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

 - Class of 1939

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FREDRIC B. CLARKE LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA " Freddie ' AS HIS picture shows, Fred has plenty on the ball as far as women are concerned. That has been the only trouble with being his roommate. Passing through so many crises with him when the object ot his affections was changing would make one teel fully qualified to run an " advice to the lovelorn " column. He is savvy enough not only to look out for himself, but also to help several others drag aching bodies through the academic wars. His congeniality presents an impenetrable barrier to strife and discord; his good nature i.s enough to dissolve the gloom that hangs over a room in the dreary weeks after a good leave. Through anything, you can count on Fred to back you up to the last ditch. Swimming 4, 5, 2, i, Battalion Soccer 4: Boat Club 2; M.P.O. Log Staff z, 1; Editorial Board 1 Qerman Club 2.; Q.P.O, Joe LLOYD ROLAND VASEY LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA ' Cuddlesome " LLOYD ROLAND, known much more frequently as Joe, has spent many years in the tropics — Samoa, the Philippines, and Charleston, S. C. — furnishing him material for many a cold winter evening ' s conversation. These same years, spent swimming like a native, made him a natural for the swimming squad. He can be depended on to be a redmike unless someone needs help; even then the gal must be a forty and savvy. His being a Navy Junior seem- ing rather beside the point to him, makes Joe a conspicuous exception to the rule. He has never let any academic department get more than two strikes on him, and has played ball with the Executive De- partment. It work and perseverance are the things that are required for success, he ' ll go right to the top. 1 1 :

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GEORGE MESSERSMITH KLINE BAKER LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA " Bake " " Q. M. K. THE original bundle of energy — how he keeps so many irons in the fire simultaneously will always he a mystery. So full of enthusiasm that it ' s positively discouraging for the rest of us, yet he ' s never too busy to lend a willing hand to a classmate. It doesn ' t pay to argue with him; somehow you always find yourself behind the proverbial eight-ball. But he always manages to make the answer seem accidental. He ' s no slouch when snaking either. Any man who buys patent leather shoes in October of Youngster year does so with a purpose. The results can be judged by the daily in- flux of mail and the lack ot vacant space on his locker. Here ' s to him; may he tollovv a straight road to success. haluinCluhz-.q.r.O. Basketball 4; Battalion Sunm- ming 2.; Battalion Basketball 1 ; Company Hijlc 3, 2; Log Stajf 4, 3, 2, I, Managing Editor 1; Boat Club Senior Member 2. 1 1 P.O. DANIEL McGUlRE CHILD WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA " Dan " " Danny TTERE ' S to the Danny of unruly blonde hair, ■ ■ ready humiir, and easy-going nature. He v ill explain a complicated ordnance problem to his bewildered roommates as readily as he will laugh at any good joke, even though it is at his own e.x- pense. His amusing similies lend interest to any conversation, and frequently a whole evening slips by with little accomplished except a darn good bull session. But his attributes are by no means always directed along such passive lines. Many a girl has gasped twice as Danny swaggers by carrying the colors of the second company. Dan, may we fre- quently be able to sit in the same wardroom over a hot cup of Java and recall past experiences, as well as look forward to cruises as shipmates. M 114 I



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GEORGE BERGER CATTERMOLE RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY " Qcorgc " ARRIVING in Annapolis pretty sure of five cents a mile to his credit, George nonchalantly proceeded to draw his broom and reg. book and begin Plebc lite. Trained by the inhabitants of " Wel- come to Hell, " he emerged a methodical and conscientious Young- ster. Manipulating his slipstick without allowances for laundry numbers or J constants allows him to enjoy the social whirl ol Crabtown weekends without Monday morning setbacks. His hop schedule, like a pre-reveille call list, is made out well in advance. A familiar name on the notice of " Shipments in the express office for . . ., " his room has been a Mecca tor hungry mates. His are a pleasant disposition, a dash ot wit, determination, and thorough- ness. Is much else necessary ' a: Outdoor Hifle 4, 3, z; Buualion Soccer 4, 3; Coml any Pistol z: Efidio Club 4, 3, 2, 1; Vice- President 1: Trident Society 4, 3, 2, 3; Circulation Matuiner j; Company Heprescntativc 3; 3 Stripes. Lacrosse 4, 3, 2, 1; Water Polo 4: Hop Committee i ; Stunt Com- mittee i, i; Boat Cluh 4, 3, 2; 1 P.O. LAWRENCE LOVIG, JR. MERRICK, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK " Larry " LARRY exchanged the pleasures of Long Island ci ilization for the tumultuous life of a mid- shipman. A skilled hand at sailing, he quickly grasped the opportunity to indulge in this sport. Larry ' s social life, held up by plebe year, was there- after steaming under forced draft in spite of the turbulent waters of youngster Math. In the tall we find him puzzling over how to make circles out of rectangles for card stunts. Other spare moments find him bouncing a lacrosse ball off the bulkhead, or swinging with Goodman with fanatical devo- tion. You will find him at almost all social gather- ings or bull sessions. His courteous bearing and the expression of friendliness with which he greets you make Larry a swell fellow — certain ot a wel- come reception anywhere. I 116 .1

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