1957 (Dedo DE-10)
- Type: Bulk freighter
- Displacement: 11,151 gross tons
- Dimensions: 713 x 62 x 34 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbine, single screw, 9,350 SHP = knots
- Builder: Oregon Shipbuilding Corp, Portland, Oregon, 1945
- Rebuilt: American Shipbuilding, South Chicago, Illinois, 1951
- Service: Launched as a VC2-S-AP3 class "Victory" ship Notre Dame Victory on 9 Mar 1945 for the U.S. Maritime Commission. Originally 439 ft. long. Purchased by Cleveland-Cliffs Steamship Co in Dec 1950. Hull lengthened to 620 ft. by Bethlehem Shipbuilding Co, Baltimore, Maryland, and renamed Cliffs Victory. Towed up the Mississippi to South Chicago, arriving 9 May 1951 to complete her conversion to a Great Lakes bulk carrier by American Shipbuilding Co. Further lengthened to 700 ft. in 1957, also at South Chicago. Known for her high-speed runs and distinctive profile. Ran aground near Johnson Point in the St. Marys River 9 Dec 1976, and took two days to free; said to have caused the the worst traffic jam in the river in fifty years. Laid up in 1981 and sold for scrap in 1985. Renamed Savic she sailed under her own power to South Korea for dismantling in Dec 1986.