Maurice Meyer Jr., 45, of Long Branch, New Jersey is a widely respected angler. An investment banker, he is on the team for the fifth time; this year is its captain.
Don A. Allison, 48, of Beverly Hills, California is on the team for his third year. He is considered one of its most experienced anglers and has taken fish in Nova Scotia, the Bahamas and throughout the Pacific Ocean. He is a furniture broker.
Neumann M. Harris, 51, of Broken Bow, Nebraska is an angler of exceptional skill, who has chased tuna in Nova Scotia and the Bahamas for 10 years. He is a steel company executive and is a team member for the fourth year.
William Negley, 41, of San Antonio, Texas is an attorney and business executive. He spends 140 days and travels 40,000 miles annually throughout the world in pursuit of game fish. He is on the team for the second year.
John W. Anderson II, 33, of Detroit is a vice-president of the Bundy Tubing Co. He has been an angler for 20 years and has covered such famous game-fishing areas as Peru, New Zealand and many others. He is a first-year team member.
A. M. Whisnant Jr., 49, of New York holds the Cat Cay Tournament record at 746 pounds and in 1955 took the 585-pounder at Wedgeport, won for the U.S. A team member for the fifth year, he is sales manager of Stonecutter Mills.
James M. Hutton III, 29, of Cincinnati has managed to fish the Atlantic and Pacific with unusual thoroughness. He has taken tuna in Nova Scotia, Scandinavia and the Bahamas. He is an investment broker and a first-year team member.