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

 - Class of 1982

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27 Keith started out his stay at USNA with a tough Plebe year suffering under G.Z. and Stroke for squad leaders. A slight damper was put on his free n ' easy nature Youngster year at the Illinois game where he was reprimanded for indulgence, an encore performance from the previous year ' s tropical pink long incident. A few weekends and one Black " N " later, he was back to his old self, with the only side effect being a slightly lower company rank (32 places lower). He was master of the Army week prank, the best of which include filling a room with newspaper, " borrowing " the Plebe ' s shower handles and a couple still to be announced. Second Class year Keith traded his New Jersey residence for one in Rockville {Nearer My God to Thee) As one of the leaders in spirit in the Brigade (Pep Band President), Keiths absence will be felt by all who have been to a pep rally or a foot- ball game Good luck in whatever you do. Rockville, MD " The Derelict " KEITH DOUGLAS AYRES Joe hails from Tucson where he left aspirations of becoming head doorman at the Eldorado Theatre. He started out his Naval career on the right foot by occa- sionally borrowing G.Z. ' s Blazer and cruising through his first year. No one saw much of John during Third and Second Class year because his wife moved up from Arizona During this time he took up jogging and ran dur- ing all hours of the day, and night. Joe was reinstated as one of the boys during First Class summer, when his marriage fizzled. His most used expres- sion was, " 1 wish I never left Tucson. " John was a gentle per- son, which was evident from the sports he participated in, such as Judo and antenna whipping He was also well liked by the entire company. One of his favorite pastimes was running the O- Course backwards in a flack jacket. John ' s major was Naval Ar- chitecture and since he enjoyed designing ships so much, he planned on joining the Marine Corps after graduation, which should be sometime in 1982. Tucson, AZ " Joe " JOHN ADAM WARD BELL CHRISTOPHER J. WHALLEY Brewster, NY " Chris " Chris came to USNA after a year of intensive preparation at Notre Dame, where he did some heavy undergraduate work in aberrant behavior. Needless to say, he was slightly overjoved by cap ' n jack ' s decision to let 82 im- bibe. As his roommate Plebe year, I ne ver saw him awake dur- ing study hour (REM crucial to study?) or present on weekends (sailing " movement orders " ?). His narcolepsy continued through many a wardroom TV session and class. When Chris isn ' t sleeping, he ' s talking His mouth has proved quite useful in dealing with the ladies (once he slipped the fetters of engage- ment). Now a retired sailor, Chris has stepped up work on both his major and minor (English and decadence). Escap- ing all ties but visa bills, Whalley is on the road with his sin bin (compact style!!) while rumors of Nuke power fly, he figures he ' ll stay surface line. (He don ' t like it where the sun don ' t shine!) His most valuable assets: friends His most valuable lesson: " It just doesn ' t matter! " When one can get a straight answer out of him, ne places all credit for what he is today on two people We ' ll remember this, Mr and Mrs Whalley, no matter how long it takes " Thanks for all of it. Mom and Dad. " — Now that we ' re done, who ' s up for a bagel? HENRY CLAYTON WYKOFF Belleville, IL " Hank " Hank " " Rolling Stones " Wykoff came east from Illinois to see if there really were such things as mountains and oceans. Hank remained sane Plebe sum- mer by catching rock and roll from Firstie rooms. Plebe year was much of the same, but with a few roadtrips and Saturdays at the " under the bridge " bar Te- quila, a Commander, and U A occupied most of Hanks time 3/c year. Upon reentering life again, (as we know it). Hank found untold treasures among the east coast ' s co-ed dorms Jugs must have been something special, hi Dad! Second class year Henry decided to get serious (about something other than fun) and became a stellar profes- sional and academic performer (even though he had a middle part) Second class year was not without its roadtrips, however, the highlight being a week long part in Ft Lauderdale. As a Firstie, a 280-Z and Renee held most of Hank ' s attention. Although he did manage to have some outrageous times with both (ice blue jeans and a jar of vaseline) Mach speed and many migs to Hank, good luck from C.S.,S.B.,J.S. Class of ' 82 375

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