United States Military Academy West Point - Howitzer Yearbook (West Point, NY)

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ouxu ■fej if- ' W ' M-3 Xl m SI n.g Columbus sot for pon thes« wide- ' read shores. In 1942 o united peoples • and ready to $e ' - ' ■ " ' ' 10 v ' € ' J ' " h - mSM M€!J T ' !EMM art JFliTJS2¥:MMS MM I2V T ' ME AJMTERMCAS.W— I . o ' :? V C 4i SAJjWTV V€M 0 7» CG]%MnAnESATTlWJE j Mi MTAnirACAJDMjjj iES aw ' oun SMSTJEM AMTM MMOAJVMm l irMM FCJS. m O A T E T S % l ■ I M S T It A T I O . iur If ' tidiTs. romnuiniii rs. iiml inslntrlors THf: 4 OKIVS presenting our romfmniry,. iintdiuUing iliiss. and iindir- rlasses h - h jlliilions. ATII i.hTirs our III lorii-s and drfi-ais throuahoni ihf vrar. A4TIVITIKS AMI O T T A SI O . S our monu ' nts of Irisurt- find ifu- hifihiiuhls of ihi- yi 4 LASS IIISTOIIV Iraiinu iff " inir of our firadualhifi r s ihroufih ilr, four yt-urs at ifn- imdiniy. I m ' ■■ " ' • ' ■ ' ' " " " " ' • " l«ilh nn.l ...ura r s ,„„ . „■ llv- ' -.;;f9B| l ap 1 1 iJ HB OltTII KAIKRAIKS thrf:rr„l. ,l,rn,„n,l. an,l ,..v. „l on, ,,rr.r, t ■ ' m ■f- 1 1 4 - :a W fl ' J ;§ l xVH ' r - ' ; . 1 Ujf ' l, V, I ' LJ tgfe p 1 I ' ' I m, ' .y - b3mE ' m -k v: ' ' I I.Lr l HALL Mrwunal l„ Ihr lr „lrn,y (.n.,1 stands C i. ' ' -. i,K i,l,,;,l 1,11 n;,Tirn,i uinl, ajlf, M. - •• t m f EJi ATIIOI.I4 rilAI»l :L !i Yi l!%ASH »l Srrnc of itiiiliT hups, slinirs. rn v. and iitlilrii, rirnls. T (; MN - ii i liiniis tlir iiiK Iriis (if iiiir ifiri ' iiliiiiuil lifi: - v:m- ;a ' S- ' SL maiM i I IK TAT I ox WALK I in I MION W VI K. I„„lnu-. irlnal nj K.. ,lu-.l.a. s,7 .. -, lanr. „ sl„„lr,l ,i„lL -. I„sli„ „„■„„„ irs. IIS II fill III! isiiiir till, nil. m-g A ' m m -. ' ■% . c i ' : ' ■ ' ' r ' ' 9 .,. -f ' -k A fk:0f 1. ' ■ .. o .w a - rX - ' 1 vV vo ' C ,.- SN ' ' P - .t a%-v eV . ' ' ' ' vv v ,o G , e :c ev . v: 1 CO ' ■ . • oN " " - m ICA. KI.IX i i:i.ANO ;i OO i:VKLT|T 4 I ' rvsiilfiil ttf lln ' I niO ' il Sliilvit 0§EVEIT liiit ' f uf Staff A.I oil i.i :.M :ii. L II 0111:111 L. 1: 1 r II 1:1.111:111; 1:11 SniifrinH ' inh ' iil itf tin- Miliiurf .Xftuh ' nin. Itt IO-l» 12 llllllfili " Siipvriiilt ' inlvHl uS ihv Mililiirii .Xvailvmii. lit 12- i:rTi : A. T roi.o i :i. 1 tun nm ml a III ttt 1 ' iiiIvIh. Iff t2- I IL oLOXBi. FiKi :iM :iiirK a. lis vim lorn ma mi ant of iattvttt. lUIO-liU ' J Hear Hoir: !a|tl. I j ' 1 « ' Ii t. Capl. Jul.l...i-k%. Muj. lur... Kcnn. " ' mIi ' j ' . ' w ' riUr ' l " , " laj. I.conanl. Maj. Heardun, Maj. HoMpii, Maj. kiriney. ! ' » Ruw: C liaplain Wallhoiir, Iaj. Keyl.»l(l. I,t. (jol. Srliwarawaelder. Ll. ( l. Hla.k. Ll. C:ol. I ' iirvi«. Ll. ' . t . [ ' ' aniian. C. t . Jones. Iaj. Hraii. Maj. Mafjliii. Mr. Ia .•r. Irani Km,: Col. Carhoiicll. Col. Houlrv.Col. (;o.-l .. Col. K. ' Mioj.j... Col. kiml.all. Col. Ilil.l... I.I. Col. %il lri k. Ll. Col. |{.ll». Sri»ERIIVTE. ' DE3rT ' S STAFF OFFICERS O. ' V DUTY WITH IIETACHMENTS «,,,, «„.,. ( .M.l. l ,-,la. 1.1. I.I,„IU,., 1.1. l,n,ac. . 1,1, HiavH, Ll. Tu.IktI.-. :int R,m: Capl. I ' ra».-r, Maj. CariiH. Capl. SimiiHon, Caiil. C MO. (iapt. hirhunlsoii. :a| l. Kxaii. CaiX. ' l ' lm..lliN . Capl. l-aHolji. : ' « Km,: IaJ. Ilill.». Capl. Wl.ippi.-. Maj. Salli.r. L,j. I Mr„llnl,Mrn. Maj. Crii.Mr.l. L,j. lall.ol. Maj. Lij;ll.i. In.nt l ,.„: Maj. W.ik.rl. Col. r..i.lroi.K. Col. (:ra»- lonl. Col. (;o.-l .. Col. Nm ' . Col. S.l,»,-,ik. Maj. lax lor. Mai. it.nno. i K9 ArAIIE IIC KOAH I i si.l.T ti.-w sulii.rls [i »■■• ir ih.N nil a il.tiriilc ticr.l in an ..lllc-i ' s .■.ln ali..ti an.l rv-. arinn.- old ni.i. l Ix.lli a l(. coriLril ami inarnicr ul pnxtllalii.n. I. ax in;: iiolhinf: lor .liancc l l.a irif: ih.-lr ,l.-(i i..tis on urlj.roMn.lcil la.l . Il i lhl l.oani Incli d.ci.lrs jnsl lio« nianv lionrs :,liall I..- allolh-,1 to a.li snlijci-l an l ill.- nlall .- u.i;;lil ca.li -hall rarrv . n .xaniiil. ' of Ih.lr uork llial ur all n nicr.ilMr «a lii.- s ' liHinn of (Ik- Slnn;;lli i Mal.-rlaU .onrx- IV In l lo Sr.-on.i Cla . v.ar. lorv llian an oiImt -roM|.. llir V.a.l.mic lioanl i ns|H.nsil.lr lor Ihr Infill a.a.l.rni.- pr.-Mi;:.- uln.li W .-1 I ' olnl .iijoN, in rolL-ialr .irrj.-s. iIm Iii I :I;| " (nil l.iiiiiii.rrl.i;:. Mllll;..■ Wnt nurviu . .mhI Milil.Mv lli.l.irv. Dunn- llir l;ill l.-riii and |.. rl nl ihr priii- (■■.rn III.- all.n.lan.r all.rn.il.-. l»lu,-,„ ( in II I ;..M,„,-.iiii an. I Miiilarv Jli-lorv, ll,.- ra.lrl havn,;; |Im„ a, ,,Mn-,,l a M,(l,ri,„l l.a.k;:n.Mn,l n, ll,.- ll,r.„N ,,1 -In.rhnr-. In- .-..nr-.,- u, Mililarv Ih-lnrs „ n.,,lar,-,l l, |,|,la.v l„M„„.,.nn ; »ln,l, a,la|-N «l al u- lia- Irarnrd h, l,i. ovm, .,,r(ili ' u,r,{ a- an oflirrr. Dnr In llir availai.M.ls ..I il- niMi .m I.., -,. lln- .h arl rn.nl lia- Im-,„ .iv.n rl.ai-.- ul iIm- .■..n.-r in Miiilarx lli-h-.N. ihr ..nU ..„. ..| ,1- knnl ill Ihr I nllr.l Slal. . It ;:iv,.s an in i;;lll iiilo l.al.-N an. I lnf:li,r la. ' li. ' - lln ' . n;:li •.hi.ll.s ..| ..nNlaii.lin ' l.alllr- an. I . ' ani|.ai n l sIh.um.;.- III. ' ini-a|.|.li.ali.,n- ..I ll..- I ' l in. i|,l, ,.| War a- u.ll a- llic n ' i ' »rMl a|i|ilirali.in I li. ' ii-ol. B. Y judicious selection, this (Irparltnrnl eiiipts to hriiif: to lis a certain familiarity with those |«nli( rl the great bo,l% of la« Nshi.ii l.c of th.- -reatesi xalue lo us our professional and |pi ' isoiial iixcs. Siili-coiirses in i;iciiienlar w. Criminal l.a . I ' a i.lence. and Constitutional Law are f;i en order (o ;i e us a fouridaliori and a background for llie slud of ilitar Law. ' I ' lii last .-ourse Is designed lo fainiliari e us uilli I- proee.lure .f tli. Courl-Marl ial. 1! (.oinlin- out l.asi. ' inciples and showing us how to ap[)l lliem. it trains us to |)iek t the particular points of law iiivoKcd in a case and from these reason out a course of aclii ii. The Latin terms ma escape us It their full import is hroughl home lo us er iia through e discussion of actual cases. So a |«)lenlial " drN " subject is led with interest while equi|)ping us with one more tool for the ccessful performance of the duties of an officer. s, Ikis isoneotti ■ OINDKI) in DMT as ihr l),|.arl.m-.,l ,.C Vrlill.rx. llii ' - cl ' |iarliil ' lll lias ( |)atlili ' il and rlian ril its ((luivo as tlir . ' all •ln :n ' x. Il is of inln.-sl K. ,u,[r ihal u•„ I oil Siiinhi as (ind u|ion. |{.-aun ' ;anl |int inlc. |.ia lii-.- I In- know l.-.lj;r nj ,„ him Us Major n.lrrson. uli, lia.i inslru.l. ' ,! Iiiin an l llo al Ihal lini. ' uas oninian.hn : olh.-.T ol l u- fori. .. lan h hi v . lh - coiirsi ' has h iir main siihih isioiis: ihc IniKiil- of iii.laMin v . shop sork. Ihcori.s of , lesion an. I |M ' rf..rman.-.- ol aiilomoliM- chi lfs. and ( rdnani r and ( iinnrr ((ro|)cr. Vnolhcr concrn- iralrd roiirs.- on ih.- Ir.lmiial sid.-. il adds -r.all iir rNrr- " ro iiif. ' knowlcdj; ' of lli,- " ulixs " " and " w h ridor.- " s. " Ihr iiinvr workinfts. DEPARTMEiXT OF OKDNAXrE AXD GU:VI¥ERY l ,„r l n„: l.i.ui. Iorl..n«..i l.i.ui. (;i,i. |,i,.„l. Suifl. inl Knn: l.i.ui. K.i.l. l.i.Mil (;..r.l..... l.i.ui. .Nix.Mi. Li.-ul W alkrr. I.i.-ul. M.C :. ' ;» Koiv: Capl. Zachcrl. ' l.i.Mil. KaHKaii. (lapl. Davi.l ...ii.Ciii.i.Slark.Maj. Dan!.- I.ij. I nanl. Ir„n, l „„: Maj. K|.|HrK I.I. :..!. Crawford, ( : il. Ca ' i l..m.ll. C.l. K.VI1..I.IS, Col. Nv. I.I. Col. ' (;r - -nwell. M ' aj. .Nio«». i nif m fTiiiii Hitir Ron-: Cant. Hines, Can Hunter. Capt. Otto. C • iedel. I ' i, K,m: Capt. HoKleriuss. Capt. I.anf. Capt. Turner. Capt. Jnlnifon, Capt. Train. W ilson. Irnnl Row: Capt. C..M a . i laj. Bonner. Mai. Ilulni.r. 1 II. Maj. K„v- ' ■ . Capt. Carl ilion, ' ■ ' ' ' cbel M ' •■ ?■ «• " " ■VCaZ DKPAIITMK. ' VT OF Ei i li,„, H,.„: Ca.l.l- Wil.lrr. M ll. l.rll. Ilollrl.n.lll. ' W illi.im-. :W t Koiv: (;a| l. Slunli-v, Capl. riii.-lni, Capl. Clark, (apt. Slrarns. Capl. W eslrr- :. ' ,„ How: Maj. Trent. Cai.l. (MiiiU ' v. (!a|il..S|iarri ». (;; Siiiiili. !a|it. Kinkenaiir Maj. Ilimlrr. In.nl H.m: Maj. (;ia8p.m. M.ij. Kan.-. Maj. Moore, fiol. Wli.Ml. Maj. IVrmaii. Maj. Sl,,rkr. Maj. WMiiaii. r un ; ' »»r!f DEPARTiMEXT OF DR. F, jrcpar •on )K 1«(. fars tliis .lr|,ailmrnl lal.on.l ,x,r us an.l rt ' il IIS lor anxlliini. ' from siir i ' iiij: to |mlliiig a a our work al the mniaiid. " I ' lil a sa our work. " I ' oi Iwo stars wi- iliasc.l llii- .lusisr our. drew .ST inillimclt ' i gutis. ami wn-ckt ' d our f c-iglit in an cri ' orl lilaiu slcn-Oiiropic vision. Durint; tin- siiriii , ' ol [ilcln ' -ar wr ui ' rr i fn a coiirsr in siir ( ' ini:. (Ma sroom work in llic llicorv of urM- iiii; s followed l) [(radical work oul of doors duririi; which more llian one ransit wa focused on more than a distant stadia rod. ( ilimhinj; u| im- neaMireaJile hills and down |,reei|.ilou:- clillV. wc l.arn.-.l ill. ' true m.anin- ..niour- an.l ih.ir salue lo ih. ' s.ildier. Fall ol carlin- .ar we mo .-d !h to,, of W a hiri .r|on Hall an.l tli. ' I. ng .liinl. Idl.-.l llial |m i in om- - Ii-fl a.anl li ihi- |ia»inf: .jI |iI.1m ' g m. lor a ear w.- w.re i-xihoi ' iI vari.iiis siz. ' .l .|.i-i it( il. .ri|(li .■ f:eomi ' tr . machin.- .Irawiiif;. archi- tnral .Jrawinjr. an.l l.hi. ' i-rinlin-. lall ..t M.-on.i .lass N. ar w.- Iini h.-.! •adinj:. a.Tial |.h -rapl... an.l ..lli.r ma|. -uh-lilul. -. lli.- work .d lln leparliiienl wa.- .■s| eeiall a| |)reciale.l in thai il -ax.- u -oin. ' |ira li.al ork at a lime when academicalls w.- w.re li.igj:.-.l ilown in lli.orx. Il llowe.l u to w.irk with . ur hail. I- whil. ' our iniml- roam..! lli. ' unix.rs.-. limiBimm «,„r Hn„: CaiX. Dav Capl. Ili...-s. Ca,.!. II shorn. I ' fK Woii.Capl. Dairy. C Sclimick, Capl. Tri|i|«, llarkrit. l-ronl Kou: Capl. Kron, ■ elister. Col. Counts, K. (;. Dalv. Maj. ChalTn o, I l (iisl Nctiliirc frimi llic ir;iliii nf |iiir ' matliniial ' is ia|.i.l l»il siar.lii.if; sur . »( main ..I ill. ' Milijirl-. ulii.li «.n- lal.-r stn.li.-.l in il.-lail. hm lirn.s -luring , ■...„! .las- vrar s.- nlurnr.l ur 1 k an. I I |.-sh. ' .ls Irorii lliis ...uo.- I.i ■.■ Ii.iu ill.- .l.laiU ..f .itii.- |.ar- li.iilar Milij. ' .l lill. ' .l l.ifr.-lli.T. l..sl .a.l. ' ls lun. ' a .-.ilain air. ' .li.m l-.r this ,l.-|,artiii.iil sill.-.- it ua ill.- Iii- l a.a.l.-nii.- .l.-|.ailm.-iit 1.. " r.-.-..;:iii .- " us. Il Nas 111.- liisl |. inlnxlu.-i- iis I.. lli..s.- I«.. W .-si I ' .iiiil in-liliili..iis. 111.- lalmral..i- |M-ri ..l aii.l ill.- pn-liminai-N r.-|M.i-|. I |,.mi lli.- .-..nii.i.-l i..n .,|- Ihis ...urs.- 111.- I.mn.lali-.ii aii.l l,a.-k-r..iin.l |.has,- .,! .mr -..-i.-nlil,.- u.-rk lia.l l..-.-n .-..ni|.l.-l.-.l an. I .- N.-n- na.lv Lir lli.- ni....- lli..r....-li an.l ni..n- .l.lail.-.l »..rk l.. -i.in.-. I r„r H.,„: ( .a|.l. Harris. Capt. Str .iiil.,-r». C.apl. Kic-hanls(in. C:a| t. King. iril Rolf: C.aitl. Landriim. ( apl. Wriglil. Maj. Viltn.p. I .,|.l. Messinger. Capl. I ' olk. Jifl Row: Maj. All(lr.■w -. Maj. t: me. Nfaj. Kni.ks. tU- l..j.Tarraiil.. Iaj.NIaer liaii. • -.a; ' ' ' J- I ' ralluT. l ' .a| t.i:i)i liilgi-. I mill Row: Caiil. Rpsla. Maj. ..ll.er. Mai. Ilarni.mv. Maj. II..I1IHM1. I,t. C.l. IrNlng. % Maj. Nisi. Maj. llariK-r. f Ma . I)avi,ls..„. ' M.n,,r i-l. 1 1 ll..,,„.i,. M. aril (.1 ;in ln-lr il,|.;ul nl. tlii. M " • in I .S. l. . Th, ' ,--..„lK.I n.l. I u|MMi tin. clr,.arlin. ' iil LilU alniosl liilnriii ' Ml. I roin our lir-.| iia ol ' ■ KOI! Mil. Ihr in.wl " • " ■ ' " " M " ' - " - ' I ' " " ' " " 11 " ' " ' 1 ' " (.rW.-l l ' ,,i„l I- I,, |,r,..ln.r-,,|,l„ III, ' rnllrr Ihm ' I( ' ii ..I iiir.-tin- I li.a-l lianack- iiiilll m- lorm Icr ( ira.hial Ion u,- an- coii-laiil l uii.l.-t Ih.ir --ii|Mr l-.ioii. a- our lumir on ill.- .l.-lni,|n.-nr ,-,-|,orl- oll.-n l.n.u ' llu lo onr alli-nlion. H(- -an-.- ol our nilimah- (..rilail uilli llii- cl.-|iarl rn.-iltJ ll„-la,--ar,- ill.- nu. l ...lorlul ..Ili.-.-r- i.i I li.- ,-v .- ..! .-a.l.-l-. .1..,-. ll„- Hook. ,lak.-. S|M,okv. ami ill.- r.- l uill 1..- r.-m.-Mili.-r.-.l I. mi- all.-r u.- h.iv,- lor. U -n al ir aca.l.nii.- iii-l rii.lor-. Iiirln.lr,! ,n llii- ,l.-|,.irl iiirnl i lli.il li,:;l„-,| ,,l .a.l.-l inlninal.. ill.- |!allali..n H.Mr.i. .Mir |M-r ..ii.il ii.Miinial i.Mi lor 111.- Im-,| uas n -|..-n.l a riini-.lav .iri.-rn...Mi, ll,-a,l.-.l l.v ihf ( ..iniiian.l.inl ol (;a.li-l-. llii- .l.-|.arl in.-iil i- r.- |..Mi-ilil.- lor iiiii.-|i m. n ' ill. Ill ill. ' iii.r.- .i.linini-lr.ili.Mi ol |Mini linii ' iil : il i lliis .l.-| arl nnnl ulii.li iS uar 1p. One — Ti(y — Slrvlrh. l irior. ■ ir -i-s rr(]iiiiiHL ' |)h iial lariiina. llii |(lia i ' ol Irairiiiif: carinul hi- i M-i lri »(il. si ri ' n lions cdiiim ' in ' mna lii lacli man inii l |ia» (|nalir in li l- cm tin- jiarall :.ars. Iii :li l.ar. rin•: . i.l ' h..i- -. lon ' h »- ,-. aiul r..|H ' .Ijinl,. In adcllliuii to iin lir veil «ork in s iiniiiiii;. ' . Iioxiiij;. wri ' sllinj;. Iriicin . and liack larli silli i| ov rir- ol l t:-. Kmii iiiorc iinporlaiil ihaii Imildin;; m| iIm- (■ad l ' |(li i(al londilii llu- inaniHT in wliiili llii «oik develops his eoordinalion ol iniiid and lmil . T in» ' eek exlii bilious sIio n liow uell this organizalion li e- iqi lo ii- niol lo (d " l e jjiiiaii an alldele in spite oi liiinsell. " -M Kror Row: Mr. Ilara. 2n,l How: Mr. Malone. Can Kin;:. Mr. nimond. M Maher. Fnmt Ron: Mr. Api.lel.ii Mr. Jenkins. Maj. Harnionx n it) I ml. mil Mr. Caxanau-li. Capl. Me. signer. eparlD.e» tkHook 1 4 1 Mt W, 1 A Jf ' ,1111111.11! ' ' 1 " Tl eO il " ! W „riffl«« i ■ A m M 1 ■i te ( , « . •■«« II 1 ' I ' ' ri k ' mi m r — i: roitPfii famous boHlefield of El Pal r Bolivar had won liberty for Boli l that would pre ured pos of the Escola Militc ■Hi OLOMBIA ... At its inception, the Escuela Militar was oi with the help of German Officers. Later, in the spirit of unity of the »he United States was given the privi- HE I.O « Oil AY LINK ?•£»• : m JM3 Y - « W l,l 1UI:KI (; .|ui.tl ahov.- ll.,- -avrlx oltlu- i ll.Tsan.l iind.T tlu- xat.liltil iiH7.r of llir T. I).. r " " " (! Hankers liavr fouiul lilV a s« ' ri«-s of ups an l tlowiis. Belii ' vers in hard work and hard plav. wv have frr |U) nll rnn afoni (he jrood frrarrs of the ' P. D. iherehy iloiialiiii; our harr to ihr area liird . W r i laini no lhi or (hat in | ar(irnlar. hnt oarh of !is f« ' «-ls ihal lo Tlhcr « • havr » ' n « ' nd« ' rcd a soMdarilx hi-lwciMi classi-s. From walcr-hafi frivolil lo |uill-shc( l sfriouMifss. from shi r oids to -onM-i -n(ioiis plodders, from iht hctrsox sol lo rrd- rornrorliT arcs oull lind ' " " ' ( !o |iromll) arr in on il ln-rilajrr. 11 Mnjoi }. I). Conk ll Cailel Cnplii COMPANY •n ri ir y? • 1 I |{ l{ WKS ;in " lill ' l uilli ii;- ;iriiMl a n-prrsrnlation of tin- military sprcirs as niii «(.iil l iiiiil ill aii (»r . ' ani .ati«»n. We an- proud of our Iiiistlin;; nioboiiers vlio keep ahea«l of III. .Iail liiilleliii and »lio are always dad lo lend us their shoe paste and noxon. We are •iral liii r »r our ;:eiierous hare of those aniiahle lads who muddle throufih with rraeked visors and who never seem to know the time of the next formation. Our intranuiral teams are often the best ui ' n.v.r ilic wor l: our lu;: ' ioi«ls are the finest in the (lorps. In short, a fairer com- I.inilrn.ml Cnlmwl {. W . COM !• A X Y UlL ffW, Wi K ol " ( " ( A ..I ih li.iN. ' Ih ' I.m ' .I I. J. nil. i. l lirst we had lo get llie I ' eel of lliiiifis. hut now we plod merrily on our wa . seofliiifi a( lii ' contention thai there has to he a eertain amount of frietion for any eomj an to rljik. I m- |i|i iiii: ,1 li.iiliti loiK h nil the |iiill and emphasis on the spirit, listening i ' ■ (Ills " wortii. and eating everyone ' s h H:)dle — we boast cooperation among ehi x-. incmi- m . irv nook, and a respect for one another that we hope to earr witli iis into the Army. Kespeci and diseiphne gained hv mutual understanding, friendliness and liap|iiness gained li r..iiiiii. ii undertakings that ' s " i. " ( ' .onipan . I |{nM Mirliif to l- ' lirlatioii. Iroiii llii- first sndoii to lli - last, iroin lli - Mootl (o till- liiitl Houril i-vrr prcsiMil and I ' vrr at the cnitrr ofactivilN you will find " D " (!oiii| aii ri ' inarkahlr lor il unil . its drive and lor its illiii rti4 ' HS l lati ;li. No prodigios, ' " Spook ' men " can s| riid hours |)riiii|)ini; for paradt- ml to pasN in n-vicw berfft of any guidon. " " H(piad nirn and iiitranniral -liani|Moiis in ipiantil . nian goats and hkiicly ( ngin « rs. slipper; snak -s anil inrari-fratrd luartvrs tlirrt full classo and a rarcfiillv nurlun ' d I ' lrht auxiliar; hvaring up tog«-lli»r from tin- ' rwolftli to tin- Sistrrnlh Divisions in Central Area. Ml tlu-sc ar. (ionipanv . .. " ; N.I. I ..„K. C t l !• A X Y LAWKK.NCi: AK.LSILS AUANiS, JU. Concord, North Carolina Congressional (;i; iKi;i: k. ai.i.in. jk. Fort Sill, Oklahoma Congressional .|(»ll Ml NIJol M)I USON W 1 1 ( I. IN. 1 - . Ill -I n- r„«i; vsv ;„„»; llr " . . lire yens, lint oiur " Lomn " " IkkI l,aiii ii|i. it -I.DNNY " isall.l.Mr ailirij;a lii lii l M li..Ti | I ' Im ' n.alli lankiii- in.li.al.-.-. ' " ' ' " " i (2) Giftrd with an engaging grin and a line mii-c nl Inniioi lliis ' " ' J ' ar- ■r found it .-asv to make and hold (iw u .. llr ha. ,Ahil.ited a high sens.- of inililarx dul . and ll welds a man to the eadet corps. od ol.l " a Many nj ihr rh.ss .,( ■;_ ' iK.se (;,-...-.■ to thank for th.-ii dualirif. ' . ITc a. a nio-l illiIl ami ahli- teacher. lwav.s ready to take the lead in ai ilread deinonstrate( (;. R. " U iM.rse play, George has 5 ,,, (,) lci .hi|i. His cadet hops were few and f ' .olj {I) i iimerals (ii hoo. (;,■(.! -r .at.rcd to " the gang. " He becomes a Academic Coach (3-i . I . F s .lMi! Clllh I futi man- liaschall it -3-2.1) Fnntlmll ( ) keen ,SllMr (n- Scluml Tr, (3-2-1) ,7, r at a Siimlay Sclmnl liljiilanl (1) hidy c£n i u) U est Point a hearty loser of sports, and wiiili- here he h Kpleiits of time to enjoy them. He was never in Ciirporal {2) •arlemi m or tacticall . and each season brought some Limienaui ( ) aeti itv li his liking. I ' or two years he played the part of Iter, hut e(»tt ear hi attitude changed from indifferen concern. W helher on the athletic field, with a poop-sheet, or bridge table, his efficiency and thoroughness distinguished him. r iiitniy iinild be recognized h a rudd eomple ion whiel suggested a love of cooling beverages, by a slight Iwili ' shoulder landed utidoiditedly by an ovi-r-indnlgenee in tl manly game of polo, and iastiv b that friendly, amusing squint of the eyes. This famous representative of the horsey sqnarl constant flirted with the r.l). perhaps once too ofl.-n hiil hi- belief equality of the upper classes left for him a v ell of friends In jj which he niav alv av draw. he -TOMMV " 1,.. f ' olo (t-3-2-1) nnwr,ih(t of „„„..m», (. li,„„- (•• ( ' ' H Is l Clllh |„ llumlhall Clllh I ' i-lnl Uiirk m JOHN W |{ ll (.lt»N MWOOl) |{( Willi VM HM.l.AKD I. W MiMiM. -n(il )riiil |((M.I.K Mill iniJMS (illlNM I I . 1 N .;,„ , .; Wll S H(»n l 11 K I IKM OMII.S II I 111. . li--..i HI (iiiiiinsMoniil John ' s lif.- (II II vsl l ' „inl ha- li.-.n u.a|.|»-,l n,, jn llirCa.Irl JOHN {:iia|M-l orfiaii an.l olli.r niii-ical .xino-iun. n,l .i li,- l,a lak.-n ' . " r .»r« (l ' ) l.ifiilriiiinl (1) i„. i„ .Ih- m,,,...,- I,ra,k. . In. ra.,kit . in (I,- lall.r Imm,, ,,rm. ,|,alK ' ' " : " ' ' •.■ ' ; , ,., , ( hiiiirr. (.(iilrl (. i« «7 { « ,• „(ra(.i.l ' . ) assij:n - l j..li an.l l. lii imxilaliK ncal a|.|Maiaii.r. Ilciv ' s an Hiix irsv H.i,i ,.r( ) Sliniluv Srhnul Iniihii (.M ' - ) •i-.s(.. hirl.s ofliriT an He [lossesses a tlioroiiglincss an effici. ' nt. dt-p.-ndalilt- oflRi w ' i I.I 1 i.() ii.vci i{ I i;k Nimmi.K. iK ,iMv (.iiimrcssional CHARLES ANDKKW HK M COM). .||{. Oklahoma ( itv. Oki midmv Connrrssiimal KOIMIM ' MOKKIS lU.MK I oil I litv , 1 I . W Mini N. W r. nli ,„„l Cum O.JR. l yl,v is ihr man I ' n-.l.Ti.k llic ChmI ,lnMt.i,-,l ;i1m.uI I " his IVussian (;u;inl . j:.M..l-fialmv.l. u(ll-|.iu|M..li..ii.-,l (.-(,. U. was tlu- hi- l..n oCV: ;..i,l 111.- ..idu.-KU.- ..I tl,r .mmIs. 11,- „m,I hi t ' XCfss vil iMiiii H-l on 1 „• hark ,,, ad and hi, W.-II i.oi •,l.,,uirk u„ ll r uptak.-. 1 ,■■ a Ik ,,|,V nn and plax 1 i . .,l r lliiri . l,-l,. lu .Irlll in learn: j:i ■ him a |Mirl i- al aii.l (;al ri.l har Ihr.l M, •l . .isul.li. Ihi,l.i,n I 1 wal .leal oC kn..«lr,|uv uilh a small amonnl uC • lUCKUP " iMH)|i-shci ' ls. " he n i- let a,a l. ' mi( stand in llic a ol ' his ,. , ,.,, t ' ( . iri ortil (2) ■(:o mu■■ ill- " " rini.-. " Thoiiuh In- «as ah a s ;. ' i ing lo slajjc a l.iniiimini (I I U slot Mnrks, " hilck-iiiiJ 111- could slill he found lalkinj; lo liic Plebes during I ' ishinjiCluli . V lalU-r. ' d r.d ottidorlrr [.rosfs ihal hr Iom.] u. li.ld Arlilicrv or ( . I. PMn ' yPT ' -■ -• Inid lis 111- ua- going to wear stars. Mow- ii s( ' -i!n(-il moi-f inlrn--tin;; than (acts — men- interesting h ahoiii filt tili- IL ' hal sami- i-ar In- told us women were anno - ing. i-arling ,-umnier changed this and brought him a |i(-rman(-nl aiuioN aiirc. ThiTi- will he other ehanges. too. hut i ' l-ti- will ne -r- lose hi. lo e lor sl.-e|. or his desire to have the rm lun.tioning as he know- it shouhl. Chtirirr iiiciiihrr of the " l iiriiliaik ' s (luh " this addict of boodle, taeties. hop., and Hawaii has fought the good fight with -Mlk the Aeademie Board on er a period o f -e cn c-ar . I. ike hi. h. Old Guar.l he has gone .low n hut ii.-n .-r -iirr.n of duty and un.ler.tan.ling of ih.- S.r i..- will lak.- him a l. iig w.... in„iiz,-r{ ' .l) save in a math writ, it w..ul.l h.- Iiar.l I., lin.l a m..r.- .l.-p.-n.lahl • l r,,arim,-ms l:,liu.r il calmer fell.,w wh.-n lli.- . ' ..in- i. r..u-h. rr-rnnl I ) Ih-htitinfi Siifii ' tv H.ih ' .-..n.-.-pl U-.f-i ' -l) y Cliihd) «l (fultl " " JACK LKSTKH b(K,L (:il S V N DKRSON, Texas Qmgressionnl II { { IK kl.lN BOONt; l!mMN. Tf.nnksskk Arin (11 l l,i;S Kll.l.t UOIMIII. |Vkr l I ' oiril. ii ' air ililairr " l.n.iif. ' lil U„ ,• l. •HOCI ' . ■ ,;{. ,[,■ „;■ lail. ' .l an.l ra% ' uax l . u- aiiil.i- r,arl.(: .l) |(. i: I oiil a airi. r r liiiri in;;. U ' r lirxl- lime l.ir ll„„„r :„mmill -r(l) ,,1,,,,;: .N.n a.a.l.„,..s. Il. s N.-r.aUl.-: a.n ;:a, ..- nuu ..arnr ,,v ,M„ , ||,,- plaNs l..x.- l.a.rl.all. iv.l rn,u(n, ,y. .uM lu.l-.- M.iula. ' .. an.l Vs „ „„,„ ,„„„., llVxas xsomi ' ii. ;:.H cl ;.Mi ' . ' I orilv Ii.i|m- rn rial uilr i as ;;.Tiuiiir land ras Ih as H.,-. ' -4 P. II r.l I ' ninl unrkrd tnaiiv ,l,an;. ' rs in ..I " Dan Moon.-. Ilr -d - Ui uomaii lialir an, I Ufl a .-iiak.-. I ' uur xrars uf loj ical Corporal (2) n- ..nl .onNin.-.a lii.n itiat nalur.-s onK ill..-i,al nvalion Licu-nanl {D (: i,lrlClioir{l.:i-2-I) r.-lnal.-. Had riu tn.ul)!.- «i(li nialli ..r cli.ni llial cuiil.l I..- l inf:C,m„miirv(2.l) r(asunril,ji il. ls he luul no Iroulilr making: iVirnds: llic r ' a l ( :„mmiiirr (:i-J-l) - as iTWnlnHlu.lM.n. the man In.ns.ll. ll„- l.irnin,- .-l.-nirnl. !r ' " ;; ' ' " , ' ' I ' ' lloiulliiill (hill ( ) SXX ' ' niarriajj is iiW Tin- him hut his l |ic has won ihc cup ln ' torc. I ' isinl Sliiiriislmtiirr Cor iortil (2) Sergpiint ( ) n IwiMt isI Cliarlir. h. " ha- ( oni|.l.in.-nl.Ml a Ion-: hst of Lacrosse{l) , . V I n 1 1 ,111 till (Mtllnlir Chtlllr! Ch. a roiii]ilishnion f uilh an I ' ljuallx lorn; h.t ot hicmlslii| s. n,l hail ( ..j.i ' . i hv his loM- of l. ' isi.ri-. Ihosr Catholii l.lmiirl Siimi SrhonI Ti-mhrr (2) acoonifiiishmrnl-- would ha c hi-t-n luilhrr mulli|ilii ' il. W lirn not lr„tM,-(l) hrt-akiiiLT -|) " - -d nionis ,- is hivakinfr hrarls as wr lia c noiin-d ii,,i,ii:rr {l-:i-2-n uilh gn-t-n cm-s lor tin- last h ur .-ars. l ' osili r in his liki ' s and .lis- W in« vr ( ) lik. ' s x.-t nrv.T unkind, nou i-ilhi-r likrd him or ivsihtI.-.I him. r. ' -liinflClnh Jim ramr In If ,sl I ' mnl an.l l.ll it .-orn in.v.l .d I h- ■iipfrioritv .d l.laho |Milal.H . II.- ha . ' .l lli.- Vca.l.-mi.- I), pari in. ii I lor four long xcars hut ii.- .-r .)rrif.l ahoiil llirir liirinng him out Vn inlraniiiral -tar an.l a har.l-uorking ( orps Squad man in ollin I ' -asons he still louml lim.- t. .l. .lop into quite a ladies ' man ' ,»uiel. unas-nndiiL ' . an.l lik.ahl.-. .lim pn. .-.l hi- kna.k .d .omin- I through in the .lin.h.s. S,riii;ml (1) Ihi.xin ( ) ,imerah(n Chr Chill (l:i) (:iirssCliih(i-:i) . Cifl Ri ' prrsi ' iUoliir 2-l) lM,ross, ' {2.n Fishiiifi Chill ( ) (Uml l-ooiliall Tram J - ' .; KICII MdJ rAlKICIv iiKlCK. JK. RrcHMOM). ViR(;iMA Congressional I I.I. i: IIR CAGE .KM. Missoiiu Consrpssinnal i;iM I II i n (Mil I III US. ii; I (11 Kl M I II CM l{li()NM, l Ilii.iiiM , N. Ni ' I nuK ( nnun ' si.mnl I ir inid iintllcniun. sdIi -s|M lM-n. i-;is -L ' oiii ' . illl iii t " DlCk « harsh «onl or a m.aii llM.uf;lil. ;ir..l .l ullli a l.ac IIm-m and strai " :!!! as an always what lli.n- tiiriu ' l i iit in (!hirni tr ihitf wa hlllc duiilil In unr inind- hewoul.l |.as . I hal " . ih.- uav wc- l.rl alM.ul Uri.v. No inall.-r haj.|M-nsh.-|laKw.v lM..n m,,. Is , ! p,,nl sun „j Missouri. I..-. ' lak.-s into llir rni uilli in mill tint -liililx.i nn(- ihal uoiilil make (;ranl look l his I.KK ldin n . l a -I.ii in an ..iir s|„,rl. hr i hi ' ll.T ihan a .-iaj:c in all r.W ..,™ (: ' ( Srriiranid) ' " lni mj; larhnj; siiminiT caiiiii ho missed but two hops „„ ( j.-j) ,nl,l k.vf, hi.n aua . His love of niusi. and " - ' -.W C ) (■ niannrr make liiiii the ideal rounimali-. I ' isi„l Shariisli ill- :- ' i " " -nj) l.irlllrniltll ( ; I lis ihal- Di.k. I ii..hlni-l .l . he kiiiw lli,n,l,r,lil, Mfihl lin„ oh,, don., an. lo ,.. Mi..n 1... « " ' - ' • " . KKV slart? with his t.. ns..icnti. nsiifss. hii iiin. - in anything not aoadcnii..) ' ■,.,-,■ ,.!ua ■. lalliesupthesani.— a 100 ' , ' ri ' !Znl!ull •I. From his sell-sponsored boodle fights I ' l.h.. InuhmiicCm lr,„,n i(l-:i- ear [ his ti| -lo-llir.iiiinnte B. S. sessions as an envoy from ill.- i„i, imnral y ■n.iiif. ' laid... Larry ' s .■ ..r) a. lion was inadvertently pointed lo iisiun ilul, I.. a..c. m|ilishmi.nl .)t . n.. lask llii. gaining of friends. Here ' s ' ' ' s .. Mmhs, man «li.. will ri.l.- lli. ' .aiss.-ns «ilh ll... h.sl ..f Vm! Dm ' s nwlv nil cosl him al lim.. .li I..1m. I )( )C I off tenfold in frien.ls dnrinj; the remainder of his stay . lie had Svi«raiii I.arr„s.ir(t-3-2.l) „mrrnls(l) Mnnouiw,, CI) Major " rc. ' .l) -lll.k allilU.I. ' . 1) ' »- llll(hl Sillniil ' I ' rudir |hag a senM. . r diilv uhiih uill caii . ' him lo iiiilorni u.ll an lask CnliolirClmir (1) , . , , I ' islnl Exiwrl ■ assigned 1.) him. two great interests, playing lacrosse and growing hair. Vl ihe lo he was very successful— played varsity goalie l. r lw. years: a latter, " Quiim snhr? " Beneath his hap 1.1 CM s 1)1 |{|(;n(» clay i.i M ni . Niui.iMx ( ' oimrcssiotial k I I ' riiiii till- I ' ll- 1 I ' rank l. .wl I s a .raslnn- ■•s..un,l ..rf IK NK ,ml 111. ' «.ll ■ " - ' • 1 hunior u In. ' li hr lias cariicil lliiuiif;li lour llnxi„tt(i-:{.i .h .ars. I ' rank [lorl-i iaii lii| ai ,1 all.,,, 1 ililiriiiiiialii«n -raxc liiiii a -Iriii;; ..1 iiilrr.olli- ialr (.„,,IIU, (I) Tmrli (1-3-2.1) |„. ,a|.lain.N » ll,.- lii inji h-. Ill and l..,„lH,n(i.3.2, u.Mlak lilll.- ni„-l 1 vitli III. ' T.I), k. |il him Irom h.-in- a hi-h lii,(,r " A " {3-2-1) iimemls ( ) aiikt-r. I iit il .uiiMir k.-.-,. him Iiuiii la i.fihinj:. 111.- hraiich ImkN Mnnogram (3-2) ' .s .. Murksmmi i.ou ' li t.. -.-t 111.- ••I.luml l.nmh.r " «ill hr ■. ' .lliii .m s. ' ijlr, n l„lsr siarl in 1 ):?T. vn i; llin.ii di ihr in-uurk. Il.m.x.r. h.■n thr . Ill- worknl liiniM ' ll into conv iilsioiis h)!.- i r iho-c lr ni( ' iU scuflliiigs thai , r.-a(l lor a hall game or a round of iii|il( ' te lack of affectation that : oo|i sheets long after gradua- H ilh thMnj frnnl iiiKililiis c l :-iu(.ril and lenipered eager- -v ivvi - a uril as ij - allnhule ol (iiiiilv seriousness and sparkling Corporal (2) iimi. eaMlv ' l ki.Ned tli onr Iriic goal— the admiration and Captain (I) Choir ( 1-3) -p.Tl ,( a lai al iiian fi iinds. 1 1 is en I husiasm for the moment at Ba.selmll (t) ami ,n Ml, tii- v.-ar- al lli.- .adrmv nleasant and interesting. His {f ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " Boxing (3) Tiirali- iiise of riglil and uroiif; uill lead to a flawless career in Succer(2-I) le rm . To know innie i lo kiiou an cxcelli-nt officer and a Irne I ' lillemarii I-nm, a,lr,i,lr,llv.,arr,l-h „lanfil M,e he developeii ihrougli lie normal stage- into an efficient first classman — con.scientious, CUVRIIE ' iit-S|Miken. hard-«orking. a firm believer in himself. Academies Corporal (2) ' ere tro.il.lesome al lime. .ml iHraiisc h. ' .li-liked to lak.- lli.in I.i,-u,rna,„ il) Fonllmll ( I ) i-riously. His fa orile |iasliims Nerr dancing, lillicr «illi or with- Kijlr(l) " lit partner, and shaking tin- rotmdalioiis of old ceiilral harracks ith his conslanl sin |grey line. a distinct cn-dit to the Irtng JACOB |{ i;k coopi .KIlollSK PiiiL DEr.i ' Hi . I ' i:nn i, m ( ' onsn ' ssimiti ' m r t ■ m Hj ' H f a ■fr " w : HHi M riULLU ' 1AR 11 LL CONTAIN MooRHEAD. Minnesota ntionaI Guard w II I I- i) i i, (:Kirir.Mii,i (;i;i{. .ih. I Kn.in. Kim. . k ' nnlnrlal JiiLi ' s siniiliiv i hiliisi i li ol lili- aliiiir f c.r l hi- iiMii|ui-- ,. ..lrhan..(.r. V.la.iKi.il in u l..l„l- a i.l un|«rl i.rl.r.l .x ,n In Ihegrim liaii.l -.1 llir . ).. I..- |.a»r,l llinni h lour N.-ars ..f ra.l.-l life a Ini.- Oiiak.r In inin.l an. I -|.iril. II is li.-art of gol.l and lii aratloniio. llii jicnllcrnan li iialnrr found nuirli lime lodrxoli- lo photo;i;ia| ln and " ninrkdionini;. " SiTiiriinl ( ) I ' nhllrrCi.J.I) ll.iirilzird) (utmru CItih I i-.l,in!i(l„h l-i.l„l M„rl.-m (jtrjiiirul (! ' ) n.-p lls.-d ,s Ihr Sergeant (I) ( ' .riiss-Cuiiiitrv (I) Traek ( ) lisUina. Cluh Qmd j M.l. ' .l f. lieHn " J PMrl.T ( le ,T .1 book- 1. » -eieii il Ili N ' ■ ' " " ( ' He brin j:s lo n attitude filial |.a,- iali! i s. lie was readv to arijue on an snbjiMl. was his inability tt drag e erv week-cm braneli a eonseienlious and deterriiined Serilefiut ( ) llni,ilter(l-:i) Spoony nv ' U iwirrfortlfl Crit r-hiniiif: his shoes before bed ■■ :HII ' " ,»ftera hop. Rat raeer be nex.r slenoed oul of his lenl in snnnuer ' ' .r w,, ( • ' ) ' ' ' I jeulemml (I) camp without a water bliekel. Itlond lhirl niirnili- on ih.- roof lidileniie Cmich (.3-2) Imrned him u,.. (..niet an,l .(li. i.nt he ,li.l his job lor four xears ' ' 3;,;; ' ; ; ' ' without bolberin. ' lo lell anxorie liou uell he Nsas doin;: it. VII in Wmer(.i) .dl. ue-re ,la,l vx e haxe hirn. and u.-Ve readx lo «alel o ,, ,„,. „, ' l.laee. inthi. n.ansarnn. ri. ..l Marl.s.u..n W II. 1. 1 I IIINHV CHOSSON. jH. Irniv PIERCK ANTHONY DOYLE, JR. St. Lous. Missouri Congressional i i i I I i; ( I- |) M i; N I K . M ' (niiK (.onan ' ssiondl Thniifili U illir «Y(s hanl In l,n,„r al (irsi 1, sirirl iii(li iiliialilN. llii cliaractiri lic iiiakrs liitn iii III ' li classmalcs. UtiaiiM- Ur - jierti-d L ' nal lliiiiL ' s .r h histon iiil.r. (.,l h III 11 (Iflliir slandiii ' . hut a 1 niakr him an .mvH, nin him U. 111.- Caxalrx ihiiiiImi- unr al I ' .nl Munn,.- ,,■ ,• ..l.nii.allN. |{iil la.lio ami mililarx „„„ ii..n-. - a iVMih. Ik- ha- a l..u ac- .I..IK mililarx kii..« I.-,1l;.- uhi.h » l.irlllrlKlnl 1 ) .ll,;l„lr- l.liln ri.l.,1 . ,sn .1 l.. hnl ,. Il.-h M-ml ■ .Nv ' (..ik. " li.r " snrtViv.l his nil- of Moiphciis welj-prott ' ctfd iVoni Si. I.miis k.pl liim liappily " AI-K; ' " " 1,1 1)1111 11 1- r 11 Srr f int (1) i! t r I iai-. Hroail-miiiiirci. ha(p|i -j;(i-lii(k . care-lrec. lull (amrmClnh (I) s. hi- " h.-l. I " I i - was flerorat fl ' • ' " • " ' • ' " ' ' - ' - " .S,.rr,T( ) ; In- h.l his wilV h.-M rank , „„i. rV i - ( ) k.lalil. ' . ..ik«oiil,lhav.M-arnr.l LookJTt w vrnlrr ..I aiiN m.u.l. an. I M.iril so. Duffs -mil.- ii il iirr|.r.-— ilil.- . ' . . . I iialnr. ' holding sway. Tlu ' " dl KK iflii-. ' rii:;t1! ' maiiiK-r va-. .ri f.ll li the Hattalion Board hur.irTi.il h. ' art- li.- .-flr.liv . ' Ix s..fl. ' ii.-.l «ilh w..nls ..f l..s. :li manv ma n.il ha .- .-.-ii h.-n.-alh his |(cr. ' niiiall lifriil .1 .-M.ri.ir h.- has an iin l.rl iii ' .|iialil of slroii ' .I.M.rmina f .•.ins.i.Miti.m- slri iii ' _ ' . wlii.li . ' inl. ' ars him to all «li.i kn.iv lion, him. T, ' ,l uns a fnnwns cllrrlnr. II.- .-oll.-.l.-.l .-% .rMhinf: — , moving picturt ' s. poop-sh.-.i-. ami f -nini ' s. What is iiion-. lit- never " JIBK " discarded anv of ilu-m. H.-. aiiM- ..f his training in handling poop- »?;■ ■« " ( ) sheets till- O.M. uill l..- lli.ir- hi- vvav. II.- «as also a " boodle ,„,„..„m, (:. ' ) ,,..., ,. ,. ,, , , ■ I 1 11 -. Cii ' lioUrChiiiirl Choir hound Willi. (Ill a Ira.-.- ..I a limp. II.- di.hi I .an- whose boodle it ( ..;.. ' . ) was-mine. his. or anNho.hV jii.l so il as 1,.mmII.-. In spil.- ..f 0. " .rra :hhil) I tsliil l.x irrl his poi p.sli.-.-ls. m.) i.-s. and f.-miii.--. lio M- .-r. w.- b.-.am.- ralli.-r atla.-h.-.l i [hi ' man. Corporal (2) Srrfiranid) i;.ollmll(l-:i-2-l) Mononmm (:i-2 n Clmirt -.M ' -ZI I ' i.lol l:xyrrl i li (J.VIJL l{ ' i l() n KISINSCIIMIDI. ji;. Stjlluatkk. Oki. mioma (ilitinal (iitttnl TIIUM S IKA.NCIS FAHHLLL. J |{. . Vlba.ny. New York Congressional | m m f i •■ llnw 1{|) M n l IIADI.Ii luKT ..KMI. llAV. C. li Vvsr ncil l{l) SIOCK ION I IKII). .IK. W VMIIN..1..N. 1). C. Cnni ns.inmil Conscirntioiis. cncriirlir. iT fcro js. ami luliilul. Iki- lill " IKK ' aslilll. ' kn.m.i l.v ,tia.i ..I u . DixmIim ii.uM .,11,,- i,,,,,- ;un ,. ;, ||||,||,, Ciirpural (2) (: il liiin{l) tithe Boo.ll.TS. Ii. |i . ail. I 111- i-.il ...iiircrl.r. li. ' -wW s,„kr, ujlh (Imir (t.:i- -l) ■ 1 ••. . . I L 1 I I III I r . 1 . . iriiilrmir C.imch .•nougli ol It l. slaii.l liiiih III In- .la-. Ill- l.. . ' 111. ' , al lii-l .|iiit. ' ( ..m ' . ) varied, is n. w .■.•iil.r.il an.iin.l on lllary as w i . Ii« ' .ii .r . ' .l tli. ' lii|i.-. on lii aiii III. loM ' lil. ' . al lii ' -l .|iilt. ' ■ l.inm. ' . S|..M„n aii.l mill- llun.ln;lih Mf-hi SI, I ' islnl .S7i«r ».s ioo cr (■„.lr,l„.,rnrlnr(l) Th. .n „m „lhnlir,i lu b,-in- a ' v.|.|i.-a.l.-.l arnn hral ir «uli In- iiil-ctiou- -nil an.! n-a.lx xsil. ..lliin llial ( ani.t. Iiiiii ilowii ill.- io..tl.all li.l.l. Ili. ' li laiikiii ' ' In. in tar -Nnjm o HiiikiH i;,ntimii(i.:i.:.i an ol.l i ' aiiiilv Ira.lilioii of .mtstan.ling Track [1-3) n„xini{l) l . Hi. oiilx lailiiiL ' is his s.-akii.-ss lor V,,m,T i „;, l„:ms:rrl -•(-.■■ I$. ' |)i1(t " iiiilx ih. r. ' inoti ' st inrerenci (hi. « i.li ' expanse .)! ' in. I iil.iii) ' lli ill. iiH.sl I ' ompJ.I. ' la.li.al l a.ki;roiin.l sine.- Sorgeanl {I) .-ais I., jrel L. .■..inman.l a ..piail. Pistol Murksimin " ' " ' " " " " " ■ ' " " ' " ll,„ullmll(2.l) PI. Ill ' l .Ml- a. Ihr oiil " ' wooden fender " in lli.- vn.hI.I. Harass. ' . I in -.sisi„iii ManafHT (.v,nS,i,w,l{:i) a x.ar-lon- s.-iap.- willi llie Kr.-n.li l)e|.arliii.iil an.l l.v th. ' T.I). liMn C.hh for (■.•Ifliralini. ' Iinlongli .-arlv. Ii. ' |.ro . ' .l h.- can k. ' . ' p liis .•ol.(rs (I ill ' ' . 11.1 iiialt. ' r the lra . ■ " ■ (( ' ■(•■ ((• same i-lldlliics iiKlil " ! " »lll ollii- ili.l li. ' sa it. Ilbut for four .ar. «.■ n. .r kii.u ulial |o .-xii.-.l. 111. |.arli.iilar . , ... DICK. " te was aeciiiiinlaliii " ; thou. an. I. .il iioii-r.ir arli.l. ' s in lii. r i Trmkd) ach the inspeflingofTicers ne .r .-oiilil I in. I. Hi. arlislie U ' lnpera- .vmiui.siir-i (1) M forred him into strange pall... Il.,„r aK.r li..nr I.. ' ina.llv I ijl-T...n, (t.:i.l Iplayed the piano in K.n.lri.k Hall. ..r jii-l a. ina.IlN .I.K.-d into I ' isu,! Cup 1 the works ..I ' lh.- ;_ ' r.al pliil.i.opli.r.. Tin- I ' liliir.- lannol In- predicted forDi.k. Il. ' .l .han-.- ii: 85 CHARLES CAKKOI.L FISillU KM;. J K. LI IS JOHN FLA G N CiM iNNVTi. (»ni ) Consressional I ' ri ' srtilin mir l.i ' in i)i I ' liicli. gciilN-MKiii. alwav- iiitixiinliuii- and liSuull. II Mil II and .(llci.-nl i,i hi, diilio l.nl ' " ' 7 ' " r . (! ' ) Hiiiliiliiin Sii iiilv |.n--M ' d 111,- la.li.al l ' | arlni. ' iil Offurr (l) more ' i llum lli. dnl lln- aiadcrnn- dciiarl imciiI. a- llir laik am 111 l.lr t..uard all. Ill lal. Stars on lii- • ' ollar an l teslil . I{ " ax nl ,ll pilclK-r ' s mound and a li. ItasrtHill (l-:i.2) nn, uill " " " " A ' ' ' ' Hi,i ( unimiuvr on ihr a-l-J i I i-.hi„:; Inhtl) ] rahnusi !„ ,■■ [ ' np- pl.tM-Chri-lnia, luvanse of Fiiglish. ,. ol. Pop-s larli -al s,.,,,,,,,,. ) IilniniTTi .-anir sh,n I..- -u.t.- ImIIn hid an , ,;ln,- irain fnini llic l " inim„n,l M. [.rvni- . j.-s of 111. ' -Unal W liitr lalli.r. " Muav r.adx l.ir a ( n,s.-( ..„,,„ v a Kali ,an„.. hi. a,.,uin, a ■ I .d-r ... all. ' " [- f " " - .■ n,n,h,-r..l lor h„ nnlailins j, ' ood hnn.or and ,1 .Wv,,.(2. ) UVII Jfh rvin.mh.;- .) .hnin for hi I. if; -lin. his sin. . . .l()ll il . an. I his la5y-|iiill. We ' ll rctn.Mnh. ' r him a .nn- o d,l. an.} a. aXw " l-a.l.r. W .• ' 11 ivm. ' mh.T his Hash ..n th.- ha,.- I.iruirmm, (I) , ,. ,. , . .... ,11 I ,, •,! 1 ■ I Hns,.h„ll (1.3-2-1) hall .hainond. In, ahilils m ihi- (■lassro. m. aii.l tin- i-as.- with whi.li „iiu ' rals (t) I 1 II 1 I I I . I . Major " I " {:i-2-l !.■ .anu- lo w.-ar . h. i-. ns. n u lal. ' M-r Inaii.li he si-l. " ls. . .ihnn ,, . ' , . an.l hi, urin udl liii.l a uarm u.l...ni.-. irririn-rlvrrn ,l„ys lair h.r R.a,! Hana.ks. l ,....n kn.NN til.- ro|..-., as w.-ll a u. ' . an.l ihi, a.la|.lahililN has .hai-a.-l.-ii .-.l .. .. him thronf:h..n( hi, tin,.- h.r.-. linl l..r .m.- «.■ ■ lussl.. a.a.l.ini. ' S Serg,:.n, (!) Here a hr.-cz.- for l. ;;i ifij; him nui.h liin.- h. .I. ..l.- 1.. [lassions .Soccer (! ' - ) Suimminfi (2) rpqiiirin.; lilll. ' .Ilnrl. r.-.l .■oinl.irl.r and lli.- .iMr.nl mafrazincs. ' „ «( ) Ha|)|n.g„.|n.kN uas h,- aluax, r.a.iv in,- Inn. an.l aluax- niinhl. ' in a ral-ra.. ' . W .■ -ahil.- on a, a ,ol.ii.r. l. 87 KdlUKI W M.I IK I Kll |{iiM.i;n H.i). l,(.Nt. l l. M). Ne " kuk Armv ROY STANLKY GKIGKR. JR. Pevsvcoi.v. I ' l.oKlDV Congressional ( II n; I s ( I I! I |N (.1 ( )|{( I Sill. « K1 MI..MV ,„„„ .S |,», I M . . .- , ,•;( ; ( ail, I ni,lli..,li,al. illl a .la-li ..f llir " UOir |„Ninj; H. l. ram.- I.. W ,• ( I ' .Mnt a M.l.li.-r nl rho .li.alili. ..I an oIH.-.t I„- ahva.lv ,,.. , .-,mI )rouglil iIkiii lo an .-mii liai|Mr l.xnr-. Hi- alnlllv a «.ll a liis villillgllf s lo M ik. hi- i|ni l rimliilinic. and hi- keen ind inctil I ' isinl Shnr isli, nsun- n«l) " s liilinr. liiillnlinn liljiiinni { 1 1 ■-l l ' ' iinl (uihiiUv Choir (l-:i.J.l (I) (I) ha|i|.lls u Hran.-h? " Th.-n- is no l.r jilril iih lli ' al)ini soin. II.... " (11 IKK -inuillan.ons incnil.fiship on A s(]ua l Sergeant {I) •I 1 I- 1 I 1 " 1 1 • r- . Fencins{l-3-2-I) I rack or Icncin ' ' . iiialilcd IJa (dni-l lo ,. J; , ' (.rosslMiintri ' (hi) ».athir vrr ihiri " . lor lonr (ar he campaignfd for Track (2-1) Monofiratn (3) l . r- ..inafi Haired. Oklahoma, and [lorscs. Rumor Pistol Expert u- .n.lal-phil.d his sho,-. II. ' .li.lnl. Il a- .|.(-()il. Kx.-r,,- ir,„l.-oir C.oarh Vi) i U in.cn- himxll. h II. ' .li.ln ' l. Il Klion lo iiisi -Oil. !■: in ..III Siini jinir m acterizi-d h " u.irk h- great promi-r .in ih ays si ' i ' in. ' il |. |ir- knowingJN lah. ' l. ' .l hi spoken ol ' il a- " -uiMr of Sam ' s |iirsi-l.nii- ai beraus. ' .ij ' ii. 7 at Ih. ' .a.l.nn hax . ' aluav s h. ' .-n .1 un- |.la . ' " II. ' -uinmnn;; - ' I , . ' nl our -. ' I ' in lak. ' liini- .ml lo reveal C.orimrol (2) liefliiiiriital Scrfieant hnl a.a.l. ' n . ' worries Major (1) S,iimniin i(l-:i-2-l) s Im ' s . S.iin. ' ha e un- Trnrl.- CI) lr„lMr. Calhnii, nij.. ol CItaix-UI) Whal .■N.r h. ' h. ' nalnr. ' S:,n,lav School Ten, nnnal ..n. h. ' s Ih. ' h. ' ll.r I ' istol Expert w M;ri;i{ i k nki,i (,kii i i KI«.N. OiiK. Cmiirrssinnul CHARLES M K 1 M)l KK (,IU IS1I SimvNKi:. ()ki. ii()M ( ' iiiinn-sxiniKil II „ has hvvu -,mr .. „■ l,„ys- miht iIkiI llivl ,l;i lour ' W MT ' ' carsilfio «li i ' ! " ■ ii ' - ' l a rv.r|,ti...l ir n.- .r .• |m ' (I. ' i am au;; i.i . ,t,Z.I„,IIU) inkii.f: il «a all a M j..kr. Mi- .lui.k .-.nil.- an.i li.arix la.ij:!. Vs ,, .,,»•, ladf liini a tialuial cKm| atiicm lur ;ui allilclics or Ixiu.llr (i ;lilr. lishDiu.- liir »a ,l, ul,,l to -alh.iiiij; llic lal.- l rridnls. lonilll- atill!. ' ml .■..n.lurl.r M|na.l »i.»ilM»l,i,,. a..,l lo l.lln.;; u ll.r ad- anta ! -s t ' lln ' rnliliir (aili.ri.- Lack lioriic Dldrunulfl-M KK " DklalioiiKi as il il u. ' iT iiol so - i- lrni luaiii;. (Jiiick to lorm l.hkrs. Mllionf. ' !. hv -.■t a , Svr lrtmt (I) „,.. I„ ,,a s, . I.■ know Ihr tval ,.-o.lb„ll (t) III ((till- tlic sli( ' i ' ls l(f " iri lo f ' isliil Sliarpshuolcr ill larii for him a iiiclic in KIM. him ihi ■si all-aromiil allili til.- LW. mmid anil- I Lieutenant {I) Track (.4-3) . umerah (t) l „r ••-(••(. ) Il.,rl.ry(l) nmrral.s{l) lU.sh ' llmll (2) nnc al Maryland, Bill Major " .! " (2) II -1 ■ . SiH-cer (2-1) ipi.r.f-B rog n.- Ill -I Nrar. in.-n meshed easily into CpiainU) , , , , -.y -ii .!■ I II I 1 Mi nor " A " (2-1) ,h.Ue.Ia-,.l IJ. Mm- iaihialand Wad..n.uj:n.des „„„,,„„(,., ..four ilr-tinN h..tli hax,- MZ.-al.le tn.nlues from u ..■alp. Kven- Major " I " (1) t -in|..-n(!. .-Ntn-m.-lN m ..lesl. In- knew ho« lo lurn ihr j.n-.sure .m iMmf, lll,iwim,ii„n and uhrn to .a-. il off. For a ;. ' I man sirai-ht throu-h s. ll lak. Hin lZuZL- • ourolil Hill.- lnln, htiinfi " I ' .ltnk Dan " llnlpin tlw ouIn .a.i.-l .■Ner lo m..r. |.ouri.l- than lil. |.lion.- iiundMr. on lurloii ili. Weigh- -DAN i.T. 170 in June, an.! n ,■ p-.r lat. U lio»e,l that a little uei-hl «as no ohsla.l turru ' d in u ' u l w ilh ildd |iotmds . f Svrgmni (I) l-oolhall (i.:t-2-l) I o er Ins massn.- trame: Ih.n he M,m„iiram {2-1) llaskllHillil) ' Trorkd) piavin ' ra le-.laz l. loolhall or ru.-hin- for lir l plae. hoodir JH.p-. (.•ui.■k- iIte.l and il I-I,uin..red Dan h had lii ouu little ni.hi uilh u-. Vv i lii Cluh ,»! « " ' W ILLI 1 11 III. I. II VMILTU.N. JH 1.1. l ' -(i. I 1 - alional Guard mww TJiUMAS JAMES JIVM.I.V. Ill ( :ahi i TiitRSFiELD, Ft. Worth. Texa.-; Congr IJ « .» , . hirr. I„„„llr h„„n,l. v. bliiul .Irafi .T ili.-. ' |.lu a lilfili .m . do tin- rifilil lliinjr an- suinc of I lie icaM wilh liis lassmal.s ami ill.- Ta. li. al a A (inn lH-li. ,r in llir liu. r. !.,■ |,laM for tin- CaxaliN. Ili lark ..I liair ulll one of lln- ■■fair-liaiicil lioxs. " a.-.T. rc.l .uriiroiicr mar. I .lul an. I ih. ' al.llilx l. l. r llaniV lii li lan.linn V.a.i.rnl, ' I ).|,a. I ni.ril-. luni .l..un III. ' I.iitiin. ' . ' o .r k.vn him IV. m l.. ' in.r (,. ., ( iiiHiiiii ( ) i;,i„(i-:i) tiwlrmi, Crnih ( J-.M ' ) ., . Miiimiir, [t-: --2-l) I ' ninlrr Cumrni CM, 1 1 -hi,,!; (Jul, ' x; ' 7,„„ ,„Wn 1 „i . m ;; ili ' i . i ' ' ak.- (im ' lini. ' ami .!. il T. J. ■ Ta- -h.iun . 1 is i -v. ' ar .■ MU-. al W.sl l ' ..inl. VKsavs a Corporal (2) " ( ' i " " l ' l ' i ' ' ' " • ' ' I.--I......r. (,.• ia--las. ' ,l ..nl ..f ih.- .Inl.h.-s ..f Offiar 1 1 (:oi ' f(i.:i.2-i) Ih. ' r.l). ;ln,l l..ad. ' .l nm-.KAwll. lii|).-. (ioncentraling on fjolf as II III, mis (1) Minor " r Vi-2-l) 111:- ia . iilV |i irl. T. MU ha.- sh. n himsolf capahU- of wiel.iing a Hinuhvillll MfihlShnl, i:;rrfiv .. ,„•. .litl IV.r T... 1 a |M-. imin.nl |iia. ' .- in llic ir ;i rClllh(2-l) Tjp.. x-x Choir (2-1) Sunilay School Tcachri 1 V (2) ' SkiChih(2-l) %i.L L lni,h ' lllirCo,l,h(3) I ' i lol MoiLsnioii -hiiind olfrrin- ..f .• l irginia has a -rin ih. ' " sa ..ir-lair. ■■■ ..I a lialkan .li|.l..mal. . k. mx ha.l |..rman.-nl |,la.-.-s l)..lh in ill. ' bf r-liiistiti ' j -iilr 111 ' ih. " I.iotball line and in language first secli.ms. nalnial in a " ' ral -la. . " ir a " B.S. session. " he was as iinperlmh- al)le as a ilnim major ami Iwi.-. ' as .-o.kN. hi h-rank. ' r. .-.miLirl- ahl hiNe . ken gels ihe jol. .lone ami lo lull s lU ill. ' «orr . •M.N- Cm, .oral (2) l.i,„„.iiai,t(l) I ..oihiill (i.:i.2.n iiiiirrals(l) Major ■■ rCi-l) llosLrihall ( l:i-2-l) aii,rraU(l) M on,, ■■rani (2 I ' i.lol MaiLsiiian Co,l,l Inslniilor ( ) It ill, inlwrrni iwndvmir niiiuhililv h. ' ii .i.-|..n.l.-.l ..n |.asl lexfx-rien.-.- an. I nalural apliln.!. ' ralh. ' r llian ililigenee in aeadeniies ••|ti;N ■ Corporal (J Caplain ( ) Siiimmiiifi (l) to rank high in hi- la-s. His niililarv h.aring. neatness, ami pre- I ' isiol (:i-2-l) ciseness bronglu him rank Nilh..iil ih.- app.-llali.)n ■ ' lil.-h.Mi.r. " Ben joined ih.- pi-ii l Lain h.r. ' h.- a- nol . nl ahl. ' Ii link.r Hith ga.ig.-ls hilt was also ahl.- t.) sli....l his wax t.. lli.- .aptain.-N of iht- |iistol t.-aiii. His imassiiining natiir.- has uon him I ' ri.-mls in the Corps as il uiil lal.r in tli.- S.-rx i.-.-. CapiaiiiU) Minor " r (3.2-1) Mo,l,rn 1 ' , ' iiliilhlon (3) Fisliinf! Cliiti IM-clion Coinniill.;- (3-2.1) l,ailrmirC,Hi,h{3) I ' isiol i:x,wrl Ca,l,l liislriirlor (I) 93 GEORGF r:F) Hn MKSSI-.LBVCIIER Klkins Pvuk. I ' i nn ' ' I M ( ' oniirrssiiiniil niVRLFS RUSSELL HILL ( Ki. M . (Im.iiokmv Srniiloriiil MIS MICIII I MM I. i- iiii. I ' i A (nnarrssiiiniil I ' llll II ' i;i) KI) IIOK N. IK. M viiv. i Hi! K V Cuiiirrssiniial Thr ,•, ■ - -. 1 rsl l ' ,,inl »;i a.iMliliin |,iil |.I,m his sUii-tiian «li ..iil a.ail.ini.- (Ii(il(ull ua- li.i«lii ■oats « In a- «.ll a li..«. Muav .|im.i an,l .•a -uinj;. II.-,-. iianv t ' ri.n.l- " illi lil- .xcii i iii|Mr ami il.|pcti.lal.ilil . I ' ll.! haifuax na,k . „ aiiMl.in lir l..u.l,.-.l: ill,,- u,„l.rl...,k a vas«rll .l.»i-. With I..U.I |.li..n..;:.a|.lis l..r a Ih.I.I.v I1, |,r. .iiiis.-iri.Mih. ' i:nj:i,„r. or i.(:.M|. . ■IIKSS " t:,.r,,nr,il(2) l.lrnlrnanlil) ,„■.•;•(»..•}-:?.;) ««i T i «(n i ' i-i.,n3-2.i) (.ill ( ' ommillt ' i ' (2-1) (nmrnt Club (2-1) I ishiniiCliihd) IruilcmirCiuirli CM ' - ' ' isltil Sliari shit(ili ' r Cmlvl Inslrnrl,,, { I I r ( liiirlir hum " ! ' ri iii|iaii ( !«miilr Club ideas but t«o ami liisl l$all rbanged bis uiiiIodIv. ic roiilil usually be fouixl down ' mm aiiM ' uf iiis |)artialit l llie red ui rl rhair lor ibe resi ..f bis life St rlil|,rx orM.M. Iiasl;rllmllil:i) Bo.xin« i-t) Cross Country (4) Track (t) S„rr,r(2-I) CJwss Cluh I ' ht ' uurglfl il th jii ' silion i { A xnillieiri gentleman and ibe drawliiiu rion IU)Ji[ii( ■■ i| a ueslerner liintuiiboiil fi iir ears at YATES e t l ' ,.,nl tbe,-e t,e nerr r.,-,M le„l uilb lbn,e ubieb tspi- (■ " rpornl (2) fiedbi [KrlorniaiireolMulx :eHi(ien. . ersalililv . and self-n-banee. Houilzcr(3) ' an .nberen, al.bu ... e.alna.e .„b aeenrae. Yates is I JlSs Cr " ' N ell e.iui|.|.ed t.. perlurm lb. ' dutio ..C ..(beersbij. in tbe same C.i,!,; I„s„nr„.r { I) sn| erii r manner wbieb distiiifiiiisbed bis lour ears as a eadel. ff illl sonir " lin sclinol " hdrLnniiind I ' bil man. Mill be ranked in tli lest Point ua earlv. i ir fties ralber lik.- Iii- abilit ncl lo e erei e i- -eeond naliin- uilb bin iiuseles. and In-nee ibe alteration- on all ear. We ' ll nevr for-.t In- " W ho " lli.- rankin- man in lbi ear? " I Fro.. He lik... to eat. rZh T " " " " .;■ Iii ripiilinj: I i shin Club {2-1 IliimlhullClubd l ' " " ' vearbng ,.,„„ UmAsmm, RICH 1{I) I M.Ciil.M I|()|(KID(;K r I M . (,1,111(1.1 Irmv SVMILL ll]ll:K llOWKLL. JR. Chattanooga, Ten nessee (jingressional l !fS!i«llo| In „l,l.l„shiun,;l Crornin nrmmnil. " M,-! ' ,,,,!, " „fi,.| liM knl ii-kan-v al ll.r N l.rn. liul l..i.ij: ..r m..mI li.arl and .|.n„. iniil.l. Ih- ar.r|,l.-.l ll„- ,url, uill, |.l.a ur. ' an. I I..MI1.I Uuu- I.. .1. ,-v.T lliini;. inchi.li.iL: N.u ' (...k an. I Nl.linlx. Mtl ' Ii a Imi a. aral uill. l«. rin.-. ' . •• Mi-I ' .m.I,.- uhil.- ...1 Ins lraif;lil ami .■a-.-i wax ll.ron-l. iIm- .a.l.-.n . -au 1,. .1 thai n.anx ..In- u. ul.l u.-ai " bars. " I ' irst s. ili..ns |inl Iniu m tli.- I nj;in. ■ •. . Inil [ilan.s u.-n iilorfa|i|n ' alinj;. 7V .HIS ( t.-.i) H,iskrllM,ll ( I) r„„th„iiti IrmlrmirCmrh ih.ni,:,-, ii-:i-j.n i:,i,i.„ ( 1 ll,ni ll„ill( liih ' ■.I,.! Sl,„r,,sl,n„!rr Ctnlrl Instriirlnrin 11,11 ii,o„n,l,,l m -..lilli.rn 1ra.lili..ns an.l .iislonis. Si4 ha.l hill,- in.nl.l.- m making a ,.la.-.- l.-r hnns,.|r. II.- }.r..l.al.l k.i. ' U |i,T-..nallN ni.iiv .a.l.ls an.l lininn-s llian an ■■|)| li;- lli.r niaij in llic (!i i|i-. lie il.ninn-lial.-il his allil. ' li. ' |)r.) . ' ss in Svrgruiil (I) •k atiiJJ ' San, .,n ih,- n.iuM.n ul,., !,.■ slanv r llw f:..als. I 1m- Tr,.,,. 2) llioiil in I... :-i,l.- I.ul h.- n-.-.-iN.-.l 111.- a.i.l t.-sl Cna, i;..„l,ain-) i Jirn.-xfri :r iilrini - . His al iiil lo .lcli -r in lli - |)in.li -s lias a l.a.kjin.nn.l ..flin s.li. I.I a- ' HO ,- i.M.l H.n.r.C. nnil. S.. Ik- kn.-u all ill.- Corporiil {2} Supply Scrgi-unl ( I ) .MS. Th.- ..iii r.-as. n h.- .-vir Star.% 2) 1 I , I i- i I • • 1 I I - . 1 iiiuIfmicCimrh (t-:i ran at.Mil i.l tht I .11. wts Ins iiiciiral)!.- (jcsirc lo lr.)|i a al.-r lia ' llnnit-f Rpi e on -...n. unsu f.. . Ini- -arliiiji. A -a(l.-mi.-all . a ».-ll a la.-li.allx . ■, ' ,f ' ' ' " , II. .z u..rk.-.l l..r his l l.- . an.l his .-llorls «.-r.- .■ r.-uanl.-.i. ' " " ' " ' v l ' " ' " (wIrt Inslrnri,., I MniLr.lhva lnr,ullv.niilr ulii.h th.- ii|.|..-r.lassrn.-n n.-x.-r M-.-in.-.l t.. a|.|ir.-.ial.- .hirin;: |il.l..- .-ar. (i.D. ' s .-n-.- ..I ' lnini..r has n.- .T l.-l us .l..un. .-N.-n uiih ih.- S|,i.- xxrils h.-arin ' .l..«n. N..I a " Kl.--l„.n.-r. " ImM nalurallx ••.|M...nv . " his ..n-lli.--hall inlln.n.-.- l rohal(l -a .-.l his «il.- niarn a .lax of I. -ax.-. Vrrixin;; xvllhUx.i l »v.• Ih.- r.n an.l th.- j:lrl l.a.k In.rn.- 1..- l.-ax.- un.han-.-.l. Strai hl-lorxsar.l. .h.-i-rhil. .-..ns.i.-nliDns. (,.-i)rj:i - is on.- ol lli - lu-st. ( ' iir iiiml (IM I .iriilfiuiiil ( ) li,i-ik -ilK,ll{t-:i-2-l 97 IKl.niiK.k Wl.SroN ilM)l.. .IK. Know II. IK. I INNKS.SEE y, iiiiin(il (iminl i.Ki; (;i, sii;k .ionks .St. Joski ' H. Michigan Congressional S M1 I I W II I I M MKI ' KK I , I I 11(1 I! I . ' (Dniiicssioiuil nurn,in ll rr,linll,rS,rii,r. Ur nn i W .- V flr l luxr Vt.-st I ' . ' i.il lli.T.-.ili ; riuri,i.,lHl,llMM.,l,lrrat.i . l av 1, 1.1 nij; for l. ' iilli . Iii ha- Ih-,11 a Hue- -..al .aii-.r lilMiallv tiiiMcl m hops, ifil (■iHiirorlcr. aixl | .ri )iliials. Wo lii- aiiii- imr cil (iiir oiil- slaildiii ' ; ski-iiitliusiasls. inaslrrinj; llir Irickv ail alhr lakini; an l likillj: his shan- ut lalU. Mis .•a|.a.■il t,.r hani «..,k l.kiiJ. ' .l «ilh a goo.1 srns,- ..I ' humor vwll aluaN hax.- ii ti hli.i- ..ii hi- -i,l,-. - muiiil niiitnu jdfc rrrtiuj; ( ii hkc lh ' sun i I i|iii— mil n II 1 I i (■ ui 1 t.re. ihit Ilis quietness and aloii ik. II ii(.l a- l..kfK.u ihr Hue man— toh-ranl of others hi boJ.hnj: limiM U to lii_h iit.aU. Ivi.i.al of him is liis .■! devotion o one ( » i ) - a roomniale he has heen ideah .|uiel al lii.- riohi lime, ami ahsaN- -old lii le (3-2.1) lo enter Iheeold .r.-v alls W-y ' " " «m,,.er ( ) t:ii,.ir(i-:i) a ilJi JTr lv ,,l imlitnrv ,: in-n, ' nrr hehiml him I a.l.Kile oi Jip ' Mihlars radeiitN and a . laff Ser-eanl in ,iiaril- Slan liT as of I -nia ( iollr;:,-. Mi frankness and eheerlidne-s oon -urroimded Ihmiizvr l r,,r,s,mai. . ■ I ' ' him I1tv4;ri , pd-. i-|iiriall aiiionf; ihe femiiies. iiii ' lx dancer. tdidrmif Cunrli " hridge exnert. " and exeelleni i-oun ersalioiiali-l. he n.e.le.l no ( " " -,„ (h.h ehe rons or brass hut Ion- lo kee|. his ,oeial calendar mII Idled nU l ' i.i„l Slt,n,,sl„mirr iiiterestiiii: encoiinlers. loirii sfiii IIS litis rornsliill: that ue iniulil make a ■ ' kerner ' , »ut of him. II.- hol.ls a record of never ha inj; la-led deleal in an ' ' Corporal {2) eonibat of his o« n ehoo-inj:. His vrhosilx i. si,r|.a s,d onix h his .sv, ,.,„„ ( , ) " Casamna " lendcncies «lii.h l!ou,red ii naluriu lii, " cou " l-ooiholl (I) Ho.kollmll (:i.2-l) year. His ahilil lo relax an lime. an |ilacc ami liisfrenial naliin-. I.ocross, ' (1-3.2 i I-, • , , . Iliinillmlt Cliih like an oasis lre,h ami ever . ' leen made close triend- ihrou houl ••.STAN- Srr piint ( I ) the class. I iMnfi C.luh WII.I.IWI I KWCIS I.Ol (,1I I W. IK. S N Dm...... Cxi II.. km ( „n-n:.i„n il ANDRFW STKVI.NSON I.OW.JR. Vt E. TKKLV. Km. 11)1 l-i M ( ' iiiiiin ' ssidiitil •7, « ,v " rnmr . lis uilh a ;.n l.a.k-nM.nd l.ul «ill. a ' -l-OCKY " p-,nilri. ' a. ' siiv l. rnakr Ui Nva In ihc . niv . .Sn , nil l.r...l.. uilli ; " ' - ' - " " « ( ' ) llic (ailiinii ' I )c|iail mi-ril . utii- ul lii(li iiiailc him a ' " li f- (ar man. " (■i ii(im(l hi- alhli ' lic ahihl lu ihr I nlraiiiiiral liam . ii iim ' rriii ' : iio- i ' lor ■|i( " iill . ' " a « ilhiif;rii s to litnl i ii aiivlhiii ' he (.wiis. aii.l a Hair lor |.la iiif; ih. ' jioiiio. an- traits onl li ' htl l. s i- nsi i ' iiou- I hail hi- iialiiral Irn ' iulliiK ' SS. , this cornrr M.- luiM- o,i.-liiii.,li v,l aii.l lorls poim.ls of -Ml UDI I ' . • Ma.Tavish ,lx nannl, ' . il.r llnr.- vrais of baiHing the T.U. (- " rpural {2) First Scr ' iwt (I) [ ■ , ln7T : idiii|il(lri liiliiiul hin S|iriii liclil. lie was given a sword Cross Coiintrv (i) M. 1,.- n.iah.l lM-.-oine ,li-.,riiihl, ' . Ili .iKr-eti.- warbling .f S.-ottisb J f ' , ' nx a luo-hnn.hvil pou.MJ.r o%.-r Mull Mill i.lebe x. ar. (.W,m,. f.W l (r il he ha- ' " 11111. Iillid ihroii-ih " " each trial with a l ial,nic Sndn Hli .-t ' it ar. ' I hi ' meek, lor I can dominate then I ' i.slol Mark: " ArhmWW- Siili! " aii.i lli.- rebel Irom llial iiiii stale vfoiiiahcallx wniig into a deep-toned presen r the pixifH luax s tiut-s|iokiM anil ileep-set in his conx IIIKh " Scrfifditt ( ) lr,i(lcniicCo irli(2-l) Tile goat of the Math and Phil I cpartnients. Horse Slum- (2) , , . , I • I ' I • I 1 • . II- lceCarnifal(t) but Ins iialural aviilude lor trog and .Spic lei hmi step high in F,-, „„„r H6 ( ) foreign languages. JNever a file-boner, he ignored most of the ' ' s o Mark ' nion trivial details of cadet life to prepare himself for the Cavalrv. Ldirn-ni IS from an rin laiiiil and liardix had Corporal (2) be left Heasl Harraeks behind iiini Ixfore he picked ii|i the Si-r teant (I) Mickev.- ' Ouiet. thorough and reliahie. xearling siiniiiier .amp « " « i; -J ' ) brou ;hl chixrons to a. 1.1 t.) hi- r.-|i. nsibilities as class How ir iiK lloniiztr n.prvsvnuuiic representatixc. lo-l spring XM-.k-.n.ls found Mickev dividing his Imlvir.Cotholic Cimprni) tinie_ between tli.- I.inni.-. an. I W alt.T I ' r.ii.irs proteges on Cnhnlir Smuhv S,luml rro,lwrV2 Doubledav Fiel.l. II. " s sh..xMi IS a .line doing work well. I ' islol Sh„rnsl,o„lr 101 joiiN i.i.o ' I) I(.ki:k HvTDN Koii.K. LoM lvNV C ' onfiri ' ssioniil HAL CKKICIITON I 1 STKR Ai.E vMiKi . iK(,i i SciKitorii illN l(»nHI M, Ml HH t 1,1 «|sl.| II,.. I VI IIM.IMX S,ll,lh ri„l ' " (( oiif irlii) itnilrrstdiKls miilis. lliis Iruc son ol Miss has been no f (f|ilion. illi a liarkprounil oi ' small acaflciiiic vorr . his cjreal pcrsoiial lo - and itiJoNnnril ol allilctics and acti ili -s bav.- or. ' iipi. ' d most ..I his limr. Mi. ' lli ' r illl a ro..ll.all. I a-k.-|- ball, vanllin ' pol.-. .anirra. v,; .■..nilorl.r. or h. | .l.o. . all inohfs of " Shifr-- |,av,- I n li.ctv. a «il.- and Inrn.i ni.-o. parahlr: as a uit nnl)raraldc. TIk- ir (:or|» will ' il onr of lli.- best. Siiftfilv Scroll «;! ( ) InnlhatI ( l-:i 2-1) linskrlhall (2 1) Tn.rhil.l-- 1) ,uf,rr,ih 1) Majnr- i (2-n CnslCmnmi (,;■ 1 1 1 Hinfi Cnmmi Irr (,{-. Cmurn, J„h rishina Chil, I ' hinI ir . i„m CVHIS KDSON MWIIKHK. JK. J- kr; I )i(i;si. |iriNcii Congressional : ) l II ML MARKS. JR. ' ■■ ' • Hki. i)II(. ik(.im Congn ' ssional Jrt IKSSi; KICII KI) Mills. jH. f Cox IN. .ION. liNMss,.,.; ( :on!irrssi„nal l-nm, l.r Ro.rv Srhool. S« il .-rlanil. I., ll.r Mill Srliuol. •■ :V „Hslo w.. r.nn. I. .- l l ' ..inl i- a.i mmMial iMir ..t JMMn. . I.ul Srrfi,;,,,, ( I) ' ' ISnxinfiih V has .lour ihrm uilli.-ul .liauiiif; an .Mra Incatli. Sprakiiif; of I MM( ,IM« •.• ■ 7V ,. A- {.-{) iimpmfr. f.M i ' (. a lini-c and m.iii.iIhiii; I., juiiip omt and In- („,,„■,„ (7,, , ( -.i-l ' - 1 ,appx. .•r hill,- i- .onrn-nin t., ,ln ,nan ol ih,- -n„,ul n u.-. ' " - ' ' ' " ' hM ' ' ' lllin,l,r,ill, Milhl l„„ rin ' - «-.-|ili..n is ill.- lair . . liul n.. .)n.- «..nl.l kni)« il I.. .-.• him i " i-hon. (:,„l,l In lnirlonl I mil M ' lirs iii ii tlii ' ic ciiiiif u|i..il llic I ' jaiii a rri.ist ' rsalil.- taj] man. Iirin iti " : willi him iiiialilii . ! ' ( ' .)mni ii sens. ' , siii- .•.-.ilx. an.l la.l. 11,- shuu.-.l .1,1,, inmalion ami abilil f. .1.: a j..i, .„.„„.„,„„( i-ll I.N iui in- thf •■lnrn-.ml " i ' l.-h, ' Clirislmas. " K. ' .l " uill h.- W ' O-.J- .;) ' 1 ' iiiiwrals (4) .•.■m. ' .nh.TiJl as a tin.- I.k.i.I an.l ticnii.nian, as a person ....ss.-ssin " U,m,r " .l " (3-2) uill mak. ' him a sn. ' .-. ' ss ihr.ni. ' hoiil lih ' . fisi,,! Ixprri Is the ilnilrinv: " I h.n- ain ' t n. sense in .) er- ( " ii ;nil (2 Srriirmn ( ; ikin " i»tr Aij . hill ihc man -.iiiipK eannot l)e overwork.-. I. t ' ,i,,ili,ill { I-. I.H.thall. lacrosse, bas.-hall. ha. k .111 tin- rm football team, an.l lin hrilmll { I) il (iiihl 111 " u li.-n.- .r wat.-r .an h.- iioiired or i)n.l lin : ' ,;, , ( I) l.irn.ss,. [3.2.1 ,1 ,111 ih,- ,-ii,-m . 11.- -an h.- .-.)mil.-.l ii|i. n lo Mirm.imit or „ivSiar(3) (h.,ir{ 1.3.2.1) I ' islnl l.xnrri heal .|. Mi h main One iiKirr liiiiiiiidfi thrown in lli.- I.iw.l. 1 r. tribiit.-d L ' raN hair, liul • nil an.l .|.-ss«..nl.l have . . .- eii Knglish, eon- ■■i y .■ Iri.n.U ,11,1 most of jess " academie . iil)iinil {2) WOrrvinp: li.- «a t. .. hn k.-.-oin- ' Ira.k .d lii ( ). . ». ' I.) both.-r lt„ii„li„n S-r ,mt Major {I) with such tri ialiti.--. ' I ' ll.- marriaf;.- ral.- aiimn ' his all.-p-d (). A.O. ' s ( mssCaiiniry U) was alarmmj:. hul r,-|da.-.-miiil- u.r.- alwavs available. l ow jess ' will eontiniH- !.• ■.-h.-r.li.- . l.-s l.-mmes " at some Coast Artillery post. 105 W i.iN..rnN. 1). C. ( MIl.KS oilfin-ssioiKll ■j V .%-,- yx. ' .. m Hr ' ' { 1 M- f _j H ■l 1 iJ Wm ' «yHi l{ V l() l) l. l HI.NCi; MII.LKK N KKous|{l K(,. Nkw ' uuk Cinarrssinnal t htii,i hl,;i,l «l h„r,l-tn rh;- and n|,iiMii-.| ,a . Ik- -tin.. III.- -...I- l,l,- -.,l him u,lh a milH;u toilicPII Srlflrillll(l) Iwrtlmll ( ;) ml cMii ill.- ■■ V C.i. r.. .ll - iDul.lnl lak.- il In. in liiin. I )i.k liad Dhihrlir Smi K-n.|.ai iron. .caM i.. ...asi an.i a |oi. ..n .n.in Ma r-.ivu . (.uii- (■„.„,, nhmi, Di.k .aiii.-.l In. ihunMmhn.v,, r .n I., lishi. Clnl, «lial " CXSI ' KK- ■rvaliM ' . ii ii i.iiii.. mstiiMl dia f;iii;;. Hi ,ul ImmhII,- nia.lr ,• ,■, a I IT. ikol ,U. .l.riK.I ii «, lin.ad.a-l-. ..il ,. Tniuiin, „l , llr::nlat rnl (.ri-p srli.H.I s.-l Ka n| I. lakKm a.-ailiinic- uilli living colcw-. rii. ' n ' ' s aUNa I ii tiiiir iiirnp iiiln Ulic laical lianaik- ini.- liiil. Loiif; sluiifs ol llic ii r .v„»( ) fUlnl Mark: Camp llh lanifi iiiiinii ' ' J,4 1 ml -U ; l In- nlu.l.M inann. ' r an,l liruad siiiilr. Mor, gf,V„l Ihe trwlrinv in, Inil.-.l .■x.-nl thai uonl.l iiii-iilt ' raliK . S fHf. such a his skirini hr- willi Mill ' thf r.l).. ufic nnl nnaU ' . hiil olhfrs -n- a ' M -at lu-hi Id him. The iiic. m| atal.l.- spiril (il ihi- " Kighlinj: Irish " look commanil ol :„th ,li Cha wl Samhi SfliiH} TrafhiT {2) lli.- hx l,llu« w, kii.u rirh.. Near. In all lii l..u-li halllo hr cam,- (,,, wh 1 ...Il a.lmiral.lv. allli..n-h ..iii.-li.ii. ' . a l.il hall.-.v.l. (;. ' m-rall ' .■nllc a- ih. ' lir-l -n..ulall. Iii iiil..n-nl li;;liting |.iril .am.- I. lit. ' Tlw s„li l , iliz ' ,,: ii .x.-.-li.n f valii.-s haN.- ma. I.- " M iir|.li ' l..iir K man (.. lak.- ..nr Iroiihl.-. I... Hi Mt n-qiiir. ' m.i. ' h n..... ' liian .Ii-. i|.lin what ma . llh.ini;li ...n-.rx ali .■ l. ..al. and a l.alan.-. ' .i sense a a .a.i.l .a-N . il.V •UJCII- a l.i-h lan.lar.l Cnr wral (J) l-irsi Si ' r ii ' anl (I) l.li .-l, II..III. Boseb ,ll{t-:i.2-l) Major " r (2-1) na Urlhall ( (I uence.l iis all in ih. ' rijilil .lir. ' .li..n a l.a.l.r! W .■ Iia . ' l..-.ii an. I (ail,„li, (:l,„ir 1.1-2. h ill lie |.r..iid 1.) . ' r e uilh him. ..r iin.l.r him. ha. ill- l.nWl.LL SrA.MSl.Al.S MCKODl.M W iiiTKWvTER, Wisconsin Congressional { INC KOCK OHKNCIl MX HiitMlM.ii M. Vi. H M (.oiiiin ' ssiondl S i l,|( l{l) lOlIN I ' VSCI K Iti I 1 VI... Ni u ni(K (■„n-r ' .-i„n,il I WII.S UICII MJI) riNDI l!(.l! ;vN M,.Mn. Tl v r„„i.,,.ss o„.; i li ' is i ctiiiliniKil soim-f « tiiiiiizrmrnl. 1 1 lie r;iri ' l sa melliiiif. ' i ' ii ali )iial lie jii l iloc-ii ' l -ii ari lliiii . Mr i ns|itiii- |)lef ra larj;.- nuriil..r n( llic |,li...i. nirnors llial liaxr Ih-.-.i (Ixinfr n.lhrrr. 1 1.- al u has l,..l,l,i,-. Inliisslav al W .• ! I ' ui.u !„• has .1 i■M v son ol hohhv rh.h ill , i l, •.,.•,•. and has ,l..n,- .■ ,■r . m (nnu lakifif; |iirlmis losliids lii : Hiissiaii. Il will he iin|M)ssihl.- ■his inaii hii ' iids Id I ' or rl Nick. ■MCk " r..r )..ni (JI l.iiiitrimnl ( » IHiilvvlirSmirls ( -.( l ' .inln{l.:i.l) iiinrrii I ' .hib (. • ' - ) I i-lnn iCliihH) ski(:i„h(:i.2.n ( luiiiniini iiiliin „ «■ . Ctimmiltrr ( ) llmLrvih l ' isl„l M„rl..n„n m,, -, , „,-. l. ai.s |..nhl. in. Ohi.- ha. lak.r. Ih.- T iT iiL ni a lew -a-v h.mn.ls. Xia.lcnur work has alwa s I n •OBII- th ' Irasi id hi- woni. ' -. I ' hat I ' ahl. ' lo find ihr nia innini : " CSS wilh llii ' niinlimiin of work is shown li ihr lad thai he ca vojU-P rirs s..,ond .las.- v.ar. llho„i;h .luil.- |.ro(i,i.nl in am Kn inecr Fo„llmll (2) - " Z (■ " " " ■r " Cliil,{l-3-2.l L=W oralhlrl xin wlii.ii lir .ho-.- lo parlicipalr. h - drxol.-d most HadioClub {l-:i-2-l riiiciist ' rs. aim in :n si I ' rrsulvnlRmlwC.luh LKNMK- s iil -nl instnirloi tu a pich.- is (inil.- a droi. hnl il Seriivant (I) rrmk(l) idrnu.-. Having lilll. ' Irouhli- wilh slndi.s hr Cross Country (I) umcrah (4) i;-nnn {4-3-2-l) i,nirr,ih(l) s|n-nl iiKinv irt)iir s yila iiii. ' raids . IJis main inlcrcsl in alhltlics was t-wirhnj. ' thr- sabor. Parry and Riposte arc apropos in desrriliinf: Sill and III.- ri.l.l rl wilU-.l lli Sahi ' r ( ' .Uamftionshifi {3-2) Efwe CImmiiiimshi ! Jim is II iiiiiii iij i riiitii l ' s and poise. M.in- lli.- pliilo-ojih-r thf t.-.hni.iaii. he pirkt-d here and there of the best thai lia offered. He ri.l.s w.ll. pla s tennis well. p]a s golf well, an.l llwayswilh poise. II.- wanl. lli.- h.-l. or iion.- al all. Car. -fiil in his vr 4 Ser i-unl (I) Coif {2) Odgmenl. on.e h.- has ,l.-.id.-,l on llw- sahi,- of an .-ii.l.-aM.r lil- » ' " ' " ! " •,„(■ ' IhUinaCliihd) thusiasin is iinliiiiil.-.l. II.- is a n-alisl will ►at never lo.ses his perspe(-li e of ihe liiliir. -gard l.Ol l I ' Ol.C.AKJ |{()-.| ) . M -» i III n|.;tts Congressional J VCk 1LL H1J 1 ' |{ ()K siii; ii.i.K. NoKTH (IvRoi.iw Senalorinl (.l.(ili(,l l)() N HI IIKOI ' I W V-nlN..lnN. I). C. r„„..„vv men l{l) l) II) Kl IMtOll) i HK. (hiici ( (intin-ssioniil II I yo,ui- " ryr m, " r„mr In us frrsl, from ll.c U, lnu |,:,li ,ch«M l. iialur;il um-. ;iici(l.riii. .am, ' lu lii.ri .■a il . I.;u ii,;: Ini jih lim.- in Immic " {r Coinr-.il.r. " ' li(|i-.;il liuiii ua liack. I p|iplll -il in liachiii;: lii i ' rWnw ,iiiir[ u In inaiKiiMr in ll itHlM ' . Di-tiiiniii.il ami liaij;lil-li«iuar l. Iir lia a (i m|.li,|i,(l li lission al llu- Viailiiiiv. IMll.KCM " .S,.,vi;.wi (;) (vs s ,,,. Tmrk Muiiii tcriS) l ' „i„lrr(l:f.2-l) l ' ,.itilrrSliilir(l) lliiiitlnMi i !l,lSli„ ( ln„lrmi,(: Hirl, (l-:{-2.l) CiillwIirClmiwl I slw Cimrrii Chilli 2- n I ' i lnl l„rl..mnn liiiL. II fiintid " lit ' iiiiii " jinin ' r and " sluggoiiT ■•,l (;k- ll,nin l{l.3) ,imrrahit) iciiilvniirl ' .narh (t Hamlhall Club Sijiiiish Cliih fii ijji ' n ' luc Id ij mililiirv scl-u|i was n-all onix his rSuHl.T..i,s l.nishos will. 111.- T.I), lamr.l •s. Inif ht wf ' iK ' iaMv came back on (itsl hoiinii-. Il " FAT GEORGE Fontlmll (4-3) waxs .n.l.-.l in. a f.-w U ' l.ths ah. ' a.i ..f ll . ' Iiim-..uls. W In. hasnl liaskrtbnll ( I) ' Hiinillmll Chih been cx.h ih ij.lcr riiiiird. for in- and liii ' ln» ks had a grudire figlil. Siinash llnh Th..-..- .,! u- uho n-allN km.w (J.-orp ' . ' xim ' . ' ! him 1.. !»• am.lh.T ' ' ' ■ ' " ' " " ' • " .•xainpii- oi th.- .il.l sa ing. " a hu.k mak.-s ih.- Ixsl oilier. " ((■ .. thf ii-rsiililr. has shol al ami hil mon- slais llian iiost ol ' ns ha .- si-.ii. Hi- .l.-l.rniinali.m ami inlhusiasm lia .- h.-.-ii t alam-.-.l „nU l. hi- la.l in all h.- ,|...s. Di.k. ih.- alhl.l.-. l..-ra.n.- Ohio-s MighiN Mil. " hs hi- and.i.l.-xlrous aiitirs on ih.- I.ask.-I- allfoiirt. and li ia|.laininj. ' ih.- I. am his second class .ar. Di.k. he friend. I.il an in.l.lihli ' im|.r. — ion ol Iru-I. -im-.-iil . ami fi I- llowship ii| iiri ih.- h.arls ..I lli..si- wh.i km-w him. l.itrimrul (2) Sergeant ( ) l-oollmJl (4) Trnrkll) l!,iJ.rii,„ii I ;.;;._ ' 1 hij,„- ( (.(.. ' Uhlelic Heprrxenliiti (; LKN I ' KKSON 1!()I!HINS Klc.K.NK. Ohki.on ( ' .iiiiurrssioniil (:il KLt:S EIGENE ROBBS (7 viNKsvii.LE. (Jeokgiv Cimaressioniil .Irrp ramv t„ US iVuni llir « il,l uf ( )nj;..n n. .r Ic-irif; lli,- J KM ' ' gtorin " atmosi.li.ir llial cMiii.-.l liiin llinm. ' li l!.;i-l |{;iiiaik-. ,, ,,„„ (.m l.irulrnnnni) With a |iiin i..r .• .i ..(•.•aM..n he Ii.1,m-,| l,nf;lilcn our .iill.M,k . I ' isiol (3.2-1) 4 111.1 II 111 , Minor " r Ct-i ' -l) ca(lfi!iii hail l lak.- a l.ack -cat lo lii |.i l..l liiMiiin " . n-.l ci ibrter and nif:lill lillir |i :raiiiiii ; in tin- l{.( ). ' ! " .( 1. ki indliis|..Ts.malilN aii.l.Hi.-i .(». MlllUM • " " ■ CrossConiilrvil) -l.n.i.r l,i « ' ' •( ' ) lliiniir Cotniniilfr ( 1 ill ' - l.l).. I ' islnl Exiwrl ■nrs VNillM ' ,.,llMMilii-lMi. Ihrlnlai (,.n, Ruhh. ,„„„ n,,ll, uilh hw.l. xaMaliiif: I.M,k aiwl ill.- I I. |.i. -. iHiii 1 .h-lricl 11 1 lor ' ■|oiiii.lliiif; . " -CI N ' l ' lll - • ' CMilliia " s.-. ' Mieii 1.. hr ll ., ,,|H,M h. Ilir nil. ' . Ml.r a n..i-li ' . ' " " " " (■ ' ) I.iililcnimi ( ) lir. ' l M-ar. Ill- joined llir l.ri.l;;.- plav.i-. I ' r. ions iiii sii i.r t,,i i,ml linsrhall U.iauil his nalural tal.-nts will. Ii unv ,liil iv.u.r„i;,r.l I.n ' W„m,i,r(. ' ) Ii l-.. lii.lM-l-lik.d a. ng. W liri iierVia ua o i n niiw. lil- r the input. ■s drajifiiiii. ' and jiisl ■H .■Ili.i.-ii.N «a.lii-li OjJ to (jf inl sKii I Mlli liftN-loiir d.iii.iil ill om- uc.-k. " ISurk " fooK ' d wfi-i one in his coinpaiiN h coiiiiilcliiif; llii- xcar uilh till- Ifast iK rits. Sin.v llieii he has .oiiliiiiiallv rnjoNed foxiii;: lh - a adii»ii ' dejiailiiiiiits. starting with a long nsl. lliiii iiidiiij; lach coui-r with units to spare. Endowed with a sense of hiiiiior. a real appreeiation of iniisie. and eoiisideiahh- allilelic al.ilit . " Hiiek " has been " at home " in the Hoodleis. al llie liojis. or on tlwpiaxing fields. " fnipn-fromdumlmillir " " West Point, sir. " " What Ih.. : : ! " — so began Hnd " s douhle-dirtN phhe xeara. the ( .omiii ' s ion. No tiii- oli|i(r. he iiiad - 11 lorgel it e e|it when the ( iorp- ' lUD " lla.rlmll Man ( „mrn, :inh " BICK • Srr irnnt { 1 1 H,isl.,-tball(l) Fishing Cliih Clwss Club ( ) I ' i lal ti,rl.sni (led an " olli.ial " siiikoi.l or when he don hesi ll Srrfiraiil (I) l„nll»,Jm.3.3-n (•ution dress coat lor Siin.hn D.l ' .s. The nro .rhial Si. lieriiard m» r«H; (.M ' . i reeogni e gloom period- or Irmh (2-n l ' islnlSI,m,,.h,.,.l,f p Jiiltlon dress coat lor . iin ■nj ;||iip gamboling along, lie ' !■ loiida -. V genuine pajierhaiiger. loo liapp for ch. ron- !•■ knew e er one and iee ersa. I ' or something dill ' erent. some thing new. meet the wile! joSKI ' il JOHN X IIMIDI. Ii;. I|NM:MM)I,I . MlNM-UTV C.nilirs lnnnl Kicii i{i) i vRiiN scori ' W III I l I l)(, { SIII.DI). WW). W VMll M.M.N. I). C. C.mnnssional riir ,„■„, ul„. loni: Ihr sl.ns „(( Ins IkuImuIh- ;n„l ,„,! ihrin ■•.K ' ! ' . " Im l.i .In-- .-.Ml III. ' lurnl.a.k Mar iiK.n. . .r f:.lli„o ,.„u,i " li ' " ' " " " (- ' ) l.iiiiiitKiiii ( ; ) I .1 .• I II ] I .. I II II (illltiilil- Chliprl |il .- . .-I. | ' ihals.MM-. II. ' ii. .r ilia - and all. litis ..iil I Il - (,„ v .( ) ,ps. ..|.-«..ilhx loi- his l.ij;ii s.ns. ' .,1 ,lnl an. I l.. ,- .,1 -,,.,,1 U „lrwi. (.,u.h Vi-. iisi -. ,! " .■ is a man u. ' 1m.iI. iik.- an. I ns|MMl. liva.lx a s.ij.li.r 1(1 a . ' .■lUl.inan. all ( :...mnss ai. .1.. is mak.- il ..(li.ial. Dnnnnalr,! In ihr alniidilv d, ' ,n,-vil an.l . ' x .T-l.-arlnl ..f ill. ' t i . ' .l. W.sl l ,,n.l has ..It.-n sr. ni. ' .l a Chaiiih.-r ..I ' llnmiis t. In Di ' .k- CNOS. loiin iati .ii loonir.l ' rcfiiilaiit l late chapel and eggs Inr break la lJ ' .rsi ' M ' ian. ' . ' an.l ( ' ifns.i.nl i.nisness al a s proved il In liiirag. ' iitlirbn;; mIu. (lii.ini alien. Ii ' .l hnii: di; ser v n(i ll uniiorins is li ,iii w.in.h ' r his 11 ' fall gu . " ' Il„n,ln;llli N,.. , s ,„ su ' liil ' i.iu,„n„,. I ' i-I,, l,„l.- viliint: ' ' i. in l Seip in aeli.in. lie has D.-lali. ' iil r. ii.l al more angles than a pr.i- laiimi ' . V rough and rea.l ll ' IK " ,a|| Cnrimnild) Si-riivdiitd) enrl and a -hri ' wd haseliall catcher are the stories behind that " " I ' miihall il-:i-2-l) 1 « -.1 e I I -I . (■ Mi,n„ riim (:{) he u.ai-. With siiiri. ' .Diilideiiie an.l iincannx jtidgincnt (.enrgc HnsrlmlK l- ' i- -l) " , ' , ' ' „rmls 0) W„ „r •■(■■(.•!) I.i.dil-h.arl. ' .l in i.lav . .im.-r. ' an.l .lencn.lahl.- in u.uk. C.-...-. ' has W„„„ ,„„, (i ) I ' k l finish ill I hi ' iip|i. ' r ha I hat ih. ' riii anls. E(ts -iiiiiniiitnil tikciihlr. |M)Ssessor oT a n ' a.l wit an.l a real pnse of liiiinor. liill passed thniiigh lour ears with a siiiil. ' on his . IlisgenialitN uon lor him tli.- iVi. ' ii.lsliip of all uilli u liom li.- ranie in ...iita.l. II. ' uonl.i has. ' h.-.n a. a.i.pl in alhl.li.s as h. ' -as in the soiial grae.s had not iIk ' ni sl.rioiis sii.l. ' nil. ' k.pl him ffthe atlil. ' ti. ' li. ' l.l. Wh. ' ii liill l. ' ax. ' s W. ' sl I ' oiiil. Ih. ' VriiiN uili et another exe. ' iil i.mal man. W II. I.I I , Sirfirtinl (I) r.nnis(2-l) Mono rtirn (2) (.,,,,1 i;mllmll n.h.l l„rl,.,m„i 115 liiii oil lo|i «illi I lie- liiiimi lis i-olliM ' lioii r iMaiililiil I ■hail.-.- lor a r.-uular IhtiIi kr.l ..11 ,liil. Ml anli.i|. Innlrniinillv liiri ' v. Dnin ' s inlrrrsis al tli.- i: I Nari.-.l. Ili social -ra.vs an. I |.l.asiii- |.ri ■s. kn. ' , III. Nov l)lv N S T rfl.l( ( I r.,„„,,,„n •„„,„■, si.i :hii,t:i-. ' -i) llnmhrMt Mfihl Sl,„ Si uash Club risliin ( ' .lull I ' i lnl MarL.man riir voiuiiirsi ,. .1.1). nii.-i;:.-,! s.icc ' SS- IIONEST JOHN (li ' iiiics.l lit- alv al, ' III. ' ini.l.ll. ' . ! III.- . ' las Ml. " Ills hallli ' uilli ill llilijrlit ..I his s,M ' ..n.l .las (THUln.iii a liar.l (.1.1.. ' .ar uillioul L.siiij; lli.- | ...is.- aii.l s. ' ll roiili.l.ii. ' .- Ill- liroiijilil " illi liim in. in Carolina. .. Iil.--t...n.r in Sergeanl {!) tssistanl Mana i ' r I ' hinI (2) .l. ' sjiili-lyjdislike l..i .S|.i. an. I ( .li.iii. Ilis l.alll.- uilli llic (. ' j.9) .l,r(:i„l, (3-2-1) ve . In,lliis f7 nnn.l. ' .l ■nl.. ' !. ' rninns llic acr.-nl. ihc pleb.-s " ■ - ' ' . iiiii 3 a " HOWIE " Serfiecinl ( ) Caiiwru Club (2-1) SkiClubi3-2-l) Color Line {3) HitwarJlipls frnin siiitlli .il lli.- las..n Dix.in Line, down Maliania uay. ]sf t ' r Lntert-slfd in wli.-rc he ranked academieally or la. li.ail . but intercsl. ' .l in ln final goal and in liiis career, as |., ' nt lli- four x.-ars mixing ' slu.lNin- an.l .Irajrj- ' inf:. Ili lam .1 its peak SI. (.11. 1 .lass . ' ar hri r war- llie liea.l man f alerCurniml I ■1 arlii ' l. ' in a nati. nall read |.i. ' liire iiia a .iii. ' . Ilis jierseveranei har.l w..rk liav.- won L.r him a lii. ' li nla..- in ..nr .-n.-.s. ReprvavuluUie (I) Squash Club Pistol l-lxpert Out » V. . l. I. iiil.. W. ' sl l ' ..inl. . ii..w ha. I a li. ' ; itart on the niajoril . Th. ' .n. ' zu.la lri|i on lurl.. ami a mililai lttache " s pride an.l ' y n.arh hn.k. ' ii|. his l . . ' lil. ' . I.nl with ill ahilil ' Corporal {2) ( iiplain (I) itial ni.ss.-. i , , . ,■■ - . I 1. .1 I tra(lcmicCoach(3) . and a eoiuielion thai ill. ' rni lilc .an I 1.. ' I.i-al. nil! has •, ' ,,„ preparing himsi ' ir h.r a lilelimi ' joh. II. ' " 11 ni ' . ' r fail. f..r har.l i:,i,itrr (3-2) miicCoa ' Sharpshooter f KOUKKI 151 km; IT SI ' II.M W Otti MM A. I » " V ( ' .onari ' ssiontil IKON KIUK STANN I ' lUTM mii ) . Ni: Jersey Congressional I IK W I I.CII I IIOMI ' SON Ksi ' I ' oi N I. 1 i--i--n " i ' i Siiuitnriiil HOHKKI IKHSION TOWNSKM) () M. M). (Al.lKoKMV Ci ni rrssiiiiifil I ' m. It loval s,irl. l;ik.-s a hit olkunuiii - fur niir (o ,ll c, he last. Iriir Iri.ti.l li.- .an I..-. V M.Mlli.rn.r. Ii.- .uuiil- (■..iitl indoonsi.l.Taliun 1..,- ,,ll„r al.n r all .It. {■..Il.m i,,;; ln ,nl Iraiualic- 1..- ha- .l..i..- In .killlul |.a.l I...- .■n.mv ca.l.l |.nMl,i. ' l J it caiiu ' aldiii;. I n all lii i|ui. ' liii--. I ' al is a man li( . hat.-v.-r li. ' |Mil his liaii.l t. aii.l a man nIi. m ' i.j.als « hat strain max iimic ii|i .n llii-ni. r ;,»,„„ „ (.M ( i - Si ' r ii-diil ( ) (,.n,;TlOrcli,-slni(l:V I iiil,;-tir SiH-ivIv {:i.2. 1 ) " l).i,mlmrnlll a,l(l) . N ..|| (,•„,,, lllumhrnlinn slatl.l Kn.linCluhil) I ' i-iliit Shftrfislnmirr %..i.riik, kn, .-111. a Hair for sartorial l rilliani ' (-, ■nl uili lowork. Bob, all iniKJCciit, l. 111 ' a jilclii ' . and his personal hislorv ■ks lo 111.- Innc of " llial ' s nie, that ' s I. 1 ali.nii Mliilc-elephants aiul the area. III ' lion.-. {live it to Townsend — he ' ll HOB " Corporal (2) First Sergf ' anI ( ) Soccer (1-3) Humlmllh Aia i( Slim {1-2) Clwss Cliih {() C.ndt ' lChapi ' l Cluiii (i.:i-2-i) - ■ CnrnhnI ( I ) Glee Club (2-1) Pointer (4.3-2-1) Fishing. Club (I) If a niajfifi r Irial lit .n-iaiii- in all .if ll .-aiirin . Tom i j nii- man. llhoiif;ii mil on main -a a,- far above a fcagc in e i -jiurl in nhi.-li lu- |)arlii-ipati-.l. Tom has l. st a f.-w niLnids lo liii- a.-a.leinics but has alwavs man- aged III N in till- liiiiil. His gr.al.-st love is flying, and when not sleeping he is (onstantlv far aboNc the elonds. ■ ' .„ ( « ( 1 7VarA( ) Cymnasium (4) ristol Team (3) Pistol Expert (HIir nimr t„ WrsI I ' oinI ia ill.- fourlli |.r.-si.l.-rnial. (tiidie.l for a m.uilli |ili-lii- i-ar. llii-n decided the eompany was [)leasanl.-r .Iunmi willi llir goal-. Mllimigh his aeadeniic ambitions faile.l i-arlx. ( Ulii- ni- .-r lu-l inli-n-l in lliing inililarv . r in Cirfis thieti,--. ll.-ri- i- III. Ihi- IJKI |,..,m.l in-- hn ma.le us w.mder sh M- iliiln " l |ila 111.- " H " MHiail ai:aln-I Cunn-ll. •OI.I.IK " Corporal (2) Lieutenant (I) Fo, l,all (t-3-2-1) Mitnofiram (2) Hop Manafier (4-3-2-1) I ' istnl Fxpert J WIKS M.I KID 1 I I ' lloKMX. ui ()N Srnriliiriiil MILP:S LOWKl.L Vt (:HF, D()RF M)Ml (.. ()iii() C.Dnsrrssional ■■ i f .liin " l fi:,in lis ,iin ' ,r al llir I ' ni.il l. f;..iiif; oiil lor ' N 1 iir » ' oi|)s (|iia(l:- [ililic car. Sddii. likr iikiiin uI u . In- liii-il ni 1 ,-| ,i.l. ul |„a.li.v aii.l n.ll,-,l u|. in lli.- n-.l .■...nl.,rt.r ullli k. N. cT one l | ul oil aii «oik iiiilil llic la l iniiiiil.-. i l aliiio-l al«a - a i )inl or lliird xclioii man. Iir ua- I .mills of lrionillin.» «li.n llnii ' «.r.- silliiij: «.ll whU Inin mI man lo Iki - on our i(lr in an cimh l. ( iil,„lir(:iiniril.:i Hnshllmllil) C.aih ' t 1 WttJiiddli ' W W .-a P I,a.s.-.l tanious o%iligllt X in. al .N i-arinp-in c H- l.ims,- f i a hard 1.1 a com H-lcnt Icaili W a.! is . •Tlaiii to 11 • nl „ur jrrt ini lama ' s havon-. I- or I ' onrl tl l)r -c ,f(l into rank- will x. ' niion rilr.i Inin: ...mpl Ih- ua onlv a-u.lN ; :in. ' II mil, IK. II. ■ ua- . fWc rod.- Ih. ' ro.ls l..r 1000 milo to )nt at liis first meal forniation: then li. II tlie Regimental Adjutant recoj:- " remonies. Sine- tli n li.- has mail.- a drivin.; foothall.-r. a ll..l-lo.,t.Ml Ira.k r in th.- mililarx li.-l.l. Il.a.l..! lor ir •ar liis wiii s with tin- li.-st of them. .pin- tin- ..vi.li . ' .l -.•nin ..ut .;l ' hnmlr.-.l .lim. f;rav r.N.iilo our ■ j.ulton to -.. al«ax lM .rinf:. . .li.ln ' t l.oth.T him: an. I I.. sa ,• of M-plat. ' s ami li.l.- rul.-s is Inl loop. .,« [.-••s a fli.-r. ,lrr :llll,(4-3) l ' oi,„rr{2.l CwirrrlOrclirslnid) llumlrrM, MiihlSh.H l-lshitiliClllI, I ' i lul t fir .M C.iirpoml (2) C.unluiti ( ) Fnuilmll { 1.3.2) „wrn,ls(l) Cirnnnil (2) l.i.mrn.m, ( Drllillitl " 1,3-2-1) 1 Itlouuiliilr ( „mmlll ■f ( ) Sk ;-I « • .;.« tltdlllf (3.2-1) Siinilav .S. i. ,.l Tr.. hi; {3.2-1) Uaihrnir C; „l, ( ■(. ' - ) Carlcl I ' lavrrs {1.3) Phlol Murks I«ll 123 I HOW) I HKK K W M.M.K Cul N. II. 151.1 KF-. I.n V Conan ' ssi.tnnl M.BlUr McCONNELL W VKD Vl)Mii- ii.i.i:. (;i,oH(.i Con n-ssiorutl W I I.I I M W i;|) W I KIN. IH. Iln, -ION. I, XX. „„i.,,ss,„„„ i;i (;i;m; iilwd w ii.ks I Miilirc iDininl iinii- hiil if n;iI.t lia-;-- win- lim-liiif; ii lie ar.-;rs f. ' ir i;larr ..r cnii.- ..lli.r iiii ilii.r ua, al.x.i. ili.x lo.ikc. Sloriin . ' It was a roii ' li lr|i rrnm Irii-iicHv . iriili iiluali lir I f I.ma uidi an ax. raj;,- an. I - iin - visions l. -..al.l.nn. i!u !iat i ' niT l. l I. " ill.- M il.l ol ' ucadoniics In-on lil s|iiril l.i llii ■■».l .■• w,.„ „ ( r „„, ■„„ „, c ' l 7 v. . A- ( ; I lllllrl,lls {I) fe ill I ' oiif alU ihal w.ian ' l rnfasurc. H.l " . likes his i-. l I 10 Imnrs ihlvii - Kvprvsmiuiii, ailv). ImiI lor j.tlis .l.ini ' i ' IT.- ' (i ' l ami l. lii.- mar k. . ' » game w. ' IJ won. i::. in si-oro Ui- ,1k, I, I iiiid niiniiiiL -.tiiilr |. II n.mi llial li.- " s In.m CK jjna. ml III- a. iil. mi nil no -liik. ' -.inls. Iiut lols of ' ¥=? error-) IS cMil. IK. ihal h. i- i -ouiIk i ii i His (;. )Ti;ia T.ili .la s ■« ' -liil inl lii Idoo.l: al r.ili In l.aiin .1 l.i liatc Drawing and lo l.iirpitrnl (2) l.)V(- uidaJlc has ihn-.- Iiohl.i. his ». . ).. his fcinnie! . and ihc S,T i,;ini { I) x I .1 , ... • , , r„„il,„ll (I) rs. N.rs u ' kn.iws wli.rc In- gol Ins pessimistic atlilii.l. ' . Inil in this week! " n H ' ouhS t be natural without Vl ' s " D aga H.s ir. iiu I ■ ..r sol.li.TS. Texas. Ki t.i " Kverx Alhl.-t.-. " ami with ' " ' " " " " - ' [..•i i t.nt effort I.Tmnie " A " s.|na(l rope rlimlier. W itii three ears lr,t l mir(:„ „li (.; ..f e.dk-e hehm.l hwn. a. a.l.nii.-. w.-iv no |,rohl.m. iiill ha.j pie ..f tim. ' for hi lasorlt.- haunt, th.- mh. h.illi for hops an. I ,,,s an.l lor M- ' n-iiran, {2) pli -i.al .le . ' lo|ini.-nl. .■ ' Ii r.in.inli. ' r his .rilieal altilu.li- an.l I ' i-iul Slmrpslumti eoinp.-titive spirit. ulrilnstrurlurU M ilh (I niiiiiiiiiini if rjjiirl ;i •■■ (;.n. ' still al in th.- npp. ' r s. fiill-l.a.k ..n th.- .M.-.r -.pia.l. II.- walke.l seivn.lx thr.iu-h ll„r!.rv(l) ,ns and show .-.I hin.s.l f an ri ' l j ' ' ' " " ' " ' ar- with ihi- foruinla that th.- I.s th. ' T.l). kii.w of him. in iiinrr ils(n , Minor ■ " {2-l) ly ..r th.- ..Ih.r. lli.- inon- tun. ' h.- v I.I lun.- I.. sl..|.. m,„i,.i UrplmwCluh ..halant wa. ..f .l..ui, thing, .peak, .,f J ; _ _,, I irr-l ' irshlrnl (2) I ' islnl Ixnrrl ■n.- ' s eni.i.nl 1. Iiiresiieeess. VNDKI W III l)S »N WKKiKL MoNKDMV. CVI.IKUKMV SrlKllnrilll JOHN III KSr WKSTKMIOI K ClNdNNMl. Olll.. Cnniirrssinmil lf l l 1)1 MUM) W II.DrU. IK S N I nvN iM... Cm iioKMv Ir I U K W II IMit Willi VMS III M-, ii,l.l.. l. H M (■„n irrs .i ,mtl 1n,lv has „ niiislir humor .-oiiiil.-.l «illi a .Irar-lliinkinf; ■■ M) •• 1(1. II. ' i a man u»,■ »it i as a-ilr a In- l.la.j.-. I ur (..ur N.ars ' " ' " " " d ' l Srrfir„l,l ( ) l.as I..-.-,, a n ain la ..I ll., ' hiuin T.a.n. »ilh In,, .In,- a.. l a ,,„ ,„ ( ..M ' . , .„!,.,,.; { n laiiir lo all.v-l lii aliilll . MikIi oI his liiiir al W csl I ' .iiiil Ix ' i ' ii s|»iil in aininj; an I ' Mta-rutrirnlar kiKiulcil c oi ' nianv bj.Mt.-. iialnral " InN. - !,.• ■■-■Is llnnjis xwll.- Ilu- rniN f;ains rinilions aixi rapalilc uDi.M ' r in llns ( ialilornian. li„„r " r-(l ' ) If „7, " llrs N- s o,„,luaU;l ......n.M iiitif; «ill l.r niissin- l ' r-uniS.kBL(:. ri s. N,.| jn l on,. |, s lipsli,k [..■stn -an ' ,l li;:nn- .lashin-; ma,ll inl,, lanks. ,)r jnsi ,in,- l, . " n(i,-nl Marin, t. ' " cl Tan of mail Waiuiw 3J] -n,-.l l. 111,. .1 vho roalK Ttii,- Inni a , ' on til,- lln,l , ri. or insi one less Isaa Uasin " i ,-rsonalil . vors. r. i.-ml.,-r ■Poucrh,, mind andff ' I ih. ' r,. uill 1m- missinj; I. sincere in all his tiian " s " . ' nviahl.- . ' ills of a. ,T ' i Kving nJHUilion ol " Ja,! ol ' all Ira.h-s. master of " S n,.ne. " llileliei% . s,.eiall . an,l a,a,i.nn,all M has lo|.|.,-,l (:„ri,„n,l (! ' ) l.ieulvnunt (I) (ielil. " joh tf( hi- ilfHley (iix,- il to 1 " and ou nia n-sl assnr,-,l Smior (:i-2-l) .1 ,-ai.ahle hands an- ,1,- he |.rol.l.-rn. Tnn-h.xin, .iimmillve. Clminmm ( ) ittN.h,-,-,m,-,alsnn,l,-rm-athlhis,-M,-ri,.rasl,-a,h an,l lh,.ronj:hl ll«i.(:,m,miurv(:i.2.l) ■ DmIrrlirSmirlv. •,l,-r,-.l min.l. W - that lia .- known him l,.,.k l,i him lor an .■xanipl.- U-i.,.,,,, I ri„„„„.„ .ll.-a.lershij. n ilh ilvnenitions nj Uw liizv. m,-llou lra,lili,.n ,d ' ih,- , lUtli b -hin l him. { ' rank sas ,l -l -rinin, ' ,l l, l, llou in lii,- | his predecessors and lo h,- «, rlh of ih,- f;l, ries ,.f lli,- Ian Won. The man an, I r,-al IVii-n,ls h,- ha . an- sil,-nt l,-stim,ni siircess. I na-snmin ' . ine,-ri-. |iosM-ss,-d of a li ditin ' h, •ank will Ih- mis ,-,l al W .-si l ' ,.inl. Ser iranl ( I ) F.mtlmll ( 1 1 Dinlrrii, S„rirlv{.n ill ,ll I ' M WILLI V l. ' I)i,( Ml H. (;i;..K..iv CXHILK W ILLl WiSON. .IK. Dm i, -. Tkw- (: ,n::ns-.l ,niil •■(( illi,: " l,„Ui„iiln.m ihv ,lrrp S„ulli ullli a ,mv kncu Ir.l;;,- " Wl 1.1.1 1 " ' klial hr u;.nl.-,l. Ik. h.l.l a.a.lc-mic rank laralp-.v,- llial ,li i,li..i; ' ' 7! ' " " _ ' " uli.-n- " ■sll|.- li(•k ■ " r.-aM ' lo r ass.-l aii l lMi-,mic lial.llil i.-. I ' isi.,1 Mmh ' . ft hv «a al«aN ivadx ( | ul u u..ik a l,l.- ami m.iuuiIi ,,uI MlU ' Diii ' clsi ' ' .- (lilliciillirs. ( !ui|» S(|iiail.-- w en- hio miihIi «(iik lof Ini. l).il Ik- ua aluavs a -...mI man I., lunr ...i ..ur i(l.- In Inlia- liral sports. Mis . rk Ikt. ' so nmII ,I. iu ' . liiMno Ins ronliinir.l LcCH ' SS. 1 l,„l, i uili, ino.i ullns ,■., !!,■-,■ ,-,lu, ' ali..n an.l cN.-n t. r; (» n-,.,ll. .. I,..l„l . I ' l,l,.yar hr iri. ' .ilacro M-o.ilx lo fin.l It loo ninih liki uork. naUiral line. li ' y,n[ his lirni- lioriirif; ,„,„sv,.( Onr .liil i iy a o,„|-naljin-J ( i ark Mounlain.cr anix.d W.sl I ' oinl. l .nr s.-u.s l,r .ntt i a lr,l an .noni.ons an.l %a. illr.llon ol CrivrKl lfr «a- a |ii . iiiiHrij: j.Mianl on llic loolhall WW ( ;-.M ' . ) ... ,. I I . Monogram (3) i-am ,..,t.l a knr,, ,n|U,N xrarln,;: xrar .ans-.l Inn. lo n-N.-rl lo rnuk oarlnn- ih.- t.l.lM . Ilr ni.l ara.lcmics »illi ll.r sain. ' I. ' isnrviv Honor Commilirr (I) (:n,lr,(:i,n,,rl :hoir(l lal III ' in. ' Tor Woo.li.. u.. «ill .n.nlaJlN Ihin-. ' ls.-al W. ' sl I ' oini ii. ' i ' rnan. ' iil seal al lli Main. I ' lsi,, l„rl.si i i " Chill I ilKHii fiisl siiilnr lit hrarl u»r llion iils I th th.- (irsi [..-.•.• ,. .,r | iin,;i. I ' Inl i...|Nallv al .as.- in a l...al or a ction room. V.a.i.-mi.s liav.- n.-N.-r worrii-.l him. W illi lli. ' .omiii cow M-ar h.- f. ' a . ' n| lli.- r.-.l .-omlorl.r lor " " s.|nail .r.i - untr ami Ira.k. I ' amon- lor In- ii .-. non. ' . ! u- will .m-i rg.-l hi- ni.Mnin- iamhor.i-. H.al o(h.-.r mat. rial llw uil.-. •Pllll.- Srniinni ( ) V m .(J- ) ( r,l s Cniinlrs (! ' - ) M.ulrl liri.l,,, ,• CInh fislnl Morl.sm m i r n i:i) i{i) i. w m; w ki(;ii r Gili- t)N (iii , 1 1 1. 1 Mils (jiiifircs io l.,i,lr„ii, C.Hirli l riii,-.rnliiiii ' I „( :..■■,. D E U 1 l A S ! li: M n i ' M ■fc K ' Ai 1 lllTl ' i " . MM liilNNELL, WILSON, STUART, BONHAM, BROWN. WHEEI.RR. P. «., VAN DUYN, LANE, A. I... IIIKK " (ml . KCIHERTS. FREEMAN, GRIFFIN, DEMPSEY,SHELEY.WRI .1IT. KINi;. n VMS. N.. BERENZWEIC. II ;i NEK. SVYI.KR. « M.TERS, BICKNER, WVIIE. SMITH. WILISOIKN. Ill Kit. WILSON. I.INN. PITTS. BROOKS. lOTE. VNDEKSON. K U SWORTFI. NORTIIHOI ' . KKII m SO . HATI.K-i . UOOI). Ml VMK.K, SKHKST . HOC VN. I 1 KRS. Kl KKVER. TRINTER. BUTLER, , LEWIS, DANFORTII, .iiKR. srnLosBEBi;. ■■;::■•., ii- " " " ;;;i? ' ii{i j: , Hill " : " :... ;|i ' ' III ' I ' I " ' Miif ' i ' , ::i ' I ill!!!! ■■ ' i l k ' ' ' :i;;:::: ft i -1! Ill Pi. iiUrU lM VI I . I V l . I 1 TI KK. U M.KKK. Ml I M. Ml N( II. ;VI .N T. MC :c HI). NKIII.. Ill I.IIK . I ' lKK IDU. I KMMHIT. MOK. I XMI.V . H II.MN- N. -1 UK V Ml ' . IK V. Ill l S. I I-.. M VDISON. Kl MPK. HDI.ItKH N KSS. MC DOWEII.. BHHE. lEXKY. 1 1N K.I,I.. VltKl,. MI.PMKII K. H U.I.. r)K IIHOCKE. NKI.SON. N VYI.IIK. I KTIV. I k. Zl IIOV. STEELE. SIIEKRII.I., HII.SMIN, «1I1TTEM0RE. E VM . liKOHN, ALLEN, FREDEHIOKS. ItlCMARnS. ElLSON. MC CVLLVM, «II1T KER. CON ARTV. KTT?. REIMI M.TEU. THOMPSON. DVLA. COCHRAN. STOCKTON. CRA(;(;. S « YER. BIBBV, GKICE, MYRTETl ' S. YIELDING, SCOTT, TALBOT, DEAL. SCHRAMM, MALONE, IM tTY. I.ILLES. Kl LLER. MAC MILLEN, BLOl NT. JONES. JVCKSON. FOl LK. INGHAM. FRISBE. MII.I.MORE, JIEAD, STICvNEV, MC CABE, COLE. DAVIS, BENSON, EVVEY. liXRRETT. CVRSDN. :;ii -:;;iii " ' •• ■•!;;:: ' " " MiI " ' ' ' " ' iiii, il miii " Lm " " ' I ' • ' ' i ' li ' iji ' :. " " " ' Mill ' ' III ' ' I II.,., : 4 A ;:«lllli!!l|;i;i.; 1 ! ' ::;|1 fUI I ' if U) „,r,rl Ihal X ■ rxrr .1.. ju.li.r l. Ihc iil. ' M.or;.!.!. ' N. Mr ,mM rn,M,.|, if.- r U: r r ,nu; li..« |,, t;,k.- niir |il;.r,-- ;.. | r.i.l h..ii- an.l n ' .| .jhihlir. thai aiv a |,arl . I n,.kra ' -rrlv h.NNanI llir iMlMr. ' . vvrlik.- Inlln„k ..I ir ( ..r|. . Im.v, to ou lliat i.I. ' Im- V, ' , .1 111. ' " I irM Hall " " N..ul.l .,.rn.m.-,Mlian....Mililarv l„.„o,- an,! a,,,,nT,al.. ihr u-, ,nll,-,,a l..l„l.. «.■ A I I J. ■ m ' W» M c f- It A lit IT TIN. TKIMMKH. I.Kl l— . SMITH. I . M.. im. . IIVltrKK. lIKNDKItSIIN. FII " I.K1(, n l,TI)N. (KS. KI.VVN, CM M)I.KI(. I ' VKSIIN. CISIIMXN. HVHK, IIIII.I. M , STKVKNS. au;f.rmissen, IKIKKMVN. STRECKKK, 111 i.inc, hines. r.K. H MAKKE. MOMIIW, TRIIM-. nE TIIEKS. V. I K. Ill ETT. ' ' ■i:Siiii;i!ii;; ' i " ;|iir;ii i ' ' ;;:? ' ' ' ::-?;:! 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IM) Cadet (.iiiiliiin ( ati hki. € O 31 P A Y C O M f A Y 1 ciTi fffrBinf iWiinii I imrri ' i Wi, 110 dominates two areas and has the best plebes? ho has a Tac (leservedl (hd)bed " Dustv Joe. " a Company Commander known as ' ' knobby, " and all around the spoon- iest crew in the Corps? Who can stand up-right in a pup tent or hide in the grass at parade? Who suffers the greatest by the Cadet Store ' s one-price-for-all clotlies? Who drags the most beautiful girls yet squawks the loudest? Who claims the intranuiral teams which fight the hardest? Who has the Company spirit which is strongest? The answer to each of these is the same, the men of " F " Company! Who says so? " F " Company! SAY, CAN YOU SEE, BY THE DAWNS EARLY LIGHT, WHAT SO PROUDLY WE HAILED AT THE TWILIGHTS LAST GLEAMING; WHOSE BROAD STRIPES AND BRIGHT STARS, THROUGH THE PERILOUS FIGHT, OER THE RAMPARTS WE WATCHED WERE SO GALLANTLY STREAMING? AND THE ROCKETS RED GLARE, THE BOMBS BURSTING IN AIR, GAVE PROOF THROUGH THE NIGHT THAT OUR FLAG WAS STILL THERE; OH, SAY, DOES THAT STAR-SPANGLED BANNER YET WAVE O ER THE LAND OF THE FREE AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE? ON THE SHORE, DIMLY SEEN THROUGH THE MISTS OF THE DEEP WHERE THE FOES HAUGHTY HOST IN DREAD SILENCE REPOSES, WHAT IS THAT WHICH THE BREEZE OER THE TOWERING STEEP AS IT FITFULLY BLOWS, HALF CONCEALS, HALF DISCLOSES? NOW IT CATCHES THE GLEAM OF THE MORNINGS FIRST BEAM; ITS FULL GLORY REFLECTED NOW SHINES ON THE STREAM; ' TIS THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER! OH, LONG MAY IT WAVE O ' ER THE LAND OF THE FREE AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE! AND WHERE IS THE BAND WHO SO VAUNTINGLY SWORE, MID THE HAVOC OF WAR AND THE BATTLES CONFUSION, A HOME AND A COUNTRY THEY ' D LEAVE US NO MORE? THEIR BLOOD HATH WASHED OUT THEIR FOUL FOOTSTEPS POLLUTION; NO REFUGE COULD SAVE THE HIRELING AND SLAVE FROM THE TERROR OF FLIGHT, OR THE GLOOM OF THE GRAVE— AND THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER IN TRIUMPH DOTH WAVE OER THE LAND OF THE FREE AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE. OH, THUS BE IT EVER, WHEN FREEMEN SHALL STAND BETWEEN OUR LOVED HOME AND THE WAR S DESOLATION; BLEST WITH VICTORY AND PEACE, MAY THE HEAVEN-RESCUED LAND PRAISE THE POWER THAT HATH MADE AND PRESERVED US A NATION! THEN CONQUER WE MUST, FOR OUR CAUSE IT IS JUST, AND THIS BE OUR MOTTO, " IN GOD IS OUR TRUST " ; AND THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER IN TRIUMPH SHALL WAVE OER THE LAND OF THE FREE AND THE -HOME OF THE BRAVE! f i m UK 4 OLORS ■■ffV,- ■:....jiSf mmi4 ' r •« . 1 -yn o " P- (» lli;S ' XNc ;iir ;ill.-.l ill llir j: |.naliirr l ni . iii-; of our Ihiiik.r IriiiKls: Ixiaiix- u far as sluliirr i foncrrmd. wr air llic siiiallcsl men in tlu ' (iorjis. Bill lilllc men sotiHliiiics Itavi ' ln r i(l ' a : ours in " i, " ( io lias hccii (-oo|Mralioii. Ml classes have workt-d lo- f. ' rlliir lo iiiakr lliis Itiisincss orii iii lo rcllirr a sin-iTsslul anil a |ilca anl one. W «■ point wilh |iri(l ' to iwo iliin ;s dial this alliliiiir (of villin ;ni ss to lirlp) has a« ' -oni|ilislic(l: llii line morale ill our roiii|ian anil llie many fasl frieiidsliipH we have made lo last throu rhoiil our Arm Hervi«T. I I i 146 i (iilHaiii .]. H. Ciioi.miiE Clllrl Cinluin Wk itdi ' t ( ji titiin Hi CM 1 COMPANY V, ___ h.mimMmMm M (iCI.KI) ,m„,i:In ;.| ||„. ,n,»-ro;..l ,,1 W a l.injrt,,,, ll ll ;m.l Nurlli na iii.l rliii ' in- lrM;„io...|N |u il.r -oli.lari I N ..ICIkiimI Mill. ||„. lMrn..k ..I II (...iM|,;„n lorn, a lr..ii-li„|,| ;,M,I a l.a r of „,Mralio,„ I,,,- ||„- .•x.-nipiar aiul lli - l.ia .-. W.-n.- [..n.lralr.l ih,- rnrnii.lai.i.- a.a.lnnic iiii.- an.! vnIiIi ImiI 1, • .•a ualli.-s l.avr rslal li.s|„..l a lai man liilhrr ami liiilli.r. W.-v,. Mianaf:.-.] I.. |.arr su.v.-ssfuIlN llir a% alaixliin r assaults of llu- Imti.al Depart- ni. ' Ml. W ilh IJK ' lasl.- .,(• itilranniral viclori.-s in our iiioiillis and our -ll.ous Mu.lj:iiif. ' ih.- Drill Mr.am.r. i- il iidir xvoii.l.r llial s,- liii.l o rnaiix .in ioii .v • m| .mi ii- xvI.o niar.li l .-liiii(l tlir " 11 " ' ( ;oiii|ian liaiiiHT. ' ' i J Cldrl („l,l,llll I.M I ( ' .aptain J. E. Lamii COMPANY .i()ii (:l. ION i) is. IK. () i ilii). I ( III i:ri (Jiitfircs.sioniil .hid, has llir ilislinrlinn ..1 ' l..ing one of th -t « ilil kiinwti mill in our ila». His iiinisuj ,MT-u,K. ilx aiKl guo.l liiuMor Iku. ' uoii him a lio t Irirn,!-, lark i- a r.-al ,-ol.li,-r lor hi- Uxiii I-.n... at . u..- an 1 hM,-,-. - a hol.hv hr ha- ih.- lm.-[ .-..ll,., tionol nli(|uc liroaiiu- in llii- i-or| s. 1 1 iir can ijcl li !.■ : an. in.l a l oi , ' Ik ' vNill Ih ' a u.-lrom. ' a.l.lilion ( iiili-l iinil. 1 • .. [2.. H. ' ■ ' ' " " " " : vnaBit III eatliti- ipfriiiaii. Ifli.-,-. ,,.,: as in his itiiliisa; p|iliriiisiii w aiaili ' iiiir sloriiis. Hciiij; an r -n( ' « - , ni.inlMT ..I 111.- D.-halinj; Su.i.lN. .-x- ,- ,..• ..t a hislnrx maim- in ( iullr e. Kd ■Irinrril «lii ' n it came to ail siihiccts. I ' .-al.lr |nTS(.nalit ami li.■k-t )-il-i n.•s hi hut allain his ainliition. C ' liidl. Jun-loiinii. : l-naliin-,1. ail-aioiina " ' IM.ll. Mils. .loun s.iulh Sdccer (t) h.iid.r. H.si.l. ' s s.lliiif. ' Soiilh iii.ii.a to us. iiis. ' Ih ' batins Societv (2-1) ,.,.,,,. l-ishinu Club (I) lonnd lime to pursiii ' anil .xci ' l m his Imliliii ' s debating, dragging. slaiii|i inil.iliiij;. ami writing lett.n-s. Kor it is a Nvell .■stalili h..l la.l liial h. ' n. ' N.-r los.-s a .lehal.-. aUvaxs .hags |,r.. xn. ' .li.in-l r.ali .- til. re were so many pretty Senoritas in the Stales — is th.- proud possessor of ten thousand stamps, and s.-n.ls an.l re.viv.-s slacks .)! I.Ml. ' r . W .■ «nl say ■■.r.)...l-h .- " t.. Mik.-. rath. ' r l.-l ' s sa Unslo l i I isla. (,n hhirh I ' riilnv. .Iul ' VA. th.- Kngin.-.-r- droppe.l in .iiir lap a .liiihhN. goo.l-natnred lad of seventeen. II. ■ w a not iIk ' .msn .g. ing. indiffer.-nt .hap h.- app.-aiv.l. lor in- f;o...l humor .loak.-d an in- ,|„niilahl.- l.iia.ilN uhi.h -h.m.-.l ils.-lf in lii h.ur- yar haltle for star,- ami the I ,ngiii.-ei . II. ' I. -I ih.- tars hut now he g.xs hack l. th. ' i;iii:iii. ' .i a Uss ears .)l.l. ' r. a v p.iiiml l.-an.-r. anil uitli a L ' r.at d.-al mur.- " Vpi r. " •1 l ' JMk " Srrfiranl {D Snimmiiifi (4) I ' istal (3) liijle (2) i ' Mgimvr I ' lmllmll timhmiv Cimcit (t-.i 2-1) Chi- Club {3-2-1) Kunilmllh Mfihl Shm- (! ' - ; 1 Vv „Mi Ch.h CiNwm Chih (.7i.-ss (.7ii . .s li Club Pistol Sliarpslwtttrr JOHN W IN I IIKOI ' HARNKS Duri.VM). ()|{i;... N Scniiliiriiil 151 %■ - ' -J ' -: w ' m; i.i;i)N ni) hmm Inni V M;. Ind.vnv Svnuionul li iiyiic iirrinil iii If c i I ' oiiit at ' tor sorvinllBfl lliri-i- M-ai- ill llir ri-j:uiar ariii .His cxpfiirnri-- llicri nil iii. ' ,iui(h hi. natural aiiilitx.hav.- Ill li llii- iil-laii(liii r 1111-11 i r iiur class. lniliHirrnl (■J ik. h.- lia- Ihtm l,ij:l, ..,1 111.- iiiak,- liM r..r ihi M-ars. - a uil,-. tl,fn- 1- iK.ii.- « hu .an l..-al iilii Hi- -.-Ilia! .Ii-|».-iliuii. lii- uillinpi,.-- I., a.-.-.-f n-slM-ii-ilMhlv ail, I I.. Iw||, III.- man l..-hiii,l. Iun - ii.a.J lis cajii-r to kiiciw liiiii. I UK. (.IK Cir mrul (i Captain (1 iiaikmic Coach {t-S ' i InstniclorO nlfcalle i .H. c-r (J slut MtirksiiiO ' Uolose Ml,, ' . II. uuix hr U.li. I.. Il.r lu-s thai i xuU .B. has .• avs un ihr ! „. al ax, lla hii,. . h.ssiiif: a ,h.-.-,rMl NM.r.i li.l! 11(1 his i» n coriK ' i ' hi (li ' II. Thai i ' iiir sdis inuii idliis |)( ' rMinali( I his adaptahilit). V loii-: ilhii-ss cause.! a Near and brought liiiii l. our .■las al ; of yarling ear. hut «. ' f ii. ' x.t Lit ,-r lM-l..ng.-.l K. an .lass hut ...ir.-. ig |).rs.tnalit . (.iiri i rnl (2) l.i.;„onan,il) Itasrlmll (I) Sncrrr (1) I IMngClnhiD ,-,. Mnna irr (4) li,-n vnUrvd ihr trmlrmv a youngest ineiiih.rs .)r the ila s. iiu l ambition is t.) «.ar stars .)ii ih.- sIi.m versatile in mam (i. ' i.is .if s|i. rl al hi ing and golf. Mis .)iil .akri.s or greatest asset — is liis " uiia.ifnl " oi lenime-s ,,h..l.. has a.l..rn. ' .l hi. I...k. [.opular silh th. ' lair s.x. h.- is .■.,i,allN .ir sithout a " dra};. " Ml N Sir irdiil (I) lioxi,, (7) Motlrni I ' rnluMih l-ainlrrCunlnlml, Di.ll.rli, S,„,rM " Easy ( ' ,s.s(( i tiiiii:iht. hi.- h.M.k .k lik.- «.■ hit " ' " i ' " : " ,.„„•• .„.av in... Charll,. ,1 l.,» ' .■ ' " ' " ' • " ' U ' ) ' ■ ■ " SiT teanI ( ) ,l.sk an.l s..|tl.. .jovMi r,,r an , .ning hunibull (t) iiiiiiruls {4) r tall sli ri -s. l ' r.- ions .-a r at .•.)ll.gf ma. I. ' a. a- ll„-,h„ll (1-3-2) „n,rrah ( ) l.-mi.s al 111. ' I ' oini a l.r.-.z.-. I ' atr. lling ill.- .)ntl!.ld Major " I " (3-1) (iymmislirs (i) iiiiivmls (t) ol ill. ' rm t.-ain di.l n. th.r.-t oK.harli.- ' right al..ng «ilh ll han.ll.- things tli.- . a hang i - I.. .Ir in l.r.-.v.- ,11 1,. ' h.-x-. Ili al, X uill out him a.r.,: V.» llllyl! Clllh I ' i liil Shiiriisliii (m r a:s hkkhv yr. L.,1 I-. Ii--s. ( Ki ( ' .(infinssiiiiKil 153 I WHS (M)i)M(i hi(;i{i;k I ' .DMoMi. ()ki. ii()M ( ' oiifin ' ssioniil Udiing hern s Trn l(iys Idle n-|»irlin to Beast Barracks. .Mm ha- hail a dilliciill tim.- making asst ' iiihly cvit iiiir: ho M (r. hi- ha- al a - hi-.ii on hatiil lo lakr aii " uiiii- " to hil| duI lil- da— malts. • :..n-.i,.nli..M-i..— . tlinllinr-. -hs n. — . ami ..h-lina.-y an- all .iiiahli.- thai ,li-lm::m-h Jim. Mlh-.u h M-.-m- iii;:l Imlill.-n-iil Iw Iri •-. hr ,ai-ri.-(l im a i-.-;:iilar ,-..rn- ,M.M.Irnr,- uilh a mimh.r ..f h-mmlii,- a,li Vcailrmi.allN aixl larLK-uli in- rankrd m ihr lliinl of hi,- clas a ifitTi onlv rNi onahii- ililiicull (■.,.,, u,r„l r2) Livulrmmt ( ) ■ " vj I I liitfnmii fjxhmu nim (. .(» y l),f«,te (t-3-2 .S(iift y) .V " " ' Trmher (2- Mr tradvmic ( oodj tracouiitei I ' islul Sharpshoom ■ ■ , K 0«l ,Joiitofa ■; |f tiial m , iiililer blaii d. Ifon U liy D y-insl On lirro nilion Ihn plrl., ' svixv. I. .■...• " .hi.. l.i:« N jascil out ot ' a |)io|iril ;iil jusliil collar ami scciii ' liiir[i fcii M ' tual Miiikl. Naiiisli. ' .l Iriiin lln- iriiiil t I ouldcr l.la,!, . ■I ' Imiu-Ii iIh- lVl. u; iiicd. l.iMi?! tiiclloHcil his iif;i(l |icis(Piial ( ' (licicncv iiplx l. iiiaklni: himsrlf likcahlf. .-....(MTalivr. Ipfiil in siiorl. a gciuliiiiaii ilh his classmates. Jm((i« Iis encountrrs « ith ihc IM). m cr ((iiilinuetl lumbler lossiiig in tiic nu ' ss hall kept us snickerinjr. hnl ihoiiKl a j i)int of roguialions he in doubt, the er went U|( " Vsk I.eon. he knows. " Kansas City hn ' ,1 an.l en,lou.-,l «ilh the smiling jovialit common to the Soulherners. Holie has won main friends and thrilled nian feminine hearts with that smiling eounlenanc.-. One c ' ar at Detroit lni ersil helped liim con.p.er West I ' oinl academies and left room loi- pliiit of amours and fishing— with the usual lishermans hick. Mis rahi.l lo all to the luckless rmy eleven and his inleri-st in all West Point activities revealed an in.- hanstil le suppl of both loxaltx and inl.iot. ) oil ((iiildnl miss I hm houming along in •Moiii;- (Airporal (2] Lioutenant (i ; Travk (t-3) (:n,.s(:„„n,rv(4) I i-.hinu(-h:l (2-l) I ' lsliil Marhsman ■DON- Sergeant ( I ) " E " Co. ' s ranks, hut it «as much harder to miss his , „ , , ., i tooilxill (4-3-2-1) trood-humored nature and IrieiidU laugh, lii readv Monogram (2) SkiClnh wit and fier spirit made him wiicoir: ' always. Huntlnilih Mglu Sttuiv cademieally, Don was of the .chool ihal h.hexe. " that a miss is as good as a mile, flahli- or scrioii . he DOWKI.I.V I ' M 1. UOi roN Oak I ' m(K. Illinois Ciinfircssiondl 153 |{()S I |() I ' lKI l{() HON SS( W Ml, W i;sT iii(.iM V Coiifirc.ssiiiiuil liiinny liiis llir ilislinrtiaii ( ii ' in j, one of the smallest and youngest iiifinbers of tiiir class, albeit one of the most intelligent. Stature has not hindered Himny. Mis verbal tomahawks ha e oil, ii l ll;inkers on llieir liii-U. His friendliness. «iniiril . loii-irva- lisni. and his entliusiastic inli-n-l in ixlra-iiirricidar a.-livilie have made hi ass .eiali..n uilli u a most [,l.a-anl ainl lrca-ntv,l „ ..■. W ■ k.u u ihat hi- suc- illlHLa A inark.d a. his work " Bl NNV ' ■Li 1 L L-. Muiia er ( J - CmIot Line { I (2) ' (l) lis(s((m Maiw il. Ildthrv (3- ) (0 t.3.2) ( ) Chess Club {3-2-1) yOimera Club {3-2-1) tion Ctminiittee (3-2-1) ' lay SrIuMil Teacher (2) iilir Chapel Actilvir (I) I ' islal Marksman fib fe »■ Plivsical fill riital k t fc cteml UripHo: pfJ his I Imnl iloH t cliosen [ ilin; villi 156 BINM Mil.;. m-u r, » V . n ,;s ,jm( i,i;. ii„n,l-,uiliur,L " Uuslrr " ' •HI STKK " puts his 1h 1 int.. .• ,TN j..l. thai r.Mnrs liis uav. , ;i, •,,» ( ) l ■ ■ ' lluiutrrMi Main A PIn-i.al lihu-. i a i.n,M,rlatil lo ■■HusUt " as C l .SA (.7h (! ' - ) Ill.-nlal il( clu|irii(iil. Inr on iiian allcniooiis llial l-ishiniiCluh (1) his (•lassmali (l ili l Ic ' " lioiiinj; red coMiloilct " he trip| c l ulT |. the h mii. ■■|{ii l i •■ un(|iifsli( iialil pn vi-(l Ills ili ' Noliiiii to llii ' ariiiN uliiii he calmlx turiK ' d (|.. wi a ilian.c lor iuon i»- slar.lom lo follow his chosen profession. His loyalty and sinceril in dealing with people have won him many real friends. i li.ij , added spark of Dislinf nishnl hv his suulhrni rourlrsv and " " » lospilalitN. Rol, will |„. n-.n.-.nlM-re.l as ll..- n.rson ' " ' " " " ' f- ' ) n niak.- anv ' » 7 n» • .•.. i-l ' , fiathenng a success. Neither the dan.-. ' Il...,r. n.ir „„,,;,.,( -.M ' . 1 " flirtation. " was .-.(nipl.-te willioiil " L.ir.l Cji.s .. . W,m, i,-, ( ..M ' . ) field. " We als., a|.|,r.Mial.-.l his ahililN 1., linisl, th.- j..l. em.ienllM ihisahililv ...upl.-.l with I h..r..nf:hn. s u. n r.irhini r.-c. f;nil i.)n l) tli. Tacli.al 1 ).-partni.-nt. C.-ntl.nian. Iri.n.l. an. I l.a.l.r Mol. i- a Irn. ' nr.Mln.t .,( th. ' h.tfr S h. Krniprr Mililary Srl,„„rs |M.s ihl.- -.n.ral •|U(;K " he.-anic a snr. ' thinj: wii. ' n l!u.k l. ' fl his lin s.h.iol l..r (.„,,„,„ (i ' ) .. • .,■ . ( iinlain ( ) W.St I ' onit. Ili wnirnnf: Mnd. ' . his a.K i,.-. an.l hi ,.,„„s ( M.- , •Kan asslorn|. " w.rv alu; .Stn.lv in. i.-..-»hilK „„l,n S,h,H,l Tvmhv id n. w an.l th.ii. Ii.- d. ol.-.l his lini l. " " s.pia.l l.rnns an.l l. h.inf; hop nianapr. Oiimm Cluh {:i2) (.he r »ns cam. ' lo liirn naturallN with. Mil .Ihirl. for four years h.- wa a f;.iill.niaii. an.l ah.. .- all a goo.l wife. I) l,i; KLDON IH CM AN CiivM ri:. KVNSVS Ihmnr SrhunI This siiutlurni ' r liiiil his sl;iriiiisln ' s uilli the Knglisli Department and the T.D. itli oiil a l " .« .leinos to -. ' .. until foundation. ' ' Watah " buek.-.l M|. an,! u.nl -ix «.-.k uIiIlmH a Mujlle drui... Ked I. r lM,|,r ,na.i lor ll„- lu-M two xea. . Tlia.l linally nlim|iii-lic-,l lil- " ' -[inrt " lor liainlliall ami r-kiinj;. n ard.ril ti-li.rman a rriodciii Derii -lli no liase- liall tati lician I the Do.ljrers a eonnoi-Mur of Ipjoiiile- C.-ori;,- a a jaik of all trades. ■Ill l)- S ' r iiHtnl (I) AulomMli ' C.nmniittee (I) Fishing Club {2.1) Ski Club (2.1) t Wiopla Hhlol llxpen „|,|„ti fionfeniii (;i:()i{(,i; in M) iu ck. ik. ' r IHI. . 1 isslssll ' i ' l ( ' (ini rrssioiKil ,1 MI S I l) ll M) HI CKI.I ■junv Nl n nl,K ( ,.„ n-. ,inm,l Gill Jim passrss,-. a hiuh srnsr .l ,I, ' .v..,n ;m,l T KKT-TW .I.Tunnn. hut ln iiKil.ililN I.. |.. ' ak in a leu l..n.- ..f :- l oml (2) ' S.Ti.™m( ) lalicl him " Twcil- Sunilar Scliuul Tvurlwr (2-1) C.U r, «ill, a -...Ml sincrii. " x..i.-.-. I..- n.-v.-i lirphne C.luh {3-2.1) l-isltinaClubd) ski(:i„h(2-i) thinks hiins.ir a .■..nlirrii. ' .l l.a.li.l.ir. ImiI ..lli.rs Clwird) ail.Ml K. plajin.- m «ilh il nnIhI.- .iiioNiiif; [..■li.-v.- thai 11.- uill .N.-iiluallN h. ' " .•.■.I.d in " I Bostiin r. ' inin. ' . Th.- Vir ( !.)i|is is joilnnal.- Ii ac.| Jim ' s s. ' i-N i.fs ami iiil. ' ljiiicnce. Hud dnnr in jn.m nr .Irrsry. a.nl «.nl HI l ' rinhl t.. ..nr h.-arls. s aca.l.ini.s .am. ' t.. him uilh C-rporal (2) Siiii[)ly Scr lcdfit ( ) little .IToit. h.- Nsas al Na s uillin In i. in an luini linsrlmll {t.3-2) ,. .. . . .... .... Dvbuliiie SiH-ivly ..I .a.l.-t niaxat,..,.. h.- ,1 hnll s.-..,..n „r has, ' - (.j. ..?.,) hall ;:a n. ' . i;,,ui,,,M-.l uilh iniliatiN. ' . a fin.- s.ns, ' ..f fi hingCluh iuiiti.)!-. anil ih.- ahililN In lliiiik. sji. ' ak. an.l ait for hi.ns. ' ir. hi ' is lnll iiualilii ' il lur i rirmilihiin: -u.ll " uili- " " an.l a j:i....l man I.t ihi ' Vrmx ri ' ;;arilli-. i.C Ihi ' hran. ' h thai -.. him. ( • IIS rriurnil,rr llii ,s.|uaf. ' -jaui ' .l .hai- ■JOK- with thi ' hi-, hn.ail -tin. W .■ lik. ' .l his si.liil. .-imir. ' Corporal (2) Livulvnanl (I) .tiltfrlisiiix Manager lii.ni.r Ki ' i.n ' M ' ntaliM ' . Ili ' rna|nr.ii m ililialm- tin- ( ) ' 111. 1 Ili 11.. Honor Commillrv (I) Viail.-m.i ' |{.,anl an.l hail .nun- an.l hitt.r CaM CMp l " li ' .h. ' .ts than an ..I ih. ' I ' . llli..u " h h.- u..r-. ' tin.-. ' Choir (1.3.2.1) .lca,l,micC,Hicli(3.2.1) -iu on hir. I?-!-..!). ' , hi ' -|(i ' nt hallhi timr I ' uarhin- Vw,, U.ir .wfi.m ..Ihirs. Ill ' uill I,. ' r. ' mi ' tnh.r. ' .l h. ' l f.-r hi- -i niaj. un i ' l(isli wavs. .lOSKPII I )K(; N CANNON. .IK. Sw J ' mMisi.o. (! i.iK( HM ( ' .oniiri ' ssiiiiiiil 159 CI K ' llS l ' i;M)l.i: ' lnN CM llloKN St. I.oi I.. livs,„ 1,1 ll„nn, (■ -», Miiifih-tl mill till- i ' . i)n-ssi ,it ..I li.. k wliioh Juiii|i wore when he foiind himself a part of « vie , inilitfiire on tin- moriiiii ' ; of July ]. I ' ):i7. «as an irrepressible smirk llial ha- n. . r Kfl liim. In spile J of minor cris.-. -m( li a- ai. a palroU. llin.iii;li(nil a .Irx run i lrl,, ' v .-ar an. I u- lour lor rrr,,r.l ul,,r|, luiv l .ll.. .-,l. juui|, ha- alua - luuii.l -iiurllnnj: I.. 1m- at l. ' a-t m..tu.iilarllv liappx al.uul. n.| o -hall it U:mlinluuluw k I6n i» w II) I HK (I (,i:i ' I ' l Mil muioi (.M. lvini vMi ( ' .iiniin ' ssioiinl Srr tronl U) md sufces? in all undcrlakings told us that he applifd l ' M«ii vvr Football tthole-hcartodlx iho ma- =- " ' ' ■ " ' ■ ' -• ' ■ ' ■ ' " ' ' ( " In I ' liiil ((■ 1(11111(1 (I nidii a iiu ious, brilliant, and sincore. His fine auad n conscicn- " I ' OSTI.K The reward of one liii lo I ' nlfill anollier. " In traek. sol ' lhaii. and tennis lie easils lirought out the Inilh of lh - lad. ' Every man an athlete. " Illinois. h jrix iiig us Paul. »ave a dependalile person who will go far in the 5erviee of the I niled States. l-isliin iCliihin Academic Coarli { -.{. Catholic Icolvtril) I ' istul Marl.sman IT Iwni ' ivr romcrsdlioii scciiicil hichiiiii von could depend on l)a e to luu l lorlli uith an endh supply of poein . polislied uil and a keen mind which would have ranked hi.,, high aeadeinieally had he eared to sti,dv. is show,, hv his eoaehing of first section iikmi. Cartoonist colossal + peerless poet = I ' oititcr vl Kditor. His nearlv llawless drawings show that Dave is not one to do things half-vvav. His every acquaintance is his friend. Imm ihr (■(tslcrii shaic , i Marvland. Wondv le to West Point will, ,iiilhcr ideals nor cNpecta . and lour v ca, of Mipcr-mijilarv IHc leave hin i-piicd and unpcrlurlMd. He i a ,.alu,al all, let, ••i) i: " Scr iciinl (I) Pointer (3-2-1) Art liiUtnr U) Ski Cliih (.V rishidficiuhCKi) Ihiddrcltli M«hl Sho (I) I ' i-lol tarl.s,n„n hut h. ' caus,- of iiii,erenl Iclhargv and outlook he altaiiK ' d recognition onlv ticM. The .lulhiess of cadet life.lrovel, n,ake true lri,-nd .a-ilv. he p„t a I hetvsee,, himself and ihi- world. ,,i ,,,iin tiired • (Mi|) - Ser ' unt ( ) S(H-ri-r{t-3-2-l) . uinerals (I) .UiHor ■•. •• (: ' - ) Sivimminfi ( ) rishingCltibi l) KM. wool) T LOK (:l (;(;ett KvsKiN. 1 vim. M) Sctiatnrial Burr ' s sh ' dilv unit ili ' prmldhli ' ijiuililii ' s plus liis al)Ic cooix-ralioii lia f iiiadt- him an i ].-al r M.m-mal.-. Mri..us u..rkcr. Ii. ' lias tr.xl a w.-ll-al.ov -(lir-mi.l.llr aca.li ' iniis. Ilr has l.r.n rhu.iinn rmnv ' U uilh llir T.l). lo aN..i.l ihriius. pain in a - Battalion Boarfi?. ai carrv him far in I he i il lours. His common sense and hiirh ideals lie wants (hose Air Corps wings. ill Hnxi,,!. I I li„„nl „j (.,„ ,7,„„ s ( Hlinilrrilll, Main Shn (n I ' liinhr (! ' ) Cnnrr,, Clul, Ci- .l) I ' islnl Simrnslumu-r Jr naiinil In-cn stntiimi-il iil 1 i-sl I ' niiil. eomiTig hark as a liorriecorniii;; lo Jimmy. He failed to diseoxer unlil alter plehe matii thai «itii iiis natural aptilu.lr for the lo ir of seienee. ord a miruinum of slu(l uas mccssaiv . Tlui- a hit ol iii- dilferenee kept him from that aeademie rank for «liieh his quick, enerfr.tic hraiii -houl.l haxe .pialilicd him. l«axs ilallv a li e. .limnix skaled. .lamed. hon..l graduation and lheca%alr . Yiiu San grace defined wilii aclions. a - iiiphoii in motion. «lieii ou watehed Cocky perform on the horizontal har. potential star man. he gave up llii- honor lo eoaeh his less fortunate elassmales. lo spin around his helo ed hori .onlal har. lo click hi- camera, and to hrou-e in lii- fi.tiou. Ilicic i lilllc douht in the mind- of lii la :-male:-. Niio kiiou him hesl. llial he »ill cut a ui.le «alli in aiiv branch of the .Service he chooses. COCKV rrfU ' diil ( ) (7-3-:. ' - ) Minor- A " (3-2-1) anura Clul, (3-2-1) Iriulimir Cmtrh (1-3-2) " COCK " ' Svrfivtuit ( ) .tritiU ' micCoacU(2) I ' i-iliiiiii (Uiil) I isli l Sltarpsh ' Httvr le.- C.iirlcv imilisli-il ilial inic year of Regular a ;ilr «a- a l..t ililT.r.iit ihaii this pl»-be Mlir whiili. n t l u- iiiix italilc " riggle and la-t alioiil lor .■ lra- iirri iihir acli ilit |.. ■ III III,-. I la-liiiiL ' alM.iil alhr a |.u.k. . Iia-inu . hrlpm- lo 111 l., ,ih.T Ihn.- v.arJMM.k- -i.ir,-. W.- «i-|, «,• .-.MiM all lia ,- Ih.- .ame Hy. Cnr mrul (:. ' ) I.wulimmt (I) Monogram {2) Hunilzcr Htpresentalive (t) I iKliriltiss sxLslalU (3-2) litisiiwss Manager ( ) Calcic ChaiH-l Choir (4-3) , " AnJyle(l) I ' isKtt Marksman , iiiiioa ' i-ionalf •!«als:iei ; to til V i ina ' id blotlifi KDWVKD LAWRKNCK CORCORVN Vi i-.sr llwi.N. (lowKCTin T ( ' .unfin-ssional SWI I II.SWOK I II CI MI ' Sli»N ruiill Mi. Oiii.i.itN (.oitfirrssiiiiutl Sdiii shiiiifil IIS III ' cinilil " reason lo a Injiiial conrliision " h fH ' lliiijr stars larli iar willi liiil an occasional peck at tlu- hooks. II. ' tonnil time to oacli " goats. " Icncc tor lour seasons, inaki- not inlrrnuciil visits to tl.. ' " I Il.r " s. " an.! sliakr a I0..1 al llir " SWIMV (jirpnriit (iM l.iri,„;,anl(I) Slurs (f-.-i. ) iradrmiv Couch {1-3.2 fninUTd) lAi-itiim C.oininittre i ' .ii iiwer Football hops. His aliililx 10 niakr Iri.Muis »as .■(].ialc,l ..nl I i,tol Marksman by his inahiiilN to ronlrol his hlushii.fi. Sam ' s CaiU ' t Instructor i h siiiii-rr anil cli-|Mticlalilr charartir is hound to takr him toth.to|,uh,n .rh. ' ;:o,-s. He ' s a " liirnly vciirs liilrr " I ' llitinii of his (lad — a Cavalryman to the core. Ih- has won .M-rx major engagement ilh tin ' Vcadctnic l)i|iarltnents and has conce l ' d onl a minor skirmisii or two to the ladies. .A good plchc. a hard ii|(|Mr(lasstnan. and a real friend, his is the stuff upon which W i-st Point is built. (;entl Mnan. sohh.r. ami hud.l Jeff has tau. ' ht his wJNes what those three word mear . " JKFK- (jtrporal (2) lieutenant a ) t ' niulor(t.:i-2-l) I i hiiiu C.lul, h,„k in aiiv " • Coiniiaiiv hull srssion lor the hroadesl MTule an.l the nd.leM hair it ' , the " Duck. " If u still doni reeofini . ' him. a.k him somethin;. ' about Indiana. iolenl. posit i e reaetii n nil. 1)1 CK- Scr icaut (!) (iymnaslics ( -.?) Monn ram (3) S,,uusl, (2) Cuiirt (liaprl Choir {1.3.2.1) Che Club (t.3.2.l) ml not easilv armoved. hut he ' :- decisive and he llumtmltb Mght Show rk- hx In. „lea . II.- ha. a wax xxith w..m.n II a. m.ii. hut it will lak.- a r.al .5.0 l. win him. 1.2-1) Ice Corn iral(t) Lift Hepresentati lishinii Club I ' islol Murksnmi JOKI, JOHN DII.WOK I ' ll Mi(:iii.;vN CiTi. Im.ixnx ( .1)111 1 rssiiinal 165 From livrp in tlw liluv liiiliic Miiiinlains ranif lliis easy-going, loiijit-iiial Kclit ' l wlio still .lorsn l l.cli.-v.- tti.- North x ..ii. V NN..i.l.l-ho .loct.-r. " Douuilli.- " r,M-..l ,m.,Im,m.- I..r Ih,- n.l . II.- | f ' l.all.T.-.l 111.- I W M.I IK Ml KID DIN IKS K.Mk I.M M. 1K..1MV Cuni-rrssional I ' r.-iK ' h . ' . niu-ali. ri (rniorl.r am nil .,(■ a p. I ' -id. •iXHtw II. Ill; ' , , Sergnmt {I) V ' T Pointer (4) Avndvmic Couth i ' J-l) SniuloySrhi.nl Tra.h.r l ' - foiiy. d iiirafcil len tr lia- provi Ulofmai lii Corps el ' : ' ik " Si 166 I( r shall ,dl rrmrmhrr Km lor his .|iM. ' l difrnilN. unr;.ilir,j: ' ■ I lunn.-r. an.l his .ahn an.l ' l linnim.d lini|Mr. (onerous (.. a lanh. in all lliitit;s hiLmuml lu- has |.ru ,■,| hi,„s..|f lo !»■ a .nll.nian an, I llu- kind of man we liki ' lo ha c aroiiiid. Vs ih.- Vini Air Corps riaiiiis him. and wider horizons open lic- fore the " Sargf. " wo all join in wishing him clear sailing and ha| | landings for the rest of his cart ' tr. Jorge ' s imcrcsis in ' n- in hulli lli - Vrnix and ' ■.loKfiK Navv. His eadetshin. I in eilhrr li.ld. Willi I (Thon-au liN.d one Near " " ' ' M " ; ook on 11 I-ishin iClubU) d Cwwnt Club (2-1) Ski(:iiih(2.l) liNe.l ,.n,. Near on luehe dollars). ,|..rge sta ed well aheail ol ihe ( iadel Slore. I ' emiidrK ' in- terests ranged from ene .nelan senorilas lo the |)o|)nlar hlind drag, lie was also on. of ih.- hoys— always readx t.. drag ih.- lile-l.oner or go lo ihe l.oodlers. DirL ' s jUishiuu. nil innichi ,s afler Iwo ears al li.e I niNersilN ..f Delaware where his ease wilh aeailemies and passion for praelieal jokes miisl lia e had his meelianieal engineering I ' s in a iinslanl slorm. He sports the firsi woimd slrip - of ' l_ l,o er of pipes, guns, dogs, and skis ihe lirsl while (lakis alwavs had Coarh Malonex sereaming for his alisiiil lniid)ler. Never bothered h ihe T.l). ihe slerii In I if niililiiirc ne er dannled his « (■ dr tic. (,,r,,.,r„n2) I iriilrnnni (I) Li(:iiiini-:s-2-i) JOSKIMI KICIIAHI) KLLIOI r Ki,smi:ki;. I)i.i.v« vuk Congn-ssiomil 167 .IKKOMK I ' KKSIIINC; KLI.IS ( ! )i.l iui . Sol Til ( ' . viioi.iN V (ilinntil Guard I HO Vi ' ors III " I ' tiop " stIiiMil iliilii I (laiii|iiii his desire to come to the " Point. " thoiigli in winniiu hi-i stars (bathrobe) he ahnost heeanie a livlMai afiain. A Inn- jjoat in academirs. he iinder l " Ml m 1 the inihlarN siilr. In his two etiiif iH irsioii-. -I. . piiu (1 [ hi»li»gra|)hr. lit II li ] ri mi t ' in the : i.i. Life uilh hini . Ihal li.-V all man in-i.l.-. ■ , ■JKKKV Ski Club Hiiifi Cnmimnee ky. I lO KON l lil l{ I i; NS |{i iiHi i.i Si-i iN«.-. Ni. " ouk ir " " " ■ Chiuh l ullr,l up „l II rsl I ' ninl (i Poop srli.M.l Nsli.n- lir l.arn.-,l I.. Iij;lil ill. ' tv,u- ..I arlar. ' llial hu- learns I., ua-r aj; Aca.lrniir l)r,.arlrnrnt. Mi. .as; topetluT with his fiifl of makini; [n ' . |) made liiin .-.(in crsalioiial niaiitia Ir.nn li. ' av. ' ii. Chuck is an authority on tilings military — knows his " arinv " insido out. Whether i the rmorecl For.e h. ' " ll n;iv. he the Air Corps or the a,.,.le-,,.,lish,-rs a S,-r panl (1) Lacrosse ( ) {.,.v ,. (4) Cii.lrl Cha wl Cliiiir { I S,„„l„y S .,,,, TrnrI,. Ihimhrillh Muhl Sl,„ l,,(:„r„i,„l{l) (.IrrCllll.il) Squash Club (I) Auluniobile R, ' ,,rcson,am.(l) Bein an trniy linil h In profession. U lia.l lilll, ' Iron heeause he kiie his wa aroii tra.h-s in alhl. ' li.s. h.- is -...,.1 ; excels in none. lie ' s the loniesli sl humor. (»ive him a good cigar ziii.- anil a red comforter, and thoughts of a certain girl can dist hirlh anil hi. ' uilh III. ' U.I. ja. ' k- ' l |M ' uilh a • " ■ " l ' ' l " ' - nothing Ic iirh him. T.I).. .f-all- I hul StTfiriuil { I ) Suimminail lishingCluh niai; s th Though Fcrgic irml hv irnv . Uiiutiii l. . ' ..me fr.MU WVst Point, (;.-orgia 1.. W . ' si l ' ..inl. . ' « ■ ..rk. h. ' luiin.l ihat going directlx l his a.a.l. ' ini.s ni. ' anl l. ' ss Iroulilc. Mis spare time h. ' sp. ' ul souiiiling his for ihi ' li. ir or pla in;: his Irnrnp.l in ill. ' .a. I. I orchestra. Mis har.l work has ma.l. ' liiin a .an.li.lal. ' for the Kngineers his go. .l nalnr. ' an. I hnhhling in.i.xls. a . ' an.lidale for au hrari. ' h. 1 1. ' ' II pl.i.l with " IKHt;!! ' ; " ( ' orparal (1 ) l.irnlrnanUn C.atirt C.hanrl Chair CiulvtOrchmlrii (,4-3-2.1) Onlu-sira lAiulir{l) ilundredlh ifihl Shu (f.3.L ' -l) Colarl.iiws {1.3-1) tishiiifi Chih ( I ) I ' i lal larl,sman .|()ll KIM. I ' I INNKV IK. .1:1, MVN. Nl.IlH -.kV ( ' .oiliiirs m fih.Ti- ami f: ■■Mill, Out Jolin ..1 .01 i)f tinv III ihiisr i ' hr(isLii iliisl storms Rfiley s|iiirt Miun. athlete, journalist, ipaiiiKii. II i n i- life. cliaractiTized by na l- main |M (lii-. Ill- |iiili iiiKilion 11, al h ■111|H-| ■| ' li..-r CM„M|,i louncl iiiiii uM liiii. .. Ilan- lull lui.,- a. .|iii.k lo Mil.-ide. .• , l M,k al a -.lai N aN u| lil-li an. I the lit thai elear liiail ami llial tiililii rn nall.ili. ■KtllNNV " C.Tfinriil (! ' ) (jnniiiiindvr { ) Star): (ly lii inepr IuhiiImiII (2}, sliml MiiiiiifiiT. Track (.3-2) ' Mamiiiir. Triuk (I) l.aihm ' ir Cmrl, {3-2) Irr.tll, Mahl S ii.M ((..j-l ' - ) llrwi. Dinlrrii, SiHirtv ( ) i;.i,U,r Slalf 2.l) Fifhinii Club Phtiil Marksman Cm el iKsiniiinr (I) 170 iJUNM- Diiinificd. tUKissiiniiiiil. iiitrUiiiml. will ran- aliililx l iiiaki- lii ii(l 1h-s1 liara l.ii r Philippines " .■oiilrllMilion lo llic cla .l ■one vice, atijiiiicil iluriiij; liiil )Uf. ' li wliili ' Iraxi ' liiii; .KTOSS tlu ' plains of Oklahoma anil Tt as. is a lii.-l Tor -peed. Anythinj: heiow eighl miles an liunr he con- ' - Siders slow. I ' ete ga%e his liearl lo West Point an.l tl West Point niadi- him a man. in whom we. as well as 2 the Filipim. pe.ipje. .an j.isll ami pn.udiv place their trust. I ' F.TK- ill,. Svinmnl (I) Stars {3-2-t) 1 1 is l-Miiim-rr Im.llmll (2) CtmrniC.luh " ' ' lra,l,;ni,(:-.mli | ' ()l- I ' i liil ShiiipshiiiiliT " W infy. " This ntiiiir litis ti liislnrv as rwvy - thin- ahoul Uill .lues. " W hal p.MJunk. ' " •■.I.m.-au. Alaska, sir! " (an.l hr still thinks its (..mTs ...iinlrv i. Bill is a (lemon on (igun- skal.-s. an.l s.m sIm.uI.I ■■.• him dive. .a.l.-mie troi.hl. ' s k. pl him In.m heing till ' swimming t. ' am " s a.-e iliMT .-.iw .ar. liiil. his .l.sin- t.) s. ar through lh - air shows ils.-ll in oth.-r waxs. lie ' s om- oi ' th - ho s wh.. is InMiing Vir Corps with ail his h. arl. " W IM • Sergrani (I) Stiimminff (3) Cm.i Fmnbult (2) s ., CI,,!, (2) I ' ist„l Expert WW r.ir our ■haH-mati. " Cor wrnt {2) l{,illfilii ii liljiilant (I) lli.ls will, iIm- la.li.al l),.parl.mn. , „.,„., -.MM) A ft ' ic Vffirs fit " Tin Sr iW ma.le ea.l.-t lil.- •BKillKM) at W.St Point m.nl lew mil ...nl.l n. l k. ' .p him from .aruiiif: high rank. Hi- l7, ' ii!i, " ' " ( V. ' - ) nulilarx pn.gr.ss was parall.d.-.l in ih.- li. ' l.l ol r,.t ' S ' har,Jh.. ,-r athl.-ti.s li his captain. ■ { rm ' s (ixnmasls. To W all the atailomic deparlmint was hut a n.cessarx .■ il: tattoo was always foll.)weil h hi- " Well, liim- to tu.ls. " The ir Corps is his n.-st g..a!. Thund.s up. w aii : 1 W M.I.VCK lilDDI.K IK NK Loi isvii.i.i;. Ki;Nri . k ( ' .Dniin ' ssitintil 171 I ll() l S I ' M KICK II i{i;v l. ' iNN. 1 ss (;iit SKI l trim ijKT vriirliiiiisiin nitr. Tom belt IT known I -liar lri,-.l h. Iiirn lii- llioiiglits from " drags " to i Iriiii... 1 riaM. ' lu .(lie acaili ' inic! and " spec " ■ ii.«,|,a|Mr. luc). hr i:u . up 111. ' I,,rnirr. li.„ -ui- I «ilh i;;antlr- an.l a n.u |,a,Mrlui-iia|,,,i, l. iM-iiij; Iri-h li. fiii . - ulli.r |)ira iir.-s ol ' lili ■■■iallv tl,.- |{. S. -,-Mun- al 111.- iMMwIl.r-. Iliv-ood Mint lor In- main nii ' k- ..•- I„- un-liakal.lr a 1I..111I1. lor liir al ilil lo Fr |, llir..n;;ii n-Nnil.-. l wlllta P-BVR- Srr ,mt ( ) Track (4) B inliina wkAkCo wMcal, i Pointer (2-1) Sports Editor ( ) dmic p Camera Uub Ski CliA hishing did, ■ %. I ' istnl Slwr islioiHer .pl«.l v„fc. r (liK lijjd I ' nmr U. arvtmrnt ami all.-i-i.- ' tis «.ll llial Di.kV uM.allN ri-lu. I ' ri.rnl one irimiialr uiin a cliu cn lew with ir ( :(M|i (lnam . W illi a iiiiixl lMn. l lo lliieifrs technical, il.linilclx not lo French, he knew no academic |ieaic until earlin ' ; ear. Sine then, finding no need lor frantic " specciiif;. ' " lies lised complacent l h ad pointed bookward and ears twitching rh thmically to some symphony — and challenged no one ' s efforts to beat Hfe to the draw. - n-roh.-. W ilh a coinlorlahic ' (■• ' rf r-l (2) (M ildin ( ) plehe ear. (iaicli hecanie a lnlramiir il Mimo ram A fiif iiuinth lour in iIk ' liasiiilril pleln put a star for Fro margin of lenlhs fanatic for bridge during (!. , . His greale-.! |)a!-sion llniiui (:i,inni ' nirv(l) is fishing. We lun. ' all h l.ried K. tales of giant IMc i m llnmmiuec ■gators an.l l.i pound bass .aught in the Kxerglades. Ca.lci Chapel (Jioir Capable, affable, dependable ' , and m.u.i.I of judg- .SAi (.7, , ment: these qualities ha e nuide him llo • Kepre- ' ,„„ U.„7,s,„„„ iti e and will make him it to his p " I .I,,,,-, firl,lnssf„ir i M-rv recilallou. el the (;iMip ad, lalk ilust to niauv a lir.M ection mt rassel. " " he ilaimid. et. ue ne er a an lat iiurns on hi- hack. " I will ne er get married. " nun.- will g.irg. ' the (;imp with ■■chawklat " ice vam. We will wager that cNcn .he can ' t make him art with tho.e drill -hoc.. ark after -I.IMI ' - ,|- ..r,.:n.l(2) l.i,„lr,l,Illt(l) I II n:-.tlinfi(t-:i-2-l) hn linvrr h ' oiilhall Team llhlelic Hi ' preseiitatiie l- ' ishiiijiCliih I ' i ltil Ex perl ( win liislnirlar (l JOHN i; i()Ki (;imi i;kli (; 1) toN. ( mo ( ' .iinf rrssiiiti(il 173 €.!{.. Willi a hackiirnumi of ( ;arn.--i.- Toch jilii- a iialiiral knack lor scifiitifu " siibji-cts. liad |.l.nl of lime Tor oiil i.l.- acti ili.-i.. Ilis a|ililii.lc lor rho., l„- ilir .-a.v VN.is oul ' .n.rallx ma. I.- lli.- -iru-j:!.- nr..ll„r- look rlclMulou-. -(.aii..- t..r anx- lliln;;. " « a- l.i. ualcMxonl. an. I hi- . Im .tn -mil, ' aii.l II C... -Inn.li -. ».akn. ' " I,..- l.lomir- or l.nim-1 1, . a.- on uill. ma.l. ' hi- .-...rial III.- a Inll-lim. ' N.-nlu.v. •l|H )- ( ' nrjiorfti {2) Sra " " ' (l) h,rr..ssei4) j J ,HiiiulrriHh Mffla SItuir (i), ' ' Sli}i7l,iv Sch H,l Tmcher ({} ■ Rin C.ommiliee rl , Jill l)oy " iiiJlilllel iiillitlletroi fllinftheii ki lllOM°ll iiiazines. 1 CI! vKi.Ks |{|{(M»KS (;ka(;kv. .ih. ri-iun(.ii. I ' i:n N- l, M Scndlinidl X.. 3 w (.1 iti;(.i i; vt I (.i; VN I W VMIIM.I..N. I). (.. nno,,:.!,,,,,,! I SI I, Ml n (-1 SI r: r ' f) ii ' ;c.Ns " ( I Ill mill; iinil no iilav makes llic ' (Jcnerar lull Ixn " is llu ' in. .11.. I., ' Iik..l. (:..iis.-.|ii.nllv. !,.• foiiml litll. ' liiiu ' l. r a.a.l. ' ini. ' s an. I. ...I.IIn . ' n. n :li. had littl.- trouhlr. II,- mastcre.l earix lli. ' I..hni([u.. ..I getting the nu.sl Inr the least, wiiicii aee..unleil (..r i;i,-r(li,hiJ) his thorough kn..u !.•.!-.■. ,|- all ih.- lal.-si in ih. ' n. ' xs.-si ' ; ' " " ' " ' ' " magazines. Tiie InlanliN. tlie " nian ' .-. hianeh " gets ' ' ' - ' " ' larh nu, IIKNKV PKKSTON HALSELL I ' VYETTEVILLK. HKV SAS Nfllionfll ClKinl ci ' lte iii ' iiiilitdin: ( la v.. re, I .aruig ini.r.- I. r Inn llian files, h ns,- .,r Innnor someone drive the com [.an for anything, win ehess nial.h. or a ••(;ls- Cariiiirul (2) Uriitrimiit (!) awss :i„h( 1-3-2-1) I ' isliil SlKiriishimliT .1 " ral m. ' ..I lian.lhall. a ■ Ihafs (;ns. Mis s niph in h l{, ' elh,. eii. Lukrs his slugging, engin.-.r s. 1.) see less »( lli,- ma „ ' . Il,-s an amhi.l.Mn.ns. if rkansas « ho «ill I,. ' -la. I reslri li. ris oT lour ears li.-re thai he ,-aii g. ' l m,.r. ' ehan,, ' lo ns.- his o« n ii iali .- and h.- has |.l,-nl h.- ' s on.- of lho alnral hi%.- . Ihir l L.r kn..« l.-.lg.- ..I ih.- Inn.l; i.-nlals ..{ ' ih,- an ..I wur an. I an al.ilil I., mak.- |.i.l an.i L.gi.-al .l, . ' isi,.n an- -hara. ' l.-ri li. ' . xvlii.- ni I. -a. I him I,, n.x.lh.r jila..- than lli.- I |i. Si ' rgvunl ( ) Slars(4-3-2-l) linxinfi (4-3-2-1) iiiniTah (4) Minor -A " (2) In,, kit) Cross CiHinlrv (4-3) l-Mgiiiper FtMMball (2) Aniilnnic Conch (4-3-2) (:h,:ss Club (3) I ' islol Miirksman Ciiilvl lii.slruclor i » 175 Ihr Canlinal. , ' xrrll,;l In Hirhrlirn ,mU r.-r n-la ali..n -jini-lMis " -lu,li.-,l -lar. II.- .■xj.r.- r,l ; miiin- uri i ' 111.-. .-.u-.-.l • : Nillin ' I N.Mir I.. . lak. ...II.- MM- la k « st«ka ' . .Ira- x..ur( . . -Iill r.-m.-ml..-.- 1.. -I o - Mi:s iiiAin II v ' l i-:s tiliiiii(il (iiKinl Slur- I -.!-. ' . ) (•vnnniiiiiiii ( ) iMfiimu-r r.HMMI (Si- ll i:,liu,r. Howitzer (2)1 Chrss Club (t.3-2-l) ■%.. . S,-,r,l„r.- {■ ) I ' rrsi.lrnt II) ■mi, (..Hirli . t-.i-i ' -h l ' i l„l i:x,.,rt CiHlrl In-tnulnr h l n,h„hh tin- hrsl-rrmi alhlrlv in W . ' st l ' ..i.i Sam ollrn .am. ' hack from |u.,ll,all ,m- un-slling to Corporal {2 Lieutenant ( ) read Plato all .n ciiiiif:. ami nii.l.rslaiiil il. V iialiiral l ,otbaU {4-3-2-1) .,,.., , , ,, , , ( ' oncert Orchestra (t-3) " make. In- ' ' ' ' ' ' ' •v.r lioiioil fills: tln- jiisl caiiic lo him. Even a swiiili from 1 to V. ( oiii| an lii cal- ling summer didn ' t stop him. His sarcastic «ii and his indifference to aeademics. whether he «as in liic first section or the last, will be as fondl renieinhcrcd bv his elassniales as his iiever-failin " good hnnior. n resiling (,4-3-2-1) t ' isliin iCliib I ' is,,,! Mark- To F C.(unf)iiii -. " (■fimlr are synonymous. I ' irsI il ,Nas frrandnop. -r cm.t ( ) ' ' lioxin ii4.2) iMi pop. and now Johnii atixioiis lo pull a sahcr- swinging hhtzkrieg for llic I . S. Johnny ' s taste goes to armored ears, though, as the modern counterpart In horses. His faith in things academic collapsed uhcn the Presidential ppoinlmiril honors villi «liich h.- . -ntcn-d the ca.lcmN laded under the hattcring of the V.IX .Some.laN he ' ll he riding circles around his hridgcdiuilding. engineer class- mates. The class nj • ! ' I„;uj,l ;l muri, n ' I fs loss NNhcn " Chief psxehologist. philos .phcr. ami poli- tician all in on ' . decided on the (iye car plan, in order to take yearling French again. Sinci- ihcn he ' s always tightened the grip in the pinches. His usual unselfish, carefree manner won liiiii main friends. Hi- ayocalioii: suiiiging a s ickcd camera. His piiilosophy of lilV: " ItV Ihc hig lluiig thai cnnl. " " Aii cavalrx ouKil will welcome the reddieaded cowho from I tali. •( lllliF " Ser :eant (I) Boxing, .issislanl Manager (3-2) Manager (i) Howitzer I ' holographer llonilzer Photographic Editor (I) l cclure Committee (2-1) Antotnttbile ( nniniiltr,(l) (omrni ( lot, (3-2-1) rn:„l.„t{l) Ski Club (2-1) I ' istol Marksman 177 A Ixirri ' l-vhcslfil Ji iiirf poisf? on tlic tower at Delafieltl: after a pause he takes off in a bewilder- ing series of tucks, layouts, and iiiuiieluiaiin ' s; li.ialh. In- niilU ..lit ail.l nil- lli.- v.il.r rlr.iiiU IK . r- ..iir menial pi. I I.- Iiiiii..r l.oaril. Cons nores and talki | ik he makes more noise l . Ii - than (luring the ■ourse of th« md ' eep and " IIOLDY " Corporal (2) (i) Swimming (1-3-2) . umerals (4) Minor " .r- (2) Academic Omch Camrra Club I ' isii)! SliurpsluMMer i(c easily. 1 troiij pii;.. ■lie list. 1 nwiofor ■siiite lo ( on ami liclpinj; liainl. s a pi gestiirc to our «lio has iiiiincsscd us lavoial)! infllirn.r.l .i rflr.liN .-U . ■•thanks. Korks. " tn,Jr„ i, Caarh i-:i-2 - ) M„n Iflrr (3-2 " " Man liirr(l) l„n lilrrS " A ■•( ) Ihliiiiii ■• iirim (t.3.2.1) 1 i,r l ' nsi,l,n (1) In-illr ■r laailiall Team (2) (Mlhali ■Cliaiirl v «rf(n S,lln„l Trurhr -(! ' ) Cnlhnii Chaprl UalM (1) lev Car uval(t) S,,„ash a ah Hanilhall Ctnh Canwn Clal, I ' isliin CInl, I ' lslal ' MarLsma 1 Cailrl 1 i .lrilrU r ( ) II hrn liiul ,;imr h, II rsl I ' oinI lir asl .-v.-s I ' or tlie (irst tinif on In ric niililnin: Iml hi ' hroii ht with liiin ihni- ol ihr higgcsl as «■l a soliiior can ha !■: atnliilion. dtiiiinination, and a sense of hum or. His ready smile and sineere affability have won liitn a host of friends among classmati and urnhrclass- nien alike. Mav his rniy eareer hrinj; him lonlinned success and an ever growiii ' ' iiumher of new friends. Tilt ' hcsl iHTSoii Jniiii kIiiiiii Id Iriirii all ahoul Hughes is Hill. A true imiis idualist. hi i.lcas and rations were but slightly changed h the S lini. accomi)lishments arc inan ami ex|. lra l,mirCo,l,lt(L ' .l) Cmlcl (llm iel Chair {1.3.2.1) Gift Committee {2- 1 ) I ' islol Marksmun arid: i:-cular g nmast. an exmrl with hor cs and lir ins. a horn M.ldicr. lie kn..« lio« to light al..ne , creed i " man i- uorlh no more than hi ililics. " Mi:- cxhanstixc working. .arclMl thinking d i|uiel nature tinged with arrogance make Ked ■mil.- Carpartil (1 ) SiT teant ( ) Cvmmislics (4.3-2.1) li„„r " .r(2-l) lla,, Manager (I) (hrs-.CIuh(2.l) I ' i lal l-xnrri mi c lor ton W II. 1. 1 M |{()lii;K ' l ' III (;ill,S Tdl ' lKv. KvNsv.s Coiifircfisioiial 1 iiinr III II of I ' liiiil x illi a i ' r% serious Diillook nil nil-. IpuI allir orii- iiuuiiiitrr «itli tlie ac-a l -iiiii ' (liiiarltiiiiil In ' - a li f- rar man i lie be gar niiirli when Well i,1{i;k r idw vkd hi n i kk l)i; : iin. Illinois (.iiim.n ' ssiiiii il ( ( I i,ni,n„U.u,inl to look at the brighter -iilr to make the " red foml ' iuti-r he ua-ii ' l ill the dark mum liked I.N all uhu klle liiri durin- his Ca.lel daN . {■ Ihin . M did oil the -ki hail. l mad.- mam 1 Serjeant ( W Camera Cluh (3.2-1 hisltini: Club (7) Shi CInh (. ' . i llnnilnillh Miilil Shun ( ) B.-ast Hami.ks. ' ral.rUr.l in mans li.l.ls. I ' oiii lu.itMl timr to plav lo,,ll,all. ha.k.ll.all. a liol.linj: .l.mii a .hair in llir Ca.lil Onli.slra. II. was as inu.il al Imtn. ' on llic lioji tl.Mir as .)n (In allii -li.- li. ' l.l. Can-inv in his [.Iun. sin sru-ntious in hi. «...k. uii. ' i. ' av.-s ihe A.ad. niN f tin- Air Corps an.l lh..s.- r-iU.-r Wings. Iliniiln.llli Main Show (3) (:„i.„ i.i,ws{il:i.i) ,a,l,inir Cuach (3-2) 1 ' ■ " " 1- ClwssClnl, Stiiiush dull Eter srvn him .rrrr,!.- ' liorr.l N... " W .!!. n that ' s Jay. Not .-N.-n an iral.- T.l). .an s,,..il ..ur ;; ' ' " 7 " ' ' ,. , e. ■ ' Hundredth Sight Show Jav ' s faith in Ufe. A nalnral hi%.-. ii.- " s prelVrr.-.l I.) l)c C- -- ' ) FhhinuCluhd) ..n. of the ho s an.l has su.-...-.I.mI. .-v.i-pt l. r on. ' lini. ' when h - sli|(|H-.l up ami «as ilri in . ' the fir.t section. C.)ol. nes.r in a florin, this r. a la. I .an take any tronhl.- ..r prohl.rn right in his slri.ie. W ith his sane. h. ' allliN al tilml. ' h.- is an asset to an man ' s m,li. ham. u ■•.ailing .•.!■■ has .Intl. ' r.-.l np all our .lials. His la.k of mass ma.l. ' up l. an ..x.rahun.lan.-. ' ..I ' ae..l.rali..n. " riin Tim " is ram..us to th. ' ( :..rp lor his ahililv t.. l.a .- a .Intt.-r.-.l gri.liron alter h.- has |iasse i among the h.) s. g. al .-.implex an.l .ase of mastering aea.lemi.s I. ' ft him pi. nix r lim. ' lor hri.lg. ' an.l red e.imlorl.r. Hi- -a-h all.-l. ' .l h. Iu p.ipnlaril «ilh ih.- lair.-r . . g I «ir.- h.ining ir C.rps. ■ IIN IIM " l.lruKmmld) l,«,il,all(t-:i-2.l) Majnr-.riJ.l) Trmh ( ;..{ i:iu,ir[l.:i) Unit MantifitT Kmliu Cluh I ' isliiiif! Club Clwss Club u) w vi;ri:i{ .ioiinson M MIN(.. Ohio ( ' .on irrssinnnl V(y sthiKil iriiiniiiii -atmalid (Iraiit 1 natic-. lull ciili.riiilir.-l-. ill. ' nil iimilort. kept him from iIik .- tup nmi;-. 11.- .•.mi.l a varsitv painr l i.iini- Im .Iron- l l.- mii-l ha .- ...ntu .-.l t iiioint ' iil ki. ' kiii; ill. ' uiiiiliiij: goal ..il-lii,. inlraiiii.ral „rr,-v uani.-. Il.-|l (..Mow i -|is in llir Air Corps. fn (.1! N 1 ■i(:,„,u(l) „:ififariift Tennis (4) h Aiimcra s (4) ■ J J ' ( Monogram (3-2) ltin!On( J I Uiinilrnah Mfilu Sboir (3) I N Cifl Committee l ' ' " ' ' ■ " " ••■™ " " [Ifcnatiiral I ' isliil Marksman ,l:lbe nu r Fnini the fool Iniofis iiiln llic air. lie carrii ' il ; Main.- a.r.nl all u- uas. I ' liirlx |m,uii.I In vear fariicil lor liim his iiirkiiariic ami I in the (■oiU.r ..I Ih.- " " IM " linr. HniAs I., tr; thing once ami most things Ms i i-. i i(|il C Hikes. Ills liearly laiigli and drv liiiriior r(iii|(l.cl will his natnral ahilit l lian ll ' nu ' ii u ill ki ' ( ' |i liiiii :iiin in these vears to coinr. I R WCIS I ' M L KOISCII it(.li. Ni;u oiiK ( ' .imf rcssi nuil Si-rgvant (I) FonthuU (1-3-2-1) nm,n,ls (4) l..n„firam (2) I ' Ulot Miirksman Hr cim, ' l„ II rsl I ' oinI «illi .l-lrrininaliun ■» " » " and a burning desire to become an odicer: his resolve ' r ' " " ' ( ) alone carried him on while his sad fare showed how Buxingit) l,.,l..|„.|,Ud.l,..|,l... ' -|lis»,.is.,.nrkand,irs.a„.l So iiis riiiiiliil cNiiicism is litil llir rare al i!il lo see Academic Coach {3) lliri u ;li llic Iriinmings. llie reason lor his success in judging characl ' r. values, and tnoli cs. " He can hold an intclliKenl conxcrsalion on au snhjccl. IriiiK ' ois icds onr iij lliosf iiiilii iiliiiils who cicnilv [icrforincd all tasks gi cn to hitn i|uicll with all Ih. ' .-n.-rgv and powr of a dvnanio. II. ' dd sa Ih. ' uiosi with li,.- l.-ast rMMid,.ror»..r.ls. I was a human cncx clo|p.(lia . n ail suhjiils I ' r.nn • gold reserve to lli. ' in.)-l logi.al ami |(ri ' cisi- t hod of rating lenimi ' s. lour . ' ars at Woi I ' oinI h no academic diflicnlti. ' I.ll hiiu Ir..- 1.) .l. clop laturc . . . xsillv. . ' cn. ' r.ius. an. I imiix idualislic. ■■| |{ wntis " ( ' .ftrporal {2) l.iiiilvnnnt (I) Siviminiiig { ) llockry (t) ICn iinrer Fwitball (,2) Color Lino (3) issislaiil Circulation Manager, Hoiciuer (- ' ) CirritttiNon Manager ll,„nlzrr{H I ■.distant Mfuingi-r llmkcy (3) Crest Committee (t) King Committee (3-2-1) Catholic Chanel Acolyte (I) 183 (:iii;.sii.i{ KiKi) i, i)i) S N I )ii;(,(). ( i i.iioKM V ( ' .(i if n ' .ssitin(il i [ iiir of iilriiniinii sliors. a «a illi llic wimicii. an l an irnlinVrcnc- lowanl lln- acaih-inic -1,1.- ul W.-t I ' l.iiU iil.iilih Cli.l. 1 our .ars of llu- iiiilitar academy have changefl hut httle his; dirrdain • for sliidvin . " ii frame toiiiplit ' " always dre N » ImI fro,,, hi- hook.. I h- . a,,,.- lo h.- a -oMi.r. an. I the I iifliiKcr- waMi " ! Iii i.ha of the rm . M a a -,.l,h.r. aluax.a ;:.-nll.„ian. W .-I I ' oinI h. e a jiood n,. ,h..U,n . ' « ' .iiiiilrese A: So(c« iHhese •(UK (Mrimral (2) [j CV.;,fa.». ( ) Socci-r {4) (ivmmisiiim (1) fhbaliiiff (t-3-2-l) I ' rvsittrnl. Orhtiling .SociViv ( ) mlJ liavf Jte " reai ■iii ' li alio i;i ( I I ii i (I I v . Ni u 1 I ' I ' I „ rrrrvlhin hr dnrs l.arr without rcscrvi- ami in iii(»t lliiri;:s ;ee(Js. Soccer [)la cr. -l lioxcr. ili pla s — llicsi- arc onl a l ' c s ot ftctivilics. WcMall l.calut Letter. .11 tvoilld lunc a sulicr llioiifrlit occ; liiiiipiiig at conclusions, he always stops to do a Httle of that " reasoning to a logical conclusion " we hear 50 much alxMit. hot of which we sec so httle. rics ill- SMC- ■tor in Frog • ciianip ' s " (( ) - Scrjifdfit ( ) Smrvr ( ..■M ' ) h,,„.|-« ,s ( ) linxinn {l.:i.2) Minor " A " (2) . like l.arr . IlniwrCmmitteeil) ailN. Never Ski (Mil, I ' islul Sharpslwutcr A pnniml » Massmhusrlts ari l a car iti the Army, soft spoken. broad-AM. rl {.ariiliirl umi friends by his willing helpfulness, and rc-pc( i li rugged strength. The lld cal wliicli In- apphcd to all his athletic activities kept liiiii c..ii(iniiall in orc ankles, shins and knees, lie halll. ' .! hi n.(,„unalc. with ama .inj; solid geometry figuro. ap|iallr(l iIhiii by sleeping all winter uitli a singl.- nnln.kcd Idank.i. and drove them wild h stiid inK aloud at an liowr ■• 1 |- ( ' .Drpiiriil (2) Svr ftmt (I) liasrhall (t-3-2) Ilmkrv (2) l-isltiiifiCluh Skiiiiii Cliih Lei rl hi a,h(l. ■i:rsnnlin- ( I ' .a Id life. U,- 1 H.k w Iha.nurk. f- ' •..wied alM. .1. II ■ wa na. dragging, boo.lling. a .el of (.•nni . or one ol iIm.m- Saturda night bridge Mw-ion.. brillianl. logical mind Icll him standing high in cvcrMhing. dd to tlii:- lol oi ' dri c. red hair, and a knack lor making and keeping friends and „ liaxc llic piclurc ■■ 1. " ( ' .(irpnrat {2) SprgeanI ( ) Skiaiib(l-:i-2-l) l ' resi,lenl,Skiai,h(l) Rine Ciimmiltve (4.3.2.1) iioK (;i: . . i, . . { l ' Hls. ll.l.lNdls ( ' .oiifirrssiiiitdt 1«5 ;i) l )M) II KKIS(t i.i; A. .IK. Hon. .1.1 I.I . II u Ml ( Lamr !„■ JMT Mil. hill ollirl. l riiii)l. vniiiicnidl ritnl is Kd " Lovev " 1 ul the- r.« l ' .ii :imTr " l.ral " ' al.lc to ' i H lallirr-Mn lra.lili..n. u- nia.t.iv.l a.-a- ' Hj pirnix ul Inn,- ,,,,1 l..r I., rail.. Mtrr I.- ( ...I- -ha.|..u .Innn;: i:.a-l Hairarks a .a, In la-l iI.pm.j;!, hi- raiv.r. ih.iulr lal lna - -.lax iiax. ' U, W .pair,! lor i ' Mrporat ( l| , , J J I L Aum ro s (4) I ' ht,.l KyperK hesp idkl w v ' l M (.1 nU(,i i.(: i{ I in lilDl.l. M V- M III s|.TT I ' n-siilriiiitil I( iitl iidini ' il II ri ' iniliiliiiii ..rk tn -.•! a -rval l. ' al ..I il ,l..nr. ' I ' liis n.n (- " rporal (2) SiT«paul (I) Brat «li « ii m of si rrcsi.lcnlial a|p|M.iiitiii Mils Ihxkrv (I-3-2) ma.lr no cli...v ..f aca.lri.ii.s. W l..-n an.uM.I " lau- ' Imni. 11.3-2) in 1? " liirncd in a rugged game of liockt ' v an ilis|(la (l a sniasliing overhead shot in tennis. Stu l hours he spent in a|)| reciation of good radio musie — until he hegan answering letters from feminine admirers. u,nrn,lsH) SkiClnh I ' islul Slwifshon MiK (illrihitlcs i„„il liiiil.s ati l cxrellen |M)silions lo an Irisli haikgn.iind. Wlialrx.i cause the old sod of i ' .rin iloinirialo hi-. r rr move. His nimhle brain keeps hini wrW ah. ail of llie Xca- deniic Departments while lii lri li link k .•p liini off the area. Il.-|| unip an.l nrun.hl,. in line slxle. then give ow w liat.v er ou a k for. lieeause sleeping oerupies the major portion of his lime, he eannol devote himself lo strenuous a.liNilio. Mul anx of hi numerous friends will lell on he i lln- man lo ha e around. I In, in J- srrn srnirr in lin sriioul. t nix.r.ilx of W isi ' onsin. anil lllli ami |( lh lnlanlrii . lee possesses MaslerV Degreo in ih.- mIiooU of „ r,V inilildirr. I ' itnunir. and alhlelie . ri alhlele aluaxs. he was handieapped , freipieni l.ouU will, the V.ademii ' Deparlm.nl he .an .how m.u four n-rohe stars. s a rahhie routing iheer leader he liimhled with ehampionship kill lo ihe rinlhmof Ihe Lon- Ho.kel. i - •■ 1 . I Srrficunt (l) «(«-Aev(. ) le. Hnp Manager (4) Catholic Choir (4-3-2-I) ■ ' ' ■ Ski Club III] Camera Cluh ■I.KIi " Sergeant ( ) Track (3) Cvninastics (4-3-2-1) Mi nor " A " (2-1) SkiClnh(2-l) CheerlA-aderil) IKON l l) S. [ HSII M, Ki;i;. W i-(()NsiN Com 187 si: KKiNd i vk ' I ' im: . .ik. , r()M(), TiA s ( ' .oniin ' ssiDHdl Mart ' s (Icsirr to hrcome an Arniv i lficcr as pari ol ' liis il.sin- to succf.d in «lial. ' vir lio triod, i-iialili ' il liiiii to -ur i i ' lii- lir-1 inir rliiiiali ' cii- nmiiter with tin- acadiiiiii- lioard. Now In- claims that a live- year course is a { ood tiling f;i c- a l.llnw a liiance lo nie Sam jM ' oplc. At present hi -p. ii,U his spare linic leading one of U Coinpanv - I lie squads iiiii action, or. a a nude ridci I ' oncho. [lis class slandijib assures liiin ( II Mil IS M MCnM Ml ll.l, VMMiN. i iivM (iiiii rcssidndl ■ iriis hnaivn tis ti jiiitlinii nut ph-hc: ami In- las been {Uitliiif: nil f r since. (,)iiiel. iinassniiiiii ' :. »ut diligent applieation has won lor " I ' A Kojo " ' an nviable rank in aeadeniies and taelies. His hobbies painting and mastering any sport he may care to ' ' lone up. His adeptness at painting has won for him IM: he name of " Andre del Sarto, " the perfeet painter. le ' ll take his bent for serious, logical thinking to the )rdnanee. n rA y H m ' H w H H VJ!I ■SS W f Ski Club (2.]) mjm Fishing Club (2-1) V w German Club (1) f I ' islol MarLsman " Aliihiiniii. siili " lais (litirlic ' s slncl; lniirl • ii . i.i:- in reply to ihr lim.-ucirn .piolloii " W h.rc Ifoiii. C„r,,.,run2) Lirutenant (1) dumbjohnr ' ilis f:(M„|.,.ah.n-.l ..ull..rn ciraul an.l I ' rnrined) ipiiel mannerisms liroufilil lilm rlo r In all ol ii-. In I WS„„„ („v,. ,„ aptiearanee llie lad is naturalK mat ua s|i on . Mamiiir, {:U Si ZK s i Club {3} spotless. e en at reveille. Sleadx. hard-workin;. ' . eon- 1 i shin a Club 0) thai i- Charlr dwa s. W, Enlicinii.loria liorh ImnI uilli lUr pro.-pe.ls ' -K ' - ' of .arnering extra lenlhs or of j:aininf: lile is lik ' ■ " ' ■ " trying to win llie K tihiik Derliv with a rnn-do«i Oklahoma pl.m -l..,rsr. ItuI lalk lo him " dntN. lumor. eounlrv " and ou nincarnal. ' a lire- Joe ' s character. Disdaining fuss and fanfare, he looks oid for residts. Aside front tin- armored I ' oree. Iiis chief inl.TesI is a New Jerses doll «ill, li;;l,l -l.rou n hair. S,-rg,;,nl ( ) Manager. Coat Football T.am t ' ) l,-.hinaClnh(2-l) tils ol fisinl Marksman josKiMi vii{(;ii. M( Hi; • KI MIDMX (ill . ()M, I|()M Ii l.iirgc 189 ' l.ll is II : liill -llllliilli:. slow -111 l.iii|HTicl Minii.-.iilan illi a -|i:irkli- in lii- i ' m- lor im lacl lair. II.- i- a .rilal)l.- Inmilaiii oliiihirma- tion ilcaliii ' uilli liilmiral -ulijirl-. ami all ruiimrs S Tfii;„ll ( ) Ciinwni Club (2-1) Ihm al hails jnm, TonmU, an. I .r.l.iv.l lli,- •■|K)l(; l ilniiN llir lu.r.l ua liom llic XriiiN. lli. Ira. II- ' " " ■•Hiona! llirillin,» lia 1..-.M1 ln,li |M-nsal.l. ' lur ili,- n.lr lehas plaN.-.l al lii. ' V.a.l.rnx. Il. lunl lo lif;lil l..r ind .-..nM-rxr .N.TN ■■t.-mh. " Mis n. .r .■.asin- uri- lict uitli tli ' ( ' a ii ' iiiii ' Di ' pardiiiiit k ' |il liini Irorii jOrps Stpiad activities, but not from his " re(l-bo . " ' ' he outstanding benefit reaped by Dougal from foresaid Department was tlie disco tapping Instruction, of secluded spots in the hill: II K(H,I) |{(:ili;i{ OCDIA Ci-K HHi;i.i). l ' i; sM, M Coiifir ' I iicif rmii " il ' s iitsi (I nirhi INCLR T(»M- sav it [.n.udh: llios,. al.(, ,- him uill sax il luring luit the coming vcar- uill hear thai nam. ' n|Mal.-,l Corpuml {2) Sergi ' uiil (1) iid i) r a ' aiii. " I nil.- Tdiii ' hi. riicii ulll I ' uintvr (t-3-2) UudvmU- Cmih {3) lishinfiClith respc.t. casual. d..uhl.-l.arnlcd uil mak.s liiiri a Sk.n l ,pr,-s,-n,aim- welcoiii. ' In. 11(1: Iraiik. s nipalh. ' I !.■ .■..rTi|ir.-h.iisi..ri mak.s him a iaslin ' on.. His hij; ' ..! .in is in n. l li.in- a luin: mmm lik. ' him a.v ,,ri.-. ' l.ss ih.v «in Oilraiiic to us iiilli i lrnlv ( rm .■ [MTi.ri.-.- " )(; " lo mak. ' his pla.-.- in ih.- Corps. I :nliiN ia li.- .. .-r ' " ' " " " ' (-» ■ ' irsl Srr ftint { ) llvinf:. his amhiliori is lo h. com. ' a r.al pll. I. II.- VV.i.A- ( -! ' ) lar. ' lN pass.-.l a .hagl.-ss «.-.k-.t.,l ll,.Mi,;:h a n;:ular miinh.r ..I lli. ' n.l-.- (..il.-r .pia.l. II.- «as a .1..-.- Ir-i.-nii . r Ih.- ' I ' a. ' li.al I ).-pai ' l m.nl . a r.al man l. kti )«. a fin.- anil lo al monniial.-. an. I .m - uh.. Iia- linish.-.l hi f..m- N.-ar. al W .-.I I ' oinl uilli ...lor. hi ' di un.i lian.|s..m.-. SLi i:i„i, l,„lrl liriilumCliih l;.t,.l Mnrhsnmn 191 JOHN I ' M I, ( l NS (Jl.KM l.i;. (ixliloKMV 1l Large Ohms caiiif to us frnm llic iimi dime of Calii ' i riiia willi an cijiiallx sunny dispo it Ife has k -|)l a liriii ' ri|p mi il tlirou li llu- nps am downs of f inr ears of cadi-i lilV. Vcadcniits worriei liini nol. lie :-IoimI » II n| in tin- rla- and still liai iilli( ' ii-nl lirni- for corps aili ilii-s. dra fiinj;. aiK nian an alti ' monn in llir fr ni. His - in Icniprr am d -prndaliilil Min inan Iricnds lien- and «ill fin( lor liiin a l.road niclu ' in fuin. ' I.ramli. •OHMS SiTjinint (J (:.,mi.,un Ho„Uz,-r Reprt ' spiilatiir {3-2.1 Comp Ultimiimlion (i is iiiiitil I ' liolball MaimfiiT (i l-uimrr Rvparlvr (2-1 Cwmrn CM, (3-2-1 •itmone, ■llfflliCS. tlii iBv lakii ;pililefc ' ,m Ray ' podliw Irish in(l ii iii(l-n(iliirc l. I{a everyone. PrelVriin a jiooil railio | r demies, (his " mad genius ' " " as still i any laboring yearling or to sell a Clicxrol gullible first eiassman. No file-boner liiil set in liis wavs Ha a aU a s spounx. Mis nadv wit and good bninor niadr liini as snircsslul nn the daiue floor as his i oniinun scn -e niaiii- iiiin in llu ' field. ri.i„irr„m{: .i) ll,l,l,lln,liailh(3-2-I) Siiiitisli Club ( ) ri hi„,i(:iui,u) tnuUmir Couch (2-1) C„l„rlAnv(i-3) I ' islul Expcrl " itKiliiiiiiiliiii. Mdiiif. Sir " slarlcd " Oals " on bis lour .■ar »l adH lil,. In ihr -Maltle of Freneb " " and llic " Hatllr ..! Ktiglisb " Oats " air superiorit) broii ilil lilin imiI aliiad li llic nccissarv one tenth and lifzlil lrnlli ns|M ' .li (l . liul his never-satisfied earning lu undcrsland llu- hiddi-n workings and iiuier rneehaiiisru " l all things meehanieal plaeed him high in tin ' eien ' es. Corneob and ehuckle make men M-ek ei m|)any and bis perseveranee in ilut make those ame men admire and respeet him. » rs " ■rf.,;ml(l) „r„ss,-(t.:i) „m -rals {i) islnl Marksman A irslril ami i r, rr,l Ir.xan " Dn . " .ame to us from " ll " C... Mier harelv ..ut ntingihe ea- d.-mie Department Im.iIi plei.e an. I M-ariing ear A.D. finally joined the great middle elass. I ' .n.t sinee then he has spent bis spare lime either in a handball eourt or trying his ban l at some other sport, (.on- seientions, iborougb in e er detail. Iriendlv ibongb a hit reticent, good-natnred. and miselfisb. " Unze " not onl makes an ideal uile hut uill also make the Ixpe of ollieer ro orel nee.led Ipn an expamling ■■i)L r:- C„rpnral(2) Srifirantd) llamlhall Club (2-1) liMufiCluhd) Ski Club (2-1) l Gl.ST DOKSKV l ' KkKI{. IH. lloisn.N. TlAvs Coni rrssinnal 193 Mdiiv of us iiiiiihl tliiiiii lu In ' ilraf;i i(ls. but f.-w of iir. .an Uu , a li;:l.l.-.l .an.ll.- lu ,la.k. riirlalion rcnilf M)u- NM-n- lii |HTiall . I ' lii- air mallrrss «liiili -ii|)|iliiiii-rUi-il his summer ramp rui ami [no- %i i ' .l liiiM a dual al IVIalit-ld Ava ls| iral o| liis al.ilil lu iiiak.- life .-a.-v. Ill- ml.- ul lliuinh ii.axi- iiiiuii results uitli a iiiiiiiiiiiun ul ' i ' llurl. jAi;ic- loiiN (:i. |{i, (:i; I ' l.ck I i;. W -Mi (.l(iN SfiKitiiiidI IT till ciiiiir III IIS friini iniuipiilis s itii isililc .•slip of aN t;ir llll cli.i-in- In liim. ati.l w ua.l.ll.-.l l.x lii lour v.ars li.n- like auN ail..r ..wl ..f uat.T. Mr lomul his ii..-.lr,l p.ri.Mls .l nlasali...! in a rod fomfortor. coming out of sooliision to li oul i-acli new hobli whether it be model airjilaiies. fisli- in-;. or gamhhiig. Self-st led " No Good Sailor. " he kept lis supplied with magazines and fiction through- out our lour ears. i i " nii, JOHN |{i;i)mn(;i;k. ik. W Vs„IN(.T( N. lou V C.onflirssinmil I,„M l,r,,l„nr(l„h Tlw rn,l of I ' l.hr )r,ir luuud Ur " Kox " ranking under a lumdred in aiadetuics and eaili ear thereafter found liiiri slicing oil ' a leu rnori ' luindiirs. Although a student uiosi ol I he lime he has alua s been on his toes for a game or " lirag. Mis narnr has m■ er been eonne.led ilh a Corps S.piad l.ul he ' ll chin himself «ilh ihe rest ol ihr ho s. Mis .ll e ..I humor has made him an iiijo ahlc cumpanion. " I (l ■ Srrflrttnl ( ) ll,ii„ll„UI Club (2.1) l-ishlnii{2.l) H l.whirr llamllmll r,sl„l l.„l:.wnn Mall.ti roni-lnl s n-m Iron, a small bma l.mn.end.m.d «ilh b m .leg . blue eN. . bh.n.l hair, and a -uil.ase. larl.-.l lor lame. I ' ursuiug lorlun. au.l Iri.ud. kepi him rolling, lik.- the o.,vr balls b. loN.d lo chase. l West I ' oinl he . l Ml " I .„,,„r„l (2) l.iiiilriiani (7) „r,,r(l..3-2.l) ,imrnilsil) Minn,- r :i-2-i) . r..l.. III. I sisiiinl Hiisfliiill ' ■ " " " " " lu„ ,ii.r{:i) ac ad.illie . alldelic . leuMU.-. and clic r..ns. (;eiicral- ll„mln;llh if:hl Slwi, like, be traced caniiiai ;ns of ciirreul wars on ihe Siimliiv Sclwul Trarher (2) ■ back side of his riesk blot l.r. Callwlic Cha M-I Acolyte II) I ' isliil Sliiir i ' -hniiifr OLLIE Vmi.l M KKI.I). IH. I.KXINGTON. Il-.Mil Kl ( ,(; ' ' . Extviisiio innrl. from lltf Rliinr ti the C.liina i Sea. gave OIlie the hackground for lli i selection of T the more tlioroiigh five-year course. An ardent -iiidtnl of military science, his hobby and lorte i- quill- naliirallv chess— as those of lis who |ila know to uiir -orrow. I ridir a i her exterior art ' brilliant iiiia :iiialiiiii and liiii ' sense of iniinor valuable in our | ruri -i iri. I ii| reti ' nlic ii-. . ,1111. and steath. hi- " ll aU»a » " carr on. " .1 Dialectic Societ Ihfmrlmeni Chess Cliil, (L .l) I ' istol Marksman ream (A, ■IV (3.24 Ih-ad it) .mil ii kier.Aci nlkliel unvolt rlion » aril ■liOfll, ■:•. ' : mHni Jnlinnv. line nj llic ymiii cr mcinhcrs ol o das . l.ul ...al.Mv l..r I, is yars. has lak.r, an a.li inlcifsl in all a li ilirs. I ' .iici ' . ' i ' lic and d alhi.-li.s. Ik- has l..unil little tini.- to hour n-. forlcr. Vcadcrnics ha i- ln ' lil no ti-rrors lor Johinn : rather he has helped sex era! ol tlie less fortunate o er many ol the rouL ' li pots. The entire Corps knou him as a hard uorkinu liard | la ing. anil aniiahle riend. Ciirporiil (! ' ) Siip ily Scr irant ( ) linxini: Ci) Mhwr " rCi) (.ill Cummin, ' .- {2.i I ' isI,, ,„ ,s„„„, Clillihcil hv jKipithtr iliaiir and not h chrislening - is a three leller man and ke nKin on the lacrosse team. Doniinalid onee l. the aeadeniie :iT ' SiTfirant (I) lM,rnss,-(i.3.2.l) Uij„r " .r{3- -l) r,-minf:(t.3) [lartrnent he eaini- hack and ha sinee kept the UnurCarniial Ciimmiltve (3) situation well in hand in a nonchalant sort oluax. KasN -goiiii; and alTahle. nothin z lioliierr- him lor er long and he has a grin and ipiip lor e er one. s a perleet eompaiiion. wile, and athlete " Cut " will long he rememhered. Karl citnii ' Inini Orriiim with a line ahilil to argue the legs oil a tahle. l pre ent his .las land- ing, the result of good stall work liniluding a pi ' lite (). V.O. ' s inspiration) in academies situ-c his return from academic furlough, will put him in the (icid artillerx. He ha hen a leadin- exponent of team- work, a (pialilieation lor real er ice in the Ser ice. KKT - U,;,lcmi, ' ( ) Chiiirit: .2.1} llatrrCa rnitald I ' islnl v rrl K { . NKLSON RKTZKU I) Ml, vs. ()ni;(;() C.tmilirssidiKil 197 I ' liii.ii ' iii; m iniDii.. IK. M..Mn. I i ( Lara,- Fclipi ' (I sinccrr rldssiiidlt ' ami iilral r male who rt-ganllc:-- l ' lii r Uf:li tlir fioiiii;. al liail a joke and iiiilr or ;; hmI ail icr (n iiiak ...v.rv -,■■•, M .-a-x. Cu.i-.i.-Mlion- ami i rllirlriil. ,■ hr h u,i l lirnr „ uin llir hrarl of main a l»-aiititul jiirl. Willi mi |ii(l(ii-.- (h .iii.li-m -ur- n..imliiij: him. Ii.- ua- a- a man aii.l .ad.l an, I uil! I.c a a Mi|..ri .r ..IIm-.t a l,a,lx iiii: inCii. ' ii.r |,. lii command aii.l Iririi.U. - " ' s. ;. J nmipai (or Kira (! ' ) Sri,.,,,,, ( ) " " " ' " ■ ' " S,.i,nmine(4-:i) l„i|fo( " P iiq,ulr,,htj i Sh,m (4-) || fop ' ' I o I) ii; IN i;i M!i --( IN r,.„..„ss,„„„ ill Corporal-. " ■ Hi- (.ul-latiiliiii; assris arc a .uiila-iiuii seiisi- olhimKir. a read) -|()-liil|) alliliiilr. a hoislcroiis cfficuMK-v. I ' ri( ' ii(lslii| - luriii.d «illi iiicii l ' Kobbx " ;; calilH-r mak.- llir loiir-Nrar sinlcli ucll u.irlli its wl.il.-. e " .s CDiisrii ' iiliiiii.s. roinjii ' li ' itt. and inilii - Irioiis worki ' d hard Id ciilcr and cM ' ii harder uhlli ' at Ih.- a.•ad(■ln . His s U- and nianx d ihc un.lcr- classmen capitalized on hrilliani coachinf;. I ij - one knew Bud as a Irirnd. hul he |ilaeed ihe |priieiire- rnenl of his eoNeted eoniniissiun al) e e er tlnn; . . ' er nUM-h lor so.ial aelisilx. Kuek «as aluavs readN for an lorni of alhlelies alter uhi.h h. ' .ouM hold his o«n at anx 1 11. ' line. Ihe Kngineers are losing a go.Hl soldi.-r to the Doughhoys. ] ith II sKir (III his hiillinilic. wings in hi- thoughts, and a gleam in his e e. .lack s ts lorlh to set the world astir. He nia . and he rnav not su ie -d. hilt there ' ll be a lively tussle helor. ' the dust -ellles. heeause tilis man finishes what he starts. Hi- made a ean there be of a good ollieer. ■■I!l 1) Sriflciml {I) lliiiiiir ( ' .(immittee (I) l)i,ilr,tUS,H-iety(4-3-2) Irtiilf ' inir Cofu-h ti-:i-L ' -i) I ' tiinlcr {:i-2) ll.uullmll Cluh (3.2.1) S,i„ash Cluh (i) I niliiwvr Football (2) li hin t Club (I) (jirpnrtti (2) l.ii-iilfiiani ( ) Ski Club {3-2. I) (.mil r,mlb,ill (2) I ' i- lnl .S7i ir )s iwrfrr loIlN |{()l KSlol or UOSK. .IK. . -iiiN(.lo . I). C ( ' .oiifin-ssioii In-ililii: an iiulf ' ctulfnl iluiniclrr iMiuiid to- itlxr Ii llii- courage of his own coiiv iciions. lives lilc " iIk- ;i.- way. " Frod ' s " ia wax " consists of ' iiiaintaiiiin r a lalt- . ciin|,l.i.- pr.|iarr,lii. -- in whi.-l. all |.r..l,l.ni- an- -oK.,1 lar n. a.hai.r.-. II, 1,15: i-ndowi-il will) an uulirin cticifix inaki ' s him vell |iialilir.l lo Irail. a Caiilain. tiu- riny (Iross CniMllIx S.|ua.l. Ill- -iricrir iusaltx lo all lir .l. ' .-ms til wliilf Biiupli|it; life " .-. loiiiplirallons. u,i »r- r- (;) , s.-,r,r(») H M.nn, ■■ I v;- KKKI) :DV, { KOSKI.L. .IK. Ii Misiu ik;. Ohio Irniv y ' ,■ ,., .Irademi, I ...,.1, I ' uinlir V h.i-U Ca iimny KenreseiUativi (-) fV Pistol Mcrhsman I ' 1; ■wlioil I .s.-iei(lioa |«tortfr.TI liilkroiiiil ■■ ar-ltliiii .mneweil 1« i. i 1; 111 111 - i r i CDWt Ki Hii; Its. " n Srriicm, (1) II r :sllini!(l.:i-2.l) I iiKin ' s iiuin icilli his share of I ' cinnu ' s. hiv " ulio .mcl.-. l.H.,l an.l 1i.I|m..I ih. thlete who also put in his sliaic ol hours on the red rVifss f,7ii » ( -.M ' - ) i ii( omforter. These qualities jiortray the real " Rubie, " 1 all-around man. (,)niet and unassuming, one never Jtieed him doing a joh. he it wrestlin ' i or aeademies. he first thing tliat one noticed was that it was done ' U;. ' .| (wd jl»nd done well. l{()(;i,H Li.i; HI SSKl.I , .IK. Hloomington. In[)I v iiliiimil (iiiaril • ' f, (Hon si ciit (ill jilvlii- Jersey Shore was reallv in sylvania. One of ihi- oMir ni n uieuu us th (,i.i;n ness to help others made him ll Nears at Dickinson left I mountains of Penn- (- " rporol (2) StTgrant ( ) I our class, his readi- Track (7) .,. (.U-v Club (2-1) papa. lu.. Clwir (t..-i-2-l) lilt him a rooti)all iniur that Camp llluminatiun (i) Unmlrotlth ! ' ight Sliou hues it) sports hut a hackground (2-1) , Pistol Expert kepi him on the sii that sent iiim iiigh in aca.lemics. Conn and good iiuisic. he lived lor that le the little .ollcgc prolcssoretle hack I pip This fellow has a will to do hi- hot whatcx.r the nd.ls: that was the force which pullc l lilm thr..ugh those " plehe rcN.rses. " which dn.sc him o er the cind ' r |(alh dail for fom- ears. which raised him to high academic rank in spile i)( hard- ■■ uh; SirgeaiU (I) Track (4-3-2-1) . iiinerals (t) Mnnogram (2) nasketbtill (3) Cross Country (■I-3-2-1) unwrals (4) cd for Hog thai h. ' hadn-| «A-ev(4) ir n-slling (4) onal impru cm.iil. I ' lirifl I Mphwcr Football (2) llonilzfr Representative (1.3-2-1) icwlvmic Coach (4-3-2) Choir . i ships. Never a dav p. done something for | and .lilig ncc were his I.N-word . ih.- O. . . I constant companion. 201 II H I 1 W MM col IM I.WI) SIIII.ION. |..n.,vM..«N. W 1 -1 1H..1MV ,„„ ,„„ Hi, l-n,ni llw ,lnrk,;u;l ,1, ' plhs n{ E Co.-s S.I...|H-f.lKiu.f hax, ' li-li xislencf lor lol iIum ' iiian -a urprise of mn- i l tin- K cr l{ I)i i iiin " W I KTKN ' ;hosen «• n aril if Win i hiniM-ll ..m- ..I inew how lo jiick llir luomcnt. We n-iiii-nilu-r h ;actfiil s -(lioii room " Sir. woiilil il li all ridil l ' .■ ' I.VNN l)i; ITT SIKI OKI). .IK. nn . Ii.iinois ( ' .oneri ' ssional I ' lining his size ninr Jvcl lourl. ' .ii " HI I! I shoes for Saturdax InsiMM ' tion. i ractic ' ine bombing . ' ier vunt (I) ' ' Lacrosse {t-3) b dropping water bajis on ' Yearling lecture sections. fuming under his brealli al llic hoard lia c taken much of the General ' s liine. Keiuf; a ' oal i choice. he spent his time on crihhage. a iatioti magazines, or in till- hospital (from accidents). Me slioid.l realize hi andiition and make a i;ood |inrsuit |)ilot: he has the (inalities. Sonic n aspect. , Ihriiv on Ihrorv and f a prohK-m Ln nn ihr jiractical and neglects lh ' thi ' or . geniii h nature, he was a goal h ch «a no radio or mechanical •■hug " lor v couldn ' t lind the proper cMcrminant. I humor einhraced cver possible |iha-e w .uld follow a well turned ankle lor mi indifferent, fun-loving. alwa s gencro hu N. I.Nun left West Point without an with a host of friends. .i.,-. Ihcrc liicli L nn i. cn c of f lil. ' . lie e-. lmo t . . alwax. r,u■l, but ■Sll " .S T ' «n ( ) l ' isl„IS,i,mH(2-l) Manager Pistol (I) If rfstlingit) .iutomntnle ( ' .iimmillee ( ) Siintlay Srboal Teacher {2.1) tirnlaiw Club (3-2.1) V.M ™ (;) Ski-rl Rvpri-spiiuaive (3.2-I) Humlrrillb ight Shou (4.2.1) l ' l,-l eSmnker(h Clep Club (2.1) Canwra Club (2.1) Chess Club (2.1) Ski Cluh (3.2.1) Fishing Club (I) 203 i)(t i.i) i:i (;i:m-; simox Lincoln. i;i!ii sK Snialoridl Dun Iffl IJnriiln (ijn-r llircr vi ' iirs at the I ni .r ii i N.liraska to Ixcoiii. ' a Un pK-be atl I S I W Mxvav .•N.n-t.ni|..r.-.l. uiiM-llisli. jiood- iiatiirt-il. anil l al. he lias a fint- s.-n.-ic ot liuinor that . uill -•,• hiiM llMuM-h hi- rrn -ar.-,r a M..-.-,.sslnlly I a- il r.iahl,-,! Iilm l,, urallicr h.ur (;|,„ ni I ' .Ti..,ls and ' a Ph-hr .ar. To ihr C. .(;. hr Nsill hf an a Mt l.olh . hij; il 204 i;ri s (;k ' I ' sti: I) i n KoKT Sill, Okluidmv tnii lip slirh s . uril IHWK Sniilinfi Fntitlc had hi (loiniiiatcd llial aiailcmics liccaiiic a nun- |)aslimr. A mathematiral genius. Ii(i ' n iiiiilcisldoil ( !alriilii . Seldom did he miss a li..|.. a... I skilir.,llv di.l li.- -uid.- numerous goats througli tin- lal) riiiili ! acailiinics. Dissatisfied with an 80 scnre. his iiatixc :iss mi stuhbornness kept him constantlv on lh - laii a) lacing divots. Four years of c ' adel .sislciuc ha e added to Frank ' s .onviN iahlv . in.tilal alertness. and zest for living. ,ges of ass hea tiy . o he!,.: liiif: i inj; 1 1 Is ... a i lonii-lronr,! hivml h ,Naxs a.ixi.Mis I., " hurie . s., ■...■one ' s Mind .haj: s l. Ileuas li.e [.I.Im- ■ane.l srall.in- rel ..ke l(i e jMie.ns for Stan uhat Mill, sll list (igl lakes. Svrfirant (I) Slurs (2) Track (2-1) Cross Country {3-2-1) Monogram (2) Cvmnastics (4) (;oif(i.:i-2-i) nmrrnls(t) Minor- ' A " (3-2-1) I ' oinler (1-3-2-1) Pointer Representative ( ) Academic Coach (4-3-2-1) Chess Chib (3-2-1) I ' .ngineer Football (2) l istol Sharpshooter Corporal (2) l.irnteiiant (I) ll,.un!;a-:i-2.1) ,in, rols{t) l„n..i:r.,n, (2) Hop hmof:,r (t) i;.inler(:i.2-l) llhlvlir Urpresentalive llnnilreihh .Sight Show (3-2-1) Cadet ' layers (4-3) Cadet Chapel Choir (1-3-2-1) CIvr Club (2-1) Camera Clah (3-2) Camp lllamination (3) I ' lshinfi Club I ' islol Marksmati 205 w II. I, I i i) IS i ' rscii ,N n(.i;i.o. ' I ' iows SciKiliiriiil I ill ' years iij I .vr I ' aiiii njiiiiiiiitaliori li-fl ill Ihr unn-i.nriit.-,| |,ara.i.. . II.- ua- ruj.-.l 1. r.-,;;iilalii.n . I.iil .nilv tli..-.- Ii.- tiiaii.- ( r liiiii rll dorps (liclal - u.rr m.-njv iiiiiior in.iditicali.nis i lii- ..«., -.1 . -.l.„,. Hi- ,rr,,l: -I.,! 111.- run h a |( l..nL ' a 111.- ..Ihfr r,-ll..u ,I,m-,. " i [...th.-r ni.-. " ' Th.- ' I ii.aijv i-ixilian as po s ibls: !!. -s lica.l.-.l Icr lli.- (,). l. 5 . nil I ■ liiliasnii jiiihvillir »..iPoiiil U , J.issist jM lmmg,T(3.2)m J - fishinaChh [t) teinj the Iktmake Wlir Willi I fiarraii... Ill i;i w II I I i .h VN. I ' l I III., lil... 1 Inn Ihiniis ml,h.,l I rr,l Wi l l ' ..iiil. Otic u;i hi. .li.knanw - ' liaMx otliiT li( r . liiil III ' caiiic oiil on l | al radiialioii with a:- iniK ' l uriili a. lie ha. I lour Near. I and wilh I .S.M. . " s lorix dollar h.-.kl. i .umipl.l.lN doiiiinati-d. Xcadcinir tiifiicultii ' s kcjil liini Iroiii tO! Mn r Ihr l as.-hall al.oul on l)..ul.l.,la l ' i.1,1. Iial makes I ' nd most iiappN is donnin-: lln- Vrnix bhu- with 111. ' sam. ' (). .(). h.- had ha.k in h.-asi Barracks. i, |{i;n ;i; w iii.mjd ()(;i:l I.I Mill uvi. h.iNois Connrrsslonul After losin-i „ halllv ui partment. Hank came ha( k lo ai class year. Not nl [io|i ilar in I was also well kno«n an. I lik. ' .l I mates, and d.-s|)it. ' wearing ' two r..h. ' . was alwaNs willin;: to l.ii Caring little lor snakinj;. Hank sports c cuts of the .a.l.-m |il His unselfishness an.l goo.l nati feet wife. h his l. rmi " I I ' is I kept u,, «i.l i inf. ' a littl.- •lass. h. •r .lass s hath -sh.-. ' ls I all Ih. I a p.-r •iillmll Cliih (2-]) till Sluiri sltonU ' r I ' our vi-dis ((in rilhri imikc i r hinil; ;i the mat. ' rial, a ceria Mat.T th. ' mol.i. I!. ' am. ' a- a sinirkini: pl.-h.-. hut left as a manifest a I Mi in Corimral (2) Srr iranlil) tlw lla .ir. an.l onr VIma Track (I) Cross Country (,1-3) (.l i,-Clnb( -l) W.si Point i.l.aU an.l llumUvM, Mfthi Slw (2) litions. P.iscMrinf: ami lh..r. ugh in all .ii.l.aN ..r. l-isliinfiCliib (!) Ill I, ,1 " :l„-ssCliil,(l.:i.J) listm :nislic l iiimscll as tli.- icniiin . Il. ii niori- than a .ailct h.- was an exainpl.- of .•.nislrii. ti c endca or. conii ' i .-.l in .-.iin i.l i.)n. an.l ;;iii.li ' 207 VANCLKWi: l ' l{l{(Hr W I{|{I.N Si MTKU. Sol III (Iakoi.inv Sfiiiitnridl .1 wii I i) IN w isi: To Beast Barracks an hroiiglil an A.B. and four years of niilitar life al The Citadel — and lie ' s gone tliroiigli I ' lie Point without a shudder. Proud of his a--t xocahularv and knowledge of English, he ahliorred an thing lechnical. true soMlhiTii gentleman wlu) loved to aet whether on the stage or not, an will ah a s III ' riiiirinl " 1 1(1 Im hl- rri;iii triiii(l . hi smooth personalit . his wa with the fainr „x. a.id In- l,,v.- ul ,.e..|.le an. I ih.- -as life. " VAN " ( jirponil (2) l,r.lSrrfir,ml{n S,rimmi„f: { I) (.tint ft Uluniination (.,mnunvr{:i) ,,„lrm„ i:„mh{3-2-l) H,„„ln;lih M htShou- l i„l,;i„ S.„icty(3.2.l) ll„i,ilzrr{2) I ' nhluilv Editor (I) C.hni, (i-:i-2-i) I ' islol Sharpshooter Jjldoubtitlly litis yiniiifl mint coulil he one of those geniuses e ifiini(Md known as an engineer in ihe military service hut for luu faeullies. I ' cior Bill was addicted to llie unlurl iinale hahit of developing master " imioii " he.ts uilli luinieri- eal errors. Although quif an athlete our Bill .■ould hardiv hear to -e,- a ueek-end |iass ithout the conipans of a oung lail . Willi hackgniuncj arid llir hard- hut-fair " " spirit Hill should su.cee.U er uell in hi heluv ed field rtiller . •HII.L- ( ' iiri ir il (2) l.inilrnmttd) Snr,rr(l.3-2.1) Monogram (3) If ilh ihrrc init vfttrs alread heliind hirn. .lini dn u lor his elassmato a true picture of a soldier. (,)niet. ellieii-nl. M«nie«liat of an academic goat at first, he never failed irn lh - chip- wi-rc doun and the writs hardest. A conlirmed red comforter, he -till found linn- to | la a wicked hand of hridge and write long letters home to his fernmc i[ir four ears awa its hack to the caissons for .lim. an artill.-r man fir-t. la-l. and alwavs. •JIMMV (nrpornl (2) Srr canl ( ) Chrss Club (0 CmwraChib (3-2.1) I ' isiiil Shitrpshwilvr 209 HICII l l) ILKK W LSI-; CvMnN. ' Oiii,. C.n-rrssinniil .1 Wll I M I wool I » l.l i I nbined with a good (1i s|iosilioii and |.ro.luc.(l tli.- h.-st ol wives. Ih ' Na a stiid t of militaiN aflairs tlirniifrli (lilifiiril i lra-iiirririilar apidicalioii. suarthv liilii Irinii ( iarnt-gif Tccli wliose steadiness ami (lepinil- ability ooinbinjed with a good dis|iosiiioii and |.rodu(ed tlie best of wives. Il constant Still not (jutle a hook wonii. lie collected stainjjs and enjoyed many a two o ' clock bridge game lullowcil )i aililciio or an aflernoon siesta. His conscientiousness and abililN to uin friend.- earned for him the ca| lainc of the rdle team and the title. " ( !a|ilaiit Booui-Hooni. " " KATLEE- Ciirfmral (2) l.iriilriKiiil ( ) KiJIr ( i.:i.2) Caplain ( ) li„„r-.r(i rishiiifiCiiih Cnmrnt C.luh l ' isl,il Sliiir i lin, „l Ihr If esl ramv II o,»ly to hecorne a cad.t xsilli hi- heart on in. sieev. and deiinilc gi als in mind. His outstanding success in academics, in tactics, and ii extra-curricular ai-li ilies proN e that his go als have lie n won. l«a s rcad lor ; good argimient about anything. Woody used his talking abilit to hoo-l iIk n |iuta tion of the Debating Society. , man with such clear-thinking was bound to imjires us. ■ ' V()OD •• Corporal (2) l.i.u,enm„(l) : nrcrr (7-.?) I h hilling Sill ii ' l i srnii. hinl.rr hv riiihls. Slann hi-carnc lli.- lallcM man in " I " com|.an yearling ear. More intcrcstid in a|p|.licaliori- ihaii ihiorv. he had to -ludx har( for " juice. " ct swung a iman -cnw -dri cr on lii.- Dialectic .Siciclx ' - cicitrica crew. Slann ne cr cared rnuih lor lli - disci|(linc and lived routine ol the iadem but his calm good humor and Iricndlincss. hi. pra.lical outlook and willingn.-ss 1 work anil h. ' lp other- lia c made their mark upon us. • SI NN Sfr irillll ( ) ( ' .iimi llliiminiiliiiii {■■i-n i ; .- ;ir.S.«iV v (! ' - ) s .,r7i , (! ' - ) ' ' isliil Slmrfishmilpr 211 Irrlri,, al II r.l I ' ninl Corporal (2) ,„||,,.„., i„,,,u l i..... IM.ll luMrul |{,a l |{arra.k and l.iruteiumt (I) It rfsilinii ( t) hi iir iiiilildinA lar r IrMm coli.jii- lil -- I ) -liTiiliiia- U ' .i-.iont Moiiiiurr , ... , , . . , ■ i.,w ,„,M.M ' ) " " " ' ■ " ' ' ■• ' ■ ' fi ' ■• " al,l ,n.,uv.l h,.- M,.r.- w,tl the .Munafivril) Ta,! i, al ami V.udriinc l)c|.arl m.iil- ami M n lur him Sitmlav School Teacher (3-2.1) lil(l..,ij: Iri, ii,U1m|,-. Whalrx.r lir iin,l,rl.M,k Itum Camera Cluh (3.2.1) , . , , , , , , Ski CM, (2.1) ' " •• " " ' ' ■ ' " ' ' - ' " ■ ' " I ' " " ' - ' " " I ' ' ' I «-Ml..rl.r 1,. l.a.l,- l ' , ,„IShar,,.l,„.„er i„g Sim.lax S,1i,m.| an,! niana-ini; llir xxr-MJing team. In- | iil his heart iiili it aixl iiad coinplrli ' coniniaml ul ilic silnalioii. a wile and a gi-ntlcnian I hnl.l l.ini u|. a . an . ' xaninlc .1 KU mi. ■k uIIm- , a.lapl,-,! himsrlf in-ll t, Corporal(2) ,.„„,i„fr ;, ii.a-l Itairark- .a.j. ' l. Ill- r.ad uil anil Lieutenant ( ) (rnss Country (t) I T|.rl iial -.nill.- mad.- Iiiin a |hi f.MM r..,,niniat. ' . Hills ItiolvrlirS 1h-I ,- Iha ir; rh .iiiahh. (.I.r Iuhr2) liMniiClnhd) lhn„lr,,lih M ihl and a ladi.- " man. c. la .- I lhook-- h.- Ii.und how (2) „ „„., ,,.„..n,l aca.h.nnr, raM . Th.- S•r ir,- udl a,.,,n-,,a.,. him as oDJ l;-.l..l Mori.- W IM.I l I()UHI. IMMI l!M Ui M)Ki. Nim.iMv ( niitiri .si„niil IIERT L ASSE!$ iii: el ;!i iLJ 1 I . llt air aliuiil I.. iM.omr lir-l ( :ia Mn.ii. fin.l il - I l |Mii-.- an. I.H.k l,a.k u,M... •..« N.ar. Iru.-. ihrr.. »,n- ,I,,|Im„ ,n |M-.l mmi- .Innnii ill. ' .-.-I-I. f:rav. NNinl.r fn.-rnin;;- ClH-inislrx l.al.-. v,a,l„, I., I,,- l..l,l ..I llial .In-iv.- Sl,a,.f;ri - I a. rnrl..uL ' li. Hul lli.iv «a aU.. ih Coiil-Kli;:!... ' .-!- I Iiall fiai.i.-. llial u ...i.l.ilul la l .la ..f .|pau in;: .v.n an ...■.■aM..nal. .x.ln.iv.- Ii..| r..r n- in ( aillnin ' I lall. 111.- |.ain-. an. I |,l.a-ni,- ..I .-..« N.ar liav.- |.a--.-.l n..u; l.nl u. ' an- l,a|,|. . l..r tli I r. | aikl. ' - uilh |.r. ini . ' . - mm KHWKI.IN. ZKTTKI. -MolMM I . IlKICB, PIETSCH, DANNACHER, GLASGOW. -FKOll. IIOCkEK. UII ' I ' IN. ll . JORDAN, ANDREPONT, GORMAN, CAREY. DOVER. K ITT. KKSTI.KK. II VKKIS. « EART. REBH, PRINCE, BROACH, M() -MITII. R. J., B«ER. ELLIOTT, GITHRIE. BATSON, PORTER. BEVAN, NAZZVIi -I ABLER. BOWLIN. RIC :iO, FREER. IIELTZEL. MEASE. IIYNES, NVGARD. KTT. " KI I II K. TVYI.OR, BITCIIER, » . " XTERS. ROSS. ST4LI.. . IU UV. TIIOM VS. S VBI. II I . UK VI IV. I llllll-TTKK. v ir- ' Mml ' i- ' iii ' ' ' i ' iiiii " " ' " ; " ' ' " ' I!!ii " ' ' r iJ ' " a j« s of 1 |»- ti 215 i s. Ill (; ;, JONKS. IK. COI.E, TEIXKH. p. PHELPS, BOYI.K. MiMlilcal ImiI... D.Mlpin wll r , r u..rk.-.i li.ii.l ,.n,l |.l.n.-,l li.in 2Kl lU St aihl in lni ' li i ' Miniiiirr i ' aiii|i ilinicil ii iiiaiiN la alliriiuon in iIh I Il,-,- an. I -.1, Ihr i.Min- , I-. l.aiMn- a. a. I, nil.- .Iian .-.l iiian .-t ..nr •., — m,ii- «i|Ii lli.- " iv.l .•..iiir..rl.r Mina.f iiilo a I l.i-la|.- -Inm l,-. uilli lli.- Imm,!.-. Itnl lli.-.- u.II-|mi.i li,.ni- -.■i .-.l ..iiIn I.. Miinnlal. ' ..iir v.-ri im Clin-lina- l.av l a |.l Iini-li ,.n .fnii.-nt-. N«a r. ' , .ailiii.. s.ar. r. I). I ' r R LA. HOOD, WATKINS, OTT, OI.MSTK M). K(11)NK . ()I I ' M N. (I( M I1. 1 1 UM 1 H . I ' l ' HVNE, HEKRES. STEVENS. WALSH. (;HKK W VI.T. SMNK. I ' ll.ll. IIMKN. MKIN- I . M VKTI . STEIM.E. Ill NT. PARKEK. ENGLISH, « ARBl KTON, TANKSLEY, ANDERSON, TEN MKKI . RKNZl LLI. KOliKKS. LK VNDER, ABBOTT, RAY, R., MIRACLE, NORTON, BURNS. IIOKKMVN. I.VNliSTVKK. HCOITIKE. LAIDAM. COVER, HOl ' SER, DANER. BECKETT, HA THOMAS. T LoR. M : «;regor. brvdy. hilhelm. weyric:k. neier, black. HOLLER, decker, BETTS, LINTON. I I ;KI NSON. E ST- PIRCELL, THOMAS, BIRNETTE, ROSE. SMITH. E. F., I DSON, NESSELBUSH, HINT, II. T., DIDLEV, MOORE, nivto I C L A S S O F 1 9 iFwpy ' m I 17 ' llC ' tMMJM ] IIKMIhllSO ' , III(: ;INS, l Ktc. %iii,i.im;ti»n, titti.k, hkiim. si;s TT. i-:i I mil, s i i-o . i III.ANnKoltli, -II l■l . Ml I I I I, R0(;ERS, HENDERSON, J. E., EII.EK, NELSON, GOES, S NDEK-i. MciiiN. K. KEN 1.I,. «M.l, f:E. MOORE. STE RNS. V I,TERS, NOI.AN, KM. I M NN. VHM T1II N ;. HVMM. :l s . I K KI . I I SILVIO, TAVLOR. MISSVI MIM-IHIIM.. -IMM(1N . MOHTI M . Ill I M. TKWART, HOFFMAN, PITTS . -MiW.i M ' K . I 1 Mill- ■.|IV MIN ||| MIERD GI ' CGER DAVIS S ' w i:in: n.i;. ' lilv l.a|.|n tli;il ,li-l;.iil li.lv Nl. l.ii..N;ml -|i.l.. - in -.1. •I n,-l,.-,l ,1- rr,„M llir -1,1111.11 iiplii iKiriM.k-. in -|.ilr ol lli. ' Ii.i- I.Miln,.. Iinni l.iUli I,., ml-. I ' lnr r inlKuliMlKin I iIiLii ' n lilr um- m |i.Ii: Ii I.M.k . ' N.iiMIx Iuo nun - |o nmlri-l .nnl lli.il mII u ;i i-in. ' - ronrrnlr.ilin- ..n liMnnn-. ,i ur lin,! ,.! ih.il -a|i lirlu.rn iimIi.iii .iihI nnlilaiv III.-. I ' ll. Ill U.I- h.ii.l. I.nl ivi ' .i inhnn l.i.iii;:lil trai- I li.ink liilnr-- in oiii kin.uniL ' . | ' li li.nl r,n ..nn Ir.l .1 l..ini.Lili..n -ii.. ' r....rulU lanl. Mil ' M MC LEAN, BERG, FORTIIOFFEU, F. AS, IRVINE, DOUGLAS, BROWN, CAVANNA, Ml ' RPHY, WATERVIAN, SNELLING, HARD, JONES, MARTIN, DUNN, JONES, GERHARD, LERCH, GII.SON. POLLIN, GALLEZ, FORSYTHE, ZOTT, MULLIN, MC COY, BRADY, RIVERS, PHILLIPS, BROOKS, HUGHES, CLAYTON, BRUNO, KAIIN, MILAM, FULLER, WILLIAMS. MAIION, LYNCH, VITULLO, SCOGGIN, IIEISS, GUILD, PEUGH, FULLILOVE, ANDRESEN, DE GRAFF, ROGERS, DANCY, HAMMOND, LEE, PUCHKIIC, SCHARDT, HALE. BAHTZ, SAMUELL, DI NAPOLI, ROBBINS, GERVAIS, CUMBERPATCII, WILKINSON, LIM, NELSON, SPALDING, CLEVELAND, MALONY, ANDERSON, NICOLETTI, BROWN. TKACIK, GAFFNEY, DE VAULT, MC ARDLE, COOCII, GLAB, LA FLEUR, PRAHL, ERICKSON, WESSELS, ROBINSON, SCIOLLA, HALSTEAD, NORTON, BOOTZ, BROTHERTON, CARLISE, WEAR. I| ' |lf CLASS OF 1JI45 210 SI ALT Y LIST Allen, L. W. drepont. p. k. Antiioker. v.. J. 1)1.1. vs.. K.N. I. C. Ik. Im rr. H. II. In. h.ui. . II. Iii. Knii,,,. .1. i:. Kl NKK. H. . LVNK i O | l» Uhuk. W. 15. D ' .Nvn.. I ' . ,1. Hum vM,. I.. .loM.-. H. 15. IlTZLKK. I{. K. TviKM. .1. WlM.M.K. r. |{. Antomoi.i. I . I.. Hki.kfk CXMI ' . I. l. llvmtiN .i..N. |{. K IIdvdk. W. J. Jones, R. J. Jr. J »RDV . II. F. . l»HT ) . . |{. JH. Seese, W. a. Siiii.L. S. C. IIIUMV.. I. . rOMPAM Gross, L. M«:K. I.I vs. . Lv . IoHHKTT. C. (;. Pkvtt. J. I. KOIIKINS. J. C. Si ' m I. hi. (;. Jii. TllMllt. I. .S. Ian,„i„ W. W. llutK L()[.D your eyejs up, Ii.sler — this is " I " Co, " - the familiar words lieanl h every l)lebe who has walked guard in summer eamp. Yes, we ' re the " little flankers " — the spearhead ul the lost Third Batt — the beginning of the end of every parade — the home of Indifference. iii. ' . uc teach our plebes that the " I " stand8 for indifference — the indifference to evervthing lull to the ideals of the Corps and of our Company. For we are " ' I " ( o — everv man a brother wiio shares the sorrows and joys of the (Jorps with e«pial enthusiasm — every man proud of his ronipany and its (radilions. Millt w I ' . 1,1 I! in-ar tlir fi) 111. lln ' I ' irsl (!lass (lliilt is in our midst, uiid we run ti lass; r l«M k (l » Mi into lUv (rrneral ' s hackvartl. (lit ' An ' lic winds sweep down tlie Hudson strai ;ht inio »ur windows, and llie twclv - o " clo k hop crowjls awakens us weekh. Ilul we wouldn ' t Irailc with an one! Not an isolated fxroup. we have tried to he a larjie jiart of the ( iorps. lor the (iorps has been a larfie part of us. The spirit of eooperalion has been anion r us from the first, resnltin ; in a eonipan free from inler-elass frietion. We ' re proud to lune the honor of h Mn in Ka Ko. 5 1.- € O M P A Y tL — iMi? -iV ,tf ■ ifcn ' i-ir r-iVf ' iir. iitfSK - " iMif K Ol " " " (:oiii|iaii do iiul adVcl an air of s»a h-lmrkliii ' ; iiulilTon ' iKf. nor uf slri «- lor tlu- iron (ouch of ilu- rrussioii (Mianls. ' Plii ' ) ar« ' habits of thr cxtn ' niisl. and il is a slanchn;; " I " ( iornpan) hcHcf that «- (r» ' inisni is a |»olic lo hr scrupulously avoided. Instead, uc lia c foiloucd a |)alh shiih wc hdicM- to he hascd upon the linesl traditions of the American sc)ldier. that is. the inspirin«: of men to do their dut because it is tiieir dutv. From the observa- tion tf this polic . from nnitual admiration, from conunon likes and dislikes, have arisen true friendsllip . binding ' and e crlaslinfj. SiitiiiiiMlM ' n COM PA Cmlrl Cuplnin OUKI r O M V A X ' R()L(iHT up in a spirit of " take things as llicv (oim ' " lliat has often heen likenod to indifference we have spent a riotous three years followed by a fourth not so riotous. Though outsiders have remarked on a change, we feel that the original tenets of " M " Company remain as alwa)|8. Our hives, who formed over a cpiarter of the first hundred, have never been too busy to help the goats. Our erstwhile contingent on the football team still wear the same size hats. Besides six Academic Instructors, we gave the Corps six captains — three to the Tactical Department, three to Corps Squads. ♦ i.,„,i,„ii d-n IS.nin i (4-3-2-I) i,nwmh (t) Mim.r ■■ r Ci-L ' -l) I ' ,. I,, l,„k-m„n " Sheep " is hafifiicsl ulicn Im i. i. Iiiiluucd uiih a krcii arialxlical iiiiiui ••.S|„-.-p " could liaxr n.a-lrr.-,l all l.i .■. „.-, had lh,v -uil.-.l 1,1- la-l,-. it nv .■■ I.I alhlnl.-. hoM lir-t |.la.v « a- unn-nallv -„.r. — In! a- ,n i,!.-ii.-ed | ..■ Iik. . H.- Ihr.w it so l.ani varling sumni.r llial ll « a .aplur.-.l. (ira.luatio.i i. lr. " ■Sli. -|. ' takiii i thr MrCorj.s. HAKK " Cnrimrul (2) I .ifulimunl (I) y.mthall it) Clwir (t:i-2-l) lliintlrrillli ifihl Slim (l-l) IhlmiiiifiCliihi 1-3-2) (.hvCliih (t-l) l-ishin i Chih I ' i.ilol Marksmiin (:„rf,nr,il(2) S,-r :rant ( I ) In III. ' siunnirr nj ' i Ulir iiiunnlaiti ul K.nlii-k jo-l on. ,,1 il„i|- 1,,-t ,l.-i . " .|..Imi kri.u l..,u to Iwmlffr a rUlc Inil itol vvitli lli - |...in|. an, I , nrnioiix I nrlr Sam n-.|Mir. l. " Bcasl Harrack- ' j:a .- Iilrii lli.- larl ihal l.d In unr of thr iira.l.nn. „ ,„lu,r,r n, In- lH„,k and lli-karal in In- .-.mi- .(sslsMfi SniHi; lillfl 1nn„ ,r (.(-:. ' Sii iinmin t M(iiia i-r ( 1 ) ,m„ ,.r-,, •• (•• (1) r i.,w7« (;-. . 2-1) Iliimln.llh Mfil 1 Shm, (t-2-h li hiiifiChih .llllilrlllii (iHlil HI ■ 11 ,! ■ llll ' lll ;..f s,, l, ■ " ■ 1 ' . (.. s;,..r, ... r.. .• (. ' . ) ( hrrrlviulrr ( I 1 llnuilz.ri:i.2) s. mn i f.Vii j CM ' . ) ||j_ »aiinlli ami -incirilv liaxc- nm.ii him nnnimrrahl JOHN MAHION BAkKU ()ki, iii)M ( .ir . ( (Ki.MKiM C ' ontiri-ssiiindl ROBERT WII.LIWI BKKRS iNTi:i P nk. I ' l.ouiDv ( ' iiniirrssioniil 231 Il.millmll Miniufirr (1) „h ' l (Mn,,rl I slwr (I) (: .r|p- uilli ll l,r;ik.- lu W.-t I ' ninl ,, nlr„t lo 1 ll I.-ImIh. I.. ' S| Mil,ir,l. ,l .]ur Inokl . I,.- uill l.a. ' lii- in ' ' in ll.r irl s ,i Kiinryrnlati MAMA BOO " ( ' orpnrat (-) Srr ii ' aiil ( ) I ' oialxill ( I ) Track it) Onr IhimlrvillU ifil,l Shoii (I) ( ..lur l.iiK- ( :.„.,,, Ilhimi.mwm .iiri i ral (2) lirulrmmt (I) iimrrul.i (7) ( .MiiniiHliiH ( ll.,i,itz,T (. ) | |IM ' Clllh (I) l!„.,nl,.fi;n,rnmr, (I) I llnunh miil l.,lrll J " iimi, I!..., ■ I,.- r„||r,t, o.l.l fm , aii.l Ih.I.I r,,n,i. i;:rM.n-. lli.- im[.l.-a aiil ihin- in lijr. and n, ,■, miss.-, llir lai lin.lli.r-. II Siihllr ,is II loll „j hrirks ialMfc. ! »u ' yi insl as liaiil. Don i- a im-I n.a l.r in kno. k ..ni-.lou n v.rl.al -kirmislK-s. i in- ihn.n;:!. t l.l..- x.ar. pnllin l.a.k an, I lea, In, ' will. hi. .Inn. .arn.,! InM. K lil- ' I ' i ' l " ' " ' " ' " H ' -lnl.- -v n.hnl,,- ,,1 har.lnr,. in K C... T.. him raJ.nn. u r - ,i- ). lr..ul.l-onir. h.,,,- -,l,l,,ni iMM-in-. and ll,.- li ll.r- al ay8 a I, an. Is n iid vuii.. , ..n-. i.-nl ,..n- ..nll.M-k. a " UI.ISS- Srr iriiiil (I) Skrri Tram Vi-2-l) si.i (hil, (:t-2-l) I iJtiiifi Clllh (J.I) l;.l..l l:y,.rr, , .-N.TN linn;:!! u,,rk il-.ll -u.-.l uiih a « I.ihil :: I „l h.m an - iN ll Ih.- -ki Irail. ..!• .la-inni; ..11 I., -h. I. -I |,l.a-.n,v. DON LI) I H NK 151, Ml Clevelvm). Ohio Coniin-ssiondl LKONAKD JOHN HLISSK.NBACll (rRKAT K i.i.s. I()NT N C.iiniircssidiuil 233 ( ' .orfiitral (2) l.irlltrlKint ( ) 7 .,, , (.(-: - ) •HOB " Cnrpitrttl (2) SlTfil ' IIIll ( ) l-nntball ( - ) Oiw llumlrr.lili Ulii Slum ( - ) (miIi ' I ( ' .lini vl Clidir {t.:i-2.l) llnuilzi-r (2-1) Spiirls i.ililtir ( 1 C.nliir l.inr {1} I ' istol Mnrkxiiiiin ■(i-:i.2.i) iinwnils it) r.Vi.ss ( Inh I l-lii,.:: (Inh •Ml .sllll ■■ lt„ll„lin„ l.ljulnnl ( I 7 - . , {i-:i-2-n nmr,als (I) Mnjnr ■• (•■ (2) It.nin (. ) CImi, (l.:i.2.l) l-ninlrr Kr,,. (3) l.l.rClul, rr ulli, ii,m. V [..•itetl a,lMl.-..t ll.i l-MokJ M-hi Shu«-. H,.h -.Ii..u,-,ll,i9 l.r iiijmx ro|,|M-.l rTiiy| Ilia, I. hair, hlllr rv. y. (v f j W a K rrl ro.u.rl ll.lr. ,im I a I, -io,i ofHiM k-li..l " III [lis i! } il lial.ilal. v |ui. k Ic •n.-ral an. I m.-li.(ilu,, a an ol,l niai.l. i rnrn.IlN y rvpl.w, ' lio raliunaMr.,a ' i,,l,un.ll. ' v o„ iIh- Ih-I ni..xi. ' .,( Ihr ,|,Ma,l,-. 11... naluial alnlMT-l.. lak, hi- ,ln.„:;.-|a-,l. i ( ,.l.,r l.in. Cum,. Ill,, ■•| i;i)- SiT ii-aiit ( 1 1 Innlluill (I- 1) rr,„k (:i-2-l) „ iinining ( ) (..«i( hmilmll (2) s. i .is i (:i„h ll„i„ll,„ll ( l„l, , „. jh H.;l i. ..min;: , h al . ' l I ' oinl. Ill lirii of -.Unix ill!: Ii - Na .iK-rallx a riii;. ' Irail.r in -n. Ii Ivpica " - C... a.lixili.- a ,liau?:in-. I.n.l-.- anio. (, ,.ll.all |m.oK. an, I Imm.,11. ' Ii::hl- II,- ,nl.n-l- nic ' liMi. ' -|m„i- n all kind-, .r.-u la. in:: m |,a,lirnlai- an,l pivllv ,,1- I ,„■ llw iallri- I,, ' ha- a .Irhiulc «.akii.-. Ihr iii,.iv -.1,. ,- -i,l.- ol H,-,l -l,n«- -hain. .I.ar iiini.l and ih. ' al.iliU I.. -.1 lliniu- .h.nr. u KOIilK I l u )()[ (. Ml, hkincii m Los N(.i;i,i;s. Cvi.iiouMv C n rrssi,,,,,,! (:m{ii iiiuitiur u) . in, U() :illv-i in. i; ' IdUK SriKilDiiiil [ SriN l ' lUICK in KM. W OoDii v KN. Ni: Okk ( ' onsn ' ssiiniiil 235 fc •JUIIN- J OV - JIiS L: Tnwk {1.2.1) • yV F.«.ttmll{t) m Out of ihr Vr.vav pliiins .a.iir llii l.al.l-liradr,!. l.allMr.j:ral)hiiig cowbov. (Uu- cil ihc leu who -|Mril iiiorc limi- ii a nil coinlurlir lliaii ittiiig ill a chair, .Iciliri wa- a( liialK nol la jii l ia -fiuiiif: and rt ' laxcil. Mis ' arl n-oord of .l(trictil . uliich Mill I iiulil cuiinl uii one liaiiil. lill ul ' idiiMi.rUioiisiicss rallicr than lilrlioriiii;;. Siiicrri-. iiit |iiikiii. |M (■- irlJ: llii- r( iiraj:i ' In li;. ' lil Inr lli loin iciions " lilaik .liilin " i. a lusal ami Iruc Iri.nil unilir arn atnl all i inun. la.Ro. Ci •JIM- •rfii ' firit (I) Siiiinininfi ( f) llonilur f.J) Clins Cliih Cnnum Cliih hishinn Cliih I ' isliil Shiirpshuiitri ,Tf!r, ( ) Miiniifiir. I ' rmiiifi LutTonne (t) -Iruis. IWnrr. i, as rr lihr ill " ' n ihionK ihiii ' W i-l point fvrr hail oiil iiiiii[ilaiiiiii;; iriiii lil. TrNiiig lo k l.iliiarx lio.ik-. |.hoiu.i;rn|»h. Kll.r ui lo liiiil iniii ' li lliuf lor s%iili» ' C »«rrtTnirVt ' ar I Mar hail i-Mr I liiiin; under coiiJjEpl, n lyifl anljp »1ils oT a |iri)hliui r vii|il.il Mlii . aii .l.lin.alr Chut ' - ihaia. I.r. Ill I s „ ,:, ' , -luli,! triuwilx of | r. art mishakahl.- .ahi iiiii-l (lilliiiillii . a kiTii CM- lor ihi ' iii)|H rtanL |ioiilariioii-. ull ami m u have ihf -Jilii ' ii M-r-alllr inl.T.-t- anil arlixilii- a- a r.ulrt (lorlcMii a |.roin olofhi-.r-. W.- Ill Mill i.|ir.-i-i.t him a a ■•niniM " .ail.l an- iii ' oiiil III .oiinl a- a ila--iiKili- ami a lirnllnT olliir,-. I ' ,.■ r„lhusi„.li, H,„U Sr,fi,„n, ( I Innlhilll Usi liinl manafiir i.l I,r 111. ■aiU 1 ral ,,,„,.„„•„, M.lllflf!,-, ( ) un,,r.ihi-,al.l N Ih l I ' liinlii l Mv i t 1 1 1 limlolililrilK 1 ihi I ' mntrr K.iimrntaliir ( ) 1 ishinfi Cluh (1) l-laxii.g irihl a;;i-. 1 ■ kill •„f.. .s7,,„,, „„,(,7 l.fi hi- aiv lo,... lo„. . lou " hirl- -lax hiiv. W nil In- iViiiiilK ahiail 1.1 iillin rail. I-. Ilr i- ■ iMii.il kiiiiul.il;;.-. ami is Hiihi, 1- alua - hu-N. bv it i-l -illin ami lhiiikiii ;, and I i{(»iu;i{ I ' w 11.1,1 M (viJi ' iN ii;i{ l ' MiMi:usMi.i i;. TiAvs ( ' iiiiin ' ssi iii(il ,1 ii;s i M)iS() cw im;s.s. jk. I ' I(IS. ' I ' lCWS ( ' iilifirrssiiiiKll KKirii (nn- soN (;ii ' ri iKLi) MiNoT. Numil I) K()l (.(iiiuri ' ssioiKil KoiiKirr ii()i{ iin cLvci rr. in. Know II. I, i;. IkwicsskI ' ; C.nn ' ircssiiindl I ' rimi llifihiss oj ' 1 1 anil a losing ball I.- ullli lli. ' Mallicinatics Ucparlnu ' iit K(lil lariic- lo u- I ' lclir ( iliri linas. Since llial time he lia nrvi c l si-vcral minor kirriM lM- uilh III.- V.ad.niir I ).|.arl ni.nl. l.ul a ir l.nlli on ihr .l.parlin.iil lia a n.o.l.l uilr u,l|.|ik, .11 loi i .-la " ■■ ' " " ' ' - a|.|.roa( I ' . I ' .as -i;oiri;i anri ha- l.-,n •OICK- SiT piint (I) Tnirk {t-:i--2-t) iin„mU (I) Major " r (3.2. h Cross Cniiiilrv (1.3.2-1 hiitiifi,rr (I ) l.lrrlinn C.nmmillrr ■CI.KM- SlT i ' lllll (I) S„rrrr H.3.2.1) llorhv (1.3.2-1) l-.nlfil) nlli ' inaii. I- 1: ■ In n from lln, jLj iJh ■ a S l an l li in- lliiii--. I ' l.i om IlmH I.MluM.al -ul.jr, I, ari.l In-lors. Vra.hn I is.-.-,. I, In- •I.OMON- .......,-»(,; (ss( i»„,,,-,s M ,.. Huiil,- ,. .-,s (1-3) I. ,„l,n,ir Cmrl, (2) lln.,l,„ll (I) Irwii (2-1) . m Wi Cliih ( ) ( ■.. ».•( ) .S(i»if .n S lm,il Tituhrr (2) Ski Cluh II) Sinrr I ' lrhrun, I Ikin.- i.-arn.-.i al..,Ml ..r,.- ..I lli.- Im-.| ,.11-.., ..nn.i ni.-ii ll.a ,aN.-.- .-r-kn..un. iM.-Iv « . .r.j- ...r I I. -11 v .-u ..ll ...I l..n. ( .laii.l ;:iu -u|m-,- .a.l.-l mIImi- an. I .-..n-.-i.-Mli.Mi- u .rk.-r. 11.- I.nn.-.l lu ' -l .a|.laiM an.! -..I a.l|ulanl. . I -Ili.-i.-n.-N. i; I I ' , an.) l.ori. n an- on i.ar. W ..ni.-n hav.- Ir.ml.l.- vmiIi Inni. I.nl l v ■-I -I, I.DW IN CHIMIN CI.M ' I ' . IK. I ' vKct). NuiMii l) M i Scridluriiil KICII Mil) KoKKirr :i, i{K I)if:..o. (:M,ii(.iiM .il,uniil CmnI (;i,|{ll HI)T CIIHISTOIMIKK CI.KM KN ' I ' SON Iinm; i ' oi.is. MiNMXdv (.tinarrssiiinitl L KKNCr. I.OI TON COIiH vwMi. (ii; )m.i ( ' nntiri ' ssiiinitl 239 lii-iiiii (III Iniiv linil ol 111) lillli- cli liiiclion. JaikV rar-n-ailiiiig ac(|iiain-j laiK ' i ' ill ihc riii | lii lii luiliiral all ' aliilitx iiuiili ' hi- -ixiallv -inrliiKil |ialli llin ii°[li| W.M l ' ..iiil an ca s uiir. Mi- -kiiiiii li.- uilli ill.- V.a.l.ini.- I ).|.arliii.iil- an. I - I. Ill .N.-iiIiial i.|..ii.-. Hi- ..iilv .liMi.-ss 1 lslii.lNiiig«lii.h I. Il liini iiiucli liiii. ' I..r hi- lax. .lit. ' h..hhi.-: l.iiiii-. |.h..I..jrraphy. .1 j:. ' " .! ihiii.-.r. I. id: anil lanlv uilli I ' - " I ' " ' " " -- l.i ;iirii,„ii ( 1 Irwh 1.(1 lu,„.fir i;i III Ollr Ihlinhrillll M;:lll ,„„ (I ' . i ' I ' .D. « -r.- „ (anura C.luh it-.i- -l I ' isliil ShitrpshoDlrr anil uiilin- hll.r-. Dra-iii.!. ' Bill a! Cainrni Cliih ti ' -l) Hmli,, Chlh ( ) r i. ' sv ciiil, (I) I ' i.lul M„rLsmn; ■ H : r (nllinrnt (2) l.i.nlvmml (I) Innihall (l-:{-L ' -h ,, .i.r.i s ( I Miiitiifirn ' ii i-t ' l!-! ' li„-,.lH,ll ( ..(-J- ) l., ,7.l s ( ) Muj.., ■ (■■ (.(-- ' ■ 1 ( .imi, llhimiimlinn ( ..mmill.r (h li lunu (liih Dnit Iklk h ' i l nilliri t Jiiiiisrlf. ami iIhivIjv -hiiun Mr i I iii.l in. Ill- ha- iili-a- M.ilh ol aii . Mi- ' - i-oii-i.li-ral n.ii. Hi- ■ ' .iiipai al i i- i a-, ol hull; Ihi- i-aili-iiiii l).-|,arlini-iil ha- -n.ii liiiii ..|.|.i.rl iiiill x luil.-K.- Iiiilh.-r in|i lal Ihaii nii. l of it an- ahl.-. Im- hi ha- iIi-m-I. .|.r,l a ,l,-,-,. a|.|. .Ni.l Iha i|Kiin ami (it- riTuTAtn I ' lilhiial ihaii niiol ol i an- ahli anil ail. ami |p||OlOgi-a( iviH-Y U lirn Hill nvnir.l -uwrlhi M. hi- |.ii kill lip lliri-i- Majnr W. Il - uanl.-.l ihi- mi. I, II.- ..I ihi- .la--. II.- lik.-.l i-i-,|».n-- il;fv W hi-lhi-r II ua- lor a h.»..ll.- Ii;:hl. a ha-k hri.l " .-. Ih.-ii- ua- 11.1 I. Ml- I11...-I- r.-a.h ..r iii.it n ••.)oll •• („r,mnil C ' ) l.irnhnani (I) Ita.hllHill ( .. ) hnir ( .. .-•■ ) tnn,,l I, ill, Ihr nolrr -. ..I a .-..ll.- .- .-.hi.ali.Mi. .| ..hii .am.- «.-il !. Ii-..in I ' linli..- I iiu.-i-ilx. . -iihJ.-.-l ua- -.. iiii|...|-|aiil ihal h.- ...nl.l ii. l k.-. uilh li.-lion: 111- ua- i-..nli.l.-nl ihal il li.- l.-r ..! a l..rniiila li.- ...nl.l .l.-nv.- Iii- lli- .l.-|.-iininali..ii ami . ..n-.i.-nl i. ii-n.— ni.-n-a-.-.l. ami In- h.-li.l- u.ii- al :i. iiii.l. ' .l III -im-.-iilN. W. ' -l l ..inl -.-. ' III- I.. !..- jii-l an a. ..-i.-ial in- -lii.l.- in a .-.• -lnli-an-i-i-. lUirn-cni. M iiM vm Cimunssimml l)i Ml) IlllVin COWOII.V ,ll{. W siil N(. ION. I), i.. (. )H " rvssiiiiiitl W 11. LI 1 I.DW Mil) COHLKV. .IK. San Frwcisco. (! viiEDUM V Confirrssiondl JOHN i;i) M{l) (IK MC Im)[ n i-oi.i-. Indixnv Connn-ssionnl 241 I.iriii.n.mt (I) Slurs ( -.{-J) , „«., . (Mil, (3-2- 1) Irminfid) Clus- llisloriaii (3) ailrl liislnirtor ( ) " SANDY " (orimnil (2) S,rfi,;ml ( ) Crnss Cnnntry ( ) (.ynwaslirs (i) iim,r„ls (I) S,,, ,is i Chih (.(. ) Our llun.hrM, Mflhl S ,„l. (J ) (, .•■ ( liih CI I S Tfirmil ( 1 Irnnis in „mr,„ls (») l.na-l ( inns ; (;( (« ( i ' f r anxlliiiiu uilli anxliuilv. .lark w ; UMiallv hr « lt.l»r. ' M III. a.rrnl. ' .l ra. ,v ll.al XN.II make Imim a i: i ollr ■ iiilrrr l.-.l il , Vrniv Inal ' ■. il,|r, ' l iIk-i loa.laii.Ulill 212 i.i.i.ioir cvuii ci ri.i.K. ,ik. liuooKiiM,. l s ( in siiris SfiKiloriiil v ■1 ■ ' 1 j ? 4 , ■ ssr 3o J JOHN n Hi)i)[ i) ii:s ON I ' lKII). Cm.IIUHMV Colli. M u:k " (:..r,,„ml (2) ( iil ' liiiit (l) I •„l., {1.3.2-1) (••1,1. (I) iiim-riils (I) li,i„r- (• (. ' - I ., - ,imii.r ( -.(--•- ) ( ,„l,l ( h„i,rl Siimhiv N l,,., Irnrhrr I- ' - ) (hninnn,, :..,„,, .1,1(1: sliuirrd ,„n, ' ll,inii m, ihr Imll ulirii In- (ir-l lo,„l un lil Km- Iu kr.|, IVorii llii- nml . r lia r w alclicd liliii -how inmli mote uii jl i-mt ,-iiUf ia llilni: III ' i|(H ' . riii ' li( liavi ' mil liim vnIII ihmi ' liiriri ' l his noise and ease r ;:i-ttinj; lliiiij. ' ilom-. nor nmII |Iii lorml In- na vhi.li lir al va lolloui-il l, a hilariou. oullmrM. I .new. was our " oixl old I ' riiiiiirr (iun ' a Dianr. " ill those |)vms 111- litie-l man I r lishinjl Chill l ' i liil Shiiiii liii l„„lh„ll ( ) „n,rn,ls (I) lla-l.rlhall ll-:l-2.l) h.j„r ■■ r (I) Tmrk ( t-:i-2) Majnr ■■ r (2) rvi.v, ciuh l-i-inl Maihsmw, ■■ :v (,„i,„r„l (- ' ) I ii-l Srriiiimt (I) lt„J.,il.„ll ( 1-2) ln„., n,m (2) ,,„- s l (liih (2-1) lli.il,;!,, Snrirly I ,,„„l„lr,ll llrilil III l ' f.1,.1 l. l« Ull.l, " ( nriionil (2) i, I ii t SiTHriinl (I) l.„.l,n,ir :,Hi,li{:{-2-h I r ,.,s 7ii . ( ■.{) I i l,inf!(l,il,i2-l) ■ ' ,,■,( U,i„,-.,nl.iliiril I ; ' ,w„ „, .sm„-i l„ II r.i i;,i„l la ( hio Stall- Kill I ami- lo .arrx oil tin ,1,1, he hail ili-M-|o,M-il III Ihi- l!u -k.-M- State, lie lill iiilani-. Ill- k Ml. ihi- ri- :iiili-i-l a.li ilii- -inia-l ml nil I i.mli l!i I JOHN {[ ssKi.i. I)i; m;. ,ik. DON M.I) i;i (;i:m; dki i kk llviuN. Coi.oKVlio Con rrssinniil w :v : { w M roN dillon W M ()M) . Illinois Congressidiidl W 11,1,1 1 HAMPTON KDW KI)S Ikon TON. Ohio ConfirrssiinKil 245 ,r iranl ( ) Cli.ss Club (t-:i) Si iiasli Cliili (2-1) (.IrrClllI, (2-1) ( „.■ llnn,lrr,llh Mahl Shnir (- ' - I li-liiiifi CInh I. ' - I •, („ l„rl..m,m II li.l., hjtn In hi- l.raii.li. ■■I ' Im- (, ...-. ' t. ..I lialll. " I i(;iii INC mtir- Kriiiiitinliil Siijijils l„,.,h„ll I -.M ' . ) hljn, • " (■■ CM ' - ) „ I. ,, , ( ) (( nMliiifi ( 1 . ii ii.ra .N ( ) Tmrk (l.:i.2-l) CIms Oqirrr (2) •CUM NCKV I n,i,„rul (2) l.iriilimml (I) lin hrlhill {l.:i.2-l) Itllsrhilll il:l-2-l) InHinrvi l,u.ll,all I- (. .• • Cliil, ( ) li.hini! CInh (2.1) Inn „l slum: lir.irW. ' ' ' f: " l l ' " •- ' l ' - ' iU- ..ur li..l.. Ii iilinu H..li U U rn.-.wl-. iK.nl-liiIlm- UoI.I.n J:; aTm.. U - i;rKl.rn„ ,hhI un-lh,, |. " -rill, a hi-arlv clmcklr. an. I a 1.. ,- ,,1 lr.,lir nlakr In.n llir i.n.l.- ..I W .-I I ' .|,,|,lin. ■! ' (. kn..« Ihi Mi.MMinan an, I n- .!a-.| .T ( ..n„l I, 111.- Innn.ii-.- l.,llouin .ji;jl«-frElK rSj|,. ' " llor.. 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(jiiiiirrssiiinal VKCIIIHM.I) l)() l,l) IISKF.N. jH. llu.NOl.ll-l. lixuvil SriKlloridl has rontriliiilril I ' rralK to liis success as a cadet. iIk- Di triit ofl I acailiiiiic-. Ill- lifiame al iiali- 111 ' ilii- rid iimil ' urterl 111 Miriiioiiiit all iilisiaclesl t: ■ r.i. • (:nri..„.,l (J) liulliiliiin Commander (i) Lmrmse il-3-2-l) (jinlain ( ) i,mrmh (f) Mnjor- r (:{-2-l) Innllmll (l.-.i-l) Mn.mnram Ci-I) liasl.,ll,„ll I l-.V „„„n,l. ( ) hi.. I „,..l ' r si,lr„l l-Jvi-titin C.ommiUrr Ci-J-I) ILhinn C.liih l ' ,.l„l l,i,l..m„n ( jirfiiirnt { ' 2) CaiiKiiii (I) it.,.,1,,,11 ( i.:t.2-n i„,n, ■■ r (:i.2-n l;.l„l Mnrh.nmn I i -hi IIK llih I inlll ihr ml rllllll South ,.. ,-.iMi-,i;;.allil.l. in all -|M.rl-. liill liH. i, mark mil Mill lla-liv I. Ill III. ' ino l i.in-i-l. ' tll iilan on llir li-aiil. Oil llir il 1- 11.1 hi ' .iiiiililn. ' - i.iol llnnknii; uill, ?.k.,I riilili 1 - ' n-i ' I aki hli ' man in ai.N li ' a;;iii ' . I .a«N -um . .a|ial.I. ' . h.Nal liill (.ailaml n irC-ri-iirlnlanli ' v. now IK " (niliiinit (2) .ililnin ( ) ll,l-.rl„lll I ) " - l.f-: ' - ) .«,. . ;.(.. ' . ) Siiiii.iiil-. il) liii,.l ■■ I- (.M ' . i „. .. ' , ( ;..(-- . I iiiiir,,ii. { n l„ii„f:i,iiii (J) ( 7i..i( ( ■(-- ' -;) Our lllllllhrillh inlll S l.-H ( ..M ' . l (. . ' . ' llll, l.{-J. l ( lllll.lll Jul, I ..I.. ' . 1 (1,1.. I,.„.i,r,r CO r.,iiii.i (J-;. Ili,i,i..i I ,li.:., ' 1 1 ( l„l„„„l„ 1 1., II, .11 .lll.l llj. Illll.i, " 1. .kl„ li ;:an in K Ci lliiuii ' " hail limil. ' i ' illh i i ' l|i.« ihaT- ihirln- V- ( n If I (; 1{|{M{|) losri.K 11(11 SKIN. I ' l.WS Si ' IKIIolidI IIIOM S r l,(»H CM. low V ' ) ' I ' UUSON. M VHM. M» SriKlllllidI w II. 1. 1 i (: i{|{()i.i. ( |{|, M) |{ liM.-Mi.i.i;. (;i;.)U(.i lloiinr S,li„„l (:ii Hi,i.s now WW) (: n in Sevtti.k. v. 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' ..I III- .1.1-. l!..iiii|M ,1 u.-.U-.ii.l I- 111- i;nal.-l |.l. .1 II. lh,-;:Mii .. i..-,, — iU. .111.1 .I.-..;;;:im:; ,i |m-Iiiii,-. Willi In- .-...i;:,-. f M MII.ON l.l (;i.NK (; VI ' KS ' I ' miom;. I ' lNN- I vm V (iin:;ifssii)mil iii,i;s i,i)i,u i i.w i.K lli(;ii I ' oiM. NoiiTM Cvitoi.iw Confin-ssional WILLI l KI)(; H (;KH LI{r H()ui,iN(. (;ui;i;n. Ohio Conf-n-i sionnl LLI{i;i) Ll{ WKLIN (;kik ;() W 11,1,1 vMsi ' oui. I ' kws ' i, MV CongrcssioiKil 251 ' A r (nrpxrut (- ' ) ( ' ) Hijl,- (2) .,. • 7 ram (3-2.1) Irailrmic Cuucli (3-2) Siiimming ( ) (! (■ Instructor ( ) Thr Jir.l timr in rcrlain ii|i|iir i|;i- m ii I ciiiiipain . N iu ui ' know r.l u|- l.T. u;.. in |iI.Ih- M,rnn..r .amp uli, in.nizr th.- llani.ilN -Iridr «ilh lliat ut ll lii cxiM-rl sk« ' t t sliooliiig and for hi natiir brilliami-. Ncitliin;; rihil l.ic- irifrinrir inirnl mon ' than lh«- ti-ntli-frrahhiiig scrani- lil - ul till- iiinl- in thr lirsl srclion. Men ' s a man wIid ' II al a - lakf ihiiifTr. as they come, ill a dcliltcratf. as -going va . 11 Nk ' - rri:r,inl i I I KiJIr (.() (.nil (I) i,„wr,ils (1) Uml.mir Cuach (3) Clioir ( ) ifita h (Jab Ihinilhnll (lull • iiii.i; (,,ri,„nil (2) l.irlllrlliwl (I) liHitlmlt (3-2) Miiniigruiii (3-2) Track (i-3) I ' .lccliim ' .iimmitlrc (3) ii-hin Cliih (2-1) l ' i liil Sli(iri :ilti)iJlcr llainiii In ll , ' sl ' .. rt ja ijnilr a .1-.,,, , f.., Hamni. ' riiijr Hank. l).-pit.-a lour M-ar -kiinn-li itll ih.- T.H ank rrl,,-,,l I,, -urnn.l.r that ( anin-.- niann.r aii.l nnlaf:i..n--s„iil.:h ' ' llk.- r(» it torcxuT. Ursi.lo li.iiip a l..|.-iiut, li ..|na-h piaN.-r. Hank h.lil a f;ifat intiM-f t in man oAirr |m)iI . OnU a ili(Ii iih in | nimniin a hri(lg«- f;ainr ur -latirM i4liJi-rirrlK TTM?himi- l Hank h.-ln.h lokr.|.lhal miil-wa sr•hoh. ti.•Man,liMfr. J Ri ll il.l mil ninir north ft lahnlon- lal,- ..I Tall. .;a.la Ccmitv an. I lii thi- In- r.|Mil.mT ..I .lianl.s - an.l ..I.I l.alla manv a K « i... hull -.-i,.n. II .■m.Ti:.-.l an alrn-.M .ii in., ,. IJ.-m: lU.lmalK r(li7..n " lU I)- (nrimriit (2) l.iriiicnaiit (I) l,H4lmll (t-3.2-1) Miijor " .»•■ (3) l,n,h (4.3.2-I) l„J,.r r (2) Ihiji Miiniifirr (3-2-I i f i. .( Chiiprl thnir il:l-2.h ll„„ilzcrHr,..(l.:i.2-l) On,- llnmlrclih MkIiI I ' t-I..! l„rh-,mv, H,„l K.is Ihr i rrlrrt " m , .■.■• -.■|.|..m ..ul ..I -..il-. -.1.1. .in I. In.-. ..r m...Ml II.- alM. ha.l a ha|.|.v la.ullx r..r a-imilalin kn..« l.-.l-.- «ln. Ii .nal.l. .1 Inin I.. I..af | aloii;; in ill.- I. |. -.-.■li..n-. In (....lliall an.l Ira.k In- -|i.-.-.l |.la.-.-.l liiin al lli.- Ir..nt. ll.--, .-.-.l «a- |u-l a- n-al nmiI -u n l.nl a Kau-a-CiN l ,- lia- In- numh.r. S n,.- -.-i-M.-.- uiil I..- ■■. ,■., ■■ I.. I lln- I ' " .-,- an.l ,,i..n.-.|- .,| " l .-la.-v l-laii,l.- JOl I i.KoN losi.i ' ii ll llKl, iiiAUi II i! ii;i,i (;. ,ii{. Ii:m m«)Mi;. Wisconsin ( ' .(inarcssiiniiil (i Mil)i; Cll . L. I., l, OitK ll Laific JOHN WILLI l II KKKLL. JK. HlliMI N .ll VM. XlMtWlV Srlllll(lli ll CARL IIKLMS ' II. ' I rKIL IK. Dermott. kk ns - lliimir ScIiudI I J. I). " (nrponil (2) iTilfttlll ( ) Innllmll (l-:i--2.l) um, ' mls f 1 Muj.ir ■ r CM ' - I II rrstlinii lt.:t.2-l) ((inl.lin nn,rr„ls II) Minnr " r {2-1) l.armssr (l.:i) I ' islnl Murksmnn Jor rrsiiinr,! a rrsrrir rarnlrv .urinnl-- . M.M.I, t.. Marl anru a. a |,l.l,r. 1 ,„■ l,,ur sn irrr liinr a- IHimrn.ll. " " " " «rll sl...«. siil-l,- ( , liiiil liiat .! . ' in li al. ' l muiiin liutn.Mou. .I.xill ra.l.-l lilr. Sl.-ailv an.l .•a.s -uiii-. .|„r ua- .vrrvoi liark l(.lli.(:a alr . itiu a |M.-i a. a lac at k inn l of his iM-i-lnia. I.a ,i-alllliat hrukr th. ' inun..iunN of . Ws r u nr li. ' lU.XN " M-s DlCk " (..,,.nrul i2) l.iiiilriKinl { ) ,«,( ,« (1-3-2) i.,jor ■ r (,•}) Inn I. 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' lit him Iroiilili " I ih llic- aiadi-tiiic ili ' iiarliiu ' ril and hr oon hrcanii- an i ' |iomiit ol ' ihc " f r.ir l.lan. " Hoh- .I.,-,. uiidrrMandinL ' and . on-id-ralioi, ol olh.r- h, mark uih.,, iho-,- u ho kn.■ h " COl NT " Serfiruiil (I) Inrrnssr i 1.3.2.1) um.rals {I) t„,nr ■ r {2-1) .S.«T.T (i-:i.2.i) Mi,u,r-A- (:).2.l) ■isliin l Club (I) I ' islol Sl,„r,,.l,..„l.r • Mil, I. ( nrimnil (2) l.iriittimni (1) l,H,llmll (t.:i.2-l) Traili (l.:t.2.l) llwh-y (I) ■ i,ln,n,in CI) „mrn,ls (t) l„,.„ ■■ r (2-1) II „(-, C.rniml ( ' .tfininillfr (. ' ) I ' nitil Mark miiti l ,is(.. .r l..,.il.,ill Mnm. irr (.tl Inuimr, hmlUill (I ' l (ullinllrCliaprl IrnlMr ( I l,,„ ,ml, f ml. l (J-n ( ,„l,( • ,„, v ( ) I i hin (lull -Mf.. ,„ .sm.i-i Inron ' sislrnrv. ihv mimr ( ' „ . Ih Iri.ii.l- and -nl ihr I . . ». Sli.- an.-.l Iron, uav- mai.a;;m- lo na-on lo an ■illo,:„al r |oll,,u.r ol l.a ir Mditairr. ii inv .l.ral,- n ai.l lo Ih.- I.— ;:dl.-d. n,l ronu.mal uln I, ahdilN lo :;.-l alon- uilh .xrrxho.lv -I Id kr uroh- ihirh-.n |.a;:r l.ll.r- lo hi nn. lo hm,- |..nMx |.o-l,ard . M- i ,n.rr. Iw «a-al«av- vr.uU lo l.n.l d -mok.- am hods ' , ri-ar.l I... Ili$ k Mil III n KDIU.U ' I ' MNc; I ' l.i SIM m;. i: oKk SciKiioridI iii;m{ i ' Ki; nsi, i s ko i.owski l)i;il((lir. Illlll(. N ( ' miihicssiiiiiiiI W Mil l Ul SSKI.I, M V KiM.-ioN. I ' ((iiik ( ' .iiiiiircssiiiiuti I ' liii.ii ' (;i;()|{(;k mu i;(;i,r Bi lii.iM.niN. Wisconsin I ' .oiifiivssittiKil r ;,.,• „„■„ I.i.„lr„„„t I ,. ■- I ■(-_ ' -; I. ,„,.,...■ I i-:i I ' uint.r i. ' . i -,(.■ . (.. I I ( n-l Cninniilirr I I KinfiCnmmillrri.l-::-! I,,„lrmi Cnarh (.tilliiili Chiiix ' l Siinild Sih.ml Trmlwr (3) ' Ciilhnlir ( ' .Impel trnlvlr ( ) ■ ■ • -;; tin), (I) I ' i- liil Mdihsiittm Ca.lil Instnirlnr (I) ,„„■ ,,l hani VNurk. Ill -lai aii.l lt■i|M- ucrv .l.linihK rarn.-,l. ,- ,t nr .1 r-.m " . l.ti.lj:. ' . Nvill tail rllh.r l | r „{ UnA ' r. I.ax.r an iiiidui- iMiiil. I ' lii- Knj:iiu ' iT can iI |miiiI ii Tom l.hoir ( .. -- ' - ) ChrCliih (l-:i-2-l) (hw llumlrvM, Muhl si,„„ f ;-.(. 1 Cmwra Clllh Cnilfl Orrlmlni l,«,lhall ( 1 1 ■ iiiiiiminn (.() ' (%(« Marhsiwin hh.,Uiih .lakr hails (run. iitlnuL luM Ihal .h.-.-iA .•liu.-kl.-____iyijJiiHal.l. ' I ( Cl.rislina-. la. ,a..i.- I.a.k lli.- n.M tall an. I lia- lH-,n -liuun. ,„..,„.l w SiTftriinl ( ) (..Hll Im lmll 1 ' r... ii,T i a„l {.i-J-D llinMi-. ' !! In 111.- |ini.li. - .v.r -ui.-. ' . II.- i- ..n.- " I llial l..n:;. i:i.-v Ini.- »li..lak. r i.v, (.7ii i CM ' - ) lliiiiilziT rti ' irf»rii ( ' .w., .»7,M.imi ' " " ' ' •--- ' " .i.-ni la-k -k i ln-j;n.. I ll(» l S IIINin I.M l,l{ I ' oi ll.n. Oiiin ( oniin ' ssianal TIIKODOUK JWIKS I(: I) M M.DKN 1. LKLI. N. IK. Ivksi:m.i.i . Illinois Cnnf-rrssional Ni. " Ohi.ivn-. I,..iis.vnv Cunfirrssional ..W.r ( ) Calluilir :iiiii rl Ch (4.3.2-1) h-u,U-r(l) Clwss Cliih {:i.2) lll„„i!il, hr had a |Mir.l , ' ix jlian l.a.kgn.i.ii.l. K.I aii;:lil on .ii.i. ' kl . , (licalr. til lii ias -;ii iii ' iialur.- k.|il ihi- natural " lii a r.u (ill- Iriini stars. I{art ' l lu l iiij;. ino-t l lil liiii.- uml in r.iarhiiig other| reading;, or [tiaying liis violin. Ouict. ronsidcratc. good sport, and illiii ; lu ' l[ Kd gained the lasting friendship of those ahonl him. lie ' s getting the Kngineer| his ron islcnl " oal lor four ears. Si-rfii ' imt ( ) ■■nnllmll (») Soeirr (2) Ariuli-nm- Cimrh (. ) Cnllwlic Clmpol Choir (4.3.2.1) (; • • Clith (4.3.2.1) lH,J.-rli,S Hiety (3.2.1) Dr Mrlmi-nl Hi-tul ( I ) I ' oinlrr (2.1) Drlmlinn Sorivlv (I) llan.llmllC.lllbd) f VlISS Cliil, (t) Killlin Cliil, (I) li-liin i CUth (2.1) Ciiilrl hislriictor (I) l) I ' , ,-,nrm„ (I) (.!,■,■ Mil, (t) ( nmrrn CInh (2) I ,„■„.■.„■( I) I iMniiC.lnhd) ll„n,ll,.ill C.liihd) („.lrl (l,..i, (I) l;.l..l M.nl.-m.in f..,r »,f,i (2) l.irlilrnoill (I) l. .,ll,all ( -.(■: ' • 1 ,„n,„,U it) l„j„r (■ (.1- .;,r.,v,,. ( ..I) il r.sllin (2) I ' i lnl .S „„, ,, !.«.( ( .,,1.1 l„-lr„,l.„ Hrinii,h„ ,n„.„n III- Vr.W ul.ining uav-, II.- I.a- i,:in .l.mi. .Iiii ..r. ' .l ... ...aki..:; I... I k...H ' k- , N.arhni;x.ar.- Ivpiefl ..N vN.ll. Il.al .I..U. sll ....I. ' Iii..i- ' ir u. ' ll k.iowJ ll.o.il li.iv i.i;: I.. . ' 1 till W. ' Ilk. ' III... 1... ' Ill JOHN CIKMI.M 1 M IIN lUiKvi.o. Ni;« i i k (.oiifiri ' ssiiiniil l) II) l) R IN I VV I ' KKsroNsm m.. Ki;mi ( k ( ' . i rilKODOUK .IWIKS MICIIKI, I ' M I,. Iinm:sut Hunnr Srlmol II rrsllinn ( l.:i) Ihlmiinn Club (.?) Vs ,„, " Cluh (M.lrl In-lrurlnr ill riiau-h his ,lra,tl xijjrrr,! In.ni 1 ankr,- ,nnl;i.l. (»lr I)...:;, nialu.v an. I ,,,, a Ml lill-. li ..l ra.lrl lil.- I., il- lull,-!. W .■ n.all Ih-u |„- avs.-cl llir Kn-li-li l).|..iil| iiK ' iil illl i ' ikIIi-ss . ' LO ' s atiii lirM u ranking: l ' -| il ' roailiin ' an l tiiucli l.ttr I riliii;;. W. ' kiiu« 111.- Corp:- luM a un ' -ll.r uli.ti a -IiuiiM.t injiir t..n-.-.l lii.ii t. ' .In.|. In lax. nil.- |...rl. ■riiuuiili lir ua. ii.Ncr a I Ichon.r. n . ' kn.u li. M «i,„l u, ,lri iti : I Co. W ilh -radualiun lu- lock, lo " W inj; ' ati.l a .■.rlaln a-.ar l.|o,i,|,-. | v»- 1 ' f •KiJ.i; " Sr,f:r„„l ( ) Slurs (! ' ) Innlhnll It) lln rhnll ( 1-3.2.1) I :,.,„, rl (hrhrslni ii -: -. ' . I } t,,„lrmi,- CiHlrl, Color l.inr (I) Cmlrl Inslrmlnr ( I -Ml HI C„ri,nnil (. ' ) I.irl,lr,„ml (!) l.mlU.II i 1.3.2-1) .,,.,.,„, (I) „n,rrnls (I) l,il„r- I " (■(._ ' . I l!„J.,ll, ,ll I -.I.J. 1 im. ,i s ( I »;.V..r ■ (■• (.M ' -Z) „mrr„h (I) Mujnr- r (3.2-h Innsnrrrmnl lillKhw Miiniiftrr. Ifittli-rtir ..( ■.•( ( ) li hiitf: (Jul, l; l„l l„rU-m.m in .lid. Ihrou-I, a .■o.nlMu.i ll.ul l. «.-ar stars a|i|ili( alioii. i .-r too l)iis lo roa.li di lrcsi»c l goal?-. loi ' I he ili| ioina oi ' iiioOl- thai) oni- ijasj iiiatr. I he iiiajor CaliLirnian ar. ' Ins pi|. -ll ' Ttnv t TrMTmV an.l lia-r| all. Hiil |. uh.T. Kill lM-,-,,m.- a ••] ' Vc5) ill Ihi-Miiir. Ilial II. ' h. ' i.llli. ' a. ' a.l.-.ri -non- «Mli. Illr ollr Knr -.nnr ihr fus, ,l„v u l« )tN,4 4t ' ' ' " 7 ' " " ' " ' I ' ' ' ' • " Ihundi Ihr iiirn, . ..I i:nL:i.i.-.r . i: ' " " ' ' " ■■ " ih.Cori „mrr„ls{h l.,„ . «,Vr,..i. .(.(-■■■ . llo«.v.r. lor til.- I l„Uin.rrl,H.llmlliJ I iMiiudiih r. ' M..ri.alll. ' . aii.l -ax - mi.Ii M ill ox,-,- III,- ,l,--,,i-,-,l oat-. Mi I i.al i.-.lil lo ..| I-..MII ai H.lhall ! .- II. ' that lii- alxxax- li III L.-.-ani.- I i.i. ' l. -alh. ' .l li. ' lox. ' .l Inn l|,ri,laM,l,l,. I, xs..lk IH.n lli- -taiii,.. ' , ■i. ' .h, ' , 4d I ' ll ' IK UICII l{l) MOOD ' ) Cool.l ' .KMi;! ' ,. Noltlll (ivUOIINV ( ' (illUI( ' s iiill(ll W IM I 1 II U(tl,l) l(llU, N () Ki VM.. Cm iioiiNM iniiv { MOM) I ' IH!(;K Ml upin n (..M)V. MnM nv SriKilnrial I Mi;S HRI N M.W M N. Ill W s||iM,T()N. 1). C. ( l.tirar T« 11- " liutrh- l,„ llnr.,mrlu ,-.l IN.inl t,, k.c|. tarinlv Ira.lil it.ii aj;l..u . fatlil.-li.- |.ruu, -. .■..,|„ -,|i a,l. urn- a cin.li: l,r,au - " IM ralh.r .l.v| " i til.nl with III lal-. l«a [iroriit with a n-ail «il liiil an allrrjix I .si ,, - i ) mrnts. ■■Hutch " kr|)l iiiaii a K (: iii|iaii lin-iilr clial aliM-. rii )u;;li i n-r ' " " ; ' ;■■ ' " ' ' ' " ' " " ' in academir . readinf; Cullirrs ua- a main a.iix it . W lial.x.r hi l.ran.li. I„ d.l.- t.)lirl|, III.- CO. ,. .r III.- n.u li n.a.l-.. flu,. Ill llvuttU) I,,,.- It) . Ir.i.lrrU) " RIC " Corpural (2) SiTgl ' lllll ( ) Stars {I) tishinil :iiihC -l) Sliiatih(l-3-2-l) Class Historian (2) Siiiuluy Sehool Teachv (2.1) Cilhnlir Chnprl I shvr (It (win Insinirl.ir i Corporal (2) Sergeant (I) lioxinn (• ) Pointer (4.3-2) liing Committee Chairmati (4.3.2. 1 ) („lnrl.ine(3) Itn lmll (3-2) l.lee(:lal,(2) llunilredtU Mght Shim (2) Iiihing :inht2-I) I ' i.lol Marksman Hi, s . „. s ,„ „ , | lir n-al W .-si in.-.-ril . a ,|. ..Ii.mi l..uanl (liil%. a lii-li s.-ns.- (iii.-i- lliiiii; ..I lif.-. ,i , ii inr.r uii,,-,- .■..a.liin: main -a-Malli. ' an muI.Io.t man uIm l.-ninl ll,-- inark.-.l Im liMli.-s tU-ii " on-ilulilN. ; III.- rank. ■ -kin.-, kil fLM rrnTrirVcr (-.imiilainiiiL iii,«M ' r liiiii!i ina )) ' lh - SniWlJj osI lia uls..in.- iiian al Maii.ui Mililai ■ MM. " f ' lirporal (2) Lieutenant ( ) I.h,iIh,II(I) liiirosse(3.2.l) (hoiri 1.3.2.1) ..... :. (.(.l ' - ) i.lrrtlnhrj.h llniulnMi ii; .( .„ ■• .„ lir wilili, Ma. lir.l I..M- ha- a anion ' - ..lli.-r ihiii ' :- iia l..-.-n Ih.- Inl. .1 ..I n.-.-.— il . (. r a. liMiiM(:tiih(h I ' lslullxlierl (atlrt Inslriiiliir 1 1) |{(t|il,l{l ' IIII.ION Ol I I.KI. IK. KKic (: sri;i{ij:i ;ii okmk W i;sri ii:i.i), l ssacim sicirs cwii ' MKii. I ' M.i in . ,ll{ Li; M)i:i{ i.(: i{Ki;i,i. pmcii. hi Stm nton. ini.iMx SriiiiliiridI I..„il,„lh 1 ' li,i-,i,„ii • h thl ' MI ..1,1.- l.mn.s.-.,- U.J) .«c. ' r {2) Snim miitfi (2) llnrsrSlww Krunsmlatirv (: ' ) llliml,r,llh Mflht .-.;- ol hi ,l,r(:llll Ci-2-l) l,„„l InullmllCJ) lishiii!i lull l ' ,s,.,l 1 ,,«■,( x mi,l llr nawr .u.iM lun.- iM-.ri V.lxn |,l.l„- N,ai- ullh a .nn-iM.-u..,,- L,.k of -.n-nll n . .arnin ' mnn- ll, il-an.l lr iti;: iiKMv lliari hi lian- of .uri,-. (|ua.l . .-arliii. al in lidlh. ami. Iiraiidiiii;; iiil. (Ii-c(i ircil I lie rasrinalion of sic riiiiiii liuiil lii- tiiur Mar- lif lia- iiiaintaine l tins i - -I ' - " ' InnlluilUn Tr.irLil) lluwInM, ( ) Clwir ( -.M ' - CMrrr Ij ' utirr ••» (;s " UVUinr- ll,nini:sl rnl lin.y,;,,- iH nna(M.li.. -ll,.- Kal.l.il " i- iM.. ' ul ' ill. r,« «l, (:n,,mral(2) ■ . x 1 .1 ...1 : i.: :. .1 1... I. ._ 1 I..... J li.„,.„.ml(l) ,.„, :,T ( ..• -:.■. ) likr lli tilirrii itif hinitfir (I) ( li.,irt:i-2-h Siiimminn ( I) llii t Maniigrr ( ) I ' jiilrl In.ilriiiliii ( ) iiMoi in siu m I ' lDi.i; . in FoKl MiNMM.. (;i: ii(.l (iiii nssidiiiil K nlii l, w II, 1. 1 i CIO ' I) I ' l.oir (ilMi K .|| . ()ki lii)M ( ' .onsirssiitntil |ii-(0«|! Cll 1{I.I.S l. li;i{S() |{ (,I, M) ■ Howling (JKiii; . KiM I ( K Scuutorial H()l!i;iri M M KICK K l,S riii;N ' . i.Mt M Congrissioiuil 271 vili i ' i Inm. from ITrltrshv Hills. Massarhn .l 1-. kn.u llii- i.i liliili..n ul..-ii I ' l.l.r N.-ar uas ivall loiif. ' !.. lie wars his Mar- un hi. halhr..h.-. aii-l h. l,U ihc .la i.r " l2 on his hiinlrm-d -houhl.r-. W hen ihr arail.tiiic il.|.arliiii-iit ha- a li.arl. Toiiil [ila s a l)riliiaiit jiaiiic " I hcnki- . :- the k ( !ci. Ilou ri i;i{ rrprc-irilaliN !■ hi- mad( ! ales lik - thr riill-r Krii.h man. W . ' II look inrxNanl l - -. ' iti ' him u hrii w.- g.-t oui wiiifis. " OAN " Corporal (2) l.i,„l.;„mt(l) Trwkil) Lnaim-rr I;»,iIh,II (2) I ' .nliillilon (:{) Cwlrl Vhaiirl Chntr (1) Hin i Commillvf {3-2- 1 } Hshin iCliihd) I ' islnl SUiiri sh mU-r ■BOH " Scrgi ' imt (I) Suimming (4-3-2-1) iiiiwrtils (() Minor •.r{:i) IhillilZfr Krprcsrillillitr il-:i-2-l) lliimln.lll, i (l,l SlioK (I) Color l.inr (. ) Ciiioii lllHiniimlioi, (.() Collinii, Choprl I shrr Hyllirlimrlhniarrii iU W . l l ' ..i..l h.%Na lli .....I ami iiri|..rt.)rh.,| al liuI ' !T % lr.Mlf:h..ul I!. ,i-l I ' .arra, k- ain. ,-,l us m. .n.l. m.I il .ii.hil slo|. ih.T.-. I.,r w has h.;, ' ,i Ihr •■ ,n-lh.-.|,air- -lahili in;; m.-mh.-r ..! ..iir h • rsrv -inrv. Dan .lislingui-h.-ll himxlf in ara.lmn, - I.n h.inu ..,„• „( ih l.u l ' n|, S.h ».| nu-il Vlio rtHMMjlSC lhr lup. II,- mnrk. .1 m ullhin -Iriki ili-lann- ut .lars e »T vJ ).■„!,. I H.;,l pro. " n.l jtSoWlij: |.ry fls suiri.-i,-nl lor l!oh. Sin, In -ha ho,,; urilm;: (Mulrv ,.r 1,-1 1.T or WJ .-,.r.lM-„„-,l l„.|. " i,l. an ,A,,ll,-nl -u innn.-r. ri -l - ' I ili- ' - ' l " " ' l " I ' i; ' l ' " N -l ' - ; ' -kilhr m hi-,.un niihi. a i;,,al l.v ,-hoi,-,- r,,r nn li,. is .■ .-r i;,.ln:: I,, hax,- l, I, m, l,- ' nl.-. an l .-| -,-ln.n- into halt!,- ' (-oin|ilisliin -iits. C.,r,,nn,li2 ,■ . " ■ " ,( ( 1 ItosvlH.II ( I »,i»A.-f «i ( ..M ' . ) Ir,„k(2-I) iiminih l) Mono rom (I ' l llomhrM, M hl :„„ I It I ,-hinii(l,il, l tstitt tiiiK iiiftii ,.m ;,•- Wr.«- . I.. ;;ra.hialion |{i.-,- ;;,,hhl,-,l ,-n ,-rx W ,-1 I ' oinl in.- „- hi- «aN. That -l,-.-|M-r ni a,-a,l,-nn.- ralin;; ihal h,- ,,nll.-,l. sm-|.r,s,-.l all .■,-x,-,l. l!a-,-hall. I.a-k.-lhall an, I na,k k,-|.l Inm m -ha|H-. n,l nn- IK thai Ira.k r,-,-,,r,l n,-N,-r k, |.l hnn li h.in:; ni ill,- runmn . W ,-11 Ihal lla-Inn- -mil.- an, I .a-v lan-h. DWIKI. MM III i; I! V ' l I(»M) I c ksuw iii.i;. I ' i.niiil (.niiiiK ' ssiiiniil (,i.(»i{(;i; KoiiKRT i{i; MDi i. T . |o (jinmrssioiKil II K( I,I) W INDSOK KICi: VNCKiii K ;, Ki;nti :k ( ' iingrrssioniil •lOOTSIK " Scr miil ( ) l„j„r- i " ( ' -D " Soil III I ' M ami a ulii-i. Inuls hir-n (.11 r kiiiiur ,ia,ri.tlK h.-s..,,,. r ilijinilclv lli„,.n. " Ili ' iil mill ' . Ili-Mii.li -i-liall|ila inj;h 1 ;. ' ii)iiiiil.r al ll nr III ' til. -a- liMi- Inl l.aM-. a- until l,l,N . II. ' ll.M- 1 «illi jriislo. ail ii : olsf is (loinp: irv.lit to ll ll laii iarr hasaki ' . ' ii i ll.„niz,r(2.l) S,,„rlsi:,lilor(l) Ihlmlinfi Sxiply {2-1} lishinfiCluhO) Iratlimir Cmirh (3) Int. Ill l.ul Ihr insists that In- iofsnt iiM ' .I.TS. lumllmllil-i ' -l) l.,„r.,ssr(l.:i lliimlnillh MiiUl Shim {:i-2-l) Siiiuliiv .SV i,,.. r,;i,lt.r (3-2) ■Irolvird) Cum,. Ill„mim,li„n (I) (.,!,., I. in.- I I.I I ■||{ N ..n|S- l.i.iiliiumt(l) ll,i-,h„llil) .,.ll(l) ll.l-li.llHlll ( ) l.,-,ln,. :..mn,ill,v{2) ll..iiil:.t I2l .l,;(:luli(h llini.lrvdth Mfiht Sli,., (I) liiliiiiuJiilf (.iiiiiinillii- (I) A,,„l,mir Cm,!, (3) l-iMn Chi, l ' i.i.,l l„u,. l„...l.r G C,.ri„.r,il (3) ,rn,;ml{l) h.-- ( liil.i -.(-. ' .; ( .11,1.,. 1 ( liil. i i ■l . ;•», . !,....!.■, I.I ' ua. alili ' t. .li ' x.il. ' main -Imlv li.im ' -. I Ii.il.r. Main Imm- l.i ' .ii m. ' iilalK ..|.i ' i till ' (Km- rm;:- ami al hi- -killliil Mialr;; ill. ' Ci.a ' -I rlill. ' r o. ' - a k. ' .ii larlician .. km ' «« liim. nail W. ' -l I ' .il.il. I I IK VNCIS iOSKIMI KOHKRIS l ' iTTsni;i.i). I vss vciiLsiiTTs (iii niil (riiiinl l) II) HOW l. M) San Kimncisco. ( iM.iKMiM Coiigrvssioiial nl .ali ' -lK.I t„ join 111,- n-,| ,-,,inlurl,r -.,,Knl. I ' .h- r..,m,l.-.l tlir l..-a.-h flu on til. ' n.olul llic luciilv-lillli. W. ' ..iid.nil h lie hadn ' t liird l.ir " " SquadI loolhall «lirn 1..- «;. iiatn.-.l .aplain ul lli.- 1 C... m-..ivI,-s, w..ncl.-r . II.- |K ssessed| that (listingiiislii ' cl f. ' ii ' iiij; ul ' llii- triii| l ' wliicli cotiu-s I ' niiii luo rn ' (|uriit worrying about acadeniio. W lial iiion- lati lie said aluxil an ini n tlian lliat In- i- a liappy| riii|M,fril„-.,ldi,l(Mk. lU NKII. ( ' iir Html (2) Ciifiluin ( ) Snimmin i {I-3-2-I) iimvntJx ( ) V i««r ••r " (3- ) Miij„r " r(2) Trnrk(l.:i.2-l) um.r,ils (4) Mnjnr- r (3) Miiiiiiiiriim (2) I Iriiinn Ciiiiiinillri- (Mairintitit ttittitir Ciimiiiillvi- ( ) SCOITV " SlT Htllll (I) l:,nll,„ll ( I) i:,i„i i.:i ll.nniiUJ.h 7 ,i,AH.J- ) Cam.; 11 Cliih Sitniim Srlui ' .l ' I ' vftrhrt Shi :i„i StjlllisU ( ' .lull li ' .hinnl l„l. I ' , -ml l,„l..mnfi l..-in- a k..l rl. ( lli ni ninlaci .1 I ' tld. aln.• hil i[i iDinnilaliii;: an ujiinion. never rank iiaiii.d lli7N dsl.i|. and r.-|M-, l .d all « liu a-.. o( ll„- 1.. I alhlel,- ni the .las-. -,...d in ar r.ord -peak: Cai.lan. ..I " " M " C... Captain .-I ih.- I.- Il. n.)t (:i)nui»»nrii:;Z i- Xin. ' ri.an Suunnnni; Te; • ears. w A=? oa|) al sla fea id lliu-li. In.n, ihr iu l-r Wi.sf ofSWi mnVi» Qir ll..- kin.l of .-..ll.;:.- spiri thai li.l|M-d niake 1 C,.. the h.-l ' MralerniuVj4 ' - ( i-.rp-. If he ev .r had a VNurrx kneu. |,.r hi- .no,- n- .-n-,e .d ' hi . and h.arlv laughter hid it. Hill- Corps Squad int.n-l- u.r. p.. I... I.,. inn ;ijjj hark, inrl lli. ' s. ' till I. ft tin..- I.. l.-iuiis anil si|ua-h miIi hi- hirnd-. and the eai Wu ilul) and ma ' a .in.-s liir hiins.-ll ih.- r ikin:: lilll. lai ha. ' k an.l r.„.ih„lltl.:i.2.l) Mttnofirtim (IM llnrh- il.:l.2.l) ... . ((-.I..-. I ..-»,T..Kl l laj,„- (-(Jl I hhiiinClnhd) SkiClnhd) ( nnliniiiilh li,tniy.s-.l In llir I.D.. M hi- nun ininiilahl. ' . la.ka.lai-ieai manner. I nr .pnle a period oi xear- the ea D.parl.nenl l„ld a .noMna-e on Inin. I.ul l -houed ihal lie ua- a - I iine- hv unnnn;; a ;;alaxN .d stars ,7 ..f iheni: . lie -ho«ed In- x.r-atihtv . Ih- all-N.ar-an.nn.l man . n Corps .S.p.a.l- ni (..othall. Iioek.v . an.l tra.k. .s ■•|ii " V a man «itli a h.arl jn-t a- Ini; a, h. ' is. t: Im-iu I ' l.ll K I M.lior {[ SSKM. W v-.iiiN(.T( N. I). C. (: ,ii:n ' xsi. n il W II I I l KOSS SCOTT. .IK. I M)i V N u ' oi.i?, Lndia.na Congressional ALLAN RICHARD SCULLKN Saugus, Massachi setts Congressional 1 I fX ja ll,,xi,i i(t-:i) - M- ' l " ' ir ( ' - ' •- ' - ' ) Diiili-rlirSiHirlv Iflrr Irviiiii tin silmol. Kill linallN uoM Im ap|MMiiliiirMl rarnr l ihr I ' oiril In.ni llauaii ..I MKuiv an ..M -,-,;:.anl. lir.aMx- rhuul. and lu,. xrar- ux ll.r r.-finlar i ani Nxav. ih.- vins smis . x.l.ran -..I aM.-,N ,,r ,1,111 an,! .-..innian,! ua- ill,- , ix,- a r,-l.lnn;: iMT-,,nalil an, I - I na ilM-n-nt lor .■lli,i.n,v an.l ,ll-,i,,llM.-. Itill uill .1, l ' „intiT{:i-2-l) ■JOIINW " Corporal (2) SrrnrnntU) CwwrnC.luhiJ.l) Slii (lull I I s. „- . f.V . ( I ( i,r..(:i„i.iu Ihnuhr.llh Mfihl Sllnll ninji llliinilnoli II Ci) l; l.,l 1 X,.r,l ( inlrl ll, llll,h,l ( 1) ■■ ll.(»l« ■ 1 irst Sirfiraiil ( I lliiiior ( ' .ominiUvr ( ) lluwIrrM, M lht .s7i.,H (1-2) i;shii,fi :iui,(i) I ' islol Miirksmnn h ' .d-v- itiiii:. •■Inn Jhiii j;i-nll, iiian , ( tin- true Sonllt. .Inliii luiin,! n li.nlls in a, a, I, mi, - an,l lilJ th lilr iniiilarx ,,|- |.r..l.l. ' ni- l.-nnnin,-. N.x.T or- ,1. n. ,r lnim. ' l. J .hnn has lunr Ium- s,,na-li. I.ri.l ,-. Tli, ' ,(( ) nrl, iimr- i l.il : an, I llirorizijii; alioiil lil ' r in Wri ' -ral. K,|iii|i|M-.l uilli a k , n .ii-,- i.f alm- ho .Jjjittl SiffrK Miivo- in aii l.ian, li ,.l lli,- nn . I.I a hi di I ' o.lr ofhi Cniiiin to W vsl I ' oinI viiRjJy Mi I. cU i Boston Cull,-. ' , an, I H,,-!,.!) ' lisl C.asl rlill.rs. ill. Ilnh i I.. .|..lm k ' . ' a. I iv that lli.- Ilnh. I.- lri liinaM. li-- -av, :ir..nn,l I,. .... ..n.- ' i m- I ' . I). .... .!..«. I.i- cla-n.al.- iLlii ' lK ' st liu l anil .-..nli.!,- unit :..r .„r.i (:.•) iMMnumld) 7V,.. ,(;-.M ' . ) w,. .., •■ (■•(. ■- ' - ) i,«,ih,iini) ((i i.f,iM() Ko-hllmlh I ( hni, I (-.(.-•. I r.mi.v.. ( , I - ' - ; I ll„n,ln;lll, i .( .S i„ (2-1) I ' inlol SliiirimhiHilrr I l.rrn wiml iinil nn ll„- hiiihl l.. ' .| ..I III. Ml. . 11. ' ...III.: ,■ ;:i .-n U..1. a h....-.l In.ni ih, ' slarM? " ,lu..i ' k. an.l. It-- -ai, ...iil.l ll. ' V M " ••■ " • ' - ' 1 " ' " ' |,. ' .aM. ■ - " " -m a lv. Willi Ii.i-. ' ha ■1- K " ... " .ff- slaii.l on his ■.-. ' ..nl a [ M.hKur i.Dw ui) si;ii i:Kr Si;i. i V. Vi. vit M trniv .inllN I ' Kl S|(»N SIIKI I I ' l. Ill 1 moN. IU..1M (onfirrssinnul MMiN .i()Si:i ' ii siiour HosToN. l -. (m sKTTs C.oiifin-s.sioiKil KOHKKT HKY VN SIIOHI ' NdUioi.k. Nkiih sk tnii 279 Fisliin CAubU) t Club (I) Pistol Sliarpshii Crllin-lhronsiirr. M.lsiri- llir i.n.l.l.tii: llial " Sli..r. illir- Mn-n |...in - liK ' lh.xl rail il ■•mu.l.llin ' lliruiif;!,. " -Mij;;..!.,- il ..ill. " ..,• -Mhlr-rulr irilrarl, .i riiKi,,,,-!- I, .l,.-,T «il|.|,u«.T. a |MT,,i.l al h.-arl. lir . ,uy man li.-ui- In -.■,linn HM,,.!- ullh 111.- l.la-.- -lar rri.n. Wrll.r . ! lli.- in.ll-|.iilal.i.- H-.i. I„ 11.- n.M- l..lii lull ;. ' i-iiiii- uii.-ii r.K.M -ln.ii-l .,|,|,..m-.I 1, lli.-l ' .l). ( hi.- ..I I In- .m,,,: r Ih.- class, hr Mi|,|M,i-ls 111.- ..I.I a-laj:.- ..I »li.. -Miall l.-a.l lli.-.n. " •SMITTV " Ciirpiirnl (2) Supply Srr eant ( ) I nnllmll (1.3.2.1) Miinniiriim (3-2-I) ll l-l.rll„lll i:!) In,, I. ' J.h i ,i,ii„ :i„i, ( lliliinmnj.ifl (iiniiiiilli-,- " 11,1,1 iihi,iil n illii nr sliijilii . Ci-iicr " ll.mmii-r ..r lian.l ..rfiaii. Siiiill a.i il.i ' li.- -r.-al l..i-,- ..f t.. .|s aiirft iii.-k-kna.-k- ii.-alK ariaii-.-.l in lii- .l.-k .Irau. 11,1,1,11 ' ( .tunfttill ,■ (1) Siiniliiv S l,iu,l r,„,h (1) l ,„li„ Cluh 1 •sl.hl tClllI, l.liHriiiilCn-w I ' islulShnrpslw, Irr „rp„n,l(2) l.i.nun.mld) I ,i.,iiM,ii(i.2-n Miniitfifain {2-1 ) l,ii„f- (-(.I- ' li l,iilf! hihih •i f., l,„li w,m Nii ' mis liiiiiiiiciiliil titiiiliinl al lii llii -..■li.i.il an. I lia- ii.- .-i- l..-.-ii .il I ' lix.- 11 .|..NMi.Sin.-.-.-..niiii I.. .- l |-..inl li.- -.-.-ni- I., liax .- a. .|iiii-.-.l a .1111.-1. nl n. nam.- .-n.-i ' n u.-.-k. Ill- .-N.n l.-ni|..-i aii.l al.ililN t . lak.- il liav.- i.n.n-lil main ol . I..-.- I.. Iiini. Ni;i- ina|..i- Im.I.I.i.- an- la.-i..-.-. .-I..1I1.--. an. I l.-nini.-. Mil i li .aim.. I 1.-. Imi.alK I.,- .all.-, I a -iiak.-. Ii.- ha- mi-.-.l v.tn I.-u I,..,.-. ,;,,„| mun an a-.M-l 1,. am l.ran. Ii. (11 VUI.I.S 1 KID Sill IKl Ml ' . II .l (. T.. . Ohio (Miiiirrssional (iKM; CMIiOKI) SMIIII KO (tin L SMITH. IH. W 11.1,1 M IK WKI.IN SMI I II. IK. liiiiMi N(.ii M. i vuwiv ( ' .iiiiiin ' .s.sioniil I ....llmll ( 1 llumtnMi Mfiltl Shu ( ' ) I islUiigCliibil) I ' islol SharpshoDlpr tholll llir l r t lionl to u f In .I.Miil.r .IriTN i:- " l.if. ' . " Hi in pll -i ' llir. bi; in iniinl. ;in,l l.i;; in li.-arl. hi. I.v.l i„.lj:n..til ami li.nill.- l. l,-ran.-. ' all s.-,-m t. rnaki- llic- adinllM- " hi ' " ju-l rii;lil inv lilni, ( ;.Mii|il hl al ca-i ' in aiatlfillics, b ' -jpcnl nian iii«iii coaching. ' j. ' ii.u|i- of us lliroiigh gciK-ral wril-. idi- nadini. ' hal niailc him a- much at home in a liliTarv (lis -iissioil as liuur ul piailio- ha .- mad him a apahl.- chaitrnan .l tli.- ( dunk-aduck. Corfmral (2) l.ivutrtumid) S,H;-rr(l) (:imir{l:i-2-l) CU;- Cliih (2-1) llumln-illh M ihl Sl,„ (2-1 1 i-isi,i,ifi(:i„hi2.h ••staim:- Cnrimml (2) l.irlllrimill ( ) I. ,s„ni, l,r,„w ( h- ( l„h u,,tL „ „■ ,n„o,i:inrs !„■ nadS j) r..uf r-ar- u.ir laid ru.l l,, .-ud lhr u..nl,i rival I hr -jui..- ur.l- ' dr|i.l,-„rv list i y-th. W lin, hr ua-nl n-adui- tli. lat.-l ( nsiii„i,nlil,in h.- ua- uorkini; pi iddrl C ' f hi- la nM-mmal.-. Ill- j;irat -sl I ' laiin to lamr i hi- midiii;:lil allark uii I if oiiroi- ( .rav rv anl durin;: rariinfj man.uv.r-. Ml.r In.ii- x.ai-. .d ai-iiin u- i- M l .-..nMnr,-,! that annvd.ral-. an .1, ' iuul.lx mlrnui ami thai Vll.m|u. ' r.tu. ' i- hi -.r than rx ..ik. e I ' isliil K iM-rl llrn ,i,,i,lrl Ntlth a I . ur Mirnlir.- ..utinok ..n lilr. II.- lak. ' - III.- a- it i- ai. , diaiiii..-,-- it a-a-.i.-ntilir |.r.dd.-m. Ih-dl h.- -u -,-.--hil in III.- l-.r li.- lix .-- n th.-n.lr- I ■jh.- I lUN.-i-ilv ..I l..ua lau::lil hun hi- a. a. I. -mi.- lumlam.iit al-. In ..iir Liur n .-at I h.- ha- hnih u.-ll nil Iha ii.lali..ii u.ll. h.-.aii-. ' h.- ha- .l..ii. ' it I.m ' In- . WjS -all-la, ti.. 11. W,- «ill n-m.-inh.-i- a .l.-|,.-n.lahl.- Iii.-n.l u Im l.nt a liaii.l uli.n it wa n.-.-.l.-.l. ( .ii;i{|{( i.i) 1)1 SI i;i{ SNOW Tuiliul Ml. t)KI VII.IMV Coiiiirrssloniil IKKDI.KICK l) N SI WDISII. II (inossh; ToiMi;. MiiiiK.W (jinfirrssiiiiiiil CAHI. WIIJJWI STAPLKTON Vi.m oi i:i{(,H i;. Ni; " Mkmco Sfiinlnrial HOLIJN TII() I S STKINMinV. HiKKM.o Ckmih. Iowv C.oiifirfssidiiiil 283 i;,,-.,i„iii ;;.j 7V r s„n „l ihr nhl S„„lli ;i- |.r..u,l ..r Coiil.-.l.Tal.- -raN as of Cailol -ra . )ii llif midiioii he 111 raiiu- rarriiiii lor llii- liii[pii--ilili-. ami -uim li-Sqiiad ganii ' s !»■-; I ill.- Coil.-. II.- .I.-M-I..p.-.I a ia .zl.--(lazzl ' . happN -go-iii. k% Ira.li-: at uill liv.- (i,r N.-ar . (»ii.-..riii- -r.-al.-l |iiiil.-s uas his Siin la S.Ii.m.I .la- | «li.-n- N.-.-kl h.- .I.- ..1.-.I lull.- ill iii..Ml.liii;; rMliin-W.-M l ' ..iiil.-i-. ::r.al l.. .-r..l SiiniliiY .Sr iW Teiii (2.1) (.ijl Commiwr (I ' -Z) |,i, |-,.||,, , „„.„ j,,. ,. .-iii|.iili.-.l fill.- r-noilMiian liin aii.l a k.-.ii -i.iril. Culrt Cluiprl Choir ( t-:i) l ' ishiiifi( ' liili I ' l.lnl MarL.nw,, •S-IKVK- Scr ' cd K ( ) l-rnrin id) lhl,i,iiii i(2-l) ,nd,mir(:,HuhVi- -l) l ' i tiil Sliiirpshoiilrr •| ' i-: i ' " •xr r,,,,, ( I) iM iiiw,Ti:,oih,iinj) (ssrs fi if Munitftrr Trnnis (:i.2) lnmiMrrr,;mis{l) fninlrrd ' .l) Ihluiiiiin ■ " ■ " ■ ' » (»-.(■: ' - ) (hr sClul, li liin C.liih l ' i liil SliiiriixliiHiliT (.i,Ullnslrmt r(l) tnir ilriuir, ,,l ili -.l ,■ ,mf.»rt.-i- aii.l ill. " ■ :iiii -k-a-lii.-k " CluU. ..ii.-.ifL " C.i.- I..-I. W illH iTn » kN..rk „■ lil,-|M,nin- li.- raiik Ihj:Ii hi ill.-. Iia- n.-N.-r lail.-.l I., i:i .- h.-[|. VNlt.-n- il ua- ri.-.-.l.-.l. Ma.ix iii.-n ..f..... , la- ui HI ( K irfiviinl ( ) hr ,(:i,il,{l) ll,is,lH,ll(l-:i-2-l) ,i,„.r„h(l) M ,jnr-r{3-l) a. a. I (limit llliimiiiutiiin (. ' ) . 1.1,1 a. I.-. hi l..lui.i l . l.iM.a.l. h.- ha ,|n,.lK . an II..II..I :ia.liial. ' ..I Cull ( ..a-l Mililaiv . a.l.iii) ,„l.- a mark l..i lnn,-.ll h.-n- iii -|....l- an.l ,1 - «.ll i. MU n ' l In- ,■.-.■r ,■. II,- r.a.lv n„ an.l .nuni.- -,-n .- n- N kiu.u I. nil III- rii.-ii.l-. In Inn. ill.- ai.iiN i- .llinj: k_ KOlU.irr I ' KV ' ION T H i. Ill .k in(;t()n. MissDi Id Cintiircssioiutl I NOMAS IIXKVKY TMUKK WM.l.s. llssr Mi-n H„n, r S,U,«,I 285 IP I - 4» hour vi-iirs it lICsl I ' uinl lia r lailid h all.r out- of the most captivatiiig ■„■ ' ■■■■-; ,.„. , nitxnialili.v- llii acarliriiv lia- kruiuii. Willi a liiilit iiuliflVrt ' iiO ' topping a dt-cp- ' " nmr,!ih(i) s.ah-.l .|.|,r,„lMah..n. Ilcii. ' l.M.k W ,M I ' uinl in a In,,;; ,arn|.ai-,i an.l «a- lakrn l.)| a Nouiijila.lv in a -hoil ..nr. Ili-al.ililx at ali,i,li, u a. .Ii.-.t.-.I 1,x tli,- .ruin- ( :or|.. M„„.,f.mm (.?) l„j„r- (■•(! ) I ,.,r„ssr i l m.r,i sl l llnrh-yi l.:i-2-l) (:.,,„.,„ a ) ,imrr„ls(l) li,„.r- ri:i-2.l) T,m,h r.i-2) Minnr- rCS.i ' ) l-nintrril) Choir (2- n l-islii„ :i,ih(l) Iruiti ' inic (jmcli I ' islol SlutrpshimUT ■•»()»• ■i; N SiT ii ' iinl I 1 1 II r, ' sllinnU-:i-J-l) Mim,r " r{2-n l.n,rnssr(l.:i) Snrrrr (2) (ami. Illumiimli.m Ci) (mnrru (.till, l-iMn i Cliih II ,r.lll„- l) II iniir,. S,,„„s l ..l ■lnnnm,nrnH: ) I • I. -1,1,1,1. Il,„„ll„,ll Cliihil) I,, I, .™ 1. (;., ;. . (.0 ( h„i, tl:ll i;.i„i i,„hs,„„„ Ma.iN uill 1»- III.- .a.l.l- uli ill.-. If ill, nu iininu- liol, lojl ih.- II Wal.asli I i.. llnniruM th: 4- I ■.■m,m I •.(■- ' . ,,,,„, .( ,, . ( -.M ' -n („„„■„, (lull (I) In.m Ih.lu-I. I in, ,r„i, ' , a I. .mi,;; lialllr a-ain-l III- .Ira.ll Wr h.nk il lianl. M-.in;; I, Mil lliu- ,n-.|iair,l. Ii.raii-.,- !„■ r mM i n ,■ a M|iia li lar. ' l ' iiii ' •lain, h. laiiu ' ua- lii raiikin- lliinl in liiMoiv. I .•mii.M.lar a.lix ilN ua- ilia;;;;in;:. Ili.r.- Iir maclr ll,.- " " .|i,a(l. Ili ali r.i.-,i,l an.l I.. k.-.|. Ili. ' in liax,- Ii.mii lii- pari i.iilar mark ulnl.- «.• I I ,l..rl.T. ■ V i.i,i,i or ' ' I III- l..|.,Mia- aliililN iak - M- km. MM liilll Vtt . Miim II null. ' ■ " ■S i I Ki.Di i{i(: ii() ii;i{ sM ciAT i ' ri. Sr. l (.1 MiM,. I ' lohiim Sfiiiiliiridl KdUiK I i) IS ri;i{i{ 1m)1 w M ' oi.is. Im)I nv (jinfirrssiomil vi.iu;k r mciioi.xs riioMi ' soN .) WIKS SIMMONS ' riMOl ' in I ' lNKIII ItST. Nolilll CmIOI.INX Cotlfin-SsilllKll 287 sii-tim;: l( hi- |)li iiii ra|pli n-innl-. ami imliilj;iii in a weight) disciissiiin at the h.MwIl.r.. N. .. „.• uill.N.r tur-.l hi- «ihl-.-v,-,l raplurr as h.- .l.- .ril).-s his lat.- t and 111- im.lrniahlN hi--h.arl.-,l -.n.-n.-il n and hi- -in.rr. ' .loirr to be v.r ..n. " - hi. 11.1 liaM«n„ him a iiicli.- imlik.- aiiNunr .-Isi ' s in ih. ' alTr.tiuns ..f his la--tnati-. ••(;knk " (■jir wrnl (2) SiT imiil ( I ) HiJI,(t-3-L -l) h,„llmll(t} Tnukd) ltii-.ini-. Miitliiflrr i;,inlrr ll H,nl liusinrss Miiiiiifitr (I) (jimi-ni Club (2) .Irailrinir (AXirh (. ' ) I ' isUil Miirksmnn ••% AI.I.K " Sii ' imiiiin i (t-. ' i) ChitiCluhCi. -l) l ' i-.iol Miirh mii ' i ■■ Mr. I ,:-i:rli. ,1., v„„Si t I ' l.N ihi- |,la.-.-. ' - " W rll -,r ill liiiu iiiiirli Mill uanl IVn- il. " Momi ' Mls liki- llial ;:a .- rlii- K iii-aii ol fiail ..m- ..I ll ■ |.I.-1m- v. Mr- ihal , i-l,vl n.al.l . ' 1 ihill. i.rur llm-u Iiimi-.H ill I o a I 111. I M ' an. I a.a.l.ini. ' .-ml. h.i-mari.T- in h .lh rH-Ul vc«-tTju Tr7Mj hiu ' li. I lli.i.nl u,.rk Husi,,,- lana;;,T ..I ' tin- VwTudTimli.al. ' yflTTTvlh iMl.in- -aid (I r„ ' ,.,l.nn,r f,„ .In-I ah..N.lliiii,MMI. a.a.l a .h-lln.lu.- |M,i-,-. Ihn.i, s.i. ' Mli..ii-lN. liolh -;r:a,i.., Iar.l,.l,ar.-.r. I " JACK " Srr iitinl ( ) . (iiirCnmniillrrd) l i liinl (I ' l l l„lr,li, S,„irl. Ili,n.l,r,l,l, .i! i ,S i..ir ( -.M ' - ) ' ■ ' ' • " ' ■ " ■ ' — " ' -■ " a. Cnlnrl.imil) llll lr N.rf. ' .v (.0 | 1 ( ' .limit llliiniiiiiiliiiii (. ' {) ll.m.lhalK l„h ,„lr, In.ln,,!,,, ih - In,,,, „ H.W.O.i . In n h.„h pirhr ilh il all. h. ' 1 rkinn , ' |,an-. ' . hiil .la.k .allnl f. ,ha:;;;irm |ir... l«a - ih. hn-N I., hrlp s..Kr a l. ' ll. :ZP Si ' I RID CI I I IM; ri CKKK I ' oKT W v m:. Im)I nv ( ' i)ni i ssi )ii(i! i-KWcis i;i (;i:m. (»i;(;i;i.i W K.iin . KvNsvs iitiniiiil Ciiiinl i Ksn i.L w i,i,i;r Chicago. Illinois CtinfirrssidiKil JOHN K WDI.I. W TSON Sphin(.i III I). li.l.lNoi- Smalnnitl 289 t I .„,il,„lh -(-J- Main, ■■ ■ (J. l lt„-.l.r,lH,ll I l-.i-J.l) „,,l„i„(l) nn,rr„ls(l) l„j„r- I- i.f-. ' -n lln rhnll il.J-h „nirn,l. (h Majnr- (■■ (- ' - ) Triuk [3) Cadet Chapel Choir {■t-3-2.1) Till ' men in Beast Udiriicks w rvi- in rr ijiiilf Min- w lul lur 1 ht w r l!rtiii- or lie was ha ii) ; tliciii. Willi |Mr iiiialil . gooil InniKir. iiriil i |n-i -larlid niakirij: Iriitid llii-n ami lia -iiicr iiicliiiliil aliiio-t i cin uiu- c with t l I ' oiiil. lli.s .struiii; |)i)inl were llirowing lialU ami rliariiiitif. ' ll ladies; he was alwavs first seclion in lliosc IcagiK ' s. ieailiii ' tiicmlicr ol ' I Chih. " his original thoughts inliu.n.v.l us all. •JIM Ser vtuit ( ) l,H,ilmll{l.2-l) itmiTiih (■ ) Major " A ' ( ' -D Boxing (i-2- 1) i unierah (• ) Track (4-3-2-1) Captain (I) iSumerals (4) Major " A " (.3-2-1) t ' ishin i Clnb I ' istol Marksman Ser ifunl ( ) folo(t-3-2-l) Numerals (t) Monogram (2) ,limicCiKuhVt-2-l) Camera Cluh (I) Siiimsh Cluh I ' istnl Sluirp-hintrr II .• « Irwv ' .: (; »mll| linic- lii;; lim- nam.- ha. hian ,1 lioi -[x-akfrs al lln i.friiliroii. from llic liii ' -idr or al llit- (rack. Hij;. im -f;oin ' . lo iii . ' . Jim loiind ll preceded a (jnick fjlan Language l)(| artment and his Iri.ndlN p.-rs, Thr nnrrmi drmi. ' s. ami llir(:or| list in that ,o,„-,sr r m.-mh.-r ol lli.- n.rii lirnl past Willi an r; Hi ' d comlorli-r and mai;a .incs a k |.l ali.a.l ol ili,- M„dern ■ss. his knowlcdp ' ol , I if iiiililaire. ' mc 290 W I K Simrlhr lirsi , ,M ol " li. ■rgeanl(l) ■l , ,. ( ;.„„,„,iiidaii I . Sturer (4-3-2) r i. • ,• «• .Sorrrr ( ) with Kid.- an. I K.-i Camera Cluh (2- 1) _ , , SkiCtub(3-2-l) ' ' ' " ' " " " " " " " ■ • " H hingCMib(,2-l) -|,.idv •.lra-..i.l ' Ho.lio Cluh ( I) ,u- ' W ink ' III. ' I iiarl. -l,a..k,..ll,-l III. ' .Iilli.nllv ■• ' " - ' ■ ' ir. ' uiii-l; not starling I KKNKSr JOHNSON W lllli;. .|I{. I vil.sCii . Ni:iti( sK ( ' oiii rfssiiiiKil KM. I ' ll iwiis wiirn; KlN(.-.|M.|(T. ' I ' i; m:ss|-.i-; Coiifiirssi.innI (;i;oH(;i; wii.i.iwis. jr. NoFUitl.K. ll((;iM iiti n(il (,iiiinl KO|{i:i r II.MKK W INKKI.MK ' { l ' i;n(il . lll.lNols ( ' iinfirr-isiiiiKil ' r (jirfinrai (2) l.iruirminlU) tl„srh„ll{l.:l-J-l] iimrnilstl) iinshlhull ( i.:i) Humlrr,tth M ilil Sliow ( ) KalrrCiirnimlCi) II hits III hi- iliiinj. sotmlliins .iH Ihr l.raulx oll.ak. ' li. ' lii;iaii In rh.- iii cjmiciIn an.l |ul(kl thai uln.li i -ivc-n liim to 1... i s .Ira. ' Li.r of Ixaiil itiil l.iiimc- li. ' , rna.hvjiis mark. iiL ' iM. iifl k. |ira i irm . l.all. ;:..lf. I.a.k.- hall. .■I|.|,k.-,1 -mak. ' - , ..in- l.i.„limmi 1 1 ) Slurs (! ' ) •V»rf «i ( t) aiad itiiwritls (I) li„- kitlmll{t) r..r 1 Sumvnihd) 1 iifiitifiT riiollmll (2) l.n.ll ( • lf(2) Ciiilrl limlriKlor (1) Hip li ' ll llir I ' liiin- ul Dak. .la L.r ihc ri.iv. i.iit (lie l ' lailW Ay(• ii " SKIP- irfiiiml ( ) Diiilrilir Sixirly (l.:i.2-l) V.i ;.- Miii,agi-r{l) :i niril.:i.2.l) I i-liin (.li,l,{l) Imlillmmr In all ihin, x.-ar- al W -l l ' ..ml. I lir .xil ,lra;:mn ll.al «av. rondrm li . iirr «,T.- -.nr|.n-iiii;. NcN.r niakini;-. ..la In..- .ai.-.r m lli. i . ' a -..ial rar. ' iT .liara.l.rl . ' .i Ski|i l.m I. ' .I.li.i.ii.v ..rri.-.l liiiii ua- uli.ii h. ' wa al. Us . ' h. i. ' . ' . Ill- naliiral al.iiilN an.l Intel llil.h-. Ill- i„-i liirii.! «a- 111- r.il .■..ml..rte II L.val In.ii.i an.l In..- »il.-. h.- lako ill il sin i:v iiooi ' KK (H N(;. ik. MIN(.I )N. I). ( i. (.Dltfln ' SsiDIIIll KOHKKT PALL UL N(. IiT( iiKi.i,. SoiTH Dakota Sfiiiiioiinl (;M)1 r 11 KH W. IIKI I ' M.K III N ll;iir llclTtiir ua -Irickiii uilh iiilaiilili ' |iar, . -i- M- wrri- li-in|M raril iliprist-il ul tin- r iin[iaiiii ii-lii| ,m,■i nur r,■ l.ol (ri.n.l . .1 u.k.i.« ll.al Dutch uu ■ liillil his a liack to his fot ' t. and our fxpcctatioii ■ h.in.; lulK r.ali .p.l. A fighter from th.- word go. I)„, iiiaiiv litii.- with 111- i- ji|. il- i.ii tli.- gi i DER€LA!I SES ii»i;llii K. Sll 4KKKK. !• I K. Ill KK III MN. IlKNKnK ' .T. HATCH, J.. nOACII, THOMPSON. VHM . TKKSMI.I.K. IIVMII.TON, WATERS, SIIULTZ. .1. llil ' iT. HKVNKTT, S M KKS. MdllHK. KKI.I.IvllKK 1-. mil .. UUIIKHT . IIIIITI ' IN(;ll M. KKMI . JVMKS. (. tllKKI.O :K, HOKKMAN. KVl.K. I.INDBI . VNDKUS. I.M ' PIN. r.VTI.IN, FHIOR. KC IIKNSON. III.VKE, IIKVDY. KKVTIIKRST II. iiii|io..,|,lr li.i,l l,.i,.,„ ' n. ' .l. 11.. ' Ihinl Hall Ih. ' .mik ' Mi|H ' r.inililar.v. (Iiir " C.u " .Ira.lliral lia.l NaMi-.lM ' ,l. WUm ».- rrliiinr.l lioin liirloiipli . ' ur.v |ol,|. " Shu. ujll !. • -.iiinr.l. I ' n.ii ujll I,.- |,n -.-.I. ■ Sla;;f;.r.-.l iiv ill.- mi.M.m . Iiariii-- «.■ ii.x .1 I li.l.— r.m lil ..11. |,aM ■■. Ii.-in " an. I ■•jiii.x. " |,a-l ••|.l.il " an.l .lia«ln;;. In. in " ■ vj.- -Ii-.l I.. ' ;;i;;- li.-.l » ■ l.-ii-hl. Ii nim|.lianll .•iii.r;:.-.l ri..m lli.- i,..lll.- ..11 ri a.liial i.m .lav uln.li au ii a- llir ii.u I ir-l ( Ma-. In 11 lian.l-. lall- III. ' .ImU ..I i.i.liiiM III. ' ( ..II.. tlii..iiMi aii.illi.r .ar. fi ■S - a| D L .iba«(:. J}, .J " ii lit . 3 A 8 S - i, , wNr % Nr " I f t INI KI.EY, WATSON, WAI.UNC, NEUMANN, SEEGERS, MAC KINNEY, BIELECKI, CHAMBLISS, TUCKER, KARRICK, JAMKS, CARBERKV, MAY, BUELL, WILSON, MILLS, KKKY. Cl.EMENSON, MOORE, DORAN. TALBOT, HUME, WATSON, RICHARDS, HENRY ' , FISHER, COBB, GRIESS, W ARDROP, HARDING, EVANS, MC CI.URE, CIIERBAK, NOHI.TON. NORRIS. MC GOWtN. IHHN, SMITH. D. M.. SMITH. M. A.. SUOR. ARMSTRONG. LACY. MC DERMOTT. M RSTON. DOYLE. POWELL. MEYER. LOVETT. GEE, BALE. EDWARDS. liROIIK. KKKK. THl EX. LITMER. REYNOLDS. EMKEY, HACKLER. Ill NTLEY. FI.AN G N. NICKEL. MC N VM R . ;H VCK. l,fS«lllt , iEai»NTi ri l| 111 A Wm l ' KOM " I- lo " M-. ,.,l,ll,ii.-.,l h, iMul.lik. ' . 111. ' l.arliM - ul Ihr I Innl It.ni, „ ImM lo ,, r,„M,.H.„ r,-.-,-,l ,,1 f;.„,-,-.,l in.l.MrnMr,.. lu „ 111.- »a- ;i « Inrlin;; ma . ' ul -I ' l uM.-.M-. I M ll-h ll,rMM . m hI II, liillil uar .TN raii lli.- I.mi.I.-m a li.ii . !,.«. I.i-ls ' .■aii I iirl.. dial iiiaik.-.l ii a llir lliinl •Hall- ' ' li.. " - -. I Mf;l,-h ll,rMM . anJ ll,M...v map., luil |I,.om;:Ii ih.- ha r our , ■ ,- .N.r ..uf;hl a ,li-.lanl t -nan- aiiJ .Irl,,-,,.,, llial ua- l»-all ami .nj-ajl ol hi,-. II, ,i- u I,.-,i,n n- .a,!,,,;:- i,„l. ..,.r ' tm m COIRSEY, CLBNDENINC, ESPAILLAT, BIRDETT, KOSSNESS, M : DONNELL, RAWLINGS, POTTER, GLASGOW, Hl ' I.I,, VAN SIIOICK, RL ' NDELI., RUMANEK. SANK, BO n, IIIDSON, SPEITII, FIELD, CLOl ' DMAN, PHILLIPS, SNAVELY, WEBSTER, FLETCHER, BRIER, SMITH, K. B., SMITH, L. B., EASTMAN, RYAN, tINCTON. PIEBES. NOVVK. CVRTER. PICKETT. COFFM VN. CADn. IIOMMELL, JOHNSTON, ORR, VEACH, RODGERS, MAZIR, KOCH, SCHWARTZ, EUilN, HITCHINGS, Iwra ALDING. WILSON. KKIIVKO. MVHTIN. JIVMMKI.. WINHKLD. lilVKKS . SPAHR, EVERS, ClILBERTSON, Dl ' RANTK, PEHRSON, STODDARD, HOI KAMP, BALDWIN, LSLEY, ATKINSON, UVKNKS. -il ' XKIIVHK. HKIKKTV. CII 4 M ItKK I. I N. (iKEENE, SMITH, YEl ' ELL, MC CABE, CLARK, FREED, BERKV. FITZGERALD, JONES, PARKER, AVCUAN, BRILL. PlIILPOTT. WKkEHT. HECKETT, CM.NVN, I.l TZ. EARNEST. ivtaHi c i 299 KKMlMts, UAIIt.( .K, llK.n: K, (.IIKADI.K, IISt.bHSULL, ZILI.MKK, BUMiSG, » iGH ' l ' M AN, (;iLb:S, HbNiNKS: KY, KUBIN.SON. WHITE, IIKKSS1.KK, HOI.I- ' INGbH. SCOTT, J DANIKI HRIGIIT, Mir.KELWAlT, HAULS, NALI-E, EMERSON, DRING, DONDANVII.I.B, FARR, NORMAN, PATTON, DE I.A MATER, DAVIS, CONNEI.I., CONLON, URl NDIN, i IIHO VN, KENNEDY, Al.TIER, FAIRIIHOTMER, MC CI.I ' RE, MC Er.VEV, MAERTINS, MANIN, MAXON, WHITE, WASSEHMAN. GRVCE. TOON. SOLOMON. MELTON. STEI.L, ■ ' i.Mll STAIIL, KAI ' KIKI.IVN, 111 HNS, SYMONS, TANNER, HAKI ' KK, NELSON, KIN(;, m RK, MAIIONEY, SIIEfllARI), i;HK(;oltV. SIMS, M1H I . l.LHIl VHIl, MM N(.. I II OIltER- " «S. CM LAIN, DODI.IM;, mi I.I.INS, THOMPSON, IIOYEM. o " c: NN )K, KMI.EY, COWHERD, UROWN. JA :KS IN. PVCE, IM IMI N. HI 1)11 l( . Ill MM 1. llolil.l . Ml ll r. VIIK IIOTTOMLY, MOOIIE, RICHARDSON, MYSLINSKI. »IIITMIRE. I.AnHENCE, IIIIIII RI . M.EIST. « VHNKK, lENkS. H M l . n Iniiii 111.- Iix-lciiciil Mnaiii of llic iiiiils: mUV from llu- l .».iiiif: ivr, of III.- O.C. «.• NN.n- III.- ' " L.-l ItalMh.Mi. " I ii.llir.-r.-iil. 11..I M-. W .- ju-l .ll.lii ' l 1..-Im-m- in ..x.-r- i-v-rlioii. ()f.-..iii- .-..iii-.liiii- ui-inkl.-.l ;il ill.- pa-iii- of I h.- •• M ..|li.-r.- ImiI .• ,-ii Ii.- ..miM 11..I .-ni li ill. ' -| iril of .Mir " Hall. " Ii-..ni lli.- lll,lM-lri..ll ' " i " " Co |.I.-Im-- I.. iIm- iii..h.Mil.- - " M " (.. ■■.Iii.-|-..I . " " «.- all u.-r.-MaiiiiM-.j-lliir.! Ital 1 •• I ' .m. iin .li.-l iii.. ' ' Haul in ,u .liiii. ' Itiil Sir. iiii in ill.- lliini {.at laii.Mi. " " L W m METZLEK, SMITH, STAsEH, GORDON, llAYMAN, DONALDSON, GEYER, Al HAND, RICHARDS, MARSHAI.I,. Kill-. I HI M VN. i II I - I I . -i llm K. GAMBLE, LEMLEV, MG LOY, HEATWOLE, CUTRONA, SCHELLENCER, CASALE, AURINGER, PETERSON, PEARCE, PETRONC, lloUK. Moi.HK. MNN Util. loHliKS. UANLEY, KAPLAN, JONES, H. S., TISDALE, MURRAY, NEILOND, P.ARDEE, ' KNOLL, FRANCIS, HENNESSY, HAZEN, SOHN, SILVA. SIIOKMVKKK. -icll vl ' KK. DKVKK. IIOLDEN, BARNES, MURPHY, CRAVES, CLORE, ELY, MC OORKLE, KIMBEL, WOOD, GOOPER, HOWELL, HENDRICK, KUTCHINSKI, SMITH, MORRISON, STEEL, BLANCHARD, BEUKEMA, STEFFES. LANCFITT, GARRETT, BARNETT, SULLIVAN, MURPHY, DENMAN, ANDERSON, CISZEWSKI, JANECZEK, GRBENHILL, TULLY, CHARLSON, HILLIKIN, BELL, CARY, UNDELL, DE CAMP, P.ATTERSON, ROUTH, PICKETT, NIXON, SMITH, MARTIN, MURPHY, MULKEY ' , PARKS, MIRE, PAYNE. •:::;:i ' :::;;:::5? ' ' , c tf •;iliii ; , I : " :,..| ' " ' ;: ' ::■ ' ' .... " =!ii.....:«rfe!ilill (•• " ■;i;;i ' i.iiNT ' ii|. ;:■!!! Ill 1 1 1 ||l " Si,iiiiiil« 1ll • ' Hll " 301 rOMPA Y " I " liiiii.. w. w. I)v l . I. {. (,ni.(. .nv W . In. Kiiiv i;. K. I.I lu iKou-M. r. j- Ml Ci I . II. C. Mmhu-un. . . W.MMl. .1. .S. In. SIJALTV LIST COMPANY " K- Likens. K. T. Wilson. K. H. I « " »II»A Y " L- HiCHKN .WEIC, M. J. r« ii»A Y " i ' Ih ll.KK. C. I.. Cm.nm. C. . I ' VKKin. .1. I{. . UIM.. .1. l. llllVM . . . . ,lli. IILETII iki C03T3I3 CA. le entire noKon is a school wherein are taught thi ideals of democracy and freedom. .1. Today Marti ' s s freedom and liberty fc OMINICAN REPUBLIC icon Army to streamline and to teach it the methods of modern wc y. Today his of the word. B ' ' ' A leader must have will-power, self-confidence, and This spirit has been carried into its id A S K U A L I. I » 4 1 MlIK I ' Ml tilition of " tlu ' rni baseball team, as iinpredietable as the Dodgers, etiKT icd iVoiii a .-caMJti i ii|is aii l downs willi a nrord nf eight victories and six del ' eal . Kain.-d out id the .)|Hii,r uilli I )arlin( ulli. the cadets started l.rillianll NNitli a 2-1 v ielc.rx .i .r LalaNclle. I ' inel. hitl.T Kehh c.ired ...1 a «alk. a |.a s.-d ball, and an .rn.r t.. del.at l.ara elte for the first time in ten ear.-. iJuek Tarver. rm pitelier. eontriv. ' d to sealler liis ten allowed bits. rtn ne l won 7-2 over Harvard behind the six hit pitching of Atkinson. Tlie annual game with the New Ork ( iants is gencrallv chalked up to experience, ami this ear was no excep- tion. ' I ' lii- was forgotten two da later when I le run l. W iiil ' and (iiickcNson led to a thirteen hit assault which downed Amherst 1 !-. ' . Hmk Rot,: Trainer Dzgiel. Burke. Slahle. Courlnev, Tarver. Riekman, W oody. Myers. : 3nt Ron-: Capl. Croan, Slurphy, Ford, White, Corley, Studer, Guckeyson, Garland, Benson, Tarliox. 2 irf Kim: Rebh, Stevens, Dejonckheere, Atkinson, Avery, Polk, Berra, Mazur, Cleary, Coach French. ht Row: Bat Boys. MlllKlfirr KOBBS Opponent K VVKTTK MllKK-r I ' iTT KEAKO. SI MMARY FOR nASEIIAM. Irmv Opponent Opponent Irmv Oppo [i.l.l «s I ' EN SYI. MA Sl ' KINCKIEI.D . I,F. w ...n.r ul.i.l. MU.V.I C.mI. siiiaslicil Iwii triples anii a siiij;li-. ]ii r Ivicknian ' s | mi hi I ' lmr ila s later (Airley ' s tlirce-riiii Iioiiut into Iit|i Irli ■laiiif at Douhleday Field. Rain forced a caticellalion Fordliani. but the Yale n;aine whicli follow id «a a rial I great liurler, beat Buck Tarver 2-0 lo spoil one of llic season. Artuy fille l the bags with oin- out in llic niiilli Contrastetl to this tight duel was a frcc-liilliiij. ' (• ! four cadet pitchers for a 23-3 win. rni closed iis over ! av . coming from behind lo nose out a fa somewhat iinst.ad innings. I ' .rie I) ' ,!orieklieeie hitless for se en innings. Vfler llie gani Hill ( elected by the squad to lead the I ' ) 12 team. Slahle " . lourlh in diea.l of liirn. M a. ' l. hrou hl in a I Springli. ' l.l I- 1 ■ e annual lussle l.-r. Joe Wood. pit.lnnf: job. o ImiI laile.l l niesi in wliieli l red mid. lie nine |..{ tiled down I., hold rian,!. reliable l.-lt i ls 311 i TV ITII a IV« hiraks Wallx i ' r.n.li mifrlit l.av.- coach.-.l a consistcnl «imit ' r in I ' Ul. The Irani cxliiliilid | (i mt in Hashes aloiif; «rlli some exrelleiil [.ittliiiig. Practicallx tli - same [.cns.-r «ill 1..- availal lf next . ' ar. whh llir exception of Dick Polk, the oulgoino; captain. The loss (rf Hill (;nckc son. imr of llii- team ' s big guns, in mid-season uas a si- crc loss. He is cxptcliii. Imwcxcr. to ir on hand next Spring. Pitciicrs lkinson. Ciearx. and Dc.ionckliccif lia c gradnatcd but the addition of Vk liitlou. wlio was ineligible last season. ina holster llie moiini staff. In the intiehl Whil.- and Stable will be available fur hilN b.hind ih. ' hal whil. ' C.rlcN. h.r.l. and Hickman should he hack at first. siMon.i. and third respeclixelN. The «. ' allh oroiilli.ld material in.ludes (;arlati.l. iMickexson. Ma in- Berra. and Iiir| h . )n the nnIioIc. it is an experienced s(piad thai uill he slalkin; number 21 against the a ne l ear. 11 i 1 Lii.t l W Kwi: (:..i,.l, N.nak. Hall. (;.tm.tI. Jarksoii. W I Williox. Krafl. S,-..li.-l.l. Wl.il.-. I{. .1.. Capl. Slarl.inI . ' ,1,1 l{„„. Il„»,-ll. Mir,. |{,-i.rK. SlilU.,,,. UrnNwi. II larrr . riiwln.ii;:. sf «.». • W a.l.li-ll. H. ..ill., 1.1. .,,i,i.l.T . II.IM-.I. l,ill,„- Walliii " ik,rl..„. Kuvi. I .■.,il.. I,(:an.r%. Krr-. W.inl. 1 1. ,.,.11. IB A € K I !» I I WinriiM- In. ' iii. ' . ' l ulill. ' l. -.in- l,ul . ;,x.-,l;. , ■ ,..-,. .-.r,.lMa ..n «illial,.i,. „• -.;! •, ..•.■....!. 1m. Ill Coa-h .. :ik ..,.!, I... ..N..k- h.i.k -.|U...l .li- I uiiM.N.i NavN. I..M.kiiif;l)a.ko .-r ,|.I.UM . larl.ir.l. t tUl.-rr in Char;;.-. .-.k- .,1 Spiiiif; «..rk..iil . I ll,. ' L.ii;; li..,M- -|..iil ..II ..I Mia.lii.ilJv u..ikiii int.. Iki|..- m 11.11 I I.I lli. ' Mi . ' K. ' III li|..|..|. .1: .1 Ii.i.k .111.1 u.r, ' al.l, ' |...I. ' V..|. ' ♦Jl l iroiiin;; ..iil i..ii;;li |.. l in form. Sli..illia,i.l.-.l III III.- ..|»iiin;: in.-.l a ain l lii.- I!,..«ii lia.kM.r . iinv «alk. .,u.ix uilli .III iiii|.i. ' -.i%. ' uiii ;-.l ' ' :pll ;,. Tlir oiilM.iii.liii |.. ' rr..rinan.v »a llial . I(..l. Sli.il. iiiu |...l. .l,llt. ' l. uli., ' l. ' an ' .l l. ' . ' l. n winiimt;. rm ur|.l nil llinr |ila. .- In l« . ,r. ati.l KomII linisl.v.j l-J-.i in ih.- !«.. mm llson. aii.l [{iirris ili.l llir saiii in ill. ' Iiroail iiiin|i ,„-Mav In 111.- r.nn HrlaNS al IM.ila.l.lnlMa u (lark, in- tlir l.r 11.11 Slis an.l III.- l« ' . mil.- r.lax t.am ..f K.I W ill... . " I li|. " I .nili. Jf.I Kin;:, an.l " Hi " " l....r. ' . (;illi |.la.-.-.l mmoikI in lli. ' in ila- :i,.al hif:li l.nr.ll.- .v.nl. «l.il.- ll..- r.lax Lain |,la.-..l lillli in a (i.l.l |,(,M-K.-M-l.-.t l.an. . ,,■(1 In III.- .-r alil.- Cillis. tho Army tra.-k (.am .-ilj;.-.! . n( |Dr(in»u(li in a l(i((.-rl t-.mtested quadrangular m.-.-( lli.- ri ll.) Ninj; iSiurdav. May 3rd. Final rcsiults were: rm . ' ). " ). 1. Dardnontli Iwr. Iowa— 30.2. and Colunihia 20. in (lit- first quadrangular Inl eviT slagt-d at W .-si Point. ( .: ' l III ItKHin hrrnliiiii: lufii XlIK IIHKWOKKSMarl.-.l «ilh Ihr first Ira.k .-vnl ..f ihe aflt-rnoon wh. ' ii Hill (Jillis roan-d on.t lli.- 12(l- anl liif;li liiinllcs lo «iri. s.-tliiif; a now AriiiN record oC I Li seconds, (iillis came liack an lioiir later Id scI his second limber-topping record of the da . when h ' hroki ' the tape in the 220- yard low luirdles in 23.. " ) si ' conds. ' I ' his |ierformance hetlereil his own record ol 2:i.: seconds set last ear. Halifax thronfrh the meet Dartmouth led Vrmx U 4 points. l)ut this lead dwindl.d uhen Halpli White lurm-d in on.- ol his hc l performance. of the vear with a hea e of 2tll feel to placi ' lirst in the iaxclin. hen ihe lialf-milers took their marks in the last track e cnl of tin ' da the outiome of thi- meet hung in the halancc. Kd W illco of rm led on the first lap. breaking ih. ' stiff wind on th.- backstretch. With thrcc-cpiarlcrs of the dis- lani-e gone. King and j-enili started to moM- up. and as the race swung into the llomeslretch these three rm runners were leading the pack. King finished Strong, followed iIoscIn b I ' cnili. but (:ohiml)ia ' s Duncondie closed (piiekl in the last few n ards to ed-e out W iilcox lor third i.la.e. Tlir irs,JI„ .h Interest ran l.igl. tlin.„f.rli....l lhi m.-.-t a.ul lat.r it wa anmunu.-.l that the Quadrangular Meet would become an annual affair hin-. |iri)lpalil [lili liiiif: rtii ajjain l two Eastern colleges and some prominent representative of the Mid-Vl est. Two wins, one over Penn State (6634-59?4) and one over Rutgers 1 lO-U). followed by a defeat at the hands of the well-balanced Pittsburgh squad, 76 -493 ' 3. prepped the team for the meet with Nav . High points of the Pitt meet were the powerful javelin heave of 226 ' 10 ' by Jim W liite ami a leap of ( 2 " in th.- high jump l. Don Deffke. Roth perfr)rmanees added new Arademv records to the laurels of the ' 11 team. Jtliai rs . iiKOSSE A i VCIiOSSi;. firu iti- -ica.lilN in |iiilaril at W ol I ' uirit iluriii ' n ' r.ril .ar-. narhcd | i-ak liming llii- I ' M I -.a on. Since In- laiii. ' lifii ' ill IJI!. Ciiarli Muiti Toiicli-Iotir lia lurtii-cl uiil icains liicli lia .- M.n lit: frai.i. ' . I..M J " ., an. I lir,i _ This 1 -cli.-ilul.- N.I all.in|,l.-.l. uilh .l-hl i.t..ri.-s n.l lu. .1. r.al-. I.. I . ' ral. ' .i a ..n.- ..I lli. ' I.ol in llif ..unliN. I ininni:. iM.Ns.rlul. an. I .l ' iil - •lal.- a .:r. ;;ali. n. Tli.- ii nal -larlin lin.--ii|. .-.m-i lvd l ( iliarliiinn.au al i .iali.-: Ilinkl. ' . Sinilli. an. I Kint: on thr (l r ii r: CallouaN. K I u ki. ami ( :ri» in tlx ' ini.llK ' l.l: an. I riii ' i.ni. M ilrli.ll. anil Krin.iM un llir alla.k. Ml ..I ll,. r rx,.-!,! (:ri . a x.arlin . an. I lln;;. |„-n an.l lihlwll. ulm I, ax.- -la.liial. ' .l. u.n- ,rn,u .■las ni.-fi. m..nmli. ' .l.|..ii.lal.l.r.-..r . N.rv {•raNsl.-N. W.i.lii.r. a ar... Tal. ' . I ranklin. an.l C.il.l.. UifTj;.-! |.lavniak.i ..n th.- I. am «.r.- ill.- r....m- mal.- Mil.li.-il an.l rhli:|M-n. H.mIv -.-h.-.-klnf; |M-.-iall-.t «,-r.- ilinkl.-. !nii.li . an.l iiill Smith, uilli Cl.ailH.n- n.-ai. as lli.- f;..al-.lij;-.-r snpn-m.-. K.-in.-rl. Tal.-. K..zl..«ski. ami Kini: l.-.l lli.- .ini.-k-r.-.-..N .-rx -n.n|.. lnl.■ alm.ol ar. silnali..n l..nn.i ' JommN Call.max ..i. lh.-.|M.l. si:. so. SI . I. I. IIY F»lt i.. ri(ossK 1 " ' " " " • " ' Inns O,,,,.,,,.-,,! Sm . 1 sK It .■1 Sl ' l IN..KIKI.I l l 1 ll l M(l 1: 1 Mmiii xm. (. 1 I ' lNN M NH Ill 1 J.IIIN- ll .| KI - ■2 7 (..UN KM. i: (. I ' rixeton . ' I ' knv .Sr TK 1 1 2 ' limk Ron: R..»iix. l- ' r;iiikliii. Bril liiigham. Murphy, Carberrv, Craiii. M.-lilinp. ll.illonr.)lli. I ' fir Row: Cai.l. Be.-l.-r. Iiii.-kl.-r. W irt, Col.b. Nazarro, Weidiier. Frawlev. (ir.-i;:.-!. I.- lillaii. (;..a.li ' Isl Row: Ilinkle. kin ' . Smilh. W .. K .l«wski. Charbonncaii, Tliigpeii, Mil.-h.-ll. K.-i.iprl. (;all.ma%. C I n„f!l, „iul llimhtr -r f m lllNMK M N a scrirs of five practict- fiaiin-s. rm iiu ' l lull our ili-r.Mt. and llial at llir liaii(l ..I lli.- lamoii!- (• -rollr ian ol M..uiit a lni|M|..n. Kn.-.i in ihis (ll.lin Mi-.h, ' .l .oinpanN llir al.ililv olMi.li in.-n a Ihifii.-ri. (;alloua . an.l Ko lo»-kl ua «.ll iiiarki ' il. riu- rni Ma on olliriallN o|mh.-.I on |„i| |_ ' ih nmiIi a |:{-K xictoiN OMT S rac UM ' . Till ' W.St I ' oint iuf;;:irnaul ihiii sliani- roll.T.-.l S|.iinj;li.l.l. Ilaixanl. Ma.Nlan.l. an l l ' ,iin N K ania in rapid i K•( ' t ' SsioIl. ()iitstan(iii) ; ol ' this group wa iIh ' i:anic uilli llic I niversity of Mar laiid, National C-olKfjialr champions of I ' MO. at West Point. Arniv " s hard, slashing; allaik proM-d loo nuiih for the Marvlanders in what was prohahh ihe most cxrilin ' ; anil hcsl- pla e(l gam.- of ih.- s ason. |{ virln.- of an rni off.tisi .- l.d l.y Mitchell ami riiigpcn. who chalked up two goals apice. ihe .adets le.i l-: , at half lime. Count Ko .lowski an.l C.uth Keinert added the finishing tonches to ihe ()- 1 victory with a goal apiece. fter crushing the I ni ersit of Pennsylvania 16-1, the string of Army victories was brought to a temporary halt. The deed was accomplished by a Johns Hopkins team bound for the national championship. Determined, polished, and smooth-working, the future doctors beat the fighting cadets 7-2 mainly through their superior stickwork. Army, rough and ready as always, being led in this department by Carl Ilinkle, was nevertheless somewhat tense after this episode. V week later rmy bounced hack into ihc win coliniui li trouncing Cornell on their own grounds 17-6. This paid back in [ art a recent defeat in football suffered at the hands of the Big Red. XllKSh:(;()M)M ' ll.a.k..lllMMi. . n. |.h,vr.l III ;. .InNMi, r,.ii a -a ..f niiicl. was ailminislm-il Ii riimiloii. to llir liiiii ' ul " . ' i-J. Tin- inahililv ol iIh ' iiin allack In il lailid mi lln- -l.)|.|. lirl.l ua .uniiMii-al.-,! L.r In |,ai I n ih,- ,ii,Miior l.lurkinj; and ,l,.rkiii;; nl lti|l Siiiilli aii.l Has liii|.lis. Ml.r n.iilin INiin Slal.- I l-l ' . llw Vims l.n l.i,.k .ill L.r iIm- Ii..i.s A iIi.- S.x.in ni lii;:li |.iril-. «IimIi nn.it n. l |..Tr,|. lal.lv ilaniiMii.-.l «l.,ii il u a ,ll .-o .nd llial lli. »,,iil,la-aiii |.laN in I In- ram. Ilir a N ham. In... , am.- ..n ill.- li. ' l.l «illi an .x.-.ll.nl r. ' .-. r.l. I ' ll.- .a.l.l . a|i| annll laklii ; a l.-. ..n Ir.iiii lli.- I ' ini.-.h.n ;;ani.-. inll.-.l lli.n alla.k liir.mHJi ij,.- liin.- an. I a t..ii;:li iiii.-.iin|,n.iiii iiij; a n I. am I.. a»iiiii.- a ' .-:( I.a.l al llir liall. I ' ll. ' -■.■ I hall «a a l.-n . ' I.iil n.nf;li-an.l-l iimlil.- alTaIr .liai-a.-hrl .,! In a l..o-.iw,l niix ,1, r,n .-. Cai.lam .la.k llnfiiMi, .haniali- lallv lini li.-.l 111.- uani,- an. I In. Ia.n. s.- .ar.-.-r uli.ii li.- m-,,i-.-,I all.r r,-lnlm- ih.- Naxv ;:..alic- . ut ..I |m,mIi..,i. lln.. rliii.liiiij; Ih.- am.-al T- " .. lainml.- h W .-si j ' .iiiil l,x Iraiii. I lu- sipiail .-l.-.l.-,rr..miii (;all..uas .a]. lain inv H2. h i liar.l 1.. lur.-s.-,- aiiMliin iml mi.-.-.-» l.-r lli.- I ' I12 M-a-..n. W liil.- |.laN.-i- lik.- J...- Tal.-. jllk I lanklin. an. I j... .-i.lm-i-«lll l»iniss.-.l. (;all..«a an.l his ...Ikm-I « Ml Ih- al.l.- I., lak.- ih.- Il.l.l with all hnl Inm-.-IiIi.- ..ri;. ' iiial .lailin- liiif-np. Thi-.-.- s.ason.-.i .-|craiis. cmiiiI.-.I willi ihalh-.-s rr. m an .• .-.-ll.nl " ( i " s.|iia.l. iiiak.- ini . iill. . k in Lacrnssi- | ai-|i.-nlarl ros . I( hrn-s thr imrky 32.5 ST spring Kruus niastrrs of Ur sli.v aii.l l..,..k trudged up hill and down dale im ocrasions and al oilier times litt-rally glided along with I In- greatest of ease. In the opening eonl.sl »ith I ' enn Stale Lad Liiek smiled siren-like on our lads unlil the 1 went -first hole ol the deciding mateli, at which time she hiithely disappeared, leaving us al the short end of a 5-4 score. Mut then the team buckled down to trample Colgate. Cornell, and I ' itt in quick succession. The Hamilton set-hack of .i- 1 with three malehes going extra holes was the highlight of the season, every urn of the links throwing the advantage first this wav and then hat. In the final contest our lads fought grimly against the Mid- s. losing 7i-[. houcNcr oid after the deciding match again went extra holes. With four lettermen Ilanley, Smiley. Ilackler. and Gayle — still on hand, and with able competitors coming up in Yount, Hecket. Browning, and Waller, Coach Freddy Canansa and the hi|)s on their shoulders for the Soring of " IJ. 327 EXXIS 1941 S|.ark.-.l l.v Cai.tain I )i.k lin.lall. lli,- Vrnix l.niu- Irani lia an .■x.cll.nl scaxxi. winning eight ol il- lu.h.- iiial. In-. I ' li, lad ihal Tinilall was a cadet instriiclcir i iil (|ii«n hi- [irai tin lirn.- 1.. llir.T.laxsa ue.k. Ih.wrx.r. uilh 1 1,,- al.l ut -uch rii.n a i; an . lunali. Talr. liu. hanan. ( iaii.lla. an. I l.r..nanl tlv learn ruiild liai(ll hil|i JiaNiii;; a Slicoessfiil season. Mier a hard hu- lri|i rni limbered ii|i In denioh h I ' eiu Stale in a el. an sweep. »»-(). The lri|i to Prinr.lun a lew .ja later iiided in deeisi defeat at the hands of one of the Kast strongest teams. I ' he next five malehes. |.la ed at West Point w -re all rni iel()ri.- . ' I ' ll.- first fo.nid rin in a ( ■: , ietory oN.r llar ard. I ' ll. ' next. |,la e.l without ■jlndall. aw I ordliair def.-ah-d !i-l. Ii far ihe .nos.1 xeiling e .iil of ihe ea on the :,.| inaleh with the liig |{,-d Iron) Cornell. Ihe |M.w,rfii Ithaca team wa- han-l -Io|p|M-d in a -erie- of Ion;;, hriiliant mal. ' ho while l ill an.i ( iolumhia w..v next to fall heh.re liu rm raekel l.v the- ,l.-,i-i e More- li-l and 7-- ' . The tri|. lo N,w llax.n. howeN.r. lonii.l rniv al ihe inerev of a al.- l.-am le,! hv the rernarkahle pair. Culler an,! I ned- man. who wen- unlM-alahle in l.olh m-le- ami douhle-. I ' ll. i-ilor from Darlmoulh won ' . ,-( on a rain da of up-el-. In Ih.- next two nf -ls the eadets d.dealed William., and W e 0t Hvar Rwr: H,RlK.iKm. Coach ChamI.ers. Tinker. Capl. Brooks, nriscoll. L( Iront H„i,: Kvans. Tale. Hovl. Tiinlall. Miirrali. ( lan.-lla. edge thai av uoiild !»• hard h. ImmI. liiclrnKiil wrallicr -liou.d again, however, that the cadets urn- nol all-M a- .n |pla .f . iio .rliil and cviMriiii.ed xNavy team led U Daxl- Cup |.lav.r I.m- lliinl l.-r.-.-d ill.- .a.l.l. I., s i.ld 7-2. I),-,,||.- ll„- I,,- urr,,„lall and iNan-. rnix n, l v rar u dihaN .-. l„-.i,l.- lli.- r.--n- lar-. llal.il an,! ill.- |,n.inl,Mii;: llav,- h. Ii.l|. ra|.lain-rl.-rl Hu.liaiian (-arrv ..n. I IfjM Teddy Micli 8S 83 ■ pf B«. £ • t St j N ;..„. 1i %. Ol.l . Miil.-. K. J.. Irrlan.l. W rstl.nM.k. W liill.m. ShafT.-r. Ilar.lv. Tal.-. Watkins. . . ;..„. V..,r.is. Ilal.li. J.. Jarr.-ll. I ' L-Ik-s. Karliarl. Ilaii.-I. Mirlia.l. Ki.-nzi. l-rak.-s. llomiossoe. Jn.l l „„: J,,l,.,-oii. KoImti-. S.i|,. K.ilman. l(,.M.a...k. Hill. W il ,.n. I ..rr. H„, kn.r. Ja-n,-. In.n, ! .,„: Mi.h.l. K.ll.l.rr. larr.ll. 1,-,r.au. M.Kinn.v . Mnrpln. .s.m . Wliil.-. I{. ,!.. Maupi... la ur. I .ulr x k..» -ki Hfiii ttitlial clinclii hlhe Isle ' Man iln til OOTKALL Ifl II Ikprev hi iKASO.X 1 I I. IIV ■•OH lOO THAU. ()t:T. 1 11 in Tim; ( ii ivdki. . l.l. 1 mi: . . . ( idl.l MHI . Nuiiii. Dvvi: irmy l ' ( 20 i;{ ( 2(1 (1 (1 2 ) Pkwsylvwiv West Vikgimv Navy . . . . () lO.i 1 1 87 Th.- n.» .l.al ill rm Ic.ull.all Marl.d |Mcla.iilail In ih.- ,s|.rln ' « illi llu- rvall of Mr. Karl " H. ' ,! " Ulaik. uli.. hr.-u-lil al-.n;: his .rilirr rua.liin- slalf In.ni Darl- moiith. Starting willi last st-ar ' s squad |)ra.li all intact. lr. Blaik liiiill a liam wliifli at one [mint rankrd cli ' scnlli in the nation, tinis earning for liiniscll llif (listincliun of Ixing one of the " .■oaclK ' s of llir far. " In tl..- .-ason o|Mn.r. Vrni sli..u.(l an al.n.ulan.v of po .-r an. I s|»cl in n|Mll- ingThoCilail.l. ! ' )-( . Promising was tii.- work of Iaii|Hn an. I Ia ur. who L. ' lu.-. ' n tlicni ac.-.)nnteil for all tlircf Arin scores. On till ' following Saturday, the Big Team tinli-aslied its offensi e might to down a valiant and clever V.M.I. 27-20, indicating a definite upswing in Army ' s foothall prestige. Maupin. Hill, and Hatch scored behind blocking improved from the previ.uis week. The 20-7 vict. r o .-r Val.-. heral.i.-.l l. the press as an upset, was rm " s first inaj.)r .-.mipiest. I.i ' ss tlian tw. minut.s afl.r tli. ' ki.koff. ale ' s lkirlhol.rii ha.i s.-on.l on a hlo.k..! ki.k. Th. ' .a.l.ls . ' v.-n..! th. ' s.-.u-.- lat. ' in the lirst p. ' riod .)n a niar.h from th.ir .luii 12. after an inl.r.-. ' pt. ' .l pass h Hoh I ' .vans. nn " s secon.l .■ore .ame on IlilTs r)()- ard dash Ir.nn s.rimmage. Match plunging owr in the tliir.l |i. ' ri. d to mak. ' it unanimous. (:„l„„i,i li Ki ' iM. (M,„li Hi Marshall. (;a%l.-. I ' loll. (. f. ii i-l.ntlN k.|,l ll„- !ri-li «.ll uii ll„ir i.l.- ul lli,- niMUlil|M ' . »liil.- I ' ,!;; .Inn W liil. ' . i{ I.MI ( )|(l.. a.wi l. llliMM H,,i, Kx .,„ r.Mltril.ulr.l iMx ...JMUI. ' . .ach ..I u.ll .Ij.vrlrcl .1, r.ii i . ' .null. |{.-.-., ni ..Ml a mr of ill-- ln..,u,. | l, I.T.-iN .• ham-. In llir .■...mliN. Ilarxanl liiiall iirn. ' il. ' ,! lUr oUrriMNr a!:aln l rniN »lii. ' |i Nxa l rarrx it sur. ' r riillv throujil. iImt.-I ..I th.- M ' aM.ti. ' Iliis lacl. .■..„!, IcI uill, Vrr.ivV ln ,,1 r..aM|M.u,-r siistairi. ' .l ill III.- ..liv Dam. ' h;,im -. 1i.I|, Iu a.c.nril l-.r llir |l, l .l.l.al In h gamo. H)-( . Iri lrmii.iilal «a ( llmh I ' .alm.lx. iIk- (:ririi .)rr.- Ml- iiirii.aii ;iiiaril. I f! Oilini! „r,li,„itr,l i I In- l ' .iin- Kaiiia :aim- a ;aiii liinc]ii trali ' (l the li rriirr toll „ ll,,- . trr Dam. ' gam.-. Tlir (Jiiak.-rs «.t. ' k.|,i u,ll l.a.k un th.-ir h.-. ' ls at first, th.- half .n.ling -Clinic— . IpuI llicx came hack in the -ccccncl -tan a to -c.r. ' t i.c- «ltli 111.- aid ..t lirii.-l pa- iiil.-i-c-.-icll..ns. Ihrlll c,r Ihc- -am.- «a- llank Ma iir " - iiT-xanl |„mt al I 1-7. Catching ih.- riii in lli.- iiiicUl cT |,ic-|,aral icm- lur thi -in-tiiious . a jiiKoiintt ' r. a (igh ling and (Iflcriiiiiietl hand ironi West Virginia thrt-att-n..! to ins.rih. ' an- olh.-r idol on ihc- I. •am ' - r.-cc-d. ( )rdv a hcaMlilul IHin- Nard lo Ironi Ma ur to Mill lurn.-d hack ih,- Moun- tain. •.r- T-(.. uith ill.- aid .d (,.-nc- Sinilh ' - all-iniporlant - lra [loinl. ' rindv dc-lc-rnnnc-d |o -ink llic- -I |iou.-ilnl unit ihal rniai had -c hack i Clark. -c-orc- hv liii-ik and The A hs k -slii Mnznr cnminii tlimiiah. g) ' I ' lic iin line. U- larking ' ifscr c slrcnglli. carmd tlic n ' S|( (l uf ]h iiiosl iiowi-ilul a(l i-rsarii ' s. Jim liite was a rugged tackle lliroughoiit llie season |{a Miirpln. Koliiii Olds. Tom Mesereau, and all of the other front line per former:- handled tlii ' ir work spiritedly. Hoh Kvans was a si t -minute work -horse ii i ua- a -rncnlh u.-ikitif; .uinl.irKiliui.. Il;. l,ii Mmm|Mii. JcIiiuin llaK ' li Mippllcl tlx ' .Irixc uhil.- " li .lc . ' kln : |H. | . ' .-. ' .lilahlv. To all ol ■ llrilMilr Ihr x ' aM.nV mi. •.•,•- . n i riii ' « ■I ' ll.- I.a.-klirl.l « f;j It. ' Mltl. I.rl . ' llrr. Illillllrr. ( ; l-l.ir...ll. Itl.llk. D.llllrl. M ;, , , ;..„ ,,1 I. I ii.Mi.ll.r. l!r..NM,. K.-.HliliN. |.,M,r ,-k. It.ilil-. l,M.,li.i. I ,-.|.,-i. Kli.--I. ; , li„„: M.rriii. I.( ..rkl.-. U.ll. S.,.i,|.-..„. K-l„.-ki. l. |;K,n. M,„-I.-. II .mI.x. W ..ll,ii-.r. S. li.llin ' .T. ( ihirnsi.l.-. :ir,ll n„: llinkle. MurnliN. Srnii. .:s. Mjrilri. Nrin;;rr. S;il cr. SiK.r. ( iipiM-r. I ).„,.,l U.,ii. M.Iimti. I ' ; 1. Korlies. I ' ierc« (ia.lllilr. 1,(;,, . M, ■(;!,, Ihlin. l)..vi-. MiM.rr. ,-(,,ii. I l.-.i,l.r,,m. l, I ' li.r-..,,. ill,„r. ( ;.i-alli. 1 1 rmi.-ssee, WofxI. . ' », Il.ii. (;il.-,. MiKh.ll. I.. ..n. Sirll. l);Mii.l. I ' urlirik. N.llr. l-lin. I), rin,nl. I nrl liofTrr. Inml H„„: ,„K. (n. .ll. M;,riir . lit I. .11. SiK a. I,„,r.-. |{, rn-. liillin-. SliNrnaii.l. ri.l.r-...i. I ' arkrr. lli.T. K.-.-vos. Kmlev K.I;.Mn..n. l..-ll,„r. !• iilliinx ,•. ' ■ .,■ i;,uih„ii rv.rvM . r» ( loi Di.Kss sk anil ihc amiual coloriul tlirorii; finclcd tlu- clash bt ' t M ii ihc rm liaiii anil llic must [mwerl ' iil Naval unit in year,- " . Durinj; llir firsi | ri( (l a lMauliriill ilcreptive Army offensive swept the Mid.li,-. uir l.alanc,-. rii.n Ma .nr an.l Hill unleashed a Iri.kv criss-cross |putil rtliirn lo place llic hall (lfc|) in Navv territor . and alkiti hiickcd o .r. In the second half a stream of av reserve slrcnglh propelled l«o l. ucli.loun dri es and a Nav victors ll-t). The entire rm% team performed l.rilliantl in the faceof heavx odrls: Mazur. F.vans. and I ' rnie While phned si l mimites of hang-u[) foot- hall, and MurpliN. Michel. S.ip. and Jim While ucre huKsarks on th.- defense. ?((s; . „ Sri ,— Irmvs hull. M m ROSS COUI TRY N..Nak. Iriu. (. •(.r .■. Um-.II. WInir. lir..»M. ,,.„l. (lark, (lark, l-rnni K.m: Hi-h..... .m,I,-,. II,„.,I. |{,,-,II, I )a.uia,lirr iMirlnn. Kin . Iflll Ihr rmN .rn-- r„uu r I. •;.,... nn.l.r lli,- .il.lr h.l.laj;.- ul Mr I.e.. ..N;.k. .■;n.U ' ihn.M-h uilli ,i n-,l,l ;,l,l,. -.-.immi ni -pih- n t iMnirr- ,1, r,Ml,-,l Mlrr,! Hill, :, |Mrl,rl M-,.n-. i:..-,(l. on ihr nrx ...ur-.- ill , l l ' .„i.l. I ' m n„x ii.rn |,,ii.mI.-,I ..,,■,— (I„- lnn-1 ,nr Ml -iirrr-.-.ioii. I. ' il l.v ( :;i|ilaiil I nil |{. .rll. I ' ll, ' lolh.uiM- u.rl C.nirll . ' a l .orn. ' .I. iil.l a In llir liiliin ' i iHaliii- llir .i.lrl ■2 .M . I.iil nin Imnn, r,l l.ark 1.. rlirrk I ' m - ' O-.f-,. I ' ,, uin.l ii III. ' - ' .l . ii. i.iiv iiirl N.Mv. ( MIIW ' II. D.iiliiioiitJi. l-inir, ' Ilarvanl. alr, I •rnn-N U an,,,, ami ( olnnilMa In, ll,r l„--l I,mi ' i, Ihr .....all. ' il ll,|,la ' :Mnal Mr.-I al an ( uitlanill I ' ark in . ' si:. so «i i i. icv Iriin O,. .. Oil. II Mind l.i . ' )U l!l C.rn.ll . :w 2 Nu . 1 I ' ill :; llr,,lap.ii.,l M ilii ■n III, I ' l : B H ' tork CilN. i.la.itif: iniirlli. l.osi l. f:ra(liiali(.ii «ill 1m- Hosell. Smil.v. an,! Carx hn.u.,. »!,.. haxr hrhjii.l mm!, m.n a ll.-nsd. atl.uil..n. Daiinadi.r. an. I Kin;;, llic |.ac. ' xll.r n Ii.. i also raplaln-cir.l 1..,- n.M sv.ii. Mu.l, .■.■-■.111 is .In. ' I., ihr m.n nnIk) lak. ' iiarl in lhi ni i.r.- is n. " l..r . V r- SoCCr.H |ir(.-|H.I lo,- 111,- I ' ll I -.a-oi, »,rr |.;irl i. Mlatl liri hl «li.-n Caplairi Hill (;iirkev on. al.-nj; uilh a Im-l ..I lal,-„l,,l Ml.rat.-. n|M,rl.-,l I.. ( loa.li Kax Manliaii.l. Thr |HTiiii ' jiatiir ul ill.- x-a-nii |.ru ..l (lull llii- itii -iiiiail had not l»-.-ti . rrratrd uli.-ii ihi- Irani raik.-.l ii| a :i-l i(lor ovir I ' rlii.-.loti. Mldillc Vllaiilii I iil.-ni.iU-giate Champ? of I ' l.Vt-KI. I ' ll.- 11. M ;;ariii- mark..! ariolli.r lrlimi|ili l.ir lli.- rmv l.ani. a . -l .■..n(|ii.-st of L« ' liigli. C.-nlimiinj: lli.-ir uirinin- «a . ih. ' ( ia.i.l Imm.I.t- lram|,l,-.l Svia.-UM- l-j. .iu■ H an,! Wolf la laiiiil.il N.arlirigi , n; luo froais ca.ii. «liil.- (,ii.k. ,-..ii and I ranko .-.k contril)!!!.-.! soni. ' I.rllllant II. 1.1 u. rk. Th.- n. t ;;aiii.- -|i.ll,-.l lli.- luiirlli con i ' iiitix c iit.)r f. r ill.- rni l.-ani. when (intki-xson and K..-I..u ki ,- .-.-ll.-.l in an .-a- 2-0 l.ininnh .. .-r- Hn.kn.-ll. II..u.-n.-i-. in ill.- n.-M .■ii -...int.T. orri :K i»ii I,,, . .•„„. (..,,,1. Il,-»,.l. 1.., I,„l.-r.-. I.il..M.-. Ch.Tl.ak. Sl,ui,l.-I,. Il.„„-li. Ii.„rvll. »,M,k. II irn-.M.. Tans.-N . (,, n,.„ N,,ll..,.. Ca,.!. |{.,lM-r,..n. C.la. N.-iU.,M. Ca.illaN. l -. W ..If.-. I .a»l.-N. Hr..«... l.-( Ji.r.-. ( a.r.-uni. Ki.-.-i... C 11,.....-. C.a.-I. Mar. ' liaii.l. Maj. r (:. .i»a . •„, .•..,.. ( rai... Kl.r.-N. K.-.lli..-.-r. a.al ' .-s. k.. l.mski. ;,..-k.-N ..... tiarvln. Clac-.-ll. H..»ll... I ra.ik..« ki. 11. .M. ,,.„ ;,.,. SaNl..r. !.,-»i . .1,....-.. H.-ll.. l- ' i-h.-l. i- ' iill.-r. HIa.k. m ti. ' %:t ' =R»;f,r =ii ' « f ' ' »HhMI ' ' Cf SEASON SI I IAIIV In I ' Olt i4M ri-IK t.i. 1 IViiKvton l.rlii :li 1 1 1.-. Sxra.UM. 1 ■22 Ku. ' kn. ' ll L II _ ., Hn.un : ;i Nun. [f i:. llarxani ( I ' .iiii Stal - 1 1 (1 22 NaN ' y :i K 7r ( - ( ;.■ ,„« ( », ihf rin rabble ran against a strong Brown team which employed Coaeh Mar- cliaiids tactics of long passes and long kicks. Army was leachng 3-2 in the fading minutes of the game wlien a long lioot ehitled the Armv goalie and gave Brown a 3-3 tic. I naldc to rcco cr from this slight slump, the rm) team suffered its first anil only defeat of the ear when Harvard eked out a l-(t victory. Spurred on h the upset at (lamhridg -. the team entered the classic I ' enn State game « itii a determin- ation to win. Penn State hoasled a record of si t -li c straight victories and had m.t tasted .Icfeal since 1 )32. The first half as hard fought hut void of scores. The furious pac. ' • ' oulinucil in the seond half and n.ar the cud of the third period (,;irMn l, H lr,l ;. j;,,al I.. i;i ,- ill.- .1HV I. Mill .1 u .11 ,;.ni.-,l nlLmx ,,n.-i|Ii,- MiLuis I.1..M-.. I 111- u.i- liiiK ■ ..I 111.- l,.--l -Mill.- .-v.-i- uilii.- " .-.l ..11 111.- IMaiii .ni.l ..nix M.I, ,1V «..iil.l h.u.- I..-.-11 : lilliiif: i-.-uar.l l.,i ( . u.-k.-v -..ii. K..-I..« ki. (...rviil. an. I .-I..-111;: ;:ain.- uilli Na v . 111.- ;:aiii.- « a- l.il l.-rK l.-urln In.ni -larl I.. Ilni-li l.iil ill-- iiin |,..«.-|- linalK ..x .-i-« li.liii.-.l ill.- Mi.l.li.- ■,-•,. Hi,- nja mm;: ..I ( ai.laiii (.u.k.-x- .....11. k..-l..«-ki.an.l (.aiMii ua- |,ai 1 1. niai Iv 11 .al.l.-. ..I l{.-.llin;;.-i-. (:la ::.-ll an. I C.al,-- all ..I »li..iii |.lav.-, Ill -l.il.- ..r llii- I..-. Caplain-.-l.-. I liank..«-kN an. I ill. ASKKTBALL l» 42 l iIm- o|„iiin- nf ll.i N.arV l.a k.l l.all -.■a . n C.a.li I..mI f.M.n.l hirn-.ll fac. l «illi tlir |.n.l.l.tn ..I luiiMin;.- a wiiuimi; l-arii Iruin a .]iia.l (■..ntaiiiliii; c„ilv -i let Irriiirn. Jhr-r -ix. Captain Kri.i.- W Inf. MaflrN. lnr|ihN. Ilanlv. H.n un. ami R.l.h. ,■ r an rn.nlr.l l .laniii- l ' lnl|intl ami I li.r Sini[i-(in. [wu |irurrn-nii. ' lint ini [i.Tiinr.-ij M-arlitif; . In llii- (ir l ;. ' anif of lln- -la on a (Ta|)| wraiifrlc with l,ala i-II - rin rami- oiil on lii|,. ujlh a -ion- ol IT-li!. I ' lnlpnll li . l n| to u f.rornisr I ' roin tin- larl 1) inkinj. ' I 1 [lolnl-. Th. .I.f.-n. - Inn.lion.-,! .IT.-.liN ,In lliron;;!. th.- l.a.lNinf: indnt-n.f of li.-l.h an.l Irnl.- W Inl,-. In lli. M.xt f:arn. ' at Colntnlna. lli.- ( acl.l uon a l.iu . .l.linilriN r...i.. ' li .56-2:? .l.-.iMon. In lli. -r.oml hall 111.- I ion. VM-n- alilc to tak-- onl nnirtr.n -hot-, niaknii; lour, uliil,- Vims .am,- llir.Mi-li lliirk linir: ( oiirli .v„t,. Slllitll. I ' rnill. liamlxr.. IIii.iiI|m :U,I K.,11: I ' lirlill. ii l T«.n. Walkiii-.. Corih. I ' nik.v. I{Im ' . ' «. «..» l....r.-. Mailir. IVrK.i,...ii. D.fTkr. K..,i,r. (nun l,nn, l „„ H.l.l,, H. ,,„!,. IMmI|h,ii. Sm„|.-..„. I,„|,I,%. I, llll.lr. H.„lr„. ..lr. s| ,. ll..t.l. ' X. III,.. II.IIIU I I M..IIIV. 11.11. Ix. II. ' I, .,M. W In Vl lliiji point began a losiiig streak ulii -li lasted tliroiifili lour games. The passing of (Morge X asliinglon. beautiful to watch, combined with frequent fouling by the (;ra I)o Ied no good for the outcome. In the Georgetown game, the visitors ' rre(|uiiii hits from the l)ack court, aided and abetted by Army ' s bad passing and rni-sed free throws, nullified the greatly improved rebound work of White. Murphv. and Simpson. It was only the Cadets ' excellent defense that held Penn State, lop team of the Kast. to an eight-point victory. The weakness in foul shots turned up again in the Dartmouth game, and we lost the fourth straight in spite of the 2r points accunudated by Rebh and Philpott joint l . The spell was finall broken on February 4th when Arm beat Penns lvania HI-,? I. lute and Philpott tallied a total of 20 points, with the outstanding aid of Murphy and Simpson on the rebounds. On the defense, the fiery midget. Rebh, was a bidwark with which to reckon. SK. SOX LT. I. I.4RV (fHM ( ,.r ' " :n,. In, " ' " nrn,. »: I.AFWETTH 12 10 W Ksr iK,;iNrv ■.i( COIIMI.H 2:5 l.i .loMSS lln,.K,N ' , 32 (;E.)K.;K W XSMINC.TON l.i 11 1U M.XM .{2 32 (;eoki;et «n 11 I ' t HKonN 12 2t, I ' knn Stvtk il 1( IIVKA VKI. .if! W, DvllTMOlTll 17 .- : Wm.i.hms . ' ((. Id I ' KNNMM VMX .il Mi I ' m-i.. K,.ii 2;; .!(. ' " " r v _ .!! lall. liiM I. am Iruin I ' linrc-I, .la--x Ni ilnr. . l iruiiiiM. «l„, Tin- -aiiic Iniii In ihr halaiMv ur m.I -.. riul.A llic l..». . I ,,r ll uliicli ua- illr.-il. ' .l t,,uanl a rii; lall ,vi.„r till- MM!.. I ' ll. I ' M-.laM an.l Iri-M .oi, u,n- ,,ii hainl Imi MaiNlaiul. a lall. la-l -Ipnakin;: h l r. ' n . ' . Mraiiuliil. ' It. ' l.h. I ' lnl| arniralr !..... hii ' : i.ul riin i uuk ,.ur iiwaMir. ' :.I-.H(.. rulluur.l 1,n an..lt..T .ni|.li-lM-,l Ihc-ani.- Irlc-k I.. iIm- I mm.- nf .-.T- 10. .,M -,■ .„ .•,,nM-,uInr u ' an,.- a i.« l,r.- (mt- N.r af;air laM. ' .i .1. I.al in |Ih h,.in.- Mr.-l.h .,■■■ ul 111. ' aNN (l.r.al ul la l v rar. !• i.-l In ua- hi. ' kl. ' " .I..I,,,. Ilupkirw. I.M ' l. K..-l.-r l.nl -hour,] |,l, ' MlV ol |M ' ,,. . ' M NHllMl «a. uln. ' h rrllllllt:lx roiiM llol .olv. ' ill. ' Vl ' MIV an.l Maltrv uil li ai i .— -i .• Il.».r «..rk ami ils Iroiibl llir Briiii gaining! flevenai Tlr |«rlicip niiv If The J fan lif a »liil, l ' ., ,-. Brown pla Ml the host on Fehriiar 21st. Init had to accept a 49-42 defeat for its troid)le. It was Arm " s " ame all tlu ' wa . for. as a matter of fact, fourteen of till- Hriiin ' s |)iiitil cainc in llic last tuo miinilfs «li ' ii tin- Cad ' t suhstiliites were gaiiiiiij; suiiic nciMlcd i [»Tii-fUf. High scorers «ere Murj»h and Philpott. with eleven anil l ciil points respectively. I p at (lamhridge. llar ard paraded a quintet of onng giants — average height, si -fe.-l-foi.r mlN lo have ll.crn .l.leal.Ml l. a secmingl unhcatahle West Point iiindiinalion. vsliicli llii linn- iticludeil hcnson. With onl one (la of rest inter- Ncning. Ihr rniN -.pia.l d.tral.d W illiarn, in ill.- Fi.ld I loose l. a score of 57-36. Till- «(inl " xpiad " is nsi ' d ad isedl . since a new liifrli of l«cnl -one rin players |iarlicipaliil in llic game. This was also a record in lolal points scori-d hv an AriUN team. TIk- game willi Pill liingh. pla rd on llic foll.iwing Salnrdax. is anollicr which can l»e accredited in large measure to the excellence of the Iide " s defense. Mean- while Murphy. Rehh. and Philpott rolled up a score of ' M lo the visitors ' 28. 4 IV - ) The gaiiif lo 111(1 all ;:aiiic,-. to which Vfadison Square Garden has seen no superior. ua the um- wiih Nav , pla i(l ill the liflil lloiisr lirfore the winter ' s bio: rest erowd. It uas iiip-anil-liirk all the uav tlir...i-l.. Hill, 111,- li,Mni,in,ii -houiiif: a sli :ht .-dg.- in |.oli li. W lial ill.- (:a,i.-l la.-k,-,l in llii ,l,-|.art- iiiriil. lioui-M-r. lli, ' nia,l ' ii|i in (in- an l (Ictcrinination. Mm-ii iIk- t ' aiiicil Mariiail,- liiil Hll ik. n h -aii t ' d some disr-oinl ' orl on the frridiron. was iiiiahle to stave off defeat in the final sei-oiids when Jamie i ' hilpott. with a beautiful a i t 1) (!a|itain l- ni,- White, put in the wiiiiiini: p,)iiits. t this lime the e ,it,-ment. which had h - -n iiiountinf. ' t,-adil . r,a,li,-,l tin- point n lii-n- it ua- all hut iinliearalii,-. Il i- inler --tin : lo note thai tin- halftinn- ,-, r.- of :2 1 -I ' O was an ai-,-urat,- fori-,a l of tin- oiileomc. : .: . Tli,- r -j:iilars wen- ai,l,-,l in ihi- -am.- I.n |-.-r russ..n. I ' artitl. ami Whitlow. ' I ' l,ii .n,l,-,la.i„-,-,-»f„|s,-aM.i, iiiark.-,ll.x l.-n w in an.l ix lo-,-. Whit,-. Murphv. MaflrN. ler u- oii. K..sl,-r. I{i,-.-. ami l),-ffk,- lia -• s,-,-ii a,-li,m for ill,- la t lini,-. In pil,- ofllii-. liow,- ,r. .in ,- ,-,ll,-nl mi,l.-ii is 1,-11 for 111.- ,-,.nmi- N,ar. It inav w,-ll ! .- .■xp,-,t,-.l that C.a.h Duhli l.-nl will l.mM In- n,-M I, -am ar.Min.l Caplaiii-,-!,-,! |{,-Mi. I liilp, ll. ami Simpson, to sa ii. thin . ' . f ill.- p. l.-iilialil i.-- , i liiti,,w. Henson. I ' arlltl. Ilar.lv. an,l a .lassN a- ' n-fratioi. from the pleh.- s.pia.l. -, .- , „,! v.v, „ ; ,.• „l,Ui,n W m.H. fV,,„ l DlMOM) i :xriN p is 42 ( tnci- rolliiiL ' . llnri- wa:- rii -l( |p|.iiif; lr. I )iiiii ?i r- rciiciiii: liain. iimrroll.- ' iali- I ml. Regular season (jliiiax ua- 111.- I ' .iita;:..rial 1.-,|. i[i «IimIi rrin il.l.alr,! a . al. ' . I ' riii.-.i..ii. ami Harvard. Itotli ImlixhIiialU an. I .-..ll.-.lis .In . I ' ll.- (;ra M.n ' lr..|.liv L.r llic llir.-.-u.a|...ri .■liam|M..ri-lM|. an. I ill. ' I)n.ll.- |{|..- .lm In.i.liv r..r -al.r.- l.-arn .■|iam|.l..n lii|. «.r.- llin nlnrn.-.i I.. W ol I ' .iliil. Slaluarl- ..I ill. loiU l.-am «.n- Caplani n.l W .l ' .l. I ' rM.r. an. I Can.lianl. ( ail l.-iilH-r .r ami Cainlli.r- .•..n-i-l.-nl Iv han.il.d 111.- .-iM-.- 1.. -...mI a.lNanla-.- Tii.- lu i.-.--.l,l.-al.-.l -al.r.- l.-am HMl,-h.r. I ' a .iak. ami Ki.liar.l u..n ::: ,,f 111.- :U. Im.iiI- ni 111.- r.-nlaii..nal l.-.l ami «a a 1.1;; .-..nl ril.nl. .r h. ih.- Mi.-.-.- -lnl M-a ..n. Hark Row: Butcher. ii- (lrf|)oiil, Kichards. Hall. (Faiidiani. l ' i «oi -: Chalfiel.l. I. inn. f aaen. Tavlor, Miuuh. .l.sler. Prior, Mr. I)i- ■nond. I ' nmt ' How: Carudnr . Oittenberger, Wt-ifit-l. ( ' .iimpston, Pasiaek. SEASON SUM3IARV .4rmx Oppiint ' itts Army Opponrnls 1.3 CORM-II. Fk... T 11 Navy . " )() 1 2 H Salle Santei.li Vale (Pen.apo Feb. 11 16 (,4 ' ., Princeton lal) Feb. 28 .S2 ' o 16 " , COLI MBlA F- " - l« l » ' 2 IKrvvk,, l( I.S N.V.I . Fefi. 21 U 1(, St. .Johns IVH. II II TTKNHEKCER orKi :v l!M2 m LOSS of iiiariN vftcrans of last ear ' s team and a rostlx plague of injuries niarkeil a ro(k course for a lighting rni liocke team which gained needed e [ierieiice as the season progressed. The lone victorx of the season came in the climatic game uilh the Roval MiHtary College, (laptain " llone " " Tate, one of oin- flashiest skaters in ears, and Sid Petennan accounted for three goals t gi e the team a ell-deserved win over the sporting Canadian rivals. (;ar in. Ka . Kin " , and Davis liel.l the Canadian offense in click in one of the most thrilling encounters ' v er witnessed in tli An optiniisti ' forecast for the next three ears is prcd a fine plehc scpiad. The pleh -s amass.-.l a total of 17 wi with ica lini. ' nrcp ili )iil learns in lh - Kast. atcli us ne ■al rink. d l. the re.-..rd of out of l« c.mt.-sls f ' jiliiiii! ihr Ciiniidiiin KESTLIXCi lfM2 1 ll llllill IIkNM;— .KK. ( .1,111 ll lMMKl rmy SK. »«0 ««l l IAItV (),,,, ini ' iils ) ColiNKI 1. IVN. Ill I ' l 11 ( ! l.l Ml!) ivN. i: !i 28 Si-ui (;ni:i.n .l N. 1 II H S |{ 1 SK .l N. .51 ll 1 vi.i; i-i... : II lu llMiV MU) 1- iii. 1 1 (1 I.M irr i; III). Ill ll 11. i::i :? TlifAi jaicte. tictoriou: isiost ( ' I ' lic Viiiix Nr. ' sll t came ll iii : lliroiigli a sihcilnlc ul ' cl.Taii Icaiiis lo uiii fivi of llicir cifilil iiial lu . I. ir siniiini; nialili was ilt ' cisivf. and in two of llicsc. i " fr Ariii wrestler was i(l..riou . On the otli.T liaii.l. t No of llie three loss.-s were close luatehes. The individual l.outs against Cornell were lost h one or two points, anil in the ale match a single decision could have swung the balance of the linal outcome. A neu inlerest was created in the gra[ [)ling sport this ear through llie comhined enthusiasm of the sipiad. and energetic work of Coach [)pleton. Captain ,|oe llennessce turned in fine |icrfortnanci in the hea weight di ision, while captain-elect Jimnn Charigaris won all hut one of his liouts. hoi) I ' ishel. a former Kocky Mountain Champion, could alwaxs he counted on for a -oIorful how. and the earlings Ingwersen and Blatt were almost sure winners. Biickner and He an did tine work in their respective weights, and a newcomer. Iluddleslon. held down the ' - I. i-c|il for Heiinessee, who is graduating, and Fishel. who will he ineligible, the squad wi remain intact next season. Coming up will be some exrelleni reserves as well as some fine prospeil from the Class of " I. ' ,, all of which augurs well for the coming . ' ar. hv lackirif. ' a :r-IT .1. Cut ..n la l .-ar " - liit.r( .llif. ' ial. ' .liai Iroiii ' l ' iiii|ili-. ( !i 111 I inning lln-lr -imxitli I ' orin and riiiorim- rcnili :..a.li ' l ' ..n. Malonex ' smenolrliMlunan.l rriii. k Ir.-Mii. .-,1 IVin-. I 1-1.5 liclurc liaving to a «-|.l a li - uilli I ' .-nii Slat.-. I In- .I.I,-; ll„- x.ar ua- r.-.-..r,l.-.l u■u lli.- Mi.l.li.- .an-lil r.nN l.a.n ..IT- lri.l. ' an. I .ai.tiin-.l a llirillliij: 31- :5 .-..i.l.M. ' I ' ll.- M-as.iiiV [Miiiits % T.- .li lrilml.il . .r all .x.iil : Cap V allx Frank. Il.ifrli.-. an. I KImtI.- u.r.- .■..n i l.-nt Ni.Mi.r- th.ir -|MMialili.--. ul.il.- lal .n.-N. alkiri . l..aN.- . an. I Mar- .-..nlrihul.-.l a - IK |,..rll.... n( lli,- |M,int n,-.-,-»arv 1. CaiiUiin Fr nk, (jiacb Mmunki H.i.k K..I.. Sluii . IVII- .r. ll.ill.-..l:.-.-k. Ki..:;).-. r...,-. l.-(;n- ,.r. III.-. l.-;.,.-. Jm, «,.... K.-rr. .-,rl. iilki....Mi.rli,.llax,l. 1., I, ,.,.- . H.- ........ ,,„„ ■ ;,„ ' ( .,,...„.. I Km-. W.ilkii,. l.ir- WIMMIXii If»l2 rm ' s r.Tor.l ihis Nrar |.raks lur it-.U. I ' itl,-,l af;ain t ll..- Mr..n-.-t l.arn in iIm- .a-l. ll..- Ca.l.t uunin.r- «,.„ :. I..-I 1 . III. ' I..». r,■,■ U, I ' li.i.-.loii an.l nU: l.a.l.rs ..I ill.- i;a trrn I Til.n-..ll.j;ialr Suinuiiin- l..-airur. CapUut. I rank S.uli.l.l ua- Ir. ran- l.-rrn llrl. x.ar. I. .-in;. ' ..nix ..n.- (illx-xar-.l la.-.-. II.- «a al.lx .-,-..n.l.-.l l. Criss (;a|ilarn-.l.-.-l. »lr.. L-l l.nl " .n.- lln an.l .-! a n.-u .-a,l.-nix r-.-...r-.l l.-r ill.- .-x.ril in lli.- Hn.xMi ni.-.-l. Cr.x.miuisI lik.-ur-.- I.i-I l.nl ..rr.-.- in ill.- JO(l. ar.l l. .■a l -In.k.-. lui..- lial l.-r■in ' .a.l.-ni r.-.-.ir-.U. 1 1. .Mr.--.-. .Ian.l .nl .liv.T wa- I..-1 l. a rnr.l- .a ..ri .ar- injurs. Tli.- .-l.- .-n-x .-ar-..l.l. ITiU-Nar.! X.a.l.riiN iia.k-lr..k.- r.-.-..i-.l ua- lir..k.-ri n W rl.-..n in lli.- l ' .rin-. l ariia rn.-.I. I illirrL- .liriiax «a- lli.- i -l..i- ' ' r Naw al rlna|...li . « li.T.- lli.- iii.-.ll.- r.lax t.ani -.1 a .i,-» , a.l.iiix r.-...! ' . ,,i:i:()_M. Il .n..r- u.-i ' .- .Ii i.l.-.i ain..n - ( :l•i-. . S. .li.-I.l. ( ;r....ii.iniM . l.-.n Clax. and W iU..n. In lli.- Ira. lil i.. rial .lir.kin; „nh.- .nana;:.-,-, liak.r-. .1. l. Inl Hh- ual.-r-..nlv a ,,lrl .-.-..n.l alr.a.i „l ( :.,a.l, N,ll. 1,|.- ,-,-Mr-x.- liii- v.-ar- uii.. uill li.l|. n.-M -..aM.n u.-n- I l.-;. ' .-iilM-r ' .-r-. lanx-x. an.l I ' llU. Kx.ri l.i;:-.-r lliirif. ' nia tt.-ll I..- .-xjM-.-l.-.l ..I ( :ris . ( :r....n.nnsl. an.l W ils..n. w v tl-l 1 1 1 fl m til Mr (.» , linn: Coa.li J,,.- Mil. Iruig, ..,„l. Spilmaii, ll -;:riil.,-rj;.T. ll.-.l.T- I.M,„. |{„„,l,.|. (;i,«ml,li,H, l,.il .. i ' ml K.m: Hnin.r. ( :..lliHl.T. Miil.ln.w. (;al.«.„,,l. ri«l..ii, lloii;;li, llofTmaii. Inml l „„: n,,,, ;. I ' iim. ( .hn . 1... yu . Irmy 1.1 ( ORNKl.L SIMMARV Jan. 17 (), l 30 K) Springkiki.d JVN. 21 3.T il() F ' mNCKTON .IVN. 31 1») 13 VUK Fkb. 7 ()2 11 Pknnsmn m Feb. II 31 11 II ( loll MIU II l! KI Fkb. Fkh. 18 23 31 3 1 ' ' - l?U..UN Fi:n. 28 23 " 1vu. 31 l ,l,l l-lir il.lialll. OLO l!» 11-12 Till -riiiN., ..I I ' MI r..un.l Vn.ln, . (!.■ S.ui--Mrr. (;,•,„-,■ lin.un. ami W alk.r ..n I li,- ..ul.lo,,,- |,.,|,, .|,k..I. W.I u,al h,r k.|,l lav. I ' liM-.. II u..- uill, ..iiIn a Iru ,lav-. (,l o„iM,lr u,.rk llial llii . ' unilMMah.m iii. ' l al.-. ll.r ,|r,,|,|„ii llii- ,,iir. ihrv raiii.- l.a.k h .l. ' Iral llaivar.l ipiih ' IkiikIiIx. air ua a ain a ihlin ' l,l,„k fur Ihr i-.M II, I. I- III IJM- liil.r.-.,llri;ial.-. In ..|MMii,o Ihr iinl ■ -ra-.m an iinlnr,! ham iiraiK ,1, kah-.l Ihr n-ii..uMr,| 1 ' ,-aMi- I ' d.. ( hih. I ,■.! hv ( a|,laiii lark D.aiir. uilh WiihaiM- ami Halm allcrnatm al iiiiml.rr luo. ami I ' lm MniNMi al l.ai k. ihr h am .li.l x.in .s.W r.MiM.l.rm- llial il hail hail ou inlrnolli ' gialc cxiHiirncc. Malclus Nitli aU ' wert " ■sis. lor llic- final ilisa|)|iiiiril rncnt was our loss iciTollcgiati ' s. Collec- li .-l . Ill,- icannNork of llic nn s.|nail uas h.ll.r than it had JH ' cii ill M ' ars. and Dcanr pmxcd a Iradillonallv caiialdc captain. ! iEAS » SI .M I. «V II M K llvlt H I ' HIN.K. i Sphim, I ' MI WlNTKH I ' HJ 1v HI Ui IT " ' l.i 10 ■S M K IVN. 2 IJ ' 1 I ' UIN,,. ,.N . xs. :!i I ' KI! I 1 r- l(. I-.M ( . I ' KK. ::i 367 I ,.,nl l „„: IV,lr„. Walkrr. ll.ri. Clav. I ' . «.. Slra.l.n.in. lalun. |{ ' lOXIXO :„i„„rrv, MH . ;„ lnii SI-:. HO SI 3I IAIIV fV ' " " " " ' 1 ' ■ W K-l IKC.IMV 6 ' ., ( : . -.r Cl Mil. M.I M-i 1 1 . 6 Itl 1 KMI 1. 2 1 1 .. Sm.v. isi: ■ ' ' .• .-. 1 -1 1 UN l u 1 Mi :! (. 1 .. ,.,....„ ' B HB I I SI,;.,, for ,lw n.ary. iml.l. EAGER to earn a Itcrlli on llii ' rnn Imvinf; team, an unusnalK larfrc luinilx-r of polontial sluggers ans (TiMl ( iuacli hills ( !a aiiangli ' s liirnoiil call in DcceinlMT. W hen a series of " I?I m)(I Twesdays " (a la Cavanaugh) had determined ihe liiie-ii| . llii- i)iil new cuiin is were earlings Pence and F iirdette in the 115 and iinliiniled weights respeeli el . i ' lie season opened wilh a 1 ' j-.? ' -i win over a tough est irginia outfit: Peden and (!a|ilain I ' rank (.la . living up to | re-s ason expectations, disposed of their men in short order. Then followed clean-cut victories over the Coast Guar.l Vcademy and Hucknell. with P,-,l.n xoriiig his lliird eonxcul i e K.O. in the liUt.r l.outs. Last . ar " s Intercollegiate (ihaniiis. Svracusc. next fell ictini to the Arin " s vicious onslaught h a score of I ' . ' -3 ' j. This contest proved the potency of the Army team and prospects appean-d hright for an undefeated season. The scrappers took WCstern Iar land in stridi-. .1-3. and keeping alwa s on the ol ' fensive. puncluv () ' ■ -! I , ictor over Penn State. Throughout llir ;i-i.ii iIk iin |iMmli.r farmil ncojinilion fur lluir aggres- siveness — a riinrlaiiHiilal ol tin- ( ' ax aiiauj:li .-l ' iii of attack. Bob I ' fili-u was far sii[ierior in his class. inning e cr l)out with a decisive K.O. and garnering Army ' s onl title at the Intcrcollcfriate tiic.t-. ' I ' lie pouerful ( laptain Clay won four hoiits an. I aiiicl a drau in hl other, ulill,- Mini. |{i|,|M-,i. Diijancx . lalun. I!laii het te. ami Biinlette were consistent winners. The- la l that tin- team failed to ilomiiiate the liilereollegiates detracted little from their [perfect reeonl for the ■a.-o[l. (»id thre.- men «ill he lost this .-ar: ChiN. Mien, and Lahm lia e hiirif; up their •.do , ' - and their |.re iiee in the ritifr will he sorely mis.sed x lieM next season arrives. Neverlhclcss. considering privion coaching records. it " s a snre het that Coach Cavanangh and Captain-elect I ' eden will head another winning aggrega- II -tarts elaniiiiiir airain. 4 liiri ' iN :!Ti 1 111 F( l,» y 13 ' ! Pi riir I IIKIX kMOKTO (Mplain ISE Hack Ro,v: Huaii. Klio.les. Jones. W ardell. W inliel.l. liuly. Vrnislr.ing, l.loyd, Christy, Cole. 2nd Ron-: Grace, N atson, Snavelly, Siisank, Hannel, Saul, McCanna, Jackson, Morgan, Kolb, Madison, Front Row: Stewart, Beightler, Major Jewett, Wise, Josephson, Major Throckmorton, Wehrle, Baer. SEASON SI MMAKl 1 Army Opponenis 1 1384 kw York Lmveksitv 13( l 1381 I ' OKIIIIWI 1286 , 1384 Yalk 1330 1392 Pknn State College 1370 1397 M. I. T. 1358 1390 Navy 1362 139o (fEOKC.E W vsiiim.ton 1337 H H IFLE Combining consistency with a wealtli of natural ability, the 1942 Rifle Team pasted a perfect record in the score books, thereby establishing West Point ' s rightful supremacy in the truly " old Army game. " The season opened with a 1384-1361 win over N.Y.U.. initiating a victory string of successes over Fordham, Yale. Penn State, M.I.T., Navy, and George Washington. Beightler cracked the Academy individual record and teamed with Wise, Wehrle, Baer, Watson, Hainmel, and capable reserves to wreak general havoc with the bidl ' s-eye. Thus was in- scribed a proud record and a fitting tribute to the guidance of the congenial Majors Jewett and Throckmorton. Back Rmv: Captain Sparrow. Jones, Lat- son, Greene, Lacy, Schwartz, Mine, Davig, Major Vickrev. hruiil Kn„: Cornell. ON.-al. Sinilli. (;. C, llar.la«av. Kol.l.iii,. (laMi . SifTord. Biirn.tl.-. 1,1 ft f,f t,f : ' IS. ,5,, igt. 194 ifl IS. ' I ' Im ' |.i lul I. Mill. ' ;i|.Miiircl I.N lirn llanl iuav. fiili.lM ' ,1 nnIiIi nnlahlr n-.oni of ,i;;lil,,ii v irh.ilr, an.l 1 «., .1. Iral- in il- till. •■|...-lal " an. I -ix ■■-l,..nM.i-h,-lioiil,l,T " iiial-li,-. lllH.uf;li I I.IT ' I an, I (,ri.r Sinilir- ill.li N i.liial .-oit ui ' V,. lo Ihr la-l.llir lir-i Mial.l, a;;aiii l NaNs .■n,i. ' ,l «ill inalrl,, ' .. (H ll,,- -rxm l.l h-riiirn lor liii- vrar [•„■„, tlic iiurlrii. lur anollirr NMMiiiii Vnin I ami. iMi.li. ' .l Ihr Million rn.v- aNN .ill niiiain l ISTOL lfM2 Inns 1:5:. 1 I .{,■{_ ' I : x in I .SI :. M» SI I IAIIV Si. Hon v i:mi hi-; I- i it. llMnMin I ' lH. I CnUMIl l-iit. M.l.r. |-|.ii. 2.H VV1 i||„n- M VII " " ' ' I ri%ITIES i 3: UATEMALA ... The Escuela Militc has been an acti shall live In freedc EXICO . . . Shells from superior powdered - " - - ' " - ■— " " pmHHHI through the smoke fought against tht of honor, country, and db EKuelo Milit - high i f - ' K..f:u-..li. Siu.l.T. rker. Smill,. |{. I.. W.xl.l. J. N.. Kennedy. Hinkl.-. Oannon. Luhni. Four years ago, soiiu ' linn ' diirinf; ilia I Ills I liicil liul iiioiilli of .)iil . as |iIiIms uc wen- iiilnMliiri ' d to 111.- Honor Cod.- In wlii.li. uc u.ic I. .Id. all cad.ls fr.iMiii lliiir lli .iif;lil. s|Mr.li. and actions. W ■ ol NNlii.il th.N s.-.-.n.d so |,r..ii.l. I mil Mid.lcnlN nnun l.a.k llicir ii , ..nr niii.iiilMTs jiisl nnIici. il aMi " l ihrir Honor (lode aii lonj. ' rr. Iml il Nas ours, lor i- had luroiiic- |.arl d llic Honor S sli-m. and il had hccomc [ arl ol ' iis. siiii|.lc -N.l.n. NNilh hill on.- hasi.- nil.-. il„- Honor Code of llir ( iorps sIri.llN n iiiiivs llial .-M-ry Ihoii-rhl. Nord. and dc.d of a .ad. I h. ' ahl.- I.i ..[mhIn fa.c lli. ' .ni.slions: " Was il IioiksT. ' ' Was it slrai ' ihr: ' " Oiir Honor ( i.uiiniill.i- nn llli ils .l.mhli- iliil .d iii lriiilion and .nlorc.incnl. is [ ir iianjian of ih. ' Corps- niosi aluahl.- an. I niosi .ii.rish.-.l poss. ' ssion ils il.Mior. Having ' rv|.a Hl ' ,l r iili iu. isly since its orig Corps nine cars ago. tlie Let lure (ioiiiiniltee iti the foriii of some eighteen ' " after piihlieati llii ' lii ' sl in llir ( ' iilrrlaiiiiiK ' Mt . ndleelurefiel.ls. Ii .- Ironi .a.h l.altalloii and liiianccd l) oli plans its program lo incluil. ' glou.n p.r,od a offered serves as a sliniulanl 1 o passing Ihos,. 1 ri-cogniliun. and well, (irsi ■ II i the old " . I.C:. .organizalioii of the is now famous for bringing to W fst Point )n of orders " sessions on Sunday evenings The commit lee, composed of a represenla- nilary siibseripliun of oflicers and cadets, nd i ' arl spring whrw llie entertainment long gra) da s until graduation, furlough Al.KXANOKH W K UX TT ' ,.• )„ . f ,.,s.i.A O All II OF GOVEIIIVOR$ Howell. Snow. Ilali in. Ilinkle Blaha. Lawler. EBATING SOriETY " To develop the latent ability of cadets to speak in ublic " is the mission of the West Point Debating ■ocietN. That it is accomplishing this mission is shown IV its brilliant record of onl one defeat in its last enty-si inlercollegialc (jei»alcs. Tliis ear under thi- guidatuc i ( l.add. the Societ " s Iresidcnl. and Woodward, ils niaiiagi-r. our debaters ire not oid li ing up lo ihrir rcrord. Iiul arc adding an niporlaiil Icalun- lo lin-ir program. riil new task is to prnig the adein bi lorr llii- publii l) parlicipaling in jollfi ' f forums and radio di liali . Tarzttns — e tradition have given the event, we had our 1941 Camp Illumination. The com- mittee, Guckeyson, Deane, Rienzi, Gayle, and Corley, had worked (the plehes helped too) like Trojans, and despite the handicap of administrating from the wilds of Tobyhanna, the Cavalry Cruise, and other like places, they did wonders. When Camp was opened to visitors after supper that night, we saw the best camp displays we ' ve ever seen. Arabs, peasant girls, cowboys, ghosts, and hula girls roamed the sheet-decorated company streets. Over in " I " Co, Josendale sported a palace-like tent with the Seven Dwarfs and refreshments. House had painstakingly built a faithful replica of Joe Rice ' s and Shimko ' s. Best of all the shows in camp, we like " K " Co ' s laconic reply to " M " Co ' s proud sign: " M Co, the Home of Hinkle and Cobb. " The Home of Indifference merely answered: " This is K Co. and Who in Hell are Hinkle and Cobb? " Over in the gym the show really started. Mai Hallett ' s orchestra played in its ANDBALL CLUB The han.ll.all .l.il. an afliliate „( lli.- " K.-.l ( l.Miiforl.r Squad! " Certainly not! Anyone who thinks so is welcome to try following the little black ball around those four walls. Despite the fact that the authorities original!) wanted to limit it to Corps competition, the fame of the club grew so fast that outside matches were inevitable. This year ' s club, following the traditions set by the (•ade( of ester ears. rang up a string of victories thai is ih Col)li, Thompson, Byrne, Harmeling. .Si. John, luliucci, Hyde, Timothy, Short. QUASH CLUB The shouting and tumult dies, and out of th ' s(piasli courts, dripping with sweat and grinu-. comes the squash team, victorious again. Although they may l K k like a motley Tew at the end of a game, they are red-hot on the coiu-t, meeting and defeating athletic clubs from Schenectad to Ifuboken and back again. Coming up from nowhere four years ago. the club has belted the ball around with such deadly accuracy that eastern athletic circles now regard the Cadets as the squash team to beat. lUlO rLIIK riir railio ' liil Has ri .ritiall r-;:aiii . - l l proNiJc rx-ra.liu a.nal. ' iir-. Mlll a ■■■ran ul .onllrn.in- lli.ir ' lul U■ .■ r.ia.lc lNN..-NNa ra.liu .•..rila.l uilli all Malo I iT I lie I nil HI. anil u illi r.7 roriijifi luiinliio. Tin ' |)Ii-miiI uar lia inrlail.il li.ni n lunlail- l.ul lia- inlru.lu.ril lunslriirliuri work, luilr |irarli i ' ami iiislnul ion. anil llic nsr of short a r rcc ' i crs. ITOMOBILE COiMMITTEE Man of us fail to appreciate the work of the Automobile Coniiiiiltee. Theirs was the joh of con tacting and investigating automobile agencies, and acting solel in an aiKisorx capaiil . I hi! year, more than ever, their objective has been a difliciilt one. and llial llii had lo ans cr ihousand! of questions proves the difficulty of their job. Hinckley, Sifford, Ettlesen, Nickodem, Rolierts, Morgan. Wagner, Clapp, Wright, Foster, Clay, L. D. AIIKT i A PEL riic .S[ iril of West Poiiil is soimlliiiii; iiilan ' iililf and incapaldc of acciiralf ilftliiitioii or adiiji ll( one can iiiohI iifarl i-li what this Siiirit iiu aii8 and how it afTocIs evi-i raih-l hy going to the ( ailct Chapel on an Sunday morning. It i! ht-rc- that lli - Spirit of tht Corps Ib nioHt ki-cniy felt hy all. Thf deep and soU-mn tones of th - (!hap -l Organ, tlw high id -alt and tenets of I ' irun living set furlli hy the heautiful (ladel Prayer, the centnries-old traditions of Duty, Honor, (iountry as sung h the entire (Jorps in the " Alma Mater " and " The (iorps. " the general atniosphtTC of faith, lo alty . friendship, and courage all lend to one a feeling « f strength and security and liriiig one er ■lose to the Spirit of the C (Juiplllill M.TIKII I luriiiaii. l.rilleiil)erger. Brown. Frank. Briigh. Coleman. Cannon, W uJJell, Woodward, Hennessy, Beers, Slaton. 1 1 inkle. Rolierls, Fisken, Scolield. Thin- an- few cadets indeed who do iiol at one lime or aiioflicr I ' litcrlaiii the desire to become a meiulier of either of tlie two (ladel Chapel organizations — the Choir or the Sunday School Teachers Group. To become a member of the Choir is a great honor, for it is said to be the largest and finest aggregation of men ' s voices in the nation: and the lucky cadet who becomes a Sunday School Teacher points Nilh pride to the privilege that lias been accorded him. Our ( r " iiiiisl. Mil. M xvkk. (Ive found at ihe rt ' ctorv from onr pailrcs, Fatlu ' r Miirdixk Ithcr Mix)rc. a twenty -four hour, t veiil -four carat wolconic || l» te with rotk oaiuly and rigarcttt ' s. And hem-ath it all we sren tlir gotMJ that conies from living a life of ( ' onsid Talion It hers. nked with this spiritual atmospiiert- is a i lo»ti kiiil oiguiiiza- of groups and activities. The Choir — some thirty men carr ing I long tradition of choral accompaniment to the fass: the l tes — taking turns at assisting the priests at Mass: the Sunday ix l Teachers -giving instruction to children of the Post: the ers — skillfull) handling the seating of a congregation which somewhat outgrown the little ivy-covered Chapel, ooking hack upon four ears devoted to learning the principles eadership. we know that here we learned the essence of a lership which embraces true humility, tolerance of the weak- les of others, and a quiet tenacity for a straight, unswerving rse in the conduct of our lives. ,OI rO l IITTEE A» he adroitly makes his way across the crowded dan ■ floor, be ciits a striking figure. We may not know who he is. but we do know by his badge of authority, his red sash, that be is a member of the Hop Committee and is present at the hop to see that everything is functioning smoothlv. The Hop Committee, under the guiding hand of the Cadet Recreation Officer, is in complete charge of all hops. It is to them that fall the responsibilities of decorat- ing the gymnasium, of watching the " boodle " lines, and of making arrangements for receiving lines. Th ' arr lli backbone of our Saturday night dancing. Thirty-six in number, these hop managers are elected by their classmates at the beginning of their third class years and ihcy serve for their remaining three years here. Fourth class hop managers are temporarily appointed in each company. The members of the Hop Committee are among the unsung heroes of West Point: for. although they receive little material benefit from their jobs, lhe derive a keen satisfaction from the joy and cnlertainincnl which they brinfi llieir fellow cadets. I II. i..,,„,i. 1 i-.,k. W S M 1 (► i ' . 1 Ml i5 C i w ■ „ il. i- :§■ JC-f « • . i MCl k . 1 fi iL w lfJ J x 3 TM f J W ' t ■. » T , ' ■ .■ " M-- E ' J . oSf k . " : J B ' f JBH ' K i h 1) 14 r feifl W 4. ' : li p» 1 m 1 ' H 1 «■ ' " H M ■ 1 4S V i •H ii 393 IVcNiiliii;; riuiiiN lii iit- i.T .Mi-H.-nt .ril.Ttaimm-iil lor tin- wlinlr (: .r|i . ill.- Cail.l Dane- »nlii-stra lia- rnaiii ' it i ' ir mn ' ol I In ' iiki-I |Mi|iiilar i ' tra-riirri -ular organizations at tli - Viaiiiriix. I ' iilfilling tlu ir mission , till- niiiiilnr- | laM-.l iiol oiiK inr tnarn rrgiijar Satiinlav hops Init also I ' ur ii-a hop- al ' lcr loolliall games an.loM,»-,asionalSun.iax aU-rnuon- al tli. TlKn.r I Im.l. rii.i.- ua an i,np..rlar.l pari in llir liun.ln-.itli Niglil Show, anil I hi- rar lhi- inlroilucfil a nr« a ti it . that ol staging .-wing conccrl- hclon- oica-ional .Satunhn i- i-ning ami . ' unila alli-rrioon -hows. n oulslaniling organization in an roin|ian . ihcdaiicl I Ik ( Ii . Cliili. iirfiaiiized for praclici- and in- lnj(iii)ii III ihai iiiii ji ' iii ;. ' aiiic of kings and warriors, tiin,. , oil. ,,,„,•. K I.MI l,„.ih. Kmtn N.ara .rrirs of l-Miiw.in,MN uillnn .l,r .ImI, ( inl.r-rlass a.i.l inl.-r- laddcil 1 .•..iidiirl.-.l. a- «,|| a coiniiclilions with liH- ' ii ■• ■ m..iv ,, Ill-id,, i.aiii- Mirli as Naw. P.-nn, ...id . l,i,.|„„i .. Ill,- .n.-iid-rs. Iliuii.l, not ;.|«,I.-,.M, ..I l,xan,l.rs. do li.id k.-.ii ni.nlal sli " Md;.li, M ,1 unrol.h.rkand.li.rkn.al.-. HES C LUB KEET CLUB i.Sk..l Clid. ill Ihr last ri jusl provide amusing I ).s|,il,. popular. .|.ii lour .ars has don,- m. sound ilTccls for I ' lirlalion Walk. Growing from a intrc I ' irsi Class privilege in l ' (38 to a large Corps organization, its members lia e smashed elay with JoNOMs aliaiiilon and imiann aeiuraev . inning for ill, ' t:luli luo lliir-ls anil a lirsl in llie Kaslern Inter- eoll,M;iales. a lirsl in llie National Inlercollegiates, and a lirsl li lasl ear ' s graduates in the Grand a al. Ilial is -..o,l ,n.,k,rN .ra.kiug. an. I .v en NNilh.Mil ■Cl.u.k " " an. I ■■|:ini,r " lli.ir lulur. ' looks HIII T.MAJ LEAVE Countless sinkoids preceded Christmas Leave this year. With the approach of the Navy Game our hopes soared in anticipalion of twelve days leave as a just reward for de- feating Navy, hut all seemed lost at that second Navy t()iich lown — and sadness became universal in the thought of onlv nine davs leave. But in the shadow of defeat the Supe responded magnificently, granting us those |)recious extra days. Twelve days of Paradise — a gift from the gods! For those urn- t«ihf days — and nights — of beautiful fcnuiics. grand parlii-s. soft iiiu ic. and the O. t.O. That l ' anla li(• dream ol acliialh licing al home ht ' canie a Ir.alilN. ' f z MV.H I LI IK 1 Th- ,,n., tin- | rlnlin liMM " . I Im- III.- Ca.ii.r;. ( :inl. I.a r.-s.-ml.l.-.l rl..s,lx iliiri-: thai i . riilai ;:ifi ' . (Ii cloiiitij:. anil I- fixr.l il- n|PMlalic.n a orii- ol tin- iiio-l al Ihr Mililarv .acl.t.i . to CiiUum Hall, thence to the North Gym. Here, by drawing freely upon the combined talents of the Corps for its stage crews, managers, scri[)t writers, directors, and actors, the society is able to present three plays each academic ear, including the famous 100th Night Show. ' PrroBKH 12, I ' Ml, niarkrti the advent of uiuitlied tiiiidcrV I)av. a day lfsigiia1c l as such iii commemoration of tiie foii llie year 1824. The pro rram, as rememhered by the cadets and post lainnient. presented in Broadway style from the mast -r of ceremoniQ gram ' not mly served as an aflern M n of entertainment hut also gav theatrical taste and to realize what was actually hap|M-ning on Itroadl Acting in close coo[MTation with the Kecreation Ofllicers and the P ahle to contact entertainment agencies which supplied tlie hest of the i ties as Hennv ( oodnian and his orchestra. Miss Dixie Dunhar. Harry fl and the entire show from Hen Vlardi ' nV Kiviera. The outstanding featti pianists. Mr. and Mrs. I.evine. Mr. Ted Kriend. the |H ' rf) ' cl master of cast anil his services next eur. To him. the ( !orps is particularlv gralefi i Dial.Tlic {.•.l ,M ami Ihr II, ,,, ,■» ,., , „ , ., , U ,». an.l Ihr .Ml] u .| Stores. ris M-rin ' . ' I., tlic .rics ol ' " iitli(.r: ullior: ' wrvr liKo .|osr|.l.s..n. ail. I W .....Isuii. ; riii ar all «a- on a ■:iaiiilio c -call ' iiiii-ii-. r.ri-iii-r . cosHiine j laii-hr. and iIm- (laiicin- .hon,.. lo., inuri, .n-.lil -annol 1m- -iv.M !■ Woo.Im... Ioi- Iu nmn.iou- .onl nJMil i. n- I., llir -houV nui-i,-. Hi- - inir -oiij: ol ■•SI,i t;oi(l Uliio " ,-..iiim.iiioial.-,l llw lon •;iaN Ini.- o I l.l.l. loiaii. an.l Caulliorn. Hill S.il.il- •I ' oinl.r- lanLnl " a | liaiinoiii .r.l l. tin- (iiiiiU.ltr ol S.il.il. (wis!.-. Miin.li. Ila .n. and .Iak I cuis. «as a I ' l-aliin- hit of tin- i . ' Josrndair and his lads with thrir realistic settings made ms feci swell of liu ' seas on ihe S. S. I ' nnaiminio, the vividness of Rio dc N- Imruhio. an.l the eal.aret toi.rli at the Siesta CInli. i Miiii:i»Tii mipIit show 403 ' Ilwl,.„!i,„„l .I...,! nl uimw. niml.h. VUr . ,,-hMn.- .aril. ' In..., .. N.u 1 ...k -.h,.N . ; h.N u.n- ,.i..M t.l.l..,,;; ;„ uu... I, ll„- .l.h.al.- l,-.....!.- ..I .. -;..■ a. 1. 1 ll.r .I;....-...;; .I....-,.,. I ' .r ■.. ll..- I,-,.,....-, .-t lli.- .1..... ...i; .I,,,,-,., ,a I...... ll.al .la-. ..I ,a,l.l- .■.•i..l.K k. ...... a- ■•...i,rk..i,l-- a,. J III. ' .lai..lN -l.ui.l.lr.- a... I a....- :. i..r,.l,.m I.m- ..Im..!. a I, ili, .(■.■! a.., I I,... ( :..l.li rvr -i l.l- Ic, iM ' l.nM. 1,111. 1. «.•.■■■ ...a.iv. «l,ilr I.I.J •{■...I. Hi... , a- ■•T...... an. I l I1...U., a- -Ma.x- l....k.-.l Ilk.- a ll.-..a.luaN ........In Inilll. Hirn i ll....,.-.l III.- Im.ii-.- »illi In- lak.- -.11 .... ih.- I ' all Mall a.iv .-.-l i-.-in.i.l . I!.-.,nm. a-|. ..■».-.! hi- liiii.....-...i III.- -Ii..u .-ii.l.-.l .,1. a lii " li ....I.- Hilh iiiilia.lili..,ial • I ill v - 1 ..iir Dav- III Max. " e: ili k lor iho c (illicit ulio lia c in tlu-ir hearts a love olimisir liii li il.iriaiids Mxal expression, the (Jlee Cliil) serves a(lrniral»l . Having been a reeognized i ' lia-(iirrieiilar organization for the past seven iars. ihe (Mee ( liil) has risen in importance nntil il iiiiu has a inenil)ership ora|)pri) iniatel seventv eadels. No less than reniarkahle is the (pialitv of the harnionN suiifr h the eadels of the eh.h. espeeiallv «h.n on.- realizes that the (;i.e Cluh is a purely voluntary organization. eondu( led ex- clusively by cadets. Concerts jiiven h this organization throughout the vear are alwavs well received bv cadets, and i)articularly outstanding is its participation in tiie annual Hundredth Night Shows. Noticeable among the " buck-ups " instituted l) ilic class l 1:2 wlicti llii (am.- into |i iu,i sas iliai of the (nn- cert Orchestra. After having reached the lowest ebb of its oulhful existence in 14K).H. the orchestra this vear blossomed forth with new vigor, vitality, music, and members under " Martinet ' " Vlartell, the new conductor. Among the new members attracted to the organization were members of the dance orchestra, who displayed Dr. Jekyl-Mr. Hyde complexes in rendering the classics fully as well as they beat out danc ' rhythms at the hops. It would seem that the sli) " fan of the (Concert ( )r(hestra was " " Bach ' to the classics. " mma IM...l..;;ra|.hs. InMoriral .lata, paiiuin-s. a.nl arl u..rk u,nsuj.|,l,.,l In-.lv ami na.lilv I,n I Im- a.a,l.fin, . I., .■.„,- -iilialiri llic (lata lor | iil li ' ali(iii r uiic lurlimalc to secure the services ol (ileti II. Tliotiias. iiDled mericaii [minlcr. Mis as llie task l ile|iicl in color llic |(iril of each ol our l«enl Sislcr Kcpuhli.s. His achiev enieuls a.lorn ihis puhlicalioii. B.iwliii. (:iierl)ak. Teller, McGalhan. Rhodes. llarJv, Catlin, Smith, R. N. ..„ L.tilur-. RltlN(.IHM VNt. Ric realization comes rusiiing over us i and toil of men from many walks of life. By right then, our theme embraces the ideals, the spirit, and the purpose of many peoples — the breath of the Pan-American Union. War has stirred the world from pole to pole: it has served to strengthen the bonds which unite peoples of a common belief. If our efforts can portray just a suggestion, a mere inkling of this tremendous feeling of comradeship, we have accomplished our mission. As we fold our books, tuck away our cameras, and place our Howitzer along side of its predecessors we feel that it has added a living note — a note of faith in our democracies, of promise for the future of our ideals, and a challenge to the tyrants who stalk the world. If this publication can add one iota of strength to the bond of Pan-Americranism, then our reward is said in two words — " well donel " First Class Sivkk m ( umim Represent th Ks Ailn.. i;ill-. C vin. Smiley, l.arnod. Kan.-, r.ll. C nnperhinise. Bj-eson. Koscll. l.,M)iiR(:LAss Assistants -Aaron, Milcholl. l;it li. (. Harris, ' ebsler, llogan, Cumberpalch, Meadi-, l.ii«r Thomas, Lulher, Hall, Farnsworth. issues that louml liicir way to more |)f(.|(if than cmi- hi-lun-. lor U U- the cartoons and the liunior held tiicir apprec-ialed places the sports and |(ii )tograph sections remained the best in their (lass. More than ever did the PoinU-r of " I I - " 12 uphold its designa- ti in as " The official publication of the Corps of Cadets, " for it interested, amused, and instructed the Corps In being the mirror ill which at least a part of the long, gray line saw a worthy carica- ture of itself. Again to The Corps and for The (lorjis came a |iart of The Corps, the Pointer. Bi(;i.E NoTKs Staff vn Assistants— I); llarlman. (;..,,. Atwo Hl. Ballunl. T..1I,. 1 - O - A5«i! HI. STORY _ PAINTAMA SULTRY Jl i.Y 1st — furlos coca- cola, skagV and feinines — World X ar II with its Pearl Harbor — skifes removed by Soutb American fjenerals — Fort BenningNand bleachers, Hancock and mosquitoes — the new rings — he realization that we were a class des- ned for battle. Yes, these are all parts of our history. Here is their story iit. pictures. y but p ded by th( Canal. This nation aditions of bravery and loyalty that ha traditions of the ancient Incas. Its life-blood was nourished on the battlefields of Tacna and Te Its existence was destroyed by a voice asks: " Do you promise, at the sacrifice to defend the Constitution and the Laws . . gs suspended Militar. ENEZUELA ... A band is softly playing the hymn of the Escuela Militar. Beneath the exterior of military firmness each cadet feels a tug at his emetiont at he hears the words: " To our beloved country we owe our eternal gratitude for having mode us the guardians of her ■ ir. " These are the words of the hymn — nay, these word il of the Escuela Militar. ■ -fc9»» . 11 Mm £M ' ' xSr3 »v iPl rli iflf in wlial a (la llial uas! All ol us u.-rc proud to hr at West 1 lime thai first tiionlli in BcasI Harracks to lliink of it. From h dav was a series of eonfusing. rushiiit];. scrambled evenls. he experiences and iiardsliips we had endured loiieliier had uid one lor all. On jul l enl -lillh we were absorbed into the me " lislers " ' in |)lace ol ' llie ' " Ix ' asls " we had been, thoufrh spent in a dilTerent environment, was no let-u|) Irom ning things while the First Class was at Benning. soon proved s iiiimiiij;. daiuiiig lessons, combat prinriples. compulsory competitive atlileiics. hikes, and liazin; . tliere was little opportunity for time to hang heavy on our hands. W lienever we were found unoccupied there was always a clothing formation or something (Mpially distasteful for us. Our first chance to rcalU fail out and enjoy ourselves came at the end of Sunmier Camp wIk-u we had a week of cadet maneuvers, ' tired from long, hot marches during the da . we still reveled in (Uir freedom l) walking into town from camp every night for a " coke " and entertainment. After maneuvers it was hack to the harness again, but it wasn ' t so bad now that the upperclass- men sacrificed som ' hazing for slud ing. fter a week or so of Academics, thougli. it was a (piestion whether we preferred stu(hing to ha ing and continual bracing. iOtS j-j % li,(,Ki{i{ . Solid (ifomcli), Krciicli. I ' .njrlisli. Tri-ioiiotnrlr) . Analytical (m-oiii- cliN. Siiivcxing. Taolics. and U ' hc Gym — these ( ' r«• what c ♦•ncountcrod our first Near, and for iiiaiiN of IIS th( ' turned out to h e " W aterloos. " It was hearthreakinj: to see our ranks de| let Ml h I ' ouiidation. Our first loothall season came as a welcome relief to the grind of IMehe Academics. Mess Hall rallies, cheering in the rea. games at Michie, and foothall trips made the Fall pass swiftly and almost enjo ahl : hefore we knew it. the upperdassmen were departing on Christmas Leave. IMeh. ' Christmas was for all of us the highlight of Plehe Year: it was the first chance we had to relax and reall enjoy West Point. There ' s a saying that tiie " proesl drags " seen at Vi est I ' oint during the M-ar arc those that come up (]hrislmas W eek. and our I ' lehe car was no e ce{)tion. - £ s - ,t the WO ' - ' :h a Loiiji Corps for the New Year at the New Year ' s Eve hop, we saw the end of a glorious, carefree hoHday. e were all too dominated and suhdued to be affected by Gloom Period and Spring Buek-up. .January. February, and March rolled monolonouslv by. and despite the Spring Buck-up with the increased hazing and harder bracing, our spirits rose as we counted the ever-decreasing number of days until Kecognition. Even June Week witli its clothing formations, parade formations, and meal formations failed to dampen our spirits. The days were dwindling — six-five-four-three-two-one! ith lumps in our throats, putting out as we never had before, we finally heard it: " Front Rank About FACE! " Ji far tT imr mmoikI lour in Suiuiiut Cai wa- IroMi our lir-l ! W i- coiilil hartllx rcali .» ' llial I ' lrlx- ear was overa llial ui- wir.- ii| | t ' r(lassincii. Triif. uc were tlii ' tir t carliii ' r Class i lo Ik- k i) ji nl SiirntiuT (lamp lor llic l ' ir l ( :ia - liad no Bcniiing Tripa wrrr with II- all -immicr. Miit llif diilu ' l k( ' i|) us from Iia iuj; a wond Till limr: I )iia(li ' l(l ex crv attcriiooii. I -Mni or :oll ' ailt-r supper, hops a II... N ic- llir.r liiiK- a u. ' .k. lri|.- lo ll.r •Koo.il.-rs " al (iraiil Hall. Ev. M-fk(ia iiioriiiiii: r -pent piM uiiii: our laclical Iraiiiiii;: which w compnliciisixc as well as iiitrrcstini:. I ' liroujrli pra tiral (IciiK-iislralii and handling ' rnachinc jruiis. , ' 7 ' s. rifles. pisloU. Irtntli morlars. a ir r -. and silli our iiilrodiniioii lo ridiiii: we IxM-ame acipiaiutcd fori (ir l lime silli llir " l.ii: pi.lur.- " ol laclical coordiiialioii luMwf l.ranclu-. Camp llliiiiiinalion wa a -ala cxcnl and ll..- -.Mial hi-hli-hl ..I " Sii iiicr ( ;aiii| . W hen m- wcnl on nianeiner-. lor llie second time al ihccli ol Camp, we pill lo jiraclieal ii e the laclical theories thai welt learned lurin ( .amji and coii e.pieiill ;:ol a lol more oiil oloiir man. y: n m MMM Rug-cutter supreme. i Jl r 1 III Ion- .ailfini -s tarlrd uc had a cla In III,- WnrM- lair u Ihtt u .• a|.ilali .-.l m. llii- u|,| n,Umil v lo Ik, la-l llirii; I.. I.mv ur ini.lrr k mirr a-airi llir a(l.iiiic -rind. Ji lak. ll.al I ' l.l.r .ad.M.i - had 1 n a " (Lm. mK- ' f. al..ni;-i.l.- ihr -rlir.lulr Uriurr U-. I ' h%,i. . Cal.-.du . r,ii-li h. 11, I r.iirli. Drauii. . ia-li-. and Kidin-. It uani ' l Ion- h.-lore wo - lo Irar our hair r cr ollnr sr,-k ihiiikin- up -ul.jrcts lor ihosp K. Ihrrn.-: an. I a a la l trau. ur had I.. lurn in I ' r.n.h ih.ni.- I.. I,n-ii-h Ihnno. 1 1 u. ' ha.ln ' l had ihr r.M,li)all M-a-.n to n-li -%,- the l.-n-i.m and hadnl had Chri-lrna- l,ra .- In look forward lo. inan ol ' n- pm soidd ha r i;ori.- -lark, rasini; cra .N . ' jho-.- | -n da - ol (hri-lMia- l. a r n - -pml in anolh.-r worl rn■ hninan hrin-- inrr a-ainl lint all l • m:.:m ih.- rIon.U l. ' ll oiil h.MwallMi andu.-.ainrhark lorarlhand W .-i I ' oinI and ih.Ml.-pn oiClo.un r.riod. 11(14 nM ' :ki ' . hit lianl l x Cloom I ' .-rio.l llial ..Mond ur l.a.l l.a.l .m.In a uliilT ul llial (l. ' li-lil lul al tM.. |.h.Tr rn- tliiiiiifr l.ca i-. riif N.aniiti;; i ' nr men- sf.-iiicd lo ciniiliasi f llw n and despair ..I Clooii: I ' .-riod. ' ni :uj;liis ..I ' ImmIo. lli(:ii;:li. [ liltle spark ol lilc and liopc alix.- an.l as .la.Miar . h-l.riiarx. ch dra rj:ed on slowl) l iit siin l : llic dispersed and I ' eelile " Yea n the Mess Mall j:ra(hiall -reu iiilo Nihranl. su.lhi.j;. hisl o iitieipatioii of llie approaehiiijr se t ' iily-se en da s of freedom. coiiiiii ' T and passinj: of S|(riiiir we fonn l il inereasin l chnicull oni Fiirlo plannin : and da -dreaniiiij:. lull moons pro oked ea Furlos " in the Area of Barracks, and the warmth of tlie late in induced us to s|iend maii% liours of drowsy pleasure on the Jarracks. IV X ' eek was crammed full with varied aeti ities. and before wt their lUng iiosi; s rnl -s. fii golden «l;i s of I ' lirlo r.-ilaitilx didn ' l turn ...M I.. I..- 111.- " -iKin- ;m.l .LluHon " llwil u. ' Iia.l Im-.ii I..I.I al..,i,| I.n ,-lass,-s ah.-a.l ..f us. TIhtc w. ' r.-ul iiiau t u w ho .-r. ' iilliii iasli(- o .-r r.-luriiiiij:: ill.- orilx lliiii llial li.iUlcr.-.l our .l.-|ir.-ssecl 111. trail ' oil returning as ill.- Ia ( llial w.- .-r - ii.iw .m .mr last haliOl Our (our cars as .adcts. it uas a inoiith lu ' lon- w.- ' .l .-oiii.- Iiack l.i .-arlli. and li llial lime fo »tl all season liad started, so the •rrind of Ktadeniics didn ' l r( ali lia . ' a (haii..- to ral.h up illi us and iin|»r.-ss us with its supposed .lini.iiilx. W.- ha.l l).-r..iv us nalyti.al l.-.liani.s. I ' lui.l l.- liaiii -s. ' ni.-rm..dMia.iii -s. .-r.).lMiarii- ies. ( 1ienii lr . l ' ,l.Htri.il . S|taiiish. I )rn n j.. an. I I ' a.li.-s. hut .- .-n a seri.-s of |ongue-l isl.-rs siuli as thes. ' didn I p.-rlurb Jis inueii: there was too iiuieh to aiitieipate and enjoy duriiifr the Fall. Football games ami trips, the Goat-Engineer Game, and f)lans for Ghristmas held our attention while Aeademics pro . ' d to he just a neeessarv evil. For the first time in ei ght years the Engineers (-.tiupierf-d the (roats; alter a hist. trie tussle lirains won out o cr hrawii lt a scire of 7-0. True lo Iradili.in. the Hig Team -ame out ol the a (jame on the short end of 14-0 score, in keeping with th.- sa ing " s th.- (ioats go. so goes Arnn in the Arnn -Nav Game. " IUISIM S LkWK UC CMJciNcd to ill.- Illlll l l lor uc kiK-w llial our iu- l lono lra .- uoiiI.Im " | conic lor a n hole .-ar alter ue -(.I ha.k. Our lliini Cloom I ' erio.l ua- i lar llie uor l ol llieiii all: we were lilt l) il as soon as we reliiriied lo W esl i ' oiiil. The L ' ririd ol ea lemi(s as llie weeks wore on was almost nnhearaitle the same siihjeels e er sinfrle (la with no ariations in the enrrieiihim (e ee|)| Taelies lor Drawing:, and that wasn ' t much) to inlerrnpt the Mioiiolonous reiinlarilN. (iettinj: ii| in the dark. f; )in : to breakfast in the lark. jidtin oid hriid rliiii|tses of the sun hetween classes, jioin to su|)|)er in the dark all this did little t )ward disiiellin-: the cliokinj:. depr. ' ssinj: jxloom. e exhausted humorous topics of conversalioii and seized with (iend- ish jrlec the opportunilx to jrloal o cr the misfortunes of our classmalcs in their run-ins with the " " ' I I). " " .|atiuar . Kel ruar . March each month seemed a (•a ill passinjr. Spirils l)e raii to rise slow K as March wore on: a jjlimmer ol hope llanied anew when we were measured for our riui s we could x-e in the far-distant future the da when we would finally he First (Jlassmen. .)N(. W i;i:k.i;m. louanl llir .tid ..I lar.li n;i lor ii- lli - liirii of 111.- li.l,-. Diiriii- lUu r ihr.T .l,li.io,. ,lav ol rr.v.lom u.- ;•« lln- lii-lili-lils. v i il.-.l lli - i.i-l.ls|M.ls. an. I h-l (.rC.-.K.ii;:!! sicaiii ,. ilial uc could l.n.k h.uanl llic ruliirr uilli .■a .-r aiilicipalion. Tli.- rrliirii I;. III.- Ii(.- riMlilaiN Nas l.-ss s.-n rn- lliis li.iir. (,„■ ||i. ' |,,„o ,„ ,nlhs ssrn- hrWnui us: llw short ones ali.-a l .1 u s|)arui. ' l 111.- j;a|i bclu.-.-n t-visliuj: anil r.-all li iii;r. Willi 111.- .-..uiitii: ..(Sprinjr x.- look our -.ilf.-luhs au.l l.-iuii ra.-k -l ir.)Mi lli.- iiiolli l.al! an. I ini- |)ali -ull ii(li!r.- l .-la s( s .-acli .las until u.- t-oiil.! j;.) outilooi aii.l . ' MJo ourM-hts. U.-auliliil frirl oik-p nior.- ii.-.am. ' a li.-a.lN rcalilN iatli -r than a ni.-ni.n .)l a .ircaiii. TIk- f;lootii of liar.- tr.-.-s. ;ra walls, (l -a.i j:ras an.l lirul.l).-r . au.l o%.-n-ast ski.-s was .lis|..-ll.-.l ,s tli.- iuroa.l ol l.ir.is. ll.-.-liuj: -linipsi-s of -iirr ini: animals, au.l the n.-w-l).)ru tra raii..- .)r au iutoxicatiufr hr(-.- .f ' troui iIk- s.iutlilaii.ls. M.-rn- l).-r of the " r.-d-c-ouilort.-r s.|uad " ut-rc cvi-ii roaxt-.l on t-of-.lo.trs: hook-uoruis. .asliiij: asi.l.- tli.-ir sjit ' (-ta( It ' s, found lu-w vision iu the l . ' aut of uatuic. I ' lius as iu past t ' ars smiles look the jila.-c of sneers, eoiiiradeship took the phue . f hermita ;t ' . and faith and -.)nfideu(-e shoved .l.-spair from the )ieti;re. Academics flew 1) and .luiie e -k was u|iou us iu a stead downpour. N li M. loi mil l( ;i . Ill :i cold. (Ii ;ir . -.t ;i«l il . ii|M.iir. iIkiI u.- riioxrd uiili ill,- IMcl.o U, Smiiiiicr ( laiiij. lor .Iiiik- W r.k ami lli - r. i ol llic Siimiiirr. ()iil llii lime ur km-u lor siir ' iIkiI m(»l olOiir siimmrr (la uoiild l - |)( ' iil in ullirr |i:irl oi llir roimlrv uliil - our l).-lon;:in s vxoiild MiilVr l lli -m rUr in lli.- dam|) and .lammv ' limr of Siimm.-r ( :am| ' s |iarado ot iin and rain. This liim m- wen ' kiii ;s oT Suiiinu ' r ( ;aiii|i. and liow wondrrliil il Icll nol lo lunc an None oxer lis ( lorizfl lin;: lli - Tacs)! Despite llie iiiicerlain re.ci.lion uc wcrr »i .ii i) onr mw livini;(|narl.-rs. ,|nm- W cck |.roM ' d loiiea IiiIIoik- in aclix ili s and in Inn. I arad s. mo i . lio|.-.. allrr- noon:. al Dclali. ' id. l.-nni . alumni exercises, llie Class Su|)|.er at llie llolel. (lie liorsesliou . and llie Plehe •rviii e hil ilioii uereon the seliediile. W liile we werenl (lra ; iiiif: or ollierw ise oe ii|)i -rl ue sla ed in ( " .amp and put the IMebes tliroujih llieir pace . The Inn of reeo ;iiili in ua as imieli a pari of ii- as of the Plebes who for the first time knew (he i() of a ear well done, lint then our e e were joined to that driver " seat with its responsihilities. its |iri ile :es. and its air of anthorilN. For three ears onr liii ' ers had itehed for llu- feel of the reins, ami now as June Vt eek of " H drew to its close we aimed lo fulfill onr duties in the spirit of our new rank as FIRSTIES. -or Coney Island? ■s always a wayou I I.. (J vss ni MisM.i.: " Willi lli..M ' la-l NN..r.l ..r l«)||- h ' ,Mi„i,-Ml;il X.li.ilanl. n . look . .r llir .lri .i " .al all.r llirrc rar ol uaidii- ami an I iri| a( iuii. Tlial ariic .la .• -larlr.l uiir I ir- ( :la -luiiiiirr ul inl. ' iiMvr lariiral Irainini: uilli .xir .ninl.in. ' .l l.aii-l.x I ' iri.l- I ' url |{. ' iiiiiiiH lri| . In | il. ' i III. ' . ' ..i.i|.lrl. ' ■.rlir.liilrnf ilriiK.ii lialiuii.. ill. ' rain al l.aii-l. ' X. an. I ill. ' C. ' or-ia li.al. ill. ' " Miak ' " lia.l a liiii ' ..I il in lli. ' ir Inll .1.— vsliil. ' -Iiiil.. (;.-..ri;ia iHa. ' li. ' . " N. ' x.r -au ..n.-. .li.l u. ' Thai lri| ua- jii-l a -lai l.r. ill. ' .n.l ..I lii. ' -nnini.r u. ' .l i.ain. ' .l ai...iil ill. ' ( :. a-l rlill. ' rx al 1lan. ' . .-k III. ' i ' l. ' l.i Xrlill. ' .N al l.-LNiianna. an. I lli. ' Signal ( :..r|i- al M ii.miiIi. K.Iu. ' . ' i. Inp- u. ' iiral.li. ' .l a i.inl-.. ' V. M. ' u ..I III. ' Iiiuin. ' .r- an. I (h.nii.al Wailar. ' S. ' , s i.-. ' : u. ' -|M ' nl a u. ' .k ..n Sii nal ( ..inninniia I i..n an. C.nilMl I ' liii. ipl. ' - an. I an.. ill. r ..n lli. ' CaxaliN ( i ' iiIm-. pOTPnuH 4 3. 1 TKViMN., MM. I |.rr|.ariiii: .liinni: " |{,a ( l?;.rta.k ' " llir N.-u Ca.ln- lor lli.-ir a.- •.•[. laii.T inlo Ihr (;.,r|, a- llf ( ;ia ul I ' ) IT), aiul mi a.liii a as i laMl in-l nal.T- ..llhr ' rarlini; on tin iiiarliim- Mini mil | i.ti l raiiM(-. uc ic(ti cd lur ( iir fl - an iiii|unl an I .•l.iinnl in niir liainin;; a- liiliin ..(li.-.r-. riif wi-ik jii-l I (ill 111- iail(iiiir- I ha I i- -|iiiii nil inaiKin 11- laii lil ii- I lie (■ocnlina lini iiccc»ar an: ii;: III. ' vari. ii l.iaii. ' li. ' . ..I III. ' rinx. an. I M.n.l. ' .l all I h.- .1.1 aiU ..I . iir Miiiiin.r Irainiiii: inlo I In- " 1.1- | i. ' l iir. ' . ' m;;m-.| l .■lll -.■il:ll||. ua- l..r n- lli. ' 151 l,,iii. ' ni .,1 I ir-l ( ila- v.ar. I ' ..r ihr.. ' x.ar- u. ' " .l xNail. ' .l lo ii -[ our rinj;.. an. I vnIi.i, ur iinallN .11. 1 -.-I lii.-in on llial ni.-iiioial.l. ' .Ia u.- nallv iM-.-ain.- |.arl ..I I ' li. I,..n (;iav l.ii.. ' . iPl :nH Dv-. Wr.k-cii.l |M . r.l |. !„■ ;i u.iural r ,.lii Ir.itll ,-l I ' .-inl ..I llir I ' ir (;hi ;is u.. I.mk a.lN;iril;in,. ,,| llii. |,lra.;n.l rr.|.ilr I..Iu.tm Sutiiinrr (;a.ii|. jrxl ill.- V.a.lniiir ,;u: ii(i NNTtr u.- iirninl I.. Ii..u nil ,,„,■ rii.M. h, ilir l.,lk al in.in. ' : Tim. .vliv.li. ' .l. ur look ii| lor ill.- Ia l linn- ih- -rill. I .1 .a.l.nii.- . Mi.a.l ..l.i. ua a xari.-.l .•nrri.iilinii : I ii- iin-.-rini;. Miiilarv lli l.prv. |{....kk.-.-|iini:. (;.. .riirii.-iil. I.i-.iii.mii.-. I.a s. dr.lnaii.-.- ami Ciimi.-rN. iliiiiiii l ra I i.m. Ta.li.-. and Uraiu-li ln lriirliont |{iil III.- -rill. I ..I -a.l.-iiii. ha. I iiar.llx a .liaii. .- lo Ii.-.-. mi.- mi..ii. I.mioii Im-I.m.- iIk- Inolliall s.-as. ii oprnrd ill 111.- hr-l u.-.-k ..r ().l..lM-r. C.a.li " i:.-.!- |{laik |.i..x.-.l ,,iii- ...iili.l.-ii.-.- in liiiii a In- .-oa.li.-.l ill.- " Hi;: ' I ' .-ani ' llir..ii-ii li .- liai;:lil ani.- uilli.Mil a -innl.- .I.-I.al. W .- I..1111.I llial (....lliall ;:aiii.- auax lr..Mi ill. ' I ' .inl -av.- a ;:r.-al .l.ai mi..i-.- .a I i-la.l i..ii an. I .-n.i l.-iii.n I uli.-ii u.- .-..iil.l lak.- ailNanla-.- ..I Kir l ( :h u.-.-k-.-n.l |.iiMl.-M.. . M li Ihr a N CatlU- ur -p.Tll llir.r urrk- u..n.lrri.l- N,h.lll,T Chrl-IIIKl- riV ua. ;:..iiii; I.. I.r iiin. ' .hiN- ..r lurKr .hiN.. " Ikr- kr|.( ,i ni.,-M.iM an. I linpini:. iIimhuIi- nnlil ill. ' la-l iiimmi uh. ' ii 1.. ' .I. ' . ' i.l. ' .l I.. ivv..k. ' hi. | r. ' vi. ii ..r.l.r- lor a iiiii. ' -.laN I. -as. ' . |{iim..r-..l I ' ailx ( ira.l.ia I i..ii .li.lnl uail (ill (,l...„n INii...! llii. s.ar. Ml.r ill.- I ).-.laral i..ii ..I W ar .-n ill. ' .•i;;l.ll. ..! D. ' .viuIht nini.M- iM-.ain. ' ull.l ami ram|.a.il. Il uaMi ' l ,„v ' l..l..r.- il u a ..lli.ial -Irai-I.l Irom 111.- " Smi.. ' .- at i.-a-l ll.al- ul.al llu- " I?. I ' .- u, u..rk- in ill. ' -( ...m " . " " ..(li., ' ai.l llial ( .lirl-l ma- l. ' a xxa- ;:.,i.m l. I.. ' ..Ill- Cra.luali.:.. l.-ax.- . . . Bui . n III.- lir-l ..I III. ' N. ' u .-ar u.- u.r. ' all l.a.k in ..i.r |{. .klMani.l iii lilan.l II. ..r. ' . llii- liiii. ' I.ir llir li.Mii. ' -Ir. ' l.li. W .• Ii.ar.l. I...,, ihal llii- Ii.m- .■ -Ii.l.l, ua- -, i„M ,,, !,.• a ■.I1..1I .-n.- lrai;;lil Ir.-.n W a-liin-loii. I.N lai ' . ' lilir-l al lli. ' lal. ' -l . N nil. h ' Mlli of .laiiiKirx u.u.tc ptiv ilc ' .-d I ' irX ( ;ia -m.Mi i..Tiiii i..ii lol.avcll l ' .)-l on sr.k-.!i.l alhriiooti-. cliaii;! ' at oiiiil al llic ' i -l l tliaM -. ra li in onr iiockcl-. onr room in-.| trli a u.-,k. ninlor,,,- an. I .•,|ui|.ni.iil In onr n.oin.. chrrkinn a.vonnl . prrnii-ion I.. Ni-it .lining (all lo Ou. I.r-. " i ' o-.n.n ' ( lla -.ll ha. I lli.- " -Irai lil |i.m,|. ' al . nl " i ' lHr.- aini .... CI.M.n. I ' .rl...l lir-l Cla- .ar! " In lan.iarv. C.ri.ral I .i.li.ll..r;:.r -as .• n- lii- lar.u.ll a.l.lr. ' l.- l.-r. ' Ii. ' I.ll I., lak. ' .-..rnnian.! ..I a .iiNi i- in III. ' Ii. ' i.l. In l .url. ' . ' n -.liorl r illi a Sn|.. ' rnil. ' n.i. ' nl h.- ha. I .Ion. ' inn.h lor ill. ' Mililarx V.a.l. ' iiis at .•a.lM.I 11- r. ' ur. ' ll. ' .l hi, .l. ' |.arliir. ' , In In- a.l.hv,- li. ' ..nl lin.-.l ill. ' n. ' u r..l. ' W . ' -1 I ' oinl ua l..|.lax in llic W • lliro.i;:h ih. ' I - M living .ho.,l. Ih..-.- ..I n- lakmi; ir (;..r|.- u..iil.l r. ' . ' .iN.- .■I.ni.nl arx llvini; Irainin;: mMs h.iiir- .hnin- ih.- Sprin-. uhil. ' nn.l.r.la-Mn.-n xN. nl.l Ix ' al.l.- I. -ra.lnal.- uilh ih.-ir W ini:.. hiH- I ' .arU (;railiialioii i..r ii or am ..lli.r cLo.-! N liitui un. CciK-ral ill)N. llw iiru " Shim- " lalk.-.l In n lor ih.- lir-l li.nr. n.l ulial a iM.nil.-h.ll lir -.1 ..H! n ir Corp liaiMin- lur ll.r l ' ir-.| (la-. I.iil I ' arlx ( iia.l.ial inn u a a r.Tlainlv ! I ' lial ua .|(lilr a rli.MluIr alira.l nl II.: .a.lrmi In rn.l ,,n ihr lillrrnlh nl MaN : ( )nlMan.r rri|. In lMTcl.-ni milil llirMxriilrriiili: a u rrk al ..iir ir.|„Tlivr l.ran li |H. |. llirnu liniil Ihr I ' ii-I (;n,|,- rra: ■■.limr Wcrlv " nri III. ' lu.iiiN-iiiiilli. Inllnur,! I.N a l.u . la N - nf ( ; radiia I inii l..a .-. Ci.al .haiii:.-. u.t.- aUn -.li.JiilrW in ill- ' riilniT.iini.iiluMi l,,i llir iiiHlrr.la--.- : iM-uiimini: uilli llir Cla- nl ' )IA. „i.n lakiiii: ir Cmp- nmII -railiial- ' uilli lliri, Win -. Chan::.- mi.Ii a lli.-r |„nNi,l.-,| rxrrll.i |.ir Inr rniix rr-a I Inn an. I Imlh.r -[..•.•iilali..n In III.- 1.-, II, ill. iii.l |„!|,.-,| ||„- lu,, ,„.,iillw all.r l,..i,:; W .•.•k-. ' ii.l in lar.l, I,, |.a-- mnIIiIv. I,....kiiii: l.a.k ..II I ii l ( :ia.- .Mr. u.- .an all -ax il ua- l.x lar lli. ' in,.-.| ,n J..n al.l. ' an. I valnal.l. ' ..n. ' ..I . iir Ca.l. ' l DaN-. Il i. uill, niix.-.l r. ' . ' lin-- ..I r.-r.l aii.l an I i ' i|.a limi ||.;,| vv ,• ..i 1 1,,. Iir-I W ar Cla- i. ' ax .■ W .-I I ' ninI I.. |.ra li.-.- lli. ' nl.al- ..I Di.In. II. .....r. C.nnlrN llial u. ' liaN. ' I...n laiii:lil .Inrini; ..nr l.-ur ( ia.l.l x.-ar-. ° tK, : " Juno Wouk . Pomp Rogimontal P, A pleasant promenade on FUrtatior Sf, A Kappy moment for all — Recognition. " Sir. there are Sc en l)a s imlil (iradimlioii and Kiirlol " lv is turning the old j:ra l»iiil(liMir» ;. ' rfcii. (la— !• arc o t-r. llic hroxN ii liiil lo|» in ( !aiii|i ( Million hiciul in til.- .olor M ' li.-ni.- ol ilir ol.i . ak n.-ar tli - riv .-r. lli.- I ' iain i- a mmooiIi .iil . ' rncralil shininj: in llir -Mnli;;lit lli.-rr i- t«-n-cM and rxci (.■iiirii I in llir air. .Inn.- Week Tlif week i a M ' rifs of aclivilics and ifrcuionics rrvious in the mornings. parades in li.e lale afternoon , hop eN.-rx ni-l.l. n.a-niti.-.-nl lldelic l{e% i.-Nx takes | la r on llir I ' iain one niornin;;. r. «T (a(lern |iorl i- re|in-..ii|cd. and I In- ear ' honors lo uinninj; coniiM-li lors and learn- are awarded, while the ( .i v " . . . where they of the Corps have trod. " dil. A salute to our deceased. The " Old Gr«d». " M.anlio (.;i.l in nx i.u . l,o„.„iii- I lir r a(hl.lr u l.n Ik.n r .arri.-.l i u- V.ad.-niN ol,,r lu Ni.l.MV. l ' .-rlia| . III. ' lll l iMaiilitiil ..-rriiioiix ..I ' lli.- u.-.-k i llir Muiiiiii K.-vi.-u. iiiiliat.-.l I.n lli.- ..I.I ;:ra.l iiiar.liiiiM rt-. iii Culliirii Mall l. aihrr al TiiaN.-r Mi..Miiiii.-iit . In a . m , ,: iinprv JN . ill. ' . III. ' (;.M|.-. ail. I Ih. ' ol.i -ra.l |.a Iril.iil. ' |. lli..-,- nxIi.. Ikin.- |.a . ' .l a Na .liiriiij; ill.- x.-ar. I ' ll.- .a.l.l . ' li..irMri- Ihr ( uri s an. I lli. ' tin,,, l„t.r. I ' Ii. ' m. a I li. ' ( ;..r|. Miar.li.- ..nl.. ill. ' IMaiii. ill.- aliiMini l..rMi lli. ' t■,■ u■ ,u •■ .laii.l I.n .la-M ' .. I ' ll. ' in.. l .■..l..rlul |.ara.l. ' I-. ..T . ' ..Mr-. ' . ( a.liial i..M i ' ara.l. ' . I ' ll. ' Ira.lili..iial iMii i.- I „shinii II hilr Srrii, ' l„l. Ilnmr S,rrrl llu„ir. Il,r ,iil I l.rjl lirl,,n l Mr. i„ld l.auii Svnr i |.la ' .l. ' I ' ll. Mi: ■■(M-a.l.ialiim (;ia». I ' r..iil an. I ( l.til.T! " I ' ll. ' Ilr l . ' la» tnar.li. ' - I..ruar.l I.. ( 7,m ' . ' an. I Man. I. I rride sprinkled with tears — Graduation Parade. I barclicadrd and siloiil as lli.- ( ' ,ur|i match. s |ia t in r. irw lo On i„ lidarv and IIiiki Mtilcr. Ininu ' diatrlv rollowin ]; llif parade, the ( ' .orps is fortiird in (icniral rra. and lit - r ' ( " nilii n of I Ihe fourtli class takes place, (rradiialion hop ihal ni ;hl is ihe largest, most " ilorioiis hoj) ol the fentire year. Finall) eonies •rradualion morning and (he (iDrjts niarthes down lo (he arnior (o see (he b;radna(in : class rcceiv coniniissions and dej:rees. r(er (he ceremonies are eompleled and (he ast niati lias been cheered, the dorps forms a hollow square on the IMain. and the cad ' t djiilan( performs his last ofTicial act lt reading the new " make " list. The Furlo class falls out and heads for barracks witii a wild rush. June Week is over! i Congratulations ! ■ Mt k liM - Nr. .,r . m 1200 open ears— the Make List. A C R O W L E I M P 31 E T S Gk )K»;k 1. IIkkkkkn n (!( ()|{I)IN T()H OF I TI.K- mI;1{1( W ll l|{S (;i IN W. I ' llOMVS II U{1{ III IT HohKKT .1. I,(» KI.L (ill VKI.I.S IKI.KKT l .|(Hi TllOM S I,, (iin ST I. I ' l ui.k; Kiimions Okkkk. i;sr Point. . . Pi m,M, Kki. tiuns Offici:. I ' oim- Bfnmnc. G v. Stvff Si,k(;k t (iKoi (;K V. ko s Miss Is iu;i, I,io WiiiTi: Sti i ios Imi:i i ION i. i; s Si;u i(;k AcMK Photos ' I ' .. ll.o r ;irli l in llir ullirr m.Ti.an K.|..ii.li. u I.om ' |.ainli l-r-AiJ.-.i iti-|.ir;ili..n lur ll.r ;,rlisl. Mr. CIrn W . ■ni..Mia . Our Milllar-N l(;..l..- I.,, an. I llir l,.a.i.T ..I. li.,- Mililarx a.l.-M ill llir olhrr Xlllrri.ail K ' l ' IMll.iics. t i E INFANTRY JOURN 1! ' ' ND PRODUCTMO U .L V ' c Y •iy - i v- ' -jfcju. nmALL VANQUISH THE FOG OF WAR €i . . iiilo ;i (TN -lal liall and lei i| laki- iiii hark to llic lifiiinniii - of Xincricaii lii lu-.lr . Look l.-.| l . riii;H..,| |,i,,i,,..T -liajir- Ik;!. rUrrr rnl m -tal into a -run or a ho.-: a rii lic l ii( di tiifi.-d woman |mii-. a liimliii;: -nil or a dress. Let the hall rl.Mi.l . . . IraNel with it (o ih. ' near | a l. The itidii-triai K. ' n ohili. ri has .otrir. I.ook ihrre: il ' - the lir-l rnrri.ai. SpiiiniiiM Jmiix. See iI.om- men loih ee ihe lione-l -weal dri| from lired hrow-. See hou lhe i:aze into ihe hilnri ' . e-. iheN dream. ■V u■ dream of a -r.-al Vmeriea. The hall eloud- a-ain. Il is I ' MH. (ireal Prodne lion lines |l( ssess the -urj:ii) i enerL N of a delermined people, ' iho-e li,w- liv,-: iheN ha%e he.M. ia-hioned Irom the M,nl „i Iho-e pioneer u ho haxe made po-ihie lodax-- miracle- of pr.Hlneli.in. ..u look al iho-e uho -np- porl indn-lrx: llie hn-ine- men. Tlie men uho tnak. ihex- uonder- po-ihie. Ml ol ihem. indn-lrial men and hn-ine— men. nou dream in term- ol lank,-, plane-. Iruek-. and uea|.on- h ihe ihon-and-. Lock at ih.-m and -land in re er.-nee. Thai miciMp.erahle ami nmpienchahle -piril of n:erican h.dn-lrx and liiisiness is Ihc lile hi I ol Ih.- - .nl ol merica. Il i- a -piril ihal -ax-: " ■ m.Tiea shall lixc ami hnaihe ami -ee IcrcNcr ihe linhi ..fdav. lor helnnd Vm. ' rlca -land- Indn-hN and Un-in.-.-,-. " We. of ihe 1 lew IT KK. ar.- prond ihal ihcN have heeuine pari ol our hook. V I AT lOBi .1 LINKS WITH TRADITION In our first struggle for freedom, the great chain across the Hudson River at West Point was such a successful barrier against men-o ' -war that assault of the strategic river posi- tion was never attempted. Hand- wrought in six weeks, this 180-ton, 450-yard product of Yankee ingenuity- was a major achievement for the in- fant industry of the colonies. Today, of such strong links as Wright ' s years of experience in build- ing engines, the production line of American industry is forging its coun- terpart in a cordon of air power this time not merely to hold our positions, but to carry the battle to the enemy. IVRICHT I 1 " ■?- Republic Thunderbolts Dominate the Upper Air CLIMBING swiftly through the thin air and dead cold of the Stratosphere, the Republic P-47 Thunder- bolt is an efficient challenge to the highest-flying enemy bombers. Designed especially for high-altitude combat, the Thunderbolt makes full use of the four-bladed Curtiss Electric Propeller with which it is equipped. CURIISS-WHISHT CORPORATION ' y ;t e ' Z 4 i7 CAIOWE LI, NEW lERSEI p o 1. I s [imiiss Qa PROPELLERS BENDIX k ECLIPSE PIONEER SClNiriLA STROMBERG I FRIEZ I zenith ' The products of 40.000 Bendix craftsmen { { .4ea,cu t . " tmmmwm mw Down scores of production lines that yesterday were only blueprint sketches, roll the implements of the new-born military might of America. Ord bumbtrs and fighter planes, trucks, trac- tors, tanks and scout-cars, troopships and great naval " battle-wagons, " torpedo and picket boats and motor launches- all are vital parts of the impregnable bul- wark of steel being forged to safeguard Liberty! More than two hundred distinct and varied units, designed and perfected in Bendix Laboratories, proved on millions ol eliicles and planes and vessels, are [iroduccd bv forty thointiiui lo al crafts- nun in more than a score ol Heiulix plants 1 he stretch from the Atlantic .Se.ihoarii to California— and are Mipf nunted b the slead output ot nian , suli-n)ntracting plant. The aircraft and automobile Indus tries and our Army and Navy, througl w hose whole-hearted and close cooper ation our own all-out efforts for N ' icton are so greatly advanced, ha e just ciiisi for honest pride in a job lh.it is prom and prodigious, and properly done! « Ofcnur,,. ml all ,f ll, !, pnJutu u pUtu, mill tr xthkli. thutttr, in {rrljin ciiii. Jual. iripli inlluJiJ in lit fituni fittn ahtvt. AVIATION CORPORATION Serving the eaut of Victory in twenty great plants spi acrott America fi epo ' S HEADLINES for HISTORY f|g|S - «.,u. 60 K...» ' y v g r. " " ' ' - ' « „ » mid-air " V. Sttl ,A ot bon " ' . ! ]apan« " Todds. K c.v ' » ' ' " K •,°,oP n■ Cloud of Fo« -n l- y» iN DKFDT D 4 TTI r first B ovf - Desert Sh««..„_ " " . ' ! t y ' nt ' kl ' . s pursuit !• ticfe • ' Japanese TOMAHAWKS GET BOMBER Practically Blew Up to My Face " — Pilot ' south African Air F " ' ' " - ■. . ' ' irt Sh( oot-up rot " " T. flirt} ' thousand strong As each Army or Navy pilot takes the controls and roars up and away, thousands of unseen hands support him. These are the men behind the machines all over America who, day and night, are turnin i out the mit htiest air armada the wiuld has ever known. In the three dixisions of United Aircraft alone more than thirty thous;uKl are enlisted .. .craftsmen to their lin :er-tips. . . all with their slioulders to the wheel, huildini tor the nation ' s defense forces the finest engines, propellers, and airplanes that aeronautical science can produce. UNITED AIRCRAFT CORPORATION i;. ST H. RTM1RP. CONNECTICUT €r l ' r.ii Whim A MAKING AVIATION HISTORY OUR ANSWER IS r R€POiUfR I hf anKfssTs first limir of shockinjj tre-achcry is be- Engineered for mass production, Airacobras are stream- hind us. America is ready In answer on every front. inf ; off the line. Ever increasing this production is now To destroy attackers before lh y drop their death loails, li -ll Aire raft and the U. S. Army Air I ' orces five y -ars atjo developed th - world ' s only single engine fighter carrying a 37 mm. shell -firing cannon. Comphti- fire power, pictured above, consists of a 37 nun. cannon and 30 cal. and iO cal. marhin.- nuns. )lemii pK-dge of every Bell workt Mr Producori of THE BELL AIRACOBRA _ 478 fs C A A ■ 0 -- r IS THE CALL TO VICTORY N THE BATTLE OF PRODUCTION Norlh Aiiierif.uii Aviatiuii, Inc. has been clt-ilioatod to nationul defense since its birth. In this emergency its responsibilities are as direct and vital as those of the military forces. In line of production duty. North American engineers pioneered the breakdown of bulky airplane components into small assem- lilies, tlius permitting extensive sub-contracting of such parts an l assemblies. So today we take pride in saluting 921 sub- contractors throughout the nation, forking as a team, their cooperative efforts insure victory in the Battle of l rodu« ' lion. NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION, INC. Dull..- IM.I.I.Wddl), ( |,||-. k.iM-.i-ti(% -K -»t TO BUILD WITH TEAMWORK I .T " 7. ! WAR DRESS " by John Hamn WAR DRESS . . . High flying, with oxygen gear, is a dressy affair. Oxygen- fed men and supercharged engines rule the upper air . . . and none will fly higher than the elite pilots of the Army ' s interceptor commands in mighty 2,000-h.p. Republic P-47 Thunderbolts. Republic Aviation Corporation, Farmingdale, Long Island, N. Y. REPUBLIC AVIATION 481 W To the U. S. Corps of Cadets, the future military leaders of our country, ue extend our sincere congratulations on their outstanding achievements. We, at The Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Co.. pledge to continue to give you and all of the tuition ' s artned forces our full cooperation. How CLEVELAND PNEUMATIC Helps America ' s Armed fortes In the air, our world famous Aurol Struts arc cxttnsivcly usliI on the major military airplanes. On army trucks and other rollinj; equipment, our C;ie-A Eliminators promote efficient operation and lessen driver fatigue. Throughout American industry (Cleveland Pneumatic products are also be irk thai supports the armed forces: (Mevelanti Rock Drills extract valuii aw materials from the mines. In the factories our extensive line of { ' le ivpe; r Sh, and malic tools — riveters, production. (Meveland Pneuni.iti possible use in llie inK dri gri ng used ble ores o Pneu- nd r.immers — .ire used to speetl to put these proili THE CLEVELAND PNEUMATIC TOOL CO 3734 EAST 78TH STREET CLEVELAND, OHIO, U. S. A. I ?-- r ' i . KODUCTION ■II ■„„.;. • " " " " ' " yd " j ' " " ' ' m Millinj; Machines Grinding Machines Screw Machines Machinists ' Tools Cutters and Hobs Arbors and Adapters Screw Machine Tools Pumps and Vises Magnetic Chucks Other Useful Shop Equipment BROWN SHARPE MFG. CO. iii»k« « iii TOI 4pII R l Kl. TMM--. «..t.l.-likr Kl. TMM-. " RITF.R ;ir.- ril.l.l.- «llll .lllll riirac . .. tli.- ' ll turn licttcr «i rk. fiistiT. Hut . . . I- also iiiaki- om iiii :hly loiiuli. I ' liat- v ihr Kdvals you liu) today arc cqualU at In ill an air-.niiclilioM.-il ofli.c. or at I ' irlil I If ,|„a,l.r-.. or ,.,. ., Haiti.- W , „ „■ ll aii.l . n„ jy y ryj yxrryyyx rfy J 1 THE nUNDEL CDRPDRATIDN 1 liAi.l IMOKl., Md. DKIJXWNG CON ' STRL ' CTIOX I ' N ' C tINI ' ERING jiul Dtstrihiitor.s of SAND • ( KA i;i. • STONl- tllld ( OMMI K( 1 I. SI, AG NEW YORK THREAD GRINDING CORP. 2 37 Liilayettc Street NEW YORK CITY MANl lACTl ' RERS OF Thread Gages, Gages, Punches and Dies for Small- Arms Ammunition It took months — years — of experimental work and testing to give you a gun that would fire 400 bullets a minute. From the beginning, that this gun be perfect was a matter of life and death. Yet after the final O.K. it was a matter of minutes to put perfected specifications down on paper — typed in neat concise form, a per- .Tanent, accurate record of every detail. Similarly, everything has its immediate beginnings on paper. The capacity and response of the typewriter on which each specification and requisition is written is vital in getting guns — or anything else — to you fast. And Remington Rand has the typewriter for that job. Model 17 would do 175 words a minute if you could type that fast. It ' s built that way! 175 WORDS AM) 400 BULLI-TS A MIIVIJTE Behind this newest Remington Rand Typewriter achievement lie 69 years of testing on the firing line every day. We gave Model Seventeen to the world as the one typewriter with more exclusive features than on all other typewriters combined. It ' s tops against all combers — when compared with " The Other Three " combined. Model Seventeen wins hands J c i j-„ on nearly 3 to 1 superiority! compared iown, 54 to 21 For the requirements of the U. S. Army, Model Seventeen is available with Signal Corps, Telegraphic, Medical and Weather Keyboards. uli:MI ' (;;lC)]v kam For West Point Cadets, we offer the finest line of Portable Type writers on the market. Sturdy, complete machines with Standard keyboards. Deluxe Model 5, Quiet Model 1 and Deluxe Noiseless Portables come with strong, handsome Carry ing Case— Olive Drab case available on U. S Army orders. RlilMINIillOX HAM) lIVC. 485 New insulation aiatttfials and vulcanized in the pilot plant. Trial runs in the factories and electrical control 1 Vear% in the pfovina ground follow - r . bofofe fintUrod proiliH t . i INSULA The Search for Facts and Principles Continual pressure for better, longer lived and more highly specialized types of electrical wires and cables makes our research neces- sary . . . complete coopera- tion between laboratory and plant at every step of a new development makes it prac- tical . . . without this solid foundation of facts and proved principles supplied by research, present day needs could not be met so surely nor future demands so well anticipated. The Okonite Co., Passaic, N. J., offices in principal cities. . ' In m(eres(ini; illustrated booklet which graphically describes the application o( Research to the produc- tion ol better insulated Hires and cables wilt be i;ladl sent on request. OKONITE n WIRES CABLES Military Naval Merchant Marine Aeronautical Equipment GYROSCOPE COMPANY, J OUR FIRST CUSTOMER Yes— Uncle Sam and his ever increasing need for greater production , . . is our first customer. His requirements must be filled now. Singer machines have been filling the requirements of the Country ' s armed forces for nearly a century. Parachutes, uniforms, tents, gun covers, shoes, powder bags, and blankets, are a few of the needs of our modern army that are stitched on Singer machines. We are proud to count the United States Army, with its exacting requirements and rigid specifications as a customer with whom our relations have been so satisfactory. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. MANUFACTURING TRADE DEPARTMENT Branches in all principal cities PRESSLY OR INSPECTION With llu ll,,lin,.ni .M,hK-| -X ' you ' ll pass insptitioi) with flyiiif; lulois. Ii rivilian life, lii)H ' m;m prissinj; m (Irv ili ' :iturs an.l tailnis. uWW tin. I lluni staiuiiii Riiaiil over tlu- appcaraiui- nt pci unifdrms sliainK i iiastd and wrinkU-ficf. U.S.HOFrM2kN Seneral Offices: 105 F MACHINERY CORPORATION MANUFACTURERS OF LAUNDRYoMACHINERY AND GARMENT PRESSING EQUIPMENT Aircraft Radio « O It l O It A T I O Designers jiid A cnii jtictin-ers of iWilitiin Airciiijt Kadio Equipineiit IIOO.-NTO.X. . . J.. I . S. A, (Hwuh JeLftJume Jtfdcmi. 1 f AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC I ' roJu hs [lie Aiitoniatit hicctric pnvacc iclcphonc svstcnis have a back- ground of over K rtv-hve vears of successful application and constant improvement. They arc noted for their instant response, accurate operation and ru){ged, reliable construction. These qualities have proved to be of piirticuLir value in the service of every branch of national defense, where equipment must function with unfaiiinj; regularity, even under the most adverse and difficult conditions. For full information, address American Automatic Electric Sales Company, 1033 W. Van n..rcn Street, Chicago, Illinois. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Tilephone, Communication and Signaling Products INDISPENSABLE IN MODERN WARFARE The THOMPSON SUBMACHINE GUN X HE Tommy Gun is standard equipment in many branches of the armed forces of the United States, The Coast Guard, and F. B. I., and those of the British Empire. Remarkably light, easy to handle, and with great destructive power, the Tommy Gun is a modern, one-man, automatic weapon of proved reliability. It is repeatedly demonstrating its effectiveness in actual combat conditions on various fronts during the present war. AUTO-ORDNANCE CORPORATION 1437 Railroad Ave. [7K Si Bridgeport, Conn. 489 Stone Webster Engineering Corporation ARCHITECT-ENGINEERS AND CONSTRUCTORS of KANKAKEE ORDNANCE WORKS Joliet, Illinois VOLUNTEER ORDNANCE WORKS Chattanooga, Tennessee NEW YORK BOSTON CHICAGO HOUSTON PITTSBURGH SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES THE HIGH STANDARD MANUFACTURING CO., INC. MANUFACTURERS OF SMALL ARMS MACHINE GUNS SUB-MACHINE GUNS PISTOLS NEW HAV.EN CONNECTICUT AV,-v.s ,l,-r.l„i„„r„l nl KC.A L,ll,„nilorirs. tllr Ki: llrrl Kneiver is about ihe sizr of II portable radio set anil as riisv to carry. It operates frc u.ur.nu.rv light socket, , „, I Cor DC and can he inhlir.l 1,1 halteries in the . 1 1 niul liii age to power lines NEW RCA LABORATORIES DEVELOPMENT... RCA Alert Receirer a notable contribution to civilian defense. Turned on and off by broadcasting station! An eniprgpiicy warning signal i Hashed through space h a radiu station. Instaiill and aul niali all . the new K(: lert Receiver in the Ik ■ leaps into action, ringing a l)ell or soiniding a siren. Sleepers are aroused. Lisleners are snnunoned. nd tlien. through its loudspeaker, tliis modern Paul Revere hrings them air-raid instructions or other important messages u if h the speed of light. VmazingK sirii|)le in design and construction, the RCA Alert Receiver can he |)ro hiced at a cost approximating that of the average low-priced taliK- model radiu. Requiring er little power for oper- ation, it can be used with surprising econoinv . 2 I hours a day over a long period of time. Kven more simple is the transmitting a| paratus, which consists of a vacuum lidie oscillator generating two suh-andihie fretjuencies. One turns tin- receiver on, the other turns it off. Installation riMpiircs no change in normal broadcast station wiring. The RCA Alert Receiver is important to National Defense because it makes possible a lo« ' al. regional or nation-wide instantaneous radio call service. W ilh this new development, the public service of radio is once more expanded thanks to RCA research. RCA LABORATORIES A SKKMCK OF I UK K AI IO COKPOKA IIO.N OK AMKKICA Otiirr HC t S ' rii(7s |{( ' . Manufacturing ( o.. Inc. • Radiomarine Corporation of America R.C. V. CoriuinnilcalioMs. Inc. • National Broadcasting Co., Inc. • RCA Institutes. Inc. Bausch Lomb is honored that its products are used bv the armed ftjrces of the United States BAUSCH LOMB OPTICAL CO. ESTABLISHED 1853 ROCHESTER, N. Y. In Ihr rii. ' ii uh..-.- nrunl- in tlii- l ' M2 ••||(. il .r " " an- lilliti;; trihul.- lo ih.- CiihA mililar in liluti( ll in the irl(l. we- — Ain.riia " - (ir-l pnMhir.r " of anolh.-r typo () ■ ■■|in %il .r. " ihr liH riini. Ir.nili nioil.ir PRESENT mm anil -aliitr tlir lliiuir of iIm- I nil Arniv. h i. v.w r j.il. ni tin- (n-M . . . am ours in llir Iniiil lin.-. l |in .lMrl i. n . . Id ua};i- a ciMirafiroii? , ni ir- .i -ilir li;:li I ' l.r Ur rnrrr. „( rrrriloin anil niak( -riurr l„rrv.r llir ni.ri.an «a of lilV a MACHIMRr COM.. YORK.p i On ll,r uiir Iront. m.ik.rs » . Ir. lull Murlur, . .Sii.ok.l.r.- I ' ..w.l.r Mix.r, . Murcrnlurk • Tiirpcilo I ' artii • Aiiinioniiini Ni- irulr IVrhctttiT!. • Kitchen Rakrry Eauip- mrnt for Army Navy Caiitonmenlsi (•alleys ■.r.--!a Soetii oml 1 Oislt to the United States JKitUatg c teatLemv THE B CORPORATION ContractOTi to the Lnitrd Slates Army. A«iv tinil Const Guard and Aircraft Enfiine Builder 136 WEST 52nd STREET, NEW YORK, NEW YORK La I APOINTE BROACHING MACHINES a„J BROACHING EQUIPMENT Tin: i. i ' iii ii: vi i:iii i:iiiiii. 1:11. Ill iisii . MASS i:iii.si: ITS 1 lii fei CLOVES SINCE 1854 REGULATION AT WEST POINT FOR MANY YEARS Daniel Hay Gloves yA W: M0 The HORSTMANN Uniform Company Officers ' Uniforms i and Equipment • • • • Horstmann Uniforms Are Your Best Investment Thcv arc outstanding tor their stvlc and comfort toi ether with real value for their price. TERPROOF MEANS Waterproof WHEN ALLIGATOR SAYS IT! No need lo worry abouc proivciion! Vuur AlliKaror ' ( waiirproof and ii will 5 waterproof. AlliKalor ' s famous waterproof process uses norubherand it assures a soft, pliant fabric that will not crack or deteriorate, .itihi weight, comfortable, xpertly tailored. so ra - hle hi depeiiJable water tpelltnl ji,ibjriliile Jahiks. he .MliKaior Co.,.Si. Louis ALLIGATOR because . . . IT ' S SURE TO RAIN " d- (Coronet CURDHET MILITARY UIVIFDRM CD. W OLFSON TRADING CO. 715 ni{() l) AY NEW YOHK. N. Y. hS i AHI.l.SHl. IJ MANUFACIURKRS OF Shirts and Pajamas for Officers Military Schools ' AwVnm imuu 2 JI ' MIS s| I, ' I I I, URUUKLVN, N. V. TAPS! I a-pal-to. au can Rvt these Imc sleepinj; h«Ks in ytiur choice ot dou n. wool, or Kapok tillini:. C hoosinjc the style and type of sleeping haK is not as impuriini as choosinn the label— be sure yours bears the TA-PATCO label. f,,ni .,cr„rr. Ai THE AMERICAN PAD TEXTILE COMPANY THE MAJOR ScUcI your Stetsons from the comp tle group of models il- lustrated in the folder of ' ■Footwear for Offtars- ' - available at yourPost Ex- change store. Model above is 1079. YOU ' LL NEVER AGAIN BE SATISFIED WITH SOMETHING " ALMOST AS GOOD " I NOT after you ' ve once owned a pair of Stetsons. Simply because Stetsons, beneath their smart, sur- face appearance, are sound right down to the core. In every smallest, most insignificant part of a Stetson Shoe there is no compromise with qual- ity. Everything that goes into them is the finest of its kind. That sort of intrinsic value must make itself telt in time. And it ahv.iys does — in the immediate comfort Stetsons give you, in their longer service (so that they actually cost ess to wear), in the way they fit and hold their shape to the very last. That ' s why " first time " Stetson wearers almost always buy again. One pair of Stetsons leads to aiiiitha-. And nowhere, in this countr) ' , is there a more loyal, more satisfied group of Stetson wear- ers than the officers of the Army. They know, from long experience, that you ' ll be money in the pocket in the end if you insist on Stetsons — re- gardless ot price. STETSON SHOES FOR MEN STETSON DEALERS OR STETSON SHOPS VULCANIZED SEAMS FORM CURED PAT. PROCESS U S. PATENT NO 127.683 100% WATERPROOF This label in a raincoat is your guarantee of a 100% waterproof garment of quality (jiiifmfl ' ' ()l) fte Over 26 Woolen ,:iJliasl ll UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY ROCKEFELLER CENTER • 1230 SIXTH AVENUE. NEW YORK CITY L How to Deploy and find Cover Proctfd to luinncks and (ihdtuhni tquiptiuut at the side vf flic hunk.. . lie flat... pull up your Aorth Stars... rest. Object ii e aeli iei rd ! Over 26 years ago, the North Star Woolen Mill CA)inpany was selected to supply blankets to the Academy point to remember when you have Blankets in a big assortment of colors, and has furnished them nearly every a gift to buy, or when you need weights and sizes. They ' re priced well year since. Rest assured that Uncle blankets for your own home. Most within range. North Star Woolen Sam made his choice with care... a department stores carry North Star Mill Company, Minneapolis, Miim. NORTH STAR BLANKETS HENRY V. ALLIEN CO S ccessors to Horsttnatiti Bros. Allien MAKERS OF ARMY EQUIPMENTS " THAT HAVE STOOD THE TEST SINCE IS15 " 227 LEXINGTON AVENUE (mco- Thirty-Fourth Street) NEW YORK CITY J 501 (Civilian and Military Clothing riNi: MAIS, iruNisiiiNCi WALLACHS I II I II AVI Nil SI (lUK Nine Stores or Men in the New York City area CITRIC ACID • r A II Y A K I C ACID r.MAS. PFIZEIt CO., INC. 502 The Warrenton Woolen Co. TORRINGTON, CONNECTICUT U! IF()RM CLOTHS -I % . ' ' - - ' ■ ' ■■ M sm . Standard Fabrics for the new Regulation Army Officers dark blue and sky blue dress uniforms. Also fine ciuality cloths for all uniform purposes. Cadet grays for Military Schools. %. t i SPECIFIED AND WORN BY THE CADETS OF UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY AT WEST POINT 503 Shenanqo Pottery Co. M.U ( SIl.i., P Manufacturers of Cadet Mess China Ftiriiisl ' eJ i IVathan Straiis-lluiiarquet Inc. 630 SIXTH AXENUE NEW YORK CITY Dcilcrs in Hotel, Restaurant anJ Institutional Equipment UNIFORMS SAM BROWNE BELTS Boots ) KORDS Shirts — ( ps KkI ' KKSKNTKI) AT THE VNM I. (;k I)i tim; ( l.VSS KXHIBII SINCK 1021 P- ' )l H I ' l HIOKlt II. l)l I ' l.tY AT ALL Mill r l{ Y POSTS ( II ii.tx.i I. SI n iirri:i on rf.qlf.st Q niform Company leovenworth, kg. ASSOriATFII lll.ll AIIV ST4»lli:S } V. .I)i kis«»ii lllvil. MIKAI.O. Il.l.. Compliments of Juseph M. Herman Shoe Co. looiw I- R sriM ' 1.11- ks lo W 1 S 1 i ' ()i 1 (. ' XDi ' .rs 504 O - »- »- » - » - » - » - » - » - » -»; - .» - » .» . ' »; - » - » - » - ;.«- « - « • «- « • « - « • « - « - «. «- «■ «. « . «. «. «. «. «. «. «, « . - DISTINGUISHED SERVICE TO U. S. ARMY EQUIPMENT SINCE 1890 THE GUARDIANSHIP OF GOOD EQUIPMENT IS A FUNDA- MENTAL OF THE ARMY. WE FEEL PROUD THAT IN THE PAST HALF CENTURY GRIFFIN POLISHES HAVE CONTRIB- UTED TO THE GOOD CARE OF FINE LEATHERS USED BY THE SERVICE. WE REGARD THE CONTINUING PREFER- ENCE OF THE ARMY FOR GRIFFIN PRODUCTS AS THE HIGHEST TRIBUTE. WE SHALL MAINTAIN THE QUALITY WHICH HAS EARNED FOR US THIS HONOR. GRIFFIN THE GREATEST NAME IN SHOE POLISH o-j» • » - » - » - » -j3 - » -j;j . - » - » - » •» -5» - » - » - » - - » -»C - «- «- « - « - « - « - «. - X - « - X- « - «• « - « - («• «- « ■ «- « - c ShDiverproufed Gabardine Trench Cuals For Ten Years London Wcathcrproofs, Inc. has been priM IcgcJ to serve in increasing numbers the mem- bers of West Point graduating classes. Our gabardine top coats and trench coats arc tailored by experts long experienced in the manufacture of gabardine garments. Varieties of materials arc available in different weights and shades, each Showerproofed bv a de- pendable process. The tailored comfort of a London Weather- proof garment assures you of an extreme K serviceable showerproof coat suitable for wc.r with uniform or civilian attire. DEHNER ' S Cl STi) MADE TO MEASi RE BOOTS FOR El ERY OCCASIOS Dress Semi-Dress Three Buckle Field Polo Jodhpur New Market Fox Hunting Sam Browne Belts and All Riding Accessories REQIEST LEATHER Sl ATCHES THE DEHNER CO., INC. OMAHA NEBRASKA Mililiin in(l ii ( jS S) " ■ ' ' liisi ' jiii.i .111(1 { ' ■ 5 1 ' ' ' - ; ' (|iii|iim ' iii. I .1 •;• Yor K SI R - 1 ( I- ' rf t,V ; H OK ) () - I R JV.S.-MEVER, INC, MvW OltK. . V. WHITE DRESS CLONES ri i: i.isi !■ n Ai.r nosr I ' l Kl UOOI, .s(H K. mi. I lU R w iNHHRi ki:rs Fi ' i.i, F. snio i n i.i. ' oo . swi riKS i; ' c Must ;.v. i7 D mjiiJi I ' . .f . Army St.iinl.irds CASTLE GATE HOSIERY and GLOVE CO., Inc. AM K)HRTH .WENUE, NEW YORK CITY t:. W. Siti)nuRV,Gf«fr. M.m.,i,,r .niul.nl„r,r . . . l-.iuhl,. :: • • itnfivrM I ' vvi • MuIhth uf i ' liiv I ' IoIIivh Army and Nii-vy Officers ' Uniforms Hand-tailored, according to official speci- fications, by experts in our own workrooms with the same exacting care for fit and finish that characterizes all our clothing. I ' ll,- riz it aurssorin, too. 13th street BUY WAR SAVINGS BONDS AND STAMPS RlHtSBROTHtRS INC. W YOK K iKTH STKEET Arrny Twills, Novy Drills, Morinc Suiting. Marine HcrrinKbone, Shirtings, Slack Cloths, Fine Broad cloths. Gabardines and Suitings. roni L, of fan l » K ullcr Civil uni cnid Militiir) TAILORS t BBEECHES MAKERS 485 Madison Avenoe • ' New York ul . ' »2iid Slr« ' ol FINE EQUIPMENT NEED (-)T BE EXPENSn ' E ' ou .IPC r.itcJ in the Service on your .ipix-.irancf and yt)u can adord the best. Vou will learn, that over a period of years, the finest will cost vou no more per i,ir .nul vou will h.ivc looked hetter .ill that ® Ihcfitu ' st Cap ill the Army v A SERVICE COMPANY INSURING THE OFFICER HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN UNITED SERVICES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WASHINGTON, D. C. ' . . . a niiirrvl itf I ' luniu ' vsMhm ami usvtulnvss. " vi:bsti:rsc()llegiate dk tiox rv lijth EJinoii Rc |iiircil of every incoming cadet. Get this handy volume for your pcnnnal library, or for use as a wedding or graduation gift. 1 10,000 entries, 1,800 illustrations; 1,W0 pages. Prices range from $J.W to $8.75 depending on style and binding. GET THE REST (i. . ( li ' MM v.M C,,, S|.ins(,i II I n. M sss " AT YOUR SERVICE if if If f NEW YORK CITY ED WALLNAU has gained the CONFIDENCE of all h;s FRIENDS in the CORPS and the ARMY. His LOYALTY and SINCERITY have made the PICCADILLY not a hctel but a HOME in New York for West Pointers and the Army. " The Cadets ' best friend in New York " extends a friendly welcome to the ORIGINAL CADET LOUNGE- not a promotion stunt, but Ed ' s lifetime hobby. %n 705 SPACIOUS ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH. SHOWER. RADIO Sp-rf„l Rales fo Arn y Men and Their Families lii Z PICCHDILL h SI lit H. I II SI W FS I III lUllUllW A M N VI) nil i:i n norl C q ii inn le if Sold at special rates to service teams by a reliable firm which has specialized in Athletic Outfitting for forty-four years. SEND FOR LATEST TAYLOR CATALOG 22 EAST 42 ST. NEW YORK LJiir Sincere Ulianhs to lie C laSA of 1942 U-or Ulieir f- a Iron age i Clas Kin. ' 1942 Miniature Ring 1413 Minialurr Hing 1914 Miniature Rin The dies for the Class Rings that we have made, as well as those of other Miniature Rings, and Class Crests of the United States Military Academy, are kept perma- nently on file in this Estahlishnient. THE SERVICE-BY-MAIL DEPARTMENT As a convenience to patrons who reside at a distance . . . inipiiries invited. THE NEW MILITARY AND NAIAL INSIGNIA CATALOG AND THE GIFT SUGGESTION BOOK SENT UPON REQUEST • l .al.lishr.l 1!W:2 • I2IK Chk-tm t StuicI ' T I ' llllVDKLI ' lll TIM. I.I. I)I (; ni.lT H1 M) N M. .IKWKLKR.S OF WIKHIC A sSsa. " -? ' ' .■)I2 You taste its quality COPYRIGHT 1941, THE COCA-COLA COMPANY 513 Cadet sy iY -Gors art... becaiist Ciorsart understands their rt- i|iiirements and preferences in civilian clothing - and spares no effort to insiirt their complete satisfaction. Also because (lorsart ' s prices accommodations help them save more money for use on fiirlo. l! YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SKRVICK TO CAOKTS Opni daily, imludinf; Saturdays, until 6.J0 p. m. (;() RSA RT CO M PA N V 317 MROADWAY. NKW YORK Manujacluren-biitrihulon 0 Fine Men ' s Clulhins • 1 1 HEADQUARTERS • in Boston THE PARKER HOUSE TRF.MOXT X SCHOCM. STREETS GlLNWOOD J. SlltRRARD Prtsidmt and Manaiini, Dirrcter i i t: First National Bi ink IIm.iii.vm) I ' m. is. 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EVERYWHERE YOU GO ' l ff 517 Aleet me UNDER THE CLOCK at the BILTMD R E • Special Room Rat es extendcti to faculty and students. • The College Department is ever ready to give you assistance. 1 The Hillmore has won the unique dis- _. tinciion i)f having the largest college " patronage in New York because of the thoughtful attention to college needs. The B ILTMD RE DAVID B. MULLIGAN, Presidtiit Madison Avenue at 43rd St., New York Direct tUiutor anil itiiiruuy connections uith CtTiinJ ( entr,il This name on writing paper ?neans w .iaf -STERLING ' ' does on silver.. For enei it!0)is, Eaton ' s Fine Letter Papers have satisfied discriminatiuq tastes. They are attractively sty led j meticulously made always correct. „. •. EATON ' S FIXE LETTER PAPERS 9 ' i $ PITTSFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS W e are proud have insured a lar e unuiher of the 1 42 Gr. idiiatin Class Throi ji h our epreseutative 1 Miss E ' ELV.V I. 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A Member of the Mutual Banki FunJ for the inwrance and pr ' iteetion in full of iteposits in Member Banis. .ALLOTMENTS .ACCEITED VCIUR S.A -|NGS .ACCOUNT INVITED B.ANKINt; RV M.AIL THE SEAMEN ' S BANK FOR SAVINGS 74 WALL STREET Chartered 1829 NEW YORK. N . Y. K« iiiliill llsiiiiiiii;]; liir4»ni|»sirsil»lo »4 rvi4M ' lhM»k AUTHENTIC AND BRIMFUL OF HUMAN INTEREST For Sale M the Cndoi Slot I ' lihUmhtTH :!.- I I ' oiirlli Av .%• %« Vork Thousands oi Copies Have Been Used by Cadets, Midshipmen and Navy Men as Gifts to Relatives, Sweethearts and Friends WEST POINT TODAY Ml Ih. ' r..l..rlMl III. ' of III. ' V. ' .i.l. ' iMN I. -i.r. ' .i.l ..II III.- iiiillior ' .- ' ..I.U.I-, in. ' lii.liiif; W. ' -i l ' ..iniV I rj.li 1 1..11.. i.-ii -hiii ; sysloni. -Iiriii. ' -. -.in;;... .Iwir-. in.ir.lii ' -. .Ii . ' iiiliii. ' . |iliy! ifal Iraillillj:. ANNAPOLIS TODAY I III ' miller i liilvi ' ii llir ii :li a Miil! lii| iiiairi lifr rriiiii hi? 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Hays, I ' resiilvnt MEMBERS Samuel (Joldwyn, Inc. Hughes Productions IjOE v " s, Incorporated Paramount Pictiires, Inc. Principal Pictures Corp. RCA MANUFAfrruRiNi; Company, b Reliance Pictiires, In ;. RKO Radio PurruRES, Inc. Hal Roach Studios, Inc. David (X Selznick Productions, Inc. Terrytoons, Inc. Twentieth Centi ' Ry-Fox Film ( " orp. United . rtists Corp. Universal Pictures Company, Inc. Vitagraph. Inc. Walter Wanger Productions, Inc. Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. (j itC G.H.Q. FOR FUTURE GENERALS In the " thick of the action " that ' s synonymous with New York, the Paramount Hotel offers Grand Hotel Quarters at Special Rates to Cadets. Its strategic location . . . with hundreds of theatres and other points ' of interest within strolling distance ... is an ideal starting point from which to begin your tour of the town. Every room on its 21 floors has a radio, private bath and circulating ice water. Popular Priced Coffee Shop Air Conditioned Dining Room Lounge • Bar A HOTEL OF DISTINCTION tfome of Billy RoNe ' N lliamond HorcteMhoe .Nf w York ' s Newest Recorcl-hreukiriB Night-(Miil HOTEL PARAMOUNT 46th STREET, JUST WEST OF BROADWAY }, TIMES SQUARE NEW YORK " — -F-f CHARLES L. ORNSTEIN, Manager B I THE YANKEE STADIUM Ami-rican League: Bashhaij, Ci.im or New Yc rk i:nwM n G. IUkihuv, l ' nu,lr„r I ' cila iflililat ' ii L olletic AccrcJited Military preparatory school in ticorjiia ' s most historic location. Best advantages Honor School Distinguished Alumni Inspiring Teachers Junior College Manual Training Preparatory Department Misic Department Junior School Championship Teams Catalog on Request Open September 10th (i.hil Year CoL. J. H. Jfnkin ' !, Pres. Milledoeville, Georgia The Healthy Hit Hardest! To step up America ' s striking power — we must all keep fit. Play hard - get exercise and re- laxation a few minutes every day- York Military Academy COR ' WALL-ON- HUDSON • NEW YORK The School of Distinction A Preparatory School where Military Training is emphasized as the best training for Civil Life and as a National Asset in times of Emergency. m COUmS WITH THE ARMV Regulation Military Academy Cuff Links with the name KREMENTZ are a symbol of correct style and fine quality. Year after year this quality becomes more and more apparent. Krementz jewelry wears well . . . does not tarnish BECAUSE it is made with an endur- ing overlay of ACTUAL 14 KARAT GOLD. AND WITH ARMY MEN IN aVlilAN CLOTHES, JOOl Jewelry of KREMENTZ QUALITY . . . correct for KREMENTZ CufT Links Collar Holders Tie Holders Pocket Knives Watch Bands Key Chains Jewelry f o r G e nt 1 e men Prices rang e from JI.OO to $25.00 KREMENTZ i CO. 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In all, the Red Cross last year helped 264,382 service or ex-service men and their families sur- mount pressing economic obstacles, iron out per- sonal problems and prove valid service-connected or service-incurred claims for compensation or hospitalization. In time of war the American Red Cross is con- ducted under the Treaty of Geneva, to which 61 other nations are signatories. Because the Red Cross acts for the people it is supported by them. Its work for the armed forces and for veterans is financed through the membership of millions who join at the time of the annual Roll Call, held each year between . rmistice Day and Thanksgiving. Cojfiplimoit.s- of Tii.Avi;ii- i;i.T I ' l ' iii)Ti;i, on the II. s. viii.iTAnv ni;. ' i lilUATin l! ' lt I ' llllll, N.Y. 1 Fi R i ' i ' K OOF- REASON A BL !• R A T E S I.WII.S . . 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