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

 - Class of 1953

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RICHARD THOMAS HERKNER San Rai ' ael, California A Californiaii is Dick; he made himself right at home at USNA. Finding academics a ratiier drab pastime he braiiciied into extracurricular activities. Beginning Plebe year he wrote about a thousand words per LOG issue. LOG writing only occupied nine tenths of his study hour time so Dick followed his Scrooge McDuck instincts by becoming class treasurer. Money wasn ' t the only thing he collected; made a big hit with eastern women. Dick ' s other interest in life (aside from the sack) was getting a line commission and later on getting into C.E.C. He was pretty confident too; only two more sick bay eye charts to memorize. " M " STASER HOLCOMB Seattle, Washington Staser came to Annapolis from Seattle to fulfill a long- standing ambition. At Navy his ready sense of humor found easy expression in cartoons for both the LOG and SPLINTER. Sportswise, Stas always had some racket or other . . . either tennis or squash, his favorites. He liked basketball, but found skiing on the snowless Annapolis plains difficult. Many hours at his desk, armed with a book in one hand and a fresh carrot in the other, enabled Stas to wear stars on his full dress uniform. Staser was one of those rare characters who could work in harmony with anybody but still remain completely Staser. DONALD STONE HOLMES, JR. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Reversing progress, the Holmes Family came from the West to the East and Philly, bringing with them little Don. Retaining the frontiersman shooting skill, Don shot his mark at Navy. A product of the University of Penn, Don moved out plebe year. He lost his head and stars the next year over his OAO, and became the casual middle. Outside of exercising his trigger finger on the Rifle Team, Don liked nothing better than a good soccer game. Kind of blindish, Don looks forward to a productive career in Air Force ground. Page 341

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DONALD KAY HARRISON Redding, California A firm believer tliat " A smile is no strain and a laugh little more, so why go only half way? " " Deek " was one of that rare species which never worries and doesn ' t know the mean- ing of the word " hurry " . A Californian, Don had to choose between Hollywood and a career in the Xavy. After two years at Compton Junior College, Annapolis got the nod and Don set out to establish a line of seagoing Harrisons. Never genuinely happy unless he was performing with his hands, Dee R divided his time between some intricate construction in the model club and meetings of Navy ' s Amateur Engineers. Second Class summer sold Deek on Naval Air upon graduation. RICHARD GARY HARRISON Corpus Christi, Texas Gary was another of the numerous men hailing from the Longhorn State and claimed Corpus Christi for his home- town when leave came due. After graduating from Corpus Christi High he took in one year at Del Mar Junior College before venturing on the first leg of his Navy career. Gary ' s a little man with many talents which varied from the sports field, specifically 150 pound football and tennis, to the night life, siich as it was, playing the trumpet in the NA-IO at the hops, and being one of the big voices in the Chapel Choir. After graduation, Gary intends to make Navy Air his specialty. JEROME BASIL HAYES Salkm, Oregon Jerry claims Salem, Oregon, for his home. After graduation from high school in ' 16, he spent three years searching for something lo put his heart into. He attended Oregon State, Bullis Prep, and Willamette University. Finally . . . Navy. I ' lebc skinny was always a mystery to Jerry, but in the ctkI lie mastered it with that same determination that characterized all of his efforts. Crew held a fasciiiatioTi for him and ' most any afternoon he could be found " catching crabs " on (he Severn to the steady cry of " Stroke, stroke, stroke " . . . . Textbooks forgotten, Jerry takes his smile, his charm, and his personality up info that wild blue yonder. Page 310



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LOUIE BAUS HOPKINS Salisbury, Maryland " Hoppy " is a favorite son of Salisbury, Maryland. Being a native of the " Eastern Shore, " he could give you any information you desire on beach life . . . day and or night. Hoppy, in his four years at Navy, played plebe soccer and lacrosse, and was a leading contender for one of the lightweight boxing crowns. Lou attended Johns Hopkins University for two years before reporting for duty. Having no trouble with the academics, he had plenty of time for correspondence, but he hated to write letters. He believed that " actions speak louder thati words " . HENRY DURBIN HUKILL, JR. South Bend, Indiana Born and raised in South Bend, Indiana, Hank took suit- cases in hand immediately after graduation from High School, and joined the boys at the Severn Yacht Club. Al- thougii academics brought pain to Henry ' s usually happy face, he was able to cope with them. He had his happiest moments when lie was reducing his huge appetite. A great sports enthusiast, he helped the 13th Company in many intramural sport victories. Alhough a gambler at lieart, he was more often a good loser than a happy winner. After graduation. Hank will pursue his career as a line officer, and will undoubtedly be a success. OAKAH " L " JONES, JR. Tulsa, Oklahoma Although he came from Tulsa, " Okie " could most often be found somewhere in New Mexico. The Indians of the Southwest h( ld a great fascination for him and Okie was always ready to turn the conversation to Indians or New Mexico. Known as the answer man of sports, he liked baseball, lie could tell you almost anything about it . . . from the number of shutouts pitched in a season to Stan Musial ' s batting average for the last six years. Okie wasn ' t a star man in academics but his fellowship and personality warmed the hearts of all those around liini. Page 342

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