University of Washington Naval ROTC - Binnacle Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

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His hobbies include scuba diving, golf and camping. .5 14" ff. is 3: Q, 1 Q 4 U .v-' 1 Q 1l1f'd.A ,, Q Ll If 4i.,, ,"'! 1 u s Colonel William H. Rice, United States Marine Corps, Commanding Officer, Naval R.OTC Unit and Professor of Naval Science, University of Washington, assumed command of the Unit in August of 1972. Colonel Rice was commissioned in June of 1951 through the NROTC Program after baccalaureate studies at Duke University. He completed studies at the Naval War College in 1971 and was awarded the Master of Science Degree in International Relations by The George Washington University in that year. Colonel Rice served as an artillery officer in Korea in 1952 and 1953, and later served in various infantry and artillery billets. Returning to combat service in 1966 in South Vietnam, he was first assigned as Coordinator of Fire Support for the 3d Marine Division. Later reassigned as commander of an artillery battalion, the lst Battalion, Twelfth Marines, he completed this tour of duty in locations along the Hdemilitarized zone" and was awarded the Legion of Merit for services rendered. The colonel's previous assignment was in Okinawa, where he served as Plans Officer for the Commanding General, III Marine Amphibious Force. COIVIIVIANDING OFFICER ,Ml X 5.4317 9974 ff fl ' " in Q sr'frqmr"""" p ,,. . -335 N-an-1 - mill V i t -..-,,,,,,, ,U V y .Hu v., . - -.ww 1, nfl.. ' 54' ix ,, "f 4 '2-he 4 L 1 e I , aff H' .y nv " X wif' , lr.af"tlf,'?k rife" "',Yg' I 247, Lil V 6 . , , jpg . it if fiiai I , inf, 'fi f'.,,33f3+ K 23. ' .lla , g."l,'VI:fa' jp ,' . ,W ,V Q. ,pf 'M 'p'gP"4.':.,Sbp .. mf.--Jn, vw. - 1'-f ,',, ef,- faffgizff , be s 4 I L. fx , V. :fl 'I ifrjs'5Q,'ff '- 'f -4-if -at -M35 H"-fu ,' 1, .sf'5,, '-", 'E . . ,W I fi' , 'ef'9-Se ' ' "v ' SG3 fQf"'?-4 . 'PF 'Wgkilk K. f' 'txt ,,. E -FQ, nary 1 'QW' "-.Hua ' V fix? Q U is .aa Q, W K-iii : -1. L, . . flllrranl' ,dx Vi, i5"'ff' ,y-"aff-ig" gi ' , 1 ' ttyl: :fig JV Q h in ' I f A 5 DH TC ALL HANDS As this salutation is composed in mid-June of 1974. the level of armed conflict in the world is an all time low point in my experience. Despite the sincere hope I hold that future wars may be averted, my acquaintance with the history of man and his institutions inescapably leads me to conclude that a militarily strong United States is an essential element in a stable world. You and I continue to be needed as military professionals. The worth of the product of the NROTC program to the Naval Establishment cannot be overstated. In aggregate, the 57 units in our system turn out about 1600 officers annuallyg twice that of the next largest source. The relative merit of individuals in our program is largely resultant of the motivation each one holds to succeed and to serve. I personally certify that each individual commissioned here has the educational background and leadership assets requisite for commissioned service, plus a positive attitude toward their prospective duties. Their individual talents and potential abilities need only to be crystallized by experience in order to validate their worth. In my second year at the unit, I have repeatedly been impressed with the need and value of academic excellence in the NROTC program. Scholarship is and must remain the dominant aspect of preparing midshipmen for a commission. In this statement I do not denigrate the development of leadership skills, but seek to underscore the logical priority of effort. This BINNACLE seeks to capture the essence of our unitg the scholarship, the emphasis on naval science topics, the growth of leaders in the battalion, the social life and comaraderie we promote. I am proud to have a part in your maturation as prospective officers of the NavyfMa.rine Corps team. I'm sure it shows. ad. M ,QQ 1 K ,, 4 Q' " if -3-1 The Marine Officer Instructor is Major Jon K. Rider, USMC, from Seattle, Washington. He received his B. A. in Sociology from the University of Washington and was commissioned from the NROTC Unit in 1963. Major Rider has served at the Marine Barracks, Fort Meade, Marylandg has completed two tours as a rifle company commander in Vietnamg a tour at the Basics School as a tactics instructorg and has served with the Marine Detachment aboard the USS Ticonderoga. The Major and his wife Ellen have four childreng Katie, Amy, Megan, and Kirk. "THE" MA JUR I 3 wr, 1 , ,..... N .., , ' uni ,H N. sawn., w ..,,--he N, I , 4. ia' The VIPS arrive . , , v-ups Y.,-, X :rv - nf , f K' ,X , lhiwf, , as H 42410 ' 4 -'. lf 1. Q ' ff' K ia, an . r 53350 Af X-, N-r j J ,, fx- "'-jA I, ...J-if 'xg ,X l' -x i:A,3f""' ,, ' " AWAY HAIR! ! But, Major I thought that. . . HERFY ,JI "V: Ls- ,, x -l. Q if' WN. 'Q LT. William R. BELTZ was born on 28 October 1945 at Browley, California into a Navy family. He joined the NROTC Staff this past summer as the new Sophomore Class Instructor. He graduated in 1968 from Auburn University, he was commissioned through the NROTC program at that University and was assigned to the Naval Flight Training Command as a student. After completing helicopter training he was assigned to flying duty. He has qualified in a variety of aircraft and has had tours in several squadrons including a combat tour in Viet Nam flying an H-1 gunship as a member of Helicopter Attack Squadron Three. Lt. Beltz is a bachelor but the Staff feels the odds are against him leaving that way. The Junior Instructor, LCDR Ken Karr, comes from Hamburg, New York. He earned his commission thru-ugh the NROTC Program at the University of Louisville and obtained his BChE degree in 1963. He then attended Nuclear Power School and Submarine School. He has served on the USS Salmon qSS573J, USS Sam Rayburn QSSBNC-3355, and the USS Tinosa qSSN606y where he was the Chief Engineer. Mr. Karr and his wife Cheryl have two childreng Scott and Shannon. LT, James E. EGAN reported this past summer to fulfill the duties of Freshman Class Officer. He considers Oregon his home, having joined the Navy from that state in 1959. Lt. Egan served four years as an enlisted man on active duty. When discharged in 1963 he joined the reserves and received his commission through the Reserve Officer Candidate program after graduating from Oregon College of Education in 1967. His first assignment was to the USS HAMNER QDD-7185 as DASH Officer, he served 34 months on the HAMNER in the positions of EMO and later CIC Officer. leaving HAMNER LT. EGAN was assigned to U.S. Naval Destroyer School, Newport, Rhode Island for training. Graduating in October 1970 he was assigned as Weapons Officer on USS BAUSELL QDD-8453 and switched to Operations Officer when the ship was homeported in Yokosuka, Japan. LT. EGAN spent 32 months on BAUSELL before reporting to the University of Washington. He is married, he and his wife Adrienne have two daughters, Leslie 10 and Tracey 7. L. -... s 1 i 4 1,,.:. I .. 'Q M ""' i.-an-.-,... F . i 11-li '7 .1 .- , . Pt -a E 1 . s li ' N S 5-'-9 , , Cyl 1115 N 41: Q be 'igxn K f 5- Lt. William R. MEDFORD joined the NROTC Staff this past summer as Senior Instructor. After graduation and commissioning from the United States Naval Academy in 1969, he attended the Naval Guided Missile School in Dam Neck, Virginia. He was then assigned to the USS Parsons fDDG-335 as Gunnery Assistantflvlissile Officer. After attending the Counter Lnsurgency School at Coronado, he served as an advisor to the South Vietnamese Navy. Lt. Medford and his wife Barbara call the San Diego area home. -f faxwmwmx ff, mm X fy, H Q, ,Q 4 N2 ,Af v ! 1 K . V an f f ff J' " f W 7 f . " 1 af gf F X 1' f as 5 1 M07 , 'ii I r ' in ' ia' . f if if 3 rg 5 5 0 3 Y 5 l L 1 2 . 9 1 I1 W .rf ' 5 -PW' -- ""'L ' ci?-mv w. , ,L -.6 g -.gy G L X. ,, .k ,M -I 2 r 1 N7 . f Ax, .i' x -Yi , X ,. ..1-rbi, xx:-1 F 4 . 9 Y J ix U ,Am rv ,xx V' , . fx xv- -" S, . x n 4 g , -. , . 'Vit-.1 w fx K ., W, - .. . ,-sw fx X 4 Le, , xx , L X Q39 , ws- .. g, :qw MM ' ms x .,.- Q 5. -' . -"f3:ii.3b:' " ' ., . X. F. fi M. v x .x- ,a... f six: , S I qv W. 'Fw 'AQU- .f" ., i xqqmi i 5. ,. .am f 894' fi YNC Lowell A. Rosen has served as Yeoman aboard the USS Current, at the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, and aboard the USS Coucal. Chief Rosen and his wife, Dolores, have five childreng Donna, Donald, Darla, Dean, and Deborah. 3 E Peggy Birnel arrived at the ROTC Unit last October and according to her, loves it. She worked in the Office of University Relations before coming "--M., to the Unit. Peggy and husband Dan live on Bainbridge Island, and as Newlyweds probably enjoy it. , 5 4 i I u L i QMC Roderick S. Barnes was born in Oregon and served with the United States Marine Corps attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. Chief Barnes has served on board DE's and DLG's, with 9 I ,A in +51 iv ' K X +xX X 3 ig 4 W., CRUDESPAC, and with PHIBPAC via FMF and LVTA's. l 11 i i 1 i i I 9 1 Q 1 Miraculously keeping track of the individual administrative vagaries of hundreds of middies, Mrs. Elizabeth Ward of our civilian secretarial staff. Mrs. Ward previously worked as Secretary to the Planing Officer at Naval Electronics Engineering Activity, Seattle. f-if - ' ' A N' 5 'pf' W3 I ,I ,Lf Q7 I NV YNI Floyd Lewis Roe is originally from Vancouver, Washington. He and his wife, Jan, enjoy fishing in their free hours. Roe has served on board an AKA and a DD. .r l:,fi,f.A Chief Burtner is newly arrived at the Unit from recruiting duty at Bellevue. I-Ie and his wife, Pauline, f have a son and two daughters. I J W 4, -R ..f- N V l n .H r'r"'t' 'lx 1 K 335' fn. X x A E 'ffw' -'te r . .fff H ? sfif 'y -pr .1 -A l use In ,. ,svn A W ,, vwsvv ' v' V f i , We -ef .. 4' BET TE!! x, .1 P fs 12 Chief Storekeeper Boyer enlisted in 1947. He has served on board destroyers, auxiliaries, amphibs a Republic of Korea gunboat. He and his wife Catherine have three sons. is In , AMOI, Gunnery Sergeant Harvey, is from Pascoag, Rhode Island. He enlisted in June 1956 to serve in a variety of assignments around the world, including Drill Instructor duty at Parris Island and two tours in Vietnam. He and his wife, Judy, have three sons Clifford, Douglas, a.nd John. ...W a.nd it ,oi FTGC Walter G. Mc Laughlin has served on the USS Dyess and the USS Galveston. The Chief and his wife, Sandra, have three children, Terie, Sean, and Shannon 5 13 SENIGRS AJ panty of Easbmm ,we- ,,wf-" -2 wr' ,.,...-K if .nl ,, L. ..M.. . 3 3 I 4-1 4.......f1"'fn ,,..f I ,rn 'Y' Y ww if ANDERSON, Mark J. BARNES, Ja.mes L. BERGER, Douglas H 81 S Company pass in review. CARROLL, Kevin J. 0 . ' .J V A J s . We 9 Q1-... DIPPOLD, Bradley S. GALLAGHER, James M It .,,,,? i 2 ' . ' i ,fi f,,, i qwf 5 ig fp 5 V . ,,.-J F 5 5 GRAY, Douglas M. HADDEN, David G. HAMMER, Bruce R- Jim wr OF 7 N I fof XQXX Q7 ' if xx A X Q X ' 343 s X . 1 ' A f W Y ' m fg ff M 9 f afm , ha ' F1 x "mm ,c i Xt 1 'lx 1 9 x ff ' of 1 Q. XQ Wlmw -ff ! N QXEQA 61 ! Vx VERSWW .- xx 3 HAYDEN, E1'I1eSt N. HUENEFELD, JaII1eS C. HUGHEY, William D 5 W- S -3 f 'ir xxx: 1 16 JOHNSON, Douglas A. JONES, Theodore B. , Jr. LOUNSBERY, Henry K. I 4 MEINHARDT, John L. MENDLIN, Jeffrey T. MITCHELL, Gary C. 1 ! 1 ' 5 4 L A g 2 DB f 15 ,, 3 , Q, t , L 1 if .4 EQQ Q 1 2 3 S 3 .MAMA r I new-VL W mmm up-env,-WV, 4 , 3 f Q me i 5 , e k S fis S R 3 5 s 3 1 A 1 X 1 5 I ., 1 3 3 g 9 X D - 2 5 L.. .f 2 2 9 , f 5 ""'-f, - ,SY 1' . . E 'NW' 1 R K K D 133 i W , -T .- l Q .1 5 4,5 ,f S , , Q IA: i f " yi Q 3 D 3 f 2 X, -Q Zi D f 4 as .D ' . , f, Q V+ H K L Q:--fr e 1- ' V2 . S 1 ",. - h R e Y ,:' vL'- .f L 1 I ff ,N D- J : . w , f , - A - if 4 2 A , . i X I fl Vx xx :P ' ' 5 Q A EZ X 35 S x , W2 'S 5 .1 ,.., g ,, -4, lg PISTORESI, David c. REDS, David K. RHODES, "H" D62-H , ' ff I VJ i 1 h , , Q 'z 6, Tell him the truth, Dan. ROSMOND, James R. SANDERSON, Richard H. STANHOPE, David M w ' -'-' 1 g W 1 1 N Q 4: . 18 THOMAS J Paul WATSON Charles S Q I 3 ix if U K 'Fx , Q XX 9 ' 9 ' , Sf' ii, .f-vw? X S L I Q7 -rr 5- WV ' ss dl H L Jw L x 1 ' ' A' "- ' 'Eff 21'-If -Q .' . A .w i f S in V I? -. fi b, .? , f' S 'iff NX!! xy! - - - S- ea , 4 ' -. 1 z -. 5 l V 4 X '-Q, N if g.,-'ri -1 . ' ,gl x , afSQwf 212,41 J X-ggef f. N X5 Qxxwwig Mfg, 'L ' E ef 1 ' ! i 2 ' lf, ,Nj :P iz I ' Y X 7 1 k 5 I 2 ' - .--,., , ly ,xglvf Q 29- 'I ' - 1 X., N Q V1 5 I ' K K tn H12 QQ ! M! 1 XX I GRAY ,f 'gs ' XLR .f 1 X li if g - If , ,,f.,3,::,. H ix ,L if i' -2 A klxfhql ' ,Q 4 Q - X NE Yyf l....5.,f-H- 'A fi' V " 19 CASAD, Daniel D. CUNNINGHAM, Scott E. FREED, Walter H. D -D ,. 3 T ai. GRIMSHAW, James T. HERD, Patrick H. JOHNSON, William D PEASE, Mark R. POTOCKI, Mark L. WADE, Joel M. i - 4 , . M... W. . "r1?- -f' il' ' 1' X41 iff' f A 4 ..,g- .- ,n . ' W' 41 Hi vu.,-.is ' W HQ!! - fv a " K- uw , V4 .. P ' I0 5 A ci wwf-rx QQUQQ ar' .4 4 . . x .,-. X E, I - 'L X S fx SA X 1 NE S,- NHX5. 1 0 'Ei fu 1 A Q f-L., "-Q., 5 gd,u L4 w kj Y 'S ' V X , H Q .v ,.. Wm MK' X kxflxas gk Mix JUNIGRS 'Mx The Wardroom's new look. BAUER, Geoffrey L. CAMPBELL, Craig M. CARD, William A. COURTNEY, John D. EASTERLY, Arnoldo R. FAIR, Christopher K. FRODESEN, Fred o. GALE, Michael D. GARRABRANTS, William M. GEHL, Barry G. Run that by again, Chief! any HAMMERQUIST , Kenneth G. HARDY, Eugene P. JONES, Patrick W. KREITMAN, Gayle KRILL, Rockne E. LANGNESS, Olaf P. s- PROUT, Steven L. RAINS, Kenneth C. REILLY, Robert D. , Jr. ROBERTS, David N. ROBINSON, Bradley A. ROHDA, Charles M. III THOMAS, David L. TURNER, Loren D. WARREN, Jay Kirk WEHXISTEIN, Frank D. WIGHT, Terry E. WILLIS, Christopher E. MCGRATH, Thomas W. MILLER, Melvin R. MOODY, Keith W. NAGLE, Samuel M. NIELSEN, Eric P. PETERSON, Gary A. SISK, Charles E. , Jr. SMITH, Peter G. SOTO, Ralph M. STRINGER, Gary L. STURGEON, Clyde N. TALCOTT, Michael A !: 70' , J, Fu .Liu .-'f fv-u in ,- N BERG, Blanche I. COVIC, Craig A. CRAIG, Ralph D. DAVIDSON, Thomas DIXON, Jeffrey E. EBERLY, Robert J. SGPHOIVIDRES OAMBLE, William V. OLBBS, Neil F. GOEHRING, Mark E. HAMILTON, Dennis w. HAMILTON, Larry K. MOON, Daniel L. O in Xxx i Leex ra Qi 1 , 1, 'f9,'r Lt. Medford busily charming the ladies , , W ,'Q, MORTON, Robert E. PARKER, Gary C. PETERSON, Michael R. RECCOPPA, Lawrence ROEMMICH, Gary L. SOLVIE, Michael A. i That button is for .... WALKER, Lawrence G WASHINGTON, Henry WATTS, Andrew C. WEYRICK, Richard YARMOUTH, Gerald L THOMSON, Earl "J" E l FISCHER-BENZON, Thomas FRANK, Richard C. GLADSTONE, Igor M. , Jr. GORDON, Lynwood J. GRINNELL, Roy E. HAWKINS, Robert W. AYERS, K.C. BANGHART, Denise M. BELL, Gregory R. BINNS, Jonathan B. BRENNEMAN, Patrick N. FRESHIVIEN CARPENTER, Mark E. CLINGAN, Bruce W. CLINKO, Stephen E., Jr. CURTIS, William B. DOERR, Keith L. DUNN, James D. f HENDRIX, Jeffrey H. JONES, Jennifer L. JUNGHANS, Thoeodre B. LEONARD, Craig J. MADDEN, James H. MAKFINSKY, Stephen J. Ido, Ido, Ido! They did!! SPRING, George E. STILLINGS, John S. SUPULLA, Bruce P. THOMPSON, Dwight A. WIGGINS, Paul A. WILLIAMS, Gary E. F Ag' MAY, Thomas G. MUSTAIN, Roger S. NIGHTINGALE, William OZUBA, Paul E. PATTERSON, Harold M. AA 27 Theory, then practice FRESHMAN Feet at a 450 angle, Mister-er, Miss! ?! TRAIN NG 28 and practice X! Ig ,-r' ,. ...f, ..,rx,f,4ga.vf The Colonel lets the new Freshmen know what they are in for New Frosh take oath , ,,-.....1.-1-I 3 K 3 29 Jim Barnes explains Compass and Chart, the Unit's social organization, to the Corvottes. 0llR CGRUETTES The Corvette's getting acquainted Tea A The Corvette XO .,9 The Corvette Captain' Ellen Ohhhh, Mike! Tell us more! w ' 1 Corvettes , in action X Q rxxfzg' Nv.": and inaction 1--1.-...,,., ii ,ta Love those bean bags! ! nz, Z ,.--if The perfect ladies 'W , you're Sherry, and she's Terry More punch ? vi fi 1 f I fi 3 if 4 Hurry up, Roy! Sniff! Sniif! A skunk skin cap ? BHRN DHNCE 33 fir Y 'W 'W Z? f' "" 1 ' 1 1974 Tf1g5f1LI0 , S K xx. . A N QW A N ,J 4 .WI K 1 xx - tx L. wks -3 R in nw 'ul X Cf. ' 1 VPQ 5 Q Q ,E Fai Y 5 I J V-J. P, nl .XA yr '1 " 1-.xr ' 1 ,P Xxx 5 S 1 x J fx -N .., . E st CHRIS TMA S PARTY Mark, the extra stuffing wasn't necessary for Santa. And what did Santa bring you, little girl ? Chew , Kim, chew ! in 1 ,, 1. - 1 1 , ik If E I 1 1 'a 1 1 I Q E. I In FIELD DAY I I I ,.',v-'r-1'-.e......,.,Ng,,,:i1- X 5 ' Tadatada 1 IH111! IWJI1! IWJSI1? u 1 g N 1 I , 3 I 4 i g i, I z I 36 CRUNCH ' , I ' x I, I wh fx SVN ,L KILL! KILL.... ...maim? I got 509, how much did you get? W Yum-yum, more , more ! And the band played on at Ft. Lawton F4 LZ IXVFUHMZZIL A dim, secluded table in the back and. . . Chit-chat, chit-chat -Q, Scott and Patti entertain. Elaine and the other Corvettes receive their roses Shall We dance ? fill sg- h l'N"'ih K ,,.-fa 0 , ,Y JXP' 'Q' R"'xw "hi J I I- I A 41 K A , ' J ' . Uwadf' , It X NNY.-v -P'x ',,,.f- 23" X ' ' 2-.t:2il,- Xa. XLR xwhtiy' Aj 5 x 5 A Ks ' 1 X ..., .N -f-. f . fhk XX 'Wt -wi Anchors Now for the taste test Oh, is that what swords are for '? QAPI li.. whflhn-...,,, hp-14 117 away ! Fw-up ,fr f" '1 ,fix-fi 'V rw K 4 I nQ3.9'jJ -Q-Q -' L rf -1.4" - Wk , W r 7 4 - 1' ',.. fi 'XX -N 1- L. Cxgcixvafri' , A-'S V 9 ,Os Bot you can't eat just one! ,f ' ,. f' , X ways' 1 NS ' ,k.. K... W 4 The youngest Marine gets his ' . f ' iff , ff if M 1 at tt f 2-. If Jr I ,Y-K WM,f-!f V W ,tx ,tw V : Sgt. .Ann cuts up. . . . .the cake. MARINE CURPS BIRTHDAY twiiffs 7? f- -! 4 5 t ,,,, N ,,,f0ss,,f,st , 2 gi ' f ' ,f'1, W , Y 1 I W L! Check that chest! ! ! 4 Q1 The C omm and ant spe aks and even Gunnys listen The fickle-finger of fate W, V. INSPECTIDNS The once over lightly AND IVIORE INSPECTIGNS n 4 Yes, NIZ1'ZlIT1! Ka-boong! ?x , X K X f f ,rw X Z,-A I v x x if 'X mm.. .QI , , M ,. Mfg, M 1 1 f NN X M, Q X Q. fff, V M7249 W f WW A X 4 - ,.g,3w,5iw 4 Q, , A .Q gvvxlfpv 'kkkk i QM ef , 7, if W xffj Z 0 "if ,,, W ,,,- 9 V. u - b f vw , . 4 px xx NWWWVWW f' 9 ' w J , QW 'ff is S Z R S fvb- X ,M4 ,X Q I 'ff . x Q N35 W 1 I, , 4 Q, , N. KN W 1 , Eng, Q , qv , X Q s SX Milf! ,... , DRILL TEAM N...-... 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EN 'l 5,33 Stepping out with your best girl 3,5 Q ga nba h""'f-2, rx Y ' W' Terry is crowned the 1974-75 Battalion Queen. Smnc Svniors discuss future plans Thank you , Sir. A at ' 2 '1 ,E ,Emi y e ? Jkt, 1974 SECNAV PISTOL WINNERS The all Marine team, was advised by Gunny Harvey with Midn lfc Jim Grimshaw as team Captain. 7? 'X YY llll 'u I-' ,Y I S 1 4 A . JL is -.R V -1 V ' Qg 9 ' , K- Al- f f .ku .W .-'Nfxifffif f A-A Sifting lead and sorting brass was a true team funetieu. RIFLE Er PISTOL TEAMS 1 l 'fx V X, Qi Jul -1 'Xl-J ,, E P, wi I The Colonel presents medals A :VQ.rb il If bv- if f. 7 wyw W 1 1 Z ,, 2 4 , 4 4 ii . ,, , 0 f 3, Q f, ? 1, A a , w X: MW! ff f -A hmm-QQ NA NWN R ww... -NQfAw,N f mmm 'K Nw fx. --.. "" 4 I XWW ' 1. . . K4 . . .L S. Q N Q -Wm N mlm-:MAY 3 1 1' gl 5 . , W fs .. a S5 ' . r ,Q oi .1"' iii XS A315 N9 Ki Q ' lW:115 i5i1:sx A M ,, , ,gsimi X 'S .. . . Q ,J 1 X Km s -S Y yiwl Y' .. w . 5 . -.f,5f-vw rx" ,xf 2'--Q Asgckgi-es Mui , - g fm Q, ? 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