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

 - Class of 1953

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JOHN ALLEN DUNAWAY, JR. Atlanta, Georgia Before his entry into the Xaval Academy, Allen spent tliree years as a Kappa Alpha at Georgia Tech and Emory University. With these years as a pre-med student behind him he found no difficulty with academics at Navy, quickly recognizing the similarity between bodies and boilers. This natural proficiency in matters academic left him plenty of time for his favorite hobby . . . Southern Belles from Atlanta, Georgia, his own home town. Taking pride in living up to all the qualities associated with the Southeru Gentleman Al proved himself a leader of the " born " variety and hopes to become a sea-going Robert E. Lee. JOHN ALLEN EDDY Humboldt, Nebraska Hailing from the Cornhusker State, Jack left the wide-open prairies to try his hand on the wide-open sea. Jack at- tended Doane College for a year before becoming a mid- shipman. Around the Academy Jack made quite a name for himself ... his art work and cartooning for the LOG, Splinter, posters, and hops were as well known to the bri- gade as Tecumseh. His work as a member of the class ring and crest committee and the Ring Dance Committee proved his worth to the Brigade. Jack ' s eyes are set on Navy line after graduation. DOUGLAS SCHMELZEL EGAN, JR. Bkllv i ' e. Washington From beyond the stone wall of the Rockies, from the land of rain, sleet, and snow, Seattle, came Doug. You can ' t help but wonder if Doug will remain as imperturbable in later years as he was at Navy. Somehow thru the mid- spring purges, thru the all too eliminating eye exams, Doug managed to remain smiling and cheerful. . s a financier, Doug was tops in any man ' s book. Though not a million- aire, he had a very niunidshipmanlike quality . . . the ability to save money. Doug was the kind of person you ' d like to have around. He always did his best, no matter what. Page 330

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JOHN RAYMOND DEVEKEAUX, JR. Long Beach, Calikorni v Hardly a member of ' 53 missed getting tlu; friendly smile and good natured words of recognition from " Det " in his many wanderings tlirough tlie lialls of Motlier Bancroft. Jolin claimed Long Beacii, California as his home town, and got his start in College education at Loyola University, Los Angeles. It was at Loyola that John picked his two first loves, the sea and girls ... in that order. John de- cided to continue his sea training in the Naval Academy ' s fleet of yawls and sailing craft. His love for the sea coupled with his gre at enthusiasm and an eye for adventure (and women) are certain to make John ' s career a success. JERRY ANSON DICI MAN DuNSMUiR, California ' Jer " , " Siep " , " The Earl " ... He was known by all of these . . . but alone or together they added up to a bright package of friendly humor. A born athlete, he carried his prowess to the fields of Navy in the form of basketball, squash, volleyball and that mysterious " Up-out-and- together " sport . . . not to mention that oft visited radi- ator. Strictly a C ulbertson man he could match " Three-No ' ' with the best of them. Addicted to post-football game revelry, Jerry could always be found at one of the fashion- able lounges gracing the environs of Baltimore. Li the Navy, Jerry ' s ready smile and helping hand will make him a knockout officer. DANIEL DANA DONOVAN, JR. West Hartford, Connecticut Danny, an Irishman in the true sense of the word, brought the Navy his love for the Connecticut shore plus a ques- tionable New England sailing ability. Academics were a breeze for him all the way. A faithful Yankee fan, he liked to play tennis and basketball. He was a real hacker on the golf course. Enjoyed music and dancing. His sense of humor and bouyant spirit were always his mark, even in the rigors of plebe year. Page 329



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HARVEY ALFRED FALK, JR. HOKENDANQUA, PENNSYLVANIA Probably the greatest baseball fan and most faitliful reader of Sporting News ever was Harv. After a year studying engineering at Lehigh Harv got his issue of tlie Navy Blue suit witli gold accessories, custom made by Jacob Reed. For Harv the day began at reveille and ended at taps; no pre-reveille studying and no post taps glove washing. Hardly anyone ever left liis room without a dis- cussion, or likely, an argument about baseball. Baseball and academics were not Harv ' s oidy activities. " How about a few hands of cards or a little squash. " Harvey liked people, and people liked Harvey; they couldn ' t do otherwise. RICHARD JAMES FEENEY Jersey City, New Jersey Just holler " Red " and Dick ' d be right there. Coming to Navy after a year of college in New Jersey, Dick found the change over from a co-ed school rather baffling. Al- though receiving a Congressional appointment Dick spent about a year in the Naval Reserve and planned to stay in the Navy line. Getting in on the ground floor Plebe summer, he became a plebe football manager and worked up through the J.V. ' s and Varsity during third and second class years only to be edged out on the home stretch. Other interests were company Softball, sailing and women. His pet peeve was his collection of nick-names. DONALD LINN FELT Milton, Massachusetts Linn claims Coronado, California, as his origin. Being a Navy Jr. meant frequent changes of address but Linn chose Milton, Massachusetts, for his " Podunk " . Having been closely associated with the Navy all his life, the Academy was nothing new to him. Studies gave him little trouble and he was quite the athlete when it came to company basketball and soccer. Linn was another of the fugitives from a Hawaiian combo and it took little persuasion to get him to break out his uke. Like his father, Linn has his sights set on Navy Air. Page 331

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