Unless any classmate can show otherwise, I lay claim to be the last guy in our class to get a come-around in Plebe year. Here's how it happened. I invited my high school girlfriend (her name was Nancy), for June Week. She arrived around noon on the last day of Dead week, one day before our group's June week rental "cottage" was available. Remember our dating privilege did not start officially until June week. So I reserved a room for at Carvel Hall for that night. I met up with her and we checked her into the hotel and to spend some time together with her, we went to the old Buzzy's pizza restaurant just outside Gate 3.
While we were there a Second Classman came in with his girlfriend and sat a distance away from us. He took note of us and motioned me to come to his table. He stated that Plebes weren't allowed to date until June Week staerted. He asked me for my name, company and Alpha code #. I complied. He told me his name was Joe Phelan, his room # in Bancroft and he ordered me to come-around prior to that evening's meal formation. After leaving and walking Nancy back to Carvel Hall, I went back to my room. I showed up for my come-around on time and I think Joe was surprised by my appearance. He asked me why I had been with Nancy and I told him of my situation and Nancy's worries of being in an unfamiliar place, He sympathized with me and my actions but said I had broken a rule and needed appropriate discipline. The come-around was sufficient for him in this case because I had shown him my integrity by coming. He did say he would have written a Form-2 if I had "blown him off". I've sometimes wondered if he'd have done it and if so, how it would have been handled by the system.
Fast forward to the early 1980's. I was now a LCDR in the Naval Reserve, a member of an ASWOC unit with a gaining command of the ASWOC in Rota, Spain. I did several ACDUTRAs there, and during on of them, VP-45 was the deployed squadron. Surprise, surprise, the CO of VP-45 at that time was CDR Joe Phelan. The interesting part of this story was that the XO of that same squadron was a CDR named Dick Phelan, Remember Joe Phelan was Class of 1966. Dick Phelan was a member of the Class of 1964. The joke they were pulling was they were brothers. I eventually found out that was not true but it certainly made for a good story. The real story in this case was Joe Phelan had been deep-selected several times and was in year group "63 and therefore senior tp Dick. It was pure luck that had paired them CO/XO. I never would have known Joe Phelan without that encounter back in Annapolis in early June 1965.
Believe it or not, that is a true story.