Saturday, March 13, 1943^
New V-5 Instructors Assigned Here
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THIRTY-THREE OF THE 195 officers who completed their V-5 indoctrination here today have been
assigned to duties at this station.
From left to right the new instructors are:
FRONT ROW: Ens. W. F. Barry, W. Somerville, Mass.; Lt. (jg) Philip M. Snider, Huntington,
Pa.; Lieut. Harley K. Lyons, Cincinnati, 0.; Lt. (jg) John O. Roning, Minneapolis, Minn.; Ens. R. F.
Fromhart, Jacksonville, Fla.; Lt. (jg) A. G. Brown; Ens. L. B. Jensen, Westbrook, Me.; Ens. W. E.
Dole, Bluefield, W. Va.
SECOND ROW: Lt. (jg) W. B. Porterfield, Richmond, Va.; Lt. (jg) H. M. Brabham, Gaffney, S. C.;
Lt. (jg) M. D. MacLean, Quincy, Mass.; Ens. C. A. Miller, Yonkers, N. Y.; Lt. (jg) G. D. Loucks,
White Plains, N. Y.; Ens. Bob Kellogg, New Orleans, La.; Lieut. C. B. Ross, Buckhannon, W. Va.;
Lt. Cmdr. B. A. Ingwersen, Northwestern University.
THIRD ROW: Ens. C. M. Bowden, Houston, Tex.; Ens. W. V. Strasbaugh, Lancaster, Pa.; Ens.
J. B. McDaniel, Jr., New Orleans, La.; Lt. (jg) S. S. Hollobaugh, Manheim, Pa.; Lt. (jg) R. A.
O’Connell, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Lt. (jg) D. P. Rose, Mt. Pleasant, Mich.; Lt. (jg) Andrew Nardo, Chatta
nooga, Tenn.; Lt. (jg) H. D. Lindsay, Detroit, Mich.
FOURTH ROW; Lt. (jg) J. Montgomery; Lt. (jg) J. J. Romoda; Ens. E. J. Moriarity; Ens. R. W.
Vincent, Westfield, Mass.; Lt. (jg) C. M. Smith, University of Mississippi; Lt. (jg) G. C. Clark, Mem
phis, Tenn.; Lt. L. W. Clark, Watertown, Mass.; Lt. Harold Evans, Hanover, N. H.; Lt. (jg) Daniel
Testa, Vineland, N. J.
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are Lieut, (jg) Dale Burnett, for
mer New York Giant pro football
star, and Lieut, (jg) DeWitt Por
tal, boxing coach at San Jose State
College, who will take up duties at'
the U. S. Navy Pre-Flight School,
Athens, Ga.; Lieut. Dennis Myers,
former head football coach at Bos
ton College, and Ens. James Nis-
bet, Alabama’s 1935 Rose Bowl
captain, who move to the Pre-
Flight School at Iowa City, la.
Ens. Parker Hall, All-American
footballer from Mississippi who
starred with the Cleveland Rams,
goes to the Pre-Flight School at
Del Monte, Cal., while Lieut.
Comdr. John Meagher, Auburn
head football coach, reports to the
Naval Training Station (Naviga
tion), Coral Gables, Fla.
The names of the new officers
assigned to the Chapel Hill staff*
are shown in the cutlines under the'
adjoining picture. f
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replace Physics in the academic
program, it was announced last
Thursday by Lieut. Comdr. How
ard L. Hamilton, USNR, head of
the academic department. A text
on the subject has been prepared
for classroom use by the Training
Division of the Bureau of Aero
A four-week Aerology course
was recently introduced into the
program (with the 16th Battal
ion), when ENS instruction was
cut to seven weeks.
Teachers Visit Norfolk
Landlocked instructors of the
academic department are learning
first hand about the Navy’s ships
and battle craft through a series
of weekend visits to the Naval Air
and Training Station at Norfolk,
Va. A group of eight instructors
make the trip each time. The visits
are scheduled to continue until
each instructor has had this op
portunity to familiarize himself
more intimately with the Navy’s
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coach swimming; Albert J, Lesko,
platoon officer; Joseph B. McCade,
military department; Joseph B.
McCluskey, platoon officer;
Thomas W. O’Connor, assistant
coach, hand-to-hand; Robert B.
Pitkin, assistant coach, track; Rex
E. Pyles, assistant, spoi'ts pro
gram ; Richard A. Raese, head bas
ketball coach; C. A. Shollenberger,
assistant coach, wrestling; Milton
Singer, assistant drill master;
Alan H. Vrooman, instructor,
ENS; Wilho A. Winika, platoon
officer; and Alfred B. Wolff, head
The 16 ensigns who added a half
stripe to become lieutenants (jg),
George F. Brown, special de
tails, athletic department; War
ren H. Chivers, head of labor en
gineering; John J. Daly, Jr., pla
toon officer; Sam J. Donato, as
sistant coach, football; John J.
Economos, military department;
William J. Hartwell, assistant
coach, hand-to-hand; James F.
Lalanne, platoon officer;
Daniel F. McKinnon, platoon of
ficer; John W. Meehan, platoon
officer; Anthony J. Rubino, as-
'sistant, labor engineering; Fran-
i cis J. Ryan, assistant coach, track;
' Bernard S. Schiffer, platoon of-
jficer; Irving S. Tutt, assistant,
' sports program; Leslie C. White,
^assistant equipment officer; Rob
ert F. Williams, battalion officer;
and Gregory G. Zitrides, assistant
Three of the newly promoted of
ficers—Lieuts. Davis and Lesko,
and Lieut, (jg) Schiffer—were de
tached last Monday for the Naval
Air Center, Hampden Roads, Va.
CLOUDBUSTER congratulations to
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“Coaching this Cloudbusteri
nine is not like coaching a high|
school, college, or professional
club,” Kepler explained. “Most off
the cadets are already in top phy-‘
sical shape, and our job is mainly!
to teach them baseball funda-j
Of the cadets working out, eight |
won their letters playing college
baseball, and all have had pre
vious experience with either highf
school or sandlot teams.
College players include Bill
Grant, Jr. of the University of
Richmond, Allen Freudenheim of
West Chester Teachers College,
Bill Halson of Manhattan college,
Arthur Greenwood of the Univer
sity of New Hampshire, Henry
Ralicki, Jr., of St. Bonaventure,
William Higgins of V. P. I., George
Bonifant of St. John’s, and James
Murphy of Mt. St. Mary’s.
Others on the squad include Al
len Sturges, John Brosang, LeRoy
Zorn, Robert Wolff, Joe Neverdau-
sky, Britton Fernald, George
Chavous, G. G. Boyle, Claude
Bean, C. M. Anderson, John
Northington, Francis Connelly,
and Leo Brown.
Cadet managers ai’e P. E-
Cooper and Merle Stebbins, both
members of the 20th battalion.
Dusty Cooke, PhMSc, a former
major league outfielder, is the
trainer. Last year he played with
Rochester in the International