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

 - Class of 1969

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The United States Merchant Marine Academy was conceived in anticipation of the need for properly trained officers to man the nation's growing merchant fleet. The out- hreak of the second World war gave dra- matic evidence of the value of a strong merchant marine. Plans for otlicer train- ing materialized swiftly, and, a quarter- century ago, Kings Point was horn. It has endured, and continues to serve. These Hrst pages of introduction to the 1969 M iclshiyos provide a graphic represen- tation of change and growth during the Acaclemyls first twenty-live years. 1968 " ' L . T1 T'r',':: 'T :T t1T1T"T'T . .... ii ,T Siiiijii-, T: Zig'-1 .N . 'J . QTY? . :Trl-..::1t.':1.."'. 73,11 :rl , gg: ii: 1f:f'- r.:"r,1'-. . ,1-11: T an On the reviewing stand during the Dedication Day regimental review were the Superintendent and the Commamlant of Cadets, USMMA, the Commandant of the Third Naval Dis- trict, the Deputy Administrator for Training of the War Shipping Administration., and the Superintendent of lhe Maine Maritime Academy. if I' W 'QT V 0 - l ' 0 I T -f"5,fwQw1"" " f 5 4. 'Zf,w+"?i f n , .. i V ff' t wwf? -Q ' " ' , - fa. t 4 ,'l:rf"fV 4- ' ' A , . ,. .1 , , , . , new ffJ3M'f,j' -' -A 4- . MTNA-'TTT T::T::':x:T:.:"H-"::2l::t"'-3' -ff1'T1'i1"i'1f:i:-T,1ff-e-:,1- -T---T 1 ------ -Y Y-ff ,,.r,..,---I-" Mr. S. Duvall Schell Executive Officer, ll7'ar Shining Ad 7 . . . . . Il L. ' 771-llllfSfTllil0ll, delivers President Roosevelfs message at dedi- cation. ceremonies in. O'Hara Hall. 4 More than 2000 Cadet-Midshipmen participated in Ill-9 Defi" cation. Day review. fm 96 w lim rfgmvvllfz, 4 vfmmfsmfnnl 0' Kiamf xilflj Uli- faig rl Phi' HWY ,,,,.,,,1.gf H! 142+ NW.--f' .. -1- D' fi A hand salute lS gwen by Mr James W Gulzch Actmg Zwarltzme Admmlstrator, as he and Academy 0 zczals pass the Colors during Ins inspectzon 0 the regunent v t- ,V .YY iz'-J' ' 4 1 -,. Jr, ft' M . N . .L F SCENES The War Memorial has long been an Academy landmark. Originally, the monument to Kings Pointers lost in action during WW II was located at the top of the Oval, near the flagpole. The new memorial, shown here from several angles, is situated on the lawn sloping downward from Wiley Hall to- ward Long Island Sound. -I 'Q '-H. 'ide "Ulu 'vu wa, WM 'UN egidn 'Miha 5' N155 Q -, -':'f"'- . . ty,m mam 'era hx -ww i The Emory Rice, seen on the left in the photograph above, was an early Academy training ves- sel. Her masts and reciprocating steam engine are now obsolete as practical means of propulsion for merchant ships. The instru- ment-laclen Kings Pointer, shown at right, serves toclay as a float- ing lahoratory in which deck miclshipmen gain practical ex- perience in modern electronic navigation techniques. MF? .- -....--, i - A- A 5 ACADEM CS The development of facilities for study in the fields of marine engineering and nautical sci- ence lias been continuous over the past twenty- Hve years. Additions and changes are made in course programs and equipment to keep pace with the demands of the rapidly developing maritime industry. Subjects sucli as electronics and automatic control systems are becoming increasingly significant to today's merchant marine oH'icer as basic tools of bis profession. 1 X "M lpn X .--.mn ' x.-2 The steam laboratory as it appears today. ,,1 - z I 1 I in The steam lab shown during its construction A laboratory session in naval architecture. -fr,-...M -...A,Y..-Q-we-wvvrwf-.y,.,N..,qq W,,,,,,,,,.,.. V ,.,- .. ..-.ffm-v 'lhlrsqg An open-air engineering class. u"l""f if A view of the present machine shop A temporary ll1llCllilll? shop facility. 3 er p Y A - - ' --1----A------' i- ea-uvzr.4f4-L5.4a.!-,.f,,ul!.Q -Y-A Y-L..L...,,,.V.f...2-...k. ,, Q, .. Y awrog Victory during his forrnnlire months. The mascot takes a break between rest periods. ACTHVHTH S ,, .. --.f ff , -, -Vi..'.v.-in . . Representative of the participation and spirit attending Academy ac- tivities is the recently acquired St. Bernard mascot, Dawrob Victory. He arrived at Kings Point appear- ing to be little more than four awk- ward feet and a tongue. He has been a part of Kings Point for more than a year now, and has become the Academy,s most popular per- sonality. Having gained a sense of balance, as Well as a substantial appetite, Dawrob marches with the Regiment at most Academy func- tions. Dawrob has had several more or less oficially recognized predecessors. Another dog, Muster, shown at right has served along with a parrot and a ram in the mascot billet. qffe -wfS,,,, Victory talws a load of his mind as he awaits his next meal 45-. hs. ATHLETHCS Over the years, the place of sports in the lives of midsliipmen has re- mained relatively unchanged, as the needs for recreation and exercise have not diminished. Competition in intramural contests helps dex elop individual 111011lC as xx ell as that of the regiment XVlule fundamentallx 1 source of p1 ide xx itlnn tlie iefument the ltlmletic exploits of Ixmffs Point vaisitx terms have become xaluable in 1l'1C16'1Sl110' public fm 11611655 of the Kc Idemx ind its 1n1ss1on ,ig 'fig i 1 , I' E415 :.."A' i 1 3 . Q Ls dvl, AGU f 'ft 255551. ., ff?-.1:7M.f-M-'13 avian? '7D"'7 -1-wi -.ww - M5534 :gag 5 'ff' sigilig 5453214 3-Q-5-2-515 ew Exggfjfyisfggfxv W W:-ia. ,a,.M,,,:s wa 7 'Hamm was E AWEEW W E Y.Av:Q wi 5 -no Q. 2-53-5 W si Z ., A. V 'RWM Q Q J ' is Ll" "In the years to come many a Captain and Chief Engineer will open these pages and look back upon his life as a Cadet-Midshipman. One can easily vis- ualize the memories that will ensue. The reviews, the drills, the classes and the highlights of his youth will be lived again." "We, the staff, feel that it has been a privilege to have been instrumental in producing the first yearbook of the Academy. May there be bigger and better MIDSHIPS in the years to come." Hill E. D. Swanberg Editor-In-Chief, 1944 for the staff It has been twenty-five years since the words of Editor Swanberg were written. During those years much water has passed under the keel as the saying goes. Thousands have come and gone since then, each to seek his fortune in the world. Times and methods have changed, but one small thread re- mains . . . the spirit of 1944 to produce bigger and better annuals. The staff of the 1969 MIDSHIPS has strived to do this, sometimes wondering if it was Worth it. You now have the product of our labor before you and we hope it is ubigger and betteri' than those before it. Now twenty five years old MIDSHIPS 1S ready to go forth into the next twenty five keeping in mind the phrase May there be bigger and better MIDSHIPS in the years to come 1969 MIDSHIPS STAFF K4 4,44-1 , ' -, . ' f y J., 1 f A. ,j'f'Lw' A V . "M L. L, .'U'f"'Jg. , 4 , uf, 1,-.mf 'Q-,,q.4 V, , , .fir , ' , ,, .KV A , . ' ,, H1 w ' .1ffQ.1, " . 9, -Q X! 'Y 'M X ' V 17" .:.,,, ff ,Qf ,, -' x 424- ,fi V, 'wZ'QX',,j 'A 'y z 1 Q wr? n' A mi, .n:f+5,., , WV M uk.-, iii' I' x Qav'-.,7,4h, fggj L+ S- ,n,, 4 edicated to a greater Kings Point . . . Kings Point has been in existence for twenty-five y ears. The pages of this th Academ during those years. book show the evaluation of e y Within them, an enormous amount of history has been recorded . . l be an. This new age has seen a great war ended, and a nuc ear age g d oceano raphic exploration, the development and widespread space an g application of computers, and a host of other technological advances. The transportation industry has not stood still. Within ten years the jet :X airplane has virtually replaced its propeller-driven fore-runner. EEE? The maritime industry has seen the development of the super-tanker, larger and faster break-bulk vessels, containerization, and the first commercial ship propelled by nuclear power. The technological advances of the past twenty-five years have been great . . . the possibilities for the future seem limitless. rf' Behind all these changes are the -vast improvements p 1 j bfi and applications of technology. I , , I 2 ' The very source of technology is education. i 41 My Here lies Kings Point's role. It islnot S i enough, however, for Kings Point to "keep pace with the timesf, it must set the pace. 5, 4- :I , ranreg, NH'4'. 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EQ, my , s. f.:-Mvv' nu- r' qu . f il s 3 VHCTUR Q TYSON9 JR, E .1-nplfcmin, ssislfgaurnlf Superimpfgen Qnifg 5 28 I A i IANLLTH llNWlWlDl li', C l 1 l in II sl X, , H DqMan 3 , . WW, ky' K 43 f 1 iz 1 5 umm mm H. W- W Head, Dfllma 5 P- I 5 f I i 1 A l 1 V ,,.. RUBERT JL WALL Cmptdinmv 9 Jfgceginirnemltalll Ufficer 'Q NJ .-2"-N he-N., CAPTAIN COMMA MELVIN H- DRY, USN KRET-l PAUL L. KRINEIIEERUSMS Head, Department of Public XVorks Assistant Deail lay COMMANDER MELVIN I. KOPPELSON, USMS Administrative OEcer 'F 4-q,W mu? X M-zsn0"' ff0XlNlxKNDl'fll COBIBIANDER I' UH' Hill lx, l'll,l,lSUN, USNIS Cll.-XRLES NI. RENICK, USBIS ll' .ll IJ. Iulllllll HI .ll Ilnlmml-:al11lSllpplX' lDll'l'1'lO1'Ull,'XllllUl1lAlllL1ll'S1l11LlPlL1L'C111Qlll Ollicm' MANDER LIEUTENANT COMMANDER HARQQLE. HART, USMS ALAN B. VAN BUREN, USMS public Infomlation Officer Assistant Head, Department of Public Works 1 hit l S A LIEUTENANT COMBIANDER LIEUTENANT COMMANDER KENNETH A. GEARY, USMS DONALD L. SCASSERA, USMS Registrar and Educational Services Officer Assistant Head, Department of Finance and Supply a eg W ,s mm Y .- 32 A , ' - -. 3:1331 '- - ,. A at -S A j -' '- ' X':SI':f.1lH Minn ,1 yr' 'Jill- and A77 LIEUTENANT ERNEST W. FALK, USMS Assistant Registrar and Educational Services Ofiicer LIEUTENAN T THOMAS HARRELSON, USMS Special Assistant to the Superintendent l.ll'Ql,"I'I' N KN I' IUIIN KlSll1Nlk. l SXIS 1 I Us fx .-ulL'Sf' LIEUTENANT JUNIOR GRADE HAROLD G. LASHER, USMS Assistant to the Registrar MR. JAMES J. PINRMAN Ships Service Officer CAPTAIN ANTHONY L. GENDRON, CHC, USN Catholic Chaplain gave! I- COMMANDER W. F. KINCSLEY, CHC, USN Protestant Chaplain RABBI HIRS CH FREUND Jewish Chaplain ,f"",,A 3 6 wwf COMMANDER LIEUTENANT COMMANDER ERNEST V. NAU, USPHS WAYNE A. JENKINS, USPHS Chief Medical Officer Chief Dental Officer 'wil I H,L,l.W WT LIEUTENANT COMMANDER 1, ull'H'H xi A lwm J. WILLIAM BURNS, USPHS XI' lin :gl Um ' V lDCI1lk1lLjl'HC6'I' ff! uv' i ffl.. . ..--'7.r bfi ,LI I 171, E ' ie f xiii? 'K 'D -ru. 0' 10 cz r - 'x .1 ., jj . , I NGHNEERHN 1 I... f 1 'M' '-w':.z:..':.""',,,1.,-:z::x:T3,, Q Front Row: V. Raner, Cdr. M. Gross, D. Olsen, Capt. L. S. Mc- Cready CHead of Dept.l, E. Aba- telli. Second Row: Cdr. C. Sand- berg, CWO I. Antell, Cdr. M. Hirschkowitz. Third Row: Lcdr. H. M. Kirby, Ltfjgj N. Maroney, Lt. McDonald, Ltijgl F. Smith, Lt. F. Reynolds, Capt. H. Travis. Fourth Row: Lt. L. Kane, Ltijgj Malinoski, Lcdr. R. VVells, Lcdr. D. Paquette, Lt. G. Kingsley. Back Row: Lt. H. Newman, Cdr. I. Drucker, Lt. I. Ciaquinto, Cdr. C. Hubert, Lt. R. Panuska, Cdr. S. Carlson, Lcdr. G. Barnes, Cdr. VV. Armstrong, Lcdr. E. Ferencq, Lcdr. F. Schuler. 5, v f, 5 ML, 'A rzfawi ....i.-.- f tn fail..-:Jul X Ull f sm lo ,fr 'Pr' 1-. vx....2' ...Q-r Capt. L. S. McCready, USMS, Head of Department, Mrs. D. Olsen, Secretary mm ff 4 Q I 2 V3 ,ip f or at n 9 a l ..,-Q N., ,saw Rt c'To Develop Marine Engineers Sec- ond To None,', its mission, is also an adequate description of the education received in Fulton Hall. Fulton Hall is equipped with modern laboratories to aid the midshipmanis adjustment from theory to practical work problems en- countered aboard ship. Courses taught include: Steam and Diesel Engineering, Hydraulics, Thermodynamics, Electrici- ty, Nuclear Engineering, Refrigeration, and a host of others. Engine midshipxneu study a curricu- lum designed to equip them to compete in today's world ol advanced technology. Every elfort is made by Captain Mc- Creacly and his stall lo eoustautly revise the courses to meet the industryis chang- ing needs. aka ll ,,,,,,4,.,.m.z4...f f If ' ff, ff f' i ,Y -ati.. ,Q if I I f J , 1 ! 5 'KXNQV S Q 4 mi' if o X 4 ',.,,.'N,, ,Q Q59 f"4b gli: 'I Q va, me . -' Y --1 ' X 1 L L i ff X Sq F ,ff 'j' ,-' 'fffixl ,X '- " X b 41' . Q xy - if X fdgw- x iikfdvvip MQ.4 x- f l 7. t1fw'f'- Q'fXN nQ'?N . SQ, Q,, . - .-X -.1 -,, . igi www x ',' 'i'1 , ,"' I Lb-.. .. in X X K , X f 1 X Y QA Ev' Tr' H Y A kb ' xxyo Lvl .ff Nr ,1- in-""n .--,,,.-Q .,n""Q' cl 1 ow' L, ft IH'- , . 3 Q .fi ' E. Captain W. B. Harder, USMS Head of Department l f 1 a Front Row: Lcdr. L. Pearson, Ca t. W. Hurder CHead Of Dept-D, Lcdr. O. E. Thogipson. Second Row: Lt. T. Haendel, Lcdr. W. A. A. Wichert, Lcdr. I. LaDage. Third Row: Lcdr. G. Steiner, WO R. Browder, Lcdr. R. May. Back Row: Lt. C. F. Caines Lcdr. W. O'Hara, CWO E. Cooney, l AUTHC A ,CHE CE The Department of Nautical Science prepares midshipmen to become com- petent topside oHicers. Courses offered such as: Celestial Navigation, Electro- nics, Practical Seamanship, Astronomy, Meteorology, Naval Architecture, and Rules of the Road, are designed to provide both a theoretical and practical education. Engineers receive courses programmed to acquaint them with the skills and duties of licensed deck officers along with basic training in safety of life at sea and Hrc Hgllting. Une only has to look at the graduate records to realize the excellence of ilu- education received at Samuels llall. 173 ' .N . S Eff A il ' ff K 22 jx 2-, we -57' . 5' 5 mai Q .Vp maui , fEf"lI1 W' 9 4, sf' Kia. i fl' Q, s, 1 I , z Wifi' juss X? ,1 I X , ll ,iffy 'gg f! '. 5 gl Q.. mag ' ve nm., -11 nk J: y i Front Row: G. Keyes, Mrs. L. Feldman, Capt. I. Dittrick fHead of Dept.D, Cdr. C. Oberist. Sec- ond Row: Lcdr. A. Stwertka, Lcdr. P. Crum, Lt. W. Lebensohn, Lt. B. Bellow. Third Row: Lt. P. Drago, Lt. A. Ceasar, Lt. E. Weiss. Fourth How: Ltljgl I. Ciancio, Lcdr. VV. Bay, Lt. K. Lazara, Lt. L. Cassar. Back Row: Lt. A. Nickl, Mr. R. Marks. MATH AN SCIUE1- C 'YN' xl Capt I D1ttr1cL USXIS Dep'1rtmer1tHe1d Nfrs L Feldman Secretary .MN 4 , PQ? ua"-1 rss.:-hi... Fm. in Mkt: The language of technology is taught in Fulton Ilall. Ad- vanced lh'llltllCIT1tlflCS, Physics and Chemistry provichf ll means for midshipmcn to pursue their respective majors in c-xigirwci'- ing, deck or chiiil lic-misc-. Mathematics :incl scimlci- :mi prerequisites lor vllic-iviil ship design, lmlintf-iizinc,-ry :xml rvpziirl Nlidshipmr-n :mi xwll prvpairml by Compctvnl lIl'Sll'll1'lf7l'S in this facet of tht-ir wliuisltioii V1 'iV""'iv... li -.kj 4 viii Q .K fx qv A I Xgsf mQ Wig -. Cfmpt. C. W. Ferris USMS Hefld of Depwrtment- Miss C. Roche Secretary HUMANHTHES .Nun-g Front Row: Lcdr. Oscar D'Esopo, Capt. C. VV. Ferris CHead of Depth: Second Row: Lcdr. A. P. Davies, Lcdr. I. Citman, Lcdr. R. L. Brady. Third Row: Lcdr. S. W. Omeltchenko, Lt. R. C. Bar- dot, Cdr. VV, A. Flint. Back Row: Lt. I. Szaluta, Lcdr. A. A. Norton, Cdr. T. H. Ciddings. 3' V51 .Mfr 5,551 I vu To be merely adequate in the engineering or deck courses is not sufhcient. Midshipmen, expect- ing to become competent shipis officers, must also have the ability to express themselves clearly' and concisely. This is the job of the Department of Humanities. Courses are offered in English, cul- ture, history, and foreign languages. The quality of instructors and modern teaching methods assure the midshipmen of attaining a high caliber educa- tion in the liberal arts. 45 A 2 IW ll vt 151 :sz D - '-is as ,Q- 55? 5 X xx l 1 l ' , x. Front Row: W. Von -- Gronau, Lcdr. NV. Moore Miss P. Fitzpatrick, Capt. L. jarett CHead of Dept.J. Second Row: Lt. H. Katz, Lcdr. I. Maho- ney, Lt. M. Schwimmcr. Back Row: Lcdr. S. Kirsclicn, Ltljgl F. Abrams. An understanding of maritime law and economics is another of the many facets of training received at Kings Point by the midshipmen. The Department of Maritime Law and Economics offers courses in Marine Insurance, Marine Transportation, Labor Relations, Economics, and Maritime and International Law. It is essential that the marine officer realize the economic importance and impact of the maritime industry with respect to national security. It is to this end that the Department of Law and Economics strives. ' 1 .I . V fi , fqigl - r-:J . .. rf' . 1' 7 Q l I fa e - I ,. ix. 1 i -fiilsif ti- , 'i .. . T115 I rn. f 5 l i g p . I , X419 Af ,. , , .., JJ. I J R . ' Q . K I N V H Q -Q . , K i i 'J so t '- . A fiw fri . r l ft i t' 5 H Q B . . .,7- f V -. . W v - X A R4 J 5- -. f' fi.,.l I ,AN ' I .- . ef -saa .,,.., " .Q K Q - warm f ' 'c f - - --N . 1 4 f f F--3 ,L 'S - A! 1 1 . , I fb! 3871, I Capt. Iarett, USMS, Head of Department, Miss P. Fitzpatrick, Secretary if ! r, 117 HB ARY I6 ww- Q 3 if K Q X l . rr It X XU',IH,7x' 'Syl-N 11, ,Q 1 liltlll' Xllll if if The Library maintains an ever increasing volume of infor- mation for the use of midship- men and faculty. The new building with its study rooms, ample desks, and cool, quiet atmosphere provides a place conducive to study for all mid- shipmen. The Library has an outstand- ing collection of reference ma- terials related to the marine field along with periodicals, 5 5 pamphlets, phonograph records, I 1 l , and micro-iilm. 5 5 4 Front Row: Miss G. St. George, MrS- l- Schwartz, Mrs. F. Rose, Miss L. Havllalld- Second Row: Mrs. I. Nealon, Mrs. S. Hitchens, Miss Y. Leibinger. Back Row: Mr. K. Ander- son, Cdr. E. A. Northrop. 11 T' llllllllllillllll ' 17' ., 43"-X - 44 Front Row: Miss Carol Reid, Cdr. XV. I. Flannery USN, Mrs. Michelle Sammons, Lt. C. R. Tillotson USN. Second Row: Lt. M. F. Beckmeyer, USN Lt. I. Ognibene, USNR, Lt. M. E. Quinto, USNR Li. 1. E. Erickson, USNR. Back Row: cmcs JT Williams, USN, CMCI P. Brassel, SMC I. De- Pena. NAVAL SClllE CE The Department of Naval Sci- ence prepares midshipmen for assuming the responsibilities and obligations of officers in the Naval Reserve. Training is also provided in order that the Mer- chant Marine may work in close coordination with naval vessels in time of war. Courses taught cover the en- tire spectrum of naval opera- tions from the history to weap- onry. Competent instructors make their courses interesting and relate the material to useful applications. If a graduate desires and with recommendation, he may apply for and receive active duty in the Navy. hid w't'i Q-Www have ifipiw gg 4 Vet-Gul 'Q ' A sound inind is only part of the Kings Point rnariner. Through an extensive program ol varsity sports, intruinurals, and gym classes, midshiprnen develop onclurnnoc and coordination to aid thorn in being Well-rounded. The nnirincr is taught that he can do much more than he expected, if only lie'll push himself. PHYS CAL TRAIN N f- ' ij- S n Q x X X if --. " 5. -H ., s 'ms - . 1 nil - - -- " Ll - -, R, 5-gil -1 unc. Bllllx HOU- - f' ' l H111 f :il lirln Ill l-l ll'-'.l Lnllnxlxl' l'l'lll'l .4 K it mn 1 I I u 1. SIHILII Ill ffUnNl1.,'X,ZlI.llU. N X or ...-A, vs D. G 'oi - , . -u s s is aff? X ,,:::aA 9 I .,, 'ggi fav! ,ow of s W' "N Rl ' ': 've s 1 4 Q f, :ls fNQ','is"'-if i a , .x gi -wNlmg,'!m rirlilximseg is X e tixffzsx R s 1333253 Rus Sli 5 s:'5ff'X5Q5 fl Jus l fx QS X X -X - gggttggsl N SN xi s Y X figfYfQ :gays Q E ,'!i:X:iN Qs N its I XXXL 552531. A si.. 'QS X N lXtlII!lfl. l. lx ln. mul ll '9- X g ff 1 , if I' ,La 3 if 'N if!" , .gc- 00' an W 'I 'livgimvnt 4 ri T G M NTA STAFF l l 1 1 I T ' their l , t W T The le -Q z. V swf z 1 l Elf i i , . i l ,H rl Lili: Exgll - :Wi Wil 1' if H il f' iw 341- ii li kt l i 1 i i ' , Q ,,, i 3 55 5 'A l"l at li 4 l ill l I li , is X 13 it l S I 52 '11 4 I 9 E . 1-,A WVilliam.M. Bushey, Regimental Intramurals Ofhcerg Timothy J. Tierney, Regimental VVelfare Officerg Howard P. Young, Regimental Training Oflicerg Thomas XV. Richardson, Regimental Executive Oflicerg James G. Cameron, Regimental Commanderg Donald XV. Adams, Regimental Aideg Dennis XV. Gross, Regimental First Lieutenantg Richard E. Boyer, Regimental Com- missary Ofhcerg Robert H. Bennett, Regimental Senior Wfatch Officer. , , A . Q, .Q-fag,u:g- ' ix 5 P" g.f:m"L.X.i1 A . ,fy 3 M jj ff .. H Sw x .Q qw vw- 'k".lx V y M f X "" Q N . cm VERBA .NON MX CAPTAIN ROBERT J. XVALL, USMS Regimental Offi CSI' 'Z fmewf, ww S S S X Eggxxxxg X Q W 'fl , 3' 'ff 4 x kk Y sg Y f Xsxfyi " Y X X f x Q Y W X. X X x X S A R 1 Q 3 1' x - 55,51 X Q X Q k .Q X. we S Ni i X X R A . ,Q ,Q ' is Q Q X fi Vg-1 axis F1 .rx i N " 5 ,uf :ig x Qx is x .f x K. xx X N Q wx Qs sg-Ni x Q fs V. Iaro, First Battalion Executive Officerg D. Denny, First Battalion Commanderg Smith, Second Battalion Executive Ofticergj. Cameron, Regimental Commanderg T. Richardson, Regimental Executive Oflicerg N. Causlow, Second Battalion Commanderg M. Eckels, Third Battalion Commanderg M. Hooper, Third Battalion Commander. REGHMENTAL COMMAND B OARD The duties and responsibilities of the Regimental Command Board consist of discussing and formulating policies concerned with the many facets of regi- mental life. This board evaluates and determines plans, routines, and procedures which affect thex-Regiment directly. The Command Board meets at least once a week with the Regimental Policy Board. The Policy Board is composed of the Regimental Ofiicer, Battalion OHi- cers, Regimental Command Board, Company Commanders, and the President of the Midshipmen Council. It is the Policy Board which makes the Hnal deci- sions on regimental matters. The Superintendent recently established the policy whereby the Command Board may make initial decisions on policy changes and implement these changes on a trial basis. If, after the trial period, the proposed policy change seems effec- tive, it will be accepted. Under this new system, midshipmen have begun to gain a more direct influence in determining the policies which effect their daily life at the academy. NLHDSHHPMEN COSUNCHL The Midshipmen Council is the representative student government for the Regiment of Midshipmen, The Council is composed of one elected representative f ,. . - . rom each section and three elected officers from the Regiment. The Midshipmen Council has the responsibility of dealing With all facets of Midshipmen life outside of the Re are various committees on academics, athletics, and facilities. The Executive Committee, consisting of the President, Vice-President, Secre- tary, and Committee Chairme In this way the sentiments of the Midshipmen can be brought to his attention for proper aotion. In addition, the President of the Midshipmen Council is a member of . . the Regimental Policy Board. gimental System. Notable among these areas n, meets with the Superintendent every other Week. 3 .. ' S v Orff' 5 'w.E1,,, i i - - , , . ' C, WV llg B. S song R. de Riesthal, Presidentg I. Sands, i'ttQ'g' .B'ClLIfQf,fXg1.Sp Iffgfierson. Sfshaya, sighing: R. Oehlerg T. Mccomickg R. Bakerg PC2i3a6:lllf1rdt.'R. Rofphf S. Casmglqag T, Coxg D. Klossg A. Novak, Vice-Presidentg I. Dudley, Secretaryg R,,Parkerg F. Morseg H- Lloyds C- EdWardSs M- RYHU- 1 F 1 6 4 e FHFST FATTALJION STAFF 2 i fl Q22 uf :fi l i ? P 5 i E U 1 i Harry A. Gotimer, Battalion First Lieutenantg Craig L. Hylestad, Battalion Senior Watch Oilicerg Victor I. Iaro, Battalion Executive Officerg Douglas R. Denny, Battalion Commanderg Richard P. Snyder, Battalion Aideg Daniel M. Flannery, Battalion Training Officerg William H. Orlasky, Battalion 'Welfare Officer. LIEUTENANT RAYNER ACH, USMS Assistant First Battalion Officer NR. I ' ' 4-4 -.5 N M fn, nm ' S fp- f V! -.I " - M. i 3 --F:----. .... it Q Wil' I i - . g E gn ll." Y 'X f em' VERBA V NON COMMANDER FRANCIS A. LITCHFIELD USMS First Battalion Officer a 'Q '19 'Wi' , 2 , nf Iohn R, Wolf, First Platoon Commander, Bruce M. Thompson, Company Commander, Robert V. Weinberg, Chief Petty Officer, Timothy D. Ford, Second Platoon Commander. FIIRST COMPA STAFF SECOND C Kneffin K V G. Haig 1- W, Emi ' Woddei . W S , Q ' 0 ' L 4, 6 9 u 1 Q3 3- G 9? i SEC0 BATTALHON STAFF 2 1 i l -uv-'-if Iohn I. Bajor, Battalion First Lieutenantg Peter A. Borysevicz, Battalion Sen10r Watch Officerg Grant W. Smith, Battalion Executive Oflicerg Norman D. Gauslow, Battalion Commanderg John R. Dudley, Battalion Aideg George C. Clark, Batt21110!1 Training Oflicerg Robert T. Kiyosaki, Battalion Commissary Officer. ?"""".' xr NR, 1 - ffl l,,g.Jx -. xx ,L Q Q5 X X dxf? ,Mgff f- LIEUTENANT DOMENIC DeFILIPPI USMS Assistant Second Battalion OfHcer NON tw :l 0 11' ' K tx E Z ACTA VERBA COMMANDER WALTER D. MEYER USMS Second Battalion Officer 6 I i I I I I' X im X . V l Y ' S T x K r 5 I Robert J. Harris, First Platoon Commanderg Michael A. Cereno, Company Executive Oflicerg Robert VV, DeRiesthal, Chief Petty Officerg Thomas C. Blakeman, Company Commanderg R. Cary Brauns, Cuidon Petty Ofhcerg Robert C. Koch, Second Platoon Commander. UU TH COMPAN T FF SECOI Front H Donahuf Dixon. 5 D. Cong 11 an ' , v Q f 1 4 M s i ll U ll lr' 015 0 I 'O r' N A - ,Sala ' A sf- Q I an V anuunx . u humans mu- dnv-.. , A A I nk I x A 12 kiwi ,, , A K lvl X .ki Q K .XXX I ' h ,kgggq A A 6' . ,, gxg,N,5 Q ,- X - 5 j Wav,-A - -- Q. A 'YW A ' . Q ' Liu A . Q ' fm' f X 'V hi. " .' i ,Q XX.., ' X' X ' 1' - , ., wh I 8 4 , ,f,W,,,k -X' K :gg 5-15.5 X , 3 N , 5 ' 'K-'W"f'Q'4 ,M fy- ' Q X, ,4 - Q mygmevvyfg. .A , . ,z ,WX Wg !.'fi,i,., 'Q' U '. 'H I Wa -f-'ffvf v , .f ,w,.:.M.,,wMM,.- - V , Q17-94, inn BATTALHON STAFF -1 I john M. Yunker, Battalion First Lieutenantg D. Scott Fitzwater, Battalion Senior VVatch Officerg Mark W. Hooper, Battalion Executive Oflicerg Mark S. Eckels, Battalion Commanderg Randy S. Longerich, Battalion Aideg George D. Emmons, Battalion Training Ollicerg Allan Ward Yedlinsky, Battalion Welfare Oflicer. wax ,X K I X 0 f x x L I l " O X Wil ef, 32 I , LIEUTENANT FRED V. McCAMMON USMS Assistant Third Battalion Officer TEE AX CTA ' S VERBA Nou ly l r Q f A ii 1 li Z "' n-.... X A'f.,ImJ I V COMMANDER THOMAS F. HANNIGAN USMS Third Battalion Officer .Hi-' L, Q " W5 G T Charles I. Ptak, First Platoon Commanderg Donald A. Beckman, Company Executive Oilicerg john NV. Van Hoy, Chief Petty Officerg Richard W. Petzold, Company Com- manderg Iohn R, Piskura, Cuidon Petty Oflicerg Michael D. Zitterman, Second Platoon Commander. i I FIFTH CUMPAN TAFF 'I' nf UN. 5 .R r W I ff 5 D Q, 7 , ,nf ,f li f x. Q x .. -on l Q. in gy i A Q R 3 .',,' h S n 1 A ,Q Q ' x - f- 7 I M ,V 'AN N93 Q AA 'V un- n an-n .-. A ' - ' A ' - . - - M ' 'i P H ff A - ji '. . V- 1 0, t - ,,,1' A "fi f .NS 4,1 -. VA ,ish jk wi . R X ' . - . . ' 'V' - K 'K' " PI T4 i. 5 3 I TEH X3 X Q 5 Y ' 9 xv' gf' ZW? x Q. 2 g 5 . x Q g 9 4 U' i x 1 xo 0 , , 5 A . - - ul- a --. an 1 X X I 'Zark avfyl ly g 'Axle I El, The Regimental Band leading the Regiment to a Dress Review. GHMENTAL WU BAND I DRUM MAJOR Steven A. Hardin H WH ,ui , ,ff ,M 4 Vw fn of .Jil af Regimental Color Guard marching onto Tomb Field. 5 y . 3 COLOR GUARD CAPTAIN Robert Grebasch REGHM TAL CU GUARD 1 11. 1 11' 1 1 1 W QMT NJ, M ,, ftv , 'f "IQ 6,5 -if ff' .T .gqkp ,V Nl, ,, K' ff, W Q 'ax' , N 'H f w . M 1 w ,, - 4 n "' ' s Q'-L f .' A ' Y :XI 'Y' , " " f""' . lv , -. L f 1, Q' Q f.. -IK' I , , 4, 153,41 A 191. ' w va' M I ,, Q ,7 M 'Q W, .yr 4, fr f, v ,ggwrh T 4 r -,,- 5.1 -M-. ..- 'x . .M . M 1' .V .RQ Aff", .1 .T 1,1 . , KK' .545-.r v, 1:1-, 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 E 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 11 . 11 1 11 1 1 i T . .1 ' a nl ' I' -ffm -1 Q, ' 'sf -"V 1- .1 Q zyxff- T - - Y .1 'JM ,, , 1 rs.-if 'ff .6 x 'y4"i?1 ' 11375, .- 15' ga, T mx Ng: A Present Arms. RE TMENTAL DRILL ,ff F W 1' fffd v V- ' " 1. fl T if Lkx Q Q xx. N Q . A ' WJ-A,,,T. -511+ 1 "' ' ' " " www, .,,, x K M X . - The Drill Team performing the Accordion Toss' 'Vw . , 'xl '11 1 ,ff 1 T EAM DRILL TEAM COMMANDER John Chen HONOR GUARD COMMANDER Andrew Tuzinkiewicz Regimental Honor Guard. REGHMENTAL HUNUR GUARD - 1 1. P . T ' ff p V 11, if? , 79 47 1 1 1WW2 1 ! ri I1 1,1 1, it K 1' X P 5 . ak , 11 1 5,1 1 .1 rf, 1 u , 1 . .If' 1 1' rf? 1 i 59, 1 3 ff, 4' 1' ' " 1 W1 1 5 , V f VY fm V. ,, 1 Ii I 1 J ,U " CT! 7 ' . 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X ' , , N, J J1fvvvxAfVV,1k' V 1 , xfxf x X -, ' ,,f xf f.f,fNfvxf A '..f XXX-rj-ffxx-.ZX1'X"'X'!X-XTYVXW .,, -s ' 1' ,f Yf J--f-fNxXfQfliXJVKA1','L' v 1 XXX-fx,x.fN-ffXfX"x! 1714, ,.f ,f ,f .fx.xJ,fx1xfxfvV N. 1 'yfxffi X! -X ,f JJJXJ x',WV 1 xbmfvlxf if! k - ' 'fxff ' bpwv 1 fxfx, M VN,.w 1 X-fx' "NM K" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 EDITOR-IN-CH I EF Peter J. McCoy 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 T1 rank This in 1 Ceo: in 11 man help the 1 80 X, , Vlfv X I QM QF iw Ext x,,xf x.fx,fx.fN. ,N,fx.fN-'Y X-,x., Y X' x,x.f fx., 'x.f vvxfvx- x., .X,x, Iw"'55Z5lV tix! Dx, X XPXQJN-fxfxfvvxdx-,x, X, Nvyx, Xfx.fN-f xfvfx' MANAGING EDITOR George Cassa The job of Managing Editor also ranks up on the list of difficult jobs. This year found George Cassa sitting in the seat of Managing Editor. George had to be a jack-of-all-trades in his job this year helping Pete in many small but important jobs which helped make for smooth operation of the office and the staff. 'Xa BUSINESS MANAGER Alfred Novak Next to the job of editor, perhaps the toughest job on the staff is-that of business manager. The task of keeping the till full fell to Al Novak this year. Originally, Al was Battalion Commissary Oilieer in 2nd Battalion, but resigned the billet early in the year to devote all his time to keeping the books straight. At year's end, a check shows that Al did his job admirably. ACTIVITIES EDITOR Edwin Gould The job of Activities Editor is one which sometimes makes the holder of this post become upset due to deadlines, lost copy and layout sheets and sometimes unco- operative club leaders. This job Went to myself this year and I hope that I've lived up to the task which Was required of me. In past years the activities section of the book was sometimes disjointed and didn't follow the continuity of the rest of the book. This year Was no exception, but giv- ing it everything that I had, I feel that a comeback was obtained and the pages of this section are now before you for your judgment. N! fxfefnfsf s,Nfxf.f.,A-,x,, Jxfxfmf s -f ..fs,,f-x,X4fx,,f- ,fa ,-sw,-xxx-,-XM, ' Vh,fxJX,m-,ie ,,,-xv,-r,xv,xJxM,4N x,et.f, x,,.fs, sf- df., f,,x,,,v A-,gf .fxfX.fx.fX..fs .fxffxf vfx,-ee, , ,f,,x,fxN,x,,,x,s,-,x,, .fX.fN.--',fx.Jx,f1, x ,fxwf ,fx,,Nfx ,JN..fX.xx.,fx.fX. fx-, - .,,f-t ,fs,,x,f., ,xg , , .VAGAXXA-,,NF,. A-fx 4-'rs-fs-.fx:N.fx-, . ,iv-. ,,,ft.!x,X,A 'H-fXs'NJX--'X NH' - f-fx, fvfx, 1.-A.,-X-.fx,fx,fx,,,x,fx,,X,,xyx.xg-f ASSOCIATE EDITOR Joseph MacEwen Associate Editor. Itis a formidable title, but a lot of people donit have the faintest idea what a person in this capacity doeS- Ioe Macllwen was like you and IDG-he didn't know exactly what was expected of him in his new job. He soon learned that llc would be 'Pettfs unclerstudy, being Hrooniecl for the job of Editor next yC211'- IUC learned that this would be a full-time IUIV IHS lfe year and as this was being Wfiitlicll, had lo decline the job of E-Clif01' because of luis new billet on the Regimental Stall. X, 552 5555 V G gggxmlwxi SPORTS EDITORS .lack Finnegan William Lekse jack and Bill, both good athletes them- selves, had their hands full this year due to the excellent job our teams were do- ing and our photographers in capturing on film our outstanding athletes. Both worked hard and diligently to select from a nu- merous amount of good pictures to pro- duce a sports section which would reflect the quality of the athletic teams this year. That layout is iinallyrdone and they can now go their separate ways at sea, having done a very outstanding job. ...HQ A.. .,-V. 1 fAA,VxA,V Xfyfx.fx.fxfLfN- v ASSISTANT BUSI N ESS MANAGER Robert Livingston Number two job in the Hnance department went to Robert Livingston this year. This job is an understudy job which prepares the holder to take over the full duties of money handling. Bob did his homework well as he is now handling the finances of the MIDSHIPS. ADVERTISING MANAGER Robert Smith Advertising Manager Robert Smith is the man who helped A1 Novak Hll the coffers this year. Bob was constantly at the typewriter pounding out letters to solicit companies in the mari- time industry for advertising in the book. Bob conducted a most successful drive as can be seen by a quick glance in the,back of the book. 83 Nfxfxfgxxyxfm '41 if .. ,,...-.. 1.23, MIDSHIPMAN LIFE Robert Kiyosaki Midshipman life ranges from formal reviews to the lighter side of barracks life. Heading up this section this year was Robert Kiyosaki and Bob has had the opportunity over four years to ex- perience every phase of midshipman life. This made Bob's job somewhat eas- ier for he knew exactly what he wanted when he looked over piles of pictures and the end-product of his efforts speaks for itself. . f-,f,, SEA YEAR EDITOR Charles Ptak The desire of every fourth classman is to be done with plebe year and out to ports of call all over the world. The job of putting on paper what the mem- bers of the class of 1969 saw in their ports of call was given to Charles Ptak this year. With many good cameramen in the class who pursued their hobby, Charles' job was made somewhat diHi- cult because of the number of photos through which he had to look. Working diligently he came up with the best of the good ones as seen in the sea year section. 1 i I W Nyfvvxmxk 1 .,v- 1, 31.-iiiv ART Cr LAYOUT STAFF Robert Tracey James Redinger This part of the staff are the people who helped each section editor to produce a layout which would keep harmony Within the book as a Whole. All sections editors think they did a good job and pass on to them a "Thank You" for their services. .A-49" PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Mark Carlson Del Malik Glenn Sampson Jim Anderson Our photo staff headed by Mark Carlson, are responsible for many of the pictures in this year,s book. Studio Photographer, Mr. Fred Black, suggested early in the year that our photographers be given every opportunity to contribute to the book. We feel that it helped to give the book a truly personal touch since these shutterbugs know what to look for when snapping pictures. xfxfxf-Qx.f,.f-.,'N.f,fs,, ljxf,-,xxx W XNVWMN 'V .f ny- H.. GENERAL STAFF D. Fogarty L. Gordon P. Halvatgis Although the title of the group may make them appear to be office boys for editors, they were much more. It is true that menial tasks fell upon their shoul- ders, but Without their help it is doubtful that the book would have been able to function smoothly during the course of the year. These midshipmen being under-classmen realized they wouldnit receive the more lucrative jobs on the Staff, but now that they have experience under their belt they can look forward to more responsibility when they rejoin the staff. Most successful people usually started at the bottom and worked up and now our general staff has the oppor- tunity to do the same. H, u if- . 4 Q I? ,H H 4, C5 rl A .fw- ii: Q Q px' ?" ' T45 JJ 'Zi .i , . i 1 . l i i l i i. 1. Z i i i i i l i l , l. E. P L- l l V I i v l l 1 1 l EDITOR i Iames Litrun l D rg!!! its 20' iris tit? ii il 5 ,KA i ,.5 aries Midships' records show us that Polaris was established sometime during the 1943-1944 aca. demic year. Originally an eight page publication, the magazine flourished during the Academy's War years, implementing color covers during 1944. Today, the magazine is under the direction of Zfc James Litrun and is published quarterly. Its format has changed over the years and today such things as poems, letters written at sea, views of midshipmen as Well as faculty members are the standard format. If past performance is an indication, the second twenty-five years of Polaris' existence should be flourishing years. D. Tierney, R. Eckert uw" xqvv' if x Y-"Nw ,sw was -.f .1 J. f J. J' .2 .1 .,' .1 J ,.fX,f .JJ .f D, ..f 1 .1 1 .Af X1 .J .f .J JJ f .1 ,f .f ,f J, Mannering, I. Harding, R. Ogus. BUSINESS MANAGER R. Herndon X, X, X X X XKXXAXXXX X X XX, XXXXX X X X X -X XX Xxx XX X, X X X X X. X, X 'X X X X, X. X X. X X X, X.. XX X X, XXXN X W- N X X X X X. X X. X, X X X X X X X X X X X, X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X.x X x X X X. X X X X, X. X 'XX X N, X. X X 'X XV, X, X 'X., X. X X X! X X X. X X. X X X -X, X -X, X X- N., X X -X X X X 1X 'X, X X AX X X-XX X. J-XJMJ ,, .fx .1 ,f Xwft -f J N! -I XX' ,Z -,A ..fX.f , G, :VJ -.1 ..xXfX.f J X-,N-fxfxf-X,fX,x,,,fs,fx.fX-,f xxx-'Xe X- X XJ Ngfx, xl x u. , Xfxfxfx,fN.fX1'N--'X-f ' 'Nf AX X,X,XJX,,X,NSfxufXN.fx.f vu. X-fox V X- by Under the able leadership of UC James Williams this year, H ear This has continued to ilourish as an example of a Well run school newspaper. Its history can be traced back as far as the iirst MIDSHIPS 419447, then going under the name of SOUND OFF. It had its troubles in early years, sometimes being almost defunct. Then in September 1949, it was given a rebirth when it was decided that advertising by local mer- chants might save it. From that point on it has grown to be what it is today. Jim considers the highlight of this yeafs staff to be the Alumni issue which was published for Homecoming and hopes to top that with his Graduation Day issue. fx, A Xf X X x K' di ,fX,fx, -fx,-X X X - L X, -X! X Rf '- X-, f uf 'X I X x,t. M5552 WJ? f ., ,JVM JJ' WJ! JMXf' .f riff VWJLJ I V LJ.J f WJ.,f J W J 165553 Sitfin Cara S-,,.,x..'s. .xxx-f N. . .x.,X-- 'X- . ,x1Nf'x' .,,.x. .x, x. X, x. ,x.. 4 ,, ,x. Xjx., N, x '-ff xx x X . .xx-' X., s., x. X. X M x-X .N XA. -X X. xx, Sitting: R. Hollis. Standing: 1. Eason, J. Garavantu, G. Alley. I. McVicar, K. Myer, M. Carlson. M. Pinto, A. Ortega, M. Hopkins. x ,Ar - V, ,,,,- W,--,,k.4,,f.V,x.x, - f., ,ll ,R-,.kv,.J,Xf J' kV, M, s,.,fXf J. ,-,ff.,' .1 .J .fy fy Nfl, ,f,fxfx,-,xxx-x.fN.fX,fxfN.fx , it - 2 f ? www, 214 wx n....t,f Y , N 4 ,ff 1 1 fl sr Q, Q 3 .X 9. 5' xg 4 A ,Q L A x 7 Q' N 3 1 f ,yyw x .. f Q NWA. Sym , .. .Q kgs, 352 44 f Sf, - 1 BMV: Jaw? ,,... Af fx! fxf' fxf AJ AJ X H' . Front Row: Lee Bounds, Address Bookg Iohn Mazza, 0106 , , . -- h Zatezl0 Nlgmuger- Iohn Bujor, Lubbers Line. Back Row- I0 U ' ' W? ' 7 ' Alex Rosenberg. J i W i f ,,,A ,, CHIEF Arthur Levine 1fi: K-in' if if' V be 1 ' 3 ifiilllii Eigjv ,ivfk H-, ,Q . , - , - - , . wffffffw V if ' A fe 'Q , jiijwwwx gnfngnwgiizigmygguaiimlvgarimng 3 ,,,MMxeQN lik ele fs e lam 1 l v-'N l -'X l-4 gVijV5.giiL1g 6 5 -171 ii L e-X-veg iiiwwu X-Xxfx-fVKV,Q,Ly.vf. Y Xp H W H, Y Y, XIX XfM'x ,,,vM XwwwVVVXAA, sw-fefs-.r-se-.ses---ie - - s sv eww AL,lll44,lHflH,l,Y,lV A lr ir -is l . . . . A- , r f - r The Regimental Information Service, under the direction of life Aitllu - . . . u - . - x ' ' 'S LCVIHG, IS the Public Relations Olhee for the rcgnncnl. li sends lo nc WSPJPEI in the hometowns of midshipmen press releases on such things us: Plebe Acceptance Day, midshipman Ofheer appointinenls, sc-u your ussignunints, scho- lastic honor stars, sea year and Vietnam Service ribbons, zunl Cl'1lfl1l11li01'- B.l.S. also publishes the Lubberis Line, un i-iglily puge hooklvlc Sl7'iC'llCullY designed to assist midshipmen in seeking out nncl finding the more ln-nciieull ' sides of Port Time. The booklet covers enrrcnc-y ilYf'llillli.fl' rul'es,siglils ol' intc'1'CSt, night clubs and eabarets, and ll listing ull whui lo lniv in lhii iinlivifllllll lwlls' Practically every seaborclering country in the worlcl is 4-own-cl. li2lSl, but Hill least,R.I.S. ' e publishes an Adf 92 lrcss Book us u servic-i- lor fll'1l1lllJlillN. 46:53 1:9 1 5,1 ASSISTANT CHIEF James Smith BUSINESS MANAGER Thomas Hudson :QAM 'gfXJL 'yfxfx.f'sf'.fx.fxfx.f Front Row: E. Agron, W. Tracey, P. Enckson, K. Smlth. Back Row: J. Novak, F. Schnexder, M. Shepherd, L. Sommer, H. Delaney, M. Bishop. 93 X,X,fx.1x,'X!'- -'fin f ' XfxfxfXf NJC!-x.fxfN.f , ' .f .fafxf-Cf HNTERNATHONAL RELATIONS CCCDUNC L James Weinheimer, Vice Presidentg Dave Bruderly, President. Although the title of this activity may sound formidable, it has as its purpose the promotion of an interest in the Held of international relations. The Council is popular with upperclassmen primarily. Perhaps it is the awareness of the world that is gained during sea year which 21CfS as a catalyst in doing this. It is therefore, the ultimate aim of the Council to further develop and enrich this awareness by means of personal con- tacts with prominent people in the diplomatic corps of our government as well as with our contemporaries at other schools. To do this, the l.R.C. has held conferences here at school as well as attending con- ferences at such institutions as West Point, Annapolis, Georgetown, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania, Colgate, Brown, and many others. J V j Debating a point. At a conference in New York Getting an answer to world problems, fxfx.. fx.xx.fyfX., fx.fXxx.fx.,fx,fx, fx.. fx.1N.df'X.fxxyf V x.fx.xxfx,fx.. fx.fx, fx,fxJx., ffxfxfxf ,fxfxf 1x.ffx.fx,Q.,fxfx,fxx xxx! gfxw,fX,fx.fxf Ny' X.fx.fx.!x .f'x.f' xxxxx.f'yfx,N.xx.fN.xx.fx ,'K,f'N,'x.fx.fx.fX.,fyfx.fxfxfxfxxx.f'X., 'x.fx., N.f'xxN.fx .1 'x.fN.fN., fx.fN.fxxx., xfxfxyxfxxx M xfx.ff'N,fxfyf'xfxfx.fx.fx.f 'x.fxJ'x.xxfX.fx.f xfxf 'x.fxfx.fx.xx.fx.fx Jx.fxJxJxJx,'x.xx.f'xfxJx,'x,'xJxJN.fxJN,'x,'x,N.N.fxJxJx.xX.f'x 95 DEBATE TEAM President James Weinheimer -f--fn fr if-. f ft .fyfr ,.,e X ,K ff, ,if Although they don't receive Varsity awards for their efforts, the Kings Point Debate Council can stand proud among our best. Our athletes of the debate table compiled a very admirable record during this past aca- demic year. Under the leadership of their advisor Lcdr A. A. Norton and lfc james Weinheimer, council president, they met the challenge of speakers from such notable schools as Air Force, Navy, American University, Boston University, Tulane University. In addition the Council hosted the Golden Gavel Debate Tournament for Service Academics this spring in which they placed. ,Vvvvv f.M,,,tN L ,vvvvv l favor: that t Hall a mic was c T at nat is an Sditiol Inter-K IS ,, . B 5'ff"'Ef-' ll. l'frulwrlv, AI. X'V0llllll'llllCl', T, Mayes, R- 5ff"'fI"lf'li U, Spolls. IU. Mc-Corley. aker. 'NJN-lN.fxr 'NfX.fN.!g!f -'N-fx.fx,fg,f LEE C UB The Clee Club, headed ably by lfc Charles Watson, has had a very favorable past. Back in 1943 it came into being in a rather unique Way. At that time there were frequent band concerts held on the West side of Wiley Hall. It was not unusual for cadets to join in and supply the lyrics. In time a microphone was added and one thing led to another and the Glee Club was created and made its appearance in MIDSHIPS in the 1944 edition. This year alone, the club has performed before more than 10,000 people at national and local conventions as Well as at joint concerts. In the works is an album series similar to the Yale C-lee Club series. A big first for this edition of the Clee Club is competition against Ivy League schools for the Inter-Collegiate Trophy for Clee Clubs. A The Seafarers. CLUB OFFICERS D. Kinsey, Business Manager, C Watson, President, R. Fittante Librarian. 97 Young in comparison to other activities here at school, the Arts and World Affairs committee was set up originally to pfgvjde a cultural background for the regiment, this being in conjunction With accreditation as a degree granting institution. The committee, under the direction of lfc George Cassa, has lived up to its name. The theme this year was international in taste with the Mexican dancers, the Clancy Brothers, and lens Bjerreis Red China lec- ture. This provided midshipmen with a Well rounded program to enrich their cul- tural background as well as some very entertaining evenings in Bowditch Audi- torium. ARTS AND WURLD AFFAIRS M M JENS BJERRE'S "RED CHINA" is "lm 'fin N M Inc Ma NNI- 'WW axndi 6 THE CLANCY BROTHERS Q,j ' f S FN L ,1.,.... 5, ,jqff .Eli --, , -X -N -. U l IXR1 g NAINX AND xAJov , N X , 'X.fx.fN.f'x.f'xf'xfx 'x.xx.fx.fxf'x.fxJxJx.fx. TOMMY MAKEM IRISH POWER THE NORMAN LUBOFF CHOIR FWTTFT'fiM IFECTT ,,-.4,4. JOHN BROWNING .--ig iii ' ',a Q ggi Z zz? i QQ. - ay 5 322 'tit 2 iii Q 43-4 293 Li: C 9- fQ 0 e v 1 t' 'l'7'9 ' ' xymxqvntglgj nysyupunl ilifil' 12"-'Zi f This academic year saw the ap- pearance of a new organization Within the gates of Kings Point. Under 1' the leadership of chairman lfc--R. I. Hunter Harris, the group has gained recognition as Well as being instru- mental in adding several 'new elec- tives to the academic curriculum. Its purpose is to serve as an intellectual focal point for midshipmen interested in the science, engineering, or tech- nology of the marine environment, and to introduce those midshipmen to all phases of ocean science. Our chapter of M.T.S. is the second stu- dent chapter to be chartered by the international organization, the first being the Naval Academyr T The implementation of a three point program is the goal of M.T.S. These points include: procurement of vessel, labs, and equipment necessary to make a full ocean science curricu- lum possible at Kings Pointg coop- erate with the sea year program by offering an introduction in the use of oceanographic instrumentation for use in the "ships of opportunity" program. 100 1- li 's.1N.1N-.1-.1'- c-".1'-.1x1'A .1-1' 1 - X fX.1N1"s.1x1x.1m.1X.1s.1-.1' .11,1., , . x1x1x1x1-.1s.1 x.11.1x1's-1 J., J- J F x.1x., x.1x.1x 1- A - , - v '.1x.1x.1x.1 ,N-1 X1x1x1x.1 l CHAIRMAN R. Eric Svendson This group provides membership in a professional society to the Midship- men at Kings Point. Student members attend meetings of the metropolitan section together with faculty members of the Dept. of Engineering and Dept. of Nautical Science. Several of the papers presented by the members of the Society include the Design of a Lashing System for Container Vessels, Design Consideration for Boiler Forced Draft F ans, Contrarotating Propellers and their Associated Shaft- ing, and Ship Automation. The Society had one field trip this year to the U.S.C.C. Station on Covernoris Island, N.Y. Here they toured the USCG Cutter Dallas and ate dinner in the Officers, Mess. Several First Classmen who are members of the society represented the Academy. It was one trip that will not easily be forgotten. fp H-1 1. 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C litkaq kiiiivx I1 I - l,, iq--- ly X 915. .3 11,1 1 1 X. . -J1 x.1x1x1x1x1x., C1x.1.1x1x1.1.1.1y1.1.1x1x.1 11 NJX-f .1x1N.1.1xf.1N1-.f.1x.1-.1's.fs Nfxfx-fNfNfN-f 111111 1X1-1111. ifL!AgZYZDN.fsfsfsf'f-fx.Z'x +fLZxXx!ifx.fN-f1'ifX Qfif .,fX,.f'X.ZyZLfXgZ'Sf'X.fLfkx.!DxZgfX?X.ZN .1'x1'.1x1-.1-x.1..1x1'yf.1x.1S.1-.fa 'xf.1x1X.f.1'yf-.1x1x1.1'.1g1- 101 1 l l l l n DIRECTOR Keith DuBois ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Peter Borysevicz ' iaEGrMENTi-it ienoi-an ci-isrr UNIT The primary function of the Unit is to provide music with all meals in Delano Hall. However, they also pro- vide other services Which are not so obvious. They are also at every im- portant regimental function provid- ing the electronic equipment to re- cord speeches by dignitaries that may speak. They also provide a Workshop for maintenance and repair as Well as offering advice for interested mid- shipmen on how to get the most for their money when buying audio gear. The Unit's history can be traced back to 1947 when it was requested that some speeches be recorded dur- ing the year. From there they have progressed to their present state pro- viding the regiment with the above mentioned services. Among their proj- ects and accomplishments this year can be included complete remodeling and expanding of their facilities in Delano Hall as Well as receiving a commendation for services from the Superintendent. V I ,ss ax S. Wils. -WA ,-ff", S. Wilson, K. DuBois, H. Stine, j. Van Langen, T. Williams. p-vs, ,f-" WV' igqlf' 'Of' qpf ASSISTANT TECHNICIANS G. Carlson, S. Wilson, H. Stine ,fyfN.fN-f,!'-fi! .fxyxfsfxf Riff mu su? WAS CHIEF TECHNICIAN Iohn Vilgos 103 Liga fl 11 ll l H il MA! M1 .Ayr R l HA-fxfxfxf f-,fxfwf ,f-.fr J-.J -, ' f J' nf J .141 .f,f-,f if-.M,X,X',N, vxfxfx Jxjxfcfxcf-sfryr JL if -J -J' .1 cf J J .f-nf cf-Xf,.fs,f,,N,R, xfxfxfxfx RADHU CLUB J axfv Xj'g!X.ZXXR,XX.XX.XLf'x.Z The Radio Club this year is under the direction of lfc Richard Snyder. The club has been active for many years and its history can be traced back to the f th A de Its ur ose is to provide a knowledge of theory in early years o e ca my. p p electronic equipment and to apply the theory in practical operation. w ,V fx!- zxf. fxf. IX!- fxfm xN.fN- fxf. fx! xx! - xxx AJ' 1x.f' xxx' R. S d - ' . - . ny er, President, R. Dmapoll, C. Hyllcstad, R. Druves. 'NA 'N-x V- il T. Telesca, A. Goddard, M. Krawes, A. Ienkin, T, Lopez, S, Britton M. Yeamans. Kneeling: E. Svendson. i llNTll':ff 'S ' U f-N,fx.xN.1N.f AUTUMUBH The Auto Interest Club at the Academy performed its objec- tives of maintaining and repairing the Bentley under the leader- ship of Mark Yeamans and Eric Svendson. A lot of Work was done on the Bentley this year, both by members of the club and an outside repair shop. We feel the Work done was beneicial because it gave us a good foundation for future Work in which our own efforts could be easily realized instead of performing repairs on top of repairs. The club received cooperation from the Steam and Diesel laboratory personnel during the year. With their help, our ses- sions of maintenance and repair were made much easier. With advice from Lt. George Kingsley-USMS, Officer-Advisor, a great deal of technical information was passed around which served to educate the members of the club more thoroughly. Several club members attended meetings of the Metropolitan section of the Society of Automotive Engineers. Here was an opportunity to hear leaders of the industry discuss various topics in automotive engineering. Many publications of the Society of Automotive Engineers were studied with emphasis placed on relating discussions in these papers with subjects which are part of the Engineering Midshipmen's curriculum. ..f..,xq ni I my www,-swnvwllf R, Pool, B. Thompson, D. Quinn, D. Uhlenkott, A. Marbois. 4-wh A Under the direction of Mr. Michael Cibas, Catholic organist, the choir provides a background of devotional music for Sunday Catholic Masses. In addition they act as congregational leaders in soliciting the congregation's support. lf c Bruce Thompson is president of the choir and reported that the group has endeavored to increase congressional participation in masses by use of a Cantor-leader when possible. In addition, the choir has sponsored several folk masses during the year with more scheduled in the future. D. Fogarty, S. Auth, Chaplain Cendron, H. Cotimer, W. Orlaskey. X X-,L xfyfxxx!NfN X-AA' - xfxf xfxyxfxfxfe STELLA MARKS GUH D C -,XVVWAI The Stella Marist Guild has as its sole function the job of helping the Catholic chaplain with Sunday morning masses in the chapel. The group is composed of Catholic midshipmen who used to serve Q as altarboys in their early years. Chaplain Cendron 'W-mf-f' 'Sinus "xa- t R : T. 'VI G .tl, A. Marbois, D. Quinn, D. Uhlenkott, D. Fogarty, Henderson, lI?O1glool,OSLfj Ai1tl1.lB?1cl?Hhiu: VV. Grlaskey, H. Cotimer, Chaplain Cendron, Lt. Cygl Mahnoski, R. Snyder, B. Thompson. NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club is a society of culture and fellowship which seeks to provide an environment of Catholi- cism for midshipmen of the Catholic faith. The purpose of the club is to supply the religious guidance, assist- ance, and information vital to the Catholic student's education. Chap- lain Cendron and Lt. Malonowski provide the leadership which helps to facilitate these goals and to guide the growth of the midshipman's re- ligious ideas toward the development of a mature philosophy toward life. xfxfxxxfxfx NJxAJXfQ X ' W ADVISOR Lt. fjgl Mulino T X'N"Nfv, X'N-fvvv X'NfvX,.x X. ' Yfx-fvvv. xwmd i" NNJVXA, Front Row: T. Mohler, I. McBride, P. Scheinert, R. Rhode, I. Kinsey, I. Jones. Back Row: R. Martens, R. Swanson, F. Crammer, I. Whitley, I. Moore. xfxJx, w NJN., 'x.fxfx.xX.fxf'x.f 'xfxfx.fx.xx.fxfN.f x.f'x.f Nfx.fx.f 'x., x.fx.f'xxx.fx.f'gf,fx.fXfxxx.fN.f'x.fN.fx.fX.fx.fx.fx.fx.xx.f PRUTN 'STNANT CHOIR x.,X-,X,X,X-,xfN,fx,, xf QQxfoo xJQNJuxJmxJsQo The Protestant Choir, under the direction of john A. Smihal, Ir. provides choral accompanient during Protestant services on Sunday mornings in the Chapel. This thirty member group also takes part in charity concerts outside school. They have vocalized at such places as: The Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, St. Albans Naval Hospital, the Church of St. Andrew 81 St. Iames in Lake Success. Xfxfxyxfxf QHRHSTHAN CUUNCII T. Mohler, I. Whitley, Chaplain Kingsley, I. McBride, I. Moore. The Christian Council is a small non- denominational group, without a struc- tured program, which meets weekly with its sole purpose to help each other through Christian understanding and sharing. Its members are discovering for themselves a new understanding of God, and a new experiencing of "belonging" and "caring," Sl 1 'JJ '. " J-AAAA.lvvvvxAf..'.. ' 'i V-JAAAANXANVJ' ' fv'-AANMAAAN-.-- Chaplain KingSl0Y PORT S PUBLHCHTY Midshipmen often wonder how information concerning our athletes at Kings Point ever makes the metropolitan newspaper. The full credit for this very vital service to our athletes as well as our school goes to the Sports Publicity Staff. Twenty midshipmen, under the tutelage of Lt. Dom DeFilippi, make up the staff which includes writers, statisticians, and a superior photo staff. This year's staff is probably the busi- est in many years due to the Hne records of our teams. When questioned, lfc Tim Mohler the midshipman in charge of the staff, stated that the staff has been extremely busy this year due to this outstanding team performance but it was some of the most rewarding work that he has ever had to do. MART HAL ART S AS S U C llAT HUN xf'x.fx,fN.J xfX.f x. x.fx! -Q 'S-Li T55 l Q-x,Jx, swf-r,,'x,, .,. ,f ,, , . Y . ,, . A-fs,,-X,---4-s..,f . ...Y , . Y Y , , W R" -4' -f -J-fax.,-X, J KJ-fkJkvfw!XfN-XL-fxfxfxfx-fxfvX,Vv' ,rf ,,JJ ,JJJQ 0n Wednesday afternoons through- out this year, you could often hear the sounds of hands smashing violently against canvas covered wooden blocks or the slap of human flesh hitting upon mats in O'Hara Hall. If you were not familiar with the routine of the day you might wonder if somebody was being manhandled by his friends. However, these sounds were those of the Martial Arts Association at work. Under the leadership of lfc john Chen, this yearls group were in the process of learning the finer points of judo, karate, and ju-jitsu. Formed two years ago, its purpose was instruction in the art of self defense, teaching the basics to those interested. Today, there are approximately twenty members who are engaged in this old and honorable art. V 5 5 x Ah X X gf! W n ,mf-fuk WM ,Eg - 3 I ,Off I f1w.M,X..f, .1 f Z1 ' , - X . X ga 5 W W1-www, KMZ, , Q, X' Q' 5,3-4 7 5 ' 2- , ' 4 V , W 5 WW - an -8, Afff xW ,500 ff if f ifyi f ff Q if f wf N1 xxx., Nxyfxfxfxd x.f xixrx., xfN.fxf yf'x.fx.fx. x xfxxyfg- xxx, xxxxx., I 1 f, fs I -., 5 MARLHNSPHKE CLUB To promote an interest in rope handicraft among rnidshiprnen is the objective of the Marlinspike Club. Under the watchful eye of advisor Bos,n Cooney, 1!C Bruce van der Linde and his club have made rnuch progress in developing the fine points of their old and honorable hobby. 'A , Wa I , A ? f 006 3' if Q X f v ,X Ls 2 N259 K Y 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 1 1 T' 1 "Our Moral SuppO'rt" Always with the Reglment DAWROB . VHCTURY , 11 1 1 1 - 1 , 1 A. '1 A, I ZN- A-1 -'N.I A-2 fx- 4- K Q 'N X A1 K A . . A Q11 A A A 1: ,w+-M-' -f ,Q Q .X X V I .l 'is 1 wr-...li 1 l 'sf W 1 A 1 l 1 X X 6 fx Ak i.. ' X JS X Six ,. gem! S i fl .. X X 1-X1 t X 1 I . .. 1 , Q' A 2 1 K1 . , A N Q ,,5:A.wv, 1 f A v i J S .1 lgj. ' - A S X 51 f X 5' X K. X wwix-Qsjji, .H M ig, ., . f 1 X L 5:5gW,,gtj5x.,,9 .. 1 1 .. N 1 X AR 512 ,ff f:'3N4irf:f-'R 1 ' X R iffFAN!-gfix XL ' V Q 'Q -X 1 . f frfff-1 .' 5 xx li ' 4 fit? j "xx S: Q l A N gil 1 1 A Eg? -+13 1 1 fglggxggw 1124-F g 'El j. fgvv-Q X-V531 I? -Q. X rf X l l X x NX .X-X, , M. .QM --' :gal - -if Q X X sfuxywtr Ts l - -fiiiq X li 'N- .Q . x 1 9 lx , X wyw K lk . .X:.4,f.1.kg,y..Q .W-..1v .1 , , 11 1 1 Q ,Iggv 11 A X f -1 - 'm f v . - A -..V . M . .. K Ab . 11 Having a ball by himself. 11 116 "+s.f5,, s ad, At basketball games Wlth us at the noon meal. ,AP SPIRIT UF 69 Iv At football games. Patientlywaiting for us. F, V. 3 Lf- , " X 9 ' 1, , g, ,. 1 1 1 , 13-1 ' ' 1 X , -, 43,1 1 1 1 1 ff 1 A ' 1 1 E fb' ' ' f -1 , ' " ' 5 " 'WN' if ' V' -1--A v , XX " 1. 1 if f 14 V 1 1' J A, 5- gk 213, ' 1 , ,HMV KJV. Z . .1-.J in 3: ,. 1 Hay! mm 12, QA iv V , 5,7 I 1 V , , I,--ff:-.fx xxx I 4:-, 1 1 1 ,A .. ,, V , gg . , 1 11 1 , . lxfwl A X 1 1 K x 'FZ " 3 i fx 1 ' 1 T' f1?5"' k 1 nf, f, 1 5 1 ,, 1 F29 f1 f'1. 11 V , "'1",g1 X X ' 15:71 1 , Q 1 A ' , -,:',,,"'. 1 I -vxa f- 1 1 11 I 11 -1 . .1 I ., E A 1111 ' ' ' EX, 5 f 1 f , ' I 1 N ' . 1 N . ,N ,vs A f. ' V- , : KEY'-f """'Ymh ' 1 ' ' ' I' If V 1 X 1 ? 1 I 1 A . , H X ' , -Mm V . s ' .J 1 , . 1 NAXM 1 ' b K . ,, 0 "X " K' .,x' X ' xx .W K f 1 1 X J , 1. ' f X 1 11 1 Q 1 1 1 . - X-x' W I vw: ZQLTQJI-. 1 X I 1 ' 1 1 f M J L 1 1' 1 K 'fi 4 1 1 '1 X i 1 X ' k X - 1 X k ' x AM' k . ef- 1 K' 1x-. 1 1 ' Y X Y I Y 1" Q ' ' 1,2 1 X-k ---' - ff f ,Jw 1 gf.i 1 1 I". ' Nw LA W -,N 2 . 1!' in 1I' 1 A X 1 1 1 5 P .Q 1 1 1 11 11 1 '1 Qi 11 1 11 2 1 V 1 1 Dedicated to the Spirit of the Regiment of Midshipmen WW my MM 11 if X WN bw 12 ,M I ' F i i I H E I CO CAPTAIN S MW N . . C A 4 ' , as " H I '16 id - 4. ., ' ' Tim Cober , .. L E..:..F Frank Nespoh Q Z ,,,, as ,gif , , -,- , itz: xy 7, , f 4 fl ' 'fi i fzifj ' . "N, L " ,gf , X is my '. ' fi '- X -'ag . , i i , Y MN? VI! Y, 1, A i JL- i K. 22 - AWARDING OF THE HANLY-NAEGELE MEMORIAL TROPHY Bob Lavinia, the outstandirw player of tl - 1 - ' - - Memorial Trophy. G XC wmecommg game, recewmg the H3n1Y'Naege16 i-ww I Arxr. l'l1'0Ll Dickmgm , f Q 1 Charlie and Ken make a wish. Ken Grinage A leisure stroll to the sidelines. Charlie Huntzinger N-ANN Moe Keating Bob Kyosaki W1 I E 'vp HY, ,-,,, W, yf-, f--M f--fw 'ff' ' 'W' ' W 2, , 'Ny' .4 V' " awziiwf 'f , ,4 if Q53 45" Paul Levesque Charlie Milfelt Tom MCCOrm ICL l p you Tom M nom ' Vx Marty Weber Frank Zabrocky YOU WERE NUMBER ONE T GUS 127 ,-v-.,.?-f X V x 1 s X n! 4' W"y!'1. -IU' 'U' Xtyw' , 1 K 1,1 Q 6.2. x xn,,'!zcr.4 fkmxfaksqx . I ,WF fx . A SAA., 34 . L: N Jil, ' V. -x N L---1.3.-. L3 .A -- W x i'1'1I.3'0'L , "lily K .Va ,vi , K , . I 1 - 1.21, if "ig-1'4,'.. kv" 1 . r' ' ff ' ab ff- 5 .'l'i nv 1 if ' ' 'fix' .3 .Ip XY.,- ,. Q -V , . . A , , -x x ,, di- - a , ,Q ... r J' .n 'N',...,Q'Q..1 ENN 4 n .sy 4 F agxs 1, 1 Hi. 1 3' 1 a. ff ' 4 ui." f QAM. t I lf' ?!1 lv 5 v F' 50 Q v 1 ' .gf 'A Q' Q na wks" '4 Alina? M I Mg ,Y ' , -ng A wa Mn.: MILE MILE 2 3 4 5 CROSS CQODUN ILE MILE MILE MILE M 5 7 8 TRY 5-uw CROSS COUNTRY 1969 K.P. 36 FDU . 44 NYU . 21 CCNY . 19 Montclair . 19 Glassboro . 45 Seton Hall . . 85 Cent. Conn. 37 C.W. Post . 78 FDU . . . 78 St. johxfs , 19 Queens . . 18 Stony Brook , , 44 S. Conn ...., 3rd Place CTC'S OPP 16 17 38 83 .40 .15 . 20 . 22 . 32 . 23 . 43 . 45 . 16 I . Mn.: MILE. Front Row: S. johnson, P. Sheehy, T. Roberts, M. Kile. Second Row: R. Rich, A. Keller, R. Longerich. Back Row: H. Cotimer, Lcdr. Omeltchenko, S. Chappelle, G. Bruschi. Captain Randy Long erich 3:2 ki H- ZW Hard work on the track. MIL! MILE ll I4 MILE 15 u MILE is .jMiLE U -MILE MILE I9 u MILE zo f Mu.: fa? In the Kings Point Park jungles. uw Uwch During the cold autumn. Manu uma.: f-A-tk If f 1 . x M BASE TieDALLf rl ff f , L J ,Q BASKETBALL 68 69 Stony Brook . Coast Guard . Wagner . . . Delaware Valley Drexel . . Sacred Heart . Hofstra . . Boston U. . Union . . Cathedral . Queens . S. Conn. . Babson . Pace . . Adelphi . . Trinity lConn.j Stevens Ins. Lehman . . C.W. Post . Kings CBM . Brooklyn Col. Pratt . . . Yeshiva . I Al ' ' f , My , f f ' 121, yf, wr 4 iw, Z3 X , ff f Q ,mwgh fnf-4 'f ,fefw!U. il wa?" f v iffy, We f ,Y W, W Bones from the court. ,xwgw sw .im K Q OW Q, was ' x -..-4 Q, X Star of the Post game puts two in agamst Boston. 'X-X xv, 6,52 iq l 1,43 134 ,FXR-1 Ys .Q 1t's all in the wrist. I i I Moving on by, In the stretch j I ffqykf 1 l l y WRESTLJIN 'Y 12, ' In iw ml ' .AN , 'K , Z ,' , 1, I f V fi: 1 ,, , 1 'ff' wif W L D Davey R Cavalieri T Minicucci Back Row F tR :D.Fl1,R.Ona, -01'1g,- ,- ,- - , I.mS7lehnciwA. Fickll .Sf Chelldcdk, R. Rodgers, T. Lush, I. Barclay, G. Rahner, R. Richards W, Costello. WRESTLING OPP. Adelphi . . 0 Hofstra . . 29 Wagner . . . 3 Gettysburg . . . 14 Union . . . 14 Seton Hall . . . . 11 Cent. Conn. . . . 22 NY-SMC . . . . 25 FDU . . . . 11 CW Post ........ 27 Srd Place Coast Guard Invitational Dec. 8, 1967 S. Chelluck Captain Stan Chelluck X W x x X N wqgxif Q X S X, QQ X .Mx ski X Agagb ik X ,fx ix X M wad X X Q NN X X X NQSS3'Sj,iS' x"X X KX X0 ff 'E Y Mx! FX fx is ' . .,., - 3, I, ,,, V i K - f' f ' f gr 5 x ,, ff . ,g, p'gfQzQy' ,fjfyj 'L , , , 9 .gi fffm ,W ,fm ,f,ZXf.-wifi!-fun 4 f- -f 5 f- ,f 4 X f 10'-Lf Wff, X f .sf ,X ,ff ,Sf f.-f,,,, ,. f 4-ff, 41.14, ,. wmwffffx,-f. , 4 y.7ig,,- , Y ,gywf , V, ' MW! SWIMMING 1969 XV!5TW4V,lf-xX,Vfg.y f,RNJ,.S7X-5,12-XIX-gf SWIMMING OPP. Seton Hall 34 S. Conn. . 55 Stony Brook 28 Cent. Conn. 71 Monmouth 60 Manhattan 34 St. Iohn's 63 Babson . . 32 NYU . . 34 RPI . . 51 Union . . 53 St. Bonaventure . . 47 . 36 NYSMC The closest thing to flying. Q . E X W"'l"1Qrfw-:Q-Q-.v..S,....,.,., 5 i A 1"'d?f"+q......,i, A 3 5 v l l I l l l 1 l l l l l l 1 l l V l Q-ZAXN-,fxg-lx,-j1g!'ly,,l X X. X X xx f X f, 1' XXX Xxx ff XX X X i Dave off the line. 1 I l 1 I l l l 1 l l Q Y fi --4 . 'lr Don gots dizzy -15 W D Y C tl, P. Manoa M bculllo look on hopefully, ws. Wood, ll. PQI t '. wlycr' JL Rqck' j. uinker, I. Hardy, arld Meko The fast way around. Xxx ,f XX ,X x X lo wwf. . l r , Peltz moves up. L. Stephy, D. Smith, R. Peltz, Coach Mandel, P Memos, M. Scuillo, P. Fontana, E. Meko. Wd GYMNASTHCS yy! me 1. Telesca, W. Tomasovic, I Peake, P. Kristiansen, R. Eme ry, W. Kirschner, R. .Winslow, L. Delconte, K. Clavm. 140 ffy 1 N f f ff ,f K X N gl Q K X fy J xg NN! xv! Y 1 w w t 1 ..-,, L O an 'U FY' 9 ... I3 3 74 .-. F1 ill o CT' 'D' ca P1 5 X X ws ex f x E FX' A . ' X Qizw , Q ww x K X BAS EBAHAHA Front Row: P. Montoro, J. Clark, C. Wassel, G. Rahner, L. Robertson, B. Cannon, B. Franklin, L. Danner. Second Row: Coach Polian, S. Lofberg, R. Bader, C. Zeller, I. Rodriguez, H. Howie, I. Sullivan, B. McCullough. Back Row: I. Dimaggio, R. Larson. Fai in Wi his in U5 hh 551 U , is H H. H.. W-. F' W Q. 4 l jar Ei wg A e xx v xg Q , "' dis J XX . + , Ar N M ,f' tY'0Hs 1 ' M 1 V ,A i 1-1 A X - 'Wag A: X F 4, Lo ,L, on ' M A f'Gt"'5t'llfX .' w -N . 'L . 1 1 ew 1,gf,ig Jf'!s. A 1 fffm U 4, Mm.. . .UL-L X 1 ""0 P' ah Rtnhner, L, Vvvul Row: 4-wlrifluez, H. BASEBALL 1969 I Dimnggio, KIPI OPP, 9 A 0 Fordham . . 3 9' 9 Wagner . . . 8 J 1 Adelphi . . 4 7 Brooklyn . . 10 12 Stevens . . . 3 4 C.W. Post . . 8 9 Stony Brook . . 4 1 Paterson State . . 8 2 NYU .... . . 25 6 Queens . - 3 12 NYSMC . 9 4 Iona . . . 2 3 Lehmann . . 10 Hofstra . . . 1 Cent. Conn. . . 9 Pratt . . .1 - 1 Union . . XX? E AX. V X X X Xx -X :xii x.f XXXQ .X s ,X X 'X X XX, -S55 1 +5 sf, Q? 'N 1 J 'f 'X XF, gx KXX XXXXFN X +5654 wh3.S,AXgS?SY:L Y . X , Q I NSI X . N .,:N,,.Xl, . 'AXX si,-'x , 5 112 -s X 'fs XLX XQS X fm' rg. ' ' 1 . 7' ' X ff-L?5'2fi if M 9 -V A-M "" if ' iff 5 ' ' X. f i- 'A S'fw,-'r"'5:5'h?S- fr-9' 15 ' ' X V K Q 'P 1' X ,XJ j mmxx ' If - . N1 A x A ' ,P - 1 Sf? w g X24 QEQQQLXLXXX iXXvseX1+ A X5 f xx ,Q L - - Jgxufa Q 135- " 3 x ... .X :fn Yi xxx X 5, 'f , X X XX X X. , , . .X v,.x Q N H . . 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Manhattan . Fordham . Brooklyn Poly CCNY . . Stony Brook FDU . . . Stevens . Iona . Pratt . LIU . . . St. Francis . S 1969 OPP. . 0 . 1 BQ . 1 . 3 . 1 , . 6 , . 2 . 4 . . 4 . 5 . 6 . 216 . 1 . 5 . 1 Oh are you going to get it!! 5' Lcdr. F. W. Poos, Coachg D. Murray, B. Butter, P. Park, B. Dennis, S. Shedarowich, M. Thrower, P. Van Der Linde, P. Barnhart, S. Day, Lcdr. F. X. Schuler, Coachj NNIIS ,M f "st Hard slash from Van 147 Q S 1 2 1 M zei Front Row R Pitts P Clancy P Sheehy T Roberts, K. Mc- Kneeling: R. Davis, I. az . : . , . , . , . Parland, B. Cornwall, S. Buckland. Second Row: D. Alberi, I. Casey, D. Kelly, M. Irvin, R. C-agey, S. Chappelle, Third Row: A. Keller, M. Pinto, B. VanBelle, VV. Larson, E. Porter, ' ' . T I kson. Back Row: I. Cameron. Fourth Row: D. Tierney, I. Stehn, P. Reid, W Dwyer, . ac R. Rich, L. Gordon, A. Bruschi, D. Quinn, K. Crinage, D. Whitmarsh. ZZ,- Z,- f"iZ'?Z'?Z?Z-SZTz"T,f"'65, V Y fs X P P X , if Q QTRACK AND ierieicw. . , l ll T , P a X affxi X lf gy f . 5 Bw . -' . V , Q l . . 3 'mg Q OUTDOOR TRACK 1969 63 FDU . 63 CCNY. . . ll 120 Stony Brook . 105 Hofstra ..... Penn Relays-4th Place si ll Captain joe Mazzi 1 F l sl OPP 70 48 19 45 The Suprer ne effort. i Record in the making. r wiv M The last two feet of a punishing 50 mile walking race. Bill Hohenstreet, a consistent winner in major competition, here takes first in the International Invitational in New Jersey. 149 , il 5 , , , ,I .,, x V .f , ,' , W W by , . ,, '54, ., , -, W WQ M " W AM A i .Q -.1 ,. A X h ' ' 1 . "f 4 MM b f H , UQ I 5 f , f 1 , In , I , ,I ,NY f .Y ,W M Z , wwf sv .V ,ig Aw " ' MJ V ,f,,7, ,LVV W , X ,, V, ,W , gm. 5,5 .Q f, fw,.,, , .. N, V, ,ww w pw, WM is - Q ,M W ' ,,,, , ,,,f2lb. ,W 5 , fx, f' 2 , ff V W'-I 'af ,, 2, '- M- f- ff M. 4: . N A . ,, ,, f K gm,-, V, N. 1' ,, i,,.,,, ' ,.,, , , . f , ,WU ,, , ip jig ckkkk All W f f X V , J ff A f X X i , , , 4 A i, K 2,3 X !.VV X K ,, 1 . Q , K 1 X f, ff ,A K I f 7 , W f s , Q X ,fm '12 W.. 4 A 1' , , . A X . J , ref.: ,K 'f A wnumlm? X L - A K - 7' f,,f.x -X mx 'fix wx . "x L Q A ,. : Lsvms if MM! - W' V if Q 11 mm- ' 'L WT. Q. h ' 1l'1Y,.UAlll page -K 'W """' -UQ!! 7 U 357' if 'Q I fu I C' FY j , If .1 Citi! ,W ...Wa , K ff' ' wr 5' if h if x Xvk ,nk X ia l Front Row: J. Cameron, R. Huinker, T. Borzell T Harper, P. Young. Back Row: S. Fitzwater, M. Vmcel T. Sinkus, P. Heuser, R. Siefert. I! X, J ,X J J J vu", XJ f ' . , , sa-MIM f rw W X3 'ZH 'Q NYJ fi 32' K.P. 8 5 1 5112 3 f-X., fffx I,--R ,f-xx I, , r 1 x 1 P .Xvf xx-X KXYJ, KX-J C.W. Post . , Queens Brooklyn NYU Hofstra L.I. Inte r Champs 5th out of 9 LLC, OPP. 10 13 5 SW 6 USMMA PLACE lst lst lst, 2nd, 3rd 2nd Annual Nautlcal Academy Pullmg Boat Race lst 2nd lst """'Unv-w -Q. iw x .NV MWF ,m.,r an-,Q fiuf-ff' " --....."? Y' - N - N., ez. rbi., 1. gs- :- ,.. , h r W v....N..-1' ""iY - . b ' N-. .-4 u Number One Boat Number Two Boat Number Three Boat FX X b 9535 xx M K. Xbxf xx x jk Uj'k, 1 1' MM km- ,f K. 1 Q J! NX HNTERNATTUNAL WHALEBUAT RACES 1969, the USMMA ROWING TEAM represented On june 13, 14 and 15, the United States in the International Whaleboat Races at Sag Hafbof- BY nd and Denmark on consecutrve days, oint team walked away with the Golden Harpoon given to the HfSt defeating the teams from Norway, Finla the Kings P place team. This was a fitting end to a great SGHSOH- 4' , D. Tahaney, F. Morse, P. Resop, F. Warren, Coxwain G. Padgett, I. Martucci, Rear Admiral McLintock, Academy Superintendent, I. Napier, F. Murphy, I. McDonald, P. Delaquil. OUR HARD WORKING TEAM Blumenstock, Boyer, Cattell, Iackson, Iaro, Mac Donald, Morse, Napier, Padgett, Rupp, Tompkins, Walters, Weber, Whitty, Anderson, Delaquil, Delaney, Kiyosaki, Lekse, Levine, Martucci, Mazza, Murphy, Resop, Tahaney, Van Langen, Warren, Weigert, Alexander, Beckman, Cober, Cranmer, Iednazewski, Shelton. lg-Qw,fN-:..., SAHLHNG ,-'Y'-, ," V 'Ly' , ' -4 ' L 1 1 Y .., -,,,., L., , X Capt. C. A. Prosser, Sailing Master and adv1sor Pete Gaul, Salhng Commodore Front Row: M. Olsen, R. Woehlche, C. Barthrope, M. Choate, K. Ivey, C. Brauns, R. Swan son, C. Snake. Second Row: P. Bjorneby, S. Scalzo, M. Carlson, I. Adamson, C. Gilbert, S Travers, M. Donahue, I. White, D. McMahon, I. Redinger. Third Row: M. Cattney, D. Bell M. H kins, T. Dabney, P. Van Der Linde, C. Simmons, D. Downs, R. Nilsen. Back Row OP M. Krawez, D. Lindeman, T. Mayes, B. George, M. Prose. . .M Preparing for a day of practice. 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S .i 5 ir Y etfp Dualies on big Held trip. N iw T v..- -O 1. . , ', ,I W J N , ME 1 g,y,,...wx .1 k bi Eric taking a break from one of those Wonderful bus rides. Attendance compulsory . . . good times had by all. K ffftlr? 'gap' A Jive Turkey A little tree to brighten the drab surroundings at Christmas. and Dayvfob, Q.. ,Q 1, .'-me ,gf - A 4 1, .,. QA?- 952 . 1 "M With feeling in support of our boys. , l . Wiknwz I ifpnggu ,B mmm -hd' ' ' ' 'L- T' ,, te nd 'Q Q i s vw" 1 i' .1 Cunteeuzi with n dirty old man, who thinks he can handle more than one. A thing of the past-the good times of Atlantic City. , Blom Spirit, is now in the order of the day. Hofstra's V 1 4 They got fed and their heads shaved. let Nam Vets- CflDll1rPd during a rziirl on Iliff zoo. 180 aiu--nw Spirit-Optional Headgear Time-Big Deal An inspvciion with ai glori0l1S hero from UP the Hudson T Smiles for a liberty party. It's a natural situation or a man to be free. i gi Bai. 5' if ' -hp., .V ef ,Jie , ' , v' f 'if 1 , 7 . ff .1 fi- e , ,, 1 .1 if: Q ' bl, ,,,: ' 1 ,, ,, X H, , O.T.W. Cleveland Gate. Escape tunnel by Mole Bates Any way you leave the zoo is il good way. Some people just get more excited. sf -us- 3 A sanctuary . . . Tom Curry's p,-- .-,rg-.1 , . . -..,... -- ,-,-, THE HANG-OUT . . . Maurices ' . .:.gf... A.. ...., ..- ..u,..,,-,,... ..,... . . Liberty is 5 4, A f I ff .m.-.,, ., .V ,. ,f - X ...... i . , Is, L -i :xur 17s A Glens Falls , U s 9 SOUTH - L"' fm" LLL .Ad if I "' . 1 ,I 'L 'mv?,.3p4E 1 ff! ll 1 'Sf who IF A quick stop for happiness. ff A lTHlifl,S Inu' for 'l'ln1u'xflny nigjlllgl 182 A thy mn t I nw mul Hwxvls ,,1w. . w ff - KH-s 5 .Ly :xg ' 1 1 ., 'f ,4 . , .Q .s , 7 ' Z! A golden thumb. ' YQ A Sunday drive. R A ,- rs 2'-Q V' rx . .1 2 1 'V gm A Q 2232.-1uw,I A 1 1 if .1 I -'R fav ' www! Kgs ,, AA 1 - -- , f- X . Y ,e':i at-.I,:. 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F' A A f I 'E I lg I ll " ' '-'in' - -Q I N. WI" -V1 A - fl.-:.1,u?.-- +' I H- 1 . K Si f E 1' ' .1 ily' f '7. A - N h 1 1 VVaiting for trains at the Club. ' '-3.12.11--ww... ,- - V 'M -,.,...,,,,, .hh , 5 N, , f V 'W' ' V. .- LQ. l' H X WA If . . jak J-,Ni , WLM' V -llgg ' Q "tg" f7'ITf.2fi"- '- -A t J , , My N A --W - -,4v,.,.l..f.,....,,...-.,............ fn, ' "' ,.,,,g.,..,, M' K L. ,Hx MV - it In V' ...ir -A liar! V lf-fflvr ' ' ,l A , ' VQIJN2 T7 A ' 'ft 'I ""',x I , 773 '9 ,, 5 M74 , fV4,,' A ffff ' " A i ' l llll 'WH 4 i -. ,.,,, V I .7 ' . 4, f , 2' I M , " 3 . '- ' L-,,?3.fe I 32 - :Q A ' l -f -' V: m ',. ,xi-B, F ,5 f I, ' , .. ,.'-4 .5",.f., ' v..,., M. , '. . , ,, . .' Liberty is . . . TOO MUCH for some people. lf 183 To those who deserved them Beginning the last days. After four hard years, - ' - the Awards Admiral's Cup for Character John Dudley Stedman Trophy Winner Ed Hoffman A job wr-ll 110110. A.xl?Jn XE , Q-H X x l 1 rl? ,nil Last message from Admiral McLintock A talk on the future. lack Sands-Number One. A u . , f h K . , +- Thc Huul proof of the unity of '69 VV ,' Y fl-fl '4 ' -' AU xygx if-17' Zq,Y.l' W ..." - i ,,' ,' 1 ,. 1, ' .y , K , I I 1 3 I Q f I 5 Cgmhuatma CLASS UFFICERS KIBT IOSEFEK LCDB. DONALD Pm. PAQUETTE, USMS Class President Class Adviser First Class Year 7-' V l-si , C xt., . .xVi3:Axfs -1 WALT KIRQHNER TOM MacEWEN Class President Second Class Year Plebe Year Class President Fx ,, dv 4 'JWWWSM J, 5 S Q . I, S s If .I ffzq, 1 ,, 7 Q. N affix my , if .Nui 'I I' V I X All Vx l . . , 1 Y A Ts FHM, k xx E JJ Wx-wr V' Evrk Mrahuaiva x UWM Q f . ' N . 1 ' u 'I , . - 1 ' - 7 f 1- 5 3 '-, AVE. S? I l ' ,J L -In . . .,w lx X fun. .JJ xxiwwi' 9' PAUL SPENCER ALLEN Lxwvlnn. Oklahoma - f ' -'litllllbg 'l'iirl1-nl Clnli, Ski Club, Society of Naval Xl'Xl3l N13 lll Mlfliirlr--lx will Mniinl- l'lllllllll'K'l'S, Marine Technology Society, l l Nlllllllf. lfzlyilv Sunil Suvivly, l l W SVA Xlifkllz NS, tlrilllrrn ll:-nr, 8.8. Philippine Bear, Pacific Far l's'lNl lllll'N lm.: 5.5. l,ll'1lj'1'Hl' Virlor l ill..-N, Ain.-l,f ll.H.N.S. rm,-ri.-ii, u.s.N.s. Sultan, Msrs misc Arr-zl. VOX l'liili1lpmw, Smlill Yivl Num, Tliilllflnd. In IE fi r, y, Marine Transport 'A41l'ZS: f1lllllllllN'. flirrnl llritnin, llong Kong, japan, Panama, ID. NATHAN F. BAGLEY Mlm, Oklnlmmu Xl im HY lil 1 lllill la.,-...l-mil llvfwl li'-ut llnil, Midshipmen f ,mi-xl chip , . i it nm- I x in xl: K K. lv e xl-mari, NN 'M Md' Ilthll Ztiamshil' I 1:11 , lui N XX illl :nr l ill- N, lllkwl urn! urs L lwwli iii- li.: , ,, , A 131111011195- xux xi n -l 1 n,.i...l.lN ll1'W"""', ll""'l',,.,1.-, lv0D' I ,l l . in 1 t V. All Lil nl lllll "" l'Hlu'hl,Illl0l'lll Rico' 1 li f in i . x.i1...ln.il. N12-"'-'r ,,u,,.w1ii. ' umv. V' ,i liikx lim 'Rn 1'l,.1.l.y,Hiiiv --, i lflffll ,'Kf SD. lil- VO? XG? Slffzi Yi' ' Mr XC l SH H Vt ANDREW IOHN ANDREASEN Durham, California ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Ring Committee, Trident Club, Marine Technology Society, Track. SEA YEAR: S.S. Citadel Victory, lVaterman Steamship Company, Inc.: S.S. Illinois, States Steamship Company, Inc, S.S. Amer- ican Planter, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Santa Juana, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYACES: Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Iamaica, Iapan, Nationalist China, Nicaragua, Panama, Philippines, South Viet Nam, Thailand, Trinidad, Venezuela. 49-in fi ,f W,-Wi ff.- 7 , x . Of," ,J X4 CHARLES KENNETH BARTHROP Piedmont, California ACADEMY RECORD: Rvggiiucntal Information Service, Varsity Club, Sailing, Inlrzlmurals. SEA YEAR: C. E, Dani, States Steamship Company, IYIC-S S.S. 1XIllf,'l'lf'!lTl llr-liarlvv, llrlilvrl Slatvs, Ullllfifl Stlltcg LIMS Company, Inc.: S.S. I:m:m ll:-:1r, Par-ifir' Far East LIHCS, IUC-5 S.S. lJl'f'Siflf-Yll, fngml, !xlYIf'l'lfilIl lll'I'SlCll'I'lt Lines. lill- VOYACES: l5f'lLflllIIl, l7r:irir'r-, Cr-rmxmy, Crvat liritainr Him! Kong, japan, Nalifmalist flliina, Okinawa, Philippines, Sfvllfll Kflrva, Smith Viv-lg Nam, NNN M3 ! xlf Ah EUGENE G. BACH, IH Gretna, Louisiana ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, International Relations Council, Newman Club, Bowling League, Trident Club, Ski Club, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Charles Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Com- pany, Inc.: S.S. Gulf Farmer, Gulf and South American Lines, Inc.g S.S. Del Sol, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Liberia, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Republic of the Congo, Senegal, South Viet Nam, South West Africa, Trinidad. - ,E , k. , ax f- ': T S A K fQff4WL 'slneewX-:aemitr .A - X E .JW 'U' A". L r , c ,W . xi. 5 " PILHLIP V, BATES PIC'l'lill A. BORYSEVICZ C1em-water, Flqfidg jrnmiirn, New York I ACADEMY RECORD: Class Secretary-Treasurer gFiisi Flzifw, .'Xl"llNl4Ml lil-,cnlill Him 'lliix, Sports Publicity, Regimental -Cir' Polaris, Ski Club, Track, Intramurals. lin-i,.il..i:,l lmii liiiniiiiuigils, SEA YEAR: S.S. American Courier, United Stain-s Lim-s Coin- Sl- A X I- Nh IN S I-.xilush-1, NS. Saixuuiiizili, American Export- lu: pany, 1110.5 S.S. lVfOl'ITl21CpCIH'l, S.S. llOlJill I-otl:slvy, ltluslln'-ltlw lrliugiiiilirr ii l Ill! s Iii- 3 S.S. !lllH'l'll':ll1 Scout, United States SIN Corrnack Lines, Inc.g S.S. Santa Cecilia. Criui- Linus, lin . i,,,,.-- c,.,...l.i.i.i li., S.S. Morazan, United Fruit Company, Im-.1 S.S. D1-i Ni-my ' , , , ,A , Lf Delta Steamship Lines, Inc., S.S. iunii 1.5-km, ss. if,.ii.A,.ii Nil Afgf' 1' 'l""l'l "lfl"i '1f""1"'f.-V l'i'f"'f' Flin? Somhlandi Lykes, S.S. Joseph Lyk8S, LylCCS Brollicrt-2 SlL'LLlll?lllll lfoiiiimiiv, 'U 'I 'I' 'ZH' mu, Um" ,HL . Ialmn' C nylon' Llblfa' Inc clltillillllt. I nltilliiii I ainzinizi, lluliplnnvs, South lxorea, Spam, SL ' bmluii , . S A entina Aruba B'irb'idos llrwil fiolfimliin. flflflll log, . Y pin VOYAGE: rg , , . . ,, ' ' ' bl' Franco, Crum init Puca, Curacao, Dominican Repu ic, W '. - : f mala Honduras, Italy, Mexico, Nicaragua. I':mmri:n, Imviugiil, 7 Puerto Rico, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Xvnwuflzi. aw BURGOHNE RANDALL WAYNE Bouncnois new-u .im ,xmmiu Springfield v- ' - , irginm ACADEMY I lulluu w. MriN1N'hl"HN Varsit C1IlECpRD' Sfffllfl Maris Guild Ilfiwlinf 1 '1-- tint-. Nfllwn y 'U' SOCCCT, Basffbzill. Y A L AIM' 1 'ii ii -a. 1 i i in i- U lxlwu Fl4ff""W- A' "' H' ImmmnrulS- SEA YEAR- S - x N .1 1 liwl-. lli"1"i' ' , A A V il I V . i - ' X .N Marine-Isthmian SIt?i2ltsD?1gmr'- mm' ll':"'S "'-"' V 'A' "' i S. N t'xi.,,ir llnililvr. flllwrlclll Export-Isbrandtsen l,,iQf,,s If,x1nn't ILM... I, Xi... ii. .ii l ,X ll, ,K R X' :K M X- S IH- -nliiut Xithur. flmenff C0l'fTl8.Ck LlI'103, Inc' u .., 1 Nlfli-ilmi-1.1 ., Kimnl N' r , V -, if A ' , iia. Volgfeltlglfisl Azorggy Dum-Mark firlrnnm ll ' D V N l"""'. ll.-mf lxoii?1t:ltRn! . ,,, I , '.' 'f', -im-ii! , I I 1' il 1' er ands, Punurnu, South Vu-l Num, Hiiun., ,lllrlllb .jx "S, 'I' ti. it Vi XI ii-:Ui llsftlllrillvl ' ' ' I ix ,W hm., 111111, Turkey, Q 5 LEE EDWARD BOUNDS Fort Walton Beach, Florida ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Service, Ring Dance Committee, Ski Club, Varsity Club, Football, Track, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. C. E. Dant, S.S. Arizona, States Steamship Company, S.S. Sonoma, Matson Navigation Company, Inc.g S.S. Santa Regina, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. President Buchanan, American President Lines, Ltd., S.S. I. L. Hanna, Chevron Shipping Company. VOYAGES: Australia, Azores, Canada, Fiji Islands, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, japan, Okinawa, Philip- pines, Samoa, Scotland, South Korea, Spain, Thailand. C E , i X , ,Q N, ,X 1 R, is JOHN AUBREY CARTNER Greenville, North Carolina ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Hear This, Trident Club, Soci- ety Of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ski Club, H3510 Club, Bridge Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. African Mercury, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. Exeter, S.S. Flying Enterprise, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Prudential Seajet, Prudential Lines, Inc., S.S. American Lancer, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Algeria, Azores, Burma, Ceylon, Egypt, FTSHCG, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, India, Italy, Kenya, Leb2rl0U, Libya, Morocco, Mozambique, Netherlands, Pakistan, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, Rumania, Saudi Arabia, South West Africa, Soviet Union, Spain, Sudan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Yugo- slavia. ?"TTN ll., , ml!! sr. vf , -X---1 was Y -W ,Y , fi- :Vw -fi " Q1xltXiK?qTxlllk"! ' 'fes'l:'l'lviW-Q?Wil Nl ,- ,, WBAR ,4-5 255 if f-if N9 Y- Q., 2 5 A' Q fill! lsr l W rf ' '57 W B+ sy A , if 3 L ,..w W ' . :grim A th! Q :ik .-N? , -gr.. - , 11.-,2 or , ,, 1.4 x s ,fr f S3 sl 419' ,Q ' ll. ' tg-:N Y' I " I 5 K QQ" A - I K Q'-. , J' . - ,r',iP'V rp 1f"Qg,- 'sq-. SIP- ,fi 'f l'n9:P"' lg, timmy N -31? VVLQFLP KQEXMW 'J' K DOUGLAS L. CAYA VVhil0 Bear Lake, Minnesota ACADEMY RECORD: Midshipmen Council, Intramurals. SEA YEAH: S.S. Eliznhc-lli Lykvs, S.S. Dolly Turman, Lykes Brolin-rs Stmrmsliip Company, inc., S.S. Santo Cerro, United Fruit Cmnpznny. S.S. K4-ylunkvr, Keystone Tanker Company. VOYAGES: llritish Ilonrlurns, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, liziiti, iionrlnrns, llnly, japan, Libya, Panama, Puerto Rico, Smith Korn-:1, Spain. Turkey. Q-.J 5' GEORGE C CLA RK TIMOTHY MILES COBER S ill ' . ACADEMY REC ea e, Washington Irwin. Pcnnsylvhnm ORD: Reg' t 1 D ' - ' ' ' ht Lifteli Regimental Drill Team, 1lTllZi?irl1e T2eQli?1oE:g'nnSScEilySkSfxilhlifl Aczmnnrxir iuficfmmg 'iw-arir-M cum, ski Cluh, WHS ' ' ' ' ' flh l, V fl ' I?l l. ll' lhnll. llllwllllf- . SEA YEAR: 'S.S. Philippine Mail, S.S. Washington Mail Amari- if U ' HIM l ul UU' ' 1 L' eq Inc., S,S, Preil- can Mail Lines, Ltd.: S.S. President Hayes Amr-rim fl w 'l SRA YIUMK7 HS' fwfr-l'1"' mc' lqmroi m N' LineS, Ltd.g S.S. Santa Anita Grace Iinles Incl- mln' llmlkmnl Ammimn vmlidm' Limoll Ltd' lpall P . ' -' v -, - .. . J ,, , Q , l,, 3 1 acxfic Far East Lines, Inc, VUYMWN, Mlmuhn' Uiyhmv Umm' p,.,,nF.,.' Iiicligkgzfzaln, Pima. VOYAGES: Canada, Ceylon, France, Hong Kong Indy, It 1 lxinluwiu, IW,-Xiu-, Nntiunnlist Chinn, Okinawa, u . Japan, Malaysia, Okinawa, Pakistan, Singapore ,So1itli,Kcii?0lfl7 mil' Hmwluml' 'lluhm Spain. X X Xfire, as N' l X S -S ri . H, sp N 5 a -V' s in X: Nx Ogg ws., X 3 x s fc X s x, X X is SQ ' t SCSQ S ' 6 X- . MIT CHEL CHERE Oxford, Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Ski Club, Varsity Club, Baseball, Intra- murals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Ambassador, American Export-Isbrandt- sen Lines, Inc., S.S. Mormacrigel, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.: S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Del Mar, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc.: S.S. XVilliam Lykes, S.S. Almeria Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Israel, Italy, Iapan, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Puerto Rico, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Venezuela. .faxing VVILLIAM WARREN CROSSMAN Walnut Creek, Califomia ACADEMY RECORD: Protestant Choir, Christian Council, Tri- dent Club, Ski Club, Vlleight Lifters Club, Marine Technology' Society, Rifle, Sailing, Intramurals. I C SEA YEAR: S.S. Philippine Bear, Pacific Far East Lines, IIB? S.S. Ve tura Matson Navigation Company, Inc., S.S. M- U , - S.S. Nevada Standard, Dant, States Steamship Company, Inc., Chevron Shipping Company. VOYAGES: Australia, Japan, Nationalist Samoa. China, Philippines, x MICHAEL LANDON CHOATE Tucson, Arizona ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Committee, Newman Club, Trident Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ski Club, Marlinspike Club, Camera Club, Varsity Club, VVeight Lifters Club, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Harrison, S.S. President Garfield, American President Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Ceylon, France, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Na- tionalist China, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Por- tugal, Singapore, Spain. .,,. 4' ' f'- P, I , x , 1 . . K , V, 1 Q , , x '15, ' f 3-v1af,., ,ff - - -,i , fl M f ld J I A X 'F I ' 1 i ' X Xi l 1 1 l l l 4 If l '- 1 - , i 1 , " ' f f fav f-',.- 'fn' V . ' if -1- fm. L' --P 1 a 5 Fw. N 1233-W' 5 . X , x 7 f tn. i. .x.. ,. r 't ii ALM. CHARLES STUART CUMMING Dorchester, Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Polaris, Varsity Club, Cheer- leaders, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Clipper, S.S. Pioneer Myth, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Independence, S.S. Export Bay, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Mormac- scan, Moore-McComxack Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Mercedes, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Jamaica, japan, Mexico, Nationalist China, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Spain, Trinidad, Venezuela, Virgin Islands. WILLIAM F. CURRAN San Francisco, Califomia ACADEMY RECORD: Football, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Claiborne, Gulf Puerto Rican Lines, Inc., S.S. Culf More-lmut, Gulf and South America Lines, Inc., S.S. Key 'l'r:tdt-r, Keystone Shipping Company, Inc., S.S. President Hayes, S.S. llrvsitlvnt Grunt, American President Lines, Ltd.g S.S. Constitution, Aim-rican Export-lslmrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYACISS: Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Hong Kong, ' ' " " " Ph'li ' s Portugal, Italy, Nationalist Cluna, lanama, Peru, lppine, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Spain. L QNX Brooklyn New Y k ACADEMY RECORD H Tl! or Rattle' Creek, Michigan I 1 ear Z, N ' ' . Midshipmen Council qlfresfilenii, Pi,liT,,anBglH't ,HQ".C'tt19l"", AfTAl3lCMY ni-zcronug v..fmy trim., rmasniimwn Cf'1"'C'l www nology Society, Sailing' 1 fflne cch- tzlrvl, ltillf-, Suilimx. . Li 95 SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Main, S.S. American Ran er U . SIQA YI-iAlt, gig- A,,,,,,,,.,,,, timmumulvr, United Statlels Lhls States Lines COVUPQUY1 IUC-5 S.S. Mormacflawri KIM, mtpd f7"'Hpzuu'. lmug S.S. Morimnvlnkv, lkioore-ltifcflmulc 5 In V Cormack Lines, Inc., S.S. African Neptune, Fan-nil 1,ig?,:c-Tfxf Lum, S.S. lfxprvss, Aim-maui I-Ixport-Islvrniicltsen Lme' VOYAGES, Angola Blg. B , W' ' Fizuutn Sofia, firm-n l,im's, luv. N Igpan, Kenya, Nationatlistiuifnliina:aIiIldihe?l?ilnndjnyPanIfi21ng plfinig- VOY.M:li'+ Arg.-,.1m,., ltmfil, Chill-, Colombia. 'Doml?g'aJ' pings' Republic of South Afl'iC2l, South Korea! Sonih Vkilph llvpulvln-, l'mm-r. tivrnnuuv, tin-ut llritnin, Hong Nliiglliorea AfnCa'TanZania' lt' A H M' iliiltlll, Nutnouulnst fluinu, l'.umuut. p0fmm'l'. Soul , . ,, . , U . ,lm,m. HINIIII, Iuuulqul, llruguuv, Nmwltultt, INFO! fl?- DOUGLAS RICHARD DENNY Maple Heights, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Service, Ring Dance Committee, Regimental Drill Team, Policy Board, Intra- murals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Express, S.S. Export Avenger, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. lkiorrnacsaga, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Algeria, Ceylon, Egypt, Ethiopia, French Soma- liland, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Lebanon, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, South Korea, Sudan, Tanzania. 45- ,i'IIW1iMWi 4 '47 . I 1 5 r C Q ,x , ' wi-, V' '74, . if . , 1 4 ff' it . f' .Q A R '- x - I 4 . X X l Q- f XX ,J X'N'wI"' il-, ya Q? MICHAEL ALAN EHRMANN Evansville, Indiana ACADEMY RECORD: Reginwntal Dance Committee, Stella Maris Guild, Nrrwmsm Cluh, Catholic Choir, Bowling LCflgllC, Varsity Club, Weight Liftvrs Club, Midshipmen Council, Gymnastics, lntrmnuruls. SEA YEAH: I,ipw,ml, r.ykf-Q, S.S. Jew- Lykes, SS- Mason Lylufs, Lykr-Q Brotlwrs Sli-:nuship Cnnwlllly, IUC-5 S-S' E950 Gettysburg, Ilumhhf Oil unrl Refining Cmnp:lnY- VOYACES: japan, Ukinuwzn, Soulh Kowzu, South Vif't NIIIT1- Evrk Mrahuatva flfff or fl Z4 J Je' M x ,fi A I U of l fs 3 V 1 I ,QM 5 y Q 1 gy is i it ,t sl X ,lfxr l I xr il . i t 6, an X t 65 4 ,N 3 to ,lac la 2 4-. sts- I If j,+1?Xr,.g i .- ,ss ff, rm J l S+ if CNN QQ F, X' N. iltflltlttwtullitlli it it rwsif cgi will ,iii W! Y, 1..f.. Ex 2 1 ' H! li 1 'Tv N15 , :Q N ali? Wil! ty, iv ii" Q fri" lg xiii,-ff if fist? ittgl-Q xx 5 , 5, L!! lqx,,.,-gases? ,9'f' . s,-v.-ti-.gif ' Q f' -' -Y ,ww 0g2N,:J," ff' l ffffltmlt 2 , ' QA" K ' X-Ay, , V r. em ix ,f A X eq' A ., V JW., ' als hh .153 Ai JEFFREY F. ELDREDGE West Chatham, Massachusetts ACADEMY RIECIORD: PoIa1'is, Midships. SEA Yliltlitz S.S. Export Courier, S.S. Independence, American Export-lslmranicllsc-n I.in0S. 1110.3 S-Sh Santa Magdaleflar Grace Lim-s, lm-,g S.S. Norman-lake, Moore-McCorrnack L1nes,Inc.5 S.S. lAlllt'l'tt'Ltl1 liar-cr. United States Lines Company, IHC- Xycjdvlxfdlisl Amt-mam, Ames, Belgium, Bra2i1,,C010H?bia1 l-It-uador, lfrziliw. C0l'lWm!'f Greece, Italy, Iamalgl' Libya' Morocco. Nvthcrlamls, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, Urugtiny. i W 1 TIMOTHY DENNIS FORD Falls Church, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Brazil, S.S. Mon-nacargo, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.g S.S. President Coolidge, American President lrinr-s, Ltd., S.S. Export Bay, American Export-lshrzmdlscn Lines, Inv. VOYACES: Azores, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Br-rmuda, Ceylon, Denmark, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, italy, japan, Malaysia, Martinique, Morocco, Nationalist China Netherlands, Norway, Okinaufa, Pakistan, Panama, Poland: Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Trinidad Virgin Islands. MICHAEL FRANCOS New York. New York I club, l N ,- 1, Varslfl' Arwmi-:x1Y lil'ItTUitD: ltowlmil IMIHIH- fl' Cl", Wi-iuht till.-rs Vinh, Sm-wr, lntrnmurn S- flsbrandtsen sm YICAN: ss lflxport lXnildr'1'. AV'1""if:n,,ExE?dcs ComPf"'liQ l,ll!l'9. lmyg S.S. Ultitt-ml Slxtlt'S. United I a lA'l00t'E'-Ivlfcormac lm-, HH, lN'ltll'IllllK'llIHVll, HS. lNl0f"'iU'plnn' l.im's, lm Britain, V 1 ,X ,. Great . x'rn'1trQw4 tor.-.in...i, ltiiml, Pf1"'l"'.l""'mmhAfrica.5Pi""' , S l fllz'l'xt', llzllt, lllltqt, l'lvt'ltll-HIL ll"P"N'l of on lylllllNlLl, vl,IIllit'Y. lil'utEllilY 4, X GEORGE DANIEL EMMONS Flushing, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Bearings, Regimental Dance Committee, Ring Dance Committee, Newman Club, Pistol, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacdawn, S.S. Mormacisle, Moore-Mc- Cormack Lines, Inc., S.S. American Charger, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Cape Junction, Steamship Service Company, S.S. Export Agent, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Cyprus, Dutch NVest Indies, France, Great Britain, Greece, Haiti, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela. .. i t ' 3 '-Qs. ' . tb-xi, f f , fm , , ' 'M Rv., - me 5 Q f- . ,- , za, msn? 'fs K, f M : MAG 'f Lp, 'K A f 1 X If QM f MICHAEL EDWARD GAFFNEY South Euclid, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Manufacturer, S.S. Pioneer Moon, S.S. American Rover, United States Lines Company, IHC-9 3-S- Constitution, American Export-Ishrnndtscn Lines, Inc-9 S.S- Mormaebay, Moore-McCormack Lines, InC. VOYAGES: Argentina, llrazil, Dim-li XVc-at Indies, Francie, French West Indies, Germany, Great llrituin, Japan, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Piinzuria, Philippines, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Spain, Uruguay. x 165 E TERENCE BOYCE FOLAN Annadale, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris CEditorl, Debate Council, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Bridge Club, Cheer- leaders, Color Guard, Football, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Magdalena, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. Export Bay, S.S. Export Ambassador, S.S. Constitution, Ameri- can Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S: American Ranger, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Azores, Balearic Islands, Belgium, Bermuda, Colom- bia, Ecuador, France, Gibraltor, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Monaco, Morocco, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Sardinia, South Korea, Spain, Spanish Morocco. Bvrk Carailmitva ers A I l 'fr S PETER McKEE GALE Red Bank, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Protestant Choir, Christian Council, Varsity Club QTreasurerJ, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Margarita, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. Export Challenger, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. American Chief, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Mormacscan, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Italy, Jap Spain, Yugoslavia. an, Panama, Peru, Philippines, South Viet Nam, 5:5 HARRY A. GOTIMER Cambria Heights, New York Acii13?lVEY RECORD:' Eagle Scouts Society, International llclu- Guild 112111110111 RC53imcntal Dance Committee, Stella Maris Coungryy Club, Catholic Choir, Varsity Club, Cross SEQS.Ygi'?,gfg Mormacvcgn, Moore-McCormack Lines, Img, S.S. Amex-imn favor, Amvrirlzm lt:Sport-Tslirzlmltsr-n Linr-s, Inc., S.S. Africarincwniportcer, UDlif'fl.Siilif'S Linvs Company, lu:-.5 Amer- E Jonld' Faffffll 'Llncsi IUC-S S.S. fiOllSllllliiifYll, ICHH XDOI1-lshrandtscfn Lines, Inc. Frltnliifglla, BilI'l71l!lOS, llrllgiiun, l,I'I'lIillZll'lf, lflgylyl, NmWny'PalL:5qL, 151155, Iilfltlfl, Niitirnirzillst Chinn, N1'illt'lilill'lflH, Viet Nil S- -LTI, vucrto llilrirn, 4SlI1I11lDf7lTI',-Sfllllll Krmwan, Sunil, my -Dflm, Swlfllllri, lhiulnnd, VH-,gm Iglilmlql -1'-he Q. PETER ROBERTS GALLAGHER Bristol, Cormccticut ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Varsity Club, Midshipmen Council, VVr0slliug1. Tvnnis, lut1'nmur:1lS. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Rr-liancc, S.S. Pioneer Moor, United Strut-s Lim-s Ciumpiuiy, Inc., S.S. Ioscph Lykes, S.S. Frederick L 'lc S.S. Slit-ltlon Lylccs, S.S. Leslie Lykes, Lykes Brothers 3 lN Steamship Company, lnc.g S,S. Del Norte, Delta Steamship Linus, luv. VOYACES: Argentina, Azores, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Culmnliin, Curnc-no, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, ' f- r " T' ' l't China, Hong Kong, ltuly, Izipnn, Libya, Mexico, lxationais NL-llivrlumls, Nmwvxiy, llamumu. Philippines, Puerto Rico, Singa- , porn, South Kurt-41, South Viet Nam, Spain, Sweden, Trinidad Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela, Yugoslavia. -1 ex 4" 1 RICHARD IOSEPH HALLUSKA lhl0Ill'01'Villl', l'4-lmsylvunin . - . - Ja C9 AITJXIJNMY Illifilllllf lhiillt- Svuuls Slu'll'lB" lmfmntill llliiiir Clulv Lulho x tlmuuiillvn- Sli-IIA Minis tluilil, Nl'XYlll1lll I Q R Ying' Inna, 'l'li1l1'lit tfluln, Xmsllx' lllllll, SUt't'l'l', XVl'l'Slllll5l, ON lull: glls., ' uv ' SS. Alllflifim rnliml SIC-X Yl+IXIl1 S.S. Suulqi lsxnlwl, llnuw- lfllll'S, l -- V i Mm flliuxnpnnu, llliltml filrllvs lillll'S ibliilmliv. llwli hh' A X flxllll, ll'Illli'll I,imw, luv. I , , il L' 110 Xfll U'lV5 All I1 llli llvl-'umx lfllilv. l'Ul0llllll'l' Fun - - f- N , ,, . l"n.nur-, ilu-,il llinluui, lXlt'Xln'll, l',m.uun. llvfll- fy ACAY SEA S S XY, YOY. di Pa X s XQ -Q .XX A -, c C t Kr MARC ROYER GENTINE Tustin, California ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Baseball, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Ana, S.S. Santa Luisa, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. Pacific Victory, Pacific Coast Transport Company, S,S. Wfashington, States Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecua- dor, Hong Kong, Iapan, Mexico, Nationalist China, Philippines, Panama, Peru, South Viet Nam, Thailand, Uruguay. fwl ? ,A -r it Z4 PAUL MICHAEL HANLEY Mattapan, Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: lirfrzrings, International Relations Council, Newman Club. SEA YEAH: SS. Szmlai Sopliizi, Cram- Lincs, Inc., Flyirlll' Fish, flmf-1'ir':ui l'lXI7'H'f-lKIl7Y'21Y1fllSI'I'l Lines. IHCTS Amilrlcfm Furmtur, Uniivcl Sizulrgs Lim-Q flfllllllilfly, lnc. Volrflfllfgi fllllflllllllll, llvnnilmivsln llr'DlllJllf', El1l'l'7tw 'Ethiopia' l7r:mf'f-, flrfrnl Iirirsiiii, Ii'-lnml, Ilailv, lilllllll, Nalumailist filurifli l':il4isl:m, lJlll'l'lO llifffl, fiwullsmrl, Siliigzlpuiw, South Kurcih Slmmv X!QYllffll4'lll. ful!!! ,X N 5, . r '4 '-JF' x if t 9 x N 4, 6 Q 5 ':, , ,DY -. ,J f' 2 -S' .Ji if , X A W N . b l f , - , - . 4 ,r's-al' ,Cr Kill! , l .i.l'1"J n l ell.. 1, , :Vx D , t -, ,nv .v 'l,4- JI .ix any at ...J xxx. T' w""' STEVEN A. HARDIN Plainfield, Indiana ACADEMY RECORD: International Relations Council, Regi- mental Dance Committee, Protestant Choir, Christian Council, Weight Lifters Club, Regimental Band, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Lipscomb Lylces, S.S. Nancy Lylces, Lykes l' C 1 mf, Inc., S.S. Cliffs Victory, Cliffs Brothers Steamsnp on p. 3 Iron Company. VOYAGES: Egypt, Italy, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Panama, South Viet Nam, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Yugoslavia. 'YYY' JOHN RUSSELL HERBERT District Heights, Maryland ACADEMY RECORD: Protestant Choir, Bowling League, Varsity Club, Soccer, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Monica, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. American Courier, S.S. Pioneer Minx, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Argentina, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colom- bia, Dominican Republic, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, -larflfilcar lallafl, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Philippines, St. Thomas, St. Vincent, South Korea, Uruguay, Venezuela. i MARK EDWIN HICKS Beaumont, Texas ' 1 smug Socieilh Ring ACAl'7l'lh4Y lll'ZC10llD: Iil'uriHg.ZN, EXW! 1' ' ' 'IQ lJnm'u iimmnittr-4-, Varsity Club, Pistol, lntrannlm.. B 'hers ,- ro SEA YICAII: ss. xx-1.1.11 lun-N, S.S. WH' le'?'keShL?,hii1S Metals Stuxunslnip limnpnny, luv., 5.5, NVailier Rice, 95 Il0lllllilllV, luv. , -t - - Moroccv, Nimonahs VOYACZIHS: Cliinu, l'uuu Alfa-1 in fil'l'l'k'l' llnly. lsllllm- , ' ' , ' . - ' ' ' ' Turkel- nm, Smith lxmvwu. 5l'1llU- lumsm' ACAI SEA In En Si: YOY Ha Ps Pts GEORGE FELTON HARLAN Churchville, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Bowling League, Football, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Traveler, S.S. Pioneer Commander, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Constitution, S.S. Export Buyer, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.: S.S. Santa Magdalena, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Brazil, Crete, Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Greece, Haiti, jamaica, Japan, Libya, Maderia, Okinawa, Palma, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay. A mga. ROBERT HARVEY HUECKER Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin ACADEMY RECORD: Smiling, Rifle, Intramurals. SEA YEAH1 ss, i'Mf.1fAf.ie Arlnnis, Amf-rivfm Pfcsiflenf Lines, Ltd- SS Export' Arvilnzi-4-eivlfnr, fXv'nr'ric:in EXP0ft'lgllmndtSen Lines, Intl, SS, Immf-fir Xizirl, Unilf-fl States Lines Company, Inc., SS. Saints: flf'f1'llll, flrznrr- liiilfti lml- VOYACES. rgwlfm, 1Jf,.i.i,mf.n lmwlrlif: Euwt- Vffmfoi Hon? Ili ii 'NI'1Iiuv1'ilistCl1lYlV', Oki' KIJDLZ, lllvlm, flrnlv, lzlgazivv, M: ,"'::, it - r S, . nawzi, lhilualun, I'l1uliyminf-":, lilllif7lI7'lrf" Nllllll kflfwlw 'pam' Ven'-ziivln, ROBERT IACKSON HARRIS Madisonville, Kentucky ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ski Club, Varsity Club, Marine Tech- nology Society, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. James Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Com- pany, Inc., S.S. Del Sol, Delta Steamship Company, Inc., S.S. Gulf Farmer, Gulf and South America Lines, Inc.: S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecua- dor, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, South Korea, Uruguay. U- I '- V-2' 1, X-"W-'V '-ff '41, L.. N V. . , W W 3 Y V! XT- W J N i i - i , , , W- I- 1 X' N l 1 ' f X1 1 Al L I 3 CHARLES ELLIOTT HUNTZINGER Oreland, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Ski Club, Varsity Club, Football, Base- ball, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacrio, S.S. Mormacpride, Moore-Mc- Cormack Lines, Inc., S.S. Prudential Seajet, Prudential Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Aruba, Brazil, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Jamaica, Malagasy Republic, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, St. Thomas, Spain, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela. CRAIG LEVVIS HYLLESTAD Crofton, Maryland ACADICMY lllilfillllls liatilv Scouts Society, Regimental Dance Coiuuiittt-c, Nvwuiaii Club, lliulio Club, Intramurals. SEA YEAH: S.S. llobiu Comlfvllow, S.S. Mormaclynx, Moore- lxlt-Ctu-iiuuilc l.iiu-s, lm-.g S.S. Australian lsle, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. llruclvntizil Ot-cuiijc-t, l'ruclc-utizil Lines, lnC.g S.S. American l.:iurvi', Unite-tl States l,iuvs Couipzuiy, lnc. VOYACICS: Australia, llc-litiuiu, llvumarlc, Finland, Germany, Crvait llritziin. fll'K'l'1'K', ltaly, Kenya, Madagascar, Mexico, Nm-tlivrlaiiiclx, l':ui:un:1, l'ol:uul, l'ui'ttiy.mt'sr' East Africa, Republic of South Africa, Spain, Swc-dc-ii, Tanzania, Turkey. ,fi AR fp- iv-' 7 X .1-l', "L i THOMAS W. IACKSON, III Silver Spring, Maryland AC . ADEMY RECORD. Bearings, Glee Club, Varsity Club, Wf-ight Lifters Club, Hobby Shop, Track, Intramurals, SEA YEAR: S'S' American Charger United Stat:-S Lim-g C, p I ', ' ' . ' ' , im- anY, nc, SS. Flying Eagle, American Export-lsbramllsr-n Lines, Inc., S.S. Gulf Prince, Gulf Oil Corp., M,,r,,m,.,.,,,,,, M ,M , . ,, oore cCormack Lines, Inc., Dredge Gocthals, Unit:-cl Sum-S ANDY COFDS of Engineers. VOYACES: Algeria, Argentina, Brazil Ce lon -lll' Q RHI., . F v . , Y y 1 LYP I A , rance, Great Britain, India, Lebanon, Pakistan, Suiliirl ' n Uruguay. Kllvl' l.AVVllENCE JOSEFEK llruulclivltl. NViwt'0INlll D nt .1 Couuuitteh Acmiiizm' uiicmui i1,.rtr.1w' ttttuti-it-vital 2' ' ' , ' N .. 1, ball llllit! lllimw 1 tmuiiill: il K Liss l'rr-sislvrli il'll'Sl fililbhl. lrlse l i-till, lllll.lIlllIl,llx C 1 , ' ,om- sm YI-wilt -. K. 'f...ui. ltr., :tit-N lW""'rl Wlsmshlict Sol. ruins- lm N N 'I .t-H., ,, NM, Yqiykk 'l--mtv VUYPG fliklknd Sm, lltillzi Nttqnii-.limp I Imp ln- , S N, tiull' liilfllwf- l Aliirii-.1 linux In. - N t . T l mliiu. ECM' l lull l ti 0 ' herhmds, VUY-Xtlllk Xll'I'Illtll,l lttlvtvum lllllllli ' -I NM 'l"'. lfiztiui-, t.i-iuu'mx', intent lllll-llll. lilvitvtl. l'un1tui.n, l'tiu, Nttiil--ii, lluiuuuiv, Yviieviivlxl- ROI ACADESR SEA lltl SS. Pre Si. Dix Moor:-X VOYAGE! Domus Hou: L lands. Trimdx 1 ra 4 .,l ln. VUY A it-if iqmu SEA all rms E Msn xl 1. fl E ff e --" vile D -if I w fe . fd 0 ' Ns. 4 W 4 ii 1 li "" ' Wm 5 we A' ggi 'Gi' -i : q lfl W 1 -, f" . I w r ,f K-Nxt ROBERT DORRANCE INGALLS, III Carmel, California ACADEMY RECORD: Baseball, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Adela, S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc: S.S. President Tyler, American President Lines, Ltd., S.S. M M. Dant States Steamship Company, Inc., S.S. Mormaclynx Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. 1 VOYAGES: Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong, Jamaica, japan, Mexico, Nationalist China, Nether- lands, Nicaragua, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Sweden Trinidad, Venezuela. 1 i gui' E 5 Bvrk Cmahnaivn MAURICE IOSEPH KEATING Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Football. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pionw-r Mill, Unit:-cl Slate-s Lincs Company, Inc., S.S. Rubin Tipton, Lykvs llrutlwrs Stczimsllip Cflmpanyr Inc. VOYACES: Iupan, Kvnyu, Okinawa, llillllllllll, Philippines, HC- public of South Africa, Vllllllllllllil. f hx, uxggfmjw 1 'UP'- .f,--A.. QV- u 1 I A -I XX X 'Nw Ks . N J Q I ' 5' 1 .J I 7 4' " W! L M cf w . ' l ff if W, t ..x"l ff - .fs 1 ' - ' +- i'?' Q, lx j xx "ws .052 Xl . fly ll 7, gf BOBBIE MICHAEL LAKE Williamsburg, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Bearings, Englu Smut-1 Smimy 11,45 Cjngzgl Clgance Commitlee, Bowling I,flf,g,,,., ffmhm' mil, rsl y uh, Welgllt Liners Chill, SWi'f""'l"'il. llIlI'llIIIlll'illN, ' SEA YEAR: . Lines I 63- Expfbnt lnlannnr, AlTlf'fll'flY'l lCxpf.ry.y.,y,,M.,lm,H PL r RFI, SS: Afrlrran Corrwt, p,,,,,.1l llinw Im ,ul loneer ll, United States Lim-s ffornpunyl Il.. V W I ' VOLZAGESE Angolff, France, Cpmmny, hilly 'Mm F! ozamblquev Nahonalist Chinn Olcinnwfl 1.,Ir:mH lim!! """" Portugal, Re ublic fs h '.v ' - 1 - -, - n-1.-...,.. " I P Afl'lC3y Spalfl. 0 out Armin' Smith KUNG, 5fr1u!ll l.N'r". 'Q Us llOBER'1' T. KIYOSAKI llnnululu. llnwuii 2M1l'IMX lilablllill Afnhmym, l,Ulll1'll5, Eagle Scouts Society, lmx1e'11l:lIn-nluznl liclulnms fllrllllfll, 'llriclrlll Clllb, Ski Club, ifnlnrm Vlnlf, Ynlsnlx' Vlnln, Vllviyilll l.iflC!'S Club, F00ll'93.ll, llnmmy, llnllamnunl-- Zwl,A Xla!Xlx 5 r, c' li, D:-nl, 8.8. llnwnii, S.S. Oregon, States Nm.-l.fl..11 t .,...1m.,x, 55, l,llllllH'.lVl1llMlll Navigation Companyg 5X IH:-nlfm XK'nls.4m, Arm-num llrvsiclvnl Lines, Ltd.g S.S. UQ,,1,. lf, 3, Ilugml, Cihf-mm. Shipping Company. vcmmczm ct1.,.:..n.4 1x..,.,- hmm. Jnpfm, Mvxicv, Okinawa, l'lanlx1vlv:lnr", fitulmm, :N1llllll Xylvl Nillll, 'll!llllll,Tl'lI1ll3Dd. ,5- lllllAN ll. LAVV g,',,nl.-, XYlNhlnKl0" Qs C0mp:mV3 " ' I K M mul 1 ,an .-H., mum N"'i""NhW -'il-mx Presiflfnl lu, re 4+ 1 Nv -V Q, uwwl-luv N-'l""Y 'l"f"'1aCimn1'1"'Y' l yr I I l ' ll '- l 'br'-.l ur-l llu'N"'ll Shlvvn-V C PCE " ' ' ' " 'A " , . re + ',, l'l'illlk'i. ' . HN 11 I lf Z 4,w.,,, cn -mln" llkwll lweiu. NTFYUCO' 1, 1 ., Q ,. :fm 1.,..1. lfl"""'f" MnQlnlg:1PH'f9' . , 1 . N - , . v, , mi V.. .01 Ink:-' IU, l4""""l" 94 H , AGDEN' Pf " Sllllii? ' Vein: '-"' Swarm'-ef l'OY,f.CE9 512' HAL 511. ll Olzil ., I ul 'fl e I WDM:- 4 A- n vw ,g 53,4 Y: . lhtglg 5 L mmf- HN., C , 'qv l0l4fJu Er.. ' 'QE gh N X I Qt xi RICHARD IAY KLEIN R.D. it2, North East, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Bowling League, Wrestling, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Maria, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. American Veteran, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Oregon, States Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Canada, Colombia, Ecuador, Great Britain, Haiti, Hong Kong, Ireland, Jamaica, Iapan, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Scotland, South Korea, Venezuela. E li, 3, ARTHUR IOEL LEVINE Newton Centre. Nlzlssawlnlsvtts 9573-X ROBERT CARL KOCH Naples, Florida ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club CPresidentl, Marine Tech- nology Society, Football, Baseball, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Ticonderoga, Keystone Tankship Company, Inc., S.S. Del Valle, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc., S.S. Quisueya, United Fruit Company, S.S. Dolly Turman, S.S. Ruth Lykes, S.S. John Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Dahomey, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Ghana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Netherlands, Nigeria, Panama, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Viet Nam. 1 - 1 f ' 1 ,f ,Lf ,H A 1, f.-A' Y L ,M ,, , ,f , , I X Wye, if If liizi NWN lffi i i 1' 1' Y J faajfiggv -ctfvag fr,- ,, . ,XVI f Y Y , V X . . . X ACADEXIY HIQKQIJHIJ l',,lf,m, Hl'1llYIll'llfIll Information Service fchiugfy, Ski Club, lfzwsilv flluvli, fiziilimg, llowinll, Imfumumls' Ylflll Q 3 lfvnlvvl Slzvlwx, 5 9, XllH'l'll'7lll lI1ll7"rlf'r' Uniiod States Lines f'fnvul1.uu1v, luv , '58, Uffllllt SS. lNlormz1CCaDP, xvlfmrrf-Xlrffwvmmlt I mlm, luv- "9 'Y l'11'NLi1lf'll' llillwf- 'lxmprwxnn P!'I'Sl1lf'Yl' 1.mf"- Ili! NH l'vl""' Xi'l"- "xm',"i':m Exllfm' lslirrlrufltw-yn time luv v 'S ll' l,o-.u:U'V'- HVW Oil :md pmo- linv- fforp VUY Vilfb li .lv mir '4 f 4 i-,li in 4 um: ,ua ffvprus, lJl'lllll2ll'k, lflylktx lwnl :ml I 4 qi ,ii Hui lun, fQl'v'4'1'w, Illllllfl lvlll-'lv lmlm li., ,wi xi y , Uni i,1 Nlavlivmirlur-, Nllllllllllllq f:Il!Il.i xiii.. ,e. Q i3L,,,,-y. Itiltwslan, llllllillllil, l,Ui:m"l P' V1 vzni ,VNAI V 1 WANI ,M , ,,, s,,,,,N g,,,,i.'1 Umon, glmlu fvxml, , 'y,, qu, w K H, rrlr Itlinml'-, M Q RAYMOND RICHARD LONG Miami Lakes, Florida ACADEMY RECORD: International Relations Council, llutliu Club, Regimental Band, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Gulf Trader, Gulf and South Aim-rica Lima, Inc.g S.S. Del Sud, Delta Steamship Lines, luv.: S.S. tflznilmrxu Gulf and Puerto Rican Lines, Inc., S.S. llrinton l.yI4vs. I-NWN Brothers Steamship Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Clnilr, Column- bia, Curacao, Ecuador, France. Germany, Crvnt llrituiu, japan, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, South Virt Num, Uruguay, Venezuela. THOMAS DAVID McCORMICK West Hartford, Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club M'1,-h' ball, Baseball, Intramurals. , Us mmm C""n'il. I"vmt' SEA Y - - . Li Elzll. S.S. Eacport Atrlc, Amr-nr-an Export'I-.llrmultw-v. negf, H0-S S.S. Santa Merc-rzrlrls, Cram- l.inr-Q I1 I 1 g argentina?SMXore-Mcflormarik Limbs, Imw gg. Afniuii anger. . . '. . , . '? A HH PanY, IHC. mencan Forwardlri UUIUWI Start!-'i I.imw fiom VCLQAGCES: Argentina, Barbados, II:-lgium, Ilrzwil, Lhilitl 1,,1,,,,, Ireia dYDli11S, I cuador, Germany, Cr:-at Ilritain, fin-wr HHH, P n , srae, Iammca, Morne-ml, N,.lh,,,.lHmh Pm. f I' . Offtlgiil, Scotland S ' . ' A ""' "" l pam, Turkry, llrnwmy, V,.,,,,7:H,lTt' I ' ROBERT PATRICK MAGEE Springlit-Icl. l'c'nnsyIvnnin At TAI IIQMX ltlut It Htl D. Iii uriups, Nrwmzuz Club, Catholic Choir, Vlcnylll Ialtmla Klluli, IIIIIIIIIIIIIHIS, SIGN ll'i.'XIi' NS, lX1tlIlIllIl'llI',.'lI, INlOlll't'-IYlCCOI'I'!'l3ClC Llne5,II1C., S.S. Mnnnn Ilnuu, I-'mu-II Iam-s, luv., S.S. Pioneer Myth, llmtrtl Statler. Iam-. thnupzuly, luv., S.S. Santa Elena, Grace IIIIIIN, lIIL'. YOYAC lI'lfi llc Iyxunu, Klllllf', cllllllllllllll, lbflllllllllk, ECLt3Cl0l', H0l1g IXUIIV, Igtlmll, Iirnvu, lxlftlillllllllllllj N:tIir1tl:tllSl Clllnil, Nether- Iznule, Nmuny, l':m:mm, llmu, Vltilippinvs, Republic of South Aliuzn, fiulltli knit-zu, Btltllll Ural AlI'lCIt, SWCCICH, T!tl1Z2111l2t. fUA Al,lIlilI'l' ANTHONY MELVIN I mt llt'lt'nn. Mnntlnl il I nf-mir-ni COW' M ,XIII Nll Ill t tllrll lltrltlltft. lutvrtuttiotlul tmnumilsi tml. ,ln l Item Ilfptm-1-til lliill lgultll, n C mpg,-ly., - 1,'tPS 10 ', -.I x ll xl: r, I, 1 ...vas sm.-, I I-ltr-l 5'1"f'i1e,:l Lines, Ltd-- Iut N Y X't.Hmf.tt. Xu!--is -lnu'tle.ln IYUK -.-, u sm., r-1.4,-I-tilt'lI"""'am' - PhiliP' . A-.Q CIIIII3- X in xr.: K. ln, ,,r,,.,1. t....,1ll, Iapm, Nntaonlvllt' tum - H fmt. X I-t N tm 'I Inulaml, Immunit- if A-ij, JOHN ANTHONY MAZZA Fort Laiudcrclallc, Florida ACADEMY RECORD: Ni-giim-iil.il illiilll'llIL1fiK'Jl1 Sc-rvice, Dc-hate Council, C-Hh0liU CIWUE 5-'UUIY Hf Nxlvul .Xrcliitects and Marine Enuinccrs, Ski Club, Xliflsliipmen Council Rowin . R v g- Intrnmuiuils, Sailing. SEA YE.-XR: SS. Sir ,Iohn l"r.mkIin, SS. .'xfiJ1l'ltiC', American Export-Igbixindtsvn Liiicy, im-.g 5.5. .Xfric.in Sun, Fiirim-il Lines 1,194 S.S. Argontinn, 8.5. Niminiiuvugn, Mimrc-McCormf1ck Lines, Inc. YOYACES: Bi-igium, lla-nmgirk, Finlgiml, Fixinu-, C-Ormnny, Great Britain, Icclnncl, XV4'filk'l'iLl!'lkiS, Nwrwgiy, Pwlgind, Puerto Ric , . ., .. S . .. 0, Republic of buuth ,xi'I'lL'Ll, oxiut Union, Spain, Sweden, Virgin Islands. RICII KRD I.. NIILLER XXilil4'rU1ii1-, Uiiiu ACXDIQXIN H1-1 futiii 'P V 'V' 'i "i 'V l"" """""ig xiii!! -i N ' , ,, ,. ,4 I i- ivii il'-H iiUl1'9, Inf, A, 'ii A '1 ii' i " 1"'i gf Prfki' 4' tm' ' 'W' ii" Q S I'rv1v!f-if M VOYXLIH 'Wi' "Vi" 'Yan 1i,l. in I "U i" Small, bg ,X W al! Q .UW w A- K Mill ii V, . i .- L XA ,Ji .yy . J X, ax, V 155. -JL xxllgv if 'QC R 1, ,.,,,., .,, fx is-, 1 ei 1-Ax 'AKLWQ-1xs'4kL2"S ,l I Jig f 1 if Ng lx ,R if-X qpigtp ,QQ ',,.33!,-A' up 3 ,Q To ,tiff xii Q ia"5""fM iff- ,t . vp , M1 L- Y 'fi 'QJTX ,+ 5 L .f wx S fb"-. ' ' N , L' . 1' A -. : . ., ,f ,. WPA f-, Q :Jin Lge.-ff .?'5ff,f,:xuRfgQ'-C, ' J .1H"fg9,T "q5'Si 'i I: My 'ily'-.AE,fx, ' A X tix T"e.3,,- uv' XXAM 1, , .SQ V if 7. 'X' JEFFREY GRANT OLSON Rogers, Minnesota ACADEMY RECORD: Club, Weight Lifters Club, Va 't Cl l R I' -,V ' V' Team, Rifle, Intramurals. TSI y u L Cgnmnml UNH GIGS Club, Bowling League Trident SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormaclak 1 , H V Cormack Lines, Inc., S.S. Australian Reef, Farrell Linr's,4 Inf-, C, S.S. Mormac-vr-ga Monro Mr. VOYAGES: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil ldcnrnqrk Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Sweden, Uruguay EDVVARD JOHN MURPHY Jersey City, New Jersey ACADEMY IUCCOHDL Nvwmnn Club, Trident Club, Ski Club, Sports Pulmlicily, Funllmnll, ll'All'I1lllllY3lS. SEA YICAR: S.S. llimnwr Moor, United States Lines Company, luv.: S.S. lixport Cmnir-r, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Ina-.1 S.S. lilnna lh-ar, l'ac-iiiv Far East Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Adm-la, Crm-v l,invs. lm-.3 S.S. lluwaiian Queen, Matson Naviga- tion Clcnnpzlny, luv. VOYACI-IS: Alyu-ria, Aruba, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, lytlllllllliilll livpulmlic, czl'CL'Cl'. Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan, Liln-rin, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Porlupiul, Smith Rorvzi, South Viet Nam, Spain, Turkey, Varna-zuvlu. mfg WILLIAM HENRY ORLASKEY NVllit4'stum'. New York . - R i- ACAlJl'llN1Y Illfiffllllllz Inu-unulimml xllt'lllil0llS Collfiniis Crib, llli'1llill lj.lllf'4' c:UlllllllHFl', VNVNYIIHIII L-lllll, Xl Clgllt Ll Martial flvls S4-vu-lx, lim-llvall, Intramurals. IC. SEN YICXIY NS, Mmumunail, Nlllilfl'-NlCC0l'l11IlCli IJYIIS1' S.S. S.S. l'rc'sicl1-nl ll1U'l'lL, Miwrimlvv llfvililem I-'mes' I, AIlll'll1'JlIl llzumim-r, l'nih'ml Slalvs l,im's CWIIWWY- Inc' ' yt Etl1i0Pm' VOY'XIZI'fK4 lim-lvuuui, lln.-fil, C'e'vluu, llvmmirk. .E!3grilv Japan' l'll!li.lll1l, l'lJllll'1', fil'Illl.lllV. llllllll' KONI- lndm' rkskinawa, . . , . k, . l ' ' iAlili1lX'NIiI, Nylllcm lllNl 1 lima, Nt'lllk'Il.ll1ll'v lxonlflll Trinidad- l'nLisI.m, l'.umm1, l'Hl.lll4l, Siixt:.11ml'm'. 5l'1lm' Slut? ' ,,'1D"" S 1 . FRANK E. NESPOLI Irwin, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club, Bowling League, Varsity Club, Weight Lifters Club, Football, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Moon, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Constitution, American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. Mormacdraco, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark, Hong Kong, Iapan, Kenya, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, St. Thomas, South Korea, Sweden, Tanzania. i HANSELL ANTHONY PLAUCHE, IR. Pineville, Louisiana ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, Newman Club, Bowling League, Trident Club, Varsity Club, Basket- ball, Track, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Margaret Lykes, S.S. Reuben Tipton, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc., S.S. Del Oro, S.S. Del Campo, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Iapan, Nationalist China, Panama, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela. ALFRED 1. NOVAK New York, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Midshipmen Council, Baseball, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Excelsior, American Export-lsbrancltsen Lines, Inc., S.S. American Charger, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Leslie Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong, Kong, India, Italy, Iapan, Morocco, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, Tunisia. .law 'S THOMAS WALTON RICHARDSON Falls Church, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Newman Club, XVeight Lifters Club, Policy Board, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. Pioneer Moon, S.S. American Charger, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Santa Lucia, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Dominican Republic, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Kenya, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, South Korea, South West Africa, Tanzania, Venezuela. t JOHN RODNEY RICGS Chesterton, Indiana ACAIDICMY liliCUliD: Trident Cluh, Sl-ci Club, Sailing, Intra- niuruls. SEA TI'fAli: 19.5, Rubin Cray, Moore-McC0rrnaCk Lines, Inc., S.S. l'nulm'iitiul Uct'unic't, l1l'lllll'llllill Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Soiin, Cium- Lines, Inu., S.S. Australian Surf, Farrell Lines, luv., S.S. l't-nnsylvuniu Sun, Sun Oil Company. YOYACIICS1 Australia, lit-rmudn, Colombia, Dominican Republic, lfn-nt-li l'uli-iwsiqn. tin-4-of-, Italy, Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico, lit-public ul Sfxlltll Africa, South West Africa, Turkey, Vene- zum-lu, Virgin Islands. f f 5. MICHAEL ROBERT SAVOY Jackson, Michigan ACADEMY RECORD: Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Austral' G1 F - Momnacrigel, Moore-Meg: akaxyf' arrell Lines, lnc.4 5.8 . mm mes, I Racer, United States Lines Company Inc imdg gqrilftngvlfln , ., . ... .. 1 lvm, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, Belgium, Chile, Denmark Fcufndr r F - -1 Polynesia, German ' " Nm ' Y, Mexico Netherlands I' land, Sweden. , ' mama' Pom' PU' fff ffl W f 0 ff W 5 'TQ Jiff- 'ffzwg 17' ,I CARY DARIN SCHADE Uxlurtl. Cf0IllIOL'lll'llI . .' tholic Amin-zmx' uw-mm 1a.ua....-..n..1 lufurumtnon semce, C3 tlhmr, Ski l'luh, 'l'rausk, lutruinuruls. , - Coni- SICA YI-XXI! SS Xml-iin.ui ltuugvr, UllIlK'Cl States Lines IC.. 1 . 95 Il s lriltlt, 'lm ., Sh' Xl.-iinauzim-, hIuuru-hwltirliflllllck 5.21655 Inu 8.5-. ll xprnl 'Xuh-, Nun-ru'uu lxxpurt-lslvranflt,SenXl Eiria Lvllei, SN, lla-l Klan, IM-lm Sli-.nnslnp l.iut's. luv.: 1' m f:nv'Inc. SS Xkillnun I tl,--Q, lxkus llmthrrs Stvzuushlp Cflmp' -' - 9 itll HLIVS Xit:,uliIuni.i, lhllililtilli, llvllllllm' Hmmm' g,,,.,,,,.. l.,,,,,.1, llnlx, l.np.un, lNlm'mw-0, Netherlnnalm Turkey, l'-vlltuml, l'm-it-1 lima' Huntlx lxul'k'1l. Sllillll- qflllltltlti, UIllU,ll.nx, lt'llt fuvl-1 Q61 X JACK E. SANDS Butte, Montana ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Service, Regi- mental Broadcast Unit, Protestant Choir, Christian Council, Midshipmen Council, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Illinois, States Steamship Company, Inc., S.S. President Garfield, S.S. President Polk, American President Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Canada, Ceylon, Egypt, France, Ireland, Italy, Iapan, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Singapore, South Viet Nam, Spain, Thailand. I? .L mx COURTNEY DENNY SCOTT, IR. Rockville, Maryland ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Protestant Choir, Christian Council, Marine Technology Society. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Polk, American President Lines, Ltd-3 S.S. Hawaii, States Steamship Company, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYACES: Bahamas, Curacao, Hong Kong, IHDHD, Nationfili-W China, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, South Korea. fmfxx Aix' if .A Q .i ' 7 Ei , ,fy 5 1 :JJ if 5, ' in" all l V f e ,x Y , I i '4' , , ' f I cf' 'gy ' if ,Q , , P R I f 4' f Q A ' I fi X 4' , A ' 1 , V n ' -. ' r, "4'- N' ' -YS? ' .h 'nhl x 7' 'I' x-Rx. Evrk Carailtmira X i X N 5 X f'3:7lxEfQ :"'-f N -, 'Q 6553. ' -" ,A J - -,,- , g i., J - ,pw 1, x- 3- U A- 55155. ASX ,i 3 ' wr- Rs, , ,f in 1 3,5 -' wifi. ' 'Q-' N kg XX A- , S: i r f -A iq ' . Q ai, N, ,UMW ,.i ,' , 'X 31 XL-'gsfg X-of fa Zi XX: rigrs 'gtx , 'bill' NT? RX ,Qi L, Q ' h 'ljfwx 'rj ,gg if-,X '-fgflfl ' ' "' vii N1 5 i i ,X , ,HM N lkxe. 'fiffq Rx hx. Nj, A L Q X. ' Rl, K X, Y V .- fr -fx' 11. 15, .RL Y. , CfXfpfy z V. ,f , M M, ffmdfv ,mfw iw, 4fy,U,, X, RICHARD PAUL SNYDER Jacksonville, Florida ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, International Relu- tions Council, Newman Club, Trident Club, Paramarinci-5 Ski Club, Radio Club, Weight Lifters Club, Intramurals. , SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormaclynx, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.- S.S. Pioneer Mill, S.S. American Corsair, United Smmq 'I-lined Cfjmpanyf Ina? SS' Constitution, American Export-Isbrknndtsen Lines, Inc. ' ' VOYAGES: Antigua, Barbados, Belgium, Denmark, Frzinve Crr-qi Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Japan, Lebanon Liby'1V4,Nl'1rlKi- nique, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Okinawa Pfif llama, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Ric M o South Koran S 'fly' Tunisia, Turkey, Virgin Islands. , 1 Wum' A GRANT WAYNE SMITH North Hills, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RIECORD: B1'ari1igs, Regimental Dance Committee, Sm-ii-ly of Nnvnl An-liili-cts :incl Marine Engineers, Varsity Club, Policy llmlrml, Szliliml. SEA YEAR: S.S. Aim-iii-:iii lmporter, S.S. United States, United Stziti-s Lines Coiiipziiiy. Inc., S.S. Mormacglen, Moore-Mc- Ccirmzick l.im's, luv.: 5.3, l7i'vLlCriCk Lykes, S.S. Sheldon Lykes, Lykr-s liiwmllii-i's Sli-:imsliip Company, Inc. VOYACICS: Arigcntinai, Brazil. Fi-nncc, Germany, Great Britain, Crt-4-co. llcmg Kong, li-olnncl. Italy, japan, Lebanon, Libya, Nnlionzilist Chinn. llainamizi, Philippines, Scotland, South Korea, Spain, Tnnisizi, Turkey. EDMUND T. SOMMER, IH- lk-lliosdn, Mnrylflild ACADEMY IKICCUND: Smiling. -n American SIKA YICAN: S.S. lilyiriix Trzulvr, S.S. Constiiuh0 , United lhlimi-lslmniicltsi-ii Lines luv.: S.S. Amerwfm Igfxeifd-MCCOI. Slilliql lin:-Q ffmiupaiiiy, llltxg S.S. Nl0rlIIflCl8k9., 0? c iunvk ljiwsa, lmxg SS, Smiln l.uuiS1l. CTBC? L1n95, n ' I 'um , 7 VUYAKIIHS, Aim-iiliiiii, Afurvs, llailmnms, Rnleric lSlnndSig:h?3pia, lluriiiliium lit-pinlilu-, llulcli AVON Illdivgi .Egyphl Libya, I"rqim'4-, lin-iuli Slllllilllillllll, llilimllflf. India, nuybfllguayn Mwiuii-ii, Aliiimiii, l'uii.uiiu. l'0rlngul, Sfmin- Sudan' l"l'nvfuf'l:l JAMES RONALD SMITH Kingston, Termessee ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Regimental Information Service, Ring Committee, Camera Club, Regimental Band, Cross Coun- try. SEA YEAR: S.S. Norman Lykes, S.S. Sylvia Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.: S.S. Marazan, United Fruit Company, S.S. Gulf Shipper, Gulf and South American Steam- ship Company. VOYAGES: Belgium, British Honduras, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, France, Gemmany, Great Britain, Hon- duras, Indonesia, Iapan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Pana- ma, Philippines, Singapore, Venezuela. ff., V I fr f' - 712' .9 Owl fpiffiff iff f fav 'zz :- ' -ff, f : 7761127 -' a as V! if f f KY. LAURENCE E. STEPHEY St. Louis, Missouri ACADEMY RECORD: Swimming fTeam Captainl- SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacscan, S.S. Mormacpride, Moore-Mc- Cormack Lines, Inc., S.S. Export Aide, N.S. Savannah, Amen- can Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYACES: Argentina, Brazil, Curacao, CYPTU5, Greece, Ham' Israel, Italy, Morocco, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Ufuguayf Vene' zuela, Virgin Islands, Yugoslavia. X X I x .f"xf?J ' K C. ROBERT NORMAN SMITH Slidell, Louisiana ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Regimental Information Service, Eagle Scouts Society, Christian Council, Sports Publicity, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Louise Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Com- pany, Inc., S.S. Quisqueya, United Fruit Company, S.S. Del Santos, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Sofia, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Brazil, British Honduras, Colombia, Costa Rica, Honduras, Hong Kong, Japan, Nationalist China, Panama, South Korea, Venezuela. Am BRUCE MICHAEL THOMPSON New Berlin, Wisconsin ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Eagle Scouts Society, Newman Club, Catholic Choir, Trident Club, Ski Club, Radio Club, Weight Lifters Club, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Buchanan, American President Lines, Ltd.: S.S. American Forwarder, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Mormacdawn, Moore-McCormack Lines, ,Inc.3 S.S. Santa Mariana, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. Edward B. Greene, Cleveland Clilfs Iron Company. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Ceylon, Colombia, Ecua- dor, Egypt, France, Great Britain, India, Italy, jamaica, Na- tionalist China, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Singapore, Spain, Uruguay. ii RONALD GENE THORNTON Cincinnati, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Bearings, Trident Club, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacsaga, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., S.S. President Adams, American President Lines, Ltdgg S.S. American Rover, United States Lines Company, Inc.g S.S. Lucia, Grace Lines, Inc. Santa VOYAGES: Argentina, Aruba, Belgium, Brazil, Ceylon, Colom- bia, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Hong Italy, japan, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Kong, Oki- nawa, Pakistan, Panama, Singapore, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela. SI-HRAS MICHAEL WALKER Fort Leavenworth, Kansas Q , MARTIN GEORGE VVEBER, Cherry llill. New jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Ne Cl b R ' ' Wmafl U , Gglmental Drill Team, MZADI-ZMY lll1X1OllD: Howling Imagine, Weight Lifters Cu l Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacbay, Moore-McCormack Lines Inc- S.S: African Mercury, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. Pioneer, Ma ti United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Constitution Ameii: iigeibillcgrt-Ishrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Maria, Grace VOYAGES: Argentina, Ascension Islands Barbados Bl. Brazil, Colombia, Curacao, Denmark, Einlandl Ilhn eiimm' Iamaiea, Japan, Kenya, Martinique, Mozambiqius Ngt. 'mg' China, Netherlands, Norway, Panama Philipyiinesalrfwnnhst Rico, Republic of South Africa, South,Korea Swede glfirm zania, Trinidad, Venezuela, virgin Islands. ' H' nn' Varsity Club, liuotlmll, llawlmll, lntramurn S. SEA YEAR: S.S. lilornnu-lake, RlllUl'l'-R'lCClll"lllflC'k Lilfesf - is Cin " S.S. l'lwpm'l filnunpimi, fiuwiicnn ltNvwrl-lSlW1llllh54n Lm S.S. Ilnwalii, Shih-s Slvauuslnip Cmnpaliy, IHC- VOYACIICS: Argentina, nl'2l'lli, lframw-, llnly. Inpfm' O ldlilimwiiivs, South Korea, Spain. Tluiilaml, TllYkl'l'- kinawfi lb. f ,Y if is BRUCE SEBRING VAN DER LINDE Free Union, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Marlinspike Club, Radio Club, Varsity Club, Marine Technology Society, Sailing, Tennis, Track, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Champion, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Mormacisle, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. African Moon, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. Penn Challenger, Penn Shipping Company, S.S. Ponce City, XVorld XVide Transport Company. VOYAGES: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, French Polynesia, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Jamaica, Libya, Mexico, Nether- lands Antilles, Panama, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Spain, Sweden, Trinidad, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela, Virgin Islands. sf? 'z fm, ROBERT V. H. WEINBERG Stoddard, Wisconsin ACADEMY RECORD: Engle scouts society, society Of Naval Architects and Marino Engineers, Varsity Club, Football, TVVTQS' tling, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: Dv-I Norte, Delta Steamship LNCS, IW33 Kenneth McKay, SS, John LYlf"S, Lffkffs Bfothcfs Steamship Company, Inc., S.S. Gulf Ilzinkcr, Gull' and South Ameflfn Lines, ln:-. VOYAUES: AI'11f'Y1llTl2l, ll2ll'l75lfl0S, lla-lgiilni, llflwlli Cllllfl, Cfllom' bm, C,,,,m.,l,,-X l,jf,,,,,1,,,-7 jf,-gymvf-, fil'I'lllZlY'Iy, flrcxlt Britain, Kenya, Ncthf-rlrxnrls. llllfllllllll, ll"l"l, IDUIHYNI, l'0i'l11L!11cs4: East Africa, llc-pulilizz ni' Smith f'XIri1':1, "I':mfzmi:1, Trinivlacl, Uruguay, Vene- Zur-lu. E : f.,g.,a.....f.a1a.a lt, H! Ji' i '1y.,lHqtgi'::'X,, 4 W i x WW wiy, it iw ,i ,x ,AQ ,Xxx kr! -ai ir 'T' 'ii ' 4 hifi? KZ N , X' N all 'I'-J 1 '-'iii ' N rs lr i A TW V, ri 51 F Nh 1 . u , Q! Ig: i X i 1, h fl V, 'EAA e, ' i tliygf ,V eil' I' wil- "4 fi Mfr il x,,f- 4 V gf, , 4 -- if 1 . Jw-xx If, f at - 'SfrQQ'lj,1,:37i',. x ,gif +5 ef 1+-A-'film-. N 1 wg 3 , ,, ,M ' f -' . N41 Q sa, it. iz, ii 1 XYgwQfFL..,, 'l ,LJ il ,f al ,LUV K ,IE , YJ, 1, , XXQQMEX .wk ,411 gh, w 1 - .- , 1 'WFQQX'-i V' f I l r Jw? f tx, -T' -r , M.5i'Kin'1ykN x' . ,Xxx tm., . i, X 'u.,. ,tw f S X x ,igk ,. f , RX xl -,,,,-,gl ,f V, S N, L A ,-X XV, J, X: XXX Qglidf Qlvf Cl lldvxiji 5 x 1.1 iff4,lf'4lffZq'1!X7A QCLJCX, lim 1 ,4 MICHAEL DOWNING WHOLEY Lawrence, Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Service, Regi- mental Dance Committee, Bowling League, Ski Club, Varsity Cluh, Regimental Drill Team, Tennis, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Brazil, S.S. Morniacaltair, Moore-McCormack Lines. Inc., S.S. Key Trader, Keystone Tankship Company, S.S. Briuton Lykcs, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc. VOYACES: Algeria, Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, British Vtlcst Indies, Brazil, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Italy, Lebanon, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Puerto Rico, Spain, Sweden, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Virgin Islands. FRANK ZABROCKY Seymour, Connecticut ACADEMY lllil if Jlll7: Ftmutlmll. SEA YICAN: SS. llulmiu l.ot'l4slvy, lttuort--Mccorinnck LiIl?5gt::I:i 5.5. Dolly 'l'xu'uum, SS. livslit- l.yk0S, IrykeS Broth6l'S Nliilr Clzuupauy, lute. , eat VUYAUICS: Aw:-misiuli lslzuuls, llvlglilllll. lwlmccr Gefmanyiqglaer. llritaiu, lapzui, K4-uya, Malagasy lte'pul1liC. Ni02f'ml'f'W'fi, nzanial lamls, lla-iuilrlir til' South fltrit-a, South Korea, Swim, 8 1 Q qQ4s I 1 Q 0 ' 1 1111 I 4 1 x Y 6 9 I. 1' 0 QQ 1 1' ' 4: 'J' in inv Mrahnatvn l 1' i l x 4 X ls' V-A W 'Vs 'VN 1-'lr' Q N Ml my i www X X I 5 1. 3: 'i xXXQ' A X' 1 .4 4 , t 'il' r fvn' r Jfywf-P Ilwglngf if I -s X H lf f ir 1 4 i w 1 220 CHARLES I. ADAMS Livermore, Cnlifomia ACADEMY lllititlllllz Engle St-outs Society, Intemational Rela- Cmmvil. lh-ott-stmit Choir, Christian Council, Trident tions rt-liitt-cts :incl Murine Engineers, Ski Cluli Sm-ia-ix' uf Nuvul A Ch-lil hfmsiti' Chili, Mnrim- 'l'z-4-linology Society, Rifle, Sailing, lntrzunuruls. SEA YI-ZAR: S.S. ti. li. Dont, Stntvs Steamship Companyg S.S. Prf-sidr-nt Cxnllc-lcl, S.S, President Polk, American President l,llll'S, l.ttl. VOYMIICS: lh-rmmln, Cm-ylon, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, lt: lv, ln mn, Mnluysin, Nationalist Chinn, Philippines, Okinawa, l. , l l'ulcistnn, Pamzimu, Sinixnporv, Spam, South Korea. l Q JOHN JOSEPH BAIOR llnyonm-, New lersry' ' Q Council. Siem All-fllTlV.NiY lllzt tlllll lllll'lllililUlllil llt'lMl0Il- ' l Colm. Minis 1-uilxl, Nm-xuimu llulv, llulxlxy' Slltlp, Mlflshlpmen til, lhillllltlf I Sl'l.'l llhkli N N l ximri lknultrl, llNlt'PPlNlfl'lCe- l'lKl'f'fl' lsl-mmltst it l umm, lm ,, SS. Anivtlvilll Racq' lnC.i l'lHlI'N l,llIl'N, lm , N N Szililu lNlLtjltlRlt'l18, Grice Lines, S 'M hl"llH1l4 l-ilu, Nh-.nv Mtt urmuvk l.im'5, Inc' Chile' X-in 'V-V5 'Xli'l'lItl, 'xllU'ltilllll, Aforvs, llflgillm' BmmLGl'B69'i 1 llllrllilum, lw lmnltn, lttlllx V, ilt'l'l1lkIl1V, Glhfllflfi Pam ll Ili, l.nm.m ,i I uint Xlgigmhi, Nrlhvtlntlllii Pinama' Nl"""f 'HIP' x. I ttiuun-rs, llmgtmy. fr 4351 DONALD WAYNE ADAMS Markham, Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Debate Council, Arts and NVorld Affairs Committee, Bridge Club, Regimental Drill Team, Propeller Club, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Exministcr, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Mormacdraco, lNloore-IXIL-Cormack Lines, Inc.g S.S. American Chieftain, United Statcs Lincs Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark, Egypt, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Italy, japan, Kenya, Nladaizascar, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Por- tuguese East Africa, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Tanzania, Thailand. f-'Ilia-V I-ah FRED W. BAYLES Colorado Springs, Coloradf! ACADEMY RECORD: lifvzringv, Eagle Scouts Society, Bowling League, Hobby Slmp, lntraimirals. SEA YEAH: ss, cznifim mir, im,-im Im East Lines, IHC-2 S.S. California, Slnlz-'Q Slwiiiw-,liip Cmiipany, Inc., S.S. Santa Flavia, Cram- Lines, lm: VOYACES: Czivlzwrlm ffnlfmibizi, ffm--,izi Rica, lj4Jl1llI'1l1'Ill'l ll0D'llTllCv El Salvzirlor, fluiitwvifilsi, lltHlfl"'7l3. lltlllil Kmlili lilllim' Mcxicn' Nlirlway l'il:tmls, Nlvznrslfliial, fll4lvi:li,x:l, lliltllllllll, Philllllllncgi Venezuela. EUGENE EDWARD ALLEY Beaumont, Texas ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Varsity Club, Football, Wrestling, Rowing. SEA YEAR:' S.S. Mormacscan, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., S.S. American Corsair, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Velma Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Brazil, France, Great Britain, Greece, Japan, Italy, Morocco, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Panama Puerto Rico, South Korea, Spain, Trinidad, Turkey. DONALD ALAN BECKMAN Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Debate Council, Eagle Scouts Society, Ring Committee, Protestant Choir, Christian Council, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ski Club CPresident7, Varsity Club, Hobby Shop, Propeller Club, Foot- ball, Rowing, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: N.S. Savannah, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.: S.S. Gulf Knight, Gulf Oil Corp., M.V. Tamara Guilden, Transport Commercial Co., S.S. Prudential Seajet, Prudential Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Israel, Italy, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Yugoslavia. THOMAS JOSEPH BORZELL Great Neck, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Bearings CEd't -' -Ch' f C Track, Golf, Intramurals. lor m le J, ross Country' SEA YEAR: S.S. President Hayes, S.S. President Fillmore Amer- ican President Lines, Ltd., S.S. Mormaccape Moore:McCor- mack Lines, Inc.: S.S. American Builder, S.S. American Chief- tain, S.S. United States, United States Lincs Company, Inc VOYAGES: Brazil, Ceylon, France, Germany, Great Britqin giflg K0HZiJIYfdi21, Italy, lapan, Malaysia, Nationalist China: i 4 1 r ROBERTSON H. BENNETT Massapequa, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental information Service, Eagle Scouts Society, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engi- neers, Ski Club, Propeller Club, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: N.S. Savannah, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.g S.S. Prudential Seajet, Prudential Lines, Inc., S.S. Mor- macrigel, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.: S.S. Santa Mercedes, S.S. Santa Magdalena, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. Export Courier, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYACES: Belgium, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Germany, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Jamaica, Libya, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Peru, Rumania, Spain, Sweden, Tunisia, Turkey. RICHARD EDGAR BOYER Roselle Park, New Jersey ACADEMY iucczoimr izogammmi lirmcc committee, Proteifltgf Cllflif, Christian Council, Bowling Lcnguc, Varsity Club, ' Shllllllfifl Council, Propeller Club, Rowing, lntramllrills- SE-'X YEAR: S.S, Ann-ricuu Courier, S.S. Newcastle ViCt0f5'v PWUCOF Crvvv, United States Lines Cmupany, Inc., S.S: .M0Ellace Pfffm, MOKIH'-McCuruuxck Lines, lutzg S.S. Santa Cecilia, ra Lmcs, Inc, VOYACES2 Argentina, llmzil, Colombia, Dominican llepubhs' IWIUICU, Crt-ut llriluiu, Netherlands Antilles, Japan, Panam' Smllll Viet Ninn, Uruguay, Venezuela. Eagle Engi- Lines, Mor- 'cedes, Durier, many, irway, ant id- LS. HC' ECC lic, na, Q nl., L C, THOMAS CHARLES BLAKEMAN Atlanta, Georgia ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Trident Club, Ski Club, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. James Lykes, S.S. Louise Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc.: S.S. Quisqueya, United Fruit Com- pany: M.V. Tamara Guilden, Transport Commercial Corp. VOYAGES: Belgium, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Japan, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Puerto Rico, South Korea. ' 4113. JOHN KEITH BRADY Linwood, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Newman Club, Varsity Club, NVeight Lifters Club, Rowing, Track, Intra- murals. SEA YEAR: S.S. United States, S.S. Pioneer Commander, S.S. American Traveler, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Export Buyer, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Mormacbay, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Algeria, Argentina, Brazil, Crete, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, lrlhlilnd, JHDHIL LibYaf Nationalist China, Okinawa, Panama, Paraguay, Philippines, South Korea, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay. Q t I l X w 'K l .v i N N , , X x9YY'Y"L. l , l 5 Sew? l .131 5' -lilif V , -.'-X 5, - ' r -if r. -X X . , l,.-Q ,R Qgyg-u Qi,-,j1.1 X Nl-27 w 41 if.-19-Qnrrwt--in . ' -A , ,-.W 1 . ,,mf1.:i-ii,2.:qEXiw,Na:f-4- 'X we -- ',.:N',:"'lw:- 32'-11L",l-WW-,s:" 7 2 -"',1f'. Neil .1'h1Iq.-,.Xfd'- mi if X Xa- g, ,,,w.,1-T. ,. l -H'-.""'-l.v'1.--'1'Y'-1if-Aff-tit 4-1- A'- ' 1 -'-.4 -'K' or ' -'l"w'.L',l ivxlg .. X QAUK 'ig'1,s,iji'RxXS.X'l- . X ,N Q ,xxxrrrx-X ,M- em ' A . l . X ,uhm l, -1.- V9. ' X f' - 1 if ' gcq, . K 55,1-V, ii' 4 ' ' ' -'. ' if ' ' ,Q X i QPU!" ' 'XEBHQ1 X, xX:G,ff4 . ihfll 'L r, , .A., q In ., kfflu' IAMES CARY CAMERON Lorain, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Regimental Drill 'Fr-ani, Polaris, Policy Board, Regimental Dance Cmmnitloe, Prop:-llc-r Club, Catholic Choir, Varsity Club, Colf, Smsir-ty of Nnvnl Architects and Marine Engineers, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Builder, Aineriean EXDfITl'-lSllTIlI1fllNH'l1 Lines, lne.g S.S. Mormaedraeo, Mrirrnawrigrrl, N1fJflTlt-R'l!'- Cormack Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Cruz, Grace Linf-S, lnru, 8.5. Australian Reef, Farrell Lines, Inc., SS. United Slutr-Q, llnitr-fl States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colornlmin, Denmark, 'lic-iimlm, France, Germany, Great Britain, Crr-or-1-, Kr-nyn, Lillyn, lxfiqmnl. bique, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Prilanrl, ll:-puliliv of Sunil. Africa, Spain, Tanzania, Turkey, Tunisia. ll. CARY BRAUNS linrmlvn City. New Y0rlC K Xl5l"N'll lllillllill' lll'1'IIlll'lll.ll llllilll'lll1lll0l1 SCl'VlC6, Eagle " .Nu C V 4 in C. ,A NMH1 AH-liiu-t-ls and Marine Engi- X NUM g , lx 'wi ull rl I -A mm. 51,1 iflulu, Xgnaily Vllilv, Dllllllljl. xlwli. Ng lq..l,,., tinnriltrllmv, Moo:-e-McCormack Lines slllxi -l'iml1A-inilwl Svillvi. l'l'lHl4'llll5ll Lllwsv Inc-3 SS' Austm' ll 4 1 llnil lxvlhrl lfgiiifll I,llll'K. ln:-. V , .. . V '- fr Portuguese East , A xl plc, f-I 444- ll"l5- klllbl' . ' XURIM l'5',WH1l Nll,:H,m,,,l Hflmlllit- of South Africa, 5P31Hi 1 run. L ' "v ' ' " 'l"mv'mi'n 'lmlwx' U A V ll Affairs xr 'XIDIAXIN lll'f mm xlnl-ww, -his .md N 0U Q Clflollfllf CHARLES CASSA clllllullllll. N1-w Jersey COIII. 1 llllfflls- mllliw Nli iliili, lliulumnllll lllllll- llltrll - Comlifmy' . '. V1 Linvi lxl XI XII H N lmn.. it 'Xl,ul. l 'uwll -Smit!xlirhort-lSl1ffmdtsen lm N R l xx, .il lvnil,p.xHl'll' lmmullllllg-Q llw. lliiuw lui V 'w N Nllxll lwxlll.l. l'lllLlll ll 1' I Rel Italy, , 1 ,,. ' Sl' 1 Hn x4.l1-, 1 t,..,,, iilmn... in ll-'1"'l'lN'l:.c'llxi,:C South Korea' l.i1v,1ie X,.!i.m,1li,1 llimx l'.un.mi.i, llllllplul -' ryllml i,,,1,,l, Xiinfuer-li S X ' A 1' '- E-wie Nlarme Engi, 'ij-1552 Lines, N 5- .-lustra. 5'1i'ii9ap East limi, 5pQm ijlw-IS Com' fywmpam' f iv, tnllfsffn ivrii nah, Nth Korea, LARRY D. BROWN Durango, Colorado ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Ski Club, Varsity Club, Midshipmen Council, Soccer, Gymnastics. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Iauna, S.S. Santa Victoria, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. President Roosevelt, American President Lines, Ltd.g S.S. California Bear, Pacific Far East Lines, Inc. VOYAC-ES: Brazil, Canada, Ceylon, Colombia, Hong Kong, India, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Panama, Republic of South Africa, Singapore, Thailand. f"x I N.. MICHAEL ALDO CERENO St. Charles, Missouri ACADEMY RECORD: Ski Club, Sports Publicity, Football, Wrestling. SEA YEAR: S.S. Lipscomb Lykes, S.S. Dolly Turman, S.S. Leslie Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship COTHDHHY, IDC- VOYAGES: Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, lflpfltni Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, South Korea, South V162 Nam, Spain. WILLIAM MICHAEL BUSHEY Hyde Park, Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: Ski Club, XVeight Lifters Club, Intra- murals. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Clipper, United States Lines Com- pany, Inc., S.S. Mormacscan, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Mariana, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. XVinthrop Victory Pacific Far East Lines, Inc., S.S. Oregon, S.S. M. M. Dant States Steamship Company. VOYAGES: Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Ecuador, Ger- many, Jamaica, japan, Marshall Islands, Nationalist China Okinawa, Panama, Peru, South Korea, Trinidad. r '-SLK I to STANLEY FRANK CHELLUCK BRIAN CLARKE CHANDLER Mineola, New York Wallingford, Connecticut ACADEMY lllCtZOliD: Eagle Scouts Society, Varsity Club, ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Ski Club, XVeigl1t Lifters Club, Martial Arts Society, Hobby Shop. VVl'iL!l1l 1aiHl'l'5 Clllll, Wl'1'SUil1L!- SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Elena, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. Flying SEA Yl-ZAR: S.S. Santa lsalwl, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. American Fish, American Export-Isbrandtserr Lines, Inc., S.S. American fllwuuviou. United Slalvs Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Export F01-ester, United States Lines Cgmpany, Inc, Ag:-nt, Aim-rivaii Export-Islirandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Colombia, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, VOYACIQS: llt-Igium, Cliilv, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Great ' ' llritain, japan, llanmiia, Peru. Great Britain, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, japan, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Venezuela. Z , f 7.gj,qw,.'7wy, 4 I QW W!!-4 J ff iff r Z 4 L? H 1 ZW-2742 'Ma 1 V ' A 4 yfwyfff-fr 0 zz! 1-Z7pH,'!!.f w W 'I ff! ff Y ' if fff f f , if f ff 1 7274 Z2 I f 4 4 0 f , Q, ay! 9.4 , .mf 'ZX 'f if ROBERT IOSEPH c1MocH WILLIAM IOSEPH COSTELLO Mckees Rocks, Pennsylvania ' , l' '. ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club, Intramurals Inglmdp H mm. . Ski Club, SEA YEAR: I , ' " ACIAIHCMY lil'X'Ullll: ll"' 'ital Dance Comnntteey' - Panyf Inc-iSg.E.ArEl2:'-iflzgn Sliales tlairitwi Com- Xllllhiit' lflnli, Vl't'llfllf liiliiliibl Club, Ftiullvflui vvrestlmg' Base Lines Inc.: ss Gulf Prince, Gulf o'1 Lxpm'Smmhsm M" 7 - . y C . ' ' Mormaccape, Moore-McCormack Lines, Ilnc, Orpormmn' Sb' SICA YICAH: SH, lflilililvlll lik.-w, S.S. Louise liykea. SR:-C2212 VOYAGES: A1 - , A , rl Vlvllflllilll, lwlws llmllu-rs Stvunisluip C0-2 Sb- 'an ' France, Creagtenlgritaiiigmliigila BEEel::ii1o?10y?n1l-slggyptilEthiflbia, imiml VNU' '."'--mm: MN. Url Camiw, Dem Steamship ' ' v fl I- 2111, ruguay, ,im-Q, Img . 'nican VUYACICS: llxazil, llritisli llumlurus, Costa Rica' D0mLibYB1 lll'l'Hl'lI1. llmana, Iluiti, llomlurzw. lfflll'-' Iffpmflg key Alrxuu, l'.niu.iIuiu. l'm'rtu lliuv, Slilliil KUTNI. Spain' ur 1 v fs Club, rican Wort -s :feat flub, lase- Dolly' 5470. ishiP 116311 ibya, JOHN A. CHEN Harrington Park, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Ski Club, Cheerleaders, Regimental Drill Team, Tennis, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Adams, S.S. President Buchanan, American President Lines, Ltd., S.S. American Reliance, United States Lines Company, Inc., N.S. Savannah, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Egypt, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Okinawa, Panama, Spain, Singapore, Yugoslavia. THOMAS JAMES COX Mystic Islands, New Iersey ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Varsity Club, Midshipmen Council, XVrestling, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Manufacturer, United States Lines Company, Inc.g S.S. Mormacbay, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., S.S. Frederick Lykes, Steamship Company, Inc. S.S. Sheldon Lykes, Lykes Brothers Italy, Lebanon, Libya, Philippines, South Korea, Spam, um sia, Turkey, Uruguay. ' 27 VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Igqong, t N 2. l 'fin-ii' , x .f.f,':l-v Q.-x . X I, 94, 15 't lifele- T. i567 N -'elsif'-T 'f , wglltqgiiib.-5:,,, ,: 3'--C, -NV gg Qqnelgwm:.111',1iYs:s- J .Q ,. ..1fM1l':f"Q'ri-'1:H::1l2:Lt1fS. 1 -f 2 X15 Alf xifsi 312t+1EH::.Efxl'-lQ.j ffl, Qs fx Ati- -i.,.'1x'-11112 kqfr 1-s:,ifN'2'f.f1 1':'yljf"l'Qg V, X QQ -2 '-11s:1.fsQff:f ti tl , , st, 5 .mx K l 5-,:lg.ht,.qv-,g0'.'Q,f Y. AX, xg? A i M'-if 'QNX' ' " ' - '- Ax :ny ' 6 ' X 'X rf' i X' ', at "' A 44,1 .4 -2' ' --',,,...f y AH j' 5 I 1 X 2.15 ,. X' ' f,'1,.'. . X ' tt l 1 MARTIN E. CRANDALL Dom-horn Heights, Michigan ACADlfIlxlY lll2COllD: Ilvnr TMS, Automotive Interest Club, lloliliy Shop. SEA Yliftllz NS, Stwmimtli, Amerit-:m Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, nc., 8.5, Samlzt llztuln. Grace Lines, lnC.g S.S. Mormacsaga, lVlO0l'C'-lVl4'fiOl'lllilbli Lines, Inv.: S.S. American Forester, S.S. Aim-i-icuii ltlt-it-lmnt, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYACICS: Arulm, Citi-:tt-am, Germany, Great Britain, Haiti, lrvlzmcl, ltarly, jalnmicu, Nctlivrlzmds, Republic of South Africa, Srotlzmtl, South Vtlvst Africa, Spain, Venezuela. 'fx Wig ,f WARREN GEORGE DAY, IR. Manchester, Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: B 'dg Cl lo V ' - Lifters Club, Tennis, Goli, Iiitrarntixrals. mslty Club, Weight SEA YEAR: S.S. Elizabeth Port, S.S. Po S -L d - Inc.5 SS. Exchester, SS. Indcpcndenrctzf, Aiiicrixn Isbrandi.-sen Lines, Inc.g.S.S. Nerth Dakota, s.s. KNQW iiorki Texaco Oil Companyg S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc VCZYAGES: PBaham1as,PBarbados, Greece, Haiti, Israel Italy anama, ortuga, uerto R' , 3 ' ' " West Indies, Yugoslavia. ICO pam, Turkey, Venezuela y 1 al' l l Q JERRY E. DeHAVEN Richmond, Indiana , . , ' f Af,Al,l',lNll tuqctmml fttmmmtivt- lntorvst Club, MHf'1:'khsA's Sm-it-tv, llnlilw Slum, llvigimmitul Drill TCXIN, Intmmu SFA Yl"fXll' 91 N Q'Illl'l Txlt-rc-mlvs fll'tlL'0 Lintes, lnC.3 S-S' L-1111 M4-nrlmnl, Unit:-ml Slam-Q l,im's Cmnlmny, Inc-4 S-S' Gull, Aim'rit'qtu l'iYlHil'l-lilHl'llIllllSl'll liinvs, lnC. Cc-rmany, Great VUYAIIIVN- Vulmnlii-t l-'tuwmlut lfgvpt Frunvf' ' llrulaum, llatilu, lmlm, Italy, Qlzumn, Natlunmltst Clnml.. lgasia, lumix, l':tkislam, l'auuzlum, Vt-tu, lilll'I'ffl RICO, Saudi Sllllillllllt, Hamill lxurt-gt, Spain, vt'llt'lll0lIl. EEL RONALD RICHARD DAVENHALL Scranton, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, Ring Dance Committee, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Sailing, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Newcastle Victory, S.S. Pioneer Cove, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Santa Margarita, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. Export Challenger, American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Italy, japan, Panama, Peru, South Korea, Spain, Yugoslavia. f i'ffgf-ff J, ff w ,-5 ....f+ X . Z PAUL DeVIVO Elmont, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, NVeight Lifte1'S Club. Wrestling, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Minx, S.S. American Charger, United States Lines Company, Inc.: S.S. Export Agent, American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, japan, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines, South Korea. alive- RICHARD EARL DAVIS Pilger, Nebraska ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Regimental Dance Committee, Varsity Club, Midshipmen Council, Track. SEA YEAR: S.S. Tyson Lykes, S.S. Charlotte Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Co.g S.S. Morazun, United Fruit Co., S.S. Gulf Trader, Gulf and South American Steamship C0.g S.S. Esso Baltimore, Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, Inc. VOYAGES: British Honduras, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Honduras, japan, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, South Viet Nam, Venezuela. ROBERT ALLAN DICKEY Fairview Park, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Stella Maris Guild, Newman Club, Color Guard, Football, Baseball. SEA YEAR: S.S. Independence, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Mormaclynx, S.S. Mormacpride, Moore-Mw Cormack Lines, Inc., S.S. American Crusader, United Status Lines Company, Inc. VOYACES: Azores, Belgium, Denmark, France, llong Kong, Italy, Japan, Morocco, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Netlmvr- lands, Norway, Okinawa, Palma, Panama, Pliilippint-s, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, South Korea, South West Africa, Spain, Sweden, Tanzania. f x l , " ,ff WILLIAM JOHN DIETZ Bayside, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Cluh, Sailing, Intrnmurgglg. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormaccapc, S.S. Mormacscan M0rrr--M- Cormack Lines, Inc., S.S. Export Aide, Amerir-an Ilpipmi- Isbrandtsen Lines Inc- SS American Banff gg chief, United sf: ij. - 'f - Eff, Amrfricfm aes inns Company, Inc- VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium B:'.'l C' , H11 Janadn France, Crm.. Israel, Italy, Japan, Morocco, Netlirrilancls, Piinama l'1.rl,,,Zi,l, Philippines, South Viet Nam, Spain, Tm-krgy, Ijmgmlyu ' 'YUX Q THOMAS VVILLIAM DICKINSON Stratford, New Jersey .'Xll.'Xl7liMY lilititlllll: lIllt'l'llllliUllill llelations Council, Christian Clouinil. 'ill'lAlK'lll lflulw, lit-giiuental Band. SILK Ylirtll: S.S. Mormam-io, S.S. Mormacrigel, Moore-McCor- macilt lirics. lmyg S.S. Santa S017lll1l, Grace Lines, IHC., S.S. Amt-in-:iii tiuntriuitor, Uuitetl States Lines Company, Inc. YUYACCICS: Arulwa, .'A5t't'lt5ltlll lslallfl, Belgium, Colombia, D611- lIt1tl'ix, lltmumicuin lit-pillmlic, limit! Krwtpl, Japan, Malagasy R6- pulilir, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, l'liilippiniis, l'm-tutxucsv South Africa, Republic of South Africa, Suwclt-ii, Y:-nr-v,m'la. LAVVHENCE C. DOUCET Iliulenh, Florida New 1 AITAIJIQMY Ill-2t'UItIJ, tits aml XVurltl Atluiips Cltiiiiiilizisilrnlsl man t'luIi, limi-mu-intgil lliill 'lk-am, Chess Club, llltfl . ' ll si-:fx wpxur as nat,-ua tm, S.S. liweft AWP- A"I,'2fffi0. l'Qx5uul Isluaiullst-ii lim--., luv.. 5.9, Mui'nlaL'tlawn. M00 erican fitillltitt lt I lm-s, lm' , H S l'li'sislt'tli llllldltlllllll, Am l'it-altlvril lim I lil X'UYM.lu'4 Iliafil, idx!-iii. litllttli, l"i.iuu', lIrt't'c':', Italia, israel, ltalx, l,ip.ui M.tl.ixsi.i. NIOl'tll'f'll1 Ixnrlfunisial Firma, Ukm,iu,1, l'il,nsl.m, NltlLfftllUl'K', Sl'-'luv Tmmiml' iltlitwx l11t'iw.I,qy1,x ihristiau -McCoy. If-1 S.S. C. 3. Den. -I 55' Re- Panama, 1 Africa, V V New- irals, nerican we-MC' neriCHU 3 Kong, 1unall5f fuulilar H. FREDERICK BERNARD DICKMAN Fremont, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, Newman Club, Football, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormaclynx, S.S. Mormacpridc, Moore-Mc- Cormack Lines, Inc.g S.S. Independence, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.: S.S. American Crusader, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYACES: Azores, Belgium, Denmark, Fiji Islands, France, Italy, Iapan, Morocco, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Portugal, Portuguese East Africa, Republic of South Africa, South XVest Africa, Spain, Sweden. 1' 1 A at X3 KEITH RICHARD DuBOIS Franklin, Louisiana ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Broadcast Unit CDirector?, Trident Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engi- neers, Varsity Club, Gymnastics, Track. SEA YEAR: S.S. Sue Lykes, S.S. Ruth Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, M.V. New Yorker, Gulf Puerto Rico Lines. VOYACES: Algeria, Guam, Italy, Morocco, Panama, Puerto Rico, South Viet Nam, Spain, Thailand, TUUISIH- h I, mx!-1.-'K ,xfd ,gnwwh Vs: so-al hx 'kr willy, ,l.,,:' ill' .x 5243: I' 13" . H, f 1 I ..,4 1 .. 9,' I 1 v,-Al. 4' It . A . , I, 4 . A l',r z,-1 H r '-inginv Cgrahuatra AU!! JAMES IGNATIUS EDWARDS Kingston, New Hampshire ACADEMY IRECORD: Regimental Dance Comm't Maris Guild, Newman Club, Automotive Il'1tCI'CSllUg3l,lll1StC!l-S Club, Mlflshipmen Council, Sailing, Intramurals, ' t SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Aide, N.S Savannah American T' Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.g S S. Socony VLCUL ' M :L . Lxport' ' , I 'l - S.S. Mormacargo, Moore-McCormack Lingsf? Inc? N Oil Com., VOYAGES: Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Greece Israel Italy, Morocco, Netherlands, Panama, Poland Portu ai 4 ' , Sweden, Turkey, Yugoslavia. , g ' 'pam' .ix 1 BARRY I. DUIGNAN Uniondale, New York ACADIQMY lilfXfOliD: Hugh- Scouts Society, Newman Club, Ski ffluln, NM-iulrl l.il'li-rx Club, Vvrcstling, Intramurals. SEA YI-Ali: S.S. AlllK'l'lC'1lIl iilrivflnin, S.S. American Importer, United Slulvs Lines Company, luv., S.S. Argentina, Moore- Ixii-Cmmiu-la Lim-s. luv., MN, Tauunrn Guilden, Commercial 'i'1'4rm1mr'1, Corp., S.S. Louise Lykcs, Lykes Brothers Steamship Compuny, luv. VOYACZICS: Ai-in-uiiuu. Bur-lmdos, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colom- lmiu. liuuzulor, l"i':11wc', CZci'iu:1uy, Jmuaica, Japan, Nationalist Chinn. Nr-ilu-rluurls, Morocco, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uru- guuy, Von:-zuelu. srl- iii? ROBERT BRUCE ELLARD South VV:-ynwuth. Mnssnvluisctts 'lm I ACADEMY IKICCUIIU: lhiilm' Club, llt'1llml'UUll Drill TC' ' lnlrumuruls: SEA YICAII: SS, l'lv'url Aw-ut, gluu-ric'uu EXl1Ol'l-lSl3rnntlts? Lim-N, lnrxg SS, l'imuw-1' Mimi, Uuilml Siuios l,iut'F Lompnnhl S.S. 'xl'lli'i1Il Alt-ln-ui, l'lilll'L'll l,im'S, luv.: S-S. hl0l'milCtl!'SlCcg NIUUVI'lXllflHIlII2ll'k l,im-x, lui-.g SS. Suulu llH1'lHU'5'v Gm l,lllI'N luv , . . l'c V03 Af HCS: M ulm. fXzmrr-sz, clkbllillllllll, DUlll"l'Wm Tllglmglisi Kin-r-4'1', ls.r:u'l, Ilulx, l:nxMui, NI.-:ui-vu, NlUlQlllll5lllllv' hum th . - , '. OU i'l""il. KHXIIIIIXVII, l':m.1um, l'llllllllVIllK'S, lli'lmbhc of S Alun-ai, Hxmxu, '!'mlwx', Yi'iu'1m'lu. U Club, ls mD0rter, Moore. amerqidl i .imship Colom. .tionalist 'U, Um. T cam, 1f1dfSCU 'rlp8Dl'i Ujracm Grace -pul7llCv Wnalisf South f' 5.11. IOHN ROBERT EASON San Diego, California ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Ski Club, Surfing Club, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Tyler, S,S. President Monroe, Ameri- can President Lines, Ltd., S.S. M. M. Dant, States Steamship Company, S.S. Santa Adela, Grace Lines, Inc. VAYAGES: Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Re- public, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Midway Island, Nationalist China, Nicaragua, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Trinidad, Venezuela. all-rf' IOHN CHARLES FINNEGAN Brooklyn, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Bearings, Ring Committee, Trident Club, Ski Club, Martial Arts Society, Hobby Shop, Midshipmen Council, Marine Technology Society, Archery Club, Football, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Charger, S.S. Pioneer Moon, United tates Lines Com any Inc SS Santa Rosa Grace Lines S D -3 -- 1 1 Inc., S.S. African Meteor, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. Momiac- draco, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Haiti, jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Phili ines Re ublic of South Africa, Sweden, South Korea, PP 1 P South XVest Africa, Tanzania, Venezuela. if L f is X ,. ,sl . t -Q il x N: MARK STEPHEN ECKELS Grandville, Michigan ACADEMY RECORD: Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ski Club, Varsity Club, Hobby Shop, Policy Board, Football, Track. SEA YEAR: SS. Mormacaltair, S.S. Brazil, Moore-McComiack Lines, Inc., S.S. Ilowcll Lykes, S.S. Harry Culbreath, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Okinawa, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, Rumania, South Viet Nam, Spain, Sweden, Tuni- sia, Turkey, Uruguay, Virgin Islands. es v,.,v A D. SCOTT FITZWATER Boise, Idaho ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Color Guard, Propeller Club, Golf, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Hayes, S.S. President Polk, Ameri- can President Lines, Ltd.g S.S. Califomia Bear, Pacific Far East Lines, Inc., S.S. Washington Mail, American Mail Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Canada, Ceylon, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Pakistan, Singapore, Spain, Thailand. NORMAN DUANE GAUSLOW Casselton, North Dakota ACADEMY RECORD: Dance Committee, Varsity Club, Policy Board Sw', ' Arts and World Affairs Committee Ring Intramurals. ' lmmmg' SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Olivia, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. Export Bay, American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. President Coolidge, American President Lines, Ltd., S.S. Mormacargo Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. ' VOYAGESi Belgium. .CCYl0l'l, Chile, Denmark, Ecuador, France, IfHlY, IHPHD, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway Okmawa, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Poland Singapore Qmi Y Sweden. l " 'I' n' W N' DANIEL MICHAEL FLANNERY New Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Drill Team. SEA YEAR: S.S. Excelsior, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Australian Surf, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYACES: Australia, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Nationalist China, Pakistan, Panama, Puerto Rico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Tahiti, Thailand. A9'5 so ALBERT EARNEST CILDER Muskogee, Oklahoma ACADICMY Rl'XI0llD: Mirlslaips, Ski Clulm, Marine TeChn0l0EY Soeit-ty, lfoollmll, 'l'rut'k, lnlruuiuruls. . ' C .. SNA YEAR: S.S. Holnn Turuum lwkes llrotlu-rs Stetuuslup 0 ' ' , . . ' G lf lnc-.g S.S. 'llexm-u l"loricla, 'l'eYneo Ull Co.: 55- Clmborneg Isc- l'u1-rto llit-o Lines, S.S. ll:-l Aires, Della Sleamslup LIHP, . . Gef- VOX AGES: Avon-s, llululnms, llvrlnulln. Dvnmllrk' France' . . nnma many, firm-r-4-, lrc-lnml, japan, l.llN'l'Ill- Nvfheflnnds' Pu l Pm-rlo Ili:-u, South Vit-I Num, Spain. Trinlclml. iv ,gX"""""' fa gl' Q1 F. IOHN GARAVANTA, IR. A Balboa, Canal Zone smrmhq l A W' LMS: ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Newman Club, XVeight Lifters A I Club, Propeller Club, Baseball, Intramurals. , 1,4 ,. i',n,,,l3glA'P3aIVf SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Magdalena, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. 1, Tymhlid mo Export Bay, American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. ' American Ranger, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Culf Shipper, Culf South America Lines, Inc., S.S. Cristobal, Panama Canal Company. VOYACES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Ger- many, Italy, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Spain. DER JOSEPH PETER GILLIGAN Little Neck, New York Club, XVeight - f"fhH"10gy ACADEMY RECORD: Stella Maris Guild, Newman Lifters Club, Varsity Club QVice Presidentl, Basketball. wi'-hiv C05 SEA YEAR: S.S. Steel Designer, S.S. Bluegrass State, States Illwmv' Gu Marine-Isthinian Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Isabel, Grace LYUCS, ig' V.P'1"5- Inc' Inc., S.S. Mormacbay, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. .i Fume. Gel' VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, ECu2d0r, Japan, .i .1 ,wi-. Panama, Panama, Peru, South Viet Nam, Uruguay- E I f 5 i 1 3 5 1 1 S i i 5 2 i 1 E 3 2 'Z 1 t 5 li I, 'w i 1+ 5 V l A l i l 1 . ll in lk w Nc. ' . ll K -. I , as kat- -.. ,- .,-1 N-,-, i 1 I. . 1, N... S x .rw -.. U ray'-, any - :F . il ITV j-jpifrf N NYE.-f,5.::1 Y.. Y RISE ' 'ffxgxx' -MQ"-j--,fi 'O' . ,-zdlazxq XSISEIQE fr. R I -Nl' fe I, ,.,...,-:i,.,,::,,. ,.l.p3..,. r. 4. L. s-"i.Nj..:xt.,1ix?:j2-111':CIil75.l,..- j Il' fm .. - Qs .-:.x,...'.,,. 1, Q, C, pix. .,.:EQl.'.L.k. u2f,,,.,,,..,57Ex 11 Wy. fl: :fi -Q-Q . ,ffvfsi QiX'5'5,'f,4s-.5-A151151,igilllxx 'rt JJ, .xx , 'N' s Xa- ,f ,.,j'-- .- if it 1-X.-ah.-.x1v.'J -f M. - fl. A , -it .ug p ,:.,.'.. ,f,, 1: - whg-. p W 13.5. . ,Q-, CH. ix- -Sus , ,tQijI,jl:5,lv1"'-,'l'. l 9- f.' 'ffyg-V IP: , . .. Y - 9. V ,if .1 f-:.:,:.-f' f,9.' ' '- X .X 1, H 1. .,ii,,l-.j,.'g, 4.1, , Hg '. ' ,a M2 ,. 1' 'flwf , X 2. ff l?7f:'P9,.,' 1 .- - ,X-g.,pf.,j',f ,K 1 234,-:g.,f. .1 , X l, ,.1..,, . -,.,n..?f.,,4L1,, Xq'y"f'?Z Ji" I i R - Qifll fi-' I 1' l ii , 1 Y N -,zxilfl-47,15 .V 1, WA.-"" lu 1-WH' xa, ff. .lu ll, . 1 up simfvaa 1,11 u s V-,.'i,.',"l,1fl 1,0111 f MCM, . ff aff ,jk X K 2 ? KENT M. GRINACE Stratford, Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Football, Baseball Intra- 7 murals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Moon, S.S. American Charger, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Santa Luisa, Grace Lingg Inc., S,S. Mormacvega, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. 7 VOYAC-ES: Belgium, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Franc-rv Great Britain, Hong Kong, japan, Nationalist China, Norway, Panama, Philippines, Sweden, Venezuela. if N , ,,,, 3 Ab . EDWIN W. COULD, IR. Dexter, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Illizlships, Bowling League, Ski Club, I-lobby Shop, M-Dog Mascot Group, Baseball, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Agent, S.S. Export Builder, American Export-lshrancltsvn Lines, Inv., Pioneer Moon, S.S. Ameri- can Rover, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Constitu- tion, American Export-lslvrancltscn Lines, Inc. VOYACES: Cyprus, Germany, Crt-vce, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Japan, Morocco, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Panama, Philip- pines, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Spain, Turkey, Virgin Islands. nl-ff ,,, ai DENNIS WAYNE GROSS VVnri-cu. New jersey ACADEMY lllitftlllllz l'nlurix, llc-gimvnlal Dance Cilmnlmefi' 'Vrirlvnl Claim, Such-lv al' Naval fXrvl1it4'c-ts and Marine Engl' rim-Hx, Varsity Cilali, l'ru5a-llvr tflali tl'rm-simlentl, Baseball, TrtlCk- United sm vma. ss, ..x....-.a.-an iz.-lan.-1-, ss. Pima-vr Ilifmf- . Stall-S l.im-s tfmnqlaiw, lmxg SS, .'Xl'l'ic'zlil Mt'tn'0l', Farrell Lines' lm'-1 S.S. lXi4u'naa-lr.al4-, NIUHTK'-Klt'lltlI'lllllC'k Lines, Inc' V0YAfii'l5I Al'Lft'lllillll, lim-luinm, llrafil, l7r:mt'0. JHPnn1.KePiL:' Kllwflll. Natimanlisl t'lan.u, X1-tlwrlancls, liamnna, Phillplzni 8' llvltvllulir- ot Soalh Mric-a, South Korea. South VVPM AHC' illillllitlllil, lluatfuav. 59 I , . ? ' Q. . fisi ,E E ' ' JV " llub ican ieri- Zltu- Lily, ilip- nds. fEff, til- Lk. fffd P: . 1 1. fi. Cl Li i ROBERT ALFRED GREBASCH Mechanicsville, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Ski Club, XVeight Lifters Club, Color Guard CCaptainl, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Veteran, S.S. Pioneer Main, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Prudential Oceanjet, Prudential Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, japan, Morocco, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Turkey. Z ROBERT WILLIAM GUNDERSON Broadview, Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Ski Club, XVeight Lifters Club, Regimental Band, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacyega, S.S. Mormaclake, Moore-Mc- Cormack Lines, Inc., S.S. Australian Reef, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Aruba, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Haiti, Iamaica, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Puerto Rico, Sweden, Uruguay, Venezuela. QX , Q, ir . PETER R. GRIINIM Hollis, New York ACADEMY RECORD: International Relations Council, Bowling League, Baseball, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacmail, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., S.S. President Hayes, American President Lines, Ltd., S.S. American Challenger, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Ceylon, Denmark, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Great Britain, India, Italy, japan, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden. air' DAVID JAMES HAMMES Detroit, Michigan ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Trident Club, Var- sity Club, Weight Lifters Club, Gymnastics. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. American Scout, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Prudential Oceanjet, Prudential Lines, Inc., S.S. Mor-macdawn, Moore- McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Haiti, Italy, jamaica, Netherlands 'West Indies, Spain, Turkey, Venezuela. PATRICK JOSEPH HARREN Bronx, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club, Weight Lifters Club, Basketball, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Robin Locksley, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc.g S.S. Santa Luisa, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. Green Bay, Central Gulf Steamship Corp. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Kenya, Panama, Philippines, Netherlands Antilles, Madagascar, Re- public of South Africa, Republic of the Congo, Venezuela, Virgin Islands, Zanzibar. EDWARD F. HOFFMAN I-10115 Beach, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Vafsitb' Club, Basketball, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacglen, Moore-McCormack Lines Inc S.S. Constitution, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. S.S. American Traveler, United States Lines Company ,Inc l VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, France, Great Britain Italy Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, Trinidad, Uruguay. as is tv ROBERT WAYNE HOLLIS Lindenhurst, New York ACADEMY RICCORD: Ilfvlr 'I'l1i.v, lutemutioual Relations Coun- Ul, Pl'Ull'Slltlll Choir, Varsity Club, Soccer, lutrxuuurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Amt-rit-un Importer, lluitvtl States Lines COIN' Pfmyi llll'-L S.S. lYl0I'lll1lt'fIlt'll, Rltllifl'-Rll'fTOTl1lt'lK'k Lilies- Ina: S.S. Afrit-nu Neptune, lfurrell l.iut's, luv., S.S. EXPO!! Adven- l""1'f, Alllf'lill'llll livpurt-lsliruucltst-n Lines, luv. VUYAUICS: Arpfeutiuu, llruvil, lloupf, Kong, lrclnntl, lllllfm' Wlllllflftllv, Nationalist Chinn, l'uua1ua, PlliliPl7ln95, Repu 1 of South Al'l'lt'2l, Svutluutl, South Korea. Club, Inc., : S.S, Gulf Kenya, . Re- zuela, :nun- Com- InC-, jven- Mo- iu b1iC THOMAS C. HESELTON Fairfax, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Dance Committee, Ring Com- mittee, Ski Club, Camera Club, Bridge Club, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Champion, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Mormacisle, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.: S.S. Santa Elena, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Iapan, Libya, Nationalist China, Panama, Peru, Philippines, South Korea, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Uru- guay, Venezuela. New ,-'x VICTOR JOHN JARO Center Moriches, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Eagle Scouts Society, Trident Club, Ski Club, Varsity Club, WVeight Lifters Club, Color Guard, Policy Board, Soccer, Rowing, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. African Comet, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. Pioneer Mist, United States Lines Company, Inc.: S.S. Prudential Oceanjet, Prudential Lines, Inc.: S.S. Mormacdawn, Moore- McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Greece, Italy, Japan, Nationalist China, Panama, Portuguese East Africa, Republic of South Africa, South Korea, Turkey. v-A -:R ,'1'5- --ss :eff , .. H vnu. s. Nag: :li galil. ,I , P. . N. . J Q., 1 if i "747nW - , X51 'gxhl -Z: - Ll.-1:- .qu Az. . , ll, .l r f. I 'pw 'W M ,I I4 It "N Ja 4' 'I' fll' ,, 4 L '-inginv Cerailuatva 0 N x X af: SWG f "X ' , ,l. 1 A , ., ,.,.l , , uf 1 f' l A +f.,?wf." X 5: fx QV- l .N11XNlll'-L-' N. ,Q-N .R-ix Nouns,-',,f l U X A xx lv: .',,X-:g.,,f -l. V, NN fx yfX.f,f" , .. 3--rl.. - - 5- ,,:f'ff'f E' 1 V. 1, 'gQ,1.'.: , 17 . X-A.. , " xg .. IOHN R. LINSTER Vancouver, Washington ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Bowl' g L gk- Cl Varsity Club, Weight Lifters Club, Footllilall, Cglgiglebllccln Clligg Intramurals. ' SEA YEAR: S.S. Iapan Mail, American Mail Lines, Llfl, 3-3 California, States Steamship Lines, Inc.g S.S. Santa lilnviql Graco Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador llondll ras, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, Nationalist China lxflf-ll.H.,1l.1. Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, South Korea, Vrfncnuvla, 1 I R s. WALTER LEE KIRCHNER Oakland, New jersey ACADEMY illqflflillji lil'tll'flI1l.N. liillg Cfollllllillric, Ring Dance Collllllitll-l-, Clllalsliall Kfolllll-il, Sol-if-ly of Naval Architects and Marino iSl151lllA'l'I'5. vXylll'Sliy' ctlllll, Midsllipmcll Council, Class Plxlsidclll SL'C'Ullll Class Yi-ar. cSj'lllllllSllCS, Intralllurals. SEA YEAR: NS. SilN'1llHllll1. All14'l'lllllH EXlJf3l'l-ISIJYZITICHSCH Lines, Inc.: Slllliil Pallla, SQVIHI' l.illc-S, Inc., S.S. Pioneer Con- ll'l1d1'l', Ulliivll Status 1illlt'S c:0l'Ill7lll1y, Inc. VOYACES: AI'5ll'l1lll'lZl, Brazil, ij1!l1llI'lll'1ll'l Republic, Dutch An- lillcs, c:CI'l1l1ll1f', Crval llrilaill, llaili, llonll Kong, Israel, Italy, Jillllilliil, japan. Nationalist fllllllll., Nl-lllvrlands. Okinawa, Pa- nama, Pllilippillvs, I,Ol'illj,Iill, South Korea, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela, Yugoslavia. X3 . wa, THOMAS V. MIICEVVEN Brooklyn, New York fXflAlJl'1iX'iY liliffillillz lirlllillllv, -Xlls llllll XV0l'lll Aifl1il'S Ctom' lHili4'f'. lil'l',illll'lll:ll llalll-ll fvlYIlllIliiil'l', Rlllftlill Arts SOCl9f?'l c:IH'l'l'li'IlKlf'1N, Ill-lfillwllllll lllill FIIULHII, Millshipluvn Cmmcll' lilllifl' liflflrll, flaw l,Il'iillL'lli fl'lvlvl' Vvllfl. SNA Yl'f'Xli: S.S. Salllll Ulixia, fllarv l.illl's, lIlk'.L S.S. American ffplmlllll-l., llnilpll Sl ,hw lim,-, Qqllllllglllvl lmgg S.S. Nl0!'m8Cl'lH?l- Mi'U'i"'Xli'f4Hl'l1llll'li l,llll's, llll Vlnrfuilwi Hilllillliili, llllll-llllll, lh-rllllula, Cilllllillll Chile' 1161: lllllrli, lfl lllullll KI l' l-ll l rl' 'illl Niliitlllllllii Chiml. Neff' Rico. , l.ll ll ll , lal , l1lIlllN, Nlllwav, l,.lllLlIlI.l, Pl-lll lxl1lii'Vllll'9 lwlililllli. Plwrto U , , ll . """Hl kUll'1l, Sw:-lll-ll, Xllvill lNl,lllll'4 time Dance thlfvcts and llI1L'll, Class ,mls .lisen Lines, .meer Con, Dutch An- bf-191. Italy, kinuvg, Pa- i. llruguay, F115 Cflm' gl Sotiel-'Yr ,I Cqiincily i mrrllan ,rfnacriieli ell' l'i'll. D , Nether' , ying Hiwi , -, ,naw as ri WILLIAM IOHN LEKSE Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Debate Council, Eagle Scouts Society, Trident Club, Ski Club, NVeight Lifters Club, Varsity Club, Regimental Band, Soccer, Rowing, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormaclynx, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., S.S. Pioneer Mill, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Prudential Seajet, Prudential Lines, Inc., M.V. Tamara Guilden, Commercial Transport Corp. VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Israel, Italy, Iapan, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Turkey. ff ,, , uf THOMAS LOUIS MARONE North Haven, Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Football. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Iackson, S.S. President Tyler, Anfefi' Can President Lines, Ltd., S.S. Australian Isle, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, Ceylon, France, Italy, India, Iapan, 'Mi'-1415" sia, Mexico, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Singapore, Talntl. PAUL ALBERT LEVESQUE Salem, Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Dance Committee, Newman Club Ski Club, Varsity Club, Football, Baseball, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormaclynx, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., S.S. American Scout, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc., N.S. Savannah, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Antilles, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Israel, Italy Iamaica, Netherlands, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Venezuela Yugoslavia. GERALD KENNETH MASTERS Binghamton, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Sailing, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Rover, United States Lines Company, Inc.g S.S. Constitution, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. African Rainbow, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Luisa, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. Mormaclake, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Domini- can Republic, France, Germany, Ghana, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Morocco, Netherlands, Nigeria, Panama, Portugal, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela. PETER JOHN MCCOY Seaford, New York 2 i IOSEPH DOMINIC MAZZEI Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Regimental Dance Committee, Ring Committee, Ski Club, Varsity Club, VVeight Lifters Club, Propeller Club, Track, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Monnat-clawn, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., S.S. American Charger, S.S. Pioneer Mist, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Constitution, S,S. Independence, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Ine.g S.S. Atlantic Commander, Atlantic Richfield Oil Corp. VOYAGES: Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Iamaica, Iapan, Nationalist China, Panama, Paraguay, Philippines, Puerto Rico, South Korea, South Viet Nam, Uruguay, Venezuela. JOHN JOSEPH McVICAR VVnlnut Creek, Califomia ACADEMY RECORD: Midships fEditor-in-Chief? R' D Commmee, Regimental Dri11TeaIn, Newman C,u,3,I:3f4amu21:fsf Aciixlnmwil iiiicolani 11,.,if ffms, ctiimffi Club, Bridge Club, 1-gnnena ant Sailinf SEA YEAR: s.s. Mommvega, Moore-Mccfmm k L' 1 . ' 'N' . 55, Flying E,,d,,,,,,,,, A,,,e,,C,,,, Export-Isbmdtgen 122-3 sm rmn: ss. l,l'pSiCl0ill ezmlm-iii. ss. in-t-ation: Tnfr. Ameri- S.S. American Traveler, United States Lines Company Inc 1, :nn Progidml IJi"f'S, lilll-L 3-3. N- N- Uilllf, States Steamship . , I l z lm' VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark, Egypt, Ethiopia Fra C - mnpmy' ' many, Great Britain, Italy, japan, Nationalist Chinarrcilothgi- VOYACICS: Ceylon, lltlypt, l1'l'lIlll't', Hon! Kontl. Italy lapis, lands, NOYWHY, P21kiSf21H, Panama, Puerto Rico, Singapore South Mfllfllfsizl,wlxlatiunalist China, Okinawa, Pakistan. l'an1lll10i P " Korea, South Viet Nam, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, y llliwues, Singapore. L nmittee, S Club, S. lI1C,5 'S Lines merican mander, Brazil, tionalist South I lge Club, ,L Ameri- 'smmSh1P Iapau, ima, Phi' as WILLIAM LAWRENCE MCCARTHY Cohasset, Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Hobby Shop, Basketball, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacglen, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., S.S. American Traveler, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Constitution, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, France, Gibraltar, Great Britain, Italy, Paraguay, Spain, Trinidad, Uruguay. JV! fl CHARLES WILLIAM MILFELT St. Louis, Missouri ACADEMY RECORD: Christian Council, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Bridge Club, Varsity Club, XVeight Lifters Club, Football, Track, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Claibome, Gulf-Puerto Rican Lines, Inc., S.S. Gulf Merchant, Gulf and South American Steamship Company, Inc., S.S. Keytrader, Keystone Shipping Company, Inc., S.S. Marjorie Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Ger l It l', Netherlands, Peru, Panama, many, Great Britain, Israe, ay Poland, Puerto Rico, Turkey. L. . wr' X l R," A N gig ir r XX, -f215:a 1:"5:i'fqg,'l- M1 , 5 QAWE1 11Q"f.il " :L v-- , 11-l :-11 2'i::3-ku , A -wig 0-V-2 1. 111 ,.,i,xq Y --xv N , 1S,.' 11, Tlx 141fff.w,.w - ,suv - -1 M.:,XxNEq.:,.ly.'xx, 1 fi 'XI'-N1f'kyf iiif -L A I xx. f. X . X 9, ' . ,X 2 XX. ,. N x xi'-J-v ' ' 4 is ,., 1 2 me P X"f.'.,qA.,.. ,A-' XXV-I. i, A 4, Q-1,,',. 7 i ml PAUL IVAN PARSONS Newark, Delaware ACCfiE:Ngm12iC313E1 Eagle Scouts Society, Trident cziuii, ska SEA, YEAR: S-S' Exlmft AMC, American EXl5llTf-l9lll'JIl'IfllSf'l'l Lines, Inc., S.S. African Moon, Farrell Lin:-s, Inu' S S Amari- can Rover, United States Lines Company, Inrgfg qwm., Paula, Grace Lines, Inc. ' ' A' ' VOYAGES: ,Australia, Bahamas, Cyprus, Franco, fg,.,.,,,,mV Greece, I-laltl, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Panama, I-Urllwln, Puerto Rico, Spain, Syria, Tunisia, Tnrkpy, V,.n,,m,,l,l Vhjlf Islands. ' " LH' 'N 'P. if A RICHARD FREDERICK MILLER Point Lookout, New York .-Xlifllllfllll lllfifllllll: X'ursily Clulm, Soccer, B21SlCCtbal1, B356- lmll. lllllJlllllllkillS. Slfxl Xlfxlll: SH, Sululzl klllllllll, f:l'1lCl' l,i1lCS, lI1C.g Am6TlC3,I1 tinuiil-I, llnilvml Sum-s Lim-Q Company, 1nc.g S.S. Argentina, lxlllllll'-lX1l'clllllllllfli l,ilu-S, luv.: S.S. Pioneer Minx, United Swim l,nm's cmilllllillly. luv. YOYACZI-IS: Arlgr-nlinu, llm-lwzulus, llc-lgium, Brazil, Chile, Co- lilllllllll. llrsminil-nm ll:-public-, Fr:1nc'v, Hong Kong, Jamaica, lnpnn, Nniimmlisl lilnnqn, Ollinuwzx, Pnnnxnu, Peru, St. Vmcents, 1 Nnullx Kim-an, llrupiuuy, Yr-iimzlivlai, Virgin Islands. 'I I Al li 101-IN R. PATTERSON Kl'l1CDSllll. NVisvonsin . . - , ' A 'Xfl'Xl3l'IN1Y lllfl llllll llu-lmlv l'uum'll. SUVIVU of Nmal rchi- -X , idulm' Clunrql. Tfiilvlll Club' lwclx inul 'Nlzulm' ltnuiluqlx 1, 4, , . . 1. l xkm-s l vkr-Q llrotlwrs Steamship Con fNl,X ll,XlK SS, lllllss . I I Inc, imm, Img S S, Url Nlnl.-Q, llvllu gll'1lllIFlllll Ifmps' U Ollisrlninmi, lull-'cl l'tuil lhlllllllilllv- Fist Rim Honclllfasv VON 'Xl-IN llu ufnl llllllNll llluulums, .c. ll v ' ' W V . i Panamaa lllimi lxuinf I spam, 'Xqnlu-imlusl llunu. Nlfflmglm' Nmullu lxlnn-zu X 4 Ill'1'lI1' l,a GUY VERNON PADGETT, IR. Charleston, South Carolina ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Intemational Relations Coun- cil, Protestant Choir, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Bridge Club, Propeller Club, Sailing, Rowing, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Del Rio, M.V. Del Campo, Mississippi Shipping Lines, Inc., S.S. Mallory Lykes, S.S. Sylvia Lykes, S.S. Kendal Fish, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc., S.S. Constitu- tion, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Antigua, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Congo Republic, Dominican Republic, France, Gabon, Gemiany, Great Britain, japan, Liberia, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Republic of the Congo, South Korea, St. Thomas. SAINIUEL MICHAEL PARRUCCI YVashing'ton, D.C. ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Regimental Information Serv- ice, Trident Club, Regimental Drill Team, Gymnastics, Intra- murals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Aide, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. African Moon, Farrell Lines, lnc.g S.S. Ameri- can Shipper, S.S. American Rover, United States Lines Com- pany, Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, France, Germany, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Israel, Jamaica, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Panama, Portu gal, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Venezuela, ,pw fx ROBERT GEORGE PAVLISIN Aifton, Missouri ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Regimental Dance Committee Ring Committee, Varsity Club, Baseball, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S,S. Pioneer Mill, United States Lines Company Inc., S S. African sim, Farrell Lines, Inc., ss. Export Bugldsr - G American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, IHC., 55- Mofma-C fa S.S. Mormacrio, Moore-McCormack Lines, IHC- VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Hong Kong, Italy, Iarm Y th la ds Panama Philippines Poland, Nationalist China, ie erin i . L i I1 , Portuguese East Africa, Republic of South Africa, 5P31T'i Sweden, Uruguay. in RICHARD WERNER PETZOLD Union, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Dance Committee, Soticti' of N.ix,il Architects and Marine Engineers, Drill Team, Policy Boiutl. Propeller Club, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Contrnttor, United Sinus l.lll1'X Cum pany, Inc.g S.S. Mormncrio, S.S. Niormzic-rigel, ?xloorv-lN1cCm- mack Lines, Inc.g S.S. Santa Sofia, Cmcc Lines, lm-. VOYAGES: Belgium, Colombia, Denmark, D-.minium llepulilii, Dutch YVest Indies, Japan, hlzilzigzisy' llvpulilit-, Nzilimizilixt China, Netherlands, Norway, Pzxnnmn, Pliilippinr-s, lwrlugm-W East Africa, Republic of Smith Africa. South Korman, Swollen, Venezuela. AW'-,- CHARLES JOHN PTAK, In. Massapequa, New York ACADEMY RECORD: M'd.-h Soccer, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S. S.S. Pioneer Minx United States Iinr-Q f' A I I 1 ' Mormacaltair, M0036-Mccommck Limesnl lolnrlgirny, lmug S.S. 1 5 if?-53 Eagle Scouts Socicly, Ski Club, S. American Champion, A,T,,.,imn mmrwqr Grac L, I v nf , -S. Sunlrl Sofia, e mes, nc. VOcgl2:i:Eg:,tBelglg1mf Denmark, Dfmlinifrzln lllfflllllllly l.'mm.,, N nam, -ffng'KflU!Z, lllpfln, Pumirnn, Nxltionaulisl flllinil etherlands, Philippines, Sweden, 'Vericzuclzn I li . FRANK D. PILLATT, III Mmmtninsidv, New Jersey ll'x1X lil l lllill lllllllllllllillN, .-Xl '. . . NI X Hli'Xli NS, .Mm-iiiglil iilnpnnlmiuli, llnilvzl States Lines C0171- imm. lm ' NS, Muslim-:ilt:ni1', S.S. llrnzil, Moore-MCCOrmaCk lmw lin- N N Mun in lnilnlmngl, Iizirrvll Lines, Inc.g S.S. Sznulzu lxzilwrlzy, hmmm' l.lli4x, luv. K-lun! lluilziiin. C,iu'u'. l X UN uXlIl'iS llgnlmilxws, llK'lj'llIllI, llrzwil, ljvlllllflfk, Egypt, France, tulip l,f-lmnon, I.ilwri:i, Netherlands, Nmugu, l'mln5'1i: M Aiiimln, livpulxlic' of thc Congo, Repi1bliC ul Hmntli Aiuiizi, Simms, Siu-clvii. lugoxlaix-in. i ,Q db RAYMONIJ IOSEPH RIVARD llmm-wnud, Illinois U 'XIPI Ml Ill 1 ibllli Sl. cts Rnd 1 1 lull, Smivti' of Niivail Aflhlle lNl,nxr.,. Im,m,,,-.N Niilluui. Ixilllnnulnls. Lks . . - ,rk S. Y fi l X ll lli NN lxxun lla Nlllxlli lllllllttll eclllf and llismlln 1-, YI, qui-eliip l ,mnp,uix, lm 5 S C'i1lfl"""' ' Nuulli Xian 11.1 lun:-1 lin ' . Ger- . X Cf' im im -, :mi-..,.., ii..u.Q 4..i.i...n-ti, 1-tmuliir. Pgghgrhnds, lflfllll Vu. il lirii mi ll Ali, 'X ill-umllil lllllml' illiium- ni l',umnlnk l'niiu lnnxxm. llUIlN'V4 i Com- Oflnack T-Q S.S, France, Srlandg, 9Public -:LYS 311 d Lykei 'ulf and 1 , 5 Gel- ierlandS, li AFL : Q 9 vi, 43 I , 4 ff 45 CONSTANTINE GEORGE PROIOS New York, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ski Club, XVeight Lifters Club, Varsity Club, Sail- ing, Soccer, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacdawn, S.S. Mormacpenn, Moore-Mc- Cormack Lines, Inc., S.S. Export Builder, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. United States, United States Lint-s Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Libya, Portugal, Portuguese East Africa, Re- public of South Africa, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay. LL JAMES ROBERTS Evanston, Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Midships, Bearings, Midshipmen Council, l.Vrestling, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Charles Lykes, S.S. Thompson Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc., S.S. Del Monte, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Brazil, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Lebanon, Morocco, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, South Viet Nam, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Venezuela. un. .., . , 1 " WALTER IRVIN SKINNER Kansas City, Missouri ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Rowing, Sailing, Intramurals. Hear This, Regimental Dance Cornmitlfev, SEA YEAR: S.S. Mallory Lykes, S.S. Eugene L kos T, lc Y i Y CS Brothers Steamship Company, Inc., Gulf Trmlor, Gulf and South America Lines, Inc., M.V. Tamara Cnilflon Tmns- port Commercial Company, S.S, Texaco Florida, 'Fr-nZn- co il Corp., S.S. Walter Rice, Reynolds Metals Company, S.S. Kr-y-V t d ' ' ra er, Keystone Shipping Company. VOYAGES: B h a amas, Belgium, Bolivia, Chilf-, Colfnnbin, Id:-nn clor, France, Germany, Great Brilnin, Israel, jmnziim, jnpnn, Mexico, Nationalist Chinn, Nothvl I., f 1 . .r ann ", C,lKlTlflWfl, Pnrmmn, Peru, South Korea. ROBI RT F. ROSE Mount Plmnisnnl, Pinnsylvnnia 4M'iXlllClX'lX lll'X'Ulll7: lla-plum-nlnl llzmcc Committee, Weight I illnmx rj1,,1,- 1-'.,.,11,HlL llolwliy Shop, Inlrzunnmls. si-fx Xlifilix ss. swat. rmm. fiwl- lriwws. Inf-1 S-S- MOFIUEC- A ll',,i,1,.- yy1.,mr'.Ix1r-K'munzu-lx Lines. luv., S.S. Prllclcntial Seayet, l,l'llll4'llil2ll l,im'-,, Inv., S.S. Alnlc'l'lc':lll Vl'lt'l'ill1, Uillfed States Lum-s cllllllllllly. lm: X-my M5155 A,L.,.,,1i,,:,, limyjl, Colomliizi, licunclor, Greece, Haiti, lllilllllll I1:ilx-Jllhnznnn. l':u:ri!lHl5'. l'f'1'l1, 5C0llfmd, Spain, Turkey, Urny,1u:1y. E, f 2 l y, . . ss, .g . DAVE LLOYD SMITH El Monte. Cnlifomih Dt . - .. Vnrsu' ,xc:Am:i1x' un-Lumiani umwiml-H1111 Uj""" f""":1'xftte5,,,in,ming. fllulu, Suriim' Vlulv. izolm Uimul. 4-"UW tmm " 'l'1.l1lm, llli! .lIllllI2ll9. , ' Com- , .. V- -.1s.nSb'P Sl-PX YIWXH- SH. I'.iInlm'm:u, S.S. ll1lXXilIl, Malts .iP'll pump 5.5, Equal.: lllrlllvl, f-lrlK'l' l.m1's, llll'. . v . s '- ' lOl', Gunte- YiJYX1fl'fi, l,ll1,ul,i, l'41lnn1il'l-'v KUNLI llltul. l'l Sahku ds , . . hm-1 . '- Mlclxsfil IS , mailn, llomlmas ll--nv lxomh l1ll'1l'l- Mxviul m1 Philipwnes' Nilionllr-gl Vlnnw Nl1'.ll,H'lll, Ukumwn, lnnn -y llinlrlznl, Yi-m'1m-ll :ight nag- ajet, :ates aiti, lf Y. E sity mg. JITI' ite- idk 105, l if . ' 4,1 'I'-.,, , ALEXANDER PETER ROSENBERG Bristol, Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Midsliips, Hear This, Polaris, Bearings, Regimental Information Service, Glee Club, Debate Council, Eagle Scouts Society, Arts and XVorld Affairs Committee, Inter- national Relations Council, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Ski Club, Camera Club, Sports Publicity, Basketball, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Arthur, .American President Lines, Ltd., S.S. Hawaii, States Steamship Company, S.S. Mormac- dawn, S.S. Mormacclraco, S.S. Mormacaltair, Moore-McCormack Lines, lnc.g S.S. American Traveler, S.S. American Clipper, United States Lines Company, Inc., NS. Savannah, American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Cruz, Grace Lines, Inc., S.T. Sabine, American Bulk Carriers, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Ireland, Italy. Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Scot- land, Spain, Sweden. Za s iq t 1 .- 5 1 .,, Q EARL PAUL SCHUBERT, IR. Silver Spring, Maryland ACADEMY RECORD: Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Sailing, Propeller Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Main, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Morinacdawn, Moore-McCormack Lines, InC.g S.S. African Moon, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, Brazil, French Polynesia, Haiti, Hong Kong, I.im.iica, Japan, Mexico, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Trinidad, Venezuela. 494 1 JAMES LEE STONE Seattle, Washington SEA YEAR: S.S. Oregon Mail, American Mail Lines, Ltd., S.S. Santa Regina, Grace Lines, Inc.g S.S. Arizona, S.S. California, States Steamship Company, S.S. Lane Victory, Pacific Coast Transport Company. VOYAGES: Canada, Guam, Hawaii, Hong Kong, Kwajalien, Japan, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Philippines, South Korea. '. ,Q ,,. ' xi X' ,. -. 'rfBi'.s"' R. ERIC SVENDSON New Orleans, Louisiana ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Regimental Drill Team, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Gulf Trader, Gulf and South American Steam- ship Company, S.S. Del Sud, Delta Steamship Lines, Inc., S.S. Joseph Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc., S.S. Anniston Victory, WVaterman Steamship Companyg M.V. New Yorker, Gulf and Puerto Rican Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, South Viet Nam, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela. IOHN WEBB VAN HOY, III Atlanta, Georgia ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Protestant Choir gtrfsfran Council, Trident Club, ski Club, Weight Lifterg ll . SEA YEAR: S.S. Zoella Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Com- P3355 IUC-5 S.S. Gulf Banker, Gulf and South America Lines' M.V. Tamara Guilden, Transport Commercial Company- SIS, Del RIO, S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc. , I ' VOYAGES: Bahamas, Bermuda, Cameroon, Chile, Colombia Egypt, France, Germany, Haiti, Honduras, Netherlands Peru, Panama, Republic of the Congo. ' ' Q Qian! TIMOTHY JOHN TIERNEY Levittown, New York ACADEMY RECORD: lla-giint-ntal Dance Committee, Ring Dance Connnittvv, 'l'riclcnt Club, Ski Club, Martial Arts Society, Cln-erlt-atlers, Mitlsliipnicn Council, Propeller Club, Football. SEA YEAR: S.S. Gulfert-st, Cult Oil Corporation, S.S. Morma- eargo, S.S. Brazil, Mocare-Mc-Corxnaelc Lines, Inc., S.S. Ameri- can Connnander, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Texaco Georgia, Texaco Oil Corporation. VOYACIZS: Argentina, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, llong Kong, Japan, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Sweden, Trinidad, Venezuela. CWS WN .lyj RICHARD ALAN VERTULLO Peabody, Massachusetts ACADEMY iucczoitnr llt-ginu-ntnl iimrttit-na Unit, Englfksfghf 50C'f'l5'. Ski Club, Varsity Club, Color Guard, B05 e Intramurals. SEA YEAR! S.S. lXtormut-rio, Monire-McCormack Lines, IHC-5 5KlIlttl Paula, that-it Lim-s. luv.: S.S. Pioneer Moor, S-S' Ame "lm llf'Vl"'. llnitt-tl States lrinvs Coxnlnmy, Inv. Vflyllcllqsi lllllllllllllS, llouiiuiwui llt'1ullllit', G0l'l!liUlYw Hain hrlandS J""Nlll'tl, lillmll, hlxitlagtm-ar, Nationalist China, Net-e Re- Oklllllwtl, l'anama, l'l1ilippilu's, Porttuxuese East Afl'lC8, Public of South Atrit-a, Swt-th-u, XYl'lll'Llll'ltl. fling ww, ll. rma- leri- S.S. lark l , Ines, iela. iff :oulS ball, S.S. aeri- lillrla md5, RC' Six ww-sf" ' ,- ANDREW IOHN TUZINKIEWICZ North Bellmore, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Automotive Interest Club, Ski Club, Camera Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Ming, S.S. American Merchant, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. African Comet, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Bahamas, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Kenya, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Philip- pines, Panama, Republic of South Africa, South Korea, South West Africa, Tanzania. wilfmsi ffgs ,. M. ROBERT VINCEL YVantagh, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Golf. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Mill, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Export Buyer, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. Mormaclynx, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.g S.S. Santa Lucia, S.S. Santa Rosa, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Dutch Antilles, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Haiti, Hong Kong, Italy, Iamaica, Japan, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Venezuela. txrivarrrf, X ., ,X t-Af ,r cf 1 l , i 1 i l A I' 'Q-A l 31, 32- Q ' A- Az.. -1 Cub E .931 ..:2 --rf ' ' Q ---- --g:.si-:--- -i 1 .J Q I .ls A 9.12.2 f -.'-A - r 5 1 ! T . N X'- J' ' 9: X J A 1 54 , . T' Eg 1 I . W '51 7i. xr" " Jw " . Q -.' '.lg-lla:.lflrixri-,U"Q Q? - Xi. A'-X. '2.,'.':'7f' v-'Io if ' X.. .-:-- .lv ..i A 'I'-N81-3. ' lin ",x -,- Rm nh x ixxxx Nxxlu yi l . 1 1 X tak-'N vp I' -J : 29' ' -'pl . Nfl i , 43 il f 4,4 , '-.2 D. 11,1 '-. .. ' glut' Q lTllAlll.lCS VY. B. WATSON, II Akron. Ubin -xr fXl1lNll I-.1 1 ul-.im mfr Kluli lmflf-mli Choir, Christian 1.--.il-il 'Xlq.1Ii.rL lil- T-...uh lull:-xmllnlm. Fl "X ll- '-In T 5 "limi--,.i. I rulnimrmlm, llnilvcl SlIll0S UHCS lunar ,rin lun 5 5 Vlill' N -4 hai lll1'Xllilllll ClillS ll'0Il C0111- ,,:,,,. ' K l-.. l..i. l,ui Nlrmir N1--I .um:u'l- l.invS, ll'lC.g S.S. l'inulii4li..l lb-r,ri.Irl l'lii-lzullml Inu-.. lm: - un fu .l-- 4 ,......1,. mu.. Il-my k-mp, Imlv, japan. Nationalist tlmlg. all-mm-,. I'4.m.m1l I'Iulippxll:--.. llvlllllllllf of SOUR! Mlm fmrxl. I-.min S-mil. XM-.1 Alu.:-. Spain. Turkey. ff I Q . .fi IAMES NAPOLEO Baltimore, Maryland N WILLIAMS, In. 'l'llUNl-NS iamvmm VVINGENFELD ACADEMY RECORD II Tl """"""""' N" York ,mm I 'ear '. , P . - - . . Intramurals. H9 mhsmm Lhmr' FH" "" 'U '-I 'I N18 l'l 4 rllil- lc. --my in .1 U nm- C'-'m'?l'm:' N A - - c . SEA YEAR: S.S. Exchot A ' W' W- ' V--M X rv- I mr- in--H UPHHYYN- ra od Inc.g S.S. Pioneer MalnjnllnllgrllKygpqfngxlzfrggiql'gflxlhfw' I'i"""- HI x ll ir, - . s A.. 5 -.,a ir. ., -. s Mm-ri-.in Alterc-rirrghycgiiadx S.S. Mormacisle, Moore-McCormack Lines Im-A Hmm' lm ' x- .:. i -1. i -.,, il.-.A QU. A N Nmzil, S-in ind, 5,S. VOYAGES: A t- , Nl --W Xl-1 -lf., -.l lm- -, ln- YQ- Audra in land, Hong ?m7n' Cnylmh Eilyfll, l"r4-nr-li Hrmmli XI... l., 1 ...wr I ur ll I ui- - lil- uk Ch. P 1 TIC lil, Iilpilflv l,r-lmnull, Lilpyg., N:l1i,m,.",' V 'da nam r ma, a istan, Panama, Phili i 1- '- ' . - .' ' HV- '-1 I li J. ...., i:..i...l.-. U--li--ml. H-'ml' ' md!- Korea Spain PDT! 9, Snurli Amlml Small. I in ,TDM-,, Ndbffl 7 ' ' l"' 4 -1- l K, -I llrrlixn ll-NV. ' K 1' V Wm! 1.. . Q-, .. ig, ,, iz Wm. .4 sm-th Africa, 5P3m' !"'1"lf--L. l--ri-lm fuiul-111' tian HES PIU- LS. ,list th ll HH ed el, S. 'k ls, fly IGS TODD KING VVHEELER Surg. Of. Hq. USAREUR, APO New York ACADEMY RECORD: Bearings, Eagle Scouts Society, Auto- motive Interest Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacsaga, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., S.S. President Hayes, American President Lines, Ltd., S.S, American Rover, S.S. American Importer, S.S. United States, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Argentina, Bahamas, Belgium, Brazil, Ceylon, Cura- cao, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Oki- nawa, Pakistan, Panama, Singapore, Spain, Uruguay, Virgin Islands. A Pigx e WI si DAVID HOLMES VVHITMARSH Marysville, California ACADEMY RECORD: Stella Maris Guild, XVeight Lifters Club, Football, lVrestling. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Tyler, S.S. President Garfield, S.S. President Hayes, American President Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Singapore, Spain, Thailand. Ag 'Wk F ll l HARRY L. WINSTOCK Brooklyn, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Regimental Honor Guard, Track. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Arthur, .American President Lines, Ltd., S.S. Pioneer Contractor, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Egypt, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea. 'inginv Cgrahnatva X 3 1-so WI! IOHN ROBERT WOLF Monteco, California ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, International Relations Coun- cil, Trident Club, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Contest, Pacific Far East Lines, Inc., S.S. Pres- ident Harrison, American President Lines, Ltd. VOYAGES: Hong Kong, Japan, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Philippines, South Korea, South Viet Nam. ' .i f ui MARK ROBERT YEAMANS Los Alamos, New Mexico ACADEMY RECORD: International Relations Council, Auto- motive Interest Club, Trident Club, I-lobby Shop, Midshipmen Council, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Builder, United States Lines Com- pany, Inc., S.S. President Lincoln, S.S. President Roosevelt American President Lines, Ltd., S.S. Santa Juana, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Aden, Aruba, Canada, Ceylon, Colombia, Costa Rica Curacao, Dominican Republic, Egypt, El Salvador, France, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Israel, Italy, Iamaica, jgipan, Lebanon, Mexico, Nationalist China, Nicaragua, Panama, Philippines, Singapore, South Viet Nam, Trinidad, Venezuglni 415 if 5' 1- STANLEY H. VVRIGHT Orelnnd, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: B1'I1Vf7l,QX, International Relations Council, Catholic Clllllll', Newman Clllll, Iloliliy Shop, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. AllSll'1lll1ll1 Galaxy, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. lVlOl'll'lIlCTl1.Zl'l, lNlooi-e-MeCorm:lek Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Olivia, Grace Lines. Inc., S.S. American Racer, United States Lines Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Australia, lleliziuln, Chile, Denmark, Ecuador, French Polynesia, Germany, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Poland, Sweden. Q - ALLAN WARD YEDLINSKY Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania AfYADliZMY lllcctulllii in-iii-iiigi-, liiiuiiiieiiliil lliiiii-0 Ctiiiimiuee, Hill! l5illll'I' flllllllllllll'4', Smiling, 'lll'il4'k. Sllljll'-YNAN,: SS' lllxlvil, Nlilllfl'-Xli'llUllllllK'l'i I.ineS. lm'-5 S'S' qglwlll ciUlllt'l, l"alrrm'll lilll4'N, llnng S.S. i'Allll'l'lC'llIl lllerchzlng. l'1f""l"' Mllll. llnitefl States lines llUllllWllllY, lm'-5 S' ' ..llll:l l'ili'll1l, lll'Lli'l' l.illl-s, Img Vclyfixulllgc , nmllillllwi Ill-rlllllllil, ifllilv. Cfllllllllllkl. Ecuador' N:v"','l""i f'K'lIIl.lllx', llli-.lt llribliu, llllnt! Kllllll- lfillv. Japan' 'Ul""'l""i xll"'Ul'l'U, Mufzlliilvllllll' N1lllllllilllSl lllllllil, Nether' lzl ' l , . . ' '. - Milf' l"""""'- l'i'lll, l'll1lllllllu--s, l'iillllu4ll, l'lll'l'l0 Rico. RP lilllblll' ill flllllill 'lliii-,l Siilllln lxiiuzl, Spgllll, Virgin lQl2lHllS. l THEODORE STEPHEN WUNDERLICH Hampton, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scouts Society, Trident Club, Ski Club, Camera Club, Martial Arts Society, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Luisa, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. Pioneer Ming, United States Lines Company, Inc., S.S. Export Banner, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Greece, Hong Kong, Iapan, Libya, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines, South Korea, Tunisia, Turkey. li HOWARD PETER YOUNG Rodman, Canal Zone ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris, Regimental Dance Committee, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Varsity Club, Golf, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Gulf Farmer, Gulf and South American Steam- ship Company, S.S. Quisqueya, United Fruit Company, 5.5. Ruth Lykes, s.s. john L,-keg, ss. sylt-ia LYk9S, Ly'kGS Brothers Steamship Company, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, France, Germany, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, South Viet Nam. 1 A' ' ' 1 . . , . W4-A fffh 4 1 -1 , , NVQ . .5 513.1 -+.+'."'3 A - QI- 411-K MQ I ' -thi , 'f. , ' . ' ' .'."'f " ' , 'f .- Sq ': . If K f I w s Q x ' . 5. . C N J- , X. I Ls L ix QI ' -I A 5 'N 8 i I , .fe.71- XVLL - IK.-X um! XI Ky f Z Q u , XJ4 1 -4, tv I ,-jxlffwxz-,A v-Iiqwf 0 '-'-I 1lvNx"""141" ' I AVI New 1 K-. 1 I F 1 ,, H U Q- xx- . xx ' O,-59 ' V' ' A P ,. .J :N V' I -bln?" .:,.f!X . "'1. f 'MT K4 I I if . ,AI K Iv. ,umm MICTIIAICI, ZATEZALO VI'iz'rIuu. Virginia -'xl 'XIII MX Izl l llIxlI lu,-Im1IIl:nl Ilniulllmlluln SPFVICC, VRYSIXY Ll-II, Im.:I.fII,4IlI SIA XI- Ala I 'K lu-I.-I I IIN- IAM- Iimiluws Sh-:Imship Com- ,-Hm II.. M X 'lg.III:.1,Il,ml4I11I 'In,.wp..uI COIIIIIIOTCIHICOIPJ fx F ling'-II. Twi.:Ic- fxifulxn-lsllr KUIIIIILIIII, llll'. 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India, If8lYr Iwnx flu--1, Inpzm, l,1lnrlu:l, N5lfllP!l2lIlN' Chinn. N0lhel'l3DdS, Nnyfnm VX-num, l'ul-1-lun, l':mn1vm, Pnvrln Rico, Senegal, fwlmlzv l,.f,m. Amy:-Imp'-, Spmu, Suulln Korea, Sweden. GICOIKLIC RAYMOND HAUBENREICH l'lninvIf'w, Nrw Yflfk . , Marine M xm vw 1:14 mm -N..g..fN wl mmm Xrrhnimli and "ll'l'I"l , X .I-Am 1 mi-4 DM-bl!-.ul1, lntrumnmls. uns I kv' N Nl XI! N H I qywlfn 'Xvm'ln,lx1 l'i'4l'4'Yl-lShfi'tndti:l'l":Y 1110.5 'll' A- 'X Nm' rv, nu. li nwfc llklf' 4' SIJUNX Lance C Engl R' V' xizvlwuxf -,. NYM H Xhi nruurl- IIIIIW, lnffi " ' 'X--Julv: Xmwrul vu INK 1.1.14 llllrx, lwfilf ch . p X ' 'N V xl Iv -I. 1--' L ll, M wlrx un Nl lfll, f4YlI'll, F7'hi"Ifm' 1' H-H.. ll ,,,,- rw -.,! mtl. lmlx, lwswvu, !N1ufay'SlU-Yami., V- "vw: xln' 1 I .ryx X ' 1:4 Mumlv- CN-un.nhl, Pukuwn' ,v"'l ""-' E -4-"l' - 'VNU Yrlllhidxl fate" g . - ga, . UN' yi H d' L. JAMES J. CARNEY Wheeling, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: International Relations Council, Newrnan Club, Ski Club, Varsity Club, Soccer, Baseball, lntriunurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Corsair, United States Lines Com- pany, Inc., S.S. Export Bay, American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. African Mercury, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Sofia, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Colombia, Dominican Republic, France, Italy, Japan, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Venezuela, Yugoslavia. Gs MARK D. HOOPER San Antonio, Texas ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Drill Team, Regimental Policy Board. SEA YEAR: S.S. Almeria Lykes, S.S. Stella Lykes, Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Inc., S.S. Gulf Shipper, Gulf and South American Steamship Company, Inc., S.S. Texaco Connecticut, Texaco Oil Corp., S.S. Claiborne, Gulf-Puerto Rico Lines, lnc. VOYAGES: Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Greece, Iapan, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Turkey, Rumania, South Korea. ,4llF" 'QW HARRY HARKER, III Bethel Park, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Debate Council, Intemational Relations Council, Ring Dance Committee fChairmanJ, Protestant Choir, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Bridge Club, Sports Publicity, Cheerleaders, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Corsair, United States Lines Com- pany, lnc., S.S. Export Bay, American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines, Inc., S.S. African Mercury, Farrell Lines, Inc., S.S. Santa Sofia, Grace Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Aruba, Colombia, Dominican Republic, France, Italy, Japan, Mozambique, Nationalist China, Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, South Korea, South NVest Africa, Spain, Venezuela, Yugoslavia. P P ffl if , " , - , 4 X-' . W4 , 1 i i , i 1 i ' Y i i i , X A l 4. .1 ,LV . f'gf - ififi f.. , Li 'fy'-if RANDY SCOTT LONCERICH Fairfax, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Cross Country, Truck. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Magdalena, Graco Lines, Inv.: S.S. African Lightning, Farrell Lines, Inc., N.S. Savuiiiiiili, Anwri- can Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Angola, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Hong Kung, Italy, Jamaica, Iapan, Liberia, Nationalist Chinn, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Republic of the Congo, Sonili Korea, South VVest Africa, Spain. TIMGTHY ALAN MOHLER cmice, ohio VVILLIAM RICHARD LUDT Park Ridge, New Jersey .M'."il5l'lTx1N liliiiillill. liilwimliuriiil R4-lations Council, Society of Nnigil :Xii-liilm-its :mil N1:ni'im- l'fiii:iiic'4'rs, Ski Club. Slfxl Xl'l.'Xli: 5.5. Jxllhllllililll lxlv, l'lLll'fl'll l,in0S, Inc., S.S. Mor- in:uXc'y':i, Aiumiic'-lNl4'liulliizlrlr l,lli4'N, llllhg TCXZIS Sun, SUD Oil ffii,g NS. Nziiiin lXll'l'll'llK'5, SS. Snlliil ROSS., CTHCC Lines, lnv. NUYACIICNL nliixliulizi. lirligiiiin, ffiilcnnlxizl, Denmark, Ecuador, Ilnili, jznnniiii, N11-xim, Ni-tln-rliimls, Panama, Peru, Poland, Sw:-ilvli, Yr'i1c'vuc'l:i. JOHN RUBERT PISKURA jnlnmlmvn, Pvlinsylvanihl ACADEMY RECORD' Clee Club Intc-milifn l R I t' ' , A -1 , V . 1 -1 , C , , , , , , v , .- l1'mHll 011, Newman Club, Catholic Chair, Pmtesganlt CimErm?Thrilwlxl M iilllnkil Ill! Ullli liiii'lli.iliiill.il lwlaiimis Lniiiiul, lull Cquncil, Bowling League, Sports Publicity' ' ' ' 1 lllir, Ski i lilly, lull iiliillalx I , , ' -' '- ..S. NUT' SEA YEAR: Santa Cecilia, Grace Lines, inn-3 SUS. Wwulm NI' X ill, Xl: -, -, Xnm,iIi.in Imp Lnrvll Lunar. 'Earring Squn' Sim Sun, Sun O11 C04 S.S. Pioneer Contractor, Unitferl Stalc-Q lirics HW W VA' lbw' HA "H" H k lumix' Im? Sb' fmt A C0mDanY, InC-S STR. Edward R, Green, Cleve-land flliillz ilrrrn im ul' X ii xml. HUININV UNH! 'Klum' hw. d Co. Yin 'li4l'.'l -XII-Ji :lil llvliwxliii, ilvlnlillviu, Dl'IllTH'll'k.q Etfgltlnlmll VOYAGES: Belgium' Dominican Replllllicy Frgmpp CNW! lifliiii ll,iili Nl. xii., Ni-lln'il.iii-lr, l',ili,uu.l, l'c'rll, lwlunfl- 'W . 'w A I ' Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan, Nationalist Chinn, I"anamn Pliili ni pines, Venezuela. ' I JOHN MICHAEL MCWILLIAMS YVest Hempstead, New York ACADEMY RECORD: None. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Mercedes, Grace Lines, Inc., S.S. Export Courier, American Export-Isbrancltsen Lines, Inc., Ameri- can Reliance, United States Lines Company, Int-,g S.S. African Mercury, Farrell Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Belgium, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Germany, Greece, Haiti, Kenya, Libya, Nll7Ail1'I'IlJl4lllt', Netherlands, Panaf ma, Peru, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, South YVest Africa, Spain, Tanzania, Turkey. Ak BRUCE ALAN REEHL Monroeville, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Ski Club, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S, African Star, Farrell Lina-s, ine: S,S. Normati- vega, Moore-5lcCorni.iek Lint-s, Ine., S.S. Experlitor, American Export-Isbrantltscn Lines, Inc., S.S. United States, Uniterl States Lines Company, Inc., S.S.'Santa Luisa, Grace Lines. Inc. YOYAGES: Aruba, Belgium, Cameroon, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Great Britain. Germany, Guiana, Hon: Kunz, India, Italy, Ivory Coast, Iapan, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan. Panama, Puerto Rico. Sierra Leone, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Venezuela. X l 2 fl E-si, l. ii if gigzsbwg l S ji 411: -155 L Y, 1 .::Qif,T15j i Ai E . .- --if. I-1.1 ,L -Q -f .L11-.'Q'1' . Xkfazxcxif j ,yf ffihtii . if , ,-rfiswf' ,ff4:"xffi- fi 1, -w-'rf X .avv,.,- fx - -, , F374 x'15lf1r'1- Q is Y N L.. .fy--'EM 351.--. - gw,g,ib,g.4f25v-Q." 1 :' X, ' .airy-fe gixxx- il'-1-Q'r.jfffw:i,3:3'1fglEx ZF ,Q N, , ., ,.,-K .ieAl,.t.,x , i, l-.,xN:.ifg.i- ,,Y.-giijfizxf-LE 5.m,li.U 2 , J ,V V 2 L,-as I Jr A :rsiruir J-Siiv ei, . fi' if-:wa -X ' 1:1-5 im?" fwif- . . ff' ff' V 'K'afs-ve xfrik A .,1,5.i3s fr -.L sf 'ax ,Hifi 'fgkf ' .A 215.-.". ' it ' ' N' , ,. .1 i, -., .-5 yn. ,- SEK, IP ,R V5.2 ia , .- Jw ui f Q., , -.A 4 QM .hr -, Xxiifyd KPCCTQLR lqj 'nk i 7:J,,,j,U',t'-L E R NHT 'nffifl if-T' 'iffi --w A if ., 1, JZ., gli, Q4 ILAJ xx- ,fl in vm- i .iv . v , wi, iq K' , -Q, ,qua-1-,jf.l,,Af.f,,f ,, 4,7 i ff ii f ,aan R, N iff ff' My, X' XXXXX XY! .V ,ff B2 l A 'xiii-x.'Sva.a-,,.-"1QQ ' A-ff ig-cp.. , W ii f " QW Zi ,UWM J HAROLD RICHARD TIPPETT Neshanic, New jersey ACADEMY RECORD: International Relations Council Varsity Club, Midshipmen Council, Propeller Club, Sailing, 1 SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Cecilia, S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Linpq Inc., S.S. Pioneer Contractor, United Statcs Lines Clnmmngl, Inc., S.S. Western Sun, Sun Oil Co., S.S. Mormacbn Mr i McCormack Lines, Inc. yi mm VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Dominic-an Republic, Dutch WI-at Indies, Great Britain, Haiti, Jamaica, japan, Ngifimmlggl Chill., Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, South Korea, Uruguzly. Venezuela. KURT VAUCHN SCHOESSLER Seattle, Washington ACADIEMY lllCCOliD: Varsity Cluli, Tennis, Track, Intramurals, SEA Yliflll: SS. japan Mail, American Mail Lines, Ltd., S.S. Santa Juana, Kiran' liincs, lnc. VOYAKZICS: Canaria, Colombia, Costa llica, Dominican Republic, lil Salvailor, Guatemala, llomluras, Ilong Kong, Jamaica, Iapan, ML-xi:-0, Nationalist China, Nicaragua, Panama, South Korea, Triniclail, Vciivziiulzi, AD CEOFFREY SAMUEL TOBIAS Freeport, New York MIAIN-:MY lll'Il'UlllD: liiimiiiiiiimi in-liaimic CImir1cil,Chf'Stinn f'Ul'lN'll. liuli-nt Kfluli, Suri:-lx' ul Naval fhcliilcvts unix Mmm l'llllillll'4'V9. Ski Vlnli, Ynixilv Vlnli. Sailimz. lnffmmlm S' Hlffl Yliflllz 55.54. 'AIll1'lll'llIl 5liippm'l', lli1iIl"ll Slafvi l,illES CUNA' I'1'l'Y, lllltl S.S. eXl1ii-an Mi'lruv', l'l3ll'l'l'll l.ll1l'X. Inf'-I SS' Exloliel Auwiii-:ni Hxlfml lslnamllwn l,im's, luv.: SS- Mummc-8 5, MUUH' M1-ifmmm-k lam--., lm.g NS. Hama Paula, Grace I-'me' ln1,, HH, Smluiinv Xlililllllll, Xliwliil Oil flllfll. . X'OY,MSl'lfQ. -Xii'm'ntnn.i, llmfil, llvlmauv, KEITH! llriiain. H8122 l'1"N! I:uu:m-a, 7X1i-:,imlnqm- Ni-tlu-ilaml Antilles, Rl'plll1llCla Slllllll 'xllIl"l Hiunlli llvx! Xliiin. Ollilill, llflllllmy- Vcnezue l Yilu'w1I'1i'rx 262 i lt WALTER CLAY SHARPE Larkspur, Califomia LYNN LaVERNE TEMPLIN Meadow Vista, California ACADEMY RECORDI Tfillmf Club, Camera Club, Intramtuals. ACADEMY RECORD: Debate Council, Christian Council, Varsity SEA YEAR: S.S. President Monroe, American President Lines, Ltd., S.S. Japan Bear, Pacific Far East Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Hong Kong, Japan, Nationalist China, Okinawa, Philippines, South Korea, South Viet Nam. JOSEPH WVILLIAM VIERTHALER, JR. Clementon, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Exporter, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc.g S.S. American Hanger, United States Lines Company, Inc.g S.S. President Coolidge, American President Lines, Ltd., S.S. Mormaccove, Moore-McCom1ack Lines, Inc. VOYACES: Bahamas. Belgium, Brazil, Ceylon, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Trinidad. Club, Sports Publicity, Soccer, Basketball, Gymnastics, Intra- murals. SE.-X. YEAR: S.S. President Monroe, American President Lines Ltd., S.S. Japan Bear, Pacific Far East Lines, Inc. VOYAGES: Hong Kong, Japan, Nationalist China, Okinawa Philippines, South Korea, South Viet Nam. ,.f-A X x 264 ,- , A Q ZH, 03. ' A ,kr nllh . 5, x 5 f Yikgkb X , , .. Q X ,S MR, l' '.-- :' . x ' ' ' ' X N,X ' I xf. 12' ,' ' 'xx -.....- , ,, X ' X, 'YQ X Vg. 'il ', ,T ' Q v 25, Y. 2 , E 5 F' NN S 'Fl A JAX QQQWKQ E7 GMX W4 7? M J'7i795 ' , f ifwfdf-fgikYULWA. fx! 6 4 Off Af- fm Af Af, HF Tfl 11" Q 4 f X. JAINIES EDVVARD WEINHEIMER Stonewall, Texas .XCAIHIZMY IRICKTOHIB: IM-Imlv Cmmc-il, International Relations Cfmnm-il, Nvwmqm lflulw, 'l'1'irl:-nl Clulw, Ski Club, Camera Club, lxllklhlllllllllll Cfnum-il, lntxummruls. SEA Yl'f,'Xll: SB. .fllnu-rin 1,5-lu-s, SS. Slvllal l..ykCS, Lykes Brothers Simulmllip flllllllllllly, lmng 5.5. Gulf Sllippvr, Gulf Oil CO!'p.g 5.5. 'llmzlc-cm C-mm':-lin-ul. 'IYUXLICO Oil C0rp.g S.S. Claiborne, clllll-l,llVl'll! Him-u l,im's. lm: YOYMZICS: Chill-, chflmnhin, ICQ-undm-. G1-of-cc, japan, Nationalist Chinn, Olaixmwn, llllllillllll, Peru, Puerto Rico, llumania, South Krnwax. 'lllll'lil'j'. 4'5- Q' 1 IOI-IN MICIIAEL YUNKER Uluicngn. Illinois AllAl7l'lNlY IIICVUIRIW' llmlr I'lu'.v, lnlmnutimml llc-lations COQIITI: Hill!-Y f:UllllIlllll'1', Ski llull, Nvllfilly Chill. Swimming' n llIlll'lllH. SIGN YIMXN' Shi. -Xrm'ri4-.m l'mmn:mml4'r. Unitvd Sfflffxi I-11122 K:""'l'1U'3'- 'IHA NS, Nc'lvl11m', I-'guxvll l,im'x, HIC.: B' on .et IVIIN, Mnm1vfNlv1'mnugu-L l,llli'i, lniug SS, l,l'llLll'Iltllll OLCRIII v l'lml1'l1li11l I ,im-Q, luv. r - , ,. , - ' 0 lol 'lf-lkfw' lln'lUuml, ll1'lIllHll'k, Cla-rm:ll13'. C-fvilf llrllnln, Grcenin' Imlll ILIIMIH. N.1ln.m.1luC f'l1m,1, N1-tlu'1l:lmlQ, NUFWIYY- Palgal-ea' l,I'lllI'lYill1'N, l'n-l,m-I, lily-ulllly .xl Niilllll Allflfil, Silllth 0 ' Sllilill, NWA-114-ln, 'lilrl-wx ,Inf I n Q. I-lu snow. , .- is ns n on - , , ' rs D 7 'nfs fr .n Q c ., ffm-QA , I I ,. .9 i xuii'?' M 5 -- ,sa-123,51 5- I ll H---.? 5 Q , ,f rw ,ky N N" xi! ' ..- - ff' K . "', , 'V "Ns" """ M. -' ' -1 '.M"7 ff' ., ,y,, ,mx 512 1' 1 y , ,M A . I , M . K -447 'S V l Z. -- 4 ,, X " EV . 1 " ' , ff,. 'ov JF, ,z4'S' , 1 , ' ,, ,LV , H, f-f-'vm' V, ,,.q- , 1 , I , ,". 1 . , , 1 ', ,,W, f-v-gm , J.. . , xx - I A -. :M f K f nn ,,,v-"" I ff, fp.. .32 ' .f",L'.f .--fKf":""3' I ,. . . J ' - .LA -. '-W , G- CJ ,, -aff? ' .gf - . , .Mr""u K -rf-L-jz, L-:A v' .k?..,:'1f, F . - ' , 'a ' wwf? . - K Ax I Q kdtyq- . , I I df ,. f ' x Q - ' . ' - V ' !!E 5m fFPE . W EEEE . r ADVERTISING INDEX 1969 IVIIDSHIPS Aerofin Corporation. .......--.,-,--K--- ---- -------- Albina Engine 81 Machine WVOYIQSA -.,--'------'A Alden Electronic CY Impulse Recording Equipment Co., Inc .l,.......K., -.-----f----',---- - American Export Isbrandtsen Lines w..,,,. American Mail Line ..........-..---.-----'-------- - ------- American President Lines .....K.- .,----------'---A------ - American Society of Naval Engineers, Inc ....... American Trading and Production Corp .... ...,.. Amoco Shipping Company ....,............... .--.---- Arnessen Marine SyStemS, IHC- ..-.------------- - Art Cap Company, Inc. ................ ---- ----,- ---- Atlantic Cordage 6: Supply Corporation ...-----.---v--- -- -'----- Aurand Manufacturing 61 Equipment Company ----,-- ------ A28 A44 A50 A2 A32 A36 A16 .-....--A45 A14 A37 A26 ,A43 Automatique New York, Inc -.... ..-...-.--------------- A ---------- --A---' A 4 9 Avon Steamship Co., Inc .... - ................... -- ------ -- f-e-A- -A22 Basch Co., George ........... --- - ....----- - -.---- A37 Bay-Houston Towing Co. ...... ..-- --.---'--g - ---A31 Bayberry-Great Neck Hotel ............ - ....... - -------- - ----'---- A30 Bendone Manufacturing Corporation ........ Best Combustion Equip. C0 ....... -- ......... -----.A37 ..---A26 Brewer Dry Dock Company ............,............ --.---- A 26 Bunge Corporation ....... - .......... -.--- ................. ----4-- A 35 Burmeister 6: Wain American Corporation ........ ..,.t.. A 11 Bushey, Ira S., or Sons, Inc.- ..... - .....,............. .,..--. A 36 California Shipbuilding or Dry Dock Co ......... ......, A 16 Camp Steel Works, E. V. ........... ---- ...... - ...... - ....... A36 Canaveral Port Authority-- ........ - ...... - ............, ....... A 38 Carrier Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, ...... ....... A 50 Central Gulf Steamship Lines ............... - ......... ....,.. A 18 Charvoz-Carsen Corporation .......... .... ...... . A 33 Chase Manhattan Bank ....... - ............... ,....... A 46 Chemical and Power Products, Inc. ..., -- Chevron Shipping Company ..... - ....... . .....,. A15 Chubb or Son, Inc ........., ............................ - -- ,... ---A43 Cities Service Tankers Corporation ....,... ......,,.,...,,,,. A 33 Clipper Marine Corporation ....... ---- ....... - .,,,.,,,,-- A19 Coilin Turbo-Pump ........... - ........ -- ,....... ,,,-,- - A23 Combustion Engineering Co .... - .... Corrosion Dynamics, Inc ...,......... ..-----A48 Crane Company-- .................. - ...,,....,.,,,..,,,, - ,,,, - ,,,--,,- --,,--- A A16 Creighton Shirt Co., Inc .... - ......,....,,.. - .,,,,,-, ,---,--- A 30 Crossocean Shipping Co., Inc.------- ..,, ----- - --A27 Delta Steamship Lines, Inc .,... --,- .,,,.,,,---,.,,,. d----,-, A 38 Designers Sc Planners, Inc. ..,....,,,,,,.. ---- ,,,,,,,, -.,----q A 27 Despard or Company ....,,...,... - ,,,,.-,,,, , ,,,,,.,,,, - ---,-,,, A20 Devoe or Raynolds Co. ................. - ,,,,-,,, - ,,,,,,--,,,,-,,,,-.,,, -------A22 Dieges 8: Clust ....... - ........., - ...,,, , ,,,,,,, - ,,.,,, 1 ,,,--, 1 -.,----4,---,.--, A40 Drew Chemical Corporation- ....... Electric Tachometer Corp. ..... - Evans' Sons Co., L. B ........... Farrell Lines-------- ..,,., - ,,,,,--,,,,, Fiat ............................,..,,,,.,.,,,, , --,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, 1 -,--A-A-- Galbraith-Pilot Marine Corp ......... -A47 --A19 -A40 -.A41 .--.A7 -A42 Gamlen Chemical Co ................,, -,,,,,,, 1 ----,-,,-, 1 -.,-------------. A 42 Gibbs :Sr Cox, Inc ....,.....,,....,,,.,,, ---M .,,. -----,-- A 41 Gimpel Machine Works, Inch- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 -,,,-,,---,,--, -----,-V A 43 Grace Line ...,... - .....,,,,, - ,,,,,-,,,,,,-,-,-,.,,.,,,-,,,-,-- -,---,-------- --'--V- V A 10 Gulf 51 South American Steamship Company, Inc ,---.,-.----i--- A28 Hanna Mining Company ,..,-,,,,,,,-,,,,,,--,, 1 ---,---.-------V,---- --K-V-,- A 21 Henry, I. I. Co., Inc.---- ..,,.,,,,-,,,,,., v---.- ---,---' A 3 1 Henry Valve Co. ............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -,--------,-- -------i A 5 1 Hose-McCann Telephone Co., Ino ,----,,, 1 ------.-- --K----, A 22 Humble Oil or Refining Company ,,---------,,,-,----,-V, -,---,-------P-----, A 29 Interlage Steamship Co. ,,,,...,,,,,,-,-,,,,,,,--.,,.4--- ---------,--.,.w--- h,gwi-- I A 43 International Organization of Masters, Mates, and Pilots- ,.,,, A53 International Paint Company, Ino, -,-,-,-,-,---- -,-----.--,,' NvV---Avv--H'-- A 4 2 I lntiwnntioiial 'l'i-riuiuul Opt-rating Co., Inc ,,,,,, - '--,A--- A23 johnson N lliggins , - A A A -'a1--e-4e4 -----...A29 Joliiisoii Si-i'x'it-v Company , , -- in---VA39 Ki-ystonc Sliipping Co. . . ..., .- ---'--.' A39 Kings Point lwIz1t'I1i1w13', - ,,.,....,,. .mn-.A20 Kings Point Maritinn- Association, Inc .,,,, '-,,-.-- A 44 Long Island Trust Company .,r., ,.....r ,,,-- --A21 - ......, A32 Long, Quinn tk Boylan Co., .,.,, -, Lundt Moss Co. ., .V..t..,.. . .....,......,. A,,,,- , ----'A51 I-,ykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc ..,,..,, -W ----- A9 M Zz E Marine Supply Co .,.,.,,..,... --,---'., A51 Marine Electric COID.. r... ,..,......,.......,. ..... ..r. .,,,---, A Min-ine Products or Engineering Co ..,.... ,...,,,,,, ,-,- Q , A18 Maritime Overseas Corporation ..,......, -- ,,,,,,-, -,,,---, A 18 Maritime Power Corporation .....,..,.. - ,... - ,,,,,,,, ,,,,--- A 34 Maritime Reporter t...,.....,......,... - .........,,........ - ,..,,,, -- ,,,,,,, ,-A18 Marquardt Corp .,,r,,,.,....,......., .................. - .......,..., ,,,,,-,,,,,,-.,, A 1 7 Maryland Shipbuilding or Drydock Company ,.,,,,..,,, - ,,,,,,,, --A39 Mathiasen Tanker Industries, Inc ........,. ..,,...,,,,,,, , ,,,,--,-,., A 41 Matson Lines ..,......v.,........,,... ......,.......,.............. - ---- --,,,,,,, --A19 McAllister Brothers, Inc .r,...,,..... ..,.... - ..,.., - ,,....,,.. -, ,,,,,,,,,.,1 A2 7 McMullen, John I., Associates, Inc ..,.... - ,....... - ---- ,,,, -A34 McNab, Incorporated .,..........., -. ............ - ...,.., ,- ,,.,,,, -A34 Mobil ,..r.....,.......,.,,...,.,.,...,..,...,..,..,...., - ,.,,, -M---NAS Moore-McCormack Lines Y.., ..,.. - ---- ..,...,, ---A14 Naess Shipping Company ..,,,.,..,,,..,,..,,.., - .....,......,..,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,, A34 New City Printing Co .,......,........ .,.....,,.,,..,..........,... - .....,..., - --A54 Newport News Shipping or Drydock Corporation ........, -----A23 Nilsen or Mills, Inc. .,..,..,.....-...,,,,..., - ,,,..,.,,.,...,, - ,.,..,... ,..... - -A26 Norfolk Shipbuilding or Drydock Corporation---- ------------- --A44 Pacific Far East Line, Inc. ..---.--.---.--.--- - ------..-------.. --- ...-. -.A38 -A40 Paulsen-Webber Cordage Corporation ---.-.-... ....... - --A35 ' -,-----.. --A14 -A19 -A24 A12 Propeller Club of the United States -,----- - ...- .. ..... A35 Parkway Distributors, Inc .-------- -----,-------,------ --------- .---..- Perolm Company, Inc .--------------- -------------- Pittston Marine Corp .---- -----------,---,----- Port Electric Turbine Division ------.-- Port of New York Authority-----------M ' ' -... A8 -A31 Red Hand Compositions Company, Inc.---- ...-.. - ........... -------A45 .A25 Protection Equipment ,-----,,--,.,,-,,,--,,,-,-,-, -------------- Prudential Lines, Inc, -,----,,----,-.--,'-,----------------- ------, - -----. - - S621mZln'S Bank for Savings --,-,,-,1,-,,-1,-,------ -.... - - Seatrain Lines, Inc ,------. --,,,,-----,,,---, 1 H .--.. -.JA6 Sharp, George G., Inc .-------,- --,--------,, --,,------ ----........ .A 3 5 Slater SCIIOOI or College Services -----,-- ,- --,--.. ..........----- -A 49 State Laundry Coq Inc ,,-,-,,--,,,-,--,---,-,,- , -----,.- A49 States Line ------------,-1--1-,----,--,-,------- F --,----,- ---.- - --A28 States Marine-Isthmian Agency, Inc ,---- ---- ..,..-4- A 5 SUIIIVEIII SCCll1'ity Sefvicgs, Inc .--------------q--, -,----,--- ,-,. - - Timmons or Charles, Inc ,------,----------- , ------- -- --,.-... ......-.- A 32 T0uGfSC11 BYOS. Contracting Corp .----- - -------- 'Al-3 Tfillidiltl Corporation --,,--,.,,-,-,--,,,---,- ..-. .. .-.A39 United Fruit Colnpany ,-----,,---,-w',-------,'.VV- F-,---ASS United States Ntlvlll Institute ,-------------,-----.. -------- V A25 United States Slllvllgc Association, Inc .----,..- --------- A2 6 Universal TCTIDIHIII tk Slcvorloriiig Corp ,,-------- .t------' A USMMA Alumni Agsociatjon ,--,ng,V--g-----,--u-,,,,g - ----..Al Vfmfluilfll Nlilitilry Equipment Corp ,---.---- .-------- A 37 ViCt01'y Carriers, Inc ,--------,,-Y,--,-,,,----,-,--- , .....---- A45 VIIZI lVlOtiVf1f0r C0 --A,.Y-Y,w--V ,--,-.... A VVHIZ 51 Krcnzcr, Inch- --,- --,,- Q ......- - -A50 -A52 -A28 Wlxalfif Bill' flfltl Hott-I Lancaster-M ---- ----4- - --A30 A51 VVHUIQCSIIII BCHI'IHgS Corp- YYfA,w-'V-P-Y ---...- VVCSICFH Goilr Corporation ,-------- , ----, WIISCVI1, Willlllli International, Ing, --1--1-,1 ..-- ---- - YWWUY COYp0l'aI'ion - --,,- -V--1 , V 711-,--, mp -.-.------A4 Zodiac ------,, Mzbg K K W A A H - ,M---A21 423 -A29 A39 ,ASQ -A20 .A44 --A21 .A32 -A51 N-A9 ,.A51 -.A42 ..A18 ,.A18 ,.A34 .A18 .sA17 -A39 .sA41 -.A19 -A27 .A34 -A34 .--A3 ..A14 ..A34 -A54 -A23 ,A26 .A44 .A38 A40 A35 .A14 ,A19 .A24 -A12 -A35 ....A8 EA31 -A45 -A25 -.A6 A35 A49 -,A49 -A28 ,,-.A5 -.A31 A32 --A13 -A39 .A33 A25 .A26 .CA45 ,Al .,.A37 .-,A45 ,A30 ..,A50 .A52 A28 .A30 .A51 ,...A4 ,A21 U ITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, INC. Est. 1945 11112: ,Village H AN:-'Tfxa Ili? ' - T 4412 ,fi tex can Wnyguwx x Rx 'E .X - ' E3 gi uttailllili gs D mx "C if ' :ss x x " 4' A xv F-1 f X041 5 I ex QQ N145 -v ivo ooo SOCIF ,lf "I1111ll' Founded to serve the Academy. the Regiment of Midshipmen and the graduate body . . . and through all- the American Merchant Marine and the Nation. Dedicated to total involvement throuvh meaninffful P D participation by our Executive Oflieers. National Organi- zations and Committees. National Officers Board of Governors Kings Point Fund Blue 81 Gray Club National Legislative Committee National Chapter Organization National Placement Bureau Alumni-Midsllipmen Council Alumni Faculty Committee Public Relations The Kings Point Log The Kings Pointer National Membership Committee Honoring our obligation to build a better Kings Point. A-1 We expect you to he .i traiiied otti cer in the United States- Mt-1th.uit lVla1'ine and we'll treat you .it told, ingly. tit You mu rate hip, with uf-. I If hard work is your hae. l i lt you want to sail modern ships. l t If you want to raise your license quickly - ahead of the crowd. l I If you think of transportation as an integrated industry with .i bright future. lj American Export Isbrandtsen Lines is a growing company because we're a pioneer- ing company. Nuclear power, gas- turbine power, containerships, a roll-onfroll-off ship, modern car- goliners-North Europe, the Medi- terranean, South Asia, the Par East-they're all part of our scene, And we run a taut ship, on land and at sea. D If this sounds like your kind of Merchant Marine,let'sgettogether. And get ahead. AMERICAN Exvom- ISBRANDTSEN LINES 26 BROADWAY Nrw YOR K,N.Y ioooa Tri 217-791 moo As: K To the class cf 1969 With best wishes for a successful career from Mcbil Marine Fuels!Mcnine LubricantsfMc:rine Coatings Worldwide Marine Service A-3 Yaiway's new Quick-Change-Trim In- tegral Strainer Steam Trap is the an- swer to today's marine steam trapping demands-dependable performance, instant maintenance, ready availability of parts. lt is smaller, lighter, has an integral strainer, and revolutionary new serve ice and maintenance features. Opera tion is not affected by pitch or roll Trap is shock tested in arzrgorriarire mm .intl l'ititl 5, it nds. i if l X . to-t wvlil U' Manga eth6fUll - - i liiiilQi'ilttl 1748 wus M fine Q V M I x ,twin mS9Yt 'UATTONI i 7wD.lt'vN'AN QORPOR ,l Ln-, Vt audi!! It-ggfpif ,,, tiiwmmntiiu -mimi .i g-ii , '-how? , 0 thfm KNOW . X S t cu1I,lhr:ur1C'f "" wi' lm: ALEYANDRIA ALCIERS ALICAVIE ul! EY AQ-MA xsif BA .EIA R-XNDRK SHMIPOUR 8.-WCKC , . 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III' ,I Hua!- !lIIII1Il,I':i'n :M K, ,.g , ,L H, iW,,,I -'I'I' IH' 41-I ,nl I I , In! TIIIISI IIIAIIIII Iv, ily, Y, If i 5 I, Llnwn , .I N CHEMICAL AND POWER PRODUCTS, INC. ,. ,, - fII'IllI.I'I!,IA"H' "I 'II 'II 'I New SEA'-QI. I" "WMI "WUI HwmI-m- ww Irnwrv won- Ilnfn Jin Aff g If Q 4, .N 'WI H 999 Ho' A ' I .'.'vlIff,-s II.,. - Hjggj III, A , 1 ,.r-. f , I . . I' ls I lates ine, 5 last. .INE lllllll Illlllllll lllllll IIKES. IIIII IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIS III lllllll III IIS 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 challenge 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 1971. You can be proud to join the Lykes team, a leader in ocean transportation since 1900. LINES LYKES BROS. STEAMSHIP CO., INC. New Orleans, Louisiana OFFICES AND AGENTS IN PRINCIPAL WORLD PORTS U. K. LINE ' CONTINENT LINE - MEDITERFIANEAN LINE AFRICA LINE - OFIIENT LINE ' CARIBBEAN LINE A-9 Linking ine Americas for1OO years. Tne enipe ei Grace Line offer cruise passengers and cargo clients more ei everylning. More Ships, nnore sailinge, rnere Services lnen any einer line. Grace Line 75 i liiiiriviii fmiiiiiiiy Nfiw Yrfiie, ivi gi' iririri-i BURMEISTER SWAIN DIESEL PRDPULSIUN r Ba.W Marine Diesel Engines power all types of ships in the Merchant Fleets of every maritime country in the world. -Q P , - H4 1 ? S" Z ' ex STER 5 2 2 2 Baw i 2 1 -. S ' r ., , if ' 2 it ' . , rw: up '1 1: arms!-15 lfifjfx 3'-, fl, -M if-rf if -f .Lg,1gl'..Ei4 o'..,4ELqi3.J L.: l-Qr1.,,i .E 555 ,, ' ..4 , ,fx "'xv7f'2"?"If:3 TT" fT51f?'3f'?Q'kfQff 'TD ,E ""AT'f"f " " Legsf,f.i..:-1:ol.lga1., .4 ii: Li-, 4, V-.1.:,io, .gf , 17 Battery Place, New York, NX, TOOO4 Phone: 269-0980 asubsicliary company of EUEi.'iElSTER el WMI! Copenhagen Denmark A - sum moan Lmerissav , SUSE! 152-!1PBUil.xDlNG AZ'-iD DRY DUCK CO, CHESTER 0 A Port AuthorityMarine Terminals 5 The Busiest, most efficient Marine Terminals in The World's Busiest Port. B Newark New Jersey 1. Port Newark Newark ay, , 2. Elizabeth-Port Authority Marine Terminal Newark Bay, Elizabeth, New Jersey 3. Hoboken-Port Authority Marine Terminal Hoboken, New Jersey ' ' l New York 't G ain Terminal 81 Columbia Street Pier Brook yn, 4. Port Author: y r 5. Erie Basin-Port Authority Marine Terminal Brooklyn, New York 6. Brooklyn Port Authority Marine Terminal Brooklyn, New York 1 iii 93, STATEN ISLAND The Port of New York Marine Terminals 111 8th Avenue New York, New Tele: 212-620- MANHATTAN NEW YORK BROOKLYN X EW Oaez cc Wa!! of ' marine ' industrial 1774 g fag L- 1969 ,, friqxgx Q, .N .bk 1' xx ' ff? S xxx Q XX RK 1 YN '7' -- Qu- ...L. 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 TOLLEFSEN BROS. CONTRACTING CORP l28 BEARD STREET - BROOKLYN, N. Y. ll23l C2127 MA 4-lO5O ASSOCIATED COMPANIES MARINE RIGGING WORKS, INC.-Brooklyn, N. Y. NORDIC SHIP BLASTING AXS-Oslo, Norway A-13 PEROLIN I F u E L o I L TREATMENTS M Pero-Klean Marine Cleaners Representatives and stocks in Moior Pods throughout the world Y G ro A magnetic compasses ANSCHUTZ A COJGERMAN - y electronic automatic pilots and steering systems. - GERMANY-Boiler Automation ASKANIA WERKEI BLOHM A VOSSIGERMANY - MainlAuxiIiary Steam Turbines GOTAVERKENISWEDEN-Lodicalors HATLAPAIGERMANY-Deck Machinery KAMPNAGELIGEPMANY-Deck Machinery REDIFONIENGMND-Radio Equipment SlEMENSIGERMANY-Shipboard Electrical Equipment and Marine Automation SVENSKA FLAKTFABRIKENISWEDEN-Air Conditioning 91.4 PeRoLrN COMPANY,47rw. MARINE Division How is that for a marine systems umbrella? ARNESSEN MARINE SYSTEMS INC. 335 Bond St., Brooklyn, N.Y,112Cl1 Telex. 222028 NYlCable Address: ARNESCOR, New York. H Z 350 Filth Avenue ' New York, N. Y. l000l ,. -if PREPAREDN ESS A Strong, eXD6I'i0HC0d, Nady! merchant marine is one of our nation's key weapons. MO - . . . ore McCormack Lines plies four major world trade rou es in t ' world trade an ' - . . . . . , . . - I d'Dl9aSl1l'6 Cl'lllSlHg. At the same time it is maintaining the training, dls- clpllne and alertness of its oflicers and tht- readiness of its ships. This makes for a strong Naval Reserve, Moons-Mc A44 I K An honor t 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. Cne 1968 graduate who signed on with us is Maurice Hanford, Third Assistant Engineer aboard the J. L. HANNA.We think he'd tell you it's a fine thing to be a tankerman.These men have a special pride of their own. o the Academy Maurice and every other Kings Point graduate in Chevron Shipping are an honor to the Acad- emy. lt's in the way they handle their ships, their jobs, and most importantly, themselves. One day soon your own career will begin. lf 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 An Equal Opportunity Employer A-15 CRANE ENGINEERED American Trading PRCDUCTS and Production WS, , ,,u,,,,,e Corporation Special ter treatment equipment for dozens of basic mdustnes. 25,000 different pump types t move any fluid. ' Virtually every kind of fitt' g . Murine Division 555 Fifth Avenue New York New York 10017 CRANE 1 9 'lu-1. C2125 682-7722 Crane Co., New York, N. Y. 10022. CALIFORNIA SHIPBUILDING 8. DRY DOCK COMPANY 1601 W. WATER STREET LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA 90802 C bl : a e CALSHIP or Call Collect f2l3p 436 3 COME HOME T0 CALSHIP FOR REPAIRS WE'RE READY Fon You 4 Bl-I 09. 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' ro, -, I ,A ' . .. .,,.. 5- 1' if In 1968 We towed, pushed or docked a million tons of shipping per da . That takes a lot of power. McAllister has what it takes I With one of the largest modern fleets of tugs and barges, it figures. lNe're best eouipped fo lghte age and eve y movement Short haul or long, we're ready. With the right power for every job. McAllister Brothers, Inc.. To:-i g T ansoo tat on, 17 Battery Place, New York, .TT New York 10004. Serving the ports of New York Norfolk Philadelphia Mo teal Victo ia, Van-o e Q and San Juan, Puerto Rico. mifutffmo l 1 l 6 S C1-oAAocean Slipping Co., fnc. I7 BATTERY PLACE t 944-3100 GENERAL AGENTS NEW YORK- N-Y- Q . '? A-27 The sea shapes up for Western Gear We cant list all our contributions to the marine field. Here s an abridged xersioni Our Heavy Machinery Division builds replenishment sea systems' cable laying equipment' sub-rescue systems' anchor windlasses and cargo xxinches. We have a full line of marine propulsion drives, Drives for large ocean going vessels come from Precision Products Division while Industrial Products Divisions drives go into river work boats and fishing boats. ASW equipment and oceanology are the specialties of Advanced Management Division. Concept, design and production-we deliver all three from a single source. Write to: Western Gear Corporate Headquarters, Lynwood, California 90262 NEW GULF ANDES CIASS CAHGO UIVEHS BETWEEN GULF PUHTS AND THE WEST CUAS T SUUTH EH C G A EWEEW UCD DIEWS O O O Fast dependable service regular sailings and expert cargo handling are yours with I SMALL. 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