Fishburne Military High School - Taps Yearbook (Waynesboro, VA)
- Class of 1943
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Text from Pages 1 - 98 of the 1943 volume:
Major Fishburne, a true wizard in the
business world, has been a friendly adviser
and has guided us through many of the
trials and tribulations of the school year.
His faithful service as treasurer has made
him a vital asset to the school.
A421101 Pace ou1 headmastel and English
teacher, will forever be remembered in the
hearts of the Fishburne cadets as one who
has done much to advise and guide us
through our academic difficulties through-
out the school year. We will be eternally
grateful to him for his patience and his
5 me E Rf- MA JOR GALT
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p ' Majtir Galt, serving in the capacity Of
Our new commamlaiit, has proved both eflici-
cut zmcl helpful to all what have come in con-
tact with him. His gentlcmanly conduct and
fairness iii all matters, has made him a
cretlit tu the Marine Curps and Fishburne.
For mzmy years Major llrtiulqs has him-
clletl the athletics at Fislibuiwie birth ably Emil
efficiently. A true athlete himself, the Bla-ini'
has gained respect :mtl :iilmi1':1tiOi1 thruugli
his partiigipatiuii iii all spurts,
CHARLES M. PACE
Instructor in English
WILLIAM W. BARNWELL
Instructor in Languages
PHILIP c. BROOKS
Instructor in Science and BIZ1lhS1'l1ZlfIC's
ELLIOT G. FISHBURNE
HARRY V. CLARK
In structor in IXIZIITIEIIIZIIICS
LAWRENCE B. HORVATH
Instructor in Language and Histury
PAUL C. HALLECK
Instructor in History
JOHN A. BROWN
Instructor in English and Histories
WALTER B. SHOOTER
Instructor in Military Science
R. RANDALL COLE
Instructor in Mathematics and Language
CHARLES J. ELLISON
Instructor in English
JOSEPH P. BRoz
Instructor in Languages
Instructor in Math
ARLET K. VAN SCOY
Instructor in Science
ROBINSON COOK, JR.
ROBERT EARL CLEVENGER CHARLES HIRAM WARNER, JR
Vice President Secretary and Treasurer
VVALTER ER1C AHLBERG
Baseball C353 Manager Swimming C-1, 553
T.,xPs C-1, SD 5 C. Q. 14, SJ 5 Literary Society C1,
2, 3, 4, SJ g President ISD 3 Representative YA1,
CA. C-1, SJ 3 Lieut., lst Plt. "A" Co.
"VValt," along with his twenty uncles,
has a place in all of our hearts. VVe will
never forget his pleasing personality.
ROBERT BARNHILL, JR.
Literary Society C15 5 Private, Band.
Although he is a reserved chap, we
know that "Barney" is not inactive. He
will long be remembered for his stay at
GEORGE KEN NETH ARCHER
Tennis f1,ZJg TAPS IZDQ C. fZDg Liter-
ary Society 127 5 Glee Club tl, 23 5 Monogram
Club 1213 Corporal, "A" Company.
UA. K." has undoubtedly one of the
best senses of humor in barracks. A
Hne friend and a true Carolinian, he is
bound to be a success.
VVARREN STEELE BEALE
VVhen "Steele" arrived at Fishburne,
he had a big brother to live up to, and we
can safely say that Cy can be proud of
Literary Society fljg Private, "B" Co.
WILLIAM B. BOLLINGER
Swimming QZJQ Literary Society C2jg Sgt.
Although "Bill" has caused us many
trying hours on the bugle, he will remain
one of the best liked boys in barracks.
ROBERT WILLIAM BROWNE
Literary Society CU 3 Private, "B" Co.
We don't know much about "Brick,"
but he is far 'from being inactive. When
"Red" is around there is never a dull
moment. Good Luck, "Brick"!
RQBERT ALLAN BRANNER
Track fl, Zjg Literary Society QI, 255 Sgt.,
"Bob" as our mailman, has always
been dependable, and we feel sure that
his dependability will not wane through
WILLIABI CURRENCE CARPER
Dramatic Club fljg Midget Football Cl, Z,
3, -U 3 Midget Basketball QI, Z, 3, -lj 5 Private,
"Shadow" can usually be found wan-
dering from room eussing Shane. Bill is
small in stature, but that does not hinder
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Basketball 1-ll g Manager Tennis 11, Z, 3, -lj 5
TAPS 13, -U Q C. Q. 1-ll, Captain, "A" Co.
The famous "Nose" with his ready wit
and unsurpassed sense of humor has
given us many a happy hour.
CHARLES SUMNER COOK ZND
Football 11. Zh, Swimming 11, ZJQ Honor
Committee 125, Sergeant, "A" Co.
"Action speaks louder than words."
This sentence characterizes "Charlie"
perfectly. Good natured and sincere, he
will reach the top.
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HAROLD HUNTER CLOKEY, JR.
Football 11, 2, 37, Track 11, Z, 355 TA11s
12, 37, C, Q. 11, Z, 35, Editor 12, 3jg Cotil-
lion Club 11, Z, 33 5 Secretary, Treasurer 135 5
Harold has been a demon on the foot-
ball iield and a true "Fairfax Hound."
Serving in the capacity of Lieutenant Ad-
jutant, he has always kept us well posted.
ROBINSON COOK, JR.
J. V .Football 11D g Football 12, 3, 45 2
Swimming 11, 2, 3, -Hg Captain 13, -lj, Presi-
dent Sophomore Class 1Zjq President Senior
Class 1-lb 3 TAPs 13, -U, Editor 143, C. Q. 13,
-lb g Monogram Club 11, 2, 3, -lj.
"Rob" has the unsurpassable quality
of being able to make and keep friends.
His many escapades and "Bull Sessions"
will never be forgotten.
WILBER T, DAMERON 3RD
Midget Football C155 J. V. Football C255
Track C35 g Literary Society Cl, 2, 3, 45 5 Lieu-
tenant, "B" Co.
"Ace" has benefited many of us with
his inside connections. One of the "old
timers," he will be sorely missed at Fish-
HARRY CARL FISHER
Football C25 g Track Cl, 25 3 Sergeant, Band.
"Harry," another one of our D. C.
boys, has proved to everyone of us that
he is a really swell fellow.
JOSEPH 'WILLIAM DENNIN
Midget Football C153 Track CZ, 35, Swim-
ming C35g Manager TAPs C355 C. Q. CZ, 355
Sergeant Guide, "B" Co.
Joe's good naturedness and participa-
tion in many activities has shown that he
is a guy with plenty of intestinal forti-
SAMUEL LIGHTFOOT FLOURNOY
Midget Football C153 Track Cl, 2, 3, 45,
Literary Society Cl, 2, 3, 45 3 Lieutenant, Band.
Although "Sam" is noted for his lack
of joviality, his excellent dry wit has
lightened many of our sorrows.
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VVILLIAM STEWART GAINES EDWARD WESLEY GALLAGHER
lXlatriculated 1941 ltllatfieulated 1941
B3SkE'flWHll Cl. 25: Tennis Cl, 255 COfilliOI1 Rifle Team C155 Honor Committee C15:
Club 11' 25 3 Sffgfiillt "A" Co. Cotillion Club Cl, 255 Junior Scholarship
"Bill" has not only shown his excellent Mt-dal C15 3 Sergeant "A" Co.
sportsmanship on the courts, but also in "Ned" is H t1'L16 SChOlI11' and l1iS 95's
school life. are the envy of many of us. An equally
good boy, we wish him lots of luck.
PHILLIP PITTMAN GQDVVIN
f-phil" JQHN LEE GRAY
Matriculated 1942 n.l0h1mYu
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Tennis C155 Literary Society C155 Private,
"B" Co. Football C15 3 Basketball C15 3 Private, Band.
"Phil" with his satirical manner has u,lohnny" left uS 6211'l5'. but behllld him
enlightened many of the otherwise dull he left many friends who sorely missed
physics classes. his good nature and pleasing personality.
RICHARD FULLER HALL
Football Cl, 21 3 Track Cljg Swimming C25 3
Tennis Clj g Sergeant, "A" Co.
"Ack" is another one that had to leave
us early, much to the sorrow of the track
and tennis teams. A swell fellow, his
name still rings in the barracks.
JOHN VALENTINE HARMON
Football Cljg Basketball Cljg Literary So-
ciety CU 5 Private "A" Co.
John, too, had to leave us early, as he
had an urgent date with the Marine
Corps, but he and his feats on the grid-
iron will not be forgotten,
JOHN HOWARD HALLOWELL
lntramural Basketball Champions C2JgLit-
erary Society Cl, Zh 5 Sergeant, "BV Co.
"Jacko" will always be remembered for
his nightly card games. He is a guy that
can always be depended on when you are
in a jam.
PAUL BURTON HICKS, JR.
Midget Football Cl, Zh: Basketball Cl, Zlg
Tennis Cl, Zjg C. Q. CID.
"Nub's" diminutiveness has not handi-
capped him in any respect. A swell fel-
low and friend, his good-naturedness has
endeared him to all of us.
THOMAS PARKER Hosr, JR.
Football fl, ZJQ Monogram Club 1253 Lit-
erary Society fl, ZD 3 Corporal, "B" Co.
"T. P." is a tride animated and he has
always been everybocly's friend. We
know that his success on the gridiron and
at school will follow him through life.
.IQHN RICHARD HUTCHINGS
Midget Football Cl, 233 Midget Basketball
Cl, Zig Track C355 Honor Committee CZ, 3,
-lj 3 Sergeant Ordnance.
Witli "Hutch" it's "Luckies two to
one," and he has the same to say for
"Tar Heel" land. XVe'll remember him
as the big man in the armory.
RICHARD JOLLY HUDLOW'
Football fllg Cotillion Club Qljg Literary
Society flj g Private, "A" Co.
"Dick" will always be remembered by
those of us who had the privilege of
knowing him as a quiet, good-natured
southern lad with an eye for an airplane
and the women.
GILBERT RESWICK IDE
Football Cljg Literary Society Qlbg Private
"Mort" is a swell New Xorker wit a
ready smile and wit. I-Ie is determined
to get ahead in sports as well as in life
and we have a feeling he will do it.
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WILLIAM CURTIS KEEGIN
Football C15 5 Tennis C1, 255 C. Q. C255
Monogram Club Cl, 255 Corporal "A" Co.
To be brief and to the point Curtis is a
casanova of no mean ability. Fairfax and
Mary Baldwin are two of his best known
conquests. Keep smilin'.
ROGER BEESQN KIRCHOFER
Basketball C1, 2, 35 5 Baseball Cl, 25 g Mono-
gram Club Cl, Z, 353 Honor Committee C355
TAPS C35 5 C. Q. C35 3 Lieutenant "B" Co.
"Zodiac" has proved his worth on the
basketball court as well as in his aca-
demic work. His iron will and determi-
nation makes him bound for success.
KEMPER LAURY KELLOGG
Literary Society C15.
One of our most conservative mem-
bers, "Curly" will always be able to
prove anything he says. Keep hitting the
nail on the head, kiddo!
MAXVVELL PATERSON LEVVIS
Dramatics CZ, 355 Lieutenant Quartermaster.
"Max's" joviality and pleasing counte-
nance has a place with all who know
him. His initiative and determination is
held in the highest esteem of the corps.
ROBERT ALLAN LUCAS
Literary Society flip Cotillion Club CU.
"Bob" is one of New England's con-
tributions to Fishburne and that section
can well be proud of him, for he is a fine
guy with a warm friendly disposition.
CHARLES HARDER MAYS
When the navy comes through, "Archi-
medesu will be on the bridge of the Flag-
ship. Ships may sink, but Mays never.
GEGRGE SH ULTZ M CCARTY
Track CD5 Literary Society CU.
It took "Mac" a little while to get the
hang of the "Military," but he sure has
been going "great guns" since. Yours for
bigger and better chemistry labs, l'Mac."
ROBERT RAY MOSBY, JR.
Cotillion Club Cljg Literary Society CID.
"Ma" is another one of our personality
boys. His smiling face and Congeniality
will be sadly missed next year.
ROBERT EASTWOOD OREBAUGH
J. V, Football C115 Cotillion Club Cl, 215
Literary Society C1, Z1 5 Sergeant, Color Guard.
"Bob" is a Tidewater lad who loves his
sleep. We will remember him as the
Hghosti' of room 305.
SAMLTEL FRED POPKINS
Cotillion Club C115 Literary Society C115
Private, "A" Co.
"Sam" is one of our better "Misters."
A quiet fellow and a good student, he has
gained the respect and admiration of all
who know him.
FRANK STEWART PTLSCH
Track C115 Band Cl, 2, 315 Honor Commit-
tee Cl, 215 Cotillion Club C315 Vice-President
C315 Glec Club Cl, 215 Lieutenant Drum Ma-
The family skeleton in the closet at
Fairfax will always be a great drum-
major with any band.
THOMAS NORRIS PORTER
Football Cl, 21 5 Track C315 Rifle Team C115
Cotillion Club Cl, 2, 31 5 Literary Society C1, 2,
31 5 Intra-Mural Basketball5 Private, "A" Co.
"Tom" will no doubt be remembered
by all of us as an all-round good fellow.
When the Navy gets him, we know he
will turn in an excellent performance
CARI. VVILHUR PRINCE
Cntillion Club flip Literary Society flbg
llllI'1l-Alllflll Bzisketlvallg Private, "A" Co.
Here we have one of our best bets to
make a mild sensation. His quiet efhci-
ency and "stick to it" attitude will make
him in years to come.
ARTHUR IRVVIN RANK, JR.
,luniur Varsity Fuutlvall fl, 35 g Rilie Team fl,
2, 35 g Platuuli Sergeant, "li" Cn.
lf "Art's" keen eye has anything to do
with his finding success and happiness,
we will cease to worry about him.
M UNSELI. RANDALL
Rifle Team 12, .353 Cutillion Club CZ, 3, -U5
Literary Society K-lj, Platotni Sergeant, Band.
"Ducky" is the only representative
from our fair city this year. A "Casa-
nova" and line fellow in every respect, we
wish him luck in years to COINB.
LITTLETON SAVAGE ROBERTS
Literary Society flj 3 Private, "A" Co.
I.. S. is a quiet lad with a double charge
of T.N.T. This ought to help him over
the hurdles of life.
HARRY DORSETT ROLLINGS
Football KID, Track Cljg Literary Society
KU 5 Private, "A" Co.
If being an all-American boy is the
tops, then "Dorty" will have to reach
down to touch the highest pinnacle of en-
JERRY J. SHANE
Rifle Team Cl, 2, 3, -U 9 Monogram Club Cl,
2. 3, 4D g Literary Society C1, 2, 3, -U 5 Cotillion
Club fl, 2, 3, 41 g Platoon Sergeant, "A" Co.
The "alien" can usually be seen going
from room to room with a broom over
his shoulder hunting for Carper. Neither
he nor his native Canada will ever be
WILBUR ERNEST SCHNOPP
Literary Society C155 Intra-Mural Basket-
ball HJ 3 Private, "BH Co.
"Willie" is a guy of whom Virginia can
be justly proud. For his presence at Fish-
burne this year, we are deeply thankful.
ALBERT DUANE SHIELDS
Literary Society 41, 25 5 Corporal, "A" Co.
Waynesboro may well be proud of one
of its two representatives. "Duan,' has
done much to create good will and under-
standing between the townspeople and
ALBERT CROMXVELL SMITH
Track 112, Literary Society QU, Private,
"Al" comes from deep in the heart of
Norfolk and he is really proud of the
fact. A line Virginian, he will really go
ADOLF CHARLES TORQYSKV
T'ack 1153 Tennis 11,2f, Ritle Team C1,3,
4, 555 Cotillion Club 1-Hg President, junior
Class 1453 T.-xPs Staff 653 3 C. Q. Staff 64, 55g
Literary Society fl, 2, 3, -l, SD 3 Major, Battal-
"Torn has been with us five years and
his smile and personality have radiated
a permanent place on the walls of Fish-
HOXVELL GARONNE THOMAS
Literary Society fl, Z, 35, Sergeant, "B" Co.
A fine fellow, "jerry" will live on as a
true sportsman whose l'lO1lCSt efforts have
borne fruit throughout his stay at Fish-
LESTER DAYID XYALLERSTEIN
Literary Society CU, Track fljg Private,
As a trigonometry genius "Queenie"
holds a fair hand but the real beauty of
his character is his ability to handle the
CHARLES HIRAM WARNER, JR.
I. V. Football Cljg Basketball CZ, 3, 4jg
Baseball C253 Track C3, 4jg TAPs Staff C415
C. Q. Staff C41 3 Color Sergeant, Staff.
"Yo," in his tfour years here at school,
has been a perpetual friend to all. An
excellent and consistent ball player, he
has made a basket in each of our hearts.
ROBERT MCORMAN WGODSIDE
Midget Football Cljg Track CIJQ Literary
Society CU, Private, Band.
t'Woody" has been right in there pitch-
ing every inch of the way this year. Keep
that up, that determination, kid, and you
will go places.
DAVID C. VVITCQVER
Track Cl, 25, Glee Club Cl, Zjg Sergeant,
A scientist of no mean ability, the
"Big Boy" will have no trouble with any
future puzzlers. All the luck in the world
Football CU 5 Basketball CU 3 Literary Soci-
From what the corps has seen of
"Bookie," the odds are 1 to IO he makes
the best of his opportunities in later life.
Here's to your continued success!
John Curtis Bagg
Don XYalter Betts
Richard VT. Brand, E -,,,,,-f
NYi,mdward G. Eicke, jr.
Beaufurd T. Erwin, Jr.
XYarren XY. Caskie
Harry B, Dyche, Jr.
Richard H. England
Roy Johnston Finesey
NYilliam Floyd Gaskins, Jr.
XYilIiam Milton Glasgmv, -Ir.
James XV. Grimes
Robert Shcrwrmd Heckrotle
Julian T. Huffman
Sidney M. Lipsitz
Thnmas Sherwood Hudson
Robert Edward Hunter, Jr.
XY. Virden Marshall, Ir.
Allen Milton Murphy
Frederic Davis Poisson
Howard -I. Rymland
Robert L. Sexton, -lr.
XVarner Moore 3rd,
Donald McRae P:1rsely,Jr.
XN'ilIiam DeRoset Ross
Robert G. Sechrest
George Patterson Shedd
Alexander E. Singleton
Charles M, Speicher, Jr.
Charles L. Stokes
David B. Tate
Vkfilliam Northam Vlhitehead
Robert Henry Spain
Frederick Bear Sternberger
Benjamin M, Stradley
Harry Lee VVatts
James David Wilson
nlamcs Nelson Hardin
liarving Calvin Blythe
Rolwert C. llurldig
Kenneth XY. Burrows
Gcorgc C. Calkins
Charles XYendell Carncal
XX'illiam XY. Caswell
Edmund G. Chamlverlain
Henry L. Charlton
David J. Coyle
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Norman F. lrlamon
Robert M, lleal
Alfred di Zerega
NYilliam R. Frame
NX'illiam E. Gardner
NNells E. Goodhue
George S. Goodwin
Clarence VV. Gosnell
Carl M. Hodgkins
Robert D. Kennedy
Howard A. Lane
Furman H. Limeburner
David L. Margolius
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Gordon A. Murray
Bradford M. Patterson
Young A. Pully
Nlfilliam NY. Ramsey
Lewis A, Reinken, Jr.
Eliot S. Smithe
Edward C. Taylor
Ray Alan Vanfflief
S. Robert VVells
James C. NYernyss
Thomas P. Wilkins
Richard F. Avery John A. B. Dahlgren
John J. Baecher Broughton XY. Delaplane
John T. Berrier Alan DeYoung
james Brian Alexander G. lfluncan, jr.
VVilliam R. Brolweck Joseph J. Ellis, -lr.
Robert E. Butler Charles nl. Farrington, J
Edward L. Cooke George M, Foster
John S. Gibson
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James E. Gray Rufus D. Palmer, lr. ig
Russell K. Grilllth Albert O. Pierrot 8 Q
Colin A. Harrison John XY. Seymour. lr. -
Peter Ridley jones Robert S. Sutherland
XYarreu K. Leffler Robert L. Swart
John R. Lovell Zurl. Lloyd L. NYaldon ,
Edward Meadows Robert A. XYayue
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Cultniel A-Xlliert S. Tucker
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hutler the Siiiieiwisiiiii of Culmiel
Tucker Fishlwuriie was mlesiguutecl au
limior sclimil lust year. Fur his tire-
less etltirt :uitl wise cwuusel we nx-
prt-ss uui' deepest aiipiwcizitiuii zuiil
wc :admire him mit truly as ll sfwlnlier
but us at true gentleman.
Captain Xlvalter B. Shouter
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Cziptziiu Slimiter has hiuv :wo lie-
come :i trzulitimizil figure at Fish-
lvurue. His loyalty :uid assistance iu
the interest uf the Corps has created
ltir him the zulmirfllimi anal perpetual
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HAROLD H. CLOKEY, UIR.
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Led hy Captain Gerry Shane and :Xrt Rank this year! rifle team managed tn live up
to the Fishhurnc standard. By placing third in the Randulph Hearst Truphy Match, thcy
added another plaque to the cullcctiun. In thc first match thcy lust a clusc decision tu
Stauntun, hut in their second they camc hack to soundly whip Klassanuttcn. ln a quad-
rangular mcct with A, M. A., Rlassanuttcn and Fmt L'niun, they placed secuncl tu finish
the scheduled matches for the year. Shane was high ptiint man fm' thc seasun and was
closely followed hy Rank. Other guucl men wcrc tilasguw, l'arslt-y, litmtlxiiziii, and Hardin.
The team was ahly cnacht-tl hy Captain Slinnter.
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Led lay Captain Paul Halleck, this year's foothall coach, F.M.S,
started off with a promising lwall clulv. The caissons went into
the iirst game with R.Kl.A. with plenty of confidence. For
three quarters our lmoys fought the visitors to a standstill lwut
two quick touchdowns in the final period
macle the score read R.M.A. 14, F.M.S, O.
The following week they met a very
smooth NYoocllverry cluli and took a heat-
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lvcziutilul toucliclowu runs lw lion Reis. Q x x , Xss g'
A tumlmle in the tourth quarter and a ,cc , y
beautiful runliack set up the X .l1.b.
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l9-19 clezullock. Next came Harrisonburg High :uicl with them NQ5XNf'Si3QiS . .- . ' N 13
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into the win column when Miller School was downed 41-6.
ln this game Harmon, Reis and Meadows teamed up to give
F.Kl.S. an easy victory. It was in this game that Harmon,
Reis and Host became candidates for all state. The final game
was the forty-second annual Turkey-
llay Classic with Augusta and the whole
corps journeyed to A.Bl.A, to see the
game. A.Kl.A. scored Hrst on a fumhle
on our three-yard line. Three plays later
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mpwlv lone tally. The extra point failed and
the tinal heart-breaking score remained
7-6. However, FMS. did not give up,
as the Final whistle blew they had start-
, ed a fifty-tive-yard march. Host, Har-
mon, and Reis gained honorable mention on the all state
football poll. Throughout the season the team showed plenty
of spirit, thanks to Paul Halleck.
Burk RuzvASternberger, Frame, Patterson, Captain Horvath, Erwin, Lovell,
Dennin Qklanagerj, Caswell.
Fran! Ron'-Cook, R., lCaptainj, Ahlherg, Cook, C., XYemyss, XYells, Speicher,
Taylor, Hall, Harrison, Schilling.
This years swimming team, led by Robinson Cook, -lr. of l"ortland. Maine,
had a very successful season by winning three meets and losing two.
After dropping their first meet to Staunton Military Academy, our swim-
mers Came hack to beat A. M. A. and R- M. A. After losing their next meet
to R. M. A., the F. M. S. swimmers came back to finish their season by routing
A. M. A. a second time.
Cook R. was high point man for the year and was closely followed by
NVeymes, Hall, Cook C. and Taylor.
Frou! Rum'-Harmon, Gaines, Hilluck, LCaptz1inJ, Kirchofcr, Hicks.
Back Ron'-Captain Halleck, XX'Unldridge, G., XX'a1'ner, Seymuur, ldc. Clark, 'Wlmilc-head,
Spain, Duncan, Grey, J. L., Cole, Clevcnger Qklallagcxzb
F. M. S. 24-36 R. M. A.
F. M. S. 25-40 S. M. A.
F. M. S. 26-19 V. E. S.
F. M. S. 33-51 S. M. A.
F. M. S. 29-18 Lane High
F. M. S. 33-19 A. M. A.
F. M. S. 30-20 H. M. A.
F. M. 33-24 R. M. A.
F. M. S. 58-36 V. S.
F. M. S. 46-21 Lane High
F. M. S. 37-43 A. M. A.
The cadet five opened the season by taking a loss at the hands
of R.M.A. Hillock, this year's team captain, was outstanding
in this game. The cadets fell to the power of S.M.A. in their
next game, 40-25, But they started their
winning streak when they beat V.E,S.
next, 26-19. Fishburne took a more
smoothly polished team over to SMA.
and held them to a 26-20 half time lead,
then hnally succumbed, 51-33. VVe next
handed a weak Lane
High School a 29-18 de-
feat. FMS, then took
another victory and this
time from A,M.t-X., 33-19,
The cadets then crushed
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ing, 41-18. Hargraye, the sup- 5
posedly top contenders for the V.
military title, were our next
victims, losing' by the score ot
30-20. The team came upon its X'-,L 4 Gund
real test when they Journeyed . ti,
to Rll..-X. Banishing the thought that they had ' w,,.wS'e"8'
been beaten once by the yellow Jackets, they ""'ff"t
brought home a 33-Z4 win. Fishburne gained
its biggest thrill by trouncing X'.E.S. in their ,
second game at Lynchburg by the score of 58-
36. Things started slowly for the F.M.S. quintet as they were behind
at the first quarter, 10-8, but from the second quarter on they couldn't
be touched. Hicks led the scoring with 18 points and XN'arner and
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Clark followed with 15 and 13 respectively. Hillock and Gaines
played excellent defensive hall in this game. Lane High journeyed
to Fishhurne the second time and were thoroughly trounced 46-21.
A.M.A. was really out for revenge when our team traveled to Fort
Defiance and the game was a nip and tuck hat-
tle all the way with A.M.A. holding the lead as
the final whistle hlew hy a score of 43-51,
Wayne Manufacturing Company came hack
and the cadets pounced upon them from the
start, ending the game with score Z8-13, Fish-
hurne on the hig end. The hoys ended the
season hy playing Phi Ilelta Q.
and harely nosing out a victory,
33-30. The high point man for
the year was Charlie VVarner
with 118 points. He was close-
ly followed hy Paul Hicks, who
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had 10.3. Captain Hillock,
Bill Gaines. and Bill Clark
all played a fine hrand of
hall throughout the season.
Gaines and VYarner were
hoth mentioned on the all
state team and the former was runner
up in the numher of votes tallied.
The team was ahly coached hy Captain
Paul Halleck, who kept the hoys in the
right spirit all year. By winning seven
out of eleven league games and ten
played, the Fishhurne quintet finished
one of the most successful Basketball seasons in many years.
out of fourteen games
1 ef 1 ff e 1
I'rince, Englzmd, Gosnell, Flurlrmwy, Bollinger, Hutchings, Marguliurxs.
Led hy Captain Sam Flournoy, group nine came out X'iCU'1l'iO1lS in the Fmals
of the Garnet and Gold League. Hard righting and a stuhhorn defense were the
OLlISfZl11ili1lg factors of this live. Because of their iight, it was easx' to See that
the team would keep their schedule unmarred.
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Fischer, Flournoy, Erwin, Brobeck, Haiglcr, Harrison, Fitts, Pierrot, Captain Halleck,
Clark, Xlhitehcacl, XYitcox'cr, Schwegmann, Kellogg, Carncal, Hitt, Duncan, and Cracldcck
Fishburne's track team promises to he a great success this year with Captain
Bill Clark heading' the team. A great number of boys turned out for track,
but no one knows who is going to make the team. Last years lettermen are:
Bill Clark, Sam Flournoy, joe llennin and Charlie Wlarner. Captain Halleck
coached the track team after previously coaching football and basketball.
YanClief, IJ. Hicks, Gaines, Archer, diZerega, Keeg Hunter, iithe, E. Welles.
Caswell, Captain Clark.
Last year, Fishhurne had it's first tennis team in a number of years. Bill
Gaines was selected as the Number Une man and Captain. This year, Gaines
had with him Clevenger, Archer, and Keegin, all of whom played last year.
Captain Clark coached the team again for his second year.
SENIOR CLASS LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
I, NValter Ahlberg, do hereby bequeath my hairy chest and heavy beard to
I, K. A. Archer, do hereby bequeath to Major Galt a good sharp knife
and you can guess the reason.
I, Bob Barnhill, do hereby bequeath my glasses to Colonel Tucker.
I, "Boo Boo" Beale, do hereby bequeath to Major Galt a better sense of
I, Hill Bollinger, do hereby bequeath room 204 to Seymour in hopes that
he will do as well as I have in keeping Colonel Hudgins awake all night.
I, Robert Rranner, do bequeath to the next sucker all the "do I have any
I, Bill Carper, do hereby bequeath a few words to Alien Shane's vocabulary
when he starts griping about sweeping the tloor.
I, "Nose" Clevenger, do hereby leave the imprint of my nose on the third
stoop Cement for those wh care to remember it.
I, Harold Clokey, do hereby bequeath to Kennedy my third year .-Xdjutant's
stripes and, although he doesn't need it, my ability to get along with Major
I, Charlie Cook, C bequeath to Van Clief, D., a large size tube of
Camphor Ice for his cl -ped
I, "Him" Cook, so here bequeath to Major Galt a bottle of arsenic in
I, "Ace" Dameron, do bequeath to Major Galt my supply of diapers and
plastic pins to use for some other little commissioned othcer.
I, joe Dennin, do hereby bequeath my ability to get ahead to Colonel
Kennedy. Ironical, isn't it?
I, Harry Fischer, do hereby leave my mock occupancy of room 238 to the
next cadet who is favored with the position of librarian.
I, Sam Flournoy, do hereby bequeath?-f f--g to Major Galt.
I, "Slick" Gallagher, do hereby bequeath my tremendous amount of spare
time which I am still searching frantically for to the seniors of the coming' years.
I, "Phil" Godwin, do hereby bequeath to Smithe, E., my privileges of attend-
I, Nub Hicks, do hereby bequeath my interest in Fairfax to the next sucker.
I, Parker Host, do hereby bequeath my ability to climb back through the
transom of section 5 to some unfortunate senior.
SENIOR CLASS LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
I, "Dick" Hudlow, do hereby bequeath to "Tar" Stokes all of the field
I, "one lung" Hutchings, do hereby bequeath my one ounce of blood to
Major tialt so that his face can get redder when he gets mad,
I, "boxtop" Kellogg, do hereby bequeath to all the new men Fishburne with
all its trimmings including held problems.
I, Roger Iiirchofer, do hereby bequeath my mob of refugees to Colonel Glas-
I, Max I.ewis, do hereby bequeath Fishburne at last.
I, llob Lucas, do hereby bequeath to Cadet Lane my eyesight for I under-
stand he has trouble seeing beyond his nasal extremities.
I, "Mate" Mays, do hereby bequeath the title of Archimedes to the guidon
of Co. next year.
I, llob tlrebaugh, do hereby bequeath to Aagaard my book entitled "XYhat
Men Iinow About VL'Yt,llUCl1H beautifully bound with 600 blank pages.
I, "Nancy" Pilsch, do hereby bequeathfftilh heck! I'm not going to leave
her to anyone.
I, Sam l'opkins, do hereby bequeath to Major Galt my hair. Need I say
I, Tom Ilorter, do hereby bequeath all my happy days in my room to Ned
I, "lYuekey" Randall, do hereby bequeath my ability to bum butts to some
I, "lJorty" Rollings, do hereby bequeath my impersonations of Major Galt
to l'ete jones.
I, "Alien" Shane, do hereby bequeath one inch of my height tc, Carper so
that he may be as tall as Hicks.
I, Al Smith, do hereby bequeath Hamlets soliloquy to Young' Pully.
I, ,lerry 'l'homas, do hereby bequeath my super science to Ayers IIay in
hopes that he will get a zuit tigure for the future.
I, "Muggs" Torovsky, hereby bequeath to next year's major man a large
box of aspirins and a month's subscription to "lDidi" lYash.
I, "Que-enie" XYallerstein, do hereby bequeath my ability to run the 100
yards in IU tlat to Major tialt.
l, "Yo" XYarner, do hereby bequeath to Major tialt money to buy marine
uniforms for the cadets of next year.
I, ll. C. Wjtcover, leave.
I, "XYoody" XYootlsitle, do hereby bequeath my position in the band to any
other enterprising soul who thinks he can play and can't.
Walter Eric Ahlberg ....
George Kenneth Archer ....
Robert G. Barnhill ........
Warren Steele Beale ..,.
Xvilliain LJ. Bollinger. ..
Robert Allen Branner .......
Robert William S. Browne. ..
William Currence Carper. ..
Robert Earl Llevenger ....
Harold Hunter Lilokey ....
Charles Sumner Liook II ....
Robinson L'ook, jr- ........ .
Xvilbur Thomas IJameron ....
joseph Xvilliain IJennin ....
Harry Carl Fischer ........... .
Samuel Lightfoot Flournoy .... .. ..
William Stewart Gaines ...... ...
Edward Xvesley Gallagher. . .. .
Philip Pittman Godwin .....
john Lee Gray, jr ..,..,.
Richard Fuller Hall ......,.
john I1 oward H allv twell ....
john Valentine Harmon. . ..
l'auI Burton Hicks ........
Thomas Parker Host, jr.. ..
Richard jolly Hutllovv ..... .
john Richard Hutchings .....
Gilbert Beswick lde ........
Xlilliam Liurtiss Reegin ......
Iiemper Lowry Kellogg, jr.
Roger Beeson Rirchoier ....
Max Patterson Lewis .....
Robert Allan Lucas .......
George Schultz MCL arty. . ..
Lliarles Harden Mays ......
Roert Ray Mosby, jr. .,,... .
Robert lcastvvood Ljrebaugh
Frank Stewart Pilsch .......
Samuel Ifred Popkins. ..
'thomas Norris Porter ......
Larl Wilbur Prince ..........
Fliineas Munsell Randall, jr.. ..
.'N1'tIll.1I' lrwin Rank, jr. ....,. ..
Littleton Savage Roberts, jr
ltarry Uorsett Rollings ..... .
Willter lui-nest Schttopp. . .
Gerald j. Shane ............ ..
Allred lJuane Shields ..........
Albert Lromwell Smith, jr
,Ierry Thomas, jr. ......... .
Lester IJ. NX alierstem, j r.. . . .
Lharles Hiram XYarner, j r.. ..
IJavid Liarl Xvitcover .......
Robert Moorman X'Yoodside..
Lfrayson Garrett Xvooldridge. . .
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.....905 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta, Ga.
.......5 Lililiford Street, Portland, Maine
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...595 Rivfard Boulevard, Grosse I'ointe, Mich.
.... . .100 Park Avenue, Newport News, Ya.
....92lI Lowper IJrive, Raleigh, N. Li.
..............57 Holly Road, XYaban, Mass.
......1l2X t-.lizalteth Avenue, Lharlotte, N. Lf
....Rosser Apts., Rugby Road, Lniversitvg Ya.
...pals LIICSJILIL Ave., Nuvv'pot'. News, Ya.
...........1l7 Severn Road, Norfolk, Ya.
Maryland Avenue, Annapolis, Md.
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...la LJak Lane, Hampton Gardens, Richmond, Ya,
..,,................,oox 3312, liedtesda. Maiylantl
..5-.75 N. IJ. G, Avenue, Montreal, Quebec, Lanada
.............AIot'lte Blue Manor, Xv avnesboro, Ya.
.1322 XX LSI LJcean vitvv tvve, Norfolk, Ya.
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...tlllll Llasteern Avenue, Silver Springs, Md.
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Liooli, C .....
Cook, R.. . ..
Kellogg. . .
Mosliy. . .
Pilsch . . .
Prince. . .
XYarner . ..
....His twenty uncles
. . . . . .His dry humor
..."Major, can I ask you a question?"
.,."You ain't got a letter."
....His nose, his cows, and his sharp wit
...grades, personality, and "Butterball"
..........,...Build and good humor
............Legs, -I. Red, and ,Ioyce
....His telephone calls with Marylin.
..... . . . . . . . ."How should I know."
....... . . .Pace's amen corner
. ...Basketball and his good looks
...,..The way he Comlss his hair
.."What am I going to carry it in F"
. ,.................. English grades
. ........ "XYhy did you trump my acc?"
..... . ."His comparison to Davy O'Brian.
...,The P, X. Bobby, and plenty of "guts"
. . ...... .."NNhat's this mean, .-Xrcher ?"
.... .....Singing in the shower
........... His one lung
...'lIJo you happen to have a cigarette?"
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .His love for Fishhurne
...........lJot, his grades, and his ears.
....7 years and he still is good natured-
..."I'm always the one who has to go."
...,..... Science classes
... .His maternal instincts
His hair, the Merchant Marines, and Ruth
...."XX'oodside eats it.'
...Imitations of Galt
. . . ........... Leesburg
..."I don't care as long as I know I am right."
.......,...His M. S. grades
trips to the hill
....His arguments with Major Pace
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