Spain, Turkey. JEFFREY ALLEN HAAS JEFF North Bend, Oregon ACADEMY RECORD; Debate Council, Arts and World Affairs Committee, Varsity Club, Swimming, Intramurals. SEA DUTY; S.S. Santa Adela, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. M.. I. Dant, States Steamship Company; S.S. President Arthur, American President Lines, Ltd. VOY. GES; Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Nationalist China, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Pern, Singapore, Spain. A FIRST COMPANY CREGAN JOHN HOWARD CKEG Seattle, ashingloii 68-162 ACADEMY RECORD; Hear This, Bridge Club, Varsity Club, Martial Arts Association, Honor Star, Sea Year Rili- bon. Football, Rowing, Intramur;ils. SEA DUTY; S.S. Ohio, States Steamship Company; S.S. Santa Juana, S.S. Santa Flavia, S.S. Santa Adela, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Philippine Mail, American Mail Lines. VOYAGES; C:anadii. Ilouj; Kong, Japan. Koiea. ' WILLIAM JAMES HEFFERNAN BILL Wantagh, Nc SQUAD LEADER ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity i 6S-165 skelball, BowUnt ' , Inti-ar lals SEA DUTY: S.S. Seajet, Prudential Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Traveler, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Export Ambassador, American E.xport-Isbrandtsen Lines. OYAGES: France, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Iceland, Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines, Scotland, Spain, Turkey. PHILIP JAMES KITCHENS HITCH Arlington, Virginia 68-165 DriU Team, ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Polar. Swimming, Rowing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Flying CUpper, S.S. E.xport Courier, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. African Sun, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Crusader, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Aruba, Azores, Curacao, Egypt, Ethiopia, Greece, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Jamaica, Japan, Libya, Mozam- bique, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, South West Africa, Spain, Turkey, Venezuela, Vietnam. I ERNEST THOMAS KATSAMPES TACIO Reseda, California 68-162 .VCADEMY RECORD: .Martial Arts Association. SEA DUTY: S.S. Golden Bear, S.S. California Bear, PaciBc Far East Line; S.S. C. E. Dant, States Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, NationaUst China, Okinawa, Philippines, Thailand. DEAN FREDERICK KEHMEIER Denver, Colorado EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, Polaris 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Debate Coimcil, Math Club, Weightlifters Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Wrestling, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: U.S.N.S. General Hugh J. Gaftey, MiUtary Sea Transportation Service; S.S. President Lincoln, American President Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Guam, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Philippines, Vietnam. 69 m 6S-162 WILLIAM H. KIRCHNER WILLY Wilniinglon, Delaware SQUAD LEADER ACADEMY RECORD; Varsity Club, Teimis. SEA DUTY: S.S. Flying Eagle, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. African Mercury, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Prudential Seajet, Prudential Lines, Inc.; S.S. Sa nta Paula, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Ethiopia, Greece, Haiti, Hong Kong, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Mozambique, Na- tionalist China, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, Spain, Turkey, Venezuela, Vietnam. JON ALLAN KRANZLER JON Santa Susana, California MUSTERING PETTY OFFICER 68-162 ACADEMY RECORD: Protestant Choir, Christian Council, Bowling League, Weightlifters Club, Hobby Shop, Cross Countr -, Intramurals. SE. DUTY: S.S. President Taylor, S.S. President Buchanan, S.S. President Madison, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. California Bear, Pacific Far East Line; S.S. Hawaiian Legislator, S.S. Hawaiian Craftsman, Matson Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Egypt, France, Guam, Hong Kong, Italy, India, Japan, Kwajelein, Malaysia, Mexico, National- ist China, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Vietnam. 70 KENNETH JAMES LYONS PENGUIN Alexandria, Virginia FIRST BATTALION AIDE 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Bearings, Band, Intramur.ils. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Catalina, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Exilr.na, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; ' S.S. Ameri- can Racer, S.S. Pioneer Moon, United States Lines Com- pany, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Ecuador, Egypt, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Mexico, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, PhiUppines, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Tunisia, Viet- nam. TERRENCE LINTER MOORHEAD Silver Spring, Maryland GUIDON PETTY OFFICER 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Regimental Dance Com- mittee, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Bridge Club, Cadet Council. SEA DUTY: S.S. President Garfield, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Mormacaltair, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Dawn, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Catalina, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYACFS; Aiiu ' mIi. BflEinm, Ceylon, Chile, Denmark, luii.ulnr, i:i; pl. Fniliirul, Fiance, Hong Kong, Iceland, In- (ii.i, It.iU. luLiii. Kiinj, Korea, Malaysia, Mozambique, N.Uiun.di l (luu.i. .N ' llhiilands, Norway, Panama, Peru, Poland, Republic of South Africa, Ryukyu Islands, Singa- pore, South West Africa, Sweden, Tanganyika, Zanzibar, HH idi - V " . ' ' ■, 0 C MICHAEL KELLY LAWSON ROBERT CHARLES LEWIS Hampton, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Debate Council, Trident Club, Ski Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Varsity Club, Sailing. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacisle, S.S. Mormacrigel. Moore- McComiack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pioneer Mist, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S, Constitution, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Algeria, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, Dominican Republic, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Spain. Sweden, UrnguaN, Venezuela. East Haven, Connecticut FIRST BATTALION COMMANDER 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Bearings, Weightlifters Club, Command Board, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacscan, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Hayes, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. African Da-wn, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. S.inta Mag- dalcna, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Ceylon, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Fr.ince, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Pa- kistan, Peru, Poland, Republic of South .Africa, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Vatican. 40 JAMES ADAM MUCCI GUINEA Bethel Park, Pennsylvania SQUAD LEADER 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Polaris, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Resolute, S.S. American Chief- tain, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. President Adams, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Australiam Isle, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, Belgium, Cylon, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, Korea, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Na- tionalist China, Netherlands, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Singapore, Spain, Tahiti. MICHAEL ANTHONY MURELLO NORTON Virginia Beach, Virginia FIRST COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Ring Committee, Ring Dance Committee, Stella Maris Guild, Newman Club, Catholic Choir, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. President Hayes, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormaclynx, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Magdalena, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Ceylon, Colombia, Denmark. Ecuador, Egypt, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Mada- gascar, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Poland, Republic of South Africa, Sin japore, South West Africa, Spain, Sweden, Tanganyika, Zanzibar. 71 WILLIAM FRANCIS MURPHY Willimansctt, Massachusetts SQUAD LEADER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Arts and World Affairs Committee, Regimental Dance Committee, Newman Club, Swimming, Intramurals. SEA DUTY; S.S. Pioneer Mill, S.S. American Shipper, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Mercedes, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Agent, American Export- Isbrandtseii Lines. VOYAGES: Azores, Colombia, Cyprus, Ecuador, France, Gemiany, Greece, Haiti, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malta, Morocco, Panama, Peru, Spain, Turkey. CHAS BEVERLY PEARSON CHAS Derry, New Hampshire ACADEMY RECORD: Martial Arts Association, Saibng. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Forwarder, S.S. American Champion, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Ex- chester, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Rita, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Buchanan, American President Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Canada, Ceylon, Chile, Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Yugoslavia. FIRST COMPANY DENNIS R. ROBERTS DINK Santa Ana, California BAND MUSTERING PETTY OFFICER 6S-162 Club. 72 ACADEMY RECORD: Radio Club, Weightlifl Varsity Club, Band, Track, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. J. L. Hanna, Cluvron Shippin. (: .nii):un: S.S. Korea Dear, Pacific Far East Line; S.S. Sanl:i Adela, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Ilaw:iii, States SU-aniship Company. VOYAGES; Can;ida, Colombia, Cosla Rie;i, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatamala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Janiaiea. J;ipan, Mexico, Nicaragua, Philippines, Trinid;ul, Venezuela. Kjaiaamammm ROBERT RANDOLPH PEARSON Malvern, Pennsylv 68-165 SQUAD LEADER ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Protestant Choir, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Math Club, Sailing Association, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Manufacturer, S.S. American Commander, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Mormacargo, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Lucia, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Eastern Sun, Sun Oil Company. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Germany, Great Britain, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Peru, Poland, Scotland, Sweden. JOHN HAMILTON PIGOTT DJ. Vo kto ' n Heights, New York 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Sailing. SEA DUTY ' ; S.S. Express, . merican Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Mariana, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Brazil, S.S. Mormacrigel, Moore-McComiack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Gulf Prince, Gulf Oil Corporation. VOYAGES: . rgtnlina, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Colom- bia, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Nationalist China, Nethcilands. Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Poland, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Trinidad, Turke , Uruguay, Virgin Islands. JAMES EDWARD TAYLOR TAILS Staten Island, New York FIRST COMPANY COMMANDER 68-162 ACADEMY RECORD: Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Band, Rowing. SEA DUTY: S.S. Robin Sherwood, S.S. Mormacrigel. Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Independance, Ameri- can Export-Isbrandtsen Lints; S.S. American Challenger, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Azores, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Morocco, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Uganda. ELLIOTT E. WOODS WOODSIE SQUAD LEADER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Protestant Choir, Automotive Inter- est Club, Trident Club, Paramariners, Camera Club, Gym- nastics, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. E. port Challenger, S.S. Independence, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormaccape, S.S. Mormacaltair, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pioneei Myth, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Mercedes, Grace Lines, Inc. ' OYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canary Islands, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Gibraltar, Greece, Haiti, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Libya, Madeira Islands, Morocco, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Tunisia, Tur- ke , Uruguay. 73 SECOND COMPANY STAFF Joliii K. MastiupiL-tro, First Platoon Coiimuuidcr, Harvey J. T. Mott, Company Executive Officer; Lawrence J. O ' Neill, Company Commander; David W. Aldrich, Guidon Petty Officer; Ray B. Beeson, Second Platoon Commander. Back: John S. Macaulay, Chief Petty Officer. 74 LAWRENCE J. O ' NEILL Second Company Commander HARVEY J. T. MOTT Second Company Executive Officer PK " " 75 BURNIS SYLVESTER ACUFF DAVID WILLIAM ALDRICH Charleston, South Carolina COLOR GUARD CAPTAIN 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD; Newman Club, Automotive Interest Club, Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Color Guard, Wrestling, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Marjorie Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Del Valle, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc. VOYAGES; Cameroon, Dahomey, France, French West Africa, Germany, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mozambique, Netherlands, Nigeria, Poland, Republic of South Africa, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Tanganyika, Tanzania, Zanzibar. East Meadow, Ne ACADEMY RECORD; Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Pilot, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. President Adams, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. African Mercury, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Egypt, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, Madagascar. t FRANCIS J. CARROL FRANK Lake Ronkonkoma, New York FIRST BATTALION TRAINING OFFICER G8-I62 ACADEMY RECORD: SaiUng. SEA DUTY; S.S. Flying Trader, S.S. Constitution, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Gulf Prince, Gulf Oil Cor- poration; S.S. Pioneer Contender, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Canary Islands, Ceylon, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, French SomaUa, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Nationalist China, Panama, Philipijincs, Portugal, Ryukyu Islands, Sudan, Vatican. 76 ROBERT NICHOLAS CASAMASSINA CASS Brooklyn, New Y ' ork REGIMENTAL TRAINING OFFICER 68-162 .ACADEMY RECORD; Debate Council, Regimental Dance Committee, Ring Dance Committee, Drill Team, Intra- murals. SEA DUTY; S.S. Export . dvcnturer, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Western Sun, Sun Oil Company; S.S. Pioneer Minx, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines Inc. VOYAGES: Azores. Cyprus, France, Greece, Haiti, Hong Kong, Isiael, Italy, Jamaica, J.ipan, Morocco, N.ltionalist China, Panama, Philippines, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, Korea, Netherlands Antilles, Venezuela. c RAY BURTON BEESON, U RAY Denver, Colorado PLATOON COMMANDER 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, Prot- estant Choir, Christian Council, Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Wrestling, Gymnastics, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. J. L. Hanna, Standard Oil Company; S.S. Hawaii, States Steamship Company; S.S. Philippine Bear, Pacific Far East Line. VOYAGES: Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, Phihppines, Vietnam. JOHN ESTEL BLOXOM BULLY Pocomoke, Maryland FIRST BATTALIOX WATCH OFFICER 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Debate Council, Regimental Dance Committee, Weightlifters Club, Gymnastics, Track, Intra- murals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Robin Sherwood, S.S. Mormacargo, Moore-McConnack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Banner, Ameri- can Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Texaco Xew York, Texas Oil Company; S.S. American Press, United States Lines Company, Inc. ' OYAGES: Ascension Island, Belgium, Derunark, Finland, Great Britain, Greece, Libya, Kenya, Netherlands, Nor- way, Panama, Republic of South Africa, Scotland, Sweden, Tanganyika, Tanzania, Turkey. ] RICHARD IRWIN DOTTS MCK Las Vegas, Nevada REGIMENTAL COMMISSARY OFFICER ACADEMY RECORD: niittee. Trident Club, Glee Club, Reg: Sailing, Intramura ntal Da 6S-I64 e Com- SEA DUTY: S.S S.S. Mormac va M. M. Dant, States Steamship Company; Moore-McComiack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina. Brazil, Honduras, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Dutch West Indies, Ecuador, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay. Peru, Philippines, Thailand, Trinidad, Uruguay, Vietnam. WILLIAM JOSEPH DUNN BELL Hollis, New York MUSTERING PETTY OFFICER 68-162 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Regimental Dance Com- mittee, Rmg Dance Committee, Stella Maris Guild, Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Cross Counto ' , Track, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Independence, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Gulf Crest, Gulf Oil Company, S.S. Pioneer Moon. S.S. American Rover, S.S. American Crusader, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc. " OY. ' GES: Barbados, Belgium, Curacao, France, Germany, Great Britain, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Martinique, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, Venezuela, Virgin Islands. 77 PETER ANDREW EASTMAN REGIMENTAL FIRST LIEUTENANT 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Weightlifters Club, Martial Arts Association. SEA DUTY: U.S.N. S. Daniel 1. Sultan, Military Sea Transportation Service; S.S. Hawaii, States Steamship Company: S.S. President Jackson, S.S. President A:thur, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. H. D. Collier, Standard Oil Company. VOYAGES: Cevl l;r sia. Okinawa Spain, Vietnam. ti. Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Ma- Pakistan, Pan.ama, Philippines. Singapore. HAROLD L. ELLWANGER HARRY Harrington, Delaware FIRST BATTALION EXECUTIVE OFFICER 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Weightlifter ' s Club, Band, Com- mand Board, Fencing Club, Intramurals. United States Lines Farrell Lines, Inc.; ; S.S. Gulf Supreme, SEA DUTY: S.S. American Courier, Company, Inc.; S.S. African Dawn, S.S. Santa Catalina, Grace Lines, Inc Gulf Oil Corporation. VOYAGES: Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Panama, Peru, Republic of South Africa, Tanganyika, Tanzania, Zanzibar. JEFFREY ERIC GRANT GRUNT Seattle, Washington CHIEF PETTY OFFICER 68-162 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Debate Council, Eagle Scouts Society, Ring Dance Committee, Radio Club, Bridge Club, Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Sports Publicity, Cadet Council, Rowing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Washmgton MaU, American Mail Line, Ltd.; S.S. Santa Juana, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. New York, States Steamship Company, VOYAGES: Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia, El Sal- vador, Ecuador, Guatamala, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Nationalist China, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Philippines. A § SECOND COMPANY KjiOBam i ca ROBERT RIAN FAUCETT SPIGOT Marinette, Wisconsin 8-162 ACADEMY RECORD: Sid Club, Weightlifters Club, Var- sity Club, Rowing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Gulf Farmer, Gulf South American Steamship Company; S.S. Dolly Turman, Lyices Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Australian Gem, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Racer, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, French Poly-nesia, Germany, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Vietnam. ANDREW JOHN GIOVENCO ANDY Fort Lauderdale, Florida MUSTERING PETTY OFFICER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club, Bowling League, So- ciety- of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Color Guard, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Tyson Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Green Ridge, Central Gulf Steam- ship Corporation; S.S. Edward B. Greene, Cleveland Cliffs Iron Company. VOYAGES: Aden, Azores, Bermuda, Greece, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jorda Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Turkey. Egypt, Ethiopia, Morocco, MICHAEL DENNIS HADO DAWN PILOT McKeesport, Pennsylvania GUIDON PETTY OFFICER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, Stella Maris Guild, Automotive Interest Club, Scholastic Star, Intramurals. United States Lines Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Guli Supreme, SEA DUTY: S.S. American Courier, Company, Inc.; S.S. African Dawn, S.S. Santa Catalina, Grace Lines. Inc. Gulf Oil Corporation. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Chile, Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Kenya, Panama, Peru, Republic of South Africa, Tanganyi- ka, Tanzania. 79 L JOHN MONROE HOTALING WILD HOAT Otego, New York SQUAD LEADER 68-162 ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Automotive Interest Club, Band. SEA DUTY: S.S. Exford, American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines; U.S.N.S. General William O. Darby, Military Sea Transportation Service; S.S. Pioneer Minx, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Mormacaltair, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark, Egypt, Ethiopia, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Pakistan, Philip- pines, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Sweden. i DENIS SCOTT JEWETT OGIVE Walerford, Connecticut SQUAD LEADER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD; Bridge Club, Gymnastics. SEA DUTY: S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormaclake, S.S. Mormacaltair, Moore-McConnack Lines. Inc.; S.S. American Contender, S.S. Pioneer Cove, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Costa Rica, Den- mark, Dutch West Indies, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Ire- land, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Netheriands, Xonvay, Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, Scotland, South West Africa, Sweden, Tanzania, Uruguay, Venezuela, Zanzibar. SECOND COMPANY s JOHN SCOTT MACAULAY MAC San Francisco, California CHIEF PETTY OFFICER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club, Parama- riners, Wcightlifters Club, Martial Arts Association, Intra- murals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Washington, States Steamship Comp.iny; S.S. Monnactide, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. M. M. Lombardi, Chevron Shipping Company. VOYAGES; Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Hong Kong, Japan, Panama, Pera, Philippines, Thailand, Trini- dad, Vcnezuchi, ' ietnam. 80 JHn Q ll| k A. PRESTON JUMP, JR. PRES Mobile, Alabama REGIMENTAL COMMANDER 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Society Of Naval Archi- tects and Marine Engineers, Varsity Club, Command Board, G innastics, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Sue Lykes, S.S. Ruth Lykes, S.S. Dolly Tumian, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Del Oro, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc.; M.V. New Yorker, Sea-Land Service, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Algeria, Congo Republic, Ghana, Italy, Ivory Coast, Japan, Liberia, Libya, Morocco, Panama, Puerto Rico, Republic of the Congo, Spain, Thailand, Vietnam. RICHARD W. KLING DUCK Massapequa, Ne York 68-164 Interest Club, Rowing, SQUAD LEADER ACADEMY RECORD: Auto Intramurals. SEA DUTY S.S. African Sun, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Exiria, S.S. Export Champion, American Export Isbrandt- sen Lines. VOYAGES: Cyprus, Eg ' pt, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Midway Island, Mozambique, Nationalist Chma, Pakistan, Panama, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, Spain, Turkey, ] JOHN MASTROPIETRO GOODY South Plainfield, New Jersey PLATOON ::OMMANDER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Paramariners, WeightUfters Club, Cadet Council, Rowing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY ' : S.S. Exiria, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Margarita, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormaclake, Moore-McComiack Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Comman- der, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Italy, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Venezuela, Y ' ugoslavia. ROBERT JEROME McCLURE JERRY Kansas City, Missouri FIRST BATTALION WELFARE OFFICER 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Regimental Dance Com- mittee, Paramariners, Society of Nar-al Architects and Marine Engineers, Band, Swimming, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Vehna Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Del Santos, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc. VOY ' AGES: Barbados, Brazil, Japan, Mozambique, Republic of South Africa, Tanzania, Trinidad, Vietnam. 81 n ' HARVEY J. T. MOTT HARV Aberdeen, Washington SECOND COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Dance Committee, Automotive Interest Club, Bowling League, Trident Club, Camera Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Martial Arts Association, Color Guard, Bowling, Intra- murals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Arizona, States Steamship Company; S.S. Korea Bear, Pacific Far East Line; S.S. Santa Juana, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Thai- land, Vietnam. EUGENE CHARLES NIEMI GEETER Gibbslown, New Jersey COLOR GUARD CHIEF PETTY OFFICER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Color Guard, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Constitution, American Export-Isbrandlsen Lines; S.S. Robin Goodfeliow, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Arthur, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Santa Mercedes, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Azores, Ceylon, Colombia, France, Haiti, Hong Kong, India. Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, Morocco, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, Spain. TERRY L. PARKER TERRY Arlington, Virginia BAND CHIEF PETTY OFFICER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Dance Committee, Automotive Interest Club, Weightlifters Club, Band, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. President Jackson, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Prudential Oceanjet, Prudential Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Egypt, France, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Panama, Singapore, Spain, Turkey, Vietnam. JOHN D. PAVIA JOHN Napa, California REGIMENTAL INTRAMURAL OFFICER ACADEMY RECORD: Debate Council, New Rowing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Juana, Gr.icc Lines, Sierra, Matson Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, Canada, Chile, Colombi El Salvador, Mexico, New Zealand, P.mama, I 68-164 1 Club, Ecuador, II, Samoa. 82 I la S I c LAWRENCE JOSEPH O ' NEILL, JR. BUDDAII Braintrce, Massachusetts SECOND COMPANY COMMANDER 68-162 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Ring Dance Committee, Martial Arts Association, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Ex- chester, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Courier, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Dutch West Indies, El Salvador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Haiti, Italy, Jamaica, Madagascar, Portugal, South West Africa, Spain, Tan- ganyika, Tanzania, Trinidad, Venezuela, Yugoslavia. KENNETH ROBERT PAGANO RHINO Richmond Hill, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, Auto- motive Interest Club, Scholastic Star, Golf, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacscan, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Hayes, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. African Dawn, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Ceylon, Denmark, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Jap.in, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, Spain, Sweden. CLINTON DELAHAY ROBERTSON JR. ROBBIE Clayton, Delaware REGIMENTAL AIDE 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Broadcast Unit, Eagle Scouts Society, Newman Club, Trident Club, Camera Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Bay, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Keystoner, S.S. Keytrader, Keystone Tankship Company, Inc.; S.S. Brazil. S.S. Mormacvega, Moore- McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Corsair, United States Lines Company, Inc.; U.S.N.S. General Alexander M. Patch, Military Sea Transportation Service. VOYAGES: Argentina, Azores, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Libya, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Puerto Rico, Spain, Sweden, Trmidad, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Virgin Islands. RICHARD R. RYALLS DICK Algonac, Michiga SQUAD LEADER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Christian Council, Automotive Inter- est Club, Weightlifters Club, Martial Arts Association, Band, Hobby Shop, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: Isbrandtsei S.S. Walt. S.S. Exbrook, S.S. Extavia, Ann s; S.S. Santa Isabel, Graci Sterling, Cleveland Cliffs I: VOYAGES: Belgium, Canada, Chile, Colomb Republic, Ecuador, France, Germany, Haiti, Italy, Martin ique, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Spain, Venezuela. can Export- Lines, Inc.; 1 Company. Dominican 83 WILLIAM JAMES SEMBER DAVE Sliarpsville, Pennsylvania 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Regimental Dance Com- mittee, Ring Committee, Automotive Interest Club, Para- mariners, Bridge Club, Weightlifters Club, Color Guard, Baseball, Intr, SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Maria, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Bay, S.S. Atlantic, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. American Racer, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Azores, Belgium, Bermuda, Chile, Colombia, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, Italy, Libya, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Venezuela. JIM C. TEAGUE TURK Bitcly, Michigan REGIMENTAL E.XECUTIVE OFFICER 6S-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Catholic Choir, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Radio Club, Weightlifters Club, Band, Command Board, Intra- murals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Monnaclake, S.S. Robin Sherwood, Moore-McConnack Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Tyler, Ameri- can President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. American Commander, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Ceylon, Egypt, France, Great Britain, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Panama, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, South West Africa, Uruguay. SECOND COMPANY KENNETH HANFORD WARNER West Haven, Connecticut EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, Midships 68-163 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Hear This, Bcarinus, Eagle Scouts Society, Regimental Dance Conunittee, Ring Dance Committee, Stella Maris Guild, Newman Club, Society of Naval Architects and Miirine Engineers, Math C:inb, Cheerleaders, Midshipman Alunmi Council, Intiamurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Moor, S.S. Amcriran Cors;iir. United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Moruuiccove, Moore-McConnack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belginr Britain. Ilong K Netherlands. Panav Denmark, Finland, Germany, Grea t L», Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, Norway, Philipijines, Sweden. B JOHN ALLAN THOMAS SNAKE Canastola, New York 68-164 ACADEMY REORD: Automotive Interest Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Catalina, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Robin Goodfellow, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Rover, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. E.vbrook, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Ecuador, France, Italy, Mada- .gascar, Morocco, Mozambique, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Republic of South Africa, South West Africa, Spain, Yugoslavia. JAMES MICHAEL TODD HUD Virginia Beach, Virginia FIRST BATTALION COMMISSARY OFFICER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Regimental Dance Committee, Ring Committee, Automotive Interest Club, Bridge Club, Color Guard, Ship ' s Service Council, Football, Intramurals, SEA DUTY: S.S. President Adams, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. American Resolute, S.S. American Chieftain, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Aus- tralian Isle, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, Belgium, Ceylon, Egypt, France, French Polynesia, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Nationalist China, Nether- lands, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Singapore, Spain. FREDDIE BAZELL WILSON, HI CRAZY FRED Mojave, California SQUAD LEADER 68-164 ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Automotive Interest Club, Track, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacrey, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Polk, American President Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Argentina, BoUvia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colom- bia, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Venezuela, Trinidad, Uruguay. JAMES R. WILSON Trevose, Pennsylva nia SQUAD LEADER 68-162 ACADEMY RECORD: Weightlifters Association, Baseball. Club Martial Arts SEA DUTY: S.S. American Pilot, S.S. American Contender, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. President Jack- son, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Atlantic, Ameri- can Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Azores, Ceylon, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Monaco, Nationabst China, Panama, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Turkey. 85 SECOND BATTALION STAFF I ■ L I Harold W. Abair, Battalion Training Officer, Thomas E. Morris, Battalion NVelfarc Officer; Lawrence W. Reimer, Battalion Executive Officer, Charlton T McDonald, Battalion Com- mander; WiUiam F. Funkhouser, Battalion Aide; Ceorge A. Weller, Battalion Commissary Officer; Carl A. Miller, Battalion First Lieutenant; Boyd T. Goddard, Battalion Senior Watch Officer. • • BGl . IH LCDR. WALTER D. MEYER, USMS Second Battalion Officer CHARLTON T. McDONALD Second Battalion Commander i LAWRENCE W. REIMER Second Battalion Executive OiFicer LT. DOMENIC DeFILIPPI, USMS Assistant Second Battalion Officer 87 THIRD COMPANY STAFF James G. Tliompson, First Platoon Comrliandcr; Maurice J. Hanford, Company Executive Officer; David P. Mozgala, Company Commander; John A. Mazza, Guidon Petty Officer; Hugh J. McDonald, Second Platoon Commander. Back: Lawrence J. Rogers, Chief Petty Officer. ___ _g-|l DAVID P. MOZGALA Third Company Commander MAURICE J. HANFORD Third Company Executive 0£Eicer frt 89 .,.atVt " -, 011 ROBERT GALE ALLEE BUFFALO BOB Fort Scott, Kansas ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Hear This, Polaris, Eagle Scouts Society, ReEimental Dance Committee, Society o£ Naval Architects and Marine EnRinecrs, Inlramurals, Sailing. SEA DUTi ' : S.S, Christopher Lykes, S.S. Nancy Lykes, S.S. Mallor • Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Del Valle, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc.; S.S. Edward B. Greene, Cleveland Cliffs Iron Company; S.S. Atlantic, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Antigua, Barbados, Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Dominican Republic, France, French Cameroons, Germany, Ghana, Gre.it Britain, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Japan, Korea, Liberia, Martinique, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Ni- geria, Pan.ama, Philippines. Puerto Rico, Sierra Leone, Vene- zuela, Vietnam, Virgin Islands. WILLIAM E. HEDDAEUS THE HED Bradfordwoods, Pennsylvania SQUAD LEADER ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Swimm: ng, Intr: r.als. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacbay, S.S. Brazil, Moore-McCor- mack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Prudential Seajet, Pnidential Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Mariana, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES; Argentina, Barbados, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Greece, Italy, Jamaica, Panam a, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Turkey, Urugu.ay, Viigin Islands. BARRY VINCENT COSTANZI CRUSHER Saint Paul, Minnesota 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Polaris, Glee Club, De- bate Council, Regimental Dance Committee, Stella Maris GuUd, Catholic Choir, Ski Club, Society of N.ival Archi- tects and Marine Engineers, Varsity Club, Martial Arts Association, Band, Football, Wrestling, Track, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Kendall Fish, S.S. Sue Lykes, S.S. Reuben Tipton. Lykes Brothers Ste;imship Company, Inc.; S.S. Waller Rice, Reynolds Metals Company. VOYAGES: Egypt, Greece, Italy, Japan, Korea, Okinawa, Panama, Turkey. I THIRD COMPANY iSHMHH BOYD TAYLOR GODDARD GOOSE SECOXD BATTALIOX WATCH OFFICER 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Service, Chaimian of the Ring Committee, Automotive Interest Club, Camera Club, Sports Publicity, M-Man Pep Club, Inlr; rals. SEA DU TY: S.S. Oregon, States Steamship Company; S.S. President Coolidge, American President Lines Ltd.; S.S. M. M. Dant, States Steamship Company; S.S. R. C. Stoner, Chevron Shipping Company. VOYAGES: Eg pt, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, M.al.nysia, Xation.ilist China, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Singapore, Spain, Wake Island. B V - ' MAURICE J. HANFORD SKIP Downces Grove, Illinois THIRD COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER 68-260 ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Committee, Varsity Club, Foot- baU. SEA DUTY: S.S. Japan Bear, Pacific Far East Line; S.S. -American Resolute, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Hawaii, States Steamship Companv; S.S. Santa Ana, Grace Lmes, Inc.; S.S. Washington Standard, Chevron Shipping Company. VOYAGES: Canada, France Japan, Philippines. Great Britain, Hong Kong, RONALD FRANCIS HEIMBURGER Overland Park, Kansas SQUAD LEADER 68-267 .A.CADEMY RECORD: Midships, Debate Council, Eagle Scouts Society, Stella Maris Guild, Catholic Choir, Soc- cer, Cross Countr % Track, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Louise Lykes, S.S. Reuben Tipton, S.S. Thompson Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; M.V. Del Monte, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Great Britain, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Venezuela, Yugoslavia. 91 THIRD COMPANY waw THEODORE CLARKE HUNT CYRANO Vallejo, California ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, So- ciety of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. SEA DUTY: S.S. Washington, States Steamship Company; S.S. Japan Bear, Pacific Far East Line; S.S. Hillyer Brown, S.S. Washington Standard, Chevron Shipping Company, VOYAGES: Canada, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Macao, Okinawa, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam. HUGH JOSEPH McDonald MAC Waterford, Con 92 PLATOON COMMANDER ACADEMY RECORD: Ri Cluh, Ciitholic Choii of Naval Architects Inlranuirals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Catalina, Crace Lin Excelsior, American Export-Isbrandlscn Line macpride, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; Chalk ngcr. United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Aden, Algeria, Arabia, Argentina, Belgium, Br.izil, Chile, Ecuador, Egypt, France. India, Liberia, Libia, Netherlands, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Saudi Arabia, Somaliland, Spain, Sudan, Uruguay. Ring Dance Committee, Newman Automotive . Interest Club, Society nd Marine Engineers, Drill Team, S.S. America DAVID PAUL MOZGALA MOZ Holyokc, Massachusetts THIRD COMPANY COMMANDER C ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Ring mittce, Newman Club, Drill Team, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: sen Lines Monnacsc. Km.o.i nniMc Export-Isbrandt- li ' , Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. k Lines, Inc.; S.S. Ameri- (. ijmpany, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Great Britain, Greece, Libya, Mexico, Netherlands, Panama, Spain, Tuni- sia, Turkey, Urugu.ay. United bl.ilt k RICHARD C. LOSCH DITTY BAG Fairfield, Connecticut 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Marlinspike Club, So- ciety of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Varsity Club, Rowing, Sailing, Intranuirals. SEA DUTY ' : S.S. American Racer, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. President Garfield, American Presi- dent Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc.; N.S. Savannah, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacvega, Moore-McComiack Lines, Inc. VOY ' AGES: Belgium, Canada, Ceylon, Denmark, Dutch West Indks, Eg pt, France. Germ.any, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, M.alaysia, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Venezuela. DOUGLAS B. NEEL Gothenburg, Nebraska 8-267 SQUAD LEADER ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Regimental Dance Com- mittee, Protestant Choir, Christian Council, Ski Club, Mid- shipman Council , Class President, Soccer, Intrannirals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Tyson Lykes, S.S. James McKay, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. American Chief- tain, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Exporter, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. H.iwaiian Mon- arch, S.S. Monterey, Matson Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Colombia, Cyprus, Dominican Re- public, France, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, In- donesia, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Malta, Morocco, Na- tionalist China, Panama, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Singa- pore, Turkey, Venezuela, Vietnam. k ' DOUGLAS A. MacPHERSON MAC San Francisco, California CHIEF PETTY OFFICER 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club SEA DUTY: S.S. California, States Steamship Company; S.S. Monnacmar, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Ven- tura, Oceanic Steamship Company. VOY ' AGES: Argentina, AustraUa, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Hong Kong, Japan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Samoa, Trinidad, Midway, Uruguay. PETER-ROLF OHNSTAD, JR. ROLLO RICH KID 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Debate Council, Eagle Scouts Societv-, Regimental Dance Committee, Christian Council, Bowling League, Ski Club, Varsity Club, Mar- tial Arts .Association, Band, Midshipman Council, Base- ball, Bowling, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Margaret Brown, Bloomfield Steamship Company; S.S. Stella Lykes, S.S. John Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Barbara, Grace Lines, Inc. VOY ' AGES: Curacao, Belgium, Colombia, Dominican Re- public, France, Germany, Great Britain, Kenya, Mozam- bique, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, Tanganyika, Tanzania, Venezuela, Vietnam, Zanzibar. 93 t RAYMOND WILLIAM REICHE Chicago, Illinois SQUAD LEADER 68-260 ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Regimental Dance Com- mittee, Ring Committee, Catholic Choir, Sports Publicit ' , Sailing. SEA DUTY: S.S. James McKay, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Inger, Reynolds Metals Company; S.S. Oregon, States Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Colombia, Dominican Republic, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Midway Island, Panama, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Ryukyii Islands. ERNEST DAVID SEDDON, JR. GIANT South Dartmouth, Massachusetts SQUAD LEADER 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Paramariners, Martial Aits Associa- tion, Ship ' s Service Council, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacdawn, S.S. Mormacisle, Moore- McComiack Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Taylor, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. American Importer, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Brazil, Ceylon, Egypt, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Madagascar, Malagasy Republic, Malaysia, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Oki- nawa, Pakistan, Panama, Republic of South Africa, Scot- land, Singapore, South West Africa, Trinidad, Virgin Islands. SCOTT BARRY TRAHAN Islip Terrac Ne York SQUAD LEADER 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Cadet Council, Basket- ball, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Flying Cloud, S.S. Flying Eagle, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Curacao, Egypt, Ethiopia, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Libya, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Soma- hland, Sudan, Venezuela. i THIRD COMPANY HMMMH i VINCENT JOHN SOTTILE VITO Brookl ii, Nc MUSTERING PETTY OFFICER Club, Weightlifters Club, SEA DUTY: S.S. President Monroe, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Monnaccove, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Courier, S.S. United States, S.S. Pioneer Mist, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Independence, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Aden, Algeria, Arabia, Azores, Bahamas, Bar- bados, Belgium, Bemiuda, Canada, Ceylon, Cuba, Den- mark, Dominican Republic, Dutch Guiana, Dutch West Indies, Eg -pt, Finland, France, French Equatorial Africa, French Polonesia, Gemiany, Great Britain, Greece, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Morocco, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Netherland Antilles, Norway, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico. Russia, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Senegal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad, Tunisia, Turkey, Vatican, Venezue- la, Vietnam, Yemen, Yugoslavia, West Indies. JAMES G. THOMPSON PHANT Ottawa, Illinois PLATOON COMMANDER 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club, Paramariners, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Radio Club, Weightlifters Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Harry Culbreath, S.S. Margaret Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Del Rio, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc. VOY ' AGES: Angola, Barbados, Belgium, Colombia, Congo Republic, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Ghana, Great Britain, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Liberia, Netherlands, Okinawa, Panama, Puerto Rico, Republic of the Congo, Venezuela. JAMES L. WALKER, II MR. WALKER Little Rock, Arkansas COMMODORE SAILING ASSOCIATION 68-260 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Hear This, Regimental Broadcast Unit, Ring Committee, Trident Club, Camera Club, Varsity Club, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Jesse Lykes, S.S. Jean Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Del Sol, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc.; S.S. Walter Rice, Reynolds Metab Company. VOYAGES: Angola, Egypt, Ghana, Greece, Ivory Coast, Republic of the Congo, Turkey. 95 FOURTH COMPANY STAFF Donald R. Peavy, Second Platoon Commander; Earl T. White, Company Executive Officer; George A. Kohl, Company Commander; John S. Ferguson, Guidon Petty Officer; John F. Lewis, First Platoon Commander. Back: Robert C. Paul, Chief Petty Officer. i GEORGE A. KOHL Fourth Company Commander EARL T. WHITE Fourth Company Executive Officer 97 -Jirfl j0 w • HAROLD WALTER ABAIR Westford, Vermont SECOND BATTALION TRAINING OFFICER JOHN H. FERGUSON FERGIE 68-260 Reading, Pe GUIDON PETTY OFFICER 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Heat This, Regimental Dance Com- mittee, Newman Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Drill Team, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Paula, S.S. Santa Rosa. Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Resolute, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. President Hayes, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Exbrook, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Azores, Bahamas, Belgium, Ceylon, Colombia, Denmark, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, France, Germany, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Malaysia, Panama, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Venezuela, Yugos- ACADEMY RECORD; Protestant Choir, Christian Council, Automotive Interest Club, Ski Club, Camera Club, Varsity Club, Band, Library Committee, Windjammers, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY; S.S. Santa Maria, S.S. S;mta Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Bay, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacvega, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Bermuda, Colombia, Denmark, Dutch West Indies, Ecuador, Greece, Haiti, Libya, Nether- lands, Norway, Panama, Peru, Poland, Sweden, Turkey, Venezuela. FOURTH COMPANY 0 Y ' WILLIAM RICHARD HENDERSON Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee. Tri- dent Club, Intramii ' -als. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Catalina, Grace Lines. Inc.; S.S. Exilona, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Ameri- can Racer, S.S. Pioneer Moon, United States Lines Com- pany, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Ecuador, Egypt, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Mexico. Nationalist China, Netherlands, Pakistan, Panama, Peru. Philippines, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Tunisia, Vietnam. Q D 1 RAYMOND A. FERNANDEZ Middle Village, New York GUIDON PETTY OFFICER 68-260 ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club, Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Swimming, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. President Garfield, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Prudential Seajet, Prudential Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Mariana, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Malay- sia, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Singa- pore, Spain, Turkey. WILLIAM FLOYD FUNKHOUSER FUNK Strasburg, Virginia SECOND BATTALION AIDE 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Debate Council, Regimental Dance Committee, Weightlifters Club, Drill Team, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Commerce, S.S. Flying Enter- prise, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Pennsyl- vania Sun, Sun Oil Company. VOYAGES: Azores, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain. W ' JOHN C. HJERSMAN Sacramento, California SQUAD LEADER 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Weightlifters Club. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacmar, Moore McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Lincoln, American President Lines, S.S. Gen. Hugh J. Gaffey, Military Sea Transportation Services, Ltd. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Japan, Nationalist China, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Trinidad, Vietnam, Venezuela. GEORGE ALFRED KOHL, JR. GEORGE Philadelphia, Pennsylvania FOURTH COMPANY COMMANDER 68-260 SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Main, United States Lines Com- pany, Inc.; S.S. Mormacscan, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mallory Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Com- pany, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Pana- ma, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, Tanzania, Uruguay, Zambia. 99 " « NICHOLAS BERNARD KROEGER BARNEY Duquense, Pennsylvania CHIEF, REGIMENTAL BROADCAST UNIT 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Broadcast Unit, Eagle Scouts Society, Varsity Club, Rifle, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Ranger, S.S. Pioneer Myth, United Slates Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Mormaccape, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Dutch West Indies, France, Haiti, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Venezuela, Uruguay. LEWIS HAROLD KRUEGER KRAUT BriUion, Wisconson SQUAD LEADER 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Ski Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Wrestling, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacisle, S.S. Mormacrigel, Moore- McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pioneer Mist, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Exbrook, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Magdalena, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Denmark, Dominican Repubhc, Hong Kong, Ivory Coast, Japan, Naionalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, PhiUppines, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Uruguay, Vatican, Venezuela, Yugoslavia. CHARLTON T. McDONALD MAC Mt. Prospect, Illinois SECOND BATTALION COMMANDER 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Connnand Board, Intra- murals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Oregon, States Steamship Company; S.S. President Polk, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Santa Anita, S.S. Santa Anna, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, Philippines. 100 CARL ALAN MILLER CAM SECOND B. TTALION FIRST LIEUTENANT 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Christian Council, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Band. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa OUvia, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Brooklyn Heights, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacdraco, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Texaco North Dakota, Texas Oil Company. VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Netherlands, Nether- land Antilles, Norway, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Venezuela. .1.! JOHN FRANCIS LEWIS, JR. JACK ' indso Locks, Connecticut PLATOON " COMMANDER 68-266 nental Dance Com- N aval Architects and ACADEMY RECORD; Polaris, Regii mittee, XewTiian Club, Society ' of Marine Engineers, Band, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Flying Enterprise, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. American Reliance, S.S. American Commander, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Gulf Prince, Gulf Oil Company; S.S. Mormacrigel, Moore- McComiack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Turkey. ROBERT GORDON LEWIS FAT LEW Springfield, Virginia MUSTERING PETTY OFFICER 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Ski Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Weightl liters Club, Wrestling, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Manufacturer, S.S. American Forwarder, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Eastern Sun, Sun Oil Company; S.S. Mormacargo, Moore-McCor- mack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Lucia, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Norsvay, Panama, Peru, Poland, Scotland, Spain, Sweden. THOMAS EARL MORRIS Endwell, New York SECOND BATTALION WELFARE OFFICER 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD; Regimental Dance Committee, Ski Club, Swimming, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY ' : S.S. Constitution, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Robin Goodfellow, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Arthur, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. American Commander. United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Eg pt, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Monaco, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Panama, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Tanganyika, Tanzania, Tunisia. GREIG H. PARKS GREIG Oyster Bay, New York SQUAD LEADER 68-260 ACADEMY RECORD; Trident Club, Varsity Club, G -m- nastics. SEA DUTY: S.S. .Atlantic, S.S. Export Challenger, American Export-Isbrandtscn Lines; S.S. Monnaclake, Moore-McCor- mack Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Pilot, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Catalina, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Algeria, Argentina, Bermuda, Br azil, Chile, Colombia, France. Germany, Greece, Italy, Liberia, Pana- ma, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Turkey. 101 ROBERT CORNELIUS PAUL BOB Florissant, Missouri CHIEF PETTY OFFICER 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Astronomical Society. VOYAGES: Canada, Chitc, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Nationalist China, Pana- ma, Peru, Vietnam. DONALD ROGER PEAVY PEEVE Manhasset, New York PLATOON COMMANDER 8-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, So- ciety of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Weight- litters Club, Varsity Club, Scholastic Star, Rowing, Intra- murals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Olivia, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Brooklyn Heights, American E.xport-Isbrandtscn Lines; S.S. Mormacdraco, Moore-McConnack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Texaco North Dakota, Texas Oil Company. VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Venezuela. LAWRENCE WILLIAM REIMER, JR. RE-REIM BensenviUe, Illinois SECOND BATTALION EXECUTIVE OFFICER 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Arts and World Affairs Committee, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Band, Command Board, Scholastic Star. Marjorie Lykes, Lykes Brothers c; S.S. Del Sol, Delta Lines, Inc. SEA DUTY: S.S. ship Company, In VOYAGES: Angola, Congo Republic, France, Germany, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Kenya, Mozambique, Nether- lands, Nigeria, Poland, Republic of South Africa, Republic of the Congo, Tunisia, Zanzibar. I FOURTH COMPANY PETER HOWARD PHILLIPS PETE Elmont, New York 68-260 ACADEMY RECORD: Ski Club, Varsity Club, WrestUng. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Manufacturer, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Prudential Seajet, Prudential Lines, Inc.; S.S. Flying Enterprise, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Egj ' pt, Great Britain, Greece, India, Italy, Le- banon, Pakistan, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Turkey. E. DAVID PRANULIS DAVE Naugaluck, Connecticut SQUAD LEADER 68-260 ACADEMY RECORD; Varsity Club, Swimming. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Buyer. American Export-Isbrandt- sen Lines; S.S. Prudential Oceanjet, Prudential Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Importer, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Mormacisle, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Azores, Brazil, France, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Libya, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela. LAWRENCE JOHN ROGERS ROG Demarest, New Jersey REGIME.XTAL BAND MASTER 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Debate Council, International Re- lations Council, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Band. SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Myth, S.S. American ReUance, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Mormaclake, Moore-McComiack Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Adams, American President Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Arabia, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Ceylon, C olombia, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Monaco, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Singapore, Uniguay, Venezuela. 103 MA m WILLIAM DENNIS SAMMONS SAMM ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Protestant Choir, Varsity Club, Cheerleaders, G innastics, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Golden Bear, PaciHc Far East Line; S.S- Constitution, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Ore- gon, States Steamship Company; S.S. President T ler, American President Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Antigna, Barbados, Curacao, Hong Kong. Japan, Nationalist China, Martinique, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands. RICHARD S. SHAKESHAFT SHAKE Schenectady, New York 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Ski Club, Camera Club, Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Sailing. VOY ' AGES: Angola, Bermuda, Congo Republic, Dutch West Indies, France, Germany, Ghana, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Liberia, Nationalist China, Panama, Republic of the Congo. DAVID LEE WALTER D.L. Monaca, Pennsylvania 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Cadet Council, Sailing. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Barbara, Gr.ace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Australian Isle, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormacscan, Moore-McCorinack Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Rover, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Australia, BrazU, Chile, Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, Ecuador, Great Britain, Mc.tico, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela. GEORGE ALEXANDER WELLER ALEX New Port Richey, Florida SECOND B. TTALION COMMISSARY OFFICER 6S-26T ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris. Glee Club, C iristian Couti- cil. Society of Na al Architecls and Mai.ne Engineers, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. lleuben Ti| ton, S.S. Zoella Lykes, L kes Brothers Sti amship Ciinipany, Inc.; S.S. Gulf Hanker, Gull South American Steamship Compan ' . VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, France, Germany, Haiti, Japan, Korea, Panama, Peru, Poland, Puerto Rico. 104 mm RICHARD RANDALL SMITH RICK Handsboro, Mississippi MUSTERING PETn ' OFFICER 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Martial Arts Association, Intramurals. SEA DUT ' : S.S. Lipscomb Lykes, S.S. Zoella Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; M.V. Tamara Guilden, Transport Commercial Corporation; S.S. Gulf Banker, Gulf South American Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Netherlands, Panama, Poland, Thailand, Vietnam, Yugoslavia. r DAVID J. VAN OSS v.o. Granville, Ohio BAND MUSTERING PETTi ' OFFICER 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, Ring Committee, Stella Maris Guild, Newman Club, Ski Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Band. Soccer, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Independence, S.S. Flying Endeavor, N.S. Sa annah, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Ameri- can Traveller, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Gulf Prince, Gulf Oil Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Canada, Egypt, France, Gibraltar, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Maderia Islands, Majorca, Morocco, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Panama, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Scotland, Singa- pore, Spain, Vietnam. A X EARL T. WHITE CHRISTIAN CHARLES WONG I Stratford, Connecticut FOURTH COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER 68-280 ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club, Paramarincrs, Foot- ball. SEA DUTY; S.S. Atlantic, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mor- macargo, Moore-McCormack Lints, Inc.; S.S. American Charger, S.S. United States, S.S. Pioneer Myth, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. African Dawn, S.S. African Sun, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Aruba, Bahamas, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Dutch Guiana, Finland, France, Great Britain, Haiti, Hong Kong, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Pana- ma, Poland, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, South West Africa, Spain, Sweden. Thailand, Venezuela. Honolulu, Hawaii SQUAD LEADER 68-266 ACADEMY RECORD: Bowhng League, Trident Club, Camera Club, Weightlifters Club, Martial Arts Association, Drill Team, Intramurals. Dant, S.S. M. M. S.S. Sierra, M;Uson SEA DUTY: S.S. Hawaii, S.S. C. : Dant, States Steamship Company; Navigation Company VOYAGES: Australia, Fiji Islands, Hong Kong, Japan. Korea, Nationalist China, New Zealand, Okinawa, Philip- pines, Samoa, Tasmania, Thailand, Vietnam. 105 THIRD BATTALION STAFF ■ William A. I ' liiKliville, Battalion Welfare Officer; James R. Tryon. Billalmn rianiiii- oilun; Thomas L. Haniberger, Battalion Executive Officer; Edward L. Woods, Battalion Commander; Duncan D. McCor ' , Battalion Aide; Raymond R. Smith, Battalion First Lieutenant; Michael T. Popovich, Battalion Senior Watch Officer; Alan E. Wigton, Battalion Commissary Officer. iHBHi • LCDR. THOMAS F. HANNIGAN, USMS Third Battalion Officer EDWARD L. WOODS Third Battahon Commander LT. FRED V. McCAMMON, USMS Assistant Third Battalion Officer THOMAS L. HAMBERGER Third Battahon Executive Officer 107 FIFTH COMPANY STAFF Raymond F. Hickey, First Platouu Cummander; James A. Harbach, Company Executive Officer; Bernard T. Hanson, Company Commander; Jolm R. Opet, Guidon Petty Officer; Herbert N. Wood, Second Platoon Commander. Back: Robert B. Rogers, Cliief Petty Oilicer. 108 109 FIFTH COMPANY %9Q EDWARD S. CARTLIDGE Trenton, New Jersey 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Ring Com- mittee, Frotestant Choir, Christian Council, Bowling Lea- gue, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Varsity Club, Sports Publicity, Cross Country, Track. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Banker, American Export-Isbrandt- sen Lines; S.S. President Adams, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. American Ranger, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Algeria, Arabia, Belgium, Egypt, France, Ger- many, Greece, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Libya, Malaysia, Netherlands, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Tunisia, Turkey, Vatican. WILLIAM J. HANELINE BUNNY Bcllevuc, Nebraska 68-360 ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Wrestling. SEA DUTY; S.S. Robin Grey, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Bay, American Export Isbrandtscn Lines; S.S. C. E. Dant, States Steamship Company; S.S. Japan Mail, American Mail Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Ascension Island, Azores, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Madagascar, Okinawa, Philippines, Republic ot South Africa, Spain, Tunisia, Vatican. BERNARD THEODORE HANSON BUTCH Missoula, Montana FIFTH COMPANY COMMANDER 6f ACADEMY RECORD; Regimental Da Dance Committee, Trident Club, Cla Dmmittee, Ring Vice-President, SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Adela, Grace Oregon Mail, American Mail Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Brazil, Canada, Chile. H Panama, Peru, Philippines. I HO PATRICK THOMAS CONROY JOSEPH FRANCIS DeMARTINO, JR. DEMO Orange, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD; Eagle Scouts Society, Regimental Dance Committee, Football, Intramurals. SEA DUTY; S.S. Mormacbay, S.S. Brazil. Moore-McCor- mack Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Chieftain, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Exporter, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines, VOYAGES; Argentina, Barbados, Brazil, France, Great Britain, Greece, Israel, Malta, Morocco, Puerto Rico, Turkey, Uniguay. ACADEMY RECORD; Bridge Club, Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Football, Baseball, Intramurals. SEA DUTY; S.S. Mormaclake, S.S. Mormacrigel, Moore- McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Constitution, S.S. Export Champion, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Barbara, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Denmark, Domini- can Republic, Dutch West Indies, France, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Uruguay, Venezuela. p li - -fill 1 B 1 7 1 p 1 JAMES ALFRED HARBACH JIM Pompton Plains, New Jersey FIFTH COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Broadcast Unit, Debate Council, Trident Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY; S.S. Mormacdawn, S.S. Mormacisle, Moore- McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Taylor, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. American Importer, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES; Brazil, Ceylon, Egypt, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Madagascar, Malagasy Republic, Republic of South Africa, Scotland, Singapore, South West Africa, Trinidad. RAYMOND FRANCIS HICKEY RAY Bridgeport, Connecticut PLATOON COMMANDER 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD; Newman Club, Ski Club, Bridge Club, Windjammers, Intramurals. SEA DUTY; S.S. American Racer, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. President Garfield, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Santa Barbara, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Constitution, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES; Aruba, Belgium, Ceylon, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Maderia, Majorca, Malaysia, Morocco, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Portugal, Sardinia, Singapore, Spain, Vatican, Venezuela. Ill JOSEPH ANTHONY ISABELLA BELLA Upper Darby, Pennsylvania SQUAD LEADER 68-360 ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, Var- sity Club, Football, Intranuirals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Crusader, S.S. American Chal- lenger, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Maria, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Meteor; Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Colombia, Ecuador , France, Great Britain, Haiti, Mozambique, Panama, Peru, Republic of South . frica. South West Africa, Tanganyika, Tanzania. DENNIS ANDREW KONNICK NAILS Pattsto vn, Pennsylvania 68-360 Star. Varsity Club, Football, SQUAD LEADER ACADEMY RECORD: Inti-amurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Traveler, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Prudential Star, Prudential Lines, Inc. S.S. Export Ambassador. American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, Panama, Philip- pines, Scotland, Spain, Turkey. FIFTH COMPANY CHARLES ROBERT PILLSBURY BUNGLING BEAR Beverly, Massachusetts EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, Bearings ACADEMY RECORD: Bear Scouts Society, Ring Dance Comn Ski Club, Varsity Club, Sailing. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Champion, brandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Rosa, G S.S. Brazil, Moore-McCormack Lines, Ii Jackson, American President Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Algeria, Ceylon, Dutch West Indies, Egypt. Fin- land, France, Great Britain. Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, Nation- alist China, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Panama. Poland, Portugal, Russia. Singapore. Spain, Sweden. -. .Kvurla. Debati Council. K.mic ommittee. Trident CUih. Export-Is- Lines, Inc.; S.S. President JL JAMES B. NOWAKOWSKI SNEAR Milwaukee, Wisconsin 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Ski Club, Society of Naval Archi- tects and Marine Engineers, Cadet Council, Math Club, Swimming. SEA DUTY; S.S. Exminster, S.S. Constitution, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacdawn, Moore-Mc- Cormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Monaco, Morocco, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Tunisia, Uruguay, Vietnam. .ii: II JOHN MICHAEL RANDOLPH RANDY Colorado Springs, Colorado REGIMENTAL SENIOR WATCH OFFICER 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Bearings, Ring Dance Committee, Intiamurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacsurf, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. J.L. Hanna, Chevron Shipping Company; S.S. Washington, States Steamship Company; S.S. Philippine Bear, Pacific Far East Line. VOYAGES; Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Hong Kong, Japan, Nationalist Cliina, Peru, Philippines, Thailand, Trinidad, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam. JOHN RICHARD OPET JACK Forty Fort, Pennsylvania GUIDON PETTY OFFICER 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club, Automotive Interest Club, Ski Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Independence, S.S. Flying Endeaver, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. American Cham- pion. S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Mormaclynx, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Madeira, Majorca Morocco, Nationalist China. Netherlands, Nor- way, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Vietnam. RUSSEL NEIL REHM REAMO Pasco, Washington SQUAD LEADER 68-360 ACADEMY RECORD: Christian Council, Varsity Club, Wrestling. SEA DUTY: S.S. Ariz Leonor, Gi VOYAGES: Philippine: S.S. Oregon Mail, American Mail Lines, Ltd.; na. States Steamship Comp.iny; S.S. Santa ice Lines, Inc. Hong Kong, :, Korea, Okin; India, Japan, Nation.alist Chii wa, Thailand, Vietnam. 113 ROBERT BARE ROGERS BOB ROWAN Collingswood, New Jersey CHIEF PETTY OFFICER 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Bearings, Regimental Dance Com- mittee, Ski Club, Wcightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Soccer, Track, Intramiirals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Contender, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. President Garfield, American Presi- dent Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Na- tionalist China, Netherlands, Pakistan, Panama, Philip- pines, Singapore, Spain. Stony Brook, New York 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club, Automotive Interest Club, Trident Club, Ski Club, Varsity Club, Math Club, Honor Star, Wrestling, Rowing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Robin Grey, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pioneer Moon, S.S. American Chieftain, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Mercedes, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Germany, Great Britain, Haiti, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Republic of South Africa. CHARLES ROBERT SCHROEDER LeROY SAMUEL SIMMONDS Chicago, Illinois SQUAD LEADER 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Camera Club, Ski Club, Trident Club, Varsity Club, Math Club, Academic Star, Football, Rowing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Eugene Lykes, S.S. Aimec Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Gulf Farmer, Gulf South American Steamship Company; M.V. Tamara Guilden, Transport Commercial Corporation. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Okinawa, Yugoslavia. Charlotte Amalie, St. Thon ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Glee Club, Debate Coun- cil, Eagle Scouts Society, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Tide, S.S. Pioneer Cove, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Elisa, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Argentina, Moore- McConnack Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Monroe, American President Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dutch West Indies, Ecu.idor, Egypt, France, Gennany, Great Britain, Guam, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Nationalist China. Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines. Puerto Rico, Scotland. Singapore, Samoa, Spain, Trinidad, Turkey, Vietnam. ADOLPH JOHN RYDZEWSKI JOHN-JOHN Las Vegas, Nevada CHIEF, REGIMENTAL INFORMATION SERVICE 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Service, Newman Club, SteUa Maris Guild, Catholic Choir, Camera Club. SEA DUTi ' ; S.S. Hong Kong Bear, PaciBc Far East Line; S.S. Cahfornia, States Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Hong Kong, Japa Thailand, Vietnam. Korea, Nationalist China, MARK STEPHEN SCHECTER Searinglo New York 68-360 ;ity Club. SQUAD LEADER ACADEMY RECORD: Weightlifters Club, Va Cheerleaders, Basketball. SEA BUTY: S.S. AtlanUc, S.S. Flying Eagle, American Export-Isbrandsen Lines; S.S. American Pilot, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Momiaclake, Moore- McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGE: Algeria, Argentina, Bermuda, Brazil, Ceylon, Eg -pt, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Na- tionalist China, Pakistan, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain. ] A WILLIAM DAVID STEVENS GEORGE THOMAS STUPSKI Northfield, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Debate Council, Ski Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Sailing, Intra- murals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Express, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Marianna, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Corsair, S.S. American Racer, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Brazil, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; U.S.N.S. General A.M. Patch, Military Sea Trans- portation Service VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Colom- bia, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Korea, National- ist China, Netherlands, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Singa- pore, Spain, Trinidad, Turkey, Uruguay. Jacksonville, Florida REGIMENTAL B. ND MASTER 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Band, Rowing, Intra- murals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Thompson Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steam- ship Company, Inc.; S.S. Key Trader, S.S. Key Tanker, Keystone Tankship Company, Inc.; N.S. Savannah, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; M.V. Del Campo, Delta Steam- ship Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Brazil, Egypt, Italy, Lebanon, Libya, Mexico, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Vietnam, Yugoslavia. 115 X t RAYMOND D. SUTTON CHRISTOPHER CHARLES SZULC Western Springs, Illinois MUSTERING PETTY OFFICER 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Dance Committee, Newman Club, Ski Club, Paramariners, Math Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Shipper, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Exminsler, American Export-Isbrandt- sen Lines; S.S. Mormacdawn, S.S. Brazil, Moore-Mc- Cormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Brazil, Egypt, Ethiopia, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Tunisia, Vietnam, Virgin Islands, Uruguay. Braddock, Pennsylvania MUSTERING PETTY OFFICER 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Stella Maris Guild, Newman Club, Bowling Leacue, Paramariners, Ski Club, Weightlifters Club, Football, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Importer, S.S. American Courier, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Export Chal- lenger, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacove, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Cecilia, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Alg( Belgii Turkey. Chile, Colombia, Denmark, ain, Greece, Libya, Nether- Norway, Panama, Pern, Scotland, Sweden, Tunisia, A FIFTH COMPANY RICHARD JOHN WEIGANG WEIJ Carle Place, New York 68-360 ACADEMY RECORD: Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Football, Baseball, Track. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Commerce, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormaccove, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Azores, Brazil, France, Cieece, Haiti, Italy, Jamaica, Libya, Malta, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela. 116 ■, " ■ f WALTER EDWARD WALUS WALLY Elizabeth, New Jersey REGIMENTAL WELFARE OFFICER 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD; Regimental Dance Committee, Sports Publicit -. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacdawn. S.S. Mormacdraco, Moore- McCormack Lines. Inc.; S.S. Independence, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. . frican Sun, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGEA: Argentina, Azores, Belgium, Brazil, Canary Islands, Denmark, France, Gibraltar, Kenya, Italy, Ma- deria Islands, Majorca, Morocco, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Tanzania, Uruguay. JAMES MARLYN WARE Ski Club, Varsity Irwin, Pennsylvania SQUAD LEADER ACADEMY RECORD: Bowling Leagu Club, Football, Bowling, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines. Inc.; S.S. African Star, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Del Santos, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc.; S.S. Quinqueya, United Emit Company. VOYAGES: Angola, Azores, British Honduras. Brazil, Con- go Republic, Dutch West Indies, French West Africa, Ghana, Haiti, Jamaica, Liberia, Panama, Republic of the Congo, Venezuela. I HERBERT NORMAN WOOD, JR. NORM Media, Pennsylvania PLATOON COMMANDER 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Ski Club, Weightlifters Club, Var- sity Club, Rowing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. President Hayes, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mormaclynx, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Ceylon, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Malagasy Republic, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Nether- lands, Norway, Okinawa, Pakistan, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, South West Africa, Spain, Sweden, Tanzania, Zanzibar, EDWARD LAWSON WOODS FOG Kirksville, Missouri THIRD BATTALION COMMANDER 68-165 ACADEMY RECORD: Arts and World ASFairs Committee, International Relations Council, Stella Maris Guild, New- man Club, Catholic Choir, Trident Club, Paramariners, Marlinspike Club, Ski Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Command Board, Soccer, Pistol, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Merchant, S.S. American Chal- lenger, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. African Sun, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Mor- macaltair, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; N.S. Savanah, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Republic of South Africa, Scotland, Spain. Sweden. 117 SIXTH COMPANY STAFF I Robert . Ln pt-r, Second Platoon Ccjniniantlfr; Jonathan F. Klein, Company E ecnti e Officer; Thomas E. Fiedler, Company Commander; Eugene A. Turchetti, Guidon Petty Officer. Back: Randolph L. Kihm, Chief Petty Officer. Not Pictured: John P. Wolf, First Platoon Commander. 118 1 THOMAS E. FIEDLER Sixth Company Commander JONATHAN F. KLEIN Sixtli Company Executive Officer 1 119 k WILLIAM THOMAS AHEARN THE MOLE Brooklyn, New York SQUAD LEADER 68-360 ACADEMY RECORD: Weightliflcrs Club, Varsity Club, Football. SEA DUTY ' ; S.S. Pioneer Moor, S.S. American Pilot, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Independence, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. ' OYAGES: Algeria, France, Gennan ' , Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, P Portugal, Spain, Tunisia. Kong, Italy, , Philippines, RICHARD EDWARD BARRY BUTCH North Haven, Connecticut 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD; Newman Club, Ski Club, Varsity Club, Football, Baseball, Track, Intramurals. SEA DUTY; S.S. Export Commerce, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. American Resolute, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Monnaccove, Moore-McCor- mack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES; Argentina, Brazil, France, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Jamaica, Portugal, Spam, Tunisia, Turke . Uruguay. Venezuela. I SIXTH COMPANY MARK C. CHRISTIANSEN KIUNKLES Ocean City, New Jersey 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD; Ski Club, Weightlifters C;iub, Var- sity Club, Football, Track, Intramurals. SEA DUTY; S.S. Pioneer Main, United Stales Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Australian Surf, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES; Australia, Cuba, French Polynesia, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, Nationalist China, Panama, Korea, Philip- pines. 120 B V GARY DEVIN BEILSTEIN HARRY STEPHEN BEVAN y B Sanduskj ' , Ohio EAGLE SCOUTS SOCIETY ENSIGN 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Regimental Infoniiation Service, Glee Club, Eagle Scouts Society, Regimental Dance Committee, Ring Dance Committee, Stella Maris Guild, New-man Club, Catholic Choir, Camera Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Band, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Reliance, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Exporter, Ameri- can Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormaccape, Moore- McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Cliffs Victor. ' , Cleveland Cliffs Iron Company. VOYAGES: Argentina, Bahamas, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, Canda, Dutch West Indies, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Paraguay, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Trinidad, Uruguay, Vatican, Venezuela, Virgin Islands, Yugoslavia. STEPHEN DUDLEY CLARKE CUDDLES Southbridge, Massachusetts 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Dance Committee, Catholic Choir, Varsity Club, Cross Country, Track, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Moon, S.S. American Crusader, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Texaco North Dakota, Texas Oil Company; S.S. Export Agent, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Cyprus, Dominican Republic, France, Great Britain, Greece, Haiti, Hong Kb.Tg, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Tur- key, Venezuela, Flushing, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Stella Maris Guild, Newman Club, Trident Club, Ski Club, Weightlifters Club, Varsity Club, Wrestling, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacrio, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Exporter, American Ex-port-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. American Courier, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Barbara, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Keystone State, States Marine-Isthmian Agency, Inc.; S.S. Thomas E. Millsop, Hanna Mining Company. VOY ' AGES: Denmark, Dominican Republic, Dutch West In- dies, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland. France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Japan, Korea, Leba- non, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Somaliland, Sudan, Sweden, Venezuela. THOMAS EDWARD FIEDLER SNAKE Orlando, Florida SIXTH COMPANY COMMANDER 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Dance Committee, Stella Maris Guild, Newman Club, Varsity Club, Midshipman Alumni Council, Ship ' s Service Committee, S%vimming, Tennis, In- tramurals. SE.A DUTY; S.S. Export Barmer, American Export-Is- brandtsen Lines; S.S. American Ranger, S.S. Pioneer Con- tender, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Gulf Prince, Gulf Oil Corporation. VOYAGES; Belgium, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Libya, Luxembourg, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Tunisia, Turkey. 121 ALAN JAME FLOOD VON GLATZ Port SanUac, IMichJga SQUAD LEADER 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Societ) ' , Ring Dance Committee, Trident Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Radio Club, Hobby Shop. SEA DUTY: S.S. Elizabethport, Sea-Land Service, Inc.; S.S. Monnaccove, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Elena, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Champion, S.S. Independence, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Gulf Crest, Gulf Oil Company; S.S. American Rover, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: fiarbados, Belgium, Colombia, Denmark, Domin- ican Republic, Dutch West Indies, Finland, France, Ger- many, Italy, Jamaica, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Po- land, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, Sweden, Trinidad, Venezuela. ALBERT RICHARD GALIK Passaic, New Jersey SQUAD LEADER 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Eagle Scouts Society, Ring Dance Committee, Society of Naval Architects and Ma- rine Engineers, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Exford, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; U.S.N.S. General William O. Darby, MUitary Sea Trans- portation Service; S.S. Pennsylvania Sun, Sun Oil Com- pany; S.S. Pioneer Mart, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Egypt, Ethiopia, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Macao, Nationalist China, Pakis- tan, Panama, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain. WILLMM ALBERT HAMANN 122 WILLY icinnali, Ohi( ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Protestant Choir, Cmera Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Varsity Club, Color Guard, Pistol, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Exporter, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacmail, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Commander, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Kenneth McKay, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Gulf Farmer, Gulf South American Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Italy, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Trinidad, Ui-uguay, Viet- nam, Yugoslavia. THOMAS LEWIS HAMBERGER TOM Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania THIRD BATTALION EXECUTIVE OFFICER 68-163 ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Committee, Weightlifters Club, Newman Club, Command Board, Ship ' s Service CouncU, Football, Rifle, Pistol, Tennis, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Ines, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Forwarder, S.S. American Champion, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Australian Gulf, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, French Polynesia, Germany, Great Britain, Nether- lands, Panama, Peru. GEOFFREY WOODS GILL T.O.D. Tarrylown, New York SQUAD LEADER 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Weightlifters Club, Sailing, Intra- murals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Flying Enterprise, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. American Racer, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Mormacraco, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Cruz, Grace Lines, Inc; S.S. Alcoa Com- mander, Alcoa Steamship Company, Inc. VOY ' AGES: Belgium, Chile Colombia, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, Ecuador, Egypt, El Sal- vador, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mozambique, Na- tionalist China, Netherlands, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Poland, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Singa- pore, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Venezuela. c » AARON LEMUEL GRENLEY Baltimore, Maryland SQUAD LEADER 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD; Regimental Information Service, Glee Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Ranger, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Export Buyer, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Prudential Seajet, Prudential Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Isabel, S.S. Santa Mariana, Grace Lines, Inc. VOY ' AGES: Algeria, Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Spain, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey. «, ROBERT CHARLES HAMILTON BOB Miami, Florida 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Football, Track. SEA DUTY: S.S. Tyson Lykes, S.S. Charlotte Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Gulf Farmer, Gulf South American Steamship Company; S.S. Morazan, United Fruit Company. VOYAGES: British Honduras, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Japan, Korea, Panama, Peru, Philip- pines, Vietnam. RAND KIHM DEAR JOHN Wauwatosa, Wisconsin CHIEF PETTY OFFICER 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Arts and Worid AfiFairs Committee, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Bridge Club. SE. DUTY: S.S. Pioneer Mart, S.S. American Champion, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Mormacargo, S.S. BrazU, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Rita, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Exchester, American Ex- port-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Belgium, Chile, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philip- pines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, Sweden, Uraguay, Virgin Islands, Yugoslavia. SIXTH COMPANY JONATHAN F. KLEIN BALDY Farniinglon, New Mexico SIXTY COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD; Glee Club, Ring Dance Committee, Protestant Choir, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Enginet-rs, Bowling. lil, American Mail Lines; S.S. .; S.S. Santa Juana, Grace SEA DUTY: S.S. Philippin( Ventura, Matson Lines, Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti. Hon- duras, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua. Panama, Philippines, Samoa, Tasmania, Trinidad, Vene- zuela. i DUNCAN D. McCORY Huntington, New York THIRD BATTALION AIDE ACADEMY RECORD: Basketball, Intra rals. 124 SEA DUTY: S.S. Flying Cloud, S.S. Independence, Ameri- can Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; SS. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pioneer Mill, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Algeria, Azores, Ceylon, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Libya, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Portugal, Somaliland, Spain, Sudan, Vene- zuela. JOHN CONWAY McKEE, JR. CHIP .Waterbury, Con ACADEMY RECORD: Track. Varsity Club, Foo tball, Swi SE. DUTY: S.S. Export Buyer, American Expoit-ls sen Lines; S.S. United States, S.S. American In United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Mori Moore-McConnack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Great Britain, France, Libya, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Trinidad. Uruguay, zuela. porter, lacisle, ROBERT NEAL LEEPER Fremont, Ohio PLATOON COMMANDER 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Trident Club, Band, Swimming, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Flying Clipper, American Export-Is- brandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacaltair, S.S. Mormacrio, Moore- McCorraack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark, Eg -pt, Ethiopia, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malagasy Republic, Mozambique, Nether- lands, Norway, Panama, Poland, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, South West Africa, Sweden, Vietnam. GEORGE P. McSHEA Philadelphia, Pei MUSTERING PETTY OFFICER Ski Club, Varsity Club, Football, ACADEMY RECORD: Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Crusader, SS. American Chal- lenger, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Maria, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Colombia, Don dor, France, Great Britain, Haiti Peru, RepubHc of South Afric: Tanganyika, Tanzania, Zambia. lican Republic, Ecua- Mozambique, Panama, South West Africa, STUART BARRY LEVENSHUS STU Wantagh, New York SQUAD LEADER 68-360 ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Soccer. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Ines, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Export Aide, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Australian Gulf, Farrell Lines. Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, Chile, Colombia, Cyprus, French Polynesia, Ecuador, Greece, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Panama, Peru, Spain, Turkey. JOSEPH ORR PATTERSON JOE Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Football, Track, In- tramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. African Star, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Del Santos, Delta Lines, Inc.; S.S. Quisqueya, United Fruit Company. VOYAGES: Angola, Azores, Brazil, British Honduras, Costa Rica, Congo Republic, Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, Ghana, Guatamala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Liberia, Panama, Republic of the Congo. 125 MICHAEL T. POPOVICH POPO Callitzin Pennsylvania THIRD BATTALION WATCH OFFICER 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Drill Team, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Robin Gray, Moore-McComiack Lines, Inc.; S.S, Pioneer Moon, S.S. American Chieftain, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Mercedes, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecua- dor, Germany, Great Britain, Haiti, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Republic of South Africa. SIXTH COMPANY g i i WILLIAM ALOYSIUS PRINDIVILLE PRINDY Phoenix, Arizona THIRD BATTALION WELFARE OFF ICER 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Eagle Scouts Society, Glee Club, Regimental Dance Committee, Newman Club, Weighthfters Club. SEA DUTY: S.S. J. L. Hanna, Chevron Shipping Company; S.S. Korea Bear, Pacific Far East Lines; S.S. President Garfield, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. Santa Flavia, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Canada, Ceylon, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Philip- pines, Singapore. Jl ALFRED EDWARD SCHULTZ SCHULTZIE Mount Vernon, New York 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Ski Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Weighthfters Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Adventurer, S.S. Independence, S.S. Ramsen Heights, S.S Expediter, American Exporf- Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacowl, S.S. Mormacargo. Moore-McComiack Lines, Inc.; S.S. African Neptune, Farrcll Lines, Inc.; S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Azores, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Cyprus. Denmark, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, France, Gibraltar, Madeira, Majorca, Martinique, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Morocco, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, P.ikistan, Panama, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Trinidad, Turkey, Vene- zuela, Virgin Islands. GEORGE WILLIAM REICHART MOTOR Balboa, Canal Zone ACADEMY RECORD; Regimental Information Service, So- ciety of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Intra- murals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Gulf Shipper, Gulf South American Steamship Company; S.S. Del Alba, Delta Lines, Inc.; S.S. Louise Lykes, S.S Almee Lykes, SS. Charles Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Walter Rice, Reynolds Metals Company. MERRILL H. ROLLINS Casco, Maine S-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Protestant Choir, Ski Club, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Export Courier, S.S. Independence, N.S. Savannah, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Elisa, Grace Lines, Inc; S.S. Delaware Sun, Sun Oil Company. VOYAGES: Azores, Barbados, Chile, Curacao, Ecuador, France, Germany, Italy, Martinique, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Yugoslavia. n I GEORGE JOHN SEBUCK PAUL GREGORY SKRIPOL Chicago, Illinois Simsbury, Connecticut I ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Dance Committee, Varsity Club, Football. SEA DUTY; M.V. Del Monte, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc.; S.S. Edward B. Greene, Cleveland Cliffs Iron Com- pany; S.S. Mormacdawn, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc; S.S. ' Culf Merchant, Gulf South American Steam- ship Company; S.S. Lybscomb Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Santa Monica, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Dominican RepubKc, Ecuador, Greece, Panama, Spain, Trinidad, Turkey, Yugo- slavia. ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Hear This, Christian Council. Ski Club, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Rosa, S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. President Hayes, American President Lines, Ltd.; S.S. American Resolute, United States Lines Company, Inc; S.S. Exbrook, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Azores, Bahamas, Belgium, Canada, Ceylon, Colombia, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, France, Germany, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Venezuela, Virgin Islands, Yugoslavia. 127 SIXTH COMPANY RAYMOND RUSSEL SMITH SMITTY Babylon, New York THIRD BATTALION FIRST LIEUTENANT 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club, Trident Club, Ski Club, Pistol, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Merchant, S.S. United States, S.S. Pioneer Moor, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. African Star, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES; Angola, Bermuda, France, Gabon. Germany, Great Britain, Guinea, Hong Kong, Ivory Coast, Japan, Korea, Liberia, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines, Republic of the Congo, Sierra Leone, Virgin Islands. J 128 ROBERT FLEMING W ASSON, JR. ROBIN Corpus Christi, Texas 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD; Debate Council, Eagle Scouts So- ciety, Trident Club, Marhnspike Club, Ski Club, So- ciety of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Radio Club, Bridge Club, Varsity Club, Track, Sailing, Intra- murals. SEA DUTY; S.S. Gulf Fanner, Gulf Soulh American Steamship Company; S.S. Dolly Tumuin, Lykts Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Walter Rice, Reynolds Metals Company. VOYAGES: Bermuda, Chile, Colombia, Dutch West In- dies, Ecuador, Kenya, Korea, Madagascar, Mexico, Mozam- bique. Panama, Peru, Philippines, Republic of South Afric;;. South West Africa, Tanu-anvikii, Vietnam, Zanzibar. STANLEY RODGER WESTOVER MUFF OVERBROOK Norwich, New York MUSTERING PETTY OFFICER 68-363 ACADEMY RECORD: Basketball, Tennis, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Atlantic, S.S. Export Challenger, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Catalina, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Champion, S.S. American Pilot, SS. American Racer, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. Texaco Georgia, Texas Oil Company. VOYAGES: Algeria, Argentina, Azores, Belgium, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Gennany, Gibraltar, Great Bntain, Greece, Italy, Liberia, Morocco, Nether- lands, Panama, Peru, Scotland, Spain. Trinidad, Tunisia, Turkey. D JAMES ROBERT TRYON MAN MOUNTAIN Heidelberg, Germany THIRD BATTALION TRAINING OFFICER ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Dance Committ. lifters Club, Varsity Club, Tennis. SEA DUrV ' : S.S. Jesse Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.; S.S. Del Sol, Delta Steamship Lines, 68-363 Weight- Inc; nah, A VOYAGES: Africa, Ge S.S. Gulf Knight, Gulf Oil Company; NS. Expurt-lsbrandtsen Angola, Congo Republic, Egj ' pt, French West many, Greece, Italy, Ivory Coast, Spain, Turkey. ALAN EUGENE WIGTON Perrysville, Ohio THIRD BATTALION COMMISSARY OFFICER 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Pistol. SEA DUTY: S.S. Mormacbay, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; S.S. Pioneer Mart, United States Lines Company, Inc.; S.S. African Mercury, Farrell Lines, Inc VOYAGES: Ascension Islands, Belgium, Brazil, Curacao, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Japan, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, Sweden, Trinidad, Venezuela, Korea. EUGENE ADRIAN TURCHETTI GENE Wyoming, Pennsylvania GUIDON PETTY OFFICER 68-368 ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, Ring Dance Committee, Newman Club, Ski Club, Camera Club, Ship ' s Service Committee, Intramurals. SEA DUTY: S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc.; S.S. Constitution, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Af- rican Dawn, Farrell Lines, Inc.; S.S. American Contrac- tor, L nited States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Dutch West Indies, France, Haiti, Hong Kong, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Morocco, Mo- zambique, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines, Re- public of South Africa, South West Africa, Spain, Tan- zania, Venezuela, Zanzibar. JOHN PAUL WOLF JOHN Valley Spring, New York PLATOON COMMANDER 68-267 ACADEMY RECORD: Ski Club, Varsity Club, Football, Track. SEA DUTY: S.S. American Pilot. S.S. Pioneer Contrac- tor, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines. These two men were members of the Class of 1968 for three years, and began the fourth and final one with the rest of the class. However, in the early part of the year, both of them encountered medical difficulties, and were forced to take setbacks to die Class of 1969. Regardless of this, however, we will always remember them as part of our class, for it is with us that they spent most of their time at the Academy. II II JOHN ANTHONY MAZZA SHIRAS MICHAEL WALKER 130 riL IT i ■ ' T il II Ml ' M 11)1 m, II 11 ■ n a MB FIRST CLASS SECTIONS The following eight pages are dedicated, one each, to the eight first class year sections. We feel that the members of our class will always best remember their own section-mates, because, it is with that group of midshipmen, that each of us spent most of our time with. Generally, the members of a section live in the same company, attend classes together, study together, eat together, and for all practical purposes live together. All of these sections have been together for two years, and two of them were together for three years. In order therefore, to aid the memory of our class- mates, we have prepared the following section. 131 Sitting: J. Grant, F. Carroll, C. Howard, D. Clark, W. Sember, J. Hotaling, W. Dunn, H. Brown, R. Casamassina, D. Roberts, J. Wilson, R. Faucett. Standing: R. Byrnes, L. O ' Neill, J. English, J. Taylor, C. Pearson, E. Katsanipes, W. Kirchner. Not Pictured: J. Kranzler. 68-162 HERBERT EARL BROWN, JR. RAYMOND JOSEPH BYRNES FRANCIS JOHN CARROLL ROBERT NICHOLAS CASAMASSINA DONALD STONE CLARK WILLIAM JOSEPH DUNN JOSEPH RAYMOND ENGLISH ROBERT RIAN FAUCETT JEFFREY ERIC GRANT JOHN MONROE HOTALING CREGAN JOHN HOWARD ERNEST THOMAS KATSAMPES WILLIAM HARRISON KIRCHNER JON ALAN KRANZLER LAWRENCE JOSEPH O ' NEILL, JR. CHARLES BEVERLY PEARSON DENNIS REGINALD ROBERTS WILLIAM JAMES SEMBER JAMES EDWARD TAYLOR JAMES RICHARD WILSON 132 68-164 BURNIS SYLVESTER ACUFF DAVID WILLIAM ALDRICH RICHARD IRWIN DOTTS ROBERT COLONEL FEATHERE R KENNETH EUGENE FORISTER ANDREW JOHN CI0 T:NC0 MICHAEL DENNIS HADO DENIS SCOTT JEWETT RICHARD WALTER KLING JOHN SCOTT MACAULAY JOHN ERNEST MASTROPIETRO HARVEY JOHN THOMAS MOTT WILLIAM FRANCIS MURPHY EUGENE CHARLES NIENH KENNETH ROBERT PAGANO TERRENCE LEE PARKER JOHN DOUGLAS PA VIA RICHARD ROY RYALLS JOHN ALLAN THOMAS JAMES MICHAEL TODD FREDDIE BAZELL WILSON, III ELLIOTT EVEN WOODS giimi MILI Sitting: W. Murphy, D. Jewett, B. Acuff, K. Pagano, R. Featherer, F. Wilson, E. Woods, T. Parker, R. Dotts, R. Kling, R. Ryalls, J. Thomas. Statuling: J. Macaulay, K. Forister, A. Giovenco, D. Aldrich, H. Mott, J. Todd. Not Pictured: M. Hado, J. Mastropietro, E. Niemi, J. Pavia. 133 68-165 I RAY BURTON BEESON, II JOHN ESTEL BLOXOM GREGORY LEIGH BROCKDORF WILLIAM HARRIS BURKE, JR. PETER ANDREW EASTMAN JOHN RICHARD GALLAGHER JEFFREY ALLEN HAAS THOMAS LEWIS HAMBERGER WILLIAM JAMES HEFFERNAN, III PHILIP JOHN KITCHENS ALFRED PRESTON JUMP, JR. DEAN FREDERICK KEHMEIER MICHAEL KELLY LAWSON ROBERT CHARLES LEWIS KENNETH JAMES LYONS ROBERT JEROME McCLURE TERRENCE LIXTER MOORHEAD JAMES ADAM MUCCI MICHAEL ANTHONY MURELLO ROBERT RANDOLPH PEARSON JOHN HAMILTON PIGOTT JIM CLEADUS TEAGUE KENNETH HANFORD WARNER EDWARD LAWSON WOODS Sitting: M. Murello, J. Teague, J. Mucci, G. Brockdorf, W. HefFcrnan, P. Hitchens, A. Jump. E. Woods, R. McClure, P. Eastman, J. Gallagher, J. Haas. Starulinn: K. Warner, T. Moor- head, K. Lyons, J. Bloxom, R. Reason, T. Hamberger, R. Lewis, D. Kehmeier, R. Pearson. Not Pictured: W. Burke, M. Lawson, J. Pigott. 13-1 !l Sitting: W. Ahearn, G. Parks, W. Haneline, P. Phillips, J. Ware, J. Isabella, P. Skripol, S. Levenshus, H. Abair, E. White, J. DeMartino, R. Reiche, P. Conroy, M. Schecter. Standing: E. Pranulis, D. McCory, R. Weigang, R. Rehm, G. Kohl, R. Fernandez, J. Walker, D. Konnick, M. Hanford. 68-260 68-360 HAROLD WALTER ABAIR WILLIAM THOMAS AHEARN PATRICK THOMAS CONROY JOSEPH FRANCIS DeMARTINO, JR. RAYMOND ANTONIO FERNANDEZ WILLIAM JEAN HANELINE MAURICE JAMES HANFORD, III JOSEPH ANTHONY ISABELLA GEORGE ALFRED KOHL, JR. DENNIS ANDREW KONNICK STUART BARRY LEVENSHUS DUNCAN DOUGLAS McCORY GREIG HOULDSWORTH PARKS PETER HOWARD PHILLIPS EDWARD DAVID PRANULIS RUSSEL NEIL REHM RAYMOND WILLIAM REICHE MARK STEPHAN SCHECTER PAUL GREGORY SKRIPOL JAMES " L " WALKER, II JAMES MARLYN WARE RICHARD JOHN WEIGANG EARL TIMOTHY WHITE 135 Sitting: D. Walter, C. Wong, B. Goddard, R. Lewis, H. McDonald, J. Ferguson, L. Krueger. J. Lewis, D. Mozgala, N. Kroeger, T. Morris, D. Peavy, R. Smith, J- Hjersman. Standing: V. Sottile, W. Funkliouser, R. Shakeshaft, C. McDonald. Not Pictured: W. Henderson. I 68-266 JOHN HENRY FERGUSON WILLIAM FLOYD FUNKHOUSER BOYD TAYLOR GODDARD WILLIAM RICHARD HENDERSON JOHN CARL HJERSMAN NICHOLAS BERNARD KROEGER, JR. LEWIS HAROLD KRUEGER JOHN FRANCIS LEWIS, JR. ROBERT GORDON LEWIS CHARLTON THOMAS McDONALD, JR. HUGH JOSEPH McDONALD, JR. THOMAS EARL MORRIS DAVID PAUL MOZGALA DONALD ROGER PEAVY RICHARD STEPHEN SHAKESHAFT RICHARD RANDALL SMITH VINCENT JOHN SOTTILE DAVID LEE WALTER CHRISTIAN CHARLES WONG r 136 s ROBERT GALE ALLEE BARRY VINCENT COSTANZI HAROLD LEE ELLWANGER, JR. WILLIAM EDWARD HEDDAEUS RONALD FRANCIS HEIMBURGER THEODORE CLARKE HUNT RICHARD CARL LOSCH DOUGLAS ALAN MacPHERSON CARL ALAN MILLER DOUGLAS BILL NEEL PETER-ROLF OHNSTAD ROBERT CORNELIUS PAUL LAWRENCE WILLIAM REIMER, JR. LAWRENCE JOHN ROGERS ROBERT BARE ROGERS 68-267 WILLIAM DENNIS SAMMON S ERNEST DAVID SEDDON, JR. JAMES GLENN THOMPSON SCOTT BARRY TRAHAN DAVID JULIUS VAN OSS GEORGE ALEXANDER WELLER JOHN PAUL WOLF Sitting: G. Weller, J. Thompson, E. Seddon, H. EUwanger, D. Van Oss, J. Wolf, R. Paul, D. MacPherson, L. Reimer, D. Neel, ' . Sammons, R. Heimburger, S. Trahan, L. Rogers, C. Miller. Standing: P. Ohnstad, W. Heddaeus, B. Costanzi, R. Allee, R. Losch, R. Rogers, T. Hunt. 137 68-363 RICHARD EDWARD BARRY, JR. MARK CORNELIUS CHRISTIANSEN STEPHEN DUDLEY CLARKE THOMAS EDWARD FIEDLER ALAN JAME FLOOD ALBERT RICHARD GALIK GEOFFREY WOODS GILL AARON LEMUEL GRENLEY WILLIAM ALBERT HAMANN, JR. ROBERT CHARLES HAMILTON RANDOLPH LEE KIHM JONATHAN FREDERICK KLEIN JOHN CONWAY McKEE, JR. GEORGE PATRICK McSHEA, JR. JOSEPH ORR PATERSON, JR. CHARLES ROBERT PILLSBURY WILLIAM ALOYSIUS PRINDIVILLE JOHN MICHAEL RANDOLPH GEORGE WILLIAM REICHART MERRILL HENRY ROLLINS GREGORY J OHN SEBUCK GEORGE THOMAS STUPSKI JAMES ROBERT TRYON STANLEY RODGER WESTOVER Sitting: M. Christiansen, J. Patterson, G. Gill, T. Fiedler, S. Clarke, R. Barry, A. Grenley, S. Westover, G. Sebuck, J. Randolph, W. Hamann, W. Prindiville, A. Galik, G. Stiipski, J. McKee. Standing: M. Rollins, J. Klein, G. McShea, J. Tryon, A. Flood, R. Hamilton, C. Pillsbury, G. Reichart. Not Pictured: R. Kihm. 138 •ti !Tm Sitting: J. Opet, E. Turchetti, W. Stevens, C. Beilstein, C. Szulc, A. Schultz, W. Walus, M. Popovich, A. Wigton, B. Hanson, A. Rydzewski, J. Nowakowski, R. Leeper, E. Cartlidge. Standing: R. Hickey, R. Smidi, R. Sutton, C. Schroeder, R. Rowan, H. Sevan, H. Wood, J. Harbach, C. Robertson. Not Pictured: L. Simmonds. 68-368 GARY DEVIN BEILSTEIN HARRY STEPHEN BEVAN EDWARD SUTTERLEY CARTLIDGE BERNARD THEODORE HANSON, JR. JAMES ALFRED HARBAGH RAYMOND FRANGIS HICKEY ROBERT NEAL LEEPER JAMES BERNARD NOWAKOWSKI JOHN RICHARD OPET MICHAEL THOMAS POPOVICH CLINTON DELAHAY ROBERTSON, JR. ROBERT MICHAEL ROWAN ADOLPH JOHN RYDZEWSKI CHARLES ROBERT SCHROEDER ALFRED EDWARD SCHULTZ LeROY SAMUEL SIMMONDS RAYMOND RUSSEL SMITH WILLIAM DAVID STEVENS RAYMOND DAVID SUTTON CHRISTOPHER CHARLES SZULC EUGENE ADRIAN TURCHETTI VALTER EDWARD WALUS ALAN EUGENE WIGTON HERBERT NORMAN WOOD, JR. GRADUATE INDEX •M»» Harold W Abair 98, 86, 135 Bumis S. Acuff -. -76, 133, 184, 196, 210, 211 William T. Alieam 120, 135, 168, 275, 284 Da id W. Aldrich 76, 74, 133, 157, 196 Robert G. Allee .90, 137, 245, 246 Richard E. Barry, Jr. 120, 138, 172, 275, 284, 287, 320 Ray B. Beeson, II 77, 74, 134, 168 Gary D. Beilstein 121, 139, 179, 183, 236, 246, 248, 254, 260, 261 Harry S. Bevan 121, 139 John E. Bloxom ...77, 62, 134, 178, 198 Gregory L. Brockdorf 66, 64, 134 Herbert E. Brown, Jr 66, 132, 174, 176, 203, 236, 238, 239, 275 Raymond J. Byrnes 67, 132, 154, 196 William H. Burke, Jr .67, 162 Francis J. Carroll 76, 62, 132, 197 Edward S. Cartlidge 110, 139, 157, 290, 291 Robert N. Casamassina ...76, 60, 132, 186, 194, 212 Mark C. Christiansen 120, 58, 138, 284, 312 Donald S. Clark 66, 64, 132, 176, 197, 203, 290, 310 Stephen D. Clarke... 121, 138, 198, 226, 272 Patrick T. Conroy ...110, 135, 176 Barry V. Costanzi 90, 137, 164, 174 Joseph F. DeMartino, Jr 111, 135, 166, 284, 283 Richard 1. Dotts ....77, 60, 133 William J. Dunn -77, 132, 154, 186, 197, 198, 203, 239, 312 Peter A. Eastman..... ......78, 60, 134 Harold L. Ellwanger, Jr 78, 62, 63, 137, 198 Joseph R. English.. ...66, 64, 132, 180, 186 Robert R. Faucett ...79, 132, 162, 166, 172, 203, 270 Robert C. Featherer 67, 62, 131, 133, 157, 158, 166, 170, 172, 180 John H. Ferguson 98, 96, 136, 168, 270 Raymond A. Fernandez 99, 135, 170, 172, 194, 222, 240, 264, 267, 268, 269, 296 Thomas E. Fiedler... ..121,58, 118, 119, 138, 190, 195, 305 Alan J. Flood 122, 138, 180, 187, 266 Kenneth E. Forister 67, 131, 133, 156, 182 William F. Funkhouser 99, 86, 136, 192 Albert R. Gahk 122, 138, 239, 270 John R. Gallagher 68, 134, 180, 244, 245 Geoflfrey W. Gill... 123, 138, 182 Andrew J. Giovenco ....79, 131, 133, 183 Boyd T. Goddard 91, 86, 136, 154 Jeffrey E. Grant 78, 132, 164, 239 Aaron L. Grenley 123, 138, 182, 200, 248 Jeffrey A. Haas 68, 134, 168, 272, 273, 256, 296 Michael D. Hado 79, 131, 158 William A. Hamann, Jr 122, 138, 176, 190, 236, 270, 304 Thomas L. Hamberger 122, 106, 134, 304 Robert G. Hamilton 123, 138, 312 William J. Haneline _ ..Ill, 135, 180 Maurice J. Hanford, III 91, 88, 89, 135, 162, 164, 220, 266, 284, 286 Bernard T. Hanson, Jr 110, 59, 108, 109, 139, 224 James A. Harbach 110, 108, 109, 139, 164, 224, 250 WiUiam E. Heddaeus 90, 137, 172 William J. Heffernan, III 69, 134, 300, 301 Ronald F. Heimburger 91, 137, 170, 288 William R. Henderson 98, 176, 198 Raymond F. Hickey 111, 108, 139, 304 Philip J. Hitchens 69, 134, 166, 244, 245 John C. Hjersman 99, 136 John M. Hotaling 80, 164 Cregan J. Howard 68, 132, 186, 196, 245 Theodore C. Hunt 92, 137, 266, 267, 268 Joseph A. Isabella 112, 135, 162, 229, 284 Denis S. Jewett 80, 133, 179, 196, 218 Alfred P. Jump, Jr .81, 60, 61, 134, 168, 190, 201, 266, 292 Ernest T. Katsampes ..69, 132, 276, 277 Dean F. Kehmeier 69, 134, 206, 242 Randolph L. Kihm 123, 182, 256 William H. Kirchner 70, 132, 196 Jonathan F. Klein 124, 118, 119, 138, 162, 174, 182, 191, 198, 226 Richard W. Kling 81, 131, 133, 228, 315 George A. Kohl, Jr. 99, 96, 97, 135, 222, 267 Dennis A. Konnick 112, 135, 164, 284 Jon A. Kranzler ...70, 158 Nicholas B. Kroeger, Jr. 100, 136, 250 Lewis H. Krueger 100, 136, 154, 162, 198 Michael K. Lawson 71, 156, 195, 244, 243, 316 Robert N. Leeper 124, 118, 180 Stuart B. Levenshus 125, 135, 174, 180, 194, 288 John F. Lewis, Jr. 101, 96, 136, 157, 168, 170, 174 Robert C. Lewis 71, 62, 63, 134, 200, 235 Robert G. Lewis .101, 136 Richard C. Losch 92, 137, 168, 180, 245, 256, 318 Kenneth J. Lyons. 70, 62, 134, 176 John S. Macaulay 80, 74, 131, 133, 196 Douglas A. MacPherson 93, 137 John E. Mastropietro . .81, 74, 162, 182, 184, 186 Robert J. McClure 81, 62, 134, 198, 203, 235, 259 Duncan D. McCory 125, 106, 135, 170 Charlton T. McDonald, Jr. .100, 86, 87, 136, 201 Hugh J. McDonald, Jr. 93, 88, 136, 192 John C. McKee, Jr. 124, 138, 193, 284, 296, 312 George P. McShea, Jr 125, 138, 162 Carl A. Miller 100, 86, 137, 166, 184, 262 Terrence L. Moorhead 70, 64, 134, 195, 216, 244, 245 Thomas E. Morris ...lOl, 86, 136, 259 Harvey J. T. Mott 82, 74, 73, 133, 218 Da id P. Mozgala 92, 88, 89, 136, 139, 162, 166, 220, 266 James A. Mucci .....71, 134, 195, 229, 265 Michael A. Murello 71, 64, 65, 134, 164, 170, 197, 216, 328 William F. Murphy 72, 133, 164, 241, 296 Douglas B. Neel 92, 59, 137, 174, 198, 202, 266 Eugene G. Niemi 82, 179, 182, 210 James B. Nowakowski .....113, 139, 176, 194 Peter-Rolf Ohnstad, Jr 93, 137, 164, 220 Lawrence J. O ' Neill, Jr. _.83, 74, 75, 132, 154, 166, 186, 193, 196, 218, 276, 277 John R. Opet ...113, 108, 139, 176, 224 Kenneth R. Pagano 83, 131, 133, 179 Terrence L. Parker 82, 133, 236 Greig H. Parks.... 101, 135, 273, 292 Joseph O. Patterson, Jr 125, 138, 176, 2S4, 312 Robert C. Paul -102, 96, 137 John D. Pav-ia -82, 60 Charles B. Pearson...- 72, 132, 270 Robert R. Pearson 73, 134, 180, 244, 245, 316 Donald R. Peavy ....._ 102, 96, 136, 162 Peter H. Phillips..... -...103, 13.5, 272, 273, 298, 299 John H. PiRott ....73, 168, 182, 196, 316 Charles R. Pillsbury ....- 112, 138, 247, 252, 253 Michael T. Popovich 126, 106, 139, 164 Edward D. Pranulis ...103, 135 William A. Prindiville 126, 106, 138, 236, 259, 261 John M. Randolph .113, 60, 138, 182, 187, 200 Russel N. Rehm 113, 135, 176, 200, 202, 275 George W. Reichart ....- 127, 138, 249, 270 Raymond W. Reiche 94, 135 Lawence W. Reimer, Jr. 102, 86, 87, 137, 192, 256 Dennis R. Roberts -72, 132, 214, 274, 275 Clinton D. Robertson, Jr -83, 60, 139, 159, 172, 249 Lawrence J. Rogers 103, 88, 137, 168, 215, 258 Robert B. Rogers 114, 59, 108, 137, 288 Merrill H. Rollins 127, 138, 168, 190, 270 Robert M. Rowan... 114, 139, 270 Richard R. Ryalls 83, 133, 264, 269 Adolph J. Rydzewski 115, 139, 170, 172, 183, 248, 260 Wilham D. Sammons 104, 137, 292, 293 Mark S. Schecter 115, 135, 154, 272, 300, 302, 303 Charles R. Schroeder ......114, 139, 164, 170, 198, 203 Alfred E. Schultz 126, 139, 226 Gregory J. Sebuck 127, 138, 202, 284, 286 Ernest D. Seddon, Jr 94, 137 William J. Sember 84, 132, 179, 210, 211 Richard S. Shakeshaft 104, 136 LeRoy S. Simmonds 114 Paul G. Skripol. — 127, 135, 158, 174, 176, 193, 194, 203, 238, 275 Raymond R. Smith - - 128, 106, 139, 304 Richard R. Smidi 105, 136 Vincent J. Sottile 95, 136, 200, 265, 266, 267, 275 William D. Stevens . George T. Stupski . .115, 139, 246, 275 . 115, 138, 166, 182, 304 Ra Tnond D. Sutton .-. 116, 139, 162 Christopher C. Szdc ...116, 139, 154, 180, 183, 190 Tames E. Taylor 73, 64, 65, 132, 203, 216 Jim C. Teague - 84, 60, 61, 134, 164, 166, 172, 201, 266 John A. Thomas 85, 133 Tames G. Thompson -95, 88, 137, 198 James M. Todd 85, 62, 133 Scott B. Trahan - 94, 137, 300, 303 James R. Tryon 128, 106, 138, 166, 190, 305 Eugene A. Turchetti 129, 118, 139, 180, 266 David J. Van Oss 105, 137, 168, 176, 192, 214 James L. Walker, II .95, 135, 156, 172, 194, 203, 238, 316, 318 David L. Walter. 104, 135, 174 Walter E. Walus 117, 60, 139, 164, 166, 174, 180, 194, 259 James M. Ware..... 117, 135, 284 Kenneth H. Warner 84, 134, 166, 198, 234 Richard J. Weigang 116, 135, 284, 286 George A. Weller 104, 86, 137, 172, 183, 192 Stanley R. Westover 128, 138, 172, 305 Earl T. White 105, 96, 97, 135, 154, 158, 222, 267 Alan E. Wigton 129, 106, 139, 156, 295 Freddie B. Wilson, III 85, 133, 168, 264 James R. Wilson 85, 132 John P. Wolf 129, 137, 284 ChrisHan C. Wong 105, 136, 159, 168, 259 Herbert N. Wood, Jr 117, 108, 139, 168, 198 Edward L. Woods 117, 106, 107, 134, 192, 194, 288, 304 Elhott E. Woods 73, 133, 156 AWARDS %iM Bailey Memorial Award Midshipman outstanding in personality, general bearing, and aptitude. Robert C. Lewis National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Award Midshipman with highest grades in Naval Science subjects. Harvey J. T. Mott American Bureau of Shipping Award Midshipman with a high scholastic standing, character, leadership, and i articipation in extra-curricular activities. John M, Randolph American Institute of Marine Underwriters Award Midshipman with highest grade in Marine Insurance. Russell N. Rehm Steadman Trophy The outstanding athlete in the graduating class. Richard E. Barry, Jr. United States Lines, Incorporated, Award Service as Regimental Commander. Alfred P. Jump, Jr. Cargocaire Award Most outstanding cargo sea project. Robert C. Paul Marine Electric Corporation Award Midshipman with highest grade in Electrical Engineering. James A. Harbach American Legion Distinguished Service Medal and Award Outstanding qualities of Americanism. Thomas E. Fiedler Society of Marine Port Engineers of New York Award Engineer Midshipman outstanding in Sea Year practical studies. Jeffrey E. Grant Admiral Land Medal and Award Deck Midshipman most outstanding in Naval Architecture. John M. Randolph American Seaman ' s Friend Society Award Extraordinary effort in improving scholastic standing and aptitude. Ray B. Beeson, II Captain Hugh A. Andrews Memorial Award Characteristics of a finished officer- sincerity, integrity, leadership, cooperation and aptitude. Thomas L. Hamberger Reserve Officers Association of the United States Award Service as Drill Team Commander. Robert N. Casamassina Larkin Navigation Award Midshipman with a high average grade in Navigation. Robert R. Pearson Propeller Club of the United States, Port of New York Awards The top Deck Midshipman and the top Engineer Midshipman. John M. Randolph Russcl N. Rehm Baker, Voorhis Award in Maritime Law Deck Midshipman with highest a ' crage grade in Maritime Law. Ronald F. Hcimburger Joseph Lipsct Memorial Award Midshipman who has done the most for the Academy in keeping with the Mission. Vincent J. Sottile Naval Order of the United States Award Service as Regimental Commander. Alfred P. Jump, Jr. AWARDS ,., !«itAniJs : ' ,-.uw. National Society, Children of the American Revolution Award Midshipman with highest average in Humanities Department. Wilham H. Burke, Jr. Arthur Tickle Award Engineer Midshipman outstanding in Naval Architecture. James A. Harbach American Society of Naval Engineers Award Engineer Midshipman in the upper ten percent who exhibits potentials as an outstanding Engineer, and eligible for a Naval Reserve Commission. Russel N. Rehm Eugene F. Aforan Award Midshipman with greatest proficiency in small boats handling. James L. Walker, II Albert V. Moore Award in Marine Transportation Deck Midshipman with the highest average in Marine Transportation. Aaron L. Grenley Albert V. Moore Award in Meteorology Deck Midshipman witli highest grade in Meteorology. Dean F. Kehmeier Matthew Fontaine Maury Award Midshipman among the highest ten percent in mathematics and science and outstanding in leadership, military bearing, and aptitude. Dennis R. Roberts USMMA Alumni Association Award Midshipman elected president of the graduating class. Douglas B. Neel National Society, Daughters of the Founders and Patriots of America Award Midshipman with the higliest average in history. William H. Burke, Jr. Paulsen-Weber Award Deck Midshipman demonstrating outstanding proficiency in practical seamanship courses. Richard C. Losch Marine Engineers Beneficial Association, District 2 Award Engineer Midshipman who in the opinion of his classmates possesses the qualities and attributes to make him an outstanding Marine Engineering Officer. Russel N. Rehm USMMA Officers ' Wives ' Club Award Service as Regimental Executive Officer. Jim C. Teague Royal Society of Arts (Thomas Gray Memorial) Midshipman with a high average in Navigation. Jim C. Teague Great Neck Power Squadron Award Midshipman who has submitted the most outstanding Nautical Science Sea Project. Dean F. Kehmeier Gulf Oil Corporation Awards Deck and Engineer Midshipman who were outstanding in the Deck and Engineer Sea Projects respectfidly. Dan F. Kehmeier Wilham F. Murphy Sea-Land Service Award Midsliipman who has submitted the best thesis on the following subject: " A Contemporary Merchant Marine Problem and Its Solution. " Lawrence J. Rogers Superintendent ' s Cup for Character Midshipman, who, in the opinion of his classmates, leads the class in personal traits characteristic of an officer and a gentleman. Charlton T. McDonald, Jr. AFTER GRADUATION ADMIRALTY MARINE, INC. John H. Pigott ALASKA BARGE TUG CORP. Dean F. Kehmeier AMERICAN EXPORT-ISBRANDTSEN LINES, INC. Patrick T. Conroy William J. Dunn Peter A. Eastman Harold L. EUwanger, Jr. Joseph R. English Robert R. Faucett Kenneth E. Forister William F. Funkliouser John R. Gallagher William R. Henderson William H. Kirchner Kenneth J. Lyons Robert J. McClure John E. Mastropietro Thomas E. Morris William F. Murphy Terry L. Parker Peter H. Phillips Edward D. Pranulis Merrill H. Rollins Robert M. Rowan William D. Sammons David J. Van Oss James L. Walker, II Freddie B. Wilson, HI James R. Wilson AMERICAN MAIL LINE, LTD. Barry V. Costanzi William J. Haneline Bernard T. Hanson, Jr. Cregan J. Howard Douglas A. MacPherson Russel W. Rehm Raymond W. Reiche Edward L. Woods Elliott E. Woods , ' 1 AMERICAN PRESIDENT GULF OIL CORP. LINES, LTD. j Richard E. Barry, Jr. Robert C. Lewis Gregory L. Brockdorf Richard I. Dotts Dennis A. Konnick AMERICAN TRADING George P. McShea, Jr. PRODUCTION CORP. Robert R. Pearson :l Raymond F. Hickej ' Larry W. Reimer, Jr. William E. Heddaeus Jim C. Teague : Joseph O. Patterson, Jr. Michael T. Popovich Alan E. Wigton HUDSON WATERWAYS Ray B. Beeson, II CHEVRON SHIPPING CO. Harry S. Bevan Maurice J. Hanford, HI Raymond J. Byrnes Theodore C. Hunt Francis J. Carroll John M. Randolph Edward S. Cartlidge Donald S. Clark Jeffrey E. Grant CITIES SERVICE TANKER CORP. John C. Hjersman Gary D. Beilstein Denis S. Jewett Christopher C. Szulc Ernest T. Katsampes Richard J. Weigang Jon A. Kranzler Michael K. Lawson John R. Opet CLEVELAND CLIFFS IRON CO. James A. Mucci Alan J. Flood Michael A. Murello Charles R. Schroeder Alfred E. Schultz DELAWARE RIVER BAY Paul G. Skripol AUTHORITY William D. Stevens Herbert E. Brown, Jr. Eugene A. Turchetti FARRELL LINES HUMBLE OIL REFINING CO. William H. Burke, Jr. Harold W. Abair Stuart B. Levenshus Albert R. Galik Robert C. Hamilton Robert G. Lewis GRACE LINE, INC. Duncan D. McCory Joseph F. DeMartino, Jr. Kenneth R. Pagano Aaron L. Grenley Lawrence J. Rogers Terrence L. Moorhead Ernest D. Seddon, Jr. LeRoy S. Simnionds James M. Ware i LYKES BROTHERS STEAMSHIP CO., INC. Andrew J. Gio -enco Ronald F. Heimburger Adolph J. R dzevvsl i James G. Thompson MARITIME ADMINISTRATIOiN John M. Hotaling MILITARY SEA TRANSPORTATION SERVICE Robert G. Allee MOBIL OIL CORP. John H. Ferguson William A. Hamann, Jr. Robert N. Leeper Raymond R. Smith James M. Todd MOORE-McCORMACK LINES, INC. Alfred P. Jump, Jr. George A. Kohl, Jr. Gregory J. Sebuck Earl T. White POLING TRANSPORTATION CORP. Harvey J. T. Mott Kenneth H. Warner REYNOLDS METALS CO. George W. Reichart SEA LAND SERVICE, INC. Burnis S. Acuff Mark C. Christiansen Stephen D. Clark Tliomas E. Fiedler Geoffrey W. Gill Jeffrey A. Haas Jonathan F. Klein Charles R. Pillsbury Richard S. Shakcshaft SUN OIL CO. Joseph A. Isabella Herbert N. Wood TEXACO, INC. John E. Bloxom Lewis H. Krueger John F. Lewis, Jr. Hugh J. McDonald, Jr. David P. Mozgala Robert C. Paul Donald R. Peavy James E. Taylor UNITED FRUIT CO. Philip J. Hitchens U. S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS Richard R. Ryalls UNITED STATES LINES CO. Thomas L. Hamberger Mark S. Schecter VICTORY CARRIERS, INC. Ra Tnond D. Sutton I. O. MASTERS, MATES, PILOTS William J. Heffernan, III Richard C. Losch John G. McKee, Jr. Douglas B. Neel Peter-Rolf Ohnstad, Jr. William A. Prindiville Richard B. Rogers George T. Stupsld Scott B. Trahan James R. Tryon Stanley R. Westover MARINE ENGINEERS BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION William T. Ahearn Da id W. Aldrich Robert C. Featlierer Raymond A. Fernandez Boyd T. Goddard Michael D. Hado Richard W. Kling Nicholas B. Kroeger, Jr. Charlton T. McDonald, Jr. John S. Macaulay Eugene C. Niemi James B. Nowakowski Lawrence J. O ' Neill, Jr. Greig H. Parks John D. Pavia Charles B. Pearson Dennis R. Roberts Clinton D. Robertson, Jr. William J. Sember Richard R. Smith Vincent J. Sottile John A. Thomas David L. Walter Walter E. Walus L68 ' S SWEETHEARTS | ( 146 ANDREA GUNILLA JOAN 147 PAUL A. DeLORENZO On January 10, 1965, one of our classmates, Paul DeLorenzo, was struck and killed in an automobile accident while returning from a basketball victory over Stony Brook State, a game in which he had played a major role. Paul was a good scholar and an active and eager participant in all facets of Academy life. His quiet, deeply-rested self-confidence made him highly re- garded by all those who knew him. In addition, Paul was a fine athlete whose poise was often noted by his teammates. His coolness and determination under pressure will be remembered and admired for a long time. His easy-going, friendly manner made ever ' one, even new acquaintances, feel perfectly at ease. He always had a good word for everyone, at any time, no matter what the situation. We, as his classmates and friends, feel it was an honor and a privilege to have known Paul; his passing was a loss to us, and to the Academy. He was as " fine a Midshipman as ever we have known. " Although his stay was short, his memory will long remain in our hearts. I I •J Alma MnUv (§[}, fitalplu. Blrifphnrn Alma M xtn ®l)f Bam li flouis softly at tl|g f t; Aub suuB t stnkFB arrofis its maters Ab fiUutr ttntPB munk? rftr at. nm bim tl)? patl|B m h tnss m liarkn BB, ®I|0 BtarB ahoup n«r magB a pntut. WAi Bbt BHwvt nbanvh till mnruing. ( oh BUn t[)n nipll, lICingB Jpaint. 1 OUR FOUR YEARS J aa ahMJ - !j . J ' ' i " " ;i A At the Academy, even in everyday life, we are growing and gaining in knowledge. This is ac- complished in our deal- ings with our ship- mates - roommates, section mates, and classmates — each one a little bit of life itself. In the process we learn of the intricacies of personal dealings and relationships which de- velop in each of us a " high sense of honor, uprightness, and loyal- ty. " PLEBE YEAR MHW Siiisilir Inaugural Parade— 1965. } August 23, 1964. ! Plebe Year is one of indoctrination for a life at sea. It begins with two weeks of indoctrination into Academy life, preparing the members of a new class for the duties and responsibilities that they will be held accountable for during their first year at Kings Point. The course of study for plebes is basically one of indoctrina- tion into the life and duties of a Third Mate or Third Assistant Engineer aboard ship. A plebe learns a little about everything, but not a great deal in any one area. His dieoretical knowledge from tliis year, coupled with his practical experience from Sea Year is the foundation of his nautical education. A plebe is somewhat of a rare creature, and much is expected of him. It is for this reason diat the highest fatality rate a class faces is in their Plebe Year. Herein are shown some of the experiences of the Class of 1968 as plebes. 155 Jm Chins at 0605. High Types. Michael Kelly in his go to meeting suit. My last set of clean CPO ' S Mouse— A sharp Plebe. 157 ■■■■ Now this one is me as a plebe. Rowing CHAMPS. " I ' ve washed more salt from my socks than Practicn ' for Sea Year. 158 L ( ■i 1 Sea Year is here. 159 mm m CAPT. REED It is this year that the plebe looks forward to from the moment that he becomes conscious of what it is, and that the upperclassmen look back upon from the time they return to the Academy until they graduate and embark upon a much longer Sea Year. It is truely . . . SEA YEAR CAPT. O ' CONNELL CAPT. ERASER T e 2Ay te fz c c ty A e n 9 i ay 160 ,- - y .h ' " 7 Catching some rays. " i ' iV ' . " v J h r .v ' fh a " «o r " «fc- i o -. " .oo ' ,J ' . -r - - - - J " . J . . ' »y : ' ' v: ' y . ' , . vv . -T !t _vS= , »- $»=• j. ' ... , J ' .- . . .c, .4 J " . - ■ _ ' .., Tlic Beach Boys. fir ' s . V r t " V J " ' . ' .4- J . v . , , v ' Give u. a smilejiln. . p r S 1 H Ik: ji HHV- ' ' ' ' ' —A ...» H . ? y -- o Going out for coUoc, Turk? • ' ! - • , flV W v K c J c v- " V . . t; - 3r . vi ' . .V V . " . . : ' Drinking buddies . . .? -Q? . v 5 ' CT r CT rV . f O . r l .C .. o « O J O o . . ' x Fish Oil Davman . k) " r o F J " r it? 55 4- Deekies never work. A , . • ' - .4 : ' i . ■ sy c cf r v 5. " .J ' J ' , . ' f .il -O iiSS " . c 4 — ■iP f . |i g out to do the milking? fj ■ . " ' .«P F jS r. P . , 4 % ' . f. A monicnl ' s peace, c, . " O O , O oV o t " 4 ' ' . " o ' ' O o o - . V -V International Fraternity. O j - - " . • , s .♦ . cT ' x . ' s " " . S .c, jr . J ? WhereVe you been, Demo? ,5? vJ . j .jjj ,J a Si)igott-tliats TWO " t ' s V S v ' ' ' . ' o . ..,►• A ;s sS • ' iJ 3 jr " J ' O ' ' " " ' r r O ' y ' O ' t- , v O ' ' ' ' V o o ' . o o ' . C 0? » f i Crazy Fred at the con. _ „ ' ■ » ' - Be-Bop on the wheel. V , nS " .s ' T aV- » .S .S i J J». xi K ' V.O. on the rocks. " ««» K , ' »» ' i3 Jf ' , Got,ajnatch,hnd? , cJ ' " ' ' o r o ' r o o , wX J . . o J ' O ' . ? ' .«y .«j .v« « v« ' ' ' - c f o ' ' ' { - ' ' f kV- t r " You know who you remind me of . -jS " ' tJ. P s ?» ' • O " S ' K Ji .K .K K V . ' X..A ' . ' Time off— At sea? ►5 w " V C ' ' . " .J X ' " V- wV- vV- wV u — Av cj ' V v ' 4.V A ' J w ' .V- «? — A« cV k,« ' J A J- J AT Hiding from the Chief, Dune ' J ' 4 J " J J J , j.v ' jy A - , , . " . A»- ?• ' " • ' J - ■ " , John-John and his golden girl, .i v j - y - j V -r A " ' - V i t And for you a special price . . ' S " There ' s one in every elass ' . A A .v aV •v ,. K A jy .f ,y 4 " V . .. y j A fc. .a = . J, lU I afo „ .« -t? ' " ,qfa ' .% " ' . ? ' ' . 4S 3.- .- ..b " N , u% .3« -ft «,- - G -« " .b ..fe " n ' ' - .b ' .c,b- .0- !o .3, - " - ,% N c " tS. " " c " " ?» ' ' " t9 N " c,b ( Leave it to Chico, Snake charmer. U ' ' An old salt. Jb Don ' t step back.,b ' ' o " ' -? Jb (. ' fib _ V ' " t? ' " " o. ' " ' ' ' - ? " fe qO tS N «r t$ n. .v 5 -V .c,b qb .% P ifei M ! 7 , P ■ . ' ' ? " ■- »M 1 H Hi J Kr ' . . 1 HK , s L r W --,£S? m ,_% I r . ' V _ b Gadget at work. ' - ' . - v- _ - | -v JtJ pv «, S qA? " f . j r i J • v J » rO itSRr : -,,M « w J oS ,HV «V ' nV A y.. . y .J " .CP A A ' _ri . " . . » rcs ' ■ . o- ' r «» , J2 A twenty year man " The Boys! " Ringside seat— Trieste- - Our conquering hero. ; " -O , ■S ' ' 1 •,r. ' . -T. i ■■ ' i|y% i -- - .|i=;l ' ' -A ' || M| Ja|p ' i J ' •.- .. " ■ ' W - t r ' A ' r. ' a ' J . l , O ' ' cJ ' Ya gotta be kiddin. ' tJ O Ov ' ' - y Coming out for air. f - c, . c . , ' ' J- J- ' - .r J " J " o .- ,A -4 xV rvV .v-e- rtV ,0 .x . . ,o- o- • " " o . ■ i- , oO Breaking trdning, Joe? .CJ ' .h X oO S 4- ■ i .O .c .J " . 4 WiU in Taiwan. . ' vC? . K Actually it was 162 that . SECOND CLASS YEAR Reg Dance. Two of the fifty prettiest. Ta-Da. Rasselin ' wit the Z-Monster. ! ' . ' «HBEa«MS ' .« l««; !fl3f!SS! . Can I have a red one, Dick? I Sho me tli ' way to go home. I Mistiih, get a haircut, niistuh. ■iia»v y mile stop. Good pie, lads? Szulc over the top. The clown prince. 18i «. B-Splits on llic march. The Great War— I Just HATE E. D. Birds of a feather . . fr ' ' ' ' lt!t Total surrender. 183 1 JUNE u mn iEy.j Amen. Just like a real college. A lovely evening with a lovely lady. The winner. 19 5? 184 WEEKEND 1 j! 13 67 Truer words never spoken. Sure ' twas a grand time Memories!! 18.5 k -ir I " 9 . , y y No commont! I IS The model. The work. — w t 188 189 k RING D 191 FIRST CLASSMEN AT LAST IT ' 68 takes over, six month early. An ominous sign. m I I I f if I I M f J 1 1 j|||g||||g||g|||||||||||| priMul isit(ir-:i rrpliiM (it the Aiiicnc.i ' s Cup winner, with WcUhcrU, one of the many defenders in the baekround. Our last football march-on on Tomb Field. Devastation and destruction of a once proud Lady ' s sails ■ttk Who are you trying to kid, O ' Neill. QB John McKee set to rifle a bullet. r Hey Wally! She ' s taller than ou are. The coronation: Alicia Davis, Princess; Mary Conklin Sports Queen; Midn. Walter Wains, Master of Ceremonies: Diane Siesto, Princess. To the victors . . . . . belong the spoils. Tlie Homecoming Rowing Trophy is presented to Sixth Company Commander, Tom Fiedler. J HOMECOMING ATribute to Jim Mucci and the Spirit of 71 A fine effort by Fourth Company Plebes in tlie fence painting contest . Hey Larr -! What ' s going on? Dirty John?????? SATURDAY MORNING ROUTINE An after inspection— prior to review bridge game. Snowball fight tonight. 1 A isitor from up the Hudson gets indoctrinated concerning the relative merits of going to Kings Point or West Point. What a pretty uniform. FIRST CLASS CHICANERY 4— Someone forgot to tell them it ' s against the regulations to mess around with the flagpole. You should stick to running. Twiggy, and leave the sailing to the hardv and robust. Something ' s afoot. Aniphitrite, alias " Snow Woman. " She never looked better. Ulass I ' Ksidi lit sampling the liors d ' ociivres. Stairway to 198 Jl It couldn ' t be said better. AT LAST THE DAY HAS ARRIVED ■9 B H IHI HI HIi HHHH HHii H ■4 mmmmuhmmmHmmmmmhmm If Alfie can ' t get out on the balcony, then there won ' t be any colors. And I always tliought it was a Class I to bring liquor aboard. No more gray ties or wliite belts. AWARDS •f5 No explanations necessary. I BC Bob. BACCALAUREATE .if 4 i1- IH For one— the end at last. For the other— a momentous beginning, m amaxB A prayer of thanks. GRADUATION DAY 5 JUNE, 1968 Third Mates and Third Assistants— the goal is reached. An able speaker. Hip-Hip First and last— from top to anclior. M f REGIMENT If In the Regimenf the Corps of Midshipmen act as one for the bet- terment of Kings Point. This in turn reflects upon each mid- shipman, and " instills in him a pride in his profession and a deter- mination to uphold the traditions of the Mer- chant Marine. " The regimental activities strengthen the unity of the Corps and give it the onward impetus which it has continu- ously shown through the years. A reception in his honor. . ' K : f. A familiar sight at home games. An attentive congregation on his final Sunday at Kings Point. The daily routine-0800. mm COLOR GUARD . R. Grebasch, B. AcufF, Color Guard Captain; v ' V. Jaro, W. Seniber, E. Cattell. The Change of Command Review-Oops. 2 11 The USMMA Drill Team on Tomb Field. DRILL TEAM A snappy unit led by Bob Casamassina. u u The Queen Anne Salute caps a fine performance. m GRADUATION ROUTINE , ' I L ttfc n First Company Staff Second and Third Classmen. Kiwclinn: J. Carlner, B. Smith, T. Harding, M. Pinto, G. Man- nering, J. Litruni, J. Ilerndon, C. Shaw, G. Bach, B. Thompson. Standing: H. Cotimer, .|. Sands, T. Richardson, C. Scott, N. Bagley, W. Orlaskcy, R. Snyder, C. Hyllestad, H. Long, W. Grossman, R. Miller, D. Denny, B. Law. ilF Plebes. Kneeling: D. Deja, D. Hanni, T. Coleman, E. Loftfield, D. Montoro, M. Sciullo, C. Fodor, S. Buckland, T. Gordon, R. Johnson, J. Peake. Standins: S. Brown, D. Martyn, J. Wright, L. Wesson, J. Armstrong, J. Miller, F. Wagner, T. Childers, M. Taylor, P. Cain, J. Bengston, G. Gilbert, T. McShane, P. Hall, W. Richard. f . 5 «!l. Plebes. Kneeling: G. Mann, S. Jenkins, T. McCabe, D. Merino, W. Gossett, A. Keene, B. McCulloch. Standing: S. Andrey, R. Gunn. R. Pitts, P. Noonan, D. Libby, R. Weber, M. Woodward, R. Power, P. Canonica, R. Uhlendorf. 217 Second Company Staff Second and Thiid C:lassnKn. Knccliii ' : 1. (),lil,r, 1. Vcanians, S. Hunt, G. Padgett, R. Gunderson, J. Williams. D. Hanimi ' S, S. Parrucci. L. Doucclt, li. Atkinson, R. Grebascli, E. Kay, G. Strom, M. Subda. Standing: E. Cattell, R. Chambers, J. Butcher, G. Birch, V. Jaro, M. Crandall, J. Eason, W. Watson, D. Smith, R. Titus, D. Klannery, W. Day, R. Mollis, R. Dickey, K. Grinage, N. Gauslow, M. McVicar, F. Keesecker, S. Falknrr, D. Whitty, F. Jackson, J. Adamson. 218 la m Plebes. Kneeling: W. ShifF, S. Quan, C. Brennan, J. Casler, P. Holland, H. Knieger, K. Cos- griff, S. Butler, M. MacQuillan, B. Johnson, T. Walters, A. O ' Keefe, M. Mohler. Standing: B. Farnsworth, W. Anderson, R. Gregory, R. Clark, J. Flood, F. Murphy, B. Brumley, S. Ware, P. Resop, D. Tahaney, H. Wright, J. Vargo, D. Sococcio, D. Ginzo, H. Martin. Plebes. Kneeling: G. Hay, D. Petkewich, J. Rodriguez, R. Lawson, P. Mayer, J. Mellow, P. Barnhardt, R. Wonnell, J. Krychtal, J. May. Standing: J. Key, R. Cambell, P. MacDonald, M. Patrick, F. Iwancio, N. Udell, J. Amoroso, R. Brazil, I. Fleckenstein, R. Walston. 219 Third StafF Company. Third Classmrn. Kneeling: D. Walter, S. Robbins, J. O ' Callahan, M. Thrower, C. W ' assell, D. Lindeman, T. Ryan, P. Delaquil, R. Sehyma, R. Koerber, J. Martucci. Standing: S. Sliedarowich, T. Mayes, A. Penner, D. Brittini, P. Beyers, L. Corrado, R. Eckert, T. Lopez, P. Verrochi, J. Johnson, S. O ' Crady, F. Alberts. 220 m Plebes. Kneeling: D. Glen, V. Dean, W. Arant, S. Searcy, S. Blust, D. Loyd, R. Jones, J. Fernandez, B. Cannon, D. Snyder, R. Brownell. Standing: R. Monahan, M. Semsch, D. Lathrop, D. Christiansen, A. Lopez, T. Burke, R. Campana, T. Huniker, T. Cornell, E. Meko, L. Kline, M. Cook, W. Robinson, R. Peltz, M. Weigert, J. Teague. Plebes. Kneeling: C. Fcatherer, B. Pringle, P. Kristianscn, R. Albero, D, Loomis, ' . Drozd, R. Harkins, M. Irvin, F. Page, J. Dahl, J. Newcombe. Standing: L. Robertson, V. Ball, J. Shepard, M. Medvic, D. Childress, R. Leuschner, M. McFee, L. Roland, T. Fiori, R. Rogers, T. Giiidera, F. Matlack, E. Kajko. 221 " T Fourth Company Staff. Second Classmen. Kneeling: C. Balhrop, C. Cumming, G. Clark, A, Aiidreasen, P Bates, G. Schade, M. Chere, K. Josefek, R. Koch, A. Lcvine, M. Galiney, R. Harris. Standing: J. Riggs, P. Allen, D. Caya, M. Wholey, P. Gallagher, A. Novak, G. Smith, R. Kiyosaki, P. Gale, P. Borysevicz, D. Rcighlcy, B. Van dcr Linde, M. Ckiitine, J. Dudley, Iv Peterson, T. Folan. 222 Second Classmen. Kneeling: T. Tierney, T. MacEwen, P. Parsons, P. McCoy, G. Cassa, J. Bajor. Standing: R. Cimoch, T. Wunderlich, F. Dickman, B. Chancller, E. Guider, E. Svend- son, G. Brauns, T. Blakeman. Plcbes. Kneeling: M. Slack, A. Zurawski, T. Stallard, A. Baile -, D. Estcs, W. Busch, J. Shellem, D. Lowe, M. Lee. Standing: M. Wise, D. Markham, R. Freemont, J. DiMaggio, T. Mikel, D. Myles, J. Young, D. Kat, V. Broz, W. Tinker, D. Anderson, S. Pfeiffer, K Fidyk. Plebes. Kneeling: K. McParland, P. Sullivan, P. Kacyor, R. Coghlan, K. Wengel, H. Howie R. Bingham; M. Groff, P. Presiose, V. Mueller, D. Bufio. Standing: W. Sheldon, D. Harding, J. Nichols, G. Adams, V. Arias, C. Cashman, B. Poole, R. Timoney, R. Koylowski, D. Alberi, S. Owen, C. Reinhardt, P. Finley, B. Doyle. 223 Second Classmin. Kneeling: J. Olson, R. Magec, J. Eldredge, D. Bccknian, W. Skinner, R. Davenliall, P. Younf;, R. Davis, W. Bushey. SUindinn: J. Smith, T. Ford, R. Thornton, M. Savoy, M. Zitterinan, S. FitzWatcr, A. YedUnsky, J. Mazzei, D. Gross, R. Boyer, V. Lekse. H ' urn 1- v - — J itiiiil It i4. - •••; f-f «if-; its% ' : ■, ' .).-.it. ' :i ' j ,;■■■■■ ..i:: ' U!r.;: ' tii.il Second ClassniL ' n. Kneeling: A. Tuzinkic-wicz, II. Winstotk, J Hulierts, S. Wright, R. Petzold, T. Dickinson, R. Bennett, T. Wheeler, F. Pillatt. Standing: J. Wolf, C. Ptak, J. Patterson, F. Bayles, P. Grimm, ]. Van Hoy, R. Ellard, R. Rivard, J. Linster. w ' =r !Ll WtL -=1 SOM tip niiii W . «ii ! r.W, li ' . ..W » H ' » • i Plebes. Kneeling; R. Adams, F. Morse, R. Clark, T. Brown, M. Virgillio, W. Kelley, R. Sharbaugh, J. McKissock, T. Falkenberry, A. Galierty. Standing: D. Sharp, J. Biberstine, R. Dowling, J. Stoney, A. Geyer, R. Wennet, F. Thompson, L. Johnson, C. Tompkins, P. Reilly, R. Hardee, J. Johnson, J. L Tich, C. SchiUing. Plebes. Kneeling: R. Adams, D. Kelly, R. Lemon, W. Rowan, J. Davis, G. Hoffman, P. Clancy, M. MacLean, L. Brnce, B. Cornwall, R. McNeill. Standing: R. Carlson, J. Bower, G. Miller, B. Troug, M. Wood, D. Shelton, P. Bailey, W. Sommers, S. Summers, Nl. Bechil, J. Graham, J. Dupay, J. Rcdick, G. Carroll. 225 IF U .lJkr - ' V- ..tUirijfi Sixth Company Staff. s ,lf-. y • ' . _7- ' J - ' r ' ScLuiid ClasMiuii. Knccliiifi: L. TLiiipliii, M. llinjpii, C. llaul)ci]ivic!i, H, Tippi U, W . Lud:. D. Brudcily, B. KL-elil, J. Piskura, D. Piccone. Standing: T. Muliler, 11. Harder, G. Tobias, J. VVeinhfimer, R. Longereich, K. Schoessler, J. Vierthaler, J. Yunker, J. McWilliams, J. C.arnov VV_ .Sharnp_ Carney, W. Sharpe Jl f -?f?-:f m ' Second Classmen. Kneeling: T. Jackson, A. Melvin, W. Dietz, R. DcUiesthal, E. Gould, M. Eckels, R. Magee, P. Huecker, R. Pavilson, E. Shubert, J. Stone. Standing: S. Hardin, D. Bourgoyne, P. Hanley, R. Ingalls, G. Emmons, F. Garavanta, T. Cox, T. Wigenfield, M. Vincel, T. IJorzell. It Plebes. Kneeling: T. Rippl, W. Stoffel, C. Callaway, J. Wright, A. Mazza, P. Johnson, J. Merrill, J. Loftus, S. Stabley. Standing: M. Felde, T, Campbell, B. Welcker, M. Shaffer, J. Lancaster, L. Gholson, J. Crane, K. Schoeppe, D. Snyder, D. Rzasa, T. Torrento, R. Britcher. Plebes. Kneeling: J. Angelo, J. Hado, R. Franklin, M. Garber, W. Vandenhoff, A. Yesko, R. Orona, S. Difrancia, G. Jockers, G. Eisenberg. Standing: J. Cameron, W. Woodruff, T. Clark, H. Themak, P. Heuser, D. Adams, B. Sinram, J. Sullivan, T. Mockler, R. Cappadona, A. Reid, M. Godfrey, R. Wilson, M. Horn. In the Glenn Miller tradition Capt. O ' Leary ' s farewell speech. ' ■ t 1 1 ■ MHH Hi HI H HHl ' 1 1 230 1 1 4 ACTIVITIES jutriKnmau In today ' s modern world and especially in a corps composed of ' ' a high type of young American with a defi- nite ambition to be- come an officer in the United States Mer- chant Marine, " the well rounded individu- al, is the one that stands out. To become this well rounded indi- vidual, one must en- gage in all forms of activities— professional, civic, social, recrea- tional. Jfti - ■ I 4 EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Midships, " the Logbook of the Graduating Classes of the United States Merchant Marine Academy, " is not just a log. It serves a dual purpose. Each year the staff attempts to trace the four years that their class spent at the Academy, as well as incorporating the events involving the rest of the Corps of Mid- shipmen during First Class Year. One section of the book is devoted entirely to the class, tracing their development and progress from the beginning of Plebe Year to the cap toss that concludes the final moments of First Class Year. The remainder of the sections follow the events of First Class Year, the year in which the class assumes its tnie identity. Thus Midships serves as a log for the graduating class, and a yearbook for the year that they spent as First Classmen. I BA ROBERT C. LEWIS Business Manager MIDSHIPS STAFF ROBERT J. McCLURE Advertising Manager us PETE McCOY Associate Editor 4i Second Class Assistants r . BOB SMITH Assistant Advertising Manager 237 Section Editors HERBIE BROWN Graduates 238 PAUL SKRIPOL and MIKE MURELLO Our Foiu " Years JIM WALKER Introduction Layout and Picture Selection Time out for studies. BILL DUNN and JEFF GRANT Sports POLARIS STAFF BOYD T. GODDARD Business Manager A. ANDREASEN, P. GALLAGHER, T. FOLAN, D. KEHMEIER Editorial Staff Polaris . is a quarterly publication, in magazine form, containing articles on maritime affairs, the maritime in- dustry, coverage of events and situa- tions at the Academy, Alumni news, and editorials on subjects closely re- lated to Midshipman Life at Kings Point. The bulk of the writing is done by midshipmen, with an assist com- ing in the technical area from Aca- demy personnel, maritime personnel, and graduates. The staff is headed up by Dean Kehmeier, and is ably advised by Cdr. Harry Hart and Cdr. Charles Renick. JOHN F. LEWIS Advertising Manager CLARIS STAFF .-r- ' sA. » - " 1 p. YOUNG, D. GROSS, J. ANGELO, R. CHAxMBERS, D. BECKMAN ' " " ■ m m HEAR THIS STAFF Hear This is the Regiment ' s monthly newspaper, covering all facets of Academy Life. Featuring special events, such as Homecoming and the Ring Dance, Hear This keeps midshipmen well informed at all times. A new feature this year has been the comments to the editor, some of them controversial, but all informative. DICK GALLAGHER Editor-in-Chief JIM WILLIAMS, JOHN GARTNER, DICK GALLAGHER, GREG HOWARD, PHIL HITCHENS, DICK LOSCH, MIKE LAWSON, BOB PEARSON, TERRY xMOORHEAD, BOB ALLEE. A Fine Year Climaxed by a Finer Graduation Issue CREG HOWARD Advertising Manager B. LAW, D. WANZEREID, P. ANDREY Circulation Staff lAH HEAR THIS Writers Form an Important Part of any Newspaper Staff BOB ALLEE and DICK LOSCH Industry News P. ANDREY and F. MURPHY Photography C. HORN, W. STEVENS, R. GREGORY, C. BEILSTEIN. 246 BEARINGS STAFF You can use it! It won ' t bite. J An integral part of the public relations group of Kings Point is the Regi- mental Information Service. The organization sends information to the news media of the Midshipmen ' s home towns. RIS also publishes an address book for the graduation class, and Lubber ' s Line, a source of Sea Year information for the Plebe Class soon to go to sea. ICE . ' A lii R. RIPPL and M. SUBDA Third Class Year CLINT ROBERTSON Lubber ' s Line Editor G. REICHART, R. EISENBERG, M. STOFFEL Lubber ' s Line Staff Lubber ' s Line and News Releases to Hometown Papers ttm BARNEY KROEGEH Director REGIMENTAL BROADCAST UNIT Known primarily for the music accompanying the meals in Delano, the Regimental Broadcast Unit provides other important services. The unit has recorded and maintained a file of all im- portant speeches and events at the Academy since 1947. Often located behind the scenes, the RBU is responsible for the setting up and smooth functioning of recording, playback and public address equipment for regimental functions. The unit maintains a repair section for the maintenance of its own equipment and for the repair of the electronic equipment of the mid- shipmen. In supplying literature and operation reports of various equipment, the unit seeks to aid midshipmen in the selection of their personal audio gear. Technicians JIM H.. RB, CII Assistant Director ladinfte t tf die uiiii- Repair Crew. Sock it to ' em, Bob. DEBATE COUNCIL Under the leadership and instruction of Lcdr. Norton, the Debate Council is designed to develop in the participants the ability to think clearly and to speak extemporaneously before audiences. Throughout the year, the best qualified speakers are selected to represent the Academy in the many debate tournaments scheduled with other colleges and universities. The Debate Council has been ac- tive this year sending teams to participate in the annual tournament at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs and the University Winter Tour- nament in Montreal, as well as hosting the Golden Gavel Tournament at Kings Point. A point well made. Time out for a snack. I Secondly It ' s over now, and all are still friends Golden Gavel Tournament This year ' s winner. 253 Almost as old as the Cadet Corps itself, the Glee Club was formed in 1943. Composed of midshipmen interested in the expression of vocal music, the club is quite busy with numerous activities throughout the year. Regular escorts in the annual College Queen Contest, the mem- bers also participate in joint concerts and ex- change concerts with women ' s colleges. The Glee Club conducts an annual spring tour through diiferent parts of the country. The club has oft been hailed as " singing ambassadors " of the United States Merchant Marine Academy. St. John ' s Girl ' s Choir. Combined concert. m GLEE CLUB ROTARY MIDSHIPMEN Project MORE (Midshipmen Organized as Roving Envoys) was con- ceived by Cdr. William J. Flannery, Head of the Naval Science Dept., and a member of the Great Neck Rotary Club. Midshipmen attend weekly meetings of the Great Neck Rotary Club prior to their Sea Year, and are encouraged to visit Rotary Clubs in the countries that they ' isit. They are supplied with banners from the Great Neck Club, to exchange with the clubs that they visit, hen they return, they attend another meeting, and present any banners they may ha e exchanged, and give a talk on their experiences. It is hoped that the project will pro ' e a worthwhile one for all the Midshipmen in ol ' ed. Cdr. William J. Flannery, USN, Mr. Max Petschek, Vice President of Great Neck Rotary Club, Nlidn. Douglas Reighley, Cdr. Maurice J. Gross. Midshipmen P. Sidie, W. Izzo, P. Lukas, M. Hicks, R. Lavinia, R. Leary, L. Forister, L. Stephey. Standing: Midn. D. Reighley, Cdr. Gross. 255 ARTS AND WORLD AFFAIRS COMMITTEE W I TK f — 1 11 • . 5 t R. Wagner, J. Haas, T. MacEwen, L. Reinier, R. Kihni, N. Gauslow. The Arts World Affairs Committee is responsible for the selection of the artists that are to appear at the Academy in the annual series of concerts. This year saw the bringing of exceptional performers to Kings Point, including such " name " performers as Peter Nero and Ferrante and Teicher. Carlos Montoya, internationally renowned Flamenco Guitarist. Young Uck Kiin. 256 ' Informal group discussion The International Relations Council, under the advisership of Lt. (jg.) Taylor O. Miller, USMS, has its main purpose set at providing a forum for interested midshipmen and officers to explore and discuss international relations, espe- cially in areas which concern our profession. It sponsors speakers and events for the Academy which serve to promote a better understanding of the world ' s problems. Lectures, discussions, and field trips are regularly held. Participation with nearby colleges in area activities concern- ing world problems is a regular event of the club. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS COUNCIL moderated by Lt. .Miller. J. IflflUUlKl tUIUWUfuJi ' Creating, designing, organizing, and decorating for formal dances is the function of this group. The Regi- mental and Battalion Welfare Offi- cers hold, planning sessions prior to each dance, and direct the activities involved in holding them. Our fine Christmas Dance, Spring Dance, and the Kings Point Weekend this year are a tribute to the work of this group. Tom Morris, Second Battalion Welfare Officer; Bill Prindiville, Third Bat- talion Welfare Officer; Walter Walus, Regimental Welfare Officer; Jerry McClure, First Battalion Welfare Officer. REGIMENTAL DANCE COMMITTEE CAMERA CLUB This group offers camera hobbyists the opportunity to explore the many and varied facets of photography. The club maintains a darkroom and processing equipment in the base- ment of Bowditch Hall. Club mem- bers provide darkroom instruction to novices, and the club will loan cam- eras to its new members. Much of the financial assistance for their projects comes from the Officers ' Wives ' Club. P. Andrey, W. Holden, R. Kiyosaki, C. Wong. 259 CATHOLIC CHOIR Catholic Mass is accompanied by the hymns and responses pro- vided by the Cathohc Choir. The choir is open to any interested midshipmen with a free night each week and who regularly attend Mass at the Academy. Under the direction of Mr. Mykolas Cibas, the choir also prepares hymns for Wednesday evening novenas and otlier similar occasions. Front Row: B. Thompson, D. Tahaney, W. Rowan, D. Saccoccio. Back Roio: J. Benston, F. Murphy. M. Krajewski, P. Cain, W. Tinker. NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club of the USM- MA was formed to help Catholic midshipmen live a fuller religious and social life. In line with this, the clul sponsors a series of guest lectures on religious topics in the forefront of modern thinking, and runs an annual retreat for its mem- bers. Mixers are frequently held with Newman Clubs from area women ' s colleges. ■a STELLA MARIS GUILD Midshipmen of the Cathohc Faith who serve Mass and the other services held in the Marin- er ' s Chapel and the Star of the Sea Chapel form this group. They as- sist at daily Mass, and on Sundays, and at other Catholic services. Occasionally, they also serve at functions outside the Academy. Features Guest Speaker Program Newman Club Officers. C. Beilstein, Vice President; A. Rydzewski, President; H. Gotimer, Secretary-Treasurer. An attentive audience. Front Row: B. Truog, J. Lenker, R Kristiansen G GreRory R. McNeill, S Searcy T Mikel, J. Sands, J. Williams, T. Mohler, D. Estes, C. Scott, T ' Alberts! Back Row: S. PfeifFer, W. Gossett, D. Shelton, J. Crane, J. Flood, b Martyn T. Campbell, S. Hardin, B. Farnworth, R. Carlson. PROTESTANT CHOIR The Protestant Choir has throughout the year been a tremendous asset to the entire Protestant chapel program. Its members are to be congratulated for their devotion and efforts. Throughout the past year the choir has represented the Academy and the Protestant chapel program many times, bringing to those they have met a deep appre- ciation of the devotion and abilities of the young men here at Kings Point. The Choir has met on each Monday and Friday night for the past year and has been under the direc- tion of Mr. John Smihal. Each meeting was spent in rigid preparation for the forthcoming Sunday services and the appearances they were to make outside. 262 M . CHRISTIAN COUNCIL The Christian Council, the Protestant fellowship group of the Academy, provides the Protestant mid- shipman with a chance to develop within himself a greater Christian faith. This is accomplished through the media of guest speakers of various faiths, group discussions, and has through this media attempted to gain a deeper apprehension into the ecumenical spirit of today ' s religious needs. While not neglecting the concept of need for social fellowship the overall pro- gram is intended to strengthen the midshipman ' s per- sonal convictions and respect for others. Front Row: Chaplain Willson. D. Shelton. G. Adams. L. Temnlin, T. Lenker, C. Miller. Second Row: S. Searcy, D. Lowe, C. Watson, W. Gossett, J. Sands, D. Martyn. Back Row: T. Campbell, J. Crane, C. Adams, C. Scott. 263 I A familiar sight on Tomb Field. AUTOMOTIVE INTEREST CLUB Made up of midshipmen with a common interest in the mechanics of the automo- bile, the Automotive Interest Club provides an opportunity in the study of automotive engineering; maintenance, repair, and de- sign of automobiles; • and generally, a chance to enjoy a hobby. The car owned by the club, a 1929 Bently Roadster, is a familiar sight at sports rallies and football games. Plans are in the works to obtain a sports car to modify and set up for racing. The club also makes trips to various auto shows. Taxi service for M-Man. 264 : M-Dog or Lazj ' -Dog. K That ' s not M-Man, 1 Where ' s your cymbals, George? This is. M-Man Pep Club Re-Ignites Spirit of K. P. M-Man, Cyrano, and the Spirit of ' 71 welcome the team onto the field. What happened here? I %, — -Hn -- " — ' --Mali " - ' V M-MAN PEP CLUB Just let mc at PMC. Female companionship for M-Man. 268 by pully. . . by the Admiral ' s car. T MUBLJ K? Ika B P by skate board. by Bently. J ' KINGS POINT SKI CLUB A popular organization at the Academy, tlie Kings Point Ski Club has a membership of over 100 midshipmen. Its activities include weekend trips to local ski areas. With the supervision of Cdr. Mehin J. Koppleson, it is one club that brightens up the " dark ages " of winter. The club maintains an inventory of equipment for use by beginners, and provides a locker for the storage and repair of member ' s equipment. 1 ifi U ' ' Jf J ' J .% 271 VARSITY CLUB Devoted to tlie promotion of athletic interest, the Varsity Club is an association made up of midsliipmen who have won a varsity letter in any one of the Academy ' s numerous intercol- legiate sports. Under the able leadership of President Bob Hamilton ' 68, the club is work- ing towards the improvement of the calibre of the Academy ' s athletic representation. The club ' s activities include transporting club members to some away football games to support the team, and its famous " Block M " parties, which are financed by selling refreshments at the football games on Tomb Field. Chief Sitting Bull. Can ' t ya read? fi..j Hey, you ' re burning the hotdogs. 273 u r I Aw! They ' re only paper mache. Strenuous exercise. WEIGHTLIFTERS CLUB Good for the shoulders. 274 mt Exhibitions of Strength what an infernal looking machine. Don ' t tangle with this group. 275 MARTIAL ARTS ASSOCIATION l A 278 ■ SPORTS ♦ r ii -i ' A r Kings Pointers have long excelled in their spirit and efforts in athletic endeavors. In sports, midshipmen " develop a high sense of honor and upright- ness " which athletic struggles encourage and foster. In every event and contest, each athlete gains a little more of those qualities needed to be a well- rounded and capable leader. IN MEMORIAM i e 3 (9 ccay6 ce4: a; tAa n 9 te z Mike Mansfield TEAM CAPTAINS FOOTBALL Joe Patterson PISTOL Tom Hamberger SOCCER Stu Levenshus RIFLE Al Wigton CROSS COUNTRY Ed Cartlidge TENNIS Stan Westover BASKETBALL Scotty Trahan WRESTLING Pete Phillips TRACK FIELD Donny Clark BASEBALL Rick Barry GYMNASTICS Greig Parks SWIMMING Jeff Haas Chico Fernandez ROWING Norm Wood Chuck Schroeder SAILING Jim Walker 283 FOOTBALL Winning isnH every- thing hut wanting to win is. Vince Lonibardi Cyrano carrying the banner. 284 Froul Row: G. Sebmk, H, li.iirv, l. Ilanlord, I). Koiiiiick, M. Inistians.n, .1. PaltiTs,,ii, j. DcMartino, J. Ware, J. Isabella, V. Aliearn, K. WciKang. Second Row: J. ' olf, W. Curran, I. Linster, R. Linteau, H. Adams, C. Milfelt, T. Caniso, D. NaeRcle, R. Geiser, J. MeKec. Third Roiv: R. Statzel, T. McCormaek, T. Cober, M. Keating, T. Donoboe, B. MeTernan, R. Serakas, R. Zabroeky, C, Winter. Fourth Row: T. Fiore, W. Lush, D. Hanni, C. Cocozza, F. Ne.spoli, B. Lavinia, M. Cereno, P. Levcsqiie. Fifth Rorv: K. Grinane, R. Cappadona, W. Riinc, T. Smylli. T. Cliilders. Buck Row: T. Maronc. R. Weniict, P. Ilanly, J. Luchetta. Wi v« " » jup u S n v lii 9R m J Weber making yardage around right end. Caruso receiving directions from coaches Paterno and Risberg. DeMartino scoops one in. 285 Sebuck making yardage with Lavinia running interference. Outlined against the blue-gray October sky, the Four Horsemen rode again. In dramatic lore they were known as Famine, Pesti- lence, Destruction, and Death. These are only aliases. Weigang catches a hot one. KP offense griidually eating up tlie inches. Naegele taken down on a kick off return. Caruso again riddles the PMC secondary. M Barry going in for the score. Little Army-Navy Game Caruso fading back with Marone defending. 287 1 Sort of like being in the air about things. - p , Ti f 7 i ,,,,., ' iiuu. L. Bniwii, R. Sliailxuigh, D. Arens, R. Halluslca, S. Levenshus (Capt.), P. Barn- hart, R. Miller, J. Swt ' eney, J. Thomure, L. Templin (Mgr. ). Second Row: J. Carney, J. Loftiis, B. Tully, T, Mockler, J. Angelo, R. Heimburger, M, Frangos, C. Proios, L. Poland, M. Wallace. Back Row: J. Amen (Coach), P. Preziose, J. Johnson, J. Cameron, E. Woods, V. Jaro, R. Rogers, R. Bourgeois, C. Ptak, ' , Herbert, A. Teeter, R. Holhs, D. Hiller. i f M --rf » Oups, wrong sport. Up, up and away. Mike Frangos moves in on the ball. 289 .4 CROSS COUNTRY 7 wish to preach, not the doctrine of ignoble ease, but the doctrine of the strenuous life. T. Roosevelt Front Row: L. Wesson, R. Lemon, K. MacParland, H. Howie, K. Schoeppe. Back Row: E. Cartlidge (Capt.), R. Longerich, H. Gotimer, D. Clark, Lcdr. S. Omeltchenko (Coach). :•:««: ■ } ' t Schoppe works his way up cemetery hill. Randy Longerich, our number-one harrier. Team captain, Ed Cartlidge at P. M. C. Bruce Truog goes stride for stride with his opponents. The level of physical mental, moral and spir- itual fitness must be our constant concern. John F. Kennedy i lVENT floor exercise side horse RINGS TRAMPOLINE LONG HORSE PARALLEL BARS HIGH BAR SCORE 2225 196 195 13 261 2405 Another K. P. Victory in the making. J. Peake, P. Kristiansen, L. Delconti, D. Merino, D. Hammes, D. Bengston, A. Jump, W. Sammons, G. Parks, R. Emery, W. Kirchner, A. O ' Keefe, W. Busch, S. Parrucci, K. Clavin, R. Winslow. Kevin Clavin displays his form on the rings. There ' s nothing hke being agile. Just out for a stroll. 292 ■r K i i Pete Kristiansen performs on the side horse. HRb Pb ' b ' . BKr ■ ' " vt. MM mm M i i J Beautiful form. Parallel bar competition in O ' llara Hall. Bob Emery finishes up. 293 Jk A hand stand during free exercise. Kings Point picks up more points on the side horse. Bill Sammons looks on at trampoline action. Boh Winslow just discovers there ' s no water. Action on the parallel bars. 294 I l M I Team Captain Al Wigton, and Coach, Lt. R. Ach. Ready RIFLE fire. J SWIMMING Don ' t look back. Someone might be gaining on you. Satchel Paige A capacity crowd at Marshall Pool. Front Row: J. Shepard, C. French, N. Gauslow, W. Murphy, J. McKee, M. Hensley, D. Merritt, R. Britcher. Second Row: W. Kelley, P. Wagner, F. Iwancio, D. Smith, J. Yunlcer, P. Sidie, P. Jackson. Back Row: J. Haas, Lt. D. Tallman, Coach, R. Fernandez, M. Scuillo, R. Peltz, M. Medvic, R. Hardee, R. Lake, L. Stephey. .usia? si S5? The gun is up. They ' re ofiE. 296 ■ib Dave Smith starts off on his relay leg. Front Rotv: B. Olander, D Petkewich, A. Yesko, J Mueller, A. Faherty, R, Orona. Second Row: J Nichols, T. Stallard, D Naegele, W. Long, R. Tay- lor, P. Caramanica. Back Row: R. Weinberg, S. Chelluck, P. Phillips, P. Hanly, R. Rogers, T. Lush. Another Kings Point victory. The bigger they come the hard- er they fall. Robert Fitzsiinnions Wallace all set to go. 298 Rogers in good position. The three who count. 299 dfili Kneeling: S. Trahan, Captain. Standing: G. Haubenreich, D. Erickson, G. Roberts, E. Ho£Fman, W. McCarthy, M. Schecter, P. Lukas, H. Plauche, W. Heffeman, P. Harren, B. Brown, E. Waryas. This demand for victory by the sporting public has been a big factor in the development of champions. It has also taken most of the fun out of competi- tive sport. Just a little bit too short. Jolm R. Tunis Erickson works it in. 300 i - Up and alone. Ex-MoUov star Hoffman drives down court. H j 1 H V f I VI 1 ' - lU HMI H l 42 ■ " M B x " 1 - E V - Wr m Li J ■ Doyle with a jumper. 301 302 Well executed fast break Oh no I HM 11 •citlir- III! Miller and Schecter in action. Will he or won ' t he? Mark for two. Captain Scotty Trahan. So this is what he does when he isn ' t takinf; pictures. Sizzling return by Jim Tr on. Company Commander and tennis star too. Stan Westover with a fine backhand. Doubles Team. Stan Westover and Pete Earnhardt. TENNIS When I was forty, my doctor advised me that a m.an in his for- ties shouldn ' t play ten- nis. I heeded his advice carefully and could hardly wait until I reached fifty to start again. Hugo L. Black 305 BASEBALL He may not score, and yet he helps to Win Who makes the Hit that brings the Runner in. Hey! I hit the hall! Gilt liim lj ' t ii steps. The shortstop makes the play. n Xk. .-- i ■■ " Rounding first. Safe at third. This one ' s going to be close. There was ease in Casey ' s manner as he slept into his place. There was pride in Casey ' s bearing and a smile on Casey ' s face. And when responding to the cheers he lightly doft his hat. No stranger in the crotvd could doubt, ' t was Casey at the bat. Ernest L. Thayer r ' ' liiS £ Oh, somewhere in this favord land the sun is shinning bright; The band is playing somewhere, and somewhere hearts are light. And somewhere men are laughing, and little children shout; But there is no joy in Mudville— mighty Casey has struck out. Ernest L. Thayer The art of running a mile consists, in es- sence, of reaching the threshold of uncon- sciousness at the in- stant of breasting the tape. Paul O ' NeU Passing the baton. i Breaking the tape. Go Twiggy! Beat liim by a nose. H ) h 3-W- ' Dead Heat in the 100 yd. dash. ■:fr ' :iiA A avJ Take your mark . . K. P. finishes one, two. ..AND FIELD v fijf ' ir ' " " " ' ' Mark Christiansen puts the shot. 312 You ' re only supposed to throw the javelin, Joe— you ' re supposed to stay here. GOLF you watch a game, it ' s fun. If you play it, it ' s rec- reation. If you work at it, it ' s GOLF. Bob Hope - ' J ,1 1 t i f i»- i ' • t . ' V - Mi 68 K.P. Club Swingers. A mighty drive, a la Arnold Palmer. ' ' •)S .- ' -. ' H. Cameron lines it up. 314 Row, Row, Roiv your Boat, Gently down the stream! E. O. Lvte Headed home after a strenuous practice session SAILING Any man who has to ask about the annual up- keep of a yacht can ' t afford one. J. P. Morgan The winning crew of Niiia in the New Bedford to HaHfax race. Nina under full sail |J eport— out of uniform. Working on the Shields ' floorboards. Nina and Weatherly stowed for winter. 10 Commodore Jim Walker. Shields Boat under sail. Tim, Niiia skipper. All is lonely now as the sun sets over Tlirogs Neck. 1 SAILING DINGHEYS 182 182 - I W-. 319 1968 STEDMAN TROPHY WINNER RICK BARRY I Ui ssr ait -TIT m s; ' 1.- -i: : i - ' •:::: ..::=:i.- • " , ' .;-. ■• . 7 " ii MHwi S--SP •• ;:-«. " IHT ' ' i. J. : " ;- = l-= iKSat ' T ' ■? --.. -« ' ■ " i 1-- ■ ni Si . ADVERTISING INDEX 1968 MIDSHIPS Aerofin Corporation - A28 American Mail Line — — - A8 American President Lines - A24 American Society of Naval Engineers, Inc A36 Amoco Sliippins; Company .. -A45 Art Cap Company, Inc ...A37 Atlantic Cordapce Supply Corporation A26 Automatique New York. Inc A24 Aurand Manufacturing Equipment Company A43 Balfour Company A40 Basch Co., George..... ......A37 Bay- Houston Towing Co.... A31 Bayberry-Great Neck Hotel ...A30 Bendone Manufacturing Corporation A37 Best Combustion Equip. Co ....A26 Blaw-Knox Company, Copes-Vulcan Div A45 Brewer Dry Dock Company. A26 Bull Roberts, Inc A14 Bunge Corporation A35 Burmeister Wain American Corporation All Bushey, Ira S., Sons, Inc...... A36 C P Corporation A42 Camp Steel Works, E. V _ A36 Canaveral Port Authority A38 Central Gulf Steamship Lines A18 Charvoz-Carsen Corporation — A33 Chase Manhattan Bank A46 Chemical and Power Products A8 Che ron Shipping Company — A15 Chubb Son, Inc A43 Cities Service Tankers Corporation A33 Clipper Marine Corporation A52 Coffin Turbo-Pump A23 Combustion Engineering Co A50 Cornell Maritime Press, Inc — A51 Corrosion Dynamics, Inc A20 Crane Company.. A16 Creighton Shirt Co., Inc. .._ A30 Crossocean Shipping Co., Inc.... A27 Drew Chemical Corporation A48 Delta Steamship Lines, Inc.. A38 Dcspard Company A20 Devoe Raynolds Co A22 Electric Tachometer Corp A19 Evans " Sons Co., L. B _ A40 Farrell Lines.. A41 Fiat A7 Foster, Christopher J... A47 Galbraith-Pilot Marine Corp.. _...A42 Gibbs Cox, Inc... A41 Gibson Lee Inc - .-A32 Gimpel Machine Works, Inc — A43 Golten Marine Co., Inc _ A44 Grace Line.. AlO Gulf South American Steamship Company Inc A28 Hanna Mining Company. - A21 Harvey Aluminum — ...A2 Hear This A53 Henry, J. J. Co., Inc A31 Henry Valve Co .-A24 Hooper Lumber Company, Inc _ _ A32 Hose-McCann Telephone Co., Inc.. _ _ A22 Humble Oil Refining Company. _ A29 Intorlake Steamship Co _ ..A43 International Organization of Masters, Mates, and Pilots A57 International Paint Company, Inc A42 International Terminal Operating Co., Inc A23 Johnson Higgins A29 Johnson Service Company.... A39 Keystone Shipping Co A39 Kings Point Machinery _ A20 Kings Point Maritime .Association, Inc.... A44 Long Island Tnist Company A21 Long, Quinn Boylan Co... A27 Luckenback Steamship Company, Inc A16 Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc .-. A9 Marine Electric Corp A42 Marine Products Engineering Co A18 Maritime Overseas Corporation A18 Maritime Power Corporation A34 Maritime Reporter A18 Mar ' land Shipbuilding Drydock Company... A39 Mathiasen Tanker Industries, Inc A41 Matson Lines A19 McAllister Brothers, Inc A27 McMullen, John J., As.sociates Inc A34 McNabb, Incorporated A34 Mobil... A3 Moore-McCormack Lines A14 Naess Shipping Company.. A31 New City Printing Co ASS Newport News Shipping Drydock Corporation A23 Nilsen Mills, Inc.. _... A26 Norfolk Shipbuilding Drydock Corporation A44 Normandy Electric Wire Corp A14 Northwest Marine-Iron Works ASl Pacific Far East Line, Inc A38 Parkway Distributors, Inc.. A40 Paulsen-Webber Cordage Corporation ASS Perolin Company, Inc ASl Pittston Marine Corp A19 Polaris... — ASS Port of New York Authority -A12 Powdermaker Co., Inc.. A19 Propeller Club of the United (States ASS Protection Equipment AS Pnidential Lines, Inc -.- ASl Red Hand Compositions Company, Inc A45 Seaman ' s Bank for Savings A2S Seatrain Lines, Inc — A6 Sharp, George G., Inc — ASS Sinclair Refining Company ...A22 Slater School College Services AS2 Sperry Gyroscope Company A17 States Marine-Isthmian Agency, Inc AS States Steamship Company. _ A28 Sullivan Security Services, Inc — A34 Sulzer Bros., Inc A49 Tollefsen Bros. Contracting Corp _ .-.A13 Trinidad Corporation _ _ AS9 United Fniit Company A33 United States Naval Institute A25 United States Salvage Association, Inc A26 USMMA Alumni Association Al Vanguard Military Equipment Corp A37 Vita Motivator Co A30 Victory Carriers Inc A45 Walz Krcnzer, Inc. .- . A16 Washington Aluminum Company, Inc A47 Western Gear Corjjoration A28 Whaler Bar and Hotel Lancaster ASO Yarway Corporation A4 Zodiac. A21 UN TED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, INC. Est. 1945 o:y ' V ' ' ssocl . 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The luture helongs to hi ol us, The career for which you are preparing has no higher standards or goals than those set by the LYKES organization. For generations, the LYKES officer has shared our tradition of service in the United States Merchant Marine, the chaHenge of ever-new methods, and the deep personal satisfaction which individual enterprise brings. We have the largest, most modern privately owned American flag fleet, with the most new ships of 20 knots and over, including those of the highly automated Gulf Clipper Class. And even newer Lykes ships of the future— giant all purpose inter-modal carriers providing a whole new method of ocean transportation— are scheduled for service in 1970. You can be proud to join the Lykes team, a leader in ocean transportation since 1900. W LYKES E LINES Mill LVKES LINES LYKES BROS. STEAMSHIP CO., INC. New Orleans, Louisiana OFFICES AND AGENTS IN PRINCIPAL WORLD PORTS U. K. LINE • CONTINENT LINE • MEDITERRANEAN LINE AFRICA LINE • ORIENT LINE • CARIBBEAN LINE A-9 ai f A few sound, sensible questions to askyourTravel Agent orany cruise line before you sail. Are all accommodations really First Class? Has every room — public and private — an ocean view? Is the ship completely air-conditioned? And fin-stabilized for smooth sailing? Can you leave any week you choose? Is there one-seating in the dining room? Does your cruise ship dock at every port like a floating hotel? Is there plenty of uncrowded deck space? Is there time for leisurely shopping and sight-seeing at the ports of call? You might as well ask. Ask before you sail on a cruise to the Caribbean. For 13 days or less. Or more. It ' s your prerogative. On Grace Line ' s luxurious Santa Rosa or Santa Paula (sailing weekly from New York, all year long) you ' ll find every answer is " Yes. " You ' ll cruise with never more than 300 guests to Curacao, La Guaira (Caracas), Aruba, Kingston, Port au-Prince and Fort Lauderdale. A fascinating itin- erary of four Old World cultures — Dutch, French, Spanish and English. There are many other questions. For example, whether the ship is designed specifically for the climate along its route. But ask your Travel Agent. We ' re quite sure the answer will be Grace Line. The No. 1 cruise line to the Caribbean and South America. U. S. Flag Ships serving the Western Hemisphere exclusively. GRACE LINE 3 Hanover Square New York, N.Y. 10004 Please send me your latest brochures. I ' m Interested in: n 13-day luxury Caribbean cruise. n 19- and 26-day Two-ocean cruises to South America. D " Charge-A-Cruise " Plan. GRACi. Safety Information: All Grace Line passenger ships are registered in the United States and meet International Safety Standards for new ships developed in 1960, and meet the 1966 fire safety requirements. A-10 Why should Port Newark- Elizabeth be important to you as a vessel operator? Because it has Morecontainerterminal operations than any other port in the world, and still building. Excellent highway connections in all directions. Over 865 acres of paved upland and increasing fast. The latest in all types of cargo handling equipment. Rail connections with all major railroads. 41 berths with 16 additional modern container berths under construction. Distribution buildingspaceforexport import cargo. Fumigation plant and lumber storage facilities. Reefer storage facilities. Port Newark-Elizabeth offers you the facilities of the future— right now. Call the number below for further information. Tlie l ortof IKew YoiiL Aiitlioritv 1 1 1 Eighth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 1001 1 Marine Terminals Department • Telephone 620-7412 A-12 liar? OtAcn. a al ( e ttun o Senwcc f9M industrial i 196? Specializing in blast cleaning and coating of VESSELS • STRUCTURES • PIERS • BRIDGES TANKS • INTERIORS • EXTERIORS Refractory Settings • Painting • Rigging • Cleaning • Scaling Rental of Compressors, Sand Blast Machines, Vacuum Conveyors, Blowers and Scaling Equipment Developers of Mineral Shot and Grit Abrasives in world-wide use atiiici TOLLEFSEN BROS. CONTRACTING CORP 128 BEARD STREET • BROOKLYN, N. Y. 1 1231 (212) MA 4-1050 ASSOCIATED COMPANIES MARINE RIGGING WORKS, INC. — Brooklyn, N. Y. NORDIC SHIP BLASTING A S — Oslo, Norway ittrttT A-13 EXPERIENCED EXPEDITERS PICK UP A PHONE AND CALL NORMANDY (212) 855-8510 -Sf • ••to solve their shipboard cable problems in a hurrv! Normandy trains the Marine Reactor Engineers on the N S SAVANNAH in water chemistry BULL ROBERTS, INC. Established 1903 785 CENTRAL AVENUE MURRAY HILL, N. J. 07974 Chemical and Mechanical Systems WORLD WIDE SERVICE 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 A-14 ■( m.iNc. rT4 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 is Bob Kromann, now Second Mate (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 A Standard Oil Company of California Subsidiary An Equal Opportunity Employer N A-15 CRANE ENGINEERED PRODUCTS Valves for any purpose. Special water treafment equipment for dozens of basic industries. 25,000 different pump types to move any fluid. Virtually every kind of fittings. CRANE Crane Co., New York, N. Y. 10022 Wf Custom Designed SHIPS ' CLOSURES BOW STERN SIDES BULKHEADS p DECKS BOTTOMS Official US. Navy Pfioto located above and below water on any class of Naval (surface or submarine), Coast Guard or commercial type vessel. Tell us what you want to handle through the opening . . . the location, approximate size, whether you want to hinge, slide or roll the closure in any one of four directions and how fast you must open and close it. Our qualified naval archi- tects and marine engineers will then design a closure to meet your specific requirements. Walz Krenzer, inc. MAIN OFFICE 8, FACTORY: -100 Trabold Road. Rochester. N.Y. 14624 MARINE DIVISION: 20 Vesey Street, New York. N.Y. 10007 Offices SAN FRANCISCO . SAN PEDRO . SEAHLE . MONTREAL . VANCOUVER LIMENBACH STEAMSHIP COMPANY, INC. ESTABLISHED 1850 120 Wall Street, New York, N.Y. 10005 • Telephone Whitehall 4-1400 SHIP AND TERMINAL OWNERS OPERATORS STEVEDORES • AGENTS • TRAFFIC REPRESENTATIVES LUCKENBACH TERMINALS COMPANY Philadelphia: Pier 84 South Wharves • Tampa: Foot of Franklin Street HEIDE COMPANY, INC. (A DIVISION OF LUCKENBACH) STEAMSHIP AGENTS • STEVEDORES • INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT FORWARDERS Wilmington, N. C: North Carolina Maritime Building, P. O. Box 300 Morehead City, N. C: P. O. 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Philadelphia, Pa. Wilmington, Del Newport News, Va. Norfolk, Va. S-Tidewater Stevedoring Corp. (■Southern Stevedoring Corp. I.T.O. Warehouses of Port Newark Inc., Building No. 196, Port Newark, N. J. Manufacturers 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 60150, U. ! Cable: HEVALCO, Melrose Park, lllinc AC312 Phones: 344-1 100 Chicago: 261-3668 iim Of QUJLITY Fair Winds and Good Sailing to the GRADUATING CLASS at the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy AUTOMATIQUE NEW YORK, INC. ROBERT J. FAGIN Vice President 492.5 MASPETH AVENUE MASPETH L.I. NEW YORK V = to the (graduating Glass CL Zn 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 A-24 vni yORK. THE UNITED STATES NAVAL INSTITUTE- A professional society for members of the sea services. Publishers of the U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, a monthly magazine about the navies of the world, the sea, and the maritime service: the annual Naval Review, a study of current sea power; and some ninety books — classics in navigation, shiphandling, and histories of the sea services. Membership is $6.50 per year. Write the United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland 21402 JOIN NOW! • •••••••••••• SAFE NAVIGATION FOR YOUR SAVINGS Discover Our Convenient Banking Serv ices TODAY BANK BY MAIL— You deposit or withdraw with simple forms and use convenient, jree 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. bu 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. Now ' 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, N.Y. 10005 546 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10036 Beaver Street at New Street, New York, N.Y. 10004 666 Fifth Ave., bet. 52nd and 53rd Sts.,New York, N.Y. 10019 CABLE ADDRESS: SEASAVE NEW YORK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation A-25 W. N. BEST COMBUSTION EQUIPMENT CO., INC. CHEMICAL - INDUSTRIAL - MARINE ROTARY CUP FUEL OIL FIRING SYSTEMS 85 INDUSTRIAL AVENUE LITTLE FERRY, N. J. 07643 ATLANTIC CORDAGE SUPPLY CORP. and NILSEN MILLS, INC. 243 - 40th STREET BROOKLYN, N. Y. 11232 ST 8-0660-0669 Edward J. Begley, Class of ' 43 YUkon -3500 BREWER DRY DOCK COMPANY MARINERS HARBOR STATEN ISLAND 3, N, Y. A-26 LONG, QUINN BOYLAN CO. SHIPBROKERS 375 PARK AVENUE NEW YORK 22, NEW YORK S. " HUEY " LONG ' 42 PL 1-4550 In 1967 we towed, pushed or docked a million tons of shipping per day. That takes a lot of power. McAllister has what it takes. With one of the largest modern fleets of tugs and barges, it figures. We ' re best equipped for lighterage and every movement. Short haul or long, we ' re ready. With the right power for every job. McAllister Brothers, Inc., Towing. Transportation, 17 Battery Place, New York, New York 10004. Serving the ports of New York, Norfolk, Philadelphia, Montreal, Victoria and Vancouver. HI -4-1 JS GENERAL AGENTS 17 BATTERY PLACE NEW YORK, N.Y. A-27 The sea shapes up for Western Gear. We can ' t list all our contributions to the marine field. Here ' s an abridged version: Our Heavy Machinery Division builds replenishment sea systems; cable laying equipment; sub-rescue systems; anchor windlasses and cargo winches. We have a full line of marine propulsion drives. Drives for large ocean going vessels come from Precision Products Division, while Industrial Products Division ' s drives go into river work boats and fishing boats. ASW equipment and oceanology are the specialties of Systems Management Division. Concept, design and production -we deliver all three from a single source. 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Now States Line is building five new 23-knot cargoliners which will join the fleet within two years. More than ever, the States Line fleet of modern vessels is adding prestige and enhancing the strength of America ' s Merchant Marine. STATES STEAMSHIP " C COMPANY 320 California Street, San Francisco, California 982-6221 Los Angeles • Vancouver, BC • Seattle Portland • Long Beach • San Diego A-2S Ijllj y ONt A Salute I: To the Class of 1968 Owners and personnel of the largest privately operated tanker fleet flying the U. S. flag welcome you to the high seas and com- mend you for your skills and devotion to duty. Sssdj Humble Oil Refining Company Marine Department A-29 m PUMP IT DRY WITH Deck Eductors Bilgemate Eductors Portable Eductors VITA MOTIVATOR CO. Call — (212) — 675-2265 200 WEST 20 S TREET, NEW YORK, N. Y. 10011 Congratulations, Class of 1968 MEN IN THE NAVY AND THE MERCHANT MARINE RECOGNIZE THE FINEST UNIFORM SHIRTS TROUSERS --■■ This certificate on every Creighton Shirt and Trouser unconditionally guarantees ■■-■ ■ - your complete satisfaction. Available " . " throughout the world at Navy Exchanges -— ■■■■ and Uniform dealers. I m CREIGHTON Uniform Shirts Trousers CREIGHTON SHIRT CO.. INC. REIDSVILLE, NO CAROLINA Greetings from the famous l ia er Bar AND Hotel Lancaster OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS SINGLE from $5.50 DOUBLE from $16.00 EXCELLENT DANCE and BANQUET ROOMS MADISON AVENUE at 38th STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. 10016 Telephone: 212-685-3700 Special Group Rates for Students ? 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. 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LeVERE COOLEY ' 41 Capt. JAMES L. COX ' 46 Capt. DONALD J. DE METZ ' 47 DON HOFFMAN ' 61 HARRY D. HUNTER ' 45 R. D. JAMES ' 65 FRED H. GALLOWAY ' 65 Capt. HARRIS JENSEN ' 59 K. A. JOHNSON ' 66 Capt. DANIEL P. KIRBY ' 60 PETER J. BOURGEOIS ' 58 Capt. JOHN H. LANG ' 44 GEORGE E. PEREIRA ' 45 Capt. JOHN M. PLATT ' 44 CHARLES E. SCROGGINS ' 63 Capt. EDGAR R. SEAMEN ' 41 Capt. CARL V. STEINHAUSER ' 54 Capt. JOHN W. CLARK ' 40 President DELTA STEAMSHIP LINES, INC. P.O. Box 50250, New Orleans, La. 70150 NEW YORK CHICAGO HOUSTON WASHINGTON Route of the Bears . . . to the Orient! Japan • Hong Kong • Philippines • Okinawa Taiwan • Korea • Viet Nam • Thailand Q Guam Containers ■ General Cargo ■ Deep Tanks Refrigeration • Passengers kctj ' ?M iStJ me,?ftc. 141 Battery Street, San Francisco 94111 Offices and Agents Throughoul the Orient Of Things. ' We provide the only deep water port (ocilllies in the heart of Spoceland USA, on the East Coast of fobulous Florida. If your plans involve shipping into this area— or acquisition of induslriol sites you should contoci us immediotely. Port Canaveral GEORGE J. KING, PORT MANAGER, P.O. BOX J67-PHONE SUnsel 3-7831 PORT CANAVERAL STATION CAPE CANAVERAL, FIORIDA A-38 ' a :rc- J TTinnrtnnrinnrsinnrinnnrtrinn Phone: EMpire 1-9700 JOHNSON SERVICE COMPANY Automatic Control Systems ° DESIGN • INSTALLATION • SERVICE " 11-26 47th AVENUE LONG ISLAND CITY, N. Y. 11101 ° o tX8-8- 8 - a jL0-g-gJ -iUL0JULOJLO-C-0-Q-i)JLiULQ-«JLiLiL0-g-8 gaog9.g.JtggaagaaaogcogQooooQQoooQooQooooo? COMPLIMENTS OF Trinidad Corporation CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF 1968 MARYLAND SHIPBUILDING DRYDOCK COMPANY BALTIMORE, MARYLAND A-39 Telephone: 267-1296 PARKWAY DISTRIBUTORS Inc. Irving Glasberg MEN ' S WEAR Tremendous Savings for Mariners On Ground Floor of Masters, Mates and Pilots Building 52 FULTON STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. 10038 Congratulations and Best Wishes 100 YEARS SINCE 1841 Your Guide to the Best in Men ' s Slippers and Casuals L. B. Evans ' Son Co. Wakefield, Mass. 1968 MINIATURE RINGS A Balfour masterpiece miniature is the traditional way of convey- ing your intimate message. There is no finer ring than this, and for this you want the finest. and CLASS PINS Small symbols, but with all the meaning imparted by imperish- able memories and traditions. RINGS OR PINS MAY BE PURCHASED AT ANY TIME AFTER GRADUATION. " ' ii c W. G. PFORR 55 NORTHERN BOULEVARD GREENVALE, L. I., N. Y. A-40 -0 Compliments of MATHIASEN TANKER INDUSTRIES, Inc. Public Ledger Building Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106 Gibbs Cox, Inc. NAVAL ARCHITECTS and MARINE ENGINEERS NEW YORK Farrell Lines has Africa and Australia conung and going. One Whitehall St.. New York City, (212) 944-7460 An American Flag steamship line serving growing world markets. A-41 . Available Everywhere in the Unifed States and throughout the World Send for list of Age 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 Internatit 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 Call engineered electronic products and services from RADAR to SAUNITY INDICATORS MARINE ELECTRIC SOuth 8-8300 GALBRAITH-PILOT MARINE CORP. 600 Fourth Avenue Brooklyn 15, New York We salute each member of tlie Class of ' 68 and wisli them continued progress and success. We appreciate this opportunity to recognize each member of the United States Merchant Marine Academy and as they go forward to meet the challenges of the sea, we hope they will rely on our capability to provide heavy duty 35 ' fiberglass antennas that have been specially designed to withstand the rugged environment to which they will be exposed. A Shakespeare " WonderShaft " denotes both a material and a process; it won ' t corrode, withstands the rugged salt air, and provides maintenance — free service. It is the ability of the Shakespeare process to vary fiber placement to match stress with strength — which makes a " WonderShaft " unique and of high repute in communications antennas. L C P CORPORATION RFD 3, NEWBERRY, S. C. COMPLIMENTS OF The Interlake Steamship Go. A Division Of Pickands Mather Go. Mulls, cargoes and all types of marine insurance CHUBB ! OX Inc. 90 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y. 10038 FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY VIGILANT INSUR.ANCE COMPANY THE SEA INSURANCE CO., LTD. THE LONDON ASSURANCE ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO., LTD. CREAT NORTHERN INSURANCE COMPANY Ocean and Inland Marine Transportation • Fire and Automobile Aviation Insurance through Associated Aviation Underwriters i Telephone: CEnter 6-3010 Cable: GIMTELMACH Gimpel Machine Works, Inc. MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS Our Fiftieth Anniversary 1918-1968 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. - ' " ■A URAND CLEANING TOOLS Clean off accumulations of scale, paint, rust or any foreign matter from any hard surface with Aurand Cleaning Tools. Toothed cutting wheels, loose pinioned on rotating head chip away accumulations at high speed. Positive depth shoe prevents cutting into permanent surface and assures uniform cleaning of entire area. FOR FULL DETAILS, WRITE DEPT. S kUm MFG. EQUIP. CO. 1210 ELLIS STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO 45223 A-43 Wk p NORFOLK SHIPBUILDING DRYDOCK CORPORATION Foot of West Liberty Street Norfolk, Virginia GOLTEN SO THf He c .o SERVICE MAIN JOURNALS AND CRANKPINS on any size crankshaft for every make of industrial or marine engine, ground, honed, lapped, polished and completely reconditioned IN PLACE IN ENGINE. GOL SEAL STERN TUBE SEALS, activated by oil, need no springs. Simple construction, easy installation, requires a minimum of space. Reas- onable in price. KINGS POINT MARITIME ASSOCIATION, INC. KINGS POINT, NEW YORK PRESIDENT JOSEPH T. BORZELL PRESIDENT EMERITUS HON. HAROLD J. McLAUGHLIN FIRST VICE PRESIDENT EMERITUS R. ADM. WILLIAM S. MAXWELL USN (Ret.) FIRST VICE PRESIDENT CAPT. E. M. PAULSEN SECOND VICE PRESIDENT C. T. " TOM " WILLIAMSEN THIRD VICE PRESIDENT JOSEPH E. HILL TREASURER MRS. RICHARD J. McNEILL SECRETARY (Corresponding) MRS. FRANK STURZENBERGER (Recording) MRS. DAVID A. GOFF 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, five dollars. A-44 •-- J5N ' ifi ' 5 ' Compliments of Amoco Shipping Company 555 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Area Code 212—344-3297 VICTORY CARRIERS INC. 647 Fifth Avenue New York, N. Y. 10022 TE 8-2900 Qf ners and Operators U. S. Flag Tankers and Freighters COPES-VULCAN DIVISION BLAW - KNOX COMPANY Post Office Box 577 Lake City, Pennsylvania 16423 Designers and manufacturers of control valves, nuclear valves, soot blowers, feedvvater regulators, desuperheaters, control systems for marine and stationary power plants. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE i)Oi@Hto ' in.s CcMHIpM ONE BROADWAY NEW YORK CITY A World-Wide Marine Paint Service A-45 . We thought Chase Manhattan Cash Reserve Cheeking was great ...then we made it even greater with this unique Checlc Guarantee Card THE CHASE MANHATTAN ! " ■ CHECK GUARANTEE CARD 111111 CHARLES D ALLEN ,...,,,.: o. NOV 196 7 T.fmi »na condltioni on tti back Chase Cash Reserve Checking Chase Check Guarantee Card ( What it is and how it works ) ( " What it is and how it works ) Now you can write checks for more than you have in your checking account. Chase sets up a Cash Reserve (personal line of credit) for qualified customers in an amount from $500 to $5000. You can then write personal checks for amounts up to the total of your checking ac- count balance plus your Cash Reserve. Let ' s say there ' s a sale of furniture and you need $480. " With only $200 in your checking ac- count, you may still write a check for the full $480. Chase automatically advances the extra $280 you need from your Cash Reserve. The interest you pay is at the rate of l ' ' per month only on the amount you use, and for the exact length of time you use it. A valuable service? " We think so, but now, there ' s even more... Chase Manhattan ' s Check Guarantee Card assures that your Chase personal checks-up to $100-will be accepted any- where in Greater New York. Merchants accepting Chase checks pre- sented wi th our Check Guarantee Card can ' t lose. Chase promises to make good every such check accepted by food stores, depart- ment stores, specialty shops, restaurants, airlines -any established business concern. And the Chase Manhattan Check Guar- antee Card is absolutely free to all Chase Cash Reserve Checking customers. Sound good? To get both of these tw o great new serv- ices you should meet these requirements: 1. Be 21 years of age or over. 2. Live or work in Greater New York. 3. Have a steady income, 4. Have a good credit rating. Apply now at your nearest Chase Branch. THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK i ■ N A 1 Ch««e ManhattAH Plaza. New York, New York 10016 Member Federal Deposit Inaurance Corporation Our Little Neck Office: Northern Boulevard at Little Neck Parkway-John L. Mitchejl, Assistant Treasurer, Branch Executive. Open Friday Evenings 6-8 p.m, in addition to regular banking hours. Telephone: BA 9-4400. -•-ttfanl ■■■■•- . 1.. Cm« ■•,-,M«« " ' -,31«tl CHRISTOPHEa J. 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Blair Willits Ansel A recognition guide to commercial fishing vessels and their equipment. Describes and pictures the fishing gear and craft used in the World ' s com- mercial fisheries. Prepared to serve the profes- sional mariner as well as the amateur seaman, and landlubber as a " look-her-up-book. " 160 Pages 9x6 " (1968) Indexed $5.00 SHIPMASTER ' S HANDBOOK ON SHIP ' S BUSINESS By Ben Martin An up-to-date coverage of the paperwork required by Masters in the operation of present-day mer- chant vessels. It is a source of useful information and ready reference. 320 pp. (Aug. 1968) Indexed $10.00 WIRE ANGLE TABLES For Fishermen, Marine Biologists, Marine Geolo- gists and Surveyors, Oceanographers, Research Ship ' s Officers, Weather Balloon Observations By John E. Rothrock These tables are adapted from Table Number 3 of H.0.9 (Bowditch) American Practical Navigator published prior to 1958. They were tested on the Research M V ANTON BRUUN from 1964 to 1966. They were checked against electronic depth recorders and various accumulators and tension meters. At depths of from 30 to 6750 meters the tables proved accurate within 0.08%. 128 Pages 6 " x 9 " (1968) $5.00 Order From Your Bookseller, or CORNELL MARITIME PRESS, INC. Cambridge, Maryland 21613 PEROLIN FUEL OIL TREATMENTS Pero-Klean Marine Cleaners Representatives and stocks in Major Ports throughout the world SKi! PEROLIN COMPANY, fw MARINE DIVISION 350 Fifth Avenue • New York, N. Y. 10001 QUALITY EXPERIENCE INTEGRITY A-51 CLIPPER MARINE CORPORATION AMERICAN FLAG STEAMSHIP OPERATORS 39 BROADWAY • NEW YORK, N. Y. 10006 HAnover 5-3900 Cables: BULKVESCO BEST WISHES from an ALUMNUS A-52 I Compliments of Polaris The Magazine of the United States Merchant Marine Academy Compliments of ' ' HEAR THIS n The Midshipman Newspaper . BBMmmmmHmmiimmmwm mpm mmmm TO OUR ADVERTISERS-. • .n make Midships larger thair rt has This year, we tr.ed o .a ,eer. in a few y-- ' ;f, ' ; " ' 20 of the. in color, and this line, we have added 60? ,, ell as incor- completely renovated the s e c ,,,,,Hshed porating many new ideas. We fee both of these goals. j , „eh hetter. The book is certamly large , „,, This was made possible X: L. e of years; and this advertising campaign m tl expectations, year, the response as su a sed o- g We of the Midships Staff, a Midshipmen wish possible. Sincerely, 77 ' !% Robert J. McClure Advertising Manager 1968 Midships NEW CITY PRINTING CO. UNION CITY, NEW JERSEY New York Phone LOngacre 4-9161 [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. " " " " " " ' ' 1 ,68 Midships is . .yPica; Jtl jfeSV t at a school such s " J is at any Tn.whTS est in many years, f Vl 000 , will not f » ' ! ' ' » " eisM l»g« • ' " ° " ' i S,e non- midshipmen who heipe anyone who in «i.y»«y • ' " ' l " " ' ' Edition- :Src ?tma.e... J- -r ,,e best Midships eve. My op- , ,,, j.dge. only be a biased one. c i Kenneth H. Warner Editor-in-Chief 1968 Midships 266 V.N 51 l International Organization 9i Masters, Mates ? 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