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

 - Class of 1964

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I HUGH JOSIAS RISSEEUW Hugh 10th Company Hugh is best known for his likeable person- ality and receding hairline, though to this day he swears that he was born this way. Not endeavoring to break any academic records, he could usually be found burning the mid- night oil in the company office or wardroom. His lean athletic build stood him in good stead on the golf links, the tennis courts and in a variety of company sports. Hugh ' s favor- ite weekend pastime was dragging and his dates could always look forward to an en- joyable weekend watching the Navy teams in action or sailing the Severn, when the weather permitted. His heart is set on Navy Air, and it is certain that Hugh will one day be a great Navy pilot. THEODORE KANJI SADAMOTO Ted 10th Company Ted, a graduate of Roosevelt High School in Los Angeles, came to the Academy after a year at Los Angeles City College. An all-league tackle for his high school football team, he has followed up his athletic prowess by being a strong competitor in both Squash and Soc- cer. He will always be remembered as one of the best goalies in intramural soccer. Ted ' s greatest enjoyments have been the football trips in the Fall, where he has been an avid fan and an active participant in the victory celebrations afterwards. One of his main in- terests has been dancing and he is often re- ferred to as the the swinger. In Ted, the Navy Line will receive an outstanding officer, after graduation. BALDWIN STEPHEN SCHMIDT Steve 10th Company Steve came to the Academy from Country Day High School in Cincinnati, bringing with him a sense of humor that made him one of the best liked men in the company. Never one to let school work interfere with his education, Steve could always be counted on to talk over anything or to make a fourth at the bridge table. Despite this, he never had any trouble making grades. Steve carried his athletic tal- ents to company soccer and fieldball. His weekends were spent either dragging or sleep- ing. A more likeable and friendly guy was hard to find and when the Fleet gets him, they can do no better. naming them with affection bull and skinny. WILLIAM FRANCIS SHAUGHNESSY III Bill 10th Company A New York Irishman, Bill, better known to us as the Shagger, came to the Academy from Ardsley, New York. An avid sportsman, he was willing to try almost anything, at least once. Afternoons could usually find him in the fencing loft with the Varsity and Battalion Squads or going a couple of rounds for the Battalion Boxing squads. Though he didn ' t take the Academic departmeents by storm, Bill never had any trouble with his studies. He was at his best with Spanish and was a member of the Spanish Club. The future will find Bill in the Navy Blue as he becomes a fine part of Uncle Sam ' s modern Navy.

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w • We study the humanities and science WILLIAM WALTER FRANKLIN PEAKE Bill 10th Company Bill came to USNA via the Submarine Fleet and NAPS. He is a native of San Jose but has always had a desire to travel and has been to Europe several times. For the 10th, Bill played both squash and cross country but most of the time he could be found with his main interest, music. He often spent his study time working on a piece of hi-fi gear or re- cording some new music with which to vi- brate the Seventh wing. During the summer, Bill went to Jump School with a group of airborne Mids, but barring a sudden change in interests, he will probably return to the sub-surface sailors, after graduation. DENNIS EDWARD RAY Denny 10th Company When Denny came to the Academy, it amounted to moving about ten miles south on the Chesapeake Bay, as his home was in Riviera Beach, Maryland. Although not the type to make the headlines, Denny can be remembered for his defensive abilities on the Varsity Soccer team as well as his directing of the Company Basketball team on offense and defense. His biggest ambition for his first three years was to have the legal right to ride in an automobile. At present, his thoughts of the future are centered about a certain young lady from Baltimore and a possible future career in the Supply Corps. STEPHEN DUDLEY RICHARDS Steve 10th Company In the summer of 1960, Steve bid the plains of Kansas a fond farewell and headed for USNA. With his tremendous personality and clown- ing ability, he was always available to put on a little show to keep everyone ' s spirits up. After standing first in his high school class, he figured USNA would be no sweat, but the Math department saw it differently and Steve had a few rough days. Squash was Steve ' s favorite athletic endeavor although he seemed to be equally at home on the volleyball court or a Softball diamond. Steve ' s desire to suc- ceed should make his career as a Navy flyer, a long and distinguished one.

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JAMES LUTHER SPENCER III Jim 10th Company A Navy junior, Jim calls Mississippi his home. An ardent rebel, he is quick to defend the South against attack, at any time. He came to the Academy from Quantico Post High where he lettered in basketball and tennis. A standout on the battalion tennis team, Jim was always willing to participate in any sport, though the racquet sports seemed to be his forte. A member of the Reef Points staff, Jim was a willing worker on any project assigned to him. Jim ' s sole ambition has been to fly the Navy ' s multi-engine planes so that Pensa- cola and Navy Air are his post graduation plans. BARTON DALE STRONG Bart 10th Company Hailing from one of America ' s hunting para- dises, Twin Falls, Bart quite naturally brought to the Academy, an inbred love for hunting and rifles. He turned down numerous schol- arships by going to USNA. His competitive spirit was a main factor in the 10th Com- pany ' s drive for Brigade honors in both foot- ball and basketball. In his spare time, he played a little tennis and won a case of beer for the effort. Upon his graduation, the Navy will receive a self confident and positive man to help accomplish the Navy ' s difficult mis- sion of the future. BRUCE ARTHUR THOMAN Bat 10th Company Bat came to the Academy directly from a high school in the Everglades of Florida. Al- though surrounded by water at home, he was constantly matching wits with the P.T. De- partment in swimming. His athletic ability should not be measured by this, because Bat could match anyone on the 150 lb. foot- ball team. Varsity track also found him as its manager. His pleasing personality and bright smile came through when those around him needed them most. Navy Air will certainly benefit by having such a member in its ranks. We are absorbed, fascinated, bored, challenged CHARLES JOSEPH TOMASHEK Chuck 10th Company Chuck came to Annapolis immediately after graduation from St. Norbert ' s High School in DePere, Wisconsin. His excellent record in high school carried over to the Academy. He seems to have a permanent spot on the Super- intendent ' s List and he has led the Company in academics since plebe year. His talents are not limited to the classroom, since he added to the strength of our lightweight football team and turned to the sea and the YP Squad- the Spring. His warm manner and his abilities will make him welcome wherever he may go and will insure his success in the

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