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April 1946 (Part II) Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute (Naval Academy Special Issue)

UNITED STATES NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS

APRIL, 1946 No. 518, Part II

100 YEARS OF THE U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY
A collection of articles as they appeared in the Proceedings during
the Centennial Year of 1945

Contents from the Front Cover

April 1946 (Part II) Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute (Naval Academy Special Issue)

  • The Establishment of the Naval School at Annapolis.—Sturdy - - - 1
  • The Selection and Procurement of Better Candidate Material for the
    Naval Academy.—Ford and Stokes - - --- 19
  • The Naval Academy in Five Wars.—Bolander 35
  • Extracurricula—Midshipmen Organizations and Activities.—Robert 47 The Superintendents of the Naval Academy.—West - - - - - 59
  • The U. S. Naval Academy and Annapolis during the Civil War 1861-
    1865.—Magruder 69
  • The Naval Academy Cemetery on "Strawberry Hill."—Duval - 75
  • Naval Academy Museum—The First 100 Years.—Baldridge - 79
  • The Naval Academy Chapel—Cathedral of the Navy.—Robert - - 93
  • Naval Academy Athletics-1845 to 1945.—Aamold - - - 105
  • The Naval Academy as Housekeeper.—Robert 119
  • Graduation Exercises at the Naval Academy 1854-1914.—Houpt - - 131
  • The Perpetuation of History and Tradition at the Century-Old U. S.
    Naval Academy.—Duval
  • A Hundred Years of the Naval Academy.—Bolander
  • Education and Training at the Naval Academy.—Sturdy -
  • Graduates of the U. S. Naval Academy.—Wilson

1946-04 Part Two Naval Institute Proceedings

April 1946, Whole No. 518, Part II, Vol. No. 72, No. 4

Table of Contents

  • THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NAVAL SCHOOL AT ANNAPOLIS, U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS, JANUARY, 1945 1
    By Henry Francis Sturdy
    One of the basic defects of the Navy, before the year 1845, was the absence of any effectively organized system of education for the young men who had entered the Navy to become officers.
  • THE SELECTION AND PROCUREMENT OF BETTER CANDIDATE MATERIAL FOR THE NAVAL ACADEMY, U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS, FEBRUARY, 1945 19
    By Captain Walter C. Ford, U. S. Navy, and Lieutenant Commander J. Buroughs Stokes, U. S. Naval Reserve
    The problem of the selection and procurement of better candiddate material for the academy has the following aspects which must be considered more or less independently and in detail: (a) The nomination and appointment of midshipmen; (b) final physical qualifications; and (c) the methods of qualifying mentally.
  • THE NAVAL ACADEMY IN FIVE WARS, U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS,
    MARCH, 1945 35 By Louis H. Bolander
    The United States Naval Academy has furnished naval officers for service in five different wars in which our country has fought: The Mexican war, the Civil War, the War with Spain, and the two World Wars.
  • EXTRACURRICULA—MIDSHIPMEN ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES, U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS, APRIL, 1945 47
    By Sarah Corbin Robert
    Perhaps the one feature of extracurricular life which, along with hops and balls, has continued from the beginning of the Naval Academy is the provision for the religious needs of the midshipmen.
  • THE SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE NAVAL ACADEMY, U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS, JULY, 1945 59
    By Associate Professor Richard S. West, Jr., U. S. Naval Academy
    The story of the Naval Academy is a story of continual adaptation and change. The Naval Academy is a sword that is continually being forged and tempered and whetted, an itellectual weapon, an educational institution in which perennial chanage is the order of the day.
  • THE U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY AND ANNAPOLIS DURING THE CIVIL WAR 1861-1865, U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS, AUGUST, 1945 69
    By P. H. Magruder, Former Secretary, U. S. Naval Academy
    An outline of the conspicuous part displayed by this locality during those tragic days.
  • THE NAVAL ACADEMY CEMETERY ON "STRAWBERRY HILL," U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS, AUGUST, 1945 75
    By Ruby R. Duval
    This is the Naval Academy Cemetery, quiet and peaceful, gathering within its fold a long and eventful history.
  • NAVAL ACADEMY MUSEUM—THE FIRST 100 YEARS, U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS, SEPTEMBER, 1945 79
    By Captain Harry A. Baldridge, U. S. Navy (Retired), Curator
  • THE NAVAL ACADEMY CHAPEL—CATHEDRAL OF THE NAVY, U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS, OCTOBER, 1945 93
    By Sarah Corbin Robert
  • NAVAL ACADEMY ATHLETICS-1845 TO 1945, U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS, OCTOBER, 1945 105
    By Walter Aamold
  • THE NAVAL ACADEMY AS HOUSEKEEPER, U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS, NOVEMBER, 1945 119
    By Sarah Corbin Robert
    A wonderful history of clothing and feeding the mdshipmen at the Academy including the current meal prepartions and precautions made to keep the men healthy and well fed.
  • GRADUATION EXERCISES AT THE NAVAL ACADEMY, 1854-1914, U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS, DECEMBER, 1945 131
    By Lieutenant C. T. Houpt, U. S. Naval Reserve
  • THE PERPETUATION OF HISTORY AND TRADITION AT THE CENTURY-OLD U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY 139 By Ruby R. Duval
  • A HUNDRED YEARS OF THE NAVAL ACADEMY 147
    By Louis H. Bolander
  • EDUCATION AND TRAINING AT THE NAVAL ACADEMY 153
    By Henry Francis Sturdy
  • GRADUATES OF THE U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY 157
    By Lieutenant William E. Wilson, U. S. Naval Reserve

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