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ANNAPOUS, MD. 



SIXTIETH ACAni.MIC YIIAR. 



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ANNUAL REGISTER 



iNiTED States Naval AcadeiVD 



ANNAPOUS. MD. 



SIXTIETH ACADEMIC YEAR. 



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WASHINGTON : 

GOVEKNMEKT pKINTINd OFFFCE. 
1904. 



CONTENTS. 

Page. 

HisrroBiCAL Sketch 5 

SUPERDJTKNDENTS 9 

Board OF Visitors 11 

Academic Calendar. 13 

Calendar, 1904^1905... '. .* 18 

OrncERS OF THE United States Naval Academy - 15 

Academic Board _ 21 

Cadet Officers _ 22 

Practice Cruise. Summer of 1904 24 

Classes AT THE Beginning of the Year 1904-1905 87 

Numerical Summary 69 

Midshipmen, with Relative Standing in Classes, June, 1904 71 

Appointments AND Resignations _ 105 

Merit Rolls 109 

Regulations for Admission of Candidates - 141 

Course of Instruction _ _ 158 

ASSIGNMEN-T OF TlME... .__ - 150 

PK'XJRamme of Recitations 157 

Table of Coefficients - -- 158 

CouBSE of Practical Instruction 159 

Programme OF Practical Instruction 161 

SnwARY of Practical Instruction 175 

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THE UNITED STATES NATAL ACADEMY. 






The UnitM Sta.t«.s Naval Academy was foundsd in 1S15 by the Hon. George 
Bancroft. Secretary of the Navy, in the Aiiniiniatration of f^^eident James K. 
Polk. It was formally opened October 10 of that year onder the name of the 
KbtaI School, with Conunandpr Franklin Buchanan as superintendent. Il was 
placed at Annapolis. Md. , on the land occnpied by Fort Severn, which was given 
up by the War Department for the purpose. The course was fixed at five years, 
of which only the first year and the last were spent at the school, tlie intervening 
Qiree y«ars being passed at aea. This orrangemeut was not strictly adhered to, 
Q» exigencies of the service makin); it necessary, in many coseH, to shorten the 
period of stndy. In January, 1846, four months after the opening of the school, 
tteetndenta ooneisted of thirty-six midshipmen of the date of 1940, who were 
peparing for the examination for promotion : thirteen of the date of 1841, who 
V to remain until drafted for service at sea ; and seven acting midshipmen. 
■ppatnto) after September of tbe previous year. The midshipmen of the date 
of IMO were the first to be graduated, finishing their limited course in July, 1848, 
id tiiey were followed in order by the subsequent dates until the reorganization 
ef the school in 1850. 

A) September, 1848, tlie following board was appointed to revise the plan 
tter^olatioiis of the Naval School; 

Commander William B. Shnbrick, 

Commander Franklin Buchanan, 

Commander Samuel F. Du Pont, 

Commander George P. Upslmr, 

Surgeon W. S. W. Rnschenberger. 

Professor William Chanvenet, 

Captain Henry Brewerton, United States Army. 
The plan reported by the board was approved, and went into operation July 1, 
The new organiKation provideil for a course of seven years, the first two 
ind the last tvro at the school, and the three intermediate years at sea. The 
Khoo! was placed under the supervision of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrog- 
nphy, and its name was changed to the United States Naval Academy. The 
cUps uf professors was enlarged, the course was extended, and the system of 
rate departments with executive heads was fully adopted. It was provided 
But a Board of Victors should make an annual inspection of the Academy and 
nport upon its condition to the Secretary of the Navy. A suitable vessel was 
■Uached to the Academy as a practice ship, and the annual practice cruises were 

After the system bad been in operation a year new changes were proposed, and 
■Sierecojaoiendationsof the academic board on the subject were referred to the 
burdof exaniiners for the year 1851, composed of the following-named officers: 
Commodore David Conner, i 

Captain Samnel L. Brecse, ^H 

Commander C. K, Stribling. ^M 

Commander A. Bigelow, ^f 

Commander Franklin Buchanan, 
Lieutenant Thomas T. Craven. 
The clkang« recommended by the board %f examiners, and adopted by the 
topartment, consisted mainly in leaving out the requirement of three years of 
• service in the middle of the course, thna making the four years of study 
tmsecutive. The practice cruise supplied the place of the omitted sea service, 
^ ive better opportunities for training. The change went into operation 
B NoTember, 1851, together with other improvements recommended by tbt 



6 HISTORICAL SKETCH. 

board. Tliis systeui has Ihhjii con tinned, with some slight modifications, to the 
present tiiiio. The first dass to receive the benefit of it was that which enU'red 
in 1^5 1 . J?ix menilxjrs of this class completed the conrso in three years and were 
gradiiatt?d in June, 1854 ; the rest of the class followed in 1855. 

In ]May, 1S61, on the outbreak of the war, the Academy was moved to New- 
lK)rt, R. I. The throe upi)er classes were detached and ordered to sea, and the 
remain iiiu: actinj? midshipmen were quartered in the Atlantic House and on 
lx>ard thi^ frigates (Umsfitufion and SaJitee. In the summer of 1865 the Acad- 
oniy was brought back to Annapolis, where it has since remained. 

Whon the Bureau of Navigati<m was established, July 5, 1862, the Academy 
was ])hu'(Hl undor its suri'orvision ; March 1, 1867. it was placed under the direct 
caro and suiK»rvisi<^n of the Xavy Department, the administrative routine and 
financial management Inking still conducted through the Bureau. On the 11th 
of ^lanh, 1S()9, this official connection 'with the Bureau ceased, but was renewed 
by the gonoral order of the Navy Department issued June 25, 1889. 

Tho t<'nn i>f the acadomio course* was changed bylaw, March 3, 1873, from four 
to six years. Tho cliango took effect with the chiss that entered in the follow- 
ing suinmor. 

In ls()(> a class of acting third assistant engineers was ordered to the Academy 
for instruction. Tho coui*se embraced tho subjects of st€am engineering, mech- 
anism, clioiuistry, mechanics, and pnu'tical exercises -with the steam engine and 
in tho niaohino sliop. This class was prraduated in June, 1868, together with two 
cadot onginoors who had ontorod tho Academy in 1867. Af t^r an interval of four 
years, in October, 1S7 1, a new class of cadet engineers was admitted. This clasB 
followed a two years' course, somewhat more extended than that of the class ol 
18CS, and was graduated in LSTo. In 187-3 and 1S73 new classes were admitted, 
the first of which left tho Academy in 1874 and the second in 1875. By an act 
of Congress ai)i>roved February 24, 1874, the course of mstruction for cadet engi- 
neers was made four years instead of two; the new i^rovision was first applied 
to tho class entering the Academy in the year 1874. This class was graduated 
in June. 1S7S. 

By an act of Congress ai»i)roved August 5. 1882, it was provided that from that 
date ** there shall Ih> no appointments of cadet-midshipmen or cadet-engineers at 
the Naval Academy, but in lieu thereof naval cadets shall be appointed from 
each Congressional district and at largo, as now i)rovided by law for cadet-mid- 
shii)men. and all tlio un<l(Tgraduates at tho Naval Academy shall hereafter be 
designated and called * naval cadets : ' and from those who successfully complete 
the six years' course, appointments shall hereafter bo made as it is necessary to 
fill vacancies in the lower grades of the Lino and Engineer Corps of the Navy 
and of the Marine Corps: .1//^/ j)n>r/(^r/ ///W/zcr, That no greater number of 
appointnu'uts into these gradi's sluill be made each year than shall e^iual the 
number (^f vacancies which has occurred in tho same grades during the preced- 
ing yi^ar; such ap]>ointments to be made from tho graduates of the year, at tho 
conclusion of their six years' course, in tlu^ order of merit, as determined by 
the academic lioard of the Naval Academy ; the assignment to the various corps 
to })«» made by the Secretary of the Navy u])on tho recommendation of the aca- 
demic 1 )oard. But nothing liei*ein contained shall reduce tho number of api)oint- 
nients from such graduates below ten in each yi'ar, nor deprive of such appoint- 
mr'ul any graduate who may complete the six years* course during the year 
eighteen hundred and eighty-two. And if there be a suri)lus of graduates, those 
who do not receive such ai)pointment shall bo given a certificate of graduaticm, 
an honorable discharge, and one year's sea pay, as now provided by law for 
cadet-midshii»men : and so much of section fifteen hundred and twenty-imo of 
the Revised Statutes as is inconsistent hon»with is hereby repealed." 

"That any cadot whose ])osition in his class entitles him to be retained in the 
sor\'ice may, upon his own application, Ihj honorably discharged at the end of 
tho four years' course at the Naval Academy, with a proi)er certificate of 
graduation." 



HISTORICAL SKETCH. 7 

In 1886 a special course of instmction in physiology and hygiene was estab- 
lished, in accordance with an act of Congress approve<l May 20 of that year. 

The act of Congress approved March 2, 1889, provides that "the Academic 
Board of the Naval Academy shall on or before the thirtieth day of September 
in each year separate the first class of naval cadets then commencing their fourth 
year into two divisions, as they may have shown special aptitude for the .duties 
of the respective corps, in the proportion which the aggregate number of vacan- 
cies occurring in the preceding fiscal year ending on the thirtieth day of June in 
the lowest grades of commissioned officers of the Line of the Navy and ^larine 
Cori>s of the Navy shall bear to the number of vacancies to be supplied from the 
Academy occurring during the same i)eriod in the lowest grade of commissioned 
officers of the engineer corps of the Navy ; and the cadets so assigned to the Line 
and Marine Cori>s division of the first class shall thereafter pursue a course of 
stndy arranged to fit them for service in the Lino of the Navy, and the cadets 
so assigned to the Engineer Corps division of the first class shall thereafter pur- 
sue a separate course of study arranged to fit them for service in the Engineer 
Con^s of the Navy, and the cadets shall thereafter, and until final graduation, 
at the end of their six years* course, take rank by merit with those in the same 
division, according to the merit marks ; and from the final graduates of the Line 
and Marine Corjw division, at the end of their six years* course, appointments 
shall be made hereafter as it shall be rieceasary to fill vacancies in the lowest 
grades of commissioned officers of the Line of the Navy and Marine Cori>s ; and 
the vacancies in the lowest grades of the commissioned officers of the Engineer 
Corps of the Navy shall be filled in like manner by api)ointments from the final 
graduates of the Engineer division at the end of their six years* course : Provided, 
That no greater number of apx)ointments into the said lowest grades of commis- 
sioned officers shall be made each year than shall equal the number of vacancies 
which shall have occurred in the same grades during the fiscal year then cur- 
rent ; such appointments to be made from the final graduates of the year, in the 
order of merit as determined by the Academic Board of the Naval Academy, the 
assignment to be made by the Secretary of the Navy upon the recommendation 
of the Academic Board at the conclusion of the fiscal year then current ; but 
nothing contained herein or in the naval appropriation act of August fifth. 
eighteen hundred and eighty-two. shall reduce the number of appointments of 
final graduates at the end of their six years' course Ijelow twelve in each year 
t ) the Line of the Navy, and not less than two shall be apix)inted annually to 
the Engineer Corps of the Navy, nor less than one annually to the Marino 
Corps; and if the number of vacancies in the lowest grades aforesaid, occurring 
in any year shall be greater than the numl)er of final graduates of that year, the 
surplus vacancies shall be filled from the final graduates of f (Allowing years, as 
they shall become available." 

**That after the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, the 
minimum age of admission of cadets to the Academy shall be fifteen years and 
the maximum age twenty years. " 

In October, 1^97, a iH>st-graduate course in Naval Architecture, for the edu- 
carion of officers for the Construction Cori)s of the Navy, was estiiblished ; and 
a class was formed from the naval cadets that had finishenl the four years' course 
in that year. 

By an act of Congress, approved March o. 1^99, "the officers constituting; the 
Engineer Cori)s of the Navy" were "transferred to the Line of the Navy," 
thereby repealing so much of the act of Congress, ai)i>roved March 2. 1889, as 
relates to the sei)aration of naval cadets of the first class into Line and Engineer 
divisions. 

This same act having limited the number (»f Constructors in the Navy to 
forty, the post graduate course in Naval Architecture was discontinued. 



6 HISTORICAL SKETCH. 

board. This system has been continued, with some slight modifications, to the 
present time. The first class to receive the benefit of it was that which entered 
in 1851. Six members of this class completed the course in three years and were 
graduated in June, 1854 ; the rest of the class followed in 1855. 

In May, 1861, on the outbreak of the war, the Academy was moved to New- 
I)ort, R. I. The three upper classes were detached and ordered to sea, and the 
remaining acting midshipmen were quartered in the Atlantic House and on 
board the frigates Constitution and Santee. In the summer of 1865 the Acad- 
emy was brought back to Annapolis, where it has since remained. 

When the Bureau of Navigation was established, July 5, 1862, the Academy 
was placed under its surpervision ; March 1, 1867, it was placed under the direct 
care and supervision of the Navy Department, the administrative routine and 
financial management being still conducted through the Bureau. On the 11th 
of March, 1869, this official connection with the Bureau ceased, but was renewed 
by the general order of the Navy Department issued June 25, 1889. 

The term of the academic course was changed by law, March 3, 1873, from four 
to six years. The change took effect with the class that entered in the follow- 
ing summer. 

In 1866 a class of acting third assistant engineers was ordered to the Academy 
for instruction. The course embraced the subjects of steam engineering, mech- 
anism, chemistry, mechanics, and i)ractical exercises with the steam engine and 
in the machine shop. This class was graduated in June, 1868, together with two 
cadet engineers who had entered the Academy in 1867. After an interval of four 
years, in October, 1871, a new class of cadet engineers was admitted. This class 
followed a two years' course, somewhat more extended than that of the class ot 
1868, and was graduated in 1873. In 1872 and 1873 new classes were admitted, 
the first of which left the Academy in 1874 and the second in 1875. By an act 
of Congress approved February 24, 1874, the course of instruction for cadet engi- 
neers was made four years instead of two ; the new provision was first applied 
to the class entering the Academy in the year 1874. This class was graduated 
in June. 1878. 

By an act of Congress approved August 5, 1882, it was provided that from that 
date "there shall be no appointments of cadet-midshipmen or cadet-engineers at 
the Naval Academy, but in lieu thereof naval cadets shall be appointed from 
each Congressional district and at large, as now provided by law for cadet-mid- 
shipmen, and all the undergraduates at the Naval Academy shall hereafter be 
designated and called ' naval cadets ; * and from those who successfully complete 
the six years' course, appointments shall hereafter bo made as it is necessary to 
fill vacancies in the lower grades of the Line and Engineer Corps of the Navy 
and of the Marine Corps: And provided further, That no greater number of 
appointments into these grades shall be made each year than shall equal the 
number of vacancies which has occurred in the same grades during the preced- 
ing year ; such appointments to be made from the graduates of the year, at the 
conclusion of their six years' course, in the order of merit, as determined by 
the academic board of the Naval Academy; the assignment to the various corps 
to be made by the Secretary of the Navy upon the recommendation of the aca- 
demic board. But nothing herein contained shall reduce the number of apiwint- 
ments from such graduates below ten in each year, nor deprive of such appoint- 
ment any graduate who may complete the six years* course during the year 
eighteen hundred and eighty-two. And if there bo a surplus of graduates, those 
who do not receive such apj^ointment shall be gn^ven a certificate of graduation, 
an honorable discharge, and one year's sea pay, as now provided by law for 
cadet -midshipmen ; and so much of section fifteen hundred and twenty-one of 
the Revised Statutes as is inconsistent herewith is hereby repealed." 

"That any cadet whose i)osition in his class entitles him to be retained in the 
service may, upon his own ai)plication, be honorably discharged at the end of 
the four years' course at the Naval Academy, with a proper certificate of 
graduation." 



HISTORICAL SKETCH. 7 

In 18S6 a special conrse of instruction in physiology and hygiene was estab- 
lished, in accordance with an act of Congress approved May 20 of that year. 

The act of Congress approved March 2, 1889, provides that "the Academic 
Board of the Naval Academy shall on or before the thirtieth day of September 
in each year separate the first class of naval cadets then commencing their fourth 
year into two divisions, as they may have shown special aptitude for the .duties 
of the respective cori>s, in the proportion which the aggregate number of vacan- 
cies occurring in the preceding fiscal year ending on the thirtieth day of June in 
the lowest grades of commissioned officers of the Line of the Navy and Marino 
Corps of the Navy shall bear to the number of vacancies to be supplied from the 
Academy occurring during the same period in the lowest grade of commissioned 
oflElcers of the engineer corps of the Navy ; and the cadets so assigned to the Line 
and Marine Cori>s division of the first class shall thereafter pursue a course of 
study arranged to fit them for service in the Line of the Navy, and the cadets 
so assigned to the Engineer Corps division of the first class shall thereafter pur- 
sue a separate course of study arranged to fit them for service in the Engineer 
Corps of the Navy, and the cadets shall thereafter, and until final graduation, 
at the end of their six years* course, take rank by merit with those in the same 
division, according to the merit marks ; and from the final graduates of the Line 
and Marine Corps division, at the end of their six years* course, apjwintments 
shall be made hereafter as it shall be necessary to fill vacancies in the lowest 
grades of commissioned officers of the Line of the Navy and Marine Cordis ; and 
the vacancies in the lowest grades of the commissioned officers of the Engineer 
Corps of the Navy shall be filled in like manner by api)ointments from the final 
graduates of the Engineer division at the end of their six years* course : Provided, 
That no greater number of apx)ointments into the said lowest grades of commis- 
sioned officers shall be made each year than shall equal the number of vacancies 
which shall have occurred in the same grades during the fiscal year then cur- 
rent ; such appointments to be made from the final graduates of the year, in the 
order of merit as determined by the Academic Board of the Naval Academy, the 
assignment to be made by the Secretary of the Navy upon the recommendation 
of the Academic Board at the conclusion of the fiscal year then current ; but 
nothing contained herein or in the naval appropriation act of August fifth, 
eighteen hundred and eighty-two, shall reduce the number of appointments of 
final graduates at the end of their six years* course l)elow twelve in each year 
t^ the Line of the Navy, and not less than two shall be api)ointed annually to 
the Engineer Corps of the Navy, nor less tlian one annually to the Marine 
Corps; and if the number of vacancies in the lowest grades aforesaid, occurring 
in any year shall be greater than the number of final graduates of that year, the 
surplus vacancies shall l>e filled from the final graduates of following years, as 
thev shall become available." 

"That after the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, the 
minimum age of admission of cadets to the Academy shall be fifteen years and 
the maximum age twenty years. " 

In October, 1H97, a iK)st-graduate course in Naval Architecture, for the edu- 
cation of officers for the Construction Corps of the Navy, was established ; and 
a class was formed from the naval cadets that had finished the four years' course 
in that year. 

By an act of Congress, approved March 3, 1899, "the officers constituting the 
Engineer Corps of the Navy" were "transferred to the Line of the Navy," 
thereby rei)ealing so much of the act of Congress, approved March 2, l^sSQ, j^s 
relates to the separation of naval cadets of the first class into Line and Engineer 
di\'isions. 

This same act ha\*ing limited the number of Constructors in the Navy to 
forty, the post graduate course in Naval Architecture was discontinued. 



8 HISTORICAL SKETCH. 

By an act of Congress approved June 7, 1900, it was provided that — 
'* Whenever any naval cadet shall have finished four years of his under- 
graduate course of six years the succeeding appointment may be made from 
his Congressional district or at large in accordance with the existing law." 
By an act of Congress approved July 1, 1902, it was provided that — 
*'The title 'naval cadet' is hereby changed to 'midshipman.' 
''That until the year nineteen hundred and fourteen, in addition to the naval 
cadets now authorized by law (the title having been changed by this act to 
midshipmen), the President shall appoint five midshipmen, and there shall be 
appointed from the States at large, upon the recommendation of Senators, two 
midshipmen for each State. " 
By an act of Congress approved March 3, 1903, it was provided that — 
"There shall be allowed at the Naval Academy two midshipmen for each 
Senator, Representative, and Delegate in Congress, two for the District of 
Columbia, and five each year at large : Provided, That the additional Congres- 
sional appointments authorized by this Act shall be made at such times as may 
be determined by the Secretary of the Navy, who shall equitably distribute the 
increase among the several States, Districts, and Territories, so that ultimately, 
if practicable, each Senator, Representative, and Delegate may recommend for 
appointment during each Congress one midshipman. Provided further. That 
members of the Fifty-seventh Congress who will not be members of the Fifty- 
eighth Congress, and in whose Districts or States appointments have not been 
made or vacancies filled in the Fifty-seventh Congress, may immediately upon 
the passage of this Act make the additional appointments herein provided for. 

"The Secretary of the Navy shall as soon as practicable after the fifth day of 
March in each year notify in writing each Senator, Representative, and Delegate 
in Congress of any vacancy which may be regarded as existing in the State, 
District, or Territory which he represents, and the nomination of a candidate 
to fill such vacancy shall be made upon the recommendation of the Senator, 
Representative, or Delegate. Such recommendation shall be made by the first 
day of June of that year, and if not so made the Secretary of the Navy shall fill 
the vacancy by the appointment of an actual resident of the State, District, or 
Territory in which the vacancy exists, who shall have been for at least two years 
immediately preceding his appointment an actual bona fide resident of the 
State, District, or Territory in which the vacancy exists and shall have the 
qualifications otherwise prescribed by law : And provided farther, That the 
Superintendent of the Naval Academy shall make such rules, to be approved by 
the Secretary of the Navy, as will effectually prevent the practice of hazing; 
and any cadet f oimd guilty of participating in or encouraging or countenancing 
such practice shall be summarily expelled from the Academy, and shall not 
thereafter be reappointed to the Corps of Cadets or be eligible for appointment 
as a commissioned officer in the Army or Navy or Marine Corps until two years 
after the graduation of the class of which he was a member. 

"That the i)rovi8ions of this Act for the increase of apiwintments of mid- 
shipmen to the Naval Academy shall continue in force until the thirtieth day 
of June, nineteen hundred and thirteen; and thereafter one midshipman, as 
now provided by law, shall be appointed for each Senator, Representative, and 
Delegate in Congress. 

"That hereafter there shall be at the Naval Academy one midshipman from 
Porto Rico, who shall be a native of said island, and whose appointment shall 
be made by the President on the recommendation of the governor of Porto Rico. 
"That after January first, nineteen hundred and four, all candidates for 
admission to the Naval Academy at the time of their examination must be 
between the ages of sixteen and twenty years." 



SUPERINTENDENTS 



OF THK 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY 



Assumed command. 

Comnumder Franklin Buchanan ..- Sept. 3,1845 

Commander Greorge P. Upshur - Mar. 15, 1847 

Commander Cornelius E. Stribling .- July 1,1850 

Commander Louis M. GK)ldsborough . - __ Nov. 1,1853 

Captain G«orge S. Blake Sept. 15, 1857 

Rear Admiral David D. Porter Sept. 9, 1865 

Commodore John L. Worden - Dec. 1,1869 

Bear Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers Sept. 22, 1874 

ConunodoreFozhall A. Parker July 1,1878 

Rear Admiral George B. Balch Aug. 2,1879 

Rear Admiral C R. P. Rodgers ^ June 13, 1881 

Captain F. M. Ramsay Nov. 14, 1881 

Commander W. T. Sampson _ _ Sept. 9.1886 

Captain R. L. Phythian June 30. 1890 

Captain P. H. Cooper Nov. 15. 1894 

Rear Admiral F. V. McNair Julv 15, 1898 

Commander Richard Wain Wright Mar. 15,1900 

Captain Willard H. Brownson Nov. 6, 1902 

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DBICAI. 8KETCH. 

By an act of Confess approved June 7, 1900, it was provided that — 
"Whenever any naval cadet shall have finished four years of hie nnder- 
'•dnate coarse of eix yeara the succeeding appointment may be made from 
TonKresBional district or at large in accordance with the siiating law." 
n act of Congrees approved July 1, 1903, it was provided that — 
"'"The title 'naval cadet' is hereby changed to 'midshipman.' 
" That until the year nineteen hundred and fourteen, in addition to the naval 
cadeta now authorized by law (the title having been changed by this act to 
midshipmen), the President shall appoint five midshipmen, and there shall be 
appointed from the States at large, upon the recotamendation of Senators, two 
midshipmen for each State." 
By an act of Congress approved March 3, 1803, it was provided that — 
"There shall be allowed at the Naval Academy two midshipnien for each 
Benator. Representative, and Delegate in Congress, two for the District of 
Colombia, and five each year at large : Provided, That the additional Congree- 
sional appointments authorized by this Act shall be made at sucli times as may 
be determined by the Secretary of the Navy, who shall equitably distribute the 
increase among the several States, Districts, and Territories, so that ultimately, 
if practicable, each Senator, Representative, and Delegate may recommend for 
appointment during each Congrees one midshipman. Provided further. That 
members of the Fifty-seventh Congress who will not be members of the Fifty- 
eighth Congress, aud in whose Districts or States appointments have not been 
made or vacancies filled in the Fifty-seventh Congress, may immediately upon 
the jiassage of this Act make the additional appointments herein provided for. 

"The Secretary of the Nary shall as soon as practicable after the fifth day of 
March in each year notify in writing each Senator, Representative, and Delegate 
in Congress of any vacancy which may be regarded as existing iii the State, 
District, or Territory which he represents, and the nomination of a candidate 
to fill Bucb vacancy eholl be made upon the recommendation of the Senator, 
Representative, or Delegate. Such recommendation shall be made by the first 
day of June of that year, and if not so made the Secretary of the Navy shall fill 
the vacancy by the appointment of an actual resident of the State, District, or 
Territory in vhich the vacancy exists, who shall have been for at least two years 
immediately preceding his appointment an actual bona fide resident of the 
State, District, or Territory in which the vacancy exists and shall have the 
qualifications otherwise prescribed by lawi And provided further. That the 
Superintendent of the Naval Academy shall make such rules, to be approved by 
the Secretary of the Navy, as will efEectually prevent the practice of hazing; 
and any cadet found guilty of participating in or encouraging or countenancing 
such practice shall be summarily expelled from the Academy, and shall not 
thereafter be reappointed to the Corps of Cadets or be eligible for appointment 
as a commissioned officer in the Army or Navy or Marine Corps until two yeara 
after the graduation of the class of which he was a member, 

"That the provisions of this Act for the increase of appointments of mid- 
fibipraeu to the Naval Academy shall continue in force until the thirtieth day 
of June, nineteen hundred and thirteen; and thereafter one midshipman, as 
now provided by law, shall be appointed for each Senator, Representative, and 
Delegate in Congress. 

"Tliat hereafter there shall be at the Naval Academy one midshipman from 
Porto Rico, who shall be a native of said island, and whose appointment shall 
be made by the President on the recommendation of the governor of Porto Rico. 
"That after January first, nineteen hundred and four, all candidates for 
adiuission to the Naval Academy at the time of their examination must be 
between the ages of sixh^en and tweuty years." 




SUPERINTENDENTS 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY 



AMumed command. 

Commander Franklin Buchanan Sept. 3,1845 



Commander Greorge P. Upshur Mar. 15 

Commander Comelins K. Stribling July 1 

Commander Lonis M. Goldsborough Nov. 1 

Captain Greorge S. Blake - Sept. 15 

Bear Admiral David D. Porter — Sept. 9 

Commodore John Li. Worden Dec. 1 

Bear Admiral C. B. P. Rodgers Sept. 22 

Commodore Foxb.all A. Parker July 1 

Bear Admiral Qeorge B. Balch Aug. 2 

Bear Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers June 18 

CaptainF. M. Ramsay - Nov. 14 

Commander W. T. Sampson _. Sept. 9 

Captain R. L. Phythian _ - June 30 

CaptainP. H. Cooper. __ Nov. 15 

Rear Admiral F. V. McNair July 15 

Commander Ricbard Wain Wright - Mar. 15 

Captain Willard H. Brownson Nov. 6 

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BOARD OF VISITORS. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION, 1904. 



Senators. 



Honorable John F. Dryden, of New Jersey. 
Honorable Arthur P. Gorman, of Maryland. 

Representa lives. 

Honorable M. J. 'Wade, of Iowa. 
Honorable A. L. Brick, of Indiana. 
Honorable J. T. McCleary, of Minnesota. 

Appointed by the President. 

Rear Admiral Qboroe Brown, U. S. N., of Indianapolis. 
Colonel Robert M. Thompson, of New York City. 
Mr. John F. Meigs, of Bethlehem, Pa. 
Professor Ira N. Hollis, Harvard University. 
Professor A. ij. Ellis, of Austin, Tex. 
Mr. William E. Foster, of Buffalo, N. Y. 
Mr. S. Y. TUPPER, of Atlanta, Ga. 



President — Honorable M. J. Wade. 

Vice President — Colonel Robert M. Thompson. 



COMMITTEES. 



1. Buildings, Ghraunds, Improvements, Sanitation, Library, Finance. — Rear 
Admiral George Brown, U. S. N., Chairman; Mr. W. E. Foster, Mr. J. F. 

Meigs. 

2. Administration, Rules and Regulations, Discipline, Drill, Practice Cruise, 
PoUc:, Athletic^3. — Colonel Robert M. Thompson, Chairman; Mr. S. Y. Tapper, 
Professor A. C. KUis. 

3. Course of Study, Admission and Discharge, Standard of ScholarsJiip. — 
Professor Ira N. Hollis, Chairman; Professor A. C. Ellis, Mr. J. F. Meigs, Hon 
orable J. T. McCleary. 

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR. 
1904-1905. 



1904. 
October 1. — ^Beginning of first term... _ Sattirday. 

1905. 

January 23-88. — Semiannual examination Monday-Saturday. 

January 28. — End of first term Saturday. 

April 1 8. — Examination of candidates Tuesday. 

May 31. — End of academic year 1904-1905 Wednesday. 

May 22-27. — Annual examinations Monday-Saturday. 

May 28- June 3. — Graduation week _ Sunday-Saturday. 

June 20. — Examination of candidates Tuesday. 

October 1. — Beginning of first term, 1905-1906 Sunday. 

TBe academic monthfi end on the following days : 



1904-1905. 



October Oct. 29 

November _ ___Nov. 26 

December ..Dec. 24 

January ..Jan. 21 



February Feb. 25 

March Mar. 25 

April Apr. 22 

May May 20 



1905-1906. 



October Oct. 28 

November Nov. 25 



December --....Dec. 23 

January - - Jan. 20 



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CALENDAR FOR 1904-1905. 



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OFFICERS, PBOFESSORS, AND INSTRUCTOBS 



ATTACHED TO THE 

'# 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY, 



Superintendent t 
CAPTAIN WILLARD H. BROWNSON. 

Assistant to the Superintendent, in Charge of Buildings and Grounds, 

Professor O. G. Dodge, U. S. N. 

Aid to tlie Superintendent and Secretary Academic Board, 
Lieutenant Commander J. M. Poyeu. 

Commandant of Midshipmen and Head of Department of Discipline, 

COMMANDER C. J. BADGER. 

Assistants, 

Lieutenant Commander T. G. Dewey, 
Lieutenant Commander H. A. Bispham, 
Lieutenant C. B. Brittain, 
Lieutenant J. H. Reid, 
Lieutenant W. W. Phelps, 
Lieutenant J. R. P. Pringle, 
Lieutenant A. G. Kavanagh, 
Lieutenant G. E. Gelm, 
Lieutenant W. G. Briggs, 
Lieutenant L. A. Gotten, 
Lieutenant (junior grade) R. E. Pope. 

seamanship. 

Head of Department, 

COMMANDER W. F. HALSEY. 

Assistants, 

Lieutenant Commander H. A. Bispham, 
Lieutenant W. W. Phelps, 
Lieutenant J. R. P. Pringle, 
Lieutenant G. E. Gelm, 
Lieutenant (junior grade) R. E. Pope, 
CmEP Boatswain C. F. Pierce (retired). 

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OFFICERS, PROFESSORS, AXD INSTRUCTORS. 
ORDXA^fCE ASV GLSSKRY. 

Head of Department, 
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER W. F. FULLAM. 

Assistants, 

Ldectenakt C. B. Bbittaix. 

Lieutenant J. H. Reid, 
♦Lieutenant G. E. Gelm , 

Lieutenant W. G. Briogs, 

Lieutenant L. A. Cotten, 
♦Lieutenant (junior grade) B. E. Pope. 

Sword Master, 

A. J. CORBESIER. 

Assistant Sword Makers, 

George Heintz, 
J. B. Retz, 
George Heintz, Jr. 

navigation. 

Head of Department, 
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER W. C. P. MUIB. 

Assistants, 

Lieutenant B. W. Wells, 
♦Lieutenant L. C. Bertolette. 

Lieutenant M. L. Miller, 

Lieutenant G. R. Marvell, 

Lieutenant H. E. Smith, 
♦Lieutenant A. H. McCarthy, 
♦Lieutenant E. B. Fenner. 

MARINE engineering AND NAVAL CONSTRUCTION. 

Head of Department, 
COMMANDER J. K BARTON. 
AsaistantH, 

LlEUTK.NANT COMMANDER DeW. C. ReDORAVE, 

Lieutenant J. R. Brady, 

Lieutenant S. V. Graham, 

Lieutenant C. S. Book Walter, 

Lieutenant H, N. Jenson, 

Lieutenant F. L. Sheffield, 

Lieutenant W. B. Wells, 

Lieutenant J. S. (iitAiiAM, 

Lieutenant E. C. Kalhfus, 

Lieutenant (junior grade) J. T. Bowers, 

Lieutenant (junior grade) F. J. Horne, Jr., 

Professor T. W. Johnson, A. B., M. E. 



* Detailed for adiiitiuntil duty in this I>e{>artmeDt. 



OFFICERS, PROFESSORS, AND INSTRUCTORS. 17 

MECHANICS. 

Head of Department, 
PROFESSOR P. R. ALGER, U. S. N. 

Assistants, 

Lieutenant L. C. Bertolette, 
♦Lieutenant M. L. Miller, 
♦Lieutenant Q. R. Marvell, 
♦Lieutenant H. E. Smith, 

Lieutenant A. H. McCarthy, 

Lieutenant E. B. Fenner, 

Professor W. W. Johnson, A. B., A. M. 

PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY. 

Head of Department, 
PROFESSOR N. M. TERRY, A. M., Ph. D. 

Assistants, 

Lieutenant W. H. G. Bullard. 
Lieutenant A. H. Robertson, 
Lieutenant W. M. Grose, 
Lieutenant W. J. Terhune, 
Lieutenant E. S. Kellogg, 
Lieutenant W. B. Tardy, 
Lieutenant H. G. Sparrow, 
Lieutenant (junior grade) W. R. Sayles, 
Lieutenant (junior grade) J. W. Greenslade, 
PROFEss(m P. J. Dashiell, a. B., Ph. D. 

MATHEMATICS. 

Head of Department, 
PROFESSOR W. W. HENDRICKSON, U. S. N. 

Assistants, 

Professor J. S. Brown, U. S. N., 
Lieutenant Commander G. R. Evans, 
Lieutenant B. C. Decker, 
Lieutenant A. H. Scales, 
Lieutenant G. G. Mitchell, 
Lieutenant J. K. Robison, 
Lieutenant J. T. Tompkins, 
Lieutenant P. Babin, 
Lieutenant W. T. Tarrant, 
Professor Milton Updegraff, U. S. N., 
Civil Engineer J. V. Rockwell, U. S. N., 
♦Professor W. W. Johnson, A. B., A. M., 
Instructor W. F. C. Hasson, 
Instructor John Eiesland, A. B., Ph. D., 
Instructor Angelo Hall, A. B.. S. T. B., 
Instructor C. H. Sisam, A. B., A. M. 



♦Detailed for additional duty in this Department, 
4501 ^ 



IS OFFICEfc*, PBOFESSOKS. ASD E3?STRrCTOBS. 



Head of Departwtemt 
PROFESSOR E. K. RAWSOK, U. Sl JT. 



LlEUTCTAXr £. H. DCKRKXX, 
LIECTEXA5T F. M- RrSSELL. 
LIECTEXA5T F. B. BjkaSETT. 
LUXTEXAXT T. L. Johssobs, 
Professor Karl Yoitsg. A. B.. JL M . 
lysTRCCTOR W. O. Stetexs, A. Bl, Ph. D., 

bfSTRCtTTOR G. p. COLZM.OC, A. M.. LL. R, 
IxsTRUCTOR R. A. Rice A. B.. A. M., 
Lbstbuctor C. S. Aldex. A. B.. A. M., Ph. D., 
LfSTROTOB H. J. FEyrox. A. B., A. 3L. LL. B., 
l5STRrcT»)B O. J. Cajcpbell, Jr., a. B., 
I>2jTrcctor F. E. McMn.i.FX. 

MODERN LANGUAGES. 

Head of Department, 

lieutexaxt commander harry p. HUSB. 

Assuttants, 
LiErTEXA>'T B. W. Wells, 

LlEL-TENA>'T R. H. JaCK-SOX. 

Pr'>fess*>r Henri Marion, A. M., 
Pr«>Fc>sor C. V. Cl'Sachs. A. B.. B. 3.. 
Frmff^-^i^r p. J. i>F-s Garennes. A. B.. A. M., 
Pkoff>^«»r p. E. Voinot. B. S.. 
lNSTKn.T«»K T. Clark. A. B.. A. M., Ph. D., 
Instri<tor W. E. Olivet, \ 

Instructor G. Costet, 
Instructor P. H. Churchman, A. B., A. M., 
Instructor L. J. P. Carreta, A. B., 
Instructor F. W. Morrlson, A. B., A. M. 

physiology and hygiene. 

In Chartjr of Special Instruct ion^ 
Surgeon E. S. Bogert. Jr. 

Instrnctin' in Gymnastics, 
Mathkw Strohm. 

Assistant^ 
Otto Steffen. 



OFFICERS NOT ATTACHED TO ACADEMIC STAFF. 



Commander W. F. 'WoRTmNOTON. 

Medical. Inspector H. E. Ames. 

ScKGEON E. P. Stone. 

Surgeon C. H. T. Lowndes. 

Surgeon E. S. Booert, Jr. 

Assistant Suroeon C. L. Ely. 

Pay Inspector C. M. Ray, Pay Officer and General Storekeeper, 

Paymaster George Brown, Jr., Commissary and Midshipmen's Storekee^ 

Chaplain H. H. Clark. 

Civil Enolneer A. C. Cunningham. 

Professor A. N. Brown, Librarian. 

Mr. J. M. Speincer, Assistant Librarian. 

Mr. R. J. DUVAX.L., Assistant Librarian. 

Mr. J. G. Glynn, Secretary. 

3fR. Richard Grady, M. D., D. D. S., Dentist. 

Warrant Machinist Adam Qlbson. 

AcTiNO Warrant Machinist J. S. Hothersall. 

AcTTNo 'Warrant Machinist J. Fttton. 

Pharmacist J. T. Oursler. 



Santee and Ships, 

Commander George M. Stoney, in charge. 

Chief Gunner Robert Sommers (retired), 

Boatswain H. Seedorfp, 

Carpenter T. J. Logan, 

Mate G. E. Plander, 

Mate R. J. Keating, 

Mate H. Dahis. 



Marine Officers, 

Major L. Karmany. 
Captain J. H. Russell. 
Captain R. H. Dunlap. 
Captain J. C. Breckinridge. 
First Lieutenant W. R. Coyle. 

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OFFICERS NOT ATTACHED TO ACADEMIC STAFF. 
Under Inglrtuiiion in Marine School of Applicatum. 

Second LiF,uTEN.iST H. M. Howaed. 
Second Likctenant W. A. HcNkil. 
Second Lieutrsast W. P. Upbhur. 
Second Liectk\ant L. P. Pinkston. 
Second Lif.vtekant A. P. Crist, 
Second Llrutenant E. W. Banker. 
Second Liel"ti",.\an"t W. E. Parker. 
Second LtEurKSAST W. M. Sm4LL. 
Second I.ii;vtksant E. L. Bioler 
Second 1,1K^TE^■A^T R. B. Farqchakson, 
Second Lfeutk-nant C. S. Sanderson. 
Second Lieutenant W. M. Hill 
Second Lieutenant T. Bunch. 
Second Lieutenant R. B. Putnam. 
Second Lieutenant B. A. Lewis. 
Second Lieltk.\a\t L. 8. Willis. 
Second Lieutenant A. Stokes. 
Second Lieutenant B. S. Bebby, 
Second Lieutena.vt J. M. White. 
Second Lieutenant B. R. Hohan. 
Second Liel-ten int F. A. Babkeb. 
Second Lieutenant E. B. Cole. 
Second Lieutenant J. Newton, Jb. 
Second Lieutenant W. L. Burchfieuj. 
Second Lieutenant J. H. TnoMPsos. 
Second Lieutenant W. T. Hoadley, 
Second I.im itvi.nt A. M. Watson. 
Second Lji i it n \nt E. P. Moses. 
Second Lmlti \a\-t H. F. Wikoman. 
Second Lieutesant E. P. Lahned. 
Second Liel-tenant J. A. Rossei.l. 
Second Lif.ltenasT E. H. Conoer. 
Second Lii-rTKNANT C. B. Vckirl. 
Second Liel-te.vaN't .T. R. Horton. 



ACADEMIC BOARD. 



The SCPERDTTEXDEl^^T. 

The Commandant of- Midshipmen. 

The Hkad of the Department of Seamanship. 

The Head of the Department of Ordnance and Gunnery. 

The Head of the Department of Navigation. 

The Head of the Department of Marine Engineering and Naval Con- 

STRUCnON. 

The Head of the Department of Mechanics. 

The Head of the Department of Physics and Chemistry. 

The Head of the Department of Mathematics. 

The Head of the Department of English and Law. 

The Head of the Department of Modern L.ofGUAOES. 



CADET OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



CADKT COMMAM>F.K. 

Court, A. B. 

CADKT LIEfTENANT niMMANnEKB. 

Ingersoll, R. E., First Battalion. 
Fraxkexbergkr, H., Second Battalion. 



CAPET MEITEXANTS. 



Smith, R. C. 
Pegram, Q. C. 
Border, L. S. 



Cook, A. B., Brigade Adjutant. 
Whiting, K. Sweeney,J. C, Jr. Leary, H. F. 

WiLLCOX, J.W., Jr. SWANSON, E. A. NiMITZ, C. W. 

Cox, O. L. Farley, L. C. Coffey, R. B. 



CADKT Jl'SIOR LIEVTEXANTS. 



Liggett, W., Jr. 
McCandless, B. 
Irvine, R. L. 



Eberle, W. E., Adjutant First Battalion. 
HowzE, G., Adjutant Second Battalion. 

Ogan, J. V. Carter, G. O. McClintic, W. S. 

Gawne, J. O. MacFall, R. C. Stott, A. C, Jr. 

Ferguson, J. N. Caldwell, T. F. Church, A. T. 



rAI>KT EXKKJXK. 



Canaga, B. L. 
Root, B. S. 
Brown, H. 



Cresap, L. Dowell, J. S. , Jr. Lightle, W. T. 

McSheehy, E. L. Smith, S. B. Rowen, H. G. 

Carter, A. F. Neilson, R. P. R.* Woodson, W. B. 



tAl»ET CHIEF PKTTY omCKKS. 

Goss, N. H., Brigade Staff Petty Officer. 
Lassing, W. H., First Battalion. 
Shipp, E. R., Second Battalion. 



CAI»ET PETTY OmCERS, FIRST CI^SS. 



First Company. Second Company. 

Irwin, H. L. Selfridge, D. I. 

Smeallie, J. M. Ellyson, T. G. 
NoRRis, A. Hooper, S. C. 

Strassburger,R.B. Poole, J. M., 3d. 



Third Company. 

Atkins, A. K. 
NcNair, L. N, 
Gaddis, W. p. 
Steele, B. H. 



Fourth Company. 

Hayne, I. W. 
Haines, G. W. 
Newton, J. H. 
Atkinson, J. F. 



Fifth Company. 

Oberlin, E. G. 
DURR, E. 

Spears, W. O. 

QORDO^, S. 



Sixth Company. Seventh Company. Eighth Company. 

Austin, C. M. Dutton, B., Jr. Stewart, G. V. 

TowNSEND, L. W. Furqj:r, R. S. Greenlee, H. R. 
Sumpter, J. C. Shoemaker, H. E. Baggaley, W. 

CuLBERTSON,W.L.,Jr. Marston, C. S. Farwell, E. 

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CADET OFFICERS. 



23 



CADKT rcTTT orncKK«, nRiST CLA8»— continued. 



Ninth Company, 

James, A. J. 
Robinson, £. S. 
Gulp, R. S. 



Tenth Company, 

Davis, L. P. 
Minor, L. 
Laird, H. C. 



Lawton, S. el , Jr. London, J. J. 



Eleventh Company. 

Furlong, W. R. 
Beall, Q. a., Jr. 
LoHR, C. A. 
Reno, W. E. 



Twelfth Cimipany, 

Sears, A. W. 
Morrison, J. R. 
Orr, H. a. 
Pegg, E. M. 



CADET prrrr orriCBBs, srroxD clam. 



Fir^t Company, Second Company. 

Habgis, E. Q. Blasdel, F. G. 

Waijsworth,A.S., Jr. Jackson, R. A. 
Jensen, H. M. Drake, W. 

LowMAN, H. L. KNor, H. Q. 

Fifth Company. Sijcth Company. 

Campbell, H., Jr. Maxson, H. H. 
ATKDfs, L. M. Friedel, W. L. 

Braixakd, R. M. TayTt^or. C. 

TOWEES, J. H. NOYES, L. 



Mnth Company, 

COMA.V, V. K, 
Gfi£E\, B. H. 

ilUfSTBONG, E. B, 

IfcDoxALD, R. S- 



Tenth Company. 

Taffinder, S. a. 
AV'rioht, G. B. 
French, H. J. 

BOGART, I. C. 



Tltird Company. 

Glover, H. F. 
Woods, J. S. 
Ghormley, R. L. 
Collins, J. H. 

Seventh Company. 

Decker, W. B. 
Eklund, F. N. 
Miller, J. P. 

WiLHELM, A. C. 



Fourth ComjKiny, 

Cabaniss, R. W. 
Rawle, H. 
lorshbough,w.w. 
Chapin, N. L. 

Eighth Company. 

BURNHAM, H. 
POXD, J. E. 

Barker, W. C. , Jr. 
Decatur, S., Jr. 



Eleventh Company. Twelfth Company. 

Fawell, R. M. GLASsi'X)RD,W.A.,Jr. 

Allen, H. Clarke, W. E. 

Marzoni, p. B. Wallace, S. W. 

Fuller, H. G. Moses, E. S. 



PRACTICE CRUISE, 1904. 



COAST SQUADRON — NORTH ATLANTIC FLEET. 

Bear Admiral James H. Sands, Commander. 
Lieutenant Thomas P. Magruder, Flag Lieutenant 
Lieutenant George L. Smith, Aid. 

Officers of the United States Flagship Texas. 

Captain William T. Swinburne, Commanding. 

Lieutenant Commander Frank H. Eldridge. 

Lieutenant Commander John G. Quinby, 

Lieutenant Herman O. Stickney. 

Lieutenant Louis M. Nulton. 

Ensign Hayne Ellis. 

Ensign Frederick L. Oliver. 

Ensign Walter N. Vernou. 

Midshipman Frederick G. Tupper. 

Surgeon James C. Byrnes. 

Assistant Surgeon Robert E. Hoyt. 

Paymaster Ziba W. Reynolds. 

Assistant Paymaster George R. Crapo. 

First Lieutenant of Marines Berton W. Sibley. 

Chief Boatswain Samuel W. Gardner. 

Chief Gunner William A. Cable. 

Chief Carpenter John S. Waitemeyer. 

Warrant Machinist Thomas O'Donnell. 

Warrant Machinist James L. Baart. 

Warrant Machinist Charles A. Rowe. 

Acting Warrant Machinist Louis C. Hkjgins. 

Itinerary of U. S. Flagship Texas during Midshipmen s Summer Cruise. 

June 6. — Left Annapolis, Md. 

June 10. — Arrived Solomons, Md. 

June 15. — Left Solomons, Md., cruising. 

June 10. — Arrived Yorktown, Va. 

June 22.— Left Yorktown, Va. 

June 22. — Arrived Newport News, Va. 

June 29. — Left Fort Monroe, Va. 

July 1. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 19. — Left New London, Conn. 

July 22. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 26. — Left New London, Conn. . cruising. 

July 30. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

August 3. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

August 5. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

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SUMMER CRUISE, 1904. 25 

An^TOst 8. — ^Left New Liondon, CJonn. , cmising. 

August 10. — Arrived New London, Ck>nn. 

August 15. — ^Left New London, Conn. 

August 15. — Arrived Bradford, R. I. 
Ao^rnst 16.— Left Bradford, R. I. 

August 16. — Arrived New London, Conn. 
An^^nst 18. — ^Left New London, Conn. 
Au^^ust 20. — ^Arrived Potomac River. 
An^ast 24.— Left Potomac River. 
An^^nst 24. — Arrived Solomons, Md. 
An^ast 30.— Left Solomons, Md. 
An^nst 30. — Arrived Annapolis, Md. 

Officers of the United States Ship Massachusetts. 
Gaptaix Joseph J. Eaton, Commanding. 

LlEUTENAXT COMMANDER EdWARD LlOYD, Jr. 

Lieutenant Commander DeWilj^ C. Redgrave. 

Lieutenant Charles H. Hayes. 

Lieutenant Benjamin W. Wells. 

Lieutenant Arthur B. Hoff. 

Lieutenant William C. Cole. 

Lieutenant Orton P. Jackson. 

Ensign William N. Jeffers. 

Ensign Ward P. Wortman. 

Ensign Raymond S. Keyes. 

Ensign Holden C. Richardson. 

Midshipman Herbert H. Michael. 

Surgeon Philip Leach. 

Assistant Surgeon Sidney L. Scott. 

Paymaster George BRO^vN, Jr. 

Boatswain William Juraschka. 

Chief Gunner Leonard J. G. Kuhlwp:ix. 

Gunner Humboldt J. Palmer. 

Acting Carpenter Frederick M. Kirchmier. 

Warrant Machinist William F. Mullinix. 

Warrant Machinist Charles H. Gilhuley. 

Warrant Machinist Harlan B. Heath. 

Acting Warrant Machinist Frederick G. Spren(jel. 

Itinerary of U. S. S. Massachusetts during Midshipman's Summer Cniisc. 

Jnne 6. — Left Annapolis, Md. 

June 10. — Arrived Solomons, Md. 

June 15. — Left Solomons, Md., cruising. 

June 18. — Arrived Yorktown, Va. 

June 20. — Left Yorktown, Va. 

June 20. — Arrived Newport News, Va. 

June 29. — Left Fort Monroe, Va. 

July 1. — Arrived Narragansett Bay. 

July 8. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 11. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

July 15. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 19. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

July 22. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 2S. — l,eft New London, Conn., cmising. 



1 



20 SUMMER CRUISE, 1904. 

July 80. — Arrived New London, Conn. 
August 3. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 
August 5. — ^Arrived New London, Conn. 
August 8. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 
August 10. — Arrived New London, Conn. 
August 12. — Left New London, Conn. 
August 13. — ^Arrived Boston, Mass. 
August 20.— Left Boston, Mass. 
August 23. — Arrived Potomac River. 
.August 24.— Left Potomac River. 
August 24. — Arrived Solomons, Md. 
August 30.— Left Solomons, Md. 
August iSO.— Arrived Annapolis, Md. 

Officers of the United States Ship Arkansas. 

Commander Charles E. Vreeland, Commanding, 

Lieutenant Commander Edward Simpson. 

Lieutenant Joseph Strauss. 

Lieutenant Frank M. Russelx.. 

Lieutenant Albert L. Norton. 

Lieutenant Hanry T. Baker. 

Lieutenant Arthur T. Chester. 

Surgeon Theodore W. Richards. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster Frederick H. Lemly. 

Gunner Leonard Roll. 

Acting Carpenter Wilbert O. Crockett. 

Warrant Machinist George B. Coleman. 

Warrant Machinist Oscar Bragonier. 

Itinerary of U. S. S. Arkansas during Midshipmen's Summer Cruise 

June 6. — Left Annapolis, Md. 

June 10. — Arrived Solomons, Md. 

June 15. — Left Solomons, Md., cruising. 

June 10. — Arrived Yorktown, Va. 

June 21. — Left Yorktown, Va. 

June 21. — Arrived Newport News. Va. 

June 29. — Left Fort Monroe, Va. 

July 1. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 6. — Left New London, Conn. 

July 8. — Arrived New London. Conn. 

July 13. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

July 15. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July IJ). — Left Now London, Conn., cruising. 

July 2*2. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 2(). — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

July 80. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

August 3. — Left Now London, Coim., cruising. 

August 5.— Arrived New London, Conn. 

August 8. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

August 10. — An'ived Now London, Conn. 

August 1!^. — Left New London. Conn. 

August 20. — Arrived Potomac Rivor. Steamed up river to Indian Hea< 

Navy Yard, Wiishington. 
August 2G.--Arriv(Ml Solomons. Md. 
August 27. — Loft Solomons, Md. 
August 27. — Arrived_Annapolis, Md. 



SUMMBR CRUISE, 1904. 27 

Officers of the United States Ship Florida. 

Commander John C. Fremont, Commanding, 
Lieutenant John B. Patton. 
Lieutenant Luke McNamee. 
Lieutenant William H. Reynolds. 
Lieutenant Albert H. McCarthy. 
Midshipman James W. Hayward. 
Surgeon Lewis Morris. 
Assistant Paymaster William C. Fite. 
Gunner Bert E. Staples. 
Carpenter Thomas C. Cooney. 
Carpenter Harry L. Demarest. 
Warrant Machinist James Quill. 
Warrant Machinist Francis J. McAllister. 

Itinerary of U. S. S, Florida dvring Midshipvien^ s Summer Cruise. 

Jane 6. — Left Annapolis, Md., cmising. 
Jnne 10. — Arrived Solomons, Md. 
June 13. — Left Solomons, Md., cruising. 
June 16. — Arrived Yorktown, Va. 
June 21. — Left Yorktown, Va. 
June 21. — Arrived Newport News, Va. 
June 29.— Left Fort Monroe, Va. 
July 1. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 6. — Left New London, Conn. 

July 8. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 13. — Left New London, Conn., cmising. 

July 15. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 19. — Left New London, Conn., cmising. 

July 22. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 26. — Left New London, Conn., cmising. 

July '30. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

August 3. — Left Now London, Conn., cmising. 

August 5. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

August 8. — Left New London, Conn., cmising. 

August 10. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

August 18. — Left New London, Conn., cmising. 

August 2i). — Arrived Potomac River. Steamed np river to Indian Head and 

Navy Yard, Washington. 

August 28. — Arrived Solomons, Md. 

August 3(). — Left Solomons, Md. 

August 30. — Arrived Annapolis, Md. 

Officers of the United States Shij) Nevada. 

Commander Thomas B. Howard, Commanding. 

Lieutenant Commander William S. Hogg. 

Lieutenant Edward L. Beach. 

Lieutenant George L. Mitchell. 

Lieutenant Frederick L. Sawyer. 

Lieutenant Allen M. Cook. 

Lieutenant Mark St. C. Ellis. 

Surgeon Frank C. Cook. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster Eugenk H. Tkicon. 

Gunner Patrick Hill. 

Carpenter James I. Haley. 

'Wabrant Machinist Martin Casey. 



28 SUMMER CRUISE, 1904. 

Itinerary of U, S. S. Nevada during Midshipmen^s Summer Cruise, 

Jtine 6. — Left Annapolis, Md., cruising 

June 10. — Arrived Solomons, Md. 

June 15. — Left Solomons, Md., cruising. 

June 16. — Arrived Yorktown, Va. 

Jime 21. — Left Yorktown, Va. 

June 21. — Arrived Newporii News, Va. 

June 29.— Left Forii Monroe, Va. 

July 1. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 6. — Left New London, Conn. 

July 8. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 13.— Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

July 15. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 19. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

July 22. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 26. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

July 30. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

August 3. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

August 5. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

August 8. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

August 10. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

August 18. — Left New London, Conn. 

August 20. — Arrived Potomac River. 

August 23. — Steamed up Potomac River to Indian Head and Washington Navy 

Yard. 
August 28. — Arrived Solomons, Md. 
August 30. — Left Solomons, Md. 
August 30. — Arrived Annapolis, Md. 

Officers of the United States Ship Hartford, 

Commander Ten Eyck D. W. Veeder, Commanding, 

Lieutenant Henry J. Zeigemeier. 

Lieutenant Charles B. McVay, Jr. 

Lieutenant Waldo Evans. 

Lieutenant Wilbur G. Briggs. 

Lieutenant (junior grade) Charles E. Courtney. 

Ensign Julius F. Hellwig. 

Midshipman Harold R. Stark. 

Surgeon Albert M. D. McCormick. 

Assistant Surgeon Theodore N. Pease. 

Paymaster Howard P. Ash. 

Chaplain Edward J. Brennan. 

Chief Boatswain Hugh Sweeney. 

Actin(j Boatswain Harry C. Gunn. 

AcTiN(j Boatswain Karl Rundquist. 

Chief Gunner Frank C. Messenijer. 

AcTLN'G Carpenter Clifton Greenwell. 

Warrant Machinist Peter J. Hanlon. 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1904. 29 

Itinerary of 17. S. S. Hartford during MidshipmeH^a Summer Cruise. 

June 6. — ^Left Annapolis, Md. 

June 10. — ^Arrived Solomons, Md. 

Jane 15. — Left Solomons, Md., cruising. 

June 18. — Arrived Yorktown, Va. 

June 18. — Left Yorktown, Va., for Newport News, Va. 

June 18. — ^Arrived Newport News, Va. 

June 29. — Left Fort Monroe, Va., for Narragansett Bay. 

July 1. — Arrived Jamestown, R. I. 

July 8. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 11. — ^Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

July 15. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 19. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

July 22. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 26. — Left New London, Conn. 

July 30.— Arrived New London, Conn. 

August 3. — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 

August 5. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

August 8. — Left New London, Conn. 

August 11. — Arrived Province town, Mass. 

August 20. — Left Boston, Mass. 

August 23. — Arrived Potomac River. 

August 24. — Left Potomac River. n 

August 24. — Arrived Solomons, Md. 

August 30. — Left Solomons, Md. 

August 30. — Arrived Annapolis, Md. 

Officers of the United States Ship Chesapeake. 

Lieutenant Commander William F. Fullam, Commanding. 

Lieutenant William G. H. Bullard. 

Lieutenant William W. Phelps. 

Lieutenant Edwin T. Pollock. 

Lieutenant Harry E. Smith. 

Liel^enant Edward S. Kellogg. 

Lieutenant William T. Tarrant. 

Lieutenant Thomas L. Johnson. 

Surgeon Charles A. T. Lowndes. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster Frederick B. Colby. 

Itinerary of U. S. S. Chesapeake during Midshipmen's Summer Cruise. 

June 6. — Left Annai)olis, Md. 

June 10. — Arrived Patuxent River. 

June 13. — Left Patuxent River. 

June 17. — Arrived Newport News, Va. 

June 21. — Left Newport News, Va., for New London, Conn. 

June 2.5. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

June 27. — Left New London, Conn. 

July 1. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July 5. — Left New London, Conn. 

July 6. — Cruising in Narragansett Bay, R. I. 

July 13. — Left Narragansett Bay, R. I., for New London, 

July 14. — Arrived New London, Conn. 

July IS. — Lie ft New London, Conn. 



38 



CLASS APPOINTED IN 1899. 



Midshipmen of the Class appointed in 1899, performing required service aj 

4S members — Continued. 



Order of gen- 
eral merit. 


Name. 


state from which appointed. 


Date 
admisf 


87 


Sadler, Frank Howard 


Sheffield, Ala 

At large 

At large ^-- 

Concord, Mass 

Washington, D. C 

Westpoint, Miss 

Belton. Tex 


May 2 


88 
89 


McNair, Frederick Vallette, jr . . 
Rodfirers, John 


June 2 
Sept. 


40 


Belknap, Charles 


May 2 


41 


Thomi)son, Rufus Saxton _. 

Rhodes. Butler Youne: 


Sept. 2 
Sept. 1 




Ghent, Daniel Throckmorton . _ _ 


May 2 






***"J "W 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1994. :U 

Itinerary of Second Flotilla during Midshipmen^H Summer Cruise. 

June 6. — Iieft Annapolis, Md., cruising. 

Jnne 10. — Arrived Solomons, Md. 

June 15. — Left Solomons, Md., cruising. 

Jxme 18. — Arrived Yorktown, Va. 

June 20. — ^Left Yorktown, Va., cruising. 

June 29. — ^Left Fort Monroe for Pocomoke Sound, thence to Narragansett Bay, 

R.I. 
July 1. — Arrived Narragansett Bay, R. I. 
July 6.— Left Narragansett Bay. 
July 8. — Arrived New London, Conn. 
July S. — Left New London, Conn. 
July 10. — Arrived Marblehead, Mass. 
July 14. — Left Marblehead, Mass. 
Julv 15. — Arrived New London, Conn. 
Jnly IIK — Left New London, Conn., cruising. 
July 10. — Arrived Newjwrt, R. I. 
July 22.— Left Newport, R. I. 
Jnlv 22.— Arrived New London, Conn. 
July 26.— Left New London, Conn., cruising. 
July 30.— Arrived New London, Conn. 
August 2.— Left New London, Conn., cruising. 
August 5.— Arrived New London, Conn. 
August 8.— Left New London, Conn., cruising. 
Angust 12. — Arrivetl Boston, Mass. 
August 20.— Left Boston, Mass. 
Angust 22. — Arrived Potomac River. 
.\ugust 24. — Left Potomac River. 
Angu.st 24.— Arrived Solomons, Md. 
Anj,Tist30.— Left Solomons, Md. 
Angust 30.— Arrived Annapolis, Md. 



32 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1904. 
Detail op Midshipmen for Practice Cruise, 1904. 



Embarked Saturday, June 4, 1904. The Hartford exchanged details ^ 
Massachusetts J and the Chesapeake with ArkansaSy Florida, and Nevada 
July 18. The Texas and torpedo-boat flotilla recruited from the Chesavei 
and Hartford, 

CHESAPEAKE. 





First class. 




Austin, C. M 


Smith, R. C. 


Ogan. 


Canaga. 


Wadsworth. 


Poole. 


Court. 


Blasdel. 


Selfridge. 


Durr. 


Cook. 


Strassburger. 


Gaddis. 


Cresap. 


Rawle. 


Goss. 


Ellyson. 


Spears. 


Irwin. 


Glover. 


Sumpter. 


Liggett. 


Hooper. 


Townsend. 


Norris. 


Jackson. 


Wilcox. 


Pegram. 


Max son. 


Sears. 


Root. 


McSheehy. 
Second class. 




Cooley. 


Washburn. 


I[nox, H. G. 


Doherty. 


Williams, J. R. 


Pence. 


Drake. 


W ood worth. 


Rees. 


Ghormley. 


Bartlett. 


Smith, N. M. 


Hartigan, 


d Chantry. 


Aiken. 


Howard, D. L. 


Collins. 


Bean. 


a b Jensen. 


Delano. 


Shute. 


Lowman, R. L. 


Draeniel. 


c Stiles, W. C. I. 


Newton, W. F. 


Emerson. 


Stirling. 


Robinson, F. M. 


Harter. 


Towers. 


Sharp. 


Hayes. 


Wilson, P. L. 


Spofford. 


c Hughes. 

Third class. 


Welch. 


Allen, E. G. 


a b Jordan. 


Strother. 


Anisden. 


Le Bourgeois. 


Swasey. 


Baer, J. 


Lipstate. 


Thibault. 


Bradley. 


McCrary. 


Ulrich. 


Bruce, B. H. 


Mall i son. 


Walker, E. B. 


Clark, V. E. 


Monroe. 


Weller. 


Copeland. 


Parker, R. C. 


Almy. 


Davis, G. E. 


Plummer. 


Baker, G. E. 


Dial. 


Pousland. 


Basset t. 


Frank. 


Pryor. 


Brown, A. W., jr. 


Gillmor. 


Ritter. 


Burford. 


Goldthwaite. 


Russell. F. 


Clay. 


Hall, J. L. 


Smith, W. T. 


Cohen. 


Jewell. 


Stevens, L. M. 


Cummings, D. E. 



a Transferred to Naval Acailciny lIoHpiUil Juno 12, 1U(>4. 
6 Ufjoinetl practice Blilp June 28, 1!m»4. 
c Joined imictice ship June 14, 1!m>4. 
ef Joined practice ship June 30, I'JCM. 



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SUMMER CRUISE, 1904. 



Laird, G. H. 

Lofqtiist. 

McCarthy. 

McKinney. 

Miles. 

Monteser. 

Norton. 



FLORIDA — CONTINUED. 



Third doss. 



Pritchard. 

Ravenscroft. 

Reid, S. S. 

Spencer. 

Strait. 

Van de Carr. 

Warren. 



Williamson. 

Babcock. 

Branch. 

Butt. 

Clement, E. F. 

Corwin. 



Baggaley. 

Bumham. 

Culp. 

Button. 

Farwell, E. 

Greenlee. 

Ingersoll. 

Lightle. 

Marston. 

Nimitz. 

Pond. 

Shaw. 

Armstrong. 
Battle. 
Bryan. 
g b Calhoun. 
Decatur. 
Fitch. 
Goldman. 
Graves. 
Johnson, B. T. 
Keller, C. S. 
McDonald. 
Nagle. 
Riebe. 



Babbitt. 

Barleon. 
h Berry. 

Bowdey. 

Caskey. 
i Chemey. 

Clark, C. R. 

Conditt. 



HARTFORD. 

First class. 

Shoemaker. 

Stewart, G. V. 

Swanson. 

Bowen. 

Caldwell. 

Davis, L. P. 

Eklund. 

Frankenberger. 

Howze. 

Hutchins. 

James, A. J. 

Second class 

Wilhelm. 
Woodruff. 
Alexander. 
Barker, W. C. 
Bon\nllian. 
Cox, J. F. 
Decker. 
Fletcher. 
Fost(>r. 
Fuller, H. G. 
Grady. 
Hall, W. E. 

Third class, 

Danenhower. 

Donaghue. 

Gates. 

Gill. 

Gossett. 

Heron. 

Hicks. 

Hinkamp. 



MacFall. 

Minor. 

Ferguson. 

Green. 

Irvine, R. L. 

Furlong. 

Lohr. 

Morrison, J. R. 

Laird, H. C. 

Pegg. 

Neilson. 



Keene. 
Kidd. 
McCain. 
Marzoni. 
Meyers, A. C. 
Moses. 
Reichmuth. 
Rogers. 

Stevenson, W. H, 
j Tumbull. 
Wallace, S. W. 
Wright, G. B. 



Howard, O. W. 

Humphrey. 

Jones, C. A. 

Lawrence. 

Lewis. 

McCormack. 

Manier. 

Maxfield. 



6 Rejoined practice ship June 28, 1904. 
(f Tnnsferred to Naval AcAdomy Uoapital June 18, 19(V4. 
ATraiiBferred to Naval Houpital, Norfolk, Va., June 20, 1904. 
iTramiferred to Naval Hospital, Newport, R. I., July 1, 1904. 
j Joined pnctioe ship June 8, 1904. 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1904. 



35 



Mtirfin. 

Keedham. 

Page. 

Eddy. 

Schuyler. 

Slayton. 

Taylor, B. B. 

Thomson. 

Torlinski. 

yVanDerveer. 
Windaor. 
Anstm, L. H. 
Baker, A. A. 
Beck. 

Blackburn. 
Brace, B. 
Chambers. 



HARTFORD — CONTINTJED. 

Third class — Continued, 

Chnd. 

Cogswell. 

Crosse. 

Davy. 

Frellsen. 

Griffiths. 

Gross, F. E. 

Hickey, B. F. 

Hill. 

Holden. 

Howell. 

Hyatt. 

Jacobs, B. 

Eeiran. 

Lando. 

JLiOO. 

Lichtenstein. 



Martin, A. C. 

Mathewson. 

Mecleary. 

Murray. 

O'Brien. 

Payne. 

Scheibla. 

Seymour. 

Stewart, R. R. 

Theobald. 

Thomas. 

Scott. 

Spmance. 

Tuholski. 

Watson. 

Wright, C. L. 



Cnibertson. 

Eberie. 

flames, G. W. 



Cake. 

Chapin. 

Ewell. 



Cruse. 

Cmnming, J, 
DicMnaoii. 
Dnim. 

Emrich. 

Farquhar. 

Gross, R. F. 

Gulliver. 



^W. ^W. 



RobinBon, C S. 

Shipp. 

Stott. 

Woodson. 

Baker, V. 

Border. 

Church. 

Coman. 



NEVADA. 

First class. 

Hayne, I. W. 

Leary. 

Mandeville. 

Second class, 

Fnller, D. W. 
Henderson, S. L. 
Lorshbough. 

Third class, 

Hodgman. 

Hoover. 

Hovey. 

Kimball. 

Enapp. 

Langerquist. 

Lanman. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

First class, 

Dortch. 
Fawell, R. M. 
I Friedell. 
Fnrber. 
Kays, H. E. 
Lawton. 
London. 
Orr. 



McClintic. 
Newton, J. H. 



Madden. 
Metcalf. 
Olding. 



McGill. 

McKittrick. 

Mayfield. 

Miller, C. E. 

Nixon. 

Norris, C. R. 

Pngh. 



Reno. 

Smith, S. B. 
Beall. 

Carter, A. F. 
Coffey. 
Cox, O. L. 
Farley. 
Brown, H. 



j Joined practice ship June 8, 1904. 

I Tiwwferred to Naral Hospital, Norfollc, Va., June 26, 1904. 



36 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1904. 



MASSACHUSETTS — CONTINUED. 





Second class. 




Allen, H. 


Roberts. 


Garcelon. 


Bogart. 


Rnssell. C. A. 


Hall, W. A. 


Clarke, W. E. 


cTaffinder. 


Jacobs, W. F. 


French. 


Withers. 


Lake. 


Glassford. 


Bemheim. 


Manly. 


Howe. 


Brainard. 


Miller, J. P. 


Jones, H. 


Causey. 


Perkins. 


Lowe. 


Coffin. 


White, R. A. 


Lynch. 


Davis, G. K. 


Willson, R. 


Mayo. 


m Dixon, 






Third class. 


• 


Abbett. 


Montgomery. 


Iseman. 


Barker, G. N. 


Olds. 


Kays, H. T. 


Beauregard. 


Read, A. C. 


Keppler. 


Bemis. 


Robinson, C. R. 


Klein. 


Boyd. 


Samx)son. 


Leonard. 


Campbell, H. 


Shirley. 


Logan, G. C. 


Crenshaw. 


Simpson. 


McClure. 


Dibrell. 


Stevenson, F. T. 


McKeehan. 


Doxey. 


Utley. 


Meredith. 


Eccleston. 


White, N. H. 


Nichols. 


Evans. 


Woodward. 


Parker, J. 


c Galloway. 


Atkins, A. W. 


Rhodes. 


Gearing. 


Baughman. 


Schelling. 


Hanson. 


Bellinger. 


Shea. 


Hewitt. 


Bernard. 


Shonerd. 


Holliday. 


Braden. 


Smith, R. R. 


k 6 Ingram. 


Cassidy. 


Stevens, J. G. 


Johnstone, H. H. 


Courts. 


Stiles, W. H. 


Kenyon. 


Dallas. 


m Taylor, H. G. 


King, R. 


Dyer. 


Wellington. 


Krakow. 


Ewing. 


Williams, E. H. 


Libbey. 


Hammond. 


Vertrees. 


Lowell. 


Henderson, E. H. 


Ware. 


McConnell. 


Hobbs. 


Welte. 


Martin, A. G. 


Howard, D. S. H. 


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6 Rejoined practice 8hlp June 28, IfMM. 

c Joined practice fthip June 14, 19<M. 

k Transferred to Naval Academy Ilcupital June 6, 1904. 

m Joined practice ship June 11, 11)04. 

M Joined practice ship June 17, 1904. 



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Midihipmen of the Class appointed in 1899, performing required service afloat- 

43 members. 




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Van Keoren, Alexander Hamilton 

Smyth, William Woods 

Fretz, Paul Henry 

Rowan, Stephen Clegg 

Anderson , Walter Stratton 

Randenhnsh. Wehb Enssell 

Ryden, Roy Warren 

Cooke, Henry David, jr 

Robinson, Samuel Murray 

Sahm, Leo 

Holmes, Ralston Smith 

Cleary, 'Francis James 

Poteet, Fred Halstead 

Friedrick, Ernest 

Giles, William Jefferson 

Koch, Ralph A ._ 

Leahy, Lamar Richard 

Davis. Milton Smith 

Moses, Charles Clifton 

Loomis, Sam Colby 

Lacy, Lindsay Hensley _ 

Brisbin, Alfred Terry 

Blakely, Charles A ._. 

Milne. Macgillivary 

Van Auken, Wilber Rice 

Stark, Harold Raynsford 

Brillhart, Charles Edgar 

Willson, James David 

Arwine, John S 

Metcalf , Martin Kellogg 

Kibbee, Austin Staats 

Ancrum, William _ _. 

Abbott, John Strong 

Walker, Hugh McLean 

35 ( Smith, Charles Earl 

Taylor, Thomas Herbert 



State from which appoiDted. 



Howell, Mich 

Marion, Iowa 

Grand Forks, N. Dak .. 

At large 

Carlinville, 111 

St. Paul, Minn - 

Des Moines, Iowa 

New York City 

Dublin, Tex 

Dubuque, Iowa 

New York City 

Schuylerville, N. Y . . . . 

Sedalia, Mo 

Brooklyn, N. Y 

Marcellus. N. Y ._. 

Fairbury , Nebr . _ _ 

Buffalo, N.Y ._ 

San Francisco, Cal 

Girard, Ala _ 

Sycamore, HI _ 

Palestine, Tex 

Bellefonte, Pa 

Williamsburg, Ky 

Worthington, Ohio 

Utica. N. Y 

Wilkesbarre, Pa 

York, Pa 

Fort Wayne, Ind 

Columbus, Ind 



Loudonville, N. Y 

Camden, S. C 

Madison , Wis 

Augusta, Ga 

Xenia, Ohio 

Como, Miss - 



Date of 
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Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 



11,1899 

9,1899 

9, 1899 

26, 1899 

9, 1899 

9, 1899 

11, 1899 

9,1899 

8,1899 

28,1899 

21,1899 

12, 1899 

17, 1899 

7, 1899 

9, 1899 

12, 1899 

12,1899 

7, 1899 

21, 1899 

12,1899 

12, 1899 

28, 1899 

9, 1899 

8, 1899 

9, 1899 

25, 1899 

3, 1899 

23,1899 

25,1899 

12, 1899 

13, 1899 

22, 1899 

12, 1899 

13, 1899 

24, 1899 

13, 1899 



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May 23,1900 
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Sept. 8, 1900 
May 23,1900 
Sept. 8, 1900 
May 33.1900 
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Sept 30,1900 
May 33,1900 
Sept 10,1900 
Sept. 10,1900 
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July 0, 1900 
Sept 27,1900 
Sept 24.1900 






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Midahipmen of the Fourth Clogs— S9T menAers. 



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Adair, CharleB Wallace 

Allen, Archer Meredith Bnland 

Alston, William Ott 

Amer*. Eugene 

Austin, Joseph Eliut . 

Bacon Allen 

"Badt, Harry Ashor - - 

■Barnes, Guy Carltun..- 

Barnctt, -John Walt«r 

Barry James Bichard 

Bartlett, William CHEtou 

Bastedo, Faol Henry 

Batzer. Herbert Winch 

Bannh, RobertOhTcr 

Beauticld. Rufns McClelland — 

Beurdall, JohnBefnnald 

Be(!ker, Jolm Erb.._ 

Btesnn . "Del mar Harvey 

Beisfl, Fred Comelins 

Belt.Hallei- 

"BerR Friinlc Robert . 

Berry FreilThomas 

Best, Charlesliewia 

Biihvfll AltelTrood 

iJlflkeflee Edward Gervase 

Bfaisdi^l, airard Davis 

Bloclwimi Chester Alan Arthur 

Bciiland, John 

Botsfoid Owen St. Auliin 

Bowerfind. Frederick Charles .. 

Boynton, Harold 'Walter 

Briidhury JolinSandes 

Bradfiite, Blaine Wallingforil . . 

■Brandt, George Edgar 

Br<.'rctoii. William Denny, jr... 

Broshi'k, Joseph John 

Br(n\ti. Diii-idl.SDy'1 

Bmne Howiknl Walter 

Bmk,"ErQeBt Fisher 

Bufkinghsm . Earle 

Burdick Harold De Forest 

Buri; Holwrt Andrew 

Calboun GuyKni;;ht 

Campbell, John Clement 

Canncin, Fenelon 

CiipiK'l, Clarence 



Xenid, Ohio_ 

New Bedf ord,Masa 

Clayton, Ala 

At large 

Brooklyn, :N' Y..- 

Ntwtoniliglilinds. Hun. 

Mt. Pleasant, Tex. 
Bnllochrille, Ga.. 

Waeo Tex 

Monroe, Mich 

Naennville, H.I... 

BufEalo,N.Y 

Royalton, Minn... 

Somerset, Pa 

SanFraucisco.Cal. 

Orlando, Plft 

Marietta, Pa 

PhiIadelphia,Pa.. 

Lh Crosse, Wis 

Dallas, Tes 

Bridgeport, Conn . 

Logan, Iowa 

Maysville,Ky 

Belief onte, Pa 

Ijockport Til 

Sot Spring? Ark . 
St, Charles, Mo.... 
New York City... 

CUrenwtilli', Mlrli 

Adrian, Mith 

Haverhill, MtisH... 
Hobinson, 111 



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Seattle, Wash 

RolIii,Mo_ 

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June T,l»04 
Aug. 8,1004 
July 21,1004 
July 5,1904 
July 29,1904 
June \fi. 1904 
May 10,1004 
Jnne 15, 1904 
Jnly 8,1904 
Jaly T, 1904 
July 5,1904 
Jnne 21,1904 
June 7,1004 
June 30. 1904 
July 0,1904 
July 7,1904 
Jnly 5,1004 
July 1,1904 
July 2.1904 
June 80, 1904 
July 7, 1904 
June 30, 1904 
June 39, 1904 
June 7,1904 
July 7, 1904 
July 25, 1904 
Jnly 13,1904 
.Tune 7,1904 
July 0,1904 
June 7,1904 
July 1,1904 
July 5,1904 
June 7,1901 
July 0, 1004 
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I June 10,1904 
June 14, 1904 
June 7.1904 
Jnne 29,1904 
.Tnly 21,1901 
June 13,1904 
June 30, 1904 
July 2,1004 
July 2,1904 
Miiy 10,1901 



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Midshipmen of the Fourth Class — 397 members— Contmned. 



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Stato from which 
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Carey, John Joseph 

Onnichael, Andrew William 

Carter, Worxall Reed 

Carver. Wilbur Joshna 

Cecil, Thomas Jefferson 

Chambers, Henry Leslie 

Charlton, Alexander Mark 

Chew, Francis Thornton 

Clark, Carl Crittenden 

Clark, Joseph Bumside 

Clark, Rensselaer Weston 

Cleveland, Harry Ward 

Cloud, Preston Ercelle 

Coale, George Goodrich 

Cochran, Schamyl 

Coffin, Trenmor, jr _ . 1 

Collins, Marshall - 

Conger, Franklin Paul 

Comerford, Francis John 

Connor, Edward Hollis 

Cordiner, Douglas Cambell 

Crosby, Howard Hall _ 

Cunningham , John Craig 

Cutt^, EI win Fisher _ 

Dague, William Henry, jr 

Davis, Charles Harper 

Davis, diaries Henry, jr 

Davis, Henry Frederick Dilman _ . . 

Davis, Leslie Charles 

Denney, Andrew Daniel _ 

De Saussure, Richard Laurens 

Dolan, Carleton Mathews 

Donald, Harry Gordon 

Donavin, Kirkwood Harry _ 

Douglas, Archibald Hugh 

Doyle, James Madison 

Dreutzer. Carl Ebbe _ 

Dueey, David Francis 

Dnncan, Greer Assheton _ 

Earle, John Ray 

Early, Jnbal Anderson 

Eisele, Charles Logan 

Emmerson, Oeorge Harris 

Emmet, Robert Rutherford Morris 

Estess, Eddie James _ . 

Everson, Jobn Horace 



Date of 
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Age at (late of 
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Cleveland, Ohio... 
Plattsburg, N. Y.. 
Bath, Me 

Searsport, Me 

New River, Tenn _ 
New York City . . . 

Omaha, Nebr 

Lexington, Mo 

Qarksville, Tex... 
Hutchinson, Kans. 
Sandyhill, N.Y... 
Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Crosskeys, Ala 

Richmond, Ind 

Houston, Tex 

Carson City, Nebr. 

Richmond, Ky 

St. Louis, Mo 

Boston, Mass 

Clinton, Iowa 

Laramie, Wyo 

Somerville, Mass.. 

Lufkin, Tex 

Milford, N. H \ 

Fowler, Ind 

Woodbury, N. J .. 

Groton, Mass 

Elko, Nev 

(Jrangeville. Idaho 

Moantaiugrove, Mo 

Charleston, S. C... 

Hannibal, Mo 

Mobile, Ala 

Columbus, Ohio. . . 
Knoxville, Tenn .. 
Philadelphia, Pa . . 
Sturgeon Bay, Wis. 
Framingham, Mass 
Alexandria, La .. 

Chicago, 111 

Lynchburg, Va . . . 
Texarkana. Ark . . . 

Lincoln, 111 _ . . 

At large 

Columbia, La 

Svracuse, N.Y 



July 9 
June 27 
June 7 
July 9 
June 8 
June 17 
June 10 
June 13 
July 29 
June 11 
June 11 
July 
July 5 
June 21 
May 11 
June 7 
May 10 
Sept. 14 
June 8 
July 14 
June 9 
July 14 
Julv 2 
June 13 
July 2 
June 13 
July 7 
June 11 
July 14 
June 8 
June 28 
July 6 
June 7 
June 28 
June 8 
July 8 
June 11 
June 8 
July 1 
June 15 
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June 7 
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Midskipmen of the Fourth Claw— 237 members— Continned, 













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Jnly 18, 1904 

Jnne 10,1904 






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Trenton.N. J 


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Franklin, La 


July 1,1804 


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June 16,1904 


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May 10,1904 


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Hunderson.N. C. 


July 7,1904 


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Troy, Ohio 


July 9.1004 


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Lebanon, Pa 


June 8,1804 


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July 11,1908 


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Goulard, Alexander 


Bayonne, N. J 


June 8.1904 


16 


7 


Gray, John William 


Spencer.Ind 


June 36, 1004 


19 


5 


Greeno. Loren Walden 


Milford, Ohio 


July 5,1904 


18 


4 


Greehain, William Fnller 




June 21, 1904 


19 


e 


Guthrie, Ekl win 


Harrison. Nebr___ 


July 19,1904 


18 


» 


Gw^^l.l. Hriiry Martel 


Pittebnrs, fa 


•Tune 8.1904 


19 


3 


Hall, William Holland 


Rockingham, N.C. 


July 36, 1904 


19 


7 


Hauiiltoti, Frank Groveijor 


FortWayne.Ind.. 


June IS, 1001 


19 


8 


Hamilton, Henry Clay ---. 


Dalton, Ga 


June 8.1904 


17 


8 


Hand, JuJson Lcland 


Pelham.Gn 


June 8.1901 


16 


5 


Harris. CliarlesAmo 


Grafton, N, Dak . . 


June 28. 1904 


18 


1 














La Crosse. Wis.... 


July 8,1904 


IS 


a 


Hendorrton, Thomas St als worth _.. 


Bryan, Tes 


July 1I,1D04 


17 


6 


Henry.Hugh _ 


Densou Tei 


May 13,1904 


20 





Hewk-tt, George Wilson 


New Haven, Conn. 


July 7,1904 


18 


7 


Hibbard, diaries 


Providence, R. I.. 


July 5,1904 


18 


8 


Hill Kiucheii Leonard 


Darlington, S. C 


June 8,1904 


18 


11 




Lancaster. S. C... 
Sturgis, S. Dak... 


Juno 11, 1901 
June 16. 1904 


19 
19 




Bird Harry Booth 


8 












Hodfjw, Lafnvtte LifTOQ 


Okalona,Miss 


Jnly 6,1904 


18 


11 


ITollanil, Piiii! Leach 


Lanriuburg.N. C. 


July 5.1904 


10 


7 




Hoiiniam, Wash ,. 


Jnly 2.1904 


18 


8 


1' .,.-,lJlfli,- 


Independence, Mo, 


July 7,1904 


19 


S 


1 Simpson 


OilCitv, Pa 


June 8.1904 


16 


U 


!■ ■rlarlii. 


a-iKinaw.Mich.... 


July 5,1901 


17 


10 


: , ■ '[vJit... 


Utica, N, Y 


.Inly 2,190+ 


18 


11 


Ja.Ki'i-, H:ill.hMattMon____ _ 


MiniicaiM)lia,Minn. 


June 23, 1901 


10 


10 












Janeway , AiiKUstine Smith 


(■lil"-r Prrtl-lrnn-. Ti — 


July 7,1001 


19 


a 


Jeimint,'!*. John Calvin .. _ 


i.Tdiir ilapUla. 1o«» 


July 1,1001 


18 


3 


Johnson, Frank Edward __ 


JIarvsvill.-. Cal_._ 


May l:t, I0<14 


IS 


10 




Concrird. K. C 


July 0,1901 


17 


8 


Jonew, Thomas Harda way 


Xorcross, Ga 


Jnly 5,1901 


18 


8 



FMtD 
Upm«n 



MtD&BCPUEM OF : 

of th« fTourth C1ajt«— «97 iB«n6*r»— Continaed. 



Jiito*.E»rlWiiifield 

gjaBiBMi. Junes Latirent^ 

Ki*»ttr. GfWge Bennett _.. 

Kiiehn. Timotliy Jerome. 

I Sdlegrew. Frederick "William 

[fiW. AugnMiDe Michael Edwaril 

1, Artbar SylTamia 

i.Demiia EdwiM_ 

Ppatiick. Walter Kenneth 

tail]. Thomai^ Caaain 

t. Hugh Jobnston 

K Sydney Moeee . , _ 

libharJl, Herbert Bismarck 

L» Bonnty, Selali Montrose 

Uimre. Dallas Charlefl 

UnuiMTS, Ho'ward Melvin 

Lug, Frederick Lyforil 

Lange. Edward Charles. 

Latham. John Campbell 

^^^Mlijr. Michael Arthnr 

^KM.A)va _ 

^Rm, WIUU Aagostos, jr 

*IpmlT, Rnwan Palmer _., 

Lrvrne. Harrj- Harrison 

Loftin, Edward Hill 

LiDcks. Rolwrt Lord 

Lowi'!!, JnWx Stabbs 

Liow, Artlinr Linford 

UcCibe. James Robinson 

UcQialey . Cleveland 

McCMlsy, Tracy Lay 

HcClun. John Franklin __., 

McConnict. Engene Delapuinte .. 

XrDouBld. James William 

KcDoweU, Dudley Howard 

HcGiffin. Norton, jr - 

HcOnire. Henry I>avis 

UtEef. EmestWTieeler 

HrSeiU. Andre^v Byrne-.- 

IWigan, Thomas Joseph 

Migniiler. Ciiry Walthall 

Mirioa, Pftnl Henry 

lUrllMid. Henry Thomas 

Slinpin, Frank Bond -.- -. 

Mf»rfe, Everard Kidder. 

Wtia, George Herbert 



. Jane fi.lUOi 
.. JnneSO.lWM 
, Jonell.lMl 
. June 0,1904 
. Jane g,19(H 
. July 25, 1804 
- July 5, IWM 
Jaly 5.1904 
. July B, IB04 



BelTtdere, ni . . 
Miamuburg, Ohio. . 
' Chicago, ni.. 
Jersey City. N.J.. 
Brooklyn. N. Y-- 
SfwTurkCitj.ll.I— - 
, Xr* Kunplnn. lorn — 
W*]dih Springi, Tn— .. 
I New York City _ . . 

.Atlarge IJnly 7.1904 

' AtcbisoD, Eana... Juno 8,1804 

I Peru. Ind July 11.1904 

! Highland, 111 Aug. lO.lBM 

' Palrhaven. Mich.J Jnly 3,1004 
, Fargo, N. Dak.... July 5.1004 
, HeronLake.MinnJ June 11.1B04 
BrookljTi. N. Y...[july 9.1904 

Medford.Wi8 July 8.1904 

Hernando, Miss. . J June 11.19(14 
Marslifield.Wi8...iMay 10.1904 

Oxford, Nebr I July 6,1904 

Owenton. Ky ! July 9, 1904 

Attarg* iMay 18,1004 

Detroit, Mich July 22.1904 

PeneacoU. Pla June 18,1904 

York. Pa July 9,1904 

Bangor,Me jjnly 9.1904 



Cleveland, Ohio. . 
Coshocton, Ohio .. 
Breckenridge , Tex - 

Al large 

Tripp. S. Dftk., 

ManfSDtowfi. W. Vl . 

OshkoBh, Wis.. 

Blakely, Ga 

Waehington. Pa - . 
Omaha, Nebr . . 
Howard, S. Dak _ 

JOaVtu Fmr, Tei 

ColumbuH, Ohio . 
Vicksburg. MIbb -. 

Atlarge _ 

Milo.N.Y 

Baltimore, Md .. 

Boyce, Va June IB, 1904 

I June 13,1004 



. I July ,■5,1004 
-iJuly 0,1904 
. May 10,1904 
. July ll.ltKM 
- June 9,1904 
. June 13, 1004 
. June 14, 1904 1 
. July 5, 1904 [ 
. I July 1,1004 
-I June 0,1904 
.'Jnne 0,1904 
-July 7.1904 
. June 10, 1904 
. July T.1004 
. July 0.1901 
. Aug. 26,1904 
. Aug. 37. 1904 



HIDSHIPHBN OP THE fFOUBTH CI^SS. 
Midshipmen of the Fourth Olas»—997 members— Continned, 



..... 


appoluU-l. 


wlmiLloB. 




1 
1 




Lafayette. La 

OBiliOBHiCilj, Okli 

Ashland. Oreg.... 
La Crosse, Wis . . . 

tiTBDd Bipldt. Hkli 

Waco, Tex 

Manchester, N. H - 
Winchester, Ind-. 
Pawtnset, R.I...- 
Portland,Me 

Chicago. Ill 

London, Ky 

Goodland, Ind 

Fayetteville, N.C. 

Chicago. Ill 

Petoskey, Mich ... 

Chicago. Ill 

Omaha, Nebr 

Laredo. Tex 

Des Moines, Iowa. 
Columbus, MiHs__. 

Boston, JIass 

New York aty_. - 
Philadelphia, Pa.. 
Baltimore.Md,-.- 

Munball.Pa 

Northfield.Minn.. 

Denver, Colo 

WanaWalla,Wash 
Bowling Green, Mo 
Rocheater,N. Y-- 
Hartford.Conn... 
Plattsniouth.Ntbr. 

Athens, Ala 

Piercp,Nebr 

Greensboro, N- C . 

Quidnunc, Ala 

Springgeia. 111.... 

Belmar.N. J 

Mayfleld, Ky 

At large. _ 

WaHhinBton,D,L'._ 
Springfield, Dl..-. 
Oaark, Mo 


May 10,1904 
July 0,1904 
Jnly 8,1904 
July 5,1904 
Jnly 19,1904 
Jnly 3,1904 
July 5, 1904 
June 10, 1904 
June 11.1904 
June 10, 1904 
Jnly 9,1904 
Jnly 6, 1904 
Jnly 2,1004 
July 5, 1904 
Jnne 10, 1004 
July 6,1004 
June 15, 1904 
June 11,1904 
July 1,1904 
July 5,1904 
.Tuly 5,1904 
June 10, low 
Aug. 2.1904 
Oct, l.i,1904 
June 10, 1904 
July 5,1904 
June 9,1904 
June 9,1904 
Jnly 11.1004 
July 8,1004 
July 14,1004 
June 18, 1904 
Sept. 1,1004 
July 5,1904 
Jnne 11,1904 
May 10.1304 
Jnly 6,1904 
Jnly 1, 1004 
Juno 11,1904 
Oct 8,1004 
Jnne 17,1904 
Jnly 3,1904 
June 11,1904 
July 7,1904 
June 14, 1904 
July 5, 1904 


IB 

10 
18 
16 
18 

20 
18 
IT 
IS 
19 
IS 
19 
18 
SO 
IS 
IB 
18 
17 
18 
18 
17 
IT 
IT 
19 
16 
17 
19 
18 
19 
17 
17 
17 
19 
17 
17 
17 
16 
18 
IS 
16 
17 
IT 
IS 
20 
1ft 








Moijre, James Dennia 








Munroe. William ftobert 








Northcroft. Percy Wilfred 

Norton, EiIiniintlRandull.- 

Olson, -Allan Gustavnei 

O'Rear, JohnThoinnsHaaelrigg... 












Pailthorp, Ormand Cleveland 

Parsons, Henry Er\-in 

Pashley, William Hubbel 




Patterson, David Calvin, jr . - .. 












Pickering, Nelson Winalow 

Pierce, Maurice Rumford 

Piersol, William Burton 












Powell, Edward William Beime .. 

Pullman, John _.. 

Piirnell, William Reynolds -- 




Rankin, John Wilkea_ _ 




Rawls, Walter Owen 

fieimera. Christian Albert, jr 




Richardson, William Nicholas, jr . 








Ripley, William Chauncey 




Rockwell. Francis Warren _ 




Rogers. Byron Demont 

Kogers, Robert Emmet 





' UIDSUIPUBN OK TUK FOURTH CLASS. 

JVuftftipm«n 0/ the Fourth Clata—e07 memlwr*— Continaed. 



Ross, Cb»rle9 Corwin 

RooDltve. Waller Jefferaon . . . 

^afl^y. Richard Cuewell 

i-liaffer. John Leinboch 

;k!buizi-. Alfivd KeyG 

Sehipf«r. Owl Arthur 

Sewry. William Witlianifl, jr . 
Shafroth. John Franklin, jr.-- 

Shen. Fnuifis Leo ., 

SliepherJ, Barry Edwwrd 

Slinginff. Frank, jr _.. 

Smilh, Clifford Vennilye 

Smith. Frank Rixip. jr 

Smith. James Downing 

Smith. Earl Frederick 

L.Oscar, jr 

uith, Pierre Lorraine 

niih. Walter 

|nit)>> William Botrinaon, jr . . 

■iiber, Pan! Earnest 

r. Oliver Loring 

» Sntberland 

rooll. Clarence WUbnr 

py. John Brid^ord 

Kk. LInyd Crow 

|«cke!, Abner Moyer 

hwiirt, tjiarance Spragne . .. 

Blirell. Erie Gnlk-k 

r, Charles Herbert 

L-r Lloyd 

I. BnrtJd Aaron 

OB. Jauies Nottle 

s. Clarence CraBo 

"Upton, Tbomas Murray ._ 

TowBseni], Frank Willard --_ 

Trippe, Hit bard Edwards- - 

Ttnift, Richmond Kelly 

r.WtUiain 'Woodfill.-- 

lerhoof , Arnold Qines 

i^V'eer, Nomian Beeve 

, Harold Asa 

, Littleton Waller Ta». 




Richmond, Jnd ... 

Qnitmaa, Qa 

Stanford, Ky 

Reading, Pa 

Newark, N. J 

Sigonmey, Iowa.. 

Brenham. Tex 

Denver, Colo 

New York City . - . 

Seneca, Mo 

Wftlbrook, Md---. 
New York City — 
Wilmington. Del . 

8ha<lwell, Va 

Adams. Mass 

Wilkewbarre, Pa - . 

Pnnuutiinief . Pi 

Boston, Mass 

Weldon, N. C --.. 

Braddock, Pa 

Jacksboro, Tex .- 
WstBarOitr. Xlch— - 
Ansonia, Ohio — 

Albany.N. Y 

Lonisiaiia, Mo ... 
Orwigsbnrg, Pa.. 
South Orange N. J 

Hannibal. Mo 

Philadelphia. Pa . 
Fort Worth, Tex. 
Franklin. Ohio... 
Portland, Greg . . 
Grass Valley, Cal 
LasT«%as,N. Mei 

Wyoming, 111 

Kittanning. Pa ._ 

Stockton, Cal 

Evansville, Ind . . 
New York City . . 
New York City. - 
Blooininglon, 111 . 
At large 





"jr 




•dmlHlun. 






Jnly 8, IMM 


17 




June 15. 1 004 


17 




Junt. I1.IM4 


10 




June 8, ItWi 


18 




July 6.1004 


13 




July C. 1904 


n 




July 11.1904 


IH 




Juneia.lWM 


17 




Jilly 0, 1904 


16 




July 5.1804 


17 




June 11.1004 


17 




July 8,1004 


17 




July a. 1904 


IS 




June 11,1904 


19 




July 11.1004 


1» 




Julv 0.1904 


IV 




July a.im 


17 




July 5. 1004 


18 




June 11. 1004 


17 




July 7,1004 


10 




June 11,1004 


10 




June 11, 1904 


19 




July 9.1 904 


19 




July G.ieOl 


18 




June 11,1004 


17 




May 11,1004 


17 




May 10,1004 


17 




May 31,1004 


IB 




Sept. 0,1004 


10 




July 2.1903 


IS 




July 2, 10U4 


la 




May 10,1904 


IS 




July 7,1904 


17 




July 5,1904 


19 




July 11.1904 


19 




Joly 23. 1004 


IB 




June 13. 1904 


10 




June 11, 1904 


19 




Aug. 15, 1004 


IS 




July 2.1904 


lil 




July B, 1904 


16 




July 5,1904 


17 




June 11, 1904 


19 




Jnly «,1904 


17 




'July ia.I904 


16 





68 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE VOUBTH CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the Fourth CIclss — 297 members — Ck>ntinaed. 



Name. 



Warren, Noble Sale van 

Waters, Robert Powers 

Webb, Arthnr Follett 

Webster, Fletcher Othello . > 

Wells, Clarke Henry 

Welsheimer, Robert Ross . .. 

West, Qyde Gray 

White, Richard Charles 

White, Richard Ernest 

Wickham, Williams Carter. . 

Wilhelm, Ora 

Wilkinson, John Cabell, jr _. 

Wille , Frank Joseph 

Willett, Maurice Benjamin . . 
Williams, Francis Marion, jr 
Williams, Raleigh Corwin .- 

Wilson, Eugene Edward 

Wilson, George Folger 

Wilson, William Walter 

Wuest , Richard Walter 

Yates, Charles Moulding 

Young, Robert Simon ton, jr 



state from which 
appointed. 



Rising Sun, Del. 
St. Joseph, Mo,. 
Winfield, Kans . 
Solomons, Md .. 
Philadelphia, Pa 

Neoga, 111 

Wellston, Ohio . 
Buffalo, N.Y... 
Bakersfield, Cal. 
Richmond, Va .. 

Mattoon, 111 

St. Lonis,Mo 

Omaha, Nebr... 
Monti)elier, Ohio 
Newton, N. C .- 
Wichita, Kans.. 
Seattle, Wash- -. 

Hiram, Ohio 

Newcastle, Del . 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
Janesville, Wis . 
Concord, N. C .. 



Date of 
admiwioD. 



June 10 
July 8 
July 6 
July 6 
Aug. 11 
July 5 
June 13 
June 15 
June 11 
Aug. 23 
July 13 
Sept. 30 
June 10 
June 11 
July 11 
July 6 
June 11 
July 11 
June 11 
June 13 
Sept. 10 
June 14 



1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 



Ageatdateof 



e 
t 



17 
18 
17 
18 
17 
19 
19 
19 
18 
17 
19 
19 
17 
18 
16 
17 
16 
17 
18 
18 
19 
18 



o 
o 



7 
7 
8 
8 
3 
2 
7 
1 
9 
1 

11 

11 

10 

8 

11 

8 

9 

9 

8 



10 

8 



SUMMARY. 



Firstclass lU 

Secondclass _ 1» 

Thirdclass 57* 

Fourthclass _ »7 



Total - s» 



(«) 



REUTIVE STANDING OF MIDSHIPMEN FOR 1903-1904. 



Oflwes of the Midshipmen at the United States Naval Academy, at the close of 
the Academic ITear 1903-1904; with the relative standing of the members in 
each class, as lUtermined at the Annual Examination, May, 1904 



^^ttT"" "*"* ""^ ^*** multiple. 

T «UM tfeocient, allowed at r««xwnin*«on, pMMd, and contlnned with ciMi. 
tt found deficient in conduet, pa«d, and continaed with cbi». 

IKetWfled in next lower claa«. 
tkhmttrom exajuizu^Uoxi. 
'Bfriped. 
«8fcl. 

(71) 



72 



BUbATlVl^ 



8TXS1\ 



\ng— 



Bdative standinfl OJ f^ Midshipmen of the First Class— 



•c 
a 

1 

e 
B 



c 



21 
59 
62 
17 
51 
19 
46 
45 
*4 
22 
20 
13 
32 
61 
*2 
14 
25 
27 
33 
11 
42 
49 
41 
.8 
10 
55 
53 
31 

9 
*3 
57 
62 
16 
34 
40 
80 
54 
28 
18 

6 
*1 
47 



Name. 



Arrowood, Milton Wallace — 

Bagley, David Worth 

Bamette, Bradford 

Basse tt, Prentiss Peck 

Baum, George Martin 

Blackburn, Paul Pritchard 

Caffee, Arthur Gill 

Claude, Abram 

Cobnrn, Fred <ilallnp 

Craig, Donald Bloyer 

Dampman, Paul Edward 

Dawes, Robert Alden 

Dillen, Roscoe Franklin 

Dodge, Omenzo Colby Ford . . 

Drnley, Waldo Putnam 

Fitch, Edwin Oberlin, jr 

Greene, Edward Forbes 

Halsey, William Frederick, jr 

Hand, Chester Lyerly . . _ 

Harrington, Charles Anthony. 

Hart, John Porter. 

Hay ward, James Waldemar .. 
Hazard, Stanton Leigh Hunt . 

Hilliard, Robert Bell 

Howard, Herbert Seymour 

Johnson, Benjamin Kent 

Johnson, Isaac Cureton, jr 

Jones, Chandler Kendall 

Kimmel, Husband Edward 

Le Breton, Darid McDongal . 

McCracken, John James 

McCullough, Richard Philip.. 

McDowell, Clyde Stanley 

McMillan, Frank Dodd _ 

McMillen, Fred Ewing 

Mauldiu, Cleon Wirt 

Michael, Herbert Harlan 

Morgan, Luman Edgar 

Oak, Edson Collins 

Otterson, John Edward 

Pickens, Andrew Calhoun, jr. 
Post, Nathan Wood worth 



State from which 
appointed. 



Date of 
admission. 



North Carolina . . . 

At large 

At large 

Connecticut 

Elansas - 

Nebraska 

Missouri 

Maryland 

Minnesota 

Illinois --. 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts . .. 

Indiana 

At large 

Connecticut 

Massachusetts 

Illinois 

At large 

Mississippi -„ 

Massachusetts 

Kansas 

New Jersey 

Missouri 

New York 

New York 

Texas 

Louisiana 

Ohio 

Kentucky 

At large 

Virginia 

New Jersey 

Ohio 

Ohio 

Wisconsin 

South Carolina ... 

Maryland _ 

Nebraska 

Maine 

Pennsylvania 

ALibama 

Nebraska 



Sept. 8 
Sept. 8 
July 9 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 10 
July 2 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 10 
Sept. 29 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 7 
May 28 
Sept. 7 
Sept 7 
July 2 
Sept. 26 
July 9 
Sept. 7 
July 2 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 29 
July 2 
Sept. 8 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 25 
Apr. 25 
May 21 
July 9 
Sept. 13 
May 24 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 10 
May 22 
May 23 
July 9 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 10 



1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1899 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 



KIB8T CLASS. 



73 



-ilfiiitfaZ ExamitUMtion, January, 1904. 











Order of merit in — 








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« 

a 
« 

tea 
U 

a 

St; 






1 

• 

S 

a 

f 




a 



s 

E 

> 


e 

1 


• 

8 

a. 


• 

r 


• 

S 

E 

S 

fri 


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1 

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• 

a 
•0 
a 

6 


• 

« 
a 

I 

it 

a 
& 



u 
« 




34 


19 


7 


17 


19 


24 


27 


22 


26 


18 


21 


62 


60 


50 


62 


56 


29 


49 


24 


55 


54 


59 


51 


49 


47 


55 


58 


22 


47 


81 


89 


81 


52 


7 


23 


11 


14 


24 


41 


27 


12 


44 


88 


17 




55 


30 


55 


58 


61 


85 


48 


88 


15 


8 


51 




17 


12 


30 


24 


26 


17 


8 


45 


28 


16 


19 




43 


52 


34 


44 


47 


12 


17 


12 


56 


56 


46 




44 


42 


87 


31 


49 


41 


88 


45 


17 


10 


45 


5 


5 


8 


1 


1 


9 


2 


14 


89 


81 


♦4 


26 


29 


15 


30 


21 


40 


12 


16 


60 


82 


22 


29 


35 


18 


8 


10 


46 


20 


85 


57 


65 


20 


10 


18 


10 


12 


21 


29 


18 


6 


8 


1 


13 


86 


44 


24 


25 


34 


21 


14 


43 


. 18 


6 


82 




61 


61 


57 


55 


55 


55 


62 


56 


58 


67 


61 




8 


1 


5 


2 


2 


6 


1 


3 


1 





♦2 




15 


13 


17 


16 


23 


55 


19 


1 


9 


4 


14 




26 


43 


25 


40 


18 


7 


37 


54 


18 


11 


25 


48 


19 


39 


41 


39 


38 


38 


11 


49 


41 


27 


' 53 


38 


20 


23 


80 


8 


42 


25 


3 


1 


33 


! » 


7 ! 


18 


20 


8 


54 


20 


30 


9 


4 


11 


88 , 39 


32 


50 


42 


18 


25 


17 


41 


34 


42 


35 51 


54 


44 


54 


50 


54 


52 


87 


29 


49 


26 


32 


37 


27 


39 


35 


56 


48 


54 


46 


41 


12 


16 


4 


10 


i 


4 


11 


35 


16 


9 


8 


; 14 


6 


14 


19 


16 


46 


9 


7 


22 


14 


10 


\ 


59 


57 


27 


49 


51 


1 


54 


57 


62 


121 


55 


> 


57 


56 


46 


47 


47 


29 


58 


38 


21 


13 


53 


5 


21 35 


34 


81 


26 


38 


48 


25 


43 


37 


31 





4 


13 


41 


22 


17 


50 


6 


4 


19 


12 


9 


8 


1 


2 


2 


4 


5 


3 


3 


5 


23 


16 


♦3 


1 


32 


55 


61 


60 


58 


50 


61 


62 


47 


39 


57 


i2 1 56 


62 


58 


58 


62 


59 


59 


60 


31 


21 


62 


3 I 12 


10 


. 13 


14 


9 


50 


27 


48 


23 


16 


16 


12 i 48 ! 40 


1 ^ 


27 


14 


61 


27 


14 


47 


39 


34 


15 


38 41 


44 


87 


31 


29 


33 


28 


13 


6 


40 


10 


50 34 


1 23 


33 


42 


49 


27 


21 


7 


2 


30 


t7 


44 \ 52 


59 


52 


53 


41 


50 


20 


58 


67 


54 


4 


24 1 21 


43 


37 


29 


18 


27 


19 


50 


42 


28 


1 


30 1 2S 


\ 22 


12 


12 


13 


25 


22 


31 


21 


18 


3 


6 11 


L 9 


7 


14 


41 


5 


10 


52 


45 


6 


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1 


2 


9 


4 


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15 


3( 


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8 1 47 


39 


45 


60 


36 


53 


36 


25 


47 



74 



RELATIVE STANDING — 



Rdative standing of the Midshipmen of the First Cloa- 



• 

•c 

« 

a 

a 

s> 

tea 

o 

U 

o 

o 


Nuoe. 


state from which 
appointed. 


1 

Date of 
admiarion. 


26 


PowelV Hal8f»Y .. , . . . . , 


Kentucky 

Missouri -... 


Sept 8,1800 
Sept. 24, 1900 
Sept. 24, 1900 
May 24,1900 
Sept 7,1900 
Oct 13,1900 
Sept 8,1900 
Sept 7,1900 
July 20,1900 
May 22,1900 
July 0,1900 
Sept 7,1900 
Sept 7,1900 
Sept 24, 1900 
Sept 7,1900 
Sept 8,1900 
Sept 7,1900 
Sept 20, 1900 
May 22, 1900 
Sept 25, 1900 


50 


Reed. Allen Bevin*?. . 


38 


Rice. Arthur Hopkins 


Mississippi 

Kansas 

Wisconsin 

New Jersey 

Pa.-D. C 

New York 

At large 

Iowa 


48 


Richards. Clarence Alvin 


7 


Richter. Carl Albert - 


15 


RifiTsrs. Roland Rocrers 


43 
39 
66 
29 


Rodgers, Christopher Raymond Perry. 

Sedgwick, William Parker, jr 

Sherman, Edward Bragg 

Shoup. Aubrey Kirk 


68 


Smead. "Walter Albert 


South Dakota 

Ma8i*achnfiettfi 


85 


Soule. Charles Carroll, jr. 


60 


Stewart. Lei&rh Morrison 


Illinois — --- 


44 


Stuart. Harry Allen . 


Virflrinia... .... 


28 


Toaz, William Hamilton , . . 


New York 

South Carolina ... 

Connecticut 

Georgia .-. 


36 
37 

12 


Todd, Forde Anderson 

Tread well, Lawrence Penfield 

Tupper. Frederick G^ddin&rs 


24 


W ickersham. Darrell Palmer 


At large 


*5 


Wrieht, Nathaniel Hoadley 


Illinois 




• 





FIRST CUkSB. 



BoeamituUion, Janvart/. lao^—Coatianei. 



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1 


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1 


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1 


1 
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1 


17 1 


17 


21 


37 


47 


50 


31 


82 


44 


8 


a 


8 


26 


» S 


69 


34 


45 


M 


M 


42 


25 


67 


48 


28 


19 


50 


17 7 


Si 


19 


37 


42 


36 


36 


28 


58 


41 


85 


24 


38 


IS 


3 


SI 


48 


47 


52 


47 


S7 


46 


46 


37 


19 


12 


48 


IT 


B 


« 


17 


17 


12 


8 


6 


a 


6 


48 


3 


1 


7 


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1 


13 


15 


15 


le 


10 


11 


5 


22 


SS 


51 


43 


15 


» 


10 


7 


59 


S3 


53 


81 


39 


1 


40 


33 


26 


18 


48 


IS 


10 


40 


46 


25 


45 


2S 


24 


35 


45 


88 


34 


22 


39 


It 


8 


66 


54 


52 


60 


67 


57 


16 


60 


61 


44 


38 


66 


19 


9 


51 


4t 


81 


21 


IS 


SO 


5S 


41 


45 


9 


4 


29 


It 


9 


61 


57 


60 


60 


50 


50 


29 


52 


42 


28 


19 


68 


U 


1 41 


20 


25 


27 


42 


53 


18 


38 


S3 


44 


88 


35 


19 


5 00 


52 


58 


61 


58 


60 


34 


50 


55 


41 


34 


60 


li 


3 


48 


81 


49 


39 


43 


81 


41 


14 


58 


81 


21 


44 


17 


a 


SS 


7 


8 


82 


34 


37 


6a 


17 


SB 


61 


106 


28 


1) 


J 


41 


41 


Zi 


81 


21 


45 


55 


24 


28 


53 


45 


36 


IJ 


5 


S3 


23 


45 


20 


44 


3!i 


25 


23 


43 


80 


20 


37 


18 


3 


11 


36 


8 


8 


4 


18 


11 


U 


8 


1 





18 


IS 


1 


24 


32 


21 


25 


27 


26 


18 


35 


25 


87 


29 


34 


11 


u 


S 


11 


a 


6 


6 


4 


16 


9 


17 


8 


1 


•5 



Jielative gtanding of the MiOshipmen of the Second CIom— 



Atldna, Arthur Kennedy Hoatana 

Atkinson, Jobu Franhlin Oeorgia 

Anstin, Charles Morrison Tennoaaee 

Bfiggaley 'WiUiani Pennsylvania... 

Baker, Virgil Tenneasee 

Beall, Grafton Afibnry jr West Virginia.. 

Blasdel, FranciaQainea NewYork 

Border, Leo Scott Iowa 

Bowen, Harold Gardiner Rhode Island -.. 

Brown, Hagh ,. Indiana 

Bumhain, Hubert Illinois 

Caldwell, Turner Foster Tennessee 

Campbell, Malwilm, jr New Jersey 

Canaga, Bruce Livingston... Ohio i 

Carter, -\iidrew Francis.. South Carolinii.. 

Carter, Glenn Owen Ohio 

Church Albert Thouiaa Idaho 

Coffey Reuben Burton Misaouri 

Coman, Vaughn Kimball- Wiaconflin. 

Cook, Arthur Byron Indiana 

Court, Alvah Breaker Texas 

Cox, OrmA&d Lee Ohio 

Cresap, Logan Maryland 

Culbertson, William Linn, jr Iowa 

Cnlp, Eosa Sherman Ohio 

Davis, Louis PoisBon North Carolina . 

Dortch, Isaac Foote ,. Alabama 

Dowell, Jonathan Stuart, jr... I Texas 

Durr. Ernest j Oregon 

Dntton, Benjamin, jr Pennsylvania,.. 

le, William Edgar Arkansas.. 

Eklnnd. Frank Nathaniel- California 



Ellyson, Theodore Gordoi 

Farley Louis Calott 

Farwell, Earle 

Fawell. Reed Marquett. .- 
Ferguson John Norwood. . 

Fraubenberger, Hugo 

Friedell. "Wilhelm Lee 

Furber Robert Samuel 

Fnrloiig William Bea 

] Oaddis, William Peace .... 



. Virginia . . 



3S, 1901 
34,1901 
9,1901 
9,1901 
!S,1901 
35,1901 
34,1901 
4,1901 
a, 190] 
9,1901 
39,1901 
31,1901 



NewYork 

Nebraska , 

North Carolina 

. Wtst Virginia 

Arkansas 

. Minnesota 

. Pennsylvania 

Alabama 



),1901 
. 9,1901 
) 8,1901 
.34,1901 
0,1901 
0,1901 
29,1901 
33,1901 
21,1901 
11,1901 
9,1901 
0,1901 
8,1901 
8,1001 
23,1901 
9,1901 
10, 1901 
23,1901 
32,1001 
9,1001 
4,1901 
22, 1901 
9,1901 
33,1901 
24,1901 
23,1901 
10, 1901 
37, 1901 
34,1901 
37,1001 



SKCX>N1> CLASS. 



77 



rs^Annual JElxaminatum, May, 1904, 



Order uf merit in — 




• 

8 
S 

1 


i 

3 


Efficiency. 


1 


• 

r 
%) 

s 

O 
U 

a 

8 

St; 


• 

."C 

1 

e 

'S 

u 

i 

o 


47 


48 


28 


109 


157 


65 


97 


108 


42 


11 


25 


95 


86 


99 


97 


90 


111 


104 


76 


74 


'71 


49 


58 


87 


76 


67 


92 


87 


109 


97 


67 


71 


88 


82 


100 


66 


66 


68 


104 


115 


222 




4 


40 


13 


6 


14 


6 


47 


29 


52 


26 


84 


40 


59 


40 


57 


1 


2 


60 


61 


108 


97 


114 


206 




37 


82 


78 


41 


45 


80 


67 


67 


85 


39 


44 


76 


89 


65 


18 


21 


31 


89 


59 


56 


48 


21 


81 


56 


41 


99 


80 


78 


84 


88 


15 


20 


83 


11 


26 


18 


8 


60 


16 


36 


42 


10 


102 


95 


' 85 


47 


49 




68 


65 


5 


44 


48 


84 


18 


6 


6 


81 


85 


14 


1 


8 


19 


26 


88 


8 


14 


79 


10 


99 


124 


15 


86 


108 


85 


78 


90 


70 


57 


101 


57 


68 


71 


78 


27 


15 


66 


61 


67 


86 


26 


48 


66 


97 


122 


58 


51 


85 


48 


23 


82 


56 


48 


76 


80 


76 

1 


87 


52 


95 


71 


44 


38 


1 43 


72 


100 


69 


33 


86 


42 


72 


115 


32 


97 


65 


72 


98 


67 


80 


73 


1 85 


104 


85 


38 


48 


20 


112 


163 


28 


76 


35 


114 


74 


86 


46 


76 


93 


109 


106 


; 141 


88 


17 


87 


28 


47 


50 


17 


3 


5 


8 


4 


9 


2 


74 


69 


52 


52 


56 


68 


63 


87 


44 


6 


16 


48 


86 


18 


18 


68 


76 


81 


91 


103 


112 


104 


186 


107 



78 



RELATIVE STANDD70 — 



Belative standing of the Midshipmen of the Second CUuh- 



•c 

a 



e 
if 
u 



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t I 



19 
09 
16 
44 
81 
04 
S4 
00 
47 
42 



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25 ; 

18 ; 
\){) ' 

50 

41 : 

so ' 

12 ; 

h:j ; 

oo ' 

20 I 

t ! 

35 ; 
24 ; 

07 
02 

t 
71 

02 

00 

57 

*0 

t 
29 

«7 



« Name. 



State from which 
Ai^xrinted. 



DitecC 



Qawne, James Orville 

Glover, Hamilton Freer 

Gordon, Samnel _. 

Goss, Nelson Henry 

Green, Burton Hepburn 

Greenlee, Half ord Robert 

Haines, Gordon Wayne 

Hargis, Edward Guerran t 

Hayne, Isaac William 

Hooper, Stanford Caldwell 

Ilowze, Gerald 

Hutchins, Hamilton Eugene 

Iiij^orsoll, Royal Eason 

Irvine, Robert Leo 

Irwin, Hiram Leech _ 

Jackson, Robert Allen 

Jaiiu^s, Anthony John 

Kays, Herbert Emory 

Laird, Horace Christopher 

Lassin^, Walter Hamilton 

Lawton, Sylvester Howard, jr 

lienry, Ilorbort Fairfax 

LiKK**tt, Winfield, jr 

LiKhtle. William Tupper 

Lohr, Carl Amos 

Loiid(m, John Jackson 

McCandless. Byron 

McClintic, William Stanley 

McNair , Lanrance North - 

McSheehy, Edward Lloyd 

Mm^Fall, Roscoo Conkling 

Mandeville, John Appleton 

Maraton, Cobum Steward 

MaxHon, Herbert Hart 

Minor, Lucian 

Morrison, Joe Ralph 

Neilson, Raymond Perry Rodgers 

Newton, John Henry, jr 

Mmitz, Chester William 

Norris, Albert 

Oberlin, Edgar Garfield 

Ogauy Joseph Vance ,--.. 



New York 

South Carolina 

New York 

Indiana 

Wisconsin 

Illinois 

G^rgia 

Kentucky 

South Carolina 

California 

Alabama 

At large 

Indiana 

Utah 

Pennsylvania 

Virginia 

Illinois 

Arizona 

Texas 

Kentucky ". 

Ohio 

Maryland 

Virginia 

Arkansas 

Michigan 

North Carolina ... 

Colorado 

Virginia 

New York 

Indiana 

New Jersey 

Georgia 

Maine 

Nevada 

Texas .1. 

Maine 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Texas 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio 

Ohio 



May 28,1901 
May 24, IM 
Jime 8,1901 
Sept 10, 1901 
Sept25,19ia 
Sept 11,1901 
June 8,1901 
Sept 9,1901 
June 8,19011 
Sept 6,1901 
Mar. 15,1901^ 
July 20.1900] 
May 21, 1901 
May 24, 1901 
May 22,1901 
May 21,1901 
Sept 12, 1901 
Sept 80, 1901 
Sept 9,1901 
May 20,1901 
Sept 9,1901 
Sept 28, 1901 
June 8,1901 
Sept. 13, 1901 
Sept. 10, 1901 
Sept 9,1901 
Sept. 23, 1901 
Sept. 23, 1901 
May 22,1901 
May 22.1901 
Sept 10, 1901 
Sept 24, 1901 
June 4,1901 
Sept 25, 1901 
Sept. 28, 1901 
June 8,1901 
Jime 8,1901 
June 4,1901 
Sept 9,1901 
June 8,1901 
May 22, 1901 
Sept 11,1901 



SECOND CLASS. 



79 



lis menben— Annual Examination, May, i^-f— Continued. 





Jf Order of merit In— 

ML 


■ 






• • 












• 


■c 

i 


1 


1 E-CrS 






• 






1 


1 

1 


1 

1 i ! I 

1 >• 1 * 


2 !^* J' 

5 9 f 

1 ^ 1 




• 

8 

S 


8 

1 


1 
1 


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u 

C 
o 

e 




5 


"5 

u 

JS 


o 

u 

9 

o 


r' 1 

h 1 


'38 18 18 


29 


20 


18 


16 


28 


68 


76 


10 


18 7 


^ 109 76 106 


95 


104 


111 


88 


05 


17 


80 


00 


17 8 


89 25 17 


18 


16 


16 


87 


71 


26 


84 


16 


19 4 

1 


18 43 1 52 


40 


56 


54 


02 


44 


26 


84 


44 


17 4 


61 76 


76 95 


67 


50 


108 


02 


82 


100 


81 


19 8 


102 91 


99 88 


95 


104 


71 


66 


68 


71 


04 


17 8 


62 76 


27 


109 


70 


110 


88 


88 


81 


00 


84 


16 11 


85 102 


47 


89 


86 


70 


74 


118 


118 


188 


06 


18 2' 


108 58 


61 


47 


85 


18 


118 


102 


67 


78 


47 


17 


. 88 51 


61 


42 


50 


89 


54 


78 


88 


40 


42 


18 5 


80 15 


23 


36 


65 


59 


58 


28 


8 


8 


88 


17 8 


114 115 


113 


115 


115 


111 


88 


115 


108 


156 


._,,_,» 


17 U 


2 2 


6 


6 


1 


10 


11 


1 


16 


27 


5 


18 7 


28 51 


68 


19 


26 


29 


40 


25 


11 


26 


25 


19 8 


47 42 


11 


30 


14 


10 


24 


52 


05 


118 


18 


18 


78 110 


103 


94 


79 


104 


18 


07 


80 


07 


00 


: 16 2 


54 73 


66 TS 


84 


57 


4 


48 


04 


116 


50 


; 18 10 


78 38 


45 49 


89 


80 


54 


57 


48 


47 


41 


IT 5 


82 97 


82 


42 


82 


74 


106 


73 


72 


79 


80 


i 20 6 


58 71 


65 


62 


46 


48 


82 


78 


60 


65 


58 


18. 9 


92 94 


99 


74: 


05 


97 


52 


04 


82 


100 


80 


15 11 


3 4 


8 


4: 


5 


6 


1 


2 


58 


63 


4 


19 6 


20 45 


13 


13 


14 


10 


25 


62 


55 


50 


12 


; 18 11 


22 38 40 1 


69 


86 


104 


48 


88 


44 


48 


63 


19 .. 


96 105 


86 


T8 


56 


51 


80 


95 


10 


28 


74 


18 7' 


84 97 


60 


85 


89 


59 


84 


102 


74 


85 


83 


19 11 


42 42 


47 


16 


11 


22 


81 


28 


57 


61 


22 


18 11 


18 20 


81 


32 


24 


28 


86 


8 


02 


112 


26 


16 11 


37 73 


HI 


59 


97 


76 


08 


47 


100 


127 





18 9 


70 84 


84 


4:1 


20 


24 


22 


88 


44 


48 


85 


19 5 


71 30 


54 


19 


28 


88 


22 


20 


26 


83 


24 


19 2 


38 38 


71 


53 


82 


85 


68 


88 


00 


111 


67 


16 10 


50 55 


43 


33 


52 


80 


112 


20 


110 


162 


62 


17 9 1 


115 109 


114 


111 


114 


82 


40 


62 


50 


64 




17 1 


iOO 68 02 1 


84: 


110 


54 


10 


66 


11 


25 


71 


17 7 


99 97 


71 


89 


04 


76 


67 


104 


85 


104 


92 


19 6 


42 45 


106 S2 


100 


80 


58 


42 


65 


72 


60 


19 5 


62 55 


103 6» 


43 


48 


46 


70 


38 


40 


57 


16 6 


U 12 


14 14 


8 


8 


8 





17 


20 





19 1 4 1 


04 90 


21 ^ 


80 


80 


115 


83 


2 


7 




19 7 


27 13 


83 I 14= 


30 


42 


78 


16 


95 


118 


20 


17 9 


37 6 




lO 


I 9 


10 


7 


7 


57 


11 


26 


7 



80 



RELATIVE STANDING — 



-Relative standing of the Midshipmen of the Second Class — 



s 

» 

s 



C 

c 



91 
64 
45 

t 
51 

102 
73 
61 
21 
54 
77 
27 
28 
58 
99 
*1 
87 
48 

106 
49 
20 
86 
82 
♦8 

♦11 
93 

103 

106 
75 

101 
32 



Name. 



Orr, Henry Atwood _- 

Pegg, Elliott Morgan 

Pegram, George Cargill _• 

Pond, John Enoch 

Poole, John Morton, III 

Rawle, Henry 

Reno, Walter Elsworth 

Robinson, Edward Small 

Root, Edmund Spence 

Sears, Arthur Wesley 

Self ridge, Duncan Ingraham 

Shaw, Charles Harlan 

Shipp, Earl Roof 

Shoemaker, Harry Earl 

Smeallie, John Morris 

Smithy Roy Charles 

Smith, Simeon Burke 

Spears, William Oscar 

Steele, Benjamin Harrison 

Stewart, George Vandenburgh 

Stott, Arthur Curtiss, jr 

Strassburger, Ralph Beaver 

Sumpter, John Cullin 

SwansoHy Ernest Arthur 

Sweeney, John CalYin, jr 

Townsend, Lloyd Woolsey 

Wadsworth, Alexander Scammell, jr 

Whiting, Kenneth 

Wilcox, John Walter, jr 

Woods, James Sterrett 

Woodson, Walter Brown 



state from which ap- 
pointed. 



Michigan 

Pennsylvania 

Tennessee 

Hawaii .-.. 

Delaware 

Pennsylvania 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio - 

Michigan 

Dist. of Columbia 
Massachusetts — 

Missouri 

Indiana - 

New York 

Michigan 

Arkansas 

Tennessee 

Kansas 

New York 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Kentucky 

Iowa 

Tennessee 

New Jersey 

North Carolina .. 

New York 

Georgia 

Pennsylvania 

Virginia 



Date of 
admission. 



May 


27 


1 
,1901 


Sept. 


18, 


4901 


June 


4, 


,1901 


Sept. 


9 


,1901 


May 


23, 


,1901 


June 


8 


,1901 


Sept. 


9, 


,1901 


May 


22 


,1901 


May 


26, 


,1901 


June 


8, 


,1901 


June 


8, 


,1901 


June 


6 


,1901 


Sept. 


12, 


,1901 


Sept. 


7, 


,1901 


Sept. 


9, 


,1901 


Sept. 


6, 


,1901 


May 


21, 


,1901 


May 


21, 


,1901 


May 


27, 


,1901 


Sept. 


18, 


1901 


June 


8, 


1901 


May 


22, 


1901 


Sept. 


10, 


,1901 


Sept. 


23, 


,1901 


June 


8, 


1901 


Sept. 


11, 


1901 


Sept. 


12, 


1901 


May 


24, 


1901 


May 


21, 


,1901 


May 


24, 


1901 


Sept. 


26, 


1901 



SECOND CLASS. 
Examination, Maj/, J9f)4— Gontdnaed. 



iOiSL 


OnlfroriDHHlD— 










1;. 














i 










Ill 














1 


i 


i 


■ 


1 




1 


1 




f 


j 


1 


1 

•s 

J_ 


17 




ss 


105 


71 


81 


74 


54 


60 


104 


110 


163 


91 


18 




w 


61 


40 


a7 


40 


70 


44 


85 


17 


29 


64 


n 




il 


«0 


86 


60 


62 


97 


20 


18 


23 


33 


45 


17 




104 


105 


m 


111 


97 


113 


111 


73 


101 


121) 





17 




eo 


48 


63 


88 


74 


80 


88 


25 


49 


54 


51 


17 




74 


94 


102 


01 


113 


91 


88 


85 


87 


122 


103 


10 


10 


90 


M 


85 


42 


83 


83 


95 


111 


103 


131 


73 


le 




33 


38 


47 


57 


53 


28 


95 


S7 


107 


146 


61 


19 




23 


S2 


18 


34 


20 


34 


46 


83 


23 


82 


21 


19 




«3 


70 


39 


77 


46 


63 


16 


63 


49 


64 


54 


41 





38 


71 


K 


63 


111 


114 


52 


28 


56 


60 


77 


16 




U 


15 


45 


47 


28 


46 


9 


62 


41 


46 


27 


18 




a 


27 


16 


34 


40 


47 


76 


38 


8 


20 


28 


18 




74 


86 


68 


67 


64 


91 


27 


62 


89 


44 


58 


15 





as 


97 


SB 


Sfl 


104 


103 


82 


85 


103 


181 


09 


18 




1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


a 


a 


4 


6 


16 


1 


17 




«4 


45 


63 


M 


35 


21 


19 


80 


93 


114 


37 


15 




58 


78 


71 


69 


40 


33 


37 


109 


63 


CO 


48 


IS 




118 


108 


85 


106 


104 


104 


86 


108 


77 


88 


106 


10 




57 


60 


ea 


69 


4« 


70 


11 


48 


83 


37 


40 


17 




20 


8 


64 


10 


31 


83 


18 


10 


'9 


21 


20 


18 j 1 


68 


U4 


36 


80 


83 


70 


86 


78 


87 


100 


86 


19 2 


M 


63 


90 


59 


79 


101 


101 


86 


79 


94 


83 


19 6 


23 


IS 


5 


8 


6 


5 


45 


23 


17 


20 


8 


15 


9 


13 


11 


8 


11 


13 


13 


21 


6 


S3 


40 


11 


19 


3 


66 


76 


91 


106 


103 


86 


107 


63 


70 


78 


93 


18 




»4 


lot 


86 


104 


100 


91 


60 


107 


105 


130 


108 


19 


10 


76 


103 


1IJ5 


97 


104 


108 


114 


10 


87 


110 


105 


19 


1 


58 


76 


71 


G6 


72 


108 


93 


28 


62 


69 


76 


17 


9 


97 


113 


66 


01 


102 


96 


no 


97 


54 


57 


101 


,. 


It 


S4 


U 


S9 


28 


87 


37 


35 


41 


70 


77 


33 



82 



RELATIVE STANDING — 



Relative standing of the Midshipmen of the Third Class— 



c 

i 






o 



89 
73 
9 
85 
23 
19 
3 
70 

114 
97 
47 

103 
42 

103 
62 

119 
41 

107 
16 

tt 

t 
12 

91 

65 

1 
25 
98 

?• 
33 
20 
80 
79 
123 

r 
120 

5 

ac 

35 

128 

01 

30 

4 



Name. 



State from which 
appointed. 



Aiken, Hngh Kerr 

Alexander, George Andrew. 
Allen, Hugh 

Anderson, Leslie Barratt--. 
Armstrong, Eldred Bewes _. 

Atkins, Lew Morton 

Barker, William Cyms, jr.. 

Bartlett, Owen 

Battle, Samuel Westray, jr. 

Bean, Paul Jones 

Bell, Andrew Lane 

Bernheim, Lynn Bernard... 

Bogart, Isaac Crabell 

Bonvillian, Claude Albert . . 

Booth, William Harris 

Brainard, Roland Munroe .. 
Bristol, Arthur Leroy, jr... 

Brooks, Jere Hutchins 

Bryan, George Sloan 

Cabaniss, Robert Wright--. 

Cake, Stuart William 

Calhoun, William Lowndes. 
Carstein, Loreiiz William . . 

Causey, Lewis Dean 

Chantry, Allan J., jr 

Chainn, Ned Leroy _. 

Clarke, Wilfred Everett.-.. 

Coale, George Goodrich 

Coffin, Vestal Phelps _" 

Collins, Julian Herbert 

Connor, John Francis 

Cooley. Hollis Mosely 

Cox, John Franklin 

Darlow, George Mansfield _. 

Davis, Garrett Keene 

Decatur, Stephen, jr 

Decker, Walter Boardnian.. 

Delano, Ilarvov _ 

DixoTi, John 

Dohorty, Stephen 

Draeniel, Milo F 

Drake, Whitford 



Louisiana 

Ohio— 

Wisconsin 

Pennsylvania 

Indiana 

Montana 

Utah 

At large 

North Carolina . . . 

Texas 

Massachusetts 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

Louisiana _- 

Virginia 

At large 

South Carolina ... 

Michigan 

North Carolina . . . 

Alabama 

Pennsylvania 

Florida 

Massachusetts 

Mississippi _ 

Iowa -- 

California 

Tennessee .— 

Indiana 

Idaho - 

South Carolina . . . 

Ohio 

Michigan _. 

Indiana 

Indiana _-. 

Kentucky 

New Hampshire . . 

New Jersey 

Illinois 

Alabama 

Illinois 

Nebraska 

Massachusetts 



Date of 
admission. 



May 14 
Sept. 25 
May 7 
Aug. 80 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 23 
Oct. 3 
Sept. 25 
Aug. 29 
Sept. 2 
Aug. 29 
Aug. 29 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 2 
May 10 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 23 
Aug. 29 
Aug. 30 
Sept. 23 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 23 
Aug. 29 
May 7 
Sept. 11 
Nov. 21 
May 8 
May 8 
Sept. 23 
Sept. 25 
May 5 
Sept. 27 
Aug. 15 
Sept. 24 
May 14 
Nov. 21 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 25 
Aug. 30 
Aug. 29 
Sept. 1 
Sept. 26 



1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 



THIRD CLASS. 



83 



140 members— Annual Examinatiofi, May, 1904. 



adnuaioD. 


if 

Order of merit in — 


Number of demeriU. 




i 

1 

>> 


• 

•< 

ma 

e 


1 1 

i 

8 




i 

B 

e 


• 
1 

s 
< 

3 

1 

au 


■ 

(e 



a 


• 

0. 
1 


a 

>» 

C 

S 

s 



c 

e 


• 

•c 

9 

a 

1 

a 

S) 




17 


1 

7 


42 


112 


97 


77 


101 


83 


1 

70 


127 


228 


89 


18 


6 


52 


95 


70 


94 


64 


118 


38 


48 


86 


78 


16 


7 


8 


67 


7 


23 


24 


21 


23 


42 


80 


9 


J7 


11 


78 


112 


110 


34 


51 


88 


97 


91 


145 


85 


16 3 


38 


37 


16 


13 


85 


1 


19 


53 


96 


23 


is; 


27 


24 


9 


22 


18 


21 


31 


4 


21 


19 


19 3 


1 


12 


6 


2 


5 


45 


79 


17 


51 


3 


18 





93 


39 


120 


46 


27 


28 


4 


28 


63 


70 


18 


9 129 


107 


132 


53 


58 


81 


7 


109 


185 


114 


18 


5 


105 


132 


42 


87 


51 


88 


123 


130 


227 


97 


16 


10 


56 


' 30 


28 


79 


47 


40 


85 


96 


158 


47 


17 


2 


104 


107 


60 


85 


118 


81 


119 


121 


210 


103 


17 


11 


33 


131 


23 


70 


78 


101 


70 


58 


102 


42 


16 


10 


61 


124 


84 


129 


95 


112 


107 


87 


138 


103 


16 


11 


20 


79 


56 


88 


123 


95 


127 


75 


122 


52 


16 


4 


122 


133 


97 


123 


35 


69 


10 


98 


152 


119 


16 1 2 


42 


21 


42 


59 


88 


90 


27 


81 


127 


41 


17 11 


88 


75 


68 


121 


122 


138 


131 


82 


132 


107 


17 8 


17 


10 


14 


11 


32 


18 


85 


29 


68 


16 


18 8 


64 


31 


105 


79 


39 


45 


99 


137 


259 




16; 6 


97 


85 


134 


41 


108 


104 


90 


138 


268 





18 2 


9 


24 


11 


19 


41 


23 


8 


02 


111 


12 


18! 3 


105 


70 


82 


63 


86 


64 


115 


93 


152 


91 


18 1 


10 


49 


116 


76 


83 


64 


61 


73 


18 


54 


65 


19 4 


2 


1 


1 


11 


20 


1 


3 


10 


37 


1 


17, 11 


23 


35 


19 


32 


106 


38 


34 


62 


111 


25 


19 4 


105 


121 


55 


121 


101 


47 


90 


53 


96 


98 


17 


9 


134 


125 


128 


135 


120 


114 


85 


29 


69 




16; 8 

1 


20 


52 


57 


35 


35 


33 


54 


91 


145 


33 


17' 11 


20 


52 


4 


26 


126 


57 


79 


26 


67 


20 


20 


38 


14 


m 


76J 


101 


78i 


73 


56 


98 


30 


19, 1 • 


71 


52 


101 


73 


13 


65 


90 


89 


141 


79 


18; 8 


126 


99 


186 


118 


114 


54 


107 


123 


211 ' 


123 


15 10 


108 
121 


105 


34 


46 


129 


123 






1 




19 


125 


76 


106 


136 


109 


85 


99 


162 


120 


16 7 


4 


4 


12 


4 


15 


3 


2 


110 


180 


5 


18 3 


49 


9 


57 


26 


78 


16 


27 


75 


122 


36 


19 11 


60 


50 


18 


68 


49 


51 


59 


21 


59 


35 


19 


116 


116 


113 


131 


134 


138| 


138 


100 


163 


128 


19 6 


67 


86 


95 


31 


68 


87 


54 


9 


35 


61 


18 3 


46 


63 


50 


28 


68 


38 


25 


26 


67 


36 


19 


ll 


2 


11 


' 15 


1 


9 


4 


19 


62 


112 


4 



84 



RELATIVE STANDING — 



Rdatit^e standing of the Midshipmen of the Third Class— 



o 
E 



a 
be 



O 




56 
84 
96 
92 
39 
66 
28 
57 
83 

100 
11 
17 

122 

105 
71 
21 
62 

110 
77 
55 

115 
74 
31 

111 

118 
67 
15 

130 
87 

t 
129 

121 
72 
18 
82 
13 

108 
26 

112 
99 
82 
53 



Emerson, Herbert Franklin 

Ewell, Laurence Middleton 

Field, Philip Henry 

Fitch, Aubrey Wray 

Fletcher, Frank Jack 

Foster, Worth Wright 

French, Herbert Justice 

Fuller, Douglas Wardell 

Fuller, Henry Grafton ._ 

Qarcelon, Arthur Alton, jr 

Ghormley, Robert Lee 

Glassford, William Alexander, jr 

Goldman, Jefferson Briscoe 

Grady, Ronan Calistus _- . 

Graves, Carroll Stephen 

Hall. William Alden 

Hall, Wolcott Ellsworth 

Harter, Robert Locke 

Hartigan, Charles Conway 

Hayes, William Parsons 

Henderson, Samuel Lenow 

Hickey, Andrew Samuel . . - 

Howard, Douglas Legate . . _ 

Howe, William Bingham 

Hughes, Raleigh Edward 

Jacobs, Walter Frederick 

Jensen, Henry Martin 

Johnson, Bradley Tyler, jr 

Jones, Harold 

Keene. George Frederick, jr 

Keller, Charles Stanley 

Kelly, Hemdon Browning 

Kidd, Isaac Campbell 

Knox, Harry Gard _ 

Lake, George Ernest 

Lorshbough, Walter William. .. 

Lowe, Robert Vivian 

Lowmau, Roy Leighton 

Lynch, Charles McKenna 

McCain, John Sidney 

McDonald, Ray Straith 

McWhorter, Charles Stokely 



State from which 
appoiDted. 



South Dakota 

Maryland 

Colorado 

Michigan 

Iowa . .- — . 

Indiana 

Missouri 

Maine 

Vermont -_-_. 

Maine 

Idaho 

New Mexico 

Louisiana 

Massachusetts 

Washington 

Massachusetts 

Massachusetts 

Kansas 

New York _ 

Kentucky 

Arkansas 

New York 

Illinois 

South Dakota 

Oregon 

Connecticut 

Minnesota 

At large 

Alabama 

Rhode Island 

Pennsylvania 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

At large 

Illinois 

North Dakota 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsvlvania 

M i ssissippi 

North Dakota 

Georgia 



Date of 
admission. 



S^pt. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept.' 

Aug. 

Aug. 

May 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

May 

May 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

May 

May 

Nov. 

Sept. 

May 

Aug. 

May 

Nov. 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

May 

iMay 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Nov. 

May 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Nov. 



23, 
29, 

27, 

8, 
86. 
30, 
28, 
8, 
8, 
25, 
23, 
30, 
10, 
10, 
24, 
29, 
29, 

5. 
10, 

21, 

24, 

10, 

29, 

10, 

22, 

8, 

2, 

25, 

2. 

10. 

10, 

10, 

23, 

25, 

10, 

21, 

8, 

2, 

10, 

25, 

22, 

22, 



1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1901 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1901 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 



THIRD CLASS. 



85 



memben^AmntaiJSspominatian, May, 15^4— Continued. 



bDJMfoO. / 




Order of merit in- 


• 






Number of demerits. 

• 




/ S / 

1/5 / 


'.1 


M 

1 


• 

% 

a 
8 

& 


• 

a 

1 

1 

a 


• 

1 

Bk 

1 

a 
* 
ja 

% 


• 

S 
•s 

E 
H 


• 

u 

9 

a 

a 


• 

• 
B 

« 

s 

I. 
e 

■E 

o 


1 65 1 


re 


47 


63 


89 


107 


112 


26 


66 


56 


6 23 


lOl 


42 


70 


1 


16 


27 


116 


191 


34 


8 52 


81 lOl 


99 


56 


85 


43 


125 


222 


96 


I 66 / 


118 1 lOO 


110 


95 


57 


6 


35 


74 


92 


36 


43 




38 


37 


55 


78 


38 


113 


190 


39 


89 


81 


120 


73 


33 


79 


54 


65 


114 


66 


41 


19 




36 


28 


64 


44 


97 


46 


83 


28 


89 


86 




76 


94 


13 


99 


73 


19 


57 


57 


74 


■" 


i2S 


127 


58 


75 


28 


12 


47 


85 


83 


71 


121 


no 


107 


24 


92 


107 


42 


80 


100 


7 




21 




34 


19 


34 


10 


8 


3 


17 


11 


19 




7 




13 


30 


3 


15 


16 


59 


104 


17 


115 




68 




117 


133 


121 


101 


43 


89 


141 


122 


124 




76 


120 


69 


27 


69 


10 


96 


158 


105 


68 




14: 


126 


17 


49 


54 


65 


118 


194 


71 


14 




as 


17 


21 


31 


62 


43 


82 


122 


21 


88 




61 1 


40 


41 


71 


76 


31 


121 


210 


62 


111 




133 


124 


101 


23 


30 


59 


60 


106 


110 


87 


lOl 


65 


83 


46 


104 


65 


37 


75 


77 


65 


50 


' 


57 


49 


58 


20 


73 


73 


120 


55 


88 1 


67 




132 


102 


94 


127 


127 


73 


120 


115 


80 I 


70 


84 


81 


11 


69 


12 


67 


116 


74 


ao 1 


oo 


88 


8 


83 


65 


38 


8 


32 


31 


97 \ 


130 


117 


85 


58 


114 


90 


75 


121 


111 


124 1 


81 


70 


99 


138 


131 


133 


69 


119 


113 


74 


as 


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Name. 



State from which 
appointed. 



Madden, Wilson Erls 

Manly, Matthias Evans 

Mann, Richard Ray 

Marzoni, Pettersen Barto 

Mayo, Claude Banks - 

Metcalf, Victor Nicholson 

Meyers, Arthur Christian 

Meyer, Clifford Plauche 

Miller, George William 

Miller, John Paul 

Morrison, Donald Pettit 

Morton, George 

Moses, Edward Seabring 

Nagle, Percival Edmund Darragh . _ 

Newton, William Flewellen 

Noyes, Leigh 

Olding, James Perdue 

Peacock, William Thomas 

Pence, Harry Langley 

Perkins, Fred Milton _ 

Rees, Albert Shafner 

Reichmuth, Ferdinand Louis 

Riebe, Herbert Bernard 

Roberts, Frank Hamilton ._ 

Robinson, Francis Martin 

Rogers, Fred Fremont 

Russell, Christopher August 

Scudder , Randolph Perry 

Sharp, Alexander, jr 

Shute, Isaac Clarke 

Smith, Norman Murray 

Smith, Roy Francis 

Spofford, Robert Willsie .-. _ 

Stai)ler, John Taylor Ganso 

Stevenson, William HoUister 

Stiles, William Callender Irvine 

Stirling, Archibald Graham .- - 

Tiiffinder, Sherwoode Ayerst 

Taylor, Conant 

Tilloy, Benjamin Franklin, jr 

Towers, John Henry _ 

Turnbull, Archibald Douglas 



Texas 

North Carolina . . 

At large 

Florida 

Mississippi 

California 

Missouri 

Louisiana 

Mississippi 

Kentucky 

Missouri 

Virginia 

New York 

New York 

Georgia 

Vermont 

Nevada 

New York 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Tennessee 

Wisconsin 

Minnesota 

Connecticut 

Pennsylvania 

Illinois 

Massachusetts . . - 

Washington 

At large 

New Jersey 

South Carolina. . . 

Minnesota 

Kansas 

New York 

North Carolina - - 

Minnesota .-. 

Maryland 

California 

New York . . 

At large 

Georgia 

At large _.. 



I>ateor 
admiasion. 



Sept. 2 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 4 
Nov. 21 
Sept. 23 
Sept. 24 
May 12 
May 10 
Sept. 2 
Aug. 29 
Aug. 80 
Aug. 29 
May 10 
May 12 
Sept. 25 
Oct. 8 
Aug. 30 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 24 
May 22 
Nov. 21 
May 10 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 24 
Nov. 25 
Sept. 26 
May 10 
May 10 
Sept. 25 
Aug. 80 
May 10 
Nov. 21 
May 22 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 29 
Oct. 1 
Sept. 80 
Sept. 2 
Nov. 12 
Aug. 30 
Sept. 2 



1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1901 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1901 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 



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state from which 
appointed. 


I>ateor 
admiMion. 


106 


Walker. Reuben Lindsav 


Virg^ia 


Sept. 26, 1902 
Nov. 21, 1902 
Sept. 25, 1902 
Sept. 24, 1902 
Aug. 80, 1902 
Nov. 22, 1902 
June 8,1901 
Oct. 1, 1902 
Nov. 22, 1902 
Sept. 2,1902 
Sept. 2,1902 
Sept. 24, 1902 
Aug. 29, 1902 
Sept. 28, 1902 


10 


Wallace, Stephen Winchester 

Washburn, Edward Davis, ir -...-. 


Utah 


117 


West Virg^inia 

Massachusetts 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio 


29 


Welch, Leo Francis 


86 
8 


White, Robert Arnold 

Wilhelm, Au&rust Christian . 


98 


Williams, Joseph Ralph .. 


New Jersey 

Wyoming 

Maryland . 


6 


Willson, Russell 


45 


Wilson. Pierre Lifirht 


46 


Withers, Thomas, jr 

Wolleson, Edwin Armin 


Colorado 


109 


Illinois 


80 


Woodruff, Charles Armiio 


Pennsylvania 

Texas 


75 


Wood worth, Edwin Burke 


7 


Wright, George Barney 


Minnesota 



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KBLATIVE STANDING — 
Relative standing of the Midshipmen of the Fourth Clou — 



Abbett, Harry JefferBon 

Adams, Lester 

Allen, Ezra Griffin 

Almy, Eiiijiuiid DuiTi.iw 

Aiiiftden. WiUianiFriuIkner -. 
Atkina, Alfred Wallon 
Austin, Lawrence Hamilton.. 



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Bul>ri.,li.FP"l.rick Howard 

Baer, Joseph -- 

Bair, Maurice Zacharias 

Baker, Albert Asa 

Baker, Gny Etsos -.- 

Iliirkvr (^-irL.-!- Nathan 

Barleon, John Sherman 

Basaett, Clande Oscar 

Baiighman Cortlandt Chesterfield 

Beanregard, A, Tontant 

Beck, William Lewis 

Beehler, Weyinan Potter _ 

Bellinger Patrick Neison Lynch . . 

Beinis, Harold Medberry - 

Bernard, Eichard Field 

Bi-rry KatbanielEichom- 

Black bum, Cha.rle8 Talley 

Bowdey Georfte Hull 

Boyd, William Thomas, ]r 

Bradeu Frank Wilson . _ 

Bradley. Willis Winter, jr 

Branch, James Robinson 

Bratton, Leslie rmmett 

Ilii.iui, Alrrnl WhiMor, jr - 

Bmue, Baxter Hunter 

Bnice, Bryson - _ \ Iowa 

Bnrf ord, Eol «rt Allen - . j Florida 

Butt. Arthur Jordan | Alaltama 

Campbell, Harry ' Peunaylvaiiia 

Carpender Artlinr Schttjler ' New Jersey . 

CaMkey, <iarilaor Lemmnn j Micliigan 

CanHidy, Richard Edward j Counecticnt . 

Chambers, tlharies Fletcher Ohio 

Chemey, William - i WiHConBin .... 



Kentucky Jnne 1 

Maine | Jnne 2 

Pennsylvania July 1 

Kentucky June 2 

Kansas May 

New Jersey June 1 

Illinois - 

Jones' 
Jane 2! 
July I 
June 3i 
June 3: 

July : 
June II 
June 2- 

June II 
July 1 
June 31 
June 2- 
June 3i 
June 2; 
May I 
July 1 
June i: 
Junes: 
May I 
July ' 
May I 
June II 

May I 

June 3: 
July 3! 
Mar 31 
May I 
June 21 
May 1! 
June 21 
June 1! 



New York 

New York 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania 

New Hampshire .. 
Virginia 

Massachusetts 

Ohio 

Wasliington 

WefltTirginia 

Texas 

Missouri 

Maryland 

South Carolina 

Wisconsin 

Virginia 



Wyoming 

Pennsylvania ... 

Illinois ,.. 

niinoia 

North Dakota. .. 

New York 

Nebraska.'. 

Massachusetts . . 
Michigan -. 



FOURTH CIiASS. 



91 



§89 fiumben-' Annual MSaxunination^ May, 1904, 





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80 

275 

259 

164 

265 

238 

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62 

76 

46 

82 

58 

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90 

232 

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250 

161 

265 

205 

279 

179 

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64 

155 

277 

78 

33 

51 

112 

136 

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state from which 
appointed. 



Child, Warren Gerald 

Clarky Charles Robert 

Clark, Virginias Evans ..J, 

Clay, George Francis 

Clement, Emory Fitch 

Clement, Samnel Averett 

Cochrane, William Florence, jr 

Coe, William Gwynne 

Coffman, Richard Boush 

Cogswell, Francis 

Cohen, Albert Morris 

Conditt, John Hill 

Coj)eland, David Graham 

Corwin, Arie Alverdo 

Courts, George McCall 

Crenshaw, Russell Sydnor 

Crosse, Charles Washburn 

Cruse, James Thomas 

Camming, Jno. Whitlow Wetherell . 

Cammings, Damon Earhart 

Dallas, George Mifflin 

Danenhower, Sloan 

Davis, Guy Erwin 

Davy, Charles Gordon 

Dial, Haskell 

Dibrell, Aquilla Gibbs 

Dichman, Grattan CoUey 

Dickinson, John William 

Donaghue, Edward Losty 

Doxey , John Lockhart 

Da Bose, John Wesley 

Dunn, Charles Alfred 

Dyer, Horace 

Earle, John Bayliss California . . . 

Eccleston, Wilber Janes I Maryland 

Edwards, Richard Stanislaus i Pennsylvania 

Emrich, Roy Philip Illinois 

Evans, Joseph Simpscm i Pennsylvania 

Ewing, Edgar Adlai Illinois 

Farber, William Sims Indiana 

Farquhar, Allan Shannon ; Ohio 

Frank, Arthur William i Alabama 



Utah 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Michigan 

New York 

Virginia.- 

North Dakota 

Oregon 

Maryland 

New Hampshire . . 

Pennsylvania 

Tennessee 

South Carolina 

Michigan 

Dist. of Columbia - 

Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Nebraska 

Virginia 

Illinois 

Tenuessee 

New York 

New Hampshire . . 

California 

South Carolina . _ . 

Tennessee 

Georgia 

Tennessee 

Connecticut 

Arkansas 

Alabama 

Idaho 

Minnesota 



Date of 
admlBBion. 



June 11 
July 7 
June 11 
June 28 
June 26 
June 11 
May 6 
June 24 
June 22 
June 27 
June 12 
June 24 
June 29 
June 11 
June 25 
July 2 
May 22 
July 24 
June 24 
May 22 
May 6 
June 29 
June 25 
June 12 
June 24 
June 24 
July 6 
Sept. 24 
June 24 
May 7 
June 24 
July 15 
June 12 
June 24 
June 25 
June 25 
June 12 
June 13 
June 26 
July 1 
June 11 
June 29 



1903 
1908 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1902 
1903 
1903 
1908 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1908 
1903 
1908 
1903 
1903 
1908 



BEI,ATIVE STANDING — 
Relative itanding of the Midshipmen of the Fourth Clan— 




i FrellBen, Raymond Foss 

1 Qallowaj, Richard Somers 

i Gates, Louis Eftrl 

I Glaring, Henry Chalfant, jr 

5 Giffen Robert Car lyle — 

t Gill, Charles aiffard 

5 Gillmor Begiaald Everett 

i Qoliltbwaite Faulkner 

Gorham, George Burton 

1 Goesett, Benjamin Brown 

S Grcift Stuart Osmond 

i Grifflths, Philiii Orrin 

S Qrosa, Felis Eiiglebert 

i Gross, Roliert Frank 

J Gulliver LouiRjoseph 

5 Gygax, Felix Xerxes 

B Hall. James Lowe 

7 \ Hiiminond PI lilip Huston 

5 I Hanson, Ralph Tronbrld^ 

S 1 Heim.Schnyler Franklin 

7 Henilersoii, Etias Heckman 

i I Herbsler Victor Daniel 

3 , Heron, Kenneth 

1 Hewitt, Henry Kent 

> ', Hickey, Bemaril Francis 

i I Hicks, Will Whinery 

3 ■ HillfBlphard- 

J 1 llinkiinip. Clarence Nelson 

1 I Hotiba, Goodwin 

7 I Hodgraan William A claois 

3 I Holcomb, FranhlluPorteoiis — 

7 HolJen. Herbert Leeander 

S I Holliday Seymour E'lwar lis 

9 Hoover, John HowarJ 

1 I Horner, Ralph Burroughs 

J Ho vey, Charles Emerson 

i ' Howard, David Stewart Hoxie.. 

J Howard, Otia Woolworth 

J j Howell. JatoeaBmin 

3 I HHniphruy, Cliurchflll 

I ' Hunter, Donald Taylor __. 

! I Hyatt, Claudias Roscoe 



IWgt. of Colombia. 

New York - 

Pennsylvania 

Nebraska 

ITft-nRHa . 

Kentucky 

Michigan 

South Carolina 

Illinois 

California - 

New York 

Georgia 

Maine 

Blansas 

Michigan 

Alabama 

Ohio 

Indiana 

lUinois 

Pennsylvania 

California — ... . 

New Jersey 

New York 

Rhode Island 
New York.,, 

Delaware 

Wisconsin-,, 

Texas 

Montana 

Colorado 

New Hampshi 

Tesas 

Nebraska 

California ... 
Kentucky .,, 

Illinois 

Virginia 



June 29,1908 
Ang. 7,1903 
Jnne 26, 1903 
May 6, 1903 
Jane 36, 1903 
May 6,1903 
Ang. 1,1908 
Jnne 8,1908 
July 11,1903 
June 26, 1903 
Jnne 10, 1908 
June 26, 1903 
Jnly 7, 1908 
Jnne 18, 1003 
Jnne 16, 1908 
Jnne 10, 1003 
May 21,1903 
Jnne 13, 1908 
June 27, 1903 
June 25, 1003 
May 6,1903 
Jnne 26, 1003 
May 6,1003 
Jnne 29, 1903 
July 10,1003 
Jnne 29, 1008 
June 29, 1903 
Jnne 25, 1908 
May 5. 1908 
June 27, 1908 
July 3,1903 
Jnne 29, 1903 
June 26, 1908 
Jane 13, 1903 
June 29, 1908 
May 23,1903 
June 2e, 1908 
June 10. 1903 
June 29, 1903 
Jnne 26, 1903 
May 20,1903 



FOURTH CLASS. 



95 



fSSmemben—Annuai JSxatnination, May, i^C?.^- Continued. 





4 

i 

t 

> 






Order of merit in — 






Number of demerita. 








ill 


1 

• 
JS 

a 

s 


t 

a 

C 


C 

e 

1 

ja 


• 

a 
« 

E 
H 


1 

9 

n 
a 


1 
1 

r 
« 

a 

o 

u 
1 




19 


11 85 


27 


55 


118 


76 


46 


45 


45 




18 


9 234 


202 


99 


19 


286 


229 


154 


174 




17 




6 178 


241 


134 


252 


199 


212 


138 


216 




16 




3 153 


183 


190 


165 


171 


179 


118 


181 




16 


11 1 155 ( 


223 


245 


155 


248 


94 


69 


195 




17 


8 25 




91 


41 


248 


94 


172 


109 


54 


16 


190 




248 


187 


243 


282 


224 


146 


235 


20 


114 




126 


78 


78 


9 


65 


47 


84 


15 


3 

10 261 



















IS 


223 


240 


252 


278 


229 


156 


271 


18 


3 261 1 


259 


277 


61 


60 


256 


192 


258 


IS 


9 212 




276 


240 


210 


19 


157 


101 


244 


15 


11 38 




14 


23 


46 


289 


212 


138 


26 


18 


6 j 134 




111 


223 


267 


171 


199 


126 


192 


19 


7 


164 




52 


78 


230 


188 


279 


268 


183 


19 


2 


82 




18 


48 


203 


61 


16 


34 


56 


19 


2 1 195 




104 


200 


194 


124 


46 


45 


166 


19: 


2 67 




64 


208 


25 


218 


66 


55 


67 


16 


6 11 




1 


13 


73 


146 


82 


63 


*5 


' 19 


6 158 




165 


229 


185 


264 


186 


119 


199 


19 


8f 


242 




175 


190 


210 


248 


273 


246 


257 


i; 


n 


202 




133 


175 


277 


139 


32 


41 


202 


19 


11 


186 




259 


255 


218 


26 


199 


126 


233 


16 




5 


8 




41 


51 


160 


260 


203 


131 


24 


18 




5 


278 I 


111 


179 


274 


103 


108 


75 


235 


17 




11 


266 I 


202 


284 


269 


188 


249 


183 


278 


19 




2 


12 


10 


81 


46 


114 


46 


44 ' 


*12 


19 







155 1 


126 


147 


9 


124 


71 


57 


92 


19 




11 


218 \ 


157 


190 


11 


76 


6 


22 


141 


19 




4 


139 I 


104 


172 


269 


260 


186 


119 i 


187 


18 




6 1 16 I 


25 


8 


141 


124 


32 


40 


*13 


\8 


3 170 \ 


188 


245 


46 


87 


32 


41 


157 


^"^l 


8 1 170 \ 


126 


175 


170 


26 


207 


132 


176 


16* 


\ 139 \ 


165 


124 


119 


163 


203 


131 


159 


18 


8 \ ^24 \ 


111 


120 


230 


124 


162 


104 


194 


18 


M '^^ \ 


221 


61 


115 


94 


260 


203 


129 


18 


o\ 71 


59 


73 


256 


60 


86 


64 


88 


16 


3 1 IW 


255 


73 


4 


146 


226 


148 


146 


^' 


10 \ 1B9 1 


i 126 


41 


73 


124 


240 


170 


120 


^ 


17 1 


9 \ 47 


1 149 


37 


106 


24 


236 


163 


69 




16 1 


\ 276 


I 213 


68 


225 


280 


238 


167 


241 






.9 




4\ 


107 


1 219 


213 


119 


146 


27 


39 


152 



96 



RELATIVB STANDING — 



Relative standing of the Midshipmen of the Fourth Class 



c 

E 



c 

u 
c 

c 




108 

262 

99 

79 

218 

153 

197 

29 

220 

173 

222 

217 

148 

185 

171 

102 

97 

71 

126 

48 

139 

t 
109 

209 

174 

254 

184 

120 

132 

90 
162 

15 
115 
200 
133 
262 

38 
*10 

73 
273 

87 
177 



Hydrick, Jacob Lawton 

Ingram, Jonas Howard 

Iseman, John Edward, jr 

Jacobs, Randall 

James, Charles Milford 

Jewell, Joseph Warren 

Joems, George 

Johnson, Earle Freeman 

Johnstone, Harold Halleck 

Jones, Claude Ash ton 

Jones, Herbert Aloyslus 

Jordan, Leland, jr 

Kays, Harlow Trask 

Keiran, Richard Tuson 

Keller, Henry Rupert 

Kelly, Edward Francis 

Kenyon, George William 

Keppler, Chester Henry John. 

Kimball, Lucien Frank , 

King, Frank Ragan 

King, Rufus 

Kittel, Ernest George 

Klein, Jacob Henry, jr 

Knapp, John Harrison 

Knauss, Harrison Edward 

Knox, Forney Moore 

Krakow, Carl Christian 

Lafrenz, Walter Frederick 

Lagerquist, Frank William. .. 

Laird, George Hays 

Lando, Ellis 

Lauman, Philip Gatch 

Lawrence, Willis Woodruff.., 

LeBourgeois, Henry Blow 

Lee, William Henry 

Leonard. Emeric Robert 

Lewis, John William ._- 

Libbey, Miles Augustus 

Lichtenstein, Emil Alexander 

Lilley, Frederick Pliny 

Lipstate, Wadel Abram 

Lofquist, Emanuel August . . 



State from which 
appointed. 



South Carolina . . . 

Indiana 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Iowa- 

New Hampshire .. 

Minnesota 

Illinois 

Montana 

West Virginia 

Colorado 

Tennessee 

Aiizona 

Massachusetts 

Georgia 

Massachusetts 

California 

Iowa 

Vermont 

Alabama 

Wisconsin 

New York 

Ohio - 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania 

Alabama 

Iowa - 

Washington 

Minnesota 

West Virginia 

Hawaii 

Iowa 

Colorado 

Louisiana 

North Carolina 

Idaho 

Wisconsin 

Massachusetts 

Texas 

Connecticut 

Texas 

Iowa 



Date of 
admiasioii. 



June 26 
July 2 
June 27 
June 26 
June 27 
June 29 
June 27 
June 29 
June 11 
June 29 
July 10 
June 27 
July 6 
June 11 
June 12 
June 10 
July 8 
June 11 
June 29 
May 6 
June 29 
June 11 
June 29 
July 8 
June 80 
June 26 
July 8 
June 26 
June 12 
May 22 
Aug. 8 
June 27 
June 29 
June 27 
July 6 
June 29 
June 11 
July 22 
June 12 
May 25 
June 27 
May 21 



1903 

1903 

1908 

1903 

1903 

1908 

1903 

1908 

1908 

1908 

1908 

1908 

1908 

1908 

1903 

1908 

1903 

1903 

1908 

1903 

1908 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1908 

1908 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1908 

1908 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1908 

1903 

1908 

1903 

1908 



FOURTH CLASS. 



97 



♦S5 wiemben—Annuai Examination, May, 79^4— Continued. 





1 


Afv at date of 1 
•dJoiifioD. 1 




Order of merit in — 






Number of demerits. 








5 

a 

•1 


8 
« 


i 

a 

e 

9 


• 

a 

i 

a 

8 
g 

s 


• 

a 
£ 

e 
u 




a 

■ a 


• 

a 

U 
« 

•E 

o 


1 


16 


3 82 


37 


143 


218 


103 


151 


■ 

96 


108 




16 1 


^ 234 


255 


255 


230 


76 


238 


166 


262 


' 


18 ( 


) 164 


98 


30 


106 


154 


133 


89 


99 




17 6 70 


59 


95 


200 


285 


13 


33 


79 




17 i 


\ 239 


123 


126 


250 


13 

• 


224 


146 


213 




16 S 


! 186 


' 183 


17 


200 


231 


145 


94 


153 




19 4 


178 


154 


179 


213 


.171 


145 


94 


197 




18 6 


20 


4: 


10 


179 


60 


272 


242 


29 




16 10 


: 170 


223 


158 


256 


227 


232 


158 


220 




17 8 


104 


251 


279 


84 


163 


172 


109 


173 




18 9 


209 


213 


220 


113 


9 


258 


194 


222 


1 


18 3 


1 196 


248 


143 


236 


183 


172 


108 


217 




19 


228 


70 


179 


54 


139 


8 


24 


148 




15 10 


242 


199 


6 


93 


6 


162 


105 


135 




17 5 


183 


136 


163 


185 


139 


129 


87 


171 




19 6 


51 


188 


88 


188 


154 


175 


111 


102 


] 


8 


125 


98 


134 


39 


248 


46 


45 


97 


] 


8 3 


107 


87 


59 


73 


213 


55 


46 


71 


1 


8 


114 


73 


130 


146 


239 


114 


79 


126 


I 


8 6 


27 


' 41 1 


30 


146 


213 


246 


181 


48 


1 


8 5 


268 


202 


1 


98 


87 


114 


78 


130 


1 


» 4 


248 


199 


116 


210 


288 


289 


360 


« » — — 


1< 


5 5 


116 


14:1 


84 


80 


264 


114 


79 


109 


l: 


8 


218 


251 


105 


250 


154 


GO 


48 


209 


IS 


► 3 


170 


162 


240 


104 


103 


140 


93 


174 


17 





254 


223 


223 


269 


163 


102 


71 


254 


17 


1 


168 


210 


158 


249 


199 


16 


35 


184 


19 


6 


112 


37 


223 


170 


68 


39 


42 


130 


17 


11 • 


254 


149 


23 


71 


60 


13 


33 


133 


17 


6, 


107 


94 


119 


61 


87 


111 


77 


90 


:s 


8 


178 


141 


234 


84 


199 


86 


64 


103 


18 


6 


12 


33 


1181 


25 


94 


16 


35 


15 


19 


■ 10 


47 


91 


179 


96 


124 


269 


231 


115 


19 


1 

5 


234 


221 


19 


225 


103 


251 


185 


300 


19 


5 


94 


23 


101 


141 


103 


283 


271 


133 


16 


9! 


273 


266 


233 


236 


231 


105 


72 


363 


18 


5 


6 


46 


223 


146 


33 


212 


138 


38 


18 


8 


27 


46 


m 


92 


199 


8 


24 


*10 


19 


4 


36 


, 82 


158 


146 


239 


83 


G3 


73 


16 


5 


268 


1 288 


245 


225 


114 


126 


84 


273 


15 


10 


122 


\ 37 


88 


110 


239 


55 


47 


87 


19 


3 


168 


1 245 


218 


119 


45 


46 


44 


177 


45 


n\. 


1 

— 7 



















Relative standing of the Midshipmen of the Fourth Clai»~ 



I 

i 
i 
J 

s 

s 

I 






Logan, George Chriatian 

Logan, Wells Covington 

Lombard. Benjamin Rnssell .. 
! Lewell, Robert Traill Spence ,, 
I Ludlow, Reginald Fairfax 

McCarthy. Francis Peter 

! McClnre, Henry Adrian 

I McConnell, Riley Franklin 

' McCormack, Harvey William, . 
, McCrary. Preston H 

MfQill, Clarence McCutcheon . 

McKeeliou, LtiiiU Williams 

McKinney, Stephen Booth 

McKittrick. Harold Vincent--. 

McWhorter, Ernest Doyle 

MallisoD, William Thomas 

Manier, Will Rucker, jr 

Martin, Arthur Cheater 

Martin, Alfred Girard 

Mathewson, Ruf ns Wellington. 

Maifleld, Lonia Henry 

Mayfield, Irving Hall 

I Mecleary, Howard Blaine 

Meredith, John Ellyson 

Miles. Alfred Hart 

Miller, Carroll Everard.- 

Milner. Frederick Wood 

Monroe, John Albert . 

Monteaer. Walter Rudolph 

Montgomery, Robert Langford. 

Mnrfin, Henry Clay, jr 

Mnrray, James McClees 

Needham. Ralph Cutler 

Nichols, Newton Lord- 

Nixon, Warren Case 

Norria, Charles Rutter , 

Norton. Homer Hine 

O'Brien, Joseph Manning 

Olds, Alexander McLachlan . . 

Osburn, Carl Townaend 

Page, Calvin Percy.- ,, 

Falmer. Rollo Carlisle 



South Carolina 

Kentucky 

Uissiasippi 

New York 

Wisconsin 

New York 

New York 

Pennsylvania.. 

Florida 

Arkansas 

New Jersey 

Hinneaota 

Tennessee 

New York 

Mississippi 

North Carolina 

Tennessee 

New York 

Ohio 

Connecticut ... 

Minnesota 

Louisiana 

Pennsylvania.. 

Alabama 

At large 

Michigan- 

Massac hnsetta . 

New York 

New York 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania . . 

Massachusetts . 

Illinoia - 

Pennsylvania . . 

Ohio 

Montana 

Indiana 

Ohio 

Maryland 

Vermont 



July I 
June 3( 
June 21 
May 2J 
June 21 
June 31 
June 21 
Jane 21 
June 21 
June 21 

June 21 
Jnne II 
May 1! 
JnneSt 
Jnne 3< 
July I 
Jnly ! 
Jnne IS 
Jnne 2t 
Jnne3( 
June 3( 
May 2; 
May II 
Jnne 31 

July ! 
Jane3( 
May 31 
Jnne 3( 
July < 
May 2i 
May 31 
July : 
May It 
June 34 
July f 
Juno 3( 
Ang. 1 
Jnly 1 
Jn^r ] 



.903 

,908 I 



FOUKTH CLASS. 



99 



tS9 mcmben^Annual Examination, May, 75^^— Continued. 



Air? at d«tr of 1 
adiuMfioii. 1 




OnJt'r of merit in — 






• 

s 

T 

9) 

i 


b 

1 

s 
s 




1 
1 

i 

t 

1 

1 

1 

t 

t 

> 


- - 
i ' f J 

2, I B 


If 

i ^ 

i 


(1 

33 


• 

a 
"3 


• 

a 
a 

G 


• 

a 

1 

a 



u 

V 

C 

o 




18 2 42 1 87 / 51 




210 


94 


102 


71 


62 




19 2 






'^ « 















16 5 m\ 87 


/ 64 




236 


199 


229 


155 


169 




15 11 1 27 ' 35 


1 49 




196 


280 


71 


56 


42 




19 


7 207 1 273 


1 255 




269 


114 


218 


143 


264 




17 


i 23^ 


[ 94 


95 




280 


188 


286 


288 


249 




19 ( 


) m 


( 192 


134 




146 


68 


240 


171 


208 




18 11 


128 


335 


no 




236 


103 


210 


136 


186 




16 C 


1 139 


115 


163 




78 


188 


71 


56 


130 




16 5 


56 


175 


S4 




188 


154 


39 


42 


85 




17 11 


128 


73 


66 




80 


273 


193 


122 


104 




16 3 


8 


4 


11 




8 


45 


145 


95 


♦1 




18 2 


182 


118 


81 




119 


32 


155 


98 


125 




18 4 


198 


23 


78 




165 


3 


66 


54 


104 




18 7 


104 


104 


05 


188 


45 


22 


37 


99 


\ 


18 5 


209 


232 


213 


274 


114 


60 


49 


228 


1 


8 5 


92 


10 


84 


165 


163 


207 


132 


77 


1 


9 11 148 


259 


273 


42 


239 


202 


128 


192 


I 


9 5 257 


118 


05 


132 


183 


55 


47 


167 


1 


9 5 


61 


81 


23 


262 


154 


94 


68 


60 


r 


9 8 


99 


59 


^^ 


28 


7 


46 


44 


34 


r 


J 10 


59 


104 


lOO I 


28 


26 


89 


66 


53 


w 


1 9 


265 


202 


233 1 


208 


60 


27 


88 


226 


17 


8 


190 


192 


220 1 


266 


227 


242 


174 


240 


19 


6 


186 


235 


205 I 


218 


255 


234 


160 


280 


19 


6 


282 


269 


266 1 


187 


82 


120 


80 


261 


19 


2 


25 


82 


5 


89 


199 


108 


75 


21 


17 





82 


27 


67 


6 


183 


94 


68 


36 


15 


7 218 


175 


106 1 


243 


260 


261 


206 


250 


16 


4 


139 


210 


116 


84 


163 


277 


253 


185 


18 


6 


51 


255 


1 252 


13 


56 


179 


112 


107 


19 


9 


87 


21 


\ 134 


115 


188 


270 


233 


123 


19 


4 


21 


80 


\ 54 


17 


2 


212 


138 


25 


18 


3 


51 


€^ 


. \ 2O0 


8 


213 


94 


69 


41 


17 


4 


61 


2£ 


h \ 104 


67 


139 


94 


69 


51 


17 


7 


158 


141 


L \ 208 


67 


68 


203 


130 


160 


15 


6 


148 


21 


O \ 163 


128 


76 


175 


110 


163 


17 


11 


125 


1 \e 


.5 \ 158 


141 


7 


278 


260 


190 


18 


7 


268 


\ ^l 


SO \ 272 


132 


264 


288 


300 


280 


18 


8 


134 


\ \ 


26 \ 245 


57 


171 


71 


56 


144 


19 


7 


7 


\ 


OB \ 274 


5 


9 


63 


50 


19 


Id 


1 
6 


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1«2 I 


88 1 


12 


45 


216 


140 


113 



100 



RELATIVE STANDINGS 



Relative standing of the Midshipmen of the Fourth Class— 




205 Parker, James, jr 

169 Parker, Ralph Chandler 

246 Payne, Samuel Spottswood 

145 Pickett, Carl 

255 Plummer, Francis Leo 

234 Pousland , Charles Felton 

57 Pritchard, Earl William 

106 Pryor, Francis Davis 

224 Pugh, Chauncey Ezra 

130 Ravenscrof t, George Mastick . . . 

*11 Read, Albert Cashing 

217 Reid, Shelby Seymour--- 

t Reidy , Thomas Joseph 

*7 Rhodes, John Barclay 

267 Ritter , Harold Hof mann. 

114 Robinson, Clyde Russell 

16 Russell, Frank - -. 

1 9 1 Sampson, Ralph Earle 

252 Scheibla, Louis C ..-- -. 

180 Schelling, John Martin 

32 Schuyler, Garrett Lansing 

27 Scott, David Alexander 

195 Seymour, Philip 

a Shanley , Harold Huntington 

243 Shea, John Francis - . 

198 Sherlock, William Evans 

1 24 Shirley , Major Cleveland 

137 Shonerd, Henry Gilbert - . - 1 

205 Simpson, George Wirt 

49 Slayton, Chas. Churchill 

143 Smith, Reuben Robert 

70 ' Smith, William Taylor 

210 j Spencer, Herbert Lee 

*13 ! Sprnanco, Raymond Ames 

22 I Starr, Fletcher Coleman 

269 I Stevens, James Garfield 

86 Stevens, Lemuel Mussetter 

171 Stevenson, Frederick Tomlinson 

212 I Stewart, Ralph Roderick 

188 Stiles, William Henry, jr 

•[ Stokes, Homer Lloyd 

50 I Stover, Roy LeClair 



State from which 
appointed. 



New Jersey 

New York 

Arkansas 

Georgia 

Maine 

Massachusetts 

Louisiana 

California 

New York 

Ohio 

Massachusetts 

Louisiana 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Pennsylvania 

Washington, D. C. 

Kentucky 

Illinois 

New York . _ 

New York 

Rhode Island | 

Vermont 

North Dakota 

Ohio ' 

South Carolina ... 

Nevada ' 

New York I 

Ohio 

l^tah ' 

Virginia | 

Minnesota i 

Indiana i 

Pennsylvania , 

Ohio ". 

Illinois 

California ' 

South Dakota 

Georgia 

Texas 

Kansas , 



Date of 
admiMion. 



June 29, 1903 
June 29, 1903 
June 12, 1903 
June 16, 1903 
July 2,1903 
June 30, 1903 
July 6,1903 
June 30, 1903 
June 30, 1903 
July 12,1908 
July 8,1903 
July 4,1908 
July 7,1903 
June 12, 1903 
July 2,1903 
July 8,1903 
May 27, 1903 
May 4, 1903 
July 8,1903 
July 6,1903 
June 12, 1903 
July 7,1903 
June 11,1903 
Aug. 30, 1902 
July 6,1903 
June 12, 1903 
June 11,1903 
July 1,1903 
Jime 24,1903 
July 6, 1900 
Jimel2,1903 
July 4,1903 
July 2,1903 
July 2,1903 
July 7, 190:< 
July 2,1903 
July 2,1903 
Oct. 23,1903 
July 0,1903 
May 13,1903 
July 2,1903 
June 15, 1903 



FOURTH CLASS. 



101 



t89 members— Annitai Basaminatian, May, i^4— Contiiraed. 



1 Afv at date of 
admialoD. 


Order of merit In — 


1 

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B 

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1 

mm 

S 
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1 

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16 9 


158 162 


151 


185 


282 


259 


200 


205 


19 1 1 


190 202 


134 


132 


32 


126 


84 


169 


18 1 10 


218 


280 


260 


137 


239 


133 


68 


246 


17 8 


139 


73 


78 


236 


188 


145 


95 


145 


17 8 


239 


188 


213 


262 


213 


251 


184 


255 


16' 10 


248 


183 


126 


225 


94 


254 


187 


234 


18 10 


87 


46 


93 


33 


1 


155 


98 


57 


16' 10 


190 


98 


41 


54 


146 


157 


101 


106 


18, 4 


202 


104 


229 


179 


188 


271 


284 


224 


18 1 8. 


118 


141 


179 


101 


171 


82 


41 1 


130 


\i 


8 


12 


27 


8 


110 


276 


39 


43 


*11 


16 


2 


218 , 241 


88 


155 


260 


251 


185 


217 


18 


9 


242 


270 


282 


281 


76 


279 


269 




17 


5 


1 


17 


30 


54 


231 


226 


148 


*7 


i 18 


5 


239 


248 


234 


259 


114 


242 


175 


267 


i 19 


2 


118 


118 


163 


84 


146 


39 


42 


114 


19 9 


18 21 


84 


15 


248 


8 


24 


16 


16 4 


196 141 


172 


137 


45 


221 


144 


191 


, 18 1 3 


224 223 


255 


160 


239 


241 


173 


252 


19 ! 2 


101 165 


220 


269 


199 


168 


106 


180 


1 ^h 2 


21 1 73 


12 


19 


51 


285 


277 


32 


. 19 6 


33 


41 


7 


98 


139 


184 


116 


27 


' 18 10 

1 1 

I 


178 

■ ^ ^M w m^ ^ ^ 

234 


136 


151 


80 


213 


275 


250 


195 


19 5 


232 


223 


259 


255 


114 


79 


243 


18 


4 


139 ; --i66 


253 


93 


171 


175 


111 


198 


18 


11 


82 175 


163 


71 


264 


151 


97 


124 


18 


9 


80 272 


151 


104 


188 


22 


37 1 


137 


17 


8 


118 277 


158 


155 


42 


256 


193 


205 


16 1 


2 


47 , 73 


39 


64 


273 


199 


126 


49 


17 1 2 


139 


154 


169 


46 


227 


145 


95 


143 


17 10 


61 


94 


73 


141 


199 


71 


56 


70 


16: 7 


175 


223 


134 


141 


32 


188 


121 


210 


17 


228 


56 


18 


84 


248 


5 


19 


*13 


16 1 8 


15 


18 


30 


69 


51 


89 


67 


22 


19 12 


1 ^^ 


235 


234 


223 


154 


188 


120 


269 


16 9 


279 


1 73 


81 


128 


87 


102 


71 


86 


18 


8 


101 


140 


279 


89 


15 


111 


77 


171 


17 8 


155 


\ 175 


234 


115 


248 


267 


229 


212 


19: 


182 


( 235 


260 


51 


258 


126 


85 

1 


188 


15 
18 


6 

10 














1 





4S 


r 133 


120 


2 


231 


237 


165 


i 50 



102 



RELATIVE STAKBIng— 



Relative standing of the Midshipmen of the Fourth Class-^ 



« 
s 

1 

e; 

8 
O 
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9d 




256 
223 

81 
127 
161 
149 
142 

*8 
101 
281 
214 
154 
103 
230 

07 
133 
181 
260 
247 
110 
140 
188 

39 

89 

31 
219 
225 
276 
158 

05 

215 

r 

147 

40 
168 

74 

59 



Strait, Burton Anderson 

Strother, Edmund Weyman 

Struble, George Wallace 

Swasey, George Truman 

Symington, Thos. Alexander . . . 

Taylor, Bert Blaine 

Taylor, Henry George 

Theobald, Robert Am*ed 

Thibault, Louis Francis 

Thomas, Raymond Gaudenz 

Thomson, Thaddeus Austin, jr . 

Tod, Elmer Wayne 

Torlinski, Michael John 

TuholsM, Walter Henry 

Ulrich, Walter Ca'-l _... 

Utley , Harold Hickox 

Van Auken, Frederic Tabor 

Van de Carr, James C 

Van Derveer, Warren Abbe 

Vertrees, Louis Logan 

Vossler, Francis Alfred Leopold 

Walker, Eugene Bonfils 

Wallace, WiUiam Oliver _ 

Walsh, William Hemmings 

Ware, Bruce Richardson, jr 

Warren, Russel Doten 

Watson, Ray Henry 

Weller, Emery Clayton 

Wellington, George Lewis 

Welte, Herman Engelbert 

White, Newton Harris, jr 

Wilkinson, John Cabell, jr 

Williams, Elmo Hamilton 

Williamson, William Price 

Windsor, Charles Clifford 

Woodward, Vaughn Veasey 

Wright, Carter Land 



State from which 
ai)pointed. 



Date of 
admiarion. 



Colorado 

G^eorgia 

Oregon 

Vermont 

Maryland 

Vermont 

Pennsylvania 

California 

Connecticut 

Iowa 

Texas 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 

Wisconsin 

Illinois 

New Jersey. 

New York 

New Jersey 

Illinois 

West Virginia 

Colorado 

Missouri 

New York 

Massachusetts 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

New York 

Mississippi 

Indiana 

Tennessee 

Missouri 

Mississippi 

Minnesota 

Michigan 

West Virginia 

Georgia 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
May 
May 22, 
June 11 
May 21 
July 27 
July 2 
July 6 
May 22 
July 2 
June 13 
May 10 
June 8 
June 24 
July 1 
July 2 
July 6 
July 6 
June 10 
July 8 
July 8 
July 6 
July 8 
May 22 
July 6 
June 12 
May 6 
May 23 
July 6 
June 29 
July 8 
Aug. 
July 8 



1903 
1908 
1903 
1908 
1903 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1903 
1903 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1902 
1908 
1903 
1908 
1903 
1903 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 



FOURTH CLASS. 



103 



2S9 membcn^Annuai Ikcatnination^ May, i904— Contmned. 





Age At date ol 


r. 




Order of merit In— 




• 


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S 

c 

o 
u 

s 






t 

> 


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■ 

JS 

a 



1 
\ 


1 

■ 

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6 


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s 
fi 

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16 


7 2.57 


1 

255 


230 


165 


76 


193 


123 


256 


18 


i 


r 242 


136 ' 


200 


274 


19 


129 


80 


223 


16 


1 


1 59 


80 


124 


106 


188 


157 


100 


81 


18 


1 


» 107 


1 175 


68 


179 


124 


114 


79 


127 


! n 


11 


128 


1 157 


220 


93 


76 


78 


59 


151 


: 18 


10 


122 


175 


156 


126 


124 


89 


67 


149 


! 17 


11 


148 


202 


120 


89 


76 


65 


52 


142 


19 


4 


9 


7 


19 


40 


4 


105 


73 


*3 




17 


8 


123 


115 


22 


203 


68 


137 


90 


101 




19 


10 


242 


281 


269 


255 


82 


287 


294 


281 


15 


6 


202 


202 


208 


223 


19 


157 


101 


214 


18 


11 


212 


1B3 


208 


38 


61 


11 


28 


154 


17 


8 


116 


1S8 


45 


184 


12 


66 


55 


103 


18 


7 


212 


165 


266 


170 


213 


226 


148 


230 


17 


2 


71 


33 


69 


170 


51 


89 


66 


67 


. 1« 


5 


40 


183 


110 


170 


239 


263 


210 


13<^ 


i 19 


10 


261 


98 


60 


218 


76 


140 


92 


181 


17 


11 


276 


173 


143 


262 


199 


255 


190 


260 




15' 


11 


257 


16o 


175 


277 


271 


140 


92 


247 




19 


6 


107 


123 


110 


110 


56 


133 


88 


110 




\^ 


11 


175 


15T 


110 


89 


87 


16 


34 


140 




16 

1 


7 


196 


14:9 


130 


210 


154 


151 


96 


188 


19 


2 


71 


2 


36 


208 


60' 


46 


44 


39 


19 


9 


94 


35 


175 


146 


68 


. 27 


38 


89 




16 


4 


19 


1 165 


51 


52 


154 


39 


43 


31 




17 


4 


228 


192 


179 


277 


271 


6 


23 


219 




19 


5 


212 


' 219 


218 


200 


94 


193 


122 


225 




18 j 


5 


251 


251 


263 


265 


213 


221 


144 


276 


16! 


5 


202 


«1 


151 


126 


124 


46 


44 


158 


20 


6 


31 


1 141 


193 


19 


68 


193 


123 


65 


17 


8 


ITO 


1 251 


208 


73 


231 


264 


218 


215 


18 


7 


284 


b 245 


141 


243 


19 


162 


104 




1 18 


4 


lt€ 


i 1 118 


245 


73 


124 


137 


91 


147 




18 


10 


er 


7 1 56 


35 


64 


188 


82 


62 


40 




19 


1 


\ ^^ 


8 \ 141 


187 


210 


213 


137 


90 


168 


18 


5 


« 


.5 I 82 


130 


33 


188 


193 


123 


74 




17 


8 


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110 


40 


139 


39 


43 


59 



APPOINTMENTS AND EESIGNATIONS. 

OCTOBEB 1, 1903, TO NOVEMBSB 2, 1904. 



Appointed Ensigns May 2, 190j^ 

Midshipman ^Wallace, H. G. S- Classofl902 

Midshipman Klyce, H. S _.. Class of 1902 

Midshipman Sterling, F. W _ Clas^ of 1902 

Midshipman Rictiardson, J. O Class of 1902 

Midshipman Land, E. S _ Class of 1902 

Midshipman Osbum, F. W., jr Class of 1902 

Midshipman Darst, G Class of 1902 

Midshipman Adams, R. R Class of 1902 

Midshipman Bead, S-- Class of 1902 

Midshipman Kintner, E. G _ Class of 1902 

Midshipman Baldridge, H. A _.. Class of 1902 

Midshipman Pryor, W. L _ Class of 1902 

Midshipman Reed, J., jr Class of 1902 

Midshipman Meyers, G. J Class of 1902 

Midshipman Mnrdock, J. P Class of 1902 

Midshipman Marqnart, E. J Class of 1902 

Midshipman Peterson, A. A Class of 1902 

Midshipman Brooks, L., jr _ __- Class of 1903 

Midshipman Bingham, D. C _ Class of 1902 

Midshipman Wallace, R., jr Class of 1902 

Midshipman Smith, W. W Class of 1902 

Midshipman Whitten, F. S-- - Class of 1902 

Midshipman Ozbum, T. L Class of 1902 

Midshipman Diman, W. G Class of 1902 

Midshipman Martin, F. C... _. Class of 1902 

Midshipman Craft, R. P - - Class of 1902 

Midshipman Weaver, D. A ._ Class of 1902 

Midshipman Nichols, N. E _. Class of 1902 

Midshipman Campbell, J. A _ Class of 1902 

Midshipman Dowling, O. C -. - '. Class of 1902 

Midshipman Townsend, J. C Class of 1902 

Midshipman Brown, W., jr - _-. Class of 1902 

Midshipman Henderson, R Class of 1902 

Midshipman Conn, W. T., jr — --- Class of 1902 

Midshipman Blackburn, J. H __ - Class of 1902 

Midshipman Freyer, F. B Class of 1902 

Midshipman Davis, R. C Class of 1902 

Midshipman Finney, E. P ._ Class of 1902 

Midshipman Puleston, W. D Class of 1902 

Midshipman Kerrick, C. S Class of 1902 

Midshipman Brown, G. P Class of 1902 

(105) 



106 APPOINTMB^^'^^ ^^SlGNATlONS. 

Appointed Assistant JVatJaJ ConstrTictora, 

Midshipman Hall, Frank David Class of 1902 

Midshipman Battles, Donald R Class cf 1908 

Midshipman Schlabach, R. P _ Class of 1908 

Midshipman Gate wood, Richard D _ _. Class of 1908 

Midshipman Radford, G. S Class of 1908 

Subject to examination. 

Midshipman Griswold, R. M _ Class of 1903 

Midshipman Childs, H. D __ Class of 1 90S 

Midshipman Wainwright,R., jr Class of 1902 

Subject to reexamination for promotion. 

Midshipman Blair, G. F Class of 1901 

Midshipman Porterfield, L. B Class of 1902 

Midshipman Rowcliff, G. J - Class of 1902 

Midshipman Staton, A - Class of 1902 

Midshipman Early, C. W Class of 1902 

Midshipman Parker, E. C. S Class of 1902 

Midshipman Fisher, J. O Class of 1902 

Midshipman Bean, C Class of 1902 

Midshipman Cooper, O. F Class of 1902 

Midshipman Crittenden, K. B Class of 1902 

Midshipman Coming, M. S Class of 1902 

Midshipman Moses, W. T _ Class of 1902 

Midshipman Lannon, G. P.... Class of 1902 

Died. 

Midshipman Brittingham, P. S., class of 1906 Drowned, May 15,1904 

Midshipman Clay, G. F., class of 1907. _ Jnly 80,1904 

Midshipman Neumann. W. E. T., class of 1903, killed in tnrret 

accident, U. S. S. Missouri Apr. 13,1904 

Midshipman Ward, Thomas, jr., class of 1903, killed in turret 

accident, U. S. S. Missouri - _ Apr. 18,1904 

Dismissals, 

Midshipman Chafee, E.W., class of 1904 Nov. 6,1908 

Midshipman Little, J. D., class of 1904 Nov. 6,1908 

Midshipman Lofland, J. H., class of 1904 Nov. 6,1908 

Resigned. 

• 

Midshipman McMillen, F. E., class of 1904 June 80, 1904 

Midshipman Adams, J. Q., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Anderson, E. L., class of 1907 Feb. 8, 1904 

Midshipman Barlow, E. F., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Barnes, Carl, class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Borland, John, class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Burnett, W. LeG., class of 1906 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Cade, C. M., jr., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Cooder, H. R. , class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Green, Thomas, class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Hill, K. L., class of 1907 _ Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Ingham, W. B., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Jumey, R. C, class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 



APPOINTMENTS AND RESIGNATIONS. 107 

Midshipman Lyon, H., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman McCool, J. H., class of 1907 Feb. 8, 1904 

Midshipman Markland, M. G. , class of 1906 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Mason, G. H., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Montgomery^ C. E., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Mooney, R. W., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Moore, F. B., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Neel, B., class of 1906 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Philip, J. W., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

MidshipmanPiersol,W.B., class of 1907 _. Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Pumeli, W. R., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Rawls, W. O., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Ridgely, H. C, class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Binehart, E. U., class of 1907 -. Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Rogers, B. D., class of 1907 _ _. Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Silsbee, J. A., class of 1907 _. Feb. 8,1901 

Midshipman Simpson, G. R.. class of 1907 _. Feb. 8,1904 

Mid^ipmsn Sm^, D. D., class (^ 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Tmitun, W. T., class of 1907 Feb. 8,1904 

Midshipman Witt, J., class of 1907 Feb. 8, 1904 

Midshipman Gk)dley, T. B., class of 1907 Feb. 20,1904 

MidshipmanGrace,C., class of 1907 _ Feb. 20,1904 

Midshipman Harrison, B. G., class of 1907 Feb. 25,1904 

Midshipman Morphy. C. F., class of 1906 Mar. 8,1904 

Midshipman Dewar, R. A., class of 1906 1 Mar. 14,1904 

Midshipman Joyc«, A. R., class of 1906 May 7,1904 

Midshipman Albert. C. S., class of 1906 May 12,1904 

Midshipman Boush, Kenneth, class of 1906 , May 14,1904 

Midshipman Macy, F. S., class of 1907 May 17,1904 

Midshipman Bisky. L. S., class of 1907 .- May 17,1904 

Midshipman Darlow, G. M., class of 1906 _ May 25,1904 

Midshipman Bair, M. Z., class of 1907 June 3,1904 

Midshipman Bell, A. L., class of 1906... June 3,1904 

Midshipman Clement, S. A., class of 1907 June 3,1904 

Midshipman Coe,W. C, class of 1907 _.. _. Jime 3,1904 

Midshipman Howard, O. W., class of 1907 June 3,1904 

Midshipman Kelly, E. F., class of 1907 Jime 3,1904 

Midshipman Morton, G., class of 1906 _ June 3,1904 

Midshipman Peacock, W. T., class of 1906 _ Jime 3,1904 

Midshipman Wallace, W. O. , class of 1 907 June 3,1904 

Midshipman Miller, G. W., class of 1906 .-- June 7,1904 

Midshipman Tilley, B. F., jr., class of 1906 June 7, 1904 

Midshipman Meyer, C. P., class of 1906 June 18,1904 

Midshipman Wilkinson, J. C, jr., class of 1907 _ June 20, 1904 

Midshipman Coale, G. G. , class of 1906 June 20.1904 

Midshipman Sovak, F. W. , class of 1908 July 22,1904 

Midshipman Letton, H. P., class of 1908 Aug. 29,1904 

Midshipman Logan, W. C, class of 1907 Sept. 8,1904 

Midshipman Freeman, Guy, class of 1908 Sept. 0,1904 

Midshipman Slianley, H. H., class of 1906 Oct. l.'5,1904 

3fid8hipman Bell, J. R., class of 1908 - Nov. 2,1904 

Dropped, 
Midshipman McCool, James H., class of 1908 Sept. ir),1904 



MERIT ROLLS FOR 1903-1904. 



Merit rolls, made out anntially for each class, show the proficiency of the 

nndshipmen in eacb branch of study. The numbers given in the table, showing 

the relative weight of the different branches, are used as coefficients; the final 

mark in each branch (on a scale of 4) being multiplied by the number assigned 

to that branch. The sum of the products, after adding the multiple for discipline , 

\s the final mark of the midshipmen for the year. 

In the case of midshipmen that take an advanced course in any branch, the 
final mark in that branch is determined by adding to the final mark received 
in the required course one-fifth of the amount by which the final mark in the 
advanced course exceeds 2.50. 

In the graduating merit roll, the final standing for the course is determined 
by the sum of the yearly marks. 

"Midshipmen who attain 85 per cent of the multiple in any year shall be dis- 
tingnished by a star affixed to their names on the merit rolls.'' (Regulations 
United States Naval Academy, par. 186.) 

The diplomas of midshipmen whose final marks on the graduating merit roll 
are not less than 85 per cent of the maximum read, "passed with distinction;" 
those whose final marks are between 74 per cent and 85 per cent of the maximum 
read, "passed with credit;" and those whose final marks are between 623^ -per 
cent and 74 per cent of the maximum read *' passed.'* 



♦Received 85 per cent of the multiple. 

f Found deficient, allowed a reexamination, passed, and continued with class. 
f^ Found deficient in conduct, passed, and continued with class. 
•* Retained in next lower class. 
a Absent from examination. 
r Resigned. 
»Sick. 

(/Dismissed, 
^r Dropped. 

(109) 



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leriiroUfor the four years ending February, 190S, of tfie Midshipmen appointed 
in 1899, now performing service afloat — 43 members. 



Name. 



Maxima. 



♦I ; Alexander H. Van Kenren 

« \ IfiUiam W. Smyth 

♦3 \ Paul H. Fretz 

H Stephen C. Rowan 



Walter S. Anderson. 



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30 
81 



6 "Webb R. Raudenbush 

7 RoyW. Ryden _ 

8 Henry D. Cooke 

9 1 Samnel M. Robinson 

10 LeoSahm 

U Ralston S. Holmes — 

12 Francis J. Cleary 

13 FredH. Poteet.... _. 

U Ernest Friedrick 

15 ; William J. Giles „ 

16 I Ralph A. Koch 

17 Lamar R. Leahy 

18 Milton S. Davis 

Charles C. Moses 

SamC. Loomis 

Lindsay H. Lacy 

Alfred T. Brisbin 

Charles A. Blakely. 

Macgillivray Milne 

Wilbur R. Van Auken 

Harold R. Stark 

Charles E. Brillhart 

James D. Willson _. 

John S. Arwine.- 

Martin K. Metcalf 

Austin S. Kibbee 

32 William Ancrum 

83 I Johns. Abbott 

aiHughMcL. Walker 

35 1 Charles E. Smith. 

36 ' Thomas H. Taylor 

37 Frank H. Sadler ._ 

^ Frederick V. McNair 

^ John Rodgers 

^ Charles Belknap 

^^ ■ Riifus S. Thompson 

Butler Y. Rhodes 

Daniel T. Ghent 




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68.32 
64.57 
62.86 
64.23 
64.82 
63.45 
61.79 
61.74 
60.95 
60. 35 
61.74 
61.08 
59.70 
54.31 
56.56 
55.49 
56.08 
55.05 
61.57 
56.81 
54.91 
57. 53 
54.68 
53.71 
51.30 
56.73 
51.01 
51.28 
54.02 
54.35 
54.71 
53.37 
52.29 
51.99 
53.44 
56.89 
58.32 
50.87 
51.96 
52.66 
52.07 



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135.40 
137.91 
129. 86 
128.95 
127. 57 

127. 96 
125. 24 
128.82 
129. 66 
119.37 
115.86 
118. 57 
116.46 
118. 65 
113.13 
116.12 
114.45 
111.83 
112.51 
115.04 
114.10 
110.13 
115.44 
115.06 

109. 73 
108.80 
111.69 
106.54 
106. 47 
107. 16 
105. 34 

100. 74 

106. 07 
106. 50 

106. 97 
102. 52 
103.11 

106. 08 
103.16 
103.19 
109. 94 
102. 27 



205. 91 
204. 75 
194.49 
198.61 
196.27 
194.90 
193. 06 
194. 55 
191.63 
188. 14 
185.49 
189. 08 
177.07 
185. 89 
183. 55 
184. 35 
173.66 
179 98 
172. 55 
175. 59 
165. 49 
169. 32 
172. 64 
159. 89 

159. 01 
162. 92 
161.58 
163. 78 
167. 90 
165.87 
161. 54 

160. 88 
162.93 
161.99 
156.19 
158.49 
160. 30 
154. 79 
158. 30 
159. 55 
157. 33 
162. 23 
153. 76 



148. 73 
147. 45 
144.49 
151.38 
149. 61 
143.33 
142. 63 
140. 85 
134. 16 
134.90 

139. 05 
135.95 
142. 82 
135. 08 
134.27 
133. 98 

137. 06 
130. 81 
137. 28 
132. 56 
127. 78 
128. 69 
127. 36 

123. 70 
122. 93 

124. 76 
129. 14 
118.55 
124.45 
123. 12 
123. 00 
124.70 
123. 06 
118.81 
123. 10 
119.68 
118. 18 
118.72 
115.18 
119.14 
119.08 
116.09 
117.74 






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562. 13 
555. 89 
545. 21 
543. 92 
537. 72 
530. 03 
528. 47 
524.09 
516.40 
514.44 
504. 86 • 
501.24 
500. 20 
498. 51 
496. 17 
485.77 
483.40 
480. 73 
477. 74 
475. 71 
469. 88 
468. 92 
465. 04 
456. 56 
451. 68 
451.12 
450. 82 
450. 75 
449.90 
446.74 
445.72 
445.27 
441.44 
440.24 
438. 08 
437. 13 
434. 44 
433. 51 
432. 94 
432.72 
431.56 
440.92 
425.84 



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MERIT ROLL— CLASS APPOINTBD IN IBOO. 



Merit roil for the four years ending F^truary, 190i. of the Midshipmen appointed 
in 1900, (low performing service afloat — 63 membert. 



1 


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88.36 


187.43 


210.45 


173. 72 


588.94 


•3 


Andrew f. Pickens 


86.75 


180.81 


311. SI 


174.53 


.583.12 


•3 


Fred C;. (Alburn __ 


84. He 


184.79 


212.54 


170.82 


583.61 


'i 


ffaldoP.Dmley 


83.07 


123.20 


203.10 


174.88 


564.41 


*5 


Carl A. Richler 


67.46 


137.48 


193.04 


163. 10 


560.14 


•6 


Robert B. Hllliard 


80.26 


129.04 


108.81 


163.07 


555.28 


7 


JohnE. Otter80u._ 


83.76 


127.99 


192. BO 


162. 53 


547.17 


8 


Nathaniel H. Wright 


58.84 


118.64 


198.54 


168.80 


543.88 


S 


Charles A. Harrington 


61.05 


137.41 


193.06 


100.44 


541.86 


10 


Prentifls P. Bassott 


83. or, 


126.63 


1B0.99 


150.43 


5S7.90 


11 


Frederick &, Tupper _ _ _ _ _ 


61. B8 


123.31 


191.63 


159. 75 


536.66 


12 


Herberts. Howard.___ 


61.30 


11B.72 


191.81 


161.34 


533.87 


13 


Husband E. Kiminel 


62.11 


133.01 


186.95 


161.01 


533.68 


U 


Robert A. Dawes 


58.13 


123.08 


190.47 


159.69 


530.31 


1.1 


PaulE. Diiiupman _. 


61.63 


121.08 


IBS. 48 


153.24 


528.87 


IG 


Edwin 0. Fituh, jr 


61.03 


117.51 


187.55 


150. 81 


526.00 


17 


Roland B, Riges __. 


55.88 


117. 45 


189.07 


158.98 


531.84 


IS 


Arthur G. CafF«e 


61.65 


129.B9 


181.93 


141.68 


518. 15 


IB 


Clyde S. McDowolL- 


51. Gl 


114.14 


189,01 


158.80 


510.56 


S(J 


Diiiiald B. Craig _ 


00.43 


118.40 


183. 18 


153.68 


513.77 


21 


PaulP. Blackburn 


■■iB.sa 


!U,43 


182. 9B 


155.40 


512.05 


33 


Milton W. Arruwnod 


56.38 


113,70 


187.30 


153. B7 


510.35 


KJ 


Luuiiin E. 5Inr(,'iin 


57.03 


110.01 


183.53 


149. 51 


506.97 


24 


Diirrell P. "Wiokeraham _ 


B8.I7 


114.44 


181.69 


151.41 


505.71 


25 


William P, Sedgwict, jr 


00.59 


114. OB 


182.82 


147. 54 


505.64 


20 


Charles C. Soule, jr 


81.83 


123.77 


171.03 


148.62 


.505.25 


2? 


ChaniUer K. Jones _. 


60.40 


117.95 


177. 81 


148.99 


505.24 


2S 


EdHonC. Oak 


5.5. 76 


110.70 


182. 87 


155.81 


505.20 


20 


Artli.irH.Eice- -. 


57.51 


110.64 


183. 14 


147.85 


504.14 


80 


William H. Tnaz 


57.71 


114.75 


178. 47 


153.48 


503.41 


31 


Lawrence P, Treadwell 


.-iO.SO 


115.07 


178. 85 


148. 17 


601.99 


82 


FrantD.lIcWillan- 


50.80 


111.45 


183. BO 


148.60 


500.03 


33 


Hal any Powell 


58. 02 


115.01 


176.31 


150.05 


496. 09 


34 


Cleoii W. Manldin 


■TT.Ul 


113.44 


177. 65 


149. 12 


408. 13 


85 


Ford«A, Tudd 


57. 02 


11 a. -52 


177.30 


148.81 


497.01 


36 


FreilE. MeMilleti 


58. T-1 


1111.00 


175. 01 


147. 49 


4B4.34 


37 


Chester L. Hand.- - 


55. Oil 


in. 11) 


17.5.64 


148.75 


463. 17 


88 


Edward F. On-eiie - 


5r,.2:! 


111.B7 


173. 29 


150.48 


400.97 


3» 


Aubrey K- Sli.mi. -... 


54.51 


iio.r.0 


174.30 


14B.13 


488.53 


40 


Nathan W. Pi)«t -_ 


58.70 


110,95 


174.71 


144, 35 


480.77 


41 


Abmni Clawdn - 


.57.75 


100. m 


173.45 


14.1. 47 


480.48 


42 


StfintoiiL. H. Hazard 


.5.5. IB 


1111.11 


1T3. TU 


1-16.80 


485.86 


48 


William F. Halsey. jr 


.511. T» 


HIT.:;! 


171.07 


149, 85 


484.94 


44 


Johur.mirt 


rM.5s 


HIT. 42 


175.01 


140.83 


484.68 



MBRIT ROLl^ CLASS APPOINTED IN 1900. 



115 



Merit roUfor the four years ending February, 1904, of the Midshipmen appointed 
in 1900, now performing required service afloat — 62 members — Continued. 



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45 
46 
47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

51 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 



Kune. 



Maxima 



Hany A. Stuart 

Christopher R. P. Rodgers 

Roecoe F. Dillen 

Benjamin K. Johnson 

Clarence A . Richards 

Allen B. Reed 

Herbert H. Michael 

James W. Hay-ward 

George M. Baxun 

Isaac C- Johnson, jr 

Bradford Bamette . 

Omenzo C. F. I>odge 

Dayid W. Bagley _ 

Walter A. Smead. 

John J. McCracken 

Leigh M. Ste-wart - _ 

Edward B. Sherman 

Richard P. McCnllough . . 



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55.29 
57.47 
54.91 
56.12 
52.57 
55.45 
55.60 
57.85 
54. 32 
53.67 
52.66 
55.01 
52.98 
57.33 
50.23 
53.51 
54.31 
52.03 



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112.42 
112.11 
110.76 
112.40 
107. 44 
109. 24 

108. 13 
110.40 
107. 80 
104.33 
109. 38 
109. 20 
105.62 

104. 14 
102. 55 
105.05 
104. 86 
104.99 



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THE NAVAL AfADtMi' A.S MIDSHIPMKiN. 



The atndents at the Naval Acadomy shall bo styled JVaral Cadets.— (lieo. 
I , ^ loll, anti Act of Congress approTed August .5, 1/S^:'. ) The title "naval 
et" a hereby changect to - toidshiptaaa.'—i Act approved July I. ims.) 
a. There shall be allowed at said Atiademy one Naval Cadet for every Mem- 
Delegate of the House of Rcppesentatives. one for the District of Colnutbia, 
todUfi ftt huge. — (iJni, Stat., % !513, and Aet of Congrvus approved June 17, 
Prmrkled, Jioircrvr, That there shall not be at any time more m said 
jUiiieniyappointe<lRt large than ten. — (ActofCongremapprovedAufpist.':. ISS^.) 
That until the year nineteen hundred and fourteen, in addition to the uaval 
ttdeta DOW anthorized by law, (the title having been changed by tfaia Act to 
!)iii>vn), tbe President shall appoint five midshipmen, and there shall be 
yipninted from the States at lar^. upon the recommendation of Senators, two 
oidhhipmen for each State. — (Aet of Congress appn>r^ed Jul 1/ 1, 100£.) 

Tb^re shall be aJlo-vced at the Naval Academy two midshipmen for each Sena- 
tor: Bepreseatatire. and Delegate ui Congrestt. two for the District of Columbia, 
Qtv each year at large : Prodded. That the additional Congre^onal appoiut- 
its nnthorized by this Act shall be made at such times as may be determined 
ikjrthe Secretary of the Navy, who shall equitably distribute the increase among 
tbe aevml States. Districts, and Territories, so that ultimately, if practicable, 
each Sc^nator, Representative, and Delegate may recommend for appointment 
each Congress one midshipman. I'roeidvd furlhiT. That members of 
Ike Fifty-seventh Congress who will not be members of the Fifty-eighth Con- 
ines, and in whose Districts or States appointments have not been made or 
ies filled in the Fifty-seventh Congress, may immediately upon the 
' of this Act znake the additional appointments herein provided f or — 
[iciapprotril iTarr^h 3. J903.) 
That the provisions of this Act for the increase of appointments of midship- 
iHi 10 the Naval Academy shall continue in force until the tliirtieth day of 
iDi!, nineteen hundred and thirteen; and thereafter one midshipman, as now 
iforided by law. shall be appointed for each Senator, Representative, and 
Mpgnte in C*)t>eTve&. 

Tlist hef*after there shall l>e at the Naval Academy one midshipman from 

?ntiiKico, who sbull be a native of said island, and whose appointment shall 

In made by the President on the reoommendatio:! of the governor of Porto 

{Act approved iTareh J, 19U3.) 

UL The coarse of Naval Cadet« its six years.— (R™. Stat., % I5S0.) When- 

(rer wiy Naval Cadet shall have finished four years of his undergraduate course 

* X years the ancceeding appointment may be made from his Congressional 

ictoratlarKeinacconlancewithexistinglaw.— [.dcfajiproi'wiJujn!:, iw.i 

Vs. Appointmenta to fill ail vacancies that may occur during a year in the 

■grades of the Line of the Navy and of the Marine Corps will be made 

the Naval Cadets, graduates of tlie year, at the fonclnsion of their six 

(Km' Kiiir»e, in the order of merit as determined by the Academic Board of the 

fill Academy --4* l^asi fifteen appointments from such graduates will be 

(141) 



142 ADMISSION OP CANDIDATES. 

made each year. Surplus graduates who do not receive such appointments will 
be given a certificate of graduation, an honorable discharge, and one year's sea 
pay, as provided for Naval Cadets. — (Act of Congress approved August 5, I8SS.) 

V. The Secretary of the Navy shall as soon as practicable after the fifth day 
of March in each year notify in writing each Senator, Representative, and Dele- 
gate iu Congress of any vacancy which may be regarded as existing in the State, 
District, or Territory which he represents, and the nomination of a candidate 
to fill such vacancy shall be made upon the recommendation of the Senator, 
Representative, or Delegate. Such recommendation shall be made by the first 
day of Juno of that year, and if not so made the Secretary of the Navy shall fill 
the vacancy by the appointment of an actual resident of the State, District, or 
Territory in which the vacancy exists, who shall have been for at least two 
years immediately preceding his appointment an actual bona fide resident of 
the State, District, or Territory in which the vacancy exists and shall have the 
qualifications otherwise prescribed by law: And provided further, That the 
Superintendent of the Naval Academy shall make such rules, to be approved 
by the Secretary of the Navy, as will effectually prevent the practice of hazing; 
and any cadet found guilty of participating in or encouraging or countenancing 
such practice shall be summarily exijelled from the Academy, and shall not 
thereafter be reappointed to the Corps of Cadets or be eligible for appointment 
as a commissioned officer in the Army or Navy or Marine Corps until two years 
after the graduation of the class of which he was a member. — {Act of Congress 
approved March 3, 1903.) 

VI. "Candidates allowed for Congressional Districts, for Territories, and for 
the District of Columbia, must be actual residents of the districts or Territories, 
respectively, from which they are nominated. And all candidates must, at the 
time of their examination for admission, be between the ages of * sixteen and 
tioenty years, and physically sound, well formed, and of robust constitution.*' — 
{Rev. Stat, % 1517.) 

VII. Examinations for the admission of candidates will be held at various 
points throughout the United States, under the 8ui)ervision of the Civil Service 
Commission, on the third Tuesday in April. Candidates are examined mentally 
only at this examination. All those qualifying mentally, who are entitled to 
appointment in order of nomination, will be notified by the Sui)erintendent of 
the Naval Academy to report at the Academy for physical examination about 
June 10, and, if physically qualified, will be appointed. 

The second and last examination will be held at Annapolis, Md., only, on the 
third Tuesday in June, under the supervision of the Superintendent of the 
Naval Academy, and all those qualifying mentally, who are entitled to appoint- 
ment in order of nomination, will be directed to report for physical examination 
as soon as practicable at the Naval Academy. 

Members and Delegates in Congress having the appointment of a midshipman 
to make are authorized to nominfite one principal and five alternates. The 
alternates are to be numbered from one to five and appointment made in the 
same order, i. e., if the principal passes, he is to be appointed, but If the princi- 
pal should fail, and the first alternate qualify, the first alternate is to be 
appointed. In case the principal and the first alternate should fail, and the 
second alternate qualify, the second alternate is to be appointed, and so on 
down the list, in regular numerical order, until the fifth alternate is reached 
and included. 

The successful candidates will be ordered to report to the Superintendent of 
the Academy for physical examination. 

Candidates will be required to enter the Academy immediately after passing 
the prescribed examination. 

No leave of absence will be grarited to midshipmen of the fourth class. 

♦Act 3d March, 1003. 



ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 143 

EXAMINATION. 

VUL "AU candidates for admission to the Academy shall he examined 
according to such regulations and at such stated times as the Secretary of the 
Kavy may prescribe. Candidates rejected at such examination shall not have 
the privilege of another examination for admission to the same class unless 
recommended by the Board of Examiners."— {Rev. Stat., § 15 15.) 

IX. *' When any candidate who has been nominated upon the recommenda- 
tion of a Member or Delegate of the House of Representatives is found, upon 
examination, to be physically or mentally disqualified for admission, the Mem- 
ber or Del^ate shall be notified to recommend another candidate, who shall be 
examined according to the provisions of the preceding section." — (Rev. Stat., 
§ J516.) 

X. Candidates will be examined physically at the Naval Academy, by a board 
composed of three medical officers of the Navy. Any one of the following con- 
ditions will be sufficient to cause the rejection of a candidate, viz : 

Feeble constitution, inherited or acquired; 

Retarded development ; 

Imjiaired general health ; 

Decided cachexia, diathesis, or predisposition ; 

Any disease, deformity, or result of injury that would impair efficiency; 
such as — 

Weak or disordered intellect ; 

Cutaneous or communicable disease ; 

Unnatural curvature of the spine, torticollis, or other deformity ; 

Inefficiency of either of the extremities or large articulations from any cause ; 

Epilejjsy or other convulsions within five years ; 

ImiMdred vision, disease of the organs of vision, imperfect color sense ; visual 
acuteness must be normal in both eyes ; 

Impaired hearing or disease of the ear ; 

Chronic nasal catarrh, ozaena, polypi, or great enlargement of the tonsils ; 

Impediment of speech to such an extent as to impair efficiency in the perform- 
ance of duty ; 

Disease of heart or lungs or decided indications of liability to cardiac or 
pnlmonary affections ; 

Hernia, complete or incomplete, and undescended testis ; 

Varicocele, sarcocele, hydrocele, stricture, fistula, hemorrhoids, or varicose 
reios of lower limbs ; 

Disease of the genito-urinary organs ; 

Chronic ulcers, ingrowing nails, large bunions, or other deformity of the feet ; 

Loss of many teeth, or teeth generally unsound. 

Attention will also be paid to the stature of the candidate, and no one mani- 
fe^ly under size for his age will be received at the Academy. The height of 
candidates for admission shall not be less than 5 feet 3 inches Iwtweeu the ages 
of 16 and 18 years, and not less than 5 feet 4 inches between the ages of 18 and 
20 years; and the minimum weight at 16 years of age shall be 100 pounds, with 
an increase of not less than 5 pounds for each additional year, or fraction of a 
year over one-half Any marked deviation in the relative height and weight to 
the age of a candidate will add materially to the consideration for rejection. 

XI. Candidates -will be examined mentally in writing, punctuation, spelling, 
arithmetic, greography, EngUsh grammar, United States history, world's his- 
tory, algebra tlirongli quadratic equations, and plane geometry (five books of 
Ghanvenet's Cteometry, or an equivalent). Deficiency in any one of these sub- 
jects may be sufficient to insure the rejection of the candidate. 



'iDMISSION <1P CANDIDATES. 

GENERAL CHARACTER OF THE EXAMINATION, 

Readinq and WBiTiNa. — Candidates inuet be able to read understandjngly, 
and with proi)er accent and emphasis, and to write legibly, neatly, and rapidly. 

Spelling.— They must l« able to write, from dictation, paTtignipha from 
standard pieces of English literature, both proee iind poetry, sufficient in nuiU' 
ber to test fully their qoalifieations in tbia branch. Tlie epelUng tlironghont 
the examination will be considered in marking the papers. The Academic 
Board are instructed not to reject a candidate whose only deficiency is in 
spelling when the mark therefor is above a certain figure, to be fixed by th« 
board, subject to the revision of the department. 

PrNCTDATioN AJJD Capitals.— Til ey must be familiar with the rules for pnncta- 
ation and for the use of capitals. In order to test their knowledge. Hentence» 
will be given for correction. 

GRAUMAJt. — Candidates must exhibit thorough familiarity with English 
grammar; they must be oble to analyze anil parse any sentence given, showing 
clearly the relations between the different parts of speech, and giving the rules 
governing those relations. The subject and predicate in the sentence must be 
given, with modifiers (if any), and also the part of speech, and kind, case, voice, 
mood, tense, number, person, degree of comparison, etc., as the case may be, of 
each word, and its relation to other words in the sentence. 

They must be able to define the terms used in grammar, a number of which 
will be given as a test of their knowledge. 

A composition on one of tliree subjects will be required. 

Since the school grammars used in difTerent parts of the country vary among 
themselves in their treatment of certain words, an answer approved by any 
grammar of good ^pute will be accepted. 

QGOoaApHY. — Candidates will be required to pass a satisfactory examination 
in descriptive geography, particularly of our own country. Questions will bo 
given under the following heads: The definitions of latitude and longitude; 
the zones: the grand divisions of land and water: the chiiracter of coastlines; 
the climate of different parts of the United States; trade winds: the direction 
and position of important mountain chains and the locality of the higlier 
peaks; the position and conrse of the principal rivers, their tribntaries. and the 
bodies of water into which they flow; the position of importunt seas, bays, 
golfs, and anus of the sea; the position of independent States, their boundaries 
and capttal cities; the position and direction of great peninsulas and the eitna- 
tion of important and prominent capes, straits, Bounds, channels, and the most 
important canals, great lakes, and inland seas; position and political connec- 
tion of important islanils and colonial possessions : location of cities of historical, 
political, or commercial importance, attention being especially called to the 
rivers and bodies of water on which cities are situated ; the course of a vessel in 
making a voyage between well-known ports. 

The candidate's knowledge of the geography of the United States can not be 
too full or specific on all the points referred to above. Accurate kuowleilge will 
also be required of the position of the country with reference to other States, 
and with reference to latitude and longitude, of the boundaries and relative 
IMMition of the States and Territories, of the name and position of their capitals, 
and of other important cities and towns. 

United States History, — The examination in this branch will include ques- 
tions concerning the early settlements in this country ; the forms of government 
in the colonies ; the causes, leading events, and results of wars; and prominent 
events in the history of our Glovemment since its foundation. 

World's History. — Candidates mnst lie familiar with the general history of 
the world, including the rise and the fall of empires and of dynasties; changes 



ta territory a« lh« result nf wars or from other causes: the most impor 
tn«des of peace ; the relations Iietween cliorcli and state in different couotrii 
in brief, such tDfaRDation aa may be fonnd in the ordinarj' geaeral histories. 

Aiuthketk;. — The candidate will be required — 

Toeifrresa in fignres any whole, decimal, or mixed number i to write in wo 
■nj ^ven ntunber: to perform with facility and accuracy thevariona oporati' 
o[ vlditicin. subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole naml^ra, whetlior' 
abitntL-t or compound, and to use with facility the tables of money. weiyUta^ 
and taeaeairs in common use, including English money. 

To reduce compound numbers from one denomination to another, and to 
«(pi«m them as decimals or fractions of a higher or lower denomination ; to 
«tat« the nnmber of cnbic inches in a gallon and the relation between the troy 
and kroardnpoia pounds, and to reducedifferencesof time to differenceaof longi- 
tude and vie* versa. 

Tn define prime and composite nnmbers; to give the tests of divisibility by 3. 
S, 7. S. 11, So. and 13o: to resolve numbers into their prime factors, and to find 
the least common multiple and the greatest common divisor of large as well 
■6 of small numbers. 

To be familisr with all the processes of common and decimal fractions; to 
give clearly the reasons for such proceeges. and to be able to use the contracted 
methols of multiplication and division given in the ordinary text-books on 
arithmetic. 

To define ratio and proportion, and to solve problems in simple and compound ' 
proportion. 

To solve problems involving the measurement of rectangular surfaces and ofj 
siilids, tu find the square roots and the cube roots of nnmbers, and to solve sini* 
plf problems under percentage, interest, and discount. 

The candidates are required to possess such a thorough understanding of all' 
lb» timdamental operations of arithmetic as will enable them to apply the 
Tarinns principles to the solution of any complex problem that can be tiolved by 
the methods of arithmetic ; in other words, they must possess such a complete 
knuwledge of arithmetic as will enable them to proceed at once to the higher 
bnuiches of mathematics without further study of arithmetic. 

AuiEBRA. — The eiamination in algebra will include questions and probleou 
upon the fundamental rules, factoring, greatest common divisor, least commit 
molliple. algebraic fractions, equations of the first degree with one or mora 
imknown quantities, simplification of expreesions involving surds, and the solu- 
tion and theory of quadratic equations, 

GEOMETKY.^-In geometry candidates will be required to give accurate defini- 
tions of terms used in plane geometry, to demonstrate any proposition of plane 
geometry as given in the ordiiury text-books, and to solve simple geometrical 
problems, either by a construction or by an application of algebra. 



(JCESTIONB AT EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION. APRIL. 1003. 



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140 ADMISSION OP CANDIDATES. 

First Subject — Punctuation and Capitals. 

Punctuate and capitalize the following : 

the discourse consisted of two parts in the first was shown the necessity of 
exercise in the second the advantages that would result from it 

mid such a heavenly scene as this death is an empty name 
thou It yet survive the storm and bloom in paradise 
methought that i lay naked and faint neath a tropic sky 
if i d a throne i d freely share it with thee 
that lesson in my memory i 11 treasure up with care 
i might have lived and joyed immortal bliss 

dequinceys philosophical writers 2 vols vol 1 hamilton mackintosh kant hei^« 
richter lessing vol 2 bently parr 

Second Subject— Grammar. 

1. (a) Name the part of si)eech to which words italicized belong: (1) He 
spoke in low gentlemanly tones. (2) I saw tJiat he could not reach that limb. 
(8) I think you look like her. (4) He only smiled in answer to her question. 

{b) Name the case of italicized words, giving reasons: (1) H*^^ were you 
toying with? (2) li7io do you think I am? (3) To you belongs the credit 
(4) I want my son to be a sailor. 

2. (a) Write sentences containing: (1) An adjective phrase; (2) an adverbial 
clause; (3) a substantive clause the object of a prei>osition ; (4) an adverbial 
phraHo modifying an adjective. (Underscore the phrase or clause referred to.) 

(?>) Correct the following sentences (make no unnecessary changes) : (1) He 
don't look much like his famous uncle. (2) I feel like it is going to rain. (8) I 
vnah he was here. (4) Though he seemed confused, he sx)oke like a honest man. 

3. Analyze the following sentence (do not use diagrams) : 

The English frigates having spoken a brig that had sighted the Constitution, 
sailed south before they could verify the presence of an enemy. 

•4. Parse tho italicized words in the following: With the greatest deference, u« 
beg h^ave to tiuggest that a powerful army on the side of America hath been con- 
sidered by this Congress as the only means left to stem the rapid progress of a 
tjTannical ministry. 

5. Write an essay of about one page on one of the following subjects: 

(1) Tho description of some machine. (2) My reasons for coming to the 
Naval Academy. (3) Najwleon Bonaparte. 

Third Subject— Geography. 

1. Fix the position of the following-named places: (a) Austin; (6) Acapulco; 
(c) Cienfuegos; ((/) Pernambuco; (e) Bordeaux; (/) Bergen; {g) Palermo; 
(h) Hull; {k) Rangoon; (/) Hankow. 

2. Bound the following States: (a) Delaware; (b) Kansas; (c) Mississippi 
Name and locate accurately the capital of each of the following States: (a) 
Maine; (b) New Jersey; (c) Georgia; {d} Colorado; (e) Washington. 

3. {(t) Fix the position of the following islands and state to what country each 
island or each group behnigs: (1) St. Kitts; (2) Tonga Islands; (8) Caroline 
Islands; (4) Leyte; (5) Tutuila. 

(?>) Fix the positions of the following bodies of water: (1) Mindoro Strait; 
(2) Lake Victoria ; (3) Gulf of Pechili ; (4) Lake Onega: (5) Casco Bay. 

4. (a) What is the equator? (b) How are latitude and longitude measured? 
((•) When it is 1:00 p. m. at Greenwich, what time is it at Shanghai, in Long. 
120'' E. ? (d) Ottawa is in Long. 75'' W. Wlien it is noon at Ottawa, in what 
longitude is a place where it is 4: 00 p. m.? 



ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 147 

5. (a) Jtfake a voyage from Yokohama to St. Louis via Hong Kong and the 
Suez Canal, naming in the proper order the waters passed through, 
(b) Name and locate exactly seven imx)ortant x>ort8 that might be visited. 

FouBTH Subject — United States History. 

1. Give some acconnt of the following : (1 ) Sir Francis Drake ; (2) Champlain ; 
(8) John C. Fremont ; (4) Patrick Henry. 

2. Of whom was the Plymouth Ck)mx)any comx)osed? What territory was 
granted them? When and where was the first Colonial Assembly? When was 
the battle of Brandywine fought, and who was victorious? When was the battle 
(tf Shiloh fought, and who commanded? 

3. When was the national flag adopted? Describe it. What were some of 
the most important naval victories for the Americans in 1812? When was the 
battle of Murfreesboro fought, and which army was victorious? What were 
the Alien and Sedition Laws? 

4. Explain the Tenure of Office Act. Give an account of the Peninsular Cam- 
paign. Describe Sherman's ''March to the Sea," after the burning of Atlanta. 
How was Alaska obtained? What were the "X. Y. Z. Papers"? 



Shkct 2. 

GkniSdate miift fill fTiin» coznznenced, . Date, . Examination No., — . 

these blanka. (Time finished, . Place of examination, . 

Fifth Subject— World's History. 

N. B. — ^Do not write on this sheet. Blank sheets will be furnished for the answers to the questions hereon. 
Haaiber answers to corre^toml with nambers of questions. 

Write only on the ruled side of the blank sheets furnished. 

Time allowed fur the subjects of World's History, Beading, and Spelling together is 2 hours. About 1^ 
hours are allowed for this subject. 

Question 1. (a) Where was Phoenicia situated and for what was it chiefly 
noted? (6) What was the source of wealth of the inhabitants and what were 
their principal colonies? (c) Give a brief acconnt of the Second Punic War, 
including in it the cause, date, duration, names of opposing generals, important 
battles, and the final result, (d) Who was Archimedes and for what was he 
noted? 

Question 2. Give a brief account of the War of the Roses, stating cause, dates, 
important battles, and results. 

Question S. Give an account of the following-named men: (a) Admiral 
Coligny; (6) Robespierre; (c) Martin Luther; (d) Nathaniel Hawthorne; (e) 
Warren Hastings. 

Question 4. (a) Write about the formation of the present German Empire. 
(6) Give a brief account of the Franco-Prussian War, giving cause, date, prin- 
cipal events, results, and the terms of the final treaty of peace. 

Sixth Subject— Reading (omitted). 

SnKET 4. 

Ctedidate mnat fill (Time commenced, . Date, . Kxaniiuatioo No., — . 

tbeee blanks. (Time fin iahed, . Place of oxaminatiun, . 

Seventh Subject — Spelling. 

Neither penmanship, capitaliiation, nor punctuation will be directly considered in marking: this sheet. 

One of the examiners will dictate an exercise of about '2(X) words ho distiDctly that all porHoii:) being exam- 
laed can hear him. The passage will first be read for inforraatiun and then be dictated in phnujos of five or 
six vonb sufficiently slow to enable every candidate to write all tbc words, but at a rate not to exceed twelve 
words a mlnnte. 

If from anycaoae the candidate miss a word he should not pauHe, Itut leave a blank space and go on with 
the next word be hears. No corrections will be permitted after the close of the dictation. 



148 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

Candidates should pay careful' attention to the fint reading of the dictation exerciee, and should not b^ 
to write until the second reading is commenced. The examiner will announce the time of commendng |at 
before beginning the second reading, and the time of finishing immediately following the conclusion of the 
dictation, both of which times the candidate should note on this sheet. 



Shbct 5. 

Candidate mast fill (Time commenced, . Date, . Examination No., — . 

these blanlu. (Time finished, . Place of examination, . 

Eighth Subject— Arithmetic. 

Time allowed, 3 hours. 

N. B. — Do not write on this sheet. Blank sheets will be famished for the answers to the questions hersoo. 
Number answers to correspond with numbers of questions. 

Write only on the ruled side of the blank sheets furnished. 

In solving problems the processes should be not merely indicated, bat all thb novRES necessary in solv- 
ing each problem should be givbh in ri'LL. Number the work and answers to correspond with the numbers 
of the questions. The answer to each problem should be indicated by writing **Ans." after it. 

Do not use a separate sheet of any kind for rough work. All work should be submitted in its original form. 
No smooth copy is required. Pencil may be used for all mathematical work. 

Question 1. (a) Multiply 3.14159265 by 2.71828183; the result to be correct to 

five decimal places. ( Contracted method preferred, ) 

(b) Divide 125.12925465 by 2302.58509 to six decimal places. 

(c) Divide 1.80985965 by 132.8825; exact result required. 

(d) Reduce V- to a circulating decimal, and find the value of .2387 

as a common fraction in its lowest terms. 

Questions, (a) Find the square root of 187.364 to six decimal places. 

(6) Find the cube root of 1896.343 to five decimals. 
Question 3. (a) Find the interest on £715 7s. 6d. for 2 years, 5 months and 20 

days at 6^ per annum. 
(6) The interest on $3751.50 for 2 years and 8 months is 1312.62^; 

what is the rate % per annum? 
(c) Divide 1107792 into three parts prox>ortional to 31, 49, and 67. 

Question 4, (a) Find the greatest common divisor of 5117707 and 2529793. 
{h) Simplify (3| - 4i + 2^,) -*- (9^ - 7^). 

(c) Find the value of -^ -*- -^. given a = 7i, h =J54, c = 5^, d = 

a — h c+d 



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Question 5. (a) A person invested in a stock which paid A% dividend on its par 

value and found that his income on the investment was 4|^; 
what price did he pay for the stock? 

(h) What fraction of 5 lb. 11 oz. Avoirdupois must be added to 3 lb. 
6 oz. 9 dwt. Troy in order that the sum may be 3 lb. 11 oz. 
TroyV 

(c) A cistern is in the form of a cube, and contains 166 cubic feet 
648 cubic inches ; how much will it cost to line its sides and 
bottom with sheet lead at 6^ cents per pound, the lead weigh- 
ing 2 lb. per square foot? 

Question 6, (a) A number is divided by 5 and the remainder is 4, the quotient is 

divided by 7 and the remainder is 6, and the second quotient is 
divided by 11 and the remainder is 10; what is the remainder 
when the number is divided by 385? 
(6) If 60 cubic inches of lead together with 108 cubic inches of cork 
are equal in weight to 1538|^ cubic inches of wood, and the 
weight of equal quantities of lead and wood are represented 
by the numbers 11.324 and 0.45, what number represents the 
weight of an equal (quantity of cork? 



ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 149 

Shkct 6. 

Ciindhlif BiMl flU f Tina commenced, . Date, . Examination No., — . 

btonka. \Tbne fkoiahed, . Place of examination, . 



Ninth Subject— Al^ebea. 

Ttaoe aUoved, 2 hoan. 

N. B. — Do not write on this eheet. Blank sheets will be furnished for the answers to the questions hereon. 
Smabcr answers to correspond with nnmbers of qaeetions. 

WfHe onlj on the ruled side of the blank sheets furnished. 

In solTJns problems the processes should be not merely indicated, but all the norsn necessary in solring 
mtk pfx>blcm shonld be onrsir in ftll. Number the work and answers to correspond with the numbers of 
the qnestkms. The answer to each problem should be indicated by writing "Ans.** after it. 

Do not use a eeparate sheet of any kind for rough work. All work should be submitted in Its original form, 
jfo (HBOotti copy is reqnired. Pendl may be used for all mathematical work. 

Quegtion 1. (a) Find the valneof a{8a— 7(2a-4)+8[4(13-a)-3(2a-9)]} -11a 

when a =7. 
(h) Subtract the square of (4— 3a?+2£c*— a?») from the cube of (4+ 

xJt-Z 11— a? 3a?— 1 

(c) Solve — 2" — "~5~ = ""20~ "^ ^^' 

,^ r^ A ^ , ^ . 30a:*4-lla?'~82a?«-12a?4-48 

(d) Reduce to lowest terms i2aj4^_5ajs_38a.«_6a;+20 " 

Qtiegtion S. (a) Resolve into factors ic*y»— 12ajy+86, 5a7'+7a;y— 6y», 7a;*— 15a?+2, 

a?*+4, andaj*+l. 
(6) Resolve into factors Ca;*4-ay— 2y»-l-5a;4-8y— 6. 
Resolve into four factors 4a*6'— (a*+6*— c*)'. 
, V r.. ,.. h—a a— 26 3a?(a— 6) 

(c) Simplify ^:3^ - ^:p5- + -^^ngr- 

{Question 3. (a) Solve 34a:— 15y=88 \ and ax+byz^c. 

51ar+40y-=62 S dx-\- ey—J. 

., r. , 3a:— 2 2x-5 10 

(b) Solve 2^35 + 3^1:2 = ^. 

(c) A number of articles was bought for $35.00, two were lost, and 

the remainder were sold for $36.00, the selling price of each 
being 50 cents more than was paid for it ; how many were 
bought ? 

()^jt%ii(ya 4. (a) Find or write the square root of 7+4 ^, of 12+6 |/3, and of 

49+12 yS. 

^. ,.^ 8+ i/3 3— s/% 

Simplify ^ H ^• 

omp J' 2- i/3 2+^/3 

(6) Multiply a'^— a^+1— a~^+a"'^ by a^+l+a"^- 

and simplify == — - — • 

V-2+1 

(c) Find the three roots of 0:^—1=0, and find the square of each of 
the imaginary roots. 

(^yuextUm 5. (a) Solve the equations 667a:' +6^—1=0 

(a;+5) (a;— 2)+3 |/iK[«+3a?=0. 
(6) Find x and y from the equations a?*— 4y*=9, a?T/+2y*=3. 



Sheet 7. 

Qudidste mnst fill ("Time commenced, . Date, . Examination No., — . 

lh«se blanks. (Time finished, . Place of examination, . 

Tenth Subject — Geometry. 

Time allowed, 2 honrs. 

y. B.— Do not writ© on this sheet. Blank sheets will be furnished for the answers to tho questions 
bcRon. Number answers to correspond with numbers of questions. 
Writs onlj on the ruled side oi tbe blank sheet fumlBbed. 



150 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

In solring problems the procesaet ahoald be not merely indicated, bnt all thk fiovrbs necesnry in toh- 
Ing each problem should be arvKN in ruLL. Number the work and answers to correspond with the namben 
of the questions. The answer to each problem should be indicated by writing "Ans/* after it. 

Do not use a separate sheet of any kind for rough work. All work should be submitted in its origiail 
form. No smooth copy is required. Pencil may be used for all mathematical work. 

Question 1. (a) Define axiom, postulate, theorem; give an example of each. 

What is a geometric locusf Give f onr examples of a locos 
and in each case state what points make up the locos. 

(6) Define a Hght angle. Prove that the stun of the three angles 
of a triangle is two right angles. Name and define the 
classes of triangles, (1) with reference to their sides, (2) with 
reference to their angles. 

(c) Prove that the three medial lines of a triangle meet in a point 

Question 2. (a) Define circle, chord, arc^ sector, segment , tangent, and secant. 

Prove that any angle inscribed in a semicircle is a right angle 
(assuming measure of inscribed angle). A and Bare fixed 
points, AC is drawn in any direction, and BP is drawn per- 
pendicular to AC, meeting AC at P ; what is the locus of PT 

(6) Prove that an inscribed angle is measiired by one-half the 
intercepted arc (three cases). 

(c) Two secants meet outside the circle; state how the angle 
between them is measured and prove your statement. Two 
tangents are drawn to a circle from the same point; bow is 
the angle between them measured? 

Question 3. (a) Construct an angle of 45" and one of 60*. Upon a line abont U 

inches long construct a segment to contain an angle of 60*. 

(6) A line AB is divided internally at C and externally at D; which 
are the internal segments? and which the external? Prove 
that the bisector of an angle of a triangle divides the opposite 
side internally and externally into segments proportional to 
the adjacent sides. 

(c) The sides of a triangle are a, h, and c; find the segments into 
which each side is divided (internally) by the bisector of the 
opposite angle. 

Question 4. (a) State and prove the proposition that * ' In any triangle the square 

of a side opposite an acute angle is equal to, " etc. State the 
similar proposition for the square of a side opposite an obtuse 
angle. 

(b) What is a mean proportional? Construct a mean proportional 

between two given lines and give reasons for your construc- 
tion. What is meant by dividing a line in extreme and mean 
ratio? When are quantities reciprocally proportional? 

(c) Show how to divide a line internally and externally in extreme 

and mean ratio and prove your construction. 

Question 6. (a) Prove that in a right triangle the perpendicular from the right 

angle upon the h>T>otenuse is a mean proportional between 
the segments of the hypotenuse, and find the length of the 
perpendicular and of each of the segments when the sides 
are a and b and the hypotenuse is c. 

(6) Find the area of the regular dodecagon inscribed in a circle, 
radius a. Find the length of a side of the dodecagon. 

(c) Three equal circles, radius a, touch each other, and another 
circle is circumscribed about them ; find the radius, circum- 
ference, and area of the circumscribed circle. 



ADMISSION OP CANDIDATES. 



161 



ADMISSION. 

Xn. Candidates that pass the physical and mental examinations will receive 
appointments as midshipmen, and become students of the Academy. Each 
midshipman will be required to sign articles by which he binds himself to serve 
in the United States Navy eight years (including his time of probation at the 
Naval Academy), unless sooner discharged. 

The iMiy of a midshipman is $500 a year, commencing at the date of his 
admission. 

xm. Midshipmen will supply themselves, immediately after their admission, 
with the following articles, viz : 



One dress jacket J $20.78 

Oneblouse >.. 15.22 

One pair dress trousers — 11.83 

One pair service trousers 6.68 

Oneovercoat 26.98 

One reefer 12.18 

Two white blouses 8. 50 

Two pairs white trousers 8.20 

One mackintosh 8.26 

One cap cover .80 

Eight work suits 6.64 

Two pairs of regulation leggings 1 . 50 

Two i>arade caps 7.10 

One knit cap .62 

Onemug 08 

Onesoapbox .75 

One laundry book 19 

One pair blankets 4.20 

One pair overshoes .55 

Two pairs high shoes 7. 06 

Eight white shirts 4. 40 

Twelve collars -. 1.50 

Eight pairs cufiS 1.44 

Eight pairs socks 1.44 

*Eight towels- 1.50 

♦Shaving outfit 2. 85 

* Six pairs drawers ( summer) . 2. 28 

* Six vmdershirts (summer) 2. 28 

One hand glass 50 

Three strix)ed jerseys 2.40 

Onejackknife 42 

When moving into quarters. Midshipmen will supply themselves \v 
following articles, viz : 



Two lanyards 

Six sheets 

Hammock clews 

One pair bathing trunks 

Three pairs white gloves 

Two clothes bags 

One hammock mattress . 

aOne requisition book 

aOne pass book 

a Stencil, ink, and brush 

a Wash basin and pitcher 

a One pair gymnasium slippers. 

*One whisk .-. 

♦One coarse comb--- 

*One cake soap ___ 

*One hairbrush 

♦Stationery 

* Twelve white handkerchiefs . 

* One pair suspenders 

Four suits pajamas 

* One toothbrush l.. 

♦Thread and needles -. 

♦Blacking brush and blacking. 

♦Nailbrush - 

Six pillowcases 

One black silk neckerchief 

Name plate - 

One blue jersey _ 

Three white hats 



$0.22 

3.00 

.55 

.15 

.81 

.50 

2.93 

.25 

.25 

.35 

.75 

.80 

.19 

.12 

.10 

.50 

.50 

2.40 

.40 

6.20 

.23 

.20 

.65 

.30 

.66 

.45 

.11 

1.96 

1.20 

184. 99 
ith the 



a Two bedspreads $1.90 

aTwoi)air8 drill gloves 1.10 

aOneslopjar 88 

a Two spatter cloths 1.00 

One hair pillow 74 

Onemirror .- 1.00 



a One rug SO. 80 

a One hair mattress 5.10 

aOne broom .30 



12.82 



Articles marked a will not be taken on board the practice ship. 

The articles marked *, not being required to conform to a standard pattern, 
may be brought by the midshipmen from home, but all other articles must con- 
form to the regulations, and must therefore be supplied by the storekeeper. 



152 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATSS. 

Each midshipman most, on admission, deposit with the x>ay officer the stun 
of $60, for which he will be credited on the books of that officer, to be expended 
by direction of the Superintendent in the purchase of text-books and other 
authorized articles besides those enumerated in the preceding article. 

All deposits for clothing and the entrance deposit of $60 must be made before 
a candidate can be received into the Academy. 

SUMMARY OF EXPENSES. 

Deposit for clothing, etc $197.81 

Dei)osit for books, etc — 60.00 



257. 81 



The value of clothing brought from home is to be deducted from this amount 
Each midshipman will be credited, as soon as adjusted by the Treasury 

Department, with the amount of his actual expenses in traveling from his home 

to the Academy. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION, 1904-1908. 



[Befereoce books are marked *.] 



riBST YEAR— FOURTH CLASS. 



PIBCT TESM. 



1 

D^iartmenta. 


> 

« 


Subjects. 


Text-books. 


MAUSt ESGIXKERIMO AMD 

SiTAL Construction. 
MirnnATir^ __. 


3 

6 

4 

3 


Mechanical drawing 

Algebra 


Bartlett's Mechanical Drawing.* 
I>epartment Marine Engineering Notes.* 

Hall and Knight's Elementary Algebra. 
Hall and Knight's Higher Algebra. 
Gauss's Tables of Logarithms.* 
Chauvenet's Geometry. 
Church's Descriptive Geometry. 

Hill's Foandations of Rhetoric. 


I<!6U61I AND IjAW, . .... 


Logarithms, geometry, and 
deecriptiTe geometry. 

English -_ 


1 

MOMM LASGrAOKa 


French 


Hill's Principles of Rhetoric. 

Buehler's Practical Exercises in English. 

Webster's Dictionary.* 

Themes. 

Marion's Elementary Course of French 

Pronunciation. 
Bercy's Le Franyais Pratique. 
Bercy's Ta Langue Frauyaise, I. 



SECONU TERM. 



HiRIKE K.^G1 SEEKING AND 
NiUL OoXSTBrCTlOX. 

MlTHEXATICS 



tx«usH AS D Law 



VoDiui Lakguaoes -. 



Mechanical drawing.. 



Algebra 

DcHScriptiTe geometry; trig 
onometry. 

English 

French or Spanish 



Bartlett's Mechanical Drawing.* 
Department Marine Engineering NotcH.* 

Hall and Knight's Ili^cher .Mt^ebra. 
Church's Dencriptive Geometry, 
Bowser's Tripononietry. 
Gauss's Tables of Lo^nthms.* 
Bowditch's Usi-'ful Tables.* 

Genung's Outlines of Ubetoric. 
Abbott's How to Write Cleariy. 
Andrews's Manual of the Constitution. 
Webster's Dictionary.* 
Themes. 

Bercy's La Lanpno Franyaiso, I. 

Blariou's Le VtTb*-. 

Ik'llows's Dictionary. 

Cusacbs'.s EUMn<?ntary Course of Spanish 

Pronunciation. 
Marion and den (larennes's Introducci6n 

a la Leneua Castellana. 



(153) 



154 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION, 1904-1905. 



SECOND TEAS— THIRD CLASS. 



riBST TERM. 



Departments. 




Marine Knuinef.rinu and 
Naval ('oNhTKrcTioN. 



PlITSICS AND CUKMISTRV 



Matiikmatics 



Enulirii ano Law 



Modern LAN(;rA<;iui. 



Subject!. 



Mechanical drawing.. 

Elomentarj physics .. 
Chemistry 



6 Conic sections 

Descriptive preometry 

DifTerential calculas 

United States naval history. 



French or Spanish 



Text-books. 



Bureau Stoam Engineering Prints and 

Drawings.* 
Bartlett's Mechanical Drawing.* 
Department Marine Engineering Notes.* 

Daniell's Principles of Physics. 
Stewart and Gee's Practical Physics. 
Bemsen's Introduction to the Study of 

Chemistry. 
Lecture Notes. 

Smith's Conic Sections. 

Church's Descriptive Geometry. 

Bice and Johnson's Differential Oakulns. 

Maclay's History of the U. 8. Nary. 
Webster's Dictionary.* 

Bercy's Lectures Fscllcs. 
M^ras's Syntaxe Pratique. 
Marion's Le Verbe. 
Ybarra's Practical Method. 
Gil Bias de Santillana. 
VertxM y Notas Gramaticalea. 
Appleton's Dictionary. 



SECOND term. 



Marink FIni.inkkuin'J and 
Nan VI, CoNsTKrcno.N. ' 

I 
Physics and Chemistry i 



Math EM at nn 



English and Imw 



Modern Lanucaoks 



MiThanical proccsseH Lineham's Mechanical Engineering. 



Chemistry 



Elementary physics i Daniell's Principles of Physics. 

Stewart and Gee's Practical Physics. 

Watw»n'8 Physics. 

Bemsen's Introduction to the Study uf 
Chemistry. 

Stoddard's Outline of QualiUtive Analy- 
sis. 

Lecture Notes. 

Integral calculns i Johnson's Integral Calculus. 

Sjihorical trivjonomotry Chauvonct's Trigonometry. 

Stenographic projection Notes on Projections. 

' Bowditch's Useful Tables.* 

Knt;li8h literature Panroast's Representative English Litera* 

1 tare. 

I Panroast's Standard English Prose. 

I Themes. 

French or S|)aniKh \ M^ras's Syntaxe Pratique. 

French Plays. 

YlMiri-H'8 Pnictical Method. 

Loineaux'N Header. 

VerlNj!> V Notas Gramaticales. 



G017R8B OF INSTRUCTION, 1904-1905. 



155 



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■tmctionB. 


Drill RegulationH. 


XAim ESGIKEERIKG AHD 
XaTH CoiiSTBrCTIOJI. 


4 


Principlee of mechaoism 

Marino engines and boilers. 


Goodeve's Elements of Mechanism. 
Gow's Notes and Problems. 
Bieg's Naval Boilers. 
Sennett and Oram's Marine Engines. 


MKBASICf.. 


6 


Theoretical mechanics . 


Johnson's Mechanics. 


PiTMcs AXP CaKMismr _ 


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Physics. ,.. , 


Danieirs Principles of Physics. 
Watson's Physics. 

Stewart and Gee's Practical Physics. 
Lecture Notes. 


Modus LAXorAOSS 


2 


Spanish 


Spanish plays. 



SECOND TEBM. 



SUXASSHir. 



OlDSAXCI AXD GUXKKRT 



SAnaATiox 



Miuxi Engixbebing and 
Natal Cosstbuction. 



Mbcbaxics... 



PHTSICS ASiD CHSaiTfiTaT 



XoDcn Lakouao^. 



F. 



Seamanship 



Gnn drills and torpedoes 

I nstmctions for target prac- 
tice. 
Ordnance and gunnery 



Astronomy 
Navigation 



Marine engines and boilers. 



Mechanics 

Physics 

Electricity and magnetism 

French or Spanish 



Knight's Modem Seamanship. 
Tactical Signal Book. 
Manual of Seamanship, U. S. Navy, Houri- 
gan. 

Drill Regulations. 

Instructions for Target Practice. 

Text-book, Ordnance and Gunnery, Ful- 
lam-Hart. 

White's Astronomy. 
Coffin's Navigation. 
Nautical Almanac.* 
Bowditch's Navigator.* 

Sennett and Oram's Marine Steam Engine. 
Marine Engines, Problems, Notes, and 

Sketches. 
Huntington and McMillan's Metals. 
Navy Regulations. 
Care and Management of En^iuos and 

Boilers. 

Cotterill and Slade's Lessons in Applied 

Mechanics. 
Alger's Hydro-Mechanics. 

Same as for first term. 
Thompson's Electricity and Magnetism. 
Day's Exercises in Electrical Measure- 
ments. 
Lecture Notes. 

French and Spanish comedy and novels. 



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COURSE OF INSTKUCTION 
PRACTICAL INSTKUCTION OF MIDSHIPMEN, 

BEAMAHSinP. 

i; and splicing ; compass and lead line: ship nomenclattire : cutting 

! hemp rigging; cntting and fitting wire rigging; rowijig. and llip 

^mettt of hoa-ta nnder oars and under sail; sailuiuking : uioking up. 

:. onbending, and handling soils ; rigging ship; stripping ship ; shifting 

; gettiiig nnder -way and anchoring ; evolutions with vessels under sail and 

T staatn ; signaling, Anaj and Navy Code ; management of steam latmchee ; 

n fleet tactics with steam laonchee. 



Infontxy. schools of the squad, company, and battalion, in c\os>- and extruded 
ffiders; artillerjr. schook of the battery and battalion; exercise and target 
prairtice with small arms and gnna of main and secondary batteries; exercise 
with cane, smallsword, and broadsword; handling and firing torpedoes, nse of 
Biehl6 and Roduian testing machines : determinations of velocities; experimental 
daienniii*tion of range tables, also of the jump and drift; the preparation, 
bapectiaia, care, and preservation of ordnance material. 



Navigation: Observations, with sestsnt and artificial liorizon, for time, longi- 



Sarveying: Sorveying and constructing a chart of a portion of the Severn 
Jtiver. 

Compaaa Deviations : Swinging an iron ship, and observing the deviations and 
-file times of vibration of horizontal and vertical neeiiles on different courses; 
btnn these observations finding the approximate and the exact coelBcientis. and 
tte Lorizonta] and the vertical forces acting on the standard and steering com- 
passes: abo finding the heeling coefficients for the same compasses witliont 
Iteling the ship; also correcting the deviations of a compass, nsing a Navy 
wmpensating binnacle. 

STEAM KNomtCRRIItO. 

SAop u-orit. — The Pati«m Shop: Selection and treatment of different woods 
fcif different pnrposes. Elementar}' work of the carpentar shop, through 
mortising, joining, etc., to finished pattern work. 

The Fonndry ; Iron and brass casting : the making of bromses, alloys, etc. 

Tbe Blacksmith Shop : Forging, welding, etc. ; temjiering, casehardening, etc. ; 
trading and qoenching tests of metals, 

The Boiler Shop : Riveting, soft and hard patching, calking, annealing, tnbe 
expanding, etc. ; testing. 

The Uacitine Shop: Yise bench work; machine tool work—including the 
Mting of work ; turning; planing; boring; slotting, etc. : pipe fitting; prepara- 
icai of working drawings and working from the same. 

Shijniy/rl;. — Management of main and auxiliary engines ; fire-room and engine- 
Minrontin<<, firing, water tending, and oiling; management of engines while 
BDeuvenas at 8e& ; determining the condition and locating defects in machinery 
iak in motion; lying under banked fires; coming to anchor; overhauling 
itrliinery ; cleAniog bailers and condensers. 

Mitctilatieiiue. — Use of slide rule, averaging machine, apparatus for testing 
ill and Binok« gases ; standardizing steam gauges and indicators : preparing 
for parchase of machinery and stores; testing, inspection, and 
of stores; selection nt coala; making of wat^ih, quarter, and 

bills. 



160 COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 

PHYSICS AND CHBMISTRY. 

Experimental work in the Chemical and Physical Laboratories, illostratmg 
and supplementing the class-room instruction. A large portion of the limited 
time is devoted to magnetic and electrical measurements, and to the manage- 
ment and uses of electric dynamos and motors. 

PHYSICAL TRAINING. 

Class drills in calisthenics, free movements and with apparatus. 
Special exercises to promote symmetrical development when necessary. 
Athletic exercises, including boxing and swimming. Dancing. 

PRIZES AWARDED BY THE NAVY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. 

The name of Midshipman William Frederick Halsey, jr. , Class '04, to be en- 
graved on the Thompson trophy cup, being "the name of the midshipman 
declared by the Executive Committee to have done the most during the year 
for the promotion of athletics." 

For general excellence in athletics : A sword, to K. Whiting, 1905. 

First prize for handling boats under sail : A pair of binoculars, to C. Taylor, 1906, 

Second prize : A pair of binoculars, to K. Whiting, 1905. 

Championship, heavy-weight boxing : A silver medal, to K. Whiting, 1905. 

Championship, light-weight boxing : A silver medal, to H. V. McEattrick, 1907. 

Championship, heavy-weight wrestling : A silver medal, to G. F. Clay, 1907. 

Championship, light-weight wrestling: A silver medal, to J. W.Wilcox, 1905» 

Championship, fencing foils: A gold medal, to R. P. R. Neilson, 1905. 

Championship, fencing, sabers: A silver medal, to L. W. Townsend, 1905. 

Championship, fencing, canes: A silver medal, to A. Sharp, jr., 1906. 

General excellence, track athletics: A silver medal, to W. B. Decker, 1906. 

Breaking Naval Academy record, hammer throw: A silver medal, to S. 
Doherty, 1906. 

Breaking Naval Academy record, shot put : A silver medal, to C. F. Chambers^ 
1907. 

Winners of first place in dual track meet with Lafayette College were given 
gold medals and winners of second place silver medals, as follows: 

W. B. Decker, 1906, two gold medals. 

S. Doherty, 1906, one gold and two silver medals. 

J. R. Williams, 1906, one gold and one silver medal. 

C. F. Chambers, 1907, one gold and one silver medal. 

H. Delano, 1906, one gold medal. 

S. A. Taffinder, 1906, one gold medal. 

H. J. Abbett, 1907, one silver medal. 

R. F. McConnell, 1907, one silver medal. 

G: F. Clay, 1907, one silver medal. 

The battalion flag was awarded to the second company, commanded by 
K. Whiting, whose members scored in drills, marksmanship, sailing, and ath- 
letic exercises the greatest number of points during the year. 



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ANNUAL REGISTER 



United States Naval Academy, 



ANNAPOLIS, MD. 



OCTUBEK lb. 1<J<)3. 



SIXTY-FIRST ACADEMIC YEAR. 
1905-1906. 




WASHINGTON: 
GOVEkNMHNT i'l^lNTIM; i >! ITri 



CONTENTS. 



Historical Sketch 6 

supebintbndsnts 

BoABD OF Visitors 11 

Academic Cal£Kdar 12 

Calendar, 1905-1906 18 

Officers OF THE United States Naval Academy 15 

Academic Board ._ 21 

Cadet Officers 22 

Practice Cruise, Summer of 1905 24 

Midshipmen Performing Required Service Afloat 85 

Classes of Midshipmen, Oct. 16, 1905, with Relative Standing of First, 

Second, and Third Classes for Last Academic Tear 48 

Numerical Summary 88 

Appointments AND Resignations 89 

Merit Rolls 93 

Regxtlations FOR Admission OF Candidates 138 

Course of Instruction 145 

Assignment of Time 148 

Programme of Recitations 149 

Table OF Coefficients 150 

Course OF Practical Instruction --- 151 

Programme of Practical Instruction - 153 

OF Practical Instruction 167 

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The United Stat«a Naval Academy was foanded in 1848 by the Hon. OeorgM 

iHKKitl. Secretary of the Navy, in tbe Administration o( President Jame« K. , 

ftlk. It was formally opened October 10 of that year nnder the name of the; 

Hinl School, with Commander Fmnklin Buchanan as superintendent, 

^Ked»t Annapolis, Md.. on the land occupied by Fort Severn, which was given 

ipbytlie War Department for the purpose. The course waa fixed at five years, 

tlwhiuli only the first year and the last were spent at the school, the interreiiiiig 

ftiee y«vg heing passed at sea. This arrangement was not strictly adhered to, 

ftetxigencies of tbe service making it necessary, in many cases, to shorten tha 

nridd of stndy. In Jannary. 1S46, foor months after the opening of the school, 

toe ttodents consisted of thirty-sue m.idshipmen of the date of 1840, who weiV" 

jnpuing for the examination for promotion; thirteen of the date of 1641, who 

T«« to remain outil drafted for service at sen : and seven acting midshipmen, 

ijpointed after September of tbe provioua year. The midshipmen of the 

of IW were the first to be gradoated, finishing their limited coarse in July, 1846, 

Hid they were followed in order by the suboequent dates until the reorgai ' 

cf tbe Khool in 1351). 

la September, IS4!I, the following board was appointed to revise tbe plan and 
tin ngrdations of the Naval School : 

Commander William B. Shnbrick, 

Commander Franklin Buchanan, 

Commander Samuel F. Da Pont, 

Commander George P. Upshnr, 

Surgeon W. S. W. Bnschenberger. 

Professor William Ohanvenet, 

Captain Henry Brewerton, United States Army. 

Ths plsn reported by the board was approved, and went into operation July 1, 

1350. The new organization provided tor a conrae of seven years, the first two 

mdthfllMttwo at the school, and the three intermediate years at sea. The 

Khool WW placed nnder the supervision of theBoreaaof Ordnance and Hydrog- 

nphy, nnd its name was changed to the Unit«d States Naval Academy. The 

ronscif professors was enlarged, the course was extended, and the aystem of 

sepaiate departments with executive heads was fully adopted. It was provided 

ibit a Board <if Visitors sfaonld make an annual inspection of the Academy and 

mport upon lis condition to the Secretary of the Navy. A suitable vessel was 

iHached W tile Academy as a practice ship, and the annual practice cruises were 

Aftcrthe system had been in operation a year new changes were proposed, and 
UwrwoBunendatinna of the academic board on iUe subject were referred to the 
twudafeiBminers for the year 1851, composed of the following-named officers: 

Commodore David Conner. 

Captain Samuel L. Breese, 

Commander C. K. Stribling, 

Commander A. Bigelow, 

Commander Franklin Buchanan, 

Lieutenant Thomas T. Craven. 
TIh dmnge recommended by the board of esaminers, and adopted by the 
Depsrtment, conaiated mainly in leaving out the requirement of three years of 
■wwrricein the middle of the course, thus making the four years of study 
fiBsecntire. The practice cruise supplied the place of the omitted sea service, 
sudgsvB lMtt«r opportunities for training. The change went into operatiotti 
in SoTemlier. I8SI, ti^cetber with other improvements recommended by thf 



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6 HI8TOHICAL 8KBTCH. 

board. This aystein has been continued, with some slight njodifications, to the 
present time. The first cla-ss to receive the benefit of it was that which entered 
in 1851. Sis members of this class completed the coarse in three years and were 
graduated in Jtine, 1854 ; the rest of the class followed in 1656. 

In May, 18Bt, on the outbreak of the war, the Academy was moved to New- 
port. B. L The three upper classes were detached and ordered to sea, and the 
remaining acting midshipmen were quartered in the Atlantic House and on 
board the frigates Cotuttiludoii and Santee. In the summer of 1865 the Acad- 
emy was brought back to Annaiwlia, where it has since remained. 

When the Bureau of Navigation was established. July 6, 1862. the Academy 
was placed under its surpervision ; March 1, 1807, it was placed under the direct 
care and supervision of the Navy Department, the administrative routine and 
financial management being still conducted through the Burean. On the lltb 
of Hatch, 18(11), this official connection with the Bureau ceased, Init was renewed 
by the general order of the Navy Department issued Jane 25, 1889. 

The term of the academic course was changed bylaw. March 3, 1ST3, from four 
to sis years. The change took effect with the class that entered in the follow- 
ing anmmer. 

In 186G a class of acting third assistant engineers was ordered to the Academy 
for instruction. The course embraced the subjects of steam engineering, mech- 
anism, chemistry, mechanics, and practical eiorcises with the steam engine and 
in the machine shop. This class was graduated in June, 1868, together with two 
cadet engineers who had entered the Academy in 1867. After an interval of four 
years, in October, 1871, a new class of cadet engineers was admitted. This class 
followed a two years' course, somewhat more extended than that of the class of 
1668, and was gradnated in 1873. In 187S and 18T3 new classes were admitted, 
the first of which left the Academy in 1871 and the second in 1875. By an act 
of Congress approved February 24, 1874, the course of instruction for cadet engi- 
neers was made four years instead of two : the new provision was first apphed 
to the class entering the Academy in the year 18T4. Thie class was graduated 
in June, 1878. 

By an act of Congress approved August 5, 1882, it was provided that from that 
date "there shall be no appointments of cadet-midshipmen or cadet -engineers at 
the Naval Academy, but in lieu thereof naval cadets shall be appointed from 
each Congressional district and at large, as now provided by law for cadet-mid- 
shipmen, and all the imdergraduates at the Kaval Academy shall hereafter be 
designated and called ' naval cadets : ' and from those who successfully complete 
the six years' course, api>ointments shall hereafter bo luade as it is necessary to 
fill vacancies in the lower grades of the Line and Engineer Coriis of the Navy 
and of the Harine Corpsi And proi-ided fiirther, That no greater number (rf 
appointments into these grades shall be made each year than shall eqnal the 
number of vacancies which has occurred in the same grades during the preced- 
ing year ; such appointments to be mad.e from the graduates of the year, at the 
conclusion of their sis years' course, in the order of merit, as determined by 
the academic 1>oard of the Naval Academy ; the assignment to the various corps 
to be made by the Secretary of the Navy upon the recommendation of the aca- 
demic board. But nothing herein contained shall reduce the number of appoint- 
ments from such graduates below ten in each year, nor deprive of snch appoint- 
ment any graduate who may complete the six years' course during the year 
eighteen hundred and eighty-two. And if there be asurplnsof graduates, those 
who do not receive snch appointment shall be given a certificate of graduation, 
on honorable discharge, and one year's sea pay, as now provided by law for 
cadet-midshipmen; and so much of section fifteen hundred and twenty-one of 
the Revised Statutes as is inconsistent herewith is hereby repealed. " 

"That any cadet whose position in his class entitles him to he retained in the 
service may, upon his own application, be honorably discharged at the end of 
ibe four years' coarse at the Naval Academy, with a proper certificate of 
I graduation. " 



HtSTORICAL SKETCH. 7 

In ISW a epeoiaV course of in9tm(.-tiim in physiolngy an<l h.vRipno wiw eetiili- 
lishpd in aciMrdance with an act of Congrasa apjtrovetl May 20 of that year. 

The act ot Omgress approved March 3, 1880. provides that "the Acndemio 
BmitI rf the Nuval Academy shall on or before the thirtieth day of September 
in each year (eporabe the first class of naval cadets then commeiiciiig their fourth 
jear into two divisions, as they may have shown apocial aptitude for the duties 
of the respective carps, in the proportion which the aggregate nam1>er of vacan- 
cies occatring in the preceding fiscal year ending on the thirtieth day of June in 
ttf low«4t gl^ea of conuniseioned officers of tlie Lino of the Navy and Marino 
COTps of the Navy gball bear to the nuuiber of vacancies to be mpplied from the 
Academy occurring during the same period in the lowest grade of commissioned 
offlwrsof the engineer corps of the Navj-; and the cadets so assigned to the Line 
and MarinB Corps division of the first class shall thereafter pursue a course of 
pluJy nmuiged to fit them for service in the Line of the Navy, and the cadets 
fit >isftgn<.-d to the Engineer Corps division of the first class shall thereafter pnr- 
iat a stT«r«te coarse of study arranged to fit them for service in the Engineer 
CcTp^ of the Navy, and the ciidetA shall thereafter, and nntil final gradoation, 
ti lii« end of their six years* course, take mtik hy merit with those in the same 
itiTisioii.niCcording totbe merit marks: and from the final graduates of the Line 
and )Isnn« Corps division, at the end of their six years' course, appointments 
AaXl to made hereafter as it shall be necessary to fill vacancies in the lowest 
gndes of commissioned officers of the Lino of the Navy and Marine Cor]>^ ; and 
the Taconcies in the lowest grades of the commissioned officers of the Engiue<'r 
CUrps of the Navy shall be filled in like manner by appointments from the final 
gr»diiat*«of the Engineer division at the end of their sis years' conrse; Promdcd, 
That no grtttter nimiber of appointmeilts into the said lowest grades of commis- 
BODcd officers shall be made each year than shall equal the nnraber of vacancies 
irltich shall have occurred in the same grades during the fiscal year then cnr- 
L nut: sQch appointments to be made from the final graduates of the year, in the 
1 (rter of merit as determined by the Academic Board of the Naval Academy, the 
I iBrigtmiient to be made hy the Secretary of the Navy npon the recommendation 
r g| the Academic Board at the conclusion of the fiscal year then correut ; but 
I BotMog contained herein or in the naval appropriation act of Anguat fifth. 
I dt'hteen hundred and eighty-two, shall reduce the number of appointments of 
' Ibil graduates at the end of their six ye-ars' course lielow l^welve in each year 
' tc iiif Linie of the Navy, and not less than two shall be appointed annually to 
Uifl Engineer Corps of the Navy, nor leas than one annually to the Marine 
Corps; and if the number of vacancies in the lowest grades aforesaid, occurring 
b wiy year shall lie greater than the number of final graduates of that year, the 
(atploi vacancies shall be filled from the final graduates of following years, as 
llivv «Iiall become available. " 

■'Tliat after the fourth day of March, eighteni hundred and eight y-iiiiie, the 
ndninimn age of H^uiission of cadets to the Academy shall lie fifteen years and 
tbBmiuimnm age twenty years," 

In October. li^BT. a post-graduate course in Naval Architecture, for the edu- 
tttiaa of officers for the C-mstruction Corps of the Navy, was established ; ami 
(cbnwssformedfromthenavalcadets that hod finished the four years' course 
in that yi^ar. 

By Ml act of Congress, appnn-od March 3. 1891t, "the officers constituting the 
EnpncCT Corps of tlie Navy" were "transferred to the Line of the Navy," 
tierebj repealing so much of the act of Congress, approved March 3. 1889, as 
KistMtu the separation of naval cadets of the first class into Line and Engineer 
dirinions. 

This tame act having Umited the unniber of Constructors in the Navy to 
(arty, the post graduate course in Naval Architecture vian discontinued. 



8 HISTORICAL SEBTCH. 

By an act of Congress approved June 7, 1900, it was provided that— 
"Whenever any naval cadet shall have finished four years of his under- 
graduate course of six years the succeeding appointment may be made from 
his Congressional district or at large in accordance with the existing law. " 
By an act of Congreaa approved July 1. 1902, it was provided that — 
"The title 'naval cadet' is hereby changed to 'midshipman.' 
"That until the year nineteen hundred and fourteen, in addition to the naval 
cadets now authorized by law (the title having been changed by this act to 
midshipmen), the President shall appoint five midshipmen, and there shall be 
appointed from the States at large, upon the recommendation of Senators, tvro 
midshipmen for each State." 
By an act of Congress approved March 3. 1903, it was provided that — 
"There shall be allowed at the Naval Academy two midshipmen for each 
Senator, Representative, and Delegate in Congress, two for the District of 
Columbia, and five each year at large: Provided, That the additional Oongree- 
sional appointments authorized by this Act shall be made at such times as may 
be determined by the Secretary of the Navy, who shall equitably distribute the 
'ease among the several States. Districts, and Territories, so that ultimately, 
if practicable, each Senator, Representative, and Delegate may recommend for 
appointment during each Congress one midshipman. Provided further. That 
members of the Fifty -seventh Congress who will not be members of the Pifty- 
eighth Congress, and in whose Districts or States appointments have not been 
made or vacancies filled in the Fifty-seventh Congress, may immediately upon 
the passage of this Act make the additional appointments herein provided for. 

"The Secretary of the Navy shall aa Soon as practicable after the fifth day of 
March in each year notify in writing each Senator, Representative, and Del^ate 
n Congress of any vacancy which may be regarded aa existing in the Stale, 
District, or Territory which he represents, and the nomination of a candidate 
to fill such vacancy shall be made niKjn the recomiueudation of the Senator. 
Bepresentative, or Delegate. Such recommendation shall be made by tlie first 
day of June of that year, and if not so made the Secretary of the Navy shall fill 
the vacancy by the appointment of an actual resident of the State, District, or 
Territory in which the vacancy exists, who shall have been for at least two years 
immediately preceding his appointment an actnal bona fide resident of the 
State, District, or Territory in which the vacancy exists and shall have the 
qualifications otherwise prescribed by law: And provided further. That the 
Superintendent of the Naval Academy shall make such rules, to be approved by 
the Secretary of the Navy, as wiU effectually prevent the practice of basing; 
Bod any cadet found guilty of participating in or encouraging or countenancing 
snch practice shall be summarily expelled from the Academy, and shall not 
thereafter be reappointed to the Corps of Cadets or be eligible for appointment 
, commissioned officer in the Army or Navy or Marine Corps nntil two years 
after the graduation of the class of which he was a member. 

"That the provisions of this Act for the increase of appointments of mid- 
shipmen to the Naval Academy shall continue in force nntil the thirtieth day 
of June, nineteen hundred and thirteen: and tliereafter one midshipman, as 
w provided by law. shall be appointed for each Senator, Representative, and 
Delegate in Congress. 

"That hereafter there shall be at the Naval Academy one midshipman from 
Porto Rico, who shall be a native of said island, and whose appointment shall 
be made by the President on the recommendation of the governor of Porto Rico. 
"That after January first, nineteen hundred and four, all candidates for 
admission to the Naval Academy at the time of their examination must be 
between the ages of sixteen and twenty years. " 



SUPERINTENDENTS 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



Awumixl cou 

Oonmuinder Fraiikliii Hnchanan Sept. 8 

ComnuuideT Gteorge P. XJiwhTir _ Mar. 15 

Commander Comelins K. Stribling July 1 

GommandeT Liouis M. Goldsborongh Nov. 1 

Captain George S. Blake - Sept. 15 

Bear Admiral David D. Porter Sept. 9 

Commodore Jolm L. Worden Deo. 1 

Rear Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers Sept. 22 

Commodore Foxhall A. Parker July 1 

Rear Admiral Greorge B. Balch Aug. 2 

Rear Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers June 13 

Captain F. M. Ramsay Nov. U 

Commander W. T. Sampson - - . Sept. 9 

Captain R. L. Phythian - . June 13 

Captain P. H. Cooler Nov. 15 

Rear Admiral F. V. McNair July 15 

Commander Richard Wainwright - . - Mar. 15 

Captain Willard H. Brownson Nov. 6 

Rear AdmiralJames H. Sands July 1 

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BOARD OF VISITORS. 



ANNUAl. EXAMINATION, I^OS. 



•Honorable Charles Dk-k, of Ohio. 
•HoDOiahle James B. McCkeary, of Kentucky. 



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Hooonble Edwasd B. Vbkkland, of New York. 
Honorable Fraxk B. Brajndeqee, of Connecticnt. 
Bonorahle Wiujam A. JosBs, of VirKinui, 

Appoitited bg tlif Preinilent. 

5Ir. Jaues C. Codrts. Honse of BepresentadveB. 
Profeseor C. M. Pixkertok. Des iloinee. lowu. 
Mr. J<KEPH Q. Daelinqton, Philadelphia. 
C»iitam John Wilkes, Cbarlotw, N. C. 
Dr. S. W. Stratton. Depiirtiuent of Commerce and 1 
•Colonel William R. Nelson. Kanaaa City, Mo. 
Captain W. H. Jaque^, Little Boars Head, N, H. 



Pr^obrkt — Honorable Epvtard B, Vreelanh. 
SccKETART — Lieatenant Allen Bitcbanan, U. B. Navv, 



COMMITTEES. 



1. Buildingg. GrouruU. Improvements. .Sanitation, Library, Finanee.— Pro- 
fessor C. M. Pinkerton, Chairman; Captain John Wilkes; Honorable Edward 
B. Vreeland. 

3. Admini»tratioa. RuUn ami Rvgulation*. Discipline, Drill, Practice Cruise. 
Poticr. .il(/i/c(i"c«.— Honorable F. B. Brandegee. Chairman; Mr. Joseph G, 
Darlington. Mr. Janes C. Conrts. 

S. Cotirte a/ Study. Admiision and Dischiirg^. Standard of Scholarvhip.— 
Honorable W. A. Jcmes, Chairman; Dr. S. W. Stratton, Captain W. H. Jaqnea. 



ACADEMIC CALENDAR. 
1905-1906. 



1905. 
October 16. — Beginning of first term Monday. 

1906. 

February 5-10. — Semiannual examinations Monday-Saturday. 

February 10. — End of first term Saturday. 

April 1 7. — Examination of candidates Tuesday. 

June 4-9. — Annual examinations Monday-Saturday. 

June 9. — End of academic year 1 905-1906 Saturday. 

June 19. — Examination of candidates ...Tuesday. 

October 1. — Beginning of first term, 1906-1907 ..Monday. 

The academic months end on the following days : 



1905-1906. 



October Nov. 11 

November -..Dec. 9 

December ..Jan. 6 

January _ Feb. 3 



February... ...Mar. 10 

March Apr. 7 

April -_. May 5 

May June 2 



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OFFICERS, PROFESSORS, AND INSTRUCTORS 

ATTACHED TO THE 

UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 

Siiperin trnden t , 
REAB ADMIBAL JAMES H. 8A2fIJS, V. S. Navy. 

Atsutant to the Superintendent, in Charge of Buildings and Ciroanda, 

Professor O. G. Dodge, U. S. Navy. 

Aid to the Superintendent and Sfcrelary of AeadeniU' Bunrd, 

Lieutenant Comiujcoer T. P. Maobudkr, U. S. Na\t. 

Oomm<tndnnl of Midshipmen and Head of Department of tHucipline,' 

CAPTAIN G. P. COLVOCORESSE8. U. S. Navy. 

Assistants. 

GouMASDEB T. G. Dkwey, tr. S. Navt (retired), 
LiEUTENAjiT Commander B. C. Decker, TJ. S, Navy, 
LiECTESAST Commander E. H. Durell, U. S. Navy, 
LmuTEMANT Couha^der H. A. Wiley, U. S. Navy, 
LrEtTTENi-NT Commander C. B. McVay, Je., U. S. Navy, 
Past Assistant Scrueox R. E. Hoyt, U. 8. Navy. 



SEAMANSHIP, 

Head of Department, 

COMMANDER A. W. GRANT. U. S, Navy. 

Asiii»tant», 

LiEUTKSANT CoMMAKSEB H. G. Gates, U. S. Navy. 
LratTESAXT Commander H. J. Zieoeheieb, 0. 3. Navy, 
LlECTEXANT R. Stone, U. S. Navy. 
LiECTESAxr G. E. Gelm, U, S. Navy, 
Likitenamt E. E. Pope, U, 3, Navy, 
CmzF Boatswain P. J, Kane. U. S. Na^-y, 

1 15) 



OFFICERS, PROFESSORS, AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Heud of Department, 
COMMANDER T. B. HOWARD, U. S. Navy. 

Agristants, 

LrEUTKNAST COMVANDEB J. A. HoOSEWKBFF, U. S. NaW, 

LmoTKNANT Commander J. E. Reui, U. S. Navy, 
LiEUTKKANT CoaMiiJDEK L. M, NtJLTOK, U. 8. Navy. 
Lieutenant Commander J. H. Da\ton, U. S. Navy. 

LlKDTENANT PBOVOOST BaBIK, tj. S. NaVY, 

LrEOTEKAKT D. W. Todd, tJ. S. Navy. 
Lieutenant R. I. Cdrtin, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant A. Buceanan, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant W. G. Mitchell, U. S. Na\"y. 

mavioation. 

Sead of Department. 

COMMANDER W. C. P. MUIR, U, S. Navy (Retired). 

Assisianta. 

Lieutenant Commander L. C. Behtolette, V. S. Navy, 

Lieutenant Commandek W. V. Pratt, U. S. Navy. 

Lieutenant Commandeb G. R. Marvell, U. S. Navy, 

LmuTKNANT H. E. Smith, U. S. Navy, 

Lieutenant H. Lanino, U. S. Navy, 
•Lieutenant T. T. Craven, U, S. Navy, 

Lieutenant B. B. Fenser, TJ. S. Navy, 
•Lieutenant C. P. Snyder, U. S. Navy, 
•Lieutenant H. L. Wyman, TJ. S. Navy, 
•Lieittenant A. B. Keating, U. S. Navy, 
•Lieutenant Robt. Morris, U. S. Navy. 

MAMNE ENOINEERINO AND NAVAL C'OSSTRDCTION. 

Head of Department. 
COMMANDER J. K. BARTON, U. S. NA\Tf. 
Atsi»tantg. 
Coumander DkW. C. Redgrave, IT. S. Navy (retired), 
Libutknant Couuahder R. B. Hiqqins, U. 3. Navy, 
Liectknant Commander H. O. Stickkby, L'. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant W. Evans, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant A. M. Cook, U. S. Navy. 
Lieutenant S. V. Oraham, U, 8. Navy, 
Lieutenant C. S. Bookwalter, U. s. Navy, 
Lieutenant W. T. Clcverius, TJ. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant W. B. Wblus, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant J. S. Graham, D. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant E, C. Kalbpcs, U. 9, Navy, 
Lieutenant J. T. Bowers, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant F. J. Hobne, Jr., U. S. Navy, 
Professor T. W. Johnson, U. S. Naval Academy. 



omrrEKS, profesbobs, akd rasTBtrcTORs. 

MATHEMATICS. 

Head of Dt'/inrliiient. 
PROFESSOR W. W- HENDRICKSON. U. S, Navy. 

Pbofessok S. J. Bittiws. U. S. Navv. 
Professor H, M. Paii,, V- S. Navy. 
LreuTK-VANT CoMni&NDER A. H. Scales, U. S. Navt. 
LtErTENAST J. K. KoBiaON, U. 8. Navy. 

LlECTESANT J. T. ToHPKtNS, tj. S. NaVY, 

LiErTE.>ANT D. M. GiRKtsos, U. S. Navv. 
LiECTENAJiT C. M. TozER, IT. 8. Navy, 
Professor M, Updkokaff. U, S. Navt, 
LlEUTENAST E. P. SVARZ, U. S. Navv, 
LiKUTEN'ATfT W. K. Riddle. U. S. Navy, _ 

•Professor W. W. Johnson". U. S. Naval Acadoit," 
Instructor W. P. C. Hassos. 
I^sstructoh John Eieslasd, 
Is&trcctor An(ielo Hall. 

IsSTRCOTOR C. H, SlSAM. 

PH^'sics and chemistry. 
Heatl of Dejuirtmenl, 
PROFESSOR N, M. TERRY, U. S, Naval Academy. 
Aixulujits. 
Lieutenant CoidUANDEtc A. H. Robertson. D. S. Navy, 
Lieltesant Commandrk W. J, Terhcne, U, 8. Nai-y, 
LiKiTKNAKT Q. S. Lincoln, TJ. S. Navy, 
Liectenant W. R. Sayleb, Jr.. U.S. Navy, 
LrarTENANT J. W- Qreenslade, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutesant a. Gannon, U. S. Navy, 
LiEUT(:sANT W. N. Jeffers. U. S. Navy, 

LlElrTENANT H. ELLt». U. S. NaVY, 

MiDsHH^MAK S. GoR[)ON. tJ. S. Navy. 

Professor P. J. Dasbiell, U. S. Navai. Acauemy. 

BNQLIRH A»D LAW. 

Head of Department, 
PROFESSOE E. K. RAWSON, U. S. Navy. 
AsuUtanlii. 
Lieutenant Commander F. B. Bassett, U. S. Navy, 
•Professor A. N, Brown, U. S, Naval Academy. 
Profes&ob W. O. Stevens, U. S. Naval Academy, 
IssTRicTOH G. P. Coleman, 
Instructor R. A. Hice, 
Instructor C. S. Aldes, 
Instrcctor H. J. Fenton, 
Instructor O, J, Campbisll, Jr., 
Instructor F. E. McMillkn. 
IneTHCCTOH C. M. Hathaway, Jr. 



18 OFFICERS, PROtTESSORS, AND INSTRUCTORS. 

MECHANICS. 

Head of Department, 
PROFESSOR P. R. ALGER, U. S. Navy. 

Assistants^ 

♦Lieutenant Commander L. C. Bertolette, U. S. Navy, 
♦Lieutenant Commander W. V. Pratt, U. S. Navy, 
♦Lieutenant Commander G. R. Marvell, U. S. Navy, 
♦Lieutenant H. E. Smith, U. S. Navy, 
♦Lieutenant H. Lanino, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant T. T. Craven, U. S. Navy, 
♦Lieutenant E. B. Fenner, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant C. P. Snyder, U. S Navy, 
Lieutenant H. L. Wyman, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant A. B. Keating, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant Robt. Morris, U. S. Navy, 
Professor W. W. Johnson, U. S. Naval Academy. 

modern languages. 

Head of Department, 
PROFESSOR H. McL. P. HUSE, U. S. Navy. 

Assistants, 

♦Lieutenant Raymond Stone, U. S. Navy, 
Professor Henri Marion, U. S. Naval Academy, 
Professor C. V. Cusachs, U. S. Naval Academy, 
Professor P. J. des Garennes, U. S. Naval Academy. 
Professor P. E. Voinot, U. S. Naval Academy, 
Instructor T. Clark, 
Instructor W. E. Olivet, 
Instructor G. Costet, 
Instructor F. W. Morrison, 
Instructor V. G. Valdez, 
Instructor Arturo Fernandez. 



*Detai)fxl for additioual duty in this Dcinrtmeut. 



OFnCERS NOT ATTACIiED TO ACADEMIC STAFF. 



COWUSBEK W. F. WOHTHINOTOS, U. S, NavT. 

ScwiEOS James C! Byrnes, U. S. Navy. 

ScBOEON E. P. Stoxe. U. S. Nax'v. 

SraoEOS A, M, D. McCobmkk. U. S. Navy. 

Passed Assistant Sceqeon U. R. Webb, U. 8, Navy. 

Parsed Assistaxt Scboedn R. E. Hoyt, U. S. Navy, in Charge of Phj/t 

Training. 
Pat Lvspbctoh T. J. Cowie, U. S, Navy, Pay O^cer and Oerieral Slorekveper. 
Paymaster Geokoe Bbown, Jr.. U. S. Navy, Comviiasary and Midghipmm'a 

Slorekueper. 
Chaplain H. II. Clark. U. S. Navy, 
PgoraasoR A. N. BRdWJ.-, Librarian. 
Secretary J. G. Glynn, 
Dektist Richard Grady. M. D., D. D. 3. 
Wabkast MACHixiaT F. C. Ldtz, U. S. Navy. 
Warrant Machixist W. F. Mdujnuc, U. S. Navy. 

PBAKMACIST J. T. OCRSLER. 



Saittee oiirf Shijia, 



CouuAKDRR T. E. D. W. Vkeder. U. S. Niv 

Chief Gcjinkh Robert Summers (retired), 

Boatswain H, Seedoefp. 

Boatswain L. II. Melcuex, 

GuSNER D. B. Vassik, 

Acting Gcnner E. SwAsaoN, 

Cabpknter T. J. LooAN, 

Mate G. E. Plasdkr, 

Mate R. J. Keatisq. 

Mate H. Dahis. 

Mate GKORiiR Short. 



ui oiurrKecprr. 

Midgh ipmen ' a 

riie, ^^B 



Mart 



lOSUera. 



Major F. J. Moses. 
Captain J. H. Russsell. 
Captain R. H. DunlaI'. 
Captain L. Frland. 
Cajtais D. p. Hall. 
Captain H. C. Reislmjek. 
First Likl-tknant W. G. Fay. 

Under Inttmction in Marine School of AppHcoli 
Second LiectekaNt G. M. Kincade. 
Second Lieutenant F, Kensel. 
Second Lieutenant E. P. Fobtson. 
Second Lieutenant D. B. Wills. 
Second Lieutenant E. S. Yates. 



Fso 


OFFICERS NOT ATTACHED TO ACADEMIC STAFF. ^^M 


K 


Under Instruction in Marine School of AppHeation—CantiaQed. ^H 


H 


Second Libutknant H. Smith. 


H^ 


Second Liectknant A. Hamilton. 


^fc^^ 


Second Lieutenant F. D, KiLooiiE. 


^^^H 


Second Lieutenant S. A. Merkiau. 


^^^^H 


Second Liectenant L. P. Pinksto.v. 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant J. A. Rosskll. 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant C. B. Voqel. 


^^^H 


Second Liectenant B. H. Conger. 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant J. B. Hortos- 


^^^^H 


Becond Lieutesast H. N. Manney. Jr. 


^^^H 


Second Lieutenant C. P. Meyer. 


^^^^H 


Second LnsuTENANT F. B. Garrett, 


^^^H 


Second Lieutenant S. W. Booan. 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant C. B. Matthews. 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant E, P. Dieter. 


^^^H 


Second Lieutenant A. E. Randali., 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant A, A. Racicot. 


^^^H 


Second Lieutenant J. R. N. Boyd. 


^^^^H 


Secont) Lieutenant B. D. Kissbury. 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant P. A. Gardner. 


^^^H 


Second Liectenant T. D. Barber. 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant H. T. Vulte. 


^^^H 


Second Lieutenant E. W. Sturoevant, Jr 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant A. B. Drum- 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant V. L Mokrison. 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant M, E. Shearer. 


^^^H 


Second Lieutenant W. Ellis. 


^^^^H 


Second Libl-tekant H. G. Bartlett. 


^^^H 


Second Lieutenant C. A. Lurz. 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant C. Ancrum. 


^^^H 


Second Lieutenant D. M. Randall. 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant H. M. Smith, 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutknabt J. R. Henley. 


^^^H 


Seo">nd Lieutenant T, M. Potts. 


^^^^H 


Second Lieutenant R. S. Keyser. 


^^^^H 


' Second Lieutenant J. D. Kevin. 


^P 


Second Lieutenant H. S. Green. 


^1 


Second Lieutenant V. V. Sweeney. 


^^ 


Second Lieutenant R. L. Shei'amd. 


^^^H 


1 Second Lieutenant H. W. Stone. 


^^^^H 


■ Second Lieutemakt J. P. Willcox. 


^^^H 


1 Second Lieute.nant W. W. Buceley. 


^^^^H 


» Second Lieutenant W. C. Wlse. 


^^V 


Second Lieutenant W. D. Smith. 


^1 


Second Lieutenant H. B. Pratt. 


^H 


Second Lieutenant R, Coyle. 


^H 


Second Lieutenant P, H. Torrey. 


^^1 


Second Lieutenant B. B. Gossett. 


^^1 


Second Lieutenant B. Purykar. 


1 


Second Lieutenant E. L. Denio. 



ACADEMIC BOARD. 



The Superintf-ndent. 
The 0>mmandant of Midshipmen. 
The Head of the Department of Seamanship. 
The Head of the Department of Ordnance and Gunnery. 
The Head of the Department op Navigation. 

The Head of the Department op Marine Engineering and Naval Con- 
struction. 
The Head of the Department op Mathematics. 
The Head of the Department of Physics and Chemistry. 
The Head of the Department of English and Law. 
The Head of the Departmfjs't of Mechanics. 
The Head of the Department of Modern Languages. 

(21) 



CADET OFFICERS OP THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



CADET COMMANDKE. 

Knox, H. G. (2) 

CADXT UKUTXMANT COMMANDKBS. 

Ghormlet, First Battalion. (8) 
Chantbt, Second Battalion. (9) 



CADET LIEITTENAXTS. 



Howard, D. L. 
Drake. 
Collins, J. H. 



Glassford, Brigade Adjutant. (12) 
Jensen. Wilhelm, A. C. 

Smith, R. F. Atkins, L. M. 

NoYES. Armstrong. 



Wallace, S. W. 
Calhoun, W. L. 
Miller, J. P. 



Sharp. 
Bartlett, O. 
Cabaniss. 



CADET JUNIOR LIEVTENANT8. 

Aiken, Adjutant First Battalion. (8) 
KiDD, Adjutant Second Battalion. (8) 

LORSHBOUGH. FLETCHER. WRIGHT, G. B. 

Brainard. Decatur. Fitch. 

HiCKEY, A. S. Draemel. Fuller, H. G. 



CADET EXRIONS. 



Smith, N. M. Field. 

Stapler. Scudder. 

Robinson, F. M. Ewell. 



Decker. 
Barker, W. C. 
Grady. 



Coffin, V. P. 
Allen, H. 
French. 



CADKT ("IflKF P»nTY OFKICER!«. 

Marzoni, Brigade Staff Petty Officer. (7) 
Spofford, First Battalion. (1) 
Garcelon, Second Battalion. (11) 



CADKT I'KTTY OKFICKIIS, FIRST CLAHS. 



First Company, 

Keene. 
Woodworth. 
Washburn. 
Welch, L. F. 

Fifth Company, 

Fuller, D. W. 
Oldino. 
Shute. 
Howe. 



Second Company. 

Harter. 
Delano. 
Williams, J. R. 
Hartigan. 



Tliird Company, 

Doherty. 
EMEiisoN, n. F. 
Hayes. 
Pence. 



Sijcth Company. Seventh Company. 

Bristol. Perkins. 

McWhorter, C. S. Wili^on, R. 
Taylor, C. Bryan. 

Cake. Woodruff. 



Fourth Company, 

LOWMAN. 

Chapin. 
Wii^ON, P. L. 
Connor, J. F. 

Eighth Company, 

Towers. 
Foster, W. W. 
Hall, W. E. 

BOGART. 





CADKT OJTICEBS. 


28 








mnth Compans. 


Tenth Company. Eleventh Couipunu 


Turrlfth Ciaitjxiny. 


MoBHU^iN, D. p. 


CiPSET. Reichmcth. 


ROBEBT^, F. H. 


Mcr)..NiLD, K.S, 


WrrnEKS. Metebs, A. C. 


Davis. G. K. 


White, R. A. 


Stbvexson. W. H. MAvn. 


Russell. C. A. 


GOLJ.JlA.\. 


Lakx. Mosl-s, E. 3. 


Clarke. W. E. 



Firtt Compaag. 


Second Coi. 


HUOBES. 


Newton. 


Booth. 


Rbes. 


Stovek. 


Lddlow. 


OlLUiOR. 


Bradley. 



Fifth Company. Sixth Company. 

AxDEBsos. Stiles, W. C. I. 

Bean. Metcalf. 

Cabstecs. Stirling. 

Spencer. Coffmak. 

Xinlh Company. Tenth Company. 

RiEBE. ROOERS. F. F. 

Alexander, G. A. McCain. 

Theobald. Taffikdke. 

Caseet. Stevkksos, F. T. 



Thini Company. Fourth Company. 

Kelly, H. B. Walker, B. h. 

CooLET. Madden. 

WOLLESOK. Uamn. 

Frank. Ladhan. 

Seventh Company. Eighth Company. 

Hahlt. Qravkb. 



BoirnLLiAN. 

UUBFIN. 
HOLPBN. 



Lowe. 
Inqrah. 
Page, C. P. 



Eleventh Company. Twelfth Company. 
Beknheim. Hall, W. A. 

Jacobs, W. F. Jones, H. 
Oallowat. UcEeehan. 

IsKiiAK. Hanson. 



PRACTICE CRTTISE, 10O5. 



SYNOPSIS OP SUHUBR CRUISE, 1(HI5. 

June 3. — Midshipmen embarked for stumner croiae. 

Jnne 5. — Squadron Bailed from Annapolis, Md., &:id ezerciaed in Chesaiieake 
Bay. 
June 7-17. — Joint eserciaes with the Armj- in Chesapeake Bay and tribnta- 

Jnne IT. — Arrived at Newport News. Midshipmen visited shipyards. 

June 24. — Left Newport News. The Testis, Ftoridi, and Nevnda proceeded 
to Rocliland: the -^rtarwos to Portland; the other vessels to Gardinera Bay, L.I. 

Jnne 28-30. — TeMis, Florida, and Kcvada arrived at Rockland; Arkanaan at 
Portland; Newark, Hartford, Allnnla, and destroyers at Gardinera Bay, L. I. 

July 0. — Te.Tas, Florida, Arkaivsas, and Aciwrfa cruised in the vidnity of 
Rockland; NciEark, Hartford, Atlanta, and destroyers cruised in the vicinity of 
Oardiners Buy. L. I. 

July 13. — All vessels except the Texas proceede<l to Gardinera Bay and trans- 
ferred midshipmen on July IS. 

July 18. —All vessels eicept the Terror and Seoern left Gardinera Bay for 
orniae in the vicinity of Rockland. 

Angnst l.^AU vessels except Terror and Severn rendezvonsed at Rockland. 

August 2. — All vessels except Teamx sailed for cruise in the vicinity of Rock- 
land and 0:irdiners Bay. 

August 15-lS.— All vessels rendezvoused at New London, and remained in this 
vicinity, cruising until the a4th. Midshipmen visited the Torpedo Station. 

Angnat 24-2S. — All vessels sailed from New London for Solomons, Md. , except 
Arkansas, Florida, and Nevada, which sailed for Washinglxm and Indian Head, 
Md. Miilshipmen visited the Gun Factory and Naval Proving Ground. 

August S(V-37. — Arkanwn, F/oridii, and .ftVviido arrived at Washington; Texat, 
Neieark, Atlanta, Hartford, and destroyers at Solomons, Md. 

August 20. — Arkansas, Florida, and Nevada left WashingfJin. via Solomons, 
for Annapolis. Md. 

Augn-^t SO.— All ships sailed from Solomons, Md., for Annapolis. Md.. and 
arrived in Annapolis Roads. 

August 31.— Arrived at Annapolis. Md. Midshiimien disembarked. 

The Severn cruised in Gardiners Bay and vicinity from June 2S untU August 
17. 

Left New London August 21. Arrived at Annapolis August 31. 

The Trrror cruised in Gardiners Bay, L. I., from June 34 to August 17, exer- 
cising First Class at great-gnn target practice. 




SUMMER CamiSE, 1905. 



COAST SQCADRON— HOBTH ATL4STIC FLEET. 

RE.ut Admiral Frajjcis W. Dickiss. Commander. 
LiEiTESAST CiiAKLES L. Hi'sfiEV, Flag Lieutenant, 

LdECTENAST WlLLLAM C. WaTTS, Aid. 

iifficen of the United Stafex FlaggJiip Te^it. 

C-iPTAIS Oeorok a. Bickskix, Cvmmanding. 
LlETTEXANT COUU.UJDER HORACE W. Habkison'. 
LlKCTENANT COMMAXDER CLARKSCE a. CaRR. 

LiEiTTESANT Herman O. Sticksky. 

LiEtTENAST Locia M, NcLTo.i, 

LiECTEKANT David F. Boyd. 

Ension Hatnb Ellis. 

ExsiQv Frederick L. Oliver. 

Ensios Walter N. Verxou, 

MitisHiPMAS Frederick G. Titpeh. 

Midshipman Bradford Bar\ett. 

MciisHiPMAN Edward S. Robikson. i 

MinSHiPMA.\ ViBou, Baser. 

SlHBEiiX JA31BS C. BYK.VES. 

Assistant Surgeon Harry L, Brown. 

Pay iNSPEoroK H-irry R. Sitllivan. 

First Lieutenaxt of Haslnes Frank Halford, 

AtTiNo Boatswain Charles Schosboro. 

Chief Gussek Wiluam A, Cablb. 

Chief Carpenter John S. WALXRMEiER. 

Warrant Machinist Thomas O'Donsell. 

Warrant Machinist Charles A. RoWE. 

AcTisH Warrant Machinist Henry Lobitz, 

Mats Oeukob C. Short. 

Hatr Hicbarl J. Maher. 



OSi*x 



of the United States Skip Severn, 



Commander William C. P. Mum (retiied) , CiMiimanding. 

Lieutenant Abchibaij) H. Scales. 

Liectenant Wn-LiAM W. Phelps. 

Lieutenant Oehrde E. Oelm. 

Lieutenant Thomas L. Johnson. 

LiETTKSANT William B, Satles, Jr. 

Lieutenant Ralph E. Pope. 

Assistant Surgeon Albert J. Geioer. 

Assistant Paymaster Georoe B. Ckapo. 

Ojfkfr* of the United Slates Ship Hartford. 

Commander Ten Eypk D. W. Veeder, Commanding. 
Liectexakt Hkkry J. Zieqkmeier. 
Lieutenant Charles B. McVay, Jr. 
Lieutesast Waijki Evanw. 
Lieutenant Joel R. P. Pbingle. 
Liectenajtt Edward S. Kelloiio. 
Lieutenant Wilbur O. Bkioos. 
Lieutenant Wiluam T. Tarrant. 



1 



SUMMER CRUISE, 190.5 
Officers of the United States Ship ffa »f/ord— Continaed. 

ScROEOs Albert M. D. McCormick. 
Assistant Paymaster Feakk T. Wathods. 
Chibi' Boatswain Hugh Sweeney. 
Chief Gckneh Frank C. Mi^t^^SNuKR. 
Carpenter Ci.ifton Greenwei.l, 
Warrant Machinist William P, Muijjnix. 

Officers of the United Slates Ship Terror. 

Lieutenant Commander William F. Fpi.i.am, Comtiuind 

Lieutenant Ashley H. Robertson. 

Lieutenant Warren J. Terhdnk. 

Lieutenant John S. Orabau. 

Lieutenant John T. Tompkins. 

Lieutenant John W. Grebnslade. 

Assistant Surgeon Henry A. Dunn, 

Passes Assistant Paymaster Walter A. Greer. 

Officers of the United Stales Ship Neteark. 

Commander Charles J. Badger, Commantling. 
Lieutenant Commander Benton C. Dec&er. 
Lieutenant George R. Mahvell. 
Lieutenant Walter B. Tardy. 
Lieutenant Hrhhekt G. Sparrow. 
Lieutenant Edward B. Fesner, 
Lieutenant Edwarb C. Kalbfus, 
Lieutenant Frederick J. Horne, Jr. ' 

SURUEON AVERLEY C. H. RuBSEL. 

assistant Suucieon Ransom E. Riaos. 
Paymaster John R. Sanford. 
Boatswain Thomas L. Cassidy. 

GUNNEB ADOLPH HaBLER. 

Chief Carpenter Edward W. Smith. 
Warrant Machinlst Qeoriie Mellen. 
Warrant Machinist Charles C, Holland. 
AoriNO Warrant MAOHiNifiT James J. Cullen, 

Officers of tlie United States Ship Atlanta. 

Commander William F. Halsey, Commanding. 
Lieutenant Commander, Levi C. Bertolette. 

Lieutenant Frederic C, Bassett, Jr. 

Lieutenant John K. Rohison, 

Lieutenant Louis C. Richardson. 

Lieutenant Willi-sm B. Wells, 

Lieutenant John T, Bowkrs. 

Ensihn Edwin G. Kintner, 

Passed Assistant Sukoeon John M. Bristeb. 

Paymaster Harrison L. Robins. 

Warrant Machinist Clarence M. Winoatbi. 

Warrant Machinist Winslow D. Conn. 



J 



SrMHKB CTtriSE, 1900. 
QffSecTs of the United Statai Ship Arkanaat, 

CouiiAKSER RooEBS H. Galt. Comiaaniling. 
LiECTESAST Commander Edwabd Si»pv<on. 

LlEUTESAXT CoMMiSDER JOSEPH STRiCSS. 
LlEUTEXANT ALBEBT L. NOBTON. 

LiECTENAXT Henry T, Baker. 

LlEUTEXAKT WaT T, CI.UVEBIUS, 

Esstus WiLLiiii D. PiLKTos. 

SUBOEON Tll£OtX>R& W. RlCBARDe. 

Passed Assistant FaTmakteh Fkederick H. Lcult. 
QcNSEK James P. Dsmfsey. 
Carpenter Wilbert O, Crockett. 
Warrant Macbimst Harold I. Lctke.v. 

Officers of the UnUtd Staten Ship Florida. 

CoMMASTiEB John C. Fremont, Ccniimatuiitig. 

LiECTENAXT John B. Pattok. 

LiECTKSAXT William H. Revsolds, 

Enmios Rooeh Wii-U-VMS. 

Ensios William J. Mos^. 

MtDSHiPMAN William W. Sm\-th. 

SriMJEON Lewis Morris. 

AisisTAXT Paymaster Thom Williamson, Jr. 

CJl'Nser Bert E. Staples. 

Chief Carpenter Thoma.o C. Cooney. 

Warrant Machinist James Quill. 

Warrant Machinist Fbaniis J. McAlustkr. 



Ogioe 



( of the Untied States Ship Nevada, 



CoMUtNDER ALrBEP Reysolrs. Commanding. 

LutTTEKAST COMMANDBK WlLLIAM 8. HoOO. 

LiETTESANT Edward L. Beach. 

LiErTESANT Fredkriil'k L. Sawyer. 

Liectenant Allen M. Cook. 

LiErTESAXT Mark St. C. Eu.is. 

EssiON Okie W. Fowi.eh. 

Surgeon Frank C. Cook. 

Passkd Assistant Paymas.tf.1[ Euoene H. Tbicou. 

Chirp Gcnskr Patrick Hu.l, 

Chief C.ihpesteh Jaues I. Haley. 

Warra.nt Machinist Benjamin F. Beers. 

Warrant Machlnist Martin Casey. 

destroyer flotilla. 

Oj^tTt nf the Unital Staten Torpedo Boat Di^Klfiyer Jlacdonot/qh. 



O^cert of the UniCed Statea Torpedo Boat Destroyer Stewart. 

EnsiflN Hroo W. OstkruaPB, Commanding. 
Agbistast Paymaster Walter D. Sharp. 



P 28 


8CMSIER CRTflSE, 




^^" 


Offlcerx 


yf the United Stale» Torpfdo Boat DeslTOi/er lV)ii}iple. 




Lieutenant Jehu V. Chase, 


Comviawli'ig, 




Ensign Mkhltn G. Cook. 






Officers 


/ tlie United Slates Torpedo Boat DsKtroyer Warden. 


Lieutenant Benjamin B. McCokhick, ComjaandiRg. 


EssioN Charles T. Hutching:, 






Mate Gustaf DAHLBER(t. 








Midshipmen on Scmuer Croisb 


1005. 


Embarked, Saturday, June 3. 1905. 








First class. 






Anderson. 


Carstein. 




Scn.lder. 


Atkins, L. M 


Howe. 




Smith, a. F. 


Bt^an, P. J. 


Mann. 




Towers, J. H. 


Braiaard. 


Metcalf. 

Second das». 




Wilson. P. L. 


Baker, a. E 


Gygai. 




McCrary. 


Barleon. 


HaU. J. L. 




Milner. 


Bassett. 


Henderson, E. H 




Monroe. 


Berry. 


Hunter. 




Osburu. 


Browii, A. W., jr. Eydrick. 




Palmer. 


1 a Brace. B. H 


Jewell. 




KckBtt. 


Clement, E. 


F. John-son, E. F. 




Plumraer. 


Cohen. 


Jordan. 




Reid. S. S. 


Copeland. 


Keller, H. R. 




Ritter. 


CrusB. 


Kittel. 




Smith. W. T. 


CEUuniiug. J 


W. W. Knanss. 




a Starr, F. C. 


Dial. H, 


Lafrwiz. 




Symington. 


Dirhman, G 


C. Laird. 




Thibanlt. 


Edwards. 


Le Bourgeois. 




Tod. 


Frank. 


Lill.'y. 




Walker. 


Goldthwaito 


Lipstate. 




Wallace, W. 0. 


Greig. 


Loml)ard. 






^^H Gulliver. 


Ludlow. 

Tiiird class. 






^^K Bitrtlett 


Ducey. 




Krans. 


P Belt. 


Duncan. 




Lee, A. 


1 Borland. 


Emmerson, G. H 




McGuire. 


1 Cart«r. 


Foster, M. J. 




6 McNeill. 


1 Chariton. 


Fowler. 




Marion. 


1 Clark. C. C. 


Foy. 




Markknd. 


1 Coin erf ord. 


Hamilton, H. C. 




Melviii. 


1 Catts. 


Jukes, 




Mitscher. 


^ Dolan. 


Kilpatrick. 




Mnir. 


i 


a GianW lick 1«Y* t,r lUn« tdODthi tp 


,nM.y 


29,'iair,. 


t 


b anu(«l^Gkl>**Blurun<]nwDt1>1mmU<i,j^ 


..^^^ 



w 


■ 


BUMMEiR CRrifiK, 1805. 




1 






6KVERS— pootinned. 




1 






Third efaw— Continneil. 




■ 


Own. 




Ridgely. 


Sioer. 


■ 


^ttlmOB. 




Rot;erR, B. D. 


WntlinK. 




hyton. 




Roujtree. 


Welshimer. 


^^1 


BckBring. 




Saiifley. 


WUhelm. 


^H 


TteMl. 




Schaffer. 


Wille. 


^^1 


Piwle. 




Sniillj, F. R., jr. 


Wilson, W. W. 


^^1 


PnifplL 




Smith. P. L. 


Wuest. 


^H 


Bb^KW.O. 




Smith, W. 
Ft>i«( doss. 


i 


i 


BntoL 




Hickcy. A. g. 


Olding. 


M 


CAs. 




MoWhorter. C. S. 


Shnte. 




CMfflM. 




Madden. 


Stiles, W. C. I. 


^H 


FoDer.D. W. 




NoyBtf. 

Second class. 


Taylor, C. 


1 


AlfflT. 




Grifflths. 


McKittrick. 


' ■ 


Aastin.L-H. 




Gross. F. E. 


Mnyfield. 




B»lx«ck. 




Gross, R. F. 


Miles. 


^H 


aMa.X.&.. 






Monti?9or. 


^H 


Btrl:. 




HerbatiT. 


Mnrfiti. 


^1 


Bf*Mer. 






Murray. 


^H 


BtekbnrD. 




HrJc'Oinb. 


Nison. 


^H 


Boriej. 




Holdeii. 


Norris. 


^1 


Brtnch. 




Hoover. 


Norton. 


'^1 


-- BnttOB, 




Homer, 


O-Britm. 


^H 


Bnin.E 




Ho wall. 


c Prit<!hard. 


H 


Guioiter. 




Jacobs. 


Pagh. 




a«aT. 




Joems. 


Ravenacroft. 




tOienej. 




Keppler. 


Schuyler. 




Ciiia. 




Kimball. 


Scott. 




CwhTMe. 




King. F. R. 


Seymour. 




Coflfnuo), 




Knapp. 


Slayton. 




Cunrin. 




Knos, F. M. 


Spencer. 




0«ri!, G. E. 




Liigerqiiist. 


Spruance. 




Davv. 




Lando. 


Strait. 




DnBow. 




Lauman. 


Taylor. D. B. 




Onnn. 




Lawrence. 


Torliniski. 




.Wle. 




Lichtenstein. 


Van de Carr, J. C. 




Xtniicli. 




Lofqaiat. 


Walsh, 




»»ber. 




McCarthy. 


Watson, 




'"aronhftr 




McGill. 


Williamson , 




GiBen. 




McKinney. 


Wright, C. L. 






■ BnnUd 


tick lM>g tor <Ur» hiddIIii frum H>y 


M..1B06. 






»Oii>i''k 


l«r.. .1 S.nJ A~f"n.r B«pi(Al. 








>Onl««d 


10 Sour York IJugpllitl Mii» W, IBM. 








30 



SUMMER CRUISB, 1905. 



Bacon. 

Bamette. 

Bastedo. 

Beanfield. 

Berg. 

Best. 

Blakeslee. 

Bloebanm. 

Bardick. 

Buck. 

Calhonn, G. K. 

Chambers, H. L. 

Chew. 

Clark, J. B. 

Clark. R. W. 

Clond. 

Coflan, T., jr. 

Conger. 

Connor. 

Cunningham. 

Dague. 

Davis, L. C. 

Denney. 

Donald. 

Donavin. 



HARTFORD— continued. 

Third class, 

Everson. 

Farrell. 

Geisinger. 

Gwynn. 

Hall, W. H. 

Harris. 

Hill. 

Hitchcock. 

Hulings. 

Hunsaker. 

Jaeger. 

Jones, T. H. 

Kellegrew. 

Knerr. 

Labhardt. 

La Bounty 

Laizure. 

Latham. 

Loftin. 

McDowell. 

Maupin. 

Meade. 

Mecleary. 

Meriwether. 

Moore. 



Munroe. 

O'Rear. 

Oswald. 

Page. 

Pashley. 

Patterson, 

Porter. 

Pumell. 

Putnam. 

Rankin. 

Rogers, R. E. 

Ross. 

Schanze. 

Smith, J. D. 

Smith, W. R , jr. 

Speicher. 

Stark. 

Strauss. 

Townsend, F. W. 

Warren. 

Waters. 

West. 

Wickham. 

Wilson, G. F. 

Young. 



Aiken. 

Bartlett. 

Booth. 

Cabaniss. 

Chantry, 

Chapin. 

Collins. 

Cooley. 

Delano. 

Doherty. 

Draemel. 

Drake. 

Emerson, H. F. 

Ewell. 



TERROR. 

First class. 

Field. 

Ghormley. 

Harter. 

Hartigan. 

Hayes. 

Howard. 

Hughes. 

Jensen. 

Kelly. 

Knox, H. G. 

Lorshbough. 

Lowman. 

Newton. 

Pence. 



Rees. 

Robinson. 

Sharp. 

Smith, N. M. 

Spofford. 

Stapler. 

Stirling. 

Walker. 

Washburn. 

Welch. 

Williams, J. R. 

Wolleson. 

Woodworth. 



Allen. 
Amsden. 
Baer. 
Bradley. 
Burford. 
Clark, V. E. 
Cummings, D. E. 
Gillmor. 
Heim. 



Second class. 

James, C. M. 
Jones, H. A. 
McWhorter, E. D. 
Mallison. 
Parker, R. C. 
Pc^nsland. 
Pryor. 
Russell. 
Sherlock. 



Stevens, L. ML 

Stover. 

Strother. 

Struble. 

Swasey. 

Ulrich. 

Van Auken. 



SCrXMKR CRUISK, 1006. 



81 



Ames. 
Breretoii. 
Burg. 
CecU. 



TERROR— contixmed. 

Third doss, 

Davis, C. H., jr. 
Davis, H. F. D. 
Forgtis. 
Gray. 



Guthrie. 
Hewlett. 
Holland. 
Lemly. 



NEWARK. 



Bonvillian. 
Bryan. 

Calhoun, W. !•. 
Decatur. 



First doss. 



Decker. 

Fitch. 

Fletcher. 

Graves. 



Eidd. 
Perkins. 
Wilhelm, A. C. 



Babbitt. 
Caskey. 
Clark, C. R. 
Cogswell. 
Conditt, 

Cox. 

Crosse. 

Danenhower. 

Donaghne. 



Austin, J. E. 
Badt. 
b Barnes. 
Bansh. 
Beardall. 
Botsford. 
Boynton. 
Campbell. 
Carmichael. 
Carver. 
Coe. 
Collins. 
Cordiner. 



Second clcus. 

FreUsen. 

Gill. 

Heron. 

Hicks. 

Hill, R. 

Hinkamp. 

Hovey. 

Hyatt. 

Ingram. 

Third class. 

Douglas. 

Doxey. 

Estess. 

Fay. 

Gresham. 

Hibhard. 

Hickey, B. F. 

Billiard. 

Hoover. 

Janeway. 

Keester. 

Nelson. 

Parsons. 



Jones, C. A. 
Manier. 
Mathewson. 
Page. 
Thomas. 
a Vertrees. 
Welte. 
Windsor. 



Penn. 

Richardson, H. S. 
Roelker. 
Shafroth. 
Si)ore. 

Stewart, L. S. 
Thomas, C. C. 
Tipton. 
Trippe. 

Turner, W. W. 
White, R. C. 
Willett. 
Williams, R. C. 



ATLANTA. 



Barker. 

Foster, W. W. 
Keene. 
Lowe. 



First class. 

Manly. 
Willson, R. 
Armstrong. 
Bogart. 



Grady. 
Hall, W. E. 
Hutchins, 
McDonald. 



a Drowned from the U. 8. S. Newark June 13, 1905. 
h Onlered to New York Hoepital May 29, 1906. 



32 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1906. 



ATLANTA — continaed. 





Second class. 






Abbett. 


Howard, D. S. H. 


Maxfield. 




Barker. 


Humphrey. 


Needham. 




CJement, S. A. 


Johnstone. 


Payne. 




Dyer. 


Keiran. 


Scheibla. 




Eccleston, W.J. 


Keller, C. S. 


Theobald. 




Evans. 


Lewis. 


Thomson. 




Gearing. 


McCormack. 


Van Derveer. 




Hammond. 


Martin, A. C. 


Ware. 




Holliday. 


Third class. 






Allen. 


Hird. 


Magmder. 




Beisel. 


Irish. 


Mueller. 




Berry, F. T. 


James J. 


Pailthorp. 




Broshek. 


Jennings. 


Rinehart. 




Brune. 


Johnson, F. E. 


Rockwell. 




Cochran. 


Kemp. 


Schipfer. 




Crosby. 


King, R. 


Staley. 




DeSaussure. 


Lammers. 


Stevens, J. G. 




Doyle. 


Lowell. 


Turner, R. K. 




Early. 


McCauley, T. L. 


Vanderhoof. 




Emmet. 


McClain. 


Wilson, E. E. 




Greeno. 


McCormick. 


Yates. 




Heiberg. 


McDonald. 

ARKANSAS. 

First class. 






Alexander. 


Lake. 


Whit«, R. A. 




Causey. 


Morrison. 


Withers. 




French. 


Riebe. 


Wright, G. B. 




Goldman. 


Stevenson, W. H. 
Second cla^s. 






Atkins, A. W. 


Crenshaw. 


Rhodes. 




Beauregard. 


Kays. 


Sampson. 




Bellinger. 


McConnell. 


Schelling. 




Bemis. 


Meredith. 


Shea, J. F. 




Bernard. 


Nagle. 


Stevenson, F. T. 




Brooks. 


Parker, J., jr. 


Utley, H. H. 




Courts. 


Read, A. C. 
Third class. 






Kemman. 


McKee. 


Smith, 0., jr. 




Leahy. 


Olson. 


Steckel. 




Lucas. 


Searcy. 


Van der Veer, N. 


R. 


McCauley, C. 


Smith, K. F. 


Waller. 





SUMMBR CRUISB, 1906. 



33 



FLORIDA. 





First clan. 




AUen. H. 


McCain. 


Moees, £. S. 


FnUijr, H. Q. 


Marzoni. 


Rogers, F. P. 


Oarcelon. 


Mayo. 


Taffinder. 


JoneB. 


Meyers. 

Second daaa. 


Woodruff. 


Baagbman. 


Galloway. 


Robinson, C. R. 


Boyd. 


Hanson. 


Shirley. 


Campbell. 


Hewitt 


Simpson. 


Dallas. 


Iseman. 


Smith, R. R. 


Dibrell. 


Kenyon. 


Stiles, W. H., jr. 


DiJon. 


Lynch. 


Tnmbnll. 


Ewing. 


Nichols, K. L. 
Third dasB, 




Bidwell. 


BncMngham. 


Earle, J. R. 


Bowerfind. 


Cappel. 


Ward. 


Brandt 


Clereland. 


Webb. 


Brown, D. Li. 


Dreutzer. 

• 


Wilkinson, J. C, jr. 


• 


NEVADA. 

First class. 




Bemheim. 


Glassford. 


Reichmnth. 


Clarke, VV . E. 


Hall, W. A. 


Roberts, F. H. 


Coffin, V. P. 


Jacobs, W. F. 


Russell, C. A. 


Davis, G. K. 


Miller. 

Second cUiss, 


Wallace, S. W. 


Hobbs. 


Logan. 


Stewart, R. R. 


Klein. 


Lowell. 


Taylor, H. G. 


Krakow. 


McClure. 


Vossler. 


Lee, W. H. 


McKeehan. 


WhiUsN. H., jr. 


Leonard. 


Martin, A. G. 


Williams, E. H. 


Libbey. 


Montgomery. 
Shonerd. 

Third class. 


Woodward. 


Gilroy. 


Kinkaid. 


Pierce. 


Hamilton, F. G. 


Lee, W. A. 


Reimers. 


Kaufhnan. 


Norton, E. R. 


Webster. 


Keleher. 


Nichols, C. H. 





700(5 3 



LASSES OF MIDSHIPMEN AT THE BEGINNING OF THE ACADEMIC ■] 

YEAR im>-\m. 






itpmcn of th^ Cla*a appoitUeti in 1000, i>er/orming required servue afioo 
«0 membfT». 




LeBrtton. Davifl McDongal At lai^e— Dist. of CoL-J July 

' Mobile, Ala 'Sept. 



I Pi''kt;iis, Andrew CaJhoua 
I i Colram. Fred Oallup 



Dmlj, Waldo Putnam 

S aicliWr. Cart Albert 

I I Hilliaril, Robert BpII 

1 Utiitijon. John Edward 

8 Wright. Nathanitil Hoadley... 

t HarrinKtou, Charles Anthony . 
10 Bawtt. Prentiss Pe<7k ___ 

II I Tupper, Frederick Gleddings 



Dulutfa, Uinn.. 
Stafford, Conn ..-. 
Loaiatiiirg. Wia. -- 
New York City . . . 

Allegheny, Pa 

Ovlell.ni--- 

Fall Rircr, Mass.. 

Milford. Conn 

Atlanta, Qa 



« Howard. Herbert Seymour , Buffalo, N. Y.. 



Kimmel. Hnsband Edward.. 

U Dawes. Robert Alden 

15 Dmupman, Panl Edward 

It Fiteh. Edwin Oberlin. jr 

n ■ Bi|[gB, Roland Rogers -. 

IS Caffee, Arthur aiU - - 

19 MiDotrell, Clyde Stanley 

ai CWg, Donald Bloyer . _ 

51 BUikbnni. Panl Pritchard 

53 JInrfan, Luman Edgar 

3S Wicliersham. Darrell Palmer.-- 
M Sef))(wick. William Parker, jr.. 

Ij Sonk, Charles Carroll, jr - 

St Jimes, Chandler Kendall 

K Onk. Edson Collins 

28 Eiifi, Arthur Hopkins 

SS' Tom, William Hamilton 

Si Treadwell, Lawrence Penfield.. 

31 ; McMillan, Frank Dodd 

S3; Powell, Halsey 

Sll Manidio.CIeon Wirt 

3* Todil, Forde Anderson 

3o Hatiil, Cheater Lyerly. 

38 I 8n«ne, Edward Forbes 

I Shanp. Anbrey Kirk 

Pmt, Nathan Woodworth,. 



Henderson, Ky 
Baverhill, Uoea. 

Reading, Pa 

Boston, Mass 

Glenridge, N. J. 
Carthage, Mo... 

Millersborg. Ohio ISept. 

Mattoon.Ill [Sept, 

Omaha, Nehr i July 

Hastings, Nebr Sept. 

At large— Tacoma, Wash. May 

Bath. N, Y. _... Sept. 

Brookline, Mass , Sept. 

Lncasville, Ohio I Apr. 

Caribou, Me ISept. 

Oktoc, Miss I Sept. 

Rochester, N, Y iSept, 

Danbury, Conn 'Sept. 

Cleveland, Ohio - - - - 1 Sept. 



McAfee. Ky . 

Pickens, S. C 

Charleston. S. C..-. 

Shuhnta, Mise 

Illinois .. 

Merrill, Iowa 

North Platte, Nebr . 



. Sept. 

. May 
. Sept. 
-.Sept. 

..ISept. 



0, leoo 

7,1000 
39. IDOU 
T.IWM) 
7,l!)00i 

s. laoa'; 

T.IOOQ' 
25, IMtt 
2,1900 
7,1000 

29,1900 -' 
8, 11>00 
21,1900 

T,ieoo 

7,1900 

2,1000 
13.1900 

7,I9U0 
27, 1900 



2.1,1900 
7.1UO0 

20, 1900 
7,1000 
7,1000 

10, 1000 
8,1000 

23.1000 
8,1000 
7,1900 

20, 1000 

22, 1000 

10, 1900 



I 



36 



CLASS APPOINTED IN 1900. 



Midshipmen of Vie Class appointed in 1900, performing required service afloat — 

GO members — Continned. 



c . 

3 S 



39 
40 
41 
43 
43 
44 

45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 



Name. 



Claude, Abram 

Hazard, Stanton Leigh Hunt . . . 
Halsey, William Frederick, jr_ . 

Hart, John Porter 

Stuart, Harry Allen 

Rodgers, Christopher Raymond 
Perry. 

Dillen, Roscoe Franklin 

Johnson , Ben j amin Kent 

Richards, Clarence Alvin 

Reed, Allen Bevins 

Michael, Herbert Harlan _ 

Hay ward, James Waldemar 

Baum, George Martin 

Johnson, Isaac Cureton, jr 

Barnette, Bradford 

Dodge, Omenzo Colby Ford 

Bagley, David Worth.. _ __ 

Smead, Walter Albert 

McCracken, John James 

Stewart, Leigh Morrison 

Sherman, Edward Bragg 

McCullough, Richard Philip . . . 



state fn>ni which appointed. 



Date of 
admission. 



Annapolis, Md j Sept. 10 

Webster Groves, Mo | Sept. 29 

At large — New Jersey. . . j July 9 



Overbrook, Kans. 



Sept. 27 



Tazewell, Va-- iSept. 24 

PennsflTania— WashinfT^on. D. C-| Sept. 8 

Camden, Ind May 23 

Austin, Tex i Sept. 7 

Wellington, Kans _ . ' May 24 

Liberty, Mo Sept. 24 

Ferryman, Md I July 9 

Newark, N. J_ j Sept. 7 

Leavenworth, Kans I Sept. 10 

Evergreen, La Sept. 25 

At large — New Jersey . . . ! July 9 

At large Sept. 7 

At large — New Jersey. . . Sept. 8 

Lead, S. Dak ] July 9 

Fredericksburg, Va Sept. 13 

Laharpe, 111 I Sept. 7 

Atlarge July 20 

North Plainfield, N. J. .. Mav 24 



1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 

1900 

1900 

1900 

1900 

1900 

1900 

1900 

1900 

1900 

1900 

1900 

1900 

1899 

1900 

1900 

1900 



^ UX.Aa!i APPOINTED IN IBOl. 


:i7 


Vdikitimrnof the Cla»» appointed in tHOI. performing reqnirvdi 


en-irc aJJoat-^^^ 


n 




n>t.Df ^^1 


r«l Frutkvnbvrgt^r, Hi«o 

ft 1 Smith, Ro, Charlw . 

« 1 ('«x. OriBund Lee 

■4 iKgvnoll, Ruyal Ejihoii 

•S Lturj, Herbert Fairfax 


Charleston. W. Va 

Nfles.Mich 

Hii Mills. Ohio 

South Bend. Ind 

Baltimore. Md 

Cedar Falls, Iowa 

KerrvDle. Tex ..__ 

St. Josei»h, Mo_ 

McArtlinr.Obio 

Mason City.lowa 

Paris. Tenn ___. 

Boiae. Idaho ... _ 

Harriflonbnrg, Va 

Franklin, Pa 

Annapolis, Md__ 

Fredonia. N. Y 

PortJervia.N-Y 

Houaton, Tei,__ 

Waynesville, N. C 

Rowe.Mass 

FortLewia. Va 

Florence, Colo 

Stottrille, N. Y 

Dorer.N.J 

Salt Lake. Utah 

Nashville, Tenn *. . 

Massillon. Ohio 

Scio, Ohio 

Lynchburg, Va 

Logaosport, Ind 

Ro8coe,Pa..- 

Amherst, Mass 


May 22.19oi^ 
Sept. 5.1901 

Sept. 11,1901 
May 21.1901 
May 23,1901 
June 4, 1901 
Sept. 9. 1901 
Sept. 9, 1901 
Sept. 11.1901 
Sept. 28,1001 
June 8, 1901 
Sept. 9,1901 
June e.l90I 
May 32,11101 
Sept. 9,1901 
May S2,t901 
June 8,1901 
May 21,1901 
May 21,1901 
May 32,1901 
Sept. 23.1901 
Sept. 11,1901 
June 6, 1901 
SepL 10,1901 
May 24.1901 
May 1,1901 
May 22,11H)1 
Sept. 0.1901 
Sept. 26.1901 
May 22.1901 
May 24.1901 
June B.lOOt 
May 25,1901 
Mar. 11), 1901 
Sept. 12.1901 
May aa.lBOl 
May 21,1901 
Sept 30,1901 
Sept. 24.1901 
Sept. 9,1901 
June y. 1901 
June e.lOOI 
June H,190I 
Jane 4.1901 
Sept. 23.1901 


•j ?<imilz, Chester William 

8 Cofley, Beulieu Burton ___. 


U Swansrtn. Ernest Artbnr 

.11 1 Sweeney, John C«lrin,jr 

K Churth. Albert Thomas 

11 LiggetT. Winfieia. jr.- _._. 

H Irwin. Hintw Leecli 

15 Creaip. Logan 

IS Oawiie, James Orville 


18 1 Court. Alrah Brealcer- 

IS FerBoson, John Norwood- 

W Fwlfly. Louis Calott .-. 

51 ML-aintio, William Stanley 

a McCanilless. Byron ___ 

n Slott. Arthar Cnrtiss 

« UncFall. Rj»coe Conkling 


17 

SI 
IS 
H 
99 

r. 

K 
St 
r40 
41 
1! 


Caldwell. Tnmer Foster 

Oberlin, Edgar Oarfielil 

Canaga. Brace Livingston 

Woodson. Walter Browne 

McSheehy. Edward Lloyd 








Birmingham , Ala _ 




Cook. Arthur Byron 




Little Eock, Ark 




tiller. Qlenn Owen _. 

Firwell. Earle 

D»m, Louis Poi8.wn 


Kennedy,Ohio 

Brooklyn, N.Y -.-. 

WUmingtou, N. C 

Jackson. Mich 

Providence, R. I -- 

MeiuiiliiH. Tenn - . - 


19 


Bowen, HaroW Gardiner 


1^ 




tn 













yt> CLASS APPOINTED IN 1901. 

Midnfiijinieii of tlie Class appointed in I9fjf , performing retimreil sermee ajtoat— 
m w«7iifter«— Continued. 


il 


».... 


..„,„„»„.„.,.»,. 


.-., 


47 
48 
49 
50 

61 
53 
S3 
54 
65 
68 
67 
B« 
69 
60 

69 

70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
70 
77 
r78 
79 
80 
81 
83 
83 
84 
86 
8» 

1 : 




Greenville, S. C 

GlenaFallH, N. Y 

Jasper. Tenn 

Eockville, Ind 


June «, IBOl 
Sept. 13. 1901 
May 21, 1901 
Sept. 10, 1901 . 
Sept. 24,1901 
Sept. O.IOOl 
May 22, IBOl 
May 20.1901 
Sept. 6,1001 
May 22,1901 
June 4,1001 
Sept. 10. IBOl 
Sept. 7,1001 ' 
May 28, 1901 
.lune 4,1901 
May 22, 1901 
•Tune H.lOOl 
Jnne 8,1901 
June 4, IBOl 
May 22.1001 
Sept. 12, 1901 
Sept. 13, 1901 , 
Sept. 9, IBOl 
Sept. 12, 1801 
Sept. 23,1901 
Sept. 0.1901 1 
Juno 8,1001 
Sept. 10,1901 
Sept. 9.11W1 
Sept. 10, 1901 
Sept. 2.-,, tool 
Aug. 2B, 1901 
Sept. O.lOOt 
June K.HIOI 
June «. 1901 
May 22.1001 
June 8.1001 
May 21,lf01 
Sept. 11,1901 
Jane S,I901 
Sept. 0,1901 
May 8,1001 
Sept 0,1901 
May 27, 190L 
May 24, 190V 
Sept. 24, l» X 


spears. William Osuar 


Mandevffle, John Appleton 

DoweU, .Tonathan Stoart. jr 

Dortch, Isaac Foota 

Laasing, Walter Hamilton 

Hooper, Stanford Caldwell 

AtMna, Arthur Kennedy - . 

Marston, Cobnm Stewart - 

Durr, Emeat _ 

Shoemaker, Harry Earl 

Poole.John Morton, III 

Hewton, Jobn Henry, jr 

■SoWnson, Edward Small 










San Bernardino, Cal 


Baker City. Oreg -- 

Bluff ton, Ind 

Wilmington, Del 

Carbondale, Pa _ 

Mercer, Pa 

DiUon,S.C 

Hichmond, Va 

Fort Smith, Ark _ 


'Carter, Andrew Franeis 

Ellyson, Theodore Gordon 




Pegg, Elliott Morgan 

Culbertaon, William Linn, jr - - . 

Lightle, William Tupper - 

BeaU, Grafton Asbury, jr 








Wlieeling, W. Va 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Newark.N. J 














Green, Bnrton H^bura - 








Pitteboro, N. C 

Norwalk, Ohio 

Far Rockaway, S. Y- - - - 

Warsaw. N.Y 

Savannah, Ga 

Macon, Ga 

Vernon, Tos 


Gulp, Bobs Sherman 

Neilson. Raymond Perry Eodgera 
MjNair, Laurant-e North __ 


Wilcox, John Walter, jr 

Laird . Horace Christopher 

SeHridge, Duncan Ingraham 

Lawton, Sylvester Howard, ]r. , 
Morrison, Joe Ralph 


Toledo, Ohio 


Susquehanna, Pa 

Traverse aty. Mich 

Waverly.Ga 

New York City - - 




Atkinson. John Franklin 


w 





CLASS APPOINTED IN 1901. 



39 



Midshipmen of the Class appointed in 1901 ^performing required service afloat^ 

114 members — Continned. 



a . 
c s 

I? 



93 
94 
93 
96 
97 
98 

99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 

laj 

106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 



Name. 



Coman, Vanghn Kimball 

Greenlee, Halford Robert 

Baker, Virgil 

Dutton, Benjamin, jr 

Fawell, Reed Marqnett 

Wadsworth, Alexander Scam 
mell. 

Woods, James Sterrett 

Hargis, EJdward Guerrant 

Townsend, Lloyd Woolsey 

Snmpter, John Cnllin 

Eklnnd, Frank Nathaniel 

Jackson, Robert Allen . 

Mazson, Herbert Hart 

Steele, Benjamin Harrison 

Whiting, Kenneth 

Smeallie, John Morris. 

Austin, Charles Morrison 

Strassbnrger, Ralph Beaver 

Pond, John Enoch 

Glover, Hamilton Freer 

Rawle, Henry 

Gaddis, William Peace 



state from which appointed. 



La Crosse, Wis 

Lyndon, HI 

Bloomington, Tenn 

Meadville, Pa 

Lincoln, Nebr 



Elizabeth aty, N. C . 



Lewiston, Pa 

Winchester, Ky 

Atlantic City, N. J. 
Bowling Qreen, Ky 

Eureka, Cal 

Petersburg, Va 

Reno, Nev 

Troy, Kans 

Larchmont, N. Y . . 
Amsterdam, N. Y. . 
Knoxville, Tenn . . . 

Norristown, Pa 

Hawaii 

Orangeburg, S. C . . 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Wetumi)ka, Ala 



Date of 
admiflsioD. 



July 29 
Sept. 11 
Sept. 23 
May 23 
Sept. 23 
Sept. 12 



May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

May 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

May 

June 

Sept. 



24 

9 

11 

10 

9 

21 

25 

27 

24 

9 

9 

22 

9 

24 

8 



IS. i 



1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 

1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
11)01 
1901 
11)01 
1001 



REUTIVE STANDING OF MIDSHIPMEN. 



OJasses of the Midshipmen at the United States Naval Academy, at the beginning 
of the Academic Year 1005-1906; with the relative standing of the members 
of the first three classes, as determined at the Annual Examination, May, li^05. 

• Rv<*^Tff^ A5 per r«*nt of the multif^e. 

t F«»aD«l deficient, Hlkiwed a reexamination, pawed, and continaed with clan. 
\^ F^nand d<>ficieDt in condact, passed, and contlnoed with claaa. 

* Retained in next lower clan. 
« AljMent from examination. 

r Re«4(nc«I. 
• Sirk. 
.1 l»i"<iiiii»ed. 
dr Pruf'ped. 

(41) 



MIDSHIPMEN APPOINTED IN 1901. 

Rdative xtanding of the Midxhipmeii uppolnti'd in ISO! — 




AtkiHB, Arthnr Kennedy , Butte, Mont 

Atkinson, John Franklin I Waverly, Gb 

Aoatin. Charles Morrison ^ Kooiville, Tenn 

Baggatey, William Snsqnthanna, Pa . . 

Baker, Virgil I Bloomingtou, Tenn. 

Beall, Grafton Aabnry, jr _-- 'Wnieeliug, W. Va , 

Blasdel, Francis G-oines -- ..| New York City 

Border, Lee Scott ' Cedar Falls, Iowa,. 

I Bowen. Harold Gardiner , P^viilonce, H.1-- . 

I Brown, Hngh > IndianapoliH, Ind... 

Bumhara, Hubert - 1 At large 

Caldwell, Tnmer Foster ^. I Naehville, Tenn 

Campbell. Miilcolm, jr Newark, N. J 

^ Canaga, Bmce Livingston , Scio, Ohio --- 

, Carter. Andrew Francis - Dillon. S. C 

, Carter, Glenn Owen ..- Kennedy, Ohio 

Church, Albert Thonioa j Boise, Idaho -- 

CofllBj, Reulwn Bui-ton St. Joseph, Mo 

Conian, Vaughn Kimball , La Crosse, Wis 

I Cook, Arthur Byron ETansville, Ind 

' Court, Alvah Breaker -- | Honsttm, Tex 

j Cox, Or Dion d Lee.. Ris Mills, Ohio. — 

CreBSp, Logan Annapolis. Md 

Cnlbertaon, William Linn, jr CaiToll.lowa 

j Culp. Ross Sherman , Norwalk, Ohio 

Davis, Louia Poisson j Wilmington, N. C- 

Dortcli, Isaac Foote j Gadsden, Ate , 

! Dowell, Jonathan Stuart, jr McKinney, Tex 

I Dnrr, Ernest I Baker City. Ort^,. 

Button. Benjamin, jr I Meadville, P* 

Eborle. William Edgar | Fort Smith, Ark. .. 

Kklnnd, Frank Nathaniel . . 

Ellyson. Theodore Gordon . 
I Farley, Louis Calott 

Farwell, Earle 

Fawell, Reed Marijuett 

Ferguson, John Norwood . . 

Fraukeuberger, Hugo , 

Friedell, Wilhelm Lee 

Furber, Robert Samuel 

Furlong, William Rea . . 



. Brooklj-n, N. Y 

Lincoln, Nebr 

. Waj-nes\Tlle, N. C. 
. Charleston, W. Va. 
. .Texarkana, Ark ... 
. NortUfielA. Minn ,. 

. Roscoe, Pa 

[ 11! I Oaddia, Wiiliam Peace ■ Wetumpka. Ala ... 



jMay 2S,I901 
May 24,1901 
I Sept. 9,1901 
I Sept. 9,1901 
I Sept. 33, IWt 
I Sept. 35, IMl 
' Sept 24, ISO] 
I June 4. lUOl 
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B Gawne, Jamea Orville Fredonia. N. Y.. 

1 Glover, Hamilton Freer Orangeburg, S. C. - 

B Gordon. Sanmel . Port Jervifl, N. Y. . 

5 Qosa, Nelson Henry _._ Bocltville, Ind.. 

i Green, Burton Hepburn _. Dousman, Wia .. 

i Greenlee. Hal ford Robert --. Lyndon, lU-. 

S I HaineB, Gordon Way ni? Savannah, Qa . . 

S ! Hargia, Bdvrard Gneirant- Winchester, Ky -. 

9 Hayne, Isaao William Grefuville. i 

1 Hooper, Stanford Caldwell _-.■ SonBernarilino.Cal.i 

i Ho wze, Gerald ' Birmingham, Ala---| 

i IngeraoU, Boyal Eason _ I South Bend, Ind , 

1 Irvine. Robert Leo j Salt Lake. Utah 

1 Irwin, Hiram Leech --.' Franklin, Pa _ , 

! Jackson, Robert Allen -- - ■ PeterBhnrg, Va 

r j Jamea, Anthony John Chicago, 111 | 

) Kays, Herbert Emory -, Phtpuix. Ariz. i 

I Laird, Horace Christopher I Vernon, Tex --i 

I Lassing. Walter Hamilton. , Union, Ky .; 

I Lawton, Sylvester Howard, jr ! Toledo, Ohio _ | 

\ Leory, Herbert Falrfas Baltimore, Md i 

Liggett, Winfleld. jr Harrisonburg. Va --, 

1 I Lightle, William Tiipper Searcy, Ark .- ! 

M Lohr. Carl Amos Cereaco. Mich 

I [ London, John Jackson Pittoboro, N. C | 

I I McCandless. Byron -I Florence, Colo j 

I ' McClintic. William Staniey Fort Lewia, Vb , 

I ■ McNair, LaurancB North Warsaw. N.Y ' 

! McSheehy. Edward Lloyd ' Logaueport, Ind 

I MacFall, Roecoe Conkling Dover, N. J 

I Mandeville. John Appleton Carrollton, Ga 

Uaraton, Coburn Steward Skowbegan, Me 

I Msxeon, Herbert Hart j Reno, Nev 

i Minor, Lucian \ Galveston, Tes 

Morrisoii, Joe Ralph _ ...i Saco, Me ,--. 

i NeUson, Raymond Perry Bodgera .. .| FarRockaway,N.Y. 

I Newton. John Henry, jr ' Carbondale, Pa 

I Nimitz, Chester William ! Kerrville, Tei 

I Norris. Albert J Philadelphia. Pa... 

I Oberlin. Edgar Garfield I Massillon. Ohio 

Ogan, Joseph Vance Mc Arthur. Ohio 

/ Orr, Heiirv AtwoiKi. ! Traverse City. Mich. 



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Pegg, Elliott Morgan 

Pegram, George Cargill 

Pond, John Enoch 

Poole. John Morton, III — 

Rawle, Henry 

Reno. Walter Els worth 

Robinson, Edward Small. . _ 

Root, Edmund Spence 

Sears, Arthur Wesley. .- 

Self ridge, Duncan Ingraham 

Sliaw, Charles Harlan — 

Shipp, Earl Roof 

Shoemaker, Harry Earl __. 

Sineallie, John Morris 

Smith, Roy Charles 

Smith, Simeon Burke 

Spears, William Oscar 

Steele, Benjamin Harrison ..- 

Stewart, George Vandenhurgh 

Stott, Arthur Curtiss, jr . 

Strassburger, Ralph Beaver 

Smuptor, John Cullin 

Swiiiisoii, Ernest Arthur... 

Sweeney, John Calvin, jr 

Townsend, Lloyd Woolsey 

Wiulsworth, Alexander Scammell, jr. 

Whiting, Kenneth -. . 

Wil(!()x, John Walter, jr 

Woods, James Sterrett 

Woodson, Walter Browne. . . 



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Danville, Pa 

Memphis, Tenn. . 
Hawaii 

Wilmington, Del . . . j 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Trenton, Mo 

Mercer, Pa 

Delaware, Ohio 

Jackson, Mich 

At large 

Amherst, Mass 

Centerview, Mo 

Bluflfton. Ind_ 

Amsterdam, N. Y . . 

Niles, Mich 

Little Rock, Ark . . . 

Jasper, Tenn 

Troy, Kans 

Glens Falls, N.Y.. 
Stottville, N. Y. . . . 

Norristown, Pa 

Bowling Green, Ky 
Mason City, Iowa. . 

Paris, Tenn 

Atlantic City, N. J. 
Elizabeth City, N.C 
Larchmont, N. Y.. 

Macon, Ga 

Lewiston, Pa 

Lynchburg, Va 



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Aiken. Hugh Kerr . . _ New Orleans, La . . 

Alexander, GJeorge Andrew _ _ . Cincinnati, Ohio _ . 

Allen, Hugh Milwaukee, Wis.. 

I Anderson, Leslie Barratt , Philadelphia, Pa . 

: Armstrong, Eldred Bewes ' InilianapoUa, Ind__ 

Atkins, Lew Morton | Butte, Mont.. 

i Barker, William Cyrus, jr -j Salt Lake City, Utah ' 

i Bartlett. Owen .- , Michigan. 

Bean. Paul Jones - Bastrop, Tex. .. 

Bernheini. Lynn Bernard .._ I Louiaville. Ky. - 

1 Bogart, Isaac Crabell 1 Columbus Grove, 0-' 

> Bonvillian. Claude Albert Houma, La 

: Booth. William Harris ' Grove, Va - 

Bminard. Roland Munroe J Illinois - 

Briatol. Arthur Leroy. jr Charleston. S. C. 

I Bryan, Awre« Sliwii - Scotland Neck, N.C 

I CabanisB, Roltert Wright Birmingham, Ala -- 

1 Cake, Stuart. William I Pottsville, Pa - 

1 Calhoun. William Lowndes - - _ ; Palatka, Fla . . 

: Carstein, Lorenz William Fritz ' Cambridge, Mans. _ 

! Causey, Lewis Dean : Berwick. Miss.. 

. Chantry, Allan J>. jr --| Malvern. Iowa . 

i ; Chapin, Ned Leroy Pasadena, Cal... 

\ Clarke. Wilfred Everett Elisabethton, Tenn. 

I CofRn, Vestal Phelps ! Boise. Idaho 

t Collips, Julian Herbert I Charleston, S, C. 

I Connor. John Francis Hamilton, Ohio .,- 

I Cooley. HoUis Mosely I Ann Arbor, Mich . 

Col, John Franklin | Spencer. Ind 

! Davis, Garrett Keene.- 1 Georgetown. Ky --. 

1 Decatur, Sfa-plien, Jr -i Portsmouth. N, H_. 

Decker, Walter Boardman I Montclair, N. J . 

I Delano. Harvey _.. Mnrphysboro, 111 

I Doherty. Stepiien i Shawntjetown, 111 _ 

I Draemel, Milo F | Fremont, Nebr... 

Drakf. Whitford - i WaJtliam, Mi«8 ., 

Emerson, Herbert Franklin I SiouiFalls.S.Dak-. 

Ewell. Laurence Middleton j Baltimore, Md _.. 

Field, Philip Henry Denver, Colo 

Filch. Aubrey Wray --_ ' St. Ignace, Mich . 

Fletcher, Frank Jack I Marshalltown.Iowa.ll 

/Foster, Worth Wright I New Albany, Ind - 




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Midshipmen of the First Class and relative ttamUiig at the 




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Frencl], Herbert JusticB .. 

Fuller, Douglaa Warden 

Fuller, Hear;- Grafton 

Garcelon. Arthur Alton, jr 

Ghormley, Robert. Lee 

GlasBford, William Alexander, jr . 

Onldjuan, Jefferson Briscoe 

Grady, Ronan CaliBtuH 

Graves. Carroll Stephen 

Hall, WUliam Alden _ 

Hall, Wolcott Ellsworth 

Harter, Robert Locke. _ 

Hartigan, Charles Conway 

Hayes, William Parsons 

Hickey, Andrew Sanmel 

Howard, Douglas Legate 

Howe, William Bingham 

Hoghes, Raleigh Edward 

Hdtchins, Hamilton Eugene 

Jacobs, Walter Frederick .._ 

Jensen, Ht-nrj Martin 

Jones, Harold 

Keeue. George Frederick, jr 

Kelly, Henidon Browning _ - . 

Kidd, Isaac Campbell 

Knox, Harrjflard 

Lake, George Ernest 

Lorahbough, Walter William 

Lowe, Robert Vivian „ 

Lowman, Roy Lelghton 

McCain, John Sidney 

McDonald, Ray Straith 

McWhorter. Charles Stokely 

Madden. Wilson Erls 

Manly, Matthias Bvana 

Mann. Richard Ray 

Marzoni. Pettersen Barto 

Mayo, Claude Banks 

Metcalf, Victor Nicholson 

Meyers, Artbtir Christian 

Miller, John Panl 

MorriaoB, Donald Pettit 




Lancaster, Mo. 
Rockland, He 
St. Johnsbury, Vt.. 

Anbam, Me .. 

Moscow, Idaho 

Laa Vegas. N. Mei . 

Qoldinan, La_ . 

East Boston. Mass.. 

Spokane, Wash 

North Easton.Mass. 

Lowell, Mass 

Winfleld, Knns 

Norwich. N. Y 

Lonisville, Ky 

Kingston, N. Y 

niinoie _ 

Sitearfish, S, Dak... 

Portland, Oreg 

At large 

Killingly. Conn 

Benson, Minn 

Greensboro, Ala . . . 

Howard, R.I 

Lebanon, Ky 

CleTeland. Ohio 

Greenville, Ohio 

Evanston, 111 

Fargo,N.Dak 

Brooklyn, N.T 

Johnstown , Pa 

Carroll ton. Miss 

Grafton.N.Dak.... 

Woodville,Ga 

Crockett, Tex 

Newbem, N. C 

Atlarge 

Pensacola, Fla 

Columbus, Miss 

Oakland, Cal- 

Pt. Louis. Mo 

Lancaster, Ky 

Missouri 



Aug, 2 
May 

Jane 8,1901 
Sept. ST., IMS 
Sept. 23, 1003 
Aug. 30, 1908 
j May 10. 1902 
I May 10,IB0a 
'Sept. 34,1908 
Aug. 39, 190e 
Aug. 20. 190a 
May 6, 1903 
May 10,1903 
Nov. 31.1903 
May 10,1903 
Aug. 39, 1903 
May 10,1902 
Nov. as, 1003 
July 20. 1900 
June 8,1901 
Sept. 3,1902 
Sept. 2,1908 
May 10,1902 
May 10.1902 
Sept. 23, 1908 
Sept. 25, 1903 
May 10,1902 
Nov. 21, 1002 
May 8, 1908 
Sept. 8,1908 
Sept. 35. 1B02 
Nov. 22, 1903 
Nov. 83, 1909 
Sept. 2,1902 
Sept. 2fl, 1908 
Sept. 34, 1908 
Sept. 4.1908 
Nov. 21.1902 
Sept. 23, 1902 
Sept. 34. 1003 
Sept. 2,1903 
Aug. 39, 1903 



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HIBSHIPUEN OF THE FIRST CLASS. 

Midshipmen of the Fint Class and relative standing at the 




i Mbsea, Edward Seabring 

Nagle, Perci val Edmund Darragh . . 

Newton, William Fie wellen 

Noyes, Leigh 

Olding. James Perdue 

Pence, Harry Langley 

Perkins. Fred Miltoii 

Rees. Albert Shafner 

Reichmutb, Ferdinand Laais 

Riebe, Herbert Bernard 

Roberts, Frank Hamilton -. 

Robinson, Francis Martin 

Rogers, Fred Fremont - 

Rnasell. Christopher Angnat — 

Scadder, Randolph Perry 

Sharp, Alexander, jr 

Shate. Isaac Clarke 

Smith, Norman Murray 

Smith, Roy Francis 

Spofford, Robert Willsie 

Stapler, John Taylor Qanse 

Stevenson. William Holliater 

Stiles, William Callender Irvine... 

Stirling, Archibald Graham _. 

Tafflnder, Sherwoode Ayerst 

Taylor, Conant __ 

Towers, John Henry 

Walker, Reuben Lindsay 

Wallace, Stephen Winchester 

Washburn, Edward DaviH_ 

Welch, Leo Francis 

White. Robert Arnold 

Wilhelm, August Christian 

Williams, Joseph Ralph 

Willson, Russell--- 

Wilson, Pierre Light 

Withers, Thomas, jr 

WollesOQ, Edwin Armin 

Woodruff, Charles Armijo 

Woodworth, Edwin Borke 

Wright, Gforge Barney 



New York, N.Y.... 

Brooklyn.N.T 

Georgia 

St. Johnsbury, Vt-- 
Carson City, Nev . . . 

Columbus, Ohio 

Salem, Oreg- 

Fayetterille, Tenn.. 

Ripon, Wis 

Rochester, Minn 

New Haven, Conn. - 
Williamsport, Pa - - - 

Clinton, lU 

Boston. Mass 

N.Yakima, Wash .. 

At large ,, 

Camden, N. J 

Williston, S. C 

Minnesota 

Kansas ..,-- ,-,... 

New York City 

Newbem.N.C 

Minnesota 

Baltimore, Md 

San Francisco, Cal.. 

Brooklyn, N.T 

Rome, Ga 

Richmond, Va 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Homney, W. Va 

Worcester, Mass _. 

Wayne, Pa 

Sandusky, Ohio ... 

Paterson, K.J 

Wyoming 

Baltimore, Ud 

Denver, Colo 

Belleville, HI 

FennsylvaniH 

Onero, Tex 

Fergrns Falls, Minn. 



Aug. 29, 1903 
May 10,1902 
May 13, IKfi 
Sept. 25.1002 
Oct 8, 1902 
Sept. 24, 1902 
Sept. 24, lOOS 
May 32,1902 
Nov. 31,1002 
May 10,1902 
Sept. 35. 1903 
Sept. 34, IW» 
Nov. 35, 1903 
Sept. 38, ]»03 
May 10,1902 
May 10.1902 
Sept. 35, 1902 
Aug. 30, 1903 
May 10,1902 
Nov. 31,1903 
May 32,1001 
Sept. 2fl. 1902 
Sept 39, 1903 
Oct 1, 1903 
Sept 80, 1002 
Sept 2,1903 
Aag. 30, 1902 
Sept. 26, 1002 
Nov, 31,1903 
Sept. 25, 1902 
Sept34.19U3 
Aug. 80, 1903 
Nov. 23, 1908 
Jnne 8,1901 
Oct 1,1002 
Nov. 33, 1903 
Sept 3,1902 
Sept 2,1902 
Sept. 34, 1903 
Aug. 29, 1902 
Sept. 33, 1003 



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Ckivinghm. Ky 

Scranton. Pa 

Abilene. Kans 

East Orange. N. J.. 


June 11, 1903 
July 13,1903 
June 25, 1908 
May 8,1902 
June 11.1903 
June 27.1908 
June 24. 1903 
June 23. 1903 
July 6.1908 
June 23, 1903 
June 24,1903 
June 13, 1903 
June 24, 1908 
July 1,1903 
June 10, 1903 
June 24, 1908 
June 10, 1903 
July 3.1908 
June 22, 1903 
June 24. 1903 
June 25, 1903 
Jnne 25, 1803 
May S, 1903 
July 9.1903 
June IS. 1903 
May 0.1903 
July 7,1903 
May 5,1903 
Aug. 39, 1902 
Jnne 10. 1908 
May 8,1903 
June 11.1903 
June 25, 1903 
Mar. 26, 1903 
May 5,1908 
June 23, 1903 
May 18,1903 
June 12.1903 
June 11,1903 
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Houghton. N.T-. -- 
Watattown, N.Y___ 

Prairiehill.Mo 

Antrim,N. H 

Lynchburg, Va 

LitUeton.Maaa 

McArthur, Ohio .... 

Spokane, Wash 

Parkersburg.W.Va. 
San Antonio, Tei.__ 


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Annapolis, Md 

Cheraw, S.O 

Oahkosh.Wie 

Petersbnrg. Va 

WaterviUe,Kana... 

Evanston.Wyo 

Pittsburg, Pa. _ 


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Fannan.N.Dak-..- 
NawYork,N.Y____ 

Hastings. Nebr 

Detroit, Mich 

Chelsea. Mass 

Gardengrove, Iowa - 
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Norwich, Conn 

Rostok. Wis 

Farwert. Utah 

Plattabnrg.N. Y... 

Uniontown. Pa 

Canandaigoa, N. Y. 

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Callands, Va - 

Bismarck, N. Dak __ 

Annapolis. Md 

Portsmouth, N. H.. 

Elmwood.Teun 

Bamberg, S.C 

Pontiac,Mich 


Jnne 11.1903 
May 6,1903 
June 32,1908 
June 37, 1903 
June 13, 1908 
June 24, 1903 
Jane 29. 1008 
June 11,1008 
Jnne 35, 1903 
July 8.1903 
May 33,1903 
July 34, 1908 
June 34, 1903 
May 33,1903 
May 6,1003 
Jnne S9, 1908 
June 25. 1908 
June 12,1903 
June 34, 1903 
June 34. 1003 
July 6,1003 
Aug. 30. 1902 
June 34,1008 
June 34, 1908 
July 15,1003 
June 13, 1003 
June 21, 1903 
June 35, 1903 
Jnne 25, 1903 
Jnne 13, 1903 
June 13, 1908 
Jnne 26. 1908 
July 1, 1003 
June 11, 1008 
June 29, 1908 
Jane 30, 1003 
Aug. 7,1903 
May 6,1908 
Jnne 38, 1908 
May 8.1003 
Aug. 1,1908 
June 8,190:1 


Cochrane, William Florence, jr 








Copolaod, Darld Orahain 








Richmond, Va 

Stonghton, Wis 

Aurora, Nebr 

Portsmouth. Va 

BeMdere, m_- 

Nashville, Tenn .... 






Cnraming. Jno. Whitlow Wetherell. 








Tilton.N.H-- 

San Jose. Cal 

Laurens, S.C 

Sparta. Tenn 

Bemita.Ga 

FayetteviUe.Ala.... 

Hartfora. Conn 

Gadsden, Ala 

Wallace. Idaho 

St. Paul. Minn 

Ix» Angeles, Cal.... 

Baltimore, Md 

Philadelphia, Pa.... 

Galesburg, m 

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Frankfort, Ind 

Bncyrns, Ohio 

Mobile. Ala 

Waterloo, Iowa .... 

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PittHbiirg, Pa 

Lincoln, Nebr 

J unction City , Kans. 

Crest on. Iowa 

Hopkinsville, Ky... 

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GeariDg, Heury Clialfant, jr 

Giffea, Robert Carlyle 


Qillmor, Reginald Eyerett 

Ooldtbwaite, Faulkner 



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Midshipmen of the Seixnd ClasH aitd relative standitifi at the 




Qreigi Stuart Oamond 

Griffiths, Philip Oiriu 

Grosa, Felix Eufi;lpbert 

Gross, Eobert Frank 

Gulliver, LoniB Joseph 

Gygax. Felix Xeraes 

Hall. James Lowe 

Hammond, Philip Huston... 
lUnsou, Ralpli Trunbrld^.. 

Heim, Schuyler PranMin 

Henderson, Eliau Heckman.- 
Henderson, Samael Lenow .. 

Herbatet, Victor Daniel 

Heron, Kenneth 

Hewitt, Henry Kent 

Hicks, Will Wbinery 

Hill. Richard 

Hinkamp, Clarence Nelson . - 

Hobbs, Goodwin.- 

BodgmAn, William Adams. . 
Holcumb, Franklin Porteons 

Halden, Herbert Leeander _ Portage, Wis 

Holliday, Seymour Edwards Austin. Tei . 

Hoover. John Howard Adel. Mont.. 

Homer, Ralph Barmnghs Denver, Colo 

Ho vey, Charles Emerson , Portamonth, N. 



Chicago, ni 

Stockton, Cal 

Brooklyn,N,Y 

Thomson, Qa 

Portland, Me 

Osborne. Kans 

Grand Rapids. Mich 

Talladega, Ala 

Perrfabnrg, Ohio . . . 

Plymonth, Ind 

Chicago, 111 

tmboden. Ark 

Irwin, Pa 

San Francisco, Cal. . 
Hackensaek, N.J-.. 
Birmingham, Ala_ . . 
Fort Dodge, Iowa _. 

Milwaukee. Wis 

Newport. E. I 

Saratoga, N,y 

Newcastle, Del 



Howard, David Stewart Hoi 

Howell, James Bmin 

Humphrey, Churchill 

Hnnter. Donald Taylor 

Hyatt. Claudina Roscoe 

Hydrick, Jacob Lawton 

Ingram, Jonas Howard 

Iseman, John Edward, jr . ., 

Jacobs, Randall 

James. Charles Milford 

Jewell, Joseph Warren 

Joems, George 

Johnwn, Earle Freeman 

Johnstone, Harold Halleck . 

Jones, Claude Ashton 

I Jones, Herbert Aloysius 



Palestine, Tex 

. San Francisco, Cal. 

. LoniBville. Ky 

. Elgin, m 

. JonesriUe, Ya 

. Orangeburg, S. C. . 

. JeSersonville, Ind . 

. Middletown, N. Y- 

. Danville, Pa 

. Grinnell, Iowa 

. Manchester, N. H . 

. Duluth, Uiim 

. Chicago, m 

. Butte. Mont 

. Charleston, W. Va- 

. Denver, Colo . 



June 10,1908 
June 26, 1903 
July 7, 1903 
Jnne 13, 1B08 
June 16. 1903 
June 10, 1903 
May 81.1903 
Jnne 12, 1908 
Jnne 37, 1903 
June 25. 1908 
May Q, 1903 
Sept. 24, 1902 
June 26, 1903 
May 6,1903 
June 29, 1903 
June 29, 1903 
Jnne 2fl. 1908 
June 3S, 190S 
May 6, 1903 
June 27, 1903 
July 8,1903 
June 29, 1903 
Jnne 20, 1903 
June 12, 1903 
Jnne 29, 1903 
May 23,1903 
June 26, 1908 
June 2il, 1908 
Jnne 26, 1903 
May 20, 1903 
June 29, 1903 
June 26, 1903 
.Tnly 2,1903 
June 27, 1903 
June 26, 1903 
June 27, 1903 
June 39, 1908 
Juno 27, 1908 
Jnne 29, 1903 
June 11.1903 
June 29, 1003 
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Uidahipnien of the Set!07id Class aiid relative standing at the 



Appuibted froED — 



Jordan, Leiand. jr 

Eays, Hftriow Traak 

Keiran, Richard Tason 

Keller, Charles Stanley 

Keller, Henry Bnpert 

Kenyon, George William 

Keppler, Cheater Henry John . 

Kimball, Lucien Frank 

King, Frank Ragan 

Kittel, Ernest George 

Klein, Jacob Henry, jr 

Knapp, John Harriaon 

KnaoBs, Harrison Edward 

Knoi, Forney Moore 

Krakow, Carl Christian 

Lafrenz, Walter Frederick 

Lagerquist, Frank William... 

Laird, George Hays 

Lando, BUia .._ 

Lanman, Fliill|i tiateh 

Lawrence, Willis Woodruff . .. 

LeBourgeois, Henry Blow 

Lee, WUliam Henry 

Leonard. Emeric Robert 

LewiH, John William. 

Libbey, Miles Anguetne 

Licbtenfltein, Emil Alexander. 

Lilley. Frederick Pliny 

Lipstate, Wadel Abram 

Lofqnist. Emanael August 

Logan, George Christian 

Lombard. Benjamin RusaeU..- 
Lowell, Robert Traill Spenca.. 

Ludlow, Reginald Fairfax 

Lynch, Charles McEenna 

McCarthy, Francis Peter 

McClure. Henry Adrian. 

McConnell, Riley Franklin 

McCormack, Harvey William . 

McCrary, Preston H 

McQill, Clarence Mi;Cntcheon. 
JfeKeelian, Loiih Williams 



Mnrfreesboro , Tenn 

Phcenix, Ariz_ 

Boston, Mass 

Easton, Pa 

Meinhard, G» 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Iowa City, Iowa ... 

Brattleboro, Vt 

Scottsboro, Ala 

New York, NT—. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

St. Loni9,Mo- 

Easton, Pa 

Anniaton, Ala 

Dubuqne, Iowa 

Spokane, Wash 

Minneapolis, Minn . . 
Wheeling, W.Va-. 
Honoluln, Hawaii . 
Des Moines. Iowa... 
Colorado Sp'gs ,Colo . 

Ama, La 

Wayneaville, N. C. 

Boiae, Idaho 

Superior. Wis 

Weet Newton, Mass 
Corpus Christi, Tex 
Waterbury,Conn.. 

Tyler,Te3 

Burlington. Iowa... 
Charleston, S. C... 

Hillhonse, Miss 

Staten Island, N. Y. 
Waukesha, Wis . . - 

Greensburg, Pa 

Troy, N. Y , 

Baffalo,N.Y 

Gateaty, Pa 

Fori;Myer8,Fla .... 

Lonoke, Ark 

Lambertville. N. J.. 
Minneapolis, Minn 



June 27, 1903 
July 8,1903 

May 10,1902 
June 12, 1903 
July 3,1903 
June 11.1903 
June 29. 1903 
May 6.1908 
June 11,1903 
June 30, 11 
July 8,1903 
Jnne 80, IfiOS 
June 36, 1903 
July 8,1803 
June 2e, 1003 
Jmie la, 1908 
May 2-3, 1903 
Aug. 8,1903 
Jnne 27, 1903 i 
June 29, 1903 
June 27, 1903 j 
July 8,19031 
Jnne 29, 1903 
Jnne 11.1903 
July 32,1903 
June 12, 1003 
May 3S, 1903 
June 27, 1003 
May 21,1008 
Jnne 12, 1903 
Jane 30, 1903 
Jnne 36, 1903 
May 25. 1008 
May 10,1903 
June 29, 1903 
June 30, 1903 
June 20, 1903 
June 20,1903 
June 29, 1903 
Jnne 29, 1903 
Jane 16, 1908 



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Knoxville, Tenn 

Rochester. N.Y.... 

EUistown. Miss 

Nashville, Tenn... _ 

Brooklyn. N. Y 

Findlay, Ohio 

Dnrham, Conn 

St. Paul. Minn 

Huston. La 

Philadelphia, Pa.... 


Jnne29.1903 
Jnnell.IMS 
May 11.1903 
Jnne 80. 1003 
JimeSO-liXia 
July 6.1908 
Jnly 3,1903 
Jane 13.1903 
Jane 29. 1903 
June 30, 1903 
Jnne 30, 1903 
May 33,1903 
May 11,1903 
June 10, 1903 
July 3,1903 
June 30. 1903 
May 21, 1B0S 
June 30, 1903 
July 4.1903 
May 23,1903 
May 31. 1903 
July 1,1908 
May 18,1903 
June 80. 1903 
July 8, 190S 
Aug. 1.1903 
Jnly 7,1908 
July 1,1903 
June 39. 1903 
June 29. 1903 
June 12. !0«3 
June 18. 1903 
July 3, 1903 
June 30. 1903 
July 6.1903 
June 30, 1903 
June 30. 1903 
July 1 a, 1903 


McKittriok, Harold Vincent_ 


MalliBon, Williftm Thomas 


ManlOT. Will Rncker.jr 

Martin. Arthur Chester 


MflthewBon. Rnfns WeUington 










Atlarfre .- - 

Worcester, Mass . . . 

Elmira. N. Y - 

YonkerB,S-.Y 

Council BlaSa, Iowa 

Jackson, Ohio 

ThoinaB, Pa 

Monson, Maea 

Saco.Me 

Jacksonville, 111 

Philadelphia, Pa---- 
Cleveland.Ohio.... 

Somera, Mont 

Jacksonville, Ohio.. 

Frederick, Md 

Charlotte, Vt 

Newark, N.J 

Batavia.N. Y 

Fayettflvllle, Ark... 

Atlanta, Oa 

Lewistown, Me 

Salem. Mass _. 

Amite, La 

San Francisco, Cal.. 

Utica,N. Y 

Qeveland, Ohio .... 
Sonth Hanson . Mass 

Amite, La _. 

West Cheater, Pa- 
Reading. Pa 


Miliier Frederick Wood 


Monroe, John Albert 


Montgomery, Robert Langf ord 








































EiivenscToft. George MaBtick 


Held. Shelby Seymour — . 


July 4. 1908. I 


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HTDSHIPHEN OF THE SBCOIfD CLASS. 
Midshipmen of the Second CJnss and relative ^landing at the 



Bobinson, Clyde RoBseU 

BuHsell, Frank - 

Sampson. Ralph Earle 

Scheibla, Louie Collina 

Schelling, John Martin 

SchnjIiT. Oarrett Iiausio^ 

Scott, Dat Id Alexander 

Seymour. Philip .._ 

Shea, John Francis 

Sherlock, William Evana 

Shirley, Major Cleveland 

Sbonerd, Henry Gilbert 

Simpeon, George Wirt 

Slayton. Charles Chnrchill 

Smith, Renben Robert 

Smith, William Taylor 

Spencer, Herbert Lee , 

Sprunnce, Buj'ninnd Amen , 

Starr, Fletcher Culemaa 

SleveDM, Leinne) Miissctter 

SteveniWn, Frederick Tomlinson 

Stewart, Ralph Roderick 

Stiles, William Henry, jr 

Stover, Roy LeClair 

Strait, Bnrt»n Anderson 

Strother, EdmundWeyman 

Stmble, George Wallace 

\ Swasey, George Tmman -. 

Symington. Thomas Alexander., 

Taylor. Bert Blaine. 

Taylor, Henry George 

Tboobald, Robert Alfred 

Thibault, Loais Francis 

Thomaa. Raymond GaadeDZ 

Thomson, Thaddeoa Austin, jr.. 

Tod. Elmer Wayne 

Torlinaki, Michaeljohn 

Tuholski, Walter Henry 

Torn bull, Archibald Douglas 

Ulrich, WalterCHrK._ , 

Utley, Harold HJckox 

/ Van Aiiken, Fredenc Tabor 



Bpartanbnrg, S. C. . . 

Wellsboro, Pa 

At large 

Covington, Ky 

Leaf River, HI 

New York, N.Y- — 

Kingston, N. Y 

Providence, R. I 

Wahpeton.N.Dak- 

Canton, Ohio 

Anderson, S. C 

Carlin. Nev 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Springfield, Ohio . . . 
Salt Lake City,Utah 
Fredericksburg, Va. 

DulQth, Minn 

Indianapolis, Ind-.- 

Sewickley , Pa 

Warsaw, 111 

San Francisco, Cal.. 

Huron, S. Dak 

Malbone, Ga 

Tola, Kana 

Pueblo. Colo 

Colnmbna, Ga. 

Portland, Oreg 

Barre, Vt 

Catonsville, Md - - 
Middlebnry, Vt .... 
Philadelphia, Pa ... 
San Francisco, Cat. - 

Winsted, Conn 

Monticello, Iowa ... 

Austin, Tes 

Youngatown, Ohio . 

Nanticoke, Pa 

Brie, Pa 

At large 

MUwaukee, Wis 

Springfield, ni 

Plainfleld, N. J 



July 3,1 BOS 
May 27,1M3 
May 4,1903 
July 8,1903 
July 8,1903 
Jane 12, 1903 
July "■ 
Jane U, 1903 
July 6, i 

July 1,1 
June 24, 1 
July 8,1803 
June 13,1903 
July 4,1908 
July 2.1903 
July 2.1008 
July 7,1903 
July a.li 
Oct. 23,11 
July 8.1903 
Hay 13,1903 
June 13, 1003 
July 2, 
July 6,1903 
July 8,1903 
July a. 
Jnly 2, 1908 
May 0, m 
May 33,1908 
June 11,1 
May 21.190S 
Jnly 37.1808 
July 2, 1908 1 
July 6, 1903 \ 
May 32.1903 I 
July 3.190S. j 
Sept. 3.190a I 
June 13, 1903 I 
May 10, 1903 I 
June 6, IW>3 I 



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Van de Carr, James Coe 


Albany,N.Y 

Mount Holly, N.J,. 

Bushnell,Ill. 

Maysville, W. Va -- 

Denver, Colo 

Warrensburg, Mo — 

Brooklyn, N. Y 

Newton, Mass 

Middle ville, Mich. . _ 
Terre Haute. Ind . . . 

Wales, Tenn 

W oodville. Miss 

Winona, Minn 

Iron River, Mich ... 
Charleston, W. Va . 
Augusta, Qa 


June 24, 1003 
July 1, 1903 
July 2,1903 
July 6,1903 
July 6,1903 
June 10, 1903 
July 3,1903 
July 3,1903 
July 3,1903 
June 12, 1903 
May 6,1903 
July 6,1903 
June 29, 1903 
July 3,1903 
Aug. 1,1903 


208 


Van Derveer, Warren Abbe 


68 


Vertrees, Louis Lo&ran 


207 
111 


Vossler, Francis Alfred Leopold 

Walker, Fuprenfi Bonfils 


38 


Wallace. W illiam Oliver 


122 


W alsh , W illiam Hemminirs 


112 


Ware, Bruce Richardson, ir 


246 


Watson, Ray Henry 


216 


W elte, Herbert Enerlebert 


239 


W hite, N ewton Harris, ir 


188 


Williams, Elmo Harrison 


53 


Williamson. William Pnce 


173 


W indsor, Charles Clifford 


91 


W oodward, Vaughn Veasey 


29 


Wrierht, Carter Land 


July 8, 1903 









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MIDSHIPMEN OF THE TUIKD CLASS. 

Midtiiiipmen of the Tliird Claai and relative ttunding 



Aiiair, Chfu-lea Wallace 

Allen, Archer Meredith Ruland .. 

Ames, Eugene 

AuBtin, Joseph Eliot 

Bacon, Allen 

Bailt, Harry Asher 

Bamea, Gny Carlton 

Bamett, John Walter 

Bartlett. William Clif trrn . 

Baatedo. Panl Henry 

Bansh, Robert Oliver 

Besnfield, Riifns McClelland 

Boardall, John Reginald 

Beisel, Fred Cornelins_ 

BpII, Hallcr 

Berg, Frank Robert 

Berry, Fred Thomas 

Best, Charles Lewis 

Bidwell, Abel Trood 

Blakealee, Edward Gervase 

Bloebanm, Chester Allan Arthur. 

Borland, John 

Botsford. Owen St. Anbin 

Bowerfind, Freilerick Charles 

Boynton, Harold Walter 

Brandt, George Edgar 

Brereton, William Denny, jr 

Broshek, Joseph John >. 

Brown, David Lloyd 

Brune, Howard Walter 

Buck. Emeat Fisher 

Buckingham, Earle 

Burdick, Hai-old De Fonst 

BuTg, Robert Andrew ., . 

Calhonn, Guy Knight 

Campbell. John Clement 

Cappel, Clarence 

Carnilcbat-l, An4n<w Williams 

Carter, Worrall Reid 

Carver, Wilbur Joshua -. 

Cecil, Thomas Jefferson 

Oismtiers, Henry Leslie 



Senia, Ohio 

New Bedford, Mass. 

At large 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Mt. Pleasant, Tez . . 
Bnllocbville, Ga..-. 

Waco, Tex __ 

Naaonville, R. I.., 

Bnffalo.N.Y 

Somerset, Pa 

SanPmncisco. Cal,. 

Orlando, Fla 

La Crosse, Wis 

Dallas, Tes 

Bridgeport. Conn_ _ . 

Logan. Iowa 

Maysville, Ky 

Bellefonte, Pa. 

Loekport, HI 

St. Charles, Mo 

Newyork,N. Y..- 
Clarenceville, Mich. 

Adrian, Mich '.. 

Haverhill, Mass 

Pass Christian , Miss . 

Allegheny, Pa 

New Bedford, Mass. 
Fergus Falls, Minn. 

Eiidora. Kana _ 

Huntington, W.Va. 
Bridgeport, Conn... 

Lawrence. Kans 

Grand Island, Nebr. 

Seattle, Wash 

Bolla, Mo 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Plattaburg, N. Y... 

Bath, Me 

Scarsport, Me _ 

New River, Tenn... 
NewY'ork.N.Y.... 



June i,lB04 
Aug. 3,1904 
July S. 1904 
July 21t,Ii)04 
Jone 13.1904 
May 10,ld04 
June 15, 1904 
July 8. IW4 
July 5,1H(M 
June 21,1904 
Jnne 30. 1904 
July (1,1904 
Jnly 7.190t 
July 2,1904 
Jnne 30, 1904 
July 7.1904 
Jnne m. 1904 
Jnne 29, 1904 
June 7,1904 
July 7,1004 
Jnly 12.1901 
June 7,1004 
Jnly 0,1004 
June 7,1804 
July 1,1904 
July 6, 1904 
Jnly 5,1«M 
Jnne 10, t0U4 
Jnne 14.1SKH 
Jnne 7,1904 
Jnne 20. 1904 
Jnly 21,1904 
Jnne 13.1904 V 
Jnne 30, 1904 1 
Jnly 2. 1904 ' 
Jnly 2,191*, 
Jnne 9,190'%^ 
Jnne 27, 190-^. 
Jane 7,191:^.4^ 
July 0,190-* 
June e.l!K>4^ 
Jana IT, Ittvk*^ 



UroSHIPMRS 


OF THE THIRD 


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MIDSHIPHEN OP THB THIRD OLABB. 
Midshipmen of the Third Claw and r^ativc standing at the 



AppoltitvA troiD — 



CbArllon, Alexander Hark 

Chew, Francis Thornton 

Clark, Carl Crittenden 

Clark, Joseph Buraside 

Clark, Rensselaer Weston 

Cleveland, Harry Ward 

Cloud, Preston Ercelle 

Cochran, Scbam;] _ 

. Coe, William Gwynne {a) 

Coffin, Tremnor, jr 

Collins, Marshall 

Comerford, Francis John._ 

Conger, Franklin Panl 

Connor. Edward HoUia 

Cordiner, Douglas Caubell. 

Croaby, Howard Hall 

Cunningham, John Craig 

Cutts, Elwin Fisher 

Dagne, William Henry 

Davis, Charles Henry, jr 

DariN, Heiirj Frederick Dflnian 

Davis, Leslie Charles 

Denney, Andrew Daniel 

De Sanssnre. Richard Laurens 

Dolan. Carleton MathewH 

Donald. Harry Gordon 

Ilonavin, Kirknooil Harry 

Douglas, Archibald Hugh 

Doxey, John Lockh art 

Doyle, Jamea Madison 

Dreutzer, Carl Ebbe -— 

Dncey, David Francis 

Duncan, Greer Assheton 

Earle, John Ray 

Early, Jubal Anderson -., 

Emmerson, George Harris - 

Emmet, Robert Rutherford Morris . 

Estesa, Eddie Jamea 

Everson, John Horace 

Farrell, Williiim Edward 

Pay, Euah Southgate 

Forgua, Harry Hildebrandt 



Omaha, Nebr 

Lexington, Mo 

Clarkaville, Tex ... 
Hutchinson, Kana , 
SandyhUl, N. Y... 
Fond du Lac, Wis . 

Crosskeys, Ala 

Honston, Tei 

Baker City, Oreg_. 
Carson City, Nev.. 

Bichmond, Ky 

Boston, Mass 

St. Lonis.Mo 

Clinton, Iowa 

Laramie, Wyo 

Somerville, Mass .. 

Lufldn, Tex 

MUford,N.H 

Fowler, Ind 

Groton. Mass 

Elko. Nev 

Orangeville. Idaho 
Mountaingrove. Mo 
Charleston. S-C... 



Hannibal, Mo 1 July 

Mobile, Ala 

Columbus, Ohio 

KnoiviUe, Tenn 

Berryville, Ark 

Philadelphia. Pa.... 
Sturgeon Bay, Wis , 
Framingham, Maes. 

Alexandria, La 

Chicago, m _._ 

Lynchburg, Va 



At large — 

Columbia, La 

Syracnse, N. Y 

New York, N.Y.. 
At large 

Trenton, N.J 



10. 1M4 
tS, 1004 
29,1904 
11,1004 
11,1004 
e.1904 
5,1004 
11.1004 
35,1003 
7,1004 
10.1904 
,1004 
14,1904 
14,1904 

e.m>4 

14.1004 
2,1004 

13,1904 
2,1004 
7,1004 

11,1904 

14.1004 
8,1904 

i8, 1904 
<I,1D04 
7,1004 

a«. 1904 
8,1904 
7,1903 
8,1904 

11,1004 
8.1904 
1,1004 

15, 1004 
H, 1904 

11,1904 
6.1904 
7,1004 

11.1004 

!0, 1004 \ 

18, in«4;' 

10.1904' 



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JUUSUIPMEh 


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71 


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Midahipmen of the T>iird Claaa and relaliw 


landing at the 


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r- . 


1 


215 

198 
31 




Franklin, La 

Cheyenne, Wyo .... 
Little Hock, Ark... 

Troy, Ohio. _ 

At large 

Lebanon, Pa 

Marahall, Mich 

Spencer, Ind 

MUford, Ohio 

Jonesboro.Tenn.... 

Harrison, Nebr 

Pittsburg, Pa 

BocWnffbam.H.C. 
Fort Wayne. Ind — 

Dalton, Qa 

Grafton, N. Dak .- 
New York, N.Y... 

La Crosse, Wis 

New Haven, Conn.. 
Proviuence, n. 1. . . . 

Syracuse, N.Y 

Darlington, 8. C... 


July 1.I1K)4 
Jnae 15. I9II4 
May to. 1904 
July 9.1904 
Jnly R. 1904 
Jnne 8.1B04 
July 11,1903 
June 28, 1904 
Jnly 5,1904 
June 21, 1901 
July 10,1904 
June 8.1904 
July 2(1, 1904 
June 13. 1904 
Jane 8,1904 
June 23. 1904 
.July 5,1904 
July 8,1901 
July 7,1904 
July 5.1904 
Jnly 10. 1903 
Jnne 8,1904 
June 11.1904 
Jnne 10. 1904 
Jnly 5,1904 
Jnly 6,1904 
July 5,1904 
July a. 1904 
June 8,1904 
July 5,1904 
July 2,1904 
June 23, 1904 
Juno 9,1904 
Jnly 7,1904 
July 1,1904 
May 13,1904 
July 8. 1904 
Jnly B.1904 
Jnne 9,1904 
June 29, IlKM 












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Sturgia, 8. Dak 

Pittafora,Vt 

Okalona,Misa 

Lanrinburg, N. C .. 
Hoquiam, Waah..- 

OilCity.Pa-- 

Saginaw, Mich 

Utica.N.C - 

Danville, Va 

tpitr PmiWenW, 1^ 

Cedar Rapids, lowB. 

Marysville, Cal 

Concord, N.C 

Norcroaa,Ga 

Belvidere.m 

Miamisbnrg.Ohio.. 
Chicago, m... -... 
Jersey aty.N.J... 


















James.Jnles 


Jennings, John Calvin _ 


Johnson, Lee Payne .- 


Jakes. Earle Winfield 


KanfEman, JainuB Laurence 












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Midakipmen of the Third Clast and relative standing at the 



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Kellegrew, Frederick William Brooklyn, N. Y. 

! Kemnian. Artbnr SylvanuB New Hampton, Iowa! 

j Kemp, Denuis Edwin Wtlrnt Sprinira Tei 

Kilpatrick, Walter Kenneth- -..! New York.N.Y... 

I King, Bnfns ! Atlarge. 

Kinkaid, Thomas Caaain - At large 

KnetT, Hogh Johnston Atc^iaon, Kana 

Kra,ns, Sidney Moaea Pern, Ind 

Labhardt, Herbert Bismarck Highland. Ill __ 

La Bounty, Selah Montrose Fairhaven, Mich ... 

Laiznre, Dallas Charles Fargo, N. Dak 

' Lammers, Howard Melvin -.. Heron Lake. Minn., 

, Latham, Jolin Campbell Hernando, Miss 

I Leahy, Michael Arthnr Marshfield, Wis ... 

I Lee, Alva -— Oxford. Nebr 

Lee, Willis Angnstus, jr Owenton.Ky 

I Lemlj, Kowan Palmer At large 

Lot tin, Edward Hill _.. .. Pensacola. Fla 

Lowell, Jabez Stnbba Bangor, Me .-_ 

Lnoas, Arthor Linford ClRveland, Ohio 

McCauley, Cleveland Breckenridge, Tex.. 

McCanley, Tracy Lay. -_ At large 

McClain, John Franklin Tripii.S.Dak 

McCormick, Eugene Oelapointe SgrKsmoirn, w.T» 

McDonald, James William -- Oslikosh, Wis 

McDowell, Dndley Howard Blakely, G» 

McGuire, Henry Davis Omaha, Nebr 

McKee. Ernest Wheeler-- Howard. S. Dak..., 

McNeill, Andrew Byrne - Hinklee Ferry, Tex, 

Magmder, Gary Walthall Vickaburg, Miss 

Marion, Paul Henry — At large 

Marklaiiii, Henry Thomas -... Milo, N. Y 

Mau[)in, Frank Bond Baltimore, Md 

Meade, Everard Kidder Boyce, Va 

Melvin, George Herbert Geneaeo, III 

Meriwether, Minor, jr Lafayette, La 

Mitacher, Mark Andrew Palmer City, Okla.. 

Moore. James Dennis Ashland, Oreg 

Mueller, Leo Charles La Crosse, Wis 

Mair, Boyoe Kitredge -- .._ GTandRapids,Mich. 

Munroe, William Robert Waco, Tei 

, Nelson, John Arthur Lancaster, N. E 



June »,19M 
July 6,19(M 
I Joly 5, IBM 
July B.1904 
June 29, 190:) 
July T, 1804 
June 8.1904 
July 11.1904 
Aog. 10, 1 904 
July 2.1904 
July 6, 1904 
■Tune 11,1904 
June 1 1 , 1904 
[May 10.1904 
I July n, 1904 
Jnly 9,1904 
May 13,1904 
' June IS. 1904 
I July 9.1904 
I Jnly 5,1904 
May 10,1904 
.July 11,1904 
June 9.1904 
June 13. 1904 
June H,li<04 
July 5. 1904 
June G, 1904 
June 9,1004 
July 7,1904 
July 7,1«M 
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May 10, 19(^-4^ 
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Nichols, Cbase Hood Winchester, Ind I June 1 

Kitrlon. F.diuiiiiil Rundnll Portland, Me i Jnne 1 

Olson, Allan Gustaviis | Chicago, III I-Tnly 

0"Rear, John Thomas Hazelrigg — London, Ky July 

Oswald. James Leslie , Goodland.Ind .luly 

Owen, William Cook FayetteTille, N. C-j Jnly 

Page, William Kenneth. ._ | Chicago, HI June 1 

Pailthorpe, Ormand Cleveland Petoakey, Mitih 1 Jnly 

Parsons. Henry Ervin_ 1 Acoomao, Va | June ) 

Pashley, William Hnbbel Chicago, 111 pTunel 

Paltoraon, David CalviD, jr i Omaha, Nehr ' Jnly 

Penn, Arthur Miller Laredo. Tex.. .; Jnly 

Peterson. Martin Jonas Des Moines, Iowa ..I July- 
Peyton, PanlJoues , Colnmbna, Miss Jane 1 

Pickering, NeUon Winslow ] Boston, Use.s I Aug. 

Pierce. Morris Rnmford ' New York, N. T... Oct. 1 

Piersol, Wilham Burton _. Philadelphia, Pa .. June! 

Poole, John Littleton ' Baltimore. Md Jnly 

Porter, Henry Hall _ | Munhall.Pa Jane 

Powell, Edward William Beime Denver. Colo. Jnly T 

Pnrnell, William Reynolds - BowlingGreen. Mo. July I 

Putnam, Joseph Franklin | Rochester, N. Y Jnne I 

Rankin. John Wilkes I Hartford, Conn ..- Sept, 

I Rawls, Walter Irvea AUiena, Ala >Tune I 

Reimers, Christian Albert, jr i Pierce, Nebr May 1 

' Richardson, Henry Smith Greensboro, N. C.-. .Inly 

' Bidgely, Harry Clark ' Springfield, Dl Jane 1 

, Binehart. Evan Umer Baltimore, Md , Oct. 

I Rockwell, Francis Warren I Atlarge, Ijnnei 

I Roelker, Edward Porter At large - July 

' Rogers, Byron Deraont Springfield, 111 |junel 

Rogers, Robert Emmet i Ozark, Mo - 1 July 

I Ross, Charles Corwin , Richmond, Ind July 

Rountree, Walter Jefferson ___ Qoitman, Ga ' Jnne 1 

' Saufley. Ricliard Caswell Stanford, Ky I Jnne 1 

Schaffer, John Lei nba«h , Reading, Pa Jnne 

Schanse, Albert Keys --_ i Newark, N. J -July 

Schipfer, Carl Anbnr. I Sigonmey, Iowa July 

I Searcy, William Williams, jr Brenbam, Tei July 1 

I Shafroth. John Fr.inklin, jr j Denver, Colo.- iJunel 

Smith, Frank Roop, ji' -.. Wilmington. Del ...July 

; Smith, Jamefi Downing -. | Shadwell.Va Jjnne 



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Midshipmen of the Third Claat and relative standinQ rtt the 



Smith, Karl rre(lerii;k _ 

Smith, Oscar, jr - 

Smith, Pierre Lorraine 

Smith, Walter 

Smith, WUliam Robingon. jr 

Speicher, Paul Ernest 

Spore, Jamea Sutherland 

Stttley, John Bridgeford 

Stark, Lloyd Crow 

Steckel, Abner Moyer 

Stevens, James Garfield 

Stewart, Lanrauce Spr^ne 

Stoer, Charles Herbert 

Strauss, Harold Aaron 

Sntton, James Nuttle 

Thomas, Clarence Craee 

Tipton, Thoniaa Murray 

Townsend, Frank Willard . _ '.. 

Trippe, Richard Edwards 

Turner, Richmond Kelly 

Turner, William Woodfill 

Vanderhoof , Arnold Hinea 

Vanderveer, Nnrmand Reeve 

Waller, Littleton Waller Taswell, jr. 

Walling. Ralph Gonlon 

Ward, Robert Grover _-. 

Warren, Lee Pettit 

Waters, Robert Powers - 

Webb, Arthur Follett - - 

Webster, Fletcher Othello 

Welshimer, Robert Roas . _ 

West, Clyde Gray 

White, Riehanl Charles 

Wickham, WillianiB Carter 

Wilhelm, Ora 

Wilkinson, John Cabell, jr 

Wille, Frank Joseph 

WOlett, Maurice Benjamin 

Williams, Fmncis Marion, jr 

Williams, Raleigh Corwin 

Wilson, Eugene Edward 

Wilson, George Folger 



Adams, Mass 

Wilkesbarre, Pa 

Punxsutawney, Pa . 

Boston, Uaaa 

Weldon.N. C 

Braddock, Pa 

Wei8tBayCity,Uich. 

Albany, N.Y 

Louisiana, Mo 

Orwigsburg, Pa — 
Summerfield, Ohio. . 
South Orange, N. J. 
Philadelphia, Pa... 

Franklin, Ohio 

Portland. Oreg 

Qrasa Valley, Cal. . 
Las Vegas, N. Mez 

Wyoming.ni 

Kittonning, P» 

Stockton, Cal 

Evansville, Ind 

New York, N. Y .. 
New York, N.Y. - 

At large 

Erie. Pa .._ 

New York, N.T._ 

Piedmont, Ho 

St. Joseph, Mo 

Winfidd.Kans.... 

Solomons, Md 

N©og»,ni 

Wellston. Ohio 

Bnffalo,N.Y 

Richmond, Va 

Mattoon. Ill 

St. Louis, Mo 

<!)maha. Nebr 

Montpi'lier, Ohio . . 

Newton, N. C 

Wichita. Kans 

Seattle, Wash 

Uiram, Ohio. 



Jaly 11. IWM 
July 9.1904 
July 8,1904 
July 5,I»04 
June 11,1904 
July 7,1WM 
June n. 1004 
July C, 1904 
June 11.1904 
May 1 1.1904 
. July 2,1903 
. May 10,1904 
. Sept. 6, 1004 
-July 3.1904 
May 10,1904 
July 7,1904 
July 5,1904 
Jnly 11,1904 
July 28, 1004 
June 13. 1904 
Jane 11, 1004 
Aug. 15.1904 
July 2, 1901 
July 6, 1904 
June 11, 1904 
July e, 1904 
July 10,1904 
July e,li«4 
July 6, 1904 
Jnly C,1904 
July 5,1904 
JnneI3,l»04 
Jtme 15, 1904 
Ang. 23, 1904 
Jnly 13. 1904 
Sept. 30, IIMM 
Jane 10, 1904 
Jnne 11,1904 
July 11,1904 
July 0,1904 
Jnne 11,1904 
Jtily 11.1904 



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178 


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217 


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80 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE THIRD CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the Third Class and relative standing at the 



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Name. 


Appointed from — 


Datp of 
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127 


Wilson, William Walter _ 


Newcastle, Del 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Janes ville, W is 

Concord, N. C - 


June 11, 1904 
June 13,1904 
Sept. 10,1904 
June 14, 1904 


148 


W nest, Richard Walter 


144 


Yat^s, Charla<* Moulding .... 


178 


Young, Robert Rinionton, jr 



ItlDSHIFHBN OP THE THIBD CLASS. 
Annual Examittation, May, 1905— SB6 wanfeer a Cootinned. 



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MIDSHIPMEN OF THE POUKTH CLASS. 

JUutshipmen of the Foxirth Cla»a — f^7 Tnembera. 



I 



Alexander, Israel M... 

Alford. Thai bert Nelson 

Alger, Clarence Wells 

AUewelt, Robert Levi 

Alston, William Ott 

Applewhite, Dnlfe 

Ashley. John Martin 

Bagg. Homer Adolph 

Bailey. George Thomas 

Barney, Arthor - 

Barry, James Richard 

Becker, John Erb _ 

Beeaon, Delmar Harvey 

Bennett, Oakley Adair 

Bennett, Robert Horace 

Benaon, Howard Hartwell James. 

Bemhard, Alva Douglas 

Biliingsley, William Devotie 

Blackwell, Joseph Minor 

Blandin. John Joseph 

Blankenahip. Ernest .Toseph - 

Borchardt, Herbert Beynolda Al- 
exander. 

Boncher. Creed Haymond 

Bowen. William Porter 

Bradford. Gerard . 

Braisted, Frank Alfred . _ _ 

Brandt, Edmund Selden Randolph. 

Brewer, Rowland Hart - 

Brown, Stuart Southerland _. 

Bryant, Albert Cook 

Bunkley. Joel William 

Bnrdick. Harold Stacey 

BnOer, Henry MithofE 

Butler. William Parker 

Bye, Levi Bendick 

Caldwell, Edgar Newman 

Campbell, John Clement - 

Campbell, Levin Hicks, jr 

Canine, Stanley Roscoe 

Cappel, Clarence.- 

Capron. Webster Allyn 

Carey. Lee Cnmmine 

Carroll, Penn Leary 

Carter, Frank Sanlsbory 

Catiier, Adrian Bash 



Taylor, Tex 

Wills Point, Tex . 
Pierre, S. Dak ... 






-, Pa . . 



Clayton, Ala 

Brownstown, Ind 

Canni.Hl 

West Turin, N. Y. 
Miliport, N. Y.-.. 

Kearney. Nebr 

Monroe, Mich 

Marietta, Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa,. 
Louisville, Miss . . . 
Indianapolis. Ind.. 

Macon, Ga 

Lawrence, Kans.. 
Winona, Misa 

Belhd Acailcdij. Tk 

UmnwcKHl, Hd. Atlarec. 
Pftragon, Ind --_ . 
Chicago, HI _ 



New Carlisle. Ind . 

Columbia. Tenn.. 
Burlington, Vt.... 
New York, N.Y.. 
Montclair, N. J.. 
Lewea, Del _. 

WtBl Bf»ltlf. WMh 

Canton Bend, Ala. 

Macon, Ga _. 

Providence, R. I .. 
Col nmbna. Ohio... 

Jackson , Tenn 

Wallin, Mich 

Glasgow. Ky 

Bolla, Mo 

Hyattsville, Md... 

Llano, Tex 

Brooklyn, N. Y... 
Fort Myer, Va.... 

Berlin. Md 

Minden, La 

Lewes. Del 

Flomington.W.Va 



June 30, 
June 29, 
Jnne 30, 

July 11, 
June 30, 
May I, 
Sept. 3. 
July 8, 
July 11, 
May 4, 
July 22, 
July 3. 

June 29. 
June 17, 
July T>. 
July 6, 
Ang, 30, 
Jnne IT, 
July 3, 

June n, 
June 16, 
June 38. 
July 3, 
July U, 
Apr. 27. 
July 31, 
. July fi, 

, July 8. 
. June 16, 
. June 24, 
July 1, 
July 2, 

'July 6, 

Jnne 9, 
Jnly 8, 
Jnly 33, 
May 2, 
July 14. 
Aug. 21, 



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1805 




.1003 




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1905 




190.5 




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1905 




190,1 




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1905 




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1905 




190.1 




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1905 




1905 




1005 




1905 




1905 




lOOfi 




IBOT 




1»0,i 




1905 




1905 




19(ffi 




1905 




1905 




IH05 




1905 




10O4 




1905 




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1904 




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16 


1905 


20| 



MIDSHrPMKN OF THE FOURTH CLASS. 
3iid»liipmen of the Fourth ClnM—Si? ntemftfrs— Continned. 




GlumbeTs, Charles Fletcher SWnbenvi lie, Ohio. 

Chaptine. Vane* Dancan Lincoln. Nebr 

Church, Gaylord Meadville, Pa 

■•Qevenger, Grorer Cleveland Excelsdor. Mo 

1, Robert Grimea __.; Trempealeau. Wis. 

snfort. Roland MftTcy _.l Bradford, Pa 

1. Bertiard i Brooklyn^ N. T... 

liCDoper, Henry Geot^. jr -.. Oxford, N. C 

rOowt'll. Joseph Frnnkliii, jr 1 Eeamey, N.J — 

r Cnnia, Charlea Carey ,' Marietta. Ohio 

DtubiD, Iceland Allan j Lamar, Mo 

D»rii. Charles CoTOiie I Pleasant Unity.Pa 

Dgris. Eoy Henry Eugene, Greg 

Dijion. James, ]> I Port Jefferson, N.T 

DMring. Anderson Chenaalt Flemingsbarg, Ey I 

Deem, Joseph Mason -_ Memphis, Tenn..-. 

DcMott. Mai Bnrke I Niles, Mich \ 

Dcftei. John Harrison Semmes i Chevy Chase, Wd . 

Dick.Hasell Hutchison , Snmter, S. C 

n. VirgilJason i Loa Angeles, Cal.. 



tKmelmn, John Findley . 

DovnsT. Delavan Bloodgood 

Dresel Alger Herman 

Drew, Richard 

Dmm, Lucias Clande - -.. 

Dysart, Arthur Sam nel 

EixlMon. Howard Richardson. . 

Ede, Alfred Loois , 

E-iwirdt. Walter AUee 

EIJbi, Charles Milford 

Eiliogton, Eric Lamar 

EniuLBichard McCaU.jr 

Emfel, Solomon 

Fill!, WiUiflm Curtis 

Foi, Henry Hugo 

Froddl, Deupree Jnlien 

Gtfv, Charles Braiton 

Gilison, Hoibrook , 

OiUrtle, aaode Seiton _ 

Gofhuu, George Burton 

I Ootiliri, Alexander 

fiirfie, Walter Christian 

Omu. Fitshugh 

flrwne, Oscar Casey 

I SWler.BobertPollok.jr 

L finulier, Emeat Ludolph 



Pawnee, Okla. 

, New York, N. Y. . 

Washington, D.C- 

, Detroit, Mich 

, Water Valley, Miss 

. Ph<Bni*| Aria 

. Blackwell. Mo 

. Reno, Nev 

, Philadelphia, Pa.. 

. Cordele. Ga 

Smithfield, N. C-. 

, Lower Marion. Pa. 

. Lake Charles, La.. 

, Onawa, Iowa 

, St. Lonis. Mo 

. Texarkana, Ark... 

. Henderson, N. C. 

, Jersey City, N.J.. 

Cherokee, Iowa... 

. Marshall, Mich ... 

. Bayonne. N. J 

, Yankton. S. Dak.. 

. St. Joseph. Mo 

. Opelika, Ala 

. Calais, Ohio 

. Memphis, Tenn... 



Mar. e, 
Jnue 5, 
Jtnie 15, 
July 7, 
Jnly 22, 
Jnne E6, 
June 14, 
May 4, 
June 14, 
Jnly fl. 
July 5. 
July 7. 
May 8, 
May 30. 
July 1. 
July 17. 
July 5, 
July 8, 
Jnly 18, 
Jnne 15. 
July 5, 
Jnne 10. 
July 5, 
June 30, 
July 18, 
June 28, 
July 11. 
Jnly fi, 
Aug. 15, 
July 1, 
July 8, 
Aug 17, 
June 30, 
July 3, 
Apr. 29, 
May 1, 
Apr. 29, 
Aug. 32, 

July n, 
July 27, 

July 17, 
June 20. 
Aug. 16, 
July 3, 
Apr. 39, 



1005 
1WI5 
1905 
I1H)5 
1605 
1905 
I9II5 
1905 
1905 
1005 
190,1 
1905 
liK)5 
IBOS 
1905 
1905 
1U05 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 



1905 
1905 
1905 



UIDSHIPMEN OP THE FOCBTH CLilSS. 

Midshipmen of the Fourth Claat—^i? men^tera — Continaed. 



AllpDiDled FTDln — 



) 



Haae, Ewart Gladstone | Newport, R. I 

Haines, Preston Bennett - J Peekskill, N. Y _ . , 

Hainbach, PbiUip Frederic; Bnriington, Iowa , 

Hand, Judson Leland _ Pelham, Ga 

Harris, Joseph Sumpter I Monticello, Ark... 

Hatcher, Julian Somerville Front Royal. Va.. 

Hawthorn, WUliam Finn ' New York. N. Y_. 

Haston, Ralph Glover Wortbington, Ind. 

Hedrick, David Irvin Dunkirk, Ohio... 

Henderson, Monroe Irliy Fort Worth, Tex_. 

Henderson, Thomas Stalswortl) .,J Bryan, Tea 

Hersey, Mark Leslie, jr Corinth, Me 

Haywood, Claude Lyman Jackson, Uich 

Hodges, Lafayette Ligon Okolona.Miss 

Hoey, Graoville Benjamin Dover, Del 

Humbert, George Frederick , Williamstown.Pa, 

Hunt, Ridgely, jr At large 

Hustvedt, Olaf Mandt . Decorah, Iowa 

JemiBon, John Kell Lafayette, Ala 

Joera, Rudolph Joseph i St. Louis, Mo 

Johnson, Gerald Augustas ' St. Paul, Minn 

Johnson. Lee Payne I Concord. K. C 

Jones, Raymond Edwin I Wickliffe, Ohio... 

Jungling, Carl Pennywitt I Natohest, Miss 

Keep, Howard Sanford I Lowell, Mass 

Kelley, Frank Harrison, jr ._ Tacoraa, Wash 

Kelly, Monroe | Staunton, Va 



Kennedy, Sherman Stewart , . 

KildufE. William Donglaa 

Kim trough, Jerdone Pettus.. 

King, Samuel WUder 

Kirk, Alan Goodrich 

Kirkman, Van Leer, jr 

Kitagaki, Asahi 

Koehler, Hugo William 

Koenig, William Charles 

Lang, Frederick Lyford 

Lange, Edward Charles 

Laupliier, Alfred Young 

Lansdowne, Zacbary 

Leaphart, Harry Arthur 

LeClair. Hugh Pope 

Leighton, Prank Thomson ... 

Leland, William Fairel 

Lind. William Lndwig 

Lindley, Leo Lee - 



Honolulu. H. I.... 

Beverly, N. J 

Nashville, Tenn... 

Kioto, Japan 

St. Louis, Mo 

Rusk, Tex 

Brooklyn, N. Y... 

Medford, Wis 

Springfield, III..,. 
Greenville, Ohio . . 

Brookfield, Mo 

Superior, Wis 

Tunkhannock, Pa. 

Troy, Kane 

BraiBerd, Min^i 

Prosperity, Pa 



July 6. l»0.-> 
July IT.lOO.'i 
June Ifl. 1905 
Jnne 10,194)6 
JuneSO. liios! 17 
July 6.1B05 
July 5, liW.5 
Aug. 17,1005 
July 23,1905 
JuneBO, laO.'i 
May 1.1903 
July 7.1005 
July 1, 1005 
July 10, 1905 
July 8,1005 
July 5,1905 
Aug. 2S, 1905 
June 15, 1005 
Jaly 7,1905 
July 13, ino.'S 
Joly 7. 1905 
Sept. 5,1905 
July 6,1905 
Apr. 29. 190.'> 
July 10,1905 
June 16. 1005 
Apr, ae,lB05 
June 17.1905 
June IT. 1903 
July 5.1005 
June 27, 1005 
July 6,190.1 
July 

Jnne 10, 1905 
July 31.1005 
Apr. 29, IfiO.'i 
Mar. 20, 1905 
June 20, 1905 
June 20, laO.'i 
Sept. 2.1905 
June 15, 1005 
June 17, 1005 
June 14,1005 
Aug. 15, 1005 
June 30, 1905 
July 5,1005 



no.'. ' 



mOSUtPMKN OF THE FOURTH CLASS. 
MiiUhipmea of the Fourth Clag»~S47 nwmbfT-s— Conrinned. 



', Lemuel Earl 

'Uttle.WUliamTaUaferro.^ Green vUIe. Miss 

LogM, Edgar Arden _ New York, N. T 

■■Jiotlirop, Cumminga Lincoln, jr ... SprlDgGeld.Uass. 

lincas. Channtsy Armlyu New York, N. Y 

iHrCabe.Hngh Victor Loeslrarg, Va 

McCaotUiah, Benjamin Vsnghan . . Petersbnrg, Va 

KrCfiy, S)-daey Enssell Wheeling, Va 

HrCrtry, Isaac Newton Calvert, Tei 

HcDftniel, Bemice Trenton, Tex 

McD^rawtt, Jolin Clark Idlko Pliin*. Tmn 

McBdnff, Daniel Aloyaios New York. N. Y. 

KfOlosson, Aichitald BnllittsvUle, Ky 

Milniyre. Earl Amos Middletown.N. Y. 

1, Israel Ejirle ffllMia Bprinji. 

Ibr fat lane, Scott Bnrtlett Towanda, Pa 

JWdos, Charles Hamilton Oil Citj-, Pa. 

MjuUej, Charles Clark White Stromaborg.Nebr 

Ihlonej'. James Dodson KDoiville, Tenn . . 

u, Stewart Allan Norwalk, Ohio... 

VicDck, Fmnk Delmore I Pittafield, Me 

ftBolirar Vaagh&u Birmingham, Ala 

Hwde, ETcrard Eidder I Boyee, Va 

Mmici, .*n»on Angus Walhalla, S. C... 

Kilfcr.AaclphBradlee i Bnffalo. N. Y 

Muohpj, Ri)bert Weir ' New York, N. Y. 

Mnrriaim, Charles Henry ■ Hudson, N.Y 



B. Radford.. 

MiiriJiir, Joseph Angnstine 

Sdtdrke, Horace Williams 

Konkroft. I»ercy Wilfred 

(ftie, John Brognard, jr 

OUmdorf, Jesae Barrett 

Oriimi^, Earl Prime 

hnMct, Robert Rudolf 

Mce, Chrirtopher Dudley 

Siiflrton, Andrew Lewie, jr.. 

KilLComfort Benedict 

PorlH, William Nichols 

Pfi™, Charles Denniston 

(JMlc, Orant Wilson 

()aiDisu,JohjiWilliam-_ 

Hipiri, Edward Cook 

IWman, Ernest Albert 

BMTtt, George Newtim, jr. 
Btordao, Charles Edwin .. 



Jefferson City, Mo 

Boston, Mass 

Indianapolis, Ind.. 
Pawtnxet, E. I_._ 
Lost Cabin, Wyo.. 

Riretaide, Cal 

Battlecreek, Mich. 

Madison, Wis 

Warsaw, N. C... 
Klimkelh Ctlr, S. C-„- 
Pittalield, Maas... 

Toledo, Ohio 

Oakniont, Pa 

Silvercreek, N.Y.. 

Angnsta, Ga 

Davenport, Iowa.. 

Lynn, Masa 

Uarkland, Ind... 
Dallas, Tex- 



Jnly B,100a 

Jnly 13, lOOS : 
July 8,1HU5 

Apr. 39, 1005 ! 

July B. IBOB ; 

June 10, 1905 : 

July 6.1905 : 

July 7,l»0r> 1 

Jnly 8,1905 1 

Apr. 29,1905 1 

Jnly 5,190.^ 1 

Sept. a. 1905 1 

Jnne IG, 1905 1 

Jnly 8, 1905 ] 

July 22. 1905 1 

Jnly 6, 1905 1 

! June 10.1905 1 

'jnly 18,1805 1 

June 15, 1905 1 

July 5, 1905 1 

July 0.1905 1 

Aug. 10,1905 1 

Jane 16,1904 1 

Jnly 0, 1D05 ] 

June 10.1005 1 

I July 32, 1906 1 

May 1,1905 i 

' July 8. 1905 1 

July 22.1005 1 

.June 10,1905 i 

I June 17.1905 i 

■ June SO. 1905 1 

iMay 1.1905 1 

July 0.1905 1 

. June '2U. 1005 i 

July 0,1905 1 

I May 0, 1905 ] 

' May 1, 1905 1 

Aug. 15, 19U5 ! 

I July 27,1905 1 

July 7, 1905 ] 

I Aug. 14, 1905 1 

I July 8, 1905 1 

! June 14,1905 1 

j June 13.11105 1 

I Jnly 28,1905] 1 



S(J MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FOURTH CLASS. 


1 


Midxhipmeti of the Fourth dOKS—W jnembera—Contiimed. ^fl 








Ac*MdU 


s™.. 


AppgiDted t™- 


DiMot 


1 1 










■ Richardpon, William Nicholas, jr. . 


QuidNanc,Ala„_ 


June 16. I90n 












Rieger, Auguatine Watchman 


North Carolina . . 


May 5, 1305 






Mayfleld.Ky 




















Robertson, Marion Clinton 


Houston, Tejc 


July 8,1905 




Robertson. Robert Stanley, jr 


Manchester, Va... 


JnneJ5,IM.1 




Rntter, James Boyd 


Bloomabnrg.Pa... 


June 16, 190.') 




Saxer, John Jiicob 


Centraliu, m 


July 6,1905 












Schnack. Peter Christian 


Alesandria, La___ 


July 6,190,-) 




Settle, Henry Thomas 


BtrtHlneGrwii. Kj 


Jnnel8.1905 




Sexton, Plovd Jesse 


Marathon, N.Y... 


July 18.190,^ 






New York. N. Y 






ShreJner. Charles Wesley 


Lancaster.Pa 


Aug. an, 1905 




Slinglnff, Frank, jr 


Walbrook,Md____ 


June 16, 1905 




Sloan, John Emmitt 


Greenville, S. C... 


July 8, 1905 




Smith, Harold TraviM _ 


Tacoma, Wash— . 


July 1.1 new 




Smith, Jefferson Dai-is 


Solitnde. La 


July SO,10O,'> 




Smith. William Ward 


Springfield, N, 3 - 


July 7, 1905 












SpiUer, Oliver Loving 


Jacksboro, Tes ... 


Junell,190.'i 




Stanton, Espy - ---. 


Onrad fliipld«. Mich . 


Aug. 28,1905 




Stoddard, George Kent- 


Mt. Holly, N.J... 


Jnly 1.5,1905 




Stephenson, Hai-ry Walter _ 


Lincoln, Nebr 


Sept. 5.1905 




Strickland, Glenn Beauregard 


Dulnth,Ga 


July 10,1905 




Stnart, David Hnnt --.. 


Wincbester.Ky.,, 


July 6, 1905 




Taliaferro. Walter Robertson, .ir .- 


Charlotte, N. C... 


Aug. 36, 1905 




Thieaen, Endolph Johannas 


Pensaeola, Fla 


May 1,1905 




Thornton, Robert Edmondson 


Houston, Va 


July 5,1905 




Tilley. Benjamin Franklin, jr 


Mare Island, CaL_ 


Sept. 1,1905 




Todd. Benjamin Rvan Tillman 


Barksdale, S. C - . 


July W.nii^ 
























July 6,1905 
May 3.1B05 
July 8.1005 










Tye, Benjamin Wilson _ 


Atlanta, Ga 




Underwood, Herbert Whitwell _ . , . 


Kansas City. Mo.. 


July 7, 1B05 




Van De Boe, Hugh Robert 


Cleveland, Ohio.. - 


June 28, 1905 








July G. 1905 
May 37,1905 




Van Metre, Tliomaa Earle 






Vett«'. William Paul _ 


Salinas, Cal 
















Bloomington, HI.. 


May 1,1905 


17 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE POUKTH CLASS. 
Midshipmen of the Fourth Claw — ?ir memteri — Contiuaed. 



J I 



WeaTBT, Prank HfiB 

Wells, Clarke Henry 

Welsh, LnUier 

WeTerbacher, Balph Downs 

Wejler, Oeorge Lester 

White. Richard Bmest 

Whittsker, Hugh 

Wilkinson, Theodore Stark, jr. . 

Winters, Theodore Hogh 

Woodson. Engene Uorria 

Wright, Percy Talmage 

Yates, Jnmns 

Yost, Cbarlae Stanley 



C3iic(«o, ni 

Philadelphia, Pa . . 
Kansas City, Uo .. 

Boonville, Ind 

Emporia, Kans 

Bakersfield, Cal... 
Cincinnati, Ohio . . 
UyrtlegroTe, La . . 
Societyhill.S. C... 

G&llatin, Tenn 

Huntingdon, Pa . - 
Qraperine, Tex . . . 
Jtdmstoini.N.Y.. 



Jnne IS, 1905 
May 18,1905 
Joly 8,1805 
Jnly 8,1906 
Jnne 15, 1905 
Jane 15,1905 
Jnly 7,1905 
July 1,1905 
Jnly IS, 1905 
Jnly 19,1905 
Jnly 24, 1905 
July 19,1606 : 
July 39,1906 : 



SUMMARY OF MIDSEEIPMEN AT THE U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY AT 
THE BEGINNING OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR 1905-1906. 



First class 122 

Second class -. 266 

Third class-. 246 

Fourth class : 247 

Total 881 

(88) 



APPOISTKMTS km EESIGNATIOSS. 

LlCTOnEK 1, 1904. TIJ WrTOBKn 1«, IMC, 



Appointed Ensigns. 

■Midshipman Van Kenren, A-H Claagof 11 

Hidshipman Smyth. W. W tlasa of 1008 

Midstipman Fretz. P. H _ ___ Class of liHKt 

HidshiinnaD Rowan. S. C CIush of 100.t 

Midshipnuin Andpreon, W. S CtaFB of 11)03 

Miashiproan Byilen, R. W__ Class of ifliKt 

Midshipman Cooke, H, D., jr Class of 1»03 

MidjhipmanRohinson.S, M Class of 1903 

Midfliupman Sahm, L Class of liMM 

Midshijmian Holmes. E. G - Class of IttOS 

Uid^pmaD Friederick, E Claaa cif 1903 

Sidthipnian Giles, W.J Clasa of 190» 

MiilddptnanKoch, H.A.- Class of 1903 

Uiflahipman Leahy, L. R Clasa of 1903 

Mjdjiiipraan Davis, M. S Class of 1903 

MiJjhjpmaii Moses. C. C - . Class of 1903 

Miashipman Loomis, S. C Clii*i of HH)3 

MiMipBian Brisbin, A. T__ Class of 1003 

ffidahipman Lacy, L. H Class of 1908 

HiiUliipinaii Blakely. C. E Claagof 1908 

ffiMpmnn Milne. M Class of 1903 

MiJihiptnaii Van Anken, W. R Class of 1H0» 

MidsUpiaftn Stark. H. R Class of 190S 

Milshipman WaiBon, J. D - aassof 1B03 

llidnliipman Arwino, J. 9 - - Class of IU03 

MidahipmanKibbee. A.S'. Class of 1908 

Mittipraan Mewalf, M. K __ ClassoflftOS 

MiMupman AniTTiin, W Class of 1903 

ffidihipman Walker, H. Mi.-L_ Class of 1903 

MiJshilinian Sadler. F.H QaBS of 1903 

JMihipmaD Rodgers. J Class of 1908 

Hittipmao Belknap. C--- Class of 1903 

Midshipman Ghent, D. T.__ Class of I BOB 

iSuI^t to examination. 

JDiMiipman Brillhttrt, C. E Class of 1908 

Midihipman aeary. F. J._ --- CTasa of 1903 

Subject to reexamination for promotion. 

MiJiliipniaaRaoilenbnsh, W. R - Class of 1003 

Midshipman Poteet. F.N- ^ Class of IWi 

HidshipiDa-n Rhodes. B. Y --- - - Class of 1903 

Midbhipiiiiio Abbott. J. S-- Claas of 1908 

Miiiihipman Taylor, T. H -- Claws of 1903 

Midshipiuan Smith, C. E - Class o£ 1908 

jiMcNair,F. V _ Class of 1903 



^^Rb APPOIKTMEXTS AND RESIGNATION-S. 




1 


^H WiilBhipman RaMlp. S. W.. ir . rfans of tWW 


... Feb. 


19,1!M).? 














--- Feb. 


7,100.1 


^V ■Miilflhipnian Arrnwnnrl. TM. S.. i-TnA9 of 1304 


... Mar. 


33. lOO.') 


Hidshipinaa .Totmaon, B. T., Jr.. class of 1907 


... May 


4. mw 


Mi(iBhi])man WdlingtoD.G. L.. class ot 11KI7 


... May 


19. li>05 








^B ReMgiied. 






^H Mirlahinman fihanlpv H. H. clnsfl nf 1 MftH 


-- Oct. 


15.1004 


^f TWicishininan Bell. J. R.. daoBot 1!)0S 


, . . NOY- 


9, 1904 


MidshipmanCoale.G.G., class of 11)08 


__ Dec. 


3.1904 


Mi'isliipman Bradbury, J. L.. class of 1908 


.. Jan. 


B, 19(Ki 


MidEhipmaiiOlds.A. McL..clsssof 1907 --- 


.-. Jan. 


5, lflO.1 


Midehipman Stokes, H. L., claasof 1008 


... Jan. 


s, lem 


Midshipman Henry, H.. class of 1008., __ _ , 


... Jan. 


6.1905 


Midshipman Warren. R. D., class of 1907 


... Feb. 


2. IOO.J 




... Feb. 


0, 1905 


MidahipmanButt. A. J., class of 1907- 


... Feb. 


B.1005 


MidshipmanChambera.C.F., class of 1907 


.-. Feb. 


B, 1905 




... Feb. 


6,1005 


MidshipmauReidy.T. J..cl08aof 1907 


... Feb. 


0,1005 










.. Feb. 


6,1905 


Midshipman Bats:er.H.W.,dasa of 1908 - 


... Feb. 


6.1005 


Midshipman Becker, J. E., chiasof 1908 , 


... Feb, 


6. 1005 




... Feb. 


8.1005 


Midshipman Blasdel. G. D., dass ot 1908 


.. Feb. 


0, 1005 


Midshipman Brailfote.B.W., class of 190B 


... Feb. 


6. 1905 


Midshipman Cannon. F,. class of 1908 


... Feb. 


e. 1905 


MidshipmanCarey.J. J.,clasaof 1908 


... Feb. 


n, ioo.i 




... Feb. 


6, lUO-'i 


Midshipman Goulard. A., class ot 1908 


... Feb, 


fl, 1B05 


MidshipmanHaud, J. L.pClassof 1908 


... Feb. 


6. 1905 


Midshipman Honderson.T.S,, class of 1908_ 


... Feb. 


0,1005 


Midshipman Houchens, F.B., class of 1908 _ 


... Feb. 


fl. 1005 




... Feb. 


0,1905 


Midshipman Lang. F. L.. class of 1908 


... Feb. 


6, 1«M 


MidshipmanLange.E.C, class of 1908 __. 


... Feb. 


6. 1905 


Midshipman Lon<.-kB,R.L,, class of 1008 


... Feb. 


6, lOOi 










... Feb. 


0,1005 










Feb. 






... Feb. 


0. 1005 


Midshipman Rawla,N.B.. class of lOOfi , 


... Feb. 


6, 1906 




... Feb. 


6.1905 








Midshipman Sbea, F. L., class of 1908 


... Feb. 


6. 1905 




.-- Feb. 


6, 1005 



APPOlNTMKNTa AND SHSIGNATIONS. 



MidKbipmaD 

Midabiiiniftn 

Kliilshipnu 

Miilshipmi 

Mtilahipman 

Mkbhjpman 

Mic]shi]imaii 

Midshipman 

Uidi'liipuu 

MidBhipmf 

Midshipman 

Mid&tupni&n 

Midshipman 

Midebipmiin 

Hidsbipman 

MidshipnisD 

Midsbipman 

Midshipman 

MiilHhipnuui 

MidKhipman 

Midithipman 

Midshjpm: 

Mid^ipmi 

Midshipman 

MiiLth-ipnian 

Midshipman 

MiiUhipman 

MiiUhipman 

Midahipmun 

Midtihipman 



Slingluff, F., jr., class of 1908 Feb. i 

Smith, C. V.,t;]aasof IWS -. Feb. i 

SpiI]er,O.L., class of IWW _ Feb. i 

Waddington. H. A..ula8sof 1908 Feb. ( 

Warren, N. S.,cla«a of IfllW Feb. I 

White. R.E..cb«M of 1008 Feb. ( 

Gossett, B. B.,clasaof I80T Feb. ' 

Farwell.E.. class of 1805 Feb. 1 

Gates. L.E., class of 1807 Feb. I 

E. M., class of 1905 -,.. Feb. I 

Eisele.C.L.. class of lt>08 Feb. ^ 

Braden. F. W.,t:ln8aof 1B08 Mar. I 

Spronll. C. W., class of 1909 Mar, I 

Stillwel],E. a.,daa8of llWf Mar.a 

Dickinson. J. W.. class of 1908 Apr. IJ 

Wells. C H., class of 1908 -.. May i: 

McGiffin. N.. jr., class of 1908 May 2* 

Ripley, W. C, class of 1908 May 2- 

Levene, H. H., claBs of 1008 May i 

Hiidges. L, L.. class of 1908 May 2J 

Da\-is, C. H . class of 1908 May 2i 

Johnaoa. L. P.,classof 1908 _ May 21 

Tnhobtki, W. H.,clasaof 11*07___ May 21 

Bnmham, H., class of 1905 Jane 1 

Adair. C. W.. class of 1908 Jane : 

Sutton, J. N..claM of 1908 _.. June i 

Williams, P. M., jr., class of 1908 Jnne ) 

Gibson. H., class of 1908 .' Jnne I 

Thompson. R. S,. class of 1003 _ Aug. I( 

Berry, N.E.. class of 1907..-- -,- Sept.K 




,1005 

,1905 
,1005 



, 1905 
, 1005 
,1005 
,1005 

, 1005 
, 1005 
, 1005 
,1905 
.1905 
,1905 

1905 
,1905 
,1905 
, 1905 
, 1005 

1005 
, 1005 

1905 

1905 
,1905 



^ 




t tdSit, icade oat Bnnnally for each cJosa, abow t 
) niddiipmen in each branch of stndy. Thenambera given in the table, showing 4 
tb« relative weight of the different liranches, are need ae coefficienta: the S 
mul ID Mcli brancb (on a mtoIo of 4) being multiplied by the cuiober assigi 
tothat branch. The sum of the prodnctB.aft«radding the multiple for disi'ipline, 1 
i> ib« final mark of the midshipmen for the yei 

tnlleeaEe of midshipmen tliat take an advanced conrse in any branch, the 
Biial nark in that branch ia determined by adding to the final mark rec( 
tatlic ruqnired course one-fifth of the amount by which tlie final mark in the 
wiviKed Murse exceeds 3.50. 

[ntht! graduating merit roll, the final standing for the course is determined 
bj (be sum of the yearly marks. . 

"HiMipuen who attain $5 per cent of the multiple in any year shall be dis- 
tjigiiiibetl liy a atar afiixed to their namex od the merit rolls." (Regulations ' 
l'tulHlHtat«3 Naval Academy, par. 186.) 
The diplumas of midshipmen whose final marks on the gradnating merit roll 
tnnot IcK than 8.1 per cent of the maximum read. " passed with distinction;" 
Ili(Hevbc«H final marks are between 74 iier cent and 8S percent of the maximum 
red, "pwaed with credit:" and those whose final marks are between Q2^ per 
ccfll anil') per cent of tbemaximam read "passed." 



•Received 85 per cent of the multiple. 

fFoiuid deficient, allowed a reexaiuination,paased, and continaed with class, 
(f Fonnii deficient in conduct, passed, and continned with class. 
1i R«taliied in next lower class. 
lAtieDt from examination. 
rlUei^Mi. 
iSick. 

iJDBmiued, 
I* Dropped. 




MKEIT ROLL — GRADUATING CLASS. 
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■ StKHIT ROLL — ORADUATINO CLASS. 

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MERIT ROLL— CLASS APPOINTED IN 1900. 



I Merit roll for Uw. four years ending Fdiruary, IMi. of tiie Midnhipinen appoittX 
in I9M. now performing aerniee afloat — 6'i members. 



i t 



DftTid NcD. Le Breton.... 

Andrew f. Pit-kens -. 

Pml G. Cobiirn 

WaldoP. Uruler 

Carl A. RIchtor 

RoliertB. HUllard 

John E. Otterson 

Nalhaniel H. Wright 

Charles A. Harrington ... 

PrentisB P. Bassett 

Fredericli G. Tapper 

Herbert S. Howard 

Husband E. Kinimel 

Robert A. Dawea. 

Paul E. Dunipmttn 

Edwin O. Fitch, jr 

Rolund R, Riggs 

Arthur G. Caffee 

Clyde S. McDowell 

Donald B. Craig 

Paul P. Blackburn 

Milton W. Arrowood 

Lutnan E. Morgan 

Darrell P. WickerBham . . . 
William P. Sedgwick, jr . 

Cbariea C. Soule. jr 

Chandler K. Jonea 

BdHonC. Oak 

Arthur H.Rice 

Willian) H. Toaz 

Lawrence P. Tread well... 

Frank D. McMillan - 

Halsey Powell -- 

Cleon W. Mauldin 

Forde A. Todd 

FredE. MuMillen 

Chester L. Hand 

Edward F. Greene 

Aubrey K. Shoup 

Nathan W. Post 

Abrau Claude 

Stanton L. H. Hazard 

William F. Hulaey, jr 

John P. Hart 



137.42 
130.34 

184. Tfl 



210.45 

311.51 
312.54 
303.10 
193. 04 



61.08 123.31 

HI. 30 118.72 

62.11 123.01 

58.13 123.03 

61.02 131.08 
61.63 117.51 
55, l« 117.45 
61.65 130.80 
54.61 114.14 
60.42 118.49 
59.23 114.48 
50.38 113.70 

57. B3 ne.oi 

68.17 114.44 

60.60 114.60 

01.83 123.77 

60.49 117.95 

55.78 110.76 

57.51 116.64 

57.71 114.75 

69.00 115.07 
60.80 111.45 

68.03 115.61 

57.01 113.44 
67.92 113.52 
58.74 113.00 
65.69 113.18 
55.33 111.97 
54 51, 110.50 
56.78! 110,96 
.57.75! 109,81 
SS.ISJ 110.11 
56.78 107.34 
55.681 107.43 



, 198.3 
193.80 
196.54 
182. 06 
100.90 
191.62 
191.61 
186.95 
100.47 
102.43 
187. 55 
139.07 



172.73 
174.63 
170.03 
174.38 
163.16 
163.07 
163. 52 
168.80 
160.44 
156.43 
159. 75 
161.84 
161,61 
159.69 
153.24 
150,31 



152.88 
156.40 
103.97 
140.51 

151.41 
147. 54 



171.03 
177.81 
183.87 
183, 14 
178.47 
178.85 
183.00 
176.31 
177,65 
177.26 
175. 01 
175.64 
173. 39 
174.38 
174.71 
173.45 
173. 70 
171.07 
175.01 



165. 8: 
147.81 
162.481 
148.17 
148. 60 1 
150. 05 1 
140. 12 1 
148. 31 



flB2 

588.04 
583.18 
682.61 
564.41 
560.14 
565.28 
547.17 
642.88 
641.86 
637.00 
536.66 
583.87 
633.68 
080.31 
628.37 
526.00 
531.34 
518. 15 
516,56 
513. T7 
S13.05 
510.35 
506.97 
505.71 
605.04 
505.25 
505.24 
SOS. 30 
504.14 
503.41 
601.99 
600.03 
409.90 
408.13 
. 407.01 
41M.34 
493.17 



150.4 
140. 13 
144.35 
146.47 
146.86 
140.85 
146.82 



41>0. 97 
488. .'iS 
486.77 
480.48 

485.86 
484.01 
484.83 



MOIii:*— CLASS APPOINTBTJ IN 1900. 



Merit roll for the four years fnding February. I'JOi, of the Midshipmen appointat 
in 1900. runB pfrforming required service afloat— Gs memberi — Continued. 



H 
HI 



4 



Hany A. Stuart 

Christopher B. P. Rodgers .. 

BoecoeF. DiUen 

Benjamui K. Johnson , 

Clarence A-Richarda 

Allen B.Reed_ 

Herbert H. Hicbael 

James W. Harwani 

George M. Banm 

base C. Johnson, jt 

Bradford Barnette 

OmenzoC. F.Dodge _ 

DaTid W.Bagley___ 

Walter A. Smead 

Jolm J. HcCracken 

Leigh M. Stewart 

Edward B. Sherman _._ 

RichardP. McCnlloogh 



11S.43 
Ii:i. 11 
110.76 
112.40 

107. « 
IDS. 34 
08.13 



104.33 
100.36 
lOfl.aO 
105. ti2 
104.14 
102. 55 
10.1.05 
104. 88 
104. 9S 



168.10 
168.74 
173.11 
169.84 
171. 77 
161.78 
167.61 
164.66 
157.99 
181.02 
159.20 
135.87 
1B2.2B 



157. at 



138.31 
142.70 
140.60 



139.32 
130.78 
133.59 
133.97 



450.50 
449,48 
448.49 



MBBIT BOLL — CLASS APPOIKTBD IN 1901. 



Merit roll for the f OUT ymrg ending FebruaTy, 130S, of tlieMiiUhipmen appointed 
in 1901, now performing terviee afloat — II4 memberg. 



Hugo Frankenbei^r 

Boj Charles Smilh 

Ormond Lee Cos - . 

Rojat EasAR In^ntoll 

HeriKTt Fairfax Lear J _ 

Lee Scott Border 

Chester William Nimitx 

Reuben Burton Coffey 

Joseph Vance Ogan 

Ernest Arthnr Swanaon 

John Calvin Sweeney, jt 

Albert Thomas Church 

Winfield Liggett, jr 

Hiram Leech Irwin 

Logan Cresap _ 

James Orville Gawne 

Samnel ftordon 

Alvah Breaker Court 

John Norwood Ferguson 

Louis Calott Parley 

Willittm Stanley McClintic .. 

Byron McCanrtless 

Arthnr CurtJB Stott 

Roscoo Coniling UacFall . - . 

Robert Lee Irvine 

Turner Foster Caldwell 

Edgar Garfield Oberlin 

Brncfl Livingston Canago 

Walter Browne Woodson 

Edward Lloyd McSheehy 

William Eea Furlong 

Charles Harlan Shaw ., 

Edmund Spenc«Root 

Gerald Howze ___ 

Earl Roof Shipp 

Arthnr Byron Cook 

Simeon Burke Smith _ _ 

Herbert Eiuory Kaya 

Glenn Owen Carter 

Earleparwell 

Louis Poisson Davia 

Arthur Wesley Sears 

Harold Gardiner Bowen 

George Catgill Pegram 



U-- 


.80 


319.08 


Ui 


.IS 


2M.U3 


13' 


.24 


218.07 


la 


63 


213.75 


132 


m 


214.83 


13 


35 


213.87 


la 


.83 


20.^.24 


121 


(M) 


205.12 


la 


22 


207.73 


12} 


.70 


207.40 


12- 


.Tl 


204.43 


la 


.1)3 


197.46 


121 


OS 


198.82 


126.48 


1M.37 


la 


.02 


106.39 


la- 


.2fl 


104,25 


125 


.88 


186.25 



128.87 


180.73 


124.13 


192.65 


120.70 


193.03 


120.79 


190.81 


124. 5;i 


180.74 


121.07 


187.51 


122.00 


187.07 


114.81 


1B4.00 


118.31 


185.09 


121,06 


18.5.71 


120.43 


188.94 


120.06 


188.09 


no. no 


103.16 


116.63 


185.85 


117.81 


188.43 


112. BO 


185.81 


116.87 


185.45 


120.23 


183,97 


108.18 


184,55 


110.14 


180.75 


115.07 


185.51 


123.73 


170.97 


115.02 


184.45 


115.12 


180.80 



BOU.-— CLASS APPOmrBD IN 1901. 

!ri( nil far the four gvars ending Febniarg, 1905, of tlu^ Jlidshipmen appni 
in ISOl, noK performing Hi-Tvice afloal — lHviembem — CoDtiiiaed. 



S ! Lncian Minor 

t, Robert Samnel Fnrber 

,7 IsBK Williani Hayne 

18 George Vandenburgh Stewart -. 

19 William Oscar Spears 

ill Nelson Henry Gf«s 

SI John Appleton Mandeville 

E Jonathan Stuart Dowell, jr 

Ha I Isaac Foot* Dortch 

M Walter HamilUMiLassing 

S, I Stnntonl Caldwell Hooper 

H I Arthnr Kennedy Atkins. _. 

57 Coboni Stewart Marston 

5S EmestDnrr 

Se< HiTTj Earl Shoemaker 

90 1 John Morton Poole, 3d 

SI I John Henry Newton, jr 

t! Edwd Small Robinson 

13 ! Albert Norris 

H ' Andrew Francis Carter.. _ ., 

K Theodore Gordon Ellyeon 

M ' ¥illiani Edgar Eberlo 

S7 1 Anthony John James 

B Elliott Morgan Pegg 

tt William Linn Ctilbertson, jr 

W William Topper Lightle , 

n Omttou Asbury Beall. jr , 

Xi HnghBrown 

« Maltolm Campbell. 

H Curl Amos Lohr 

!S Writer Elaworth Reno 

W WaLehn Lee Friedel] 

rri Burton HepboTB Green 

rs I Hnbort Btimham 

n> ' John Jai'kson London 

*" I Boas Sherman Colp 

il Raymond Perry Hodgera NeilBon 

fi lAwrence North McNair 

S Oonlon Wayne Haines 

4 JohnWalter Wilcosjr 

15 Horace Christopher Laird 

* Duncan Ingraliam Selfridge 

'^ Rjlieeter Howard Lawton, jr... 
8 Joe Balph Morrison 



ni.89 
35,74 
56.78 
S7.53 



57.34 
59.2! 

57.20 
53. 10 
60.27 
55.88 
55.93 



60.07 
58.41 
55.20 
53.78 
64.78 
M.84 
.-53.76 
52.(10 
58, .W 
51.88 
53.47 
56.57 
51.93 
58.32 
57.18 
54.32 
53.51 
.W.SB 



117.62 

118.38 
111.23 
110.61 
114.98 
llfl.rN) 
11.1.94 
112.83 
114.13 
109,90 



108.62 
112.39 
110.61 
U3.ll 
111.18 
114. S3 
109.64 
108. 81 
108,60 
109.90 
108.87 
107.00 



175.40 
182.61 
180. K> 
180.47 
180.49 
183.40 
177. 14 
179.64 
170.42 
180. 13 



180.23 
179.43 
180.87 
179. 53 
179.38 
175.47 
179.54 
170.73 
174.90 
180.42 
178.87 
175.48 
178.97 



108. 23 


179.39 


110.44 


173.41 


112.89 


174.15 


1!3.84 


174.49 


111.69 


176.88 


105.63 


173.76 



173.12 
175.61 
161., 55 



145.26 

145.13 
139. 14 
148.12 
147.43 
142.89 
150.60 



145.54 
145. 21 
146.10 



141.53 
i:i5-03 
143.46 
140.30 
143.91 
141.54 
137.97 
139.70 
138.92 
188.52 
141,8(1 
141.67 
141.00 
145,82 
142. 14 



MERIT JtOLL — CLASS APPOINTED IN 1901. 



Merit roll for the four years ending February. 1905, of the Midshipmen appointed, 
in 1001, now performing service afloat— 114 »t*m(>er«— Continaed. 



1 


"-■ 


1 




1.' 


li 


1 


■p 


M 1 


76 


.» 


«« 


»0, 


600 












85.12 
H.U 
55.81 
61.73 
58.37 
Sfi.BO 
55.84 
53.97 
54.47 
57.30 
54.07 
51.60 
53.03 
52.93 
54.40 
53.51 
56.70 
51.12 
52.83 
58.65 
52.69 
51.11 
62. S9 
51.62 
GO. 89 
53.07 


107.84 
109.91 
110.24 
106.36 

108.77 

iio..';s 

111.14 
108.05 
104.15 
10B.69 
106.70 
108.85 
105.79 
1*1.98 
109.79 
105.04 

iii.oa 

106.40 
104.57 

104.10 
103.49 

99.53 
103.81 
105.37 

99.13 
103.87 
























168.10 
167.93 
169.80 
167.78 
173.00 
170.04 
105.01 
167.06 
167.80 
168.88 
171.04 
167.29 
169. 75 
165.14 
164.04 
164.87 
167.18 
165.09 
170.72 
161.81 
167.18 
166.11 
161.50 




93 
94 


Vaughn KimbaU Coman 

Half ord Robert Greenlee 


140.53! 470. so- 
Ii5.29 470.4* 


























100 
101 


Edwards anerrantHargia 

Lloyd Woolsey Townaend ., 


137.94 466.35 
130.98 1 464.67 


103 


Frank Nathaniel Eklnnd - - 


132.40 
134.20 
128.84 
137. 18 
125.70 
131.93 
134.90 
135.00 
137.31 
128.39 
135. S9 
132.19 


403. SS 








108 


Benjamin Harrison Steele 


458.74 




John Morris RmeaUie 


456. 8& 


109 
110 


Charles Morrison Auatin _ _ _ 

Ralph Beaver Strasshurger 


456.67 
456. 3» 



























MERIT ROLL — FIRST CLASS. 




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MEBIT HOLL — FIKST CLASS. 


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8SSSSgt!5SiK?S? 


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JSSStsgSg 


SKSSSS5;:SSSSSK 


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5S3S3SSS2 


2gSSSSSK2gS83S 


8S8SSSE9 










igSSgSSSSggSggSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSgS 










5ISS5SS3SS 


SSSS^SKSSSiSSSS 


gggSi^ggS 






55S? = §SgS 


iBssssssssssssa 


SSS38SSS 


ii'.isssss 


ss3s^ss3asss8ss;sasas?!Si3 


SSJSSSiSg 


2gSSSS8S2SSSSSS8IS*gSgSSS 


sjssss^ds 


SSs;:SSg!Si;;s£;SSS!s; 


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BIERIT ROLL — FIKST CLASS. 



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SSSSSSgSSSgSSs 



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MBBIT BOIX — THIRD CLASS. 



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MEBIT BOLL — THIRD CLASS. 






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sssisssiissssssaassgiiisaa 


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MF.KIT ROLL — THIKI' CLASS. 






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2 = 2£ = =:2£E 


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SJZSSZSSiS 


22Sg-SgSSSSggSStSSiS32 


B''°-°""°"° 




■;32xs^s s 


SggSgSSS23^SSSSSS8SSSS 






KcSSJiS^S 


rtSSSSgSSSS82SSgf!3SSS?S 






K|S£!SSS£SS 


SSSIEESSEF-gSSSS^SSSSgS 


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S;?3S2SS^ 


3SSg2PS8SSS8SJg83SSS2S 



ce-tfitKiS'S 2! 3 * *; 



3s^sss%sjs;!Rgss^-s 



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3S2SSS2i!SgSS3SSSSSgH2SSiSSgSSSS 






SS3BSSSS8S5 



a^S8SSSSSffSSggSfg8SS2SSgSS3SSggg 



5 a S 2 S 2 S 2 2 



SSS3SSSSSS*2SSSSg!iSSS8S2SS8ESJgS 
S Si S S S g S S S 8 s s si S! S S S S S S" §! si S Si S s s a s s s 



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MERIT ROLL — THIBD CLASS. 

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BSoEHoSi-iftS 



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MKRIT ROLL — THIRD CLASS. 



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S3SSS3SS3SS! 


s s s g g s s s g =8 ; g s 


S S. J S 5 S S 


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oj X e» » I 2 =1 


Si=sss = =:ssssg33sr;ss?s!s»s 


S3igSS§ 






o « « o « o » 




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liSiE?S3I?gSSSgSSi53SSSSi 


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5 S S 3 g S !! = g S S 8 S 


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S;2S522S282 


22S2SS22222i2 


SgEa222 


S33S2SS3gS3 


SSSSSiSSSSSSS 


2 3 g £ 2 S S 


S'I3SSS'8^SSS' 


stssiiaiisi^ss:^;: 


s:i^;;s;;s 


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MERIT ROLL— THIRD CLASS. 



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SS3SS3S?3SSSSSSSS?;28fS3238SS 



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3*SSSSSS»SS3Sgg23iSSS8S; 



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gssssssssssggs 


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SSSl 














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sasisgss 


3SSSS8E2SSS6S!S 


Sg 


sss 


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^^.r=.^^.^»?ggSSSS8E?5S»S^J 


Sg?S 


SIS 












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«S^ = S8SiSi;iSS82SJg5igSS 


sss s 


g?? 


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REGDLATIONS GOVERNING THE ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES INTO J 
THE NAVAL ACADKMY AS SUDSHIPMEK. 



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I. The stndents of the Naval Academy are called Midshipmen (Act approveff 1 
Jnly 1,1902). 

n. '■ There shall be allowed at the Naval Academy two midshipmen for each I 
Senator, Representative, and Delegate in Contp'ess, two for the District of Co- J 
Iniiibia. and five eaoli year at large: ProvMfd, That tlieadditionalCongretisionBl .] 
apimintaienta antbonsed by this Act sliall be made at snch times aa may bft I 
deti^rmined by the Secretary of the Navy, who shall eqnitably distribute tbfl ■! 
ini^rease among the several States, Districts, and Territories, so that ultimately, T 
if practieable. each Senator, Representative, and Dele^te may recommend for 1 
appointment daring each Congress one midshipman." 

" The Secretary of the Navy ahaU as soon as practicable after the Bfth day 
of March in each year notify in writing each Senator. Sepresentative, and Dele- 
gate in Congress of any vacancy which may be regarded as existing in tlie State, 
District, or Territory which he represents, and the nomination of a candidate 
to fill Each vacancy shall be made upon the recommendation of the Senator, 
Representative, or Delegate, Such recommendation shall be made by the first 
day of Jane of that year, and if not so made the Secretary of the Navy shall 611 
the vacancy by the appointment of an actual resident of the State. District, or 
Territory in which the vacancy exists, who shall have been for at least two 
years immediately preceding his appointment on actttal bona fide resident of 
the State. District, or Territory in which the vacancy ejists and shall have the 
qnalificBtions otherwise prescribed by lawt And jiroinrfcd further. That the 
Buperiniendent of the Naval Ac-ademy shall make such rules, to be approved 
by the Srcretary of the Navy, as will effeetnally prevent the practice of hazing; 
and aoy cadet found guilty of participating in or encouraging or countenancing 
Boch practice shall be sammarily expelled from the Academy, and shall not 
thereafter be reappointed to the Corps of Cadets or be eligible for appointment 
as a commissioned officer in the Army or Navy or Marine C-orps until two yeara 
niWT the graduation of the class of which he waa a member. ' ' 

*' Tfaal the provisions of this Act for the increase of appointments of midship- 
men to the Naval Academy shall continue in force aniil the thirtieth day of 
Jane, nineteen hundred and thirteen ; and thereafter one midshipman, as now 
provided by law. shall be appointed for each Senator, Representative, and 
Delegate in CongreBs. 

" That hereafter there shall be at the Naval Academy one raidshipraan from 
Porto Rico, who shatl be a native of said island, and whose appointment shall 
made by the President on the recommendation of the governor otPorto 
Act approi'ot Man^li .1, ;90.t.) 

m. AU caadidaies most, at the time of their examination for admission to 
Naval Academy, be between the ages of sixteen and twenty years. A can- 
didate is eligible for appointment on the day be becomes sixteen and is ineligible 
on the day he becomes twenty years of age. 

IV. Candidates nominated for ConKressional Districts, Territories, and the 
ict of Colombia, most be actual residents of the districts or Territories, 
ively, from which they are nominated. 



KGCUTIOSS GOTEENINO IHE ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES Ififfl 
TBE NAVAl, ACAIiEMi' AS illDSHirilEM. 



1. The (tndents of the Naval Academy are called Midshipmen (Act approved 

Jnly 1,1902). 

C "Tliere shall be allon'ed at the Naval Academy two midshipmen for each 
StniUn. Eepresentative. and Delegate in Congress, two for the District of Co- 
Inmlnu. snd five each year at la:^: Provided, That the addilional Congressional 
ifpoinimeutA authorized by this Act shall be made at snch times as may be 
deirroineii by the Secretary o[ the Navy, who shall equitably distribute the 
increiite among the several States. Districts, and Territories, so that ultimately, 
ilpnilicable. ea<:h Senator, RepresentAtive. and Delegate may recommend for 
^ppniatnipnt dnring each Congress one midshipman. " 

"The Secretary of the Navy shall as soon as practicable after the fifth day 
oFUtfch in each year notify in writing each Senator. Representative, and Dele' 
ptU in CnngreBs of any vacancy which may be regarded as existing in the State, 
Dislrifl. or Territory which he represents, and the nomination of a candidate 
tn flu snch vacancy nbM be made apon the recommendation of the Senator, 
BipfMimtative, or Delegate. Snch recommendation shall be made by the first 
dafoFJiine erf that jvar, and if not so made the Secretary of the Navy shall fill 
tht cscuic}' by the appointment of an actual resident of the State. District, or 
Tmitorj in which the vacancy eiistH. who shall have been for at least two 
fan immadiately preceding his appointment on actual bona fide resident of 
IhsSfste. District, or Territory in which the vacancy exists and shall have the 
qntliflcations otherwise prescribed by law: --Itid provided further. That the 
Sipninlendent of the Naval Academy shall make such mlea. to be approved 
l^llifSecretaryoftheNavy. as will effectually prevent the practice of hazing; 
udtDf cadet found guilty of participating in or encouraging or conntenanoing 
neb practice shall be summarily expelled from the Academy, and shall not 
Ibtrwfter be reappointed to the Corps of Cadets or be eligible for apiwintment 
MScnmmissioned officer in the Army or Navy or Marine Corps until two years 
iftfT the graduation of the class of which he was a member." 

"That the provisions of this Act for the increase of appointments of midship- 
mento tbs Naval Academy shall continue in force until the thirtieth day of 
Jnif, nineteen hiuidred and thirteen ; and thereafter one niidflhipman, as now 
pTOtidrf by law, shall be appointed for each Senator, Eepresentative, and 
Delt^to in Congress. 

"Tliat hereafter there shall beat the Naval Academy one raidahipmnn from 
RmoRlcn. who shall be a native of said island, and whose appointment shall 
t« nwdii by the President on the recommendation of the governor of. Porto 
Biro-'-f^c/ apirraved Mareh .7, 1903.) 

in. .All candidat«a most, at the time of their examination for admission to 
"* N»riil Academy, be between the ages of sixteen and twenty years. A can- 
^bteii! eligible for appointment on the day he becomes sixteen and is ineligible 
"^ ttwday he becomes twenty years of age. 

IV. Cuididates nominated for Congressional Districts, Territories, and the 
"■st^ei of ColumhiA. mast be actual residents of the districts or Territories. 
'^^tively, from which they are nominated. 



134 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES, 

V. The foiirse for midahipmen is ais jeorB— four years at the Academy, when 
the suoceedinR appoinlment is made, and two years at sea, at the expiration of 
which time the mamiiiatioii for final graduation takes plaoe. 

Midshipmeii who pasa the examination for final gradnation are appointed to 
SIl vacaniTiea in the lower grades of the Line of the Nai-y and of the Marine 
Corps, in the order of mfirit as determined by the Academic Board of the Naval 
Academy. 

VI. " Candidates allowed for CongresHional Districts, for Terrilories. and for 
the District of Colombia, mnst be actual residents of the districts or Territories, 
respectively, from which they are nominated. Anil all randidalea must, at tfit 
time of thmr examination for admission, lie between the ages of*si^leen and 
twenty years, and physically soand, ukII fanned, and ofrobitsi ronnlitutioii."— 
Rev. Slat. % IS17.) 

yH. Bxaminations for the admission of candidates will be held at varions 
points thronghont the United States, nnder the supervieion of the Civil Service 
nmission, on the third Tuesday in April. Candidates are examined mentally 
only at this examination. All those qualifying mentally, who are entitled to 
appointment in order of nomination, will lie notified by the Superintendent of 
the Naval Academy to report at tlie Academy for physical examination about 
June 10, and, if physically qualified, will be appointed. 

The second and last examination will be held at Annapolis, Md. . only, on tlie 
third Tuesday in Jane, under the supervision of the Superintendent of the 
Naval Academy, and all those qualifying mentally, who are entitled to appoint- 
ment in order of nomination, will be directed to report for physical examination 
us soon as practicable at the Naval Academy. 

Members and Delegates in Congress having the appointment of a inidshipmiui 
to make are authorized to nominate one principal and five alternates. The 
alternates are to be numbered from one to five and appointment made in the 
same order, i. e., if the principal passes, he is to be appointed, but if the princi- 
pal should fail, and the first alternate qualify, the first alternate is to be 
appointed. In case the principal and the first alternate shoald fail, and the 
second alternate qualify, the second alternate is to be appointed, and so on 
down the list, in regular numerical order, until the fifth alternate is reached 
and included. 

The succesafnl candidates will be ordered to report to the Superintendent of 
the Academy for physical examination. 

Candidates will be required to enter the Academy immediately »ft*'r ixuaii 
the prescribed examination. 

No leave of absence untl be granted to midshipmim uf the fiyurth clans. 



KX&UIHATIOH. 



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Vin. "All eitndidates for admisgion to the Academy shall be eivamined 
according to sach regulations ami at siich iitatrd tinu'» as the Secretary of the 
Navy may prescribe. Candidatet rejected at such exaininiiHon ithall not luire 
the privilege of another examination for adniisWox to the »am« class unlcs* 
reeommended by the Board of Examiners." —{Rev. Stat., % 1515.) 

IX. "When any candidate who has been nominated upon the recommenda- 
:i of a Member or Delegate of the House of Representatives is found, npon 
nination, to be physically or mentally disqualified foi' admission, the Mem- 
ber or Delegate shall be notified to recommend another candidate, who shall be 
examined according to the provisions of the preceding section." — (Bev. Stt^ 
%'516.) 




f CANDIDATKS. 

LDilidntis will bo esniained plij-sically at the Naval Academy. Xiy a board 
ml (if three medical officers of the Navy. Any one of tlie followiug con- 
I will be sufficient to cause tbe rejection of a candidate, riz: 

ounstitution. inherilod or afqnired ; 
Inrded dcTeiopiaent ^ 

aired funeral health ; 
Icidnl cachexia, diathesis, or predisposition ; 
lly diswise. deformity, or resnit of injury that wonkl imiiuir efficiency; 

ir disordered intellect; 

DQS or commnDicable diiteaee: 
lotiatural cnrvatnre of the spine, torticollis, or other deformity ; 
I InefBciency of either of the extremities or large articulations from any cause ; 
I Epiii>i*f or other convulsions within five years ; 

Iropmnsl vision, disease of the organs of vision, imperfect color sense ; visual 

sBiunst be normal in both eyps; 
Impaired hearing or disease of the ear; 

CbMuir utieal cauurU, ozieua, iMlypi. or great enlargement of tlie tonsils ; 
lupmiiiaent of speech to snch an eitent na to impair efficiency in the iH->rfovui- 
.WMOtilnt)'; 

Distase of heart or Inngs or decided indications of liability to cardiac or 
puluiNUi')' affections ; 
Herat*, comiilete or incomplete, and undescended testis ; 
VMKMCcle, sarcocole. hydrocele, strictnre. fistula, hemorrhoids, ur varicose 
i«DB.inoiver limbs: 
Diiuse of the genito-nrinary organs ; 
ClinTtiii^ alters, ingrowing nails, large bnniuns, or other deformity of the feet; 
^B I/w oF many teeth, or teeth generally nnsoand. 

^B Attention will also 1>e paid to the statnre of the candidate, and no one miini- 

^B/w'/jT under size for bis age will be received ut the Academy, Tlie height of 

^B<tUKllilnt«S for admission shall not be less than 5 feet 2 inches between thu ages 

^H' t( IHinil 18 years, and not less than .'i feet 4 inches between the ages of \>* anil 

^^FlOyni!!; uid the minimum weight at 10 years of age shall be liH) pounds, with 

^WuiDcrease of not less than 'l pounds for each additional year, or fraction of a 

^Kjwt over one-half. Any marked deviation in the relative height and weight to 

^H Be agFnl a candidate will add materially to the consideration for rejection. 

^H IL Candidates will be examined mentally in writing, panctnation. spelling, 

^^ ttitlimptic, geography, English grammar. United States history, world's his- 

t«n', a]getira through quadratic equations, and plane geometry (Qve boolts of 

ChiioTfaet's Geometry, or an equivalent). Deficiency in any one of these sub- 

IkU may be sufficient to insure the rejection of the candidate. 

GENERAL CHARACTER OF THE EXAMINATION. 

Ri/Bisn A5(D WRrmo. — Candidates must be able to read underatandingly. 

•"J vitb proper accent and emphasis, and to write legibly, neatly, and rapidly. 

^Luj'a.~They must be able to write, from dictation, parngraphM from 

ifandard pieces of English literature, both prose and jioetry, sufficient in num- 

"f to t«9t fnlly their qnalifications in this branch. The spelling throughout 

"^ PXaiiiination will be considered in marking the papers. The Academic 

™*M are instructed not to reject a candidate whose only deficiency i^ . 

filing when the mark therefor is above a certain figure, to be fixed by the 

^*^ sabject to the revision of the department. 

'*'-■ !iLTC ATiox ASO Capitals. —They must be familiar with the rules for pui 

^'''''i and for the use of capitals. In order to test their knowledge, sentences I 

"^^ be i^ven for correction. 



130 ADMISSION Of CANDIDATES. 

Gkam«ar.— Caudidatea moat exhibit thorongh fatniliarity with English 
graiumnr : they must he able to analyze and parse any Benteoce given, ehoning 
clearly the relations between the different parts of speech, and giving the mlea 
governing those relations. The subject and predicate in the sentence tnnst be 
given, with modifiers (if any), and also the part of speech, and kind, case, voice. 
mood, tense, nnmber, person, degree of comparison, etc., as the case may be, of 
each word, and its relation to other words in the sentence. 

They must be able to deHne tbe terms need in grammar, a nnmber of which 
^1 lie given as a test of their knowledge. 

A composition on one of three sabjects will be required. 

Since the school grammars used in different parts of the countrj' vary among 
themselves in their treatment of c«rtain words, an answer approved by any 
grammar of good repute will be accepted. 

Oeiki HA I'HY,— Candidates will be rwinired to pass a satisfactory examination 
in descriptive geography, particularly of oar own conntry. Questions will he 
given under the following heads: The definitions of latitude and longitude; 
the zones: the grand divisioDS of land and water; the character of coastlines; 
the climat« of different parta of the United States; trade winds; the direction 
and position of iraixiTtaJit mountain chains and the locality of tbe higher 
peaks ; ttie position and conrse of the principal rivers, their tributariefi. and the 
bodies of water into which they flow; the position of important seas. bays. 
gulfs, and arms of the sea ; the position of independent States, their boundaries 
and capital cities; the jioeition and direction of great iieninsulas and the aitna- 
tion of important and prominent capes, strait*, sounds, channels, and the mo«t 
important canals, great lakes, and inland seas; position and political counev- 
tion of important islands and colonial possessions : location of cities of historical, 
political, or commercial importance, attention being especially called to the 
rivers and bodies of water on which cities are situated ; the course of a vessel in 
making a voyage between well-known porta. 

The candidate's knowledge of the get^raphy of the United States can not lie 
too full or specific on all the points referred to above. Accurate knowledge will 
also be required of the position of the country with reference to other States, 
and with reference to latitude and longitude, of the botmdaries and relative 
position of tbe States and Territories, of tbe name and position of their capitals, 
and of other imiiortant cities and towns. 

UNrrED States History. — The examination in this liranch will inclnde ques- 
tions concerning the early settlements in this cjanntry; the forms of government 
in the colonies; the causes, leading events, and results of wars: and prominent 
events in the history of our Government since its foundation. 

World's History. ^Candidates must be familiar with the general history ot 
tbe world, including the rise and tbe fall of empires and ot dynasties : changes 
in territory OB the result of wars or from other causes; the most important 
treaties of peace ; the relations between church and state in different countries; 
in brief, sucb information as may be found in the ordinary general histories. 

Arithmetic— The candidate will he required — 

To express in figures any whole, decimal, or mixed number ; to write in words 
any given number ; to perform with facility and accuracy the various operations 
of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, whether 
abstract or compound, and to use with facility the tables of money, weighty 
and measures in common use, including English money. 

To reduce compound numbers from one denomination to another, and to 
express them as decimals or fractions of a higher or lower denomination; to 
state the number of cubic Indies in a gallon and the relation l>etween tbe troy 
and avoirdupois pounds, and to reduce differences of time to differences of longi- 
tude and L'ice versa. 



ADMISSION' OP CANDIIlATES. 137| 

' To define priiu« and ciintiosit* nnmbers; to give the tests of divisibility by 3, 
5. 1. 9, U , 25. and 125 : to resolve nmnlwrs into their prime factors, and to find 
tli» least tMtamon inaltiple and the greatest comnion divisor of large as well 
w of small Dambers. 
To be familiar with all the proceaeeB of common and decimal fractions; to 
m clearly the reasons for snch processea, and to be able to use the contracted 
ttthods uf mnlti plication and division given in the ordinary text-books on 



To define ratio and proportion, and to solve problems in simple and compound 
poportion. 

To solve problems involving the measurement of rectangular sm-faces and of 
ftiUib; to find the square roots and the cube roots of numbers, and to solve sim- j 
^ problems under percentage, interest, and discount. I 

TUB caDdidatea are required to possess such a thorough understanding of all | 
Ibc fnndamental operationa of aritlimetic as will enable them to -ipply the | 

lUB prtDcipIes to the solution of any complex: problem that can be solved by 
■ tt* melliods of arithmetic : in Other words, they must piwaess such a complete 
knnnledge of arithmetic as will enable them to proceed at once to the higher 
titBs^liM of mathematics without further study of arithmetic. 

AuiEBBA.— The examination in algebra will include questions and problems 
opciD Uie tnndwiiental rulsB. factoring, greatest common divisor, least common 
umltiplf, algebraic fractions, equations of the first degree with one or more 
anknownqaaii titles, suupliGcation of expressions involving surds, and the solu- 
tion ud theory of quadratic equations. 

GEOirerttl.— In geometry candidates will be required to give accurate defini- 
tinns d terms used in plane geometry, to demonstrate any proposition of plane 
gnnMtrjM given in the ordinary test-books, and to solve simple geometrical 
pTDblms. either by a construction or by an application of algebra. 

QnsnONS AT EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION. APRIL, 1M5. 



KHmSATIOS FOR ADMISSION TO THE fNITBD S: 



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-. an A new fih<wi. no ADI *l>tirr*iklr. ni»pl Ed ponlog. 

his ■ta«t, 4 li.iun, li la nsgaiUil Uui ibit time be s^nnioiiiiil ■pprailmiti'l)' u Inl- 
IS laluuIfB; OivDIOar. I hoar 4A idJdiiIbh^ GeD^npbJr, 1 hour; U. S. Ufalvry, I LL>ur. 
tpellJD^, Kbd HH ot Innj^i^ thmnKb"iit Ihe wbdJH euiDluillui^ wILJ b-- {>pjiBiJvrLil ^n 

FmsT Subject— PcsercATiOB and Capitais. 

Pnuf'tnale and capitalize the following: 

Tsftf niim thongh they may pretend otherwise contemn studies simple men 
tbna^)) they really care nothing about the matter yet pretend to admire them 
*i»inpnnge them 

apply yourself to study for it will redound to your honor 
■PPlr?oarself to study it will redound to your honor 
'itenitnre in letters or manners art criticism biography etc 

» treatise on meteorology with a collection of meteorological tables by olios 
I'MaiaUd professor of natnral philosophy and astronomy in yale college and 
uUiarofaconrw of mathematics new york harper & brothers 1807 ^ 



■jSo ADMISSION OF CANDIDATEB. ^^^^^^^H 

I Second Subject— Graumar. ^^^^^^^I 

I 1. Write sentences contaiiiing the following: (I) An adjective phrase; (3) a 
I dependent adjective clause; (3} naabstantive clause; (4) two coordmate clauses: 
I (5) a nominative absolute; (<1) a noun in apposition; {7) au ordinal nmnerol; 
I (8) ail indirect qnotation. 

I 2. (a) Write tbe plural, or plurals, of tte following worda, giving tJio uiean- 
1 ings of tlie plurals in case there are two; bnSolo, Mussulman, aide-<:1e-camp, 
I Dr. Young, die, the letter " d," staff, this, {b) Compare tbe following words: 
wooden, lovely, bad, ill. famous, (c) Write tbe diiiiinntivea of duck, lamb, 
river, goose, hill, (d) Write tbe noun and the ailjective from the adverba 
' "foully" and "truly." (e) Write tbe femininea of the following words: Caar, 
1 monk, gander, drake, Saltan. 

I 3. (a) Give tbe principal parts of the following verbs: bid (to greet), bang 

<to kill by hanging), lay (to cause to lie), rise {an intransitive verb), drink, 

(b) Do you say "Tbe sea's roar" and "The bat of the man?" Discuss. 

' <c) Write sentences containing tbe following: (1} An im))eTSonaI verb: {2) a 

I collective noun; (3) an adjective nsed as a nonn; (4) a proper adjective; (5) 

the word " bat " nsed as a prei)Osition. 
I 4. Parse the words underlined in the following tinotatiou: '"If it is true, as 
this new teacher says, that the artist is tbe product of his time, it is evident 
that no modem artist can become like the product of another time." 

5. Write a composition of at least one page on one of the following snbjecta: 
(1) My idea of a sailor's life — his work, his plnasares, and bis habits. <3) J^M 
sketch of my life up to the present time. ^H 

Third Subject— Gbooraphy. ^I 

1. (a) Define latitude and longitude, (b) Describe briefly the course of the 
Gulf Stream, (t-) What are the Trade Winds'/ (d) How does a map of the 
world on Mercator'a Projection differ from a "globe" of the world? 

2. (o ) Name in order, from north to south, the States on each bank of tbe 
Mississippi River, (b) Locate accurately the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Lar- 
amie Mountains. Mount Lyell, Providence, Atlanta, El Paso, Dolnlh, and 
Seattle. 

3. (a) Name in order the countries bordering on the Pacific Ocean from 
Mexico to Cape Hum. (b) Locate accurately : Glasgow, Marseilles, Valencia, 
Hamburg, Munich, Trieste, Milan, the Rhone River. 

4. MakH a voyage from St. Petersburg via the Mediterranean to Nagasaki, 
Japan, telling what waters are passed through, and locating accurately eight 
important ports en route east of Gibraltar. 

FoiRTH Subject- United States Hetort. 

I. Explain the significance of the following, telling tor what each is noted: 
Cowpena, J. W. Dorr, The Federalist, Pontiac, DeKalb, Lnndy's Iiane, Eli 
Whitney, Marion's Men, Carpet-baggers, Ponce de Leon. 

5. (ii) What suctions of the United States were settled originally by the 
English, French, Dutch, and Spanish, respectively? {b) Write about tbt^ work 
of the Navy in tbe Revolutionary War. (c) What were the "Blue Laws?" 
(rf) What was the " Underground Railway?" 

3. (o) Give thecanses of tbe civil war. (b) Give the causes of the Mexican 
war. (c) What was the "Period of Reconstruction?" (d) State the point 
involved in the Lin coin- Douglas debate. 

4. (a) Who were the Federalists, and what were their political principles? 
fA) Daring what military engagement was the song "The Star Sptutgled 



ADMISSION OF CANDIDA! 



md by whmu? (!■) Write briefly about tbe Saleni witcb- 
enft. ((f) Wlutt great work was accomplisbed iii Pkiladetphia id \7HTt 
(r) Wbat is the difFerence btitween a confederation and a onion? 



Fifth Subject— World's 

mlbliiliMI. Btenk ihHM olll be hirnb 



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(Kirtlion /. (n) Why was Phoenicia c.naidereil one of the most important 
KinntriM'if itie ancient world? What influence did sbo exert npon civilization? 
(fcl Write aboat the conquests of Cyrus and of Alexander the Great, 

^aHoH 2. (a ) Sketch briefly the events of tbe Persian invasion of Greece. 
pvinf aamesof le&ders, battles (both on land and on seaj. dates, and result*. 
(6) Tellot Ihe fonnding of Rome. WTiat were tbe reasons for the overthrow 
of tbuRoniiin Republic? 

Illation .(, Who were the following meu and what did they do : The Gracchi, 
Huunhal, Julius Cai^sBr. Constantine. Charlemagne, Attila. William the Norman, 
Pekr the Grwat, Fredericlt the Great, and Oaribalili? 

tjurtllou j. Give canses, dates, and reantts of tlie following ; Samniti- Wars, 
Pimic Wars, Tbe Cmsadea, Norman Conquest of England, Diet of Worms, 
Action u[ tbe Spanish Armada, Thirty Years' War, and Waterloo. 



Sixth Subject— Spelling. 

ctplUitlluion. BU[ pBDCluIlDn vill bo •ilmtij doq 




T-*9, 31.56 by SI .KB, a'i.TS by 23.84, and 8 
by 29.T5, and add the four results together, 
(ft) Find the sqtmre root of 82ri4.0713 to four decimal plac 
'Xyidt 8254.0713 by 5T.m44& to five decimal places. 



140 ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES. 

Questions, (a) Simplify 3i + 4i - ! of .■VJ, and ai-,', of 41+? of 41, and 
divide the first result by the second. 
(b) Simplify ITS X TE X Ti -27) + (7; XT|- 01. 

Questions, (a) How many men are required to cnltivate a field ot 71 acres in 
6J days of lU hoars each? O-ivun that each man completes 77 
sqaare yards in 9 faonrs. 
(b) 10 oz. 13 pwt. 10 gr. of gold worth $16.30 per oz. and 1 oz, 2 pwt. 
8 gr. of silver worth $1.20 per oz. are melted together. What 
is the value per oz, of the reanlting componnd? 

_ ."i + t T? 
Question i. (a) Given that i' 17 = 4.12310r)G, find the value of =. 

(b) Find the cube root of 170 to sii decimal places. 

Queafioti 5. (a) STi cabic inches of brass and 16 cubic incheij of iron weigh 
together 241 ounces, andll cubic inches of brass and 33 ctilntj 
inches of iron together weigh 157 onnees. Find the weight 
of a cnlnc inch of each metal. 
(t») A Hiinare courtyard coneists of a lawn 44 yards square with a 
path of uniform width all around the lawn. The area of the 
lawn is to that of the path as IB to 0. Find the width of 
the path. 

QuestioJt G, A and 



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Eighth Surjkct— Ai^aebea. 



Que*lio7i 1. (ul Simplify 

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{b) Divide a(T'-a7a:'+85i«+7a?+8 by 3-(j'-l) (;r-t-4(-2. 

(c) Solvere— g- = -5- + 3(^6-^ j. 

Question S. (a) A dealer bought a certain number of eggs at the rate of IB ct. 
a score, and 5 times aa many at 75 ct. a hundred: he then sold 
the whole at 10 ct. a dozen, by which he gained $3.34. How 
many did he buy ? 
(b) Find the greatest common divisor of j^+Jjr*— TSj^+jj+O and 
.r'+3.r'—84jr'+3i*j^— 6, and separate each of the qnantitiM 
into two factors. 



AIiMISSIOX OF CANDIDATES. 



, (a) Solve lhee<iuationr2j--aj('.r+Yj=4j/^-.rjr2u+ai-). 



|6) Find J- and y from {0-6)^+ (a+fc)j/=3(i'-a()'. 

(c) Solve j'-4ej-+n5I=0. 
. (a) 4j'' + l2j^+Pj^j/'+ai^ + y'i9a perfect siinare ; find P. 

(6) Solve (.f+5-t- y-i^^i = » l2S^l. 

(e) Solve ;r'+a'+l=^i^. 
. (nj Find* 



eandy from jr'+a:'ff'+tf'=T371. 

(6) Given, |/=j'+2± i — 8(a;— 2) {j--i-l : transpose and square, eo 
as to form an equation of the second degree in x and y clear 
of radicals. Then rtolve this equation ao as to fiud an expres- 
sion for jr in terms of ;/ in a form Himilar to the one given 
above for g in terms of J^. 



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WrHioiil] SB Ih* mM Mt at Iho Uink ihnt (onilibFd. 
\tm. Xq Doiullinvj' 1i miuEml, Pnull nuif be nml rorill nwlfanutteal wnrk. 

(jwitvm I. (a) Define polygon. Name the polygons in order, beginning with 
those of throe aides and including those of twelvi> aides. 
Name and define tcithout pgure», (1) the classes of triangles, 
(?) the classes of quadrilaterals. (3) the classes of parallelo- 
gram,'4. 
(b) Prove that the area of a triangle is one-half the product of its 
base aud altitude. Deduce an expression for the area of a 
trapezoid. Find the area of a regular hexagon inscribed in a 
circle of radius a. 

QiiiM'vmi. (a) Show how to describe a circle through three given points. Give 
reasons. Upon a line about 2 inches long describe a segment 
which shall contain an angle of 60'. Dive full explanation, 
(b) The line A B is filed, APand B Pare drawn, making the angle 
APB=;tu . What is th^ locus of P? What is iJie locus of P 
when A P and BPare drawn making the area of APB = 'j 
the square oa A BV 

1. Write formulas for the area and circumference of a circle whose 
radius is u. Give thnie approximate values of tt. The radius 
of a circle is ii. A chord is drawn perpendicular to a radius 
at ita middle point. What is the area oE the smaller segment 
of the circle made by the chord V 




ADMISSION OP CANDIDATES. 



cstion 4. Find tbe length of a side of the r^nlar octagon inscribed in a circle 
of radina ci. Find the area of the octagon. 
Qitestion 6. (o) Two Hecants are drawn from the aanie point to the same circle. 
The estemal segment of the first is 5 inches and its internal 
segment is 19 inches. The internal segment of the utLer 
seuant ia 7 inches. Find the length of the second secnnt. 
(fc) On a diameter A 6 of a circle mark a point P. Throngh P draw 
the chord C P D at right angles to A B. Prove that if A P, 
B P. C P, and D P be taken as diameters of circles, the snm 
of \\» areas of the four circles is equal to the area of the 
original circle. 

ADMISSION. 

XII. Candidates that pass tbe physical and mental examinations will Tec«ive 
appointments as midshipmen, and become students of the Academy. Each 
midshipman will be reqnired to sign articles by which he binds himself to serve 
in the United Stat^iS Navy eight years (including his time of probation at the 
Naval Academy), unless sooner discharged. 

The pay of a midshipman ia S500 a year, commencing at the date of his 
admission, 

JTTTT Midshipmen will supply themselves, immediately after their admission, 
with the following articles, viz; 



One dress jacket 830.78 



One pair dresa tronsere 

One pair service trousers 

One overcoat -- 

One reefer 

Two white blouses 

Two pairs white trousers 

OuB mackintosh 

One cap cover , 

Eight work suits 

Two pairs of regulation leggings 

Two parade caps 

One knit cap 



One soap boi 

One laundry book 

One pair blankets 

One pair overshoes 

Two pairs high ahoes 

Eight while shirts 

Twelve collars . - 

Bight pairs cnffH - -_ 

Eight pairs socks 

•Eight towels 

•Shaving outfit 

* Si! pairs drawers (snnimer) . 
*Six undershirts (sc 

Cue hand glass 

Three striped jerseys.. 
One Jackknife 



7.00 
4.40 
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Two lanyards 

Sii sheets 

Hammock clews 

One pair bathing trunks 

Three pairs white gloves 

Two ciothes bags 

One hammock mattress - 

a One requisition book 

(t One pass book 

aStencil, ink, and brush 

wWash b^nand pitcher 

nOne pair gymnasium slippers. 

*One whisk 

*One coarse comb 

"One cake soap 

•One hairbrush 

•Stationery _ 

•Twelve white handkerchiefs - 

•One pair SQSi)enders 

Four suits pajamas 

• One toothbrush 

•Thread and needles... 

•Blacking brash and blacking. 

•Nailbrush 

Six pillowcaaes — . 

One black silk neckerchief 

Name plat* 

One blue jersey - 

Three white hats _- 



ADMiSSIOK OF CANDIDATES. 



When moving in 
following nrticleei. ' 

a Two bedspreads 

a Two pairs drill gloves . 

aOnednp jar 

(1 Two upattiT cloths — 

Ont^bair pUlow 

OneniitTor 



) qoaners. Midshipmen will snpply themaelvea with th© 



aOne rug 

II One hair uattreae . . 
aOne broom 



SO. 80 
6.10 



1.00 



K 



Articles marked a will not be taken on board the practice ahip. 1 

The articles worked ', nut being ret[nired to conform to a standard pattern, 1 
may be brought by the midahipmen from home, bnt all other artii'IeB must con- 
form to the regnlations. and mast therefore be supplied by the storekeeper. 

Each midshipman mnat. on admisaioii. deposit with the pay officer the sam 
of 8(W, for whicJi he will be credited on the books of that officer, to bo expended 
^A7 direction of the Superintendent in the purchase of teit-books and other 
Hnthoriie<1 ardcles besides those enumerated in the preceding article. 
B All depoaits for clothing and the entrance deposit of SGO must he made before 
■ •candidate can be received into the Academy, 

gUUHART OF E2pexs:m. ■ 

Deposit for dothing. etc SlffT.Bll 

Jleporit for books, etc 00.00 ' 



257.81 
The value of clothing brought from home is to be deducted from this amount. 
Each midshipman wUI be credited, as soon as adjusted by the Treasury 

Department, with the amount of his actual expenses in traveling from his home 

to the Academy. 



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PHYSICS AND CHHMISTKY. 



Experimental work in the Chemical and Physical Laboratoriea, illnatrating 
and supplementing the class-room instruction. A large portion of the limited 
time is devoted to magnetic and electrical raeasnrements, and to the n 
ment and nsea of electric dynamos and motors. 



PETSICAL TRAINDia. 



Class drills in calisthenics, free moTemente and with apparatus. 
Special exercises to promote symmetrical development when necesaaTy. 
Athletic exercises, including boxing and swimming. Dancing. 



COUK8E OF INSTRUCTION. 
PKACTICAL INSTEDCTION OF MIDSHIPMEN. 

SKAMAMBHIP. 
I and splicing; conipasa and lead line; aLip notuenclatare : cutting 
I fitting hemp rigging: cutting and fitting wire rigging; rowing, and the 
man a g ement of boats under oaxs and under sail; Builmaking: making up, 
Ending, anbenditig. and handling aails ; rigging ship; stripping ship; shifting 
Epars; gettiag under way and anchoring; evolutions with vessels under sail and 
onder steam; Btgnalinj^, Army and Navy Code; management of steam launches: 
stwun fleet tactica with eteam launches. 

OaCNANCE, 

(InlsDtry. schools of the sqaad, company, and hattalion, in close and extended I 
■Brists; artillery, schools of the battery and battalion; eierciae and target | 
practice with small arms and guns of main and secondary batteries ; eier 
lnUii?iuie, amallsword, and broadsword; handling and firing torpedoes, us 
fiieWandKodinaa testing machines; determinationsof velocities; experimental 
iletennination of range tables, also of the jump and drift; the preparation, 
iiupertian. care, and preservation of ordnance material. 



Karigation; Observations, with sextant and artificial horizon, for time, Ion 
In jp, cbmnometer, correction, latitude, azimuth. 
Snrreying; Surveying and constructing a chart of a portion of the Severn 

aitff. 

Compass Deviations : Swinging an iron ship, and observing the deviations and 
tk times of vibration of horidontal and vertical needles on different conrses; 
Inm tliese observations finding the approximate and the exact coefficients, and 
tli^homontal and the vertical forces acting on the standard and steering com- 
pusei; tlfa finding the heeling coefKcienta for the same compasses without 
heeling ths ship; also correcting the deviations of a compass, using a Navy 
mmpeisiitiDg binnacle. 

STEAU KNOINEBRINO. 

S'rap irnri.— The Pattern Shop: Selection and treatment of different woods 
f'lr Jiffwent pnrijoses. Elementarj- work of the carpenter shop, through 
mortising, joining, etc. . to finished pattern work, 
Tbf Fomiilry : Iron and brass casting ; the making of bronzes, alloys, etc, 
TLefiUcbnaith Shop : Forging, welding, etc. ; tempering, caeehardening, etc. ; 
tvndiii); and quenching tests of metals. 
Tha Boiler Shop; Biveting, soft and hard patching, ualMng, annealing, tube 
eipiuicUag, etc. ; testing. 

ITie Macliine Shop: Vise bench work; machine tool work — including the 
-"rttiBg of work ; turning; planing; boring; slotting, etc. ; pipe fitting; prepara- 
lion of working drawings and working from the same. 

^ipirort.— Management of main and auxiliary engines ; fire-room and engine- 
'°"ra roatiiie, firing, wal«r tending, and oiling; management of engines while 
""fenveringat sea ; determining the condition and locating defects in machinery 
"lifle jn motion-, lying under banked fires; coming to anchor; overhauling 
"*'ninerj' ; cleaning boilers and condensers. 

■^'*«iIaneou«. — Use of slide rule, averaging machine, apparatus for testing 
^^ and amoke gases ; standardizing steam gauges and indicatjirs ; preparing 
a for purchase of machinery and stores; testing, inspection, and 
rration of stores; selection of coals; making of watch, quarter, and 
'iow bills. 




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ANNUAL REGISTER 
UNITED STATES 
NAVAL ACADEMY, 
ANNAPOLIS. MD. ^ 



SIXTY- SECOND ACADEMIC 
YEAR. 1906-1907. * * * 




^-jOVCBNMeNT rBlNTINC omcB, 



ANNUAL REGISTER 



United States Naval Academy, 

ANNAPOLIS, MD. 

OCTOBER 1, 1906. 



SIXTY-SECOND ACADEMIC YEAR. 



1906-1907. 



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WASHINGTON: 

Government Hi^iNTiNii oitk: 

1906. 



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THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMT. 



TheUnit^ States Naval Academy was foanded in 1S46 bj tbe Hon. George I 
t. Se<7retary of the Navy, in the Administration of Preeident James F 
;t was fonnallf opened October 10 of that year luidor the name of the I 
[iTtl Si'hool. with Commander Franklin Bnchanan as Bnperintendeut. It waa J 
|lK«d at Annapolis. Md. . on the land occupied by Port Severn, jrkich was ^ven i 
^bj the War Department for the porpose. The course waa fixed at five years, I 
gt whidi only the first year and the last werp spent at the st^hool, the intervening A 
ttm years being passed at sea. This arrangement was not strictly adhered to, I 
it exigencies of the service maldng it necessary, in many cases, to shorten the 
Riiod of stndy. In January, 1846. four months after the opening of the school, 
teMndents consisted of thirty-six midshipmen of the date of 1840. who were 
toparing for the examination for promotion; thirteen of the dat« of 1841. who 
' remain nntil drafted for service at sea : aud ?even acting midshipmen, 
d after September of the previous year. The midshipmen of the date 
rflSW ware the first to bo graduated, finishing their limited tonrse in July, 1846. I 
ndtlvj-were fullowedinorderby the snbseqnent dates nntil the reorganization 1 
gt the Mliool in 1850. 

la September, 184B, the following board was appointed to revise the plan ; 
HuK^ttons of the Naval School: 

Commander William B. Shnbricit, 
Commander Franklin Buchanan, 
Commander Samuel F. Du Pont, ■ 
Commander George P. Upahor. 
Surgeon W. S. W. Ruschenberger, 
Professor William Cbauvenet, 
Captain Henry Brewerton. United States Army. 
Tlw pUn reported by the board was approved, and went into operation July 1, 
18M, The new organization provided for a course of seven years, the first two 

be last two at the school, and the three intermediate years at sea. The * 
kLmIvos placed under the supervision of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrog- 
nphj, »nd its name was changed to the Unit^l States Naval Academy. The 
eorpnof professors was enlarged, the conrse was ext«iided, and the system of 
ml* departments with executive heads was fully adopted. It was provided 
aBonrd of Visitors should make an annual inspection of the Academy and 
s condition to the Secretary of the Navy. A suitable vessel was 
tubed to the Academy as a practice ship, and the annual practice cruises were 

A/terthe ^Btem had been in operation a year new changes were proposed, and 

lb recommendations of the academic board on the subject were referred to the 

■8 for the year ISSI, comiiosed of the following-named officers; 

Commodore David Conner. 

Captain Samtiel L. Breese, 

Commander C. K. Stribling. 

Commander A. Bigelow, 

Commander Franklin Buchanan. 

Lieutenant Thomas T. Craven. 
The cbang^ reconmieiided by tiie board of examiners, and adopted fay the 
liQartment, consisted mainly in leaving ont the reqairement of three years of 
fcWTTOBin the middle of the course, thus making the four years of study 
BOsecntive. The practice cruise supplied the place of the omitted sea service, 
Bl tpive better opportunities for training. The change went into operation 
B SovembBT, 1851, together with other improvements recommended by the 



HISTOSICAt. SKETCH. 

In ISH ft ppecial course of instmction in iihyBJology luid hygiene was eetab-! 
_FiUlinL in BccoTdaace -wiQi an act of Coii^eEs approved May 20 of Uiat y< 
■ The art of Congress approTed If arch 8, 1889, provides tliat "ibe Acad< 

'd of the Naval Academy ehall on or before tlie thirtieth day of SeptemberJ 

h well year Bet>arate the first class of naval cadets then commencing tbeir f oartb 

a tw diviaions. as tJuey may have shown special aptitude for the duties 

espHCtive corjis, in the proportion which the aggregate numlier of vacan- 

Moc^orring in the preceding fiscal year ending onUie thirtieth day of June in 

helownst grades of commissioned officers of tbe Line of the Navy and Marina 

Kof thsKavy shall bear to tbennmberof vacancies to be enpplied from the 

Buy occurring during tbesame period in the lowest grade of coinmiaBione4-< 

not the engineer corps of the Navy; and the cadets so assigned to the Lino 

A )lViM Corps division of the first class shall thereafter pnruut 

_ d to fit them for service in the Line of the Navy, and the cadeta^-' 
S to the Engineer Corps division of the first class shall thereafter pur- 
« coarse of study arranged to tit them for service in ' ~ " 
ii^Hie Xavy, and tbe cadets shall thereafter, and until final gradnatios, 
iilhemdof their six years' course, take rank by merit witli tlic 
ATionn.xxording to the merit marks ; and from tbe final graduates of the Line 
idUiirine Corps division, at the end of tbeir six years' course, appnintraeuta 
fl Ir made hereafter as it shall be necessary to fill vacancies in tbe lowest 
M of cfnnmissionod officers of the Line of the Navy and Marine Corps; and 
i^TusDciM in tbe lowest grades of the commissioned officers of the Engineer 
gifsof tbe Navy sliallbe filled in like insnneT by appointments from the final 
[sdiuWetit the Engineerdivision at tbe end of their six years' coarse: Provided, 
lUifTt^ater number of apitointnients into the said lowest grades of commis- 
ed officers shall be made each yrur than ehall equal the number of vacancies 
rticb aliall have occurred in the same grades during the fiscal year then cur- 
'int;nicbappointmenlHtobemade from the final graduates of the year, in the 
Bflffuf merit as det«nuined by the Academic Board of the Naval Academy, the 
it to be made by the Secretary of the Navy npon the recommendation 
ot to Academic Board at tlie conclusion of the fiscal year then current ; but 
ig contained herein or in the naval appropriation act of Augnst fifth, 
rfjhteen hnndred and eighty -two. shall reduce the number of appointments of 
Bui gnidnates at the end of their six years' course below twelve in each year 
(title Line of the Navy, and not less than two shall be appointed annually to 
ineer Corps of the Navy, nor less than one annually to the Marine 
IOki«; ud if the number of vacancies in tbe lowest grades aforesaid, occurring 
fguj year shall be greater than the number of final graduates of that year, the 
ttujius Ticaunes shall be filled from tbe final graduates of following years, as 
ifeysh*!! become avaiiablf. " 
"That after ttie fourth day fif March, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, the 
ginimiim age of admission of cadets t<i the Academy shall lie fifteen years and 
kimainiTmi age twenty years." 

Id October, 189". a poat-gradnate course in Naval Architecture, for the edn- 
» ot officers for the Construction Corps of the Navy, wasestjihlisbed; and 
wwtsformiedfrumthenavalcadets that had finishe<l the four years' course 
jaibttyuar. 

ID act of Congress, approved March 3, 186H, " the officers constituting the 

pel Corps of the Navy " were ' ' transferred to the Line of the Navy," 

ttmbyrapealing so mn^h of tbe act of Congress, approved March 2. ISSO, as 

nUlee to the separation of naval cadets of the first class into Line and Engineer 

toiBone. 

B act baring limited tlie number of Constructors in the Navy to 
(urty, the post graduate course in Naval Architecture was discontinued. 



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By an act of Congress approved Jane 7, 1900, it was provided that — 
"Whenever any naval cadet shall have hnished foar years of his nnder- 
graduate conrse of aix years the sncceedjng appointment may be made from 
bis Coni^reBsional district or ut large in accordance with the existing law." 
By an act of Congress approved July I, 1902, it was provided that — 
"The title 'naval cadet' is hereby changed to 'midshipman.' 
"That nntil the year nineteen handred and fonrl«en, in addition to the naval | 
cadets now aathorized by law (the title having been changed by this act to 
midshipmen), the President shall appoint five midshipmen, and there shall b« 
apiiointed from the States at large, upon the recommendation of Senators. tw» I 
midshipmen for each 3tate. " ' 

By an act of Congress approved March 3. 1903, it was provided that— | 

"There shall be allowed at the Naval Academy two midshipmen for eacb. ' 
Senator. Representative, and Delegate in Cjingress, two fur the District otj 
Columbia, and five each year at large: Profided, That the additional CongreaJ 
Hional appointments anthorized by this Act shall be made at sach timeis as mftw 
be determined by the Secretary of the Navy, who shall equitably distribate tIkW 

infTftfi^fl ftmrtno" iht* Rpveral ^tntjvi. Diutrintfl and TerHtrtrif**! fto l.hflt iilHiriatj^l^^ ' 



« among the several States, Districts, and Territories, so that ultimatel^J 
if practicable, each Senator, Eepresentative. and Delegate may recommend f^i^^ 
appointment during each Congress one midshipman, Prot'lded further. Tb^a 
members of the Fifty-seventh Congress who will not be members of the Fift^ 
eighth Congress, and in whose Districts or States appointments have not b&^^ 
made or vacancies filled in the Fifty -seventh Congress, may immediately n^^^-^ 
the passage of this Act make the additional appointments herein provided ta-^ 

'■The Secretary of the Navy ahall as soon as practicable after the fifth day " 
March in each year notify in writing each Senator, Representative, and Dele^a^^^ 
in Congress of any vacancy which may be regarded as existing in the St^^ 
District, or Territory which he represents, and the nomination of a candi«J,«^ 
to fill such vacancy shall he made apon the recommendation of the Sen^^T^ 
Representative, or Delegate, Such recommendation shall he made by the Wj 
day of Jime of that year, and if not so made the Secretary of the Navy ahal]^ 1? 
the vacancy by the appointment of an actual resident of the State. District ^ 
Territory in which the vacancy esista, who shall have been for at least two yjvaj^ ■ 
immediately preceding his appointment an actnal bona fide resident of (i J 
State. District, or Territory in which the vacancy exists and sliall hav* tj,^ / 
qualifications otherwise prescribed by law: And provided further. That ths J 
Snperintendent of the Naval Academy shall make such rules, to be appmvei} |w f 
the Secretary of the Navy, as will effectually prevent the practice of hajcing< t 
and any cadet fonnd guilty of participating in or encouraging or conntenanciog 1 
anch practice shall be auminarily expelled from the Academy, and shall not f 
thereafter ba reappointed to the Corps of Cadets or be eligible for appninnneiii I 
as a commissioned oEBcer in the Army or Navy or Marine Corps until tvroyeHref 
after the graduation of the class of which he was a member, 

"That the provisions of this Act for the increase of appointments of mldj 
shipmen to the Naval Academy shall continue in force nntil the thirtieth lUw 
of June, nineteen hundred and thirteen; and thereafter one midshipman,: 
now provided by law. shall be appointed for each Senator. Representativi 
Delegate in Congress. 

"That hereafter there shall be at the Naval Academy one midahipman fr 
Porto Rico, who shall be a native of said island, and whose appointment si 
be made by the President on the recommendation of the governor of Porta Bil 

"That after January first, nineteen hundred and four, all candidat««ff 
admission to the Naval Academy at the time of their examtnatioD ii 
between the ages of sixteen and twenty years." 



BISTOBICAL SKRTGE. 

An *di>t Congress, approved April 9. 1000. reads &a follows: 
"iD Art Qntating aathority lo the Secretary of the Navy, in his discretion, 
mid^pmen frotn the United Stat>'e Naval Academy and regulating 
be prortdnrp and punishment in trials tor hazing at the said academy. 
"Br ij tnacled Irn the Senate and llouae of Iiepfe»fntatire» of the United Staler 
tfAftrrica in CoTijfresK atsfmbled. That it shall be the duty of the Snperin- 
il ot the United States Naval Academy, whenever he shall believe ths 
ontiiitted presence of any midshipman at the said academy to be contrary lo 
hrtt interests of the ser^-ice, to report in writing anch fact, with a full state- 
Bt o( the facta npon which are based his reasons for such belief, to the Secre- 
rjof the Navy, who, if aft«r dne consideration of the said report he shall 
tu lliti snperintendent's said belief reasonable and well founded, shall cause 
tcnpiof the said report to be served upon the said midshipman and require the 
midshipman to ehow cause, in writing and within such time as the said 
7 shall de«m reasonable, why hi- should not be dismissed from the said 
iriemjr; Hnd after due consideration of any cause so chown the said Secretary 
IJ, ii] his discretion, but with the written approval of the President, dismiss 
ia niidshipman from the said academy. And the trnth of any issue of fact so 
M, except upon tbe record of demerit, shall be determined by a board of 
Uniij convened by the Secretary of the Navy under the rules and regulations 
brtheEOTemment of the Navy. 

r, That BO much of the Acts approved June twenty-third, eighteen 

■mdrvd And seventy-four, and March third, nineteen hundred and three, as 

iqnires the Sajierin Undent of tbe Ignited States Naval Academy to convene a 

mrt'inartial in all cases when it shall come to the knowledge of the said super- 

Cendent that any midshipman haa been gailty of the offense commonly known 

' and declares the finding of » oonrt-martial so convened, when 

ai»protwl by the said superintendent, final, and directs that any midshipman 

f onuH gailty by snch court-martial shall be summarily dismissed from the said 

ncidnuy. and also all other Acts or parts of Acta inconsistent with the present 

A*! are iiereby repealed, and that the offense known as ' hazing ' may hereafter 

be proceeded against., dealt with, and pnnicbed as offenses against good order 

^»iil 'li«cipline and for violation and breaches of the rules of said academy. Bnt 

■HtnidsMpman shall Iw disioissed for a single act of hazing except under the 

fcftufaioiiM of seotion three of this Act. 

^"8k. 3. That the Superintendent of the United Stat»8 Naval Academy may, 
|Biii discretion and with the approval of the Secretary of tbe Navy, cause any 
^oMshipman in the said academy to be tried by court-martial for the offense of 
lunng. u provided by the Act approved June twenty-third, eighteen hundred 
anil »venty-four, and such court-martial, upon conviction, may sentence such 
midshipman to any punishment authorized by the said Act or by the Act 
approred March third, nineteen hundred and three, or authorized for any viola- 
tion or breach ot the mles of the said academy by the said rules, or, in cases of 
hfotal or cruel hazing may. in addition to dismissal, sentence such midshipman 
to inipriaonmont for a period not exceeding one year; Provided, That such mid- 
ahipmmi ahall not be coufined in a military or naval prison or elsewhere with 
Bien who have been convicted of crimes or misdemeanors; and such finding and 
tcntence shall be subject to review by the oonveuing authority and by the Sec- 
retary of the Navy, as in the cases of other courts-martial. 

''Sec. 4. That the offense of ' hazing,' as mentioned in tins Act, shall couxist 
tA aaj nnauthorized assumption of authority by one midshipman over another 
I midshipman whereby the last mentioned midshipman shall or may suffer or be 
(pond lo suffer any cruelty, indignity, bniniliation, hardship, or oppression, or 
^deprivation or abridgntent of any right, privilege, or advantage to which he 
" ID I* legally entitled. 



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*B HISTORICAL sketch! ^^^I 

Bjr an act of Congress approved June 7, IBOO. it was provided that — ^^^H 
"Whenever any naval cadet ahall have finished four years of bis unMH 
graduate coarse of six years the ancceeding apjiointment may be made frW M 
bis CoDgressional district or at large in accordance with the existing law." 
By all act of Congresa approved July 1, 1002, it was provided that— 
"The title 'naval cadet' is hereby changed to ' midshipmaa. ' 
"That tintil the year nineteen hundred and foart«en, in addition to the naval 
cadets now authorized by law (the title having been changed by this act to 
midshipmen), the President shall appoint five m-idshipraen. and there shall be 
appointed from the States at large, npon the recommendation of Senators, twn 
midshipmen for each State. " 
By an act of Congress approved March 3, 1903, it was provided that — 
"There shall be allowed at the Naval Academy two midshipmen for each 
Senator. Beprestntative. ami Delegate in Congress, two for the District of 
Columbia, and five each year at large: Provided. That the additional Congres- 
sional appointments authorized by this Act shall be made at sach times as may 
be determined by the Secretary of the Navy, who shall eiinitably distribnte the 
increase among the several States, Districts, and Territories, so that ultimately, 
if practicable, each Senator. Representative, and Delegate may recommenil for 
appointment daring ea<^h Congress one midshipman. Provided further. That 
members of the Fifty-seventh Congress who will not bo members of the Fifty- 
eighth Congress, and in whose Districts or States appointments have not been 
made or vacancies filled in the Fifty-seventh Congresa, may immediately upon 
the passage of this Act make the additional appointments herein provided for. 

■■The Secretary of the Navy shall as soon as practicable after the fifth day of 
March in each year notify in writing each Senator, Representative , and Delegate 
in Congress of any vacancy which may be regarded as eiisting in the Stats, 
District, or Territory which he represents, and the nomination of a candidate 
to fill such vacancy shall be made upon the recommendation of the Senator, 
Representative, or Delegate. Such recommendation shall be made by the first 
day of June of that year, and if not so made the Secretary of the Navy shall fill 
the vacancy by the appointment of an actual resideiit of the State. District, or 
Territory in which the vacancy exists, who shall have been for at least two years 
immediately preceding his appointment an actual bona fide resident of the 
State. District, or Territory in which the vacancy exists and shall have the 
quaUfiiations otherwise prescribed by law: And provided further. That the 
Snperintendent of the Naval Academy shall make snch mlea. to bo apiiroved by 
the Secretary of the Navy, as will effectually prevent the practice of hasing; 
and any cadet found gnilty of participating in or enconraging or conntenanGing 
such practice shall be summarily expelled from the Academy, and shall not 
thereafter be reappointed to the Corps of Cadets or be eligible for appointment 
as a commissioned officer in the Army or Navy or Marine Corps until two years 
after the graduation of the class of which he was a member. 

"That the provisions of this Act for the increase of appointments of mid- 
shipmen to the Naval Academy shall continue in force until the thirtieth day 
of June, nineteen hundred and thirteen; and thereafter one midshipman, ae 
now provided by law. shall be appointed for each Senator, Representative, and 
Delegate in Congress, _ 

"Tliat hereafter there shall be at the Naval Academy one midshipman from 
Porto Rico, who shall be a native of said island, and whose appointment shall 
be made by the President on the recommendation of the governor of Porto Rico. 
"That after January first, nineteen hundred and four, all candidates for 
admission to the Naval Academy at the time of their e 
between the ages of sixteen and twenty years." 



SUPERINTENDENTS 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



Amu mill vuii 

Commander Franklin Buchanan Sept. 3 

Commander (George P. Upshnr - Mar. 1 5 

Commander Comelins K. Stribling July 1 

Commander Louis M. Goldsborough Nov. 1 

Captain GJeorge S. Blake St'pt. 15 

Bear Admiral David D. Porter Sept. U 

Commodore John L. Worden Dec. 1 

R«ir Admiral C. E. P. Ro<lgers.- - Sept. 2'2 

Commodore Foxhall A. Parker July 1 

Bear Admiral Greorge B. Balch . . . Auj;. 2 

Bear Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers June V\ 

Captain F. M. Ramsay Nov. 14 

Commander W. T. Sampson Si»pt. 

Ci^tain R. L. Phythian - June to 

Captain P. H. Cooper Nov. ir> 

Rear Admiral F. V. McNair July 1.*) 

Commander Richard Wainwright Mar. 1 "i 

Qiptain Willard H. Brownson Nov. (\ 

Bear Admiral James H. Sands July 1 

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BOARD OF VISITORS. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION, 1906. 



Senators. 



Honorable Chahles Dick, of Ohio. 
^Honorable Thomas M. Patterson, of Colorado. 

Repreaenta lives. 

Honorable George L. Lillet, of Connecticnt. 
Honorable Ernrst W. Roberts, of Massachnsetts. 
Honorable Alexander W. Greoo, of Texas. 

Appointed by the President, 

*Mr. Alfred M. Scales, Greensboro, N. C. 

Honorable Franklin Murphy, Newark, N. J. 

Honorable Charles F. Brooker, Ansonia, Conn. 

Brigadier General C. A. Woodruff, San Francisco, Cal. 

Mr. George P. Blow, La Salle, Ul. 

Mr. Strathearn Hendrie, Detroit, Mich. 

Ifr. Frakk J. Sprague, New York, N. Y. 



iteiDEXT— Honorable Charles Dick. 

SecBETABY — Lieutenant Commander L. M. Nulton, U. S. Navy. 



COMMITTEES. 



Buildings, Crrounds, Library, Finance. — Honorable Charles F. Brooker, 
zombie George L. Lilley, Honorable A. W. Gregg, Mr. F. J. Sprague. 

Administration, Rules and Regulations, Discipline, Drill, Police, and Ath- 
«.— Honorable E. W. Roberts, Honorable Franklin Murphy, Mr. Strathearn 
drie. 

Admission and Discharge, Standard of Scholarship, Officers and Officials, 
Practice Cru t«€.— Honorable A. W. Gregg, Mr. Strathearn Hendrie, Mr. 
• Spragne, Mr. Geo. P. Blow. 

Mess Arrangements, etc., Commissary and Hygiene. — General C. A. Wood- 
Mr. G^eo. P. Blow, Honorable Franklin Murphy. 



♦Not present. 

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR. 
1906-1907. 



1906. 
October 1. — Beginning of first term Monday. 

1907. 

January 28-February 2. — Semiannual examinations Monday-Saturday. 

February 2.— End of first term Saturday: 

April 16. — Examination of candidates Tuesday. 

May 27-JTme 1 . — Annual examinations Monday-Saturday. 

May 31.— End of academic year 1906-1907 Friday. 

June 3-8. — Graduation week Monday-Saturday. 

June IS. — Examination of candidates Tuesday. 

October 1.— Beginning of first term, 1907-1908 ..Tuesday. 

The academic months end on the following days: 

1906-1907. 



October Oct. 27 

November Nov. 24 

December _ Dec. 22 



February Mar. 2 

March Mar. 30 

April Ainr. 27 



January Jan. 26 \ May _.May 25 

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OFFICERS, PROFESSORS, AND INSTRUCTORS 

ATTACHED TO THE 

UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 

1006-1007. 



Superintendent, 
REAR ADMIRAL JAMES H. SANDS, U. S. Navy. 

Assistant to the Superintendent, in Charge of Buildings and Chrounds, 

Professor O. Q. Dodge, U. S. Navy. 

Aid to the Superintendent and Secretary of Academic Board, 
Lieutenant Arthur MaoArthur, Jr. , U. S. Navy. 

Commandant of Midshipmen and Head of Department of Discipline, 
CAPTAIN G. P. COLVOCORESSES, U. S. Navy. 

Assistants, 

Commander T. G. Dewey, U. S. Navy (retired), 
Lieutenant Commander E. L. Beach, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant Commander C. B. McVay, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant Commander J. H. Dayton, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant Commander Waldo Evans, U. S. Navy. 

seamanship. 

Head of Department, 

COMMANDER A. W. GRANT, U. S. Navy. 

Assistants, 

Lieutenant Commander H. G. Gates, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant Commander H. J. Ziegemeier, U. 8. Navy, 
Lieutenant Commander Yates Stirling, Jr., U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant J. D. Wainwright, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant R. S. Keyes, U. S. Navy, 
Chief Boatswain P. J. Kane, U. S. Navy. 

6190 2 (17) 



18 OFFICERS, PROFESSORS, AND INSTRUCTORS. 

ORDNANOB AND OUNNERT. 

Head of Department^ 
COMMANDER T. B. HOWARD, U. S. Navy. 

A»slstant%^ 

Lieutenant Commander J. A. Hoogewerpf, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant Commander L. M. Nulton, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant H. Laning, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant D. W. Todd, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant R. I. Curtin, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant W. Q. Mitchell, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant E. J. King, U. S. Navy,. 
Lieutenant A. P. Fairfield, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant W. N. Vernou, U. S. Navy. 

Sword Master, 

A. J. CORBESIER. 

Assistant Sword Masters , 

J. B. Retz, 
George Heintz, 
George Heintz, Jr. 

m 

NAVIGATION. 

Head of Department, 
COMMANDER W. C. P. MCJIR, U. S. Navy (Retired). 

Assistants, 

Lieutenant Commander W. V. Pratt, U. S. Navy, 

Lieutenant W. H. Faust, U. S. Navy (retired). 

Lieutenant R. C. Moody, U. S. Navy, 
♦Lieutenant T. T. Craven, U. S. Navy, 

Lieutenant C. P. Snyder, U. S. Navy, 
♦Lieutenant H. L. Wyman, U. S. Navy, 

Lieutenant A. B. Keating, U. S. Navy, 
♦Lieutenant R. Morris, U. S. Navy, 

Lieutenant H. C. Cocke, U. S. Navy. 

marine engineering and naval construction. 

Head of Department, 
COMMANDER J. K BARTON, U. S. Navy. 

Assistants, 

Commander DeW. C. Redgrave, U. S. Navy (retired). 
Lieutenant Commander R. B. Higgins, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant A. M. Cook, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant R. Stone, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant L. F. James, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant F. D. Karns, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant W. T. Cluverius, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant F. L. Pinney, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant Paul Foley, U. S. Navy. 
Lieutenant W. S. Pye, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant O. W. Fowler, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant O. H. Oakley, U. S. Navy, 
Professor T. W. Johnson, A. B., M. E. 



*Detidled f v«t »*\t\\\\v>iiai dutx in thu 



OVPICSRS, PROFESSORS, AND INSTRUCTORS. 19 

HATHSMATICS. 

Hecui of Department, 
PROFESSOR W. W. HENDRICKSON, U. S. Navy (retired). 

Assistants, 

Professor S. J. Brown, U. S. Navy, 
Professor H. M. Paul, U. S. Navy, 
Professor H. E. Smith, U. S. Navy, 
Professor D. M. Garrison, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant C. M. Tozrr, U. S. Navy, 
Professor M. Updeoraff, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant W. K. Riddle, U. S. N^vy, 
♦Professor W. W. Johnson, A. B., A. M., 
Professor A. Hall, A. B. Stb., 
Instructor W. F. C. Hasson, 
Lnstructor John Eiesland, Ph. D., 
Instructor E. Q. Yowell, C. E., M. S., 
Instructor Paul Capron, A. M. 

physics and chemistry. 

Head of Department, 
PROFESSOR N. M. TERRY, A. M., Ph. D. 

Assistants, 

Lieutenant Commander H. H. Christy, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant J. M. Reeves, U. S. Navy, 
Likl'tenant G. S. Lincoln, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant A. Bronson, Jr.,U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant S. Gannon, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant W. N. Jeffers, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant J. G. Church, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant H. Ellis, U. S. Navy, 
Professor P. J. Dashiell, U. S. Navy. 

ENGLISH AND LAW. 

Head of Department, 
PROFESSOR E. K. RAWSON. U. S. Navy. 

Assistants, 

♦Professor A. N. Brown, 
Professor W. O. Stevens, A. B., Ph. D., 
Instructor G. P. Coleman, A. B., A. M., LL. B., 
Instructor F. E. McMillrn, 
Instructor C. S. Alden, A. B., A. M., Ph. D., 
Instructor H. J. Fenton, A. B., A. M., LL. B., 
Instructor L. O. Berqh, A. B., 
Instructor H. C. Washburn, A. B., 
Instructor V. O'Fruburg, A. B. 



^Detailed for additional duty in thin Dipartineut. 



20 OFFICERS, PROFESSORS, AND INSTRUCTORS. 

MECHANICS. 

Head of Department, 
PROFESSOR P. R. ALGER, U. S. Navy. 

Assistants, 

♦Lieutenant Commander W. V. Pratt, U. S. Navy, 

Lieutenant W. H. Faust, U. S. Navy (retired), 
♦Lieutenant R. C. Moody, U. S. Navy, 

Lieutenant T. T. Craven, U. S. Navy, 
♦Lieutenant C. P. Snyder, U. S. Navy, 

Lieutenant H. L. Wyman, U. S. Navy, 
♦Lieutenant A. B. Keating, U. S. Navy, 

Lieutenant R. Horris, U. S. Navy, 
♦Lieutenant H. C. Cocke, U. S. Navy, 
♦Lieutenant R. S. Keyes, U. S. Navy, 

Professor W. W. Johnson, A. B., A. M. 

modern languages. 

Head of Department, 

PROFESSOR H. McL. P. HUSE, U. S. Navy. 

Assistants, 

Professor Henri Marion, A. M., 

Professor C. V. Cusachs, A. B., B. S., 

Professor P. J. des Garennks, A. B., A. M., 

Professor P. E. Voinot, B. S., 

Instructor T. Clark, A. B., A. M., Ph. D., 

Instructor G. Costet, 

Instructor F. W. Morrison, A. B. , A. M., 

Instructor V. G. Valdez, 

Instructor Arturo Fernandez, 

Instructor J. A. Ray, Docteur de l'U. de Paris. 

physiology, HY<iIENE, AND PHYSICAL TRAINING. 

I7i Charge of Special Instruction, 

SURGEON F. C. COOK, U. S. Navy. 

Assistants, 

Boxing Master, M. Strohm, 
Instructor in Physical Training, O. Steffen, 
Instructor in Physical Training, L. H. Mang, 
Assistant LvsTKrcTOK in Gymnastics, J. Schutz. 

*l>)-tailiMl fdi uililitioiiul liiity in tlii.s l)e|iiirtiiient. 



OFFICERS NOT ATTACHED TO ACADEMIC STAFF. 



COSfMANDER W. F. WORTHINGTON, U. S. NaVY. 

Medical Inspector James C. Byrnes, U. S. Navy. 

Surgeon A. M. D. McCormick, U. S. Navy. 

Surgeon F. C. Cook, U. S. Navy, in charge of Physiology, Hygiene, and 

Physical Training, 
Passed Assistant Surgeon R. E. Hoyt, U. S. Navy. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon P. B. Rossiter, U. S. Navy. 
Pay Inspector T. J. Cowie, U. S. Navy, Pay Officer and General Storekeeper. 
Paymaster George Brown, Jr., U. S. Navy. Commissary and Midshipmen* s 

Storekeeper, 
Chaplain H. H. Clark, U. S. Navy. 
Professor A. N. Brown, Librarian. 
Secretary J. G. Glynn. 
Dentist Richard Grady, M. D., D. D. S. 
Pharmacist J. T. Oursler, U. S. Navy. 



Hartford, Ships, etc. 

Commander T. E. D. W. Veeder. U. S. Navy, in charge. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster H. A. Wise, U. S. Navy, 

First Lieutenant B. W. Sibley, U. S. M. C, 

Chief Gunner Robert Sommers (retired), 

Boatswain L. M. Melcher (retired), 

Gunner D. B. Vassie, 

Carpenter T. J. Logan, 

Boatswain G. E. Plander, 

Mate R. J. Keating, 

Mate H. Dahis. 

Arkansas {in reserve). 

Commander Rogers H. Galt, U. S. Navy, Commanding, 

Gunner J. P. Dempsey, U. S. Navy, 

Warrant Machinist W. F. Mullinix, U. S. Navy. 

Florida {in rescrre). 

Commander Rogers H. Galt, U. S. Navy. Commanding, 
Chief Carpenter Thomas C. Co<^ney, 
Warrant Machinist J. Bryce. U. S. Navy. 

Nevada {in reserve). 

Commander A. Reynolds, U. S. Navy. Commanding, 
Chief Gunner S. Chiles. U. S. Navy, 
Carpenter A. Tucker, U. S. Navy, 
Warrant Machinist B. F. Beer^. V. S. Navy. 



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22 OFFICERS NOT ATTACHED TO ACADEMIC STAFF. 

Marine Offlcers. 

Lieutenant Colonel F. J. Moses, 
Captain Georqe C. Thorpe, 
Captain D. P. Hall, 
Captain H. C. Reisinger, 
First Lieutenant W. G. Fay. 

Under Instruction in Marine School of Application, 

Second Lieutenant H. S. Green, 
Second Lieutenant J. P. Willcox, 
Second Lieutenant W. W. Buckley, 
Second Lieutenant W. C. Wise, Jr. , 
Second Lieutenant W. D. Smith, 
Second Lieutenant H. B. Pratt, 
Second Lieutenant Randolph Coyle, 
Second Lieutenant P. H. Torre y, 
Second Lieutenant B. B. Gossett, 
Second Lieutenant B. Puryear, Jr., 
Second Lieutenant R. L. Denig, 
Second Lieutenant L. Tucker, 
Second Lieutenant C. S. McReynolds, 
Second Lieutenant C. F. B. Price, 
Second Lieutenant J. E. Semmes, Jr 
Second Lieutenant R. H. Davis, 
Second Lieutenant W. C. Powers, 
Second Lieutenant S. S. Lee, 
Second Lieutenant R. Tittoni. 



ACADEMIC BOARD. 



The Superintendent. 

The Commandant of Mu)6HIPMEN. 

The Head of the Department of Seamanship. 

The Head of the Department of Ordnance and Gunnery. 

The Head of the Department of Navigation. 

The Head of the Department of Marine Enoineerino and Naval Con 

STRUiTION. 

The Head of the Department of Mathematics. 

The Head of the Department of Physics and Chemistry. 

The Head of the Department of English and Law. 

The Head of the Department of Mechanics. 

The Head of the Department of Modern Languages. 

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CADET OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



1906-1907. 



CADET COMMANDER. 

Cohen. (4) 

CADET LlKl'TEKANT COMMANDERS. 

Spencer, H. L., First Battalion. (2) 
Hyatt, Second Battalion. (9) 



CADET U El 'TEN A NTH. 



Galloway. 

CORWIN. 
GOLDTHWAITE. 



Crosse, Brigade Adjutant. (6) 

Stevenson, F. T. Henderson, S. L. Symington. 

Farber. Humphrey. Danenhower. 

Thibault. McCrary. P. H. McKittrick. 



Lilley. 

Holden. 

Almy. 



CADET JUNIOR LIEUTENANT8, 

Blackburn, Adjutant First Battalion. (6) 
McKinney, Adjutant Second Battalion. (10) 

Emrich. Ingram. • Ab3ETT. 

Ravenscroft. Torlinski. Miles. 

Howard. Bratton. Logan, G. C. 



CADET EN6IGN8. 



HiNKAMP. 

ToD, E. W. 
Montgomery. 



Cassidy. 
Norton, H. H. 

COFFMAN. 



Gross, R. F. 

HOVEY. 

Smith, W. T. 



Pryor. 

Thomson 

Knox. 



CADKT CHIEF PETTY OKIICKRl*. 



Pritchard, Brigade Staff Petty Officer. (8) 
EwiNG, First Battalion. (5) 
Simpson, G. W., Second Battalion. (8) 



CADET PETTY OrriCERS, FIRST CLASS. 



First Company. 

Ware, B. R., Jr. 
Dallas. 
Ritter. 
Strait. 



Second Company, 

Gearing. 

Johnstone. 

Hydrick. 

CONDITT. 



Third Company. 

Vossler. 
Barleon. 
Earle, J. B. 

SWASEY. 



Fourth Company. 

Lynch. 
Mallison. 
Allen, E. G. 
Stewart, R. R. 



Fifth Company. Sixth Company. 

GiLLMOR. McGlLL. 

Gulliver. Laird. 

Griffiths. Clement, E. F. 

PousLAND. Nichols. 



Seventh Company. Eighth Company. 

Cochrane, W.F., Jr. Baughman. 
TuRNBULL. Clark, V. E. 

Baer. Krakow. 

LoFQUisT. King, F. R. 



r^4) 



CADET OFFICERS. 



25 



CADR PRTT orriCBU, FiBST CLA88— oontlnoed. 



Ninth Company. Tenth Company. 

HouuDAY. Keller, H. R. 

Whitk, N. H. , Jr. Lafrknz. 

ShIRLXT. SCHEIBLA. 

• Courts. 



Eleventh Campany, Twelfth Company, 
GiFFEN. Kays. 

DiCHMAN. McCLURE. 

Hedi. Barker. 

DuBosE. Bruce, B. H. 



CADET PKTTT OFFICER*, SECOND CLAM. 



fSrst Company, 


Second Company, 


Third Company, 


Fourth Company, 


KlTTEL. 


Wallace, W . 0. 


Keller, C. S. 


McConnell. 


W KLTE. 


Murray. 


JOERNS. 


Sherlock. 


Windsor. 


Jones, H. A. 


Cox. 


Hunsaker. 


Davis, H. F. D. 


Wille. 


Saufley. 


Smith, W. R., Jr. 


Fifth Company, 


Si^th Company, 


Seventh Company, 


Eighth Company. 


Bkrnard, R. F. 


Horner. 


Brooks. 


Jewell. 


Parker, J. 


LAGERQUiST. 


Lichtenstein. 


Amsden. 


Lombard. 


Lando. 


Wat*kf-r. 


Parker, R. C. 


Charlton. 


Rankin. 


FOY. 


Cochran, S. 


Ninth Company, 


Tenth Company, 


Eleventh Company, 


Twelfth Company, 


Austin, L. TT. 


Bellinger. 


Shonerd. 


PUOH. 


Leonard. 


Cogswell. 


Williams, E. H. 


Monteser. 


Clement, S. A. 


Smith, R. R. 


Wilson, E. E. 


Babcock. 


Douglas. 


Lucas, A. L. 


Rockwell. 


Carpender. 



Note. — Nambeni iu parenthe^e^i indicate ronipany DUUilK>r 



PRACTICE CRUISE, 1906. 



SYNOPSIS OF SUMMER CRUISE. 

U. S, Ships Newark, Arkansas, and Florida. 

Jnne 16. — Midshipmen embarked. 

June 18. — Sailed from Annapolis; arrived at Solomons, Md. 

Jnne 22. — Sailed from Solomons, Md.; arrived at Newx)ort News, Va. Mid- 
shipmen visited shipyard. 

Jnly 9. — Sailed from Newport News, Va., for Gardiners Bay. 

July 11. — Arrived at Orient Point. 

July 13. — Sailed for New London, Conn. 

July 13. — Arrived at New London, Conn. 

July 16-August 16.— Cruised in the vicinity of New London, Conn. 

August 16. — Sailed from New London, Conn., for Chesapeake Bay. 

August 17. — Arrived at mouth of Potomac River. 

August 24. — Arrived at Annapolis, Md. 

August 25. — Midshipmen disembarked. 

U. S. S. Nevada cruised in Chesai)eake Bay with divisions of the first class. 

U. S. S. Severn cruised in the vicinity of Solomons, Md., with members of the 
fourth class. 

U, S. Ships Minneapolis,* Cleveland, Denver, Des Moines, 

(Fifth Division, I'. S. Atlantic Fleet.) 

June 16. — Midshipmen embarked. 

June 18. — Sailed from Annapolis, Md., for Funchal, Madeira. 

July 1.— Arrived at Funchal, Madeira. 

July 6.— Sailed from Funchal. Madeira, for Fayal, Azores. 

July 9. — Arrived at Fayal, Azores. 

July 12.— Sailed from Fayal, Azores, for Frenchman's Bay, Me. 

July 24. — Arrived at Bar Harbor, Me. 

July 25- August 15. — Cruised in the vicinity of Bar Harbor and New London. 

August 15.— Sailed from New London, Conn., for mouth of Potomac River. 

August 17. — Arrived at mouth of Potomac River. 

August 24. — Arrived at Annapolis, Md. ^ 

August 25. — Midshipmen disembarked. 

Note— While in the vicinity of New London, ships visited, in rotation. Tor- 
pedo Station, Newport, R. I. During week ending August 25, first class visited 
proving ground at Indian Head, and gun factory, Washington. 



♦Sfniailnnj (lifl>rtti<l«'<l on July "Jx. and tin- I . S. S. Miinidipolin uMif2:nc<l to npecial duty 

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SUMMBB CRUISE, 1906. 27 

FIFTH DIVISION, U. S. ATLANTIC FLEET. 

Beab Admiral Rotal B. Bradford, Commander, 
Lieutenant Frank H. Brumbt, Flag Lieutenant. 

LiKUTENANT ARTHUR P. FaIRFIELD, Aid. 

Officers of the United States Flagship Minneapolis. 

Commander Bradley A. Fiske, Commanding. 

Lieutenant (Commander C. S. Stanworth. 

Lieutenant Commander R. H. Leigh. 

Lieutenant D. E. Thelebn. 

Lieutenant A. St. C. Smith. 

Ensign A. Q. Howe. 

Ensign Frank McCk>MMON. 

Ensign O. F. Cooper. 

Midshipman C. H Shaw. 

Midshipman B. Dutton, Jr. 

Midshipman Lew. M. Atkins. 

Midshipman Wm. H. Stevenson. 

Midshipman P. H. Field. 

Midshipman Alexander Sharp. Jr. 

Surgeon Q. P. Lumsden. 

Assistant Surgeon J. B. Mears. 

Paymaster F. P. Sackett. 

Chaplain J. McC. Bellows. 

First Lieutfjjant of Marines J. A. Hughes. 

Chief Boatswain A. Whipkey. 

Boatswain W. A. McDonald. 

Gunner B. P. Donneu.y. 

Carpenter C. E. Richardson. 

Warrant Machinist G. O. Littlefield. 

Warrant Machinist W. Berentson. 

Warrant Machinist E. Q. Affleck. 

Warrant Machinist G. E. Howard. 

Officers of the United States Slnp Cleveland. 

Commander J. T. Newton, Uommandinq. 
Lieutenant Commander H. H. Hough. 
Lieutenant D. S. Mahoney. 
Lieutenant W. G. Mitchell. 
Lieutenant H. C. Cocke. 
Lieutenant J. B. Gay. 
Ensign A. Staton. 
En'sign H. S. Howard. 
Midshipman J. O. Gawne. 
a Midshipman J. F. Atkinson. 
Surgeon W. M. Wheeler. 
Assistant Paymaster F. J. Daly. 
Boatswain J. Eberwine. 
Acting Gunner C. J. Miller. 
Chief Carpenter F. H. Preble. 
Warrant Machinist R. T. Scott. 
Warrant Machinist J. Burns. 
Acting Warrant Machinist W. D. Sullivan. 
Pay Clerk J. A. Donagan. 



a Joined U. S. S. Cibola,..! AuKust IL !!♦(>«. 



28 SUMMER CRUISE, 1906. 

Officers of the United States Ship Denver, 

Commander J. C. Colwell, Commanding, 

Lieutenant Commander M. L. Miller. 

Lieutenant H. B Price 

Lieutenant F. L. Sheffield. 

Lieutenant H. L. Wyman. 

Ensign J. A. Campbell, Jr. 

Ensign C. A. Blakely. 

Ensign P. E. Dampman. 

Ensign S. L. H. Hazard. 

Chief Gunner F. T. Applegate. 

Chief Boatswain E. H. Eycke. 

Chief Carpenter F. C. LePine. 

Past Assistant Surgeon R. W. Plummer. 

Assistant Paymaster R. W. Schumann. 

Warrant Machinist J. Fitton. 

Warrant Machinist W. T. Robinson. 

Warrant Machinist B. B. Bowie. 

Pay Clerk G. A. Wilcox. 

Offlcers of the United States Ship Des Moines, 

Commander W. F. Hals(^.y, Commanding, 
a Lieutenant Commander G. F. Cooper. 
Lieutenant S. V. Graham. 
Lieutenant F. E. Ridgely. 
Lieutenant R. T. Menner. 
Ensign J. P. Murdoch . 
Ensign F. B. Freyer. 
Ensign D. B. Craig. 
Ensign G. M. Baum. 
Past Assistant Surgeon J. A. Murphy. 
Assistant Paymaster W. L. F. Simonpietri. 
Acting Boatswain W. Derrington. 
Chief Gunner A. Olsson. 
Chief Carpenter F. Gilbert. 
Warrant Machinist C. L. Phillips. 
Warrant Machinist R. Jeff ares. 
Warrant Machinist J. L. McCormack. 
Pay Clerk T. F. Howe. 

Offl^cers of the United States Ship Newark, 

Captain G. P. Colvocorf-sses, Commanding. 

Lieutenant Commander L. C. Bertolette. 

Lieutenant Commander W. V. Pratt. 

Lieutenant D. W. Todd. 

Lieutenant G. S. Lincoln. 

Lieutenant E. C. <Kalbfus. 

Lieutenant C. P. Snyder. 

Lieutenant W. K. Riddle. 

Lieutenant W. N. Jeffers. 

Past Assistant Surgeon R. E. Hoyt. 

Assistant Paymaster N. B. Farwell. 

Chief Boatswain J. McLaughlin. 

Gunner Henry Rieck. 

Chief Carpenter G. J. Shaw. 

Warrant Machinist R. F. Nourse. 



.r Detached July 25, 1906. 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1906. 29 

Officers of the United States Ship Florida. 

a Commander C. W. Bartlktt, Commanding. 

Commander W. I. Chambers, Commanding. 

Lieutenant Commander J. H. Reid. 

Lieutenant T. T. Craven. 

Lieutenant F. J. Horne. 

Lieutenant R. Morris. 

Ensign B. K. Johnson. 
b Surgeon M. S. Elliott. 

Past Assistant Surgeon J. H. Iden. 

Assistant Paymaster T. Williamson, Jr. 

Gunner H. Ernest. 

Chief Carpenter T. C. Cooney. 

Warrant Machinist J. Quill. 

Warrant Machinist F. J. McAllister. 

Pay Clerk R. R. Ebel. 

Officers of the United States Ship Arkansas. 

Commander Rogers H. Galt, Commanding. 

Lieutenant Commander H. J. Ziegemeier. 

Lieutenant W. T. Cluverius. 

Lieutenant R. I. Curtin. 

Lieutenant E. P. Svarz. 
c Lieutenant Hayne Ellis. 

Ensign G. P. Nightingale. 
d Ensign W. D. Puleston. 

Midshipman J. H. Newton, Jr. 

Surgeon E. J. Grow. 

Assistant Paymaster E. H. Van Patten. 

Boatswain A. H. Hewson. 

Gunner A. S. Pearson. 

Gunner R. M. O'Connor. 

Carpenter J. J. Murphy. 

Warrant Machinist F. F. Krainek. 

Officers of the United States Ship Nevada. 

Commander Alfred Reynolds, Commanding. 
Lieutenant Commander H. G. Gates. 
Lieutenant A. M. Cook. 
Lieutenant C. M. Tozer. 
Lieutenant S. Gannon. 
c Lieutenant Hayne Ellis. 
Ensign O. W. Fowler. 
ef Ensign W. D. Puleston. 
Surgeon William H. Bell. 
Past Assistant Paymaster E. H. Tricou. 
Chief Gunner Samuel Chiles. 
Carpenter Albert Tucker. 
Warrant Machinist B. F. Beers. 
Warrant Machinist Martin Casey. 



a Kelipved July i'7, VMH]. 

b Detached August 21. I'.inr,. 

c Detached A'e»vf'//i to Arl.-nni^i" .luiir 1>, I'.'im;. 

r/I>etH(hcd.IuiiC IS. I'.uKl. 

^Joined Senula .Iuim' S.i. !!»(«;. 

rDetacheil yWaila Julv 1-'. I'.KHi. 



OSieem of the Uniled S 
LlKOTENANT COMUANUER A. : 

a Lieutenant O. £. Oklu. 
LiEDTENANT B. B. Pope. 

LiKCTEKANT A. B. KKATINO. 

Assistant Sukgeon P. T. Dessez. 
Assistant Paymaster W. N. Hvgues. 
Boatswain Albert Sbeokte. 
Chief Carpenter J. I, Haley, 



' Detail op Midshiphbn for Suumei 


a Cbdise. laUS. 




ARKANSAS. 






nrgt elaag. 




Allen. 


Holden. 


b Norton. 


Barker. 


Howard. 


Parker. R. C. 


Bemhard. 


Hyatt. 


Pu(£h. 


Bratton. 


Joerna. 


Sherlock. 


Clark, V. B. 


KeUer. C. S. 


Shonerd. 


Coffmaii. 


King. 


Spencer. 


Conditt. 


Krakow. 


Swasey. 


CroBse. 


Lando. 


Thibanlt. 


DuBose. 


Lichi*n8tein. 


Tiimbnll. 


Einrich. 


Lombard. 


Ware. 


Gearing. 


McCrary. 


White. 


Griffiths. 


McKinney. 


Windsor. 


GnUiver, 


-Monteser. 

Mrsl i-Jaw. 




Baer. 


Hinkatnp. 


Miles- 


Cassidv. 


Jewell. 


Prvor. 


Coi. 


Knox. 


Smith, W. T. 


Galloway. 


Logan. 

Stcondclage. 


TorlinsH. 


Allen. 


Heiberg. 


Rankin. 


Bacon. 


Hickw. 


Rineharl. 


Baetedo. 


Hitclicock. 


Rountree. 


BeiMl. 


Hunsaker. 


Schipfrt-. 


Beet. 


HontiT. 


Smith. Jas-D, 


Bowerfind. 


James. C. M. 


Smith. P. L, 


BrereWn. 


Jukes. 


Speicher. 


Bnrdick. 


Kemp. 


Stark. 


Catpender. 


Knaosii. 


Stewart, L. S. 


Clark, C. C. 


La Bounty. 


Stranas. 


Cochran. 


Leahy. 


Thomas. C. C. 


Connor. 


Lemly. 


Trippe. 


Cutts. 


McCanley, C. 


Vande.C;.rr. 


DaviB. L, C. 


McOnire. 


Walling. 


Donald. 


Marion. 


Welsh imer. 


Duncan. 


Munroe. 


WUhplm. J 


EBtesa. 


GlBon. 


Willeit. J 


Foy. 


Parsoni". 


Wilson. W. 4 


Gntlirie. 


Penn. 


Young. J 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1906. 



31 



CLEVELAND — Continued. 





Third class. 






Gailer. 


Reordan. 




Haines. 


Ridgely. 




Hedrick. 


Roberts, W. L 


IP. 


Hoey. 


Rutter. 




Joers. 


Settle. 




Jones, T. H. 


Slinglnff. 


p. 


KeUy. 


Spalding. 


»^ 


Kirkman. 


Stoddard. 




Lanphier. 


Thornton. 




Leighton. 


Towusend. 




Logan. 


Trever. 




McCandlish. 


Van Metre. 




McGlasRon. 


Waddell. 




Malonej. 


Weaver. 




Merrick. 


Weyerbacher. 




Moses. 


Wilkinson. 




Olendorf. 


Woodson. 




Piatt. 


Yost. 




Quale. 






DENVER. 






First dass. 






HoUiday. 


Montgomery. 


5. F. 


Johnstone. 


Ravenscroft. 




Lafrenz. 


Stevenson. 




a Lynch. 


Vossler. 




Second class. 






Herbster. 


Porter. 




Hill, K. L. 


Rockwell. 




Hodgman. 


Saufley. 




Irish. 


Seymour. 




James, J. 


Smith, K. F. 




Kauffman. 


Smith, W. 




Eilpatrick. 


Spore. 




Knerr. 


Steckel. 




Laizure. 


Stiles. 


B. 


LeBourgeois. 


Strother. 




Loftin. 


Thomas, R. G. 




McClain. 


Turner, R. K. 




McKee. 


Vaiiderhoof. 




Markland. 


Warren. 




Moore. 


West. 


R. 


Nelson. 


Wilkinson. 




O'Rear. 


Wilson, E. E. 




Pashley. 


W'uest. 


H. 


Peterson. 




n, £. H. 


Pickett. 





a Or»nt«d 8 days leave from Auj^nnt 4. 

b Tr»nafarred to Naval Hocpital. Washington, AuKn.Ht r 



32 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1906. 



DENVER — continued. 





Third class. 




Alford. 


Gunther. 


Bawls. 


Ashley. 


Hambsch. 


Rice. 


Bartlett. 


Henderson. 


Bieger. 


Benson. 


Humbert. 


Saxer. 


Borchardt. 


Johnson, F. E. 


Sexton. 


Bradford. 


Jungling. 


Sloan. 


Bunkley. 


Kennedy. 


Spiller. 


Bye. 


Koehler. 


Strickland. 


Carey. 


Lansdowue. 


Tilley. 


Chambers. 


Lind. 


Train. 


Coman. 


Lothrop. 


Van de Boe. 


Davis, C. C. 


McCauley. 


Van Valkenbur^^ 


Deem. 


McFarlane. 


Waddington. 


Donelson. 


Manahan. ^ 


Wells. 


a Dreutzer. 


MUler. 


Weyler. 


Elliot. 


Murphy. 


Williams. 


Fowler. 


Ordway. 


Wright. 


Gibson. 


Poole. 




Grebe. 


Quillian. 

DBS MOINRS. 

First dass. 




Bellinger. 


Hovey. 


Nichols. 


Cochrane. 


Kays. 


Scheibla. 


Dichman. 


Laird. 


Strait. 


Goldthwaite. 


McConnell. 
Second class. 


Wallace. 


Austin. 


Hewlett. 


Reid. 


Barnes. 


Hilliard. 


Rogers. 


Beanfield. 


Holland. 


Schaffer. 


Berg. 


Iseman. 


Shafroth. 


Blakeslee. 


Jennings. 


Smith, 0., jr. 


Bovntoii. 


Keleher. 


Smith, W. R., jr. 


Calhoun. 


King. 


Staley. 


Charlton. 


Kraus. 


Stevens. 


Clark, R. W. 


Lammers. 


Stoer. 


Coinorford. 


Lee, A. 


Taylor. 


Crosliv. 


Jjowell. 


Tipton. 


Davis, C. H., jr. 


MeCorinick. 


Turner, W. W. 


Dilm'll. 


McNeill. 


Van Auken. 


Doxrv. 


Martin. 


Van der Veer. 


Einiiu'rsoii. 


Muell(»r. 

< 


Waters. 


Farn'll. 


N orris. * 


. White. 


Grcig. 


Oswald. 


Wille. 


Hainiltoii. 


Patterson. 


Wilson, G. F. 


Hrroii. 


Peyton. 

.« HrHiglHul July 30. 


Yates. 







8UMMBB CRUISB, 1906. 





DBS MOINS&— continned. 






Third cl€U8, 




Ilewelt. 


Gwyun. 


Richardson. 


igg- 


Hatcher. 


Bobbins. 


jcker. 


Heney. 


Robertson, R. S., jr. 


xiihxtd.. 


Htutvedt. 


Scanland. 


^rlancl. 


Johnson, L. P. 


Shea. 


aiflted. 


Keep. 


Smith, H. T. 


ir^ck. 


King. 


Stephenson. 


xapbell. 


Koenig. ^^ 


Stuart. 


,rroll. 


Leaphart. 


Todd. 


i^pline. 


Lindley. 


Trammell. 


>iiifort. 


Lncas. 


Van Hook. 


^vis, R. H. 


McDowell. 


Vetter. 


bMoU. 


Maddox. 


Ward. 


o-wner. 


Manock. 


Welsh. 


ie. 


b Mooney. 


Wickham. 


adel. 


Nordyke. 


Winters. 


)X. 


Pannach. 


Yates. 


illette. 


Porter. 




•een, F. 


Redman. 






FLORIDA. 


• 




First class. 




stin. 


Homer. 


Parker, J., jr. 


i^bman. 


Humphrey. 


cPritchard. 


clcbuni. 


Ingram. 


Ritter. 


ice, B. H. 


Jones, H. A. 


Shirley. 


tnent, S. A. 


Keller, H. R. 


Smith, R. R. 


rs-well. 


Klein. 


Stewart. 


iris. 


Tiagerqnist. 


Symington. 


lenhower. 


Leonard. 


Tod. 


Ie. 


Lofqnist. 


Walker. 


>Der. 


McClure. 


Welte. 


Lmor. 


McGill. 


Williams. 


>«s, R. F. 


Mallison. 




rxderson, S. L. 


Murray. 

NEVADA. 

First class. 




►\)ett. 


Beehler. 


Caskey. 


Isins. 


Bemis. 


Child. 


YDbitt. 


Bowdey. 


Clark, C. R. 




Bradley. 


Copeland. 


tlier, G. E. 


Brown. 


Crenshaw. 


jtssett. 


Bruce, B. 


Cruse. 


^auregard. 


Burford. 


Cumming. 


eck. 


Campbell. 


Cummings. 



a Tntosferred to Naval Hospital, Newport, July 3(.». 

b Onnted leave Aagust 5. 

e Granted leave from AuKust 1. 

dTranaferred to Naval Uoepitul, Now York, August 13. 

« Joined Florida from August 2 to 25. 



6lM — 8 



34 



SUMMER CRUISE, 1906. 



NEVADA— contintied. 
First clcus — Continued. 



Davis, G. E. 


Jones, C. A. 


Osbom. 


Davy. 


Keiran. 


Page. 


Dunn. 


Kenyon. 


Read, A. C. 


Dyer. 


Keppler. 


Rhodes. 


Edwards. 


Kimball. 


Robinson. 


Evans. 


Lamnan. 


Russell. 


Farquhar. 


Lawrence. 


Schelling. 


Frank. 


Lee, W. H. 


Schuyler. 


Frellsen. 


Lewis. 


Scott. 


Gill. 


Libbey. 


Slay ton. 


Grass, F. E. 


Lowell. 


* Spruance. 


Gygax. 


McCormack. 


Starr. 


Hammond. 


McWhorter. 


Stevens, L. M. 


Hanson. 


MathewsoD. 


Stover. 


Hewitt. 


Mazfield. 


Taylor, B. B. 


HiU. 


Mayfield. 


Theobald. 


Holcomb. 


Milner. 


Ulrich. 


Hoover. 


Munroe. 


Walsh. 


Howell. 


Murfin. 


Williamson. 


Jacobs. 


Needham. 


Woodward. 


Johnson. 


Nixon. 

NEWARK. 

First class. 


Wright. 


Aluiy. 


Heim. 


McKittrick. 


Brooks. 


Hydrick. 


Pousland. 


Cor win. 


Kittel. 


Simpson. 


Ewing. 


Lilley. 

Second class. 


Thomson. 


Babcock. 


Emmet. 


McDonald. 


Barnett. 


Forgus. 


Magruder. 


Beardall. 


Gresham. 


Mecleary. 


Berry. 


Harris, C. A. 


b Meredith. 


Botsford. 


Hickey. 


Muir. 


Brandt. 


Hird. ' 


Norton. 


Buck. 


Hulings. 


Owen. 


Caruiichael. 


Jaeger. 


Payne. 


Chew. 


Jordan. 


Pierce. 


a Cleveland. 


Kemman. 


b Piersol. 


Conger. 


Kinkaid. 


Pumell. 


Cunningham. 


Labhardt. 


Reimers. 


Davis, H. F. D. 


Latham. 


Ross. 


Dolan. 


Lee, W. A., jr. 


Schanze. 


Ducey. 


Lucas. 


Smith, F. R., jr. 



a Sent to Naval IIo^iuUiI, Newport, R. I., on August 9. 
b JoiuedJuly 15. 



SmOfSR CRUI5K, 190(k 



35 



Bamer. 


Wwm. 


MaiUey. 


^<flfti>fflfi-, 


FiiedelL 


Meade. 


BSESMgOej. 


GOrc^. 


Morrison. 


Boodier. 


Greene, O. C. 


Nortbcroft. 


Bnndt. 


Haas. 


Pendleton. 


Batler,H.M. 


Haxton. 


Price. 


Guune. 


Heywood. 


Reevetfi. 


Citer, 


Jones, R. E. 


RicheT. 


Ohnrcii. 


Keester. 


Roberts, C. S. 


Cooper. 


Kirk. 


a Robertson, M. C. 


Dayton. 


Lange. 


Rnhl. 


Dessex. 


LeOair. 


Sdmack. 


Doyle. 


Lindsay. 


bShreiner. 


Dmnt. 


McCabe. 


Smith. W. W. 


Elder. 


McElihiff. 




( 


a JoiMd Jue 27. 


b Joined Jaljr 29. 



CLASS APPOINTED IN 1901. 



39 



f the Class appointed in 190 ly performing required service afloat — 

llJ^ members — Continned. 



Name. 



lorace Christopher 

pe, Dnncan Ingraham . . . 
I, Sylvester Howard, jr. . 

m, Joe Ralph 

3y , William 

snry Atwood 

m, John Franklin 

, Francis Gaines 

, Vaughn Kimball 

je. Half ord Robert 

Virgil - 

, Benjamin, jr 

J Reed Marquett 

orth, Alexander Scam- 

, James Sterrett 

Edward Guerrant 

ind, Lloyd Woolsey 

)r, John CuUin 

, Frank Nathaniel 

1, Robert Allen 

I, Herbert Hart 

Benjamin Harrison 

g, Kenneth _ 

e, Jolm Morris 

Charles Morrison 

urger, Ralph Beaver 

Tohn Enoch 

, Hamilton Freer 

Henry 

, William Peace 



state from which appointed. 



Date of 
admission. 



Vernon, Tex 

At large 

Toledo, Ohio 

Saco, Me 

Susquehanna, Pa 

Traverse City, Mich. 

Waverly, Ga 

New York City 

La Crosse, Wis 

Lyndon, HI 

Bloomington, Tenn . 

Meadville, Pa 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Elizabeth City, N. C 



Lewiston, Pa 

Winchester, Ky 

Atlantic City, N. J. 
Bowling Green, Ky 

Eureka, Cal 

Petersburg, Va 

Reno, Nev 

Trov, Kans 

Larchmont, N. Y . . 
Amsterdam, N. Y. . 
Knoxville, Tenn . . . 

Norristown, Pa 

Hawaii . . 

Orangeburg, S. C . . 
Philadelphia, Pa . . 
Wetumpka, Ala ..- 



Sept. 


9,1901 


June 


8, 1901 


Sept. 


9, 1901 


May 


8,1901 


Sept. 


9, 1901 


May 


27, 1901 


May 


24,1901 


Sept. 


24, 1901 


July 


2i), 1901 


Sept. 


11,1901 


Sept. 


23, 1901 


May 


23, 1901 


Sept. 


2:J, 1901 


Sept. 


12, 1901 


May 


24,1901 


Sept. 


9,1901 


Sept. 


11,1901 


Sept. 


10, 1901 


Sept. 


9, 1901 


Mav 


21,1901 


Sept. 


25, 1901 


May 


27, 1901 


May 


24,1901 


Sept. 


9,1901 


Sept. 


9, 1901 


May 


22,1901 


Sept. 


9,1901 


May 


24,1901 


June 


8, li)01 


Sept. 


27,1901 



w 


CLASS APPOINTED IN 1903. 


■ 


K. 




mT 




i 


m 


ti««. 


Blow [nni whicb >|it<ali>ul. 


1 


f a 
















1 "3 




Walthaiij. Mass 

Lancaater,Ky 


S«pl 




1 .4 






H '° 


Wright, iieorge Barnej - - . - 


Fergus Falls, Minn 


Sepl 










H " 


BarkiT, Wnilaui Cyrni*, jr 


Salt Lake City. Utah_... 


Oct. 


^m " 


Bryan, George Slosn 


ScoUandNeck,K.C 


An, 


^m ' 


Wilhelm, AuguatnB Christian ... 


Sandusky, Ohio 


Hot 








May 


■ " 


Lowman, Roy lieighton 


Johnstown, Pa 


Sept 


^H 12 


Ghormley. Robert Leo 


Moscow, Idaho 


Sept 


^H 13 


Calhonn , William Lowndes 


Palatka,Pla -... 


Sept 






Wyoming 




H-'° 


Noyea, Leigh 


Sept 


^B >" 


Wallace, Stephen Winchester.- 


SaltLake City, Utah---. 


Nov, 


H " 


Lorshhongh, Walter wmiam_.. 


Fargo.N. Dak 


Nov. 


H " 


Armstrong, Edward Bewes 


Indianapolis, Ind 


Sept 


^" 1" 


Atkins, Lew Morton 


Butte, Mont 


Sept 


f so 


Moaea, Edward Seabring - - - 


New York.N. Y._ 


Anir 


81 


Glassf ord , W illiam Alciander .jr. 


Las Vegas, N. Mei 


Aw 


2a 


Taylor, Conant 


Brooklyn, N.Y 


Sept. 


23 


McDonald, Ray Straith .... 


Grafton, N. Dak 


Nov. 


24 


French. Herbert Jnatice 


Lancaster, Mo 


Auk. 




HaU, William Alden 




Aug. 
Sepl. 
Sept 


1 






■ " 


Bristol. Arthur LeRoy, jr 


Charleaton.S. C 








A.W. 
Sepl 
M.V 


^P 39 




Montclair, N. J 


^ SO 


Riebe, Herbert Bernard 


Rochester, Minn 








Aog. 
Sept 


33 


Collina. Jiilian Herbert 


Charleston, S. C 




Bwell. Laurence Middleton 

Draemel, Milo F 




Aug. 
Sept. 


S4 


Fremont, Nebr 


35 


Withers. Thomas, jr 


Denver, Colo -- 


Sept 


M 


Smith, Roy Francis 


Minnesota 


II.T 


37 


Wilson, Pierre Light 


Baltimore, Md 


Nov. 


38 
89 
40 




ColumbiiB Grove. Ohio . 


Sept. 
Sept. 


Shute, Isaac Clarke 

Welch, Leo Francis 


Worcester. Mass 


41 


Jacobs, Walter Frederick 


Killingly, Conn _ 


.Ira. 


43 


Bjirtlett, Owen 


Michigan 


Sepl. 


\ " 


Pence. Harry Langley - 


Columbus, Ohio . 




1 44 


Graves, Carroll Stephen. ._ 


Spokane. Wash 


Sept. 


1 40 


Stevenson. WUliam HoUister.... 


Newberu.N.C 


!»pt. 


y 


Rejchmnth, Ferdinand Lonis 

h 


Ripon.Wis 


Nov. 



V CLASS APPOINTED IN 1B03. 


^^^1 


W ViilAifmra of the t'laim itppfiinffid in rfKlt. fvrfnrminfiri'ifiiinvlxpnricrtiltoat— ^^| 




■ 


1= 


tU>I« tn>m whlrb ippolnUd. 


smKor ^^1 


*7 Mevers, Arthur Christian 


St. Louis. Mo- 


Sept. 24,1909 






Mnrphysboro, ni 

St. Jrihnsbnry, Vt 




IS 


Poller, Henry Grafton 


Jnne S,1901 


Kl 


Smitb. Norman Mnrray 


Wlllistnn.S.C 


Ang. 30, 1808 


2 




Salem. Oreg 

Wayne, Pa 


Sept. 24, 190ft ^H 
Ang. 80,1902^^1 


White, Koljert Arnold 


B 


Kidd. lBaa<' CanipbeU 


Cleveland. Ohio 


Sept 33,1 00ft ^H 


M Russell, Christopher Angnr 


Boston, Mass 


Sept. ae, 190ft ^H 


K Cansey, Lewis Dean 


Berwick, Miss 


May T.IIKW^H 


M Hayes. William Paraons 


Louisville, Ky 


Nov. S5,190»^H 


U Hull, Wolcott Ellsworth 


Lowell, Mass 


Ang, 89, IDOft ^H 


B Roberts, Frank Hamilton 


New Haven, Conn 


Sept. ZT>, lOOft ^H 


ft Hicte>'. Andrew Samuel _.. 


Kingston. N. T 


May '10. 100ft ^H 


« Stiles, William Cullender Irvine. 


Minnesota 


Sept. 20, IWft ^H 








V Doherty, Stephen 




Aug. 29, lOOa ^H 


R Connor, John Francis 


Hamilton, Ohio — . 


May 5,1902 H 


It WooAroff. Charles Armijo 




Sept. 24, lOOS ^H 
Sept. %i, 1 003 


Williamsport, Pa 






May U,190a 


r ' Booth, William Harris 


Grove, Va 


May -10,1008 


e Alexander, George Andrew 


Cincinnati, Ohio 


Sent. 25. 1903 


■ Sradder, Randolph Perrv 


North Yakima, Wash . . . 


Mav ID. IBOa ^ 


n 


HartJKan , Charles Conway 


Norwich, N.Y 


May 10.1903 ^1 


fl 


McWborter, Charles Stokely ... . 


Woodville.Ga 


Nov. 33,1903 ^M 


IS 


Pnller, Douglas Ward well 


Rockland, Me 


May 8.1008 ^ 


18 


Miidden. WilBonEris 


Crockett. Tei 


Sept. 3,1903 


W Woodworth, Edwin Borke - 


Cnero.Tes 


Ang. 30,1903 






Sept. 37. 1903 

Sept. 38, 1903 


78 EmpTson. Herbert Franklin 


Sionx Falls. S. Dak 


77 Brainard, BolandMunroe 


niinoia 


Sept. 24, 1908 


7S Stapler, John Taylor Oanae 


New York, N.y 


May 22,1901 






May 5,1903 








^\ 


Anderson, Leslie Barratt 


Philadelphia, Pa 


Aug. 30,1003 


W 


Manly . Matthias Evans 


Newbem.N.C 


Sept. 26. 1008 


S) 


Walker. Renben Lindsay 


Richmond, Va 


Sept. 26. 1902 


« 


R**s, Albert Shafner 


Fayetteville. Tenn 


May 22,1008 


>« 


Lake, George Ernest 


Evanston, 111 


May 10,1902 


K 






May 10,1903 
Sept. 3,1003 


•(7 


.Tones. Harold 


Orpen shorn, Ala 


b8 


Mann. Richard Ray 






m 


Cooler, H"lliBMoMly__ 


Ann Arbor, Mich 


Sept. 27, 1908 


110 


Clarke. Wilfred Everett 


Blizttbethton, Tenn 


May 8,1903 


SI 


Csrstein, Lorenz William Fritz.. 


Cambridge. Mass _ . 


Ang. 29, 1903 


k' WMhbiirn,EdwanlDavia 


Romney, W. Va 


Sept. 25, 1008 



40 CLASS APPOINTED IN IM3. 


^W 


MMah Innirn nf thp Clnmi amntyinted in imt. ntrrfm-minn reauired service afloo^^^l 




m 


li 


.^. 


Blue Imm which ippoliiWI. 


Itafol'^^l 












l>r«ke. Whitford 




Sept. 26, 1002 1 


•3 


BUUfr. John Pniil - 




Sept. 2,1908 1 


•4 


Knos, Harry Gard 


Greenville, Ohio 


Sept. 25, 19U2 , 


•5 


YfrigbU Heorffe Barney . . - 


Fergus Falls, Minn 


Sept. 33.1002 


•6 


Jensen, Henrj Martin 


Benaon, Minn _- 


Sept. 2,1903 ' 


*7 


BartiT, WmUm Cyrus, jr 


Salt Lake City. Utah...- 


Oct. 8.1903 








ATig.80,1903 
Nov. 32. 1903 


» 


Wilhelm, Augnstiis Christian ._. 


Sandnsky.Ohio 


10 


Allen, Hugh Kerr ____ 


New Orleans, La 


May 14.1003 


11 


Lowmaa, RoyLeigbton 




Sept. 3,1903 








Sept. 33, 1803 . 
Sept 23, 1U03 1 


IS 


Calhoun . William Lowndes 


Palatka.Fla 


14 


Willson, RuBsell 


Wyoming 


Oct. 1.11W3 


. 15 


Noyefi,Leigh__ 


St. Johnabnry, Vt 


Sept. ^a. 1903 


16 


WaUace, Stephen Winchester... 


Salt Lake City, Utah.... 


Nov. 31. 1003 


17 


LoFBhhongh, Walter WiUiam . . - 


Fargo,N. Dak 


Not. 21,1903 


18 


Armstrong, Edward Be wea 


Indianapolis, Ind 


Sept. 24, 1003 


19 


Atkins, Lew Morton 


Butte, Mont...- 


Sept. 23.1902 


SO 


Moses, Edward Seahring 


NewYork,N. Y.- 


Ang, 39. 1902 


31 


GlaBBford.William Alexander, jr. 


Las Vegas, N. Mei 


A«g. 30, 1003 


23 


Taylor. Conant 


Brooklyn.N.Y 


Sept. 3,1903 


23 


McDonald. Ray Straith 


Grafton. N. Dak.__ 


Nov. 33. 1903 


34 


French. Herbert Jnstice - - 


Lancaster. Mo 


Aug. 88, 1903 








Aug. 99. 1902 
Sept. 36. 1903 
Sept. 28, 1903 








87 


Bristol. Arthnr LeRoy. jr 


Charleston, S.C 


S8 






Aug. 20. 1903 
Sept. 30.1903 


ae 


Decker. Walter Boardman 


Montclair. N. J 


80 


Riebe. Herbert Bernard. 


Rochester. Minn 


May 10.1902 


31 






Ang. 30, IWa 
Sept. 25,1903 


3a 


Collins. Jnlian Herbert 


Charleston, S. C 


rsa 






Ang. 39. 1002 


^L 


Draemel, MiloF..., 




Sept. 1,1003 
















May 10.1002 








^m 






Sept. 24.1903 
Sept. 25. 1003 




Shute. Isaac Clarke 


Camden, N.J 


H 40 


Welch. Leo Francis 


Worcester, Mass - 


Sept. 24.1902 


H 41 


.Tacobs, Walter Frederick 


Killingly, Conn .. 


Jnne 8.1901 


^1 






Sept, 3n. 1003 
Sept. 24.1008 


^1 


Pence. Harry Langley 


ColnmbRB, Ohio _ 


^M 44 


Qravea, Carroll Stephen 


Spokane. Wash 


Sept. 24, 1002 


^H 


Stevenson. William Hollister .... 


Newbem.N.C 


Sept. 26. 1003 


^■_ ^ 


Reichmntb, Ferdinand Lonis 


Ripon.Wis. 


Nov. 21.1903 



PLASH APPOINTED IN 1WI2. 


41 1 


Midxhipmrn nf the (Hiia« iiitjininfiilin t90* prffnrming rvipiir^d nrri-it'^ ri.anni— 1 




m 


if 






9 


1? 


K»Ble. 


suu- (roBi *i.ich .pp^nM. 


..'^^1 H 






■ 


47 1 Mefers, Arthur ChriBtian 


St. Louis, Mo 


Sept. 24,1903"^ 


48 ] Delano, Han-ey 


MnrphyBboro,m__ 


Sept. 25, IB02 


49 1 FtUlBr, Henry Grafton 


St. Johnsbory.Vt 


June H, IMl 


50 1 Smith, Norman Mniray 


WilHaton. 3. C 


Ang. 30, 1903 


51 Perkins, Fred Milton _ _ 


Salem, Oreg _, 


Sept. 34, 1908 


52 White. Robert Arnold 


Wavne. Pa .-- 


Aug. 80,1008 


03 


Kidd.Isaat? Campbell _._ 


Cleveland. Ohio.--- -. 


Sept 23, 1903 


t54 


Rnssell, Christopher Angnr 


Boston, Mass .. 


Sept, 26. 1003 


55 


Canaey. Loma Dean 


Berwick, Miss.. .-.- - 


May 7.1002 


56 


Hayes, William Parsons _ _ 


Louisville, Ky 


Nov. 25,1003 


57 1 Hall, Woicott Ellsworth 


LowelL Mass 


Aug. «B, 1903 


58 Roberts. Frank Hamilton 


New Haven, Conn 


Sept. 2.5, 1908 


SB Hickey. Andrew Samnel _ . . 


Kingston. N.Y 


May "10, IBOa 


60 Stiles, William CrtUender Irvine. 


Minnesota 


Sept. 30. IBOa 








83 1 Doherty, Stephen _ 


Shawneetown. Ill 


Aug. 29, 1909 


68 Connor, John Francis 


Hamilton, Ohio 


May 5,1902 






Sept. 24, 1002 
Sept. 34. 1903 




WilliamBport, Pa 


66 Aiken. Hugh Kerr 




May 14,1908 
May 10. 1908 


67 1 Booth, William Harris 


Grove. Va -. 


68 1 Alesander. George Andrew 


Cincinnati, Ohio 


Sept. 25, 1003 


•M 


Scndder, Randolph Pero' 


North Yakima, Wash... 


May 10.1003 


70 


Hartigan , Charles Conway 


Norwich, N.Y -. 


May 10.1003 


71 


McWhorter, Charles Stokely .... 


WoodTme,Ga 


Nov. 23,1003 


72 


Fuller. Douglas WardweU 


Rockland. Me 


May 8.1003 


78 




Crockett. Tei- 


Sept. 2,1003 


74 


Woodworth, Edwin Burke 


Cuero.Tei 


Aug. 29, 1903 


75 


Field. Philip Henry __. 


Denver.Colo 


Sept. 27, 1902 


78 


Emerson, Herh»<rt Franklin 


Sioii.t Falls. S. Dak 


Sept. 23,1903 


77 


Brainard, Roland Munroe 


Illinois 


Sept. 24, 1902 


78 


Stapler, John Taylor Gauee 


New.York,N. Y 


May 33,1901 


7» 


Harter, Robert Locke.. __ 


WinBeld,KanB 


May 5,1903 


60 


McCain, John Sidney _ 


Carrollton, MisB 


Sept. 23, 1903 


61 


Andereon, Leslie Barratt 


Philadelphia, Pa 


Aug. M. 1903 


83 ; Manly. Matthijis Evans 


Newbero.N.C 


Sept. 26, 1908 


■ 83 1 Walker, Reuben Lindsay 


Richmond, Va 


Sept. 36, 1902 


84 1 H«e8, Albert Shafner _ 


Fayetteville, Tenn 


May 22,1908 


85 i Lake, George Ernest 


Evanaton,lll 


May 10,1903 










87 


Jones. Harold 




Sept. 2,1908 


88 






Sept. 20, 1903 
Sept. 27, 1902 


9» 


Cooley.H'.IlisMosely 


Ann Arbor. Mich 


» 


Ctarke, Wilfred Everett 


Elizabethton. Tenn 


May 3, 1902 


W 


Carstein, Loreuz William Frifz.. 


Cambridge, Mass 


Ang. 29. 1908 


93 Washhum. Edward Davis 


Romney. W. Va 


Sept. %\ 1903 



42 



CLASS APPOINTED IN 1902. 



Midshipmen of the Claaa appointed in 1902, performing required service afloat — 

116 members — Continned. 



0) «i 

•PC 



98 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

dr 

ttr 

t 
t 
t 
t 
t 

+t 
t 



Name. 



State from which appointed. 



Date of 
admission. 



Morrison, Donald Pettit 

Metealf , Victor Nicholson- . . 

Rogers, Fred Fremont 

Sharp, Alexander, jr 

Bemheim, Lynn Bernard . . . 

Mayo, Claude Banks 

Wolleson, Edwin Armin 

Hughes, Raleigh Edward . .. 

Davis, Garrett Keene 

Howe, William Bingham 

Goldman, Jefferson Briscoe . 

Bean, Paul Jones 

Coffin , Vestal Phelps 

Cake, Stuart William 

Cabaniss, Robert Wright . . . 

Olding, James Perdue 

Taffinder, Sherwoode Ay erst 
Stirling, Archibald Graham. 

Fitch, Aubrey Wray 

Lowe, Robert Vivian 

Bonvillian, Claude Albert . . . 
Kelly, Hemdon Browning. - 
Newton, William Flewelleu 
Garcelon, Arthur Alton, jr.. 



Missouri 

Oakland, Cal 

Clinton, 111 

At large 

Louisville, Ky 

Columbus, Miss. .. 

Belleville, 111 

Portland, Oreg... . 
G^eorgetown, Ky . . 
Spearfish, S. Dak . 

Gt)ldman, La 

Bastrop, Tex 

Boise, Idaho 

Pottsville, Pa 

Birmingham, Ala . 
Carson City, Nev . 
San Francisco, Cal 

Baltimore, Md 

St. Igiiace, Mich .. 
Brooklyn, N. Y... 

Houma, La 

Lebanon, Ky 

Georgia 

Auburn, Me 



Aug. 29 
Sept. 23 
Nov. 25 
May 10 
Aug. 29 
Nov. 21 
Sept. 2 
Nov. 22 
May 14 
May 10 
May 10 
Sept. 2 
Sept. 23 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 23 
Oct. 8 
Sept. 30 
Oct. 1 
May 8 
May. 8 
Sept. 2 
May 10 
May 12 
Sept. 25 



1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1906 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 



i> Placed at foot of chvsj*. 



RELATIVE STANDING OF MIDSHIPMEN. 



lUute* of the Midshipmen at the United States Naval Academy, at the beginning 
of the Academic Year 1906-1907; with the relative standing of the members 
of the first three classes, as determined at the Annual Examination, June, 

1906. 

• B«oeiT<id M per cent of the multiple. 

't Foand (ieflcient, allowed a reexamination, pamed, and continued with clafw. 

(* FoQod deficient, allowed a reexamination, failed, and recommended to be again reexamined. 

[-f Foand deficient in conduct, pawed, and continued with clatui. 

^ Betuned in next lower claaa. 

« AbwDt from examination. 

k Atneot (mm reexamination. 

r B«nfrQed. 

I Sick. 

dDiffiuiiMd. 

^Dropped. 

(45) 



CLASS APPOINTED IN 1903. 



Midahipmen of the Claaa appointed in 1903 (advanced aection), performing 
required service afloat—se m«fnber8. Oraduated September IS, I90e~-Oaa.VA. 



I1 



Mathewson, R. W . 

Dyer, H. T . 

Babbitt, H. E 

Brace, B ... 

Beaaregard, A. T.. 

Cliilrl, W. ft.... 

Burford, R. A., 

Lee,W. H 

Crenshaw, R. S.. 

Cummings, D. E . . 

Williamiioii, W. P 

Mnrfiii, H. C, jr.. 

Jacobs, R... 

Woodward, V. V . 

Robinson, C. R . 

Lowell, R.T.S. 

Edwards, R. S.. 

Lawrence, W. W ., 

Mayfield, I. H . 

Needham, R. C. 

Eeiran, R. T 

Howell, J. B.... 

Slayton, C. C ... 

Frellneu R. F .. 

Atkins. A. W... 

Masfield L. H.. 

I Hoover J H 

I Jones, C. A 

Hammond, P. H . . 
! WaMi. W. H... 
Campbell,H.... 

Kenyon, G. W.. 

Kimball. L. F .. 

McCormack, H. W . 

McWhorter E.D.. 

Farqnhar, A. S . 

BemiH, H.M 

Schclling, J. M . 

Taylor, B.B 

Oabnni, C. T .... 



., Durham, Conn 

. St. Paal,Minn 

., Honehtou,N Y 

,' Garden Grove, Iowa 

San Antonio, Tex 

.' Farwest.Utah 

. Ocala, F3a 

,■ Waynesville, N. C 

. Ricbmond. Va 

,' BeMdore,in_ 

. Winona, Minn 

. Jackson, Ohio ...',.. ... 

.■ Danville, Pa 

.■ CharieBtoo, W.Va 

.1 Spartanburg S. C 

,j Statenlsland, N. Y.... 

... Philadelphia. Pa 

Colorado Springs, Colo- 
Rnston, La _. 

' Monson.Mass 



Bosi 



1, Mass 



, SanFriuiriacu Cal 
.' SpringBeM Ohio. 
. 'WMterloo, Iowa. . 
,j EastOrange N J 
J St. Paul. Minn-., 

[ Adel, Mont 

.' Charleston, W. Vi 
. Talladega. Ala.-- 

Brooklyii,N. Y_. 

.' Oakmont, Pa 

' yiiiiFr;Uifi.-^co,Ca 

llriittl. twro Vt_. 

Furt My^rw Fia_ . 
. Bllistown, Mies .. 
.. Bucyrus. Ohio ... 

Oshkosh, Wis I June 

. LeafRiver.Ill July 

. Middlebury, Vt May 

Jacksonville, Ohio Ang. 



June 1: 
Jnne 11 

May I 

Jnne Si 
Jnly ( 
Jnly 1 
May 3! 
Jnne 3! 
Jnne 9 
June a 
Ang. 
Jnly ; 
Jnne 31 
Jnne SI 
Jnne 21 
JtineS 
May 2: 

June 2: 
July I 
June 2! 

June 1 
June 2! 

June 2! 
June II 
July ; 
Mar. 31 
July I 
June 2 
June 2 
May I 



,1903 
. lOOS 
, 1903 
,1903 
1903 



,1903 
,1903 
,1903 



,1903 
, 1903 
,1903 



, 1903 
,1903 
, 1903 
, 19a3 
, 1903 
, 1003 
,1903 
, 1903 



,1903 
, 1903 
, IBW 



MlDSHIPMBK APPOINTED IN 1903. 
n—ArauKtl Kaimiitation, ffebrvarv, 1900. 



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62 


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77 1 99 


82 


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76 , 61 '115 


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33 ■ 27 77 


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101 


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83 ' 80 llU 


116 


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32 


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56 


61 


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64 



46 



MIDSHIPMEN APPOINTED IN 1902. 



Relative standing of the Midshipmen appointed in 1902^- 



a 



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70 
61 
12 
85 
17 
21 
22 
50 
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89 
88 

tt 

78 

52 
20 

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11 

95 

64 

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81 

tt 
45 

98 

92 

103 

18 

65 

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39 

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53 

t 
30 

25 

99 

35 

64 



Aiken, Hugh Kerr 

Alexander, George Andrew 

Allen, Hugh 

Anderson. Leslie Barratt 

Armstrong, Eldred Bewes 

Atkins, Lew Morton 

Barker, William Cyrus, jr 

Bartlett, Owen 

Bean, PanlJones 

Bernheim, Lynn Bernard 

Bogart, Isaac Crabell 

Bonvillian, Claude Albert 

Booth, William Harris - 

Brainard, Roland Munroe 

Bristol, Arthur Leroy, jr 

Bryan, George Sloan 

Cabaniss, Rol)ert Wright 

Cake, Stuart William 

Calhoun, William Lowndes 

Carstein, Lorenz William Fritz 
Causey, Lewis Dean 

Chantry, Allan J-, jr • 

Clarke, Wilfred Everett 

Coffin, Vestal Phelps 

Collins, Julian Herbert 

Connor, John Francis 

Cooley . Hollis Mosely 

Davis, Garrett Keene 

Decker, Walter Boardman 

Delano, Harvey 

Doherty , Stephen 

Draemel, Milo F -.. 

Drake, Whitford 

Emerson, Her])ert Franklin 

Ewell, Laurence Middletou 

Field, Philip Henry 

Fitch, Aubrey Wray 

Fletcher, Frank Jack 

French, Herbert Justice 

Fuller, Douglas Wardell 

Fuller, Henry Grafton 

Garcelon, Arthur Alton, jr 



Appointed from — 



Date of 



>n. 



New Orleans, La .. . 
Cincinnati, Ohio .-. 

Milwaukee , Wis 

Philadelphia, Pa . . . 
Indianapolis, Ind... 

Butte, Mont 

Salt Lake aty, Utah 

Michigan 

Bastrop, Tex 

Louisville, Ky 

Columbus Grove, 0_ 

Houma, La 

Grove, Va 

Illinois 

Charleston, S. C 

Scotland Neck, N.C- 
Birmingham, Ala .. 

Pottsville, Pa 

Palatka, Fla 

Cambridge, Mass... 

Berwick, Miss 

Malvern, Iowa 

Elizabeth ton, Tenn. 

Boise. Idaho 

Charleston, S. C 

Hamilton, Ohio 

Ann Arl)or, Mich . . 
Georgetown, Ky ... 

Montclair, N. J 

Murphy sboro, lU... 
Shawneetowu, 111 .. 

Fremont, Nebr 

Waltham, Mass 

Sioux Falls, S.Dak.. 

Baltimore, Md 

Denver, Colo 

St. Ignace, Mich ... 
Marshall to wn,Iowa . 

Lancaster, Mo . 

Rockland, Me 

St. Johnsbury, Vt.. 
Auburn, Me 



May 14 
Sept. 25 
May 7 
Aug. 80 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 23 
Oct. 8 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 2 
Aug. 29 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 2 
May 10 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 28 
Aug. 80 
I Sept. 23 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 23 
Aug. 29 
May 7 
Sept. 11 
May « 
Sept. 23 
Sept. 25 
May 5 
Sept. 27 
May 14 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 25 
Aug. 29 
Sept. 1 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 23 
Aug. 29 
Sept. 27 
May 8 
Sept 26 
Aug. 28 
May 8 
June 8 
Sept. 25 



1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 

1902 i 

1902 

1902, 

1902 

1902 

1902 

19021 

1902 

1902, 

1902 

1902 

1902 1 

1902' 

1902 

1902 

1902 

19021 

1902 

1902, 

1902 

1902; 

1902: 

1901 

19021 



MIDSHIPMEN APPOINTED IN 1903. 
ier»— Annual Jixaminalioti, F^uary, iSOC— Contdnned. 



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78 ; 102 37 I 



54 77 50 , 



34 I 75 i 32 



115 113 ' 113 



10*1 82 ,103 , 10 I 14 i 



100 93 87 



I 43 19 13 



14 1 Z'>\ 20 ■ 



81 1113 97 44 103 



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15 14 19 15 . 57 11 

44 94 , 50 105 , 02 , 72 ' 



54 ' 59 1 92 ■ 47 I 
113 ' 52 : 103 '102 ' 



48 



MIDSHIPMEN APPOINTED IN 1902. 



Relative standing of the Midshipmen appointed in 190iS— 



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15 
28 

104 
76 
42 
82 
55 
69 
57 
29 
43 
28 

102 
83 
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10 

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93 

26 

82 
94 
96 
84 
90 
91 
38 
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44 



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61 

66 

97 




Ghormley, Robert Lee 

Glassf ord, William Alexander, jr . - . 

Goldman, Jefferson Briscoe 

Grady, Ronan Calistus _ 

Graves, Carroll Stephen 

Hall, William Alden _ 

Hall, Wolcott Ellsworth _ .. 

Harter, Robert Locke 

Hartigan, Charles Conway 

Hayes, William Parsons 

Hickey, Andrew Samuel 

Howard, Douglas Legate 

Howe, William Bingham 

Hughes, Raleigh Edward . .' 

Jacobs. Walter Frederick 

Jensen, Henry Martin 

Jones, Harold 

Kelly, Herndon Browning 

Kidd, Isaac Campbell 

Knox, Harry Gard 

Lake, George Ernest . . - 

Lorshbough, Walter William 

Lowe, Robert Vivian __ 

Lownian, Roy Leighton 

McCain, John Sidney — 

McDonald, Ray Straith 

Mc Whorter, Charles Stokely 

Madden, Wilson Erls 

Manly, Matthias Evans 

Mann, Richard Ray - . . 

Mayo, Claude Banks 

Metcalf , Victor Nicholson 

Meyers. Arthur Christian 

MiHer, John Paul 

Morrison, Donald Pettit - 

Moses, Edward Seabring 

Newton, William Flewellen 

Noyes, Leigh _ 

Olding, James Perdue 

Pence, Harry Langley _ _ . . . 

Perkins. Fred Milton _ 

Rees, Albert Shaf ner _ 



Appointed from — 



Date of 
admurioD. 



Moscow, Idaho Sept. 28, 1902 

Las Vegas, N. Mex . Aug. 80, 1902 

Goldman, La May 10, 1902 

East Boston, Mass.. May 10,1902 

Spokane, Wash Sept. 24, 1902 

North Easton,Mass- Aug. 29, 1902 

Lowell, Mass Aug. 29,1902 

Winfield, Kans -May 5, 1902 

Norwich, N.Y May 10,1902 

Louisville, iKy Nov. 21,1902 

Kingston, N.Y May 10,1902 

Illinois Aug. 29,1902 

Spearfish, S. Dak... May 10,1902 

Portland, Oreg Nov. 22, 1902 

Killingly, Conn June 8, 1901 

Benson,Minn Sept. 2,1902 

Greensboro, Ala ... Sept. 2, 1902 ' 

Lebanon, Ky_ May 10,1902; 

Cleveland, Ohio .... Sept. 23, 1902 ! 
GreenviUe, Oliio. . . . ] Sept. 25, 1902 j 

Evanston,Ill- May 10, 1902 i 

Fargo, N. Dak I Nov. 21 , 1902 

Brooklyn, N. Y May 8, 1902 

Johnstown, Pa Sept. 2, 1902 

Can ollton, Miss ; Sept. 25, 1902 

Grafton, N. Dak .... Nov. 22, 1902 

Woodville, Ga Nov. 22, 1902 

Crockett, Tex Sept. 2, 1902 

Newbern, N. C ; Sept. 26, 1902 

At large ; Sept. 26, 1902 

Columbus, Miss Nov. 21,1902 

Oakland, Cal Sept. 23, 1902 

St. Louis, Mo I Sept. 24, 1902 

Lancaster, Ky Sept. 2, 1902 

Missouri Aug. 29,1902 

New York, N. Y . . . . Aug. 29, 1902 

Georgia May 12,1902 

St. Johnsbury, Vt . .! Sept. 25, 1902 
Carson City, Nev . . . i Oct. 8, 1902 

Columbus, Ohio , Sept. 24, 1902 

Sept. 24, 1902 
May 22,1902 



Salem, Oreg 

Fayetteville, Tenn. 



MIDSHIPMEN APPOINTED IN 1902. 



49 



116 members — Annual Examination, February, 1906 — Ck)iitmned. 



Age At date 
of admifleion. 


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in practice : 
ships. 


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75 


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59 


41 


1 


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4 


80 


66 


28 


18 


10 


8 


25 


112 


89 


116 


113 


114 


112 


63 


114 


101 


89 


74 


104 


18 


7 


8 


25 


49 


101 


87 


64 


92 


69 


98 


98 


22 


38 


83 


76 


18 


11 


8 


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46 


35 


34 


28 


65 


36 


30 


78 


92 


102 


91 


42 


18 


9 


8 


25 


73 


32 


18 


33 


35 


47 


20 


41 


70 


54 


47 


82 


18 


7 


8 


25 


68 


49 


79 


34 


37 


51 


25 


50 


84 


109 


108 


55 


18 


9 


8 


25 


107 


69 


50 


44 


43 


52 


78 


102 


37 


60 


50 


69 


19 


7 


8 


25 


43 


81 


53 


59 


40 


42 


37 


110 


73 


33 


28 


57 


19 


6 


8 


25 


35 


32 


39 


24 


18 


28 


1 


54 


77 


50 


45 


29 


18 


6 


8 


25 


84 


46 


44 


67 


56 


75 


98 


10 


24 


17 


20 


48 


17 


6 


8 


25 


31 


25 


36 


24 


75 


32 


100 


18 


6 


8 


11 


28 


18 


11 


8 


15 


98 


110 


101 


56 


107 


95 


115 


113 


118 


88 


83 


102 


17 


8 


8 


15 


112 


38 


87 


98 


109 


105 


86 


55 


49 


54 


47 


88 


17 


7 


8 


25 


31 


46 


50 


24 


63 


36 


108* 


82 


103 


10 


14 


40 


18 


4 


8 


9 


6 


2 


11 


3 


4 


3 


47 


15 


59 


71 


56 


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19 


4 


8 


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95 


107 


114 


89 


53 


75 


100 


93 


87 


. 75 


61 


100 


19 


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110 


116 


113 


106 


100 


99 


57 


91 


101 


84 


71 


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5 


8 


25 


76 


53 


82 


32 


26 


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17 


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6 


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20 


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66 


63 


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17 


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14 


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26 


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9 


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81 


112 


97 


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108 


76 


116 


74 


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98 


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2 


8 


25 


26 


22 

1 


48 


44 


25 


25 


1 


41 


95 


37 


82 


26 


19 


6 


, 8 


25 


111 


1 -^ 

04 


101 


101 


103 


44 


115 


73 


52 


88 


33 


82 


19 


1 


8 


25 


m 


82 


98 


111 


95 


88 


78 


55 


78 


91 


76 


94 


16 


11 


8 


25 


104 


96 


104 


94 


89 


80 


114 


62 


99 


72 


57 


96 


16 


5 


8 


25 


51) 


64 


91 


41 


40 


109 


71 


109 


73 


98 


77 


84 


17 


7 


8 


25 


101 


80 


110 


101 


106 


97 


67 


17 


92 


78 


65 


90. 


19 


7 


8 


25 


100 


35 


115 


61 


51 


66 


67 


100 


84 


96 


80 


9t 


16 


1 


5 


28 


04 


69 


42 


41 


29 


29 


37 


26 


78 


27 


25 


38: 


19 


2 


8 


25 


29 


19 




t>0 


13 


6 


5 


11 


2 


8 


32 


27 


*8. 


15 


6 


8 


25 


33 


91 


92 


71 


95 


74 


104 


105 


49 


108 


104 


86. 


15 





8 


6 


68 


30 


66 


82 


43 


42 


15 


13 


52 


106 


102 


44 


18 


4 


8 


25 


115 


112 


110 


109 


115 


97 


78 


94 


109 


65 


52 


*« 


16 


8 


8 


25 




4 


15 


14 


19 


15 


57 


11 


49 


110 


122 


13 


19 





8 


25 


68 


111 


44 


94 


50 


105 


92 


72 


95 


93 


77 


t 


20 





8 


25 


99 


61 

1 


66 


75 


92 


81 


87 


21 


81 


16 


19 


61 


15 


8 


8 


25 


71 


86 


54 


59 


92 


47 


1 


53 


92 


100 


85 


66 


17 


8 


13 


28 


91 


61 


112 


52 


103 


102 


78 


79 


105 


99 


84 


97 



6190 4 



50 



MIDSHIPMEN APPOINTED IN 1902. 



c 






Relative standing of the Midshipmen appointed in 



Nam*' 



Apjxiiiited from — 



a<1iuifli4i 



49 Reichmuth, Ferdinand Louis - . 

16 Riebe, Herbert Bernard . 1 

I ^^ 

48 ' Roberts. Frank Hamilton 

78 Robinson, Francis Martin ' 

72 Rogers, Fred Fremont - I 

58 Russell, Christopher Augur . 

68 Scudder, Randolph Perr\' - _ i 

74 Sharp, Alexander, jr ... | 

36 Shut^, Isaac Clarke 

71 Smith, Norman Murray 

47 I Smith, Roy Francis 

34 Spoff ord, Robert Wiltsie . 

87 Stai^ler, John Taylor Gausc ... 

56 Stevenson, William Hollister 

67 i Stiles. William Callender Irvine 

I Stirling. Archibald Graham . ' 

f Taffinder, Sherwoode Ayerst ' 

51 Taylor, Conant 

27 Towers. John Henry -. . 

00 Walker, Reuben Lindsay ! 

14 , Wallace, Stephen Wincliester 

79 Wanhburn, Edward Davis. 

6;] Welch, Leo Francis. .. 

37 White, Robert Arnold 

*9 Wilheliii, August ('hristiau 

19 Willson, Russell 

46 Wilson, Pierre Light 

24 Withers. Thomas, jr . . 

101 Wolleson, Edwin Armiii 

59 Woodruff, Charles Armijo - 

80 Woodworth, Edwin Burke 

*5 Wright, (wi'orge linniey 



Ripon, Wis i Nov. 

Rochester, Minn | May 

New Haven, Conn . . Sept 
Williamsport, Pa . . . Sept. 

Clinton, 111... Nov. 

Boston, Mass . Sept. 

N. Yakima, Wash . . i May 

At large May 

Camden, N. J Sept. 

Williston, S. C Aug. 

Minnesota .1 May 

Kansas. Nov. 

New York City | May 

Ne wbem, N. C , Sept. 

Minnesota ' Sept. 

Baltimore. Md Oct. 

San Francisco, Cal. . ! Sept. 

Brooklyn. N.Y . Sept. 

Rome. Ga . . Aug. 

Richmond. Va Sept. 

Salt Lake City. Utah Nov. 

Romney. W. Va ! Sept. 

Worcester, Mass . . . Sept. 

Wayne, Pa . Aug. 

Sandusky, Ohio . Nov. 
Wyoming . . Oct. 

Baltimore, Md Nov. 

Denver. Colo Sept. 

Belleville, 111 Sept. 

Pennsylvania Sept. 

Cuero, Tex ... Aug. 

Fergus Falls, Minn. Sept. 



21, 
10. 
25, 
24, 
25. 
26. 
10. 
10. 
25, 
80, 
10 
21. 
22. 
26. 
29 

1. 
30, 

2 
30, 
26 
21. 
25, 
24, 
30. 

22, 

1 

22 
2, 
2 

29. 
23. 



MIDSHIPMBN OF THE FIRST CLASS (ADVANCED SECTION). 53 



itnation^ September, 1906, Chraduating Class— 86 members. 



it date 
uwion. 


Se* wrrice 

In practic« 

•hips. 








Order of merit in— 






i 




























C 
3 

s 


• 

■ 
o 


1 

■ 1 


• 

0. 
S 

11 


• 


m 
e 

•E 



77 




► 

60 


• 

e 


E 

dD 
C 

s 


1 
1 

e ' 
1 

41 


• 

5 

g 


u 

c 

50 


1 

83 


♦* 

•c 

B 
« 

u 

S 
9 

27 


s 

« 

a 

Sd 

%• 

u 

■E 




9 


5 


28 


48 


81 


65 





5 


28 


60 


12 


47 


68 


81 


70 


78 


S6 


36 


58 


10 


2 


28 


45 


46 


22 


30 


20 


41 


32 


21 


3 


30 


9 


5 


28 


28 


18 


13 


45 


23 


17 


24 


56 


10 


♦14 


2 


5 


28 


14 


24 


33 


49 


14 


29 


18 


13 


2 


♦18 


6 


5 


28 


52 


78 


;« 


56 


84 


83 


68 


40 


6 


72 


' 0, 


5 


28 


5 


11 


58 


6 


26 


19 


21 


51 


8 


•10 


i ^ 


5 


1 28 


28 


20 


62 


22 


45 


26 


58 


60 


11 


85 


1 

11 


5 


28 


73 


49 


52 


45 


53 


75 


65 


28 


4 


63 


, 10 


5 


28 


7 


3 


3 


9 


10 


2 


24 


84 


28 


♦4 


10 


5 


28 


23 


27 


89 


22 


13 


67 


12 


6 


1 


♦23 


7 


5 


28 


23 


14 


10 


22 


18 


78 


39 


40 


6 


♦16 


1 


2 


i ^ 


60 


29 


27 


50 


41 


62 


32 


56 


10 


40 


! 

9 


5 


' 28 


14 


46 


48 


12 


16 


15 


58 


65 


12 


♦24 


11 ' 


5 


! 28 


76 


67 


40 


30 


63 


86 


74 


1 





70 


7 


5 


' 28 


2 


3 


1 


3 


20 


1 


14 


73 


16 


♦2 


, 7 


5 


; 28 


76 


35 


83 


50 


39 


75 


65 


1 





71 


11 


5 


28 


a5 


41 


74 


87 


63 


67 


68 


13 


2 


73 


3 


5 


28 


36 


i>7 


43 


20 


26 


26 


68 


76 


18 


♦28 


10 


5 


28 


27 


44 


46 


77 


53 


83 


36 


78 


20 


59 


7 


5 


28 


13 


37 


22 


64 


68 


26 


5 


6 


1 


♦22 


1 


5 


28 


60 


46 


82 


11 


8 


55 


12 


6 


1 


55 


1 


5 


28 


52 


64 


49 


61 


6 


33 


39 


13 


2 


43 


10 


5 


28 


36 


66 


< 4 


19 


23 


83 


58 


28 


4 


68 


10 


5 


28 


23 


84 


66 


78 


50 


74 


39 


32 


5 


78 


9 1 


5 


28 


28 


58 


56 


83 


78 


51 


9 


32 


5 


61 




5 


28 


36 


29 


76 


21 


16 


45 


23 


73 


16 


42 


4 


5 


28 


14 


49 


68 


41 


53 


78 


44 


40 


6 


57 


6 


5 


28 


31 


16 


25 


66 


66 


70 


8 


6 


1 


29 


4 


5 


28 


67 


61 


86 


73 


45 


60 


30 


6 


1 


85 


7 


5 


28 


9 


2 


18 


12 


1 


17 


1 


1 





♦5 


1 


5 


28 


75 


64 


85 


63 


50 


51 


24 


67 


13 


86 


8 


5 


28 


11 


72 


68 


56 


30 


72 


84 


67 


13 

■ 


67 


1 


5 


28 


3 


8 


13 


59 


23 


62 


54 


40 


6 


♦9 


1 

2 


5 


28 


18 


44 


43 


30 


50 


41 


44 


28 


1 4 


37 


2 


5 ! 


28 


58 


60 


84 


30 




80 


74 


6 


1 

1 


76 


6 


5 


28 


36 


13 


40 


' 37 


14 


35 


14 


40 


1 




♦ra 


5 ; 


5 


28 


9 


54 


9 


22 


74 


55 


85 


65 


12 


36 


2 


5 i 


28 


47 


29 


33 


41 


12 


6 


5 


21 


3 


♦13 


^ : 


5 


28 


86 


20 


06 


47 


26 


81 


78 


1 


' 

1 


52 





1 

5 


2S 


67 


48 


11 


83 


70 


62 


54 


50 


i 7 


49 





5 , 


28 


88 


24 


80 


62 


48 


21 


36 


72 


1 15 


66 


6 


5' 


28 


52 


10 


80 


86 


84 


75 


18 


32 


5 


47 



62 MIDSHIPMEN OP THE FIRST CLASS (ADVANCED SECTION). 



Relative standing of Midshipmen appointed in 1903, Annval 




Bate of 
admission . 



65 
58 
80 

♦14 

♦18 
72 

*10 
35 
63 
♦4 

♦23 

♦16 
40 

*24 
70 
♦2 
71 
73 

*28 
59 

♦22 
55 
43 
68 
78 
61 
42 
57 
29 
85 
♦5 
86 
67 
♦9 
37 
76 

♦19 
36 

♦13 
52 
49 
66 
47 



Atkins, Alfred Walton 

Babbitt, Herbert Stephens 

Baker, Albert Asa 

Baker, Guy Eyans 

Bassetty Claude Oscar 

Beauregard, Augustin Toutant 

Beck, William Lewis 

Beehler, Weyman Potter 

Bemis, Harold Medberry 

Bowdoy, George Hall 

Bradley, Willis Winter, jr 

Brown, Alfred Winsor, jr 

Bruce, Bryson 

Biirford, Robert Allen 

Campbell, Harry I 

Caskey, Gardner Tjeninion 

Child, Warren Gerald 

Clark, Charles Robert 

(k)pelaud, David Graham 

Crenshaw, Russell Sydnor . . - _ 

Cruse, James Thomas _ 

Cumming, Jno. Whitlow Wetherell.. 

Cummings, Damon Earhart 

Davis, Guy Erwin ._ 

Davy, Charles Gordon -.. 

Dunn, Charles Alfred 

Dyer. Horace Tyler 

Edwards, Richard Stanislaus 

Evans, Joseph Simpson 

Farquhar , Allan Shannon 

Frank, Arthur William 

Frellsen, Raymond Foss 

Gill, Charles Clifford . 

Gross, Felix Knglebert 

Gygax. Felix Verxes 

Hammond, Philip Huston 

Hanson, Ralph Trowbridge 

Hewitt, Henry Kent 

Hill, Richard 

Holcomb, Franklin Porteous 

Hoover, John Howard 

Howell, James Bruin 

Jacobs, Randall 



East Orange, N. J . . 

Houghton, N. Y 

Antrim, N. H 

Lynchburg, Va 

Spokane, Wash 

San Antonio, Tex. . . 

Sedalia. Mo 

Athens, Ga 

Oshkosh, Wis 

Pittsburg, Pa 

Forman, N. Dak 

Chelsea, Mass 

Garden Grove, Iowa 

Ocala,Fla 

Oakmont, Pa 

Detroit, Mich 

Far west, Utah 

Plattsburg, N. Y_.. 

Bamberg, S.C 

Richmond, Va 

Aurora, Nebr 

Portsmouth, Va 

Belvidere, 111 

Tilton,N. H 

San Jose, Cal 

Wallace, Idaho 

St. Paul, Minn 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Tyrone, Pa 

Bucyrus, Ohio 

Mobile, Ala 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Junction City, Kans. 

Brooklyn , N. Y 

Osborne, Kans 

Talladega, Ala 

Perrysburg, Ohio. . . 
Hackensack, N. J .. 
Fort Dodge, Iowa .. 

Newcastle, Del 

Fort Benton, Mont . 

Laramie, Wyo 

Danville, Pa 



June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

June 

June 

July 

June 

July 

May 

June 

May 

June 

Mar. 

June 

June 

July 

June 

July 

July 

June 

May 

June 

June 

July 

June 

June 

June 

June 

Jime 

June 

May 

July 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

June 

June 

June 



11,1903 
24,1903 
23,1903 
24, 1903 ; 

1,1903 1 
24, 1903 
10, 1903 

8,1903 
24,1903 

9,1903 

6,1903 
10, 1903 

8, 1903 
25, 1903 ' 
26, 1903 
23, 1903 
11,1903 

7,1903 
29,1903 

2, 1903 
24, 1903 
24, 1903 
22, 1903 
25, 1903 . 
12,1903 
15, 1903 ; 
12, 1903 ' 
25, 1903 
13, 1903 
11,1903 
29, 1903 I 
29,1903 

6,1903 

7,1903 
10, 1903 
12, 1908 
27,1903 
29, 1903 
29, 1903 

8,1903 
12,1903 
29, 1903 
26,1903 



MIDSHIPMEN OP THE FIRST CLASS (ADVANCED SECTION). 55 



Iq^ember, 1906, Oraduating Class — S6 member*— Continued. 



Afeatdatr 
«>f admiMion 


S«tt •enrke 
in pimctice 

- Bhip«. 








Order of merit i 


D — 










\ 


1 




1 






g 


. 1 
1 


1 






• 


r 


\ 


1 
« 

a 
o 

_ 

5 


1 

• 

28 ■ 


• 

a 

a 
s 

36 


S 

24 


o 

.1 

> 

t 

38 


4m* 

e 

•*« 

X 

O 

> 

30 


1 

' 
• 

a 
53 


1 

SI 


i 

32 


(J 

a 

81 


z 
23 


1 

Si 

O 

u 


1 1 

t 18 6 


33 


34 


17 8 


5 


28 


80 ; 


67 


55 


72 


76 


55 


82 


75 


17 


79 


15! 10 




28 


76 


15 


61 


85 


34 


21 


68 


67 


13 


51 


18 


5 


28 


72 


81 


71 


70 


71 


35 


81 


13 




80 


18 3 

! 


5 


28 


50' 

r 


40 


36 


18 


68 


41 


24 


40 


6 


38 


18; 


T) 


28 


45 


67 


63 


79 


82 


49 


52 


78 


20 


74 


1 18 6 


3 





1 


5 


4 


1 


4 


5 


3 


21 


3 


*3 


, 19 : 10 


3 


28 


33 


61 


27 


15 


86 


45 


58 


60 


11 


49 




19 5 


. 5 


28 


47 


63 


65 


28 


39 


39 


14 


40 


6 


53 


18 5 


5 


28 


73 


35 


1 


59 


71 


15 


44 


32 


5 


*27 


, 18 8 


5 


28 


18 


49 


52 


30 


41 


51 


50 


71 


14 


41 


15 1 11 


5 


28 


42 


29 


21 


54 


74 


9 


18 : 


32 


5 


*21 




16 


5 


28 


50 


72 


30 


50 


78 


69 


24 


51 


8 


00 


' 18 7 


5 


28 


80 


86 


70 


75 


62 


39 


21 


21 


3 


84 


19 5 


5 


28 


86 


54 


75 


37 


18 


9 


9 


32 


5 


62 


1 19 8 


mm 


28 


70 


85 


71 


64 


34 


35 


i 


13 




75 


i; 10 


5 


28 


60 


56 


58 


22 


26 


49 


14 ; 


00 


11 


48 


19 2 


5 


2S 


4 


23 


45 


22 


33 


30 


30 


60 


11 


*17 


IT 


5 


28 


< 


70 


20 


4 


3 


14 


54 


6 


1 


*12 


' 18 6 


5 


28 


60 


58 


52 


41 


48 


19 


58 


13 


2 


44 


' 19 4 


5 


28 


58 


6 


77 


75 


34 


55 


72 1 


60 


11 


46 


i: 4 


5 


28 


23 


17 


26 


37 


11 


13 


24 


28 


4 


*11 


' 18 8 


5 


28 


52 


83 


81 


36 


59 


62 


58 : 


40 


• 6 


82 


19 7 


5 


28 


60 


52 


13 


14 


9 


44 


2 


13 


2 


*-o 


16 3 


5 


28 


14 , 




5 


4 


20 




39 


40 


6 


*6 


17 5 


5 


28 


6 


1 


2 


2 


2 





32 


51 


8 


*1 


19 2 


5 


28 


70 


70 


77 


15 


66 


28 


48 : 


13 


2 


64 


19; 9 


5 


28 


33 


56 


11 


28 


71 


11 


76 ; 


21 


3 


*25 


19 -2 


5 


28 


83 


72 


63 


79 


83 


30 


52 


67 


13 


83 


18 1 2 


5 


28 


60 


34 


56 


8 


30 


4 


86 


76 


18 


*26 




19' 6 


5 


28 


52 


20 


16 


10 


76 


21 


72 


86 


65 


32 




16 2 


5 


28 


82 , 


78 


40 


68 


59 


62 


58 


82 


24 


1 1 


17 


5 


28 


31 


87 


32 


56 


34 


38 


39 


21 


3 


33 




16, 8 


2 


28 


18 


8 


18 


70 


41 


12 


4 


51 


8 


*7 




16 


9 


5 


28 


67 


19 


71 


54 


53 


55 


44 


32 


5 


.■)6 




18 10 


5 


28 


18 


37 


6 


5 


4 


45 


9 


51 


8 


*8 




18 10 


5 


28 


79 


78 


49 


79 


80 


72 


48 , 


32 




81 




191 4 


5 


28 


42 


29 


1^ 


17 


32 


21 


30 


80 


21 


*15 


17 2 


5 


28 


52 


41 


16 


41 


53 


60 


65 


56 


10 


39 


h^'i 9 


5 


28 


18 


76 


27 


66 


59 


45 


54 


21 


3 


45 


hs 10 


5 


28 


47 


81 


49 


73 


65 


30 


76 


40 


6 


69 


jl8' 5 


8 





83 


72 


22 


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31 

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i 



54 MIDSHIPMEN OP THE FIRST CLASS (ADVANCED SECTION). 

Relative standing of Midstiipnten appointed in 1903, Annual Rraminatim, 




3. 1 



Johoson. Earle Freeman .. 

JoneB. Claude Asliton 

Keiran,RicbardTngon 

EenyoD, George Willutm.. 
Keppler, Cbester Henry John . 
Kimball, Lneien Pratk . 
I.anm>n, Phi1i|> (iatch. . . 
Liiwrenpe Willis Woodruff .. 

Lef . "ft'illituu Henry 

LenlH, Jitliii William 

Libbey, Miles Angiistus.. 
IawpII, R(»IiitI Traill Spen«e.. 
McCormack, Harvey William ., 
MtWhorl^r Ernest Doyle. 
MathewsoD, Rni ua "Wellingtou , 
Maxfleld, Lonis Henry . . . 
Mayfield, Trviiig HhII . . . 
MiliU'r. Fn-di-HckTVwMl.. 

Muiiroe, .liiliii Allxrl 

Jlurfin, Henry Clay. jr. .. 
N.H.'dham, Ralpli Cutler__ 

> MHi, Warren Ca-iP- 

Otbuni. Car Townsend . . 

I'atr(>t1'alviii IVrc) 

HeuU AllK>rt ('iDthliifc . . 

Kh«d<>s, Joliii Itarflay 

R.liiii-.iii ik.ir Russell. - 

Kii^-i-ri. h'r.iiiU- --- 

Sc'liclling, John Martin 

St-iiiiyh'r, tiiirrctt l^iiMinfr 
Si-olt, I )iiv id Alexander 
SUyu,n Charles Chiirohiil ., 
Spniiiuoi-, RaymoDil Am 
Starr, I'lptcbcr <'o1i>iiiaii 
SWvens, Lemuel Mussetter , . 

Slovcr, Roy ]>«><'ialr _ 

Taylor. Bert Blaine . . . 
riKHiliHld. Koht-rt Airn^d . 
Ulricb, WttlterCarl 
Walah. William Hemixiings . 
Williamson, William Prioe . 
Woodward VanghnVeaeey. , 
Wright, Carter lAnd.. 



Chicago, ni 

Charleston. W.Va- 

Boakin Moss 

San Francisco. Cal . 
Iowa City, Iowa. 



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Des Moines, Iowa . 

Colnrido Sptiip, ftlt 

lyiicsvil],'. X. 0. 

West Newton.Masa. 

1 ScnllriElKnli. S, I.. N. I- 

Gainesville, Fla 

Ellistown, Miss 

Dnrham , Conn 

St. Paul, Minn 

Rnstou. La. 

WorteKter, Masn . . 

Elniira.N. Y 

Jafksoii.Oliio 

Monson. Mass 

,Iii,ks>mvill'.Ill... 



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Fr.-I.n<.k. Mil 

SotithHauson,ItIass 

West CIiest<"r. Pa.. 
. S purl ail btirpr. 9. C . 

WellsboTO, Pa 

Lt-af Kiver, lU . . . . 

New York. S". Y __ 

Kint'-toii N Y.._. 
. t^iiriiitrlield, Uhio .. 

IniiiiitiiiiioliH, Ind .. 

. i Sewifklpy Pa 

I Warsaw. Ill 

Ifila, Kans 

' ■MidiUwbory Vt . 
.' San Franrisc'o.CaL 

Milwaukee, Wis.. . 

Brooklyn. N Y. .. 



I Win 



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I Charlston.W. Va 
Augnsta, Qs 



|JuneiU, lOOii, 
June 29, 1903 j 

I June 11,19031 

! July 3, 1903 ! 

I June 11, 1903] 

; Jnne 29, 1903 ; 
June 27, 1903 ' 
Jane 39, 1903 ; 

|JnIy 6,1903 
Jnne 11,1903 

jjnly 23.1903 
June 26, 1003 

I Jane 39, 1903 
May 11,1903 
June 12.1903 
Jnne 29.1903 
June :i0, 1903 
Jnne 10.1903 
July 3. 1903 ; 
June 311, 1903' 
May 22, iail3 
Jnly 1, ltW3 

, Aug. 1,1903' 
Jnly T. ItWi 
July 8. 1903 
Jane 13.1903 
Jnly ;t. 1903 i 
May 2T. 1903 
Jnly 6, 1903 
June 12.1903 
July 7, 1 903 
July 6, 19ai 
July 3.19031 
July 7.1903; 
July 3,1003. 
June 15, 1903' 
May fi, 1903 \ 
Jnne ll,190:i! 
June 13,19031 
July 3. 1903 I 
Jnne 39, 1903 \ 
Aug, 1,1903! 
July 8,1908 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FIRST CLASS (ADVANCED SECTION). 55 
Si^ember, 1906, Chraduating Class— SG wiemfters— Continued. 



'afilmi«on. ^V^^^ 
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31 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FIRST CLASS. 

Midihipmen of the First- Class and rdative atanding 



85 Abbett, Harry Jpfferson : Covington, Ky Jnuell,1903 

160 , AUen, ExraGKimn Scrantnn. Pa ^ Jnly 13, 1903 , 

194 Almy, Edmund Darrow : Altamont, Ky Jwie &6, 1IK}3 

167 Amsilen. WUliam Faulkntr I Abilene, Kana .May 8,1002 

59 Atkinfl, Alfred Walton ,._ _j East Orange. N. J _. Jnoe 11,1903 

198 Austin, LftwreneeHauiilton ' Chicago. Ill June 27, 1903 

53 BiibTiitt, Herbert Stephens ' Houg^hton, N Y .... Jnne 24, 1903 

150 Bit"r, .iosei.b Prairie Hill , Mo .... July 6.1903 

89 Baker, Albert Asa _ .| Antrim, N.H June23,190S 

29 Baker, Ony Evans Lynchburg, Va June24,l903 

173 Barker, Owir({« Nulbiui _.] Littleton. Matw June 12,1903 

105 Barleon, John Shernian McArthur Ohio .... June 24, 1903 

34 Basaett, (.•liiudeOacar.___ _._| Spokane Wash ....July 1,1903 

179 Banghman, Cortlandt Cheaterfielil . _ Parkersburg, W.Va_ June 10. 1903 

63 Beauregard. A. Ton tant San Antonio. Tex__. Jnne24,1908 

16 Beck, William Lewis Sedalia.Mo June 10, 1903 

28 Beehler Weyman Potter Macon. Ga July ». I!K)3 

186 Bellinger Patrick Neison Lyncli . . Cheraw.S.C Jnne22,l903 

107 Beuiis. Harold Medberry _ Oshkosh.Wis JiinBa4.1903 

188 Bernard, fticbaiii Field Petersburg. Va June 55.11)08 

186 Blackburn. Charles Talley Evanston.Wyo May «, 1903 

•4 Itowdi-y, (JiHfrgc Hnl . Httsbnrg, Pa July 0. 1 903 

•11 Hradley, WillU Whiter, jr Forinan. N. Dak :\ray fl, 1*903 

153 Brattun, Leslie Kminett Hastings, Nebr . May .'i.1903 

165 Brooks, Jere Hnttrhins Detroit, Mich Aug. L'O. 1902 

82 Brown, Alfred Winsor. jr Chelsea, Maw Juneli),1903 

.57 Bruce, Brysun nanirn. Grove, lowii May H. IB03 

93 Bruce, Baxter Hunter Evart.Mich Jnne 11,1003 

63 Burford. Rtiier Allen Ocala.Fla. Juiie2o,lfl03 

60 Campbell, Harry Oakuiont.Pa Mar. 36, 1903 

•1 ('asihey, finrdiMT I^-minwn Detroit Mich Junea3.lfl03 

124 Cas-sidy. Richard Edward _ Norwich. Conn May 13,IH03 

49 Chilli. Warren Gerald , Far west, Utah June 11,1903 

65 Clark, Charles Robert Plattsburg. N. Y . . . July 7,1903 

133 Clark. Virginiiis Evans ' Uniontown, Pii. ... June 11,1903 

13H Clement. Emorj- Fitch ; Cananilaigiw, N. Y. Jnne 20, 1003 

189 Clement. Samuel Averett Callands, Va - Jnnell.1903 

93 Cochrane, William Plorenc«,jr ' Bismarck, N. Dak May (1.1903 

163 CofFman, Richard Boush Annapolis, Md Juno 2i. 1«IS 

T CogsweU, Francis Portsmouth. N. H._ June 37. 1!)03 

a Cohen. Albert Morris Philadelphia, Pa _. . June li. 100:11 

176 Conditt, John HiU Elmwood,Tenn .... June 34,19031 



MIDSHIPMEN OP THE FIRST CLASS. 
il Exaaiination, June, 1906 — StS mi'mtxTS— Continoed. 



B 39 17r> 

8 i 9 lU ■ 
S 9 98 



106 M '134 103 127 



l:« 5,1 130 85 138 
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317 


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58 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FIRST CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the First Class and relative standing at the 



Name. 



Ai»j>oiiite(l from — 



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HtlmiMion. 



50 
97 
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142 
46 

114 
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111 
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177 

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52 
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123 
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196 
175 
14 
70 
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190 
182 



Copeland, David Qraham 

Corwin, Arie Alverdo ' 

Courts, George McCall | 

Cox, John Franklin 

Crenshaw, Russell Sydnor _ . 

Crosse, Charles Washburn _ . 

Cruse, Jame8 Thomas I 

Cumming, Jno. Whitlow Wetherell.| 

Cummings, Damon Earhart 

Dallas, George Mifflin j 

Danenhower, Sloan 

Davis, Guy Erwin 

Davy, Charles Gordon 

Dichman, Grattan Collev 

Dixon, John 

Du Bose, John Wesley ..'. 

Dunn, Charles Alfred 

Dyer, Horace Tyler 

Earle, John Bayliss 

Edwards, Richard Stanislaus 

Enirich . Roy Philip 

Evans. Josei)h Simps; m . 

Ewiiig, Edgar Adlai _ 

Farbor, William Sims 

Fanjuhar, Allan Shannon 

Frank, Arthur William . 

Frellsen. Ravmond Foss 

Galloway. Richard Somers 

Gearing, Henry Chalfant, jr . 

Giffen, Robert Carlisle 

Gill, Charles Clifford _ . .1 

Gillmor, Reginald Everett 

Goldthwaite, Faulkner 

Griffiths, Philip Orrm 

Gross, Follx Eug-lobert 

Gross, Robert Franklin 

(xulli ver, Louis Joseph 

Gygax, Felix Xerxes 

Hammond, Philip Huston 

Hansou, Ralph Trowbridgre - - 

Heim, Schuyler Franklin 

Henderson, Samnel Lenow 



Bamberg, S. C i June 29 

Pontiac, Mich • June 11 

At large June 25 

Spencer, Ind i Aug. 15 

Richmond, Va July 2 

Stoughton, Wis May 22 

Aurora, Nebr July 24 

Portsmouth, Va June 24 

Belvidere, HI - May 22 

Nashville, Tenn May 6 

At large June 29 

Tilton, N.H June 25 

San Jose, Cal June 12 

Bernita, Ga July 6 

Fayetteville, Ala .... Aug. 30 

Gadsden. Ala Jime 24 

Wallace, Idaho July 15 

St, Paul, Minn . ... Jane 12 

Los Angeles. Cal June 24 

Philadelphia, Pa June 25 

Galesburg, 111 June 12 

Lilly, Pa- June 13 

Chicago, 111 June 26 

Frankfort, Ind July 1 

Bucyrus, Ohio June 11 

Mobile, Ala June 29 

Waterloo, Iowa ... June 29 

At large Aug. 7 

Pittsburg. Pa May 6 

Lincoln, Nebr June 26 

Junction City, Kans. May 6 

Creston, Iowa Aug. 1 

Hopkinsville, Ky . . . June 8 

Stockton, Cal June 26 

Brooklyn, N. Y July 7 

Thomson, Ga . June \H 

Portland, Me June 16 

Osborne, Kans June 10 

Talladega, Ala June 1 2 

Perrysburg. Ohio . . . June 27 

Plymouth, Ind June 25 

Imboden, Ark Sept. 24 



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1903 

1903 

1908 

1902 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FIRST CLASS. 



59 



Annual Examinatian, June, 1906 — 3iS members — Continued. 



kfcc at date 1 
of admiflflion.j 


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in practice 

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6-2 



MIDSHIPMEN OP THE FIRST CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the First Clam and relative standing at the 



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Name. 



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45 I 

199 

30 
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91 
140 
183 
131 
192 

80 

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181 
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109 
168 

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187 

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119 
156 



Laiinian, Philip Gatch ... ... 

Lawrence, Willis Woodruff 

Lee. William Henry _ 

Leonard. Emeric Robert 

Lewis. John William . 

Libbey . Miles Augustus 

Lichtenstein, Emil Alexander 

Lilley, Frederick Pliny 

Lofquist, Emanuel August 

Logan , George Christian 

Lombard, Benjamin Russell 

Lowell, Robert Traill Si)ence 

Lynch, Charles McEenna 

McCarthy, Francis Peter 

McClure, Henry Adrian 

McConnell, Riley Franklin 

McCormack, Harvey William 

McCrary , Preston H 

McGill, Clarence McCutcheon 

McKinney, Stephen Booth 

McKittrick, Harold Vincent 

McWhorter, Ernest Doyle 

Mallison, William Thomas 

Mathewson, Rufiis Wellington -.. 

Maxfield , Louis Henry 

May field, Irving Hall 

Miles, Alfred Hart 

Milner, Frederick Wood 

Monroe, John Albert .. 

Monteser , Walter Rudolph 

Montgomery, Robert Langf ord . . . 

Murfin, Henry Clay, jr 

Murray, James McClees 

Nagle, Percival Edmund Darragh 

Needham. Ralph Cutler 

Nichols. Newton Lord 

Nixon, Warren Case 

Norton, Homer Hine 

Osbum, Carl Townsend 

Page. Calvin Percy 

Parker, James, jr 

Parker, Ralph Chandler 



Appointed from — 



Des Moines, Iowa. _ . 
Colorado Sp'gs ,Colo . 
Waynesville, N. C.- 
Boise. Idaho 

Sui)erior, Wis 

West Newton , Mass . 
Corpus Christi, Tex. 
Waterbury , Conn. . . 
Burlington, Iowa. . . 

Charleston, S. C 

Hillhouse, Miss 

Staten Island. N.Y. 

Greensburg, Pa 

Troy, N. Y 

Buffalo,N.Y 

Gate City, Pa 

Fort Myers, Fla 

Lcmoke, Ark 

Lambertville. N. J. . 
Knoxville, Tenn* . . . 

Rochester, N. Y 

Ellistown, Miss 

Washington, N. C.- 
Durham, Conn 

St. Paul, Minn 

Ruston, La.-- 

At large 

Worcester, Mass ... 

Elniira, N. Y 

Yonkers, N.Y 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 

Jackson , Ohio 

Thomas, Pa 

Brooklyn, N. Y 

Monson, Mass 

Saco, Me 

Jacksonville, 111 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Jacksonville, Ohio.. 

Frederick, Md 

Newark, N. J 

Batavia, N. Y 



Date of 
admisflion. 


June 27, 


,1903 


, June 29, 

1 


,1903 


Ijuly 6, 
June 29 


,1903 
1903 


June 11 


,1903 


July 22, 
June 12, 


1903 
1903 


May 25, 
May 21, 
June 12, 


,1903 
1903 
1908 


June 30, 


, 1903 


June 26, 


1903 


May 10, 
June 29, 


1902 
1903 


June 30, 


1903 


June 29, 


1903 


June 29, 


1903 


June 29, 


1903 


June 29, 


1903 


June 29, 


1903 


June 11, 


1903 


May 11, 


1903 


June 30, 


1903 1 


June 12, 


1903 


June 29, 


1903 


June 30, 


, 1903 


May 11 
June 10, 


, 1903 
,1903 


July 3 


1903' 


June 30, 


1903: 


May 21 

June 30 


, 1903 
, 1903 1 


July 4 


, 1903 


May 10. 
May 22 
Mav 21 


,1902 
,1903 
,1903 


Julv 1 


,1903 


June 30 


,1903 


Aug. I 
July 7 
June 29 


,1903 
,1903 
,1903 


June 29 


, 1 903 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FIRST CLASS. 



<;3 



Annual Examination, June. 1906 — £23 mew6cr«— Continued. 



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64 



MIDSHIPMEN OP THE FIRST CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the Finat Class and relative standing at the 



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184 
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104 

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Name. 



Appointed from — 



Bate of 
admiMioD. 



Pickett. Carl _ 

Ponsland, Charles Felton 

Pritchard, Earl William . ._ 

Pryor, Francis Davis 

Pugh , Chauncey Ezra 

Ravenscrof t, Georp^e Mastick . . , 

Read, Albert Cushingr 

Rhodes, John Barclay 

Ritter, Harold Hofinann 

Robinson, Clyde Russell ._ , 

Rnssell, Frank 

Scheibla, Louis Collins 

Schelling, John Martin 

Schuyler, Garret Lausing 

Scott, David Alexander 

Sherlock, William Evans 

Shirley, Major Cleveland 

Shonerd, Henry Gilbert 

Simpson, George Wirt 

Slayton, Charles Churchill 

Smith, Reuben Robert 

Smith, William Taylor 

Spencer, Herbert Lee 

Spruance, Raymond Ames 

Starr, Fletcher Coleman 

Stevens, Lemuel Mussetter 

Stevenson, Frederick Tomlinson 

Stewart, Ralph Roderick . _ 

Stover, Roy LeClair 

Strait, Burton Anderson . _ 

Struble, George Wallace 

Swasey , George Truman 

Symington, Thomas Alexander. 

Taylor, Bert Blaine 

Tlieobald, Robert Alfred 

Thibault, Louis Francis 

Thomson, Thaddeus Austin, jr. 

Tod, Elmer Wayne 

Torlinski, Michael John _ . 

Turnbull, Archibald Douglas 

Ulrich, Walter Carl 

Utley, Harold Hickox 



Atlanta, Ga 

Salem, Mass -.. 

Indianapolis, Ind . . . 
San Francisco, Cal.. 

Utica, N. Y 

Cleveland, Ohio 

South Hanson , Mass ■ 
West Chester, Pa... 

Reading, Pa >. 

Spartanburg, S. C. . - 

Wellsboro, Pa 

Covington, Ky 

Leaf River, 111 

New York, N.Y...- 

Kingston, N. Y 

Canton, Ohio 

Anderson, S. C 

Carlin, Nev 

Brooklyn, N, Y 

Springfield, Ohio ..- 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
Fredericksburg, Va. 

Duluth, Minn 

Indianapolis, Ind . - . 

Sewickley , Pa 

Warsaw, 111 

San Francisco, Cal. . 

Huron, S. Dak 

lola, Kans 

Pueblo, Colo 

Portland, Oreg 

Barre, Vt 

Catonsville, Md . . _ 

Middlebury , Vt 

San Francisco, Cal . . 

Winsted, Conn 

Austin, Tex 

Youngstown, Ohio . 

Nanticoke, Pa 

At large 

Milwaukee, Wis. .. 
Springfield, 111 



June 16 
June 30 
July 6 
June 30 
June 30 
July 12 
July 8 
June 12 
July 2 
July 3 
May 27 
July 8 
July 6 
June 12 
July 7 
June 12 
June 11 
July 1 
June 24 
July 6 
June 12 
July 4 
July 2 
July 2 
July 7 
July 2 
Oct. 23 
July 6 
June 15 
July 2 
July 3 
July 2 
July 2 
May 6 
June 1 1 
May 21 
July 2 
July 6 
May 22 
Sept. 2 
June 13 
May 10 



1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1908 
1908 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1902 
1903 
1902 



HIDSHIPHBN OF THE PIRSl CLASS. 
Atauiat Eaximination, Jun«, 1906 — St! members— Coiitxaa^A. 



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MIDSHIPMBN OP THB FIRST Uju^^^ 



Midshipmen of the First Class and relative standing at the 



c 

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IT 

180 
106 
100 

74 

81 
201 
200 
157 

61 
170 

48 
♦10 



Name. 



Appointed from — 



Van Auken. Frederic Tabor 

Vossler, Francis Alfred Leopold 

Walker, Eagene Bonfils 

Wallace. William Oliver 

Walsh, William Heiiimings 

Ware, Bruce Richardson, jr 

Welte, Herbert Englebert 

White, Newton Harris, jr 

Williams, Elmo Harrison 

Williamson, William Price 

Windsor, Charles Clifford 

Woodward, Vaughn Veazey 

Wright, Carter Land 



Date of 
admiMion. 



Plainfield, N. J 

MaysviUe, W. Va . - 

Denver, Colo 

Warrensburg, Mo . - 

Brooklyn, N. Y 

Newton, Mass 

Terre Haute, Ind . . . 

Wales, Tenn 

Woodville, Miss 

Winona, Minn 

Iron River, Mich . . . 
Charleston, W. Va . 
Augusta, Gsk 



June 8 
July 6 
July 6 
June 10 
July 8 
July 8 
June 12 
May 6 
July 6 
June 29 
July a 
Aug. 1 
July 8 



1908 

1903; 

1903 

19081 

1903! 

1903. 

1903 j 

1903 1 

1903, 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1909 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FIBST CLASS. 
Annual Exatnination, June, J906 — tts nttmbera — Continued. 



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68 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE SECOND CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the Second Class and relative standing 



i 

a 

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be 



» 

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Name. 



79 

50 

104 

89 

28 

45 

185 

87 

81 

57 

128 

106 

101 

19 

89 

tt 
67 

26 

114 

110 

84 

188 

42 

49 

47 

9 

155 

140 

88 

102 

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5 

72 

175 

160 



no 



109 
27 

135 
41 



Allen, Archer Meredith Rnland 

Ames, Eugene 

Austin, Joseph Eliot 

Babcock, Frederick Howard 

Bacon, Allen 

Badt, Harry Asher 

Barnes, Gny Carlton 

Bamett, John Walter 

Bastedo, Paul Henry 

Baush, Robert Oliver 

Beanfield, Ruf us McClelland - 

Beardall, John Reginald 

Beisel, Fred Cornelius 

Belt,Haller 

Berg, Frank Robert 

Berry, Fred Thomas 

Best, Charles Lewis 

Bid well, Abel Trood 

Blakeslee, Edward Gervase. _ 

Botsf ord, Owen St. Aubin 

Bowerfind, Frederick Charles 

Boyd, William Thomas, jr 

Boy n ton, Harold Walter . . 

Brandt, George Edgar _ . 

Brereton, William Denny, jr 

Broshek, Joseph John 

Buck, Ernest Fisher 

Burdick, Harold De Forest 

Burg, Robert Andrew . . . 

Calhoun, Guy Knight 

Carmichael, Andrew Williams 

Carpender, Arthur Schuyler 

Carter, Worrall Reid 

Charleton, Alexander Mark 

Chew, Francis Thornton 

Clark, Carl Crittenden 

Clark, Joseph Bumside 

Clark, Rensselaer Weston 

Cleveland , Harry Ward 

Cochran, Schamyl 

Collins, Marshall 

Comer ford, Francis John 



Appointed from — 



New Bedford, Mass. 
At large 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Watertown, N. Y .. 

Newton Highlands, Mass- - 
Mt. Pleasant, Tex . . 

Bulloch ville, Ga 

Waco, Tex 

Buffalo. N.Y 

Somerset, Pa 

San Francisco, Cal.. 

Orlando, Fla 

La Crosse, Wis 

Dallas, Tex 

Bridgeport, Conn . . . 

Logan, Iowa 

Mays ville, Ky 

Bellefonte, Pa 

Lockport, 111 

ClarenceWlle, Mich. 

Adrian. Mich 

Peoria, 111 . 

Haverhill, Mass 

Pass Christian, Miss. 

Allegheny, Pa 

New Bedford, Mass. 
Huntington, W. Va. 

Lawrence, Kans 

Grand Island, Nebr. 

Seattle, Wash 

Plattsburg, N. Y... 
NewBrunswickjN.J. 

Bath, Me-- 

Omaha, Nebr 

Lexington, Mo 

Clarksville, Tex .... 
Hutchinson, Kans . . 
Sandy Hill, N.Y... 
Fond du Lac, Wis . . 

Houston, Tex 

Richmond, Ky 

Boston, Mass. 



Date of 
admission. 



Aug. 

July 

July 

June 

June 

May 

June 

July 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

June 

July 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

June 

May 

June 

June 

June 

July 

June 

June 

July 

May 

May 

June 



8 

15 

29 

23 

18 

10 

15 

8 

21 

30 

6 

7 

2 

80 

7 

30 

29 

7 

7 

6 

7 

12 

1 

6 

5 

10 

29 

13 

30 

2 

27 

5 

7 

10 
13 
29 
11 
11 
6 
11 
10 
8 



,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1903 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1903 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
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,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
.1904 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE SECOND CLASS. 



69 



at the Annual Examination, June, 1906 — SIS members. 



Age at date 
of admission. 


S«a service , 
in practice ' 

> ships. 

1 






Order of merit in 


— 










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19 , 


• 
■ 

a 

8 


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1 1 

1 

1 

1 ^• 

1 : & 

i 

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5 

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116 


■ 

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86 


44 


57 


5 


62 


97 


79 


18, 


9 


5' 11 


59 


100 i 116 1 


11 


66; 


131 


17 


82 


113 


50 


18 


7 


5' 11 


182 


57 8 i 


187 


120 


142 


179 


179 


224 


104 


16 


3 


8 9 


23 


104 


160 


26 


66 


57 


121 


14 


52 


89 


19 


9 


5 ; 11 


26 


i 17 


28 


103 


8 ' 


172 


1 


118 


147 


28 


19 

1 


7 


5, 3 


40 


28 59 1 


71 


189 


107 


46 


55 


98 


45 


19 


6 


2 11 


196 


202 144 


180 


1 196 


152 


56 


176 


218 


185 


18 





5 11 


75 


46 116 ' 


121 


' 84 , 

1 


69 


2 


95 


127 


87 


17 ; 


8 


5 , 11 


32 


115 ' 82 


103 


180 


54 


115 


161 


208 


81 


18 


8 


5 11 


28 


78 76 j 


126 


1 120 


134 


144 


80 


109 


. 57 


18 


1 


5 1 11 


36 


179 175 

1 


208 


173 


126 


115 


182 


226 


128 


17 


4 


5 11 


89 


103 106 


81 


' 166 


107 


169 


153 


195 


106 


18 '■ 


4 


5 11 


96 


96 ' 92 i 


121 


1 191 j 


107 


ld3 


73 


103 


101 


18 


7 


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8 


28 59 \ 


37 


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45 


87 


158 


208 


19 


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5 11 


65 


57 78 j 


162 


143 ' 


107 


179 


57 


94 


89 


16 1 


7 


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128 


139 42 


191 


' 166 


134 


187 


207 


255 


tt 


19 ; 


11 


5; 11 


60 


152 175 


28 


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69 


87 


77 


108 


67 


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8 


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13 


143 175 


18 


1 25 


4 


70 


20 


58 


26 


16 


4 


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75 


90 69 


201 


173 


162 


70 


182 


226 


114 


19 


2 


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115 


51 106 


53 


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54 


81 


174 


217 


110 


18 


2 


5 11 


128 


33 38 


114 


63 


48 


126 


90 


122 


84 


18 





5 11 


201 


199 180 


215 


100 ' 


202 


179 


87 


118 


188 


17 


4 


11 


30 


m 42 


60 


143 


67 


67 


127 


164 


42 


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69 


78 65 


13 


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1 


75 


137 


167 


210 


49 


17 


6 


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42 


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85 


59 


15 


51 


85 


74 


47 


17 


7 


11 


9 


12 9 


21 


25 


34 


61 


135 


176 


9 


17 


7 


5 11 


86 


124 211 


162 


91 


180 


131 


161 


208 


155 


18 


10 


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119 


143 186 


103 


> 46 , 


175 


44 


117 


148 


140 


19 


6 


5 11 


51 


175 96 


101 


129 


100 


115 


96 


129 


88 


n 


8 


5 11 

1 


99 


171 144 , 


152 


15 


13 


70 


65 


99 


102 


19 


3 


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3 


14 26 




1 

1 ^ 


92 


9 


188 


229 


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18 

1 


6 


1 

8 9 


94 


90 31 


17 


81 


45 


76 


38 


76 


40 


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5 


5 11 


1:57 


1«0 193 


173 


56 


150 


9 


89 


120 


161 


16 


10 


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4 


12 52 


5 


30 


20 


30 


68 


100 


5 


18 


4 


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48 


139 87 


23 


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75 


203 


190 


232 


72 


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213 188 


166 


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177 


113 


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175 


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126 


159 , 


73 


163 


189 


230 


160 


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84 


61 


12 


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109 


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184 


205 1 


172 


197 


23 


64 


27 


17 


4 


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151 


110 199 


173 


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135 


19 


8 


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56 


57 


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126 


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79 


14 


68 


100 


41 



70 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE SECOND CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the Second Class and relative standing at the 




193 Conger, Franklin Patil 

180 Connor, Edward Hollis 

106 Cordiner, Douglas Campbell 

53 Crosby, Howard Hall 

36 Cunningham, John Craig 

22 Cutis, Elwin Fisher 

120 Dague, William Henry 

86 Davis, Charles Henry, jr 

4 Davis, Henry Frederick Dilman 

tt Davis, Leslie Charles 

lOST Denney , Andrew Daniel 

147 Dibrell, AquillaGibbs..- 

189 Dolan, Carleton Mathews 

ft Donald, Harry Gordon 

6 Donavin, Kirkwood Harry 

85 Douglas, Archibald Hugh 

t Doxey , John Lockhart 

93 I Ducey , David Francis 

138 Duncan, Greer Assheton 

112 Earle, John Ray 

30 Emmer son, George Harris 

139 I Emmet, Robert Rutherford Morris . . 
132 Estess, Eddie James 

f f [ Everson, John Horace 

^ Farrell, William Edward 

186 Forgus, Harry Hildebrandt 

14 Foy , Edward James. 

121 Greeno, Loren Walden 

80 Greig, Stuart Osmond 

91 Gresham, William Fuller 

142 ! Guthrie, Edwin 

54 Hall, William Holland 

158 Hamilton, Henry Clay . . - 

58 Harris, Charles Arno 

123 Heiberg, Walter Le Roy 

r 1 77 Henderson , Elias Heckman 

^ , Hewlett, George Wilson 

44 Hickey, Bernard Francis 

115 Hicks, Will Whinery 

170 Hill, Kinchen Leonard 

62 Hilliard , John Columbus 

77 Hird, Harry Booth 



St. Louis. Mo 

Clinton, Iowa 

Laramie, Wyo 

Somerville, Mass ... 

Lufkin, Tex 

Milford, N. H 

Fowler, Ind 

Groton, Mass 

Elko, Nev ... 

Grange ville, Idaho . 
Mountaingrove, Mo. 

Sparta, Tenn 

Hannibal, Mo 

Mobile, Ala 

Columbus, Ohio 

Knox ville, Tenn 

Berry ville, Ark 

Framingham, Mass. 

Alexandria, La 

Chicago, 111 

Lincoln, 111 

At large _ . 

Columbia, La 

Syracuse, N. Y 

New York, N. Y... 

Trenton, N. J 

Little Rock, Ark . .. 

Milford, Ohio 

Chicago, 111 

Jonesboro, Tenn 

Harrison, Nebr 

Rockingham, N. C. . 

Dalton, Ga 

Grafton, N. Dak -.. 

La Crosse, Wis 

Chicago, 111 

New Haven, Conn.. 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Birmingham, Ala .. 

Darlington, S. C 

Lancaster, S. C 

Sturgis, S. Dak 



Date of 
admisBiOD. 



Sept. 14, 


1904 


July 14, 


1904 


June 9, 


1904 


July 14, 


1904 


July 2, 


1904 


June 13, 


1904 


July 2, 


1904 


July 7, 


1904 


June 11, 


1904 


July 14, 


1904 


June 8, 


1904 


June 24, 


1908 


July 6, 


1904 


June 7, 


1904 


June 28, 


1904 


June 8, 


1904 


May 7, 


1903 


June 8, 


1904 


July 1, 


1904 


June 15, 


1904 


June 1 1 , 


1904 


July 6, 


1904 


June 7, 


1904 


June 11, 


1904 


June 29, 


1904 


June 10, 


1904 


May 10, 


1904 


July 5, 


1904 


June 10, 


1903 


June 21, 


1904 


July 19, 


1904 


July 26, 


1904 


June 8, 


1904 


June 23, 


1904 


July 8, 


1904 


May 6, 


1903 


July 7, 


1904 


July 10, 


1903 


June 29, 


1903 


June 8, 


1904 


June 11, 


1904 


June 16, 


1904 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE SECOND CLASS. 



71 



Annual Examination , June^ 1906 — 916 members — Continned. 



Age at date 
of admission. 

1 
1 

• 

f. ** 

« 1 

19 ; 


8ea service 

in practice 

ships. 

s >> 

1 & 

6 11 






Order of merit in 


— 






1 

1 

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r 1 

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3 
2 




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201 


1 

1 

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s 
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211 


• 

s 
2 

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1 

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208 I 


• 

a. 

1 

c 
* 

191 


E 


• 

9 
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a 

182 


s 

1 

a 

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u 




168 


226 ' 


198 


19 


2 


5 




201 


143 154 


173 


173 


162 


190 


92 


128 


180 


19 


8 


. 5 




62 


157 193 

i 


95 


187 


61 


104 


118 


152 . 


106 


17 


4 


5 




62 


24 48 


58 


63 


187 


115 


129 


167 


58 


19 


8 


5 




12 


78 59 


53 


66 


167 


2 


185 


227 1 


86 


; 18 


9 


5 




16 


127 56 


9 


139 


73 


61 


28 


64 . 


22 


; 18 


8 


5 


11 


124 


45 188 


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151 


175 


81 


101 


133 


120 


i ^^ 


2 


5 




116 


42 1 96 


45 


115 


23 


17 


82 


118 • 


86 


! 19 


5 


5 




6 


22 ; 48 


2 


29 


11 


46 


68 


100 


4 


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10 


5 


X k 


185 


183 


195 


184 


196 


92 


168 


207 


255 


tt 


19 




5 




119 


171 


154 


60 


23 


84 


37 


84 


116 


108 


18 





8 


9 


112 


152 


78 


134 


2l»9 


157 


190, 


154 


196 


147 


17 


10 


5 




201 


198 


211 


196 


139 


162 


177 


140 


; 182 


189 


17 





5 




102 


134 


124 


187 


169 


197 


34 


213 


; 278 


tt 


18 





5 




10 


26 i 6 


5 


56 


52 


27 


119 


153 


6 


19 


4 


3 




80 


124 1 69 


74 


91 


82 


98 


112 


146 


85 


18 


4 


8 




80 


212 82 


166 


165 


214 


121 


133 


174 


t 


17 


4 







108 


26 111 


73 


189 


65 


24 


80 


109 


98 


' 17 


3 


5 




105 


175 213 


171 


74 : 


44 


34 


41 


79 


188 


20 


2 


') 




137 


li^7 141 


' 126 


38 


28 


90 


74 


107 


112 


19 


9 


5 




42 


8 29 


53 


173 


96 


76 


51 


•- 90 


80 


16 


5 





• 11 


143 


75 129 


136 


137 I 


5 


179 


166 


209 


189 


: 18 


9 







149 


152 152 


103 


153 


82 


111 


60 


95 


182 


17 


9 


5 




171 


143 18 


196 


84 


180 


215 


211 


269 


tt 


18 





5 




212 


179 116 


160 


148 ; 


100 


121 


65 


99 


• 


17 


8 







201 


209 121 


207 


129 

1 


206 


17 


173 


216 


186 


17 

1 


8 


5 




46 


6 10 


49 


66 


20 


56 


26 


; 66 


14 


18 


4 


5 




102 


170 135 


134 


79 I 


100 


187 


87 


118 


121 


18 


3 


8 




80 


38 53 


155 


7 _ 


128 


218 


120 


, 155 


80 


19 


8 







79 


157 Il21 


88 


46 


100 


81 


57 


94 


91 


18 i 


► 


5 




137 


107 56 


103 


211 : 


175 


163 


190 


1 232 


142 


19 




5 




51 


165 45 


103 


139 


107 


184 


7 


33 

■ 


54 


17 


2 


5 




166 


151 !M) 


149 


194 


107 


144 


135 


176 


158 


18 


1 


5 




27 


178 106 


51 


60 


57 


104 


128 


166 


58 


18 


3 


5 




175 


132 106 


173 


97 


96 


104 


1 


16 


123 


19 


8 


s 




15S 


152 144 


126 


12:3 


180 


200 


202 


244 


rl77 


: 18 


7 


5 




210 


134 69 


208 


203 


;94 


144 


210 


268 


•T 


■ .18 

1 


5 


S 




40 


42 55 


88 


187 


KM) 


61 


22 


60 


44 


1 17 


11 


s 




0<) 


115 65 


69 


196 


107 


214 


195 


2:38 


115 


18 


11 


.") 




196 


96 203 


187 


72 

1 


191 


76 


51 


90 


170 


19 


1 


5 




S9 


28 65 


26 


117 


39 


44 


138 


177 


62 


19 


8 


."> 




70 


166 


87 


111 


46 


61 


37 


45 


H2 ' 


77 



TZ 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE SECOND CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the Second Class and relative standing at the 



o 



64 

98 

15 

158 

*1 

67 

48 

174 

117 

149 

163 

82 

194 

95 

140 

83 

175 

35 

32 

184 

31 

157 

99 

119 

143 

111 

74 

33 

173 

73 

152 

90 

r 

75 

121 

8 

150 

166 

f 
r 

164 

94 



c 

f I 

a 
be < 



u 
it 



Name. 



Appointed from- 



Date of 
admission. 



Hitchcock, Harry Merrill 

Hodgman, William Adams 

Holland, Paul Leach 

Hulings, Joseph Simpson ... 

Hnnsaker, Jerome Clarke 

Irish, James McCredie 

Iseman, John Edward, jr 

Jaeger, Ralph Mattson 

James, Charles Milford 

James, Jules 

Jennings, John Calvin 

Jordan, Leland, jr 

Jukes, Earle Winfield . 

Kauffman, James Laurence 

Keleher, Timothy J erome 

Kemman, Arthur Sylvanus . 

Kemp, Dennis Edwin 

Kilpatrick, Walter Kenneth 

King, Rufus 

Kinkaid, Thomas Cassin 

Knauss, Harrison Edward 

Knerr, Hugh Johnston 

Kraus, Sidney Moses 

Labhardt, Herbert Bismarck... 

La Bounty, Selah Montrose 

Laizure, Dallas Charles 

Lammers, Howard Melvin 

Latham, John Campbell 

Leahy, Michael Arthur 

Le Bourgeois. Henry Blow 

Lee, Alva 

Lee, Willis Augustus, jr 

Lemly , Rowan Palmer 

Loftin, Edward Hill 

Lowell, Jabez Stubbs 

Lucas, Arthur Linford 

McCauley , Cleveland 

McClain, John Franklin 

McCormick, Eugene Delapointe 

McDonald, James William 

McGuire, Henry Davis 

McKee, Ernest Wheeler 



Pittsford,Vt --..... I July 6,1904. 

Saratoga, N. Y June 27, 1903 ' 

Laurinburg, N. C . . July 5, 1904 i 

Oil City, Pa I June 8,1904', 

Saginaw, Mich | July 5, 1904 ' 

Utica, N. C .July 2,19041 

Middletown, N. Y . . June 27, 1903 1 
Minneapolis, Minn. .{ June 28, 1904 

Grinnell, Iowa i June 27, 1908 1 

Danville, Va ]june 9, 1904 1 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa. I July 1 , 1904 
Murfreesboro,Tenn-, June 27, 1903 ' 

Belvidere, m June 9,19041 

Miamisburg, Ohio . .' June 29, 1904 : 
Jersey City, N. J . . . , June 9, 1904 [ 
New Hampton, Iowa' July 5, 1904 1 

Walnut Springs. Tex ' July 5, 1904 

New York, N.Y-... I July 9,1904, 

At large June 29,1903 

Atlarge --Jjuly 7,1904 

EastOn, Pa , June 30,1903 

Atchison, Kans ...?.! June 8, 1904 

Peru, Ind ' July 11,1904 

Highland, Dl I Aug. 10, 1904 ' 

Fairhaven, Mich . . . j July 2, 1904 1 

Fargo, N. Dak July 5,1904 

Heron Lake, Minn.. I June 11, 1904 ' 

Hernando, Miss June 1 1 , 1904 ■ 

Marshfield, Wis . . . ' May 10, 1904 

Ama, La j June 27, 1908 !' 

Oxford, Nebr July 5,*1904 1 

Owenton, Ky ! July 9, 1904 

Atlarge ; May 18,1904 

Pensacola. Fla ! June 16. 1904 

Bangor, Me I July 9,1904 

Cleveland, Ohio : July 5, 1904 

Breckenridge, Tex. .1 May 10, 1904 j 

Tripp,S. Dak .June 9,1904 

Morifantown, W. Va I June 13, 1904 

Oshkosh, Wis June 14,1904 

Omaha, Nebr ! June 6, 1904 

Howard, S. Dak .... I June 9, 1904 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE SECOND CLASS. 



73 



Annual Examination, JutM, 1906—916 members — Continued. 



\ Age at date 
1 of admiMion. 


1 

SeaMnrlce 

in practice 

ihips. 






Order of merit in — 










i 






• 




, i 

se 

3 


1 


e 
•0 


K 






•n 1 


mm 

C 

2 

e 


1 

t 
^ t 


■ 
•» 

s 
o 

S 


JS 

a 
o 

S 

1 


& 


S 

* 

s 


1 

& 


8 

E 

. 1 

a 




04 


Mechanical 


1 

c 

X 

1 


1 

1 Efficiency. 

i 
1 



s 

a 


i 
a 

a 


tc 


« 

•E 




,. 





1 5 


11 


132' 


4 


33 


18 


52 


107 


163 


170 


213 


64 




19 


4 


8 


9 


86 


78 


73 


88 


159 


200 


203 


131 


172 


98 




16 


7 


5 


11 


54 


18 


20 


16 


23 


41 


56 


55 


93 


15 




16 


11 


1 5 


11 


102 


110 


:135 

1 


142 


123 


147 


208 


177 


223 


153 


17 


10 


5 


11 4 ' 8 


5 


1 


17 


2 


30 


94 


126 ; 


*1 




18 


11 


, 5 


7 


39 


48 


141 


160 


97 


41 


111 


35 


74 


67 




18 





8 


9 


48 


5 


56 


156 


74 


96 


22 


50 


89 


48 




19 


10 


5 


11 


191 


124 


111 


146 


169 


180 


98 • 


181 


225 


174 


1 


17 


8 


8 


9 132 


90 


31 


98 


107 


187 


163 


209 


•256 


117 




19: 8 


5 


11 


151 


104 


165 


95 


53 


107 


126 


161 


208 


149 




18 


2 


5 


11 


201 


119 


91 


162 


202 


175 


194 


74 


107 


163 




18 1 3 


7 


28 54 


70 


63 


171 


60 


157 


202 


101 


183 


82 




16 '• 6 


5 


11 ,193 '193 


209 


212 


173 


210 


169 


205 


250 


194 


1 


17 3 


5 


11 ' 42 - 110 


186 


103 


133 


69 


137 


139 


178 


95 


' 


19 1 8 


' 5 


11 124 72 


124 


162 


146 


203 


115 


92 


128 


140 




17, 10 


5 


11 92 51 


87 


98 


49 


125 


197 


43 


80 


83 




16 1 


5 


11 158 191 


129 


156 


200 


197 


115 


129 


167 


175 




16 8 


5 


11 32 107 


76 


8 


107 


8 


70 


106 


140 


85 




18; 5 


i 8 


9 


158 18 


1 


114 


12 


122 


9 1 


107 


142 


32 




16, 3 


5 


11 !l71 |207 


;180 


196 


180 


172 


157 


10") 


189 


184 




19' 3 


. 8 


9 92 10 


: 21 


65 


31 


3 


90 


38 


78 


31 




17 


5 


11 '119 183 


153 


149 


120 


39 


181 


147 


190 


157 




16 11 


1 ^ 


11 


128 


75 


111 


80 


HI 


15 


153 


148 


191 


99 




18 1 


5 


11 


193 ,119 


i 39 


191 


91 


84 


157 


64 


98 


119 




19 7 


5 


11 201 !l84 


160 


68 


180 


145 


169 


9 


47 


148 




19, 11 


5 


11 ! 196 41 


101 


125 


84 


28 


90 


62 


97 


111 




16 4 


5 


11 ,132 


14 


' 18 


88 


105 


84 


187 


125 


162 


74 




19 1 


5 


11 


60 


24 


34 


65 


84 


52 


61 


16 


55 


88 




18 1 


5 


11 178 166 


208 


156 


207 


142 


157 


29 


70 


173 




19 5 


6 


6 , 23 i 83 


39 


166 


115 


142 


210 


203 


246 


73 




18 9 


5 


11 


158 143 


141 


65 


129 


186 


179 


141 


188 


152 




16 i 1 


5 


11 48 1 186 


135 


71 


108 


84 


180 


108 


185 


90 




19 4 


3 





213 


86 


111 


214 


146 


212 


87 


77 


108 


r 




18 10 


5 


11 75 66 


111 


86 


40 


34 


76 


74 


107 


75 




18 6 


5 


11 95 , 143 


10:3 


111 


100 


i;J4 


104 


161 


208 


121 




16 1 6 


5 


11 ' 7 1 72 


24 


16 


33 


18 


67 


47 


80 


8 


1 


19 7 


5 


11 ; 166 96 


180 


146 


107 


157 


1N6 


0^ f^ 


lOH 


156 




19 6 


5 


11 !193 122 


82 


111 


151 


iHy 


190 


198 


2.'U 


166 


■ 


18 11 


5 


11 :158 


139 


124 


191 


213 


207 


206 


155 


197 


f 


17 ; 10 


3 


215 127 


63 


152 


84 


208 


145 


71 


101 


r 


. 19 11 


5 


11 143 90 


144 


156 


164 


187 


87 


187 


228 


IM 


i 


18 


3 


5 


11 


75 


115 


8-2 


142 


200 


1 52 


181 


27 


68 


94 



74 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE SECOND CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the Second Class and relative standimg at the 



a 
g 

e 

o 



"E 
o 



159 
146 

t 
12 

28 . 

25 I 

- t I 
169 I 

61 ; 

70 
117 

50 

69 

*2 I 
184 

h 

59 

125 I 
172 
113 

46 
124 

63 
182 
171 

92 
103 

t 
129 

r 

178 
13 

1[ 

192 

145 

78 
181 

00 

70 

11 
167 



Name. 



Appoiuteil ftroni — 



Date of 
admiwion. 



McNeill, Andrew Byrne 

Magmder, Gary Walthall 

Marion, Panl Henry 

Markland, Henry Thomas 

Martin, Alfred Girard 

Mecleary , Howard Blaine 

Meredith, John Ellyson 

Moore, James Dennis 

Mueller, Leo Charles 

Muir, Boyce Kitredge 

Mnnroe, William Robert 

Nelson, John Arthur 

Norris, Charles Rutter 

Norton, Edmand BandaU 

Olson, Allan Gustavus 

O'Rear, John Thomas Hazelrigg 

Oswald, James Leslie 

Owen, William Cook 

Parsons, Henry Ervin 

Pashley , William Hubbel 

Patterson, David Calvin, jr 

Payne, Samuel Spotts wood i 

Penn, Arthur Miller 

Peterson, Martin Jonas . .... 

Peyton, Paul Jones 

Pickering, Nelson Winslow 

Pierce, Morris Rumford 

Piersol, WilHam Burton 

Porter, Henry Hall . 

Powell, Edward William Beirne 

Purnell, William Reynolds 

Rankin, John Wilkes 

Rawls, Walter Owen 

Reid, Shelby Seymour 

Reimers, Christian Albert, jr 

Rinehart, Evan Urner 

Rockwell, Francis Warren 

Rogers, Robert Emmet 

Ross, Charles Corwin 

Rountree, Walter Jefferson 

Saufley , Richard Caswell 

Sohaffer, John Leinbach 



Hinkles Perry, Tex. 

Vicksburg, Miss 

At large 

Penn Yan,N. Y.... 

Findlay, Ohio 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Eutaw, Ala 

Ashland, Oreg 

La Crosse, Wis 

Grand Rapids ^ich . 

Waco, Tex 

Lancaster, N. H 

Philadelphia, Pa . . . 

Portland, Me 

ChicHgo, Jll 

London, Ky 

Goodland, Ind 

Tayetteville, N. C. 

Accomac, Va 

Chicago, 111 

Omaha, Nebr ...... 

Fayetteville, Ark 

Laredo, Tex 

Des Moines, Iowa . . 

Columbus. Miss 

Boston, Mass 

NewYork, N.Y.... 
Philadelphia, Pa . . 

Munhall, Pa 

Denver, Colo. 

Bowling Green, Mo. 
Hartford, Conn . . . 

Athens, Ala 

Amite, Lji 

Pierce, Nebr 

Baltimore, Md 

At large 

Ozark, Mo 

Richmond, Ind 

Quitman, Ga 

Stanford, Ky 

Reading, Pa 



July 7 
July 7 
July 6 
Aug. 26 
June 3 
June SO 
May 22 
July 8 
July 5 
July 19 
July 2 
July 5 
May 18 
June 10 
July 9 
July « 
July 2 
July 5 
June 15 
June 11 
July 1 
June 12 
July 5 
July 5 
June 10 
Aug, 2 
Oct. 15 
June 10 
June 9 
July 11 
July 14 
Sept. 1 
June 11 
July 4 
May 10 
Oct. 3 
June 11 
July 5 
July 8 
June 15 
June 11 
June 8 



I 



1904 

1904 f 

1904 

1904 

1008 

IfiOS 

1908 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1908 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1903 

1904^ 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

19081 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 

1904 1' 



MIDSHIPICBN OF THE SECOND CLASS. 



75 



lol Examination^ June^ 1906-^16 members— Coniamied. 



It date 
liarion. 


Seaservioe 

inpnctke 

■hips. 






Order of merit Id — 


f 


1 

Condnct. 


Number of demerits. 

1 


1 
1 


Monihii. 


■ 

•s 

1 

4 


■ 

1 




• 

1 

s 

1 

201 


• 

i 

& 

a5 


i 

J 
E 

1 

171 


1 
1 

8 

H 

.a 


♦ 

a 

"5 
& 

1 

s 


• 
Ok 

8 
S 


e 

1 

f6 


« 

1 

o 
u 
n 

•E 

o 


1 

6 


180 


180 


157 


56 


39 


77 


159 


3 


5 


11 


96 


207 


116 


114 


43 


157 


195 


174 


217 


146 


7 


5 


11 


201 


203 


14 


196 


205 


211 


131 


171 


214 


t 


5 


5 


11 15 


85 


28 


60 


4 


31 


9 


29 


70 


12 


5 


8 


9 80 


134 


13 


23 


74 


19 


98 


2 


25 


28 


1 9 


8 


9 


70 


57 


15 


28 


33 


23 


61 


37 


75 


25 


8 


7 


10 


132 


95 


135 


77 


155 


140 


197 


216 


298 


t 


2 


5 


11 


171 


57 


-170 


114 


186 


167 


195 


168 


211 


169 





5 


11 


96 


38 


29 


95 


173 


61 


157 


41 


79 


61 


5 


5 


11 


74 


57 


102 


21 


210 


92 


90 


84 


116 


70 


2 


5 


11 


66 


179 


135 


142 


166 


75 


90 


159 


205 


117 


1 


5 


11 110 


83 


36 


33 


13 


48 


9 


57 


94 


50 


7 . 


8 


9 ' 47 


127 


92 


101 


10 


61 


98 


131 


172 


69 





5 


11 2 


7 


21 


3 


40 


17 


30 


23 


64 


*2 


6 


5 


11 


128 196 


195 


88 


8 


57 


104 


113 


147 


134 


8 


5 i 


11 151 148 


203 


173 


214 


203 


211 


151 


193 


b 


1 


5 


11 56 i 35 


96 


58 


91 


107 


46 


111 


145 


59 


11 


5 


11 99 179 


199 


126 


185 


150 


111 


4 


31 


125 


1 


5 


11 


151 |190 


188 


60 


169 


189 


176 


172 


215 


172 


3 


5 


11 


151 70 


78 


81 


95 


28 


104 


194 


23.) 


113 


1 


5 


11 


112 107 


7 


77 


33 


84 


24 


54 


91 


46 


10 


8 


9 84 214 


103 


81 


180 


132 


144 


149 


192 


124 


9 


5 


11 72 198 


15 


88 


118 


75 


37 


122 


160 


63 


4 


5 


11 196 


196 


103 


173 


123 


147 


51 


197 


239 


182 


1 


5 


11 


175 i 157 


171 


166 


100 


145 


206 


99 


132 


171 


3 


8 i 





105 66 


154 


69 


14 


34 


16 


99 


132 


92 


8 


5 


11 I 72 66 


131 


121 


149 


48 


203 


160 


207 


103 


8 


4 


12 210 55 


203 


49 


17 


11 


14 


9 


47 


t 


10 

1 


5 


11 


178 122 


171 


121 


37 


69 


81 


51 


90 


129 


10 i 

j 


3 





213 139 


195 


216 


143 


213 


186 


200 


241 


r 


10 ; 


5 


11 


185 i 115 


106 


180 


81 


195 


126 


205 


. 250 


178 


10 ! 


5 


11 


11 86 


175 


4 


6 





2 


18 


57 


13 


7 


5 


11 , 178 210 


209 


203 


215 


216 


169 


144 


188 


•'I 


2 


5 

1 


28 


32 161 


74 


51 


97 


107 


190 


212 


275 


ff:r 


6 


5 1 


11 


166 205 


213 


208 


194 


203 


186 


185 


227 


192 


7 


5 


11 


108 66 


165 


126 


» 149 


127 


200 


145 


189 


145 


10 


5 


11 


56 i 51 


131 


136 


62 


38 


76 


90 


122 


78 


6 


5 


11 


185 169 


92 


187 


118 


175 


121 


199 


240 


181 


10 


5 


i ^^ 


42 :186 


160 


28 


66 


37 


37 


98 


130 


66 


9 


5 


11 


88 ' 48 


42 


81 


27 


90 


157 


135 


176 


70 


8 


5 


11 


21 1 20 


4 


45 


172 


67 


126 


28 


69 


11 


2 


5 


11 


124 


48 


199 


136 


191 


166 


98 


179 


224 


167 



76 



MIDSHIPMEN OP THE SECOND CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the Second Cflaaa and relative standing at the 



•c 

B 
1 

fl I 

^ I 

O I 
u 

o 

•H 

o 



97 

100 

65 

96 

56 

133 

150 

15 

154 

17 

21 

37 

IT 

60 
136 

179 

130 

183 

29 

i 
126 



f 
34 



127 

f 
US 

144 

'^ 

I 
20 
55 

191 

10 
187 
190 

ft 
148 

43 

38 

70 

105 

18 
110 



Name. 



Appointed from — 



Schanze, Alfred Keys 

Schipfer, Carl Arthur 

Seymour, Philip 

Shafroth, John Franklin, jr . . 

Smith. Frank Roop, jr 

Smith, James Downing 

Smith, Karl Frederick 

Smith, Oscar, jr — 

Smith. Pierre Lorraine 

Smith, Walter 

Smith, William Robinson, jr 

Speicher, Paul Ernest 

Spore, James Sutherland 

Staley, John Bridgford 

Stark, Lloyd Crow 

Steckel, Abner Moyer 

Stevens, James Garfield 

Stewart, Laurance Sprague. . . 

Stiles, William Henry. 

Steer, Charles Herbert 

Strauss, Harold Aaron 

Strother, Edmund Weyman . . 

Taylor, Henry George 

Thomas, Clarence Crase 

Thomas, Raymond Gaudenz 

Tipton, Thomas Murray 

Trippe, Richard Edwards 

Turner, Richmond Kelly 

Turner, William Woodfill-... 

Van de Carr, James Coe 

Vanderhoof, Arnold Hines .-. 
Van der Veer, Norman Reeve 

Walling, Ralph Gordon 

Warren, Lee Pettit 

Waters, Robert Powers 

Welshimer, Robert Ross 

West, Clyde Gray 

White, Richard Charles 

Wilhelm. Ora 

Wilkinson, John Cabell, jr . . . 

Wille, Frank Joseph 

Willett, Maurice Benjamin. . . 



Date of 
admittioo. 



Newark, N. J 


July 6,1904 


Sigourney, Iowa 


Ijuly 5,1904 


Providence, R. I 


! June 11,1903 


Denver, Colo 


June 15, 1904 


Wilmington , Del . . . 


iJuly 6,1904 


Shad well, Va 


June 11, 1904 


Adam», Mass 


■July 11,1904 


Wilkes Barre, Pa... 


July 9,1904 


Punxsutawney, Pa . 


July 6,1904 


Boston, Mass 


July 5,1904 


Weldon, N. C 


June 11, 1904 


Braddock, Pa 


July 7,1904 


WestBayCity,Mich. 


June 11,1904 


Albany, N.Y 


July 6,1904 


Louisiana, Mo 


June 11, 1904 


Orwigsburg, Pa 


May 11,1904 


Summerfield, Ohio. . 


July 2,1902 


South Orange, N. J. 


. May 10,1904 


Malbone, Ga 


May 13,1903 


Philadelphia, Pa 


Sept. 6,1904 


Franklin, Ohio 


July 2,1904 


Columbus, Ga 


July 6,1903 


Philadelphia, Pa . . . 


May 22,1903 


Grass Valley, Cal. . . 


. July 7,1904 


Monticello, Iowa . . . 


July 27,1904 


Las Vegas, N. Mex . 


July 5,1904 


Kittanning, Pa 


July 28, 1904 


Stockton, Cal 


June 13, 1904 


Evansville, Ind 


June 11,4904 


Albany, N. Y 


June 24, 1903 


New York, N. Y ... 


Aug. 15, 1904 


New York, N. \ _. 


July 2,1904 


Erie, Pa 


June 11, 1904 


Piedmont. Mo 


July 16,1904 


St. Joseph, Mo 


July 8,1904 


Neoga, 111 


July 5,1904 


Wellston, Ohio 


June 13, 1904 


Buffalo, N.Y 


June 15,1904 


Mattoon, 111 


July 13,1904 


St. Louis, Mo 


Sept. 30, 1904 


Omaha, Nebr 


J4ine 10, 1904 


Montpelier, Ohio . . . 


June 11,1904 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE SECOND CLASS. 



7r 



Annual Examination, June, 1906—^16 members — Continned. 



Age at date 
of admiwion. 


Sea service 

in practice 

ships. 


Order of merit in — 


• 

s 

T 
^> 

E 
c 

s 

a 




Years. 


• 
§ 

3 


a 
5 


?? 

_ 
11 


• 

8 

a 

o 

M 
*j 
08 

166 


• 
« 

"3) 

a 

57 


• ^ 

s 
to 

i a 

: i 

■ t 

1 

; 65 


• 

s 

9 

a 

! 

0^ 


• 

be 

g 

1 
§ 

72 


« 

1 

"3 

ja 

1 


• 

g 

o 

E 

H 


B 

6 


r 

« 

a 
1 

a 
o 
be 

'5 
o 


18 


120 


128 


27 


43 


80 


97 


17 





5 


11 


66 


127 


134 


77 


103 


107 


212 


156 


198 


100 


: 18 

1 


10 


8 


9 


36 


157 


154 


42 


53 


54 


90 


104 


137 


65 


17 


2 


5 


11 


143 


78 


92 


45 


66 


23 


5 


142 


186 ! 


96 


■ 18 


6 


5 


11 


30 


90 


171 


88 


4 


32 


81 


109 


144 


56 


19 


7 


5 


11 


105 


201 


203 


149 


111 


124 


51 


8 


42 


138 


18 


5 


5 


11 


185 


134 


188 


42 


49 


100 


51 


168 


211 


150 


' 17 


6 


5 


11 


19 


21 


69 


14 


63 


41 


17 


40 


78 


15 


1 17 


10 


5 


11 


143 


132 


116 


166 


96 


154 


131 


122 


160 


154 


: 18 


11 


5 


11 


29 


22 


53 


30 


1 


9 


24 


72 


102 


17 


17 


8 


5 


11 


36 


46 


! 26 


34 


27 


48 


111 


15 


54 


21 


16 


6 


5 


11 


89 


143 


• 

3 


53 


81 


167 


169 


121 


159 


37 


19 


• « «> — 


5 


11 


216 


199 


165 


136 


135 


92 


70 


125 


162 


IT 


18 


6 


5 


11 


20 


86 


188 


60 


203 


180 


81 


46 


83 


60 


! 17 


6 


5 


11 


151 


72 


135 


74 


111 


47 


98 


196 


239 


136 


17 


11 


5 


11 


185 


119 


199 


212 


138 


186 


169 


31 


72 


179^ 


19 


12 


8 


9 


166 


100 


41 


152 


74 


195 


144 


177 


223 


130 


17 


10 


5 


11 


175 


100 


144 


203 


173 


197 


56 


195 


238 


188 


19 




8 


9 


21 


104 


11« 


136 


180 


147 


144 


11 


48 


29 


! l« 


10 


5 


11 


158 


171 


144 


203 


129 


215 


208 


214 


293 


t 


1 16 


9 


5 


11 


191 


166 


46 


126 


111 


107 


142 


113 


147 


126 


; 18 


8 


8 


9 


116 


57 


160 


34 


153 


191 


216 


60 


95 


t 


: 17 


11 


8 


2 


84 


161 


11 


37 


80 


107 


46 


5 


'32 


34 


17 


6 


5 


11 


182 


110 


160 


74 


159 


79 


51 


49 


88 


127 


; 19 


10 


8 


9 


124 


216 


175 


194 


105 


79 


131 


142 


186 


t 


19 


10 


4 


22 


178 


183 


78 


194 


123 


167 


153 


124 


161 


168 


16 


6 


5 


11 


143 


110 


34 


184 


i 196 


133 


157 


204 


249 


144 


; 19 


« * * • 


5 


11 


14 


2 


15 


9 


15 


1 


5 


149 


192 


7 


! 19 


10 


5 


11 


17 


28 


62 


45 


44 


9 


27 


33 


73 


20 


: 17 


11 


8 


9 


25 


83 


154 


37 


133 


128 


153 


107 


142 


55 


! 18 


7 


5 


11 


171 


215 


203 


208 


159 


180 


144 


192 


233 


191 


; 19 


11 


5 


11 


66 


1 


2 


44 


215 


32 


126 


16 


55 


10 


i 19 


2 


5 


11 


182 


210 


180 


180 


155 


154 


184 


145 


189 


187 


'■ 16 


1 


5 


11 


196 


191 


195 


196 


155 


167 


70 


201 


243 


190 


18 


7 





11 


151 


193 


165 


142 


123 


201 


37 


215 


294 


tt 


i 1» 


2 


5 


11 


137 




131 


114 


155 


162 


142 


151 


193 


148 


19 


7 


5 


11 


119 


42 


48 


34 


20 


5 


22 


3 


27 


43 


19 


1 


5 


11 


IT 


55 


144 


30 


53 


23 


30 


133 


174 


38 


1 19 


11 


5 


11 


137 


8 


124 


18 


31 


20 


67 


84 


116 


76 


' 19 


11 


5 


11 


137 


40 


48 


201 


159 


208 


90 


12 


51 


105 


17 


10 


5 


11 


32 


14 


46 


12 


123 


28 


46 


18 


57 


18 


' 18 


8 


5 


11 


132 


152 


82 


146 


84 


122 


34 


96 


129 


116 



78 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE SECOND CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the Second Class and relative standing at the 



•c 

a 

o 

a 
« 

«> 

1 


Name. 


Appointed from — 


Date of 
admJflBion. 


24 


Wilson, En&rene Edward 


Seattle, Wash 

Hiram , Ohio 

Newcastle, Del 

Cincinnati. Ohio -.. 

Jamesyille, W is 

Concord, N. C 


Jnne 11. 1904 


181 


Wilson, Gteorcre Folcrer 


Jnly 11,1904 
Jnne 11, 1904 
Jnne 18, 1904 
Sept. 10, 1904 
Jnne 14, 1904 


161 


Wilson. William Walter 


151 


Wuest, Richard Walter 


165 


Yates, Charles Moaldinsr 


137 


Young, Robert Simonton, jr 



KmSHIPKEN OF THE 8BCOND CLASS. 
Awuud ftanriwdKbit. Jmu, l9oe~>ie tncmbera— Continoed. 



if^-'S" 


0*,--...- 


^ 




1 












S 


! 


1 








1 
1 














8 


1 


1 


1 


^ 




■s 


1 




1 

1A 


1 


i 


1 




i 


1 


i ■ 


1 


S 


i 


1 
1 


1 


1 




ft all! 


^ 


aa 


24 


37 


107 


17 


37 


31 


69 


» 




\t 


« 


fi 




no 


isn 


154 


136 


88 


W 


104 


m 


144 


IBl 




IS 


1 


s 




IflB 


161 


131 


103 


74 


154 


121 


1.17 


200 


161 




18 




5 




14S 


w 


144 


173 


211 


140 


169 


31 


72 


151 




111 10 


fi 




U9 


171 


218 


114 


M 


107 


144 


161 


308 


186 




IB 


' 


S 




14B 


208 


IBO 


98 


19 


137 


90 


47 


se 


187 



80 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE THIRD CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the Third Class and relative standing at the 



a 

a 



it 

o 



82 

157 

113 

r 

r 

116 

t 
172 

157 

62 

142 

182 

109 

144 

12 

145 

•^tt 

21 

17 

94 

161 

126 

34 

183 

22 

55 

43 

14 

t 
26 

20 
135 

92 
100 
184 

13 

95 

112 

105 

102 

6 



! 



Name. 



Appoint*^! from — 



Date of 
adminion. 



Alexander, Israel Moses 

Alford, Thalbert Nelson 

AUewelt, Robert Levi 

Alston. William Ott 

Applewhite, Duke 

Ashley, John Martin 

Bagg, Homer Adolph 

Barney, Arthur 

Barry, James Richard 

Bartlett, William Clifton 

Becker, John Erb 

Beeson, Delmar Harvey , 

Bennett, Robert Horace 

Benson, Howard Hartwell James 

Bernhard, Alva Douglas 

Billingsley, William Devotie 

Blandin, John Joseph 

Blankenship, Ernest Joseph 

Borchardt, Herbert Reynolds Alex- 
ander. 

Borland, John 

Boucher, Creed Haymond 

Bowman, Mark Cooper 

Bradford, Gerard 

Braisted, Frank Alfred 

Brandt, Edmund Selden Randolph. . 

Brown, Stuart Southerland 

Bunkley , Joel William 

Burdick, Harold Stacey 

Butler, Henry Mithoff 

Butler, William Parker 

Bye, Levi Bendlck 

Campbell, Levin Hicks, jr 

Canine, Stanley Roscoe 

Cappel, Clarence 

Carey, Lee Cummins 

Carroll, Penn Leary ... 

Carter, Frank Saulsbury 

Carver, Wilbur Joshua 

Chambers, Charles Fletcher 

Chapline, Vance Duncan 

Church, Gaylord 



Taylor, Tex 

Wills Point, Tex .. 

Hanover, Pa 

Clayton, Ala 

Brownstown, Ind.. 

Carmi, 111 

West Turin, N. Y . 

Kearney, Nebr 

Monroe, Mich 

Nasonville, R. I 

Marietta, Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa. . . 
Indianapolis, Ind .. 

Macon, Ga 

Lawrence, Kans... 

Winona, Miss 

Atlarge 

Paragon, Ind 

Chicago, 111 



New York, N. Y... 
New Carlisle, Ind_ . . 

Carrollton, 111 

Burlington, Vt 

New York, N.Y.... 

Montclair, N. J 

West Seattle, Wash- 

Macon, Ga ' 

Providence, R. I 

Columbus, Ohio 

Jackson, Tenn 

Wallin, Mich _ . 

HyattsWlle, Md . . . . 

Llano, Tex 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Berlin, Md 

Minden, La 

Lewes, Del i 

Searsport, Me 

Steuben ville, Ohio . . 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Meadville, Pa 



June 27 
June 20 
June 30 
June 17 
July 11 
June 80 
May 1 
July 8 
July 11 
July 
May 
July 22 
July 28 
June 29 
June 17 
July 5 
Aug. 80 
June 17 
July 13 



June 

June 

Sept. 

June 

June 

July 

! Apr. 

I July 

; June 

I July 

' June 

June 

I June 

July 

June 

July 

May 

July 

July 

! Mar. 

June 

June 



7 
28 
15 
16 
28 

3 
27 

6 
17 

3 

16 
24 
28 

5 

9 
22 

2 
14 

9 

6 

5 



1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1904 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 

1904 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1904 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1904 
1905 
1905 
15,1905 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE THIRD CLASS. 



81 



Annual Examiriation^ June^ 1906— 2tS members. 



Agcttdateof 
tdmiHkm. 


8ea aerrice in 
practice ihlpt. 




( 


Drder of merit in — 






Number of demerits. 




1 

l 

> 


1 

1 
1 

• 

1 


1 

• 
• 

1 

§ 

2 


• 

■ 
11 


« 

s 

i 

9 


• 

1 

a 
«e 

« 
a 


a 
E 


« 1 
1 

•o 
•3 

« 
^ 1 

135 


• 

a 
« 

E 
M 

204 


S 
a 

6 

_ - 

30 


• 

a 

9 
1 

t 

•E 

o 


16 ' 


71 


156 


77 


70 


82 


17 , 


8 


2 


11 


145 


142 


190 


93 ' 


154 


186 


225 


157 


16 


3 


2 


11 


105 


136 


101 


100 ; 


119 


125 


150 


113 


18 ■ 


5 








214 


212 


198 


184 


94 


132 


155 


r 


18 


1 

7 ■ 








214 


217 


198 


174 


66 


200 


262 


r 


18 ; 


10 


2 


11 


115 


95 


18 


164 


199 


203 


271 


116 


18 


8 


2 


11 


152 


208 


211 


151 


172 


83 


115 


+ 


19 





2 


11 


203 


183 


158 


135 


154 


89 


119 


172 


18 


3 


2 


11 


181 


170 


101 


114 


138 


140 


; 160 


157 


17 


9 1 


5 


11 


40 


89 


32 


151 ! 


66 


151 


' 173 


62 


18 


3 


1 


15 


160 


196 


184 


24 


94 


36 


76 


142 


20 


1 




11 1 


209 


183 


204 


179 


77 


160 


190 


' 182 


17 


11 


2 


11 


123 


155 


168 


16 


172 


41 


80 


109 


16 


9 , 


2 


11 


164 


127 


158 


120 


33 


62 


97 


144 


19 i 


3 


2 


11 


21 


6 


28 


19 


8 


173 


205 


12 


18 


2 


2 


11 


141 


191 


184 


91 


199 


9 


46 


145 


19 


5 
11 




















, ^a 


19 


2 


3 ~ " * " * 
11 


14 


56 


54 


88 


18 


41 


80 


1 

21 


17 


3 


2 


11 ' 

1 


17 


44 


6 


36 


i i 


176 


210 1 


17 

1 


16 


< 


5 


11 . 


46 


161 


15 


186 


195 


209 ' 


282 ' 


94 


17 


4 


2 


11 1 


166 


170 


154 


131 


179 


136 


157 


161 


18 


9 


2 


11 


130 


117 


184 


118 


207 


24 


66 


126 


17 


9' 


2 


11 


24 


65 


16 


16 


33 


210 


289 


34 


16 


4 


2 


11 


200 


180 


206 


179 


77 


202 


267 


183 


17 


1 


2 


11 


34 


23 


41 


31 


33 


131 


154 


22 


18 


8 


2 


11 


65 


89 


92 


26 


IS-^ 


54 


89 


55 


18 





2 


11 


53 


23 


140 


84 


<*«> 
i i 


15 


59 


43 


18 , 


2 


2 


11 


12 


34 


45 


56 


51 


43 


82 


14 


19 ' 


3 


2 


11 


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Clevenger, Grover Cleveland 

Coman, Robert Grimes 

Comfort, Roland Marcy 

Cooper, Henry Gfeorge, jr .. 

Daubin, Freeland Allan 

Davis, Charles Covode 

Davis, Roy Henry 

Dayton, James, jr 

Dearing, Anderson Chenault 

Deem, Joseph Mason 

De Mott, Max Burke 

Dessez, John Harrison Semmes.. 

Dixon, Virgil Jason 

Donelson , John Findley 

Downer, Delavan Bloodgood 

Doyle, James Madison 

Dresel, Alger Herman 

Dreutzer, Carl Ebbe 

Drew, Richard 

Dunn, Lucius Claude 

Dysart, Arthur Samuel 

Eccleston, Howard Richardson.. 

Ede, Alfred Louis 

Elder, Charles Milford 

Ellington, Eric Lamar 

Elliot, Richard McCall, jr 

Endel, Solomon 

Faus, William Curtis 

Fay, Rush Southgate 

Fowler, Franklyn Harper 

Fox, Henry Hugo 

Friedell, Deupree Julien 

Gary. Charles Braxton 

Gibson, Holbrook 

Gillette, Claude Sexton 

Gilroy , Cyrus Dnrsey 

Gleimon , James Blair 

Gorham , Georpre Burton 

Grebe, Walter Christian 

Green. Fitzhugh 

Greene, Oscar Casey 

Guiler, Robert Pollok, jr 



Excelsior. Mo July 7. 1905 • 

Trempealeau, Wis -J July 22,1905 

Bradford, Pa ' June 26, 19a5 ; 

Oxford, N.C I May 4, 19051 

Lamar, Mo | July 5.1905' 

Pleasant Unity, Pa . . i July 7, 1 905 ' 

Eugene, Oreg May 9, 1905 1 

Port Jefferson.N.Y ., May 20, 1906 1 
Flemingsburg, Ky..| July 1, 1905 j 

Memphis, Tenn July 17, 1905 1 

Niles, Mich July 5,1905 

Chevy Chase, Md.. J July 8,1905 
Los Angeles, Gal . . . { June 15. 1905 
Pawnee, Okla I July 5, 1905 



June 10, 1905 
July 8. 1904 



New York, N.Y.-- 
Philadelphia, Pa ._. 

Atlarge i July 5,1905 

Sturgeon Bay, Wis J June 11, 1904 

Detroit, Mich ! June 80, 1905 

Watervalley ,Mi8S . . ' July 18, 1905 

Phoenix, Ariz ! June 28, 1905 

Blackwell,Mo jjuly 11,1905 

Reno, Nev July 5,1905 

Cordele, Ga 'July 1,1905 

Smithfield, N. C . . . . | July 8, 1905 1 
Lower Merion , Pa . . I Aug 1 7, 1 905 1 
Lake Charles, La ... i June 30, 1905 1 

Onawa, Iowa | July 8, 1905 

Atlarge |July 18,1904! 

Cheyenne, Wyo ; June 15, 1904 ' 

St. Louis, Mo j Apr. 29, 1905 j 

Texarkana, Ark ; May 1 , 1905 j 

Henderson, N. C ...Apr. 29,1905 
Jersey City, N.J...' Aug. 22, 1905 ' 

Cherokee, Iowa ' June 28, 1905 1 

Lebanon, Pa ! June 8, 1904 i 

( hio jSept. 16,19W( 

Marshall, Mich jjuly 11,1908. 

Yankton, S. Dak.— , July 17, 1905 ' 
St. Joseph, Mo. .... I June 20, 1905 ' 

Opelika, Ala { Aug. 16, 19051 

Calais, Ohio »July 8,19051 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE THIRD CLASS. 



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Midtikiptnen of the Third Close and relative itandiiig at tht 




Gnnther, Enieat Ludolph . . . 

Gwynu, Henry Martel _ 

Haas, Ewart Gladstone 

Hainea, PreBton Bennett 

Hambsch. Phillip Frederic ., 

Harris, Jose pli Sumpter 

Hatcher, Jnliaii Somerville-- 

Haiton, Ralph Glover 

Heilrick, David Irvin -. 

Hendersoii. Monroe Irby 

Hersej-, Mark Lesley, jr 

Heywood, Claude Lyman . . . 

Hoey, Granville Benjauin . . 

Hnmbert, George rrederick. 

Hustvedt, Olaf Mandt 

JemiBon, John Kell 

Joers, Rudolph Joseph 

Johnson, Frank Edward 

Johnson, Lee Payne 

Jones, Raymond Edwin 

Jones, Thomas Hardaway... 

Jungliug, (Jarl Peiinywitt«.. 

Keep, Howanl Sanford 

Kecster. (teorge Bennett 

Kelley, Frank Harrison, jr .. 

Kelly. Monroe ,. _., 

Eenne^ly, Sherman Stewart . 

King, Samuel Wilder 

Kirk. Alan Goodrich 

Kirkman, Van Leer, jr 

Kitagaki. Asahi 

Koehler. Hugo William 

Koeaig, William Charles 

Lange, Edward Charles 

Lanphier, Alfred Young .. . 

Lansdowne, Zachary 

Leaphart, Harry Arthur 

LeClair, Hugh Pope 

Leigh ton, Frank Thompson . 
, Lind, Wallace Ludwig 

Lindley, Leo Lee 

' Lindsey, Lemnel Earl 



Memphis, Tens [Apr. 3B,1fl05 

Pitt8l.urg,Pa IJnne 8.19W 

NBwport.B.I -July 8.1001 

Peekskill, NY July 17.1M5 

Burlington, Iowa. . . June 18, 1905 

Monticello. Ark June 30, 19115 

Front Royal, Va July 6,1»5 

Wonhington, Ind.. Aug. ]7,1WM 

Dunkirk, Ohio July 32.11105 

Fort Worth. Tex ._. Jnne 80. 1903 

Corinth, Me July 7. IWM 

Jackson, Mich Jnly 1.1905 

Dover, Del Jnly 8,1905 

Williamstown,Pa-. July 5, 1 9(15 

Decorah,IowB June 15.10051 

Lafayette.Ala July 7,1905| 

St.Lonis.Mo July 12,1905| 

Marysvills, Cal May 13.19041 

Concord.N.C Sept. S. 1005 

Wickliffe, Ohio July 0.1905 

NorcTOM, Ob July 5.10041 

N8tchee,MisB JApr. 2U.1005| 

Lowell, Mass IJuly 19.1005, 

Chicago. Ill ; June 11 . 100* 

Tacoma.Wash Jnne lO.lOOSJ 

Stannton.Va Apr. aO.lOOGj 

Ba«lii»wWMt8id(,a<eh. J Jnne 17, 1B05 . 

Honolulu, H. I I Jnne 27,1805' 

Beverly, N.J Ijnly 6.19051 

Naafaville, Tenn Jnly 7,1905 

Kioto, Japan ! Jnne 10, 1900 

St. Louis. Mo jjnly 31.19(» 

Bnak. Tex __ JApr. 30.1005 

Medford.Wis June 20. IBCe 

Springfield, m June 20, IBM 

Gmraville, Ohio ...Sept. 7,1805 

Brookfield. Mo June 15. 1906, 

Superior, Wis June 17.19051 

Tunkhannock. Pa June 14. 1906 
Brainerd, Minn ... I June 30.1905' 

ProHperitf , Pa Jnly 5. 1005 

Gnadenhutten.Ohio Jnly 5, 190<'> 




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Name. 



Appointed from — 



Date of 
admlMkm. 



Little, William Taliaferro 

Logan, Edgar Arden 

Lothrop, Cnminings Lincoln, jr 

Lucas, Chauncey Armlyn 

McCabe, Hugh Victor 

McCandlish, Benjamin Vaughan .... 

McCauley, Tracey Lay 

McDowell , Dudley Howard 

McElduff , Daniel Aloysius 

McGlasson, Archibald 4 _ _ 

Mclntyre. Earl Ames 

Macfarlane, Scott Bfirtlctt ^ 

Maddox, Charles Hamilton 

Mailley , Charles Clark White 

Maloney, James Dodson 

Manahan, Stewart Allan 

Manock, Frank Delmore 

Meade, Bolivar Vaughan 

Merrick, Anson Angus 

Miller, Adolph Bradlee 

Mooney, Robert Weir 

Morrison , Charles Henry 

Moses, Radford _ 

Murphy, Joseph Augustine 

Nordyke, Horace Williams 

Northcrof t, Percy Wilfred 

Oldendorf , Jesse Barrett 

Ordway , Earl Prime 

Paunack, Robert Rudolf 

Pendleton, Andrew Louis, jr 

Piatt, Comfort Benedict 

Poole, John Littleton 

Porter, William Nichols 

Price, Charles Denniston 

Quale, Grant Wilson 

Quillian, John William 

Raguet, Edward Cook 

Redman, Ernest Albert 

Reeves, George Newton, jr 

Reordan, Charles Edwin 

Rice, Paul Hildreth 

Eichardson, William Nicholas, jr 



Greenville, Miss July 

New York, N. Y . . . July 
Springfield, Mass . . . Apr. 
New York, N. Y ... July 

Leesburg, Va June 

Petersburg, Va July 

At large July 

Blakely, Ga j July 

New York, N. Y . . . i Sept. 

Bunittsvillp, Ky June 

ISliddletown, N. Y . . July 

Towanda, Pa j July 

Oil City, Pa jJune 

Stromsburg, Nebr . . j July 

Knoxville, Tenn I June 

Norwalk, Ohio July 

Pittsfield, Me July 

Birmingham, Ala ..; Aug. 

Walhalla. S.C iJuly 

Buffalo, N. Y .June 

New York, N. Y . . .1 July 

Hudson , N. Y 1 May 

Jefferson City, Mo . . I Jnly 

Boston, Mass 1 July 

Indianapolis, Ind ... I June 

Pawtuxet, R. I \ June 

Riverside, Cal I May 



July 
June 
Elizabeth City, N.C.i May 



Battle Creek, Mich 
Madison, Wis 



Pittsfield, Mass 

Baltimore, Md 

Toledo, Ohio 

Oakmont, Pa 

Silver Creek, N.Y . 

Augusta, Gkt 

Davenport, Iowa . . , 

Lynn, Mass 

Markland, Ind 

Dallas, Tex 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Quidnunc, Ala 



May 

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12. 1905 
8,1905 

29, 1905 1 
5, 1905 1 

10.19051 
5,1905, 

11,19041 
5,1904, 
2,1905, 

16,1905, 
8, 1905 1 
6,1JK)5, 

16,1905, 

18, 19<»5! 

15,1905' 
5, 1905 1 
6. 1905 i 

16.1905, 
6, 1905 1 

10.1905j 

22, 1905 i 
1,1905, 
8. 1905 1 

22, 1905 , 

19,1905, 

17,19a5 
1,1905 
5,1905 

20,1905 
6,1905 
1, 1905 
5,1904 

15,1905 

27,1905 
7,1905 

14,1905 
8,1905 

14,1905 

18,1905 

28,1905 
5,1905 

16,1905 



MIDSHIPMBN OF THE THIRD CLASS. 
June, IBoe — SM members — Continuetl. 





pnwSte. 


.Ui.. 




Oidtrol 


Mill In- 






1 




■1 ' 

; 1 ^ ' 


1 


i 




1 
1 

1 


I 


I 

1 


i 


i 


i 

1 

•s 


18' 7' 


1 








la 


18 1 


2 




loa 


70 


48 


54 


"m 


108 


187 


7."i 


19 8 1 


a 




26 


14 


4 


23 


18 


107 


136 


5 


ts' 9 1 


3 




83 


166 


109 


2 


04 


i;w 


1,58 


45 


Ifti 4 1 


2 




112 


115 


151 


147 


119 


S5 


116 


128 


19 1 


a 




36 


70 


135 


109 


154 


11 


.53 


50 


17 e \ 


5 




30 


17 


18 


102 


307 


143 


164 


2fl 


IS 6 


5 




176 


206 


146 


164 


154 


ao 


lit 


1B7 


IT 9 '- 


3 




IB 


44 


59 


61 


211 


129 


151 


27 


l« 9 1 


3 




122 


120 


166 


29 


207 


159 


180 


129 


1U 10 1 . 




















i;n 


19 10 


a 




152 


194 


174 


84 


154 


177 




212 


ion 


10. < 4 I 


3 




180 


80 


115 


56 


138 


10S 


138 


104 


IT 8 \ 


a 




loe 


67 


36 


99 


119 


81 


112 


77 


10 O 


a 




38 


53 


66 


77 


e« 


105 


1.15 


37 


18 4 1 


2 




ITl 


201 


190 


131 


00 


119 


146 


174 


IH ' 4 1 


3 


11 


58 


98 


127 


.14 


24 


40 


78 


66 


17 10 


2 




217 


208 


178 


202 


77 


la-i 


194 


•■ 


19 4 ' 


a 




S8 


113 


75 


13 


no 


204 


378 


88 


19 9 { 


a 




184 


201 


168 


157 


as 


162 


191 


178 


19 a 


1 




111 


59 


13 


203 


51 


111 


140 


rTU 


20 i O 


2 




120 


37 


95 


191 


77 


36 


76 


86 


16 1 


2 




1« 


101 


51 


82 


108 


2 


32 


93 


18 8 


2 




178 


134 


82 


157 


33 


207 


280 


164 


18 


2 




93 


77 


140 


12 


S3 


75 


106 


71 


18 10 


2 




157 


213 


126 


31 


8 


17 


60 


t 


18 8 


2 




198 


129 


174 


174 


179 


92 


120 


160 


1« . 7 


a 




S3 


115 


110 


6 


138 


44 


83 


67 


19 I 


2 


11 


56 


83 


81 


56 


16 


71 


103 


57 


18 7 


a 


11 


152 


139 


146 


74 


214 


115 


143 


140 


19 7 


2 


11 


43 


78 


83 


24 


16 


181 


219 


59 


IB i 9 


5 




U» 


"108 


85 


51 


77 


117 


145 


119 


1« 


a 




98 


26 


38 


174 


66 


20 


64 


60 


' 19 1 6 


2 




171 


117 


196 


120 


173 


55 


90 


140 


18 , 4 


8 


il 


171 


119 


140 


84 


66 


111 


140 


130 


18 > 8 


a 




24 


3 


64 


88 


24 


51 


88 


15 


1 1» 1 8 








89 


52 


lie 


20 


77 


58 


93 


63 


i 1« 1 7 


2 


u 


47 


34 


11 




179 


198 


3r>4 


31 


! wl 2 


2 




146 


72 


119 


77 


51 


24 


66 


103 


17 j 1 


2 




115 


63 


77 


126 


119 


134 


1.58 


96 


i 1»! 2 


2 




86 




05 


61 


204 


77 


107 


78 


> 17 ' 6 


3 




166 


180 


216 


03 


18 


178 


216 


t 



MIDSHIPHBN OF TRB THIRD CLASS. 

MidHhipmen of the Third Vlana and relative standing al9 




I Richer, Thomas Beall 

I RidKeley, Harry Clark 

Eieger, Angnstine Watchmftn.. 

; Bobbins, Josephna Gayle 

I Roberts, Chester Sayre 

! Roberts, William LawtoD 

I BobertBon. Marion Clinton 

I Robertson, Robert Stanley, jr.. 

I Rlihl.Aleiander Herbert 

I Rutter. .Tames Boyd 

I Saser. John Jacob 

I Scanland, Francis Worth 

3chnack, Peter Christian 

I Settle, Henry Thomas 

I Seiton, Floyd Jesse 

Shea, Francia Leo 

Shreiner, Charles Wesley 

■ Slinglaff, Frank, jr 

Sloan, John Emmitt 

I Smith, Harold Travis 

Smith, William Ward 

j Spalding, Ralph David 

apiller, Oliver Loving 

! Stephenson, Harry Walter 

j Stoddard, Gfeorge Kent... 

I Strickland, Glenn Beauregard.. 

j Stnart, David Hnnt- 

. Tfaomton, Robert Edmondson.. 

Tilley, Benjamin Franklin, jr .. 

Toiid. Benjamin Ryan Tillman . 

Townsend, Lawrence, jr , 

Train, Harold Cecil 

Trammell. Webb 

Trever, George Arthor 

Underwood. Herbert Whttwell, 

Van De Boe, Hugh Robert 

Van Hook, Chfford Evans 

Van Metre, Thomas Earle 

Van Valkenburg, Franklin 

Vetter, William Paul _ . . 

Waddell, Ward William ........ 

Waddington, Harold Asa 



Fort Defiance, Va - . 

Springfield, 111 

North Carolina 

Mayfield, Ky 

Joliet.El 

Savannah, G« , 

Houston, Tex 

Manchester, Va 

Baltimore, Hd 

Bloomsbnrg, Pa — 

Centralia, HI 

Benton, La 

Alexandria, La 

Bowling Green, Ky. 
Marathon.N.Y,-. 
New York,N.Y,-.. 

Lancaster, Pa 

Walbrook,Md 

Qreenvillo, 8. C... 

Tacoma, Waah 

Springfield, N. J.... 

Byron, 111 

Jacksboro, Tex 

Liaooln, H^ebr 

Mt. HoHy.N. J-.-. 

Dnlnth, Ga 

Winchester, Ky 

Houston, Va 

Mare Island, Cal ... 

Barksdale.S. C 

York, Pa 

Kansas City. Mo 

Stonefort, Vt 

Whitewater, Wis... 
Kansas City, Mo — 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Helena, Mont 

Hnntington, W. Va. 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Salinas, Cal 

Delphi, Ind 

Bloomington ,111 



July la.iiws 
June 11,1004 
May 5. 1SI)5 
June 15. 1905 
I July 7.1 905 
I Sept. S, 10l» 
\ July 8, 1«05 
[June 15, 1905 
I Sept. 15,1905 
I Junt. 16. 1905 
July tS, 1905 
I July 13.1905 
[July 6.1905 
j June 13,1905 
'july 18.1906 
iMay 13,1905 
I A-ag. 25. 1805 
June 16. 1905 
July 8, IBft'i 
July l.tlKla 
July 7, 1905 
July 1.1905 
Jnne 1 1 , 1905 
Sept. 5, IfiOQ 
July 15.1005 
jjuly 10,1905 
July 6. 1905 
July 5, 1905 
'Sept. 1,1905 
I July 11.1905 
June IT. 1B»W 
I Sept. 9,19051 
I July 6. 1903 ' 
May S.lMnI 
July 7.1905 
June 32,1905 
July 6, 1906 1 
I May ST. 1905 1 
[Sept. 15. 1905 1 
Ijoly 7.19051 
June 30, 1905 
Hay 1,1905' 



MIDSHIPMEN OP THB THIED CLASS. 
Amtuat Examination, June, l90e~-SSS Hiemdero— Continned. 




90 



MIBSHIPMBN OF THE THIRD CLASS. 



Midshipmen of the Third Class and reHative standing at the 




130 

153 

156 

*8 

*4 

80 

♦1 

70 

169 

181 

i;]r 

t 

81 



Date of 
admlMioii. 



Ward, Robert Qrover 

Weaver, Frank Hill 

Wells, Clarke Henry 

Welsh, Luther 

Weyerbacher, Ralph Downs _ . . 

Weyler, George Lester 

Wickham, Williams Carter . . . 
Wilkinson, Theodore Stark, jr 

Williams, Raleigh Cor win 

Winters. Theodore Hugh 

Wooilson. Eugene Morris 

Wright, Percy Talmage 

Yates, Junius. 

Yost, Charles Stanley 



NewYork,N. Y.... 

Chicago, 111 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Kansas City, Mo 

Boonville, Ind 

Emx)oria, E[ans 

Richmond, Va 

Myrtlegrove, La 

Wichita, Kans 

Society Hill, S. C... 

Gktllatin, Tenn 

Huntingdon, Pa 

Grape Vine, Tex .-. 
Johnstown, N. Y . _ . 



July 
June 
May 
July 
July 
June 
Aug. 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 



8,1905 

12. 1905 

18.1905 

8,1905 

8, 1905 

15, 1905 

23,1904 

1,1905 

6,1904 

18, 1905 

19, 1905 

24,1905 

19, 1905 

29,1905 



MIDSHIPMBN OF THE THIRD CLASS. 



91 



Annual Easamination, June, 190S--ttS fn^m^ers-— Continued. 



' A««atdateor 
■dminion. 


SeaMrrioe in 
practice ships. 


Order of merit in — 


• 

1 
z 

u 

1 

165 




1 

1 1 

1 • 

1 1 1 


§ 

1^ 


• 

1 


« 

• 

1 


S 

S 


i 

9 

i 

• 


• 

a 

1 

1 

a 


1 

€ 


a 
a 

3 

146 


• 

4.* 

•c 

S 

i 

o 

o 


1 

17 8 


5 




117 


129 


82 


164 


154 


130 


16 3 


2 




178 


119 


29 


206 


. 179 


183 


224 


153 


18 


2 




208 


136 


135 


120 


179 


62 


97 


156 


16 , 


2 




2 


10 


20 


15 


33 


13 


56 


*3 


17 ' 


2 


11 3 


7 


23 


64 


24 


89 


119 


»4 


19 1 


2 


11 127 


191 


209 


135 


138 


130 


152 


i- 


17 1 

1 


5 


11 


49 


123 


146 


69 


172 


97 


125 


80 


16 6 


2 




1 


1 


1 


20 


24 


105 


135 


*1 


17 


8 


5 




98 


72 


70 


18 


94 


94 


124 


70 


17 1 9 


2 




134 


196 


195 


140 


51 


183 


224 


169 


18 


7 


2 




190 


207 


198 


147 


18 


163 


193 


181 


19 


8 


2 




184 


101 


135 


120 


18 


48 


87 


137 


18 


9 


2 




166 


180 


101 


209 


66 


117 


145 


f 


16 


6 


2 




117 


45 


85 


72 


108 


100 


127 


81 



HIDSBIPHBM OF THE rODRTH OULBB. 
Mulnhipmen p/ the Fourth Clnst—tl? memben. 





Api»li,t.d(™n- 


U—4litM»llt 




" i 


1 


Ainsworth. Walden Lae 




Jnneai.lWfl' I» 


7 



I 



Alezandpr, JameaTbonue. 

Alger, Clarence Wells. 

Anderson, Lorain 

Bailey, George Thomaa 

Barlow, Edwin Francis ..^ 

Barrett, William Nathan, jr 

Bartlett, Harold Ten? 

Battle, Charlton Eugene, jr 

Beard, James Wiley 

Beary, Donald Bradford __- 

Bell, Robert Ellis . .- 

r Bennett, Oalfley Adair 

Btannion. Mervyn 

Berry. Howard Burton 

Bieg. Valentine Nicholaa 

Birdsall, John Holmes 

Blackwell. Joseph Minor 

Blandin, John Joseph 

Blasdel, Girard Davis . . _ 

Borden, Daniel LeRoy. 

Bowen, William Porter 

Bradley, Follett 

Bragg. Ralph Winslow _ 

Brand, Charles Lees 

Branham, Hugh McCuUoh 

Bright. Clarkson Joe] 

Bronson, Clarence King 

Brown, MeWlle Stuart 

Brown. Walter Elliott ._ 

Brown, William Peirce 

Byrne, John Aloysius 

^^ Cannon, Fenelon. 

^L Capehart, Wadleigh 

^H Capron, Webeter Allyn _ 

^H Carroll , Charles Bancroft 

^M Cecil. Henry Barton 

^1 Chevalier, Godfrey de Coorcellea. 

^m Clark, Robert Wilson 

^1 Clay. Alfred Thomas 

H Coil, Emory WUbnr 

^M Colahan, Charles Ellwood _.. 

^B Coleman, Byron Russell _. 

^^ d Colertck , Ernest Harold 

^H Combs, Walter Vincent 

^^L rConlon, Bemice 



! Qirard, Kana 
'■ Harrold.S. Dak.. 

At large 

, Millport, N. Y.... 
I Savannah, Tenn.. 
I Hillsboro, Greg -- 
] Old Lime, Conn.. 

I Colombns, Ga 

I Troy, Ala 

i Helena, Mont 

1 Abbeville, a C-.. 

LoniBvUle, Miss . . 
. Vernon, Utah.... 
I Helena, Mont 

Alexandria, Va . . . 
, Waretown, N. J. 

I Brthel lokdeiiiir. V>... 

I At large 

I Palo Pinto, Tex ... 
I Chflumnnt, N. Y. 
I Columbia, Tenn... 

! At large 

I Portland, Me 

I Worcester, Mass. 

I Baltimore, Md 

I Coloinbia, Mo 

I New York, N. Y. . 

Chicago, ni 

! Chicago, ni 

I Brattleboro. Vt,. 

' St. LoDis, Mo 

i Galv^ton.Tex... 
I At large 

FortMyer, Va.... 

IDoughoregan, Md. 
I Huntsville, Tenn.. 
, Moilford, Mass 

Binghamton, N.Y . 

Pleasant Hill, Mo 
I Marietta, Ohio 

Frankfort, Ky .... 

Marion ville. Mo. . . 
1 Harvey, 111 

Eugene, Dreg 

I Brooklyn. N.Y... 



June 31, 1906 
I Mar. IG. 190« 
I Sept. 11.1006 

Mar. 10,1906 
. Mar. in.lSOfl. 

Jnne37.1006 

June 27, lOOrt 
|Jnue80,lMll 

July 9. 190B j 
j June 39. 1006 : 
[June 20, 1906 

Mar. 23. IMN!< 
I June 33. 1906 
I July 33.1900 

June 37. 190« ' 
iJnly 10,1906 

Mar. 13.1 006 
'Aug. 30. 190.1 
. June 26. IWW 

July a, I00« 

Mar. 12.1906 
I June 39. 1006 

June 31, 1006 

JnnHOl.lOtMJ 
I Apr. 7. 1906 
•June 21, mis' 
I June l.'i.IOOel 
I June 31, 1006 

June 27, 1006 

June 30, 1006 

Jaly 3. 1006 
, June 30, 1906 
I May 5, 100(1 

Feb. 17, lOOil 
I May 14.1006 
;July 2, T006 

June 27. 1006 
IjunoSLinoC 

Ang 18,1006 

July 8.1!)06 
I July 30, 1«0(( 

Jnne!5,l»06 
I May 8, 1906 , 

July 6, 1006 I 
I Mar. 10. 1009 1 




MIDSHIPMEN OF THB FOITRTH CLASS. 
MitWiipmen of the Fourth Claw—Sn mewtbw*— Continued. 



Dok, Oeurge Uartin 

Cooke, Charlea Muynard. jr 

Corry, William Merrill, jr 

Cresap, James McDowell 

Crowell. Joseph Franklin, jr 

Cygon, Joseph Bay 

rDarling, JmneaBobards. 

DaTidscm. Lyal Ament 

Dick. Harell nutebisOD 

Dickson, George Lewis 

Dnanell, Mark, jr_. _ 

Ecvlestou. Howard Richardson , _ 

Eil^rly, John Page 

Ell wards, Walter Atlee 

Ellia, Herbert Aloydne 

Fagan. Lewia EsteU_ 

Flanjgan. Howard Adame 

Force, Sargent 

Foster. Morphy John 

Frost, Holloway Htiletead 

Fuller, Oeorge Cannon. 

Gaillard. Samuel S 

Gat«». Frederick Clinton _ 

Gates, John Warburton.-- 

Gatewood, Robert .. 

Gibson. Edward Banks 

Gilbert. Homer Benjamin 

Gildersleeve, Charles Arthur 

Oillain, Edwin James 

Gorbam. George Burton 

Gowau, Frank Putnam 

Oranberry. Jefferson Davis 

Gray. AugTistin© Heard 

Gromer, Jame« Gillespie Blaine . 

Ball. Julius, jr 

Hall, RnsbJit Peirce 

Hammes, Roman Burchart 

Hancock, Lewis, jr 

Haralson. James Murphree 

Harris. Frank Moore 

Heath. Deloa Parker 

Spin, Herbert Boss 

Hibbard, Carl Dwight 

Hoffman, Josiah Ogden, jr 

Holt, John Homer, jr 

Hostord. Harry Weaver 



Post Mills, Vt... 

■ Fort Smith, Ark. 

I Qninoy. Fla 

I At large 

Kearny, N. J 

I Meadvjlle, Miss.. 

Ban-e, Vt 

Muacvttine. Iowa . 

I Sumter, S. C 

I Ml. Vernon. 111... 

Brooklyn, N. Y_. 

Blackwell, Mo ... 

Gilmanton. N. H. 

Philadelphia, Pa . 

Boston, Mass . . .. 

At large 

New York, N. Y. 

Roiihester, N Y . 

Franklin, La 

Brooklyn, N. Y... 

Helena, Ark 

Perdue Hill, Ala. 

Den Moines. Iowa. 

Chicago, 111 

Norfolk. Va 

' New Haven, Conn 
1 Man'hfield,Mo.,. 
\ Santa Fe, N. Mex. 

Greenville, Micli_ 
I Maruball, Mich ... 

I Barns, Oreg 

I Hazlehurst. Miss., 
i Boston, Mass 

McFall.Mo 

I Annapolis. Md 

I Dayton, Ohio 

I Sheboygan. Wis. . 
' Anstin, Tex 

■ Troy. Ala 

I Memphis, Tenn... 

' UnndKapids. Mich.... 

At large 

I NortbGeld, Minn., 
I Bryn Muwr, Pa._. 

Grafton, W.Va... 
I Danville, 111 



Sept. T,190e la 
June Sr), 1906 19 
JuneSO, I90e. 10 
June 20,1806 I 17 
Aug. 17, 19«)| 18 
July 24.19061 19 
May 3,1000' 19 
Jnne^O, limO. It) 
Mar. 14. 1(N>0 
Aug. m. IWW 
Jniie21.lffu6 
July n.lUOl 
July Sl.lHOG 
Mar. 17, HKIil 
July 2, 1 DOB 
Sept. .1,1900 
June 22, 1906 
July 9,19001 17 
Mar. 3(1, 1906' 19 
Ang. 1.1906 17 
Jnne 21, 1906 19 
Jnne 2,1900 17 
July 3,1900 19 
Jnly 5, 1900 ! 17 
Sept. 20,1906 18 
Jnne 2.), 1900 IS 
Jnne SO. 1900 19 
May 25,1900 18 
Jnne 30, 1900 17 
July 11,190S IB 
June 20. 1906 SO 
May M, 1900 17 
May 5,1906 17 
July 2,1906 
Jnly 9,1906 
Aug. 6,1906 
Aug. 8,1906 
May 5.1906 
July 9, 1906 
July 19, 1900 
June 30, 1900 
Jnly 2, 1900 
July 9, 1900 
Jnne 29, 1900. 16 
June 30, 1900 IT 
May 17,1906 18 




MIDBHIPMEN OF THE FOURTH CI-AaS. 

Midahipnien of the Fourth Chtst — fI7 membera — Contmned. 



Appofnltft frooh^ 



I 

I 



Jamieon, John Kell , Lafaytte, Ala — 

Jersey, Cliester Charles I Hackensa^k. N. J . 

Johneon. Gerald Angnstna - St. Paul, Minn ... j 

Jones, Leon Arthur. Bedlanda. Cal 

Jordan, Leslie LaFayette 1 Raleigh. N. C ' 

Jnlian, Charles Cramer -. Thomasville, N. C, 

Kelley, Frank HarriBOn, jr Tacoina. Waah 

Kerley, Jay Louis j West Durham, N.C' 

diJKilduEF. Kennedy Benham TcmpkiiuTiiie. N. i , 

Eililna, William Doaglas i TmnpiinBtlilt. N, T ! 

LaM on t. Walter Donglas . Niagara Falls, N.Y' 

Lang, Edward Kingabury BurUngton, Kans .i 

Langworthy, Elmer DeLoss aprtng V»lltj, Mlnu 

LaBoche, Francis Arthur Courtenay. Fla . . . 

Lee, Robert Corwin -- Salt Uke Ciir, Utdi ' 

rLeland, William Farrel --. Troy, Kans | 

Lewis, Howard Kirk _.' Moscow. Idaho j 

Lewis, Spencer Steen.._ i Calvert, Tex 

Little, William Taliaferro __ ' Grsenville, Miss ..I 

Logan. James Alexander i Charleston, S. C ..I 

Lnckel, Frank Henry i Los Angeles, Cal.. 

Lynn , Scott _ I Suit Ubr City, Cta* ■ 

McAfee, Phil 1 Dalton, Ga ■ 

McCammon. Furman.Edgar Hamburg, Ark ... 

McCloy. Thomas Shore - ' Monticello, Ark...' 

McComb, Millington Barnett | Haddonfield, N. J.i 

McCrary, Isaac Newton ' Calvert, Tex 

Mc Daniel, Bernice ..: Whitewright, Tei.| 

Mclntyre, Earl Amis -. Mirtdletown, N. Y. 

McLaughlin, Lawrence Albert Joneaboro, Ark ... 

Maan, Joseph Reeamau, jr | Lewiston. Pa 

Marsh, Frauds Grant _._ VirginiaCity,NeT. 

Mason, Ben Allen i Nashville, Tenn... 

(Id Matsukata, Kiujiro ' i Japan 

Meclewaki, Roiiiuald Peter Panl...' Chicago, 111 

Merrill, Robert Taylor, 3d i Peace Dale, B. I. . , 

Metz, Earl Calvin _ ' St. Johns, Ohio... 

Meyer, George Ralph | Hastings, Minn.. 

Miller. Robert Nicholas Louiaville. Ky 

Mitscher. Marc Andrew I OkiBhonnCiij, owi.... 

Molten, Robert Polt«r, jr | Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Moore, Charles Johues Fort Wayue, Ind.. 

Moore. Warren Lester _ i Monticello, HI 

Moorman, William Elliott Glendean, Ky 

Moran, Thomas.. _ ___' New Haven. Conn. 

Morej, Gideon Earl.. ■ Fullerton, N. Dak, 



Sept. 6, 
Apr. 18. 
Mar. HI, 
July 2, 
July 8, 
June 30, 

July Ifl, 
July 10, 
Mar. 20. 
May :. 
July 3. 

June 30, 
July 2. 
Mar. 15. 
June 20. 
Jnly 5, 
July 12, 
Jnne 2tt. 
June 30. 
Jnly 3, 
Oct. 1, 
June 20, 
June 30, 
June 14, 
Mar. 8. 
Mar. 10, 
July S, 
July 31, 
July 5. 
July 2, 

June 16, 
Jnly 25, 
July 9. 

June 19, 
July IB, 
Mar. 20, 
Jnne 30, 
July 5. 
July 6, 
July 5, 
Aug. 8. 
July 0, 



101 Mi 
1906' 
1006 I 
m»\ 
lOOTi 
IINW 
1906' 
1906. 
1906 ' 
1906 
1906. 
100<i 



190,5 

looe 

I90fi 
1900 
IIMW 



1908' 
1906 
1905, 
1906 
1900 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1900 i 
1906' 
1906 
19061 
1906 j 
1906 
19061 
1900 I 




MIDSHIPMBN OP THE FOURTH CLASS. 
MiiUhipmen of the Fourth Ctusn—Sn mfmiier*— Continned. 



MnlDii, Robert Cecil i Denver, Colo Jnly 7,I90H 20 I 

Nicholas, Willuun Stuart ' Sei«Brnn»i>l(k. N J -- June 3. llMMt IT 

NicholBon. Thomaa A«bcroft ' Henderson, Ey j May 8,1000 111 

Ml:-s. Elia.TKeyeB N.Cheaterville.Mo' .Tune 1B,HKI6 10 ; 

"S.-.rfl...-t. .Tiis.-i,h Pugh Roxobel, N. C ... "May 7,1006 IH 

Xi.r(U,uir Ci.iU<.n Andrew | Trini.lad, Colo ... July 21,llK)rt IT . 

O'Brien, James AmbroBe Brooklyn. N. Y... Sept. 5,im.\ 111 

Of^thun. Sidney Arthnr Glenwood. Minn .- July T.KKUt 10 

Ounon. Russell Alger Detroit, Mich jSept. II, 1900 18 

Oviatt, Splilen HHnild Bridgeport. Conn . I July 2«. UMXl 11) 

Pailtliorp, Ormand Cleveland Petosbey. Mi<th.,_ Apr. 4,11HMI IS ' 

P»rker, Sumner William- Anderson, Ind July 0,19(H1 IT 

Parker, Timothy Albert. Murray, Ky July C.llKW 18 

Pnrrott. Georxe Fonntain. jr , Kiiiston. N. C July 3,100tf 18 

Prinv. Christopher Dudley Warsaw, N. C... Mar. 20,101X1 10 

Peoples.'JohnSi erman I Detroit. Mich June 9, IfllMl 18 : 

Peyt<m, Bernard Eobertaon I Raymond, MiBa_.. July 8(1,»KJU 10 

Pownall, Charles Alftn Tyrone.Pa jJuly 5,100ft 18 

Qoinn, Unrtha Philip | Pitbtlnirg Pa July 8,1«0« 17 

Bagon.SummeifieldKey Chattan ooga .Ten n July S.lOiMt IT | 

Hefo, Miles P.^in^nter jr i Charleston S.C... June 20, 1008 18 

Beifsnider. Liiwr.'niv Fairfai ' "WestwiuHter Md . .Tune :tO. IIKM) 18 

Reinicke Frwlerii-b Oeorge ' Marion Ohio July S.lOOfi. 18 , 

Benner Harry Walter Jerney City N.J.. Jidy 9, IHOH ' 18 ] 

Richardson William Anguatna i Brist'il, Tenn June i.HIOft 20 

Ridgely Conrad ' AuRtiBta. Oa Jnneai.lWW IT 

Riheldaffer John Lawrence l-arkersliorc W. Va-, July 6,lt«(( Itt 

Riner Clarentp Cliriatmau | Chi-yenne. WyO-. Jnly i», 11H)0 18 

Robinson, Earl Wayne I Wahpeton.N. Dak July it, liMMI 17 , 

Robottom Percy Kent | LitUeRoi-k Ark.. June IP. 1 00« 17 ! 

Roesch HerbertOtlo ; Pendlston, Oreg . .Inly 5,1006 10 

Jlfsenthal. Joseph , Briwlilyn.N. Y__.. July 7,1006 17 . 

Boas^, Henry Eastin I Ocala. FU .Tuly 6.1006 17 | 

Entter, Allan Ansel i .lefferson. Iowa ... July 10.1006 18 

Salb, Oscar George I Jatiper. Ind July 16. 10ij6 17 

Ssmpson, Harold Burling ] Piilniyra, N. Y . . . Srpt. 4,11(00 16 | 

oSampsoR, Ralph Earle At large Wiir. 1, 1006 It) 

Scott Norraan ^ , n<Uaiinp(ili9,Ind.. July lO.liKiO 18 , 

Seed, Walter DuiUey jr ; Tuijcaloosa, Ala ..July l.'t.lOOO 18 | 

SheJdon Churiihil! Gear ,' ■ GrandRnpid-.Midi Ang 10.1000 18 

Sherman, Frederick Carl Port Huron. Mich. Aiir. ^.1006 17 

Smmona, Arnold Richmond. Ky May 10,1006 18 1 

Simpson, .\I-too Raymur F .rl 0(iini-.>^ <_!ii .. May T, 1000 18 ' 

, Skeen, DawwJH Hancock Billlmikle Tenn.. June 3:i. 1006 18 

aoiB, Aleiander Berron , Davidson. N. C .. 'july 0.1006 10' 

&mUi, Elwood Spencer I Brooklyn. N. Y... I Sept. 24, 1908 16 I 



96 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FOURTH CL.ASS. 



Midshipmen of the Fourth Class — 1^17 members — Con tinned. 



Name. 



Smith, Harold 

Smith, Jefferson Davis 

Smith, John Harold 

Smith, Roy Campbell, jr _ _ _ 

Somes, George Caradine 

Spencer, Earl Winfield, jr 

Stolz, Melvin Lewis 

Stein wachs, Franklin Speakman.. 

Strelinger, Gilbert Penfield 

Strickland, Samnel Gny 

rThiesen, Rndolph Johannes 

Thomas, Dorsey Opie 

Thorpe, Eugene 

Traynor , Francis Philip 

Underwood, Herbert Whit well. . . 

Vanderkloot, Elroy Leonard 

Wade, Carl Wilton 

Wallace, John Elmer 

Ware, James Grady 

Webb, Arthur FoUett 

Webb, Edward Loisel 

Webster, Fletcher Othello 

Wellbrock, John Howard 

Whitehead, James Murray 

Whiting, Harris Murdock 

Whittaker, Hugh ._, 

Will, James Bothwell _ 

Williams, Edgar Miller 

Wills, Bernard Oviatt 

Wilmer, Pere 

Wilson, Alexander 

Young, Joseph Macl^, jr 

Young, Robert Todd 



Appointed from — 



Livingston, Ala. . . 

Solitude, La ■. 

Massillon, Ohio . . . 
Cooperstown ,N. Y . 
Lawrence, Mass .. 
Highland Park, m. 
New York, N.Y.. 

Coatesville, Pa 

Detroit, Mich 

Athens, Ga 

Pensacola, Fla 

Humboldt, Tenn . . 
New Orleans, La.. 
Wilmington, Del.. 
Kansas City, Mo . . 

Wilmette. HI 

Kenton, Tenn 

Corinth, Miss 

HadensviUe, Ky. . . 

Winfield , Kans 

Houma, La 

Solomons, Md 

Tonapah, Nev 

Trenton, N. J 

Topeka, Kans 

Cincinnati, Ohio . . 
Mc Arthur, Ohio . . 
Springfield, Ohio.. 
Walla Walla,Wash 
Centerville, Md . . . 
Farmington, Mo . . 

Yoakum, Tex 

Marquette, Mich . . 



' Age »t date of 
admiwion. 



Date of 
admisBioD. 



Sept. 24 
Mar. 17 
June 27 
Sept. 12 
Apr. 4 
July 9 
Sept. 22 
May 
Aug. 
June 21 
Mar. 23 
July 30 
June 21 
July 16 
June 8 
July 12 
June 23 
May 9 
Aug. 2 
Mar. 22 
June 21 
Mar. 21 
July 14 
July 9 
June 21 
Mar. 17 
July 9 
Sept. 14 
June 20 
Apr. 18 
July 10 
July 11 
July 10 



1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 17 

1906 18 



1906 
1906 




1906 
1906 
1906 



1906 19 
1906 19 



1900 
1906 
1906 
1906 



19 
19 



1906 I 18 



18 
16 
18 



16 
18 
18 
17 



1906 19 

1906 I 17 

1906 20 

19061 19 

1906 19 

1906; 17 

1906 18 

1906 16 

1906! 17 

1906 18 

1906 19 

1906 19 

1900 1 19 

1906 < 18 



2 

11 
4 
1 


10 
1 
3 
6 
6 
6 

10 
3 
2 
9 

10 
8 

11 

11 
5 
6 

3 
3 

11 



8 
5 
8 
4 
8 
9 
5 



SUMMARY OF MIDSHIPMEN AT THE U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY AT 
THE BEGINNING OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR 190G-1907. 



First class _-. 124 

Second class _-. 211 

Third class — - 205 

Fourth class .-. - -_- 217 

Total - 757 

619U 7 (97) 



N 



APPOINTMENTS AND RESIGNATIONS. 

OOTOBER IS, I90D, TO OCTOBER 1, 1900. 

Appointed Ensigns. 

LeBreton, D. McD Class of 1004 

PickenH, A. C -- Class of 1904 

EichtOT.C. A - CIa69 0tl«« 

Hilli&rd, B. B .- Class of 1904 

Otterson.J.E ClassoflOO* 

Wright, N.H Claasof 1904 

Hamngton. C. A - Qaes of 1904 

Bassett, P. P - Class of 1904 

Tnpper,F.G ---, Qass of 1904 

Howard. H. F Qass of 1904 

Kimmell, H. E . Class of 1904 

Dawes, E. A Class of 1904 

Di.iiipman. P. E -. Class Of 1904 

Fitch, E. O., jr __ _._ CTasa of 1904 

Biggs, E.R -- Class of 1904 

Caffee, A. G -.- -..- CTass of 1004 

iU-DoweU, C. S -- Class of 1904 

Craig.D.B - - Class of 1904 

Blackbarn. P. P _ . _ _ Class of 1004 

Sonle,C. C, jr Class of 1904 

Morgan, L. E Class of 1004 

Sedgwick. W. P-.jr -- --- Class of 1904 

Oali,E. C - Class of 1904 

Jones.C.K - - - Class of 1904 

Wkkeraham, D. P --- Oassof 1904 

Tnadwdl, L. P Class of 1004 

Tou,W. H _ Class of 1004 

RiM,A.H — - - -- Classofl904 

McMiUan.F. D Class of 1904 

Powdl. H --. Class of 1904 

Todd, P. A Class on004 

Minldin, C. W _ Class of 1904 

HaB4,C.L - ---- Class of 1904 

Oreene.E. F — _ - Class of 1904 

Shoap,A, K Class of 1004 

ClMde.A -.-- - ---- Claasof 1004 

Pofil.N. W _ Class of 1004 

Hirt,J, P Class of 1004 

Shiart, H. A Class of 1904 

H»ber, W. F-.jr -- -. Class of 1904 

Haarf.S. L. H Class of 1904 

Bodg«rs.C. R. P Class of 1904 

DiUen, B. F - -- -- Class of 100* 

Richards. C. A -- Class of 1904 

>Iichael, H. H -.- Class of 1904 

JohMoii.B. K Class of 1004 

(99) 



100 APPOINTMENTS AND RESIGNATIONS. 

Appointed Ensigns — Continned. 

Reed, A. B CJlass of 1904 

Hayward, J. W Class of 1904 

Banm, G. M Class of 1904 

Barnette, B Class of 1904 

Johnson, I. C, jr Class of 1904 

Dodge, O. C. F Class of 1904 

Bagley, D. W Class of 1904 

Smead, W. A Class of 1904 

Stewart, L.M Class of 1904 

McCnllough, R. P Class of 1904 

Little, J. D.w Class of 1904 

Appointed Assistant Naval Constructors. 

Coburn, F. G Class of 1904 

Drnley, W. P Class of 1904 

Stibjexst to reexamination for promotion, 

McCracken, J. J Class of 1904 

Sherman, E. B -- Class of 1904 

Died. 

Midshipman Branch, J. R., jr., class of 1907 Nov. 7,1905 

Midshipman Kilduff, K. B., class of 1910 July 29,1906 

Midshipman Matsukata, K.. class of 1910 Aug. 19, 1906 

Dismissals. 

Midshipman Palmer, R. C, class of 1907 Nov. 8,1905 

Midshipman Coffin, T. , jr. (hazing) , class of 1908 Jan. 16, 1906 

Midshipman Foster, W. W. (hazing) , class of 1906 Jan. 16, 1906 

Midshipman Marzoni, P. B. (hazing) , class of 1906 Jan. 16, 1906 

Midshipman Decatur, S. , jr. (hazing) , class of 1906 Jan. 25, 1906 

Midshipman Bloebaum, C. A. A. (hazing) , class of 1908 Jan. 26, 1906 

Midshipman Chapin, N. L. (hazing) , class of 1906 _ Jan. 31 , 1906 

Midshipman DeSaussure, R. L. (hazing) , class of 1908 Feb. 6, 1906 

Midshipman Melvin, G. H. (hazing) , class of 1908 Feb. 6,1906 

Midshipman Jackson, R. A., class of 1905 Aug.17,1906 

MidshipmanColerick,E.H., class of 1910 Sept.11,1906 

Midshipman Nagle, P. E. D., class of 1907 Sept.11,1906 

Dropped. 

Midshipman Williams, J. R., class of 1906 Nov.28,1905 

Midshipman Keene, G. F., class of 1906 Dec. 16, 1905 

Midshipman Bean, P. J., class of 1906 Feb. 6, 1906 

MidshipmanConlon,B., class of 1910 Mar. 20, 1906 

Resignations. 

Midshipman Curtis, C. C, class of 1909 Nov.18,1905 

Midshipman White, R.E., class of 1909 Nov. 24, 1905 

Midshipman Cloud, P. E. , class of 1908 __. Nov. 29, 1905 

Midshipman McKeehan, L. W., class of 1907 Dec. 5,1905 

Midshipman Taliaferro, W. R., jr., class of 1909 Dec. 11, 1905 

Midshipman McDermott, J. C. , class of 1909 _ . . Jan. 17, 1906 

Midshipman Whitmire, O. , class of 1909 Jan. 24, 1906 

Midshipman Hawthorn, W. F., class of 1909 Jan. 27, 1906 



APPOINTMENTS AND RESIGNATIONS. 101 

Bengnations—CkmUjmed, 

Midshipman Tye, B. W., class of 1909 Jan. 31, 1906 

MidshipmanHibbard.C, class of 1908 , Feb. 1,1906 

Midshipman Nichols, C. H,, class of 1908 Feb. 1,1906 

MidshipmanHand, J. L.,classof 1909 Feb. 2,1906 

MidshipmanHaU, J. L.,cla8Sof 1907 Feb. 10, 1906 

Midshipman Lipstate, W. A., class of 1907 Feb.lO, 1906 

Midshipman McCrary, I. N., class of 1909 Feb.lO, 1906 

Midshipman Ewell, L. M., class of 1906 Feb. 12, 1906 

Midshipman O'Brien, J. M., class of 1907 Feb. 12, 1906 

Midshipman Bowen, W. P., class of 1909 Feb. 15, 1906 

Midshipman Buckingham, E., class of 1908 Feb. 15, 1906 

Midshipman Capron, W. A., class of 1909 Feb.l6, 1906 

Midshipman Russell, C. A., class of 1906 Feb.20, 1906 

Midshipman Maupin, F. B., class of 1908 Feb.20, 1906 

Midshipman Caldwell, E. N. , class of 1909 Feb.20, 1906 

Midshipman Kimbrough, J. P., class of 1909 Feb. 23, 1906 

Midshipman Chafee. E. W., class of 1904 Feb. 27, 1906 

Midshipman Lofland. J. D., class of 1904 Feb. 27, 1906 

Midshipman Sampson, R. E. , class of 1907 Feb.27, 1906 

Mid8hipmanHunt,R., jr., class of 1909 Feb.27, 1906 

MidshipmanCheraey,W., class of 1907 Feb.27,1906 

MidshipnianDial,H., class of 1907 Feb.28, 1906 

Midshipman Hamilton, P. G., class of 1908 Feb.28, 1906 

Midshipman Geisinger, W. M., class of 1908 Mar. 2,1906 

MidshipmanSearcy,W.W., jr., class of 1908 Mar. 6,19G6 

Midshipman Waller, L. W. T., jr., class of 1908 Mar. 6,1906 

MidshipmanCather, A. B.,classof 1909 _ Mar. 7,1906 

Midshipman Conlon, B., class of 1909 Mar. 9,1006 

Mid8hipmanMcDaniel,B., class of 1909 Mar. 9,1906 

Midshipman Bryant, A. C, class of 1909 Mar. 10, 1906 

Midshipman Blackwell, J. M., class of 1909 Mar.12,1906 

Midshipman Dick, H. H., class of 1909 Mar. 13, 1906 

Midshipman Leland, W. P., class of 1909 Mar.13,1906 

Midshipman Okie, J. B., jr., class of 1909 Mar.13,1906 

Midshipman Roelker, E. P., class of 1908 - Mar.12,1906 

Midshipman Chambers, H. L., class of 1908 Mar.13,1906 

Midshipman Lang, F. L., class of 1909 Mar. 13, 1906 

Midshipman McCoy, S. R., class of 1909 -.. Mar.13,1906 

Midshipman Eccleston, W. J., class of 1907 Mar.14,1806 

Midshipman Knapp, J. H., class of 1907 Mar.14,1906 

Midshipman Ludlow, R. F., class of 1907 Mar.14,1906 

Midshipman Plummer, F. L., class of 1907 Mar.14,1906 

Midshipman Shea, J. F. , class of 1907 -. Mar.14,1906 

Midshipman Watson, R. A., class of 1907 Mar.14,1906 

Midshipman Cecil, T. J., class of 1908 Mar.14,1906 

Midshipman Foster, M. J., class of 1908 Mar.14,1906 

Midshipman Hoover, R. L., class of 1908 Mar.14,1906 

Midshipman Kellegrew, F. W., class of 1908 Mar.14,1906 

Midshipman Webb, A. F., class of 1908 Mar.14,1906 

Midshipman Bailey, G. T., class of 1909 Mar.14,1906 

Midshipman Goulard, A., class of 1909 Mar.14,1906 

Midshipman Early, J. A. , class of 1 908 Mar. 1 5, 1 906 

Midshipman Alger, C. W., class of 1909 -. Mar.15,1906 



APPOIMTMKNTB AND RESIGNATIONS. 




Resigna i io n«— Contiu aed. 

Johnson, G. A,, class of 1909 Uar.HS.IOM 

Jftneway, A. S.. class of 1008 Mar. 15, 1906 

Page, W.K., class of 1008 Mar.l5,19i>6 

Pailthorp, O. C.claaaof 1003.... _ M«r.I5,lB06 

Richardson, H.S., class of 1908 Mar.15, lOOB 

EogerH,B.D,, class of 1906 Mar.lS, IKOB 

VanDerveer, W. A.,clasBof 1908 Mftr.la.1006 

Webster, F. O., class of 1908 Mar. 15, 1906 

Betmett, O. A., class of IfiOB Mar. 15,1906 

Henderson, T. S., class of 1909 Mar, 15,1906 

Peirce, C. D., class of 1909 Mar. 15,1906 

Thiesen, R. J., class of 1009 _. -. Mar. 15, 1906 

Mitficher, M. A., class of 1008 _ Mar. 16. 1006 

Edwards, W. A. , class of lOOO _ Mar.l6, lOOfl 

Smith, J. D.,chLssof 1909 _.. Mar.l6.100« 

WhiUaker, H., class of 1909 _ Mar.l6,!006 

Gray, J. W., class of IMS --- --. Mar. 16, 1906 

Crowell. J. F., jr., class of 1009 Mar. 19, 1006 

KildBff, W. D..claa8of 1009 Mar.19,1000 

Manier,W.R.. Jr., class of 1908 Mar.20,1006 

Townsend, F. W., class of 1000_ Mar.SO,]«06 

Brown, D. L., class of 1908 _ _ Mar. 21, 1006 

Meriwether, M., jr., class of 1008 Mar.S9,lD06 

Brewer, R.H., class of 1909 Mar.30.1006 

Campbell. J. C.cIaEaof 1900 Apr. 7.1906 

Stanton. E., class of ie09_ Apr. 13, 1906 

Brane,H. W., class of 1008 , Apr. 16,1906 

McLaren, I. E., class of IBOB Apr. 19,1906 

Hodges, L. L., class of 1000 _... Apr. 26, 1006 

Martin, A. C, class of 1907 Apr.a«.1006 

Meade, E.K., class of 1909 May 10, 1006 

Thiesen. R. J., class of 1910 ..-. May 15,1006 

Putnam, J. P., class of 1009 May 16,1006 

Leland. W. F..cla88of 1010 -- May 18.1906 

Coe, W. G., class of 1909 -.- May 19.1906 

DonaghoB,E, L., class of 1908 May Bl. 1906 

Underwood, H.W., class of 1009 Jnne 4.1906 

Bennett, O. A., class of 1010 Jnne 16, 1906 

Jemison, J. K., class of 1908 .Inneie,1006 

PoweU.E.W.W., class of 1908 Junel6.1906 

Hobbs,G., class of 1907--.. -- Jnne 16, 1900 

Drew, R., class of 1000.. _ Jnnel8,100e 

Applewhite, D., class of 1900 .Tanel8,1906 

CofBn, V. P., class of 1008 July 1*, 1906 

Diion. J..cla8sof 1907 July 10. 1906 

Utiay, H. H.. class of 1007.-- -. July 10, 1906 

Alston, W. O., class of 1009 Jnly 19,1006 

Dreutzer, C. E., class of 1900 Jnly 80, 1906 

Darling, J. B., class of 1010. , Ang.38,1908 

Henderson, E. H., class of 1908 Sept.22,1»0S 

Reid. S. S., clas^of 1900 8ept29.190« 

Mooney.R.W., class of 1000 - Sept.aO.lSOB 



MERIT ROLLS FOR 1905-1906. 



Merit rolls, made out annually for each class, show the proficiency of the 
midshipmen in each branch of study. The numbers given in the table, showing 
the relative weight of the different branches, are used as coefficients; the final 
QUirk in each branch (on a scale of 4) being multiplied by the number assigned 
tothftt branch. The sum of the products, after adding the multiple for discipline, 
is the final mark of the midshipmen for the year. 

In the case of midshipmen that take an advanced course in any branch, the 
final mark in that branch is determined by adding to the final mark received 
in the required course one-fifth of the amount by which the final mark in the 
advanced course exceeds 2.50. 

In the graduating merit roll, the final standing for the course is determined 
by the sum of the yearly marks. 

"Midshipmen who attain 85 per cent of the multiple in any year shall be dis- 
tingnished by a star affixed to their names on the merit rolls.'' (Regulations 
United States Naval Academy, par. 186.) 

The diplomas of midshipmen whose final marks on the graduating ^erit roll 
are not less than 85 per cent of the maximum read, ** passed with distinction;" 
those whose final marks are between 74 per cent and 85 per cent of the maximum 
read, "passed with credit;" and those whose final marks are between 62}^ -per 
cent and 74 per cent of the maximum read *' passed." 



*ReceivedJ85 per cent of the multiple. 

f Found deficient, allowed a reexamination, passed, and continued with class. 
** Found "deficient, allowed a reexamination, failed, and recommended to be 
sgain reexamined, 
ff Found deficient in conduct, passed, and continued with class. 
^Retained in next lower class. 
oAhsent from examination. 
2> Absent from reexamination, 
r Resigned. 
«Sick. 

d Dismissed, 
cir Dropped. 
<ldDied. 

(103) 



HBBIT BOLL — GRADUATING CLASS. 



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619.23 
816.60 
599.88 
594.85 
589.68 
588.45 
677.67 
676.80 
578.03 
571.38 
669.70 
669.16 
568.19 
561.76 
561.70 
G66. 14 
562.75 
547. I« 
546.87 
545.63 




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682 
564 
660 
556 
547 
542 
541 
687 
536 
688 
638 
530 
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KBHIT ROLL — CLASS APPOINTBD IH 1901. 



MtritnllforOte/ouryettraendingFebriiarT/, 190S, of the Midshipmen appointed 
in I90I, now performing service qfloat — II4 members. 



*i , Hica tnAtAtTfer.. 

K^BajCbMThsSmilii. 

*3 OnondLeeCox . 

*i , Rtiral EH«on Iiign>rsn)l.. 

•5 UerWrt I'airrax Learj . 

t [jn- Sinll Border 

*:('h<>«trrWillUniNlniltz.. 

8 ' Reuben Barton Coffey - 

9 Joseph Va; 

W Ernest Arlhnr Swansoii - . 
11 I John CalTin Sweeney jr. . 
1! ; Albert Thoinas Church- . . 
1! I WinfieW Liggett, jr 

14 I Hiram Li'i 

15 I Logan Cresap . . 
K , James Onille Gswne 64, 4 

n: ' UmanA Gorrlon 

16 Alrnh Breaker Conrt 

19 John Norwood Ferguson . 

» LoaiB Calott Fiirlt^r 

21 William SUuley McClintit . 
23 Bjron UcCandless 
23 Arthnr Curtis Stott.. 
2J ^ Roscoe Ciiklm^MacFall - 

35 Robert Lee Irvine 

26 I Tnmer I'-.-i^r Ciildwell . 

27 Edgar DiirtifM Oberlin ... 

28 j Brace LiringHtonC»nagtt-- 
2S ' Wilwr Browne ■Woo(laon_. 

30 I Edward Lloyd McSheehy. . 

81 I William Hea Fnrloug 

82 i diarlea Harlan Shaw 

83 I EfhnnndSpeuceRoot 

34 ^ (Ipral.l How; 

W ,' tirl R^>.if Siiifi!) 

36 Arthnr Byron Cook ... 

3 1 Simeon Bnrke Smith . - 
y Kays. . 

'■to EarleFarwell 

II j Lonis PoisBon Davis 

■13 Arthnr Wesley Sears . . . 
*3 I Harold Oardiner Bo wen. 
** . OeoiseCargiU P^ram . 




108 



MERIT ROLL — CLASS APPOINTED IN 1901. 



Merit roll for the four years ending February, 1D05, of the Midshipmen appointed 
in 1901, now performing service afloat — 114 members — Contlnned. 



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5 

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45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 

r68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 

r78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 



Name. 



Maxima 

Lncian Minor 

Robert Samnel Furber 

Isaac William Hayiie 

George Vandenburgh Stewart . . . 

William Oscar Spears 

Nelson Henry Goss 

John Appleton Mandeville 

Jonathan Stuart Do well, jr 

Isaac Foote Dortch 

Walter Hamilton Lassing. 

Stanford Caldwell Hooper 

Arthur Kennedy Atkins 

Cobum Stewart Marston 

Ernest Durr _ 

Harry Earl Shoemaker 

John Morton Poole, 3d 

John Henry Newton, jr _ . . : 

Edward Small Robinson 

Albert Norris - _ 

Andrew Francis Carter 

Theodore Gordon Ellyson _ 

William Edgar Eberle 

Anthony John James 

Elliott Morgan Pegg 

WilUam Linn Culbertson, jr 

William Tiipper Lightle 

Grafton Asbury Beall, jr 

Hugh Brown 

Malcolm Campbell 

Carl Amos Lohr 

Walter Elsworth Reno 

Wilhelm Lee Friedell 

Burton Hepburn Green 

Hubert Bumham 

John Jackson London 

Ross Sherman Culp 

Raymond Perry Rodgers Neilson. 

Lawrence North McNair 

Gordon Wayne Haines 

John Walter Wilcox, jr 

Horace Christopher Laird 

Duncan Ingraham Self ridge 

Sylvester Howard Lawton, jr 

Joe Ralph Morrison 




61.89 
55.74 
56.78 
57.53 
57. 85 
54.44 
59.42 
57.34 

59. 21 
57.20 
53.10 
60.27 
55.38 
55.92 
53.53 
52.90 
54.88 
56.91 
56.88 
54.17 
60. 07 
58.41 
55.20 
53.78 
54.78 
54.84 
53.76 
52.00 
58.56 
51.88 
53.47 
55.57 
51.93 

58. 22 
57.13 
54.32 
53. 51 
55.59 
53. 36 
53.28 
52. 83 
52.73 
55. 47 
55.35 



119.39 
116.75 
121.35 
117.62 
118.38 
111.23 
115.61 
114.98 
119.00 
115.94 
112.82 
114.13 
109.90 
116.40 
115.59 
108.62 
112.39 
110.61 
112.11 
111.18 
114.23 
109.64 
108. 81 
108. 69 
109.90 
108. 87 
lot. 00 
108.23 
110.44 
112.69 
112.84 
111.69 
105.63 
111.62 
112.48 
108.25 
106.36 
108.69 
106. 55 
107. 10 
109.24 
108.98 
112.55 
109.32 



s I 

bCU3 

< 



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^3. 



u 
3 



240 



102 



175.40 
182.61 
180.65 
180.47 
180.49 
182.40 

177. 14 
179.64 
179. 42 I 
180.131 
182. 97 ! 
178.62' 
179. 24 ! 
180. 22 I 
179.42' 
180.37 
179.53 
179.88 
175.47 
179.54 
170. 73 
174.90 
180.42 
178. 87 
175.48 
178.97 
177.80 
179. 39 
173.41 

174. 15 
174. 69 
176.88 
172. 76 
171.11 
171.09 
173.12 
175.61 
171.55 
170.93 
173.43 
172.98 
178.28 
169. 95 
169.28 



144.20 
145.51 
141.38 
144.47 
142.26 
150.37 
145. 25 
145.13 
139. 14 
143.12 
147, 43 
142.89 
150.50 
141.92 

145. 17 
151.80 
146.18 
145. 98 

146. 18 
145.54 
145.21 
146. 10 
143. a5 
145. 67 
145.44 
141.53 
185. 03 
143.46 
140. 30 
148.91 
141.54 
137.97 
139.70 
138.92 
138. 52 
141.86 
141.67 
141.00 
145.82 
142. 14 
140.74 
140.73 
136.20 
188.18 



Z. ta t 



600 



500.88 

500.61 

500.16 

500.09 

498. 98 

498.44 

497.42 

497.09 

496.77 

496.39 

496.32 

495. 91 

495.02 

494.46 

493. 71 

493.69 

492. 98 

492. 88 

490.64 

490.43 

490.24 

489.05 

488.28 

487.01 

485.60 

484.21 

483.09 

483.08 

482.71 

482.63 

482.54 

482.06 

479.92^ 

479. 8r- 

479.1 

477. 

476.^3 

476.^ 

475.fi|5 

475. 7P 
475. ;» 
474. /; 
473.01} 



i 



MERIT ROLL — CLASS APPOINTED IN 1901. 



lOO 



Merit roll for the four years ending February, 2906, of the Midshipmen appointed 
in 190 ly now performing service afloat— 114 wew^era— Continaed. 



u 

a 






89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
dl04 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
lU 
112 
113 
114 



Name. 



Maxima 

William Baggaley 

Henry Atwood Orr 

John Franklin Atkinson. . . 

Francis Gaines Blasdel 

Vaughn Kimball Ck)man . . 
Halford Robert Greenlee. . 

Virgil Baker 

Benjamin Dntton, jr 

Reed Marqnett Farwell _ . . 

AieiiBder Scunell Wadiirortb, jr 

James Sterrett Woods 

Edwards GnerrantHargis. 
Lloyd Woolsey Townsend _ 

John Cnllin Snmpter 

Frank Nathaniel Eklnnd.. 

Robert Allen Jackson 

Herbert Hart Maxson 

Benjamin Harrison Steele . 

Kenneth Whiting 

John Morris Smeallie 

Charles Morrison Austin . . 
Ralph Beaver Strassburger 

John Enoch Pond 

Hamilton Freer Glover . . . 
Henry Rawle 

William Peace Gaddis 

* 



m S8 

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76 



55. 12 
54. 14 
55.81 
51.72 
53. 27 
55.80 
55.84 
53.97 
54.47 
57.30 
54.07 
51.60 
53. 02 
52. 93 
54.40 
53.51 
56.70 
51.12 
52.33 
53. 65 
52. 69 
51.11 
52.89 
51.62 
50.89 
53.07 



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152 



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240 



107.84 

109. 91 

110.24 

106.36 

108. 77 

110.59 

111.14 

108.05' 

104.15 

109.69 

106.79 

108.85 

105.79 

105.98 

109. 79 

105.04 

111.06 

106.40 

104.57 

104. 10 

103,49 

99. 52 
103.81 
105.37 

99. 12 , 
103. 87 j 



u 
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192 



170.29 

169.74 

168. 20 

168.10 

167. 93 

169.80 

167.78 

173. 06 

170.041 

165.91 

167. 06 

167. 86 

168.88 

171.64! 

167.29: 

169.75! 

165.14 

164.04 

164.87 

167.18 

165,59 

170.72 

161.81 

167.18 

166.11 

161.50 



138. 52 I 

137.60 

137.12 

144.57 

140.53 

125.29 

134. 16 

133.82 

140. 07 , 

135. 19 

139.58 

137.94 

136.98 

133.69 

132.40 

134.20 

128.34 

137.18 

125.70 

131.93 

134.90 

135. 00 I 

137.31 

128.29 

135. 89 I 

132.19; 









660 



471.77 
471.93 
471.37 
470. 75 
470. 50 
470.48 
468. 92 
468.90 

468. 73 
408. 09 
467. 50 
466. 25 
464.67 
464. 24 
463. 88 
462. 50 
402.24 

458. 74 
457.47 
456. ^^6 
456. 67 
456. 35 
455. 32 
452.46 
452.01 
450. 63 



MERIT ROLL— CLASS APPOINTED IN 1602. 



MeritroU for the four yean oourae of the Midahipnien of the First Clat» — Annttal 
Examination, February, 1906—116 membera. 



i 


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|i ft |i 


ii 


i^ 










I 


M...™. 


70 iflo aio 


lea 


ees 


•I 1 Chantry, A. J., jr 


67.35 


147. 39 j 331.12 


180.40 


616.28 


•2 ■ Drab«,W 


60.86 


143. 11 


317.63 


m.»2 


600.51 


•3 i Mlller.J.P 


69.08 


146.47 


207.02 


165.06 


688.53 


•4 


Knox.H.G 


05.28 


133.01 


311.04 


170.34 


560.47 


•5 


Wri?ht,G.B 


64.97 


138.11 


308,94 


167.07 


579.09 


•8 


Jensen, H.M 


62.08 


1S5.04 


313.44 


167. 73 


578.29 


•7 


Barker, W.CJr 


67.43 


146.08 


202.97 


153.69 


570. IT 


8 


Bryan, G.S 


01.48 


134.70 


200.12 


165.39 


567. 6» 


9 


WUhelm. A.C 


02.04 


138.05 


303.12 


163.00 


667. 11 


10 


Allen,H 


65.35 


137. 14 


302.88 


160.48 


6S6.86 


11 


Lowman, K. L_ 


63.85 


136. 70 


307.03 


168.64 


565.11 


13 


Ghormloy R, L 


64.00 


186.58 


303.63 


159.60 


563.65^ 


13 


Calhoun, W. L 


01.08 


136.50 201.28 


161.83 


560.68 


14 


Willson. R 


64.13 


188.35 ! 201.82 


166.45 


560. 25 


13 


Noje8,L 


66.06 


120. 82 ! 303. 56 


160.03 


658.47 


Id 


Wallace, S.W 


03. .I?; 136.59. 198.38 


160.03 


557.50 


17 


Lorahbongh. W. W 


60.481 135.46 197.37 


163.64 


555. W 


18 


Armstrong. E. B 


61.791 130.491 202.99 


1.58.97 


554.24 


19 


Atlrin8,L.M 


' 6.1. 16 i:(3.T4! 180.45 


153.03 


539. 27 


20 


Moses, E. S -.-- 


05.33 1:W.1C' 193.53 


144.28 


538.34 


31 ' GlasBford, W. A.Jr 


6:1.2a: 133.03' 186.06 


149.76 


.533. 60 


33 Tttvlor.C -- 


C2.0fl i:!i).03 191.70 


142.93 


538. 00 


33 McDoDal.1, R. S - .-. 


68.21 134.41 194..'>8 


1.50.44 


.527. 59 


34 ; Frenuh.H. J 


00.43' !3.-..74i 180,03 


1.50. 54 


526.83 


25 ' Hall. W. A - 


03.03 131.33' \H:t.nr> 


147. 84 


.536. 15 


20 ' FlfU-lipr, F. .!.___ 


r,\.r,a 133.01 1 i03.89 


148.61 


536.00 


27 Bristol. A. L., jr 


63.07 123.70 185.04 


1.W.21 


526. 03 


28 Howiirii, D. L _ --- 


58.74 134.90| 188.44 


153.26 


524.34 


20 ' D«ker, W. B --- 


58. 0.! 133.26 1 1M5.30 


1.56.47 


533. 88 


ao Riebe, H. B 


' 56.13 131.80' 131.73 


1.59.37 


518.03 


31 : Towers. J. H 


.'■,9.3il 120.43' 187.14 


1.50, 29 


517.35 


33 Collins, J. II --- 


00,1)0. 131.01, I7S.,1M 


144.15 


615.24 


r33 Ewell.L. W - 


,-.9.4n 134.37 l$3.01 


148.13 


514. 70 


84 Draeuiel.M. F_ 


.18.07 133.36 180.53 


145.20 


618.14 


3.5 Witliers, T._._ 


.IG.IO 131,33' ITO.03 


150,84 


508.26 


36 ; Smith. R.F_ 


57.43 130,21 180.40 


143. 78 


507.91 


37 Wilson, P. L --- 


5r..l3| 121.61. 184.91 


143.04 


605. 69 


88 , Bottart. I. C - 


59.43' 122.65' 17.1.00 


147.65 


605.33 


39 Shute.I. C 


.57.07' 117.33 183.09 


140.30 


.503.69 


40 WVMi.L.F - 


57.69 13.1.53 179,35 


140.19 


502.76 


41 Jac..bM, W. F 


CO. OS; 117.6.i! 178.53 


145.37 


.501.53 


42 ; Burtlott, 0- - 


1 58.88| 117.10| 131.58 


143,04 


500.60 


43 1 Ponre, II. L_ 


.59.811 I2a.0l| 170.00 


1-I0.83 


490,64 


44 


Gravra,C.S 


56.96 


117.09 


179. .50 


144. 98 


408.53 



HEETT BOLL — CLASS APPOINTED IN 1902. 



¥iTit rod /or the four yean eourie of the Xidahipmen of the Firgl Clagt—Anrfual 
" ' " I, February, l$0€— 116 memben—ConUnaed. 



4S , Stevenaon, W. 
4S I Reictunnth, F. L. 
47 Mejere, A. C... 

48' Delano, H 

49IFuUw,H.G..., 
M|Smitb,N. M.„. 
SI , PerldM, F. M... 

52 ' White, R. A 

53 |KUd,l.C 

rM|Bo88eU,C. A.,.j 

65 Caiuer, L. D 

eM HByeStW. P 

57 HaU,W. E 

58 1 Roberts, F. H.... 

59 1 Hickey, A. S.... 
M Stilea, W.C.I-.. 
61 'Spofford, R. W.. 
63 I D>Aerty,S 

63 Connor. J. F 

64 Woodrtiff, C. A- 

M I Robinson, F. M . 

86 Aikeo.H.K 

6T Bootb,W. H.... 

68 I Aleiander, G. A 

98 Scndder. R. P... 

™ Hartigan, C. C 

"I ' McWborteT. C. S. 

:3ipnller, D. W.... 

J3 1 Madden, W.E-- 
U I Woodworth.B. E 

TSj Field, P. H 

Tfl Emerson, H. F.. 
11 Brainard, R. M.. 
78 Stapler, J. T. G . 
70 . Barter, R. L 

80 ' McCain, J. S 
ei I Anderson, ti. 
83 I Manly, M. E 

83 Walker, R.L 

84 ' Rees, A. S .. 
65 I Lake, Q. E... 
se Orady, R. C. 

87 ■ Jones, H 

88 Uaan, B. B. . 



119.3 



118.6 



H.S4 
67.83 

55.53 
54.61 

58.06 
58.20 
57.04 
57.12 

58.36 
57.13 
57.88 
56.65 
55.88 
57.82 
50.60' 125.27 
60.11 I lU.K 
57,5(1: 118.5fl 
50.361 li:t.97 
56, 10 120 OB 
55. Jo' lie.96| 
58.50 114.51 



130.61 176,77 141,36' 

n;t.33: 

177.40 145,60 

175.34, 140.02 

46.60 



111.54 
123. 73 
114. 54 I 

133. 13 , 1 
130.48. 
114.341 
117.05 1 



177. 33 


138. 72 


179.40 


139.92 


180.66 


146,65 


174.63 


145.20 


172. 34 


141.07 


177.56 


141.57 



185.86, 149.33 
175.95 I 141.37 
177.81)1 143.73 
174.34! 144.44 



116.131 
114.77, 

115.66 I72.58| 147.17 
118.30 



iio.5o; 



6.49 



■58. S 



5t!.ti 



115.5BI 



'.i. 03 



60.831 115.8;!' 

57.00; 113.06 

57.39 119.11! 

54.0.1 109.171 



56.6* 



109.fr 



57.37 114.33 
58.36 115.15 
56.91 111.52 
54.66 118.25 
.53. To- 114.73 
56.75 111.03 
60.11 114.*!. 
56.0I, 111.83' 



170.78! i;i3.84 
172.99 140,84 
174.48 j i;w.04; 
176,14 138.79' 
173.93 187.72 
173.43 140.33 
172.861 139.71, 
170. 34 I 141.18, 
170.07 i 186.70, 



169.08' 136.95 

169. eel 141.83 
168.10 ia-..97 
173.88 142.00 
177.18 136.38 
172.99' 139.56 
173.61 iai.l4 
160.13 136.45 
169.59 134.19 
108.03 140.54 
160.07] 134.01 
169.34' 137.98 



187.8 



167.8! 



2. 75' 



494.80 
494.00 
494. 05 

493.75 
498.74 

493.87 
491.70 
401.34 
490.36 
480.49 
488.86 
488.67 
488.16 
486.84 
480.26 
485. 64 
4&'-..33 
4W.84 
I 483.93 
i 483.35 
483.89 
481.78 
, 480.47 

\ 479.76 
■ 478.93 

477.91 
j 477.34 

477. 10 
I 477.00 

475.90 
' 475.70 
j 475.46 

475.01 
I 474.02 



MBBIT ROLL— CLASS APPOINTED IN 1903. 



Merit roU for the four year* course of the MidthipTiten of the Pint Cla$»—jLntuuiI 
Examination, Februarj/, 190C—116 m«inber»— Continned. 







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1 


MmIiii._ 


' T« 1 100 


240 


lOS 


668 


89 


Cooky, H.M 


' 56.611 115.01 


164.36 


185.10 


478. 17 


90 


Qarke.W.E 


53.81; 113.91 


168. 16 


136.73 


471. 18 


91 


Carstoin, L. W. F 


' .^n.Sei 113.80 


167,32 


134.28 


470.78 


93 


Washburn, E. D _ 


56.051 10H.M3 


167.82 


136.98 


470.68 


93 


Morrison D. P --- 


M.95| 105.92 


172.41 


136.48 


468.71 


94 


M(.-tcitlf, V. N 


.'■ 54.74! 114.32 


164.60 


135.59 


469.25 


95 


RogerB,F. F-.-- 


54,24] 109.89 


166,70 


138.23 


46S.0S 


m 


Sharp, A., jr. 


54.34 107.12 


168,87 


138.03 


46B.SS 


97 


Bernheim, L. B 


53.71 111.72 


167,09 


135.75 


468.87 


98 


Mayo.C.B 


54.18; 112.25 


165. 59 


135.66 


467.68 


90 


WolIeBon,E. A 


M.OS, 111.33 


165.91 


131.85 


468.17 


100 


Hughes, R.L..- 


' 51. Oil 110.14 


162,83 


136.51 


460.38 


101 


Davis, G. K 


53.88, 109.06 


107.40 


130.14 


460.48 


103 


Howe, W. B-.-- 


! 5fl.25| 110.65 


102, 53 


130.95 


460.38 


103 


Goldman, J. B 


' 55.19, 108.35 


161.01 


13.'i.83 


451.18 


rtt 


Coffin, V.P - -- 


61.40; 124,34 


103.39 


1-11.55 


529.68 


tf 


Cake,S.W 


54.30| 108.87 


180.23 


145.92 


489.82 




Cabanisfl, K. W -- 


_ 58.46 113,07 


173.05 


139.05 


484.58 




owing. J.P - 


■->4.38, 117.04 


175. 37 


136.21 


483.90 




TaffiTider.S. A 


,'i6.7:JI 115.64 


168,34 


137.58 


478.39 




Stirling, A. G - 


.lO.Oe 117.08 


170.30! 130.78 


478. 02 


dr 


Bean,P. J --- 


,'i7,.57 112.93' 188,19, 137.28 


475.97 




Fitch, A.W__ 


.W.20' 113.06! 108,96 132.05 


4110.98 




Lowe.R. V -. . 


__ 53.28 in.Sr,^ 168.69' i;«.7i 


466.03 


tt 


Bonvillian, C. A . - 


.... .-)0,3^(' 111.72' 16:l8.)j 130.59 


462.51 




Kellv. H.B - 


,12.11 ■ IO8.O.1' m.r.l. 128.70 


457.33 


•• 


Newton. W.F - 


_ .Vi.28; 109.24 161.0,->' 129.11 


4.53.68 


e 1 Garcelon. A. A,, jr 


___ ,->.-..17' lia.63i 167,44 140.06 


451.17 






i.^,J..Jtu,.l-Brte„c"yi,Mun.luc.. 






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MERIT ROLL — FIRST CLASS. 



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I WmUni Lewis Bwk 

I Alfred Winsor Brown, jr i 

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I David Alexaniler Scott 

; Jdm Albert Monroe 

i Guy Evane Baker 

Jamee Tliomas Cruse 

j ililes AugiistuB Libbey 

I Carter Land Wright 

WilliB WinttT BrHill«y jr 

David Grabam Copeland 

Calvin Percy Page _ . 

. Raymond Ames Spruance 

Weyman Pott*r Beebler - . . 

' Earle Freeman Johnson . . - - 

I FelijE Xerxes Gy^ax 

Guy Er win Davis 

' Henry Kent He wilt 

Lemael Mussetter Stevens 

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Franklin Porteoua Holcomb 

John William Lewis. 

' Cbarlee Robert Clark 

I Joseph Simpson Evans 

■ Roy Le Clair Stover i 

Warren Case Nixon 

Chester Henry John Eeppler . _ . 

Charles Alfred Dnnu , 

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U Wslter Carl Ulrich fll'.OS Via.m Iftl.r.T itll.itT 547,70 

« Charles Gordon Davy S5.:>3 130.86 104.04 I.m.TS Mil.fil 

4« Charles Clifford Gill (M.37 i:il.05 loa.:n I,V*.03 .546.70 

47 Enfns Wellington Malhewwin... 64.11 ! 131. 12 102. .V( l,W,M() 546..T« 

48 Horace Tjler Dyer 0:i.78 ll25.5H Ifl.VKr. I60.1HP 646.20 

49 Herbert St«phfii.s Babbitt 62.22 ISl.lO 103.H1 150. IK 545.20 

50 BrjsonBnice 61.73 120.16 102.01 161. W ."i44.7.'i 

51 AngastinTontant BeAuregard... 6.').Ha ISa.Sil isg..!; l.'iO.eO .'i44.80 

Si Warren Gerald CliUd e.'V.O.'t 130.09 in-XHO \rA.Gr, ."44,00 

53 Robert Allen Bnrford 63.73 lao.-ri lK0.4fl 1IW.70 r,4:f,S« 

a William Henrj- Lee 61.07 12N.52 Il»:t.72 l.)9.95 54:t.26 

55 RnsseU Sydiior Creiiahjiw 64.03 125.58 19=1.46 1511.14 54;j. II 

St Damon EarhartCDmroings- ... 62.51 133.03 IWJ.JJO 160.87 -542.80 

s; ffiUiani Price Williameon- 6.>.-'7 120.36 1B0.04 157.54 rAi.il 

58 BrnryClaylliirfln, jr 61. «» 124.33 194. W 160.(10 .54I.1.5 

5e BsndallJacobs 63.0(1 127. !Ki 11W..57 160.41 riS!i,91 

(D Vaughn Veasey Woodward 63.32 ViS.'ir, 193,33 iriO.SM r.;Mi,«3 

«1 CljdeRnssell Robinson 61.61 124,20 19.5,20 l,iB,l.5 r.ao,2-5 

63 Robert Traill Spenct- Lowell 6.5.07 124. 50 1M5, 24 161, 31 530. 21 

E3 Richard Stanislaus Ed-warda 03, 02 123, 17 1B3. (HI 1 ,59, 23 53m. 4« 

M Willis Woodruff Lawrence (11,. 57 124.74 191. (SO ltH(.28 5:t«.2M 

6S tiring Hall Mayfield 64, 3h 125.44 Imh.0,5 160.33 53S.19 

M Ralph Cutler Kecdhaoi 66. CO 127. IM !fi3. 1m 100.43 537.30 

« Rirhiinl Tnson Keiran 61.05 127.97 1W7.(15 IOU.23 .536.90 

B James Bruin Howell 61. .50 127.11 1N9.30 I-jm.Oh 535.90 

tt Charles Cliurchill Slaylon 64.65 126.73 lfH.4s 156.10 535.95 

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Tl Alfred Walton Atkins.-- (M.sa 120.03 lltO. 13 15H.12 532.60 

-72 LoQis Henry MaxfieM (15.87 123.01 1^6.25 156.41 .5.33.44 

rS Md Howard Hoover .50.h(1 126.33 1H5.H9 16U.38 532.26 

'* Claude Ashton Jones .50.05 123.23 ll»a.;i7 1.5,5.70, 530.34 

JS PhUip Huston Hammottd 63. 63 123. 23 187. 09 1.56. 31 .530. 25 

711 William Hemniinga Walsh K3.57 120..53 186.15 I60.5« .529.K3 

~ flanrCampbell 5S.0« 121.02 190.07 1.57.40 -526.66 

fS George "William Kenyon 63.28 121.90 18.5.83 1.5-5.21 .52.5.28 

™ Lodm Frank Kimball -. 61.36 123.H4 1MI.B5 1.56.45 .5a3.<IO 

* Harvey William McCormaiik.... 61.10 ito.;W 1X7.04 159.09 528..56 

*' Emset Doyle McWhorter 62.12 122.73 1^4.21 154. 10 ' -523.25 

^ -AJhin Shannon Farquhar 62.80 121.05 18.5.40 1.53.70 .523.18 

* Harold Medberry Bemis '64.60 11H.40 IHO.OO 1.58.30 .521.66 

*, ^ohn Martin Scbelling -58.03 123.13 1M5.07 1.54.06, .521.00 

**, Bert Blaine Taylor 60.51 119.63 1 1»4. 64 , 1.55.00 510.78 

* C«rl TowiMend Osbum i 60.71 117.9:( , l&5.;[6 J 154.97 , 518.97 



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BE6DUTI0NS GOVERNING THE ADMISSION OP CANDIDATES INTO 
THE NAVAL ACADEMY AS MIDSHIPMEN. 



NOMINATION. 



r The stadents of fhe NaTal Academy are styled midshipmen. 
I Two midshipmen are allowed for each Senator, Representative, and Delegate 
I in Congreas, two for the District of Colnmbia, and five each year from the United 
States at large. The apxwintments from the District of Colnmbia and five each 
year at large are made by the President. 

One midshipman is allowed from Porto Rico, who mnst be a native of that 
jriand. The apx>ointment is made by the President, on the recommendation of 
the Governor of Porto Rico. 

After June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, each Senator, Represent- 
ative, and Delegate in Ck>ngress will be allowed to appoint but one midshipman 
instead of two. 

The coTirse for midshipmen is six years — four years at the Academy, when 
the succeeding appointment is made, and two years at sea, at the expiration of 
which time the examination for final graduation takes place. 

3fidshipmen who pass the examination for final graduation are appointed to 
fill vacancies in the lower grades of the Line of the Navy and of the Marine 
'Corps. 

*' Hereafter the Secretary of the Navy shall, as soon as possible after the 1st 
day of June of each year preceding the graduation of midshipmen in the suc- 
ceeding year, notify in writing each Senator, Representative, and Delegate in 
Congress of any vacancy that will exist at the Naval Academy because of such 
graduation, or that may occur for other reasons, and which he shall be entitled 
to fill by nomination of a candidate and one or more alternates therefor. The 
nomination of a candidate and alternate or alternates to fill said vacancy shall 
be made upon the recommendation of the Senator, Representative, or Delegate, 
if such recommendation is made by the 4th day of March of the year following 
that in which said notice in writing is given, but if it is not made by that time 
the Secretary of the Navy shall fill the vacancy by appointment of an actual resi- 
dent of the State, congressional district, or Territory, as the case may be, in 
"w-hicli the vacancy will exist, who shall have been for at least two years imme- 
diately preceding the date of his appointment an actual and bona fide resident 
of the State, congressional district, or Territory in which the vacancy will exist 
and of the legal qualification under the law as now provided. In cases where 
^y reason of a vacancy in the membership of the Senate or House of Represent- 
atives, or by the death or declination o^ a candidate for admission to the 
Academy, there occurs or is about to occur at the Academy a vacancy from any 
State, district, or Territory that can not be filled by nomination as herein pro- 
vided, the same may be filled as soon thereafter and before the final entrance 
examination for the year as the Secretary of the Navy may determine." — (Act 
<ipproved June f .9, 1906. ) 

Candidates allowed for congressional districts, for Territories, and for the 
iHstrict of Ck>lnmbia must be actual residents of the districts or Territories, 
respectively, from which they are nominated. 



152 



REGULATIONS GOVERNING ADMISSION TO ACADEMY. 



All candidates mtust, at the time of their examination for admission, be between 
the ages of sixteen and twenty years. A candidate is eligible for appointment 
•on the day he becomes sixteen and is ineligible on the day he becomes twenty 
years of age. 

EXAMINATION. 



''All candidates for admission into the Academy shall he examined according 
to such regtUations and at such stated times as the Secretary of the Navy may 
jprescribe. Candidates rejected at such examination shall not have the privilege 
of another examination for admission to the same dass unless recommended by 
the Board of Examiners.^' — (Rev, Stat., § 1515.) 

When any candidate who has been nominated npon the recommendation of a 
Senator, Member, or Delegate of the Honse of Representatives is fonnd, npon 
examination, to be physically or mentally disqualified for admission, the Sena- 
tor, Member, or Delegate shall be notified to recommend another candidate, 
who shall be examined according to the provisions of the preceding section. 

Beginning with the year nineteen hundred and four, but two examinations 
for admission of midshipmen to the Academy will be held each year, as follows: 

1. The first examination to be held on the third Tuesday in April, under the 
supervision of the Civil Service Commission, at points named in the accompany- 
ing list. All those qualifying mentally who are entitled to apx)ointment in order 
of nomination will be notified by the superintendent of the Naval Academy when 
to report at the Academy for physical examination, and if physically qualified 
will be appointed. 



Alabama 
Arizona . 
Arkansas 



California 



Colorado 



Connecticut 

Dist. of Columbia. 

Florida 



Georgia 



( Birmingham. 
< Mobile. 
( Montgomery. 
' Phoenix. 

Prescott. 

Tucson. 

Fort Smith. 

Little Rock. 

Texarkana. 
' Fresno. 

Los Angeles. 

Marysville. 

Sacramento. 

San Francisco. 

San Jose. 

San Luis Obispo. 

Denver. 

Durango. 

Fort Collins. 

Grand Junction. 

Pueblo. 
^ Trinidad, 
j Hartford, c. h. 
) Middletown. 
.-Washington. 
r Jacksonville. 

Key West. 
' Miami. 

Pensacola. 
^ Tampa. 

Athens. 

Atlanta. 

Augusta. 

Macon. 

Savannah. 

Thomasville. 



Hawaii 
Idaho.. 



Illinois 



Indiana. 



Indian Territory 



Iowa 



Kansas 



Kentucky 



Louisiana 



.Honolulu, c. H. 

Boise. 
Moscow. 

Cairo. 

Champaign. 

Chicago. 

Peoria. 

Quincy. 

Springfield. 

Bloomington. 
Evansville. 
-{ Fort Wayne. 
Indianapolis. 
Lafayette. 

( Ardmore. 

•< Muskogee. 

( South McAlester. 

Ames. 

Des Moines. 

Dubuque. 

Fort Madison. 

Iowa City. 

Mason City. 

Sioux City. 

^ Fort Scott. 
J Salina. 
I Topeka. 
t Wichita. 

i Lexington. 
-; Louisville. 
i Paducah. 
I Baton Rouge. 
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Oklahoma 


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Fitch Irtirg. 
Lawrence. 
Pitlafiold. 


Oregon ■ 


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Baker aty. ^H 
Eugene. ^^M 
Portland. ^^H 
Altoona. ^^H 




Springfield. 
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Harrisburg. ^^H 
PhUadelphia. ^H 


Hichigm 


Detroit. 
Grand Rapids. 

Marquette. 

Saffinaw. 

Sanlt StB. Marie. 


Pennsylvania 

Porto Rico. ..... 


Pittsburg. ^H 
.Warreu. ^H 

WilkeB-Barre. ^^M 
San Jnan. ^^M 
Charleston. ^^M 




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Minnesota 


Doluth. 
, Mankato. 
' St. Paul. 


South Carolina 


Columbia. ^^H 
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South Dakota 


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UiMis^Ppt 


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1 Vicksbarg. 




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Knoiville. 


Miscmri 


1 Kirksville. 
■| Springfield. 




Memphis. 
Nashville. 




1 St. Joseph. 




Austin. ^m 




1 St. Lonia. 




Dallas. ^M 




1 GillingH. 




El Paso. c. H. ^M 








Houston. ^^1 




1 Bntte. 




San Antonio. ^H 


MontttBa 


1 Cireat Falls. 

Helena. 
1, Missoula. 




Waco. ^H 






Logan. ^H 




Utah 


Salt Lake City. ^H 




1 Grand Inland. 




Montpelier. ^M 


Sebrtaka -. 


- Lincoln, 


Vermont - 


Rutland. ^M 




( Omaha. 




St. Johnsbur}-. ^H 


Nmdi 


.Reno. 




Lynchburg. ^M 
Norfolk. ^M 


N»wBMnpAirB„ 


1 daremont, 
J Concord. 
IKeene. 


Virginia --- 


Richmond. ^^M 
Roanoke. ^^1 
Staunton. ^^1 




I Portsmouth. 




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Ketr Mexice 


1 Albnguerqne. 
( Las \ egas. 




r»l ToiDind. C.u. ^H 
Seattle. 




Alhanv. 
Brooklvn. 


Washington 


Spokane. 
Tacoma. 




Buffalo. 




Walla Walla. 


SfwVOTk 


Ithaca. 

Ogdenaburg. 
Plattsburg. c.H. 
Eochest^r. 

^■racuse. 


West Virginia 


Charleston. 

Fairmont. 

Parkersburg. 

Appleton. 

Ashland. 


Surth Carolina . . 


AshevUle. 
Charlotte. 


WiBCOUflin 


Chippewa Falls. 

Lafcrosse. 

Madison. 






Marinette. 


H north Dakota. 


( Wilmington. 
1 Bismarck. 
Fargo. 
■ Grand Forks. 




Milwaokee. ^^ 
Wansau. ^M 
C Cheyenne. ^H 


iii 


Minot. 


Wyoming ------- 


• Laramie. ^^M 
Sheridan. ^^^^^M 



154 REGULATIONS GOVERNING ADMISSION TO ACADEMY. 

Candidates nominated for the Axjril examination may be examined at Wash- 
ington, D. C, if so desired, or at any of the places in any State named in tb» 
above schednle. 

Senators and Bepresentatives are requested, when disignating their nomineeB^ 
to give the place at which it is desired they shonld be examined if nominated 
for the April examination. 

2. The second and last examination will be held at Annax)olis, Md., only, cm 
the third Tuesday in June, under the supervision of the Superintendent of the 
Naval Academy. Candidates are examined mentally at this examination, and 
all those entitled to appointment will be directed to report for physical exami- 
nation, as soon as practicable, at the Naval Academy. 

Alternates are given the privilege of reporting for mental examination at the 
same time with the principal. 

No examination will be held later than the third Tuesday in June. 

The large number of midshipmen to be instructed and drilled makes this rule 
necessary, and it is to the great advantage of the new midshipmen themselves. 
The summer months are utilized in preliminary instruction in professional 
branches and drills, such as handling boats under oars and sails, and in seaman- 
ship, gunnery, and infantry drills. These practical exercises form most excellent 
groundwork as a preparation for the academic course. 

The examination papers used in all examinations are prex>ared at the Naval 
Academy apd the examinations of candidates are finally x)assed npon by the 
Academic Board. 

Under the law, candidates failing to pass the entrance examination can not 
be allowed another examination for admission to the same class unless recom- 
mended for reexamination by the Board of Examiners. 

The Civil Service Commission only conducts the examination of candidates- 
whose names have been furnished by the Navy Department. All correspondence 
relative to the nomination and examination of candidates should be addressed 
to the Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department, Washington, D. C. 

Candidates will be required to enter the Academy immediately after passing- 
th e prescHhed exam inations. 

No leave of absence will he granted to midshipmen of the fourth class. 

Candidates will be examined physically at the Naval Academy by a board- 
composed of three medical officers of the Nav>' whose decision will be final. 

Candidates are required to be physically sound, well formed, and of robust 
constitution. 

Any one of the following conditions will be sufficient to cause the rejection of 
a (!andidato, viz: 

Feeble constitution, inherited or acquired. 

Retarded development. 

Impaired general health. 

Decided cachexia, diathesis, or predisposition. 

Any disease, deformity, or result of injury that would impair efficiency; 
such as — 

Weak or disordered intellect. 

Cutaneous or communicable disease. 

Unnatural curvature of the si)ine, torticollis, or oth(T dofonnitj*. 

Inefficiency of either of the extremities or largo articulations from any cause. 

Epilepsy or other convulsions -within five ycjars. 

Impaired vision, disease of the organs of vision, imperfect color sense; visital 
acutvness must hr normal, i. c, SOjSO for each et/e without the aid of glasses. 

Impaired hearing or disease of either ear. The organs of heivring, both the 
conductive apparatus (outer and middle ear) and the percipient apparatus. 




BBCrUTHHTR GOrBRSTSn ADIIISSIOX TO ACADKIIT. 



iBtem^ eaa) man be free Itobi iliwim In ^'■tJBg the bearing of the candi- 
date, the Toira. tfa« tM^iBg of a watiA. and, if practieaUe. PoUtcer'a »ccnniM(cr 
shall be emploj'ed. 

The voice is a more idiaUe netbod of detenaiBnig the 
than the tickiiig of an oidhkaiy watcji, as it aDom for 
xrith th«inodificatioDsprodQ«»db7'chaiigeaia pilch aad tone. Hearing In each 
ear miuri be nonnaDy amte to the spoken and vtospercd Toioe. In e^iBdning 
the acntcnw of the hearing with the TOtce. one ear of the candidate ahoold be 
closed while the other tmr is being exaamed, and Ins ejvg should be ooverad to 
prevent lip reading. The Hrfcrng of an. oidinaij watch sbonid be heard ft 
diKtance of 40 inchee. 

Chmnic nasal cstarrii, ocaena, poln>>> oc great enlargement of the tonsOs. 

Impediment of speech to sorb an extent aa to impair «fficieiic}- in the per- 
formance of dntf. 

Disease of heart or lunge or decided indications of liatolity to cardiac or 
pnlmonaij affections. 

Hernia, complete or incomidete, and nndeaceoded teetifl. 

Tarioocete, sarcocele, hydrocele, stricture, fistula, hemorrhcnds, or TSricoae 
veins of lower Umbe. 

Disease of the genito-nrinary orgaoa. 

Chronic olceni, ingrowing naiLt, larg« btudone, cram or hammer toes, or nther 
deformity of the feet. 

Loss of many teeth, or teeth generally nnsonnd. There shall b« at least eight 
opposing molars, two on each fdde in each jaw. 

Attention will also be paid to the statore of the candidate, and 
fe»tSy ander sise for bis age will be received at the Academy. The height 
candidates for admiasion shall not be le^ than S feet 2 inches between the 
of 16 and 18 yean, and not less than 5 feet 4 inches between the ages of 18 
20 yeais; and the minimom weight at 16 years of age shall be 105 ponnds, witft' 
an increase of not leas than 5 ponnds for each additional year, or fraction of 
year over one-half. Any marked deviation in the height and weight relative to 
the age of a candiilate will add materially to the consideration for rejection. 

Candidat(« must be unmarried, anil any midshipman who shall marry, orwho 
Q be found to be married, before his final gradoation, shall be dismissed the 



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^ndidates will be exiamined mentally in pTutctnation. spelling, arithmetic, 
Mgraphy. English grammar. United States history, world's history, algebra 
throngh quadratic equations, and plane geometry (five books of Chanvenet^a 
Geometry, or an equivalent). Deficiency in any one of these subjects may 
sofficieot to insure the rejection of the candidate. 

GENERAL CHARACTER OF THE EXAMINATION. 

Beadiicg asd Weitiso. — Candidates moat be able to read understandijigly, 
uid with proper accent and emphasis, and to write Jegibly, neatly, and rapidly. 

Spellcjo. — They most be able to write, from dictation, paragraphs from 
standard pieces of English literature, both prose and poetry, sufficient in num- 
ber to test fuDy their qnalificatioos in this branch. The spelling througbont 
the elimination will be considered in marking the papers. The Academic 
Board are instructed not to reject a candidate whoae only deficiency is in spell- 
ing when the mark therefor is above a certain figure, to be fixed by the board,,! 
subject to the revision of the Department. 

Punctuation and CAPirju-S. — They must In.- familiar witli the ruk-s for i 
ation and for the use of capitals. In order to test thdr knowledge, 
will be given for correction. 



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15"i RBQULATIONS GOVB^HNIXO ADMISSION TO AOADEMT. 

Qrjluhar. — Candidates mDHt exhibit thorough familiarity with English gnun- 
auir; they must be able to analyze sud parse any sentence given, showing clearly 
the relatione between the different parts of speech, and giving the mlos govern- 
ing thoae relations. The subject and predicate in the sentence mast be given, 
with uodifiers (if anyl , and also the part of speech, and kind, case, voice, mood, 
tense, namber, person, degree of comparison, etc., as the case may be, of each 
word, and its relation to other words iu the sentence. 

They must be able to define the terms used in grammar, a ntm[iber of which 
will bo given as a teat of their knowledge. 

A composition on one of three subjectB will be required. 

Sinue the school grammarij tised in different parts of the country vary among 
themselves in their treatment of certain words, an answer approved by any 
gnunmar of good repute will be accepted, 

Gboubaphy. — Candidates will be required to pass a satisfactory examination 
in descriptive geography, particularly of otir own country. Questions wiU b» 
given under the following heads; The definitions of latitude and longitude 

leluding problems with regard to differences of time between places); ths 

nes; the grand divisions of land and water; the character of coast lines: tha 
climate of different parts of the United Statos; trade winds: the direction and 
position of important monntain chains and the locality of the higher peaks; 
the position and course of the prindi>al rivers, their tributaries, and the bodies 
rater iuto which they flow; the position of important seas, bays. gnl&. and 
IB of the sea: the position of independent States, their boundariea and capital 
cities; the position and directiim of great peninsulas and tlie situation of impor- 
tant and prominent cajieB, straits, sounds, channels, and the most important 
canals; great lakes and inland sea:!: poaitiou and political connection of important 
islands and colonial possessionA: location of cities of historical, political, or com- 
mercial importance, attention being esi>ecial]y caUed to the rivers and bodies of 
water on which cities are situated; the course of a vessel in making a voyage 
between well-known porta. 

The candidate's knowledge of the geography of the United States can not be 
too full or specific on all the points referred to above. Accurate knowledge will 
also be required of the position of the country with reference to other Stales, 
and with refor«nce to latitude and longitude, of the boundaries and relative 
position of the States and Territories, of the name and position of their capitals, 
and of other important cities and towns. 

U-VFTED States History.— The eiamination in this branch will include ques- 
tions concerning the early settlements in this country; the forme of government 
in the colonies: the causes, leading events, and results of wars: and prominent 
ovents in the history of our Govemment since its foundation. 

World's History. — Candidates must be familiar with the general history of 
the world, including the rise and the fall of empires and of dynasties: changes 
in territory as the result of wars or from other causes; the most important treaties 
of peace; the relations between church and state in different countries; in brief, 
such information as may be found in the ordinary general histories. 

AWTHiiBTic.— ^The candidate will be required — 

To express in figures any whole, decimal, or miied number; to write in words 
any given number; to perform with facUity and accuracy the varions operations 
of addition, subtraction, multiplication, aud division of whole numbers, whether 
abstract or compound, and to use with facility the tables of money, weights, and 
measures in common use, incladiug English money. 

To reduce compound numbers from one denomination to another, and to 
express them as decimals or fractions of a higher or lower denomination: te 
etste the number of cubic inches in a gallon and the relation between the troy 



'iib)inTI.ATION8 OOVBRNTNO ADMTSRION TO ACAI>EMT. 15?' 

uul iroinlaptns poonda, and to redtiF« lUfferences of time to iliffervncex of lon^- 

^b ^ define prime and compostte numbers; to give the teiitit of diviaibilitj- by 3, ' 
^B|,S, II, 3''', anil \2'i; to n'solve nnmbers into their prime factors, and to lind ] 
^B tt«l«>ftcammuii mitltipl<' and thtf greatest common divisor of largo art well a» I 
of iQuUl numbers. 

To be fiuniliar with all the proceesea of fornmon and decimal fractions: to givs J 
daulf (he reasons for Buch processes, and to be able tonse the contracted mothoila 
u( mtiltiphcation and division giTeu in the ordinary t«st-booliH on arithmetic. 
Trxiefim- ratio and proportion, and to eolve problems in simple and componnd I 

Tn Nilvt< problems involving the niuasureinent of rectsn^lar snrfacas u 
ailiils; lo find the square roots and the cube roota of numberH, and to solvft I 
oBIili* problems nnder perccntngo, interest, and discount. I 

liie candidates are required to iMwaesa such a thorough understanding of all 
tlie fniulamental operations of arithmetic a? will enable them to apply th» | 
mrions principles to the solution of any complei problem that can be KOlved by 
the inethods of arithmetic; in other wordrt, they must possess such a completo J 
knonletliie of arithmetic as will enable them to proceed at once to the higher 
bniKhej of mathematics without further study of arithmetic. 

Algebra.— The ejcamination in algebra will include questions and problems 
spOD the fundamental rules, factoring, greateot common divisor, least common. 
multiple, algebraic fractions, equations of the first degree with one or more 
imlniown quantities, simplification of eipreBsiona involving surds, and the 
■diatian and theory of quadratic equations. 

GEOHETBV.—In geometry candidates will he required to give accurate deSni- 
Umi at tenas used in plane geometry, to demonstrate any proposition of plane 
geomrtry as given in the ordinary teit-lxjoks, and to solve simple geometrical 
pnblems, either by a constrnction or by an application of algebra. 

CHABACTER OF THE QUESTIONS AT EXAMINATION FOR 
ADMISSION. 

PnNfTFXTION 4ND CAPITALS. 

I FoDctoate and capitAlize tlie following: 

> 1. bnrlte in bis Apee<:b on conciliation with america p 177 said first sir permit 

lo observe that the use of force alone is hut temporary it may subdue for the 

it bat it does not remove the necessity of subduing and a nation is not 

rrned which is per|K>tually to be conquered 

1 1. nUrittO adds i would it might prove the end of his loeses moulton shakea- 

tupTS 

his state 
is kingly thousands at his bidding speed 
d post oer land and ocean without rest 
■ (. the teit here followed is that of a j george select speeches of daniel webster 
' <a iMb 11403, 



fi N'ame the partA of speech to which the italicized worila belong; Every c 

d, but I life O'l i'l pain. Alaji, for me ! 
f Compare little, unoontcioaslg, bad, near, At'itd. 



15S REGULATIONS GOVERNING ADMISSION TO ACADBMT. 

3. Give the principal parts of heat^ buy, fly, and sleep, and state in each case 
whether it belongs to the strong or to the weak coi^jugation. 

4. Write sentences illustrating three different meanings of that. Parse thai 
in each of them. 

n. 

Explain the difference between direct and indirect disconrse. Change the 
following extract to a direct quotation, i. e., give the exact words that Themis- 
tocles said: He told the king that he was Themistocles the Athenian, driven into 
banishment by the Greeks; that the evils he had done to the Persians were 
numerous, but his benefits to them yet greater, in withholding the Greeks from 
pursuit, so soon as the deliverance of his own country allowed him to show 
kindness to the king. 

III. 

Analyze the following sentence and parse the italicized words: He treated as 
enemies the men who had labored most earnestly for his success, 

IV. 

1. Decline: man, ox, bear, she, 

2. (a) Define and give an example of a neuter noun, a transitive verb, and a 
reflexive pronoun. (6) Give diminutives of: cat, goose, hiU, 

3. Correct the sentences: Dog and I and father went a hunting. I saw a man 
digging a well with a Roman nose. 

4. Give a synopsis in the third person singular, throughout all the moods and 
tenses, of the verb to go, 

V. 

Write a composition of one page on one of the following subjects: 
1. A description of some journey. 2. A sketch of the character of some 
X)erson, either from life or from reading. 3. John Paul Jones. 

OEOOBAPHY. 

I. 

1. Fix the position of the following: Kingston, Mauritius, Faroe Islands, 
Kishenev, Saigon, Leeward Islands, Aden, Saghalien, Rangoon, Teneriffe. 

2. Bound the Austrian Empire. 

n. . 

1. Name in order the States or Territories forming the northern, western, and 
southern boundaries of the United States. Name the capital of each. 

2. Name and locate accurately the island possessions of the United States. 

III. 

1. Describe the course of the Gulf Stream and tell how it influences climate.^ 

2. Define: monsoon, magnetic poles, mercator's projection, meridian, Tropi 
of Capricorn, delta, equinox, atoll. 

IV. 

1. In making a voyage by water from St. Petersburg to St. Louis, name 
order (1) the waters passed through, and (2) the islands passed. 

2. Fix the position of the following: Gulf of Riga, Sea of Marmora, Gulf ^^ 
Taranto, The Wash, Macassar Strait, Gulf of Bothnia, Strait of Bonifacio, Q'^^^n 
of Guayaquil. 



BEOULATIONS GOVERNING ADMISSION TO ACADEMY. 159 



UNITED STATES HISTORY. 
I. 

GiTesome acoonntof the following: The man for whom America was named, 
"tiie editor of the "Federalist," Stephen Decatnr, Andrew Jackson. 

II. 

1. Give some account of Salem witchcraft. 

2. Explain the form of government in the Proprietary Colonies. 

3. What were the causes and the results of the war with Tripoli? 

4. Name and give the results of five important battles in the Revolutionary 
War; tell why they were important; give the names of the leaders of lx)th sides 
in each battle. 

m. 

What was (a) The Whisky Rebellion? (b) The Embargo Act of IHOT? (c) 
The Missouri Compromise? (d) The Dred Scott Case? 

IV. 

1. Explain how and when the United States acquired Alaska, Texas, Hawaiian 
Islands, Porto Rico, Guam, the Philippine Islands. 

2. Give a brief history of political parties in the United States, mentioning the 
policies for which each has stood at important crises in the history of our country. 

world's HISTORY. 

I. 

(a) Give the x>rincipal events in the history of Egypt. 

(6) Name the characters that played leading parts in the history of Greece 
from 1100 to 146 B. C. What did they do? 

((•) Write a brief outline of the main facts in the history of the Roman 
Republic. 

n. 

(a) Exi^ain in detail the Feudal System of the Middle Ages. 
ib) What did Peter the Great do for Russia? Mention the events of his 
reign. Who were his illustrious successors? 

III. 

Name specifically some one thing for which each of the following is famous. 
Tell when and where each lived: Sennacherib, Croesus; Leonidas, Solon, Nero, 
Charlemagne, Savonarola, Richard Coeur do Lion, Gustavus Adolphus, Marat, 
Martin Luther, Chaucer, Wyclif , Edmund Burke, Coleridge. 

IV. 

(a) Outline the history of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, naming the principal 
characters and events. 
^^) \^hat was the Confederation of the Rhine? 
^^) Kairate briefly the causes, events, and results of the French Revolution. 



160 REGULATIONS GOVERNING ADMISSION TO ACADEMY. 

ARITHMBTIC. 

I. 

(a) Find the valne of — , given a = 87.359, b = 26.684, c = 57.286. Three 

c 

decimal places required in the restdt. 

(b) A meter is 89.87 lynches; find the number of meters in a mile, 3 decimal 
places. 

(c) Find the number of square yards in a square meter to 3 decimal places. 

II. 

(a) If the circumference of a circle were exactly 3^ times its diameter, how 
many turns would a wheel 4 ft. 6 in. in diameter make in rolling over 1 mile ? 

(b) Find the greatest common divisor of 4,058,057 and 8,504,917. 

(c) Simplify Hot -jV -h i^y of i) -^ (i + i - A + ^M and (34H x 24) +9i, and 
find the product of the two results. 

m. 

3 -+- V7 
(a) Find the value to 6 decimal places. 

3- V7 

(5) Find the cube root of 6,599 to 5 decimal places. 

IV. 

(a) Supposing ^old to be worth $19.50 per oz. Troy; find the value of a mass 
of gold coin which weighs 2 lbs. 1 oz. 13 dwts. 15 grs., ^^ of the mass being pure 
gold and the rest copper worth 25 cents a pound. 

(b) Find the value of an iron plate 15 ft. long, 5 ft. 6 in. wide, and 5J^ in. 
thick at $H25 for 2,240 lbs., given that a cubic foot of iron weighs 468Ji ll»- 

V. 

(a) A and B run a mile race. A goes 5 feet at each step and makes 3.3 8tei» 
per second all through the race. B goes 6 feet at each step and takes 3 steps 
per second for ;'^^ of a mile, but for the last 34 nii^^ he only goes 5.5 feet each 
step and makes 2.5 steps per second. Which won the race, and how many sec- 
onds did each man take ? 

(b) The interest on $5,481 for 8 jts. mos. and 20 days is $1,299.20. What is 
the rate per (;ent? At the same rate, in how many years would the interest be- 
come equal to the principal? 

(a) If a model of the earth were made with n diameter of 60 feet, what deci- 
mal part of an inch would represent the height of the highest mountain? Take 
the diameter of the earth as 7,912 miles and the height of the mountain as 
80,000 feet. 

(b) If 1,869 sovereigns are coined from 440 oz. Troy of gold, and 1,550 20- 
franc pieces are coined from 9 kilogrammes of gold (1 kilogramme = 2.2072 lbs. 
Avoirdupois) ; find the number of francs in a sovereign to three decimal places. 

ALQEBRA. 

I. 
(a) Write out the square of (a -t- 5 -+- c -f d -+- <') and tlie cube of (a + b -^c-hd), 

(6) Substitute y -h S in place of x in the expression j-^ -h 3ar^ — 18vC'^ -h 6a7 — 90, 
and write the result as an expression arranged according to descending i)Owers 

of //. 

'fie y A X y 8 x // 11 

(e) Given j^ - 15 " ? = 12 " W^""^ '^' ' 3 = 12 " 15 + W ^°'^ •" *"^ ^Z- 



RBGULATIONS GOVERNIN(; ADMISSION TO ACADEMY. 161 

II. 

yA _j_ gijc* 7:r* 21a: — 86 

(fl) Reduce ^^2^_;jq^_ ii^_ ^g to its lowest terms. 

({)} The length of a field is in times its breadth; another field is a yards longer 
and ^ yards broader and contains c* square yards more than the first; find the 
dimea^ioDS of the first field. 

III. 

(tt) Simplify 25 -t- ( ^^lo -+- V 20 + ♦ 40 - ♦ 5 - ♦ 8()) » an^^ fin<l the 8(iuare root 
of52-hl4v3 

(7)) Multiply 3a? -X + a; + 2a;^ by x^^ -h x-^^ 

(r) Simplify (8a*" — 4«*"-"*) -^ (a- — a--^, and find the vahie of the result (1) 
wiien a-t and n = 1, (2) when a = 2 and /i = — 1 . 

IV. 

(fl) Solve the equation pa?* -f- <jra? -+- r = 0, and find the sum and the product of 
its roots.. Form an equation whose roots are '^-^ ,' and "^ — v 
{h) Solve the equation Sa,*^ - lac = 14,600. 

V. 

, , p- 1 • a? . 40 8(104-a?) 

(«) Find .r. given jg+_-^-^_^. ^-i 

(6) Given a,-* -f- a:'/^ = 70 and xy — \f —VI, find .r and y. 

GEOMETRY. 

I. 

(a) Prove that an exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the two 
opposite interior angles. Define axiom and postulate, and give an example of 
^ach. Define trapezoid, trapezium, rhombus, and rhomboid. 

(h) Prove that the three lines drawn from the vertices of a triangle to the 
iniddle points of the opposite sides meet in a point. 

(c) In a trapezium the middle points of adjacent sides are joined ; show that 
the figure so formed is a parallelogram, and that its x)erimeter is e(iual to the 
®^m of the diagonals of the trapezium. 

II. 

(a) Prove that the angle between two chords which meet within the circle is 
Measured by one-half the sum of the intercepted arcs. How is the angle meas- 
ured when the chords meet outside the circle? Prove your statement. 

ib) Draw a line about 2 inches long and upon it as a chord construct a seg- 
ment of a circle which shall contain an angle of 4'y , explain and prove the con- 
struction. A and B are fixed points, any straight line is drawn through A, and 
a second line through B, meeting the first at P and making the angle APB=60^. 
^Hiat is the locus of P, and why ? 

III. 

(a) A line AB is divided internally at C and externally at D ; name the in- 
ternal segment and the external segments. The sides of a triangle are a,b, and 
c ; the angle opposite the side c is bisected ; find algebraic expressions for the 
s^ments of the side c made by the bisector, and state the proposition upon 
'Which your answer depends. 

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REGULATIONS GOVEKNINd} ADMISSION TO ACADEMY. 



(b) When are quantities recipnx^ly proportional? Give an example in 
geometry where a series of lines are reciprocally proportional. Define extreme 
and mean ratio. The line AB, length c, is divided into extreme and mean ratio 
internally at C; find algebraic expressions for the segments AC and CB. 

IV. 

(a) Prove geometrically that the square described upon the hypotenuse of a 
right triangle is equivalent to the sum of the squares described upon the other 
two sides. 

{b) The sides of a right triangle are a and b and the hyiwtenuse is c; find the 
radius of the inscribed circle, the radius of the circumscribed circle, and the 
length of each of the medial lines. 



v. 

(a) Write the following formulas: Circumference and area of a circle radius a 
Area of trapezoid, parallel sides a and b, altitude h. Area of triangle sides a, 6, 
and c. Give a value of :r expressed decimally and two other approximate values 
of TT expressed as a common fraction. An equilateral triangle is inscribed in a 
circle of radius a, find the length of a side of the triangle and its area. 

(b) The sides of a right triangle are a and b and the hyxx)tenuse is c, find the 
length of the side of u square inscribed in the triangle, the square resting on 
aside. 

(c) Find the length of a side of the inscribed square when it rests on the 
hypotenuse. 

ADMISSION. 

Candidates that pass the physical and mental examinations will receive 
appointments as midshipmen, and become students of the Academy. Each 
midshipman will be required to sign articles by which ho binds himself to serve 
in the United States Navy eight years (including his time of probation at the 
Naval Academy), unless sooner discharged. 

The pay of a luidshipman is $500 i\ year, commencing at the date of his 
admission. 

Midshipmen will supply themselves, immediately uixm their admission, with 
the following articles, viz: 



One dress jacket 

One blous.^ ... . . _ - - 

One pair dress trousers ... 

One pair S'.Tvice trousers 

One overcoat . . . . 

One reefer 

Two white blouses 

Two pairs white trous<»rs 

One mackintosh 

One cap cover . . 

Eight work suits - 

Two pairs regulation leggings. 

One parade cap . - 

One knit cap. . 

One mug 

One soap box 

One laundry \yo6k 

One pair blankets 



$20. 78 One pair overshoes 

15. 22 I Two pairs high shoes 

11 . 83 Eight white shirts 

6.68 i Twelve collars 

26.98 Eight pairs cuffs... 

12.18 Eight pairs socks 

n. 50 , *Eight towels. 

3. 20 *Shaving outfit 

9. 50 *Six pairs drawers (smumer) 
. 30 *Six undershirts (summer) . . 

H.OO One hand glass 

1 . 50 One blue jersey 

3. 10 Four blue jerseys 

. CO Three white hats 

. 08 One jackknife 

.78 Two lanyards 

. 20 Six sheets 

4.20 Hammock clews 



$0.70 
8.00 
4.40 
1.50 
1.44 
1.60 
1.76 
2.43 
2.40 
2.40 

.55 
2.20 
6.40 
1.26 

.42 

.24 
3.30 

.55 



REGULATIONS GOVERNING ADMISSION TO ACADEMY. 



1(>3 



One pair bathing tmnks ^.15 

Three pairs white gloves 90 

Two clothes bags 54 

One hammock mattress 3. 00 

a One requisition book 25 

aOne pass book 25 

a Two stencils, ink. and brush . . 67 

a Wash basin and pitcher 80 

aOne pair gymnasinm slippers . 80 

♦One whisk 20 

*One coarse comb 13 

*One cake soap 10 

♦One hairbmrfi .55 



♦Stationery 

♦Twelve white handkerchiefs , 

♦One pair suspenders 

Four suits pajamas 

♦One toothbrush 

♦Thread and needles 

♦Blacking brush and blacking. 

♦Nailbrush 

Six pillowcases 

One black silk neckerchief 

Name plate 



$1.37 
2.52 
.40 
5.60 
.25 
.63 
.55 
.30 
.84 
.45 
.11 

191.53 



When moving into quarters, midshipmen will supply themselves with the 
following articles, viz: 



a Two bedspreads $2.40 

a Two iMiirs driU gloves 1.10 

aOneslopjar 90 

a Two spatter cloths 1.00 

One hair pillow 75 

One mirror 1. 00 



aOnerug $0.90 

a One hair mattress 5. 10 

a One broom 80 



13.45 



Articles marke<l a will not be taken on board the practice ship. 

The articles marked ♦, not being required to conform to a standard pattern, 
may be brought by the midshipmen from home, but all other articles must con- 
form to the regulations, and must therefore be supplied by the Ftorekt^ept^r. 

E«ach midshipman must, on admission, deposit with the iiay officer the sum 
of $60, for which he will be credited on the books of that officer, to be expended 
by direction of the Superintendent in the purchase of text-books and other 
authorized articles besides those enumerated in the preceding article. 

All deposits for clothing and tlio entrance dc^poait of $60 must be made Ih'fort^ 
a candidate can l>e received into the Academy. 

Checks for these deposits r^iust not l>e made payable to the order of the Suixr- 
intendent. They should l)e made payable to the candidate's own order and he 
presented to the pay officer of the Naval Academy at the time of deposit. 

SUMMARY OF EXPENSES. 

Deposit for clothing, etc $204.98 

Deposit for books, etc 60.00 



264.98 



The value of clothing brought from home is to be deducted from tliis amount. 

E^h midshipman will be paid, as soon as adjusted by the Treasury Depart- 
ment, the amount of his actual expenses in traveling from his home to the 
Academy. 



GENERAL REMARKS. 



1. There being no provision whatever for the payment of the traveling 
expenses of rejected candidates for admission, no candidate should fail to pro- 
vide himself in advance with the means of returning home, in case of his 
rejection before either of the examining boards, as he may otherwise be put to 
considerable inconvenience. 

2. It is suggested to all candidates for admission to the Naval Academy that, 
before leaving their places of residence for Annapolis, they should cause them- 
selves to be thoroughly examined by a competent physician, particularly regard- 
ing eyesight, hearing, and heart trouble; and by a teacher or instructor in good 
standing. A defect, such as varicocele, which is ordinarily removable by opera- 
tion, should be remedied prior to appearing at the Naval Academy for physical 
examination. By such an examination, any serious physical disqualification, or 
deficiency in mental preparation, would be revealed, and the candidate probably 
spared the expense and trouble of a useless journey, and the mortification of 
rejection. It should be understood that the informal examination herein recom- 
mended is solely for the convenience and benefit of the candidate himself, and 
can in no manner affect the decision of the Examining Boards at Annapolis. 

8. A sound body and constitution, suitable preparation, good natural capacity, 
an aptitude for study, industrious habits, perseverance, an obedient and orderly 
disposition, and a correct moral deportment, are such essential qualifications 
that candidates knowingly deficient in any of these respects should not, as many 
do, subject themselves and their friends to the chances of future mortification 
and disappointment by accepting appointments at the Naval Academy and 
entering on a career which they can not successfully pursue. 

4. The selection of candidates, by competitive examination or otherwise, for 
nomination from any congressional district, is entirely in the hands of the 
Member of Congress entitled to the appointment, and all applications for appoint- 
ment or inquiries relative to competitive examinations should be addressed to the 
Congressman representing the congressional district in which the vacancy exists. 

(164) 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION, 1906-1907. 



[Reference books are niarked*.] 



FIRST YEAR— FOURTH CLA88. 



riRST TERM. 



Departments. 



Masinb Enoinbkring and 
Naval CosCTRrcrioN. 

Mathkmatics 



Bkgurh and Law 



MODBEN LAN<a-A(JRfi 



t 



X 

•c 



Subjects. 



Text-books. 



I 

3 Mechanical dmwinK Bartlett's Mechanical DrawinK.* 

Department Marine Engineering Kotos.* 

6 Algebra Hall and Knight's Elementary Algebra. 

Hall and Knight's Higher Algebra. 
Logarithms, geometry, and Gauss's Tables of Logarithms.* 
descriptive g<'onietr>-. Chauvenet's Geometry. 

Church's Descriptive Geometry. 

4 Kngli!>>h Hill's B<-ginning8 of Rhetoric. 

(tcnung's Outlines of Rhetoric. 
Wel)Ster's Dictionary.* 
Themes. 

3 Kn-nob Marion's Elementary Course of French 

Pronunciation. 
Aldrich and Foster's Foundations of 

French. 
Berry's Le Fran^ais Pratique. 
Bercy's La Langue Fran^aise, I. 



SK.roM* TKKM. 



Marine Kn<;im:erin<j am> 
Naval (.'onstrhtio.v. 

MATHEMATirii 



Bnomsii and Law 



Modern LAN<ii'A<i»> 



:i 



M<*obanirHlilntwin); Hartlett's Mechanical Drawing.* 

Deparinient Marine Engineering Notes.* 

A l>t«'bm Hall and Knight's- Higher Algebra. 

rh-mriptivc g<Miiiic'try; trig- Church's Dewriptive Geometry. 
onoMU'try. Bowser's Trigonometry. 

(lauss's Tables of I/Ogarithms.* 
Bowditch's I'M-fuI Tables.* 

Kiitrliith (ienung'sWorking Principles of Rhetoric, 

B«H.k V. 
AblKitfs How to Write Clearly. 
AndrewH's Manual of the Constitution. 
Wel««ter's Dictionary.* 
Thenu's*. 

Krfiitb or Si>nni.'*h Bercy's Xjh I^ngue Fran^aiso, I. 

Clarion's I^ Verbe. 

I^ Petit I^arouNse Illustr^. 

Cusachs's Elementary- Course of Spanish 

Pronunciation. 
Marion and dee Garennes's Introduccion 

k la Lengua Castellana. 
Hill and Ford's Spanish Grammar. 
Appleton't New Spanish Dictionary. 



(165) 



166 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION, 1906-1907. 



SEC50ND YEAB—THIRD CLASS. 



KlRttT TKRM. 



M 



Departments. 



■c 



Marine EN<nNF.E&iifO and 
Naval Construction. 



Physics and CiiRMifTRY 



Mathematics 



English and Law 



Modern Lakguagim 



Subjectfl. 



Mechanical drawing. 



Elementary physics 



Chemistry . 



Conic sections. 
DeecriptiTe geometry. 



Text-books. 



Bureau Steam Engineering Prints and 

DrHwingB.* 
Bartlett's Mechanical Drawing.* 
Department Marine Engineering Notes.* 

DanielPs Principles of Physics. 
Stewart and Gee's Piactical Physics. 
Remsen's Introduction to the Study of 

Chemistry. 
Lecture Notes. 

Todhunter*A Conic Sections. 
Church's Descriptive Qeometry. 
Differential calculus Rice and Johnton's Differential Calculus. 



2 I United States naval history. 

I 

3 ! French or Spanish 



Maclay's History of the U. S. Navy. 
Webster's Dictionary.* 

French Plays. 
Meras's Syntaxe Pratique. 
Ybarra's Practical Method. 
Ix>iseaux's Spanish Reader. 



SECOND TERM. 



Marine Enoinkerinu ami 
Naval Constrvction. 



Physics asv Chkmistk^ 



Matiiematic 



EN(iLI81l AND Law 



MoDKUN I.ANt.l A«JK> 



2 



Mechanical drawing ' Bureau Steam Engineering Prints and 

Dmwing8. 
Deitartment Marine Engineering Notes. 
MtHlfl Work. 
! BartU'tt'K Mechaniml Drawing. 

Kli'nientary physioa .. DanifU't* I*iiiici|>l<N of Physici*. 

Stewart :(n<i (iee'f Practical Physics. 

Wat>on".H I'hysicH. 

(.'Iioniistry Heuisi-trn IntrtHliiotion to the Study of 

('benii»try. 

SttMidanl'pi Outline of Qualitative Analy- 

^i■<. 
I^ecture Notes. 

Inte^nd calculii.s Johnwui'M Int«'Knil Calculus. 

Si>heri«"al tri>fonoiii«'try.. .. (Muuivetiet's Trigonometry. 
.Stenograi»l»ic projection . Notew on I'rojectionH. 

How.litchH Iseful TabloH.* 

English literature Pajiroast'is Hepre.m-ntative English Litera- 
ture. 
Patu'on-^t's .Stanriur'i Kn^lish Pi"ose. 
TlieiiM-H. 

French or Sitani.sh . . llrrrv"?* Lectiiirs Ka<ile!s. 

French lMa>i». 

Spanifh Plays. 

(ill HIah lie SaiitillaiiH. 



COURSE OP INSTRUCTION, 190(^-1907. 



U7 



THIRD TEAR— SECOND CLASS. 



riUT TBBM. 



ChWVAMCS AND GrKXBBT 



Kaboik KnoivssmiHo axo 
Katai. OoxtrmcoTiox. j 



PSTBICS ABO CaBXIilTBY 



MlCBASnCB. 






Sabjvcts. 



I 



2 ; Boats 



Simiuanahip 



2 
3 



Infantry and artillery In- 
•truction«. 

Principles of mechanism, 
marine engines and boil- 
ers. 

Met'hanical processes . 



Text-ltookB. 



l*. S. NavY Boat Book. 
Knight's Seanumship. 

Drill Regnlationi. 



Goodeve^s lulemeBts of Mvcbaniaai. 
Bill's Naval Boilers. 
Barton's Naral EairlBM' 
Bartt>n's Mechanical ProciSiss. 



I 



Phytic* J Daniell s Principles of Physics. 

I Watson's Physics. 

! Stewart and Gee's Practical Physics. 

, Lecture Notes. 



.*> Theoretical mechanics 



JohivMin's Me(*hanicii. 



rSECOND TKRM. 



Sbahaubbip 

ObDXAHCB and GrXNRRV 



Navicatiux 



Mabink Enoi.xcerinu am> 
Naval Coxktbi«tio>. 



Mbchanics. 



PHYSJCS >Nb ClIKMISIltY 



2 Seamau»hip 

2 (tiin <IrillK and toriK'ilo**^* .. 

IniftructiunN for tarKOt pnic- 

tioe. 
Onhianco and minnery 



2 Aili\>iioniy 
Nuvi)piti)»ii 



4 MHriix' ciiKiiK'rt and l>oilen*. 



3 Applitnl iiirrhunic'ji. 



3 Ph>i»iiK .__.-.. 

Kleotricity and iiiufrnetitim 



Kiiight's M«>d«m Seamanship. 

.Ship and (iun Drill, I;M». UndinK Korce 

and Small Ann Inntruction, 19U5. 
IntttnictionH for Target Practi«*e. 

Text-tK>uk, Onlnam-e and (lunnery, ►Mil- 
ium and Hart. 

White's .\stronomy. 

Miiir'D Navigation and (\>ni|iaa« IVvia- 

tiuns. 
Nautical Almanac.* 
Bowditt'h'H Navigator.* 

Barton 'it Naval Kngines and Machinery. 
Barton'!* Me*-haniral Pro»es!»e*. 
Navy KegulatioUM. 

Cotterill and SIa«le'K Lcmhuis in .\pplied 

Mechanics. 
De|»artment Notes. 
Alger's Hydromechanics. 

Same an for first term. 
Thoni|Mon*« Electricity and Magnetism. 
Pay'H Kxcni9<«s in Wectrical Measure- 
ment*!. 
Lecture Notes. 



168 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION, 1006-1907. 



FOURTH YKAR— FIRST CLASS. 



FimST TEEM. 



Departnientn. 



Seamanship. 



Ordkancr and Gunnery 



M 

« 



i 

as 

•c 

o 

a, 



Navigation 



Marine Enuinekrinu and 
Naval Cox8tri'cti<»x. 



PHTSlCrt and ('HEMI8TRY 



Subjects. 



Text-books. 



Seamanghip and naval tac- 
tics. 



Ordnance and guunery 



Exterior liallistict) 

Elastic streni^h of gans _ . 
Torpedoes and mines 



4 I Theory and practice of nav- 
I igation. 



3 Boilers and experimental 

engineering. 
2 I Naval construction.. 



2 Physics. 



Knight's Modern Seamanship. 
Ta<-tical Signal Book. 
Department Circulars.* 
Navy Regulations.* 
Notes on Tactics. 

Text-l>ook, Ordnance and Gunnery, Fol- 

lam and Hart. 
Exterior Ballistics, Alger. 
Elastic Strength. Alger. 
Torpedoes and Mines. 

Muir's Navigation and Compass Devia- 
tions. 
Bowditch's Navigator* 
Nautical Almanac* 
.\zimuth Tables.* 

Barton's Naval Engines and Machinery. 
Bieg's Naval Boilers. 
I Navy Department Pamphlets. 
Robinson's Naval Construction. 

! Same as for last term. 

Thompson's Dynamo Electric Machinery 
I and Lecture Notes. 
I Bullani's Naval Electrician's Text and 
Hand Book. 



SEfOND TERM. 



OHDNANTK and GrNNKRY 



3 (M'llnaiuM' an<l Kunnerv 



Navk.atkin _ 



Marine KN<iiNKKuiN(i ANt> 

NaVAI, C'o.NSTRI <TI<tN. 



Piiyshh and ('hkmisthy.- 

MopKUN liANM'ANKS 

PlIYSItH.ix.Y \ND II><ilKNK 

Law ... 



NaviKution; tlie«>ry of c-oni- , 
puss dfviatiuiin. 

Surv»'.ving . . 



4 ExptTiiiifUtJil <'nj.ciii«-<'rin^_ 

EngJntM'ring nuit<'rial atxl 
iloNign. 

2 IMi>«irs ... 

I Kli'iiirtitarv ity iulvaii<»'(| 
Spani^li 



Effci-tN ')t alcohol and imr- 

coticH. 
KirHt aid to tin* injured 



Internationul and rnilitary 
law. 



Fiillani and Hart'« Text-book of Onlnanre 

ami (Jnnnery. 
Elantic Strenjrth uf Guns, Alger. 
Exterior BalliKticH, .MjctT. 
Pr<»liabilities of Hitting, 
r. S. Navy Drill KeKulations. 
Naval Institute " Prufi'rwional Not«?s." 

Miiir's Naviffation and Compass Devia- 

lioti.x. 
DiehlH I'rnctieal Prohlemn.* 
BowditelTH Xavijfator.* 
Naiitieal .\lniain*c.* 
.\/.in)Uth Tabli'!*.* -^ 

lMlel|»^■h Marinr Surveying, 

<'ar|H'nter"8 Kxperiraental Engineering. 
Smarts' Kn^ineeriiig LalMimtory Practice. 
Ma«"hlne Design. 
Department Notes. 

Same sif for lirMt term. 

Ililh and Kord'H i^panir*)) Gnimnmr. 
YbarruN Pnietical Method. 
."Spanish IMjiy>. 

.\natoni\. IMivsioloKV, and Hvgleiie, Dr. 

L. II. IleWeV. 



Snow'f* International Law. 
r. S. Nav\' Hegulations. 
I^»uolilieimer'f< Foi'Ihh of l'r<M-e<lure. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION, 1906-1907. 



107 



THIRD TEAB— S£CX)ND GLASS. 



riRRT TERM. 



Departmento. 



S&iJIAXSHIP. 



I 



OB 



O«0.VA>-CE AND Gl'NXKRY 



H&KIKB EXOJIIBKKINO AND 
XaVAL CON8TBCCTION. 



Physics and Chkmistrv 



Mmc^miA-yiici. 



Suhjects. 



Tcxt-l>ook8. 



Buat8 

Seamanship 



1 Infantry and artillerj in- 
stnictJonH. 



U. S. Navy Boat Book. 
Knif^ht'B Seamanship. 

Drill Kogulations. 



3 Principles uf mechanism, j Goodove's Klemont^l of 3lt?clianism. 
marine engines ami boil- , Biog*H Naval Boilers, 
era. 1 Barton's Naval Engines. 

2 Mechanical processes j Barton's Mechanical Processes. 

3 Physics : Daniell's Principles of Physics. 

Watson's Physics. 

Stewart and Gee's Pnirtical Physics. 

Lctrtun* Notes. 



6 Theoretical mechanics 



Johiv^on's Mechanics. 



SECOND TERM. 



8lK^«LA.Bff8HIP-. 

QKO^ATfCK AND Gl'NNRRr. 



K A >^« RATIOS 



Uarimk Enolsberinu and 
Naval CoKsracr-rioN. 



Mechanics. 



ftfYSlCS JiXD CUEM1<<TRY. 



-r- 



2 
2 



Seamanship . 

Gun drills and torpcdoes___ 

Instructions for target pnic- 

tic^. 
Ordnance and gunnery 



.Vif»lronomy 

Navigation 



4 Marine engines and boiler^. 



3 j Applied mechanics. 



Physics 

Klectricity and magnetism 



Knight's M(Mlern Seumanship. 

Ship and Gun Drill, 11*05. Landing Force 

and Small Arm Instruction, l'J05. 
Instructionn for Target Practice. 

Text-book, Orilnance and Gunnery, Ful- 
hun and Hart. 

White's Astronomy. 

.Muir's Navigation and ('oi)iptis<^ Devia- 
tions. 
Nautical Almanac* 
Bowdit«'h"8 Navigator.* 

Barton's Naval Engines and Machinery. 
Barton '> Mechanical Processes. 
Navy Uegulations. 

Cotterill an<l Sliwl<''s Lessons in Applied 

3Icchanic8. 
Department Notes. 
Alger's Hydromechanics. 

Same as for first term. 
Thompson's Electricity and Magnetism. 
Day's Kxen-ises in Electrical Measure- 
ments, 
Lecture Notes. 



170 



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169 



ASSIGNMENT OF TIMB. 



TabU $howing number of periods asiigned to classes for each Department and 

the percentage of total time allotted, 1906-2907, 



Department. 



Sftmaasbip 

OrdBABOt 

N»Ti|ttian 

Mtfioe mgineering 

JI»tb«m»tJC8 

Physic* 

Eb^lidi 

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ModereUngnagw 

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depart- 
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9 


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7.03 


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21.88 


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170 



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The members of the class graduated from the United States Naval Academy 

in 1871, desiring in a permanent way to ** Emphasize and record their loyalty 

to the GK)vemment, their affection for their Alma Mater, and their regard for 

the naval service," subscribed in 1904 a certain sum of money to be known as 

the "Class Fund of 1871, United States Naval Academy,*' which fund was 

transferred by duly authorized and executed deed of gift to trustees. This 

deed of gift is recorded in the office of the recorder of deeds, District of 

Columbia, and copies of it are filed in the offices of the Secretary of the Navy 

and of the Sux)erintendent of the Naval Academy. 

By the terms of the deed of gift the income of this fund shall be employed 
for the purchase each year of a prize to be known as the " Class of 1871 
Prize," to consist of a suitable Navy dress sword and knot, to be presented to 
"that midshipman of each graduating class of the United States Naval Acad- 
emy, who has completed the prescribed course, and who shall be considered 
by the Superintendent, the commandant of midshipmen, and the head of the 
department of ordnance and gunnery as the most proficient in practical and 
theoretical ordnance and gunnery.'* 

" This prize is to be accompanied by an appropriately engraved letter contain- 
ing the names of the donors and setting forth the purxK>se of the gift, and 
pressing the hope of the class of 1871 that the encouragement thus offered 
^yold class members, both in and out of the service, to younger ones, will 
^6rre to increase the interest already existing among the midshipmen in an 
^portant professional science and art." 
3lie *• Class of 1871 Prize " has been awarded as follows: 

1905, to Midshipman Royal Eason Ingersoll. 

1906, to Midshipman William Alexander Glassford, jr. 

(189) 



PRIZES AWARDED Dl'RING THE ACADEMIC YEAR, 1905-190H. 



Prewented by the United States Naval Academy for general ereHlenet in targei 

practice, 

Grold medal, great guns, ^dshiimian H. J. French, 
^yer medal, great gons, Midfihipman W. A. Qlaasfbrd, jr. 
Bronze medal, great gons, Midsfaipman L. F. Welch. 
€K)ld medal, small arms. Midshipman F. A. L. Voflsler. 
Sflver medal, small arms. Midshipman C. T. Osbnm. 
Bromse medal, small arms. Midshipman R. C. Qiffen. 

Presented by the Navy Athletic Association, 

A sword, for general excellence in athletics, to Midshipman Ralph CHitler 
Needham, class of 1907. 

The name of Douglas Legate Howard, class of 1900, was engraved on the 
Thompson Trophy Cup, being '* the name of the midshipman declared by the 
ezecntive committee to have done the most dnring the year for the promotion 
of athletics.*' 

The battalion flag was awarded to the first company, commanded by Midship- 
man Ralph T. Hanson, whose members scored in drills, marksmanship, sailing, 
and athletic exercises the greatest nnmber of points dnring the year. 

GK>ld medal for general excellence in g3rmnasinm awarded to Midshipman 
James T. Cruse. 

(10!) 



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UNIV. OF MICH. 

MA.I 27 1908 



ANNUAL REGISTER 
UNITED STATES 
NAVAL ACADEMY, 
ANNAPOLIS, MD. >J» 



SlXTTf-THIRD ACADEMIC 
YEAR. 1907-1908. ^ <• 




COVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 
■WASHINGTON, D. C. -^ ■* 1907. 




J 



ANNUAL REGISTER 



United States Naval Academy, 



ANNAPOLIS, MD. 



SIXTY-THIRD ACADEMIC YEAR. 
1907-1908. 



mi 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1907. 



CONTENTS. 



Historical Sketch 5 

SUPERINTKNDENTe 13 

Board op Visitobs 15 

ACADEMIC Calendar . 16 

Calendar, 1907-1908 17 

OmcERS or the United States Naval Academy 19 

Academic Board 26 

Cadet Officers 27 

Practice Cruise, SimMEB or 1907 30 

Midshipmen Performing Required Service Afloat 37 

Cusses of Midshipmen, Oct. 1, 1907, with Relative Standing of First, 

Second, and Third Classes fob Last Academic Year 46 

Midshipmen of the Fourth Class at Beginning of Academic Year, 

1907-1908 84 

Numerical Summary 91 

Appointments, Deaths, Resignations, etc 93 

Merit Rolls 99 

Reouuhons fob Admission of Candidates 141 

Course op Instruction 165 

Assignment of Time i 159 

Pkocram of Recitations 160 

Tablr of Coefficients 161 

Course of Practical Instruction 161 

^**^OGRAM OF Practical Instruction 164 

StJiMMARY OF Practical Instruction 182 

KoxrriNE Exercises, 2nd and 4th Classes, Summer of 1907 184 

^Ass 1871 Prize 185 

^aizEs, Medals, etc.. Presented, 1900-1907 187 

^i^atxrics 189 

3 



THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



The United Slates Nayal Ai'aclemy waa rounded la 1845 by the noa. Geoi^ 
Bancrort Seeretaiy of the Nary. In the Admltilstratlua of President James 
K. Polb, It was formally oifiitxl (X-tober 10 of Ihat year under the uame of tlie 
Naval Sohool, with ComuinndiT Franklin Buchanau as tiut)erlntendent. Il was 
ptai.'ed at Aunapolls. Md.. on tlie land occupied by Fort SeverTi, trhlch n'ns given 
np by the War Department for the purpose. The course was fl.ieil at flye 
yearR. of which only the tirst year and the last were eix-nt at the school, the 
Itjtervening three yc^ra being passed at sea. This arruiigemeiil was not strictly 
ndhered to, the exigencies of the service making It neceesiiry, In many cases, to 
shorten the period of study. In January. I84G, four months after the opening 
ot the school, the students consisted of thlrty-slz midshipmen of the dale of 
1S40, who were preparing for the examination for promotion; thirteen of Uie 
dale of 1841, who were to remain until drafted for service Bt sea; and seven 
acting midshipmen, ajipolnted after September of the prL>vlous year. The mid- 
shipmen oC the date of 1S40 were the first to be graduiited, lltilBhiiig their 
limited course in July, J840, and they were followed In order by the sutwequeut 
dutes until the reurgiinlEntlon of the m'liuol In 1S50. 

In September, 1S4'J, the following board was appointed to revise the plan and 
the regulations of the Naval School : 

Commander Willlaui B. Shnbrlck, 

Commander Franklin Buchanan, 

Commander Samuel F. Du Pont, 

Commander lieorge P. n[>Nhur, 

Surgeon W. S. W. Ruse hen berger. 

Professor Willinni Chauveuet. 

Captain Hniry Brewerton, United States Army. 

The plan reiHirted by the hoard was approved, ami went into operation July 1, 

1850. The neH' organljiatlon pr(ivUle<l for a course of seven yeors. the first two 

I and the last two at the school, and the three Intermediate years at sea. The 

' school was placed under the supervision of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydn«- 

] rophy, and Its name was changed to Ihe United Slates Naval Academy. The 

I eorps of professors was enlarged, the course was extended, and the system of 

HVarate departments with exe<-utlve heads was fully adopted. It was providinl 

that a Board of Visitors should make nn annual inspection of the Academy and 

report upon its condition to the Se<Tetary of the Navy. A suitable vessel was 

attached to the Academy as a practice ship, and the annual practice cruises were 

After the system had been In operation a year new changes were proposed, 
and the recommendations of the acodemic board on the wubject were referred 
to the board of examiners for the year ISSl, comiKised of the followlug-nomei] 
officers: 

Commodore Dnvld Conner, 

Captain Sanuicl L. Broese, 

Commander C. K. Strlbllns, 

Commander A. Blgelow. 

Commander Franklin But'luinaa, 

Lieutenant Thomas T. Craven, 



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H HSXOBIOAI. SKETOO. 

The change recommended by the board of examiners, and adopted by the 
Department, coQststed mainly In leading out the requirement of three years of 
eea service In the middle of the course, thua making the (oar years of stody 
consecutive. Tbe practice cruise supplied the place of the omitted sen serrlce 
aad gave better opportunities for training. Tbe change went into operatlan 
In Novenilier, 1851, together with other Improvements reenmmended by the 
board. This system has been continued, with some slight modlflcatlons. to the 
present time. The first class to receive the benefit of It was that which entered 
In 1851. Six memberB of this class completed the course In three yeara and 
were gradonted In June, ISTA; tbe rest of the class followed In 1855. 

In May. 1S61, on the outbreak of the war, the Academy was moved to New- 
port, R. I. The three uppor cIrsegh were detached and ordered to sea, and the 
remaining acting midshipmen were quartered In the Atlantic House and on 
board the frigates ConttltuHon and Sanlee. In the summer of 1865 tbe Acad- 
emy was brought back to Annapniis, where It has since remained. 

When the Bureau of Navigation was established, July D, ]S(i2. the Academy 
was placed under Its su pert' Is ion ; March 1, iSfiT, It was placed under the direct 
care and supervision of the Navy Department, the administrative routine and 
financial management being still conducted through tbe Bureau. On the 11th 
of March, 18G!I, this oScIal connectioD with the Bureau ceased, but was renewed 
by the general order of the Navy Department iasued June 25, 1889. 

The term of the academic course was changed by law. March 3. IS73. from 
four to six years. The change took effect with the class that entered in the fol- 
lowing summer. 

In J8C6 a class of acting third assistant engineers was ordered to the .\cndemy 
for Instruction. The course embraced the subjects of steam englncrriug, niech- 
anlsm, chemistry, mechanics, and practical exercises with the steam engine and 
in the machine shop. This class was graduated bi June, 1SC8. together with two 
cadet engiiieera who had entered the Academy in ISfi". After an interval of 
four years. In October, 1871. a new class of cadet engineers was aOiiiitted. This 
class followed a two years" course, aitmewbat more extended than that of the 
class of 18G8. and was graduated in 1873. In 1872 and 18T3 new classes were 
admitted, the first of which left the Academy In 18T4 and the second In 181^. 
By an act of Congress approved February 24, 1874. the course of Instruction for 
cadet engineers was made four years instead of two ; tbe new provision was first 
applied to the class entering the Academy in the year 1874. This class was 
graduated In June, 1878. 

By an act of Congress approved August 5. 1882, It was provided Ihat fron» 
that date "there shall be no appointments of cadet-mldsLipmen or cadet-engi- 
neers at the Naval .Academy, but 'In lieu thereof naval ciideta shall b© appointed 
from each Congressional distrlrt and at large, as now provided by law for cadet- 
mldshlpmen, and all the nndergrad nates at tbe Naval Academy shall hereafter 
be designated and called " naval cadets ;' and from those who successfully complete 
the six year's course, appolutments shall hereafter be made as It Is neceBsnry to 
fill vacancies In the lower grades of the Line and Knglnoer Corps of the Nary 
and or the Marine Corps: And provided further. That no greater number of 
appointments Into these grades shall be made each year than shall equal tbe 
number of vacancies which has occurred In the same grades during the precrf- 
ing year; such appointments to be made from the graduates of the year, at the 
conclusion of their six years' course. In the order of merit as determined by 
the Academic Board of the Naval Academy ; the assignment to the various oiriis 
to be made by the Secretary of the Navy upon the recommendation of the .^i^- 
demlc Board. But nolhiog herein contained shall reduce the number of appiiim* 
ments from such graduates below ten la each year, nor deprive of such appolni- 



HISTOBICAL SKETCH. 

nwnt any grarliinte who mny complete the 8ls years' cnriw during the Tear 
eiebteen bundred and eighty-two. And If there be a BurpliiN uf tfrnduateB. tboSB 
who do not recelTe sneh appointment shall be given a cortiflcnfo o( graduatlou,- 
an honorable discbarge. and one year's sea pny. as now provided by law tot 
cadet-niidsblpmen; and SO much of seHlnn flfteen hnndrei! and twenty-one ot 
the Hevleed Statutes as Is Inconsistent herewith !s hereby rcppnled." 

" That any cadet whose position In his class entitles hlin to be retained In the 
servicv may, upon h!» own application, be honiirably discharged at the end of 
the four years' course at the Naval Academy, with a proper certificate of 
graduation." 

In 38SG a special course of Instruction In physiology and hygiene wbb estab' 
ilshed, in accordance with an act of Congress fipproved May 21) of that year. 

The act of Congress approved March 2, 1880, provides that "the Academic 
Bonrd of the Naxal Academy shall on or before the thirtieth dny of September 
In each year separate the first class of naval cadets then conmu'iiHiig their fourth 
year into two divisions, as they may have shown special ai)titude for the duties 
of the respective corps. In the proportion which the aggrecate number Of vacan- 
cies occurring In tbe preceding fiscal year ending on the thirtieth day of June In 
the lowest grades of commissioned officers of the Line of the Navy and Marine 
Corps of the Navy shall bear to tbe nnniber of Taeanclea to be supplied from the 
Academy occurring during the same period In tbe lowest grade of commissioned 
otBcers of the Engineer Corps of the Navy ; and the cadets so assigned to the Line 
and Marine Corps division of the first clnss shall thereafter pursue a course of 
study arranged to fit them for service in the Line of the Navy, and the cedets 
so assigned to tbe Engineer Corps division of the first class shall thereafter pur- 
ine a separate course of stiidy arranged to fit them Cor servi-p In the Engineer 
Corps of the Navy, and the cadets shnll thereafter, and until final gradnnllon 
nt tUe end of their six years" course, take »aiik by merit with those In the same 
ilKislon, according to the merit marks : and from tbe final graduates of the Line 
;iiid Marine Corps division, at the end of their sli years' course, appointments 
alinll be made hereafter as it shall be necessary to fill vacancies In tbe lowest 
jtndes of commissioned officers of the Line of the Navy and Marine Corps : and 
the viicancles In tbe lowest grades of the commissioned officers of the Encineer 
Corps of the Navy shall be filled In like manner by appoinluicnts from the final 
(mduBles of the Engineer division at Ihe end of their six .years' course; Pro- 
vided. That no greater number of aproinlments Into the said lowest grades of 
TODunissloned officers shall be made each year than shall equal the number of ya- 
canrlaf which aball have occurred In the same grades dnring tbe fiscal year then 
rurreat; such appointments to he made from the final graduates ot the year, in 
tbe order of merit as detenjilned by Ihe Acodemic Board of the Naval Academy. 
tbe asslgument to be made by the Secretary of the Navy upon the recommenda- 
Ilnn (if tlie Academic Board at the conclusion of the fiscal year then current ; but 
riipililrn; contained herein or In the naval appropriation act of Auguat fifth, 
fighti^n hundred and elghtv two, shall reduce the number of npiMilntmeuta of 
liaiii graduates at the end of their six years' course below twelve in each year 
'0 tlie Liae of the Navy, and not less than two shall be appointed annually to 
'he EiiKlneer Corps of the Navy, nor less than one annually to the Marine 
Corjii and If the number of tacaodes In the lowest grades afnresald, occurring 
'n any year shall he greater than the number of final graduates of that year, the 
snrplns lacancles shall l>e filled from the final graduates of following years, as 
they shall become available." 

"That after the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and elghty-ninc. the 
minimum age of admission of cadets to the Academy shall be fifteen years and 
tbe mnxhuuin age twenty years." 



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HtBTOBtOAI. BKETCB. . 

In October, 1897. « poatgradunte course in naval architecture, for the edu- 
cation at oHlcefs for ILe CouHtruitloa CorjiM of the Navj. wne establlsbed; and 
s class was forined froui ttie oaval cadets tbat bad Siitelied ibe tour gears' course 
In tbat year. 

act of OongreRS, approved March 3. 1899. '" the officers constituting the 
Engineers Cor|ia of the Navy " were " trunsferred to the Line of the Navy," 
thereby repealing »o much of the ni't of CuiiKresR. approved March 2. 1889. as 
relates to the separation of naval cadets of tbe flrat class Into Line and Engineer 
divisions. 

This same act having limited the number of Constructors In tbe Navy to 
forty, the poRtgraduate c^iurHe In nnral archlterture was dlscontiuued. 
By an net of I'linKrese approved June 7, WnO, It was provided that — 
'■ Whenever any naval cadet shall have finished four years of bis uniler- 
graduale course of sU years tlie suocei^illiig appolntriient may be made from 
hia Congressional district or at large in accordance with tbe existing law." 
By an act of Congress approved Jnly 1, 1!»02, It was provided that — 
" The title ' naval cadet ' is hereby changed to ' midshipman.' 
" Tbat until tbe year nineteen hundred and fourteen, in addition to llie naval 
cadets now authorized by taw (the title having been changed by this act to 
mldHhlpmen), the President shall appoint five mldsbipnien, and there sliall be 
appointed from tbe States at large, upon tbe recommendnllon of Senators, two 
mldsblpuien for each Rtate." 
By un act of Congress approved March 3, 1003, It was provided tbat — 
"TJiere shall be allowed at the Naval Academy two mldsbtpmen for each 
Senator, Hepresentatlve. and Lleleente In Congress, two for the District of 
Columbia, and five each year at large: Froviiled. Tbat the additional Congrea- 
tlonal appolnlments iiutborlxed hy Ibis Act sball be made at such times as may 
be determinetl liy the Secretary of tl»e Navy, who shall equitably distrlbule the 
Increase among the several Stales. Districts, and Territories, so that ullinmtWy. 
If practicable, each Reiintor. Kejirefentatlvc. and Delegate may recommend for 
HplKilntment during each Congress one midshipman. Protiiled further. Tbat 
memliers of tbe Flfty-Heventb CongresB who will not be menibers of the Fifty- 
eighth Congress, and in whose Districts or States appointments have not been 
made or vacancies filled In the Flfty-serenth Congress, may immediately upon 
tbe passage of this Act make the additional appointments herein provided for, 

" The Secretary of the Navy shall na soon as practicable after the fifth day of 
March in each year notify In writing each Senator. Representative, and Delegate 
in Congress of any vacancy which may t)e nsjarded as eiisting in the State, 
District, or Territory which be retiresents. and tbe nomination of a candidate 
to fill such viicancy sball be made upon the re<'ominendution of the Senator. 
Representative, or Delegate. Such recom mend nt Ions sball be made by the first 
day of June of that year, and >f not so made tbe Secretary of the Nary shall Qll 
the vacancy by the appointment of an actual resident of the State, District, or 
Territory In wbU-h tbe vacancy exists, who shall have been for at least two 
yearn immediately preceding his appointment an actual bona fide resident of the 
State, District, or Territory In which the vacancy exists and shall bare tbe 
guallflcntions otherwise prescribed by law: And prodded further. That the 
8u|)erintendent of tbe Naval Academy shall make snch rules, to be approved by 
tbe Secretary of the Navy, as will etTectnally prevent the practice of hosing; 

Land any cadet found guilty of purtlclpiitlng in or encouraging or eountenanchig 
such practice sball be summarily expelled from tbe Academy, and shall not 
thereafter be reap|iolnted to tbe Corps of Cadets or be eligible for appointment 
SB a i\)mmiBaloned offlcer In the Army or Navy or Marine Corpa until two / 
Kfter the graduation of the class of wbicb he was a member. 




" That the provlalor 



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HISTORICAL aiCETCff. 



9 of this Art for the Incroiise of sppolntiiients o( 
Acfulemy simll tvinllnue iii forii! until the thIrtlDtb day 

t JuDp. nineteen hundred nod ililrtecti : atid therpiifter one mldsblpninn. ns 
V provided by law. Bholl he appointed for each Seimtor, RepreHeiilntlre, and 
, Delegate In Congress. 

" Tbat hereafter there sliatl be at the Maval A(^adeiny one mldatilpman from 
Porto Itlco, who sball be a native of luiM Island, and whose appointment shall 
bo made hy tlie Presldpnt on the refimiiiieiiiliitlon of the goveiiior of I'orto Itlco. 

"That after January first, nineteen hundred and four, all cnndidnies for 
adnilnsioi) to Ibe Naval Academy at the time of tbelr eiamimitlon must be 
between the agea of sixteen and twenty years," 

An ad of Congress, approved April 9. 190<i, reads as follows : 

"An Act Granting authority to the Secretary of the Navy, In his diacret 
to dlsmim midshipmen froni the United Slates Naval Academy and regulal 
the procedure and punlahiueut In trials for hazing at the suld academy 

"Be U enacted b^ the Senate ond Uouse of Rcpresntlatifet of llie Vnlted 

ales 0/ Amrrtca in Congreig ttgentbltd. That It shall be the duty of the Sufier- 
■ bitendent of the United States Naval Academy, whenever he shall believe the 
^ nnllnued iiresence of any mldsblpmau at the aald aeadeuiy U> be contrary to 
the beat luterests of the service, to report In writing such fact, with a full state- 
uieut of the facts upon which are liased his reasons for such belief, to the Secre- 
tiiry of the Kavy. who. IT after due consideration of the said re|iort he shall 
deeiu Ibe xuperlniL-ndent's said belief rensonahle and well founded, shall cause 
a copy of the said report to be served upon the said midshipman and require the 
uid midshipman to show cause, in writing and within sucb time as the said 
Secretary shall deem reasonable, why he should not be dismissed from the said 
Bnidetny : and after due conslderntlun of any cause so ahuwu the suld Secretary 
may. In his discretion, but with the written approval of tlie President, dismiss 
aoch nildshipumn from the said acndeiuy. And the truth of any liisue of fact so 
raised, except upon the record of demerit, shall be detenniiieil hy a iKiard Of 
iraguiry couveued hy the Secretary of the Navy under tlie rules and reKulutions 
for the govemuient of the Navy. 

"Sec. 2. That so much of the Acts approved ,Tunc twenty-third, eltchteeu 
bundred and seventy-four, and March third, nineteen hundred and three, as 
requires the Superintendent of the tTnitcd Stnten Naval Academy to convene n 
court-martial In all cast's when It shall i-ome to the knowledge of the said au[)er- 
Inteodent that any midshipman has hecn guilty of tlie offense commonly known 
as 'hazing,' and declares the Qndlug of a cOurt-martlal so convened, when 
approved by the said superintendent, final, and directs that any midshipman 
found guilty by such court-martial shall be summarily dismissed from the said 

ilcademy. and also ail other Acts or purta of Acts Inconsistent with the present 
4ft are hereby repealed, and that the offense known aa ' hazing ' may hereafter 
H proceeded against, dealt with, and punished as offenses against good order 
Ud discipline and for violation and breaches of the ndes of said academy. But 
^ midshipman ahall I>e disnjlssed for a single act of baaing except uuder the 
IRivlsIona of section three of this Act 
"Src. 3. That the Superintendent of tlie United States Naval Academy may. 
tn his discretion and with the approval of the Secretary of the Navy, cause any 
oildNlilpntan in the said academy to l>e tried by conrl-martlal for the offense of 
hailug. a^ provided by the Act approved June twenty-third, eighteen hundred 
UHl Hevpntj'*rour. and sucb court-martial, u|>on conviction, may sentence such 
[ BldsliipruuQ to any puulshmeut authorized by the suld Act or by the Act 



!tl<tt|^H 




^^i 



lU HI8T0KICAL SKBTOa. 

approved Starch Uiird. nineteen taundrnl and three, or nutliorlzed for any Tlola- 
tlon or breach of tbe rules of tbe snid af^ademj^ by the anid rules, or. In cases of 
brutal or cruel hiizlng may, In addition to [UseuIskh], sentence such ntdshlpmati 
to Imprisonment for a period not esceedlng one year : Provided. That such mid- 
Bblpman shall not be confined in a utllltury or naval prison or elsewhere with 
men who hace been convicted of crimes or misdemeanors: and such finding and 
sentence shall be subject to review by the convening authority and by the Sec- 
retary of the Nnv.v. as in tbe cases of other courts-martial. 

" Skc. 4. That the offense of ' hazing," as mentioned In this Act, shall consist 
of any unautborleed assumptlou of authority by one midshipman over auotfaer 
nildshipnmn whereby tbe InBt-meutloned midshipman shall or may miffer or be 
ex|K)Ned to Buffer any cruelty. Indignity, humiliation, hardship, or opprt-sslon, or 
the deprivation or nbridgment of any right, privilege, or advantnge to whicli he 
shall be legally entitled. 

" Sec. B, That it shall be the duty of every prnfessor, assistant professor, 
neademie officer, or any cadet ofUcer or cadet pelty ofHcer. or Insinictor, as ivell 
as every other officer stationed at the United States Naval Acndemy. to promptly 
report to the superintendent thereof any fact which comes to his attention tend- 
ing to Indicate any violation by a miilshipmau or midshipmen of any or the pro- 
visions of this act or any violation of the regulations of the said acndemy. Any 
navnl ofUcer attached to the academy who shall fail to malie such report as pro- 
vided in this section shall be tried by court^ninrtial for neglect of duty, and if 
convicted he shall be dlsnilsiaed from the service. Any civilian Instructor 
attached to the iii-ndeiny who shall fail to make such report as provided in this 
section sbnii bo dismissed by tbe superintendent of the acndemy upon the 
approval of llie Swretary of tiie Navj-. 

" SBC. 6. That this act shnli take effect from the date of Its approval, but no 
midshipman now connected with the United States NhvuI Academy shall, by 
reason of Its enactment, be punished for any offense heretofore cnmmitted other- 
wise than in pursuance of the sentence of a court-martial (if, by existing law, 
such sentence would be now necessary for such punishment) or punished more 
severely than Is now by law allowed for nny offense heretofore committed: Pro- 
viilcd. That any midshipman now in said Naval Academy may waive bis rlsht 
to trial by court-marlial uuder existing law for nny offense of hazing heretofore 
committed and may accept punishment under the provisions of section two of 
this act" 

By an act of Congress approved June 29. lOOB, It was provided that-— 

" riereafter the Secretary of tlie Navy sholl, as soon as possible after ttie flrst 
day of Jime of each year preceding tbe graduation of midshipmen In the soc- 
iTeeding year, notify in writing each Senator, Kepresentatlre, and Delegate In 
Congress of any vacancy that will exist at tbe Naval Acndemy because of sorb 
graduation, or that may occur for other reasons and which be shall t>e entitled 
to Oil by nomination of a caudldate and one or more alternates therefor. Tbe 
nomination of a candidate and alternate or alternates to fill said vacancy shall 
be made upon the recommendation of tbe Senator, Bepresentstive. or Delegate, 
if such recommendation Is made by the fourth day of March of the year follow- 
in that in which said notice In writing Is given, but If It Is not made by that 
lime the Secretary of the Navy shall flil the vacancy by appointment of an actnql 
resident of tbe Stale. Congressional district, or Territory, as tbe case may be. In 
which the vacancy will exist, wbo shnll have been for at least two years imme- 
diately preceding the date of bis appointment an notnai and bona flde resident 
of the State, Congressional district, or Territory in which the vacancy will ezJlt< m 




HI8T0BI0AL BKBTOH. 11 

and of legal qnallflcation under the law as now proylded. In cases where by 
reason of a yacancy in the membership of the Senate or House of Representa- 
tiyes, or by the death or declination of a candidate for admission to the academy 
there occurs or is about to occur at the academy a yacancy from any State, 
district, or Territory that can not be filled by nomination as herein proylded, 
the same may be filled as soon thereafter and before the final entrance examina- 
tion for the year as the Secretary of the Nayy may determine. The candidates 
allowed for the District of Columbia and all candidates appointed at large, 
together with alternates therefor, shall be selected by the President within the 
period herein prescribed for nomination of other candidates : Provided, That the 
President may select a candidate fbr the District of Columbia for the year nine- 
te^i hundred and eight 

**No person shall be admitted for instruction at the Nayal Academy at An- 
napolis from any foreign country except upon authority of law hereafter 
enacted." 



SUPERINTENDENTS 

or THK 

UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY, 



AMumed command. 
Commander FrimkUn Bnchanan Sept 3, 1845 

Commander George P. Upshur Mar. 15, 1847 

Commander Ck>meliii8 K. Stribling July 1,1860 

Commander Louis M. €k>ldsborough Not. 1, 1853 

Captain George S. Blake S^tl5,1867 

Uear-Admiral Dayld D. Porter _-»Sept 9,1865 

Commodore John L. Worden Dec 1,1889 

Bear-Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers Sept 22, 1874 

Commodore Foxhall A. Parker July 1,1878 

Rear-Admiral George B. Balch Aug. 2,1879 

Uear-Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers June 18, 1881 

captain F. M. Ramsay Nov. 14,1881 

Commander W. T. Sampson Sept 9,1886 

Captain R. L. Phythian June 13, 1890 

Captain P. H. Cooper Nov. 15,1894 

Jlear-Admlral F. V. McNair July 15,1898 

Commander Richard Wainwright Mar. 15, 1900 

Oaptaln Willard H. Brownson Nov. 6, 1902 

Kear-Admlral James H. Sandn July 1,1905 

Oaptaln Charles J. Badger — July 16,1907 

13 



BOARD OF VISITORS. 



ANNUAL EXAMINATION, 1907. 



SENATOKS. 



Honorable J. H. Gallliiger, of New Hampshire^ 
♦Honorable T. S. Martin, of Virginia. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Honorable L. P. Padgett, of Tenne8.*;ee. 
Honorable E. H. Hinshaw, of Nebraska. 
♦Honorable A. F. Dawson, of Iowa. 

APPOINTED BY THE PRESIDENT. 

Honorable John J. Ilealy, Chicago, 111. 

Mr. Henry M. Hall, Ellsworth, Me. 

Mr. Herbert L. Satterlee, New York, N. Y. 

♦Honorable F. W. Henshaw, San Franciseo, Cal 

Mr. David S. Barry, Washington. D. C. 

Mr. Wni. O. Jones, Lincoln, Nebr. 

♦Honorable Geo. M. Sharp, Baltimore, Md. 



PRESlDKXT—llolloniblo .T. H. (iAI.M.N(;EK. 

Secbetaby — Lieutenant-Comniandor K. L. Be.icli, U. S. Navy. 



COMMITTEES. 

1. BuUdiiHjft, Grounds, /nii>rornnrnts, JAhrary, Finance. — Mr. Wni. Owen 
Jones, Mr. H. M. Hall. Honorable J. H. Gallinger. 

2. Administration, h'ulcs and liCffHlations. Disriidinc, Drill, Police, and Ath- 
letics. — Honorable L. V. Padgett, Iloiioitiblo K. II. Hinshaw, Mr. David S. Barry. 

3. Admission and Disehanfc, Standard of Scholarship, Officers and Officials, 
Practice Cruise. — Mr. llcrbrrt Tj. Satterlee. Mr. J. J. Healy, .Mr. David S. Barry. 

4. Mess Arrtinffrnicnts, Coimnissar)/, and Hyyienc. — Honorable E. H. Hinshaw, 
Mr. J. J. Healv. Mr. Herbert L. Satterlee. 



• Not present. 
14410—08 2 ^15 



ACADEMIC CALENDAR. 
1907-1908. 



1907. 
October 1.— Beginning of first term __ Tuestlay. 

1908. 

J^nnaty 27-Febniaiy 1. — gemlannual examlnntloDB Mondti^-SalanlnT. 

Febmaiy 1. — End of first term Saturday. 

April 21. — Examloatioa of candidates Tuesday. 

Hay 25-May 80, — Annual eiainlniitlons Monday- Saturday. 

May 31. — End ot academic year i;X)T-]008 Sunday. 

June l-Juoe ft — Oraduatlou week Mondaj-Satwrdnj. 

Jnne 8. — Begtunlog of Bummer term Monday. 

Jane 16. — Examination of candldatea Tnesday. 

September 30. — Bud of summer term Wednesday. 

October 1. — Beginning of academic year l908-t90& Tbureday. 

Ttae academic montbs end on tbe following days: 

October Nov. 2 i February Feb.29 

November Nov. 30 Marcb Mar. 28 

December Deo. 28 April Apr. 25 

January — ...Jan. 25 | May May23 



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OFFICERS, PROFESSORS, INSTRUCTORS, ETC.- 



ATTACHED TO THE 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 

1907-190»« 



ACADEMIC STAFF. 

SuperintetKtent, 
CAPTAIN CHARLES J. BADGKR. U. S. Navt. 

Assistant to Superintendent, in Charge Building and Grounds^ 
Pbofessob O. G. EtoDGE, U. S. Navy. 

Aid to Superintendent and Secretary Academic Board, 
Lieute:«ant L. R. Sabgent, U. S. Navy. 

Secretary, 
P. H. Magrudeb. 

Commandant of Midshipmen and Head of D^/mrttnent of Discipline, 
COMMANDER W. S. BENSON, U. S. Navy. 

Assistants, 6. 

Commander T. G. Dewey. II. S. Navy (retired), 
Lieutenant-Commander E. L. Beach, U. S. Naxt, 
LiEi'TEN A NT-Commander J. IL Dayton, IT. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant-Commander D. E. Dismukes, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant-Commander N. E. Irwin. U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant Arthur MacArthur, Jr., U. S. Navy. 

seamanship. 

Head of Department, 
Lieutenant-Commander C. B. Brittain, U. S. Navy, 

Instriirtors, 6. 

, Lieutenant-Commander II. <i. Gate.s, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant-Commander II. J. Ziecjkmkikr, V. S. Navy 
Lieutenant-Commander Yates Stirling, .Ik., U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant W. J. Manion, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant J. D. Wainwrioht. U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant R. S. Keyes. U. S. Navy. 
•Chief Boatswain P. J. Kane. U. S. Navy. 

^ Additioual in Departiueot. 

10 



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20 ^ 0FFI0EB8, PB07ES80B8, AHD IKSTBUOTOBa. 

■ 

€aKDHA.V€m amd GnmnoiT. 

Head of Departmewi, 

OOMMANDBB J. A. HOOOBWERFF, U. & NatT. 

LlEDTBllAIfT-G01IlIJk.NDBB H. K. HllfKB, U. S. NaTT, 
LlEUTBNANT-Ck)lIlIAN]«B M, B. TbBNCH, U. S. NaYT, 
LXKUTKNAITT F.. B. RiDOKLT, U. S. NAVT, 
LlEUTBNANT HiLABT WILLIAII8, U. S. NaVT, 

LmnxNANT W. M. Huirr, U. S. Navy. 
Lteutenazvt Paul Fouet, U. S. Navt, 
laxoTZVANT B. J. KiifG, U. S. Navy, 
LnxTTSNANT A. P. Faibfikld, U. 8. Navt, 
Lieutenant W. N. Vkrnou, U. S. Navy, 

* GuNNSB J. P. Dempsey, U. S. Navy, 

* SWOBD BCaSTEB a. J. COBBESIEB, 

^AssiSTAirT SwoBD Master J. B. Retz, 

* Assistant Swobo Master Geoboe Heintz, 

* Assistant Sword Master George Heintz, Jr. 

navigation. 

Head of Departmewtt 

CX)MMANDER W. a P. MUIR, U. S. Navy (retired)* 

Instructors, 10. « 

LIEUTENANT-COIIIIANDER W. V. PrATT, U. 8. NaVY« 

Lieutenant-Commander J. F. Hines, U. S. Navy, 
LIEUTENANT W. H. Faust, U. S. Navy, (retired) » 
Lieutenant W. C. Assebson, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant G. S. Kempff, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant Y. S. Williams, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant S. W. Bryant, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant H. C. Cocke, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant M. G. Cook, U. S. N'avy, 
Lieutenant B. B. Wyoant, U. S. Navy. 

MARINE engineering AND NAVAL CONSTRUCTION. 

Head of Department, 

COMMANDER F. W. BAUTLBTT, U. S. Navy. 

Instructors, 16. 

Lieutenant-Commander U. T. Holmes, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant-Commander J. P. J. Ryan, U. S. Nan-y, 
Lieutenant-Commander R. C. Moody, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant-Commander L. F. James, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant F. D. Karns. U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant O. G. Murfin, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant A. T. Graham, U. S. Navy, 
Lieutenant F. L. Pinney, U^S. Navy, 

* Additional in Department 



OFFIOBBS, PBOFESSOBB, ANlf nrSTBirOTOBS. 
lUBIME IITGINEXBIXO AMD KATAL OORSTBUOITOR — "OntllHWll 

LiEUTTNANT A. E. Watbok. U. 8. Natt, 

LmnxRAHTiW. T. Buckxb, IJ. S. NatTi 

LnciXNAifT W. 8. Pye, U. 8. Naty, 

Iiudtxnaht O. W. Fowleb, V. 8. Navt, 

LmrtBRART J. P. GuEH, U. B. Navt, 

LmmnANT O. H. Oakixy, U. 8. Natt, 

LiBDTBHANT p. 8. Whittci*, D. S. NAvr, 

PnoruisoB T. W. Juhnbok, A. B.. M. B. 
*Wabbant Hachinist J. E. Ouabt, D. 8. Natt, 
* Wabkaht Machinist But SiirtH, 17. 8. Natz. 

UATHEUATIOB AlfS HKCHAIflOI. 

Head of Department, 

PBOFB880S or UATHBMATICS S. J. BUOWN, V. S. Nati; 

Inttmctora, 18. 

PxoFESBOR or Matheuatics H. M. Paul, U. 8. Natt, 
PBonesoB OF Matheuatics H. El StciTH. 0. 8. NAtrr, 
PBorEseoB OF Mathematics D. M. Qabbisor, D. S. Natt, 
Lieutenant C. T. Owens. U. S. Navt, 

PBOFE9SOB OF MATHEUATICS W. S. HABSHUAIf, U. 8. NATT, 

Lieutenant A. W. Johnson, U. 8. Naty, 
Pbofessob of Mathematics H. L. Rice, U. 8. Navt, 
Professob W, W. Johnson, A. B., A. M., 
Pbofessob Anoelo Hall, A. B., S. T. B., 

Instkuctob W. F. C, Hasson. 

iNBTBtKH'OB E. I. YOWELL, M. S.. C. B„ 

Instructob Paul Capbon, A. B., A. M, 
Instbuctor W. J. Kino, A. B., A. M. 



Uf-ad of Dcparlmciit. 

PROFIO.'^.'iOT! N. M. TEURY, A. M., Pb. D. 

Inglractors, 10. 

TENANT-COMMANDEB E, T. PoLLOCK, U. S. NATT, 

tknant-Commandeb H. H. Christy, U. S, Navt, 
ienant-Commanuee C. F. Preston, U. S. Nayt, 

TENANT-COMMANDEB J. M. IlEEVES, U. S. NAVT, 

TENANT Amon Bhonson, Jr., U. 8. Navy, 

TKNANT W. D. r.EAlIY. U. S. NaTT, 
TENANT B. C. Al.LEN. U. S. NAVV, 

lENANT W. ISrcuvs. Jr., U. 8. Navy, 

TENANT i:. v. FiNNEl', U. S. NAVY. 

ESsoB iir Matiikmatics p. J. l)ASiiiELi„ U. 8. Natt. 



■AdditLonal Id Depurlment. 



22 07FICEB8, FR0FE8S0B8, AND INSTBUCTOBS. 

KUECIBIOAL BNGINKEBIlfa. 

Head of Department, 
LIBUTBNANT-GOMMANDER W. H. O. BULLARD, U. S. Navt. 

Ifutrudare, 9, 

LlBUTENANl>GOMMANDEB B. T. PoUiOCK, U. S. NAVT, 
*LlEUTENANT-€k>MMANDEB H. H. CIIBI8TY, U. S. NaVY, 
LiKUTENANT-COlfM ANDES 0. F. PaESTON, U. S. NaVY, 
TiIEUTENANT-Ck)MlIANDEB J. M. RSEVES, U. S. NaVY, 

^Lieutenant Amon Bbonson, Jr.', U. S. Navy, 

Lieutenant W. D. Leahy, U. S. Navy, 
^Lieutenant B. 0. Allen, U. S. Navy, 

Lieutenant W. Bbown, Jr., U. S. Navy, 
•Lieutenant E. P. Finney, TT. S. Navy, 

ENGLISH. 

Head of Department, 

GOMMANDEU G. R. CLA^K, U. S. Navt. 

Instructors, 9. 

••Pbofessob a. N. Brown, 
pROFEssoB W. O. Stevens, A. B., Ph. D., 
Instructor <». P. Colemax, A. B., A. M., LI-*. B., 
Instructor C. S. Alden, A. B., A. M., Ph. I)., 
Instructor XL J. Ii^nton, A. B., A. M., LL. B., 
Instructor C. M. Hathaway, Jr.. A. B., A. M., Ph. D., 
Instructor H. C. Washburn, A. B., 
Instructor L. O. Berqh, A. B., 
IxsTRiCTOft Aldex Brooks, A. B., 
Instructor W. B. Norris, A. B. 

MODERX I.AX(}UAr,RS. 

Head of Department, 

LIEUTKXANT-COMiMAN'DKU II. F. BKYAX, U. S. N.WT. 

luHtruetors, 10, 

Professor IIexri Marion, A. M.. 
PaorassoR O. V. Cusachs, A. B., R. S.. 
I'rokkssor p. J: des Garennes, A. B.. A. M., 
Professor P. E. Voinot, B. S.. 
Instructor Gaston Costet. 
IxsTRucTOR F. W. Morrison, A. B., A. M., 
Instructor Abturo FkrnAndez, 
Instructor J. A. Ray, A. B., A. M., 
Instructor W. E. Olivet, 

« 

I nstructor. ( Vacancy. ) 



* Detailed for additional duty in tliis departuiout. 
•• Detailwl for duty as Librarian. 



OFFtCERS, PB07ESS0BS, AND IKBTBUCTORS. 

raTSIOIACV. HTQIBKE, AND PHXBICAL TRAiNINfi. 

In vharge of Special iHftructUm, 
SURGEON F. C. COOK, U. B. Na»T. 
Inttntclort, f . 
Boxino Mabteb, Hattuew Stbohm, 

iNSTBUCrOB IK I'lIYBICAL TsAINtHO. OTTO STEPrtH, 

iNSraUCTOR IN Phyhical Trainiko. L, H. Mako. 
Abbibtant Inbtbuctuu in Qymnahticb, John Sciiut& 



OFFICERS NOT ATTACHRD TO ACADEMIC STAFF. 



UANDDt W. F. WOKTBiwQTOM, V. S. Navv, jfi Charge Enperfment Statbm, 
BEON A. M. D. McCOBUicK. U. S. Navr, Senfor iledical OlfUxr. 

SED ABSIBTANT SOBOEOK B. M. BlJlCKWEIi, D. 8. Naty. 

.1 Inspector T, J. Cowit D. 3. Navy. Pay Officer and General aiorekecpvr. 
iTUASTEB R. H. Woods, U. S. Navy, if jdi/iiplhcn'a Sltiiekerper and QommU- 

Ohaplaih H. H. Ci^bk, U. S, Navy. 

Dentist Richabo Gbaoy, M. D., D. D. S. 

BoATSWAis L. M. Melcher. U. S. Navy (retired), Special Duty under General 

BlurelcccpFr, 
Chief Gunneb Robebt Souuebs, U. 8, Navy (i-etlred), Member Boari of Intpec- 

Uon. 
Phabmactst J. T. OCBai:xii, D. S. Navy. 
Mate R. J. Ke-atiso, U. S. Navy (Duty, Bancroft Hall). 
PayClebk J. A. Kkllt, Clerk to Oommiwart/. 
Pay Clerk Ani>bew GAcrNEY, Cterfc lo Pay Officer. 
Pat Clebk Habby Peicb, CterJI; to Mi4ahipmcn't Stot-ekceper. 



V. 8. S. Harlf'ird. 

rnMUANDEB A. P. NiBLACK, U. S. Navv. ComiiiaiiiHiig. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster E. S. SiAi.NAKtit, U. S. NaTT. 

Boatswain W. H. Mobih. U. S. Navy. 

Boatswain G. E. Plandeii, U. S. Navy. 

Cabpenteb K. H. Lake, U. S. Navy. 

Mate Habby Damis, U. S. Na\'y-. 

Pay Ci-bbk Nevett Steele. U. S. Navy. 

■ V. 8. 8. Olijmpia (hi rcsen e). 

Comuanueb a. p. Nim.Ai'K. U, S. Navy, Commniiding, 
Chief Boatswain S. \V. Gardneb. U. S. Navy. 
Chief Cabpenteb F. \V. WirrE. U. S. Navv. 
Warbant Machinist .Ioiin McPiike, II. S. Navt. 

U. S. 8. ArkAiums (in rescrre). 

COMMANDEB H. M. DoMBAlrOll. U. S. NAVY. Coilllli'llMliag, 

Chief Cari'knteb T. J. Ixmsan. U. R. Navv. 
Wabbani Machinist W, X. Roiunbon, U. S. Navy. 



OmOSBS HOI* ATXAOHBD TQ AOAIXBMIO BXAllP. 25 

GOMMAHm J. P. PaBXB, U. S. NA.VT, COfflftMlfUHll^ 

. CHmr OiTirmB StephIui Donklt, U. S. Navt, 
Gabfbntbb Auoebt Tuobxb, U. S. Navt, 
WABEiLnT Maohhubt John Bbycx, U. 8. Natt. 

V. 8. 8. Nevada (in reserve). 

Ck>MMAin«B H. M6L. P. Hubs, U. 8. Navt, Commanding, 
Gabpbntbb J. P. Shovlin, U. S. Navt, 
Wabraut MAOHniiST B. F. Bbbbs, U. S. Navt. 

U. 8.T. B, Bagley. 

LauTBNAHT Paul Folbt, U. S. Navt, Oommandinffm 

hayal hospital. 

Surgeon GsoBas Pioxbkll, U. S. Navt, In Oommandt 

PA88KD A8BIBTANT SUBfllON H. F. StBINK, U. S. NaVT, 

Assistant Suboeon Retnoldb Hatden, U. S. Navt, 
Phaemaoist T. W. Soott, U. S. Navy. 

u. 8. marine barracks and school of application. 

Lbutbnant-Colonel G. A. Doten, U. S. Marine Corps, Commanding, 

BiAJOB B. H. Fuller, U. S. Marine Oorps. 

Captain A. T. Marix, U. S. Marine Corps. 

Seooito Lieutenant M. E. Shearer, U. S. Marine Oorp& 

. Under Instruction, 

Second Lieutenant H. H. Utley, U. S. Marine Corps, 
Second Lieutenant H. C. Judson, U. S. Marine Corps, 
Second Lieutenant P. A. Cap^qn, U. S. Marine Cobpq, 
Second Lieutenant A. M^^ Sum nee, U. S. Marine Corps, 
Second Lieutenant W. F. Bevan, U. S. Marine Corps, 
Second Lieutenant John Potts, U. S. Marine Corps, 
Second Lieutenant E. P. Roelker, U. S. Marine Corps, 
Second Lieutenant E. A. Ostebman, U. S. Marine Corps, 
Second Lieutenant E. S. Willing, U. S. Marine Corps, 
Second Lieutenant J. N. Sutton, U. S. Marine Corps, 
Second Lieutenant R. F. Ludlow, U. S. Marine Corps, 
Second Lieutenant R. E. Adams, U. S. Marine Corps, 
Second Lieutenant E. N. McClelland, U. S. Marine Corps. 

library staff. 

Fbofessor a. N. Brown, U. S. N. A., Lihrarian, 
J. M. . Spencer, Assistant Librarian* 
R. J. Duvaix, Cataloguer, 



jpahemii' ikhrd. 



The Supmiktekpest. 






The COMMANDiNT OF MlOailtPMEi 






The Head of the DtiiPABTMifNT a 


V Seama> 


I8HIF. 


The Head of thk UBPABTMesT o 


F Oltn^A^ 


CE ASn (JtmNEBY, 


The Head of the Dti'AitTUEHT o 


F Navjqai 


■ION. 


TifK HEAr> or THE Dei-ahtmkkt o 


r MAKiNf 


KKQinKEBING ANU 



u Navai. CohbtbdO' 



.] ITiL' 



irt liK 



The Head of the Dgpabtubht o 

The IIeaii of the Dgpabtment a 

The Mead ok tkr Depaktment of I-'miusii. 

Thk IIka[> of the Depabtulht ot* .Mouehm htm 



CADET OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



lfN>7-lfN>8. 



CADET CO M M A N DER. 
HiROi (5) 
CADET LIEUTENANT AND URICADK ADJUTANT. 

FOY. (7) 
BRIUADE CHIET PETTY OrKICEB. 

Douglas. (10) 
First Battalion. 



CADET L I EJ TEN ANT-CO M MANDKB. 



First ComiHintj. 

Markland. Caokt Lieu- 
tenant. 

Van DER Vekr, Cadkt 
Junior Lieutenant. 

Pickering, Cadet Kn- 

SION. 

PETTY OFFICKUS. KIFtST 
CLAS.S. 

Earle. Cuits. 

Emmerson. Gresham. 



Norton. (1) 

CADET JIMOH MEITENANT AND ADJUTANT. 

Taylor, H. G. (2) 

CADET rillKF PETTY OFFICER. 

Brereton. (5) 

First Division. 
Scion (1 Company. 

Smith, O.. Cadet Lieu- 
tknant. 

Charlton. Cadet Jun- 
ior Lieutenant. 

K a u f f m a n . C a det E n - 
sign. 

l'F,TT\ OKFICKUS. FIUST 
CLASS. 



Kink AID. 

CiiEW. 



Cogswell. 
Broshek. 



Third Company, 

• 

Lu(As, Cadet Lieuten- 
ant. » 

Wilson, E. E.. Cadet 
Junior Lieutenant. 

Knai ss. Cadet Ensign. 



PKTTY OFFICERS, FIRST 
CLASS. 



Ross. 
Holland. 



Seymour. 
Owen. 



PETTY OFFICKHS. SKiON[> PKTTY OFFICERS, SECOND I'KTTY OFFICERS. SECOND 
CLASS. CLASS, CLASS. 



Clark. C. C. Jordan, 
botsford. cordiner. 



Hastedo. 
Speicueb. 



Berry. 
Smith, J. D. 



Bausii. Steckel. 

Smith, K.F. Stiles. 



27 



. Cadc. Lieu- 



OADET OFFICERS. 



Fifth Company. 
BoYNTOw, Cadet I,n 



Sixth Company. 
West, Gaivt iJEUTEn- 



(B, H. F. D., CiDET McEee, Cadet Jobiob Bbandt, Cawct Juwok 
jsioB Likutewakt. LreuTENART. Lieutenant. 

[TH, W. R., Cadet Bn- Strauss, Cadet Enhiun, Couehfobd. Cadet En- 



Second Battauok. 



BinwEi.r- (12) 

THfllD DiViaiOH. 

Seventh Companv. Eighth Cotnpait]!. 

Stbuble, Cadet Lit'u- Rockwell, Cahet Lik 



S<- 



Tihith Companf. 
£ANZE. Cadet Lieu- 



PiEBSOL, Cadet Junior Lammers, Cadftt Jutimhi James, J., Cadet Junior 

Lieutknant. Lieutenant. Lieutenant. 

White, B. C, CAoirt En- Dennbt, Cadet ENSHis. Pknn, Cadet EImsion. 

8ICN. 



OAOET 0FFICEB8. 



S9 



Tenth Compflfiy. 

DOHAYIN, GaIHET LDEtT* 

TENAlfT. 

Glabk, R. W., Gadkt 

JuinoB LixuTEMAirr. 
lusH, Cadet EjNSion. 



FRTT OFFICKSSj FIAST 
CI.A88. 

AiXEif. A. Latham. 
M. R. Staixt. 

Kbaub. 



VOUSTH DiTIBIOir. 

Bleventh OOmpany. 
Baboock, Gaobt Lisn- 

ICNAIIT. 

Hbok, Caihet Junior 

LlEUTENAirr. 

Duncan, Cadet Enbion. 



PBTTT OFFICBBS^ FIB8T 
CLA88. 

Boyd. Badt. 

Harris, C. A. Pattkrson. 



Tioelfth Oamptmy. 

Rankin, Cadkt Lieu- 

■ / • 

TENANT. 

Turner, W. W., Cadet 

Junior Lieut;enant. 
Smith, W., Cadet £3n- 

BION. 

PSTTT OFFICaSS, FIB8T 
CLA88. 

Stbother. Greio. 
Martin. Van oh Carr 



pcm orpicEXB, bbcond pbttt ofticbbs^ sscoxd 

CLASS. CLASS. 



orricRRSj sacoKD 

CLASS. 



Biao, F. R. 
Pabsons. 



Laizurb. Mecleary. Jasoer. BxnKi, R. a. Rinehart, 

NoRRis. Kemman. Hicks. Greeno. Bowerfind. 

NOTS. — Numbers in iMursntheMs Indicate companj namber* 



PRACTICE CRUISE, 1907. 



SYNOl'HIH OF SUMMER CRITIBE. 

U. R. i^hipM Olynipia, Arkanaas, Florida, and JfevaiUL 

June 7. — Midshipmen embarked. 

June 8. — Sailed from Annapolis for Hampton Roads. 

June )). — Arrived at Hampton Roads. Midshipmen visited the shipyard at 
NeMi>ort News. 

June 11). — Sailed from Hampton RoadH, proceeded on a cruise. 

June 24. — Arrived off New York, anchored in North River. 
' June 28. — Sailed from the North River for New London, Ctmn. 

June 21) to July iil. — Cruised in the vicinity of New TiOiidoiL 

AujEOist 1. — Sailed from New London, (X>nn., for Bath, Me. 

August 3. — Arrived at Bath, Me. 

August 10. — Sailed for New London, Conn. 

August 12. — Arrived at New London, Conn. 

August 20. — SailcHi for mouth o£ Potomac River. 

August 21. — Arrived at mouth of Potomac River. 

August 2.5 to 27. — Arrived at Annaiiolis, Md. 

August 28. — Midshipmen (Usembarked. 

Note.— While In the vicinity' of New London, ships in rotation risited tln» 
Tori)edo Station. Newport, R. I. During week ending August :U first <-lass 
vislttMl Njival Pi*oving Ground, at Indian Head, and Naval Gun Factory, Wasli- 
Ingtou. 

NAVAL ACADEMY PRACTICE SQUADRON. 

I/. S, /sf. Olympia. 
Captain Thomas B. Howard, Voinmandinff. 

LlElTKNANT-COMMANDER I-OU18 McC. NULTON. 

Ijeutenant Roscoe C. Moody. » 

LlElTENANT FraNKLIN D. KaRNS. 

LiKiTEXANT Frank E. Ridgely. 

Lieutenant Ernest .7. King. 

Lieutenant Merlyn G. C-ook. 

Lieutenant Walter N. Verxou. 

Surgeon MiDDLtrroN S. Elliott. 

Passed Assistant Paymaster Frank T. Watrous. 

Chief Boatswain Samuel W. Gardner. 

Chief Carpenter Frederick W. Witte. 

Warrant Machinist .John McPhek. 

Warrant Machinist Arthir W. Bird. 

30 



fiUMHER CBUI6E, 1907. 81 

17. 8. S. Arkansas. 
CoMMANmcB Bbadlbt a. FiSKE, Commanding. 

LlEUTENANT-GOMMANDEB YaTEB STIRLING, Jr. 

Lieutenant Herbert C. Coi^ke. 

Lieutenant Paul Foley. 

Lieutenant Raymond S. Keyes. 

Lieutenant Arthur P. Fairfield. 

Lieutenant James A. Campbell, Jr. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Charles M. Oman. 

Assistant Paymaster Reginald Spear. 

Gunner James P. Dempsey. 

Carpenter Robert H. Lake. 

Warrant Machinist Wili.iam F. Mullinix. 

Warrant Machinist William T. Robinson. 

rz. 8, 8. Florida, 

Commander Washington r. Chambers. Commanding^ 

Lieutenant-Commander Hari.ey H. Christy. 

Lieutenant William D. Lkahy. 

Lieutenant Andrew T. Graham. 

Lieutenant William S. Pye. 

Lieutenant Orie W, Fowler. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Charijcs II. DeLanct. 

Assistant Paymaster* Edward C. Little. 

Chief Gunner Stephen Donei.y. 

(*arpenter Albert Tucker. 

Warrant Machinist .Tohn Brvce. 

. U. 8. 8, Nevada. 

Commander Harry McL. 1*. UrsE, Vnmmauding, 

Lieutenant Leland F. James. 

Lieutenant Amon Bbonson. Jr. 

LiEiTKNANT Frank L. Pinney. 

Lieutenant Adolphus E. Watson. 

Lieutenant Owen II. Oakley. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon Perceval S. Uossiter. 

Assistant Paymaster Frank H. Atkinson. 

Carpenter James P. Shovlin. 

Warrant Machinist Benjamin F. Beers. 

C7. 8. 8. Severn (Naval Academy), 

Lieutenant-Commander Heruert (». (Jates, Commanding, 
Lieutenant Walter J. Man ion. 
Lieutenant John D. Wainwright. 
Assistant Surgeon James T. Duhigg. 
Assistant Paymaster Thom Williamson, .Tr. 
Boatswain August Woiiltman. 

U. S. S. Severn cruised in Cliesapeake Bay in the vicinity of .\nnapoIis, with 
sections of fourth class. 

1441(M)8 8 



^^^^ 


iTTUMEB OBUIOB, 1907. 


^^^ 


Detaii. of Midsucpmen of 


THE FiBST Class fob thb 
1907. 

OLYHPIA. 


SUMMEB Pbactice Oil 

1 


Allen. A. M. B. 




Oswald. J. U H 


Babcock. P. H, 


Everson, J. H. 


rnahley, W. kS 


BacoD. A. 


ForguB, H. H. 


Pierce, U.R. ■ 


Biidt. H. A. 


Foy. B. J. 


• Fiersol. W. B. ■ 


Bastedo, P. B. 


Grelg. S. 0. 


Raiikln, J. tr. ■ 


Beiael, F. C. 


Gresham. W. P. 


Roes, C, C. ■ 


Berry. F. T. 


Guthrie. E. 


Saufley. B. 0. ^| 


Boyd. W. D.. Jr. 


• Harris, C. A. 


Schanie, A. K. ■ 


Carpender. A. S. 


Hicks. W. W; 


Bhafroth. J. F.. Jr. 


CbarJton. A. M. 


Hilllard.J.G. 


Bmith. O..Jr. 


Clark. Ren. W. 


Hlrd. H. R. 


Smith. W. 


Colllna, M. 


Irish, J. Met;. 


Smith. W. R„ Jr. 


Connor. B. H. 


leeman. J. H. 


»• Stiles, W. H., Jr. 


Cutts. B. F. 


Jennings, J. C. 


Strother. E. W. 


Dayls. 0. H., Jr. 


Keleher. T. J. 


Struble, G. W. 


Davlfl, H. F. D. 


Lsbhardt, H. B. . 


Taylor. H. G. 


DaTlB, L. C. 


Lammers. H. M. 


Turner, B. K. 


Dolan, C- M. 


Lalliam. J. C. 


Van dor Veer. N. B. 


Donald. II. Q. 


McClain, J. F. 


Wetalilmer. B.B_ 


Donavln. K. H. 


Mt^-ormk-k. R. D. 


\V,.st. C. G. ^ 


• Douglafl, A. H. 


• McNeill, A- B. 


AYIIIe. F. J. H 


Du Bose. J. W. 


Norton. E. R. 


» Wilson, B.eL M 


»Earle. J. n. 


OReor. J. T. H. 


1 


1 Beardall, J. R. 


Holland. V. L. 


Hoore. J. D. 


1 BIdwell. A.T. 


• Hiinsiiker. J. C. 


Munroc. W. B. 


i Bowerflud. F. C. 


Jaeger H. M. 


OlBon, A. G. 


I Boynton. U. \V. 


Jukes, E. W. 


Patlerson. n. r.Jr. 


f » Brereton. \V. U., Ji-. 


Kemp, D. E. 


Pejlon. r. .1. 


• Burg, B. A. 


Kilpatrick. W. K. 


Pl^kerlnE, M. W, 


Carter. W. R. 


Kliiknid, T. C. 


Purnell. W. B. 


Clark, 0. C. 


fKrau8,S.M. 


Schaffer, J. U si 


Clark, J. B. 


I* Bourgeois, H. B. 


Smith. F.R..J|^ 


Comer ford, F. J. 


a Lee. A. 


> Stark, L. C. ]H 


* Denny, A. D. 


MeCnrtliy, F. I'. 


Stmens. J. a. ^1 


tmoey. D. F. 


MeGu1re,H.D. 


Stoer.C. 11. 


Duncan. C. A. 


Martin. A. G. 


Wiiiling, H.O. 


Hill. K. L. 


Mnrkland, H. T. 


WIlHon. W. W. 


Hitchcock. H. M. 


Mocleary, H. B. 




ThOM nildahlpm*n marked 


•) we«! either OD leave or > 


TinspltBL 


•I'etached July 12; on Navy rifle IMtu. 




• Detached July 


3 ; on Navy rtHe («in. 




• Tronsferreil lo 


Nav»l Hoppllal. Drookiyn. A 


B«Bt la ■ 


' Detached July 


4 : on Navy tlOe leam. 










days- leave rrom June IB. 




".tolnad Otvmpin August 12: Id Nn.al H-aplt 


1. Annnpolli. ■ 


• DeUched Arka 


lai July 3; ob Navy rlfls te 


-J 



BUMMER OBUIBE^ 1901. 



83 



Barnes, Q. GL 
Belt, FI. 
Berg, F. R. 
Best, C. L. 
Blakeslee, E. G. 
Burdick, U. de F. 
Galboun, G. K. 
Chew, F. T. 
Ck>cbran, F. 
Conger, F. P. 
Cunningham. J. C. 
Dague, W. II., Jr. 
DIbrell, A. G. 
Doxey, J. R. 
Heron, K. 



Ames, E. 
Austin, J. E. 
Barnett, J. W., Jr. 
Bausb, R. O. 
Botsford, O. SL A. 
• Brandt, G. E. 
Broshek, J. J. 
Buck, E. F. 
Carmichael, A. W. 
Cogswell, F. 
Cordiner, D. C. 
Crosby, H. II. 
Emjuet, R. U. M. 
Estess, E. J. 
Grecno, L. W. 



FLOBUU. 

Hlckey, B. F. 

Hodgman, W. A« 

Hullngs, J. S. 

Hunter, D. T. 

James, C. M. 

Jordan, L.. Jr. 
Knerr, H. J. 

LaBounty. S. M. 

Laizure, D. C 

Loftin, B. H. 

Lucas, A. L. 
« McKee, E. W. 

Muir, B. K. 
« Norris, C. R. 

I*eterson, M. J. 

NEVADA. 

• Hoibcrg, W. Ia»R. 
llcrbster, V. D. 

o James, J. 
Kauffman, J. Ti. 

Kemnian, A. S. 
King, R. 
Knauss, U. G. 
I^enby, M. A. 
« lAiQ, W. A., Jr. 

♦ Lowell, J. S. 
M<<?nuley, C. 

/ Mngruder, C. W. 
MortMllth. J. E. 
Nelson, J. A. 
Owen, W. O. 



Rogers, R.B. 
Scblpfer, a A. 
Smith, James D. 
Spelcher, D. B. 
Stewart, L. S. 
Strauss, H. A. 
Thomas, C. C. 
Tipton, T. M. 
• Van de Carr, J. O. 
Vanderhoof. A. H. 
9* Warren, L. P. 
Wlllett, M. B. . 
Wilson, G. F. 
Young, R. S., Jr. 



Parsons, H. JSL 
Payne, S. 8. 
Penn, A. M. 
Rinehart. E. TT. 
/ Rockwell, F. W. 
Seymour, P. 
Smith, K. F. 
Staley, J. B. 
Steckel, A. M. 
Thomas, R. G. 
Turner, W. W. 
Van Auke!i, F.T. 
White. R. C. 
Yates, O. Bi. 



Detail of Midsiiii'mk.n of the Tiiikd Ti.ass h>r the Summer Pi:actice CbuisSi 



•♦Alnswortli, W. L. 
Alexander. J. T. 
Alger. C\ W. 
Aiulei'soii, L. 
» Hapj:, II. A. 



OLYMPIA. 

Bar low. K. F. 
Barrett. W. N.. jr. 
P.artlelt. II.T. 
Hattle, C. E.. jr. 
r.eary, I). B. 



Bell. R. R 
Bcnnion. if. 
Berry. II. B. 
Bleff. V. N. 
Blnlsall. J. H. 



Those midslilim'oii innrkrd (•) wore either on leave or at hosplttil. 
Thus