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RICHARD MARK WEINSTOCK H-2
Laurelton, New York
How could anyone ever forget "Wonderful Weino?" The mold for his
four years at Woo Poo was set his first semester here, Straight from
Fun City and one of the tribe, Weino was home lour times before plebe
Christmas. Four years left Rich holding his diploma in one hand and the
keys to TR-6 in the other.
Ski Club 2, 15 French Club 4, 3, 2, Fine Arts
Forum 3, 21 Jewish Chapel Choir 4, 3, Geol-
ogy Club 2, o ,,
CHRISTOPHER TONNESON WESTFALL I-4
Hard to pick out in a side view of I-4, Chris stood out as our leading
exponent of what the Corps ought to be. A good friend and hard
worker, he linally showed his intelligence by rendering his services to
the Air Force. Their gain is the Army's loss.
Chess Club 4, 2, Custodian 3g Ski Club 2, 1, French Club 2: Engineering Forum 1.
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FRANCIS E. WEISS H-3
Hailing from the city of Philly, this carefree basketball player brought
with him an assortment of qualities. His sincerity and honesty have
proven him a true and lasting friend. Those who serve with Frank will
indeed be fortunate.
Basketball 4, 3, 2, 1.
ROBERT LARS WELO H-2
Wood River, Illinois
Bob's hard-working nature set an example for us all. He was the ulti-
mate source of poop, and the only man ever to carry his slide rule to
Soc classes for luck. "Wheels" was also a regular at Morning Devotion.
and helped brighten up a 0730 chapel formation with his faith,
Russian Club 2, 15 Riding Club 4, 3, Engi- 1 ,L 3'
-neering Forum 4. --
JOHN FRANCIS WHALEN E-2
Vihth his prescription, "thers's never enough," Whale easily became
one of the "Dogs," His ability in all areas of endeavor was matched
only by those at "VWllies." A connoisseur of the aesthetic.
Hne Arts Forum 3, 2g Military Affairs Club 2,
Goat-Engineer Football, SCUBA Club 2.
NORMAN JOSEPH WHITE F-1
Norm came to us from Opa-Locka, Florida with an uncanny ability for
doing well in everything and a smile that wouIdn't quit. Second only to
his love for his fiancee, Janet, is Norm's desire to fly. None of us will be
able to forget Norm's golden Florida tan, the long awaited letters from
his girl, and his songs of Opa-Locka.
Fencing 4, German Club 4, 3, Aero-Astro , V ,
Club 3, 2, 1.
FIRST SERGEANT ' '
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RICHARD THOMAS WEEKS D-4
Stone Mountain, Georgia
Rich was quiet, studious, and always ready when help was needed.
"Herr Veeks" had a unique ability to get just the right combination of
work and sleep and very often managed to mix the two. His industrious-
ness and sincerity will always be his greatest, most remembered assets.
German Club 4, af Military Affairs Club 4, 3,
2, Hne Arts Forum 4, 3. 1 il i 'fel .lilij
SEQGEANT ::1f.-ga: .
GEORGE WILLIAM WEIGHTMAN C-4
Eden Mills, Vermont
A true Green Mountain Boy, Ben considered West Point a tour year
break from reality and a place to stay between leaves. Nevertheless, he
managed to lunge his way into the Century Club as well as his class-
mates' hearts and minds.
Fencing 4, 3, 2, Captain 1, German Club 4,
35 Geology Club 3, 2, Outdoor Sportsman's
Club 25 Goat-Engineer Football: Behavioral
Science Club 2: Century Club.
FRED ELMER WEIDERHOLD, JR. C-4
Fort Bragg, North Carolina
The "Weides" somehow always "put it all together." FUN came tirst,
academics last. But how could one explain those high grades? A triend
you could always turn to and an understanding person, his great per-
sonality and attitude toward lite will lead him to success.
Soccer 4,' Protestant Chapel Choir 4, 3, 2, 1,
Glee Club 2, 1,' French Club 2, 1,' German
Club 2, 1: Behavioral Science Club 3, 2, 1. o 0
HAROLD EDWARD WEINBERG ll G-4
From "The Land oi Lincoln," Hap knew enough memorized pat
responses to last a lifetime. Ever willing to cheer you up and help you
out, Harold's future "is a cloudless sky . . . " He'll ride his Sears 50-cc
into the sunset!
SCUBA Club 3, 2, 15 Slum and Gravy 3, 2. 'sxlxglff'
SERGEANT J 'X
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WILLIAM TAYLOR WHITE B-3
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Through four years at West Point, Willy has taught us the value of
friendship. AAA, the Pointer, and the fair sex have kept him busy. In
spite of this, he has been an asset to Woops and will be to the Army.
Sunday School Teacher 4, 3, 2, 1, Pointer 3, W'
2, Sales Manager 1, AAA Photographer 4, 3, 62 Q
MICHAEL DAVID WILCOMB C-3
The lights burning late in C-3 inevitably belonged to MD, our Fighting
Cock from the thriving metropolis of Whitefish, Montana. A charter
member of Club 41, Mike has a talent for collecting things like library
books and casts. MD is a true friend and the years ahead should bring
him fortune and success.
Dialectic Society 4, 3, 2, 1, Photo Seminar 2, D, I K 0
1, Pistol Club 1, Bowling Club 4, 3, spanish Q fi
Club 3, 2, 1, Ski Club 3, 2, 1, Cardinal New- 4 Q
man Forum 2, 1. .Q I K 0.
ANDREW J. WIDLAK F-3
Lackwanna, New York
Drew is one of the most easy going guys that we have had the pleas-
ure to meet. His claim to fame, however, is his unique sense of humor.
It made life among those grey walls just e little more bearable. For this
we thank him. "Squid" will not soon be forgotten. .
D'ir'soa'iy4,a,2,1,ci 4 0
AI?a?rif,cniiIZse Club 4, 3. on emporary fx
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CRAIG DOUGLAS WILDRICK C-2
While continuing to add to his family's "Long Grey Line" of West
Pointers, Craig exhibited that ceaseless drive and untailing dedication
which earned him not only command of the company, academics, and
athletics, but also our friendship and respect.
Goat-Engineer Football, Cross Country 4,
CAPTAIN 0 -1
TERRY EUGENE WIESE G-3
Terry, matured by two years in college and one in the Army and
poop school, came knowing what he wanted, Staying one step ahead
of the academic depanments, he unfalteringly lived his family motto of
"We Never Quit." The Army gains a fine ofticer.
Volleyball Team 2, Wce President 1, Goat-
Engineer Football, Lutheran Discussion '
Group 4, 3, 2, French Club 4, 3, 2, Military f 0
Affairs Club 3, 2.
RICKY D. WILKERSON B-2
Rick "Rhithead," famous for his adventures with the West Point can-
non, came to us as a farm boy from Iowa. Wrestling was his first love,
Corvettes his second, and academics his last. Always ready to accept
any challenge, he will long be remembered as a friend to all his class-
Wrestling 4, 3, Soccer 2, Debate Council
and Forum Custodian 2, Brigade Wrestling
Champion 4, Outdoor Spor1sman's Club 1,
Ring and Crest Committee 4, 3, Regimental
Representative 2, 1.
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