United States Naval Academy - Lucky Bag Yearbook (Annapolis, MD)

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"Mi: Hutch. how do they transport nitro-glycerinc?" Hntty, after three minutes of deep thought: "lYith care, sir," "XVhat is the height of the barometer in that problem, Mr. Parmelee?" Jack: 'Sixty inches, sir." "Sixty inches! XVhat does il barometer usually read?" "lYhy, it sometimes goes down to eighteen inches." The inquiring Shrimp: "NVhy do they put leather hulls in shrzipnel?" -i"XVhat is the reason for using nitro-glycerine in the recoil cylinders ?" "Mr, Gillette, who supplies ammunition for the broadsicle guns?" The Frog, suvvily: "The ammunition hoists, sir? Hatch, this time discussing small arms practice: "If the sun is out when the tiring commences, and afterwards goes in, the range will be affectedg and likewise if the sun is not out and afterwards goes in. it will make tl difference." I Z Po Ro! - Pn Rnl 4 Ro! Rn? fPo - Pnl 1 er i - 9 1133 E 3 Rn? - Ro? 3 Rn? - Ro? rl ,-25' A gf!- Lfpv' '51, xg? Ze -is vf - 17 J vmaz iifji w UEUT COMMQNDQQ A ST c SPMTH umm corummwomicvswyom LILUT givdns Coxe, LIEUT O W FOWLKR LIQUT c: C soma JR LIQUT A rn mow UEUT IC QDOGBRT uwr cs cfifavi-5 LIEUT M FENCE, QRUTCIGB vv Lcnxfqrzmg ffAN xx f ll ' x , in ff I7-A -1 'X Ip .XX , ff ,L , C'--IP X 1 D .' - XY X Q 4-P-3 X 1 Xa13,s-"-J',,,j" - R " C51 x XXV - .W -N , f " X X : 10" Q I + 'xi ' 1- S ,uJnm6EK I5 1 A ,,,xxxjl'gL1'1i,,57Q ii, N -- 'I f E V . . . , . 5, D W .x. .f-15,11 . , . . is "i-U'- L Afgff ! N1 f u L . X gg 1gggg g w w F If ' X M J! X T M' K' ,Ls T' X k L x X ik DEPARTMENT OF NAVIGATION THE NEW NAVIGATION Junkin, discussing sextant errors: HA sextant runs either fast or slow, and in order to correct the sextant error, remove the plate glass face and insert the key in the proper slot, turning toward F or S as the sextant is slow or fast." Leo, with Teutonic determination: ttThe interval between tides is IQ minutes and Q5 seconds." Peck: "Listen, young gentlemen, whilst I elucidate this obscure prob- lem. Ah! there you have it-clearly, beautifully, concisely, and succinctly de- fined. But what now, Mr. Daughtry? You appear rather sceptical, eh-what ?" I BIadam: '6Well, sir, I would not have it appear that I am over-eredulous, but I am open to eonvictionf, Peck: "lIy dear young man, have you not yet grasped the fundamental principles Q.- of this wonderful subject? Faith is the J foundation for much of scienceg the present generation should not expect to improve on ' 1 the philosophical conclusions arrived at by ' v ,, Newton, Alcihiades, Euclid et aliis. You N sf' 5 I must not defy the tenets of these famous I ' , it M, mathematicians, for even in this e1'a of A P 'V ,A U progress and enlightenment they form the df Xgw' , A basis for all scientific thought, study, and , investigation.-i Mr. Mathews, will you I' 'lg , 5 'f 2. .k fi kindly refrain from the ernicious vandalism ' ' X ' A 1 ki I I r I of destroying that slip W y 'fs ' . Gugerty: t6There are three methods of 3 M id ai measuring time: these are CU Local 1Iei.n Time, 75th Meridian Time, and CSD Greenich Blean Timef, 19 i f g OP'LDYLl1O,STkCl1NLf RT COPLDRVJ G CHURCH uwT.R.xxOWwPN QQUT F VXCOWWOM QQUT, D lgiovvgqo QLUT. QQ Oarg, QLUTA W b.DE,CxU'xQ URUTAE,f5.Rcz0T UUJT vJE,vxmxL kXlvT'W.lJ'RllDEkL URUT' HG VUKREK uwrxiw ri Nmq IJQUT may V19 Qoemfsobf QEUT 3 Dmronf Q. LIHUT U63 RR PIDBNM mum v rg COVLPJ LJRUT Um 11r9Conu1,Y Qipr. UG! Fgwvbouxiao Qin' may W3 HONQ NEUTA WCB C5 PDBVO QQUT UG! Cry j',FfEPPLg,R UUJT, cm CC suywov mum frewm-Coaw-If ?QoF.T 0. joyfoouxf 'VLBCVQ' VLBX, OGT DEPARTMENT OF MARINE ENGINEERING AND NAVAL CONSTRUCTION CRANKS AND ECCENTRICS Shanty: "The 1'udder should be well protected, and is usually placed below the water line." Scrubby: "Natural ventilation is employed on the upper decks and super- structuref, lIcFruiters: gbTllCt1'lllIt is a welding compound used for quick repairs. It consists of two parts iron filings and one part alinionyf, Lap and Lead: "Now, gen-tel-men, this question of the lahp and the lead of a valve will conie up on nearly every exalnnination from now until you take your licutenant-connnahnder's exalnns. I will explain it to you so you cahn't ever forget it. "Now, gen-tel-men, on the sketch we hahve the lahp. No, by George! It7s the lead. No, let ine see-it's the lahp-and it cahn't be anything but the lahp. 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I- III. .- :I--I -..,,, r- -I.-'-I:rIIIs -.:.f'-'--n ......mr---' I ...-M42 r NGK - .fc :W ,- I .iff- I L l ,, 3 DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY REACTIONS Cutey Bray: "The difference between a hydroxide and hydrogen mon- oxide is that one is OH and the other is HO? "Mr. Vaill, what is a 1H?11'1OlHE't6'1'?,, Wally: HA manometer, sir? Why, a mano-meter is a modern mechanical appliance for measuring men." HEAT One form of heat is that of a confused oscillatory disturbance of the particles of a bodyg in virtue of this molecular movement, a body may appear to our cut.aneous sense of heat fa sense quite distinct from that of touchj to be more or less hot or warm, or in the converse case, it may, on account of the absence of this movement, appear cold. It is the only form of heat for the perception of which we are endowed with special sense organs. We do not directly perceive the undulations of radiant heat, but When the sun shines on us, heat Waves strike the skin, throwing it into vibrations, and the sensible heat of the skin, and not the radiant heat of space, affects the appropriate nerve-centers by communicating its oscillations to the nervous system. Teurt Book on Physics. O-B Hull: uThe interior of the calorimeter is coated with enamel to defeat radiation." 25 Q 57 NVQ- ' g,-lv "1 - '- -.-1.-v --A . . . L12 ,?'J:Ff4F5fb'-4'1?f?'fl4'f'i'Ei'if-MEFS--':'Ii5-ni1:1.'?9:,i'f:P LUZTPET?'ff'1'3x1f"'-v1:+-:'w11-5-- Av-o'-:Q---w---N :fr-' V - -. - .V .. . , I. V. . - . E-f 1. '. ..ee':'-1-I f U: -ll' 1 I, Q5 ' vw - - 4 , A - fe ' " rm a.. L 'Etc .Rf , ,. gn ' R xi. I A , l fe161 . A Y '.: f , -f 4 . ,J . ' - - ' 1 ,f ,,,,.,.-1 Zw .4 ' ' - ' , fig'-1.-11 .- Ra: '- K " , , ' 3 ' V L7-C' ' ' ' -. - ff- link 4 "?1Q,, , - - 017051-alw. 702517 ' w 44.1115 ' I' Q I fr , -xx. , . ' , Y , ', Wm, ' ,. P, .77 UMD!-?. -L BR0Nq50ff-- - 1 , . -' '- -"2 Y' "5'7' 1 - 'Z ' " " -' ' . ' , ' Alf-Zl!7I GF ZVERL1 ., -L , .M ,- ' In ' A ' "w ,Lf.f:,w:A. vMfSfAf-Q5 -X ,1 . V - V - , Tv. .V N ,I F A, . 53 1- rw' it! gg 111.3 If riff 1 rg. Z: 90, Qi HE. 'E 1'4- uii 59' fa' if Fu? -H. 'QE E'-C 131:-S Ti? 1255 151 ETQ 125 'iff sf: 9 s 1 l .......!. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING HYSTERESIS Julianic Wit. Prof: 4'How is torque measured?" ' Pret: 6'Torque, torque? Why, torque is measured in ohmsf, Prof: '6Well, what is a megohm P" Pret: 'GI don't know that, sir." Prof: 4'It,s a million ohms. Now, whatis a Coulomb P" Pret: uThat's a thousand ohms, sirf' 'IRI12 Keisker, how would you measure the resistance of that coil of wire P93 The Dutchman: 4'I,d put current in one end and see how much came out the other." 1 W 5 Pwmlz Q: I I Q f N i-J ' T-ra A 5' k lf - ff! I I 0 I u x QD 27 Seaman Jack Kates: "The eflieieney of a tele- phone eireuit is increased hy the use of ear cushions on the receiver, provided that the ear Cushion does not keep the receiver any further from the ear than it is possible to get itf' Palmer: HThere are three kinds of Conduct- ors-liquid, solid and semi- solid." 6.NJ5Row N f :PLBUR N.ORRl5A VWOSTEVENQ U C173-,vfALDEN ' ' mst HE :CRA FFT HJ FENTON I NSIC11,-FOSTER 1NriL.Qi PCOLEMAN .,,aA.EwEsTcoTr C. 7 fs .7 ..-g5 RL"A':L ' 1 'v ' 3' I '- JC Oo ,ZF I X, f X ,Q A W. -B 'N lla! i,,,,.. DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH FIGURES or SPEECH Question: W1'ite sentences containing the following words and phrases Fume, smug, cheek by joiwl, on tenter hooks, quahn, boo1', vixen, haggle, salient residue, jeopardy, inveigle. Answers, from various sources: She fuinmed up at once. She hagle as if she was sick. She smugged him in the end. Considerable qualm was cast over Eliza as the justice of the peace arose. A considerable qualm was stirred up over the parson,s marriage. He smugged him one after a hard trial. He bought vixen red cloth. His continual presence haggles me greatly. I did not say it as a smug to you. His talking will cheat you by jowel. This must be done on tent or hooks. The on tenter hooks were undergoing a great strain. His check by jowl was amazing. She qualmed before his ugly looks. "My son is a vixenf' ex-claimed Mrs. Smith. They boored him so much that he finally gave in. The light in the to-wer window was not salient. This glass is not very inveigle. I prefer this residue because it is more easily reached. The jeopardy was loud from the dance hall. 29 f .W ' V 4" . ,ff 4 1 f , V, ,giiij 52 7!XQ?Qf?5'7 " FR. ef: A 5 4 ' Jf 7355 3' H -'gf 'fi .f A ' ' '+-.' 'L . 1 5: -' " ff 3 X X fxff' 7 .,.iw 4: dam. , 0,271 ff Xi,f:2,1Zff, , , 4. ?2fff!f,f! COIWVBHNDKR ABHQFF f w.P,.cm55FoRD,JR. INSTR GACOSTET , 'l i ,gf5 53LmeuT.QJ,c3 AT, DEAUEQQARD umsm. FW Morzmsow Q f?'fPROF.H.ENR1 mAR1oN INSTR. AFERNANDEZ gif' i 'PROP Cv CUSACHS lNsTR.w.E. OLNET PI DESGARENNES INSTR. RH. BoNmLLA INOT INSTR. M.A.Co1.ToN I X Z Z 2 fx ,ff f 17 fffzif ' X7 K ff 2 Sf X X M J BL7 ETH' DEPARTMENT OF MODERN LANGUAGES DES ANECDOTES Ferdic: "M'sicu Doylu, what 111011115 'pou1l'f1'1'y?' ' Red: "Je ne suis pus, lHOl1SiCll1'.u Fcrdicz nvvlltltg Not know wlmt IIIUELIIS 'po11Ht1'1'y?' l1l1L'Cl'kL'l1STl'2Lb- its-and goose l" Hudson: "Sir, I have El dclzxycd cx:1111i11:1tio11 to tuku in this s11bjcc"f for 77 lst month. Prof: "VVzLt ces the IIYLHIC, plCQs0?" Mike: "Hudson, sir." Prof: "WTC-H, you will bc 1l0fCL'lCiCd won to fzlkc uct." Miko: "Bcfo1'ol1:111d P" 31 La LccTvra U1 - Costellafvs- 1 3 I. LT- A- XV- FITCH, PII!!-Y5f"ll Tfffilllllfl P. A. Sum. R. NV. 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J' When Academy life is o'er, When the thoughtless days are done, And we hit the different trails oier land and seag When the deeper lines are growing 'Neath the shaded lamp, or sun, And we wash the second buoy hard aleeg When we grip the straining tiller, When we grate the sunken reef, And the lights we thought would lead us fade and failg When the sombre skies are lowering, When the crested combers seethe, And the scorning voices mock us through the galeg When the summer turns to autumn, When the first faint frost appears- Just a tinge of scattered gray ahere and thereg When we round the homeward buoy Toward the path of all the years, And we hear the rock-perched siren call "Beware!"g When weire beating up the harbor, Scuppers down beneath the foam, With our sails a little weather-worn and frayed, We will cast a golden blessing ln the gathering of the gloam, O'er those distant days of loyal friendship made. -A CADEMY BULLETIN 38 I Fil 'Y A h in L'-evzfg., . -1 gi - rxxk 4 I dw' fb r U, , v L"x xy! stil ily' Q 3 Z CLASS ES 1712, V ' wiv ' '- "'SC:1-ZW'-0' ' hx 15' Tw 5151155 if it ,QV fi N 'ff f , i , b 4. 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N 5 i 'li I n"' Rafi! f 1 I WV 56515 ,W S' til Y?ll'lPF'l'- 1' Kliwj ' ' fire . lik, 527 ' A 72 lr, 'ii CL !7 t Venus Lacrosse Numerals, Sharpshooter-Ex- gf pert, Manager Lacrosse Team, In- Ffuxfig terclass Sailing-Second Prize 3-2 if Christmas Card Committee, Lucky Bag Staff, Three Stripes -Four Stripes li Sl? " LASS Leadahs, Take Chahge!" E The decidedly Bostonese accent of this hale and hearty Beanlander c betray at once to the casual observer Venus's New England origin. His .vi 9 ' 1 xy' -lf V ,E ffl. Kr c 4 0.-2 3 li A. if-. ,,. Us F3 E- ily? Q Fixx , .. 2. i " 2,21 H l ,,,l s lf" Y 5. If ',,, :Z 1 iiigiffl' -ji ff 3 1' '-,A , :lf ,:,- ' - fry- ' if 1 C Y: Up 'ft "aw v Q less cultured classmates never tire of mimicking him. As the headlines of this biography show, Venus has almost as many sides as a duodecagon. If desirous of knowing a certain phase of his nature not shown on this record, however, the curious i e i s l it til A it 3 if tl Qt ie should ask Andrews about the time when Venus tried to kiss him good-night. First class cruise the "Abba" was launched into the social vortex at Newport. A more recent dissipation is evidenced by his membership in the Anne Arundel Hunt Club. Venus is quite a favorite with the discipline officers, whom he entertains with his brilliant con- f ' versation at the staff table. However, the "O, C.," who once noted in Venus a "marked resemblance to Mr. Hoard," no longer has a grease with the First Batt's four striper. Blessed with a breadth of education unusual in candidates for the U. S, N. A., 6" C Abbott is a savoir of the first water. And, though V 'll all the boys delight in running him about his Eng- lish accent and manner, every one of them will tell you that he is a man wholly capable, full of energy, and well worth knowing. "Well now, by jove!" 42 b X NN if L X lillllaumiaunlggg iii ii Zieunarh Buhert Qgrell Superior, Wisconsin . 'A' Tig., ,, ' In I 2 , ul wg... "Big Ben" Crew N, Football Numerals, Baseball Numerals, Clean Sleeve BIG BEN-his only resemblance to an alarm clock is his name. Three achievements mark the Swede's career: Qlj he passed the entrance examinations: Q2j made the Varsity Crew, and Q3j graduated-but we anticipate. Ben has always had a close race with the 2.5, but he makes his best time when a lap behind, and finishes the heat neck and neck. His attention to this form of racing has turned his energies from the aquatic sport, and the crew has been deprived of a strong oar. If you want the straight dope about Agrell, ask Austin what was in that sling. As Ben is big and slow of movement, with a parallel motion walk, his good nature is well tried by many jokes. When he has no Scandinavian repartee handy, he calmly spanks the offender and plods on. "Do you see that, Mr. Agrell? 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X f .Hi '- ta f' x K ' Q 4 V N fl 1 x I-.L ' r x r Y 'Q George Qngell Qnbretns F . Grand Haven, Michigan 5 i S, I .p S 5 9 Q 5' 'i PM Q-Yeo ZX Armagh Q 'YD' Z fi 45? f X 1' L I s "George" k "Buddie" if i. k , Editor-in-Chief Lucky Bag, Class Ger- ,-J , man Committee, Four Stripes, Star 4-3-2-1 MALL in stature, savvy, and highly efficient: self-sacrificing, conscientious an d 53 zealous in any work he undertakesg possessed of a strong moral character, fw'i with the courage of his convictions-this is George. Those who know him, respect and admire himg to know him well is to possess a friend of sterling worth. zllx Perhaps the weight of so many virtues has caused his "beam knees" to warp, but if- Aft, we can safely say they are the only bits of crookedness about him. To correctly interpret the "regs." and give a "square deal all around" has been ,E if, his aim at all times. To hold down four stripes, edit the Lucky Bag for 1913 and I ,.v gf A , 'E at the same time keep up an enviable record in the class room has been part of his Latin af task during fi r s t fri- class year, which he l f am i has done with the usual cheerfulness and ability. Since his class ring disap- peared we s o m e- t i m e s w o n d e r whether the end of his Naval career is nearer than the far- l if i mg 1 x V , ' away look in his .1-frm' a eyes. 'f "Well, se here, f' George," whether in or out of the ser- vice, 1913 w i s h e s you luck. 'M WE? gil? vi 413 52355 EBM . .aj iw l-72 wr id My ,A af: if 1' 4 'Vs ' gi l? E555 .,, rf ., .title l no lil W Q. L R .E l .1 at 1 E, Ei vii t. r. 'iv ' Z f.,-iq, K3 we-vu .2 as Kill '1 lg. it-e E 'rl s -p.. 1 1 'l i 4 K3 'Nfl ,w Y ,, Q 'XE-5' x Q? ty, W.- M l l l l l l g 7 H n P - Y iii wT llignn igriggs Qrh Czark, Alabama I.. 5.1, ,.a, ,.,aa W mf . f - I lCLig,On79 X Rhino 4-3-2-1, Clean Sleeve HIS hot-headed Southern lad ought to have been a state politician instead of a naval officer, and is never happier than when he is discussing tariff revision or free trade with some of the Smoke Hall athletes. He regretted deeply that the First Division of the Fleet did not go to Baltimore for the Democratic Conventiong for Ligon was Third Alternate Delegate from Alabama. Our introduction to "Lee John" came early Plebe Summer, when he won fame I in a night by falling head first into the moat in an attempt to french out. He has never recovered from the shock received from this fall, the best proof of the fact being his inordinate desire to "bluff the prof," even when he knows his subject and doesn't have to bluff. Ligon is a peculiar combination of the dreamer and the wide-awake citizeng and if asked, would Find it hard to decide whether Browning's Poems or the New York Sun appealed most to his literary taste. The Senor possesses that tenacity of purpose often accredited to the bull- dog. The First month of second class year found him badly unsat in three important subjects. Instead of letting things slide, he boned night and day for the rest of the term-with the re- sult that he is still able to write "Midn., U. S. N.," after his name. "Well, now, see here: with the Dem- ocrats in power-" 445 Q 5 "Lee John" S I fa we Sal E5 E " ' if gf, ,H I M f, ef-' ,R if 14 F 'Ti 'il 1,1 f .f" 2 Swag . Ax' IE, I, J l SKC' x Q, gel 125 ? X W t K, ,J ,f Q f r 'i '14 KI, 4 'ft Q, 2 ,' :Zi z -, V , V la . sf f,, 1. 1 M. 1, , . N5 .ff ,ffftgfi g.p ig fr fn.-V . P. if 42 1331 7 ,-'Vf WC iz.,,s,M It Yugi, ,fa it ,Qxx .,, bg x fag Ji- :S iff hw ff, iff: is D 'fi TM 1 Y- Q 1 3, 125 95 , . 'z 5.r.,f5 ilknpmunh Qssrrsun Brooklyn, New York lllllmiW? 'iiiiiiii 1.i'?iX.. 9 Zac s i- ,-.. at W ,xx wi' .1 if Q lllll It ig lllllllllxua i'lli'l33ll'l 'f'ifymiiiy'1 1 'H 1"" ll ' in :ll-fq 2.1 rvlli. XI li- -'I 'rg t-we S' llllllfiillflilll will i l ,I Hole!! CCRagS97 "Jack" "Ramon" Track N, Pole Vault Record, Mal de Mer 3-2-1, Buzzard ATE in Plebe Summer one of the gentle zephyrs of that fervid time wafted into our midst a tall, slightly built, intellectual looking chap, who quietly minded his own affairs and gained but little atten- tion. But when track season came around, and he gently , ,. wafted himself over the cross bar at a higher mark than any yet set by an Academy vaulter, Asserson came right into the limelight., If he could go at the Semi-Ans with a vaulting pole, he might stay in that charmed circle the year round, but the necessity of hard training in this branch of sport makes him more or less of a recluse. i TJSIAV With terra Erma beneath his feet, Ole is as jaunty a midshipman as was ever the proud Scion of a long line of Navy ancestors. In his early years at the Brooklyn Navy Yard he used to throw snowballs at Admirals of the Line because his grandpapa was an Admiral of the Engi- neers, His quaint and original humor crops out in other unexpected flights of fancy, until there comes the fatal day of embarkation. That is no joke. Can you imagine anything more miserable than a sufferer from chronic stomach trouble making a fifteen-day passage of the stormy Atlantic on a coast-defense battleship? Rags stuck to the service through the agonies of three summers, and you never saw a brighter smile than he wore on August 30th, 1912. It seemed to indicate that hereafter he will serve his country on a more stable element. 46' lilll.An ggAlnlmi Cibarles ilmnell Ziustin Philadelphia, Pennsylvania V265-up C N4 X . il i fffljl "Chub" "Singe" L'Ginger" ' Sam" "Langford" "Chubasco" "Owsteen" 6 B Football N-2d, Baseball N-2d, Athletic, Representative 3, Clean Sleeve ' E DRINK to Austin! He is a man who believes with Chamfoft ' ' that "the most completely lost of all days is the one in which we I have not laughed." Chub's ability to smileand to make others smile has won him a friend in every man who knows him. In fact, to know him is to like him-it's contagious. If you would howl with laughter, watch Chub's antics at recitation, when he draws a slip about which he knows nadag or lean over the rail as the steamer shoves off, and see him finishing his toilet on the gangway. In his famous role as the Liberian Midshipman, Ginger has afforded us wholesale amusement throughout the course. The Singe has so many nicknames that even Berrien, talking his fastest, couldn't say 'em all in half a day. As an athlete, Chub's work has not been of the lime-light variety, but he is one of those husky hustlers who build up Navy teams. Often it was only the lack of a 2.5 that deprived him of first team honors. Always unsat, never unhappy, absolutely goatless, the best of comrades for a fight or a frolic-rise, gentlemen-I give you Chub Austin! 47 .-.-Q.-.W-W-..-J-W-:J ll .av .5 I N ' N . ,., Em Q H s 4 ' Y' C T '- li' -,."" " . C . 113 Af ii. V 1 hi: Tiwm- if-J-TL-1 me . -nh An 1 in L af' aiggiiffigf. W Q . 'L I if 5 5 wg 23222, Inman lies Babbitt Z Q 'KK I1 Houghton, New York lzfUl4 1 i P li: 1, 13993 ,., 'UM -' Ute it ' 99 1 Rabbit "Shad ' S259 "Cub" 4 1 4 Y. l ,. ,E ig jj ,Q Q EJ- 552' f iw Qui .iff Em. ld-'af ffuhf ll W 5 1 F' V .J rg ,A f ,r J' f i 5 . I . w 1 I 1 J, J Captain Wrestling Team WNT,We1ter- Weight Wrestling Championship, Red Mike 4-3-2-1, Clean Sleeve -Buzzard HIS young man started life on the wrong track, and was steaming full speed for the pulpit, when-fortunately for the Naval Service land also for the divinej-the switch was thrown, and he left a seminary to enter the U. S. N. A., sorted out from the sheep to be cast in with the goats. The Blue Book is now his Bible, and Tecumseh is his shrine, but when occasion de- mands, he can deliver an old-time sermon in strict orthodox style. Being blessed with a broad beam and rela- gg g tively small displacement, he launched into a career on the wrestling mat. It has been most successful for him and correspondingly disas- trous to other craft in those waters. Captain Babbitt is now in command of the entire squad- ron. Unversed in effete accomplishments, nor gifted with terpsichorean grace, he discredits fussing as the last resort of those who cannot stand their own company. Aside from his friv- olity as the original fire-eater, the Rabbitt is a serious-minded youth, with an occasional dreamy, distant gaze. Knowing what this portends, we still hope that he will avoid the traps laid by a scheming world, and stay with the Navy. "No, sir, I admit nothing." 448 1? vu, 1 if as .- at 'fl ff rims. gm' -Q w :gifv 0 is . A 9 i 5 rt Q i mlb . 2 JF . Ni ru-' xy faq,-Al - - Q., sh! I 4 , e wie u.3 :f sr Fbftitj ir , 'lx ffl ,ft lt. G Q '!4E 5l Qi 1l l QQQQQ Uihcnnas tbugertp Zgerrien E1 Paso, Texas as Ei N 9 X ,g WWI ., ci , MG- owe-G-ONE who would rather be dressed in the latest style than be President, and who ' ' believes in "system" almost as devoutly as does the "Rat." He indulged both ' ' T GUGERTY-a light-hearted youth from the land of alfalfa and sagebrush, 0 of these hobbies on First class cruise: "Flag Rank" was the Gug's motto, and his white uniforms showed it-from the flattened cap, like that of the Flag Lieutenant, to the Hossiest buckskin shoes on the market. When he was Mate of the Deck his sys- l ' tem of "messengers," "reliefs" and grease marks for the mess attendants proved him an expert in scientific management, ' When Tom gets excited the only way to calm him is to hold his hands, for then, like Cusachs, he can't talk. His angora grazes on the surface-this explains the scarcity of herbage above the haughty brow. To parade the animal, allude to its owner's i triumphs at M r e c itation, er his ca- service o r li f e insur- a n c e , you are sure to hear m o r e of T. G. Berrien. 'H 49 li ll LSTOYHT7 CGGug7, l ' "Flag Rank" Baseball Numerals, Farewell Ball Com- ' ' mittee, Buzzard ' ' o r suggest the use of ' 6 Herpicide. I Wheth- i ii , -'4 A 'C 'si 372 ii I .., . 521 r e e r 1S to I follow t h e ' , mm t an 3 l l' i"' "7 ,J tel'-ifffl '?"'iiI,g1gc firpflzf 'fren f -x 'fav .a.L -Kl.g.sw- ' ' ' 3 , ,.. Q 'if' - f X--"ids-fx ff-fs, ff-We -WGN f""x .SEN .1:s m mlm 4Qm':s mime.-ai. 4! i . l f' ,yfkfv-s T we rn w 5 c ww WM M Q.. 02 V QW 1 ,g-iff S x'W' f ,' J K K N.J....a, Nw Y YT ' ,. N1 1' w 6. V ,ev . Li ' ,zo .,, ' lf w i f , , gfllflillllam Zlaenrp iBurneII iglanhp S E if lillng - ,- 1' East O-range, New Jersey get f" 'i E i is so ' so as sv Spike Doctor Cook 2393 WU Captain Fencing Team, Fencing Num- V f 1 ti 25. erals, Fencing Cup 1910. Chairman gil iswli, 1 -gixfy f Farewell Ball Committee, Chairman 'fra gg Class German Committee, Class ir, Crest Committee, Class Sup er it J p A FC Committee, Lucky Bag Staff, Star 4-3-2-1, Five Stripes -Clean Sleeve LANDY was the best Cadet Commander the Academy has known -ml during the life of this class. It was a sad day that bore the date of ' if 1 '4' M: E r 5 ff 2 Brigade Order No. 13g the silver cloud above us on Franklin Field Q B had a rough gray lining for Spike, and he was ragged at a stunt the rest of 5 B us got away with, and was disrated, exchanging his horizontal stripes for - the diagonal kind. For his cheerful acceptance of the sit- rx? uation we love and respect him even more than before. gl , You may not find it in the dictionary, but "S-p-i-k-e' spells "B-r-a-i-n-s." His savvyness is not the kind that I ,l V wi .H - Q i ,W ,lf 3 ' comes from keeping his nose glued to a book: when he goes sgf, YK i. . .X I IU., v . . to the board with ideas that do not agree with the text, he ,rgry 3 usually leaves the prof wondering which is right-Blandy i or the book. .T .- l' I 4 1 Z 1 l Spike's perfect independence and self-confidence are K never adulterated by an ounce of grease. He doesn't pester f 9 ' -' you with his ideas, which he has on every subject under the .V ,QA f , 1 i i sung but the man who can out-argue him on any of them is 2' r i yet to be found. But speak of radiograms, and incidentally , x ,fi 6 M av its iff , xi u it r f 3 .Q vi JN1! It SQA 453323 , 1 wp: ez if iii 4, i ffl mention matrimony, and Spike will shut up like a clam. -' "Now, see here! It's this way--" And it always is. f 'E 50 'QM IQ l4Lg5 31-lll T' 'l!EE"' 'Qi' Stuart CEEarl Bray i St. Louis, Missouri f ll' G 3 ONE YARD "Donkey" "Cutie" Baseball Numerals, 'Masquerader, Buzzard CUTIE is pretty noisy for his size, sometimes to his own misfortune- witness the jokes that he has attempted to perpetrate on the Disci- pline Department. Some of his explanations would make Diogenes roll out of his tub. Through a mere prank, Bray acquired a rather nega- tive greaseg but in spite of the wrath which it called down, he has a very good place in the heart of the class. stature, and to those numerous questions he is wont to ask. And why shouldn't he ask them ?-he's from Missourah! His characteristics are cheer- fulness, happiness and consider- able confidence in Bray: only oc- casionally he gets rhino. Every one likes the little man and gives evidence of interest and affection by keeping him in the midst of a continual rough-house. That he seems young is all due to his . 5 ""' ""'A ' ' 51 'l 1 3 -Q! :J I wil 7 nj l Y", fl ,.4 I ' P re. sf? bfi ti 4 ts 2 ,yr E M- -4 if 'av i xg, I its-2 l A , . 1 l All it ' ffl 1? 4 lf? .9 . I f. ,x mm 'P f'fTl:'ELf' ffflfifl 633 G13 Q A '- 1 44 'z . 1 ' nf "Th0rnyCr0ft" Lacrosse Numerals, First Petty Oiiicer ERE he comes, fellows !-the first mate of the Tuscarora, in all his jovial dignity-the bunch is never together without our james. Ever since Youngster Year, when his much-beloved Blanche collided with the English Dept., and departed Academy life, Soph has been inconsolable. It is only on the punctual arrival each Wednesday of that twelve-page packet from her-way out in --, Indiana-or when play- ing jokes on T. Shine, that Sophie forgets his sorrow. But pipe all hands for a rough house, and you'll Find him there. The reddest of Red Mikes looks pink beside Brenner--the hops are known to him only by name, and his social duties are utterly neglected. Sophie thinks that Army life may suit him better, and likes to tell how he became a Lieutenant in the National Guard, and developed that brace of his. He is proud of his class standing, being one of the few who realize that an earnest, hard worker is better off than a loafing savoir. A man of sterling integrity and steadfast purpose, Sophie is of the kind that makes good. "Make 'er carbolic, fel- lows!" 52 , 4 .tl 31 ames Cllimmet Zgrenner Rensselaer, Indiana iii lil 33 li Fi lil "Sophie" li -fri? 'Q ' Q 'Bs a s it S5 i s i s :Q- tit " 'Wx V .. i , . -gqlj :-qfq 6 iff ggi K? 7 1 Q 1 Pi, . E, 5, 4 if if w '5 P9 . 1 Y ff.-? 35, Sift-, E ?ffs1v A is N fl ,,.A 'L 5 lm- dm 11- ffil , , Q! Zlaenrp :Hilmar Ertgga l Neosho, Missouri gtg F35 ' 5 5 "Hank" "Sorrow" "Hiram" "Grief" First Petty Officer ANGWAY! .Here comes the most military brace and majestic carriage on the reservation. The grandeur of the spectacle makes one forget the real horrors of war. Has this long, lean, grief-stricken personage just been deep anted by C. Taylorg did he hit the pap for making up his bed on Saturday morning, or is he a victim of blighted love? We cannot answer. If he was ever a fusser it's a secret from Sam, his wife, and he is too savvy to very often lose his personal furniture in the class room.. But for his keen pleasure in convincing the profs that he is abso- lutely ignorant of everything in the lesson, Hank would stand among the notable savoirs, I He rarely appears in the Metropolitan "sussiety" outside the gate, but rather would stay at home and sling the vernacular with Sam. ,For four years this pair have maintained a well-mated union, never marred by the presence of "kommun" family troubles, despite the fact that when it comes to a red-hot debate Hank is there with the bells on. The Masqueraders wanted Hank to pose in a tableau entitled "Rejoice! Rejoice! Spring is here!" but withdrew the invitation for fear it would break up the show. "Henrietta, when joy's unknown, let an- guish have its fling- 1 Oh, Mournful Sorrow! Painful Woe! Oh, ugh Death, where is thy sting?" 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He bones his text conscienti- ously, the immediate object being class standing rather than knowledge, and has had very fair success. In athletics he has made good on class baseball and basket ball teams, but has never qualified in any of the Mexican sports. As his energies are somewhat concen- trated on Brownell, he has proved sufficient unto himself, and remains a familiar mystery to the majority of his classmates. "Now-now--now-" 5l Jr 4 K t 4 v-Q . gl ll "Blood Dinners" given in his room, with Ham as chef and Lem as head waiter. 9 A rapher, Chairman Christmas Card Committee, Class German Com- mittee, Buzzard ERE is a man whose business ability would net him a fortune-but he's in the Navy now. As a photographer he is a genius. You have but to glance through this book to see the product of his efforts. His activities range from caterer for the Utah bunch to chairman of the Christmas Card Committee, and he has given satisfaction in them all.. Ham's personality is a happy-go-lucky one, his willingness to take a chance being only ex- ceeded by his generosity, Nothing ever worries him so long as he can create a new sensation, and he will do anything to oblige you, from inter- viewing the Sec-Nav to frenching over the wall. But it was not until First Class Year that Ham's full abilities were displayed. Under his able management the continuous vaudeville per- formance in Room furnished amusement for the ani entire Brigade. And his one-night stand at Cafe l'Aiglon, featuring the "FireHies," has gone down into history as the greatest stunt that famous Bohemian restaurant ever staged. Many are the friends who have enjoyed the hospitality of the If you want to make a good liberty, go along with Ham. You'll probably come back broke, but you'll be happy. A true friend and an efficient man, Bryan is sure to make his mark in the service. 55 ln gm ,I , it Jiaamlltnn Ease Erpan San Francisco, California t ll " 0 Q Q . Q- U Q 91yl:2:Ef:2:5r:zaJ is K I aI-Lrarnn G B Lacrosse Numerals, Lucky Bag Photog- 6 , , -3' 'Aff' mxvil gs, WWE fy 'N V771 ff 1. " 'x 1 wi ' 'K fr' "'Q ua fm ei f2 e I' ...uf .fKW' Qtztnart jfrebnzrick Zgrpant i 5 4'-Pdf Q my 1 Y-V J 4 41' x .ft 'T 1-11 -.-,,:3:1.h gag, ,-,.:::i:3m' f:4sf.-f'r.h,a,:s-sit, ss.x22Y.T3wNs.. .-i-we e , -1 fvfsfxi? X 5 .iggiiiv 1T1"'fQQg, Q 1414- fiifijgif ftszvifqriza s n , -ffl? 'WLIIQQT is, . .H ,.,- s..." s-...,,- -c....w,f s..g:ai,,w " W . . Eg fi ' X f ' X 'Q f . I 3 l"X r . l J E . fx -' i E T :Q V. GSA, 'K C .1 rl to W9 I 'N -4 it I I RM! ,t Kp? f' X ti I , H1 if if bi Writ. Wil' -'Q'-Q ws' 63235 BVS? WEE'-,ai LQ: . 1 Itfj W lt., We I., . f W4 Mi,- E! .5-715-9' we ,Q t .3 L, f ,,- . -4 4 fa, 4,- .,,.., yi rw s. -m i -Q-.fn 1 'A I i C I X, J Q St. Paul, Minnesota Q? ' if 141' . , "Maud" Lacrosse Numerals, Sharpshooter, Choir 4-3-2-1, Leader 1, Masquerader, Lucky Bag Staff, Two Stripes NLY the society editor could do justice to the career of this gay butterfly who has long been an ornament of that select coterie termed by the Even- ing Capital "the Younger Smart Set." There is always a Butter in the bal- conies when Maud attaches the tremolo stop to the tenor solo in the Te Deum, fol- lowed by a hushed murmur, "And he bostons divinely." But those who specialize in the study of peculiar geniuses maintain that our hero is at his best when, attired in Howered pajamas and a melodramatic bathrobe, he ponders deeply on the mys- teries of life-particularly on the callousness of case-hardened profs, who will not yield more than a 3.2 under the most persistent hammering. A man of theories is naturally handicapped when called upon to become a man of action, as his hands and feet are liable to be tangled up with his theories. .Maud's performances have never been strictly orthodox, yet he manages to come in well to the front in the race, as evidenced by the Acad- I emy Register. And it is no mean achievement to have lived for four years a life of contented enjoyment despite the exasperating aggravations of 999 regulations, administered by a vigilant Department of Discipline. I-lere's to you, Maud-may neither your philosophy nor your friends ever fail you! I 56 ag' I il 1 I ii iff' 3 i fit ff Sl Ei El H I li I 3 Sis N . 1 , , . g . , 'Y 3 it J i 2? N . S94 1, ,ei MQ, V R tv . . if 5 4 3 i I . ,, ,, if -at W" L Q we ,au Z. J t I, L 'lf 4 ,LC L l,'i95:Lsi' 4? .3 m te n QQQ iT ' Evmw1llv1v f' 1951111 Qllassarh Prince Frederick, Maryland 'K A y- X Elm' A 53 o v , '- x ,gi .. ' 4 , ...-gif?"-. . .Wi l 'N A 19 9 k5?l ' EJ 3 1 'W si 2 1 e g E :af t i Qi e e e n 'f Q . tiff? Z L '. af: 'P' I cf, .JW2 ff' ' 5-. A '71 . bg- ,I 'lcv . . 1' '55 iv ' f iii? '7 Q ai "JZ: 'if 1 Jiri , 3 F3- s7'Qf1' : is , 'f"'7iii.i', 1 . nv- ,rf ii?-fri' Q im li Q "Cass" "Count" Class German Committee, Brigade Stal? Petty Officer HIS titled member of our leisure class began cutting drills as early as Plebe Summer-he didn't enter until September. He fell down a bit in the follow- ing years, but retrieved himself by nabbing the biggest graft job in the Bri- gade, and sleeping through all the infantry drills. The only thing he has to do is to look handsome. But to ease his conscience he has attended the special classes in gymnastics, and it is expected that he will be very proficient in introducing Swedish movements in the service. The innovation of the common tobacco jar in Smoke Hall hurt Cass more than any one else. He smoked all Second Class Cruise on three five-cent bags of Bull, presented to him in the a Yu . if i B 'tw Q , C futile hone that he would cease to be one of the 'Q leeches. Next to bumming the makes, his chief if enjoyment is in baiting the long-suffering Aus- if tin. The chance for a joke on Ginger would drag him from the dinner table--a result nothf . ing else could accomplish. By a judicious use of chalk and pencil, Cass has man- aged to circumnavigate the illusive 2.5. He is a conservative chap, but we who understand him know him to be a man of sterling worth, and are proud to claim U him as a friend and shipmate. .Heavy lover, Brigade ornament, and good fel- low-is it any wonder that they all fall for the Count? "Why, he looks just like a bronze Greek god." "Heard the latest one on Ginger?" F? A 1 57 . N, K' saw., of fix I , .,,...---r ,,,f,."fQ5ff'1 f-,e g - -.-sp ,..e-,.s, ,.-..,., M - ffgffby , - . 'T so are M as fi?f-1'eQ..f11esWff"Wy f e sf? ' ,, , A - ', " a t T ' e " "" ' f' - K ' f' ""' ' ,Y -J 5-H j-1-Q -1--ez-f" Y.Y. 'f ge-f1:f',..'--,--'-f-1.f-,.-,-4"" 5 vei-W1 1-LJ efv- 4-2vQL,,,.',.:N3-M1912 lf , l .ai 54, ,df 123. -as V. .. .. ,. ,,, s..,..,f '-aaa, X, . 1 ,Ah-Q., -. - xm,,N,f M nf ,M x- -N ' X .s " + L Q ' .v -.fy , V M ,,.z ,A i 1 'sl V , , , . H2 1:5 ,, , .5 Q . 'ai l 251 P w l 1 i , yn., ff was sais . , , if' Ulmilulillll Bsalab Qllausnzp, Er. 'Qagiil bw A ' Berwick, Mississippi Q, J iles 1 tif, l ig,-qlj af' , t I .5 1 Sl,a?s X- g ' E 1' 1 X Wh ff . Q a ' 25.52 K, ' 'DC' 5' 6515 g' P ccD0c9a A txt Hi! -N . Ek, 2 1 Sharpshooter, Red Mike 4-3-2-1, fi x, . Clean Sleeve 'fi Y fig. 5, E ,4.eie ASY-GOING, unemotional Doc-the man so entirely devoid of nerves that, should you fire a 12-inch gun behind his back, he would probably turn around and inquire, "Who y'all reckon lit that match?" His friends are the kind that 4 stick: he is quiet and unassuming almost to a fault, for if Doc blew his own horn ,I just a little, perhaps more of us would know of the real earnestness of purpose and the sterling qualities that lie behind that almost sphinx-like exterior. He has a sense of humor in his own peculiar style which, with his Southern ,,,, , drawl, gives an inimitable flavor to his stories. But whether it's a story or just plain fi , A' talk, it will pay you to listen. You may not get a polished pearl of wisdom, but it's by , , sure to be good, sound horse-sense. He possesses his full share of this commodity, .X l and it enables him to consider all things, good or bad, in a practical way, Without osgiiif 5 t disturbing his pleasant disposition by f . l ,fi l the slightest ruffle. - Jil. 5 Doc has never fussedi says he A would rather sleep. We know this must be true, for his love for slumber Q., p q . is greater than the love any man ever -W J i cherished for a woman. He can sleep V 34,4 i at any time, in any place, and in any W l gf Position. but shows a Preference for a im' ' JV l W T3 . V '4 'wwf ' i couch of laundry bags. He likes the 'll f gl 1 Navy, and we predict that some day W Qifi, when a cool head is needed in a tight ,nj place, Doc will be the man on the job, "Yes, sahg regulation size, but not regulation coloh, sah." C i 58 i fl? -su is . ,'-"""s Hb, . At im . R' J-2' 'lm 'dlllfm f' .fL.Qa.v,,., U?g'i,LLii?v li tmp? h Q i 15 ' I bf Xi K fr JDE mf ibn, ': 41 ti rx ,555 C59 if, girl 1518? Q A1,g ,l l jelq 'nil' A, F 1 1 ,s i 'Pi ',,' f ' 'M ,. it 33 V 11 QK1, .Silt 'l 1 .1 2 . .3 1 ri". ,A Y ' gl at , ' '11 i 'f c ,J l v h : Li tr' Eg? L 3 ,sf , ,.,,55--xfxtflfA'-L.-'51 ,t3,.,f217 5...'fv3f'.v,i3..,'fH53?i1,,.5fiElf'NAI smf gam .Q fzihlffs Lf! J: ,ifY-.?j:':f"x,i:iQ7i'Lit' 7"IQ-Af , -N ff., fi ""' wifi: will M lawrence warner Qllarke atb . ilaii Utica, New York dill .. 4 iffy fi iw ' H 'Wil O. .., RJQQJ we We if-fit Jffl -1 ll ' 91 ' 99 Laurie "Mick W9 "Shanty" iifbiii Football Numerals, Treasurer Midship- men's Athletic Association, Class Ger- man Committee, Clean Sleeve- L W Buzzard-Clean Sleeve " OU know who I mean-that handsome, pink-cheeked midshipmanf' Laurie is the envy of many a would-be lover, for he never fails to make a hit with the ladies. And ever since Youngster Year Laurie himself has fallen on an average of once a month. But he surprised every one by keeping his class ring for almost a whole year-then suddenly losing it. He spends most of his perfectly good study hours covering stationery with fond phrases to delight the heart of some fair damsel, and lives in the belief that the same mark will be forthcoming, whether he bones cr not. A leader in the lazy gang of the old Fighting First, he has been unsat with the rest cf them on numerous occasions, but still stays with us. When football season comes around the Mick musters enough energy to aid the class team to victory, main avocation is the collecting of de- merits-he is always on the grade or just about to be on. He didn't a c c e p t any large presents until his buzzard went by the board, the time he dreamed that Bancroft Hall was a hotel. A man is known by his friends, and Laurie's are number- ed among the best men in the class. but at other times his activities are not very strenuous. His 59 i s t e e a gait? Ia K Li' Wag s Vg. V -a i ,wg I fi tl l N I f' 4, 1 i . i E , K 'I l Q . If -DZ W! L Ji Q . .,.:v,f:i1' - , ,. , ,. ,, ,,,,,, , , . is -. ..-.a..-,. .. " '4' JA' .1 -.-.ff '---..-' X -.cf ' an, 'WT7 W i'f'T','r Q23 ulfatbv QQTZF' WWW W Sa w. , 1 , f flf, . k m a -.. ff" 'QQ' "fa - ' -'M' "- , 'nffffl f'ff2'xm .C".,...'.1,n.f1 f',.t.L'5'x ASE'-EN fffsxix 33751 fy lf" .. w EN 12-"5"',,i,:" -a 0 jr , jirjgilj vj,jji"i fjrarr' 'illsgrgge f BB , ' ' .,,.' X -as C x.....,f 1 'mv Mir' .Q J 'W KK' 1 .X , FP 2: ff 5 E . . -' ' 2. : Ez-fi? A iiaerhert blaphen Qlilarksun l' '1'?S,'x Sybil I M ' i 'rf' San Antonio, Texas X- 'Q' NY C "Bertie" "Dimple G." "Lush" , Football Numerals, Baseball Numerals, ,f Hop Committee, Buzzard f . ...g - 9 11.5 if! ET'S rhino, fellows,"-wherewith Bertie holds forth in eloquent XI 3. language until the Assistant brings the last of those seven-in-one- day letters Cone for each color of the rainbow, ditto sachet powderj. fi His deserved popularity with the men, and his fussing ability with the ladies, served to land him speedily on the Hop Committee, where he has dispensed hospitality and pleasure with true Texas cordiality. For four years Clarkson has been one of the stalwarts on the class 1 iiii' teams, working his best when the A' odds were greatest. His run for Z N a touchdown was the feature of the 1912 Inter-class Champion- ship game. According to his own account, dear Bertie has regularly been busting weekly, monthly, semi- annually, and finally, but he's still here. May his smiling coun- tenance remain with us always. 60 'uf A E 5 33 3, gs tl Qi? V-E E l S 3 . s, ug , L- Z SZ.. rm -iss 7 ,JN .... gm ww ' 4 i z F ty. t ,V al , l .- 1 i ' 2 K . 'ai Q 4? 5 lf ,, .1 , , . .W N .Ak 4- new slimy Crm-if Qsaw xr--.-...nf wmv wsu? XT walker Qlinrbran Houston, Texas , . ff: - Hb f S . ,K sy ' I -sri' Q f i ,ki afar I iE,?::53'Zf'3a, 1 31" 'kb 1- :W ' ' ,Q ,few if QQ, E . Q, P 81 its-l 'IS .1 L ' it LJ pg Q-3 +21 -is ll Ei Sl F7 J sq'- ? S V5.1 2 Aw mf I8 . 'W' .' ig 4. ,gif wt, il G ui.- iit ,f - n ff I fe: -J ,Q 2 'F-fa., , lm '. .1 Tw' 2 ii' .. w' . 5:21 1" 1 ,iii Fgsiirgf' sq viii, Til . , . T I 4 1 3,1-f lYAg,: jf H-2 9:59 an 2' IEW" we ' 2,52 ,Ki- D ... sand n, QQX Q 6GTramp79 UPI-ettyii Ucockeeh Baseball Numerals, Sleepy 4-3-2-1, Clean Sleeve-Buzzard HETHER or not the Tramp can sing we don't know, but he ought to be in the choir, because he is the only Midshipman in the Brigade who has a really angelic appearance. CNote that we speak only of his looks.j He has been referred to as a good-looking, square-shouldered, well-built, long chinned, near-bald, sparsely toothed, hard-headed, hot- tempered Texan. These specifications may be more or less true, but they 6 '4.4l,g- ,Q I9 Lfrl' 4 lil ,gxgl by ,, 1' g, ,QL E5 55? V l 9- is ia are quite inadequate. If he and the Madam had not dedicated their room as a Temple of Morpheus, Tramp might be fairly savvy. First Class Year he left Daughtry to become trainer of the Baltimore Giant, but found himself too old to learn any new tricks. He has kept close company with a 2.5, but has managed to keep on the near side of the lady. His merry heart and generous, , if wg ' :nd 233: nz . if. if fi i..p7f'i ia 1 I 1 Mi, E Xu. kindly disposition have Won for ff Cochran a group of friends who y 1 think the World of him. As a de- i it if A pendable man, possessed of grit and V tj a high sense of honor and duty, Walker will win his Way in What- ever direction his path may lie. 61 i :Ll ,..., A T ,. ,.,,, .5 ,.,,.-,s .434 A 1 fit Y I ' W gk:i,sz.l-:gin ,aa L ,. f . W - ,.Ll't3l,4l-l'L LW4f9.:sgf" ' , ' ' V 'fbi' i3Ll.Qf7 N ...Q ,.,.,f -e..'." k..--.1' 'Q A if KaflMf.5f 6 Q s fi d ninab' "Q 5 We A-fn fn-x rms 4513 frm aww mmm rims, Mm 3 L . " "Ill'?"'t x N , nf 1 J f . ,sb J 1 li' 5' 1 1' 'Q ' A Tllfiwlllam Ulibumas Clluchran if 1-. - X , gy Madison Indiana ' if "Bill" .--:V Baseball N Basketbmi N Football and 6 Baseball N-2d, Keeper of the Goat, 5 Battalion Staff Petty Oflicer ll Ea li ILL, just plain B-i-l-1-it's a small name, but it covers a big man. To us that nickname signifies a true friend, a lovable classmate, a line athlete, and a choice fusser. He is our Gentleman from Indiana, although you wouldn't believe it on hearing that carefully cultivated southern drawl and accent, most I . noticeable in words like "rivah" and "but- :Anvil V... ,E ll ,I L. -J 1 ,. f' H5559 . A' l N-LJ ' , 4 1 i - 1 5 1 l T T I X x J l e -l x 'fy xi tah." As becomes a tall, handsome Chief Petty Officer, Bill never fusses any girl but a queen, and he fusses pretty often. As Royal Keeper of the Goat, Bill was right in his elementg but if you want to get his own angora, ask him what be- came of the blanket after the game. Bil1's work as an athlete is really re- markable. Though not a bright and shin- ing star in any one sport, he has been a man to count on in football, baseball and basketball, and has a lot of credit coming to him for it. His best achievement in athletics was his development as a varsity catcher in a single season Youngster Year, never having caught at all before that time. Boning has been the least of Bill's troubles-not that he stars, but that he is just content with a margin. As for the future, keep your eye on W. T. Cochran. A i5..L 62 1 -scsi... ive ifici W3 353 5 ', fps. .. f -,. gf il.- tl, 'c Q- il r- fl fl li , if . at -M M , 'Jw 5.-.pq ifff.a'ga rm? 141. lg! Erik , -gf pw, ze., -sein 5 fra: - i"1L-az, 51,1 .ggfui ,ug Q A 1,4557 nfl. 1- ll h l l 1 jfranklm Barker Qlunger Zlr Washington, D. C. i. 5 . . . . lj 'WWW "1' ' " W' 'W "?-7' .wifi Q 5:1 EMNLTV ' --,, , TSXWQ' ' ' B 'Y L in A uw," i.. 'Q elf? cg! :ME ,lf . 3 v. iff 3 .c ' 5 ln vi "1 . af P L 3 , , .ff . "gif, 'IN "xi 2" ,..Aff , 23, . is -,Ma 351, gag: .uf 's g L. -. sz? ti" lg 'ol I "Goat" "Frankie" "Tums" Keeper of the Goat 1911, Clean Sleeve AST year the goat brought luck to everyone but Frankie, who was sentenced to another year of penal servitude on the very eve of freedom. But from the instant he came aboard 1913, he has belonged, and we are all glad to nave had him for a classmate. Many are the hours he has whiled away with his line of new CPD stories and impromptu wit. "We want everybody make a lot of noise" is the motto he sings and lives up to, for he can make more racket to the square inch than any man on the reservation. When you see a group of midship- men indulging in vigorous Mexican athletics, it's a safe bet the Goat is the chief contributor to the fest. No after-taps party is complete Without his inexhaustible line. Frankie's quick wit is seldom vanquished in a battle of words, and there are few of us he hasn't "hung one on" at some time or other. This wit is of too high quality to be wasted on booksg the Goat just rambles along in the easiest possible way with the ragged edge to leeward. He has a heart as big as a bushel, and will do anything a friend asks of him except drag when he doesn't want to. One of the fair ones was heard to remark, "Mr. Conger is awfully nice, but he's a regular little devil." "Mrs. Gi, I have no sweet- heart. M Q ,, i we if ,v J s W E l I 1 2 5 'fx .Q QQ. ,A ' R' J R 0 -51 12 w ' jr 5 1. 1 f I Y N - - Y . V ,- , in K ,V 9,-f',..r' 5105? ysf. A 1-L mg .gL,TAMf.14Q.TXnK'QfT3 Wiggins . 'B ffm- -Fifi V ,W .. ZF? 'Sw' ' X ' F ull' be J 1 fs X 'F A 'A . .fa-A-as--f A -we-'fda --fa fvffgf ,,,- iafagfa-Agg,sg4..4g,,ij,Qn,, iz e ,- 'f - - --f f 'V V J N-K -LQ may mn, .1 w.,,,,'.,,y if Q-'55 wma mf 1 :El 1 i. Ulfunis Qugustus illllackunnugh Qlirahen Nh". ' " 'lil Baltimore, Maryland E5 i an ik fl if Y ex' i. 5 ffluv -liz' QQ K, 5 O av , it .' gi "Tumi" 'tTunis Algiers Morocco" "Tam" 1 t 'l . .A is 3 Lacrosse Numerals, Masquerader, Choir ky ...,, mE' 6 3-2-1, Pink N, Buzzard .i , l ET elf P F1 'i UNIS is different-he insists that the Navy is the best place in the 5 , L,i r 1 1 world. Naturally so, for the Navy has been in the world to him and QP .his ancestors back to the time when Noah was a midshipman. He V. at is one of the class infants, and he and Dicky Knight will be Admirals when cs , Q the rest of us are retired Commanders. ,cw .M The great mystery about Tuni is his job on the Choirg doubtless it -1 V ,f, came to him by inheritance. Or it may be the perquisite of a sentimental 1' 23 disposition. First Class Cruise T.A.M. really came into his gloryg the hook would scarcely be in the z i it W . xiifgf i f? ' :Nga " Gig. ij' mud of Newport Harbor when Qgimtiliiiifif. . V! 1 'i-,, l this constant lover would be at --We 'l il' , the gangway with a boat it schedule. They say that he went P Q back during leave, too Qand, in- L 1 l cidentally, that he didn't turn out i 1 r N e . 1 l of the sleeper on time and had to ' 5 dress on the station platformj. ,rl , He has always been a favorite f' N, with the fair sex-listen: "Oh, CJ that darling Mr. Craven with the Wyf,f . ,, 1 big brown eyes! Q' ij r "Me an' Astor." On Sunday nights: "Oh! dear!" 64- F 5 ,fx ..f...:.M,,.,- I,f Rf- 1 'QQ K i jfrzherick Qbraftnn Ctllrisp Baltimore, Maryland 5 E A "Freddie" Lacrosse Numerals, Class German Com- mittee, Three Stripes HO is this handsome fellow? Can it be that our old friend, Apollo Belvedere, has come to life again? No, it is only Frederick Grafton Crisp, Cadet Lieutenant, U. S. N. A., as he appears while commanding the noble Seventh in the admiring presence of the future Mrs. Crisp. Good looking he is, but those same good looks were nearly spoiled when some jealous brute dashed a lacrosse stick against his distinguished features. A true savoir, Freddie has never been known to crack a book at night except when all the month's magazines had been exhausted, yet he stands well up among the near-stars. After a year as an active member of the Oil Burner's Association, he is now on the retired list. Crisp isn't quite sure that he'1l have the amount available to enter the race for the class banner, but the Wise ones pick him as a likely candidate. He appreciates a good joke to the utmost, except when it's on Crisp. A happy mixture of optimism, good-will and efliciency, he will make as good an officer as he does a friend. "Six feet tall, and the handsomest man in the Naval Academy? 65 -AQQQ-Q Q-- iD '8 : i Q QZE i T' a s i s 9 E B fi 'a . a i ,liz-i HJ' PM ,g 5 M1 ' inlii C3 -9 .2"" H 1 ,WL Q-1 lv. 'z 's V i l l A 'Q EQ 3 5.3 Q ll El ll ll his F E E 5 5 gr f 51 . .lf W s N N ' N .'F j:.'-Ve., --W--Q '- s W- f---X ff'--N fr-V-'H-3 ., g ,g Fw 'F ,, r if jj -Z Ti? Q Q AFL !5frwg::4 LAN, - ,- 4 V ,kY-V ggi, . g--, M ug, is-AM, .bwdf 'NAL-AM, xgitwi .Q J Ka STEM? i YN-...a.-.vi R-M 563 Xflv ,f f if-A .-ix lc, 'Sie MQ " V QSWW , Genrge batterflelh Bale k-,bfi xlib A ' S AK Rushville, Nebraska I L, x ,Zz " , X 4 2 i V l , W ri A , . X F. si xx fi H "Scrubby" Z ul Wrestling Championship-Lightweight, Buzzard-Clean Sleeve URING candidate days this hot tempered little wildcat from the Cow Country attempted to terrorize Crabtown by parading the streets in full wild west outfit. Plebe Summer he fell in love, and that he has never fallen out is proved by his ante-Christmas Leave. But he never misses a hop, even if SHE can't be here. Scrubby wanted to spend his First Class Leave at the Aviation School, 563 but changed his mind by special advice of the authorities. He is of an 55753 inventive turn, and we predict that he will some day have dealings with Ft. Q' the Patent Office: First Class Year he was the butt of a number of Buck's ff jokes on inventors. If the Discipline Dept. knew of all his escapades there 1 gi would be gnashing of teeth. Plebe and Youngster Years he f. Q often ornamented the upper ' l U' branches of the English tree, but fi Q l climbed down in good season. l ' l Dale believes in "grafting" Q l 3 whenever the opportunity offers, f y. but when pushed to it can hold up L his end with the best of them. He yiifi 3 f, positively refuses to listen to any arguments but his own, and has a il cocksure air that frequently carries him through apparently hopeless situations. 66 tiki Y. I fx r L1 nf sl iff' if A ' fs ff it ,WE LT! x"'j RAW" imp" " " - ' '-Q' s 'A H ' f'L-iL'2 11:43 1.1"-f'-Q, jY!"jL+ -g ag ilxuinn igrpans Baugbtrp fi t-E ,, , H jackson, Georgia if if at V 3 if f nn' lit if ll 'MQW 'X 'I '1 L fd " - 'Q I M2 ! V74 , " 0,5 9 .iii Q 5 ,lil Adil I 6 JMB lv4Nr TOBEINOQU ive "Madam,' Q Gi "Daught" Manager Football Team, Farewall Ball Committee, Boy Scout, Clean M ' ' Sleeve-Buzzard l ' " OGGONE if I don't wish I -was a primitive man! He didn't have to know anything about hysteresis or impedance. When he got hungry he took a club and killed a mastodon or a wahoo bird and ate it raw. He couldn't tell a e carbohydrate from Pelagra, and didn't care. Say, Frou, what is the difference between hysteresis and impedance?" This short history deals with the world's Champion Mexican Athlete. The Madam can use more big words in longer sentences and say less than any mid- A shipman, past, present, or future He was organizer and chief nightrider of the 'gf Q Boy Scouts, but has since calmed Vbiu down to sterner duties, and takes care of the football team as a hen A iifii does of her chicks. As a rule p Daught is of a happy disposition, I i,gAV , but periodically he gets a rhino Mg in spell and has old Mr. Grouch A gf backed off the boards. The . , scarcity of Tramp Cochran's hair ' is mute evidence of this domestic ,I trait. g iii A good party, a good crowd 1' and Madam when he's not peeved ffl -you could not wish a better combination. He is a mighty bidi 1331 8' is ' x if I Q- fff fa It wx wi li' ' 3, ha, at 'W' 6:3 ,Z 0 wa: b in 'Q A gfft Lx A- Q likable sort of fellow, popular in his class, and he will do much for the happiness of some J. O. mess. 67 4,,i,, 3 i lt -i- revs if-is .fe is fwags mm Q " .f,7. -- , -Q C QJFMD' is fin xff'5'Qf!' vnu ,Q f fgg2'f.,v2Q , , af-aa,-H ,. N, .H ,,,wv,, . N . ,Q '54 ir c- lx: as -'T' w,.,t,.,J X manila: ww? 1 '2a T if ljfreherirkl QElI5tnnrtb ZBani5 , 1 ease SQ , , X5-K 13 J 'L' " xv.-7 -J K, ,z-"1 T 'El i Hfrirff'--If ,' .vp Qs X , S3 X 5 3 ' X li 1 K ri: 1 X I . '33 5 Qi sl Ii liz f Q if Hb, aff? Eli E55 il Q5 ,ii 7. F5 '55-iifiltfi'-H 12555-TA .ua .jg F .,,, ,. 1 lr, 55 ' ai W It ,,, 1 E13 :fi fif ,N V, I ,z C. Hartford, Connecticut iffnu uflfllflwlw ' . Q I 'NWW " Mootch' ' Buzzard EREAFTER, Mr. Davis, you will omit the name Frederick or the letter F from your title!" Thus died Fritz, and Ellsworth, resigned to his fate, took place in our ranks. Perhaps that blow was too much for himg anyway, he became a Uhard guy" through earnest effort and diligent application to self-appointed tests for that honor Cthough some, like the first chew, were disastrousj. A lover of music, he owns and mistreats a violin, a banjo, and a round dozen of mouth-organs, and has become one Q of the most proficient noise producers in the I ,7 class. He sings "That Famous Guinness' , Stout" with the same gusto that character- izes his quotations from Shakespeare and V ' Dickens, for he is truly well versed in liter- .Xp , ature. ,fy i i, ' ,gi Under it all he has a heart whose throb- , ,,--ggi A P bings have kept time to one tune, despite the Y V' Q' l ff 'Ui variations of a sea-going life. He blossoms A ' 'Q is l into fussingdom every New Year's Day, and i ii j i ' , lives another twelvemonth on the anticipa- 5 .gg tions and memories of the occasion. ,mf - First Class Year his buzzard acquired the 'QQ lv' is L I habit of Hying into the trees with him-a 1 Q ff" different tree each week, so that he quite ' if holds the class record. i "With all your faults, Mootch, Dutch " Ja loves you still." - 68 - - . -ex '1 - Glenn Eensun wants Norwalk, Ohio Kb' ,119 ,X X O N , hi 15... . J. , Q QL ,N . .gif eta EEE 2 is ll il II ll 8- , ,l 'Q Mg Q , 2 2-1 +12 4 YQ n :K r -l i. :lv ,, As. vi, 'gl : V "Dave" "G.B." "Squarehead" 4-3-2, Three Stripes LEN N is a savvy, hard-working, conscientious chap who is inclined to take himself rather seriously, and in consequence has sometimes been found overcredulous, to the great amusement of the practical jokesmiths. For all his hard work, Dave is full of fun and ready for a roughhouse at any time, study hours included. He must be a heavy fusser in Norwalk, as well as in Crabtown, for it is 3 his habit to carefully scan the society column 5 f 5 ' wl Sw A .rift of his one-sheet home paper. What fair damsel could resist the allure of his yellow hair, blue -P eyes, and rosy, dimpled cheeks? You will find G. B. a genial and pleasant shipmate, and a jolly comrade on a liberty. He is always ready to suggest a "little better schemeu-a good sign that he will make a thor- oughly practical and efficient officer. 69 Basketball Manager, "Almost Starred" S 5 S 5 Q 5 5 J U e s a e WX ? 10 22, if 4 f 4- 4 I 1 ff ff f 9 1 , ' as Qi l ' Q1 w as I figs S0559 , V 3 W , J f f'?'3?+g 'EY tx .wh 3542 ivffz in fr, f "'1iI. Q-:A.'1,LQ xv ' efafgg tl! ,M ,N if fig fylrifgiwn s J,7:L -T if S a 5 4 'ft mx' if 3 1 W r ,, . 2 fel 553 Q3 G ,,,, , 20351. 'V - g 33? - .- -:- -V f ' . - ,- -I -,H , faq, W, , - -, ,,, 35,53 -,T1iTxg.,"2xJ:C,.7sr,.. -,L:x.:f"'gmQX4.-fT..TSfQ.x!'T.TI1 Q.. gmQ,ijsg4q,..If?aW!:.e.2x lf .ll Q X, f 'H' 5 f X , f -J, J 1 xv. I xl' 1 lr. .s 1 c " '- .gag.f--J-g,'eefg 11' . geMi.gjfi.f'1ri55-5 uh ffi I cf Ziaarttnell Clarenre Bains ,FSL 1 'IBN , A Lubec, Maine 6, lei A A .53 E ? gli r " 'A 'lin egg C." "Plug" "Tracy" it 1 rf, I J ffl a Q Pal ff 3 lg-J :X - 1 Q' N, Class Pipe Committee, Chief Oilburn- er's Mate, Buzzard HIVER my cage-mast and blast my conning tower, if here ain't a real sailor!-Few of us were born to love the sea as this man does. Al- though in the long study hours of winter he gloats over the fact that "they don't use Nav. in the Army," we notice that he is one of the few who gain weight with wisdom on the summer cruises. When in the vicin- ity of 50A N., 4O W., bound for either side, nothing in sight on the angry Atlantic but an iceberg, sole baggage, a change of Work suits, and with not a care in the world, he is the happiest little man on earth. Although no savoir in the Romance Lan- guages as taught at U. S. N. A., Plug was actually offered the keys of the city by the ' Mayor of Marseilles on the strength of his merry "Bon jour, kiddo!" In the literary world he has gained world-wide distinction as the author of a treatise on "Oil Burning as a Lost Art," and is mentioned in "Who's Who" A for his rendition of several short squeals. Full of the quaint humor of the sturdy " Maine folk, Davis takes life as it comes: so we take him, and are al- P 1 ,s ways glad to see him coming. And V 'V we should all regret to see him carry out his oftrepeated 1hreat of separa- tion from his true affinity-the sea. "She's a home, Matey! Who's going ashore ?"-"Yep, I'm a Maine- iac, too." 70 X 1 1 Et? if 34? s 3 3 'lg TQ -5 a or 153.5- 5:-'Ei' 74.5 .M 5' f --.f , -,'- - f.'EEEL?'Ef3."'4.1PfT G .1521 5-Q9 , Brooklyn, New York 21 if " FH it WU 49' X fb else 4,1 X, ffgaffi' , , , . . Q jfreherzck Tllillillnam Bllllngbam yr S K .1 i l ' Sli l .5 45. " gjlgjgi 5? , , 22 gag Ig Q .553 16 4 6 E i Q' oi if 1 3 ,FAN ' , iw on o9v5 iii i ' if "Sadie" "Fwd" Clean Sleeve O look at this son of the Empire State, one would imagine that he was regarding a rear-admiral incognito, instead of an "officer in a l D qualified sense." And why, you ask, is such a mistake possible? The e I answer is to behold Sadie's "bay window" and cor- ' ' responding proportions-they would do credit to a gouty millionaire. It is doubtful that Fwd will ever have duty in the dungaree Navy, for even when he mans the lee rail of the Delaware there is a heavy list, and a torpedo boat hasn't sufficient righting - 'Q moment to support him. l -Q 1 He is ever ready to assist a classmate along the tt'. Q. Road to Fatville by feeding him at any hour, morn- S, ing, noon, and night. It is sometimes hard to tell whether his room is a midshipman's boudoir or the ship's galley. Sadie has bunked with Valentine for four years, and they have had a close race to see which could come nearest to the demerit limit without stepping , over. But Sadie has survived the struggle with the Powers of Discipline, and on that last great day b y when we sing "Out of the Wilderness" he'll be there ' to defend his title as Champion Heavy Eater of the 0 Navy. Q "Why so peevish?" 71 1' '-151-:Eff .,, ,2--'-'ff fin'-f,......aQ?"!Ni'.N...-T,4 mm .fs-mi. pwmtmm . cfm, ia-W-.,. .am .kay If X N, X Jw c. .1 X , ,f M. of 23.42 Sims? Wiggins qw- ,ia W ., . Q . ,,,. Qi" 5 V ' l Zllfreh QPU!! ZBunabue kr Georgia, Vermont ff- FN rl fifi .1 ll 2 tg flag l ll- Nl E , 64: iw., w p r l 3 saMike1s Hgh xk it I , l Grand Marshal St. Patrick's Day Parade, P i Clean Sleeve xx 31, , . l YQ i E1 E K, AITH, an' who d'ye think Oi am?" Mike's the true Irishman for 5 E ffm? lg, you-happy-go-lucky, but with a rare sympathy for a friend in we 1 trouble, witty in that droll way of his that wins him friends every- ' l E where. His ivory knob bumped into several difficulties on the long road, ,-! ! ,nm ,.- , n A,,m,f,f 1:51 but being harder than they, came through to the end in fine style. M ,4.- , '75 Cork and Q ueenstown still ufffi F A hold soft spots in Mike's heart, es- can ,fr qrllij I 0 . H 1 3 pecially for the HlO1d1CS. Perhaps --1 that's why he never fusses in the l Academy. At any rate, he's a staunch supporter of the Anti- Fussing League, and a typical Red Mike. CNo pun intended.D 1 5 3 Egiefaf ' Mg' w,-1155 YT Eng IQ,-Vg 11354 -ff ii? ggi 1 32", N- -l A il-fu QP? all f yk.. .N , His pet aversions-Irish Jews. i , H, l, 2 5-Q' 7,5 fs 72 4? l it A,- 57 '42 v .7 K V 7 - 5 :IQ-IZTS., FJ'-1" ff'-,,f'-fw'?esE 5-'iff?-fs? 'inri "Z 241 I jg .ft 'mrs' ifffiiiilffv'-i,,T.Q "mv ifffii ggi: ,'3fQ'lT'5:- "7.LI1.." 'LQIIZ5 v...1'T::'7 V'1l1I'..'j9Ill":i,?Y..f tm IA , Ryfxfil .-lx ...' ' i I g g' Qhllmzr lee ZBntnnes Inq! 'ii ' I f fill ' liffy QI", K5 'HU W X W H-fs, P 1. me H""" - - -f Q , ' , Q , . xy fit xx 1 ' ,,' 1i'i - -, ' A . N "5 of im " x - . i ' RAI' CV Co i -x ' ngunm R. 4 5 if X ' 5 L, .V l RN -fpugn ki 1. tif . Q Baseball Numerals, Masquerader, Presi- Alf: "lf dent Reina Mercedes Insurance WEE X- qi: .157 , V221 CO., Buzzard ,r , If-V il-E all 6,- 9515 U ISTAH INTAHLOCUTAI-I! In behalf of mahself and mah confrere, EM Mistah Shorty Hull, Ah wish to disputate a few pusonal obversations in contradistinction to dat unfounded rumor-Nobody Loves a Fat fit, Man." Like Pug?-you could no more resist his rollicking humor than he can resist any opportunity that offers for one of his inimitable vaudeville per- 'QW formances. "Oyez, oyez, oyez!"-and Downes comes rolling into Smoke Hall like the Emmargiles into Crabtown I-Iarborg then the show begins. A man with such generous dimensions certainly rates making all the noise he wants- A whether in rain, fog, mist, falling J snow, or heavy dew. As for pass- 'I I .u 1 V ,gi ing the word. Pug has any bos'n's FQ X-43,..gx: W4 nz? mate lashed to the mast. He is a man of substance not only in avoirdupoisg he has won I his place by solid hard work, and Q, he deserves all the rewards that 'r" 'fl fi can come from it. His business 5 lfjifj ability gained distinction in the , 3. 355 organization of the old reliable , ji . 55' Reina Mercedes Insurance Com- ' pany that has subsidized so many I of our extinguished citizensg now Q that he is about to retire from the 1 nl 3 xiii? presidency, he leaves the White 1 .5 . Houseland a thriving business to L j? j the rising generation. I Lf gif When you feel rhino, go to see f . -1. Q Pugg he'll sympathize with you so ' li "i' 3 Si earnestly that you'll forget all g .fling your troubles in concern for his. U-ll A W When you are happy, hunt up 51,7 . Q29 Pug: your merriment will be re- doubled. In short, when you want a friend-Downes is the man. "Gangway, Army, and let a deep-sea wave roll by!" '73 . 1' .fx 9' Kas fi. -'ff . .. Vs... -,,.,.,, .rarely QW? R M 'i-f......f..f' X s37 Elm. -rf- ff" ' J" 'ASN " ,- 3' 1-7' - kv . , .ff f . ffb ,DN 1-' 's-Ng " f rt X 5 I 6 K y :P rf' W ' U cis? walter Qfihtnarh Boyle Cheyenne, Wyoming " """ """"".lll. . .. ' H F6 l ' "Red" "Red Homme" "The Red Dog" V 1 ,- Sharpshooter, Boy Scout, Buzzard E-1 i 'JI 'lf' wg. IRE! No, a false alarm. It was only Red Doyle going by on a hand- car. Red is the original port running light, who distinguished him- self Plebe Year by "tying up a railway system and endangering the lives of countless people." With Deacon Saunders he went through more adventures than most of us see in a lifetime-they were only satisfied when running on f!.v D's. Even living with Ninguna for a year did not soften the Red Dog, for he achieved the proud distinction of "defeating the ends of discipline." "My d-d red head ragged me," is the only ex- cuse he is ever known to make. As an athlete of the Mexican variety, Red is unrivalled. His wit .A delights the throng, and never fails him. -lin fi.-if?- f I .v 14-M, 1 lp He has all the essentials of a savoir, and t 1 keeps his margin well above a 2.5 with ' no great effort. It is his boast that he has been on first grade for October every . 'q"'wM.fW"5W,f',, 1.-555,33 :TELL ifegvx fgias fiitgx s'LI.?f3 57.35253 -. ' 'T ,, :,',,iI1f'Il 'f"1"',ffif x11?fEIf"' -.1ii'TQZJ QKMF - - " fr -"' -'if e1,--1-W Q -r-'pi +1 ---- Xff'Al' -1,3:w,v f . 15217 gil? E. V, 1 w x. pf S: 1 .A l i 'f l. fix, 1? lgii lt-3 A ii ii 2 '32 a s ,IE ,P Q E e a , 5. - 1 . I 12.2. e i 1572 . A fl f- ffl I-fa ma l year. He has always done his share of rhinoing, but is funnier while rhino than in any other mood. The possessor of many remarkable traits, his place in his- l tory is fixed as the discoverer of Doyle's ,fs Laws : 1. Showers are constant. 2. Velocity of flow increases as cube of time. 3. Resistance is useless. 74 , . 5 .E, I 1 1 f .K 2 .gg i Avail I .wi 4. vp . ,K 3 Q H-A .-,l l Q12 E ,il-1 l .'., ,J 'l if FUD t f EEEI!QI b B W WHE W liatnrente Ulnnmhs Bu Euan Washington, D. c. Q 6 9 A V l l H1 Muscle-bound 4-3-2-1, Buzzard HEN you request the orchestra to play "Marching Through Georgia," have the police keep an eye on DuBose. The only quieting remedy yet found is to gently purr, "Dubie, Dubie, Dubie !" l ' Fun-loving and jolly, Dubie is the clown of the class. He hasr1't a solemn thought in his cranium, and bids fair never to outgrow his first childhood, but you will always find him a sure cure for the blues. Dubie has qualified as one of the old Swedish Guard, although he did fool Spuds once, and quit the squid when our foreign trainers left us. Although not classed as a fusser, he will sometimes bask in the smiles of the ladies Cand they are sure to smiley He is usually hap- piest when contemplating a rhino game, and will talk endlessly about the famous 10th Company Youngsters. "Oh man, you ought to a seen me and Liz!" 75 i t Q lil G a a K Q . " '4' af X X Ns ,X 63,391 N Xm- ii E I 1 N NVQ, ff' I. .1 W., 4 an .u fx. 'f ,ns , Vi., l 4 ll .l g W , ra, r ,af Mae, am, Mr... aww mama um f vfgyn, ifi a SRU? Buhler ie' Penacook, New Hampshire 25 E Q X izfi Q E lil ffi x "Dud" "Roy,' "Farmer John" gg! Football Numerals, Track Numerals, Basketball Numerals, Sharpshooter- Expert, Clean Sleeve ,N all tl 5 1 glfaii l 7 HE casual observer who saw our Farmer John come aboard this will ff battle-wagon sometime in midsummer, 1909, clutching his carpet bag while, open eyed and mouthed, he est1mated the height of the rotunda, . . . . all I would surely have prophecled for the rustic Asp1rante Navale a short, in- I glorious career, to be ended in February by a return to his native New , ' if . . . . . Ql , 3 Hampshire hills. Needless to say, said casual observer missed his guess. ' 3 Dud has plugged along as steadily and consistently in his studies as he has with the class team on the football Held-in both cases he has f Y 112115 43 , , 'ff' "Q achieved the required results. That one so slow in appear- rla' Fas . . VJ 'Air ance could be so quick in e i A W -VS, thought and action is still a marvel to us. iijfj? As far as persistence, . . ' dogged determination, and 3 sturdy self-reliance will carry If K' f...l-,. ,lfgdi Q a man, Dud will go. And he j 1512 bids fair to outstrip many of his more nimble but less " H steadfast comrades in the FHCC. I 76 ,sl T 'C 1 i i E' :Ev wmv Y-227257 scam? View vans? 124-Try 'rzznzv muy 2:52:51 'fri ff C , .gf ., A Qifiial Balmer iiaall Bunhat, Bit. w vm Q K is X Kerb 'X LX r , isg-..g-gf' l . "al 2' ' HFC.- 'Sl' "Ly Nu: . Q' F . my 'XX' xt 11 ' ln if E f N, In I m rf Y fe- X f L. l X 5 Kfl ff "v EY ll ea li 9 , fu' 3' . I fr e' 1 , H if '49 J ff 4 X .3 wx Ev., I , U L, F 1 lqgm gin uf? F5 if .4 Q It , , Mr iifizfj Q L15 ,- .I I-. l E Springfield, Massachusetts I 4 i .41 .4 ..-I ,f I, 1. Q, 'WN F3512 jelq 1 W if Q tg 12, 00199, S' """ T3 LS, link! HC 79 row WU- f3 ii rv Star 4, Clean Sleeve ., . ' ELL of all the poor mutts I ever saw, that prof takes the plum duff. It's no use trying to get a good mark around here any ' ' more. The Navy's gone to --," etc. "Come on, Crowbar, what's your low mark?" "Why do you know, he gave me a 3.6 in Steam, and if I didn't rate a 3.9 I'll eat it!" That's the conversation overheard at Dunbar's table about the last of every month. If he gets less than the maximum mark in any subject, Crow thinks he's abused. 1 ' x T Y KE: 3' is flu i fi:-f .N '21 ui ,. I 1 ly' Jg, r 4 ' 0' -RQ. - - However, his rhino proclivities do not prevent him from f i being a jolly shipmate and as friendly a midget as ever it stunted his growth with nicotine. To look at this f .31 cadaverous brain throb from Massachusetts, you would I Us think you had sighted the Ancient Mariner just returned fa from the barber's. But call forth a smile, and it will :ffm prove that youth still lingers in these wizened features. If we were to relate all the exploits the Crow has ffl . V1 . ,Y Zia! crowded into these few years of glorious life, we would 143 5? have to omit his picture, and the gallery wouldn't be complete without it. C "I ain't cracked de book." 77 5:4 f!I?j?' -7 , AM WNW, Y ,Y his HMM ,AMW ,,q,, , ,m,,M, .M si warm mmm I1if'B5iQfQ.f:' 'gr " 1,11 fl 'sz 'rv -' ': 1:1 seem? W , 15 '-x J ff if X A., A Y z f..-J-f' fees?-Q "fr ,-: N an ,f.,.,,j1s ful' rfhmfr ...,".-fXNfI."LjNMNrT:L3?.xM4 42.13-gfjfggltgkzggl'A-zt'S,3,5211'AMguxe.isa p x - ,f W lhhv on I , X . J... I ,,,. , ,. ,C I, ,W ,x X ,.,x W , v,.. A ,,,f,5wi,, M., . ,, fy. t was 'WR ff ,. fs ,xjeux it .ycwms-few' 'H H rt' tb , . 1 1 - rss Qt V Q5 ,, fpx. .15-r' t it X3 Q , X f . 1'-Z 5,4 ixvwdjj Ei fga X-.'l .li-aw first? Q 5 4, .fi 4? .1 Qt? T 2 ii., if 1 "3 2 1 i f i VI ,ii , 1-X Arthur Ulitlallate Bunn, Sir. Washington, D. C. i P! ' ' I "Lucy" erals, Silver Medal for Foils, Bronze Medal for Foils, Buzzard HEN Equal Suffrage overcomes the nation, Lucy is going to be Super- intendent of the Naval Academy. His favorite pastime is to divine the innermost thoughts of the Powers that Be, and then to explain what they should have done. Being a creature of impulses, he often gives vent to the most villainous puns, and we warn innocent bystanders to beware. His wit is as quick as his foil, and he is one of the best fencers in the Academy. No doubt he would be the best, had he the persistence to capture the honor. Lucy's stories always keep his end of the table in an uproar tLucy usually being the objectb. His rather pessimistic outlook on life is only to be explained as disappointed love, or the ennui of a gay life, for Mirth and Lucy go hand in hand. We anticipate for him early orders to the Mayflower, and a joyous welcome by Washington's elite. "Halt that section, conductor! Halt that section!" ,ff M xxx Captain Fencing Team, Fencing Num- ,JY-H" '78 .sg is. gel gg 'sf 514 Q t Q E 5 a n 1.3. 4 .rig .1 .hs E 'E r vt,-at X-4 4 ' X Y HS, FWQQJSN, 75? A .f 'iff '. l E I l L 1 2:2 L 1 ,wi ll J rd H4 ' , .fi 3 .im L- lill- 2? 'T 's5.' . 'aes i, E., f . 3 S53 ' ,li Qib, s 'f ww my ' asm' wmv wmv . I ,ra - z if Qlfarl jfranus Cllfnrngbt McCook, Nebraska M I, if ,.. Rf, U qw: fig 'il .S A ,. ' ' ml X..- 4 ,ii E5 if! El E5 H ..1z:'l' ' E ' . ,fi ff.: .. --. Q. 'E if 324: rig 1 mfg C if 53 E F S 6 ,fr Z R05 9 is KEEPER ofw v DU'-L A' Hldizii Lacross Numerals, Royal Keeper of the Bull, Star 1, Clean Sleeve, Masque- raders' Electrician IZ is the most persistent fusser in our class, but he believes in quality-not quantity. Plebe Year this characteristic was the cause of his taking strenuous exercise at 9:30 each evening, but nothing daunted, he stuck to his course, was the first to place a miniature, and is a strong candidate for the Class Banner. On Youngster Cruise, Enright's previous naval training proved a godsend to his classmates from the inland states. On that same cruise he developed into a camera Fiend, and his Films have done much to aid in the making of this book. Liz thinks it a poor policy to hold a grudge, and insists on having it out, even if the odds are two to one against him. He is a savoir, but the Discipline W ef ii at Dept. has stood between him and a star. He never refuses to help a If wooden man, or to go catch a smoke. In the old 10th Company gang he was the host of a famous smoking parlor, until the day Leo swiped the last two Pall Malls in the box. First Class rt 4, N rf. e 1 Q ta til ESE F52 r fx f v 92 il 5 . E g O we 1, .4 was:-' 1.4 1-.fill 1: 'ev' 1 , 1 ,eA.,,, .. .... 1 . A Year he held the job in Smoke Hall. Q. fQf3fjQ Although Enright is not a con- tinuous talker, an entry is made in the ?f25i,, log every time he keeps his mouth shut two consecutive minutes. it Q '79 ,J 1 J 11.1 . s L. lf , 1. -it " 'x 4 K If f 4 JW. 155. ,4 1,3 lg- t , . W' rw, , ,. if, M f gg. ,Y of M, ,.,, , .AL, . .t,.g,,,, artsy airy' It i iiaerhert ikesnep jenn gi A , fe Portland, Maine , 'P' ' ,jgzft C ld-Q? it 13 ' 1 f ff? A i 1119 Q5 ill HL W , 1 "Bunnyi' if K C Football N-2d, Football-Baseball-Baskeb ball Numerals, Hop Committee 3-2-1, ,alffgt Chairman 1, One Stripe-Clean Sleeve, Masquerader, Choir - :sl t fu i fl? L Q HARDY product of rocky Maine is Bunny-far ahead of most of Ki px us in life, liberty, learning, and the pursuit of happiness. His Q athletic build and ability bring him a varied assortment of chest decorations, his brace and efliciency brought him the ratey one-stripe, but his love of music Qwhich banished the stripe and deafens him to if V R study-callj brings him more real happiness than all else. With equal 9259 5 facility he interprets Chopin or Cohan, with either hand he plays hymns l QC 5 or ragtime. Besides being a Wiz at tickling the ivories, he can draw ,Jllfiii A uf music from any sort of stringed instrument, bugle, or bass drum. xiii, Bunny's high class standing is the result not of boning but of natural D 5 W quickness of mind and the percep- Mi ' ' tion to grasp essentials without A l if wading through the hopeless de- y tails of the text. With great , credit to himself and the Brigade, iff he holds the chairmanship of the hop committee-as busy a task as q a midshipman can find. But he igfizitfl lex does not interpret his duty to mean I J that he must drag a different girl - to every hop. " Fenn is one of the most versatile ' f C43 men we know-none of us is better equipped for the Service, and suc- cess is sure to be his in anything he undertakes. 80 6 ' : it 41' ' ' 1-S,-1-. is Jiaenrp jfletcher jfluph 1' v""x aigmfeglittgi 5- y l p f""'fv ,, ijsmrgk ' N- -fin 514.-f - TN., -kia N.-Ff12.tjQs cjff gx4-nj-v--LY.,-""", ,LTA ff . T , '85-Wffi7IE":b. - "" , x X , . 1-rw 5.51 Q- iv k.,. ' X. K X 3 I-A . !f' bi: ,yu I' 'NX ,H ,tv Q ' - ' 2. , ..- F 1 YU Y J a t 4, V Lockesburg, Arkansas J l fx' . -1 f Y 1 -f K 1 'x -l x -' ' I , 5 E l- ' 4:gy.' .I57:fQ...- l Akifinkvus ' xi ,. - 5, A E xfjl F-l nz Q ' Soc" f -V5 - t Clean Sleeve ffff., rr F WE had waited for the small man to speak up he would probably have 1 93 , In escaped from the book without ever being properly dissected, classified, mis. ., 4. ffgg and arranged with the other victims of the editorial pen. Soc has never fi held a speaking part on this corner of life's stage, and we are rather 19-,' curious to know just what he thinks of the whole show. But his quiet , FN z ,sl . smile refuses to betray its owner. - t Floyd loves his smokes, and has T a good time whether the showers are constant or the sun breaks rf? through. He carries his silence -A with him to the section room, and ' I refuses to say much on any sub ject with which his acqualntance 1- 1S11I'1'11tCd consequently his re- results are not always successful in this place where bluff IS king His one fa1l1ng is a fondness for Jokes of the debcqo de mesa 5 variety Our good wishes go Tx with this classma e so rich ln golden silence :J . ca M 3 I .1 Z ' . . wt 3 f U f. ' . 1 .. , I .-W1 V - V ,'l .' . ' . I il' fl . . . . -1 i - f- ' lp . . . . Q, ,Q i' 0 1 l l I ,Y J p I 'll ' as 1 ' as 4 I A Q l . '- . ' I if s , - .:, A X 4 ii ' TE . L' 5 3 Y -' 1 : ,, , f 5 5' 'f. ki D a ' ll ' ' Q fi' ' fb Ap . 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As Class President, Lem is much in the public eye: for four years he has held the respect and esteem of the class as no one else could. Youngster Year we bestowed on him the highest honor we could give a classmate, and to say that he has never failed to deserve it is to give him our highest praise. Not in the least conceited over the many good things that have befallen him, he is welcome everywhere, and enjoys nothing better than a big talk-fest with the gangg he generally manages to hold up his end, especially when supported by a long, black perfecto. In short, Lem is "one of the boys." And did you ever see that ever-ready smile? When those eyes wrinkle up at you, "tain't no mo' " glooms- the effect is the same on both sexes. As the original Cornfield Wit, Lem is notorious and his ph.ilanthropy in organizing the P. P. P. P. P. P. will never be forgotten by "Sail Ho." In his athletic endeavors, i Lem has run into a p streak of hard lucky but i H he has managed to graft ,fn fly' I ' 'A on numerous training M "J H tables, which is an ac- , D, complishment in itself. i . , ' Old friend, if the V admiration and good will of every man in the Class of 1913 can help to make your life a happy I one, your future content- ment and prosperity is assured. I I 82 f gg., ,...e to ,uf ...tt av ww SIS V371 5 lin, imp? it ill fist f E E 1, ,. if is S B 1 5 A +A , ?I - .gi 5231 'izff iii is 'JJ 2: 'QT :Iwi . ,- il 1, wcbriift . a it wt 3 'lil if V24 J A ' Wal ,X fiufx Q9 ,A Q. -4 Qliherett lie Bop Qapbart Toledo, Ohio or 'Q . ,, is za -za ik TT iii eq, qv' M' 7 '5an..AdVl.. ' vi AV,--43:3 E ' "Corto" "R.B." "Shorty" Lucky Bag Staff, Secretary Midshipmen's l ' Athletic Association, Star 4-3-2-1, Four Stripes-Five Stripes l R-R-R-R! He barks a whole lot but never bites. He has a voice like a bass viol, a gait like the Emma Giles, a salute like a chorus girl, and a head like the chapel dome. And this, our i-ive striper and most ponderous savoir, is the most modest, unassuming man in the brigade. Corto never forgot anything in his life, not even his friends when he pulled down the big job. The Short Dog's brains work on the principles of mechanisms, and more accurately than a three-dollar omnimetreg he doesn't volunteer any promiscuous - nllanmganlqinlggmllg 1ni1n iTa n1ee i111i, "-' """"' "'-i'P 'i QQ' I information, but question him on any leading subject and you will call forth an encyclopaedic compendium of accurate knowledge. Bobo tells us that the short man's diversion is to bring home stray alarm clocks, toy automobiles, etc., and hide them under the bed. He once shook this scrap heap together and announced the result as a sidereal clock for regulating the movements of the stars. But his work as skipper of a bat- talion, and later of the Brigade, shows that a man can be savvy and practical at the same time. Gayhart intends to reck for a billet on a ship with the drydock habit, home yard Philadelphia. I wonder why. 83 - - "Ca-"I 'ff I 'TNQ -Q A -- -npvx -- L f-W' - --f' f 'W - 'xg .-rag, 4 f- -' -Va ' - i .V -' ,, N: , i W 1, TZTti,g"".-r,.4 3.fN,,Ti1Ti'gW, ,gm - , if ' is .k,,, Ga, J ,M,. i -,. ra, ci., soma lr, ,V x, ,if wi.. X1A. wmv S 71 gfgbl, ,if grief: Salomon Iiaahhun Queer '13-9' 1, hai! tb Q " xg, X I ?Qlf'2' fifty! ' Belton, South Carolina EVN I Aiwa . . ffv I f' -'Mi ' I, UU' Q 5-, YQ -I ,gm H.. VJ E, Q Q 0 P ' V: SW: '54 e: mic0Sf5 '-Sffif' ' 5 4 1 "Sol" , Buzzard t ii 1 fx I J. -, El, E 2 ' 'I' OL came to us from the wilds of South Carolina, where he had already , l VN 31 tasted of the joys of higher education, and was well prepared to look rl .- 'N 1 i H fall the 2.5 square in the eye and prove he was the better man. All went if W i well until the First Class took the Semi-An in Dagog but Sol got a re- ii exam, and all's well that ends well. Plebe Summer, Sol trained with Dad , fiiffii Conner, and became our professional hard guy when his preceptor left ,mrs these parts. He did very well in the role until the New Hampshire hit '21 New Yorkg then Sol's desire to maintain peace at any cost got the better of his discretion, and he wore court- plaster the rest of the summer. C ide Second Class Year, Sol became - ,V "'Wy"' 1 l e imbued with the ambition to sketch W gg the most perfect double-ended re- 'glam I 1 f il 'kvv turn-tube Scotch boiler ever manu- I' is factured in section room, and the 3 4,-R opp, . , and a few minor differences with the - 3 under-classes, Sol has rolled merrily f along the road, a live factor at all A x times and a man to be reckoned 5' , with. And his work as assistant Fire Control Officer of the Alabama proves that the Service will gain an efficient officer when Geer graduates. 844 G's and I-I's were not slow to ex- y 1 , press their envy of this artistic ac- J z complishment. Aside from this, 1 x '1 1 I .c, L.. 1 i 4'-ll i 1 v hifi. xl .N N 5. ,Q I X A M, Aging, -,Q-c1ggr5'gx,4-fgpcggv-b4ff1,,zfs .-f:Lag.'L1-f.gi'.N 1 . .fs . 9 i ry- caftfs-cus Wl'2"'Q"me6 Evil' yi v -3 ill ik nw is 3921! Ziaenrp Q5El5BlIl1Uff KW f fl kfff :J ' X J Oneida, New York KLX me 'Q'J'3AI xi 1 bifida Y J 'mm il M 1 kit!! 2 X nl w olo lffiif K if x ,f , j, ll" Q79 N' L ,A-lk 42,75 MW. ' as 1 lv Ml, "Admiral "Goog ' Qin k F ,Q Track N, Track Numerals, Academy Record-Half Mile, Clean Sleeve HE tall, lanky Goog hails from up New York State, where ladies' men are born, not made. QHe says so himselfj. He is savvy enough e B to have had a much better class standing, if he had neglected his mirror in favor of his books, and had the good judgment to keep out of ' numerous scrapes. U N, The Admiral's pastimes are fussing and blufhng the profs, but his hobby is to collect 100-D paps. Most of his time is spent in amorous cor- respondence and in dreaming of the fair faces which adorn his locker door. The miniature beauty parlor on the second shelf of that same locker would do credit to a . . 5 ' ,-..-55. ,.,. Q? fi s iff? I ' rf is is s- ie 'ilflli .rw 1. . ,c 1 -. ,.-, -la 5 525' ff? i'-1. wifi 'i f F fa21ff5L2 ' El Q 55 0 debutante. No hop is complete without the Goog, but he feels the restrictions of the new regu- lations keenly. On the track, Geisenhoff has set a mark that looks good to f stand for some time, and he is a 'W consistent point winner. The Admiral will do anything for you if you just kid him about his latest queen. 85 l lf, fl li l 'I I ii to l' rf ll ty .vi mf' Ei L-1 .M fi iff ..i.r 1 Lib., tm , , r as ii ir n r M ' rifl e 1 sis r re , r if if 'iiigrgi'zf:f Gramm H i ' f55,'f'1x::'- 'Trump' , ,.., ' -nm, -.,r,,.,f sipna? X .... EJ Ka1s.J.,f N-QE-1 WWEYW' WWW YE? eg, a-frlfsgy 'ix 1.1-my fl" 'iriri' Af, i iiaarrp Bepnnlhs Eellersteht be ' Y if Troy, Alabama literal :gi 525226 eggs G D ' W 'A K, hifi "Frou-fron" "Queen" ' Darling" "The Long Drink" .gfjy Buzzard-Clean Sleeve f ROU-FROU-oh, what a pretty name!" Say this in a sweet feminine tone, and you have the Queen's idea of heaven. Plebe and Youngster Years he was a confirmed Red Mike, but since then he has broken a new heart at each hop, for he slings the most convincing line in the class. When Frou First ' ' 56 ' ,Y had E Joined us he was such a cute little fellow, and although he has added a foot to figs i his stature each year, the girls still rave about him. He never wears out a suit- li just outgrows it. For four years he has tried without success to hit the pap for "Not properly shaved." As charter member of the 6th Company Guard, Frou originated 'D it a system of weights and measures that has the firm endorsement of Jakey and the Short Drink. When t the Two Drinks get together, they are funny enough to win ap- plause in a nickel show. First Class Year the Queen developed into a checker shark, and took a correspondence course for expert accountant so he could keep track of the Hambone's telegrams and i money. Gellerstedt is never happy un- less rhino, so he says the Navy is no place for a married man, and that he is going to resign isome dayj. "Ain't this a h-l of a life?" ,,aIl4"' 86' fit 6 py, r .fjgw fi il t . r i -J li FTW1 534 c 3, ii, ivii 3 l iff l l . i Q i1"f l iff 1 it l 'L l -2 bl I all tl ff ltr, Lil l fr, . 1 is ,V wg -i Ya .4 A . 4. 5 . F: 'iv 7 . I ,f if ,M , 1 1 "'7"f"N 'T"'I.x i f"Eff.'il5fA?gil5i'JFTQg11L7' iiflTfg:7LKt...."ir'.s.7.L'7l "?1,,1igf? Qyxbuliiig, '19, t Harman Qiamphzll Qnllette ,Vg ' w s u' if 3 Qi' 3 . 1 . . . "Wi " K. H Chicago, Illinois any ' . V71 jail ,Lf If . i, ng it f if 'Qfllff lei lt? 3 A gldj 3 fha il :Q ' A 9 nc 9 aww!! X, if "Froggy ' Shorty ' ,g A fv l ffl U19 . . ,lf fy- Captain Gymnasium Team, GNI ffl A x, Cheer Leader, Director Y. M. C. A., ily, 'kg TJ Buzzard ,f?Q1?2 ' 212 fii ,Ei HERE'VE you been, Frog?" by The Frog, returning from a boat trip: "Oh, just ran over to the flagship to have a chat with the Admiral." "Well, what did he have to say?" v,LV'?l "Why, I said: 'Good morning, sir,' and he said 'Get the h--l out of my way.' " . . il When in the course of Academy events it becomes necessary to have a few tumbling and gymnasium stunts, Shorty is the man who steps into the limelight. Endowed with a perfectly proportioned little body, he has trained it until ,gl to-day he stands a premier in collegiate gymnastics. His running Hip on Franklin Field set the tide of 6 to 0 victory rolling down over the Caydels' goal line. '-2' ' r':'0f We have never seen his peer as a cheer leader, I I 1 lst ewfj ' ' . ,iv j K ij xx: lk and his press notices were all that a prima f V ,M if donna could desire. f-1' if Gillette is a frank, open-faced lad from the ' if f ' l Sir i . . , ' ' '- 12 Windy City, with a nature as breezy as his ' 3 p ll native prairies, and a capacity for hard work 1 In gi , g f i , 1 A' and hard play that would put to shame a man M y " i 5, of twice the size. He is one of our licensed 0, A 1'fe f A Q .L ' fx humorists, and with Pug as a side partner he , , ' - J ,fi 3 gg A has pulled off some rare ones. There is al- f f - . . . . . - A - l 2 PQ yi ways a smile even in his misfortunes. It IS v better, no doubt, to be a big frog in a little A 3 M iy Q3 puddle than a little frog in a big puddle: but I p l Q9 to be in the same puddle with the One Frog IAQ? f' would be the happiest situation of all. ,U gpm I , 87 :.,. J, nit :,. , fl f. .- as 31,1 .l Q -9 4 S l 4 A, W ,. 1 if -- - nw.: N...jfQ-v-' may '-gulf: MJ' ir ., ,,.a- 'illuph Robert Emp I t'1kJ' f l' W kiwi KLM-I 'K f". Eureka, California is . at-5i if . ii L if it .. :. y mmm I ky W . .ki N A egg .V , N tiff? .. 1 x 1 'Eli .M-by :ET fi ii ..'. T X. I 1 ' .Ll 'J filifi "Mouse" "LR," Lacrosse LNT, Sharpshooter-Expert, , Bronze Medal, Lucky Bag Staff, X Buzzard-Clean Sleeve F s 'i l O, THIS man is not in chains-he is merely Wearing a sharp- 'gi shooter's medal, attached to the longest string of date plates ever All collected by a midshipman. Gray is proficient not only with a Eff! rifle, but for three years has been a mainstay on the Lacrosse Team, and at present writing is contending for honors on the Fencing Team. To gl everything he undertakes he brings a fixed determination and a capacity 'ff' E for work which land him at his goal with credit. , - 1 TTS: Unfortunately for the Mouse, but very fortunately L 'A for us, he joined the class after a short sojourn with -my 1912. What would this Lucky Bag be without his 3 miffii artistic and painstaking work? just glance over rl the athletic headings. Dago is the one stumbling block which has deprived him of the top notch in l class standing, and the many strugglers to whom he Q has given freely of his time to make clear the J mysteries of Mech Drawing and Mechanics will long , l l sing his praises. ft .,.l ,H M L. R. has been the victim of unmerited hard luck f lnmj I' in the Academy, and we trust that in the service - ' he will find the good fortune he deserves. You will look far to find a more practical, level headed officer. Q1 5 wp ? 'I -Q ,' -.4 ' fp- ,- Faqs 47- V-f".,',, 7-Y'--, V'-4-W, 9.,'-- Af -. fl ' ..-fe- 3 5 1-5 fb 4'.1."'5 in-f1fl"i..f99"KP..i.i--.J'f"" K'fr1"'x.:i.".j4'i - A' 'i1:.:s.:- '.-f..f,1l S ,. 1 if ' ":51:g.4,2' li'g.at-5Q'.f5gf s Bnhert ilanustnn Grayson rx 'ffl-:f .- . "L'5-ff1r.si 'l 'BX --alum. si-2.511 :Q-,. m -..' .Lyn N - W3 wwf' , , , Z I- Ph l ' 1 '4 qw K f ' if T' '1 "" A I 'V it 'qs 1' 1 Q 'F atv 4-pf. - -U 37.4.4 A.-.f A K4.4-my V1 ' -. -L V X - 1 KW' , Q4 ,J 0 wp. i 0 j.i-,A 5 Y YSLwL1:la-b ' 24 . 111 Q iii: 5 lil ffm L, J K x fi r F . n' ,jf Q ri lzvewra in ' ii in li fi. lit" El Q5 if 2 V . - "if, i ft 'rays- 1 ai. mass ' 'siib L .' 3 :TA 9:3 ?':' 1 bi.. 1 , Qiifl 'W A1 9 if- iii,-171 QQ Selma, Alabama an A 5 Gi".-'if zip ,Q 9 X H "Bobbie" "Huse" "Romeo" Battalion Staff Petty Officer OBBIE is one of the few men in the class who was a heavy fusser all Plebe Summer. He started out with a "heavy drag" and has been dragging ever since. But every afternoon of Second Class Cruise, Bobbie could be found on the starboard verandah, his gaze intent on the setting sun, his eyes luminous with that in the Cosmopolitan. So we take it that the magnitude of the original attraction l far away look so well described going to hops very frequently, but the sf., ,,t next time the word is passed "First Class Ui draw hop cards in Room 205," Grayson is there asking for two. We can't Figure out why it took Bobbie two years to get a start, for he hasn't been unsat in anything in all the time we've known him. I-Ie's a hard and willing worker, and anything he under- takes in earnest must succeed. For four years he has been senior member of the firm of "Bobbie's 8: Buck's," and has stood the strain wonderfully. This gentleman of the Southland is a most lovable, steadfast friend, and we hope to be shipmates with him often in l the years to come. i K 89 in the far West has not diminished in i these four years. This Romeo swears off its in l .,, tg ggff' ' .wif mf - f"', i fr..f'i'1z.ff3 "L-f f U" Y ' QN , -, " ',. 1-' 1. H . '-'-' '-JM, '-'- W '. ,.,, ., A Y' 11..- Af' :N ,,.'-rf'-H-ff ,,...'l:f 'Digi' ..,':ef"f'i:f.,:T" 33. 'L-4:21 Y 'N 1 ' " . NMA ' . f V' ,s,..-' c ,..,f N-.......n2' X.,. . I ' Q'na....iY.,v' "-.-ff2:..W ,LV xg ffEjr1A1'J 5 ifjij'-by ' .R X Hifi. J V fit-27 Q messy, . Gent 2 lluumls brews r. , ff'-R ' , L-' fig AK V ikgiftfl b.- r , if Providence, Rhode Island Ff,.g,E l id' 39 My flair 53 M :mime f 1 wisely ii cs s 1 HCUY ,Q , v ii if Q ifeill f.. i f""f'v'l . lf.. ,. N ,I .533 ,. . in 4 T ,J 41-f. A, , AI, X figs. . . ,M - 1 3575. :WH .B fiery , Q 1 's.,.,' 1' f I f i I l P F l C , J E it's a cold month that finds him on Sharpshooter, Masquerader, One Stripe N easy-going, quiet and unassuming clam-digger from Little Rhody: the clos- est approximation to a Paderewski that the class can produce. Het is right there when it comes to "ticklin' de ivories," and may be found most any time down in Smoke Hall, surrounded by those of vocal ambitions Csingers and otherwiseb, supplying melody by the yard. He likes to fuss, and does so when- ever opportunity offers. Nine o'c1ock is his regular bedtime, and he is firmly con- vinced that reveille sounds too early. Another domestic trait is his strong aversion 53 to wearing undarned soxg now that C . 4236 parcel post rates are effective, he can send them home much cheaperg but we admit that it's hard on the mails. ,,, George is savvy enough to pull X. K good marks in anything that interests him. He lacks ambition in athletics, or he might have showed us some- thing in this line. His luck as regards demerits is all on the safe side, and the grade. His aptitude as an officer H is only marred by his home-loving ' disposition. A ' . 'lf 'L ms.. .A J "Hey, Hetty, how's it to pump the 'f keys awhile?" 90 , , QW A is sag N 3 Q? A Q B F t 91: 1,3 22093 J 11 4 534 'Q f " fl jf ?i.4f', E V15 All Y ' 5253 if Ea 5322. 2' 1,1 2 . s , .1 Fi!! 2 If? N weft W :E fi fi WI Ll l -' . 1 i 'F-'Q 13 i 12,1 eil 340' V fx g 5' ,Eg 'L W4 , L Q w r lg g i 1'Y l ll lll '5' Qnhretn len Iiaaas Ashland, Pennsylvania VYXOQVN Digg? ' O Q "Dutch" "Leo" "Third Party" The Class German, Deutscher Verein 4-3-2-1, Clean Sleeve EO is our mascot. He violently insists that his ancestry is Dutch, L and nothing but Dutch. It is a valiant man who dares to doubt the statement. The Dutchman is perfectly good-natured, and will stand more abuse than any other article of furniture in the Smoking Roomg but if you would see him in an ecstacy of rage, ask him who was Grand Marshal of the Labor Day parade in Ashland. Youngster Year our hero was threatened with heart murmur, but that year was strenu- ous enough to give him anything. He roomed j with Annin, belonged to the 10th Company gang, and started second term with a 1.83 in ai Math. But his "Teutonic determination" it fwhich once carried him a block and around two corners in less time than it takes to tellj pulled him through it all. Leo's latent talents remained undiscovered until , First Class Year, when he appeared as the star pianist of the Smoke Hall Conservatory, and proved himself the champion long distance orator of the class-his philipic on the Army was uninterrupted from Philadel- phia to Crabtown. He has the biggest smile in the class, and a heart to match. "Now I say once, what are you going to do already this after yet?" ' 91 ? VQfrT' -. ,. 4:42222 -N V N , mt M. H A , ge., ,W ,...a. , ,,.., r, g . , , v KE 1 ,, ,, - .mm ,, pw,-s 1 I gf M ,i's'm, :T Lemma 'f' . llffir.. - NX ,. - ' 1"-an "fa" ' . . 4 - - "4-' - . --' . . :""-' -' , -Q , f.,--Q.. -. i V - :ff 1 X- we ie 1. f ' ' ' 7,1 Qin .1 rr- , 'xli'MAh f it iiiiigx .iff yi w 3 r ,xl 1 31 i . 4, gag:-wgv - A.. .,., ..x.sCx,..,, ' ' f V .am'vB.A17' fSii.4.r.,7 Zahn 'ileslie Zfaall Williamsburg, Virginia OLD FACE J 1 , ,J W' me . ' Y oTHE'f smuesf so '2' Jimmy" "Saucer-face" Football Nia, Baseball N, Basketball N, Chairman Class Ring Committee, Athletic Representative 4, Presi- ' dent Midshipmen's Athletic Association, Buzzard V wi HORUS of Plebe Bosns: "Stand aside all ye landlubbers, and let , . 1 a dipsey wave roll by!" Then over the horizon looms Jimmy ' Hall-a big, blonde, good-natured Virginian who yells every time Xl u t he hears Dixie. His deep bass voice and his deep-sea roll are the envy - " of all the plebes, and they go out of their way to have him speak to them. i x . . . ' j 4 jimmy is a friend to everyone, and he knows J A' Q more people in the Brigade than does any X g other man in the class. The athletic honors detailed above speak f' full eloquently of the big man's prowess: my three N's won by a man whom the coaches Hrst booked as hustler material tell a story of hard, persistent work that only the achieve- ment itself can reward. And the rest of the headlines show how proud his class has been to honor him. The Big Sock is at his best when recount- ing the days he spent at William and Mary, and every listener is convinced that this is the man who discovered the U.S.N.A. And 2 the Little Sock says his call letter is the , meal pennant over the lst, 2nd, and 3rd re- ! peaters. Jimmy Hall, we raise a high glass to your name and fame! K1 "Kiss mef' 92 ri-Q 1 1, I 415. ,if J i s.- , 1 X .' Zn. ,r r' ' ...- .P -A A if .ina - x. 1. Xl i i r-f--..p I l snail 5 i .----473 Nwval , ,, M: , .' ' l X Ni I ,f 4 1 t.. 1 7 ia 'Hifi' fr, Ii fklsifl JVM Ili EEL f . tiff? .f 5, W I kt ,fi tfsii ixpj ' l il ,, l,l:,s,-"il 461425 'ai F, 61372 1 531, Egg far, -E 5 3? iii 3 Eg W. ,,, gi ti' ,,. ,y . ' if 1 ,,v'-- L., ,-1 fs- N V1 Y ., , J :Ip x , t, fe 1' 'l Qi E i Ei r if ,it il' l lr 15" ii ,K li I' .4 ji' I. lb ,, x . 2 I A' 5' .,,r K, fly .fgf I. f f t. Fa or fr-2 3 - 1 g?F'5f'X,6"lV5xf'W'X5""Sf'9"Xf"'Nf""X4S'T'N.d'F'X L G!'f 'GE ' n6,,0q!M'5f'Ei'D "F "'m1'c.E"i1v"?mFJtilEmc'!6' v , 1 'B i rv. Eifrifili x. '3"""'1' " ' ' " 'fri ff' - K-wi .,,,, TZ? f-iT"f?e it . ' my vm? W 3 ff. .p ,r v , .--1 .lm ' 1' -gg Hg' . , , if ' Zllfllinlltam Gibb Bartlett ilaattb Wa, .si ' UU if 1- . New York City 11551, 5 I SQ mf Qyllllllllllllllllla QWL3 ,of R ECTQWSS HUF? lllllllllllllllllllx tigyjx i 3 AWN -3 5 , L" liffj ii V Merit!- f iw Q ,J , , A "Hattxe' by ,, Gymnasium Team, GNT, Buzzard N 4 SQ? 3353 E PRESENT the man who owns Broadwayg the man who can AW call more headwaiters by their First names than could Diamond S jim Bradyg and the man whose nightly-beg pardon, morning- 5 Q " 'iff p ig business it is to put the shutters on every cafe in New York. Yes sir, when Hattie leaves town the lobster palaces go into bankruptcy, and -mf' LC: pw U' fi A 'ull 552225 sb al fin' an Q ..f -"I .5 tt ,, .1 i vii .3 "W rt v XE tv 1. 7,,. , P43 .lv 33 taxi companies cease to declare dividends. But aside from this gaiety, Hattie is one of the most lovable men we know, and his friends are untold in numbers. His ready laugh makes him a good shipmate, and jolly comrade, and a true friend. He is always ready to help anyone in distress, except when it's a case of dragging-there he draws the lineg he says it's his motto never to mix business with pleasure. When you accept an invitation to one of Hattie's parties, just as a precaution- ary measure leave an address with the clerk as to where to ship the remains. "Well, I'm not sure, but I think I gave it to the taxi-driver." 93 G my gn, X -t l F iii. v ' Y., . ts 5 . i kgut., t f ' i 1 1 -Mfg . tl fe la l ll 1 ,:'. , ri 2, J Sl u .1 9 r 1 , Av , ffl Q 1 i' FB. 53" . 51 ,L ' KY .1 if si .L .L X1 1 -of 1 ik: s W Q3 e ' y.. ' teet to or H e BVS, .-f" 4 1,A-x Qllljarles Garhiner ifaelmirk f" rg- in f Chicago, Illinois f.iff.X1 ref' eg on 51: , LS' ,U 3 Auil 5, "Gardiner" "Hell Mick" silk? Rifle Team, RNT, Sharpshooter-Ex- t. , pert, Manager Rifle Team, Mas- lg! 1 gl querader, Lucky Bag Staff, 5 A V X Choir, Director Y. M. C. A., 'TA' One Stripe-Two Stripes- , 7 Clean Sleeve ' CCE homo."-It may be true that he can't distinguish green from red at ten inches, but he certainly can perforate the little bull's eye at any range, ten times in as many shots. This accounts for Ui? the jacob's ladder of medals and dateplates that he sports on Sundays. C.G. is a quiet, unobtrusive individual, with a tremulous upper lip and a fv dilating nostril which give the impression of a caged bird, or a young deer startled by the hounds. As a matter of fact, he is neither caged nor pur- ig, sued, is a man of spirit and independence, and enjoys academic life to ,fit ft ing 3 the utmost. if T Carelessness in small matters has If' b 11 G din f i f 1 W marks i"it1:f'f 1 roug t ar e a ser es o o in that branch of study known as "Con- , duct." But in all other departments he t stands well, even though his study hours y are usually consumed in fruitless argu- Q 1 ment and debate with his Irish wiie. For three years the corridor in their vicinity has resounded with Helmick's ,fi insistent logic and the Harp's substitute I S for it. Checkers and music constitute Wifi i the Mick's other amusements. A savvy iw' fi ,J man of simple tastes, he represents the L' type we need in the Service, and we sin- X 4 cerely hope his one sad experience with the hikers has cured him of a long cherished desire to join the dough-boys. 944 l is 2 fl il sw is xc I3 1, 'f i ff in , rp nhl' v y, TQ! P at 3v:..- gy sea www gig aw, Mg, s ,.,. M amy xm,-ea, .,., .. m- .mf any QE? my- N' T' ' Win he .1 4,9 . 1 'A li W git ? jesse ilkuhert ilaenhersun 135353, ,H x , W 2 ' X Flemingsburg, Kentucky fliw Q 'fri 4. ibiza 2 .N Kffx ff f, tgirl ' 'UG' El ll' Q 1 iwf ,lik L l N-f'. 1- 6:25 QUT 3,6 ,jfs :img as 99 usb as ME jess oog si g, sxglij 5' Baseball Numerals, Buzzard T ., ' ES sir! First Class Leave I went to Baltimore, bought my machine, K "f . 3' ' Y I .tis 0 t 3 3 KY st, W ' sa, ii ' 2 ll- x 'H '3 if 21 igf 1 il , Ste f 'F f , V 'EY .31 and started home." There you have the introduction to the story of the Great Motor-cycle Trip. How much of that month was left to spend in the Blue Grass Country is another matter. But when one stops to consider the project, he will have nothing but admiration for the persevering young enthusiast. Once he was aboard the machine the only thing needed to complete Shoog's paradise was the company of Sarge. Plebe Year this quiet, thoughtful Kentuckian took the task of mothering the Texas Warbler, and persistently labored to plant the seeds of wisdom and sobriety in that verdant soil. He has been forced to relinquish his protege, but patiently awaits the future that is to display the result of his efforts. He has stuck as con- stantly to his studies as to his tasks, and whatever chance other may bring, he is bound to have the satis- faction of deeds well done, for he is one of the few Whom the lamp of duty guides with unerring light. un....ALn-... J- 95 I .1 E B , um 3 KW . - ' :Etfg34.:'?L3' wg. , Wir A I ,iff . T if .1 lil 1 i 4',, d it .Il L at 5 i' l I 5. it l 5 . l il , ,. E im, E .jf l A I 1 l ji C53 ...I an til . - -1- fa, . .- . -.. -:f-.- r" . '71 'fo' if rr W- 'fix at 'ey-fr. 'w - f- -gs. - - f v --- . -X--N .- '-,---J:-M15--,-4 - - , ., , , ". - t r ,"fl. fe - K ,s 5 . ,,g. ,f .H . A -,J senref many x Q 5 vi-vf,'p' Q,-vga xjlx , AE M 1,-"f . . i MP" Fa MA X if rj my vi' ri -i s5Ff-Ei. J iBaul ZQBIIUIFEII l Dx- vt K .sz-5+ 'rlsf I his ' Q .v -I l .gg Chadbourne, North Carolina get Vi-fir MNA N .tif gf! lflill 4 f:2r.,':'f " if V Nt l fiflixi "Skinny Paul" lfl 7, p Expert Pistol shot, Punster 4-3-2-1, t One Stripe tif HEN the gang gathers in Smoke Hall, puffing their pipes and slowly sub- . siding into gloom. suddenly a thin, droll voice pipes up-"If Taylor Spears himself with a magnetic needle, would you Kidd him about it?" That's Paul Hendren. Such witticisms are tolerated for the sake of the really good stock 'l 1 of dry jokes that the quiet perpetrator has at his command. His other diversion is -- 3 playing handball, and he is one of our most enthusiastic experts at the game. .1 N3 W? After three years as guardian of Admiral White, Paul qualified for the position rf of caretaker to A. Leo Haas: by limiting the Dutchman's malt diet, he has suc- 'l'ifl",, asf' V tv: -r, I lu ceeded in keeping him under sub- 1 jection. Every little while, Hendren QL 5 gg and E. Davis hold reunions of the 1-,wif old 12th Company Hard Guys, and always bring back a package of gum -14 drops. , ,J Paul's development as a fusser was a gradual process, and First Class i Year with his one stripe he blos- somed out as quite a Beau Brummel. But as yet his heart has not got the , better of his brains, which are of First l quality, and always in good working condition. X, The Old North State could not ask for a better qualified represen- tative in the service. XJ lei 'w 96 I X I walter Qbtnen Zaenrp Cleburne, Texas ,gf 40--rx '-... i' -N - . -..- ,-,ff 555 I - ow L 4' N ' 1- ,,. ay A , !".'::+ . .x 1 : Em , s 9 i i. F M li? E B l l 5. E L l L 090 cf ,XP ,QW e 40 . 995 , . Hsal-ge!! Football and Baseball Numerals, Mas- querader, Farewell Ball Committee, First Petty Officer ARGE came a "right smart piecel' to honor the class with his pres- ence, but "I reckon" it was worth while-to the class, at least. There isn't a better "gloom-dispeller" anywhere than Sargeg you just can't worry him, either with your troubles or his. The only thing that ever causes his Angora to show its horns is the subject of electricity. Sarge doesn't spoon on boning it any more than he likes to turn out for break- fast-and that is saying a Uwhole heap" for such a slow sleeper. Having spent his early years on the Mexican border, it was only natu- 5 , if Es , vial: 1 ' K fa :alt fl' f 3.155 ,Q tt-512' 132.4 ' rg?--"i wi' :'V5,I , . i ".'r. 1 . -'fl O -gg ,114-up ',s '.4. 1: sf .. PM ,I N 5 s.. 15, yr. . .. --1 . Q '-1 g-.4 E. 4 ,I il ,E H.. . 1, , ,Av Q . . its f,i':LA figig gg-1:5 fienm r-'N , f""F x f"".-N f,"A,: .. or if Qxiyil Q' 'W Q - 'T' 5' -' Q' f.I'1E'l-'1 - 'ETIJ tiff " TED 1ifiFS'5fr 1 CE? Y....l'?" N......' f NIJ? YQTJL! llT'1' 7 i,T""J x.' ,f X, 1-f N-.Q-gg! K".1",..'.37 X n 'y x U T, f V. lcf? lvl it ll l, I ff E lx ,ll it if 1'v-WEANX EJ .fl fk U il Q B EE r 0'-if ii' in if "ft , J w , a ,fly ral that Sarge should step right into the President's chair in the Mexican Athletic Association. Realizing that the vocal chords were placed in the f f throat for use, the Texan has stood by Nature well in demonstrating their value. And heh sings as much Cthough perhaps not so vvellj as' agigq he talks. The words aren't necessary, and the I age of the tune doesn't matter-it's the music J' H Q that countsg and with Sarge, "Whistlin' 1 V Rufus" and "I'll Be Your Honey in the 5 2 Springtime" are far more popular than ' any of the latest "rags" fi Sarge and "Sugar-Love" Henderson ,Xi ' once made up their minds to leave the if Navy and become "consulting engineersng I. 1 Q but not knowing whom to consult, they icfll gave up the scheme. It is safe to say, however, that Sarge will never be per- fectly happy until he is once more "back behind the plough." 97 Y V, , "7 -V - . s :fe-.3QLfjj:"335g1. wfgiig 'fqgggy Q-:Tv Qff'r"',f Wm?-F s'i Wm' 'K' 3 v gi fl i I i G , i - John 'ishop 19111 at-FEM Centerburg, Ohio Q. i 3 l X X "Lulu" "Mother" , Fencing Numerals, President Mothers' fi Club, First Petty Officer I 'fi K r,'. ULU HILL made a big mistake when he turned down a professor- ,f ship in Harvard to accept an appointment to Annapolis. But his folly has resulted in a great addition to the cultured appearance V "" of the class. Mother is a highbrovv, an English savoir, a fencer, a fusser, and a man of all-around aesthetic tastes. In Berlin he entirely overlooked 1 f the Palais de Danse, where the rest of the Brigade ultimately fore- ffftofsg gathered, but he had a good time inspecting the art galleries, museums, ilt 1' and Automats of Dresden. H Mother's greatest achieve- K . ,qv--1. K ' ' , '1 i . ..4 H ment has been to live four years ,ff fm: ' 'V in marital felicity with his man Q Ping. They say he even hen- 5 pecked the latter-snatched him Q, bald-headed, as the saying goes. g However, the strength of home l ties have not been sufficient to prevent his being a heavy fusser, , of rather limited attentions. WM -X Hill is always good natured- T. -P fx Nj we believe he left his goat be- 1 1 . 1 hind when he entered the f 5-2 service-and so well contented I lg as to be very seldom rhino. And if he is not only good natured, but f what is rarer in these days, ex- ' tremely good hearted. ' 98 Strong in character as well as A D 3 glll llannxllllj it ---fl-QQ-Q QlQQ ' M ' Modesto, California gf -SNP 2 if i"'f'f N hx i I 12' karl QEriJariJ Zlamtge l ' a s SEB "Heiny" "Karl" Eg? is Captain Track Team, Track N, Academy 6 B Record-Hammer Throw, Buzzard tl " WELL set up body, a handsome face,a quiet nature, and a happy disposi- Q B tion-Heiny is a man whom you can always count on in an emergency, and as a true friend. He is a confirmed Red Mike despite the fact that he makes an instant hit with every girl he meetsg we believe he takes secret pride 6 Q in his record of not attending a single hop. Notwithstanding his light weight, Hintze is the best performer with the hammer that the Navy has ever had on the track. In three years he has raised the record from 130 feet to 143 feet 91-2 inches. If-L33-I 3535? A native son of the Golden West, Karl 3' ' lg has always had visions of steering a ., ff. plow through his own orange grove on ft the western slopes of the Sierras. For .1 it three years he and Doc Walton have , f, roomed together and sketched plans for a model farm in California. X95 body, Karl Hintze is a man whom we , touched by its vices and benefitting by V ,i 'Q 5 . :F-f' sb' AX Y ,4 gi A, W I1 l F L' ,f sz L ci f i -fx, f FQ, 6 1 7 I Y is .r f W Ju., EF f at af 513:52 Q its virtues. 99 -v H! are proud to call our classmate, for he .f i has gone through the Academy, un- ly .j'5'i"ZLf,.- --' .fi W- Fla ,, jZT:myi,g1.gm,p1f11,hji-M ,J iiirggwfgxg mW,5s:QgM4j,1 Qmqcgipgp , ix-X A' ..4b1 . .FU i N , ,ff f ' ' LTV N f K f X f L ff: mg, 2 .., Q-f I - 4,,4,:35 , 5 , WHL JTWM ,, 'TTA ,, -u,f:,,,g '-5,Tei,LpQ,,3..:3w3: ,I,,,,,ra,gm-5,.:g?'.i?1jnl3l?aezg:Lq5,'g'sL fs Swift: ,, , . 7 ggi-1 . -Mu, sc, J x , Y, .Mi if sam, ,,. xo spy, 1, ,,,,,,f xtgzwi XR, 4 ' ' f ff M ,ff . ,.,, M i Qliarl C!ErIing iiauarh 41' I zajt U i., 1 0 r g, V7 fl i y 4 N . 3 7 l ff' kt U ,V My W, 'H V, .ffN, ,i 5 l ,, EJ ,S LQ? , It 5223?- 'ffl if W5 it ,7 if I ,X P ix :li , - T , A c, ,J 1 3 ,-., ff ,A ,J I V . L .5 NJ 1 . 4 I l EV, 1 F 2 I I 5 i ' ,J 1 1 4 3 a Seattle, Washington Q fe , fl S "Pinky" "Pink-whiskers" .Ax mc' 24 5. ,ai li I-J nib ts ,,, fix A vw E513 5,1 .gm H v fm x. 4 is , i s Football Numerals, Sharpshooter-Ex- pert, Red Mike 4-3-2-1, Two Stripes 2 sit Y GN 3 i n E CAME to us from the wilds of Oklahoma-we're still trying to figure out how he found his way here. Despite the running of merciless classmates, Pinky bobbed up smiling at the end of Plebe Summer, and has continued through the course in a steady, s1ow-but- sure way, proving that broom-corn growers can do other things just as t' well. Youngsier Leave he instituted a new system of baggage checking that remains a classic in the annals of railroading, although the suit-case never did turn up. Ask him. 1' mf When Hoard cocks his head, squints at the board, and rolls his big brown eyes, stand by to receive the original s t u ff . And when the Brigade parades, notice who leads the Hrst section of the lst Com- pany. Quiet and unassuming, he gets there even if the Hhysteresisl' does retard pro- gress. 'He's square in the counter and bluff in the bow--" ,ff E T-Y: 38251: i3g,,?s"' 'fx '1 ! if gi". Fx f , i, 4 ,, v 31 A, W , ' 4 'ed N ,LA f :rw JY' trail l L72 .a . 4 -gg... 3 f "ex, ,Q ", 9 My M21 .4 X xv , . Vg ' 1 ,. Y! 515. Y AQ , A Y. .2 5 ll' i K +5 fn 5 . . S , Q Eiuseph Ilaumzr Zbnffman Millheim, Pennsylvania W W 9 W A 1 :. r I .DN -,., U. 1 9 ll-rg 'Q "George" "Bloody joe" Active Member Tree Culture Society, Clean Sleeve LWAYS unsat, joe is still with us to bear testimony to the fact that perseverance makes lumber of a multitude of trees. After Second Class Semi-ans, he took a body-guard of Senators and Con- gressmen into the woods with him and made a record cut-but that's another story. As a true, dyed-in-the-wool, Robert W. Chambers lover, Joe is right in his element. But we know of one occasion when he decided that his "Fighting Chance" carried him too near the "Danger Mark," and resigned the Held to a less romantic wooer. We have not space to relate the Adventure of the Fire- ,V men's Ball. l Seamanship is Joe's true sphere. He once told the prof that if two ships are approaching each other with the wind in op- posite directions, the one on the starboard tack has the right of way. Here's to you, Bloody Joe! Wherever you go, the best wishes of your classmates go with you. l 1 . 101 Z'J EE "EBRD Egg 1359 f f rvT'sr.Q?m'1:inss'1:rE a2m:w'i'fai5:2:ffazaVv.Ei'iwiw 59 e. 4: 97 .sz . rg lx 'M l FQ as tl . Q V vi w -i a s e a rf' f fi . N 42' it Q. .J 'I wr if - Q' 'Pit' .- fffb' Q 'iw-1 www. .K . me Lgfaf. .6 sg, f, U 1 fn 5: .,1. ig 1 H, v ' , ' 3, 31. Y,-,fir ,, K, i .,.,, gig .21 ' 13,1324 fi f.53f hifi' 1 Lil J Q1 f ,i-14 irq 1,1 A f lr-J , ,- il A., 1 . ' ,ilk " f wg,,,.' 1 , Nw:-F-': ty it 3555 . jlllllcbael lfauhsun Wt ff?" Y T' Monroe, North Carolina 'N 22 all , MVN wma H11 "Mike" "Tilly" Class Patriarch, Clean Sleeve F33 ws l " HO is this weak old man?" Ably supported by Doc Lee's strong young arm, he has feebly tottered through the weary paths of 11. ., an academic career. CThe year before Doc came, Tilly couldn't stand the buffets of a boisterous world, and had to start all over again.J We have neglected to mention his three stripes in the headlines, although he was the only man who was able to hold down the job all Plebe Sum- ' it mer. Then Mike was the friend who initiated us rookies into the mys- teries of the U.S.N.A., taught us what "grad terms" meant, and reaped 5 his own reward. His sporting tendencies have been confined to the na- ' i fn' , .xx , I f ' ' 19 Z ' v.. 7629 tional Qindoorj game, and at that he is an , 1, ,, Q A , adept. Mike is a fairly constant attendant y at the hops, and on at least two occasions 6 3 has been known to disguise himself as a l' ij fusser-a regular old beau, don't you know. F The days of his senility in the Academy 1 have been devoted to the all-absorbing pur- . . t suit of a 2.5 and a smokeg he has succeeded l ' f 1 ' 1 in catching both. The Slowboy is confident ft that, given a fair chance on the outside, he Q '- can make his fortune hands down. But his l f' ,. lvl ' retirement age is not far off, and we hope he will be content to stay with us for a few J years. What would Doc do without him? 102 'Q Leif-.4 -, .f-bS,"',' N li X l -... --V a-X. ,W - ..., , , .,,,, ., , " 14 ' -- 'L -V H -" ' z..ff,le 'E -3,,55553i3. 44539595 'Q' 7- - WY- , W ' , e , . '. . .,...-.4.' Z N52 "., ' , . S ' -- f' T X- - -L 'ELJV 'figQ,.,',f Y 'Q X- pf ,uw I i .i R, ali N .lj .fi 1 ,ix 5, A. is il ff' bk lx! "'l F Q4 lffsii Ffh' il' 'N :fig ls? lv fi i s e'a Z.. fs tw, AN 9 wi F- 3' :ga .-if X fx . Q e rs A it Q- 4 f Ks, iii Ti? .1 we 1 W tiff, Q KV l ik' ii K, ?y at if f E rf? Jlv 1 . no ul sl iw, MW, ...Lg :elif X 5' 1.25, J 1 Q Qlarl Giuumsenh ilaull New York City -will "iam, Q 'fr -X - ,Aa-:T is 1' SW. ' llIll qi ' N, "Shorty" Gymnasium GNT, Sharpshooter, Class Crest Committee, Christmas Card Committee, Class Ring Committee, Farewell Ball Committee, Lucky Bag Staff, Assistant Cheer Leader, President Masque- raders, Choir, Buzzard PON hearing a deep bass voice down near the ground, you get out a micro- scope and look for Hull. Although small enough to hide under a dime, or drown in a fountain pen, Shorty has figured in the class more prominently, perhaps, than any other man. Versatility seems to have been his aim, and success has certainly crowned his efforts. If you want a gymnast, a swimmer, an artist, a man for any committee, a "good fellow" to join in a song or a feast, an actor to fill any role from end man to villain, or a general handy C man for anything, in fact- get Shorty. If you want a goat, just seat Shorty in a small chair and call his at- tention to the fact that his feet don't touch the Hoor. He has long threatened suit against the Government be- cause of the high sidewalks. Shorty is one of those who prove that all truly great men are scant of stature. He is every inch a man-a friend who holds our affec- tion, a comrade who wins our admiration. 103 any v-:Q Cwrw Q-,Eva-f-V ,cg . C 'Ziff feg,fjf",gl-Q1'f gg ii ' "h K 3gfif'n'-'fifipff-tifA'Qiarf' ..gm:.g ,-f,,Tg3,e-,eQ:z.., , . if SI . Q . ,.N,, Aw., .t .W -4, X- Xvjvfwryrm.. t.grsrzEttsfg: george Eirksun Iiaull I -ca ,,5..f,5g e -' . Q-1 ,,..1T.3w1g11ii'Z3,-fg...:.. l - 's.j,'f'f,j.2f, , . . X . gg' , s - , . my .f L.w,r"1 6'-f33:r,,,sx r ffaw Claim-v, C-153:33 ,-:--vffgw ff- 1- -- 1,.-W Qs- W 1 of cf X fa 1 , , 1 ff, , . '51 ' ' V ' ,x r x Aff -A Z'-9 ' 1 X f xl . 1' K, V l Q K l l E , l 1-551 iff I K 1 'f xr. .Qi ' 1 ,-tflmx r, J-ji 1.2 X1 AQ wx, ifif 5 if ' 1 , x - 1 I.: VV .1 Q E, 3 xi 53512 Kansas City, Missouri f? x'3'f C Er 5ll'i""" ... X w 3 Q ' "Dixon" "Obie" Track N, Track N-2d, Academy Record- Two Mile, Expert Pistol Shot, 40 Per Cent Club 4-3-2-1, Buzzard EORGE DICKSON hails from Westport High School, Kansas City-whether Kansas or Missouri we aren't just sure, though he himself has decided views on the point. Since leaving home he has learned to smoke cigarettes, and is alto- gether a different man. He is subject to slight brainstorms fthe successful results of a few ft of them are to be found among the following if ' pagesjg he obtained membership in the 40 per ' 'rc- Gtr .mf elif. fbi? 553053 :J fill fir EMI? . J , .5 wav 'LJHLY ff' H-fel ali 'x l?,'g',, is ,J , , Q r. eff s ei 532 E . lf, E. Q if H Y? r.. sw' it f 3, Q ,M m, a."1 N.. cent on the strength of his designs for a water- ' VY X U . . , f A x i-,. J propelled battleship. "Sure lt ll work-I 5 my 1, . betcher it will!" V, . int-115 Plebe Year he started in to do stunts on t - the track, and pulled down a two-mile record i .X e in Fine style. Running is more natural to him A ' ' A than anything he does-except eating. We i S' W' A have watched him emerge from the puppy- i 5p,?,L it love stage into a full-fledged fusserg his girls ev. mtl, are as numerous as his follies, lasting about as long as the fudge they send him. Dixon is a bright boy, and only needs to QQ settle down. When he does-but that's too remote to think of. 1fi:,r.,f'i.iififfiifQQWIMF-f.351 "" 104 X f-I dtmww amz: Cr.1"'J.:l Qfvzff- avffffiv 'vw -L-j'E: fbi-mi CIW, .5-T utmzxiz- ' WALL! WEEE? 'lliffg' YTfC'3S" TJLn...."7"'ZJ' QQIXEY V-7:Zf!i'tE3' 'VSXUA-rf' "V YE? Xla.A.xT""V "Q1.S""' Wi-',. to .X . 3' . igernarh Efhumas Zlaunt Albion, New York fr-, ,Q +91 'iw Q, Xt NN . X . 5' A N f-L if W ei' P Q1 ju ' r 'iq N V' I iii L L fl s 0 gs , 4 ' 1 fi A gluiik' , Q X.. 'IJ ,V .WI gif 1 I' I.. "1 6,351 A 4 , 'I ,wg iw .Q ,I N ,, lh v Q fi- 1 Q K id Q '-5 -3. i f 1. "ii i . . .L Wfgfi. .- --,: f Ld qt 1 ' "' ' 'ff ,ai 9:3 fi Z , i lv S 'Mtv ixiiinf 0 lfv s V 9.-z Qs? t'ift Lal? QMS 'fl' 'ta C -1 Wo, 7 Um.: nn? rf P5533 ESQ "T0oky" "B.T." 3 im ,If-1 was .1 , S E Lucky Bag Staff, Class Humorist, Captain ' . . V' Special Gymnasium Squad, Buzzard 'i ll S! E A' QQ A-, ., 5 5, kg? 1 .. ':?.:l'f gnff-ff Wi 'ings Jag., , V: 5.17: 11. X' . ,s at 2 i an S, N Q 4 9 if . iii. Ar LAS . . 'FJ if 1 r F A 7 A N 1 .MK ei 1 72-wi 4,4 '- gf MWA, 57 I Vi ' .'. . , . f",4,r-4 ,sit 7 5-f'Hi.v1, ,A1 Shir ff f .s-36. lsfsr i -473: . f - . s-4' f , . H 'C FELLOW of infinite jest,"--Shakespeare was thinking of Hunt when he wrote that line. But you never can tell what Took is thinking of until you hear his lineg and you want to have a loud smile ready, for the wit of our licensed humorist must never go unre- warded. Departing from Cayuga's shores, Hunt left the Cornell Widow in tears, but he has kept the Navy Goat chuckling ever since he reached the banks of the Severn. He jollied Tecumseh into bestowing a permanent blessing, but Kellogg's Universal Dynamometer proved obdurate both to blarney and ridicule and Hunt has spent a large share of his recreation hours flirting with the dumb-bells. It must be that the Discipline Dept. has no sense of humor, for Hunt has collected as large and varied an assortment of D's as could be well taken care of in any private museum. They didn't even appreciate his statement that he "didn't contract any debts-they all expanded." He always finds the time to give a helping hand to anyone who asks it, or to trim the next unfortunate at a game of checkers. The smiles of the future await him and meanwhile when the bugler starts that old familiar tune, Took softly says, "Lest 'we forget." 105 X 1 . 'S 3 fi we I. ar I i ,. X 2 , gl 1 5 .nie i EI-Il ,. ii ' 1 'Ka . rfmf' 1' iii? 'Y' J K, uf .Wif sigm a , . , if W wil Zkfg, ,rf ,I 1 In V. . . t. 'fi ,af ,L z' in A I . ,i xi' 1 ,J L4 sim' ' t ., in 'I i Lf , lag "wi if, ,,. E H rf is ' 4 , l win i 1 v sl ww. ug f S? :- 4.1 fewer-5'-i SNN fs ff - lift, :W 1 f I f 'l il 'Q 'rr'-s 'W .V-""'u ft 'rs fr ff- rr erm i ' Q a ge' if " ,i1'f.'7 'fi fi 3... -ug, Lf wil? rrnv' lQ'.."'..,v' x.lg..:f 't4L?.IgQ.J '-i11'3T',Z1l w..'-rr.,s"...v mmf UTCH is a dreamy-eyed, fun-loving lad, who cares little about such mundane matters as the Zeuner Valve Diagram or the elastic strength of a built-up gung but his presence in any gathering always conduces to merriment. With the exception of handball and the "Sport of the Mexicans," Hutch is not much of an athlete: and yet he was once mistaken for the renowned Jack Dal- ton. Hutch was prominent in the football world first class year, as "Keeper of the Goat," until Bill Cochran took the job. At dancing, whether it be a Chinese war dance or the "Hutchins Aeroplane Glide," Hutch is wonder- fully graceful. This, and the ability to make his gentle listeners believe all he says, once maintained for Hutch an enviable reputation as a fusser. But, judging from a certain plunge in the diamond market on First class leave, it appears that he no longer has faith in the old adage about "safety in numbers." When there's anything doing, count Hutch in with the bunch. 1 06 Earhart lautchins Newburg, New York "Hutch" "Buck" "Gutter Pup" Baseball Numerals, Farewell Ball Com- mittee, Clean Sleeve f' 4- ,. ' .1 ,, v K5 lb 3 , ,Y in IA mx r mysql . F" if K . it '4 -1 ' 2 Q-'ik ff., 'fx i, fl L. ,, Q5 61 E1 Yifiii li gtg. 1 ,iq l 1 1 l P 1 fl ll xv, fl: til.-nl if-Im :nga 3 P- l E53 1 fi 523 Aga ts 9 A SZ? ,l .,r' will Q., ,,.v- ,Z , 51.43 ' 'fs J Q , '54 'uw 31 wb 'Q f':3'r'Yf rt MMA f x ,'V? l x ,,, fm 'lf Him i A "' 1 .Q K r,',.f. f" in if fi ,, gfmlj to ,- 2 less' Q, M t D "li xw srvl 555, 1 If .I lil 5:12 f' ix if'ff: y 3,25 flhiiw f v ,.,. gl ff' ' If i f Q. all f ,-1. 'mr Q.- 3: im: The stripes that came to ' N N '- L Q i ,4-H2115 4?f"- fj',"f- cagg-A fhzzx r"""sj,,s. fr- 'w r:'N .451 an fllbarles 39215011 ilngrabam . Findlay, Ohio if Q.. ,U , -x KN f ... Q xnxx' XM 110, Q' , -L - ' Q .. wh' 4 X- -A-ffryf :..:-f,ff2,,f,+A'-is ' 1-4-1 .' 1 if f f 'fflg Q-.""fTi e:.""'a..r'f.,u' -r ' ,335 W Q-.42 X-..ff..,f 'm.YL...J V .,,, -ff Vol 'Y-ll' Y,--' QI Ql.Qf. .1 ' 1 f -Y .27 TJ' :if XX. ,. km V ,fix gb in , fn it f 'Q I wi 4 ' shit 'bill l '?. ' .L ... war, 5' 4 Q, E93 la! m ! 1 , I T l .-4 H E xv Sf'oRY I o F L1 I JAWS, ffl O mia' I r ff ,',' 'L ' A5 fi sa fig "Jonas" "Fatboy" Ing-ra-ham" A5959 is Football Numerals, Lacrosse Numerals, Two Stripes N the old days Jonas would have been a Cadet Engineer-a natural inclination and a keen, mathematical mind make him Well fitted for that branch of the profession. On practice cruise he gained fame and favor by accepting his detail as Fireman as the real thing, and showing the black gang a thing or two in the art of boiler Bring. A series of un- fortunate accidents has deprived him of the place in athletics where his ii- 1 weight, bull-strength, and fighting ability would have carried him. Ingraham came to us picturing himself as a big, broad, man-of-the- ,,:....12 -. 4 A . ,x1,a,,, ,, world, has played the role with all the aggressiveness that his massive A s s, ,, 2 jaw indicates, and has at least succeeded in convincing Ingraham that he i if M- W . . v .itxi fills the bill. A most impetuous lover, he would convince every dance 61' , 'ri partner of his devotion, but reserves his best efforts for a single ear. A 5, ffi,i', 1 Jonas with good class stand- n ing he holds for what they fgggzfx are worth, but would rather V , be deprived of such light honors than of a man's 55 fi N1 I if is 17 , gt , 39 ggi 'f Qi 5, ' V M W iz. . Q if ,fi fffif i fir' f'r 's heaven bestowed right to ff .mrzrr smoke when he wants to. i Q Should you ever stand in the , . path of this masterful man, get ready to light-or stand clear. 107 Mg,-LL, I ft I' ft, lfxl 1: 4, Y, I 'a X, i ,IFN .UI in fy? Qi K' ,Tw 'xgrizj ,i L gt, ms V "Ji .V K U fliib 1 fill? ii ii' ia 5, Q ft W ,,,. 4 QW , ff 2, l f it l' Q. l l fr ET 1,',. Q i., tu, 6? N V I lea Jn , ,W ,Wu ,WN Ima- ,wsu , ,.,,,, w,-r.x ,,.,.K ya.. .,h ,, , , X - K' V , --- f- -- .-V'1."'--' ' X , -' V, , ,, - K 1' ,if s.,......f 4- W ' 44.4 l- .,.. sv ann. ,,...:a:f Wegmggsif Q g . I 1 ' gy r -E? ravine, , , jfrank limi Euhnstnn Q' Xa " St. Louis, Missouri ave' 0 0 C ZW N ll 66JOhnny,, Q Track Numerals, One Stripe-Clean I Sleeve E.. .N 1 xf ffl Y Brigade Order No. Umpty-ump, Johnny was the lirst striper to fe' J 7 ,gk take that toboggan slide later so liberally patronized by the Class iii? of 1913. Johnny was non-reg, not ineflicient. For what he does, i .. he does well, and what he fails to do is omitted because it is not worth Q53 wasting the time over. And he is too much one of the bunch to regret his clean sleeve. :X Q' . . When the clan gathers in Smoke r- "1 V ,P Hall, it is Johnny's delight to relate f iles his adventures with the Irish nobility dur- '. .V ,ny J ing his convalescence, when we left him in hospital at Queenstown. And some- -54 times We believe that he kissed the Blar- ney Stone just once more than did any other midshipman. He is as agreeable with the ladies as JL 4- -1 4 62' he is with the men, and that's saying a good deal. When you gather round the 'x E .l festal board, be sure to include johnny in the circle-his jovial smile will prove , an asset to any wardroom. 108 vw X J 5' filfiig E125 I ff? 5 V '1' lg fv 'R 4- , i 57? .Ii If X. , fliiiiffl . A X5 xii '-A, ,gi fl? Wa 'Eff ig gg' Ei gfiifit nl :iq H959 ,: 4. m, gli S2 J G55 yi it ali -L, S il lf, '1 nfl . , 3 . mfiibf 1" N71 1" .wil 'lift QJf,':9, I ' if 'ml ga i,,. 1 5 Q 4 l I I gi . A, . X -Mm Q, 5 gi' QQ ,T M M T-..-xx I, , if X S A '!""'F ' x A 1' 'si Vi 5NQIIkF ,ffl S -3f31a":'5."n--I 1 G .WJ ax . es 1? 3 tx ,j w ,.f l 15 1 fl:-'ib igilgl Q iv .Wim S2555 als i1,- an Ujlll I l cps M ,JL I-'Pit 'f Ia? Q1 lil E B 'EI 5. ,. J-V Ji: is . ri, I .- fl: vii? 1, vi i ' if X ' fi s ,- Ez if v - 5 , .A , at 1,2 ,659 Fe i if ' , .. L-'gf I -iiilfifi' 'A lug: -1 1 gg.: m y , af- ' Q::if"5' ' F' Q 1 l .W- O .. 'w YQ fgf:'i Wiz? fern: wrgzfv vain any 9 QLTLFS7 we-ff: vyyff A AE il' if Eames Qiarp Zona, 3Ir. ' . ijikf 'A Huntsville, Alabama 4, V in 1 L X., Q fiigfl. I U M. 11:5 Ei N Tv "Buck" Star 4-3-2-1, President Dope Artists Association, Three Stripes RECT, tall, bullet-headed, not to be called handsome-here is proof positive that looks don't make the man, for you won't End a better, more manly fellow and truer friend in the class. Not a fusser, yet he fussesg nor yet a lover, though we believe he loves, which fact we'1l attribute to the four years of life with Bobbie. Buck's one fault is dope-straight dope. He fairly teems with it, and is always happiest when he has started a new rumor about "over- night liberty, with two months' pay," or "no September leave on account of hay fever at the Academy." None of us believe him, and still he's happy. Savvy, good-natured, amiable and whole-hearted, to his intimates Buck is a treasured friend, and to our less fortunate brothers he is a respected classmate. "Dot's nice !" 109 X .4 'E Q 1 'if 'Q if E i B E 5 . , if 46 t . It ifff vffwf ,, . if 0. , ... -4 . VU' 1' gi ,553 ,ji , ,,., ,JZ gh., 'fn if 2 ' ff , , , ., W V1 g flu 5.15,-1 fi A ,,,-'fry 1 f , gf 1 .fm .'f f' 3i'f'ii ..' V' aaet. li f' ilrfif Z 3 ' 'E e Q3 'iigflfic 1.-tfk v s ,f""x f"'x ts 1 , . . M. . . .a .. V Vi -ma VW-S Ma-S, ,.-.,,. al 'Ep gsm i i jj, -f-' -W my s--f' -A-M-'f 'N-MJ QMS-f V-hh? ti 3 7 gt. ,I V X 1' If ka JS o..N ,fx l Kylix K v ' . l l X . f, K' g , I l K," nfl lil fd Jai xl-kr 1- V 'Ziff lim LTTI ff I Y I v a l I N f 2 - r M ",. .-Nat Elubn Douglas Eames Cleveland, Ohio 3 If-, G D X X ! f X, . X, ?.f -g?? 9 xf"QZ, j DOug9, CBJ. Dy, SGJOY Dogm Crew Numerals, Sharpshooter, Clean Sleeve HIS glossy Buckeye has all the appearance of being built for speed, and his long golden hair streams to the rushing wind. But he flatly refuses to make time with the ladies, and prides himself on being a real dyed-in-the-Wool Red Mike-one who would rather sit with his feet on the hearth Qmetaphor for cold radiatorj and the latest Cosmo in hand than to fuss the fairest of the fair. But on the few occasions when he does appear on the ballroom Floor, there is always a furore among the gossips. For we are all trying to fathom the reason of his radiance on return from leave, and wonder if it was mere love of two of those precious weeks on a fresh- water freighter. J. D. never lets the details of the course of study bother him, but is willing to amble along very happily so long as the Academic Board will let him alone. He is quite contented when he has a few oar blisters to nurse, and waits impatient- ly for the time when the shells go into the water, and he can once more swing into the stroke that eats up miles on the Severn. That he drew a blank in the First Class lottery is no measure of his ability or efficiency. He is a steadfast and dependable friend, a staunch and loyal comrade. 110 the water that led him to spend X Q x f' I l EB iT' " 'sf' ivff' NQiffi' 'ff flibarles Qlramsr Biulian ' Q P .9 aw lf ,. f ' f4f1:L-il-iz' .R vp' -5 35? 'fi' T K-f lv a S-W ff' x l vu K , w w 1 'I Q, '5 2 , ' X Thomasville, North carolina yi ll' 4:55 3 is se E 9 li "Pret" Baseball N-2d, '08, Baseball Numerals, Clean Sleeve HE "Grand Old Man" of the Navy! When Pret graduates, Tecumseh is going to be the lonesomest Indian who ever wore feathers, for the "God of 2.5" and Pret have been intimate friends for lo, these many years. Cramer can tell you anything you want to know about the "Old Navy"-even of things that happened when Dewey was a plebe, and when they used to take summer cruises on the Santee. Pret is a quiet, unassuming chap, and never thrusts his opinions upon ,,, . - ' you, he often does insist, however, that you J shall listen to his specimens of ujulianic V4 Wit," which trait has caused him to spend 5,233 many a meal hour under the table. At fi tennis, Pret is a shark of considerable fame. :iii ' His pitching, too, is of a calibre which I should have won him higher baseball hon- ors than a place on the class team. But it , is in the other "Great American Game" that , Pret shines brightest. 5 'iit 3 ' With graduation in prospect, Pret be- -1 came too nervous to stand the strain, and V left us for the U.S.M.C. We wish him luck gr: . wherever he may go. trgvj ' 9 111 I , " Wh MF' 19" -Q '--ffififfs1'ii'-'Vf2--f a- , . , ,T-1 .,' A .V f .. - -Y -. . .,,.. ,,,,L,- rd V- ., fwfr ,W 1' V 'f1"'95,-1 A 4 4 X 140 - t 2: X Gt, -rg Y fm.. . ' -A - -Q "Q . - " iff: - . i - gi at - ' M .-.J X-.L - f Mm.. S.. .s,..:w.:' 1, ,ggi v r,"' ' N ..., " 1535 ff 'Xf xv, .Q- . '--sf .IQQ 5-leg w ,rf fy 1 V f'15A'1'vfQK N9 ' New .- A IT- W .1 J VV1, l Jr if-.. f1 i w ' 3' fi 'Pg , 1 1,3 Rift! ,.4Z!,,5,,, gf! i.L9fJ.': , . .7 'fx 35 f" ' -'14-uf A . 1 1 il G L 'J , f Eeurgv Elenn Eunkin Miami, Florida ,. I 3 13:11 .42 ill 1 Hg,-1 -fi 2 JfJlr.f1 15111111-11' ,. ,U Qi I Wvl, 1111,, 5" X l1Tl','1'Q i - 1111w1 il ' 'B 1 ""' j 11 1111f' "junk" Football Numerals, Lacrosse Numerals, Farewell Ball Committee, Lucky Bag Staff, Buzzard N the summer of 1909, a trim little sloop with rakish rig ran the outer defenses and took the U. S. N. A, by storm. This piratical craft was none other than George Benn himself-a breezy, buoyant, healthy young product of Kansas farm life. With us, he has proved himself that rara avis-a dependable man. Whether the affair be fussing, football, Merry Xmas or "I've got to make a 2.8 this week in Dagof' he always delivers the goods. By a magic mixture of maximum bluff with minimum study, helped out by "boning dope" for the exams, junk keeps well away from the dead line. A general social favorite, an apt conversationalist-one glance from his crinkly eyes makes a friend of everyone he meets. He found an outlet for mischievous tendencies in the rough and ready "Old 3rd spirit in much of the deviltry of that gang of genteel gun-men. His name frequently ap- pears on the pap-sheet Cseldom on the leeward sideb but D's would be the least of his troubles if he could only smoke in peace. For three years he worshipped the "Great God Nick O'Teen" through paths as devious and ways as dark as the early Christians pursued for their religion. Like them, he triumphed over his persecutors. His gregarious nature, coupled with a desire to promote good will and uplift mankind, once led him to form a club. But the Fates were unkind, and the club hit him in the neck. Always present with a helping hand and a word of cheer where needed, utoiling, re- joicing, Cneverj sorrowing, onward through life he goes," accompained by our best wishes. 112 Company," and became a leading fi" ' ffdkij ny.- Q E vlutifi "'1l'1z1i 'ff iff 5 M 'gf wr, Y , M3 1.7 Q il fi Q19 .fi 11 SEE El H ll EB in 4 .522 -8' . l j . 1 1 " 't shi' 1 -e f W . 'K t N4 3' ff 3 '74 5,3 tg fag? X 'xl -if 'qi 93-gs :Qi .rg fm if wh .N -sm , .t1. l aa r W. A ,i :nf rf pw, fc bl.. EU fe.. .ww F . ,ff 1 Q3 1 E2 Q9 ll in ,l M '11, fu F H -ll Ei I -yt. 'iP'I .3 ,' rl gl .if 5 L fat SUE tl E B .11 li" '4 V 'f 0' A . . ...nyc M fe, . : mf 1 K Q 'l' . if ,I G I LX 3, , it -.Ai Qi U84 xii' i ,Af 1 V 13' is Q i Q 5 E xi. ,M .1 F 'EL J. .fig , fr, . ,Ng X william igrahfnrh Hlupp Chicago, Illinois plfftrfnvfamtdx Il I sus ll' i ll' r "ll Ill in D "Willie" "Boy Navigator" Football Numerals, Two Stripes HE meteoric career of this dashing representative of the middle West bears a melancholy aspect-he has been constantly pursued by a villianous mis- fortune. Since the fateful day in sweltering Plebe Summer when the sea-wall so rudely interfered with an exhibition of perfect seamanship, until First Class Leave when he nobly volunteered to oversee target practice for the Fleet and was further deprived of a well-deserved week ashore, hard luck has dogged his heels. A persevering and impetuous nature has carried him into many ventures in which he has done well, while fate has cruelly deprived him of his laurels. It was no small achievement to raise himself fifty numbers in class standing Second Class Year, and no less a disappointment to lie in the hospital for two months of the following term and watch those numbers slip away. Willie's considerable avoirdupois has made itself felt on the football field and in the shellsg he handles a tennis racquet well, and is to be counted on in a rough- house. After two years of dutiful labor at the - 1 hops, he decided that the game was not worth the candle, retired to the stag li-ne, and learned how to enjoy a Saturday evening. So far he has been able to convince the surgeons that he can still see without green glasses, but is in- clined to the opinion that the Army require- ments are less arduous. But we all know that the only true career for our Boy Navigator is on the sea. ,agtylg Ml.. , "W y ' ,,,,r,.,.qg-31-:i 4... ,Mx-f.,,, M, ravi 'Tm redhaired, and proud of it." 113 QE..S.Y""- ,f I 1 t X ' 4 1 Y. fx.. X 4 t rl sq, .V-5 s Z' . i :XX as . . f"fL'Y if ' M it WX? .Milla I-i.l-,g..ii' f5 is Q cugrpim , t Zahn Monte ikatrs ij .f :gk 'llglsx i 'j W Q Claremore, Oklahoma fi tx I .3 15:1 if igypi WQQ7 i ,, ., t i 1 tl "Jack ' Seaman . Captain Rifle Team, RNT, Brown N, X Gold Rifle Medal, Lacrosse Numer- gy. als, Sharpshooter-Expert, Mas- 6 ' V5 querader, First Petty Officer- One Stripe it ri UR jack Kates-Heir Apparent to the Man in the Moon-a jolly, iff, . . . ig, good-natured Indian, who rolls along through life with a perpetual , smile and a tendency toward unstable equilibrium. His qualities as a purveyor of beautiful sunshine have made him a source of merriment S ' both for classmates and instructors. Call him jack the First time you meet x Y "-t 'f ME r. l 1 t. ,J .ff n .1 ,FJ l ', ' Ella l if 2 t 2 4 L l l 1 . I 2 1 if E' him-there's nothing he likes better. But if he starts talking about Camp Perry, break out your pipe and prepare for a long session. His only harmful attribute is his prowess with a riHe. jack is the most constant patron of the hops, and was never known to stag. As he once said when he was on the grade, "My X Lord, man! An informal this afternoon and .,,. -.-. ' i Kates not dragging? It's too horrible to con- template." Study hours are never permitted to stand in the way of his fussing affairs, yet his standing looks none the worse for it. Here's to you, jack Kates, and may your life ever be as jolly as your smile! "Now I've been out among the militia with My Team1" 1144 A 'I z 1' 5 ,jak-s ,ya ,9- it . Q - fp FP get y '12, it 1 tv gg! , A? 4 9 wg f , . 'xiii 1-if tu? eff 1. ,. sa i ,lx-K" All gf! 5 ,f 'i 'A .WK3 t ..,,. Q 4, 7161. lt- W . honor of leading the Swedish Movement. Dutch is a fusser of desultory and rather ex- Q .sh '75 Q., 4:'1"f-s .rtw fr' x f' "N f 'FN ' ' " 1" i"'T, r N, 1-Q f 4-,J f,5,g-11i" "rr 'TH l 'T '.'Tf"'TW , Qs - Ziaetlnan Qlfhtnarh Keisker K - Louisville, Kentucky , A X .,, X -IM 'Q 929 N As ea. ,. .aiL.L.i.F' f 1 I5 4 j xi X Kb I M'- 5 , t, 1 MH A ll t... nl 'ln nl' if will "Dutch" Manager Fencing Team, Business Man- ager Lucky Bag, Chairman Swedish Dance Committee, Star 4-3, Three Stripes EHOLD the only Kentucky Colonel in the German Army-the only known B Dutchman who doesn't like beer. Dutch came into the Navy to continue the famous line of Dutch Admirals, but his physique will never be able to sup- ' ' port the weight of such dignityg his sylph-like figure is Rinehart's despair, and he has to bend his elbows to keep his hands off the ground. Combine such material l U with a personnel composed of a keen mind, a most scrupulous character, and an absorbing passion for propriety in every detail and you have a perfect picture of a New England old maid, except for nationality, geography and sex. . The numerous headlines above have shown - that Keisker is a leader in his class. His busi- ness ability and large fund of common sense have imposed on him the arduous task of 1 1.12 shouldering the burden of financing this publi- cation, and made him man-of-all-work for the T fencing team. With these added duties he found it necessary to relinquish to Hunt the lf- ua. X clusive habits, and a wit of the lowest type. Outside the Navy, he knows of no occupation in the world that could interest him, but his eyes are too dim to look far into the future. The Service can ill afford to lose a man of such sterling worth, and his many friends re- fuse to admit of such a possibility. 'Q ,l Q 'Sf iff? V L .- 5' NES , - ,still , 'ss it 'G M1 1 "Qs ,Fl 4 1 Q f' is . 115 1-ff I L. , Q31 YQIZLJ gi.',f Y-47 XQLLF x.a,.,.,f 11, , e - - , Lg'wf'ig-'jj'-13 '--ff f' -.. 'P 4 lj , in f. QQ: rf Al If 1 Pl . i : 4' ,N f. : hifi' x. in all wil i'lf ' H l l fl 6 'H Z 5' . tg? I ts. -.rfrfn O ix -i 'E 0 .. ' 1 dx I ' t it :- Y Y 1 i '16, -. . 'if fe ' Abt, e 79 ,N . ,J -A-V era " -5' , , 1-. ., .Q, N, -. K.. A s. wx.-1 ,,- f. , N . .Q ,, A , . ,r',,laf' xx 4. Q N' -,.f1a,,gg 1?3m. 3, g Q 1 ln IJ, .- . . :Q .. 01' swf ., A-f-L .1-ww W:-ff-:Magi Y-again-9 L...g'+...u-'TD 4 AQ FH, f x X X 1 N f xx Nj ggi, v- -we . ., lr 5 - .Y X .nv-ws f' as ee pf agfjjyflgw Robert Buhlep Ztirkpatrick ivy J if San Angelo, Texas l L I I - lin . 1 1 affix 1 lit, fi fx, - 3 I X 1 1 X - 1 1 nfl x ai "Kirk,' Clean Sleeve IRK is one of the real long-horns, who swear by the Lone Star State. After three years of domestic happiness with Shanty O'Keefe, he cast in his lot with the Goat, and then things began to hum. A fortunate sick leave Youngster Year saved him for the glories of a naval career, after conflicting ideas of gallantry and duty had clashed disastrously for Kirk. He is a persistent fusser, despite all obstacles. Text- books never have appealed to him as literature, but between .ffag chapters of the best sellers he gains enough knowledge to vc., ,4- I secure the necessary 2495. There isn't a more sociable man in ' the serviceg his shipmates swear by him as always ready ' to lend a hand or anything else. He never does things by halves, and will try anything once-even to the extent of making a big liberty in Gloucester. And as caterer on the Kansas he was able to satisfy even jack Kates. If you see a man in a swimming suit step up to get his diploma, you'll know it's Kirkpatrick. "We girls call him Bobby." 116 Track Numerals, Sharpshooter-Expert, V f .i .J 13:1 tl 'H .X if i N515 Figs tg'-Q' Nxkf - T24 PS' Qillilt it 5 il 'I '51 Pm v. .aug ,. W E., if 3 ,Y 'Sis Ex. 5 lil. Q35 -'Q ff fb, N 7 if i gi 'A ix R S gs, S -.Ali 2' it Sp . - . . 5- i if -1- zfafs. My 'iff Si' ,.a,..y, 'I' o ii? Q-gi .1 nit , , . X.. iiifs , , ly i ' K .V 1: 1 ii 1' iff' 3, l fig M . Q , if I , E. .... il 'ii' 1 -f ffl -9 521-Vi lf Ei i R, ,,.' in ij lil kg ,v WF? xlib' K . r :W it :wx J -i i ,L t i e a E 5 l e , 1 ,tw 2 Y if e sf ,, 5 at W QE' -.S X f -Ki - ' i we ,wi 'W fs-.D i f in 1 15 31 -fi ng 1 4 ti ,A , , I ,Il-, Q3 Q ' ti sq fi i ,, ,1 il 1 Q ,. X5 ii r 1 -i fi sa. -Ei .r ,. ,Il 5312, Q .Q Q TA Bitharh ilaartnuuh knight Annapolis, Maryland A gy gif' Og xtxxxunn Q O av ww st. Business Manager Reef Points, -One Stripe ICHARD is a child of the service. He entered at an early age, and is sure to attain Hag rank, whatever may be the fate of the personnel bill. In conse- quence, he has paid but little attention to the studies he finds uninteresting, and his standing has suffered proportionately. He would rather debate, argue or expostulate than do anything else-except eat. With Doyle, Van Valzah and Tim- berlake, Dick formed the 6th Company Beta Sigma Quartette, performances con- fined strictly to study hours. As for the eating, his capacity is unlimited. Being a social lion of ability, Dicky has even been known to substitute for "our crowd." His fuss- ing comes natural to him, like other naval duties. He recks for everything-including violet water and 3 H.P. scented talcum-and never has anything when he wants it. Dick's physical development is not start- ling, but he has got wonderful legs. His dissertations on the present state of naval affairs, world politics, and the elastic strength of built-up guns are classics-let the midshipmen of the future beware. Dick came to us with high ideals, and has lived up to them, ignoring the rhino attitude of the crowd. His interest in the Navy assures him a career as an officer of efficiency and intelligence. If he is your friend, and you don't mind having your goat abused, he will do anything in the world for you. "How is it to lend me a pen--" collar, towel, soap, etc. . f""-WF 'fx p"Tj-"A ' KILL ...N ,v'..1Qi'f, 44211. Aff L' 3 lb Am gg-'Q-A ii- 5f:ffT'f'f+r'1s ffeffii ffxinfw , 1? NZL7123' 5551217 W T. W. Y, 4 1 , .px .15 .pkg i. fb i i 5 I f., .. . "'.f""i l tjfgifl ,J 1, , .Mt .4-E ll if V . if ttei il Qj 'i ' ff ITE Vi. ' l kv., gfjii ilk Fl. mltllft 'mg 3:2 ? ,, ii? 3. 5,3 if - :wg it ii W l E 1 l, ' if 5 ,, 1 1 . l P if 9 I , 5 U 4' r 7 L-: - , i. "1 i i 3 fi in i' i .ta N, fjf3.RW C lf, . , ,, K.. , -..LM .,.. -.aj ..-LL I- ,' -LLL, -Q . .- ,. t f I AJ ig! wp fr Q 'ff-'1Z"e7fl .Q::. X X f ,N K ,X f. .N f W ,-Q-.X xv, .. f,...,.. , 7, fx . -fy ,N 1-fx-gi-1,5 4 -mx W, Z.: . Y it I .Mk firing ' I 'Q ' h m,---A? . .11 H51 :gf V w ,b ' ,' X " "qi 7 e " .' 'W4' r' 2 t '- -" f " r x W A W- sf vQjg""4'2'm x """'y ij""'-'v Q"n"c"" 'FW' """f ' Eg fe fi , , "l :Pl W N W' I 'V i Q' fir f' 2 ,rf QQ : ,IU W 4235 , I xi' F1117 Bahih Bumlalth lien: fqaer,-14 13'-, -, figs. 'Y Q- . fel Q' V Danville, Kentucky K t. ci 1 i 5 4 J i i. 5 D L. k. S-2 t 33 ,Q 1-if 'fx if 1 s.. 53 i. W1 .lf ikgf? Qi 5 ff' cg l K5 n 3 Q . :Q I t Q 4 7 Z xl . -"LA 1' csDOCs9 Football Numerals, Hop Committee, Clean Sleeve 'f ELL I be dog gone! Say-is that right!"-Bluff, hearty, full of fun-that's Doc. When he starts with, "Say, d'y0u know-" stand by for a good one. Even the profs can't re- sist him. And the girls-"He's positively the funniest man I ever met!" So he goes along, making friends with every one: never rhino, always happy, he brightens the cloudy days and smiles as long as the sun shines. 5 His one fault C?j is laziness, for he'd rather cork than eat. If it were not lpn , xg. V 5 ,554 i gag 2 1 gjlkvs, gg .. L. 9 3 fs is QF! ffl fs! 1 ilwlfl wg ,Q fills ig 4. , . ip pi WJ bg! fs? f fb? vi i e s -'es' E w in , i av a .5 fe, J Hp Q iw, r an X for that, Doc would be a savoir. Combine a quick wit with ability to bluff, and you have the recipe for Doc. Match such a combination against an impossible electricity prob, watch the sparks Hy, and you have the essence of a Lee recitation. "Well suh, it's like 'isz Resistance is-er, well suh, er-any way, it's-er-ah-use- less!" And afterward: "Why man, I made a four, sure !" Meet him, like himg know him, love him: we all do! wbWf,?"1a 4 ...r.,,,.,,......,,, ,yi x-,I ' ' .xl A .lg aj 17 itil .J 34? 1563 Q3 Q. ?,.af64B, I, if ,,..-ff , , ,gg WEEE Q-.'L7iI'..-.7 f-.E,Ii1 Qi2Z?!Ei13 3-iff-9 "Wf?"62J': 1'7" ""'2'-W1 "73'F""li'3 , ,-. , ...N ..,..r, .-.....v,,,.. .,,, ...1... .1 t...4-k!:',- .W VYCT7 ii-T757 9122? 1fs'T7'::2 K""7j.Q9 sniff? rr-j,J'Q Zlernmz Qhhisun iles ,... ag, NJ-xy,-t R 4 Q 3 x frX' Emi 4 ' 9,9 X li.,'! 'V 9' Xce- fl 5 5 ' 3 -lp S H 1 M, ., X. fil 'lf iN, 47 ' i ff gmzziff lv I Q4 I v-. 201' gf, Fl +53 if M 4 ' I '53 W 'N 1 L . Q 'ili . JSF' .v 1. . i 5 5 ,A l Lal fi 'I' . .Q Effie M ,xxlnfi-. rfiff'-it if li W - Rush City, Minnesota , 5 E17 I "Jakey" Buzzard AKEY dropped into our midst from 1912 at the beginning of our Second Class Cruise. He made himself one with the gang so quickly that it seemed as though he had always been one of us-and we wish he had. He boasts of having "caught 'em" for four years, and that he was the cor-- poral of the Sixth Company Guard. jake Homme loves to sing the cruise songs, and to ask a plebe, "Hey, mis- fail ig! if 75 QQ ill? ww? V5 5? H ix I: l 1 idk.. v A '4 E53 E l 'Ui W ter, what do they do in Bergen?" When he comes into a room all pres- ent straighten their neckties and take a fresh start, for no bull-fest would be complete without jakey. He is in- clined to solemncholia at times, but he 7,53 rhinos so good naturedly that no one , gg minds. A if, i 5 5 9 1 w . . . , F From present indications, we do ...gg ...-- ' Q " 1 'ia not predict many days of bachelor life ev ff, for our little friend, and we regret it, 1, ", A Z ,V for when good fellows get together ' . fig, G. Lee is the life of the party. " y , ' "Have you seen the little runt?" 4 , - l ll ,tu i - 1 1 at , g 5, f l 119 X fl. haul f "' 1 1 Q3 C.: is E l l, 1-4:?'91'ff 9121221-' X. , . .W W, , ,. ,. gb' - -:if- izfgu . ., gg.: ..,.3xW5TI1.,i5 ,QLW .Q . .9 r A pg M X33 VA, 4. 01' fkgf' 54,32 I , Air 7.1.5513 1, we A ' f 1 , Brute Garhlner lletgbtun ffm., 4" 1 Q7 'Se f Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania X 1 L41 XIX ,of t if ff 53 ' X5 one . .. qt ,Z 2,410 I ixiww ii: ur-.. . 24 , ye' f ,. . l "Tubby" .ffQ 55 Crew N, Football and Crew Numerals, Chairman Class Supper Committee, hfji? Class Ring Committee, Choir, A Masquerader, Three Stripes- j ' W Brigade Adjutant. .3 in . N the U. S. N. A. the name of Leighton signifies a big man both morally and jg physically, and Bruce Gardiner measures right up to the standard. Success . A A in athletics, in academic work, and in cadet honors have all been his. Add to this the affection and admiration of his classmates, and it is a record seldom equaled. V if Whatever faults Tubby may have, they are all on the side of good-fellowship: that ' A A he was too congenial to refuse to catch one or to furnish the makes brought him 4 most of the trouble that came as an under classman. jack Parmelee insists that his domestic influence ac- Mfg? counts for Tubby's class standing, for when jack re- fused to bone, Leighton had to learn enough for both- iXiT:...3. and Jack hasn't bilged yet. if " vf A The lady who inquired for that "tall, handsome, broad-shouldered midshipman, with yellow hair and 4 blue eyes,' was certainly describing Leighton-he 3 lx stands second only to Crisp in the beauty contest. But when you need a comrade who can back up his i :jj good looks with all the sterling qualities that make a . .4 man, Tubby Leighton is the one to pick. E i 'J , .5 S l 4 . nf- .. ,J ,,,. .,,.. 4 L , QV ' Ll .Q 1 ' ..3 , . .. I - ,. A ,, 1920 at 1 1-1 1 A 7' twg+rfr17'5ff2f:vsi11s 15?-'-i' Tx'fZ32ix"'K13P'Tf W 1' gf'fi?32s"iLnil"?i'i-QTi,fx-g1Lif 1,.4g4..f'v..."i..ff "i:gQ"w.g..Li ' x.l1.r 'xii 1 v45:':.f '- Nl . F m-l A , , , , , fra qw,-, - 3381115111111 Ziaarrlsun illllgfl , "9 "1"??' ef ' -rug: ' AW, I af if - Holloway, ohio lil J i' . 1 Ewrr -' own I1 , K .-'-Q1 Q5 W Y V' , fi ' ' D l I 1, 1 i 'ii X l W1 ' 1 1 'f' f., tx S 'Y .5 K I5 'f'if'N "Count" 1, ki iii? Fencing Numerals, Buzzard 55211 5211 My .11 WARM hearted little man whose name and budding mustachios M511 have combined to earn him autitle. He is strong for the practical ' 1 side of life, and is a great advocate of "horse sense," and an earnest 55 . . . . . . . Wu worker. This combination of traits gives promise of an efficient officer plumb, X r as well as a good man. Since the Count is heart , , 1- . N ,ff i V and soul for the Navy and has an inventive turn of ii mind, we look for great things from him out there nfl - J 1--' X ,:9 f xv . V4 in the Service. He has one weakness-he is too E E generousg for he never refuses to give a lonesome 13 ' -1 , , stag some dances, even when he drags a queen, as ary: y f f 1 gh , Q 1 , 41 ' i 4 11 . g. 1,1 I1. I he usually does. 5 -A , genial nobleman, champagne in his if ' ga If you would iff? 1. Xi-3 '91 :., 1. ,ms named Lingo. brawn that make the maximum of To start conversation with this ask him who it was who poured eye up in Philadelphia. have proof that it's not beef and the man, acquaint yourself with energy in a minimum of body 121 ...J" et' '1 'Qs gigs affix :Tix crimes Aitken A225551 f e A -g ' ' f i :Zin l'1T"T.-Lw."if".T' gffirijl ,5'r"qugi': fir"U.3w ET gTg:El'.Tf3':-1ii3':3."STT3 w - f '- kQ'l'TT . 1 .f ...als ans., :LJ 'lissigw '-zfpzssf' is-'sf wma? W - ,T -. ,l ' Q QEhmunh Sumitb jliiltftlatnlep i s c 1, X " ' 41 'R' "5 ' 'fig -. x xs- 'lvl is a ' 4, ,A ,, Q.,-f f' ,af K - ,-. 4.....- ...sn ' 441' ' N9 1 x I ,Q I ' ,fy H l Qs N-'25, x A- Philadelphia Pennsylvania !iY ix ' im Nor Smorm, Bw Q KA, V 'e ' l "Sister" "Mac" l , 'fret-1" "McNutt" if t , Lacross Numerals, Clean Sleeve- K p ,V Buzzard tri U 'I ff' HIS Philadelphia Scotchman with a taste for high society has been E B one of our leading ladies. Polite, agreeable, a knack of saying the WH, 1 right thing at the right time, and adding a dash of humor-what nobler hero ever carried off the honors at a tea fight? Mac is as much at 1 home in a drawing room as at a quarter-deck hop, and was one of the few 'J who omitted to shake hands with the butler on New Year's Day. That TN he is a favorite of the fair sex is merely a corollary of the above remarks. ffi? Kf3,.,.f-'fi An easy-going disposition and an inherent distaste for mathematics have combined to keep Mac unpleasantly near the ragged edge on sundry fQ.,'.:fEgx.3 occasions, but he puts his nose to the if, fir' grindstone like a good one, and comes up i smiling every time. The fate of a clean 3 1 sleeve he has accepted like a philosopher, tiff. realizing that better days will come with a commission. Given a sailboat, a good breeze and a feminine crew, Mac is per- fectly happy, ' ' When you want to make a jolly lib- ' it erty-the sober and respectable kind- ,A Q 3 meet Mac at the landing. If he doesn't I 3 if S sprout aiguillettes and take up his resi- 1 j t dence in Washington, he will make an offi- Cy, cer whom even the mermaids will flirt with. 'Tm not very strong, but I'm awfully wiryf' l2Q ::- :::::::n ll ff Qllbarlie iBaul jllllcjfzaters Greensburg, Pennsylvania H g X ' 1, f I QE "Mac" "Skeeter" "McFruiters" Football Numerals, Admiral of the Royal Prune Navy, Two Stripes- Three Stripes ' l EHOLD him-the man who makes a single breakfast of one hundred and thirty standard Naval Academy soft-boiled prunes! Prunes are e ' to Mac what Mel1in's Food is to other infant prodigies. They have brought him health, wealth, and happiness-witness the nearfstar, numer- ous stripes, and pervasive smile of contentment. In addition to a con- genial appreciation of even the simplest kind of wit, Mac is distinguished by a trochoidal, positive-motion, cam-jointed, wig-wag walk, for which even Woolsey cannot deduce the curve. Whole-hearted, persistent effort has won for Mac his academic glories. He is the proof that the requisites for making good in this institution are endurance, a healthy brain held close to the track, and i plenty of energy. Even the wave that swept a whole week's scrubbing over the side could not dis- 'M- courage him. He takes more pride in his sword than Gott- lieb does in his new automobile, and we are ready to bet he 'rl will keep it longer. 123 .fr 447451 ' "l-Rs.. -V " "fr F .""" 'rpms f-'a-rx ,WA , . f""'Wf'-3" -. im,-fx, 'rag 'SQ a v: 4 s p , C-i15...'iii3iTif if ,gin gqffifrgt--1 , , , . . f hu., A - f c...a,...f -,u...,s rs.a,.W-af swigzsw x 'Q - ' ,rr af A s "' .,5'1'f ,V I ii- :K Al' firwaix -ZA, ,,.f--- Pv::c,fgv? fi iii' K! ,N.. 7 ' ' ,al ig Ulbnmas iliblijlte jlltlrbulre it fl? i3N A , ini ' .lf on in A .'., V . McMinnville, Tennessee gg' i .-'fi' V- Y . 'Q A X . fr., 4, Q '14 W, CQ, ' t 1 . , 'L-'drag E ' my t 'ti gig 1 12-3 141, iw? if 2 Q' L X is ix 42 'ff M ssH H is as if arp Red folk - 97 ffialil "Maggie X Baseball N-2d, Basketball Numerals, ig Hop Committee, Clean Sleeve- Buzzard J 5 46,1 A i 2 ' l x 'Q gi URKEY Trot for All and Spike in the Punch": on the strength of these ,l I 1 ' l specious campaign promises, Harp was elected to the Hop Committee by .. a the Caribou Party. But once secure in his lofty position, he spurned the 3 T i I lowly ladder by which he did ascend: his campaign pledges remain unful- 1 1 filled, whilst he disports himself, gaily girdled in the significant sword belt, the gi is. cynosure of all feminine eyes. t ' Maggie has been 3 prominent figure on F19 Q the diamond, and we are looking to him 9 ..... ,Rh .4 ,-V1 4- for a brilliant season to round out his career. . . .li ft if ' In the winter months he is the mainstay of p, ri .ii .J the class basketball team, and he delights in Qi, V4 T Q this modern substitute for the Donnybrook .,tV Q ' . W ill l'l Fair. The Harp is the only man in the class 6 ' 5 ' who can talk Hibernian, but Pete Rodes I sometimes catches his meaning. McGuire's K' if recitation of "The Killing of Dan McGrew" W" pi, is a classic. Although he must be sufiici- ently urged before he consents to begin, no amount of pleading can persuade him to cease g .lift 1 when once he gets his heart into this pathetic composition. :V X - X-S He leaves us as we found him-a long, "' lanky Tennessee mountaineer, with a sorrel ig! . E gi ..,x., '. -ri W A top and a most prominent argumentative rg IX Q held his own without becoming fatigued in the pursuit of knowledge. And when he gets to be Admiral, the 17th of March will be a Heet holiday. 124 .. , ,x .. .. ...Ji .F . chin. Never in danger of starring, he has lf 19: -J -A L'fiYIQ'7X KF' N f' 'HX fwff 'fQfywJfi'vi.,if'11,-.':'x AEE NJN , fl V1-svn, 1""'F"T.'1 wr rw f-1'-ov A VH' " i - ' ' """""W f ' ,,A, l Ng, ., W, Y m-M- ML,-T, jp.-A: i ,YM-L, -wit: tx :,,,,.:.A ,,:.,,:ti. ,, 4. ,WF g,-K-veg r nv -VH., zvmsl . , w..f.,r:ff ,gay mfg, Yllff' w..i..' Kilff X ,WJ X- MI" xl... 141412 '-,j.T'.fl' jfreheritis with jllilcikze ,f TN ,,.. tx- Ji X x .K ,Kp V, ,J 9 .K , L f n--f 7 J! -Y fe ' H N X l I 4' .Q ',---Q ' ffl P Z 'l 13 if s' Y 1 n x F L' -it I . I ' I 5 N l l X J' K W Z"I my 571-5 Q11 E9 ne' , it N Q I 3 , ,,.', I 1 4 K! , 1, , l , il Tal 2 VI, s Fe I PS 3 Q53 we Newcastle, Pennsylvania ,...... , fx? L5 T'Cutie" "Mac" Captain Lacrosse Team, Lacrosse LNT Basketball N, Clean Sleeve UTIE started life in the Navy with the name of "that ratey Mr. McKee," and his further career has not failed to measure up to that standard. Plebe Year his room was a Mecca for outraged young- sters, but Mac never seemed to be especially worried over it. He has several times been picked to be among those missing after the semi-annual exodus, but has fooled the wise ones every time, - KW pink-cheeked man, unpretentiously built, of being A a noted athlete, but he sports Varsity letters for lacrosse and basketball, and is a star in both sports-which is to say that he is one of the best players in this country. If the color scheme had not been discontinued, he might add a pink N to his rainbow, for "he just looks too cute for any- thing" in his lacrosse uniform. Until Second Class Year, Cutie was almost a model midshipman, but he then acquired a slight if crust, for which he seldom suffers the conse- ii' quences. He has been an appreciative patron of the social parlors managed by Ard, Hutchins 8: Co. Mac is a Scotch-Irishman who will stand up for what he thinks is right: the Service will be glad to get him, and the Academy needs more of his kind. 125 I Q I ,lx and now bids fair to draw a diploma in orthodox W fashion next June. No one would ever accuse this fair-haired 'L ig kj ia ' ...ang 'C ,I is !-'NM f"'E'W'f frz'. 61'T ' f i l Qrnulh Marcus Mill Valley, California i '. 4 , kbnuln ,I '-T. 7-V gm-:ei "' QT: if . , , , , ff, .Y . -vhqkjt, ,... .. is T., ng A g , .. , E , Z, W . A .ll HI 4'.,. ' -Q3 tiffi-my EJ.-w NL.: .-.7 'K Jag! 7 Y Q Q . V Q . - ' Str -4 .4-na Vi l 5 i I s 1 1. . 5. x lcgpiz, Q .lv fx 2 W i . 1 1 ll .1 ..,. . vi. ww -fl ' 1 '15 fljrimx , 5 5 .1 N1 lf' if lx 5 5 2 R, Q' 4' -.2 I 1 ,X lj fs, 5 ci J CU! '13 Qllff X X' Us '1 l fr fb f 5 I 1 I 3 I e 1 Y 5 1 1 2 l . l xx l fl 'e 2 1-. I. gihgni : ' ' Marc" Rifle Team RNT, Sharpshooter-Expert, Clean Sleeve ARC'S academic career has not been one continuous round of loaf- ing. He has been in hot pursuit of that wary little animal called "Tufiv"g but he is in at the death, and his friends rejoice with him that the chase is ended without mishap. Widowed early in Second Class Year, when he lost Brutus-the noblest Roman of them all-Marc mourned the departed one faithfully, but the excitement of the above mentioned chase left him but little time for sorrow. Arnold is the easiest man in the world to rub along with on the basis of acquaint- anceship, but very few have come close enough to be numbered with his friends. The playful spirit which sometimes moves him to douse the nearest man at mess with a glass of water is a source of endless ' " gratification to those out of range, but it is a habit he will soon outgrow. ze - .2 1 1,l4?M"' uWf496pYV4f9U 'V Rifle shooting is Marc's avocationg his success is attested by his place in Cap- tain jack Katcs's aggregation of experts. Regardless of what he may have gained from the side issues of the course, he is a man who can step up to take his sheep- skin with the proud feeling that he is get- ting something earned. H 126 Ei ll M -:Pa . ff q i e a if if if S ,t w. ig 1 5 'A Q""f K? J 4 V et 1 S' 'Q' at ffm 'R Zvlzg If fi gli at 1 an x we fl if w R' 95 4132. .Zgl y-qv' ,ig mt 7 gif: 5 V +1 'I fl? f is i e 'X hbu- 5 , A . tj t .Q , .? 1 r, . william jllilasek Chicago, Illinois 'vi S' f L 1 I ' ,-.f ' . L fi xfs' if --,,1gJ E! ge Q it ega Q :is P 4. J., 4 A Iii. V B' b 455. is .A fm:- . ,,.: if 533 . 'f'i'2"' 1.. 5.5231 F5 .ff 5' 5523? 9555.21 - 5425 M ,. raw ii 1 :.:'-, i X4 :fl QP' fi' :AQ-'ZQES ,Q 511:52 -5'5 9 6 66Bi1199 ujevvu "Billiards" Baseball N-2d, Football Numerals, Lucky Bag Staff, Official Pawnbroker, Clean Sleeve ILL-the original dialect comedian! If the Nav. Dept. doesn't come across with the requisite 2.5, Bill and the Frog are going into legiti- mate vaudeville, in competition with Montgomery and Stone. CThe- atrical Press please copy.j Bill's great objection to the Naval Academy is that the profs always require explanations with sketches: there is never any doubt about his drawings being the right stuff. Since he emigrated from Chicago, Bill doesn't know whether he's a salt fresh-water sailor or a fresh salt- water sailor. But he never misses a chance to get back to the shores of Lake Michigan, to the only real, live town i in the country. His feet are not of the far-famed native type, but he has other peculiar characteristics of his own. If there is any man in the class who has had more fun out of his naval career than Masek Finds and makes, show him to us. Bill hasn't been a top-notcher in athletics or class standing, but he has been a friend and com- rade who has helped to make the gloomy days worth living, and who has always shared the bright ones with his fellows. To see where his true talent lies, glance through . the department pages of this book. ' N0 PERS UNL? QWALLOWED ON 127 i ' .., . -- .-.--H ,K ...N ,.--., ,W--Q, ...wax . ,, . . -gg Q 3 . V r W" 2 . , w , . ..,. ' ,: A ,.,, . .. , ...1,,.,,-X fT'..pp.a s 'fiffafff V ' . .ci , , 'fs . r "if rant ,QE V, L, N X 1 -M ...J K- - U sa.-s..,,f p.l,Lf XL., f' ,-' reggae xt ,iff 4151" ,i f . -V plat X R-ff i. -.---j,.,-Zhu , N . .... .. V 7 V E 1 l: J. i ! L 2 7 4154 3 ' 1 fi QQ 35111195 ilihumas 51-lllatbetns Florence, South Carolina 'I ! i ilt lllllllulnii -A -J "Jimmy" "Christy" One Stripe-Two Stripes IMMY needs no tag to show that he is from South Carolina, for he is endowed with those typical Southern qualities-generosity and a quick temper. Though ordinarily quiet and sedate as becomes a small man, he occasionally feels an impulse to start a rough-house, and his favorite "strangle hold" has often proved disastrous to the un- suspecting huskies who undertook to spank him. A natural reserve and a some- what strict observance of his own high principles hold Christy rather aloof from the crowd. He is given to diligent, hard work, and being naturally a savoir, stands well above the average in the section room. Jimmy seldom fusses because the saysj he is a true gallant, and doesn't wish to impose on the ladies. But the frequency of a certain post- mark on his letters leads us to be- lieve there is another reason. On the whole, a sincere, unself- ish, true-hearted gentleman, whom we are glad to call our classmate. 4 l xiii 128 ' ZZ f.,.a,': 'ml z 1 A t pgs. xi. .Y in Qi? . l X P, A LXEVVS ffl 33 ' .s 9.4 U if f If LF 2 ,Lv S ,QQ lwlfillv' ' ana ,,.1l.f7 fqysiiii E .x ,,. xiii? ,M 2 .1 lf, .fllglg Edit . 1. l fi 'I x in . kzlii ' li fllmca, if -Qui? cf l X I 'X uw... flif T3 ' :J 1... x A . .fp I i i I i . ' 4 :QQ 4 rs, f Ck . "x ,-4 ,J X baum is going to dissolve part- . nership and launch forth in the gh isis! should address him care of the 1 Navy Department. ff As popular with the men as he is with the ladies, the best of com- S- panions, a lover of good-fellow- F33 ship-we envy you who have the good fortune to be shipmates V"""f' with this thoroughbred Southern t i iq . -F2 ' l N l A5 155?NKZEH1f'E'E3'A'q3'Af'1?"Xf"'hE'WWNK1WNfq'wR '3N5 'x lf: -- william Uflflunhruff imma .'-5' i 5 : .1 3 55153 L 'Jr ' -ra' - , - ' e w V-hf:5"7':h" Simi? mi-:Q f,fim3:z-i1- ' ' 1 "' X - " 'i' 'MJ' "M-"'.,q' A " ' " f if .f-51' WCP' ,4'f"'d'3F,, " ' -iffy' gig'-f gj,i'T?'jy ' y, 3.29, Wil? nm? vaaxry vrzuf EEF V-,UW KH-XJ J W-1 7, X , W I , ff ,N sim at 5 fx I TN . I nf V! ,- wang? , U b Y 1 1 i ' ysxs ' K' tk- ' 'ef V -,LQ Knoxville, Tennessee itil as E! Q ' 5 S PDMPCIAVQR ACU-OGNE UE-3 it ff Tmcun HT' ? LQ, C3 Liv 6lWoOSh97 KGSOCH "Meekbaum" In Lacrosse Numerals, Class Ring Commit- Ewa tee, Class Crest Committee-Mas- querader, Buzzard H, girls! He has the features of an Apollo Belvidere, and his profllelv spend his Saturday evenings out on Worden Field, gently humming, "To- L -t. night will never come again,' as he gazed at the scintillating stars. Now he has become one of the most striking dandelions in the Crabtown social pasture, and his "fatal gift of beauty" besets him with maiden ladies desiring an introduction. Having spent it four years at the arduous domes- tic task of applying hair-tonic to the broad expanse above Ber- rien's haughty brow, the Meek- P' E ' but we won't embarrass Woosh further, A5 a plebe this lover used to ik, 1531? ff' a 91 1 f X x 2 x world to iind a less troublesome - Hz wife. All applicants for the honor gentleman. 3 "Say, man! Isn't she a queen?" 129 Ai ' 1 63 rv ,N E A! l X K,- if Ffpfixx xi 'Q MQ ,J flirt, e Mi! jgf 1. ki U, mfs QTL! 14 X, li lgglft 5735 WM gl r i s N Q D ,t. ak 1 Q z P' xv vi get 2 EA Ngpyv., A-1. + , V, usa , ,sr r f.. ,,, 3. u,- r .,.. i V ,it -1-',,, f I Va? V at 1,1 n-?X'f'i 'E1"tf'i lef- L if i 2231 W l ,. . , 1 '15 141 I s I , 1 n ' it .W 1 nfl , V up yi! ' i "Egfr: .1 ,,,r' E 5 4 ,fi , N I N fgjiy . rr L, ,-g,,. c,.f x- .J saggy may s. ww 6 if -Dsmibl, J , , We , Zustm jllllctllartbp jllllxller f new Q lah X 'X we ' Salt Lake City, Utah in-fx, fx gl " 1-'fifliii ul-1-li-. n'- -may """""' M3 id 1 Mn Wal 1 W W -V 1 g4Meeyas1 4cMaCa1 in A, 5135 it Track N, Football N-2d, Lucky Bag 4. le 1+ 1 Staff, Buzzard P: r , L, F F MEEYA is an average product of the land of many wives, we want EQ Mill, more representatives from that renowned country. As a midshipman, he is a man above the averageg in athletic ability, in breadth of mind, 'J and in sterling qualities of character, he holds an enviable niche in this - 0. fllll' H53 . A. small hall of fame. His penchant for literature bids fair g C iq if ' to develop into genius: the Lucky Bag is indebted to his L 3 I w I ls. 'M . pen both for poetry and prose, and he has even produced t"""r -,L ...A "I , ' H .,f- - a book of his own-but that is a rather tender subject. ii L After the laurels of track and field have been harvested, I ' ! gal! gy 1 ' Miller is happiest when delving into Turkish fables INAVY '3 i and Persian ballads-a research to be turned to good N L' , i : iffy Q account. i 1 K aifgil - . . . . . - 1 3 x f Wit' His retiring disposition has deprived Mac of the i , l lil!! . -A ,f 2, Aftl. r,ll 1 X sq' -,- V, Y. q. ' s fame due him for some frenching stunts that rival l df by 3 the Dutchn1an's. Be it in frolic, athletics or litera- 1 XV? ture, Miller is bound to make good, and to win untold Q43 Ar, y it 9 .. friends by his kindness and consideration for others. fe f k vw' - r .fx , 'g 1 Q :Il J - 'lg 5 iii fi 130 L l 2 . 1 l Q 9 dv 5,121 X 2 JM 25321-LW ,,, 5? A i 1, ., , I by F, , X174 ' ' - 5' YQ Tw ' 5i,,?S'4-bg! V .' NN 9-'14 ---, ,-.X 'fix i 'N .-. - :um WSI! ? Svamuel 3Huhre'jH+Innrn: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ' Xt v W N N A PN 1 fi? x W Q - ' -Q31 45 M Al 4 I 1 Nita m c g, X 5 It X-,,, ,gi . 4. 1 cs, . 30 .MDA ': - , v ',, ' r xi Q , 1 at ' 'J 1 155: . it QAM: 5--Sw! x,,t"ff E Q E? mia :'4""i Lv eil 555 e e 1-1 .' :QQ 3' '37-M . I? , F H-'ws-s,s,t, .ng.2'.-- 1' 'n wi? . f Ya ,yi 1 C H1211 ' w 'ftt,3',., .41 , it' QL. -A., we 5 eau ,r , l .4 V , .2 ,-, nw 4 5 f 2 -i a,' -4-ei ' F55 462' 3 L-,fgf Q1 tg, A till-i3y'll3f Eli fiii'-' fffi :ggi Fw if?-ftfif L .1 0 CGSammy77 Pink N, Buzzard O-U are quite likely to meet Sammy about 1:00 P.M. on a Saturday near the corner of Maryland Avenue and King George Street, awaiting the arrival of the Washington car. For the National Capital is the town he really calls home, and his affectionate memories are re-enforced by frequent visits from his family and friends-particularly feminine friends. On evenings when the band plays in the gymnasium and dancing is permitted, Moore is sure to wander over that way with an escort of fair ones, and a full hop card. He never lacks for a partner himself, and often helps out luckless classmates who hail from more dis- tant cities. - Nobre' took his Christmas Leave a year too early, and as he is the last man who would be suspected of such an adventure, he es- caped the notice of the Vigil- ance Committee. When he attained eminence as head of a table, it became notorious that he was the last man in the mess hall to fold his nap- kin. His capacity for sleep is also worthy of note. Moore is a true-blue class- mate, and a man as congenial P and pleasant as it will ever be your good fortune to meet. 131 f 'TED fi . 5 Q' figfflt Fig mil l fftgp- if 'fifwiil QQ :Y 1.2 En, fig 1' 1, ,. 3 N , fl, ' wi, if W-I itll? fi kifiiiii at T vi 2, W 5,1 if M a n 214 f .', ffl' Vlfyz. ga L n - vlff I fi. ' .g -in 117 'fn oxziiffis W , 'Y.,f,'9l' w ig if .K 9-X, .1 9g .Mt wt ,. ,Qs y . tr 4 if rv 73' ug .115 E Y. ,, ff 1 41 t ,,, 1 fl f v. -, i 1 Q. V 'Ali f i Lei l 'H 2 M 'tai 1, it lg R. Q -fn . 1v.X,R E, 1 w f K , K A R CA rl tlx- Quilt, i if rr, V- ff il . V? is :fv- 'X 1 . 'JMX ev1fgij.,W" Kzg, f?f'x- f-'jim ,, M! ,pindg-32ykgfffgstjmjigagvggjjjnig ' jlfidm ' ffm if T A Q. H-i.QfQ.:,' Q,,-'Y --Q.Q..jMAlQ.,QQ.l "'.Q2-AM'f7"A'f, fi ""' " f M1f'W'z3'"Ai1J'JfA7WT?f XE 1 1 iw ,, V X'-M --N' -H--M --f N-.s-fi-f -...A..w..-N' X-.ri fa, 1'-' 1, " af: arf, -:gag A I Q h , , QEiJtnariJ joseph QB ikeefe r . tl S it +5 'Y - - New Haven, Connecticut lil l. U , , . - ii fl? + QIQK ff gllifil + X I " Q ' ', it Fil . l - 5212 T3 E l Ili? lillfibl MLGJSN "Pat" "shanty" , Football Numerals, Buzzard Q li lsgfill li . . . l s O know the Shanty is to know a stocky little Irishman, a loyal friend, a classmate who is generous to a fault, a student who is a conscientious worker, a man of high moral principles and ideals, and, what is morel a man who daily lives up to them all. If you want to know ,ff fix who pitched for Oshkosh in 1620, if you want to know the winner of last K -.-' , '13, .fl year's Derby, if you want to know the score of the First Army-Navy game, l ' i ,ill -Pat is the man to go to. Besides this, his taste in literature is of the best ,ee is A, and by keeping himself well informed he has put more than one Mexican 5 f athlete to rout down in Smoke Hall. 1 ' Shanty has always I been a hard worker in class athletics, and if you were to name his one ambition it would sound like an Nil: for footballg he had the grit and nerve , 3 an r l l e' all right, but a severe han- j dicap in weight was not to be overcome. C "Now I think-- 132 EQ.y?,:1W-' -S, ka 3 5,'f:x:.x S 14 ,,,ff he 3 ,yffhx , f Qjlt, A l-w :gl A V ,. W? l I lr, 1 4' A L fl A is E 2 ' ri ,Q 5 ul. li' ft ' X1 A . c 1 it I lwy - L, i G13 N l sf l tl l X410 'flip I 'S 't f V 2 l iw x?:?..s,.2. , .Q . rv K S9 1 Q. if are strong, though not vocif- erous, and he will stick to them till the ship sinks. ai if 'fir 9 ,. 24,1 Q Q' f 'l , 4 ZS, K, , N v X appears behind the footlights, x ' ilixllanlalgllll :fi ' A ' ikirkman 0.9'3ReaI Montgomery, Alabama V x H Guvner " Baseball Numerals, Clean Sleeve sa a n an HIS good-humored, stiff-jointed Son of the South is certainly a climber, for how else could he get to the second deck when the O. C. found him catching one in the air shaft? "Why," says the Guvner, "I can do things because my ancestors did them," thus proving his loyalty to Darwin's theory. Guv's propelling mechanism has a cam motion that , ought to be patentedg its efficiency is about 40 per cent., and its great S advantage is that it gets him there. Ordinarily, he is a quiet fellow, who f would rather listen than join I 8' in the "gather round" partiesg Q but there are occasions when he gives rein to the blarney- ask Sarge and Dutch to tell you the story. His opinions G 1, 2222- O'Neal is a different man from the Governor's Son who and we pay him tribute for the staunch friend, true class- mate and son of Erin that he is. 133 .41 E ' be Q 7 if +4 ay U: agp' we 'S . ik: 1 L V Ez N "y u v ia ie if jf' af 53 i 1- r 9. Ag W.: ,l ,. '..w-,-,,- if v P53 ffiifif 597 15543 Q lei 1 . ,1 L1 V if! v 1 41LQ5.1'S" vi' Fi "5 f ffigffs gQ..L.fs .ffglx FqM in A NWA Fmx ll 'sf' ":f':7'1,vi42'ii : ,iii T 1ji':Wg.Q.1i, ,521 vi .,Y' ' 2":-'- ligmrll my Swarm awww 13:5-fl:-,-gr , hx ' -egg, -7,1 -X J x .J ic...-....,ft Lacy .1 V 9 igrrfsz' K .1 Xl J 'emmryy WSF! M ig, sk 5 5 ffl Q J ,wifp vas I i c- 1 Kid" TE Q X' .l Q L! V '11 6 Football N 2d Football Track Bas 557 ggi Hia :QQ y . 581 giiqftssi UQ s- Q Y I 'V L 5 ,, wa . , 4 up ffj 1 ' 4 V 1 X X l i 1 HEN it was once discovered that Ikeys goat could be paraded with small trouble and less worry, the animal roamed forth to graze in rich pastures, and the own- er has spent much valuable time in Search of it. Hardy has a good physique, and in a school where competition was less keen he would have been an athlete of the Hrst cal- ibre: as it is, his sweaters do not lack for decoration. He is a heavy fusser, and likes to combine that game with motoring. But his chief delight is in argument, and he will readily furnish infallible opinions on any queston under the sun. At mess he spends much time under hatches repenting of the tales he has told about his doings with that kid brother of his. p His classmates End Page both likable and good-natured, albeit argumentative. 13+ ketball Numerals Choir Mas xl fr 1 fi! 2 ,if . 9 U ,. , 9' F -K: V Q sy? 2 Q 11 , 4, . 1 ' ,','f,' 'ei-'Z .' V111 1: ., . "Jai ?':f'fr' btw 947' gf, ,Alf 'gli' 5 ',,..-W.-.X . ,-..,, JBhzfW"3k .4 's!"'FNf"'P'P5K""'Xf"5"5'XE" :Ql!'n -. Q Qfgi?C. E -i W jiinbn ilknp Balmer ,mi Ethlyn, Missouri 1 ES N 1 ' 5 X M: SEP ' if 'X 1 ,L, .L-,X f- ff- -ste' 1- ' if t-35 ? ,VT ' 3 1f'3'7'2? v r v Q ? iff K 5 , ,,.,:,, j 1 ig ig 23 ,s M 13 -01. 'Q' t, ,V WegggsaQ gg C P! Q 5 N.: 1191, E l I l C6BOOb79 ,V " Crew Captain, Crew N, First Petty Officer ' U HEN there are so many of us plain, ordinary mutts in constant attendance at the hops, it is a great pity that big, handsome john Palmer should be the most crimson of Red Mikes. At least, that's what he was for three yearsg but by some subtle influence he is gradually being turned pink, has even been known to attend a hop, and will doubtless greet us unabashed at the Class German. And we will be mighty glad to see him there, as we are glad to see him any place. Two of the Naval ' . fn 4- ,., r. pg, . :M f ' 4 H:-:-., by He is deeply grieved because his delights may not go hand in hand. John ,,gp ,,, V...-sw Q. few who gets full value for his monthly ,Q tience with which he has borne his trou- vzri bles and attacked the stiff task of making up for lost time, we admire t him all the more. .t e '-,. Big in heart as he is in body, V here is a most manly man. i E z, Q- 1 35 iff ' ' f"f ' H fi l?i"cri3'55S f' s fHiii,fMZ'I"'i5a D I fx g h Academy sports are dear to the heart of our Boob: the one is to pull an oar .K , Q 'H' has had the misfortune to be one of the 5 '--1 f 'i rg ff P hospital contributions. And for the pa- Q KSU Q,A. t on the Severn, the other to "catch one" at most any opportune time or place. ma. 'll 0 M sewn , . ' ' -' 41-:V ,I r. ix rx-,Q 'Mfr' Q '-as X "' 1 N nl Q .5 4.1 X! .7 N.. - , ,e 9 S ., f-- -.. 1 TT45 ' " ""mg"m"'Wmv2'MT:9m1faf Q ll' I Iiaarulh Retry iBarmelez g Biff' Q Q! Y ' :Sy XX San Diego, California 'g ii? - P 5 in Mum-eos PALABRA9. 21' ,x r 1 Q v ff 'N S lj? ai z -,S m if ' 9-' - -CQ W -ff 0 ji ig my L-,xl sm Kmpwnms Pnmcf? Q R, 'Qi 4. ' 99 as vw Jack Turns j -tw Captain Tennis Team, TNT, Tennis Championship-Singles and Doubles, Ejlfni ,Qi Sharpshooter, Class Supper Com- ,wr mittee, Clean Sleeve-Buzzard ZV1 ' 45: Ei APPY-GO-LUCKY as they make 'em, not so wooden that he can't Y make a 2.495 in a pinch, willing to part with his last cent if you .Zvi if need it, always ready to relate his sundry and thrilling experiences Q here, there and everywhere, in love with half-a-dozen girls at once-that's Parmelee. Having reached hisin-Ieljth love affair, he insists so vocifer- Q B ously that he's found the whole half- dozen in one that we're forced to believe i"l 2- him. ,,,,, Even Captain Kidd can't convince jack that a barometer shouldn't read 16 or 17 just as well as 30. He lets out fY'llWy enough original ideas on Seamanship, B ...f ill . ' I ,l , . a Naval Engines or Electricity to start a patent officeg has a motto, "You're wrong, sir: I'm right, sir," and some- f w 1 times makes the profs believe it. He ' it in handles a tennis racquet with skill, has won the Academy Championship two years out of three, and has helped to X. make our tennis team one we can be rj 331.1 ilu .1 i . , 1 1 4 2 Ax 5 proud of. His mandolin, unlimited sup- ply of yarns, and a laugh that's always I gg 'iff all if , fill if w Q fs. ,-ef e 'Q f - a t A on tap, make him a welcome addition to M, 1 any crowd. All in all, a man with the "get-there" spirit, who will make a mighty popular officer. "Say, kid, where's Parmelee ?" 136 Q 'J h '.i"2EiE5f f. ' 'T " '1F? Qlharles Elefiersnn iBarri5b Clifton Forge, Virginia , .. ' 9 i ii 'fa " , Snr. "Rowsy" ii Q2 af -ff' . Buzzard v v t A 1 v ERE we have a typical, easy-going, Southern gentleman, who car- ries all the graces of the old-time cavalier, even to the drawl. Like them, he is a good hater, his chief aversion being for the Demon Work: he prides himself on being one of the idlers, and never tires of tell- ing of the time-"I liked to have died"-when Dick Glendon got him to row in the tank for full twenty minutes, "nigh on to an hour." He has never since participated in strenuous exercise, although he occasionally appears on the tennis courts, if driven to it. His steadfast principles are not even relaxed for the sake of boning, and he is well content with an easy berth on the sunny side of a 2.5. Literature, combined with a bull skag, appeals to him more than anything else. He reads incessantly and knows the standard authors verbatim. The Navy had few charms for this genial Vir- ginian until he made First Class Cruise with the Fleetg then his views changed for several reasons, known to but few. So he seems destined to ornament the service, and beneath his easy-going disposition you will Find him a level-headed, conscientious and im- partial man. l3'T 3 ll 1' 7 i l is 924 ii is 2 .wat ' f E M M fl .hi Q. 5 i i i fi , H1 if if 1' Q l K5 gf 5 A 15:8 5 iw if 4 3 . 9,94 I 2 I " M P if ,F I Cllllap 31211115 iBnzar5e Hampton, Iowa . 5' it , OH golf Kim? if 1 un' 1 at ,. ,yf ' K 5 " ' A "Nancy" gf Vi , Lacrosse Numerals, First Petty OHicer 'f lpigj ia is ' 4, r HERE is only one Nancy. But in order to describe the one in this Rf small space, we must tell what he is not rather than what he is. 'A 'fi Neither wooden nor savvy, not an athlete nor yet a Swedish dancer, is ,iff never a Red Mike, yet he doesn't fuss to excess, the possessor of a gloomy , frown and a bright smile struggling for possession of his goodly features: he is neither morose nor voluble, has a kindly disposition and a quick temper, is a good friend and a lively enemy, a familiar Figure and yet a puzzle to us all. Second Class Year, Nancy suddenly turned militant suffragette to the consternation of 'xc Brennenwho had never seen the like in all his years of experience with Hoosier politics. l But when the responsibilities of a muster l l book and Arvid Pendleton devolved upon him, he steadied on a domestic course clear of the storm centers. f This much we can tell you of Pearse: he T is a conscientious student, albeit inclined to 6 V worry over his marks, and a man of high principles to which he holds undeviatingly, whatever the consequences. 133 C Zlrhih iBenlJIe1un New York City aff" -'-'ffx-:tm Y f , , .. ..-L Q 7?-Q: gin.. , g ,. .atggf L. ,. .2 '-1, - A A ggfvi, . ' W' ' "Cul wif, -Y - ' KEY? 1.1 vm-- X sharp x.-.a4,. ala. talk.. -1.-, ., QQ .53 .JKX ik "Li , ' l ' v 1 ' F I l I xg I ,SNJ ., . . 'Mx , qui . KX fs 1 I iff, 229' Qi, ,U K lf' if 11. i klalgl mg, V.. wx UI-iv, I' --. 152353 lie Soi -'A SE? a s 5-. , , , vi 1? . J ' ,iii-'21 MQ: 51 use-1 . 'YE '57-J f- - ' ,V , iv, 'gf 1,1 K . sz: ,E uf - -ff w. F'-l g up Q., :A 'f r- ' . ' Q J I 1551.1 . 1. Effie 'X Zffi- ,Q 4. T51 it iff .il 5 lr are 575 Uk . Z-" 4006. 2 f 'Q' "Pondule" "Ahvid" Forty Percent Club, Clean Sleeve- Buzzard AVE you seen him-Arvid, the lad with the sine-curve prolile? He wanders around and gets lost now and then, but comes back with great fervor when set right. His happy faculty of explaining ob- scure points to the profs has caused us many smiles, and caused him to perch in many trees. In fact, he fell out V of a high one into our class, Where he again sought a resting place in the upper branches. Second Class Year he struck a weak limb, but Brigade Order No. 46 saved him from falling. Although one of the unfortunates who assisted in Hnan- cing that 6 to 0 score, he received a buz- zard as a consolation prize. When you End Arvid strolling aimlessly through the mazes of deep thought Cno one has ever been able to follow him therej, drag him forth, and you will End him an agreeable and amusing companion. 139 . .f ,,.,. ,affix WU pl in 1': USU .I lg, 1' 1 l ,Zi ' ul, fl V7 ,ix fi lx lv- f f' i . KETQTEQ 1 f if K .lf .i' VJ: l Ll' as A 125 tigffaix. -51,345 QQ", 1 ll . , J v K 3 2 A , JQ new ,bij jf: ,J si gg, I nf. 5 1 5 l . '1 r ll 1 l . i l f. I Q 'R-4,2 ,. Q9 1 , X f ., fm -' if 'Q mv- 'vw ---1 f--rx www. .ents AFV-'WWE wwe- frees Jw .st a . .sm 1W'W2"'f"bFM'.i' fr-35--w '71,-V-'7 vm-.Q mms? ww sw 'sy 4 1,9 iq' ,'j?9',4-X . -I - " .X N ,fafx IAA, fb xamf?-w..,A ...N - - ..:s.,sa:i' qQ.e,x'fu gifurzgik -.am an I Q W 1 -fww e f ef.. N. cue.--X-W i I' .A 4 f fb l mf .4-na ' E D ' I . xis 'si S ,. '4 ff? i n ff. gg. Hgj .353 -H-1 ff fi?-EZ Bop Rfaff A. Q'1'.'N ' Anadarko, Oklahoma L gf-Q ig.. l S-1' , v x, ' S ff? IW' ' V Q-:iii U Kyfg "Dutch" "Squaw" if :wmgf f Cross Country Squad 4-3-2-1, Buzzard I, gf. 5 IH N. , - - ft' H, Senor, Senor--Wat ess your name? Paf?-Pauf?-Fof? Sacre Ay... tonnere! if if ! ?-Write eet a la pizarra.-Ah-h, Fauf! Now, mon ami-amigo mio-dit moi--" etc. And thereby 'fr W hangs a long. long tale, stretched out through an academic career of five years. The only Modern Languages with which Dutch is on speaking if 1' '7"f'f' ' 1 P' f if 2' if 74,33 1 t. I an l T3 ' ,sf -:gb ,W . . .5 I 1 - 3 :K 12 G terms are Choctaw and Naval Academy. He may be wooden in Dago, but we give him the benefit of the doubt and attribute his low marks to his Irish name. Whether it be Dago or D's which becloud the sky, Pfaff is a happy-go-lucky fellow, with never a care except for the next chance to roll one. It has been the squaw's custom to take fre- quent periods of enforced beauty sleep because of his assiduous courting of my lady nicotine. He disbelieves in voluntary exercises, and is hav- ing his outfit made with a good loose Ht-the Asiatic Station is his goal. Show us the man who has lived through these four years with greater comfort or more pleasure for himself and his friends. This hard-headed, practical Dutchman is of the stock that the next genera- tion will affectionately call "the Old Navy." "Gimme a light." 1-L0 'Q a , -. . .Wi . f. i' 5 1 -ifxu " y A ' K V! gill:-T . , Q4 ' ' iffxllf i ullii' , gg M54 Ly.. 'fl , in If t 1. ,ii .iff-f - ,Xa Wi ul .N ii ul . . .,v 2' 'ff ws 0 iianghun Euminique Pickering Westerly, Rhode Island lllllll "Shrimp" "Pick" Coxswain of the Crew, Crew N, Crew Numerals, Hard Guy OD 4-3-2-1, Clean Sleeve-Buzzard HE Shrimp is the smallest man in the class, from the smallest State in the Union, and he is the most pestiferous runt ever foisted on the Academy. He bullies the crew huskies as if he had the dimensions of the Baltimore Giant himself, and rests secure in the knowledge that they can't catch him, and that if they do, they certainly wouldn't hurt such a cute little boy. He hides behind a big yellow N, won by three years of hard and deserving labor grafting free rides up and down the Severn in an eight Man Power motor boat. Examining the specimen with the aid of a microscope, you will note certain peculiarities: the upper half of him walks like Pete Van Valzah and the lower half like Madam Daughtry, i. e., he is anxious to get there, but suffers serious delay from hysteresis: his right ear has a permanent list to starboard, due to supporting the whole weight of his cap. When he sported three stripes Plebe - e Z Summer they gave him a converted bayonet for a sword, and even that trailed on the deck. This brief period of authority encouraged a ubiquitous nature that frequent duckings from the Float have been unable to dampen. He does not spoon on any of the Academic Departments, but his opinion of Modern Languages is ex- pressed in terms both Huent and lurid. The only known method of keeping Pick quiet is to smoth- er him, but the gang is never complete without our Shrimp. 141 - .. ----- .. W-17 , ti E 5 J I Eli 5 9' ,. -, - A, , + - . . v 1 , "H HW" """X KW" X K fig? gg 455s -Q-,, ,fvvvv-m,., . ,, .f , "" of . , - -i gi'TM?3'i5i iff? 'fi5ifQ'if'f'TTi' A'A" Q r A .T-I-7.4 V , s - -,Y- ,, ,,., li X ..,.,.. ,. , . tt . .. .-.r fr ,,. ...,., Y, ....,- a.. ,,,....-,.?. X...-wig. ,Q ,W 5. .,...,.. . -E. x. E9 'Q .ff f" Qhnlf hun bthehen iBickbariJt New York City it Www g .cll X J X 1 P 1 X! MQW, t 'R 'f-Q n ff -'Ai , . 4 J X 0 M 4, ,vw ci 4. ,if f ' v .5 39... A" .1 f S L-I , "Count" "Pick" 'Skinnyn 'Avon" as 99 Baron Two Stripes-Battalion Adjutant ONSTANT, punctual and reliable as the G. M. T., calm, cold and inscrutable, even in the face of the admiring throng at Dress P-rade Cask him how he preserves his dignityj, to the casual acquaintance the Baron is an enigma. But to those fortunate ones, his intimates, he allows himself occasional bursts of confidence, thus we have learned his life's ambitions: to cultivate on the sub-maxillary a stubble that will require the weekly use of a razor, and to acquire an air of easy and graceful uncon- cern while in the presence of the fair sex. The whiskers he would wear as a disguise, for infatuated women pur- sue this blushing youth. A man of the highest moral prin- ciple, his philanthropy toward the Mt. Moriah A. M. E. Church has been publicly acknowledged in the columns of the Evening Capital. The misfor- tune of being on the typhoid squad in 1910 cost Pickhardt several numbers in class standing, but by methodical, persistent work he has largely re- trieved himself. You will find in the Count that good sense, modesty and congeniality which must win your friendship as it has ours. He is one of the most efficient, level-headed men in the Brigade, and we prophesy for him an enviable career. 142 mm, sax. vs? iz! ,iii-Ji? titeil 7ir-T-5 522 Q19 R25 sl. We? 1' 1 . ,. Q 'Q - , , x , . i , , 6 M . .5 fzik. .Q --x v ,, gf, l 'fsie' Qsgif wkfy: f -. 1 1 5 e 1 5 , , , 1 i , . K' sf l 1 V. i ,lg 1, 'sf X 64. . riii f. .QE ' - 5' if?" xp, V Lug:-2 1, it Qi .iv :ff 3 '15 .,v.-fig' ., f 1:51.- '.!'5 1' :- -f f ..1.q5.., E -...W - Be f ' Z . A ,Q g 1 y Qs ei W L5 x! E, n 'Nz gg ,Q :fs 3 1 5.0 Le . , 5 ye-3 4 gy w 5154? ' -, 3, .F if 9 - 5,,vm.,f "ide f"-'aff Q l L l4 ilh J Z.. Jlaurace watts Rillshurp , Londonderry, New Hampshire 543' muff? 13-A1 .-5 Y AE? all in ff lg W if it .fm 'u v 1 w "Pills,' i Football Numerals, Track Numerals, Clean Sleeve ILLS came to us from Phillips-Andover, possessed of very laudable ambitions and a ticklish temperament. To his early ideals he has since added a few more, and has become the most ticklish man in the Brigade-thus showing development along several lines. He appears to best advantage on the cinder-path, where he runs the quarter mile to the queen's taste. If his legs' were not so short-they barely reach the ground-he might become a record breaker at this distance. In the early years of his academic career Pills lingered in the vicinity of two-sixes and Sevens, with an occasional spec- tacular jump into the savvy section after hearing Johnny Mayer mumble the exam in his sleep. But n the present season has been a different story: he suddenly found his true bear- ff' ings, then steadied on his course, and now threatens to reach port in better condi- S "iff tion than several mariners of greater repu- P p tation. With other members of a certain 5 QM T-if 252315 if? J A., , ,, 1, vw.. fag L. Y, "1 lib? 145 F Ni I social organization he once fell into the f'i'Yi clutches of the Discipline Dept.g otherwise his record is spotless. ,5 May this true Yankee sailor run the race of life as prettily as g he does his favorite distance! 1 W. 143 'J " 1 ,wg at ' ia. F" , .J . " i . ' :-A f wkihf '---A-" '--W--ft V- - X--A---P ts- ,--A H' ww: .... - "c.f:..f WXSZCT iBaulus iBrinre iButneII J1"f'f'5 !"""x. W , .. r I "5 'W ' ct . A 1 X 1 A ::,,. 5 I ,f N . , , I I I' v-F W' 1 , l V N X sf g 5 F i l I V x ffl l 'ui K. P i ffl . r i . ri Xi. A fl .mf i if--, l . T, igffl' .K gi ,T . .TP F .Q 5 4 ,4 -J l 4 i I ll its il Woodview, Virginia EX QA ,K- JG!! H W Il tr g gi zz. gli hi: 'ig' li Sail Ho" "P's" Football Numerals, Crew Numerals, Class German Committee, Buzzard 6 AIL HO!"-"Where away?"-"Right over there!" And in breezes P's with his famous 18-karat smile, that is broad enough to swal- low a whole family of glooms. When this frolicsome little lad of 180-odd pounds attains his full growth, people are going to mistake that smile for the sunrise. Sail Ho is always ready to lend a hand, no matter what the occasion, but nothing can prevent him from fulfilling a social obli- gation. He has been the victim of that philanthropic organization known as the P. P. P. P. P. P.: and he is bewildered by the aggravating way that the road to matrimony has of taking a new turn at every hop. Infrequently a serious mood beclouds his pleasant horizon, but he invariably comes back to the sunshine with the remark, "Let's go to Richmond." He never did like the song the Black Hole Gang of the good ship Massachusetts composed in his honor, but his blushes attest to its truth. Powell is one of the giants ofthe class, and his heart is built in proportion: every man of us is proud to claim a share in it. "The first requisite for a naval ofhcer is to be nice to the ladies." 144 - fx Qliarl Zlaarrisun Qauinlan Canon City, Colorado R, fr. I 'T 1'7Y'I Milla," 'mb ua par "Savvy,' "Earl" Gymnasium Team, GNT, Sharpshooter- Expert, Buzzard AVVY landed amongst us Plebe Summer with all the earmarks of a real mountaineer. But thanks to the tutoring of the old Twelfth, he is now a most dashing gallant, as Dippy discovered when he started home in his automobile after one of the hops. The English Dept. gave Earl a terrible fight for two years, but "Rocky Mountain" won out just a little to windward of a 2.5. He always took an interest in gym work, but it was not until Second Class Year that he really showed his ability, now he is one of our star performers on the bars. Due to his marked efficiency on the Rhode Island, the gang had Quinlan slated for a big job, but the system didn't work that way, and he had to be contented with la First-class buz- zard. The high altitudes have some- what impaired the mountaineer's sense of humorg sometimes he laughs, and you wonder whyg again he won't laugh when there is every provocation. Perhaps that's why they call him "Savvy." Once a friend, he is always a friend, and we predict that he will make good when he hits "the real Navy." "Say now, no kidding-that's straight, isn't it?" 1445 il+'.55l55!h et QSh s x ll 'EQ"'?'P'S!' 'I31'a!-Fi!'EBC?EBf"Z!ST"Wffs "'f Kill? :JF gk- nj 13+ L: ' fn, vs 511.9 me 'C J.: l x 25 Al cw -..4 :Qi mr .. , pw.. , 1 lu :fs ,tg u El ,H X. ,. W.. c., ,MX ,wrt ,Mc fm, can ,...c,3 ,lm ,Ml em . 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If Charley wifi, . . . . , , Clifford were here to write this, it would be an account of thrilling e B adventuresg we know a few of them, and guess at many more, but must be content to ive an account of a sterlin classmate who kee s his P tolli. iii 4 ,, Eli y. , .lf , WN. 41 f A 1 f""' ,ja X . 4 own counsel. In these four years of struggle Phil's cheer- ful smile has been an asset well worth noting. In fact, he's always care-free, though often rhino. He swears that with half a chance he'd leave us for cit life, but we all expect to see him retired at the ripe old age of sixty-two. Meanwhile he is a beau gallant who could give Don Juan pointers. Phil is content to keep on the weather side of a 2.5 and leave the higher rounds of the lad- der to more ambitious aspirantsg but he possesses a clear, logical mind which will carry him over obstacles that a savvy man's theory would not enable him to surmount. The charm of First Class Year was spoiled for him by the enforced presentation of a buzzard-his clean sleeve suited his taste perfectly. We're glad we've had you with us, Phil Ransom, and we wish you always the best of luck. 1416 , :iff Q:-5 ,,,. 4: ,. I . , PW?-If: 5 is' be ga: we la ,W . E X is 1. , , 5 . , . i S, . in., , Q A 'yi , . ' A A ' 3 hx 1 i U x rg W M7 ' , iligrliig ,. 25 . .l 1 Aw if ii ll r' V . 54 'LEE- vjq N if wif, if li .if 'fi . . i i RLS W lv i i ,.f w ' lf-Nl . sr f . - I X r ' 'M S Z, . S rm? 'iLi.i4?s,.ii2" " .gy 'Xp1Zg,.1l' 'vg11:"i1:fg -1, .if Wix.,13z.ffi'irzfa:i7'i"'imniIif iff?-Wim S :Q Ki.-, ii 5 . , 121 . sg gfg Gufitahus Qbeurge itkemlger ,lafm r , 5 .1-' 'Q Orange City, Iowa 'W' 'ifflf gf! 1 ' f 4 F255 Qi HT? if l 'W' . "il 5 Q ' ',, jtfivf ,ii will ll tl HW1 I 'Will'-'iw if Hi ' 'J ',T'W"3 . . .. 5' "L '1 61,59 ir. s i Dtswnsf iw G6 39 G 97 GK 9? S Gus 'Dutchman Goose 9 "Rinniger" ' Football Numerals, Clean Sleeve E P H! I am about to reveal an secret. This stolid, wooden-looking Dutchman is one of the savviest men in the class, but nobody knows it-not even Gus himself. He distinguished himself Plebe Summer by designing a steam DP ii? ri- im 'S X ki .:, . . I , iq.. -1 J' cgi.. 'Q W7 'W 'Q l' iii T1 Ml mf? 7 nfl .19 E-fi 2 'A g -ai. , j A. s. l .rg 2, Li if -ge' VT-J 5 4. I .1 l v , - 2'- , .V r ir 3 ' . ,Lf .4 is .-ff H4214 "5 'wifi :A J J- ms. v' fi gag.. '- 1 'w Fifi" Ek liz-W amy? I - ver K 'we' szgfiili' eff 53,1 1- ii Li : e l -. Q. launch, the plans of which appear elsewhere in this bookg the steam launch hasn't appeared yet. Since this one burst of energy, Gus has rested, for four years he has preferred novels to textbooks, and has obtained in every subject a 2.50 maxi- mum with a minimum amount of application. The "Goose's" chief characteristics are his good nature, generosity, laziness and absent-mindedness. He always forgets to go on duty, often forgets to wear his hat, and only carries his head with him because he can't leave it anywhere else. His favorite g pastime is graft- E G such as taking Sun- day breakfast in town, or going up to Washington, "un- beknownstf' Having invested in a miniature class, ring, Gus believes that the Navy is no place for any sane, home-loving Ameri- can. He would rather settle down on a ten-acre farm than to be com- mander-in-Chief of the Atlantic Fleet. RLG 1447 6 5 wx 5? if' ,' Q if ik .Mx 'ir3.1f.,f1 'i Qiflifft. 2 if t L lil is V , l , ., E. E. lv 1 2 f f. L-Aw . 4 5. " ' I. , ,---N ewan X Q . . ps. J X 11- .9 fl.. , 1 -fs t x - l p A 4 up ,Syl-mf .X , 1 l 1 . I x 4 -4' -1 .. - 4 f fl J if Q li kt Q' K 13 J Q gl 4 ..! L li 1 1 63 if if X? 19 3523 'Z Ffa .,. 1. v?'.,,, ff W -s 233 119. C wi? I A 4 4 gk.w:f"'...-'T','3::j 4:23. . ai an A1 " yas. . ..,- ,.,,. .... Qu.. -,...,,.- FW? mm? W l 3 7 w .. g , .,.5..ivi?L kNLy:Q-,- -1,1i,..., ,r3,igg-g-fm3-- -gy .. i 6' Qrtbur Qranhille Robinson New York City ,Q Mlzfnnfxnnsi fl ll .f " lrffwx 5 Q tXNlPg5 5 Q' by gi kliqvilj N . Y 1 r he ' - Y ,fi "'L ,-U r 1 llfqfe "ip" "Robbie" ltArt1, Buzzard THOROUGHLY congenial metropolitan, who does not persist in telling you that New York is the only city on the mapg his is a more effective way-he shows you the town. It is only at such a time, whether it be in New York, London or Berlin, that you will see the true Art Robinson, for he is never happier than when showing others a good time. The house parties he has given us in the "joy Month" are never to be forgotten, for Robbie is a princely host. A keen sense of humor and readiness with a joke are not the least of his virtues. Robinson has gone through the Academy mentally close-reefed in read- iness for heavy squalls, carrying full sail only on leave when clear of the rocks and Shoals of the Discipline Dept. He is a steady worker, and while not brilliant in his studies, he is no man's fool: when it comes to the cold, practical reasoning of every-day life, Rob can show " most of us a thing or two. The regular- ity of his fussing has an impersonal Havor, for fickle femininity has only a passing influence with him. On Christmas Leave he encoun- tered heavy weather in the way of diph- theria and scarlet fever combined: now that he is on the Road to Wellville, he is looking for the guy who put "Merry" in front of Xmas. You will find him a good man in any situation, an able ofh- cer and a most lovable fellow. 148 2- 'io-.?'7' ng if .M i- u-4, ff.. at 1 'I V, W 6 -- fg"fri,r iw:1.fs.'5 , ' H - - ,fT?:c,f.E"if2i.:5id-,si2: 'f ,ir-gi? -, lf- Q - ' Q7f'T?T?7"Q ,, -1wef:2..g-l.- -, f' - Q.. 5- 1 N' SEQ? i".'f1E2x,"f-.55 iii ' ' ' ' 63 ff llmmlllllllllmn izzaemlniiiiillii 1 iiiiiiiiw 'fin uis james Ruth Cedar Rapids, Iowa f-Bobo" 66 ,Re q A JY --. So W? ' , xt , Towser" "Bue Buzzard of work-he can l1e right HIS energetic youth is certainly not afraid Tdown beside it and sleep peacefully. In fairness we must admit that once, during his hand-to-hand struggle with the Dago Dept Um almost turned out before reveille to bone, but just before the fatal step was taken he decided, "I may be unsat, but I'll stay in bed." He used to be quiet, but since he kissed the Blarney Stone on Second Class Cruise he frequently blows off at an alarmingly high pressure. Um is of a practical turn of mind and is possessed of a large fund of common sense. Although he is about as tactful as a pile driver, he is nevertheless a success- ful charmer with the ladies. He is gener- ous to a fault, and his bluntness, coupled with never-failing good nature, and his store of dry humor have won for him a Warm place in the hearts of his many friends among the class. "Hey! What's that-up 8000?" 149 lr.. ---vH""' ? "Hombre" m aes?-"'?'xv 1 ii" ' ' 1 f . 'fjfji-. 4-1,,gl, . .111 ,i1i":i'1 .f:Z22Zi's - - f - V - -fm -' - - ""' t 1 1' A ' ww- "" A -We--f arent -4 bs - rm, i ., ..,, ... ,, W-, , A... e...,. .,,, I u.....,.. ..,,, X N.-a...ia,s -..-.:H-T'-.Q 9 Q? ?' ' 1 1 -, "' '-Q' 72' 'xfilff' 'fill' Y'.,lL,...' Na' .iii l.."faF 'X'3.'.?L1V ' k . :1,. I - J '51- Q +5 , gggnffle ws" 1:38 y. ' N - of ,filer LSA, f SZ Y lil V 1 , w ft, l l fbi I . fail F C 1 I 5 1 1, 4 Q5 rt I :As ez, QQ E' ED has three real pleasures in life: rough-housing, rhinoing and lussing. Plebe Year he was a mem- ber of the old Tenth Company gang, and received a good start in each line. He takes keen delight in teaching Fourth Classmen the error of their ways, and there isn't a Plebe in the first battalion who Wouldn't climb three Hights of stairs just to avoid meeting Red in the corridor. When he Hrst came to Annapolis Red admired the gait of the Crabs so much that he adopted it, and, from present indications, a Crabtovvn gait is not all that he has acquired, for Red has been a "steady" ever since Young- ster Year. On the rifle range his beautiful auburn locks are a permanent danger signal to every bull's-eye within range. He has a peculiar manner that makes those who do not know him well believe that he has a grudge against all mankind. In reality, his rather quick temper is all that spoils a disposition naturally as sunny as the land of which he is a loyal Native Son. 150 wilhur john Buble Laton, California "Red" "Rhino" Rifle Team, RNT, Sharpshooter- Expert, Buzzard 39 51 Q3 qw. rf Q 53 Ei vis 33 6 , Q J it fi e.., I :- W P I was gl .1 xp ' , 1 V ir, .. L, .,,i 'TSI ff fi f,?f?u tiff fa Q it :. . 'ws My Sill 2,1-,4 i ii as -3 , 'Ei M' . 31 6? 1?:a', 3'!iQ 9 iBauI Zahn beatles Indianapolis, Indiana ,A pawns 5 p rl? --" .' 5' oo ug -Lean i- 2 A E lfpingfi Clean Sleeve E have not space to print in full the unqualified testimonial given ' by this young officer on the great merits of Herpicideg here you see his picture after taking-he refuses to permit the "before tak- ing" portrait to be published. The subject of our discourse is an optimistic son of Hoosierville, whose delight it is to rhino about the Navy in general and the Home for Pam- pered Pets in particular. His erratic genius has on many occasions put him at odds with the Pow- ers That Be, but his bluff has never been success- fully called. Ping is a veritable encyclopedia of sporting events and affairs theatrical, and hides a vast store of out-of-the-way knowledge with which to occasionally dazzle the profs. He has attained prominence as a fusser, despite the fact that he sometimes comes back from the hops to read Schopenhauer. Periodically he resolves to forego social frivolity, but it is seldom that he fails to make good an opportunity for tripping the light fantastic, either Swedish or Turkish. Altogether Searles is an amusing and versatile companion, whom it is good to have around, "My ambition is to be non-ratey clean sleever in the wooden company." 151 X,-W ' an 1 1 l 2 RJ u fi . mfg l 4 .fy if if if Q B ze. l 1 5 9 t ' -'f 1 vi 'is sw t t ,5',"a fwiv lb, . . Jkt' 551, rift Q' Q ,H e w? Q N . US WIN' 5 ..:1 ' 'Q ilffi fits gat xi TF, . 535353 viii S if-5 . -. ...,...1' . ......4 s.".-Wx... ...gfv HJ., 5,51 , ws, A - it mm, . i 'law' V - eg:-jig'-gy oglyqgmsrgg . vi' ,' S 'J e- ' ' f " asv' g.s:": 2 , f 6- i' f 'X 'Y ' ' "" ' ""Q.-'fl .i fix .Q'f'ff.'f'i: ff . " -'amz AX. ' ' an ' its X ff! - . . -- ' ' ' TWA- .,.1 ,L.T,X , A . Ullpznuas jlllluunt Svearlrs fl? 13!-.N -. WWA .AX J fe XM Vicksburg, Mississippi i' V, D it Ikem Sharpshooter, Midshipman Commissary, Star "2-I," Rhino 4-3-2-1, Clean Sleeve l 4 , "1 ' l ,Aj K 3 EARLES has stood the test of a true classmate: he had the backbone 5, ,J and courage to stand up for a Comrade through every vicissitude, - without regard for the jeopardy in which he put himself. As a result, he has a clean sleeve instead of the three stripes to which his ability en- - titled him. Ike came to us a qualified electrical engineer, and was properly rhino because he had to go through the mill all over again. This and other misfortunes have developed him into an expert gloom whenever the affairs i.5 4, f ff, ,i 4 made him none the more merciful when he came to power, and all under- Y. B classmen have a wholesome respect for Q - A Q of the U. S. N. A. are under consideration. His experience as a ratey plebe - 124. 5 1. i ilf 21 , li .,, Qi . A lg af Q.. We 1 v .Qi yy, F .r v 165' 3. i gl urn. ww V. rgei at fi? air 1 Q 23 1 a s i s 5 fs. L! ni ' his frown. He is in dead earnest in frgqfllw A everything he undertakes, is not afraid to express his opinions, and proceeds to make good whenever called for a show- f if down. As a sea-lawyer he is un- , fl Q equaled-reference, Discipline Dept. I if To hear this hot-headed Southerner tell , Z how the battle-wagon should be run, as- V bestos ears are required. Such char- -, gg W. M F lf i l i X acteristics have combined to make him u-A ,f , f the best caterer we know of. Afraid of nothing and bluffed by no one, Ike is sure to come close to the mark he aims for: he says the Navy is not for him, so we expect a brilliant record of Thomas Mount Searles, the civilian. 152 QL r L, - if Y A J 5 .. iw- ,fm-4 1 ,M 1 I , ,TA ,-, x E? ,V 'X'-55 fi'f5ff i".' "f'4m7:1P-hff'+' "" L "nfVi1Ff2.Wf'Jf-'7'r,,sW'fT3if3L,4?if'fifNi-,'5"71. il ' A N-.-g3j1v"'f:.1g2wk.'.,...U1 1' "f:i:..'f 'f'xj-:?l,.' W.- c'iQf'xri1',,'q K S. ii!! - iv'-1 i 2 L 5' i-:CMJ M ' ,rl .wg , x ,tfl , ierr 'hy Sill' EFZFQ ,Q M,.1f', ,4 1,11 Q, 553 Qi in Q, gg' Captain Baseball Team, Baseball N, Class Secretary, Director Y, M. Q C. A., Two Stripes Q E came to us a slender and unassuming lad from way up in Michi- gan, but it did not take us long to realize that he was a man who 355, ,'. .,-,M . gg ...gg-t1.,:f,, ,g,y.,,L S - .- .. , JE? '12-as 'Eff 'T' fe' 6. t : M, 5952 me hi 1 a SQL . w ti ii Qi if i. in if 'ff' J'- g g Z F r YK 1. if fi- ,, N912 F: Q' , gg . K . . . ,i ... gnu' si'fZet?95,,ff :iff Fifi? Sz. 21' .fi z.".,'5.. I l.,v,iEq. , t 3 6.15 1, -.., 1 1--W could more than hold his own in every department of this strenu- ous life. June of Plebe Year found him in the line-up on the diamond against the Army, and now he holds the well-deserved captaincy of a team that we hope to see bring us a long deferred triumph-a baseball victory over West Point. Si is absolutely consistent and level-headed, his strong, quiet nature is not affected by the numerous waves that ripple on the surface and keep most of us astir. If he were to take up his abode in some rustic community, he would soon be "Uncle Walt" to every child on the street, for a kindlier man never lived. An ability to see the humor in a situation that has nothing else to recommend it will prove one of his most valuable assets in a naval career. His success has been so natural and unpreten- tious that few of us realize how well Si has done the work of these four yearsg the reward of stripes is well deserved, as is also the warm friendship of every man who knows him. 153 a t e a Sl fiif ' .v 5.24,- ,.-i v...3. 1 1-V vw., 'U ':-- if " 5 . ui, - ' , fl: 1 1 3 3, iiu K' fe i ,wi lil " Jw: it N :gif ,W wg? ,si 'iliix rg K I K " fi lg 1 Ji. -Jf4g?31,:,, Q "sw 5 ' ,ix 4 3 Q I, .V 1 t 4' f i i i' t, -ff . fn" "'A "Ve f" ' r" T 'A if ' ""X Q iffllll. QZYQLT !a'l5...L!!5L5.9s. K.- lr,-.5 1,, "fI"'fh K ......gW,. at . uses. ii f i -. H gig q V' f f .jifQTQ li'ij . , Jsamsi? .1 57 " ' BW My CM 'Wi W A W Ti D 'V :QB if ltlfL'il 5 .. 'Q 24135 ii -'ilf'iTiiN- ' M" Ziaenrp Zllhert Sadler mg? 5 i .gk i. Q53 K - H, J ' Buffalo, New York 'i .igfg aw A?-ri Q . z 5 QE? Er. ri usein uottosa K . it fi Q ri . , S Football Numerals, Baseball Numerals, ' Basketball Numerals, Class Ger- -'1 Af iff man Committee, Clean Sleeve .:', H C ii C . F, HEN first he breathed Lake Erie's salty breezes in the Queen e B .c fi City of the Lakes, Sei felt the call of the deep. Recognizing his destiny, he prepared for it as well as his environment allowed. That the aforesaid environment consisted of Niagara Falls, breweries, slaughter houses, and Elbert Hubbard, did not keep him from joining us. ig? El 5 H' H-. h Early in his academic career he gained the name "Otto" from his curvilinear , resemblance to one of the gymnasium apparati. We warn you that this .- is a delicate subject with Seiller. . , , , , ' . u , , 57? ,AA AVA' N K,r3,.,,,m Having been a permanent Exture of the - ',r, f'?'lL271'r1,i?79 . . l f. ' ""- l Z - W class teams, Se1 wears a rainbow of numerals if 1.55, ' ' 'isa 2 - - -'T' ,,. Qfkf which prove that he 1S no mean athlete for a E XT., its-and ..i" i"i,g. ,,v ,3 .,j,1' , , , ig, s E .. ::- A, Q K , ,L . itil. 1, man of his size. He and the Wop have main- lg, fQ ef,.,i ..W . . . . . . 'A 2-2 'A' A gage tained a life partnership-a tough comblnation, 5 3 5 9 . .f ' 1 ' . 1 always eager for a rough house, or for a chance ' W . .- lei, , I , E in-1 '- if ,Q to catch one. He has never perverted his WW at , X strength to the use of the Hod Carriers' Union, V , , MQW i 5, and any of the real queens will go into ecstasies e'.., ' over "those wonderful eyes." 'f -f" 1123- J 1 Where there IS work to be done in the ,ir .Qjgfgg N if Q service, you will Find Sei on the job-not mak- ,, , Wfgiijf- Q ,Q . . . . ..gig.,g.,f-g..,. .- M . f wx., 1ng a noise, but getting things done. Ever l cheerful and ood natured he is a comrade to Ili ff: ' g ' 51 , choose for work or play, true blue to the core. 154 M 'lk' lf, U... Ja iq 7 s 1 .,, -'ff ,, ., , A r o , 7 f P 'g'.fr"2..f'f-f2fN,!7 x ' 'g'wN,,,f J 'N-kfil':2"sT.fi,"fjxRf, X gsf:s,v-,fp X-f npr? digg " 'ii ii 'Tm i "SQ" ily 'Y-A-0 l 's-1.p, ,i3,.l:f"4. iii ' ' 5, ii iifp ii,,'Q."'x ,i 'ww fry fi LN 75, , Q ,N ,ga t ' , , .115 fICiJumz15 Shure ,l ,W i ' 1 ' it il ge 2 Covington, Kentucky 'Q ff I N sw 1 lbivigy. 'FN 3 gm il , l ,l ' ' he 921-it il.. ,, 'ak' -ZW. K in 9 tv Jr .Qs ffwzli, ,fi , I' wg, nf 3,1 4 Ak gil 1, , tum fyifi il, Ltsh 97 sc 91 gif, HX Tom lt: -- iLE't'ij: M' "T." ,li E34 .lv rg' G . First Petty Officer-One Stripe gb Es! EQ? lil Q ff 'ii jsseiih vj 1 re: . .. . , 5? fa S I goo, y r 'wgajii 1' S: Pm SA N ..g. ? E ff A 2 'ii 'zz 91 wif .. . '15 Fil ... 22 asa' , V :gl vga' 'W L' 3 .1 gqgf it? 9' A . gg., 2 . ale an git!! 3,5 ., 'Q -2 M 343' ni G 5 Qui' . , sw., QA f li' 3 35-1 :ti 'TIE I A --mai, -9:13 NE . T is said that all geniuses are peculiar. But we have not yet discovered what form Tom's genius takes. He won our respect early in Plebe Summer as the result of an interview at close quarters with the first "Admiral" White. Too bad that intimacy has not resulted, also. With the right crowd Shax is ready for a frolic any time, acquainted only with his more sombre moods. He has deep thoughts on many subjects, and consistently lives up to his convictions-a trait which may detract from sociability, but can only add to char- acter. A tendency toward the languid life, early developed, drowned any ath- letic ambitions Tom may have cherished, and put a crimp in a class standing that might otherwise have been of the highest. To while away the weary hours of a Saturday on the grade, or join a Red Mike convention on a hop night, Shine is always good company. You may not agree with his theories of life, but you will End them well worth considering. 155 and will often surprise those E I l W f ls? I J 1 2.- 1 iw-1 if if?" E352-1' My 2g,ff1,,, A, f a EL2':'.'23?f?' ig .2 L if , A gl.,-L :f b TE, ' Q VT' A' Tiff f, I TP? if liff ' 975' 5361 jig! 'Si pw it :WSH will .. if law- .g,Lrg'nlf 'W' if ,- "I ' 4 , , . 4 -- " .... , ,. , . , , . . ,al V ,- - nu- -in .,... . Y "H K ,-Z., I, , vt... V ,A ,-if -f,,f,i,w .X .7?.XT.,. .f- ig N f'liiI,:fQx r 1, r X krvv . 1 V , W ,,,. Y adn, 'Tw:wQ,-.s::5 mfi..- , 1 . f . - ,,, , A , .. N, , ,A --,.-,,' -a.:s,1.,. eww fir , kwi ,lift vsiiffgszff ry? " gyda' W- fr 'rw F" K f""y 1 fiurm ,TM 1 li 1 ws T5 'V'-QS: ' K .Jsfx -"W asia :kj -X uf-rl If 1 A 12,5 V, ., ., , ,. , , , . Z., X if i t A f H l,i r L I x f' 'ii it - it 5,94 'wijvi :if il . wif' My ,il v1 J asa a wa, fl Sf' N xmf, gf rj lv 1 i 1 S 'LZ 5-,ip .1 tg .ai 3172 if-.if F . ' ,, 4 , 4, 4 , X ' r . 4 sg 1 y',zi 1 4 5 1, A V lift 1 rf' if 4 I sr 3 3 ifff, 1 If 1 . .X a Hi -- x Q., QA H 1 if X ilibuntas Hilary Shock Baltimore, Maryland 3 It So! h 'flat' , i . c g Glsocheii L6T0mmy7, Masquerader, Two Stripes, Battalion Adjutant " AY, how is it to lend me a clean shirt. I want to go to the barber shop." With no desire to blacken fair reputations, we still must be true to history. It was our Social Aid who said it. Tommy is the most genial soul alive. If you don't believe us, ask the girls-not the bricks, but the only real queens who ever came to an Academy hop, or spent Sunday after- noon in the Auditorium lobby. The original patentee of the Glad Hand was Shock. Professor Bell has some effete ideas in dancing, but his is not the credit for the graceful perform- ances of Soche. Exhibitions are not given at the hops, but drop in at Car- vel for an informal, or at the james- town Casino. He may have his share of pink, perfumed notes, but Tommy is not the man to let his correspondence stand in the way of his final multiple. Wherever the seas may take him he will leave a wake of broken hearts, and there is sure to be a merry Ward- room where Tommy sits at table. 15 6 li . . 'l J 1 4 Ri ig 1 flair 2' f J X ,f 4' E 1 M 1 , , .- Li ,Q ng ' 1 .ftr 95 .i 5, Elf? ' wi .rl iidfi Mai ff 4 i: iii K 1 1 s a 51 sw iss-,. 9 . 4 kg s K M ,- A ,Lt Q Q-CX eg " EMA l ' .fm iii A tl' R ix ,ni ak ri Nfl 3 M, Q I .. K5 ,L 5,5 5111125 fx , , Qi? gifil QS? ,W 15+ 5419! MEM ,, 1, -Q, si ,rr A .,, trim 'pfiif '?"Yb,,Afg 9' if' QQ, r . it 3:2 , LJ ' " 5 5 .f Q' L31 W x .,-:-Tax. I -V ...H .xt .,,, .l 6- F1 'I 1,3 nu .,, if L we il 3 ' it or Ne-2:z12'1 :xi .5 - ffl Q' ff all Zliaarrp Eeurge Skinner, file. rj xg Mt. Washington, Maryland , QQ ti '. I Nr' ,J f 462 Y ilfij 1 kj, ' milk Il' 'N ' ' I Q waz, N5 ,....,. w WS fl eeee " fe l el, 'sail ,r J J N arry Z, . ii Gymnasium Team GNT, Football lil 4 6 F .fs Af? I eil 4'- ati' , 551, 4 an "6 , V ,, 'X S, , M- P , , . . SX 'flIfafi. Q F' 33.1-:LK .,, . .- ' f""1!'f sr' . , 0 Numerals, Marksman's Silver Medal, Sharpshooter, Hop Committee, Class Pin Committee, Buzzard IRST Debutante: "Who it that handsome, dark-eyed man with the Hop Committee belt?" Second Debutante: "Why, don't you know Harry Skinner up in Baltimore?" And so it goes, while the ordinary Mutt and Jeff brand of fussers tear their hair, despairing of ever getting such attention. Harry came to Crab- town on the 1913 Special after missing one or two other through trains, so he was pretty well acquainted with the route, and has never found traveling arduous at any 1 i s e a stage of the game. His work in the gymnasium has made it well ornament to the Youngster Year promotion of soc- ial athletics, but the organization came to grief, and Harry spent the rest of the year keeping trysts inside the yard. Skinner is very fond of an argument, and has been his pastime, and he worth while, having been an team for three creditable years. he joined an association for the -2 : ' ' L Q ,uf iffy, f. gr: A-- it. M44 114. . 'J "'j,.,31, 0 'fee .. Msfg'-"J 5 " 4, l, . 51 QM t ,fri if 5' P' Ik' , 1 Ifg' R ai Q sq H X . 5 1, .3 S EW' L sometimes warms up to the point of letting the sparks Hy, but he always has the courage of his convictions. There isn't a better comrade and shipmate to be found in the class. He and Rob- bie have been inseparable: Harry even spends his g leaves in New York. This has become such a ' habit with him that we no longer credit the Damon and Pythias theory, but incline to the old adage, "Cherchez la femme." , 157 x .TWU in' Ll" as LQ RY 2' -cw . 5, Q. if ,.3,.l.f,, A 5 , M ,ff elf Q fi, Q Sf 10.7" ip .e-2? ,aff-,sg X 5 f ,Q . 3, fl ,gg Ji Q 3 fig :Q .rm ? Q w. if W3 , QA ' 1 I. f. 17, X 4 .4 i., Q if if f2'0s'TNQ 1 ,Q , A 1951111 Revue Sleeper we i 'em 55, rw :LW A iiigr. . ,, if e Palmyra, New jersey 1!.'l.2x Hi i A V' f, ,f't'h , s . . A X -- m y ' - if E4 1"-'Sallie at i iii hii' ,i' x 'mi i 1 ,J - live iiillflii 911 mn ,iii 'x eeeee ii., N. iiffi? HP. DeV." fi Boxing Champion, Light Weight, Sharpshooter-Expert, Secretary- Treasurer Y. M. C. A., Presi- dent Y. M. C. A., First - i Petty Officer-One Stripe .J X r g et! ROM the start, P. DeV. was handicapped by coming to us from New jersey, X the land of mosquitos and "scrapple." But he soon overcame the handicap iq and has been up near the top ever since. He has won his numerals on foot- re Vu ball field and track, punched his way to the boxing championship, and shot scores Eluqii of targets full of holes, earning enough medals to give him a list to port, but his chosen work is cheating Satan. A constant Y, M. C, A. worker, for four ,5 ry, years he has drudged and labored, teaching Bible classes, securing Sunday night .f L' A speakers-toiling until his 5 1 hair is gray. His unceasing 'J 5 , . . ' work for good deserves N ,-' more than passing mention. Aside from his stead- fast clinging to high ideals in situations where usually "morals are in abeyancef' Paul is very much a human American being, and a very likable fellow. He has dis- , posed of a miniature ring i and is investigating the re- quirements of the C. A. C. Let his epitaph be, "Cupid . I got him." F J 1 "Let's all join in the singing of hymn num- beriv 158 Football Numerals-Track Numerals. Q35 fi ifi 'V ' A if X'- Fi 22? fi J if . ,,,. , 1 'il 'i.1i'f1ii?f :Psi if 1' . iff iii P r-159 ,, was fe' 2 IZ-fl-N. . n ,I tad if 3 1-1 , 'f t ,J M, ,A L , ii Q, M fi ': 1 vs W pk 1 TN fT?N fixrix ,cg.i.5 4. 'fjgpf' -' . XM-ff' "w.M,f "Nw.f"-"jnfT ',f,m47'f 5,51 J 'ys1fiTfi'N,wfi"', "-' ,"'1ff9l'f. :Kiss wi" inf- ' 'ff N "' " 'TK' W 1 N '.f-.- 7 f sr V- V V, ' -V ,V - K' ,- 1 ,M fmj, ffl. Q , -n iv L ,H r or 1: f XQILT cgi," egg., viii 'ilfll X... - ' 'ig ' 1-s,o,f 'wiimf xml. 1 X. .J Nf.iA k,,5, jg? fm , iffy! fia t -iv " vi s"-dk if lk. - I li k jesse 39111112 Smith 3 A K 'li Eiirfii Beckley, West Virginia '-IQ 1 F, 4 1 J XL 1,3 m' 1 vv ' il .PW 5 5 ""' ig 1' 'il iii? i55y1.f' Kffidlf x X KLCHM N0 H 1, 'Q Q, li . . . , "V1rg1n1a ' iigiyg gee Clean Sleeve ii , Q Q3 OR four ears he has been with us but not of us. A most unfor- V Q tunate incident-for all concerned-led, in the early days, to an es- trangement which has never been entirely overcomeg Smith has we -:,.lz,7, wi? ly 5-TQ Era W . 4 -" w . 2qnm's', ' Q 41 41:55 ali , W-.125-teas 4 - 1, sy gan Y W 'Ze if M EGM? E 4 4, E A 5 N l if 4? X 5+ 2.1 v 5 K c in Q .. :ef s 5.1 . 5 f .AL 5 f 2 ay? ga? 1 if M- gi- -' 7 495 l' iii? Lk :bf rg: JGAI' Ns ' 0 had need to pay constant to the task has tended to keep him apart from those of us who while away the merry hours with no end in view but friendship. The fate of class standing deprived him of the cadet rank to which, by the practice of former years, his cruise efficiency en- titled him. Classmate, when we meet in future years may our relations be happier, and with mutual under- standing. devotion to the god of 2.5, and his consecration 159 yi i x, ' X A Us A3 f'-in M' ' 4 , ., ,d m W, ,, W ali is l My 5 Q 1 I .gi 1 e g fb? K l 3 c it .Xl A ,T V, fi ,W ,V , v N4 nw , .., .l ' .fja Erjyij egg, F' l Lil, ,H ' gf, 3 2, PT .A ' 'N Wm 4 , -MM .A-W-st ae.. .- ,, V 1 V, I M 1 g V, ,, W .--f- -, ' n'w:fk,gl,M., lg, -. h .V ,je nzmfsp-W,:.,,l.L,i,q fs., g V ,uk g, X ,A 144.-'f ,JN if X D V 1 I '19 lbw.. U s if!!-3 ,,, ii ' J XVJYJTT 13.12 2 J as -Gs- xi' , C L. 0, 'YB .1 '4 in v z ,, V l r l it ff 5 gf' . A , 'gif fr 3 fa -. YQ ,J fiififg ff if- K :J r 1, ,iff1x,i'i?bx , , 4 .3 3, Q 3 td fi iBauI Qtlgtuitus Stencils Dover, Delaware nm, Wm., Fu N "fi Farewell Ball Committee, Choir, Mas- queraders, Clean Sleeve 66 A" is one of those rare human beingssoriginal men. In fact, he is 50 original that his stunts have been known to astonish even those who think they know him perfectly. Pa hates to see a man "fol- the crowd" with no reason for doing so. He insists upon "going to bed" and "getting up," instead of "turning in" and "turning out"-and always "gangs his ain gait." There are two familiar pictures of Pa-one in which he is ambling slowly along, with his hands behind his back, head down and shoulders stoopedg and the other a Masquer- aders or choir scene, in which Pa, with his head cocked on one side like an intelligent canary bird, and mouth open wide, is charming his listeners with the sad, sweet tones of his melodious baritone voice. Pa writes one letter every day, and says that the R. F. D. carrier won't leave the postoflice without it. Such constancy can have but one re- sult. Coming to us from Yale, Paul brought with him the spirit of bull- dog tenacity: to this he has added the goat's determination: and the re- sult is a character good for all l weathers. low l6O fi. -'J i'l ' 1 , ,lx i X l J w 1 f ,vw 1 it l 1 , i , .. 2' J if s . if Y l lik' ff JN l :ij I gah l el 5 .fe 2.4 I , w 1 gif 1, Ml li ' in U if g g We ,aw 6149! ,mv 'ij' -Qffg i l' li 1 . WE L f f Nl l 1 fl f A l I ii- l 1 ,L at ' 'i , V 115. , l V li tail it ,V ,ip ,gulf L vii FQ lil ' s f X another to see him happy. When navigation 'vi jc! Q' ,f .1 W5 Q31 'f' xi W Q, Ri opens on the Severn and the four-oared shell y srzi 'PS 9 the impression of a quiet, home-loving man, and r.. .-5.1 -N! L .. -s 5 C X-Tl, BEE' I . ' V , t -'-'Sofia - 6121535 13.5512 tiEfE'EZn ci.TL1311.w -Q.f1EffLYf'I:1'7lE.Q"f5'EIJ -fic vf-,--,vi fJ7 's'2?-"tif" K--1-J' V' Q WAV" Y- iee- ' X Elnmes ilaale Strung V 1 "QR , '4 539 ,vi is ' ' Westfield, Massachusetts .."'f' - 'A - A X X ' wx 'S ...N ga N4 ,tix - X X ffm X 'I x sf' ' l 1 I y .4 ti-iff A h 1' 1 : 3 S J 5 N 1 ri, ti S l i lil :lit Eli lil mf, "Salome" "Jim" xi E Football Numerals, Crew Numerals, Manager Crew, Buzzard-Clean Sleeve ' BUXOM, apple-checked, clinker-built man from Massachusetts is I Salome. CThe name, by the way, is ill deserved, as our Jim does 6 D not possess the graceful lines commonly attributed to the Biblical ' toe dancer.j When Salome chooses to rhino, everyone else quits and lis- I , tens to him. With plenty of data at hand, ranging from his initiation into , Beta Sigma Can understudy of the Boy Scoutsj to his Second Class Cruise on the Massy, he can ' tell you facts that will make your head swim ' with the injustice of it all. After a period of deep research, Jim formulated the theory that "She's a madhouse !" But if it's a treat to hear him rhino, it's . , ss ' ' J 3 Q ., if 1 ,qw g ,pi if takes water, then Salome breaks away from the wx va- ,YY glooms and wears a smile that won't come off. Then it is that the sun shines twice as brightly and the birds sing twice as sweetly out of sheer ii joy that Strong is happy again. At times he gives if S we begin to fear that he is lost to us. Wherever he goes, here's good luck to him! 161 ,-f" "x- fs? Q JA L si Q .ffg ifl 13 ' gr, ,, Svl W, ,-4 V. fl in 'Q 55 I , i 23 . li? t is Q f :Life C H,m,gg, ,Hes . aiwfrsrfff .--.. iff " gg so L, H dityrniciissgi A tl '1!3'EQ?l, - lieu Ziaetnlett Efbehauh New York City if J rvrmyg fu., f " ' , 52-'LQ ' QM ,lla 1 pd? 1 f y "ThEb" "Corbeau" 2 V E uBudaa r Chairman Christmas Card Committee, it 5' .Qi Buzzard ' ldv? 5 If ,Nl ' T? if GOOD man. He has executive ability, a large supply of common . Q? sense, and plenty of blarney: yet in his studies he so wooden that QU it took Brigade Order No. 46 to pull him through his Second Class 'x ,na Semi-ans. Give him anything but a problem to do, and he will do it and do t ,5 it well: give him a prob, and if he does it at all it's as likely as not that N he'll do it wrong. He is liked by everyone who comes in contact with him, x from the .officers-in-charge to the plebes. A natural, Chesteriieldian po- fa ,, fl liteness never fails him. He has a great many loyal friends, and, for a fr man so worth while, very few enemies. 3 Thebaud's most striking peculiarity is his aversion for women, es- f pecially young and good looking ones. He gets on well enough with his classmates' mothers,but he bolts like , ,Q ,1 i yi Y' 223 ' l t -E451 , gb. NM. 33.8, all GQ? ir . if lf JE", 1 5 l .r J 4 it 332 its ll Q. a shot from his classmates' sisters. 3 Always neat and trim in appearance, y with a good brace and clothes that fit I Q . . , . ,, f fry ,Vs W, 5 him, few things make Theb happier 5 1 ' than to go to sea and let his whiskers A, ue. I 4 grow. He takes naturally to ship rrf if i:,, .V 1 life, and he has a knack of getting on f ' i l with men. In short, he possesses all CT the essentials to make him a good sea officer and congenial messmate. f V 162 W t X Q i sf i if 1 s 3 -. LN ' v Fwy I ali? ri' J :QMS M ff . . .-1, I, .1 . 1 .iw A. . ggi-Q qiy-qi smears www er-v':.f'fp rrfmffoyig i J ,WWe'..sL.. e gg' twat rye-'mt fifty new afmff was-ey Q57 .- L Ulerrp Zgretnster illihumpzinn Detroit, Michigan f i Ry Sy, .xx V N' x, 'S ,Ll s. , im-. viilq , , 4? F ' 'l ti, , J in i 5-5?+T"'fgk, g 'gb' 1- if? 4 '1" . .42 sw V , , t , . Q Q F3 tv? a fi .SA 5' iii? i iii it ea ea is is ei ug. 'sd' 'Y' Q ASS 8? D M. .M ., Muff ' ...V ,, a V -,ze iff iv it , , ,as .A -iw ' ' 'i ,. r ,sw .,. , t 4.565 :i ii fi ,gawk if A357 .ff 4.1,f .fsf.?" wr.. .w4u. .U .mx 'Rt I' ll D I , i ,w Q 'w N W s U I f . .:.,s-- .f:f:..-- - 1 t "Tommy" Buzzard Our Tommy a sailor would be, To roam o'er the ocean so free, And the gait you behold On this mariner bold Is a trochoid as salt as the sea. EXT to his love for the sea, Tommy's greatest delight is literature. G. A. Henty, Bertha M, Clay and the French novelists are his favorite authors. It was not until others of us were initiated into the mysteries of the French tongue that we became aware of his bloodthirsty and romantic nature. Tommy takes deservedly modest pride in having the most sea-going roll to be found outside of Nor- folkg he mourns the loss of the Old Navy. but is nevertheless an encyclopedia of the world's lighting ships-knows all the dimensions to the second deci- mal place. Terry seldom airs his learning, although he has a supply of ideas and general information which would surprise those who do not know him intimately. Thompson's athletic aspirations first fastened on fencing, but he later discovered that soccer is the best Thursday graft of them all. If a library squad were established he would be a charter member. His vehement expressions on official matters usually takes the form of "Sweet showers of sunshine!" He has passed the test of a true comrade-he will drag a brick for a friend or lend money to any needy classmate. l63 I w Sir ' r H fi ah Siva l -fmii' it S QU V2 ,X ff: r l' .l Nigjflf H ,gig Q55 Z it 6 2' Q i . rl' its gf 1 il .ii 'Q ,3 9 f S l il 5 ' lr' , gf M, I X Ng f 2 U lu,-A .e23"L!- ig, Mig tg A i My 6 ,fi it 1 Q, i ul 7 V59 if . 4 l M5 gl, f ffl . i 2 ii 5 i l .1 s 3 Hiya. ' A4 M, .4- 11 'fl - iff QA 17' J A ,tail E-'iv' i 1, 1-i:'4Y - LLSCFJ. iwlfiiiii : Q Q i M: 1 ffm + 1: ,v 14 N C ' i-Q , s , 1 ,f , ' it .' ,1. f9", 3' X Qamuel Sylvester Elburstun N C M lie isis! ' 'nfs gf "" V KE., j 4,4 fu.. A X ix 1 Tx 1 1 , .-i f"j-x, V v 1 r if 1' X. +1 ,C 1 'si ni H+ 's iw 32, gels: 'is .. rr Pali' lla f A i 9 dw ifggf if ,gf ' ' '1 lf., , . 5 'fi A ,, J -- J i Y - ' ffw fi 'fy E ,jlissl , ,Q l 1 l , , F i 1 f . f ' i 1 . 3 E l 9 , f l l X i ' 'l fr ,r V of Meadville, Pennsylvania 5 , ,ig , xr ,, " , 'Il , ' a 'll 1 l ?'k I 6 ts if . ' 'S E B V, . S :m ari Q '- -,-Y 1, 1 'Q' -vivfi ill 753 Wg vw- V 'KL-fHQQg,,9Hff Buzzard C the above honors should be added Weak Squad, Swimming Squad, Awkward Squad, Early Rising Squad, and Cross Country Squad. Sam's versatility as an athlete is thus proved beyond peradventure a doubt. Once upon a time, having passed the Second Class Semi-Ans in Math with his customary 2.51, he decided to celebrate by dragging to a l , hop, thus shattering his previously brilliant reputation as a Red Mike. To see Sam in silent meditation, with a look of heavy re- sponsibility clouding his stalwart features- to see the gravity of his countenance and the Fluted wrinkles on his elevated brow- you would be sure he must be pondering upon the Immortality of the Soul. In truth, he is wondering whether he likes ham or bacon better with his eggs. Youngster Year, along with Bobby and Maude, Sam made several pilgrimages to the Dutchman's in pursuit of the grape, but has otherwise led a blameless life Qalthough he took a prominent part Ain the Battle of the Hatpins on First Class Cruisej. Be- cause of his rare wit and a tenseless lan- guage, all his own, Sam never Hgures promi- nently in the bull fights, but he is good company in any crowd. 16+ QS by i J rs 'wi Q l wk W , W Q, r 'f ..,, 3 ,,. w9-f vig! mira? 1- " ' Q Ymm cv nz-3 av seam new QE 'IE Zulian igurtun Timberlake vi . Raleigh, North Carolina fl ,a .. 5 i iii ego 'E Q.. v 23 la - z-., ,Aa ix tg .pg ' 5222: ,Q i 5 'Q , Ni gli, T4 .- I I vkzjpgtw Is '54 ' X " ?.-:YZ C' i ii mimi i s ,WV 5- lf.'L.'.' ' ml' l llll ' gli'lllllllliillllllliilltlll E 'mi' ' if-ni ii G6Tim1? Baseball Numerals, Sharpshooter- Expert, Clean Sleeve IM is a square-jawed youth from the land of the long-leaf pineg he T has decided views on almost every conceivable subject, and is willing to air them whenever he can find audience. Being a fusser of note, he maneuvers on the principle that he who hesitates is lostg rumor has it that he last hesitated down in Raleigh, but the report has not been veriHed. Tim has a wonderful flow of language-on First Class Cruise his conversa- tional powers were the pride and wonder of the entire Jamestown colony. One fair lady was heard to remark that "Mr. Timberlake certainly has wonderful poise," which expresses it most euphoniously. We pass lightly over the episode of the class ring. The adventures of Tim and Cutes McKee have been the subject of many joyous reminiscences, par- l ticularly the Adventure of the Top Hat and Swagger Stick. Merry-hearted and likable i i i s ,i ,if fi lil li uv. A J i i i i M ,1- l i Qi l l 1, i4 1 .9 3? if L Tim is a polished gentleman who loves the South and likes the North, and his pleasing manners undoubtedly will bring him many friends, in whatever direction his steps may lead him. "Hey, old chum !" 165 if il, ,Q F ,M .Y 1 ,. ?. is E ,. A Lima M"'12t'i m1.s',ne.ai ei-mallffnzlrvfrmfs asa f"il!E'EP B ii Fifi 'l J 5. ff-5 tv E10 . M, 'sf J 4 .5 77 5. i ,"3 X, J r'4li':i91 ill XL- tj f' W3 i i f fi R, 'If' lfii1"i ffiii 71 . za, it tal ,z .115 , L Q' ,y X fo, 5 - ' 623' ,Q ,og 1' - Q YIM! .-fi '. 'vi A K. I. .4 fl ,., fa . 35 Li -' rf fl ' iz L 4,11 eq' iq .fha V 4 1. Q 1, it 3 WL in E+??5:i??l's ' U 'Ziff " tggvilgi 'W' Vx, 53 B,-Gigi ti,- ,Q 1' 'ri 1 5 5 's A --. arzmszzzs-mfaiiia 1!. 4 FN: :W my i, '75 fri- Vit W "'S"Lp,t.. 'A t GLR Eeurge itlilerrirk illiinhale Q 5 Annapolis, Maryland Q "Crab" "Tizzy" Football-.Baseball-Basketball Numer- it als, Buzzard-Clean Sleeve - kbs? X. 4 HEN is a crab not a crab? When his name is Tisdale. Our Crab is an Annapolitan by birth, residence and education, and yet he is one of the most cosmopolitan of our classmates. candidates can remember Merrick in knickerbockers-he certainly was a nice little Some of us who were prehistoric ' s s i l 5 B I I l I boy. And now this dashing midshipman can give most of us cards and spades and come out ahead in any game, from football to fuss- ing. Usually Tisdale is as good natured as the day is long, but when Junk perpetrates some especially indiscreet transgression the Crab calls him to account with a severity that is awe-inspiring to all who do not know that the stern mentor is merely peeved because he was left out of the fun, having been engaged in transgressions of his own. Tizzy has had his share of the ill luck that flourishes in the fertile soil of the Acad- emic reservation, but a matter of three months' restriction and various shorter periods of en- forced retirement have not caused him to rhino over-much. As for the loss of a buzzard, that was a god-send, giving him five minutes' extra sleep every morning and no taps inspection. Beneath his boyish will of his owng to the Discipline Dept., which go to make officer. exterior, this man has a his classmates, if not to are known those qualities an efficient and effective 166 Glbapman Cllulrman Giuhb, Bit. .. X' x f X Yr - X X xv 'J' Riff: kat ,pc .xaf I - 4 0 sm. r W 'Il xg :RARE s I wa W' 's 1+ Qs , . Q. e e li El li yi E B . Lexington, Kentucky g g Us 720:13 Merzud " 0 V 'r "Chap" "Caius Cassius" trician, First Petty Officer HIS long, lean, young sea-dog hails from the race horse and moonshine region. He has been steaming along at standard speed ever since he first donned "yellow service" way back in the days of the Old Navy. After weathering the first two years, leaving Dago and English behind, Chap "put her up a few turns" and should make port well up in the column. He is notorious for his unrivalled collection of gadgets, bum jokes, and original inventions. Cassius's love for gadgets borders on a passion, he has probably dissected more dead alarm clocks and blown out more fuses than any other young Edison now disguised as a mid- shipman. The peaceful E. M. F. of Bancroft Hall lives in deadly fear of his weird devices, that have so often caused it to spit, spark, sputter, and die away, plunging the whole corridor into darkness, But Chap is at his best when, feeling jocular, he cracks a few bum jokes or worse puns, just to keep , g things moving. His abil- ' ity to mind his own business has brought him many friends among those higher up, very few people in the class have brighter prospects out in the Service, and certainly none is better equipped to avail himself of them than is C. C. Todd. ,Q ' . x ""4-ss. -ri "D i d y o u u s e Todd's method?" 167 Track Numerals, Masqueraders' Elec- fi. i s , e g if i i nr Fa 5? E 5 f "ff, ' .8 c . in 'X Z1 W1 ml -A ,. DVA 6' A 'Q-r 441. nl .Q ' F 4 ' ' 1 ,Vp 1 " f1:"' .- yy x . i e I V, I t x i fn f l'f X J l lf il? ix if I KJV iz G :l ig, V 45' fr"5Q , 1-9,.e.i'g A.b,1i'?ig.1 afilgiamge - ,f T ,ga-im L W, rr' 11. fre? f Trtfgg it f Fl o 1 Q gh 3331133 'Until El? Seattle, Washington L -- - .u l gllnirffg Nlto-Q1 .. S ff H ll .Wu I mp' 1 ' Wally" "Wop" Wg Football N-2d, Football Numerals, Base- gi 5 im S Q l l ..,x.3.y. e g ,J 1 ef - , Y f ,1 W." 1, at 1 ff wwf fm my 1 fiifl f M M L I -,r 4 ' Q 1 1 4 5 4 ff'k t , 1 I l l ..l ti ball Numerals, Sharpshooter-Ex- pert, Chairman Class Pipe Com- mittee, Class Supper Com- ' mittee, Clean Sleeve E beg to present to you the inventor, patentee and sole owner of one three-cylinder, triple expansion, direct acting vocabulary, guaranteed to weather any fifteen-minute mental storm without a single repetition. Ad- mitting that Wallie has not the affectionate regard of the Plebe Class as a body, he certainly commands their entire respect and admiration. His face, hewn as rug- gedly as his own native Rockies, bespeaks the man of action, and action usually follows in his wake. Never a marvellous student, he has shown that a real man can come back and stay back by perseverance and work. I. Wallie has sound opinions on politics, and can back up his statements with vig- orous arguments. Until last September the Wop had been considered invulner- but an evil report has tails not yet known, present. To those who are , not favored with an intimate acquaintance with Ralph Vaill, we want to state that this bluff exterior and strenuous character cover a heart of gold. 4. 82' 2 I 168 able to Cupid's dart, ,F 1 M reached us. Full de- E 'Y but class ring still 5 1 1 'll ' ' fffixx, 'Q ' '- if 5' 1,1 7 5 ,gf . 3.5. l iw . ' fn: , 591 '56 ill: 4 'EW pw 'iffy ffm. jay WSP? Fil 'if ff W. 13.135 .lr Because he has persistently clung to the possibilities of a for- so I come to the end of his course, he I y if Tfsgztiaf ilkamsnn Eames Valentine t ' X Brooklyn, New York 3 "Rawson" "Vallingham,' Football Numerals, Clean Sleeve tion to these "palatial halls" consisted in an avalanche of ill-will from those above and a general lack of sympathy from those alongside, if you had received demerits for every offense enumerated in the Reg. Book, often on the slightest provocation, if you had found it necessary to struggle not only for a 2.5, but for the right to keep on strugglingg if to you had been displayed only the seamy side of this institution, so rich in direful possi- IF you had come to the Naval Academy and found that a cordial recep- f bilitiesg if, I ask, you had been , gg g gg-gggg ,W 1 under one continuous slant for l four long, weary years, would you li ,f if W, a s ,Zi 1 :sl 'ff -- ' W QQ:- have had the dogged determina- tion to stick to your ambition to n' become a naval officer, as this stout little man has done? . lorn hope, smiling at such of his troubles and misfortunes as were impossible to forget, because he has achieved his purpose and will deserve his diploma as one of those who have most toilingly earned it, and he will certainly be one of the happiest. 169 ":9?"'4,3f-- at 145255 7 I it iv il A ,1 , . 'rdf 1? 5 4 14 z 3 JJ a vtyi 5 dvd r 'CQ ' ff xi Q .y ,V 4 L 19,15 , ,if wg 5 45 ,ifji ff 34'z'gh J .F 13"- l Q 8 N.....1...fK, C. MTF- . "N," 't -f"'igS,-f' lo--if 'Nnf w,f 'cwgff rxmf .rw fl 'fx f"'f'xv .., 'N' jf , 1 +1 ' ' . 1 -i v . t . if - To f ff . 1. 31.16 f 'Y" f -E ' , 'LQ' V M . , , ,. . s ..,.. -H -. ..Q.,' . V' .-.QM ..QT"','f "'f'f'?f " 1"'-'Q' .1 vt ,f aw gf ,fx ,-ff. 1 . V. A A . cv.- x ,Leif .A -'..3cs-. .49 . I 51Wl'T:rf-'-f- 1 " Qlflrnp ileunarh lljanherklunt fi Q' ilqf- ls u.- i .-,3 .W 2 i r f- '5 lil I V5 Edu' elf f x if 3 Vol .l ffw FYI Y auf 6 ,gf 3 f.f'.,:.J' lr.-'P ij 5 r 1 , , I 1 'F "5 l , -A C C Chicago, Illinois 5"BM+1mfv o -162. -ff? -Z9M7J -Ach,-X ssvandyiv NROYH Captain Swimming Team, Football Num- erals, Class German Committee, Buzzard ANDY was first a Plebe long before most of us knew there was a Navy, but he bilged and decided that fresh water was his proper element. However, his true sailorman instincts brought him back, and he has stuck with us without a great deal of difficulty. Although he 5' ii: lf' .f , , f '. , ,fs W 1 S mfs x ggi, 'Q t., 1-X li., 7' E1 iii r, V .it I. I r 1 'm .,.'Z'.'. Q, UU i 4 ner, ,..., ?'1 ru m. LQKW. M 4 K.. 'A lvw ff. .3 EE in Un' wa? '1 E.: i t is 5 a ti QV ? i s .4 r 0 , .,l L ' Yi? l hails from the Windy City, he is a regular round-faced, wooden-shoe Dutch- man, and proud of it. He is one of our champion loafers, and considering the num- ' ber of study periods he sleeps through, it's ,,,, a seventh wonder that he gets by at all. He "itil was always too lazy for strenuous athletics, X until he was elected captain of the swimming team: now he lives in the tank, and furnishes H energy plus to develop his proteges as record breakers. The way Vandy handles a sail boat would delight the heart of an old-timer, for he is a born sailor. At the hops Roy makes even Cassard jealous. He is a "dream of a dancer," and all the fair ones fall for his marcel wave. Vandy is a mighty efficient man when he gets 'i'l 5 a job that interests himg he can get away with most anything, and we expect him to make good with a vengeance. "Just make me comfortable, hearty." 170 J ,-T ' W-fxf xr xa-f3f""'h '-Nfrwxrqxfxrxf Nz""""'tn iiiaarulh Qllhzunhirlain Watflialgab 1,., 1,1 1 1 I ' 4 -Q1 4.- , ,W 'N'- " 'Z -+1 Y-C -.. t. rx g,. ' "fm F ' .. "TB f 'lift .., " , 'i .. fi ' tc: ' C? ,f'i:"?f?i'-1335? Q-'-f..7W-' L fi . ' "- 'fifl .... ' 'f,+f EFT !3,ir,-mTS2'gff7'f " P' I .1 " .,. ' uf X.. .L 7 s N f ' f X 1 X.. fs KQV 1 ' tj . i Wm :Q I 1 I 0 gi' L' F ki' ' . F gb! W i s ' a- f 1 i 1 1, '-3' Bloomington, Indiana gn J ff A , , lg 5 fjfj Q5 P L 5 kiji 4 i f .ix ii W i .fel g"fiffl "Pete" "Woolsey" Nils ex-at iii, Manager Baseball Team, Lucky Bag Staff, Class Pipe Committee, Fare- well Eall Committee, Three Stripes gt . i s HE Lord must have made Pete on the Sixth Day, for He certainly C' l ig vi Yi iff' 225.4 532 'D B? 4 fc 5 3 . Q rated a rest after such a wonderful task. In this little Dutchman we Find the rare combination of a Winning manner, which at once turns casual acquaintance into warm friendship, and a happy disposition that sees only the bright side of everything. No cloud has yet been black enough to hide its silver lining from Pete. His brain, which was the delight of Woolsey Senior, can absorb kowledge by merely being in the same room with a standard U. S. N. A. 55,000 bookshelf, and he has never been known to bone. He and Lem took care of each other for three years, and laughed themselves fat. And the ladies-well, they think he's just too sweet for anything. But Woolsey smiled and kept them all guessing for three years, then bought a miniature. Pete Wears his stripes deservedly and without allowing their weight to disturb the equilibrium of his level head. He believes firmly in his friends, and thinks them the best people on earth, as they usu- ally are. His habit of making good wherever he's put insures his success in the great After- which time We wards, during shall look back with pleasure on Academy days spent in associa- 1'- iz" 61-,l i iQ kfwlf il , lt, E ' .4 3 4 all l if it t- if 242 -llv r l -'19 il z Na we 2 EW 4, i 'Z 1. wx Eg? WE ,gi ' fla- w 3 4 Jr- .s., ' f' s iii 1 if ' Zigi' " ' 02:52 794 l X Q S o tion with this loyal, unsellish little man. "Let's go and crown the Goat." 'sf- 171 r V, ,f"" X ,NRA H' f fsigffyii. -1- if f . if-is -- - . 4---fx ss mmm. FSF . ff wh Wei- f"F3l A- .. :4-...H ,Qt f :Aff - ,, f 'lffijff' Tj iiQQi,,f' 5515 'iigigi W et A A ' e . will . iq" Taste - pg iliegmalh buhnep laugh ll enable gg My 5 i gi N 'Ag' San Francisco, California J , fiyt , . 1 ixyx 5?6RfcGsnrz7!iC8f40D ' '-'Ii R . 58:1 , X ffflf, A Goo D Opsmrwf 'se l-fi K W . 52 fy "Reggie" 5 B Lacrosse Numerals, Buzzard .445 dw, fi FTER two years at Stanford U. in the land of his adoption, Reggie forsook the delights of his beloved California for a life on the ocean G 5 fl U35 s, f. - 1 '1 ,. ,.J ,. I ., 1 . L. 4 Z 'L ' 13 1 D X ,W .ug i wave. He is savvy enough to get pl . along with a minimum amount of boningg he was a typhoid bug and missed three months of Youngster Year, yet raised his class standing on the delayed exams. A leading characteristic is his fondness for conversation in general and argument in particular. Plebe Year he talked more in section than most First Classmen dare to. He is continually scheming to slip one over on somebody, and incidentally has the habit of looking out for R. S. H. V. Out of the 700-odd D's he has to his credit, he has only once failed to put in a convincing GD state- ment: on that occasion he didn't know he was on the pap. In spite of the statements. he spends most of his time on the grade. He likes a good time and enjoys his jokes better than does anyone else. Reggie is happiest when Working a graftg for that rea- son he joined the lacrosse squad, and sur- prised himself by getting numerals. May his happiness last as long as his name. 172 ig- ,- 5.V w 1 ',"':'A 'h f . JJ.. . JJ I -5:-. ... hgzjg-i V732 itll i-L1 P 1" ig L Q ji! I 1.1 lvl r.-X' V . . 1 if . 55514: 151' ' 1 5, if all .. t :ef-' -i .2151 . vfiiif' i f. ,.. .1 'fA,,,.... :au lgrf' gn' 'iikibly ill ' g 5 5.E?I7'5 mmm ty,..,g '."..:gffi' "fE'iZ'4 .4 lil all .4 Si El E5 E5 ll li l l . . fl '1 K' ,t rs' we af Ng. 2' 2 f Ya li f ' . .. l. v, 7, ns r, ,. N Q-if A , Y ff: ' A-in fi 5122 W3 f . 55:3 f l QW, 54? A ff Q ig, , ,Y'?'.f' W, , kenneth Reuben Bansnm Eallare La Grange, Illinois 'K n VVQ, ,. V 2.1:-..1. .adm ,..r.4A. A K. -M., ,:.., . -L 572 - 151+ ,. T- 1, .i,, fur V ,Q-tgp - Q53 Yggjalir' vqyjgjgxf w1 ! Q35 J '-x 'J' X ,X .- + A A 59' rl 1 : r io N ELQXUJ ,WV-. r M531-fs' cg I AL, F- NEVER 150,112 VVHEN Y CAN Rs. D S .5 Q Baseball Numerals, Basketball Numerals, Buzzard R.R. learned to play baseball on the vacant lots of the Chicago , suburbs, where the game is on its native heath, and the class team is indebted to his early training for one of its most reliable players. When the weather gets too cold for the ball tossers, Wallace keeps in training by aiding the championship inter-class basketball team on to victory. He has disappointed us by not living up to his three- decker name-he is so quiet you can almost hear him think. He doesn't bone very consistently, but is savvy enough to stay sat without it. Wal- lace and Billy Masek have been a happy pairg both are good providers, and there is always something to eat to be found on the premises. When Bill gets excited and talks Bohem- ian, Wallace is just as kind-hearted and sympathetic as if he understood it all. This classmate is a good fellow, who knows how to combine soft- spoken eloquence with sound com- mon sense. r inf it 173 L.. 6 at 1. 21,1 - if 1' T jgggQ.g3r,gf1f1.: ,:sHgi2g,41:r ,lf-T61 ,YL girsmig jezggaf jg, ELC? , , X f f3i7 .f'Qggitff' .A A ' Qiffigzrgffgfmf "' .4 X" 'E fig' Q' Qrtbur Stuart waltnn Berkeley, California il .. ,A i t ' 'ftif'2ib" fi-wfeif-5 it K 1 L W 3 K lj ' . U l la lf, X THE E kg 'J HD 99 us sy K it oc avvy "IZaak" ,Vi , ii,,L Assistant Cheer Leader, Lucky Bag M, Staff, Chief Oil-Burner's Mate, 133,25 Buzzard ,g tag a n tip. HIS curly-haired, likable, sea-going Westerner came to us after a year of QQ hard luck in company with our predecessors, and he has been so much one l' of us that we claim him for 1913 alone. With his infallible good temper, , cheery friendship, and spontaneous blarney, Doc's presence is ever welcome. Q On Second Class Cruise, in his official capacity as an Oil Burner, he organized the famous Rhino Choir which daily furnished dismal harmony on the Massachusetts ,fi port verandah. Doc has a Huent, vigorous command of the English language, -'Qs r ,Q enlarged by familiarity with the classics, and used to good advantage in this Lucky Bag. He is at his best when explaining with personal details, why he is not on Hrst grade. 3, a f . V: 5. 53 ' iff liivigf' ' 91 Doc began the season as 5, f',- an able first luff to Gillette, 57? the Cheer Leader, but he ran foul of the Discipline Dept., and we were de- il 1 prived of his active servicesg .- , many of the new songs and i yells are to be attributed to V 4 his pen. His speech to the i , Brigade on the eve of the H Army Game was a master- l . , piece. When, with Heiny I ,. ,L and Ham, he steps over the 2 gangway of a Pullman, . bound for the Golden Gate, F ,A , K . . Doc is gloriously happy, we , 1115? t ' 1 A3-ft K A ag. i Kills 3 QM 2' 45' ' ,sf ,vue , 'Q' s-5 Ning, W glib l 57 M51 ' Q gg J . AQ bl .-if 'Q 'x Q 1. :agp , .La-tl. ,- 'f ' 1 35-'-ttf ' Mgigr U' W t W 1 9, W 4' ,ix if ,-A . leave him to explain why he ,V . requests a billet on the East 1 Coast. cog! "Hello, Central! Hello! Is this Richmond?" 174: 5? X .W k g' ' ' 'fx " ' into o Q Q ' fdlullen ilaenerp Tllfihlant 'W ' ls" X' 2' Homer, Illinois fi 'N ,4 f 7h'g.5F.,.1" if iff' 1 ffrffn -N .. fa 1 X .a -3 ' J ' f Y Q3 M .lf fp ' 'rcjgy vi""'7 kf'T3L7 iii 1-QU :Qian-,v tl.-7 NLIITQFY XYLTII I ' fl 1 f X iff! 'I .1 g -i .gi i 'gji I Y 1 sc " 3. ks: 4' fi N ' -A f rt 'H UE? Q. S3 . V sm SLUVOR Dfsfnf? ,B 5 Ai, Mm QQ aa, Dx -1' ig Phvx ZEMf7Jno' - z Q53 ii T "Pinky" Ei .ig '24 iq' E24 ,L 1 Rifle Team RNT, Sharpshooter-Expert, Lucky Bag Staff, Two Stripes I ' INCE the doctor tells us that red-haired men are immune from sun- ' stroke, we feel sure that this blaze of glory will be struck by light- ning: for it is impossible that one so attractive to the fair sex should escape the attention of the gods. He is the one portly exception to the axiom, "Nobody loves a fat man." When Pinky entered the examiners scared him by suggesting that the puny boy might be under weight, and he has since seized every available opportunity to make himself a ' living refutation of the charge. His clothes have ' s. to be made with India rubber seams, and all the ' furniture in his "suite with bath" has been rein- forced. The growth of his brains has kept pace with that of his body, and now he has so many that his eyes pop out. Only the Pink One's 4.25 brilliant memory and painstaking sketches have prevented Woodside from bilging the entire nth 4 Section. When you next meet him, Want will be one of the young married set, so please excuse him if he lapses into dreamy silence. flt seemed un- natural at first, but we are getting used to it.j 3 "1 You can always tell when he's around by the . ,.....1 Q tinkle of the fathom of date plates made fast to e-'A Q his rifle medal. There is more to be told of our auburn hero, but as the Greeks would say-let Homer sing his praise. - 175 fs' X , X ' N' - Y l a1V Tf.y4!'f ,, -f kx, ffm, 'f-A ew- ff' 1.i,f .ff 4:1 I .. -V vas- 3, . gum, .u.a,..f ...MM --df:--V --- 'MMS XLR f fl ' i , t , ,. X ' .1 Ml" . Blames Barb-Webb E af A Washington, D. C. 53.4. 53 . '21 Vi 'fi fr w v. I 5' 'hi 1 , .1 1 i X , if Q! - ff! i -.4 . ,La Y ,av .5 5 'jZLJ?v- A D ,i 3 . 'Til ,. eg all M 5 galil . :f,12fP' 155 x. E 5-ff., X duff. 7 M27 M, f ,il .4 A.-,ff J w 1 ,.', l l ifflt if . .Ji ' Q1',Q'v O 0 V . ,v ev . sl not ggJimmy79 UMa'-101,97 Clean Sleeve-Buzzard S a Figure in the military world, probably no other man in the class is so renowned as Jimmy. For who else can claim the honor of having attained the rank of Major? The name of Webb is written large in the history of the Washington High School Regrets. The Major has spent a large share of his time at the U.S.N.A. in living on his reputa- tion: he has been known to bone oc- casionally, but only when on the lee side of a 2.5. Anything that may be proposed will find jimmy ready for business, particularly if it sounds like a big liberty. I-le has qualified for a pink N, and is one of the most grace- ful athletes who appear at the hops: in his opinion, a larger percentage of the young officers who have re- cently graduated should be sent out to China. , As a friend and good fellow, there is no one better than Jimmy: he adapts himself to any company, and the more you know of him the better you like him. 176 1215. Q is -2 1 2 Q . 5 G it 5 ll ' . .... ggi, E we ,., .4 I 3" x i V' 4 ., .f I, .fu 24: 'tye 4 iff if fgf., i . ,T 5 it cl 2 1 .al t ff iii: fl Aliff, - , 'Q is 11.6 1 CX. I QQ lg Q.: ,1 I bf ,Jr li f laugh llztcbnzr white fi, xi, aim FJ l l i L ',' 'M x 2 iii tw ve . Q A e g i QW e a ea as Manchester Kentucky YT" "Admiral" Wrestling Champion-Bantam-weight, Sharpshooter-Expert, First Petty Officer-One Stripe 'D Y N IELL, I'1l be ding-donged!', and the Admiral backs off into a corner, as is his wont. For, like a true Kentuckian, he never allows you to get behind him, except in studies-there he shows his heels to many of us. A good scrapper, clever on the mat, and a crack shot, he has the drop on a good many husky classmates. Paul Hen- dren has tried hard to pierce the Admiral's armor plate with his ogival-headed wit, but somehow a joke doesn't percolate in less than twenty-four hours. But when it does-- The Admiral has cultivated fussing habits and a pompadour simultaneously, and each Sunday morning Finds the chapel entrance adorned with his bright smile. One of the easiest things he does is to jump from 1st P.O. to One Striper-his record time is 24 days. If all mountaineers make as good fn, z 5 'im x"'7 ff. 'ff in 1 ef ., 1.13, , V: Vp: . -.ijgfgf -Q sailormen as does the Admiral, we recommend that a recruiting off-ice be established in Man- chester. 177' in 5 ,f e l E l ll 5, 1 , a w , . lf 5 M 414 fig v Y 1 ., Q v X Z ,ig if ,bf WV , M ie, '11 W "' K 'i ni l 45 f I 4 . ,. qw ., , maxi. . 1 5252 -593' if 1345 eww .ks :f "f'9:"790' .1 c,. 273' 4'- ' s sq., - X - .f. ., . , 3 ,x g . H l J fb ,fs ,fi ef. X , ,. - -EQBK Q., L., x-..,' st.n-f K,....f: - x.,..,,' -,Mx x, t,,,1,y xsrtmzv Q.QErc:,,,'7 eazifasy av are 1 A Qiaurente Tllfllillh ws + i t MZ A rf' Wilber, Nebraska ,fl ' ails ' "l X lt' - J i, ec ffffff '- - i ii' x lag? Q 4 i Q 1. H it all 56 77 if 97 ' 4 jasper Oscar Qui.-l Us QQ? Captain Basketball Team, N and BNB ,fini Track N-2d, Track Numerals, Gen- ig f,',L3 ...- eral Excellence Medal, Class Ger- V man Committee, First Petty Officer-One Stripe ical, . , . . N his particular branches of sport, Wild is the best all-round athlete in the Academy. A fast, reliable sprinter, he has missed the track N only because of Lee Carey's record of 9 4-5 seconds, ill . . . . ,V Q, and by misfortune in the bunching of the points he has V , Won. jasper has run the hundred in 10 seconds Hat, I 2 73 fa . - -- and beaten the champion to do it-proof sufficient of W - ' ' A' B ' his speed. In basketball he is a star, and has captained r , gf 3 the best team the Academy ever put on the courts. a 'WIN K 1' A 1 Y T E .A l Y ' But not only in athletics does jasper excel: f Q 2 . i 7 2 f 5 he IS remarkably good to look upon, and he does V i N 'jj l , l 1 i the ladies a great 1nJust1ce by concentrating his ,tl j Xigifjkg Y 1 I ik ,,,,,,f:m! pi, i attentions. His skill as a cherry picker is Well D 1 4 . . I 1 a 4' e aa: M g A ,ll known. Wild 1S savvy enough to ,hold a good Q- 'e t- - J place and enjoy life as well, and he is perfectly L , b i J non-greasy. May all good things be yours, jasper, l '? it Q3 for you rate a high place in the hearts of your , J X , c classmates. . ..' 1 178 . , W, W... , W 5' fa Q? I fi AAf. - M fm .f .- a el te i :7s'5'i at Bop Eeifersnn wilson .gm , ,515 4-x 'Se 1-nf -w i if , ,... .h...,X ,Me If x X KA' .4 '9 Q . , 1 XG? . g 4m'L""'3v" Q, Gi l 1 A f .W . 'A vis fi' a fi si J, -1 5 5 ji Z Guntown, Mississippi Vg .6 f-fi " fa C g 1' 432.1 , ,, J Gufvro WN-I "Willie" at W5 135 KJ fi 3? Lucky Bag Staff, Three Stripes i . JE :fm Qi? ? it gl 3 i EAR Reader: Neither this page nor this book is large enough to . tell the wholeheartedness of Willie. If you want to know a fel- low who is always ready to lend a glad, helping hand when you're 5. H' 'J' na 2 O P-1 rn H' O Ph 91 EQ 0 C-' f-'T Z4 UQ rn PP to n .D C'- nn .... IJ PP rn D- E. rf 23" FU F II' no PP D" ro '-s 5. H- 5' rn o F11 ID un ua I fri ' ' A room, on the drill field, or fussing, Willie is the steadiest and most con- sistent midshiprnan we know. ' 5, , After a couple of years spent in the pursuit of an . , 1, ,M s. ...ez W. ...Q . av. 171:11-'Na "" - ' x .f 4 ,.,, -msn fe ' 'SWR F55 ' r f V -5.1 i 56: 1 vi L' f 2' efffm, S' ,. ,X Q W F?"-v-r.f':.w, ...Va , ,.-.4-.5 if . Q-W... 2559- . 2, 39,5 4 -11.2. fr ..., A , electrical engineer's diploma at Mississippi A. 8: M., 'f he decided that the ocean currents were his natural QQ, V . W " . element, and forthwith joined the Navy. At present he Q if ' Chevy Chase and the Pacific Ocean. Q , Roy is one of the peaceful by-products of Gun- town, and never ashamed to admit it. He s a man of quiet demeanor and firm and abiding principles, and Vzji Y zgfsfr 1 Wray if ig 9' I Vg 92532 rt ,izgfiff ' rc 4 4: V5 In H .f 'i ,G 3 .. , ' Q f I la fig... if 'Squash Wi is-if l .ggi his kindly, positive manner is one that no one can help ' but like. "I can't come over there !" .1-M .. is up amongst the saviors, and is the beloved Three A Striper of the Third Company. Willie has fallen in love several times during his Academic career, but where his heart is we know not-somewhere between 'Wil W Iv :Wy E, V- if: ,fe . f" ..s sfd rvgzs Lfzigii- mm i 4 4-iff' , ' i W' M E Q im W W W W' T 3' a sw if N 1 i Qllarke Zliltlltbers ia 975 2 A New York City t ' A KE - ,-Q , K A f"""" " r- J' Q ,-5 'Q AI 0 Y' if" ftp e Q I it iii 5 i , 1 WW J - s F7 , is 'lbw' iq ,E :K V I., fini-, "Wee wee" f-swift" 1, -Li lib F , 'x p 12, Lacrosse Numerals, Sharpshooter-Ex- pert, Buzzard i Q MAN who will stand by his friends and his beliefs to the last ditch. He Q, is perfectly self-confident-his enemies call it conceit-and he is somewhat a s e a J V I . , ,z ., I 'I 47 1 1 4 4 N ! ii? ,Q it , 4 . ri? mb .M 224111 iff? f.. inf rp . ? ,Q i ni '5 2 24,1 jiiffj' gli! :Girl 7- 'f :ffl ' 3 ffl ' 3 2.-kz, l 1. i.,-5!,'y 13' ,, 'rw tu ly' ttf' ff .,l 34,21 if l al 1: of a snob, but if you're in more to get you out. Clarke hasn't the happy knack which brings wide popularity, and like all men who are worth their salt, he has his enemies. But at the same time he has fast friends. A sharp tongue and a hot temper, combined with a pretty keen eye for the failings of humanity, have not conduced to the geniality which so often characterizes the good-natured but worthless man. In his studies Wee Wee is fairly savvyg he has a good bluff, but an aversion for boning. A taste for fiction and letter writing have kept him from standing much above the middle of the class. Aside from the time he spends motoring in the metropo- lis, he is happiest when twirling the wheel of the Argo as she glides down the bay. Whether you like him or not, Withers is a man who will count for something wherever he may be. a tight hole there are very few men who will do t.,..,:v-H'-"' ' ,,,.-M 1, 1, ,X .vi A v 'GWR -Q ,, S ., Ts ,, 'e . l v fir i 4' 'Q Q X fn cf gigs? F . Q .iff y ' . ,Q X l8O H? 53. at 32? ,556 mg? t, EW A if? wifi " sit? 4 i5'3'3f i K if 3, -t on-so :is-X ' i ' 2 J l 'if f 5 it 36 've V ,, Ms i if 0, ta X 'fs v its 1' Q I george Uflhlbeelrr walt 1 Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Q .3 . -if ifv'-'- .. .J . I ' -psp,-, X5 fl - Aga- Ar i Vi -ta :Fl if 3? 72 at a 1-.1 ill E B E 3 E B 4 s. 4 E 5 Q Q .N 12.5 Q. .,::Q..1- w,- J ,..,a,.,,.ks..,,. ken- 5- .. 'saw-. pf., at s-was - ew.:-V. 'George" Two Stripes -Clean Sleeve IRST Class Year, when the reins of discipline were tautened, and there were inaugurated such innovations as the prison-ship, extra duty on Saturdays, and fewer D's to hit the grade, George was one of the early victims. Having been innocent bystanders during an un- fortunate incident, he and the Alien were sentenced to sixty days in the White House-sixty days of the best part of the best year, including the Army Game, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's. In spite of the fact that he lived three years with a Milwaukee Dutchman, We George still refuses the amber Huid. He V taste Muenschner, and-will you believe it?-turned it down. He is fairly savvy, and with judicious use of study hours has kept well up in the class. George is a hard worker-reliable, quiet, conscien- A tious. Occasionally he has visions of bliss which make him rhino on the Navy as a place for a "home-loving man." These spells are especially noticeable on the days when those blue-tinted letters arrive, and are so promptly answered. He is not a fusser, but "there's a reason." "I'rn in love, and I'm proud of it." - 181 T . a Y did get up sufficient courage in Berlin to ,sf A E: .1 f 2 Q E get . f -Ja ls, .4 1 l 1' is -' V 5 gil 'J ,Vx L Z ,v 1 K YV V ar' lm! 1 a QW' EW f f, 7 Q J E. f 'I J if b , , IV jj ' , if t Xtra ff sz .tw np. , 32 I X Q, S Q J 1 I 7 - X, 132 rr :J x -1 H E1 s '.-'f'Q,l' Wiiif' Hal '-. . U l .. ,..,,.l-1.f 'rfa...'2w.aw-ff 'Walznnne Zflitvlunh HKS. St. Louis, Missouri f Y. m4alN Eilili' Kimi A H are f in "' t Q , riff? Crew N, Crew Numerals, Track Nu- 1 I merals, Farewell Ball Committee, , wig' T 'j Clean Sleeve-Buzzard 1' ' HE? zwl . fiil, I fi ii HE subject of conversation is a tall, handsome youth with a sweet . smile that never comes off except when he's kidding you. He al- Q, always says the thing you don't expect, and you r never know when he is serious. He is an enigma to all his x intimates, and a friend to everyone who is immune to his it . witticisms, for he is pre-eminently a herder of the goats. A A. C , 'l ift of ersonal ma netism makes V. as o ular at the ho s Y g .p . .p P g , as he is in Smoke Hall. Added to this, he has a faculty l. fqwd' L.. .,., , for telling wild tales of adventure that leave you wondering whether he is the original Hairbreadth Harry, or the re- , Q incarnation of Baron Munchausen. ggi f Wood has no particular aptitude for section-room M-,.,: 9 l"' F l honors, but he handles a beautiful bluff very skilfully. E . A The advantages to be derived therefrom are, however, largely offset by his delight in running the prof. He is f l a Star member of that nth Section which is guaranteed to get on any prof's nerves-the Dagoes are especially 2 l ' their lawful prey. i U V. is perfectly at home aboard ship, stays cheerful and 3 keeps on the job-a mighty good man to be shipmates 3' ,g,. with. l Q. l 182 N, Eh? ', ' . iff? 51 l .3 iiyxxi 3 'srl ' 'F . .,, X., F333 A 3- :if ,, ,-W 3-YM bl 'ei '41 iff!-'." H0 i lsr 'ff-N M2241 T- 5132 :wif 1,36 rt, 1 36 ajihgl 51:11 Jwjl, " fdifz- idk? lzf' -,2gQfa:115,,,q,,qQr 'fd 1' we Q39 ,U CEEImer 'flee manhattan St. Joseph, Missouri ' fT9Tf?E4LfI a Mio fix -Eh-. tw :- GAG "Woody" "Where Away" "Langworthy" Rifle Team Brown N, Sharpshooter-Ex- pert, Lacrosse Numerals, Secretary- Vice President Y. M. C. A., Stage Manager Masqueraders, Choirt Star 2-1, Three Stripes U IR, this chalk is so coarse that I can't make the sketch just as it is in the book." Thus Woody in the section-room, but on the way to recitation he always gives a complete resume of the les- son for the benefit of the otherwise unfortunate tailenders. For two years he missed a star by a hairsbreadth, and when it came he clinched it to stay. In the choir he carefully trained a melodious voice that is now the pride of the 8th Company, and th'e envy of all other three stripers. Al- though Woody is without doubt the best rilie shot in the Academy at present, he is deprived of his honors by the shooting. He won his spurs 'at Camp Perry in 1910, and when as a Second Classman he made his lirst cruise, his original deep-sea methods furnished amusement for the whole ship, and his goat became the official mascot. It goes without saying that such a comely, pink-cheeked cadet officer is pop- ular with the ladies. Elmer Lee is a thoroughly capable rnan, imbued with high principlesg to his acquaintances he is a jovial companion, to his friends a big-hearted comrade. unfortunate deafness caused by "Sir, I report that I almost sighted a sail." i i 183 IZTEQEJJ ' 'i7 P'AN Vf ' 'TW i W M s 1, 1 4153 'iff' ly 'Et tiff . ., , V it i Jffu we 4' a gf A X. . J 5-Egg, gl G 3 L3 l ,I r, , ,1.'t!f3.' 'A Lv ' esi1 s i paradise. A more genial, eg -A ff wr gf Y at t .I Tifilillllam 'filuph wright .0-. ,...sN '3..'i5lxtSf5-.g k J i i i i -I in X? ' i W 'W N V ' 'Q vi. 6 9 ' I , 1 n -ts B Pittsheld, Massachusetts 4CDO11y19 "Wrightbaum" A 1 J Lightweight Boxing Champion, Lucky lL Bag Staff, Buzzard 1 a e 5 T' I EXT to Chub Austin, Doll Wright is undoubtedly one of the best 1 natured men who ever lived, and also-next to Chub-one of the . I laziest. Their life together has been as near an approach to bliss as is possible aboard the U.S.S. Bancroft Hall. The Wrightbaum is blessed with a keen sense of humor-so keen, in fact, that he can even appreciate a joke on himself, and he has plenty of opportunity. His knack of sketching a funny situation is the saving grace of this ponderous volume: Q X but the masterpieces of his pen are to be found in the corners of his scratch gi f Q :iii ffm rr fe Fig 2: 'ffl' all its li MH Wi! f' f 1 K , 6, QJQ4 , ill 5555? V5"l,. i :fig i, "ii ri 3 1, ,tar , , had -fi 4 Q ,J -Q' M cr. fflvif' . .,,., A pad between calculations of Max.T.M. and the angle of fall. Doll's especial fp Lgmpis delight is to draw champion colored pugilists with the sleeping Ginger as his model. And when the model wakes, gubbings and ear-bitings are the order of the day. Owing to his ability to get the maximum enjoyment out of life with the minimum of labor and still get a 2.5-no mean ac- complishment, that-he has not stood particularly high on the merit role. But he is as -A happyiand contented with his ,QLJ 4 buzzard as if it were a bird of E , 2 likable man than Doll is not to be found in a day's travel. 18+ gssafzsm o Q ' " Vasml x-gsf. V , -' pt .hinf n' Nl , by , - 'Xi ,. .-. i s s., 4. . Qliric jfreh Zemke -:M 233. 1- A F 'lu ff! l -e. rig. 3 r I I a X P Ei? is - 5? 41.315 .50 EIL! lg, iifz n E39 fi? 25 .,, E25 ' E all 1. . f-a, if , .2-,. 4 A 4 pw if il.. f fa 1. + ,ff 'g 9: rx V' Q 'x Q y fo? W Q 5: 5: ki , 'ei- W 4. ? EE ij Milwaukee, Wisconsin f x '. f ., he xg I . "The Alien" "Eric" "Dutch" Buzzard-Clean Sleeve VEN to us who have known him so long, the Alien never ceases to be a source of wonder. He has a cheerful smile and a winning glance that never fail him-except when he recites to a Dago prof. Then, by his own admission, he is stumped. The Dagoes nearly got him Plebe Year, but since then he has had easy sailing, in fact, he might have starred were it not for his love of reminiscences and day dreams. Eric is a true friend, devoid of sham, and he has the faculty of look- fill' 53 Q39 elim S325 , , '-A ,,. 'l ,Mrs is J T19 M, ff ,wi ll .lv :,. "rm iii ,V 2 l 1-1 fi V! my lpn?" fbi? H MESS lffdl -'X ,ff if vx 555 JY MQ' Q ing at the affairs of life in a clear, calculat- -T T TL T 4 f ing way, unprejudiced by personal interest ' .5 'Q' '-f '. and unswayed by the op1n1ons of others. ' ,I Thus is explained the sudden termination '.jTij'ff -, of his career as a fusser Youngster Year, for after one painful experience he has .U never dragged, not even to help friends in ' dire distress. Wolf-Zemke, the inseparables, founded the Reina Club early in First Class Year, and spent sixty days afloat for the fault of being "senior officers present." Eric en- tered the Navy with the intention of join- ing the Horse Marinesg if he had his way, he would ride, booted and spurred, on a prancing charger, rather than mind his helm and shoot the sun the rest of his life. Whatever course he pursues, we all join in wishing him "Un bon voyage." 185 f c 5 A r Q ' ni ha " Y ' r f' - 0, ,xy .ea LLIQ, . , x gl as sms.. !,,, i Z,-o si' .gm gg 5 555' r , H: x N iffy: if 49 sw., ia ' f, 1 ui! ggi, IW ai? ' . . J WIN 1 i' L .QQ Q ,mir 11, ,,. , , rv, . :- 'Y . Tang, ff , K 3 5 I i E 4, yi l i y L x.,-Y 4 an 1 1 I, ,AL fl I ,,,lj J! f 1 1 af fx if ri' I , , X Af , I vl I J f' . ,A , . I 'f 1 I WIC' I lllliml llllllnun ' unlull' II 'vmllllllf' A mmullllli ' lllillltllllll NIHZIIHIIN V ummllllll ' Inltillllllil nmmull 1 :- lllllfllml R, Ilillllill mm . 9 , s x l Y s o ,D . ' ' I xx- E N x'xtN l QEIHSSMHIBS , te it .4 my -4 Oh, we've sung you in this saga, +3 ,ll it The hrst, and the last, and the best, The Alpha and the Omega Q Of the North, South, East, and the West. If we've covered your hearts of gold With brass and tinsel and rot, If we've made you like heroes of old, 6 D Who will say in the end, "You are not! " ? Q D 0h it hasn't all been roses, J And it hasn't all been sad, But ere your own book closes, In it's written more good than bad. So with thankful heart we hail you, Comrades through joy and ill-- Even "Sweethearts and wives" may failfyou, But a classmate never will ! ,N 4. rf.-:. . 29,22 E fl' LGE, Q 2.3 9 2 "Wh E , , fig :gait 1: if EE E SQ? EJB ' I. MCC. MILLER. if 'l" , LW ... nfl' ,.....- -vwuv Aln:o'r'r, l1l'INRY XY.xRBUR'1'oN. -XI.I,I'IN. XV11.Li.n1 I'll4IRVEY. JR. LXLIJSON. .loslcl-ll YVl'IBS'1'EIl. JR ANNIN. H.X'l'lIKJllX HURT.. AXRNULD. JOHN BIRKET.. .XRNoLn. SICGUINE YXLLEN.. QXSIIBIROOK. .XLLAN XYITI-IERS.. BALLARD. IKICIIARD IJENRY, l3.AR'l'0N. EDXVARD PIALSEY.. IYSATES, HENIKX' GRAM' .... lgAUCIl, HlClll!I'lll'f YVALTER.. lSE,xcu, 3.lU'l'l.IdY IJNDSLEY... l'lEARD, XVI1.L1.xM IQELLY. .. lY3ENNl'Z'I"lf, l"R.xNxc CRIDI. . .. I3U'1'I,l'lIl, Mwnevs B.u'.xRn, JR. Clxnsox, Rox' .......... CL.xR1c, BliIR'If FRANKLIN.. CL.xR1cl4:, ,XLLAN XHVAUD. .. C.'L1I4'1f'oRn, Cu.xRLEs LEWIS.. Cl0I,l.l Ns, Com N ..... . Coxxi-JR. .XIl'l'lIl'll DlKI.Il.. L'owLl4:s. l4lll.XNClS XYALTER.. Cnosnv, GEonoE RICliEll. . . . ."Pinky" . . "Dad" "Joe" . ."I.engiliy" . ."Jack" .."Hoine-run" . ."ASl1" "Dieky" ..'fEd" .. . ."Blanc-he" ."Aguinaldo" . ."XVally" .. "Slim" . . "Ducky" "B i ff" "P.O." .. "Cliff" . ..uL7lll'llCSSu . . . . . ."Dall" 188 Portland, Oregon. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Ennis, Texas. Columbus, Montana. St. Albans, Vermont. Greenville, Mississippi. Lexington, Kentucky. Montpelier, New H ampsh i re Providence, Rhode Island. Millen, Georgia. Cincinnati, Ohio. Pelham Manor, New York. Pensacola, Florida. Henderson, Texas. Bridgeporl, Connecticut. Harbor Beach, Michigan. VVheaTland, lllyoming. Schenectady, New York. Brookline, Massachusetts. New Orleans, Louisiana. Denver, Colorado. Hartford, Connecticut. New York City. - WWWWMWMWVNWHTWMVV vvmmvvmmmmvvmmrmmvmmnmv 4-Il-f ",7"'ItiIiR ilu I iii fill lil.: Jlwliiiiwimil I ill li ,l1iUllHll!liLR2'i'iillVi ifyi gigi i f IJAXVSON, Ill-INRY lgAll'1'ON ...... DICKINSON. IRIHVARIJ l'lI.lifl'CIIl5R. D1JllTL'II, NYILLIABI IJRICIC.. IJOVGIAXS, IJUNALD XYILLS.. LJOYLIC, HARRY IQEY .... EDDINS. .XR'I'1I1'R HENRY ..,... . :EI.I.lCO'1"1'. CIIAIKLES CJLENIJOXVER.. EI.I.llJ'l"l'. liBNNE'1'll IQOBERT. .. 1ZLI.l0'1"1'. STERIIEN . . . . liSlJl4IN, lIlZlIBlEll'1' GRAY. .. EVANS, XYALTER STAUFFER. .. FOREMAN, FRANK CRRIFFIN. . . HARAIAN, JOHN '.llUCKEIl, JR. .. I'IAllTLEY, HUXX'AlII7 NEFF ...... HAZELTINE. CHARLES BELLOXVS. HECK, HENRY' FREDERICK .... HENDERSON, ARTHFR HENllX'. . . I-IOIJIES, GASTON IJEE ....... IQING, CHARLES ALFRED ELY. .. JKNOTT, AR'rHL'R NVILLIAM. .. LARRE, ALAN LOUIS ..... .. LANDY, RICHARD ROBINSON. .. IDAURENSON, CHARLES .. IDEAHY, EARL FRANK ...... .. IJONG, ilflDlVARlJ B,XTCIIPII.I.,XR. JR LOTT, JABIES BIONROE ..... LOYNACHAN, NEIL ....... BIALLOY, XVILLIADI FLARLE. .. RIAYRY, SIFREIN FONTAINE. .. MAYER, JOHN LYNE ...... DIILBURNE, IJODOXVIC JADIIZS. .. RIOYER, JOHN GOUIID ...... NELSON, HAROLD JOACIIIBI. .. NEWELL, ROY POTTER .... ORME, PHILIP IXDDISON.. "Red"' " Dick" "Cap" . "Doug" "Ji1nniy" t'GOteh" "lien" . "Steve" ",Xclxniral "F1'uiIliic' "Chief" . "Harry,' "He-inie" "Sherl0Ck "Chuck" "Zip" .. " F renChy" "JoCkO" an "Shorty g'Jin1" "Brutus" "Cap" Sag If vw L. . . . vu "Johnny "I,,OdO" . 7 "JOhnny' "Pie" "Stagn- 'tPhil" 189 New York City. XYasliingrton, D. C. Gaclscleii, Alaliaina. New York City. XYashington, D. C. Stringer, Mississippi. Honolulu, Hawaii. Olney, lllinois. NVilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Sydney, Iowa. Philaflelpliia, Pennsylvania. Ilartforcl, Kentueky. Staunton, Virginia. Buffalo, New York. Belfast, Maine. California, Missouri. Cadillac, Michigan. Pontotac, Mississippi. Baltimore, Maryland. Eau Claire, YViseonSin. St. Martinsville, Louisiana. Lewishurg. Tennessee. Downey, Idaho. Medford, YViseonsin. YVhite Plains, New York. Douglas. Georgia. Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Gainesville, Texas. Morristown, New Jersey. York. Pennsylvania. Charlestown, XVL-st Virginia. Delphi, Indiana. Fargo, North Dakota. Rocky Mount, North Carolina XVashington, D. C. v Q WTVHTVYTVIYVIVIYWH YY! WWWVVWIYYWIIYYYIHWVHTIVWVNWWNVWIWNIYIWNTTTWWIYWVWVWWNTY' to is ' I mul I II ILQIW . .. U E " 1 'et ill I il ll l l'7iliWli ...W Wg'Ir.,ygI"m'U Ii a,, ,U UI vi ii. Ilffrtf,-I HIT i .......li.....iuiii'L.I PE,xRsoN. DRIYRY BOCKLEY. .. PENNOYER. 1i.XI.l'1I Lill,Bl'Ili'l'. .. P1i'.l"1'l'I', J.xMEs SUMNER .... POWER, SIAIELRY RICEVES .... PRE.xs, R.AI,I'1l .XKARD ...... RITCIIIALI.. CllAIlI.l'IS SAMUEL. .. Rouns, PETER l'owELL.,,... IQUIQIIL. XVII.I.I,xM FREDERICK.. Rooms, JOIIN MAN ......... Rl'SSliI,I., YVII.I.I.xM JENNINGS.. SA I' N nERs. XVII.I.I,x M HARRISON SCOTT, IQOGER RICCORMICK. .. SMITII, CALVERT ROWE .... SMITII. RUPERT A ......... SDIOOT., HAROLD KENNETH... STERN, RICHARD GAINS .... TII.I,ERY, I,UTI'IER JARVIS ..... TOLlNIiXN, CHESTER ANDERSON. TRIPRE, GRAHAM ...... VVIII'I'E. CHAARI.Es SEARS. .. VVII.I.IAMs, ROGER ...... XVYJIAN, ROBERT SCOTT .... XYOUXG, GROVER CLEvEI..xNn. . . "Joe Gish" "Penooks" "King" "XVillie" . "Satchel" . g'Pete" "Ocean Roll" . "Liz" . "Deacon" . "Scotty" . "Cal" . "Fatty" "Ikey" "Til" . "Dippy" . "Dick" .. "Admiral" . "Scotty" .... . . . "Deadwood Dick" Sulphur Springs, Texas. Aurora, Missouri. Quincy, Massachusetts. Red Banks, Mississippi. Johnstown, Tennessee. Centerville, Iowa. Lexington, Kentucky. Bellingham, Rlasliington. Witchita, Kansas. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Sumter, South Carolina. Connellsville, Pennsylvania. Easton, Pennsylvania. Tampa, Florida. Dover Plains, New York. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Rocky Mount, North Carolina Sitka, Alaska. Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Binghamton, New York. Dayton, Ohio. Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Deadwood. South Dakota. 57' iW3iI"H'7'x1u'jg .tio arsna l.?8lr Y ' if ,T 71. I , .t - , V , W S U. 1 l . . A . . 190 , 'ii-?il: I. i I , 1 V '.5'fI.1:Q..,..A wx . V. 1 sl ii 5 V H r a i 31 , 2 .I a r I: Er 4 -wg-gpF',1y:.v . --- - lf V' ? E315 5XRH? PREQDENT AND bac RETARY ' ,Y J'7 4 4 i x V I 31 -8 L +."S,l 'Qi ww QLPX ye? 0065 S555 191 CLASS FOOTBA LL, TEAM , l Ass BASKETBALL TEAM I S58 75 413554 LL ,ZZNN - 11 za 'H -.4-"' "Via Y -'!9 sxlffpvqf wa Gb ' A f I"'lN 0 K! A? p if f W fi! V I c ie aw r.:fA . Y- H,-W.. .W .,..,.. ,, , ' J 2 U. S. S. BllIlf'l'!jf'f Hull, Eu rouiw from Cifs. 1909, to Ensigns, 1913. ULY 1, 1909. Took llC'p2l1'tLl1'C-. Hoine hearing 1Vest Cper 1'2L1l1'02LLl,, distance ' 1000 niiles. Left, ' C1'2llJl0Wl1 on port ' W, hand, and passed pf Qxi . i Main Gate. speed 'M tg 16 knots. Slowed down by advice of l ,N p 'T' , i , Passed-IXIidshipnien l12LX'lgE11,01'S, and hroke 0 out work suits and stencil ink. Uniform. 1 '-"e ifiihyfp, 'l tuxedos. Followed, :L few days of hearvy 5 ., weather. crew honiesieli. Adinirnl 1Vhit.e, ,,e with his gzuig of Ahle Sezennen :ind "those ffiyi lqi . lizxving previous inilitziry trniiiiiigf' soon eff, N-ef'! lg got the ship in running order. There was In .5 Av!,, tif. fi" K+ ix'-441721 two inonths easy sailing, enlivened with ozir- fl fl .," "'i , 1 ' hlisters, nmnnail-of-zlrins, stezun drill and . swinnning. rlllgzzst f30fl1. Joined by Crab 'All i'-X W 3 : Fleet. Received draft, of experienced sea- AQ,L5u fx ' nien. who took connnzuid of :ill social ac- UPI p L tivities. niforcliiig instruction as well as l 'i Xie: fe wzzing 194 k LRGIIAV 'ux I Qi an? zesaemse l l amusement. After attending the Royal Reception tendered to King Fagan by his ad- mirers, all hands were pre- pared to entertain the Italian l cadets who came aboa1'd to inspect the ship. They were 1 not especially impressed with i our rendition of "Maitre Cor- beauf' although performed according to the highest standard of the Dago- Dept. Ucfober' lsf. Put to sea with full crew. As apprentice seaman, we soon learned that "Life at the U. S. Naval Academy is a continual round of pleasure: the midshipmen are the petted and pampered sons of a doting nationf' 1 Dcccrzzbcr Q5171.. First, taste of authorityg 1913 took possession of the ship. Jmzunrly 29, 1910. Made a stormy passage of our first river: thirty-six men overboard. Jlarclz. 15th. Dead calm in the mess hallg all hands to the brig. June' 9171. XVith all but five of us safely across the second river we headed for foreign shores. A landing force sent against London stormed the city and made good a retreat to Plymouth. Sunset liberty in all ports. The last days of the summer were saddened by the death of our classmate, R. R. Landy. August 29th. Big shore 1 leave. September 30th. .Put x to sea, headed for Phila- p' delphia. Norellzbci' 926171. XR' Blade port. Head-on col- i lision with U. S. S. 1Vest Point: sank the Army. January 528, 1911. From the far side of another river, we looked back to see eleven A less fortunate mariners swept f under the tide. They had calculated without the cal- culus. June 5H1. Leaving two stragglers behind. we again sailed down the bay to 195 4 - if 'wwwwrwrwwv vvwnvmvmmrmmvmm mm1-mvmrrrvmvmrv -.-by Voillliililfi-fflill5?eTllwiiruwu'iiw V- ...Y-f'?'f'i A X' X er m Q ' ave' , . r, 5 ,. .. ,. f f! Q f p -gg nb X "' ,A v Aff, ' X 52. 4 ii 2 - ii if me :X f will L, ii ,lY'f"f7ll.fi5? P h e of N 1. ' ' M- ' ' 5 .5 5 ,t Q e , mix , . , -mi' I..-.7-N? mg. p, f y D R5 7 nggflqyrglt u t' 'Q is '-'- l -'A ' e. it-" TQ N K ' ' '1 ' .Xl '14, ,. 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As wi- grasp lllllg'-Sllllglltf mliplomzms, Wlil-n wcr lczwc- olcl Bun- croff. Hull, YVL- will join with lil-arts :xml v0i00s,w4 "Slick :L goml Sliip after 'Ill " f . T iffiililisiiiiiirlieillwm fulfill in flllfl W W U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY, ANN APOLIS, MARYLAND, February 16, 1912. BRIGADE ORDER No. 46. The attention of the Brigade is called to the following extract from a letter of the Secretary of the Navy addressed to the Superintendent: "Article 45 of the Regulations of the U. S. Naval Academy, 191 1, is hereby so far modified that, in its aipplication to the first term of the Academic year 1911-1912, deficiencies in studies, instead of being based uniformly on a 2.50 as the standard of passing, shall be based on the following marks as the minima for passing: e tal-For the first class 2.2o tbl-For the second class 2.2o fcj-For the third class, in hlathematics 2.20 in English 2.20 in Languages 2.411 Cdl-For the fourth class, in Mathematics 2.30 in English 2.2o ' Languages t in 2. J 2. It will be noted that this order is applicable only to the fifst term of the present Academic year and that the standard for passing for the second term will remain a 2.5, in accordance with the existing regulations. J. H. G1BBoNs, Captain, U. S. Navy, Superintendent. 199 . ' 1 i ' TxHlh?ii"T1Hl'3 P""' , N N . ...Q rwmfmcufru 7: , i 9 .,, up m'f ' E Fha-...MQ ,QA Jn, I A - 1 WE'-1 M L. -'Lk . .4.,,- 1 ,g--Q 121' I 7 X141 - 1 -Amyy! Q X X Z!!! I ii In I 3 5 "' 5 '-' 5 -1 . -31 5' .Q ,- i 5 ' T' E -1 : - - 2 E : , 5 'Q E if E A 3 C ff -46' ,, I if f I I W If Wi ' 'I 1' I ' I IW Wi X I' I VI UNI ., 1 f f :Hi I' lllr if fi 'IQ' 2 iii YADDOMS., A. H.. .. JALFORD, I.. O ..... QANGEL, C. I" .... ,, JAIINOLD, J. C ...... JARYIN, G. S ....... JASHBROOK, A. IV.. AUSTIN, W. D. . . . BIXKER, XV. D ....... BALSLEY, A. H ...... BAYLEY, VV. YV.. BEARD, VV. K ....... BERRY, A. G., JR... BLACK, J. D. . . .. BLADES, I.. J. K... .. BOAK, J. BOXVER, T. T ..... BROXVN, J. H., JR BRYAXT. C. F. .. BI'CIf,XY1XN. .If H Kansas City, Mo. . . Amite, La. .. Rochester, N. Y. . .Wznyne-sboro, Pu. . . Kvyesville, Ya. . .I.e-xington, Ky. .yLondoD, Ky. .Bay City, Mich. .Reidsvillc-, N. C. .Pcnsz1CoI:1, Flu. .New York, N. Y .Sp1'iDgfieId, Ohio. .ChoptaDk. Md. .I'Iughc-Sville, Pa. .I7zmviIIe, Pu. .Canton. Pal. .Bangoig Me. .Bonh:1m. Texas. XVasI1ington, D. C. President R AI .PH OTIS DAVIS Secretary ICDNVIN THOMAS SHORT Athletic Representative VVII,I.IAM MONTAGUE NICHOLIS Hop Committee FRANCIS KENDALI. CYBRIPIN GICORGIC BARRY YVILSON JOIIN MARIE CRICIGHTON Luck Ba '-23 'fl .. y g ' - CHARLES FRANKLIN MARTIN, Editor f a f - I Zi wiki. mf, OLIVICR OXVICN KESSING, Business Manager BUMPUS, I". C... Bl'Nc:ER'1', XV. D.. ISVIIGY, YV. C. . . . Bl'lHl0l'GII. IC. 'W CALLAIIAN, M. XY CAREY, C. B. C.. CARY, R. XV.. JR. . CIIRISTIAN, K. C. CLARK. B. I" .... CLARKE, V. A .... Coc11RAxl4:, E. I.. Com-rx, M. Y... CONOI.I,Y, R. I... Colm. XV. A. . . .. CR14:m1lToN, J. M CVNNRDN, F. J.. IJAVIS, Nom. ..., IIAYIS, R. O ..... Ill-MIND. R. A... Quincy. Mass. Kc-yport, N. J. Zanesville, Ohio. Oswego, N. Y. Javkson, Tenn. SCIICIICCAZICIY, N. Y Buncc-ton, Mo. New Orleans, Lu. M'IiezltIz1ncI. M'yo. Philacielphia. Pu. CIIPSICIX Pal. New York, N. Y. XYRIIIQQ-gziii. III. Ugckli. Vinh. FI'ilI'lIiIII1, Pu. Port Ji-ryis, N. J ,...S:1II Luke City. Vt uh Chivzngo. III. MirIrIIc-town. Conn -1, WWWWWWTVNHYTITWITINWIIWW mnmnmmhvvwwvmmvmm I w'g'QLg1g... -- , I 'VII IIIIIIII III'I1I'7 'I . l HM 3 I VH ..1 mu M V I ...I . Ugye .y wfmpu IWIIIJYY IW-fIIII.I1W II ..4fII:I.I.I WrII.I1II'II! mI1II',ffIIIII+IFII-"II M.,, ................ M... 1. .... ..1.... .... .....g... ...., ...I ...,. ....,....A I I I Ihclclxnux, II. 'I' .... Glasgow, Ky. Ihmlumwsm, I3. I....CI1ic:1gn, III. '1 IJm:'1'cll. XX. I3 ......, Clzxclmclvll. .XI:l. v v w Iluwxl-xv. I. I' ....... xY0l'K'0SICl'., Hass. I7m'l.l-2. 'I'. J ......,.. I.i11c-11111, NI-Im. IIVILGIIII. ll. XV.. Jn. . .fI1't'l'IIhIllll'U, ,XI:n. IIYIIII. II. .X., 31:11 ..... xllITlll'II. N. Y. I'I.KIII,lI, I". ll ....,,.. Nfwtliiic-III, YI. I'1.xnr.Y. A. R. .. . . . I3:1IIi11ml'm-, RIII. I'II.I.Sl!l'IIIG. Ii. . . . . . I7m1wl'. CHIH. I"1-1lu:l11.1., II. YY ....... IIICIIIIIUIIII, Yu. I"I'rzsmwNs. I'.. Jn. ..XY2lSIlIlI.L.fIUl1. ID. C. I'II.I-I'I'L'Ill-III, l'. IV ..... Ye-wpurt, II. I. l"ox. IV. Y ..... ...I3l'JIKII'Ul'fI., Pan. I"nY, C. D. .. . . . I"m-I-po1'I'. III. III-.XIIINtL, XV. ..,. Xnnupulis, MII. IIIl,k'lIIIIS'I', K. I' ...... I.1'x'IoI1, NIH. llmnlxl-zx. C. 'I'. H ...., XIIIIIIINIIIS, MII. Cllellflflx. BI .......... Iimfmn Mum. II.u 11. J. I... ....InImson CiI'y, IIIUIIII Ilxxs. II. I' .... ...II:n'IingIum, Nob. IIAIIICIIJ., II. Ix ,..... Knoxvillv. 'fm-nn. I'I.xn'r. YV. J.. Ju ..... NI. V4-rnmm, N. Y. II.x'1'c'lr. II. S. .. ...Nlilwnlllu-c', YYIS. II,u'l.11lc. II. IV .,,.... BIIIIICIU, Ind. IIIXAIIIJ. XY. .X . .. ...SilIlIII?lI, 'IH-Xue. Iluwlz. G. 'I' .... .. . I':nw I':nw. Nic-Im. IIm"r, II. NV. .. . . .CII-:r1'w:lIa':'. I"Ie1. INm:l:.xM, II. I... . ...-IVI'IIl'I'SUIIX'IIIl', Incl. .IAII!I'III'l'. II. II ....... XYllllIlHIN'Iil'II. II. I. Joxlcs. C. II .... ..., X tmurc-. Alu. IiI'Il.l.l'IlI. C. I.. .. ,..II?IlllIIIHIl, Ulniu. Ii!-ISSINIL, 0. O. ....... Clwm-1ul1111'gg'. Incl. IilI.I.3I.XS'l'I'IlI. II. H ..... Xu Snlslm-, Mivh. IUXIIUIDNY, XV. .I ...... Vim' Cily, Minn. IMXIISUN, NY. J ....... AIIISIQVQIIDII, Nlivh. I..vl'mmm:, 'l'. C., Jn. .CImII:mm1g1:n. 'Il-nn I..n'c'm'K. .I. Y ....... XII-Ilmvn, Huw. I.r:nx.xnn, II. II ..,,.. IV:zyl1c-, Pu. I.mv1:, I". I.. .. ...NI1mIic'a-Ilu. .XrIc. I yu IIIIULIIIMIIIIIILI WI IIIIIIIIIIIIWIN -Gyn? K I .- I I s ' ' ...... -I- ,, .. .....................................................................L1................... - -1' ' Q02 I.l'1c1':u, II. I' .... MCCLURE, C. I... NICCIHVN, J. .X... MCI7oN.xI.n. I.. II BICCIITIGAN, J. I.. DICREAVY, C. J.. M.xCu1m'.xN, C. A M.xI.x.ox', XY. Ii. .. BIANNING, G. C.. BI.x1moN, A. Ii. . . NI.xl:'r1N, C. IV. .. BI.XllVl'II.I., G. .. M.x1'1cY, II. II. .. , Q w Mu ln. 5. I' ..... M1-:.u'u.nr, R. 1. BI14:c1'M, C. H .... BIl'I"I'ICNlIUIIl", II. C BIo1.ux11:v. J. I". .. NIUUIIIC, S. G. .. Moss, J. NI . .. Mm mc, J. Cf. .. NASH, T. I.. . .. NIIIILI-LY, C. F. .. Nrzmux, G. XY. .. XICLSUN, H. J... NICll0T.l.S., XV. NI. IIIBRIICN, I". K... fII"l'I.I'IY, .X. N. .. I,.Xlll'I, IZ. II .... I'.xI.All':u, Ii. C... I'lcclc. Ii. ID. . ,. 4' 4' 3-v- v Il.l.lux, I. I. .... Pics Novlcn. Ii. G. I'l':nu1v.xl., I'. G ....... Picnic Y, II. IC .... I,Ul'll.XM, YY. S. .. I,Ult'I'l'III, IV. II., Jn .... V 1 lhnwlxzlzs, I'. ID ........ QV -- ' .xnm-.x. 5. II. .... .. II Ins, U. I3 .... SIELUIIIOII, III. Inla, Kan. VVhiIncy, VIIUXEIS. Norwalk, Ohio. Uklahonm City, Oklu. Tacoma. IV:1sI1. Portland, Mc. Gzlincsvillc, 'Il-xzls. IVz1sI1ingIOn, D. C. I,CflVl'l', Colo. Iilzlckvillv, S. C. .Xnn:1polis. Md. I7:mviIIl', Yu. Mm'1'isIown. N. -I. Ilnpliillsvillv. Ky. Salem, N. .I. Cim'immII. UIIIU. Iirouklyn, N. Y. Paris. 'll-xns. Susn, Miss. Dulphi, Ind. I'm'IsmuuIIx, Vu. XYIlIl'IlP5Il'I', Mews. Nvw York, N. Y. I'I3ll'Q0, N. D. SlHll'tiiIlI3llI'j2f, S. C. XYZISIIIIIQIUII, D. C. IV:1sI1ington, D. C. Sand Point. Idzllm. Sioux City, Iown. Iizwillv, YVIS. SZIIIIJI Mzxrino, Cul. .Xlll0I'1l, Mo. , DCS Nluincs, Iowa. Cnnc'1n'1I. N. II. I"I0mingI'0n, N. .I. Cnvingtmm, Ky. CvrIm' Rapids., Iowa. SI-Ima, Ala. Gmlxclvn, .XI:l. E' y 1 1"""""'- nwr'mn 'zf'm7EvrrrUVv'rxrvr""'m"-,, ii H :ip W ,mmqpxygmmmmwwlw,i,iWvq1:.,1"" " '.wI ' "jg "AA ' .... I ' 0 R A I.sTo N. B. B ....... RAY, H. J ..... IIEDDIAN, J. R. ITICIID, S ..... Rolms. P. P .... ...... Ror: H I.. IV. F ........ Roolcs. A. H. ....... . IIOSENDAIIL, C. E .... . ROYCE, D. ......... . Rvnnoc K. T. D ...... SAMSOX, H. P ..... .. SHORT E T SHEARS. K. R... ... C SUNGLVFF. T. SPANAGEL, H. A ..,.. STARKEY, R. C ....... STECHBR. L. J.. . STEEL-E, D. M ........ STENGEI.. S. C ....... . STERLING. T. XV SWAIN, C. D .... Fostoria. Ohio. Annapolis, Md. Reno, Nev. . . ..Rocl-i Island. Ill. Lexington. Ky. B9lllHg'lI2IlIl, IVz15l1. Xviluil Xvilllil, XVEISII. Cleburne. 'l'vxns. Hancock. Mich. Cl1z11'lf-sion. S. C. Leroy. N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Xvillllllill Maui. Hawaii Baltimore. Md. Canton, Ohio. Roodhonsv, Ill. Dodge. Nob. Sf. Paul. Minn. Jefferson. IVis. Cape Gi1'z1rdvz111. Mo. Boston, Mass. I H 'l'.xw1u4:s12Y. A. ". 'l'14:.xsI.EY, IV. A . , , . . 'l'HoM.xs, I". P ....... 'l'uUEsDE1.1., S. D ..... XTAIDEN, J. L ........ XYAUGIIAX, R. L .... .. XIIXSON, T. N ...... . XVALKER. A. XV .... .. NV.xL1.14:n. J. B. VK XV.xsII1u'nN. D. F XVIZAVER, P. R ........ NVi:sTF.x1.I,. T. D XVICKS, Z. TV ......... XVILLS. A. R. . .. YV1l,soN. G. B ........ XVILSON. S. L... XVILTSIC, I.. J.. . . YV1Ns1.ow, J. S.. Vl'oImm.1.. M. L. XVYBIAN, R. S., RYEATBIAN, P. IV l'l1ilzulelpl1iu. Pai. .CElIl'f0II, Ga. Brownvillc, T4-nn. .Kingfishcr, Oklu. Uniontown, Alu. 'l'c-xarkana, 'Texas Pzmzlrlelizi. Cell. Hvlcna. Mont. Norfolk. XIGI. New York. N. Y Nm-wpori. R. I. Dahlgren. Ill. Fishkill. N. Y. Inclizinnpolis. Ind. Norfolk, Yu. Prescott. Ariz. Miiclwll. S. D. Cincinnati. Ohio. Dublin, XIII. Augusta. MP. Norfolk. Vu. 2 It L01 th thi uf WL: li: W Illiljli years Elgll il strange cr:Lft was lnnnchecl into An ll2l1JUllS I'I2t1'lJUI' :Lnml christcnccl the STL'l'l'flIl'IlI'f hy il cert:Lin 1 4 llL'2llllllilll little l'l'tl'lIL'2lilCfl Cl21:SS girl. This ship Sl?L1'lCll on her g'2llL'N, which swept lllillly of her g:Lll:Lnt crew into the r:Lgi sc:L. livery ett'ort was Lnzule to rescne these struggling n1:L1'in- ersg "Man c,VCl'llO2l1'tl-Q w:Ls pipccl, Ellltl the life ho:Lts lowerecl: hy liherul lih:Ltions of oil, Neptune w:Ls son1cwh:Lt :Lppe:Lsexl, f,f0VL'Ylllllt'lll' tri:Lls, illltl s:Lcl to relate, she encountcreil severe -snscitntccl hy :Lpplic:Ltion of :L colcl 92.50. After il repair periocl in the yurcl, tha S :LnLl several v:Lli:Lnt SCEIIIIUII were sn:Ltcherl from the Sl:l'2lllgll clcpths ot' il watery, lognritlnnic g1'2lVL'. vvlllfll hoistctl ELllU2ll'fl, they were gently : -'zcrrflzcflrf w:Ls connnissioneml il il,l'C2Lllll2lllglll', flillllillll "Fat" Davis in lllllflllll, with "Shorty" Short :Ls his Vhief XYCOIIIQUI. Now nL:Lny 2Ll'L' the cruises lllilllt' hy this gfilllll ohl wagon: she has been L 7 1 to Gil Lnrl h:Lh 2l.Vl'S n':Llt:Lr, Key W est, illlll Glollcesterz she h:Ls enconntereml huge icehergs y gcysers. "1':Ll:Lis cle Danse" Zllltl "Spanish 'l'own,': hut hy f:Lr the t voyage of lllt'lll :Lll took pl:Lce lflril: August. zlllll c:LLne :Lhont in this w:Ly: Skipper Davis took :L notion to cruise in the vicinity of the N:Ltion's 1 :Lplt:Ll Illltl L-xhihit his nohlc ship Zlllll crew to the 2Ltllllll'lllQ throngs. 'l,llll'0lltQll c skilful tllIJl0IlI2ll'y of Gunner Ralston, permission was Ulll'2lllll'tl to Lnoor to - New lVill:Lr:cl, the niost tlL'Sll'2llllC floating clock in the hzxrhor. Accorclingly. o:Ltsw:Lins-nL:Ltes Hcllllllllu Keller Ellltl "Both" fl2ll'y were sent :Ls p:Ltrol officers to supervise the lillllllllg IHll'lyL they C'2Ll'L'lilllly l:Li1l clown regulations regarfling thc nse ot' swcct-spnrl :Lnnnnnition Illlfl tht- contents of c:Lnteens, :Lncl :lppointeil 1'lll'l'lll2lll "2 cl" .Xshhrool-' to :Lct in thc solc c:Lp:LcitY Ti it 'iff . ' L ff f' ,f 'fa ' f ol w:Ltcr tcnmlcr. fll'llL'l'ill ' iff I I 7 v V H l jfgm 'nf LIT., Wag? 'Y-.U zgfy K ll ici ty LL:Ls then gl Plllllfl Wmtq X 7 My f - , f 4, 6-gi' W 'L-:sms--:-,, I ' "Mi Law ' 1 'f A lol' 550 cl:LVs. X55 ASTEAN. .5 SlYlTHf l I ' . 1 'f' . ' , L -4..-Q..-..,,..c .Xs soon :Ls the .S2L'1':'f- V -sf f A . . L y 1 'QA 3 ,gf lll'llI'f w:Ls lllillll' f:Lst: HI hcr ixiflfilfllf Q' ,rlpll ,L ,L ,Q , ,L L nc-LL' hcrth. the crew was VLWKQ M23 'Aggie L ovcr the g:Lng-pl:Lnk. 'ljhc f A-, .- I K i t f' mm . t"' ' : -'I rlcclt torcc nizulc lllll'l'll'il ' u f hont, .ti ips to th: pnhhc W ,il lblllllllllgj. wlnlc the hluck :WWI is: fe. QJLIIQ' went llp the vcntilu: W,.,55ggiff:f A ' ' v :-L: -.I . :IEW-ff' tor shaft illlil cngngczl in il " ' H 3!" Cf ti L fif -: glut on the lllll'l'lf'!lIll' 92044 ng ng i" 'l'! lllllllWl'll!f lmlmlwi iHW'll'l"lll1l'i WP fjlllllll l l qllrml H will ll ll ll in mum af' .... J -,i ff QQ ' ' , 1 wi ,v f ' y UAW! l l l l if Qlkiv y , Q. v 'SPTZEEWZ-1'?5-"-i1tf:i'f4-'i11-i2--QiT-iw" "' l i l A " ' il IW ' 5' I 1' fn 'I i' "" ' t?23gf:??f ',r'12J'ni lu , rwrhnl' lla' iw lv, i . ll ivwww lull? V4 11111, Nw., , K. - '-" -YIWM-Huh-mlmnluunuuumwnmmmimuiuunmimmninumn A... ii ...A.. .nm mm,n.,m,u,,,,mm,,,u,,umummu m,.w -V deck of the New lvillard. Among those present, on that glorious and nevc1'-to-he-forgotten occasion were "O.B." O'Brien, "Tuh'by" Slinglutf, "Bill" Teaslcy, "Horn" Vaiden, and other "snipes." "Bull" Stecher thought he f saw moving pictures of the Battle of Il1'2l.f?1lg'2Ll', and tossed oars: otherwise the party rowed safely ashore. Vvhen the good ship again put. to sea, target prac- tice was in progress on VVorden Bay. After six weeks of unsatisfactory results, Admiral Douglas Howard called all hands aft and declared that war was im- inent. A fortnight of vigorous preparation followed, the Admiral then transferred our Gunner's Gang- Brown, Gilchrist, Howe, Leonard, llclieavy, Ralston, Redman, Ro-des, and Vaughn-to the flagship, weighed anchor, and stood for Franklin Sea, under orders to find and destroy the Pride of the Army. Early in the afternoon of November 30th the enemy hove in sight, and General Quarters was sounded. The battle that ensued is now a matter of history: and due credit for our decisive victory must be given the Gunners of '14-f t'Old Fourteen" is now on her third time round, wallowing in a heavy sea, and with a badly crippled crew. Our heroes who escaped the battle unscathed are less fortunate among the perils of peace, and Steam, Math, and English are doing their deadly work. A fearful storm is brewing, swallows of Mechan- isms skim the waves of Hydro-mechanics emitting weird moans, "Unsat, unsat, unsatlvg flashes of sine-curve lightning are seen in the distance, and a thun- derous growl comes from the English coast. But we pin our faith to the twelve stars in 'IFS ensign, and by the skilful maneuvering of Skipper Davis this ole craft will weather all "tempt-stados" and make harbor in a safe port. 205 Q-111 ,,, M' My , Lg - ' it 'z ff . img , 924 ,algef M 2 F ,,- 0 QQ? N' ,, 4 - fem k 'iff 'A ,j rmig fllw 'iffy ":,F"v-ii? A " " '4 -23157, gr A4 5 5 ax - 4 , . ,V' Ag'-mt-xg , - -, A ,,q:, , . . fa 'f f' ' "1 ffwgffi K -. fag- , S 6 1 1 513:55 ,f,f,. N, W -' f"f'Jai'i'wZQv,3 .3 V1 ' v- .lfIIUIkIIIIIf55'IIEI1iI5 .. 900' ' I X ,. cv , fl.f I -'F nf' V- ,"l:,:IM.M.:5'f ' sf. wzgjzit X 'lgiiii' fqtlficcl. ' 5,115 jf., I A qf"gyf1m41f1Q.z',.If-' ,iff J .-- . :ng 1 - "ff 'Q 'I fff 'I f 2 7 S""' if -1+ I I fw fr fb 'OW fi -v E527 6? it-R I , N E Q- i 4' e' -. J? 'L JC' IH55 uf 1915 President I.UI'IS IiI',BIhl'.N DIC ROUIJIC Secretary I"IiI'1IJI'1IiIC IPX I'I, CI'I.B ERT Hop Committee liIl'H.XliI7 ILXNNICY ADAMS .XI.I4IX.XNIJI'lli GIl.CHRIS'1' lI.X'I'CH :XDAMS, Ii. Ii .... AI.r:x.xNn1cR. IV. ID. . . rXPI'I.I-I'l'UN, IJ. S.. .xlKBIS'1'IIOXG, D. W JXRMSTIIONG, I.. V. EXRNOLD, M. B. .. BAKEIC, B. N. S. B.xRNi:'1"r. .X ...... .. BARTUN, H. D. .. BATES, .I. F., JR. . .. B,x'rr:s, R. XV. . . . BI..XIR, R. H ....... . BODFISH, H ......... BOURNE, I.. BI., JR.. BOIYBI.XN, IV. H ..... BREED, E. ., .. ,XVusI1il1gtm1, ID. C. .IiIIt'yt'IIIIt', NVyo. .XVusI1i11gton. D. C. .IIz1mpton, Va. H. . Hvnxphis. 'I'vm1. .COIIIIIIIIIIM Mu. .XVZISIIIIIQIUIL ID. C. .Springfii-lri. Ohio. ,Pittsiii-Id. Ill. .Pliilzxdelplxizg Pu. .AIz1111ecIu. Cul. .Milwaukvc, XVis. ,Vilieyzml Huvm-11, M nw. .Asl1eVilIe, N. C. .Sumteix S. C. . Germmltown, Pu. Athletic Representative ILXYII7 Nlcl.I'IIiNUN C'IJI.I.INS Lucky Bag HENRY Ul.IVlf1R 'I'OVIiY. Iiclilur LYNIJIC IDl'Pl'Y Bli-CCJIUIIUIQ, Iiusim IXIHIIPIQIUI' IERUIVN, .I. P... IiIl0NVN, 'I'. G ....... BVRIII-xx, Ii .... .. IiI'IINlZ'1'T, II. I' ..... . I3I'RS'1'.XN, B. M ...... IiI'lUVI'Il.I., H. O. B ..,. 1 v w C.x1.vr:R'r, N. C1 ....... C.xMl'M.xN, J. H .... l'r1.xnwlcK, .I. II ..... C'u.u1RERs, I. R ...... 1 r w n 1 IIANIJLICR, 1. 12. . . .. i,iIII1IN0XVli'I'II, II. II... w 1 w v v QIIILIJS, If.. YI. I' .... 'w CIIIKISTIE, H. VV ...... w CLARK, C. in .... C IIIl'PENDAI.E, B. IV.. , . Iulgm, Ill. Newport, Ii. I. Cinvilmzlti, Ohio. 5l1vIl'nyviIlv, Ky. Mirlcllvtowll, DRI. XVHI'l'i'IlIOII, N. C. IiElIl'IIIII, N. C. Houston, Tex. Bl'IlIQl'VVZlIl'l', Mums. XVJISIIIIIQIKIII, D. C. XVZISIIIIIQIIUII, IJ. C. .Xltuonzu Pu. I.1-wistown, Pu. North Adzuns, Mass XI':1Iu-fic-lcl, Muse. Oakland, Cul. CI..xIIK, II. S., JII. LSIARK, R. XV. , ,. CLARK, S. B. . . . . CI..xnKI:, II. D. .. CoI.I.INs, D. MCI.. . . . CONFICR. XV. J.. .. COOK, J. C .... . Coorlin, M. C .... Cl'I.BICII'l', F. P. , , l,Al.'1'ON, D. M... IDARROIV, R. T .... DAVIS, A. C.. .. DAVIS, J. T.. .. IDEIZTS, S. R. .. IHELPINO, J. C... . DEI. ATALLIC, P. A. DE Rooms, I.. R... IJUIIYNS, G. B.. . IFOLLARIIIDE, E. S DII1'III:, D. D ..... IRASTON, G. H .... I'lI.ImI:IIoE, H. G. . F.xIzNswoII'1'II, J. S. . . . If'.xInz.xII, R.. M .... FIIILD, J. M., Jn.. FISIIHII, H. A .... ISLYNN. C. YV .... I"oII'rsoN, R. M. . . I"III:NcII, F. G. . .. FIIIIZNII, T. H. II. CIAMIILI-I, M. C., Jn CILANN, A. IC .... GLI2NNoN, P. T.. GI.ovI-in, R. O .... fIf'lIJl"RICY, V. II.. Cnml-, II. NX ..... I-II.xILnI, I. M... GIL.xN.x'1', YV. .. . .. CIIIIMBI, II. I"., Jn Onovn, O. XV .... IIAe'ron, XV. S... New York, N. Y. .kIllSlC'1'Cl?Illl, N. Y. Chicago, Ill. Nagle Grove, Iowa. Boston, Mass. Hamilton, Ohio. 'l'c-xarkana, Ark. Jaeksloliville, Fla. East Orange, N. .I. I.emars, Iowa. New I.onIlon, CoInI. Lincoln, Neb. XVaverley, Mo. Clarksburg, Mal. Philadelphia, Pa. San Turze, Porto Rico New York, N. Y. VVashington, D. C. Foreman, Ark. Center, Tex. Ann Arhor, Mieh. Memphis, Tenn. Cincinnati, Ohio. Viiahpeton, N. D. San Juan, Porfo Rieo. Salisbury, N. C. Somerville, N. J. Washington, D. C. Toledo, Ohio. Morgantown, VV. Va. Louisville, Ga. Cortland, N. Y. Ilrooklyn, N. Y. Allanla, UH. Fiielilnirgf, Mass. Des Moines, Iowa. Ilonolnln, II. I. San l'll'JllIf'lSi'lD, Cal. Brooklyn, N. Y. XVOllllDIll'y, N. J. Avilslllllgflill, D. C. F20 H.xIIIIIsoN, II. H. H... I'I.x're1I, A. G ........ H.XZI,lZ'1"F, IC. IC., Jn. . . IIENNINII, Ii. R. ..... . TIICKS, YV. A... . . . Hll.I., G. C .... Hool-S, I.. I3 ........ . IIoI:N, R. III: S ....... HoIIoII, IC. B. . . . . . Howknn, A. I" ...... . Hl'N'l'PIll, H. O'D ..... HUNTooN, I". C.. TIVTCIIINSON, M. VV ISAACS, E. Y. M ...... JENKINS, S. P ....... .IoNnIzIc.xII, R. J .... .. ISELI., C. O ..... .. . KIIILY, R .... . . . ITING, A. E .... ICINNE, M. T ........ ISIRBY, I.., Jn... KNIJIII, J. B .... KIIINEII, G. C ........ ITYTJC, J. R., JII. .. I..xI4'Im'I'Y, P. G.. . . I..xMoN'r, G. P ..... .. IUXNIJIS, A. .... l.I2IN, C. I. .... I.I4:oN.xnn, N. J ...... . I.I:wIs, C. Ill. .. ... I.IcwIs, J. M. . .. I.IcwIS, I.. S ..... I.IInf:Now, F. K ...... . I.oNIcIIG.xN, S. J ..... . I.onI-:Nz, XV. J ...... . I.ow, F. S ..... I.I'SK, J. C ......... . MCCixI4'I1'nI4:v, I". A. . . . ll'lCCOACII, IC. S ...... MCCoImIIeK, I.. D. . . . MeCnI:.x, J. I. ........ Chieago, Ill. San Ifraneia-seo, Cal. Abilene, Kan. xV1lSlllllglOI1, D. C. Dacleville, Ala. xV2lSlllIlfIlOll, D. C. Middletown, COIHI. Bosion, Ga. XYCllSilllI'gI, XV. Va. Comiskey, Kan. Savannah, Ga.. Roek Island, Ill. Havre, Montana. Cliieago, Ill. XVI?-hh City, Mo. FI. Dodge, Iowa. No-me, Alaska. New York, N. Y. Roanoke, Va. Gloversville, N. Y. No. Haekensaek, N. J. St. Peier, Minn. Mt. Carmel, Pa. I.yIlClllJlll'gI, Va. Cleveland, Ohio. Pasamlena, Cal. Oxford, N. C. Fergus Falls, Minn. FI. VVayne, Incl. I.anIira, O. Dallas, Tex. Auburn. N. Y. Spokane, XVash. Broken Bow, Neh. Tremonf, Pa. XVI-sri NI-w'ron, Mass. Reno, Nev. Peru, Incl. Philaclelphia, Pa. Iierryville, Va. lNIarlel'Ife, Miell. Z-132' mmmvm ff' ll i i H' ulglIll'wx1 'lll1 I llllwmirliwi N M I "Ill ii W H W ' All " 'f.'ff::' liiuiliiilliit i ill. lilEIl!!lliI.i.lilyliliw., -'vx- Z, -' '4'- " ,,,, 5, ummu nnuuml uu4,Mu,l uuuuu Algl miumilm lgglx M LAALAAIAL ulnluuu llnlk IIIIIIMIMAIAIMIUIUAHUUIIU IILA IMI! llllllk llUlllllUlllUUUlUUM'uUMMMuhuu MAHEII, S. A ...... BIAIIER., J. E .... IVIAIIONEY, J. J ..... INIAIL, F. M., Jn ..... IAIANLY, J. MCC .... M.xnsII.xI.I., P. .... . NIATTESON, S. H .... MEYEIIS, H. M ..... BIILLER, M. C ...... IVIINNIS, J. A ..... . MI'rCIIEI.L, R. J .... BIOORE, I.. R .... .. IWORGAN, P. C ...... NIYERS, VV. H ...... NEFF, L. G ........ NELSON, R. MCK, JR.. NEI.SON, IV ........ NIMITZ, O ......... NUNNALI.Y, YV. J. . . O.NPIII.I., O. E ...... OSBORN, C. F ........ OVEIIESCH, H. E .... PADDOCK, H. E ..... PARKINSON, R. M.. PARTI-:LI.o, M. C .... PECK, DEM' ........ PENNOYER, F. VV., JII.. PERRY, B. F ....... PEYTON, T. G ..... PIGMAN, N. M ..... PIKE, VV. H. A., Jn... PORTZ, VV. P ....... POWERS, M. IV ..... PREAS, R. A .... .. PRESTON, K. ...... . QIIYNN, A. G .... . RARISE1', H. C ...... RAY, J. S ....... .. RHEA, P. MCC ..... RICHARDS, F. G .... RICIIARDSON, C. G.. Norwalk, Conn. Scranton, Pa. Worcester, Mass. Vincennes, Ind. Columbus, O. New York, N. Y. Nassau, Minn. Millhall, Pa. Boston, Mass. Montgomery, Ala. New Britain, Conn. Monticello, Ill. New London, Conn. Connellsville, Pa. New York, N. Y. Peekskill, N. Y. Minneapolis, Minn. Kerrville, Tex. Rome, Ga. New I.ondon, Conn. St. Joseph, MO. LaFayette, Ind. Charlevoix, Mich. Boise, Idaho. IVashington, D. C. Clayton, N. Y. East Orange, N. J. Jefferson, Ohio. Charlestown, IV. Va. Concordia, Kan. Reno, Nev. Newcomerstown, Ohio. Rochester, N. Y. Johnson City, Tenn. IVashington, D. C. Frederick, Md. Paterson, N. J. Chicago, Ill. Fayetteville. Ark. Newcastle, Me. IVaterbury, Conn. IIING, M. I. ..... . ltI'rCIIIE, O. H.. . RUCKXVELI., J. II. IIUCKIVELI., S. G.. IIOYAI., I". B. . . .. ScIII.ossn.xCII, I. . SCo'r'r, I.. B. . . . . SIII:I.I.EY, 'I' ..... . SIIOEAIAKEII, J. M SIIOIPNIQR, VV. J... S1Il'nI.xIcIf:n, S. R. SnI.xI.I., J. D SAIITII, A. E ..... SMITII, F. B ..... SNICLLING, IV. M. SI-Euler, M. I... Ju Srn.xoI'E, J. H., Jn Srluous, M. H .... S'rEnM.xN, I.. I... . S'l'I'Il'IIAN, A. R.. S'I'Rl'BI.lZ, A. D. . . YFIIOBIAS, A. C... . Y 'FIIOlNIAS, M . D... 'I'Isn.xI.E, R. D. . . TOVEY, H. O ......... UnIs'rI:n, XIIC KICK Y VICKIIEY, C. C ....... VVAGNEII, F. D ....... IVAI.KEn, M. J ....... VVATSON XVEIInI:nBCIzN, C. F... XVILEY, H. V ........ AVINSLONV, VV. ...... . AVl'l'IIICRS, N. . . . . . . . IVoon, G. III ......... v Vt oon, I.. ........... . VVO'1'IIICIISPOON, A. AVRIGIIT, R. R ....... VVUn'rEI.E, A. R ...... XVYNNE, VV. M. A S. ......... . , II. L ....... ,D.C ........ Hudson, N. Y. Salt Lake City, Utah M'ellsville, N. Y. Cleveland, Ohio. Montclair, N. J. Asbury Park, N. J. Johnston, N. C. YVashington, D. C. Helena, Mont. Sonoma, Cal. Indiana, Pa. Little Rock, Ark. Dctroit, Mich. Muskogee, Okla, Athens, Ga. XVaterbnry, Conn. Owosso, Mich. Pa.uldin0', Ohio, C' Seattle, IVash. . . . ..Washington, D. C. Portland, Ore. Scranton, Pa. Nashville, Tenn. Annapolis, Md. IVatseka, Ill. XVilkes Barre, Pa. Cleveland, Ohio. Lawrence, Kan. Pottstown, Pa. Iowa. City, Iowa. Breckenridge, Mich. Chevy Chase, Md. Chillicothe, Mo. Saco, Maine. WVashington, D. C. New York, N. Y. Birmingham, Ala. VVashington, D. C. Fairbury, Neb. Minneapolis, Minn. New York, N. Y. wc- stoofl watch ancl watch 2 1 cb Q-3 O x -tv ,-i J cz 7 , Q. FQ NS! FXJ 0 L :Ji N 3 .gk Q WFGQ A4090 ,Q 5 , i n 0 Tw! 0 VU -N .' 1' 1112 ergo 'tile C L. ,.-- ff . , mam sf. ,- - 'fffffifii I GIHST, wc hacl Plclw Suninn-r, which ot' courst- wc in-vcr app1't-ciatcrl until ahout Scptcnilmcr 150, 1911. Thcn cann- A-Xl'2LflClll1l' Yr-ar with thu lt-sson that plt-hrs is ph-In-s. well taught in tht- ll2LSUlllL'llt, nicss- hall. Stuclics worrircl ns nnorc than nppcrclass- invn. Many a ph-hv gan' up tht- ghost, anal a string of plt-who coflins lvft cvt-ry clay in 1"cbruary. Thu harclicr oncs Nlll'V1YL'll until Junt- 'T finally arrivucl anal 1'lt-hc Ycar was lost in tht- scntlic on Lovers' Lanc. That L'VL'll1llg' tht- Class of 1915 Illilfll' its rlchut at tht- Farcwcll Ball. Thr- following claysll clit-s iran'-wc L-inharkccl with .joyous anticipation on thc BIilSN2li'l1llSC1'1S, tht- vt-tg-ran of two iniclship1nun's crnisus. That night. rlcstroyurl nnich of our joy, for tht- niain th-ck was lilw a poorly vt-ntilatccl sarclinc box. llonclay wc clroppccl clown the hay, wallowing hchincl tht- Utah and tht- Uclawarc. In tht- Hoacls wc voalcd, a more pastiniv coinparrcl to our latcr cxpt-1'ium'c, ancl thcn ln-aclucl all alone for northern waters. Saturclay wc rcacliccl Provincutown: in tht- Illl'2lI1t1Ill0 wc- hail luarncct tht- llll1JLtl'L'llCC hctwccn thu t'o'c's'l an-cl tht- qnartcr-alccli. also what 319.30-fl.-Illfllltll gruh is Aftcr two won-ks conin lllll1Ull with Haw Point Light anal Pilgrini Monu- nn-nt, wc rt-slnnccl "sua-going," anchoring in Garrlim-r's Bay. HL-rc was our hast- ot' opt-rations, with wack-cncls at New Loncloin anal Newport. Hcrc we swaln twic-cr a clav-wc had Swcmlish hazing 1-vt-rv lllUl'lllllf,f-llllilt mlrillsf gallcy ran-us in tht- S2lll1llg1ZlllIlCl1ll'S for varit-t.y turrct rlrills uncncling. For nn-ntal lllVL'l'Sl0ll wt- slu-tclnwl anchors, hoiln-rs, anml wrote at lcngth on Collision inats ancl 01llL'1'lH'lC'2l.-lJ1'2lC. l'ontra.ry to fornn-r crah-cruisc nsagc, wt- scrnhln-cl our own vlotln-s, prusnlnahly in saltwatt-r. Bancroft Hall stanclarcls ot' clcanli- . . . 7 nt-ss wvrc forgottt-n ancl wc amloptt-cl instt-all thosv of p'l'lll1l'V2ll nian. V1 0 sllovc-lc-fl Coal anrl hoistucl asht- rw' clrovt- tht- Massy at 11 knots ltor :L hall-honrj on thu flash to Boston. 1Vhilt- llllIll,'l'W2l1 ln-aw-rl tht- lm-:ul c-onstantly Qzcro in occupations:astiirningg ont rl in ,N I at. 5 A. lf. to ln-avc thc 11-a 1400 fathonislj i V S . 210 X awww .wr I it f - .- ff'ml'E'l"'ltltll'9 " ' "1 VNU ' ll" Ml! W U1,l,"uUlll'lll""""lll' 'e'mn'i 1 ' llll lllllill ' Jllll 1l1l 'ftllilkl Wm lll llu W llillll " 1 lil lll ,- .... 'vllwqi .elle l W mlm i ul lf! ll'-U ilti lf' i H till! e- t lH'1'iY 1l1r!l'5l'lllilll llflhriliriiilil 3' H luVll"" Alllill' llllll ll' l'lIllH"' "'lllll'l' Nl?" lrlwl lilmlll in i 1 'i-imit- Ml I W V M ,ff 'WVL-'ve shoveled from hunkers Wx 'J '., mr and barges also: , s In cutters and whalehoats we've learned how to row. , '11 V 5-:SIQ U i h 'fig' '- YVL-'ve laid att to awnings and hoisted the boats And in our spare lnonlents we've written our notes. Un the hallyhoo 1Iassy," etc. VVe were crowded and hard- worked, the food was poor, the water nauseating, the pap-sheets loaded,-hut, we had fine liberties, with more money to spend than had those who were with the tleet. New London and the Griswold treated us royally, with Newport a close second. VVe received at tln'ee hops on the quarter-deck, the last one being lneinorallle as our farewell to New London. Boston and Revere Beach were interesting, while New York liberty and the 'iVVlIlS0ll1C XVidow" were the hest of all. Even Provincetown liberty recalls some strange experiences such as plehe year never produced. There were lnany things we with reason did not like, yet it was a profitable sunnner, clustering with reminiscences innuineralile. Late in August we embarked the football squad in the Roads, landed them at Annapolis, picked up the third steamer, and went to SOlOI11OI1iS. There we spent an infinitely weary three days, and then "Up anchor li sf". for home." August, 29th we diseinharked, on the eve of young- ster leave, each lnan owning' at least half the universe. Back to Ban- croft Hall after a glorious leave, with none of the worries of plehes-it looked good. However.C'alc and Skinny rudely -b broke in upon our blissful dreams, and many a youngster. e X h a usted hy a struggle with Rho or reactions, wishes that he was hack on the hlassy, standing a mid-watch after an eleven o'clock liberty. Q11 Nw' MZ, Q 'ff CQ F if Z gp Af.' ?9 N V V 06' b its E' 9' ,- f ' ff? A Q57 -X r L YCHZ-TQ .. 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A PI.IN ICPPICS EVANS G. AA II. B. Blm.xl1Foo'l'. BROAVN, I. I" Buxxmm. G. If. IAVIIIIANS, A. IJ. C.x1u.suN, AI. U. Ii B CAR N IC Y C.xlu'1f:NTI-ilk. Cum, 'I'. DE CARIII xcrrox, D. AI. AV. AV. S. O. B. Cfxlzsux, J, H, Cxslfzv. AV. R. C.xI'r.lJw12I.I.. CRCII.. C. P. C11.u.1I12ns. T. I.. 1 w I 1l.xl-UNI-1. fl. I. w 4 LI..xI.llolcN. B. II. I. C'oclm.xNli. C'nm.11: '. Comm-Zn. C00l'I'III. Ii I" C'm.x-1. AI. C'0M1"1'0N. J. I , x 'I'. II.. Jn. I.. 'I' A D Cowmcs, AA. B. cI0AVl.l'IY, P. Ii. l'n.xru. C. C'R.xvlcN. I". B. IJ.xc:I'l4:. B. S. . H,l4:x', J. Ii. Q13 IJAVIIISUN. G. IJ. IJAVIS. J. Ix. Ihvlsux. Ii. IC. IJoYl.li. J. II.. Jn. I,l'IJI.I'IY, S. III. DUKE. AV. IC. IJUNBAR. J. B. I7l'n.xNT. A. Dvmzlx. C. 'I'. ' ' J I'..xIu.1-1. B. I. I'1.xnNlI.xlm'l'. Ii. S. ICM rznsox. A. 'I'. I'IlUclcsoN. U. AV. Ifllclcssorv. IC. I.. ICVANS. C. Ii. I".xI1,1Nu. B. V. A I".xI-.I.oN, II. N. I'II2CII'l'I'II.I'IIl. AA. AI I"lcl N mux. AV. AA I"1sKl-3, I.. S. I'II'1'L'II, I7. B. I'II.0UlI. B. P. I'I0I.l1IY. 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Z11m1.1. II. IV. 1 f I I K ld Z is ?LEsEsisFLs2Ge1 M 3 f YN IRS1 there was Plehe Summer. Hot -Lordy! can't you smell the stencil ink and that salt sea air that is the special peculiarity of t'rabtown Harhor? Drills, drills, drills+in- fantry, seamanship, steam, gymna- sium-ahove all, gymnasium. Feet. close! Feet full, open! "livery Swed- ish movement, has a meaning all its l own." But. we grew fat on it, and hav- ing learned a few of the tricks of the trade, laughed up our sleeves when the bilgers prophecied the terrors of Aca- demic Year. And then it came upon us! Five hundred Kings with two hundred and sixty subjects-even the proverbial "two mokes and a gyrenen could not express the extent of our serfdom. But we learned something new every day- not all from books-an-d despite our confinement to the reservation, it was not monotony that spoiled the charm of life. 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'ss-Y? if .4 . . . 'fx' s -if ,, ,ESQ-.., by Rf-Qi' ru wrygf V 41 .- . . -1224-11 fi--..,'-444.1157 1?-5-ff 'W-"'Ef1v"'i"!,3H1.' 1 2 .4 . 451+ r 'f'- ff+ -1::4"- -"s .2 " ' ' up LLQJQ. f f ' '-' UQ ff." . QL A4 ,,,, , Y 'L A A ' x v-aff , ...vi-wx..,. gf " ff 12 'l , '.. - . A ""7l1?If?iM4I.52gg1- . .:,,4 4 V ' "-'44--Z. .4 .4 4gg5f4jI2'f . .5-4 .ziag t z f z yh 5 VW lv I . .JN .R ,. J-.5LT.c :L l'l'll the summer of 1919 there was inaugu- rated an entirely new method of sending the midshipmen on practice cruise. This radical departure con- sisted in assigning the First and Second Classes to the ships of the Atlantic Fleet, while the new-made Youngsters were put ahoard the U. S. S. Massa- chusetts for a cruise along the coast. The First Division of the Fleet came to Annapolis and received its quota, ot' mid- shipmen on June Sth, the com- plements for the Second Divi- sion joined their ships at Hampton Roads the following week, while the midshipmen de- tailed to the Second Scpiadron proceeded to southern waters as passengers ahoard the San Francisco. 'l'he nature ot' this cruise and the very different experiences of the midshipmen on the various ships render impossihle a. complete account of the summcr's adventurcsg as a substitute, we present the impressions gained from several viewpoints. ABOARD THE DREADNAUGHTS "Four N Yell, one Navy, and three First Division's!" lt was heartily given, and as the Standish swung slowly out from her moorings we waved a reluctant farewell to the fluttering handkerchiefs and parasols on the sea-wall, and turned our eyes toward the four huge dreadnaughts, Florida, Utah, North Dakota, and Delaware, which were anchored far out in the roadstead. These were to he our home for the summer, and in spite of the memories of the recent glories ot' .Iune Week, it was not without eagerness that we looked forward to this cruise with the Fleet. NN'e were now to see for ourselves the marvelous and highly eiiicient "fleet methods" so constantly dimied in our ears hy profs and discipline otlicers. 1"rom the very start, this cruise was as different from those nightmares ot' Youngstcr and Sec- ond Class summcrs as the Florida is different from the Massie. The day after emliarkation the Dela- ware hunch were granted mid- night lihertyg and they visited not only the City of Annapolis hut 230 P I F u V U 1 P P N K 4- umm-ww-mnnnVmnrv-ww .vvv wmvirrvvuvvvvvvvvvmvnwvrvrmvvmnvnnvinvmw NV Q K ymmmmW,,m,,,m m,mmm,mmmmy. , gf -' k,',, . 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In the Hrst plziee, our quiu'te1's fm' snrpzissecl thone in whieh we had smnelmw lllllllllgiil to exist in the Cmh Fleet. On the Utah, llllClS'llll5Hl0Il were neeupying wine of the stuternnins intended for an zldiiiii-nl's staff, and the Florida gang had the t'i'ec-ilnin of the J. O. Messmmn. For us there was no more seruhhing of elothes and llJlllllllHl'iiN, :nml in many eases no llilllllll0C'liS to swing :ind lush. for ents heezime the style 0!ll'lf' in the snmnier. The generiil mess fare. with El few added clelieuc-ies, was quite an iinpi-im-ment HX'l'l' our forniei' expel-ienees. Bllil-X!'Illl'lll'S were rare indeeclg :incl heat of all. reveille was usually zlt 7:30. On the Florida it was the eustmn not to turn out until the llllllL'l' wrnfln-uiiglit on the tahle: I,ihei'ty IIROVWCETOWN was llll'llll'illl, and on some ships a tew club lm-:uve now and then was not un- ' Vltllllllllll. XYe went to Boston to help the liesnn- eznters eelelnmte Bunker lflill Day: when Ei!eu.'k:.'Zt.zfii we ri-:uneml :ulune in the streets we were V .' i ,., Q32 . - qm ky 'mmm mn num rn mum-vu mm v mm v mvmmnm mmwmnmvmmmmmnwnvvnnmm rvmmnvmvmmmvmr 46,-U-33" t l I Ui il I V itfiiimiiliwrmm lt 'I Wiiiliwwiiiiiii ivjjifalwiiilffiil si to .l .... ........,...,, , . "W - fi-' ' I BELFAST usually taken for bandsnien or Salvation -Xriny oilicers, and a fcw days at the hub of the universe was quite sutlicient for inost of us. .Ks a place to make a big liberty, Provincetown was, of course, entirely out of the question. But in Newport. where we spent most of the -iunnner, we were duly appreciated by the suninicr girls, and showed our gratitude by 'treat- ing thein to the pleasure of our eonipanv as often as possible. The dances at the hotels and casinos were never eoinplete without us, and many parties on shipboard helped to make life merry. But there was a more serious aide to the cruise. and we found it quite the most valuable practical experience we could hope to get as inidshipinen. The amount of work we did depended largely on the character of the otlieer in ehargeg on some ships several note books were needed to contain the vast quantities of Nav. and general information with which we were expected to fill our idle brains, while on others sextants beeaine inouldy with dust and sketching subjects were unknown. Un all ships, however, our perforrnanee ot' watch and division duties niet with general approval. and we are brnld to say that the impression which we left with the otlieers. of the Fleet was far better than , , - I they had expected to receive. 1 Q iiil It was a good cruise: the insight we had into -s Q - the real Navy torins an invaluable part ot our prepa- --- L 1 1'2ltlUl1 for the Service. 'lhe sea duty of former 5 A sunnners was not to he compared to thisg but when we diaeniharked, every nian of us was glad that the next time he shipped he would be Ensign. V. S. N. 5. u 'lvl 5.54 LEW iYQ33 ,g rms-v rrmvmlvrnvvnvvnmvmmmmmvmmvvvvrmmwwmmwwmv " ' l ll A fl x 1,1 JAH! 1 mi Mimi sph' 5 Mmm HW p 1 full 1 1111 , - . 1 it alll 1 tttt flll't11tl1'tllt 1-1 at . . 1- Q55-Citi? tt'Wlittt1l1ii'71ttt t 1 1 tltl t lm tn. lm l 1 mtl tilt 1t1'l11'tWll 1 'N 1 M 'tr ltlllll. ,t"1f1lQ1w11t1will K -,A, , ............i...,..:pg .... 1 .... ..... ..AA ,, ,,.A ., , K , ,..,A -.t,g--..-a,....,...x....1...,L.. ,,..,4-"' 'Q '1 ,Of P uu.111..uman.1.-H-f NAVY YARD NAVIGATORS The c-11-11tf11l vruise of the n1idsl1ipnn-n of thi- Svc-ond Division hegan with a. wcvk ahoard thv ll. S. S. Banc-roft Hall. illlll vxvept for the Ala- hama, sho was the slow- cst sl1ip any of us were aboard all sunmu-r. But coniparvd witl1 the dc- lights of illl 0Vt'l'f'l'0XVllPKl P2lS'S6Ilg.fi"l' ship like the Frisco, wc wi-rv wcll Con- tc-nt with stvain drills, Uago lL'L'tlll'CH, thrvv squarvs a day, a11d Crab- lllWll lil1c1'tic-s. YVC en- dured this blissful exist- mncw' for a wi-vk, tln-n stowc-d our dunnagfc ahoard thc Standish, Zlllll startcd gaily down the hay U11 the swift little- liaih-y. Our first 1'Xlll'l'lt'lli'l' at t0l'lN'lllI-lllliltlllg was lltlt just the pivnic' party wt- llilll antivipatvdg huddlc-d undvr the tiny awnings to fi11d shvltcr from the 1-iin and spray, thosi- ot' us who l1ad 11ot lost o11r hrcakfasts l1ad littlt- relish for lunch, and wa- wv1't- glad 1-nougli to find thx- lll'0Etil-llClllllt'Kl Standish at llampton Roads, ready to ll'JlllAt.t'1' IIS lil tllll' SllllllllCl' llUllll'S. The wuck of lllZlllL'llYt'l'S otl' Cape- Hvnry st-1-11-ml to gin' us! our st-a lugs, Illlil get us sllillil'll clown in o11r nm-w quartvrs. Two ww-ks aftm-r thc l'l2ll't'XVl'll Ball we wrrv at anchor oft Annapolis whilv 1-n routt- to llaltiniorv. and had not yvt lll'L'l1 out ot' sight ot' land,- surm-Iy a. si-a-going 1-ruisv! Win-n wi- roam-lu-d tln- 1-onvcntion vity, thc Louisiana illlll Kansas wt-nt up to Canton llollow, and moori-d ln-twt-1-11 a t'c1'tilim'r favtory o11 onc sidc Zlllll the malodorous, slimy, stagnant watt-r of the uppi-r harlwor on thc otha-r, whili- thc Nrw Ha111p- shiri- and South t'aroliua rt-niaim-d at the quarantinc Zllll'llUl'?lQIl' oppositc' Sparrow's Point. lilll' first two ships had thc plvasant duty of 1'lltl'l't2lllllllQ,I swarms of visitors, whilc the others swung pt-ac'ct'ully to thc tide i11 thc- ht-at ot' a llaltiniorc- Slllllllll'l'. .Xu ond to tht- dvllghts ot llaltnnort- vann- all too soon. As a pre-vursor of what was i11 store- for 11s thi- rm-st of thc sunnm-r. the South Carolina's C'0llll3ll'llll'llt was dividcd ainong ' ' ' G and the division sta-ann-d out of the hay with tln- Louisiana hound for Bristol, thc- Kansas for Gloucester, Zlllll thi- New Ilampshire for liar llarhor. l11 tht-so hospitalilt- ports wc l'ltll'lll'?llPfl our first 1XlllL'l'lC'Elll lfourth of July in thc- othm-r Sllllls wlwn she lvtt us tor drv-dovli. tlirvc' vm-ars. tht-n put to st-a again to 1oin tht- lflcct at Newport. The IllUl'llllI,fI after our ll'l'lX'ill ocC111'1'c'd thc' first of ilu' st-rim-s of mishaps that made tht- Cruisc adventurous: during a . Ill s 1 w 1o1 1 -' s11 n 1 ,,, ds1 K ol 1" .Y 1 1' ' F1130 W' V " l' vrl ' '. 'is1'1 ' -J- -' : - A-' : 's Q thrilling JlllYt'llilIl't', and thc' ra-st ' ot' lls tool: gfllll-flt'l'li siglils wht-n t"" " '- Q, -rs As.. fa g X sw u I I 1 , s 1 ,if ' . ' - 0 , , T. 'U fir I Q. . 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L vmvvvwnn mm vvmvm vnnmmmvvvvmmmmvrmnmrrmvmmnm rm- mlmmmnnmmmvwwmmvmvrnmvmmmwmvmmmvmr i M il lil-U41 f I W 'lf I T illlll : V N T iii W iw'iri wal rm i 1' llljfllltllijvtifuf wliiiiwiii ivei iiiiii I l H r I V V W i in ri iillm nillugw H IIAVANA were transferred to the Alahaina, a, east-off relie of XVorld Cruise daysg her niaehinery was in bad Condition Cxnelted a. hearing lietween the Navy Yard and ToinplvzinsvilleJ, and after a week Spent putting the ship in shape she eouldnit go faster than six knots. By using foreed draft we managed to get into Newport against the tide, and tllUl'C we lay at anehor while the Fleet maneuvers were going' on outside. Finally the old ship wheezed down the eoast to the Hotel C-hainherlain, where we hid her a fond farewell and went on leave rejoieing. And now the profs' wonder why we bust on Nav P-works. WITH THE SECOND SQUADRON Those of us who were assigned to the Third and Fourth Divisions will never forget our trip on the lfriseog we did not expeet to have lllillly comforts. but a third of a hueket of fresh water twice a day inade Crah Cruise ac-eoininodations appear palatial. Had it not heen for the diversions of investigating the inner workings of Naval Defense Mines, the whole passenger list would have been forty per eent before we reaehed Key XVest. Our happy dreams of recent June Vfeek would he rudely routed hy the hos'n's hoarse eall, "Now all the inidship- men awin,g' in their own billetsf' or Leighton falling from dreainland to Ireland as he dropped ten fi et into the Harp! hannnoek. But the weather was line, and we steznned through Nea, of jelly fixh with Piekering the only philanthropist willing to feed them. 4214 ff" Q36 H I... , "LQ-is :.. Ez 1 WWII YWII1 IIWWWYWVI YVIVWNTVWYIYYWWWYWNWYIYIYWVIIYWINVYIYWYH YIWIVI' YV WmmUllWWWWWm1mmWWmY I . -' -ebx lb A' . ...Q- A.. ?. ..,,... tr W r,,iW1. jr It WMU Hrlufr V AAA k I pimp. L U.-,vs ,M 7 ., I - ' l . eg Lrartm .Ta " . 'Q ..L.....-,,,, L' - 1 T A Y ' ITA M PTO N ROADS XVith joy in our hearts we sighted the reefs of ,Key Vt'est, and cheered the New Jersey, Nehraska, and Georgia complements who left us to join their ships. In the Island City, with it's one cafe and solitary ice-cream parlor, we left Shanty O'Keefe and Christy Mathews to their conquests with the fair ones, and slipped out of the harhor at sunset, waking next morn- ing to find Morro Castle in full view. It was not without a thrill that we passed the Maine's iirst grave as the Frisco joined the XVashington and Rhode Island at the anchorage. The rustv hell of the old castle answered our salute and welcomed us for our Short stay at Havana,- jus-t long enough to disemhark our comrades, glowing with anticipation of adventures among the revolutionists. lVith the ship's company thinned down to normal proportions, the trip under the heautiful southern skies to Guantanamo was really enjoyable. and we made port on the tenth day out from Crahtown. There was great excitement among the Mississippfs complement, for they were hustled to "the front" at once. and came hack with thrilling tales of having seen a rehel camp in the distance. Our first days of acquaintance with the tropic sun were enlivened hy early morning trips to Caimanera with the market hoat, drills on the rifle range, and ,swim- ming parties over on Hiacacal Beach. It was a happy day when the collier came alongside to fill our hunkers for the trip north, and on July fith we started for our own United States. Pointing drills and Nav. occupied the days at sea. NVe were all anxious to get to a home port,vsix weeks without seeing a. white man's restaurant was an awful punishment to most of us. The delay in the fog oi? Narragansett was an aggravation, hut the time we had when we hit the heach made up for many dcprivations. ,X few days in Newport and Jamestown served to put us in form, so that we were ahle to compete socially with our class- mates who had stayed in the north. Then we visited New London, the town made famous hy tales of the old coast c1'uises. Doc YValton acted as guide for us, and we took in everything from Ocean View to the Griswold. To make complete our tour of the East Coast. the Second Sf1lliICll'Ull,7Elll that was left of its-ended thc summer hy an excursion into the Bay of Fundy. Then we sailed for Hampton Roads and Annapolis, and it was a happy crowd of midshipmen who sighted Bancroft Hall on the morning of August 29th. their last practise cruise completed. . .V V. 9,55 t ax . ,, .Q- -, D GUANTANABIO 237 we MH 'wsaaiz r FPGT' TOM Mfwy ReQuE6'r.5,buT FEW wwe GRANTED X I x A A sv:-iv-1 A 7 ,f gg yy? xg 1 , U .. 2 y 7 ,ff f fi 27 7 :W W 1 -- i f ' '24 ffif il.. fic O i it fgiiiigfigg 5 ifgf aff vfiiif 77g 2 aff? 1,0 i Q0 4 -.: -122 . S 'ee fiiiiwi ,ig 1.9. fi V' 5, ,ggswef eiei e fffffefwf -V s N the evening of September 29, 1911, the "l'lass of 19155, U. S. N. A." met at the New lvillard Hotel in lVashington, to celebrate in feast and song the "halfway mark" of the four- year hatching period in llncle Sam's Naval Utlicer Incubator. They were the seasoned salts of two sea-going foreign cruises, the survivors of the perils of "Youngster Calc," and the proud boasters of two "Sept. leaves,"fwell qualified, in fact. to mark their progress by the t1'aditional "Second Vlass Supper." It was a bountiful feast, all right, as any of the partaliers thereof will testify. Also, some very clever speeches were made, this fact being proved by the list of "'1'oasts" on the llenu Card. But little heed was paid either to food or to orations, for before the second course was served, the ships of "ISHS," from dreadnought to des- troyer, were steaming along under forced draft, down rivers of Sparkling Burgundy, across bays offlaret and Haute Sauterne, and on to the ocean of YVhite Seal Champagne beyond, thankful that YVhiteRock, at least, had no "jagged edges" for them to fear. Under such conditions, the memory of man is not susceptible to impression. Therefore, although several members of the class are "pretty Sllffl, that a flash- light. photograph was taken, and others "almost ccr- tainf' that we sang our class song,-:elm h'l101'l'S? Of one fact, however, we are all positive,-that it. was a grand and glorious occasion, never before equaled, and never to be surpassed. 239 v' 1' 5 'F 'w f-.fi Q55-Iii' - F-arf-ki' 'W' ?u- S lawS01xg 1913 CLASS SONG U. S. N. A. ,EV 'N CHAS.A.ZlMMlRH.ANN -L-W' , - . S A l U.S.N.L. 'k, ,E.hE5P44-1,341.5 4' There'sgood redlblood inthe Nav-y boys,Hea.r9.stl1at:re loy-sl too, For E4?5iiEEEE "I'EE ' i I -5 J L ' V Hi r r Qfzagm - f 2 221- ' P -.- . 5 V " S , 4' E Iv E' 0 , if-xr .efmQ'a:w1.4g4ea-- pw Gm? wEstind and for na-ty gnd,And for our Sweet hearts trueg.,g'here'a v ': 1 1 'A' ' F D f U '-Qi' 4 J A Y e I' 2 P V P 'EEE' ,gg good red wme for the saxl-ore joya,Then drmk to eTh1r-teen Class,.. We . . 5 1 --- 5 4 P H 4-Jig J J U D-V U T. D x Q.,-ga, -P-2 gf +-4 r 5l 'ar S m , Y A S gf sim :J S-EQWQH' my Q' plldgegurlives forthe Na vyboya, So fill up the jnvy- ous glass... 4:52524 P7 Fg3:S45lEk7'Q.Pw Q wa 0 f I G- if 5 5115 .m F 'E Wit, 2 E r V19 S57 'JM' ' ' L +f5"" , --1. ,cf ,ff ' '," pCl'f'f'Qg--ix V : T5 XT, 1 ' A x ff I K 1 Cl-A ' f M ll NSONGI5 x '13 llhnlv lx 1. , HC llffrr'-.'ll1u1p lu' 5, lx lWJVVIlIlf'. 4 A I A give 4, 75' is . , may .w,..',,J 1, gg is -92? -Q ' mlm" ' .NJ I i 231:51 2? paw 133532: 55319-u , 1 gigwgr. ,Q ' f ifyfi-f A- gsgmyfffq -jk LL Hands Up Anchorf, It was almost a 1 prayer that came, deep voiced, from the l Brigade as Navy lined up against Bucknell on November 9th. And when the final whistle blew, with the score board showing G'Navy 7-Opponent I 1'Z'," it was a grim and silent crowd that filed from the stand. VVQ had started the season with iff, brilliant prospects: nine N559 men in 1 the game, a schedule planned for steady development, with small Eastern college teams to practice on, leading up to the Army who had a squad ot' inexperienced players to develop. The Hopkins game was won by a narrow margin-but that was the first one, the team was not yet in condition, in a few weeks we would see some comfortable Navy scores. The next Saturday came Lehigh, hoping to hold Navy to a few' points :iohi but it was bitter to see them walk oft with their touchdowns-our first defeat 'in three years! Once on the tolbo-ggan, it seemed ll that the slump would never T 1: stop. Captain Rodes was temporarily out of the game, new material was being tested, and Swarthmore had an easy victory. The team braced somewhat before the next game, and Pittsburgh had to be content with scor- ing on us. And the follow- ing' Friday we won from VVestern Reserve, playing in COL. TIIODIPSON INIANAGER DA UG IITRY CAPTAIN RODES ,SL- ""+1-S vrmmrvvm mm v vmmmvvm mmmmrvmvmmmvvmwvmrvrn mmmvm l lmmllmm lllI1lilUllllmllllllll'l'lllll F'l 1 Hull' 'uuiym H ' f ul l y p 1 AA A,, l..lllllllilllll1il1lllllllllllllllll ' IIA Ll. the rain. Confidence was coming hack, tl1e horizon was clearing, Zlllfl we could see a fighting chance ahead. Then-Navy lost to Bucknell. VVill any 1112111 i11 the Brigade, least of all a11y 1112111 O11 the squad, ever forget that Sunday night mass meeting of ours? That speccl1 of bitter, burning sentences, to which we listened downcast, i11 silence, was the tL11'1llHg point of the seaso11. In the week that followed we saw a team developed, sucl1 as tl1e wl1ole previous season had not produced. Every 111311 011 edge, every man throwing himself i11to every play, every man fighting every minute-the 411-O rolled up against A. ik RI. spelled a true Navy victory. Now there was no falling back, the i1nprove1ne11t was daily 111ore evident. Tl1e local season ended Witl1 New York University tl1e victi111 of a 39-U ' ffl BXIOXVX v 1. GILCHRIST score. A week-all too short-remained to n1ake final preparations for tl1e Ariny. There was half a seasonis work to be do11e in those few days: tl1e teamwork was still rough, and we had to learn to block tl1e Army plays, especially the forward pass, a11d the 111911 for several im- portant positions were yet to be decided on. Tl1C Sl101't of the story is-we did it. Not o11ly the tea111 was fighting, heart and body, but tl1e entire Brigade was worked up to sucl1 a spirit Elllfl en- thusiasm as to completely eclipse the demonstra- tions of previous years. As we cou11t the success of our football team by tl1e results of tl1e Army game, for 1913 the word sl1ould be spelled witl1 a 24-3 , -rs. MC REAVY ,Z nf. , - ml MY ' 'gl I l,flflMlllllllfrlllllllllllE 'IlllHlllllllffllllllllll'lllllliiwlllll 'F-Fil Qin. , 's Y 1 rlz, an-' . 3 ,J ., haf V L- ' nf, ' ,,-' 1 Ati' .f if I H V :mu HIUHH Huum . yu H W. .u.m...........mhummm.mmmmmlmuumllmummnm.l.-:..m.1.m- mmuummmunm-mmmmnxmlmmlmmmummumznnmuuuumm1fl: JM' Czxpital S. Tlmlt such a season should bc Crownccl with victory is SlllLHClCl1JC Qviclcllcc- that Navy spirit lll2IllllEllHS its Still1LlEl1'Cl. To tho COil.CllCS we wish to cxluml the g1'z1tiluclQ of tho Sorvico :mal of 'thc Bri- gzulvz working through El season of cli5cm11'agc111c11'fs, lJC2l1'lllg the brunt of thu sa1'c:Lsn1 and knocks that 1'2ll1lL'Cl from all sides, thc-y brought us tll1'OLlgl1 'fo Victory. Hats off zuul holfoms up as wo raise high am glass lo Thcir names :xml mcmoryl "U-:L-:L-w-g Q-O-0-ll-O i-tl! D-o-o it trlris-iv way! 'l'l1u1'c, I 'rolcl yuh wc coulcl cl-o-0 it!" Q, f,l'IUNAlilJ -Q.. ,f nv- r N RALSTON HUXVIC rfwfw ,D , F ll " ofxx i' I iii Eve nom' urvcoeu AlVyTNlN6- TILA, THE Army GAME 6 U I WRIGHT 'ra . 4 244 REDBIAN 3 TIW llllw mm' ul ll Ml ,lr If all If -- f--- o'+ 1- lfllllll flw"'1s.'5U 1+ W1 'llllllwjlllluill v tl....llWllMulli1J'lllullllll" V VAVGIIN Ovtolwer October October Oetolme 1' November November November Nova-mlwer November beasun uf 1912 -Navy 7 .lolms-Hopkins Univeraity... 3 12-Navy 0 Lehiglm University. . . .. 144 -Navy 6 Swarthmore College ..... . .. Q1 '-Navy 14 University of Pittslmrg ..... 6 -Navy 7 XVesterr1 Reserve University. U -Navy 7 Bucknell College ..... . ...... 17 16-Navy 4-1 A. X M. College of North Carolina ............... O -Navy 39 New York University. .. . O -Navy 6 Army . . . . . . . 0 ""v1l IIARIIISON OVERESCTI COACIIICS Q" Q46 l'l'2lllK Y 9 Yvrzgfzf INV' ff V, l'F1Aj'LlIl M r1v,fT1.L21'f'31 I I f ' img M Vimw-L50 MZ, XX? ' WVJWOQ ll W f f J , 4-: -RPM: md M Mig ,I 3 L 5. Fokur ? x i Q3 N ,, SQ X X X 7 f W W xf if I V " N il- I T A xx. ,4 'XSL . 'F R I ' I Xl A ' XxX . ' 'R I W ,hh , I 1 X I Hi-x K . T' ,Y IDXX :4 4 F 'UQ A f X Q fc f " 5 -' Q. X .' saw vim-'Q N" Ax ff k j M x M, f 6,2 f -, K X ,I ,. f 111-I 0' WZ- . f Y C3 f I l CZLLQLK' ' DV-HN" r CD'-7 4 Y xfw ' X 5215 E JK j f fl-'T-tgfoA xi W ? dm w4jzuIX H IIITWW Q HW MW Q Q .tffigf f elf , ' f-:d:- T wkif' ui ' l" a, 'I -NuE,,.xlL-,' X I X 1 Orff il' N3'1xJf N 'lfjxl Tun? U 'L'Lk"5 5 U' 'Pt . Hp N ,vw 'lf M I will 1 3 X Y I Xikff X ff I - X 14: I 'ff' 'll Q fg 5'1 H4+ ""' Z 'Eva N Yau. 1, P Q 1 L A ARMY NQQVY HMB . -, . . , "Right hand-balute!,' Tecumseh, it you fail us this time, I'll never p1'ay to you again. The goat's deadvlong live the goat! If a team ever played in hard luck it's Navy 1912. But this is a peach of a day . . . Good Lord! will this train never get there? Those people cer- tainly have a figlit ahead of thelng if the grey-legs score -but they can't beat the Navy! Bead about Keyes kicking ten field goals? You watch Gilly break that up . . . Here we are! There go the kaydets-look at that dress in squads. Now, peo- I ple, look proud-I've seen us hang it on ,em twice, and we,re going to do it T i again. A 41-N yell for the Point and Pennsyl- vania, and now for lunch . . . Wlatch your dress !-never mind the mud, We'll own Franklin Field before sundown. Tumble up in the stand there! See the inule-Where's Bill with the goat? Goat! Goat! Yay, here they come! Y-a-a-a TEAM!! At 1:50 the rival captains, "Pete,' Bodies and "Bearcat" Devore, shook hands over the toss for goalg luck favored the Army and the Bearcat chose 4 l ' 249 Ugg .. A at Q. 'vu X - , ,- 4,5 .. O .- lx, - 6 -5 I l fl V 1 X V 1 7 ' " 2- X A , wx V L '1 .. - 5 3 4 ,3 . ' . t . a , , 'TZ . s. N X ar-is .. .f.-.ggfff ,Ui 'fl .. --qw W. l .. - ' f' '- -f . L ' fs' -- . A - -Q ' ' -, ve 'X " Q".- A qw.. . 1 in-Q -., -15 , .ff ' itil- ,J ,-WSH:-l'. 3 N gi ' . L- -- " . W ' , 1 Q L ' ' ' '. '.f1w::Q.s ' ,r ,- -f, -- "" JSF-frf ,E-s,i.24k.t U - L . A ' , -' , ' 1 '.' gh: 1. T- '. 1 V - 'lib' L x- "AT '71 V' -ll' V' Mil mu ' V. .. ' -. ' -s..... ' : I A ' L W, f- " . N' . 1 -U M ,.,' " "nf ' . t' X -, Q- ,q::f?.1.f -...e ...,,,.-L f. -, X ' Jtmzis-.V-a,4-2. urs.. N491 ' ' 'T V .Q-F "Ti --J ' ' '5' . L....L. .. Q f ,' - 1.-. , . .-M o f- - . i s .. . -A ., 1 '-- "- .-: mf-..-A .4-, 'nw-f , - . . - 'Y - ' . - iv, '- ., -- , - L,"--1' ' A' "iih't"? 'Gif' L - s "e2t" .Y.:eQ- -- L ff '- - - 4 - ' . - ' -' X-. '. ."' 2 ' ' ' , . ,7"a"ff--'L-,fs y ,g""'? ..,f. -.-. 'W' ,.1,-Ajvl--NX?5'gf,.'-as - -151 'W ' 33" 95" , ' ' .. ,, - ' ' . V- V , ,Ugg 1 NJN 'L 1'-'iff 3 '3f.fA'T. -4..5-sgil-23" , ,L . ., ,, , . , c,... v,,MM,Nm , ' - 'V --7 . - ,T ,- 1" P ',.l.1,.:'?,5:i'23S4.lL-4' to clefenal the western encl, where :L slight wincl favorecl him. The teams lined up for the kick-ott'. ancl at exactly Q P. M. "Big Bahe" Brown kicked the hall to Devore, who ran it hack to his 38-yarcl line. The next. five minutes was a time of agony for the Brigade: by a splenclicl exhibition of open and mass plays, Arniy carrieml the hall to Navy's 17-yard lineg every man held his hreath as Keyes steppecl hack for :L clrop-kick, ancl when the attempt failed there went np a shout that shook the stancl. Navy put the hall in play, ancl a kicking rlnel hegan hetween "Pull" L e 0 n a r rl ancl ' Hohhs, Pncl having ,,ifI5gh!--bf,,-::,'iL'55,255,.Q.m1.4,15355,ig5gggf5gg:5kr'55:i535353' we H ' I ll "cg j't'p,,.' sv -3. v 5 g Q Q Urn, ye-,f.f,'fr,'e.fvf gf 'f fl.: 2' .,, ,yt ip- un U :H , : iathei the nst o .1 frm' - -If fb , :WF Luka mp. LM,L li xg ii if -L . . . - 4 , L, , . - ,yy ,", L V, at ' V L ' L- rf L ' -5 L:-,-'sip ..- ::.-.f:gQIL,1'-411'-iz:A it until the mnlille gin. I il A . iifdigf' E - . 53,-,A of the s e c o n cl quarter. Then every mi1lshipman's heart. again leapecl to his mouth: lllarkoe blocked one of Leonarrl's punts on Navy's 30-yard line, and started for the goal with Devore to llllCl'l.L'l'C for him. But. little Pufl eluclecl the Bearcat, and bv a miraculous tackle nailecl his man on the 15-yarcl line. Again Tecumseh wias with us, for after two unsuccessful plunges Army fumhlecl, ancl Gilchrist got. the ball. From then on, Navy hail the erlge on their opponents and forced the figliting. Twice Bahe Brown triecl goals from placement, both excellent f,-4, 250 ...V ..:':k,. .AL ranging shots. the SCCUllKl'lilC'liL'1l from the +8-y21r1l line-f21l1i11g only fl few feet short. 111111-11 the 1X1'l1ly put the 11:1ll i11 play Zlgillll. they kicked to Hodes, 211111 Pete 1'21111e 1121011 to their -L0-y2ll'1l line. The iX1'1lly was pCll2ll1ZC'll 115-y211'11s, 111111 then Babe himself pl2111te11 the 112111 O11 their 1Q'y?L1'll line Oll IL f21ke kick play. lvith EL swing of his good right leg the husky giant sent tl1e pigskin squarely 111-tween the P0SlS'NY2lVy 3-:X1'llly U! The North St2111d broke loose i11 p2111de111o11i11111. This was the l'i0lll'tll period, hut time yet re11121ined to douhle the score. An ixfllly 1112111 touched one of IJL'0ll2Ll'll,S lllilllllllllg punts, 211111 "Tex" Xlilllgllll . one o . lll2lllL' quick use o his 11112111 Ellllil his long ?l1"1llS to give Brown 2111otl1er try I g 1 Zlt 0'o21l. Cl l1e big I1 111311 1118110 good use of his opportlniity4N21yy 6-rkldlly U1 It was hetter th:1n we had 1121re11 to hope for. 2Ar111y 111211le 2l.1'.lCSpC1'?ltC effort to retrieve the de- feat, but their fo1'w211'd passes failed, 211111 time was up. The Navy owned 1"1'?llllilll1 Field! YVQ have I1lOl11'I1Cll the loss of Dalton, hut the COI'lllJlll2lllOIl of Brown 211111 LQOIlEL1'l'l turned the trick as well 21s Dolly himself could wish. All-A111eri1'2111 honors are 11o11e too high for B21he, 211111 as 21 punter P1111 LCUll?ll'ClflllU liglitest 1112111 o11 tl1e fiel11+is D2lltfJll,S 21hle s11c'eessor. AS VV21lter l'21111p said after the ga111e, it was head work that won, 211111 C'21pt21in Peter Rodes Kllfl t11e heard work. H211'1'lSOl1,S Splendid defensive g21111e 211111 llc-He21vy'S li11e pl1111g'i11g 1 M 251 f WG, ' it ' 4' r , " L, ' 1 ,, ' " " K X V. ' .. '1 'xg ik. - X J 1 , X, F ' t . ., ,A ,, - rf -1-, .,,.l N - 1 'E , ,.,L.,,.,v.if-vgmqw 'V' , ,. . , ' -' " ' Y ,. ffm . Y, 'W L I j2-- , 4- .t 7: xl- ' S, : .1Q..:xi. 1'-f-f-':-fsa."z 1- 1 -1 - - Y gi: za: ---we + A ..' . A fr' . 'X f- 1 ' ': Q-f,L1.v-fr--1-4' SC-wi-Affrif' -- - , ' , N " V , w if ' ,, wx 'F x if q-ry'3E-., 1,5 V- X ' "" M 7 1 J A t g " 4 Q-giQShxP ,,t-:x fhhqr -6.1:-. 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A ,W Aw- ff ",,,,y,- . .,g,, 1 ,a..x ' X, ,, . e Q... ., ,kt-1 ., , , . . .. - ffm . , 11?1::Q,:Q-,AE e WL 3:15, if vie-..f2e.,e,.L :S-ii.:,.'i? , 1 ' arg-" ' L TXT 'f'ni1wi1.-.giaA3,w.iiiL,gmk a i Ma..,: Auf. 1 L 323. -V .A ff! 2 today, today, the Navy wins today!" Called forth the admiration of the experts-Mae was never down until there were three inen on top of hiin. And the Navy line- 1 their work was the envy of visiting coaches. Ask Jinnny Hall MI., e why 4'Captain Devore failed to play in his usual form." Last but not least., the Navy cheer leader eonies in for recognition: not r a inan on the teani worked harder than did 'tFroggy" Gillette in fostering and developing the Brigade spirit. N-the Navy wins v, , Q, e 31 N 1' fy f ,ff gl , z 1 4 ,i J 0 in EMP ' ,wifi-i f X X X it .NS K X VIZ Akrifitwi ',.' li. , 1 X 9 X- 11 Y f 'W W xx i f M ,M ,P wx ,X n A Q M X, "vga, 1 ww xg. ,' . f 'Q -- ' xx Jwrw' 1' f , sg Q, ' if f'4'3 x If-.Qi X ZW- 1' X f fl' 2- - 'X fi , , 1 , M '-ff,-ff 'M 1 5 i W will 'W , vvzhf. ,. X Q, - X I, IA, nf L ....., 7 Wm' N , 1 ' . wfff ,",,, ,I r xx 'Q .1 X f y? X , ,f I, ff! I, ,, .l. Y , Q , . it X b 4, . .XX,,.i X gg: I K e ,- ,,,. . r "W r QNQX iii 0- 2 :f'Jw"' 'ii X X f " "' . WJQJ J P XX XX5 f mzuf-' as ,it . x saga NAVY' 51 'NO ' . fl nv 'X , I, ' -,-- , ' , .. J....- ori'-'b1"':' 'Q 6.L,fff 1" fy? . A . H. -"-:Q-v-4' 1' ' , ....-H' 74 , ...M-- ful H- " ,X ,-.., ,J lY"g,g3'gi:nAa!'ns'f -' .- - .44-a3L'5 V .K " 5252 ' COVRSE 'OF'THE'BALL' 4-an wma 4-an i E- 3 J' Ili If 30 If S9 Sf 40 'YJ' .YD 43' 40 55- IU ld' L0 lf' IU A' 0 -In I - Q r n K m I lu -B,-.-1 .p-,piy-.H LF. 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NAVY- ARMY- L R GRAY 13 EEE '93 Z,-fgufw.14,4.f,L. 1 Y 1 3' 'VNWVWWINVWVIIYTIYYIYWWWIIWWYYVVWTIWVYWWWYWWWWYWYYTYIINWWIYYWVWYYWYWYWVYWVHVV i .e.-.N ' TT'5' Jfl11l vm H411 H! vw W1 11' l HW H H l fu 4 ,'! Hit. yu nmH?uFWt'iini WF7!mHfiWmW ' Witt W it f 'vw l ...i flllrt It if !ww'.l!1lllll! refe .115 - -' I diff, , 39 QW! , l ina lllriz, ,llfl!f!f1ytll3!lf f:E:.':gfE,.f+,5QEq.,,. , ,. .. ...lx5.1!1.fll...lM!.Ml1!x:..i1!i!sLiullx ,... .nlll.iiC11!iLlfl:i.lilIl!liisl Wttllttvl HANCIIORS ANVEIGH." Stand Navy down the field Sail set to the sky IVe'll never ehange our Course So Army you steer shy-y-y-y Roll up the seore Navy Anchors aweigh Sail Navy down the field And sink the Army Sink the Army Grey. "THE PRIDE OF THE NAVY." YVe're all for the Navy, She's got the right team, She'S got the right spirit, She's got the right steam She's got the right Coaches She's got the right men She's GOT to make good for the Navy again So it'S rip up the Army team 'Tear up the Army team Smash up the Army team Fight, Navy FIGHT! "I'M GOING BACK TO DIXIE." You've got to fight, you've got to fight, You've got to fight for dear old Navy You must smash right through that Army gang Smash them baek with a. biH, boom, bang. You've got to win, you've got to win, You've got to win for dear old Navv. NVe will spell out that word'-Yie?to-ry N--A-V-Y that's the way to spell it. XVe must fight and you must fight All you men who wear the N. FIGHT. "THE OCEAN XVAYES MAY ROLL." O, Navy team just sail a. steady course, And we'll tack right up from a-lee. XYe'll Call all hands and bury Army grey In the bottom of the deep blue sea. Chorus. O, the Army te-am may sc-ore, But the Navy will Score moreg For the Navy team is always on the top And the Grey legs way down below, below! below! And the Grey legs way down below. Then out sailed our team on Franklin Field And a right good team were they O, the wind is fair, we'll rake 'em fore and att, And wc-'ll sink old Army Grey. O. Navy team we're setting all our sail And we'll bear right down on their goal Away all boats, the Army's sinking fast They'1l go down with the next big roll. "YOU'RE IN THE NAVY NOXV." You're playing the Navy now, XVe'll ram you with our bow, The poor Army team They haven't the steam To hold the Navy now. You'll smash the Army Grey You'll smash the Army play The Navy Blue Goes through and through VVhen they get under way. The Navy wins to-day, to-day FOUR YELL- iii? 22221 lIliilZ'ltiilf1f.fi'i?l Xfflfg Navyiy-ii?-NNHVY! The Navy wine to-day! A QiQiQigX AUToMoBU.E YELI.. Y-Y-Y-Y Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Ni , ,! , ,! fav , ,! Na-vy Rah! Rah! my U5 Buy Na-vy Rah! Rah! Hoo-Rah ! Hoo-Rah ! YEA-TEAM YELL. Nash.-Rah! HN-a-v-y N-a-v-y Rah! Rah! -Rah! Rah!-Naevy! oo-Rah-Hoo-Ray U.-S.-N.-A. TOUCHDOVVN YELI.. HAH! Rah! Rah! This wav Y'e'a"Y'e'a-Yea team' Football we play i U. S. N. A. Rah! Rzh! SIREN YELL. HOORAY YELL. Rah, ' ' Hfg-oo-oo-R231 lhy Hooray! Hooray! Hooray! Right through we break oo-oo-oo- a . U. S N. A. Touehdowns we make Hoo-oo-oo-Rah! Navy! Navy! Navy! VVe leave our wake N-A-V-Y. 55 Rah! Rah! Rah! 'i2.'-n-QQ, . A V 1, Y Vi--v , ' ' 4 JM qw ?'f::a--f- f- 6 H , 'W' A. K ffm' A P5 X ' ,fb A z 154.1 'Id FFT: N V .X .Naam xt-,Q , J :Sys mr" X A-. .26- an ,J- IM ff' ,.2N 4'sfW2SNO Y 101 171 'S l a X X ,. "'x. . W 2 f 4 X Q ms .11-111 -1-1111- -.-in-ISI -11-I -1-ll- M -ini 1-1:1 -iii -1 ,iii -1117 ---11 -11 Emp ummittee 1913 HERBERT KEENEY FENN HARRY GEORGE SKINNER, Jr. HERBERT SLAYDEN CLARKSON DAVID ROWLAND LEE THOMAS WHITE MCGUIRE 1914 FRANCIS KENDALL O'BRIEN GEORGE BARRY WILSON JOHN MARIE CREIGHTON 1915 RICHARD RANNEY ADAMS ALEXANDER GILCHRIST HATCH Ut' l't'l'l2llIlly yyvrt- sn long' time in the mlrc-ssing room! 'l'he music- sturtc-rl an hour ago' 'lhut 4-rowml ol' Illl'll our tllera- in the sllzule of the punch howl is the Stag Line-sort ot an curl: umrkf-t for the Brin-k Trestle. Xvlltlt is al, hriek? Oh, thut's zu, polite term for one of those luclil-s you see claim-ing with llllllillllllllvll who wear il hunted look-they huyf lu-en lu-tr-:iyul hy their friencls. Those dear olcl lzulies lookinw at Vou? VVl1v, thz1t's the 2' th-nerzal Stuff of thi- Hot-king' Chair Brigade. Hert-'s where we pass in review. See that rn: executing an Cliesterfielrlizm how-e thut's the eelehrzutecl "Venus" Ahhottg the hc-aux some fox miles to wutch him perform, :incl mlm-part in envious despair. 'l'hz1t willowy CI'G2l1lIl't' over there asking Prof. Zinnnermun for un extra is Mr. Tom Berrienq whenever he clam-es with an ollic-er's clzuiglitm-r he allways :isks for un 4-xtru--fftliey heat the drum us El signal for it. No that isn't the roll of the lll'lIIll you lu-slr, it's thc- putter of Sorhe Shot-k's feet us he does the L,'OI1Yt'l'5ZltlUll2ll Boston. ,Xml thzlt nliclsliipinnn with the powalc-r spots on his right Nl1OlllClCl'.,' hc-'Cl hetter look out, for l"reclrlie is in the hula-ony' with il telescope, lmying' spotting' pruf-tic The lllilll who just rushecl pzlst with terror stzunpc-rl on 4-ye-ry teuturm- is Dolly XVrightg prohuhly he wus just introclucc-cl to the "friend of :1 l'l'lFI1fl.N und is nmkino' trucks for the un- y ff? mln--rgroiuul tunnel tlmtl-lt-zuls to the Power Wait House. Those wistful fences you see zllmoye W my the lmlc-ony rznil are the personal property of the plehesg it is their iuunemoriul custom an to hsmg their feet through the railing, und ,X 1-ritieize the lzuly friencls of their uwper- . ' -, ' Y . vlslss torinentorsa next summer theirlusso- i' ' C ' yl uizntion with the rail will he even more inti- ' X mutt- than it is now. Yes, the youngsters l :ure pn-rinittecl to attend the hops: you know Z lltllllllllllllvlll the poor fellows lmye to leeirn to clsinvf- t Z Z some thneg they form the main hotly of the ' ' " jf- 3' "M I hofl 1-zlrriers union. :lull can he counts-fl on to WNIH'-"1 U'-In f-he B-'-""""'T'ee' 257 -9... ,,' ,, .4 1vm111-1-111'1111m11111111vr-vv, , ... 3-A 4. iztgg x , ' """"'f"' ,N f""f"l"m'll"8,,! , ,,,1, H W rvnmvvmnmimvmnmmvmmmvrvmmvmnmvvmvmnvwvvmv- . 3-ugt gv . i , '-:1:::3-.1,kyl.,.-.,,7 ,,,.,, 1 J, ' 'N W Q 1 14' yi 1 ,1i"11'11-11 1,1,111111,-1111,1,1, ,M 1, 11111, 1 ,X ,,11, ,!,,,, ,, ,, H in X 5. , W ""EQn1x.,.G,i,-x 4:,f'. .-, -,,, , ,f"'l Vu" nf ,N1 ,1, , .41 i, ,. l, , 131251. , K I L, ... L. ,:.:s...,:.-1 -- ..-, L- ,-, 1 ,1 11 -- ll , 1 , . ci. 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X ' Dial you nolivv his hzulgi- with '1'. T. X ff' It S. S. ll. on it? '1'h:1t stsuuls for ' "mln , 'l'ui'licV Trot Sc-c'i'vt Sc1'vic'n- Dv- " f ' f+ f A 1 WR'G"T."3 9 uni :i R1-cl tc-c-tive. ls thzit iuiclshipn lliluifoli. no, thutk Mr. ltuhle. You Cilllil ZIIVVEIYF4' tvll thcni hy the voloi' of the-ii' hair. Yi-s, thi' fuii' k'llIll'Illl'l' siirroiiiuln-ml hy mule-t Otlicers is Z1 real, liyc Ylhsliington clohutzintc '-f, - that good looking' Mr. Pic-kl1:n'clt is going to cliancc- with her. :incl C,l:1.1'kc VVithci's is biting his lips with iwigv. XVho is thc uvxt iuun on your czircl? Bryant-tlic divide 3Iu1ul!you nut t0 associate with the Bi-uu Bruimum-l Ot' the Younggvr SlIl2l1'l' Set. Hello! Svc :irv :ilu what I piclu-ml IllP""ll1llllH C'i':1vt-li: His Soon' Czirll iRELlATivewe10f115+ 5 3 4 I I 2 i - A, ' F3155 A BEA-UAW r1 E LS FAM-C., c0rT 11 -is A5 :IOP NAME 455 ur11:1nom1TJ'e'0n0 1111 f43,A?5'awHGmg5 REMARKS 'Hs 11350 EW . YEAILSDESDEMONIA 17 ao 3.1 13,0 3 5.13365 5.0 CASZQSLYWRD 5.17 3 EVAN- Fgg 55711-gSv1NE 116 37-41 0:30 - 2.6 193.3 100 1.0 gigglyliggggik-320 2 If . E " F1 110111f11111111-1116? 0.1 1,0 0' 310 1,0 0.51.0 270 5 mm ENGZYE, 161 7 fl- ff at 15111 f7f'75L1fl ff! 33 577 2 31 361 30 36 135 3.0 mi1g0ifL110175 3111 1 X EA -MISS 1 151 1011111110129 0,7 K9 3 10 10 39 1,0 90 110 if27f1'9512i?5Z '2..47 0 V Mfwfffffiffy-51? 2.9 940 1 2.5 S 30 5101110 512 'ffffffffffffg' 2,92 I-ll NY N 'iaiiiffiif GILES 21 20 2.0 3 31-7 2.500 25 120 S wofkffffpf 2.10 5 xiii! x xx ,ml Q A X X ""t Q , A JAM J, W UQ 1111" H1111 1111111111-1,-1 1,1 "1v,,1,1,' LJSS NAVY 56 . . LEHIGH 17 LEHIGH 54 ......... CORNELL 34 Cornell, Champions of the Inter-Collegiate League ITH a record of nine games played-nine games won, the Basketball Team of the season of 1912-13 undoubtedly secured us not only the Southern Championship, but the Eastern Championship as well. Our basketball teams have always maintained the highest standard, since 1909 each team having suffered only one defeat, winning each year the title of Southern Champions. The wonderful success of the team this season raised the standard to the highest possible point. gs- In all but three games, the score of the Navy team was more than double that of the opponents: while in the game with New York University, which had defeated us two years before, the team became a verit- able scoring machine and broke our former high-score record of 72 by registering a total of 7-11 points. The greatest interest centered in the game with the Lehigh team which had prev- iously defeated Cornell, the champions of the Inter-Collegiate League. Our decisive victory over Lehigh was conclusive proof of lf .l"C'7 what the result of a game with the Ithacans would have been. Unfortunately, we were unable to schedule a game with the Inter- Collegiate Champions. The Swarthmore game was the hardest of the season, and they were the only team to defeat the Navy the . 7 2 1 year before. Hall and McKee were both C ' 1 ,' ' . , - . . . - . v - MTUN mm suffering with bad arms, and in our crippled MMM'E" muh condition it was only through excellent team work that the game was won. 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As gllZll'llN. 1' V, l'111l:1i11 lYllcl 111111 II:1Il l'0l'llll'!l il llt'llL'llSl' wlllcll 3' if lzrulw up H10 UpIHlllt'lll'.S 11I:1.vs Hmm- :1l'l111' lllllL', . l"lK'l'l 1111l4i11,Lg if llL'K'l'SSill'.V lm' lln-ln' l'Ul'W2ll'llS ln 1'11su1'f lu lung xlllblx lm' H111 gunl. lnlllll' ol' H111s11 vc-l'111':111s will ln- lust lshv xuu. g11f11l11:1li1m. lllll 11111 lrusl Hu- llfillll lm' Hu- cominxg ym-nl' fn llplmlrl H10 Navy wl:111cl:11'rl. 260 -fu?-' ' fs 11'Wm'im1 W Ullwwliw Wm Lllxizm Mm " 114..g,fM'lfi.l1,1g..L11lu1.iiUilif1g,1.f1i .A,. 1 5f'.'Q. w.1 SEASCN 1912-1913 Dum' 11-. New'-V .... ...... 1- 4 lg2lI11lll01'l' 111-rlic':11 F0111-gl-.. Q2 lk-C. 521. Navy .... . . 551 ciilflllilii' Iv1l1Yl'l'S11.Y . . . T5 Jam. 4-. Navy .... .. 4-51 l'1't'SCL'l1t .Vrlllcfiv ftlllll. 1 Jam 11. XYEIVY .... . . T4 NL-W York Ivllivm-1'sify. . 18 Jun. 18. Nav-V .... . . 55 LL-higll . ............. 17 F011 1. Nzlvj' .... .. 56 Sf. Julllfs of Blwulilnvll '50 Full. 8. Navy .... . . 551 SW2l1'1f1llll01'C ....... .. . 12 Fcb. 15. Navy .... .. +G Sf. Jolmk of Anlmpulis '50 Feb 22. Xav-V .... . . . 67 f1L'Ol'g'l'10Wl1 . ......... 18 'Potals Navy ........... -1-81 Uppom-nfs .. 187 INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 1"11C1,Il 'l'0'l'.KI, uu,xI.s 1"0I'1.lL0.Xl,S 1'o1N'1's Slllifll . .... 60. ..... 10 ........ 15511 BICIQCU ... .... 10. . ...35 .... ...115 McRczu'y .. ...f38. . ...-Q.. ... 76 1Vilr1 ...f51. .-a 62 Hull ... .... 550, ...V- .. ... 60 Q'0Clll'2ll1 .. .... 10. . . . Q0 wav W 2 Wan- l . E W - -. ...-:.' ,,..... ,....., ...W .-4-T .qu-vm-1 X E 1 1 t.: s . AJ 4 'N f rs: ,M 5' qi:-: Q: Q., N INS f. l ', 115 A . 1 if - ' 1 :L if M Q' 'x-fm. J bf? I I ,. ,tw i f -QQ f Q X I .. F STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! 1912 : Pompous Petryfying Pzraiclzl 91 2 I3 P FOUR BELLS IN THE MORNING WATCH, DECEMBER 25th FIRST OFFENSE FOR FOUR YEARS Georgesly Girlie genagefie of -lubilant JOYS SWAYING very Known Species of Glooms Gy-acefully Giddy Rare Rollicking Roystering Rhinos Rich Debutantes from Sultan's Harem 'i-- Y - Youthfull Yapping Yawning Yaps S 0 M E G 0 a t S carelessly Clad Cleverly Clinging Chorii Hundred of Humorous Hilarious Huptfets Also Ripping, Roaring, Racking Runts Twenty Twisting, Twin- F 0 r W 0 m e n Imponderable Impecunious Impossible Imps ing, Tl'll'illInZ.TantHliZ' -..jl..-- Stentorian Toned Boobs That Boobyendo ing, Turkey Trotters. Titanic Terpsichorean Titillating Tragedians l TT Multitudinous Nlelodious Magnificent Mutts Tastefully Auired B S S Adiabatic Ancestors of Annapolitan Aborigines Q I uy ome tamps Slippery Silvery Shimmering Showers of Serpents Temporarily Attractwe Don't Fail X N I k Three Ring THE VELOCIPEDESTRICANISTICAL BROTHERS IN THEIR DARE-DEVIL DEFIANCE OF DOYLES LAWS ROSENTHAL CRIME REPRODUCED WITH ALL ITS THRILLIING VIVIDNESS GRUESOMLY PORTRAYED Lefty Looie Cyp the Blood Dago Frank Whitey Lewis The Cory Garrulous Catling Gun-Men 13 1FAM0US FIRE-WATER FIGHTERS FAST AND FLAGRANT FANCIERS OF FOAIVIING FERMENTS BIG MOUTHED BULL MOOSERS TALKING THICKLY THROUGH THEIR THORACES 1:MARvEL0Us NIONSTROSlTIES+7 Fuzzy the Fruvuloun Funer of Famous Fire Flys Sock the Sanul Idol in Cnphvlly Ginger the Black Faced Comedian Imperlonnllng an Iruh Slew Dr. Pele Removes Pane from Taxicabilis Stump lhe Sticky Stevedore Hike Mudnon, in "Who in Thin Weak Old Mun" "Do Booth", in "Snler's Teelh Are Filled With Zinc" 4-Tgl ISSPIISSEISII Ili? .lIi?3'i3lf,"ileei'Z,5 H147 cR1sPo 'rl-IE WORLD'S sMALLEs'r GIANT six Foo'r six COME ONE!1-6 A. IVI. December 25thiC0lVlE ALL! Q62 .Q H .1 -vmwnmmw mm: mmm nr1vvvvvv1mvvWM1 rvvmmnnnmmmnmmmwmv- nmvmnmvv mmwmvmmnvmmrmnmmfmvvmmmnmn vmmmvwmw 'Y l U ,lv l 1 ' int iili l . i'i , ilili M iv it it , l, , , llliiii , H ' Qiiifz -' A 5P, QX 'f'M,' ill ill, W? Q1 lll'llllgllilllfilM'l4 llwlliflllllllllll lfft I lt'l'l"'llmvlll'tl "Illlllllllllwtl,lflllllml'ill' Agni' fa A , . i , ..14.':'-- K, J, ., ga Nl- in..................,...........,.........i.... H......i..mi.....--......i...-- limuliiiul..i.i.m.i.....willinMilllli..imimniliiiuuliimmuhwluiilffe THE CHRISTMAS PARADE I 3' 1zLluNll3lult '2.mth.- h:ilt Illl lmui' 'nw lliiU'lI l32llll'l'Ul'-l llzlll uwnlu- to kj 44' , vclc-lii':1tv l'l1l'ixtl11:1r-. :ls wt' linvw it in Shrimp Wm to hold him 'fliew was Ill! nu-cl of thcf lll"ll-Uilt hzmcl fm' l't'Yl'lllC that murm- ingg our route led tll1'0llgll :ill thc m'oi'1'iclu1'w, zmrl tht-y XVl'I't' lim-cl with ziwvfl amd clzlzzlecl slit-a'tz1tcm1's. ,Xml whcn we limlllv lll2ll'l'lll'il intu thc .Xl'llll7l'y, lflltflf' was ai liuge tru-, l!I'lll12ll1t with light-a, trim- mings, :mtl glttx tm' ull. huclclenly thc lights went out. tha- :lumix wt-i'v tllruwn opt-li. zmcl sm zmtmnohilc with g'l2ll'lllg llezlclliglits zlzuliecl in. lwezlring Simtel Clam, zmcl all his lll0I'l'y vrcw. 'lllltJl't' wt- vxvliziligvrl our Cliristnmw grvetingm. uml clmicecl ilI'UlllNl thc tr:-6 whih- the llflllll plalyvcl its final "llc-rry Cliristnms to You!" lst l'ZlYl""'llltl lwttillv' l'L"itl'll'tlUlIH lcm :mx Semin l'l:ms, hig zmcl lwznrtv. imirsliznllc-cl his l'llllUl'tN in mln' lI'1ll- kings, 11llt'l'llN, gl'llk'l'lls, JlCllllll'?ll5, sultnux, clzlliviiig girls. :mul uw-s, vlcml with lmhzms. cups, -1 VHS, wilcl-mth, inmlv-ls, :xml Ilowncs. Clmhk iiiipviwsiizl- tum ut' zu lllL"9S-llilll-llllllil' was lwwilixtic' he-yuml lwlicf, :mal tht- cutest little nmiilqc-yAuiie of tha' lzulit-N wzmtccl in lll'I' leap. Pllgf., the lHllNllll'EIStt'l', lecl the I'-rzxclc, gf. 263 , I Ag is 'law- -1 MIDSI-IIPMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 1':'w.vi1lw11f .I. I.. I'Ixl.I,. '13 TI'l4Il.YlII'1'I' Sf'l'I'f'IL1ll'.If .I. II. Iilmwx. 'II K. I'.Gu.c1uuwr. 'I l'uplui1l.v .Il1IlItIf1l'l'.H' ImwtIu:nII I'. I'. Iiunus. 'll II. IS. I7.xl'ul1'1'nY, 'Iii uwlmll XV. S14:lm:1c'l'. 'Iii II. l'. XYAN V.x1.zIxlI. 'l" 11-w .I. II. lin man. 'Iii .l. II. S'1'1mxIa. 'IES Ir:u'Ii Ii. IC. IIlx'rz1z.'Iii I'. III-IXI. 5l,l:l:1'1-llc. 'Iii I1-llvilw' NY. II. I'. IIl,.xNnY. 'Ill P' . -,, I ith' 'IR-:un .I. NI. Ix.x'rl4:s. If, ' -In I Julia-II1:lII I.. XI llll. I., f'llIIiI'llllIll uf flop C'un1ll1illff1' II. Ii. I"l-Ax, LI ' . l11'l1:'r.w'nlulirr' fur I9I.3 1 IJ. NI. IUIIINS lm'1'1n'w.w'1llalli1'1' for IIIIU C. IC. ICYAN s 26+ N 3ll':N-- cuss mf H113 '1'r:.xM c.x1"1xxINs--1913 N-20-1913 gn :P 1 gn 'u' 3 ubnnig an wiv C IUXSS N' V311-IR.XI.S Q65 , 1 ,pak ,.:x1. , gil , 143,-I --,-,-A vg - - . . wx - X'xv-' . 1 ,t , ' O 1 , - , .. K .f --1 '59, ,x- 1 1- 1 I , , , . VW., , - .1 -,W . ., , 1 , . . -,g , . , , , 5 , , ' A , 1, , . , 1 ,. 1- WR" '1, ....,.' . ,...1 .1 , 1 .. ., ww. 1g,",,1.,v .,,.., .1 . . . .- - ,,, . . 3.-1 '11 I-xx it' M14 ' 1 A f 1,1 1 '41 X, . ,, 1 . .1 4- - 1 'Q 1 , 1 " . 1 -1- Q . jf 1 . .51 x'ai3r7g.11-111 1- f"F1'.sw 1' 1 -11 '1 . - . 'nw '- . hs- -'-:,1f' .,. , 11" if.-gf ' .- " 1 1 - --1-1 - " - "'- 1 ' 'f 1' . ' " -1 i W-23511 , :1.!kg:'!Cx5.1-f2fy.':.,1.-.,:x '21-1 1..-za.:-1 -- . .. 1 1 1 - fm? ' 1 . 1-1 - gg N1 1'1'1'9Yl'l'1 SI' XS11N" ix1'1-111111111 1111- 1-1111111111 111 1111 11w111'111-11 Nllllll 'I'f'il111 111 151121. lt wus 11111- 11f 1111-- 111-st 1111111111-N11x'y h:1sh1111, 111111 111' 1-1111sis11-111 111111 1-1111- w111-11111111N 1111111 S11K'1'l'44t1t'11 111 XY11ll11I1,L1' 1111 1111- 1111-1-tw. 1111-1-1-111' 111-11-11i11,1' 1111- l1l2ll'1i S1-1 IPB' tilll' liX111 T1-11111s f111' 1111- 1111s1 f1-w 1 1 1 1 .'1A'1 - s-' s111 11111-111-11 with 1111- 11111-1--t 1l111ll21l1X 1 11:1111- ' x-, 1.41 S ' 1s, ' '- --s 1- 1s ' ll1YxvS: ll111'iz111111'1l 151111: 1 , -fn '-- 111111-h. '1C1: l'111'11I11-1 11111's, t311i11l1111. 'liii I'11j'111gLi lli11::s. - . . " 1 . . . ' Cl Q-14' l1111's1-. l1:11'1'11w, '15: '1'11111l11i11: ' " ' 'ii ' ,. , 141111-111-, '13!g 1111111111 t'111'1s, XY111I11-1's11111111. '15: .Xll-111111111 1 1'll2l111li14l11. 1111111111-. '1lZ. i 4 ' T111- 111's1 1111-1--1 wus wi111 1'1111111111i11. 211111 :111 11111111x w111'ke11 in 111111-x1-11s1111 f111'111, wi1111i11g' hy El S1-111'1e 11f 11-13. l'111- s1-1-111111 1111-1-l w1- w1111 f1'11111 N1-w Y111'k l'11ix'1f-rsity, IT-1X3 1111- 11-11111 Si1tl1Yl't1 i:11111-111'1-- 1111-111. 1111 w111'ki11g with 1111- f1,11'111 111111 s111111 111111 is 1-11111'111'11-1'isti1- 11f s1l11s11111.-11 gy1111111sts. 'lull 1-I11s1- 1111- S1-:1s1111. w1- 1111-1 l'H1111sy11'1111i11, 211111 tl11-s1- PXt't'111'111 1'l'1",111-111s h1'1111g11t 11111 11114 111-st w1- 111111, with 1111-- 1'1'Sll11 that w1- w1111, il!-ZZ. 1111- 1-11111-11111g 111 M12 A121112 wus 1111 1111':1111111111- 1111-1111 111 11111' s111'1-ess. 'Phe 1-v1-1' 111'e-S1-111 111'1-1111 11f s111'11i11s. l11'1-11118. 111111 111111 f1111s, 111111 111-sb-ts il g'y111 11-11111. S1-1-1111-11 111 111- :1hS1-111 this Yf'2lI', 211111 1111'1'1' w1-1'1- lltb 1-11s1121I1i1-S, 11111411 1911-11-111-1' f11il1-11 111 111'1111se 11111 11111111-111-v 111 111-1'x'- 1111s 11-11si1111 wi111 11113' 111' his f111111111s s11i1'i1111l 111-1111111s11':1ti1111s 111111 use-11 111 st111'111- us. 'l'h15- loss 115' Q'1'2!t-lllillillll 11f lllll' 1'h1111'111i1111 1111111111-1'. t'1111l11i11 111111-111-, 111111 11f 511111111--1' 111111 111111. w1111 h111'1- 111f1'f111'1111-11 1-1111sis11-ntly 1111 1111- rinpzs, will 111- S1-1'1-1-1-ly f1-11. Illl1t'11, w1111 sin'- 11'is1-11 us lust y1-111' hy w111ki11g 11t't' wi111 the- 11111-1111 111111 1111s S1111-11 1b1't'1l 11111' 11111i11st:11' 1111 1111- h111'ix11111111 111113 illltl 131111111111 wh11s1- llllilily 1111s lll'1'll 11is11l11y1-11 this YL'2lI'. wi11 11ls11 ,,'1'11111111t1-, 1-1111 1111- 111111s11111 1111111111 1' 11f 1111111-1'1'111ss1111-11 11,1111 2l1't' 1-1111111114 111 1111- t'1'1111t g:'ix'1-S 111'11111is1- 111 21 wi1111i11g' 11-11111 f111- 15111. t'111111'111'1' 111 11l1'1'l1SI11111 111' 1'111'1111'1' 11-111's, 1111- 11-11111 11111 11111 1111x'1- il 111151-3112151511 11111111111--1 I1 t'111'1'1-I I111II. 266 HIS wax the fifth in ll ot inlereollegialm- wrestling at the Naval ,Xe:ulei1iy. and our sehednle was the mod preimntionw vel aiienipled. NV1' won three of our non lx to he eonnlxd capped hy the graduation of four lnen. and erippled hy inljnriex lo several otln-rx. The niethod of woring falls and deeision Counted againxl nw, for we won more falls than any lean: we niet, while Cornell and Lehigh did nol wore a single fall again-ai ns. .X fall was counted aa 3 points, and a deeision as 2. exe:-pt in the Cornell inc-els, when a fall counted .3 and a deeision ,Lg this gave the vielory to our opponenlm. The teani of 1913 has maintained the N: ' ' fast. Clean. aggi'essix'e wrextling, e nerves credit for the good showing and ditlieult season. Davis in the Howe in the In-ary-weiglit elass, W while Captain Babbitt did splendid men in short order, despite an in-in The season. aix meets and the Nez x Falls -v IVV reputation lill' und everv man de- lllilllt' in ihix long: l speeial-weiglit, and ere always ri-liahle: work, throwing hix rv received earlv in Decisions Draws -1 fi N-IlK'l'l'NN, although the ll-:ini was handi- February S-Navy ... . ... . Columbia .. .. 1 1 February 15--Navy . . 2 o Lehigh . . 0 5 February 22-Navy - 1 Cornell . . . . 0 4 Marc-li 1-Na vy ... .... 4 1 1f'ennsylx'ania . 1 1 Marc-li Zi-Navy ...... :I o 2 I"rim"e-toli ... 1 1 2 Mareli S-Navy .. . 2 1 i Yale . 1 3 an Q. l 267 mm-h iiitn-iw-xii was taken in thi UH the- svzismi of 19125. Thr' gunixeml iimnccliutcly :after In spih- uf thc- clifiivllltim , . wt' Thu ilih'i't'1-i'm1u- uf swiniliiing thv squucl filI'UllgIil0llt' thc' sc-nsuli. 'l'hv Nuuiilux Chili uf XVusli Swinnning Sqimml was ul' thc -X1'iiiy-Navy Umm- umlcr whim-h the siwim thc- vrvw UC'C'lIIbyillg halt wvvk fm' przwtice iH'1'2lllSl drill fm' the unquziliiin-df work hy en-ry llll'lllibl'l' ut ill,LL't0ll mum- in ,Xnlmpolix im' thv Iirst im-et on I'il'ilI'll2lI'V Sth. This was :L frm im-4-T. thi- firm-N much- wa-rv vm-rv good. :md thu- cvcnis wviw usvij' c'ulli4'sh'ci, 'l'h1' l'l'5llii iilliliiy Kl1'p0lifl1'ci Ull thc points. of thc' rvlziy 1'ill'l', :incl lhis wv lmi hy zi font. 'l'h1' N2llliiillS Cluh c':ll'l'iccl wif thc xu"mi'y. 325 in 140. Thi- we-uiinl, iml lust :nut xx ix hclcl nn lvln'u:ii'v 2241, wlu-ii wc mot tha . . -,. . Ianni truni Iiznltlliiun- llix' Cullcgrc fill this mc :sion Num' hzul Zlll 1-:uw vlc'h,n'V. winnimf hx l NCUI1' Uf 147 in iii. J . . Q . Um- of tha- fn-:1il11'vs of thi- sc-:mini was ilu- mlm-wlinpiiim-lit of Low :is an luiig-clistsiiivc maui hc' luwm-ra-cl ihv ra-vurml fm' tha- -220-x':nrsl vw-iii 'rn 2 min. .33 wc: NVmicl shuwcd his nhility hy llilllljlillgj thc- width uf thc- iuiilqmfifi ik-vi'--7:11111 Yziil prnvvml in hc ihm- most rcliuhh- mul he-si .ill-muml swiniim-r. But :ihovv ull, przlisv shuulcl hc giwii in Cuptniii Vuilclm-i'klmii., whr um-. hy his 4-iitliiisiusiii, inter:-st, :incl Skill. hrmiglit thx' h-:mi iill'0llLl'il si siu'c'c-ssfiil wx-usnii. 1 Q68 N the l21'iga1,le nf Millshi1mm+t-li tlu-rv arc- a c-e-rtaiu lllllllllE'l' uf iw-stll-ss suuls for wlmm the- lI'li quill 2l'llltl uf the- l'Hllllllt'.-l'Ht'llilllllllS. lll'lllS, lll'lllS, rm-itatmus.fwfu1l1l lie-- Utllllt' tllilwaiulllle- XYt'l'U lllPl'4-1 lltr S1lfG'IX-X'illX'P tu givr- Yi,-ul tw tlu-ii' r-l'ti+:i'vesm-+-lit imagi- hatiuus :lull l'l'lPilS" tu tlwii' Q-utliusiasm. Such ara the- Masqiu-i'arlf-rs: as Sunll as the last ripple- uf e-xt-iteuwlit fruiu llw Aruiy llaiul- has sullsislm-ll the-ii' wurlc lu-gills fur thef- ahuual miustim-l sliuwl aiul that is harmlly wut uf tht- way' wht-u tlu- urigiual iuusit-al 4,-mm-fly ful- .luuv XX?-e-li must lu- put uuml-sr 1-uustrtu-tiwn. 'l'luf- uu--u whit ul-guiiizv tho Masqiis-t'alle1's 1ll'w?' llIlSll2ll'lllL1' iu tht- tl:-Vutiuii of lil:-il' tiiut- and +-I'l'u1'ts tu tht- wurli. null fm' thi-ir c-lt-vet' 1ll'tI1llll'll4'lllS, skilful at-tiug, autl amusing' 4'lll4"l'l2llllllll-'lllS, tht-y fl--se-1'x'v thc highest IIl'lllSP and tie-llit lt IS uttv-u said that ew-f1'y Jum- He--if-lc hhuw sei-ms lu-ttt-1' than tlu- um- lu-tm-+-, Iwi'- haps this is flue- tu faulty iu+Jxuu1'i+-sg hut wliatf-iw-r may lu- ilu- l'4':lSnll, 4-4-rtziiu it is that tht- pi-mltit-tirm in 15113. "'l'hu- Hvlle Illlll this llrigauflsf' aplwarf-fl tu us tu lu- thi- lu-st 1,-in-1: Nvvt-1' was tlwrw a lllUl'P lj!-'llllllflll livlwiiu- ui' a umix- SX'Illlll1"ll'l1'kil ziiul gram-+-ful vluriiis, Zlllil we r-hall+-ug'+- l-Zruallway lu pi-orltic-v thv 1-quail uf tht- uuw famous saff--1-rar-lciiig st-1-ut-. The Gay 'White XVay must liavw lu-vu je-aluus nf Marylanll ,tw-iiiiv that night. 'l'lu- llIllfHl'lll Suctg-ess nf uui' shows is tu lu- laI'g'1'ly 1'llll'llDlll1'll tu thi- gm-nl rvtlim-s :lull ge--lie-lwvils +-l'fm'ts Of Charle-3' MuI'g'au, uf tht- l'uix'vi'sity of l't'llllSXlY2lI'1l1l Mask aull XYig.: Vluh, whu has giveii us fm'-4-ly' uf his time aull iiiggwuuity. llut this seasuu hw was uualvlw lu lu- with us, and all the 1lllll'4? c-re-dit should he 21SSlg'Ill'll tu lvmlml auml his l'UllklllllI'2ll'bI'S, whu, uuaillf-rl, wrote-. pimnltit-e-4'l. and acts-cl this n'lt'Y6'l', snappy little iuusim-al slum: Now that Dodd has graduated, llull has fallen hc-ir to the lie-avy 1-4-sptuisillilitil-s alul WF-ll-varnvtl limitws nf lwarlvr of this lll'S,'EllllZ2lllUll. llis gmail wwrk for tlw Miustrv-l Shuw Ou the lltiuclrfelltli Night lmefuiw- P-I'l'Li1lllllll1,lll. give'-s promise- uf tht- triumph that is tu fnlluw in Jllllv. The Minstrel Shuw was El S1'l'1'kllll. :intl quitf- up tn tlw Sl2lllIllll'1l uf past pei-fewiiiant-es: the songs we-re we-ll sung' and fairly new. and the jake-s wart- Ilwillie-1' inun- nur le-ss be-wliislu-re-rl than usual, The hit uf tht- eveiiiiig. ll1lXVPYt'I', was tlw slit'-tl-li. "A Day in thc- Olrl Navy." From thc- time the- c-urtaiu we--nl up to re-vc-al thf- ,ifl'2ll'l'flll Saluuu- Of nut' varly mm-ning dre-anis. In the last mite- of taps, tht- H1-igatlp was llelii-iuus with jfry. It may he true that must uf the llilllltvfl .iulws xvmw- rather uve-r tht- luszuls of thus.- nut verse-el in Ac-alle-thy lulwf- land f0I'IllllHlPlX vveu bl-yunfl tlu- lie-u uf tht- lvisvipliiu- lvepartme-ntl: but In the Rrigacle, by whom and for whom tht- show was ,21'lX'PllifllSll'llbll- tiuu nf seats to the c-mitrary IltjtXVllllSl2lll4llll,9,'flll? lu-1-ful-main-9 was at stu-tw-ssfa lufwliug sum,-of-ss. Q69 '14-I-' lk 'wmmmvwmnwn mmm mvvvvmrvirvvm rvvmn :mmm mm- mvmnnmviiwvmmwvmnmmrmmnvrmvmmmvmnwwwm -'-A"" 1- ff,-f..'4-" I I -A ,--n I ,I I 'T" .. W""?"f. .. 'V ."f"'Z.. I ' ' :'.TiLE . --s5sags.i'.,.. 'iiIQ4I' WIiVluIlii.i WWf1'I'I is IU iw 1 liiliwi If Ifiiiw IH :'II IIlLQiwii 1 A ,,!If2f ....1"I..i-.-'IIf..I.'fI.I....fI..I.., .II "'ii-IIIfT1IIu-i.gIIQII - I I Imam I wi 1 THE BELLE AND THE BRIGANDS .X lllwuxxi. LUKII-IH' ix lwu .Xcis IL'-ug in' IIUIIII, Ill'i,I., H'IZi:li-LN. lui Iiwwiiii, XxvUI'lIl2IiSI'UON .mn Z.xCii.uu.xs Imiuns i:x' lmlm .mu Illz Iimmiz Rllxic in' lmim .xxu Ilia Rimini THE BELLE AND THE BRIGANDS MUSICAL NUMBERS IIIi.XNl.X'l'lS I'liRSUN,XIf .XCLA I. INV KN Hpcuiug IEIIUVIIN. IImI4I Igickcys N IVaitrcssI-N Il'i':nc5' IIuf:mI 111 yuuug New Yurkcri ........ Llvru I wtziy :uvzikc at uiglit zilmut lliall tuuc. IMIIII Nan 1:1-mam um su-fu..fyi ............... .ll-lz.i.,.iQ . . ,NU NIHJWW' Xluxtuyfi tiluu-i'i1iriA uf IsI'uisI uf Xlilu HIT LWVINI Jilt ltvdnwn' Umm ' ' ' f II-:my N imma ' ' " . ' K ' ' ' , Iliu l.ii'l wlin ix XX'ZlIIlIlj-4' fur ywu, INHILI Irucy of XII-xicub .......,.................. Izlmci' Nye-VC U-:Welling 'wit for fun' Timm Ilurfvtlicu Kliie Ilzuiglilcrb ..,. ...IhuI1I I'Im'utIiun, Mostazn S Ilucstw g',,,-tim 11,3 I,,-inn.. mlvism., .,'-"'...'...-. lrclm Swing' unc I used tn kuiug, Ilmld TYEICY X Dorothea gt 'HY IA I, XII. h W I I It lv W Y - ,P jgziiislgilmis, Ilmlfl Irncy, I'ug, 5lim'ty. Morftazu . L .L mg .u . .uiiuviiilp M1 .ny iqmitci I...H .iuu Lmalci Hmm X Nana Ifraucis I.iltIut1iu 1:1 Nlixaiuiiziryl ........, SIiugIuf1' .XCT II. SIIOTTX 1lII1I III!! Hum Iil1l'gIZ1l'xI ..,.. IU' IIICIIISCIYQN Sliringtinlc. Dndli 'l'l.iK.y. Duruthea Chorub .Xlznveriiu 1:1 IL'flIIL'l' uf thu IIi'ig:ui1I,xJ ...Z:nCIizu'iz1s I5uu't do it, ITMIII Nloglazzn .Xutuiuc IIIZIZZITIIIN Ifrciicli chcfb ..... XYutIiui'apuuii IIZIIIIIIIIC IIZIIW- "IC R""'I' ,. Nm N Stella I Y .A Q I. , . Ilia szuue uIsI snug. IJUIICI Irucy R Durotlica -Iduettc "I I"L"'LI' m""lI """""""""" MNH Rngtiuic Ilrigziumls. Ile Ilmuly .XIzavvi'im X Ilziiul 'IIIIIA I'lluRi'5--- I!:uIiiL-II. II:nyIcy. Kirby, FIiuck. 5Ul'l"" me m Ilmluhal Lnml' Umm I , I:k'l'I'L'II. Sll'uImIc, Nlvuk, IJL'I'I'j', XXIylIlIC, Ilrziy, mln-I M 1, M AXIZUVCIIIO N Ixaml YZIII6. Iiily, IAVCIMIIIHII. RIcL'm'iuick, Iluutfmu, IYil. IIic Lure of thc blielu li'uiiiIwiic', Ifmlcl 3 i mn, Kip-Ivy, I':1rtcIIn, I.a1'wu, K'I:u'k, S. II.: Uultuu. - . . ,.5lm"ty N btclla yymg' 4g,.m,L.' Small' yczmmmv Hmmm. DOIIIUIIUIIY iuit like vnu, I7mImI Imcy S ITOYOIIICZI I Q Q Fiuzilc. IlmIrI II H" 'WPILIR M Svxwlfsls mf SL'ENlZRYf.Xk'I I. Rccciviug morn Inunkcyw, XY:1iti1-ww, I.:uIy ITC'IlllI'IL'I'i, llucstx. Lluirt iu Ti':1cy'S New York IIuusc. Act. II. Hrminds QIIIIIWIQ, Nzltixv iiizlielm-in zluel IIIYIQIIIIIIS. uutsiilc Klnstgizglk I':lI:1ci' mi Nlito, ONE HUNDREDTH NIGHT SHOW I"IiIIRL'.XRY 3272, ISN 3: A DAY IN THE OLD NAVY CTIMIQ 18903 IYicI'1'1'EN ni' If 'I'. IIuII. O. I,. IIUXVIICS, II. Ii. I"L-uu, IYutlici'spmm. A DAY IN THE OLD NAVY MINISTRELS Lfxsr INliai:l.m'l"1wmR-l'. I.. Foulz .lim flixli, KIIIISIIIIIIIIIIII, II. S. N ........ tl 'I'. IIuII END MEN-Vt.. T. HHH' U. L' puwlwgh xvnthcrl blwliu Imv, Xlirlxliipiiizui, If. S, N ...... U, I.. IIUNVIICN Spmm xv, H HCm.V. HII""f' -VI: 'Q' ....... , .......... XY II A A , ,, ,'LU,m III' L, .H ulgplmn IIRl'I.I'fIII'YlIIII, Purry. IM.-I X ullc, Ixii'tIaui1I, .XIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIVIII-I Iiiirgu ............... XXutIiui'spumi . . . .. , , . ,, . Vllllllli Y Im Xlillshi mim l, S Y H K 'rum btcvuux. bliugIuII, Miles, Il'IL'L', U Iiricu, IIuut1mn, . Q . vi ', . . I . , . . . I .... . . ' . . . . ,. . . . I I AIU-1UI', hiwisxlqupt, Im-uu, Xlcloriuick, XAIIIIIZIIIIN, "H'1'fNM'Il1'1"1"'1- IIIIJI 5ICf"1"""'f- Wil Stu-Iv, Curii, Kirby, I':utL-rwii, Ilulpiuc, ilcmiiipz, IQii'Iwy, Ifilfvg Iiif.-Iy, IEPISQ IMI X':1IIm', Ifllfvg I,L'l'I'y, UC IQUQNIU Inuwmm If I I. . . .. I 5YN4WSIS-I'.l1SQll1I'lIL', "XI:ui1Iy I.cv. Iulucriiuii Ilfws Xlzijur, lflllig Hilu, IHHSQ l'.i1Y 4 lm-iwwii, IHIH3 I.:ius11l1, WHL. I'.N'I'lc.1xNL'12 wif I'.Nu AIIZN I'i.iam Iixxu - l'imiwi', I... lflllig Zimli. Iiillig SUM. SVNG BY XYIiilu, I'iI1Lg Ifviiu-iii:nii, IUIILQ IYiIIi:u1ix, l1I11Sg I.zlu'- --Qwzmcc SIMM," Slinglm-f N Qcmttc "NIU" WUI' "If llic uinruiiig zuftci' wcrc the uigzlil IiL'fm'c" l'i-vi 1: i'i.xw.n1i-N IIf'II1III" KN ru, Sliuglufli. CN. 'I'. Ilull in-:u'iug, Smith. Iluiilmiu, Ilcl Ynllu, IM- Iimuln, "'I'lic Ilig Iiziss Yin!" II. K. Ifcuu N Uclcttc I-wuu, Sfimm-V Xlullq, KiIl:u'iu'y. XYIIQ-u slfiliuwiik "You'rv my Il:ilmy" :Ir Rnmlc K Uctuttv IjIIfIIiIl'I Ilmimmivw, Sum-I :uifl I.uw. HIIIII ruzuly to quit :uul Inc 14-MMI" IIZIIIQFSOII S.xi.v-xii-1 film-:uui If. Ii. H'I!i'iuu Ifiiixilv-f-uihmil Night, I.zuIivs" 270 "1mf'1Wf"m7"'n'n""n'W7T"7'77m'f1f"'T"n7! A w A 1. 1 1 1 1 T " W-..ttmt1t"'t.t, 1 WH UttFItW1ti1ttt'Itttfi'tdit1atttAttttttw it - t'tiUtl0w:f1f.'f1p9 .JW - "' tlttxt 'Wt ttttltmw JW'WW'ctfttwgwm,W 1-'t7f554f w ' M1hunm..4.. .... mumu.4MMn.4Muuu4nuunu4uAAm lnnnl M AAAIIIIIA mln A4AxAuA1nl AAAMAMAMAMM AAAA unmnun LAAL mn glA444Agg umgu41hAuLMMnuAMuuuuMnuAIl'4 ...nga f X 1 ff Q -fa fp 2 ,. "1" ' M f V f f 5 7 fit At A 71 fi - XZLZZZQQ 1 was . . ' U . VVVH 4' f. ' ,fX, W yea ! ff f ,www If 4 ' ' ffl ol! .js-9 52 L4 1 , .Q 4, 4-fm., Wmfwv- M A U l A L aw 4,,4,,.,o' .alfwf L 4 L' , l 1 1 , If fy 1 V ffl, c f , I ff W, f L I W A L ' 9712- 'X A W ff 46 -1 I , f I 1, 'gm , If N X izz55IL-jd-LLL44M,,,4 ifgwadg IT' ' www ' f X aff A . X X, 1 ? k I ,N ,ff K lf f , ,1 ' f f . -1 A -Kpuff I U 49 N lf . fe' 4 ' f V '7 1 ' 0 EK QQWQ1' IV s, , A ig Qgfy' X1 I di I ,M 1 P- ,- IQZ 252 , 13 JW gfmjmwwofmyww J k ,,,,.f1-K' THE MASQUERADERS '. T. HVILI, 19155 ----- - - Mzumgcr U. L. Dowxlcs 1913 - - - - Asst. Memmxgt-1' H. K. IJICNN 1913 Asst. Mun. :xml Musical Director Cr. L. GItP1l'INl-I 19135 - - - Asst. Musical I,1l'L'C't01' 1. L. 1V0ons1n14: 19155 - fllicf liluc-. :xml Stagg- M:u1:1g,gc1' '. C'. Town 19155 - liluc. :tml Asst. Stngu Mmlngt-1' 1. F. P1NRIGH'1' 1918 - lilt-C. :nut Asst. Stage Alilllilgtl' '. A. AIACGOWAN 191-11 - ---- 141lcct1'ic'i:1n '. K. KJSBKIICN 191-1+ - - Asst. AI2l.l1ilQCl' 271 T HE BURIAL OF JOHN PAUL JONES JANUARY 26, l9l3 '?,,"Q-f l""'W .r ---157 X, Q 5 . 'I -.""'k21l .4 hal-lb, KAI, vi A. '11 f Y I .,, F.--if f' 11" Of- fe f, Aff T H12 S AIQCUPH AGUS 1. l ,JA 2792 AI.PH.X I7I'1I.'I'.X PIII PIII IiI'I'I'.X ICPSIIADN S. I". I3nY.xN'l' ALPHA UNIICL' J. BI. S'1'r:14:l,1-: -XI.PII.X 'I'.XI' UNIIA-.X II. I3. Iilcuuml-'4:m:'1' I.. Ii. me Hunmi G. IV. Duzul-zlc. Jn. DIiI.'I'.X KA PP X IQPSIIUX fn w 5. Cl. IiOL'KA'lII.I. XV. IVINSLUW DIlII.'I'.X I'PSII.UN A. If. I7,u'ls K.XI'P.X .XI.PII.X Souillern IV. II. P. I3r..xNnx' R. IV. I'II'IIIRI'II,I. R. 0. IILUYIIII C. 'I'. IIVLI. C. I". ll.xn'1'1N K.XPP.X SIGMA A. 'I'. ICM:-:nsox J. I.. H.xI.r. XV. K. II.KIIRII.I. IV. J. Nl'N.xr.r,Y J. .X. SCOTT XY. A. 'I'r:.xs1.m' J. Ii. XVH.I.1.x Ms PIII I7I'lI.'I'.X 'I'III"I'X Ii. XY. Kun. Jn. 'I'. .I. I7ux'l.l: 3 , . II. .X. IJXICIE. .inn U. I3. Ilumlsux PIII IJI'II.'I'.X Ii. XV. L'l..xn1c S PIII GABINIX DFI 'I' X I.. NV. Ihaaxxx' J. If. IJUAK II. 'I'. IJlcKINsux J. I.. IqI'INIVOR'I'IIY I.. Ii. XYAII. II.1.X.xxX.x1.z.xu I.. IYOUU PIII K.XPP.X PQI II. .Xsslcnsnx BI. IS. ,Xnxm Il IS. IS. I3.u.s'rcm PIII K.XPP.X PI P. DILV. Sl.I'IIIPIIII PIII Ii.XPP.X .X. I3l'lc.xN'r 273 S PIII SIGBIX Ii.XPP.X H. II. IJl'II'l'l'S Ii. Iillzm' II. I.. Illll-Zl.lfS J. I'.. 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NVQ-ckly nwvtings arm- ht-lil. :ut whim-h 2lIlClI't,'N5l'N arc- givf-n hy fm'c'et'1ll spezllu-rs and strung lvzulri'm in Cliristiznn work. .Xt them- llN'l'llllgjx the iniclshilnnen are given a l'l62ll'Cl' icleu nf tht- lllIlllt'llhL' lllflllt'llC'C their acts will have on thi: men unch-1' the-in 2lflK'I' they gn ont in thv Se'l'vic'f-. Thx' supply nf in-wspzipa-iw :incl pcriuclicsxls for the litxilfllllg Roonl is lllilllltillllvtl Ivy thc' eusocintiun. :incl clnring the XVlllll'l' nmnths frm-qui-nt t'IllQ'I't2lllllllt,'lli'5 nrt- ?ll'l'ElllgIt'Cl under its Zlll5Illl'l'5. The' nmmt iinpurtnnl part of flu- Y. M. l'. .X. work. liowevvr, is that 2104-mnpliwln-ll tlmnigli thc- Wm-lily Bililc- clzusmg in cnnm-ction with stncly of the Scriptiires. rliwnssions on right living :incl thc' zippliczltinn nf l'ln'inli:inity tn vu-i'y1l:1y life living the fellows nmrc- fully to l'K'2lllZi' thv mwfl nt' lu-ttc-1'nn-nt nf thvir spiritual xi-lvl-N. tl' t Qgf' Q77 Ili Ll NK I C1 B LUCKY BAG STAFF Ifrlilm' U. .X. .Xxlmnlaws lg1l.9'IlIl'.S'.S' 1'lImmgr1r Plzuloyruplwr H. E. IQEISKIQR II. V. BRYAN .41 rt L'il01'zI1'j1 . GRAY H. I.. AIx1xo'1"r 1. IIEIJIICK NV. II. P. ISLANUY L l'. IIIYLI. E. I.. GAYI-lAu'1' I D. IIIJLI. J. MCC. NIII.I.ER IXIASICK A. S. YV.xI.'1'0N .. XNYIIILEII1' C. H. XNIANT -Alllnlvlirs Humor . .lrxxxx S. I". BRYAN1' C. V.LxNYAl.z.xl1 Ii. 'l'. IIVNT .I.s'.vi.vlul1l Hu.win1's.v .llunugrfr li. J. YYILSUN lf4'ln'1'.w'rllulil-rf for ISII ll C. I". AIAIKTIN lfrfpr1'.w'u!ulil'1' fm' I9l5 II. C. 'I'm'11: Y 9278 ff 1 ph ...3 Y- fl' 5 1 l if 154 --4 .I "Q Yu, -1 if-f 1.1. ' 5. Ly , . '. 1' 2 ,. 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M - ' 1 W ' 4 ' X' , -a lsewx - li' I lim WEB X, ' E" 'I - illljlll 3-J 12 aiimsms S -- -- THE ANN APOLITAN NAUGHTYCLE A GLGRIOUS YEAR O 1913 MANACK F FIRNI' ,YND UA 'l, Y ISIJITIUN ln Xlmzmnc-k Uiiicc of the S cre- l 'md posfvd lay thc Ndllgflltyl' ' A " under thc- 2'Illth0l'ifY of the 6 Puhishet 1 V 1 u vu 1 L unsc 1 x .lf ny , Atlnlf-tic: Aswn. U. S. Naval fury of tlw 1If'XiQ'Flll L F P affix 0 Q L 5 ,6 Qxx o ' 1' Q 4 ' X X u ' cn , ' Q fr e 1 I0 ,ex ,I H ' 00 Ns ,if if J 94 x.. 1'-J X' I' U OF esp .,sQ K . -' Q 'af , O . ' N ' QQ5 - ' yf f f R 0 UP : U Y 'X , Q J X g s fd v I Q.. xi its Q -.I 'lt' K s..s'- I.u'K Y BM W ss a l,lllN'l'INU UH ICE H-92 PREFACE Tin',lmzupolifrlrls.'Vfr11g'l1f,11r'I4',llnm1mz'lf is uspcclnll-V C'lllllIlllL'il for flu- usm- of Hoy Nuvigzllors, zlncl is 4-all-nulntl-fl for tln- lll0l'lIllilll of Room J. If conluins all 'flu' clzllal llL'l'L'SN2ll'.V for flu- Stllllllllll of pg-1'plm.-Xing IJl'Ullll'lllS. inc-lncling Tozllzlfs ,lldlzml of Av!lY'i,Q'lI'llllI'll lViff1ouf 11 fllIl'0IIUlIlt'fl'I' nncl l,t'IIl I"ouf.3'.s' f'OI'IIfi6',ll1 Wif. By iLlllll0l'll.Y of flu- Nav. llqm1'hnunl. 'fllc 'rxm-:Lfisv on lVl1y I Iffwvzrzlllf' flu' .lloon by SL-:unzm Juvk Knfcs lms ln-un onnlfccl. Tllc llllllllllly lisfs of lfalling Slnrs zum' inc-lnflwl in flu- zlppcnmlix clu- volml 'ro '.l'1'u- Tllllllll'L', togvflmcr with Nofvs on Sft'H1lI' Ijl.S'fllIIl'l'N ll-Y G. B. l,2lVlS :lllcl lf. L. XXVUUQTSTKTQ. Alfa-nfion is will-fl fo Mr. J. II. IIHlT.lllilllqS Sfnr C'lmrt of flu' .S'o11fl17c'1'.wf IIc'111'1'11.w im'11u1'i11g' I'ol11ri.v. By kinfl pL'l'llllNSl0ll of Ur. T. Gngcrfy 13l'I'l'll'll., tin-rv is inclnrlcml :1 cluzu' anal convincing sfzmh-nn-nf of lns wvll known Tllrory of S4'.1'f1111f Errors. followed by flu- l'CSllllS ol' luis l'l'L'L'lll l't'Nl'2Ll'l'llL'S on Sf'i4'11fific ,IIIIIIIIQTIII-t'Ilf ax upplivfl fo Jlcxws ,1ff4'r1rlf1n1'.v. Tlxc lll2Ll'llIL' alum for flns pulmlicnlion is all-rivccl from original SUlll'l'l'S fnrnisln-rl lay lllt'llllll,'l'S of flu- lil-inn BIL-1'n'1.-clcs Snrvcying lixpwlifion. l,l'Ul'lL'SSUl' YV. T. C'oc'ln":1n's nlonogrzlplu on C'l1lroA 7l0llI'6'fl'l' f,,llI'IIljll1l'iSUIlfS lms hu-n l:u'g'c-ly clmwn froln, :unl flmnks arc lluc M. Pzmnl i':mss:u'cl for luis mlnnlmll- snggcsfion :ls lo Noon Tick by Siren. , . - - . - l'o1' :L lllllvl' Sl.2Ll.t'IllL'Ill of lllc :unls :unl pnrposus ol' 'rlns conn- W1 pa.-nlliunl, lllc llltL'l'L'Sl'l'IT rwnlun- slloulrl l'L'l.t'l' lo Ililgl' 549. .uf'L'y Brig: Vol. XX, 1913. AIARK ST. I'lll.Alil0lfS, Dm-l0c"fo1', N2llllL2:lll'..Vl'll' Allllzllmck. l'r':LlJi'own. l"l'lll'lIill'-Y 939. NHS. 282 NAUGHTYCLE ALMANACK CGNTENTS The Climb of the Fearless Favorite Cruise of tlie Boy Scouts . . Athletics-IVez1k Squad ..... Intimate Views of tlic Forty Per Vent ...... Mexican Atliletic Assn.-Unantliorizecl Hop Vommittee. Life on the Ocean IVave ..... Pampered Pets ....... The Hand of Discipline ..... Lem Foutfs Cornfielcl VVit4" System! if at . Routine for Bless Attenclzmnts . Reina Mercedes Insurance Coinpany. . . . Aclvertisements . .... . .... . APPENDICITIS Vocabularia Miflsliipmzmia .. 66 CC A. Leo Haas-A Curve of Pleasure Die Rheinorei-A Toast-To R. B. D .... . Route of the U. S. S. Delaware 283 Page I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII Page .A . B . C7 . D . E I Ya X5 U31l'1'YSQ1flfLiA1fl1fXNASfaN EE- THE CLIMB OF THE FEARLESS FAVORITE QXVIIII siiu-I-rv JIINPIIIQIIVS to Ill-oi'gg'v Nth-I C.xN'ro I 'I' vaunu- to lvalss thait an Young' Blain olu-v I-scailu-cl fron: llu- Corn Iiows zuul atrriyt-Il all Xnnaipolis. with thu- I'oinpli-Iv l'lia1n5gm- :uul an frm- Il1lIilItlg,1' of tlu- Naivatl .Xt-:uh-niy. Ilis logs gaivt- waly ant tlu- Ilingm- wlu-n lu- waillu-tl. Ilis llolilu-tl Ilaiir wats plaistm-rm-ll clown with Iloost- llrvaisi- whirh niotlu-r haul ruhlu-cl on lu-fort' slu- wairiu'tl liiin ZIIIZIIIISI tlu- I,itluor Ilailiit. IIowm-x'm-r!- uiulm-r his Ingfi-owing Ilalt we-rv tlu- ,Xnswc-rs to tlu- lust 'IR-n Iixauninaitions, auul an I'ui-posv Io ISI-ttm-r tlu- Naivy, that wus IIl'llll'I' thain tlu- Iilu-s in Iiougrc-'s Nlouth. Ilt- I'ansst-cl, anul tlu- New l'aairo ,Xiggriis lnauiaigm-cl to sqiu-1-zc his I'aist CilI'l't'I' into hailt' an I-olunin. .XII of whit-h lu- 4-oulml sing- to tlu- tum- of 'i.It'l'IlSZIIl'Illl .It-rusaxlc-ni!" lu-forv lu- haul lu-I-n Ilirtu- we-1-ks fron: tlu- Ilnzt-I lirush. liut Ilt- liiuluri-il auul l,t-airiu-ml. l"or to Uur ,Xlnu-r tlu- Pursuit of I"annu- wats :iw-. 1-vt-ii morn- thain wats tlu- aittaiinnu-nt of "flown Crowd" to I". Iioclt-rim-lc Dc-I'1-ystc-1' of Nm-w York City. Xiul lu-holtll wlu-n tlu-y lnoth llt'IlIl'Vl' tlu- llralu- lit-sponsiliilitit-s of 'I'lu- First l'la1ss, Our AIIIIUI' rt-sith-tli in an l'oriu-r Iiooni auul wt-:tra-tli at Sworcl, while- I". limulm-rick wif-lclt-th tlu- niuslu-t :nul I-lu-wt-th tlu- Ur:-c-n l'iul of linvy in Room 'I'ln'i-1-. l"or vm-rily I sany unto you thaut 1-vm-n lu- thait hazth sulvsish-cl on Ile-rlcinu-r Ulu-4-sv auul IH-trilic-cl Cocllish many lu- sm-nior to him who roclt- in "I':utlu1Ii's Cath." Ifor tlu- Waiys of 'l'm-I-uinst-li airm- .lustl Il.XN'l'tl ll ,Xiul now it vainu- upon Alnu-r Ihait. aiftm-r lianving au-quirm-cl I"a1nu-. lu- wats lu-sm-I hy Ce-rtalin I,l'SIj1'IlIIIj,f I'raililaitt-s. Ivy whom lu- wats ln'ouglit to lu-lic-vc thalt lu- shoulcl lu- of tlu- IIIIIPI' t'irm-Iv ot' llot I'otaitoe-s. ,Xiul inairyi-Ions wats tlu- lic-sult. SIITIIIQIU things cainu- upon hiin: lu- horrowc-cl I I'ic-kliau-tlt's Ionilu-iiaun Blatssangc- Crt-ann, his vailu- of Mrs. U'Sulliva1n's I"au-iall Soup. his hottls- of llaiir Uintnu-nt, auul 1-vt-n his 'ian' of tlu- Young IiirI's lh-auitilicr. VI'iIh tlu-sv lu- SIH'lll'l'll llp :is Ilt'l' I,Il't'l'IIUlli. Ih ' ' I-n lu- -iouriu-yt-cl tliriu- we-I-lily to Mr. 'l'. llugt-rty lit-rrim-n's Ilaiirclrt-ssm-r. wlu-rv originate- 'I'hon1als's I1'l'l'JtI' Ilolu-s. llt- l'tlllllIll'Ill'l'iI to gm-I ricl ol' sonu- of his Goshaiwful Ilalhitsg lu- ovvr- vainu- his Ilainlqc-ring' for llruu' Storm- Socly' IVHII-rg lu- rc-cliu'1-cl tlu- .Xnulv fwj of his Soup-Howl Iil'4lIll H5 to Iitl I74-gn-1-sz auul lu- IClll'lIl'II-IIUI to shout for an Svc-oiul .Ill-Iping of Spiuls. 'l'lu-n lu- hought for hinism-If an I,ovt-r's Guiclm-, wlu-rc-in ont- is tolcl that :lt tlu- c-ntl of Eau-h Dauuw oiu- must show positivt- Agony in ti-airing anwaiy tlu- l,a1st Ilauul. lla- lu-I-'ani to 'five' tlu- Dull ltlym- to thosm- whosc llauuls lu- 1-oulcl holcl ainytinu- no oiu- wats P' P' looking. auul instt-sul. lu-gain to Drug ai Uollm-c-tion of Vitrilin-cl Bru-ks who lin-Iongx-tl. Vt-ry soon lu- lvwannu- arwaure- thant only sm-vt-1'alI in Town rm-ailly Pu-Iongx-cl, auul I-vt-n sonu- of tlu-in rlimlnt ISL-long 1-nough to Ilurt. NYlu-n lu- fourul thatt sonu- of his ,Xiu-I-stors wc-rc Ilu' folks who turn:-tl tlu- waltc-1' into Long Islauul Souncl. lu- tolcl so Manny thalt lu- aihnost' lit-lim-vc-cl it llllllsn-If. It IH'L'Jlllll' his Duty to ,gfnairfl tlu- I"aunily Nilllll' auul not to slu-alla to Ihosm- who haul I I li-ss thann 'I'ln'1-u- Initianls. III- wats now rt-auling XYoi-ks hy Iinniiu-nt .Xuthoritit-s, auul aa. .inu-s surlirist-il his aissot-inte-s with Quotations from I"ori-ign ,I,3IIIIIIlJlg1I'S. lit- salt for an SI pivturt-. auul it look iliii to srluaira- his 4-onsc-it-iu-v with tlu- I,lltlIUg'l'2IIlIl0I'. 2 Ili- soon haul an stu-4-iail Ill'IlIll'Sl. Slit in tlu- Ilivisionul Ullict- Door. auul lu- kt-pt his Dre-ss l'ni- forln hruslu-cl auul IIIIIIILKIIIILL' on tlu- foot of his III-ll so lhail lu- voulrl I,IIlll'Il ai NI:-all-'I'ic-lu-I :it aln inslannl's nolicw-, lilac- ai Flu-ann Sli-I-vs-i' lu-ailing Ilu- l,allt- lllaist. llis auliniring' I'l:ussnialtt-s i'i-tl-i'i'1-tl to him als 'l'lu- Sociail I,ion. Il.XN'I'U Ill llm- g1'l'JttItlilIt'fl. Hill lu- Iuwonu- llu- NI'hitt- lloust- Xiclt-, :uul lllZlI'l'y tlu- I'rt-sich-nt's I,JlIlQ'llI'l'I'? I'.xs'ro IX' No, Ili- we-nl l5au'lq to Nm-w lniro on l.1-:lynx Slllfl wats waiilinf-' for hiln all' tlu- Slaition with tlu- P' llorst- auul Iliiggglx. ,Xftt-r au-tluiring' ai t':nx'or:nlrli- Ilaill'-N1-lson lor IlI'Il'l'll SlIt't'l'SSlVi' livt-nings, lu- tlvvltli-tl In Illmli I ll. Now Slu- waiils lol' llu- Ships Io vonu- in alt .lainu-slown. Nloraul: 'I'lu- right 'I'inu- lo l'lxit I-I'tllll llu- Soviail Iiilllll' is llc-l'orv your Iilutl' is Calllm-cl. Q84- Q s NAI'GII'l'YL'l,lC AIJIANACK Il --'! ,F 1 ' fDEAK,RE9-'IKE THEY nun ALFOSS START an A nsuouus 0 A HAND CAR AND os coaNT'l.y BOARD SAME C. S GJ u .,. A yfN , ' X 4, X L fill ' gm' -- --,L X ZZ4ii lll Z7Zfi so 1 Q G 1 . Q Tl-45 DUTY squAo :.s SENT' ,N P0fLSyiT'. ssvznu. luaafrs Ant' sms To HAVE ISIN lzufvoowu I. V ,, MAGNl FlfD ,X JJ, , 20 Dl'AN1- ,1,- Z z-I , X X NY X l- I Iuf fl x Qjgig 5, ff fi, C, LL , -1- X ,- f""N ' f 65? Ziilflifllfiflllllfffffl7572-fl ZfIi lik! , f Z -L 1' V Y 7 f ,V .0 1 X 1 I X ff ,X 7 1 ? f fi 2.252232-, ig I Z 511:54 -- Z- vvnnguvh Homrwfm o Bo vnu Q85 II XAI'GI I'l'YCI,lC ALMANACK 4 K ' as , Y , Y Y - ' lf' ' .fdfQVVE,IARERS' Gris I E ' f Q K5 SK R gg -, SEARLQ PI HUN T bf Sr W ' S v , 7' 5 ld ! 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'I il' , 'V 9 gif " :Zh ' A 4 4 154' 'FN Tw 4241114-!u f-- Co- .. TNTIBIATE VIENVS OF THE FUICTY 1'I'IR CI'IN'l'. Y NAI'GII'l'YCI.lC AIAIANACK . Qs, ' 1 'F 4 I 4 I J Q 1 f 6. In Tm. Ulu. 15l'liNEl!S MEXICAN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION R. IE. D.xru11'l'ln'. lJl'I'.N'Ill1'llff II. li. lll'Il,l,l'Ill5'l'I-IU!. .N'I'l'l'I'fllI'.lf li. 5. ll. X1:x.xm,1:. lrmxuru' l'npluin.v NYK-nk Squsulf B. 'l'. IIVN1' Crum Cmnntry Squznl' P. l'Nxss,xnn ,1lllllll1lI'l'.Y Uil Hlll'IH'l'S' Ululm' H. C. Ihvls Hop C"r:n111it1m'1' 'lf YY. Mc'UI'llcl UNAUTHORIZED HOP O COMMITTEE GENUINE .fx T ti. Nl. 'l'ISIl.Kl.l'I. f'lIfliI'Ill zu I sv 1 21 In V -f.,. 54' . ll-:Isl-zxllml f x f 7 F. ItXllIC.Xll ul X' . XY. J. lil'IH,I. I ' l T Q li. xY,XlI,I. X ' HH 1 I lhll ll, 'l'. lluwli ff I-I liCffQ7.Il't' X 'EQ ISIIJ WAA! r X. 11.51-1:n'uxx l, NI,xlcwllxl,l. J 'm SAMOA S288 -4 .r1. NA I 'c:I 1'1' yc1,1f1 ,xml Axx3 y Q1, VI - Mg L Q! 2? 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' I 1-0, r I' Eampereh Bets Zlifr at the Eklniteh States jaahal Qnahelnp is a rnnttnual ruunh uf pleanure, ants the nuhsbipmen are the pampereh h ante petteh suns of a hating nation P- I I 1 THE oF'F1cEfz MAKING suns 'N CHARM DoEsN'1'HAVE OF S OF THE T0 SPEAK MfK!H0'2V0ffF gfnrmomss NOTES WHEN D0 I come? If gf IMAKUJG- onfAQr'0R.s pu wEoNEs DAY5Q,,I ""!"""L., 290 NAIIGII'l'YCI,E ALM ANACK VI I I I f,f ..f' . X - --' 'ff' TJ" 4 --'J' N I 24'-lx , vg, Q11 XY 1 , I 'I l 1 f f II 7 9 ,L I f v WI 6 f -A ,I A I r , .Q 5 f I 11177 I f ,A f al, Z1 D' fav' the 7?1onL'A,. wmomug T:-nz 3PjRl1 91' if-SAX -"1'1,un -rf f A THE HAND Z WF 4 -f 1 2' f I I """' - ,f DISCIPLINE X X il f f -. Q , 5 H ig f 1 - I K W K fI'vCI1'swmE ,f f g .. ,gf I. A 'Q I G Q- " f."3', ? g rI?IZ5wf2g! Z 5? 5? ' N ga" 4225? 4 . 3 M M if IIIINQQ 'W I 'I' I ', ,' If If f Wi' ,.?4' II,la'!1f.f.aLg ' f ff f f I fi 'f I A Wffff-P011 we -cbmw17ff- aw-Q85 ssfwvf ipff' ' ' YfwYIi'1 J ' v -X, it i i bill-I1L5,SlLi4I+NAB AC 13 LEM FOUTZ'S CORNFIELD WIT sf- 'l'ht-i':- was onci- :i m:in who had :1 woodi-n whistlv.-and vouldn't whisth-. "Souix-liody sioh- my 52lfl'ty l'JlZ0l'.N XYhy did Gilh-ttv him do it?" "S:iy. lxoys, I just had :i liilllililitflll Coc'kt:1il." Uhorus Qnot l"ii':-Him-aj: "YVhy didn't you luring HQ om-?" "Bc-c-:iiiw thi- Billllililitilll :my morn-." ' lt' il hig lalm-uisu-ks-t ix :I goh, is :1 little hlilc-jacket il golvlvi? l'nc-lv Si we-nt over to lFl:isipo:'t to thi- c-irc-ugy, lint lu- didn't like- it hec-:iuse the hc-:it was intense. ln Bn-rlin. cu-i'y' timc- Pm-tc valh-d for dry Nlurtinio, they In-ought him three of 'e-ni. The 1'-work was Q-:isyg :ill we had to do wus set :ind drift. " A 'l"i SYSTEM ! fNofa-: Tin' Nffllllllll "" i'r-pi':f.wm1f.c lu-o Ifliiilfx of TIN' Iforla-I1l'.v l'4lfI'.N' :mal u l'i!f!lI'I'ffP FOIIIIILD Now lc-t's sm- :ihont thc-sc hoeirds. lu-rc. Thi- ho:u'ds on this side :ire ll little- iEll'gFl' than thou- on the- othl-r side. 'ii' Now, Mr. liruy, Mr. ,Xuxtin i5n't ln-rc this morning, you :ind Mr. Blondy ' c-:in 4-:ic-h have half of his hoard. NV:1it il minute. we have :1 flozitvr in In-rv. 9' l'lr:isi- that lint- down thc- middfc of thc ho:i1'd. 7+ Mr. Brownm-II. what :irc you luugrliing ut? 4 l'll h:u'i- yon llIllit'I'5tIlINl ilu-11-R to lw no joy in this xevtion. "' Brcnnvr, pre-ss that button tin-rc.-'+l5oy, it's vold in ht-1'c-, ii "" drziin that rzidiutor Now you 1'::n't drziin that l'2llii1liUl' with :i N:-1-4-xx' driverlfv- gl-t il hunks-i! A' Now. Nlilh-V. don't put il dumn thing down Hfgg,-' ilu-ra-, "" 'A not :i dnmn thing. How c-:in l hm-:ir yon i':-:-it:- wht-n you don't put il linc- und:-1' il wg!! '3' W'--LA! your neun:-? ""' Now put thc- mnnlwr of thi- slip L :ii thu- top oi' thi- hoard. ""' llow do you 1-xp:-vl 5 C I jg 1. .M io gm-i thc- right JlllNWt'l' wht-n you lizivr-n't got thi- lllIIlliN'l' oi' thc dip :ui thi- lop of thc- lmourd? ' X X H Ami- " lr,-Ill' xlip iiiiiwiligl--yvlilo took ii? Ci J If! X -V lnlim- i'ilJll',L1'l' oi your Nl'1'ilUll! " I 1 f 3 ,7 9 , 5 -K f ,J,,. X '- C-,, f- 1 X yi 292 NAI'GIITYCLlfl ALMANACK X Hewport, R. I., Sugust 12, 1912. BOUTIHB NESS ATTENDANIS. 5:30 Reveillei h d 1 t ' an s c ean u an . 2520 Egggengir wakes up latepog Desi and lashes his hammock. 7:00 Messenger get ice and water. 7:05 Messenger makes toast. 7:15 Second releif sets tables-First releif reports for food. 7:30 Toast and ice water must be on the table messenger stands by in mess loom and does not leave it for any purpose what so ever' second releif brings food from pantry- messenger and second releif wait on table- first releif continues bringing food to pantry. 8:05 First and second releif clean up mess room-messenger puts on detail meals then eats breakfast. 8:55 Hessenger cleans out washroom. 9:00 0 10:00 0 11:00 Hessenger reports. 11:80 Messenger makes toaste second releif sets tables and sees water served. 11:40 First releif reports to gally for food. 12:00 Dinner- messenger and second releif serve tables- messenger does not leave compartme t. 18:35 Messenger serves detail meals then eats his dinner. 12:40 First and second reledf clean up mess room. 1:00+2:00v3:00-4:00 Messenger reports. 5:00 Messenger gets ice and water. o o 5 50 5:40 6 00 6:30 7: 8: OO OO Messenger makes toast-second releif sets tables. First releif gets food from galley. Supper- water must be on tables-messenger and second releif wait on table- messenger does not leave compartment. First and second releif clean up mess room- messenger gets detail meals then eats sup er. P Messenger reports. All hands report. MESSENGER- The messenger will be detailed for one day at a time. He will be general utility man and preform duties as indecated above. The first and second releifs will wash dishes and keep pantry clean during the meals-and days and after meals Hess . . . enger :ill get wash dishes and will eat his meals first. No excuse e accepted for not complying with this routine and orders will come from the mate of the deck alone. DETAIL MESSWNGERS- Monday, Pinkney- Tuesday, Harris- Wednddyy Lewis? Thursday, Pinkn - Frid ' - A Lewis' Sunday, Pinkneyfy ay. 11112151 Harris Saturday, Signed, 456 , Midshipman, U. S. N. Mate of Deck. 293 43' 'fl 'P iff-gif fb.. p IT HHS THE ,STRENGTH OF MunnHvH.LL,.q A ffpc-s Alf: REA' A- REINA MERCEDES I NSURANCE Co. Fvcsldcnf' po. L-D0 WNE3- Secfy' Trans! 'E HP BLHNDX 5 5 Yme Aaesfclenf' l.,fVl. Flwrz, L, D, Pfcrlemuca, OFFICE-,BO Y-p Dim.,-Torg g.. VVQLF , ZEMKE, Vqfxz, , GEXSENHOFF ,Q--? Lmf5n.I1'ass .5'O,OOOQOOoL0m5. Hsgars K Suapwses g5'OQOO.OOO,O0QOOQ0oQooO.005' Home OFFICE f CRRBTOWN'H:LH'MEIK, 5oa.ac1'r:NC OFFIQS, SMOKE HALL- ' - Y 1 Q17 5 The White House, Feb. 29, 1915. Candidate Joseph Q. Gish, Care of Bobby 8 Buck University, Annapolis, Md. My Dear Sir:- ln view of your prospective entrance into the Naval Academy, in which l wish you great success, l desire to call your attention to the protection and benefits to be derived by taking out a policy with the Reina Mercedes lnsurance Company. This well knowncorporation, which has the strength of Murray Hill and is chartered under the Regulations of the Department of Discipline, 1912-1915, was originally or- ganized for the relief of midshipmen undergoing sea duty during the winter months, but its scope is now extended.to cover all cases of Academic misfortune. The following classifica- tion of our policies will make plain to you the extremely low rates of which you may avail yourself, and the great benefits to be derived by joining us at an early age: l. For all midshipmen of mild temperament, obedient,total abstainers, and non-smokers,-25c per month, straight life, 31.50 per year, 4 year endowment. Should you be accidentally ragged, we pay full face value of the policy. 2. For smokers,-same as illexcept for l0c. per month extra, or 32.00 per year. CSpecial rates to oil-burners on application.D 5. Frenchers: as the mortality rate of this class is very high, we are compelled toxnake the premium 50c. perrnonth, but pay a benefit of 315.00 in case the policy-holder escapes detection. 4. Non-Regs: same as 5. Boozing: this is equivalent to committing cyanide, and absolves the company of all obligations under the contract. Awaiting an early reply with remittance Cpostal or express money order, no candy tickets acceptedl, 1 remain, Benevolently yours, X LIE. LM President. NAUGHTYCLE ALMANACK ADVERTISICII X11 T. GUGERTY BERRIEN 3 new , 'U-.X 13 AW HERPICIDIST 'f Nu more bald spots! Luxuriant growth , . X ' guarantecrl-any color. Try my remcdy- Z it makes two hairs grow where no hair gf 7 grew before. igffln ff Reierence: ge careful titdipgly P. Jomas SEARLES, Esq. - The om Established Firm 0N174W"e"e L I ,ut des-f.Y'ed to SVUW U' SEARLES Private Detective Agency T. NI. St-nrles, Principal Naval Service a specialty-Operativcs furnished at any hour of the day or night -Legal Services to our clients at sca- lawyer rates. Let us audit your books- We Guarantee to Find Them Crooked Bryanstein 8: F utzenheimer Ive-ale--rs in Old Clothes, Junk, Stamps and Beer-Vats BROKERS IN STRAIGHT DOPE l'llll'0lliZ0 Us :intl You Bilge. llnolll Ii Phone 23 R. H. KNIGHT 81. CO PUBLISHERS OF REEF POINTS Orders executed while you wait-YVe furnish chairs for our customers+Prompt delivery our specialty. Orders now being booked for 1931 mf? Vaudeville I ! Y ' 1, . 1. W 0 as :Uh 4 1 ' A itll. hunk' 51 . ! ' I il' ' ,Z A SMOKE HALL LYCEUM Continuous Performance OUR CROXVD ln their glittering success F.Vl'Hl+lR'S CAR -fresh from New York SIS Mt-UAXVLEY-Makes her debut in the great song hit "1 Many be XYQ-uk but l'1n Axvfully XYiry" BOY SCOITTS lfntler the direction of Bryans lmughtry hz in thrilling Mexican Athletics Q, A Mr. GINGER, AUSTIN Gives his well known inipersonations W., - .ft gt ,. ,I ':::,? l dl.. 'I' tl:- I .li in I I' X ,i 1 it ff ti Q ,rj SUNSHINE PROM DARKEST AFRICA LIFE ON THE OCEAN WAVE ,ml A pathetic Monolog by Sr. Ramon Asserson Music by the Plebe Band UNIVERSITY OF Bobb 8: Buck Room 63, Bancroft I-Iall After four years continuous service to- gether we are better prepared than ever to cater to our patrons. .Straight Dope given to all who can furnish sufficient security. We guarantee to pre- pare ynu for anything-even the YVURST. In fact our line is complete in every par- ticular except dragging bricks for our clients. Taxicab trips through the principal cities of the world are conveniently arranged- Noises manufactured which are so loud it is impossible to hear them-Sunsets our specialty. No one with smallliieetfneedfapply 'D THE ,Nb-iii. ,N 47 i FEINHWE RCE D11 OLD Fsrfaafrff X Can Waarfftk COIWPIYIV Y KA X M r N i cshowgg f' 5.3 l 4, .. X t " f fjg, A 2 '51 'YW . f R A .A I ff 1 f .tx at F W QU v 1' i' tux" I ' X It t 1 i Qrz Oowfvfs JDRIJIDEIVI' or rfyg "?fffVfV Mfnafof 5 XWJURHNCE C' UMPAW1 VVhen writing to Advertisers Mention the Naughtycle Almanack 295 A XAPUGHTYQLE ALMANAC K APPENDIX . fv - If TY - , T- 1 ..,,.---,,,. ' ll - " -,.f"'. in 4 - .f 04 1 1 g Q r U - l 4 4. . I , ' K I li 4 Z Mi - 1' X ,., 1 ' I ,, At. ,ly E' F X ry. f y 1 A fi- l 'ff 1 . '1 1 A Ay C a..,J-1. . " . 0 ...41l:,.: 1 i " f f1r"'N-lf ' l , .422 5 1 . -1111! ff 'M rs . . 1 ' ' 'f fe 'af-"' 1 .ff - - f 'T 1 - - 1' 'ml , 4 f r 1. MAI ' Lu .tlx-t:11...1......'- "ff ' 'f 'f ' ' AA1o1'x1A .Xv.1.11,.x111.1f, 11. .X Illltlsllllblllflllib fortune or l31:Ic14, 11. A heavy drag: the non-ornamental ele- IlllSll'l1'lll,llt', tlepentling on whether a plus or ment of our social structure. The friend of 21 minus NIQII preeetles lt, See Pass liooli. friend. See tioltl Brick, .'Xx.x1.vT. 11. .Xcnte mental torture: Math in its US. 11. llrftllll the Greek Bern S1'e11111.l Bright earlier stage-. Stars of Eloquence. ,'XNCll1lR MAN, 11. .The one who is secured at the b111t11n1: fl eherislietl classmate. Atvxs. 11. tll One of those rivers of which the poet sings, 121 An earnest. attempt by the Q'XCZ'llilCllllC Board to reveal lllClCi,CI1 knowledge. secreted during the 2nd Term. Pi.X'li. :'. l. As "bat ll reeitati11n." To fail to hit the tree. BAT, 11. .Xlihrevizttitni uf Battalion: four companies of pampered pets, l'l11.1z1f, 1', To leave these parts sans diploma. BILQFR, 11. lle who liilges: also the Man who Comes Back., lilwli. T'. 1. C-9' f. To WY lf' get Ytlur 1I1t'illCy'5 worth from fl Naval Acinletny text bookg a lnidship- man! last resort. ,fgf , ' 7 1 '11 'N ,. , .,f f4a 7, . ,L 1. , ,L .1 ' X j -- ,. I. I rl - ffm 2' . fy 'vii ' 771: 'wilfaff HHN A nf ay.. lioxiis, 11. Sliort C'AlUl'nl' in Pllysiology and Hygiene, or the luvils ot l.111n11r. Boy, 11. A species of the Genus Africanus. There are two specimens known to us, C11 Corridor, ttij Mess llall. See Moke. lllmclt, 11. I. The futile attempt to make a midship- man "s+1l1l1er and sailor to-1." Bl4.XC'lf, 11. The one thing :1 plebe has on an upper classman. lil'I.L, ll. The stntt' pipe dreams are made of. See Alalces. l3L'sT, cu 1. To fail to convince the prof: in exami- nations, the result of honing the wrong dope. BL'ZZ.x1:n, 11. Sleeve decoration of il petty officer? the national birtl. C, N S, rl. llrief tleseription of lllil,lSlllDll11lIl re- turning front Bergen liberty. CALC, 11. Youngster Yiddish: second stage of acute mathematics. C.xNDIn1v1t12, 11. As1ll'l111lC Navale Academie. A per- . l . , . . . son in the eontlition where ignorance 13 bliss. Clfmxlzv CAB, 11. .X weird vehicle. built in 1776. anfl rented tor its weight ll'l gold. The great- great-qrancltauher of the picture on thaneys l.ive1'y Calendar. CHRIs'r1xI.-xs rlllilili. 11. List of those liable to be de- tieient for the lst Term. An evergreen of spreading bralnehes where bnzzarrls-and others -roost. CIT, 11. A man free, white, and twenty-one, with the right to vote. Not ll miflshipman. CHS. ll. Uniform for September: the glory of Soltiinon,-on grad terms. t"1.ErxN SIJZIZYE, 11. First Class high private in the rear rank. t,'111.o, 111121. .Xs "bust cold," Absolute zero. Pom. 11. The skipper of U. S. S. Bancroft Hall. CRAIZ, 11. .X native of The .Xncieut City. C'1:.x1z'rowN, 11. The suburbs of the Naval Academy. Cnoss t"oUN'r1ev, 11. A tifty minute stroll on the etlee of the Aendeinic Limits. D.Vifl, 11. .'Xlll3I'C'Vl1lll0ll for the Romance Langnageg complete tlelllllllflll unprlntable. D.xY's XN'o111:, 11. Twice as much Navigation as can be tlone in two hours. l'l151Q1'-AN11511. 11tl1'. Said of those whose ignorance has been lanl bare. l'J11.x1:, rf, 1. Polite term for escorting a lady to a llfill. lixmf, 11. The showdown. when all bluffs are called. FEMNI4, 11. The fnsser's dream and the Red, Mike's night mare. Foulz-11.0, 11. The mark assigned for memorizing text :intl pnnttn:1t1on. lfonrv P1511 C'11N'1, 11. Those mildl insane' all . - Y 1 persons not otherwise classihed. Fufxr, ff. f. To hit with a dull thudg as ufrap the pap," 'Afrap the tree," etc. 296 NAUGHTYCLE ALMANACK APPENDIX B FRENCH, ti. i. To take liberty over the wall. FUME, 21. i. To worship the great god Nick 0' Teen. Fuss, zu t. To bask in the smiles of the fair sex. FUSSER. 11. A ladies' man. G'OLD BRICK, 11. Common clay with gilt edges. GOUGE, 11. A complete explanation of everything incomprehensible from the textg the pr0f's salvation. GRADE, 11. lst-The pass word of liberty. 2nd- Two Saturday's at Horne. 3rd-Un the inside looking out. GREAKSE, rf. t. To tickle fortune under the chin when she is already smiling. GREASER, 11. One anxious to please. GUNDECK SIGIIT, 11. Navigation without a sextant. GYRENE, 11. Member of the U. S. Marine Corps. "Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these." HAZING, 11. The sins of the fathers visited upon the childreng exercise of the divine right of kings. HIT, tx t. As ."hit the tree." To become closely identified with: sabre. Hou' JOE, 11. A shepherd of black sheepg the chaplain. ' HOP, 11. A band concert with dancing permitted. HUSTLER, 11. An athlete whose reward appears on the other 1T13.l1,S sweater. IKAYDET, 11. Our friend, the enemy. LEAVE, 11. Thirty days a year in God's country. LIBERTY, 11. Brief outings beyond the Academic coniines. LIAKES, 11. Incense for the altar of Nick o' Teen. BIATH, 11. The Academic Board's one best bet. LIAY POLE, 11. List of those liable to be deficient for the 2nd Term. A sure sign of spring. M. C., 11. Midshipman in Chargeg a roundsman of the Bancroft Hall police force. MEss HALL, 11. The Bancroft Hall Cafe. MIDDY, 11. Newspaper abbreviation for midshipman. ATOKE, 11, A menial of African descent. My C Wg f 0 mi ff X 1 V x f, .,,,7a7,,,, ef 5 f . f . i . I 171- ' . ' 1 Q ,, 1 2 mal 1? ' M ess M0945 NAV., 11. The art, science, study, and practice of Navigation. NON-REG., adj. Applied to anything proscribedg a mote in the official eye. O. C., 11. Officer in Charge, the local chief of police. O. D., 11. Officer of the Dayg a first Classman privileged to wear a sword and white gloves. PAP, v. To report a delinquency in discipline. PAP SHEET, 11. The published record of our mis- deeds. PLEBE, 11. The under dog at the Naval Academy. P'RADE, 11. Public procession of pampered pets. PRED, n. The previous incumbent, a midshipman's predecessor. 2 P-XVORK, 11. Nav.-Hand to hand struggle with a. 22.5. Any Other Subject-Postponeinent of the evil day of recitation. QUEEN, 11. A belle of the ball. RAG, if. t. To catch one. RATE, 11. A privilege sanctioned by custom. RATEY, adj. Irnprudent in the walks and ways of Academic llfe. ' I RECQ, 11. An easy way to spend money without being bothered with cash. RED MIKE, 11. A woman hater. REG, 11. Law-abiding in every particular. REINHARDT, 11. The occupant of the Contracting Tailor Shop, for which no htting definition can be found. RHINO, adj. Gloomy, like the ruminating rhinoc- eros. RUNNINIS, car. .Xssuining temporary command of. fn.J Hazing in its polite forms. SANS 3' SOBRE, adj. Description of inidshipnian after reciting to the Electric Fault Finder. SAT, adj. On the weather side of a 2.5. SAVOIR, 11. A section room hero. SAVVY, adj. Efficient in the use of brains. SEMI-ANN., 11. The work of the lst Term in the last analysis. SHOWER, 11. Floods from above. SICK QUARTERS, 11. A place of rest for the weary. SKAG, 11. The finished product of the makes. SKINNY, 11. A midshipman's slender knowledge of the Laws and Principles of physics, Doyle's Laws. SMOKE HALL, 11. A chapel consecrated to Nick o' Teen. Home of the Mexican Athletic Asso- ciation. SPOON, tu t. As "spoon on a Plebe." To shake hands with a Fourth Classman and cease to use him as a door-mat. SPUDS, 11. Potatoes enlisted in the Naval Service. SQUID, collcctizfe 11a1111. The devotees of any par- ticular form of amuhsement, as Weak Squid. STAG, 11. A bachelor rnidshipman. STAG LINE, 11. Rendezvous of the social pirates at the hops. . G I STAR, 11. A twinkling light In the Academic heavens. STATEMENT, 11. Post inortem of a pap sheet. STEAM, 11. The engineering profession in all its branches. ' ST. Joi-INNIES, 11. The Local Collegians. STRAIGHT DOPE, 11. Contidential information from unreliable sources. l I I STRIPES, 11. Horizontal sleeve decorations, indicat- ing cadet rank. SUPE, 11. The Power that Is. TECLTINISEH, 11. The God of 2.5. TENDENCY, 11. A draft necessary for smoke-pipes, but not for oil-burners. TOLTGE, adj. Description of the man who regards the Naval Academy as if he were one of the owners. 'T'REE, 11. A list of mariners making heavy weather while attempting to steer an Academic course. TURN-BACK, 11. A midshipman taking a five-year course. TVVO-FIVE-2.5, 11. The Academic dead line. UNSAT, adj. On the lee side of a 2.5. D VALENTINE, 11. Official warning of prospective d,e- parture. TVHITE HOUSE, 11. U. S. S. Reina Mercedes. XVOODEN, adj. Having brains en bloc: a lover of trees. YARD ENGINE, 11. The Naval Academy substitute for a rubberneck wagon. YOUNGSTER, 11. Past Plebe, entirely surrounded by class rates. ZIP, 11. The result of a cold bust, q. v. Absoluta- mente nada. 97 C NAUG-IITYCLE ALMANACK APPENDIX 1"ron1 flie -lxlllllllll Nexus, Aslilznnl. Pri., Uel. l. lfllll. A LEO HAAS Our young frienml Mimlsliipniznn Leo Hans hzis relurneil for his Seeonfl 2lL'2UlL'lllll' year to wlnxf he hopefully mln-sires :incl znnlmifiously lms clefer- niineml To he his Alnm Mater. flie naval :LL'2l4lL'lll.V Ill! Annapolis. The wishes of his frienals, the nspirafions of il fziflier :nnl 'the llC2L1'll.L'll, solieilzxlions of :L mother will s'freng'fl1en hini in his pur- suit of lezlrning :incl linowleilge, :incl reinforce his Teutonic' llCl,Cl'llllll2Lll0l1 To grasp the goal of his zunhition, that of heing :ln oflieer in 'the Unileml Sl2llCS Navy. It niusl he nurlurecl hy lrihor, fosh-rerl hy sell' rleniul, :Lnrl never yielcl to self influlgenee. Our young frienil Z' 7-0,7 if C'ufvC fu, f.-' has for years heen innoenlntecl with The lrufili of the 1ll2lXlIH. Igzihor oinnizx vineit. He knows few are perinifteal to clo ex'fl1'z1o1'ecli1m1'y fleezls, :incl is fully siwzxre tliat the orzlinziry zLH':Li1's of life CXll'ZIO1'lllllZ11'lly well clone surely lezul lo success. He has not only lieen czmllecl, lint has been Chosen. He lms sueeeealecl where lnzuly have failed. lVe preclict that the in- n:Lle merit :incl flll,ll1'C :requisitions will enzihle our young friend 'fo grasp 'flie honors :incl glories which Uncle Sinn has in store for llie WiSClOlll :incl prnclenee, the courage :incl lJ1'21VC1'y of those wl1o will sacrifice whatever is neeessniy for the keeping intfmet the genius of self government and the unity of 'rheir native land. llhl. Notelnvlieo had a 1.83 in Math. for l+'elJr11:1ry. I wk Ag Vf '4L WT: ,:':V3,q,,,,E -fErf7-g?: use-90L fNFfNf?'ly sv- Fiormrmi. W 0 I sw i I I l l I J Q l7-if as , , , l I lCS'w1f1ER l ljgfivz? JUN5 l I ' 2 W ' 1 EHR Fgfiar LElVYE,I can QNZH QE I ,yflgf-iii O i , L lx . l - . llisi I Te if Yciumosrru ml ll l ln l E Q CRUISE l 1 1 E 'S I Oanifwnrcl 'L.. -,EMIMT--l... -,.Q 1-Q Ld X Wm R 5 l ls-ww-Q73,,:., E I l ll Sl YL 5 I si I 5 s L ' 1 ZCHC 0 l 7'ffv5 fm 585514317 1-'fi' El V, l ,G dvsaz' il E I lf, 72555 A Y l-,l ' X' I C MYER S-nlfgfva ??Z?'f - El E 1 if W , - JP Mfr i L El Q l 5 l 5.x if, W l' I l V1 itil l I L I 51- ll! ' l I l 1- I 5 " w We I GZAPHICAL CZRVE 0fPLEA5URE ATAQVAL ACADEM in Qafffxifrf 298 NAUGHTYCLE ALMANACK APPICNIJIDX D ti e X """-1:1-'T 4 ., ' X 't N , ki Q4 he , V , 1 " -.::1 I ff if Eve l7'NhUfCS f17oref A TOAST NYhen the last exam is finished And the trees are twisted and dried, YVhen the oldest liilger has vanished ,Xnd the last turnlmek has died, From the grold-covered gateway of Heaven To Hell's red-eindered path XVe shall dream for aeons and aeons Of those monthly exams in Math. And age after age shall pass by us, And the eenturies fade in their flight, Till the last red star of the heavens Has dimmed in the depths of the night. But as long as the flieker of memory Flares up in our tortured path, The ghosts of the Sec-ond Classes Shall drink "Destruetion to Math!" Anonymous. DIE RHEINOREI fjlif rzpologies zu Herr NI',llHI'i', Ieh Weiss nieht was soll es hedeuten Dass ieh so rheinieh bin, Ein marc-hin' auf extra der duty Dass gets mein angora like Simi. Der luft ist kuhl und formation Ist always outseit in der kaltg pity, Aber immer inspection or haltq Der team er hat immer no YVir standen am rigid attention, Und der paps uns for sehpotts auf blouseg ODE TO R. B. D. The mokes they are ashen and solver. Their voiees sink low in fear,- It is night in the rhino Deeemlmer Of this nearly exhausted year . The plebes sit as straight as the-y're able, And their hearts of dread awe are full. For up near the head of the talmle The Madam is slinging the hull. E. A. P. R H. O. T. d e r Uur toes und our llIllL!l'l'll sind l'Ll'l'l'ZlllIl, Und wir sagem, "U damn der mad-house! Dann gehen wir soon lmei dem ehapel Und hoeren ein long-winded sehpeeeh, Aher niehts do wir hear von der sermon, XVir graze all der time naeh der peaeh. Dann kommt der iness-gear, und wir feelin Rin appetite gross wie der hell, l'nd hefore wir have finished our essen Der head moke er klingelt der hell! Je WRIGHTHJ 2 PII RAS! an ' AvA lYfl,I'I',luYCl11f ALMANACK APPENDIX. LJ N A M------: L--..:-:-:AL-Z-:-:-:-L-:---:-:QL-:-:-:---L--------aL--..----- L... up . A V Track of USS. Delaware tt Q 2 Co recfcd 13 Feb. 29, ISIJ W I 1 -I 1, eq 1-oufe -Hampfon finds To Lisboq g .A ' F' I para compiled from -Wo:-lg NOYGB-'-'0k.-J Q Cf J . I I of . 7 13. 9 wl 4 The Bay Nav!-ga OF-S 'Vw-r iq f Ex,blaqnU'oq ofiymbajf, og! I H Rqdlov-u9eIThun - Sat. OI QQ I Sun. 'Wei FI tx-y I .,,. 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Crm-lihe fha slr-1 was under way in IA X ma I u l XXX won 5afuLduy,5 and Wedn .5day5 only lmuglga mo-19"' 5 H gl gyw befnj of anchor fha manning days ' Q. of the wee lg, 5 A 5 P. - - - -. .-. -. ,- , -J 2-:..z-:-:-:-:--.-:-:..:-:-,:...L-:-:-:-4-g..:..L..:..:.., 0 'Z-p eo 5Q 4 3-Q o . H A x4x x fg 4-...-f.x-f- rv 'Q' ,V-N., f 1 ,frffff Z i1 7 ,,. Z M -4 V ffkzf fn f Jkt-, --f ff ,X--' X ..-X-f""+-, Zi , 6 ff-LC F ATI- X ,WJ ff' Q f' v z ' ' A gh D. ' fi gf g J aiqili W Q L , x - X t 1 if 500 HE fencing team started the season with a large, enthusiastic squad of good fighters, who made up in aggressiveness what they lacked in veteran skill. For none of the men had been on the team before, and all started with an equal chance to be one of the chosen three. Our captain, Blandy, worked up interest to such an extent that at the end of the first three months of practice there were six men about equally matched. VVe started meets early in December, aiming to give as much experience as pos- sible to the men who would represent Navy in New York. From the fencing clubs we hoped to gain valuable experience that older fencers alone could give, in the college teams we met the more spirited men who brought out the f-ight in our men. C Starting with the fencers of the Baltimore Athletic Club, we made an excellent showing against old hands at the game. Columbia and Harvard lo-st to us 5-44 and 7-2. The meet with New York Turn Verein gave Cochrane, our saber man, a chance to show his ability with his weapon. Pennsylvania also met defeat at our hands, 7-2. The only college team to beat us on home territory was Cornell, who won by a close margin of 5-4. On hlarch 8 the Intercollegiate Preliminaries were held in the Gymnasium. The newest member of the Association, University of Pittsburg, was repre- sented, and while they failed to take any bouts, they showed an excellent foundation in the sport. Princeton defaulted, leaving Pennsylvania and Navy to share honors, 13-141. 301 ": mwliii'l'ii'riiiiinlil'llyn ""7 lm7mllm"'fn""wl"l'm'm"l""'l"'m ""' W' 1,1 Ywwvvmmvvmmmnmvmnmmnmnvvvmnnmnwmnvmnnv' 1 mf- n m -S ffwzfezlfW1,111,11f14M+111'1111g1-1ilwilllfy Vim 1 llllrlllllll 11111 ll 11111 11 fl 111 L . W, wx J ,My Tx, 1, Ja If ,I N 51 '51 il N , fr . . vf j-Q53-59313i.L?if4'5Q3 , L l-..llllhlll.L1.1llll.1,1ll!l.llll1lllllllH.1l.1lll.1l1li ll li lf illll -1-:L A Mhkuk M W I A H A11 Hlllll 111111111 l J, '1llll'k'L' SL'P2ll'EltL' tllllL'S llll1'lllg the season wc picked a fcam, only to change l2LlC1'. A 1'L'VL'l'S2ll of form causurl us to low Blaucly as captain, Illlllll silcceccl- ing 'fo that poisf. llayhc this f1'cquQ11'f Cllilllglllg of the 111011 Causccl 0u1" ulti- 111: 1'cc llOWlll'2lll. For whilu cvcry 1112111 fo11gl1t wcll and hard ill thc houts at the Astor. lllL'y failucl to laiicl i11 the Covctccl first place. Coluiiihia c:11'1'icrl off the 1021111 cl1:1111pic111sl1ip, with fl0l'l1L'll and P1-1111sylva11ia f'igh'ri11g hard for sccoml. Navy 0211110 ill f11111'il1, with H2l1'X'?Ll'll N?ll1Cl101' l'L'2llll.,, Hans 11-cl for Navy, win- ning a good IJl'0P01'llOll of his bouts. Illlllll, Lingo, Gray and Glc1111o11 worikocl hard 111111 1-o11sis'1c11ily tl11'c111gl1o11t. That we were clofcatccl is to the C1'E'Clil, of the wi1111c1's I Lili? 'Mgr """ I-an-in ' 2? '1- 1 , 5. 302 "'rv"'w'vvvi:'m'v'i"rwwrvv"Wrvy:'wvv'r3:rv:V ii in i, ,, l ffff-fag Hf1i5y11n+fiiHWW+n:1yw2l',ww wfwllalll'Wil,-'Ml''LQIVQIVM 'W if Wil 1 lrrl N' ilzpwflf''lllllnflglWl.':11li!llf .A.A M..llli.lfllglllzL1u1inV212uizlci?i'.uxlll.,Llfi The fenee-oft' between Northrop of folumbia, 0'C'onnor of Uoirrnell, and BICI,l1C1'SO11 of Pennsylvania for individual honors was Close and exciting, being deeided in lIePherson's favor after numerous ties. Throughout the season Mr. Fournon, head eoaeh, worked on the basis of aggressiveness and fight, looking always to the Finals and a elranee to liek the Army. Lieut. Oakley and llr. Blorrison assisted him in rounding out the team, and their work has been greatly appreciated. Perhaps our greatest disappointment was the withdrawal of the Army from the Intercollegiate-we hope they will return next year so we can meet them when we regain the "Little Iron Man." Schedule Dee. T Baltimore Athletic' Club. .. 7 Navy, 1 Jan. 18 Volumbia llnivelwity .. 1 Navy, 5 4. .-. 1 Jan. 25 Wlashington Feneers' Club. . . QNo deeisionsj U' Feb. 5 Harvard . 2 Navy, 7 l v ? Feb. 8 New York Feneers' Club. .. 7 Navy, 2 Feb. 15 New York Turn Verein . . QNO deeisionsj 1 Feb. Q2 Ivniversity of Pennsylvania. .. Q Navy, 7 Klar. 1 Vornell University .... 5 Navy. 1+ ff Vniv. of Penn. . . 15 Mar 8 Triangularal Navy . . 14: l llniv. of Pittsburg. 0 M, v llar. 15 Baltimore Athletic C'lub. .. .... fNo deeisionsj PQ llar. 20-292, Intercollegiate FinalsgColumbia, Q71 Cor- CAPTAIN DUNN nell, 19: PE'Ill1Sy'lV2U1l21, 183 Navy, 162 H2Ll'X'21l'fl, 10. JIANAGICIK IxIlSlxI'R 503 lv 5 A ,-. P' SfiS 6 ,.... max 's" I' kwa? i W .V W... N QQ . ff? K 4 11 1 1 1 4 ,,,i Kg ..,: .X 51 R555 W X in U Q Ja Ii ? 4K f ,. :us , 6.1 2,3 t. CAPTAIN KATES HEX Saunders called for can- didates for the team last 1"ebru- ary, the full quota turned out. VVe had a little indoor work to practice up our shooting eyes before we went on the range, but after getting out doors we were handicapped by the large number of cold, cloudy days. And there came as a great disappointment the announcement that there would be no National hlatch at Camp Perry in 1912. The first match resulted in a defeat for us at the hands of the Marine Corps Team fwinners of the 1911 National hlatchl by a score of 1017 to 973. Then the District of Columbia Team came down for their annual banquet of hard-boilecf eggs and hard-fought defeat. The score-1557 to 150-lf Y DIA XAGER I-IELBIIC K 305 11171111111-111f1111ST,'fi111F'1ff1111111111111 ,1k 1.111,1'11f11.1'.1111f.E.1111.1111.-.'Qi1.L1.1..111M 141 1 --N1l1JWl'11 1 11 il 1 1 1 - 1111111 11-11111s w1-1'1- N1111111111g W1-11. 111111 1 T' W1- P1C2LH2l 1111y 1 ll 1' 11 1' 1 s 1- 11 11111'- , I, -Y Xia S1-lvcs 1111 H10 600- V il 1' 11 1':111g1- 115' 1 f 1, " --if .. 1.V1l1g H11 w111'111's 1' 1- 1- 11 1' 11 1'111' il 1 , J T' ' 'v N1-V' 11w1-1V1- 1111111 1c:1111. 111111 EL 1111111 111' ,, 1 v'2-P Q 1 C-. 511- 569 111' 89 1111. 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H 1 - Fafasmggf XA- W V 75" r L ' R 's f ... VI! , MK' 1, . P, X . -v Y V , I ,, - , 53? 9 :- '-5 , , -' K: W Q VW t' R if , 1 gi l J, 'fy' X 1 M ' - . F' f: 395' x ' YM ,MWsM,,,,.gv HHA4- ,7 .,.. .-,, V 0 V 1 LU ..,,' 1,-,gag .Lumm-5 ,. .- Qgs- - H-Z., ,gsm-rf- - -Nfqlvw-L ra' 5 K PPARMELEE an BPQPHAM 1 Vhiionffzf-Y za ENNIS at the Naval Academy has been on a team basis for the past three years, with excellent results. The policy is now to play at least a six-match schedule with various colleges throughout. the South and East. Up to this year there have been but fifteen courts for the use of mid- shipmen. No-w twenty-six new courts have been made in the basin, giving ample facilities for the sport. At. least two l1ll11Cl1'CC,l midshipmen enjoy the sport in season, and the courts are always full. During the three years of team play we have won thirteen matches out of eighteen played, and tied two, with but three defeats in as many years- an excellent record. The singles championship has been held by Fulton, ,12, for one year, and by Parmelee, '13, for three years. Fulton and Sampson, Fulton and Parmelee, and Parmelee and Popham have been the doubles cham- pions. Parmelee is captain for this year, and there are two other team men left to start the new season, Popham, '14, and Godfrey, '15. Wlith plenty of good new material in hand and a good schedule, there is a bright outlook for this sport. 1919 Navy 3 Otlieers U. S. N. A.. . 0 Navy 5 Dickinson University .. . 1 Navy 6 Georgetown University .. 0 ! .Y y . Navy Q University of Virginia. . . 4 1 it V i lR Navy 0 University of Pennsylvania 6 yl Team: Fulton, '12, Captain, Parme- . lee, ,13g Popham, ,Mfg God- QQ-, frey, '15. 308 -JMCREIGHTOH It ITP-EILEHRIST ii mcummffn 'H LRBRAY Nmvza H fanart ua L-J-YYILTSE H 2 2-2ilfi-1,41-agp"-'fr'"ganf we ' f f' -wg , szfeifv e f mf - naw, HE 1912 lacrosse team was undoubtedly the lu-st we ever had, although early indications did not promise a, hrilliant season. The First gaine gave us a victory over Baltimore City College hy the score of 4-2-not a relnarkahle achieve- lll'l1t, considering the rating of our opponents. lelowever, at the height of the season our team outplayed the Crescent Athletic Cluh, which then, as always, had one of the hest and most experienced lacrosse teams in the count1'y. We did not win hy a large margin, hut we led throughout the gaineg from the very start it was plain that we were having the hest of it. The excellence of the teain was chiefly due to the efforts of our coach, George Finlayson. This was his second season with ns, and the effects of his careful and thorough coaching 309 eeiii'-f1fa2f'l1 1529. 29 ' 1 i it 1 f ' 1: 3 W Q li.silliiilirllltilllitilt .i..lltliiiiliillllliiilllllliit were very apparent in our play. Before his coming we had depended chietiy on football tactics to win our games, and our stick work had been very ragged. But during the season of 1912, the team play and stick work at its best compared very favorably with that of teams composed of such veteran players as are the Creseents and Mt. XN'ashington. No little credit is also due to Captain LaMountain for our splendid showing. His judg- ment and experience, together with -his excellence as a goal keeper, did a great deal to improve the team. His graduation, and that ot' Hamilton, McDonald, and Sanborn, is a. great loss to the squad. Except for these four, the team and at strong squad of good material is on hand for the season of 1913. 'With Finlayson again coaching, we hope for at year even more successful than 1919. The schedule speaks for itself: March Q1 Navy 44-Baltimore City College 2 March 28 Navy 30fUniversity of Maryland 1 April 4 Navy 11-Lehigh 1 April 18 Navy 6 Swarthmore li May 4- Navy fi-Crescent Athletic Club 1 May 9 Navy Q-Mt. 1Vashington 0 l .ty ki CAPTAIN BI C K PI IC .HI MANAGER ABBOTT V' rw ix , I-1 nf. A Hg, V -r' - a ny . W w' , , f 3-aywrfld 1 V' I AML' .. E4 -Q .M ., an ,Q,,...., .- QE K. .' - w ' v Y -'N . iff " 512' ' :J51"Q1 ' Mr ' QQ EW 4' vi13::"f'TrQ1"wr-:1f1G"f-S'-P,QJ 'f'Y'im?1Jfr - .-,, A .way 5-,,y.,'ix7g-'4-wpqiggg :I in 5'-5 V . . 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LQ vw a:y.'1.3,' W, -E' 1 it 1 Qs" ' f52f11f'U wlllltlitiittl 'wt 'f"tVl1ltt it J i H t my t ' 'tit "' Bti lltiiz'',iii1ililtttl,tltttt.,l!r1wlJltl,lttl!l:li1l 4rm'mN,ti4pU!lgyi ltlmmll,tttfiilltlti.. -fins.,-ty - ,,,. ,Q ...,...... ,.,. .nm ,.,. .n.,...,.....,nnnmnuinum .ALAA mmmmf nA1AA it ..41--A it nmnummunuumwmuunumuniiuiurnmnmllhxlumlwlwlulrulluw'"" AVE you ever stooid on the foc'sle of the Standish, sP'5wl'9 straining your eyes to catch the gleam of the oars far down the Severn, and elearing your throat for lfgsgi a lusty yell as the Navy crew sweeps across the line? Then you have seen the excitement and glory of the sport, but not the long months of hard, baek- aching work that led up to it. In 1912, practice started in February: the wealth of material report- ing at the tank indicated that the man who rolwed on the Varsity would certainly have to work for his place. Before the month was over, after many shifts and changes, Dick Glendon finally b-oiated a crew which gave great promise in its first workouts on the river. On April 27th the Harvard second crew met our second eight in the opening raee of the season. VVith a good start, the shells hung together for the first quarter mileg then Navy began to gain stead- ily, and with a wonderful spurt, finished nea1'ly seven lengths ahead. Next came a mile brush be- i tween the Varsity and the Graduate Crew, which included six N men of' the previous year. Although the ensigns had but five days' training previous to the race, they gave the Varsity some trouble to finish a length ahead. Pennsylvania sent her Varsity and Freshman Crews to Annapolis on ltlay Llth. The two Varsity eights raced olver the two-mile Course. Navy Won easily by five lengths. Our Plebes, rowing' the mile and a half course, after an ex- citing race for a mile, pulled away from the Freshmen and defeated them by a length. VVith the defeat in 1911 still ranliling, our crew redoubled their efforts to prepare for Columbia on the next Saturday, May 11th. As the New Yorkers practiced on the Severn in the morning, it was evident that they had the best form of all crews seen on the river last, Spring. Navy anticipated all the greater honor of victory, but revenge was not to he: old Boreas befriended the E f Wish 'l in -V 3141 A -4,4 ...Q A... bf , an .uu,,,.,., Ju.. ,W ,..,.4...... .W .. an ...., ,ww ,,,,...,,.., .,..p M ,, x . af Q AN 4232 ' Q - f wma 4 31' ix?" M. -1 4 qt . X . -- -Q :mm V if If 1 1 :AA 3 if 4 si' wQ?F'f'?'H1 sax 1 1 Q, A. A ,QW 2.x 1, ,, fam,- N Q Via! f 51.5 7,1 -'IFA , i j 2. .fa-i ':?S ' f ,waz A ' - In WimffQi,.W4JiWy,yii,,liyh ,immiwwily,WHizwiyuylyiimq AW g n15'1f:i i., 5 my g ,fi il, Q, M " Milflllfilflirilifllfllilmlullll .A,A ...l,llll.l.ll.lll.iQ.lil.lll.lIUflIl.l..ll'.'.f.llll..lllUQg.i.g...pQQZ 'W X .I visitors and kicked up such a sea in the harbor that the race was postponed from hour to hour, and finally called oft. So our crew inade vows for next yea1'. There followed a week of good, hard practice for the final race. Syracuse Varsity and second crews came down on the 16th, and had two days to work out on the 1'lVC1'. Un Saturday the Ariel Boat Flub of Baltimore sent an eight to ineet the Plebes, and the Arundels, of the same city, ente1'ed their famous four' against ours. The Navy Varsity four started the ball rolling, defeating the Arundels by six lengths over the one and one-half mile course in the rexnarkalble time of 6 lninutes 17 seconds-one of the fastest races ever rowed by an amateur four in this country. Over the same course the Plebes ran away from the Ariels, winning by three lengths in 6:02. The last race of the day was a four-cornered, two-niile affair between Syracuse and Navy, Varsity and second crews. The two Varsities left the second crews at'the start: in the first quarter inile Syracuse gained about a length, which, try as they would, our crew could not get back. The shells crossed the line with Syracuse tln'ee-quarters of a length ahead. Navy ro-wed a beautiful race, but Syracuse rowed a better one. Five lengths behind the Navy canie Syracuse Second, and two lengths behind thenl our Second. The Plebe frew ended its season a week later, leading the Central High School of Philadelphia by two and a half lengths in a inile and a half. ."!""-1' s 1: .1 A - .5- -f ...H 4 -410 j , 4 ', 4-,,,K?', A111-.A 5316 .milf Vw' f zz ' , - '-?"' WWVWWIII m WWWm 7- nvw-nmvvnwuvvrwvvvvwvvn'rvmvmvrvmrvvmvwnmvnuvmrvmnrmwnvmv-.V mx N vw Y V V ' - ':f'.fflE t:...Ll -'MIHI555-4:':1i' -.Q! 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IJ SECOND CREW I Cz1ssz11'cI. P. ' 2 Reinigc-r, G. G. 3 Strong. J. II. I 1'If1gElI'., C .Il .3 IICIIITI, IV. K. fi 1.?lt1I'lI0I'l'.111. C. J 1. 'I 7 lmwell, P. 1-. l,,1,AUN Pumlm Stroke Nelson, H. J. QIUXSXVZIIII Bryant, C. I". I J 1 3 .I. VARSITYQFOUR '1'iscIzlIv. M. S. Davis, II. O. IYUMI, V. IRUIIIZ. C. I.. PLEBEECREW-1915 1 Mc-Crea. J. I.. :2 Graf. H. Vf. 3 I.cin. C. I. I '1'igzl11, XY. .I. 5 Rhea, P. BI. Ii 1'10XV!l1'f1. .L If. 7 CIIIIH-rt, I". P. Strukc Uvc-rcsclm, 1-1. E. Cnxswuin I":u1'l'zu', R. NI. 4 4' N .XGICII STI!! qpgiilli. . , t"-rJI'7'1. W' f . -1. . .L .-un., -a 'Suv' A NU' "". ... .ff,:g3af,,."I.:1-E: -,,-- .a..:,4-- 3 -WST .g:::.g..,,.,:E".T'Z.'...'?,:x ...www . N. Q- ,,,. ...Q .3 . - .R 1-... ,- .A 1 ww-'.:.. - -- Q on s- --' 4-..:.. .. ---v-.. "'.'?K.....f"'..y'M"i1'i?' '-ggqtg s I A-4.1, vm..--., 5, .noi 4,51- . 'f"' 2:5-lm. .Ei -1 ' 44 . I I 151512 CREW 5318 v Q35 I'l'lI the Outdoor lnterelass Meet early in April, the season opened. It was a repetition of the old story when 1913 walked away with E, the vietory. The plehes were the strongest eompetitorsi, 191.5 showing 5 some good material. Ainong their hest men was Arnistrong, who had Q hroken the Aeademy reeord for the pole vault during Plehe Summer, lv,-A he did not quite measure up to expeetations this season, as he was Q . unalule to heat Asserson, 1913, who had held the reeord for two years. Q' , . Miller. 1913, defeated Dalton, 1912, in lmoth hurdles, hut lowered his f:,,,,,i ,,g,,7'bY,,.,.,i,V eolors to the husky captain a ,week later in the meet with Johns 4 - -e -1- Hopkins. NVild, 1913, eaptured the medal for individual exeellenee M hy winning the 100- and Q29-yard dashes, and the hroad jump. H wi: ' ' "Q J" i ln the tirst dual meet, Navy defeated Hopkins hy a Score Of 9 159 Q-3 to 38 1-3. Jael: Dalton eleared the high hurdles in reeord time, hut the 1'eeord was not allowed heeause of a teehuieality in the Athletic' Association rules. Balie Brown tossed out the shot a distanee of -142 ft. 2 in., breaking his own previous reeord hy SW: inehes. Navy had a elean sweep in the halt'-mile run, Geisenliotl' leading. Pillsbury took the quarter, and Loekwood the mile. 'l'he seeond meet was a triangular Competition with Clornell and f'olumhia. Mueh to the disappointment ot' "the Seotelunanf' Captain Dalton wrenehed his leg a few days before the meet. llowever, lliekeus nolmly threw himselt' into the gap, winning: the high hurdles in good time without having trained. 511111-r also rose to the oeeasion, winning the Q20-yard hurdles hy a, good lead. In the presenee of sueh wonderful distanee men as .lohn Paul Jones and Tels Berna, our men ran the mile and halt'-mile ggamely to eertain defeat. Our pole-vaulters were equally distressed over , ' f w ' ug the perl'orm:mee ot' llalieoelc ot' t'olumhia, and Fritz if ? ,T ,Z li ol' Cornell, who tied at IJ t't. ly. in. 'l'hese four I 'cleave' ,'f' if I athletes lalm- pay-tieipated in the Olympie Games at Stoekholm. Ilintxe, working: in his usual good form, K it ll' ,.. L' js ' M Y' won the li:unmer-throw at I-1.2 ft. .3 in. The Navy " Q ,M-V won points in several other events. l"inal seore: Cor- -W' 'i ' " nell -118, Lolumlna, fl-114, Navy 2114, 3Q0 wb? l ml W WE I uu lg , file lafJ'lll,f1williWi if3"!if'?iwll'ft3liiliill5ll ' a " if milfli'iiriJ,l.ll'williiifiii iiliirmilll lill1l,lil:flllliliiiiii1'Ii ll will will a!llJiil.iii:vW'.i. ' Me' my -- 1---A 1umm..i.-......- u..4.uM.. ...man .... mumua.. 11... .i ..-..A14. .i -.-A..-A.-f.--A. i-uiuuuiuiuu ...... ...mi ..., ii.. . .. im- H I llll :mul Mllllllll-ll-IMIALAM I!! Pennsylvania came here for the closing meet of the season. lVith Dal- ton Still out of it, and Hintze restricted to Bancroft Hall. the team was badly crippled to meet our old rivals, the only team to defeat the Navy since the zenith track days of Cummins Carey. The sting of defeat was somewhat relieved by the breaking of two of our records, Lockwood cover- ing the mile in -1- min. Q9 3-5 Sec., and Dickens winning the high hurdles in 1.5 44-5 seconds. This last record has not been allowed because of two hurdles having been knocked down. In a Sensational race, VVild took the Q20-yard dash in fast time. Final score: U. of P. 79, Navy 38. Great credit is due our veteran trainer, Scotty McMasters, who used every means at his command to save our crippled team from defeat during this not too successful season. It is rumored that hereafter there will be no distance runs for us longer than a quarter-mile. Should this become fact, every man interested in the sport would feel regret, for it sounds like the knell of real track athletics at the Naval Academy. l"l'.XlN lllN'l'Zl ,5Ef'flzf"' ir. - . kr ,. ' EQ?"-,bl 3271, fg -mi" 'W x .J 3521 -Q , g.. d,Q:'1 ltr? I vnnnvvlvvnnmwvlmvnvm '-x'9E'liE5,l,-jg'-'L . 1 IMMMLIV V iiiiiffksi , il 'M Hmm -f - V-----A .,...slum.....mm..um Q. ., ,tb DIANAGER SLEEPER ' ' l 'W ld- ,.llflllll2lllllll. ,. ....ll.l.lllllllllrllllllllll:l7llll.lll Jw 1. DR 4 ' w .M 5 ,'...l-.-fmmw Q 1 ' facmmnsn + "' Wu ' 4 ,S V L, ,A 'g1y .m s . i -Q WWf'? D D1 Pole Vault High Hu1'dleS Low Hurdles 100-yard Dash Q20-yarcl Dash -L10-yard Dash Q-111118 Run Mile Run Half-mile Run Broad Jump High Jump Shot Put Hi11111llE1' Throw Best Records in 1912 11 ft. 3 in. 15 4-5 seconds Q5 LL-5 seconds 10 1-5 seconds QQ 3-5 seconds 51 -L-5 seconds L 10:03 -11:29 2-55' 2:00 3-5 21 ft. 3 in. 5 ft. 6 in. 43 ft. 7 in? 112 ft. 5 in. f"Establishes an Academy Record. Asserson, '13 Dickins, '1-1 P. Dalton, '19 wud, '13 wild, '13 'W. Pillsbury, C. Palmer, '11 '13 A. Lockwood, '19 H. Geisenhoff, '1 Wild, '13 W. A1'I11St1'O11g, '15 H. Brown, Jr., '1 E. Hintze, '13 Q ' -3, mv VV rv vim YH MW!! mum V111 Vvvvlwvvw mnmwvmrmmmmvi 1 NWT!! Www rv mm!! -13134-4'-f' mp M llfl1l'7il'llllll"ll Wx Ml ul 'UHml1'l41'wlll1UlHl l ll ll ' ' .fazSf'-lfiiltfe .-fir. ill 1. il' li fl 'lm U11 ll 'i,1j T' Jil ll' 'l"'qmll3l 5 elellfllllllIlllll,Il,l,liel.ll,,,.,i ..l....i..lll..l...lcllgl A.,A1. lll.1....lli.. f.. .,,A ll.. I I 1 min HI i Hunk um "NK BASEBALL iI,'l'HUUGH our baseball leain l failed JIU' win flu' mu' gznne, the season. ns :L whole, was the niost h2LiiSll2lC"llll'f' one seen at the Aendeni-v for ei number of years. Playing the lmrdest schedule El Navy 'fezun has ever experienced, the feznn lost five gzinies out of twenty played: of 'these five, 'L h r e e e Pennsylvzniizl, George- town, and Aniherstveznne very l early in the season, before we 5 v were fairly under way. All three were closely eontested. the Ani- herst gaune requiring twelve innings to decide. One other defeat was at the hands of the strong Czmlliolie University teznn, two weeks before 'the season elosed. hlost gratifying 'co Navy followers was the splendid hit- ting developed this season. Vvherens in past years our Chief weakness on the diamond has been failure to hit the bull, from the very stzlrt we out-hit every tezun we niet. Under 'the able coaching of Mr. Breckenridge, the play in all departments improved as the sen- son advanced, and during the last inonlh all hands were playing gilt-edged ball. T . xg 5 5, ' ' ' I I ' 1 CAPTAIN SIQIISIQRT 324 3 wif 5... 23' :R 'Z- nd .fs X QI A4 , H2155 4' g, ff 3, A 'r fi ST? ,4 3 - W1 ' V, Q ffoocl worlx. The teain season in the history of' the Acarl tiny. W5 ,A , .'Qji?1..f.if.il..illf.l.1llLi.gll.il..h.,.ig.ih.QE.Illllhll.Aimilllllllilf.'.f',iillfl...ll.ll.i In selecting the teain, the chief difficulty was the pitching staff. Seihert was QA V V 1 veteran taken froni first base anxl alternated with Vinson in the hox tlirougliont the yearg Wlalxeinan was used as a re- lief twirler. There were two vacant positions in the in- fielrl, and two in the outfielrlg Hall took Seihertfs place at first, while three plevhes fillezl the other ber'tl1s4Aclan1s at, short, Fisher anml Glover in the outfielcl. lhe remaining places on the team were held down by Abbot at seconclg Vaiden at thircl. VV. T. l'ochran hehinil o .: i A players 4 Captain the hat, and Gshorne in center field. Hicks, catcher, anrl Byers, ontfielcler, playefl in several games ancl climi was well-balancecl, ancl clevelopecl good tcaln-play, espe- cially towaril the encl of the season. Our success was largely flue to tl1e Work of Bflr. Breclienriflge. This was his first season coaching' at the Acacleniy: as he has hcen engagecl again for 19153, we anticipate even hetter results. VVith practically all of the teanron anrl to start spring practice. it shonlcl he the most. snccessffnl s N gin mu- S5226 --1? vm'IT'wjj'T"TQj7T"?1'7YfinH3 imc Uiii'1lllrW1il4i'7l1g1mum fxlwnlll tlll 'ff l x l 1 ': ll ll, n N l l gtllf llllllll lil' ll "Z I f.' la i lilly- Mll4l,1llf fr - ' l v w1'ww' v 1 i 1 w -S' 1 M' 1 1 il Ht ll -ee ll ilivllivllllrlfiflall lllllll i v L THE SCHEDULE Mnrcli 20-Navy 5 University of llzwylzinrl ............ 15 Rlarcli 255-Navy 3 University of Pennsylvania ......... 1 Blarcli Q7-Navy 5 St. Johns Col- lege ................. 0 March 30gNavy 1 Georgetown University . ........... 7 April -3-Navy 4 Columbia Uni- versity .............. 0 April 6-Navy 92 Ainlierst. Col- lege ..... Q12 innings, 41 April 10-Navyg13 Forclliann Uni- versity . .............. 0 April 13-Navy 6 University of Wlestern Marylancl ..... O April 18+Navy Hfxrvarcl fllainj April Q0-Navy 1 University of Nortli C'arolina . ....... 0 April Qele-Navy lr Johns - Hop- kins University . ....... Q April Q7-Navy 2 University of Georgia ............. 0 Blay 1-Navy 17 University of West, Virginian ........ Q llay QL Navy 1-L New Y o r It University ........... Alay 8-Navy 12 St. Julius Col- lege ................. 0 May 11-Navy 8 Bucknell Col- lege ................. 7 Alzly 15-Navy L91-1i1'onrlclle Athletic f'lub ..... C liniinj May 18-Navy O Czttliolic lfni- versity .............. 1 Blay Q5-Navy 1 lI:1i1'yl:unl Atli- letic Club ............ S5 Rlay Q91N:1.vy 10 1fHironrlelle Athletic Club ......... Q June 1-Navy 7 Army ....... 8 Total-Navy 121 Opponents .. . .47 327 RMY 6 ' A X Q -2.21 .-51 vq 'T Q Y ,""' 'bf X-6 lil? like '..J. . A.A4 QQ? .W af f,.. , A xgAVxf'Q, W Lgggyy t xxAy4Ea,f.gi7 , i 2, V 3' ' R "t""'2-........ Vu Q", x if fl Y A ' A f 1 it X i V x' A r i W if fowl' Qistyff i 'Ewa tw 1 fifth r-45A A, V ,Irfan-p,i.5 it Ji' 1. AWA.: FAN ,ly , W is , vm -Q "' ""' """ ' ly H UT at first !" Navy had -- gone to bat the last of the ninth with Army two runs ahead. Two hits and an 'll error eut down their lead to one run, and with two out and two men on base, Fisher, our pre- mier batsman, Stepped to the plate. Crack! he hit a sharp in- field grounder and was off for fl 1... 1 , first base four bells and a . , -1 .. ,, . l ' :fig . 1 WI, Jingle. The ball was ten teet ' QR' xr, ' from the first basema.n's glove ' ' " ' "' .1 when Fisher struck the base in a eloud of dust. But as luek would have it, he slid beyond, and the big eadet was on him with the ball. Sueh was the heartbreakingg' finish of a, heartbreaking game. Long before time for the Army game, everyone knew that our team would have to play the best artiele of ball to win. The Army team had been praetieally intaet for three seasons, and the Pointers were confident of victory. Our's was a team of only two month's expel-ienee. but the boys went into the game with a never-say-die Navy spirit that auggured well for sueeessg the seore shows how nearly they aehieved the mark. This was by far the most thrilling: and elosely eontested game ever played between the two institutions. Although we lost, the Brigade has nothing but eonnnendation for the men who fought against odds with the grit of a. true Navy team. To the VAVIIIY must go the eredit of an earned vietory, for in the last two innings they bunehed nine hits for a total of six runs. l'he game in detail: lsf Inuing. Army: Lyman and Anderson were out, Seibert to Hallg NVhiteside ,',:rounded out to r 5528 'C 1 ia ll All ll mm mm , ia mmmmmnmmwvmvvyvvizvvmyrnvnnrrvmmvnmvryvvvrvyvmvnmrvvvvvvmr N ' , W nm,m,mmm, I ' -v A 1 'e fta " ll l l llll i llllllllll Ill ' I l llllll WU' f' :rr " ' AS ll l li 1 ill I li ll al il ll- I W fl if Y I '. ' Q'- --'2 .." ,,r1:l':-4i'.?,,-11,41 ' 1 1 . " -: -"""',.--gr- "' llllliltll ll mm nh 'ln ll wil 1 l V I l , A ' i X if A - -- ' anisiummnmimmimuumimmnmiumiumiuunmuiniimmiuiiimmiu muiulunumummumuiminuiniumm:uumluiiumiumuimumuunno -V -- i ln, i, ll lil tl ul fill n1l,,,K .- 'I V-1, ,..,,..------ 'xg' v . Hall: no runs. Navy: Osborne fouled out to Lyman: Adams flied to Harrison: Fisher walked, and Hall made a two- base hit to right, going to third as Anderson fumbled, while Fisher scored: Hall scored on wild pitch: Glover out, Hyatt to Cook: two runs. Navy Q-Army O. Qnfl Inning. Army: Harrison and Merrillat flied out to Osborne: Cook walked, stole second, and reached third on Coehran's over- Ai throw: Sadtler fanned: no runs. Navy: Abbot and Vaiden A each singled to left, but Vaiden was forced at second by Coch- ran's grounder, Abbot reaching third: Cochran was caught on a delayed steal, while Abbot scored: Seibert grounded out to Hyatt: one run. Navy 3?-Army 0. 3111 Inning. Army: Hyatt walked: Ulloa flied to Fisher: Lyman forced Hyatt, but went to second himself on Adam's i A wild throw to first: Anderson popped a fly to Adams: no runs. Nay y: Usborne grounded to lVhiteside: Adams Hied to Anderson: Harrison made a pretty catch of Fisher's drive: no runs. Navy 3-Army 0. 4-th Inning. Army: VVhiteside flied to Fisher and Harrison to Osborne: Merrillat made Army's first hit-a homer to left: Cook fanned: one run. Navy: Hall knocked a pop fly to Merrillat: Glover went out, Xllhiteside to Cook: Abbot made first on Merrillat's error, but was caught stealing second: no runs. Navy 3-Army 1. 5fh Inning. Army: Sadtler fanned: Hyatt walked, but was caught between first and second: L'lloa out, Adams to Hall: no runs. Navy: Vaiden and Cochran singled: Seibert failed to sacrifice and fanned: Osborne flied to short left: Adams hit to Sadtler, who tagged Cochran: no runs. Navy 3-Army 1. 1 Gth Inning. Army: Lyman sent a home-run to right center: Anderson hunted out, Seibert to Hall: Wlhiteside went out. Hall to Seibert: Harrison grounded to Adams: one run. Navy: lVith Fisher out, Sadtler to Cook, Hall flied to Harrison, and Glover went out, Merrillat to Cook: no runs. Navy 3-Army 9. 7th Inning. Army: Seibert took care of Merrilatt's drive: Cook made first on Abb0t's error: Sadt- ,X ler and Hyatt fanned: no runs. Navy: Abbott Hied to Harrison, Vaiden grounded to Merrillat, and -07" il:-Nj". Cochran to Sadtler: no runs. Navy 3-Army Q. 81471 inning. Ulloa. singled to left: Hall fell down on Liyman's rp-nlzt.-11' 329 F vwmwvmn Z-Y-T""""'f mmm vmmv ,nf-f' l i Hill J i , llliillttllll its tiiVi1iiii'ila . .A lliilll 4 1, .Milli 1A.1 A Al. .1...1 bunt, Ulloa, going to third and Lyman to sec-ond, Anderson singled to right, scoring both nieng Vlhiteside beat out an infield hit. sending Anderson to third, and stealing second, Harrison tripled, iillt was Caught at the plate trying to stretch itg Adams took Merrillat's pop fly: three runs. Navy: Seibert flied to Merrillat, and Osborne fannedg Adams made an infield hit and heat the throw to firstg Fisher sent the ball over the right-field ropes, but was allowed only three bases hy ground rnleg H scored on Sadtlt-r's errorg ,,. .. 1 . -.1 . all singled scoring Fisherg he reaehed third on Glover's single, and Ahhot fiied out to Andersong three runs. Navy 6-Army 5. 9Lh Imzing. Army: Cook singled to eenterg Sadtler heat out a buntg Hyatt singled, scoring Cookg Ulloa singled, scoring Sadtler, hut Hyatt was out at the plate, Lyman singled, Ulloa taking third, Ander- son walked, filling the hasesg VVhiteside hit to Adams, forcing Anderson at Second, while Ulloa scored on the attempted double playg VVhiteside stole second, hut Harrison flied to Osborne, three runs. Navy: Vaiden was out to NVhitc-side, Cochran singledg Vin- son, hatting for Seihert, singledg Osborne fiied out, Adams was safe on an error. Cochran scoring, Fisher heat out an infield hit, hut tripped over first base, and was called ont, one run. Navy 7-Army S. .47 1 in .4411 I J! '40 lil if sfinil "Et li! THE SCORE CARD ARMY AB R 11: P0 A 14: NAVY .us 1: 113 PO A .le Lyman, C. ...... 5 Q 2 3 1 O f1S1lU1'l1L'., c. f.. . .5 0 O 1 2 0 Anderson, 1'. f. . .1 0 1 3 0 1 Aclauns, ..... 5 1 1 1 1 1 1Vhitesidc, 3b. . . .5 1 1 0 3 1 Fishcr, 1'. f .... 1 2 2 2 0 0 Harrison, 1. f. . .5 O 1 5 0 O Hall, 111 ....... 1 2 2 8 3 1 11Ie1'1'i11z1t, s.s.. . .1 1 1 3 2 1 Gr1OVL'l', 1. f ..... 1 0 1 O 0 0 Cook, 1b ....... 3 1 1 11 1 0 Abbot, 211 ...... 1 1 1 0 2 1 Smltlcr, Qb ..... 1 1 1 2 1 1 Yzliclt-11, 311 ...... 1 0 Q 1 1 0 Hyatt, p ....... Q O 1 0 3 O COC111'kLl1, c ..... 1 1 2 7 0 1 Vlloa, C. f ...... 1 52 2 0 0 0 Scibcrt, p ...... 3 0 0 1 7 0 1Y111SO119f9 . . . .1 0 1 0 0 0 Totals ..... 36 8 11 97 11 1 Totals ..... 38 'T 12 QT 16 1 fftYinson batted for Seilu-rt in ninth. Stolen bases-Cook, 1Vhita-side 2, Lyman. S:1c'1'if1m'c hits1I,y1nan. Two lmsr hits-Ilnll. '1'ln'ee base hitsfl"isl1e1', H21l'1'1SLJll. Home 1'unsA-KI,y1n:an, Mc-1'1'i11at. Struck out-by Hyatt Q, by Seibert 5. Buses on hallS1o1'f Hyatt 1, off Seilwert -14. 1Vild pitclx-Hyatt. Time of game-2 hours 10 minutes. L'lIll11l'6'H-1311111113111 and Emslie. Inninffs-1 2 3 1 5 6 7 8 9Totz11 NAvY..z?...2 1 0 0 0 0 O 3 1-7 ARMY ...... 0 O O 1 0 1 0 3 3-8 331 V-v vwmummwvmmmmmnmrmmvmvvmmmmmrnwmrvvmrrrrnnnvm- mmmymm, mnmnmwmw mmmnnmymm. . -gn'-g:'1:1xkk ii1riiiil+llili l Wil ll ll " lull ii" r '.,w 1.'uzs,"!,.If', ll MW' lllltll m il ' fi 1, lilllll lil 'fllllllillllllfli f w ' x .5 . ii.............. ....u..............................i.......i..m.,.,.M.in.. L"l'1 'w',f,,X.,lI1ilM1z1HL'ff. ' 1 L lass 33111555 LASS Ring is tht- mlistinguislling L'llllllC1H wliicll, in tliu nlisonco of lll1lf01'lll or other insignia. Ill2ll'liS tlzc Nuvzrl Aczulcllly grzuluzltc, wlletlicr lic is in the scrvicc or "on tlic outsiclcf, To become the HF' justly proud possossor of this trcasurc, it is usually ilcccsszlry for tulle zxspirant. to got :rs far along in the Coursu :rs tlio suconcl class sc-ini-fins, tliougli tlio rule -J, fm is nlzulc by L'2lCll Class for its own incnlliors. 2+ :QW 'H' ,gi The wczmring of :L Class ring is strictly El first class rzmtt-g but niontlis buforc Juno VVQQ-lt, soc-oncl class- lnen lllZl'V lic founcl sccrctly zulnxiring fllfll' rings, and wczxring tlicni :Lt lllgllt. Tllcn, wlicn tliu lust scconcl Class annual cxznn is ovcr, tlic first tow nu-n out put on tlicir rings, lic in :nnliusli for thu ncxt lmuncli, gatilicr tlic-in up boclily, and liczwc tllClll merrily ovcr tlic sua-Wall. Soon uvcry one in tlio Class has r0c'c-ivcfl liis clucking: and :Lt lunch formation that clay it may ln- noticcfl that on-1'.V st-conrl C'lilSSIlI?LIl lms :L liczrvy list to port. . M gum 'EI5'.l . , I mf, , ' M P' F N A i . ,b I M yi ii it A ,A - 'S' i s, if bs- W . y , , 4 N S:-E 1 V 1' l in 4 ,L : ' v li 5 - 'Qi n .N , " ' ',"' , f ' 'A' I, 'fi g' ' 43 if fi at , if , 'Y ,, Q.: ag," ', 'M 4,3 , ..' . mi' "" i w "TH -i . " W' 1 V 53552 U x' ki F61 K-' -...uf The Glass Qllup C0Il1'ft'.N-1' j. 5, Jim Dumzfrz' I U. linnm all illirn by tlirar Iilrrsrntz, that the Class of 1913, United States Naval Academy, through representatives duly authorized, has caused to be made, from the long-treasured napkin rings of its members, this Loving Cup. It is hereby decreed that this symbol of love and loyal friendship shall be pre- sented to the First Boy Baby to be born to a member of this Class. Accompanying our Loving Cup go hearty congratulations to the happy parents, and to the child himself we extend our best wishes for lifelong prosperity and happiness. 555535 President. Done under the Seal of the Class, this Seventh Day of June, Anno Domini One Thousand Nine Hundred and Thirteen, by the President. U E 5 I Secretary. 333 ff fi? Y' ,sw -u p f , ',t5'Z?' N' wife: x x N W iii? 3' ' N if ...v m fi rf' 153 NE 'gh 1 if ug: 1 455 HE month of llay is drawing to itfs closeg the last examination is finishedg the oflice is congested with tailors' and haberdashers, packages for the First Class, and the mail is overloaded with their billsg Second Class- men bear up proudly under the load of their recently baptized class rings, and secretly inquire the price of miniaturesg Youngsters seurry about, arranging im- possible dance cards for the Farewell Ballg and Plebes gaze expectantly, but appre- hensively, out in tl1e bay where rides at anchor the good ship Massachusetts, vet- eran of war and practice cruises. In the psi full wealth of it's summer glory, the Yard is lovely even to those who, on the approach of freedom, swear that never again will they enter it's confining gates. And the somber gray that characterizes the Academy is relieved by the bright colors that adorn the mothers, sweethearts, sisters, who gather in admiring throngs to witness the triumphs of their sons, lovers, and brothers. June VVeek, the culmination of the year, is at hand. Arrives the Board of Visitors, grave spectators of the drills which display """I. ' ' "M ,dim '15-,. if at gg 39 Mfhboy 335 . vwvwmm nwmmmmmv rmmnmmvvmmmmm 1 mmnm,,m mmmm,m,mm P-Z, A-me ml its . i pw Wu f ittttttttfi' t6i'irnairi tttllt' .A.. ttitmi....t!ll'iL'1tt.itttt. 'i ,aim , M Y 'Y ,Qi,!w..I tvs- 1 I ,W 'I 5 iif., 2 .D W 'vw every clepartment of a mimi- e e shipman's activity. The hmg lines of the Brigade, gleaming with hrass buttons, swing past the reviewing stand beneath the glare of a mveltering sun, and dishanct in the Cooler Armory, where the hammers of decorators vie with the shouted orders. A hasty shower bath ami a shift of uniform Jf1'2lllSf0l'l11S the perspi1'ing sohtier into a sea-going sailor. The cutters are lowered away and navi- gate the Severn under oars ami sail, while fortunate ones dis! lay their sailing prowess in knoekabouts and eathoats. The time for loitering in Lover's Lane, the most thickly populatee. part of the Yard, is all too limited. Call to dress parade puts a sudden emi to afternoon tlirtation: tlte Center of interest. shifts to the seaward side of Ban- croft Hall, ancl the ltiStiHtf,LlliSilQft medal-men who now receive their rewards are subjected to the anathemas of their less noted comrades, who must wait, gun in hand, for the eompletion of the ceremony. In one hrief week are inehldect the many exhibitions for which the year's work has prepared: street, riot drill, sham battle, artillery firings-the smoke of hlank discharges covers the parade ground, and serves to hide the minor errors 336 mmlmm mlllltll Wil I mlm mmm'l'm 'Q' fl mfllfllwl F llfllwlut' i Wllllllltwllillllifltvrlrlllmi ,llrl,l,llllmlltrlmtllltll of "Dismount the Piece," and other soul-trying maneuvers. The final events in the competition for the Brigade Flag lead up to the last parade, when the proud three-striper proposes three cheers for the young lady who presents the colors, and the unsuccessful competitors acclaim the victors. But not all the scenes are set on the parade groundg at the rifle range, in the gun shed, and in the various shops, the Ordnance and Steam Departments display the wonderful possibilities of the curriculum, and a curious throng Oh's and Ahis over the marvelous sight of a midshipman running a drill press. In the clear, cool evenings the heat and rush of the day are forgotten. The llasqueraders present their masterpiece, "written in Bancroft Hall," to large and appreciative audiences,-the due reward of weeks of extra toil and devoted effort. lVhile the First Class enjoys the annual garden pa1'ty, t.he remainder of the Brigade spends the evening in town until the first stroke of two-bells. and at the second rushes through the gate in a body, belated idlers dropping quietly over the wall. Each Second Classman is careful to get a gallery ticket for Her to see the First Class German, so that she will know what to expect next year, and the Old Grads in united procession pay their 1'e- spects to the graduates to be. And Hnally comes the order for Graduation Exercises so long awaited, and then the day itself. The diplomas are distributed, the cheers are ex- changed, and with exuberant songs the youngest Sons of the Service march forth from the period of their probation. 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Babcock gl Wilcox boilers and superheaters are saving over l59Z in fuel against Scotch boilers in similar vessels on same route. Babcock oc Wilcox boilers are specially adapted to oil fuel on account of large furnace volume, perfect circulation, and complete freedom for expansion. Every part readily accessible for inspection and cleaning. Light Safe Durable Efficient New York London Paris Berlin 34- When writing to advertisers mention the LUCKY BAG. The Pre-eminent Cuvees of Champagne Moet 81 Chandon Imperial Crown Brut "Cuvee A. A." CH OICIC, ALJ TUR HD IVELI, HOIJIICIJ LATQLLSI IONJHLI THF, FINEST CHJIWPJGNIC Moet 8: Chandon Whlte Seal T i,rLXXQeJYxLXl. l,'lf0lI'lfq2,t D v 4 6 'eaaafl ik S140 A MOE DON, , ,I , , -- , o k l8iilX,l'lA,N ,lf fvnffukzoln, 1J1coL1c,:11'143 E MQFQFHQQMQEQEUHN A t n1+:1,1C1oLfS ,,,fFF"NAY'FRA1'CE Sl WICRIOR QLYJIJTI' At all better Grocers, Wine Merchants, Clubs, Hotels, Restaurants, 8zc. GEO. A. KESSLER 8: CO. SOLE IMPORTERS NEW YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO When writiug d th L KY BAG. 34,3 3 Nga MVT WEE .J 4 n l f , i ' l l i l Tl-IE S J. S. MACDCDNALD CO PAN Diamonds of Finest Quality QI The Latest Creations in Artis- Q tie Jevvelry and Watches Original ldeas for Favors, ig Trophies, etc. ig Emblems and Novelties in 2 Gold, Silver and Leather Designs and Estimates Fur- nished on Request 2? Silverware for Wedding Gifts ff ...Y 51 ti e l ei . J9a f . - The J. S. MacDonald Company 212 North Charles Street Fidelity Building Baltimore, Maryland F MAKERS QF THE 1913 CLASS RING 1 fi'44EQlI UQ WEN 'IEEE 4.4. When writ g to advertise mention ll I B MYSTIC Aixinl n.w.ruUUIl3r ip., SUCCESSURTUHATCH s.ltUUI.AGE NURFULIWA IKOOL-A-RIZED "WHITE UNIFORM CLOTHSNI 213 GRANBY STREET SPECIALLY CONSTRUCTED FOR ARM EA EATHER ASS ESLRING You EAR EAR AGAIN AND EACH lsr-i You ERE HERE could order another suit. This you can do, as we keep all measurements, patterns, etc. The first in America to make good white uniforms at common sense prices, today the KOOLAGE. UNIPORMS are better than ever before, the prices still the same. IN THE BIG TENT WE SHOW EVERYTHING IN HABERDASHERY In the side tents will be found Sheets, Towels, Napkins, Pillow Cases, Cliilts and Jap Bed Spreads. The systematic handling of orders received by Among the walking Advertisements you see the Koolage London mail places at the disposal of out-of-town buy- Last, Newbuck White Oxford Shoes, look, wear and feel like ers, a service about as prompt and efticient as a 37.00 Buck, the Koolage price 1765.00 per pair. White Canvas that accorded to those purchasing in person. Oxfords in the " lit-all " Last at 53.50 per pair. DU PONT 1909 MILITARY The Best Riile Powder in the World THE PROOF Pan-American International Team Match, at Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic, May 23, I9 I 2, between United States, Argentine, Chile, Peru, Brazil, and Uruguay. International Legation Guards Match, at Peking, China, June 5, I9I2, between United States, Great Britain, Germany, I-Iolland, Russia, and Italy. The International fTeam Matchl at the Olympic Games. Stockholm, Sweden, june 29, l9l2, between United States, England, Sweden, South Africa, France, Norway, Greece, Denmark, Russia, and Hungary. The Palma Trophy Match, at Ottawa, Canada, September I4, I9 I 2, between United States and Canada. Riile Smokeless Division E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS POWDER CO. Wilmington, Del. Vkh gt I t t th L B 345 The Farmers ational Bank of Annapolis ANNAPOLIS, - - MD. Offers all Modern Banking Facilities. Interest paid on Savings Deposits, one per cent. every four months. Foreign Department, Travellers' Checks and Letters of Credit. Transfers of Money, by cable and otherwise throughout the world. Collections, Foreign and Domestic, made through active correspondents. Accounts Invited Loans Made Allotrnents of Pay. Hundreds of ofhcers and others connected with the Navy, while at sea, keep up their accounts with this Bank, by allotments of their pay for the benefit of their families or to secure loans and advances. We make a specialty of looking after such accounts. Safe Deposit Boxes and Storage Room for valuables, for rent in Fire and Burglar-proof vaults. Depository of Public Funds of the State, City and County in which it is located. This Bank places at the disposal of its customers the experience and facilities gained through 108 years of continuous service and growth. Deposits and Balances, 31,042,030 Resources, 51,564,563 L. DORSEY CASSAWAY, Cashier HARRY J. HOPKINS, President J. CLAYTON BREWER, Assistant Cashier GRAFTON D. RIDOUT, Vice-President GEORGE W. JONES Bookseller, Stationer and Newsdealer We always carry in stock a full line of View Books of Annapolis and the Naval Academy. Also a large assortment of first-class Post Cards of subjects relating to Annapolis and the Naval Academy. Orders for anything in our line will have prompt and careful attention I94 MAIN STREET, THROUGH TO No. II STATE CIRCLE I W'hcn writing tu :ulvt-rlis in ltion thc LUCKY BAG. , MD. UNIFORMS, FURNISHINGS and LINEN SUITS Hrllzzf 7lIff0l'f'If IIZFOIAQAGIU, good materials and guaranteed in every particular. Prices freasonablel measurement blank and samples on request. References, any oflicer on any ship of the U.S. Navy. Get it for your individual taste, correct in detail, and be pleased. Carr, Mears 81 Peebles Haberdashery- Uniforms-Hats 145 GRANBY STREET fI.aw Builclingl NORFOLK, VA. Established 1863 T H E ARMY AND NAVY l0URNAl 20 VESEY ST. NEW YORK The surest and easiest means for an intel- ligent sailor or soldier to keep in touch with his profession and what is going on in the naval and military world The JOURNAL for H NLF' A CENT URY ns advocated every cause :ervin to promote the welfare and improvement of the Regular and Nolunteer Services. It is unix ersally acknow- led el by military 'ind naval authorities the general public and the Press to be the leading I ublication of its kind in the United States. S3 00 Per Year bl' hed Satu d y . L X Q , I , I . s g I v g t f . , 1 Special Suhscripuun Rau- to Laclt-ts li N A and tlirir rtlitues . Pu IS r a "MORSE" TOOLS are Used Everywhere The I..ortl Elgin Watch f J y ' A thin handsome Watch that will Q 52 Judges gf intglliggngjg mga? always meet the requirements recognize the h g h 7 of a naval officer. 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As an antiseptic wash or dressing for superficial wounds, cuts, bruises or abrasions, it may be applied in its full strength or diluted with one to three parts waterg it also forms a useful application in simple disorders of the skin. In all cases of fever, where the patient suffers so greatly from the parched condition of the mouth, nothing seems to afford so much relief as a mouth-wash made by adding a teaspoonful of Listerine to a glass of water, which may be used ai! liffifzmz. As a gargle, spray or douche, Listerine solution, of suitable strength, is very valuable in sore throat and in catarrhal conditions of the mucous surfacesghindeed, the varied purposes for which Listerine may be successfully used stamps it as an invaluable article for the family medicine cabinet. A special pamphlet on mouth hygiene may be had upon request. LAMBERT PI-IARIVIACAL CO. LOCUST '5g'1'?L?f,lLQf'Tivi't5'i'RSTSTs' WM. H. BELLIS 81 CCD. anal Uniforms and Civilian Dress ,I 6. ITS N ., ,.. 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LOUIS snn FRANCISCO MONTREAL U. S. Navy Standard Comnensating Binnacle 68 W. Madison St, 813 Locust St. 48-50 Second St. 252 Notre Dame St. W Drawing Maierials, Maihemaiical and Surveying Insirumenis, Measuring Tapes 4, W'hcn writ g to advertise Cntion the LUCKY BAG. Skinner Ship Building 8: Dry Dock Company DECATUR H. MILLER, Ir., Secretary HARRY G. SKINNER, President and Treasurer ,I , 5, 'I I fag, I ,I we I Etc, 2.455 ' wi' fi? - ' 'I 'i'4s21'tw1wm'e , Q I , ,EIN1 , Y I I'g,' -,-I-.,..- I If ,I ' " , I I V "3 :Nifty ' ' ,'T"'iq'q ,, T, f ggi gif, V 'K .1,,?E3jj,q Q 'f' - V- -V , , ' ,, 21. .W gg" 1. In ,I .' '.f,...' s . Q,-' ' ,,,-,jx-, wg W1 'f 4'f'f:2'g"eI1 L, f 1 S M ffe,s?'yfI":"I?' -I + I '11, ' , img 'ifgg-,ei-fqiaiggjzgqqil,, . N YA V I Y M ,a:1,,,4--fzrrf ,LL j ' f 1 ' -.mm " F ,hw 4355: ,. 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Estimates Cheerfully Furnished on Both Marine and Stationary Work 1: Q' I I Lf., ' - - J ri g EEE?-ri.'-?l,1:?11-:Lg,.i-. ,, A eff, I . miie " V' I I , .- fe 7121" fe:'s.,.sX'-f-..1'-V. WET ,,. - lf' ri' ' frffwweif' -.a -wi - , ' - 'FT' 3? af fiin ,.'?fIiiIiIL' ,3fW1Ef"H'If:1'k'LI.-.L7 .--- 1 ' ' ,L-it ii:ms:g.g1:1dP:-'iimite' ' " 1 1 ' f, r ,jg . V, vszffffeer e.g:::'..:,,,. L I I : f i-i 'Ln -I fffff iff if 25' ff, " ill? - 7,-25 51: ,I ix--yi?-ij, Q, 22" IKE?" . .- 'J 'J . ,-f,a1fY'7Y"" 41 L f' V' 4. 12:-af I Q r ff ,, "pew , :I 'Yf'1"'1"' ifl 'I ' f ' f Ziff ig? fm lf. gefgt, ' Q , .Q J" '17'."' .1 'f r i'- A .V WLS- If' If '. ' I 1' r , 11: f - I -' '-Iffa-fsH1iwf"I'4 Jw WV, Gfiihi I -.W SI- 1+ . , I l , .,,ff.. ,ff 5 , I , 111151, -ifjj q A .. - . 5222 If 2 I' 7, 4, 'nf-i24Qf?f'?ff'?7A,, ,Eg , I 4357 Q ui' 'l'xI1Il" XQFWXI' 'Jar f' I -- F M fffffff: -"4 ' ' li I ig 3 Me .. -',- f-5. f' -- - ,-- ,1 Q.. '!"'A"'!"' A9: ,4 -fb . f px , '93 H I -L W! NF,,.LL Q! g5,fq,,. -?Z'I41i:f5q5g,e-:g1,,qg3137aW,,, 27 051 y6iC4.ii,v V IH IIB ,V .iggfmipw j ,',f Jgjf ,gr '5,l3I'5-rt. A F592 ' ,fe " 119 7 f ,fir ffzfi' WF' ' ' -' T E127 if gi I' be e lille tx e f LOWER PLANT, LOCUST POINT Dry Dock 485 feet Iong, 45 feet wide at bottom, I I5 feet wide at top. Being thoroughly equipped in MAIN OFFICES AT TI-IE. LOWER PLANT every depalztment we can guar- antee quic dis t h. C - ' ' spondence Solicgzdii Locust Point, Baltlmore, Md. When writing to advertisers mention the LUCKY BAG. ,, wi WE HAVE IT What is It You Want? lf you don't believe it, just drop in to Boyer's Arcade and you will be convinced. A full line of Felt Goods always on hand. Mid'n Class Pictures and views of the U- S. Naval Academy always in stock. Remember that this is head- quarters for amateurs. Our amateur work is always to the front. XVith the largest and best line of Souvenir Post Cards in the city at one lll cent each. Vlihen in Annapolis, don't forget the place 67 Maryland Ave., Annapolis, Md. .llurf rlrrlwri .N'n!1r'1'Ifri. W. E. BOYER, Prop. gkgigggg Office: 159 WEST ST. RICHARD G. CHANEY . THE LEADING Hiring, Livery, Sale and Exchange Stable of Annapolis and Southern Maryland The firm of R. G. Chaney, is known by its careful selection of experience and reliable employees. Teams of all kinds for hire by day, week or month, including line Saddle Horses. Baggage transferred and checked from residence of patrons to any point. Hauling to all trains. Antomobile garage for storage, and Automobiles for hire by the hour. Fire proof storage warehouse, Furniture and Pianos stored, backed and shipped to all parts of the world. Our furniture vans are the best. Attractive rubber tire carriages, for weddings and funerals. We now have an up-to-date Blacksmith Shop in connection with our other business. Repairing and Horse Shoeing a specialty. CITY DRUG STORE JAMES D. FELDMEYER Pure Drugs and Chemicals. Toilet Articles and Perfumf ery, lmported and Domestic Cigars and Cigarettes, Soda . Newton Gilbert . . Pharmacist . . State Circle and East and Mineral VVaters Street PRESCRlPTlONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED B in 1 Feldmeyer ro ers Proprietors Main and Francis Streets :z ANNAPOLIS, MD. icn writing to arlvcrtisers mention the Lt'c'Kv BAG. ..g..g.....g..g. ..Q..5..g..g..q..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g. g..g..g..g..g.-Q The Life and Endowment Contracts of The Travelers Insurance Company Of Hartford, Connecticut on the premium reduction plan are unrestricted as to residence, travel and occupation, from date of issue. No permit or extra premium required for military or naval service either in peace or war. At age 22 a policy for x?-10,04Hl on the 20 Payment Life Plan will cost 15297.70 the first year and 3219.33 for the remaining nineteen years. Total premiums paid in ZH years 54,464,975 an average of 522.33 per Sl,000 er annum p . Before deciding on your insurance writetn me for full particulars. Rates reduced March 1, 1913. Special arrangements made with Mid- shipmen in payment of premiums. Address: S. P. FICKLEN, Special Agent Army and Navy Bureau THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. 211-I2-13 Evans Building 1420 New York Ave. WASHINGTON, D. C. ug..- i ll ET LLIC P CKINGS FOR MARINE ENGINE PISTON RODS and VA LV E S T E M S THE UNITED STATES METALLIC PACKING CO. PHILADELPHIA, PA. I ' ESTABLISHED IBSI 9 F. J. Heiberger 81 Son 30Id iqbel INCORPORATED lg e Arm and Nav for' Hotels , Clubs ami y .Y Merchant Tailors P . F .lf S Caps, Equipments, Llnifoims, I'lVElt8 ilml ICS Bra we dana' Boltfeo' and Civilian Tailoring EI El by Beadleston8iWoerz 1419 F Street, N. W ZQI W. IOTH Street New York Washington, D. C. Xxvlltll wit In il t t the LL'r'iiY Dir: .4 SLI ISL ESTABLISHED l8I8 X ff if awww BROADWAY COR. TWENTY-SECOND ST. New YORK. lX'l2ll4t'l'N of llniterl Staltcw Navy flll'lL'CI'xl Uniforms for 4' 4' nczwly an century Also Clviliim Cl:atliillg-1'e1uly-lllzulc :xml to IllCilAlll't' -5' 'ln if I l ' ' L lingliwli l'llllN.'l'Ll1lNllt'I'Y, Hants, Shoes, 'lSl'lll1liS, "L My ' X a . lfl V in llalgx, 'lxltlvellillg Rugx, ctv. ,A Civilian Overcoats in many styles and materials: ll ,N Rough Homespuns,Harris Tweeds,Shetlands,Kenmares, etc. f 'A Ready for immediate delivery , .. X lv Q l'z11'ticul1u' attention paid to the outlitting of Ol'lic'ers stutionul K :lt alistzmt points Captain of Navy ISIS Seml for Samples and lllllSll'llft'Ll Czltailogue Jai Zigi' Z: . y 2. A V if 1 M1 . 3-'s '. fx P 'a 'sis' 2 , 1-.fin i Q --' Q.,-. v... 1 f ...d ivx 'r i' .V W P . f l .mf dvr !! W XJ , A 1 gf I be x ,Q l E S l V l..t.-Co - , x m. of Navy l9I 3 E ectrie Boat ICompan : .11-aux: ' ',,f1-- - 5: -f-- I.. WV' ,M 14 xixb: isa! 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' "'M4-lm, ' 'Y 'ffl " rr ' ' 1 -A ' -' Q' L' ,X M yx" 'fW"'ma' ' i - 3 " ' " QV V f' ' ' X g mc ' tg 2 '1 r "zip 1:41, Q Products of the G. E. Co. ii V, ,"iV, g Made Especially for MAME SERWCE z,u Gasoline-Electric Meters and Instru- ii Generating Sets ments '5 et 't.- Steam Engine Gen- Wire and Cable - V- ' erators Wiring Devices f Turbo Generators Telltale Boards Motors Electric Bake Ovens Mazda Lamps and Ranges Arc Lamps Electric Radiators, Search1ights,Incan- Tubular and Lu- ' descent and Arc minous -' Switchboards Ozonators eV , .r.-5,--A .- General Electric Compan Largest Electrical Manufacturer in the World General Office, Schenectady, N. Y. V District Offices in: ' w ifi ii Atlanta, Ga. , VV ' 1 A V faig,W,.m, Chicago, Ill. t L A. I ,LL , f5,,if,g,, Denver, Col. Philadelphia, Pa. Boston, Mass. Cincinnati, Ohio New York, N. Y. San Francisco, Cal. Safer Ojices in all large cities 3479 When writing to advertisers please mention the LUCKY BAG. Z X I fww OUTFITTERS FOR MEN UNIFORNIS AND ACCOUTRENIENTS FOR NAVAL OFFICERS 1925-313926 0605511469 flifaeilfl sglfalylzcdo 090 O 0 l 90 no 1 '., 0 oo oo Q 0 'X 3 2' 3 Q 0 3 Q, , a o xyqlbuv 2 3 if-ff 0 0 gmfg Q o EFT 9 ,. 3 9 tw: ,A Q ff f o V ' G J .' 0 0 '. l ' 7' 0 Lv, 0 f '. 1 2-P N11 , Q06 Am QAM, 90 V - 9 mg l Q97 9 ' 0' N90 11 9 ,ML V'g4,W32.22 ' lt till B V CUUM OILS SQ Are used by the United States Navy as well as by the Navies of the World. In stock in all the leading ports all over the world Vacuum Oil Company NEVV YORK CITY-29 Bmaiiway ROCHESTER, NhW YORK Q-qug..g..g..g..g.....g.q Taylor On It UNIFORPK5 6. ' means the stamp of quality. It's Cf N easier to make inferior grades, . but our aim is "ONLY THE . 5111011 5, BEST" Satlsfa Correctness ii in all details ' 'Guaranteed ATHLETIC SUPPLIES We guard our reputation for quality jealously and back it up with courtesy and fair dealing. Alex. Taylor Xt Company Athletic Specialists Taylor Building, New York Opp. Hotel Manhattan smciz 1897 VVhen w tng to advertisers mention the LUCKY BAG 361 THE LUCKY BOX THE LUCKY BAG SHIPMATES ing to advertisers mention the 66 97 Canadian Club Whisky 'T The Favorite Brand of the U. S. Navy on the Foreign Stations LONDON NEW YORK CHICAGO VICTORIA, B. C. MEXICO CITY HIRAM WALKER a soNs WALKERVILLE, CANADA PHILIP ILLER NAVAL HABERDASHER KNOX HATS CUSTOM TAILORING DENT'S GLOVES ONYX HOSIERY KEISER NECKWEAR WALK-OVER and j. ES: M. SHOES MANHATTAN and CLUETT SHIRTS, E. 6: W. and ARROW COLLARS LIKLY TRUNKS and SUITCASES l EI I MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION I El l CATALOGUES MAILED ON REQUEST l 32-34-36 Market Space, ANNAPOLIS, MD , ,, ,M-Jaw Mm 3 E 5 1 f il g f f 'V A me 2? Q 46' Y 'f A4149 mn, 1 ' 41-FK j . IX k, ll 'I 4, I ri, , , 4' '.. Q-'Lf -1 4. " 4 I -' , "ff " "gg, Q- i ,wmae a I Jenkins Bros. Valves are made in a variety of types and sizes in brass, iron body, and cast steel, suitable for practically every condition of service from moderate pressures to the exacting conditions demanded by the latest high pressure, power plants. The line includes our well known Stand- ard valves, which are the original renewable disc valves, made in globe, angle, hose, check, blow-off and radiator patterns, the new Standard, medium and extra heavy gate valveS3 and mechanical rubber goods-sheet rubber packing, gaskets, and pump valves. All gi-iiuiiic ,It-nkins Bros. piwitliicts bt-ar Dizimond Trxuli- Mark as sliowii in the cut, and :irc giiziiuiiitec-tl to remler NilflNlZll'f4iI'f' st'i'i'it'c. ILLUSTRATED CATALOG SENT ON REQUEST JENKINS BROS., i'fE??aI5L'Li, JEFSSZE 1 XYhcii xv I Lf to zzilvi-rtis itil-ii the l,rwi,x' IMG, J LYNN MCABOY Off1C131 Photographer Lucky Bag 1913 Pax Row? SWL X xg' W6 V2 Egg Cm! Ox O 7 Qffisg U VNC? X of Q5 NX! f 7SXOfQ SO D1 gdb Q SEQ Q52 k 3.5! LDKSS y 4, W W Gs lv O S X 7 73 wb finij H115 O LUN KENHEIMER Superior Engineering Specialties Quality Make 5 . , . 5 5 '25, - B 1 t 1 I 1 4' ii? -:J i N luminal A H 7 by ' t ..,, Y Injectors. Unions Quality Service Wlien you buy Lunkenheimer High Grade Products, you buy goods of Quality, ol latest design and durable, such as last and satisfy. The Lunltenlieimer Line of Engi- neering Appliances is the largest in tlie world and consists of Brass, Iron, " Puddledu semi-steel and Cast Steel Globe, Angle, Cross, Check, Gate, Pop Safety, Relief, Blow-ofl and Non- return Safety Boiler Stop Valves, Whistles, Water Columns and Gauges, and Fittings, Ground Key Work, Lub- ricators, Oiling Devices, Oil and Grease Cups, Automo- bile and Motor Boat Specialties, etc. Write tor Catalogue. THE LUNKENHEINIER COMPANY Largest Nlanufacttirers ot High Grade THE ANNAPOLIS BANKING 8: TRUST COMPANY Main Street and Church Circle Invites tlie zieentiiits of tlie pnlwlie in general aintl Naval Officers :intl nien in purti4'iil'ir Its lwiinking hours :ire 9 ni. in. tu 4 p. in., :intl on Sziturtlaivs 9 11. in. to 6 p. ni.-tlii is giviiig tlieni :in oppor- tunity to :ittentl tn business utter the 's tlutx is mtl tlziy . ,V o otiieers on seat tltttv we stwgest .9 bt the eoiiveiiieiiee of niziking us ai inontli- lv ullotinent uli , ' ieli is plzieetl to tlieir - it ' rintli, :intl credit on tlit hist of t uli in is :tt once stilajeet to elieek. It you lizive surplus fnntls, they will tlrgiw three :intl one-lizilt per eent. in- terest, if plixeetl on it savings uceoniit, 0l'2 It you :ire in need of fnntls, cull to see ns uitli xi View of inziking ai lozin. NVe :ire prepziretl to serve you in ei'ei'y wziy. Engineering Specialties in the Wfmrld General Offices and Works: CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. S.A. W , l A , 1.1-urge I, Meliln, I'rt-si-lent ,l. IXI.irsli.1Il Llinuliy. 'I're1isnrtr 64-68 Fulton Street, New York I86 N. Dearborn Street, Chicago tg, 'i1,.,,, lztqltltey, Vit't'-I'rt'si.leiit Asn A. ,I-tive. ht-tri-r.iry '38 Hlgh Street' Boston 35 Great Dove' Street' London' S' E' rlusvltll 'I'. llrennqin, View-I'rt'sitlt'iit J. I,.ltlI'4'Iltt' NNNIIIUII, Clerk 52-ZW Established 1862 Incorporated 1900 JORDAN STABLER COM AN Fine Old Medicinal Wines and Brandies Staple and Fancy Groceries Suburban Branch, Roland Park. BALTIMORE, MD. Old, but alive and active! Our business has increased every year since 1862. We had titty thousand dollars increase in our sales last year over the year before, showing a healt-hy growth in business. brought about by giving our customers high grade goods at moderate prices. We import our toreign goods direct trom the most reliable houses ot the old countries. We exercise the greatest care in testing and selecting all kinds ot merchandise in our line, so that we will improve, rather than reduce our high standard. Over titty years' experience is a guarantee that is worth something. We import direct trom Aden, genuine Mocha Cotteeg trom Italy, the tinest Cream Olive Oil grown on the southern slopes ot Tuscany: genuine Sherry Wine trom the oldest Bodega's in Spain: Crosse 81 Blackwell's goods trom Londong sardines in pure olive oil: Petit Pots, Mushrooms, Haricot Verts, Flageolets, Artichokes, and other French vegetables direct trom the French owners. Our motto has always been,-" Quick SalesfFull Measure-Pure Goods." JORDAN STABLER, President RICHARD L. BENTLEY, Vice-President EDWARD A. WALKER. Sec'y and Treasurer SAMUEL G. SCRIVENER JOHN L. HOOFF jlj NYM-ii writing In advertisers mention the LUCKY BAG. E J. SCHMIDT co Naval Tailors HIGH CLASS UNIFORMS d ALL EQUIPMESIFIS FURNISHED m- rxt giiw Ld K'W.i". ug! K' .xg I, . . w QQ? r LATEST STYLES OF CIVILIAN DRESS ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND When writing to advertisers mention the LUCKY BAG. harles G. Feldmeyer Newsdealer Bookseller and Stationer NAVY PENNANTS - - - - - and PILLOW COVERS Largest assortment of Souvenir Post Cards in the City. Choice Brands of CIGARETTES, CIGARS AND TOBACCO sous AGENTS FOR 'filiiiiltlllliii Ltirrhatlm auth Stqaplira If it isn't an Eastman it isn't a Kodak You should have one on the SUMMER CRUISE 48 Maryland Avenue AN NAPOLIS MARYLAND 1lLl.f7f1fff1'f1lU'ff I 5,05 fmozponzfrff 1910 GEO. T. KEEN MERCHANT TAILORS 1310 F Street, Northwest WASHINGTON, D. C. Established I844 A. SCHRADER'S SON, Inc. 28, 30, 3'2, 33 ROSE STREET NEW YORK, U. S. A. H! ..r .' if-X fu., . 'Q' li il i. mi BT "ltr +9 ,"w-'C...lQQi?lffi1.., J P TZ if iii it wr. ' ! in EKQJS ki .,.r......,, Q I 1.1 , V,-V ll 'Y . . 1 ' .' .1 -"- Rib.. ififisef 'tiifff ,f .,.iJ:.'-7,gl7!."- ' it-ft .Y, J' V35 -:bfi In ff-if " gil A ,fy X MANUFACTURERS OF Diving Apparatus VLH- mike Divers' Outfits of all lcinds and invite inquiries from Xvrr-cke-rs, Contractors. Briclgr- Companies, Water Works or anyone who conternplates the use of such an apparatus. FURNISHER OF DIVING APPARATUS TO U. S. NAVY AND U. S. ARMY ENGINEERS' CORPS GOLD MEDAL AWARDED AT IAMESTOWN EXPOSITION, l907. AXVARDED GRAND PRIZE AT THE ALASKA- YUKON-PACIFIC EXPOSITION, l909. HEADQUARTERS UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY 1511121 altnn PHILADELPHIA, PA. 500 ROOMS EUROPEAN PLAN Absolutely lireproofg centrally located 3 close to everything .l Rooms without bath - - 52.00 per day and upwards Rooms with hath - - - 352.50 per day and upwards Furnishings and Equipment the very best LUKES 8: ZAHN HS When w itmg to zrclvcrtist-rs mention the LUCKY BAG. ,Aa fs . .A 'ml .ffxx .., , 1 s f 3 l A ge wg gg wg, ga'?-saga Vg p Ur' a A a A l WL e f ' l 1 . wif , l 1 ' 1 n A A -1 AKVi'a.at:.1 S X CRX q XVXX- N, Y X I Ci V li DESIGNERS OF QP ,:.,- A a. h ,Aa Cai! U. s. NAVAL ACADEMY li 47" ln E K" ' , ' 'l EMBLEMS AND NOVELTIES Fl . il :isa .Sig CLASS RINGS CLASS CRESTS Qfip, ' pt: xx. ELL' la ,f' 'Q leaf V a CLASS RINGS forthe U. s. Naval Academy, 1908-09-10- lv I2-I4 have been designed and made by this Company, which , holds fine steel dies for miniature rings. p. V552 i+"Wmi.a af- 'i Personal Articles in Gold and Silver and Leather Goods applied K gamfil 5' Z ' J, f with Class Crests or Academy Seal promptly furnished. ii Correspondence Papers embossed, stamped or illuminated. Special lifixgffs' ' I Designs for Class Crests, Banquets, Menus, Programmes, Visiting ff , f I N Cards, etc. Samples and prices promptly forwarded. - JJ I . , Vi THE HAND BOOK enables the faraway purchaser select I la Wedding and other gifts-fully illustrated and priced. Sent a-..a- ou r b ost u on re uest. 3 y P P Q iq 4 sf ' Q, ' ' 1218-20-22 Chestnut Street PHILADELPHIA pa Q A ii ix L , ,. .X ill? K5-as it f is X 'Zi Pl 'Zh is fi' ,,.."'i-5: C sa ii ,f i 5, X 25. 11 0-:' 2 ,. 0 , ' lx 6 7' -f ' A " ' , .aw -A af- a- f he 1 WW W aa e v ' it l X a X T ,147 I A V f, , I m aam 'Q' isi' s-A "Avid 'Sim A 'W . ses f-ref. rfwaaix as-A ' Sl Ig tl ' Einvms cuv :gcgnrro "u lrmg1?T4:rrnr.4Ar1AwS?' ' A155 A'rLAvav.2 HFET f' . f t Uv rar. uunzu When writing to advertisers mention the LUCKY BAG. I 0 XS A 2 l YQSHEO .vl 'Egg' W row? 'f EN EQUIPN The Warnock Uniform Co f fi we 'W ' gy 19 lmporters and Manufacturers 'i 1" WET X Jli I il f -L.:'32 f A ' CK 'E' ' ' ox v li l Y ' 1 A ii . ' 1 ' sux ' 1 t- f if fi' l f' 1- or -a , i f' it 'rf L Q ' F Q0 1 f M' "i he-lo 'Q il , f YH" Q - -fa . 4, ,Q is TRADEMARK fi' . '-'N '. r -1-A XLS f ef! 3 , fl, vii' E . LLEX 7 4 Q 'PX l ax . l 3 l Avsvd',fl . w X ll ,gi The Standard of the U. S. Army, U. S. Navy and U. S. Marine Corps ?'i?.- ' ' X A ? 19 and 21 WEST 3151: STREET, NEW YORK Highest Award, Paris Exposition 1900 BCIWCCI1 Avenue and Broadway Those in the Front Ranks Need .171-mourls Grape Juice ln every active wall: of life, there is need for a beverage like Armour's Grape Juice. It is more than pleasant and refreshing. It builds blood, aids digestion, creates appetite and promotes general good health. .1Z'mour.S GRAPE JUICE The Family Drink. Bottled Where the Best Grapes Grow Pressed and bottled in the model Armour factories at Westheld, N. Y. and Nlattawan, Michigan. Served at fountains, buflets and clubs. Sold by druggists and grocers. ARMOURSKIECOMPANY L u j W . . 'Wir QHGRAPE JUICE iii., SW-2 I l 1 102 .4 ll ll f I Rall f, I fr 5 X f l ' -lr X. fl All M If W t X N 1 lx 1 ' --av r ' Ili' ' fungi? in ull! if - .' ' .. ' J?-'51-1 yllgllf-,lRF2fffl1hnllunll i 1 ll . 3 70 Xxlllfli x L g to advertise I tl LVCKY BAG. ETYQPART of An A TOMATIC PISTOL Have You Ever Considered the Question of Automatic Pistol Safety? A The Important That no matter how many shots a pistol may contain, nor how rapidly those shots may be fired after the pistol is ready for mmm- FORGET to Make it SAFE Because of the quickness with which the first shot may be fired, and the safety with which a COLT may be kept ready for that first quick shot. If you have to think to lock an action for safety, and to unlock it for use, you have cause for worry and you lose time. Suppose you place a pistol in your pocket or grip, or leave it in a dresser drawer at full cock without the 'isafety" thrown on, or forget to unlock it in a sudden emergency? Colt Gives You the Advantage No Cause for Worry with a COLT--lt's Automatically Safe! The COLT is automatically locked when cocked fsafe against acci- dental dischargej It is automatically unlocked fwhen ready for usel because the Grip Safety is automatically pressed in fwithout thoughtl when the trigger is purposely pulled. Ask your dealer to explain this COLT AUTOMATIC feature. If he cannot, write to us- Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co., Hartford, Conn. When writing to advertiser, t n the LUCKY BAG. 371 J. M. STEIN 8: COMPANY WASHINGTON, D. C. J-I-L CIVILIAN TAILORS EXCL U51 VEL Y Our representative is at Bancroft Hall every Wednesday and Saturday R. L. CHANCE Jeweler Navy Seal, Flag and Anchor Pins SOUVENIR SPOONS 136 Main Street, Annapolis A. W. SHARPE Optician Oculists' Prescriptions Filled Lenses Duplicated Fifty-three Years'Experience in the Stationery Business IOH II. SAUMENIG Xi C0. Fine and Commercial Stationery All the leading brands of Foreign and Domestic Paper Everything in the Stationery line required for the Office, Home and Educational Institutions Special Attention Given to Engraving of Wedding Invitations, Wedding Announcements, Visiting Cards, At Home Cards, Reception Cards Class Day Exercises, IVlonograms, Crests, Arms, Address Dies Stamping from Dies in Gold, Silver, Bronze or Colors ONLY EXPERT WORKMEN EMPLOYED All orders receive prompt attention and are given our personal supervision Rosenfeld Brothers ,NEW YOFIK CLOTHING HOUSEI UNIFORIVIS EQUIPMENTS CIT'S CLOTHING FURNISHINGS Annapolis Office I 19 Francis Street BAIIIMDRI MARYIAND NVIH-ri x I Q' I-r mlvi-rtis tion the I.IwiQx' DAG. H de Windlass Company Marine Auxiliary Machinery I WINDLASSES, STEERING GEAR WINCHES, CAPSTANS, PUMPS Brown's Patent Hydraulic Telemotor MANGANESE BRONZE CASTINGS MAIN OFFICE and WORKS - - BATH, MAINE New York Office, 17 State Street THE ARMY AND NAVY REGISTER PRINTS ALL CURRENT SERVICE NEWS-OFFICIAL, PROFESSIONAL, PERSONALFORESHADOWSPROB- ABLE CONGRESSIONAL AND DE- PARTMENTAL ACTION POR THE NEAR FUTURE, LEAVING THE PAST TO BE DEALT WITH BY HIS- TORIANS. SUBSCRIBE POR ARMY AND NAVY REGISTER. 53.00 PER ANNUM. WHY DELAY? DO IT NOW! ADDRESS WASHINGTON, D. C. MODERN HOTEL AMERICAN PLAN awk CAR EL HALL ANNAPOLIS, MD. OPP. NAVAL ACADEMY BW!- TELEPHONE 280 MODERATE RATES When writmg to advertis mention the LUCKY BAG. ,3 LEMMERT CITS CLOTHES EXCLUSIVE . , Jar , . ANNAPULIS BALTIMORE Marylgiil Cixjillle '- -f:, 19 E. Fayette Street New England Mutual Lile Insurance Company INCORPORATED 1835 PARTICIPATING INSURANCE GUARANTEED UNDER MASSACHUSETTS LAWS DIVIDENDS PAID ON ALL POLICIES ANNUALLY Correspondence with Naval Oiiicers is Respectfully Invited H. E. MUNN FREDERICK A. SAVAGE, General Agent Navy Representative 500 Continental Building, BALTIMORE 1Uh3 'Bn Parker , .ff"ff'fi -,-, bouahi' 0. m0't'0I' 05412. M- fl' -, ' I? A- - , ff' f. 'JU Ygujgecferd .il-'H -E if Q t S! Huw. RHQHJ 12 uk fwf Ci-F 7 422457, x zavf I , "f1"". JJ W Y -I ,, gg" i -QUT I ,NNW 52.4 iff I7-4-'f ' In -CK -' .4-7 . , -'U lx X S V ' A if lull- 1 2, f I ei YQ 5 W-6 QQ 1, X QI - rw: X ill Class Pins Visiting Cards 1' Established 1872 Excelled by None E. A. WRIGHT Ill Wedding Announcements Z2 IZ and Invitations Commencement Invitations, Dance Invitations q Modern Programs, Menus, Fraternity Inserts and Stationery Ad t. . Complete Facilities for turning out College Publications. Special Ver .Ising rates to Fraternities and Class Committees. Before ordering NOVCIUGS elsewhere, compare Samples and Prices Aft Calendars SPECIAL DESIGNS SUBMITTED Fon SPECIAL OCCASIONS Steel Engraved and Hand Painted Ill PhotoEngraving and Half Tone E. A. Wright Bank Note Co. Bank Note and General Engravers Stock Certificates, Bonds and Securities of Money Value Vvork llingraved according to Stock Exchange requirements! Photogravure l Diplomas, Checks, Bills of Exchange, Drafts, Railroad Passes Lithogl'-9PhiUg l 108 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA ----- lmlygpml f Il ae gl lllrllllll . . C I v I L 1 A N TA 1 L 0 R F 0 R l iiiailawallln ll M 1 D S H 1 P M E N, U. S. N. A. P l ,l'f,,Ml..l-MQlll -MI, iMl Y - f JF, Q 'zu E , I Eglllvaiv Extensive Line ot Samples tor Suitings, Evening Dress, Tuxedos, Cravenettes, Rain Overcoatings, Etc. No. 56 Maryland Avenue ANNAPOLIS, : : MD. Special Navy Rates, Modern Appointments, Up-to-clate and cheerful. European Plan, S5l.00 per clay and up. Excellent Grill Room Hotel Maryland ANNAPOLIS, MD. J. N. SMITH 8: BRO., Proprietors VVl1cn writing to advertisers mention the LUCKY BAG. .,-U, , Q-nn! 'vs nun.:-au .,...1f.-.m1N.. 1 - 1 Urcxbc mln! HUTEL enncxmcafmmsf GUS Bl.lL'4HU' 5 if Q I 4 ,Q 1 4 ,V . If 'f r l 1913 ARCH 4, The Chas. L. Willard Co. Colfege E7Zg'7'dU67'J and Printers CLAQCDAY PROGRAMS, MENIUI l-IN1B0.'Ql'IIJ S'l'A'IxIONERY, DANCE PROVRAMC. Prmters of Lucky Bag ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-SIX FIFTH AVENUE NEVV YORK When writ' g t d t' mention th L B G. 3 Pocahontas Fuel Company NO. 1 BROADWAY, NEW YORK Sales Department of the Pocahontas Consolidated Collieries Co., lncorporated. Miners, Shippers, Exporters and Bunker Suppliers of "ORIGINAL POCAHONTAS" COAL We ship from 22 Mines in the Pocahontas Field Shipment, 3,500,000 tons per annum by all rail, tidewater and the Great Lakes Largest Producers oi Smokeless Coal in the United States The average analysis made by the United States Government of 42 samples of "ORIGINAL POCAHONTASH coal, talcen from cargoes furnished by the Pocahontas Fuel Company, was as follows: Fixed Carbon ---- 74.8I per e t Volatile Matter - - - l8.88 U ' P, F, C, Sulphur - - .67 p, f.-.C- REGISTERED SIGNAL f Ash ' ' ' 479 .. ORIGINAL PocAHoN'rAs HAMPTON noAos Momufe ' ' -85 TRADEMARK Total - - - - l00.00 " British Thermal Units - - H003 This coal is marketed under the brand of "Original Pocahontas." The first shipments of coal from the Pocahontas Field were made from the mines ofthe Pocahontas Consolidated Collieries Co., lnc., at Pocahontas, Virginia, in IBSZ, which mines have since continuously mined and are now mining the No. 3 vein and are shipping the highest grade of Pocahontas coal. Largest Exporters oi Semi-Bituminous Coal in the United States Cable Address: H Pocahontas 1" Codes: H Watlcins'," U Scotfs l0th," UA. B. C. 4th and Sth," U Western Unionn and U Lielnersu No. 1 BROADWAY, NEW YORK BRANCH oFF1cEs Norfolk, Virginiag II7 Main Street Boston, Mass., Board of Trade Building Chicago, lll., Fisher Building Cincinnati, Ohio, Traction Building Bluefield, West Virginia, Pocahontas Building Agents and Distributors in New England NEW ENGLAND COAL AND COKE COMPANY, 111 DEVONSHIRE STREET, and EVERETT DOCK, BOSTON, MASS. Distributing Wharves on Great Lakes SANDUSKY, OHIO and TOLEDO, OHIO Tidewater Piers: LAMBERT POINT, SEWALL'S POINT, NORFOLK: and NEWPORT NEWS, VA. Tugs Bunkered at City Piers, Norfolk, Virginia London Agents: EVANS 8r REID, Ltd., 101 Leadenhall St., London, E. C., England Agents in Italy: HENRY COE 81 CLERICI, Piazza S. Matteo 15, Genoa Latin-American, West Indian and European Coal Consumers Invited to Correspond with lSAAC T. MANN CHARLES S. THORNE THOMAS P. FARRELL ARTHUR lVlacBRlDE. GEO. W. WOODRUPP President Vice-President General Manager Asst. General Manager Treasurer POCAHONTAS FUEL COMPANY VVhen writing to advertisers mention the LUCKY BAG. fairs and they haven't the money at home. n on EX PGDY eoun with EDITORS DUCKED, my GHPS- . . fi' the tion, Traditlonal Policy at Naval Academy lndg N532 of Throwlng Overboard Lucky Bag ther. rt. I Staff Carried Out Yesterday. cog- Following' the custom of many years. Cpu This which has become a traditional poliey niztl oort- at the Naval Academy, the editors of may can the Lucky Bag, the Naval Academy nm-Q al of annual, as a punishment for the grinds and 1 the and jokes which they had published at impo have the expense of their schoolmates, were O1-ie 1 the thrown overboard about noon yester- been SWIUY Clay. Chin time The place where the duc-king took getti llaf- place is an angle of the seawall near or tt uzed Bancroft Hall. where it is impossible A ually for the swimmers to Seale its steep by it is sides. Consequently the Scribes had no rec- to swim for it to a nearby raft and knov ther thus mount to dry land. ogni Our Nearly the whole staff was c-aught. Eurt 380 INDEX OF ADVERTISERS Alexander. Andrew. . . Annapolis Banking N Trust fo. Armour K Co .......... Army N Navy Journal . . . Army Navy Register. Babcock M VVilcox Co ........ Bailey, Banks it Biddle Co Beadleston 8: VVoerz .......... Bellis 8 Co., VVm. H ..... . . Boyer, VV. E ......... Brooks Brothers . . . Carvel Hall ......... Carr, Mears 8: Peebles . . . Chance, R. L ......... Chaney, Richard G ...... Colt,s Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co. ................ DuPont de Nemours Powder Co., E. I ............. . . Edison Storage Battery ...... Electric Boat Co ....... Elgin National Wat.ch Co Farmers National Bank of An- napolis, The ......... Feldmeyer Brothers ..... Feldmeyer, Charles G. . . General Electric Co. . . Gilbert, J. Newton. . Green, T. Kent ........ Heiherger, F. J. 81 Son. Hotel Maryland ...... Hotel VValton ......... Horstmann, VVm. H., Co. Hyde VVindlass Co ..... Jenkins Bros. ..... . Jones, George W ..... Keen, Geo. T. ......... . Kessler it Co., Geo. A. . . 351 366 370 347 373 342 369 357 349 356 358 373 347 372 356 371 345 362 358 347 346 356 368 359 356 352 357 375 368 361 373 364 346 368 343 Keuifel X Esser Co. . . Koolage, C. VV ..... D. . . Lambert Pharmacal Co. Lemmert, John H ..... Lunkenheimer Co ...... MacDonald Co., J. S.. . . liferriam Co., G. X Ci. . . Miller, Philip ......... hlorse Twist Drill Co. . . McAboy, J. Lynn ...... New Ellgland Life Insura Pocahontas Fuel Co.. . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . nce Co. Prudential Insurance Co ...... Reed,s Sons, Jacobi ..... Rice Sz Duval ......... Roelker, H. B ...... . . Rosenfeld Brothers ..... Saumenig' tk Co., John H Schrader's Sons A Inc Schmidt Co., F. J ............ Schwarz 8 Forger ........... Skinner Shipbuilding it Dry Dock Co. .......... . .....- Spaulding it Bros., A. G ..... Sperry Gyroscope Co . . . Stabler Co., Jordan. . Stein Co., J. M .... . Stetson Shoe Co ..... Taylor it Co., Alex .... . Travelers Insurance Co. . . . . . Q . - Q 1 U. S. liletallic Packing Lo .... Vacuum Oil Co ........ Walker X Sons, Hiram. -..... ...... VVarnock Uniform Co., The. .. VVelch ............... VVillard Vo., The Chas. L ..... VVrig'lit Bank Note Co., E. 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