HISTORICAL INDEX OF ARMY FOOTBALL



PROGRAMS  GRIDIRON MAGAZINE & SPORTS ARTICLES FROM THE POINTER:  


Note:  No Army Football programs published between 1913 and 1922.  Some articles appeared in every home game issue during each football season.  All articles cited from a football program unless stated from a Pointer issue.

                                                        Comp. by Alan Aimone

                                                        Nov. 25, 2005

ACADEMIES

“Air Force Academy history,” [also Academy points of interest](Nov. 7, 1987):  10 and

        12.

“The Air Force Academy story,” (Nov. 2, 1963): 51-54.

“Air Force Academy uniforms,” (Oct. 31, 1959).

“Air Force cadet life,” (Oct. 31, 1959):  82-83.

“Britannia Royal Naval College Dartmouth,” (Nov. 1955): 130+.

“Canadian Services College Royal Roads,” (Nov. 1955):  149-150.

“College Militaire Royal de Saint-Jean,” (Nov. 1955):  142 and 148.

“L’Ecole Navale,” (Nov. 1955):  136, 138, and 152-153.

“The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst,” (Nov. 1955): 134 and 151-152.

“The Royal Military College,” (Nov. 1955): 145-146

“Saint-Cyr,” (Nov. 1955).

“The Service academies:  Now there are three,” (Sept. 24, 1955):  148.

“Student Conference on U.S. Affairs,” (Nov. 1962); 18-21 November 1970,” (Nov. 14,         1970):         26.

“USMA and VMI – Close historical ties,” (Sept. 19, 1981):  24.

“USMA Prep School,” (Sept. 15, 1985):  50; (Sept. 12, 1992):  81; (Sept. 19, 1993):  69;         (Oct. 16, 1993):  69.

“Your Air Force Academy,” (Oct. 31, 1959):  54-56 and 58.

ACADEMICS

Abel, Jamie.  “Cadets on-line with the future:  Plebes receive personal computers,” (Nov.

        1, 1986):  62-63.

“The Academic program at West Point,” (1960): 17, 19, 21 and 23.

“A Chat with the Superintendent,” [LTG Daniel W. Christman] (Oct. 19, 1996):  82-83.

Albright, Mike, “Broadening the base:  Expanded curriculum keys USMA’s academic

        diversity,” (Sept. 26, 1992):  30-31.

_____.  “A Chat with the dean:  Galloway charts USMA’s academic course for the         future,” (Nov. 14, 1992):  26-27; ... [BG Fletcher M. Lamkin, Jr.] (Nov. 4, 1995):          92-93.

“Army USMA Prep School,” (Sept. 14, 1991):  81.

Baumer, Capt. William H., Jr.  “The West Point educational system,” (Oct. 25,

        1941).

Bell, MAJ Bruce  K.  “USMA focus:  Academic excellence enjoys long history at West

        Point, “ (Nov. 5, 1988):  70-71.

Beretta, Bob, “Seeing is believing:  Cadets gain edge through performance

        enhancement,” (Sept. 26, 1992):  26-27.

“The Black knights quest,” (Nov. 12, 1966).

“Broad academic program develops cadet’s knowledge and skills,” (Sept. 23, 1972):  28-

        29.

“Closed circuit TV at West Point,” (Nov. 2, 1963):  45-46.

“Computers quicken the pace in the cadet race against time,” (Sept. 26, 1964):  41-42 and

        45-46.

Crane, Conrad.  “A New face in the Dean’s Office,” [BG  Roy K. Flint] (Sept. 15, 1985):          54-55.

Dineen, Joe.  “Academics – The Applied sciences,” (Oct. 2, 1981):  24 and 58-59.

_____.  “Six Army athletes enter medical school,” Sept. 10, 1983):  43-44.

_____.  “USMA academic challenge:  National Security and Public Affairs,” [SCUSA]         (Nov. 7, 1981):  64-65 and 68.

_____.  “USMA academics – The Humanities,” (Oct. 24, 1981):  68, 79 and 82.

_____.  “USMA academics:  A Look at the basic sciences,” (Sept. 26, 1981):  64-65

        and 68.

Gniewek, Sp5 Raymond.  “Computer, television system aids cadets instruction,” (Oct. 7,

        1972):  28-29.

Gniewek, Sp5 Raymond.  “Elective program matches interests aptitudes,”  (Oct  28,

        1972):  34.

Kuhn, LTC Robert, “Army:  Developing tomorrow’s heroes,” (Nov. 16, 1991):  26-27.

“McDonald, Cadet Jack.  “Student conference,” (Oct. 27, 1973).

“Minds and missiles,” (Sept. 28, 1957).

Murphy, Cadet J. J.  “What are you studying at West Point?” (Oct. 5, 1946):  6.

“National student conference,” (Nov. 9, 1974):  36.

Robertson, LTC John K. and CPT Rick Davis.  “West Point’s academic facelift,” (Oct.

        31, 1987):  60-61.

“SCUSA XXIV.” (Nov. 4, 1972):  34.

“Student conference convenes,” (Nov. 8, 1975):  36.

“Sylvanus Thayer and the West Point faculty,” (Nov. 15, 1958):  37.

Taylor, MG Maxwell D.  “The West Point curriculum:  Military Academy aims to         give all cadets a sound, liberal education,” (Nov. 8, 1947):  19-20 and 47.

“Teaching technology at West Point:  From blackboards to computers,” (Nov. 13, 1971):  

        26-27.

“USMA administration,” (Sept. 15, 1990):  6.

“USMA candid classroom,” [television] (Nov. 5, 1966):  3-5 and 38.

“The USMA curriculum,” (1969):  4, 28 and 38-39.

“USMA Prep School,” (Sept. 10, 1988):  62; (Sept. 15, 1990):  93.

“USMA Prep School visit,” (Sept. 29, 1973):  23.

“The West Point academic system,”  (Sept. 23, 1961):  44-48.

“West Point expands computer program,” (Nov. 16, 1963):  42-43.

“West Point is host to the Sixteenth Annual Student Conference on United States

        Affairs,” (Oct. 31, 1964):  2-5.

ACADEMY OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES

“Band Day,” [Paul Lavalle] (Sept.23, 1978):  28; (Oct 28, 1979):  27-28..

Beretta, Bob.  “Army:  A very special visit,” [Cadet visits to FDR VA Medical Center in

        Montrose and Castle Point VA Medical Center in Beacon] (Sept. 21, 1991):  26-

        27.

_____.  “Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Army Athletic Association,” [Timothy Roth]         (Nov. 4, 2000):  7.

_____.  “A Place for heroes,” [Special Olympics, 20th Orange County annual Games)         (Oct. 29, 2004):  92-93.

“Boy Scout Daly at West Point,” (Oct. 4, 1958):  37.

“Boy Scout visitors,” (Nov. 16, 1957):  19.

Salvani, Mady, “Athletes win big in community service game,” (Sept. 28, 2002):  5

 “West Point and the Boy Scouts,” (Nov. 6, 1954):  17 and 45.

“West Point is host to Boy Scouts,” (Oct. 1, 1955):  17

“What’s happening at West Point:  The Rabble Rousers,” (Sept. 10, 1988):  73.

Young, Patti.  “Navy challenges Army to steamboat race in 1985,” (Dec. 1984):  18.

BASEBALL

“Baseball season will open against Giants on Monday:  Many veterans on Army team,”         Pointer, vol. 5, no. 15 (Apr. 7, 1928):  20.

Beretta, Bob, “Making his country proud,” [Steve Reich] (Oct. 2, 1993):  118-119.

_____.  “[Mike] Scioletti Army’s diamond king,” (Oct. 25, 1997):  81.

“A Century of USMA baseball,” (Nov. 7, 1964):  34.

Coleman, Dick, “Pointer profile:  John Schmidt,” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 15 (May 4, 1962):          6-7.

“Doubleday, baseball, and West Point,” (Oct. 8, 1955):  17.

Eiland, Mike, “The Cadet and the game,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 13 (Apr. 3, 1959):  7 and

22-23.

Gunderman, Larry, “Pointer profile:  Al De Jardin,” Pointer, vol. 38, no. 17 (June 2,         1961):  24-25.

Herbert, M. J., “Baseball,” Pointer, vol. 26, no. 15 (Apr. 1, 1949):  20-21.

Kinard, Chris, “Baseball moves up…” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 16 (May 18, 1962):  6-7 and         24.

“Lacrosse and baseball as played at West Point,” (Nov. 16, 1963):  46-47.

McDaniel, “Baseball gets new coach [Joe Palone] Pointer, vol. 32, no. 13 (Apr. 1, 1955):          18.

Partlow, Frank, Jr., “Army versus the Giants:  One sided but worthwhile,” Pointer, vol.

        37, no. 16 (May 13, 1960):  18 and 22.

Peter, Dave, “Pointer profile:  Emmanuel John Scivoletto,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 13 (Apr.         1, 1960):  14.

Smith, Cadet Cecil L. (1941).  “West Point baseball,” (Oct. 1, 1938).

Steinberg, Cadet Irwin I.  “Doubleday, baseball, and West Point,” (Nov. 1, 1952):          23, 31 and 35.

Velley, Pete, “Eric Tipton:  All-American coach,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 4 (Nov. 6, 1959):          9 and 30.

Wilker, Stan, “Doubleday’s folly,” Pointer, vol. 32, no. 14 (Apr. 15, 1955):  10.

BASKETBALL

Albright, Mike, “A Mission of faith,” [Dax Pearson] ( Nov. 18m 2000):  7.

Alexander, George M., “Pointer profile:  Bob Foley,” Pointer, vol. 40, no. 6 (Feb. 13,         1963):  24.

“Army basketball,” (Nov. 14, 1964):  42.

“Army Basketball in 1926,” Pointer, vol. 3, no. 12 (Feb. 26, 1926):  20-21.

“Army basketball 1978-79:  A Look inside,” (Nov. 4, 1978):  30-31.

“Army basketball takes bounce for the better,” (Nov. 9, 1974):  30

Beretta, Bob. “Cadet cagers step ‘back to the future’,” (Nov. 10, 1990):  48.

_____.  “Cagers make strides under Gaudio,” (Nov. 5, 1994):  94.

_____.  “Cagers rebuild under [Dino] Gaudio,” (Oct. 2, 1993):  57.

_____.  “Cagers turn page on new era:  Army men’s basketball preview,” (Oct. 16,

        1993):  72 and 76.

_____.  “Changing of the guard:  Youthful cagers looking to mesh,” (Nov. 21, 1992):  31.

_____.  “Diamond in the rough,” [Mark Lucking] (Nov. 18, 1995):  92-93.

_____.  “[Chris] Glowe knows full recovery,” (Nov. 9, 1996):  82-83.

_____.  “[Pat] Harris merges hoops past and present,” (Oct. 25, 1997):  82-83.

_____.  “Harris to mold ‘winning attitude’,” (Nov. 15, 1997):  81.

_____.  “Improving cagers on path to success,” (Nov. 4, 1995):  95.

_____.  “[Tom] Miller finds way home,” (Oct. 20, 1990):  36-37.

_____.  “A New era for the Army men’s cagers,” (Oct. 31, 1987):  138.

Bergman, Todd, “Coach George Hunter,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 9 (Jan. 30, 1959):  30.

Blinderman, Eric.  “Building on a tradition:  Battling for the MAAC title,” (Nov. 19,

        1985):  54-55.

_____.  “Hoopsters gearing up for ’86-87:  Solid blend of youth & experience,” (Nov. 15,

        1986):  125.

“Corps defenders of the court,” (Nov. 1, 1969):  38 {Coach Bob Knight].

Dineen, Joe.  “Mike Krzyzewski returns to West Point,” (Oct. 11, 1975).

“Facelift continues for cadet cagers,” (Nov. 2, 1991):  50.

Fagan, J. Herbert, “Pointer profile:  Ron Hannon,” Pointer, vol. 38, no. 12 (Mar. 17,         1961):  8-9.

Johns, Jack, “Meet Coach [Elmer] Ripley,” Pointer, vol. 29, no. 10 (Jan. 11, 1951):  4.

Jones, Ray, “Pointer profile:  Chuck Richards,” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 8 (Jan. 26, 1962):  

        12-13.

Kinney, Bob.  “Army basketball:  A Changing of the guard,” (Nov. 8, 1980):  18-19 and

        38.

_____.  “Army basketball…a new identity,” (Nov. 13, 1976):  30-31.

_____.  “Army basketball:  Everybody’s back,” (Nov. 12, 1977):  18-19.

______.  “Army cagers aim for continued success,” (Nov. 17, 1979):  27-29.

_____.  “Army cagers prep for season opener three weeks away,” (Nov. 5, 1983):  44 and

        89.
_____.  “Army basketball…young, hungry and eager to face the challenge,” (Nov. 7,

        1981):  54-55.

_____.  “Army:  West Point says ‘Thanks’,” [Bob Knight] (Nov. 2, 1991):  26-27.

_____. “Younger, but bigger, quicker and stronger,” (Nov. 10, 1973):  28.

“Lady Knights aiming for another banner year,” (Nov. 3, 1984):  129.

“Lady Knights on the move:  Youth to play a key role,” (Nov. 16, 1985):  121.

‘Lady Knights return to Division I ranks,” (Nov. 3, 1990):  48.

Lennon, Frank, “Pointer profile:  Stu Sherard,” Pointer, vol. 38, no. 6 (Dec. 9, 1960):  15.

“’New’ basketball arrives at Army,” (Nov. 16, 1963):  11 and 64.

“New faces:  Taylor Locke basketball coach,” Pointer, vol. 41, no. 6 (Feb. 26, 1964):  17.

“1984-85 Army basketball return of 13 lettermen brightens season outlook,” (Sept. 15,

        1984):  54.

“Pointer profile:  Lee Sager,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 10 (Feb. 12, 1960):  20.

“Previewing Army basketball,” (Oct. 26, 1968):  42-43.

“Q & A with new men’s hoops Coach Jim Crews,” (Oct. 26, 2002):  5.

Salvani, Mady.  “Army seeks improvement, experience will be key,” (Nov. 18, 1995):          95.

_____.  “Building for the future,” (Nov. 12, 1994):  94.

_____.  “Hardwood turnaround eyed by [Lynn] Chiavaro,” (Oct. 25, 1997):  92.

_____.  “Lady Knights ready for next step:  Army women’s basketball preview,”

        (Oct. 16, 1993):  74 and 76.

_____.  “Old academy hand:  Army’s new women’s basketball coach knows what         coaching at an academy is all about,” [Sherri Abbey-Nowatzki] (Oct. 17, 1998):          81.

BOXING

“Boxing a popular minor sport,” (Nov. 2, 1935).

Grombach, John V., “Boxing and West Point,” Pointer, vol. 27, no. 9 (Jan. 6, 1950):  6-7         and 26.

Harrington, Jim, “Boxing at West Point,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 11 (Feb. 26, 1960):   22.

“Intercollegiate boxing,” Pointer, vol. 23, no. 15 (Mar. 29, 1946):  22-23.

Ofgant, Ed, “Academy ends boxing,” Pointer, vol. 32, no. 11 (Feb. 25, 1955):  18.

Orme, Eric C., “The Story of Billy Cavanagh:  Boxer, coach and friend, “Pointer, vol. 19,         no. 2 (Sept. 26, 1941):  8-9.

Ringdahl, Phil, “Boxing:  A West Point tradition,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 10 (Feb. 13,

        1959):  24.

BUILDINGS

Beretta, Bob, “A Field of ‘dreams’,” [Rupert H. Johnson Stadium dedicated, September         13, 1996] (Oct. 19, 1996):  81.

_____.  “Kimsey Athletic Center gives athletes every amenity,” (Sept. 6, 2003):  5.

_____.  “Vast facilities upgrade inspires “sense of awe’,” (Nov. 9, 2002):  5.

_____.  “Winds of change sweep West Point,” [Blaik Building] (Oct. 9, 1993):  118-119.

“Big time college football on a Jersey Meadow,” (Oct. 15, 1977):  6-7.

Blinderman, Eric. “Lending a great name,” [Don Holleder, Class of 1956] (Oct. 1, 1988):  

        75-76.

_____.   “A New home for hockey & hoops:  The New multi-purpose sports

        facility,” (Nov. 16, 1985):  58-59.

“Building expansion at West Point,” (Nov. 4, 1972):  26.

“The Chicago Stadium,” Pointer, vol. 4 (Nov. 26, 1926):  8.

Cohane, Tim.  “An Army football legend:  McEwan, Hall of Fame Center,” (Nov. 10,

        1984):  21-22.

“Eisenhower Hall celebrates its 10th anniversary with Broadway, music and comedy,”

        (Sept. 24, 1983):  89-90.

“Expansion report ’65,” (Oct. 15, 1965).

[Expansion report] “Changes on the plain,” (Oct. 8, 1966):  3-5.

“Expansion report – 1967,” (Oct. 7, 1967):  3-5 and 38-39.

“Expansion report – 1968,” (Sept. 28, 1968):  2-3, 5 and 38-39.

Fisher, Cadet Samuel H., Jr. (1953).  “The Cadet chapel,” (Oct. 27, 1951):  19 and 50.

Forman, Dr. Sidney.  “Sylvanus Thayer and USMA Library,” (Oct. 10, 1959):  37 and 49.

Forman, Dr. Sidney.  “Thayer Hall…” (Nov. 9, 1957):  17 and 61.

“Ghosts in Michie Stadium,” (Oct. 29, 1955):  17.

“Historic hills,” (Nov. 5,, 1955):  17.

“Historic West Point,” (1962).

“Hoffman press box:  Academy’s sparkling state-of-the-art media facility,” (Sept. 6,         2003):  40.

Love, Cadet Joseph B. “Michie stadium’s silver anniversary,” (Nov. 13, 1948):  13         and 51.

“Michie Stadium, West Point,” (1928):  12; (Oct. 17, 1964):  36-37. (Sept. 22, 1973):  

        28-29; “Michie Stadium construction,” (Sept. 15, 1979):  31; “Michie Stadium         facelift,” (Sept. 10, 1977):  6-7 and 35; Mike Albright, “New look for Michie:          Stadium undergoes major renovations for ’92,” (Sept. 12, 1992):  26-27; “Margin         of excellence,” (Sept. 7, 2002):  60-61; Mike Albright, “Majestic Michie:  Michie         Stadium celebrating its 80th season,” (Sept. 27, 2003):  5.

“Military Academy reservation inadequate:  Terrain for maneuvers and to insure

        water supply needed,” (Nov. 15, 1930).

Negus, Steve.  “The Cadet mess challenge – Some 4,300 dropped in for lunch,” (Oct. 8.

        1983):  89-90.

“The New cadet barracks:  With a well appointed and highly decorative visitor’s         reception room,” (Nov. 7, 1911):  12 and 35.

“The New USMA Library,” (Sept. 26, 12964):  2-5.

Pappas, MAJ George S.  “The Cadet chapel,” (Oct. 3, 1953):  16-17.

“Philadelphia’s Veterans Stadium,” (Dec. 8, 1990):  91.

“Points of interest at West Point,” (Oct. 26, 1940):  6-7 and 40.

“’The Vet’, Veterans Stadium,” (Dec. 3, 2005):  152.

Wells, Capt. Walter H. “Harvard to visit Michie Stadium next year:  West Point

        gridiron named for father of Army football,” (Oct. 18, 1930):  19 and 47.

“West Point building now…for a better future,” (Sept. 26, 1964):  38-39.

“West Point…is the United States Military Academy,” (Sept. 30, 1939):  10-11 and 35.

“West Point expansion – 1969,” (Oct. 4, 1969):  4-5, 28 and 30-32.

CADET LIFE

“About donning cadet grey,” (Nov. 2, 1957):   19.

“The Academies come to life in your home,” (Sept. 28, 1957).

Albright, Mike, “Blazing a new trail,” [Rebecca Marier, Class of 1980] (Sept. 9, 1995):          92-93.

“Army cadet life,” (Oct. 31, 1959):  80-81.

“Army radio,” (Sept. 20, 1975):  31.

Ball, Jim.  “Pete Dawkins:  A Reflection of the Corps,”  (Oct. 27, 1973):  26-27.

“Behind these grey walls,” (Oct. 9, 1937):  4-5 and 31.

Bielemeier, Erica M. “The Cadet honor code,” (Oct. 27, 1990):  36-37.

Bush, Stuart D.  “From reveille to taps:  The Life of the West Point cadet is not

        collegiate at all; saxophones and spending money are rarities,” (Oct. 20,

        1928):  9 and 13.

“Cadet honor system a West Point hallmark:  Military Academy graduates cherish code

        as vital facts in their training for roles as Regular Army Officers,” (Oct. 14,

        1961):  22.

“Cadet life,” (Oct. 10, 1959):  37 and 47.

“Cadet life at West Point,” (Nov. 2, 1957); (Oct. 17, 1964:  14-15.

“Cadet slang,” (Nov. 1937):  41 and 118; (Sept. 24, 1955):  150-152 and156.

“A Cadet’s day,” (Nov. 26, 1977):  113-125.

“Cadets lead active lives,” (Oct. 21, 1967):  3, 5 and 38-39.

[Clarke, Cadet Townsend, Army Football Captain] “A Cadet’s day,” (Nov. 1966):  134-

        145.

Cash, Cadet Frank.  “A Cadet day,” (Nov. 1941).

“The Class of ’64,” (1960):  49.

“Class of ’71,” (Oct. 7, 1967).

[Class of 1972]  “U.S.M.A. an opportunity, a career:  Admission procedures explained,”

        (Oct. 26, 1968):  4-5 and 33-34.

Clifton, Cadet Chester V. (1936) “How cadets look at collegians:  Students and their         activities more interesting than the yard, the campus or great buildings, in the         opinion of a West Point senior ((Oct. 26, 1935):  11 and 29.

Cooney, MAJ Patrick.  “’A Day in the life’:  The World of a cadet,” (Nov. 2, 1985):  58-

        59.

Cutrona, Capt. Joseph F. H. “Honor – The Basis of West Point training,” (Nov. 4,         1950):          24-25.

D’Aquino, Mike.  “Standing tall before the Corps,” [First Captain Howard Hoege] (Oct.         16, 1993):  57.

Devlin, Cadet J. A. (1954) “The Green turns grey,” (Nov. 1953):  19 and 47.

Echols, Lt. M. P. “The Life of a West Point cadet:  His joys and secret sorrows from

        beast to first-classman,” (Oct. 21, 1933):  13, 37 and 39.

_____. Capt. “The Life of a West Point cadet,” (Nov. 9, 1935):  16, 21, 33, 37-38 and 45.

Farrell, Francis W.  “Crucial days in the career of Cadet Pepys, ’35,” (1931):  11         and 64.

Farrell, Lt. F. W.  “’When I was a plebe’,” (Oct. 1933):  9, 33 and 37.

Finley, Cadet Joe W.  “The Life of a cadet:  Every student puts in four years of         strenuous training in many subjects,” Nov. 17, 1945):  27 and 44.

“First day for the cadet,” (Oct. 24, 1970):  4-5, 8 and 26.

Gilbreth, Cadet J. H. “So you want to be a cadet!  West Pointer describes the many         steps required for admission to the Military Academy,” (Oct. 18, 1947).

Harmon, Cadet James J.  “What it means to me to have Alaska achieve statehood,” (Nov.         1958):  146.

“Humor, genus West Point,” (Oct. 15, 1938):  13, 15 and 34.

“Jargons of the cadets,” (Oct. 21, 1939):  22 and 33.

Keaney, George, “Cadet learns leadership---The hard way,” (Nov. 8, 1952):  53 and         55.

“Midshipmen slang,” (Nov. 1937):  43 and 117; (Sept. 24, 1955):  150, 152 and 155-156.

“The Military Academy’s cadet hostess,” (Sept. 17, 1960):  45.

“More cadetships open to nominating sources,” (Oct. 24, 1964):  38-42.

“The Nation’s cadets,” (Oct. 30, 1937):  4-5 and 30.

“Naval Academy slang:  The Unofficial, but expressive vocabulary used by         midshipmen,” (Nov. 30, 1940):  7- and 139-141.

“The ‘New’ West Point cadet,” (1969):  4 and 39-41.

“Plebes at the ‘point’,” (Nov. 14, 1959):  37.

“Reader!  At-Ten-Shun!!!, Navy slang/Army slang (Nov. 12, 1949):  105-.

Ross, Cadet R. Colby, Jr. “Revelry at reveille,” (Dec. 1953):  19 and 55.

Rounding, Cadet Robert C. (1952).  “Lungs of brass,” (Nov. 10, 1951):  19 and 52.

Stender, Cadet Robert C.  “What is a cadet?” (Oct. 11, 1947):         29.

Terre, Cadet M. H.  “A Soiree in 4x 365 repetitions as produced by the U.S.         Government and directed by those in authority,” (Nov. 30, 1940):  54 and         136.

“’Them cadets keep busy’,” [barracks police] (Oct. 6, 1934).

“United States Corps of Cadets,” (Oct. 29, 1938).

Vlisides, George F.  “West Point and duty,” (Oct. 30, 1948): 17 and 34.

Waiters, Frank E.  “Plebes at West Point,” (1957):  19.

Wallace, Bruce.  “A Father’s view of West Point:  At the end of his son’s plebe year,”         (Nov. 12, 1954):  12 and 41.

Wells, Cadet G. H.  “A Midshipman Cadet:  An authoritative comparison of West         Point and Annapolis from the undergraduate viewpoint,” (Nov. 30, 1940):  32         and 147

Wells, Capt. Walter H. “The Diary of a cadet:  The Intimately recorded happening          one cadet dumbjohn,” (1931):  24, 92, 96 and 98.

“The West Point plebes,” (1962.

“West Point slang:  A non-pronouncing dictionary of the cadets’ undress language,”         (Nov. 30, 1940):  66 and 137.

“What is a plebe?” (Nov. 15, 1958):  37.

“Women at the Point change is the offspring of progress,” (Nov. 13, 1976):  6-7.

Cross Country

Albright, Mike, “Harriers sprint towards respect,” (Nov. 13, 1993):  123.

_____.  “Harriers stride on national scene,” (Oct. 29, 1994):  94.

“The Army cross country squad:  Signs point to another successful season,” (Oct.         17,         1931):  13.

“Army harriers off an running,” (Sept. 29, 1984):  129.

“Army cross country team has won all but two meets since first instituted three years

        ago,” (Nov. 15, 1930):  19.

Beech, Gary, “Captain Dave Carrol,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 2 (Sept. 26, 1958):  20.

Beretta, Bob.  “Army harriers off and running,” (Sept. 10, 1988):  169.

Cross-country challenge,” (Sept. 23, 1978):  30.

“Cross-country, track,” (Nov. 14, 1964):  24.

Dineen, Joe.  “Army harriers – A Young group making progress,” (Oct. 4, 1980):  18-19

        and 38.

_____.  “Army harriers on move this fall,” (Sept. 10, 1983):  53-54.

_____.  “Cadet cross country runners in full stride,” (Sept. 13, 1975):  30-31 [Coach         Carlton Crowell]

_____.  “Carl Crowell:  “Mr. Track,” (Sept. 20, 1976):  6-7 and 30.

_____.  “Cross country,” (Sept. 26, 1981):  52 and55.

Duke, Cadet Charles M., Manager.  “Cross-country – Then and now,” (Oct. 29. 1938).

“Harriers’ new campaign,” [Carleton Crowell] (Sept. 21, 1974):  32.

“Olympic Spotlight:  Local duo sparks cadet harriers,” [Tim Grein and Steve Crumblish]

        (Sept. 28, 1991):  31.

“Over the hills and far away:  Army cross country team ready for season,” (Oct. 15,         1932:  11.

“Pointer profile:  “Just like to run,” [John Jones] Pointer, vol. 38, no. 4 (Nov. 4, 1960):          19 and 29

Sutton, Dick, “Spirit in a dead heat,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 4 (Oct. 24, 1958):  21 and 30.

Terry, Jon.  “Lady Knights race to title,” (Nov.15, 1997):  92.

Williamson, Gil.  “Curt Alitz:  Running to triumph,” (Sept. 17, 1977):  28-29.

Wood, Robert J., “Cross-country at West Point,” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 4 (Oct. 23, 1936):          18.

FENCING

“Fencing… (Oct. 31, 1936).

“Fencing Club,” Pointer, vol. 41, no. 9 (Feb. 26, 1964):  20.

“N.C.A.A. champs!” Pointer, vol. 26, no. 16 (Apr. 15, 1949):  19.

Weiler, John (Tex), “The Fencing Club,” Pointer, vol. 35, no. 10 (Feb. 14, 1958):  14.

Young, Charles M., “On guard!” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 10 (Jan. 15, 1937):  14 and 30.

FOOTBALL

Albright, Mike.  “Army football’s family values,” (Sept. 21, 1996):  81.

_____.  “The Brawn behind the Army ‘bone,” (Nov. 13, 1993):  118-119.

_____.  “Excitability is [Bob] Outer’s ‘voice’,” (Nov. 2, 1996):  82-83.

_____.  “Independent thinking:  Black Knights to depart Conference USA after 2004,”         (Sept. 13, 2003):  5.

_____.  “Legendary rivals extend storied series,” [Notre Dame] (Oct. 14, 1995):  92-94.

_____.  “Managing a legacy:  Steve Kreeger is vying for nation’s top academic awards,”         (Nov. 15, 2003):  5 [Head manager, Truman Scholarship and competing for both         the Marshall and Rhodes scholarships).

_____.  “Mentors enhance cadet development,” (Sept. 13, 1997):  82-83.

_____.“Olympic Spotlight:  A Man for all seasons,” [Jim Wallace, athletic trainer] (Nov.         2, 1991):  31.

_____.  “A Season of change,” [1984 football season] (Nov. 6, 2004):  5.

“All-Star game appearances,” (Sept. 15, 1985):  86.

“The All-time Army-Navy team,” (Nov. 1972):  118-119.

“The All time all Army team:  Players from 1896 to 1930 represented,” (Nov. 15,

        1930):  9.

Anders, Curt, “Young man with a voice.” [Bob Ward]  Pointer, vol. 25, no. 5 (Nov. 7,         1947):  22-23.

“Are you staying for parade?” Pointer, vol. 13, no. 4 (Oct. 18, 1935):  20 and 24.

“Army all-American players:  Tabulation of Army players placed on all-American

        teams,” (Oct. 6, 1934):  23.

Army and Navy football game history (Nov. 1943): 108-160.

“Army football dateline,” (Sept. 9, 1995):  116, 120, 122, 124-126.

“Army football ‘on the air’,” (Sept. 9, 2000):  79.

[Army-Navy] “Game 37 of college football’s most exciting rivalry,” (Oct. 1965).

“Army’s 1,000-yard backs,” (Sept. 24, 2004):  107.

“Army wishbone making cadet football a winner,” (Oct. 27, 1984):  33 and 37.

Bell, LTC Bruce K., “The 1945 cadets:  The Dynasty continues,” (Sept. 30, 1995):  92-        93.

_____.  “The 1946 cadets:  A Share of glory,” (Sept. 30, 1995):  94-95.

Bernstein, Donn.  “TV’s camera men:  The Guys in the trenches,” (Nov. 10, 1979):  171

        and 191.

“The Birth of the Cherry Bow,” (Dec. 22, 1984):  18-19.

Beretta, Bob, “Academy rivalry ‘a Civil War’,” [Author John Feinstein] (Nov. 9, 1996):  

81.

_____.  “Army football odometer reaches 1,000,” (Sept. 6, 1997):  82-83.

_____.  “Army football’s summer in Japan,” (Oct. 5, 1996):  82-83.

_____.  “Army offense takes on foreign look,” (Oct. 14, 1995):  106-107.

_____.  “Cap to a perfect campaign,” [1944 Army season] (Nov. 12, 1994):  89.

_____.   “The Dawning of a rivalry,” (Nov. 3, 1990):  45.

_____.  “A Friend in ‘Bo’ [Gill].” (Oct. 21, 2000):  7.

_____.  “Luck runs out for the Irish,” ( Oct. 22, 1994):  59,

_____.  “The man behind the art [Ted Watts] (Nov. 3, 1990):  36-37.

_____.  “The Man behind the voice,” [Dom Alagia] (Nov. 16, 1991):  31.

_____.  “The 1944 cadets:  Prelude to a dynasty,” (Sept. 30, 1995):  90-91.

_____.  “Prelude to a dynasty,” [Army’s 1944 National Champions] (Oct. 15, 1994):  92-        93.

_____.  “A Season to remember,” [1958] (Sept. 19, 1993):  118-119.

_____.  “West Point salutes its national champions,” (Oct. 28, 1995):  92-93.

Blinderman, Eric.  “Army vs. the Big 10,” (Sept. 24, 1988):  75-76.

_____.  “Cadets hone bone to success,” (Sept. 24, 1987):  64-65.

_____.  “The Early days of football’s sibling rivalry,” (Oct. 31, 1987):  64-65.

_____.  “1890 Army-Navy 1990,” (Dec. 8, 1990):  20-22, 24, 26, and 111-112.

_____.  “Famous firsts in football,” (Oct. 13, 1984):  46.

_____.  “The Glory of ’45:  Called ‘Greatest team ever’,” (Nov. 2, 1985):  54-55.

_____.  “1944 Army football – A Team that put it all together,” (Sept. 29, 1984):  76-77.

_____.  “The Wishbone at a glance,” (Sept. 15, 1984):  120.

Bradley, Michael, “20 years of Army-Navy football at the Vet,” (Dec. 1, 2001):  26-30         and 32.

Breazeale, George, “Psychological ploys,” (Sept. 20, 1986).

Brewerton, Henry R.  “Football field marshal,” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 2 (Sept. 25, 1936):          15 [James S. Hatfield, manager]

Bushnell, Edward R.  “Story of the football uniform:   Pennsylvania-Princeton game         of 1876 marked the first use of distinctive suits,” (Nov. 1, 1947):  17, 44 and         45.

“Charlie Hardwick,” [Assistant ticket manager for the Army Athletic Association] (Oct.

        23, 1971):  11.

Christiansen, Bob and Bill Tuttle, “From blueprint to gridiron:  The Story of Army’s         football strategy,” Pointer, vol. 33, no. 3 (Oct. 7, 1955):  4-5.

Clary, Jack. “Army-Navy game:  An Emotional chapter in the Naval Academy’s history,”         (Dec. 2, 1995):  20-24, 26, 28, 30, 32-33, 35-36, and 39.

_____.  “Back in Baltimore!” (Dec. 2, 2000):  16-18, 22,, 24, 26-28, 30, 32, 34, 36 and         39.

_____.  “Back to the future…Army-Navy style,” (Dec. 5, 1992):  16-19, 22 and 24-        25.

_____.  “The Captains:  The coin toss,” (Dec. 3, 1988):  50-51, 52, 54, 56-58, 76, 78-79,

82, 86 and 88-89.

_____.  “College football Hall of Fame,” (Dec. 1987):  44-46, 48, 50-52, 54-55, 57,

        72-76 and 78-80.

_____.  “Covering Army-Navy for forty years…,” (Dec. 1984):  26-29, 31, 33, 100,

        103-104, 106 and 108-109.

_____.  “December 7, 1941…lest we forget,” (Dec. 7, 1991):  16-19, 22 and 24-25.

_____.  “Five for the ages:  Army Navy,” (Dec. 3, 1994):  20-22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 33-        34 and 39.

_____.  “The Glory years (1941-50),” (Oct. 6, 1990):  40-41.

_____.  “Heads or tails?  Most Army-Navy game captains don’t recall their choice, yet         can provide vivid memories from their final games,” (Dec. 5, 1998):  20-28, 30-        31 and 34-35.

_____.  “Monumental victory,” (Dec. 4, 1993):  14-16 and 19-22.

_____.  “1-2 punches:  Dynamic duos of college football,” (Oct. 13, 1990).

_____.  “The Record holders,” (Dec. 1980):  99-102, 105-106, 108-110, 113-114 and

        117-121.

_____.  “True grit,” (Dec. 7, 2002):  16-17 and 19-22.

_____.  “Under fire,” (Dec. 4, 2004):  18-20, 22, 25-26.

_____.   “Unsung heroes of the service classic,” (Dec. 2, 1978):  107-110, 112, 114-

        116, 118, 120, 123-124, 126-128, 130, 133, 136, 138-139.

_____.  “Upon the fields of friendly strife,” (Nov. 19, 1988):  70-71.

Cohane, Tim. “Golden age, golden memories of Yale and Army,” (Oct. 4, 1986):  83.

_____.  “The Pointer presents Tim Cohane on Army football,” Pointer, vol. 25, no. 2 (Sept. 24, 1948):  8-9.

_____.   “When Rockne came to West Point,” (Oct. 20, 1973):  34-35.

“College football’s first game,” (Oct. 8, 1994):  126 and 128.

“Commander In Chief’s Trophy,” (Nov. 5, 1977):  2; (Sept. 15, 1985):  79; (Sept. 12,

        1987):  89; Bob Beretta, “A Season worth remembering:  Cadets claim inaugural         commander in chief’s trophy,” (Nov. 7, 1992):  26-27; Bob Beretta, “Mystical         cadets cop 1972 CIC trophy,” (Oct. 18, 1997):  82-83.

[Conference USA] “Army to join Conference USA,” (Sept. 6, 1996):  80; Mike Albright,         “Many benefits await Army in C-USA,” (Sept. 27, 1997):  82-83; “The Commish:          C-USA Commissioner Mike Slive speaks out,” (Sept. 19, 1998):  81..

Crane, Conrad C.  “A Glance at Army – B.C.:  Series tied at wins apiece,” (Oct. 5, 1985):  

        121.

_____.   “Army-Rutgers:  Going way back,” (Sept. 21, 1985):  58-59.

_____.  “Army-Yale:  Steeped in tradition:  Series resumes after 30-year hiatus,” (Oct. 5,

        1985):  58-59.

_____.   “The Development of the game,” (Sept. 15, 1985):  121.

_____.  “A Look at Army – Colgate:  Teams gear up for 23rd meeting,” (Oct. 26, 1985):  

        58-59.

_____.  “A Look at Army-Holy Cross:  Army leads series, 11-3-1,” (Nov. 2, 1985):  121.

_____ and CPT Patrick J. Cooney.  “The Real heroes of Army football:  

        Serving beyond the football field,” (Oct. 20, 1984):  76-77.

Cunney, George A.  “I Remember, I remember:  A Picture of the scenes in which the         Army-Navy series was resumed in 1899,” (Dec. 1934):  25, 84 and 86-90.

Cunningham, Bill.  “These Army eligibility rules:  An Ex-reformer discusses the

        Military Academy’s point of view,” (Nov. 11, 1933):  7, 41 and 51.

Davis, Parke H.  “Seven presidents talk football:  Chief executors found much to

        commend in gridiron game,” (Nov. 25, 1933):  21 and 74.

Dickey, Glenn.  “Famous alumni of the college gridiron,” (Nov. 9, 1985):  49, 51-52 and

        54.

Dineen, Joe. “Army standouts:  The Early years,” (Sept. 15, 1990):  44.

_____.  “The Birth of the black & gold,” (Sept. 18, 1976):  6-7.

_____.  “Ed Pillings, head trainer,” (Oct. 11, 1980):  37.

_____.  “The Equipment room,” (Nov. 17, 1973):  34.

_____.  “The ‘Knuckle bunch’ crunch,” (Oct. 11, 1980):  15 and 17.

_____.  “Nostalgia breeds a king of the running backs,” (Nov. 12, 1977):  4-5.

_____.  “100 years of Army football,” (Nov. 3, 1990):  40-41.

_____.  “Seeds of victory, 1890-1918,” (Sept. 15, 1990):  40-41.

_____.  “Special team assignment is far from football intermission,” (Oct. 24, 1981):  30-

        31.

_____.  “Versatility in a size 16 shoe,” (Oct. 22, 1977):  6-7.

Egan, Terry, “Return to excellence,” (Nov. 3, 1990):  40-41.

Elliott, Len.  “The Strangest game,” [Army and Notre Dame, 6-6 tie, 1935] (Oct. 20,

        1975):  30-31.

Feinstein, John, “One-game season…one game for our nation,” (Dec. 1, 2001):  18-20         and 23-24.

“First Army-Navy game,” Pointer, vol. 27, no. (Nov. 18, 1949):  11 and 26.

“Flying football players…” (Oct. 3, 1942).

“Football context at West Point:  Tars of Annapolis run rough-shod over Army, first         intercollegiate game of Academy’s history,” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 13 (Feb. 26,         1937):  20.

“Football pays dividends,” (Nov., 1954):  12 and 32-33.

Garver, John, “Football – 1951,” Pointer, vol., 29, no. 1 (Sept. 7, 1951):  22.

Gillespie, LTC Alexander G. (Class of 1905) “West Point football thirty years ago,”         Pointer, vol. 9, no. 13 (Mar. 4, 1932):  6-7 and 26-27.

 “Grid greats gather,” (Oct. 28, 1967):  2-4.

“Hall of fame:  25 former Black Knights enshrined,” (Sept. 6, 2003):  120-124.

[Heisman Trophy, John Heisman] Joe Dineen, “Army and the Heisman Trophy,” (Oct.         29, 1977):  6 and 36; Richmond, Nick Peters.  “Jay Berwanger:  The First Heisman Trophy winner,” (Sept. 22, 1979):  36 and 45; “…a football legend,” (Nov. 10,         1979):  36 and 45; “The Heisman Trophy…is forever…” (Dec. 1979):  98-100,         103-104, 106-108, 110, 112, 114, 116, 119-120, and 122-123; “Heisman Trophy,”         (Oct. 19, 1985):  117;         Joe Dineen, “Army’s Heisman trophies – A Personal         perspective,” (Sept. 24, 1987):  64-65.

Herbert, COL Morris J.  “Army football managers – A Very special group,” (Oct.  26,

        1985):  54-55.

“History of the Peach Bowl,” (Dec. 31, 1985):  46.

Huzinec, Mary.  “Officially speaking:  The Men in the striped shirts,” (Sept. 17, 1988).

Hyman, Mark.  “Looking for clues:  How the players gain an edge,” (Nov. 12, 1983):  22,

        24-26.

Island, Greg and Joe Dineen.  “The Beginning of Army football,” (Oct. 28, 1972).

Jones, LTC Lawrence McC.  “Army heroes, twice over:  West Point football stars of         other years are now performing brilliantly on battlefields,” (Nov. 21, 1942):          11 and 36.

Kelley, Robert F.  “More than a game of football the Army-Navy game,” (Nov. 1936).

Kelly, E. L.  “Twenty years after [1908],” Pointer, vol. 6, no. 2 (Sept. 14, 1928):  7 and         28.

Kirk, Neville T., “Football flashbacks…” Pointer, vol. 24, no. 7 (Nov. 29, 1946):  6-7,          26-27 and 31.

“The Legal uniform,” (Sept. 20, 1986).

[Lombardi Award] “College linemen competing for prestigious Lombardi Award,” (Sept.         19, 1981):  73.

Martin, W. Thornton.  “The Day of days for cadets and middies:  Johnny Plebe and

        Tommy Dumbguard whoop it up when their elevens meet,” (Nov. 25, 1933):  

        19 and 62.

Murphy, J. J., “Behind the scenes:  Roland Bevan – Football trainer,” Pointer, vol. 23, no.         5 (Nov. 2, 1945):  20.

“National championships,” (Oct. 19, 1985):  148-149.

Navy who played the game,” (Dec. 3, 1932):  23 and 66.

Nelson, Lindsey.  “I Like college football,” (Sept. 18, 1965).

Old timers in football become nation’s leaders:  All-Americans and letter winners of         by-gone days find fame as admirals, generals, coaches and business         administrators (Dec. 1953):  159

“Only yesterday:  Army football heroes of other years,” Pointer, vol. 10, no. 2 (Sept.

        23, 1932):  6.

Palladino, Ernie.  “Army scouting report:  Cadets rush to victory,” (Dec. 22, 1984):  22-

        23.

_____.  “Army sinks Navy:  Captures Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy,” (Dec. 22, 1984):  

        23.

Partlow, Frank and Pete Gleichenhaus, “Army and the bowl games,” Pointer, vol. 37, no.         7 (Dec. 18, 1959):  12-13 and 26.

Pollock, Edwin J.  “Army-Navy game:  America’s football classic: Cadets and

        Midshipmen resume series on Franklin Field,” (Dec. 3, 1932):  13, 43 and 45-

        46.

[Poole, Barney] “A Salute to…” (Oct. 26, 1974):  30-31.

Rudolph, Jack W.  “Army football from 1890-1908,” Pointer, vol. 8, no. 1 (Sept. 12,         1930):  26.

_____.  “The Saga of the goat and the mule,” Pointer, vol. 9, no. 7 (Dec. 4, 1931):  8-9         and 32 (Army – Navy football early days).

“Record book:  Army football facts,” (Sept. 24, 1987):  94, 96, 98, 100 and 102.

Rice, Grantland.  “The Four horsemen,” (Oct. 19, 1957).

Riordan, Leo.  “Eleven gentlemen from West Point:  The Story of how football started at         Military Academy,” (Oct. 31, 1942):  28-29 and 33-34.

Roter, C. R., “Under the mural,” Pointer, vol. 23, no. 5 (Nov. 2, 1945):  19 and 24.

Rudolph, Jack W., “The Forty years’ war:  A Chronicle of the rivalry between a bull dog

        and a mule,” Pointer, vol. 10, no. 4 (Oct. 21, 1932):  8-9 and 25.

“Satisfying 41,000 ticket holders,” (Sept. 29, 1973):  30-31.

“Seven from the services enter Football Hall of Fame,” (Sept. 28, 1957).

Shelter, J. R., “A Contemporary look into that ‘Secret and dangerous mission’ we[ve all

        been hearing so much about,” Pointer, vol. 50, no. 6 (1973):  6-7.

Smith, William R., “Looking back on Army football,” Pointer,” vol. 6, no. 3 (Sept. 28,         1928):  7 and 27 [beginning years].

“Soccer style vs. conventional kicking,” (Oct. 25, 1980):  9 and 11.

Taylor, Craig E.  “Fifty years ago today – The Army-Navy game,” (Nov. 1976):  102-

        125.

Taylor, Craig E. “Your Army-Navy hit parade,” (Nov. 1951):  97.

“The Three-team concept,” (Sept. 26, 1964).

“The Trainer keeps the team together,” (Nov. 10, 1979):  46.

Trevor, George, “All-time service teams:  Composite Army and Navy elevens from

        great teams of past and present,” (Dec. 1934):  21 and 22-25.

Trevor, George, “Forty years of Army-Navy memories…” (Nov. 1930):  23, 75 and         9.

“A Unique breed, ‘I want a West Point football player’,” (Oct. 4, 1969):  42.

Vaccaro, Mike, “High stakes,” (Dec. 6, 2003):  18-20, 22 and 25.

Vidmer, Richards [Sports writer, New York Herald-Tribune] “Looking forward – and         back,” Pointer, vol. 13, no. 8 (Dec. 13, 1935):  18-19.

“Walter Camp:  The Father of college football,” (Oct. 25, 1980):  38 and 46.

Ward, N. P., III, “Football highlights of years gone by,” Pointer, vol. 11, no. 2 (Sept. 22,         1933):  8-9 and 32.

Wells, Capt. W. H., “Football at the Academy,” Pointer, vol. 8, no. 1 (Sept. 12, 1930):          28-29.

Wilson, John M., Thomas H. Farnsworth and James Moore, “Chicago’ moment as host in         1926,” Pointer, vol. 17, no. 7 (Dec. 1, 1939):  4-5 and 26-27.

Yates, Thom.  “Former Army stars now war heroes,” (Oct. 24, 1942):  17 and 37.

Yeutter, Franklin W.  “From cadet football to Army glory:  Many former players have         given         their all on the battlefield,” (Nov. 4, 1950):  11 and 18.

_____.   “What makes Army great?  The Answer:  Physical condition, discipline fighting         spirit and Coach Earl H. Blaik,” (Nov. 12, 1949):  11 and 54-55.

Football - Coaches

“Army coaches are young and experienced,” Pointer, vol. 9, no. 2 (Sept. 25, 1931):  25         and 32.

[Berry, Todd] “Up close with Todd Berry,” (Sept. 9, 2000):  7; “Head Coach Todd         Berry,” (Sept. 9, 2000):  20 and 22; “What they’re saying about Todd Berry,”         (Sept. 9, 2000):  24; “Head Coach Todd Berry,” (Sept. 8, 2001):  18 and 20; (Sept.         7, 2002):  18 and 20; (Sept. 6, 2003):  16 and 18.

[Blaik, Earl H., “Red”]  Murphy, J. J., “Behind the scenes:  Colonel Earl ‘Red’ Blaik,”         Pointer, vol. 23, no. 7 (Nov. 30, 1945):  21; Anders, Curt, “Meet ‘Red’ Blaik,”         Pointer, vol. 25, no. 2 (Sept. 24, 1948):  12-13 and 27-28; Danzig, Allison. “Red         Blaik,” (Oct. 30, 1948):  11 and 39; Herbert, M. J., “An Interview         with Colonel         Blaik,” Pointer, vol. 27, no. 2 (Sept. 23, 1949):  21; Arthur Sampson, “Earl Blaik:          You can’s get         mad at         the guy,” (Oct. 22, 1949):  9, 45 and 49; Herbert, M. J.,         “Coach of the year… Earl H. Blaik,” Pointer, vol. 27, no. 8 (Dec. 21, 1949):  19;         Bart, John F., “The Blaik system,” Pointer, vol. 28, no. 2 (Sept. 29, 1950):  3-5         and 28; “Col. Blaik’s article in Collier’s causes great controversy,” Pointer, vol.         28, no.4 (Oct. 27, 1950):  18; “Thirteen of Colonel Blaik’s best playing their last         game,” Pointer, vol. 28, no. 6 (Nov. 30, 1949):  12 and 26; Shaler, “Blaik looks at         the Army team,” Pointer, vol. 31, no. 2 (Sept. 25, 1953):  14 and 28; “Mollicone,         Dick, “The Wife of Army’s coach,” Pointer, vol. 32, no. 6 (Nov. 26, 1954):  14-        15; Murchison, Tim, “The Pointer interview… Colonel Blaik,” Pointer, vol. 33,         no. 2 (Sept. 23, 1955):  4 and 20; Miller, Ray, “Talking with Blaik,” Pointer, vol.         34, no. 1 (Sept. 7, 1956):  16 and 28; Miller, Ray, “’Blaick calls the show;”         Pointer, vol. 35, no. 2 (Sept. 27, 1957):  20 and 22; …Director of Athletics and         Head Football Coach…” (Oct. 1, 1955):  13; (Nov. 1958); Red Smith, “Great         deceptions,” (Nov. 1958):  139-140; Gleichenhaus, D. Peter, “Not long gone:          Unforgotten,” Pointer, vol. 38, no. 5 (Nov. 25, 1960):  17; Joe Dineen, “Earl         Blaik,” (Sept. 25, 1976):  6-7; “Blaik’s best,” (Oct. 2, 1976):  6-7, Joe Dineen,         “Tribute to Colonel Earl “Red” Blaik,” (Sept. 30, 1978):  7 and 27-28; Patrick J.         Cooney, “A Reunion of some of the best:  COL Earl ‘Red’ Blaik honored,” (Nov.         15, 1986):  16-17; Eric Blinderman, “A Lasting tribute to a West Point legend,”         (Oct. 24, 1987):  60-61; Bob Beratta, “Dawn of a new era,” (Oct. 29, 1994):  89.

[Cahill, Tom] Eielson, John, “A Chat with Coach Tom Cahill,” Pointe, vol. 37, no. 8         (Jan. 15, 1960):  19; “The Pointer sports personality of the month:  Thomas B.         Cahill,” Pointer, vol. 44, no. 5 (Jan. 27, 1967):  31; “An Interview with Coach         Cahill,” Pointer, vol.         48, no. 8 (May 1971):  9; Eric Blinderman, “Recalling 1967         with ‘The coach’,” (Oct. 24, 1987):  64-65 and “Cadets renew success under         Cahill,” (Oct. 15, 1988):  75-76; Mervin D. Hyman, “Fighting the high tide,”         (Oct. 27, 1990):  40-41; Bob Kinney, “A Man for the Corps:  Remembering         former Coach Tom Cahill,” (Nov. 21. 1992):  26-27.

[Cavanaugh, Ed] Joe Dineen, “Another chance to build,” (Sept. 13, 1980):  15 and 17.

[Daly, Charles Dudley] Gene L. Ward, Jr., “A Tribute to Charles Dudley Daly,” (Oct. 4,         1980):  37.

[Davidson, GEN Gar] “Lieutenant Davidson next head coach,” Pointer, vol. 10, no. 4

        (Oct. 21, 1932):  21; “The New Army attack…and the attackers,” Pointer, vol. 13,

        no. 3 (Oct. 4, 1935):  21; “While gridirons are covered with snow,” Pointer, vol.         13, no. 11 (Jan. 31, 1936):  23 and 30; “Gar Davidson…” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 7

        (Dec. 4, 1936):  5; Eric Blinderman, “Remember When…A Tribute to Gar

        Davidson,” (Nov. 12, 1988):  75; Bo Bill, “A Tradition is born,” (Sept. 22, 1990):

        40-41.

[Dietzel, Paul]  Simocox, Tom, “A New era begins…” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 8 (Jan. 26,

        1962):  5.

Gillman [Sidney] “Gillman for Hickman, Pointer, vol. 25, no. 16 (Apr. 16, 1948):  26.

Hall, Dale S. [Head Coach] Witzel, Ron, “The Pointer presents:  Dale Hall,” Pointer, vol.

        36, no. 11 (Feb. 27, 1959):  18 and 31; (Sept. 17, 1960):  11; Byrne, Don, “Dale

        Hall – Head Coach,” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 2 (Sept. 29, 1961):  19 and 29; Mike

Albright, “Hall leaves legacy as coach and player,” (Nov. 18, 1995):  89.

“The Head coaches:  Captain Garrison H. Davidson,” (Oct. 23, 1937): 19.

[Hickman, Herman] Sanger, Mike, “The Pointer talks to Herman Hickman,” Pointer, vol.         23, no. 4 (Oct. 19, 1945):  32.

[Holcomb, Stuart]  Murphy, J. J., “Behind the scenes:  Football End Coach and         Basketball Head Coach,” Pointer, vol. 23, no. 6 (Nov. 16, 1945):  18.

Leary, Robert P., “Army’s coaches…  Blaik adds Warmath, Lombardi,” Pointer, vol. 26,         no. 20 (June 3, 1949):  12-13.

[Lombardi, Vincent T.] (Oct. 18, 1952); Gene L. Ward, Jr., “Memories of Vince         Lombardi,” (Oct. 28, 1978):  30.

[Novak, Leo] “Sidelights on Novak, Army coach,” Pointer, vol. 5, no. 8 (Dec. 24, 1927):  

        24, 26-30.

[Mumford, John] “Army Interim Head Coach…” (Dec. 6, 2003):  62.

[Parcells, Duane Charles “Bill”] “Army associate coaches,” (Sept. 28, 1968):  36-37.

[Rockne, Knute] Riley, Richard A., “Knute Rockne – man of Notre Dame,” Pointer, vol.         14, no. 5 (Nov. 6, 1936):  6-7.

[Ross, Bobby] Bob Beretta, “Back where he belongs,” (Sept.11, 2004):  5; “Army

        football Head Coach Bobby Ross,” (Sept. 11, 2004):  16-18..

[Saban, Lou] ‘An Interview with Army’s new head coach, Lou Saban,” Pointer, vol. 55,         no. 6 (Apr. 1979):  3-5; Joe Dineen, “Army’s Lou Saban unafraid of a challenge,”         (Sept. 15, 1979):  27-28; “…master builder,” (Sept. 22, 1979).

[Sasse, Major Ralph] “Army’s coaching millennium:  Sasse builds team on expert staff,

        Pointer, vol. 10, no. 2 (Sept. 23, 1932):  7 and 32.

[Shuck, Jim] “Head Coach Jim Shuck {VMI}(Sept. 22, 1990):  59.

[Smith, Homer] Mourtos, Deno, “Homer’s odyssey reaches West Point,” Pointer, vol. 50

        (1973):  4-5; Sunny Jones, “At home with Homer,” (Sept. 17, 1777):  6; “Army

        head Coach…” (Dec. 2, 1978):  30.

[Sutton, Bob] “Head Coach…” (Sept. 14, 1991):  12 and 14; Bob Beretta.  “Army:  A         Man of his own,” (Oct. 12, 1991):  26-27; “Head Coach Bob Sutton,” (Sept. 12,         1992):  10-11; “Army-Navy:  Army Head Coach Bob Sutton,” (Dec. 5, 1992):          30; Head Coach Bob Sutton, (Sept. 11, 1993):  22-23; (Dec. 4, 1993):  28 and 30;    

            (Sept. 10, 1994):  20 and 22; (Sept. 9, 1995):  19 and 22; (Sept. 14, 1996):  20 and         22; (Sept. 6, 1997):  20 and 22; Mike Albright, “Sutton, Gregory ‘pack away’         honors,” [Boby Dodd National Coach of the Year Award] (Sept. 6, 1997):  81;         “Head Coach Bob Sutton,” (Sept. 12, 1998):  20 and 22.

[Taaffe, Charlie] “Head Coach…,” [Citadel] (Sept. 24, 1987):  81; “Head Coach Charlie          Taaffe,” (Oct. 22, 1994):  102.        

[Wood, William H.] “Academy welcomes new head coach,” Pointer, vol. 16, no. 1 (Sept.         9, 1938):  26.

[Young, Jim] “Army’s Coach…” (Dec. 22, 1984):  26-27; “Head coach…” (Sept. 15,         1985):  20-21; Bo Gill, “Head Coach:  Jim Young,” (Dec. 31, 1985):  93-94;         (Sept. 12, 1987):  22-23; “Head Football Coach Jim Young,”(Dec. 1987):  84;         “Head Coach Jim Young,” (Sept. 10, 1988); “Army Head Coach Jim Young,“         (Dec. 24, 1988):  38 and 40.Head Coach Jim Young,” (Sept. 15, 1990):  14, 16         and 18; Bob Kinney, “An Old friend marches on,” (Nov. 3, 1990):  36-37; Bob         Kinney, “Remember when…Army Young unveils the ‘bone,” (Sept. 14, 1991):          55.

Football – Players

[Abrams, Creighton Williams, Jr.] Mike Daquino, “Army: …West Point’s action-leader,”

        (Oct. 26, 1991):  22-23.

[Adams, Glen]  Alexander, Bill, “Pointer profile:  Glen Adams,” Pointer, vol. 38, no 5 (Nov. 25, 1960):          15.

[Alexander, Aaron] Mick Albright, “Hard to keep down:  Unflappable demeanor helps         Aaron Alexander succeed, junior wide-out etching name throughout record         book,” (Nov. 15, 2003):  6-7.

[Amey, Ty]  Mike Albright, “Great escape: Ty Amey leaves Los Angeles streets behind,         blossoms at USMA,” (Sept. 12, 1998):  6-7.

[Anderson, Robert Paul] Simcox, Tom, “Robert Paul Anderson, Pointer, vol. 37, no. 5         (Nov. 20, 1959):  9; Mike Albright, “Running into the Hall,” (Nov. 20, 2004):  5.

[Andrzejewski, Paul] Bob Beretta, “A Catch above the rest,” (Sept. 11, 1993):   58-59.

[Arciero, Bob]  Bob Beretta.  “Army from side-lines to war lines Arciero stands tall,”

        (Sept. 14, 1991):  26-27.

“Army captains and coaches,” (Oct. 11, 1930):  23; (Oct. 14, 1933)

“Army football greats,” (1949).

“Army football in the early 90’s:  First game was with its service rival, the Navy,” (Nov.

        1, 1930):  9 and 29.

“The Army football player…scholar first, athlete second,” (Sept. 12, 1970):  4-5 and 26.

[Aucoin, David] Joe Dineen, “Army’s Aucoin gets his kicks,” (Oct. 20, 1979):  27-28.

[Barclay, Jim] Bob Beretta, “Barclay’s boot saves the day,” (Sept. 15, 1990):  45.

[Begley, Neil] Joe Dineen, “Neil Begley:  Man on the move,” (Sept. 14, 1974):  30

[Benson, Joe] Mike Albright, “No nonsense:  Joe Benson isn’t flashy, he simply goes         quietly about his business,” (Sept. 19, 1998):  82-83.

Bettison, William R., Class of 1901.  “In retrospect…  former Army greats,” Pointer, vol.         28, no. 6 (Nov. 30, 1950):  30.

[Black, Doug] Bob Kinney, “Army’s Doug Black:  A Fullback on the way up,” (Oct. 6,         1984):  12-13;         “Army’s Doug Black:  From rags to riches,” (Dec. 22, 1984):  29;         Ron Mergenthaler, A Most unlikely hero,” (Nov. 3, 1990):  44; Eric Blinderman,         “Plowing his way to success:  Standout fullback Doug Black,” (Nov. 16, 2005):          12-13.

[Blackwell, Gene] Coleman, Dick, “Pointer profile…” Pointer, vol. 40, no. 1 (Sept. 7,         1962):  12 and 24.

[Blanchard, Felix “Doc”] Briscoe, Jerry, “Team and players grab all laurels,” Pointer,         vol. 22, no. 9 (Jan. 5, 1945):  20; “Felix ‘Doc’ Blanchard:  Turning back the         pages,” (Oct. 20, 1975):  28; “Excellence, inside and out,” [Doc Blanchard and         Glenn Davis] (Oct. 29, 1977):  28-29; Jack Clary, “Blanchard and Davis,” (Oct. 6,         1990):  44-45;         Tom Slear, “Calling out the Army:  Through Doc Blanchard and         Glen Davis won back-to-back Heisman Trophies and carried West Point to the top         of the college         football world, it was not without controversy,” (Oct. 9, 1993);         Bob Beretta, “’Mr. Outside’ and ‘Mr. Outside’,” (Nov. 5, 1994):  59; Jim         Campbell, “The Men         who revolutionized the game:   Mr. inside & Mr. outside,”         (Sept. 9, 2000):  96 and 98..

[Boyd, Earnest] Eric Blinderman, “Army’s big play man,” (Nov. 5, 1988):  11-12.

[Brathwaite, Odene] Christian Anderson, “Challenges conquered: Odene Brathwaite has         resiliently overcome adversity:  Junior battled through tough times at West Point         (Sept. 27, 2003):  6-7.

[Brewer, Delente] Mike Albright, “On an island:  Senior spotlight,” (Nov. 6, 2004):  6-7.

[Brock, Jim] Eric Blinderman, “Anchoring the defensive front:  Nose guard Jim Brock,”         (Sept. 27, 1986):  16-17.

[Brown, Robert] Mike Albright, “Brown inherited DB genes,” (Sept. 6, 1997):  6-7.

[Brundidge, Clennie] Joe Dineen, “A Leader on and off the field,” (Sept. 16, 1978):  30-        31.

[Bunker, Paul] Ball, Jim.  “…A Patchwork of greatness,” (Oct. 23, 1976):  30-31.

[Burger, Chris] Mike Albright, “Standing guard over his opportunities,” (Sept. 21, 2002):  

6-7.

[Cagle, Chris] Bo Gill, “Chris Cagle:  One of West Point’s best,” (Sept. 22, 1990):  44.

[Calame, Adrian] Mike Albright, “Calame proves that sacrifice has its rewards,” (Oct. 28,         1995):  106-107.

[Cantelupe, Jim]  Bob Beretta, “Blueprint for big-play success,” (Oct. 22, 1994):  90-91;         Mike Albright, “Army secondary:  ‘Playing on the edge’,” (Sept. 19, 1995):  92-        93; “Cantelupe keeps cadets focused, positive, hungry,” (Oct. 28, 1995):  90-91.

[Carpenter, Bill, Army Captain] Gleichenhaus, Pete, “The Lonely---- end,” Pointer, vol.         37, no. 2 (Oct. 9, 1959):  5 and 26; (Oct. 10, 1959):  15; (Nov. 1959):  145-159;         Doyle, Joe, “Reflections on Army-Notre Dame series:  Lonely end now a         quarterback in Viet Nam,” (Oct. 22, 1966); Jim Ball, “Bill Carpenter:  Army’s         only lonely end,” (Oct. 5, 1974):  30-31; Tim Cohane, “The Lonely end,” (Sept.         30, 1978):  30-31; Bob Beretta, “Army:  From folk hero to war hero,” (Sept. 28,         1991):  22-23.

[Carroll, Larry] Joe Dineen, “Larry Carroll fights back from injury to anchor Army         defense,” (Oct. 8, 1983):  43-44.

[Cass, Calvin] Bob Beretta, “Army’s forgotten man,” (Nov. 3, 1990):  12 and 33.

[Chachere, Erine] Joe Dineen, “Little ‘Big Man’,” (Nov. 10, 1973):  6-7.

[Chaloult, Steve]  Bob Beretta.  “Army:  The Brawn behind the ‘bone,” (Oct. 12, 1991):  

        16 and         18.

[Carpenter, Steve] Mike Albright, “’Bring it. Don’t sing it,” (Sept. 9, 1995):  90-91.

[Casp, Mike] “Pointer profile:  Mike Casp,” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 1 (Sept. 29, 1961):  17.

[Chambers, Lance] Bob Beretta, “Army:  Ruling Army’s ‘Chamber’ of horrors,” (Oct.

        26, 1991):  16 and 18.

_____.  “[Rob] Healy hopes to overcome inexperience after winning quarterback battle,”

        (Sept. 24, 1983):  6-7; Steve Amedio, “Soph QB Headly hopes to lead Army to         winning ways,” (Oct. 1, 1983):  57 and 59-60.

[Chapin, Carl M.] “Army-Yale beginnings:  Future major general catches a punt and         starts a long parade of woes for Eli and fun for customers,” (Oct. 27, 1934):  41         and 49.

[Chronister, Peel] Eric Blinderman, “The Last wall of defense:  Safeties Chance Conner         & Peel         Chronister,” (Nov. 1,         1986):  16-17.

[Chun, James] Bob Beretta, “Daring to be the best,” (Sept. 10, 1994):  90-91.

[Comeaux, Aris] Mike Albright,”’Grace of God’ delivers Comeaux to Army,” (Oct. 26,         2002):  6-7.

[Conner, Chance] Eric Blinderman, “Chance Conner – Army’s multiple threat,” (Sept.         26, 1987):  14-15; “The Last wall of defense:  Safeties Chance Conner & Peel         Chronister,” (Nov. 1,         1986):  16-17.

[Conroy, John] Bob Beretta, “Pride of the south side,” (Oct. 14, 1995):  90-91.

[Crawford, Tory] Eric Blinderman, “The Sweet sounds of success,”(Sept. 12, 1987):  14-        15.

[Culver, Tom] Byrne, Don, “Pointer profile…” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 6 (Dec. 1, 1961):  6-

        7.

[Currence, Bill] Bob Beretta, “Staying the course:  Persistence pays dividends for Bill

        Currence,” (Sept. 26, 1992):  22-23.

[Crawford, Tory] Bob Beretta, “Remember when…Crawford’s crew outlasts Leopards,”         (Oct. 20, 1990):  45.

[Czarnecki, Kevin] “Bob Beretta, “Battling the odds:  Career-threatening injury fails to

        subdue Kevin Czarnecki,” (Oct. 10, 1992):  22-23.

[Daniels, Curt] Bob Beretta, “Brothers in arms:  Senior spotlight,” (Oct. 9, 2004):  6-7.

[Davis, Chad] Bob Beretta, “Army’s little big man:  Spirited dual-sport standout stretches

        talents to limit,” (Nov. 14, 1992):  22-23.

[Davis, Dan] Bob Beretta, “The Back stops here:  Determined Davis focuses on

        stonewalling opponents,” (Nov. 21, 1992):  22-23.

[Davis, Glenn] Ball, Jim, “The Fabulous ‘Mr. Outside’,” (Nov. 10, 1973):  34-35;         “Excellence, inside and out,” [Doc Blanchard and Glenn Davis] (Oct. 29, 1977):          28-29; Jack Clary, “Blanchard and Davis,” (Oct. 6, 1990):  44-45; Bob Beretta,         “’Mr. Outside’ and ‘Mr. Outside’,” (Nov. 5, 1994):  59; Jim Campbell, “The Men         who revolutionized the game:   Mr. inside & Mr. outside,” (Sept. 9, 2000):  96         and 98.

[Davis, Joel] Mike Albright, “A Throwback mentality in a contemporary body,” (Nov.         18, 1995):  90-91.

[Dawkins, Mark] Bob  Beretta, “Army:  Dawkins leaves his mark,” (Nov. 2, 1991):  16

        and 18.

[Dawkins, Peter M.] (Nov. 1958):  76; Dineen, Joe, “Athlete, scholar, soldier

        extraordinaire,” (Oct. 29, 1977):  7 and 35; “A Lightning rod in the midst of         storm,” (Sept. 12, 1987):  130; “A Magical journey…1958 Heisman Trophy         Winner…” (Oct. 20,         2001):  11.

[Decker, T. D.]  “Decker accepts role as understudy, part-time starter,” (Nov. 1, 1980):          15 and 17.

[Destito, Chris] Bob Beretta, “’Holding’ the fate of the cadets,” (Nov. 12, 1988):  11-12.

[De Vries, Bob] Loupe, Bob, “Pointer profile…” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 5 (Nov. 17, 1961):  

        10-11.

[Dickerson, Rob] Eric Blinderman, “Meeting all challenges head-on (Sept. 13, 1986):          16-17.

[Dodrill, Brad] Joe Dineen, “Brad Dodrill:  Mr. reliable,” (Nov. 9, 1974):  28-29.

[Dodson, Clint] Bob Beretta, “A Footlocker filled with passion, talent and heart,” (Oct.         27, 2001):  4-5.

[Dodson, Walter K.]  Joe Dineen, “Dodson eyes future and football,” (Oct. 17, 1981):          30-31.

[Downs, Curt] Joe Dineen, “Success on a tricky knee,” (Oct. 8, 1977):  28-29 and 35.

[Eckert, Dick] Miller, Matt, “Pointer  profile:  Dick Eckert,” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 4 (Oct.         27, 1961):  12-13.

[Eisenhower, Dwight, Class of 1915] Joe Cahill, “When Eisenhower played football:          Injury cut short brilliant gridiron career of man now Allied Supreme         Commander,” (Oct. 30, 1948):  9 and 34; COL Nick Hawthorne, “Ike, the athletic         cadet,” (Sept. 15, 1990):  50; COL Nick Hawthorne, “Ike and football,” (Oct. 20,         1990): 50.

[Ellerson, John]  Bentson, Pete, “Pointer profile…” Pointer, vol. 40, no. 2 (Oct. 12,         1962):  1

[Enright, Dan] “Dan Enright:  A Coach’s captain at West Point,” (Sept. 26, 1981):  31         and 33.

[Escobedo, Mark] Bob Beretta, “More than just a matter of pride,” (Nov. 13, 1993):  58-

        59.

[Fahnestock, Mike] Joe Dineen, “Mike Fahnestock:  A Successful workaholic,” (Oct. 4,         1980):  15 and 17.

[Fink, Kingsley] “A Look back in Army football history,” (Nov. 7, 1981):  24.

[Frazier, Jason] Bob Beretta, “Son emulates father, and becomes a leader,” (Nov. 9,         2002):  6-7.

[Fuller, Duane] “Duane Fuller:  ‘Walk-on’ success,” (Sept. 18, 1976):  32.

[Gadson, Greg and Chuck Schretzman] Eric Blinderman, “Army’s pair of defensive         aces,” (Sept. 24, 1988):  11-12.

[Gay, Garland] Mike Albright, “Army secondary:  ‘Playing on the edge’,” (Sept. 19,         1995):  92-93.

[Gerena, Joe] Mike Albright, “Quarterback of character,” (Sept. 23, 2000):  4-5.

[Gentile, Jim]  Joe Dineen, “East meets west to shore up Army linebacker positions,”         (Oct. 24, 1983):  6-7.

[Gibson, Frank] Esselstein, Bill, “’Hoot’ Co-captains – 1960 Army football,” Pointer,         vol. 38, no. 1 (Sept. 16, 1960):  20 and 23.

[Gillogly, Scott] Joe Dineen, “Gillogly’s option is winning,” (Oct. 11, 1975).  

[Givens, Ed]  Bob Beretta, “Leading by example,” (Sept. 15, 1990):  12 and 33.

[Glover, Joel] Mike Albright, “Something in the war:  Senior spotlight,” (Oct. 2, 2004):          6-7.

[Goodwin, Derrick] Mike Albright, “Army’s ‘Mr. Consistency’,” (Sept. 9, 2000):  4-5.

[Grasch, Dave] Bob Kinney, “The Feet in Army football:  Craig Stopa and Dave         Grasch,” (Nov. 3, 1984):  12-13.

[Griffin, Eric] Eric Blinderman, “Bookends of the secondary,” (Sept. 29, 1984):  12-13.

[Griffiths, Ray] Eric Blinderman, “Ray Griffiths – Thriving on a challenge,” (Oct. 17,         1987):  14-15.

[Gutiernez, Kurt] Eric Blinderman, “Kurt Gutierrez and Tom Malloy:  Taking aim at the         enemy,” (Oct. 5, 1985):  12-13.

[Hall, Leamon] Joe Dineen, “The Arm and the man,” (Sept. 17, 1977):  7 and 35.

[Healy, Rob] Eric Blinderman, “Senior quarterback Rob Healy:  Coming into his own,”         (Oct. 5, 1985):  12-13; Bob Beretta, “Drawing upon their past,” (Oct. 22, 1994):          92-93.

[Henderson, Paul] Mike Albright, “Henderson seeks spiritual, physical precision,” (Sept.         15, 2001):  4-5.

[Hill, Brian] Mike Albright, “Film critic:  Brian Hill’s relentless preparation yields         results,” (Sept. 6, 2003):  6-7.

[Holden, Josh] Bob Beretta, “From gridiron to diamond, Holden shines,” (Sept. 28,         2002):  6-7.

[Holleder, Donald W., Class of 1956] Eric Blinderman, “Robin Olds & Don Holleder:          Gaining a piece of football immortality,” (Oct. 5, 1985):  54-55; Jack Clary, “Don         Holleder:  A Profile of courage,” (Oct. 20, 1990):  44.Bob Beretta,         “Army:  A         Hero amongst heroes,” (Sept. 14, 1991):  22-23.

[Holmes, Clarence] Mike Albright, “Holmes embodies the true meaning of family,” (Oct.         12, 2002):  6-7.

[Hurst, Zac] Mike Albright, “’Big Play’ spirit,” (Nov. 18, 2000):  4-5.

[Jancek, Jeff] Joe Dineen, “From tight end to tough tackle,” (Oct. 2, 1976):  32.

[Jarvis, Charlie] Bob Beretta, “Budding rivalry blossoms:  Jarvis sparkles as Army

        buzzes Air Force in Colorado debut,” (Nov. 7, 1992):  30.

“Johnston [Chuck] finds a home at center,” (Nov. 11, 1978):  7.

[Jones, Clarence and Benny Wright] Eric Blinderman, “Army’s one-two punch…” (Oct.         18, 1986):  16-17.

[Jordan, Sean] Eric Blinderman, “Sean Jordan:  Starting from scratch,” (Oct. 1, 1988):          11-12.

[Kenna, Doug] Mike Albright, “Kenna directs Army grid resurgence,” (Sept. 9, 1995):  

89.

[Kent, Ryan] Bob Beretta, “Standing out in front:  Ryan Ken leads with actions first,         words second, two-time captain anchors Army’s veteran defense,” (Oct. 18,         2003):  6-7.

[Kernan, Captain Jim] (Nov. 1957):  100.

[Kerr, Jon] Bob Beretta, “Standing tall before the Corps,” (Sept. 24, 1994):  92-93.

[Kessler, Dan] “Dan Kessler’s unique off-season training program,” (Oct. 2, 1981):  30-        31.

[King, Greg] Joe Dineen, “Greg King, versatile workhorse,” (Sept. 11, 1976):  32.

[Lane, John] Bob Beretta, “A Leader among leaders,” (Oct. 2, 1993):  58-59; “Looking         out for tomorrow,” (Oct. 15, 1994):  89.

[Lennox, Mike] “Army brings Lone Star talent to Texas,” (Sept. 16, 2000):  56.

[Lewis, Jonathan] Todd Merriett, “Roadmap to future player spotlight:  Jonathan Lewis         selected West         Point for many reasons, junior DB  usually draws opponent’s top         receiver,” (Sept. 20, 2003):  6-7.

[Liepold, Ken] Joe Dineen, “Ken Liepold,” (Sept. 27, 1975).

[Lord, Scot] Jon Terry, “Mental tuneup sparks Lord,” (Nov. 15, 1997):  82-83.

[McAda, Ronnie] “McAda continues record attack,” (Sept. 14, 1996):  81.

[McElrath, Mike] Bob Beretta, “Army:  A Defensive stopper comes of age,” (Sept. 28,

        1991):  16 and 18; “Man with a mission:  Army free safety leads by example,”

        (Sept. 12, 1992):  22-23; Hitachi, Ltd. And the College Football Association,         “Investing in America’s future,” (Sept. 25, 1993):  57.

[McCracken, David] Bob Beretta, “Country calls West Point to duty once more,” (Oct. 6,         2001):  6-7.

[McKelvy, Kermit] Eric Blinderman, “Bookends of the secondary,” (Sept. 29, 1984):  12-

        13.

[McMillian, Willie] Bob Beretta, “Sharing the load,” (Oct. 6, 1990):  12 and 33 and                  “Army patience pays dividends for McMillian,” (Sept. 21, 1991):  16 and 18.

[McWilliams, Bryan] Bob Beretta, “Sharing the load,” (Oct. 6, 1990):  12 and 33.

[McNally, Drick] Bob Beretta, “Author unlikely story,” (Oct. 21, 2000):  4-5.

[Makovee, Mike] Bob Beretta, “A Profile in courage,” (Sept. 24, 2004):  90-91 and 105.

[Malloy, Tom] Eric Blinderman, “Kurt Gutierrez and Tom Malloy:  Taking aim at the         enemy,” (Oct. 5, 1985):  12-13.

[March, Stan] “Stan March:  Leadership his calling card,” (Sept. 20, 1980):  15 and 17;                 Annebet McEliece, “Army:  Balancing the best in brains and brawn,” (Sept. 28,         1991):  26-27.

[Mayweather, Mike] Eric Blinderman, “A Sophomore in a class by himself” (Sept. 10,         1988):  11-12; Bob Beretta, “(Nov. 3, 1990):  12 and 33.

[Meyer, Monk] Eric Blinderman, “Army’s fourth gold medal winner – Monk Meyer,”         (Sept. 12, 1987):  64-65; Mike Albright, “Monk Meyer:  A Standout in any         crowd,” (Oct. 14, 1995):  89.

[Michie, Dennis Mahan] “The Founder of Army football – Dennis Michie…” (Nov. 10,         1945):  7-; Eileen Herrick, “Army:  Dennis Michie:  The Father of Army

        football,” (Nov. 16, 1991):  22-23; Mike Albright, “Michie’s legacy:  100 years         after his death, football thrives at USMA,” (Sept. 12, 1998):  81.

[Miller, Jason] Bob Beretta, “The Long and winding road,” (Oct. 30, 1993):  58-59.

[Mitroka, Jim] John Tweedly, “Captain Jim Mitroka:  An Optimistic outlook for Army         football,” (Sept. 10, 1983):  7.

[Moore, Lynn] “Army’s 1969 grid captain,” (Oct. 4, 1969):  43.

[Mullen, Jamar] Mike Albright, “Army’s good fortune:  Maryland snub points Jamar         Mullen cadets’ way,” (Sept. 12, 1998):  82-83.

[Neyland, Robert R.] Gibson Smith, “Neyland at West Point,” (Sept. 22, 1984):  103.

Nolan, D. A., Jr. “Army’s All Americans,” Pointer, vol. 13, no. 6 (Nov. 15, 1935):  8.

[Noto, Anthony] Bob Beretta, “Battling back the pain,” (Oct. 20, 1990):  12 and 33.

[Old, Robin]  Eric Blinderman, “Robin Olds & Don Holleder:  Gaining a piece of         football immortality,” (Oct. 5, 1985):  54-55.

[Oliphant, Elmer]  Barber, R. E., “In retrospect…most colorful if not the greatest athlete         in West Point history, Pointer, vol. 28, no. 8 (Dec. 22, 1950):  20-23;

        Gleichenhaus, Peter, “The Wonderful Mr. ‘O.,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 11 (Feb. 27,

        1959):  8.

[Oliver, Edrian] Bob Beretta, “Army:  The Long and winding road,” (Nov. 16, 1991):  

        18.

[Oliver, Eric] Bob Beretta, “Standing tall before the Corps,” (Sept. 24, 1994):  92-93.

[Olsen, Eric] Mike Albright, “Mental imagery:  Strength, toughness and mental focus set         kicker Eric Olsen apart from the crowd,” (Nov. 14, 1998):  90-91.

[Pavek, Doug] Bob Beretta, “Drawing upon their past,” (Oct. 22, 1994):  92-93.

[Petkus, Bret] Bob Beretta, “Changing of the guard (and tackle),” (Sept. 22, 1990):  12         and 33.

[Peterson, Andy]  “A Change for the better,” (Oct. 24, 1987):  14-15.

[Pirog, John] Bob Beretta, “Towering above the rest:  Senior overcomes headaches to

        anchor offensive line,” (Oct. 31, 1992):  22-23.

[Pung, Hans] Bob Beretta, “Standing tall before the Corps,” (Sept. 24, 1994):  92-93.

[Rambuschl, Bit] Eric Blinderman, “Army’s foot soldiers coming through,” (Nov. 14,

        1987):  14-15.

[Reed, Ron] Bob Beretta, “’New breed’, anchors defense,” (Oct. 20, 1990):  12 and 33.

[Rice, Ron] Ron Egan, “Punch and drive:  Rice and Smith,” (Dec. 31, 1985):  107-109.

[Richardson, Rod] “Disproving the doubters:  Rod Richardson believed those who said         he was “too small’ to be a grid success,” (Nov. 14, 1998):  82-83.

[Roberts, Al] Mike Albright, “Roberts quietly gives, demands respect,” (Sept. 19, 1995):          90-91.

[Roney, John]  Joe Dineen, “East meets west to shore up Army linebacker positions,”         (Oct. 24, 1983):  6-7.

[Roper, Rick] Bob Beretta, “A Long shot that’s come in,” (Oct. 16, 1993):  58-59; “An         Unexpected new beginning,” (Nov. 5, 1994):  90-91.

[Ross, Joe] Bob Beretta, “Leading by example,” (Oct. 15, 1994):  90-91.

[Roth, John] “Army captain,” (Sept. 18, 1971):  31.

[Salmon, Paul] Cadets reload for title drive,” (Oct. 9, 1993):  123.

[Sarn, Jim] Borkowski, Tom, “Pointer profile…” Pointer, vol. 40, no. 4 (Nov. 29, 1962):          9.

[Sartino, Joe]  Joe Dineen, “Sartiano, [Craig] Stopa are Army’s best foot soldiers,” (Nov.         5, 1983):  6-7.

[Sassaman, Nate] Eric Blinderman, “Sassaman back in the saddle,” (Sept. 15, 1984):  12-        13.

[Sheble, Tyler] “Army brings Lone Star talent to Texas,” (Sept. 16, 2000):  56.

[Smith, Arlen] Bob Beretta, “Army:  The Long and winding road,” (Nov. 16, 1991):  16.

[Smith, Calvin] “Army brings Lone Star talent to Texas,” (Sept. 16, 2000):  56.

[Smith, Don] Eric Blinderman, “Don Smith:…A leader for all reasons,” (Sept., 15,         1985):  12-13; Ron Egan, “Punch and drive:  Rice and Smith,” (Dec. 31, 1985):          107-109.

[Smith, Maurio] Mike Albright,  “Smith investing time, not spending time,” (Sept. 7,         2002):  6-7.

[Staerkel, Al] Joe Dineen, “Al Staerkel for the defense,” (Nov. 2, 1974):  6 and 27.

[Stark, Charles W., Class of 1937]  “As the ‘B’ Squad goes __so goes the varsity,” (Oct.         12, 1935):  16 and 28.

[Steffy, Joe] Joe Dineen, “A Hall of Fame day for Joe Steffy,” (Oct. 17, 1987):  64-65;         Eric Blinderman, “A Salute to:  Newburgh’s Joe Steffy, Outland Trophy Winner,”         (Sept. 15, 1984):  60-61; Bob Beretta, “Clearing the path to greatness,” (Sept. 16.         1995):  89.

[Stichweth, Rollie] Bob Beretta, “Stichweh scores a coup,” (Oct. 27, 1990):  44.

[Stopa, Craig] Joe Dineen, “Sartiano, Stopa are Army’s best foot soldiers,” (Nov.         5,         1983):  6-7; Eric Blinerman,“Putting his best foot forward:  Record-setting kicker         Craig Stopa,” (Nov. 2, 1985):  12-13; Bob Kinney, “The Feet in Army football:          Craig Stopa and Dave Grasch,” (Nov. 3, 1984):  12-        13.

[Stover, Ed] Mike Albright, “Stover a ‘time bomb’ ready to explode,” (Nov. 4, 1995):  

        90-91.

[Suitonu, Chad] Mike Albright, “Prize worth the fight:  Chad Suitonu nearly ended his         West Point career before it began,” (Oct. 17, 1998):  82-83.

[Sullivan, Will] Mike Albright, “Living on the outside:  Senior spotlight,” (Sept. 11,         2004):  6-7.

[Sutton, Jascon] Bob Beretta, “Taking his rightful place,” (Sept. 25, 1993):  58-59.

[Thomas, Kirk] Joe Dineen,“Yong, eager, and loves to hit,” (Nov. 12, 1977):  32.

[Thompson, Omari] Mike Albright, “A Shining light on the road less traveled,” (Oct. 6,         2001):  4-5.

[Thorson, Mike] Annebet McEliece, “Army:  Balancing the best in brains and brawn,”                  (Sept. 28, 1991):  26-27.

[Tomasits, Ray] Mike Albright, “Army secondary:  ‘Playing on the edge’,” (Sept. 19,         1995):  92-93.

[Trent, John C., Class of 1949] Garver, John, “The Football Writers Association of         America trophy awarded to football’s man of the year for service, 1949 – Lt. John         C. Trent, USA,” Pointer, vol. 28, no. 14 (Mar. 23, 1951):  5.

[Tucker, Arnold] Mike Albright, “With Tucker, cadets don’t miss a beat,” (Nov. 4,         1995):  89.

[Turrell, Doug] Joe Dineen, “’Adaptable’ is Turrell’s middle name,” (Oct. 28, 1978):  

        27.

[Usry, Don]  Gaither, Harold, “Don Usry…” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 5 (Nov. 20, 1959):  16         and 37-38.

[Vanderbush, Al] Sager, Lee, “’Bush’ C0-captains  -- 1960 Army football,” Pointer, vol.         38, no. 1 (Sept. 16, 1960):  20 and 23.

“Varsity lettermen who served as USMA First Captains,” Bob Beretta (Oct. 26, 1991):  

        26-27.

[Vaughn, Kevin] Bob Beretta, “A Change for the better,” (Oct. 29, 1994):  90-91.

[Waddell, Rick] Annebet McEliece, “Army:  Balancing the best in brains and brawn,”         (Sept. 28, 1991):  26-27.

[Walker, Gerald] Donn Esmonde, “Gerald Walker:  Rushing toward the record books,”         (Nov. 7, 1981):  30-31; Bob Beretta, “Drawing upon their past,” (Oct. 22, 1994):          92-93.

[Walker, Keith and Sterritt Armstrong] Bob Beretta.   “Army pair finds life’s a snap,”         (Oct. 15):  11-12.

[Washington, Greg] Bob Beretta, “A Leader among leaders:  Senior spotlight,” (Nov. 20,         2004):  6-7.

[Weaver, Lyle] Bob Beretta.  “Weaving a legacy,” (Nov. 4, 2000):  4-5.

[Weber, Steve] Bob Beretta, “Off the beaten path:  Weber follows circuitous path to

        Army backfield,” (Nov. 7, 1992):  22-23.

Weyand, Alexande M., USMA 1916. “In retrospect…  former Army athletes.  Pointer,         vol. 28, no. 4 (Oct. 27, 1950):  24-26.

[Williams, Howie] Joe Dineen, “Howie Williams:  Prime receiver,” (Nov. 8, 1975):  6.

[Williams, Myreon]  Bob Beretta, “Army focused Williams tackles all challenges,” (Sept.

        14, 1991):  16 and 18.

Wilson, Harry E. [“Light Horse], “In retrospect,” Pointer, vol. 28, no. 3 (Oct. 13, 1950):          18, 28 and 30.

[Woody, Clint] Bob Beretta, “Slice of Americana:  Clint Woody has crafted an old-        fashioned success story, team captain will appear in 25th straight game today,:         (Sept.13, 2003):  6-7.

[Work, Pat]  Bob Beretta, “Eyes of a warrior,” (Nov. 12, 1994):  90-91; “Investing in the         future,” (Oct. 28, 1995):  89.

[Zickefoose, Brian] Bob Beretta, “’If the sun come up tomorrow it’s a good day,” (Oct.         13, 2001):  4-5.

GOLF

Bear, J. Quigsby, “Fore… golfers on the road to national recognition,” Pointer, vol.         28, no. 18 (May 18, 1951):  19.

Beretta, Bob.  “Low-key style spurs golfers:  Cadet linksmen quietly continue winning         ways,” (Oct. 31, 1992):  62.

Davis, Wilbur E., “Swing Mr. Charlie…” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 15 (Mar. 26, 1937):  16-17.

Johnson, Cadet L. E., Manager (1938).  “Golf…at West Point,” (Nov. 13, 1937):  6.

GRADUATES, X-CADETS & ASSOCIATED         WEST POINT PERSONALITIES

Bell, LTC Bruce K., “Glorious days, majestic knights,” [James Van Fleet, Dwight         Eisenhower and Omar Bradley] (Nov. 12, 1994):  92-93.

[Bennett, MG Donald Vivian, Superintendent] (Oct. 7, 1967):  7.

[Berry, MG Sidney B.] “A Change of the guard at West Point,” (Sept. 14, 1974):  28-29.

Blinderman, Eric.  “Changing of the guard:  A New face in the commandant’s office,”

        [BG Peter J. Boylan, Jr.] (Oct. 20, 1984):  60-61.

[Clarke, GEN Mark W.] (Oct. 1964).

[Davidson, LTG Garrison H.] (1957).

Dineen, Joe.  “Colonel Berry adds a special touch,” (Sept. 10, 1983):  89-90.

Dupuy, MAJ R. Ernest.  “Sylvanus Thayer dines out,” (Nov. 1939):  44 and 96.

[Eisenhower, President Dwight David] “President Dwight D. Eisenhower,” (Nov. 4,         1950); “West Point to White House,” (Sept. 26, 1953):  4-76; COL Nick         Hawthorne, “Ike and Marshall,” (Sept. 22, 1990):  50; Stephen F. Ambrose,         “Ambrose on Eisenhower,” (Oct. 6, 1990):  36-37; “The Eisenhower         Centennial Coin,” (Oct. 6, 1990):  50; Vernon A. Walters, “A Tribute to Dwight         D. Eisenhower,” (Nov. 3, 1990):  50; Douglas Kinnard, “Ike as commander-in-

chief,” (Nov. 10, 1990):  50.

[Foley, BG Robert F., Class of 1963)  Bob Beretta, “The Man behind the spirit:  

        Commandant injects enthusiasm into the Corps,” (Oct. 10, 1992):  26-27.

“General Maxwell Taylor,” (Oct. 27, 1945).

[Gordon, Fred A., Class of 1962] “Meet the USMA’s new commandant,” (Sept. 12,

        1987):  60-61.

Halpin, D. E.  “Buddy Bucha:  Soldier, scholar, athlete, humanitarian,” (Nov. 14, 1970):  

        4-5 and 32-33.

[Hamm, LTG Charles R.] {USAFA Superintendent, USMA Class of 1956} (Nov. 7,

        1987):  4.

Harrison, Cadet William J. (1952) “Sylvanus Thayer: Father of American engineering         education,” (Oct. 13, 1951):  19 and 59.

[Kennedy, President John F.] Robert Healy, “Ireland:  A Land he loved,” (Nov. 19,         1988):  68-69.

[Koster, MG Samuel W., BG Bernard W. Rogers and BG John R. Jannarone] (Sept. 28,

        1968):  9.

“Lieutenant General Thomas S. Moorman, Superintendent Air Force Academy,” [USMA

        1933] (Nov. 6, 1965).

[MacArthur, GEN of the Army Douglas]  “…The Corps and the corps and the corps..”

        (Sept. 30, 1967):  26-27 and 40-41.

[Marier, Rebecca] “Bicentennial Spotlight,” [first woman to graduate first in her class at         West Point] (Sept. 15, 2001):  7.

[Pace, The Honorable Frank, Jr.] “…Secretary of the Army,” (Nov. 1951):  16.

[Palmer, LTG Dave R.] MAJ Pat  Cooney, “A Change of guard at the top,” (Sept. 13,

        1986):  58-59.

[Pershing, John J.] “Bicentennial spotlight,” (Oct. 27, 2001):  7.

[Posvar, Dr. Wesley W., Chancellor, USMA 1946] (Nov. 6, 1976):  7.

[Reeder, COL Russell P. “Red:]  “230,000 words to “the point,” (Oct. 31, 1959):  69;         “What are they doing now?” (Nov. 5, 1960):  38-43; Gene L. Ward, Jr.  “The         Story of Colonel Red Reeder,” (Oct. 24, 1981):  24 and 59; Eric Blinderman.  “A         Tribute to Red,” (Sept. 24, 1988):  70-71; Andrea Hamburger, “Army:  A Tribute         to ‘Red’” (Nov. 2, 1991):  22-23.

[Schwarzkopf, GEN H. Norman, Class of 1956)  Annebet McEliece, “Army:  An Army

        hero returns home,” (Sept. 21, 1991):  22-23.

[Sherman, William Tecumseh] “Louisiana State University:  General…Sherman its         first president,” (Nov. 7, 1931):  9 and 35.

[Stevens, Robert T.]  “…Secretary of the  Army,” (Sept. 24, 1955).

Steinberg, Irwin.  “Poe at West Point,” (Oct. 18, 1947):  

[Swift, Joseph Gardner] Mike Albright, “Marking the long gray line’s 200th birthday,”                 (Oct. 12, 2002):  5.

“Sylvanus Thayer enshrined in Hall of Fame,” (Oct. 1, 1966).

[Timberlake, Edward Wrenne, Class of August 1917] LTC Bruce K. Bell, “Timberlake –         A USMA dynasty,” (Oct. 30, 1993):  57 and 118-119.

[Warren, MG Robert H.] Superintendent Air Force Academy (Nov. 2, 1963).

[Westmoreland, GEN William C.] “Where are the leaders?” (Sept. 23, 1961):  5; (Oct.

        12, 1968):  58.

“West Point and Benny Havens,” (Nov. 19, 1938):  11-13.

Yeutter, Frank.  “Army’s Benny Havens:  Story of famous character of whom         

        cadets still sing,” (Nov. 16, 1940): 11 and 35-36.

GYMNASTICS

“Balance, strength,” (Oct. 10, 1964).

“Gymnastics,” (Nov. 14, 1964):  35.

“Gymnastics – Bill Cohen,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 11 (Feb. 27, 1959):  24.

Hamblin, “Runners-up for the Eastern Ring title,” Pointer, vol. 29, no. 15 (Mar. 1952):          23.

Janowski, Cadet R. A. (1939).  “Gymnastics…at West Point,” (Oct. 9, 1937).

Jones, Ray, “Pointer profile:  Mike Gray,” Pointer, vol. 40, no 8 (Apr. 20, 1963):  4.

Lovell, “Three time Eastern titlists,” Pointer, vol. 29, no. 15 (Mar. 21, 1952):  22.

Miles, Bill, “Maloney’s gymnasts and their capable captain,” Pointer, vol. 35, no. 8 (Jan.         17, 1958):  15 and 27.

“Muscle men,” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 13 (Mar. 12, 1937):  8-9 and 25.

“A Sport renaissance,” (Oct. 6, 1934).

Hockey

Albright, Mike, “Chasing coveted 300:  Army coaches Rob Riley and Jim Crews nearing         milestone,” (Oct. 18, 2003):  5.

_____.  “Faith cements [Daryl] Chamberlain’s vision,” (Sept. 27, 1997):  81.

_____.  “’Hungry’ icers point toward playoffs,” (Oct. 27, 1990):  48.

_____.  “Icers strive for continued success:  Army Hockey preview,” (Oct. 16, 1993):  70

        and 76.

_____.  “Icers to rely on experience,” (Oct. 5, 1996):  81.

_____.  “Offering an Olympic salute:  West Point grads occupy storied Olympic

        standing,” (Sept. 12, 1992):  30-31.

_____.  “Optimism high as icers open 1995-96 campaign,” (Oct. 28, 1995):  95.

_____.  “Optimistic icers gun for winning season,” (Oct. 15, 1994):  94.

_____.  “Youthful icers in search of firepower,” (Oct. 18, 1997):  81.

“Army hockey promises good season:  New skating arena         proves a boon to the         development of the squad,” (Nov. 7,         1931):  15 and 33.

Blinderman, Eric. “Army icers ready for 1988-89,” (Oct. 15, 1988):  160.

_____.   “Hockey at West Point gearing up for 1985-86:  A New era on the

        ice,” (Oct. 5, 1985):  54-55.

_____.  “Icers ready for 1987-88 ECAC challenge,” (Oct. 24, 1987):  138.

_____.  “A New game for the icers:  New coach, conference,” (Nov. 8, 1986):  125.

Borkowski, Tom, “Pointer profile:  Jerry  Stonehouse,” Pointer, vol. 40, no. 7 (Mar. 20,         1963):  5.

Brown, Cadet B. R., Cadet Manager.  “Hockey…at West Point,” (Nov. 16, 1937).

Byrne, Don, “Pointer profile:  Paul Dobbins,” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 7 (Dec. 20, 1961):  24-

        25.

Dineen, Joe.  “Army hockey,” (Nov. 17, 1973):  28-29;  (Nov. 2, 1974):  28-29 and 33.

_____.  “Army hockey team treks to Alaska,” (Nov. 1, 1980):  18-19.

_____.  “Cadets’ hockey Coach Riley:  A Hall of Famer,” (Nov. 17, 1979):  30-31.

_____.  “Jack Riley’s 34 years at West Point is a ‘family affair’,” (Nov. 5, 1983):  53-54.

_____.  “Youth holds ice key,” (Nov. 18, 1972):  28-29.

_____.  “Strength on ice,” (Nov. 12, 1977):  38-39.

_____.   “Wiley Irishman leads Army ice show,” (Oct. 24, 1981):  54-58.

“Hockey at West Point:  New rink to be formally opened for Harvard game,” (Nov.

        15, 1930):  5.

“Hockey now under ideal conditions,” (Nov. 2, 1935).

“Ice hockey and swimming,” (Nov. 16, 1963):  44-45.

“Ice hockey,” (Nov. 14, 1964).

“1984-85 Army hockey:  ‘Cadets face tough challenge in tough, new league’,” (Sept. 15,

        1984):  79.

Nolan, D. A., Jr., “Ray Marchand, sportsman champion, and coach,” Pointer, vol. 14, no.         11 (Jan. 29, 1937):  14-15 and 28

Sklar, Dick, “Hockey olympians,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 5 (Dec. 6, 1959):  19.

Terry, Jon. “Hockey surge headlines Olympic sports results,” (Nov. 18, 1995):  108.

White, Steve, “Pointer profile:  Ron Chisholm,” Pointer, vol. 38, no. 8 (Jan. 20, 1961):  22-23.        

“Youthful icers brave new waters,” (Oct. 26, 1991):  50.

Zuhike, James, “Carrying on a legacy,” [Coach Brian Riley] (Oct. 9, 2004):  5.

LACROSSE

“Army lacrosse,” (Nov. 14, 1964):  46.

Bollinger, Dutch, “Pointer profile:  Bob Fuellhart,” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 16 (May 18,         1962):  4-5.

Borkowski, Tom, “Pointer profile:  Butch Darrell,” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 12 (Mar. 21,         1962):  12-13.

Dineen, Joe.  “Jack Emmer takes over helm of Army’s successful Lacrosse program,”

        (Oct. 22, 1983):  53-54 and 90.

_____.  “Lacrosse in fourth year at Academy,” (Sept. 23, 1972):  30-31.

Eielson, Johnny, “Coach “Ace” Adams – A Life in lacrosse,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 14         (Apr. 15, 1960):  17 and 28.

Kinard, Chris, “Lacrosse:  A Sneak preview…” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 11 (Mar. 9, 1962):          10-11.

“Lacrosse at West Point,” (Oct. 14, 1933).

LeHardy, Ward, “The History of lacrosse at West Point, Pointer, vol. 32, no. 11 (Feb. 25,         1955):  20-21 and 27-28.

Miller, Ray, “Behind the scenes…” Pointer, vol. 33, no. 17 (June 1, 1956):  24.

“Pointer profile:  Bob Miser, Army’s lacrosse captain,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 14 (Apr. 15,         1960):  19.        

Reid, Bob, “Pointer profile:  Pat Hillier,” Pointer, vol. 38, no. 16 (May 19, 1961):  18-19.

“A Season to reflect on,” (Oct. 17, 1981):  64-65 and 68.

“A Winning tradition,” (Nov. 11, 1978):  30.

Wise, Whit, “Number 1 Army power, USMA lacrosse 1970:  An Interview with Captain         John Connors,” Pointer, vol. 47, no. 8 (Apr. 1970):  10-11.

LIGHTWEIGHT FOOTBALL/150 Pound…

Albright, Mike.  “Lightweights leading fall sports charge,” (Nov. 2, 1991):  30

“Army 150’s prepare for opener and first Anthracite Bowl,” (Sept. 24, 1983):  43-44.

Cooney, Patrick J.  “A Game with no losers:  The Anthractie Bowl,” (Nov. 3, 1984):  76-

        77.

Crooks, Rocky, “The Pointer presents:  Coach [Eric G.]Tipton,” Pointer, vol. 35, no. 4         (Oct. 25, 1957):  17.

Dineen, Joe.  “Lightweight football retains its purity,” (Oct. 17, 1981):  79.

Kinney, Bob.  “Duke All-American and winning Army coach:  Eric ‘The Red’ Topton,”

        (Sept. 29, 1984):  60-61.

“The Legend of lightweight football,” (Oct. 15, 1977):  18-19.

“Legend of Tip,” Pointer, vol. 41, no. 4 (Dec. 20, 1963):  20.

“The Lighter side of football,” (Oct. 2, 1976):  30-31.

 “Mighty mites,” (Nov. 16, 1963):  9-10.

Norman, Bob.  “Lightweight football,” (Oct. 11, 1975).

“150-pound football,” (Sept. 26, 1964).

Partlow, Frank A., Jr., “Meet Coach  Craig Randall,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 6 (Nov. 28,

        1958):  19.

Partlow, Frank A.,, Jr. “150 pound football team comes to West Point,” Pointer, vol. 33,         no. 8 (Jan. 18, 1957):  20.

“The Pointer sports personality of the month:  Coach Eric ‘The Red’ Tipton,” Pointer,

        vol. 44, no. 3 ((Nov. 18, 1966):  25.

Ream, Bob.  “Army’s streaking lightweight,” [Coach Eric Tipton] (Oct. 5, 1974):  32-33.

Sutton, Dick, “150 pound football,” Pointer, vol. 35, no. 4 (Oct. 25, 1957):  14.

MILITARY TRAINING

“Background scenes,” (Nov. 6, 1943):  18.

Baumer, Capt. William H., Jr.  “Arms and the men,” (Oct. 25, 1941):  9.

Bell, MAJ Bruce K.  “Cadet earns coveted TAB, honors from Ranger School,” (Sept. 10,

        1988):  70-71.

Bowen, Cadet T. W.  “Operations CAMID,” (Oct. 5, 1946).

“Cadet summer training…a proving ground for classroom theory,” (Nov. 14, 1964):  2-5.

“Eyes front at West Point,” (Oct. 5, 1946):  10-11 and 34-35.

Harrison, Cadet William J. “Camid V [joint USMA and USNA training in         amphibious

        warfare, Little Creek, VA, Naval Amphibious Base)  (Nov. 4, 1950):  9 and 31.

Harrison, Cadet William J. “West Pont summer training,”  (Nov. 12, 1949):  30.

“In war, in peace…West Point prepared:  The Academy, even in peace, trained its         cadets for war,” (Oct. 10, 1942):  6-7 and 26.

Murphy, Cadet J. J.  “Air training at West Point,” (Oct. 5, 1946):  13.

“Second class summer adventure training,” (Nov. 18, 1972):  26.

“Summer training at West Point,” (Oct. 5, 1940):  14-15 and 36; (Oct. 11, 1941):  15-        16; (Sept. 19, 1963):  6-7, 9 and 11.

“This is West Point:  Military Academy has been developing and training Army         officers for 140 years,” (Oct. 31, 1942):  9 and 30.

“Usamy at war,” (Nov. 14, 1942).

“We drill – Army,” (Nov. 1941).

“We play – Army,” (Nov. 1941).

“West Point’s air cadet training:  ‘The Wings of West Point’,” (Oct. 27, 1945):  

“West Point summer training,”  (1962)

“Wings for the Army,” (Sept. 28, 1957):  156-157.

MONUMENTS/TRADITIONS

“Air Force Academy falcon mascot,” (Nov. 2, 1963):  43.

“American battle flags,” (Oct. 23, 1954):  21.

[Army mule mascot] “The Origin of the Army mule,” Pointer, vol. 5, no. 10 (Jan. 28,         1928):  13; Wells, Capt. Walter W.  “The Army mule a docile creature:  No         longer the cantankerous beast he was thirty years ago,” (Nov. 5, 1932):  13.                Eckstein, Carl H.  “Autobiography of the Army mascot:  West Point                 historian tells the life story of Jawbone,” (Nov. 25, 1933):  35 and 37; Johnson,         Doug, “Army mule,” Pointer, vol. 31, no. 6 (Nov. 20, 1953):  6-7; “The Army         mascot,” Pointer, vol. 33, no. 5 (Nov. 9, 1956):  28; Eckelbarger, Don, “The         Army mule,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 2 (Sept. 26, 1958):  5 and 31; “The Army         mule,” (Oct. 31, 1959):  78; (Oct. 1965); “Mules make matchless mascots,” (Nov.         11, 1967):  2-3 and 5; Henry, Jack.  “Taking the kick out of the Army mule,”         (Nov. 18, 1967):  9; “Army mule mascots,” (Sept. 18, 1971); (Sept. 15, 1985):          62; (Sept. 12, 1987):  114; (Sept. 15, 1990):  92;         (Sept. 14, 1991):  88;         Cappelli, Danielle, “Spartacus bids farewell,” (Sept. 24, 1994):  89;         Mike         Albright, “’Strong, hearty and persevering’,” (Sept. 7, 2002):  5.         

“Arts. Arts and Army,” [West Point Museum] (Oct. 23, 1965).

 “Centennial at Naval Academy,” (Nov. 1945).

Clark, Cadet H. W.  “Military Academy traditions,” (Nov. 30, 1940):  44 and 143-        144.

Clary, Jack, “Heroes on the field of strife…” (Oct. 13, 1990).

“Coat of arms,” (Oct. 1, 1955):  27.

Davis, Cadet Mile B.  “Traditional West Point:  Great military organizations like         U.S.M.A. must have great traditional backgrounds,” (Nov. 1941).

[Flirtation walk:  Movie] (Dec. 1934).

[French Monument] “Brothers in arms,” by Cadet Thomas D.  Mingledorff (Oct.         18,         1952):  19 and 57.

Glassford, Cora Carleton, “The Mascots,” Pointer, vol. 12, no. 8 (Dec. 21, 1934):  7 and         30.

Gleichenhaus, Pete, “What is a cheerleader?” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 6 (Nov. 28, 1958):  22

        and 27.

Hamilton, Jim, “Rabble rousers…” Pointer, vol. 33, no. 4 (Nov. 4, 1955):  5.

Harrison, Cadet William J. “The Patton Memorial,” (Oct. 21, 1950):  38-.

“How to use a museum,” (Oct. 22, 1955):  17.

Howard, Gwynn,” Mr. Jackson celebrates:  Twenty-five years in Army,” Pointer, vol. 34,         no. 17 (May 17, 1957):  21 and 28.

“I want a West Point football player,” Gen. George C. Marshall, Chief of Staff for the         U.S. Army… (Sept. 6, 2003):  74.

Kinter, Midshipman E. E.  “Naval Academy traditions,” (Nov. 30, 1940):  48 and         146.

Love, Cadet Joseph B. “Athlete’s Valhalla,” (Oct. 11, 1947):  7 and 44.

Magness, Tom, “The Spirit machine,” Pointer, vol. 33, no. 5 (Nov. 9, 1956):  8-9 and 27.

“The Marshall plaque,” (Sept. 18, 1971):  30.

Miles, Bill, “Cheerleaders and rabble rousers,” Pointer, vol. 35, no. 3 (Oct. 11, 1957):          11.

“Milestones of history,” (Oct. 19, 1952):  19 and 49.

Mollicone, Dick, “A New tradition…” Pointer, vol. 32, no. 5 (Nov. 12, 1954):  8.

“Monuments at West Point,” (Nov. 5, 1960):  58-61.

“The Museum at West Point,” (Oct. 28, 1961):  8-12.

“New athletic marks unveiled,” (Sept. 9, 2000):  76.

Ostrander, Don R., “Rabble rousers,” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 2 (Sept. 25, 1936):  21 and 30.

“Points of interest,” (Oct. 29, 1938):  13-15.

“Rabble Rousers,” Pointer, vol. 31, no. 5 (Nov. 6, 1953):  23.

Schmitt, Mary.  “Not-so-famous trophies in college sports,” (Nov. 12, 1983):  29-30 and

        32.

“The Story behind Max and the ‘Rabble Rousers,” Pointer, vol. 40, no. 2 (Oct. 12,

        1962):  6.

“Sylvanus Thayer Award:  Duty, honor, country,” (Nov. 2, 1963):  6-10.

“Tecumseh,” [U.S. Naval Academy] Pointer, vol. 40, no. 4 (Nov. 29, 1962):  4-5.

“Thayer Award recipients:  Unselfish dedication, devotion to duty and a high sense of

        honor typifying…(Oct. 1964):  2-7.

“12th Man strategies,” Pointer, vol. 56, no. 3 (Nov. 1979):  15.

[Victory wagon] “1945 in last appearance…” Pointer, vol. 22, no. 7 (Dec. 1, 1944):  19.

“West Point’s war trophies,” (Nov. 1, 1952):  19 and 49.

White, “What’s new with the Rabble Rousers,” Pointer, vol. 57, no. 3 (Nov. 1980):  22-        23.

Woloson, “In search of the Spirit Committee,” Pointer, vol. 57, no. 2 (Oct. 1980):  19.

Olympics.  Anders, Curt, “The Return of modern pentathlon to West Point,” Pointer,         vol. 25, no. 10 (Jan. 23, 1948):  18-19 and 30; “West Pointers in past olympiads,”         Pointer, vol. 13, no. 15 (Mar. 27, 1936):  6-7; Kinard, W. H., Jr., “The Army’s         role in the Olympic pentathlon,” Pointer, vol. 13, no. 20 (June 5, 1936):  35 and         45; Underwood, George V., “The Army own event,” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 3 (Oct.,         9, 1936):  16-17, 29 and 31 [pentathlon]; Mauer, John, “G. I. pentathlon,” Pointer,         vol. 29, no. 10 (Jan. 11, 1952):  16 and 18.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION/SPORTS

“A.A.A. – Aladdin,” Pointer, vol. 17, no. 20 (June 2):  12-13.

“Academy athletes in the space age,” (Nov. 1965).

Albright, Mike, “Class of 1996 makes ‘marks’,” (Sept. 14, 1996):  82-83.

_____.  “Taking a leap of faith:  Parachute team readies for 1992 Michie debut,”

        (Oct. 10, 1992):  30-31.

_____.  “USMA hits athletic high,” (Sept. 10, 1994):  92-93.

_____.  “West Point athletic roundup,” (Oct. 2, 1993):  121-122; (Oct. 9, 1993):  121-        122; (Oct. 14, 1994):  105.

_____.  “Winter squads lift curtain on new campaign,” (Nov. 16, 1991):  30.

Anders, Curt, “This Spartan life [training room] Pointer, vol. 25, no. 11 (Feb. 6, 1948):          11.

“Army ‘A’ club:  Supporting Army athletics through your generosity,” (Sept. 13, 2003):         99-100.

“Army Athletic Association,” Pointer, vol. 33, no. 13 (Apr. 6, 1956):  19 and 26-27; (Oct.         24, 1970):  9; (Sept. 27, 1980).

“Army Athletic program one of nation’s largest,” (Sept. 22, 1979):  62.

“Army athletics at West Point,” (Sept. 14, 1991):  76-77.

“Army welcomes a new A.D.,” [Raymond P. Murphy] (Sept. 10, 1977):  8-9.

“Athletic administration,” (Sept. 15, 1990):  34; (Sept. 14, 1991):  66.

“Athletic life at West Point:  Intercollegiate sports some fall and winter,” (Oct. 4,         1941).

“Athletics – A Training ground for leaders,” (Oct. 17, 1981):  54-55 and 58-59.

“Athletics at West Point,” (Oct. 27, 1945); (Nov. 1956):  19; Erica M. Bielemeier…(Sept.         15, 1990):  116-117.

Baumer, LT William H.  “Amateur athletes and professional soldiers,” (Oct. 5, 1940):  4         and 36.

Blindeerman, Eric.  “Charlie Wey;ant:  A Long-time friend,” (Oct. 26, 1985):  121.

_____.  “COL Richard Behrenhausen – Moving onward and upward,” (Oct. 17, 1987):  

        60-61.

_____.  “Farewell to four friends,” [Bill Crim, Ginny Wells, Jack Ryan and Millie

        Van Zetta] (Nov. 14,. 1987):  60.

_____.  “Honored at halftime:  A Salute to Army athletes,” (Oct. 6, 1984):  

        60-61.

_____.  “Three new head coaches:  Joining the USMA coaching ranks,” (Sept. 21, 1985):  

        54-55.

“The ‘B’ squad,” (Oct. 14, 1933):  11.

Bryan, Black'shear, “The Ultimate value of sports at West Point,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 5

        (Nov. 7, 1958):  5 and 24.

“The Cadet and physical training…” (Oct. 30, 1937):   5 and 30.

Cahill, Joseph M.   “Army points with pride to its extensive athletic program,” (Oct. 23,

        1948):  6 and 46.

_____.  “Athletics at West Point,” (Oct. 4, 1952):  17 and 48.

_____. “West Pont’s athletic program:  Cadets participate and make good         showing in all

        intercollegiate         sports,” (Nov. 1948):  27.

_____.  “West Point athletics,” (Oct. 13, 1945):  7 and 43.

_____.  “West Point’s ‘International’ gold course,” (Oct. 5, 1946).

Davis, Wilbur E., “Manual of the muscle,” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 11 (Jan. 29, 1937):  12-        13.

Demers, Gerry, “Intramural Storeroom,” Pointer, vol. 31, no. 9 (Jan. 15, 1954):  14 and         24.

Devers, LTC J. L.  “The Athletic program at West Point,” (Oct. 17, 1936).  

Dineen, Joe.  “Fellowship of Christian athletes,’ (Oct. 18, 1975):  26-27.

_____.  “A Man for all seasons,” [Bob Kinney] (Nov. 5, 1994):  92-93.

_____.  “Neil Begley:  Man on the move,” (Sept. 14, 1974):  30.

_____.  “Student interns prove a big help to Army Athletic Department,” (Oct. 15, 1983):  

        53-54.

_____. “West Point loses a friend,” (Sept. 27, 1975):  28-29 [AAA, Agnes Kennery]

_____.  “West Point salutes Colonel “Red” Reeder,” (Oct. 6, 1979):  27-28.

_____.  “West Point summer camp,” (Oct. 18, 1975):  26.

_____.  “Weight training,” (Oct. 2, 1981):  64-65 and 68.

_____.  “A Woman’s touch at West Point,” (Nov. 2, 1974):  30-31.

“Director of Athletics Al Vanderbuch,” (Sept. 12, 1992):  28.

Doyle, Joe.  “Coaching legends,” [Frank Leahy and Red Blaik] (Oct. 18, 1980):  6-7.

Drum, Hunter, “Intra-murder sports to be featured along with corps squad activities,”         Pointer, vol. 14, no. 2 (Sept. 25, 1936):  23 and 25.

Echols, Lt. M. P.  “Army athletics – Pre and post-war sports at the Military         Academy have been completely revolutionized,” (Dec. 1934):  29 and 106.

Eichelberger, MG Robert L.  “Professional soldiers and amateur athletes:  West Point         cadets are both in the strictest sense of the word – A Peek into their  daily         doings,” (Oct. 18, 1941).

“’Every man an athlete”:  Compulsory year around athletic participation required

        of every cadet,” (Oct. 7, 1933):  13; Pointer, vol. 13, no. 5 (Nov. 1, 1935):  6-7..

Farrell, Lt. F. W.  “The Rise of athletics at West Point:  Sports once taboo now

        compulsory for all students (Nov. 23, 1933):  25 and 50.

Greene, LTC Frank M.  “Army brawn for battle:  Athletics and physical education         are foundation of training at West Point,” (Nov. 8, 1944):  17-19.

Greene, LTC Francis M.  “The Whole man,” (Sept. 28, 1946).

[Greenspan, Rick] “Athletic Director Rick Greenspan,” (Sept. 9, 2000):  18; (Sept. 8,         2001):  16.

Harris, Haywood.  “Officials are real people, too,” (Sept. 15, 1985):  66.

Hilty, Cadet Paul R., Jr. “Every man an athlete,” [intramural athletics] (Nov. 1, 1947):          13.

“Intercollegiate athletics at the United States Military Academy,” (Sept. 15, 1985):  104-

        105.

“Intramural,” (Sept. 24, 1960).

Kennedy, Robert S., “At work with the A.A.A.,” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 6 (Dec. 4, 1936):  

        12-13.

“Leadership from competitive athletics,” (Nov. 1965).

Lopresti, Mike.  “Weight training:  Pumping iron adds strength, speed, agility,” (Sept. 17,

        1983):  29-30 and 32.

McDaniel, Jack, “AAA Storeroom…” Pointer, vol. 31, no. 10 (Feb. 5, 1954):  22,

March, Capt. F. A., 3rd.  “Everybody is an athlete at West Point:  System requires each         cadet to take part in some branch of sport,” (Oct. 23, 1937):  7 and 39

“The Maxwell Award,” (Oct. 13, 1984):  62.

Murphy, J. J., “The Athletic Board,” Pointer, vol. 23, no. 20 (May 31, 1946):  28.

_____, “Behind the scenes: Colonel ‘Biff’ Jones, Graduate Manager of Athletics,”         Pointer, vol. 23, no. 4 (Oct. 19, 1945):  18.

National Collegiate Athletic Association.  “Academic All-America Hall of Fame,” (Sept.

        10, 1988):  60.

_____.  “…’s highest honor – the ‘Teddy’ Award,” (Sept. 13, 1986):  119; “NCAA’s         highest honor – The Theodore  Roosevelt award,” (Nov. 10, 1990):  74.

“Spirit of the rabble,” Pointer, vol. 44, no.3 (Nov. 18, 1966):  22-24.

[Silver Anniversary Award] Jim Vruggink, “NCAA Silver Anniversary Award winners,”

        (Nov. 10, 2001):  86.

Novak, Jack C., “The Athletic storeroom,” Pointer, vol. 19, no. 14 (Mar. 13, 1942):  10.

“Other busy coaches,” (Oct. 24, 1970):  33.

Partlow, Frank A., Jr., “Handball club,” Pointer, vol. 33, no. 9 (Feb. 1, 1957):  23.

Paul, C. Robert, Jr. “Salute to the U.S. Olympic team,” (Oct. 19, 1968):  23 and 25.

“Physical education at West Point,” (Oct. 24, 1959):  23 and 47; (Oct. 4, 1961):  8-11.

“Physical training and intramural athletics,” (Oct. 27, 1945).

Prince, Cadet E. R.  Athletics at West Point,” (Oct. 29, 1949):  32 and 37.

Riordan, Leo.  “’Upon other fields, on other days’  General MacArthur’s words fitting         tribute to manly qualities developed by athletics,” (Nov. 17, 1945):  23 and  46-        48.

“A Salute to Barney Poole,” (Oct. 26, 1974):  30-31.

Simcox, Tom, “The Army Athletic Board:  A.A.A. policy makers,” Pointer, vol. 38, no.         16 (May 19, 1961):  8-9.

Stevens, Pat and Ed Teak, “Behind the Army team:  AAA,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 9 (Nov.         20, 1959):  15 and 36-37.

“Spring sports at the U.S. Military Academy,” (Nov. 15, 1980):  17-19 and 38.

Terry, Jon. “Army sports focus: Goff wins cross country title, women’s soccer reaches         postseason,” (Nov. 7, 1998):  92; …Sprint football secures crown, hockey pockets         two road wins,” (Nov. 14, 1998):  81.

_____.  “Athletic roundup:  Fall sports under way,” (Sept. 16, 1995): 108.

_____.  “Cadets carry colors at Ryder Cup,” (Oct. 14, 1995):  95.

_____.  “Fall teams making title moves,” (Oct. 18, 1997):  92.

“Through ‘B’ squad eyes,” (Oct. 6, 1934):  11, 32 and 34..

[Ullrich, Carl F., Director of Athletics] “Ullrich looks to future at West Point,” (Sept. 20,         1980):  18-19; “Director of Athletics…” (Sept. 15, 1985):  17; “Athletic         Director… (Sept. 12, 1987):  18; Bob Beretta, “A New league, a veteran leader:          Patriot League,” (Sept. 22, 1990):  36-37.

“Under the gym roof…” (Nov. 22, 1941).

“The USMA Athletic Committee,” (Sept. 12, 1987):  47.

[Vanderbush, Al] “Athletic Director Al Vanderbush,” (Sept. 15, 1990):  10; Bob Beretta,         “A Change at the top,” (Sept. 15, 1990):  36-37.

Werner, Bob, “Army Athletic Board,” Pointer, vol. 29, no. 10 (Jan. 11, 1952):  6.

“West Point and the Olympics,” (Oct. 12, 1968):  42-44.

“West Point’s athletics…” (Oct. 7, 1939):  9 and 21; (Nov. 14, 1942):  15 and 36.

“West Point athletic system:  Compulsory year-around athletic participation

        required of every cadet,” (1930):  11 and 46

“West Point’s major sports,” (Oct. 24, 1941):  9 and 52.

“West Point’s Triple A…” (Nov. 12, 1938).

“Women’s athletics at West Point,” (Oct. 2, 1981):  54-55.

“Women’s sports at West Point,” (Oct. 11, 1980):  18-19 and 38.

Wood, Lt. Robert J.  “West Point and physical training,” (Oct. 31, 1936):  11 and 39-40.

Yarr, Dan, “The Necessity of intramurals,” Pointer, vol. 35, no. 12 (Mar. 14, 1958):  28-        29.

Yeutter, Franklin W. “Every cadet an athlete:  All students at the Military         Academy         required to take stiff course in physical training,” (Nov. 1, 1947):          13, 52 and 53.

Yeutter, Frank.  “The Spirit of West Point:  Traditions of the Military Academy         expressed by cadets in athletics,” (Nov. 8, 1944):  27 and 44.

POLO

“Horsemanship in the Army, Pointer, vol. 4, no. 18 (May 20, 1927):  7.

“Polo at West Point,” (Oct. 12, 1935):  13.

Gideon, Cadet Robert (1939).   “Polo at West Point,” (Oct. 15, 1938):  11 and 44.

Rifle/Pistol

Anderson, Larry, “Rile – Kirby Kapp,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 11 (Feb. 27, 1959):  9.

“Army aims for first,” Pointer, vol. 42, no. 4 (Dec. 11, 1964):  28.

Brown, Walter R., “Pistol – Powell Hutton,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 11 (Feb. 27, 1959):  9.

Conrad, Mike, “Camp Perry:  Rifle/pistol,” Pointer, vol. 55, no. 2 (Oct. 1978):  10-11.

Free, Cadet Richard H., Manager.   “Army rifle marksmanship,” (Nov. 12, 1938):  33-34.

Hardy, Le, “The Pistol Club,” Pointer, vol. 30, no. 11 (Feb. 13, 1953):  9, 20-21 and 26.

Kelley, Robert F. “West Point’s contribution to polo,” Pointer, vol. 5, no. 15 (Apr. 7, 1928):  10-11.

“Pistol joins the ranks,” Pointer, vol. 31, no. 9 (Jan. 15, 1954):  18.

“Rifle and pistol,” (Nov. 14, 1964):  44.

“Rifle and rising expectations,” Pointer, vol. 40, no. 6 (Feb. 13, 1963):  19, 28 and 30.

“Rifle is ready,” Pointer, vol. 35, no. 8 (Jan. 17, 1958):  19 and 28.

Schaap, R. J., “Ohio windage…” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 1 (Sept. 25, 1959):  12 and 28.

Rozenkranz, R. B., “Pistol,” Pointer, vol. 38, no. 10 (Feb. 17, 1961):  18.

Toepel, Bert, “Rifle:  Murray’s sharpshooters,” Pointer, vol. 26, no. 9 (Jan. 7, 1949):  23.

Twyman, Cadet Robert C., Manager.  “Pistol…Army again enters the field of pistol

        competition…” (Nov. 19, 1938):  15.

Walsh, Mike, “Have guns, will travel:  Accuracy is their game,” Pointer, vol. 38, no. 9         (Feb. 3, 1961):  5.

RUGBY

Alexander, Bill, “Rugby comes to West Point,” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 15 (May 4, 1962):          26.

Oler, Van, “Army rugby,” Pointer, vol. 65, no. 6 (Nov. 1985):  20-21.

Sosland, Steve, “Rugby!  The Army rugby team,” Pointer, vol. 56, no. 8 (May 1980):  23-        24.

SAILING

McDaniel, Jack, “Dinghy racing…  The rise of a new intercollegiate sport,” Pointer,         

        vol. 32, no. 17 (June 3, 1955):  19.

“Sailing, sailing…” Pointer, vol. 55, no. 1 (Sept. 1978):  7.

Skeet Shooting

Godwin, Stew, “The West Point skeet and trap club,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 2 (Oct. 9,         1959):  7.

Haponski, W. C., “Cadet Skeet Club,” Pointer, vol. 32, no. 3 (Oct. 15, 1954):  7 and 28.

Pointer, vol. 18, no. 18 (May 9, 1941):  16 and 31

“Skeet club,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 3 (Oct. 10, 1958):  27.

SKIING

E. J. W., “Ski-line grows…” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 7 (Dec. 4, 1936):  21.

Klingberg, John, “West Point Ski Club,” Pointer, vol. 29, no. 15 (Mar. 21, 1952):  4-5.

Le Hardy, Ward, “The Ski Team,” Pointer, vol. 31, no. 10 (Feb. 5, 1954):  6.

Martin, Swift, “’59-’60 skiing,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 6 (Dec. 4, 1959):  14-15 and 24.

Northrop, John, “The Cadet Ski Club…” Pointer, vol. 19, no. 9 (Jan. 2, 1942):  10.

Orlicki, Jerry, “Skiing at West Point – 1963,” Pointer, vol. 40, no. 7 (Mar. 20, 1963):  18-        19 and 24.

Scharpf, Frank, “Ski patrol,” Pointer, vol. 36, no. 13 (Apr. 3, 1959):  11 and 24.

Spannaus, Owen, “Once upon an Alp…the new look in skiing at West Point,” Pointer,         vol. 39, no. 6 (Dec. 1, 1961):  19 and 24.

“Ski Club undertaking a big program,” Pointer, vol. 23, no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1945):  18.

“Skiing ’60 – ’61,” Pointer, vol. 38, no. 6 (Dec. 9, 1960):  8-9.

Staudaher, Walt and Del Jacobs, “Ski heil…” Pointer, vol. 32, no. 9 (Jan. 28, 1955):  15         and 24.

Sleeper, Raymond S., “Pole your own skiis…” Pointer, vol. 16, no. 9 (Jan. 2, 1939):  9         and 30.

_____.  “The Snow lords:  Skiing at Lake Placid and Usmay,” Pointer, vol. 17, no. 16         (Apr. 5, 1940):  18-19 and 30.

Tobin, Ken, “Ski heil,” Pointer, vol. 33, no. 8 (Jan. 18, 1957):  7.

Van Sickle, Neil D., “Ski high on hickory wings,” Pointer, vol. 14, no. 10 (Jan. 15, 1937):  

        8-9 and 26.        

SOCCER

Albright, Mike, West Point athletic roundup,” (Sept. 19, 1993):  121; (Sept. 25, 1993):          121-122.

“Army booters look to blend experience & yourt in ’91,” (Sept. 14, 1991):  50.

“Army’s 1931 soccer prospects:  Army will meet leading teams of the East this year         Oct. 10, 1931):  10.

“Army soccer team:  A Sport growing in popularity at West Point,” Pointer, vol. 7,

        (Nov. 23, 1929):  12 and 37.

Beretta, Bob.  “Booters strive for higher levels,” (Sept. 24, 1988):  169.

_____.  “Lady booters get a kick from youth movement,” (Sept. 24, 1987):  138.

“Booters aim for high goals,” (Sept. 24, 1987):  138.

“Booters overcome slow start,” (Sept. 22, 1990):  48.

“Booters to rely on youth,” (Sept. 16, 1995):  94.

_____.  “Continuing improvement is [Joe] Chiavaro’s goal for soccer program,” (Sept.         24, 1983):  53-54.

_____.  “Soccer – A Game on the move,” (Sept. 13, 1980):  18-19 and 37-38.

“Edell [Dick] inherits proud Army soccer tradition,” (Sept. 15, 1979):  30-31.

Islan, Greg.  “Soccer and cross country teams face challenging seasons,” (Sept. 29,

        1973):  25.

“Joe Pallone – ‘Mr. Army Soccer’,” (Sept. 13, 1986):  62-63.

“Lady booters earn respect,” (Oct. 6, 1990):  48.

Lennon, Frank, “Pointer profile:  Kaiser Bazan,” Pointer, vol. 38, no. 2 (Sept. 30. 1960):          21.

“1963 soccer,” (Nov. 16, 1963):  7.

Norman, Bob.  “An Optimistic year for Army soccer,” (Sept. 25, 1976):  30-31.

Norman, Bob.  “Youth, talent characterize Army booters in 1975,” (Sept. 20, 1975):  28-        29.

Oler, Van, “Army women’s soccer… team with a mission,” Pointer, vol. 65, no. 6 (Nov.         1985):  10-11.

“Olympic spotlight:  ‘juice’ shoots for the top,” (Sept. 21, 1991):  31.

[Palone, Joe] Dineen, Joe.  “Army soccer,” (Sept. 21, 1974):  30-31; Williamson, G. I.  

        “The Master of that other game of football,” (Oct. 1, 1977):  28-29. “1978 soccer         season:  Palone’s farewell,” (Sept. 16, 1978):  27-28; “Interview:  With Coach         Joe Palone,” Pointer, vol. 57, no. 2 (Oct. 1980):  8-9 and 16; “A Class by         themselves,” (Oct. 2, 2004):  5; Potter, “Joseph M. Palone,” Pointer, vol. 30, no. 6         (Nov. 21, 2005):  10.

Potter, Woody, “Soccer set to Defend national championship,” Pointer, vol. 30, no. 1         (Sept. 19, 1952):  15.

Ruud, Paul, “Coach John Kress,” Pointer, vol. 33, no. 3 (Oct. 12, 1956):  24.

Sager, Lee, “The Army soccer team:  National power,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 5 (Nov. 20,         1959):  22 and 30.

Salvani, Mady.  “Army booters:  Off and running:  Three wins in first four games,” (Sept.

        27, 1986):  125.

_____.  “Army booters:  Unafraid of a challenge,” (Sept. 21, 1985):  121.

_____.   “Booters shoot for NCAA berth,” (Sept. 10, 1994):  94.

____.  “Booters strive for consistency,” (Oct. 2, 1993):  123.

_____.  “Lady booters stay focused:  Women’s soccer team eyes Patriot title,” (Oct. 10,

        1992):  50.

_____.  “Lady Knights resume climb,” (Oct. 22, 1994):  94.

_____.  “Looking to repeat:  Men’s soccer team eyes consecutive Patriot titles,” (Sept.         12, 1992):  50.

“Soccer,” (Sept. 26, 1964).

Terry, Jon, “Pedley humbly maintains record pace,” (Sept. 13, 1997):  81.

“Youth is served for Lady Knight netters,” (Sept. 28, 1991):  30.

SOFTBALL

Beretta, Bob.  “In with the new,” [Lady Knight softball team] (Sept. 22, 1990):  45.

SQUASH

Cole, Chris, “Squash: Chuck Vehlow,” Pointer, vol. 45, no. 6 (Feb. 29, 1968):  22.

“Squash and tennis,” (Oct. 17, 1964).

SWIMMING

Blinderman, Eric.  “”A Splash at West Point:  Senior John VanSant,” (Nov. 8, 1986):  62-

        63.

Bollinger, Dutch, “Pointer profile:  Steve Childers,” Pointer, vol. 39, no 10 (Feb. 23,         1962):  20-21.

Butler, Chuck, “Swimming,” Pointer, vol. 26, no. 9 (Jan. 7, 1949):  22 and 32.

Buttolph, Dan, “Pointer profile:  Tom Bullock…” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 11 (Feb. 26,

1960):  20 and 28.

Dineen, Joe.  “Ted Kanamine in the swim,” (Oct. 18, 1975):  30-31.

Kinney, Bob.  “Army swimming…hoping to make a big splash,” (Nov. 7, 1981):  59 and

        79.

McCann, J. J., “AAA addition – plus Jack Ryan,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 8 (Jan. 15, 1960):          13 and 30.

McMahan, Tom, “New coach Jack Ryan leads swimmers,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 5 (Dec.         4, 1959):  20 and 32.

“A New home for the Army team,” (Nov. 14, 1970):  12.

“Pointer profile:  Mike Kilroy,” Pointer, vol. 40, no. 5 (Dec. 20, 1962):  30.

“Swimming…” (Oct. 31, 1936); (Nov. 14, 1964):  41.

TENNIS

Albright, Mike.  “Lady Knights gear for title repeat,” (Sept. 24, 1994):  94.

_____.  “Netters gear for successful campaigns,” (Sept. 15, 1990):  48.

_____.  “Netting a champion:  Spirited outlook drives [Kristen] Argus to Patriot League         singles title,” (Nov. 7, 1992):  31.

_____.  “Netters charge toward title,” (Sept. 25, 1993):  123.

Borkowski, Tom, “Pointer profile:  Jim Peterson,” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 17 (June 1,         1962):  29.

Eaton, Cadet S. K., Manager, “Army Tennis…” (Oct. 30, 1937).

“No finer all-‘round sport than tennis,” (Nov. 2, 1935).

“Olympic spotlight:  [Amy] Bratton’s ‘recreation’ yields wins on court,” (Sept. 14,

        1991):  31.

Sager, Lee, “’Nord’,” [Lief Nordlie] Pointer, vol. 37, no. 16 (May 13, 1960):  10.

“Squash and tennis,” (Nov. 14, 1964).

“Tennis and squash,” (Nov. 16, 1963):  50.

TRACK

Ammerman, Bob, “On the way – weight [Ed Bagdonas] Pointer, vol. 35, no. 14 (Apr.         18, 1958):  22.

“Army track,” (Nov. 16, 1963):  48.

Bollinger, Dutch, “Pointer profile:  Ron Zinn,” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 13 (Apr. 6, 1962):  4-        5.

Buttolph, Dan, “Pointer profile:  Bill Hanne, the Army track captain…” Pointer, vol. 37,

        no. 16 (May 13, 1960):  17 and 28.

DeSmet, Dennis, “A Pair of aces,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 9 (Jan. 29, 1960):  21 and 31.

Dineen, Joe.  “Randolph:  A Young man on the run,” (Sept. 18, 1976):  30-31.

Glynne and Schwartz, “Cross country:  ‘Iron men of the Corps,” Pointer, vol. 40, no. 3

        (Nov. 1, 1962):  9 and 19.

Jones, Ray, “Pointer profile:  Bill Straub, Pointer, vol. 40, no. 3 (Nov. 1, 1962):  26.

Lovell, J. P., “Dick Shea – The Winning habit,” Pointer, vol. 29, no. 18 (May 2, 1952):          14-15.

McMahan, Tom, ‘[Bill] Hanne’s hustlers,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 8 (Jan. 15, 1960):  21.

McMahan, Tom, “Pointer profile:  Howie Roberts,” Pointer, vol. 38, no. 9 (Feb. 3, 1961):          18-19.

“Man name of Novak [Coach Leo]” Pointer, vol. 26, no. 16 (Apr. 15, 1949): 12-13.

“Mel Pender,” Pointer, vol. 53, no. 3 (Nov. 1975):  12.

“Pointer profile:  Ed Sprague,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 12 (Mar. 11, 1960):  20.

Reeder, COL Russell P. “Red”.  “The 16-Minute track meet,” (Oct. 2, 1971):  11.

Schwartz, Marshall, “Pointer profile:  Joe Almaguer,” Pointer, vol. 39, no. 9 (Feb. 9,         1962):  12-13.

Shea, Jerry, “The Harrier coach [Carleton R. Crowell]” Pointer, vol. 33, no. 4 (Oct. 26,         1956):  25.

“Speed, endurance,” (Oct. 10, 1964):  36.

Terry, Jon.  “Army ‘tacks’ Olympic dreams,” (Sept. 18, 1996):  82-83.

“Track requires full co-ordination,” (Nov. 2, 1935): 14 and 32.

Williamson, Ray, “An Interview with Coach Crowell,” Pointer, vol. 44, no. 7 (Mar.         1969):  7-8

_____.  “Track… Greg Camp,” Pointer, vol. 45, no. 6 (Feb. 29, 1968):  24.

Zuhlke, James, “’Olympian’ task for [Jerry] Quiller,” (Sept. 23, 2000):  7.

UNIFORMS

“Cadet uniform history,”  (Oct. 31, 1959):  10; (1962).

Petree, Cadet B. E. “Cadet uniforms,” (Oct. 29, 1949):  30.

“U.S.M.A. emblem,” (Nov. 2, 1963):  29.

“West Point cadets’ uniforms past and present,”  (Nov. 5, 1960):  54-55.

Wevurski, 2nd Lt. Peter.  “The Proud history of the cadet uniforms,” (Oct. 2, 1971):  15

        and 27.

U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY

Bell, MAJ Bruce K.  “Leaders of character,” [chaplains] (Oct. 1, 1988):  770-71.

Bleiman, Cadet J. J.  “Missions of the Military Academy,”         (Oct. 5, 1946).

Cahill, Joseph M.  “The United States Military Academy – 154 historic years,” (Oct. 20,

        1956).

Cooney, Patrick J.  “A Special day at West Point:  Sights and sounds of homecoming,”

        (Oct. 18, 1986):  58-59.

“The Corps of cadets,” (Oct. 11, 1930):  10 and 29; (Oct. 15, 1932):  9, 14,  34-35, and

        38-39

 Cutrona, MAJ Joseph F. H. “One hundred and fifty years of furthering our national security,” (Sept. 29, 1951):  17 and 51-52.

Cutrona, Capt. Joseph F. H. “The Story of West Point:  U. S. Military Academy strives

        to turn out well trained officers and leaders,” (Nov. 12, 1949):  13 and 60-61;         (Oct. 6, 1951).  .

Dineen, Joe.  “The Meaning of friendship,” [Charlie Weyant] (Oct. 24, 1981):  64-65.

Goetz, Cadet Jerry L. (1953).  “The Great chain,” (Nov. 17, 1951):  13.

“The Growth of West Point, 1900-1952,” (Dec. 1953):  13.

“Historical West Point,” (Oct. 1, 1938):  13-15.

[Horvath, Sgt. Maj. Joseph] Richard M. Arndt, “USMA focus:  Not your ordinary leader         of the band,” (Sept. 25, 1993):  118-119.

“How and why West Point,” (Sept. 11, 1976):  6-7.

Keaney, George, “West Point marching through the years,” (Oct. 4, 1952):  19 and 57.

Norton, Capt. Aloysius A. “The Growth of West Point, 1900-1951,” (Nov. 3, 1951).

Pappas, MAJ George S.  “West Point, past and present,” (Oct. 17, 1953):  19.

Parmly, Capt. E.  “West Point’s mission,” (Oct. 7, 1939):  12 and 37.

“’The Point’ started with 5 officers,” (Oct. 18, 1952):  51, 53 and 55.

Readers’ Digest.  “No horse, no wife, no mustache.” (Sept. 10, 1956): 19, 57 and 59.

“Rocky past helped strengthen “The Point,” (Oct. 25, 1952):  53 and 55.

“The School that Thayer built,” (Sept. 1957):  19

“This is West Point,” (Sept. 24, 1955).

 “Television’s ‘West Point’,” (Oct. 20, 1956):  19 and 61.

“U.S. Military Academy,” (Oct. 11, 1952):  8-9; (Nov. 12, 1954):  27+..

“United States Military Academy…and its story…and its future,” (Nov. 12, 1966).

 “U.S. M.A. Band,” (Sept. 25, 1948); (Nov. 15, 1958):  37; (Nov. 2, 1963):  43-45; (Oct.

        24, 1964):  2-5.

“U.S. Military Academy today,” (Sept. 30, 1967):  17 and 30.

“West Point 1861 Civil War centennial,” (Oct. 21, 1961):  45-48.

“West Point founded in 1802…” (1957):  50 and 58.

“West Point in the Revolution,” (Nov. 17, 1962):  6-7 and 47.

“West Point’s sixth war,” (Oct. 13, 1945):  7, 41 and 43.

“The West Point story,” (Nov. 2, 1963):  71-74; (Nov. 6, 1965):  49-52.

“West Point yesterday and today,” (Oct. 23, 1943).

“West Point yesterday and today,” (Oct. 27, 1945): 20-21 and 52.

Wood, Lt. Robert J.  “The West Points:  By one who knows them; for those who do not,”         (Oct. 3, 1936):  9 and 31-32.

Yates, Thom.  “Duty, honor, country,” (Nov. 7, 1942).

“Your guide to West Point,” (1961).

VOLLEYBALL

Albright, Mike, “Lady spikers continue ascent,” (Sept. 19, 1993):  123.

“Army spikers seeking to leave mark,” (Sept. 21, 1991):  50.

“Lady spikers keep rolling along,” (Oct. 20, 1990):  48.

“Olympic sports seek fall success,” (Sept. 14, 1991):  30.

Salvani, Mady. “Spikers on target for post-season play (Sept. 12, 1987):  138.

Terry, Jon.  “Fall sports focus:  Women’s volleyball team spearheads Army fall sports         success,” (Oct. 17, 1998):   92.

WATER POLO

“Action in the water:  Water polo – aquatic football,” (Oct. 5, 1985):  121.

Bateman, Bob, “Water polo,” Pointer, vol. 32, no. 14 (Apr. 15, 1955):  23.

McCann, Jay, “Water polo... maybe ten,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 13 (Apr. 1, 1960):  12 and         30.

McLaughlin, Dave, “Water polo seeks 12th straight championship,” Pointer, vol. 39, no.         15 (May 4, 1962):  22.

“Water polo – A Game on the move,” (Oct. 1, 1988):  169.

“Water polo, cross country taste success,” (Sept. 21, 1991):  30.

World War II (General)

Army Navy (Nov.1942):  “The U.S. fighting man…:

“Cooperation will win the war,”:  131 and 137-140.

“Ground school.”

“He keeps his faith,”:  112-114, 116 and 178.

“…How does he live?”:  103-104 and 170.

“… How does he play?:  97-100.

        “Keeping fit to fight,”:  107-110 and 176.

        McCord, Bob.  “Fighting men sing.”

        “They have to be tough to win!”.

        “Training made them what they are.”

        “…What does he eat?:  80-84 and 176.

        “…What does he wear?:  86 and 174

         “Women in the war,”:  119-123 and 178.

“West Point from Pearl Harbor to victory,” (Nov. 1945)

Wilby, MG Francis B.  “West Point and the war,” (Nov. 6, 1943):  7, 36 and 45.

Volonte, Midshipman J. E.  “Our future  -- Navy:  Toward two-ocean supremacy,”         (Nov. 1941).

WRESTLING

Alexander, Bill, “Pointer profile:  Dale Kuhns,” Pointer, vol. 38, no. 3 (Oct. 14, 1960):  6.

Baretta, Bob, “Stardom shines on Nashville duo,” [Jared Lostetter rifle and Phillip         Simpson, wrestler] (Sept. 21, 2002):  5.

Crosby, “At 177 pounds, Al Rushatz,” Pointer, vol. 37, no. 9 (Jan. 29):  20 and 30.

Johns, “Matmen end successful season,” Pointer, vol. 29, no. 15 (Mar. 21, 1952):  18 and

        22.

[Natvig, Mike] McMahan, Tom, “Pointer profile:  Mike Natvig of Army fame,” Pointer,         vol. 38, no. 10 (Feb. 17, 1961):  22-23; “Mike Natvig – National champion,”         Pointer, vol. 39, no. 13 (Apr. 6, 1962):  22; “A Class by themselves,” (Oct. 2,         2004):  5.

Partlow, Frank A., Jr., “Wrestling,” Pointer, vol. 36, no 7 (Dec. 19, 1958):  20 and 25.

Presnell, Cadet John F., Jr.  “Army wrestles again!” (Oct. 15, 1938):  11 and 30.

Staub, Jim, “’There ain’t no holt that can’t be broke’,” [Tom Jenkins] Pointer, vol. 36,

        no. 12 (Mar. 11, 1959):  4 and 12.

Williamson, Ray, “Wrestling:  Jim Harter,” Pointer, vol. 45, no. 6 (Feb. 29, 1968):  23.

“Wrestling,” (Nov. 16, 1963):  49; (Nov. 14, 1964):  40.