Fork Union Military Academy - Skirmisher Yearbook (Fork Union, VA)

 - Class of 1951

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Pages Pages Pages Pages Pages Pages Pages Page Page 1-9 10-27 28-71 72-91 92-115 116-138 139-176 177 178 Dedication to Major Charles Graham Thomas who for twenty years as Athletic Director of the Fork Union Cadets has devoted his attention and infinite patience to build the Fork Union tradition of line spirit and good sportsmanship. It is through his indefatigahle effort and inspiration that the Fork Union Cadet will always be looked upon as a true sportsman and Christian gentleman. Through his energy and devotion a nucleus of school spirit has been formed and will form the nucleus of good citizenship. We, the Senior Class of 1951, take pleasure in dedicating to our friend and coach 4Rosie, Thomas this edition of the SKIRMISHER. MAJOR 'Rosie' Thomas Athletic Director, Coach of Basketball and Baseball MAJOR CHARLES GRAHAM THOMAS ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Fork Union is indeed proud of its Faculty who are in charge of training the Cadet Corps for life. Our Faculty have shouldered their burden of responsibility in a way that is a credit and honor to our Academy. It is with sincere hopes that we wish them continued success in the future. acult COLOR GUARD-r Q , 'Nix if if 'ff 5-ix, S iii". .w ggi, 1. wi" 1 .A 1 QW' f .ss , 4 vw 'H 'Z v . ,J 4 'nxt' 1 f- 'filt- x 5 ' :fig . Iiif ' , E 1 .I gh gi ! . K I fi., Y - .'.,,, ,I is 1 , ?'+ s Fx - 'fs 63 , M gf 1. . A s Q . X jf-if .Av ' - . A 1 'fl' Y 3 ,S , . y. , nim- n IW' ' . --n 5. V . N , if cv. .Q lin nl - JOHN JORDAN WICKER. TI1.G., D.D. Richuunml Collegcg Southern Theological Semiuaryg l'l1'f'SiClt"l"ll and Biblical Leclurerg Pastor Baltimore, Marylanclg First Church, Trenton, New .leweyg lmigll STICCI Church, Hiclmmond Virginiag Evangelist, I.f'ClllI'l'I', World Traveler: President, Fork lvniun Military Avaclemy 1930-l945g PrPsiclf'm Erm-rilus. Fork lillltill Military iXC3Llf'I1ly. 1946- 12 JAMES fIALfJXYlfI.L WIf,IKI'fH. ILA.. 'l'I1.H., DD. ersily of Hiwllmonrlz Sl'llllllt'I'Il Tllt'UlUgIiL'E1I Sfflllillilfyl Paflnr. Firfl Haplixl f:hLlI't'Il. Elizulu City. North ffurolinu. 1928-30: Puflnr. NllI'lllNiiIC lhlptisl f1IIllI'L'll. Ilia-lunnmrl. Yi1'gir1ia1. 1930--13 Naval .XYiLlliHll. Num! fzlllllililill. 19-I3-45g llI't'Sil16llI. Fork lnirm Military .Xl'21llQ'IIlj, 194-5- 13 D4-ni COLONEL NATHANIEL JAMES PERKINS. A,B. son University, Assistant Principal, lligli Sclimml, Nashville, 111inuis, 1902-03g Principal, City Craniinur Schuul, Aspen, C010raflu, 1903-04, Prinvipal. High Sclmnl. Sanfurfl, Florifla. 1906-14g Principal, lligli Sclimrl, Caryslmrook, Virginia. 1914--16, 1T'lSll'llClOI', Furk Lniun Military Acafle-my, 1916-17g Acting: Prvsiilent Fork Lvnion Military Acailmny, 1917-18, Pri-siilent Fork Union Military Academy, 1918-303 lleamlinasler, Academic Department, lnstruutnr in Lulin anrl C4-rman. Fork lninn Military ,-Xcuilviiiy. l93O-19483 Heacliiizlstei' Emeritus, lfnrli llninn llilitary ,-Xcacleniy, 1949- 14 COLONEL HARRY MORTON WALDRON, A.B., M.A. l'nivr-rsity of Richmond, B.A.g University of Virginia, M.A.g Graduate work in English at Harvard llniversityg Principal. Moneta High School. 1926-27g lllstructor in English, Georgia School of Technology, l929-32: Assistant Principal, Stewartsville lligh School, 1933-34g Headmaster, Junior School, Fork Union Military Academy, 1934-353 1945-463 lnstructor in English. Fork Union Military Academy. 1935-45g l946-48g llvaflmaster, Fork Union Military Academy l9494 15 COLONEL FRANK ALLEN CROCKETT, A.B. Virginia Military Institute, Instructor, Blackstone Military Academy, 1927-31, Instructor in Mathematics, Fork Union Military Academy, 1931-32g Commandant, Fork Union Military Academy, 1933- 16 MAJOR CHARLES GRAHAM THOMAS, JR., B.S. Virginia Polytechnic Inslituteg Post-Graduate Work, Virginia Polytechnic lnstitutvg Head of Science Department, Fork 1lnion Military Academy, 1930-359 Athletic Director, Fork Union Military Academy, 1930- 17 MAJOR I. X. HOWELL MAJOR .L H. WILDMAN, AB., M.A. A SSFSHIIII H8flfIlIlIl.Yft'f English LT. COL. STANLEY Y. KENNEDY, A.B. Asszfsmrzf Conzmandant TI'f'!lSIlfl'I' CAPTAIN C. F. HOFFMAN Qzmrzcrmaster Adviser to Slrirmish er LT. COL. E. J. SNEAD A.B. Mathematics Heazlnzfzstel' of Summer School 18 CAPTAIN II. F. REICIIENBACH, A.H. INIAJOR ll. NI. ROBERTSON, ISS., LLA.. ISD. liiblf' Till' passing of our befnrzfrf .Unjar Cosby M. Ruberlsmz, has left Il'l.I,I us all a sensv nl' sorrow aml loss. He rms surf: ll flfl'lIlI 111111 bf?II6'f!Il'f0I' In the entire rorps of cadets. MAJOR ll. H. KELLY, 8.13. KLA. Law, 1' l'CI1L'l1, Hzstury CAPTAIN W. R. llbDGlNS, ILA., M.A. IJIIIYSIIFS, Rznlio CAPTAIN J. A. STANLEY, A.B. CEIIBIYII Scienrc 19 fWt1l1zen111liCs Arlrisvr 10 Slfirmishvr CAPTAIN S. I.. KENT, ISA.. MA. CAPTAIN B. C. WILLIAMS, ILA. History MAJOR E. J. KIERRICK, B.S. Ifconum Irs, B00liflx'6C17il1g I CAPTAIN E. H. LACY. JR. B.A. English CAPTAIN .I. W. PENDERCRASS, JR., B.A. 20 Mathematics English CAPTAIN H. G. WILIHQR, JR ,-MB. CIAPTXIN L, I'. WHl'I'COKIl3 mx., MA. SIJIIIILYII CAPTAIN S. C. WIIITON, JH. ILA. IIXPTAIN J. P. WILNIOT BS. English History f,.l11'l7ZiSffj CAPTAIN M. G. WEgX'I'liERI.Y. I' Q 21 Biology Lalin Arlzisvr In Sulrrr IVXIN R. H. ilRO5lIal!. JH.. H,-X. Urgnnisr 8111 Crmle' CAPTXIN H. Il. BAISILIQAY. B.M. Pimm. Ilfve Club. C,-XPTAIN ll. F. RH XY, I3 A Erlglixlz CAPTAIN L. K. I'lEISKlCI,I.. BS. PAP TAIN C. W. NICCAIIIC. ILA. Boolflrffeping, Typing 22 lfnglisll. Spnlzisfz t'l'.j PAl I, G. WIIVY lIAl'TAIN I.. K. Nll IEA. H111 Crflflf' LES, tQ,XP'I'AlX R. N. ROSE. HS.. NIJ. .1II1flIt'I71flliI'S XIISS EIWNIQIE IIIEIAIH llfllfllfiflll HRS. C. NI. ROBERTSON .fissistmzi l.ibrarir1r1 23 Dirvrmr of lfvliginzm .4 f'Ii1'ili1'x MRS. VIRGINIA M UCREADY Nurse DR. J. II. YEATMAN, M.D. Avfzllenzy Physician MRS, GLADYS W. SMITH, HN. In Charge of Inyfrmzzry Infrmary Sm AIRS. KATIE PETIY SNEAD Night Nurse lnfrmary Staff CAPTAIN M. Q. MADISON Bookkeeper, Accountant 24 MRS. ELLEN B. STEVENS NIIIS. HAXIIOLD H. IQILLLX S11110l'11is01', Sfurfenl .f4I'C'UlUIfS NIIIS. M. PICNNINCTON IN INS usp MRS. RALPH L. MMIAN Sf'f'I'l'fIIl'Y SCCTPIIZKV Secrelrlrwx MISS DORIS MARKS 25 Secretary K. ll, NI. IX ISIDRO s,x1:,xT1c. ci.fi.K., IRA., lil, 1llc'I11'c1lJ Chief SIUIVIIIAIZ Mlib. L. C. ICASON llosless MRS. 'FIIONIAS P. GLASS Secretary Klll. E. W. BOWERS Sufwrinlcmlent of liuilflings 26 and Grounds llivfilfrllz Mr. Marion C. Thomas, President of Board of Trus- tees attends our an- nual Home-coming Day riinner. Col. Wicker intro- duces the Faculty to ,.,k ,.., , , ' the Homecoming Day dinner guests. i'iUIllCLJUll'liI1g Day dinner being enjoy- mi by our Boaril of Trustf-as, Faculty, Alumni and ollim' friends. 3 n h The nzenzhers of the class of 1951 have been successful in controlling the affairs of the Academy campus, and, as they go forth into new .hehls of study and ena'eavor, we wish lheln the same sue- cess and happiness. They have eolllrihuted lo the flevefopmenl of Fork Union, but how great that conlribution has been, lhe coming years alone can a'elernzine, Senior lass - 1 f. , , ff, 3' ' -K .lr 1 , .1 ga waging :y!Jox, ,X ,L . .Li 1 t -P sf ., ' 35 3 n S M Y :Fx-5 , wxxxg 3 xx x in Q n.,A C 1'?,,4f' fi K L, R we, vmfsk, 1 ' Q WX in x 5 kv 3 fx, 5? 2 +5 J Q , ew K, X -x fi. Y' x A Q ' K 4 R will a X' W ' 4.':' .xg 50- N xmas' ' 4, .,3 W .,2.,,l 5, y ' X FRZIQQJQ' , ,QU gf' . Q .i, 45" - ' 'Q 'lin . wx, S V' A' L' GJ if XE- 5. X KW o x? ', pp fi: A- 'N' X il, ' if 9 our grades this year as we felt there was still plenty of time for l.!.:.m.n.v.nm! Se nior Class !.m.n.y..n.v.!.g r - 1 X xi 5 Y 'u Histor Academy in September of 1947 We were known as Freshmen 1 in our classes and privates 111 the m1l1tary ranks We began the A slo , arduous task of learning, 11ot only from our books, but P from our faculty, the cadet officers, friends, and, above all, our own experience. As the year progressed we worked, studied, AY a l. N S Q Q S S 1948: FRESHMEN S We were young and inexperienced when we entered the X ' , 1 S W pla ed, and learned to respect the other fellows feelings. lVlost of 11 we waited, waited for 11ext year. ' X 1949: SOPHISTICATED X In our second year we began to make ourselves known around S the campus. Many of us became non-comsg others held minor X l club oflicesg still others played in our various junior varsity sports. We were a cocky lot, thinking we knew all the tricks of the trade. However, we learned, as the months went by that there Q-jg was still much to learn. Most of us didn't worry too much about X X df that in the years ahead. 1950: INTELLECTUAL As ,luniors we received even greater responsibility. We were junior ollicers, senior non-coms, club officials, and some great athletes. We began to study harder when we heard of that mysterious thing called a senior average. All of us began to feel like a part of the school. lts deep spirit and tradition had taken a firm hold on us. We could see our senior year looming ahead and we made plans in order to be ready to meet its responsibilities. 195 1 : DIGNIFIED We were Seniors 11ow. The key positions in the Academy were ours, whether it be academic, extra-curricular, military, or athletic sphere. ln these positions of trust and honor we began to teach those who would take our places. We studied harder than ever, trying to get the highest senior average possible. As we worked, we kept our graduation day in mind. We were finishing the first part of our training in order to meet the problems of lifels struggles and we wanted the best weapons possible. On graduation day we left with sad farewells, diplomas in hand, ready for our new life ahead. 30 MRS. LILA DIQSPORT Fort Mill, South Carolina Sponsor Major KAY MILTON PATTON President Senior Class icers JONES, R. E. WEAVER, E. JARRELL, J. K. Vice-President Secretary-Treaszlrer Hislorian 9 4-8-'4-9 49-'50 50-'51 47-748 48-'49 49-750 50-'51 '47-748 '48-'49 '49-'50 '50-'51 GEORGE PAUL ADAMS 1158 49th Avenue LONG ISLAND CITY, NEW YORK Privateg Intramural Sports. Privateg Model Clubg Intramural Sports. Privateg Corporalg Rifle Teamg Model Clubg Intramural Sports. JACK THEODORE AHLF 2356 Grand Concourse BRONX, NEW YORK, N.Y. Privateg Intramural Sports. Privateg Manager Varsity Footballg Intramural Sports. Corporal 5 Manager Varsity Football 3 Dramatic Club. Staff Sergeantg Manager of Varsity Footballg Intra- mural Sportsg Non Com Club. RONALD FRANCIS ARIAS 14-6-06 58th Avenue FLUSHING, NEW YORK Privateg Intramural Sports. Privateg National Defense Clubg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Sergeantg Trackg Non Com Clubg Ciceronian Literary Society. Sergeantg Trackg Non Com Clubg Sabre Staffg Honor Platoong National Defense Club. 32 48949 49350 '50f51 147348 '48f49 '49350 ,50751 749350 '50351 ROBERT BORRAS ARTIZ 200 N.E. 45th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA Privateg P.F.C.g Ir. School Varsity Footballg Trackg Flying Clubg Dramatic Clubg Swimming Teamg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Sergeantg Honor Platoong Flying Clubg Non Com Clubg Trackg J.V. Footballg Intramural Sports. Tech. Sergeantg Honor Platoong Trackg Flying Clubg Non Com Clubg Sabre Staffg National Defense Clubg Intramural Sports. ADDISON AYERS, JR. 211 South Main Street HARLAN, KENTUCKY Privateg Hiking Clubg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. Staff Sergeantg Intramural Sportsg Non Com Clubg J.V. Footballg National Defense Club. Master Sergeantg Oliicers, Clubg National Defense Clubg Intramural Sports. WILLIAM NICHOLAS BACALIS 122 West 19th Street NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Privateg Trackg Clee Clubg Sabre Staffg Intramural Sports. Privateg Dramatic Clubg Sabre Staffg Intramural Sports. January Graduate ' I 33 7 DONALD WILLIAM BERGMAN Bacon Park Drive FAIRWAY OAKS, SAVANNAH, CA. 48-'49 Privateg P.F.C.g DelVIoIayg Intramural Sports. 49-'50 Privateg Intramural Sportsg DeMolay. 50-'51 Privateg Dramatic Clubg Intramural Sports. ARTHUR JOSEPH BISOGNE 2423 14th Street WASHINGTON, D.C. 48-749 Privateg Intramural Sportsg Tennis. 49-'50 Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sportsg Tennisg Trackg Sabre Stalf. 50-751 Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sportsg Ten- nisg Trackg ,I.V. Footballg Sabre Stalfg Glee Club. ANTHONY NICHOLAS BOVE 653 Garlield Street HAZELTON, PENNSYLVANIA 50-'51 Privateg Varsity Football. 34 RONALD EARL BOWLES, JR. Route 2 Pamplin FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA '50-751 National Defense Clubg Varsity Basketballg Varsity Baseballg Veteran. EDWARD RICHARD BOWMAN 301 East Baker Avenue WILDWOOD, NEW JERSEY '4-7748 Privateg Corporalg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. ,48-'49 Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sportsg Model Club. 749-'50 Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. '50-551 Lieutenantg Intramural Sportsg Oflicers, Clubg Model Club. GRAYSON VADEN BRADSHAW, JR. 1141 Jamestown Crescent ' NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 50-'51 Privateg J.V. Footballg DelVIolayg Intramural Sports 35 MILTON DeWITT BRINSON, JR. GRANTSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 48-'49 Privateg P.F.C.g Intramural Sports. 419-'50 Corporalg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. 50-'51 '48-'49 '49-'50 '50-'51 '47-'48 '48-'49 '49-'50 '50-'51 Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. CUTHBERT BRISTOW, JR. Virginia Street URBANNA, VIRGINIA Privateg Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Dramatic Clubg Intramural Sports. Staff Sergeantg Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Club fPresidentlg Manager Varsity Baseballg Color Guard. Lieutenantg Officers, Clubg Model Clubg Intramural Sports. CHARLES FRANKLIN BRYAN, JR. Post Office Box 34 POQUOSON, VIRGINIA Privateg Rifle Teamg Intramural Sports. Privateg Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Flying Clubg Rifle Teamg Intramural Sports. Tech. Sergeantg Sergeant Majorg Rifle Teamg Fly- ing Clubg Intramural Sportsg Officersl Club. Captaing Battalion Adjutantg Officers, Clubg Rifle Teamg Intramural Sportsg Flying Club. 36 WILBUR LEO BURCH, JR. 5327 Cordelia Avenue BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 49-'50 Privateg Intramural Sports. 50-'51 Privateg Dramatic Clubg Intramural Sports. DAVID RICHARD CARLIN 202 F Avenue BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 48-'49 Privateg P.F.C.g Intramural Sportsg Stamp Clubg Honor Platoong Tennis Teamg Sabre Staff. 49-'50 Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sportsg National Defense Clubg Dramatic Clubg Sabre Staffg Honor Platoong Tennis Team. 50-551 Staff Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sportsg Honor Platoong Sabre Staffg Gold Star Council: Athenian Literary Society. MANUEL ALBERTO CARRERA 413 Chimborazo GUAYAQUIL, ECUADOR, S. A. '49-'50 Privateg Intramural Sports. 750-'51 Privateg Intramural Sportsg Tennis. 37 RICHARD RAY CARTER Route 2, Box 152 FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA 50-'51 Privateg Varsity Football and Basketball. PHILLIP H. CHECCO Box SHI 211-8 ARELLA, PENNSYLVANIA 50-'51 Privateg Varsity Football. FRANCHARD MICHAEL CLARKE Uniontown Road, Box ii Il WESTMINSTER, MARYLAND 47-743 Privateg P.F.C.g Intramural Sports. 43-,4-9 Corporalg Sergeantg Intramural Sportsg Non Com Clubg Honor Platoon. 49-'50 Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sportsg Honor Platoon. 50-'51 Lieutenantg 0fHcers' Clubg Intramural Sportsg Dramatic Clubg Captain of A-Company. 38 JONATHAN SHELDON COE 110 Harbor Drive HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 150-'51 Privateg Bandg Ciceronian Literary Societyg Intra mural Sports. HAROLD G. COLE Grundy R.R. Station STACY, VIRGINIA 150-'51 Private-g Photography Clubg Intramural Sports. JOSEPH JOHNSON COLLINS, JR. 4613 South 31st Road ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 11-9-'50 Privateg Randy Tennis Teamg Dramatic Cluhg Intramural Sports. 50-'51 Privateg Bandg Dramatic Clubg Tennisg Varsity Clubg Intramural Sports. 39 7 7 7 LEON VICTOR CULLER 1024 North Market Street FREDERICK, MARYLAND 47-'48 Privateg P.F.C.g Bandg Chess Clubg DelVIolayg Intramural Sports. 43-749 P.F.C.g Bandg DelVIolayg Intramural Sports. 49350 Corporalg Non Com Clubg DelVIolay flVIaster Councilorl 5 Intramural Sports. 50-'51 Sergeantg Non Com Clubg DelVIolayg Intramural Sports. CALEB STOCKBRIDGE DANO 152 East 22nd Street NEW YORK, NEW YORK 48-'49 Privateg Intramural Sports. 49-'50 Privateg Intramural Sports. 50-'51 Privateg Intramural Sportsg Dramatic Club. FRED FAREED DEEN ST. PAUL, VIRGINIA 74-8-749 Privateg P.F.C.g Intramural Sports. '49-'50 Corporalg Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Athe- nian Literary Societyg Intramural Sports. '50-751 Ist Sergeantg Dramatic Clubg Officers' Clubg Intramural Sports. 4-0 49-'50 50-351 750-751 '48-'49 '49-'50 450-'51 ROBERT ,IORDON DENNIS 212 East Main Street GRUNDY, VIRGINIA Privateg P.F.C.g Intramural Sportsg Sabre Staff. Corporalg Sergeantg De1VIolayg Sabre Staffg Intra mural Sports Non Com Club. RAPHAEL JOSEPH DiCELLO 1116 West Norwegian Street POTTSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA Privateg Varsity Football and Basketballg Track. HARRY VINCENT DIEHL 52 Van Houten Street PATERSON, NEW JERSEY Privateg Trackg Intramural Sports. Privateg I.V. Footballg Athenian Literary Society Traekg Intramural Sports. Privateg ,I.V. Football: Sabre Staffg Trackg Intra mural Sports. 41, 11.7-'48 48-'49 49-'50 50-'51 48-'49 49-'50 50-351 4,7-'48 48-'49 49-'50 50-'51 ROBERT MURRAY DOHERTY 313 Montrose Avenue CATONSVILLE, MARYLAND Privateg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Serge-antg Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. Master Sergeantg Officers' Clubg Intramural Sports. Lieutenantg Officers' Clubg Intramural Sports. JACOB DALE DUNTON I2I East Glenwood Avenue KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE Privateg P.I7.C.g Intramural Sportsg Trackg Dra- matics. Corporalg Sergeantg Staff Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sportsg Traclcg Dramatics. Master Sergeantg Ollicers' Clubg Dramatic Clubg 'llrackg Intramural Sports. JAMES FRANCIS FINN 2803 20th Street, N. E. WASHINGTON, D. C. Privateg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. Staff Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. Lieutenantg Oflicersl Clubg Privateg Intramural Sports. 42 '47-'48 '48-'49 749-'50 '50-'51 '48-'49 49-'50 '50-'51 47-'48 48-'49 49-'50 50- 51 MAURO de LEON FLORES Tiquisate, Guatemala CENTRAL AMERICA Privateg Boxing Teamg Honor Platoong Hiking Clubg Intramural Sports. Privateg Hiking Clubg Honor Platoong Corporalg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Honor Platoong Intra- mural Sports. Lieutenantg Officers, Clubg ,I.V. Footballg Honor Platoong Intramural Sports. LOUIS CARRELL FLOYD 1020 King Street WINDSOR, NORTH CAROLINA Privateg P.F.C.g IV. Footballg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Sergeantg Staff Sergeantg Non Com Clubg ,I.V. Footballg Trackg Intramural Sports. lst Sergeantg Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Clulw: Trackg Intramural Sports. HARRY LEE GARDNER 7306 23rd Avenue WEST HYATTSVILLE, MARYLAND Privateg IV. Eootballg Trackg DelVIolayg Intra- mural Sports. Corporalg Non Com Clubg Varsity Footballg IV. Basketballg Trackg DeMolayg Intramural Sports. Sergeantg Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Varsity Footballg IV. Rasketballg DelVIolayg Intramural Sports. Lieutenantg Officers' Clubg DeMolayg IV. Basket- ballg Trackg Intramural Sports. 43 47-'48 48-749 49-'50 50-'51 748-749 '49-'50 '50 '51 '47-'48 '48-'49 '49-'50 750-'51 EDWARD JOSEPH GOBBETT 2800 Upshur Street MT. RAINIER, MARYLAND Privateg Trackg Chess Clubg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Non Com Clubg IV. Basketballg Intra- mural Sports. Sergeantg Privateg Varsity Baseballg ,I.V. Footballg DeMolayg Intramural Sports. Master Sergeant fCol0r Guardit g Varsity Baseballg ,I.V. Footballg IV. Basketballg DeMolay. RICHARD HENRY GORDON, JR. Apartado 1293 GUAYAQUIL, ECUADOR, S.A. Privateg Flying Clubg Intramural Sports. Privateg Tennis Teamg Honor Platoong Intramural Sports. Privateg Model Clubg Tennis Teamg Honor Pla- toong Sabre Staffg Intramural Sports. RICHARD LEONARD HAMILTON WILLIAMSON, WEST VIRGINIA Privateg Bandg Flying Clubg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Cluhg Banclg Flying Clubg Trackg Intramural Sports. Staff Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Bandg Flying Clulng Traekg Sabre Staflg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. Captaing Band Commanderg Flying Clulog Oflicersl Clubg Trackg Sabre Staffg Photography Clubg Intramural Sports. 44 ALFRED EMANUEL HARTLEY 1129 Mapleton Road JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 50-'51 Privateg Varsity Football, Basketball, and Baseball. LEONARD J. HARTMAN Lyman Hills, Scottsville Road CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA 49-550 Privateg Corporalg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. 50-,SI Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Honor Platoong Intra- mural Sports. CHARLES DAVID HEATLEY 3924- North 36th Street TACOMA, WASHINGTON 48-'49 Privateg Bandg B.S.U.g Dramatic Club. 49-'50 Privateg Bandg B.S.U.g Dramatic Clubg Model Club. 50-751 Privateg Randg B.S.U.g Dramatic Clubg Trackg Intramural Sports. 45 1 9 47-'48 48-749 49-'50 50-'51 49-'50 '50-'51 49-'50 50-751 JOHN ANDREW HUBBARD, JR. II East Berry Street SANDSTON, VIRGINIA Privateg Dramatic Clubg Honor Platoong Intra- mural Sports. Privateg Honor Platoong Dramatic Clubg Intra- mural Sports. Corporalg Non Com Clubg Honor Platoong ,l.V. Football 3 Intramural Sports. Lieutenantg Officers' Clubg Honor Platoong IV. Foothallg Modeling Clubg Intramural Sports. JAY KYLE .IARRELL 210 Jackson Circle PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA Privateg Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Honor Platoong Athenian Literary Societyg Intra- mural Sports. Ist Sergeantg Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Sabre Staifg Athenian Literary Society fpresi- clentjg Honor Platoong Intramural Sports. DAVID LEE JOESTING 1864 East 82nd Street CLEVELAND, OHIO Privateg P.F.C.g ,I.V. Foothallg ,l.V. Baskethallg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Staff Sergeantg Non Com Cluhg ,I.V. Footballg Intramural Sporlsg National Defense Club. 46 ROBERT ELTON JOHNSON, JR. Corrente, Piani BARREIRAS, BAIS, BRAZIL, S.A. '50-'51 Privateg Glee Clubg Rifle Teamg Intramural Sports. 43-'49 49-'50 50-'51 50-751 WALTER CLIFFORD JOHNSON, JR. 409 24th Street VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA Privateg P.F.C.g Model Clubg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg M Tennis Tearng Intramural Sports. odel Clubg Master Sergeantg Omcersl Clubg Moclel Clubg Kay- det Orchestrag Intramural Sports. CHARLES ALFRED JONES 704 Holden Street RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Privateg Footballg Glee Clubg Trackg Sports. Intramural 47 7 47-'48 '48-'49 49-'50 50-'51 349-'50 '50-'51 '47-'48 '48-'49 '49-'50 " 751 .JO- ROBERT EVERETT JONES 1636 University Drive DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA Privateg Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Fly- ing Clubg Intramural Sports. Master Sergeantg Oliicersa Clubg ,I.V. Footballg Flying Clubg Intramural Sports. Lieutenantg Captain C-Co. Commanderg Oliicers' Clubg J.V. Footballg Intramural Sports. Lieutenant Colonelg Battalion Commanderg Officers' Club fljresirlerztjg Editor of Skirmisherg J.V. Foot- ballg Intramural Sports. JON JAY JORDAN Box il:213 201 Miller Boulevard HAVELOCK PARK, NORTH CAROLINA Privateg P.F.C.g Bandg B.S.U.g Intramural Sports. Corporalg Non Com Clubg Bandg B.S.U.g Glee Clubg Intramural Sports. ROLAND WOODFORD JORDAN, JR. 141-68 35th Street Road JAMAICA, NEW YORK Privateg RiHe Teamg Y.M.C.A.g Intramural Sports. Privateg Rifle Teamg Y.M.C.A.g Intramural Sports. P.F.C.g Corporalg Non Com Clubg Rifle Teamg Y.M.C.A.g Dramatic Clubg Sabre Stalig Intramural Sports. Staff Sergeantg Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Rifle Team fCaptainjg Editor of Sahreg Intramural Sports. 48 9 7 PAUL KIDWELL, JR. Central Avenue HALL, MARYLAND 47-'48 Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Varsity Base- ballg Orchestrag Intramural Sports. 48-'49 Staff Sergeantg Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Orchestrag Varsity Baseballg Intramural Sports. 49-750 Master Sergeantg Oflicers' Clubg Varsity Baseball: J.V. Basketballg Orchestrag Intramural Sports. 50-'51 Lieutenantg Officers, Clubg Varsity Baseball anfl Basketballg Orchestrag Intramural Sports. KENNETH BRUCE KOELLER 7 7th Street RIDGEFIELD PARK, NEW JERSEY 49-,50 Privateg P.F.C.g Varsity Basketball and Baseball. 50-751 Corporalg Non Com Clubg National Defense Club: Varsity Basketball and Baseball. JOSEPH RICHARD KUHTA I6 Hudson Street GARFIELD, NEW JERSEY 49-750 Privateg Glee Clubg Intramural Sports. 50-'51 Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Honor Pla- toong Model Clubg Rifle Teamg Intramural Sports. 49 EDWIN CHARLES LANE, JR. Lane Street WYOMING, NEW YORK 50-'51 Privateg Intramural Sports. FRANK HAYDEN LANSINGER, JR. 3326 Park Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 49750 Privateg Intramural Sports. 50-'51 Corporalg Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Honor Platoong Sabre Staffg Dramatic Clubg Intramural Sports. January Graduate EDWARD CARWILE LeROY 1518 Fairfax Avenue . ELIZABETH CITY, NORTH CAROLINA 50-751 Privateg Athenian Literary Societyg Intramural Sports. 50 '47 '48 348-549 749-350 750-'51 48549 49-'50 50-'51 47-'48 48-749 49-'50 50351 EDSEL HARRISON LESTER HURLEY, VIRGINIA Privateg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Non Com Clubg J.V. Footballg Intra- mural Sports. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Varsity Football and Baseball. Tech. Sergeantg Non Com and Baseball. Club 5 Varsity Football ROBERT ALLIE LEWIS 927 Palm Avenue FOREST PARK, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA Privateg Dramatic Clubg B.S.U.g Intramural Sports. Privateg Corporalg Non Com Clubg B.S.U.g Fencing Clubg Intramural Sports. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Trackg Dramatic Club: ,I.V. Football: Intramural Sports. AUGUST LEONARD LONGO 260 McBride Avenue PATERSON, NEW JERSEY Privateg Corporal ICOIIIIJHIIY Clerkig Non Com Clubg Cheerleaclerg Dramatic Clubg Intramural Sports. Privateg Cheerleaclerg Dramatic Clubg Intramural Sports. Sergeant l.Company Clerkig Cheerleaflerg Dramatic Clubg Intramural Sportsg Non Com Club. Sergeant: Non Com Club: Cheerleaderg Dramatic Clubg IV. Footballg Rifle TSHIIIQ Intramural Sports. 51 '48-'49 '49-'50 7r"' 7 00- 51 '49-'50 '50-'51 49-'50 50-751 JAMES ARCHIBALD lVIcCALLUM, II I2 Second Avenue HADDON HEIGHTS, NEW JERSEY Privateg Gold Star Councilg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Trackg Gold Star Councilg Intramural Sports. Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Trackg Gold Star Councilg National Defense Clubg Intramural Sports. HORACE EDWARD McCLURE SPRUCE PINE, NORTH CAROLINA Privateg P.F.C.g Intramural Sports. Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg National Defense Clubg Intramural Sportsg Cold Star Council. JOHN ANDREW MATAIS 223 Catherine Street JOHNSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Privateg P.F.C.g Intramural Sports. Corporalg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sportsg Sabre Staffg Athenian Literary Societyg I-Ionor Platoon. 52 ROBERT DUVALL MORALES 720 South Wayne Street ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA Privateg Chess Clubg Trackg IV. Basketball and Baseball. Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg J.V. Football and Basketballg Varsity Baseball. Staff Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Varsity Football and Baseballg IV. Basketballg DelVIolayg Varsity Club. Lieutenantg Officers, Clubg Varsity Football and Baseballg IV. Basketball. CHARLES CURTIS MULLINS Doran RICHLANDS, VIRGINIA 48 49 Privateg Intramural Sports. '50 SI Privateg Intramural Sports. CARL WALSH PARKINSON 1101 Park Street TARENTUM, PENNSYLVANIA Privateg P.F.C.g Intramural Sportsg Rifle Team. Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Model Club: Intramural Sports. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sportsg Athe- nian Literary Society. Staff Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports: Athenian Literary Society. 53 47-'48 48-'49 49-750 50-'51 47-'48 48-74-9 49-750 50-'51 48-'49 49-550 50-'51 DEWEY HARRIS PATE BAYBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Privateg P.F.C.g Model Clubg Intramural Sports. Corporalg Non Com Clubg Model Clubg Intramural Sports. Staff Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Model Clubg Intra- mural Sports. Tech. Sergeantg Ist Sergeantg Officers' Clubg Gold Star Councilg National Defense Clubg Intramural Sports. KAY MILTON PATTON South Main Street WOODRUFF, SOUTH CAROLINA Privateg Corporalg Non Com Clubg Fencing Teamg Boxingg Intramural Sports. Sergeantg Staff Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Fencing Teamg Intramural Sports. Lieutenantg Officers, Clubg National Defense Clubg Intramural Sports. Captaing Battalion Staflg National Defense Clubg President of Senior Classg Intramural Sports. FRANCIS ARNOLD PIPER 15 Yates Street MECHANIC FALLS, MAINE Privateg B.S.U.g Intramural Sports. Privateg B.S.U.g Glee Clubg Intramural Sports. Corporalg B.S.U.g Glee Clubg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. 54- 5 750 DONALD WAYLAND PRICE GRANTSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 747-'48 Privateg Intramural Sports. '48-'49 Corporalg Non Com Clubg Boxingg Intramural Sports. 4-9-'50 Staff Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Tennisg Intramural Sports. -51 Lieutenantg Officers' Clubg Sabre Staffg Tennis Teamg National Defense Clubg Intramural Sports. 7 DOUGLAS HERRIN PULLEY, JR. IVOR, VIRGINIA '48-'49 Privateg Varsity Baseballg Intramural Sports. -49-'50 Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Varsity Base- ballg Intramural Sports. 50-'51 Master Sergeantg OfHcers7 Clubg Varsity Baseball: Model Clubg Intramural Sportsg Lieutenant. DONALD NAHUM REED 92 South Avenue WHITMAN, MASSACHUSETTS 49-'50 Privateg Bandg Orchestrag Intramural Sports. 50-751 Corporalg Non Com Clubg Bandg DeMolayg Clee Clubg Orchestrag Intramural Sports. 55 GEORGE MARCUS RHYNE 1015 Bryant Street, NE. WASHINGTON, D.C. 4-7-'48 Privateg Corporalg Non Com Cluhg Intramural Sports. 48-749 Privateg Intramural Sports. 50-751 Privateg Model Clubg Intramural Sports. JAMES STUART RICHARDSON, JR. GRUNDY, VIRGINIA '43-749 Privateg Intramural Sports. '49-'50 Privateg Sabre Staffg Intramural Sports. 750-'SI Corporalg Non Com Clubg Sabre Staflg Intramural Sports. JERRY MORTON ROBBINS 1205 North Pitt Street ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 750-'51 Privateg Intramural Sports. 56 KARL HAROLD RUBENSTEIN 606 Woods Avenue S.W. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 49-750 Privateg P.F.C.g IV. Footballg Rifle Team. 50-'51 Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clulwg Varsity Football. WILLIAM EDWARD SCHMIDT 241 Farragut Street WASHINGTON, D.C. 49-'50 Privateg P.F.C.g IV. Footballg Intramural Sports 50-751 Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Honor Platoong Dra- matic Clubg Intramural Sports. THOMAS FRANKLIN SCHUYLER 501 Bordentown Avenue SOUTH AMBOY, NEW JERSEY 50-751 Privateg National Defense Clubg Intramural Sports 57 RALPH STUART SMITH, JR. 49-'50 York Road CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA Privateg P.F.C.g Glee Clubg Dramatic Clubg Intra mural Sports. 50-51 Corporalg Non Com Clubg Dramatic Club mural Sports. 47-74-8 Private 43-749 Private 49-'50 Privateg 50-751 Private DAVID GEORGE SNOW 2317 Rivermont Avenue LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA Archery Clubg Intramural Sports. g Model Clubg Intramural Sports. Model Clubg Intramural Sports. Model Clubg Intramural Sports. MARVIN CHAPPLE STEPHENSON WAKEFIELD, VIRGINIA Intra 49-'50 Privateg Bandg J.V. Footballg Intramural Sports 50-'51 Tech. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Bandg J.V. Foot- ballg Intramural Sports. 58 7 7 7 JOHN LEE STOKES 410 Elizabeth Street GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 7 47- 48 Privateg Intramural Sports. 48-'49 Privateg Intramural Sports. 49350 Corporalg Non Com Clubg Intramural Sports. 50-751 Privateg Intramural Sports. JAMES ALTHA STOREY 5605 Madison Street BETHESDA, MARYLAND 49-750 Privateg Intramural Sports. 50-751 Privateg Intramural Sports. WILLIAM BENNETT TANNER LACROSSE, VIRGINIA 49350 Privateg P.F.C.g ,l.V. Baseballg Y.M.C.A.g Intra mural Sports. 50-'51 Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg IV. Football. Model Clubg Intramural Sports. 59 HORSLEY WILSON TAYLOR JETERSVILLE, VIRGINIA '50-751 Privateg DelVlolayg Intramural Sports. DANIEL ROY TOURNAY 317 Fairmount Street MCDONALD PENNSYLVANIA '49-'50 Privateg Intramural Sports. 50-'51 Privateg National Defense Clubg Intramural Sports JERRY DENVER TUCKER Box 31356 FLEMINC, KENTUCKY 50-'51 Privateg Varsity Football. January Graduate 60 JAMES JOLLY WALDECK 126 Pocahontas Place HAMPTON, VIRGINIA Privateg P.F.C.g Orchestrag Intramural Sports. Privateg Bandg J.V. Footballg Photography Clubg Intramural Sports. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Rifle Teamg Gold Star Councilg Intramural Sports. Lieutenantg Bandg Ollicersl Clubg IV. Footballg Rifle Teamg Orchestrag Gold Star Councilg National Defense Club. EUGENE ELMER WEAVER, JR. 205 West 4th Street RADFORD, VIRGINIA Privateg P.F.C.g Flying Clubg Intramural Sports. Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Flying Clubg Honor Platoong Intramural Sports. Master Sergeantg Officers, Clubg Flying Club: Honor Platoong Varsity Baseballg Intramural Sports. Captaing E-Company Commanderg Unit Com- manderg Officers, Clubg Honor Courtg Honor Pla- toon fCommanderlg Varsity Baseballg Dramatic Club. N SAMEUL JOE WEBB Box i,Ir305 PEDRO MIGUEL, CANAL ZONE 49 Privateg IV. Footballg Intramural Sports. 49 50 Sergeantg Non Com Clulmg Varsity Footballg Intra- mural Sports. 10 ol Captaing B-Company Commanderg Unit Com- manderg Officers' Clubg Varsity Footballg Honor Courtg Skirmisher Staff. 61 7 JOSEPH LYNTON WELLER, JR. Box i127 GRUNDY, VIRGINIA 47-748 Privateg Intramural Sports. 48-749 Corporalg Non Com Clubg I.V. Footballg Intra mural Sports. 49-'50 Sergeantg Non Com Clubg IV. Footballg Intra mural Sports. Modeling Clubg Intramural Sports. ROBERT WYLIE WHITE 31 Cloverdale Avenue WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK 49-'50 Privateg Bandg Intramural Sports. 50-551 Privateg Bandg DelVIolayg Intramural Sports. ROY GRIFFITH WILLIS, III 134 West Warren Avenue YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO 549-'50 Privateg Corporalg Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Intra- mural Sports. 50351 Sergeantg Non Com Clubg Honor Platoong Dra matic Clubg Intramural Sports. 62 '50-,51 Staff Sergeantg Non Com Clubg ,I.V. Footballg 947 '48 748-'49 749-'50 ? U 50- 51 LEA VARDAMAN WILSON 2229 Richmond Avenue PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA Private: Intramural Sports. Private: Intramural Sports. Corporal: Non Com Club: Intramural Sports. Staff Sergeant: Non Corn Club: Intramural Sports HENRY HOWARD WINKELMANN, JR. '48-'49 749-'50 '50-'51 49-'50 50-'51 41 Bergen Avenue RIDCEFIELD PARK, NEW JERSEY Private: Glee Club: FCHCIIIV Team: Photovranhx , , Q l . Club: Intramural Sports. C Corporal: Non Corn Club: Sergeant: Clee Club: Intramural Sports. Tech. Serffeant: Non Com Club: Clee Club: Intra- p , , , mural Sports. GROVER LEON YATES Rox i496 MAYODAN, NORTH CAROLINA Private: J.V. Football: Track: R.S.I,l.: Intramural Sports. Corporal: Non Coxn Club: lVIodeling Club: IV. Football: Glee Club: Baseball: Intramural Sports. fC011ti11uerl 011 Page 1381 63 Post Graduates THOMAS MICHAEL AVAMPATO R.F.D. 412 Torrington, Connecticut LAWRENCE KEITH BAKER Gate City, Virginia DONALD RICHARD BONGIORNO 70 Summer Street Passaic, New Jersey LEONARD ANTHONY CAPUANO 1108 East Third Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania CROCKETT BOYD CARR, JR. 25141 Montvale Road Roanoke, Virginia EDWARD REEBALS CHAPLIN R.F.D. 33, Box 29 Emporia, Virginia ERIK ROBERT CHRISTENSEN Devon Road Colonia, New Jersey HERMAN ALFRED CLARK llth Street Victoria, Virginia WALTER EDWARD DOUGLAS I Victoria, Virginia JOSEPH ALAN FRANKEBERGER 8917 Fairview Road Silver Spring, Maryland JOHN IGNATIUS GAVLICK 260 Watkins Street Swoyersville, Pennsylvania I LOUIS SAMUEL GIULIANO 302 Anderson Avenue Cliffside, New .Iersey LEON LEWIS GRICKIS 407 Fairview Street Pottsville, Pennsylvania .IESSE HUGHES GRIFFIN Dillwyn, Virginia THOMAS EVERETTE CRIZZARD Cleveland Avenue Emporia, Virginia HUNTER EDGERTON GURLEY Box :,iil87 Chase City, Virginia DONALD EUGENE HILL 4120 Hudson Street Maryville, Tennessee .IOHN ROLAND JAMES, .IR. lO00 - B Street N.E. Washington, D.C. 64 JAMES HAROLD JOHNSON, JR. 500 North West Front Street Milford, Delaware PENN GASKELL JOHNSON 206 West 69th Street New York City, New York CALVIN RUDOLPH JOHNSTON Farrnville, Virginia ROBERT DELBERT JONES, JR. Blairs, Virginia JOHN C. KIRKMAN, JR. St. Andrew Street Jamesville, North Carolina ALDRICH DONALD LAM 13th Domingo Diaz P.O. Box 31342 Colon, Republic of Panama WILLIAM GRANVILLE MINOR 3138 South Glehe Road Arlington, Virginia JAMES CARROLL OULD Appomattox, Virginia BERNARD JAMES PETERSON 38 Marlin Terrace Woodbridge, New Jersey ROBERT JOHN REILEY 70 East Bacon Street Pottsville, Pennsylvania BARRY EUGENE SAUNDERS 725 Magnolia Drive South Boston, Virginia ROBERT LOUIS SGRO 227 North Street Keiser, Pennsylvania CHARLES EDWARD SHELL 100 East Tennessee Avenue Crewe, Virginia HENRY EUDGENE VANNINI 126 West 13th Street New York City, New York PAUL DOUGLAS VRUDNY 1423 Third Avenue Arnold, Pennsylvania GEORGE RALEIGH WATSON Route qlqfl Appomattox, Virginia COURTLAND LEWIS WEAVER Hamilton Ontario, Canada WILLIAM EARL WICKERT 2918C Dunmurry Road Dundalk, Maryland CHARLES EDWARD WYANT White Hall, Virginia JULIAN HOWARD YEATMAN, JR Fork Union, Virginia FRED GEORGE YOOS 3500 Cedar Lane Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania fffontinued on Page 1382 Adams, J. A. Alexander, F. Armstrong, J. Atwell, R. Avadikian, D. Bailey, C. Batleman, B. Billups, M. Bloom, H. Bulfer, J. Call, N. Chain, J. Collier, S. Currie, S. Dawson, T. Detwiler, E. Elliott, W. Esposito, T. Goldstein, W. Gonzalez, C. Gruwell, W. Haring, C. Harper, J. Hendrick, R Hoare, R. Holmes. R. Izac. F. Jaeger, R. Jarrett, C. Jecelin. J. Jones, C. B. Kirkman, T. L.Kite, J. Krysl, J. Landis, W. Lee, D. 66 Lennon, C. Me-na. G. Pisano, A. Roark, B. Sprouse, W. Uzzvll, W. McDaniel, G. McCoy, H. D. Mallard, F. Masters, H. Mayo, W. L. Moffett, VV. Privstley, C. Sams. H. Stvvens, D. Yanmlvrgrifl. Hola. A. Moyer. F. Patterson. N. Pier, L. Putney, C. Rvivr, H. Rs-iser, W. Reyes, J. Smith. .l. E. Smith. R. M. Snev, H. E. Spivack, L. Stewart, R. Steycr, R. Stowe, D. Svc-nsen, L. K.Yare. H. Walsh. J. W. Ward. C. Winzurk. W 67 Almand, E. Alokonis,B. Bolton, R. Bostonian, J. Bottcher, R. Bowles, P. S Burns, H. Childs, A. Christian, C. Corletto, L. Cotter, P. Craft, J. Croxton, T. DeMello, W. Dinerman, A. Dobyns, L. Dufendaeh, lVl.Dynarski, D. Everett, R. Follansbee, J. Fraser, R. Ginsburg, S. Goldberg, D. Gregorich, R Guest, R. Guggenheimer, Howard, W. Jaycohs, B. Kidwell. A. L. Knox, B. Krebs, F. D. Lf-Sueur, F. Letts, D. Mclllonagle, L,McQuain, R. Landis, C. 68 McWilliams, L.Marahoris, T. Moncada, H. Moore, H. A. Morales, G. Morgan, D. Newberry, H. Oylf-r, J. Pischel, R. Pita, A. E. Postlethwait,R.Rand, L. Raslwrry. R. Richards, F. Rodvnbach, W.Rotiriguez, J. Rosonberger,J.Sandulli, J. Sattf-lmaier, T. Short, C. A. Smith, J. D. Smith, J. H. Smith, M. B. Spitzer, L. N Stuart, G. E. Thffobald, C. Tornstrom, J. Turner, G. Wagstaff, W. Walsil, J. R. Waugh, D. We-nglare, W. Winn. R. B. 69 CLASS OF 19 11+ Adamson, J. Q. Ads-lstein, R. Aikenhead, S. Amberger, C. Ayala, L. A. Baldwin, T. Bevins, G. Brodie, G. Brooks, M. D. Brown, C. E. Carter, G. Cutchin, L. Dalton, W. Davis, C. Dorsett, H. Fiorica, V. French, J. Furlong, N. Gonzalez, J. Cordon, D. R. Graham, C. Hayes, J. Hennessy, R. Hopson, B. Houghton, S. Hudson, J. Johnston, H. .l0nes, J. W. Knight, R. Koblenz, P. Kruse, H. Lamar, W. Lee, R. O. Lent, J. Leslie, J. May, M. B. Nuekols, W. Patz, R. Peruzzi, C. Peterson, B. F. Pine, C. Pinney, N. Rafiaele, J. Ramos, R. Randle, D. Randle, U. Robinson, F. Sardo, F. Sawyers, J. 70 Houghton, W. E. Deavers, W. Hardy, P. B. Kirwan, D. P. Marinari, C. Powers, W. Siddons, B. CLASS OF 19 4 Sofvr, J. J. Sprouse, F. C. Steiner, W. ,I. Tabone, G. A. Yan Hassel, A.Yan Norlwick,Yoronica, A. Waflflell, R. W. W EIGHTH GR DE I Barger, D. Bell. D. Brown, E. L. Drown, W. A. Elliott, L. A. Fordham, J. Cittings, R. Hawthorne, L Howell, R. Joerger, C. Joyce, D. Koons. A. Kootner. A. McFarland. W. Meachum, W2 Hier, A. Miller, C. Owens, A. Peterson, L. Pierce, L. Reed, N. H. Rollins, H. Sitton, R. Skinnell, H. White, L. E. Woods, W. K. Young, R. T. 71 Our R. 0. T. C. course gives the carlet basic mili- tary training, in leadership, correctness of posture, courtesy, orclerliness, anrl respect for anrl loyalty to constituted authority. This will be of beneht to one anfl all when they become members of the services. Y . Z .t HATCHER HALL and THE CIRCLE-V T' K xx I :IA 5 ' 1 5 fig Q .x V..qv , 'S 1. ,W,w.,4..m,.h, fa.-,.,.,W,.v-4.M..,w-.-wa .qu-ulunw I COLONEL SEISS E. WAGNER. U. S. ARMY Graduate: Lniteml States Military Academy, Class of 1931, Regular Course, The lnfantry School, 1936, Battalion and Staff OHicer's Course, Class No. 11, 19413 Command and General Staff School, Class No. 15, 1943. Participated in North Apennines and Po Valley Campaigns with the 10th Mountain Division. Duty with Army of Occupation in Japan, 1946-19493 P. M. S. Sa T., Fork Union Military Academy, 1949- 74 SERGIC-INT FIRST CLASS CHXHLES F. ROBERTS CA PT XIN TIIUXI 49 NI. ICDWAHIJS, JR.. lI.S.A. Infant ry Xlssixlullf P. .Il. S, X: T. CXPTXIX ,IXNIICS R, PRICE. l.S.X. Infantry ,flxsislflllt l'. M'. S. 62 T. M.-XSTIQR SERILFANT ROIIICRT E. WALTERS II,S..X. cJIl3Tlk'l'Ill3rIt'T llorps SERCEANT FIRST CI.,-XSS EARL Y. VAN HOVDT. IIFA. Infantry 75 II.S.A. Infantry .T.I The first year military class, known as lVl.T. l l'lVlilitary Training Ir is required of all cadets entering Fork lvnion for the first time. Under the capable instruction of Sgt. Van Houdt. the first year cadet becomes an active part of the Corps of Cadets. The course of training as prescribed by the U. S. War Department is as follows: Orientationg Military Organizationg Courtesies, Customs, and Rules of Conductg Hygiene and First Aidg Leadershipg Drill and Exercise of Commandq Physical Development Methodsg Wealnons, and Nlarksmanship. The year of instruction is climaxed by a Government Inspection held in late spring. sh,A ' 76 .T.II ln NLT. II 4Military Training Ili the vlass ol MT. l of last year was now under the capable instruction of Sgt. Roberts. The MKII ll course for the most part is a Continuation of the study and training that the students encountered in NLT. I Course. The new work added was Small Lvnit TiH'tlCS'lIlf3Tltl'y. The new course introduves the indixidual to combat training. such as, Cover, Coneealment, Camouflage, Movement by Day and Night, Observation, S1-outing, and preparation of messages. The Cadets who take this course are in line for promotions and you find they work very hard in order to earn for themselves a place of importance in the Corps of Cadets. 77 . T. III Tinder the leaclership and capable instruvtion of Captain Prive. M.T. lll iMilitary Training llll continue some of the basic sulnjef-ts of M.T. l anfl M.T. Il program and add a few of the more advann-ed Course of study ner-essary for the Aflvanced Course. The new work added was Map Reading. The course in Map Reading introcluf-es marginal information, conventional Signs, location and direc- tion, scale and distance. elevation. c-harar'leristics and use of c-onipass. orientation of maps, and military symbols. The cadet after finishing this 1-ourse should he alwle to eller-tively voinmand a platoon or company of the Battalion here at Fork Union. 78 .T.I Our M.T. IV lMilitary Training lVr is the highest class in military instruction available at Fork Union and only our fourth year students enter this class. Captain Thomas M. Edwards teaches this course to our cadets and has done an excellent job. This course reviews the more important basic courses covered and than adds a few more difhcult subjects necessary for a well rounded military background. The new work added was Maps and Air Photosg Military Teaching Methods, and National Defense Act and R.O.T.C. The P.M.S. 8: T. may grant to selected graduates a certificate of eligibility which will entitle the Cadet to the same consideration for Advanced Course selection as is given to graduates of the Basic Course within the college at which application is made, subject to the regulations prescribed by the institution concerned. ln addition, the top 2521 of the graduating class may be given a certificate of eligibility which, upon entry into the Army, will enable the Cadet to enter the Leaders Course, without going through basic training, and upon completion, if qualified, to enter an Ofhcer Candidate School. 79 'lsll 1 2 1 1. . 5 Patton, K. EVP11-ll, R. E. Jones, R. E. Yoos, F. G. Bryan, C. F B TT LION STAFF wmv H155 NlfXRC,.'XRhT IL. NILHIJULK H2 Law-nder Slrvot Durham. North lf:.11'olina Sponsor LI'Cllll'lICllIf Colonel A ROBERT lfYEHlC'l'T JONES l3atH1l1'0l1 CVOIIIIIIIIIIIICI' MRS. CHARLES F. BRYAN Captain BOX 4,34 CHARLES FRAXKLIX BRHQ-XX, JR. puquosgm. yirginid Ratlalion Adjutant Sponsor 81 FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON THIRD PLATOON 1.1111111111 .IOSICPH XIAN FR XNKICIEERUICR 0111111111171 f.0lHV7llIIl111'l' ITXX 141111114111-1' l.lvrf.' Sgl. Nlo11s'111lu. H. llnwh-N. l'. llurcly. l'. Nlnill-lt. NX 13111-ulis. XX. I.:-11111111. 41. Ha111w. R. Ilrown. ll. llmlgllloll. 5. xhllll. X. lgflllillx, T. Xhlf. J. f1i1l'Tt'I'. il. llumlson. .l. H1154-r. If Vfzslvr Syl. lim-lla-r. K. iIl11'iQliu11. C. .lillllvx .l. Pilu. X. Ky:-rs. X. Hl'iN!'l'. W. l'I'll'llll'.S f:llI'1'i4'. 5. .l21fl'0llN. H. Rul1i11so11 Kil'NNLlll. ll. Xiltlllli. ,l. U11110. 11. ,l0llIl4l0Il. 41. Flwll. C. TfSgf. Pall:-1'-011. if. Xikf-11111-ml. 5. llmwn-ll. H. Kul1lv11l. I'. Smith. J. IJ llriilill. .l. Xlmulx--. ll. Xllllilllll. F. lfllioll. l.. Kryflul- Flxdlllbllti l Wils1111. I.. Cllilill. ,l. X1'a111pz1I0. 'lf I"lgLl5!'I'. N. l.z111f-. lf, ln1'11NIro111 I 1 X1:11likiu11. ll. xiillllilli. H. Xyulu. l'. Uuxlivk. ,l. Nlvlloy. ll. lllL'lxl'1'. .I Lanxlix, lf, liatlz-1111111. ll. 4211111151-. R. Nl1'WiHi11111N. I... Xa1l11l+-rg1'1il fx Slrzfl Sgl. I:4'l'g1lIl11I1. li. llulr,lslvi11. V Nlullalvl. I". Nhlgxla , ,Im'sli11g. ll. I.1rl. Hkllllill. H. llllggf-11111-11111 1. ll. xlill'21lNDI'iN. 'lf YN Lllkll. J. l,i1l'kil1SOIl. 41. T111-ulrulmi. il. l3n11gi1114110. ll. K1lll'lt'j. H. Nlinor. XY. lfxpusito. T. Nl1'Nlu11z1gl1'. I.. 21111 Ll. VN'iClu'I'l. VV. 'Xym-rf. X. H1114-r. H. 21141 Ll. l3nm11.111. li.2I11l U. Dulu llyy R l.f'r11lvr. 1IIl.Nff'l' Syl. Isl Sgr. Lellllw, lxzlrlvr. 2IIIl IJIIIIINHI I.lnlrgr'-nf-Q11llrlwrs firlf Ilfllflltlll Isl Pflllllrlll 83 FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON THIRD PLATOON U In IPOT CUIIIINIIU' lflerk bgl. Longo. N. Jlzzsrer Sgr. Pulley, IJ. TfSgI. Lvster. if. Floyrl. L. ,-Xrtiz. R. Smff Sgr. lfinn. .l. Wyvilvr. .L ifotlcfr. l'. C Captain S.-Xxll EL JOE WEBB COIIIIIIIIIAV l,'UlIII7IIllIIf6'f ' Cpl. Bloom. H. RiCllhll'IiS0ll. J. Detwiln-r. E. BOSl0Ili?lI1. Nicflllirv. H. Cllilils. X. Brodie-. C. Smith. Nl. IJ. Coldlu-rg. U. flapuano. L. Diehl. H. Stokes. .L Cll1Il'llil1. L. Dennis. H. Cullvr. L, D1-U-llo. R. Smith. J. H. Pipvr. F. Dine-rman. X. Landis. W. Conlon. R. Dvugrlaf, W. IM-M4-llu. W. Corlvllo. L. FOIILIIIQIJF9. .l0r4lun. K. Shnrl. if. Ciusluurg. 5 lfonxulvz. I Sgr, Lnlnr Cmml IJFIAIYIIUS llnrfluil. D. Jonvs. ll. U. ,Xrlvlste-iii. R. iiI'it'i'ii5. L. Rliynr-. fl. 'XIIliN'l'Q,1'l'. C. Cali. N. Hal'g1vr. D. Hawthornr-. L. H4-ml1'ic'k. H. Hopson. H, .IOIIIINIOIL H. Jon:-s. J, YN. Kidwvll. N. Knight. R. Lam. .L Lvv. U. Lvlls. IJ. Hay. XL Nl'-na. G. Owwm. X, Pvlvrson. L. Pinv, C. Purhain. li. Rm-il. N. Hn-ilu-y, R. Rivllards. I". Sumhilli. J. Sgro. R. Sl:-iilvr, WV. Su-wart, R. Yau Hass'-I. X. Yan Nnrlwivk. W Womlyarml. ll. 21111 Ll. Carclna-r. H. lst Lt. Kimlwr-JL P. 21141 Lt. Kitf-. J. Kim-Quain. H. l.8l1fit'I'. Lefzdur. Leaflvr. Isl Sgt. 3rd Platoon lx! Pfllfllllll 21111 Plrzmmz Pulley, ll. 2nd LI, Hulmbard. J. Call. IN. .Wusfer Sgt. Special Masier Sgt. lflzarge-of-Q11arters Assignnzvlit Color Guard ,- 83 FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON THIRD PLATOON Ifnnzpzzny Llerk Pt-tc-rson. B. Hartman, J. Giuliano. L. .Waster Sgt. - Dunton. U. bgt. Croxton. T. Spivavk. L. Tfsgf- Tannvr. W Xlexanelvr. F. H031-IL 134 Bis0gIlt'. A. lluegpr. R. xiifciiiilllll, J. Rub..nSI..in. Matais. J. Sm-H Sgt. Yare. H. iiil1'iSil"llSf'I1. E. Harpcfr. J. K. I. rzpmin CRUCKFTI' HOYU ii-XRR COIIIIIIIIIYV Contnzunrler Lpl. Pisvllvl. R. Nuckols. Wi. Smith. H. Dalton. W. Doliyng. L. Knox. R. Sarflo. F. Dynarski. D. Putney. LI. Prirulvs .'x!'lllSiI'OllQ. J. Heil. ID. Brown. YV. Hulfvr. J. Burns. H. Carre-ru. M. Han son. T. lylli-f'lltiHCi1. Ni. Fioriua, Y. Frvnvli. J. Furlong. N. Conzalvz. J. Cuflst. R. H9IlIlt'SSf'. R. Jolinfon. R. Jonf-s. R. Ko0llic'1'. A. Lamar. Wi. Lew. H. Lvnl. J. Lf-wlif-. J. Harinari. ll. Mill:-r. C. Morgan. D. Pall. R. Pinnvy. N. Rantlle-. D. Ranrllv. U. Rodriguez. J. Santora. A. Suwyvrs. J. Sitlun. R. Soft-r, J. Spitxr-r. L. Tournay. U lvxzr-ll. W.. Waugh. D. V9'e'a1vvr, C. Woods. XY. Xvyant. C. Yah-S. C. Young. D. 2x1nlLt.ClurkQ'.F. 2nd Ll. Price. ll. Znfl Lt. Nioralvs. R. Paltz D. llunton. .l. llulmlntt. it. Lcfmlefr, lmrzrler, l.r'urler. Ist Sgl. Vrzsfef Sgt. Urzxlvr Syl. lst l'l11lu0n 21111 Platoon F3111 lifllfllllll fillllfgl'-Of-c,Il!lI'ft'fS Lnfur Glmrfl 87 FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON THIRD PLATOON U 3 WOTC CUIIIIIIIIIAV ffferlf li05f'IllH'I'Q1t'I', J. .Urzslvr Sgt. lzac. F. TfSgt. Chaplin. IQ, Xxvlllkfllllilllll. H. l.G:lIl5lIlgt'1'. l'. Stuff Sgl. Wvalsll. ,l, WA. Wiuxurk. YV. Carlin. ll. Sgt. Schmidt. W Slllilll. ,I. U Kullla. J. Howulwl. YYY. W lllls. lx. Wwllilz-. li. llrinsnn. H. wvlllll. H. 5I'lt't'. ll. ffpf. llUllI'll4'I'. R. Uulll. .l. R21l'lLl1'l1'. I. npmin l l GElXl'f l'fl.'Nll'.K NX FLW ICR. JR. LOIIIIVIIII-1' 1.HHIHIfl1IfIL'f Cfilllillll. C. Storvy. .l. Sall1'ln1aiff1'. Bruuks. Nl, Xloorv. H. ,larlw-ll. ,I. IIfI'I'I11C'S .Xl0lu'mis. R. R:-xinx. ll. l31'z11lslum'. lf. IIITIWII. E. BllI'l'll. XY. Carb-r. H. c:llf'l'l'U. ID. f:0ll1'll. N. Urizzar4l. X. Hill. IJ. jm'x'ggn'1'. ll. ,l0lIIlX0Il. J, Il ,loin-N. lf. X. ,loyvna ll. Kirkmau. .l. RlI'kllli1II. 'lf KI'llN1'. ll. Nll'l"ill'l311tl. YY Nl2lSlt'1x5. H. Xlrh'iil'lllllll. W. Nlivr. X. Oxlvr. ,l. l,t'I'l1lli. ll. l'ivrce-. l.. Pin. l.. Pow:-Il. X. l,llNY!'I'N. XX. l,I'll'Nlll.'N. H. Huml. L. Huslu-rrp. ll. llwyvf. 1. llulrlmiua .l. Holvlrins. XX . Hmle-lllvarll. XY. S1ll1Illll'I'S. ll. S1'lllUl1'l'. 'l. Slmll. T. 211ml LI. Elliotl. VV. Zusl Lt. Flon-5. ll. 21111 LI. lirislow. C. Dm-n.. F. lzav. If Ilegllfm Lemlpr, I.FI11ll'l'. lst Agt, .llnxlvr 5191 lxt Plfztrmn 2nd Plzrlmmrz 3rd Plamolz fll1f1Vgf"'1.l'QUflffw-9 80 Silhluns. ll. Skimu-ll. H Smith, R. Stn-wxls. ll. Sl1'yt'l'. R. 5Xt'Il4CIl. l.. Taylor. H. xLlIl4ll'I'g1I'll'l. Xvrmmivu. X X I'llllHPy. IJ lxiilsnll. ll. XvLl4l4l4'll. W BAND Barul Director Capt. Edgerton Captain Hamilton, R. Lieutenant Vllalclvck, ,l. Ist Sergeant Johnson, W. Masler Sgt. Stowe. U. Stag Sgt. Haring, C. Sgt. Reed, D. Ward, C. Mayo. W. Stephenson. Lpl. Sams, H. Lewis, R. Heatley, C. Privates Adamson, .l. A twell. R. Baldwin. T. M. Coe. J. Collier, S. Collins, .l. Craft, .l. Davis, C. 90 Holmes, R. Howell, R. Jarrett, C. .l0rclan, .l. Koons, A. Pisano, A. Postlotllwait Smith, ,l. Sprouse, F. Sprouse, W. Stuart, G. Xvatltlell, H. Cflllfllffb RICHXRD LEONARD HAMlL'l'0N Banff f,v0771IIHIl1lI6.'l' Captuirl G. R. EDGEHTON. IS. H. Banff Director THE .U.M .A . 21141 Lt. XY'al1lPCk. J. Stowv. D. Johnson. W SHVOIIfl-fl?-COIIIITIIIIIII Master Sgt. lst Sgt. lflzrlrgf'-of-Q11rlrters 91 Q ,S HA winner never quits and a quitter never winsf' Athletics give both the players and the spectators an opportunity to prove to themselves, as good win- ners or losers. It is through the athletic events that fine qualities of sportsmanship, intelligent opposi- tion, and honest competition of the Fork Union cadets, is exhibited. Oar g'Big Teamg' in football and other sports have helped to spread the fame and fellowship for which FUMA is known. THE M. C. THOMAS GYMNASIUM-P y 'I' r 'W 4 R 1 ,, A ,, ,. hr. ,. 9355525357 f1f?5fi?ev4Q2if15if ' lV?Eifi?fsf'?i'5' -'SY' ' wzisiswgi-A , kg.-3551:-m,.2zA - '.x K N.. u !I in 1, mg 5.3 s.-ui ' I r .-E . 2 .l ' ',fy'p,.., ' , yr ,-16'w,gqNv NAM fem, M we 54 ik ev X M by wsfm, W-ff ., -"' 1 -if 2 Va'-f ,. .miggskyd-:W-W..A , I 1 .ii .',, it 'Iwi 1: aff , 5 , i Q- , If. K ... ! 3 . sl 2""i ' I ' 5 NW ,R aifgg 5 fl I 3 1 1 QQ , Q f . , 5 2-ff . , :5 - ,xi . ri T E I 1 5 ' . ' f 1 2 F s' - 9'-' ' 3 i 5 . M: g , 1 , E - 4 l 1 I . l ,W . frf Qin.. '.' 1-.Y-4-f-1 W 6 ,, - . ,NM wma ,elf FUOTB LL 1950 SCHEDULE 53 PUMA ,.L., A ..HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 14 PUMA ....,L 1 ...L... WASHINGTON and LEE Lv. 20 PUMA .,P,,,P, .P...P.P U . OF RICHMOND Lv. :ass FIQMA... A A A ,MEMORY and HENRY Lv. :az FLNIA , AUGUSTA M. A. 28 PUMA .,.. .GREENBHIER M. S. 26 PUMA ,U,P, 1 .,U, ,JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL fROanOke, vii-gimp 14 PUMA 1 A BULLIS PREP SCHOOL 19 PUMA 1 1 .. HSTAUNTON M. A. State Militar humps 9 0 Edwin J. fEdj Merrick has heen head foothall coach at FUMA for the past five years. His teams have now won 17 Straight games. They have also Won 20 Of their last 21 games. lVlerriOlc'S Big Teams have Won 2 State Military Championships during the past tWO years. During the football Seasons Ol' 1949 and 1950 Fork Union scored a total Of' 552 points tO the OppOSitiOn'S 87. 94 af MRS. HERMAN H. CLARK C0.CaI,mi,15 MRS. ERIK li. CHRISTENSEN N R015 1140? HERMAN CLARK IZRIK CHRISTENSEN DYNOIHROHJ X lCt0r1a. X ll'g1I1i3 V . . F b H Colonia. New Jcrsvy C0-Sponsor UISIIY oot a C0-Sponsor Coachmg Stajy' 4 Major Major Captain HROSIILW THOMAS MED" MERRICK HGVSN LACY 95 CHRISTEN SEN PETERSON GRICKIS REILEY 'AErik,' 4'Bernie" "Leong "Babu Tackle End Center Halfback 0 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY .I.V. vs. FUMA 53 Fork Union Blue Devils opened its 1950 season by handing Hampden-Sydney J.V.'s a 53 to 0 defeat. Although the biggest part of the game was played in the rain Fork Union scored in each period. FUMA's first score of the 950 season was a beautiful 10 yard field goal by Sgro, who also made 5 of the 6 extra points good. Throughout the game there were nice runs by Hill, Reiley, Capuano, and Giuliano respectively. Touchdowns were contributed by Reiley, Hill, Capuano, Bove, and Hartley. Hartley, a guard hailing from Florida, scored on a blocked punt by '4Big Erika' Christensen. FUMA's big team which didnit allow Hampden-Sydney a single first down played an excellent defensive game. Fork Union lost the services of 4'Chuck7' Ogburn who was seriously injured in the second period. 0 WASHINGTO'N and LEE J. V. vs. FUMA 14 The Big Blue Devils rolled on to their second straight victory of the' season and tenth straight in the last two years. Fork Union wasted no time in scoring, as the second time they got their hands on the ball they scored. HLyn" Capuano, FUMA's brilliant halfback, went around left end for the final 14 yards to pay dirt. Herman Clarkis passing had sparked the 60 yard drive. Fork Union nor Washington and Lee did much with the pigskin in the second period. Early in the fourth quarter Fork Unionis MBob" Reiley went over from the 3 yard line. The play was called back and FUMA was penalized 15 yards for holding. On the very next play Lyn Capuano again skirted left end for a score. Bob Sgro followed with his second straight extra point of the afternoon. George McDaniel starred on both offensive and defensive teams, as early in the third period he intercepted a pass and returned it 60 yards. Tony Santora was the Big Man for FUMA in the line in this game. 96 CAPUANO YEATMAN LABUS CLARK "Len" "Howard" "Steve" "Hermann H al fback Tackle End Quarterback 7 UNIVERSITY OF RICHMUND J.V. vs. FUMA 20 Fork Union won its llth straight game by defeating a powerful University of Richmond Fresh- men team 20 to 7. Fork Union, playing a great game, showed up especially well on defense. Our first score came in the second period with fullback George McDaniel going over from the two yard line. It was an inspired Richmond team that returned on the field the third period during which a Richmond lineman intercepted a Fork Union pass and raced 40 yards for a touchdown, which put them ahead 7 to 6. Fork Union Blue Devils not liking to be behind put on the steam and tallied 2 more touchdowns which were made by Reiley and Hill. Credit should be given to Santora, Currie, Baker, Christensen, Capuano and McDaniel for their fine plays on offense and defense. Our offense was stopped many times by two former Fork Union stars who now play for Richmond, namely, Al Pecuch and Corky Johns. According to reports from our team this game was won especially for the Coach "ED" MERRICK. 0 EMORY and HENRY COLLEGE J.V. VS. FUBIA 33 Coach Ed Merrick,s Fork Union Blue Devils rolled on to their fourth straight victory of the season. This was also their 12th straight victory in the last two seasons. The cadets running from a spread formation scored on the third play from scrimage. Bob Reiley, on a reverse skirted his own right end for 60 yards and the touchdown parade was on. Little George McDaniel, our 157 pound fullback, smashed across three touchdowns during the afternoon. George, the offensive player and star of the afternoon, ran wild against the heavy Emory and Henry team. George's scores came on runs of 20, 30, and 5 yards. Don Hill finished out the scoring for the day by going over from the 5 yard line early in the fourth period. This score was set up by the fine pass receiving star end "Bernie,' Peterson. The Fork Union defensive team was again air tight. Emory and Henry making but four first downs all afternoon. 97 CURRIE SANTORA MCDANIEL HARTLEY "Stewart" '4Tony,' "George', "Alu Tackle Guard Halfback Guard 7 AUGUSTA MILITARY ACADEMY vs. FUMA 32 Fork Union's Big Blue Devils were held on even terms for three quarters by a fighting Augusta team. Then in the fourth quarter the great power of the Big Team seemed to overcome the weakened Augusta team and our undefeated eleven pushed across four big touchdowns. The score at the half was 7-0 in favor of Augusta. They had scored on a pass play early in the first period. Then in the third period the Blue Devils ground out a well earned touchdown. Little Bob Reiley carrying the leather over from the four yard line. The third quarter ended with Fork Union in possession of the ball on the Augusta 35 yard line. On the second play of the fourth quarter FUMA fullback, Jimmy Johnson, ripped up the middle, broke to the outside and went into the end zone standing up. As soon as the Blue Devils took the ball again, they drove for another score. Bernie Peterson taking Herman Clark's nice pass from eight yards out in the corner of the end zone. George McDaniel and Lyn Capuano finished out the scoring for the day. George ran 30 yards straight up the middle for his, while Lyn took a quick handoff from eight yards out for his tally. 0 GREENBRIER MILITARY SCHOOL vs. FUMA 28 Fork Union playing its Homecoming game with Greenbrier Military School took its 14-th straight Victory by a score of 28-0. Little Bobby Reiley scored FUlVIA's first touchdown on a 30 yard run and also the second touchdown on a beautiful 45 yard run. Both teams failed to score in the second period. After the half our Big Team returned to the field and during the third period they scored two more touchdowns in order to make the game safe for our side. The touchdowns were con- tributed by Jerry QKENTUCKYN Tucker who took in a pass from Herman Clark and crossed the goal line standing. The last touchdown was made by a brilliant 35 yard run by another little and mighty player, George McDaniel. Although Greenbrier made several nice gains through the Big Fork Union line, the great defense team kept them from scoring. Both teams played a Wonderful football game which was enjoyed by a large Homecoming crowd. 98 GAVLICK MORALES WICKERT SGRO ...lohnn ..B0b,, ..Bill,, 5.80179 Center Quarterback End Guard 2 JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL fRoanoke, Va.D vs. FUMA 26 Fork Union minus the services of nine ball players, because of a High School eligibility rule, rolled on to their 15th straight win. The cadets were slow in getting started, but built up steam in the second half and won by 26-2. The Blue Devils scored early in the first period when Bob Reiley went over from the three yard line. There was no more scoring done in the first half as both teams fought very hard. The half ended with Fork Union in possession on the Jefferson five yard line. Fork Union took the second half kick-off and marched for their second score. Capuano carrying for the last 20 yards on a beautiful reverse. Bobby Sgro made the extra point good. Jefferson kept the Big Team in a hole the rest of the period and finally scored a safety on a blocked punt. A Jefferson player falling on the ball outside the FUMA end zone. Jefferson than drove to the Fork Union 10 yard line where they were stopped by the cadets big line. Fork Union took over and in two plays they were on the Jefferson 20 yard line and from there Bob Reiley carried the ball over on an end sweep. Capuano scored again in the fourth period on the same play he scored earlier. This time he ran thirty yards and the blocking was beautiful to watch. The extra point was made good and the game ended. Jefferson was held to a minus 6 yards on the ground. 0 BULLIS PREP SCHOOL vs. FUMA 14 Fork Union playing its only out of the state game, defeated a powerful Bullis Prep School 14 to 0 for their 16th straight win. Neither team was able to show much in the first period due to both teams hard charging defense. However FUMA broke the ice in the second period to strike pay dirt. Big Jim Johnson made some beautiful runs while hitting the line, after which little Bob Reiley scooted around end for a 40 yard run behind some excellent blocking. Sgro added the extra point. Bullis never threatened to score in the first half. The Big Blue Devils tried a field goal just before the half which was wide only by inches. Both teams cam back the second half all steamed up and ready but the cadets seemed to put out a little more steam when Big Jim Johnson carried the pigskin over for a touchdown. Sgro again added the extra point. Bullis tried every play they had but were unable to get pass the Devils 25 yard line the entire game. The two stand out players of the game for FUMA were Johnson and Gavlick who are two great line backers. 99 HILL JOHNSON BAKER CARR "Donn NJ. HF, "Larry,' End Halfback Center End 'Trocketf' 6 STAUNTON MILITARY ACADEMY vs. FUMA 19 The Fork Union Blue Devils finished out their 1950 season in a blaze of glory by defeating Staunton 19-6 in their annual Thanksgiving Day Classic. About 3,500 fans were on hand as the cadets marched to their 17th straight victory over a period of two years. The game also marked the first time this year that a touchdown was made through the Big Fork Union line. Carl Mazza, Staunton's hard hitting fullback, turned the trick in the third period. By winning, Fork Union gained the State Military Championship, which it has held now for the past two seasons. The first period ended without any scoring. Good defensive play stood out for both teams in this period, with neither team getting too close to its opponentas goal line. On the very first play from scrimage in the second period Fork Union scored. 'LH0tfoot,7 Reiley going around his own right end for 70 yards. At least a half dozen men from Staunton had clear shots at him but they all missed. Staunton kicked to Fork Union to start the second half. On the second play from scrimage George McDaniel cut over his own right tackle and went 68 yards to score, untouched. Bobby Sgro kicked the extra point and the score was 13-0. Staunton started fighting back, with Carl Mazza doing the running Staunton reached the Fork Union 7 yard line. Two plays later Mazza went through the center of the Big Line for their only score. Fork Union struck again in the fourth period with Bob Reiley carrying the pigskin again. lt was the very same play in which he scored our first touchdown, only this time he ran 79 yards instead of 70. The kick for the extra point was wide so ended the game. This is the second time in the schools history that a football team has gone through the season undefeated. 5 BLUE DEVILS MAKE ALL-STATE-lst TEAM "Erik', Christensen '4Stewart" Currie "Tony,' Santora "Bohn Reiley "Georgian McDaniel Tackle Tackle Guard Halfback Halfback 4 BLUE DEVILS MAKE ALL-STATE-2nd TEAM HSteve,' Labus "Alu Hartley MHerman', Clark 'ALen', Capuano End Guard Quarterback Halfback 100 JOHNSON TUCKER GIULIANO RUBENSTEIN "Penny "Jerry,' "Louisa "Karl" Fullback End Halfback Tackle TRIBUTE TO '50 BLUE DEVILS The 1950 Blue Devils deserve all the praise and tribute that can be given them. The two platoon system of Coach 6'Ed,' Merrick worked wonders as this makes the second year for the system here. The following cadets played on the offensive team: Carr, Carter,- Peterson, Tucker, Chaplin, Christensen, Currie, DiCello, Crifiin, Hartley Sgro, 'glimmyv Johnson, Lester, Clark, Bob Morales, Capuano, Giuliano, Curley, Reiley, McDaniel, and "Penn', Johnson. The following cadets played on the defensive team: Baker, Labus, Wickert, James, Rubenstein, Yeatman, Santora, Gavlick, Grickis, Grizzard, Avampato, Hill, Bove, Frankeberger, and Ould. Our record of nine wins and no defeats during the regular season was definitely a credit to the coaching staff, Director of Athletics-C. G. 'gRosie'7 Thomas QVPIL Head Coach-'gEd', Merrick QURW, Assistant-E. H. "Gus" Lacy QUNCJ, and '4Mark', Weatherly lstetsonl . 6 BLUE DEVILS RECEIVE HONORABLE MENTION BY ALL-STATE "Bernie,' Peterson "Howard', Yeatman 'LBob', Sgro "Leon" Crickis L'J0hn" Gavlick "Don" Hill End Tackle Guard Center Center Halfback 101 VJ L 'S 'S i 'S QD -we -as U2 i 5 'Q -he S 'i Q L I CN T: C CU Q O 2 A 5 CV E .. cd Q1 D-4 :xi J I-4 E u kj E 0 Eli E 2 III 'az -C U QL E O U1 C1 .-C1 O 'Q U5 5 5 .-D 55 A A .J U .M id CQ oi eiley, no, L., R H3 : Cap 1112 .ia is Q Q.. ve. .gi U -N. 3 Q x Q W vs J 6 : N I1 :1 ... L5 A., Santora. A., Chaplin, E. Hartley, D., E P-4 L-f as .-'14 Q 5 P' -I -Q -ia R s -Q -I CD. -N 5 Q K 2nd B. Peterson. C., ick , L., Carr, Gr is ni xl U 4.4 ul LU A -Q x U UD E: FZ S y oi fi GJ - N 5-1 3 4 4-7 B-1 QA .M .2 JJ -C -'lu L C N Q 'fx N -N S Q IN 'E I. W5 'T ri o In : .:: o 'B 4 uf ... : :: ... O O H A ali QI .H H ln ,:x J oi D. l-1 an un A i .2 T NS LD -I C WD --Q I. 3 N Q KR. lb -N 2 Q ls '-C Q V' :II :rf ld ,-4 L-1 5 V . -.1 LD :IT li -1 5 H 3 4 P4 1-T ID hD L-4 cu .cz D .M 1: N F-4 L1-1 d :Z s: 'cr :s 5-4 P A E :1 O Pg fi PE X-4 an Q E s: Q2 .Q : lr. Lf gf V C O 'T F' 6 ..- :U D4 ,- C E5 f 'C .W I5 Y -. rf S -. L-4 ua .C ... :vs Nw 5 Z4 II-1 su 2 Coaching SMH: rd, T. Z3 Griz A. Bove, Johnson, J.. James, J., 'v J C? cv E Ad .E M agerk KMan Ierrick. Ahl ' IN -Q v-J cl, CL? anrl "E 6 .- GJ CY DiC La F UMA FUMA ...4,..,. FUMA F UMA ........, FUMA FUMA F UMA FUMA FUMA ......... FUMA FUMA FUMA ...,A..A, FUMA FUMA ,.....,. FUMA 1950 OF RICHMOND I.V. 4 BASEB LL CHEDULE ST. CHRISTOPHER 3 .,.U. OF VIRGINIA .I.V. T ....,....HARGRAVE M. A. 9 .,.U. OF VIRGINIA .I.V. I3 ...MBENEDICTINE H. S. 3 AUGUSTA M. A. 1 HARGRAVE M. A. I A ....,... STAUNTON M. A. 9 .U. OF RICHMOND .I.V. 4 ...MBENEDICTINE H. S. 0 ,WOODBERRY FOREST 3 .....,....,,,AUGUSTA M. A. 7 3 ..,,...GREENBRIER M. A. 1 .. STAUNTON M. A. 1 JIMMY KITE Captain Seated, left to right: Gohbett. E.. Wfyant. C., Saunders. li.. Koellvr. K.. Jfmsting. D.. Wivkert, W.. Grlffm e. J.. Blurah-S, R.. Lvstvf. E.. Smitl1..I. H.. Capuanu, L.. XII-Daniel. G.. Kidwell. P. Smmlinif, left to riglzl: I' arcn r Ixhyne. G., Raiser, W., .Iohns!on, R.. Winzurk. W., Knight, R.. Harris, T., Bowh-A, R., Grinzkis, I.., Graham, C SIIII Ix N F S r P . I.. Izac, ., 103 ASKETBALL MISS BEVERLY LOU KOELLER 7 7th Street Ridgefield Park, New Jersey KENNETH HLEFTY7' KOELLER Sponsor Captain The Blue Devils basketball team had a very good year with ll wins and 10 defeats for the season. The leading push shot artist was our own Len Capuano. "Lefty" Koeller, our team captain, also was a speedy athlete and helped his team to many of their victories. Our rangy center Ron Bowles, forward Don Hill, and guard Barry Saunders all aided the FUMA Blue Devils in each con- test. Other members were Crickis, Douglas, Tucker, Carter, LeRoy, Randle, Griffin, Shutt, and Wyant. CAPUANO BOWLES HILL SAUNDERS .4Len,, aR0n,, aD0n,, aBarry,, 104 GRICKIS LHROY DOUGLAS TUCKER 'gLvolz', 6gE!1W!lfll,7 nWa1ter'7 1951 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 41 FUMA A....,.....,.A..,..,..,..., . ....,.., ,.,.. U . UF VIRGINIA J V 37 FUMA .....,.., . ,...... HAMPDEN-SYDNEY J V 55 FUMA ...,..,,. ............ L ANE HIGH SCHOOL 51 FUMA ..,.. . . ...,,.,.A.,,,.,.,,. LANE HIGH SCHOOL 58 FUMA ......... .......,........A...,., H AMPDEN-SYDNEY JV 44 FUMA L,......, .,,.,..,,.,, . .VIRGINIA EPISCOPAL SCHOOL 76 FUMA .,..,.... ,.,.,.... H ARGRAVE MILITARY ACADEMY 76 FUMA ..,...,,. .,........, W OODBERRY FOREST SCHOOL 72 FUMA ..,.,,.,. .,..... S TAUNTON MILITARY ACADEMY 81 FUMA .......,. ..,...... A UGUSTA MILITARY ACADEMY 52 FUMA L,...,.., .......,....,..,,,,..,..,....., U . OF RICHMOND J V 62 FUMA .,..A.... .,....., S TAUNTON MILITARY ACADEMY 61 FUMA ..,,,.,,. ..,,.,.., H ARGRAVE MILITARY ACADEMY 74 FUMA ......,,. ,....... G REENBRIER MILITARY SCHOOL 41 FUMA. ..,... ..,.,......A N EWPORT NEWS HIGH SCHOOL 50 FUMA ,.,....,. ......,.....,... A UGUSTA MILITARY ACADEMY 63 FUMA ....,.....,.....A,........................,.. U. OF RICHMOND J V 80 FUMA .,.,.. , . ..., ,MASSANUTTEN MILITARY ACADEMY 59 FUMA .,.,..,,, ,,..., ,.,.,...... W O ODBERRY FOREST SCHOOL 77 FUMA ,.... ..,..A...., M ASSANUTTEN MILITARY ACADEMY 58 FUMA ,.,,., , , ,.... ,..A...,., V IRGINIA EPISCOPAL SCHOOL CARTER RANDLE GRIFFIN SHUTT G' w0l1IlYw " essen' Ray .5 J T S 103 TRACK TEAM .70 5815 581Q 7016 TOM 601Q ln CROCKETT BOYD CARR Fork Captain FUMA FUMA FU MA ,.....,. FUMA FUMA FUMA 1950 SCHEDULE ,..,........,.....WOODBERRY FOREST STAUNTON M. A. GREENBRIER M. S. ,.....VA. EPISCOPAL S. HARGRAVE M. A. ST. CHRISTOPHER the 1950 State Track Meet in Charlottesville, Virginia, Union placed third with 15 points. 70 45 5115 465m 3721 47W Ist row, left ro riglll: Wleller. J.. Yarc, H.. llainilton. R.. Chaplin. E.. Curr, C., Gruwi-ll, W., Duntun, J.. Floyd, L., 2nd row let! lo rialzl: Oultl. J.. Furlonff. N. Shutl. T.. Stewari. R.. Rubenstein. K.. DiCello. R.. Follansbev. J.. Randle. U. dnl row: left Lo fight: Schmidt, W.. Tannini, ll.. Moffett. D.. Pale. D.. Holton. R., Diehl. H.. Robbins, Ramos, R. 4th row, left to flgllfi Rollins, H.. Alexander. F., Rloom, M.. Smith, J. D., Fordham, J., Knox, R., ghlains, oth row, left to right: Sofer, J., Dennis, R., Clarke, F., Coach 'Gus' Lacy and Coach Llllarkl Weatherly. 106 J. A. TENN S 1951 SCHEDULE . Mon.. April 9th, Hargrave M. A. at home , Mon., April 16th, Augusta M. A. at home . Q, , 1 if Tues., April 17th, Woodberry' Forest S. at Woodberry Forest A ' , Sat., April 21st, Staunton M. A. at Staunton Mon., April 23rd, Hargrave M. A. at Chatham Thurs., April 26th, Woodherry Forest S. at home Sat., April 28th, Staunton M. A. at home Tues., May Sth, Augusta M. A. at Fort Defiance Sat., May 12th, Thomas Jefferson H. S. at Richmond JOSEPH JOHNSON COLLINS, IR. Tues., May 15th, Thomas Jefferson H. S. at home Captain . W H ,- W . V,VVi ,. ,-, : X kyvy V V , I J ri ff Elo? :rar Y U H 5. 4 A FL Left I0 right: Major Wiltlman, Cflllfh Vantlegriff, .l., Conlon, R.. l'l1'ase1', ll., Cotter. P., Arliz, H., Parkinson Axumlikian. D.. Jones. ff. A.. Culler. l... Lelloy. E., Collinshl.. Goldberg. D. 107 UN IOR VARSITY FOOTB LL JOESTING and GOBBETT W Co-Captains 0 LANE HIGH SCHOOL vs. FUMA .I.V. 25 In the initial encounter of the 1950 season the ,l.V.is of Fork Union Military Academy romped a smashing 25-0 victory over Lane High J.V.'s, under the lights in Charlottesville on Laneis home field. The Little Blue Devil team of FUMA was stalled for the first two periods, but in the third quarter the cadets found pay dirt when Cadet Captain Samuel J. Webb of B Company scored through the line. Other outstanding players for FUMA were Curley, Shutt, Joesting, Cobbett, Lester, Vrudny, and Stephenson. This game marked the opening of the Community Chest Drive in the Charlottesville area for 1950. 0 WOODBERRY FOREST J.V. vs. FUMA .I.V. 18 A Little Blue Devil team, sparked by their resolute Coach Captain Crosier, and the brilliant hand-offs of their star quarterback, Doug Vrudny, surged to an I8-0 upset victory over Woodberry Forest. Tommy Shutt, Russ Stewart, and Blair Smith ran havoc through the opposition each scor- ing a touchdown. Shutt chalked up I25 yards on two long runs, one for 45, the other for 80 yards. The defensive line of the Blue Devils kept up their great work by holding Ivoodberry Forest to only four first downs, while the Fork Union team made nine first downs. 0 LANE HIGH SCHOOL vs. FUMA .I.V. 28 For the second time Fork Unionis Little Blue Devils encountered Lane High, but this time on FUMA7s home field. The score of this game was 28-0 in favor of FUMA. Those who recall our two games with Lane last year, remember how we lost 13 to 7 and 25 to 6, so in winning from Lane two games this season was a good showing for our team. The outstanding players for us in this game were, ullaveil Joesting lmade 2 touchdownsb, HSamil Webb fmade I touchdownii, and 4'Blair,7 Smith fmade I touchdownb. This was the Little Blue Devils third game of the season and they haven't been scored against so far. 108 0 SCHUYLER HIGH SCHOOL vs. FUMA J.V. 52 The Little Blue Devils playing heads up ball won their fourth straight game of the season by defeating the Schuyler team 52-0. The FUMA team made eight touchdowns and four extra points. Stewart made a 75 yard run, the best run of the afternoon and was the outstanding player of the afternoon. Stewart is credited with making three of the eight touchdowns. Joesting made two of the touchdowns by picking up passes from Gardner and Gobbett respectively. Shutt, Smith, B., and Izac each made a touchdown. Shutt and Gobbett each made two extra points good. The J.V. team still remains undefeated and no one has gone beyond I"UMA's 35 yard line. 7 STAUNTON MILITARY ACADEMY J.V. vs. FUMA J.V. 13 FUMA playing at home took its fifth straight game of the '50 season and played a fine game. The Little Blue Devils played five games this season and made a total of 136 points to the low of 13 points for the opposition. A wonderful record for our Little Team. Gardner and Cobbett each made a touchdown for FEMA. Samuel Joe Webb of Pedro Miguel, Canal Zone, played a most out- standing game all afternoon. His hitting and driving power was felt by the Staunton players. Joesting also stood out as one of the players of the afternoon and who hails from Cleveland, Ohio. So in clos- ing let us say best of luck Little Team and may we see you next year on our Big Team. lst row, left to right: Stewart. R.. Corletto. L.. Spiyack. L., Vrudny, D., Joesting, D., Gobbett, E., Gardner, H., Walcieck, J., Hubbard, J.. Flores, M. Znrl row, left to right: Smith, J. H., Snee, H., Smith, M. R., Diehl, H., Kirk- inan. T., Mclilonagle, L., Bailey, C.. Shutt, T.. Pate, D., Jones, R. D., Stephenson. M. 3rd row, left to right: Weller, J., Walsh, J. W., Izac. F., Hamilton. R.. Bloom, H.. Waugh. D.. Tanner. IV., Adams, J., Sprouse, W. 4th row, left to right: Guggenheimer, D. KManr1gerl, Cmzrlz Crossier, R. H., Burns, H. llllanrzgerl. 109 UN IOR VAR ITY RASKETR LL ROBERT D. MORALES Captain The Junior Varsity Basketball team coached by "Cus'7 Lacy played only a limited number of games this season and won two and lost two. The schedule was as follows: 57 FUMA J.V. ,..,., .. HWOODBERRY FOREST 66 43 FEMA J.V... .. .i.., UHARGRAVE M. A. 20 37 FUMA J.V. ...,., ...., . HWOODBERRY FOREST 43 50 FEMA J.V. . ,.,...,. HARGRAVE M. A. 40 Isl row, loft Io right: Furlong. N., Jor-sling, D., Morales, R., McDaniel, C., Collier. S. 2nd row, left to right: Smith, R., Smith, J. H., Johnson, J., Lane, E., Lam, A. 3rd row, left to right: Rolton, R., Holmes, R., McCoy, H., Varc-, H., Gardner, H. 4111 row, Iefl lo right: Dr-nnis, R. fManagerj, Coach A'Cus'i Lacy. 110 RIFLE T TEAM ROI.,-XYD W. JORDNY. JH. Caplain With Cadet Roland VV. Jordan, jr.. as team Captain, the 1950-51 rille team was represented by ten fellow cadets and the team manager. The team manager this year was Cadet H. J. Johnston. and on two occasions when it was not possible for all the regular team members to be present for match firing, Cadet Johnston fired as a member of the team. Considerable progress was made by the team this year, after an unavoidable late start, and FTYMA succeeded in capturing two victories in regularly scheduled matches. A score of 321 was fired in the Hearst Trophy Match by this yearis team. as compared with a score of 750 last year. The rifle range was completely remodeled prior to the first of the year, with individual reels for the targets at each firing point. and a new firing platform of sawdust covered with blanket cloth. A high percentage of the 1950-51 riHe team was composed of sophomores and juniors and. with these experienced men as a basis for the team next year. the rifle team instructor, Captain Thomas M. Edwards. ,lr.. has high hopes for the 1951-52 season. W Sfrnzrlirzg. lcfl Io right: Captain lfmlwarils. ln.srr111'tnr'. lolmston. H. Cllllllllgfffd. Jorflan. R. Front. left Io rigfzl: Ytooilyurml. C.. Jaycobs. R.. lleiser. W.. Winzurk. W.. Winkelman. H.. xYwZ1l1l1'l'li. ,l.. llryan. ff.. Xltwxvllllkllllf. l.. Ill Fork Union ilitary Academ Honor Platoon WALTER ELLIOTT Captain The Honor Platoon was first organized in the school year of 1947-48 under the leadership of Cadet Captain John Frankeberger of Maryland and our Commandant Colonel Frank A. Crockett. They were taught and trained on fancy drill maneuvers by Captain Thomas B. Ross lylnfantry l , who was our Assistant P. lVl. S. 8 T. and who is now serving in our Armed Forces in Korea. Only outstanding Cadets in the Corps are selected each year as members of the Honor Platoon. This year there are forty-three Cadets in the Honor Platoon from twelve states, the District of Columbia, and three foreign coun- tries. The Platoon has appeared in the Apple Blossom Festival at Winchester, Virginia, each year and have per- formed at a number of football games throughout the State. They have also appeared several times in govern- ment ceremonies and parades. This year the Platoon was led by Cadet Captain Eugene Weaxfer of Radford, Vir- ginia. However, due to his graduation in February Cadet Captain Walter Elliott of Arlington, Virginia, took over as the Platoon commander. Q , f T331 Q QQ? 2 2 112 .U.M. .HO OR PL TOO lHHoH.W.KPhU0m1C0mnmndmJ:lHmke.F.fExumdmP0fHwrH Dunum.J.fCuNhn Bmnedg Price, D. ffront Cuirlejg Hubbard. J. fFmn1 Guidejg Flores. M. lRear Czlidelg Pate, D. fRear Cuidelg Col. Crockett fFacully Arlviserj. List of the other members: Alexander. F., Arias, R., Artiz. R.. Billups. M.. Bowles. P.. Bulfer. J.. Carlin. D., Dolmyns. L.. Cordon. R.. Guest. R.. Harper. J.. Hartman. J.. Howard. WY.. Jaeger. R.. Jarrell. J.. Krebs, F.. Kulita. J.. Landis. XX.. Landis. C.. Letts. D.. Matais, J.. Meta. A.. Pier. L.. Haffaele. J.. Ramos. H.. Rosenlwerger. J.. Spixavk. L.. Sehniidt. W.. Smith. J. D.. Waddell. W.. Willis. R., Winkelinan. H. '5'?'t 'f'T"1 K iff Wi. NS- " lie ....ggtj,, L' af BQ .ia ,ggi S. K X mm 113 WN Plfifycgx WW l 'lr K 'gf Left to right, top row: The big 3--Ed, Cus and Markg Hill gets away? Second row: Clark, Ed Merrick and Christensen, the Coach and C0-Captains, Bovv, fullback, Oghurn, guard. Third row: McGinnis, guard, Johnson, J. R., fullback, James, tackle, Chaplin, tackle, Hulbert, guard. 114 X Left to right, top row: Hill on ilu- run: Curriv after his man. Seronzl row: Rough going for johnson: Too had lrickis. Third row: lNi1:e- one Pe-le-rsong JXl1OlllL'T louftlnlowu for FUMA. FOZIVIII row: Xvallnan get Illai man! Bmw- is a llarml man In bring down, 115 is 5 Activities at Fork Union develop the learlers which are so essential to the academy community, and they make life more interesting, more real, and more vital. They enable students to better equip themselves for the tasks and responsibilities of later life. We present these leaders and their activities with our best wishes for their future good fortune. .Way they carry out the mission entrusted to them, of upholding the honor and traditions of Fork Union. ani ations SNEAD HALL-r ROBERT EVERETT JONES E1z'il0r-in-Chief MBS. VV. JONES 1636 Univs-rsily Drivv IVJll1'h2i1H, North Carolina Sponsor SKIRMISHER STAFF MRS. ADRIAN W. WEBB Box 935305 Pedro Miguel, Canal Zone Sponsor SAMUEL JOE WEBB Managing Editor MRS. ROLAND W. JORDAN l-ll-68 85th Stre- Ja1nait'a. News' Sponsor vt Roatl X ork ROIAXD WOODFORD JORDAN. JR. SABRE STAFF I lfrlitor Seated. left to right: Die-lil, H.. Jarre-ll. J.. Rofls-nbacli. W.. Samlulli. J.. Captain Wilbur fFlIl'lIllj' AfI1'I-Slffj, Hamilton. R.. Krysl. J.. Elliott. YY.. Carlin. ll. Is! row Sfllllllfllg, IPI! to right: Dorsvtt. H.. Matais. J.. Patz. R.. N Sams. H.. Curley, H.. Carr. C., Jordan R.. Letts. D., Patterson. N.. fmith. J. H., Bisogne-. A.. Ward. C. Znzl raw smmling, left to right: Atwe-ll. R.. Pate, D., Wenglarv, W., Moilvtt, W., Richardson. J., Price, D., Gordon, R., Klallartl. F.. llurcli. WJ. 119 THEN IAN LITER RY SOCIETY The Athenian Literary Society was founded to develop the talent of cadets interested in publfc speaking. It is to that end that all the work of the society is directed. Many debates are held through- out the year and many painstaking hours are spent in their preparation. ln addition to debating, orations, declamations, and readings are delivered. Perhaps of all the activities on the campus, The Athenian Literary Society is one of the most active. This is because the basic requirement for membership is active and creative interest. The society has made great progress under the able leadership and guidance of Captain Miles, faculty adviser. The highlight on the literary calendar is the commencement debate and program. The Athenians are very anxious to repeat as winners for the fifth consecutive year and carry off the prize silver cup. Seated, left to right: Fiorica, V., Sawyers, J.. Carlin, D., Jarrell, J. fPresidenU, Captain Miles fFaculty Adviserl, Matais, ,l., Steiner, W. Standing, left to right: Sofer, J., Arias, R., Lent, J., LeRoy, E., Siddons, B., Pine, C., Robbins, J., Amberger, C. 120 CICERONIAN LITER RY OCIETY This soeiety is the oldest of the two literary soeieties on the eainpus being founded in 1908. In 1911 it was divided into two societies, the other branch beeoming the Athenians. The main purpose of the society is to develop i11 its members better speaking ability. These aims are ae:-omplished by stressing of the importance of speeeh, debating. reading dei-lamations. and orations through ac-tual participation in oratorieal programs. The members are enabled to learn to speak and think clearly while addressing an audience. The work that has been done throughout the season is elimaxed with a final debate. which is included in the ecnmmeneement program. The members of the two societies battle each other verbally. each striving to gain possession of the Gold Cup which passes to the society which has shown the better work in debating. Those who have done exceptional work in orations, readings, and deelamations are also awarded medals. Some of the aehievements of our sueeessful year were the inter-society debates. debates among our members. and the banquet our members had to Celebrate the years acerrmplishments. SUKIICJ, left I0 right: Niefllure. H.. Reiser. W.. Parkinson. C.. Sandulli. J.. xltwell. R.. Christian. C.. Hardy. P. Standing, left Io right: Turner. C., Coe, J.. Captain Pendergrass ffvllflllfj' Adriserl, Cuggenheimer. ll .TWCIIIIJRTS not present for pieture: Lennon. C.. Jones. C. A. 121 CLEE CLUB The Clee Club, under the director and adviser, Captain Ray H. Babelay, consists of twenty-three members this year. This was Captain Babelay's first year with us at the Academy but he is well known as a leader in the field of music and a teacher of piano. The Glee Club took part in the Christmas pageant "The Nativityi' held for the pleasure of the Faculty and Cadet Corps. They sang such famous Christmas Carols as 'Silent Nightf' H0 Little Town of Bethlehenif, and others. The Club began this year to sing at the Sunday Morning Chapel Service in order to help the Cadet Corps with some of the more difficult hymns. Captain Babelay is very enthusiastic about the Glee Club and he hopes that in the years to come there Will. be more activities for them to take part in. So with such a fine direc- tor we hope to have one of the best Glee Clubs in the country in the near future. Captain Babelay KDirectorl, Haring, C., fflccompanistl. Ist row, left to right: Winkelman, H., Batleman, B., Nuckols, W., Jordan, J., Steyer, R., Marahoris, T., Masters, H., Johnson, R. E., Everett, R. fPresidentl, Weaver, C., Stowe, D. 2nd rgw, left to right: Fraser, R., Collier, S., Jarrett, C., Piper, A., Van Nortwick, W., Short, C., Holmes, R., Johnson, W., Moyer, F., Johnston, C., McWilliams, L., Kootner, A., Smith, J. E., Lam, A., Pischel, R. 122 OFFICERS' CL The Olilic-ers, Club is composed of all Sabre rating cadets in the Corps. The Corps of Cadets is organized into a Battalion with the Cadet Lieutenant Colonel as the Battalion Commander and the highest ranking cadet ollicer. lfaeh Cadet Ollieer has a definite assignment in the Corps and is respon- silmle for the military proficiency in his respective unit. ln order to he an ollicer. a Cadet is graded on a twelve-point sy stem which includes academic work. conduct. leadership and military proficiency, hoth theoretical and practical. Each cadet officer. when sworn into the Cluh, is requested to take the following pledge: "l herelmy solemnly pledge-that as an ollicer of the cadet corpsfof the Fork Union Military Academy,fI will at all tiinesflaithfully, fairly and fearlesslygperforni my clutiese--as an ollicer and a gentleman.fConscious of the honor and obligation that are ininegl will be just to all- and partial to nonef' Is! row: Jones. R. E. ll'rcsirlenll. 21111 row. lvl! to riglzt: Weaver. E.. Patton. K.. Bryan. C.. Welilm. S. J. firzl row, left to right: Flores. ll.. Wvaltleek. .l.. Carr. C.. Clarke. F.. Yoos, F.. Hamilton. R.. Kidwcll. P.. Gardner. H. -lllz row, left to right: Kite. J., Morales, R.. Wiekert, W.. llunton, J.. Elliott, W., Price, D., Hubbard, J. Sth row, left Io right: Pate. D.. Deen. F.. Pulley. D.. Mefjuain. R.. Bristow, C.. Rowman. E.. Johnson. YV. 6tlz row, left to rigltt: Critlin. J., lzue. F.. Cohhetl. E.. Call. N.. Stowe. D., Exerett, R.. Ayres. A.. Alexander. F. 123 GOLD STAR COUNCIL The Gold Star Council is made up of Juniors and Seniors who are near the top of their classes and Who have been doing good work in activities other than academic. There are 12 members on the Gold Star Council this year in accordance with the vote of last yearis Gold Star Council. This Honorary Society is perhaps comparable to Phi Beta Kappa of college level except that ours is not of national fame. Colonel Waldron, our Headmaster, has given much of his time in helping the club get under way as one of the important clubs on our Campus at Fork Union Military Academy. The members take a great deal of pride in doing exceptionally fine work in all that they do and they are set up as fine examples to the Cadet Corps. Seated, left to right: Welle1', J., Lester, E., Pate, D., Col. Wlaldron fFaculty Adviserl, Waldeck, J., Vannini, H., McCallum, J. Standing, left to right: Artiz, R.. Jarrell, J., Carlin, D., McClure, H., Harper, J., Avadikian, D. 124 B. S. U. The Baptist Student Union was first organized in the 1920,s in southern Baptist schools. Since that time they have spread all over the United States. lt is led by a council of six officers and their various committees. Their ultimate aim is to provide a link between the Baptist student away from home and the religious atmosphere of the campus of the school in which he is enrolled. This year the B. S. U., although small in number, had a very successful year. They had a bi-monthly radio program which was aired by the radio station WFLO in Farmville, Virginia. They were represented by a good delegation at the State Convention held in Roanoke, Virginia, and Bluefield, West Virginia. This year more so than in the past years the B. S. U. had closer contact with other B. S. Ufs in the other schools throughout the State of Virginia. Also had contact with other Baptist Students as far away as Mexico. We can truly say that the B. S. U. had a most enjoyable and successful year under the new sponsorship of Captain M. G. Weatherly and Chaplain Paul G. Wiley. Seated, left to right: Jordan. Nuekols. W., Lennon. C.. Rev. Capt. Wiley fFaculty Azlviserl, Stowe, D., Haring. C.. Sawyers. J. Slunaling. le!! Io right: Wenglare, W.. Croxton. T., Rollins, H.. 5lcW'illiams, L.. Johnston. C. 125 ODELING CLUB The Model Club had one of its most successful seasons in recent years. The inllux of many new members created this situation and presented an opportunity for greater variety in the program. The cadets chosen for the clubsi ollicers were Howard Heier, President, and XVilliam Powers, Secretary- Treasurer. Two preliminary contests were sponsored to arouse interest for the final meet in lVlay. The winners were picked after careful consideration was given to the progress made on models since the start of the academic year. The three winners in the first group were taken to Washington, D. C., to see the air exhibit at the Smithsonian lnstitute as well as the Capital and ,leilerson and Lincoln lVlemorials. The second group of winners was taken to Yvilliamsburg to witness the colonial exhibit there. Each Wednesday evening, the club met to discuss future plans, collect dues, and to trade ideas concerning Mmodelcuresfl These meetings oHered opportunities to discuss problems and to see motion pictures in the Chapel related to flying events. To make the year complete, three medals, awarded annually to the winners of the big meet in May, were presented to the winning cadets in the Thomas Gymnasium at Commencement exercises in june. Seated, left to right: French. ,l., Carter, C., Bowles, P., Brown, E., Marinari, G., Ayala, P., Heatley, C., Dunlon, J., Clarke, F., Dufendacll, M., Spitzer, L., Hennessy, R., Dalton, W., Tabone, C., Hudson, J., Peruzzi, C., Powers, W. Slanzling, left to right: Jones, R. D., Robinson, F., Brown, W., Bouglilon, W., Moore, H., Reier, H., Captain Wilbur fF11f'u1Ly Azllfiserl, McFarland, W., Lamar, W., Sams, H., Cordon, R., Peterson, L., ROtllJlllJ3Cll, W., Johnston, H., Gordon, D. 126 N- COMS CL B This selected group of Cadets is of paramount importance to the Corps of Cadets because the members constitute the backbone of the organization. The Club gives its members the opportunity of social contact and furthers the discipline of the rank and file. Each non-commissioned officer has many problems in his sphere of command and the club is a medium of exchange for military informa- tion. The Club works energetically as a unit to promote the elliciency of the Corps. Membership in the club is exclusive and requires honest and faithful service on the part of all. lst row, left to right: Mayo, W.. Haring. C., Jos-sting. D.. Letts. D.. YVilson. L.. Jarrell. J.. Colonel Kennedy lFm-ulty Arlriserj, Lester, E.. Heatley. C., Goldstein. W.. Harper. J.. .-Xrtiz. R.. Landis. C. 21111 row, left to right: W'inzurk, W., Vvoodyard, C., llcrgman. D., Bradshaw, C., Parkinson, C.. LeRoy, E., Dano, C., Lam, A., Schmidt, VV. Wlillis, R.. Johnson, J., Carlin. D., Adams, J. 3rrl row, lcfl to right: Sardo. F.. Rodenlmach. WV., Lewis. R., Mcylona- gle. L.. llalais. J.. lloltcher. R.. Wiaddcll. XV.. Howard. WY.. Patterson. N.. Cullvr. L.. Smith. J. D., White. R. flfli row, left to right: Dorsett, H.. Hartman. J., Winn, R., Dynarski. D., Bowles. P.. Croxton. T.. Tanner, YV.. Smith, R. Roark, R., Knox, R., Smith. J. H., Richardson. J. Stli. row, left to rlglzt: Douglas, W., Reiscr, W., Stewart, R., Moffett, W.. Dennis, R., Var:-, H., Tornstrom. J., Nuckols, W., Pischel, R., Tournay, D. 6tl1 row, left to right: Brooks. KI.. Dohyns. L.. Reed. D.. Lennon. C.. Crum-ll. W.. Chain. J.. Yannini, H., Avadikian. D.. Walsh. J. R.. Lane, E., Longo, A. 7111 row, left to riglzt: Putney, C., Smith, ll. B., llcllaniels, G.. Sgro. R., Corletto, L.. Arias, R., Moncada, H., Shutt, S., Chaplin, E., McCallum. J., Bisogne, A., Weller, J. 8th row, left to right: Guest, R., Dalton, E., Gordon, R.. McClure, H., Floyd, L., Theobald. C., Jones. C. B.. Cotter. P., Childs. A.. Yates. G., Wink:-lman, E., Raffaele, J., Snow, D. 127 l gc NATIONAL DEFENSE CL B Recognizing in the period immediately following World War ll the trend of developments inherent in the deteriorating relations between the lfnited States and the U. S. S. R. and the dangers of com- munist aggression, and seeing the urgent need for speedily reviving the strong national defenses which untimely demobilization had destroyed, Captain Bolling G. Williams, instructor in American History, proposed the formation of an organization at FUMA which would bring together in closer associa- tion those cadets who shared with him an active concern over the national defense. The response to this proposal was sulhcient to result in the formation of a small, but spirited and energetic, association which adopted the name HTHE NATIONAL DEFENSE CLUBF At present the National Defense Club has a membership of 54 cadets. The officers of this organization are at present, Club Com- mander, Cadet Major Patton, Vice Commander, Cadet lst Sgt. Pate, Adjutant and Finance Officer, Cadet T Sgt. Harper. The membership is organized into the following squadron groupings: Army, Wlaldeck, J., chairman, Navy, Landis, C., chairman, Marines, Joesting, D., chairman, Air Force, Kidwell, P., chairman, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine, Vannini, H., chairman. The fulfillment of the aims of the club is sought through a varied program of activities including everything from cut and dried business meetings to stimulating and informative motion pictures dealing with subjects related to the clubls field of interest. lst row, left to riglzl: Owens. A.. Joyce. D.. Koons. A.. Randle. D.. Tournay, D. 2nrl row, left to right: Esposito, T., Landis. C.. Yandergrift. K.. Conxalcz. C.. Yarc. H.. McCoy. H.. Alniand. E.. Rasbcrry, R.. Klillcr. C. dnl row, left I0 riglzt: Corletlo. L., Bowles. R.. Cotter. P.. Artil. H., Ayers. .-X.. Pate. ll.. Patton. K., Harper, J., Arias, R.. Landis, XV., Vannini, H., Stephenson, Nl. 4th row, left to riglll: Scltuylcr. T.. Raffaelc. J., lzac, F., llvll, D.. Waddell, W., Jocsting, D., Captain Willialiis fFlll'Illl'V Aflzfiscrl, Bulfer. .l.. Jaeger. R., Bongiorno. D., Ycronica. A. .illz row, left to riglit: Nlorgan. D.. lxltjcillllllll. J.. fNlcNlonagle. l... ftxadikian. ll.. Kidwt-Il. P.. Hartman. J.. Wald:-ck. J.. Slew-ns. D., Skinnell. H.. Jaycobs. R.. Adamson. J.. Hayes. J. lllil .URDER OF DelVIOL Y The DelVlolay is an international fellowship of young men between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one. It has for its purpose the teachings of clean and upright living. It places special emphasis on love of Cod, love of home, and love of country. The DelVlolay was organized in 1919 by a group of nine boys and since that time it has grown in number to more than a million and one-half. This organization is not afliliated with the Masonic lnstitution and does not promise future membership in Freemasonry. Each year they hold a State DelVlolay Conclave and every chapter in Virginia sends a representative group to attend the meetings. Special emphasis is given to athletic contests and social functions. The chapter in Fork Union was organized in l947 and the memhers enjoyed the fellow- ship and activities of the DelVlolay to the fullest. The Chapter here is growing and it is the wish and hope of every member to make the Fork Union Chapter one of the outstanding chapters in the State of Virginia. This year the Fork Union Chapter is holding weekly meetings and the following Faculty meet with them from time to time, Col. Crockett, Major Howell, Major Ransome, and Dr. Yeatman. Seated, left to right: Chain, J., Walsh, J. R., Wagfslaff, W.. Cruwell, W., Alexander, F., Walsh. J. W., McQuain, R., Dennis. R., Lennon, C.. Haring, C.. Elliott, L. Staruling, left to right: Dorsett, H., Parham, H., Ward, C., White, R., Reed, D., Bradshaw, U.. Rollins. T., Colonel Crockett fFlll'lllfj' Arlzfiserj, Waugh, D., Mayo, W., Bergman, D., Svensen, L., Gohbett, E., Morals-s, R., Cullvr, L., Gardner, H. 129 FLYING CL B The Civil Aeronautics Administration has provided this organization with most of the films that have been shown this year. We were able to see every practical side of aeronautics in our Wednesday night meetings. Some of the more thrilling films were on such subjects as: jet propul- sion, acrobatics, landings, take offs, and World War ll. This year we took a field trip to Langley Field on Armed Forces Day, May 19th. This was a most enjoyable day, because most of the air base was open for inspection and the air show in the afternoon gave all of us a big thrill. Some club members are receiving flight instruction here at the Fork Union uEdgerton77 Airport. Many of the cadets have soloed and others have already received their private pilot's license. Although flight instruction is not an integrated part of the academy schedule it is available and We are taking the opportunity that is offered to us. i K , - Ist row, left to right: Cutchin, L., Reed, N., Woodyard, C. 2nd row, left to right: Kidwell, A., Jones, C. B., Putney, C., Stuart, G., Ramos, R., Moncada, H., Rodriguez, J., Pita, A., Hendrick, R., Snee, H., Howard, W., Winn, R., Captain Wilmot tlfacufty Adviserf. 3rd row, left to right: Dinerman, A., Dawson, E., Bolton, R., Hopson, Van Hassel, A., Moffett, W., Uzzell. VV., Smith, M. B., Bloom, H., Rand, L., Price, D., Richards, F., Roark Knox, R., Brinson, M., Bryan, C., Lee, D. B., v B-v 130 PHUTOGR PHY CL B The Photograpliy Club of the sf-hool year 1950-51 was composed of thirteen cadets. The Club President was Cadet Peterson, B.. and Cadet Mallard was our Secretary-'llreasur0r. The Club with the aid of their helpful and watchful leader. Captain Sylvester C. Whiton. has sec-ured a darkroom on the first Hoor of Company A wlic-re they dex elop their own pit-tures and try experiments in triek photography. The Club plans to sponsor a Photography Contest this spring for the Cadet Corps and it should he a big sueeess sinee it will he something new here at the Academy. The Club also plans to take at least one trip in whivh they will try a hand in sm-enie photography. ln fron! of group: Hamilton. R. Ist row, left to riglzl: Krebs, F.. Craft, J., Goldstein, W., Sprousv. VV., Mallard, F. 2I1rl row, left I0 riglzf: Kirknian. T.. Peterson. H.. Pall. R.. Cole-, H.. Lee. R.. Oyler, J. 3r1l row, left Io riglzt: Captain Whiton llfuezzlty Aflriserl, Knight. R. 131 HOBBY CL B The Hobby Club was organized to take care of the extensive interest shown by a number of the members ofthe Cadet Corp. Designed primarily to develop hobbies of worth while interest, and with emphasis toward carry over value into later life. A great deal of diversity of interest has been expressed in the club, namely. drawing, stone collecting. construetion of airplane. boat, railroad and ear models. The meetings are taken up with the discussion of various types of hobbies, instructions are given by elub members, and solutions by the group encountered by individual members. The club directs its aetivities toward the end of the school year, at which time awards are made to eaeh Cadet making the greatest eontribution and improvement in their individual hobbies. Scrzlerl, left to riglzf: Young, R., Mier, A., Burger. D., Cillings, R., Kruse. H.. Wt-nglare, W.. May, M., Hubbard, J., Call. N., Pulley, D.. Kuhta. J., Smith. J. D.. Sattelmaier, T.. Brooks, MN Leslie, J.. Armstrong. J., Zayas, H., Hawthorne. L. Slrznrling, left Io right: Minor. NV.. Snow. ll.. Yates. G., Willson, L., Wvinzurk, YY.. Captain Rose fFllf'IlfI,V Aflviserl, Jones. J. W., Tanner, YV., Bristow. C.. Bowman. E., Lane, E. 132 DBAMATIC CL B The Dramatic Club of the Academy seeks to further the interest of the potential HBarrymores'7 and MO'Neillsw on campus. Each Wednesday' evening the club members meet to present original skits or scenes. Most memorable were those written by Cadets Spivack and Sardo based from life experi- ences in New York. ln the absence of the skits the club listens to professional plays on record, or had panel discussions on the current theatre season. At Christmas time the club worked with the Clee Club in presenting a combined ellort, THE ANNUNCIATION, correlating music and the drama. All interested actors were cast in the Biblical roles, those whose interests were in the technical side of the theatre took over the jobs in sounds, lights and make-up. Each member satisfied his own particular interest. Several noted persons in the fields of drama and radio talked to the club members on careers in their respective Helds. Under the sponsorship of Captain Bray and Captain Whitmfoinb, the Dramatic Club has Hbroken the icew to a greater interest in drama on Campus. lst row, left to right: Houghton. S., Tornslrom. J., Sardo, F.. Sprouse, F., Bottcher, R., Bostonian, J., Douglas, W., Shutt. T., Sitton, R. 2nd row, left to right: Dano. C.. Theobald, C.. Adams, J., Lewis, R., Spivack, L., Waddell, R., Guest. R., Flores, M., Baldwin, T., Dohyns, L. 3rd row, left to right: Billups, M., Croxton, T., Childs, A., Stewart, R., Schmidt, W., Willis, R., Smith, R. M., Patterson, N., Smith, R. S. 4th row, left to right: Woods, W., Fordham, J., Detwiler, E., Weaver, E., Yoos, F., Captain Bray lFaculty Adviserl, Deen, F., Collins, J., Pisano, A., Postlelhwait, R. 133 KAYDET URCHESTR Left to right: Recd. ll.. Sluarl. Cl.. ,l0llH501l. W., Sams. ll.. Wamlcln-ll. R., Collin-r. S.. l-luring. C. flmrizier Alu ell, R. fAl'f'!llIIlJIll1lSfj. jarrell, J. Sandulli. J. President of Athenian Literary Society President of Cir-eronian Literary Society Pulley, D. Floyil. L. President of Hobby Club President of Flying Club ROBERT E. JONES FRED ll. Y005 H. K.-XY PNTTON Presizlelzl of the Ojfcvrsl lflub Pf6Sfllt'lIf0.fIIN'DT!III1llfl.l'.Sf,'IIl1l COIIIIIIIIIZFIFF of the Wuriontll Defense Club ROBERT E. EX i5RE'I"l' JOHN YY. YY-XLSH FRED YV. -XLEXNNDER l'f6.S'fIfl'lII nf the Clee Klub ,Uusler f.'lIlllICf!0I' of the Urfler of lhiwofrly PfF.9l'lIf'lIf ull ilu' .Yorz-ffnnzs Club BEDFORD F. PETERSON CHARLES W. LENNON HOWARD A. REFER l'rr'si11enr of the Photognzplzy Club President of the B. S. U. Council President of the Modeling Club 135 THE MAPLES ?H s E qi- ': N. of the Home 1951 BASKETBALL TEAM CAPTAIN EDGERTON AND THE FUMA BAND 137 1951 SENIORS fcontinuedj WILLIAM BRUCE ROBBINS 107 North 3rd Avenue HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA '50-'51 Privateg Intramural Sports. fuly Graduate POST GRADUATES fcontinuedl .I. R. JOHNSON 2221 Major Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee S. S. LABUS 400 Avery Avenue Syracuse, New York A. C. MCGINNIS 937 Marion Street Knoxville, Tennessee A. IVI. SANTORA 11 2nd Street Port Reading, New Jersey T. S. SHUTT, JR. . Q 610 South Main Street Emporia, Virginia 138 AA S 8 ,I f 477' 44 ' H' Q f EZ: ig. -- ' an , '."Wh 1 1 if I JUNIUR SCHOOL FOREWORD The purpose of Fork Union Military Academy Junior School is to educate boys. It is not a simple process because a boy is by no means a simple, amebic creation. He is, in all probability, Godls most complex and unpredictable creation. His education cannot be reduced to a process of developing his body, mind and spirit because one cannot divide a boy into three separate parts, each of which can be educated at a different time of day. The many and complex parts of a boy are inseparable, and these parts or facets act and react upon each other. Anyone who chooses as his lifels work the education of boys must bear in mind at all times the complexity and unpredictability of the being he is teaching. He must anticipate above all that there will be many more heartaches than joys in his work. But nothing - nothing - is so soul-satisfying as the smile from a silent boy who is trying to say: Ml recognize that l am a bigger and better boy than l was a few months ago, and l appreciate what you have done for mef' CO TE TS Buildings 142-143 Headmaster 14-4 Commandant 145 Faculty and Staff 146 Academic 151 Military 159 Athletics 167 Activities 173 DEDIC T10 W AF if ll1X,lUll HANK lil A-X. HgXN50Xlj. JR. This lmook is clemlivatecl to Major Harvey K. llansone. ,I r.. Connnanclant of the junior School. For the past fire years Major Ransom' has given lllIl'PSl'l'Yt'Cllj of his time antl effort that the liws of the lvoxs in the junior School might he more j1roclut'tix'c and inorv pleasant. l At all times Major Hanson? has tried to instill in the lvoys a spirit of decency and fair play, ant to teach tho values of cooperation and industry. Major llansone's clnties are many. ranging from insuring c-leanlint-ss in the harracks to the tvach- ing of clrill tm-hniques on the paraflv grouncl. All his clutivs Major Ransone has pvrformed with skill, pP1'severam-0 and enthusiasm. The stuff of the Junior School anfl the nwmlwrs of the Corps will always ln- inclelwtecl to Nlajoi Hanson? for the serxice he has renclerccl. .f"x0M,f I 13" . W T fix! I ,ya I fi w-.ff-""' WW I ai-I nlmi nm D421 m I5 x. ,162 -!,.,+'m "Dig 7- - My NND, WM, M , A , . U ll ACADEMIC and ADMINISTRATION BUILDING A' 'QR was 1 , '-.., fxxg 'G I' 5551 ffe n 1?ii:1:1 53 rl CADET BARRACKS HEADMASTER MAJOR PHILIP S. COX, B.A. MMANDANT R HARVEY A. RANSONE, Jr., O.R.C. FACULTY CAPT. RALPH E. MAHAN CAPT. THOMAS S. GLASS CAPT. EMMETT J. MITCHELL B.S. BA., M.A. BA. INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR PHYSICAL TRAINING DIRECTOR TACTICAL OFFICER ATIILETIC DIRECTOR TACTICAL OFFICER TACTICAL OFFICER CAPT. JOHN H. CAREER MRS. JOHN H. CAREER BA., M.A. SECRETARY TO IIEADMASTER INSTRUCTOR AND COMMANDANT TACTICAL OFFICER 146 FACULTY MRS. BERNICE N. STANLEY MRS. FLORENCE P. GRIFFIN MRS. HARVEY A. RANSONE INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR MISS ELSIE OMOHLNDRO MRS. ELLA R. PERKINS MISS JEAN L. WOOD INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR 147 STAFF MRS. WARREN LEE MRS. LEE H. MEDLIN MISS ANNA B. MEEK LIBRARIAN HOUSEMOTHER IIOFSICMOTHER MRS. RUTH H. JOYNER MRS. ANNIE B. CAUDLE MRS. MATTIE C. MINTER HOUSEMOTHER HOUSEMOTHER HOUSEMOTHER 84 SEAMSTRESS 148 MEMORY UF Miss Qfmma . Math teh Qugust 13, 1950 The untiinely death of Bliss lleard was a shock to all who knew her: a long and loyal association with the 8CilflPIllf has earnvcl her an lnmorecl place arming the many othvrs who have served so faithfully. 149 as 2 H I Top Row, Left I0 Right: Cadet Graves at Presbyterian Churchg Baz. D., in position to get a good pietureg Model Cadetg Major Cox inspects. Second Row: Cadet Graves and inotherg Cadet Cresch looking meang First day at F. U. M. A.g A nice Christmas present. Third Row: CPD. Zeitluss and his lioysg Cadet Veronica with two Upper School comradsg Messing aroundg Forming For Mess ll. Fourth Row: Vlfell QQl'U0l1l6Cl eadetg Our Headniaster, Major Coxg Lostg Cadet Garnett ready to go on leave. ACADE IC 'f' M' ' W W 114 A :'i9Wk'5"3Ff4si?Efilf: I ' - .M L 233 , WMM .. 1 mi'-vfmwlw--b-MWMM - A 2,-if ve '. 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'SBR Co. Football Team, Basketball Team, Modeling Club, Chess Club, Baseball Team, NCO Club. W. G. BURTON Derwood, Md. lst. Lt. HB" Co. Modeling Club, Pres., Foot- ball Team, Rifle Team, Hiking Club. S. W. BUTLER, JR. E. L. CARPENTER .l. CHERNOCK Richmond, Va. Washington, D. C. Baltimore, Md. 2nd. Lt. UBB Co. M!Sgl. MB" Co. Pvt. "A" Co. Basketball Team, Baseball Rifle Team, Honor Commit- Football Team, Basketball Team, Oflicers Club. lee, Woodworking Club, Ti-am, Hiking Club, Honor Band. Committee. L. L. DAYMUDE Kensington, Md. SlSgl. HA" Co. Football Team, Basketball Team, Baseball Team, NCO Club, Rifle Team, Wood- working Club, He-admaster's List. J. DRISCOLL L. F. FIFER M. W. FIFER R. L. FRASER, 111 New York, N. Y. Cape Haitien, Haiti Cape Haitien, Haiti Lee Hail, Va. lVIiSgt. HB" Co. Plc. HB" Co. Pfc. "A" Co. Pvt. "B" Co. Modeling Club, Band. Woodworking Club, Rifle Woodworking Club, Rifle Camera Club, Pres., Rifle Team, Hiking Club. Team. Team, Hiking Club. 152 Junior School lass of 19l W. T. GILLESPIE R. B. GRAYFS A. J. GRAY, JR. G. C. GRESCH Hilton Village, Va. .ll!1l'l8II10l1l, Ohio livllnzore, L. I., JY. Y. Clevelanrl, Olzio Pvt. 45-X" Co. Pvt. MA" Co. Cpl. "A" Co. Capt. HV' Co. Rifle- Tvam. Woodworking Camera Club. Sec.-Treas., Cant:-ra Club, Rifle Tt-ann, Bayonet Staff, Football Club. Honor Connnittt-c. Rifle Tcatn, Clit-ss Club. NCU Club. Te-am, Officers Club. Head- llantl. inasteris List. F. X. C. HASTRl'l'. JR. R. fl. ll0lCll 5. lQB.-XL J. K. .l.XRRlil.l. Sarzturfe, l'. R. W,llSl1l'IIgltPIl, ll. lf. flrlington, llll. Ll1lx'PlL'UUtl, Ultio Capt. S'l'.-XFF Capt. "Cv Co. l'wt. SEX" Co. Capt. STAFF llayonvt Staff, Clivss Club. llayonet Stall. Utlicvrs Club. Caint-ra Club, Rifle Tc,-ani. llayonet Stall. Clit-as Club, Ulliw-x's Club. H1-atlntaslt-ris Cliess Club, Honor Roll. NCO Club, Ullifw-rs Club. Honor Roll. List. llaskotball Tcant. C. ll. MEEK. JR. F. N. MOOIJY R. E. PARDLE Y. H. PgXT'l'FR5OX. JR. Xorfollf, lvll. .x6IL'1IUfl .Nf'll'S. lla. .Yorjolln lill. Stlllltll Boston, ln. Cpl. 'ZX' Co. Sgt. "ll" Co. Zntl. l.l. Co. l'xt, Co. lluyont-l Staff. Ril'lt: T1-ant, Football T1-uni. llaskctball lluyonvt Stall. Oflit'e1sClt1l1. Ritlt- Twain. Wootlxsorking NCO Club. Team, llasvlmall Tt-am. NCO Honor Roll. Football Tt-ani. Club. Club. Wiootlworlxing Club. llgr.. llasketball Twain. lllotlt-ling Club. l53 unior School Class of l9 l W. S. PEARSON, JR. Baltimore, Md. TfSgt. MAN Co. Rifle Team, Softball Team, R. R. PORTER, JR. Portsmouth, VII. Pvt. HBH Co. Modeling Club. Bayonet Staff, Honor Com- mittee, Baseball Team. R. M. RUTZ Sanluree, P. R. Major STAFF Football Team, Basketball Team, Baseball Team, Chess Club, Rifle Team, Officers Club, Headmasteris List. J. C. SCOTT, HI Fredericksburg, Va. Pfc. NAU C0, Camera Club, Rifle Team, Hiking Club, Baseball Team. D. F. SHEPPARD Lonton, Va. Cpl. LLA7, Co. Rifle Team, Wloodworking Club, NCO Club. HONOR ROLL ST BLANTON BOYD HOUCH JARRELL KNIGHT PARDUE J. W. TEMPEST, JR. Wildwood, N. J. Capt. MB" Co. Bayonet Staff, W'oodworking Club, Football Team, Ofti- cers Club, Rifle Team. Chess Club, Modeling Club, Honor Roll. UDENTS STEVENS TATUM TEMPEST, J. TTLLERY TRICE, S. 15 W. V. WHITE, JR. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. lst. Lt. COLORS H. E. ZAROR Parma, Ohio Pvt. "Aw Co. Rifle Team, Camera Club, Rifle Team, Hiking Club, Basketball Team, Mgr., Bn Mess Officer, Color Cuarrl. Modeling Club. HEADMASTEIVS LIST STUDENTS ARVANIS, C. RACoN -HAZ, D. HAZ, M. BO UsMAN CUNDUEE CURRY DAYMUDE, L. DUNCAN FLETCHER CRESCH 4 HA MLIN HASTRUP IQBAL, W. LEVY PERKINS PETERS REIFF VALLEI VERONICA WELCH, J. Sixth Grade BARBER BAZ, BI. BLUNT BOUSBIAN BRISTOW BRITTAIN BURTON, J. CLATTERBUCK CRABTREE DeCARAY, J. DERRICK IDLNKIIBI GODDIN HALL, C. HOWARD IQBAL, W. KAIM KELLE KNIGHT NIIRBIAN PETERS SHULER SMITH, L. R. SPRATLEY SUCH TODD WELCH, J. WILSON WINFREE WOLF WRIGHT ZEITFUSS, W. Fifth rade ARAVANIS. T. CLINE DAYMUDE, C. DCCARAY, li. ELLIOTT GARIYETT GORE HAMLIN HARRISON LEYY XIALLIS MORRIS PEXRIIE PRELL ROBBINS SMITH. L. E. STEX ENS TATUNI TILLERY TRAVIS TRICE. S. X ERONICPX ISS Fourth rade kv-wr' ARAVANIS, G. BISHOP BOYD CARRERA CUNDIFF CURRY DECK FLETCHER HALL, D. HELM HOLLAND HOLLOWAY MOBLEY PERKINS SMITH. R. TEMPEST. B. TRICE, F. YOUNG Third Grade BACON RAZ, D. DUCKWORTH FRIES KOPP LANE MCLAUGHLIN MARGOLIES, M, REED REIFF WEBB. C. WEBB, T. WELCH, W. WILLIAMSON 156 First and Second rades '11 New im ...suv AIEADI IMIMKEX IEASNIIZIIT DINIIAN ICNGEL GIBSON NIvNEAL KIAHGOLIES, J NICHOLAS RICNIO SIMBIS STONE STRICKLER TATE YALLEI WALSH. J. XYQXLZL WI LITY ZEITFLSS. NI. .J 2, Ny JUNIOR SCHOOL CLASS ROOM BUILDING 157 3 K i, .. Ni 3 l , ii 7'-53" hikes . I ,, V '- -M, ,sw . . if nf ls 'fs' J' Q, 55, vs A i + t if Q " 1. rw' I H11 L rf if A 5 Mijf I 4 Al y F Top Row, Lefl to Right: Mr. Shuler gets fresh sheetsg Two cadets returning from PX. Second Row: Inspecting the niegaphonez Some interesting poses: Ready for inspection. Third Row: Taking it easyg Two classmatesg Cadet Trice shows how every L. S. cadet should lookg Cadet Smith poses for a camera enlhusiastg Cadet Gibson gives a perfect salute. F0llI'fllf Row: Cadet Trice explains to his motherg Two scenes of the morning after the snoxs. ILIT RY - ,fx X Q. Q . ,fr yv in , ,,. mi Mfr." if ", slr f A V45 iw V ,, f . .mv ,f 3 ,ML "ff wgf-'f 159 B TT L10 T FF a X J. B. BLANTON, JR. J. K. JARRELL F. A. C. HASTRUP arlet Captain and Battalion, Adjutant Carle! Captain. and Carle! Captain and Battalion Assl. Battalion Comzlr. Supply Ojfcer R. M. RUIZ Caller Major and Baltaliolz Commanfler 160 COLORS F. J. CARRERA W. V. VVHITIQ. JN. YV. H. KNIGHT L. A. YIQHUYICA Color Sergeant Color Lf6llN.'l1tllIf Calor I,l.UllfCN!IlII Color St'I',Q'l'llI1f 161 AN MEEK,C.B. WINFREE, F. E. DUNKUM, D. A. BURT0N,J.E. BARBER, W. B. Drum Maja:- CARPENTER, E. L. ZEITFUSS, W. GODDIN, G. W. GILLESPIE, W. T. 162 WHITE, W. V. Bam! Commander CARRERA, F. J. DRISCOLL, J. CLINE, J. JW. NAM CO PANY SECOND PLATOON MfSgts. HOWARD, C. Privates DAYMUDE. G. MEEK, C. MJRMAN, R. SHEPPARD, D. RRLL, W. FRASER, R. Tf5g,, RSCPQTQR- ROUSMAN. R. GJLLESPJE. W. PEARSON, W. I A BRISTOW. A. GRAVES, R. Sfggt, QEFR L CHERNOCK, J. JQRAL. S. SMJTH, L. R. MFER7 xi CLATTERBUCK. F. SMITH, L. Cafpomzs pATTE1gS5Nv Y' QRARTREE. S. SRRATLEY, E. GRAY, J. SCOTT, J. DUNKUBI. D. ZAROR. H. :?:- . G. G. GRESCH E. A. TODD R. E. PARDUE J. E. BURTON, JR. Captain 1!Sgt. 21111. Lieut. Ist. Lieut. COMPANY COMMANDER PLATOON LEADI-Ill PLATOOX LEAD!-LR 163 44 9' CO PAN FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON M!Sgts. NIOBLEY, T. Privates DRISCOLL, J. ARAVANIS, P. KELLE, C. MOODY7 F, V CURRY, H. MORRIS, D. Cvfpomfs DECK. A. PORTER. R. BARBER, W. GODDIN, C. PRELL. A. Tf-ggi BLUNT, A. CORE, E. ROBBINS, M. HALL, C. CLINE, J. HALL, D. SUCH, M. Ds-GARAY, J. HAMLIN, W. WELCH. W. GARNETT, J. HARRISON, T. WILSON. C. Sfsgfs- TILLERY. J. IQBAL, W. WOLF, F. BAZ, D. WELCH, J. KAIM, E. ZEITFUSS, W Q WINFREE, F. Rb J. W. TEMPEST, JR. W. G. BURTON S. W. BUTLER, JR. A. H. BROCK Captain Ist. Lieut. Zml. Lieut. 1fSg1. CONIPANX COM MAYDICK PL ATOON LEADER PLATOON LEADER cc 99 FIRST PLATOON C OM AN QTHIRD PLATOON ON NEXT PAGE! SECOND PLATOON MfSgls. LANE. D. IJIJCKWORTH, F SIMMS, C. DAYMUDE, C. NICHOLAS. P. ENGEL, L. STEVENS. D. CARPENTER, E. PERKINS. F. FLETCHER, A. STRICKLER. M. TfSgt. REED. J. FRIES. D. TATE, L. HOLLOVVAY, E. REIFF. J. GIBSON. S. TRAVIS. L. SfSgts. TEMPEST. R. HELM. G. TRICE. F. BOYD, J. YALLEE, HOLLAND, E. WALZL, F. DUNCAN, W. WALSH, J. MCLAUGHLIN, J. WEBB, C. SMITH, R. Privates MCNEAL, B. WEBB, T. Corporals ABADI, J. MARGOLIES, J. WILEY, P. BAZ, D. ARAVANIS, G. MARCOLIES, M. WILLIAINTSON, R BISHOP, R. BACON. R. PETERS, R. YOUNG, S. CUNDIFF. C. BARAKEY, B. REMO, F. ZEITFUSS. M. KOPP, D. DeGARAY, E. SHULER, R. R. A. HOUCH H. L. BRITTAIN A. C. DERRICK J. K. JARRELL D. L. WRIGHT Captain lst. Lieut. 2nd. Lieut. Spec. Assign. 1fSgt. COMPANY COMMANDER PLATOON LEADER PLATOON LEADER THIRD PLATOON 'GCN COMPANY Wi go WV iw? Q SX 4 9 X M S9 ATHLETICS I 5 . S. FOOTB LL lst Row: Slluler, R., Bell, W., Daynuulc, L., Such. M., Du-rrick, A., Brock, A. 21111 Row Lrablree 5 Moody E., Burton. W., Tempest, J., Hall, C., Bristow, A., liritlain. 3r1l Row: Mirman, H., Creech L, Cherx ck .l Parson, W., Blanton, J. Not in piriure: Burton. J., Ruiz. R., Tmlml. E., Clattvrbuck. F. Wlu f1 mr Wo Capt. Glass Klfoachl. 1950 SCHEDULE 0 FUMA ........ ....... ................. L A NE HIGH 36 FUMA ....... .. FORT LEE 21 FUMA ........ LANE HIGH 16 FUVIA .,......................... . FORT LEE FUMAiCANCELLED .. ,, KIMBRIDGE FLMA TOTAL-73 OPPONENTS TOTAL 168 M ,,'. :'.: Jr :Q 5, .f it .. A QT . t 1' " fs.. IJ . ik Q g 7 .5 ..,, 4 1 , , A ' , f ' 1, . g . .1 NY MOODY, F. N. HALL, C. 0. Fullback Quarterback BLANTON, J. U. DAYMUDE, L. L. Left End Right Emi TEMPEST, J. W. PEARSON. W. S. Left Guard Left Tackle PARDUE, E. R. Manager BROCK. A. H. Left Halfhack MIRMAN, R. D. Guard GRESCH, G. G. Right Tackle DERRICK, A. C Right Haljback BRISTOW, A. P Right Guard CHERNOCK, J. Center Linder the spendid direction of Captain Glass the Junior School Football Team had a most sue cessful season. From the scores on the preceeding page we can see that all games were won by a good margin with the exception of our first game with Lane Highg this was just a had day for the boys. 169 S. BASKETBALL ....,...,...BUCKINGHAM, J. V. ,FLUVANNA .IUNIOR HIGH ..,....HARGRAVE MIL. ACD. ...........BUCKINGHAIVI, J. V. ,FORT LEE JUNIOR HIGH FLUVANNA JUNIOR HIGH HARGRAVE MIL. ACD. O 1950 SCHEDULE 32 FUIVIA ..,.,..., 36 FUMA . ....., . ,.,.. .. 34 FUIVIA ....,..,. 36 FUIVIA .,....... 56 FUIVIA ..,..,,., 37 FUIVIA .,,.,.... ...,..,. 24 FIIIVIA ......., 42 FUIVIA ...,........ FUIVIA TOTALf297 .FORT LEE JUNIOR HIGH OPPONENTS TOTAL I I st Row: Brock. A.g Daymude-. L.g Burton. ,I.g Bull:-r. S.: Hourly. F.g Hough, R. 21111 Row: Palcum Cam ofld. ClIPI'1IOCk, J.: I'IaII. C.: Ruiz. R.g Capl. Glass flfarzcllj. I T0 TODD. E. A. RUIZ7 R, M, Forward Guard HALL, C. O. PARIJUE. E. R. Forward Guard CHERNOCK. J. WHITE, W. Y. Center .'Vlc1n11ge'r Captain Class' basketball team also did very well, but, unfortunately was defeated once in an overtime period by a not better team. just a luckier team. SOME OF THE BOYS IN ACTION 171 .S.B EB LL K Cl1t?I'IlOl'k. J.: Burton. J.: Hull. C.: Hoody. F.: Curnvll. J.: Tjilyllllltlli L.: Ruiz. R.: Bull:-r. S.: lirislmv, A.: Crab- I lrve. S.: lzmlllv, H.: lhmek. A. 'l'mlnl. S. and Kliflllllll, ll., Ugrs. HIKING GRO Each Tll63SdLIy or Tfzzzrsriay a group of carfels go on a hike. This group is supervised by Caplafn Milchell llze Physical Tl'fIl'lII.IIg' Director. 172 ACTIVITIES E C DET OFFICERS CL B Tempest. J., Pardue, H., Hastrup, F., Blanton, J., Ruiz. R., Cresch, C., Knight, YV., Jarrvll, J., Butler, S., Burton, J., Brillain, H., Derrick, A., Burton, W., White-, W., Hough, R. o Co Oo S 'Q Pearson, VV.: Mirman. R., llarher. W., Wright, D., Rlunt. A., Welvh. J., Uaymufle, C., Moody, F., Daymudv, l.., Carpvnlvr. lf., Moblc-y, T., Sllvppalxl. D., Creiy, J., lqhal. S., Meek. C.: Carnelt, J., Tricv. S.: Howard, C., xvl'I'0llli'l1. L., Cahrvra. F., Royfl. J.: Smilh. L. R., Baz. Nl.: Smith. R. YY., Driscoll. J., Perkins. F.: Nicholas. P., R6iH, J.: Holloway. Lane, D., Kopp. ll., Wvalsh. J.: 111-llaray. J., Helm. C. 174 CHI NS CLl I3 D1-l laray. Smith. L. llunkum. Hmlgll. Kuim. llurnvlt Hull. lluiz. tx OI I' N lux. 'MIIKIVSLPI' QR BS? MODELING CLUB MORLEY. T. TRICE, HOYVARIJ, C. RLIINT, TRICE.J. CLATTERISIICK WILSON. C. IIROCK. PIERCE. R. III.-XNTON. TEMPEST. .I. RRISTOW. PARDUE, H. RIIRTON. W. CARRERA. F. ISIFRTON. .I. CURRY, XV. IJRISCIOLL. J. RRITT.-XIN, H. RELL. VI". PERKINS. I". PORTER. R. YVOLI7, If. :XR.fXYANlS. G. C.-XI'TJXIN I. H. ll.-XRIIER Arfrisor RIFLE TEAM FIFER, M. PATTERSON. X SHEPPARD, IJ. GRAVES. R DERRICK, A. BRITTAIN. H VERONICA, L. IQBAL, S. MEEK. C. ROUSIVIAN, R TATUM. R. TEMPEST. .I FRASER, R. SCOTT .I ARAYANIS. T. KAIM. E. ZEITFUSS. M. TILLERY. .I RURTON. J. GILLESPIE, W BARBER, W. WHITE, W DAYMUDE, L. TRICE. T SUCH, M. CARPENTER. E GQXRNETT, J. RIIIZ. R MAJOR H. A. RANSONE Arlvisor WOODWORKING CLUB SI-IEPPARD. IJ. MOOIJY, GILLESPIE. W. MALLIS. KLEIN, I. PATTERSON. BURTON. .I. HOLLOWAY. SUCH. M. BARBER. IVIFER. M. CARPENTER, VEMPEST. .I. DERRICK. ZEITITIQSS. NI. ROBBINS. SPR XTLEN. E. TENIPEST. TILLERY, .I. KNIGHT, IMYNIUDE. L. TATIJNI. IMT BIUDE. C. YERONICVX. XI.-UOR II. A. RANSONIC .f1rl1'is01' F R X, E W E -X NI II W R L AUTUGRAPHS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The 1951 Skirmisher was published after many weeks and months of hard work on the part of many loyal friends and supporters of a fine yearbook. We wish to thank Mr. lrvin 1. Silvers of the Garamond Press, our printer, and his fine staff for their many helpful suggestions and aids in getting the Skirmisher off the press in time for the entire Corps of Cadets to enjoy before the close of the term. To our photographer, Mr. Bob Drumwright, we are thankful for his many efforts and cooperation in getting so many fine pictures for our 1951 Skirmisher. Thanks to Colonel Crockett for his fine cooperation in getting our pictures taken on schedule. A special thank you goes to the following: Mrs. Louise Kelly, Mrs. M. Pennington lvins, Mrs. Ellen B. Stevens, and Mrs. Ralph E. Mahan for their helpfulness at all times. Our hats off to our loyal worker Captain Charles Frederick Hoffman for his splendid work on the Junior School part of the Skirmisher. We want to thank the following members of the yearbook staff for their fine work, namely, Christen- sen, E., Clark, H., and Peterson, B. To our friend and adviser Captain H. F. uRick7' Reichenbach we wish to express our whole hearted thanks for helping produce such a fine book year after year. Without the aid of Capt. uRick'7 our task would have been almost too much along with our studies, so we will always be indebted to our true friend in helping us produce what we think is equal to the fine books produced in the past. Q3 A A ROBERT EVERETT JONES SAMUEL Joia WEBB Editor Managing Erlilor A12 2 i Q1 5 D.: .S .S -0, 178 COWPUWHWJ Cast Stone Trim I FORK UNION I SHOE REPAIR SHOP in our Chapel 0 Social Center Building Lower School Dormitory 0 Class Room GEORGE B. ELLINGTON, Ir. I p,,0p1,ieZ0,. Building O New Science Hall 1 Memorial Hall 0 New Library Authorized Dealers and New Gymnasium RADIOS-TUBES l l F1n'nislJed By Electrical Appliances Economy Cast Stone Company Phone 271335 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA FORK UNION, VIRGINIA I phone: 82-2579 l Official Photographer To The Fork Union Military Academy R. K. 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Wade White Props. Satisfactory Service rendered to cadets of FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY "We Aim to Please" KILKARE Laundry - Cleaning - Storage FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA Compliments of a Friend Best Wishes from Barker-Jennings Hardware Corporation LYNCI-IBURG, VA. Wholesale only THE FOUR NOLDE BROTHERS QUALITY BAKERS Richmond, Virginia W. M. BROWN 86 SON 700-06 S. Belvidere Street Prilziers RICHMOND VIRGINIA Study Refreshed Have a Coca-Cola CHARLOTTESVILLE COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, Inc. National Bank and Trust Co. at Charlottesville, Virginia Compliment! of Bullington Paint Co., Inc. 400 East Broad St. RICHMOND, VA. Branches: West End, Scottsville, Fork Union, Compliment: of Palmyra HOLLADAY BROTHERS Member Federal Deposit Insurance Building Material! Cofpofafion GORDONSVILLE, VA. BILL DICK'S GRILL At Entrance to Academy FORK UNION, VA. "We Cater To Cadets" Lunches and Fountain Service KINGAN 86 COMPANY Purueyor of Fine Meats Since 1845 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Academy Pressing Shop "On the Campus" G. R. Edgerton, Prop. RATES: 325.00 flat charge for session Authorized Cleaning Equipment Deodorizer and Steam Presses Harris-Brenaman, Inc. 717 East Grace Street Richmond, Va Athletic Outfitters Agents for A. G, SPALDING id BROS. P. GOLDSMITH SONS Telephone 2-4796 BLALOCK FRUIT Sz PRODUCE Wholesale Fruits and Produce 1320-1322 E. Cary sr. Richmond, va. E. B. WEAVER, Inc. General IVIerchandise DRUGS SUNDRIES SCHOOL SUPPLIES FORK UNION VIRGINIA DRUMS RESTAURANT ACADEMY STUDENT SHOP C. G. Thomas, Prop. Ice Cream Candies Student Supplies Located in the SOCIAL CENTER BUILDING OPEN DAILY School Jewelry, Pennants, Souvenirs Soda Fountain I Sandwiches Fork Union, Virginia General Merchandise I-I. M. BRANSFORD CLASS RINGS SEAL JEWELRY FEED--COAL Sunny South Grocer Stores at FORK UNION. VIRGINIA and COHASSET, VIRGINIA Compliments of THE YOUNG MEN'S SHOP RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Harris, Flippen 25 Company SPORTING GOODS 715 E. Main Street, Richmond. Va. Medals and Trophies Diplomas and Invitations WALTER B. ANDERSON L. G. Balfour Products 41 1 1 Kensington Avenue RICHMOND 21, VIRGINIA The West Virginia Coal Company General Offices: Richmond 6, Virginia P. 0. Box 686 Dial 3-2818 66Headquarters for Best Coa ls 'i Producers and Shippers from mines on the C 8: 0, N 8z W and Virginian Railroads Serving the trade for 35 years The Northern Neck Mutual Fire Association IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA Gives sound protection at less cost Ample Reserves for Emergencies Conservative Management 54 Years of Service IVFIITQ us or one of our agents. CINDER BLOCK COMPANY of Richmond, Inc. Ellen Road and Rosedale Avenue P. 0. Box 5027 Richmond 20, Va. Manufacturers of Cinder Concrete Products Permanent - Fireproof - Economical Cool in Sulllnler-Warlll in Winter Godwin-Holstead Electric Co. CHARLGTTESVILLE, VA. JARMAN PRINTING COMPANY Printers - Publishers - Engravers Telephone 2-9557 916 PRESTON AvENUE CHARLOTTEsvILLE, VIRGINIA OlL'IIf'l1dlIl1 Operaicd by CURTIS L. REYNOLDS . STUART E. POVVERS Electric Wiring El6Ct1'lC Fixtures I E General Insurance O Phone 2656 Hotpoint Appliances FORK UNION, VA. 1951 Pl'Z.l1fI'f1 by ffm Grzmnzmzrl Prz'.s'.9 in BfllfZ'IlZ0l'I? .. .,. ,.1 Wu - M' ' 1 .,., , . , -H - f .- .r- -1 A -:rv f " F' ww. A 4 V 1-, :n ' - -' , - Q- - ',K53,'f'5f'l4f -Q ' , :gif 11- -,, ' 1'-A A, f ' , ' ff... . ' 1. -- ' . ,- -Q '. '-- ., ' , 'nh ' wr ' .- 1,31 -- 4 uvgv ,yu '1 msiffia '1fP'?'!fv-i-'. 'ffgfiaw ,:e'K1 A'l'A f as , '74.,eA. . ' K Lk' "H A 1"E' 1 -' ' N .M.g.v35,.'+ fx, -2 , - Lxfakf , up f ,Aix .u,,:,g" gf, ,f g. .ww -- 0 :- H + ' 'W "6 fy wi' :I 'f -. t 'V ,J L --.,'. ,iw 1, , M , -- - aff , - V -wg,f.g. - if L.,,,w '1 . f':'.i.:' ,D-- , lui sy weve." ' A' K - 1 ' Q' Q . f 5 4 A f Y. V I T mr I 1 U- ,Lt gg,4v-.g5g'?-W- '4.- df , '.?tLcI" , 1 ' . 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