Sweet Briar College - Briar Patch Yearbook (Sweet Briar, VA)

 - Class of 1953

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SWtt I BhIAH COLLEGE 3 2449 0297330 3 i PUBLIC RaATlOMS OFFICE sL»et Briar College I fc " KIA ' I y J ' CLASS OF SWEET BR H f OAUy By THE JUNIO VIRGINIA (P SWEET BRlAf ' j. THe spiRtT ofsweer briar The spirit of Sweet Briar is so much a part of us that we take it for granted, but it is real ; it exists as surely as do friend- ship and integrity, beauty and wisdom, sincerity and a sense of humor. The spirit of Sweet Briar is the seen and the unseen, the spoken and the felt; it is not what makes Sweet Briar a college, it is what makes the college Sweet Briar. It is what makes each of us a part of the same whole, and it is wherever we want to find it: in the dorms or the date house, the class- rooms or the dells, midyears or midwmters. On the pages of this yearbook much of the tangible evi- dence of Sweet Briar ' s spirit is recorded, and this is what can be seen; the other part cannot be put down on paper and does not have to be. The spirit of Sweet Briar is ours — it is for everyone who is truly " born and bred in the Briar Patch. " . 4 i SmStF ' mimmmiiimiiilmiiiiiiMiiiiiiirti n JiI n iiM M rt ii «J VfM AriON ICIl.AXCK is ii stn.ii.u ' word. It is associated with strcnulli and pnitcct ion. with trust and lovahv. On inonnmcnt hill ovcrlookin- ' Sweet Briar is the taniiliar symhol of vi ' i- laiice in the statue of tile Williams laniily an-d. On the eampus ilself there is another symhol of vigilance. In sixteen years our night watehniaii has herome a w.dl-loved part ol Sweet P.i ' iar: a i)art that is associated with streiieth and lineni ' ss. Because he has given us protection and security, heeause of his unceasing service and loyalty to the college and Ins inteivst in and friendship toward us. and heeause he. too. knows and shares the sjiirit of Sweet Briar, we. the junior class, dedicate the l!». " );i Bkiak Patch to Mr. Charles Uandolph Caldwell. • mm ► ' e -■ - fi ' y V- r - l Sb? % -. !a- mmm a a llMMItMiHlltlMllliHtlMlirf- BKUti iaittMti-. tJ N IST Mrt iVrtitHiiirr " " ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' • iU. ; .... «yi |ilil iniMlllllllinilMIIIMMm— lioAi. ' i) OK i)ii;i-:( T(ii;s AKciiiii-M.ii (i. Ii( isi;i!TS()x. A.. .. I ' rrsiihiil liicliinond. Vii ' jrinia Dabxky S. La. ( asthk. LL.I).. ' iir-l ' rrsi,lriil Fiinin illc. Virfrinia Sara .SHAi.i.i:Ni!?;i{(iEK Biiown. A.1 ' Ilanods { ' ipek. Kentucky Edward Jexkixs ■ . . M ilhvood. Vir riuia Rowland Lka V rricola. Vii- :iiiia ( ' . Raine Pettyjohn, M.V. Lymlilmri;. Virjiiriia W. (tERHArd SuiiLixfi Ijyn(lil)nrir. ' irfrinia KXKcrTIVK (OMMITTKH Mi;. Sill i.im:. r ,n ' r ( , 1 ii;. l.wi -.ri:i;. Mil. Lka I ' .oAl. ' l) OF oVEi;sKi.;i;s Akiiiihai.ii (;. K ' diiEinsoN, I ' rcsiilnil liiililimnd. ' ir-iniil Ti-ni, Expires 1!I54 EUCJKMA HuKFINtiTiiN W l.( n|T. . .l ' . Tvroil. Xortll CaVdlillil 1!)55 Thomas C. Bousiiai.i,, A.H Kiclnnond. Virj,nnia Meta Glass, Pii.l).. T.itt.I).. EI..I .. D.C.I Cliailottesvilli ' . Virjrinia ]i)56 Mary Huntixgtox Harrison, . .I ' Cinciiuiati. Ohio Connie M. Guion, M.D.. D.Sc New York City lltoT Alma Martin Rotxe.m, A.B I ' rinccton. New Jersey John S. Zinsser, M.A I ' liiliidclpliia. I ' lMinsylvaiiia li)58 Adrian M. Massie, B.A I. ' yr. . , v York Charles H. Murciilsox. LL.B laik.MJnvillc. Florida The Right Reverexd Richard S. Watson, LL.B..H.1).. D.I) Salt Lake City. T ' tali Anne Paxxell, e.r-officio, Presidenl of flie College (Members of the Board of Directors are also members of the Board of Overseers.) Rowland Lka A. ricola. ' ir;;iiiia Secretary of the Board of Directors and of the Board of Ch-erscers. THE EXECUTIVE OFFKEKS AxxE Gary Pannell, D.Phil. ( Oxox ) Prexitlrnl Meta Glass, Ph.D., Litt.D., LL.D.. i ).C.L rirxidcnl Einerilm Mary J. Pearl, Ph.D Denn Jean Louise Williams. A.il Asxistmil Denn Bernice Drake Lill, A.M Dirrdor of Admissions Jeanette Boone, A.B Recorder M. SCHAX ' t D. AVornom, A.B Assislmil o the I ' rrsideiil : Treasurer THE FACULTY .Xxxii Gary I ' axx ' kll I ' rcsiili ' iil A.B., Barnard College; D.l ' hil., (Oxdn.i : LL.D.. University of Alalinnia. Mary J. Peari Dean mid Professor of Greel ' mid Lnlin B.A., I ' niversitv of Toronto; A.M.. I ' h.l).. Iniversitv of Michigan. .losi ' -.i ' ii Iv I ' ai:ki:i; I ' nifi ' ssdi- af Uiiiikiiicc Ldin iKii i ' s, Diri ' ilur of ■liiiiinr ) ' ( ' iir in l ' ntiic ; B.A.. li.l)., alc liiivcT itN ; A.M.. Harvard rniv,Tsit. ; I ' li.l)., Oiluiiil i:L I ilivcrMty. Arthur S. liATKS [nsdcinlc rrafrssur of Hoimllirr lyiiii ' llliii l ' S A.B.. Hamilton follcj;c; A.M., I ' ll. I).. C.iriH.ll liiivcrsily. P i ' :i,Li ' : Boone Bearo I ' rofrssor of Sociohxiii A.B., Lynchbui-ff Collroe; M.A., I ' li.l).. liryn Mawr ( nlh-nc .IaXE BeI.CUER ss(jiiiilr I ' rofrssor of Bi jl( ( l A.P... Cclhy College; A.M., (nluiiiliia Inivfisily ; I ' Il.I),, Inivcisily ,,f .Missouri. Fk, z K. Bernheimek I iislriiclor ill Arl Mimicli Academy of Aif ; Stmlent of Hn-maii Hallcr, Ziiricli ; M,A„ M,K.A., Yale riiiversify. (iLAI)YS BooXE I ' rofrssor of luiiiioiii ir.s if,A„ I ' liivei-sity of liiiiiiiiiyliam, Englaiiil; I ' ll,!),, Coliimliia I ' liiversity, Ij. ri!. T, HrrKII. Jl ssociii r I ' rofrssor of Uoiiiiiiirr Liiin iiiK rs A.H,. Iniversity of X ' ermoiLl: A.M., I ' li.l),. ItailelillV CiUef., ' , ( ' Alii, V. { ON xoii I ' rofrssor of h iii lisli li.A,, liuversity of Tonmto; A,M.. Harvar.l I iiiveisity; I ' ll, I),, (nloiiiliia liiiversity, Lucy Shei ' , ri) CRwyFOKi) I ' rofrssor of I ' liilosojih I . I ' si rholoi i ami EiluniHoii A, B, . Imliaiia I ' liiversity, M, A,. Stanford I ' liiversity, Marv Ki.een Davis I nslriirlor in Spmilsli A,B,, Indiana University, il,A,. Stanford I ' niversity, JovA.x De Kocco I ssisiiiiif Professor of . I ;• Sehool of Areliiteetnre, I ' niversity of Bcdf rade; Art Students League, . e v York; Student of Harold ' an Buren Magoniglc. Evei.yx Eatox VisiiiiKj Lrrlurrr in Crcafirr Wriliufj I ' niversity of Paris, Ei:)(iAR J. FiSIIEIi I ' rofrssor. Ciirlrr liliiss Cliiiir of ( nirrrii iiiriil A, ]?,. A,M,. I ' niversity of Kocliester; I ' li,!),, Colnmliia Iniversily, Jessie Mei.vii.i.ic Fr skr I ' rofrssor of llisloni A.B„ Columbia College; A..M., I ' niversity of South Carolina; A,.M,, C.dnmliia I ' niversity, Evelyn (iR0NHER(i Freemax Assishuil in Sprrrh A,B,. Ohio Wesleyan University; ] I,S,, liowling (ireen State University, Sidney L. Freeman I nslriirlor in Kmilisli H,S„ University of Wiseonsin : M,A,, Bowling (ireeii State University; l ' li,l)„ Ciniiell University. G. NoiiLE GlLPlN {ssisliiiil I ' rofrssor of M llsir B.JIns., M,Mus,, Syracuse University, Dikran Y. Hadidian I nslriirlor in HrVuiion B.A„ American University ' of Beirut; l!,l)„ M,A„ S,T,1I„ Hartford Theological Seminary, Florence Hacjue [ssorinir I ' rofrssor of Biohiqij A,B,. A,M,. University of Kansas; l ' li,l)„ University of Illinois, Mll.. x K. HaI ' ALA Assishinl I ' rofrssor of ( lorrrn inrn I anil luiiiioin irs A,!!., l;eloit College; A, ,M„ University of Xehraska, I)ea lldSKEX issislani I ' rofrssor of Hrlii ion . ,i:„ . l.innl llolyoUe Cdlege; B,l)„ Uni.m Tlieolofiical Seminary, li ' lTII I ' , 1 l(iwi„ NI) Visilimi I ' rofrssor of Blohx i I ' ll, I ' .,, I ' ll, M„ Syracuse University; I ' ll, I)., ' ale University, .lc)Si:i ' ll ( ' . IIuTCIIINSON ssisliiiil I ' rofrssor of Itoiiiiinrr Lii miiiiKjrs A. li„ A, M„ Emory University; I ' ll,!),, University if North Carolina, CliCILE (iuiLM ixi ' ;. t ' [ssoriiilr I ' rofrssor of Frrnrli M,A„ The .Tohns Ho|il in University, Mary Anx Lee -Issorinlr I ' rofrssor of Mnlliriiinlirs A,B., Handoliih-Macon Woman ' s Cdlege; A,M,. University of Wisconsin; l ' li,l)„ Cornell University, KaTHERIXE ilACDONALI) ssoriillr I ' rofrssor of I ' ll l sinil Hil lirnl ion B.S., Tufts College; M,S„ University „f Iowa. Frank II. McOar ' I nslriirlor In I ' lii sirs mill Mnl lir null Irs B.A.. Vale University; iI,S,, Case Institute ,,f Technology, Gehtruije Malz I ' rofrssor of (Irrrk iimJ Liilin A,B„ Swarthmore College; A,M,, I ' ll,!)., University of Wisconsin, Jren : [arik [ssisliinl I ' rofrssor of Music (iradiiate, Budapest Cidlcge of .Music ; I ' iaii,, I ' rofessor ' s l)i]iloina, Liszt Academy of Music, l!uda|icst. ( n Sal.liatical leave lll. " i2-l !l. " i:!, ' ' l)n leave for luilitarv service, , . r ' i-J ? kr i--- -iniitililiiaiiiiiUiimn i- ' ' - " - " " " - " - ' i ' ' ' «i ' «« ««« ' « " M " " ' ' " " ' " " " ' ' ™ Gerhard Masur Professor of Uistonj Ph.D.. L ' liiveisity of Berlin. Elisabeth F. Moller [ssonuir Professor of Psi iholomi A.B.. (iouclier College; A.M.. Clark I ' liiversity: I ' li.O., Cornell University. Helen K. Mull Professor of Philosophy, Psychology and Educidion A.B.. Vassar College; A.M.. Ph.D.. Kadclirte College. Ly.sbeth W. Muncy Issistdiil Professor of History and (iorernnienl A.B., Vassar College; A.M.. University of Texas; Ph.D.. Brown University. La WHENCE G. Nelson Assorinte Professor of Iui;ilish B.A.. Luther College; A.M., University of Texas; Ph.D.. University of irginia. Peter PenzoLDT Issis mi Professor of Modern LiiiH lliliirs and ( ' lassies M.A., Ph.D., University of Geneva. Rachel Vallette Penzoldt AssislanI m F rench University of Geneva. I ' :thel RamAGE Professor of p.niilish A.B.. Barnard College; A.M., Coluinliia Univi-rsity : I ' li.l).. University of Wis.-onsin. Sarah Thorpe Ra.mage ssislanl Professor of Hni lish B.A., Xewcomh College; M.A.. Bryn . la vr lollcgi-; Ph.D.. Vale University. Muriel Ratclife [ssis anf in l!idin i Ben L. 1?ei1) Inxlmcliir in Enijiish A.B., University of Louisville; A.M.. CoUiinLia University. Jane D.wid.son Reid {ssislani in Enijlish A.B., A.M., University of Ixmisville. Carol M. Rice ( ' olle e Pliysician and Professor of llyijiene A.B., .Smith College; A.M., Wellesley ( olhgc; M.D.. University of Wisconsin. Florence Horton Robinson Professor at Art A.B.. M.A.. University of California; Pli.D., Cohinihia Univi ' rsity; l ' ' .. ' .A.l!. Harriet Howell Rogers Professor of Physical Kdaealioa A.B.. Mount Holyoke College; Graduate of New Haven Normal Sv nm of Gymnast ies. Marion Benedict Rollins Professor of l!eli( ion A.B.. Barnard College; A.M.. Ph.D.. Columliia University; B.D.. Union Theidogiral Seminary. John B. K ' usT sslslanl Professor of Spanish Ph.D.. University of Chieago; M.A., Middleljury College. Eva M. Saneoho ssociale Professor of Ilishiry A.I!., A..M.. Ph.D., Kadeliffe College. Se. ' relary of the Faeully. Luke XI. S.mitii " .- sislant Professor of Soci(do, y B.A., University of California: A.M.. Pli.l)., Harvard University. Elizabeth Spies Inslruelor in Phi sical Hducalion A.B., Wells College. Elizabeth F, Sprague [ssislani Professor of Pifdoi y A.B., A.M., University of California. JoHANNE M. Stochholji ssoriiile Professor of Ku iHsh M.A.. University of Copenhagen; Ph.D.. liryn .Mawr ( olhge. HlLDE(i.UiD Stuck LEN [ssociale Professor of Phyxi ' s Ph.D.. University of (iottingen. Julia Stone Su.M.MERSon [xsislanl in Violin and Viida Philip Mittel, New York City; Cineinnati Conservatory of .Mnsjr with .lean Ten Have and I ' eter Kvoelirl.; .Inilliar.l Srhoi.l of Music with Louis Persinger and Edouard Detliier. Louise Freejian Swett Inslruelor in Phijsical Edaeahon B..S., Tufts College. Dorothy D, Thompson Issoriule Piofessor of chemislry A.B., A.M., Mount Holyoke College; Ph.D., Massaeluisetts Institute of Teeluudogy. LuciLE Umbreit , ssislanl Professor of Music A.B,, Radelifie College; A.M., Vassar College. Bertha Pfister Wailes [ssociale Professor of StHi(do; y A.B., Sweet Briar College; JI.A., University of N ' irginia. Miriam H. Weaver Associale Professor of M usic Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; Columliia University Summer School; Isador Philipp. Paris; .Inilliard Summer School of Music ; University of Chicago. ()n sahhatieal leave 10.52-190,3. IvKai ' i: i:his !■; Wificirr A.li.. A.M., l;:niiliil|ili Miir.pii W Ekxkst Ziochkii. ' lsi in l ' lll(( . I ' rof, ' jf Ml B.A., Olierlin C(illi ' f e: (inuluate, Maiincs Silioul of .Music, New York; I ' lipi ' " ' ' lii ' iiiici MoisciwitM-li, Ldiidiiii ; l ' ii|iil (jf Hiisario Scalero. New Voik iind Italy. LIBRAEY H. Tyler Gkmmki lAhvnrwii A.B., Randolpli-Macdii Woiiian ' s (. ' ullcnc; U.S., M.S.. C.ihnnliia I ' liivcrHity. LyDIA M. NewL.WI) [ssishni l Liliniriilii A.R., Skidniore t ' nlle};f, U.S.. t ' (duiiiliia ruivcrsity. Lois M.VRIE I ROWX " i-crrhiri h, I he Lihnirlini Helen Edge.mox " " ' " ci ' Assiilaid ]lIiLDRED EnoEMOx ' ' " «i ' Assistant Edith Exdicotp Calahuiun- Library .Srlidcd, ( ' ariici;ie Iii.-ititutf il ' Ti ' i-liiKilofiy. EsTA Carter Holt ' Issistmil in the LUjmrij ADMINISTEATIVE STAFF .Sfcri ' liini Id till- Pn ' siilnil Secret, in . ()ffi e of tlie Pn ' s ' ideiil Assistnut ' ill tlie Olfive of tlie Demi Secretary. Com niittee on Adiiii.ssioii Secretary to Director of Adiiiissioii .K.recutive Secretari Aluniiine A.s.socintioii Secreliirij in tlie Aluiiiune (Jffice Lois Kallkxger B.S., Woman ' s College of Fiunian I ' liiversity Hilda C. Jefferson Doris E. H arless B.S., Mary Washington t ' ollege; il.S.. C ' oUinilpia I ' niversity. Evelyx S. Muxger Eddie P. White Margaret Cokxw.u.l SriuiinT A.B.. Sweet Briar College. Elizabeth Abbot Averett A.B.. Sweet Briar College. Henrietta H. Walker Munai er. Boxwood Inn Edward K. E. Walker As. ' istant Munnijer. Boxwood Inn Lloyd K. Hoilman Director of Buildings and Grounds B.S., SI.S.. Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Christine C. Faulcoxer Secretari to Director of Buildings and Grounds Robert J. Sailstad Director, Deretopnient Committee Joseph A. Uilchrist, Jr Superintendent, Farm Rebecca C. Kerr Superrisor, Halts of Residence Elvyn Arthur Nurse (iraduate. Marshall Lodge Memorial Hos|iital, Lyncliljurg. ' iigiiiia. Aramixta S. Hitt Nurse Graduate. Virginia Baptist Hospital L nchliurg, N ' irgiuia. Martha Von Briesen Director of I ' libtic Relafions A.B., Sweet Briar College; A.M., Badclille College. Ann M. Lawsox Secretary-Assistuiit. Office of Public Relations LiXDA Spence Browx Director. Refectories A.B., University of Texas; A.M., I ' niversity of Cliicago. Alice Tucker Assistant to the Director. Refectories Helen McMahon Booh- Shop, Manager A.B., Sweet Briar College. E. Gertrude Prior ssistant. Students ' Bool,- Sho i A.B., Sw-e 4 Briar College: M.A., I ' niversity if Pennsylvania. Mabel M. Chipley [ssistant Treasurer Rebecca M. Cahroli Assistant. Office of the Treasurer .1 4 " :% ' ll y-i - ' i Left to rii hl: ' I ' homas. I n ' usiin ' r : 1 ikksi;v, GROVE, vice prfsiilpiil. ccri ' liu ij : I-Iaii.kv. prrsiili ' iil : IIazi.k- 1953 " . . . But still we have just oiu ' mouth more ! " And yet you can remember when you were freshmen, a long time ago, and sopho- mores and juniors. By this time you have collected much material evidence of Sweet Briar ' s spirit; senior rings, a seat iii the Golden Btairs, black robes and mortar boards, and soon, soon, your sheepskins. Then, of couise, there were the hours spent at Tom- raie ' s, the unbelievable Zoo exam, a magnifi- cent Senior Show, Christmas stepsinging. and your own Black and White Ball . . . and so much more. Perha])s the most ini|i(n ' tant thing, however, is that you. the class nl ' " 5;!. are part of the spirit of Swcrt lii ' iai ' itself. You were not only " horn and lircd in the Briar Patch. " hut you ha r made (juite a home of it — for each of vou and loi- all of us. niitn 1- .. « -. — i— ■„,.:.. -, -..-w».,. r.,. ..,»— w — .— l . TilKi;i K AMSDKX II ANdVKH, N ' i: II A.MI ' SM IHK .m. tiii:m A ru ) ' .n.r..|. Com iiiisyiini : I ' diiil niid I ' nUhes; I ' rrsiilriil, A.A.: Varsili llnrknj Tnliii ; lli ' nd of L(t( rosKc : Uiiliiiij Ciiuiiiil. " Kay " . . . |mi|hi1mi ' ciiliiii Iradi-r who ilocsn ' t fear iiiirc . . . khaki pants and i:uii sIidcs . . . Kentucky liill niiisr . . . onic liclicM ' il mules (hin ' t kick . . . " liiiiitsnian " loi- I ' , ami ! ' .... always a smile lur everyone . . . ijdastinir of luM ' native Xew llani|sliire ... a iinitlieniatieal ' ' eiiius. THI StMO C4ASS .11 NK L.MIIKNS . li. ' r. 1 III»)K1.VN. XkVV Y()I!K (a)vi:n Mi:N r Y.W.C.A. Coiiniiissinii : (llci- Cliih: Music Clith: OricKhilidii : Ch risi iinis Hiizitiir : Svirs SIdff; Worlil Affairs Cltih: M iihriiilrrs Chairmuii. .lime . . . that life-like seotty ilo-i ' . . . ready smile . . . Iud)l)lin,i; . . . aunt . . . always snip- piuj; on her hair . . . Stanley ' s SIkjc Store . . . double lii-st cousins . . . those nijriils in Paris . . . ( -la-la I i JOAN LOUISK AKEY NoRTHFiKi.i). Illinois HlOLKilOX News Slaff ; I ' diiil mid I ' li rhrs; liRiAR Patch; Friends of Art; Bntiiihli ' r. Joan . . . Washington ilonunient . . . " cheers, hats in the air ' " . . . wait for baby . . . sweaters and scarves . . . " My true love wall come some day " . . . Thursday night warm up club . . . ' ' grubby old everyliody " ' . . . ' Movabolilc " ' . . . peaches and cream . . . Matthew, ilark. Luke, and Joan. HiMSN ¥Tyi kEl KATHLEEN DWIGHT BAILEY SCAESDALE, NeW YoRK PSYC ' IIOI.OOY Funds ( ' onniiillec : Sariiil Cunnnillee ; Briar Patch; Faint and I ' atrlirs: Bam ( ' hum : Inter- dorm; Riding Council : Treasurer, .I..L; Presi- dent, Senior Class; Cliani Muni ; Cliurcti and Chapel Committee : Clirlstmas Bazaar: Director, Senior Shoir. " Katzy " . . . Navy widow . . . always brushing her teeth or cleaning her fingernails . . . sing- ing at meals . . . those a(k rable pictures . . . those two jilaid skirts . . . thwarted opera singer . . . " you imist bi ' al senior show pi ' actice on time " . . . the iiidtbci- ben mi opening nigiit . . . always. 19 fuummmmmt BKTTY MARIE BEHLEN Lkxinutox Kentucky american history .i; .v an, Assrs: Wnrhl Apiirs Club: Music Cllih: Mill Ciiiirt. (Jiirldiid hntri ' r. " Betz " ' . . . bijr brown eves ... to see her walk vou ' d never know she ' d been a clieer leader ! . . . likely to meet her at any fasliio]ial)le dress sbi |i . . . " I ' m not liard to wake up — a sledge baiiimiT will ill) tile trirk " . . . " hi, frang I ' ' . . . THl StMO C4ASS . I.M;T11.V ANN BLACK Mkxki). D.F. modkhn 1. anciagks y.W.C.A. Coiiiiiiis.sioii ; Spaiti h Club; French t ' luh: Funds Drive; Choreogrnphy ; Co-head of Ddiicr: Bhiak I ' atcii .• lininihli ' r : Aiiils mid Asses. Martita oT the Hashing eyes anil tlowiiif; locks . . . ]i()lylini;uistir Kabbit Fanti ' . . . " choom, i-hoom. choom " . . . " Coo. Lord love you . . . " ' A witch bov IVom the iiiouiitaiii rami ' ... " Beau- tiful fial name o " Mart " . . . La |irince.sse de chateau noir . . . red plaiil cotton . . . darkness on the Delta. JOAN SHEILA BEOPHY SCARSDALE, NeW YoRK GOVERN iMKN ' l ' (llcr CIiiIj: Chiiir: Music Club. T riutsu rer ; Lihra rill II iniil Preside ii I nf Clinir: Siiciul i ' liiiiiiiitlce : (liristmun Bnziuir: ( ' huiuj Miiiii , I ' resideul ; Curriciihiiii Coiii mil ler : ( ' (j-i-om jioser of Senior Show : ) ' . V.( ' .. . Ciiiiiiiiissiinis : Inlrr- Club Couiiril : Relief ( ' mii iii i 1 1 ee : Aiiitx iiiiil Asses; Sorinl ( ' oiii iiiillee : Mnij Ciiurt, srep re heiirer. " HnipliY. " " Sheila. " " Joan " . . . Oh, really? . . . wo 11(1 erf 111 naivt ' te ... a pretzel when lounging in a chair . . . modesty with company . . . clepto for coiiilis . . . anyhudy on campus she doesn ' t know? . . . admiral for leading story hour in Stu G. room ... a night owl . . . ex- citable and unorganized . . . when Irish eyes are twinkling . . . our own Rise Stevens . . . " sudo " -intellectual . . . Of NlHiMiN ¥Tyi kEl PATSY PHILLIPS BROWN Sweet Briah, Virginia MUSIC (ilee riuh: Music Club. Trensiirer : Muij Court. Patsy . . . Always ])laying " post-ofRce " . . . always on the go . . . jihenonienal schedule . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . dean ' s list girl . . . enviable looks and personality . . . OLIVIA LKILA CANTY Montgomery, Alabama rOLITirAL KroXOMY ) .ir.r..l. C ' oDinii. ' isioiis : Hi ' iiil of dibiii : llU ' r Club: Orienldfion ; Secreinrij of A.A.: Fiunl. ' Coiiiiiiiltee ; A ' .N..4. E.ri ' ru I i rr : Bum Clniuis. Sfcrrliirii : Cln.i.tical Club: llnusc I ' rrxi d r ii I : Tim I ' lii : Aiuts and Asses; Worhl Affnirs Club; Duiirc Club. " Suis " ■ . . Vfi ' v nltriii tir . . . iirvcr tired, alwiiys liiiMilrs . . . " A ' liiii i ' l-iiin M(int;:iiiii( ' rv " ' . . . vi{ ' villi stM ' licr icailiiij: till ' Hi-dWiiics . . . IiuikIIc ( r t ' lici-irv . . . I StN C4AS$ KArrii niAXA ( atlix i ' .lKioKI. ' i N . Xi: ' iiMK (ii)Vi:i:N. iKNr Frirnils (if All: C li risl max Hmiiiir : Emillsh Cliih: Musir Club: Worhl Atf iiry Club. Fnitli . . . rail always lie ili ' pcnilcil mi Inr a j;o(»l stiir - . . . OIK ' (i " il()il chill . . . talks with her hands . . . that rascinatiiifr Christmas iiii ht- shirt . . . admired lor ir ' iH ' rosity in liMidiiij, ' her fahuldiis wardinhc . . . |irohlems!- ' . . . " ooooooli I " MAIiY ADEUXK ( ' 11 ACE WixNKTKA, Illinois RELIGION YAV.C.A. Commissions; Glee Club; News Sinff; Viirsity Hockey; Christmas Bazaar; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Personnel Com nilllrr : Bm ar 1 ' atch ; Orientation C om m 11 1 1 ' c : Hiiiii I ' huiiis, Presi- dent; Frencli Club: President, Y.W.C.A.; Cliurch and Chapel Ciinniiiltee ; College Council. " Midge " . . . " Hapiiy birthday. Most Wortiiy Su]iprior " . . . " It ' s spelled with a ( " " . . . foundation garments . . . cokes ... a toueh of sa rcasm . . . " ' Hello. ] [ommeeeee " ' . . . lirightest smile . . . helping hand . . . Miss Williams ' double . . . " it ' s just wonderful " . . . little Miss Innocence with a twinkle in her eye . . . the toi.s. Of AflN llf f SFTYTV t fE JANE HAlfDIX COLLINS Akron, Ohio ART (lire Club: Friends of Art : ) ' .ir.r..l. ( ■ow mis- sion : A ' .N..4. Chnirman. () ri r n I a h on : Ihnn Ciiuiiis; Treasurer of Sludent (iomii iiwiil : Classical Club; Paint and Patches; Tau Phi; I ' hi Beta Kappa. .Taiiie . . . N.S.A.N.S.A.N.S.. . . . . elliciciit. with infinite patience . . . working on ceramics . . . conference ho]iping . . . long discussions are her meat . . . crocheted her way through Exec . . . sleeping sickness. .... ..... .. .. T..—. .riTT., - nvTii esti :lle coukand Lima, Peru sociology WW.C.A. ( ' I) III ini.ssioii : t ' piiiiish Club, Vice- Prenidenl; Boxwood Inn Committee ; Secretary of Friends of Art; Chairman and Secretary of Auditorium Fund Committee; Classical Club; I ' .iiiAR Patch; Social Committee; Glee Club; Sociology Club; Relief Committee, Chairman; I ' liiut and Patches; Chung Mung; Christmas lidziliir : Mill ( ' inirl . Estellc . . . rii(|iii ' ttisli. cute, kittonisli . . . brave sociolofiy major . . . Imw in Iht liaii- . . . well- traveled . . . talent on the .i;iiitar . . . believes in o K chests ... 1(11 pounds of fun. I SiMO C4ASS .lANK ' 1 ' ai;i;ks n.wvsox Am noli AiiK. K liNircKV AMlClilCAN IllsroliV Seirs Stuff; Hclirf Cain iiiilirr : HlllAi; I ' ATCli; Auditorium Fund C niii in i It rr ; World Affairs Club: Curriculum C oiinu i 1 1 n ' : Music Club; A i Ills and Asses; Christ inns Bnzniir. " Janie " . . . her Furrv Friend . . . never would fjuess she ' s from the houihon country would you? . . . Great party ,i;irl . . . chajierone extra- ordinaire . . . tli zhty . . . always frood for laughs . . . prolileni solver . . . t«cetie iiirds. JEANNE MAKIE DUFF Westfield, Nicw Jersky ART Spaiiish Club; Friends of Art, Presnderii ; News ' ' " liiff: Cliristiiias Bazaar: HeJirf CoiiiinUfee. Jeanne . . . remember the parakeet . . . and those fascinating art objects (some of which you wouldn ' t want to stumble over in the dark) ... a real demon on the hot plate with sugar coated rosettes . . . always something on her mind . . . capable and reliable ... a real friend of art. HiMSN f JFTYTURfE VIRGINIA CAKOLINE DUNLAP Atlanta, Georgia european history Glee Club; Y.W.C.A. Commission; French Club; Curriculum Committee; World Affairs Club; Music Club: Cliri.ftmits Bazaar; Infer- donii Council: Briar Patch; Business Man- ittjcr: Taiiz Zirkel. " Ginny " ' . . . Grable of ' 5:5 . . . mis-managed . . . hard luck girl . . . thoughtfulness . . . brains tempered with humor . . . laughing girl . . . well-groomed . . . sweetlieart of 3rd year law . . . Br ' er Eabbit . . . takes organized notes . . . party-party. A. . K Tl.TKIlKAirr ELLIOTT B 1 R il I N G I [ A II , A LA B A II A (JOVKliN.MKNT ) ' . y.( ' .. . Coin mission ; Orinitiillo}! ( ' iiii milli ' c : Mills mill Axxes; Classinil Chih: ( ' liiiiniinii Fuiiils Ciiiiniiillee : World Affairs Cliih: liilrr- ilnriii I ' dill iiiil pe : Cli risi nins Jinzaur: Miiij Voinl. Xuui ' . . . ' " it ' s si-i-i-uk " . . . Florida IhuukI . . . pli ' iity III ' limiiic-f Ml 1 vili;:lil . . . loxcly eves . . . i)ei-tiu ' ss . . . effortless A ' s . . . lookiiii: for Fiiiuls . . . " silly ole tiiinsr " . . . Unitliir " .law-EdfTe " ' . . . l)ci|i liiiii up siile tiic liciid . . . ' " tiiat tailored ' ' irl. . . Y THl StN C4AS$ CAI. ' itl, MAIISIIALL i:. M( ' l()S W iii (;r(iN . 1). ( ' . I ' UI.I I K Al. KIONOM Y . iiiliriiil Hoiiril; Chissicul Cliih : (J.W: Junior ) ' i ' iir in Scoll ' inil: Tmi I ' hi. I ' rfsiilnil : W ' orhi Affairs Club. " Carol K. . ' " . . . Tuccils ami knee socks . . . nature walks . . . tliat l)lon(le streak . . . siiieer- ity . . . samlwicli-nuiker extraordinaire . . . the lii ,dilan(l tlinjr . . . " ■ •, , " British . . . hut " veddv " Canil lv . :( -r:4Sss U-»;V»i- ' JEAN FELTY We.st Harti ' ord. Connecticut chemistry ) ' .ir.( ' ..-l. Commission: Qrrmnn Chih; Sec- Treasurer, Preside ni ; Orieiilnlioii Com mittee ; Personnel Committee ; Vespers Committre; Classical Club; Friends of Art : ■ mliciitl Board ,- llocl-eij Varsity: Plii Beta Kappa. Jean . . . green death dcK-tor . . . lioekey speed and " sticks " . . . " Wliere are niy glasses? " . . . miraculous mind . . . our tirst Junior Phi Bete . . . deserves a new lah coat . . . quiet l ut win- ning wav. Of NiHiiiiN jyi KkEi DOKOTHEA .MEBANE FULLER Lynchburg, Virginia modern european history ) ' . V.C.A. Commission; Glee Club; Orientation Coiiiiiiittee; Relief Conrmittee; YAV.C.A. Cabi- net; Friends of Art; Wor ld Affairs Club : Span- ish Club; Music Club. Dorothea . . . early hours . . . heaver-like con- scientiousness . . . always rushing . . . horse-tail hair-do . . . that wonderful Southern hospitality . . . the Familiar ])ea-jacket. SAUJK GAYLE RlCHMOXI), IXDIAXA .si ' AXisir ) ' . ' .( ' .. . Com mission; Mn,sic Club; Spanish Chih: I ' lTsidenl ; I iifer-riiib Council; Xeirs SInff: ll ' r r Affoirs Chih. " Sallic " . . . nl v;i iniiiiaculatc . . . perfec- tionist . . . never turns otl ' tile riidici . . . always ])iits the shoe trees back in her shoes . . . can tell when anyone has moveil a bohhy-pin on her dresser . . . oh, those lloosier hot-rods . . . I ' ascinatini, ' exotic eyes. Xr THl StMO C4ASS LI si; KT II (MI ' .SOX Kansas C ' nv. ilissotm OOVKHN.MKNT ) .11 .( ' .A. ( ' rininiixsion : Orii ' iiln ion CoinmHtee; Ainl.s and Axses; Frenrli Chih: (JA ' .: Cliri.sl- ma.s Bnzmir; Briar Pa ii ii : Dniicr (I roup; W ' orlft Affairs Club; YAV.C.A. Cahiii, ' : M iisir CI III); Soriiil Connnillri ' : I ' lii lirla Kappa. " Liz " ' . . . always ;_Mj:i:linj: . . . " Persian Kitty " and " ' ! ' «(! Black Crows ' ' . . . that (Jibson walk . . . Pof. ' o fan . . . our Southern belle and first woman ]iresident ... " I can ' t ;et my suitcases closed " . . . " What would llaniniy say? " . . . " Pni gonna drop ]iolitics and take up the arts " . . . brains and j)ej) galore . . . no one quite like her. r;: i -rV - r, s. SUSAN GOODIMlXiE Hinsdale, Illinois govern mkxt ] ' .ir.r..l. Commission; Briar Patch; Friends (if Arl. ] ' ice-President : World Affairs Club; Alldilinituii Fiuuh Cdiii niil er ; Mill Cnitrt. " Sue " . . . sophistication ])ereoiiitie(l . . . loves Austins (cars, that is) ... future Washington (r-i;ii ' l . . . Cousin Susan . . . fascinating giggle . . . " rni ill " . . . Chicago . . . " Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning " . . . long earrings with exotic hair-do . . . reenis of men . . . diet- lover . . . " and so to bed. " Of NlNflEI SFTYTV f fE MARGARET BURWELL GRAVES RoANOKEj Virginia ZOOLOGY I ' AV.C.A. Commission; Classical Club : Orienla- lioii Com mittci ' : Box wood I ii ii Committee; C iirricii I II III C III III it I cc : Christmas Bazaar; Soriiil Ciiiiiiiiittcc, Cliiiiniiiiii : YAV.C.A. Catii- iii ' t : Bum Cliuiii : ( ' Iniiiij Mumj. " Maggie " ' . . . " get the rope ! " ' ... always hoodling . . . " making money hand over fist just hand over fist " ' . . . " well-er-uh-1 ' ll say-er- uh-thmudit I would and so I did " . . . ANNE McMillan c;reen Mabshfield, Wisconsin I!H)i,()(;y ) ' .n ' .( ' .A. Coinwissidii : ■liiillriiil Biinrtl: Pniiit " Kiln " ' . . . red I ' olii ' . . . ii ciiliiii (ill M lake . . . Iiridfjp . . . cfKjkiiifr . . . ' lid ynii cNcr uatili her ])ut her stockings (in! ' . . . SidtlaiKTs licst Ian . . . " Guess I ' ll have to dip my swk in ink to make it navv " . . . Smile of friendship. I StN 0 C4ASS KATiIKi;i. K Ah ' .MlSTKAD CIKK ' HANT I{|( ' IIM(lM . ' ll!(:lNIA M A TIIKM AIK S Cliisxiriil Chill : y.S.A.: ) ' .ir.( ' ..l. Coiiiniuision; I iilcr-diinii : Hum Chum; Hecrelary of Judicial Board: Tan I ' hi.- Viri ' -rrcsidnit of Student (ii)Vi ' nniiiiil : I ii rr-Cluh Cltairnian. " Kitty " . . . that oiiinisciciit i-xpression . . . neat and petite . . . jjiecise. ellieient, and I ' un . . . always i)iekiug up after her suite mates . . . -Oh girls! Let me tell you the latest! " . . . " Are they our kind? " . . . " the Whip ' " . . . the all fours crawl . . . cliinliing in and out the windows. I .lAXKT IKKXK HAM I LIU ' IM; HosTox, Massac I ii ' sicT ' i-.s (idVKItN.MUNT Y.W.C.A. Comntission; News, EdUov; liiflliKj CounriJ: Hriar Patch; Friends of Atl : WurUI Affiiirs Clllh: Relief Com iiiith-e. " Janet " ' . . . always has the " News " . . . slioot- ing quail in Amherst . . . garbage coUec-tov . . . " No, don ' t bother, I ' ve alreiiilv done it " . . . constant Sweet Briar blazei- . . . amazing range of moods and acquaintances . . . " I ' ll never tell " . . . hounds on the washcloths . . . blowing her own lidi ' n. . . 0 N Hi liN fTy l KkEl SALLIE ANDERSON HAZLEGRDVE Johnstown, Pkxnsylvania govern jiknt Fiiiiils Ciiiiiiiiillre : () ririiliil ion ' o in iii i 1 1 e , ' : (iennnn Cliih: A ' .N..!.; lililAi: Patch; Worhl Affairs Club: ' ln ' -l ' n ' sl,lenl of Senior Chiss: Inler-ilonii : Ton I ' lii: Xeirs Slnff: May Court, crown bearer. " Sallie " . . . " Jlother " on second floor Gray . . . the " Voice " ' of " 5. ' 5 . . . could never go un- noticed ... " I got through my song — encore too ! ' " ... very voguish . . . Mickey Spillane addict ... a visage of command and a mind to lead . . . the Chinese pose in the library . . . ' ■ Vliat " s that girl ' s name? " ELKANO]{ HIRSCH Mkmi ' mis, Tknnkssee IllsldliV ) ' .W.C.A. Commission; Glee Club : French Club; Uelief Committee: World Affairs Cliih: News Staff; Co-composer of Senior Slioir; Audito- rium Fund Committee. " Ellii ' ' " . . . knits tennis sweaters in i v week . . . thuse beer niiifrs ! . . . T.V. at the date liouse . . . never sits, lounges . . . will never lock the (Idor to opimrtiinity ... a linger in many pies . . . when she smiles we smile with iier . . . (lemon at Herald Triinine Conference . . . al- ways willin-: . . . always ready for a jiarty. . . THI StN 0k. C4ASS ilAIJK ' IKTTK COODWILLK llOlXJKS FoKKST, ' ll!(;lNIA i-hi;n( II alee ( ' luh : French ( ' lull, ' resident : hiler-donn : Hockey Varsily: l cad of Ciiliin: .liiiiior Year in France : May Court. " Harriet " ' . . . French haircut . . . the .Ml . nierican . thelete . . . " .Madame { ' resident " . . . aliility for looking pretty without lijislick . . . that casual cahin air . . . smiles without iiei ' suasion . . . 32 KATIIEKINE VllidlNIA HUDSON Wkst Plains. .Missouri I ' llYSlCS Aiiit.s and As.ses: Frlrinls of Arl : News Staff: Briar Patch; Ciirriruhiiii ( ' (jiinniHee; Sireel Bruir A ward Com in if tee : Bra in hler ; A uditoriuin Fund ( ' oiniii it tee. Head ; I ' J.recutire Councit ; Tan Phi; Ca-in-itei- of Seiiim- SInnr : I ' nsidenl of Debate Ctnli: I ' eisiinncl Com miller. " (Jiiiiiy " . . . that yn ' cii ami white striped (iver all-suit or large ])laii] sliivt . . . coke in one hand, cigarette in the ithei ' , math liook in lier hip . . . has a reserved ciirner dI ' the Stu. G. coueh . . . hates thick soles on loafers . . . visions of an auditorium dance . . . admired t(}r that great sense of humor ... a top drawer gal . . . " O-oah. I don ' t know " . . . H MiN «FTYTV R£E JULIA DALE HUTTET? Lynchburg, Viroixia rici.igiox axd.sorlai. i ' rohi.ems ) ' .ir.r..l. Com mission ; (llee CInt): Sopliomore Iloune President: Clioir: (J.V.: Chairman of Inter-donn : Viee-Chairman of .1 adieial Board: Tan I ' lii: Joint Council : Soeioloijij Cluti: Class- ical Chill : Briar Patch; Sweet Briar Airanl Coinmitiee : President of Sludcnl CorcnimenI : Development Committee: IhicL-eij Varsitij: Basl-ethall Varsili : I ' lil Beta Kappa. Dale , , . " Cuj)-(_ ' ake ' " , . . Keeps the strangest hours . . . her 48 hour schedule would be mur- der to anyone but Dale . , , " Hello Sweet Briar Information Bureau " ' , , . " Let nie tell you about today ' s problem I ' ' ... " 1 don ' t get mad very often, but I sure am mad now " . . . Orchard Patrol , . . avid admiier of ilickey Spillane: " ilurcy, , , , read me some mo I ' ' . , , beats a mean gavel , , , a true leader. ' i ' A IDA K ' EKD JOHNS Bkaumont, Texas span is ii ) ' . V.( ' .. . ( ' i,m III issi j)i : (llrr Cliih: iOm ' .s7( Cliili: Wnrlil Affairs Club. " lu-eil " ' . . . tlif " Idiif star " ' who (-(Hildn ' t stay away I ' m- Idiii. ' . . . tliosi- iiiidniirht routines — ritjlit hand to K ' t ' t toe. uj). etc. . . u.- ually late . . . sometimes half there, . ' sometimes not at all . . . the i old rim glasses . . . Iicdi-ooni eyes . . . the aiiliui-n hail- . . . I StMO C4ASS kij:. . ()|; siii:riiKi;i) .loiixso.x .1 ACKsONVII.I.i;, i ' ' l.OI!ll)A iiisroiiv y.W.C.A. Com iiiissiiiii : Frciirli Club: World Alfiiirx Club, Secrelary : C h rixl mas Haziuir : Frii ' iiih of Arl: Xfirs Slalf: . ' niior Show I ' ro- iliircr: Phi Bi ' ld Kdjipii. Micanoi ' . . . |-ifi:id schediili ' . . . niiijht say she ' s methodical . . . the chignon and many (ither hairdos . . . liridfje shark — " Culhertson or (loren ? " . . . ciiavniiug laugh and pretty teeth to go with it ... a knockout wlien she wants to he . . . serenity and ])oise with a temper lor pep. ♦ , I i ' ,r.» «-.»:U " C. ♦:■ ' » ' ' -»: ANNE IIANDLY .lOYCP] Nkw YoitK. . ' i: v YoHK .MA ' I ' UK.MATICS Glee Club; French Club, Vice-President : Jlid- iiiij Council: Head of Lake; Classical Club; II end of Hiilin( : Music Club; Hockey Varsity; Lacrosse Varsity: Christ mas Bazaar. Aline . . . exct ' lleiice at every sport . . . look of perfection . . . " Ladies ! " ' ... keeping her hands clean ... ' " I never thought I ' d be doing this when I came to Sweet Briar ! ' " ... watcli- ing the ponies at the National . . . Lakes Placid and George . . . composure and control of the situation. XneMtN tlFTYT tJfE .. MARY KIMBALL RUSSELLVILLE, KENTUCKY GOVKRNMEXT Y.W ' .C.A. Commission : Friends of Art; Neirs Stajf; Briak Patch; Church unit Chapel Com- mittee; World Affairs Cluh : Music Club. Secre- tary: Christmas Bazaar. Mary . . . forever writing letters . . . soiiieliow manages to keep Dawson down to a dull idai- . . . does a little roaring herself . . . " buy your stockings from Mary Kinil)air ' . . . doesn ' t get mad verv often, but . . . A.WK FI;AX( ' KS KIKKSKY .M()U(;a. ton, XoKTii Cahomna kki.uudn ) ' . V.( ' .A. Commission ; Orientaiioii Coiiimillee; Vhtxsical Club; Friends of Art, Secretary ; Trenxurer and Secretary of Class; Glee Club; Hi{| AH Patch : Currirnlnni Committee. " Kirks ' " . . . washing liair at iiiicliiight . . . inouiitaiii gal . . . K A pin . , . rnivcrsitv of Xortli Cardiina . . . l(i i ' s music . . . cwker s|)aiiiel . . . Snutlicni Jiciic . . . adventurous and fun . . . always sunbathing (uses sun lamp in winter) " Aw. gosh! " . . . t StMO C4ASS CAK ' iiL MAI. ' K Li;V. I;N Wasiiincton, I). ( ' . (lOVKKNMKN T Xnrs Staff: Hramljler. Editor: World Affairs CinI): liiiiAK Patch. " Toni " . . . " My fi-jeiids call me Huhliles " . . . evening entertainment at the date house . . . orange ice . . . " you all don ' t really want des- serts tonight, do you? " ' . . . notorious president of A.S.W. . . . " black-eyed susans on a white velvet sheet " . . . famous ])ortrait of a large shi]) . . . revitalized the Hramblcr . . . portrait of a ladv . . . MARY .McLESTEK LITTLEJOHN Birmingham, Alabama philosophy Bramhler; News Staff; Paint and Patches; Briar Patch; Co-writer of Senior Show. " Littlejulur . . . " PROPS ' " . . . Amati ' ur Auden . . . " nobody loves mo and they ' re all still here . . . " ' red plaid cotton ... " 1 mystify and terrify ' " . . . lieautiful. beautiful brown eyes . . . " little bit of sug ' ar and lots of cream " . . . " But have we considered its literary merits? " ' . . . knit one, purl two, drop three . . . " meta- jiliysically speaking . . . " ' HiMiN «FTYTV £E NAN CHADWICK LOCKE Spring Hill. .Vlaua.ma PSYC ' HOLOtiY Social Committee; A.A. Executive: Bum Chums; News Staff; Judicial Board : Curricu- hiiii Committee, Chairniaii : Vursih Jloikci : Varsitij BaxkethaU: Varsi i l ucrosse; Christ- mas Bazaar; Softball Varsity. " Nan " " . . . smokes only Duiihills . . . always napping . . . couldn ' t survive without milk at every meal . . . interest in psychological prob- lems . . . appreciative . . . loves pralines . . . always losing gloves . . . great athlete, but not the athletic type . . . admired for her easy go- ing manner. . . JACyUELIXK DALE LOWE KiuGEwooD, New Jersey AUT Clnxsirdl Club; Friends of Arl : Pa in I mid I ' lilrlics : EiigJixh Club; May Coiirl. .larkic . . . " ' oh. liuw cunniiifr ' " . . . rutuiT caii- iliilatf for (iri ' cii ic-li Village . . . very Ava (ianliicr-ish . . . fascinating telephone eonver- sations . . . " grand I " ' . . . jjerpetual dieter . . . " stoj) I " . . . forgetful (very convenient at times) . . . wonderful walk . . . iiope ehest . . . " you bother nie I " ' ThI StN C4AS$ XAXCV MACXKi; M( DONALD : : w ' ( Hi K . N i : w York (;ovi:KNMi:Nr (lli ' f Club ; Bum Cliunts; I ' rrsmi iii ' J Com iii il Irr ; Fin- Chief; Vice-President of Chis.s : Xeirs Stuff: World Affairs Club: Inter-dorm: Inter- Club; Board of Publications, ClKiiriimn : Music Club: Christ mils Bazaar. " MeDoiigal " ' . . . fire chief and 1 ::i() A. M. (lull . . . " My furry friend " . . . lady-like and daintv . . . gorgeous wardrobe of luivy blue . . . classical music . . . Kussian bank . . . beautiful legs . . . aversion to socks . . . suj)- jiorter of the Capczio industry. BETSY JANE MrELEJlESII Greenwich, foxxEcnruT (iOVERXMKXT Ecouoiiiirs Club: ) ' .]] ' .( ' . A. Cum mission : Glee Club; Ju ermiliumil llrlnliniis Club: Choir; World Affairs Club. I ' rrslilnil : YAV.C.A. Cnhi- net; Bo.rirood Inn Cum m il Icr : Neirs Staff: Riding Counril : Ifinlrr, Varsih : Baskribidl Varsity. " B.J. " . . . low vdice . . . iiuiiiy interests . . . long cigarette holder . . . " Now. wiiit a niiiiute ' ' and we ' re off on another ilrhate . . . good sense of humor, prone to the philosophical yet interested in people . . . don " t let that " I don ' t give a look " scare vou. . . Of NlN llf FTYTV RfE NANCY McGINNIS Cleveland, Ohio philosophy Glee Club; Clioir: .]fusii- Club: Hui lisli Club; NeuKS Staff: Churvli and Chapel Committee; Friends of Art; Worship Com miltre : Curriru- lum Committee. Nancy . . . " Just My Bill " . . . idealist . . . baby talk . . . throws herself into things . . . the Jacques Fath original . . . " New Faces " ... up in the clmids . . . Scnioi ' I ' arloi ' recitals . . . beautiful eves and skin. MARY AXN MELLEN Clkvklaxd, Ohio KXGLISH (Her Club: JuiIiritiJ Board. Cliaintmii : SuUiniii Au-itrd Vommiitee; V ire-P resident of Class; Orientation Com ni H I ee ; Q.V.; Paint and Piilclies; Chung Mung; English Club; French Club; Friends of Art ; Church and Chapel Com- mittee; President of Class; Inter-Club Council; Pevelopnient Committee ; Joint Council; Christ- mux Hinnar : Mm ( ' (Jiirt. " M. A. ' ' . . . versatile actress . . . executive ability . . . radiates talent to others . . . an " old salt " ' at sailing . . . partial to a boxer-dofj- ty|i( ' . . . intrijifiiinfr t(de|ihone personality . . . Spartan-like health . . . on liei ' wav in a hifi wav. I StN C4ASS CAKouxK (;()i;it() M 11.1.1:1; l.lMlsVil.l.K. Ki; l Ml KV IHtAMA (;lee Cliili; r r .v.siVvi Club; Mwir Cluli : English Club: Pidiil mill Patches, Treasurer and Presi- ili ' iit : Chung Muii-g: Technical Director of Sen- iiir Slioir : Hm Ai! Patch. Caroline . . . " LITTLKjohn 1 " ' . . . " Technical tonifrht, everybody " ... a shirt, a scarf, a zombie . . . style . . . saucer eyes ... " I was reading good old Gassner last night " . . . yellow slicker . . . " Tomniie ' s anyone? " ' . . . ' " The squire I " . . . Chanel and ca.shmere . . . CAROLINE riEHREPONT MOODY Brooklyn, New York govp;enment Ainfn and Asses, President ; Chrisl iKis Biizanr: Box rood Inn Committee; Mimic Club; World Affairx Club. " C ' -line " . . . illustrious luscious one . . . lounjie lizard . . . gregarious . . . . . . antics and anecdotes greatness from confusion . . . . well, let me tell you " finer . . . sleepy time gal . men . . . loquacious . . . card shark . . . . . " Have you heard? . . Nothing could be i ISi Of NlHiiliN i¥Tyi kEl ELISABETH MILES MOORE BETHLEHEJr, PENNSYLVANIA ART C hurch and Chapel, Secretary; Funds Drive; Paint and Patches ' ; Friends of Art; Secretary of Class; Briar Patch; Social Com mil tee ; Handbook and Key Business Manager; Bramb- le r. " Betty " . . . " Baker ' s Acres " ' . . . Inindlo of energA ' . . . " everything ' s misty " . . . " Slug " ... P. and P. stalwart . . . animal lover ! . . . " Pennsylvania Dutch " . . . old farm hand . . . suggestive Christmas gifts . . . " Mum Pig. " " f % CYNTHIA AXXK .M( )( tl. ' ll HAD Brooklyn. Xi; v Yoi;k Rin.ltilOX AND SOCIAI. I ' HOHI.EMS n ' .s7, Club: dh ' i ' CUili: l ' .ll.r..l. ■om mis- sion : .1 h.siV Club; Sociology Club, Secretary: Choir: Personnel Commiftee, Secretary; Cur- ricnhnn Com niiHee. ■■( ' iiiiiy ' " . . . Fliitliiisli iiiiniir . . . n new star was horn in the Scnioi- Sliow . . . Cyntliia stew . . . syinpathi ' tic, wondorfnl listcnci- . . . brings out tlie inotlier instinct in li. . . . red rain-coat . . . " (iriranizatidii. yon can ' t beat it I " . . . quiet at tirst. but just let her get started . . . extent of self taugbt Frcmli : " .le suis ici " ' when Hurried, savs " ()b Loons. " THI StN C4AS$ X.WCV MOIJISON AiiiN(;roN, ' ii{(iiNi. i ' sv( iioi.ocn World Mfiiirs Cliil). Trnisurcr: EiKjIish Club. Xancy . . . " Furry " s " sister . . . " you sjxdl it Morpiiinc " . . . strong beliexcr in love at first sigiit . . . always has a gooil story . . . extremely sentimental . . . " Hi. Babe! " . . . uuls hut nice l t. ' d O- «- :■.♦! " ♦-. f. 11 CATHERINE CIirBB MFXDS Grkexvilij:, I)i:i,a ahio KXfJI.ISlI } ' .ll ' .r.,l. Coin mission : Oririilnlloii Cdiii iiiitlfic : Sullivan A icard Committee ; Cliurcli and Chapel Comriiittee; Friends of Art; Q.V.; House Presi- dent; English Club; Tanz Zirkel; Briar Patch; Development Committee; Secretary of Student Gorennnent ; Christmas Bazaar. Cathy . . . long vacation " my mot her thinks he ' s nice " . . . listening to reconls . . . Thangies . . . backward glances in mirror . . . ' ' please hand me my nose drops ' " . . . tyjiing minutes, time typing . . . Original Pig . . . Of NlHiMi N ¥Tyi kEl EDITH JUDSON NORMAN Louisville, Kentucky religion Classical Cliih: Treasurer of Class; (ilee Club; Orientation Coannittee : Paint and Patches; Auditorium Fund Committee : Cliristmas Ba- zaar. " Edic " ' . . . " and what would YOl ' do with long, skinny legs ? " . . . literary expert, especial- ly where A. A. Milne is concerned . . . naturally turned hair ... an interesting method of follow- ing rules to the letter ... a constant source of amusement to her friends. XAX ELIZAH1:TII O ' KKKFFK Nkw Rociiei.i.e, Xi:w York I ' sYciioi.or.Y Glef Chill. Trt ' dsurcr : S fcrc I ari nf Clitxx : SpiinUli Club: Y.W ' .C.A. ( ' „i,i iiii ioii : Q.V.: Sociology Club; Onciihilion Cain luillci ' : liilrr- Dorw : Y.W ' .C.A., Senrlnnj : Y.W ' .C.A. Cahl- III I : W ' lirlil . ffitirs Club: Chun; Muinj: I kiah r. l ' ( M ; ell rixiniiiy Hiizuur: Vdrxilij Untkvij. ■ ' Xiiii " . . . " Hi. Iidlll " . . . tiiluiliius iiifiniiiy for addresses . . . an iiiiiiiistakal)K ' New York accent . . . (iiniiiscicnl cdiicciniii.f matters on campus . . . elite smile and Tea ly laufrli . . . sympathetic ear . . . THl StMO C4ASS XAX( ■ ANXK (»i;i) Al.KX AMil;i , X ' lUMM A i ' svin()i,()i;v (lice Cliih: ) ' .ll ' .r..l. Ciiiiiiiii.ssiiiii : Srcn-hm of Chisx: Srrrrhiri iil .liidiruil lionnl: ( ' ii-clniir- iiiiili of .Midi- (luilil: Socloloilii Chill : Loss Cliiiininiii : Tun I ' hi : Chrisl inns linznnr; Minj Courl : Bkiai! 1 ' ai ' ( ii. Nancy . . . sparklini: Mue eyes — and i . those laslies ! . . . ' hout as lii as a minute . . . lihishes easily . . . |)ictiii-e oT piTl ' eition in looks and ways . . . hard worker . . . music lo er . . . " poor dear, she ' s tireil " . . . admired lor i;enerositv. BHHH ngffHH BUffHUHIWHH JOANNA MAIJTIN PARKS New Haven, Connecticut political ecoxojiy Glee Club: News Siajf; Briar Patch ; ]Vorld Ajfnirs Club; Friends of Aii : Music Club: C lirisI iiKis Buziuir; Miii Courf. " Jo " . . . tall, slim, anil sleek . . . doesn ' t walk, just glides . . . s()|)histi( ' ated . . . the " duektail " ' hairdo . . . has a finger in every jiie . . . out for track? . . . just stepped out of Vogue. s w ' XH MiN FTYTV l fE BETSY EEYNOLDS PAPPOTT Knoxville, Tennessee religion I ' .ir.C.l. Com mission ; Ainis mid Asses. Betsy . . . " the Bird " . . . paradoxical . . . phi- loso[)her and clown . . . men, men, nien. . . . lieai ' tbreakcr and tlirt . . . long lost weekends . . . well developed vocal chords, es]Jecially when iii the telephone . . . " Cleaning, ladies " . . . her two best friends, Mo and Jo . . . beauty contest . . . 45 .lANK IIAVSSHX I ' KKRY WlI.MINCiTOX, Noifl ' II CAHDI.INA EX(i LI SH ' fiiiiz Zirkcl: Chapel C ' ontntitlee ; Social Coiii- inillcr. .laiic . . . thr iiiiK-li fii i(Ml rdiiuf ' s irallcry . . tiair for clullics . . . ilrv wit . . . imkIIcss date . . . lixiiiL, ' llu ' fTOod life ill W ' ilniin.Litnii . . ■ " Ilcy .Muiiiiiiah, ali ' iii i-uiMin ' Ihhiic tlii weekend " . . . .Soutliern from head to toe . . that car she kept behind the huslies . . . tlios sunshine slicets . . . " it was h vcly. just hivoly " ' . . . |)oise and perfection. . . I SiMO C4ASS KI.OKHXCK WAl roX I ' VE i;i:ii Hank, Xi: .Ikksicy liKI.UnoN Xi ' irs Staff; Y.W.C.A. Coiiimissiom; Cla. ' isical Club: Friends of Art; Orientation ; Briar I ' ATt H. " Flo " . . . elf-like with close ci-oiijied curls . . . that ' ' }: f . . . the black and oraii ' e scarf . . . easy to please . . . knitting constantly . . . even tenijiei- . . . always cute, sweet and jolly . . . BM ■inBWHHJinnnBBn VIKGINIA YKI!(iKi; IJOIiP. Grossk Point, iliciiicAX JIATHEJIATICS CJitssical Club: Briar Patch; Xeirs Strijf ; ( ' urrlruliiiii ( ' i iiniiillre : ' iirslh llock-i ' i . " Giiiny " . . . Dr. Potatoes . . . hi- II I ' Vfi- so humble, there ' s no place llli ' e Micliif dii . . . sleek pageboy . . . the typist in 1 Academic . . . can always find her in the Stu G room . . . amazing how slie lives otf of cokes . . . subtle wit. Of A lN lt «FTYTV I eE ANN SAUNDERS Memphis, Tknnessee government Fri ' iirh Cliih: )Mr.r..l. ( •oiii missions : . tiiilor ] ' riir III Fi-iiiive; World Affairs Club; May Vourl. Ann . . . French with a Southern accent . . . c(isiiio|i()litan . . . satiric humor . . . Left Bank- ish . . . bridge, bridge, bridge . . . desire to be State Senator. . . 47 .MARY IirXTKR SLOAN (iRKKNVII.I.E, Soll ' Il CaHOI.IXA HKl.KiloN ) ' . y.( ' .A. f ' ( » .wio;i.s-; Spiniixh Club: Soi ' uil Comniillff : Musii ' I ' Inh, I ' l-t-sidfiil : Mny Qiwi ' ii. " Poll.v " ' . . . W. ami L.. T. Va.. etc., etc., . . . always culliiifr classfs . . . aiijit ' lif (looking) . . . ciiarm . . . wavv locks and pink ihccks . . . that fascinating Southern drawl. THI StMO C4AS$ ( AI. ' ol.VN A-:K S.MITIi Bai.ti.mokk. Makyi.a.ni) lAiil.IslI Miisir Club: Frriirh Club: . i-irs Stuff: f ' lussi- nil Club: Hiii liyli Club. Trciisiiri ' r. Carcilvn . . . riirid schedule, especially for the minute details . . . c ' onsi ' ientious . . . ' ' Sweet liriar, Sweet Briar, flower fair .., " ... noise warnings . , , " vanilla, please I " 48 .MAi;V IIKLEN STA(i(; liKIDCKl ' OHl ' , C ' OXNECTirUT (. ' OVIsHNMKN ' l ' (llec Club: .Vc» ' x Shiff: Music Club; Orieiila- liiiii : Choir: Cluiii; Muiig, Treasurer; World Affair. ' i Club: Cliristuid.s Bazaar; Briar Patch; Varsili Hockey. Mary . . . tlie littlest Anjjel . . . ' ' Ait you sure lie won ' t be too tall? " . . . iiciitiu ' ss . . . liates anythiiitf t-oiifusing . . . ifreat one for organi- zation . . . toueh of wanderlust . . . ambition to speak with Brooklyn accent . . . tifteen pairs of knee socks for Cliristmas . . . laughs at break- fast . . . " Put this thing in that thing over there. " i iiN llFTYTU fE v - BETTY BLANCHE THOMAS Charleston, West Virginia FRENCH German Chib; French Club: Classical Club; Treasurer of Senior Class. Betty ... a " parlez-vous Fran(,ais " " student . . . and loves it . . . funny in her seriousness . . . " a little bit independent ' " . . . sense of humor that brings on a painful case of giggles . . . combs and straight blond hair . . . striped pa- jamas . . . rare gift of intellectual curiosity . Hii I ' ATlvMC ' lA AX TIGIU-: Pki ( ' ::ion, se v .lEKf KY AMICHK AN " HISIdliY .VcH ' .v ' S (( ; l ' .)l ' .r..l. L ' uiiiiiiixsiuiis; J ' itsoiiiicI Coniniitlee ; Orieiilation ; Audiloriuiii Fuiitls: French Club; II a ndhook and Key, Edilur; World Affairs Club: I ' hl lirtu Knpim. I ' iitti . . . mouse . . . l -tnwii ' s |iarty I ' atti . . . ■■:ini|iliilii( iis is llic fur seal " ' . . . inartin is . . . ' ritiaii . . . " at tliirty-tliree with tiic uiiixcrsc " ' . . . iircsidi ' iitial platt ' orni . . . cherul) . . . " al- wavs wear ]iiir|)le 1 ' " . . . " Next Tiiaiii Sf,riviiijr " . . . three huiiih-eil (hiv woiHJer diet . THl StMO C4ASS i li;Kl.A. ii KIFFIN Tl I IsKi; X ' liidiMA I ' )I:a(II. ' iiii:iMA IIISI ' OKY ) ' . ' .( ' .A . Ciiiii itiissiiint : J uniijr ) ' e(ir In France; Tan I ' lii : Ainix and Asses: Musir Club: French Clnh: World Affairs Club: Mai Courl. ' " Kirk " . . . faliukius tales ol ' Euinpe. iiioinitains and slet ' piiifr hafrs . . . I ' dweis Mochd . . . special love for tile DKE House . . . eternal horrower ... a niacleuiiiiselle with a SoutluTM ai-i-ent . . . helle of The Bearh . . . that . ll-Aniei-ieaii girl . . . hiains plus de illllent. IflHH AxNN IIUHST VLKKKHOMK Lancasthk, Ohio RICI.KilON Glee Club; I ' .ir.C ' . -i. Commissions ; Choir; Altar GxiiU; Classical Club; Y.W.C.A., Treas- urer, y ire-President ; Friends of Art : Tnu Phi; I nter-Doriii. Aim . . . riiion Theological St ' ininary . . . liev worthwhile activities . . . Beta brother ... a liulTs eye for subject matter . . . serious thinker . . . dignity . . . intrifjiiins ' personality . . . famous for friendliness . . . knows what to say at the rifrht time. Of NXH MiN fjyi k£l CONSTANrH WKHLY WAKELEE Chai ' I-aqiia, New York ART Judicial Board; Orientation ; House President; Tan Phi; Friends of Art, Secretary; World Affairs Club: Tuiiz Zirk-el: Ilockeij Varsitij; Basl-etball Co-Head. " Connie " ' . . . short yellow j;yni-suit and blue gym shoes . . . " (;ol]y " ' . . . big grin when Dave is mentioned . . . lecogiiized from afar by her springy walk . . . understanding and interested in other ' s problems . . . great enthusiasm . . . learning how to cook for Dave . . . will never grow old. ELIZAB] ' :TH .MATHEWS WALLACE ( ' nAifi.i:si(iN. We8T Vihoinia KKI.KJIOX r ,(.v.s- I ' rrsiilfiil : Cliiiirli mid CIniprI Citiii- iiillh-r: ()rin, ali(jii Uend: Until uf Ma, Diuj : IJ.V.: Chris iinis Bazaar: ) ' . V.C.. . Cahiiirl : Tan: Z rl:rl : { i I ' atcii ; Fririids of Art : llnuxc I ' rrsidi ' itl : Scirs Staff: Hrniiihler ; J)f- ridiiinaciit ' nni iiilt trr : Tau I ' lii. ■ ' l ()lly " " . . . " tluit ' s a piui. luiii " " . . . iii-aiii;r ciiTics for Oricntatidii . . . iiispiiini; ' cliiipcls . . . Koc)la l( oil New YearV Eve ... " I left my ttliitt ' kid ' lovcs in liis far ' " . . . scarf ami inat at ' A) . . . cliaiii ladoii with charms . . . always smiliiiff ... a liviiijj cxaniple of lilicrai arts. THI StN 0 C4ASS .loSi ' M ' illXK I ' .I. ' OW N WELLS KiNdsvii.i.i;. Tkxas i ' i!i; (ii Sjiaiiisli Ctuti: Friends of A rt : d iiiiiur Year in Fniiire: French Clut): Vice- J ' resident : F(irt ' if n Aff ' airs Cluh. " Jay " . . . little sister . . . aliiiust a Parisian Miss . . . irentle. soft voice . . . ' •Hi. you all " ' . . . sweet and sincere . . . always at loose ends . . . facilitv ill laii ruajres . . . discoordinatioii. EM % jA jf ' . JANE LOU WEST15R()()K Troy, New Yokk ENGLISH iUfv ( ' lull : English Cltib, President; Friends of Arl : liilrr-Cluh Council; Curriculum Com- ndtiee; Music Club. Jane . . . fresh air fiend . . . sul)tle sense of humor . . . have to know her to appreciate her . . . serious . . . those magazines at the Inn . . . perseverance . . . the fine arts. Of NlH MiN ¥Tyi kEl (;E()lt(;iAXNA (OUUTNEV Wll.LAIvM) Augusta, Georgia ENGLISH Y.W.C.A. Commission : (li ' nnun Club: l ' iinl and Patches, Secretori uml Vicc-I ' n ' sidcnl : Briar Patch, Editor: EniiUsh Club: Hidimj Council; World Affairs Club: Tuu I ' hi: Muij Court ; Bninihler. Courtney . . . " Max. you sly puss I " . . . intimate friend of Elizalieth Drew . . . part-time T. S. Eliot . . . prickly pear . . . " Larry liivcd nu ' . hut he went on sabbatical! . . . The Wuin luf Tail . . . " Editorial we . . . we " . . . " Tit WiUowy . . . our princess in a tower . . . " derivitive, aren ' t we? " . BEVERLY WILLIAMS HocHESTKR, New York AHT Hki M! Patch ; French Club ; (llrr Club : Friends of Arl : CInssinil Cliih: Vorl,l Affairs Club. " I ' v " ' . . . lived mIiiiic iiliil IdVcd it . . . l)cii ltit ' iil hands (always polisliin r her nails) . . . Trail- ing; jrif. ' j; ' ' ' • • • ' ii ' i ' l iihoiit " IKE " " . . . alwavs discussing Bermuda . . . so very feminine . . . lovely fompiexion . . . tiie " Lake " . I StN 0 C4AS$ TElv ' ESA I ' lTTlKi; WOOD San Antonio. Tkxas khi:n(ii Frnirli Club: W ' orlil Atfiiirs CIiili; Siittnisli Chih: En jlish Club. " Tessita " ' . . . " " little girl ' ' voice . . . mug ol ' collVe every morning in Student (Jovernment h ' oom . . . soft, curling hair . . . here ' s a Texan without a Texas accent . . . mad for Middle- hury . . . those big innocent eves. k ' Jt: . r •♦■■.«. » ' ,»v.r.i- ' ■• •■ JANE KAXDOLIMI YOK C ' hat!lott::svii,i,k, ' ih(;ima (iOVEliNMKXI- Glee Club: Orieulfdian : Titiiz Zirkcl; liiiliinj Council: ]?ki. k Patch: Music Chili; World Affairs Club. " Jaiiie " " . . . " Yot ' -Yoe " ' . . . iiu ' iliciiii ' iiian . . . " iive-day boarder ' ' . . . her tliree main jiaiiis . . . little blue nightie . . . scales . . . Wedding Consultant . . . Knit-wit . . . stabilizing in- fluence . . . considered the Mesta of Charlottes- ville. Of NlHiiliN ¥Tyi kEl MAKILYX WELLHOKN YOKAN AVashixgtox, D. C. FRENCH OriciiliilioH C iiii iiiillcc : S cc re ht r 1 iif Iiiler- Diiriii ; Bum Chuiu : Kiiciitl Coiinuillee : French Club; Briar Patch; Vursili Hockey: Dunce Group; Co-head, Chrifitnuic Bazaar; May Courl. " Dickie " ' . . . " Honey-Bun ' " . . . every inch is packed with dynamite . . . miniature bouncer of the Social Committee . . . Littlest angel of the Bazaar . . . Navy Junior . . . " Tale of two Crests " " . . . Chung! . . . L " etudiante franc;aise . . . hot fudge sundae. Lulu . . . " going to Anna])olis at daybreak y " ' . . . one semester sab- batical at Connecticut Colleire. . . sTiJEHs FROM mm PAULETTK DUCATHZ. France AOXES GOLDIK. S.-ntlaiHl GEKDA MIIIOIJL ' , Austria JOHANXK SACHS. Denmark -.. " F Y ■ u l nff i M 9W K± 1 A.. HFVIT w mm lillllW b: - lil 1 1 M B If fill - ' ' H 0 1 " xl ' 9 ,; ;.: ' ■■ " ■ ' f " ffp )j:. :w ' . .. , . . ,,, : .■»- p VZiH . ' ' i K 1 ' - - « «. jFjjWMgKJBt P ' ti L . wv ; -c m hH i m 1 si jMiMtfli H (■ 7 id y i Ul: Stoddakp, in-f uhnil ; 2v(iiii,i;. si-nc aii : ' a Tassi:i,, dVc irrsiilciil , WattSj treasurer. 1954 Xot qiiitt ' contcnttMl with wliiit wc lunc and always lnokiiifi I ' nr iiioi ' c. wc jiiniois look to the Golden Stairs and tlic sniior parldi- with i;ii ' aiiis in our eyes. A ' e caiiiiot fcir et. lio V( ' ei-. the fun of beinji a fjeniiiiie upperclassniaii, liaviiij; ' a new sister class, the IVstixe Christinas hazaar. put- ting out TllK Hhiak I ' A-ri ' H, and linally getting our senior I ' ings. We have oui ' majors, the facul- ty are i ' riends as well as piTifessors. and in the last six weeks of the yeai ' we had a feeling of honor and dignity as we saw our new student officers in action. A ' e have t-onie a long way in three years and we have decided that the " Briar Patch " i.s a very nice place to he. p» THE JUNIORS Ii ' rTIt Al.DKN AxNE Alderman Anne Allen M (;:i m;n Andrews Joan Anson liOUISE AriiRKV Susan Basskti ' .lil ' l liKN ' NiriT l)iiiii:i:x BooTri .Mai!v Annk Bo«ns I,()risK I?i;a di:s SM!AH BlWrHAUGH Erlkni) Carlton Joan I ' ha.mmeri.ain Babbaea Chase Anx Collins Nancy Cornwall Jean Croker Margarkt Chowlet PAfiE Croydee Margarkt Davison ( ' arolic Dili.ow Nancy- Edwards Lamar Ellis ' I- -s v ■■ d of) FIFTY-FOUR Wk mm THE JUNIORS M ak(;aret Imvari I. ' diun Fkaxcis l. ' rin Fryu S M.i.Y (Jam 1() I I:AN (ill.I.ESIMK Ai.ai: li.MiTixci N " am I Hay I ' jisMtivm IIki.m .MAi!(;iiKr lli ' i ' i ' i.KY .Mai;gai{i;t Iluiiii.s Mi:iU IIoDGES ] ' k(i(!Y IUi fakkr m 00 - Hattie Hughes Vaugiian Inge MaK ' I ' UA IsDALE Mary Dallis Johnson Margaret Jones Jane Keating Harriette Lin eberg er Barbara Mathews Xancy Iaury Ann May Mahy Li:e McOinxis Margaret Moht.max FIFTY-FOUR THE JUNIORS " w Gwendolyn Moie Jkan Mokris I.YNN iloHRISSKY .1(1 NlCI.SON M uv IIii.i. Noble |{()SAi.iE Ogilvie Hakiiara Pinnell FAirii IIaii.mi;i! Fi{AN( Ks Kkksic A[aky Ann Hobb Ma in .Iank IJoos SrsAN Scott v Anne Siiefkikld Cynthia Sinclair 15 i ' ;T ' t ' 10- H A H(j N Smith Helen Smith Jeanne Stoddart Ann Thomas Victoire Took MeBRILL UNnERWOOD Carole Van Tassel Elinor Vorys Elizabeth Walker Ann Walsh ' )fiik ' Aj FIFTY-FOUR imi THE JUNIORS CoNsTAxcE Watts FiAHiiAKA Wi lson Xot pictured: r;irlli;i Dabiicy. raii;arct ifon-is. .Toy Parki-r. .Inan Potter. AT ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY ANXP: BltooKK POLLY VAN PEENAN AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PARIS LAlMfA GARNEI! JEAN MANNING i S« »3ai r- .y-mf .i:jam« " y»i Left to riijlif: Lawton. DouTHAT. ireii.surer. " Every time a freshman sees me sitting on the Sopliomore Wall . . . " Finally you can shout this at the top of your lungs, for you are no longer " green " and you certainly do not feel out of place. This year May Day was your big project, and in the typ- ical " 55 way you tackled it with successful enthusiasm, making it a wonderful weekend for all of us. Your participation in so many campus activities made you more than ever a part of Sweet Briar, and your class spirit kept you out of the proverbial " Sophomore Slump. " You are doing big tilings for the " Briar Patch ' " and you are doing thcni in a big way. pre-sideiif ; Grken, ptcsidi ' iil : I ' l. 1955 ' " ' ■. ' ; THE SOPHOMORES psr- 1 f ' m " " " »» LixDA Adams IIei.ex Addingtox IIaurii ' .t Adiclson " IsAiiEi. Anderson X ANcY Anderson ( iRETCHEN Ak.MSTRONG l Ai!it i; Haiih I )illt() ' ril V F. AN NISI I K l IIHVN i ' ii;Al(D Fii ANTES Bee I. SrsAXNA I ' .i.KNAUII I ' . Mill I!A I ' ll. (K (il.AnVS lioNDURANT Amsox I ' .RUNER Mary BrRoiiAN Kathleen- Button Catiikhixk ( ' aoe IJUTII ( ' A.Ml ' liia.L Dorothy t ' AXDLER VlliGIXIA (!|[AMBLIX Nancy Clavp Carol Clakk Alice Cleaves Pamela Cojii ' ton Carolyn Cooper Emily Coxe LucRETiA Crater Carol Ci-rciiixt Gail Davidson Jane Diluy F I F T Y - F I V E THE SOPHOMORES lO ' (It i Xaxcy Douthat I IAXK DhoTKT Lyxwooii Kvaxs Joan Fankiiaiser Hebecca Faxon Jane Feltus Lknoha FmvciA X ' liiiiixiA Finch I ' lAini U( A (lAlil ' OHTII Hirnv (Jim. Sm.i.v (iii,i.i:si ' ii-; SUK (loDl-KKY Xeli.a Ghay KthKI. (iRICKN Joan Gvaltieri AnNK IlAliUKLI. El.l .AUKTII II AHIilSOX M IMII A IIhDIC.M A I ' ll YI. LIS IIkKXDON l. ' ullIX lIlHSTKR l A ' riii:iiiM-: Howe Di.wK Hunt K.MIl.Y IIUNTKR Ax. JlCFFERS DlANIC .lolINSOX .loAX Kei.i.s jKAXpyi ' TE Kenxedy AXX ' E KlI.BY (JlOOUdlA IvNOHEOCH GiiASE Lane fi F I F T Y - F I V E ISA THE SOPHOMORES Sue Lawton Jaxe Lindsky ilARY Love FHA ( i;s M AKIilliY I )i;i!ini.i. Mayhank I ' ATliK I A McCl.AV I KiiAi{A MiLamu Maih ' Amamia M( Tmiinia FHF.IIKHIK M I ' HinMAN Paihiiia Mkyki! K .] .. ] :t Mii.i.i:i{ M nv l ' i)vii Mriin Y Ma)!V Myki! Saka Ohehi.ix BCRNEY PAltliOTT Kathleen Peici-les Claha Pkeiffer Parhaha Pi. ami Lydia Plamp Elizabeth Rector jMarcia Hh()1)?;s Catherine Koheet.s Evelyn Sanders Betty San ford Trac(H ' e« Saunders Suzanne SciiiMiu Susan Seward Mary Simpson Uexis Siner Patricia Smith F I F T Y - F I V E mfi THE SOPHOMORES % ilAKoARKT Space Betsy Sticvexs Phkston Stockton AniHKV Stoddard Mkiia Sii{i:it Sai.i.y Sthoth-Max Simn.KV Scti.ikk ( ' ll Altl.OTIK ' I ' a VI.OI! I ' ! i II. ' I ' 1 1 DM I ' soN M MiV ' ri;i:v(iK I ' A ' lHIl lA TrCKKK Dianm; " hi!Ni;y AdKI.I: YoOKHKEtS Kl.lsi: W ACHEXFKI.I) A.NiiKEA Wallace M.MfY .Iank ' iiitI ' :la AxNio Williams t ' AMILLl ' : WlLI IAMS Lksliic Woods Not pictured: Newell Bryan. Carv P ' nx. Sally HucKiicr. Phyllis Joyner, Vida Radiii, Gay Eeddig, Alice Tlume. F I F T Y - F I V E mmammmmm Fii-.! 1, ' nir: I hii ' l Mi;iii. rnisiiii ' r : Apiilcqiiist. si ' rri ' lii ri . iSfvoiiil Hiiir: ' riiiimii ' i-. iri ' .sidnil : Tuiiii ' r. rici ' -prt ' siilciil . 1956 New and different . . . tliiit is what Sweet liriar was t(i yon. and tliat is what yon were to Sweet Briar. Throughout tiie year, howevei ' . all of us have notieed a mutual exehange : the ccdleu ' e has left an indelihle imprint i|ioii you. hut in tlu ' same ]ii-oeess you ai ' e a jiai ' t ol ' thai mark itsidf. Oi ' ieiitation was fun. classes wei ' e interesting; you had a iilienominal numhei ' on Freshmen Honors, a good issue of the Sii-rcl Bvinr News, and a great Freshman Show, ' i ' oui- eiiei ' gy to- gether with youi- spii ' it. and your aila|itahility eom- hine l with individuality haxc made vou a cUiss that is trulv " an honor to vour college. ' " THE FRESHMEN ■ - nib. ! ' l Eve Altshelek Patricia Ames Jeanne Applequist Barbara Bahcock Louise Bennett HaHP.AHA liKRXHAKI) .Iani; F.i.ACK Nancy Blanciiard LlCl Ul.ANI ' DX I ' J.I.EN BoKDl.EY 11 AlillAK BdYII Al.l.lSON BOYKIN Hauuara Bradshaw ( ' AlfOI. BlilCKENKlDGE I ' l Mill l! I ' .IKICK .low I ' .HdM N . iii:i.Aiiiic Brown I ' . ufiiARA Brown ( ' ah(ii BriiKi-: l ' ri. BcRNni M M(V Uriiw i:i.i. V. . :v: BrxTON .1 i:r ( ' ai.dwei.i. I )|A K Campui ' .el . K ( ' AliHOl.L Ij:o a CiiANC l- " , i;i.v CiiinsTi.soN M HTHA Cl.AY B l;ll M! ( ' (II. LIS ( ' atiieiune C ' OI.I UITT -Mlsiii: Ciioi ' ER Kaye ( ' iii;i:K. iORE Barbara Darnell Norma Davis Cakoi.yn Dickinson M.VKCiAKKT D.IKRF Clair?: Dowdy Felicia Duury Ann Dunn Butty Early Virginia Echols Mary Ann Edens Edith Edgerton Sarah Edgerton Jane Eisek Sara Enscoe Marlene Etienne Nancy Ettingeh Joyce Fackiner Lucille Ferguson Martha Field Joan Fisch Betty Forbes Tiielma Forrest Louise (iAi.leher Sally Garrison Elizabeth Garvey Louise Gault Marguerite Geer Frances Gilbert Ann Greer Molly Lou (iREER Ann Gross Carol Grupe Alice Guggenheimer Laura Hailey Helen Harris Mabel Harrison Ka ' iiierixk Harrison I hi Li S C ' CI t VtTj t i. ' -v JL is F I F T Y - S I X n THE FRESHMEN Alk Vax Hautmax Iary Axx Hicklin Gwendolyn Hoffman Anne Hooper Nancie Howe LorisF. Hunt Aw Irvin .lUI.IA JaiK80N Anne .Iacodson Ann .Tohdan Sai.i.y .li -i:i ' n Katiiiirink Kindred A ' i.ERii; KiNii M ahy Koonz l)i:ii( R ii Kransherg Hi. N( [ii: La.mmkrt .1(1V( i: I.KNZ I.I |i I EARNKHD ( ' (M!i:i.i. L r ' n;R l.oirii ' . I ii ' scoMn Jo Ann I. T ooTE ( ' rilEIMNi: LolTEUIlOS -M u Ai.K E .Major l.iii i i: M Ni)i:vii.i.ic M AR.lOltli: M ANOET Mai!v Ma i:i.i. .!(!( KI.VN Maviierry ' Sandra .M((i::i-. Mary Annk MiPherson Ki.izAiii:iii .Mi:adk Una JIii.ler Janet Monroe I ' OSE MoNTC.OMKRY Joan Mossey Mary ( ' ari ' i:r Nelson ViK(iiNMA Nelson IvATiiAiiiNE Newman Helen Ooden Mai{(;aki ' i ' OsiioKN Carolyn Pannell Elizabeth Parker x nne Parks Elise Parrish Peggy Pattillo Sii h;ifiivE PA ' n ' oN IIaey Pender Cathleen Pfeiffer Joan Phelps Ruth Philips Elizabeth Pierce Iris Potteigkr Paula Purse Nancy Register Caroline Robinson Edxa Rogers Nancy Chilton Margaret Rogers Martha Rowell Anne Russell Nancy Salisbury Frances Shannon nous Mary Siielton Rioi ' ty Jean Smith Katiiryn Smith Stei ' hanii-: S.mith Meredith Smyihe Nancy St. Clair Gretch en Stauffer Ann Stevens Byrd Stone F I F T Y - S I X THE FRESHMEN -. • I. J.WK Stheet SrsAN Ta I.BURT Gkohci TiioMi ' sox Lki.i A Tho.mpsox ilAKY TlIOKNTOX Ann Tierxey FliAXCES TlMBERI.AKE Iliillls TUEXT I ' J.I.A-I ' KIXCK TlilMMEH M AiMiiA Trumbork I I i:i,EN TUKXER Dduothy Urner lidl ' ISE Watsox i; ANs Watts .1 i: Way I ' I IA W ' li IIK S M.LY W ' li niii:R Ai.Mi: Wilkinson Annk W ' ii.i.i-- M i;i NN V I I.SOX IIei.kx Woi.fk Nof pirlured: Susan flay. Quince Evans, Xan Genziner, Hazel Herring, Elizabeth Hodgin, Sally Hyde, Barbara iiigalls. Carol Knisc. .Mary McGuire. Xauey Pickering. Joan Hot)erts, Sarah Sharp, Karen Steinhardt. Barbara TcllVr. Catherine Vi ' st. Jan Wight. F I F T Y - S I X ra V lCi ■ ' f ' •! " L.,MiA ei ai, )iM l ■, execuTm couhcil First Hun ( hallilirl ' laiii. I rrnsiirri srcri ' litri . Si ' COikI 1, ' oir: lluilsdii. Aulircv. AiiimIpii. 1 )a iilsoii. (frccn. Caiiti-y. CdUiiis. Cliai Tliinl Walla. Collins, (iravrs. Kill. v. STOOeHT Sweet T riav ' s Student (Jovernnient. since its e(inee|iti( n in I ' -IOd. has heeii a rnnslantly , ' rowinir ami vital part (if (iiir college. We. the students, have been given nnire and n ' .ore indivi lurtl res])onsiiiility. and our Student (iovemnient has emerged as a reilection of our ability to acceiit these i-es])()nsil)ilities. Our eollege tunitions aiv under a tri-paitite system of " s|)lieres of authoritv ' " which includes a student sjihere. a .joint faculty-student s|ihere. and a laculty sphere. The students deal with most non-academic matteis through the pj. eelltiv Council, the inter-Club Cmincil. the Judicial Board, the Intcr-Dorniitovy Council, and the standing committees, while the joint raculty-student matters are handled by College Council either its executive or judicial ca])acity. Students have an opportunity not oidy to meet with faculty alone but also with alumnae, nu-mbers of the Hoard, and faculty on .bijnt Council. This uni(ple body has no jiower of action but serves the xcrv vital function of discussing niatlci ' s of mutual i-ouciu ' n. i!ut Student (io eniinent has a more all-encom])ass- ing scope of intUicnce than these councils. Each of us at Sweet Hriar is a nu-ndicr of the . ssociation. and its resjionsibilities are ours collectively and individually. Sweet l riai ' s Student (Jovernment is in turn a member of the National Students Association. This larger organization functions on three levi-ls— local, national, and international. Through this organi- zation Sweet Briar exchanges ideas with other colleges and universities and expresses stmlent o|iiiiion. Without a definite and recognized basis (d ' truth, the effectiveness of Studi ' Ut (io ernnient wcudd lie lost; therefore, we have an Honor System. To become nuunbers of Sweet Briar ' s Student Covernment Associat i in. we pledge ourselves to take full responsibility for the maintenance of -tlie highest ideal (d ' hiuior " here. This ideal applies to every phase of college life, and in all phases a Sweet Briar giiTs w(u-d is her bond. It is up to her to ilecidc in many cases what is the riirht thing to do, but she must truly believe in what she does in order to jnstify the conlidence placed in her by our system of Student Governnnnt. Student (iovernment this vea ' - has striven to obfiin student (ipinion on various issues such as honorary clubs by means of student polls. We have effected a paitial reorganization of the Kxeculive Council to make for more efficiency and a better representation of the four clas.ses. We Jiave endeavored to strengthen such vital organs as Inter-Club Council and till ' Auditorium Fund Committee in order to make them more effective. Toilay as in otlier vears. the ilig)iity and honor of student government, and the inherent individual and community responsibility are principdes in which we belicvi ' — the freedom they bring and the thought and experience they give. 80 JUDiCm BOARD Firs Row: Vr . .Mrllm. U ' crsc. Kin.li. Srrdiiil ft ' iiir: .loliiisoii. 1 1.. l ' laiii|i. ]?.. IvMiicios. Ord. Cruvilcr. ( i:iiiiiii(iii. GOHRHmHl iHUR ' DORMITORy COUNCn Hodges, H.. Sutlitf. Coiniiton. I la lcgnivi ' . Moiive. K.. Armstrong, .lohnsoii. D.. (r, ( .- Faxton, Walker. Van Tassel. Planip. L.. Smith. H.. Wallace, A. 87 au FirsI Eoir: Frve. ( ii;irr. pi isiilnil : Vlorcliuiiic. ricr pri ' idnil : O ' KccllV. si-nrlmi . Srcitiiil 1, ' oir: Aiiilcrscjii. X.. u v. Sanrunl. (iil.sdii. Isdale. Tinker. Sniilli. II.. i ' armtt. Betsy, Fuller, Nc-lsoii. J. CABmer y.w. COMMiSSiOH H£AD$ ran-iitt. Betsy; (iibson, Parrott. lluniev; Sanlonl The Sweet I ' ) rial- VWCA seeks Icj lehlte ( ' lllist inility t(i every plliise ol ' (dllefie life. Tile " V " ( ' illiiliet is ill elliirj:e ill ' the iiianv and xai ' ii ' d aeli ities in its prdizrain wliieli e(i ci-s tlie ' " worsliiii. study. aetidiT ' eiii|ihasis nt tile Xatiuiial ■ ( ' A. Sunday e eiiin, i ' es|iers are a favdrite |iait (d ' tlie Collenv wwk. Tllese services aiv led liy Sweet Uriar students and (lei-asidiially liy students rrom neiulilKn-iii- e illeiies. Alscj. daily devntiniial sheets eonipiled hy students eneuura-i ' jirivate niedital imi. An inlornial Piilde Study ::inu|i meets (in Sunday aftern is. In UKintidy inee1in;;s, tlie lour ( ' (iinniissions, Cliristiaii Faitli and iierita. v. { ' .■rsonal (ii-owtli. Social i;es|Hinsihilitv. and World U ' elatedness. provide opp(Mlunities to discuss vital topics in these four areas, rvoin the Christian point nf view. .At the hefiiiiniuf;- of the year the freslnneii are f;iven a warm welcome hy the Orientation Committee and helpeil to feel at liume throughout the year. Orientation ineinhers are on hand to ,nive advice to their little sisters and help to generate seliool s])ivit in every way |iossihle. Parties and the personal touch are the key ways in which Orientation operates. Our weekly visits to sevei ' al scliocds in . iuhcrst County are our e ]iressioii of community spirit. Songs, dance.s. games, and i-ratts are the center of interest tor these class project.s. l. ' eligious Emphasis Week was a very meaniugrul exjierieuce in Christian growth. Two visiting speakers, daily chapels, intoriual discussions, and personal conferences gave us an opportunity to discuss and develop our Christian convictions. Conferences throughout the vear relate the Sweet Briar " ' Y " to student " Y " s " ou other campuses. C l, First Roil : Aniistrong. Auilerson, N., SandiTs, E., Hunt, iluliliiiaii. Kercmrl 1, ' oir: Van Tassel, Beard, Douthat. Wallace. Cooper. V.. Italnnt-r. West, Jluyliank, I-Cennedy, Faxtnn. 77; - , ' - ■.■ JIcLamh, Hueliner. Isdale, HediMuaii, Nelson. .1.. Hohlis. Inge, hairl : Lane, Sutliff. Bell. (iarf.irth, Pfeitler, C. McTlienia. Fuiiiili h ' oir: Tucker, P., Sniitli. P.. Stockton, Merriinaii, tiryaii. Space, Coxe. Planij). L.. .Tetl ' ers. Kelts, Hunter, Trevor, Taylor, Williams, C, Godfrey, Willrr. I!., Sanford, Howe. K., Huflaker. Cliamlilin, Booth, Parrott, Burney ; Murray, Lindsey. 89 ORiBNTATiON C0MMiT7££ L Cl.l . The Q. ' . " s are niombers of tlic soi lu)more class, elected l)y tlie class l)y secret l)allot in tlie Fall. Tlieir purpose is two-fold. Firstly, they try to encouraf e enthusiasm in all phases of ul- lege liff so that each girl in tlu ' sophomore class will look for- ward with anticipation to the reniainiiij; years at Sweet Briar. Secondly, they try to make each individual aware of her sense of responsibility and participation in all class activities which will he reflectea in each sophomore and will last throujjhout her col- leg;e years here at Sweet Briar, the names of the Q. V. members are not announced until Sprini; step-singini; and people are not always aware of the actions of Q. V. because it is felt that it can work far more eflectively if it works quietly. The value of the work of q ' . V. can not be measured in an individual ac- tion, but liy the resultin ; class attitude, in the Sophomore year especially, and also in the .luii ior and Senior vears. ■I - , ' ' -» ImIIiv. Irivoii. i;.. I ' l;iiii|.. 1... i.niii ' . ( |itniii. ri,iin|i. H. Scciiiiil h ' oir: Sanford, 1)()11|Iki1. I ' iiircit. I ' .inncv; Fiiidi. I ),i idsdii. .Min ' rav. First h ' oir: Stoddai ' t. Iiec.se. Chamherlaiii. Muliliiiaii. frojid Hoir: Booth, TJoos, Walker. Five, Oailvie. Bm CHUMS Til is nil ' I ' l ' y (.M ' ou ]i. the " iiiitdriiiiis ton. ' " provos that (■iiarit can lie licnolicial to tlidsc uIki it ' wi ' MS Well as Id those who rccl ' ivr. Till ' chlh su|i|iiii1s a niciiinlain scIimo] hci ' c in ' ii- iiiia with thf |ii-iir(Ti|s I ' l ' diu the ll(ili hiy Inns anil lunii ' ssioiis Ifiini tho afiiins nikr inai-liinos on iain|iiis. Thr charity arti i- tios III ' this uion|i ilii not stiip at the Swoot l riar -atr; thrv si|| pint the l. ' nl Cross hloiwliniihi ' i ' anil tho Aniliprst March ol ' Diims 1 )i ' ivc. It ' s I ' ll II a ml wcl I worthwhile to ho ahli ' to say ■ " ilalli ' lujah. I ' m a Hum I " ' First lloir: ' lri . Imm, . .idlniMin. I .. ( ' (jlliiis, A., Exnicios, President; Nelson, P, Guerrant. Second Boir: Old, Kuatiug, Cautt ' y, Hudson, Willard, Wallace, D., Collins. J. Third Row: Wakelee, Hutter, Tucker, K., Croj-der, Hazlegrove, Eecse. TAO PHI Tiiii I ' lii is an JKiniirarv siicii ' ly III ' u |i |ii ' rilassnien I ' liundiMl Icir llii ' |iiir|)()so of iinilin; tlif lii ' St ideals of aiad I ' m i i- I I ' ad i t i on with those (.r Sweet Hl ' iar life. I ' .V hcildiiie- a nundier (if stinh-nt- f aeii 1 1 y d i s ' iissidii s a nd s|iiinsiii ' ine ' eiiesi speakers lhi nieliihi ' i-s hel|i to flli-thiT the exihaiiee of ideiis aiid (ijiinidns im jiertinent suh- jects (hirine " the yeai ' . CHUHO MUNGS ■■Anuinil tlic coiiut at ulil Sweet Briar, tliere is a group you slKiultl admire — " tlii.s song is clianted liy a grou]) of I:! uliostly seiiiiirs anil juniors wlio are aetive on campus tlirougle out the year sponsoring auctions for tlie Fund ' s Drive and tlie anilitoriiun fund and collecting clotlies cniitrilintions to send to the needy ])eople of Europe. The members of this upperclass henorary society are chosen on the liasis of their sclioid spirit and ((iiitrilnitioiis. They try lo foster this sjiirit and entluisi- asm among their fellow students towards community activities. Not the least of their activities is the annual fashion show given in the Spring wdiere they present their choice for May Queen. Then, too, the annuil soft hall game held at May Day between the Chung Mungs and the Tan Phis is the culmination of the friendly rivalry existing between these two societies. Staee-. a Tasseh (leilvie, liailey. Miller, C Courand. O ' KeettV. Bio|ihy. (iraves. .Melien, Stnihhirt. liol)hs. Firs Hiiir: ( ' Mrltoii. Moure, (iiccii. K.. Nni-irian. Srnniil Hiiir: .Mdlfll. Joyce. C ' liiiinherlaiii. Miller. ( ' .. pn-siilnil : Wilhinl. I ' .iisselt. 1-iltlejoliii. Third lliiir: Datuiev. Ai ' ev. Collins. .1.. I ' .iiilev. Mr. Freeiiiaii. Couriiiiil. Cniyder. .Vin.sdeii, Lowe. PAINT AND PAKNiS From the 18tli C ' eiltuiv roiiiedies oT (inldsiii itii iiliil Slwriilaii to tlii ' inoclern ilrMiiiiis of the Irish theatre rome the plavs wliieh torin the yearly re|)ertory of Paint anil I ' atelics. That no |n-oiliiet ion is heyoml the seo] e of thi ' ir amliitiims is revealed liy a quick look at the 1 ll. " )-» ' - 1 ' .I5: season. ' I ' hc |n-ot(-sion;;l polish which was attained in SUr Sludjis Id Cini iui-r, l.itdirs In h ' cli rriiini . and 77 r W ' hilr Slrnl is due not oidy lo their diictor. Dr. Freeman, hut to the ahilitv of the tduh to unite their diversilied talents into a conccrti ' d and successrul whole which would I ' ival the hest in Hquitv. In Fletcher during ' the afternoon, the ta])|iin.i;- of lianiniers. t he faintly reminiscent od(U- of paint, the murmur of lines heing rehearseil. the rush for " early ilinner. " " are all parts of pre-|]i-oduction week. And with the first strains of the overture, the late hours, the stage fright, the hard work, the hoit tempei ' s. are all forgotten in the ho]ie that the audience will surrender themselves to the grease ])aiiit world nf the thcali ' e where, as alway.s, -The play ' s the thill " ; ! " ' AiNTS AND ASSES It has hpcii said fliaf laii,uiitcr is llic wciild ' s l.csl iiiciliriiic With this in iiiiml the dijinihcd incnihiTs (it thi- Aiiits mid Asses hewhistU ' d and chid in iiunuirous attire saliri .e any and all phases of (■(iniinniiity life — I ' l-din the faculty in the Sweat Brow Blues to tile intellectual 1 )vainatic Cluh — and even the May (Niurt Jind P ' resliman Fashion Show are not overliioked in their hufoonery. A merry clan of nineteen clowns, they lend a coniii- Icit motif to the stei ' n I ' iu ' ors d ' academic life. Xeithei- hi ' ains. lieauty nor ahility to lead is the I ' riterion hut rather a spai ' kling wit and glowing sense of humor are the zeniths hecause it was for their " ]iersonality that they was picked " — Fh-sl 1, ' oir: ( ' antey. Behlen. (Jihson. Dawson. : I ly. prrslilnil : lludsiin. Stoddart. I ' arrott. Burney ; I ' arrott, I ' .etsy. Srn,ii,l lliiir: B.ropliy. (Ireen. E.. Chase. B.. Kwart. Black. . Tlilnl l!„ir: Tuckci ' . K.. Stockton. Klliott. Smith. I!. 1 ' ... ()i;ilvic. wm BHGUSH CLUB The uholL ' college joins the groiij) in lively discii ;- sions resulting from the movies sponsoreil hy tlie Chill. Ill the Cluh meetings, records. Imok reviews, and dramatic readings increase the memhers " appreciation of great literature hey on d the limitations of the class- rooin. . dinner in the re- fectory ill the winter and a ]iicnic at the lake in the sjiring adil to the fun and strengthen the link between faciiltv and student.s. •■( ' .v A ' o -; .Miinds. r.. - .1.. :!.:-:. i . iiing. Wihard. I .- ■ . Srroiiil li ' iiir: MniiMni. .Midlm. Francis, (ioldie. Catliii. Westlirook. jin-xidciil , Wood. T.. K ' oos. TliinI Utiir: .Smith. ( ' .. I ' crrv. ilodgcs. M.. I ' .iimliaiigli. Kvvarl. Miller. ( ' .. Kdwards. • ' (•.s7 Hull-: Muiul.-. t ' uinwall. I ' owiis. Alderin.iii. Srroii,! Iloir: P.lack. M.. Sanford. Ducale ,. W ' .-lls. Hodges. II.. prrxidnii : Vcriiey. Wood, Tucker. K.. Saunders. A.. Tiglie. Cihson. Th ' u-d H ' lir: . iisnii. Toof. Smith. (. ' .. Melleli. Joyce, ilirsch. Chamhlin. Woods. !)4 U C£RCLe fRAN AIS ■■On parle trani:ais ici. " ' and lieie i a hit of French culture right at Sweet Briar. Ill discussing French ideas, or in seeing jiictures of life in France the potential lin- guist acquires a lietter under- standing of France and her ]ieople. FirsI Roir: Duff. Slieffifld. (Jayle. prisiili ' iil : Kclls. lihuk. M.. O.ailvi Second Ii ' oir: t ' ouiaiKl. DalnH v. ' l ' sl. Lane. Fulli ' i-. O ' Kei ' tfe. Joluis. H CI OB ESPANOL pMili.r rail ra-ily tell llial :i riicL-tiii}. ipf llic ' (lull K-.|iaii.il i ill prii ro.-. Neil only is iiiir jiaiiisli |irac;ticc(l ami |ii ' ifci ' t( ' il. but Sijaiiisli fdlk -da iiccs ami f(ill -siiii ' .;s aic learned, and the iiieiiili. ' i lieiMiiie ar |uaiiit eil with Spaiiisli trailitinii. . ' 1 he Inter iiatiiiiial Christinas |iaiiy, witli the other lanjjuage diili . and the S|ianish imivie for the whole fumiminity are only two of the events of the year that the (lull Espaiiol sponsors. ' 1 lie weekly Spanish talile and the monthly meetings are a great help in every-day conversation. We ean feel that we are eontrilmting soniethiiij; to ovir (I I Xeigli- bor Poliey by our ell ' ort in the Club Espanol. J £R DEUTSCHE VEREIN Pajier ruii.s. cookies and a gallon of milk in Eaiidolph Parlor are sure signs that the (icriiiaii Club is about to lia ' e another open meeting. Ili ' i-f we hiive A chance to gain coiitiiiciital atmosphere as Wo share in the politics, itackgroiuid and traditions of the country. Conversation at the German table in the ri ' lVctorv and with various I ' aiiiltv inemliers and jiartie- ipatinii in the International Christmas Party have round- ed out club activities. Fu- l 11,111- : llh Mri. Ii.pif. Ihisscll. A. St ' coiiil h ' dir: Anderson. 1., IMindes, Faxtoii. prrsldnil : Streit. Anson. Thud llnii-: Darnell, (iuggeidieiiner. Sniitli. S.. Iliiniliangh. Ticctor. Jones. Lipscomb. Kooiitz. Kinu ' . mmmmmaKma WORLD AFFAIRS ecus Two years aj o the liitt ' i- natioiial Relations ami pu- litical clubs were merged tu form tlie iiiori ' vital World Affairs ( ' luh. The organiza- tion liolds frequent meetings which aim toward discussion and understanding of do- mestic problems. The Worhl Affairs l)ulletin board in Giay brings important news events to the attention of tiie whole college. Most of the meetings are open and the college may Ijenefit not only from the discussions but also from a variety of interesting and auf iioritativc visiting speakers. First How: C.iiin-. .1.. Klliott. Williams, f ' .. Matiiews. luge. Kennedy. Cliase. Kxiiirios. (Ia le. ( iiMiihii li. F,inl-;houser. Smitli. 1 . S,;;nnt L ' nir: Wakeire. I ' arks. .1.. .Mandevil!. ' . Walts. 15.. Cninwail. Kind)all, .MeKllresb. jinsiilfiil : Morison. ' i ' oe. I laniilbuT ' g. Hay. Saunders. TlilrJ h ' liir: Cantev. .lobnson. H.. Catlin. Mooily. Smith. II.. Hodges. .M. LeN ' ain. Croker. i. ' iKi-. O ' Keeie. Arala. Sla- ' :. Mrl )(inaid. (Jibson. wmo FirsI l:„ir: (;„odrieh. Rahmer. IIu.Imui. An,, ; il,.l,l, . Second Roir: Niorman, Kllis. Hirsch. Simpson, . neii. .Vildiniitou. AUDITORIUM FUNDS COMMITTFF " Kvcrv (Icil hi r counts. " tlie siy. f,,i ' tlicir yoal is nn Audi loiiiiiii. .Aftain, tliis year, dol- l;ns canu- ill fioiii AuditoriiiMi- I ' lMid sponsored pnijiMts siicli as :i sti ' ak dinner for everyone in I lie refeetory. an espeeially roii;rli and tough Sweet Briar footliall game, the saU- of eand- ii-d apples and jiop-eorn balls at llie -lunior Hazaar. and var- imis and sundry iiiojeots hy in- iliviilual girls. This year the t oiiiniittee launehed new suc- cessful projects liv selling lieiui- lifiil Sweet Hria ' r blazers and mugs, getting magazine sub- scriptions, and by the deejily ap- preciated work of our new " Sweet-tones. " as well as by special projects of several fac ulty members. The Ainlitoriuiii is on it.s wav! Fifsl Uuir: Ca e. -Moorlicail. Aiidii ' ws. prcsiilenl : Pyt-, ( ' ouraiid. Second Uoir: lauvv. Matliews. Aldeii. Smith. H.. Hobbs. Hetlev. soc oiooy CLUB . ltlHiii;;li llii ' V ai-i- known a- I III ' |Miii-.(ii- (if tbc moot i-iiint ami aiii ' il lii ' lil Irips fill- all the stililiait-. iiirm- liiTS of till ' Sociolo;iV Clul. also cnjov till- o|i|)iiit unity oll ' i ' i-i ' il ljy I lie nici ' tinjis tocx- rliall ir iilra olltsiilr of cla.S.S ami lii ' ai- alioiit ni ' W aspects of tlirir siilijiTt. Tlicrc is a iiicmlicrslii|i ri ' i|uii-i mi-nt of six liours in tlir 1 )i ' |iai ' tmi ' nt. but till ' iluli wt ' ic-omes girls who air not Sociology niaj- ors. The one thing they all have ill inmmiin is interest in tile piolijcni of today ' s society. CLASSICAL CLUB (Jreek and Latin students at the monthly meetings of the Classical Club partici- pate ill programs on classi- cal literature anil cultui ' e. Within this dull the torch of the ancient past is upheld with pi ' ide in tlie aehieye- meiits and influence of (ireek and IJuii ' an ciyilization. Vlrsl L ' uir: Kiser. Moir, Talbott. s.nnhi-, Tiun-r. Ali-liMrr. Sc i,ii,l li ' oir: Wilson. IJahnier. McThcuia. Ho ' ihs. llutlaker. iire. itlfiii : Carroll. i;ussell. . .. (irey. Fiducia. Thinl li ' iiir: .loyce. Brown. D.. Faxtoii. lijantoii. Smith. 15. (i.. Rogers. Smythe. Iluebner, Smith, C. ' 07 fRIBHdS Of ART Open to all students who are interested in fostering art at Sweet Briar, the Friends of Art organization has brought speakers, tilnis and exhibitions to the lani- ])us tliroughoiit the year. " Fashion through the Ages " was a local jii ' oduction ]iro- viding iiH ' inlier |iartic-ipa- tiiiu. ciinniniiiity ciitertain- nieiit and a iiiiiti ' iliutinn to the .Vuditdriiini Fund. Firxi Hiiir: ( ' ;i-.-, h ' lly. ( (lUiaml. KirkM ' V. Siiirr. ( dllins. .). Second h ' oir: Hodges. M.. .loimsdn. F... Callin. iianiilburg. Dulf. pn ' siilriit : (ioodrirh. Wake- lee. Saunders. Hunt. l-.. Parks. .1. Third Row: Merriinan, Trimmer. .Mandcville. (iodtrey. Isdale. C ' roker. Cornwall. Moldnian. Smith, r. First Roir: Gibson. Croker. Dillow. Wilson. Yo . Moody. Westbrook. Dawson. Brophy. Smith. ( ' ., Stagg. Second Row: Arata. Rogers, Stoddart. Behlen, Jones, Sloan, president : Brown. P.. Jliller. ( ' .. Tucker, K.. Bumbaugh Harting. Moorhead. Third Row: Gayle, Dunlap, Parks, J., Fuller. Shellicl.l. Poos. Bennett, Carlton. Hughes, Hay, Johnson, E., Joyce, Hodges, Saunders. . .. (iilles|)ie. S.. . ui)rey. 1)8 mS C CLUB The Musie Club is de- signed to create and stimu- late interest in good music (in camiius through its own piograms, Sunday afternoon listening hours, and visiting concert artists and leiturers. Sweet Briai ' s own budding virtuosos anil coloraturas de- velop ])oisi ' and coididence in perfornumi-e by contriiiuting to the monthly ]irograms. Cookies and counterpoint, both generously doled out, make for a pleasant evening at the meetings. ■■i;-.s llnir : Klli- , W acliciifclcl. Hdiiilinniit. (Jill, C ' oniptoii, Carroll, Steven , i ' ... !■ Sfi-uiiil h ' oic : Caldwel l, Fiducia, Trevor, Burke, Vorys, A., Eobb, M. A. t ' ouraml. ThinI h ' oir: ileClay, Yoe, president; Fackiner, Bell, Wilkinson, Garvey, Normal Foiiiili Riiir : (iualtieri. Strotlinian. Rlai-k, Wliitelaw, Clark, Watts, E., Bennett. Vift}i lioir: Teer. Bernird, Hu)nliavij;li. Lipsconil), O ' Keefe, Ord, Cantey, Mellen. Sixtli 11(111- : Miller, B., Altslieler, lluyhes, Register, Street, Hartman, Trimmer. •Seniilli liiiir: Thomas, B,, Timberlake, Thompson, E., Roberts J., CoUis, Smytlu Kiqhili Itoir : Kiser, Wallace, A.. .Tacobson, Burwell, Dillow, .Joyce, Anderson. ' illth Row: Cliristison. W ' bittier. Phillips, Apple(|nisf, Cilbcrt, V .. Herring. Kirkscy. .. ;ra . GLE£ CLQB Thr (;lc(.( ' lulMSrol]IIH,M.|| (if tlui.sc stuili ' iits jiosscssiiiji lalnit and imi 1 li ii.siiisipi uv (■li(]| ' al niiisic. Instrui-tidii in ;ir(iii|i sinjiiiii is rct ' civcil at wci ' kly iMi ' i ' liii is tlir(iii;;iiout the year witli a wide vai ' icty sIkjwii in till ' sciiTtions. Tiic (iicc Chill was iiri ' seiiti ' il in twti joint iiiiii-ri ' ts with the men ' s chill III ' Leiiiiill I ' lli- vcrsity. Till ' niiiiilii ' r ol ' stu- iliMits fdunil carli year in the rliih is ain|ili ' prdol ' that it i.s one of the most [loi iilai ' cluhs on the camjius. CHOIR The Sweet Briar I ' lioir is a select firou]! of 28 carefully chosen voices. Tlie choir pro- vides tlie iiuisic for eacli Sunday chiiri-b service throughout tlic year. In addition to its rclig- iiiiis activities, the choir pci- formcil in several iiciglibnring ritii ' s, Lynchburg and Koaiioke, anil iiinihined with the glee (dub of Lehigh University in a joint Spring concert — given both at Lehigh and Sweet liriar. ' I hr choir is under the able ilirectimi of (i. Noble Gilpin and nieet three times a week for rehe-irs- al. The candlelight Christmas service is one of the outstand- ing events of the j ' ear at Sweet Briar and is attended by Ixrth members of the college commun ity and guests from the outside. The beautiful voices combined witli the Christinas spirit to give us line of the most moving of 111! ' religious services. ■ ' V.s7 llnir: Enscoe, Vlerebome, Bropliv. prexideiii : Wakelee, Grupe. A] ' pk ' quist. Second Ii ' oir: (iillespie, Caiiton, Stagg, Moorhi ' ad. I ' ll i III lliiir: (iohlie, Walsh, Jovdaii, Bu.xtoii, Darnell, notl ' man, Wilson, Tieiit. Fiiurlli li ' oir: llodgp.?, M,, Ogilvie, Lnmlicrt, Pai ' i ' ott, Biirney. 0!) imm P£RSOHHEL Are voii woiidcriiig what sort of a job is open to you after graduation ? The Com- mittee on Personnel and Vo- cational guidance can help vou by publicizing informa- tion in fields of work and by bringing frequent speak- ers to campus for ])anel dis- cussion of the cip|ii rtuiiitii-s. Composed of a small group of both faculty and students, the Committee stresses grad- uate work and helps students in securing permanent or summer jobs. m W l:„ir: Char,.. Sinitli. P.. McDoiiabl. head : CUa .. lla . Scnniil lliiir: Tiglie. Jones. Walls. ' ,.. Fcltv. First Row: Broph}-, iloore, Rabiiier. I ' arks, J.. Gibson, (iraves. Iicntl : Sloan. Ldikr, I ' xidtli Kutton, Wakelee. Srcoiiil Ilrnr: (larfortb. IVrry. " " idker. Hunter. Smith. ! ' .. Cailt in. Ilovve. K.. ?Johl.iian. 100 SOCIAL COMMiTUe Heels and llnse is tile |iass- Udrd iif the Social Coliiinit- tec and the giia rd ia n s of ■ " that «cll-gi- 1 bjiik " Ixit b iilV a lid iii i-a in |ius. They work with I Jean ' s (jf- lice and Kxec in the admiiii- st rat inn of sncial regulations a- well, and are the last to hill our dates a firiii ami fund gcMid night. Till ' elforts of these active ladies are also ilirected towards jiroviding Saturday night eiiteitain- niiMit ami serving as floor i-oniiiiittees for Sweet Briar 1 lances. First Roiv: Howe, K., Gillespie, S., Elliott, he:id; Maury, Seward. Second Row: Beard, Voorhees, Jeffers, Mathews, Booth, Addington. Sutlilf. .lovce, ({arforth. Dillow. Smith. H.. Wallace. A. FUNDS COMMITUB With tlip laiiiHliin-dt tiie il li !■ I] y a " con cii t ion " calli ' d ill .Maiismi. Ilie slo- i;:iii " Cast ydiir pli ' dui- tor the I IK " ). ' ! Kiiiids Drive " scion lii ' c-aiiic ' laniiliar tci all iiii-iii- licTs of till ' c-oniiiiunity. In the rclVc ' tory lirij lit-coloivd plac-arcis sliowccl the pro;:rc ' ss in cciii t ri 11 u t i on s. as cai-li iliirni rac-i ' cl to fi-ac-h the hiiihc ' st pcrc ' cMi t a c . The c-onimittee, eoiiiposed of so- licitors for each dorm, works hard tli rcnii;hou t the year gettinu ' ancl collecting pledges. RiUif COMMITTEE The committee tills an important need in serving as a clearing house for all appeals for money and as- sistance which would other- wise be submitted individual- ly to each member of the Sweet Briar community. Each year through the Funds Drive the community brings over two foreign students, helps student groups get on their feet and also gives to the charity organizations. It is felt that through this giv- ing we are making our con- tribution toward a healthier and better educated jieople who in turn will help others. Fivsl Uoir: lirophy. KUiott. ( ' nuraiiii, licnd; Ilamilhurt; Second lluir : Collins. J.. Muhlman. Maurv. PHI 8£TA KAPPA Tliis yeai- marked tlie fouith anniversiry of the establishment of Sweet Briar ' s Phi Beta Kaji- pa chapter, Theta of Virginia. From the top ten percent of the class of ' 53 five seniors were honored with membership, elect- ed by the C ' ha])ter not only for their outstanding academic rec- ords but also fur evidence of broad cultural interests, schol- arly achievement, and promise of intellectual growth. The well deserved honfir also went to two alumnae who had shown con- siderable scholarly achievement since leaving college. A inn- stant inspiration to all c.f ii . Phi Beta Kappa represents I he highest ideals of .scholarship to which a student may aspire dur- ing her years at Sweet Briar ind after graduation. ' ' u-.s7 Unn-: ( ' (illiiis. .1.. .I,,lin,-(in. V... (iili; Sfcoiid lidir: Fclty. II utter. Titiiii ' . First Uoir: Westbrook. Robb. V.. McGiiini.s. N.. Locke. Iir,i,l: Dawson. Parks. J. Srtrii}il Ji ' oir: Andrew.s. Kirksey, Moorhcad. Davidson. M.. Hudson. Littlejohn. (iraxf Moore, K. CURRICULUM COMMITTEe .Vnv ipii ' slion ol ' an a,-a- d niir naturr comi ' s I ' or dis- iii-sion to this conini i ttee. wliii ' li is composed of stu- dent i-epresen tat i ves from all the niajoi- ilepartments. . (picsl ionnaiic. eonipoKed by the curi ' icidmii com in it tee. was i iven to all students askinj, ' lor eon.structive crit- iei.sm about cour.ses and tenn |]apei-s. The results went to the faculty as sugj est ions for considered changes. Fiisl Uni, . Aiil.ii ' y. Rliodes. Stagg. Cliace. M((;iiinis. Hay. Kllis. Hunt, D. Second Roic: Kilby, Tighe, Davison. Hetley. Arata, Lindsey, Thomas, p ' rancis. Smith, H., Wallace, D. Thinl Ron:: Andrews, M.. Kratini. ' . Arey. O ' Kecfre. Dawson. Hamillmij;, alitor: JIcDonald, Kimball. Littlejohn. Rector, Parks, .T., Hirsch, Johnson, E.. Kc lil . " . Fourth Row: Smith. (_ ' .. Cliiimhlaiii, lln-lics, May. Ilucliner, Gayle, Pye, Taylor, C, Crowley. Chase. p:wart. Hudson. Isdale, Roos, Dabney, Maury, McLanib. nc te tueet |w| priar J eto S The Sweet Briar New.t i,s a weekly p i])er which aims to ,ui e the .stuiUnits, fiunilty and comimmity. reports of all the news which will be of interest to them. All those who have woiked on the Xeiis are familiar with the weekly cycle: Sunday, when copy is prepared and edited ; Monday, wdien copy is proof-read, lieadlines are written and make-up completed; Tuesday, the final check at the printers before the A ' » ' .s- j, oes to press ; and Wednesday, when circulation takes over and the Neiry finally reaches the mailfjoxes. tmammmm First Hoir: Wallace. Black. Lc ' ai-ii. idilur: I ' ark,-. .1.. . iv_v. Second Rotr : Wowv. K.. Ti.L ' lic. Francis. Chaiiilicrlaiii. IcLaiiili. Ahsi ' iil : Keating ' . Littlrjohn. W ' illanl. Tffi 8RAM8UR Till ' linniihlrr is Swpct Hviar " s iitcrai ' v ina.i. ' aziiic. |iul]li hiii f tlic 1jc.-I student wcjik in |icic ' ti-v. fictinii. essays. l)0(ik I ' pviews. art. |ili(iti).i;ra|iliy. ami i; ' eiiei-al ailicles. Tile stall ' is c()iii])osei] of stmlents ului lia i ' sliiiwii e idi ' iicc iil ' aliility and judiiinent in literai ' y Wdrk. This yeai-. clian ' es in format of the niajrazine have lieen desij iii ' d to h(d|i the (|iiaiterly j)rovide a hetter priivinir j;nnnid I ' m- .student work and fiiiiiish ailditional training in luililicatioii techni(]lies. -Moore. Ti.t;he. nlilor. lludsn Tffe HAHPBOOK AND KBV Tin; Sludi ' iil ' s Iluinlhoiik serves as a :iiide for the eiitiic Sweet Briar ronnnuiiity. It contains the academic as well as the social ruliiifis and lirief descriptions of all the or.iranizations and cluhs on cani|iiis. Till ' Ki ' ij is an informal niamial which is sent to ]n-os|)ecti e Sweet Briar students hefore their arrival. Its ]iur]iose is to rive new students a -limpse of our college life and to familiarize them with the activities here. heljiin.!:- them to look forwai ' d to thi ' ir lirst year at Sweet Briar with pleasant anticipation. 104 First Roir: H.mIovs. .M.. Tlimiias. A.. Smith. II. Second Row: Koos, Keating, editor j Crokei-. Tliird Row: Van Tas; cl, AVatts, B., Hay, Mathew.s Elis, Francis. Tffe SRIAR PATCH " The Briar I ' .vtch, j)uhlisheil hy the .lunidi- ChL- s of Sweet Briar College . . . " That ' s what it says in the front of the hook, ami franlcly we ean ' t ()iiite helieve it. For most of tlie yeai staff members were eharaeterized hy thi ' ii- constant niumhies of " we-hafe-|irinters-an(l-eiigra ers- v hy-isn ' t-tliere-any-money- an(l-no-one-will-ev(M-(hi-anything-iin-tinn ' ! " ' In spite of the grunihh s. however, tiiere wei ' e those woii(h ' i ' ful |ieo]ile who worked as hard as they cduld and then some, tlie eiigra er and printer who ( ' un(h ' rstan(L and evei-ycne who ga e tlieir all t(j hring llie Pi him; ! ' I( ii frum nchulnus ideas tn h e Immlred actiuil pi-iidcd copies! J.VN ' K liOIMJKRS Ki:. TIXO, Editor Mary Jaxe I ' oos, Business Miiiini er ' il ■r f AWUTIC ASSOCiATiON Many acres of roUin.tr fields and wooded slopes make life at Sweet Briar essentially an outdoor life. The Athletic Association is orptnized for the purjiose of jfiving the students an opportunity to enjoy all j ha.ses of sport and recre- ation. Every student upon enterinj;- Sweet Briar automatically hecomes a nieinlier of the Athletic Association and is eiititli ' d to all the ]irivilef.res and opportunities whic-h the Athletic Association provides. A wide laup ' of adixities takes place at the stahles. tennis courts, the cahin. the hoathouse. the gymnasium, and the hu-ro se. hockey and s ' ll ' thall fields. In a liheral arts college the training of the hody is as important as cultural, spiritual, and intellectual educa- tion. Ill the Athletic Associaticjii. not only jihysical training, hut qualities such as sportsnninship. enthusiasm, leader- ship and clear thinking are .stressed. Ogihie. Anisden. presideid : Dalniey. First Row: Fincli. Ciunplicll. Canoll. Lm-kf. Willis. Steinlianlt. Nelson, J. Srcoiiil Riiir: llartiiijin. ( ' ()iii|it iii. I ' lilili. V.. Ki ese. lliitter. Ci-dyilci ' . Li ' iilz. Triimner. Beniard. HOCH£y Hockey, our luajof fall sport, is enjoyed liy all. from tlie arsity to reserves on the Eighth Team. P lack and hlne shins heeonie the vogue as do the liraees on legs and ankles and arms. Oui- ' ai-sity team maintained its undefeated status, the se( ind year of this lionnur. Matches with Fadisim. West- liamptcin. William and .Mai-y. li ' iilmioiid ( ' luli. the A ' as]iiiigt(in Fielil .Vssnciatioii, and the State Tournairent were all hard fought and a pleasure to watch. This year the college can lie pai ' t iculai ly proud of its hockey n;emliers liecause several of tlieni iu r the liist ' ii ' ginia team and Kesi ' i ' M ' . .Vt the tdnniament in Dehiwai ' e. more of the arsity got pdsitiuns on the Smitlieast lirst. second, and third teams. The National Field Hockey Tcurnanient was held at Sweet lli ' iai- during Thanksgi ing vacation. Kveryone strove to niake the tourmiment a sn -cess. and their etforts were not in ain. Still greater honour cauu ' when .In Nelson and Miss Swett were gi en positions on the All American Iieserve team. There can lie no (h)ulit that fun and success were the key notes in this yeai ' " s hockey season. Kill • ' nv l;u,r: Ixl.ilr. Fiailcls. I. ' hcilcs. Kodliz. V;lcllcll IVld. Lill.l ry. Slr ,-lis. .M,-H1 fivsll. Sn;ii,,l i:,nr: .Inw... lira, I : I lainilliur-. Willanl. RIDINC COUNCIL Sweet Briar riders are iiidestrucrilile. Tlu-y are out on tlie trails limit in;, ' " , srliooliiiir their culls, ami artinii ' as I ' iiliiij;- leaders in e civ kind of weatlier. Fdrtuiiatrly the Fall is iieri ' eet l(ii- ail the I ' ideis. and the outside show at the Amherst ( ' ountv Fair. Tlic hounds arrive in the Fall and from then until warm wealhei-. the Sweet I ' riar Hunt is in full swim;, ireiiiliership in the hunt amounts to a varsity staiidinir and many enthusiastic I ' idcrs raiiLic our ;i. ()()() acres in search of the fo.x. ( ' a|itain Littauer comes in Fehi ' uary to teach us for . ' i days and to iectuiv and ilenionstiate at the annual li ' idin;;- Clinic which ilraws horsemen ti ' oiu all over the East. ' e exhihit at many shows in the Siiriiis; ' includiiii; ' two of oui ' own. and the Bedford Tlorse Show. Firs Roir: Tucker. CiUiipbell. Reese, co-linnl ; Aul)veY, co-head; Nelson, J.. Space. i ceoinl l!(jir: FiiK ' h. Sinvthe, Locke. Leutz, (. ' haniblin, Pl ' eiffer, C. 8ASK£T8AU ( ' a) tains ready? Timers and scorers ready ' : ' Then the whistle, ami another game is undei-way. lieliiiid tlie teams are many hmii ' s ol " |iractice under ilie patient coai-liing of Miss McDonald and Miss Swett. and untold hours of just ])lain run, (;,-inies with Ijyncliliurg College and Westhanipton were played cjn the home court this year, and a trip to William and .Mary. Madison College, and a night jaunt to Lynchhurg College rounded (ait the five game .schedule for the season. Inter-class games proved the .Junioi-s tops within the school and a free throw contest ga e everyone an oppor- tunity to show her ijidividual skill. TENNIS With the end of winter and tlie eomiiiir of sprint; ' , tennis takes tlie linie-liaiit in s]iorts at Sweet Briar. An end- less succession of ]ieoj)le can be seen lieading- down to the tennis courts, racquets in liand. foi ' an afternoon of exercise and iiod fun. W this time there are interclass as well a intercolleiiiate matches. The Sweet Briar varsity plays against uch collefi;es as William and Mary, Westhampton, and lloUins. T Ih ' pi ' oiiiincnt ])hice tennis has in the Sweet Briar Connniinity in the fall is not to he overlooked. iMithusiastic ]ilayers brave the cliilly fall weather to ]ilay the Freshman and Community tournaments at this time. Duiiiii; both seasons e-Xcelb-nt instiuction is j;iven to beijinninj: and aihaiued |ilayers. A let " - hope no one has the idea you have to consider yourself a potential (aissie .Moran to cash in on the i;()o(l fun to he bad in participation in tennis at Sweet Briar. Flisl lldir : I ' etillo. Aubrey. Cornwall, (iarloilh. Thuinpxin. L Second llmr : Finch. .Maurv. Faxon, llohhs. ilctJiniiis. M. smmSv Fir. l h ' oir: I ' .hick. M., m-linnl : Duiilaji. (iiv.T. A.. Kdls. Aldcniian. F.assett. ni-lmnl. Sn-oiid h ' oir: (lodl ' rev. CiUitcv. (iiliscm. Walker. Yoe. Carlton. PMce As visual proof that daiife studio is more than a Fat Ladies Salon we have the daiu-e chilis of Sweet Briar: Taiiz Zirkel. tlie heginiier ' s section; Dance (iioup. for the nmre advanced: and ( ' lioreo,ui ' a])hy. where technique and creati ity are cond)ined in student coni|iositions. In the three years that Elizaheth Sjiies has been our instructor, much has heen done to educate the Sweet Uriar audience out of the miscoiice]it ion tliat modern dance is esoteric niumlio- jumho in(el]i,uil)h ' oiilv 1o the initiates. The Tjinn)n techni(|Uc wliich we ha ' e lieen taught has shown ns the lyi ' ic. and disciplined, side of niodci-n dance. The (hmce schedule has heiMi very ci ' owdcd this yeai ' . not only with student recitals hut with ajipearances by visiting perfornuu-s. m)talily Pearl i ' liiiup. an outstaniling primitive dancer and . " ita Poovaiah. a P ' ulbright Scln)lar- shi|i holdei ' who with liss S|iies appeaieil at the Synijio ium. We can say we ha e run a gamut of dance ty|)es this year — from African ])rimitivc and Calypso dances to the ] Iay Day dance ct)iupositions — all indicative of our interest in dance as creative expression. SOFTBALL KOBERTS " For it ' s one. two. three j trike. ' — yuu " re out I ' " . iv tliis luippeii.s more frequently than making ' home run. I Nevertheless, sol ' thall is one ol ' the most ))o|uilar sprinii s|)oi-ts. A ton! Iiall may end up any«iiri-e from the tennis courts to I is. Pannell ' s front yard, hut the sjiort is still nnr that ranks hii h in |iii-it. fun. and ydod s|iiii-ts- nuiuship. reuardless of aliility. LACROSS£ III fall and spriiiii elierjictie and hearty Lai-rossc enthusiasts can he Iciund at the Lacrosse lield. cradline- and pass- iiifi ' . leaniinu tn retrieve higli passes. stoo|iiii,i;- to pick up low ones. . n exhihition jiame and iutendass matc-hes are hehl ill the fall. I ' xdore the olticial season starts. |iractice is in the ' S w. Iiut hefore lou.u ' our varsity is eaii ' er and I ' eadv for outdnor practice. The Lacros.se team eiiinliiiies skillful stickwnrk. s|ieeil. and an enthusiastic love of T a- crosse as it challeuiies other colleiTe varsities to a ihrillinir match. Firsi How: Xoble. Joyce, f ' amphell. Streit. Carroll. Willis. Second Roiv: Len .. Helm, Isdale. Croyder. Wachcnfeld. . msden. Qtralvie. Berhard. THi UKB WB CABiH RuTii Fkye HaKEIET IIOIIGES It ' s ;i hut sunny day and where is eM ' iyiine!- ' At the hike, of eourse I Swimming or suuhathing. hciating oi- just re- laxing in the rustic atmosphere of thi ' huathouse attracts all Sweet Briarites to the lake. It is a center of varied attraction.? for in the fall and winter, organizations on campus or girls and their dates find the Ijoathouse with it. open fireplace tlie perfect S]wt for a jiarty. POSITION - POINT OF AIM - lULI.SKVK 1 ! 1 111 spring or fall the lady Robinhouds can he seen in the dell by the gym testing. their athletic prowess. It is obvious that Archery has become a favorite way of spending leisure moments at Sweet Briar. The spirited crowds at the shoot- ing range (almost every pretty day) are evidence of the increasing interest in this ancient s]iort. This year the fall .■season was ended liy a community tourmnnent in wliicli many enthusiasts from all classes, skilled and unskilled alike. ])artici|)ated. Here is your chance to get away ri ' inu it all! Put awav your books; a refreshing walk up the niduntain is just the tiling to ease your mind. 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