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generally use it for resting and relaxing, more than for fixing up our uniforms.
In essence, Rope Yarn Sunday and Holiday routine come as a reward for doing
our work well.
Why, then, title a book Rope Yam Sunday? Simply because "We Try Harder."
The reason for doing so is not that we are number two, but rather, because
we do our job better, we are number one. You know the old saying, "If you
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The USS FINCH QDER-3285 is a 1740 ton Radar Picket Destroyer
Escortg' Her length is 306 feet and her beam measures 56 feet. At
present she carries 145 enlisted men and twelve officers. FINCH iS
a unit of Escort Squadron Seven and is currently homeported in Guam,
During her service, FINCH has operated in the Atlantic and Pacififl
Oceans during World War Two. In the Korean Conflict FINCH waS
a Coast Guard Ocean Station Vessel in the Pacific. Between December
1956 and May 1960 she was a unit of the Western Continental Air
Defense System. Since june 1965 FINCH has served with the Seventh
Fleet in the Western Pacific.
C MMANDING OFFICER
Lieutenant Stephen W. Barber was born in New York City
on February 24, 1937. After graduating from St. Mark's
School, he attended Princeton University, earning his A.B.
degree. While at Princeton, LT Barber was in the Regular
NROTC Program, from which he received his commission.
His first duty was CIC Officer, USS NOBLE QAPA-218D
from june 1960 to june 1962. He then served as Opera-
tions Officer of the USS DEHAVEN QDD-7275. After a
year of school at the American Institute for Foreign Trade,
he received his B. F. T. degree. In june 1965 he served
on the staff of Commander Mine Flotilla One in Sasebo,
Japan. During this tour he met Miss Maryann Comisky,
whom he married in February 1967. In May 1966, LT
Barber began training to be Officer in Charge, Mobile
Inshore Undersea Warfare Surveillance Unit Twenty-Two.
He and his unit subsequently deployed to Nha Trang,
RVN. For his work in Viet Nam, he received the Navy
Commendation Medal. He reported aboard FINCH in july
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Commander Myron A. Skubinna was born in
New Salem, North Dakota on August 15,
1931. Upon graduation from Whitman Col-
lege in Walla Walla, Washington in 1955,
he entered U. S. Naval Officer School and
received his commission in November of the
same year. He then served in maintenance and
personnel billets at the Bremerton Group,
Pacific Reserve Fleet until july 1955. From
then until November 1956 he served on the
staff of Commander, U. S. Taiwan Defense
Command. Next he was Communications Of-
ficer on the USS KEARSARGE QCVA-337.
CDR Skubinna then became Operations Of-
ficer of USS GUNSTON HALL QLSD-5,
and subsequently of USS THEODORE E.
CHANDLER QDD-7175. After this duty he
was assigned as Current Operations Officer
at Fleet Operations Control Center, Pacific.
In April 1965 he assumed the duties of Execu-
tive Officer, USS EVERETT F. LARSEN
CDD-8301 On july 7, 1966 he became the
Commanding Officer of the FINCH.
CDR Skubinna is married to the former
Carolynn Kaye Trantow of Spokane, Wash-
ington. Mrs. Skubinna and their four children
are currently residing in Spokane.
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A TICI ET T0 RIDE
You might say it was warm-Yes, even hot-back in June and july. Besides, being in Guam
really failed to offer much. So when 8 july rolled around we were ready to go. On that
Saturday morning the weather was typically Guamanian-the oppressive heat pushed down
as the steam tried to rise from the harbor. FINCH stood out, leaving Orote Point behind
When leaving Guam, West is a good way to go, for land is closer that way than to the
east. And almost due west is Subic Bay, R. P. where we arrived on the 12th. Although
the stop lasted only a day and a half, reaching Subic was a relief to the crew after Guam,
except for those back in B-4, who were rather busy.
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While in Subic, we changed our collective mind and decided
to head for Kaohsiung instead of Market Time. After three
and a half days steaming-and the old XO's mix-up on time
A X A zones-the delicate fragrance of Kaohsiung wafted across the
water as we pulled in early on the 16th. We were to spend
the better part of a month on Taiwan Patrol in and out of
Kaohsiung. Along with its smells and sounds, the sights of
Kaohsiung are interesting, not to mention the more popular
pastimes. The amount and variety of merchant shipping is
surprising. Through that narrow gap entrance pass hundreds
of sail and motor junks of all color, description and size. The
oceangoing craft range from tramps, to old Liberty hulks, to
sleek japanese tankers. The merchandise available in the stores
and markets is astounding. Woodwork ranks as one of the
best buys. But there are many fine things on sale in Kaohsiung,
and almost everyone took advantage of our stay.
There were advantages and disadvantages to
our job. Among the latter was being anchored
a 20 minute water taxi ride from Fenwick
Pier. We were lucky, however, that we had the
SOPA ADMIN boat to ferry us. Our visit was
during the water shortage so we had to make
our own. Thanks to efficient evaporator opera-
tion we had more water than many Hong Kong
residents, although we still used it with dis-
cretion. Another advantage was preferential
treatment by many establishments because we
would be present to provide business longer
than other ships. Regular Shore Patrol per-
sonnel worked hard, but got to relax in their
rooms at the Hilton with free running showers.
In spite of the attractions of Wanchai, the
Hilton was a center for many of the PINCH.
On clear days, some took the tramway and
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As for our patrol duty, it was fairly easy. The
Straits were unusually calm, the weather clear
enough to catch a glimpse of China. Operations
personnel kept busy in their work but were not
overburdened. Engineers were free of any major
troubles. The Wardroom was engaged in host-
ing our Chinese liaison officer, LCDR Wu. All
in all, we had smooth sailing the whole way.
Still, Kaohsiung had been a little hot-you
know how that sun and water-reflected' heat
warms up gray metal-so we left for Hong
Kong August 10th.
From the 11th until September 2nd, FINCH
was SOPA ADMIN Hong Kong. It was a big
job, but everyone enjoyed it. We coordinated
all details for visits of other ships to Hong
Kong, ran Shore Patrol, controlled communica-
tions, and acted as a host ship. Operations
personnel were probably the busiest of the lot
and deserve much credit for the fine job done
by the FINCH while she was "Station Ship."
walk to Victoria Peak, right above the Hilton..
San Francisco, you're beautiful, but for hills
you'll never compare with the near vertical sides
of Hong Kong's Victoria. The comforts of
Wanchai and the Hilton, the beauty of the
bay and Peak are all important. Most of all,
Hong Kong is known for its shopping. Tailors
pull you in off the street. Even when they over-
charge you unmercifully, clothes seem to be a
steal. Hong Kong is loaded with international
wares of all descriptions, and there is probably
no other place in the world with such prices.
Hardly a PINCH sailor failed to return with-
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out some new clothing, stereo equipment, cam-
era, or other item.
As good as our stay was, we had a job to
do other places, and we began to get a little
restless by the start of September. So on the
2nd we got underway, stood out of Lai Mun
Pass, and steamed for three days to Sasebo,
japan. While in Hong Kong we had got under-
way twice for storm evasion, but this was the
first steaming we had done for almost four
weeks. It wasn't at all bad to move again.
Those off duty in Hong Kong had enjoyed
early liberty and plenty of R 8: R. Sasebo, how-
ever, was a working port.
In Sasebo FINCH moored alongside the
tender, USS KLONDIKE QAR-22D for eight
days to accomplish various jobs for maintaining
readiness. There was time, however, to have
a good ship's party. Evenings, the crew also
enjoyed the various night spots of Sasebo. For
others, there was a day tour of the surround-
ing area which proved very beautiful. With
the 14th of September came the end of our
Sasebo sojourn, and we departed for Market
Time Operations off the coast of South Viet
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formed until October 10th, is one of FINCH's
principle jobs. Basically, we inspect coastal
shipping to prevent the transportation of contra-
band items which the Viet Cong might want.
Our work went quite smoothly. Market Time
duty was graced with an Unrep fUnderway
Replenishmentj for fuel or stores every few
The weather was beautiful up until the last
week, when we began to catch the North-East
Monsoon. One of the last nights, we experienced
unusually heavy swells while escorting a dam-
aged ship. Up to that time, this was the worst
weather we had encountered. In a week's time,
however, more was in store.
Wfhen we left the Viet Nam area, we pro-
ceeded to a new port for U. S. ships, Hualien,
Taiwan. Situated on the east coast of the island,
about 2 X 3 of the way north, Hualien is a pleas-
ant, medium sized city. It sits on a four mile
wide coastal plain backed by sharply rising
mountains. Our half week visit' proved very
enjoyable. On Saturday and Sunday FINCH
held open ship for over 2500 Chinese.
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spectacular Taroko Marble Gorge. Of the Taiwan cities visited, Hualien had by far the best scenery. Its entertain-
ment facilities were good, also.
Our last day in port, weather warnings on Typhoon Clara began to go up. When we got underway the following
morning, waves were breaking over the harbor protective break water. Our destination: Kaohsiung. It was decided
that we would sail north then around the end and down the western side of Taiwan rather than sail south, the
shorter way to Kaohsiung, and Clara. The next three days will not easily be forgot. It seemed as if we never took
a roll of less than 30 degrees, while taking some more than 50 degrees. Not only was it impossible to sleep or
work, but the galley could hardly serve meals. Care to bake a pie? -Forget it! These were not the only discom-
forts. Numerous people cut heads, arms, legs, bruised and sprained various limbs, and one man managed to break
one foot then sprain the other ankle. Visualize a man on crutches climbing ladders in heavy seas .... Still, FINCH
had come through the storm well in comparison to the damage received by another unit. On the last night we helped
others by escorting two fishing boats back to the coast. Nevertheless, it was a happy crew which pulled into Kaoh-
siung on the 20th of October.
We were back in Kaohsiung for more
Taiwan Patrol. This time the weather in
port was a little cooler470 degrees in the
daytime. Underway, we had some rough
days, but nothing to compare with Clara.
Our operations naturally went very well.
This time as a Liaison Officer we had LT
Yung who became a shipboard figure with
his knowledge and quick wit. Of course we
enjoyed Kaohsiung as much as previously,
for the same varied reasons.
By November 17th, we were ready to
go back to Market Time-and we did. This
patrol period passed swiftly. One highlight
was a few hours of gunfire support we gave
in the vicinity of Qui Nhon. Another high
point was the help we furnished for 2 days
painting the British Volunteer "Save the
Children" Hospital in Qui Nhon.
Sundays, during holiday routine, the fantail became a jungle of sunbathing bodies. The rest of the time we worked
at a good pace, and when we left for a five day R 8: R visit to Hong Kong on December 10th, it was a job well done.
'Twas nice to arrive back in Hong Kong on December 12th for a pre-Christmas visit. This afforded us a chance
to do some last minute shopping, although there was scant time for mailing. Many bought presents for themselves.
Hong Kong was brisk, and blues were the uniform. Somehow the big city decorations and coolness made it seem
more like Christmas at home. Downtown, where most of the English businesses are, reminded' one of Christmas
shopping in any United States city. Since we were returning to Market Time for Christmas, many did their cele-
By the 19th we were back off Viet Nam for another week's duty. The week went rather slowly because our
operations were so calm. This was our last piece of work before heading back to Guam.
Cn the way back, FINCH stopped two days at Subic Bay. Subic was enjoyed as much as usual, with more than a
few escapades. Leaving on the 30th, we zigzagged through the islands of the Philippines and then took the straight
east shot to Guam. 1400, 3 January, we were back in Apra Harbor, Guam after almost 30,000 miles and six months.
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OFF I CERS
EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND DEPARTMENT HEADS I
Left to Right: LTJG G. E. ANGERHOFER, LT R. C. NEWTON, LT S. W. BARBER, LTJG R. P. STEWART, ENS D. L
CDR M. A. SKUBINNA, COMMANDING OFFICER
LT S. W. BARBER, EXECUTIVE OFFICER
LT R. C. NEWTON, ENGINEERING OFFICER
LTJG R. P. STEWART, WEAPONS OFFICER
LTJG G. E. ANGERHOFER, OPERATIONS OFFICER
ENS D. L. NUNLEY, SUPPLY OFFICER
LTJG R. E. CROTTY, COMMUNICATIONS
OFFICER, OC DIVISION OFFICER
LTJG M. W. BLANCHARD, MAIN PROPULSION
ASSISTANT, M DIVISION OFFICER
ENS A. LAURIE, FIRST LIEUTENANT, FIRST
ENS D. M. CHOWN II, DAMAGE CONTROL
ASSISTANT, R DIVISION OFFICER
ENS J. P. DEWING, ANTI-SUBMARINE
WARFARE OFFICER, FOX DIVISION OFFICER
ENS D. A. COOPER, COMBAT INFORMATION
CENTER OFFICER, OI DIVISION OFFICER
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Yi The Commanding Officer on the Bridge
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The Wardroom is the
center of the officers' var-
ied activities. There are
twelve members: Captain,
X. O., four department
heads, and six division of-
ficers. They all try to keep
things running smoothly in
their respective bailiwicks.
Contrary to popular be-
lief, quite a lot of work
gets done in F. O. Q. and
A. O. Q. Wardroom's work
keeps the officers pretty
busy, but they also have
time for lighter occupa-
tions, as some of these
Steak on the fantail
Sure wish I could .rtand deck watebex too.
Somebody tell him to :top puxhing me off the batch.
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Captain and Clzzbx Prefented by the Crew Now, Captain, if yon'll only take your foot off my hand, l'll explain
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Mind your helm.
In all seriousness, it was a good
deployment. Officers and crew
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times and bad days, wild ideas
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much as we did. With as fine a
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C. P. O. Quarters at Christmas, L. to R.: ENCS MEYER, ENC BREITKREUTZ, STC TAYLOR, C-MGC SMITH, RMC POWELL
The Chiefs are the people who get the jobs
done. No man can compete with the experience
in a field which a chief has. A man looks to
his chief for guidance and advice. He can also
be sure to receive orders from him. One day
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workers may think him to be a slave-driver.
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and jobs, on an even keel. It has been said
that there is nothing like being a chief. These
men have earned that title.
Next time Pm going t0 get ez big peacock.
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Standing, L to R: IC3 MICHALEK, FN SCHERR, EN DELK, EMFN ZAREMBINSKI, ENS CHOWN, EM1 JUTSON, SFP2
WHITE, IC3 MCMILLEN, FN MORRIS
Squatting: EM2 MARTIN, EM3 JENSEN, ICFN SERHIENKO, EMFN HOGUE, FN VIGNA, SF1 CROSBY, MR2 UPTON
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R Division is the fix-it force of the FINCH. Included
in those ranks are Shipfitters, Electrician's Mates, a Damage
Controlman, Interior Communications men, a Machinist's
Mate, and a Machinery Repairman. Anytime something
like a scuttlebutt won't bubble, a valve needs grinding, a
light needs fixing, the interior communications are weak,
or a bracket has to be welded, R Division gets a call. In
the event of serious damage to the ship, this division over-
sees all correction efforts. Division Officer: Ens. Chown.
I gotla Kink in my arm.
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Foe been to hack-it school.
Pd like to know how Morriy can walk in thif weather, if: howl enough jnft trying to hong on.
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Back row, L to R: EN5 ROY RICHARDSON, ENFA SMITH, EN2 WOOD, FN TAKEUCHI, EN2 WEBSTER
Center: LTIG BLANCHARD, ENFN BAGGETT, EN2 HARVEY, BT2 DELGADO, EN3 PEARCY, EN3 TESTERMAN,
ENFN SCHULTZ, FN POTTER, BT2 GUZMAN, ENCS MEYER, ENC BREITKREUTZ
Front: EN3 FINCH, EN3 FIORE, FN RUSSO, FN WILSON, EN3 CODLING, FN BRIGGS, FN KLEMENTICH
M Division makes it go. Its En-
ginemen and two Boiler Tenders
are the ship's true "Snipes," At work
I or on watch, the men spend their
time in the holes providing main
propulsion, generator propulsion,
auxiliary steam, and compressed air.
From time to time, however, they
crawl out to view the outside world.
If their trade is dirty, they still do
a pretty neat job. Division Officer:
Arm'5 mick . . . You wanna mix it, Wood?
With tlaix greafe, if!! look like I did yometbiizg. What elfe did yozir mother write, Nafh?
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keeping up with the workg but since few people ever
wander down, sometimes a snipe does a little catching
up-and not on his jobs . . .
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Standing, L to R: LTIG STEWART, GMGC SMITH, SN HARVELL, GMG3 VINEYARD, FTG3 HEILMANN, STG3
JONES, SN MACNEIL, GMG3 MATTHEWS, ST1 VERNON, STC TAYLOR, ENS DEWING
Squatting: STG3 DUFFY, STGSN DIX, TM3 GNEPPER, STGSN RABON, SN HAGERTHY, STG3 LOPER
FOX Division provides the punch of
the FINCH. Its Gunnersrnates, Sonar-
men, Fire Control Technicians, and Tor-
, pedoman maintain and operate the
Weapons systems on board the FINCH.
Division Officer: ENS DEWING.
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. . . others like to think about it.
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casionally, however, they like to engage a dif-
ferent sort of enemy.
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SN BOLDEN, SA KNOLL, SN TREACY, BM2 GOBLE, BMI THOMPSON
Squatting: SN WILHOIT, SN CHENEVERT, SN COFRIN, SA HADLE, SN GOODMAN, 'SN BROWN
First Division, the Deck Force, maintains the
ships exterior, lines, anchors, and associated
equipment It also forms a labor pool and
training ground for Seamen. Division Officer
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Back row, L to R: LTIG CROTTY, RMSN PETERSON, QM3 MCCOY, YN1 PANGELINAN, QM2 PARKER, YN1 NOLAN,
HM2 KENNEDY, RM3 MENEFEE, SN TOTH, RMC POVUET1.
Front row: YNSN TAY, PCSN JENSEN, RM3 HOBBS, RM3 HOWERTON, SN BURNS, RM3 SWAIN, SN KUZIAK, SMSN
LEEDY, RMSN VENZA
OC fOperations Communications, is the polyglot
division. It includes Radiomen, Signalmen, Quarter-
masters, a Personnelman, the Postal Clerk, the Hos-
pital Corpsman, and Yeomen. Consequently, the di-
vision is charged with the ship's communication and
administration. Division Officer: LTJG CROTTY.
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OC recalls, good times on the beach. Some departed
OCS, however, are better remembered for their perform-
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Standing, L to R: ENS COOPER, RDSN SWAIN, ETR2 GRAPE, RD2 HUSTED, Rm MCCLEAR, ETRSN SROUFE,
RDSN BERRY, RDS GANNETT
squatting: RD3 SHEHAN, ETN MEYER, SN SMITH, ETNSN STOKES
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My pal here would give you the shirt ioff his back.
Betcha didn? think Fd be awake.
OI QOperations Intelligencej Divi-
sion has as its headquarters CIC-Com-
bat Information Center. It's composed
of the Radarmen-who man the scopes
and the Electronics Technicians who
maintain the equipment. A fairly small
division, OI is one of the most tightly
knit. Because of the importance of CIC
and the scope of its operations, the
men of OI have a high degree of pro-
fessionalism. Still, in their desire for
laughter and liberty, they are all true
sailors. Division Officer: Ens Cooper.
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CIC has a watch set on the
radar scope. Those not on
watch, however, have been
known to participate in
such shipboard evolutions
as partaking steak on the
You don? mimi if I take your picture, do you?
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When an ET finally decides to go to work
he is likely to look like a telephone com-
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Back Row, L to R: SK1 BONACCI, SK2 WOOD, SH1 QUICK, SN GAGE, FA CLARK
Center: SK2 FLORES, SD3 ARIAS, TN G. CRISOLOGO, SN WILLIAMS, CS3 WAGNER, SN TOMPKINS, SN DRISCOLL
CS3 DIXON, SN ANDERSON, ENS NUNLEY
Front: TN TONGSON, SD2 VALECRUZ, CS3 ROBBINS, TN R. CRISOLOGO, SD2 FLORESCA
Supply Division, with its
Ship's Servicemen, Disbursing
Clerk, and Stewards, feeds us,
pays us, stocks the parts and
supplies we use Qmost of the
timej, does our washing, cuts
hair, and takes care of the
Wardroom. The many services
of the "Pork Chops" go a long
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ship during a long cruise pos-
sible. Supply can be a thankless
job, for when things go well
all there is is silence. But have
an unpopular meal or a stock
shortage, and the howl will be
deafening. Our boys do a great
job. Thanks. Supply Officer:
- Ens. Nunley.
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I wonder where Mr. Nntting if by now?
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Break it oat yourself
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The trouble with Commissarymen
is that they are inclined to eat too
much of their own cooking. The
pantry is too small for two to
work, so I'll let Arias whip up to-
I wish Robbins would stop trying
to charm that honey and send her
out here. Well, it's good at least
that we can always look to one of
our First Class for help . . .
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THE FI CH REPURT
Best Liberty Port: Hong Kong, Kaohsiung
Worst Liberty Port: Guam falmost unanimousj
Place you would most like to visit: Australia, Bangkok
Best Looking: EN1 Peery, SN Burns
Biggest Lover: QM3 McCoy, SN Denoyer
Worst Lover: SHSN Goetzinger, RD3 Shehan
Makes Most Excuses: SF1 Crosby, SN Smith
Most Squared Away: SN Sims, BM1 Bullock
Works Hardest: ETRSN Sroufe, ENFN Baggett
Biggest Eater: FA Nava, RD3 Gannett
Biggest Skater: SN Gage, EN3 Codling
Worst Animal: EN1 Peery, FN Briggs
Most Popular Deck Ape: SN Pashayan, SN Quail
Most Popular Snipe: SFP2 White, EN1 Peery
Most Technically Proficient in his Rate: ETN2 Meyer, ETR2 Grapp
Biggest Faker: QM3 McCoy, RM3 Menefee
Meanest: SN Treacy, SN Palmer
Most Likely to Succeed Anywhere: ETR2 Grapp, SR Quail
Ship Wise Guy: DC2 Ware, EN2 Wood
Favorite Officer fexcluding C. OJ: Ens Chown, Ens Dewing
' Favorite Chief: RMC Powell, GMGC Smith
Biggest Non-Drinker: SN MacNeil, RDI Comin
Most Religious: FN Potter, RD2 McClear
Best Rate-Grabber: EM3 Jensen, ETR2 Grapp
Biggest Whale: SHSN Goetzinger, SN Brown
Biggest Smokestacker: SN Smith, EN3 Kriser
Easiest: MM1 Imamura, RD2 Husted
Most Likely to Ship: RD2 McClear, EN3 Pearcy
Quietest: DC2 Ware, SN Sims
Ship's Exhibitionist: EN1 Peery, SN Smith
Best All Around Person: CDR Skubinna, YN 1 Nolan
Airing Our Opinions
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The Cruise Book Editors Thank All Those who Helped Make this a Crew's Book. Among the Contributors were:
SEP2 White FTG3 MaCNeil SN Tay
SN Kuziak RM3 Menefee HM2 Kennedy
STG3 Loper SN Goodman
And all the others who helped out and lent pictures.
Lizlwgraplmd by TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY Dallas, Texas P
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