National Geographic : 1951 Mar
Yankee Roams the Orient 349 Stephen I. Johnson A Battered Hulk Seems Poised to Slip Beneath the Waves: Guadalcanal This Japanese cargo vessel took a knockout punch in World War II; her stern rests deep in Iron Bottom Sound. Close by, Yankee anchored above four Allied cruisers sunk in a single night (page 331). \WE -ll-^^ Mrs. W. J. Donovan Robert Presides Over a Swimming Party in Yankee's 14-Foot Dinghy Yankee carried fresh water for drinking and cooking, but not enough for bathing; that had to be done in sea water. This brimming, salt-free tubful, taken aboard in the Philippines, was a true luxury (page 331).