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

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TOI A ' .ii ■iiiiliiUi THE REGIMENT OF MIDSHIPMEN PROUDLY PRESENTS JAMES D. REDINGER Editor-in-Chief BRUCE E. PRINGLE Assistant Editor ROBERT LIVINGSTON Business Manager CHARLES FEATHERER Assistant Business Manager Not Printed At Government Expense MIDSHIPS LOG BOOK OF THE GRADUATING CLASS UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY KINGS POINT, NEW YORK Dedicated To ASTRONAUT ELLIOT M. SEE Progress Never Stops But Advances Faster With Each Step isummm: I f R ckvils piaw _J -« »«« ■. i Past the eagles a, ) the beat of drums, through the maze, at ast i AiJttI 10 ■ •- ■ ' ■- ■ -l ' - ' - ' I t ' I ' l l la % 11 the R is human and lives. spirit, like the Phoenix J forever rising. 12 jpring IS aone, our wings are dry. The Sirens are cal ing; Tank you Kings Point, I Good-bye. Larry Ghelsdn ADMINISTRATION J; •_• _ • RICHARD M. NIXON President Of The United States 16 THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON ?SJ ' GRADUATING CLASS UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARI AGADOIY lZ.ftTll,Z V ZoZT sT ' T ' institutions and tloned before in oiSstor " 1 ' " " " 1 " is being done by tS m eJ ° questioning is your generation vhT Slft ' ' ? ' generation, and U -est Of the angers tothpi:i::SL;s ' ! ' ' " ° ' L ' Ser ' he il ttn ' SV ' ° woman to drav ca Su h 1 2 . IT educated man and Which must be reSjSted d?J° " ' ' " " " " " " °=« i i« ' served. The fact tSt 1 ° " J h should be pre- seem artificial and un i3 . °f thinking Of all establishrst df oTsr r ' J - spect for the past and oS l it L. " " ' e- lead us to defend thoughtTesS t . ' " if ' " ° stability and obsolete. " «nT;xessly that which is outmoded Your challenge will be that r ■p change, of giving new apSLaf ' ' °° ' ' continuity and to our traditio Ss " J° f expressions the dignity and intJrUv of IT " " ° =°°««rn for that Challenge you T Z JZTl f " - -««ting se ' v ' ef , - i-l Srowth a d JuIfUi ent ' ' f " selves, for your camunity and for yo ti n ' ° " " " " iiTTVi iTz f ut srtit rr - -- cause I know of the exo . greater confidence be- to the exceptionll ' ciSLt °f° u? " Sf - °- °u bri ' " 7 .•_ • • 17 ■31 18 MAURICE H. STANS Secretary Of Commerce .,, ,,_iii-gi_ _i ANDREW E. GIBSON Maritime Administrator 19 .■ i • On 15 June 1970, Rear Admiral Gordon McLinlock, superintendent of the United States Merchant Marine Academy since 1948, was succeeded by Rear Admiral Arthur B. Kngel USC:G (Ret). Upon his retirement. Rear Admiral McLintock was raised to Vice Admiral USMS by orders of the Maritime Administrator. In this picture Mrs. McLintock is upholding tradition by placing the Vice Admiral Boards on Her husband ' s .shoulders. VICE ADMIRAL GORDON McLINTOCK, USMS Superintendent 20 SUPERINTENDENT ' S MESSAGE " Let us pause awhile and ponder, in the hght of days gone by. With their strange old ships and weapons, what our fathers did and why. Then if still we dare to argue that we ' re just as good as they. We can seek the God of Battles on our knees and humbly pray That the work we leave behind us, when our earthly race is run. May be half as well completed as our fathers work was done. " " Happy is the man who, like Ulysses, hath made a good voyage " Jochim Du Bellay 1515-1560 Good luck to all that follow after. Gordon McLintock Vice Admiral. USMS Superintendent 21 CAPTAIN JANUS POPPE, USMS Dean 24 CAPTAIN MELVIN H. DRY, USN (RET.) Head, Department of Public Works COMMANDER EDWARD E. ELLISON, USMS Head. Department ot " Finance and Supply COMMANDER CHARLES M. RENICK, USMS Director of Alumni Affairs and Placement Officer COMMANDER MELVIN J. KOPPELSON. USMS Administrative Officer mMd COMMANDER PAUL L. KRINSKY, USMS Assistant Dean COMMANDER HARRY P. HART, USMS Public Information Officer LIEUTENANT COMMANDER THOMAS HARRELSON, USMS Special Assistant to the Superintendent LIEUTENANT COMMANDER DONALD L. SCASSERA, USMS Assistant Head. Department of Finance and Supply 25 MR. JAMES J. PINKMAN Ships Service Otficer COMMANDER W. F. KINGSLEY, CHC, USN Proicstanl Chaplain COMMANDER ERNEST V. NAU. USPHS Chiel ' Medical Officer COMMANDER RONALD J. WALSH, CHC, USN Catholic Chaplain 26 LIEUTENANT COMMANDER ALAN B. VAN BUREN, USMS Assistant Head. Department of Public Works LIEUTENANT ERNEST W. FALK, USMS Assistant Registrar and Educational Services Officer LIEUTENANT COMMANDER KENNETH A. GEARY, USMS Registrar and Educational Services Officer LIEUTENANT JUNIOR GRADE HAROLD G. LASHER. USMS Assistant to the Registrar S 27 ACADEMICS IM w ENGINEERING From Row: Cdr. M. Gross, Captain L. S. McCready, Mrs. Mary Miller. Lcdr. R. Wells, Lcdr. D. Paquettc. Second Row: Lt(jg) N. Maroney. Cdr. M. Hirschkowitz, Ll(jg) J. Antell. Cdr. C. Sandberg. Ll. F. Reynolds. Third Row: Lt(jg) H. Newman, Ll( jg) L. Malinoski, Lt. J. Giaquinto, Lt(jg) F. Smith, Lcdr. W. Armstrong, Cdr. S. Carlson. Back Row: Lt. L. Kane, Cdr. C. Hubert, Lcdr. G. Barnes, Lcdr. H. Kirby, Lt. R. Panuska, Lt(jg) L. Sferazo, Lt(jg) F. Smith, Lcdr. E, Ferenzy, Lcdr. F. Schuler, Lcdr. W. McDonald. Capt. L. S. McCready, USMS Head Of Department ; 30 .a: =H I The Department of Engineering ably led by Captain Lauren S. McCready has taken a progressive attitude toward education. Hindered by outdated equipment, which is slowly being replaced, the Department is handicapped somewhat in the practical side of instruction. Even so, the instructors manager to impart to the stu- dents a more than adequate education. Instructors are made to keep up with their field by such things as; research pro- jects in conjunction with Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, back to school programs, readily available professional literature, cadet ' s sea projects, and mem- bership in professional organizations. Frequent trips on United States Merchant- men also help to maintain an updated Department. Engineering electives are being instituted on a broad basis for next year ' s new curriculum. These should provide the students with some degree of specialization withm their respective tields. The Nuclear Engineering Program is a good example of this. The new program will provide greater effectiveness to the Department, and should attract more students interested in related fields of study. Kpnu t ' ' MB pa r1 p- Ir jl ' j . o BfA Fk JH 1m I aHJ I lE Kw l H I 31 VP t •• The Department of Nautical Science prepares midshipmen to become compe- tent topside officers. Courses offered such as: Celestial Navigation. Electronics, Practical Seamanship. Astronomy. Meteorology, Naval Architecture, and Rules of the Road, are designed to provide both theoretical and practical education. Engineers receive courses programmed to acquaint them with the skills and du- ties of licensed deck officers along with basic training in safety of life at sea and fire fighting. One only has to look at the graduate records to realize the excellence of the education received at Samuels Hall. ■» . ' A " i LU u z LU u 1- I f ' roni Row: Lcdr. R, May. Captain W. Hurdcr, Cdr. L. Pearson, Second Row: Lt. T. Hacndel. Lcdr. O. Thompson. Lcdr. W. Wichert. Third Row: Lcdr. G. Steiner. Lcdr. P. Nazzaro, CWO R. Browder. Lcdr. J. LaDage. Back Row: CWO E. Cooney. Lt. F. Caines, Lt. E. Webster. 33 Cdr. A. A. Norton, Cdr. W. Poos, Cdr. H. Giddings. Capt. C. W. Ferris (Head of Department). Lt. C. Bardot. Lcdr. J. Gitman. 34 ' W ' V T " Tf- The Department of Humanities under the leadership of Captain Ferris is in the process iif ciMisiderahie change. To meet with the needs i r the students, a wide range of elective courses are being offered as student need and desire dic- tates. Sound judgement and intelligent planning have induced an ever increas- ing number to take elective courses. To be an engineer or deck officer alone is inadequate in today ' s Merchant Marine. Leaders must be aware of the problems of those under them; and must be able to express themselves fluently if they are to command the respect of a labor force, whose intelhgence is ever increasing. The Humanities Department can be proud of its outstanding personnel, five of whom have their doctorate degrees. With such qualifications the excellence of the education received can hardly be disputed. Captain Charles Ferris. USMS, Head of Department 35 NAVAL SCIENCE KBOBBI • Fniiii Rim Ll. R. Hurlock. Cdr, D. Robinson Jr.. Lt. M. Beclmeyer. Second Row: Lt. Tillotson. Lt. T. Tillinghast. Lt. S. Lewis. Back Row: CMC R. Piper. GMCS J. Williams. GMCI P. BrasseL The Naval Science Department imparts to the .student a mili- tary facet to his education. Personal discipline is important not only to the naval officer, but also to the civilian in any profession; and it is to this end that courses in naval .science are designed. Students learn the weapons systems used, naval terminology, and some basic tactics. This allows those who have the desire to enter a career as a naval officer upon graduation with a minimal amount of additional training. Such knowledge would be useful to the merchant officer in time of war when naval and merchant vessels operate in close coordination. Courses have recently been revised and brought into a more modern scope, so that they might be applicable to contemporary problems. Commander Donald Robinson Jr.. USN Head of Department !l 36 r—i00t--fff i ' ij i .. ■ ■■ii «- , Captain J. M. Dittrick, Head Of Dcparlment Mrs. L. Feldman. Sccretars The technological world is explored in the courses offered by the Depart- ment of Math and Science. Ably led by Captain Dittrick. students learn basic and advanced methods of calcu- lus, differential equations, and college algebra. Fundamental chemistry ac- quaints the students with the micro- scopic world of atoms and molecules. With these courses as background, they endeavor to master the physical world from levers and pulleys to the most recently found nuclear forces. The knowledge received from this phase of the Midshipman ' s education will be useful not only in design and efficiency of ships, but also in most other professional fields. From Row: Lt. A. J. Ceasar. Lcdr. G. A. Keyes. Mrs. L. Feldman, Secretary. Captain J. M. Dittrik (Head of Department). Second Row: Lt. B. W. Bellow. Lt. K. J. Lazara, Lt H, J, Beim. Cdr. C. J. Oberist. Third Row: Lt P J. Drago, Lt. W. Lebensohn. Lcdr. A. Stwertka. Lt. E. Weiss. Back Row: Lcdr. W J. Bay. Lcdr. R. M. Crum. Lt. (jg) J.V Ciancio. Lt. A. F. Nickl. Lt. L. M. Cassar. MATHEMATICS A ND SCIENCE k- Ih i 1 ' ■ ' :.» The Department of Maritime Law and Economics headed by Lcdr. W. W. Moore, endeavors to provide the student with the theoretical competence necessary for the appHcation of independent thought in these fields. The courses offered are designed to bridge the gap between the conventional classroom experience and the practical applications in the professional mer- chant marine, government, and private industries. In order to maintain a high degree of skill in an everchanging atmosphere, instructors are encouraged to return to schools and attend a modern education in law and economics. Instructors are also encouraged to become involved with the cadets by accompanying them on field trips and counselling for scholarships. A variety of electives are presently being established in the areas of management, transportation, and law and order to permit speciahzation according to the individual ' s interests. All of this is designed to enhance the quality and generally broaden the educational opportunities available to the student at Kings Point. From Row: Lcdr. W. Von Gronau. Lcdr. W. W. Moore, Lt. H. Katz. Back Row: Lt. M. J. Schwimmer, Lt(]g) J. C. Peck. Lcdr. S. Kirchen. Lcdr. J. D. Mahoney. Acting Department Head Lcdr. W. W. Moore. Pat Fitzpatrick. Secretary ll W Uf ionics rovide essaiy lliese rienct inier- i. in an aged ion in iedlo njiig ips. fished Jlaw oike bee lional Dini. Mr. K. Anderson. Miss G. St. George. Miss L. Haviland. Mrs. J. Schwartz. Cdr. E. A. Northrop. LIBRARY The Library has a large collection of books and periodicals for the students. A music listening room, other audio-visual aids, and individual study and conference rooms add to the usefulness of the Librarv. Along with all this, the Library offers a cool, quiet refuge for midshipmen from the regiment and trials of the moment. When Cdr. Northrop and his staff could not maintain the hours most needed by students, the Library was kept open on student initiative by the creation of a Li- brary watch. Again the student body as in the past, assumed the responsibility where other resources were not available. Now, the Library is open during the night hours and on weekends in addition to regular hours. 39 mt m jM» SHIPBOARD TRAINING Captain Ravmond Eisenberg. USMS Head of Department HMM HB i . r K ' H H P i a Captain Donald Thompson. USMS ATR New Orleans Captain Richard O ' Connell. USMS ATR San Francisco . ' Captain Michael Chicurel. USMS ATR New York 40 ' mf iH Lt. D. Kennedy, Captain J. W. Liebertz. Lt. K. Bantum. Lt.(jg) R. Zielinski, Lt. C. Stralka. Lt.(jg) R. Scalcioue. Lcdr. A. Zuaro. Ingrid Swenson. secretar ' Captain J. W. Liebertz. Head orDepartnien! f REGIMENT CAPTAIN EDWARD W. KNUTSEN, USMS Regimental Officer !i li i ' 44 ' ' ! » " ' w — tr- I- - --»• ■ ■.. ■▼ Lt. William McCaflen,-. USMS Assistant to the Regimental Offieer K v ' ml n ' V 1 1 m mhwi I M V m H K§t? Jv In ' m XH ru B H f » V l K 1 B M ■ MfMM V w Vl ' S H X ' m R vyfe vw ■ B Vf HI iTl ■ 4. ■ r ' M T 1 V 11 ■ 1 MM If Tj4 ' 1 te: uT B- 5|l ■ C- ' 4Jr " -r )im 1 S Lcdr. Arthur Finley. USMS Night Battalion Officer 45 REGIMENTAL STAFF 46 E. Quinn, Regimental Commissary Officer; R. Chambers, Regimental Senior Watch Officer; D. Laidlaw, Regimental First Lieutenant; S. Ford, Regimental Executive Officer; R. Lavinia. Regimental Commander; R. McConnell. Regimental Aide; M. Oehler, Regimental Training Officer; J. MacEwen, Regimental Welfare Officer; T. Hudson, Regimental Information Officer. Back Center: T. Schneider, Regimental Intramurals. _ Ti ROBERT J. LAVINIA Rciiimcntal Comniandcr STEPHEN F. FORD Regimental Executive Officer 47 Midn. Lt. David M. Whitty, BX02; Midn. Ll. Mark P. Troseth. BXOl; Midn. Lcdr. Stephen F. Ford, RXO; Midn. Cdr. Robert i. Lavinia, RC; Midn. Lcdr. John M. Spear. BC3; Midn. Lt. Ryman E. Kay, BX03; Midn. Lcdr. Ronald G. Taylor. BC2. Not Pictured: Midn. LCDR. John M. Kinsey, BC 1. 48 ■w — " ar- Seated: Mark Kinard 1 c. Steven Falkner l c. David Hiller 1 c, William Harder 1 c, Roger Swanson 1 c. James Litrun 1 c, Pascal Delaquil 1 c. Charles Wassel 1 c, Michael Todd 3 c. Standing: Michael Monahan 4 c. William StolTel 2 c. Robert Cameron 4 c, Steven Stabley 2 c. Timothy McShane 2 c. M Reed 2 c. I The Midshipmen Council is the representative student government for the Regi- ment. The Council is composed of representatives of each battalion from all classes and three officers elected from the Regiment. The Midshipmen Council deals with all facets of life at the Academy. Standing committees in the areas of academics, regimental life, and ships service — finances exist in addition to some short-term committees dealing with other matters a.s the need arises. 49 j i S. Fonuina. Battalion Welfare; B. Ravalico. Battalion First Lieutenant: M. Troseth, Battalion Executive Officer; J. Kinsey. Battalion Commander; S. Auth, Battalion Aide; J. Herndon. Battalion Training Officer; J. Alberts. Battalion Security Officer. 50 •m ' ' w ' ' SI ' ' JOHN KINSEY Battalion Commander CDR. K. A. LITCHFIELD. USMS First Battalion Officer MARK TROSETH Battalion Executive Officer 51 Front: J. Sweeney. Company Commander. Second Row: R. Geiser, Platoon Commander: E. Caltell. Company Executive Oflicer. Buck Row: P. Verrochi. Platoon Commander; R. Titus. Chief Peltv OHicer: W. Rung. Guidon Pcttv Officer. 52 -xgr- First Row: R. Franklin. W. Drozd, P. Canonica. R. Albero, J. Fernandez. Second Row: T. Guidera. P. Bailey, D. Harding, P. Marlino, F. Morse, J. Borell. Third Row: J. Benston, S. Brown. R. Pool. D. Christensen, E. Tompkins, S. Speer. J. VanLangen, S. Johnson, M. Fleckenstein. Firsi Ron: E. VanHoven, R. Mehtala. C. Wenthcn, J. Barclay. J. Beckman. R. Whinerv ' . M. Tricarico, T. O ' Hara. D. Snape. Second Row: R. Heer. R. Massa. J. Nelson. R. Torjusen, M. Kaminski, D. Olsson, B. Klepack, W. Miller, J. Roscnberger, Third Row: C. Evans, D. West. R. Pearson. R Field, M. McWeenev, G. Sullivan, 11. Klauke. W. Emerson. R. Rahb. R. Peterson. Fourth Row: S. Rowell, L. Williams, S. Albigese, M. Buzzell, W. McCullough. D. Buzanoski, J. Blake, F. Tansey. G. Subcleff, T. Alexander. R. Sherwin. 53 IP ,M m mr nf ■ M i L ii IP ■ -4 J P 1 ■il;:.-, :.. Front: R. Lisewycz, Company Commander. ScmnJ Row: L. CalhcK)n. Platoon Commander; H. Mason. Company Executive Officer. Third Row: G. Andrus. Chief Petty Ofticer; G. Strom. Platoon Commander; J. Thomure. Guidon Petty Officer. Back Row: N. Andrews. Intramural Petty Officer. 54 " i ' - W h Firsi Row: B. C.innon, K Cosgriff. J. Femie, B. Clark. D. Lancaster. S. Blust. A. Norris, D. McMahon. G. Rahner. J. Brodar. Second Row: J. Hamby. R. Brownell. J. Hado. V. Dean. A. Will. R. Dowling. C. Jahnston. S. Cohen. F. Schneider. Third Row: B. Larsen. C. Callaway. J. Dahl. M. Felde. P. Cain. T. Cornell. J. Koski. R. Witcher. E. Martin. W. Ball. Fourth Row: R. Carlson, J. Amoroso. M. Bechill. W. Anderson. F. Murpay. T. Childers. M. Forrester. W. Resop. K. Fidyk. B. Wolfe. R. Fremont. First Row: K. Spielmann. M. Ribera. D. Troiani. F. Barry. M. Costello, R. Leri. K. Varall. J. Graff. Second Row: L. Schmader. R. Hallmark. H. Oran. M. Van Raam. M. Garvin. F. Cole, D. Jackson. V. Goldberg. P. Harbach. R. Axline. C. Whiteley. C. Barnes. Third Row: J. Vitanza. R. Bahm. R Kaulbach. W. Emerson. R. Cameron. R. McDermotu L. Wilson. J. Ruffatlo. R. Nelson, P. Bellinger. P. Lisewycz. Fourth Row: C. Drew. J. Mondok. C. Bujega. S. Jockmans. J. Acomb. D. Deak. J. Kuly. L. Walder, Z. Osinga, G. Faber. M. Young. 55 R. Speight. Battalion Welfare Officer; W. Hunt. Battalion First Lieutenant; D. Whilty. Battalion Executive Officer; R. Taylor. Battalion Commander; I ' Hagsirom, Battalion Aide; D. Wineman. Battalion .Senior Watch Officer; W. Fairhurst, Battalion Berthmg Officer. Back Center: R. Delaney. Battalion Communications Officer. 56 U pri I pi I . 1 111 t RONALD TAYLOR Battalion Commander CDR. W. D. MEYER. USMS Second Battalion Officer . s T DAVID WHITTY Battalion Executive Officer 57 IP Fmni: J. Bidwcll. Company Commander. Second Row: J. Butcher. Platoon Commander; W. Izzo. Company Executive Oflicer. Third Row: F. Warren, Platoon Commander, C. F-rench. Guidon Pettv Officer. 58 ' ■» " » ' ' " ■nil " First Row: T. Roberts, S. Montoro. R. Coghlan, K. McParlaniJ, D, Saccoccio. J. Lynch. Set unci Row: D. Kelly, A. Geyer, M. Irving, N. Udell, R. Braziel. Third Row: P. Parly, R. Seiferl, S. Buckland, P. Clancy. G. Koons. R. Martins. Fourih Row: S. Andrey. J. Casey, L. Kline, A. McCulloul. First Row: K. Haydu, J. Limoges, K. Phillips. G. Taylor L Snieby. R. Hightower. J. Perez. W. Glover. S. Harris. J. Platon. Second Row: P. Calahan, D. Docrr. W. Bailey, G. Colvin, R. Richard, D. Fecteau. C. Parker. F. Steinman. S. Fisher. R. Davis. R. Polinchock. Third Row: T. Keegan. K. Burnett, R. James. S. Bigge. M. Monahan. R. Wiener. R. Drummond. K. Windley. D. Walder. T. Reed. D. Sanborn. B. Bollinger. Fourih Row: B. Miles. D. Grammas. J. Borup. G. Knapp. M. Mclsaac. S. Woodard. S. Sgroi. D. Martin. J. Finch. A. Ruben. E. Kelly. C. Lammc.t. H. Wicks. M. Wittich. D. Hansen-Dreyer. 59 M From: J. Baker, Company Commander. Seci»ul Raw: f). Lindeman. Platoon Commander; J. Jones. Company Executive Olficer Baik Row: T. Ryan. Platoon Commander; H. Mcllowav. Guidon Petty Officer. 60 First Row: E. Porter, J. locol, G. Hoffmann, J. Loftfield. J. Mellow, D. Loomis, R. Harkins, R. Lemon, T. McCabe. D. Rzasa. Second Row: J. Moran. L. Johnson, D. Snyder, G. Gilbert. P. Mayer, M. Mazza, R. Johnson, R. Monahan, G. Jockers. Third Row: M. McFee, J. Merrill. S, Jenkins, P. Kaczor, D. Narlin, A. Bailey, R. Johnson. R. Gregory. M. Lee. L. Gordon. L. Fodor. Fourth Row: D. Lalhrop. T. Gordon. D. Kat. T. Ripple. B. Poole. M. Napier. M. Kragewski, P. Hall, R. Kozlowski, T. McShane, K. Schoeppe, J. May. First Row: J. Krukar, M. Meade. R. Guerrero. J. Sehoonmaker, I. t ' rawlurd, I . Bajowski, C. Wheeler. G. Forman. D. Lowe, J. Bisc. Second Row: J. Sharp. D. Hunt. J. Sebuck. T. Schmidt. V. Allen. C. Parker, J. Nicoll, M. McQuillan, A. Muenzteld, G. Beaseley. Third Row: B. Carr. F. Wallace. R. Kirn. P. Pompar. R. Willrout. G. Twilliglar. R. Smith. C. Massey. W. Woodburn. D. Gray. Fourth Row: C. Bulter. R. Wieners. M. Monley. R. Sanders. H. Smith. J. Rizzo. R. Doty. O. Sweedlund. N. Klosowsky. B. Fernie. W. Porter. T. Lanaford. 61 M C. Fields, Battalion Welfare Officer; G. Sampson. Battalion First Lieutenant; R. Kav. Battalion Executive Officer; J. Spear. Battalion Commander; T. Morse. Battalion Aide; P. Cook. Battalion Training Officer; R. Nagler. Battalion Berthing Officer. Nol Shown: T. Hall, Battalion Security Officer. 62 ■ — (ff -xr ■f¥ y JOHN SPEAR Third Battalion Commander CDR. T. F. HANNIGAN. USMS Third Battalion Officer RYMAN KAY Third Battalion Executive Officer 63 From: D. Mack, Company Commander. Second Row: K. Schocnfelder, Platoon Commander; B. Murry. Company Executive Officer. Back Row: W. Harder. Company Aide: M. Kinard, Platoon Commander; R. Seraka.s, Guidon Petty Ollicer. 64 ;f 1-f :f:;r.t-.-T » MS i First Ron-: S. Quan. J. Cascohe, J. Wright, J. Shellem, K. Wenzel. R. Sharbaugh. D. Callan. Second Row: J. Robinson, R. Yost. T. Sinkus, W. Rowan, T, Walters, S. Adams. J. Cameron, S. Blumen, T. Davis. Third Row: D. Bufi ' o, S. Lofberg. T. Williams. R. Uhlendorf. L. Robertson. M. Slack. J. Bartlett. P. Shelton. Fonrih Row: P. Heuser. D. Myles. M. Woodard. F. Thomson. M. Wood. C. Schillina. Firxi Row: T. Hotchkiss. C . Novelli. D. .Anderson. R. Stewart. J. McAtamncv. A. May. C. Lund. Second Row: G. Rosenburg. R. Boyle. J. Mundell. J. Hoerhcr. D. Hernikel. J. Baken. H. Lowder. Third Row: i, Robbins. M. Shepardson. A. Chesler. A. Strcndert. R. Beatlie. D Pascuitti. J. Butler, J. Bouton. Fourth Row: J. Goode. D. Sauer. R. Japinga. M. FIvnn. J. Walton, M. De Boer, T. McSharrv C Cracdall, S. Cooley. 65 i » Frnnl: C. Fields, Company Commander. Second Row: R. Wise, Company Executive Officer: M. Sleller, Plaloon Commander. Third Row: J, Matejek, Platoon Commander. Fourth Row: J. Jablonski, Company Intramural Officer: T. Jedneszewski. Guidon Petty Officer. Back Row: F. Cranmer, Company Academics Officer: C. Reeder, Chief Petty Officer. 66 Hpi ■ 01 ■ .|g| r . First Row: D. O ' Neill. R. Wonnell. M. Virgilio. R. Rose, W. Vandenhoff. S. Robbins. T. Huinker. Second Row: R. Lockwood. D. Sharp, B. Cornwall. W. Walters. D, Tahaney, J. Mueller. W. Stoffel, P. Barnhart, Third Row: J. Hofbauer, D. Ferrigno. J. Nelson, H, Themak. C. Cashman. J. MacDonald. J. Rodriguez. Fourth Row: A. Matlack. S. Pleiffer. C. Reinhardt. F. .Anderson. B. Welcher. L. Weddon. B. Truog. First Row: J. Brennan. G. Haa.s. W Clittbrd. G. Robson. D. Broee. J OLeary. M. Stal .er. P. Slreb. Second Row: R. Kjeldsen, H. Lawrence. R. Williams. R Sponholz. A. Scuillo. P. Maloney. R. Rogers. J. Hadley. Third Row: R. Becker. D. Weferling. H. Brandenberg. D. Mokris. S. Fo, . N. Benen. A. Lietow. W. Egee. J. Murphy. Fourth Row: D. Zedan. D. Hockenberry. L Kcrrv F Re es. .1 Dvcr. R. Quiglv. R. Hammer. D. Tyner, L. Carey, L. Goodier. 67 " S- From: B. Hohcnstreet, Company Commander. Seconc Row: E. Jenkin, Company Executive Officer: S. Sime, Platoon Commander. Back Row: G. Lauritsen. Mustering Petty Officer; G. Soulhworth. Band Ensign: D. Merrill. Chief Petty Officer. 68 -i Firsi Row: C. Grant. G. Mann. S. Goldstein. R. Bingham. J. Tate, B. Pringle. M. Mohler. Second Row: H. Wright. J. Vargo, W. Robinson. J. McKissock. M. Livanos. J. Jurgens. S. Butler. Third Row: R. Pryor. L. Gholson, C. Buschert, P. Johnsen. T. Cambell, D. Glen. T. Brown, L. Sommer. J. Davis. First Row: H. Tarnecky. C. Arnott. D. Hicks. M. Curlis. Second Row: G. Mansfield, M. McCauley. G. Beale. J. Homer. R. Case, M, Kukuchek. R. Marcinkoski. Fourth Row: 1. Fletcher, C. McGowan, C, Young, E. Hays. R. Gilbert. 69 M FrnnI Row: S. Sime. Coach, W. H. Hohenstreel. Second Row: D. Merrit, J. Southwortli Third Row: J. Redinger, G. LauriLsen Back Row: F. Jenkin REGIMENTAL BAND 70 .--i; REGIMENTAL DRILL TEAM .mm w From Row: C. Lund. C. Crandall. K. Parker. W. Stollel. L, Dominic. L. Robertson. J. Roscnbcrger. D. Snape. S. Fisher. Back Row: S. Andre y. R. Briizicl. D. Sanborn. L. Walker. J. Nelson. C. Callway. 72 ignsr I 73 III L I REGIMENTAL COLOR GUARD 74 Tjr TBT n fU ftT t i mmmi " - - — I Tmr ft, i% %% % ' % K% !»% l ia ' t ' yV i ir . ' i ' % i l MJ a M -- - ' iin ' in ■I ■( ■■ II !!!] L ' !! • !( { !! !!!! r. nil ill) li II if II II 1 1 1!! 1!!! |flt ' ' li II f II ■_; ' nrnrP P II « I M -1 r " Hill III II. 11 f [ I I ' ; •lumttr " immti " iit " tmn " " , . ' A sunny Saturdav lii fJ!f -• ' . 1 f " REVIE f! The " OLD MAN " forever ACTIVITIES i. B. Pringle. Assistant Editor; J. Redinger, Editor MIDSHIPS Midships is the logbook of the graduating class and we of the staff have tried to make this book as complete a log of the class of 1970 as possible. Between these covers we have attempted to re-create four years and hi pe that bv doing so are giving to the graduating class a book that each man may look at and remember the academy as it was during his four years. To the parents and casual readers we have endeavored to make this yearbook one that will be of great interest and hope vou receive a favorable insight into the United States Merchant Marine Academy and its mission. 80 C. hcalhcrcr. and R, Livingston Business Managers B. Pnnde. C. Featherer, C. Grant. 81 rd Cdr. Harry P. Hart, Officer Adviser; Mrs. M. Smith. 1 , - ' ,. ' , M -j .i-i.vHiVj:iO))U». ' ? 5«. .avvaKi .ua C. Fields 32 igngr T T I G. Sampson, M. Carlson, and C. Featherer Photographers P. Goodell. D. Nesbitt. D. McCaulev 83 wwvwi rwwrtw Titi t, • ' i-efm Mike Hopkins, Fdiuir-In-Chicf HEAR THIS 84 I J. Jablonski. M, Hopkins, H. Wright, M. Carlson, T. Schneider, M. McFarland, S. Stabley, Hear This had a good year to test its journalistic merits. Under the adapt lead- ership of Mike Hopkins, Hear This managed to keep abreast with a turbulent year inside Kings Point and the hectic world outside. We need not say a great deal about Hear This. It speaks for itself. J. Snyder. M, Chfford. D. Grammas. D. Boyle. D, Snyder 85 ITTSf D. Myles; K. Cosgriff. Editor; J. Nelson. POLARIS B. Fremont. Business Manager 86 X ' ' But Jim, I think it ' s a good idea. " Polaris, this year, got off to a rather slow start following a controversial issue published in the later part of last year. The magazine was unoffically abandoned until some members of the class of 1971 decided to take over. This spring, under the able leadership of Kevin Cosgriff, Polaris reappeared in a new form with a new image. 87 DEBATE COUNCIL From Row: R. Stewart, L. Gholson. R. Wi e, M. McCauley. Buck Ron: T. Mayes. B. Pearson, E. Hays, V. Allen. C. Wiener. The academic year of 69 70 proved to be the most bounteous in a series of fruitful years for the Mariners Debate Council. Under the tutelage of Doctor A. A. Norton, the Debate Council proceeded to amass more laurels in one season than in the si.x previous years combined. Maintaining a high standard of debate throughout the year, the varsity team highlighted their season by taking second place at the Oklahoma Internation Tour- nament and placing two men in the top twenty at the annual International Tour- nament at University of McGill, Montreal. Even more remarkable was the performance of the Novice Plebc team. These men brought back three trophies for their cH ' orts and received a standing ovation after they represented Kings Point for its first invitation to the thirty year old Pcnn State Parliamentary Tournament. The season was climaxed by a surprise attack on Air Force; and for the second time in the 16 year history of the Golden Gavel Tournament. Kings Point tied for first place only to lose the Gavel to Air Force on total rankings. It was a very good year; one which hopefully will lead to a National Cham- pionship next year. 88 4 ' ¥ i: T V. Allen, L. Gholson, E. Hays, C. Wiener, " We know ihal, Cromwell " " E. Hays, L. Gholson. V. Allen. C. Wiener. " Harvard. Yale . . . K.P. - You Jest! E. Hays. T. Hagstrom. L. Gholson V. Allen. C. Wiener. " This is the plan of attack, gentlemen " S9 Bi Front Row: R. Barth, D. Andersen. T. Mayes. P. Johnsen. Second Row: T. Harper. F. Wilson. S. Robbins, J. Soulhworlh. Back Row: B. Pearson. J. Mate|ek. C. Reeder, J. Horner. NTERNATIONAL RELATIONS COUNCIL For the third straight year. International Relations Council has been building and growing. One reason for its success is the wide range of opportunities IRC offers its membership and also the entire regiment. This year, there were several distinguished guest speakers who were experts in thei r particular fields. International Relations Council challenges members to contribute their efforts towards activities at other colleges and universities. Delegations of Kings Pointers have been sent this year to seven different schools for Model United Nations Conferences. International Relations Council views the future as a medium for relevancy, where stu- dents will encounter real world situations. Through study, consultation, diligence, and group eflbrt, there will be attempts to formu- late viable conclusions. Such efforts will en- able the individual to accumulate a finer com- prehension o{ ' himself and the wt)rld of inter- national relations. D. Keene. H. Tarnecky. D. Ferrigno. M. Kukuchek. S. Andre. J. Hayes. MACHINIST CLUB The Machinest Club is the newest club at the academy, starting this year the members re-built the room used by a former Machi- nist Club sometime in the past. Having a lathe, milling machine, drill press, and various other hand tools, their lab is set up so that the members may produce a large variety of projects and learn the basic fundamentals in the operation of the various tools. r i Bill Harder, Chief enaineer. and Chuck Clemans. President. TRIDENT CLUB Yielding to the call of the sea snd King Neptune ' s bid- ding the Trident Club took to the water again this year with an ever increasing membership. During suitable weather the club made many trips to the various bays and inlets around Long Island searching for the unknown and in general having a very enjoyable time. This year the club added to its equipment an air compressor used for the tilling of the tanks. The most notable of its achievements this year was a team movement to Florida over the Easter leave. 92 J ' ■0- ' r ' ' ? j 94 95 REGIMENTAL BROADCAST UNIT From Row: M. Monely. P. Hammond, J. Vilgos. P. Sullivan. K Phillips. Back Row: E. Fox, P. Stine, J. Jurgens, M. Cote. J. Hayes, B. Poole. Probably the most heard from activity at the Academy, the Regimental Broad- casting Organization provides music for all meals and assists in the operation of the public announcing system at reviews and football games. The organization also provides assistance in the repair of private electronic systems belonging to the Midshipmen. 96 P Sullivan. B. Poole. P. Stine. P. Hammond. J. Vilgos. 97 M. Costello. P. Erickson, F. Schneider, E. Robinson. REGIMENTAL NFORMATION SERVICE The Regimental Information Service works closely with the Academy Public Relations Office as a liaison between the administra- tion and the regiment. Keeping abreast of the happenings at the academy, the staff is in charge of seeing that the hometown papers learn of the achievements of the various Midshipmen. 98 SKI CLUB From Row: H. Tamecky. D. Hicks, J. Haves, F. Barrv, R. Harkins. Back Row: M. Kukuchek, J. Armstrong, W. Roberts. O. Sweedlund, D. Lindeman, D. Glen, M Kinard, P. (ioodell, P. Harback. Consisting of over one hundred members, the ski Club is quite active during the winter months. Team movements to ski resorts in New York. New Jersey, and Connecticut are the mainstay of the club. The club roster not only consists of veteran skiers, but also many Midshipmen who before coming to Kings Point had never seen snow. Upon joining these men are given lessons in the art of making it to the bottom of the hill. 99 From Row: J. May. R. Clark, G. Van Tassel. Back Row: K. Fidyk, D. Carlson. D. Anderson. M Felde. Mark Carlson, Presidenl CAMERA CLUB 100 i ! - -U Dawrob Victory, better known to the regiment as Vic, became the academy mascot during the Spring of 1968. Since his arrival he has marched with the regiment for almost every event including reviews, football games, and parades. His only absence was during this past year; whe n due to a leg operation, he was out on extended sick leave. Now fully recovered, Vic has resumed his previous role as the rear guard for the regiment. liil • ' ' III 102 W Ji 103 ATHLETICS 4 Coach Drew Tollman A. Milian, B. Sussi. C. Stralka, D. Tallman, B. Polian, K. Banlum. 106 1969-70 LAMBERT BOWL WINNERS Firsi Row: M. Hollenbeck (Student Manager). W. Rung. T. Lush, C. Winters. R. Geiser. J. Luchetta. D. Cocozza, J. Martucci. T. Donohoe, R. Linteau. Second Row: E. Reyes. D. Buzanoski. J. Blake. J. Beckman. R. McTiernan. M. Sclioen, M. Durham. G. Twjlligear. R. Timonev. M. Wise. R. Wilson. Third Row: J. Sutton, R. Albigese. R. Bader. R. Kielbas. R. Wennet. W. Sheldon. P. Finley. R. Cappadona, D. Adams, T. Langford. H. Adams. J. Dupay. Fourth Row: D. Quinn. B. Moore. J. Redick. E. Robinson. T. Carr. T. Releford. R. Olsen, T. McGrath. R. Gabey, J. Rizzo. W. George. Fifth Row: R. Adams. D. Snyder. D. Murray. R. Rogers. B. Sinram. R. Walston. S. Ware. J. Stehn, C. Rupp. R. Bazza, S. DiFrancia. 107 t w-jdfci. ' " i m " ■j n 109 HARVEY ADAMS Little All-America 1st Team 1969 ECAC 1st Team 1967, 1969 ECAC Sophomore of the Year 1967 37 Individual Tackles of the Quarte rback m nine games. k no M " WUi Ji v ? • ' -F - ' ' Front Row: P. Lisew},cz. P. Kiescher, M. Holmes, D. Davey, R. Schmidt, P. Bellinger, J. Platon. Second Row: T. Schneider, A. Ortega, B. Johnson, B. Bragg, J. Sweeney, T. Mokler. M. Geyer, R. Polinchock. Back Row: W. Doyle, C. Miller. K. Griffal, D. Bangston, L. Boland, A. Teeter, Amen (coach), R. Lisewayz, J. Johnson, J. Arens, B. Tulley, D. Miller, D. Moogs, J. Angelo, B. Coghlan. SOCCER Teeter, Amen, and Lisewycz. 112 " " ■ . :pi wms ' ■Ik 113 BASKETBALL From Row: B. Brown. J. Miller, P. Lukas. E. Waryas, B. Larsen. Second Row: M. Johnson. J. Brown, S. Prosser, J. Homicki. Back Row: L. Moore, G. Shugrue, C. Brennan. J. Obelenus. Ed Warvas Bruce Brown 115 116 « 117 J. Peak. W. Tomasouic. P. Kristiansen. K. Clavin. R. Emery. W. Bushy. R. Winslow GYMNASTICS 118 . m a li WRESTLING From Row: i. Bise. R. Cavalier. T. Minicucci, S. Tarneckv. T. Hangstrom, R. Richards. Second Row: Coach Kemp. W. Long. K. Finnegan. J. Sicdiecki. R. Polinchock. D. Holstein. R. Rogers. T. Lush, C. Fodor. J Barklev. -J 120 ei " r BASEBALL ' r 122 123 Lt. R. Ach (coach). P. Cook. R. Nagler. T. Jednaszewski. S. Cohen. C. Young, D. Tyner. S. Andre. RIFLE 124 S. Sime. E. Meade. M. Kinard, Chief Williams (Coach). L. Klme. L. Forester. PISTOL 125 SWIMMING - - W Coach Mandel -— - SPORTSMANSHIP 126 TENNIS From Row: G. Cate, S. Jockmans, R. Nelson. Back Row: P. Barnhart. B. Butter. P. Park. P. Hall. D. Tvner. 128 ■■. ' ■ M - p - G. Hoiber. T. Rvan P Heuser, T. Sinkus. B. Siefert. RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB Front Row: B. Rung, R. Parker, G. Davis, R. McConnell, T. Schneider, J. Mannering, T. O ' Hara, E. Smeby. Second Row: J. Davis. T. Barowsky, J. Nickl, K. Finnigan, W. Egee, W. McCullough, S. Pfeitfer, G. Faber, L. Young, J. Tansey, W. Miller, M. Livanos, J. Krystal, A. Faherty. c Vl 5p1 V 5p 131 , J: MARTIAL ARTS From Row: J. Vitanza, M. Stalzer. H. Oran. P. Kaulbach. Second Row: P. Gray. J. Sweeney. L. Calhoun. T. Reed. D. Loomis. P. Harbach. Third Row: L. Lent (Sensei). B. Bollinger. A. Gnft ' al. K. Fidyk. N. Klosowsky. J. Rizzo, P. Meer, E. Loftfield. B. Fairhurst. 1 ■-( ; J r . ' ' i T ' ?ii 133 134 f 136 wm. ' trt:i-i!fr ' w.--; " ' . g..: i ' i.y ' ji ' t ' jW ' ROWING [■ii)»»iiinii in ' iiT ' ii II I II I ' mm 138 t - 5 ■;»- fj itUttl W , .. : j ' ; : i 139 -r " f V ] p ■ 1. ' MIDSHIPMAN LIFE ONE LONG HOT DAY IN AUGUST 1966 T Big Lief Trying on their " soon to be used " caps. Spike with a new Rope Trick. % " m- Who are those guw? 143 i4.! -s .1JI«.»« ■■- — " And then the Roow Said i Mi 1 i j 4 What ... me worry? Dick and Rich contemplating life in their new environment. 145 ■• " !€- Al doing his thing We Volunteered!? A Bakers " Dirtv Dozen " ue " !! " ■_■■■ » ■i ij... j. | ..j,-- i .-. B i Jflrrnfrft T in c nnf ia ffcT ' W ' d i i iib T?!- Where did thev hide the fence? " Here Here! ' " Drinkin " mv daddy ' s wine for the Buck Buck championship of Possum Kingdom. r Lav on McDutf. " Wake up Steve, it ' s time to leave. 1 9 Ken, Greek, and Mike . . just relating. ' " i! atfgXiC:JW»Wz» ) ' JrtA . ' Fnrr 7r7n i,..,, ' . ,-? REMEMBER THE TIME THAT WE . 151 ' CMprsTTs? ,n iiiSiiii r ' .-i ' r ' ' -i--: ri The Kings Point Steeplejack-Bill -Ho Ho " Hohenstreet. A nights work ... A 175 foot flagpole candy stripped All the way lo the top. AND THEN THERE WAS The Merry Men . . . " Ho Ho, " " Blade " Redinger. " Fox " Jenkin. " Spock " Lauritsen. and (Taking Pics.) Scolly " Sheepdip " Sime. 152 it All weather footgear. Crazy Richie II f vr : ...- 1 Winter uniforms. H ' w f K " Mescaline the cat. I ) Mike in liberty clothing. 153 eatS;iafK2i jiit t-iM- ' if. ' t ' -r :i ,-.-.: " WE LEARNED HOW TO FIGHT FIRES WE SURVIVED THE UNENDING WEEKS Travelin ' down that long lonesome highway Ken found the process of learning an experience in " terminal exhaustion. ' 155 Rememlwr when we marched to class. That can ' t ! e Dirtv Ed .. . He ' s studying. SOMETIMES WE LEARNED what would happen if 156 t GRADUATION I ' iS K ri 159 ! , y 161 t i k 7 y m % « ♦ ' I V W 14 Y ■ I lU l,„M»n ' Now — after many takes of what was to be, it was here . . . SEA YEAR No longer as a class but as individuals we went to sea. Someone once said that experience was the best teacher . . . And it became a year filled with new experiences and adventures. Lands, once only found in stories, became our classrooms . . . The sea once only heard from the shores. became our mistress . . . WE WERE THERE, and the sea will never be the same. A fickle mistress, the sea claimed two classmates as her own ... a part of us is gone. But now we look ahead and smile, knowing that we will go down to the sea once more. 163 m iiirnw Months ttill pass before 1 once again gaze upon the fair hidy oHiin (wmi ' i wmm 1 ■M A) .- t .r ir l 0 t Steve takes command and the ship will never he the same. Jim watches as the land is left behind. The sea makes old salts — Sal is no e. ception. m0 ■ mi iw tm itm - Down at " Mission Control " Bill maneuvers for departure. ::iiiiii[iudttKn " ' -.;i;.. ■ ■■ ■.■ !. . 7W»B1 A ' ..; I ;l! ' ;..i E.V- ' V, 4ii» .i«.w m 4 King Kong with Glenn Sampson. i i «r « :;r «w ' Hons Kong ' s Tiger - Balm Garden ' s latest attractinn - T Lush Wff ' iw..., ;_;;- " f t mi Craig and the MEBA Apprcniicc. Tr» » " M;, 1 here is one in every class. Gibralter. Gatewav to the Med. Al restine between coffee breaks. Hev chief . . . call a taxi, quick! Ken and Tom with souvenir .- .c K Homeward tlcparlure . . . lusi ini ,jl( 4l " »W N» " Raise the missen an ' scuule the port holes |.Ut4 ' A fti Ur- ' k. »t HMk f . V " T 3ST . t _.. ' I if ' Ed takes home some good memories. 1 and as soon as I get home . . . p (v J c fe % Q» Q Q n t) r Q ■ ' GRADUATES I p ENGINE GRADUATES HARVEY BEN ADAMS Lawrence. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Football. SEA YEAR: S.S. Hawaii. States Lines; S.S. Santa Rosa. S.S. Santa Luisa, Grace Lines: S.S. Mormacvega, Moore- McCormack Lines; S.S. Export Commerce. American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Bahamas, Denmark, Dominican Republic. Haiti. Hong Kong, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Netherlands. Philippines, Spain, Sweden, Venezuela, Viet Nam. NICHOLAS WILLIAM ANDREWS Norwich, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club, Propeller Club, Inlramurals. SEA YE.AR: S.S. Morniacprule. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Prudential Ocean |el. Prudential Lines; S.S. President Coolidge. American President Lines; S.S. .American Resolute. United States Lines. 180 VOYACiES: .Argentina. Brazil. Canad;i. Ceylon. Formosa, France. Germany. Greece. Hong Kong. India. Italv. Japan. Malaysia. Netherlands. Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama, Singapore, Spain, Turkey. m JOHN CLARK ALBERTS. JR. Barrington. Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Christian Council. Eagle Scout Societ) ' . Ski Club, Intramurals. Sailing Squadron, Protestant Choir, Rotaract, Rowing. SEA YEAR; S.S. Pioneer Ming. United States Lines; S.S. Mormacpnde. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Maiden Victory, Alcoa Steamship Co.; E.xport Bay, American- Export Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES; Argentina. Brazil, Formosa, Greece. Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Korea, Morocco, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Turkey, Uruguay, Viet Nam. STEPHEN HERBERT AU fH .Arlington. Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club. Propeller Club, Intramurals, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Exporter, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Pioneer Moor. S.S. .American Veteran, United States Lines; S.S. African Dawn, Farrell Lines. VOYAGES: Azores, Cyprus, Formosa, French West Africa, Germany, Great Britain, Greece. Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel. Italy. Japan, Korea. Mozambique. Panama. Philippines, ' Republic of South Africa. South West .Africa. Tunisia, Turkey. JEFFREY ALAN SEALS Waldwick, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club, Regimental Band. SEA YE.AR: S.S. E.xbrook. American Export-lsbrandLscn Lines; S.S. Pioneer Contractor. L ' nited States Lines; S.S. .African Moon, Farrell Lines: S.S. Mormaclynx. Moore- McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: .Austraha. Denmark, Formosa, France, Hong Kong, Italv, Japan, Korea. Mexico. Morocco, Netherlands, Panama. Philippines, Portugal. Spain, Sweden, Yugoslavia. 181 •« PHILIP EUGENE BEYERS Sacramento. California ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club. Intramurals, Culture Team. Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Korea Bear. Pacific Far Ea.st Lmes: S.S. Ventura, Matson Navigation Co.; S.S. C. E. Dant. States Lines; S.S. Santa Adela. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Australia. Canada, Colombia. Dommican Re- public. El Salvador. Hong Kong. Jamaica, Japan. Korea, Panama, Samoa, Trinidad, Venezuela. 182 RONALD LEE BOWERSOCK Bloomfield. Indiana ACADIM RECORD: Regimental Honor Guard SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Buyer, American Export-lsbrandLsen Lines; S.S. Pioneer Ming. S.S. United States, L ' nited States Lines; S.S. African Sun. Farrell Lines: S.S. Santa Clara. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Chile. Ecuador. Formosa. Germany. Great Brit- ain. Greece. Hong Kong. Ireland. Italy. Japan. Korea, Mozambicjuc, Panama, Peru. Philippines. Republic of South Africa. South West Africa, Spain, Turkey. JAMES K. BIDWELL Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Propeller Cluh, Intramurals, Sailing Squadron. Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. E.xpress. .American Export Lines; S.S. American Ranger. S.S. Pioneer Minx. United States Lines; S.S. Santa Rosa. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Aruba. Curacao. Formosa. France. Germany. Great Britain. Haiti. Hong Kong. Jamaica. Japan. Korea, Marinique. Morocco, Nassau, Ne ' lherlands, Panama. Philip- pines. Portugal. Spain. Tunisia. Venezuela. CHARLES STEWART BOUVETTE South Bend, Indiana ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club. Bridge Club. Intra- murals, Farkling Team. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Cristina. Grace Lines; S.S. Pioneer Contender. S.S. American Ranger. S.S. American Forward- er. United States Lines; S.S. Exbrook. American E, - port-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Chile. Ecuador. Formosa. French Zambia. Ger- many. Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan. Korea, Libya, Netherlands, Scotland. Spain, Tunisia, Tur- key. DARRYL SCOTT BRITTIN Lakewood, California ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club. Regimen- tal Band, Ski Club, Regimental Broadcast Unit. Intramur- als, Sailing Squadron, Sports Publications, Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Cristina. Grace Lines; S.S. Export Ambassador. American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormaclynx. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Meridian Vic- tory. Waterman Steamship Corp.; S.S. John Lykes, S.S. Shirley Lykes, Lykes Brothers, VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Denmark. Ecuador. Formosa. France. Germany. Great Britain. Hong Kong. Israel. Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Okinawa. Panama, Peru. Phil- ippines. Spain. Sweden. Tunisia. Turkey. 183 GENE RICHARD BRUSCHI Schenectady. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Sailing Squadron. Cross Country. Sailing. Track. " SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Courier American E.xporl- Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. .American Corsair. United States Lines; S.S. African Comet, Farrell Lines; S.S. Mormacglen, Moore-McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Algeria. Argentina. Belgium. Bermuda. Briizil. Canada. France. Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Morocco, Mozamique, Portugal, Republic of South . ' Mrica, South West Africa. Spain. Turkey, Uruguay. 184 PASCAL DeLAQUIL, III McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Catholic Choir. Intra- niurals. Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Banner, American Exporl- Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacdraco, Moore- McCormack Lines; S,S. Alamo Victory. American Foreign S.S. Corp.; S.S. African Dawn, Farrell Lines. VOYAGES: Azores. Belgium. Canary Islands. Denmark. France, Greece, Ivory Coast. Morocco. Mozambique. Neth- erlands. Norway. Panama. Republic of South .Africa. South West Africa, Spain, Sweden, Tunisia, Turkey. m JOHN RORY BUTLER Crystal Lake. Illinois SEA YEAR: S.S. Atlantic, S.S. Exbrook. American Export Lines; S.S. Pioneer Minx, United States Lines; S.S. African Lightning, Farrell Lines. VOYAGES: Dahomey. Formosa. France. Ghana, Gibraltar, Greece. Guinea. Hong Kono Ivory Coast. Japan. Korea, Lebanon. Liberia. Morocco, Nigeria, Panama, Philippines, Portugal. Senegal. Sierra Leone. Spain. Tunisia. Turkey, Yugoslavia. LEO GERARD DOMINIQUE Pascoag, Rhode Island ACADEMY RECORD: Bridge Club, Baseball. Dance Committee, Drill Team, SEA YEAR: S.S. American Clipper, S.S. Pioneer Mart. S.S. .American Legion. United States Lines; S.S. Delaware Sun. Sun Oil Company; S.S. Santa Clara, Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Bunlandia. Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Formosa, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Neth- erlands. Panama, Peru, Philippines, Venezuela. JAMES B. FERNANDEZ Hackensack, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Debate, Intramurals. Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Contest, Pacific Far East Lines; S,S. Presi- dent Roosevelt, S.S. President Lincoln. S.S. President Van Buren. American President Lines. VOYAGES: Bermuda. Brazil. Ceylon, Colombia. Dommican Republic. Formosa. Hong Kong, India, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Mariana Islands, Mexico, Panama, Philip- pines, Singapore, Trinidad, Union of South Africa. 185 CHARLES LEONARD FIELDS Willard, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Dance Committee, Glee Club. Class President. Midshipman Council. Farkling Team. Drama Club. SEA YEAR: N.S. Savannah. F.A.S.T.. Inc.; S.S. Export Buy- er, American E.xport-lsbrandtsen Lines; S.S. American Importer, United States Lines. VOYAGES: Formosa. France. Great Britain. Hong Kong. Italy, Japan, Korea, Panama, Tunisia. Yugoslavia. yk CRAIG THOMAS FRENCH Carlsbad, California ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. SNAME, Trident Club. Intramurals, Swimming. SEA YEAR: S.S. Washington Bear. Pacific Far East Lines; S.S. President Van Burcn. S.S. President Grant, American President Lines. VOYAGES: Formosa, Hong Kong. Japan, Korea, Okinawa, Philippines, Thailand. Viet Nam. 186 LANNY LARRY FORSTER Gordon. Nebraska ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Pistol. SEA YEAR: S.S. Washington. States Lines; S.S. President Roosevelt. American President Lines; S.S. Nancy Lykes, S.S. Margaret Lykes, Lykes Brothers. VOYAGES: Belgium. Canada. Formosa. France. Germany. Great Britam. Hong Kong. Japan, Netherlands. Philippmes. Thailand. Viet Nam. RICHARD JAMES GASTON Oradell, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club. Pistol. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Contractor. United States Lines; S.S. Exford. American Export-lsbrandLsen Lines; S.S. Afri- can Dawn, Farrell Lines; S.S. Mormaccove. Moore- McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Australia. Brazil, Formosa. Greece. Hong Kong, Italy. Japan. Korea. Libya. Mexico, Panama, Philippines, Spain. Trinidad. Tunisia, Turkey. THOMAS EARL GIBBONS Fort Lauderdale. Florida ACADEMY RECORD: Intramurals. SEA YEAR: M.V. Tamara Guilden, Transport Commercial Corp.; S.S. Gulf Farmer. Gulf and South American; S.S. Excelsior. American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Azores. Chile. Colombia. Ecuador. Greece, In- dia, Italy, Libya, Netherlands Antilles. Peru, Republic of South Africa, Spain. Tneste. Tunisia. Yugoslavia. 187 muimmmrm mmBmmm IP RALPH WILLIAM GILBERT, JR. Elgin. Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club. Radio Club. Ski Club. SNAME. Intramurals, Wrestling, Ro wing. SEA YEAR: S.S. KendaU Fish. S.S. Brinton Lykes, S.S. Alli- son Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Del Mar. Delta Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina. Barbados, Belaium. Brazil, Germany. Great Britain, Italy, Lebanon, Malta, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Panama, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezue- la, Viet Nam. 0 1 188 JOHN CORNELIUS GOTIMER Cambria Heights, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Cross Country, Track, SEA YEAR: S,S. Exford, American Exporl-Isbrandtsen Lines; S,S. Santa Mercedes, Grace Lines; S.S. Brazil. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Main. United Stales Lines. VOYAGES: Azores. Colombia. Denmark, Dutch West Indies, Ecuador. El Salvador, Finland, Guatemala, Haiti, Iceland, Israel. Jamaica, Morocco, Netherlands, Peru, Portugal, Rus- sia, Spain, Sweden. Turkev. TIMOTHY HAGSTROM Oakland. California ACADEMY RECORD: Debate, Radio Club, Glee Club, SNAME. International Relations Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. Ventura, Malson Navigation Company; S.S. Sanla Juana, Cjrace Lines; S.S. President Grant, American President Lines; S.S. Golden Bear. Pacilic Far East Lines. VOYAGES; Argentina. Australia, Brazil, Chile, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Peru, Philippines, Samoa, Taiwan. i PETER ASPINWALL GOODELL Seattle. Washington ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Ski Cluh. Intramurals. Farklina Team. SE. YEAR: S.S. Santa Juana. Grace Lines: S.S. Washington Mail. .American Mail Lines; S.S. President Haves. . " Xnieri- can President Lines. VOYAGES: Canada. Ceylon. Colombia. Costa Rica. El Sal- vador. Formosa. Guatemala. Honduras. Hong Kong. India. Ital . Japan. Korea. Mexico. Okinawa. Pakistan. Panama. Philippines. Sinagpore. Spain, Thailand. Venezuela. ,f PETER EDWARD HAMMOND San Francisco, California ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Regimental Broadcast Unit. SNAME. Sailing Squadron SEA YEAR: S.S. Rider Victory. S.S. Akiskan Mail. American Mail Lines: S.S. Navajo Victory. Alaska Steamship Com- pany; S.S. Philippine Bear. S.S. Hong Kong Bear. Pacific Far East Lines. VOYAGES: Canada. Formosa. Hong Kong. Japan. Korea. Macao. Philippines. Thailand. Vietnam. WILLIAM T. HARDER Honicwood. Illinois ACADEMY RECORD Glee Club. Indent Club. Midship- man Council. SEA YEAR: S.S. . ' merican Racer, United States Lines: S.S. Australian Reef. Farrell Lines; S.S. Export Agent. Ameri- can Hxporl-Isbrandtscn Lines; S.S. Santa Monica. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: .Aruba. .Australia. Belgium. Colombia. Domini- can Republic. France. Gcrmanv. Great Britain. Italy. Mexi- co, Morocco, Netherlands, Panama, Spain, Venezuela. Yugoslavia. 189 - I ' vr ikAA.r STEVEN LEE HART Salina. Kansas ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club, Propeller Club, Sailing Squadron, Pistol Rifle. SEA YEAR: S.S. Kendall Fish, S.S. Adabelle Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Gulf Trader. Gulf and South America S.S. Co. VOYAGES: Belgium. Chile. Colombia. Formosa, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong. Japan. Korea. Neth- erlands. Panama. Peru. DAVID LODGE HILLER Novato, California ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Intramurais. Soccer. SEA YEAR: S.S. Idaho Standard. Chevron Shipping Co.; S.S. President Taft, American President Lines; S.S. M. M. Dant. States Lines; S.S. Indian Mail. American Mail Lines. VOYAGES: Canada, Formosa. Hong Kong. Japan. Korea. Philippines. Thailand. Viet Nam. MARTIN ROBERT HOLLENBECK Rockledge, Florida ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Eagle Scout Society, Ba.sketball, Football. SEA YEAR: S. S. Cristobal, Panama Canal Co.; S.S. John Lykes. S.S. Mallorv Lykes. S.S. Sheldon Lykes, S.S. Jesse Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Tulane Victory, Keystone Co.; S.S. Delta Mexico, Delta Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium. Brazil. France, Germany. Great Brit- ain, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Thailand, Vict Nam. 190 p WILLIAM JAMES HOHENSTREET Chattaroy. Washington ACADEMY RECORD: Regimenlal Band. Varsity Club, Cross Country. Track. SEA YEAR; S. S. Arizona. States Lines; S.S. China Bear, Pacific Far East Lines: S.S. Santa Adela. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Canada, Colombia. Dominican Republic. Dutch West Indies. Formosa. Hong Kong. Jamaica. Japan. Korea, Panama. Philippines. Thailand, Trinidad. Venezuela, Viet Nam. CURTIS L. IVEY, JR. Greenwich. Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD; Varsity Club. Propeller Club. SNAME. Intramurals. Sailing Squadron. Color Guard. Baseball. Sailing. SEA YEAR; S.S. American Champion. United States Lines; S.S. Export Courier. American E.xport-lsbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormaccape. Moore- McCormack Lines; S.S. African Sun. Farrell Lines. VOYAGES; .Argentina. Belgium. Brazil, Canada, Ecuador, Formosa. France, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Ken- ya, Korea, Liberia. Mozambique, Panama. Philippines, Republic of South Africa, South West . frica. Tanganyika, Tnnidad. Uruauav. Venezuela. Zanzibar. 191 ' ' . mmm HH «, WALLACE JAMES IZZO Arlington. Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Varsity Club. Newman Club, Sailing Squadron. Gymnastics. Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Del Santos. S.S. Del Norte. Delta Steam- ship Company; S.S. Elizabeth I.ykes. S.S. Norman Lykes, Lykes Brothers; S.S. Green Forest, Central Gulf Steamship Corp. VOYAGES: Argentina Austria, Bermuda. Brazil, Canada, Germany, Itafv, Me.xico, Panama, Philippmes, Thailand, Uruguay, Viet Nam. ELTON THOMAS JENKIN Martinez, California ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club. Regimen- tal Band. Camera Club. Regimental Executive Board. SEA YEAR: S.S. M. M. Dant. States Lmes; S.S. California Bear. Pacific Far East Lines; S.S. Santa Flavia. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Canada. Colombia. Formosa. Hong Kong. Ja- maica. Japan. Korea. Panama. Philippines. Venezuela. Viel Nam. ALBERT W. KELLER, III Philadelphia. Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Dance Committee. An Club. Cross Country. Track. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacaltair. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Main. Liniled Stales Lines: S.S. Export Adven- turer, American Export-ls brandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium. Denmark, Formosa. Hong Kong. Ja- pan. Kenya. Korea. Madagascar, Mozambique, Nether- lands, Norway. Panama. Philippines, Republic of South Africa, Seychelles Islands, Sweden. Tanganyika. 192 JAMES WILLIAM JOHNSON District Heights. Maryland ACADEMY RECORD; Intramurals, Soccer, Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Brazil, Moore-McCormack Lines: S.S. Export Aide. American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines: S.S. Hess Voyager. Hess Oil Company; S.S. American Ranger. S.S. American Liberty. United States Lines; S.S. Gretna Victo- ry, GSA Charted. VOYAGES: Belgium. Denmark. Finland. France. Germany, Great Britain. Greece. Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Philippines, Poland. Russia. Spain. Sweden. Tur- key, Viet Nam. ! ' W vf ' Jg) MARK POWELL KINARD Arvada, Colorado ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Bearings. Varsity Club. Newman Club, Ski Club, SNAME, Ring Committee, Tri- dent Club, Intramurals. Midshipman Council, Pistol. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Harrison, American President Lines; S.S. Santa Adela, Grace Lines; S.S. Korea Bear, Pacific Far East Lines; S.S. Arizona Standard. Chevron Shipping Co. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Colombia. Costa Rica, Dominican Re- public, Formosa, France, Haiti, Hong Kong. India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Malaya, Pakistan, Panama, Philip- pines, Singapore, Spain, Trinidad, Venezuela, Viet Nam. JOHN MALCOM KINSEY Glen Burnle, Maryland ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Eagle Scout Society, SNAME, Command Board, Intramurals, Sailing Squadron, Protestant Choir, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Press, S.S. Pioneer Mill, United States Lines; S.S. Export Builder, American Ex- port-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormaclake, Moore- McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil. Formosa. Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong. Ireland, Italy, Japan. Korea, Morocco, Netherlands. Panama. Philippines. Spain. Turkey. 193 RICHARD E. KOERBER Upper Si. Clair, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Basketball. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Paula, S.S. Santa Rosa, S.S. Santa Luisa. Grace Lines: S.S. Mormaccape. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Export Bav, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina. Brazil, Colombia. Dutch West Indies. Haiti, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela. t V •« 194 RICHARD R. LaROCK Saranac Lake. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Trident Club, Drill Team, Arts and World Affairs Club, Intramurals, Farkling Team. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Coolidge, American President Lines; S.S. American Seoul, S.S. American Pilot, S.S. Unit- ed States. L ' nitcd Stales Lines; S.S. Santa Mercedes, Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Cevlon, Colombia, Ecuador, Formosa, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Malaysia, Okinawa. Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Singa- pore, Spain, MAXWELL SIEGFRIED KRAWEZ SunnvA ' ale. California ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club. Camera Club. Radio Club. Ski Club. Trident Club. Intramurals. Sailing Squadron. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Tyler. American President Lines; S.S. Sierra, Matson Lines; S.S. California. States Lines. VOYAGES: Australia. Formosa. Hong Kong. Japan. Mexico, Okmawa. Philippines. Sainoa. Viet Nam. GLEN RICHARD LAURITSEN Santa Barbara, California ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Band, Trident Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. Gainesville Victory. State Marine; S.S. Pres- ident Van Buren. American President Lines; S.S. Califor- nia, States Lines; S.S. Sierra. MaLson Lines. VOYAGES: Australia, Formosa, Hong Kong. Japan. Korea. Mexico, Philippines, Samoa, Viet Nam. ROBERT THOMAS LEARY, JR. College Point, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Bowling League, Intra- murals, Sports Publicity, Bowling. SEA YEAR: S.S. Rubin Tipton. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Morma- crio, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. American Resolute. United States Lines; S.S. Santa Lucia. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina. Bolivia. Brazil, Canada. Chile, Co- lombia, Haiti. Kenya, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa, Somalia, Somaliland, Uruguay, Venezuela. 195 V DAVID EDWARD LINDEMAN Lanlana. Florida ACADEMY RECORD; Varsity Club. Ski Club, SNAME, Sailing Squadron, Tennis. SEA YEAR: S.S. Norman Lykes. S.S. Jean Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Gulf Trader, Gulf and South American S.S. Co.; S.S. Esso Balumore. Humble Oil and Retinmg Co. VOYAGES: Belgjum. Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaya, Mexico. Netherlands, North Borneo, Panama. Peru, Philip- pines. Singapore. k X 196 ROBERT HARRY LIVINGSTON East Brunswick. New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Regimental Band, Arts and World Affairs. Intramurals. Mascot, SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Moor, United States Lines; S.S. Mormacvega, Moore-McCormack Lines; S S Export Ad- venturer. American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Austra- lian Surf. Parrel! Lines. VOYAGES; Angola. Belgian Congo, Belgium, Denmark. Formosa, Germany. Gnana. Great Britain, Greenland. Hong Kong. Iceland. Japan. Korea. Liberia. Mexico. Neth- erlands, Panama. Philippines. Sweden. WILLIAM JOSEPH LONG Franklin Square. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Varsity Club, Wrestling. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Veteran. States Lines; S.S. Santa Magdelena. Grace Lines; S.S. Mormaccape. Moore- McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Colombia, Ecuador, Great Britain, Haiti, Ire- land, Jamaica. Kenya. Madacascar. Mozambique. Panama. Peru. Republic of South .Africa. South West Africa. Tan- ganyika. ROMAN LISEWYCZ Irvington, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD; Varsity Club. Intramurals, Soccer. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Cruz. Grace Lines; S.S. Mormacdra- co. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Export Aide. American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Pioneer Moon. United States Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium. Chile. Denmark. Ecuador. Hong Kong. Japan. Korea. Netherlands. Okinawa. Panama. Peru, Phi- lippines, Sweden. Taiwan. c JOSEPH F. LUCHETTA, JR. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD; Varsity Club, Intramurals, Football. SEA YEAR: S.S. Atlantic Heritage, AUantic Richfield: S.S. Export Banner. American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacvega. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Santa Rosa. S.S. Santa Maria. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Azores. Colombia, Dutch West Indies, Ecuador. Germany. Greece. Jamaica, Netherlands, Panama. Spain. Turkey. TIMOTHY DALE LUSH Camp Hill. Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Football, Wrestling. SEA YEAR: S.S. Del Oro, Delta Lines; S.S. Pioneer Minx, United States Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil. Dutch Guinea, Formosa, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Philippines. 197 JOSEPH WILLIAM MacEWEN Brooklyn, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Cheerleading. Dance Committee. Inlramurals, Mascot. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Garfield, American President Lines; S.S. Prudential Oceanjet, Prudential Steamship Lines; S.S. Mormacsaga. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. American Lancer, United Slates Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Formosa. France. Germany. Great Britain. Greece. Holland. Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan. Malaysia, Morocco, Okinawa ' Pakistan, Panama, Singapore, Spain, Trinidad. Turkey. Uruguay. " dt 198 HERBERT GEORGE MASON Hyannis, Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: Dance Committee, Eagle Scout So- ciety, Regimental Honor Guard. SEA YEAR: S. S. Pioneer Mill, United States Lines; S,S. Santa Maria, Grace Lines; S.S. Robin Locksley. S.S. Mor- macisle, S.S. Mormaclynx. Moore-McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium. Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Hong Kong, .Jamaica. Japan. Kenya. Korea, Netherlands, Pana- ma, Peru, Philippines, Puertii Rico, Republic of South Afri- ca, Sweden, laiwan. Tanzania. DELBERT JOSEPH MACK Amherst, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Regimental Band. Camera Club. Ring Dance Committee. Glee Club. Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Champion. United States Lmes; S.S. Santa Luisa. Grace Lines; S.S. Export Courier. Ameri- can Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormaccape. Moore- McCormack Lines; S.S. African Sun. Farrell Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Dominican Republic. Dutch West Indies. Formosa, France. Great Brit- ain. Hong Kong. Japan. Kenya. Korea. Liberia. Mozam- bique. Panama. Republic of South Africa. South West Afri- ca, Tanganyika, Tnnidad, Venezuela. Zanzibar. JOSEPH ANTHONY MARTUCCI. JR. Palisades Park, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD; Varsity Club. Newman Club. Intra- murals. Football, Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Brazil. S.S. MormacrigeL Moore- McCormack Lines; S. S. Pioneer Mist, United States Lines S.S. Adelphi Victory. American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Keystoner, Keystone Tanker. VOYAGES: Belgium. Denmark. Finland. Formosa. France, Great Britain. Guam. Hong Kong. Ireland. Japan. Korea, Netherlands. Norway, Panajna. Poland, Russia. Sweden. TED MAYES Ventura, California ACADEMY RECORD: Debate. Automotive Interest Club. Ski Club, Sailing Squadron, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Lincoln. American President Lines; S.S. Japan Bear. S.S. Golden Bear. Pacific Far East Lines; S.S. Nashua Victory. Weyerhauser Lines. VOYAGES: Formosa, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Okinawa, Philippines, Viet Nam. 199 (i DON ARTHUR MERRITT Creve Coeur. Missouri ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris. Regimental Band. Varsity Club. Bridge Club, Intramurals, Baseball. Swimming. SEA YEAR: S.S. Thompson Lykes, S.S. Dolly Turman. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Canada Mail, American Mail Lines. VOY.AGES: Canada. Hong Kong. Italy, Japan. Korea. Libya. Morocco. Spain. Tunisia. KENNETH EDWARD MEYER Fort Wayne. Indiana ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Camera Club. Ski Club. Propeller Club, Midshipman Council. SEA YEAR: S.S. Del Oro. Delta Lines; S.S. Norman Lykes. S.S. Jean Lykes. S.S. Genevieve Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Gulf Trader. Gulf South -American Lines. VOYAGES: Angola. Argentina. Barbados, Belgian Congo, Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Ghana, Great Britain, Greece, Israel, Italy. Netherlands. Panama. Peru. Spam. Tunis,ia. Turkey. g 115 SPENCER WILLIAM O ' GRADY Seattle. Wa.shington ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Ski Club, Ring Commit- tee, Intramurals. Sailing Squadron. Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Philippine Mail, American Mail Lines; S,S. President Polk, American President Lines. VOYAGES; Canada, Ceylon, Formosa, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia. Okinawa. Pakistan, Panama, Singapore. Spain. 200 JOSEPH VITO MINERVINI Hallandale, Florida ACADEM1 ' RECORD: Newman Club, Propeller Club, In- tramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Del Oro, S.S. Del Sud. Delta Lines; S.S. Norman Lykes, S.S. Sue Lykes, Lykes Brothers. VOYAGES: Angola. Argentina. Barbados. Belgian Congo. Brazil. Curacao, French Equatorial Africa. French West Africa, Germany. Ghana. Great Britain. Greece. Israel, Ita- ly, Mexico. Morocco. Netherlands. Poland. South West Af- rica. Spain. Tunisia. Turkey. Uruguay. Venezuela. BRUCE PIERSON MURRAY Bridgeton. New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club. Regimen- tal Information Service. Ski Club, Ring Committee, Trident Club, Intramurals, Midshipman Council, Executive Board, Pistol, Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S President Adams, American President Lines: S.S. Santa Barbara, Grace Lines: S.S. Mormacmail, Moore-McCormack Lines: S.S. Amencan Clipper, LInited States Lines. VOYAGES: Ascension Island. Ceylon. Chile. Ecuador. For- mosa. France. Great Britain. Hong Kong. India, Ireland. Italy. Jamaica. Japan. Kenya. Madagascar, Malavsia. Mo- zambique, Pakistan, Panama, Peru. Republic of South Afri- ca. Singapore. South West Africa, Tanganvika. THOMAS SOCRATES McCOY PATTERSON Meriden. Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Polaris. Varsity Club, Ski Club, Intramurals. Swimming. Sailing. Track. Tennis. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacscan, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Contender, Unit ed States Lines; S,S. Texaco Rhode Island. Texas Company; S.S. African Neptune. Far- rell Lines. VOYAGES: Angola. Argentina, Barbados. Brazil. Canada, Ecuador. Formosa. France. French West Africa. Great Brit- ain. Hong Kong, Indonesia, Jamaica. Japan, Kenya. Korea, Madagascar, Mexico, Mozambique, Okinawa, Panama, Paraguay, Republic of South Africa, South West Africa. Tanganyika, Thailand, Uruguay. Venezuela, Viet Nam, Zanzibar. 201 IV ANDREW JAMES PENNER Santa Barbara, California ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club, Ski Club, Intramurals. Sailing Squadron. Sailing, Wrestling. SEA YEAR: S.S. Gulf Farmer, Gulf and South American Lines; S.S. Jean Lykes, Lykes Brothers: S.S. Esso Balti- more, S.S. Esso Lexington, Humble Oil and Refining Co.: M.V. Tamara Guilden, Zim Lines: S.S. Del Mar. Delta Lines; S.S. Cristobal, Panama Canal Co. VOYAGES: Chile. Greece, Israel. Italy, Lebanon, Malta, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Turkey. JAMES DAWSON REDINGER Fort Worth, Texas 202 ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Editor-in-Chief: Regimen- tiil Band, Bridge Club, Intramurals, Sailing Squadron, larkling Team. SEA YEAR: S.S. Walter Rice, Reynolds Metals; S.S. Gulf Trader, Gulf and South American Lines; S.S. Shirley Lykes, Lykes Brothers. VOYAGES: Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Formosa. Hong Kong, Japan. Korea, Okinawa, Panama. Peru, Philippines, Taiwan. L ■ ' UPSHUR BAGWELL QUINBY, IV Newport News. Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Propeller Club. Trident Club. Intra- murals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacvega, S.S. Mormacrio. Moore- McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Crusader. United Stales Lines; S.S. Prudential Seajet. Prudential Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium. Denmark. Formosa, France. Germany. Greece. Hong Kong. Italy. Japan. Korea. Madagascar, Netherlands. Okinawa. Panama. Philippines. Poland. Por- tuguese East Africa. Republic of South Africa. Spain. Sweden. Turkey. RICHARD LYNN RICHARDSON Prineville. Oregon ACADEMY RECORD: WresUing, Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Tyler, American President Lines; S.S. Japan Mail. American Mail Lines; S.S. Texas. States Lines. VOYAGES: Canada. Formosa. Hong Kong. Japan Korea. Philippines. Viet Nam. WILLIAM LEONARD RUNG Cambria Heights, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Intramurals, Football. SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Bay, American Export Lines; S.S. Mormacsaga. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Santa Mer- cedes. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil. Canada. Colombia, Domini- can Republic. Ecuador. Formosa. Hong Kong, Japan. Ko- rea, Panama. Uruguay. 203 v« THOMAS WILLIAM RYAN. Ill Cresson, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Reaimental Information Service. Golf. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacdraco. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. American Clipper. United States Lines; S.S. Belgium Victor ' . Victory ' Carriers; S.S. Export Courier, American E.xport-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium. Denmark. Great Britain. Ireland. Italy. Japan. Korea. Mozambique. Netherlands. Panama, Philip - pines. Portugal. South West Africa, Viet Nam. GLENN ALAN SAMPSON Lincolnville. Maine ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Regimental Information Service. Camera Club. Glee Club. Bridge Club. Intramu- rals, Farkling Team. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Shipper, S.S. American Ranger. S.S. American Rover, United States Lines; S.S. African Meteor. FiUrell Lines; S.S. Exford. American Ex- port-Isbrandben Lines; S.S. President Adams. .American President Lines; S.S. Santa Barbara, S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium. Ceylon, Chile. Colombia. Cuba. Dutch West Indies. Ecuador. Formosa. France. Germany, Great Britain. Hong Kong, India. Italy. Jamaica. Japan, Malaysia, Moziimbique. Netherlands, Okinawa, Pakistan, Panama. Peru, Puerto Rico. Republic of South Africa, Sin- gapore. South West Africa, Spain, Venezuela. Virgin Is- lands, Yugoslavia. 204 ROLF WERNER SCHYMA Salem, South Dakota ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club, Ski Club. Trident Club, Intramurals. Sailing Squadron. SEA YEAR: S.S. Dick Lykes. S.S. James Lykes, S.S. James McKay, S.S. Adabelle Lykes, Lykes Brothers; S.S. Point Barrow, M.S.T.S.; S.S. Esso Boston. Humble Oil and Refining Co. VOYAGES: Belgium. Colombia. Dominican Republic, France. Cicrnuinv, (ireat Britain. Israel. Netherlands. Pana- ma, Puerto Rico, Venezuela. KENNETH HAROLD SCHOENFELDER Baldwin Place, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Catholic Choir. Newman Club, In- tramurals, Sailing Squadron, Cross Country, Sailing, Track. SEA YEAR: S.S. Robin Goodfellow. S.S. Mormacland, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Contender. United States Lines. VOY.AGES: .■ rgentma. Brazil. Canada. Formosa, Hong Kong, Japan, Kenya, Korea. Madagascar, Mozambique, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, South West Africa, Tanganyika, Uruguay. RONALD JACOB SERAKAS Plainville, Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Tndent Club. Football. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Mist, S.S. American Reliance, United States Lines; S.S. Brazil, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Gulfoil. Gulf Oil Corp.; S.S. Export Champion, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados. Belgium, Brazil. Chile, Colombia, Dutch West Indies. Ecuador, Formosa, France, Germany. Hong Kong. Italy. Japan, Korea. Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico. Spain. Uruguay, Venezuela, Virgin Islands. STANLEY DEY SHEDAROWICH Taichung, Formosa ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris. Varsity Club, Ski Club. Tri- dent Club. Intramurals, Culture Team, Tennis. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Jackson. American President Lines; S.S. American Racer, S.S. American Importer. United States Lines; S.S. Earlham Victory, States Lines. VOYAGES: Ceylon. Formosa, France, Germany, Great Brit- ain, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia. Italy. Japan. Malaysia, Netherlands. PaTcistan. Singapore. Thailand, Viet Nam. 205 SCOTT EARL SIME Helena. Montana ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Band. Pistol. SEA YEAR: S.S. Queens Victory. Weverhauser Lines; S.S. President Taylor, American President Lines: S.S. Hong Kong Bear. Pacific Far East Lines. VOYAGES: Formosa, France. Hong Kong. India. Italy. Ja- pan, Korea. Malaysia. Okinawa. Pakistan, Panama, Singa- pore. Taiwan, Viet Nam. iP H, 206 RONALD GORDON TAYLOR Clark. New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Command Board, In- tramurals. Wrestling SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Elena. S.S. Santa Luisa. Grace Lines: S.S. American Legion. United States Lines; S.S. Flying Enterpnse, S.S. Export Champion, American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacscan, Moorc-McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Argentma. Brazil. Dominican Republic. Ger- many. Great Britain, Greece, Libya. Netherlands. Spain. Turkey, Urueuav. Venezuela. MICHAEL EUGENE THROWER Macon, Georgia ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Band. Varsity Club. Christian Council, Ski Club, Arts and World .Affairs, Intra- murals. Tennis. SEA YEAR: S.S. Kenneth McKay, Lykes Brothers: S.S. Green Wave. Central Gulf Lines; S.S. African Comet, Far- rell Lines; S.S. Mormacvega. Moore-McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Angola. Belgium. Denmark. France. Germany, Great Britain. Jap;m. Netherlands. Panama. Philippines, Republic of South Africa. South West Africa. Sweden. Viet Nam. jSPii • .. 1i GEORGE RANDOLPH SPEIGHT. JR. Roanoke Rapids. North Carolina ACADEMY RECORD; Cheerleading. Dance Committee. Eagle Scout Society. SNAME. Ring Committee. Arts and World Affairs Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. African Dawn, Farrell Lines; S.S. American Charger. United States Lines: S.S. Export Commerce, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Australia. Azores, Belgium, France, Great Brit- ain, Italy, Me-xico, Panama, Philippines. Spain. Tunisia. Viet Nam. RONALD EDWARD TREMBLAY Curundu. Canal Zone ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Ski Club, Trident Club, Sports Publicity Staff, Rifle. SEA YEAR: M.V. Tamara Guilden. Transport Commercial; S.S. Del Sud. Delta Lines; S.S. Gainesville Victory. Ameri- can Foreign Lines; S.S. American Lark, United States Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados. Belgium, Brazil, France, Great Britain. Guam. India. Ireland. Mexico. Netherlands. Panama, Philippines. Republic of South Africa, Thailand. PAUL MICHAEL VERROCHI Cohasset, Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: Intramurals, Basketball, Football. Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Maria. Grace Lines; .S.S Export Adventurer. S.S. Adelphi Victory. American Ex- Eort-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. United States, United Stales ines; S.S. Keystoner, Keystone Tankers. VOYAGES: Colombia. Ecuador. Formosa, France, Germany, Great Britain, Guam, Hong Kong. Jamaica. Japan. Korea. Panama. Peru. Philippines. " 207 -f JOHN ANTHONY VILGOS Jermyn, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Broadcast Unit. SNAME, Trident Club. SEA YEAR: N.S. Savannah, F.A.S.T.; S.S. Mormacglen. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Mart, United States Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina. Brazil, Formosa. France. Hong Kong. Italv. Japan. TCorea. Panama. Philippines. Spain. Tunisia, Uruguay, Yugoslavia. JOHN FRANKLIN WALTER Oxon Hill. Maryland ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club. Regimen- tal Band. Ski Club. Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. .American Rover. S.S. Pioneer Myth, United States Lines: S.S. Ma.son Lykes, Lykes Brothers; M.V. Tamara Guilden, Zim Lines. VOYAGES: Bahamas. Belgium, Canada, Formosa, Germany. Hong Kong, Indonesia, Israel. Japan, Korea, Netherlands. Panama, Philippines. JON F. WHITACRE Newberry. South Carolina SEA YEAR: S.S. James Lykes. S.S. Jesse Lykes. S.S. Mason Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Gulf Banker. Gulf and South American Lines; S.S. Esso Gettysburg. Humble Oil and Refining Company. VOYAGES: Chile. Colombia, Ecuador, Formosa, Japan, Korea, Panimia, Peru, Vict Nam. 208 I K H w -;ms - ' l l ' ' ' •{ |H[ H • ' Vs ' H 1 ' 1, EDWARD ANDREW WARY AS, JR. Plainville. Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Catholic Choir. New- man Club. Ski Club. Stella Maris Guild. Intramurals. Base- ball. Basketball. SEA YEAR: S.S. Flying Enterprise II. S.S. Export Champion. American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Luisa. Grace Lines; S.S. African Dawn. Farrell Lines; S.S. Mor- maclvnx. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. American .Astro- naut, ' United States Lmes. VOYAGES: Ascension Island. Belgium, Denmark. Domini- can Republic. France, Germany. Great Britain. Greece. Kenya. Libya, Mozambique. Netherlands. Republic of South Africa, South West Africa, Spain, Sweden. Tanganyi- ka, Tanzania, Turkey. Venezuela. CHARLES STEPHEN WASSELL Bensenville, Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Debate, Regimental Information Service, Eagle Scout Society. Ski Club. Drill Team. Intra- murals, Baseball, Golf SEA YEAR: S.S. American Commander, United States Lines; S.S. Mormacbay, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Baylor Victory, Victoiy Carriers; S.S. Santa Magdalena, Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina. Brazil. Colombia. Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Formosa, Haiti, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Japan. Korea, Panama, Paraguay, Peru. ' Philippines. Uru- guay. Venezuela. Viet Nam. STEPHEN GEORGE WHITE Lynbrook, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Camera Club, Trident Club, Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Adela. Grace Lines; S S. President Adams. S.S. Hunter Victory, American President Lines. VOYAGES: Ceylon, Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Sal- vador, Formosa, France, Hong Kong, India. Indonesia. Ita- ly. Jamaica, Japan, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines. Singa- pore, Thailand, Trinidad, Venezuela. 209 ROBERT MICHAEL WINSLOW North Syracuse, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Catholic Choir, New- man Club, Ski Club. Gymnastics. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Mill, United States Lines; S.S. Mormaclynx, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Export Chal- lenger. American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Magdalena. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium. Colombia. Denmark. Dominican Re- public. Dutch West Indies. Ecuador. El Salvador. Finland. Formosa, France, Hong Kong, Italy. Jamaica, Japan, Ko- rea, Netherlands, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Sweden. CHARLES WINTER Massapequa Park. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Football. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Van Buren, American President Lines; S.S. Santa Magdalena, S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines; S.S. Expediter, American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Colombia, Dutch West Indies. Ecuador. Formo- sa, Haiti, Hong Kong. Japan, Korea, Mexico. Panama, Peru, Philippines. Puerto Rico, Venezuela. 210 ' 1 DECK GRADUATES STEPHEN JOSEPH ALEXANDER Novato, California ACADEMY RECOR D: Regimental Information Ser -ice. Varsity Club, Intramurals, Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Ventura. Oceanic Steamship Company: S.S. Lane Victory, Pacific Coast Transport Co.; S.S. Mormac- mail. Moore- McCormack Lines; S.S. American Clipper, United States Lines; S.S. President Polk. American Presi- dent Lines. VOYAGES: Australia, Canada, Great Britain, Guam. Ire- land, Kenya, Kwajalean, Madagascar. Mozambique, Pana- ma, Republic of South Africa. Samoa, Scotland, South West Africa. Tanganyika. 111 FREDERICK DAVID ARENS Ellington. Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Intramurals, Soccer. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacvega, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. American Forwarder, United States Lines; S.S. African Comet. Farrell Lines; S.S. Grema Victory, American For- eign Steamship Co.: S.S. Gulfoil, Gulf Oil Corp. VOYAGES: Belgium. Bermuda. Canada, Denmark, Great Britain. Ireland, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Swe- den, Viet Nam. 212 X GEORGE ALDIAN ANDRUS, II Santa Rosa, California ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Eagle Scout Society, Bridge Club, Intramurals, Baseball, Wrestling. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Tyler. American President Lines: S.S. Morniacrio. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. California, States Lines. VOYAGES: Aroentina. Brazil, Canada. Formosa, Hong Kong. Japan. Korea. Philippines. Uruguay, Viet Nam. " % % BRUCE RICHARD ATKINS Marblehead, Massachusetts ACADEMY RECORD: Dance Committee. Ski Club, Intra- murals. Sailing Squadron. Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Chpper, United States Lines; S.S. Mormacrigel. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Greenbay Victory. Prudential Lines; C.V. Sea Witch, American Ex- port-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium, Bermuda, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Bntain, Ireland, Japan, Netherlands, Panama, Spain, Sweden, Thailand. JAMES WOODSON ATKINSON, III Washington, DC. ACADEMY RECORD: Camera Club, Ski Club, Ring Dance Committee, Intramurals, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Banner, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacdrago. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Alamo Victory. American Foreign Steamship: N.S. Savannah, F.A.S.T.. Inc. ' VOYAGES: Algeria, Belgium, Denmark, France. Greece, Ita- ly, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Spanish Mo- rocco, Sweden, Tunisia, Turkey, Viet Nam, Yugoslavia. 213 (■m JAMES DEAN BAKER Wichita. Kansas ACADEMY RECORD; Glee Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormaclyn.x. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Sanla Lucia, Grace Lines; S.S. Australian Surf, Farrell Lines; S.S. Export Commerce. American Export Lmes. VOYAGES: Azores. Belgium, Cameroon. Chile. Colombia. Dahomey. Denmark. Ecuador, Germany, Ghana, Italy. Ivory Coast, Liberia, Netherlands. Nigeria, Norway. Pana- ma, Peru. Poland. Spain. Sweden. Tunisia. 1 PAUL BJORNEBY Valley Stream, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Bowling League, Inlramurals, Sailing Squadron. SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Builder. American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormactrade.S.S.Mormacrio.Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. American Racer, United States Lines; S.S. Santa Cruz, Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil. Chile. Colombia, Denmark. Ecuador. Germany, Italy. Netherlands, Norway, Panama. Peru. Poland. Spain. Sweden. Uruguay. 214 GARY STEPHEN BIRCH Fergus Falls, Minnesota ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris. Varsity Club, Trident Club, Intramurals, Weight Lifting Club, Gymnastics. SEA YEAR: S.S. Velma Lykes I, S.S. Veima Lykes II, S.S. Margaret Lykes, Lykes Brothers; M.V. Del Campo, Delta Lines; S.S. Gulf Merchant, Gulf and South American S.S. Co.; S.S. Esso Gettysburg, Humble Oil and Retining Co. VOYAGES: Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Mexico, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines. vV. I 0 4 % BRUCE ROBERT BROWN Marion, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Basketball, Golf. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacbay, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Joplin Victory, M.S.T.S.; S.S. Santa Isabelle. Grace Lines; S.S. Pioneer Contender, S.S. Pioneer Contractor, United States Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Formosa, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Paraguay, Peru. Philippines, Uruguay, Venezuela, Viet Nam. JAMES EDWIN BUTCHER Northport, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Debate, Regimental Band, Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Express, American Export Lines; S.S. American Ranger, S.S. American Liberty, United States Lines: S.S. Gretna Victory, American Foreign S.S. Corp. VOYAGES: Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Mo- rocco, Netherlands. Panama, Philippines, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia, Viet Nam. 215 ■p GERALD LYNN CALHOON Idaho Falls, Idaho ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Band, Camera Club, Ski Club, Trident Club, Intramurals. Gymnastics, Football, Tennis. SEA YEAR: S.S. Washington, States Lmes; S.S. President Roosevelt. American President Lines; S.S. Jesse Lykes. S.S. Sheldon Lykes. S.S. Adabelle Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Delta Mexico. Delta Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Formosa. France, Germany, Hone Kong. Japan, Mexico. Netherlands, Philip- pines, Spain, Thailand, Viet Nam. TYLER VINCENT CARUSO Darien, Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Glee Cluh, Intramu- rals, Football. SEA YEAR: S.S. Marjorie Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Japan Bear, Pacific Far East Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium, France. Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kon Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Tunisia, Turkey, Viet Nam. 216 imr MARK ANDREW CARLSON Vicksburg, Mississippi ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Hear This. Bearings. Regi- mental Band. Camera Club, Christian Council, Marlinspike Club, Propeller Club, Tndent Club, Intramurals, Sailing Squadron, Sports Publicity Staff. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Mam. S.S. American Shipper. United States Lines; S.S. African Neptune. Farrell Lines; S.S. Flying Enterprise H, American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Angola, Ceylon, Formosa, France. Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Mozambique. Pakistan. Panama. Philippines. Republic of South Africa. EDWARD JAMES W. CASHMAN Media. Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental InformaUon Service, Newman Club, Eagle Scout Society, Stella Maris Guild, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacdrac, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Santa Lucia. Grace Lines; S.S. American Clipper. S.S. Pioneer Ming, S.S. United States. United Slates Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium. Chile. Denmark. Ecuador. Formosa. France. Great Bntain. Hong Kong. Ireland. Japan. Korea, Mozambique. Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Phihppines, Republic of South Africa, Sweden. EDWARD VINCENT CATTELL, JR. Cherry Hill. New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Ring Committee. International Rela- tions Club, Sailing Squadron, Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Maria. Grace Lines; S.S. Export Adventurer. American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines; S.S. United States. United States Lines; S.S. Mormacvega. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Rice Victory, Victory Car- riers; S.S. Gulf Prince. Gulf Oil Corp. VOYAGES: Belgium. Colombia, Denmark. Ecuador. Formo- sa, Fr ance. Germany, Great Bntam, Hong Kong, Jamaica. Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Panama, Peru. Philippines, Sweden, Viet Nam. 217 w ROBERT T. CHAMBERS San Diego. California ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris. Regimental Information Service, Sailing Squadron, Color Guard, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Oregon. S.S. Hawaii, S.S. C. E. Dant, States Lines; S.S. Nevada Standard, Chevron Shipping Co.; S.S. Nashua Victory, Wyerhauser Lines; S.S. President Jefferson, American President Lines; S.S. Santa Flavia, Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Canada, Colombia. Dominican Republic, Hong Kong, Jamaica. Japan, Panama, Philippines, Trinidad, Ve- nezuela, Viet Nam. 218 GORDON PANGBORN DAVIS, JR. Monroeton, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scout Society, RegimcntiU Honor Guard, Intramurals, Rugby Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. Exbrook. American Export-IsbrandLsen Lines; S.S. Pioneer Contractor, United States Lines; S.S. African Moon, Farrell Lines; S.S. Mormaclynx, Moore- McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: .Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Formosa, France, Hong Kong. Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico. Morocco, Nether- lands, Panama, Philippines. Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Yu- goslavia. RICHARD DELANEY, JR. Waiamae, Hawaii ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Service, Varsity Club, Bowling League, Intramurals, Sailing Squa- dron. Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pine Blufl Victory. United States Lines; S.S. C. E. Dant, S.S. California, S.S. Arizona, States Lines; S.S. Contest, Pacific Far Ea.sl Lines; S.S. President Roosevelt. S.S. President Lincoln, American President Lines; S.S. Santa Flavia, Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Brazil, Canada, Ceylon. Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic. El Salvador. Formosa. Guatemala. Hong Kong. India. Jamaica. Japan. Kenya. Mexico. Pana- ma. Philippines. Republic of South Africa. Singapore. Thai- land, Trinidad. Venezuela. Viet Nam. DONALD PATRICK COCOZZA Cinnaminson, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Basketball, Football. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Mist, S.S. American Reliance, United States Lines; S.S. Korean Bear, Pacific Far East Lines; S.S. Santa Magdalena. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium, Colombia, Dommican Republic. Ec- uador, Formosa. Germany, Haiti, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Panama, Philippines, Venezuela, Viet Nam. LAWRENCE JOHN DELCONTE North Syracuse. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Informauon Service, Regimental Band, Varsity Club. Gymnastics. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Mist. S.S. American Lvnx, United States Lines; S.S. Solon Turman, Lykes Brothers; S.S. Gulf Farmer. Gulf and South American Lines. VOYAGES: Chile. Colombia, Ecuador, Formosa, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Morocco, Netherlands, Panama. Peru, Spain, Turkey, Viet Nam. THOMAS JAMES DONOHOE West Newton, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Football, Track. SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Aide, S.S. Constitution. American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Montana. States Lines. VOYAGES: Formosa, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Panama, Puerto Rico. 219 ROBERT LUCIAN EMERY Birmingham. Alabama ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Varsity Club, Camera Club, Ski Club, Marlinspike Club, Sailing Squadron, Gym- nastics. SEA YEAR: S.S. Solon Turman, S.S. Almeria Lykes, S.S. Genevieve Lykes, Lykes Brothers; S.S. Del Oro, ' S.S. Del Mar, Delta Lines. VOYAGES: Greece. Israel, Japan. Korea. Mexico, Morocco. Panama. Spain, Turkey, Viet Nam, DAVID HENRY ERICKSON Nashua, Montana ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Intramurals. Basket- ball. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Taft, American President Lines: S.S. M. M. Dant. States Lines; S.S. Indian Mail, American Mail Lines. VOYAGES; Canada, Formosa, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Okinawa, Philippines, Viet Nam. WILLIAM MAURY FAIRHURST Hawthorne, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Service, Eagle Saiul Society, Martial Arts Association, Karate Team, Judo Team, Cro.ss Country. Pistol, Track. SEA YEAR: S.S. Flying Eagle, American Export-lsbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Mormacaltair, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. American Shipper, United Stales Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium. Ceylon, France, Great Bnlain. India. Panama, Philippines, Republic of South .Africa, Thailand. 220 % PAUL CLARK ERICKSON Victor, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Regimental Information Service, Camera Club, Bowling League. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Luisa. Grace Lines; S.S. Pioneer Ming, S.S. American Merchant. United States Lines; S.S. Export Banner, American Export-lsbrandLsen Lines; S.S. Australian Isle, Farrell Lines; S.S. Mormactrade, Moore- McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Australia, Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Great Britain. Greece. Hong Kong, Japan, Korea. Libva. Mexico, Peru, Philippines. Republic of South .Africa. Taiwan. STEVEN TROY FALKNER Raytown, Missouri ACADEMY RECORD: Debate, Ski Club, International Re- lations Club, Intramurals. Midshipman Council, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Cristobal, Panama Canal Co.; S.S. Mallory Lykes. S.S. Eugene Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Pine Tree State, States Marine; S.S. Claiborne, Gulf-Puerto Rico Lines. VOYAGES: India, Iran, Kuwatt. Lebanon. Libva. Pakistan. Panama. Philippines. Puerto Rico, Republic of South Afri- ca. Saudi Arabia, Spain, Trinidad. Tunisia. Turkey. Viet Nam. STEPHEN JAMES FONTANA Bayside, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Dance Committee, Intramurals. Sail- ing, Swimming. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Clipper, S.S. American Rover. United States Lines; S.S. Export Courier, Amencan Export- Isbrandlsen Lines; S.S. Mormaccove, Moore-McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina. Brazil. France. Germany, Great Brit- ain. Ireland. Italy. Netherlands. Scodand. Spain. Uruguay. 221 ' s STEPHEN FRANCIS FORD Falls Church, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Newman Club. Marlin- spike Club, Stella Maris Guild, Command Board, Intramu- rals, Marme Technology Socierv. SEA YEAR: N.S. Savannah, F.A.S.T., Inc.; S.S. Mormacglen, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Santa Lucia. Grace Lmes; S.S. United States, United States Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Formosa, France, Germany. Great Britain, Hong Kong. Hungary, Ireland. Italy. Japan. Korea. Panama. Paraguay. Peru. Phi- lippines, Spain, Tunisia. Uruguay. Venezuela. Yugoslavia. r 222 RUSSEL KEITH GRIFFALL Panama City. Panama. R.P. ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Radio Club. Ski Club. Intramurals. Sailing Squadron, Martial Arts Club. Sailing. Soccer. SEA YEAR: S.S. Green Forest, Central Gulf; S.S. Australian Galaxy, Farrell Lines; S.S. Cristobal, Panama Lines; S.S. Gulf Shipper. Gulf and South America Lines; S.S. Dick Lykes, Lykes Brothers. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados, Bolivia, Brazil. Chile, Co- lombia, Greece, Israel, Italy, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela. Viet Nam. academ Ucff. lines, ' »Vaces ? ils, I JOHN FREDERICK FOREMAN North Miami Beach, Florida ACADEMY RECORD; Trident Club. Bridge Cluh, Intra- murals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Del Sud, Delta Lines; S.S. Esso Jamestown. Humble Oil and Refining Co.; S.S. Jean Lykes, Lykes Brothers; S.S. .Asburv Victory, Pacific Far East Lines; S.S. Texaco Florida. Texas Oil Co. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium. Dutch West Indies, Formo- sa, France. Germanv. Great Britain. Panama, Paraguay, Philippines, Puerto Rico. Uruguay. Venezuela, Viet Nam. ROY FRANCIS GEISER Dallas, Texas ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Ski Club, Ring Com- mittee, Football, Sailing. SEA YEAR; S.S. Kendall Fish, S.S. Dick Lykes, Lykes Broth- ers; S.S. President Van Buren, American President Lines. VOYAGES: Colombia. Dominican Republic. Formosa. Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Libya, Malta, Mexico, Morocco, Philippines. Puerto Rico, Tunisia, Turkey, Ve- nezuela. ■:r,:TJ H 1 A ' B HPV ■ F %. JM ' M til k ™ H v j Jp ■ i 4BtaB tr [1 Wg y V THOMAS JOHN HALL Fancy Gap, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This, Dance Committee, Intra- murals. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Garfield. American President Lines; S.S. Prudential Oceanjet, Prudential Lines; S.S. Mormacsaga, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. American Lancer, United States Lines; S.S. Santa Mercedes. Grace Lines. VOYAGES; Argentina. Brazil. Colombia. Dominican Re- public, Formosa, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Morocco, Neth- erlands, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Singapore, Spain, Tnnidad, Turkey. Uruguay. 223 T 1- p t 1 f »» , % ARTHUR ERL HARDING Washington. D.C. ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris. Ski Cluh, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Marjorie Lykes. S.S. Thompson Lykes. S.S. Dick Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Amarico Victory. M.S.T.S.; S.S. Gulf Merchant, Gulf and South .American Lines. VOYAGES: Colombia, Dominican Republic. Formosa, Hong Kong. Japan. Korea. Okinawa. Panama. Philippines. Puerto Rico, Venezuela. Viet Nam. MARK PHILIP HENSLEY Lake Bluff, Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Radio Club. Ski Club, Ring Committee, Intramurals, Sailing Squadron, Sailing, Swimming. SEA YEAR: S.S. Gulf Merchant. Gulf and South American S.S. Co.; S.S. Inaer. Reynolds Metals Co.; S.S. Leslie Lvkes. S.S. Adabelle Lvkes, Lykes Brothers; S.S. Canada Mail, American Mail Lines ' ; S.S. Clarence B. Randall. Inland Steel Co. VOYAGES: Canada. Chile, Colombia, Ecuador. Hong Kong. Japan, Korea, Okinawa, Panama, Peru. «» THOMAS WILLIAM HUDSON Singer. Louisiana ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Service, Var- sity Club, Christian Council. SN. ' VME. SEA YEAR: S.S. Howell Lykes, S.S. Dolly Turman, S.S. Brin- ton Lykes, Lykes Brothers; S.S. Del Mundo. Delta Lines. VOYAGES: Barbados. Brazil. Canada. Curacao. Germany. Great Britain. Japan. Korea, Netherlands, Panama, Philip- pines, Puerto Rico, Viet Nam. 224 acai ltd: Pa I ' m JAMES ANTHONY HERNDON Seattle. Washington ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris. Ski Club. Intramurals. Sailing Squadron. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Juana. S.S. Santa Anna. Grace Lines: S.S. Washington Mail. S.S. Philippine Mail. American Mail Lines. VOYAGES: Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Repub- lic, El Salvador. Formosa, Guatemala. Honduras. Hong Kong, Japan. Korea. Mexico. Panama. Philippines, Venezuela. MICHAEL YORK HOPKINS Clearwater, Florida ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Propeller Club. Sailmg Squadron. SEA YEAR: S.S. Te.xaco Flonda. Texas Oil Co.; Ex Cape Kildare. Delta S.S. Co.; S.S. Berkeley Victor.. S.S. President Jefferson, American President Lines: S.S. Santa Flavia, Grace Lines. VOY.AGES: Canada. Colombia. Costa Rica. Formosa. Jamaica, Japan, Mexico. Panama. Philippines. Puerto Rico. Venezuela, Viet Nam. WESLEY SCOTT HUNT Sioux City. Iowa ACADEMY RECORD: Bridge Club. Intfamurals. Tennis. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacvega, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Crusader, United States Lines; S.S. Ruth Lykes, Lykes Brothers; S.S. Delta Uruguay. Delta Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium. Brazil. Denmark, Dutch West Indies, Formosa. Hong Kong. Japan. Korea. Netherlands. Panama. Philippines. Poland. Sweden. Thailand. Trinidad, Uruguay, Viet Nam. 225 JOE JOHN JABLONSKI Loup City, Nebraska ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Bearings. Catholic Choir. Newman Club, Intramurals, Baseball. Basketball. SEA YEAR: S.S. GulfTrader. Gulf and South American Lines; S.S. Walter Rice. Reynolds Aluminum Co.; S.S. Ashlev Lykes, S.S. Kenneth McKay. Lykes Brothers. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia. Dominican Republic, Ecuador. France, Germany. Great Britain. Haiti. Italy. Ja- maica. Lebanon. Netherlands, Panama. Peru, Puerto Rico. Tunisia, Turkey. JAMES DUANE JONES Pme River. Minnesota ACADEMY RECORD: Christian Council. Glee Club. Intra- murals, Protestant Choir. SEA YEAR: S.S. Gulf Fanner. Gulf and South American Lines; S.S. Jean Lvkes. S.S. Howell Lvkes. S.S. Dollv Turman. Lvkes Brothers: S.S. Esso Baltimore. Humble Oil and Relining Co. VOYAGES: Chile. Colombia, Ecuador. Greece, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Malta. Panama, Peru, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey. 226 fidr fe- FREDERICK LAWRENCE JACKSON Houston. Texas ACADEM ' RECORD: Midships. Varsity Club, Command Board. G Tiinastics. Wrestling, Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Sue Lykes, S.S. Letitia Lykes, Lykes Brothers; S.S. Texaco Florida. Texas Oil Co.; S.S. Gulf Trader. Gulf and South American Lines. VOYAGES: Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Japan, Mada- gascar. Mozambique, Panama. Peru, Republic of South Africa, South West Africa, Tanganyika, Zanzibar, ENNIS KAY Leesville. Louisiana ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Command Board, Intra- murals. Baseball. SEA YEAR: S.S. James Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Gulf Banker. Gulf and South American S.S. Co.; S.S. Express, American Export Lines. VOYAGES: Chile, Colombia, Ecuador. Formosa, Israel, Italy. Japan. Morocco, Panama. Peru. Portugal. Spain. Tunisia, Viet Nam, Yugoslavia. DOUGLAS BARTLETT LAIDLAW Mount Kisco, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Ski Club. Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. African Meteor. Farrell Lines; S.S. Mormac- trade. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Contractor. U nited Slates Lines; S.S . Exford. American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Angola. Argentina. Brazil, Formosa, Greece. Hong Kong. Italy. Japan. Kenya. Korea, Libya. Madaga.scar. Mo- zambique. Okinawa. Panama. Philippines, Republic of South Africa. South West Africa. Spain. Tanzania. Tunisia, Turkey. Uruguay. 227 ROBERT JOSEPH LAVINIA Smithtown. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Command Board. Baseball, Basketball. Football. SEA YEAR: S.S. Doctor Lykes. S.S. James McKay. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Hawaii. States Lines. VOYAGES: Greece. Hona Kong. Italv. Japan. Korea. Lebanon. Morocco. Philippines. Spain. Turkey. Viet Nam. EDWARD THOMAS LYNCH, JR. Virginia Beach, Virginia ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris. Dance Committee. Intra- murals. Arts and World Affairs. SEA YEAR: S.S. Reuben Tipton. S.S. Harry Culbreath. S.S. Elizabeth Lykes. Lykes Brothers. VOYAGES: Belgium. Cambodia. Denmark. France. Germany, Great Britain " Greece. Israel. Italy. Libya. Netherlands. Okinawa. Panama. Philippines, Rumania, Russia. Spain. Thailand. Tunisia. Turkey. Viet Nam. 228 m )nr H m ? ■ ■ : " ; " ' : ' i ■ Ed! f m iffln 35 KT Jh rS J W ■ 1 w :j , .,3.4i z. JAMES NICKOLAS LITRUN Penn. Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris. Class Officer. Midshipman Council. Baseball. SEA YEAR: S.S. Export Bay, S.S. Executor. American Export- Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Luisa, Grace Lines; S.S. Ameri- can Forester, United States Lines. VOYAGES: Colombia. Great Britain. Ireland. Israel, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Venezuela. m GERARD JOHN MANNERING Lafayette, California ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris. Ski Club, Intramurals. Sailing Squadron. Rugbv Club, Baseball, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. China Bear, Pacific Far East Lines; S.S. Hawaii. S.S. Colorado, States Lines; S.S. Muhlenberg Vic- tory. Matson Navigation Co. VOYAGES: Canada. Formosa. Hong Kong. Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Macao, Mexico, Okinawa, Philippines, Viet Nam. ROBERT H. McCONNELL Clarksburg, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD; Midships. Trident Club, Intramurals, Soccer. SEA YE-AR: S.S. Mormacpride, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Prudenual Oceanjet, Prudential Lines. Inc.; S.S. President Coolidge. American President Lines; S.S. American Resolute, United States Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina. Brazil. Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India. Italy, Japan, Malaya, Nationalist China, Netherlands, Okinawa, Pakistan, Singapore, Spain, Turkey. 229 r •• I MICHAEL PATRICK McFARLAND Hollywood, California ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Bearinss. Regimental In- formation Service, Intramurals, Basketball. SEA YEAR: U.S.N.S. Point Barrow, M.S.T.S.: S.S. California Bear. Pacific Far East Lines: S.S. President Van Buren, S.S. President Jefferson. .American President Lines; S.S. Mor- macrio,Moore-McCormack Lines; S,S, Prudential Seajet, Pru- dential Lines. VOYAGES: Cape Verde Island. Formosa, French West Africa. Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malagasy. Mozam- bique, Panama, Philippines, Portugal, Republic ' of South Africa, Spain, Turkey. F I FREDERICK JAMES MURPHY Riverside, Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Ski Club, Intramurals, Sailing Squadron, Culture Team. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Monica, Grace Lines; S.S. American Veteran, S.S. United States, United States Lines; S.S. Minot Victory. A. L. Burbank Co.; S.S. Export Commerce, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, VOYAGES: Formosa, Great Britain, Ireland. Italv, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Thailand, Venezuel a. 230 AC I li I El VOl F( PI ■ ' TII XfctwJ MTl»[|MlfcIM ■■■«■■ . H mM ' hit: jmmm-. mMm WB m m p |M l|fTV CffT ' ' ' ' j H ' " fef H H H KLiIlXK: z-aLllJ::« JCJLi.!•« ' [ ' ' — ■ j.- — ' — ii ==_- - HAROLD RAYMOND MELLOWAY Lemon Grove. California ACADEMY RECORD; Regimental Information Service, Intra- murals. Soccer. SEAYEAR:S.S. President Tyler. S.S. President Jackson. Ameri- can President Lines; S.S. China Bear. Pacific Far East Lines; S.S. Santa Rosa. Grace Lines; S.S. C.V. Slaghound. American Export Lines. VOYAGES; Ceylon. Dominican Republic. Dutch West Indies. Formosa. France. Germany, Haiti. Hong Kong, India. Italy, Jamaica. Japan, Korea, Nfalaya, Pakistan, Panama, Philip- pines, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Thailand. Venezuela. Viet Nam. € = ROBERT MICHAEL MURPHY Plainview, New York ACADEMY RECORD; Regimental Information Service, Intra- murals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Mist. United States Lines; S.S. Atlan- tic Communicator. Atlantic-Richtield; S.S. Santa Cruz, Grace Lines; S.S. E.xport Banner. S.S, Constitution, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES; Chile, Colombia. Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Formosa, France, Italy, Japan, Korea, Libya, Panama. Peru, Philippines. Puerto Rico. Spain. Tunisia. MICHAEL WILLIAM OEHLER Seattle, Washington ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. SNAME. International Re- lations Club. SEA YEAR; S.S. Illinois, S.S. Arizona, S,S. Texas, States Lines: S.S. Utah Standard. Chevron Shipping Co.; S.S. President Hayes. American President Lines; S.S. Alaskan Mail. Ameri- can Mail Lines; S.S. Magdalena, Grace Lines. VOYAGES; Bermuda. Canada. Ceylon. Colombia. Dominican Republic. Ecuador. Formosa. France, Hong Kong. India. Italy. Japan. Malaya, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, Viet Nam. 231 EDWARD WILLIAM PETERSON Davlon. Ohm ACADLMY RECORD; Varsity Club, Intramuruls Basketball. Baseball, 232 SEA YEAR: S.S. Gulf Banker. Gulf and South American S.S. Co.; S.S. Santo Cerro. United Fruit Co.; S.S. Mason Lykes, S.S. Kendall Fish. S.S. Zoella Lykes, S.S. Gibbes Lykes, Lykes Brothers; S.S. Esse Jamestown, Humble Oil and Refining. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, France, Germany. Great Britain. Honduras, Israel. Italy. Japan. Korea, Mexico, MorcKCo, Netherlands, Okinawa, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey. Viet Nam. RICHARD CHARLES OGUS ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Corsair, United States Lines; S.S. Exbrook. S.S. Export Agent, S.S. Flying Embezzler, Ameri- can Export-Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. Santa Elena, G race Lines; S,S. Pennsylvania Sun, Sun Oil Steamship Lines; S.S. Mor- macdawn, Moore-McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina. Belgium. Brazil. Chile. Ecuador. For- mosa. France " Great Brilain. Hong Kong, Japan. Korea, Mexico. Panama. Peru. Uruguay. % EMMET MICHAEL QUINN Ville Platte. Louisiana ACADEMY RECORD: Catholic Choir. Newman Club. Dance Committee. Glee Club. Eagle Scout Society. Regimental Broadcast Unit. Intramurals. Sailing Squadron. Regimental Honor Guard. SEA YEAR: S.S. Stella Lykes. S.S. Norman Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Cristobal. Panama Canal Co.; S.S. Del Norte, Delta Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Dutch West Indies, France, Germany, GreatBritain, Netherlands, Panama, Philip- pines, Uruguay, ' Viet Nam. AC SE ■ v JOSEPH B. PETCOSKY Pasadena, Texas SEA YEAR: S.S. Walter Rice, Reynolds Metals Co.: S.S. Gulf Trader, Gulf and South American S.S. Co.; S.S. Shirley Lykes. S.S. Jean Lykes, Lykes Brothers. VOYAGES: Belgium. Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Formosa, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea. Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines. BRUNO PETER RAVALICO Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Intramurals, Football. SEA YEAR: S.S. Santa Paula, S.S. Santa Magdalena, Grace Lines; S.S. Expeditor. S.S. Export Courier, S.S. C.V. Sea Witch, American Export-IsbrandLsen Lines; S.S. American Lynx, United Stales Lines. VOYAGES: Colombia, Dutch West Indies, Ecuador, Germany, Great Britain, Haiti, Italy, Jamaica, Korea, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Venezuela. Viet Nam. GARY RAY ROBERTS Marion, Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, Intramurals, Sailing Squadron, Basketball. SEA YEAR: S.S. Green Bay, Central Gulf S.S. Co.; S.S. Ed- ward B. Greene, Cleveland Cliffs S.S. Co.; S.S Del Mar. Delta S.S. Co.; S.S. Allison Lykes, Lykes Brothers. VOYAGES: Argentina. Barbados. Brazil. Mexico. Panama. Philippines. Uruguay, Venezuela. Viet Nam. 233 MICHAEL SCOTT RYAN Joplin. Missouri ACADEMY RECORD: Debate, Eagle Scout Society. Drill Team. SEA YEAR: S.S. Monmacaltair. Moore-McCormack Lines: S.S. Pioneer Main. United States Lines; S.S. E.xport .Adventurer. American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium, Denmark. Formosa. Hong Kong. Japan, Kenya, Korea, Madagascar. Mozambique. Netherlands. Nor- way. Panama. Philippines. Poland. Republic of South Africa. Seychelles Islands, Sweden. Tanzania. Viet Nam. V STEVE THOMAS SCALZO Bellevue. Washington ACADEMY RECORD: Vansity Club. Newman Club. Intra- murals. Sailing Squadron, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Philippine Mail, American Mail Lines; S.S. President Harrison, American President Lines. VOYAGES: Bermuda, Canada, Ceylon, Formosa, France, Hong Kong, India. Indonesia. Italy, Japan. Korea. Malaysia, Pakis- tan, Panama. Philippines, Singapore, Spain. 234 q f l« f ■■■ B ' li m H m Ht H 1 w 2| ( c B ' JAMES RALPH SALDUTTI Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ACADEMY RECORD: Dance Commitlee. Propeller Club. Sail- ing Squadron, Football, Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Brazil, S.S. Mormacngel. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Mist. United Slates Lines; S.S. Export Courier, American Export-Isbrandlsen Lines; S.S. African Lightning. Farrell Lines. VOYAGES: Azores. Belgium, Dahomey. Denmark. Finland, Formosa, France, Great Britain, Guinea, Hong Kong. Ice- land, Italv, Ivory Coast, Japan, Korea, Liberia, Netherlands, Nigeria, Jorway, Okinawa, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Rus- sia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Spain, Sweden. % »«lll THOMAS LEE SCHNEIDER Traverse City, Michigan ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Polaris. Hear This. Varsity Club. Ski Club. Bowling League. Inlramurals. Sports Pub- licity, Baseball. Basketball, Soccer, Rugby Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. Gulf Merchant. Gulf and South American S.S. Co.; S.S. Kendall Fish, S.S. Jean Lykes, Lykes Brothers; M.V. Universal, Tidewater Towing Co.; S.S. Transontario, Hudson Waterways. VOYAGES: Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Ger- many. Great iBritain. Hong Kong, Japan. Korea, Nether- lands, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Viet Nam. TIMOTHY JAMES SCHULTZ Boonville, Missouri ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Honor Guard, Weight Lift- ing Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. Prudential Seajet. S.S. Prudential OccanjeL Prudential Lines; S.S Mormaclake, M(X)re-McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Moon. S.S. .American Veteran, United States Lines. VOYAGES: Brazil. Formosa. Germany. Great Britain, Greece. Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Panama, Philip- pines, Spain. Trinidad, Turkey. 235 GLENN ALAN SHAW Santa Barbara. Calitornia ACADEMY RECORD: Glee Club, Drill Team. Inlramurals. Sailing Squadron. SEA YEAR: S.S. Korea Bear, Pacific Far East Lines: S.S. Santa Fla ia. Grace Lines; S.S. Sierra. Oceanic S.S. Co.; S.S. C. E. Dant. States Lines; S.S. United States. United States Lines. VOYAGES: . ' ustralia. Canada. Colombia. Costa Rica. Domini- can Republic. El Salvador. Fi|i Islands. France. Great Britain. Guatemala. Honduras. Hong Kong. Jamaica. Japan. Korea. Mexico. Okinawa. Panama. Philippines, Samoa, Tasmania, Trinidad. Venezuela. 236 JAMES PATRICK SWEENEY Garden City. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Varsity Club. Trident Club. Intramurals. Martial Arts Club. Soccer. SE. YEAR: S.S. Mormacscan. Moore- McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Contender. S.S. American Lark. United States Lines; S.S. E.xcelsior. American Export-lsbrandlsen Lines. S.S. Halaula Victory. Alcoa Lines. VOV.AGES: .Argentina. Belgium. Brazil. Formosa. France. Great Britain. Hong Kong. Japan. Korea, Panama, Philippines, Uruguay, Viel Nam. ■P (u WILLIAM HARVEY SHOCKLEY Clayton. Delaware ACADEMY RECORD: Bearings. Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Coolidge. American President Lines; S.S. American Pilot, S.S. American Scout, United States Lines; S.S. Santa Mercedes. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium. Colombia. Ecuador. Formosa. France. Germany. Great Britain. Haiti. Hong Kong. India. Italy. Jamaica. Japan. Mexico. Pakistan. Panama. Peru. Singapore, Spain. Venezuela. GARY WADE STROM Mundelein. Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Drill Team. Bridge Club, Baseball, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Gulf Banker. Gulf and South American S.S. Co.; S.S. Christopher Lykes. S.S. Mayo Lykes. S.S. Dolly Turman. Lykes Brothers. VOYAGES: Chile. Colombia. Japan. Korea. Okinawa. Panama, Peru. Philippines. Viet Nam. ALLEN MICHAEL TEETER. JR. Minneapolis. Minnesota ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Ring Committee. In- tramurals. Sailing. Soccer. SEA YEAR: S.S. Cristobal. Panama Canal Co.; S.S. John Lykes, S.S. Mallory Lykes, S.S. Mayo Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Gulf Banker. Gulf and South American S.S. Co. VOYAGES: Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France. Germany. Great Britain. Netherlands, Panama. Peru. Philippines. Thailand, Viet Nam. 237 JAMES PHILLIP THOMAS Fitzgerald. Georgia ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Bearings. Ski Club, Inler- national Relations Council. Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Kendall Fish. S.S. .Adabelle Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Del Sud. Delta Lines; S.S. Santa Elena. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Barbados. Belgium, Brazil. Dutch West Indies. Formosa, France. Germany. Hongkong, Japan. Korea. Me.Mco. Netherlands. Panama. Uruguay. Venezuela. 238 DONALD ANTHONY TIERNEY Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Polaris. Reoimental Information Ser- vice. Varsity Club, Intramurals. Culture Team. Sailing. Swim- ming. Track. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Contender, S.S. American Chieftain, United States Lines: S.S. African Mercury, Farrcll Lines; S.S. Santa Sofia. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Colombia. Dominican Republic, Formosa. France, Great Britain, Hong Kong. Japan, Kenya. Korea, Mozam- bique, Panama. Philippines. Republic of South Africa, South West Africa. Tanganyika. Venezuela. Zanzibar. M ' .j M I. ' ; ' ! ' . , K Jl WM WM m ■ miimmc A:i mB 1 !B ™!S ' ' ipPP J%k ml ■ JOSEPH EDWARD THOMURE St. Louis. Missouri ACADEMY RECORD: Polans. Varsity Club, Radio Club. Ski Club. Intramurals. Color Guard. Soccer. Wrestling. SEA YEAR: S.S. Inger, Reynolds Metals Co.; S.S. Gulf Mer- chant. Gulf and South .American S.S. Co.; S.S. Del Mar. S.S. Del Norte. Delta Lines; S.S. Dollv Turman. S.S. Elizabeth Lykes. Lykes Brothers. VOYAGES: Argentina. Brazil. Colombia. Dutch West Indies. Ecuador. Mexjco. Panama. Peru. Philippines. Thailand. Uru- guay. Viet Nam. % X w Son ROBERT JOHN TITUS St. James, New York ACADEMY RECORD: International RelationsClub.Newman Club. Stella Maris Guild. Sailing Squadron. Shields Team. Ski Club. Eagle Scout Society. Trident Club. Martial Arts Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. Cristobal. Panama Canal Co.; S.S. Kendall Fish. S.S. John Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Delta Paraguay. Delta Lines. VOY.AGES: Argentina. Barbados. Belgium. Brazil. France. Ger- many. Hong Kong. Japan. Korea. Netherlands. Mexico, Panama. Poland. Unitea Kingdom. Viet Nam. MARK PAUL TROSETH Little Neck. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Midships. Hear This, Regimental In- formation Service. Regimental Band. VarsityClub.Command Board, Bowling League, Intramurals. Cross Country. Track. SEA YEAR: S.S. Keytrader. Keystone Tankship Corp.; S.S. Solon Turman. S.S. Mallorv Lykes, Lvkes Brothers; S.S. Gulf Banker, Gulf and South American S.S. Co. VOYAGES: Belgium. Chile, Colombia, D(. minican Republic, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Israel, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Thailand, Turkey, Viet Nam. 239 ' . Hw BRIAN MARTIN TULLY Long Beach. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Hear This. Varsity Club. Inlramurals. Soccer. SEA YEAR: S,S. Mormactrade. S.S. Brazil. Moore-McCormack Lines: S.S. E, port Bay. American E.xport-lsbrandtsen Lines: S.S. United States. United States Lines: S.S. Santa Elena, Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina. Brazil. Denmark. Dutch West Indies. Finland, Formosa. French West Africa, Hong Kong, Ice- land, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Paraguay, Portugal. Repub- lic of South .Africa. Russia. South West Africa. Sweden. Uruguay, Venezuela. ' til 240 FREDERICK ROBERT WARREN Merrick. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Newman Club. Intramurals. Rowing. Wrestling. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Mill. United States Lines: S.S. Mor- mac-isle. S.S. Mormaclyn.x. Mcwre-McCormack Lines: S.S. Santa Maria. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Belgium. Colombia. Denmark. Ecuador. Hong Kong. Japan. Kenva. Korea. Netherlands. Norway. Panama. Peru. Philippines. Republic of South Africa, Sw eden, Taiwan, Tanzania, Venezuela. AO B SLA Si VOi Gi r - 5 DOUGLAS VOLLE UHLES Morgan. Texas ACADEMY RECORD; Hear This. Bearings. Glee Club, Intra- murals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Louise Lvkes.S.S. JohnLvkes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Del Ore. Delta Lines; S.S. Gulf Banker. Gulf and South American S.S. Co.; S.S. Pacific Victory. Pacific CoastTransport Co.; S.S. M. M. Dant. States Lines; S.S. Santa Flavia, Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Algeria. .Angola. Canada. Chile. Colombia. Congo. Dominican Republic. Ecuador. Ghana. Hong Kong, Italy, Japan. Korea. Liberia. Libya. Okinawa, Panama. Peru. Philip- pines. Puerto Rico, Senegal, Spain, Tunisia, Venezuela, Viet Nam. i DAVID MICHAEL WHITTY East Hampton. Connecticut ACADEMY RECORD; Newman Club. SNAME. Command Board, Weight Lifting Club, Rowing. SEA YEAR; S.S. Pioneer Myth. S.S. American Rover. United States Lines; S.S. Brigham Victory, Alcoa S,S. Co.; S.S. Mor- macbay, Moore-McCormack Lines. VOYAGES; Argentina, Belgium. Brazil, Canada, Formosa. Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea. Netherlands. Panama, Philippines. Uruguay. Venezuela. JOSEPH JAMES WILDGEN. JR. SomerviUe. New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Eagle Scout Society, Trident Club. Intramurals, Rifle Team. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Builder, S.S. American Chieftain. United Slates Lines; S. S. President Fillmore. American President Lines; S.S. E.xford. .American Export- Isbrandtscn Lines; S.S. Santa Mercedes. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Azores. Belgium. Colombia. Cyprus. Dominican Republic. Ecuador. France. Great Bntain. Greece. Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Morocco, Panama. Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spam, Turkey, Viet Nam. 241 XiRADUATES ' DAVID RANKIN WINEMAN Aiea, Hawaii ACADEMY RECORD: Regimental Information Sen,ice, Var- sity Club, Trident Club, Bowling League. Baseball. Bowling. SEA YEAR: S.S. Eugene Lykes, S.S. Stella Lykes. S.S. Louise Lykes. Lykes Brothers; S.S. Gulf Shipper. Gulf and South American Lines S.S. Co. VOYAGES: Belgium. Chile. Colombia. Ecuador. France. Ger- many. Great Britain. Hong Kong. Indonesia. Netherlands, Okinawa. Panama. Peru. Philippines. Viet Nam. RICHARD HERMAN WOEHLCKE Cape May. New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Sailing Squadron. Sail- ing. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Clipper. S.S. Pio neer Mart. United States Lines; S.S. Delaware Sun. Sun Oil Co.; S.S. Santa Clara. Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Chile. Colombia, Ecuador, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan. Korea, Netherlands. Panama. Peru. Philippines, Taiwan, Venezuela. 242 ■P msmmmmm DECK-ENGINE GRADUATES c STEVEN JERRY CHAPPELLE Eureka. California ACADEMY RECORD: VarsiW Club, Intramurals, Crosscoun- try. Track. SEA YEAR: S.S. President Harrison. American President Lines; S.S. Santa Adela, Grace Lines; S.S. Korea Bear. Pacific Far East Lines; S.S. Oregon Standard. Standard Oil of California. VOYAGES: Cevlon. Dominican Republic. Formosa. France. Haiti. Hong Kong. India. Indonesia. Italy. Jamaica. Japan. Korea. Malaysia. Pakistan. Panama. Philippines. Singapore. Spain. Venezuela. Viet Nam. PHILIP GARTH COOK Fort Lauderdale. Florida ACADEMY RECORD: Varsitv Club. SNAME, Trident Club. Rifle. SEA YEAR: S.S. Del Valle. Delta Lines; S.S. Gulf Shipper. Gulf and South American S.S. Co.; S.S. Hess Voyager. Hess Oil Co. VOYAGES: Angola. Belgian Congo. Dahomey. Ghana. Guam. Ivory Coast, Japan, Liberia. Nigeria. Panama. Senegal. Sierra Leone, Trinidad, Viet Nam. 244 CHARLES THOMAS CLEMONS Palos Verdes. California ACADEMY RECORD; Hear This. VarsUy Club. Ski Club. Trident Club. Marine Technology Society. Pistol, Soccer. SEA YEAR; S.S. M. M. Dant. Stales Lines: S.S. President Monroe, American President Lines. VOYAGES; Hong Kona, India. Italy. Japan. Korea. Malaya, Pakistan. Panama. Philippines. Singapore. Switzerland. flWES FRANK WILSON CRANMER Spray Beach. New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD; Protestant Choir. Ski Club. Trident Club. International Relations Club. Intramurals. Rifle, Rowing. SEA YEAR; S.S. Pioneer Mart. United States Lines; S.S. Mor- macargo. S.S. Mormaclynx. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Export Courier, . ' merican Expon-IsbrandLsen Lines. VOYAGES: Formosa. Germany. Hong Kong. Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea. Madagascar. Mozambique. Netherlands, Panama, Philippines. Republic of South Africa. Spain. Swe- den. Tanganyika. THOMAS EDWARD HARPER St. Petersburg, Florida ACADEMY RECORD; Ski Club. SNAME. Trident Club. In- ternational Relations Club. Intramurals. Golf SEA YEAR; S.S. Pioneer Ming. United States Lines: S.S. Santa Sofia. Grace Lines: S.S Maldin Victory. Alcoa Lines; S.S. Export Champion, American Expori-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Colombia. Dominican Republic, Formosa, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Panama, Philippines, Spain, Venezuela, Viet Nam. 245 DECK-ENGIN GRADUATES «- c TERRANCE BERNARD JEDNASZEWSKI Canton. Ohio ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club. Newman Club. Eagle Scout Sotietv, Stella Mans Guild. Trident Club. Intramurals. Rifle. Rowing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Pioneer Man. United States Lines: S.S. Mor- macargo. S.S. Mormaclynx. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Export-Isbrandtsen Lines. VOYAGES: Formosa. Germany. Hong Kong, lialv. Japan, Kenya. Korea. Madagascar. ' Mozambique. Netlierlands, Panama. Philippines. Republic of South .Africa. Spain. Swe- den. Tanganyika. S. P J ll| 246 THOMAS LINDON MORSE Roxbury. New York ACADEMY RECORD: Automotive Interest Club. Eagle Scout Society. Ski Club. International Relations Club. Intramurals. ASHli. E. SEA YEAR: S.S. Flying Hawk. American Export-Isbrandlscn Lines: S.S. American Resolute. S.S. Pioneer Crusader. United States Lines; S.S. .African Meteor. Farrell Lines: S.S. Mor- macbay. Moore- McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Angola. .Argentina. Bra .il, Formosa. Germany, Hong Kong. Italy, Ivory Coa.st. Japan. Korea, Liberia. Mo- zambique. ' Netherlands. Panama, Philippines, Republic of South Africa, Spain, Tunisia. ROARK KEVIN NAGLER Chicago, Illinois ACADEMY RECORD: Varsity Club, SNAME, Inu-amurals, Rifle. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacbay. Moore-McCormack Lines: S.S. Pioneer Main, United Slates Lines; S.S. African Neptune, Farrell Lines; S.S. Export Challenger, Amencan Export-Is- brandLsen Lines; S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina. Brazil, Formosa, Greece. Haiti, Hong Kong. Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Libya. Mozambique. Republic of South Africa, Tanganyika, Tunisia, Turkey, Uru- auav. Venezuela. AlD! S.S, vova Hoiii m JOHN JAMES MATEJEK Plainfield, New Jersey ACADEMY RECORD: Bearings. Regimental Broadcast Unit, International Relations Club, Intramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Robin Goodfellow, Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Contender, United States Lines: S.S. Prudential Oceanjet, Prudential Lines. VOYAGES: Ascension Island, Formosa. Greece, Hong Kong, Italy. Japan. Kenya. Korea, Madagascar, Mozambique, Panama, Philippines, Republic of Soulh Africa, South west Africa, Spain, Tanganyika. Turkey. i(l A CRAIG EDWARD REEDER San Diego, California ACADEMY RECORD : SNAME, International Relations Club. SEA YEAR: S.S. Willamette Victory. S.S. President Polk. American President Lines; S.S. Santa Adela. Grace Lines; S.S. C. E. Dant. States Lines. VOYAGES: Colombia, Dominican Republic. Formosa, France, Hong Kong, India, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Pakistan, Panama, Singapore, Trinidad, Venezuela, Viet Nam. GEOFFREY SCOTT SOUTHWORTH Huntington Station, New York ACADEMY RECORD: Pnlaris. Bearings. Re»imental Band Ensign, Ring Dance Committee, SNAME, Chairman Ring Committee, Chairman International Relations Council, .Arts andWorldAffairsCommittee, Intramurals, Martial Arts, MTS. SEA YEAR: S.S. American Commander, United States Lines; S.S. Mormacbav, S.S. Mormacrigel. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. African Sun, Farrell Lines; S.S. Constitution, American Export-Isbrandt,sen Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina, Brazil, Denmark, Formosa, Hong Kong. Japan. Korea, Mozambique, Netherlands, Panama, Philippine;;, Puerto Rico, Republic of South Africa. St. Thomas. Sweden. Unisuav 247 JOHN M. SPEAR Phippsburg. Maine ACADEMY RECORD: Command Board. Inlramurals. SEA YEAR: S.S. Flying Hawk. American Export — Isbrandt- sen Lines; S.S. Amencan Resolute. S.S. Pioneer Crusader. United States Lines; S.S. African Meteor. Farrell Lines; S.S. Mormacbay. Moore-McCormack Lines. VOYAGES: Angola, Argentina, Brazil. Formosa. Germany. Hong Kong. Italy. Ivory Coast. Japan. Korea. Liberia. Mozambique, Netherlands. Panama. Philippmes, Republic of South Africa. Spain Tunisia. Uruguay. 248 ROGER VANCE SWANSON Princeton. Wisconsin ACADEMY RECORD: Ski Club, Trident Club. Inlramurals, Sailing Squadron, Protestant Choir. Midshipman Council, Sailing. SEA YEAR: S.S. Mormacbay. Moore-McCormack Lines; S.S. Pioneer Main. United States Lines; S.S. Export Challenger, American Export - Isbrandtsen Lines; S.S. African Nep- tune, Farrell Lines; S.S. Santa Paula, Grace Lines. VOYAGES: Argentina. Brazil, Formosa. Greece, Haiti. Hong Kong, Jamaica. Japan. Kenya, Korea, Libya. Mozambique, Panama. Philippines. Republic of South Africa. South West Africa, Spain, Tanganyika, Tunisia. Turkey, Uruguay, Ven- ezuela. VQi IE .3 MITCHELL EDWARD STELLER Joliet. Illinois ACADEMY RECORD. Regimenlal Bund. Ski Club. Dance Committee. SNAME. Intramurals. SEA YEAR; S.S. Del Valle, Delta Lines: S.S. Gulf Shipper, Gulf and South American S.S. Co.; S.S. Hess Voyager, Hess Oil Co. VOYAGES; Angola. Belgian Congo, Ghana. Japan. Liberia. Panama. Sierra Leone. Trinidad. Viet Nam. FRAZER BENARD WILSON Mojave, California ACADEMY RECORD; Automotive Interest Club, Ski Club. SNAME, International Relations Club. Drill Team, Intra- murals, Karate Club, Weight Lifting Club, Company Secu- rity Officer. SEA YEAR: S.S. M. M. Dant, States Lines; S.S. President Monroe. American President Lines. VOYAGES; Formosa, Hon " Kong, India. ItaK, Japan, Ko- rea, Malaya, Okinawa. Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Sin- gapore, Switzerland. 249 ADVERTISING INDEX Aerofin Corporation A33 Albina Engine Machine Works A37 Alden Electronic Impulse Recording Equipment Co., Inc A35 American Export Isbrandtsen Lines A3 American Mail Line A32 American President Lines A37 American Society ' of Naval Engineers, Inc A27 American Trading and Production Corp A37 American Yearbook Company A46 Amoco Shipping Company A30 Anadale Company A34 Anixter-Normandy Electric Wire Corp A39 Art Cap Company, Inc A26 Atlantic Cordage Supply Corporation A34 Aurand Manufacturing Equipment Company A8 Avon Steamship Co.. Inc A6 Bay-Houston Towing Co A43 Bayberry-Greai Neck Hotel . 24 Bendone Manufacturing Corporation . 26 Best Combustion Equip. Co A33 Brewer Dry Dock Company A 10 Bunge Corporation A 12 Bushey, Ira S., Sons. Inc A4I California Shipbuilding Dry Dock Co A4 Camp Steel Works. E. 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National Officers Kings Point Fund Board of Governors Blue Grav Club National Legislative Committpo National Cliapter Organization Alunini-Midsliipmcn Council Public Relations The Kings Point Log National Placement Bureau Alumni Faculty Committee The Kings Pointer National Membership Comiiiittcc Honoring our obligation to build a better Kings Point. Al PUMP IT DRY WITH Deck Eductors Bilgemate Eductors Portable Eductors VITA MOTIVATOR CO. Call — (212) — 675-2265 200 WEST 20 STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y. 10011 COMPLIMENTS OF UNIVERSAL TERMINAL STEVEDORING CORP. ONE BROADWAY NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10004 SULLIVAN SECURITY SERVICES, INC. Specialists in MARINE SECURITY Licensed in N. Y. and N, J. 32 BROADWAY NEW YORK, N Y WHitchall 4-1 198 FOR PIONEERING ADVANCES IN MARINE BOILER PROTECTION LOOK TO TIMMONS CHARLES, INC. MARINE WATER TREATMENT CONSULTANTS 1 10 ACADEMY STREET JERSEY CITY. N J LITERATURE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST (201) 332-0597 (N. J.) (212) 267-4947 (N. Y.) 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OL SEAMEN ' S MNK for SAVINGS Chartered 1829 Main Office: 30 V all St., New York, N.Y. 1 0005 • 546 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 1 0036 • Beaver St. of t lew St., New York, N.Y. 10004 • 666 Fifth Ave., bet. 52 and 53 Sis., New York, N.Y. 10019 CABLE ADDRESS: SEASAVE NEW YORK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation A14 In 1962: C-E introduced the V2IVI-8, a new concept in marine boiier design I -- ' ' . •»• ' - To date: V2IVi-8 ' s iiave been ordered for ships totaiing 6,000,000 dwt MARINE DIVISION A 15 NAESS SHIPPING COMPANY, Inc. 1133 Avenue of the Americas New York, N. Y. 10036 NEW GULF ANDES CLASS CARGO LINERS BETWEEN GULF PORTS ANO THE WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA Fast dependable service, regular sailings and expert cargo handling are yours with GULF SOUTH AMERICAN STEAMSHIP CO., INC. AMERICAN FLAG LINE VESSELS Commerce BIdg,. New Orleans, La. tn other cities call Lykes 1 i THE UNITED STATES NAVAL INSTITUTE- A professional society for members of the sea services. Publishers of the U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, a monthly magazine about the navies of the world, the-sea, and the maritime service: the annual Naval Review, a study of current sea power; and some ninety books — classics in navigation, shiphandling, and histories of the sea services. Membership is $6.50 per year. Write the United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland 21402 JOIN NOW! A16 A17 NORFOLK SHIPBUILDING DRYDOCK CORPORATION Foot of West Liberty Street Norfolk, Virginia The sea shapes up for Western Gear. We can ' t list all our contributions to the marine field. Here ' s an abridged version: Our Heavy Machinery Division builds replenishment sea systems; cable laying equipment; sub-rescue systems; anchor windlasses and cargo winches. We have a full line of marine propulsion drives. Drives for large ocean going vessels come from Precision Products Division, while Industrial Products Division ' s drives go into river work boats and fishing boats. ASW equipment and oceanology are the specialties of Advanced Management Division. Concept, design and production — we deliver all three from a single source. Write to: Western Gear Corporate Headquarters, Lynwood, California 90262. c OAMLEN for maximum equipment availability use the products which have been accepted as the standards for the marine trade STOCKS AND SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES IN ALL MAJOR PORTS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD 6j j LEN CHEMICAL COMPANY 321 Victory Ave., So. San Francisco, Calif., Tel. 761-2600 11 Broadway, New York City, Tel. 944-5823 4 iVIidland Avenue, East Paterson, N. J., Tel. 796-5292 Highway 90 West, Interstate 10, Mobile, Ala., Tel. 661-4221 A18 Here and throughout the world you can rely on Shell Marine bunker and lubricants services Shell marine fuels and lubricants are conveniently available and specially made to suit your operation. QHELL has a complete line of marine lubri- cants and fuels. Shell offers a wide range of quality fuels, engine and cylinder lubri- cants, turbine oils, gear lubricants, hydraulic oils, greases and rust preventives. Shell has worldwide experience Shell fueled and lubricated vessels transport products all over the world — from jungle rivers to arctic waters. Shell tackles and solves customeroperatingproblems in every climate. SHELL OIL COMPANY Result: A thorough, practical understanding oi your problems. For free copy of your Port Directory, write: Shell Oil Company, 1 Shell Plaza, Houston, Texas 77002 A19 CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF 1970 The Ship With a Dream That Came True From the officers and men of Mumble ' s Esso Fleet, which operated theS. S. Manhattan on a voyage that opened the Arctic Northwest Passage and a new era of opportunity on the seas. Cssa Humble Oil Refining Company Marine Department .O .r- ' i „ib J-- U ' V V i ' W hats . iMllrnpnp. Al Mall l.rtiblL-tn fjt ' L-d by I uilor M■ vlCl■ lijtivr . - . 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DC. KINGS POINT MARITIME ASSOCIATION, INC. PRESIDENT KINGS POINT, NEW YORK JOSEPH HILL PRESIDENT EMERITUS HO.N ' . HAROLD J. McLAUGHLIN FIRST VICE PRESIDENT EMERITUS R. AD-VI. WILLIAM S. MAXWELL USN (Ret.) FIRST VICE PRESIDENT GEORGE BARANOWSKI SECOND VICE PRESIDENT HOWARD PHILLIPS THIRD VICE PRESIDENT ADAM ERRICO TREASURER NANCY McDonald SECRETARY (Corresponding) MRS. FRANCES ORLASKEY (Recording) MARTIN VIRGILI A nation wide organization founded in 1953 as the Association of Parents and Friends of Kings Point to foster the best interests of the Academy and the Regi- ment of Cadets. In 1959 our Association changed its name to— KINGS POINT MARITIME ASSOCIATION, INC., but continued its dedicated purpose — To foster the best interests of the United States Merchant Marine Academy, and the American Merchant Marine. Member- ship is open to anyone interested in the American merchant marine and its Academy at Kings Point. 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