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V, fZ',.,1z,,,,,A ,M,, lllesthampion Jlrch Page Fift CT. C. Williams. School of Lf-1131 Introducing the Faculty . - r -1 l I N u . I + I '-f ' SF ' "" '7 in if, ' 1 7 Q-ual, 1-. J Q. ' FREDERICK VVILLIAM BOATWRIGHT - ,J . I 1 af, ' President 59. ' 'JJ 1: wal P x fx W. , g Page Sefvenieerz .1 1: .. -i .5 Y ! 5.. E v n . in 1 i ' i i i +4 4 l 'E i i il i Y ui .J v 1 1 i..' i i 4 Q A ..5 1 i . 3 v v i -va 1 l i, ' N L 12, if ...... !E3l A559 Ui gli lt! I V x if li A521 bil L28 E3 . Administrauve Officers FREDERICK WILLIAM BGATWRIGHT, MA., 514-1? I - I i BENJARQIN VVEST TABB, B.A. .... lice-I reszflent am I i t gr WILLLRM LOFTIN PRINCE, MA- ' ' ' DW W is Mi MARION GARNETT RYLAND, B.A., B.S. , , , 1 Tflillflll A CULLIQN PITT, lVI.A., M.D ........ College Plzyszczan f MAY LANSFIELD KELLER, PI-LD. . . . DMN of W65fl1U"1Pf0H 0011692 JAR-1ES H. BARNETT, JR., B.S., LL.B., Secretrzry, T. C. Plfillianls School of Law fi Q A , N3 A 2 -' 2 V I FACULTY CGMMITTEES Q Courses and Degrees ........ Professor Ilgoging, clhairman Q A ll U , n . Professor o son, C airman " l Ffdtiiiihlies .... . . Professor Ryland, chairman E Publicity and Public Lectures . Professor lhlitchell, chairman l Student Affairs . . . . L Professor Hayden, chairman Alumni . . . . . Professor Handy, chairman H Religious Life . . Professor W. A. Harris, chairman i Student Employment . . . Professor Willis, chairman llm Senate Committee . . Professor Gaines, chairman SECRETARIES AND- ASSISTANTS R Lucy T. Throckmorton ......,, ,455-i5f,,,,,+ Lib,-21,-im, l. 3 Elizabeth Thomasson ....... 'Secretary to the P,-gsjdgnf 'tj' T Iileten A. llonsell . . Secretary to the Dean and flsst. Registrar 2 overt llfl. Stone . .... Cashier and Bookkeeper f iii itil lei V: . . , , wg,-yxyyg,-1. R .1 . - f ' C W- e 4... ., A .. i Pggg Efghym-,I Y Y Y Y W """"' 'mlrl-Y----li 'Y 11 'Q X I! 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A I1 Me -if iiiiil if L-vi . ,, , Z M1 mf? -'Siesff ,K' ', X l All ROBERT EDVVIN GAINES RIAY LANSFIELD KELLER CllHlf7lI!lll of tlze Senate Conznzittee on Dean of Pfestlzrzzflfnfozz College . 1 E .- Cgfflflllflff Siuzlzes , ,Q 1 WILLIAIVI LOFTIN PRINCE JANIES HARIVION HARNETT, JR. - Dean of Riflzmonrl College Seerelzzry of T. C. Pfillifzllls l u Selzool of Law 'Y' 1' YQ. 'vii' '.': ' :L 'LN E Il' 'r Q 5, r fr 51-N ,."q"glf2.3f-xi-Q Jr'4'1' Qf-1' -R ffl- fffff7?f5?lflf'E ffm "ff: Y C R K "ily F P 'ff 7"'f'lffTffffflfQiffIf Page Nineteen r 1 V .1525 I h P11516 Tacenly 7 SAMUEL CHILES MITCHELL, M.A., PH.D., LL.D. P,.0,feH,,f gf History and Political Science University of Richmond, Virginia U . G - r v college, 1888: Ph-D-1 Ufmief' gifcif d:1ii2i1hg,w1Ii399s LP-D-1 Brown Unlveffltyf 19103 President University of South Carolllfai 1908-'12' President Medical College of Virglrlla, 19133155 President Delaware College., 1915'i2Ov Professor of History and Political Science since 1920. VVILLIAIVI ASBURY HARRIS, M.A., PH.D. Professor of Greek 2.College Avenue M.A., Richmond' College, 1886, Fellow at johns Hopkins University, 1889-'93, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1892, Professor of Greek since 1901. ROBERT EDWARD LOVING, M.A., PH.D. Profersor of Physics University of Richmond, Virginia M.A., Richmond College, 18985 Fellow Johns Hopkins University, 1901-'02, Ph.D., ibid, 1905g Special Student, Cornell University, 1919-320, Professor of Physics since 1908. HENRY BRANTLY HANDY, M.A. Professor of English University of Richmond, Virginia B.A., Richmond College, 1906, M.A., ibid, 1909, M.A., Harvard Universitv, 1913, Graduate Stu- dent Columbia University, summer 19155 Pro- fessor of English since 1918. GARNETT RYLAND, M.A., PH.D. Profe.v.vor of Cll6'77ll.fZ'I'y University of Richmond, Virginia M.A.,. Richmond, College, 1892, Ph.D., johns HOPISIDS UHIVCISIIY, 1898, Professor of Chemis- try since 1917. 'HORACE EDWIN HAYDEN, JR., M,A, Professor of Biology University of Richmond, Virginia A.B., Princeton, 1905' MA V'. - - , Graduate in the School of .l3iolog?mV,irg?ri,iz1, 1910, Professor of Biology Richm d C ll since 1919. 'W' on 0 ege' fr ' 'x' it 'H J' 1 . -f-1 N 23.21, 221-N. Wir: ix.. WFT? :WW 5575 lsfr. l, - sLv4 ZH NVQ .ZX4-l N 1 I .,,, CLODIUS HARRIS VVILLIS, B.S. Professor of Applied Physics 304 N. Mulberry St., Richmond, Virginia B.S., Richmond College, B.S. in Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Graduate Student in Physics, Johns Hopkins University, 1922-'23. WILLIAM LOFTIN PRINCE, M.A. Professor of Education 24-23 Grove Ave., Richmond, Virginia B.A., Richmond College, M.A., Columbia Uni- versity. HAYNIE H. SEAY, JR., M.A. Professor of Economics University of Richmond, Virginia B.A., Richmond College, 1913, M.A., Columbia University, 1915, Graduate Student, Johns Hop- kins University, 1917-'18, Smith East Club Fel- low in Political Economy and Social Institutions, Princeton University, 1919-'20, Associate Pro- fessor' of Economics, 1920-'22, Professor of Economics since 1923. PAUL R. MERRIMAN, A.B., M.S. Professor of Botany 425 No. Boulevard, Richmond, Va. A.B., Miami University, 1903, Harvard Summer School, 1912, Graduate Student in Botany, Cor- nell University Summer Term, 1915-320, M.S., Cornell, 1921, Associate Professor of Botany, 1920-,23, Professor of Botany since 1923. ROBERT COLLINS ASTROP, M.A. Professor of Psychology University of Richmond, Virginia M.A., University of Virginia, 1913, Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1914-'15, Associ- ate Professor of Psychology, 1920-'23, Professor of Psychology since 1923. ROLVIX HARLAN, A.M., PH.D. Professor of Sociology University of Richmond, Virginia A.B., George Washington University, 1899, A.M., George Vlfashington University, 1901, Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1906, President Sioux Falls College, 1915-'18, Member Ameri- can Social Society. ' i l Y s l i i . 1 iii i 4 st, .I ii Page Tfwenly-one age 1'- RALPH BURTON HARRIS, B-S-, M-A' Professor of Bzzsiness 14d77lilli.ffI'!lll07l University of Richmond, Vifliinla B.S. University of PennSylVHI1i21, 191fl9 M-A-, University of Chicago, 19223 Pfofessol' In Wash' ington State College, 1914-'16, Pennsylvania Military College, 1916-,175 UniVC1'5itY Of Qelfl' ware 1920-'23, Professor of Business Adminis- tration since 1923. CLEMENT ORESTES MEREDITH, PH.D. Professor of German University of Richmond, Virginia A.B., Guilford College, 1900, A.B., Haverford College, 1901, Student of Philology University of Berlin, 1908-'10, Research Student in the American School of Philology at Rome, Summer, 1910, Ph.D., johns Hopkins University, 1912, Associate Professor of German since 1920. SIDNEY STEVENS NEGUS, B.A., lVI.A., PH.D. Alssorizzte Profesxor of Chemistry ' Craig Apts., Richmond, Virginia B.A., Clark University, M.A., Harvard Uni- versityg Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. CLARENCE LAIDLOVV DODDS, B.A. Alssociate Professor of French University of Richmond, Virginia B.A., Carleton College, Northheld, Minn., 1916, Iowa State College, 1913, Graduate work at Minnesota State Teacherls College, 1917. Grad- uate work at Columbia Universityg Associate Professor of French since 1922. CLEMENT TYSON GOODE, B.A., M.A., PH.D. Professor of English 3314 Floyd Ave., Richmond, V" ' ' B.A., VVake Forest College, 1905, hdiiilzllal-gf- afd Vfllvefsiry, 1911: Ph.D., Cornell University, A13?20,.Member-lvlodern Language Association of I mer1Cai,Naf10UHl Teacher's Council of Eng- andi,S0C1etY fOr Pure Speech in England and America. HUGH SAGER MEAD, A.B. P"0ff-f-Ygl' of Bzlsineu Hdministration 3213 Kensmgwn Ave., Richmond, Virginia B-Ae Kalamazoo C ll 1 . - Sify of Chicag0,'1908. egei 399, B-A.. Univer YVOODFORD BROADDUS HACKLEY, B.A., M.A. Jssoriate Professor of Latin ' 105 Maple Ave., Westhampton, Virginia B.A., University of Virginia, 191-lg M.A., North- western University, 1916g M.A., Harvard Uni- versity, 1917. VIVIAN STREETER LAXVRENCE i-Issociate Professor of ,Mathematics University of Richmond, Virginia B.S., Richmond College, 1917, M.E., Cornell, 1922. EDXVARD BACON XVILLINGHAM, B.A., TH.M. flssoriate Professor of Bible University of Richmond, Virginia B.A., Richmond College, 1921, Th.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1924. SUSAN MADELINE LOUGH, PH.D. Professor of History South Court, WVesthampton College M.A., University of Chicago, 1909, Ph.D., Uni- versity of Chicago, 1919, Fellow in History, University of Chicago, 1913-'1-lg Professor of History since 1915. GRACE VVARREN LANDRUM, A.B., AM., PH.D. .lssoriate Professor of English VVesthampton College A.B., Radclitfe College, 1898, A.1VI., University of Chicago, 1915, Ph.D., Radclilfe College, 1921g Graduate Student, Radcliffe College, 1918- '21g Associate Professor since 1921. GERTRUDE HARPER BEGGS, PH.D., LL.D. Professor of Latin X'Vesthampton College Fellow at Yale University, 1903-'O-lg Ph.D., Yale, 190-lg Student American School of Class- ical Studies at Athens, 1912, Professor of Latin since 1919. Page Twenty-three 111 im. 4, , ,,,5 .lfi -NI l i f. -1, - rw VF Ea! 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Ignof versity of Chicago, 1919, Associate 15506550 History and Political Science since . ,Mi f' Y. ti 3 , l gf! 1 . J, , I 1 , xi 16121 if 1 si- fi' in 1 SEQ Fifi tile oo o e '5l.'.I4':-.'w'x. V313-Q ,... PAULINE TURNBULL, B.A. u Secretary to the Dean and Instructor in Latin VVesthampton College B,A,, Svracuse University, Assistant Registrar and Secdretary to the Dean since 1916, Instructor in Latin, 1918. ' MRS. RALPH CHAPPELL, B.A. Assistant Professor of English 1 Westhampton College VVork intl-English at Columbia University, 1921, Assistant Professor of English since 1921. ISABEL HARRIS, B.A. .Associate Professor of Mathematics University of Richmond, Virginia B.A., Richmond College, 1906, M.A., Columbia University, 1921, Associate Professor Mathe- matics, VVesthampton College, 1921. FANNY GRAVES CRENSHAW, B.A. Director of Physical Education 919 VV. Franklin St., Richmond, Virginia B.A., Bryn Mawr College, 19125 Student of Theory of Physical Education, Columbia Uni- versity, 1914 and 19-15, Director of Physical Education since 1914. WINIFRED T. MOORE, M.A. Associate Professor of French I XVesthampton College Student, University Kiel, Paris, 1903-305, Sum- mer, 19-10g Columbia University, 1906g M.A., C0',Umb1,a Univefffys 19113 work at Columbia University and University of Chicago, Besan- COD, Wmmefs 19233 Sorbonne, summer, 1924. Associate Professor French since 1924. ' EL 3 , S'fLW'1'ZY?s-s?fT'Lm1m,vwwv-rg-ifqe1-W-QZgL.,gi:'r,- wr -f---5----Q----..-... ,- ,-I. qi. . ss" i uf: A 1 F ,v ,-,v.,, la,-Q l if -,r , 13 ,ff 21 4 ?"1 P' .-:fi Q is l-,E 2 .54 VJ? sl-33 lib 5 . 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Professor of Constitutional Lafw, Legal Ethics, Private Corporations Richmond, Virginia B.A., Washington and Lee University, 1900, LL.B., ibid, 1902, Graduate Student, Harvard University, 1902-103, Associate Professor of Law since 1909. CASSIUS MONCURE CHICHESTER, A.B., LL.B. Professor of Domestic Relations, Master and Serfvant, Agency Insurance, Partnership, Efvi- dence, Conflict of Laws, Statute Lafw, Legal History. I Richmond, Virginia A.B., YVilliam and Mary College, LL.B., Uni- LJ Y! . i4 iw? 'f if r .' 12 1 'x?'Ti-, 'ye-va: jwfvc ll ,Lf f.,:,:raet.:r,:a wis.u5a:sf.inV.1m1mzr4p.2'1a.:xaa.zre1m:gt,Q ,, s..,.-, V p sb . l V 1 lt- elif! li?f QL. Q Eb: 'Et itll --N' f. k El N A ,l , lt." 112' ' 1 I f ,fag lflgfi ,t as wlmfll it-'fill 1 "Hi . 21 , .,,, in Qi .,,,, , ..1, '.e 5. f, rxggf ,Wifi ,I , ' Y.-tif a z v,,,q i w,,e4 ,iriigii W 'ii 14:51 lisiflfff 'mfpfl 5s.e1 'li ', 1, as elf ' il 5 ll gg."1efl i.n V., li'l. A..-E i'-' sf. f.i m ti' ff: tive versity of Virginia, Institute of Law, Associate Professor of Law since 1912. lif . lf-.Sli THOMAS JUSTIN MOORE, B.A., LL.B. Professor of Torts and Real Property Richmond, Virginia B.A., Richmond College, 1908, LL,B., Harvard fl University, 1913, Instructor in Richmond Acad- emy, 1910, Associate Professor of Law since 1910. 54 LOUIS S. HERRINK, B.A., LL.B. Instructor in Personal Property, Damages ' , Richmond, Virginia ., B.A., Randolph-Macon College, 1911, Graduate I l work, ibid, 1912, LL.B., Harvard University, 'Ji 1920, Instructor in Mathematics, John Marshall it I High School, Richmond, Virginia, 1914-'16, ggi Associate Professor of Law since 1921. l lf- . V l - ll '. x I i2 ll 5 lgif-. I Ni ' l , i A - -M Wu- -umm--.,M,.,,,c..,- .... as ll www C X 'i'i """""i A' "'ii'i"" Qikvfirai1Af'?'tT2l"'vf'?21'YR?iPT'fffF'3"'ff'm?'+7fV,Ti-'ffl' ,fi ,'5"3 3. hifi. '. niff'1..il WL?fi'K1.WiY-ZJEXKMXWLQLEAMSMLAM..79.2919 fl . Page Tfwenty-jifve -.fl . ,.,, .Q w 1 Nz. ' f 1 L, Af 1 . ,,,, -.. 'f::' L 442- M-tff'r"j'AP "UP-U Zi .X 1.9 7 11 v'g':1Tg..1S' - -41" F if Y 4' , - -0 , .f , ' '. '. '. "' G' 1 1131 . .1 1 1 1 TV A H' 1 -- 11 1 L11 rv 1 -mm GEORGE BRYAN, LLB- ,, ' Professor of Banking 2 Richmond, Virginia di 11 vi ' ' h d C ll ge,1S81g Associate E itor rv 15 1 LLQ1B'i3Iti1f01im1?i1-giriliae Law Register, 1902-'069 1 - A Counsellor for Virglma 1, B 1 1 qince 1902' Associate Professor of Law since 1 .,, 1 f - ' 1, 1b 1914. 1 A521 1 an 1. ' " Bankers Association Nf .,- 1 ," 1 1 1 2 rev! 1 iii gl it ELLSXVORTH WILTSHIRB, BA., LL.B., s.J.D. 2,31 I I Professor of Trusts, Domesti-C Relations, ' Insurance and Legal Hzstory 1 ggi, V 1 1 Richmond, Virginia 1, B.A., University of Virginia, 1919, LL.B., Uni- 'gl 1115-ati versity of Virginia, 1922, S.J.D., Harvard Uni- 11fQ,11 versity, 19235 Associate Professor of Law since gt V413 1924. 1 It A .V gg .1 1f1 , 1- 11 . RALPH 'r. CATTERALL, B.A., LL.B. 11 NJ Wi- , 1 11 ' Professor of Evidence, Constitutional Lafw, 1 11 V751 Partnership, and Nlunzrzpal Corporatzons A " 1. 1. 11,2 , . . . lv 113351 Richmond, Virginia 1b. 5, tv, B.A., Harvard University, 1918, LL.B., Harvard QE 11 University, 1921, Associate Professor of Law wffti 1994-. 2 A 1 ,MN SIDCC Q 1 sr, liffl, 1112? M11 1114-11 WILLIAM R. SHANDS, LL.B. Professor of Prifvate Corporations, Legal Ethier, ,V and Conflirt of Lafws jj 1 Richmond, Virginia LL.B., University of Richmond, 1921g Associate AV Professor of Law since 1924. L1 -- 11 1 V V 1 -FQ1 LEON M. BAZILE, LL.B. n-1 Professor of Criminal. Lafw, Civil Proeedurzi, 1' . 1 Equity and Crzminal Profedure 'V 154. ' I XJ 1 I Richmond, Virginia 1 V .fr 'ca 1 .. 1 - . , ,Ml EL-B-1. R1ChIT10nd College, 191.03 Asst. Attorney G .. 1 1 I rerlelal of Virginia, Associate Professor of 1 1 1 1 Law since 1924. 1 . 1 1 , 1 , ..1 ' 1 VVILLIAM THORNTON 1- 1 E51 Q5 ter 1,1 1 2 B- Richmond, Virginia 1 1 Professor of Life Insurance and Life Insurance U E1 1 1 1 Salesmanshilj SiHCC 1924, Business Administra- 'I . g 1 tion School. V 1 , U - ' N3 1531 ' S11 15L. .V 1 1 XJXXYMK .ig . V - V V F Mi - 1 1- 3'J5'L?iv5?4:1.r33.,5:D,' -A . R A L . 1. A 'wma - A 9- '1+-MM 1 Rui X11-is kk k..i'2-.R-9 s.-...Q-'J MR.-r" ff ms PflflvTavwiry-,ny 1 9 if - . L , V-Y ii Cd F4 sp W4 Ei E3 ca 1 .-' if bfi C5 H +4 if F4 '-1 if H M 'iff 21145 L5 Q- .2 , A- V, S' ff .M is 4. A .LA fi 4 1 .fi If Q 3,55 V555 'lf F1 W? H HV W ,J W W W U bi W xii' wi 's ff H M M 1,35 Er H, W Q1 PQ wi I X H '1 r F4 ' 1 f X4-4 nl ffhe 1925 WEB F iimmasf?f?'1 5,Wxfaveymewmfwvwwh5mQQwMwMMQMwmwGffinJ -M 1 S, :Sf hw 353 9555 TT , x . I V r 'mv ,- v I .yr In V. 11. 1 K xv. Vffif , i 4 V I . 3' 'J R 9 LL , A MX5 Q V he Spldc-:r Q Til? 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'H' .1 Q, if ' ', ' A ,q Vp-' -'fl 52 Gi , . E11 5 1 ' , 'if iw? - Nfl 'M H 142 ai?-if is 2' 1 38712: iq 1 . ' L li 5151 W 1 I ' Y QE QE f 1 5 5 i l' ff' ' . 1 E ,ff I a Us ,hw Hi ?'fIi" M W' U ! ' , I Q P 3 W1 3 . 1' 7 A K iv if h JF itil I i ---f- Y "-IJ'i'i7 , Y -- ,Y W3 K,-.,,.-M-V-LT1 - lk- -1, - 'L " 4. " 'L " 9 - VQQJRKQK1 ' Page' Tim-fy . W fr ' "W'g""'A'L4i9 'lfi':3ff'T1IT" "fe: T" '-f:'5i::::i-mf' Introducing the Senior Class - ,. Y if l' ' I I I Q In i w 1 ' ' 4 R E E I ':' Q J . H A I mf, .. J Q, GEORGE FREDERICK COOK, JR. , - J Q' P- 'if 1 A' '- 'gli 'J Q 10511 Ln 1 XZ., ,pk 0 " Q X N Ma c C Pagf T .1 V' X1 ,I . I I v 9 1 i I 2 E I f 3 iE?'Cif-' me 1925 I J -----"vii:-Tfl'Qflf.fIf.l.Q1fflf2'TiT"Vi.i'L "Q'.'Lff1f.,4lH".1r "l'?. Wife I At-155 . '. Ari 1'??1?J?'97it1 4?2t1Q?'fI1i?'14Rs n,:sr-flffzffffiffffziiiii:,L::1.,t fr - " Ig if J E5 C551 ftw-A 5 :ft tifsiift P '3 ,ltrglf S . J -. Semor ass Cer tw I 1 iiiitfwai . ! '3 SENIOR YEAR tiff . . GEORGE FREDERICK COOK, JR. Q54 ' ff Pre""lent ' JOHN RANDOLPH CHEATHAM F4 1 " Vf' - ' 1 ra flff Prmdem , CHANNING WARD WILSON iffcretaw ' . . FALKNER CARTER BROACH ' ggi! " ' I ..l Iifefsufel , , 'WILLIE CLYDE A'fKINS IS OVZH71 - , ,k Student Senate . VVILLIAM ARMISTEAD NIOOREFIELD . , GHES PRUDEN ALJ? fltznual Representatzze - ' ' EDWARD ISU Q55 A . - - rr 1 ' U T LY H L-I Iwlztw--In-Clttef The Spzder . . WILLIAM AUSTIN ROCKEN BROUG t Business .fllanager "The Spider" - HARRY S-A-NBORN CURRY, JR- gl-.inte . ?f- Wi S- JUNIOR YEAR President . .... . PIENRY GRADY FERGUSON Vice-President . VVILLIE CLYDE ATKINS Secretart . . FALKNER CARTER BROACH fat J , I Treasurer . EARLE RUDOLPH KING I HiSi0fif1r2 - . HAROLD F LEMING SNEAD Student Senate . . HARRY SANBORN COREY, JR. flnnual Reftresentatizfe , THOJXQAS GIBSON MARTZ . i If Y 5 V, A ga, I , , K SGPHOMORE YEAR P12 ,Sf is President Vt: U b ' . VVILLIAM WILKINSON CHAMBERS V159 Q Vice-President . Y 3 b-'fi Sm t - . HEINRY GRADY FERGUSON we 'e ary . i gf If--141 . WILLIE CLYDE .ATKINS 'Ig 1 Treasurer . 1 Fx ' iii Historian ' JOHN RANDOLPH CHEATHAM H? ' S' ' . NIOR I fist Student Senate . , H SR S EDWIN NIILNER Lag? I is A . gil flnnual Refwresentative RRY ANBORN COREY, JR- Virfeii . FALKNER CARTER BROACH it I i-JL 1- 3 V 3 4 V-:ze I J 'if' H ' ' , 2 kv: if .it -1 , E 4 Q BRESHMAN Y ' WF 1 President . EAR 1 C2 i - . ' - - . ' VJ? Vice-President . ' - JOHN BATTE CROWDER Secretary ' . FALKNER CARTER BROACH ,ggi 53 " 2 I Treasurer . - JOHN GORDON THOMAS QQ Historian . . HENRY GARNETT CHESLEY 9 5 NJ Student Senate , , - . MORRIS EDWIN NIILNER A""Uf11 R6'PI'C'sentatiw - VVILLIAM WILKINSON CHAMBERS J . , ' xt JOHN RANDOLPH CHEATHAM 3, .. 5 A xg It ,, -re--------A I I ,, fImSt5vfvfww E71 A r L A -262,532 if-M E-mG V L" WO e'er rrer N AAAA 3 AA- . " ' fr----1--.gffffv "IH--1'f-n:Q.ff3le'faLE'3f..'Z:g"T , M J ' , 'Fizz-'Qgpy 1,51-':,'j1'f R A P1190 Thlffy-ffwo RT :E .'m.,m.v.zx3' X f I 3 E f'jf-I ' ff W' J? R5 rt Ei, I L5 I3 .t F3 ,, E5 75? U M ,J at E4 JF! tg as tgp Ina ei? ig! , I i A? J ff 'I 1 , 13? lf fi I!! il? -I K2 RS th! Q3 YJ 1? fi 5 xr -.1 .F .I V' -5 ' 9 4 1 ri 1 Q 1 Wlre 1925 WEB l I I ' Senior Class History , Nv N Today we stand like Janus, the two-faced god of Roman mythology. With one 1 face we are looking into the past and with the other we are trying to catch a glimpse 1 - lu of the future and the honors which it holds for the members of the class of '25. May we get a true perspective of each vista. As we review the past, many pictures, some sorrowful and some joyful, crowd if l before our eyes. In the fall of 1921, one hundred and sixty freshmen made their initial , appearance on this campus. They, or shall I say we, were ignorant, all, but we came 3,--,'l in quest of knowledge. We were eager to learn, eager to get a better understanding Q of life, in short, 'eager and ready to acquire those forms of growth and devlopment that would enable us to render the maximum service to mankind. During the four years of our college existence we have grown, grown mentally, and let us hope physically and spiritually also. These years have brought many f,-f changes but under no circumstances could we wish to see these changes reversed. We 1 have seen "green" and ignorant freshmen grow into mature and learned men. We rv have seen rough-hewn men changed into polished gentlemen, and today we wonder how college has wrought such changes. VVe can only exclaim, 'miraculous 1' During these four years many of our number have fallen by the wayside. Less than one-third of the number that entered in 1921 will graduate in June. They have departed, one by one, but still a choice few remain, and we who comprise this remnant are vain enough to believe that it has been a case of the 'survival of the fittest., We are the ones who will have the privilege of saying, "I have fought a good fight, I have ,I-- finished the course." One tragic event has occurred during our stay on the campus, an event that brought inexpressible grief to all of our hearts. On September 15, 1922, our beloved ' v classmate, Benjamin Cobb Roark, was seized with heart trouble while swimming in 1,' our own beautiful lake and left us never to return. We cannot understand why God took him home so early in life but we feel thathe has simply entered into that Eternal Rest and is there awaiting th-e arrival of his classmates. The members of the class of '25 have done much for Alma lVIater. We may not have excelled all preceding classes in achieving honors for our university but we feel that we have excelled all other classes in our love for her. We have been her true and loyal sons while students and no matter where we may go we will never betray her nor forsake her. She will always occupy a very tender spot in the inmost depths of our hearts. IZ Let us now look with the other face of Janus towards the future. We have done our best in the past, but the brightness of the future overshadows everything that we -3 have accomplished heretofore. As we look into the futures ofour classmates we see physicians, leading in the discoveries of medicine, we see lawyers governing the govern- mental policies of our state and nation, we see musicians bringing joys into the lives of thousands, we see business men directing the economic policies of our country, we see teachers placing young men and women in possession of their social inheritance, and, we see ministers helping the needy and proclaiming the VVord of God with all boldness, giyglli, bringing peace, joy, and eternal blessedness to millions of souls. As a parting word-our university has reflected much honor in permitting us to be students here for four years. May we as we go out into the world bring greater honor, glory and praise to the illustrious name of our Alma lVIater. its I M W. CLYDE ATKINS. lx? 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Lg Wlth the3S1f?v7 march of t sliflgbhfte lv N L f ' 1' i fl ' , f. ' ix I X 5, : 'il' g WILLIE CLYDE ATKINS pl LQ l have with ulpspea ahle delight? atclp IIE I .L . ,Li 1 ,Q li Isle of Wight, Va. 1 li If l grow, Sxtl-Ongcrfphtf cally and 6 nCntZ1. Y, all , R i ----' - i 'il"fl:fj.V' 2 1-each goals, lxthie lilttai-I1,Il1CIlt Q XVl1lCl1 any L V it iz.: i'i'L'li4'7LT1T-H-w--v-lv-'1-'i?- L 'f lift L . L Li Q L ., J XALL 192. .- - Z man mlght befjustly pfouxd, Hqxhas starred V L T" A Lniwit for B.A. Degree in the ClHSSf0la'm, for an hontireiipll nuthout if Tl i H i K Ll! L his name heading the llSfyW0Uld Indeed LF! l L 0 ' Delta appas LL ' 3 . ' ' - ' " " I iii .L fpQii1Ciq0Qi,pa.a1phag Assn- .ri 1 l seem mconiplete. He isha dehater Of Q0 lv, fl ' I ll ciate Editor "The MCS- 1 F 'L V ' ' -L b tl' fltol- In '- 1 X L 1 j sengervu ,245 Student Sen, 315 Q mean ablhty and has CCH el-p21I'!lClDc uv Z. 1 .I Q atc, '24g Secretary Sophq- flbout all College aCtiV1tlCS eXCCpt Zlth- I l ' more Classg Vice-Presb 1.2 5 C . 1 f , . , - xl h d jx, i Q g. dem Junior glassg Emo- qui . letics, from? which his physical sta fngt C- 3 1: -' S ' assg 10- .Li ,L - L - ,' , ' 5 it l dj i Egan eipfifemry ggiiryg lp lx barred himi IA studerrt with lteenjaculties, 5 E " 'il if I Y 1' t- QL ff L 1' 5--2 i 1 E xi1lQgQf?Qf:'1Ha1l1f Defatilf 5 i p a well rounded collegeirnanz a conscientious N Z 94 l I " '251 C11HP1fli'1' '234 Vice- l worker at whatever responsibllltvl ip intrust- F ,. . X, ' ,L E fl President, '23: President 'f 1 j ' , 5 f , ' L V Z UQ fFall Termb. '24:CDebaE- Ll ed to him, Zand a friend of LIHSMQYDHSS3 C gtji , i I . Y I d F . . , 3 .1 u R I . L I I i fir-p ii EQ?1MEM,or-fffflfcplffglgle gil L 5 generosity andirare perseverance + these ffl l 1 lil ifilfteinLLiQltffiZiclfilZ022l if 4 l Phf3S9S WC 5 bffllievff bGSf dCSCf1bf the man QQ l ll 1iO11L Pfesifiellh '25f Y- Nl fi who has won the confidence oft his class- fy 1 M. C. A. Cabinetg Dele- gl 1 Q V ' XV L ,f L l i g 'N +5 Il Q gate to Student Volunteer L 1 f1'12ltCS 3.IlCl I'CSDCCt of lllS pI'OfQSSOI'b. 'ii Lg? Lgiliiiiiyiifloii at Indlamp' gl In the distant future when in fretrospec- '31 if l l.. L ' ' ' i 4 L 3 - . f i .. 1 l lj 3 tion We gaze at he picturesjnfng during QM li l our College YCQTSXLI1-m9m61'Y,5 long lwndlng -5 L gallery, we Will! behold? none with more 4 1.'-thlgkie , .1 ' Q-,544 ! v YZ- f' i ' L a: :Yr-'. 1, , pleasure thanithalt of our classmate "AL" , . L N--N ix- "'X Xi :D i if 'X FEA g ,t , ?ff7w W I 'ik - l l Qt: ffl' i Y . '25 S , if i l TQ lvl L ' fffilfi, f L l x J L I 19 i l i V13 L AT 3 1 Iii-ll . 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He is sb "different" V r. .that we fojidxkaslt Webster to T2 Etfzif 465 -i X i un . . f yjiy 'MA fcomva! fe 'NIgCXVlli1QljCCt1VCS for V i i igigfiiy the occas on. e migh-tlaslax the Squire to fm I gi-ffl furnish t em xl -ere itfriot improper for one 3,3.,ll e llll:ee,,e,1::T ,,e:::fTyTTT ,,4,, Mjif to Xvrite h'S O n Character xsggqtch, for Z1 l-::g':'g:s:':::::is1:giirx-L1t'.:t.,g,:::a.':.1:i'zzztrgggil ' vocabulary uch as his is possessed by few A ' "s' 'e" M' it "" 1 ffe- ee, men on the cam us, and his nietaphors and l , JAMES BAILEY BLANKS aj Q similes thanx Blot forthj in 5 n unending L Clarksville, Va- 1 f stream are dfniyvecl fr m realms unknown to bl ,Mali--i--A-me---.WM.---n--M.---.-e..-.Q fri! Q iq , - - - - - se ff " ef" S- ij ,. i 1 man. Suchfan imagin tion andglrlsh wit as NJ llfeaj' N pf his is surely? Uhe gift of the gods! QM my l 64 hu li all - ll 'I When SQ. ire came toxlisytamnere lad in 4, ,il grew ' , I. 1 . 1 I 2 jk, Ili' 5' short pantsfg he led a verycquiethand incon- l i i ,gym spicuous lifleg makin the honolr roll for Applicant for B.s. Degree ii lack 0f Somdthing Ore interesting t0 dg, CBusiness Administrationj ! l But what fchanges Rhese few yfzars have Philologian Literary Si- j lflffl J - f - ' t , H ll M. . , H'1l i l wrought! 5 l-Ie has achieved' considerable iiibyaterfi Seefeiifjf Pair- 1 l 5,4 i success as a debater of the Philologian Lit- Hameflfafy Critic, Best lg i iiftiifii .1 l X . Q l Q Debater s, Best Read- ,f lgiyi erary Society. We feel that hisg success as er's Medals '23, Best M1 , ' I ' ' ' y f 7 ' - i ' - if I a lawyer is assured. Hee has developed into gjlgjteejtifefligllzfffefjxfj it jf a real man who possesses the highest ideals ,245 Debating and For- Q GQTLQ' I 3 X, 2. .5 1 . ensic COL1l1CllQ Y.M.C.A.g . ffm, K and ambitipnsp the keenest insight which BIQCI-Fl611bL11'g' Club, vice. enables hmr to bee both sides of a Question, igisisldent 22' Treasurer y i . and an iinselfish and magnfanimoixs disposi- 'J 'illiffg tion whichqmakexs him game in defeat and y modest in victory: He is a loyal son of his l lil Alma lVIater,lJi1t'abo,w5X,a-l-l-gh'e is to be re- Q l s.-.. ' ,, . V . -,.,,-,l, W, l,,,,,,,Y., membered as as tryle frie yi g . i 2 if W e fi G-NL V. XX 3 ICIH5 "Mi xy lr 'xx W l , it X X! 1 ,N tx,-,-,J 1, Q H K rl XXQS ' haf 1 I if R, q Jil A l 5 ll lf: l l f -Y iilif e H y T V SQUIRE E if ,. ,, am ,, , , ,Na ,,,,,,,, me ' il 'Y 1 ,7 is-...........,..,.-....,..,..,..,....,..............,v.,..,.,.......,,..-,....,,, ,,.-,,.c .,,,,...,..a...,,. ' it-A . 1-Le 'ff"T? 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' 'Vai i x ' i:4g.gjQ?i'g:i:?EF2?::1: :e:::'lfQ- --if i 3 E 1 I ,, ll ihf lil lv i ri l l' i i 154 W l Zi. 1 ci it ljli li X 1-'fl' ' ig 1 -- i li' iii? g' ,ff -g V11 i i n it f f- f i Ai 5 LL i i lil lil lil wi f' -Jig i i i .ie it f 2 h It ' . l ' :li 1 'ff' fl ' l l I l 'K llll H 1 'wtf if ' 'X ii PM Q ll ' be tail 1 2 i if llll M + QR 1 ' if ll l JT! Hgjff--'fiiilfiiiict take Brann as Q v 1 . gl assi ii: vg"gwgQj' ,J .Nor . Q 1 Hb ,H f wg l .ll ll Uhf H1059 tUU1Y?m OF O l " 3 is - ,lid lli lb his class? Althotlflh 0119 Can' i vii V 1 fl fnot attiibuteltofhim any an- Q-3g E WV, 1 fiffo'-44' igelic 'NYIQ'lgS We most heapfg' a -' i l ,- ull i 1 'm him as oun' f17lCI1dI-, VVe know . 3 li V E proc al A ', f X If 7' ' vilf l if lil l E " as a loy-al friend ilfldsfl UNC Sport- at , .. ls v , A 1 i ,' I ' , ' . 1 F j , l l ' is more admirable! Vi XX., , , , ff i had , Braun 'thas the DOFIYXFI5, characteristic ot V it U i 5 l fexv of usp--of remaining the same through- ' .,, l . .-is . iX . ' ' X H l ,,,,. ,g,,,-,,,, ,. ,, W . A. Y . I out the vmggifutles of life. Vlfliether he be f :. 3 Q . I1 A RAYMOND ELLIS BRANN gl A amid 'Joys PI'g,21L:lVCI'blFlCb hell: fhie bam? E.. , 5 7 gk Village, va. I optimistic felloyvp- x.,, L xvlthh his slqeen sense o ,a , 3 , , , W .I V x . 4- or f 6 ' LH l -,M--emi C.,ieX:,' A humor he causes thoses aroundrliim to forget l .. if- Aoo A . 3.1 .raffle if li, i . . f ,f :iff , V , s 1. t. tj lg: f,g',I+iiW'-L'-M-4--'m1"""fX,l ' 'f A their d1scouragemer1tS',s.tO 5665316 Pleilbimf X It I' 5 l ' ' .' 'X . X - " Q' ' r lil aspects of life instead ofNtxhe irevverse, and it .V ig i is this characteristic of his that,has played J: Iii' X i'.. . . ijg. . 5 X 4: p p a great role, in winning forgjnm a great host l v V' r of friends. 1 . V l ' ., ' lilil ' Yi . . . 1 - Q, i lla l The Hneyer-say-d1l:" spirit has without ic, 'l'J1'1iCfl"t for BA- Degree 1 doubt beenlresponsiblle for many of his Vic- ij Fine socfler Q Fooggiill gil 5 tories. Ultimate iailbre has no place in his 1 Q " , 'Z 9 , ' f , i . ' 3 - I - - N ' - A 1: It H l l P'fQQhenJQ C1251 fl-H1195 l thoughts. ,With a foresight into the tutuie, if i l 1 iiiiieiiiiref Riifiiiiientzigtii 57 i shielding from his sight the shortcomings Qfgi ' l 4 ' 7 l'l l I Y' . . l . I l -' i l 'ri-easm-ef Y.M.C.A. '23 Y of the 1st he eftrnestlii- winds hi' wax' with H l , Cast in Virginia Histories if ' pc Q, s C . 5 . ' . . Nr 5 4 . nl Pngmm .23 Q 5 an unrelenting determinfition which ot its gl jpg l own pouqerfwill inevitably remove impedi- Q5 QM i ments which thwart the progress of those v-ig y Q4 i who have ambition without enough "stick- 5 - Q ljli I to-it-1veness." A , E ' . l l We propliesy for this member ot our class ? i , Q 5 il: i a notable plage among tlie.-.f,uture promoters i v i of human 'Wfflif21TC""II'lxClii' " fl' ' F ' xp , Q g . cixi ization. oi .Jin g ivhat he wantsxhe has kproyen himself able i A in some measureito attaiQiX!.c.elgk , .. W 1 s " X "W--Swv, V ' Q l 1 bah w v 1 i U E: li l X, 4. e rar 'Stl v ' il l V Wil Em i t i V 5 r "RAY" V . ,L--1-.--.g-s.-.- ,gut t .i . 3 . li V e .--.-LQ t e e s H my f'qii'i' . 5 c g i,,2as.,.s.s........t..,.t..T,., gg l 'Q 1, :!pI:,p'5ff3i12fwvw'gAEv?irEQf,,7,g.-fr 'f'QNT"'j-'-e--f'-'--- . ..,. .- .. . .-.- --.M QQ Zi ti e 7., ---et'f'L'li"'4'4fs-lLs5:s-.s:s.x,i4g.,gi4.f1f,',?.fx:?fE" "7"f'A""f"ff""-4'5"Tl'T'Q-'WUT fY2?'.4 2? . A 'M i'f"f':-2 ff -Q5 xl..,g,,,M, Lgfffgfl--13A 's.1A.'Xg,.n. 11.14 ygggtggg, xggtjt-M Q! Page Tlnriynglx "ne --es'- 'f--, W Iii' .... 1 is--W -s g-..-W W-W------fvzfj 2 i v,v, H'-' .Liga SI I4 I3 if If Il IE T4 IVV In lg If Ii: I 1- vw Q. .ll I If II- II :IC If III Ig CI III '- ir Utl ' 'i J -I INI alll ic- I Iiis FU. E1 Ig- Q' Ith III I5 Ill- 5r INK' V4 ft- ta ' II J gps E4 I v I'fs 514 DUI' ' I TIN' NW I I V4 E! ,N Y F4 'I I K4 N r' I 'II 'I' I4 If V4 If Iv' I V4 'r IV' 1 Y f C' ill' Lu wr.-f'1 vfw I ,RJI I I I It? IIS I II? III I I I Q. 1925 WEB IVfi?f59flkf553?tr1i4vf1fY- ' Ii-V-,I I ffl,-1 11--iAWf-1-gm I.,-,o yr,"-q-qi -,i1,1i5 I .3412 3 I kr, - ---- -- -- I I -...:!I- ,,,, ,,,,,,.7,7,,,v I , W f vw V V V Y -I ,S I v' II .. I I...., .,.. .,L, I , L,W, among, ,Mmm-I-Mmlg I I VII IFF-I----I-I-,,,,,,,I-I-ff ,. ff- , I, , " If II I I------------- Q-'YA I ----M I I II v I II .. I I I FEEEgg35222---'j11i"'931?f1e'.EEEf-L? I V III, If' "e"f""S"'r'a"'e""""w-aII I -- I4 I III I ff III? Ita 1. III f 1 I PE. I nv XJ I . U I I I 5. "1 '.-. 4 I-I EI W VII, ff-3 X. I ,If VK -gf 'S gqL'fI"i jfs- 'Wx I F, f-dj X IQ 775- CRIZDJTIQABSLE resume of the eaftrlfpuxs vyorlcs of this pntassurnting Ycombinatlon of a 'gdod studentlllirid an energetic ' N' '44 bdnch ot nervfes is not to be set forth in soIbriIef ajb acegjg J Perhaps! therefis no Ilmeirgber of our class III' ' IIII I v VII I . I I II IIII I III I I I I I I III II II: I I I I ' I III I IIII v I IIII I lv I .. III I I I IIII I I .. IEII I A I I IIII IIII I .0 I I II I I I IIII I .. I I I I I I I I - V' I II I I I, .I c., Ilmv It I' I I who has,4d'one Imore Infllsponsible work of I I .. IAQ an inconlspicuops natnre than'II."itIhe gentle- I I II Y man frornXTulsa" wIhLd, for Idhrbe years, has I I I I been a faitl3fuhIIworlcer on bdihmfhe Col- ' F t,eIv,4, ,,,,,,M,,Q,-WW, I II . . ' "', . I 'f I I I IQ leg1an" and Wflhe Spider." QI I II- FI I I FI I .. I w I IIII I ' I ,, FALKNER CARTER BROACH I It I V A studenIt, no because he odged Chem- Tulsa Okla - I I XI I I I istry I for foul? cbn ecutive yd s or because ,I It ' i I I -M In ' J7 I I ' XIII , . , I g- V , I II II .237 he did not ,select Nllia-thf I asta major, but Kfgh-I I -I I IJ II " Ia, I :III I fx :III ff, I X I v 15:1 because he! early learned the IIart of self- I I I I I - I.. Q1 - - If ,II f X Y' I-I I I ' I I I I applicationja secret muoh dxesqed but nev- I I I I V er attained tI'y many matfiglulales-and re- I 'I Iv' garded college as a "fitting for I'Ife" process I A 1, f B A D FI pig xl I 'I I I -' - - I I ,ig I A Y I I I pp icant O1 . . egrce I I and not as VaIfour-5 ears loaf. II I I I I .. There was no exb1tement when he ma- II ' I On?1C1'0'1 Delta Kappaj I V f' I I II 'I th I 11 I 1921 Wd th ' I I Phi GEIUIFH 1361? I I " Iv' ricu a e 'in e a o an ere is I man u 5 ta " he I I - I I d I I - I I Collegian" '22g Sports I I no excitement over Iis epartnre in June I- I :g:3gitOr,23, 'g4gA5iiita11t I I I .. I I ' ' ' ' ' I I itor ,245 ports itor I I ' l9?5,hbutI the estimation of his plaslsmatei I ATM Splgdlf, ,Zi XI25: I I if fa CS 1lT1 Zlfl 1I1'1 OI' all C0 IH 0111? WV CC O I ssistant itor '24g ice- ' Fiji I h-1 I p I g ' I I I President Freshman Classg I Iliff C aS5'3-C llevcments' I I I I Annual . Representative ' V 7537 In additibn to devoting more time to col- I SOPIWOW Class? Secfeml' I I " I I, I , I I I , Junior Classg Treasurer -I 3 'I V lege pubilications than any other senior, and I senior Class. I I - I -. If bein I l I b f hi ll I t h ld I III V I g the on y mem er o ft e cass o o I I I U ggi! a class oflice for four years, he has proven I ft Iv I-.9 . '-eg' . I ' I I ,, himself a persistent worker, a thofough stu- I I V. In I , , . ,I I I-LII! dent who satisfies himself vvtth the small task well-doiTe,-a.Icheerf1il and good-natured I LWIIM .I.I, l.....g..,-..,,..,.. I fi ,I I . I ' . N3 ,I - - I leader, a sincere Ifriendfa cjombination pos- I gf sessing the Iearmarks Qftfaxnoble life of If 'achievementf I -JI 'NN-Xgllb K --I Ifff ' V X-N5 . iirftl V V 5? I ' 3.7! I ' aw: , I I V EILII I '- flije I II I V -I - f-KID" J X44 34 , .3353 I,.1Ig.zga,-.g:ggg.:iqgggiQctaggzigggiix.g11::Q:.4::..i:.i:.:....J I '54 IJI I It i,It,, ,l,I,,M,,H,., ,I,,I,r u,,,l,gWAMg-,n,,,-,W x, Il-' I-.-I .I-..-.,.--- A... ka. ...,,... ..,-,,-,-.-- -,.- ..,,.. -,..,, .l,, ,,,..i-,-,.-,,,,,--,,.,, h,,,,I,, ,,.,,,,,,,I ,,., ,N,N,I,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,-,-,I-NM., ,-,,, I., M,-,,,,,,,,-,,,,M,-,,,,,,,,.,,,g-,,,,II ' of I-.'jr7.'s :ja-Ififtffvifz I, 1'-"'f"I"i,., 3'J'r'T1I'T'.'i- 'r' I I f' I L'II-QT'itt'Q'1?Tt.ijiwzrf'QQi.iiY.?.:'I.fII3I2r,12??'IzZktilfitibzi-1I't1r'I5T4F7YQJ ,Fifi ?g?if1f'?f:Lt 1if'f:?' 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BROCKENBROUGH Warsaw, Va. ....,,v ---ff li-J: Applicant for B.A. Degree Cross Country Team '2l, '22, Indoor Track Squad '22, Varsity Track Squad '22 5 Freshman Track Squad '22g Second Assist- ant Manager Football '23' Staff "The Collegian" '22 , Assistant Managing Edi- tor '24, Managing Editor Cresignedl '25, Managing Editor "The Spider" '24, Editor-in-Chief '25 3 Honor Roll '24g Philologian Lit- erary Society '22, Chat- ham Training School Club '22, '23, '24, '25, Annual Representative '22, Secre- tary '25: Tidewater Club. v 1 tail IF' igil lgtl ef' iz?- 13: it iii R. 'ni' ml il' 4, ,. 4 , 335 li, lil 'I l i 3, lu :Qi fl 54 in vii i-51 -.,--.Mm...W -. M4255 ,1 1 eff ' w ,. y.,- .-lt. igiliiilll Aii1lll'3 33.7 '-:ll if ll ' Y vylax his-all f"Ns3F'l ,1- LLM Wx ff fl fl f 'CJ .- V f if 1 .5 ,N .ff fu, bil fi f V 'nf ff! XX rf! K5 Nl for?-t N' .f of-Q i 1 ff we x - ENV meh havefieyer worked .so aid and unceastngly and with Follittle -reward for their class lanil Ulniversi-ty ,Rs l'1aS Bill- Q 4Hisi,hasf beenfa four years well spent and tlie, afteiiikyearsfhe will look back on -'is college daiyslwith tlhe pleasure of lcnowirigk that he as rriuch into col- lege as he got of-it. Heygill have no remorse forlpastiiactlionslnor regrets iforiloslt ortunities an Est at is a tri ute, in ee , ijcliiany man. l, MX-X If l , While hisfgrvbofs chiefly, been along the lines of journalismt-he has in no way limited himself to this ode filelld of college activity. Omni' the contrargiflie has taken a very activeifjinterest in practically every phase of college life. Thus his has been a well-roundeilfcollege iife. , College is supposedlto be a place to equip one for bigger and better life and' for Bill, college hasf been just such a place. He has made the most out of college by putting as much intofiqi as was hurhanly possible. He has done lmilchl for his University and ac- quired many honors. The friends he has iggade arg ninierlous :Rnd wiiat more is life an to e We ty oug t of y onefsl fellows. Surelygkbllegex will always hold many happy memories for Bill E1,IlQl,-011' the other hand he Williilongnbeffemernbered bv his Alma lllater. If Q ' , .., A 1 He ' yi,-ij V f' i L Tir XJ . . B I L L. . 5 L Lf?"-'ST "'f "' W ' "N "' """ '---K f--'- -be-------' - :flee-c:1igl-agg-,1f.g' :a1.f:a-Lair: - Vi-2. 'f3f25i?a51if2iif:"i""7" -f-2'-P7212 "N 'kiwi' ------W-.'..i'f.'a""wik"' """"4-f c-"'--"'-'1f"i-f1?.A2'L'.1x:'k1.La" QXA' KXAJJLX 'L Page Tj ,fly eight 2 r"" 'T'fT'?::::':t:Z.l1g::5:::"'f'-tfif:1TEt-Qf:::.':,.,--,1,22 v1,k 4 Aer U I 5 I k L. ll I I' rs X. C 1 X fl 1 Q s C Q C X. F s iff" XAXA F1 fi 55 11 E! 55 rg Ed fi Q5 ti rj: E1 C1 C5 FW N 7 H4 " f 53 5,1 5? ti tj E! Ei fd S4 55 ff his td fa if 11 bf-1 'Q 1' L'-1 -C ? V4 1, ,g 11 Cv F" if td E5 11 X4 V I V4 A F I i I x 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 . 1 4 1 1 l l 1 l Q ffm- 1925 WEB .. 1 . NX , . 1 l i 1 l, ll 'j'g"1jii3ijjiifTt"iit'f:ff rjitit to ""::ii:::LZe- s-- 'Q ---we Y , W rF-L'l.f::.'l..TT'-"T..fi'?':.f-'M"N:'--ii'--Q-T f:'f 114 1 153 11 if X311 11 TZ 1 ff .4 41 X li y iv gf el 'Q Y' 1? YQ' 'X i ll l u.f' ' l l fd' 13 'H5il"L'pat5, .eiqseem rugged and i the' slgy o eirdast with clouds, Ili? ibut noilolbstiacle however llfl fthreatening long impede f If the progress of youth when it has girded about itslll in?sXcl9uch powerful 1 .1 1,1 allies as ambition and perseiqexrance. 'lg 1 Therefore, Hyman wasklshivering his gli 'PY' 1 af' ld'dl'Nf1 W1 '11 11 M, ance abalnst no IS fzsnu xyinwsmi W en ILWm mMM A - A 1 he set hlmself the tasj of accomplishing in ' L-l::s,1iii'll.-l.-- - - 31? three yearsX!wh1at ordinarily unremit- g F 1,1s t-,--,Mt.M-.- ..111 --,. r1s,. r-1.,-----,e a-..,-. fed Cf1Cfgygnd'il??i1 to Successfllllliy effectuate lf' L-fl , HYMAN CANTOR in four. rind, awlthoughi he Sid embarked X 1 Petersbur Va 1 1 . . , l I ' ilu upon a progrdmg W ichllyieldjd no bed of 11,1 1 HL lp' p T roses and wgllfhave Ftilrinerved the iiaflld-il gffifif ,At pl V staunchest soill, yet through fallil the tempest l 1 i jgiiq of impediments that iaroseixtoflbebet his path, Q l fi? ' ' l,1' 1 A . 1 , ambition and perseverangysagfely guided 1 1 1 123 him past al-1Y .s'hoals. x l 1 When all recolletctions of sfudent life 1 have obliterated thegnselves frogn remem- ' brance, the' personaliiy of one's tudent as- 5 , 1 1 sociatlesf ugll remain lvliriiclelible anemolry Applicant for BS. Degree i 1 -y an e y 11 e passage o imei in so t e 1 1 friendlinessof Hymallx and his Willingness l Y' M' C' A' ' to ever eyftend a helpinngk hanftl will long be g 150' remembered after his imagef becomes hazy 1 3 ll and indistinct even to his remotesi acquaint- ances. His seriousness and indhstry have I often diffpsed an aroma that has lajeted as a S 1 ,gif stimulus mi those with Whom he came in , 1 contact, and putlkto shame habits of indo- l 51314 lence and sloth'fulness.ff-if Le A---A--H QA eq VU' The "must'f' 61 Meaicme has Ciaimed 1 1 A ,f sys, . 1 lik, Hyman for heurigyvn, and in thisswprofesslon, ' Will his life-worlqkprobablyxbexceiifered. . - 78 X . 9 ? if 'XJ l 1 l 'U 1 ' In 1 1 f '-3..f' H Ei? 2:31 4. by 3? fbi l 1 l 1 . l nDnCvv Qs Q' l a..:ff-,ffl-ff,-, -, ,sill--fa-3-iiw, ,,,,,, W-ef, .1--, ,wi -W ' 1-.,.,.,, ..,..., ....., .. ,.,,.....-l...a..w.,........- Y... ....- ,-.i...i,---.- V 'W .T'i'T"' T 5'T 'li i'?'49- 1 F - Wi H '-Y M. GT:-'lm Wfwiii A lf" 'im-7-r if'-7fw'1ffMfi1"1Yf1v'2rv'e'. ivlrvv' 5 A, rx-'rg-r-:-,qv-rv. wrvshwfrs..-fix v.1w':v.,g1':s,1":v'o':1.'v7r'v11:'r.. 1z.v:v.f YIZTRMYVAYITVK, tvs? f . 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Q. 1 11.1 fi1Qj,fi1 Ready t0 P?s1f1?1PaFS2J'? s11 SF?dC9t MPN" 'lf Q1 E1 1X-41 w.f11f Neff .11 ties, though iff0t1ObtI'US1V6, he. will climb , .. 1 1 1 ig ' 1 . 1, -. 14 1 xr cc, '1 to 1 1 11 131 a ne1ghbor's apple tree, or SQ21C1f lat 5 A Q? 1 room Csee :his record 1n the.De'f1I1 S QH'lCC1 -1 1 1 11 111 or fish in Cfhief Burns' lake'p,rov11Ld1ng All!-BH f, 1 V1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 '1 N i d X 1 I 111 111 1 and Cook are along. ,Ruth and Eaomi, an , M 1 Q1 Applicant for B.A. Degree 111 David andf Jonathan are strangers com- V1 .. 1 1 1' - 1 1 1 - , " - B 1 1 AsS1s1m11r1m1agef Baskgg- 11 pared to the combination of 1Cook and V1 ' 1 1 . "77- ' 11' . Si ' ' 4 1 ' K .Q 1 1 1.1 15111: Mi,Sg2fCg0Ci1Q1,241 111 111 1 Chaiftin, fopg Whither thou goest? 111. go, V 1, 1 1 . 1 :ENUIUOY oclags Baskeglall 1 seems to be1the1r motto. As a. politician, . 1 1 1 1 1 1 14g 1- ra tu- ., 1 . 1 , - I' ff 1 3 11f1ifnG011er111ii211i flgsoeia- 111 1 1 Chaflin 1s1a1world beater. Remember his 11 , 1 . 3 1 , tion '25g 'Senior Class 111 1 l 1 1 ' 1 Representative on Social 1 ' 1 1 Center Commrtteeg Y. M. 1 1 11 1 .. 1 1 C' A' 11 111 1 11 1 F 3, 1' 1 31 1 'Q 11 11 .. 11 1 11 1 1 " 1 1. ., 11 11 11 1 .1 1 1 .1 1 .. 1 1 Q-.m- - 11 1 1 1 1 k ' " 1'1:.....a1 1 Q5 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 hd , 1 V 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 .. 11 1 1 1. 1 11: 1 1 1 111 .. 11 1 1 .1 1 11 13 t sweepingfvictory last fall, when he was selected Sedretary of Student Government. The Democrats would do wellfto take a few pointers from him. When a rainy night comes around, do you remember how his gang ivould get out the old slickers and hike to "271'? And Challin would relate again how he1.so,ldnLwLb1ejs'toTthe heathen of Indiana. "Them wasfthe1 days 0' real sport." V 1 1' 1 - ox . ii' N' Rs- X wax . 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' fix 12,7 l x i a Q E r f""13'v f ,P I f f Xf ,fn fl' X ,f"ii?!, 143 Xxx? A., 3 .A P" -- . 2' rf' f' fi - .1'f!-""7:'T,j:gkx df! H lkli"t's'l g N .W NW,-xy -X! i HERLxlzrre sdrneil men to whom fwe are fzll iniymediately drawn first acquaintance. They QQQJ lg f enlist fgjendship and hold a sqft qw 1 - i xx ,fs . . A ' 'Af"-l it K-.throu rhouttfour association ," . ,f ,x l , with them? They ail'fchosenQby their fel- lows to lhold pfositions lpf tdustliand confi- dence andxgreatest oflall they fare staunch advocates df, thalt which is righffand seldom betray the confidence of those Who look to them for leadership. Such at lnan is our friend Johni isitlrue that have known him only afshbrt while", shorter, in fact, than weivouldihavxe it.,l N evertheless, it has been enough to reveal to us' the "real stu5ff,i1'of lwhich he is pf N 'Q made. Whveun- a score of years have passed and we remember with pleasure the days spent here on the "pine clad hilllsfl "Mr.,' Cheatham collecting lbudget feesfx sitting in a senate session, or Hsliiggingn some member of the fair sex, will occupy no mean place in our reflections. Q lt is with reluctance. that we, part with our classmateQand friend, but we realize that ouracrivities here are ' but iaprepara- tion for life's journey, the greater part of which lies before us. So we send him forth into the viiorldlyfeeling sure that he will remain true to his friendsbandfmay he be a credit to hiss:-Alma.Mafer, land most of all bring fame to himself. fi? h QQ? f -K N Maw. .Qin lr X. N-.D tr 7 :tis 3. . 1 ff. 4 s E DL!- -..,,.-i::?ffiiil:ff: 1 2645 M Wg - at-f - .f ifl.QQf'.QI.QfI,fQQL...QQQI' .QQI.If.Q,,,IQf...'..,'.'.',", " "-""' l . 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III ,I I little weavrngjf notes pf wenpimelnt v Ifjiji I VI f moil amongfj stark sounglsff ofI' sharp en- 1 1I+,i! 1 !1f ioymenfl ,If U 1, E3 'l'l"'fI I if III II I and the noise increa es 7 11 V 259152 5 III 1 I ' 1" Mi, II' If I wanes then! Waxes I v I I 15 III1 'I and a turnjoiil prece s a tumultg I If' I among theilwhining nlotes of theItrees -f Avvlicant for B-A- Degree I y and the slender sibila t man striyes upward IIIVII Sigma Upsilon. with eyes gleaming pi cingly I 'V II III 1 I 1nto the gloom and Whispering sillehce. ' III the l1ttleI envious treesxclattery their an- ,- 111Ig24 , II51 I noyanoe I ' , IIXQT II II I that they are hdtefully rooted 1 1 'V fllfis 'I :lI, I ' I I I . . I I. U' LP33 I I while the slender slbilantfman strives up- V IVII ,III I I I Ward. 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' - ' l ,W l! lfrftf 1' all WF :Sm A f in those' dimly remem- li!! gill v 51. 9 x gn 1' l l' l -V' ., 1 ff: We lu' 'Ill 1 fpffil, Sli, Q Alf ji beyed wlgdafys of 1921, when E25 My , I 5, Q 5, lC96 as a savage sopho- 125, lf' 5 45435335 ' I I- ' H 1" ' ' ,' 1 - Sli all 'K F"C"',51q li :Qi E3 morepfh Xatsgdubbed him the ifjg lip lyfgjlf 'i J L Pi f -dui P it 1 il if it f 'H i xl luperec a i e e er ant 5,55 fu E 'F-igg A A .--. - is , wzsisf 1 .. , and Lord of the Lathe Land'ers. This led l2l lla ua lzmi 1 it - 1 v lf w- llc: Ml li 1-'free I to two vital consefyences Whgich have al- lali 1223 15.r:1JQl '11 I '1 ' lll lll l l ready helped to shape hi campus destiny. ljll lla, 5, . eww ll ll ' X Vx ' ifll 5' ' ffixlll . li fe r W . nee 4 o ecu era e so pg, gil, H lj, 5 v J A X4 las! . Y Cdl t .T X p . t l ill' il'l u".f'nf1 t vigorousdiad been his c Xmpaligrhxagainst the ills lg Evpll' . -' 1 X yy :iii j lE,,,i:, l 'S verdant Rodents' S0 'imc' d Oppeed back 3 1 W F classy anflx C2l sugh praclcisx had been 'hivimi"MMM"i"mi"" m'i"i'lWJ ly, W gained sluggin' the paddle ltlviat Captain , L V l 'L ' ' 1 l ,Sl ' ' u ' I l 'I l l i I I it It Cook standls before us as a rpkcqgrd King of l faq GEO- FREDERICK COOK, JR- 5- .-aa 1 li ..,, I ,p5.1.5,p l pl Swat. But liliebgreatest pa adox of all l , l ll, l Washmgton' Va' 1 J 3 j i,"j?QIle l El i l j ll 1.15 , ! l :A jg t iiivrgf l gl came when the very ats he paddled elected l X3-KE,Cgf!x.::::7,:.1,.i2:.1Ig::,gzigf.i4g:1L:::Q5",f:w at ii ju gg,,f,5 . . ' . w mlm, X , ff- ---e ------W------f---e--'-'H---. -X X --f 1,e:.f5y , hirn to be pflefsident oiifheir 1 N-fly lg! s -'-- f We j ,nf 'y - Y l- 1 ' - lil' ,,i IF ,. EE' Any one' linowing tlfgXCRolcyH family can ' Q . , 1 ,i . . ff N lvll see Why Bred has ou staridiiyg qualities ,Q mf N which Willa take him high.-La very happy fl l .. eombinationfeof them: the plro erbial way ui 5 y ADDliCm1tf01'B-A- Degree v ll with the Women, eqllalled by h s ability to A '21 Omicfon ,Delta Kappa: lf ljilll I ,5 1 . L l lg: Kappa Sigmag football lg X il fjflfif yv ll get along vyith and manage melngxa purpose fi Squad 120, '21g Sopho- ggi if lig:im if to get thej most good from his days here, YQ gqajfftgagl, my I Ei in and out of classy lan ability to concen- llil Ffeshmafl Baseball: Base- llg f 51 ,L f . . l llf ball Squad '23, '24, Cap- 5 ag. lfyq it l v gl trate on hislstudies W ile most o the boys in tain '25g soccer Team ill ly 13414351 l'--l, - 'Y - 1- - H '24g S t , S 1 ig' E -Rlgli 3 5, are just t inlting aboutx study'1ng,iresult1ng l Classfciffggilenfp :QM lgrmli fall in plenty off time for bull sess1ons,l ten min- l ill Class: Vice-President lm l?-5-fill l V 5 a Nh l. ' . ' Level '24, President '25 g 1 I Q l lyf-:iii lg Q' H ute dates, 'plenty of at letics, dlramatics, Member gf Budget Com. 'V if "frat" l1ffe,iiand sleep novvjand fclmen. He ""tfee- ii jfixfig j Q w ' 1 1 l , i:,,lT,1-I ll L ,E gets more out 'of tvventyjfour hours than gil gy ', . at I l 5: 1. ,S -2 l . gl anyxstiudent we liver savv.1. h lj gy 'M yi 'll n across ti e moon ig t campus as El lli l' 'fi-195' .. U l .X . ' n l li wfsifl gg? UNO. 9" drops hiin aftepa-gnoie show the ig? gkng A A llgfig l ., 5 night before 2lxfiT21'a'l""Exaim,?'n comes his cry ""'m"""""'m"""""m"W"'w"M"w"ll - ' l - Lf - -. l , L 'Ea of nonchalanqcegwgyvhich tpiusxtipifies his I X imap? c ean, carefuflrlriqing a 'd.,lQWeextMp anned I if limi: l C I ideas for thexfgigt: "Come 3i'E5fam1na- 4 L, tionsll" ' l l ll lil.-Mill 1 ' l ll V l lf-if"ill I penis V Q. l l 5 if u .,.,--. .1 l ll . yiffil l z "Mel: 5 i lflrfkl , l,.1l. l es,-In ,.i,r l 1 I flbf ll l .. ., ll lfwfll 1 COOKIE in fs,.f,g il T x,,,, , ,, H, ,, ,, , H, ,, .,,., W WNW, ,. ,, .. , LIf'TTif1i'ffff'f'fffffif'fffff,1.f,fff"QQljffffffllf7""m"' wW'ff,.. - 1 QQ 'J 'mi l l W Y A W-,-,,w,,,-,-,,,--,,,---,,,,,,L,W, ,.,t ,,,,-L.,,t.,,, ulu. 4. ....eVr..ur,. , ,--.f.2. Y 2. ...2 -. ,Wil gfgvgl, gl "' , 'Q 'I W, wg wg , . , --v:s:'v:i'vTxt1ms1f'v:'e2'a":r11'x''fm.""rrtfr"' .v 'x':fPiLf1'Z:-gn,f""aP'-..':':vf..1f: 1' . , , VFTMTH li ll bin-15'f.h"i'2u'L-1? - A-ff? - D effffziieiifff'-.1' I .2 ,ee,e. - e,ee 31,4 li L: W W ----:-um----- -mv.-,MM--5,-Fh,-.,,,,,H,w,.-,-,.,.....-.--.. L... --.M-,...-.V- ---awww .A- Page Forty-three ffl e 1925 e e s 5: -W e qu 1 R, .rv MY- ., a - ,Ri f,n:'yj -' ,mfgzg1R':-1-,.a.--4-Mev--- 4--- va. f-- - fe , 517157 . Ni-g,gJXv-,,111,gj'H,1.f.Ll"J2'3i-1'T1Ml-f"5't" ,QW ,.,.. ..-.,-- .A-' if--e---I R - fx . tx . C.. , sy ,.,,-4.n,x...n.s..L1L Q. ,,---.....-.H . K Syl' V W-M--FM,,,,,..,-- --f-- -- V U F - f' -Y-M f - R'Ri:"RTf'T'ifZ?T77 eRRR-ReeR-fee-RRRRigti.11frf'h 1 'f ' V E C me-444.1 Qwv..-----'-""""'M'-"W R lf if s td . 5 ll li " ! i ll , 0 r H ,E I ,,,,,.,.- 4,,-,.,-- ..---la" Y,,:.. l r-R""'1'T...f A. -A----'-"'..---y----'tr"' I -gtif., ..--i-Ji-,-g::,t::I-1'- -f--4-r""' " "" gujw " l li My 'l, wx ,R J, ll' l ill H l,l ll lg! ll. " Q ll 2 I ,qi js l ll 4 ll , R M ra E E fd gl 6 S 5 5 , 3 , R Q i i " 1 fl J HARRY sANBoRN coREY, JR. Lqllxl U tsl Richmond, Va. l W i x 7 l .I gl' ! ,ml .. , I 5 l R I Applicant for B.S. Degree l X3 ' L CBusiness Administrationj 1 I . ' ' Phi Kappa Sigma: Assist- l ' ant Business Manager , V I "The Spider" '24, Busi- 1 ' ' ness Manager '25 3 Stu- i Q dent Senate '22, '23g John ' f Marshall High School , " X Club. .. , , .. .l r-l X I l l .o l 1 1 . Q. Q Q Q4 S sa l S B 3 B I 1 n M 1 fl f" A K f f4 '- fgff E ' -1 eff fi' l .2-ini! 1'1-fl Xxxfff 1 l,,,'--4--Nga f ,b w ffl NAR ,K ' f ',l f R N , v he conigiiiplioyslll Zipci 5 .Q a ltilhere he goes.-an Tjgnasghej Camegg gdllegetriding Q , jhis xfaiftfhftllfsfeadlil xlfllhe Seng- -cA.fs1 ff0r'l' is iwiell acquainted with the "fast get" off Richmond otoricopsl and not infrequentlyljthis "se H tries tio escort him to col?ege but find tha pace a bit too swift! il, The Senatorfgisfanlxvays full pil fun, ready to carry on ata fnpmelhfs fnptice, never serious Cat lealst ive didnt thintk he had a serious thoughlt until lhexhad teheltpleasure of meeting Hheynl. Our ghodjfrihnd would ride miles th join "the boyswjiin pure bull session and jhd always has sifmetllirig new to tell us abofuilt the famous "Plirleys-On- Cayugaf, f 5 Harry isa! true Spider, alxvaysi iding an "Indian" aflnd shoutizig "We wil Win or die." "Thel Kid" isxa real fridnd, ever ready to help a friend out and some of his lady friendssay that heijhas suchiai "loving disposition." R X, 'L Then ,Senator is the "busy"f 'Business Managerl of " he Spiderf and iis always chasing the fs. ell, Harfry, here's to you, may you alwlvays llive up to your iliotto. Life is a jest, all lthings sho,yv,i't,! I thought so cii'a'ce-a-nd-novsn Eknow it. E A -'t 3 I l -f M 2 2 i qt E' Mil +x3,i fx , -1 C, ix-"Wi 4, R v Ei Cdr 55 Ht 56 w gvyl .vw I . x is.-,l Evii f-5:2 liVgl s-all Z" il SVU xi-E i gi 1 1 , l . D , 1 I i 1 l 'wg ll: . V3 ' , -. . if l , , L . .,j 4 2 n u ' 1 I , f . , i E My 2 .. 1, 1 i1 e F X l .. 1 f ,-J if 2 , V 1 , Qlkfii. .. 5 -- sg ,gg gg 1 4 ' I .. E l 1 ' l H s 5 vt .. 1m ' f V l f V 3' 5 R21 5 we EY "THE KID" v QNQ, i' "'f"', gg Rf" s 14, ef--JJ Evil. g ' R 4"U'-'J-I-I-fl' 5 ' 20-IEA-fp 'g2a,1g?,.'3R f'R-f'f'W1'ffWwvw'v. fm .W if' at M11 'cec :Rr -R :--R R-ef--H v i' Page Fmyf e R -R g'-'-g him? 'K-A ' Our """i RA e-Rf4f"1ii Riir'---gg.,--fgsaf-f1,,,,V Y sei PU R W if E5 F5 'J ta to tiff all E9 QU 7 F4 ,xr 1 N . gffi rl! 4 ij QS tl Q5 ra ts if Q ra R3 55 ga kd K4 5 lb! E3 E5 Q3 Q4 Q1 4 1 B il Q rs E n E3 x ' r 's 17' YA- 'uv .X +2 'N' dr, xl A11 225 ra 5: F! if ef fs 51 Q5 E3 rg eg C5 sa E3 53 S3 F3 F5 5? U E3 rg rp Q me sa E3 F3 rv E3 Eid tel fa :gs is P4 - c: bf? C2 E! l E5 fi, w u Clhe 1925 WEB I i 2 i Q.. 4 1 I 8 .u A I . ' , i 'W il 'V , 0 l 1 ,i i, .. . v V X 1 i l 5 4 i i i r 8 V I 1 l v i X. M V, fl ,, z , i an ew.-YW. W am-.,. . - as .t - ff f ef t.4:sL,.ge.g','r,,es'.'ei,3"ie,,g ,vigtafirpwawg swf t i t to 'wmiv ifvg - it , . e e "'W"'ffjf"i'?2'fN'W,-,,ji, nigi' " - an 77 i ' f Off A PQ: E- Q 16 i l 'ff ' 5 .. 2 e ll E! lv' i l 'tag i e , l .12 f -J EREX lt' h 'di any N54 Y- re nieiuw o avei eas jg of the h ghe txtype. There are u tal ggi i other w e hawability but do ndt hal fhthexxc aracter to E MVA" T achieve theil goalg hile others p p y have notxthe kimaginjlation lto 'understand f -e 1 a Sli ein i ideals, evenxofhpxthers.. John liseone who has at me at nt-- -wa ra,.f,,wuM the C3.p21Ciw' 119 ZlClliCVC gI'CLixt'llg!SL1CCCSS 3.I1Cl JOHN BATTE CROWDER fortunately is flilleised YVlXtll s dh characteris- i X Jarrett, Va- y tics that will ena "l him to earry his ideas p to a finish.-Af?-Iel isggrfusiciiisg to be proud 1 I t y it ., gg of, and asidie frornfhisxartisiie nature we g find a praftiical side to W-Ie is noted l, i p V for his wisdom and Corrigan sense. yl l Q Q p John, wylhb stands for ' ealsl and honor, i p has a great personality. He is always i j , ready to linjoy fu and usually creates i l gge-ag humor forl the benefit of his frie lds. Applicant for B A Degree i He hasl interest ii? all sorts lf peoples. I Pl. G D1 i P Q f Mi The pfosqlie boy Will think of hi., as a com- i 3 dei f:251:mia:afs2'5 g i y panlon, one who has interests common iff gag Hafle- i y with himf ,Students from alll countries will I - l ' 3 arf feel that! he is their type. fSha low people I Y ? ' -I - -1 I - l r i ' ' agp! will thinkfhim shallow, and bo sg supposed 5 - 3 to be deep yvilllfind him deep. I l l ' l Johnlisgloyal to his Prima. Ialter, loyal i j 1 to his friends and loyal to his work-may 1 l y y we wish him the greatest sucees J l Xu' - N- 1 3 if i N- I Q: - M--W W- f---my -W V , 1 -XT 1 - it a ' if N 15? X r nk- 1 X , l 1 tg. y g aes . - li y M "JoHNN1E" i V f"f'T'tf'w?j 1 Q . Q fift y, i, 'TTT ,e .. iii:-r'5.i'iiQm7ii iiii li . .i . i.ii.V5 Z -x 1 5 h B :-w.w-M --'-"--f- 1--11'-::rTff"T""""" 'L -k i -1 ---g-----:'.:i:7::r.i:: iifrl :::3:i:.L4.'T-----T"'ff:-T-amy, 'YES-.f'?iv'I'1fS'ilv'I-lil uf,-'-X--'X ' 1' ii --,fl 3:X,Q,q5.1' An"-39---'bla -g1..,-------""""""""""'-q-' '- " ' X V .,. 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Xj 1. gui . ?r'i'g 1 X . 51551 ' I-1 fl , l'5"f'i p QI' I .i is-gg ,l '1-LU E 1 , 1 -,L 1 r xr , rw ml it 1 QV' ', gil iw fy ga :gs l X X X l tl I "hi l ,iii l ' ll X ifff I I - A Pirf ,-nv-A ,,,. ,JU l lie' Fe C X A Hw,,,,,. , .. - gp Xl i 1 gf JESSE EARL DAVIS X gd: I lp Crewe, Va. l I i , ea D ,,r,,--,rr--,-uX--WW X Xt X . 1 gXf:":::f':4.-m--a.,F---X I XW 5 i , ,ri - wg ' .- y f ' XL XX ,. , fi ug, ,. ll' 1 i R , it iw if1,X1 X41 . ,. .f' ' wr ' .,ni i 45" t ' it ij l li: ll V1 1 Ill . Q ,Q Appliexmt for B.A. Degree 1 X X X li ' X 1 Mu. Sigma Rho Literary i Y 5 .' , XX Society, Sergeant-at-Arms 1 XYX 4 4, 'ZZXQ Treasurer '23g lnter- X Q X if . j J' society Debater '23 3 1 1 5 XlfXXQ', z -X X Chairman Debating and E if gg WX Forcnsic Council, Vice- t QXfXXfX E . Xi President, President '2Sg ii 1 WX 3, r X ii X li Secretary Ministerial As- g 4 5 j- X li QQ' sociationg X .M.C.A.g In- i'X ity! ' ii tereollegiate Debate, E Lyneliburg, '25, i i rlfiw iw l X , XX X XX X Pl ,fd Xfff K if , 415 z, .-,, 1 f if 2 l of rj ,ff vMXXXXM., t-Lqxtmugltspress from the metropo is iofgXZQreWe St0PPQd lWXXX ini Rich ond iron' morning 1n Septemblr "l2QlFh0ff Stepped -f1kf71Sk ' JCQSCXJ gghegwbgcame a part of the seething XB-af s 0- iQITl3:flX1itR7 known 35 the class pf! '25, and intce tliattnilemorable day he has becolme afreal map Xand a loyal Spider. blesses universal smile Xgnay be seen at all hoursicand laces on ourrl mpus, and the time has valid to come for us to see him in an unplezlsargt humor. l lg Yes, girls,lKmadXy a ejll6d,l.XUt OUIY Q06 can be choseirffand uqle' re inclined to think that one has alreladyi bee chosen, judging from Jesse's,conduct ion Siiibnldlavilpights. Jesse is ahfirdent suppohtefr o tall student activities ad is especially no ld for his voice which he uses o great a X antagein cheering thlelteams n to victor . He is also far-famed for is oratorica po-wers, and in this 'espect h rivals evel the an- cient Roxrfan speakers as he sets forth his ideas on an important subject. But, sefridusly, Jesselis a real eongenial fellow, possiessihg an affeiblermanlner and a warm handfclas of friendship vvhich have made him a hos of friendsjimong the facul- .- 5 in 4 E' vig V 6 V4 R, -. na un un V V N! V V. L V. V V V V lv V In an V ' v v 'v V V V OO V' . T1 V Q Nz Q S i 'i 3: I X t t , , iii: X MX ty as wel-lglas the students. The spirit of : ':, "H fi . - . XXXXp - perseverance andx diligence XVl'llC he has 'QA gggg X XgXXv MX SITOWI1 hC1'C,giUI'B us of --isfstfcess in his 1 m,.............a......-r..,,wq.::.gi:w:s.,+L-aQx42.,lJ: ' .L ,W , 1 chosenXfield o life, aid as Xghe leaves, our best Wishes golxgih himSNvX'4qgl Xi! X v gs: X1 144-.H ifsfi A fiiixii 533' Xiilfg i I i i .. tk" 5 X "JESSE" fiii, i 5 f ' a.-H " ' ' ' "" 'Qin' "'- ------f--V---H in e M WN--ai-11-Kelgilirg jggigjfwe e A .gp 1eur-,,.rr Xw I- N il' 41553-'L 1kS"'XWY5'RFyxwnnwxw4-Q?-fig'-7 D we -a A a X ' f ' - - -2 - D - D321 :1Y"'-'FC1G1m'r:sgw-mfr-f f , r at X XL...a up A eff:g.alw hjfgf' ,g "f", X an ef 1 ,J , ag g f P11geFor1y-rm - i fee -e -M41-L-r' e -EN Xt 'vA-X, 4'r,'4 YB - f 53 55 E3 N, U U E R W W 5 E 33 C5 H 5? M U ef! 55 ev: U 5? Z3 ni: U QQ U F4 U U F4 5 r V A ka ' v C3 W H 'Z if Pj Ei P1 N, F? tl! 'r F4 N r H 1 K W E4 fl vf R4 A , , f R v CHE? 1925 umm L ii , 3 W EJ GEORGE HERBERT DELK Nl E5QQQEEKEEQQQQESQSEEQEQQQ SES iggigibaimzssassmq E 4 - 1 if 'Tlii1,Q.figiQg.,.lQgQ.:glll,g,,14g....4lm....,...- .., ' E, yvx 'TLT'fifT':iT'i.--- '1'E:ff Er if , Q uv' E 5 t 3 Q R5 f H Q i gg A E' . lt Q s Q vt X 5 V " 2. I , . x 3 V Eg lg 5 - it U XL! K: - t , .. 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Y 1 L ee JILJ11 Content to 1?-Bygflggxey, Wyre: feel -Illbtinist Q VII f eb l,1A1 e, 1 , . ., I F5 1 1 S9 W1t'f,ft he wed FT more If VI I in S21Ylf1g qv? k fOr he h.s imncxe . ,md .. 5 Q I enshroudedwta 21 Shflre of SChO1Z'lSflC lie a V1 I 1 - rte 5 - his wa' I " I I I than h1S aff? 5 leaves In - Uv! v 1 1 1 - 1gurelS, an nvv of those ti I 1 1 collffglate 1 1 Y we11IbC the 6 5 nqtelv ww V 1 tim. Bs. Degfee 1 rgcord that' mm Bdt he h21S fortu 1 h -t v- I "Zn ' . ' I ' : K1 - ' 9 ' : I I agglliimlss Adlvilllstfatlonp I who f0HOW50n. h0SkS and d1s21Sterh af 53, Omicron Delta evaded the' XVI? see him HOW ittzi- I Kappa AIPMIT1-ack '22, In beset the Pa? 1 ' L1 n and WCHFF I I Club? Vamty tain '25S j 1 fnbt 315 thC V3 , , uth gcall- VI .. I '23, 24, Cap . '239 f I four Years 1. , 1 ' 'ntlenfv 30 ' U 1 vm-sity ReIaE11?e'I3?1aH1iQ 1 but ai v1g0.10U51 Imp' hriercrflg than I E' Membei ifie WOO' I an' fh I i76n for 5' Img I '- 1 V I I Eiffgggioiillip Rel:1yTeam I I ning fheg Qf '1 I - I v1 Q? 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If Kaf- SI I4 ' tv O . . 11 V, scgir- I1 UU-7 .y . ,hx V4 IW' U if r EKU? 72111 IV1 . . . II , Y AQ li' II 1: 11 P1111. I1 ' ,W c 1-N: Y I1 I11 1:11 RF H I l' S 1' II II II EI II I! 11 :I uE'1 ...l ' The IQQSM WEB 'NN l 5 5 i z l i l l i i l nan 4. 5 Illli of 3 A 'mink of H1 YN. Ili the , all the: 5 nxcn- Ilml. is 4 '. But 1-tilicil I c mist i l V more 3 2 ic :intl rake Il l 3 1 r thine f mately '- that W ' :after xctcr- I 1 NCIIII- 5 than 5 it, I I 4 I vi 1 gi, .M 4 if 4,2 Z Q ' -Q r 'Wf'?' ,A ""4Jil"'3-3-9-'f""' '. fri 'TA-"' LLL, V' ' "Y" 1:3111 3 4 FF? elk Y-Lk.. 3 ?i.K77'f'f'C'?'Z"-'4'?'C7"C'1'ZZ-'fg3hLuW?WX1?Xf?L1VxX1?2TQXf?EEXxk L5c94'5'P421if ' Q . 44: Q fig 2 iiee ,C e--1 'feeaqf 4 A it figs' ,Ng 'Eff une me que Georges, vrzne enii Q. . . . un jeune omme Eeu ordgaire. Par ex- , JN I .I A e, k pqss e ne ame de ' batik. u llmes ames, une lr - A ame toute ein' .i't'il2NQ'ile. .une ame blanche, u' 'I amle rula Te, uxtxime multi- colore. E puis,ic'estu sthe'te, Id radical, un iconoc aste. Pouri Bible 'bil se sert du l'ineffable H. lui-meme, Qsar Wilde lui parait uk' diimi-dieu .... la poesiel Quant a la po,i5lsi'eQl est Nplusdrs siecles, en avance de t ujlriou autres b rbares. O que c'est un b aul ccgkgcdionrillllillr des vers! Des vers e liiiises, palpiitantsa, merveilleux, profonds. Qspecialemen p oldnds. Per- sonne ne l fcomprendl . ' ussi est-il histrion, hi tfiion non sane habilite. Le Club Dramhtique lu' doit bdau- up, et sa facon de ailiier un ronocle et des petits moustaches rnignons, vous ferai battre le cour.-C'est une revfz, disent les demoi- selles, c'est une rev . . . Connaitre Georges est une avent re. pne llaventure psychologlq e, spirituell-3, litteraile. Aussi exotique . . . ill a une rnlonoriianilgi mes en- fants, une mondrnanie. lldori dieLl,ique ouil . . . Et pbuitant, au milieu d'uneg age com- merciale io' lesxfraies etudes purdsjet class- ique s'affai issent de jour en joblrr sous le poids des cours db vocation et 'es affaires, c'est une deliee ' temlie de trouver un homme qui almei len l .Q51QCt le Beau, et an le Vrai. . .ca it eorges. ee, , iv i V V QV 'V l 0 V . X ll! yu fv i.. , I xl, Richmond, Va. FL' V W W ' "" " "W """" ' "-"WH" "M ' llv ls .. Q i i.. if xx-7 Q Q. X' ' GEO. REYNOLDS FREEDLEY iw i X5 ru iff . is ' l AJ V Applicant for B.A. Degree Contributor to"The Col- legian" '25, Contributor to "The Messenger" '22, '23, '24, '25, Historian Sophomore Class '23 g Sec- retary of Dramatic Club '24, '25, Casts of As You Like It, Alice-Sit-by-the Fire, The Importance of Being Earnest, Lady Frederick, Director of The Knave of Hearts '24g Dramatic Club '22, '23, '24, '25g Cotillion Club '21, '22, John Marshall Clubg Honor Roll, Y.M. C.A.g Modern Languages Association of Virginia '25. L.-. 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Nlanly a man has M fig ip ftried tor N1kid'flGeydfge without ' 5 yi? l knowing he was fthey real ',v1ct1m in the P l X affair. W'hat Georgejsfdoesnft know about k QQ tricky chemical Eormulaef 21I1d.ITl,21EhCm21f1C21l I ri gffigged-'.-.-.', i de1'iV3,tiOf1g'XlSn,ti in books. .Dix 58.1065 and f ' i .. 1 'WW' Yniw lf 5 Dr, Negus havejkto study nightsxto keep up X vll ' i l pf -ww 1 7 in with him. lg Heip most happy gwhen he's 1 p w I if Lf GEg5E'n?oniA3aIII Fi playing wiflf "NIa,th," analyzing something, ., i ' ly i l l V or talking abo1it2thle,XB. X. P.lU. and the Q 'f -59.4 socials involved If W-hCfCX'Cf.E George is 5 Q, QI l I l'l ' 'a T ' : Elf Robert HenryfBowen may be seen also and , la f the parties they have are scandalpus. "Pro- .. Q F. 1 1 -' l is rv' , er E3 f li i ill 5 i lf l l Applicant for B.A. Degree l 1 I Laboratory Instructor in 'lil V 4 , Qualitative Analysisg if l -- i I 1 Honor Roll ,22, '23, '24, li s l fl .. ' R as ' fi l .. 5 1 2 ' EL ll 5 hi I I P W .. i I1 1' I ! , --W W.-.-f....-..ga?., f-ggmig S 5 H F 1 - v i '- r i. U -Ni "GEORGE" ' 'Mew-'+----.g, ltd e e ,,.........,,: .Wm fessorn Gay' has already-Rstritfen a short text in Analytical ChemistE' which is being used in thfe, laboratories. Hel, can't be "stopped" by any question-mathematical or chemicalglhis instructing the Epast year has helped? inany a 'fscientistnibut of a tight placef lp l Next yead George xv-ill uphold the Rich- mond staxidzird at Johns Hopkins where he will specializegkin Chemistry. Announce- ment of this fadt has been sent to, Professor J. C. W. Erazer, chairman of the .Chemis- try Divisipa at Hopkins, 'so that he might arrange todhaveliyphis staff start aflittle in- tensive study so that George grill not make them appear .itQ0'..il1i.TLC1T3.tC.fvwvitll Z1 Ph.D. ln three or four years weipredict a brilliant future for lllri. 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H li l .- ill 4 gl selves Wgli thhse WL clainlxthat John GlasgowgXRoa1ioke'sfgiiNlt tdx HX class of 325, is a vdceika voigelof ste dgriendship, loyalty to Qhe ,pxrinciples of asfiderdom-a voice that xl ill ,ffl doubtedly sxiie into a tre- mendous vo uyymei-of praise tollAlma Mater in years to eprrie. J ll . , VVe class? ! llluto -ah! I klnympian cog- nomen!-,s'fa man 0 typi il Southern qualities. ideas of xifcjjiangl women- women, we qepeat, Womenl-Ta e scintillat- ing bits offipihilosophical ihouglllg. He has stuped himsfelf in the literaturle olfy the World and bids fajin' to meri the appelation "Cos- mopolitanfl' 5 X Glasgow? is a type-a type ,of student worthy tof uphold Spider glory a type of gentlemari x ho alwayslxpromdtes and carries out the ideal of fair-pllay, ga type of ,man who willfmhkel his markxin ihdelidle ink on the charfedfranhparts of lifell l l lf ever one was "game S drt"-us- . 4 J . J . P 5 . . ing the terms with the meanmgest signifi- cance-Jolifn Glasgow has a right to the title. He never backed out offafthing once attempted. rFh'a-t.is-th-e"bes thing we could say of anyonel K Flx Q Au rev0ir??J'ogl:rn, we' exforxyoxuxl e X Nb mg 55 C , , ,, , Lf JOHN GARDNER GLASGOW Roanoke, Va. 'A C ' 1 i i ' Applicant for B.A. Degree V Richmond Collegian, Cir- i 3 ' culation '22, Reporter '23g f Southwest Virginia Club, ' Secretary '23g Chatham ' T. S.g Y.M.C.A. l R 1 . E j I . , 1 , L -KM H 1 ' ' ' Ll .. P '-PLUTo" ll , " ,' MW ""' "''""7TfTj""-""-'-'-"'-'--mn'---r----Q .,.1:Lg1g1i1,,i.g'T"' Wriii- aaaae rf" tangy" - ' 4 ' 4 - M: g., , ,ki V, 3 a 'R ei 1-ii 1 'Rf 1. x gn 1925 WEB il, i ,. ' . v 4 L6 Mtzff-11-ie " A lv,-1-g Exit,-f,fm,f 1 R R 1 E' V 1 'if 1 win'-,ii.tr,-,-eM-1-1-Wees-Fe-etiiigiiiifwlf 1 g11,111.4g,11e ii Ji ii" T 55 u 5 ll .. if I 1 lil es 1 A .. 1 Q Ill? 'N if x 1 1i rg i i -iw fi Eg ,iii f-J 'if iii , l M v , iQP lon Edxeiggerred is often F? Q s get irkre liizgtion if you care l E lil? 1. dally ip the ,realms of philos- ij ply. lglarryfeime to Rich- iw l 1 11i1 .J o d Clllee four years ago 1 . lm! "' H 1 3 unheralded ahd X XX xiii Ml Nil It was ncjt u tl-1 hls Dliorpkgeyeaf that iiiijv iii liii Harry hegfan to demo! sfate hi1s.ab1l1ty in 12631 llllwwwg-,M M: -M-md, forensics, land as a reszalt he SLI p0rtar1f t152f11f1'22?if:j:i:d.rm-,ML-1 1 intercollegiate cimtes fof the e, OH found i i if rf at 'or rrrr --cdr'e""'e""""M"'W V him am0ngs'itlHeilf0rCmOSt Ora to TCDTC- 1 y I All-11, HARRY MAURICE HERMAN sent the Unil eiisltiy. X sflw V lr Richmond, va. During hixs jprnor year thx South was lil Vfrfr o,,A t:,g,:gg1gg:,. filled with amhizementgjo lean that Her- lrjfi 1 Gs-11ef1i 'W' ' man-Smithensl'llfIillerleo- bina 1 rm of debat- E , ers represerrtihg thel U 'verjj of Rich- li--ll 1 11 dh d 't 'd 't I ho r the ,yi y i mon a s.ep.as1 e W1 , grylea- .no l 2 i 1 teams representing New Y-or' lniverslty, E I contenders 'hQxfor College, a d dashed gxii 1 l 1 the hopes of Johns H pkins and est Vir- p I Applicant for B-A- Degree ginia Universities, Wio are outs ending in 1 ' 'lfau Kappfl Alpha? AS' forensic ahillify. E55 E giaiigt igltgiigegganglgfg His college activitie Y Whether reporter vi 1 1 1 l Staff "The Richmond C01- i on the collegie Weekly aper "T Collegi- 1 X legianug Mu -Sigma Rh-0 ' ,, al R 3 1 , cy 1 Inremry Society, Presi- an, or as member of the lD'e a ing and 3 i ' dent '23, Critic '23, Hall For H ' I X h - V 1 5 Debater. ,mg John Marg e sic o ncii, or as an ai e t ent usi- 'kj l 511311 Hlgh 5011001 C1Hb- ast of their u sigma Rho Enter 3 Society M l 1I'1.Wh1Ch h' has served as Hall Debater, ,si 1 l Critic anll President respecftively :ill speak l i for themse-.les arid require no co' entary. T 1 -His ambiyion toxbecome an O9 or has re- lea 1 ceived an auspicious begin-nfng, and when 1 1 1 h l'ft th' 'XE'-'-f ' K I 1 C 1 S UD .IS Ol fe in speec ay his words " be 21 fCflCC'Ci0rvlEiLthe in uenge to which he i T g21VC1Df0m1Se When a txdinb e Alma 1 lVIater. XY fi Q ll F3 ' QL l 1 l " , 1 1 L -'HARR " Y g li ti get g W, lil C l ' 7 D 1 , ,R A V -4-L41 4 . 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Fa acrohs the River X 1 1 S I 1 P111 - , LL typ -F T3 ig :Wi tyx where1 he lots' Plutgnlc shadows ,,,h , E 11 11-1-QQ lengthen a d gather casting a gloom over 111 H 11 151511 711 1 ' x 1 1 - 1 1 li Eff that desolalte land, Demoxstlreinea and Cicero lg 1531 are consumed with an ovehmasting envy of 1 his accomplishments on the rostrum. Fritz is 5 111 also a writeiq of no ntnean ability yvho Weilds is E 1 a pen With the same ease and effectiveness as 1 1 1 Sir Galahadlmight have bardled his spear in Applicant for B.A. Degree I 1 1 those distanft heroic days. As the mouth- li' H I 4 1 Q 1-:iff . ' 1 . 1 f 1 1 'Publicity Director 'Zn 9 l I 1 Q 121131 piece or ather the ever-active pen o our 1 yresident Scimeter Club ' 11 R111 Universit, he has publlshedfouq glories to , 23- A1 11 11551 - 1 1- I 1 1 1 I, 1 1 the World a- d broughtlour efploiqs forth to 11 16315131 bask in tfhe light of a glorious pirblicity as 1 1 ' 651' . 1 N '14 HQ a local rep eserxtatwe of thejT. lD.1 1 1-gf: J fi 1 1 ill 'lwiil 1 1 J 1 11 11111 1 1 11 111511 1.1 1 1 X j 1 11 ,MV l "i:TtTt3gf'-T'?-'-'I::rs'T.T:' l F9-i 'fi ' I -N11-Y----Q-----,rn-z...7ee-ev-...-wJfvvaff:,::.:, H 1 E 15:41 1 -C , 111,15 1' iff: N 1 xi, 1 V131 1' lv, Y 1 1. X, 'V M 1 ll1 "FRITZ" 11 1 ' l' :LiliQi:114Q::1.Q.:1.W.4g 1.1g,..,.,1..1iii::f.x,1:.:::::ZL.i1 N452 l 1--,.--..... v,.... -,,......,--,..- .,., 1,,,-........Q,..,,,,,,,-,-M,,.,-,-,,,,,1,,.....,,.. 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What rnoiher can re- gtg:,jQ eqee HMM. ,N ,S gard his plagidfiair Without feeghg that her wi 1 . A 1 A' ' ' 7 f h d i 1 'th h' ? ilfffjii ,ll l FREDERICK s. ISENHOUR fx Nl 5 dmfghter lsxmfgslzl C an Slw ani UE - V ill!!-51 K Y , concord, N. C. , gg It IS true thatfitwoaxhours 'atqrx wi usua 5 wael find her if1l,hi'S'afm,g, 91o1ng5.iw1w 15 ex- ff E kay., 'L .'f 7 LJ? pected of h1I1I7,'3Si Mf'xX'C3bCll'lx?1I.d'VlSCS all of V ' siife l TE 5 us to do. fi! ll", I figjgl 9 'Q l B , ff 'h VX. H lik V ,Mg i . , , ut eve? ,man W 0 rea ,yl ,nows lm, y f l knows also that he will dgjverif more than ,Q r , i is expectedlog him in any difficulty that may vi , 1 I 1 arise. If xye were 'oing to the'iSahara to i f i l l i fi h A bf ' A ' H V 3 y g t ra s, ,or to atolla to figkht Turks, I , Applicant for BA. Degree yve could desire no nrore steadfalst compan- w , g t, T I , , , 1on than is Fred. or d1Hicult1es are as vt I, : 1 rack Squad 21, 23, 5 b f a . 1 . .V E i ggr,,bGl1L00tF,Eal1tt2161223 read and meat to h m-he thrives upon iv E Tnr,Heg1eClu? er un, them., Apcl so, as he leaves these 'stately Mi , I halls, the hest wish that we can give him M , is that he mayl have endughjperplexities to E w Q Q , Lry himhito fthe utmost, for ,in that case we E H l E i 2 now t at he ill so de Ort himself t -- 5 if 3 1 , l l I X p 1 ' as O 1 5 i ' 1 Inake .thefollege even proiider oi him. So, f I since it IS oy conxouering troublesfthat men lv i , Q L P 5 HSC, may yoti have many of them, Fred, and g M 1 P l . i H' may you overiomeihe- all! ., 5 -- ' i i Tw V 5 v l i '- 1 l "JN 5 Q l V 4 i Q 1 I v l j l ln! :E 1 ! if M l Q W 'vi '-IzzY" 5 I , E k A .. 'FV57i?'7Tx5'T"43"mS1f'fQ5ff1T'fvff-'f1xvwvvwf to e- f as ae E5 2 Q a a ,A . Q XV J' AL44'f"1LfAsf4s4--igmSpt..iu.Q'aaklK,,KY"7"2Wv,4,g,4,:,4?.ggg2"2'fa ,f ,ffgnf kfrfggg Pr1geFifty-four ' N" 'Yi' i " ' if . ,. -Y if U rg l E5 gs U fa he is il? ill E9 I5 55 E5 gn I E5 E5 gil Q3 if .ga its iff. ts 5 all F3 Es qs E5 F! Q3 li U if fd E5 .. Lf 5.212 fb flhe 1925 WEB 5 C3 e ra . I l Fd? Q E1 - - 1 1 o ff 1 1:- i 1241 1:1 my U' F. 1. 1 1 ,gf V11 , EEJE1 F351 f-.1- 1 1 . . 1 1 511 V1 t 1 1 1 li 1 fl I 4 . E--ll 523' l I Ml lvfl a,:I bl .J .1 1 .,: X . C - C . 4 - 17. 1276.3 2'.'YC1"Y. M. IV. cj? IV- 41? IT. iriliixii. j"1"z.. VYYXYV .' it 'rj 'VX' uf". ',.'7"'. 71 A. M. . . Q. . . W. . . v. .V .g .1 .g . .. .. .gp.g,,.,..CH 2 . Ax? ' ' V f M! 5 . 1...-g-,gn -iw H ..-W ,Y Y. Y. H .,,,,,,,,,-..7,,,,,nH , ,.,, . .,.-l,.,---, Q51 u. M 11 .. fa l Q. FQ 5 1 E 1 3 1 l lf A --A - ---------- -7 T 1 1 .. W , ,A we-mmm --V , YY,, W , ....Wv-,, , YYY1 , --.Y..,,,,,,Y,.,,.,,.-gf.: W cgn, , W 0 ,I l xl 9 ,A vi i . 1. l Q2 1 T111 1 l 7' ill 1 f ,Ji um 14Qf' 55? A 1 ,1 l W. 1 1 . XL- 1 5 -- .the Feader oil-this page we in- 1 1 l ,, tiloducdi one Qfbur most highly 1 1 13 l l, eilteemed Spildeipsk- Williain 1 'I 1 ii Bennel Jabnes, Lf., familiarly y E 1 leg fl-mow' to all of us. g 1 l ' Nifgl E! We beca le adlfgin ' ih him in the l l 1 fldwlx xl 1 A l f Vfill E! fall of 1921, as a qiln t, u assuming, but 1 , I 1 lim V1 loyal freshman V elittlcllalftgntion was ' mf e A j 1 L -gil 15 'A paid to hiin at rst ibut We sool: discovered l lil l V .N X i - - - - f""M"""" k"' ""' "A' " "' " ' H'M"l"'7 , 11., l fill that he pos essel lthose noble ll'2llt1CS which K f X I y 5 I W, B make a tru S fl er. X l 1 bl WILLIQxbr?AggAxlES' JR' ll' X. l FFQQ1 Q Bill did 1 now at fir that classes l X ' ' ' Q 1 were only a xfiinor r of afb llege educa- 5-of e-g""1i'i7fe5T? aeeae 'aee7 ff'jjL21Q grill' if tion so herf qlntlhis hr t ye, studying. . l f" E3 since the fpe has i . rod 51, He has 1 y 1 Q launched olutj into the va do is ?elds of col- l ' 1 2 lege life, alnfl in a spirit floy ilty and un- f 4 .J - selfishness h'e has abored for his Alma f 1 l 5 Eg Mater. I l IX 3 1 1 "Some reach the'r virtues, and a few 1 y i lv express thflirl lives by what they do." This y 1 Applicant f01' B-A- Degfee 15 b, quotationllflxfom Gues can aptly be applied l Ph' G mm Deltag Man- , if to Bill. ' e does not go about prloclaiming ' .1 ag T ck 24? GIGS Club il Q his meritd, lbut he exp esseslthehi through , l H 1 EQ what he dpesl and ho. hi lixleb on the 1 .ff campus. We xrecognize hiff as ar man of I f E lx M high mentalit sound morals and high 1 1 1 f ideals. has Won the 'admiratibn of all W 1 V of his felldw st dents and we l e glad to ' 1 B claim him as a fhiend. l p1 E' We WishX' LFILLQQSCIT1-3 we feel confi- t o o W .Q I1 'Ea dent that yotilow' atta' ' be 'i Q ' x ' T 'I 3 Nr' 1 ea Ep 1 EJ y f'B1LL" WM-Wmmbl 'E ' U L ,W .W-H .,,k.,.,i ..,, -,a,W,:,v ,,. ...,...M-...-n..Y-,,-,.w.----Q1--.rf---V---w W X5 E ,,,,.,--.-.t..,..M------..-.---m-..--.W- .--.- -.-H---We '-Ma v , .. e e e W- e e 1 e---MT-rw-"1'NM'1'':,'fM'iTg'gl,lg.7 PageFifty-jffve 'Il Q i qhe 1925, TVBBT ,t- v A. is' ,--M- - , f , Wm. "Ir" f 'f ' -'ffm " TLT, WT" Us ,VT on a awe-W V i Q is VF T 953 Zig?ff2:-gQ.,11ig1113.311 M' if :M wrrrrm' A V '-Sf: l T " itil - 2 ei Ti l 2 if i V 29 i'W W w 4 4 ll? i Ml Q T. M T29 ii T li f 2 ' i UF! l v W4 i ll? ll if fx 1 5155 e . Q f, 4 FMS WL Virginia ilthellland of sunshine U ? 355: t w HN il l 5' came to us E 1 ' ,M ,N i .. f 7 QME E from Southern it riE3? w1Qt' l alia Hayvewtiet L -fgig, T T fi ij T 1 the fall ofxQi9 l. Though t , mx tm --t nc on ir. , fyg ' V fill? M fl, longinghstill :for - at faraway 3"fQ5fgl 'T 3 home of tlfe SoutlJilai1d2sfQVLaiilla has lin- ,,,..,, my q N x' A, . . igjnffi , i l ug i il gered throlyfgh lfour yeyars ofCQollege life, in v I order toywinihis fi1iaNlX'Y1oto,ryiX Though V iffy, it Wil It f most of Rhe time, this diminutye member .I ',, 1 'l'i1"" ' Qllfla i,i:T:i'i::lTlT.-:':T:1T:.L 1 . 1 V . . . . ' tl -.', gl jl le it --re -:ff:'s:f':11i1::11ff1 Q of the Sevior Llassfremains ng sphlnx-like if fi 4 l '1 ' T ilfd be 1 fa 11 V i -:fig 3 I of me-1--We-e eeeee e ee-e -W-- N, X, CM si ence, it Woes! e a rea 'rear to now 1 L it ESMOND L. MARILLA gl!! what .he th nlcs f the wholeiishow of linfeg Q 53 1 i Chatham, va, X gg that life Wt ich eerns tok himlto be nothing -- l lf, ll, t,. gl. 1TuT:i.-t.-, -----.,-,L,f-fTT:g my more than a hig bungillejof troubles. Back 355,34 we '+o-"tr"fe'4rr'--or'mlifi 'Raj in his inmoswthq ght Nhe is slioewly Weaving v ggi i i into a cloth of Reality. 'YWCA at times the ilffgfl l ll fill ll face of natyurge seems dart K ltx him, he com- T T l T ' passes himiself and startsij 'ith a new and 1 gxyhgi T Iii ii! firmer deterimination. 3 V iff? H uv! Though? lVIarilla has taken mo part in 1 I Applicant for B.A. Degree S 3Th1etlCS'. 516' has. Cin other Showvn ' 1323 3 F QSM Student Assistant in go- i i his superior qualities in the acadizl ic realm. gfgm 5 iaologay Department ,255 I l The Hon? Roll never fails to he adorned ,W ' t . Rl g 1 f it ' ' , . 2 I M Scf2iF,tgF'Qf,, ,ZR , :ruth his nagne. Lxcan also re der selec- V Mi Q gr QSIYJEWB4 Qgsrd social t , N ions on tlelguitar that would make the Nl - , - . .ti moonllglrft glimmer more graeefu ly on the ffl waters of ll-Ionolulu. Music th him is a E5 5 F My means throug which the lhighel things of yi 1 R, . . ,f is L life fbwught Wm his He -' 5 h-andle weglh the same degree of ill, any- kj MH i i ting fron? Schaubert's Uservnaden to V 52951 eil tit M-We M gg in HOIIIC Sweet Hl0me," ,Tj " ANTH' T . ' f The fullguiiis-Bold'in'tg42oEething in store Vit' 3 Of your - - est Wishe "Ole Pal O' 3 5 i llllnef' " 'P " i . i 4 W'W H l l. n Q W2 T l Y W W l V X sag Q l Q ' V qw? E i e ' E3 i V 1. ' I wg no 3 -S Mg '-STUDENTH I l kia L----,l1fQQ,,,,g:T as 'fi e T s it u, ffffl .e , an as T s ii C 1,'2'1'b'2K??S'E1?EK3'1y5xyn31Tf,,,,,.,,, e e t M A 6 .. P11gBFiff,V'5i.lf V T T V Tae 4 i C : C : ' ' C4 lg El H ,. .4 H ln 4 I l u U .n Q. 9 5 5 3 U U U u .. I , . 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The al me 5,55 im? 2 b0YS just claxxiit hell b t H 'vatel' to his X A if 'T " ' a LJ Qrhf , roorn for yve haye al taste" f that good ' 5 2555 Um. . food that pgfnes "from . 'X When the E anal l V boys drop fto ask Tomtlamab ut the good j 5 shows in t n and occasionally o learn his I ' N ' ' " HfI'lCfld,S dllflI'CSS,,, ' C is there a Applicant fgr B,S, Degree Q I In 5 1 , V, ,wn N the dope f gl is f iendy, I CBusiness Administrationl I X V dm 5 Tomm also good student, rarely Phi Kappa Sigmag Fresh- 1 l l 'mi 3 ' " missing the honor-r ll-but allasl We all Qifsitfrf-ffcksggifd Q I I Q -- have our faults and p or Tornmylis humang ' Manager Senior, Class li J . cc, h . . 1 lh 1 h J . Basketball Team 255 Co- 1 V EQ the as C 15 qunft 6 S CWTW cfPftlIj9meS to 11 stizixaibibwisaialsissg 1 of l T toss-up etyveen eatin an se ing-we , . Y.M.C'A.. Ph , M the he just 30111 eat!! gk X R riifnller "The Spider"lTE5?: . l g 3 U Tom I V. h b h h f Vice-Pres1dent Level 25. l lip! , . xiny is so t e usyfp ot, .rap er o g Q 0' F "The Spidlern f 1925: gxere are few that 1 71223 C110 V have notxgoodlbefore his portly camera for ' T 15 m" " a "tr ou .' l Q E! v Y T T I W -- Well wexleav Tommy to g forth from T ,QE l ,, this Christi 1, t' to do his stuff i. ,, , .. '-- Q ufc T " before the W . V l ff ia - X T , T wk El k ig in ff QQ T s T M " ,L R"'i,fff,ffQ'QTTTT' "Aa i 'tss 5'i.jQQiL1.ggQ.s,glljls Q e e a a ij! 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D I H1 KX 7 ix: H h, h -- 1 I 11 sxonal Clllgeffthe Ne s Iyegader w IC V 1 5 "covers Ricyrlnond likevzENYro5f'?D master of ' . 1 1 x 'fa Hy, . V the prmtecg Word, he hasdcifffrnqd the gratl- ,V1 i 1 A In tude of tllgge closely acquaintqi with his 1 App 1011111 for B-A- Degree 1 work. as feporter, xmanagidg-Qiitor, and 1 ig3gtSi11fIfnf51g?fE21Ef55 1 editor-in-cl?im2:f of thci Richmond 1Co1legian. E3 X3,,l1Iax:a?3Ei Edgor 34, Morris is ng genius vivhose star-tlipg accom- '- , ssls a ' . - .- - - ' U I 1 itor.in.Ehief S Ififistof. plxshmentif lgld falr tox rlval thosleiof Joseph Q 1 Qi'I?Stf:flf1h'gf1g1p 212531 Pulitzer or g-Iorace Gteeley but Qlitalent for ' 1 ' -I . f 1 Class '23: Advertising orgamzatlon and a feafgless afttltude toward V 1 Manqger Glee Club '25g 1 1 h ' i . 5 1 1 , , 1 1 Eubllcify globm mittee ard work coupled XVIth a pqrdongible prlde ' , ' rama 1 '255 ' 1 ' 1 -I , M . Mmhalf Ifigh S ln a taslgf Wielljxdone wllkhelp hlgn forge to 5 1 1 Club? 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If gy, 1 11 . ,-,.--.- ..,,.-.-,-,V--f,-ef, w.. 111 11 I1 1 I I1 1I1 I1 I I I 1I I I .I 1 1 1 II I .M I 1 1 I .1 .. . ,11111.11 L---a----..:J1 1 W, V , , Y V , m..,,,,,,,, ,L L ..,.,,LLgf.--- I 17 Y WILLIAM A. MOOREFIELD 1s-I 3 I Crystal Hill, V . .g .,.r....u.... u.f....Dsuun' 1 1 1I1, - A YY... A Y WWW.. K-...HY t---. K.. Applicant for B.S. Degree C Business Administrationl Theta Chi 9 Freshman Track Squad '22g Cross Country Team '21, '22g Honor Roll '22, '23, '24g Senior Class Senator '25g Chairman Vigilance Com- mittee '25g Y.M.C.A. '22, '23, ,Z-4. .1-1-:wa : ' veg.. 1 11? II .5 1I .,I 'I II ll I1 II I I1 Ii 5 II 1 11 i 1 I I 21 I 1 fix 1 1 1 1 ef .1 ff f vi Tl N V 1' I I IIT1 ... ' .f?Qf.f- N f om thelftobacco section Q f?,l!IVHal ax1tliiere5came to us lfhiddeh bmlqud of smoke , A ,1l,lj wg .XX d - 1 13,53 flssdmg frgm his Hawes un er I . . 1, Siul gp B1-1.I IXXP His fiisstye he Rad not1sln,, rominent since he said 'lie came here Itghtlearn, and study was fihe 1 ,ay toiget it. his second year told on hiirk he began to he entangled in the goldhn iresses of' soni fair damsel and then-liu iliatkmhysecrdg Strange as . I Hg it may seem hen ay Ioung lady haunts the mind Bill fcohtiriued to mailcel the Honor Roll and- eye had timelxtjolhgc-lti in a "Bull Session" riovv and theril,2Clno.tly nowl. From thatI IQ sprang into thd ailsle inspiring position of SIenior Senator. Al-Ithe "rats" fear his aifviul presence on the Vigilance Committed. In Billfyou will nd a friend entirely unselfish and willing to sacrifieel his own wish to do you a favor.x I I I We alll expect to seex him heId the Co- operative 'lfobxacco Associafiion a few YCHTS- not he may be postmaster-general for anyone having the just df carrying such impoxrtantlletters to and fiom West- hampton silrely Ideserves such a position. Q dwg 'if-'I I 'tif .I 331 III E I I I Y QQ, I I 1 v 1 1 1 Q? I Q1 Ig "BILL" T-T I L rn- 21---sq-wij"ijjg:.1jVQgg"j jeij-sf 1...W11,............a...y..1.a . elif W-l WY. Y , ,, .W . ,i I: ' I . .1 A Uuuv-uN1fu,J2ql+z.1a.,gL,,g,5a..Li'i,?.f2IQ',If1c:1,,4,1,4,gg, 4, , Page Sixty 1 Wm Ii , 1 1 111 I II I1 II 1 I I.. I Ig I I II 1 'K ' 1. r 1-E' 1 21, '- 2211: H none E, B 1 Ig III. some I I S -If giiiit IQ1 stand terpr i1 1 hard: remn III 1- Vario II 1 .X have 1 until 1 is you I mag. II IU ' servi I Spen W ,, smal 3515 1-II H1015 :eg victi v grea YCTC1 1 1 1 -1 1 I1 II 11 ,I I :I I I I 1. IIIX IM i. ,Jn 1 aw 9 ls' ing 9 'X . ei -'ITT-V ,M F' J he R1 Nr F! N fi E3 fi Q as .Jim l Hs :gif - r ii Ev!!! .Hhl H ,V gg f sz V Hin' tw nm lull Q4 , td 'rn ' v '1 E3 ra 51 "ll if 53 XVII :fa rw I . 23 ml tv, ei E? H , . f lv C? ,v .5 bd :ii F3 E? V bf W ,575 If I if Clihe 1925 WEB J w , I -. i i s .i nv -Ti. if ii" frifi eeii in-,-,1,fffH.ff-.,-,f"L' ii e i no it i l . W" v Mg1fi15ffv 'life-,- .c,,-,,. -1 p Q i r A e o g ee e v Sgt i ee y ie Y , QL I, 1 i X, E' 1' 3 ' V We 'i i i v i '- 1 . ISV ' ' V ll -. X X i r l .. N fal tht? ITICH of V Q ' C Sexetion 'Qi-ri-Thomas Hall, " ,fx felre very mg-Ch annoyed by i yy .. . H K"9'!i!'4"j he incessant lu, d talking of a l , V I f l af X l . h h h h ' " reshm n Wh t o g t t at e i V ,V had to talkxas asrlpo"ssiilJ'li in order to " cover up klis ignoran Thixman was -- none othxr thap "R tux G or. Francis g l ,iw Bernard lk ullinf of - erton irginia. 5 ' i aa" as l v If f 9 'I ' He now talllis belgause hciigilways has c, , c,,,,,, e , N I " something yorthd While to sayf As he fe I S ' G' i y .. iv ln . X ga . .fl GEORGE F. B. MULLIN if V speaks We ecopie convinced h t he is a K Emmemm, Va. 0 gm ,great philos plpeqzxone lwho can under- I lf g stand Entauny itll? mysteries iife and in- lllg-Yi i , A J Q ' erpre e 'o is ei o -s u n s. i .. It has bdiiiinecessaiyigg lzglnlto undergo Applicant for B.A. Degree y v hardships andf make meme, in order to gross1?o1antryDTear1Ll121 l 1 .. . . , ir 1 1' n ,Q Q, remain in ollege. Almost eversz year for j 3qiiegiaq"?5J5, Min- , various reasons it has seemed tlha he would 3 agef fgjclftlfnn Degaflf .. i ,tif I . , H , ment , ss1s,tant usi I V have to lea e college lbut With that never I qeis 1gga?ae9grh25 Ass0- . VE, say.die" siiii it he has remainedl with us 225, '24:gOIll.Iu.S?gma?SJif1i1o , iv Nga untill the hd: Con .ratulactionsgold pal, 1533223 Qggfgbisgesxirsleg i .. 1 t t i ' , t ' ' iw Sou ave 1 in you t e ma ings a grea I Medal ,zei Monelelgingesae V Q ITIZI1. K tor. '23, Critic '24, De- ., W He has d ivoted 1'1'12lHyxl'l0L17'S og IlSClflSh E3t1ng3and3E:greEsilcbCoE151: K Y :lucy service to his Alma Mxater., choosing to 5 jg31NI.Ci?A. PCabg1nei V 1 . - , ice- resi en , spend many oflx those hoursfuin doing the President '243 Ministerial y small, unlplasant things, which .lost stu- 4 igisfylggiicclaffliffeghflfj. ,, H11 dents tryl tol shun and forjthis s lflt he is y i lain '24s Chatham Train- V X l dl ,J I ' ing School Club, Presi- -- Ji y to be commende V: n . 3 dem '24, V He is a man with an activektmind, sound I y 3, morals, highxideabr, and,d'e'ep' religious con- L W 9 e . ,, victions, andfi yvef feel Qlhatfghe will meet i ' ' V l great success mitihe fiel Whiclklge has en- y i I tered. Q ,IQ X ' l X e l . l 1. ' iw. z lV V 1 V V EQ HG. F. Bs, v , -, -M .- - c or c -.- . ' " to gg., e' e i e c -. c -Qi v Page Sixty-one Clle 1925 . l-- ff"-W J i ii e ' coax ,..7--ff:--:I-'f,:':?',:'.19'-1l'Hr'Wf44R"7':'F3'?'2??'?Y?S'5. 3 .5:,v?3l y,r"irg:rv-.deL.5!f1bZQ65l'f44-ffl-3-V .. 1' 1, wL'?",g-"5 55:5,ifggkvffiiir-sW.1f1.:.Q'12mre3f35QEf?if14t'.iififi'ffil-3'9'+--f--'--We--""""'W""ww :yy-.cw-ICJQQYBLL Yi ' " --.-. --eff'-'-"" " I ...- , , -, --..---....-1-A--JT . . 1 I 5 5 I II II I I u . . 1 1 1 .J .- . . 1 I1 ,Ma v,,,v,,,,, i..-.....M-.nf-I ii -t'T' "A , -M - ---- ---f---f--f--N I 5 I! U W I ,.- Y...7 ---.-YW--w fkf- -A,-------------W Y .. I ',1 A I' 1 mg-,I JOHN ALFRED PAAU N5 1" I Canton, China 1 .. fl 1-15 LT' rrrr . .... ff" .fgaim I USE IX-,l LJ, kj f - " 1 I 1 4 I 1 " 1 I 1 1 1 .. 1 1 I i Eg I Applicant for B S Degree QQ I 1 Mu Sgma Rho Lterary ta 5 1 1 Society Chinese Student I9 I I Club Fork UUIOI Club. ' E5 I I I I M . ffg.5-:f,ie'!.ig:fs.ffifi1 llll X47 ff ,Lg ,ff ,I '7' JV 'lE -rr-Lfyvho has come from the far Ydisjgant East and 1 Isojourned amdgnhg tkhese Gothlc ' M' ' I of se ' ' an If1faff2zr51?s.i0hug.5z12: enriched hjdlris pisengdgandxaglsgeiation he needs nofjntro uctiorygx maybxthis page serve to .impres ln nilejmorres tmflrthose who are thrivlnglxonxyiard and upwaq dj he modest example of 'Johnnie Paau." Not only islpeixoutstandingin the class- room, but as isincqe grim-:nd e surpasses many othersfohi the qafmpus. .gfhe "Profs" know that ftdlcall ohxhim inllglass means an answer with some of thedenlllldition of a Socrates an? the clellberatfiriess Qf a Martin Luther. I r Various cfcllesiastidfil organizallons of the city and vicjnlity wan ing a speake who can give them fhist-hand knowledgei f China, and can present it in such a charirhing style that keepsl Ieven thel grey-haired deacon awake, havle sent. foxr 'flohnhlxe Pau.-" Strangelyi: enough if the request1 comes at the tenthi lioui he doesknot reiuise. We wonder how hh does it and still lceeps up Ps WEQI Q V L x.: ol -ct! EI H 5 E' B on s. Au n a I 5 5 U Q Q Ei 5 4- n. -I 3 5 ..- .- 5 5 I I I I I I I 1 . I 1 ,1 1I y. II I1 I 1 1 1 I 11 I II I1 I1 I I1 I I I I I I I I I QI I I I I, V I i, H I with I' I I I 5 I ! 1 1 . severall coxrsesof Physics and Chem- I 5 I 1 lstry-fortnlobodv Wlll say'they ar I"crips." X31 I I i We feeliconfident that success V211 crown Ea I is V hun ln h1s chosenxfield-pol,Qcs! We feel Q K e ith' f-Tliifffira-ss. Sllnfe 21S he h2liNh-2I10,I1Qd"?g-was 3 Student he 1 I .will honor hisiAlfma lllaiter an Alumnus. EV' B I I I 'X 'iwxexlblw E5 .. i I , y Q E211 M11 3 1 I v t Q5 I - or bd gLQa-NwWm,aJ .... .. . Q ,, N P he e e--meA-W-H---.:ffig1 -5.. V5+?'Y?"x'?:'1"Y. 1 .1 . . . e I e F41 Page Sixty-taco 'War I 1 I 1 1 . , III vm 1 'Mi IQ IQ1 Q T III it M .Q M 2 IICII is H H, I - I I I R Id 3 F Q I 'I I k rli 15 M IM IIII 2 15 5 th rc ce IIN I til IIII if ,IV I X rII ff? Cf 1. X 1 cm II QI la W Q1 ISI 11 WI , QI 1. .. I hc III 1 1531 1 In IMI 1 IQ IIII IW 1 1. . - X . 4 1 "1 , 3 r wr -.1 Q YF. 5 Q'-x 4, ' - .fy . , 'rss The 19 , 3 L 1 L , P35 QLLLLLLLLLL V Aga:-A fi ix 5 gf: iwrqp,-3 trg1mq.,3fgS3g-,.E3gf:.-, fr,,QQQQ,Q,-:QLQ,1'Qf,1Q,:i':QgQjN r 'M"'hi"""'i ""'W"Mrh- 59- A lall-LLffffZiZf?EE9'Qi?gli332f5'irwf?-vw-.v'A1AAm5ffsii34bt.L?f2a.Ei5.Le3,f'f3E,LQ?2f7 V .. ' ' " ' - --ff -f-1 f -:W-ff-W R, lv ,r..L.g4tg,1, 4A,, LLLQLJT "A Weee'-are---VV'-----W---M.-M-L.L.- W' LL L Q,v,n, L -Q-M-wm..M,.,,,...L,,...L,,L L Q- .. -. ....1 .,,, LL,-LmHM-Nm-WWW E V S? V - I H ,L - L. LLLLLWNIFAY--awk I i -f f 5' mg 'ill it L Q- " i , :fy XJ 1 ills ' ' L ffijli' llll l QQ Q V' 1' X ' l I if' t ' ' ill, : - xy .-L X Aff KJ f. Mil l lg L af V L ff 'H lil' l3ti " sf s- 'l iii iii! li xli- pv H, ef Iggy in img, 4 an f . l y i L Q' v s , -L ' . li its u 'fr V W1 fm ILL ar -ygqitlpori this campus .. 'r : N ' -' ' ,fj"'WQX,A 1 , fit g ' I A Eg .V nc gji to41'p5earxEAXagolPx'1tl1 the natural ilji E' Q grreennr ss ofhllisw color covered r " ,, fav 1' sol ewhatlgvith the red ii 'L i - - ' t X - L-5 Qty li ' ' Q7-i frnud of the hills gf Fluvanna, im tv L V Coming to EIS ?1'0fT1j 0rlc4jUnion Militarxf gl ' -' Y f - 4 - ,L .- Q Q :w l i .5 3 Academl- !U'DQIj 911tl?r1pgifR1Chmond, Bill lift? ty .. was 3 fflflllilf lUS1gf11flCg1QtL arid, sophisticated l Nil if 55,525 I 1 ,- . . R it 3 . ing ,W , 1 ffqg, i V V Rat, but his willingness txo dolx and with the Fill li i Ea V, get-up and go he possesses he has steadily 3lli1L,EgLLLL7iffeizeireezlrrlliziifdll V gl'OXVf1 eaQH?Q'ea9k untll Lrhls 5-Cir is recog- ' 'W' M' -' A5f--7455-'37fi Tl.'I1t'.:':rl'::'4i7j ' ' ' ' .' 5, ,LL L, ,,,,, LLL LLLLL L Y, 1 : .. mzed 35.3 lghlffhflfld man ln phages of gy ,Q 'M' ' "n' 4 Ali H lV College llfe- , Qfllllng the f0Uikvears he has WILLIAM RUSSELL PANKEY IJ 4 rv been with tisr he as advaneed both in Q X l Charlotte C. H., va. f fl - 1 i N 1 s A me Lf knowledge 21991 mr Stfltbufff- Helnow kr10WS Z f l:iT:L2r:i'.1,.,i,,..'Tf '-'iff L M -fi - 'w L of L if L - "'rm'2:L'..e'Me-.-e-M:1f1eQf- Q H H that he doesnt know fastrntlchfafs he thought ef ,Wl3 V5 MLJ L E2 vf he knew the 4 X Q 1 V L aim -- ' - NA QQ 'A . g Q V ip lf-74 M V In this m, n are found lalljtheltraitg of fl gg M Q true gentleman and a genulnel "Spider." t. '- a rnlnlstenal Studentv PankeyYlS 21 bI'O8d- Applicant for B.A. Degree ' minded L ' W ' il A 5:51 and progressive man, of vshich fact it Alpha Delta? Staff .The Q - fir pg? Q the Jaspers are justlylproud. lnlthe class- golggiaggl 122: Library , I li 1195: Y s . t . i 5 ta 5 ' ' L't . 1 f ' Q5 U .L room he has established for himse -if and ex- jgg ary s0cietQ,o??ii?RIangggr R wt Q, cellent record. In the',many literaxrv activi- gi23gflre'f1',2gha3liLn l lil EN' ti 5 ties of which he partook we Hnd ini him one ffesiflefif Vg? Minisfffgial lil? -v , f 1 - - ' t I - ,J . ssociatlon, ecretar ' 2g ", 1' :gf rf X3 u ho excelled in the higher planes of literary Dramatic Club: yCom- lg 33123 ,, L -- ' ' ' ' ggi t O t '23g Kr 9 V 1slEmaenitX.thCtn thiitighleitlc fgellduthere iE1TfgigIinli0n1g3iluOligF0r1f il L, ,. f nl es e a rea 1 er L lflt. mon u 4 elegate t lg: Sirk Nj V H h ' Cf, 1 . P . ' . ' lf Student Conference ai l 1 Q 'Q if sq U C 35 mil 21 21StlI1g lfTlpI'CSSlOl'1 OH Lynchburg '23 3 Y.M.C.A. 5 l li L? I V those who knew him while-Jin college. His l V" lil 55:2 engaging personality, responsive nature! and L H courteous demeanor have won Xfor him a r iff? ,Q 5 large circle oth friends. ,L,Fe!a-rl'ess, courag- ' Wbggu gg ' j V eous, indL1strioLisT"'en'ergetic,x and highly , l gifted, we sen,d him away feeling sure that A . . , fe It lj , 3- 4 xx' . A51 ,pf pq E he will attain a'prominericegwor-thy of hls , ,gjff Q? I 'V ambiti " X Nt-"--.,,L.Li1 3 l-Q Q., v 5 OU- -. . X i 2 V ' Q Eli! E5 r 5 ' -- 2 if? 4 L -- 2 fi L? l 'V l ' 'l ill: if .3 L by 1 V f-BILL" 53,35 'I 'L figzie... 4. .3LL,1,g.g4LL.e' ,-.g.g..1g4,:L1g:::.L. tial 'y V L L LL eee,L., . L. . L,,,e,. L LL LLL. 1 -- L. LLLL L L...LLL- L. fell L bf XJR-1"x'f-'TM-ifqwnf'"""A".l"M 'e'e' ' """L"f Q' Filf 'QQSQQ-fQTI'T"lFLf55Efi3Fi9,Q5: i.5ff75E'Q5'7 125251. .elifff?iQ'Eez9g-4'e2wr':V:'22fff."v:221 f,,ffj4 M'k'339LW'3fL'1-WM" 2 'ffiim Iliff' LV My , '---v - - - .-lif:T1ii:3:i:itiTiLt:T:ZT 2"TTIlT-"'JM---Y- -- f-----Y-----'-----1 -----A-0 -M Page Sixty-three K, -J 1 1 ii ', ' 1 111 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 ffhe 1925 1 WEB 1 1 1 is as , g'?GG.i'Kw42'.'Ze.'K,fP'x,ff"fffg 4,f'r2.'Z'fK1f-M-1--'?'?77'Z'?"5"r 1 1 1 Q my 'yy s 1 1 or at '1 -- - V lfw ' 713-7 tiff 'fQiQ,T?!W1f3T-V ' F3 1 fe-4 V Q3 l f i Qfi'T ii:1',f:"' -A el' Tii..f:t34.iQ-Qi-M C E 1 1-t:ip:'7:::: II-------'--"""""' ' i I O V1 1 1 1 .. V .. 1 1 M1 1 v E15 1 ' ' B xv 1 illl 1 1 U if 3 1 1 1 M Q11 I 4 V i1 Ng V, 1 111 " 1 1 Nl 1 1 1 -1 if 14 1 15 , V A X14 1 V 11 , A N 1 EP l l :ill l ."' l ' Eg E3 lll ' 'J' 'AT a iece A ork is man' ' l 42 ", 1 ill' ! 5514159 7' , 7 . ' . 1 M 1 l hohv no e 11182635 - 1 how 1115- 1 w nite in f cuff V2 9 w1her-Xlgppeared in 1. I 3145? ou midst a -anlx 1 e brought V 1 I vl 1 V1 1 1 1 5111 , . -f . . ' ' E51 1 1 1111 ,4 ,. W i M -3 W1th h1mXto d1 tr1bu amon - se of h1S 1 V 1 Y 11151 1lFff2'Yi?f'SfSfi11""" 1 1 l -fellow-Spiders, every Urait of mnsurpassed .. 1 13111 1 q ,A-ee fVf --1----ee------1-fe+-'-e--'--'-'Y-- F1 ,111 home culuhue 'hd 'ignitv ltmmediatelv V 3 !'1M1'1v f1 EDWARD HUGHES PRUDEN 11 after his al1'ri to our camgus, he at- LL 1 ef ' ' 7115351 1 11 1 11 1 Chase City, va. tracted the attqtroh of all th se who were -' Q uf lk 1 l 1 1 l ' ' ' , l N 1 V 1 131551 1 1 141, 1'T,1,lg,.-W . 1 lookmg for l111g e1 a d bler auses. just u , 1'QLil ll 1 when a We'a1if oul eeded Word Ed V V CO' 5 1 Apphcam fo? B'A'. Degree always hadfl and delixh' d it at the proper " 1 of 1 ,Qafeulffgffggigfil 1 t1me. W1l1 lg to let thegcgi or-a can- .. Q11 j 1 1 1 23,.Bus1g1eSS Mf1nager'25: 1 non Hre, 1f1n!ecessary, refli 'ed 11s h1gh de- l , 1 IW ,JI 1 1 1 P:llllOlOglZ1H L1terary So- I 1 1 I 1 1 1 . I I 1 1 guy, Mgnager '22, I 1 greg of ca DQQCSS. I 1 . V 1 tm. V1 1 A 1 Af?1Esr,23., ,chaegiegntgsgi 1 1 Lan any111ma11 sp uk ofuhim? Who IS 11 '1 ab 1 EgZiieS,gigfff1tBif:,RIgIa211l 1 1 capable of ?O11I'1dlUg h s pralses? The great- 1 - he 5, 1 , I , , . - . . . . . . . Q 1 1 sgliegigidfigebaatiz Llynlfslgi 1 1 est thlllg to Ee sa1d ofx h1m IS h1s.h1gh 1deal 1 1 burg ,255 Debating and 1 1 1n a l1fe ser1 ICC, ded cated to h s Master. 1-0 E3 1 1 l Sig: ' During the four years We have lc lawn him, V 1 hc 1 1 Egciaf1a?enl2i: Alwgembef 1 he has gained distincti I1 as lan oxlator, de- th Board. ,nge Minisgggg 1 1 hater, sc olar 1and a lo al Spiddrra man 1 , 1 1-O 1 I.f:iie1j1E1o3n32?nS1'f1uE1 1 1 YVl10 has 01ll tll1C l'1OI'lOI' 8 Cl love all Wl'1O Xa Q . M l 1 gfgS1ar,bgi117,elRi1Ega1E325 have COIBIC IH contaotnwith !his uhdurpassed ' so 1 1 1 gelegate 19 Blue Ridge DCfS0U2lllQY-I Splflt seales the1111our1ta1n Q 1 1 1 1 eg5g1,ce,fii5Sgl5f Q3111? peaks of e 1deal and his .searchthig vision .. , 111 1 1 5gte1cile11Igur,g,3 Club, see- penetrates beyonfl the fog-wra ped vale A V 1 1 1 below. 1 V 1 Y fuukh 1 ' . 1 1 ts 1 Q 1-3 1 1 E, U ' ' 1 QL 1 1 . 0 1 ' Ei ew V 1 11 E, V 1 4 I I vu 1 I lv 1 V A ' -1 l . N Q l l 1 3 5 1 1 X3 Q V l -1coLoNEL" J V " vfvnvm . . . "'1W'w'11-1 l ' V l MPULJX-'?33+1Ac4uLu.. fP1DMr 9.29091 :J :- qffvvfv. q- c"'c"t "f ' s - 2 : - - . . . . . . . " PageS1xty-four so -V . Q R+- 1 CD16 1925 WEB Ef ,gf,eeQiii'r,iji b tier gggs ' -- '14Tgi'sc segg g bbet R if ' l .. ,v 1 , V N '..N ", i V1 V l l , , 5 W Vl -- f r , Y Q l l v ! ,l ' , I ot li ' Xl 9 1 , I ' .. I 2 V ll . V ll X i , on Y .. 'Q A I 3 Y i , i 7 ' pl V Q p Y no , i K if . to V 1-47,7 'N N N i . l v- ffm-v ONV we l rhto '.t h a glimpse r Q, '- r I' I n T 1 s . Q , K 1, -- E of gthe tu lre an e what the , Q " N" " , , . f - H f - , WWW W, 1 if f C0 mg y ars o for our l r - WTZQ ff -i V , , ,K bert. "Ric ", ame to us eeeeeee ----se g r i " .. QQ-14 ' I nc Y- Y Y nf- l H L, V gf- - 'J ff F1 .the ,ll ll Hd M0115 HERBERT GOFF RICKER 7 , V r --ge .. west, and ev r since h s ar val we have chickasha okia. i l ., ll . , ' 1 I D, ig N ceased to be e in e t les t t are abroad D A c so g ,V g V , up l fv' concerning dbub llrepu ion of some l ' i l 1 r " of his "con incherinei hbo' ' l -' l - ' .. It is IU red that 9 rl is in final- Q i if ll 4 mond for a 'purpose an no the proof f ll that we h qe of his won e u composing VM . . , . . 1 1 ' ability we ' n easily unders an just how , 5 , 5 5- he could b he auth r of our s ool song. 7 , lp U Yes, H ert, we -xpect somfl day to see 1 , -, r YOu on t highest pedestal b- musical I Appheant fee BA- Degree i i ' l ' a ' b t f m Cf1'121lf1 OH l S Pl' Delta Omega, Harle- I f l ' 1 l. ' C lev,eme ' U your ria e ill , Q . l quliln Club: Glee Club '22, , 1' V 1 ., - the lips 0 the coming generations of l i '23, '24, 25. , ' - i n ul ,, younger ' pidersu wh live andg sing the 1 Q l i X, i ,. , i i I , , , 0 V Alma lVI t r that was artrue gift of a loyal i i yx d son of ic mood. f le l V . i on Q l x " lt .. 1 1 ' '- 1 " v ii i iv ,Q c , .. l - , '- l' 2 l X i 1 i V le L. Y W Y YV f -Y ---.- - - I X X ' v I , , -- i i "l alv o , ,ag 'Q ? lvl l l , W u l Vlf rr: 3 lvl l I 1 , 1' ' N k 5 xi i 3 i l ig Eg i ' il t'RICK" f I V V wwmmwgwghff rrsssg rrMffigQl Qi ' "' ""' 'A "" 'W' ' Y Y TQ, ,r,. .,.,fi.-..........wf,.--an-l ' 'l 1 . V f'ffi"iffmin'WMiimeii ifiiimfQr-rr,. r r. at rrrrr ,g,.-.r,, l Egg! Page Szxty-fifve '1 It F.. 1 1 1 1 1 W1 f11 11 111 111 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .. 1 ,i 1 1 1 A 1 1 ' A 'N 'X 'fl 'i?5,f7"5i1fLB 'lf "A' 'V A' in ,, -W Mfg- --QQZTTT-""""""" -if 1 Q' -'77 1' f171?:?fTf7 iff,QTJQIEFEEQ'QEQE'-1l'1ge"f'eY'5"-S"f53'iF3'?"3'7 ll ll 'T ' '5' O'-W--rt'-"e'r""" ,, y JI E21 111 lf 5 xi 'IA to to e 1 1 E51 1,51 1 1 ,fray b. 11151 l 7 ,ff"i3'L. 5 ,,5,1f .11f 1 5, -. p 11 " 5 11 1 fl' 1 V151 l 1 llfiiis ff ff! A M-I 1 111 Q 1531 1 1. xx ly! . ' ' , 1 EfQU'R'HH.,XOfL1'k-many parts IS ii, I 124 N Emmett 11He has blended 1 W 9 1 . I'-' 1- P., 1 wr 1 F 1 well inlt e genera armony 1 4.-" oflcollege lrfel I-his quiet, yet 155, 1 1 " 'Q f persistent, andylqdetermined ef- v ji forts havefestablished asvla, dependable I ' student and a loyal Spider. Xljfb is one of 1,55 Q it 1 ee , those solid, stezqdfast ffellows form the M91 i ff foundatiorbhof 3 schoo1's sudeess. ln the Q to r , clubs and brgafzations of which he is a EMMETT YOUNG ROBERTSON 1 member, Erhmllil has a reputakcipn of .being vi ,WH 1 Ricmmmi, va. , lx loyal, capable and'-always! on tg, e job. M51 1 e 1+O--41-'f'ff,:f e--M 11:-'11-Q layylfl "Earnest" helib and ever sh ll be. This l -' 'M:':f::-:32f':'giff:--'ig51f 1,1 - . -9 1- TJ- 1111 1 1 1 ,1 t 1 , y y gmvf appellation isfjustifiable in mpxre ways than . i 11 , one. Wheremer youlcharrceflbplbn him and ll Q 1,5 ,1 A 9 111 whatsoever ,hes attemptin1g:?ltl'li1,s specimen libfl 5 1141! l V of homo geifliys is always ,ever is Hearn- V. 4 l,fQ511 l P est." Be 't endeavoring to sm sh the in- V p v1 il Hated spheiilorid throul h the resilient mesh, lv I i mg" 11 1 Q Q P striding to thb tune o' one, twoxjlhree, four, " I 1 ' A,,,,11mm for B.A' Degree ' 3 convincing Vighiskers that by no lhe knows E 1, iglllha, Deltaijllginismlrial . M1ath" of 1 nlttlng lzfqrowalgj er some f 1 1151 111 QSOCIQIBOQS O11 var: 1 V0 ume o accepte e, e m ' tains his v l " t School Cm' 1 rating- when he arglixs from his lair and 1 11 I goes out ,on some soul-hunting b position, rm c f ly 1 nonelcould e lmore successffbl, ali we are l V t 1 1 1 convinced t1.at kvhen Sunday the First be- v lvl f i 1 comes a falling tar and had passed into the 1 :jj f pale of the renlotest oblivion, s young .. jab , fy 1 HEDITHITC will havs shot like a Eieteor into e p Lwmmtym l , 'f C ga aXY 0 th se.h1gh,-lgghts that have v ' - Eiptt aglovg t e s a ar or of those on " h , ,1 e erra rma. , .x, , 1 T3 1 fx ' 1 1 w' l V f " a 1 big 1 1 - W' 1 v 1 11 153 1 1 11 in 11 1 1 1 if ' it H 11- E Q Q I U "ron 'HH-r W .. . ,M-W ,fri -. 1 1 f1 QXA' M V O Y , I Nl l 111.m':mx':x,em.,em.:v21'S'ef'f-Q -Q D- - 1 1 ' 1 ' ' f D . 2 Q 1 157 . . . ' X3 121106 Sm . O, 4.141-ALL!-4141 495 4x7.C3I,C!tlC,:l 5 Q 5 Qi X4-W . . y'J1x I - I L sag G E4 tg 1 if QQ: R U 1. V E521 if 1? 1 15511 lv' 1 D31 111 1'- 18311 'v1! 1 11 1 1 :EN l..l I l. 11 '91 1 ' I 1 7 1 1 W1 91 ef? gil E311 l .rd .- .-s ' 'fx ' 'i1e?.'Qf' A A i i I '1 1 1 1 2 I ,1 Xxpl .1 X, 1.17 11 1 1 I 1 I l 1 1 1 1. 1 1 I 1? P 1 1 I 1 l .s f L W ik 1 1' V 1 11 V V 1 ' ff! W 1 ,V fl, 111 1 .. -,111 1 1 I 1111 1 v 1 hi 111 1 1 X :Iii 1 V 1,, .,, 1 . - 1111 111 1 1 A -- 1 1M9TQTff15101I?C Sf'1dV'Atf111 111 11 1 V -116.1 IS 21 fool. VVe usually jhl ffl ' V fhlslike Xto quesutlon statements 1111 fm 1 V1 1 Q of1the sages of old but we have W 'V l v I C f s 1 1 r A - . . 1 11 1 1 H ' ,.g.. such strong convincing evl- 1111 1 1 V dence to the contraryiun this particular case 1 1 rv we feel this statefmentcan fbe successfully lllj 1 1 V refuted, fur the subject of this skeach-in 11 A U spite of is l1ClglltilS not only got a fool 1111 v but proba ly the best rounded fiiian in the iglffElfifiiigigig355233555532l i 1 'V C1355 of '25, fix ' ' W'wwf'NYHMMN-"'WQC'M'AKC"in" 1 1 . V Claude E1lsornlReams cameto us in 1921 11, 1 W"CC'i"f+m1 C from RfICG1llIfC,g1X Preparatory1 'School and 111 CLAU1? hELS?1l2 REAMS lf-l V v we dare SZ1j'1thfZ1t1 institution has never sent 11 1 fy lc mon ' a' 1 1 to us a son15115f vvhonivr-she might be more 1 Qg'f5f1ff' 1 1 justly proud" Claudexis atbulwark of ii 11 """' M strength fro every point of'1yie11'. We 115 1 1 ' X 1 1- 1 11 1 1f V know of nl? man on thegscampus stronger 11, 11 1 Q than he, ,llfher mentallyj physically, or -- morally. dllaude is 11 man of af engaging, li ff . 1 . . . 1. 11 1. 1 M magnetic I?Cl'SOI'lZIlltj1 and his 1 ontaglous l51 .1pp11Ca,11 for BS Degme 51 11 11 - - 1 1' A ' ' 111 1 'v good natu efand Winsome smileilthave won cgusiness Administration, 11 11111111 N . 1 . '. . 1111 if 1 4.1 for him 211 ost of friends on each side of 1 1 Kappa Sigma Varsity 11 11 .1 HOUI- , 1 1 l FO0tl'JZ1ll '21, '22, 223, A . '1 . 1 . . 1 1 Captain '24g President f 1,1 0 As Priiident of the'1Athlet1c Association 1 1 Athktic Associlgign 7253 I 11 15 111 - -, 11 1 P 'd 1 YM. . 1 '251 1 1 la of the n versity , he ,has ed ,rare Sggizilegeiiterl Committee. i K i1 talent as a e. ecutive. MAS Captain of the 1 1 11 V. football 1team he has shown outstanding H qualitiesias a leader. As resident of the 1 Y. NI. C. A. Claude h.s mariifested an 1 Q enviable capacity for cooperation! 11 '- As Claude gohs forth to wn' fame and 1 . if -' honor for hi an ma Nlater he 1 , . , . x 1 - 'f' """ ' , 13-my carries with 11 the bet ylshes of those V who have ha pleasgrq of -kxnowinghand .. " ' 'Xo'sort 51 .11 ESSOClZ1tlflg ivthsxhim f T'ti1Cb,Ql-ll-J 1 11 ,, appy years. 1 1 151 ' l 1 ' fig! 1 :ig 1 41 if 11555 1 -11 1 H1 35311 --SLEEPYH l 15131 1 1- 335'315-57fiifQiglliiffif'ffffflffffffffffff-. 1 lil' fi I 1, eree 1 ..--.W-1-1-----H------H-M'"""'i'T"T 1 . 1 "'v'.f,a'ev'w'f:fa'gf:1fj5fx':1"g. 1 11 v. vavx-nv,-v,rf of-1'-f,, A e fe . friwfmtf 1-11: 11 1 ' ,124 ly 5",1,'51,9.9f," .,P4Qf?A.:.?kf .'....' "":.:L: g:':::::::ggiI. :f:,f"f4 A --W1 1, 1 H W5 -,gg,,1 ,lffflff : .'i'itTi'-iTI1'7lT-7'7f"'37'W' """ 'W"" W-Y' Page Sixty,-9e,ven 1 I o 1 I aa no on no ffhe 1925 WEBLL - L ee e , as f I I , , .L .-eswsfewefrsff-versa?-S7 I Evrezcxmmefxf-fs Kg-my yy KY gf W V eff-we e MY- -' of 4.5, I . 3 . V g I-I ,-., ,pgs I In e I Q -ir -,.,.-W: the 5 V l 4 I 1 X X I S W ! X Rr g M . I g 5 I H L g E' QQ I I I l iii' I L. .. " y v .. I-:A.1-1 y ,On p u a g - v V i I 5 b b il r toast begin .. 2 ,nilngjlvgfllllqiexek to the girl 5 .. fg Z of wko"s al 'aiys Xgnxit-," I and -- V I Q FEB! en ing t -Lbllsug est yely, 'And V 5 L .4 , e Ld i stil gefsxal tliie n there's v M ' H , in it," seelgis to apbl-y pecunit ly well to V H f 1, e, I L Bill. lt h' pt been the g d fortune of xg l WILLIAM HAMILTON ROPER li I Richmond -o shelter within 'lhslnoble Walls X L Joh Cty T - j l many men WSG ve as ad 'rably mixed - 5 V I l I the deeper in! Ygmerfispec of a college Q fa g l R I career as Ze ,lhas don in ti lexse last four l E l l Vears. T e has not b In ai Stl dent activ- V Qi y A ity in wh if he was nb ydiligently con- 5 Qi cerned, an fhis steady, consist lt work on . the footba'?l'Jfield antd as maba er of base- A Xipl rn B I Degree I ball has beie meritorious. As hesident of V 5 J ' IGI? P -Klgl t X? igan the ' Geljmalg .ClL1b, lhe has P ,dvided tl'lC N 1: 1 B I tb 11 2 University with somxe memorable "hops." ga I L it If B il uyfsqgd But with ll!-and hexiein lies acid .test , Cl I C MINI Ce b of the al -yound .man-he has iaintalned H v i C11 t tt C11 D such an a erage In class work as to be 'V U rl Clllt f tEtlt rated one dl! the best! X l l I ig I C I hi All of Yhieh, weh think! should 'assure H 1m a per fanent nic e in the shrii e of our V E 1 memorids mais alsolid, lovable, Hzllbdaroundl' V I man. X A I -- I l 1 l 5 1 I I l 5 .--L EQ ef 5 '-BILL" Page Sixiy-eight v I Q X ,. U H L! U Q 5 U U Q as 5 P ly.. 4 i l l es u, I l I .. 3. I, 14. 4. 7 -- I ' , 5 S4 I Eg 1 1 1 . l 1 Q I P l II lx.. ' i I , .. Q 1 l 'v lu 5 2 S S 5 an . S 41 . 1 T '-f-.S i l l gi 'i 1 4 -.. i v .-l I ' 4 it i. il 'i - -- to ffhe 1925 ggwEB 59" 2 t i M e s e ,Q-,Qgf3,q,b..!3'Xr5"'T"'1 P : P 1 D : Pd i "' 'ii V f .4 s -g , 5+ f "3 .Q i itil - l ?Efil l i v 'X If ,Q "One it 116 zzeifiez' tljilwcfl his back, l 55 Bllf II 1111511edhbre11styfd1'waz'f1." it g l --V1 i 2 .151 F . . , . lf' i i 3 HL main whqg born to success, S .. , ofixujo asifuccgss thrust upon -Q him' by ortunex cannot com- D2lfC witlh himlxwl achieves 2 v ll " ' "" -A success.!'JCouraje nd undying - i lggl ambition fave! urged Roy ,rig where the -N tt, rebuffs ot 'anjf isympatheticll 'orld might r VL, 'V ' have throw. qtheis back. Ht 'ike lllilton, l JULIUS ROY SAUNDERS N .CY u,-Q I , gi X Norfolk, va. ,Vg says l ecessigy ,and chance? pproach me fl XE not, and thaw! vyilll'QfFate.5ix It ll . ' ' iv ll Roy's college Years -ave in ant more to 1 : ' it . I , ' fl l. . Etvlgi him than js ,many class peritlds. While i 1 , Q living to le rn he has been dearrfing to live. lfaf By his nu nerous activities and varied in- ' terests he not on y helped th norganiza- I Applicant for BDA. Degree 1 wil tions with ,which he has been a hated, but I I , , f f - N - i Trl Phig Sophomore Bas- svi has secured ,great benefit for hi lself, gain- ' ketball Team., Rgp0rEer'5 ing a broadloutlook and understanding at- gfggggingreggixgi 'wi tltude wliiqh will be mvaluabl to him F-Epirig gage N , V . . 'X E . - ro r 9 ' - throughout il'llS life. lntolerance, to him, IS logian ,Literary P5Oc,Et,,, worse thzinftreason. His naturaliquiet de- 5 giimfglirggggtyffiaigf meanor and reserve shovxghim tolbe deliber- I gglsOOlChg13Zm Tfgggfzgri-if ate and ftltouglhtful, yet once llsl mind is '21. i made heisla man of actiovry Possessirig the instincts of a g ntleman, the speech-lof agscholar, the tho ghts of .a 2 'ii poet, and the kinldliness of a brother, Roy IS l 5 -. , . t x -TX! d 1 , iq, indeed one xv Qm anyo ei ould feel prou to call friend. , Q lgan i,- .A ix . XX ff -1' K Xb EMA Q- ' QX X-J wld lil l 1 ll fl F I I V -V M ,, E xiii i "ROY J " --f one 4-avi il"7"i GHZ 43 k- 4 c 4 c ff uf , '-- ..,,,z,,,..,.,j . Ceiumf ' ' X X Aff, 5 r.f,i.fLI1:'A' E' 2" W" v-l'l7, e ewfax wa hi N, ,---e. HI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I F, so no I HJ ,, 1 "w G If X732-ei y ALM, W e' ,,-J.1.. --.--WA ,MYMHM I I I It We J 52 " 3 ij U,,-.-o .,,, --.U4-H---f,-1i1,..,-., .-.--Ii--e--f--A " "'K"T"I paw, N--.ixl-:il-iirjliflggligjg75:1-itll'?3TIfZT7T'3'f5373-73:-if""M""' """ ' "'-'lf' 'M'-vu' 'iff WLS"-1" F " I . , - .e- - ,f -. fe-, U 'em . f . , .I f, . ,YA-,y,r..,,,.z,-W--ee . ffoYffT9i'ff?7?'ef3ff?'gTfei?'E7f..felff- -e 1 :Q M. - it . .vp . X,,,,eee. 8.1 .. ee... .,.., . - .1 .f - I ,, ..... L ,UL .-.,I-.I , . ee -- ,. :..fetJ.J.lL.s,-..f'.esDNe .'1.1j.p.f . -4-fi "" 2.'jV,"fi" V ' Q' ij 1- . 1 A 'f.,AmN:,f- ' ' M , ,,, ,e ,,,f - -e ,fe - Mfr .,., ,rs ef- H-Ae .,A,.... We , 1 ,,....r,..a.44,e.--ew --A-e --+-- -hexldg mp. .....-.W A-A-v---"-' I I I II- Ie. ,I u .J 1 i , 'I If-Q I-Q-'fy we o I ve ne as an ae nf -F -- an .fi I '- ..- J .. .xy 4. ls, 'fe itil Q 'N-'-'-'ferrffffff:f:tff1'i'::f::f:ft::-f:1ii:g,g':::,g,e-ee.,5 Q fi: f,IZ'7li' iiiitfigrgggev Yfiif!ji3i?j277-?iQ71 ig I ee:e:fg:::+--ei----ee ed-I--'W-me e WIII mi v I . I Ig I I fe. gg I f,I I II I ff , .. I I I I II ' v I 5 g I 'I fda? M II ff ff I if v E- 'II Iv w I X III fi ef I I I I .. I I I I I Lf V I I I I A?-Hn E 5 III X I I I ji i i ' I " 1 -i . . SJ IIII v,,5g.Ge,v are e y , uch indebted to I II Avfsexehe gife of Is II IV? I fesieef Ierigefievee be- CLI E3 I coriie acqu integi yvith him ' I'if 5' fe' xvilhoutfrqdceiving ailasting im- V V Q ,.e -e-..we-A,.e--.m-e pression o Ehisfffxsuperh friendship, Sterllllg V I V In A th d t I f charaicfler When V ' ,- J LINDSAY DAVIS SIEGFRIED I YO? ,g an , TIJCPCSS 0 I I ' . VI I I Richmond, Va. Seig stud esI!viforks, or plaIys he simply A elf I ij boils over idli ene yjaind determination. Q I .TQI s s - s Get him infyaif tiight 1-ace axildlx Watch him 'V I fight his Way'IIJut.I s bftrieqll Iitio one could b' ' , I be more f ighIful or sym awe je, and it is gf his sincere friendship, ariijdnfkher higher V 'v I and nobler sentiment Cif We Imay judge by V Q? I his frequen Ivisits t Charlotte 'illej that X I Avvlicfllt for B A Degree 5 rule his perfonality. Class teami as Well as X B i 5111111 T623 tlgleltrack egifl footblafl squadsdhavge tested his w I Scdbxgootgqlllqgmg E etic alilzitvn 1 frien s e found ya V Term 22 ,23 flvfrslfly I .eneath .S1f3gS rese ve a grea apprecia- ,Q Q- I 'llracl Squad. '23 Mu I tion of lilerature, cu ent I1stdr,, -and a 5 ESQ? 53151 tf.E?5i3'yeIEiij I , desire to !IipIhold the hlilgheee ideelie. He is E4 M I one of t e IOWI men who did notlrush for I I I numb,er."?l" ag soon as cflass Ivxias over. Q 1 I I I Sieg ifs real Spider, one Wluo always I strove asgl stu ent to atiflin Spidier ideals Ni B I I on field an cam us. I I E3 I I I e 1 I to We as if B Q I I ZS! " I M I XX X, V I 'I ilk I I Al v xf I , Q4 I M I I I E4 I V E4 V I II B eeee e-f--V----e-em eeee. --a,-w--e-on ik MI ff , , I I I I Ita I3 UI 'III IIQI V IGII QI IMI co st ,Q FQ Ill I"I i Ie' if XVI fin at II If IV W Q he II fl? is Q an I: M mr I' gf tai IH iii IVI int tio ha- loy ov thc he. 59? if ,VJ n U Q Iji Iii QL 'T,1x e QI?-ee 441' .2 . -1- 5 ., sfyziurygfji-rj Ar --Y -'-1 KY' W - -V .. VK! wisp' -M .,,, 'B 1 1 5 7 Q. - K ' q4Yb 37V713T,Z'lii1iff?5f:7g:ff:j,1i'Tfi?f: liifgirv-H-Pg-7:4-ff-'W -- H + ww, A, ,Emma-M -rm ll:-'H-nfiffli---1. -A sf: f 'il i V ,V I iulxk X N XL , i N Ji :gg A KIPPER came? to cast his lot il v with M the class? of '25 in the l i Q, fallfof 1Q2ll,,Yhis late matricu- ' -- lations bffitng fdue to the fact W' that he X tried VVilliam and , V hlary first, but finding theyinfiuence of a " coeducational institution fjiidt, inducive to '- study, later fbecame ,an assetito our class. XVith anfinherent,ijkeeg1Qg,xsegp.e of beauty lcv supplemented by four yeiiirsifoff college traini- H ing, muclyfof which hztss-tbeengdirected along , lines of philosophic interipretationg today he l i TT exhibits an almost IIhZ1I'VCldlL1SIV1JOXVC1: of lil--:l'5l35 -s "r l l V reading in fhe efipression of a ipaiiti-'of brown NW.---m Atsf -WMM ..,.M W- ,..- ----W.-.--.-X 9 eyes attributesaiifhich 'the ordifnfllry observer COLLIN EDWARD SMITHER l Q would ascribe frtoxtliing less than an angel. 1 Weems, va. -- "There are exqeptipnspto al!l,h'ules." iwe A, T VT gli.: gvggg gl I p M find at leastfone in tliq"abovqypule. Hbkip- XJV f":"'L""'-'--'l'i"' F V per," from the very firstgyxhasbeen an ardent 5 l advocate off tyhe theory offorgaiiic evolution. 4 .. NVhereyer, lwhenever, andl by slvhomsoever p f h he is accosted with the sibjecty he drives l V home his afgument with an irrlestible, and ' V clinches it with a steadfast grip. 1lOn other i i topics, to which he has not devoted so much , attention, he is more '-susceptiblefto convic- Apvlicfmf for BA- Degree i tion by hisf"'opponei1ts,lf' but he no great p Library Assistant l i Q leaning toward compromise and displays re- i Y'M'C'A' l i marlcablefpotentialities l-ir of an irfdependent ' i .. thinker. l , X-V i , p l He is, like many great thinkers,,of a re- V ticent nature. lHe likes to be alone much i q of his timeywhen 'Knew planets" may swim i y i -- into his pen, uninterrupted by the distrac- If tion of excessive social contact.f'Yet, many V H me - .. have found liirnfa--helpxfulf companion, a loyal friend-much of the philanthropist. Suffice it fo that however Ugffienu the "Rat" was upon hisi'eint'ranceQirx 1921, he, at an earlyxdate, proved himself capable of scholastic achievement which won for him the esteem of both students and faculty. 'VK "rj, Q dw., J agp ,wi ,, - 1 ,-w.f.-f-.-1,-vw-w , ,,,,, 4 ion l gl .3 ' ' W wal i s 1, E I? if P1 "SKIPPER,, 1 gbff-I4 gi .S I., of o re ...u b,-g.-v.-W-----J fi , kg fl ,, ,,.. - .... ..,f.-- .--.M-U... ...- -..V-wr f-f'fQL.l lhfil ..,-.f.. ---W WM- ---- f-Y "'4"m""""' ""' 511 4 , VH -,DA-5, ., .. ... .... .....-.-.-.A lQ fffi P V'V77'2'PT?f'QT""'Zf?f7" all-7"'i ill' Q QQ' QZZIJQ A251 -.5gwi11wU1,fy:ggffgzt-Li-Q5-if Page Sefventy-one U1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , 1 flhe 1925 WEB A 4 r r ii 5 iggmfemsefzxx-..w.sf"2f'fiT' P 11 1 X!1 -' 1 1 iii-1-rw ' ' fiiijifiiii AA ' ill ' ' 1 1 1 1 F'-' "" t"i"""'i' ' 'Q'1"i MW 'an 1M-M1 1 Q y 1111 , . 1 11 Q31 1 I 1' 1 ,J ' 1 M 1 11 1 ye ry I I 1 1 1x1 E 7 1 1 V 111 1111 11 1 '1 1 1 111 ff 1 1 N 1 1 1 111 W1 1 fi X- 1 1 1 1 f X 1 , 1' 1 : ID you ever sekegjzu fellow who 4 1 ig gf v s always busy but was never y 111 5 1 too bufyxtolgoixferlqciok a prank 1 4, 11 pig pi i ,inf ,of 1some sort tkbeyplayed on a 1 1 1 fell1ow st111ilXent?11141?hat's HE. 11 11 1 1 1 S.'1 throlfgh an1d thrgiugh. 1G'or5uing here 111 from the 'XI1CfI'O1OliS 6511571331 Yirginia, he 1 f f 4. EDWIN SM:IIlIjSE13,aSNEAD' JR' laplie icraiilriii mlifimstotiitlli ,denies any , 1 F 1 1 1 , - 11 ' ' 1 1 1 . 11 1 5551 1K1 bww-A-MA,-,pw--,uw . ,A,w 11641111 1 knowledge xilygtspe -er of the11 est portion Lij lllj Q, Of the Canine! vve a'-iknow E. S." and 1 Lily i 1 5 1 consequently havepour -oubtsyg 1 He tells Es he is goingxtolbe ka preacher 1 1 K 1 1 1 1 and we have not the sllghltsst doubt at all Q 1 as to his success, for with his ability and 1 1 1 remarkablefprersonali y, he cbuld win his 1 111 1 1 A 1. f p f 1 way anywhe1e. Of course, we bhall miss p 1 1 pimani O B A Degree 3 j him for whb would npt, but those wonder- E1QfL01Off2QonfQfg1?c151fg , 11 ful experienees of his1XQespecially1the sears Q1 1 Ifevelbs Ministerial Asso- 1 from that! emorable year '19 hich he 1 ciationg Southwestern Sue- 1 1 . rg 1 1 I . W N- 1 Cessful Salesman' Clul 1 polnts to pr ud y coupled with t e events 1 1 gisiftary 253 P d 0 t of his bool:-agent career1'1Q will never be for- Q 1 gotten. if e suspect tl'1,CSC!11WVC1'iC1 colored I I 1 i slightly by is vivid imagination? but even 15? y 1 1 4 in spite pf this we cannot help but love I 1 4 1 T him. Any vay,Xif he can sell bcioks we Q! 1 1 11 k h X, 1 1 v 1 1 V i I now e ea Hpreach: I 4 iv 1 1 I Q 1 G0 to lf, E- S..,, we wish u the best 1 4 i taifffte--be-fzf-we 1 1 01 luck xf 1 em- 1 - 11 1 11 e 1 1 4 5 1 1 1 V 1. 1 11 M 1 4 11 1 V11 1 1 F 1 E! 1 1 1 1 P "SNEADIE" '11 1 B at or mf, r 1 f p we r :P P122 QE?" a4"g.s"T""g.,p,4, f",1t,C?"4 C- 4 - 4. C' 4 4 4 Page Scfverziy-ifuso X E fgf-793: M 5 ,- n 1 a 3 3 u M 1 H ii of :Q S3 Q ii tg of 5 hi Q4 a if af 9 of 9 if il H th -J 1 M 11 Y A rf sf s ge 1 Q "4 N f V4 sa F4 W r I4 4 . '4 R r Q4 if sf V4 N 1 V4 hr V4 N 4 V4 v Q V4 4 4 F4 5 Y F! N l V4 w U Yi 'ff Y 1 X4 N f F4 li 5' H K J M -r pw N v in J V4 ,, f I1 N 1 H N I' Lvl i f V4 i I V4 -r 4-'4 N r V4 'y Q W .u f W '1 f L14 N r' V4 ir' V4 QL' tl' ' v V4 1 I V4 4 ? -4 C. wi 1 f V4 1' f V4 A dllf? 9 V3 - --'- -fe "".,.,..,,f----W -f--H-- Y- ., ..,, A U V 7.7 ,sqgugrk ii ' 'MJ "fy ,-vrv 11: rug -'rv 1'-V' f v --v 1-W, --uf ,'-W 'rms EEQQNLQH se- wsu. as ,.4:s1cfsfl.1,s'f'Qferveeerfzgs-New 2 :A -sg ' e' '44'K 4:17.12 FQ5'f". tc E' ""ff,l,4 V 4 .. 4 J X4 v' 1 5 E' ff L 1 sf ,ti is ,xx , 'xxx f f -vriff. fi Q 4- v1s-p.f 4 , , E'- --1 el' col-lc 'rite storv of the nick- II nt nu QI slogan slmgei 'IT' "3 Kg!! 'Mmm' ljhneatl. verjffmuch a history Vulgfy j0flfl1l' Llxlllversitv of Richmond U-13452 for the lastLgtourt years-from leading cheers and tigifiedoring around at the danceS to ponderipg weighty questions of Student Government' Nickjhas shown us all that hisksuperlicial foolishness is a rw M-sf-..f-LYW.,,t,,,k , M bm f' "--'H -- -v-...W re- --'- -----V -- Vans '-'fs -W---N--V-. ' , 4 in -f f' --- --is-W --s---W -V .--WMV.--- .... - 1 l 4 ' r 1 mere cloz1lc',g'to hide his superiority to most -s'ese so -ee-e --fs--+H---sf-Mm . N - - . . Q ' .Q 4 of us: Lsherecl into prominence 'by his HAROLD FLEMING SNEAD sweeping studeptwxrvernmentf campaign for Richmond, va. l' senator, XVl1CI'ff his plxarmr-in uicluded Mele- ,.l,.f.ii...s,s,--m,,.?..?. sl vators for the dorms,fgfthrough' the last day 'MH' " W"-"""1. ,Ke of his SC'I1l0I'jfj'CZlI'. he has been ever before ' us. doing something for Spideii-spirit. But j A his discreet and impartialdiscussions in all f matters tostudent life have placed Nick's ' 2 . . . 1 . . a administration at the head ot the list. As 5:3 3 5 a minstrel entertainer he is unitlueg as an Apphcam for B-A'Degfee after dinner speaker' he is supreme: as a W Qmicron 'Delta Kappas I . 4 . . . 4 .Q 1 kappa Sigmag German 3 5 hull artist he is without I'lX'2llQ and his name Club: Imeffrafemlty 4 1 Y ' . 1' ' 9 FQ . - V on many honor-rolls showsvhmi to he 5f'EQhfge2fj24i4'PSIi2'QSgft l student. ,His "number-Xme-owfume iz Sfu,de!1f Goyfmmfnf 45' 3 g ,, .. - - N 5 al sociation 25 g Junior r f and hutton-up slogans along with his 5244 C1355 Historian '24. ' 5 "electric l'ioner" and "snap hack into that gli l 5' . 4 I l trance, Reams' are onlv a few of many ex- 1 - - ' 4 'll l pressions the entire campus has caught up: gg: 5 A mentor to the mountains, or a vendor ot 4 3 velvet during vacations. and a hustler dui- ll 4 4 ' . . -. ,. - 1-- ' the 5 f ing the year, he has become Lertfllny 14,3Y-MMWWM W v--1 i iriend of more campus menl than any other, ' t""""""":"W"':"' e e these four veuarsj XVl12l:fllj'?l say. H. F.? 4 . ,, Q N 1 l l r l l l I l -'NICK' 3 - 'L e - flee? L,.? it-4--..-,g,r ,,As. t , is or sf-4-as 'ee4, s4t'e ' fg 1 3E'Q:'.Cf ," 'ji 5573 WTS. Y1 vs. .vi 'rx 'rx H' 'K'-711-,VTX 9'7" SVA 571 f"'1'f?I3'P-I :YE ,W QQ 3.54121 kf Hug ..,---.,n. ,::3:.,..Lz1f:::::::1g1,.iaw--W ---.L'T,,-------M .A... ...... ..,.. ,,,. . ,...--- -vb - ---- - sf-- -- 4- 'jj'jf'f'T .,... ..v--f-k-'----- -"""""' Page Seventy three 2 1 ' , 17.13, xl' ,, W 2,55 1 IPV, 5 fl ' ,.- i, n:.:1 1, rL..'.i N 5, -r , X. ff- 1' W 5' , Qfx i ml l '-.Uv-4 i fill l ef . . P ,' fi 1.5125 'WEB .J T, Y ,n1'lIf4ifflQY -e ' U e e A-or-' 're r e - - as Q i H wr A -1. - f-we aiu'-+..1'w.w'x?i'1y"1j"' 'Y ,V I V I 'f7f'i4fff'7'7T V 'QQ7-QJg-'9l?fQiTr-tufn "CTM .1 'I' I X K 5 'X 1 : I X if ,. Q' "x'ff?5'F43 'pg I y X ,f 75 W' .4 fa? Q gf 5 fa " H ui XR lulhassuming chap, i fhhugi danelgil ver advancing " I Ff5k4fQ ali opinion rigs such is re- i q lired, Els a .thzinker of the first U if ll'l'4'wE w,ater,ZJ ndljmthjthe slowness v 5 and surenes they rlpgsfpqrnganent great- Q ness he izfiioviiig forvsfird. glifg works and Q14 l plays wi 3' the ame lualitie always going "il my to the fcwfrodt in is undhrtfaliings. ln gifs l his contributiodk to dlllege atlhllqtics he has g so demeaneid hljmself as to befehosen man- i ager and schdlahqcally ine hlasl always at- l tained a pace fstrtlck whln fiislt he came to M if 3 college, thefvolul ivaigknj of an unsatisfied thirst for lifnolzvledg. 'th 31 lilhcided trend .. Q towards thgflaboraforicg-X X lik is one of l those specie of humans tllbaytalcles his morn- if .gf ing exercise hanging on the? sqraps of the westhampthril car, his siestef dfaped in a .. M l careful, caleless manner over ldome ultra V E comfortabilyfirlpiece of furniture had his aft- ernoons inhaling hi favoritei lperfumes, " .U aroma de formaldehylfe and hydrogen sul- 5 phiteq D apery is essdntiallyf a d emist and l has signi. ed his intentions as to iriaking it 8 r his vocatronil, although aayetfhe has made no " Q . r great discover we feel that he is strikingly 3 similar to yesuvious, thaylay plerisive and still until one d'ay she wasnlt. j V gi He is bdoer, an accomplisher nd not a M dreamer. These qualltiesgfyxaking. gogd .. it y it wherever he?-put 1nsu.re'h1 success in the Xa s v great Afterw jrds. Fo Xxmimyears we have Cf' y i known him, and-lwe a " v y , N-'J .. Q lf A V Q55 il v eg, SP tif! K N3 SEA sa it T4 lllliflwxgrmb ' -qi ' e e A 'ZQf?.L-1 A771 :.b.,f:b:'gr3vv:vw:nrm .. . 4 r " W: lllv e E ton "Sl and lin g ,ioxw wha rec: betr XVC gal' alw lan g stan inte XYhC d isti in g Hvo and Spiol wor I 4 1 7 J nf. X 1, , gf. -fe D, s . sf 4 ' -75' " -" 3''13,:..:.tL1g43.:iTr.ZZ:t.1gT::i':iT' if n of , P -in -V e, ,.,1T'g.i1gi31L3w, ' .gs f - , y , i 75, fjn ii lg-fr i x i 3 3 i livfif ,i ,3 lligil il i 5 lass? r wi 4 flfilfl i 2 A il fish f ' f N235 5 ' s i lrwa z i i n , if l H? uf ,ag w l r 1 r if I f , O say thaxt Wfong has done well ' l ni ig! i , in collegeis inadequate. Com- Qjll 3 wal I mg to llgdll'0ITlKf.llC far distant Orient. he has adjusted him- nl if I ,-,'f,' jr l - - , ,- W., ,, .,i31,,,i':,,Ti?l+':tT'..'-....L"llL'-l'l..--"-' ' l ug i ' - self to our manners and eus- if--ffarf11als-lfs-11fr-:if-Li'--:-A-il-rf-r' rg lt I toms, and leaves us Il true anllcloyal Spider, -ee -I v. . . Av M --...n....n, i li "Sh rtx' a: 'L' x" ' a 'z h -if f ' ' 'il mi Q o I s . try nni lt E personality, CHACK KWONG WONG X 1 5 and his good natured chuclgle and spark- Canton, Chinn J lgg. ling eyes representla to his many friends his ,MMM--Hue-gm M, Q FS' jovial spirit! at all times. Those students 'gY:fli3'f'E:":1'mmt:9"" Lil sf' who frequent the Student Shop will often recall in the days to come the "parlezx'ous" sl between "Student-shop jackson" and i i l Y - 2 - l ie? ai Wong. for hoth of them had had many 5 155' l ! gay experiences in gin' "l'aree" which they i Fiji n . - - ' ' 5 ' alwavs enlored telling to each other in a ' rig sf - - '- r f A ei ,Q language wluch no one else could under- r, if -il stand, fortunately. Shorty has always heen Annnnnnt for B.A. Degree IV' 1 . --1 1 - 1 'L ' n ,. , , , . . . , X . . 5 - Hz intertsttd in tht affairs of his class, fluid Chinese Student Club' en 5 Engl' l,,i n hen the class donned the derhy for c ass n 5 I innggl IH? distinction. he czune forth one morning look- E lji . . . , . . '31 i mg like a jewish owner of a cigar stand. l ' VV . - . . - . I .. . l I AWN en! ong has found a real place in our iearts, 4 If Q and the least that we, as friends and fellow- 'g Hi Spiders. can wish for him is success in the ' 5 , . - . 1 A az, world and happiness among lus friends. - grail - 3 ,1 . rj 5 ' V Vg,,3,3,,Q,ggrgjgggzgjqf:,45lLZZ'.-.T-Tail!! l l Q l ii n X1-'ig ' 'Ali 5 ii l nit , 1 F ? s ll :gl 3 ll" i ji 1 W' lg nlaiifli 4 lr ,s-:gf QE ii.33..jl i if i isis-gl, X V ' c l ll a :fs if W ' Vis, kj "SHORTY" E 'Mi ,Q g ---1-fqery Q ,555 l - e s ' ' "J i if: Qi r A" 'i"' :fr".":'-til" rt e -. in Qivgqgjgnin .n,, - 4iE,ifs3 . "1 ,if ' ii' -J 4 M' '-.I Page Sefventy-five We 1925 Wl?Bm--,.W,-1. 1 1 4- 1 1 1 11 51 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ts 11 'ml .,., 111-l 11,1 11, 1 ." fn? ' 1. 1.11- V tlQP1'f'1 1 1 1 . x 1 , 1 1 '1 1 K,??'K,'?K'?.jLZf?'X"'g gf! j r' s 1 .. 5--1 - Y-forWM-ifiiigjjtimed V1 'l E51 11 1 1 A... rel--at--1 1 1 V 14335-H "" 'JA' i1:iI:""1iLi:iTTLZll 1 U 1 1 ': r-1i24.,lT A- -1-1' -""'e"'f - I 'Q 1' 1 1 1 11 ll? " 1 l 11 ,fi V, F9 1 1 1 lgigll l ll ll fl ,ffl -5 1 .. 5 M 1 1 11 11 11,1475 Q11 V 1 W L! Gif.-14 NV. .li 1 A: . 1,1 t'i1..,J' 1 1- 1 1 1 1 f Rf 1,111 sv 1 11 . H 1.1 1 bd 1 1 11 1 .ff N11 . 1 . 111 . ygung 1111313-N was born 111 l A 11 1 Russia 1Xdon't1,it1i?D, it was un- 1 ' K: s 1-" 1, l -. .- , "T 1 l I lll 1 44' fled the dld regirnei He came 1 2 E1 - o lhe U itedgtates and spent l , 'i'Y+59"i Qbdpt 21!dOECF57K1ga1I'i in the state 3: 2 of PennsylgahiaX3-J51ft?g'o1grad11gating from Q l 1 high schoolgfwhel e he lfearnedlmany 21 good 1f151l1 - 1 1 ', V . . . ,- ' - g, L, ,, L 1 111lj:i!iWW ,VV,, limi: hmm- -T-M-J tralt thatltgtlll 1 Wlthxll-IIII, IH 1111111.11 1 l1':Q::.g Ami' 'iL7:T'L:-gi.:if:1T:lT.'L'iZ.71t'.l, I Nexv and Subuliblg New Jer- gg 1 3 11'r"rs'sserMsrses " of 'Mm""""y F1 sey. Thereghe gliiet the World11f2fCe tO face 114342131 ..g . 1.-1" ' 1 1' 1 Q. 1 11 1-1 SIMCHA RABINOWITZ 1Q 1 1 and after se lerihlgfears of struggling, final- EFQ111 1 1133 1 11 1 Brooklyn, N. Y. Q l I 1 ly settled for1or1e1x1v-inter in the1much abused 'sggf' 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 - . ' 1 11' . 1 x1-1 1 1 lil Er-eiZ:43.:::.L:iii:TQ:.i,3T5 l11l ' hast Slde 0fl1Rl1a?1h3lt1Eff9'l Ifffljefe 15 real IPZY4 V 1 as-111--111 '-"iiiiii""i"-W7 'X-f X love of Ameriebnideals. anywhere, if free- lififtl -- - 1 1 1 . 1111 . 1 X1 .1111 . . . li... E, A . 1 1 dom IS fully? appreciated anywhere, it is in f l 1 this misrepreslihted art of1lNe'md lYork Cit '. 'QW Xf 1 1' 1 p .J 1311 l1 . 5 1.1-,lin .l ' , l There he became less Pehnsflvanian but Jill 1 1 1 l X' - 1 ' . f'w11- M I 1 1 1 perhaps m01e1 American. Afte1f1 teaching E3 and preaching for some time in1 Upstate .Q 1 1 NeW'York 1161 Went West. And llp and be- ' . 1 . 1 1111 .. 1 hold! he landbd amon Methodists in Iowa v 1 A 1' 1 X 1 I - g 1 - "WH H 1 1 . pprcant or 11.A. Degree 11 and spent l ere his fneshman ve'a1 in col- HV!" 1 1 1 1 . . 1 I 1 ' Rm Ea 1 1s.A., 1'1111ve1S11y of RlCll- 1 lege. A line state and1a fine coll ege, very .Q 1 1 "md '45 l'M'C'A' liberal andllebltural, tool.. 1 1 M ll I He spent hisgsophomore anld junior years 1 1 11 in a school t1l'1at1is nominally part1of Pres- ll M 1 byter1an 1sta1telir1ess. And then lheefound 1,511 X3 1 1 himself as alsenibr enrolledlin a Babtist in- 1 Q 5 stitution. xAnythl1ng Wrong with dliaat? No -- l l ml indeed. For so Pleased is he With the liberal MV ll l 11 X f l , by E3 1 1 1 MI' vp M111 treatment ofxeaell andjlll,-th-af he IS back 1 Kg I L 1 ' so ei""r e 1 again for anotl1er,ye'a'r's Worlgw Where will 1 xg 1 his educatlon lead him??'wSLhere next? 1 , K 1 X1 1 , A Q 1 en .11 5 1 1 M H 171 V'11. U 1 4-111 5 1 V A i QL s . 1 '11 Bmzzxfw-v-wrfwwwp Q 1 em' e 1 El Page Sefvenly-.fix fffeff ll -- ,, . 1 1tVf 11 lil 191 1,1 11 1. 151 141 1 1-1 1 11 1 1 .11 11 1 '1 1 1 1, 1 I 1 no 1.11 l . I 1 ..1 I 1 1 11:11 1 1-'P1 1 .. '1 1 11 .-.1 1 W E1 1 11 1 S ld 'li 1 1 1 . .1 . ll 11 1 'f 5 li 1? . 1 1 1 1 . lmmducirmg the junior Clqgg C ' V Y F I .j-l, i V I I 9 I Ex ,C 'S f ' """"' 0-b 31 V E' 'I Xvll.I.I.XNl NIARION CEIBSON Q l'l'1'.x'f1f1'II! 94 -'fx Q 0' Wy' Cx W. A 1"" """f'f 1- I C Q Page Seventy-sewerz 'x 5 f 1 Q, . N.. i 1, s r , I i ui? A -fx f --'54 Ed'-5553 'x': L' f-iii5,:.i1Q4,Q-,: X' 4 Hx'Lx1'L:.l,?lfj-1Q.l'M-.igfl.,Qf.:f.L.QQ, m:t.,5:::. ,..--.ff - 4: E62 ' ' ' 2 H f . M E! 5.5 5 gi jf if iQ i 1 if f pf' 1 E5 F V ?,' ifj-1 E5 V V X115 if Y LL vi if CJ Y QL Q sg 5 Q " v -f Ll 5 X5 3 Page Seventy-eight n V . ' . 4 . 4 U :tvs r f Z A x , K.-. Af ' ,qv ' "1 . . .i ft 1:,x V' fr 'Hell 51W,iJU?,1fwi g cc - QQfilii:PAA---lA----1-l4l4'-h42:L:.a i I' i - '- rg' i , """i'--'YF-'Z V. 'f::c3.f:'1rS'ii Tis - ' ' -..i'15"i. 'Y A ' iw 'MA' 'AAAAAAAA-AAAA-------'As !,, rear M I l ' ' if i J ci HA ,ggi unior ass lstor l 5 aid 1 t , , , . . . t xx as on .r ia my- ,ray in September, 1922, that xve first cast eyes upon the t that was to be endeared to us for the remainder of t 1' -K . apo EQQE I I l . , 0 lr WCS, the University of Rich- iii!-Z mont. n num ver xx e were the largest class that ever invaded the campus After ping through the r iutin' f A- V - ' fifsflff ft frm ti r. km - t o registering xxe planned to settle down to work. -vjl ie irxt wee' at mu ' 5 1 A 2 - 1 . . , . , , H N f ' ' 'ft 15 If wllcge xx as marked by many new and lasting experi- frm ences. , anv o our num mer vw- AJ '. - . . tw ,xv I, n li E tic gtxcn the equivalent of the third degree in a police Via 'll'f.l12lll1'X'1lH'1 - H "- r - 1 co 1 ll c.uRx iris ing' on t-it socket , and all of us xvere subjected to the gruel- 552, r.,y1 . , . , . xl , is xx I 'Zu sonic tom ot lat ay. Attti tht uppeiclassmen had had no little amusement at giijgl L. - s- s - . - ' , ,, ,I X v v . , . our txptnst. ant upon tonning our rat caps xxe xx ere allowed to go in peace until the ' ra gal night ot the rat banquet. i M- y . . , tiff! On tht night ot l-L-bruaiy 22, the txvo freshman classes from Richmond and NN CSUWIIIUPUHI CUllr'Ql'S Clljoyetl an excellent banquet at the Richmond Hotel. However, ' l - . , ,f l upon our return we saxv the campus teeming with ghostlikness due to the traditional ,V X Y . . . . iff., fi r custom ot stacking treshrnan rooms and scattering sheets and the like upon the campus. if! lhis xvas our croxvning achievement as Freshmen, and space forbids any further elucidation ot our activities in 1922-1923. The next'September xve returned to the University rejoicing thatkwe would have gjl the privilege of introducing the "Rats" into "Spiderdom,,' and partake of the merri- , , KN? ment on the night ot the Rat Banquet by pestering the loxvly Rat, for we were now 'Q upperclassmen. A -- To keen u x the siirit of the two sohomore classes, several social functions were ls-ff' XJ I 1 i D ...jg .. held during the year. On November 23 xve enjoyed a dellghtful hike' up the historic x, . . . . Rf James. carrvinv with us a luncheon that was enjoyed bf all. The real social of the .fi " ' h H . . xj, year was held on the same night of the "Rat Banquet. A very refreshing dinner was . l . . X! V served, giving us added strength to combat the "Rats" on their return. After some Sq difficulty xve took the girls away from their brother rats, and escorted them across the Yy lake. A hav ride iust before commencement marked the end of our achievements as .. . ' ' A r' V bophomores. Q In September last. We. the class of '26, returned to the Portals of our beloved V Q Liniversity once again to partake of the knowledge lmpilrtffd bl' our beloved liiofessorsf v f . . . . - - ' ' tor 0 " fhls year we have the distinction of being! the largest .lumor C1355 In thehn 15 Y V - , ' evements -- Q the college. It can be abtli' said also that xx e lead the other classes inrlollir 21.C 1 f f hi V . . - '. ' f , is IS a our o . .. whether it be in scholarship, athletics, dramatics or literary work ,V V - - -. ,I honor that not nianx' classes in any college can boast of. 1 f O t b It v ,. . . ' - ' arto coer. if Ihe hrst formal meeting of the class xvas held in the ear y If d leader V . . - - ' ' ' ecte as our V was a business nieetmfl. At this session VV1ll1am Gibsonf xvasiqe . 1 f tions that - , . 0 t e socia unc for the vear. At the same meeting plans xvere formuliffis r t CSS it is im , ' . .. ' soon oes 0 Pr ' V v xvould be held during the current ssesion. As the Y e tl Hi i that H -- . . - I -. .. f ug '15 Iuniors, however, su ce it to SaY vi v possible to write a composite llht0Ij 0 - 1 . d uccess . , H Q . . , , . qt Suqcegqful year and that progress an s V V, indications point that xve will have a mo. - r I . l '. I I ' I I' V xxrll be thc final result. AUBREY R. CARTER, ,222 MLA- A A A ' sf' H A-A-Af-ff'"ff"'7""i' rv: . ,Wit t if AAA- A- A A - T1-Q.,--t,.vA.v-sg fr1'ffffY2f42'1'W"EWff1tfRi':QfgrfxA1:iWMSWAgX0l5W5S-Aga FFS. TX 'V-K 771 ,jf If ,f,3,,.fffA 'Q,g.:..':v'l'-"19'f"3 "'"m'Eff,,,,Q.-....:-A-13---g:,:'::L.-L1--4 AAAW Af W .LIL ff ' .V 4 - - ' .44-g' fy, rf' , k,,,A' ',.- AVN- - 1' "', HU, .. --jeg'3jjj'jg1-L.....---f-'-"""" , A! A! AJ ' I ii ' 'A A ' ' ' "" ' "M Page Seflfwlfy-711718 Page Eighty LOUlS C. ADDINGTON "Annie" Coeburn, Va. B. A. Course Phi Gamma Delta. ROBERT R. ALLEN "BoB,' King and Queen Court House, Va. B. J. Cnzzrxe. Class Basketball, Y. KI. C. A., Tide- water Club. CHARLIE P. ANDERSON "CHARLIE" News Ferry, Va. Philologian Literary Society, Censor, '23, Chaplain, '23 , Y. M. C. A., Minis- terial Association, C. T. S. Club. HOVVARD L. ARTHUR KCHAL!! Roanoke, Va. Varsity Track '23, Philologian Literary Society, Declamation Medal, '23, ,245 Y. M. C. A, Ministerial Association, C. T. S. Club, Varsity Club. Q ,I , F ' 52 Phi eilg '27, YR 1. li. .l. Y. Rl Club. lm. .N ALVIN J. BABCOCK VVILLIAM C. BENTLEY "B..xB" Chase City, Ya. - B. S. Coursr flizzsilzess f1IflllilIi5fl'Ufi0llj Phi Kappa Sigmag lntcrfratcrnity Coun- cilg Class Basketball, '22, Track Squad, '22g Spider Staff, '24, German Club, Y. XI. C. A. Cabinet. HUMPHREY R. BIQNNICTT "BisNNui" Ringgold, Va. B. J. Course' Y. M. C. A., Chatham Training School Club. CKBILLYY Richmond, Va. B. S. Course JAMES A. BGYD HJIMY, Chester, Va. IJI'E'M6d. Course '.'x, ' Page Eighty-one R. FULLER BRISTOW HBRISH Stormont, Va. B. fl. Course Inter-class Basketball, Freshman Basket- ball, Blu Sigma Rho Literary Society, Tidewater Club, Y. Rl. C. A. AUBREY R. CARTER HSPEEDYH Dry Fork, Va. B. S. Course fflledicinej Lambda Chi Alphag Varsity Track Squad, '22, Collegian Staff, '23, His- torian Junior Classy C. T. S. Club. Pagr Eiglly-Ifwo ARTHUR C. CHANDLER HDOCY7 Palls Mills, Va. B. S. Course Ulledicinej President Bluefield Club. S. WARREN CHAPPELL HCHAPIEH Richmond, Va. B. S. Course CBusiness Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha, Spider Staff, Assistant Editor, '25, Staff Artist '23, '24, Art Club. JESSE L. CHARLTQN "CHARLIE" Dellwyn, Va. B. il. Course Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, Secre- tary, '24, Best Declaimer's Medal, '24, C. PARKER CHEATWOOD HAL!! Richmond, Va. B. A. Course Sigma Phi Epsilon, John Marshall Clubg Riu Sigma Rho Literary Society, Honor Roll, '22, '23. .NIERCER O. CLARK UPARSONH llloseley, Va. B.A. Course , , Alpha Delta, President,, '25, President Freshman, '15, lllasonic Club, Chap- lain, '25. PETER H. CLEMENT3 KKPETE7! Stancell, N. C. B. A. Course Ministerial Association, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Societyg Southwestern Success- ful Salesmen's Club. Page Ezghty three l ... Y, I . 1 .Vi-1' 21 , 1 , -.:'is, ir., i A-f ,v. ,.-. 1 .Ii ',f'r 1 ,. Ps. il rl g., 4 k . 1 i fin lr it HQ lx' if E 1 . , W' 'Y 'Z I ' .7 T3 '. 'iAl,.lE' 'I ., :,.v-A N--- sf - -- A Y -':"::::::,i': I - " Q -- :1'::L'L::7.':1ig:i:.T'::.t1T 75-17112 - V J .'f',liiiri'i.L L. M .j 'ill ' .V W' r '1lZ:'k.13.hf-KLSTS-iL"5Ai-" 'J-i4'1f-3f?3ff3l:FgQ':Eifl:?-1 " 'mllii-4--A-',","o 'Ki' , 2 ---v ,' -f----Y' .riill i -- llfvil 1 iN 1 51 :fl A ,m.Wmm aug 1 k. it Q F13 s.!j,"', 315,95 11,35 sm, I V I " I' E'f"F.Q 5 Ui it e Q .tfl 5 iff V l liaiiii, :.,l 1R?' ,g ipfj l -- E i P' 2 1 ,452 by ifi fi . '1 , 1 A , L 2 v,iZ,w. 1 l Q Z llifrlfl i l ., ' ' l.1.,5I 5' i . . 5 ,,.-, I Q 'Q A K " pa: Ly. , Uxgl H' liif v g il," ' W 11 ul' 4 U 1j',g1fA1 1 N I . 1, 7 .. IM i dl Y ' ff, 5 ii 24 : -2 , ,az Q Il 'ffl -4-'V , 3 j Q, ,, I uf.. ' "4-f, ,ppl Hifi Hx: '36, il ' l ',Qf,f5 'gfrgl V, 53 5 F2171 i me . Q i lb nf. li in , V: 55:12 Q' il? 2 illffi, " ' 1,21 t? li E53 ASHBY M. CooK READE W. CORR gl H ,, ICR W n lf? l . - 'i,g:'j!,,, I V' 1 - v i ,b.3."iC fl .ji VVashmgton, Va. Roanes, Va. i sf, lffl B.A.C0wwe E B.S.CbuNe ,QQ l Kappa Sigma, Varsity Baseball, '23, Philologian Literary Society, Cross ET '24, Varsity Club, Senator-at-Large, Country, '22, Tidewater Club, Y. lVI. 5 '24, '25, Y. RT. C. A., Ministerial As- C. A. gf I liQ22 sodatknm ' 2 ,pb 1 lf?-if l 'P' Stiff' 2 FAQ illfiff ,fQ, R AYLETT'CREATT1 by li I' RED B' CURR "SCRAP" 4 I b , sc xx iv 1, lE3i RLIDADD:f Paces lfa. ,gf 1 oanes a. . . . . fix, l B Q C B . l Ad ' ' . B. S. Course fBuszness Admznzstratzonj lfffjf, l ..t. ours? uszness u mznzstratzonj Lambda Chi Alpha? Varsity Baseball, 'fqgg' 1 . ' ! - '. E fi 'I E Q ligllsloglan Lltefafb' SQCICW, Tldewater 23, '24, Varsity Club, Chatham Tram- 3 L U , CFOSS COUWCYY, 22: Y- M- C- A- mg School Club, Southwestern Virginia lF3L CHub. ggi l E -- l 5 N" 1 s E , l sul 234 i 3 E55 . V ,,, 1 - x hh- i E fi Q-:gf NM I 15 -.W .,.,-"'f,,,,,,'.,,1i"'mg7- 5 H----M ---. ...-.,..,--.,-....,,,-,,,A ,,M,,,, ,,,, , Q Ski Q lr 1 , ?i4T'f ffiff simysrzwgraf-w af 1-mn mg i-.i an fwga.:,:irg',i?QH L ff f - ' - 2 'f:,-'--A---+V f-H--.-.-.-.L..l,'ggi"1igj,L 'L-ir:-Iijifiiiiggigsr,zt,i:y:.f.Q'fxi3,,gx,,gwi:,.miLg1st,,zgf Page Eighty-four ww M .Wai l J r ,4 , , is I, JP5 ,K , W., lt., Vw 3. l 3: I if 1 Us i F We itwy l':.i'l',fl .-. J' 'l , ,i 7155, 'Ml iii? El-'Fl ,i.-l 5,5 5 si" 1 ,ini , if 1 pi- 'SW' ,443 1, ,E vii FP! E221 llfff Wil llfla il V, ue, ,Vit llfi lbs 3235 ical lfiju AX' 1 ,l P' ' ,I v. 1 li' l , . lb, lil? ,. 4 as '3- llV'f:"'l .42 cbf ALJ' a- I "TfN,1ilY1 ffvnr: 5 .lg-, alnjgl qi, PI W H Q- V, -A k W ' 'xr A Y - .Y -"B',f..v'C"Y.fg. V M f, ,fr L -ff A 5 fr, . j Q vf-'jaw-5 --rv -...--...-,.,., A' " iFL"F7-fn.,-7 V --- W, L ,, x, . .. , l SAMUEL A. CREATH HSAM!! Paces, Va. B A C . . ourse Lambda Chi Alpha, Varsity Baseball, '23, '24, Football Squad, '22, Varsity Club, Junior Basketball Team, Senator Sophomore Class, Chatham Training School Club, Y. M. C. A., Piedmont Club. WARREN F. CUTHRIELL "WARREN" Portsmouth, Va. B. A. Course Phi Alpha Zeta, lVIu Sigma Rho Liter- ary Society, Hall Manager, '22, Chap- lain, '23, Secretary, '23, Hall Debater, '24, Vice-President, '24, Intersociety Debate, '24, Secretary Freshman Class, Associate Editor lllessenger, '23, Minis- terial Association, Treasurer, '24, -Y. M. C. A., Secretary, '24, Fork Union Club, Secretary, '24. JOHN M. DAVENPORT "PooTNEY" Richmond, Va. B. A. Course Phi Delta Omega. C. WINGFIELD DAVIS HDICK!! Richmond, Va. B. S. Course Cliusiness Aalministrationj Theta Chi, Varsity Track Squad, '22 Treasurer Student Government, '24 Inter-Fraternity Council. Page Ezglzty fi V vm 4, '1'1'k'r'Is.QvIx'vTxj:':"a..T'f'f.'f., 1,j"'. A .1JA.l24.l2L7f4.:f'f' 'ran-:t"':,:g'.z'44. 1. 1-,',:, Lf' 'Y f LEWYN C. DAVIS "LEW" Cumberland, hid. B. fl. Course Freshman Track Squad, '23, Varsity Track Squad, '23, Dramatic Club, Treasurer Freshman Class, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, Glee Club, Class Quartette, '22, '23, '24, Spider Band, '22, '23, '24, Maryland Club, Y. M. C. A., Debating and Forensic Council, '24. WILLIAM B. DENSON "SUNSHINE" Woodford, Va. B..1. Course Philologian Literary Society, Ministeri- al Association, Caroline County Club, Y. NI. C. A., Tidewater Club. P zge Eighty .fix CLAUDE W. DUKE JR. ffc. W." Tampa, Fla. B. S. in Medicine ADDISON M. DUVAL "DUvY" Rhoadesville, Va. Pre-.711 edical C 0 urse Pi Kappa Alpha, Class Basketball, '19, '21, '24, Class Baseball, '20, '21, Man- ager, '20, Mu Sigma Rho Literary So- ciety, Pre-med Club, Y. M. C. A.' 7 Piedmont Club, Cotillion Club, '19, '21, Inter-fraternity Council, '20, '21' Honor Roll, Track Team, '21, '21. ! A. JUDSON EVANS, JR. if-IUDH Westhampton, Va. B. Al. Course Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Upsilon, Kappa Sigma, President Omicron Delta Kappa, Feature Editor Collegian. ALPHA M. FINCH HABEH Java, Va. B. A. Course Philologian Literary Society, Ministeri- al Association, Y. M. C. A., Fork Union Club. WILLIE B. FITZGERALD KCFITZYY Montebello, Va. B. JI. Course I Philologian Literary Society, Sergeant- at-Arms '22, '23, Hall Manager '23, '24, Secretary '24, '25, Soccer Football Squad, '23, '24, Ministerial Association, Assistant Treasurer '23, '24, Y. C. ' A., Member of Cabinet '24, '25, Fork Union Club. HARTZEL F. FRAZIER HFRAZIEH Jane Lew, W. Va. B. 11. Course Chairman Baptist Student Conference, Y. M. C. A., Ministerial Association, Philologian' Literary Society. Page Eighty-.feiven l 1 V 1. TAYLOR FRAZIER IVIIALEH Bluefield, W. Va. B. S. Course fBusiness fldministrationj Pi Kappa Alphag Inter-fraternity Coun- cil '2-I-5 Senator Freshman Classg Vice- President Junior Classy German Clubg Cherry Clubg Southwest Virginia Club. XV. ROLAND GALVIN "CI-1UNKY" Richmond, Va. B. S. Course . Phi Delta Om:-:gag Varsity Football Squad '22g hflanager Basketball '24-'ZSQ Vice-President Sophomore Classy Treas- urer Junior Classg Circulation Manager Collegian '22-'23g Laboratory Instructor Physics '23-'24g John Rlarshall Club. WILLIAM M. GIBSON HBILLH Baltimore, Md. B. A. Course Lambda Chi Alphag Varsity Footballg President Junior Classg Collegian Staffg Maryland Clubg College Orchestra. JAMES P. GLENN HJIMMIEH High Point, N. C. B. S. Course fBusiness Afzhninistrationj Phi Delta Omega Page Ezglziy nigh! ' lil., he : , lv, ,MA ,Ji L , ,ffl 1- fe if Q Z . E . ,,. ,. 3,56 Egg . 1,1 E J 'lil .dp -xi W . ,wiped . LX' ,, .. , ' f a .NW 4 A , MTS ., ,V M ' as 5 2 f gil jj Q , kijyippx S, f----"""""'f' Q1Q......-, ,... -... ,., , '. Q- 7 " ' ' - fl ,ll f ,f'Z"4:1,.-':asr1,'1v'f xl? , L 'ijfi "k' ' ,rmggzlqjz-51.1 Vi ,Y ,Q bqwr V AA..q A A hbryyybr V mm 5922+ ee- , . 'L 3,-t, .,A. fi"ff " lfflll ii Lfiieilf ffirepfll Eg ni' g. V ig-wg E1 ixzggg LQ if H 5 ga iff t l ,ply l W ,, "'fft'l E4 if v ist? Q 3 iii 5 if.-t-.Li ' Lillie' -- V g wi, Y we Ulrgll .. - 535-:' Q 'v JESSE C. GREEN VIRGIL H. GOODE 5 "JESS" "IoD1NE" v Q gifvs CFCWC, lf 21. Henry, Va. " B. fl. Course B. AI. Course . . A . V . iw "', :gf Q Assistant Rflanager Track '2-lg Nlu Sig- Lambda Chi Alphag Varsity Football 9 ma Rho Literary Societyg Hall Man- Squad '23g Varsity Football '24-3 Varsity ager '24, Sergeantat-Arms '24, Track '24g Varsity Baseball Squad '24g Member South Atlantic Indoor Cham- " ionshi Relay Team '24 5 Freshman 1543 fi' v P 9 . , S fi l .. Championship Track 235 College greg V NORVELL R. GREEN Championship Track '23g Chatham Vi HGREENYH Traing1lgbSchool Clubg Southwest Vir- " , , . gmia u . 3535345 Richardsville, Va. B. 44. Course . . Assistant Business Nlanager Messenger N '25g Senator-at-Large '25g Philologian ILLMER HARE, JR- .. Literary Societv, Secretaryg Hall Debat- "CURLY" . . ' . . . - - ' 'L-U Y T erg Criticg lNI1mster1al ASSOCl3tlOHQ Richmond, Va. v Chatham Training School Clubg Y. M. A fly' 5 .V C A B. A.Cou1se may ' ' ici b- S 'd B d WW! U John Marshal u , p1 er an . if ' i'.,X,-f - V Wil U f-ijife 5 vt fliifl Jefffalffi.ef121'ffefff,ffefigiff-f'f' ' ' M v--e Page Eighty-nine Page Ninety JOE o. HART KGJOEH U nion Level, Va. B. 14. Course Bluefield Clubg Nlu Sigma Rho Literary Societyg Y. M. C. A. GUY D. HICKS "HAPPY" South Boston, Va. B. S. Course Ulledicinej Phi Delta Omegag Annual Representa- tive Freshman Classg Freshman Foot- ball. C. EARLE HOS HALL "Hos1-1" Baltimore, Md. I B. A. Course Sigma Phi Epsilong Captain Rat Basket- ballg Varsity Basketball Squad '24-3 Cross Country Team '22, '23g Soccer Team '24-3 Varsity Track '23, '24-5 Tennis Team '24g Tennis Team '245 Manager Tennis Team '25g Runner Up Tennis Team Champion- ship '24g Assistant Manager Football '24g Nlinisterial Associationg Fork Un- ion Clubg Maryland Clubg Y. M. C. A.g Mu Sigma Rho Literary Societyg Rat Band '23g Spider Bandg Glee Clubg Rat Quartette '23. ' LESLIE L. JONES . ' CKLESH Westhampton, Va. B. S. Course fBusiness Administrationj Phi Delta Qmegag Sigma Upsilon. 'NX . X X 244 5 3? , He 1l 'il' " l. xy' Sn .' QL it 1. Q avg .-. at ,fs 4. 65' .U ,. 157 I-iii ,. . H3 fi Q git! 1 2 fer M -1 .. X 1., if 'QS 'Ziff' INV. P24 ,JY tv! ia E1 2. . 2 If J.,- :J s uv' M 4h --..w 'i ,Lf wr r., ...qi . YZ! . .N I kwv-2 i WILLIAM S. JONES CYRUS H. LANSDELL HSPIDERH "Doc" Nassawadox, Va. Bluefield, W. Va. B. 14. Course Bluefield Club. B. A. Course Lambda Chi Alphag First Assistant Nlanager Football '233 Manager Foot- ball '24g Eastern Shore Clubg Y. M. C. A. ROBERT E. T. LEWIS "SK1NNY" Hampton, Va. CECIL E. KITE B. A. Course HPARSONH Pi Kappa Alphag Collegian Staff '23g .Sfanlew Va- Tidewater Club. . B. ff. Course Phi Delta Omegag President Freshman Classg Philologian Literary Society, Glee Clubg President Glee Club '24S Chatham Training School Clubg Y. M- C. A. Page Ninety-one l i 1 i-,H . I 5 I El ,'- m ce. T, J, 'f wx . 29", .A " ,gf ,. . ff-M' . .im ll 1 5 , , ,,,, A M .. 44. ,v n..im I .gift , U, 33,5-,...n -A tx. I u f 'jf e " ' 41g4f':' 4 si ' e f f' v,v..g,Ll N' the ,L , .. 5 we -we Q ,zijfezf ' 'A-fin l L fr' .Q ' 'sa i i'iZ..:, ., - r-Mez.. . if .Ji 141, V li. ' fi" li. 'l . 'L M, 11 . ' 1 ,S I . i. . H -i fff Ltr. V. if .,,, es ,ji fa! - f i,, Q L . 'QVU' l ' 2 ,f"2?f-i ' l Zlgifi I , 'A T J. NIARK LUTZ CLAUDE B. MARTIN - UTANKH HC. B." Richmond, Va. Martinsville, Va. l 2 154 V B. 11. Course B. 11. Course 2 . . - . . . . . 'Qing 1 Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Upsilong lVIin1ster1al Association, Y. M. C. A., H595 tl" ' . - - . . . Jkflli P1 Kappa Alpha, Vice-President Stu- Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, Blue- jflji dent Government '24-'25, Editor-in- Held Club, Chief The Richmond Collegian '23-'24g Assistant Editor-in-Chief Spider '24, J Vice-President John Marshall Club, iw- f Writers' Club, Philologian Literary so- JULIAN D. MARTIN ,QS cietyg Anglo-Saxon Club, President HJULIANH 533.15 Sherry Club, Secretary Omicron Delta Florence, S. C. HD 3- gg. . Q' p B. fl. Course I MEYER MA Tri Phi, coiiegian staff. lfffi 5.1 l HANEY uhqfxcn tw Clifton Forge, Va. mi B. A. Course Tri Phi, Varsity Football '22, Fresh- man Baseball ,235 Assistant lVlanager p, , Basketball '24, Second Assistant Man- ager Basketball '23, Scenic Director Dramatic Club ,245 lVIinisterial Asso- lg? ciationg Southwest Virginia Club, Y, :Sag M. c. A. 3 iii . J rg l V -QT f"5?7"?.E5'75'l'?'5V'?eTt'?fiH7Ei?f? 537T3f3'fF f .??f 53-EE T -T?25i'?F?33iE75-3E?QTT7f'TiuffSITT-.rf l wg ge ,ggrfgggj-5 ll Page Ninety-me-0 WMM--mam-M MF -mv-'M'-Mal .-f Lp- -' " rr' -ff i 'Ei-,f'i.LA ill. :Rl ity? Us Er eel Elf Eli yi -., WX' V. 542 Q53 Eli Eli ,ll . iv if E lill .mai tsl M Eh!! wg Qi R . i l i l, auf ,api l vi E23 ers i ll I lil' ll ll lil H 'QT 3 . i XVILIJAKI C. NIcCORKI.li "KI,-xc" johnson City. Tenn. B. S. C0lll'.fl' fIfl1NlIll'5'.N' Il11lIlllll.Tfl'IIfl0lIj Phi Gamma Delta g Varsity Football '22, '23, '2-lg Varsity 'llrack Squad '23g Freshman 'lirack Squad: Varsity Club: Y. M. C. .-X. CHARLES IJ. MUORIC ulDlN'l'YH Richmond, Ya. B. S. Courye Rat Bandg University Band: Collegian Staffg Y. KI. C. A. XVI LLIAM R. MOORE KKBILLY! Churehview, Va. B. S. Course fBusiness Alflnzinistrationj Tri Phig Tidewater Clubg Y. M. C. A.g Southwestern Successful Salesmen's Club. VVALKER H. NEWCOMB "DUCKY" Clifton Forge, Va. B. J. Course -. Cross Country '22g Football Squad ,235 Y. M. C. A. Page Ninety-three SIGIVIUND NEWMAN "SIG" Richmond, Va. B. fl. Course RICHARD NICHOLLS "B1LL', Newport News, Va. B. S. Course Ulledicinej Kappa Sigma, Freshman Track Squad '23, Spider Band, Y. M. C. A. Page Ninety-four WILLIAM E. NORMAN "BILL" lVIirror Lake, B. C., Canada B. S. Course Canada Club, Manager Southwestern Successful Salesmen's Club. GEORGE E. PANKEY "GEORGE" Charlotte C. H., Va. Alpha Delta, Philologian Literary So- ciety, Y. M. C. A., Southwestern Suc- cessful Salesmen's Club, Student Volun- teer Band. TH f or it uf IJ .6 3 W 1.33.3 "f3'h"2"2"2C.4f ef f-ff - P - - YAYAXA Xxx -:ii-ii 'N i7 A 'i J' Y' 'mid' "i'f"'? -fF12'-'1- '::. -A 11 1 ' 4 QAQXI. M V W . ..l.-"L n..fx..n 1' A., -,5AA.1l,,Lv KJHJ. film 8 l, , .,. .' L I 1, Q,,,1,, Ffh 33-7hf.,MA - . .'...aie".s.:r-.-:.:w,2-' H -- 1 1 J' I ,,., U1 , ,A 7 X CLYDE N. PARKICR "PARK" XVesthampton, Ya. B J. Course' Phi Alpha Zetag Philologian Literary Societyg Parlimentary Critic '23, '24-3 Ministerial Associationg Y. NI. C. A. ROLAND VV. PAYNIC "R. W." Richmond, Va. Theta Chig Annual Representative Jun- ior Classy john Marshall Clubg Y. M. OTTO W. PEBWORTH HPEBH Norfolk, Va. ' I B. fl. Course Nlinisterial Associationg Glee Clubg C. T. S. Clubg Y. M. C. A. CABEL-L B. H. PHILLIPS "CAP1f1E" Richmond, Va. B. S. Course fBusiness ffdministrationj Kappa Alphag President Dramatic Clubg .Treasurer German Clubg Vigilance Committeeg Harlequin Club. lf? . , viii , 31353 5 Y 13.1 QV--1 1 vi viii. ihhsi ,".,J . K., ig? Q . ,Q ifdl s rv X . S-A iv 'ig W' Exon if ir W xv ,,, .h ET PE? H rv i 3: l V i ... l lv' 1 ., K. I1 V 2 .. Eixrfl 5 ii, Qt? fe - 1 f 4 i l l gig If iff, 1 V 'C M, . Q.: Y X. 353 ru iw any li xv- . f I -. i' l f i W I .im z--f .... . 1 :Mil l'.1 ' in ll., l +-+-...NWN , , . 3 ' ' gwggg ' i..A'f i33Q3fE7'-:"r1'.+fzii-rfiuf.ff'1'2+i'Tlfi?"ffl - e he ' P -f. 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I , . gl .fi W if ,li 1' l ' pl 1 V . if I ' ii. i I liz ' l QQ, if 1 iv I I QW? 1 ' .fii I " l N , e xi, , , in li I it P3 ' . 1 iv g I I l ' A-'S :J Hfa' IX ll " Hffil lvl? , ,, y LUCIAN L. POWELI, MASSIE L. RAGLAND L .y El HLUCHEH ULEEH if-All I SL f' f . - - 'E g. 'Q Chmcoteaque, Va. Wingina, Va.. I I 1- 3- 17- COINS? B. A. Course I gl., B ,wi If. . . . . I l . , l mf H " lgiglii Rhnisterial Association, Y. IW. C. A. Vlcfypresldent Y. M. C. A.. vvlce, 1 it Tm if President C. T. S. Clubg Vice-President ga, ll' Mu Will Ministerial Associationg Chaplain Phili- i A I f X logian Literary Society. 4 - FRANCIS D. PULLEN, JR. 1 Q "WooDENHoRsE" C 1 Baltimore, Md. 5' jg , ig, , CALVIN H. ROBINSON .qi l A. Vg B. J. Course HB U V923 gi . i OB .. T l' gk' IVIaryland Club. lv wi. Qnancock, Va. 1 0 li sl B , I A I B. A. Course KVI? EY Joh' Sigma Phi Epsilong Assistant Manager :M Baseball '25g Associate Editor Messen- C, ll T 115' '. , , . I J ' v af' gerg Correspondent Collegiang Inter- F ' , collegiate Debaterg Secretary Debating ffm K and Forensic Councilg Secretary Junior l ' ilgf. Classy "The Teasersng Tennis Ladderg l L, l ff life? Philologian Literary Society, Secretaryg -- y Literary Criticg Inter-society Debaterg J ll' I Ministerial Association. X V fy ' ' -' Q , 2642 . i A 'if I - it Q IEESI- ---L .-.L I W1 . ? ' wpwy-vm v:wwmr:Sw:1.f72fQ'Ifg ,,-1.-,T af, - ,Y-W' g f g A -:A-ef--at ef-N---I 'Q I. 1 4 If -f.i..1'3-54. T11 '-'N'w'-- 'W' "' "' 'W " J W f ' - "WT ki. Hii.. ,wg MQI .'?- '- M- . Page Nineiy-.fix ' I l Tililiiikgxdns qtgj 1:7 1.7 L A. QA 'YEA ' 2 12 va I Ii I I 1 1 I ae f-g 2 ', I Ig? iff? . - 1 -f . ...W C- 1 .,. 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Course ,K Tau Kappa Alpha, John Marshall Assistant Business Manager Messenger Club, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, '24, Business Manager '25, Treasurer 4' Jil English Assistant, Inter-collegiate De- Sophomore Class, Senator Junior Class, hater, Nlercer and Lynchburg Debates, Rat Quartette ,235 Spider Quartette ' , l Debating and Forensic Council' Honor '24' Director Rat Band ,23' Director l. - , 1 l l Roll. Spider Band '24, '25, Glee Club, Mary- land Club, President '24, ,255 Mu Sig- 15 53223 ma Rho Literary Society. ' VUE . R. RALPljI SYVANSON I i PoP ,ggi Cumberland, Md. B- L- SYKES, JR- S.. Course KBIISDIESS Adnzinistrationl Gal- Sl1lrC'N C 1 '15 Q Varsity frack Squad '23, Manager Jun- y g' ' ' ior Basketball, Rat Band '23, Spider Pre-Med. Course Band '24, '25, llflaryland Club. Tar Heel Club. 22. lu ,Ml Mi Wf5,,fl TSJSQQ1 'lle :,a:fQ1:gs,gf xg: s'.' :sq ,"' E'-0 2. -"-- .. -f fy R- -- 2 E--. - M-as i Pagr Ninfty-rigllt 5 U N .. ,. .- -v U lg 5 Q 3 QL n . l -3 I? ll S .- Q . I H 5 ' l Vo- E4 S -4 .4 .4 'n Q! 9. l-4. 1? All ,ll 5 X . z-l l, tal Ml 4 JOHN U. TATUM WILLIAM R. VAIDEN "CHERRY" "SocRATEs,' Richmond, Va. B. A. Course Pi Kappa Alpha, Varsity Track l23, '24, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Clubg Collegian Staff, Interfraternity Council, Cherry Club, John Marshall Club. - LLOYD H. UPP USHIEKH Fletcher, Ohio B. S. Course fBusiness Administrationul Phi Delta Omega, Y. M. C. A., John Marshall Club. Baltimore, Md. B. Al. Course 1 Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society. MEYER VITSKY KKVITSF, Richmond, Va. B. S. Course Cflledicinej 7 Y arsity Clubg John Marshall Ether Club, Y. M. C. A. Club: l l Page Ninety-nine i ltd' fra u I 1 l l 1 E! l i N ,. .a 1 i i 1 r in i i n V?--.Mu-, ?Xgi?5E-Em,.,g,,5,t..g.,a.gLz-.gf-.ag-:c, 'Q -y?:-:f,5,f-T!:fi'2::F'."':f:'i'9i1'i-- -- ---WM--We-Q-""'s' t gm l V- Ms il! il Y, a ? t sf 'gui g -4 A 2 fi 5,11 ' A 14 l as ltd' X I xg few vi I1 F N ii rig Q53 fi l ' Y' ' KENNQN C. WALDEN G. CARY WHITE E i P iiKEN,, HTHE TRIBUNE!! iv Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. it E? B. S. Course Q B. ffl. Course i ' Phi Kappa Sigmag Varsity Baseball ,233 Managing Editor Collegiang Assistant - V ' R ' RQ Varsity Clubg President Sophomore Editor Spiderg Mu' Sigma Rho Literary R. ig 3 ' Class: John Nlafshall Club? Y- NI- Societyg Secretary John lllarshall Club - C. A. . '23g Intercollegiate Debate Lynchburg. R N 55 R HARRY M. WALDRON l it HWALLYH THEODORlZiXQI+0X3iHITFIELD if R H Thaxtonw Va- Richmond, Va. B. fl. Cours B. A. C . i - Q Football Sqtiiadg Treasurer Mu Sigma muse V L i, Rho Literary Societyg Spider Bandg E gg' Aelllglinisterial Associationg E 5 'or mon u . y ra E 4 xf 4 r Mc R Vi R Ed, N , Q1-11QQ'i?E"5 i - Page One-Hundred i Q r I 1 i 1 l I l l E 1 i 8 i e l ? Y L ee or fU1e1925 : : : 0 u Y : ' iv, a 0 In QIQK .K 4 1 Q erik. 'Sl' Wu ' 1451, Vik wg W1 .BA ,'V'm.,-M , e omg.-. . , . e,-...,..m N1 P rw w 4 , ti. V N r 1 1 . I V n r ,,, 1 , . jfs V GoRDoN A. WILKINS N HWIKQQ V L N A , Monroe Hall, Va. v 3 Y B. A. Course V D Philologian Literary Society. v l r QW .. i K-5 Y fr Q .. e cj X g- lk ,L kiAh- AW lr I V ,J A kd Q O x F Y I .. , I X r v l 4- W I I ' 5 if ff X ' ff A PAPA wfmfs Tmxr E Q W J f y I mednmcv vgLN:g4:T Q5 E A XQQXXXX , HQw:1f'gxgvl'r H e r P4 , e ,E K 6-THATED ll . as Tnuu r ' r e v J I 3::x2u.lA. fb! 440111, ' weuwgguess H ,W r Zfgfi' 1- 'ff ' vm. 9, E'QI,f2'sT. J J in! -. 1 A V lx fb- 'Lia ,...fa:.m2s.. N jf -' D35 K f 3235 r f 3 ff s Q '4 f W1 l V N Q Hur I f ' X ' Xfffewjf-Xi ' A '24 ' e r , - e e - We N, or oooero e..--rr-.-r..,..-,..r,,-Mwe.M,,--.,,, Q9 Page One Hundred One .. in-.v-vw -f., -, ,, ,- .,,.- ... ' ,f .K -ffra.,-1-.i, ,-A34 'rf4,f1h.'. --Q, A.g.7J,,x,-. - W . -, J,-., , --wr . .Pj , Eff", ,T :YI ., 4 ,f . 1:-' 'H Page One Hundred Taco f Introducing the Sophomore Class i-in 1 g Y ,rn 0.5 .I L BASIL COLEMAN MINTER . I ' eg H President we o ll' Page One Hund f1f A A 12 lQ fel - arfrirf..-fr-.-W-n'. g .11-wwfgsvar -' :I f :J- I Sophomore Class Qffieers SOPHOMORE YEAR , , , . BASIL COLEMAN NIINTER President . Vice-President . . C'HARLES GRANDESON PEARSON Secretary . . WILLIIAM EDWARD SLAUGHTER Treasurer . MONCURE PERKINS PATTESON Historiarz . . FRANCIS NICHOLSON TAYLOR Student Senate . . . GEORGE BLAIR FERGUSON Annual Representative . MORTON PANNILL ADKERSON FRESHMAN YEAR President . ...... GEORGE, BLAIR FERGUSON' Vice-President . ALFRED MAGRUDER DILLARD Secretary . . ROBERT BENJAMIN CHEATHAM Treasurer . . ALVAH BRANTLEY BLOXO-M Historian . . FRANCIS NICHO'LSON TAYLOR Student Senate . . . BASIL COLEMAN MINTER Annual Representative . FRANKLYN REIDE ONLEY Sophomore Class History Let us pause and look backward over the silent track of the yearsg let us brush aside the dust of a few months and Once more we will find ourselves on the threshold of college, a suitcase in one hand, a high school diploma in the Other, and with an innocent confidence in the great future ahead of us. It was a great experience, we say to ourselves and we must have been green, we are forced to admit, although a glance at the present new arrivals often causes us with a r-ueful thought to doubt if we ever were so fresh. - Which of us will ever forget that first night or the following day? How many poor freshman backs ached from overwork on the trunklineg how many purses were emptied for proffered bubbles? VVe were no exception to the usual mob of freshmen that clamors at the portals of our college with the beginning of each year and many eww- f . - I O. , pag e , ee ,S eff e. K qI' irf lf Page One Hundred Four 9 .- ,xg 3 V, t 5 -n fe E 5 F u or a o I I-4 g. F IO an ri t vu ou H 1 I on an 4 ,Q T C wisziz 1-122-1Z4r'lZ2r'9Zzc'v'.A534ruE..Qp1n,fr,5fiiiijf,jfi'ff"f-'-v-'M?2'g3:'p::::.:4 e1f:::x1Q:x2-s-f---1-s--f-I--'f:L::tig:rAm--we - 4 - if C 1 ..!': '?"'?f5'?"f" .. wm- . W. .'--w-TAT' , , """"""" "W """ ""'-'-"-'-""?"--'--f-v'----1-S-sv'-fr--1-ar.: .2 ' were.the hearts that thought. of home that first week and the kindly mails bore many a YV1'1ttCH sigh and hidden disappointment away from Spiderdom and its sophomores. But WC lffarnfgd--gradually, some of us took the corn shucks from our pockets, others laid aside the erstwhile suits of red underwear, and by degrees we considered .ourselves quite worthy of-the institution, a consideration which many are yet dubious about conferring on certaln members of our clan. V . With the opening of the second term we found ourselves in a somewhat system- atrzed organization. President Ferguson was seen in close conference with certain gifted members of our class and the visible result was the annual Rat Banquet, which was held at the Jefferson Hotel and that marked the climax of our first year at college. The remaining days of the term fiewi by like so many memories, allowing of course for thle Fnwonted pleasure of inevitable exams which is the nightmare of every embryo sc o ar. At last, like the sun after the storm, Commencement came to drive away the final traces of the class room and to turn us out into the four corners of the earth where we in some small part put into practice that little. that we had learned during the short term of our initial stay on the campus. Some of us continued our search after knowledge, others sought the much needed relaxation, while still others pried into the mysteries of commerce. However, the coming of fall found the most of us who had sallied forth with such an overabundant amount of zeal, only too eager to return. Organization of the year before placed us in a good position to take care of the new class, and great was the delight of the doughty sophomores in visiting revenge on the rats for the mischief that they had suffered for the year before. The ban on hazing which the student body had put into effect at the close of our freshman year hampered somewhat the mode of the sophomore discipline, but pursuing our new policies with a dogged interest our class soon found that the same result could be obtained without the inconsiderate treatment that had been the lot of the freshmen heretofore. The new rules caused quite a change in the freshman initiation. Gone was the historic "Rat dayug gone the push ball fight with its memorable results, no more were nightly parades seen winding their way around the lake, nor did the poor freshman find himself wakened in the dead of night for the purpose of ascertaining the number of ties in the local car track. But the spirit was not dead. The traditional rat cap still gleamed from the cranium of every freshmang each first year man yet answered to the call of the old man, and we can rejoice that with the coming of the new era, much good has been accomplished and the results have not been lessened appreciably. In all probability the sophomore class of Richmond College with its sister class of Westhampton College will hold a class dance some time in the near future, with the social height to be reached when the annual sophomore Banquet, which IS given in cooperation with the first-year function, is held on the other side of the lake. It is with misgivings that we approach the point that marks the middle of our college career. Behind us we see two years of collegiate life, begun with so llttle that it now seems as nothing, and we wonder if we really have learned so much. We have gone through textbooks, we have "boned" over dry and musty volumes, .but after all, is it this that we owe to our Alma lklater? Who of our number in looking back over these two years does not see the friends, students and professors, that have come into his life? Who will not remember old Richmond herself with a tear and with a smile? We have tasted of the cup of life, and those few of us who may, every one of us who can will return again with another year to drink once more of the Pierian Spring. ' FRANCES N. TAYLOR. ' X! . f ii.. . ,....., .,.,.4........,... .... -...-.....-....w.............-......,. ..... .,.,..,f.. . ,.J' . -.--.-. ..-...---.-M.--.-s-----M--we-------W -' -t-i " H- Li.Ti . .. . .A - . 73.55 , sf " ,, ,Q Y , . ,V Q IIN- z. A - 4--z'wg",:g-1 0-j-4+o,'y':qL'l"3?",g'5TjVV' g2','?f.v,1"Y'- FIYYQQTJ 7- I7-.if fu. .qu .Vi 'J .T Lawnwuhy'''P.,'5x?Y"..f2...f'?iz'l?f5..M'f"1E2fEffi2a-5211?155-M-ifrffffsf i 0 f ,NJ-Y --liffgf--::v::::::i5f::':1':T2222"-Y'----'"""'73-135:--rr'r"r"''t """"'i' W" "" ""' M' '-""""r"t"r"'r"'r"m"r' r K i i i if 4, 3 . Nl ,, Page One Hundred Fifve M. P. ADKERSON C. H. BEALE "SLIM" HPREACHERH Lynhcburg, Va. Franklin, Va. Pre-flied Course B. Al. Course Kappa Alphag Annual Representative Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society Sophomore Class. Collegian Staff. NV. H. ATKINS W- A- BARKER "AT" HREDH Richmond, Va. DP1HVillC, V21- B.f1. Course B- 14- COINS? Phi Gamma Deltag Collegian Staffg john llflarshall Clubg lVIu Sigma Rho Literary Society. F. W. BAARS "Cor.oN1AL" Little Rock, Ark. B. S. Course fflledicinej Phi Delta Omega. Page One Hundred Six 7 1 I I I I ia I , .I ,I I I -Ir I . I I.- .Ig I 4 . I . I mi I --I L . 'Il L II , ,r, . ,I I Q, 1: 4 III I 3,If A. B. BLOXOM J. R. BROWN "ff, "SPUD" "J, Rf, 4 , llflappsville, Va. Richmond, Va. j B. S. Course 'fBz1s. Aldnzizzistrationj . B. fl. Course Kappa Alpha, Varsity Football Squad, Member South Atlantic In- door Championship Relay Team '24, . Varsity Track '23, Varsity Club, T- VV- BROADDUS Treasurer Freshman Class, Fork HBRUTUSH ,,,g4iL UHIOI1 Club- West Point, Va. ffl! B. S. in Law R. H. BQWEN HBO!! Tazewell, Va. B. A. Course Southwest Virginia Club, Glee Club. Pi Kappa Alpha, Scrub Football '23, '24, Cherry Club, Y. M. C. A. AI. . ,,i lil ,Ir Is ,I I I Inu I. F. BOWLES "MONK,, I Newport News, Va. Pre-Dental Course Sigma Phi Epsilon, lnterfraternity Basketball '24, Y. M. C. A. ,I lfyi' ' 1 A X-,fi ' N' 'I 7 "i" ill I y I 'E i',i 3 f-.' QI ffgll 1 .. , T I I I rI,. . . A r',I . .Iii .. ,. .. , H Page One Hundred Sefven H. S. BUTLER L. G. CHEWING "BUTTs', HCHOPPYH Culpepper, Va, PHITIOW, Va. Pre-flied Course B. S. in Medicine Theta Chi. R. B. CHEATHAM UBENH L. R. CLEMENTS Richmond, Va. UCLEMU B, ,L Course Nathalie, Va. Collegian Staffg Secretary Freshman B. A. Course . Class? John Marshall Club? Y- M- Philologian Literary Societyg Min ,p CA ' ' isterial Association. I 3 J. N. CLARY KIJACKU Richmond, Va. B. J. Course Assistant in Physics. Page One Hundred Eight Q r V -Q li 1 1 l 1 V x i xf.' -x. ,fl M71 i s W. R. CARLTON W, J, CRQCKER 4 USIR WALTER" -f H 5 Center Cross, Va. Sugsflisllzva B. S. Course Bus. Administrationj . B S Course i ' Tgippa Sigma? Varslty Track Squad Phi Kappa Sigmag Circulation De- Q i' ' partment Collegiang Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '25. N. T. COOK, JR. Y Richnlfcfj Va W. G. COTTRELL B' A' C""'5'? Richrlriiiill Va Lambda Chi Alphag Assistant Man- ' ' ager Footballg Freshman Baseballg B- 14-Come John Marshall Clubg Y. M. C. A. Y. lkl. C. A.g John Marshall Club. S. L. COOK ' HCOOKEYH Callands, Va. B. S. Course Ulledicinel Philologian Literary Societyg Soccer Football Squadg Gllobe Trotters Clubg Delegate to Virginia Baptist Students Conference 5 Piedmont Clubg Y. M. C. A. Page One Hundred Nine - A . W O. S. CRUTE C. L- DUNN "ROCK OF AGES" UCRISH Halifax, Va. Atlee, V21- I3. fl. Course B- 111- COIUS6 VV. F. DAWSON C. M. DINWIDDIE "W1NsToN" I KKGOVERNORH Richmond, Va. Moneta, Va. B. S. Course fBus. Administrationj A B. S. Course fBus. fffll7lZi7ZiSfT'Klfi07Z Lambda Chi Alpha. V J. W. DILLON CCJESSYY Boones Mills, Va. B. S. Course fBus. fildministrationj Kappa Alpha, Varsity Football Squad '23, Fork Union Club, South- west Virginia Club. Page One Hundred Ten u 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 11. ,R 1 R. E. DUNKLEY R. J. FLEMING 'KDUNKH KKKIDU Q Stuart, Va. New Haven, Conn. Pre-IWW! Course Tri Phi, Varsity Track '24, Fresh- Lambda Chi Alpha, Southwest Vir- maf1'Ba5kC'Cb3H5 Cf0SS COUNTY ,235 ginia Clubs Y. M. C. A. Varsity Indoor Track '24, Y. M. C. A. A. M. FELDSHUH A, 5, FISHMAN 1 "ALM "CHICK" 1 ' Brooklyn, N- Y- Brooklyn, N. Y. B. S. Course B. S. Course ,TlI'2iI1SfC1'CI'd fI'OIT1 UHiVCTSitj7. Qmgga Alpha? Tfangferlfed from . 1 N. Y. University. 1 1 G. B. FERGUSON ' , f HFERGIEH Danville, Va. 1 B. A. Course Theta Chi, President Freshman Class, Senator Sophomore Class, lllasonic Club, Fork Union Club. Page One Hundred Elefven 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 fiQgT3"'. " W:--. M9-.-.-. Q .1 - , ,I 511,904 . iJ3"f, E. E. FORD J. H. GOODMAN JITNEYH HJIMMIEH Richmond, Va. Frederick, Md. B. S. Course fBu5. ffldministrationj B. A. Course Theta Chi, John Marshall Club. Lambda Chi Alpha, Maryland Club. lVI. P. GERNIAN M. L. GIBSON IKM. PIU CKHOOTFY BHHSYOH, VH- Cordova, S. C. B. J. Course Pay: One Hundred Tfwelfve Pre-Med Course R C. R. GIBSON UROCKYH Richmond, Va. B. fl. Course Phi Delta Omega, John Marshall Club, Spider Band, Historical Page- ant, Y. lVI. C. A. .,,,.......1--...,... i I A. L. GRAY E. L. HARTZ HPETEH "PETE" l'V2lVCf1Y, VH- Richmond, Va. B- 14- Course B. S. Course fBus. Administrationj Phi Kappa Sigma. Glee Clubg John Marshall Clubg Y. M. C. A. I S. T. HABEL, JR. "SA1y1" L. J. HARMANSON, IR. Amelia, Va. HJIMMIEN B. A. Course Onancock, Va. T Soccer Football Squad, '23-,245 Mu B- A- CON'-96' Sigma Rho Literary Societyg AY. M. Sigma Phi Epsilong Soccer Team '24g C. A.g Ministerial Association. ' Eastern S-hore Clubg Y. M. C. A. G. F. HAGY "ICE CREAM!! Bristol, Va. Pre-Med Course Theta Chig Manager Sophomore ,Basketballg Vigilance Committeeg Southwest Virginia Clubg Y. M. C. A. Page One Hundred Thirteen R. D. HARTZ H- L- HILL REPETEH HHARRYH Richmond, Va. Greenville, S. C. B. S. Course fBus. Administrationj B. ff. Course Glee Club, John Marshall Club, Y. M. C. A. J. E. HICKS . cKHICKEY,, .l- W- HASH Baltimore, Md. HHASHH B. fl. Course Chancellor, Va. B. H. Course Pagf One Hundred Fourteen Treasurer Maryland Club '24-,ZS W. F. HATCHER KKBILLYJ Clifton Forge, Va. B. S. Course Ulledicineb Y. M. C. A., Southwest Virginia Club, Hikers Club. 1 A 1 . I l i K X 1 , i 1 i 1 .i ll l I , 4 fb '1--' - w H fri. o - V7 A - 4, UC., it L. Alu ' H' V .fl g'::i.i:.1Z':::izlflrz::.1.i:.:..'t.:::::g::.i11'Liz::.7:::Tg::':::::::.ti:::f: '.t:iT.1T':.i'i1:::Lt1gZ::i::.i:.::iL:'1::r..':::::':::i:::':'.T,.L33,::::TL.'?......1::,r:::::-,":-if-tgvgig-,,----2 H' 1 X '. 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'Wi ll ..x .P I Q :dig ly 4 E' gl lj Ei' xfif :I jill: it 'I tlxil E5 4 li H : ' ll-1" l VI? f S RE Elm 'WJ 'vi lla-1 l x -fl ll:'l ,a E S l X31 .-, ,V-,j 35 Hr PJ' KVA 1 'fl tai . UI lr . gl 1 5 Nqr! Q gy. . ti , i .Q ...i l il i X! . 3 . 1 w ml' ' I 4 i .f i FE, , :rl f fi , .fvu I-Vi 1 5 ixflg ,X 5 4 gfwfl .. 1, V Nl up V . an t v lvl M. G. HITT R. R. JONES w KKMILTU HRAILROADU ll V Castleton, Va. Dillwyn, Va. B. Af. Course B. A. Course School Clubg Y. NI. C. A. Hall Nlanagerg Sargeant at Arms. Kappa Sigmag Chatham Training Riu Sigma Rho Literary Societyg en il ' . W. P. Hoop J. H. JOHNSON HSHIEKH HJOHNNIEH A Richmond, Va. Southern Pines, N. C. .Vi i v B. lil. Course Pre-Med Course 3 Pi Kappa Alphag Football Squad '23, Lambda Chi Alpha. R 3 '24 nn 1 . w . . v 1.". lvl wg I G . l D. c.JENN1NGs 5 ' KKROYH l ' I. , i'1 . R Republican Grove, Va. v V B. S. Course fBus. .ddrrzifzistrationj Q H W. no '4 yl il Sigma Phi Epsilon. 5 . f ' I lf 'Z ' t ' li ' f - at R l PU' V A . 1 ,j Mx , A , 4,-,,,.,,,,, ,,,, ,,M,,,,,,, ,. .,.. ...r,.,. . . .... rm., . ...,,:, ,,.. ...R-Y-..--e.- .,.. lv:----T-ft.-ll' Q, l ' f 1 'Qi lf-5 --',r' 'fIT'if," A R' , ' j .g':f"T'fiT' 'JT' 'iii' ' T 4 M '-4 bgaffxizlifg 31124 7i'n:.E2Qfil.3-Eiiaiiiiiai-:min:.rl52...:?efSaJ.1f:Qa.:m:,ai3luuE.'aaabisQaam.S.vmfas-MAR-mfxixmmi.'w.mz1:.n3xw,xa.fm:.251wahb3n.hl:11aSi6u i ' A, ,L,,,V,Y.jQ,,,,v, QM,-,, QWQQQW ,:,,,1,,,1,,.g.L -..QQi.-,-......... ...Q-1.0-----in-4---N--------W--4----W '---W--"'-'-""'f' '-'-' 'N'"""'"""""""4"'"'"""'lLZIL"I1','lf1f1TlL'I1i'l'T.'lf.fl'l.lTT17f?21fT1'LT-'I::f?lT 3Q- X Page One Hundred Fifteen G. W. KENNERLY K. F- LEE CIGORDONH "KEN ' Bon Air, Va. Petersburg, Va. B. S. Course B. il. Course . Kappa Alpha. lVIu Sigma Rho Literary Society Scrub Football '23, '24g Y. M. C. A S. NI. KLEIN J. F. LANKFORD "SAM" ULANKH Richmond, Va. Hallwood, Va. B. S. Course B. A. Course Page 0110 Hundred Sixteen Soccer Squadg Eastern Shore Club Y. M. C. A. J. P. LANIBETH, JR, UROLLOH Richmond, Va. B. S. Course fBus. Hdnzinistrationj Phi Delta Gmegag Asssitant Man ager Tennisg Collegian Staffg Ac- countancy Club. M. J. LOGAN T. K. MCRAE . KCPOPN KlMACK,, B S' -C Rlchglondlilgaf i u Richmond, Va. flfhgtg Colglgsagllelggln Sggzshatlonj B. S. Course fBus. fldministrationj John Marshall Club. J. P. MCCOY G ' Va G. H, MCGRAHAM ru . l IKM !! B. A. Course Glen A3213 Va Cross Country Squad '23 g Southwest - ' ' Virginia Clubg Y. M. C. A. B- 14- Course ' C. Y. MCDANIEL ICMA-Cm Soochovv, China B. A. Course Kappa Sigmag Tennis Team '23, '24g Tennis Champion ,24g Varsity Track Squad '24g Soccer Team '23g Assist- ant Editor Messenger '24-'25g Dra- matic Clubg Glee Clubg Harlequin Clubg Mu Sigma Rho Literary So- ciety. N l r l N I Page One Hundred Sefventeen 1 4 . I - .f--. ra ff 1 .f'fN"iQ r ,i . 1 . I , A! V - inf-J 15.4 f .I Yr M1 J , .a bv C, "Q-' -' A gk , ,- ...J-,,,w,M,.-,, H+.--Y---A-M.-f3,,,,,, 'err-1:1e'l1-'flf' T' H ' A. K ' Y- . i .C-z...fi'u11rc-!6,e'.r"SffQA 5 " f"5"i "AV i ' 21:-4' 1:..L- JLL ' fffi'fQfi"M" .Q-is 'fleeij'5feg2:,- be Ls. B. C. MINTER HFIRPOH Martinsville, Va. B. S. Course Lambda Chi Alpha, Varsity Football '23, '24g Varsity Baseball Squad '24, Student Senate '23-'24, President Sophomore Class, Interfraternity Council. K. MOK "KING" Canton, China B. J. Course B. S. Course C. L. NIYERS "CooPER', Ringgold, Va. Pre-.Med Course Y. M. C. A. J. M. MQORE KKJOEY2 Petersburg, Va. B. S. Course Collegian Staff, Spider Band. P. L. MOK Canton, China lrwji' si qi. I C, ll L 'Q-.. ll H ,ff x .sur - . ,All 1 1 .sz -I S.-.3 . 1574, ZZ?" ' r 'V' i I ' ci "fa K 2:5 1. ! 0 1 , i BX!' ,Lf f r, il gl 1 .1 F. .-i 'W-fda. 4- 'wif A--all .kin M ii ,5 .Q-4 5 u ' l Qflig nh all r Tk! , lily 1 livin' - i A5115 -Pail- Lu l i 'RQ lm V 2 1.3 EE .Ref l li l 'Yugi gn E' iii? 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Course B- 117- Course Cross Country '235 Philologian Lit- Correspondent Collegian Staffg Staff erary Societyg Honor Roll '23g Stenographer Spider '24-g Philologian Southwest Virginia Clubg Y. M- Literary Society. C. A. A. P. NEWCOMB "NEwc" Clifton Forge, Va. B. A. Course Varsity Football Squad '24g Fresh- man Footballg Freshman Baseballg Southwestern iVirginia Clubg Y. IW. C. A. Page One Hundred Nineteen l q. 1. all If Nil ll H, rpg D NJ Mg l Us lf 'E E I . iii nl 'e n l I l l l , 4, l ,, i P L T l I F. R. ONLFY D. H. PATRICK i "JACK" "DUKE" Parlcsley, Va. Newport News, Va. B, 11, Coy,-sg Pre-Dental Course Sigma Phi Epsilong Assistant lVIan- TidCWHfCf Club? Y- M- C- A- ager Football '24g Staff Stenographer Spider '24g Annual Representative ' Freshman Classg Eastern Shore Clubg Tidewater Clubg Y. lVI. C. A. NI- P- PATTESON UPATH g Richmond, Va. B. S. QSLIN B. S. Course fBus. ddministrationj HBOH Phi Kappa Sigmag Collegian 'Staff Richmond, Va. Treasurer Sophomore Class. 5 IJF6'-ElIgi71f'F7"iIIg Course John lVIarshall Club. i E N 1 2 B. L. PARRISH "PAREE" l l Richmond, Va. B. .4. Course .A 4 i 1 i 1 1 l l l i Page One Hundred Tfwenty M A V 1 .41 1 lil nz if l v.,-21 1 , .,.A es.,'i. , 3511 ' f 511 f., . Mr .A , 6 - .4 J, .L :...5 W 19. 11 1 1 , C 'T ,- 'sv iqfx , . , IQ I2 IJ Ewa' QB . X 73E?1f4-Qflwi ii i he ' ffxaua- Qjsg.uSm.n.jp il .. . . .- -.-.-...........- .,,,,..-,,,,w,,,,,,,,,,- w-,--,,,vMW,--, ,-,H www, .ntil MMR iw if si ea A ikiiil A A it Mil 7' ll ll si , 5.11 l ,Q-If, ,l , . fy 1 . ' I . .. l fl l :if if fl 1 '. 5, if Q , il kilvl, ll . r. l as if ..,. S 4? 2152! is 'Qiil' . ei ii Tv ll F 1 S Lf ai iii-QT' r. .. Q i 1 3 1' .. .il lf, . 53.1, fffii at YJ E B. K. PATTON G. R. POINDEXTER, JR. 511.544 5 UPATH "PoINEY" Bon Air, Va. Fredericks Hall, Va. B. S. Course B. S. Course . fiigfjg Kappa Alphag Cross Country Squad '23. Philologian Literary Societyg Hall Manager 5 lVIinisterial Association 3 Y. Bl. C. A.g Student Volunteer 1 ,. .Hi x 5 i' F Q- I 'Qi f 1 71 lx! at .,, 4, 1" .1 M ip PJ K g .qi 3 . E4 SN P 'K 1 Bandp Chatham Training School C. G. PEARSON ' I .N VA., M HSKEETERH P M PENNEY li?-'iii . . 5 Norfolk, Va. HPENNYD gifgji QEJQX Pre-lflfled Course . , Bowling Green, Va. Pi Kappa Alphag Collegian staff 245 B A Come Vice-President Sophomore Glassg - - y VI S. h Social Center C0mIDlttCCQT1dCYV3tCf SQCCCT Squad, 24, 1 U . lgmf? R 0 fill C1 b. Y M C A. Literary Societyg Caroline County if-ff u , . . . , ,M Club,Secretary and Treasurerg Tide- P-fb water Clubg Y. M. C. A. 'ffl iq F. J. PEASE' rfb? W - 'iiol Special Course Ministerial Association. , nn , T ,,,Y,, ,M .Y W, i",'ij'l . f A -A -S si -Tffi, -3-i1E.?E5?rfszzvrv5farr'w:av's'3n7'ffptzlzvp'if Page One Hundred Tfwenty-one 1 J. P. PREGNALL, JR. "PREG" Richmond, Va. Pre-filed Course John Marshall Club, Y. lVI. C. A. A. F. RAGOZZINO HRAAGSH New Haven, Conn. B. J. Course Freshman Footballg Freshman Bas- ketball, Freshman Track, Cross Country Squadg Y. NI. C. A. Page One Hurzdred Tfwenly-tfwo T. R. SANDFORD, JR. HSANDYH South Boston, Va. B. S. Course fBus. Administrationj Sigma Phi Epsilong Varsity Football Squad '24, Varsity Baseball Squad '24, Varsity Clubg Chatham Train- ing School Club. P. G. ROUSE Marion Va. B. A. Course Sigma Phi Epsilon, Freshman Foot- ball. H. M. RICHARDSON HJ INXU Richmond, Va. Pre-flied Co urse Pi Kappa Alphag Freshman Base- ball, Cherry Clubg John Marshall Club. C. A. SAUNDERS H, L, SEAL " PLATOH lVIoneta, Va. B. A. Course Philologian Literary Societyg Minis- terial Associationg Southwest Vir- ginia Clubg Y. M. C. A. iiHANK,, Radiant, Va. B. S. Course fBus. Adfninistrationj N. E. SCOTT E. W. SAVO RY ScoTTY" P "S"LNNY"V Red Bank, N. J. eters urg' a' B. S. Course fBus. Administrationj B. A. Course Tri Phi. Sigma Phi Epsilong Varsity Football '23-'24g Varsity Baseball '24-5 Varsity Clubg Spider Band '23-'24wg Fork Union Club. R. SCHNEIDER IKBOBH Richmond, Va. Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society Scimiter' Club. B. S. Course fBus. Aldministrationj Page One Hundred Tfwenty-three i 4 l i 1 m A. D. SHANDS W. E. SLAUGHTER HLICKERH Carson, Va. H. J. Course' Tri Phi, Y. NI. C. A. J. C. SHELBURNE "JIMMY" Danville, Va. B. S. Course Phi Kappa Sigma, Assistant Cheer Leader '2-L Page One Hundred Tfweniy-four B. Al. Course Hikers Club. HSLATSH Baltimore, Md. B. xl. Course Secretary Sophomore Class, Secretary Maryland Club, Reporter Ministeri- al Associationg Mu Sigma Rho Lit- erary Societyg Y. M. C. A. R. F. SLAUGHTER, JR. CKDICKH Hampton, Va. Pre-filed Course Kappa Sigma, Football Squad '23, '24, Track Squad '24, Assistant Manager Basketball '24, Spider Band, Tidewater Club, Y. M. C. A. G. F. SIMPKINS LOONEYH Richmond, Va. J. M. SMITHERS W. E. TGMILSON HSMITHYU f'To'MM1E" Dragonsville, Va. Richmond, Va- B A C B. .S. Course r 'u ' Wwe Phi Delta Omega, Spider Band, Fidewater Club, Y. M. C. A. John Marshall Club. W. R. TANNER L' E-.EIQQQRPE HVVINKH Luray, Va. Petersburg, Va. B. fl. Course B. S. Course Kappa Sigma, Varsity Track '24, , , - Member South Atlantic Indoor Football Squad 23, 24, Y. NI. C. A. Championship Relay Team !24. F. N. TAYLOR I "FRANCIS" Blacksburg, Va. B. S. Course Phi Kappa Sigma, Freshman Foot- ball, Sport Editor,C0llegian '24, '25, Managing Editor Web '25, Editor "R" Book '24, Freshman Historian, Sophomore Historian, Varsity Track S uad '24- Spider Band, Southwest Cl 1 Virginia Club. Page One Hundred Twenty-five .A- ,. .. -.JM fi gvlk' I . 1.1 1-if ,,,.l,......-. y., 3 ,V " s V' P 41 NJ' iff rv .sf SQ I '- Ii . 1 1 . 0 1 ll vi l Emp P A ? . r A ll ai l E l v ff --"' 1. -ny I ll X in lg HH 131 5 li .uf 4 rv' H. lW. TRIMNIER F. W. WENZEL, JR "HANK" "FREDH Roanoke, Va, Richmond, Va. B. fl. Course B' S- Come Kappa Sigmag Varsity Football ,245 Phi Delta Qmegai Spider Band? Nlinisterial Associationg Y. NI. C. A. .l0hU lVIafSh21H Club- R XE' J. BI. TUNSTALL, JR. L- H- WALTON lg? "J1MM1E" ULESH lp Baskerville, Va. Richmond, Va. W B. S. Course B. H. Course C lv Sigma Phi Epsilon. fir lil R. M. USRY in if l KKREDJ! ', Oxford N. C. Il ' B. ffl. Course w in 9 Sigma Phi Epsilong Dramatic Clubg 3, President Tar Heel Club. ll gvsr 5. . ., .Y nr,-MQWUYY-A-hm - uf. - F V - ' 'vb Q H4--S---i---0----.f........---..,- 1 1 .x 'fx-?9'i'1.3'. mTg.Av,'i --g--K ye-, -.--, --.-.-.. ... . . 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Course B. S. Course ' Phi Kappa Sigma 5 John Marshall Eastern Shore Club g Y. lW. C. A. Club. . 35525 - J. D. WHITEHURST ' fi? Q T. E. WEST H H HGENEH WHITEY cr 0 g l Bacon's Castle, Va. Rlchmondt Va' 3 35, B. A . C ' elif: . B. A. Course Mme Nil Philologian Literary Societyg Hall , 'Q Phi Gamma Deltag Freshman As- 1.7 4 x sistant to Track Managerg John rl"l Managerg Delegate Blue Ridge Con- Marshall Club ference '24g Ministerial Assoclationg ' Chorister '25g Glee Club, Secretary . ' and Treasurerg Y. M. C. A. v gw' .. 5 'fi , iff. , H. S. WHITIT. 1 . US H XL TUART . ' Onley, Va. 5 .311 Clffxe :L-.g - B. Al. Course -' 32753 ,.. . Page One Hundred Twenty-seven f 1 S '.1 Lf., +73 KJ A .ViAx B wg -I xYVYA MXN ,,,AA ,.,,:::.:L 3 351 -51 ,1g, Q, 'mirgfzrgf l Wk: rx-w, L,. iff' 3 , w 1 .-. ... .MM -..v Q-. lr" ' .x.x 'sy K ---0 W . ,.:::1::.:T:r1'::.:t:1.- - --W-h-N--K jr ijffjj '17 ff "lf 2i,filll-f1Q?v,,A,.5f,'g',,1.j Li. 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Malin' vrlr Zlixhg, '27 ' I l Q 3 a - l L V L x? 1lV ll 5, ll 1 " -w:-mw-w- -a-M----fr--F---'---fmfn- A-- f:f-'fW--f:f-fft"" "" f f fT' , if 5 Nj. 15. 'ffe'-a'.f-'mmm'-K. A. iQ-Q4 F ., 4.J:g'317f-f2'i7'3ufi!ix.'?TVo: - , A 1 I t 1 ar N A wth I A 6 l Q, H il ' ' fEW"u"l'31"'J,.QFfif'.'.'?fJ'llQ3 -35? Page One Hundred Twenty-nine , -rv: -' mr PF f 1,-fm: ' 1 .Zu X 'fly , 'av 'J fx Page Om' Ilznzdrmi Tllfrly .,. 1.x-mv, V. .-,:., . ., . YP v1,.AY4'W,.,.,,: Introducing the Freshman Class ROBERT NELSON SIBOLD ' ' President XVILLIAM EDWARD CULLERS JOHN VVILLIAM KINCHELOE, JR. Vice-President Secretary JOHN HENRY POWELL ROBERT WILLIS EDWARDS Treasurer Historian ROBERT VICTOR VAUGHAN VVALTER BLACKBURN PHILLIPS .'17l7Z1lIll Reprexenlatifve Senator I Page One Ielundred Thirty-one 'F vQA J 17.7.1 VII ll J Il O .L 0.121-.ff fy, LT V ' 4 5 ' -."""'5'f ' X-QNN' , 5 ' xi '-. - ., , Nvff'-.-. . -A -' ' 4 K -lXJ"'l ""f1'3-2- x .- .' x..1. 5 , AAD. .. , X. ., .- , Z,-is L, If i gvg 5 F gm 1 I 1 L fu N, V n D. Mountjoy qhe .1925 WEB gigfiifiigjgiiz - ' PTM? M I ' Y f-Y -ref-ii--'W flffiiillf ' jflilif' , 5.1i:jff-::e7q-f'rf--f- Vw' - gs.?3jg.f3Q1ii .,,f""5:5 "',fggI1gf'I',5gf"' ,mf ff fer' 5 ge'f'2f",g.a fag?"-L ,,..3'e, g3f'p5'f-pp R-3 gpg-wvep 3-fy-y-wwf-f-, , f gi: ' ' " ' '--Z -I-v' f-4----P--V-1 1' ,.., .. . .. v..2 .........f..n.,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,.,.,W, V Y. ,V V V4 E I 3 I fl l I il ll V l l l l l l l ii fi l It ,I . . J. li II ll ,. ,. I. li l I 5. li IX. na If J, li ll I lf 4 at is l 12 +1 ii ig. PN 35 ill 35 'f .ii YV., T. Burton J. M. Carroll J. P. Carson, Jr. H. M. Chambers L R. Chenault P. B. Chenault . C. Clements C E Freshman Class F.. B. Gouldman F. A. Green R. W. Grundy H. F. Hamilton, Jr R. H. Harris G. B. Harrison A. P. Hartz J. C. Harwood, Jr. D QFFICERS President . . . . . ROBERT NELSON SIBOLD Vice-President . WILLIAM EDWARD CULLERS Treasurer . . . . .JOHN HENRY POWELI Annual Representative . . ROBERT VICTOR VAUGHAN Sffffefflfy - . JOHN WILLIAM KINCHELOE, JR Historian . . . ROBERT WILLIS EDWARDS Student Senate . WALTER BLACKBURN PHILLIPS NIEMBERS H. E. Adams B. E. Eubank V E. Klein T. A. Saunders, Jr. S. VV. Arritt O. VV. Fary,Jr. W. R. Lane A. W. Schoenbaum A. A. Bailey E. R. Ferguson F. Lapsley W. E. Shands S. W. Bank D. R. Fick V. E. Lascara G. H. Sharpe A. C. Barnett C. F. Foster WV. Lawrence L. T. Shelby W. D. Barr J. S. Gale R. A. Lincoln VV. S. Sheriff V J. H. Baskerville H. Gandy H. J. Little M. S. Shockley F. K. Bates H. M. Garland R. A. Lowry R. N. Sibold- , I G. A. Borkey J. H. Gary, Jr. O. A. Lundin, Jr. J- VV. Simons R. S. Bowers VV. T. Gary VV. R. Lyles L. R. Slagle K. A. Bradshaw T. L. George O. S. Martin W. L. Smith W. C. Brann A. L. Glascock G. D. Mattax W. C. Smithers A. E. Bridges J. H. Gordon W. V. Mayo B. L. Sowell G. W. Burroughs G. M. McPherson A. . Spose ' H. R. lVIinor VV. F. Moorelield F' W. T. Muse I. E. Nicholls H. G. Noffsinger, Jr. W. S. Norman L F. V. Stephens P. R. Stubbs E. C. Taylor W. G. Thompson A. S. Tomlinson C. A. D. Turner VV. A. Vandergrift T Q . M. Clements . J. Herman ' P. G. O'Neil V E. . Vaughan 1 C. G. Combs J. K. Hoban H. Oppleman R. V. Vaughan H M. VV. Coplan C. J. Hobgood P. C. Pearson J. C. Waddell E. L. Copley VV. M. Hobson I-I. C. Peterson, Jr. A. HV. Warren ' S. C. Cox M. Hoffman R. G. Phillips T. B. VVayman ,. F. E. C cker H. F. Hoke VV. B. Phillips K. F. VVeaver li L. C. Crroump G. R. Horney R. A. Pollard T. B.. Wayman I YV. E. Cullers W. P. Huntley J. H. Powell K. F. VVeaver F. N, Cummins ' J. M. Hunt ' R. H. Powell , P. A. WVells Il, L, C, Dale H. L. Hutcherson C. W. Puckett J. P. White, Jr. l J. W. Davis, Jr. VV. P. Isley T. P. Reynolds ' J. B. Wiggins R. H. D k A. J. James L. M. Richardson J. D. Wiggins . ,I E. H. Dsggifls P. Jarvis T. L. Richardson, Jr. Vgilkffrsfn I, R. C. D s H. C. Jones R. C. Robins . . 1 is .l C- S. Dlfgcgf, J. A. Jones J. A. Robinson L. s. Willis . gl R, G, Dunn, Jr. R. Kelley J. VV. Robinson H. B. Wiltshire 'fl J. s. Edminster C. c. Kennedy A. L. Rothschild D. II. Wmen I R. W. Edwards C. W. Kent E- B. Rowe H- A- Wolfe 5 J. A. Elliott W. H. Kersey W. E. Rowe D. C. Wray I E, Emrock J. T. Kidd A. C. Rudd, Jr. W. Wynne, Jr. Zn, . Z. W. Epperson J. W. Kineheloe, Jr. H. s. Saunders 'Q- . ll . I . 17" -t.' ifTP7M"'7TlPfzP'PP'47PfW'ifMTP Q fP.iP'TTP.'.i f'I'r'v'-fi C. . V -. CPWTQC. - C . . . Page One Hundred Th1rty three i ffhe 1925 WEB. 1. f' sf -- V Y W Y 1 ' , Freshman Class History Y l V' The opening da 1 of the 1925 session of the University of Richmond, September '- I 3 . . . - V 17, 192-l, marked the dawning of a new era in the lives of approximately 175 young 1 V 1 men, who having assembled from all parts of the globe, were subjected.for the first yvl A .. 1 time to the lon and tiresome rocess of college matriculation. To all it was a day - 1 . g p . . . . . V . MI which had been looked forward to with keen anticipation and interest. ,, 1 As soon as the class schedules were made out and all matriculation fees paid, these I ' boys became honest to goodness 'fRats,' and from then on were treated accordingly by 1 l the upperclassmen. 1 - ' 1 i To many of us the process of assimilating the so-called "Campus Etiquette" was A " 1 a strenuous and not altogether pleasant one. There were many of us who persisted in , 1 VW leaving off the prefix "Rat', and the suffix "Sir" to our names, while others were slow 1 T Q11 to realize the necessity of giving the time honored R-A-I' caps the right-of-way over 1 V f the other styles of head gear, while on the campus. ' , " I Then .came the "Rat Parade" on the final initiation of the freshmen into the 1 1 y realms of Spiderdom. Without a doubt this was the outstanding event of the history 1 , V . of the Rat class during the fall semester and according to many, the greatest celebration y ' ,Q oflits kind ever staged by a class of the University of Richmond. Bedecked in gaily ' 1 1 .. co ored costumes of every description, camouflaged behind coatings of paint of every l ' B imaginable color,.and displaying banners and signs which bore verses particularly suit- xl 3 F., able for the occasion, the entire Rat class, accompanied by the upperclassmen in general 1 5 1 and the Sophs in particular, boarded two special cars at the conclusion of classes on -1 1 . - 1 - the afternoon of Qctober 5 and journeyed into Richmond, where a monstrous parade T l M ulashstagidbto the delight of thousands of people who lined the street to get a glimpse 1 g VH o t e ex 1 1t1on. 1 A . -- l Led by the Spider Band and two dilapidated Fords, in which rode the officers Q of the Student Government Association, the parade pushed its way down Broad l 1 Street for eight blocks and at last came to a halt in the Capitol Square,-directly in l front of the Capitol Building. Governor E. Lee Trinkle and Attorney Gerieral 4 EJ Saunders, who were among the 5000 spectators, gave short addresses while several ,gg unfortunate-rats were made to perform individually much to their embarrassment. i , f Thai initial lrndhulgence of many ofithe flreshmenlin politics came with the election ll o rag o cers, w IC in many respects rivaleo the national presidential campaign which j M was eing carried on about the same time. 1, - Another colorful event of the fall term was a delightful reception tendered the geshma-nhclasses of Westhampton and Richmond Colleges bv President F W A oatwrig t. ' ' ' , Plans are being formed at the time of this writin for th I 1 R' v' .fifth in ll b 131' 1 '11 b ' - 1 g - C amlua at Banquet 1 .51 ww 1 I a. pro! a 1 lty wi e held during the earlier part of the winter term Th' , X3 also gives indication of being a memorial event. i IS 'H' I all d l Q . ' ' ' . l I unu nliii stu ent activities, the. Rat class of.l924, in spite of its age handicap, has been .V sua 5 represented. ln the literary societies, on the staffs of the college ublig t' . and og the iithletic field, the class has furnished a wealth of material. P a Ions ' H ut, a as, our rat days are swiftly approachin th H - l - ' I most of us .will soon merit the distinction of being cSlledelSoIiiEdiiic?remaf15 and although .. . ences and incidents which we have passed through durin th' fi S, C mandy experl' vi i Occllpy a warm Spot in our hearts. g IS rst year' will always ' '1 V 1 Q I ROBERT W. EDWARDS. l . M ' i l r e ree- aaa S A P P ' f I fi f F' Q-...I wus! .c,:,c,:,c,.,c'Y1"Z"': ,., ,,., S, ,i.i,iiSii:,dY, 1 Page One Hundred Thirty-four ' V P 7 P T if l l -il 2. 1' ll as 1, . 1 K F7 in il! ,, ll .. ,, , . 1 1 l fu l l 1 1 n K E Q . 13 1 Nha E5 l l 1, I li 'a Elk: in 1 1 l ,xl Y l l 1 1,-- li ' ' r 1,51 if 'Z ii Sl ' EN I if. lifs We 1 1 if Q . lla lf ll- ll? :X M. J Introducing Athletics ,n" 1 Iii I i F A , 1 I I I l fr m , t' "t 'P 'Is U QQ FRANK M. DOBSON V ' C 0 aclz -gt gl W 4. lx c Pngf Oxzf I11l,'lf1l'6'd Thirty-fit me 5 'if :WM ff 1 :JS X 'B Vw! J, it mr i 1 f A Us ling , igklf wif w gm . 1 Diff Z mf eg. 1 , 'Sis If .."'9'5'Lk"2' 'W..h.E"s.hS,"klg W 'T ,Z gr 558 Lv- '1 M-Hi nr- ffq 3 H eg '- ,QQ I 5 . ,H 'fix ,., E3 E? 4 1 1 XVI , his xv :QE E, if xg? A c ..! Ax -1, .l- A 'W V gif: vi' i' fV""'V"'! V"x'4'X."l"1"?1'Y'Xir'v v a 1 ML. J.. ..L!.4-1.6-1.14-I M1 W 4 rrirq rr IL. Page One Hzmdr ed Tlluty ,rzx ' v 19.25 WED . i A l ,Mm v., 'x l l - lwmirwwwwudmiiiuhM-,WWC M11 'w TR. by H E' Fi' 1 1. V ' if arslty Club :R f CHARLESM. EDWARDS, JR. . . . President U DAVE M. MILLER . . . V,,.-p,,.,,,f,.,,, M fa JOHN U. TATUNI . . . Secretary 'Eg' KENNON C. WALDEN . Treasurer .3 or FRANK M. DOBSON ...... . Coach '- FACULTY MEMBERS: lljfj H. B. Handy W. S. McNeil B. West Taibb V. S. Lawrence T. R. Miller E. B. Willingham af! ,T r 1 ACTIVE MEMBERS H. L. Arthur W. C. McCorkle A. P. Newcomb E. W. Bell D. M. Mina. R. C. Robins ,, A. B. Bloxom E. L. Miafaf T. R. Sanford Eff, A. M. Cook . C. E. Reams G. H. Sharpe leaf " G. F. Cook E. W. Savoy Meyer Vitsky .. P. A. Creath J. U. Tatum E. H. Wiataa .L-5 U S. L. Creath L. F.. Tharpe W. R. Galvin ,ky v J. E. Dc-:Motte K. C. Walden W. B. James, Jr. 'Hi " ' C. NI. Edwards, Jr. VV. C. Bentley, Jr. VV. S. Jones . V. H. Goode C. L. Dillon, Jr. W. H. Roper CAPTAINS 1924-25 MANAGERS ,Qi C. E. Reams Football W. S. Jones. D. M. lbiiller Basketball W. R.'Ga1vm G. F. Cook Baseball W. H. Roper C. M. Edwards, Jr. Tr21ClC W- B- James, If- E, l.-qgf V 55954 " E- A A - .-- e----f---e:e-ff:'- --a' Page One Hundred Thirty-sefven 1Q25 WISE! n1m.vs:1r2s1r'x1u-'.x.1'1.'v"L"'1' N ' 'F 'Z ff as A-2-eff. ....ff+5.fixer .. Q .1..,a,...L2 . 5'ara4-Q'sf.:ifr..gf"-t.f+"'...zf"'.i.r1fisiffmsfiim'fiaflgefwiffw' Arthur, H. L. Bentley, W. R. Bloxom, A. B. Varsity Club Statistics To Nlarch l, 1925 LETTERS WON Foot- Base- Basket PREP OR HIGH SCHOOL ball ball Track ball Chatharn T. s. John Nlarshall H. S. . . . Bell, E. W. .... .... ... ...John Nlarshall H. S. . . . Fork Union M. A. .... 1 Cook, A. NI. . .. ...Onancock H. S. .... 2 Cook, G. F. ...Onancock H. S. .. 1 ' Creath, P. A. ... ...Chatham T. S. . . . .. 2 Creath, S. L. .... .... C hatham T. S. ...... . 2 DelVIotte, E. .. .... John Marshall H. S. .. 2 Dillon, C. L. ............ Fork Union lW. A. 1 Edwards, C. lil Ji John Marshall H. S. .. Fick, D. R. . Augusta M. A. ..... . 1 Galvin, W. R. John Marshall H. S. .. Goode, V. H. Chatham T. S. ...... 1 James, W. B. . . . .... Kenbridge, Va. . . . Jones, W. S. ................... lm McCorkle, WV. Johnson City, Tenn. . . 1 lvliller, D, Nl. Lynchburg, Va. ..... 2 2 lVIinter, L. ...... .... C hatham, T. S. ..... 1 l Newcomb, A. P. .... .... C lifton Forge H. S. 1 Peterson, H. .... ...John Marshall H. S. .. Ragazzino, A. F. . . . .... New Haven H. S., Conn Spose, A. ........ New Haven H. S., Conn. Reams, C. E. . .. .... McGuire's ....... .. 4C Robins, R. C. Schley H. S., Va. . l Roper, W. .... .... J ohnson City, Tenn. . lm Sanford, T. R. Chatham T. S. ...... 1 Savory, E. VV. Fork Union NI. A. . .. 2 1 Sharpe. G- H- John Marshall H. S. . .. l Tfltllm, J- U- John lwarshall H. S. . . . Thflfpe, L. E. Fork Union RI. A. Vif5kY, lu- E- John Marshall H. S. .. 1 VValden, K. C. John Marshall H. S. . . . 2 VVitten, E. .. .... Fork Union lVI. A. .. 1 C Captain m Rlanager Page One' Hundred Thirty-eight Page 0752 Hundred Tllirty-nine l FOOTBALL SQUAD From left to right, seated: Newcomb, Goode, Gibson, C. Dillon, DeMotte, McCorkle, Reams Ccaptainj, Miller, Savory, L. Minter, Vitsky, Sanford, Plate. Second row: P. WVhitfield, jones Cmanagerj, Peterson, Robins, Trimmer, Witten, Parker, Sharpe, Bentley, VVells, Fick, Sibold Banks, Hood Crute, Slaughter. . Back row: Carlton Cassistant coachj, Dobson Ccoachj, T. Miller Casssitant coaclil. l The 1925 WEE I l in W r ll fr . - - ' , FT 'ZZFT ., ' "7""1'lf"f"' "" gjjgg.. NTL., 5 ,-----MMM---....E...--.,..,.L.E.. .,-..,.v,-,ELL,,W,n lf' Pskdwf 1 .ml Football 1924 OFFICERS C. E. REARIS .................... Captain I W. S. JONES ...... ..... 11 ffanager iw 5 F. M. DoBsoN .................... Conch I LETTER WINNERS .Y l V. H. Goode ....................... End il. T T. R. Sanford .... ................ E nd R. R. Robins ..... .... T ackle and Guard ' i C. L. Parker .... ............ T ackle . i VV. S. Bentley ..... .......... T ackle gg J. E. DeMotte ..... ..... T ackle C. E. Reams ..... ,,,,, T agkle -V E. Witten .... ..... G uard L. Tllinter .. .... ......... C enter D. Miller .... ............. Q uarterback . C. H. Sharp ......... Quarter and Halfback QV , A. P. Newcome. . .Quarterback andHalfback lc' V D. R. rick ..................... Halfback T y .1 .. E. W. Savory ....... .......... H alfback f M. Vitsky ....... .... F ullback Ev C. L. Dillon, Jr. .... .... F ullback W- S- JONES ' Marzagez' 'q . RESULTS OF THE GAlWES FOR 1924 P i R. Opp. E3 Sept. 27-V. P. I., at Blacksburg ................. 0 28 1' Oct. 4-Davidson, at Winston-Salem ............... 0 7 Oct. ll-University of Maryfland, at College Park ..... .. . O 38 Oct. 18-Trinity, at Stadium Field ................ O 12 ,EJ Oct. 25-Randolph-Macon, at Stadium Field ..... 25 0 V Wv Nov. 1-St. Johns, at Stadium Field .......... . .. 9 7 Nov. 8-Roanoke, at Roanoke ....... , .... O 9 Nov. 15-Hampden-Sidney, at Richmond ...... 0 . 0 , Nov. 27-William and lVIary, at Richmond .... 6 20 XI' SCHEDULE FOR 1925 " Sept. 26-North Carolina Sta.te, at Raleigh Oct. 3--Lynchburg College, at Stadium Field V Qct, 10-University of Virginia, at Charlottesville X Oct. 17-Johns Hopkins University, at Baltimore X Oct. 24-Randolph-Dflacon, at Stadium Field :E Oct. 31-Duke University, at Durham n ' :F Nov. 7-Roanoke College, at Stadium Field -' Nov. 14-Hampden-Sidney, at Stadium Field 5 Nov. 26--VVilliam and lkiary, at Richmond Page One Hundred Forty-one . ..,.... .1 - z 1 A 5., J, ,-X.-o w,' S i ' u F Q I an 1 K . Q Y VW- " Football 1924 gf figffii i 1 .. N Looking back over the past two seasons at first glance we would immediately y classify them as most unsuccessful-and from the standpoint of games won and lost, V no other opinion could be acecpted. But after careful consideration we can easily Vg sum up some very good reasons for these lean years and: in. addition see many bright spots which give us a feeling of optimism for 1925 and particularly 1926. Of course, we must expect to lose a few men. Nevertheless, prospects can be called the brightest since 1922. ' ' The team was undoubtedly the least experienced that U. of R. has ever had and - with the forced retirement of Captain Reams in late Qctober, not a single linesman with more than one year's experience was left. Even with this, only William and n , y Mary of the teams in our class, scored more than one touchdown. ln the six games N 1 among the colleges, the varsity won two, tied one and lost three. The contests with the larger Southern Conference members resulted in victories for the big fellows by the f largest margins previously recorded. ' Let us now turn to the redeeming feature of the unimpressive record. With " Captain Reams, retirement every man on the squad was playing either his first or second year. Only four men had earned a letter-DelVIotte, tackleg lVIiller, quarter- back, Savory and lVIcCorkle, halfbacks. The rest of the squad was made up of sub- . " stitutes of the 1923 team and freshmen. Of the old men, Miller at quarterback, , -- Minter, center, and Sanford, left end, made the most progress-closely followed by 3, . Savory at right half. Dave lVIiller, captain elect, came forward so fast that We should . 'lwgl find in him as capable a quarterback as Wicker, Pitt or Jones, altho-ugh it is unlikely v that he will ever carry the ball as Well as the latter two. L. Minterls work at center N stood out in every game. His passing was almost perfect and his defensive work ' 1 eclipsed that of any of his opponents except Todd of William' and lVIary. Sanford showed constant improvement. His ability to catch passes, especially in the pinch, ' resulted in two touchdowns. His defensive work on the line of scrimmage was high ' J -- class. Lack of speed hurt his down field work in which department he was accorded such excellent support by Goode that this short coming was hardly noticeable. Savory .. gftbgl improved his running game considerably. His shifty tactics and ability to take advantage of quick openings put him past the line of scrimmage often. If he possessed V more speed his offensive effectiveness would be doubled. Defensively he has much to U acquire. All of the others left over from 1923 showed some improvement-some of i which was spasmodic as in the case of Dillon and Vitsky. McCorkle suffered an Q - injury in the middle of the season that prevented him from doing himself justice. lv Gibson, DeMotte, Hood, Parker, Pate and Goode should all show to greater l " .. advantage in 1925 because of their added experience. Newcomb showed wonderful - .. improvement in his play at halfback and should be even better in 1925. I The freshmen presented some execllent material although limited in numbers. - 1 Sharpe at left half and XVlttCH at left guard proved to be the outstanding players at V' . 3 f I s . c gb if p f aff rwexmaamamm 1 4: .4 1416-12414.11 QL Y Y . mr- I 1 'I 4 Page One Hundred Forty-msn l T A -T. ,Q Q 1 r 5 1 1 1 4 1 . t' -.1-1 ' w ,jg tp, X'f' L' - 1T.l1vPe-..--19 ... "'4T""?""4"Z"'i Wil if-W1-W4 NO-EQf"""M'Ts.':QRf,.?-.fT"1..2ig1T.fa2Hia-'-:f::'21'.risl2.11'.f:.?'fIf"'1ts.1f:llii?::.i'fV:i.iif':i?i1x:::3555I . , , Q . .. ,Lf if . f . if . . J XML., . 1-3 i. .A m., .wa 2:1-:. .tag ..'.1ff":'..j'v:'f. :4.wm..z::m.wf.4ma:.rf:a.gffa14mw.:.vg.vs:f,a.mm.1rf..-.:.v tackle and end, showed considerable promise. These men together with Peterson, ' Sibold and Bank can all be counted upon to render valuable service in 1925. After thus considering the past two seasons one can see that the future looks very bright indeed. Nluch good material has been uncovered which should reach its acme in 1925 and 126. The schedule for 1925 is hard, but the prospects are much more encouraging than they have been since 1922. Football should be successful for the , University of Richmond for 1925. ' CAPTAINS OF FOOTBALL SINCE 1900 1901 9 1903 1904 1906 1907 1908- 1909- 1910 1911 V I V 1900- -M. Lankford ' ' 1902- -H. 1V1. Smith -J. M. Webster 1905- Stone H. lVI. Mench -H. M. Mench O. R. Traves B. I. Wright A. Lankford G. W. Sadler 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 -H. W. Taylor -John George -Newton Ancarrow -John Coburn -Bert Robbins 1917-Robert VVhitted 1918 'I919 -Keith Taylor -Harry Carter 1920-W. L. Broddus 1921-W. T. Price ' E. T. Stringfellow 1922 1923 1924--C. L. Reams -W. E. Jones --R. C. Bethel , , ll' Qffziii 'ildil will Srgglll. 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I r . I wg. A V1 I J.. . I VJ X - .......... ..?. , - VV E lt!- VJ. .I Basketball IQZ5 A OFFICERS I I M . D. M. MILLER . , , , Cam , .4 ' ' - 71 z. 6 W. R. CALVIN . . I Mmm .Rf FRANK M. DCESCN . C 53 L . oczch U ip f z LETTER WINNERS . 5 V I E. W. Bell . . . .... Forward Joe DeMotte . . . .... Center l may 14 Al. Spose. ..... .... G uard H. Peterson . . . . . .Forward .. O D. M.Mi116i- .... Gu-ard A. Ragozzino ............... Utility f A RESULTS OF GAMES FOR 1924 H U. of R. n Opponents , 38 Medical College of Va. 23 l ? 14 North Carolina State 22 4. ' I 39 Guilford 31 il ' 38 Union Theo. Seminary 18 " 32 Hampden Sidney l5 I I 24 Virginia 34 ll 33 Randolph Macon 20 p 7 it 42 William and Mary 33 A 44 Medical College of Va. 32 f 4, 17 Stevens' Tech. 24 ' ' L , 27 Lynchburg 28 .4 35 Duke 25 Yi ' 38 Randolph Macon 25 -- 40 Hampden Sidney 17 ' 23 Lynchburg 17 E Md A 29 Bridgewater 23 ET 27 William and Mary 26 ,C - I ,.l I lisa f BASKETBALL CAPTAINS SINCE 19.14 l 1914-C. H. Leubbert 1918-Edwin Dickerson 1922-W. A. Ziegler 1915-C, H, Leubbert 1919-R. C. Mottley 1923-G. A. Carlton Etsgli 191-6- ..... ' .......... 1 920-R. C. Mottley 1924'-I C- Fray Q 'Ig . 1917-Wiley Wood 1921-R. C. Mottley 1925-D. M. Mxller Iv E 1 X RECORD BETWEEN RICHMOND AND WILLIAM AND MARY SINCE 1914 .' , . - 1918-25-34g 46-30 1922-13-26g 22-20 ttf . 1919-15-333 19-20 1923-31-Isg 22-27 1916-33-385 22-33 1920-20-225 42-39 1925-42-33g 27-26 1917-28-163 37-17 1921-29-455 23-38 QMWI ' U. 6f R. 12 victoriesg w. at M. 14 T6ra1 points: U. 6f R. 7073 w. Sz M. 676 . I . ,L LLILJLLL.. ..-L -,--....--- f--I .glrf-E,.--1 7-e' 2" ff V A A Page One Hundred Forty-ffve U.- .. .., .. --.-1...-,.,.,..A.. -, u,,,.,.Q.i.. -V ... -,...... ..-.-,,-,.,..- ,MU .. . bf . .K ui iv-VY xl H V " ' "'x ' ""1""'i" w"' ' 'TJ m 'Q Q -Y. 0: F S D. '1 EL '71 Q 2 -. -: 'L .. R . 1 H1151 xiii' .II Q . ta! V5 . 5 If ,t tj 'Z 5 EB? bf! Q N y I sq :br at 55 ET? te ., ,. H kg ,J 1 rr 3 wi if I ,I M s' i. . , its ir, X55 F151 ff' E'-f, Q11 -an Q, Q 2' I .vw 'f assi Fig 2551 W if 1' I v F11 wi 551 I V I I U, ,ji ff! fi U1 so, 1. F3 'n 1 3 , ri? 4 . 21 -4 1 iw fm S0131 if ii F. :TWD - 1 Q. 1" 1, 4 1 , M 1-K, Q", ,' -,l ,L 1 UL, 1, ,...,. 4. gd 'g .1 A-,f L, is 1 'I f'::sX".m :Sus "' -ii..s.1'5Z.uaf3Svf..t:tNt-.,.'is?a'.Q.s,.I ..L.:,.'fZ1,T:.'-::f,: 'A fc, V'-'--"-W'--- 'M" - -"' ----'--'---- 1 5. , V3.5 15133 , ,. .fire ,geiisl 1 2551 i bmi ,wt 'ztff ,,...g, ffif A 3j'f".f1 Q , if l l ,. V Ng: Ill,-.gl 01--vm 1215.111 I.,IQ1i if 4331 glaggzi - +5 5 145151 .Iliff 111,01 . liifiifi W., lr 2 - H. 1' 1 Q E 1321 li I 55231 1. Xi , V itll Basketball IQ25 The first call for 1925 basketball found the Spiders facing the problem of replacing Fagan and Fray at forward and Bethel at guard. Coach Dobson had an abundance of material, but three men quickly forged to the van and ably filled in the vacancies. Herbert Peterson, former John Marshall High School star, earned his place as regular forward, making Bell an excellent running mate, and incidentally leading the team in season scoring with 130 points to his credit. Al Spose, a lad from New Haven, Connecticut, won the other guard berth and his floor work was the subject of comment all over the state. In "Rags', Ragozzino, another Connecticut native, Coach Dobson had one of the best utility men he has ever developed. "Ragsl' subbed in ten games, playing both center and forward. By winning thirteen out of seventeen contests, the Spiders again won the state collegiate title and established themselves as one of theleading quints in the Old Dominion. Beginning with an easy victory over the Medical College, in which Captain Miller again faced Horace Hicks, former William and Mary star, who was the main cog in the Sawbone machine this year, the Spiders sustained the first of their four defeats when North Carolina State took their me-asure by a 22-14 count. Doubling the score and more on Union Theological Seminary and the first Hampden Sidney encounter, the Red and Blue met their second defeat at the hands of Virginia's five, which again led the entire state. In this game, due to a new ruling by the Southern Conference which placed University of Richmond and William and Mary on a basis equal with conference members, Coach Dobson was not allowed to use any freshmen and Peterson and Spose, two regulars, were unable to play. Ragozzino came through in great style as a substitute, scoring five field goals for his mates. Randolph Macon succumbed to the Spider attack, 33-20 and then came the thrilling 42-33 triumph over William and Mary before a crowd of more than 1,000 persons who jammed the new Milhiser Memorial Gymnasium- to capacity. A controversy over the eligibility of Hicks attached unusual interest to the return Medical College engagement, which the Spiders won, 44-32, with Hicks in the Sawbone lineup. Inability to cope with the old sleeping guard play caused the third Red and Blue disaster, Stevens Tech, from Hoboken, New Jersey, taking the local's scalp 24-17, in the formerls first appearance on a Richmond Court. On Feb. 2, Lynchburg snatched a one point victory in the closing minute of play in one of the hardest fought games of the season. The final count was 28-27, tha-nks to MclV1ain's winning basket for the Hill City lads. A Duke fformerly Trinity Collegej, Randolph Macon and Hampden-Sidney were easy victims. Lynchburg was defeated on her own court, 23-17 in the-game that ultimately decided the state collegiate championship. Bridgewater, another strong contender, fell before the fast Dobson quint, 29-23. By winning the return engagement with William and Mary, on the latter's court in the new George P. Blow Memorial Gymnasium, the University rung down the curtain on one of the most successful seasons in the history of the school. The Indians lost their second contest 27-26 in a bitterly fought battle. ' Captain Miller deserves praise for his leadership. In spite of his acknowledged ability to run up a high individual score, as evidenced by his 213 points made in 1924, Dave displayed splendid team work and even saw a freshman forward beat him out for scoring honors, when he could have undoubtedly run up his total at the expense of his mates. DeMotte and Bell both showed improvement. The five man defense proved too much for most of their opponents and close guarding featured the season's work for the Spiders. That Coach Dobson developed a high powered five is indicated by the average of 31.8 points per game attained by the university cagers and the balance of the team is shown by the fact that three men scored over 100 points. Winning thirteen games and losing four gave the quint an average of .765 for the season. They won eight out of nine contests with other Virginia college teams for the state title and a percentage of .889. Coach Dobson will not lose a single man by graduation, and barring unlooked for eventual- ities, the University of Richmond should have another sterling outfit in 1926. G. A. C. H. 1, , QV, run' ,,.,, J ,Amt-'uf ighr -YN -,,vv ww., ,,,, ,,,,N,,,,,,,,,,- , .,.,r , -. -,.--.,.-.. -. ..-.- -. .-M ----- ------- --f ------ '---'-' ---A'-"'r"'-"' .1 ' lf ,li ,fQ6.15Qf'A.zIf:ftl.fAl1,:r1ign:4z''it-..'.?'-g,rt.4r.,9lg1tzzeIe.'.f,.:zx:f'.gmL-C 3.1.1,--:-a1:..:...:f.:,:fiL,-gllllvl:img-ii-iw1-:lil-1-- -V Mg.-M 1 nu-...,..,x.. -.,u,LY-Z.,,Y.. .., W, ...., .- .... ....- .,-....,....-... ..... .. ,...,.,,. .v..,......,..--.,....,,,...., ,.-,............-.....--- .--..--.-- ----------M Page One Hundred Forty sefven Page One Hundred Forty-eight 1 S F 1. il 1 i S2 r 5 1 1 J . 4 n J 5 H 13 5 5 5 c Q: a . Y! --J -J 1 1 I I w. - . - L .... i-11161925 --.WEB XY"'7l2-"C c"37q2"i'iii .fwfr tm-ff gnc. .Y .J-f or if-.. . f.,,..c-,,,...,., 6 6 CB u 0 o 1 ,V " ' -' 'er B' ew. . 1 L Q 1 Q , - .. .. V Qi e Baseball 1924 5 Q 1 .. as CFFICERS 1 " J. C. FRAY ...................... Captain " F. S. MILLER ..., . ...Zlfanager V 1 .. F. M. DoBsoN .... ...... G ofzclz V v 5 - " LETER WINNERS 1 .. Q, 1 E. VV. Savory. .' .................. Catcher Q " Sam Creath . . .... Pitcherx , g' Q A H. Johnson . . . .... Pitcherdi i , L. Minter .... ..... P itcher -- 1 Dave Miller .... .... l st Base i if W. M. Bixby ..... .....2nd Base , 0 Y 1 G. F. Cook ..... . . .Znd Base Y J. C. Fray .... ...Shortstop V 1 V A. Creath . . . .... 3rd Base U Nia K. Walden ....... .... O utlield 1 1 y A. Cook ....................... Outfield l a rr V Pitchers alternating in outfield. F- S-AMILLER ' EL 1 Illanager . .. 4. A ' V 1 RESULT OF GAMES FOR 1924 - - Q V Spiders Opponents Q H Washington and Lee University ................... . .. 7 4 1 5 gg Virginia Military Institute. . . . . . 6 5 1 ? Bridgewater College .... . .. 3 g ' 4 i Union Theologlcal Seminary ..... . . 9 1 LV. Q Syracuse ...... - ............. . . . , 6 12 ' 1 .. Syracuse ......... . . . . . . 12 15 . King College ...... 9 ' 3 V "7 William and Mary .... .... 5 2 H 1 " William and Mary .... . .' 17 2 i ' Hampden-Sidney . . . . . 4 5 U Hampden-Sidney . . . . . 6 0 Randolph-Macon . . . . . . . 20 7 Q 1 Randolph-Macon . - - 5 4 ' f Randolph-Macon . . . . ........ ........... . . 6 l .. y 1 y v y ffl CAPTAINS SINCE 1910 or ,, 1 " 1910-W. H. Jenkins 1915-J. H. Wiley 1920-H. Blakinship - l 1, 1911-R. W. Gill 1916-Lee Ligan A 1921-W. E. Jones ' V 1912-A. R. Meredith 1917-M. U. Pitt 1922-T. B. Towill v " 1 1913-R. L. T. Beale 1918-Tom Miller 1923-F.. H. Snead . ka 1 1914-N. R. Ancarrow 1919-L. C. Northern 1924-J. C. Fray L ax . x l V X Page One Hundred Forty-nine i a BASEBALL SQUAD Left to right, seated: Savory, S. Creath, Miller, F. Cook, Fray Ccaptainj, Dobson Ccoachj, Johnson, VValden, A. Cook P. Creath, L. Minter. Back row: T. Miller Cassistant coachj, McCary, Bell, Goode, B. Minter, VVilliams, F. Miller fmanagerj. til EA Q 5 151 E35 E51 td? E51 1 -,1 , bi 534, Q11 1? 13.5, Q1 233 25? 15 A . .,1 , 1: 1 il If ,J 1 , zdi 1.1 li 1 if it-51 531 1111 Miz X. 1 ' 1 ,, 7541 11 M 52?-1 m -'ff-fl ,v I 1 l 1 1 E 1 1 1 1 l tv ,I 1 i, A v-nf '-A B r. - fn'-9- 1 ?i,5Z- E5M-W eeeee .2 1 1 1 .-p 1 1 5 1 1 i ,nu i ss w V Q , VN5 1 Baseball 1924 Q For the second time in as many years the Spider Baseball team won the inter- , 1 collegiate championship of Virginia. Roanoke and Richmond were the chief contend- E3 E31 ers, but lt was generally conceded that the Spiders had the edge over the Maroons. Of 1 5 V1 the.twe1ve games played against Virginia teams the Red and Bvlueclub won ten, an VV Q enviable record indeed. Voctories were scored over Washington and Lee, V. M. I., 'QI Iging, William and Mary twice, Randolph-Macon three times, Medical College and eminary. 1 1 U Curt Fray, captain of the team, was probably the outstanding player. Besides be- Q--1,1 ang Ehi-:dbest lead off man in the state he was a fine hitter and base runner. In addition . 5-Qi is e mg was exceptional. Lf Walden, Cook and Sam Creath made up an exceptional outfield. All were good N l fielders and strong hitters. g I fx Until the untimely death by drowning in the Westhampton Lake, Walter Bixby was showing up fine at second base. The future held forth wonderful prospects for jffa him, both as a man and as an athlete. His loss was keenly felt both by the squad and the entire student body. Fred Cook, captain elect, succeeded him at second base and very ably held down the position. r , The Spider infield was exceptionally strong. Dave Miller at first base, Bixby and QQ, later Cook at second base, Captain Fray at short stop and A. Creath at third base Ei' made up a quartet hard to equal. Probably no team in the state could boast of such .Qi an infield. ,' , , ,5 V The batteries were also strong, although the pitching staff was lacking in numb- ers. This fact merely gives more credit to Johnson and L. Minter. Both pitched ex- , ,, x75 cellent ball. Henry Johnson Won from V. M. I. and twice from William and Mary while Minter won from Washington and Lee. Savory showed up well behind the bat. xl The prospects for the 1925 squad are encouraging. The outfield will remain intact 1159, wg while only Fray will be lost in the infield. -Iohnson's pitching will be missed. ' But to counteract these losses the team will be composed practicallyentirely of men playing their third year on the Red and Blue squad. . H Q v 'V 3 .. STANDING or COLLEGE TEAMS V till, ' 1 . lx Y State Teams ' All OPP0f16I1fS ew. L. Pet. L. Pct. v. P. 1. ........... 6 1 .857 Roanoke ........... 1 .875 jk E35 U. of Richmond .... 10 2 .833 U. of Richmond 4 .733 y Roanoke .......... 5 1 .833 V. P. I. ......... 5 .667 V Hampden-Sidney .... 7 2 .778 HamDdCf1'S1flHCY 5 ' -643 1' U. of Virginia ...... 6 2 .750 U..of Virginia ...... 9 .625 . V William and Mary . . 4 4 .500 Bridgewater .. . 5 .444 lv Bridgewater ........ 2 2 .500 W. Sc M. . .. 12 .313 UI W. 8z L. ........... 1 2 .333 v. M. 1. .... 7 1 .300 ,Ei v.M.1.... .. ..1 4 .200 W.a.L. .... . 10 .236 .1 ,EH Lynchburg ...... . . 1 5 .167 Lynchburg ......... 8 .200 Randolph-Macon .. 1 9 .100 RandolPh'MaC0U 9 -100 1 Eff S 3 , ,--M-,1,,,-..,-,-L.,---------4------------3:-"1-Mi"""7"'7"""""T"' ."' T"kT"""'f"""'f2'C-Wiki-.i lLlilqT::!:7fTi gg-V gQ3if-325'-:gf---ifgff'iii:-iz.--4iL:r.:::::rL1 7TwTi1 I , Page One Hundred Fifty-one 'Bm UF 545111 QQ? ff WK Pagv Om' Hundred Fifty-tfzco .N 'ETF Ita-w 1. ,J-V I I up Pl u 11 - . - - ... , 19.2 It Track 1924 1 ' l . Lg OFFICERS . T " W. H. RUCKER . . . Captain iw gf S. W. WHITEHURST . jl4C17ZClg87' gg -- y F. M. DoBSoN . . . . coach S' .. ' v V . ,,. . E- .. LETTER WINNERS . E5 -- R. C. Bethel ....................... shot put E3 .. B. W. Shelton, Jr.. .shot put, discus and javelin W y U - A. B. Bloxom ..................... hurdles E- 1 V. H. Goode . . . ' ............... dashes .. H. G. Ferguson . .. .......... half mile run N C. M. Edwards . ....... quarter and half mile V' . W. H. Rucker .. .... high jump and hurdles Ef' T T. A. Dekle ..... .... m ile and two mile run 5-,li i ' ' D. T. Ratcliffe . . . . ............... hurdles Q J. U. Tatum .... . ............. high jump " L. E. Tharpe .... . . . .quarter and half mile -- H. A. Cooper .... shot put and discuss , N f RESULTS OF THE SEASON . y y . Dual Meets ' . R Opp. El W Washington and Lee .. ..... 48 78 j Wake Forest ..... ..... 3 9, 26 'C l Trinity ....... ..... 9 IM 342 Ea lf N Maryland .......... ..... 6 57 'A H William and Mary ............ ........ . . .... 83. 43 v TV. P. I. ..................................... 6 3 E' Y H Called at end of first event on account of rain. ru A . Triangular Meet . ,, Richmond u ....... ....... - . ..... . 100 E N Hampden-Sidney . . . 21 ' X3 Ei H Randolph-Macon .................. ......... ..... . 5 J U Virginia-North Carolina Conference Meet tg ff Richmond ..... F ............................. ......... . 72 E3 Qi H Wake Fgfegt .-,,,, . ..... ......... ..... . 3 ' . William and Mary . . . ' - 24 gy ii E' V Trinity .......... - 112 E. U Randolph-Macon . - - 7 H Hampden-Sidney . . . ' - 1 Q""L""""""""""""""'fm"'T "" "" a'T"'f57' iffHN . l fag. ' . . it A, - .-.J -g.-g.-.... ---...-.,,..,,::!,::a v.,k Y wvrwwlxnwmywM WMWW-W WWWWWWWW 'id 3 Page One Hundred Fifty-three r T V ' l V Y V v , , , :-:,,.2- .. .-V -- V A-Y --- .,- V V-.,. ,-,- , . 'CI 3 QQ m O 73 fu EC 5. 5 ful l '31 H-+C F5 'Y 'N-. Q 'JZ '1 I . i r . ,..-.. , . W., v - ,, , . TRACK SQUAD Left to right, seated: Rees, Bethel, Shelton, Arthur, Bloxom, Goode, Ferguson, Edwards, Dobson Qcoachj, Rucker Ccaptain Dekle, Cooper, Ratclifle, Tatum, Tharpe, Isenhour. , Back row: Hoshall, VVilliams, VVhite, Whitehurst Qmanagerj, Fleming, Mcllaniel, Carlton. -Q.. fllxe 1925 WEB U 'Q' in .1 -1 .-'VS , 1, Q.. Er. X 1. 1 Vi ff .1 1 ' A .Q- 3., 3 1 - 1 A f. f". if fu ll ..,, 9-:Fifi ..., ., Er I -,ru r 1.-. .,f TQ'--fl 1 .557 xi.. . Q .U . f--Ii 1. .. ..1 . xy xx N., .,.. U1 ,.. 1.11, ...f .. Xi- . .wa :lv 1 ist Track and Field 1512 31 While football in 1924 was far from successful, judged from the standpoint of games won and lost, track and field athletics were just the opposite. Of the six dual meets, five resulted in victories for the Spiders while in the one triangular meet and in the Virginia-North Carolina meet, the University of Richmond squad was victorious by a very healthy margin. Likewise the indoor team was just as victorious, walking away with honors in all encounters. - ji The relay team composed of Bloxom, Edwards, Goode and Tharpe not only won the mile relay at the Baltimore games, but also established a new college record for the mile. In the Georgetown indoor games the Spiders also carried off the honors in the l mile relay. Twice was the William and Mary relay team defeated. T . Considering the outdoor track and field season one cannot help but be impressed at the wonderful results accomplished by the U. of R. squad. Washington and Lee was the only team encountered which managed to defeat the Spiders-and that defeat wr by a th1ir'ty point margin. But it was only two years ago when the Generals defeated M'i'ic3g the Spiders by something like a hundred points. The progress made in the past two Hlifll years as indicated by the two meets is in itself something of which to be justly proud. Wake Forest, Trinity and William and Mary proved to be easy, the Spiders piling up in the three meets a total of 2632 points against their combined 103M. The Mary- Qf,lfi.w land meet proved to be the closest of the season, Richmond winning by six points. The V. P. I. meet was called after the Spiders had taken two out of the three places in the gif shot-put on account of rain. And it was in the weight events that the Spiders were weakest. . fl' if Both the triangular and Virginia-North Carolina meets were easy victories for the Red and Blue. In the former the Spiders made almost four tim-es as many points as the combined totals of the others. In the latter, Richmond won the meet by a margin of nearly forty points. 4 ' Never before has Richmond turned out such an impressive track and field team. lg Twelve men won the coveted "R," a heretofore unparalled number. Of these twelve 1 ,3501 men, exactly half will not be in college in 1924-1925. fb sew COLLEGE RECORD UP TO AND INCLUDING 1924 1 lk .H r, 100 yd. dash-L. s. Liggan-fioff 1916-Dual meet, wake Forest. 220yd. dash-V. H. Goode-22 2-5" 1924-Dual meet, Maryland. 440 yd. run--L. E. Tharpe-51 2-Sf' 1924-Dual meet, Maryland. 880 yd. run-L. E. Tharpe-1' 59 3-5" 1924-Dual meet, Trinity. 2?:,gf1.i Mile run-T. A. Dekle--4' 43" 1923-College Championship. D . Two-mile run--T. A. Dekle-10' 20 1-5" 1924-Dual meet, Trinity. 120 yd. hurdles-A. B-. Bloxom-16 2-5" 1924-Dual meet, Maryland. 220 yd. hurdles-W. H. Rucker+26 1-5" 1923-Dual meet, Trlrllty- Shot P'ut-W. E. Durham-39' 6 1-2" 1916-E. V- I- A- A- meet- abil? :Ms 11.113, ' :RW lgeili flifcfi xl QQQLYJQ 11 ?'1'i5'l.fF 1 W ls 511,11-.1 . 1. ., .., if is is Dfiscus-V. H. Goode-1017105 11992243-Dbuallmeet, 1' -H. L. A th -1 ' " - UPI meet, Um Y- lfijfif 55f?umlP-W- fl' We?i'1f?E52ffSi2"..39.ifT?uiEXZ? W' 51 Me Broad jump-V. H. Goode- ' - ou! . an 1C . I -G. A. C 1 -11' 6" 1923-South Atlantic meet.. 15154, T1i3d6oifaLRielay-Good? Tglbxom, Edwards, Thafp-1924'H0lPk1US Indoor G21mCS,- Baltimore 3:35. 2 'lijgli M , .,.. ...L ....-- 1 t 'N' 1 I-T Page One Hundred Fifty-fifue I I I I III .II II ,, If II I,II II 'I II II I ' I I , I I ,,I 'I I II II I" I. 'I II III Il I I I I I I I III I III .I II : I. I I I Ir, II I I I I I I I :1. Soccer Team b. Tennis Team C. Relay Team Page Ona Hundred Fifty-.Hx Immduciflg SOCi3l Fraternities I I K - 5 I I 1 I , 7 ' I F I . 1 L T 4 Q y - -I' J' E ' h 9 GARNETT RYLAND ' V Prefidevzz Inzffrfratfrnily Council '-'95, If ' M16 f ffzge 07121 Hundred F Pan Hellenic Council M V L i B. K. PATTON A. BABCOCK F. C. BROACH Kappa .Jlpha Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Gamma Della J. U. TATUIVI C. E. REAMS Pi Kappa fllpha KHPPH Sigma L. J. HARNIONSON, JR. C. VV. DAVIS VV. NI. GIBSON Sigma Phi Epsilon Theta Chi Lambda Chi Alpha Page One Hundred Fifty-cighi .,J 7. .1 .I 4 tl' 1:1-t ' rw 'l'n.t: tQ..Z:t it 4- A., V if-lg Y 517--Q-ll::i-i H or 'R'-iflfl'3L1ZiiIit'.'.': f-'jjlj:j2i--- e ---- ie- -n.--...,,.i,, L! W! in - - f L'1'21'V7Z7'2E'P'fJ'3"9'Z'..tfZ'9f2-.rTV1 .:'tif'if e , -W-- - if rf ff :il A T- 4-' fu' t - - - A1 - Q t- -A . . .- L Y 'h ' '.l,..,.l.'l ., ' ' td V R1 .. t he Qi , .. E' Y E5 U i 3' . J? V' V P 35 .,.H-if if iv . 5 'i P Q1 Q ' Q W7 tv A R .,,. V g 7- nggkggx- :is -5 .. 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Blackwell F T Glasgow N Lowigsco gcfesd 1 , W. H. Blair R' E' Glo.-or C' B Lu k - - C mi f A .Q I E.. st' 5- Htiztfon tv Rr G8fd?n ii- tt-.1--it M- C- 5531- -L I. Boatwright Pfs. C,-Hmmm E' MCC. lhaybee B- B- Shgmbefgel' V" v I. Bocoek E. R. Graves P.CMZbrCobhHl' N 5- 1 - BOISSIQHX B. H. Gray G. H. McDonald ' ' - - N V C C B W. O. D. Skillman .- U - H- S- BOW? R. .E. Gregory A. Mehegan I. A. Sloan C Vi o -Q. R- B- .3112 RR? E-two ... Ml- A- M- S---h 1 , ' - - , . farler wa me . . ' j."! X..X X,, X gggggg E. Moseley Gwathmeii D. R. Meigyegte, Ir. , 'wr-X ' V l K. Broadus ?-HH-Ggavillihmey Wg lillitzliyette E. W. Spencer ' " .. 3 - ,.. ame .. 't ' --.1 ,rv gg fi- grogiigbggugh 113. Gzwacgbmoy Y R. W. Mildse te TI glfrlcoil Ir 3' if 1 N ' - - S . . wat imey C. G. Mill r R, S, S '11 i ' - lx . l AI. 1-125. Brooks W. P. Gwathmey H. R. Millir R. Stangidman Q ll , V 1 M- Cf'-me I. G. Gwathkin G. M. Miller A. Starke ' A- - Bruce J. A. Hagan o. N. Miller 5, L, Stem., . 2' ,y Abd V. o- .Sr ts.t.-a..--- 4- R ff- r C- A- ll ' --X - - .l'. agan . . f'll C. W. S E' l . - V-. 112- gutts L. W. Hammer W. D. ixltiiirar G, W, 523.222, yr, ,tam U 4 T. P. uxton H. B. Handy M. MCC. Milton T. W. Stevens, Jr. If 722, 4' ll L' A' giigbam ii' I1-flarpeil i2VAAM1xlincure' It J' H' Stockwell ' U , ' - . . arre son- . . , . T. . St , . VJY ' . " C- BCabe11 R. L. Harris A. Mondsoncure r J. BI. strilrljgiogr .. l Xl E' Cgjzlffell Er, Harrisl ltilontague Tlatel X If I. 'E. Campbell J.' s. r' J.' W. ilvimq Ei TQ Tay or l l L. M. Carr A. L. Hart O R. A. ixtgfgfoo D. G. Tgligrer l garr I. Hart, Ir. T. S. Moseley J. M. Vest 1- .wit X . -r ,, . . arter A. L. Hawse C. W. Moss D. M. Waddey jblfl' -- ' , T- S- Cartel' G. P. Hening John Moyler J. S. Walker Q"' l A Hunsdon Cary J. E. Hening B. B. Munford W. A. Walsh V. , James Caskie D. Heyward F. T. Norvell C. C. Walton, Ir. 1 ' w . 3 C. M. Chichester VV. H. Higgins W. L. O'Flaherty H., C. Warren 'Nfl' I1qCgf1m1FlCY A. H. Hill IR. M. Sage BE VXXgXarinXner, Jr. ,Qi . 1 . r' , , , , ' iQ y ., .. r lla. Pa. 5.255 3: E' rtsiifain If 5. 3. wgtaatagr.. r . . ogi , F,H ' . . r' ' . . itmore 'g .gs .. ' I. A. Coke, Ir. W, Igzpvxgn VV. I. Pjrgbsh, Ir. S. Whitmore, Ir. l, C. C. Coleman G. T. Hundley I. B. Patton, Jr. NN. C.XWh1tH6F - ll .V V .. . C0UC113,6St P. M. Hundley g21'fg0H, If- Vxtpifklgllan wX . ooper, r. R. T. H t . . au ette . . ic am l r S. Copeland G, M. Hutiiteirjr. C. D. L. Perkins I. T. Wihtman xv- . W. Corley J, M, Hutcheson I. T. Pharr I. G. Williams X " l tj ft- 113- gosby D. T. Ingram y:v.xL. Igrfrlfe, Jr. E. 115. Yy,xl1?S,Jf- ,M 'j 1. . r'h'll N,1 . I. ic er . . Xinree 3 -1 V T. P. Crgiiihlaw SX LPgirlfX"g:.am A. Pitt I. T. Wmfree A 0 - on H. Crosby VV, B, Ingrayn NT. Pitt Wingo, If. ll .M .V ' V G. H. Culbertson H. C. Irby R. D. Pitt R. P. Winston l . E. S. Currie H. A. Jacob R. H. Pitt S. B. Witt 5 -'- l V Sol. Cutchins A. P. jenkins J. G. Porter S. B. Witt, Ir. Epi ' - J. T. Davies W. B. Ierman I. P. Potts T. F. Witt 5,523 v 'T 13" I. B. Davis n I. H. Potts F. T. Wood 1-Q53 . , V , F. S. Joh s , V 'V, ' X L. T. Davis I. B. ,Tohnson R. B. Potts F. C. Woodward , ,- .X , 4 ' H. L. Denoon, Ir. A. S. Jones, Ir. R. H. Potts, Ir. C. Wortham f " V V T. R. Dew F, S, Tgnes E. D. Price R. D. Wortham ll X11 , --4 C. S. Dodson J. P. jones, Ir. F. M. Purser A. M. Young .. ' ' .V A. E. Dorman, Ir. L. McK. ,Tudkins F- H- Rilhms If- R- D- YOL111-g 5 V V . X ,, H. E. Boyle A, M, Keith F. H. Redwood i , .rv F. W. Duke F. I. Kellam G. H. Rice -, .HWYJGXXX XXXW-WX M g Wm mar, ,X X 1 L L A-,,H,.:.,.3?LJ,,,.:.,..-..-, 4X V.. ..---.--r- J .i 4- ,iff T -. ' ff7'.'EE--v--r.Wf'5"f-5C . ' C Page One Hundred Sixty-one L W K . w! Vs I x 5 Lu a 9 x. '. - .fp '-"-4-2. w 0 ','N 4 1 w 4 1 Q2 '1 x Lx r I J 3 . 1 1 if 7153 ' .1 A EJ pa Q rf if , f Fl if .,.., 73 . .bAxlg5f., u Page One Hzmdrrd Sixty-four ' is u is V V . v G V V . V lv V 0 nn V V V V s V J v 90 V V :Q-N ls -a -A ...J S. ive 'Mia L1 Ali I Rf., .Weill or, . gif Lf! A 'Wax if J... F. H.: The 1925 WEB V l ' C 'L ' L ' R ' Wm' " L C' 'C' J C C C J """"1fiff-or Ve .Siu iii Qijgallfil 5522445 J . . . Fratres ln Urbe ggi ASH. s. J. Adams Charles Gibbs H. G. Rhoah D. R. Anderson E. H. Gibbs Pannill Rucker, Jr. W. C. Anderson W. Gooch Stevens Rucker R. D. Augustine L. B. Grant C. Rufiin ' J. Augustine Dr. A. L. Gray T. L. Ruffin G. C Bidgood J. R. Green T. T. Ruflin D. P. Bowe O. L. Grover J. P. Sadler. Jr. f A. G Brown, Jr. H. Harland W. H. Sands, Jr. C R. H. Broadus Hon. A. L. Holliday C. C. Saunders R. G. Butterworth E. B. Hotchkiss ' C. D. Shepherd A C. P. Cardwell H. s. Hotchkiss B. West Tahh W. H. Cardwell M. Hunter H. G. Taylor . York Coleman J L. W. L. Jennins F. M. Taylor J R. K. Cravens C. A. C. Jones I. G. Thomas . C. S. Cole A. S. Jones q A. Thomas V D. B. Cole V ' W. King Dr. H. M. Townes H. S. Corey, Jr. Dr. J. B. Kaufman O. W. Underwood, J iriliii F. R. Chesterman W. F. Knight A. W. Valentine E. R. Chesterman, Jr. B. H. Kyle I. N. Vaughan Dr. G. B. Cook G. G. Lancaster . R. C. Waldori' VV. S. Cox J T. B. McAdams M. A. Weaver L. E. Cutchins Dr. Stuart McGuire O. B. VVhite H. Sinclair Dalton VV. S. McNeil John White Dr. W. W. Davis R. L. Mann C. Whitley, Jr. ' Rev. W. E. Edwards R. W. Mercer ' J. J..Wiolror, Jr. E. B. English R. T. Mirror J. C. Wiolror J g H. K Ellison Dr. T. A. Merrick D. B. Ellis Y . M. C. Fihhigah G. R. iMaloney C. K. Willis ' H. G. Greenman N. T. Mosby L. T, Wilson, jr. A A YV. B. Folkes. J. M. Parrish - C. B. Wood, Jr. G. A. Gary H.. D. Quarles J. W. Wightman G. B. Gary J. St. C. Richardson Kemper Yancey T. P. Gary N. J. 'Richards B. W. 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"+' vw- -14 lp g. F' ..q. 0 V I 1. 'if nl ,,.2"'J-"' I In 1925 wma . 'N M fa Ima 1. .lr- l l ll I i ll. ll. 5: . M21 llll .. D- -- . . .. -W ,. ..... - .., .. ,L l ll' E, , ,.,, 0 hyi ,,,. N! I In.'l1. f1.-- ll ll . ll ffxunnfii gil, fgi Phi Gamma Delta Founded at Washington and Jefferson College, lMay l, 1848 RHO CHI CHAPTER , V Chartered at Richmond College, 1890 gfqt Color: Royal Purple Flower: Heliotrope Publication: The Phi Gamma Delta FRATRIJS IN FACULTATE MQ - ' R. IJ. Loving, lvI.A.,Pn.D. E. B. Willingham, B.A.,Tli.lvI. s. C. Mitchell, Pn.D.,LL.D. I Clndinns H. Willis, B.S.,M.A. Elf Garnett Ryland, M.A.,Ph.D. ., 5:51 FRATRES IN CCLLEGIC l L. C. Addington J. N. Clark T. P. Parsley W. H. Atkins J. B. Crowder C. D. Quisenberry F. H. Atwill M. R. Doubles A. C. Rudd, Jr. 'Fail F. K. Bates W. D. Frazier G. H. Sharp . F. C. Broach Ben Hilliard l L. R. Slage tl J. A. Broaddus W. B. James, Jr. J. D. Whitehurst, Jr. N. Butler W. M. King M. E. Williams H. M. Chambers W. C. McCorkle C. W. 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Thurman, jr. :Q iiew 5 36 W -'la ' 1: 1' f,.' if 252.15 31563 ' 35,11 i L I .-X R. S. Christian, jr. Dr. H. S. Corey S. S. Cottrell Charles S. Phillips Perry R. Nugent I. H. Powell h J. M. Tompkins ' J. W. Trevillian V Morton Turnbull . Q Berkley Cox Thomas P. Parsley D. P. Tyler y J. T. E. Crump E. D. Quarles George W. Waite A. R. Davenport C. F. Ragsland G H. G. Warinner i V J. H. Donahue n H. S. Ragsland Robert Whittet, Jr. ' Malsolm Ray Doubles lvl. W. Ransome John D. Whitehurst, jr. A-- l J. E. Dunford T. D. Ransome g S. W. Whitehurst iilipl H. G. Ellet o. P. Redford L. M. Wnieenniei V lr ' - . . . ne Horace R. Eckles J. Hoge Ricks C. H. WllllS y B. R. Eldridge, Ji-. J. F. Ribble G. H. L. Winfrey 2 ' VVilliam Ellyson, Ji-. B. L. Robins J. T. VVingo w Dr. D. S. Freeman Hubel Robins J. G. Winston v G. M. Gaines ci. W. Ross W. F. 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V7 . . ll V K I h llfa5ll1, . y 1 appa p a l av 1 1 u Founded at Un1vers1ty of V1rg1n1a, March 1, 1868 ' 1 H123 oM1CRoN CHAPTER ll.',1l'1' Established at Richmond Colle e 1891 M11 r 4 N A lil! 1 , , Colors: Garnet and Gold Flower: Lzlly of the Valley V ' - l1lL'?1f?l A if 1 - Publlcatlonsz Shield and Diamond and Dagger and Key lSgg1j1'y ' 11",--ff If - -- li E ' F RATRES IN FACULTATE . 'vl I ' lllfll . , H. E. Hayden, Jr., M.A. R. A. Stewart, M.A.,Ph.D. P ' - 1- i1:vQg5f' ' 11" 1 so 1 Ili! 'gm . V FRATRES IN COLLEGIO .. 1 .. V T. W. Broaddus ' M. Lutz W. P. Hundley " " V ,. 1'Qm,1'." S. W. Chappell C. G. Pearson A. P. Javls V A. M. Duval H. M. Richardson W. L. Lawrence ., ,, , . . gl ' 'Q 111 V J. T. Frazler C. H. Sheppard W. B. Plulllps p W. P. Hood U. Tatum D. C. Wray R. E. T. Lewis H. Gary Garland E. Moss 1 v 1 M51 if 151.11 1 .. 5. V A 1 Y l L r ........ .. ... l. ,, .... -- ,... l lg vf""'? 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F. BHFHCS H. C. Gregory J. A. Pippin R. L. T. Beale J. T. Gresham D. L. Powers B. M. Bruner Rev. J. P. Gibboney H. M. Richardson p A. H. Blankingship Y. S. Hall M. C. Rose R. Blankinship G. M. Harwood R. R. Roberts H. W. Blanton Dr. J. S. Harwood, J C. C. Robinson, IVR I W. B. Blanton H. E. Hayden, Jr. Ellyson Robinson gI I. K. Bowman E. W. Henning Hall Robinson R. A. Brock Maj. LeRoy Hodges A. V. Russell Rev. O. E. Buckholst W. P. Hood W. K. Saunders RJ! R. W. Bugg George Howell VV. S. Shackleford I. A. Cabell J. W. Hundley C. H. Sheppard L43 J. W. Cabell A. M. Kimbrough Capt. J. R. Sheppard W4 M. A. Chambers, Jr. N. P. Langhorne W. A. Shepard 'vii S. W. Chappell H.. Leach C. A. Stedman E. T. Coleman A. Leach C. E. Stern, Jr. R. H. Corr F. Leach S. Sorg W. C. Coulbourne J. H. Leary G. A. Stevens Judge E. P. Cox A. W. Lee R. A. Stewart I. G. Craig S. L. Lacy O. Swineford W. G. Crockett A. s. Lloyd J. U. Tatum ' H. H. Dudley W. B. Lorrain W. L. Tiller I , , . . J. K. Tiller We I T Duke J M Lutz K. V W. E. Durham H. S. Mann Dr. J. A. Tipton ffl A. J. Duval W. H. Mann, Jr. J. Tolson H. G. Duval W. A. Magir T- P- Trigg, Jr. . J. B. Duval W. W. Martin Brig. Gtu. S. L..Waller Imj. R. C. Duval Dr. W. A. McGee, Jr. Dr. T. B. Washington G, A. Edwards C. L. Melson J. C. Williams R. s. Ellis C. W. Muutgarutr-y Dr. J. E. Walters 'I-,Q T. J. Frazier E. D. M00re J- D- Wfighf J. G. Frazier J, M, Newton, jr. J. VV. Witherspoon T. N. Gardner, Jr. F. W. Nalrle R. MCL. Whittet III . QQ tw SI 11- I ffl I at I QI I AIwmmm-WA-I-----M------Mrr-q-f-g---17 -I'-----W"-"M iifztiifi' .TJQTZT11 -TCf?"f?27ff-A rr Jfjffff fffif.. 1- gf- fi'f..i"iT:.Q5jfgi11.3.. '-Io for Q15L3:1.fg'11.ig1rf191255 I:-W ,..--W---.--I-::gif1rfgr..-4.1::.r::frf'r1'11' "tnti ' I t-i'W+t-t- -4'-'M 'rr' """ W--'T' -"G"--"'--'Mr Page One Hundred Se-'uenty tlu ee flhe 1925 WEB if, Wi':'fF:rs rv E A A fd E fp' 1 A A A. .- . lT iff wg? P1 Kappa Alpha ACTIVE CHAPTERS ,I xr' Anlpha .... University of Virginia l Beta .,.. Davidson College Gamma William and Mary College Delta .... Birmingham-Southern College y Zeta . . University of Tennessee l N! Eta .... Tulane University E- Theta . .. Southwestern Presby. University if A Iota .... Hampden-Sidney College Q Kappa Transylvania University A Mu ....... Presbyterian College of S. C. V Omicron . . . University of Richmond -- Pi ....... Vllashington and Lee University l V Sigma Vanderbilt University F " Tau ..... University of North Caroline Alabama Polytechnic Institute .. I Upsilon ll. l V Psi .......... North Georgia Agri. College I Omega ....... University of Kentucky il H Alpha Alpha . Trinity College l 'V Alpha Gamma Louisiana State University I Alpha Delta .. Georgia School of Tech. l V" Alpha EP51l0h N. C. State College of Agri. and I Alpha Zeta .... .... U niversity of Arkansas W V Alpha Era University of stare of Florida I Alpha Iota Millsa s Colle e Alpha Kappa - Missoupri Schogl of Mines E! Alpha Nh ---- University of Missouri I " Q Alpha Xl 0 -------- ...University of Cincinnati l V I Alph.a Omicron Southwestern University l A Alpha Pi ...... .... H oward College Alpha Rho Ohio State University l EJ Alpha Sigma .... .... U niversity of California I " fglplga Tall- ' -- University of Utah y H Alghg glpslloll New York University 1 .... I. S. C. .. lglpllla Chl Syracuse University . . Aliihi Iosriiega' gutgefti gollege- - l N! 1 . . . . gem gllpha ---- .... P ennsylvania State College L Nfl Beta cfm -'-- University of Washington L eta amma . .... University of Kansas Y l ge? 1?-Eeltfil --" University of New Mexico Big Zi? on . . . .... VVestern Reserve' University I '- gem E55 ..... I IIIIiroriffieefrsltiwffhiiiiilfilriimversity " B32 I tsta Cornell University . l U I Beta Igappgu Beloit College I . V Beta Lambdam... .... aracg1ilynUg11ve6s1ty . " Beta Mu ...... "" U Div r gton f Iffverslty .. Beta Nu ..... .Ore iinslfg Q l exa? C 1 rr Beta Xi ........ "" U nigelrsit 'gffuvffifa .Ol CSC p .. geta Omicron iil.Universit3y gf Oldlsailiiisriii l .. Big ELO' 'I .... University of Pennsylvania E H Beta Sigma H .... golorado College 5 I Beta Tau .... arnegne Institute of- Tech. li . Beta Upsilon . "" gnlvefslty of Mlclllgan A E , Beta Phi .... niversity of Colorado H . Beta Chi ' .... Purdue .Universitv I Beta Psi ..... "" U niversity of Minnesota J .. I Beta Omega i , .... IMercer University lr . Gamma Alpha ""U0'?lbaffl College A . . . . niversity of Al'abama gi , tl ,. ill tl lv L.. I . . . . University, of Nebraska Eng ji Gamma Beta lv' . A . at W' Q- f'f'f' .'1f:f'a Page One Hundred Sefventy-four A g fine 19.25 WEE 7 E I ' ' Y. i4?17?'i': W A Q5f?-:i"------"Fl'7l-ii'-iiLlf"TiLQ! A ""'1 ,Q Z-, T"jjf1,QQi,'1ii,'Q,.,2T -A - NT: if . Z ., i Ef 1 V , Qi' f A ' V V s f - --ii. ,-... 'f..-.l'ff"ifif '." 7 . A . 7 v . W, T W' i ' ll Y S l A i A if if 'rl llc U i fill iii l I f li im Iii lil , , sh ii A if , f -' - ' fliiifiliiig . 3 QQRRR.iiigiigiiglyJsigllflfflfiflgilgiiiiiiit - " 4. 'illiijiih f.'!'iJ?f,' il .- xmiii. 4. all i eff is f X XXX ,.v, . ,A , ' 'A :YK ",' ' V l Q1 Q ' .. . -. V Kappa Sigma liz' v Founded at the University of Virginia, 1860 BETA BETA CHAPTER A ' Established at University df Richmond, 1898 f Q, EQ Colors: Scarlet, White and Green Flower: Lilly of the Valley - Publications: The Cacluceus, The Star and Crescent V' . ' . FRATRES IN FACULTATE i , l W. L. Prince, M.A. qneadp C. L. Dodds, BA. gftfi T V' E FRATRES IN COLLEGIO W. R. Carlton Harry A. Hoke Joe W. Robinson A A ' ,, A. M. Cook Charles W. Kent H. F. Snead V G. F. Cook, Jr C. Y. McDaniel R. F. Slaughter, Jr. V A. Evans T. H. Williams, Jr. Lester E. Tharpe ,' r l a Joe Carson Richard Nicholls . E. M. Trimmer ggi Q, M. L. Hitt C. E. Reams R. V. Vaughn R. C. Robins A ,avi . lg .. g A vl -- L A A C A A ...... -Af A ,, :ff 1 A l , C i'gjf1:'W". Y: g ' :3"i"-YE" ,-gi Page One Hundred Sefventy-ji-ve Y 2 Z E s E Page One Hundred Sefuenty-six -QQ - e. 1925 wan on I L. n,l ,vj V 1 -1l V Nj . A v V o an as 4 V . V lt o V - V rL17, 593:2- l Fl l 1? L...-4 f Wk '-W 4 'ffl- ..Q..r-v,.e12nen..ef,n-.er....rg5 L Kappa Sigma FRATRES IN URBE l 1 I Q l 2 5 ' 5 P r P --iifzii' aeaee F'----""7"QL'f"'ij, for f-------3--f, --B -- - ---M -- -- ---------M-f .1 - . ,. , . , -- -a . . aa- .. .-.-------.-:-- -- t 4 V Q - 1 . - K W ig .. whim, 0 ' 0 41 o ,1 1 le If e V - o ,Dual 6 -- . 1 , - ' "P P we ' P a "'r'r"W'e"""'emmi O 51 V Q , 1 if E 1 Sw ' r NY l ' 1- Y-full 1 .. 1. 1 l 'll l ' l Q- ll 552 f 5 V v go ,1p,! 1 'Q 1 Y c 3. 12 if ll 1. 1 1 F 1 1 T. D. Anderson J. J. Hankins W, L, Prince .' j R- K- AlS0P Sam Hancock VV. C. Pulliam C- C- B-'irlfsflale T. B. Handy Davis T. Ratcliffe l -1,l1 C- S- BCUS M. H. Harris Claude E. Reams ", W- C- Bell R. B. Hatcher R. H. Rawlings J- L- Blanton John L. Harrison E. W. Ready 1 "P 35. , ' VV- C- Bowles H. A. Hayes , J. W. Rew VV- R- B0WleS Clifton VV. Henson O. M. Richardson li E- T- Bethel J. A. Hillsman B. C. Rice l . . R- C- Bethel J. L. Hundley I. T. Robinson Til J- D- Brady A. W. James David Robinson .-wi' lx H- G- Bllellarlarl R. M. jeffress B. H. Ruflin y G- B- Byrd T. C. Johnson, jr. Lorraine Sanders l V Samuel Cary W. R. Johnson A. F. Seward 1 on 'Rev. Fred Chenault W. C. Kappes ' G. G. Shannonhouse A- ,l- Cllewnlrlg, Jr- Chas. W. Kent W. A. Suitor G- C- Chewning R. Lancaster D. F. Simmons 'EY lg G- C- Clark R. H. Laird A. C. Sinton ir, Merle Cole . P. w. Lewis Williein Sinton M- L- C0f'C1'e-ll Wythe Long H. L. Snead well S- D- Craig A. O. Lynch Harold F. Snead 4.---1, W- W- Crump W. T. McCarthy Alfred T. Smith lp W. J. Day Dr. E. P. .McGavock H. M. srnirn, Jr. will B. H. Davis Edward McCarthy Hiram M. Smith W.,E. Dickerson R. C. McDaniel W. R. L. Smith, Jr. 3 v 1 R. W. Diggs T. VV. Mahone Rev. T. A. Smoot 5' -all Isaac Diggs W, S. P. Mayo R. H. Stoltz, jr. - ' li D. T. Donnon Raymond Massey ' J. L. Snydor ' C. H. Dunnaway VVilson Meek Thomas Swineford Thomas S. Dunnaway T, H. Mercer G. S. Stoclces I gl? T. F. S. Durette W, J. Miller VV. G. SU1tO1' M M. S. DesPortes - F. L. Montague O. F. Tabler e '41, M. S. Dimmock Hill Montague, jr. Pembroke T21Yl01' Hampton Ellington YVinston Montague W. B. Tennant .Q , William Ellington E, IF. Neal S. W. Tinsley . A. J. Ellis VV. N. Neal W. T. Fhompson, Ir. lov, 191 W. A. Evans, jr. - H. C. Neclett Horace L. Yillee ' ip Rives Fleming C, Eg Norman J. T. Waddlll V 1 W. L. Fleming R. O. Norris i J. Waddill 1-1, gl Hampton Fleming W. T. Oppenheimer Weing Wall T. B. Fishburn W. F. Patton E. T. VVest 'QLD R. c. Folger' D. B. Owen P. F. Whittaker p T. B. Gainfort J. O. Parremore W. W. W1ll1am.S 1 J. G. Gatewo-od J, B, Parrish R. A. Williams i X' g William G. Gardnes W, B. Pettway Tl10m3S Wllllamsw lr' lr C. B. Garnett R. C. Pettway F, D, Wilson l-Q R. C. Garlick, Jr. G. F. Pollard H. M. Wm . ll-I Edwin Goodwin - H. R. Pollard J. S. Woodward 5-,1- Dr. St. George Grinna Robert M. Pollard O. S. VVo0dWHrd J. S. Gray I. A. Price A- L- Welfofd P. C. Grigg - l 1. . -EE-f li 1? fill lg-El will 'l il: . . , ,,.,.,,,,,,, ..-,. .... . . J' TV .U - . -- -A one we a . ' P W ""'f"7'r",r , . .. 'll 1 . Q . ' . l 1 1 -1l 1f'?' --""-.'5W..' --i-K--A ""f'---1--ST'f7 Page One Hundred Seventy-sefven 1 4 N A A 1 n 1 I I ,'lI ESI IHII 'm U II ..I I I I I HI I I I II I I I I H 5 II III I? -I I I ..I I H E! II QI . I I 'I I I ..I I Q I I I I' I I I I I I I so I ul I I 1 I - I I I . I I -frail? I I I I II II . . I I. .- 'Y II II ,, JI I I I I I I I E I 'I I. E.. .II .I II II II I II I I :III :I ..- I II - I I -In I.. I I II 'I 'II I I .- I'I 'X la I ' I K I I X I I II I? 'x' .1 If AI. :.'.I.... - .ax II .I I I o I ,..I , I I I I I , I ,.- III I ,..I I I I-I-I. I I II A . i . I I I Jkf I I I Q 3 I 3 U., 1 .. I I I v L XI I , " ' "rw "'I' 'Y V ---'--rw-E W XI Q II ii Iv II I I2 ff " Q E U 1 5, .I,II I.I,, NW? I y L4 JV I F I 3 I I I 5: Q ' ' H M W if Y xii II xy I I I I., I Ars, 9 2221. IIIII ,I I III ff, gixf ivy IIE? Sigma Phi Epsilon I II III Founded at Richmond College in 1901 H It Ig N 4 IIE? A ALPHA CHAPTER ltd Colors: Royal Purple and Red Flowers: American Beauties and Violets 'f Q 'I I I Publications: The 'Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal gem .gl I District Deputy: E. Woodward II .I gp- I FRATRES IN ooLLEo1o Il S. K. McKee, Jr. C. P. Cheatwood I Authur Cosby C. E. Hoshall M. Tunstall, Jr. C. G. Rouse I T. R. Sanford, Jr. E. W. Savory H. C. Peterson " I L. H. Harmanson, Jr. ID. C. Jennings W. A. Vandergrift II VI F. R. Onley R. M. Usry S. Gale, Jr. I I. l. F. Bowles Ray Cromartie C. H. Robinson 1 i I V II II ,I sf, I Isl? IQ1 ' n ij Page One Hundred Sefventy-nine Q Page One Hu11drr'dEigl1ty -Xt W --...ug 1 1 'Q K, an X K K iv V J : X Cfhe 1925 was 43.1. 5 ll ' Q Thomas B. Aaron Dr. D. C. Ashton Trotter Bagley W. P. Barnes H. P. Bagley Dr. R. W. Bess D. W. Bowles A. E. Brewer Stuart Billups Morton C. Billups Rodney C. Berry J. Chambers Bristow Stuart Brown T. L. Brooke Dr. E. H. Brown Dr. B. F. Brown F. A. Brown F. W. Brown H. A. Bracey I. B. Bradshaw G. W. Booth VV. T. Burch V C. H. Beech Rev. J. W. Cammack Thomas L. Brooks E. G. Coiner F. F. Cline Alvin C. Cooper James M. Currin, Jr. J. M. Cocks Rev. E. L. Crowley x l VV' g. ly-55 I IQ? it I fb-gr ll Sigma Phi Epsilon V FRATRES IN URBE I Dr. J. M. Daugherty Edward B. Dunford W. S. G. Dulin ' C. W. Dickerson, Jr. Stuart Eanes R. W. Eanes Roy K..Fahl W. Carey Galleher R. D. Garcin, Jr. G. G. Garland J. Vaughn Gary Robert B. Gayle Seth Gayle, Jr. H. H. George, III E. B. Hardee Clyde M. Hull Howard K. Hogan Thomas L-. Howard William E. Harvey Rev. C. A. Jenkins Callon B. Jones G. F. Joyce Edwin R. james Frank G. Louthan Reuben J. Martin O. L. Maxey E. W. Miller Morgan R. Mills, Jr. U. H. Mills Wm. N. Mountjoy Chas. E. Moore . ' L i l Dr. T. B. Pearman V I V. Heth Percival l George I. Parrish . f Dr. Charles Phillips . H . William L. Phillips V i l - l A. D. Ramsey I VN G. S. Richardson 'il J. B. Smith ll William E. Sullivan l " s I. F. Strother I Otto Sturnpf I .,. I Howard YC. Spencer I V ' n iv G. Eric Sachers s.,,4,, Wm. B. Taylor ' l Curtis Thompson Chas. W. Throckmorton Dr. Dorsey G. Tyler Ly Leo. B. Tyson Stuart Trevette Hatton Valentine A H. C. Walker B lf E. Warren Wall 1, Chas. L. Walp A I . Chas. H. Watkins, Jr. f fa: Lloyd H. Williams VH. Johns E. Woodward N, T. N. VVoodfin Horace A. Wright J. Neal Wright Wesley Wright A. R. Bolton Hick Ham I V l i l l I Q ii: I all .nfs 1. I l tl xg? I-,I 'if V. '3 V' Qi 5 'le ix., I Jw,- .Y , .,.........,........,...... .......................................,..............a... 1 , J , xx , i . , . . AT . 5 . Q Q u 1 .A Q Q n 1 v . e f n r , 1 K ' l 4 7 5 P Page One Hundred Eighty-one I i 4. ii. Ri flhe 1925 gp pgggg Virginia Alpha .... West Virginia Beta .. Illinois Alpha .... Colorado Alpha ..... Pennsylvania Delta .... Virginia Delta ..... North Carolina Beta .. Ohio Alpha ........ Indiana Alpha .... New York Alpha .... Virginia Epsilon Virginia Zeta .... Georgia Alpha .. . Delaware Alpha . . . Virginia Eta ....... Arkansas Alpha ...... Pennsylvania Epsilon . .. Ohio Gamma ....... . Vermont Alpha ....... Alabama Alpha ......... North Carolina Gamma .. NewHampshire Alpha .... District of Columbia Alpha Kansas Alpha ........... California Alpha ......... Nebraska Alpha Washington Alpha .. Massachusetts Alpha .. New York Beta ..... Michigan Alpha .. Iowa ' Alpha .... Colorado Alpha Tennessee Alpha Missouri Alpha . . . Wisconsin Alpha . . . Pennsylvania Eta Ohio Epsilon ..... Colorado Gamma . . Minnesota Alpha .. . Iowa Beta ........ Iowa Gamma .... Montana Alpha .. Oregon Alpha Kansas Beta ...... Oklahoma Alpha .... Wisconsin Beta ....... North Carolina Delta Washington Beta ...... . F E' Sigma Phi Epsilon p ACTIVE CHAPTERS l ' University of Richmond . . . .West Virginia University . University of Illinois y University of Colorado . . . . University of Pennsylvania p William and Mary College North Carolina A. Sc M. College Ohio Northern University Purdue University ' Syracuse' University Vlfashington and Lee University Randolph-Macon College . . . . Georgia School of Technology . . . . Delaware State College University of Virginia University of Arkansas . . . .Lehigh University . . . .Ohio State, University Norwich University . . . . Alabama Polytechnic Institute p . .... Trinity College .. .... Dartmouth College George VVashington University . . .... Baker University . .... University of California .. . .University of Nebraska . . . .Washington State College ....Massachusetts Agricultural College 7 ... .Cornell University . . . . University of Michigan . ...Iowa Wesleyan College . . . .Denver University . . . . University of Tennessee . . . . 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Repass C. H.. Luebbert S. H. Ellyson Y 3 V S.. Liggan J. K. Richardson H -A M. J. Logan W. J. sydnof v A " 1 y W. J. M011 C. W. Thompson . 1 " T 91 . A 9 TY Q . . " v 1 Pave One Hundriad qhe 1925 WEB ff 4sf'.K"-1.15" ""'5a ' JC?" in 'TX f Alpha Beta Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta Eta Theta Ota Kappa Lambda U Omicron Rho .. " y Sigma Tau.. Upsilon . Pi.. I . . , Sl . . l Omega I Alpha " ' Alpha i Alpha I I Alpha Alpha I Alpha ,, y Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha I Alpha '- Alpha P ,, Alpha lv V v if Beta . . . Gamma .. Delta .... Epsilon .... Zeta .... Eta . . . Theta . . ota . . . Kappa Lambda . . . ll ...... Omricon . . . 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Pennsylvania State College University of Pittsburg University of Michigan Purdue University Leland Stanford University University of Rochester University of North Carolina l Dartmouth College f University of Indiana University of West Virginia Ohio State University Iowa State College ' Georgia School of Technology University of Deleware University of' Washington University of Minnesota b 'e' v me rj I Ol l 2 :LQ 3:9 pry: :Q.:4'f' cum.. caaus c: . - :QV I C 5 7 Page One Hundred Eighty-six l l 1 A 2 . 1 x fx! ,,. ie .1925 WEB T fl R Lambda Chi Alpha on gi! R R Li Founded at Boston Universify, November 2, 1909 " ALPHA CHI ZETA CHAPTER l Q n M' " . . . ' -R A . R , A R V 'lff"i Rf . f . .. fl- ii .. ' 1 'C .'.' 5 I lr E, AAA -4-2' e ge ,. R R' 1"' P ooo"oo 'ff' T Q, li' 1. V 14 J 2 .. 1 V' . . L l Q. Q . . , . .. - NJ ' .V Q, A Q- rm i Ei il 8 -Iain' IRI? .J V 1 1 PA 1 . 'f h , . .. Rf' li 'lax f . . .Xl gl ,4. , . -ps - ., Ns ' s., 2, I . 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Partridge A R. H. Griffin W. N. Parker Ei? J L. D. George A Page N. Rees Q T. S. Henning J .G. Reid . E' J. H. Henning W. E. snntn Ed' V J. D. Hart Dr. H. C. snntwnii " W. Harrahan, Jr Hal Sale 3. I! F. J. Hafling J. F. Sana XSL Y G. K. Taylor l .. ' ' v J- v ,Q if f 5- .sf YT i J f .. J J . e. -P-1 I C1""' :jf A "ii "K" PPTP Cif5"'TC 7 Y PP KKVV' Z WTC TTT A T Page One Hunciregiqlfgizky-nine. 4 l 1 flrllf-3 IQQO W 1 B TX 'U"L'i"'LY"1.'T"X. 'T'h.'T'L.'Y1 7?"??T" , To .gf . HT er, , , T711 Yiig- ' 1471! O 1' , fi, ' , , fi- w, . '- 'vxw-'iw-sv A W f,-1?f1rJc'a2f'vv,vv7A1q,.vpqf-mrzvqfc,i,.va,v,,n1l4:.1:x:uc'i,5vn.jcfsQ:ry9 D P . , A? L33 I: I K 5 if rfSx7,eQJS'xaLiln':xALh3L.slx1i.ussih.xv.L :Qa.L.La-fi.hLsw.1ut,4.ufg.a.:s,n.z1.z'4.1.4zA.:e .I . W" ""' ""' " 1 .:g ,Ile l Alpha 'if l Gamma .... Epsilon .. lp i Zeta 'l J! Iota .... . 'if 'l Lambda .... .la Beta l " fl Sigma Phi Q ,a'A. fl Delta .. L' -'N- 'ffl Pi ....... . f' Omicron 17.2 Mu l . i l l Tau.... 'c 'pl ffl Eta .. 'I Theta . 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College Franklin and Marshall College Syracuse University New Hampshire State College University of Richmond Ohio University Wabash University Western Reserve University Colby College University of Washington University of Akron University of Cincinnati University of Pittsburg Washington and Jefferson Denison University University of Chicago University of Nebraska Southern Methodist University Washington and Lee University Vanderbilt University Colorado Agricultural College M-lchigan Agricultural College Hamilton College Trinity College North Carolina State Kansas State College jfjfl Psi . Vigil Alpha Alpha . 'l X Alpha QQ? Alpha gf-fi Alpha Zeta .... l Alpha Alpha Lambda " ifl Alpha Alpha Alpha Phl '- A' Alpha Delta ,ggi Alpha ' Alpha Omricon 555, Alpha Mu ...... Alpha Eta ..... 'L 17 Alpha Alpha Upsilon Alpha Xi ...... .37 i ight.-1 Alpha lilly Alpha Kappa Alpha Nh ...... l, V Alpha Rho .... Alpha P ' A Gamma Alpha falxf Gamma Gamm Gamma Epsilon Gamma Zeta .. Gamma Iota . .. Gamma Lambda .lv Gamma Beta .. Gamma Sigma . Aw Gamma Phi Gamma Delta . at Gamma Pi .... ll V Gamma Omricon Ht! Gamma Eta lf V' Gamma Theta . l 1 . 5' Gamma Upsilon Gamma Xi .,.. ll V U4.r2o.J2s.:L154:Z..z.4:r? 7 Li:':L'- - 9 PI' P' ' '4' Page One Hundred Ninety U 4' il.: . FI ' .I L W II I L 1 s , I A 1925 I WEB Gil. - I Iif 'I ' CXJIE . I I .. SVI Hg I " I I ' icq le ' If-aw I Ii I V ialiid 'IU . . .. Honorary F ratem11:1es 2 x' I A V OMICRON DELTA KAPPA P J A , E535 I TAU KAPPA ALPHA G A Q 13 xg 3 I , I , I I I EA , f -0. I Ae . . 0 .. Local Fraternlues PHI DELTA OMEGA i, H TRI PHI I Q 'iii H MI II ' .., I ' I , , 5 I I any 1 ll I I eV I , i V E., if QI I-4 5952 5? Q , .. -5 if , 5 e .v 5 Eggs I I ,gas 5 wr Eta. xi I A mv- .Air A, I I 5, v I I -- I I- WM- ' ' A I -Y ,f ,N-ff 'I I . I A A I E QI A ,I., A 1 ,1,isrfvfa'vsfff?Vf4fV?f'W'f"'37'y 42' 2 I I 5 'vi eff' elf- "Ii-1,555 if I I V' 1: f , . I , , A l ,t . N, -Y A :V 'Q 2, . Q W . K. .1 Ji 1 j,fJFlA3S I' , . 12 V Page One Hundred Ninety-one I I I T I I .l, P L ' 1 I 5 Page One Hundred Ninety-tfLco ' 1 i .. 1925 .CWEB I , V . E l n li -Q.. , . YL - - . Q v, -: 4. g , W , 1 : s Q , . 1 f . C ,, 4 1 . 8 . f ii, mMuf E 'fi is 9 P E g . E .Q . E i"'W'-V gg E' gl li l . lg f , i Mi r CQ if , ix A V , . .. 7' L V it . l Q 3, :Le 1 Q i . i' l u ,- xxx l I' ' I. . X u-4 . . Q Omieron Delta Kappa R Q .. Q V l E .. , EPSILGN CIRCLE f Y h Omicron Delta Kappa National Honorary Fraternity, With membership based lvl 4' on all-round college life, was installed at the University of Richmond, Saturday, j March 12, 1912, Chi Eta Epsilon, a local club preceding. The local was formed and ' 3, I the national established here "in an endeavor to associate certain University of ,L NV i 4 E i N Richmond men Who have shown exceptional ability in various lines of ,college activities, ll i l Q who are men inhhigh ideals and aspirations, men Who are Willing to labor patiently, C . R honestly and fairly that the best interests of our university may be advanced wherever xql l i opportunity may afford, men who Wish to create a type of student to be recognized E' 5 R , i as possessing a University of Richmond stamp-one four-square to the world and free - L if from lovvness of purpose and ,mediocrity of vision, men Who believe in possessing an if-Qgf i 'E " unimpeachable sense of honor in cultivating an unblemished growth of character, and in l i U . ' " laboring ever that right actions may prevail." iii! . i - ,Ne w i lgiifig. .. y ACTIVE CHAPTERS E ' 1 4 V ll 'N ll 'j, F. M. Dobson ' J- Lutz ' , G- F- C0019 JT- E i E E Q C M Ed ii J iwll by .. H, B, Handy A. Evans, Jr. . . War S, T- lv i y fi W. L. Prince D. M. Miuei H. E. Snead A li A R. C, Astrop W. C. Atkins , K. A. Pate ' l Q l , E. B. Willingham E. C, Broach I J. 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Seward G. M. Turner Q H. Fanney B. P. Seward D. E. Westerman EI W. M. Godwin R. L. Seward W. G. Gladding D. w. Hartz w. R. Siivoy G. H. Wescott X L. M. Latane G. F. Smith, Jr. W. H. Woolfork w. F. Matthews w. M. snntn E.'A. Harrison R. E. King El x ly if . . Page One Hundred Ninety-.refuen 2 ? ? Page One Hundred Ninety-eight ' - 1 I n 1 I i'?X' is gl F5 N flhe 19 2 e WEB A 5 4 " ' 4 1 'f -. . . -V V ' ' - . . - ....:,.e.........,-Y - I tp, Yf,,, ,,,L,:,,.,,.,.-, AW.. ,A , ,.....--.......-AQ....ein xyl, Tri Phi Founded at Richmond College, February 8, 1917 . Colors: Blue mzdylVhite Flower: Cream Rose F RATRE IN FACULTATE Virgil R. Goode, LL.D. E5 Q1 Y , wg! ,os- , , E? E 1 rv 1. n R . .1 ,u-4 fe fe Q dxf? xv! he 1 4 i' Inq v, A A. A 5 I i . ,xg , i K Y' FRATRES IN CoLLEG1o J. Roy Saunders Herbert L. Smithers Verser Todd - Owen S. Livsie I William R. Moore Norman E. Scott Charles R. Brown Julian D. Martin Eugene W. Turner J. Moyer Mahaney Arthur D. Shands William E. Shands . i . 1 if FRATRES IN ALUMNI F. L. Albert A. B. Cook P. W. Perkins, Jr. B. F. Anderson W. R. Cosby John Prince - TEV W. L. Ball W. S. Drewery L. R. Ramsey - J. F. Barnes S. W. Duke S. A. Robbins, Jr. F.. D. Baugh L. E. Fuller Roy Saunders E35 F. C. Baugh Norwood Green C. H. Robinson 1. o. Beaty W. A. Hall A. A. Russell' u Senn Begkgt R. A. Hibbs M. H. Seawell W. S. Beckett Jeff Woodson H. P. Simpson O G. G. Burnette E. C. Hoover B. F. Skinner A. Burton Clarke 0. C. Jones THYIOY Smith W. L. Clarke C. T. Kincannon W. R. Southward, Jr. C. I. Cavanaugh J. Bi. Kincannon W. ,L.'Tiller R. F. Caverlee R. L. Lacy Toms A. C. Cheatham J. L. Lane S. D. Turner if H. L. Claud W. L. Mahaney, Jr. E. Weeks. , M. R. Combs R. T. Marsh, Jr. Jo Weeks - iii' I5 11? ,... I 7-93 5-E-I .IE E-fy-1 C. ' ' ., Page One Hundred Nznety-nine f I .4 n i ' i fi I 5 22. 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Eugene West H- HHdC10I'1 Dudley lv Cecil E. Kite Edward H. Pruden . . v Clifford E. Hoshall William C. Bentley Otto W. Pebworth J. Chester Swanson v v . V R? y 1 , r .---,-- --- .f-73-Y' , . f. DTQQYY. Page Tfwo Hundred Fzfve if ' ' ' , 17,2 , X 4 f r Page' Tfwo Hundred Six SI I UhQ 1925 INEB I I I i I N :lf I L ' Y "-'itil-2? 1 - 'ff"'2'L11..:::.-..t:11:,-n--f-----------M--.-Vf -W ' W' f I ' - . 1" -""f'-"' - kfrvwvwrlvwasmfzte. . :f-e. 1. IHCT''W3Q7"7""'T'f"'B"'-?'F--' 9l4f'T Qi. I gawk-uiffw-ix-Sfff- -f .sry W-mww'w""hh"9'm""""""I ' 'NI Kil I X! . I 1 P I . I ff ! IE-.1 'v I Q, I .. i I I . V Iv I V I I I if I l I -. ' Q I - I I I Y M ' Ch ' ' A ' ' IQ Ollflg GD S I'1St131'1 SSOC13.t101'1 IQ? V OFFICERS , CLAUDE ELSOM REAMS . . . ............ ...... P resident kj I v V 1 I I - Y NIASSIE LEE RAGLAND ......... . . .I'iee-President Q, 1 ' B WARREN FRANKLIN CUTHRIELL . . . ..... Secretary , 'ff I . I' - I , I . V i RAYMOND ELLIS BRANN . . . .Treasurer EV, I I " , J V I I -- I . I , I? CABINET 5 I A' A. J. Babcock, Social I. C. Swanson, Zllusic I-V ' , . . I W. C. Atklns, Program F. N. Taylor, Publzczty Irv G. B. Ferguson, Illerzzberslzip W. B. Denson, Mi.vsio1zs . N ' Q1 V , 1 . I v . j Y I LL V tg' an I un ' ll I f I I K Owl I V ,I iv I I I V I I'vI I ' V I v E ' I . I V I if Iwi v ' JI Xf .ai Q. , gpg! 'ig xg , A-W ,L L--- .- -R , R New--T.--Rf-,,I.eII ,I " - ,L .-..--.-- R--.-R.f--- EEEE M--':3f'g:J.i1'f"T3'7T . 1-I .wrw1rWyfK'1W1f'fY?NV71f7"Tf"7":'c":'i"'i"'fL4V1iQ28E: -J V' f V- I . ' "in .. ' .. "1"x.. 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Axf-iq" 1 F 1 19245 WEB aff ie ugh, ii A A A - Q PM . - .... g,3,l..3G lv Q X l X3 . ' o .1 P R .a E l gi Y J V .4 E3 V ' u xg. A .. f rs E3 " V y .. EJ D V lf YV. CLYDE ATKINS, President yi .LL we lf' . . ' . . . l X. Mlnlsterlal Assoclatlon g CQ A OFFICERS C s YQ l 'V Eg President .......... W. Clyde-Atkins Secretary .... ....... - Jesse E. Davis Vine-President ..... Massie L. Ragland Treasurer .. . .VVarren F. Cuthriell 3 S .Q MEIWBERS ' 3 'QT C. P. Anderson E. W. Dorey C. E. Kite ll. L. Ragland H. L. Arthur H. H. Dudley S. M. llacnonald T. P. Reynolds lf C. Ashley C. S. Duncan M. lblahaney T. L. Richardson W. C. Atkins R. E. Dunkum C. B. lVIartin E. Y. Robertson J A. C. Barnett J. S. Edminster H. R. Minor C. H. Robinson V A. E. Bridger E. R. Ferguson G. F. B..Mu11ir1 C. A. Saunders ,, X3 H. L. Bryant A. M. Finch O. B. lVIylum L. T. Shelby Q H. T. Burton W. B. Fitzgerald bl. E. Nichols W. F. Sheriff V' gil A P. B. Chenault H. T. Frazier W. S. Norman Slaughter Q3 M. o. Clark H. Gandy G. Pankey R. T. small E3 L. R. Clements H. M. Garland VV. R. Pankey E. S. Snead P. H. Clements M. P. German C. N. Parker P. R. Stubbs Q A. M. Cook N. R. Green L. A. Parker L. E. Tharpe E. A L. C. cfupp s. T. Haba F. J. Pease J. M- Tflmmfff AE. M. W. E. Cullers N. Hillhouse O. W. Pebworth A. L. Tomlinson W. F. Cuthriell C. S. Hobgood G. R. Poindexter W. R. Valden E E. Davis C. E. Hoshall L. L. Powell H. M. Waldron EL EVHB. genson H. A. ilqamelsl 1T3I!1lilE::lBH Xxiidfflp lg ' ' Oggms J' W' mc OC ' ' G. A. Wilkins . img ee H - -A 1- -A . T'ce -T I 'Z - . . .. - -,F , Page Tfwo Hundred Nine ., .--,Q.. ,,,- ..Y-.V-.-,, -.,.....,...-.M .- ... , .. - . .., . ,--,..-1-,--1'- 1 1...3.,--- -- --- --"-- " N " f N ' 1' Q Ju... - - ' ' -Y ,,w Y,-PM - H , ,,.--......,....,v.,--,1-1- Y., ..- -...--..-Q - -M-V -- -vi...-Q - -----V - W - - V- ---- --4 - - - Y --.A--n -,Ll-r' , f 'v - , -.., ff Y, V -,,., , , ' "" 1.1 i,"T"' .7 .......... -. vis' -W ,, . -1-E+ , . V- , - W--V-W -----I----H ---'-m-'--- R W -V, , , ,, ..,.-,.,. . Y ,A , . rv Y Y - 7 hu 2 Q 'E 'NE ,JI fi Q F 5- fi l 'Sl fu Q N l Y ,,--- VY 1-----Y--A LMA- ' President Secretary UFFICERS FALL TERM, 1924 . . . . .Jesse E. Davis Vice-President . . .Jesse L. Charlton Treasurer. . . . . . . . .Raymond E. Brann . . . .Harry M. Waldron V . I. WINTER TERM, 1925 President .Raymond E. Brann Vice-President esse L. Charlton Qezretary .... .... P eter H. Clements Treasurer. .. ...... Harry M. Waldron 3 1ls-Y. SPPRING TERM, 1925 if Preszdent ........ Warren F. Cuthriell Vice-President .... J. Chester Swanson Secretary ........ William E. Slaughter Treasurer ........ Harry hd. VValdron 'l MEMBERS C. H. Beale A H. M. Merman W. E. Slaughter W. C. Bentley C. E. Hoshall T L. Smithers A R. E. Brann ' 0. Hart R. C. Sneider g R. F. Bristow R. R. Jones A. S..Stepanian T J. L. Charlton K. F. Lee C. Swanson r P. H. Clements E. L Marilla W. A. Vandergrift K W. F. Cuthriell C. lVIeDaniel W. R. Vaiden T J. E. Davis G. F. B. Mullin H. M. Waldron y L. C. Davis I. E. Nicholls J. Williams el R. C. Dorsey A. Paau G. C. Whitee y M. P. German F. Pease C. B. lVIartin J. C. Green T L. Richardson D. Martin F. B. Gouidmas A. A, Rogers M. S- Shockley S. T. Habel T. L. Sene 0. WV. Fary Page Tswn Hundred Elefv L P -Q .tl Y 4? g V -P i i if i FSL-Zi--,Y H-- V - V-vw-if V H owl 4751201 H x - x b.s .' 5.4. .. Hag: 1 4 syx Q-. r .. .NSD a.z1a.wl puupzzzz .....,.. 4.1! ' I Q. i U A. o lu F 'F i E! ' 1 61 H H 5 ,an ' v V S 5. if S ,. -n P., H ..g sci . ,, 1 1 gr, Eli Q3 1' .5-R T r E3 E3 E3 E55 W X xx A 3 u. li il I ll t. 1. l I 1 :The 1925 WEB Q 4- so i n Q s QL L, Q X Y 2 0 iv H F v Q .. V Wx! g. LJ v ' ' 42 LL ,Q Q .. ,U U Y , Y OFFICERS QL TV FALL TERM, 1923 T V .. President ........... W. Clyde Atkins Vice-President .... William R. Pankey , Secretary ........ Willie B. Fitzgerald Treasurer ......... Howard L. Arthur 3 0 A '- WINTER TERM, 1925 I . ' President ......... William R. Pankey Vice-President ..... lVIassie L. Ragland Secretary ......... William B. Denson Treasurer ........ Howard L. Arthur A SPRING TERM, 1925 T H President ......... Edward H. Pruden Vice-President ....... James B. Blanks , Secretary ..... .... T . Eugene West Treasurer ......... Howard L. Arthur xg NIENIBERS ka C. J. Ashley R. w. Corr W. R. Pankey 'V W. C. Atkins L. R. Clements E. H. Pruden V ' C. P. Anderson W. B. Denson F. D. Pullen d , H. L. Arthur " R. G. Bledsoe " S. L. Cook 1 Q . A. M. Finch ' W. B. Fitzgerald N. R. Green lVI. L. Ragland G. R. Pointdexter C. H. Robinson Y ' v B. Blanks C. N. Parker C. A. Saunders . N F. B. Corr G. E. Pankey T. E. West fi, i ll NAT . - A-vQ ff 5'T""7. "3 i753P?f'7"f? ' Page Tfwo Hundred Tlzirleen 1 4 Page Tfwo Hundred Fourteen D Y 4 5 5 5 If ,..--"'..-"fp usxixlh Q FQTYIQFTQKY C r?im'mRwxwA.j Av- Preszdent Vzre Preszdent Secretary Treasurer Annual Represeniatzfze Tzler Rolvix Harlan W. L. Prince G. F. Cook, jr. T. Martz M. P. German O. S. Crute Masonic Club UFFICERS FACULTY MEMBERS F. M -Dobson Emil Saverio A MEMBERS G. B. Ferguson G. F. Mullin A. R. Carter. E. S. Snead GEORGE F CooK JR. THOMAS G I MARTZ MIN TER P GERMAE CEORGE B FERGUSON OTEY S. CRUTE C L Dodds " E. B.r- Wi'llingham K. A. Pate M. O. Clark I. T. lVIizell E. G. Winstead E. T. Miller '1'7iF'!' 'WI' 1' ll ll l ,l l fr l. Q. s 1, l 3 1 1 J r l Nl. ng' P on Q3 l la. gl E3 if li wi 3-A1 55: '-.gal 'Sql ral H . E Eva liiiw ssl was ?:-LEE l-4' nhl' Ml .l F R Who 1925 WEE v3 . ,L . . , , .... E.. S ...vlw W :f G H Mi ---N 7-MH'-Y-ww mm-mWvw.TWWi iii' 1 l I 2 - ' - ' C V 2 . . . A ' .F iiii ' E F: . : ' .S 'Fi i.i,i .Fi - RCFQSF E . - .See l ..i.R R ..- .R RR agar lv Q --ffw - 1--f .ea --1-U - . . ,.a-......,.-...- ,... .....E,..,-e...,,:..,,....i .Q Y. . S G .ik Yi . 3 if ll r , 'hd . . : . A l l ' ....... ............ . gl . . . . , L.: gg -e - - ..... ,,,, R , El ' l l N . N , U A ' A ---- .. LY . T lk,l if ' - i ' . . . .... J . 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' ' :., Ha-5 ' , ,M .,. , .,,, , fm-:.-6: ,. ' .f,p,!.f,g,1-,-'.,.:, gg..-., ,ff WV x,5f,,Ww, ,,.,. - I W, 1 ,WA V, ,Q V, , , A ' . K f y , X ,, ' Q. " V , ' , 2 -,nflfif ,, 'LVN E , "" - ----. f , Q ' - " 'I 51 . ll 1 . , , 1 .. . .: , 1 Page Tfwo Hundred Szxteen 'A -4 I ! 2. I. 5 R Tflze 1925 WEB V Q. V' 1 . R 'V Q vii 21' v lf lf so rl' ' F I 3 E!! M Q Q Sf . B 5 E- Q? Q. . Y Ui j . Sp1der Band ff Eal R C. Swanson, Directoif J- W- Gaddy S. McDonald C. Bentley, Jr. Q ' E- W- SaV0fY F. W. Wenzel L. Richardson g R. F. slnngnnn . H. M. Waldron R. G. Phillips R .. -. R P VV. E. Tomlinson C. R. Gibson L. C. Davis C. D. Moore C. E. Heshall W. R. Tanner if Q C. S. Woodson P. Whitfield R. Nicholls 5. J. Moore F. R. Swanson J. P. White, Jr. E Ml N ' F. N. Taylor R. Fleming v V . J tn- ! V ' V n .5 Q 51 " Q, hi " .L W " Q se E- ? ff ,IJ - - -- fn- eff...-fe-1-ff-11-'-1-::'v.:q-::::'f''W fn? f ,....:- :ff -----.-V. -.. ' 4 gf Page Tfwo Hundred Sefventeen .-it -1-..- -.,..-i., ,. , 1 - 1 V v, l I 2 1? 'T V 1 V I W, N 4 , 1 .w 1 P H I i r Page Tfwo Hundred Eighteen 1 l X -.,f +1 y . itil 3 l- .Q 1 lg, lx, my .L lil U Q 'Ei by lg. YV lim fx fill cgi I Q-' .oo, B bfi 'ie , gi H 1. re ' as H We .5 k ! :H ll td EC? .wr 1 v 4 1' ,l .. ' M 1 X. , 1 W l""' l994 -..-lfYEBl . l o . 1- , .. M W., ,Q-an V if 1 .4 , F v F ll . k V ll V Q Q German Club " Colors: Blue and Gold , OFFICERS V Q President ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, V Vice-President. . . oe -o . . . . . .VVILLIAM H. ROPEI3 " . . 1-. .FRANK H. ATWILL Q Seffffflfy . . . . .... F. . .HORACE H. EDWARDS v of Treasurer . . ,,,, , . in l na . MEMBERS CABELL B. PHILLIPS -1 Z. V 7 V ! y SQ , Q 1 . v l l W. Moscow Huntley Chas. M. Edwards, Jr. Lewis G. Chewning E2 James L. Bartol ' Faulkner C. Boach W. Dempsey Frazier - Eg Alvin Babcock Claude F.. Reams A. Judson Evans Harold F. Snead G. Fred Cook F V 5 s l V V Li lv .I no V l 1 EQ ' . QL B B v l Q . . I l' ""'Tm"TT""foTf-Tf'ro7""''-'A'-ri-'r'g'T" ' 'f "A. E 'Mj:f'f:I'e'r"j""f 7"'7Q1"""'f" If W' 'fkf'f'7'f' TQ "" 7 gg,-fir-r"7m7uI' u7'fFo7"m' l Page Tfwo Hundred Nineteen Page Tico Hundred Tfwenly Crime 1925 WEBI ., K? W H Q7 .aff .. L a Yrff H,.--.. . .Law .Ap ,X . . . - -C 'Z-1,-...qi .q,5,, .- , , gig i ,, ',:Y:'9,,f'E7, F 'Zh Yi . "'jS'j5"X'l"1y"SV .4 B s Q Q. K E3 35 iv ig 5 50 na x -1 uf as I E E S v Q Q Q S Y 5 F sr ga Ivlaryland Club OFFICERS . ..... J. CHESTER SNVANSON . . . .WILLIAM M. GIBSON WILLIAM E. SLAUGHTER .I. EMERSON HICKS, IR. MEMBEIRS F. D. Pullen Prof. Rolvix Harlan . VV. R. Vaiden Prof. H. B. Handy " C. E. Hoshall Prof. H. L. Hayden J. Prevas Ea E3 W W 5 I mf I -L L.. - I M ww, I,'g'Q.f-I g figira'-ff-fff. . IIII I L an I , f-1 -Y E! '- ' 1 . ',:,:,g, H gg, W .:.1,:.,:w1L.?:.'..:1..---f-L-3---3-'-"f-- J-'HI -:L """ ' W ' ' ' 'M W ' ig..--EJ Page Tun Hundred Tfwenly one Page Tfwo Hundred Twenty-Zfwo n i J. n i r ' 1 ,T bg :Ihre 19.2.1 wiggg rx ii 1 Y Y " fx-Til?-TTT ' :..f "' e--fff:"f'fv,Neff-ef-31-li--Iggfe A,.,,, Y,:, H ,Y Q ,WMU Y H - ig in AA A 2 5 i - - . . - is rv". 'ws . ei .e ee. effee-fat-fe-. ee i is ' S th fl i O 9 FT 2 Y T , . u western Successful Salesmen OFFICERS .4 g , t A A x 1 E V 5 . , K I V K. A. Pate, P1 es. W. E. Norman, lllgr. E. S. Snead, Jr., Segy. I f - SV V IN. R. Green, I. Pres. F. S. Kay, Asst. Mg.,. P. H. Clements, Trms' l y f f I DIRECTGRS G :Le L. R. Clements C. Green VV. R. Moore lx .f 9 I J- W- Hundley G. s. Goode W. D. Street G. H. Delk W. c. Elliott Judson Fry .Q ' A G. E. Pankey S, V, Chaffin .. x ,- - e V I0 .P l It was, upon the football field, in the autumn days of '22, when Iffirst gazed into , I the eyes of the originator of this mysterious organization. I noted with great interest I . ' , . 5 X" 'z Y that he carried an unusually heavy hand-bag, but was not surprised at this, when I VE - I found out that he hailed from the rough edges of the Tennessee mountains. This was Q' I , 0 no other than the Honorable K. A. Pate. ' I 1 I i E 'VP 1 l , In the summer of '23 ten University of Richmond students, under the guidance iff ' - . I . . 1 i of Mr. Pate, journeyed to Southern Georgia, where we spent our vacation selling ,QE I Bibles tothe Negroes, as well as the Georgia Crackers. Only those who visited the I Sunny South can appreciate the thrilling experience we "Book-Agents" had. ' . - V 2 ' f . . . I V I Again, the summer of '24 saw twenty-two University of Richmond students leave if i , for the States of Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee and Kentucky, where we spent our va- V1 I cation distributing Bibles into the homes where they were needed. Our experiences in T ' the Northwest were of a rich variety, and contrasting them with those of Georgia, were ifv lg . . ' - If Q ' i as different as black and white. sq 1. I 4 ,Egg It was a happy gang when we "Book-Agentsn were all assembled back at the University of Richmond last fall. Prior to this time very little was thought about I organizing our club. But immediately, we realized that a perfected organization was v , needed, so the club was organized, now known as The Southwestern Successful Sales- f If V men I I I I ' an ' V I-Lf XE IV i In name the organization is young, but it really had its beginning in the fall of .. - '22. Likewise the membership is small, but its nobleness of character, and high ideals Y " assures its future success. i n . . F. S. 'Kay, Hwzorzcm. wifi N ' V lib, Ng -. I ,, . .-...-..e--e-e---M---M---N----f--M"--?""ri i' "c" 'I gg , D . I . fze-- ---V4 if-iw fe-.::i1..::.::.1T:...LIfl -----W-eff-e-fee-1 :rf-"'f-"5 T W TT if - T I Page T:-wo Hundred Tfwenty-three l l I g . 1 4 I 2 Z I DEBATING AND FORENSIC COUNCIL C. H. Robinson,C Seal H. B. Handy A. S. Stepanian E. H. Pruden E, Davis H. BI. Herman W, C, Atkins Page Tfwo Hundred Tfwenty-four CAROLINE COUNTY CLUB Colors: Pink and Wlzife Favorite Drink: Cider Rflottoz Stick To It. OFFICERS President ..... ............. ....... W 1 LLIAM B. DENSON Secretary .... ..... P ERRY lVI. PENNY Annual Rejwresentatifve.. ............ .... T HOMAS E. CAMPBELL, JR. IVIEMBERS R. S. Bowers T. E. Campbell, Jr. R. C. Dorsey P. M. Penny G. A. Barker E. T. Vaughan, Jr. W. B. Denson R. T. Smith C. D. Brooksf Page Two Hundred Twenty-fifve .gf 5 L. 1 ,fl M. Nj X. E .1 g CHATHAM TRAINING SCHGOL CLUB A I. R. Saunders, VV. A. Brockenbrough, E. L. Minter, G. F. B. Mullin CP1'es.D, J. G. Glasgow, N. R. Green, V. H. Goode, W. A. Thornhill, H. L. Arthur, A. R. Carter, P. A. Creath, B. C. Minter, O. W. Pebworth, C. E. Kite, C. P. Anderson, L. R. Clements, S. L. Creath, G. S. Goode, M. L. Ragland, O. B. Mylum, Page Tfwo Hundred Tfzcerzty-.fix G. R. Poindexter, E. H. Doggins, T. R. Sanford. f CHINESE CLUB Bliss K. F. Cheung A. Paau CP1'es.D Bliss Y. F. Leung C. K. VVong T. L. Sena K. Nlok P. Nfok Pagz' Tmcn Hundred Tfwenty-.sjefven FORK UNION CLUB A. B. Bloxo-m, G. B. Ferguson, W. R. Tanner, C. B. Martin, W. R. Pankey, A. M. Finch H. M. Wlaldron, C. E. Hoshall, J. VV. Dillon, R. N. Sibold, E. W. Savory, H. C. jones, L. D. Siegfried, J. A. Paau, M. P. German, VV. F. Cuthriell, NI, O. Clark L. E. Tharpe, W. B. Fitzgerald, F. D. Pullen. Page Two Hundred Tfwenty-eight BLUEFIELD CLUB C. H. Lansdell, A. C. Chandler CPresj., T. Phlegar, K. Stinson, E. Graham, A. Sexton, J. O. Hart, C. James, C. B. Martin, G. James, P. G. Rouse, I. M. Litz, M. Lazenby. Page Tfwo Hundred Twenty-nine i 2 1 Page Tfwo Hundred Tlzirfy :Q 5-fi, Ep F . 3 I E . V U Na 1 1925 WEB -----Y - ..- -V-W V V R- - -Y-Y ... V-V .--..kia - AA...-.Q-W -....,. ,,.......,....,,..... .--...-...Mr-, --N --f V V --W Y YY. Y.. Y --f., ,w..1, .,,,,....., l ,l gl f . ' I " .i . 4: ,. 1 . y i :V ' i fl ..g 4 V it F i"""""""""mR v' i I O . Alpha Delta gl xl Founded at University of Richmond, 1923 I lg Colors: White and Copper , Flower: Wlzite Rose gill . V . 3 . Alpha Delta is a local club formed exclusively of ministerial students. It was B 'ill A organized in April 1923 for the purpose of encouraging and fostering the ideal of lv' E Service as the basis of the ministerial profession, to promote the study of truth wher- t ll ever it may be found, with a view towards securing the highest ethical idealsg to act ll A as a medium between other professional men, instructors, students and others who are . interested in the development of the study of Religion, to develop high moral, pro- E fessional and scholastic standards in its members, and to encourage cordial intercourse among its members and members of the ministerial profession as a whole. g EQ- ,r A CHARTER MEMBERS ' 1 hx 5 ll W. R. Pankey W. R. Keefe- G. E. Pankey W. G. Keith - N. B. Farris F. J. Pease YV. R. Carner A. E. Bowers A FRATRES IN COLLEGIO M. O. ciofio G. E. Pankey E. H. Doggins it W. R. Pankey Y. Robertson G. A. Wilkins F. Pease H. L. Bryant O. B. Mylum E. R. Ferguson . ' '57 ai ERATRES IN ALUMNI I W. G. Keith B. H. Moody A.,F.. Bowers if ll W. R. Carner N. B. Farris W. R. Keefe W. I. Crowder , E., 5. Mis lfgvgll f , ls N451 - . 'iv-it - Ali? A do --W . 1 " rw... . Q?f't2.2f?51d?f't1 24 J- ' .,g."F2-"n,ff-'mf'?'3 , ,, "Pj ,i.o Page Two Hundred Thirty-ang Q SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA CLUB D. M. Miller, V. H. Goode, J. G. Glasgow QPres.j, J. T. Frazier, G. F. Hagy, J. VV. Dillon, Eb. Witten, R. E. Dunkley, D. C. Wray, T. L. George VV.,H. Newcomb, VV. G. Richardson, A. P. Newcomb, F. N. Taylor, J. P. McCoy. I. M. Mahaney, M. P. Adkerson, M. S. Shockley, C. Minter, R. H. Bowen, J. T. Noffsinger, Jr. Page Tfwo Hundred Thirty-tfwo Page Tfwo Hundred Thirty-three 1 i CIb.e 1925 WEB M A 'I If .s A y A .- , 1 1. is-'isa e .see and ei--f-g D Z Q 1 . . A A A W I fl -. ' X I XA ' , . s X v A fa AQ: , ..4 ix W , ,W X-A 1 0 V I I, 20 W y f f g ef? .- X! IV 2 , , K , A 'A' X, ' 1 A A , Q. .Vg I ux 4, ,. y H y T7 X ': ' Q? ' K ,PZ y IV i 'L O Cop fa, fm. ., X .I .2 'J 'O c il ' 'Z ' QQ if JO Q 1 Q 0A sv ,,.V 0 ' o ,,f- ghd? I - ,Z , 0 Q O 'Q Q- " 0 ' "W 1 LLM '7 c O' 0 'jf 'I 'Q " qu IX 'f ii , ' any - 'x xi ' " I W ,-19 0 0 0 9 o 0 O ' ' ' vo - .ififlifg - I t 4 --T163 0 'I O ff - O O - 2.-. fijisifff -5 .. -?L-ffzfrssfe ,14 7 -ff 1 Lf.: ' ' 'xi' ' D ' l 1 vi , -3- -1.-J W -V Q! l H ' Hey You! Laugh! . hge . "If QBeing BUNK swiped and concocted by C. H. Robinsonj. in I Q", l N .. 'I E I l o .Al We have received notice that beginning With the next session the University of Richmond will include: Richmond College, Westhampton College, The Law School, The Business School, and JETER HALL. We want toiknovv vvhy they don't take in the Cherry Club? Frosh.: "What's the theme of this poem ?,' George: "Why, I'm sorry, I don't remember.. You see I wrote it over a week ago." Dumb: "Isn't nature Wonderful ?" ,!. .. Dumber: "HoWsat ?"' I E. 1 Dumb: "VVhy, she gives us all faces, but sheilets us pick our own teeth!" 1 ' , Courting may be the light of love, but marriage is the gas-bill. I 53. I .. n Absolutely: "I got operated on last week." Positively: "What kind of an operation did you have ?" U Ab: "A man took ten bones right out of my hand! V i '5'5'giat,2f2.aa.' 5 'Wti'.W2.,'5K2..fa..Q.,'f" 'W F V'3',.-:L....1.,k 5 W -4 4 - I . A 4 L Page Tfwo Hundred Thirty-four ' ff-" 's I 5 'a .! .V .4 I ! 'v I 'i O I . I ' I4 2 n I 1 I ,I .1 yd ,.! .-J 5.4 IJ :N A I 1 's l 'a N Q 1 .. 'I git N I, 'F Q l o l I 4 - I I 4 E . Q E s N A , , I x Q N I x 4 N is I E s ii lib lc! Q s I 1 l l 1 1 .14 X 1 C Q l 1 Ei Vvi , ll 1 ii If fl El, lee 1 rt 'x94:,i1 j'..l5l ,i14'fl' :ww l'lE.,fL is H11 igfiiil . pg-11 i lglill 'fiiij af. 1 . 1 1 li: SV! 11 0 1 ax. 1 M111 111 1:33 1 '31 E411 .E 11 fe ?1 Tiff Q1 gg 1 12511 , ,fl L '7n"31l1 We 1925 WEB i . , 1 i EJ 11 W f --L--f n,,H-vm, - H ' r i ' ' g . , .. v 1 V 1 .. 101 "I wonder if they will miss me at 1 y home," said the ball-player as he MEMOR IES rounded third. or A RAT 1 PA WADE 1 it's usually a solo. :u1 1 1 When a man sings his own praises H All is not cold that shivers. li! I l l .,-e-.c,-J-- Xha-X -S George has 21 glrl who is so modest that she even gets her liquor from a 1 V 1 boot-limber. F ...Y v 1 1 1 Never mind, ladies, no battle was IV ' lx"l A ily' ever won without powder. . Mary: "A little bird told me that you were going to buy me a diamond ring." Fred: "lt must have been a little cuckoo." gl Thank you for the applause-as an encore they will whistle the air:-"No matter how fast a fish swims he never perspiresfl t 1 1 First Flea Qon Post Toasties boxl : "What,s your hurry?" No. 2 Qlikewise situatedl : 4'Don't you see that sign 'tear along this edge'?" l V 1 . . n 4 X i He who laughs last hasprobably had it , What has your son A learned in college explained to him. , g. H Q 9 F The College quartet will now render the 1 popular melody :---"He was a Knight of the 'Garter because he was one of the King's i l Supporters." '1 I 13" l ' hcl Wrathful Father: "My daughter, Fd 1 1 1,--1 have you know, sprang from a line of 'I 1 He has lear- ned to ask for money in auch a way that it seems like an honor to give it to him? V E5 V V 1 V o V 'en V ' V , 3 X! 5 vs 1 f peers. .. Qi v Young Man: "That,s nothing. My , father jumped off a dock once." iii 12,1 jf 4 Mff Tfmff'g'T"'i"'i"7TTfffT7',,4F -zivsgvrff F .1 . F .. Page Tfwo Hundred Thirty-ffvg 2 4 C l so no ,lp . I ,. -x l, . , l 17. My I X l C 'mi Q " .. 1 i rc- gr tv vis 4.11, J li!!! .il LJ ,, - i ,ee ffiff-ff,-:fe-15f,igfpgffyiffff-:f5f,::ff5i?2iiFfrf N I ffigi. 1. l U , g p wg -MNvwmwdwm-MM,A,,g,N,,,W4---aww..- K 3 3 5. lf- Qf A ' V E24 1 ' I 6 ll? if is Q UIIIII V l nz I3 l 93 c X, CV 1 .. Q EM i V 'E' 1 if g. l ii V 2 9 1 IQ 1 V -1- ., Q E' . 1? lv .Q T V w Q Nl . Q l Q V , TQ y V iii- gi .., p N l l ,ae Tl p as y T v r -' f' H ' V C W ti . .. Ye ' Richmond ross or -Puzzle 5 . V V 1 Q HORIZONTAL ' I The head of this Christian Educational Characteristic of Freshmen-and some .. Institution. girls. .. On Tues. and Thurs. for two hours. What a girl is supposed to say when :V p A prof. you ask her for a kiss. " l N Next to myself I love ...... best. Dr. Loving talks a lot about this man. What a good umpire says when Cook A beverage seldom seen. V -- catches the ball. A make of automobile. ., The men in this fraternity catch the 12 Something which your roommate wears. if o'clock car. Good on Greek. Qabbrj M There are two darn good colors. This A spot. CScarce, but Oh, how usefullj 0 V is one 'of them. You just know she has 'ern. Csingj V .. Two of this plus Nboysw is what some A conference of this sort was held in , V call us. i VVashington. CWe had one on ,V lg " Try and get this. I Churchill the other night.j H p , We like this prof. CHe gives us C's.j Dates at Westhampton would be all , What surrounds glasses? A right but for- Q! .. Most colleges have them Cnot 'beans'j. VVe know a man who majored in the H V V Gone but not forgotten. first year of this course. fabbrtj 'V . " Here's to the man who makes Spider A farm implement we hope never to yy - I teams! use, vt MV Gas Slingers. Cabbrj E . Nl i . . if-Y , ,A ' , A , C A , A CT ,,. Y V ' Page Tfwb Hundred Thirty-.fix f' rf! .EQ H? .fi Z 1. NV g I 1,-3 l l ll lf Hi . 1 1 ,. 4 I I ui: U Viv 1, A .4 I ffl VM i 4 1 ,. l USN ll W !' iv A .1 - fl' l il . l lux liv N Q lt. it il -1 l N Elf x g. ill' ,IQ sl, ga IE I Q i E Q l Sli l 1 l Ii, ,, 4. .i, ill! 1 . M. ., . :Els lll 1 iii le if if ll ' 1 s. '4 :ti 'l aw . lf nl i. l l l Q. 4 Q. l l ie Q. ll ,i L -.-fr Tw A -. t X14 as 1 'EK 11.31 i 1 15. War! 2 Q' i":?l i: 5"f ,. 5 1 5 E .1, K ESQ 9 fl in S51 S? 0 4 l 1 XJ 424, if I lid. LH E-41 ffl, ETF. ,VH l'1 1-'li N31 V.. will M. tail v .531 kai? v,,,..,,-,. n 17-wi-nr' ' ' F l x li -4 - , - The 19?-5 WEB. DQ va vj vi it it 6 4 H--4 Q k ' VERTICAL - 2. Famous sort of candy. CTO' be had at Student Shoppe.j 3. Athletic Association. Caabr.l V 4. A room in the Gym. 5. Westhampton Lover's Union. Cabbr.j 6. A very Green Person. 7. "I'm. .: 1. .with my profs," said the soph. as he entered the faculty meeting. V l 8. Preposition. ' 9. "Oh" and two of this makes a good expression. 11. This is not a military school but this man wears a uniform. ., 16. Her lips say No, No,, but thereklin her eyes! 1 ' 18. 1-2 Cherry Club. Cabbrj K H A 19. The relation of Brockenbrough to this Annual. .-- V V 21. They have ea day of this sort at Westhampton every year. V 22. Same as 17 across. .. 23. Bone. V 25. Kind of animal owned by Dr. Ryland. 26. Radio message you send home when you're broke. Vi 27. Color associated with 15 across. N 28. New word just discovered in Po-land. A Q .. 29. Prominent person around Jester Hall. .. v' 30. Use your imagination here. V 1 " l 36. Small animal whose knees have received much attention. ' 1 i 38. "My big athletic-,H She cried as she threw her arms around the football player. 39. Money Order. Qabbrzj ,. 40. Preposition. V11 41 You need a stron one of these in football and at Vifesthampton. g -- 44. Trait of freshmen. 4 45. Why men leave home. ' 46. What we give three and two for. , 1 X . 47. New cord just discovered in Petersburg. 49. "You know me, lf' " 51. 15 of these make a good yell. 52. A very femine pronoun. of " I donlt know about puzzles, but me and my girl have plenty of cros s words. . ...lx 15 l wuzu THE ANNUAL comesouv 5 V A eg TQ 1 ff N 1 5' f W V H al ff 0 I Q 6017, Z I FN ' V 0 mop I '41 '- X 5 Z f fl I f y f A .. y ,..--4 ex X f f Q 5 ,X XVI :.f"f B-R! N 'K lxf 'V 9 Gt ! l W . ZX 2 ' 1 W! Gigi - l ... ..- -K e feeeee 1 1, E 11 , . mm. ix' . '- l..............,,,.........,,..-..---.uMw-W---44 , . .. ,i'3T'. if' . ' 2z'r1,V . - ' .,.,.,--,n-.------ --- ------------' -'H-'t Page Tfwo Hundred Thirty-.vefven 01' OP! -slwvu f --xr 5. Is the only one for me. When tomatoes are growing fhey have to be bugged. Thev have to be-----. Patron Please bring me the sugar. Waitress Fine or cut plug?" Patron Oh just as vou chews. Q 1925 wee f7"Tl?T'+ f-'f'T:i . ,xv J"'9'Z 1- 'o' '04-1' ' Aw? Q:-:Z 1 ,fx.,aSf. C ..Qw:qiEw.,g,Li,i,.1g,g,,g ,:iaM.,gi..Jie5.ea+T2m.f5fg,m,fia.w:im.g3:5:a.f.f,iWM 'A "'i""': 'L' MM' JM ig, i v Q -8 4 TSM I v There s H20 1n the Ocean, Fhere s H20 1n the sea But my Churchhlll mamma, "THE SKIN YOU LOVE T0 ToUcH" ...df -NN Soph: "I see where they are using corn whiskey in the Z mov1es.', , Junior: "What for?" Soph: "To make 'm reel." Fresh: "lim a little stiff from Polo." Co-ed: "You don't say-Why I have some friends living there." ' h, G. Q She: "How dare you swear before me ?,' He: "How did I know you wanted to One of the Profs dons Ye College attire. Sweat. Hrsdn , . I K l :E W li l- .. ll? 154 in ?un 9 M, l 4 lei .- la 3 l .J Q3 la lv V5 iii 1 X2 Iv V i 5 lb' Ea, li .. E I 3 fx N R . f 'v N.. 5 .4 -J 1' .J v l 1 F l V l 1 i I . r i L i r 5 1 l Z l ,. ! .u ' a 1 S 1 x 1 l in 'l 1 1 1 C . 3,15 B I Pi Y. N N 1? . g --g -gn -M gi gn E920 f X N! E5 1 Y e 52 F4 e v mf " 3 A ,, V ' fx 1 " c Z3 gum E . V v f 5 f' Q A Q 0 , I I QHBAZL Qkw 27 1 xi . e T V. p I I s A JW JQZ 5 P up ,il H J ff Wk , ,J C7 2225 M T lf W l lf 'l iw Ng ffl E i 5 ' K I , ' A , Q Z , ' ' Z7 N- I " E! To Z Me I Qs JT N' f lf- .,,1 - 1 - . at yy .. I I ly , ' 5 X1 4 l l l ' I pf! I I . L 1. QW S f- T ' f E5 N .fi f V ' ' 5 l .PQ S E, V X Q f 1 lt. if 'V' -2--f i 5 cy Q lv if f f i K ll 28,4 W3 H f :'- N ' A L 5 ll' HH, . .Hey lg LJL . Y T f Y f 5 - f -mfg + YW" T3 Ye QOL'-Q38 pony Shiga : .v NAv13lY M?-nl y NIV' liAf?, CIAQL 7hJb,'.f1, J4,,'f 74,11 V fa-r tw BMJ! MHP- - - k p The following selections are taken from the volume-"Pomes of Pashunn by I. ltr' gif v p Rite Freely. They mark a new step in poetic art, on the camp-us, and are hereby given QE! the O. K. for the lviessinger. xflg On' t I ' - I, lt 214 "I wondr why the Ronins sing? If she wants to play or sing, 35? - , . 1 5,25 1 They never get applause." It s time to go. U i 1 . I If oler your watch she's lingering, M A Ulu I hke lt's time to go. T P V tie Is Mildred Jane ' - - ' i' -M3 f If she wants your signet ring, Q24 1 V Shi never saYS- . V Frat house pin and everything, gif Can t can again' CSpeak, O Death, where is Thy Sting?j ' H X , I 5 . X3 Tell me not, Goh, I beseech you, It S time to go' l That I must arise f9dHY, . If the parlor clock strikes two, I When my head is throbbing, thumping hrs time to go. gv 3 .. M And it seems 1111 pass away. If her father drops 3 Shoe, 3 v p 'T lf Let me linger 'neath the covers, his time to go. yt E Cooling sheets of snowy white, IS She sweetly Says to y0u,- fa 1 And in my hand please place a lily ffstay a little longer, dog, V T In memory of 3' jug drained night' Get your hat and then skidoo, 'V ' l H . I ' ' t . i ' , vi I have a House made out of bricks. t S time O go lg .yr . , .. Have one? tv 2 -. 3, , " Vv gg i 3,53 lb' E931 iii T' i T 4 u r rm--- - -- - l -A T H ' -if--e. - a - ---1---if Zfmf"' . , . V ,a .. rm! 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X Q1 I . 6 Q Q if 3 l QQ ' " l l G il , l l W E I Published bg the Senior Class of ll 5 lllesihampton Colleqe - Y llniuersitq of Richmond, Dirqinia N it Wi o e i w E. l I l : ol I l . i 5 ,i. n i 5 .,g l i i l .-l 3 U i 1' i A l 51 U U E2 Qs W? h Y ll on 3 ..i N J W v. 'N V ll . I 3 1: 1 1 i-- ' ... l ii 1 I 1 xl. 1 llni .. 1 'Q X' ,qi I l 3 wi 'sn I ' 1. Is. 3 I vw- W- -- - V V. ,. 1'ZY'A--5957 I3 V- gum. X ,ix .mu '15"1f,!I?f,"?:1-Ei'?c2UAfVf fn.:-P 'u.ar'1ywi,'a:.-xi-!n.:.sc!A'SJ.b:'--bl'AL 54 MAIN ' f,AJ ,4,3r2,Q,,gr..,,,hf,v.fgp,7,5f ,. ,,.. 3 -V o'jQ"""'"'I""'f'I1T1'21'Tf""'i' f""-'i"""::':-'rfeyp LW-f--f ---- MV.. - ,L ir.,, . -, . ---"""A' ' . A 'o ' Page Taco Hundred Forty-one Page Tfwo Hundrkd Forty-tfwo A sax? t dhe 1925 xveu fp A e f aa: A :fr att, -rv 5,474 MT- It as-N A X- - . 'Mt""rf-+G' I I i A7 AT'ZV'TYf'Y'EY2V.KV'Z9ZfiY mu 'ffil-Tiff?-,-gli.: Tliiflfiffff 5-Q ' '.nffx..n.' Qi :vi to on 'f -errtewrrr Ml 'Q Ml I wi .. 5 l wn 4' .. 3 V T V V 3 V 5 .1 ll' 4 n won lv il 'I Y iw ga-wif? raw, F 3 W F I W .. L. 3 U U 4 Song gy If I could sing as I can see, When evening fills the sky, I O My song should blend with harmony, ,, Cf long light slantinghon the grass, V , H y Of tree-tops dark and still, H A glimpse of water through the boughs, Y Andshadows ,cross the hill. V g . 4 Light and trees, shadow and hill ' " Are thine Alma hlaterl f V - If I could sing as I can know When musing silently, Q I ,In swelling, high, .clear notes I'd show il The joyful waking mind of youth, Q The treasures that abide, ' " The power of yearning after truth, " I Of thinking deep and wide. N Youth and power, gift of thought Ei Are thine Alma Mater! 'XI If I could sing as I can love, Q When I am far away, gl, A deep-toned melody would move Around the world and back again,- B The path of my desire,- M When golden-gloried memories Would till my heart with fire. Path and fire, my song and I EQ ' I Are thine Alma Mater! v I vo I sl I u .- E' la, ,,,V,,,,x,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ii,,, ,, ..., ,,,, K ... Y. -A..,--AM.-- --ff ff" W" ""' 'J ' ' Qmffff' fffif ..,.i . vjlcvvrx-1's."Fwow-...X-rw la"WR1't'i1wwfM-A 'X:ewm '1"efs:s'm - I fe -- - 5 5 I ,., ., 7A ,, , , ' ,-.-., -7..1'.-4 aut. 1:5 I--J if: SDI' :M ,A :kv ' 11 HQ ,J -A, ,wM,.?.,-Yi. ,Q-,,x.,,R, ,C ,Ti,X',-vw-!.l,,.N-K1-ix. V 4' 3 377-fjf3igf3f5ffgi3g,Qfg?g,13, 4 ,.,,4g::1, 4. ,:,,:,1,1::i tg. M... t my V My lx? . if I SUSIE BLAIR. I I tm i ig gf Q A4514 V i gli t wifi tml QE U I V li IM' ..5 15 -. si l'v'! it lu wig if vi ...I I . IEEE 2,-351 VE Q V3 tw? Wf av iwl if'v:iI.1I than il rx' EM! igwifi Zig! ,., v.. leg, 'ns Vi 'T fifii Vp gg.. 3 VII , F M95 "vis he :ffl QM! wif iiifi r. . F "1 wi lg-14,1 . il ' V W Page Tfwo Hundred Forty-three 1fq,g MPM ?r'Z7'f F'J"'i. 1 1 w 3 n. v H .X if? EJ ? RJ.. if ' 1 N? wr 3? hd fi 1 4 , 4 h I Y.. 155 Mt, Wi M2 Sis "mv E14 R ,'s.' IEQQ W3 i' E45 Ui Q z ,U 5 V ,fl ' 1 X f l Y x '33 E". Q 'fl C? ga Wg .- '.a 5 i 3 152-ai 3 -:QW QW gan 4 'J 1541 I 5 x QA 1 .ang 1 iff' ilu , ., 1 -Sv' xi 5'-nfl: 1' L , ,, X "lx ,E-fy WV QU, ti i Page , ff if! ffjf K Q P f T A -H -,,,,....---..-.'-T5---3-5--::g,,.,g:A"'fii,' nfl' "" " ' - 'VH :Ziff -4 f'l'-ff "'5 77-'Z' ' i Q, 'v V V v V ' 1 1 f f H --FL LT' W . V MISS NITA L. BUTLER ' Sponlsor for 1925 during year 1922 , V A Q Tfwo Hundred.Forty-four V an W W ,. AK , ,, f . ---M-----f-----N-- Q -A v Q j,f1:iglgj:55??ffnN3kRiW1fy, : I .'f,4rv-Jlrranvfafrzvlvzvzvzvf. - 4 Q vw-'v ,J . r li. MISS PAULINE TURNBULL Sponsor for 1925 from 1923 to 1925 I 1 1 A 1 .TT w Page Tfwo Hundred Forty-ffve 1 w ,tint .' 'I tv' 'a 'af Z 'C f 1' 'f ,px i ft Ill .fs .f ft .t u, Q s N 7 K 'A .., Z 4 E I ' 3 -t 111 -iv. xQitiJ1l .- 1. giufi .,t i w v 4 I. U 1 1 . t t . 1 s 4 tr. t I 1 i iff' 15 ',.-' lg 1 wt rl 'V 33536 M itll 52' Q25 I 3 .. E311 Q X, I si' ., is 9 El 'V ,aff QQ mga Tower Staff 555 A Yi? Elsie Nolan . ...... Editor-in-Chief V 1 l Ruby Foster - - - ..... Business Manager y Ruby Shelhorse .. .......,..... Assistant Editor Lila Crenshaw Assistant Business Manager Wilma Spanglfff - .............. Literary Editor Margaret Taylor .. ......... Art Editor ,, y V Margaret Harlan ....... ..... A ssistant Art Editor Rebecca Brockenbrough ...'... Kodak Editor l l . . , ,, M-aflofle Rhodes ---- .... A tmttis Editst ty H Mary Mason ......... '...- C lub Editor Mary Hall Drlnkard ' .......... Joke Editor Alis Loehr ........... .... A dvertising Manager ig, lf? G P it fx' , race uc ett . . . l ..... Staff Stenographer ll 'luha Decker " ...... Circulation Manager 1 Evelyn Bristow D . 'Sophomore Represenattive - A --sss tssst' 1 ' ' Page Tfwo Hundred Forty-.fix 7 are-fjfa-fr:iQs':'ff X.-.,, ..,. ' scsi fit'-2 y 1: KL 9 'S r A ' fxfrxqs L . f,, f 1, 5 -fa . f Atfwf 1 Q1 '2' c32?2'if.Q ff Z Page Tfwo Hundred Forty-.refven I 1 i w i Page Tfwo Hundred Forty-eight Introducing the Senior Class l H - , ' 1, 1 1 I - L ' 1 W .T I 'E ' '-'L 1' Q.: 'A Q1 GLADYS FLEMING WRIGHT - 3 ef, President ZZ, JJ if' 'WI' W CN me I c Page Taco lflznzdred Forty-nine e l e 5 i l l l i 2 X i 9 4 r n no Q H- bis. Mm AA H Y M ,H LY:,::,A:-:n. f'.'g,i3ff'Eyk-.IYF5 i"T'QQQQTIQif, ,,.,A y iff "" Ife1:'f5f4i:'f.g1e:'?'ig3flH - if F3-i.:.V 9 Q Scsi- ffggs- Q' vi xi isa t 5, a 1251! . fi: i yi M: lv 53? U 3 ip v"i c H.- M- 4 X U l .. 3 . v 5 R'flL Y l K' V ' l - F lf," 5 l l l iff' i f l --' Nl 1 ,lX,J' D an FJI if i i my V l 5 2 " 1 i , i .t ,V 3 L v l l . 1 9 f .. l .. I , j ll i ' V11 E nil 1 r? 1 . .E , GLADYS FLEMING WRIGHT i . p t DOSWELL, VA. E, H ll.. A f -. + ' V ! ,, Q Applicant for B. A. Degree ll " i iv- a il TY it , - l V 1 1 -. i Gladys was our Rat dream of perfection, and, instead of being tarnished with U' , X 1 . l , ' i,32 years as mnrnany dreanw are apt to be, dns one has groyvn ciearer and stronger. fill, l i 2. . A . . . . i "Glad-Eyes" as the Grecian bride in floating scarlet robes, her black eyes sparkling lj '- p and vivaciousg G. Wright in red bloomers as a dashing Back in hockey, or a sure For- .. f Ward in basketball, or Gladys just as Gladys, acting up for her admirers, holds a place V5 in 25's heart that could never be filled by another. VX! G QV., bd gap may ii!! ark! Fwd EEW I s MV he - . ,.. ..., ttta. y .., .--M l pf A . . .'.-'flizifl'ff'?T'5.l'il'li"9".if It - :F-"T'7'dTffTfi-"f"" l ' N ' ' we::.a5'w:.xswaiff1:Ji: lc 3, ' c 'fit ,..ii':.ig.1" . ."'1 -- ,W-- Y--1 -- - A -"'r""""""J' Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty , c , p I l w 1 1 1 w , i l X. fl 2355 Q x- -.. 5-, Q, -3 V fo A U o V. 1. no V no V V n as V an an 1V i 0 1 1.r 1 v 'v 1'v 1v 1'v 1Vv 1 'v Yu' , 1 'V I 5. EV, t.. Q 4 1 I g. I ul 5-121,11 ,,. Nj .X . , , , 1 - fl ff? lv-'L 1 ., 1 1:-Q, -N en. 1 ' 11 'E-F 2 mf ' 11 tw 1 J--Q---W '1'-' -- 'K'- 1 1 iM AG A gl, FI7ASH frorrr two sparkling, mis- chievouwfgreets us when Bean blows 11foff5NkWesthampton "ses- 1 srolnfylfs -always with a charac- V I PJ Cf 'A 'x A I r , terisfc form of! greeting that she Li -3, ma eslyher entry-thus she has iL4".va-1-A bee abelled"'Qhe original." b Ifel' 'tfffittingly termed effer- vescent, IS .pZe"'o'fi'rii'efoi1tstanding features of her u f1'q experxspnixality. The College Humor is qpite spperfhuoflrs in the circle of Bueanls frliends- or caAnLlStephen Leacock himself boast of a ything better than some of the Ugenjsl' lthat J e oflher creation. And let us noi forget hexxlin ieriuityfon her melodi- ous Havylaiizih gfufita 1. M' Bean , as been wi -'us onlyXtwo years but she ha fbecome suc vita X at of us that ,rf . ry, - we wqnder how wexever git l ng without her. Sli: w fs not ,just a Ju i r College ad- dition bht a addition of gelxiu' , J 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 l , A plicant for B.A. Hegre:-: ji l , 111 ! 9 . , 1 1 1 . 1 1 , 1 1 ' 1 Z 1 sl 1 1 1 ,M 1 I1 x 1 'I 1 1 bfi ill, 11 , 1 11 -- RY" as you might, you can never X I with less trouble than any ot er S 1g1rl of her size can carry our K" -R 1 And ,as for attempting to disturb R 5 ' qher w-hile she is concentrating on la-1faS,g,mw1.f151iZ9Ekey ball, well- thafs hopeless! She lgriowdgwhere she's go- ing, and has no intentidnffdfrxbeing stopped. We both eifivyiand marvel' atxsuch poise in one so youfngf-rx xvxx-.-.D Whethe5BQs'i,e bestows upon you her charming smile or shows her approval by that delicious giggle, you feel that you have been rewarded. E' fl il B ' sh l l six 1 usiter essie. e can,carry classes with asf' much ease, and , V, . . .Rh - ' , 1 1 h 1 X 1 I V1 K 7 1 ' ' 1 f . 03511551 i ' I ' nr ' X Applicant for B.A. Degree M W if il l Li'-X15A.:I4A4.r?4.L?,nrrz-,fa'.'f:f-" f ' 'f ' .5 T., 4 E. i,,!,41 . 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 A A .., ...,..,.. -a.,a,-QM, K, , JM dw' -t 1 ---Y ---H-----------W Aw.-- ..Y., W-, M, An, -dgg MM-w X 1 Y h 4 l 1 I:::f-'tr'- --L-.,..ir.-Y,,-..,.---..,11':::r if lil we 'e't11l1 351 iff! Clif V1 1111 1,11 il 1--v 1- 11 1 1 11'-ff' 1 l 111 ! l- ' 1, ,11 111l 11, 1111 11 1 115 , 11, if 1 ,V jp. 1I11 11 E 161 111 115 Q1 1 :QQ 11 1 3 ll E5 11 1 1 11 1 ,sf 351 ll11 114 W1 11' 11111511 1111 1511 111 161 IIN iiil if 11 ' , 1 ll liz? I1 I1 il 1,15 i1 11, 1'YE'1 1113 1 11 1 l "fl 111 1 ill 1 1 :if i i i I 1? l iixg 1- I 1 l lgigifi I-4-iTt'MmEm-fiii-feelmfifl 15. Q 'ELIZABETH G.-ABERNATHY 51 311 1 V Hopkinsville, Ky. 1 if 1 1 1 fit-tr 1 .amaaaM.aaaEMag1 1 ta L19 I i 3 151115111 1 1 I tif' I 1 " 1 Weil 1 'rind 1 W 1 lffii 1 21 1 1:1225 1 111g l I 1 l lgiiii rl? 1 51,4253 ' 1 lug-A 11 1 1112 1 1 151 ' 1,551 - 1 -A if I 1112? C - E f 1 lb 1 lksw il im'-I""""'w" Wiiiil ll 1 l 152915 1 '1 ELIZABETH J. ANDERSON 1 A11 151 155113 l 1 X ' Richmond, Va. ' U 1 1 lil lil 51 Hifi U1 51 1g E151-. 111 flu 11:4 l: 1111 11 IJTI' we 11 , 1 13 l il 1 1 21 1 1 1 z l 1 11 , 1 E 1 1 K X 1 1Q, 11. 1 11., V 1 1'1 ' 11.', 1 ,. Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty-one 1 .f f 1.--'e 1 I 11 1 Nfl 1 11.5 fffai ,, A , . e, 3.- .-e H . . . , , 7 ., l ff H S, UCK is one of those girls who can ,ll break up,,yQAur ten-mmute dates, ie, l iii N 3 ' U and m'3kg,.eXQy7 do what you dont 2 A lm w figge ll want fpjdeofagd yet, XOH 11 IOVC QQ E3 l 2 :H l lg her" j.ust'jthe"same. lt 15 CHSY to T xy y vi iw Ty y fofgige ,hier forlher 1ncessant ac- Q M we twgiyrais' Hopse Presldent when lv vt lil ll' wi we ,Ezahze that it was 1n connse- quence of hei po ugarritpf and out-standing ll Xa gli l ability thatffglosggdnt es!-'were thrust upo,n .Ve 1 ll W ff. ll l her, N0 5i1a'tter.,Wha.-Bxck gets 1nto, shes 5 N fill ll ' the ringleader. She has aliiart lil CVC1'Yth1ng 'V J l A that goes bnl whether it s. olding down the Q .. I l ll 5 m0re-01.-llass Highty junidlgclfaiss as its presr- l v H g l l I dgflty leaqllin the zidgvolulfrilly Hrgjhty Sophomore l ' 1 , M 5 l class to yictory as 1ts Kgylgl! gagtam, playrng' l ,-- l l l l the rolezfgif 'XQtLner"l"m thefilunror Scandals, l lxge M ll or hitting the high s-Knits W thithe Harmony .. ffl I ll Houndsf As a stucllen sh l'SXf'lsI1 the h0I10r AV fi roll cl-ass. et, anlfid it al, ck always . " vi l lL-gg. .e .,,4,,:. tty S finds tirnxe to lend A elping hand .whenever A QM v ' ve JS ffifye X H l U5 ELMAR.flf'0PE AXZHTON est and Lmo sympathetic flex nd a college l .. V V ig L lc mon ' , ' girl was eve 1 lessed sivrth. l iv l i g ' g, l 14 phca for B.A. lg-gree vs 5. l ll l l . 1. V li . v' ,,ll 1 , 3 1 ' if f ee l fl r l l A .. e l 5 em l 1' l . .. l I' Clf 5 ,J ,C , l 3 , V S f "'e" f l 1 z f l l l 1 e it l if e e e ew if f l . .. y y SUSIE NICHOLAS BLAIR ly i l Q tv 'X L Scotsville. Va. 'jj X V vel , l l R J gy l I l NEA YBODY Xsifsf up I and takes E41 l l l l no 'ce when Susie getslxilp to make - 'AV' l ' l a talk, whether she's ple ding that V oil l l up X we luse lemon Jbtion to make the Q N T1 i I Womanls Building gno , or re- Q V i I lportmg on a Student 'iovernment it l H ,5'eNfz, lXConve.nt1on, because!Secls1e has that -- ll ,I 5 1 ' nA fC E1Hg somethmg V Q , spicy out o t e ost d mmonplace happen- " N U f ings. We can't imagiingji-Q1 play Without l u I 1' f Susie. In Aaclgl-,we just nanuhae think of a 2' . ll Westhamgtongplay aska-d-r a ish a big ll- ll part for a littie girl. Su e quint- QV Qi! 'l essence of presiding in Student Gov- l wil ll ernment meetingg but she's also capable of , V impersonating the little Dean with' such I' g- ,f ll ll 1 success that we roar with laughter, and Miss . V l Keller, looking on from the back of the Red l V lli, 3 L Cross Building pinches herself to make sure f V l g g g M E fshe s there. ll . iffg ll H'-"'ff""'W"m'r""'sBeef-Tele' 5 Applicant for B.A. Degree . e 'Ea i ll F x l -e l , l g fe- S-We --Q--W-W-we . my l Mm'fff'fQ.'nff"lff7fiTl'if1'.f71fffT'f'TTQ"fgi, Q v M17'fN""'f"n"'T7"'-""MiL' i"" 'TN "" fl'-TA"'A-, ,- '-7l.QQQl.ZT"T.' " "jg,,1gij3g11,:',,N, gg-W-1-3 ---f --'---'-e-'fW-wf----+V- ee -----7---e -'-e-- ee--- -X--efmafew-1:"e""'i if Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty-tfwo "' -A------H -W --V--V-..-Y-.......,,,,..,.,.,,,...,-,.,,-,,,,-,,,,M4 -Q-www'-1 g N p www, YN I Q V-WM-V H Y gT,,,K,,,.?..,,..e.-cn .f si 32 XV. .5 5 f '- s. ff' .gg ,ea :H H 1 5 , l leo l -1 4:4 4 U ,N 4 H vi l ! 4 l , x V. gl 4V4 I 4 A 1 4 4 4 4 I 4 , 1 4 4 kg VW 1 l 1 P413 I ani WV, l..'f ,Vi 5 4 4 no 1. 4, nV"! It 4 lv! l l il- ' llkv F24 -ff"f'1i7 24 il 'Vp .xv l, , i I 2 4 4 4 I 4 , i ll 14 l il 4: 44, I -x l it 1- ' is we . 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As a figure 'n the social regime of col- lege shels everf1'eady,Nl2i1t,.Xscghen that superior mind of hers setsibixygokrkigkn vveightier mat- ters she C3l'ly47VJl1h EQEiS'Y bring forth an A from a te t.4 4 -. Boaty hai ibeconre popfiilzir through her democratic syiirit, hich, cfmlqined with an enviable mount gf tactyalnd diplomacy, is one of hezi' outstandl glrokhgaravgderistics. The w er has a ed X one of its Win- ning ny?liJhs,lX"gdne SK Zliegwfancy diving fetes o ,,fMackiSennc-:tis disciplexare beyond her aquigc accomplisixments. H513 sparkling wit and miabsle disposition aie given her a host of devptees vyho join In-sproclaiming her a "la -y oijlxtalentsf' May 'ynot call her versatile? 7 Appliqan for Bl.A. Degree ' 2 ! Aw 1 -f UU 1 I 3 rl l'll F l r l4 1 X 7' xl 4 4 ll ' 1 4! l ll 5 il 4 4 il X, 4 5 f K N 4 Ll PROFOUNDX interestl 'in ever ' . i I I y- lthing concernkd with ,Westhamp- lton life and ideals, true sports- fmanship, and a fittinglsense of 3,3 CA' gfreshness havejwon thegright f-01' Becky to wear her P1l,Alpha pm. T She lives from day to day animated something ,far,.,de'eper and far more sinceifeef-than-,m'6re lcollege pep. It -would not seem rightgth pass over her.a.th- letic achievements, forfnotfonly her untiring interest, blit'h'er splerlilfl vvorlgxfor three years on the hockey Varsityxha-ssmeant much to Westharriptonj Applicant for B.A. Degree v --,ywy q -v , I 4 F? 'T 'Ti-fHf'Th .- ' . tK'Q.'5Jl"w"af1,'v"xg1v'X.'fWf s 'X ' EE., ij-'li-Lgr',f':i..-k,. g Z3 rf 1 fy u,,,..Yg. !F,?.E:A.!-A..,,R,. la:-'YZ' frivtviltnr-asMa::r:':flL - - ---- Y .YY ,W , , ,H ,,,,,,,, , ,H W, .4 '- W --- --Y 4 V t...r..,. ,..r M r- ,,,o ,Vr, , M. ,-mn-m,MWm,m, 3 4 , 4 4 I 1 4 1 V 4 I 4l 44 fjl i li 4 4 --l 4.41 P l 1 l 45 ' 1 I 'Q ,4 , l sl l 5 ' ll l ll l il U 1 l -l i H EVELYN M. BOATWRIGHT ' ' l University of Richmond, Va. i l I ,. Vl 44 1 f I ' REBECCA L. BOCKENBROUGH 1 l lvl Richmond, Va. l li we 4 I W4 l, Ifk l ll ll l if l 1 l ' ' l Ll l l fl il 1 1 I W 4 4 i li .4 I ill l l l W 4 - r g4.,.51 Wgsg5,,::.:,QTirj1g,qgg.:'igggIi,,f,21f,w, fs 7 4' '41 A-a.'.i:5iuf:fTv,:gifafff L .- Wi-'I ,144 gm E5 4 X' 4 V 4 ,, lv NJ 'af 1 A i i I 5 Q 1 l 4 'w- Nl un V 1. xr iv 5-- l Eur 'NJ l. l I I X V f 4k lg 4 4. lv Q.. l , '54 55125 we iw' 544 My liek? IQHI4' l ff, r,,f.' 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'1 1 1 s Q '11 "11 1 1 171 ELIZABET-H GLENN BUTLER 11 1 1 .21 Q1 Richmond, Va. I E11 1 . ' Jc,-- 1 I F M-,,,,w,,,-, ,,.,. - ..,.. -.,,-...-.-.. 1,11 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M I 11 11 A1 .. I QE 11V 1111 '1 1"1 1 . 111 ' - 1 1111 1V 1111 1 1 1 1111 E11 I 21 51 111 1 1V 11, 151 111 1111 '1V1 I1 iw 1 11 1 114 111 11 1 1 '1 1 11 51 T11 111 11 I 1 . 1 1 ' 1 I 1 i I 1 13 1-111 W W1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 .1 11 , 1 11 1 11.i2iEEf?f:i3Ei1i:'1iff:t5:i1?111i1i:E::,Ti:,:?::'t17iiiiii'11 1 1 i1 - 111 1,2151 E11 NY1-1' 6 1 K7 1 ,p1s.:m..f.fJ.!w-.1.1..1s..ma-f.-.-w,.-1,f11. -. 11 LV--1 11,11 ,X 11 111: 1.1 4Wm,,, WW, tv,,M,t,,,,, tw 7 , 1 tif 14 'Q 911 lea..- ..-,...-.,, -.....,--- '1 ff- ffeqtj-its in 1. 11 1,' 'ei 4 11.-.f 1.114 ' 1 1 """"' "".TTTA "T'lQ'T',IT'1'f' " M"f1"f'Tx 'i "' Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty-four 1- ,,.v,.-,---....,, , .,,..,--., . M, AW, ,,,.a,,,, E FEEL that we can sing with the A musical comedy-"BroWnee, a lit- tle bit offsa-ltzijand sweetness"- a 1 about,our,"Erri5:x Emo is a very solemn ,little 'girly who impresses you greatly with j.lglC1' dignity until your-Qcatchfrher eyxes and see the sparklzemfiri them? and many's the time her soft vloice engjrsl,-into the conversa- tion to set the,,comp'anyf1Xi1tp1.a roar of laugh- ter. For svveetnesxs BZr1Jvvn1e canit be beat. She'd even giye up her1 'Quntlay rvory soap and chocolate1sauce1 for youqanytlme. And to complete" the picture Brownie 'leads her second hockey1team1 rioblyon td, victory and manages tb be Vicex-Pr1CSident1' of Student Government and a weai'i2PiX1o'f a Pi Alpha 1 '51 X .Pit '21 Fir Gil ffnoli . 1 1 r , 1 - Pm' IM I Q1 '11 1 Applicant for,i1B.1fX. Degreeit -,Xi 1 111 X 11 1-Z .NL j J 1 1111 ,111 1- I 1 .11 if ,' 1 . '1 11? 1 i 1 1 1 X 1 1 1 I 1 13. 1 til. 1 1 B. I -1 1,1 1' 'XR X1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 if" 1 .ii I 5,11 1 K pg 511 iv!! :fp 1 1 - '1 1 1 1 i 1 I 1' 1 1 1 13 11 1 1 51 41 , 1 1 1 11 1 1i 1, I 11 i f 1 1 11 i I .1 1 1 . 1 HEN'1vve look atvButts we stop and vyonder how the same person can 1 attend Country Club dances, sup- port the Social Hockey Team, make V A on her classes, and still fi-nd time fe 1 i I if to emborider daintily! j'!Because ,511 2.1 of her varied interests,she has not spenLmuch -ElRI'IC'.6'l'T the carripus and most of 'ussli'av?'segn lier in tempting flashes. Only affew arE?NXp,p'ivileged to say that behind Herigeneral store ofwinpformation which we allvadmire, berlea-thathatxr-idlistinct charm and finish lyvhich a mere Ellinipse of her reveals, lies'fh'e' treasure of a Warm and lovable friend. Applicant for B.A. Degree 1.13111 Qu 1 MQ1 ill? i1:1ff1 13111 HQ" 1 gli' 1131 15W 191, IMI 11311 Nw! lwj 1'x!', M11 ' 1 Iii R"'11 1.. 1? 1t,1 13411 1v M 11211 141 IVI 1.-1 1t? 1:--A 13 11111 12-1 IV ,,.1 151 llQ1 1H1 Ita 1..11 135 IV1 vif N51 ,vi 1 1 111 131 1V. he 11511 lu! 1fk'1 11-2111 1511541 ,N-M' .3 1 I fv -4. .6 1 1 I 1 I 1 I I I'I 1lI 1 III I 1 I - 1 I I W' .i an Lf 1 31 1 I I 1 I 15 H IJ? A W jj :ti-53Q:L" ,L-,f L7ff'f7fSf'5'1 1 E51 1 , ' 1 1 I 1 - V g,:i131:1i3i.gggiI3Qg their--Aiff-'--iqgffw 1 , V, 31 ' ' 5 7--1 i--ffAY -- --1f-f-m-- V W, W 1i.s,11. '11fgi1T'ji'gi'Itj',"" rg -x Q 31 I , i 1-of I I ' l A I I fQi3?E??f5+ifEfQ1 A 1. II IX, 1I I 5,6 WAN Fong IS a typ1cal all-round I +A .. ., 1 grrl. She doesn't worry uselessly IQ V I I 'R A .5' and is seldo . sad. Many have I 'II mal 1 I I -nv ' 0 - 1' - I' I ' I 14' I - Zi 1 Q I sa1d',shejs',oIIe of Westham,pton's I1 IIN -QQI I 45, ,jp bestjinfaesthqticxdancing. She has I IIII Ivrfii a yvonderful'poyver of putting all 'III ,QM I .su I ' " 1 arlgund yhgi' at ease and is a good I v fl ' COIliVg2'-S3ti0Il2:1iSt:' Above all Kwan I 'I " I: I x 7 Fong IS a tru!e f11Qnd,fand well liked by all I 'II , ' ' who know herpnlgggngjher sojourn of two 1 Wi 1 Vg' , years at Yyesthamptgin IIwe are sure that I Iliff, I .. I, I some of he'r'pleasaIitest,f1,h'ours were spent at lr ,I I QI I the FAR TEAST. The Qlifnese food was of 4 ' SI I course enjfoved bu- was that all? 1 WWII I VK I I fi-fWX I I II15141 .1 . If 1 I .. I II Apphczni for 1B.A. Degree ' ,II A I I I Y I 11' 'vw'lI f ., :' I I I yu ff' , II vig' Iv? I Xl Le 1 1 IIN' I -- if I ,XII EX I .. II ' ,X A N., I 1 I Y Ifgwwvi 1I A I I fi I 0 KWAN FONG CHEUNG fiiiii, f ,I X " 1 Canton, China I j-2 Egg, I. 11 f I . Ir! I I 1 I I I I I I "W I R, I . I 1 If sfe IMI I -' I C I ' II 1 I1-, I I E 1 W1 I I II? Im? I VI I I I . I I I 1III I IIIIII I ' I I I I I' I IISFLQI I N! I ' 5 : I- I I "", jvg I!"5 I 1 ,, . I 1 ' 1 I I I , I Um i I I X 1 ,I X 1 I 1 'X ' if 5 I VI I I 7 ' I . EI-5 ' 1 I I- I I I J' ' ' II I "It t" I XQII VII I 1 -I S11, 1,1I. I1-'EI 5 , I .I II M I . A 'II - I I I I . , V4 I , JI ' I I 1 11 I 1' 11 -fl. I 1 -III I V I I 1 I I I 1 tl I ,, I If I'-E??I Ieilj 1 I II I 'I Alztl I 4' ' IIQUII 5 I I I I Ig II1 EVELYN WILLIS DAVIDSON Iigygf I .Vi E 1 .. 1 f I 3 Iflk Richmond, Va. lbji I 1 I I I I ' I - I Y - --f llfilii if .. 3 1 I - 1 1 1 I -' 1f-f:f1r'r'ff'.Ti'ff-1:-1- --M 'Iv' IJ, 1 1 I 1 , 1 I . C, Us - 14 III I ERE IS the dreamy, POQUCI an I V I hi'dden genius sort ofa glfl, from 'II ,QI I1 .ff whom we never know what to III 5 A ,I1 lf, exbect. Whether sheg. wllil de- Miki 1 ' ,igIx,5,q1,, liclpusly squander her t21me.1n the I mg! 3 V realm of her ownj dellghtful U1 EGM LV families, or malie SOIIIC Startllrlg I 1 newxdiscovery lfltxlfggfd to hthfi VIE 5 I genesis of Beowulf .or"'e's ab IS. a sc. oo III, Inga 1 y Where 0n -9-llgigll egerythlng des1red I I about any1 creed, we "agCKUUdeC1ded- B,ut 1II 5323? -- I -1 WL 1 XX' 'll b dlf- -11 g1g:gI I , I 1whatever jsjxekfdoesx ke-know .11 C h V1 1,5 5' I " ferent frongharlythlng d-reawif by .the I IIVI proletarizitsx She is lazy, but learned, big ' Ijl WWII 1 brow, but friendly, and Sh0Ck1Dg, but Inter- WI I i estmg. 13.152, I X15 I Applicant for B.A. Degree V M 1 I I ' 1I I I 'II ' I I 3 1' il I, . I I I I II Y ,,,, ,.,,,,t, I 1 I to I I IN? 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III " III I i II' I I 'II III II' Il 'II 'II IIII III II III III III I I II II I'1 " II III III II II II I I 'II II I II I' IIII I I I III' III I "I 'I 'II II 'I- II' II If II.-I JULIA FRASER DECKER I IE I I Fredericksburg, V. I I I I I I II II I 'I II II I II I I I I I I I I I I I 'I I II I I . I II II I I II II I II I .II I I I I I I I I I' B ristol, Va. II IIII MARY HALL DRINKARD I ,II I I I I I I II II EI Z: 'I I I E II II HI . II 53 I II :II 'I II III 'I II " 'I I ' I I1 .I 3' aI I II 'I III II I II' III ' I 'II i L II ' II ,I II III ' Is. II If II -' I I' III I' 'III ll I III I 'I I' II III I' 'I I'I I' 'II II III ' III I III I I II I , , III,A MYYYVY N vvrwk I I Y , II , 'I Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty-fix r- I I i"9".L "'F'."1. .IYZX ft:fI'4f.'I.'I-I f4.:wu.:J2f4:1f, I U IS a library fiend, having ma- jored on Igistorygand English, and QI leg threadsfff eyfhlfll' daily with her YI I Provepbialipenfihxhand. But she Hunley 9 3 " 15 In . , ,- A - is notvgehtgrely bpund up in a 'ie fb? Sfruggli Wflth Anglo-Saxon verbs, for sHIeM,-hyelps fhold up lihe baclj Held play in class hoc ey, an takes a leadin,?'iIZfarL?Eh:2f:oEiIaIl basketball. Ap 'icant forRIBQi3. SDegree ' ' ' I LI I, I 'N ' I .PEI I I I I IYNI 'I II I ' I 'Im If . I IN, J II L I II ff- II3 I X I . Q I ,I ,I I I I ' II II III ' f I 'IIII 'I r! I II I W . I ? I 'II I I ' I I I I I I I . I I I II I I , I -W 'I' I I .. ' I IGI V V 'v I.. I V V Q I .- I I I II I II Q IF IyouI walk up hthe fhall Iahd hear I I fi EI az loud noise of laughterIemerg1ng I ful II from 'ea room, youjmight know it I 7? 'F Was Polly holding forth to the ' I I I ' I . - . I .-I -, xnrnultitude. Even thoughI she is a I .. I I,I',s',. I transfer she has managed to live V iff "II itndownkand wheneveyanything is " " planned Poliisfcoinmitted among I the Hurst. HerIpoEfit"T1atu.gIe'i'sIfyvell expressed ' V IH Witty odes to rnany hziplsexslsQinstitutions on I . the campus tlinathjgmeet wIth'Ieher"'disapproval, I such as Gavvgefx and th'e--Niood Eqlrestion. I " Though herexoigyx two years, she lE1's"Entered into our hearts in-jsuch a Way that to take IV her away would be to deprive us of one of ' .. our best 25ers. " V Applicant for B.A. Degree 'I I v VI I ' te.. 'I'it:qI:,IIgsf1es.abrt:.ns.'x-353235-A-s:I I I IQ? :tid P, fir III xi I.. x32 I Id? I!vI V I-I v V VI XVI ix.. IL I . v Ill IVI lvl I 'v .W .Q Lvl I., IVII Q. IIWI 5 I I I I I I l up I I I I I ..I I .UI I I ' I III .H UI: r', .wg 'II ..JI! .I I fi -v II, lv. .-A: .WI .5,, .II iI:IIII .mf w a Ki I -. ze-f I- -I --If s 4 ,- . , . ,,.. If f ,. I,::i.13L'-T3l5--4l-H------- .:1L.i?4L Lil. 1-3 "" .T:j5:gg.L'5i..i ' 'A""LIll.Ii.-IfL,.II.,g1:..'.T.'f. 7.1 1 .I .I . A . me ,,-A, ,it ,, WY, I i LrgIfI,5..:-5-agzjit.yffsliff?.Mfm3.l.52221ftLlI?SfQE2I7:?Qf5lRfSI,-Q.f2i7fTl9S.3TiI I sv --1'---I-be-W-M' I I ' " gieirfjf562551-'fnfi?a5ff2I+I?1'1gff if I I IIII I I I , if 'ft 'iifiijilgirzggfa , T'gIgf'f T I Q-IQ 'I I I W, I I 'I K I T 'LAST pepetual motion has been I sv ,vii I discovered -. .-,f right here in West- I hampton! ,lef What? Why Ruby, of I I ,FSI V ..-.., .- course, foirfsfhefis a little bundle of ' I l II II I I I II II I I I Il II II Ii II II II II II II II II II II II II 'I fi II I: Il II II II FI I II I. II II I I I I E! II V QI u n V 'v VI V I I3 V 'v EI If VI 4. II r HEI S. . 514 .5 2" F243 III is gl tif? , 'I Y X551 It 5 IYHI fi? I , I. ls I Ir up L Img I., . K I 1- Mw fl I I -II. if 'IZ cf Q5 .VF i I I 3.14 I I 'S -I F' Iii .J il 1 Ii I I E I ,QI .I I. .,- all ' I L ,Tl-P If? I .II M, Q I -.f 'R 5' II I' ,f I , I I I I II I , energyf-Here'and?there and every- where, alyvays constructing some- I thing from a-,Rat Proclamation I IG - WI , f P Q? ',,. IIIMIII I I I Q I I-avg, I I Iu :A If 'J . 'I X , ' Night song to an Anglo verb. She has a perfectf'ge-niflsgfqiithoroughness, and once she begins a thing, 'she does not leave it until everytgrain hftxbenefit is Wrung from it, and thatlis perhaps Whyfher report shows so many 'st and Iwhy laQ12ik Alpha pin is numbered arrrong her treasures, We wonder how she does it allQ carrying fa varied cur- riculum, Ipublishiriglxamjiannual, endearing herself tof all yvgho' knowfxherland making her +1 own way' through college. II. Q I N I I NX Applicant for B.A. egfge xx if I E E If Q I A II I II I 1 III X IN f III-I X I R ---' Ili I ' I Xk V: l I I", I I 'IX Ili li I ' I ,Ml ' I ljx' IRQ ll I I sf I ' I' 11 ' , I I I I I I . Q, ' ERHAPS just a question of accent whether we say.Eu-nice Euini-Ce, whether we delight 1n delicious is quaint hits or,qg'like Imost good Americans, venerate the norm. At If least in every way Eunice is difci ferent from the rest o us, an ' even from herself, as we saw her last. But nothing else is expected of one who can toss her crinkled curls over Andromaque or ginger snaps, It Applicant for B.A. Degree! A I ..f,,. .. .j. ,, ,..- ,. .,i.....,7-..- I ,, .,.,. ..,-,...,f ..-, ..e. ..-. L Ill IIT mil: I Rr I 'UI Ill I IMI III I-VI I I III 'Edu E 5 I. I I' I...,,,,,.,.,,.,,,,,-,-,,,,,i,,,,h,, ,v,, - ,,,,, ,,,,.-,..,...il l I II - l I lLili.-lm'-.Tf.T,lTlT-lffl.2iff.T1TLT.lill1I.l.2i?i-'- T-.-i.....-'d I ,I I f "R I ""f"-1""'-""--in'-.447 'v"i ----'lv-'vi W i E I N. I ' RUBY TERRELL FOSTER lg Y l IQQJ, Richmond, Va. 1 I I .-----..--------.----W--0 IA--------------I-I----f-l I I fl? I I I t I IIIIIII l I ,lfbili I I ff IIQQQ I' I I I I is if I I I I I Izfw l l Ia I 71,55 I II ' 'MI I I I I 5 I I5 I I-sf, l I pu! l I I I ILQQII l Fx II' I iiirlx ijlfil lli QA, I I .'9fJ"I NI II.-I . EUNICE VIRGINIA GILL Egygjg Richmond, Va. hill ' . I ', ,W , , H Y,VY AW, ,,Y, ,WW ,, ,, ,, , , ..,,,...,-.,,fv,,. V. . W ' " "W" ' ' " " " I N I II II I ,I A QI' I 'II I I ,,I I I ,II I I T I Iv A I' I If I II -I , . I I Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty-sefven I I I ' In r . 1. nal", 'Z ll il l 1 I ul: h I r 4 n P l N ,, l fr . l .wi gn I l . , l Je: 5.3 we f...l .a ml' , , , I H , -.,Q.,v,1,L.,,L:g.f.c:- mu-f.sauuu:.neiu.1waan.-xw-f:.:ar.i-,L,.,-.x. '...,..... fy 2 .,-E, , ,,,N,., N. L 3 H.,- ' Alf C72 f'J",'- -'F A- -E 21- N- We-i-':'r'-'ff wNq-A".C.a. VW-wwf-A-M---E-We 'E-We-"F"e"e"E"'n ALPHA LUNELLE GORDON WVU Norfork, Va. F 1 ,.- - gill s N at . as-T4 T3 ANNE TEMPLE GORDON ill! Richmond, Va. EIU y, ll ,W E , , . ,. .ff-r-Y-:f H W, N2llff'5- A liijllg x eiiiifiil tpfxgfi ef ilgffs l gill ,iff N, Hi, we I rim wal llllxf M3547 VV, li? PM l tilt! -N Xjl, L .. lv iv Q QV, l sl J- -f l v r MN .4 E lx, 3 N . in N L V.: , ,. N F J 5 V , .qi , lv N gi 5 43 fQ,J,,l N Q34 N. Q l E? N X", . N1 ,gl S my nw N wfifflf Qllgirill 1 iii, i will E so ' . 33,535 igggipiii ?'?iLwP NF l!f,,,N X H, ., ., 'fyi--Z -N M. . v...-.,.- W-. . V., Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty-eight 7 '1 .........,, ., ,.... .., ,... A.,, , ,,,.., -.,.4.. ,.N,, A .-.,z..e.,. XL l l ,wp l , 3.1-iv,.,'f'.s' fi'A..lj16i":-1. 'l"s,l?K'3?2x FCE ,QQI1 ,f N,. in, 1 'sig if-.Lg :, ::.,:5f':,.qifJ4ff1'fiw'ifQ.f!l - , v,,, N N . NE.N aNtN.N,,.E V 'la lo lg. ins., 4 RECKLES! Ye Gods! But who ln gil wouldnitfglligxie freckles if they lv' coveredfsqchjian adorable bunny- 5,5 1-abbig,NfijNo'seffanNd5 were above such iv a Cupid-bow molith. As one clever E N, boyfsagdiffflt rocks as if she had svsfallqved ardollar and it came fVl outifon hxerjface in pennies." And Billie doesnjt lmeissiusirfgiall her advantages , to control both s,exes'ZfRs,jTl'Wey flock to her at a 'V smile andjstay Fo Hndxthat the Highty child y -- has realli' fgot ax feyvlfglbirains laehindlutlle E freckles, enqugh tol Wflte ,,a,rl+1-tg e,'p ay a ltt e, dramatiae ai little,land drflawa llttle, and yet , ,, manage fto pass hc-:xr classes most honorably. p V She is affair, ediliongX9ff'W1hy'imen lose sleep. l - xffltl Alipliant iQefgXB.A.l'Deg1'ee Q ,l X X X , iN ,l " - xl E. 1 V l fl Fl E - d fli f s'f l K' ll if N fig, 1 fkxx ,lily U. lil: il. ll E K-1 A fl . ,J ,fi l x H Xl 'T' il 5 Q, .. 5 l N 1: " l QQ j li , f Z l 4 ff -- 'N l V ix, 'V ' 1 . ll A G9 HE work which Anneihas done ln Coallege has been a conqribution to lf ' thee, intellectualjlstandarlds of her l-- Alma Mater. 'In addition to her l 0,3393 mental prowess, her gentle dignity, :J"'-:f"".: charm, of manners, delicate sym- J I .Npathys for .Otl3QiLS,T-l3'I'lfl appreciation E v p u Qfres-p-iri-tu'a'l"Xvalgies help to make -' lger a girl ,of yvhom W,est7lQamptoln can Well ig r e proud. ,pg ,NL f .TU N, J " 'X'-fl lx ix 4 Axcis, ,L Applicant for XBTAT-sD.eg,rff5l7, , ,E 4 . ' V P4 lg el ifevvt -qf:'f.'v?.WafZ.rfV'?5s :gr A lx ff-1 .f,L,4fwI I , 1 I I 10 ey V- 3 1 1h1I I 13 IQ' I, . 1 I Id ., es II 3 1 1 I IC 'os ey Ct 1 11 I .. I I D. I ..11 1' V-I m-51 I I 1 11 I 1 1 1V on IV' 1 I .. I I I1 I on I1 I I-11 VI I I SUI i I I II XQI1 I I 1 1 :HI 51 1-11 1 1,,I 151 I.-HI It 3531 1121 ,uv 151 IQI1 1 1 III1' qu ' 33551 1i'fZlrI 1,Qi1f' ., I 1 1,55 18-1 '1 1 I 1 1 1 I I f-A . 'li' K" 'W' 2 I f iii 59:3 5 1 .1 ,gr as aI 2 ,111 .ti 111395 1- 1- ' - -N'- W--v--we 1- f- I ----- --4 --Y.- --- ..-- -...., -. M .,.4, W.. .... M ,.,t,,,.,T ' "III 1 'ffmwfffifiriff'V"'gi""'Q-+"'lM" 'wi I I :VII - Fatwa fv.. ...Lu,.1maa..1..aaM.a, v,.- ,,..I 1- V I .. I-.Xf E 1 ' 1--15 11 sfa-W 1 -'E-1 M-we--as 1 1 If-I - II 1 V I ISI?-, ISS Cathryn Henna, if you please, ffl "' III ' Iv I QL Wil? pres1d1ng over, with dignified ' II' 11 I I ' nl? I 52425:-' 1 "' Q' . I I I I V 1 1 5- 1 K I calm, the,fY'.fWi71T1eet1ng, becomes .11 1 I , I I N3 ,IUIIO asfscbon sihe last word of III 4 I1": the last sfongdisung. A laughing II I1 j011y,,c1ev6fJIu1i0 S111 is, mimickinoi 11 111 1 M' Ig If Abiee-gg Lhefthfeeiballs and thi .II 151 5 1 Q, little col- red Ibiy! who always II IIII works at one's h,opQ'2h?n: presto change, I1 I I II v we see C. Henna ,l'I1"lflD.QxI'I1CIIS carrying away 1II 1 1 1 -- with -her Hyingfjfeet lIhe3ItrIack honors, or I 1 I I I V Iv checking a fast ,wingxin he -lfgampaign for a I II I 1 U hockey goal.I! Not only dogs-Ishe do these Ilz. V things, but sgie tops i all byygetting A's in II I I 1 I V her classes, fanI addi g a Pi Alpha pin to " I her honorabIle dollecdion. 'IG134wejwere com- I1I I E I II V pilmg a copk bpok f01 h rRaIriity we'd put 311 I d th' ' 1- 'H b I XX 11- I1 .. I own IS ,recipe or t eI est ta around 11 I N3 gm-on ,c. Hepna. 1 I MII II 1 V N ' I1 I 'r 1-,,if'plie:i11t for B A. Degiee I N3 I1.'-I1 L-f otooo L o o g- I .. I I I l' I5 IN 1-I I II V :IM 'tl 1 I1 I 11 II- CATHRYN HENNA I1 II 1--II II1 V I I I ' Richmond, Va. 1:1 I V N71 1 1 I Y 1 L11 1 1 111 I I I1 I if I -,E I XXI I fl I I : I ,VH 1 ,If I 1 1 I 11 1 0 rx? fiil I I X I 1 IVI Ilgil I' II I I li lI"'l jjj A I I 1 I 1 I5 Ilia I II' I I I V I 1 ' I 1 I .- I I 1 ' I I 1 V 1 II I g 1 1 'I I I II I 31 1 c,,c M 1, f I1 I I " X 11155 I 1 Z1 I 1 1h I ' T 1 11 I RL VIRGINIA W. HOLLADY , 1 IU 1I 1-I 1,-.f I 1 1 '1 I . 1 I 1 gj 1 I'IIf I- I I I I 'J .. Richmond, Va. '-I 1 I I I I! I 45 QI I T. readlxall of Spensefs I I II 1221 I 1'Faerzd Oueene it 'took her several II I '1 fQ I 'QA1 1-nj Inle1S1-I :kI"' . .L I I1 1I1 .II 1 Iwee sIto regain t e confidence of I 11 II 1 I V 1 1 '25. 'Rhey soon decided, however, II ' " 'PJ CJ! I that she wasnlt silch a Ihopeless 'I I I iffy L51 IMI 'high-brow, for T. managevsfto End I I 1 I V 3135 1 15 ,X I ' J, III I 1 IIIIQI She frequentsithe,,S1c1enceqnflagl, at all hours I' I I1 1 of the day, but 'Df stole ge ough time from I 1 I I I L-3 - . I yv : . I 1 " IIQZI Biology 6 and,B3ology 2 toXw1nxher mono- I .V 1 x1'1.I h ' 1 1 X 1 I, I I.,3I gram on t e famous Soc1alwQckey,ITeam. 1 .. Ilpi 1 'X.ag.,i:I-1 I 1 "V 3 IIIIIII Applicant for B.A. Degree 1 I I 'AI 7 5-ITZII I xx-I 1 I 5 liz. IMI I 1, gt-141 1' w 111 11 i I viki' II I 1 t 1 I IM .5 ,. 1 qv 1 1I-1fI ,mwfy I II 1 gyufr ,,...,.,,. I1. .,....M,,.,..a Y 1 I . . I I Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty-nine 'B 'i ll! .Nf 215 ii ,m, ll li A , -L 4. E 1 . A Q NELLIE RUTH HOOVER White House, Va. , - , fr VH- '-nl 1 , -W-2 1' ,. -ilu 24,1 .fig -J . N .if t Sv- - i V f 3 ,ive .gi nw I rf, -,f L 5 if f a ig ' ,Z,'r,'2flf' ' :a4?Z3'fszt5,.p .b 4 ,M J , f ziezggmg.-:.p,z , PM ,, ,, , XL , ',.fy,- fus s -d wg. , Q 4,7 if 5, 2 WA f fi X ..,... , - fn . f gl, , frm. 'fl' LUCILLE THORNTON JONES Upper Zion, Va. Page Tfwo Hundred Sixty mf 1 11 e.L.P4A..:I':Af!iA.IIi h ' v QL g, lv ,, ELLIE, one of the many in '25, . who, during,theffB31t Year, had, half , l V long enougfyfgg-'ggopy the Colifure , 65955, of Mrsf jjggs',,is,now one of the f' ' 'N few ,dig-ii-ifijed' ,Seniors who has 1:65. . V I N c0ilSA.f'0f"'haif1-on which to rest her motazgibgoaffd. Of.-hourse, neither Vp we norfher family can forget the "amazing interlug1,QfQfgNYh5f1 She Wore It V bobbed. gf'-57 iii , We 5nd Nellie -cleliight-fglwpwhether shes U tearing the aforesaidxxhair qgyferb a love 3.53-lf: or worrying! Over' thf: wayafthel leguminous plants get their nitrogens N ,iipplieam gbr B.1g.f4Qeg59e V 5 ,e,,.f ,-X 'L i "lf i l Ei ix iiffgx IX 5 Raj X 1, f' l . 5 ,V l :J 3 no i ' s -I Ex 1 p N2 - N I f 3 I X L OU i M. 5- v i X l - hi IX! 'l Q ts, 'IX pl rl gi 2 1 , l 1 M ',, l 13 TILL waters ruh, deep" isa trite phrase, but one cannot help -- applying it when it seems to fit so V J' ,F well. Lucille has beenfwith us Q. ,only two years, but has grnanaged i ,, Q to make her presence felti' She IS V quiet and studious and appears '- to live only in .theland of books L V We are sure that shewillgldo something some p clay that will show the Worthepf a studious l ,. life. i I Applicant for B.Af'ljegf-ee---.i.Q N, ,V V :Vi lv vl -ffflpv xAf?,lsw5Siw:,tr.z+s:,vaefan J '--Q7 Vi Il if 4 ,x.:':4.f:"" 2-N 434 .....l VN'- i fx J. iff W ,H F, .x, jx-f xi. t'.,t tif" ix, ei 1, -v .M PJ 'fi if 'v iff' if- Y xi.-.U 'ie 4 s K'-it :Vw as ,,, 1. ,J V1-.51 ir! ff! if-it iylg M., f.,, I k -1 qfn .rv l .,,i. Ah ILDRED is one of the most im- portant angels and is ever present gffyf' at their nightly ,sessions where her sage wisdomfisgimported to the other inhabitants of Paradise Val- ley. Her chief occupation is keep- ing the Tea Room where she doles out candy and miffhns to the hun- gry mob, and protectsyit -from destruction. She is among those Seniors who have the dread diseaseyAnglo7Saxon,and she is really in a critical condition frornfgits dire results. Everything she does Mildred! tackles with a bulldog tenacity, whether it keeping a hockey ball Qout of thie goalg or :thrashing a strong verbfin iAnglo,tXand we hope that she succeeds as well ,win Qtutoringhthe plastic youth of her states.-" 'V ' ', .Applicant for B.A. Degree it S f Y 1- il ' 4 Q v n.k , as 3 1 'iw , X . lrili r, it Wi rl u l lx, it 4 ' ER 3 1 I I . I X ' 5 I xy . : ,NK H ' li?-s. ,,' Eli 'Q 5 f il Ax 5 .-il V ,tx x ,f X i M ,NN ffl ill Witt!! Qu '-fi Rf X .fi l tg l 1, . 5 1 l s isp there at Xyesthampton who P? fat doesnft admire the spunk with Q L whichi, Yiu Fong tackles our if Americanism? She always seems 'Aja get whhlatlshe gigs alter lyvhethler sg is a xy at pro em, wi en s e Zt:".?a'g4a 5--2 1 squinches up her almond' eyes and says, "How do youfdo 'these Math anyway?" or 'faespermission from the House President to go ,fivalkingfi with eight boys. She gets our' names all tangled up, and usually says thieimh' backwardsgm but with her inimitable ways she manages toigetfe-all tan- gled up in our'heaLrts, so that we can't well imagine '25 without Yiu Fong. Applicant for B.A. Degree i .1 'N JI . X YI 'TQT-'7lIi., 4.211 .-....- - .. ..-v.......- -v-- -----f ,--4--- t ,i l , li "gil: "wi il V tag. S V to ,S . ill ,ki ,,,f,',-1Y,,, mf , ,flal giiigi '1 . ,Uni it l , pgQl i 1549! was . ST. Jl :wil ? l tt, aff ii' W. , Wal!! 1 3511432 f. n H11 Egwfi X' 1-fl ll foil it fi gggli we i pil w 4 i, lih' 1 las? ' 1 ll V ,Q lit invi of ,,5! l ,,.,...... ..1-1l.....,..1-.... m::.......---,.---..-N f ' i 1 . , , tsl MILDRED CONWAY JONES Q .. : Stevensburg, Va. 1 1: 2 E 'V 5 i 4 1 l ....... . c W, , .. ., --....,......-..,..,...., l , 4 -- -----W -9- -v-----Q i iQ,g f ' 'ffl' rl kv Lg ' y itat I Evals S wil fig M TTI 'Ll s ' Ml YIU FONG LEUNG l ' ib- Canton, China A "J iv fi:g,fQQQffff'ffg1fflf1ffQ 'Q f ogffi S 3 f ' , 'sri E lin W l'Pl N ZF ft? ,x I ' 14 ' u t l y 1- :S E N' It ' i "Vi - J '-.1 1 5 l -gi 7'-J' hii l 1 , , r ' itil iii, L, ,iilgj ig, , I ' Aahea ae- are fee -S fp .f Af A y V5 lf 'iffil "Z.'.-,. . f.'.,LIJ A Q- 3 f 'E 1 T gf ' ' 1 , ll Page Tfwo Hundred Sixty-one 1 K, 14 ,E x ra 1 ' 1 f -ffr,-,,f--..:",-mfr'-, E l ,, t2t?'I'u,-?'f"IS. vr. rnqay n s 11 Nl H L3 LL energy, all enthusiasm is.Mar- V 7591: tha, fhe glilayyho ca? Hiajor in mg chemmtryfan, ffpsuccess .u y carry ' on the fd'ut1.e9yo'f,Qthe .Business Man- fv . ager gofdhe Collegian. y l Asfjtfeagiirei' of '25 last year v ' she kept oiir' finances so far above 1 ' " ' f,. :J - ' :Nl Q the average that' even the bank N ' I tellers sought toff'ind1QQt-flj0W? I 'V D Where. a co1r11aa11tt'ei:icha1rman. IS wagted, l Martha IS called g!r1,Xfor,.she IS far rom y being one Oflthe drbnesh 'Mfhire .23 isulcon- .. cerned she 1 yvholl interesgtei an W1 1ng 1 to go the limit! No kther vyordxcan express her as canithe Word "loyal"-efor such IS .. 1' she to 25, to Odd idelalsyalnd tgyfWesthamp- 1 v y. on. j lj X "'3fi' ' W ' f li' :MX Ai A ,. "Applidant for A RA! Degree 3 l -' 5 1 A - 1 1 any lil lx ' 'SJ I W K . 5 l 1 sn at ll 1 1 1 f 1 wil i lx ,fl li., .E wi llxi l Ffa! glib. '1 V l Vi l i RR il lzll dvi . lx ,ll EQ 1 aft lx gf 21 V I Lf f f . W' l V v 'XIII 1 V l ,l XV Lv 1 I y R A V .. l 5 ' . 5 U V E ' 1 , 1 V - V NE Hash of N those bewitching , A f . Y 11 l biowh eyes under their long curl- Q '11 ing lashes, and myasculineg hearts yy , , . , . A i y .fm fy immediately Hogg, The gcouldesf .. swoman hater tha s out at a single ti' Xglimpse of those fluffy ringlets of E3 dark hair atop a head continually X, boblbingkip in f9n..,,,f .. 1 Indeed Wl'l0sEfH'I'l-if-CSiSt'fli'Q coimtless charms, -- Mc the pep, the unaffected erithusiassm and sunny i V spirits that havegrnade thisfcharxming Caro- l1n1an the sunshine of Vilesthambtonl J, When F an.ny.iisQA'Xnot engagedxinsnalirowly Vl missing pedestri-ansgwith the Peerless, or in . V belng the life of a party somewhere, you can V bet she IS beguiling some miser into buying .. Hersheys for the Building Fund, or giving 1 . MISS Ryland endless discomfort by distract- Q 9' ing the youths in the library with her pres- 1 .. V! ence there. A certain lively figure in Junior 1 V Scandals Overalls yvill be remembered as V ' long as sands of Time shall trickle. Applicant for B.A. Degree lfgli llc' 591 1 'sag-3. :ffm-'r'.m. jf.,wg43.,:f:'1mf:pf.',4, Q. 1 ,111 3, ,L 1. gA,g',"f1"'Il5j1Q..i1fg:.gp'1g.'5,': ji"'7""irs""""j V -1,1'fof'fiiiiif:fici'1Q1ijQ1gg1gQggc, -1 i"f's 'K-1-'Wall Page Tfwo Hundred Sixty-tfwo ,,,....,.-.--- .-,,,....4 1 1 1 S151 1.5" f - . Q: 'ee-1 VT'-ffl Www sn , 1..11 l'4'1 lj, SFS" 151 51 1 I 11'-11 13,1 1111 lv m if V11 ,E 1 1 1 V 1 1 1..,1 SV' .. 1. V1 -. V 1 u, . 1 1 1 1 , V 1 v nf 11 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 12,21 1 jf 111' 11 .01 if 1 1 1Ey .Q 1: .l 1N,3!, 1 V1 1511 A 1 lvl 15 1-' 11 ENJ1 1. 1 I1 1 1 . 1 V I i11X!:'i! 131 1V ., 111' 11 ,131 .. 11 F11 ,. 11 1fV:g1 'wr 1 av Us ,,,, 5, 11 5f"11 :l1l 11 ll -wif ,f1 xl 11-al, --ff, 1.1 , A. ,411 11 1 .pu A 1 SI!! 11 171, 11 .V ,J 1 1 1 f""'-"il 5 71 fft , -V1-1, . ' 1' 1 Q I 1 .., . , V ,iw J., ru ,,,,.,,...........--........... .......-.,.1. .-.,.f--....., .,..,.,..,h,...,,..,,,,,,,,,, We ,W My , Ali - '47 -UN brh- N "vw - -- -L4-4 -0-Lila f rrvfwf1'fffrw',f'f'1 W 1 ' . , I 3-. -f 11.44-N11-11-,' X- ' ' " ' . , . ' .. , , 1 1 . , ll rl YlAg"F.2,.:.'b'ELiifM.,.ifN.'.a2l 2!-.1,1.- - .n E f,,,,,wc..,-,...,....,.--... . .. 113 A HEN Mary comes down from the Q. ga CQ , V V 01 clouds shevswangood sport and can at gigglefvvithfgtlie rest of us, over V T our X,-hog-fchocjolate parties. But Mayy,,,lVIfason" majors in English EK andjrifostriof the,-time is far away 'V1 1-5'fH1 vvitljl Milton Wand VVordsvvorth Hoafitigxin dreams of poetry. Many V a teary-eyed, fc1'ush'ed,fF1'qeshman has fallen into her a1'mgA'iwMQ1i1Q1f, 1With her friendly V smile and sfi'ncereNgood'vsf-ill, has met them at Q the train, d1rf:ctedXhy to lead them to our Colle e pn the hill. 1j.VjWe have learned V to love ary and 1to feeljktliat without her Q dreamy 'bsqnt-mindednesfs and her jolly presence we should get glonglbadly. ' 1 ' T I lt- 1 wwfix V ,Aprilicafni foi'.1g3.A.iiDegree ff 11 1 Y If , 11 N X. ix 1 J 1 V i-5 M if U1 1' 1 V I1 1 1 7 1 1 V 1 1 111 W.. X Q! we 111 A 1111 Y 1 115 1 1 U 1 11 i, ' V TIN 1 1 " 1 1 Y 1 ' 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 1 Q, 1 1 11 fi 1 1 1 F J LCKEY seemsi1demu're and dignified 'V 1endugh in her camp arid gown, a 1presiding House President giving lpermission and seeing thatgall her '1 , fmany house-children behave them- 15 I s-1selves, but it is in the sacred pre- V 1cincts-1of Paradise Alley that the F1 cap takes on a Q-hggliflil quirk and she condesI:ends7.tomt,a.lkfbahy talk .with the FV' ,common herd. ,1She isgiti Wflclfed Wlffldef Of the hockey stigg as vvelllasffvvsigth the zoology scalpel, andlf-"her opponents Orlssthe hockey 1 field as WQI, asxkthose poor"'dogHShL:tr6rr1blC S221 when she appr-oaches. 31, K" Applicant for B.A. Degree 1 +111 11113 115721 1 111:51 111 11 I 1. 11Eij11erfi'e W' A 5Ti'T:Tii:i": ifig 'Z if!! 11stars?zwf51fZ'z,5-11,11-11...-, . . 4, L1 1,.11x.'j-My ie.:.:e',1a11" 2,1-,154-,'fff,,, 'Y ' " .tv-, . -8- -A---W --Yf V----m . fV-- w---- V V - --- - .A Y Y W Y.--, .Y,..,. ... c., MARY ELIZABETH MASON Roanoke, Va. IDALI NE McVEIGH Baltimore, Md. .11,.,,...,..,,,-., ,. '-'.1 A1 V 1 ENQI 1 ' iZ,f1' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 l 1 11131 1'1-1 1 1 13 fl :1 Fil ,l so ilxf 1 125 12112 i I ' X71 Nfl .. 11? N5 .. v -u Xl .- V an av U Q Ee ,511 1? if 5,1 . , N, fun .I F1 Aj .F ga 1 1 1, roi! 1 - 1 1...l v1,4 1 21' 11-5 .gy 15 gt W, 11- 7,. 1.'1 11- .11 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 ll-i 111 -,233 11:1 12 15? 7: 1 1 I 'f .M '1 '1 Page Tfwo Hundred Sixty-three 111 13 v1 1 Q51 f E1 M' 1 1111 1943, 21 V1 Q15 fi C 1 v" 1 ua 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 l 1 ,1 4 11 H 1 1 1 1 1 , w 8 I 1 ii X I r V I I 1 ,Ll 'll ll li f. 'w i r ,,- .1 "- 'STELLE is one of those gay, laugh- H i iw ,A FQ F! IO c ' , . 3, ing spiritsfvvho make this old li, IE,"Q...,il World ap, happy place to live in. k 1 l 'F' Many,ja"drea'ry night has been Qfgjf' transformed into a delightful even- Qi inglistening to this cheery, enter- taining, animated miss. , One can ml A never be sureujust what whimsical 232152 Q, caprice will,,-'strike,l.l3,ste'lle's fancy next. One 'ff l phase of hell'-1'-versatility is playing leads in , one act plays, which svhendoes with an ardor LQQ, ,gli 7 that- makesg us s,Vuspect,jQactual experience. U ' Her engaging manner, herhlovable earnest- Q ness, her' feminisvms and sincerity serve to law ,lag make heir a most'-.x popular companion. It QQE, V will be difficult to findtfone, to fill her place ,E U34 fi' 1" when she leav.esfWestham ton. Q 'lil , f Apfmlicant ibr?XB.A.'l Degree ii 'iii ,Mg 'Qi wf me ll: if J . lx! 1. IUllZ'.1Zi'Z"L3:.:T:'.i'gi1L1'::g:::::?L':::::i:::1f:g,:'.t:.:i,:l.llI i l Ce .-' l::'.'LT4:1ii::1:T'1j,i,:Q1t::gg:tt':L5g1:...:L1if:7iiQ.1ipT1'1J 53,15 UQ ANNE ESTELLE MYERS 5 f, 1 fill it ,igii F Danville, Va. 1 'gg T UI -, , ' !s,e:'ll. , I , 12: liz '42 r 'Q L: 1 l-f----------M ---- ---- - ----------------3---ev'-ggi,M,15 i 5 1 fi 1 l Q ,- 5: , J J re, 1 liiell 'Eff l FH , ' ., l ' N 4 , K S l X, , X 2 l i 1 l 11 1" l I' 7 'l i n 'EMM I LJ! K it llgfil l 1 ,f lllfiii 1 1 MMU l iff'-ll I 5' g l l 1 2 1 i. -IH , , 1 X , alps! ,, ' gx 5 3 3 5 K ll'i'1l C M iii: - ' S it f it 1 f i g,5a,f ,, 5 ELSIE LUCILLE NOLAN U15 f 1 ' EQ , Richmond, Va. Lili 5 5 . If 'V lv , I E . 1' X215 , 5 i , ii .ig aff- Qefe- evve - ----- --eee '-,-- - f y , i i fm r N nl, HE, i - - I 5 D 7 1 Sill H1 i HPRY IS the 'man wholi possesses 1 N61 M k l perfect knowledge. Forlthis man, L ' gi lhaxfing been adjudged to be wise, gi .il 5 4, vvillxxdepart honie again, jto the ad- E 3,1 ,Q vantage of his c1t1zens,,fand to the ? M U1 radvantuage of his ovyn relations V 'fl wwe, -and friends, bIy,.re.as6n of his be- g ,ht j! llfgr-l-I1tClllgC'IYE.,, f 54, i But for the fhappyimyvxoman let us add- g 'l jig i There muS1:3'bievi,a radiance-'of-rher smile, and , U ls' i tvvinkles inkheigj eyes Suggestivexfgfxa ready llkff 4 l 9' Wff and IQRVCW-fpr fun. Aidxhe-rl? perfect 3 ., ,All wisdom mustxbeffconcealed b a ra id et . V, M, k Y D P , Y M M Smooth stream of baloney that gives spark- Q Img interest to unceasing chattering. 3 ggi p Now, Lizzie, aren't you pepped! iX l I., Applicant for B.A. Degree url If Nl 4 ' lgrigi- ,al-3525-3515+ -- - ,S Qfiil WWW i"Wi i i i it i 'l ew? gm-51 gggc, me V-fel 1 .1 2-1 cl,..c c c Page Tfwo Hundred Sixty-four , , ,,,,,--.,i.,,- Y v ff Nl l 41 . N Q.. 1 -r' wr.- 172, A 1 , rl -ay' vi l 'li R' W' J J- 'A . fl aa 9- 5f."'j 9,-51 Ve tg 524 E5 Q5 E3 .Vf ,. .- E3 ..- HJ u E3 4. lv hs X5 E3 - . f .Nfl 1. -n M l lv I' sf li? Nfl iff kfiiv f-'sf L ej- 91 if If 'J Ea' 1 4 4 .. .VT l 1 1 X 1 4 r O I 3--ff.: 2:62534 iii? .zilfi :Wifi iiiilfli Rigger an ijmlifl- 1542 J. Gail' ililgigi Q ilwf :WEE lift. 'linlii .1 ,,': :li-ill jQ'g: Efiqiiflg igkifgf Lliifig 1,' lv' 195435 flgiifl Hifi! lirvff. 4345 ,. hx .E lik? is KVI' . I iltfglx , .. llix A: iltftis g .Ho-1 ii1i"l' fllufzie :WJ agi"+ 'Q Xffll M331 STN.. .aiffiifgl 14' xw .5 A R OVIALITY and good nature com- hine to makeethqatw fine spirit which IS Luc1lle's, ,but .deeper than these, A ll xifw if fa A V . U this spirit fis 'of'-,the true West- hampton Ftype. She is one who egg, 31,9 has ,acquired that fine art of having gieverythingf in readiness Without iunduelworry. One can scarce mention,he,r,,n,aNm'e ,rand pass over the splendid academic rlecoirdilshe has made. But more than thatrshel has so lived that her college life has meant muchfito her and to her classmates. VVesthampton has never had a morefardent supporterfvvhether it be working forf the Wqriian's 5Building, serving on some committee qfr fporisfighffoig' that Spider team, "On,ethe sidefof the lin'el.'lg75, and rather reluctantlyf'she sends fdithl one iinywhom the world may place its deepest trtistr 'ig 5 fl " H 1-2 Applicant forf 1?.A. Degree . f . L . JW. Q -- AWN ' 1 "- il Bl l i if F R fia i 1 W . , 3 ,L f VH, . i f I at 9 rl. u - x i Yi 1 P 1 5. 1 'W' , I --N. ft 9. f 1 jk'-if W Hi gt L J sex.. it . 1 X .-. gf it YN fl in I filli . J . . AJ' 1 gl 1 !1 Z xx I ls tl l .1 X , . . V . l 1 f ' 1 2 Q x i 1 l, ' 2 , 1 . l 1 . l . I ' " l 2 ' i V I z - STELLE is one of those fare -i- -ifw i"Spud,s" from what she calls Q '-.Q--" Q. ' 1k 4 ' 1 Q 6 , 'Qod'si1.country" CEastern Shorej. She isf one of thejmany italkative tpeople, who says something when slie talks. Yes! She talksfbut she canit help it, for she 1E1,d'no com- petition since shelsman only child. -Estelle should irightly"'b'efcalled an interior decorator, for f'she's always., serving on the decorating committee vsghichi "most people avoid. When' it Qcjrnes to 'gett-ingiuthihgsxxdone Estelle is right there, for she isTNperfect genius in gettingtterih papers and other work done weeks ahead of time. Not only does she do things, but she makes a success of everything she attempts. "To know her is to love her,', for she has the enviable type of personality which makes friends and keeps them. ' Applicant for B,A. Degree l i. ,Q V1 li .gi .gm 9-- .'.lfQ" 'M' mn' WT- .-a.ffa Y-f- .. - .-.a,.--w.-..-.- ?55-4 WW LUCILLE O'BRIEN Jr it I x Appomattox, Va. l ll ESTELLE MAE OUTTEN Sea View Va. fl in ifhtl !4"'Ql , . ,adm 'li . 1 1 v ti. ii ziiiifg' 4352121 Tfiiw igflj Ely: i lb? vi QL! llf ite". E, gxvxwi IX! VV. .L QEA iixfil iv. "I QV V I'-'ni' :'Vl lxfiil :Q s f l Nj.. lvl. 1-4, v 1 .v S iv! lvl. lr' l. fgxl, lla 1534 lf., ii 'U' Ml. fiiali ifffli "':'l V-Ei 'ffl .lj Page Tfwo Hundred Sixty-fifve S I GRACE AGNES PUCKETT Richmond, Va. L 1 , , - , 1 ,f - -' f-Z? '--gil-BIB-'fee'-"..:: T5 -ew zz-.-:gf s ' 'gi-AS ' "1 'e5"'3Q' W: -M Q ' .4',s.g.- ,fav-4 1 - W f f, ' .r fn, V, . --Q.: ,...4, qgmgggfs 5 - 'f. ADV'-1 1 Sf, . . ... . , .s,.:.J.m-:fi 3 . .J'!p..... ar: -e s- -' A -- J, is .- -'yan' .. ,i 'ts "-xfffaggi get s ' "ig - . if f '-BEAM rn-vs . ts- f- s sly H V- 1 --.mfr 3 rs:':nxki 151 .,, ,..,,, . ,, p -. , - .. A ,aX,,,.,r,, efify.. ,- Mgr, sf-' . ,,f'.'f7ij3i f -f j' , r 1 s as f -t - " . e 'fc ' a in , E., S31-L X A X ',pf .s-,ws ,,- Vg W 3 1, .Q 444 f. 1 gggyjf 1 mrs., ..,,,,1f, xy, T e J.. ' ' ' f Q,?f'..:"f? . 1-.21 . - 1r.,+,z:.:.'.fwxx,.':' i' nf-qs as-A ,aw It fs-C1 sf! ' MARJORIE GAY RHODES Windsor, Va. ' Page Tfwo Hundred Sixty .fix 12.3 YQ I0 7-, , C? - K? 1 ' 1 xg CJ? qi ep k o'e S STEVENSON once said, the fairies at Allegra's christening were tipsy, Shockingly tipsy. Tipsy with delight. .Titaniaf pluck- ed a tiny patch of turquoise tw1- light from out the very softest of blue, Italian skies, and thereof fashionedthe most "soulful'l Cand most deadlyj eyes that ever graced the hills of Westham. Through every isle of Faery Land sped Ariel, dainty Ariel, gathering the finest, the silkiest, the yellowest gold-for Allegra's hair..and the lips,sthose mischie- vous, tempting, disturbing lips-those two slended threads of -restless scarlet-those were the offering of Puck, himself, jaunty Robin Goodfellow, himself. What wonder, then, that mere mortals Qlady and gentle- man professors, for instancej should be- come dazzled, and thereby quite oblivious to such grievous sins as "class cuts" when so toothsome a Hebe Csunlight gleaming up- on pale, gold, hairj glances disarmingly from out of two large blue eyes. .two large, innocent, blue eyes? Applicant for B.A. Degree OME men achieve greatness"-to Margie we apply this well known statement of the sixteenth century dramatist. In her days of "Rathood' she was just one of us, running in the f 'ztrt : Freshman rut and looking forward only to that vacation which we all thought would never come. But lo! Lurk- ing beneath, surging from within came a growing desire ,to rise above the trend of her class. It became her aim to surpass in everything. Not by waiting for opportuni- ties did she hope to attain success, but by holding on high our motto "Omnia labor vincet,'l she strove to reach the top. All of us look at Margie and wonder how so much can be centered in one girl. With her excelling scholarship and her lovable disposition, she has become the possessor of a star spangled "W", a white sweater, a blue tie, and a Pi Alpha pin. 1+ the ! SE ! Applicant for B.A. Degree I I If II! I I VI I .YS X53 I lg I 'gn XV, I If CI ng N II III 14 M! V U V gs ef I, I n. .v II I 'v EIL 4. f .Iv S 11 I . I. ,-I II Ll I e 'I ,III I 34 5-if IMI I ,Uff Iwi IILIII I .IIII -4 I I I. I f III I I II II I I II II II ,I If II I If I. I I 'I I II I I I I I II II II II II I I I I I I I I II . II II I I I ,I I. II II II II II II I Il II I I I II Is II Ii II II II 'I l Il I I I I I I I I H -I I II II Ii I II II I I I I I II 'I I,,,II In", IIII, III.,-I 'I ri I I Iii? II.I.I- I 1I IIT: If I Iig I I I 4. jI I .- . I x-, 1 . ' I II I ,I I I IQ II I. II II II II NI . , 5 .- II I ,ts I III I 'xyyfy f,1w5x'-fx ' I rift-,a.'1s.,:Ibfff: W V :- .4 SWIEQVIQIIII , . ,. -I 1- ,Ig -fn Q 51 1 Lf.-rt .. F I 2 I4rr12574:ru-:1"h-':ff:1waquf':I. I ..i ' ' 1' I -' s'vI'-,Q v avr! riff-'row !u 4' S-r1'vI.'g'Q'j?I I I s 1" .I:, 1 II, .,,f.-..,.f,,p I I I I I ' """"'i A"' M' I iii ,I-1gip,,iii"5f ,'1ff"'if?1,-ff" if ff -5-eg fjx I I :51.Il!:5A..A. ,sd ., IIQEKII .. ""h'M"h'nW-" ' IMII sv' I IPZIEIII -- :fEi? F.?l5Z?EEE'1T-tif'-' ' EV V AY Seems topphe in character like M 'W'HS" dw ' " Zi Q her l15efh'a2sf.Ije.en, all-around, for I .PI ., III! she yIasr,bQ9rIIgIn Cuba and lived II I Iv V' in KMQXICIO ands-svarious parts of III I -- "-..,,:fQ, th? gU'n1tIed States. She ready I I III ' V w1tIi'!hep'lHuent'Spanish, riiade all - I., Y 'ISU' the'fsItrI1ggl1ng"A'Uespanolu students "I ,, I'CSQI1tfU'lx,f1tffi1Lst, but then she was I I V V' such a del1ghtfuIl1fS,-Qainishihero that all pro- I I -- tests were Idovvnedunfmediately. She is not III Ib, V only readyjwith ithe'SI'Ia,nish verbs, but can ,L I wield ta vsqiclfed r2IcketQ arfdi took the school 'I E. champions III her HIrst yefrfiivn'-tennis. She then V became aster ofIIIhe hocIcey goal pads and ' protected our varshty 'Iggal from invasion. III I lip ff AI ready pal-.IancIff1IIeniif'sIIe'5is- IIII I MI 'V "No sznzzer nqrznzo scqgyzfxperkzpys, I I U But-+zI:efl, the fvery fbxeit ofIOQdjJs." IQI I ,- I I Q III I" Y Applicant foI: B.A. Dt-gre? III I V 'I ' I I ' I ' III " V I 'I II U IIIu..+.e---...uW,-.-,c,de,,,-1-gju l V J IIIII '- ' "M""n"n 'IIRI .. II' I II MAY GENEYIEVE RUDD MINI-T' ' .V IX A I Mexico City, Mexico 'I I IX I It ' Y IX III I TEV! III? I Y I I! I xtxk Ii Xi I V , 'I I :I I, II -- J ,II II .. X! I ' II I xy f I II I - v I - I I Ii IV' I I I I ' Qi V ' I I II 'v I I II I .. A I I I I II GLADYS B. SANDERS I V I I - I IIII Richmond, va. X3 -1 I I I I J " I Iv I I I I V I "f , EITHOUGH nht AngloI-Saxon en- Q' V G 5 I ' I' I' 'I I J H ' Ieyiii I Ithuslasts, we dofadmit our pref- .. V I ference for Anglo,-AmerIcan Gladys ' V' I- ' I IwhoI has, to anf'admirzIbIe degree, V 'PJ CA' ,Ithe justly famed British stick-to- I Q 3 GZ 'ell 'it-ivefness. Gladys has proven I H 'If .va-' -A Yhergelft a depengg-bIe,Iffiend and an I :V ' exa1fn,eI5tNs,tu,denT, cIne who, we are sure, will makellher wagyiIinIthe future. II I 'I I-xv! II I I -- Applidant for - ljeglee -I2 I3 ' of IW-It I I III-,I .. I -- f'-ixxxx Xen.: I IIIIIJ I .1 ' I ,Q IRQIIII " I: II'F I IV . IM I I I' l'I I Ry I II II:I-CII. Ilia! 'II' IV I I as -ILQII, I I It I S I' fI.,!,I. I it I ' " f":.IIf IIfI'II K, W ' ""' 'I :II IIN? I. IIQ-'MII IIEFII . S. . II-JIPII ISI7I'I5i95s5if43 'S if It I, I ,I-,- 1.-QQ-fiifft?ffI5Qf3:?IZf?5fIQQJQ,Q .,.1,s- , .I f. M. I ., Page Taco I-Iuzzdred Sixty-Jefverz I A , l v ,, l ll fl l r l l , 1 i i 'QW i A 1 r ,ii 'l 4 .v if w fi i l l ' s ml -Q , , ., E DON'T know of anything that iw, y y '? 'SQ can make Billy wrinkle up her . ff il , forhead unless it's a crossword tflifii glll if puzzle, for .Billy is surely OUT Nm? -gl Worst addictg and when we see lijftlirfl i heriyhead-bent 'low over a book, ml l ll shefsf sure to' " burst out with, Qggl 1 ily ttwhatis democracy in two anti a i lg half letters ?,',yor Somsthjgigiequally impossihle iii, gif? Q all We don't know w enE,S ie manages to write fill, y her editorialsffor The Mkjrliigngef, 01? those de' i lightful little poems of hersg but we greet Q33 1 we ill both with? enthusiasm. However, she isnt in entirely ldst in thelliterary maze. She finds .ag f"'l l li! time for varsity sguad lpriactlce and chasing l id over the fhills with lMg5':li'Merriman after a i llilkly 'I lil Botany major, eafid tlieentNthe'Atiine, which we ' like befstf when shelsljrist bexng13,B11ly! : Y 5 .7 l Af' j X' Q li 'QR . I l X'-,X Applicant tory B.A. Degree Xa! x f -,. iw Ti A sf tifiil iii WILMA HOPE SPANGLER A' will 1 lk N. Q 3 1 A 5 Wyoming, Ohio 5 a til P, l li - l ' l r I is V lil l lf' 52 vb iii E I 1 'Li 5 .:. p fi Hx , Q V 'ef V gut iwgw ' il iles 1 px 5,12 l N 122 if , I ' pf N 'fm l' fasrj fi! i inf H fl 'li uve Egg, gif I A Lf RX Q we . ,. zvf tw all l .gi El fl f 3 y X q ' 1 rv l l " ,' gf -l l gay 2 al f l lsr! l l ll l it l t VV llljf i W5 ANNIE MAY SPENCER I l R Ng! , ln Richmond, Va. j l. X N3 fha Q I f I 'r ' i Y l x Tv I .' 1' 1 1 1 i ll 0 3 IJTHOUGH she wasl properly t Vit ,gf 5 YG ,A :Q W ' l iv d' i ig, p ll ggw lnarrreti Annie Miay we ve IS' rail ,frilly jtinguished her from otlrerzs of that Ji sname by callingfher May Annie, i V" il Nxand twhat a multitudeldof things Q 3 dz that. name means' to l s! May Vw, 7 Q1 1 L' 0"f"Zf lAnn1e,x the Botan1st,f,who, while J .. e SI, running to catch-elflof 9 can see a L V ,, Nat - it four leaf clovIeWr'rthatefi't'wqulditake an orriinary ,V 2 ir person an hour to find gi?lV1XayyAnn1e wingmg ll a hockey balllqdlown th'e tXfileld"sgXMay Annie 3-Vi 5 painting catndljjxsticks a-nd-saglxfsetgg May lad 'if l , Annie hel 'in' ever where. AndN'a's'Jfor in- VV P g , Y E 1,1-ul terest-well Gnceiwe thought her greatest if gill outlay in M. C. V. ' 'gl 2 "Sznce all tlzzngx slzofw it EQ, llggj Nofw we knofw it!" 3 , l 'N fl l 3 i -. gg E Applicant for B.A. Degree 5 X xv-5 5 5 I LV, QM! i M i I ff N ', llfffifi l El QM i i l l-'I 'Y l 1 A gif? Q fl--V-Ae----ew-e-.--M-i-M- Me- Q l flif""':'1l'Q1gfQfQ,,l,,Qs,,,MWW ,ew es l l:Zjjjllxijiiq.igQfKr,,A,,j1Qggg'igJiQTLTijfj'gQ1gjQ21iQijQ,i'.l.,5xi gvll . , We Juv . iffefi-f4ff4..:fif'..19ri2Qlf:Z2,v4if572'i 55215ia'ff15-,iff ff,i7lf111-?"'f:'i'2Q' l 2,415 1 u,..,,.... .....,.. ........... ......... .......,...,...,..,......,...,...... ,.......,... .......,,.,..,-,. Pay e Tfwo Hundred Sixty-eight L W: 'A :rfb il I , f i Q l '-4 I I- .V Q. ldv 4, P j peg m:'7:g'fe.". 1 1 1 5 Rum-e:,e. -sexi r..a,---- A---4 ---A'A W f'i""h"jfT'i' I is ,, 1 .13 T, , if E be , .. ,,... me-- or ,., . . . i. ere- if l . . 5 . 1' lffffk :,QTl1t-'lfiiaff-QAQQV. .V iff? ,li ffff . '.. QQAQQEZ 'xiii 1 R 4 3,2 I V if -4 IMELINE' has that quality which A 3 -- i is so desirable-.in a college student -jintellectuegifcuriosity. Along V ' r ' nv with this shefcouples a clear head lil, if E :Sill . l andfaryhfrriestipiurpose which have 1 il Ng brought' her to thie forefront in all iiig .3 1 T Rf, .:f'x'0i her-ffstudiies. 'Always desirous ini Q ,,fc,:, f 0 1- Jlyai h i g'h"' spiritual a n d gi , :V 'V E intellectual standardvin,.,Westhampton, she im 3 -- i has worked dulietlyykahd tirelessly for both HL, Vi the Y. W. I-Cf Ag agfq-izxithe Debating Club. E ti". i"fl Sh ell ferits the tplaceveshe has won in iii Ei 3 gil-, ew I A ,i rr lx,4r , N -X - ,l,, , if.r 1 1. ' r 1 ,,, , If 'rr ggi, it I both. i r. - u I 1111 ' l 'Vi-'I' Tv i Finally, incline lis a fineffriend. She is sf, 3 rifilfg frank, she is Zsincere, she is firm in her con- , 2 " . . A - Il' J- ia'-v'. Elin victions, but not nanXrovv,1'4,With.these qual- wi ig , igeighi ll V' ities sheijjoins af Cl13l1lT11Tlg"Ifl3lVCtC Whlch iii! Hg?2:'fQ makes her a ldrelightgrgmcompanion. , gtlggtg IkT:l Q li L l- -i jii 1 sffii -sg, g 5 Applicant for B.A. Degree W5 ffl 15 4 r 5 w ' A 1 A ' 15, Bbw, i 54 R, 1 ii Q Tl-, .1:1g:,: . . ,,11":' A' ,, ,-:"::iQ: E4 ., 3 I' if i. ,l , f'-3 'TM 'ex 1 X ' 5 if,ivvgeiw,i1f:7"i:1'::.':J 5 , , , s 1" ' . "7"l"..Xf1'- .1 ' 3,51 Z V, I 45' l V 1 if ' EMELINE LEE STERNS MQ, if fi p TQ l X Fredericksburg, Va. ll 3 lgglf ' :gy Na if ni li :, l HQ, i -- 2 i ii i' 'i" 'Wt ""' 'i" ' "W E - fer! a' I iii A if 2 R fi i R ' l ir MU gi li! i lx-.5-,..f' li hill i ff ill ilk'-ee i T A l 5 V. ,ll ' , ' ,,- ' i V 1 f i i it 1 Qi gf' l E ?T T ' QL il' i , 1 i Z xl' -- i 5 F ii I ' AE ,, , f n 1 , Q 5 'if ER? i 5 Tilf' 2 V6 wb l 2 2 ' ' 1 5 .A i A f 15,2 I 3 1 f Wet 1 ' , ' ' 9 'frail 2 .1x!. l Us 4 fr' ' 1 ?'P"i i i" ii i i A 'A 21, Spfig MARGARET sp TAYLOR 5 QI-ig Emporia, Va. , ' Q 'e X' I ! 1 1 Fife f ,Q ig gf 1 . ,, EW. A l . it HEN we want someone to paint a i il? J 'FJ Chinese idol, make a poster, or do ifziik 4 a Spanish dance, we immediately i if think of Margaret. However, we . iff 'iiffgl have to drag her down from the R l' i' lf'-v i 'V 'fix' 1 d t'mes before we can 3 si' ', , be C OU S some 1 i ijTZ"Laj, E put her to work, because Margaret SQL? 5 does love to dream. Now, just what it is that brings that fare away look.1nto heli US' p if ually snappy brown eyes we'd hesitate to say, TPZ, 342511 but is seems plausible that she might be com- iifiill paring the relative merits of ernbryonic law- i yers and doctors. Whatever it may be, Its , if? a very ".rmzley" sort of dream. gm: it I-5 i ' iss' t Applicant for B.A. Degree 1 5:44 Efblzlfi ,Ugg lir..4,, MTI. H .. , -is '7' ' il .fif i ll J: I hifi: il nw, ,Q l",, ,S li., Page Tfwo Hundred Sixty-nine l 1 1 1 r v . 1 - Q f -- A' ,,..:,,..,-N.. 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L-' :r 33 , 11 I1 m al le M F5 5 41 lx E12 ' U 1 it '- Z IP llll 'G Z4 l' if E H ll I' 71 3, 0 V7 al il L4 - HH ' F' D-I , ,I V K1 alll P7 DU ill: FU rn lg I tri Il Wlg -xi ig ll of is Tl QA A AMA A ,M 1 1 f Q f -l 1 HQ' ,J Yr 3, .t ,s, 9 I4 lv ' ,? illl .WIA 1 N I lm' N is 13' 1 . ,, l 11, 1' ,, 'il "N 1 41 ,,,, , ,, llir v l,' ,ii ii, Page Two Hundred Smmniy sw-v wfmfw- aa4.w-vmmaexa-caa-..vJ-rw-rnwf mi-pf . . ur . F - f.:4-tm I S I V W i, ,. ',f,'g,.3.": wry' arg , """1 ki 5, PQ! ".z"w1'-.UI !ns.w,..nr,:gf.4..g' ' I' Gods were certainlly in a giod I 5? for humor onggrheyday " 1z', got er person,alityf?fQ7 appearance. From ':, theivilaxipll- Hai? she received a ,fn .1 bountrfiul supply of charm and to 'EEA f1gd'irTth9-s,ta1't of her West- hamljfdnxcageer. "Liz" is the best of companionsfffordhergamiableness and agree- ableness dispersftlmorg case of blues as . .4 11 X ,x x if by mag1o,fand,herXlr?krne has become a synonym fforr "class" Mmvqng Westhamp- 1 x I lfj, 'Q 3' 'K 1 x qi ,Q ,,l1Tifil?'f,, gootiiloolds, whi h endeared her Q V' ...ll tonites. l -'Z Fpyilicant or B.NQ-fDxewgree l l ' X . l I W v i llllxxj ffiXX ,cf I KW lg l X l xl f H Y X ff l lla ld fl G V If i l ll ,Q My ,fu if l xx 3 , X X 5 l fi - l ll x l , 5 l : l l ' e is lx l f 2 K il ,f L . 3 , I I 5 i X A il I . s l l - f WINSOME, delightful 'entertainer ivith those characteristid Qeminisms Wvhidh are Hjust Mary QGlenn," is this daughter ova Juniorl College. 1,3 tj littlel did we know in oulr under- Nltlassmen days that welfwere de- privedtu of this Kentucky maiden. Fogday yve thanlifBethel College for the gift she lfas-ybestovierl uiison us. .Seldom dolwe find 5xgiyD who can pull down A's and.-Bls Withf'orie,l'P1-nxd and draw bids to all the social func-:ti.orrsNvviifh:-sthe other -but this is,,.'Maby Glenn. NN-f-mb As a song Bllfd-Q?lI1d pianist she has placed herself among the group of parlor maids who are able to furnish entertainment for the lovers of the aesthetic. As an athlete she is surely eligible for the first letter given in soccer. Westhampton is proud that Mary Glenn chose her as her Senior College. , Applicant for B.A. Degree l 1 if-1 RWM! Nf lt! QV' lv ML lv l iv XXV lf, .lvl V, ,lv lv A--, lv xv ,V 5 I T r Q , 8. 1. V. ,na V V nn V V, V a l Q0 V, V V V V V 1 . 3 P? gt? iQi,l'R5'f . ,,, ,X ,vs i J rv yr- . , ,X VY 1 l 1 1 l 1 l 1l ll l ill it Nl gl 1 1 I -- l x I 11- .5 . JPYZV' .. ' ,H JCY., f fe .: --V N - ,., if'T"1"' ""' r ' --H------f -'-- -A-Y-M --,f- 1 -M HN.-.---. ---..., .A .,-..., 1. ,,,:.L:':' 173' ff C . '-'f2"S'i""Zf, -f'-VQlv- f1:'mc1v't4f.wn,.evys1.,'ft+:,fxff,-Q-Q' sq... 1 - - , 1 , , 1 me , 1 ' YABALLKA. 1 - ' ' '- - - - . . '-1 ' 1 - - - - .1 Q Thx .nQi"'s,. . . T43-'S e up X H 213-,.s.fg?151 I in Al- -M .-..wg,:.,,..,-.,...,., ..t- .,. ,. ., M. ., . 1 fiffffiglggggg 'eff-fl: 1 fe 1 me heels- ifrferw 1 -We fee-e-ee-uve-ee g-M-.-.-..h. in 1 ,A 5 1 Y l 1 1 5 11 xl l "i'-TIl'I:::::.-.:'-11,331if --Ng? ' New 1 3 VTL-i'i'1i1i,':1:iiT f1iL::i11EE5Tf?E?-T11 1 A g nk. 'Ga Q F YOU ever wish a thing done 1 it! V I ff Well and at the time specified, put '4 1111 K .. l Q Ruth offh'gl'?9ommittee. She al- l 1 ways to do it, and you ' Q 1 as fi can gmlndd o your part, sure Q1? H U 5215.2 the K0 t e moi ow you will not y 1 slll gd y . ,,-Q 'ig hal e tfdo hen part. too. De- Qjll l gt If V pend - 1lity, doilty, and devotion 1 1 + V1 'l '-7 to all that i th s ir't' of Westhampton lla seems her mggy X. gg e lives up to it. We 1 1 N ' ,, need not that hex guture will be any- l I l l by thing but I ' ucceis, by exgeryone loves the 1 ' l, 5, dependabl . gl 1 il Ap licant for B. egree 1 ' x 1 X Q ll f t 1 1 1 l 7 " 1 N N X, X ,4 ri 1? ,1 X, K --N iii AMN -'V K M .. A RUTH ORADEAN WATKINS , Y kv ll Richmond, va. ' V '1 .. 1 I 1 -- ,N 0 1 y 1 1 1 I 54: W , 5 :xy " , ' Al 1 ' ' v K 1 l 1 T i I V .. 5 l 1 1 1 1 Qi x - ' M ' 1 1 't p 1 l l ft" V X li , h i -- 1 1 1 ll 1 111-1 l l it 1 A W l1Ex, 1 1 l 11 , V f ' 1 , 1 f 1 - 31 V l l ll W Y i :if 1 R 1 14 JULIA MADDOX WHITMORE 12,1 1 l rx 1 i 1 K, Richmond, Va. l 'I a f i V1 '1 ,Y X - A 74- 1 "1 V' V' W LIA has t o di erenttpersona 1- tl M4 .Q .. tielfj .Around xthose thaitcgshe 'knows V Y ff Shi,-is fu1110f1-fs: gsm 1 1:1 A I caryies on oo 11S e La, if any Freshmanf But airound those U l V' that she doesnlt knowysfo vyell she 1. ylnygl ..y if-ff3if"4il I is rafher reserved find dignified. I- l V fter all thou. -h her real self is l 24 1 it J . ' T' - E 11' lvl " good nature 'arid-J-o-l-lyfghille the other is more ' 1 145.1 H tor less assiimgd. Thixvre ,llsl one thing that HE 1 everyone lgrrodzs aboui,DTl1a'QSvlfe gets Per' 131 1 .. 1 fectly fra tibiaver e samqcdx-3tQifS-'SOYHC 1 ,fm V say that geygioaii tell when e a-msfare near 5 wi Q . by Seeing jTrH.3,Q3desperately at work! llagfivi ,SH E135 1 H Q Applicant for B.A. Degree 1 19' i Ti' ll i' ' " ' Wi' v W e , ll ., 'ilrggggg ,,e' :Qi ,,.' 'L ' , 1- tg' N 1' 'gil it ,g,::i , , ' H - - e V l Q11 -- ' A 1 wr X7 ' ,,,,.,,,, 1 . fl V , 5 VA! N . ' 1 f ,. YYYXX , 'YA 'f . " . T T" Ixf .,iN-f'.f:w"-' ...qjjif ,. , . Page Taco Hundred Se-venty-one , 'W vig 1 , i 1..i 1 ' U ru ' , Us Lff' 3' li? y Ei? 'J ,,, . ... 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V ice-President H Mary Hall Drinkard .. ------ Secretary Elizabeth Anderson .. ---- Tfffasufef ' al -- E MEMBERS ff -A Elizabeth Abernathy Martha Lipscomb " Elizabeth Anderson Fannie, Marks Elma Ashton Mary Mason -- Susie Blair ldaline McVeigh . j Evelyn Boatwright r W Estelle lVIyers Rebecca Brockenbrough Elsie Nolan Emma Brown Lucille 0'.Brien V Elizabeth Butler Estelle Qutten Kwan Fong Cheung Grace Puckett g Evelyn Davidson Marjgfie Rhgdgs, ll ig! Julia Decker - . May Rudd 1 " lVIZ1I'y Drinkard Gladys Sanders Q9 Ruby Foster ' r Wilma Spangler V Eunice Gill g Annie May Spencer Alpha Gordon Emellne Stearnes Anne Gordon Margaret Taylor V Cathryn Henna Elizabeth Tyree Virginia H011ady Mary Glenn Waller, 0 y Nellle HOOVCT Ruth Watkins vi I-flclue Jones Julia Whitmore Y111 Fong Leung Gladys Wright QQ ?wf: ' 1 iygy c,as, , gf? Page Tfwo Hundred Sefventy-tfwo V 1 1 Immducimg the junior Class ' L1 'i ui V N "c.1. i f ' 'I' 3' . J I E' V H f MARGARET ELIZABETH LAZENBY J V Presidezlf 'JJ , 4, Q ' V WP- w. I i l . U 'l il f lil L 1 gi c - P ge Taco Hundred S ty tl I e 4 r 'H 3. -y. .sa V, ,. . , , , 'f fine 1920 VLi2!?,r or as J an-me , ,...,.,.-.T.::-1-3:----1:1-,:::.::f.::r:::::g,:r?'fTri -V-A-if ' 'W , ,, p,g,gg:,gg 'g:1'4:'::Li::1'.Irti1fT1-!-M-H-- ---'W-""""""""" ' , f- " ' ' ,l M, V 5-Q5-, f':v:f,c-vf'f:1"-fv':rY"Qf'9?-G" Q - rg, : f' ,V H A -f V , z -4, Y ,,s,,,,---, ,.,, .,.., , .. --------------"""" .H 2? Vfsifs 2531 imllpii if-.-'ii' Wm. lfizafi .x, r ia.-4. lbxff Sh, 4 :pf f ,-QQ? im. , J 91. A wigs V Ml -qw . 45 l JPN 53,5 Srl We -Ai at 5' y ,fx HQ '4 i, X 'Nfl , ,,, J A v w Y 4 P V y fly? fx: ,vli Colors: Green and Whi'te Flower: Lily of the Valley Margaret Lazenby . . . Ruby Shelhorse .... Emma Huntley . . . Mary Virginia Daughtrey Evelyn Abrahams Nelda Anderson Mary Ellenor Armentrout R Betty Ballard Virginia Ballard g Frances Bell Allene Booker Florence Booker R Ruth Boykins lliabel Britton Dorothy Elizabeth Campbell May Copenhaver Lila Crenshaw Mary Virginia Daughtrey Lila Dedmon Miriam Dettelbach Margaret Dorsey Eugenia Edmandson Mary Ellett Class Advisor: MiSS SUS junior Class OFFICERS ' MEMBERS Lois Farrall Louise Fry Henrietta Fugate Aurelia Gill Edith Goode ' Margaret Harlan Emma Huntley Culley ames' Glenna James Margaret Lazenby Catherine Lett Mary Little Cecyle Loving Marian Marsh Avis Marshall Lillias Mason Mary Louise McGlothl1n Nlargaret Miller Marguerite Noffsinger Pthel Gstergren ' an Lough Costume: Colonial Birthday: May 13 . . . . . President . . .Vice-President . . . Secretary . . . Treasurer Madge Pollard Annie Renee Powell lVIargaret, Powell Flizabeth Price Marguerite Roper Kate Rucker Ruby Sale Elizabeth Sallee Harriet Sharon Ruby Shelhorse Florence Spady lone Stuessy Lucile Sutton Alice Taylor Genevieve Trainham Dorothy Walker Virginia Walker qallie Gordon Willis Mary Woodufard ' 'I-.g "- " t - -- "- -i f' V rl by Q. ' - ' J" YPYV VM" Page Tfwo Hundred Seventy? our V V V V a ! X iiffx -.Qi-11 .gl E 1 V I I Q. ,.. as V V nf- V ' I Il A fs H I P 1? I 1 7 0 A ! Q fi -'TGQSQQEJI e I-4 E? Q gs 5 5 9 E E3 W E X ,, My A... flhe IQQES Iwo J YZ3:Z"Pi,-d"'2?Zf.11'SQf1"?!'f,2:I"15yff1'ff2!I :.",rj, get?:',Y..CfI'rfs.vfL'TLlF:':f42itn'S15' . ' . , Y.ls'5:.h.!lLEHL'K..E15 W1.h..-'sf.-l.."S,I..h.q7i1 ?6"L13.Y'1LA:1f':.I..1QY'RJJp:Q5 '1',.1,gLfgx',,fq1g. Q-'j3f,,5,:r'-g23a,'.-Q23 j.L"ffj. 3 I. ' V Q E3 3 I -I E E i I I P I fi U 5 I 5 1 5 l T I I L I S I 1 1 i I Wi' X I V fx . . 2 J' 1. "mi-3,5 14. V if R .,.. ,, i li . fc 1 '-J 2.1 l V'--'ff 4 I- in ,K F. 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Farnham, Va. 1 ,E ff " L as Jqf, 1 , RUTH BOYKINS , MABEL BRITTON 1" w I E ' Y ' Ivor, VH- Norfolk, Ya. ., V L L x f W If X in v 1 Y v , A " l fv 1 L , 1- L 's f.w.:afSm.s5w,15-Q15 Page Tfwo Hundred Sefcenty six A , ,--E,....., ff: 1 ! I J425' ,.,..,,,Hgi 1 -a Mx, 'V I I 1 1 1 V My iifhff no 5 V V n f nn 7 1 1. 1 3 . v v V v V v V V Q M ul 15" ,. iw .- 1 1 1 I 1 li " - rx ' H... A- V Y, ' N .1 3-' U31 ' ,3 I fic, , 1x' 4 1 1 1 .J- Fij f -fn? Haag-YYT1','a 7,-1,1 QQ ,QA A,-,Y T4I,1'1f., 1 2'7??f:7Q?7i i'ilifLi?"?.1f1"r'f4i?5i it r 1 A 1.1 .12 i' 1: A v 11 M""""M"""'"m""v'W' V , ,-- E .. fl V 1 if if .. 1511 U 0 1' 1 V F321 Uv 1 1 .. 1 ftjv 1 -. 1 V . 1. W1 v v 351 A Q31 NV .. 5 54 A 1 'v' Qi , 1 1 V11 .. , . 1 V 11 K 15 W TL . Y ' ! FY Y V11- 5 .. 1' ff 1, 1 , . if IQ ,x ff N, 1 1 11 1 . V 11 Y J YA 1 11 1 DOROTHY CAMPBELL MAY COPENHAVER LILA CRENSHAW jf .Q, 1 v . . 'I 'il -1 9 Doswell, Va. Nlarlon, Va. R1chmond, Va. wa!! ' 1 L5 ' .. '11 INEZ CUTCHIN MARY VA. DAUGHTREY 1 . .4 :- Frarfklin, Va. Handsom, Va. E651 ' V V415 " 1 Jr' if 11 .V ' " f- 44 31 1 W 4, .. 155532 1? E 'iff U 1 ij f 5 fx - Tv -xl , ik . '1'r'ST.'1'1..in-RT'1'l5l:,f?i--E'?Qf:A3:if:3?5a?5Q?513fiQ3?E7f?Q?ifQL1fiffj.walfilf , A 1 1 , A A Page Taco Hundred Sefvenly-.fefven 5137.4 W , A ,,A,., ,A , ,.,.W-,., .... .AY - A -,fX- -'-A ' "'u' ' "A""A" U 52- Q ,-5 if R 5 Ei 55 V V ,V A V, E, i ,V, V.. N, V: In 3 ,V , no i 1. V I v i i V N 1 I 4. 5 E' V s i ' 1 LILA DEDMON MARGARET DORSEY MARY ELLETT v gf r Qi P , Chase City, Va. Bowling Green, Va. Pocahontas, Va. .. on Lo1s FARRALL EUGENIA EDMoNsoN U Richmond, Va. 4Waukesha, Wis. X7 F 'QL C Q . QL Y..4 0 V Y V X7 ' Xa Q li fy-5uH-gif-3l,f7mr-gM"71QQQ5aw?wgm"i --1,15-,A " f'ifTTt?4"' o 'R 'R o ng: "'R ff 'R ' 'icy iii., ,.IL. 'I r L. 1- E 2, ,,,:,: Z,: :iw 1 .. WJ" ' "5 A TEYISY . . ' . , " Iyzlyg-ff . . 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Myra Byrd Allen Helen Gasser , Manon McGinnis - lg Dorothy Bagwell Lonnelle Gay Elizabeth McKnight i if Dixie Baker Claudia George Eliza Grimsley Miller " Catherine Bell Dorothy Gibbons Mary Montague ,, A Nancy Bell janet Hall Mary Winder Pearson Mildred Anna Breling Dorothy Head Thelma Phlegar 1 Margaret Bremmer A Judith Hill lylargaret Powell 1 " Evelyn Bristow 1 Lavina Hillsman Page Price ,, A Mary Chenery Virginia Holtzman Kathleen Privett ' il I Kathrine Chilton Elizabeth Hudson Elizabeth Reid A li 4 ' Anne Estelle Clarke Janet Hutchinson Catherine Rhodes i Juliet Coleman Sallie jackson Dorothy Ryee Q A i N l Louise Coleman Thelma Keene Edna Earl Sanders ' I Mary Louise Collins Dorothy Kelly Margaret Saunders , V l 'Q A Georgie Mae Crews Janice Keppler Virginia Smith ' V , Emma Crosland Gertrude Kipp D Eddie Soyai-S L l ., l Evelyn Cummins Dorothy Knibb Kathleen Stiiisdn .. ,V Y I Edith hnug-611 Alice Lichtenstein Katherine Throckmorton 'M xy lx orot y aughtrey Rosalind Linson Nada Tchomoneff A A lg Margaret Daughtrey Alis Loehr - Alice Tyler 8 Eflith Devvitt Margaret L0UgW0fth Eleanor Waters V il Virginia .Dickerman Virginia Martin Clarice Widmeyer X ll Isabel Dickerson Alice Massey Lucy Williams Elizabeth Edwards Anna Massey Sally Winfrey :J Mg, gl1za:JlethEElg1n Audrey Massey Margaret Wise l - il MOardJdeyEvieteli'a t Jean Maccarty Jean Wliight ll r r Mary Wright xa lW"Q 2 ' l M545 We l.ig,iv'i' i" ,r"'tf:f2ig2i-ifgggiiiiirf 1",' M- ---V .rifie --,,,,,,,,,w,, H C l Q 45 'iifi i'75'f:fi A iff? 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Qi Page Tico Hundred Ninety-three Page Tfwo Hundred Nineiy-four Page Tfwo Hundred Ninety-fi 'UK Page Tfwo Hundred Ninety-six - Introducing the Freshman Class '17 1 - Ai, I 4 -,-1-1:7 -in-1 I I , 5 I I I ' I I 1 I V I I I I ws 'WJ' ' 'L' "' 27' I ki IVIARGARET ERNESTINE KNIGHT - 3 I 9 P .d fl .J V n resz ent .IA 'J - me ' c 01 P ye Tlwo Hundred Nin ly .. l H arte was were to J, F, .-.,,,,.,-r ,,... -..,,...H.,--A-.M.4-'-----------PM--------ff-A----' '--- 3:5-,3::,7,::33g::'.1::7:':.::.:LI,L?2f.1T.l2Z.1IZZ-T'-L?-TL55-iliililfelifl-933-lT-3-ff'ifmiff' , ' - '...""f: i 1 f V y pg, B if l' vi Q Freshman Class 5 1 U i Colors: Blue and VVhite Flower: Ragged Robin Y l l Birthday: April Foolls Day Costume: Jester Costume , F I J i Adviser: Miss Maude Woodfin Y tv 7 V W OFFICERS pp p Margaret' Knight .. .,........... ------- P resident V i Elizabeth Taliaferro ---- ViCe'PfeSidem l N ' Y Virginia 'Lazenby .. ----- Secretary A V Elizabeth Sherman .. ----- Treasurer I I i V MEMBERS 4 A i . V ' v " kathleen allen katharyne hastings Willie pane smith frances'anderson lydia hatfield mary lou stainback l ., 3 hazel anderson alma hayden cynthia stephenson marie arthur , edith hollowell thelma stephenson i D l i ritchie mae bailey virginia holtzman dorothy stewart W juliet ballard mary howe irene stone ' , Vi margaret bass elnora hubbard lillian stuessy V . U wilhelmina baughman cecelia hunt anne sutherland ' V ruth bishop helen hutchison elizabeth taliaferro p 1 - l ,, emerald bristow flora hutzler ann trent f l t frances bristow clara ipock nora turpin jessie mae britt mary jenkins virginia Walker 5 elizabeth butterfield elizabeth jones louisa Weatherby l . margaret chapin margaret knighti frances white Ip thelma cheatam rosa lake otey Williams 'i l H l dorothy churn agnes laprade margaret Winston -- catherine calhoun ruth lawrence rose lee Wynne l dorothy connally virginia lazenby elizabeth Wynns helen covey mary lindsay ethel perkins -L sarah cudd charlotte logan elizabeth persons l - ' t viola elliot garnett martin elinor physioc J l elizabeth elmore louise massey virginia pleasant E louise eubank virginia massie ethel pond Q i louise figefs florence matthews Susie powell ' l l .. bettie fitzhugh bertha mccall mary richardson i evelyn ford virginia mcmurtry margarerrichie X Iois frayser gay minor gray robinson i " francesigarthright sallie murphy sarah rogers ., louise gaYlC anne myers margaret rudd F anne gravatf E edna myers katheryn schooles H henriette' greenbaum beverly neale pauline scott 'M elieabeeh gfillafd pauline newman dorothy seay ,. 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Marjorie Rhodes E5 President .... E, 4 Vice-President .... EJ Secretary-Treasurer . . . . Rebecca Brockenbrough Y MEMBERS IN COLLEGE . Susie Blair i Ruby Foster D Rebecca Brokenbrough Cathryn Henna E , Emma Brown Marjorie Rhodes H Gladys Wright Q x V , HQNURARY MEMBERS , , Dr. .May LQ Keller Miss Maude H. Woodfin V Dr. Gertrude H. Beggs ua 10 so , ,E Pi Alpha smeans.Pente Alpha, fiveeprizes or excelling in five fields. These include -- Scholarship, Religious and Social Activities, Class Activities and the two A's, Athletics " and Art, which is a generic term including music, painting, dramatic and literary abili- ty. Pi Alpha is primarily a society for Seniors who have broad interests and are sincere '- . in their love for the College and willing to exert themselves to keep its ideals alive. . Q. 5 5 5 E g. 5 V va ' W ol V E' .lv 1 , bf i - v y - v g f- C .,.. . f- iyylili, '-r.. .-.:x':i:1z':s.:Qiw,gfrrvvzvs-:Q.ff:-:t.f:va':1wrnQu'5gE-qqjg-VT'-Q' 'TW ffm' M"-'N' "if eff-A - -------M ---- -M-4-f-T---N--e'-T'-""""""f,x E- f,1 -- - - FJ 3 ezvxfrvf-zrv'4E1' .A . - fx .,.,. Page Three Hundred Eight E E3 V5 Lt' W' .i we ,w, ,ti U U 1 . . 13 t fi' .1 3 -5 gi U li Et X. I .1 4, I If fl NYU Rhodes llvmugh Hin wcludc hlcrius :abili- inccrc Eva. 'TR' 4 ,,.,, Page Three Hundred Nine E r l i i l i i f""i'-'-4 ,f , 1 l ' ' Q19 ,- ' "rl l:f3" Vail :N ,' lii3l" 1 il iw gli 1 :5 .A e it 51 .M in lxf ,f ,. itll Q, i T 1 H E H .. . . , E3 H 3 l i L Lge The Debating Club I i pi ll t QFFICERS ul i Mary Louise McGlothlin H Nlartha Lipscomb .... .. Juliet Coleman . , . . F MEMBERS gi .- Juliet Coleman Margaret Dorsey Eugenia Edmondson -- Edith Goode .. Virginia Holladay Dorothy Knibb .di H U an INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATERS e 5 Q as e ,. 4 . i 1 , l V.. . ..... -...,.. .......--....M4.,-- , .. -... -...,-,-.,,. ,- - ., ---...., -......,, lone Stuessy Genevieve Trainham .. Eugenia Edmondson Emeline Stearnes Mary Louise McGlothlin lone Stuessv l w ,."., .H ',4..-,V .V wwf f vi. ru i s i i j.. l -56 e if L, E! ., .. 40 Eli E1 r fit ET E5 Q 1 -f N I ian of , V no U Q it 3 V so nf V -J .- L v . . . . . President . Vice-President Publicity Chairman j Martha Lipscomb Mary Louise lVlcGlothlin Marguerite Roper . Erneline Stearnes l li i u. nf 4 nv X V i Q! E - so o 1: 1 an n. 1. X Ei i 5 ,GTZ ll vu:-i:'fvf.fz'v-:1m'm"2":a"vf:-17vtv+'1:'r.ws".ffz 1:1 .7 v-.g i:,3 gig: as as isl- - a--s M- ,.Aa- 1 agta -W-A-------ee---A--r-A Fisewfda,1:r',dfA.:.f'Pf,i1sfstr11:24fxifg 1:11-eqfwifi mf: sei PIT 5- l f-:'iT'l"l,-f'lNW'T'1vTp'551:iQiaqvjwimalf 'Qs l.l1'l'I1'ZLif.'.I'...1ITITl'TI1'.."'. 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Mary Ellenor Armentrout Virginia Ballard Frances Bell Allene Booker Florence Booker Lila Crenshaw Eugenia Edmondson Lois Farrell Louise Fry OFFICERS .-.........-. MEMBERS Aurelia Gill Margaret Harlan Catherine Lett Cecyle Loving Mary Louise McGlothlin Margaret Miller Mary Payne Annie Renee Powell Marguerite Roper Preszdent . . Secretary-Treasurer May Rudd Harriet Sharon Ione Stuessy Alice Tyler Dorothy VValker Margaret Lazenby Emma Huntley Culley james Glenna James ,,., . X ... ,.,- ., -,.-...........- .. ..... - .,.....,---,. .,.,, ..,. ,,,,, .,., ,,,V,,-V.--A , l lwmff rf-r.-ffq.i'v'.1ffivtfsgewf.w.f'r:w'a-erf-v.'vf'vrl:vvm:e'w:11"g'fswrw '-w'4--1-Q15lf3Q'e'3TT'4S ""'LL"'L:Ti' 'A" , LQ .4 " rf' ff X , 5 ,,p ,- :B , 3. 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Director ,, V Harriet Sharon Mary Payne - Juliet Ballard ' l Margaret Miller ' Alice Taylor Jessie Mae Britt Juliet Coleman ' Sallie Gordon Willis Lucile Sutton Georgia Mae Crews ,, V V ' l v no F l v l V 4 ra 0. ,Q- Q Y at E5 A-.-s. , lar, F L' r- --.,e,---H r.,.,.,i. - ww -,vi-., IN. U1 iw - K,-.5 x ,a,',. f'lwili"f'1.':l4s'fgl!,l,.' , -if . an J .,. 4, . S.. V.-. --. W- - .,i,. .. ,,,,., .-....A-.,-Y.w- vi .- ....,., - ...-.a-...-,.-,i..,.. . V il Ani ,----q,,lg-11:55--,rg.wvyz'a7.z'WJ:v7.n's7xrvgfxwQ.f I N -ff -'Y-'53 - -f fl ' ' 7 -2- - ' ' ' " " ' '- 'Q cf- 'Z' 5' g,pg'm,1,r ,'lj,:,'Qj,5k1l:,ALWl..lQ-i1.l2X.Zh.x1l-L1M38.LL,'YJb. Zi? Page Three Hundred Thirteen ' l l ., X14 l rf m 5, ., 'H 5 r e 1 5. 5 5 1. ,W f .av W .- Cllrer lfgl i? WEB , ,n C E as 1 M y fr.5:eifrff.1i?-zwifzgtfggygfggg3ggi-v jjgpfe gr , ,jf ,g,3g1,'.,14,fg,ra:'rLa,rgn.i4A:H--'f- ,3j1g,2g,1i.:a-n.., A-w- -ff---Af----A A A-h' ----X' """"r"' " -V ,-1, 4 .f FT? V, HM: Q: .A ns' 'fl -u . .55 5 I, 5422 k r if . 1 r ..l . 0 . I l ..r HI ' n .. .- X 1 so .- 4 V XA Florence Booker Mav Rudd lWargaret Powell Evelyn Abrahams Myra Byrd Allen Allene Booker Florence Booker Emma Brown Dorothy Campbell Mary Lourse Collrns Dorothy Connally Emma Crosland Georgle Mae Crews Sarah Cudd Margaret Daughtrey Music Club OFFICERS MEMBERS Eugenxa Edmondson Eleanor Hubbard El1zabeth Hudson Sallle Jackson Culley james Glenna james Dorothy Knxbb Mary Llttle V1rg1n1a Martln V1rg1n1a McDan1el Margaret M1lle1 Preszdent Vzce Preszdent oecretary Treasurer Pauhne Newman Marguerlte Noffslnger Annle Renee Powell Margaret Powell May Rudd Margaret Saunders Kathleen Stmson Ione Stuessy Margaret Taylor Anne Trent Ruth Watkms Mary Wrlght VL ere.. fv'm'v'w.y"m?"r"s:"lv "r1rf1:1zfw, we Page Three Hundred Fourteen Q Q, 'af . g -4 .. ..... - l 1 ., . . 5 V V ..... ..... - . i 4 r k Q r g . ,F l E3 A lyhdl . . ' n D n 1 gg! . Q . ff: ' , , ' 1 . : I ,,. 1 5 Q E! E3 5 El 4. u Q Q4 1 5 rl an Q v -Q M ao 54 S g. 5 E 5 w E 1 Q 51' 5 WF ov 1 1 1 I 1 1 n. I l ,. ,w 1 H vw. V g, S ' X fi vfb ......-...-:Zam-M---Aix.-ll:-5-...-.......r,,....,.r,, ,,,,,.,3f,qh,W-A.gw'jh-MN XJ Y J LX 49 .. V E-2 v ug 9 El N1 Q g Eg EQ :Ei 4 il l '- 153 .. WY' il V f -4 -- if V 2 Q 15' ' Art Club .. , . V '5 OFFICERS Margaret Miller .... ............ ......... P 1 'esident 3 Madge Pollard .... . . Secretary-Treasurer' '9 sc? - NIEMBERS " T3 ,, Margaret Harlan Margaret Miller fa Madge Pollard Estelle Myfers V Susie Blair Ellen Acree C' Margaret Powell Harriet Sharon v Eugenia Edmondson Allene Booker V Margaret Taylor Alpha Gordon f .. Nlay Rudd Catherine Lett X 153 V nv 1 -M NQQATQTZZL I rm f..-ve ,. rr '4f:f:1':":".r",q+T'1l-1 rv 'fQdi1,f Q - vvrxvx T1 Hr tqwfwrwmx '11 mx 4L2a..r3iL.z2i'o,.r:zi1:far..,aQ's...t, ilalf? 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Thelma Phlegar Margaret Knight Virginia Dickerman The Writers Club IS an organization of kindred souls, who Wish to try to put their thoughts on paper It has been established for several years, and has always been limited to a very small number This year we have eight members Each member Writes some special assignment for the monthly meeting, and her opus 3.pO11g1CS to Editor Jones is criticized and praised by the rest of the club The aim of the club is to help one another as much as possible in giving the embryonic Writer the criticism of friends and friendly enemies alike V V n an I 4 A v V tv 1 r,m.,2..z.w wMrWwm,WM emWrwmmmmm:2frmmwma' A l j . , ' Y ' e' ' e ' I 3 Y 1 - ' ' I i i ll " lo V T v vi age T11-fi . be g affairs -fe rr ,E eeee eeeg -0- 12 ll'.Q.g5ig'-, , .Q. . . .D-, ,F3AE5PIZi1ej:g Z.: ifzvzlgvizgf. Page Three Hundred Sixteen ' g,,,-- I 1-1, iq-F 'Ev' ,. it VJ 1 V M 5 ..i 'l 1 I y T, . 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K . .. .Y .-- - -- - """ 'AH' ' " " ' ' """'h' 'lfQlLlll'L.ff .l:fl11A,fff:"" ,,,.s,,.,.,.....-.-.- t-A -W ---4-ev.-ggy--:::11.14412-Sli'-l'lil'---lfffle-"'' ' 'j5T'L1" J, WTC? ,- 4 - - - ' 'N 115-1--1:3 "'t-?T:-"":f"T"h"""'n'T7ilTLT3174l7i-'7-7-'333-'-A- jj ""'7'f""""'jff,f,, I" ,lr -., ai.. 7- - -. Q-.y-QQIQ-3y"?gkiN!"2X., 'Rafi' ",W4'Z'L, t. fi ie. Q fy- gf- :WJ Nix' nv: i I l 5554-f.. 0. .'1 li V -9 ...V 4--L44----F W f"' """'U't"'h""M""W' E E' I V ' 3 ' ' ' li Yi El V A I 3 . V , . . A I V a ' ' ' 1 v 5 B ,-gn! li, U! Nj ,..y ,N .. ll v V, V V V V of no 1 n n an X Q l v if Coach Fanny Graves Crenshaw lf an ev A 'Because of Coach Crenshaw we have a new and deeper feeling for all branches of , " athletics, and through them for Westhampton. Her frankness is at times quite dis- v " , concerning, especially to those who have trouble in distinguishing their right hand H from their left. If you show the slightest gleam of intelligence, however, she probably -- i will bestow on you one of those smiles that you don't soon forget. 3 v p l 4 l Q She enters into everything-playing, coaching, talking, living, with that same vital n a n ' . l gg , " force and skill that commands our admiration. To her high standards of sportsman- v V- ship toward which we strive Westhampton owes her clean record in Athletics. Q3 g I- 1 ' 5 Q Ml l -' . r l l iw ., V E " il J Ev-Tv-x""fTr:s.'9i"f'i'f7 feral"'ffwfTwf77fQf3f45:?5T4???5IZSTZQ' iii ,. 'W' tts'os'e ' s f'l?'i ll lil P Q.,Q:1,i,59f,: gl LjgTgZ......,.,j.-p,gLg:::.:i::.....Z1.i,L...,.-l..M.--..S" .-.Y--. iii V val" '1,..g if 'Q--'----0 2-A1127-3:-fl: v4,..f --MW-------Q--7:1:::'?f'TTTl'lJ Page Three Hundred Eighteen 'i .1 .- a . 1 lr 3. you os 1- c ffme 192.5 was 'V +f+ii53iT A ' f -f at A , wig ..l i -A -Ci T V 'tai 1 sf tt? wi fl! 4 'VL Q L! 1 E A . 5 EQ 1 Yr . " egg 0uts1cle Games " vig it 1' .111 + 1 ji 1 - S HOCKEY E5 This year Westhampton added Harrisonburg Teachers College to its hockey B schedule. She won from Harrisonburg, 4-1, but lost the big game against Sweet Ea, Briar, 7-5. G , 3' if 1 -- BASKETBALL - 1 Westhampton failed to attain her last year's record again this year, winning only E f i one game, tying two, and losing two. Qi The first game of the season was with the Richmond Y. W. C. A. which ended 0 of lis- nd bly tal ln- Q1 1 .. U 5 Qi 1 1 lil 2 . 5 .. 474, 3 1 1 1 1 in a tie score of 32-32. This game put the Westhampton sextet on her guard, and she won her next game, with South Carolina University, new rivals this year, by a 31 to 15 victory. She went to her defeat in the next game with George Washington University, the score being 24 to 18. The team went to William and Mary, where they ended the hardest fought game of the season with a 32-32 tie. The last and most important game of the season was played at Sweet Briar, where the Westhampton team was de- -V Q? Q feated by a score of 29-26. V 'v 4 L. 5 QA 15 5 'V ll E42 " ltyg, , Vg Y 51 f .ga sy? FQFS45 , Vw :PJ .l 4 V II wif :livin liafl 55211. -!i"i'l1 - - -' ff, wi K3 -'ffi 1 .. I VV?-A Q ii ffgg :vi .1 - ' .Q '1'..F1. JK.-ah. L"f,fi-. '3-JF. 5-JM -if Page Three'Hundred Nineteen 1 - -..- - rm- " , M ffhe 193535 W -M5 I W-,o,,,,e. ....,. s.a-..-sY1f::,,1::1e1::.::::.q-.5il'--14145lfif-W e -4 Hi""""'H-""'r""'rr-- ?f --as .zfff'rff"Tf'1?f - .a ig oftiff-.fr-fmfrf3r'21'f1'fff:f'f'r'faerh:?'r'2WP-5'i?"2"'?'k.?'d7I'te"f'?'f'r?' : A gg ef 'M' WH I In Q-0-M.-..1f..L,+fqQ 1 Y C QL V I QQ O Y s Ol X X if xl! X V Y 2 5 ff' if IL' . Athleuo Board if . I " il I Q President ...A . . . . '--- Marjorie Rhodes I Vice-President . . . .... Isabel Dickerson 5 1 X ' Secretary .... . ..... Margaret Lazenby Treasurer .... .... G eorgie Mae Crews X Hockey Manager- . . . .... Rebecca Brockenbrough E Bdfffei-bdllflfdndyef' .... ..... A nnie Renee Powell I . C I uf I TWICA' Manager ----- . . ...... Maude Everhart r Tfffmrif MUWUVK7' - - ........ Eugenia Edmondson I, C Advisory Member . . . .... Coach Fannie G. Crenshaw ' " Q i . QL Q .. if V .. . ' if V. f I' f .. ' 1 "f .:""i, A-1 e- ff---. ,,.ML.-.,-m.,,,,, UI L41 - P415 Q 2.-Q.,-,Q - . , , - , "r'r'f"' 'c-' ee-'-' --M'---f' , - , X4 C C ee-'-we , 2 I Page Three Hundred Tfwgmy MMWNQMM'W' ' M 'AMW 'W If? f igtigiw I I-A I I ion Ix IME I? II' I I'-I I E.. I.. IL 1 I I5 IU I H I 1 i I I s I s.. I, I I f-. L. I-4 3 I I s . I I-4 I3 I I -I I -4 3 -I 4 I I I. 5 H. II I I ru 4. III I5 II11 IMI II I I1-I ' I I wi e Rhodes Dickerson Lazenby e Crews nbrough Powell fverhart 1ondson enshaw I Page Three Hundred TfwenlJ1'071f Varsity Hockey Team G. Wright ... ........ --- CflPff1i'l TEAM G. Puckett ...... ........ . .. Right Wing M. Rhodes ........ .. Right Inside R. Brockenbrough . .. Center Forward M. Roper ......... ..... L eff Inside A- R- Powell ---- ....... L eff Wfing P. Price ....... Right Hnlfbaek G- Wright - - - Center Halfback C- Henna . Lfff Halfbnclz V- Ballard Right Fnzzbafk J- Wright ...Lfff Fullback M. Rudd .... ................. ........ G 0 al SUBSTITUTES , I G. Crews M. Lazenby KI. Powell I. Dxckerson I. McVeigh C, Rhgdeg Page Three Hundred Tfwenty-tfwo rptain U7 i n g VIISTI18 'ward lnside Ufiny 'fback 'flmck 'flmcle llbrzclz llback G nal FIRST HOCKEY TEAM, CLASS OF 1925 , A G. Puckett, r.W.g Rhodes, l.i.g R. Brockenbrough, c., VV. Spangler, l.i.g A. Gordon, l.w. E. Boatvvrlght, r.h.g J. Decker, r.f.g G. Wright, c.h.g I. McVeigh, l.f.g C. Henna, l.h. ' M. Rudd, goal. SECOND HOCKEY TEAM, CLASS OF 1925 A. Spencer, r.w.g E. Anderson, r.i.g E. Brown, c.f.g M. Lipscomb, l.i.g E. Abernathy, l.w. - ' ' ' .f.' R. F ter, c.hg L. jones, l.f., E. Nolan, l.h. M. Mason, r.h., Lucllle O Brren, r , os M. Jones, goal. Page Three Hundred Twenty-three FIRST HOCKEY TEAM, CLASS OF 1926 E. Edmondson, r.w.g M. V. Daughtrey, r.i.g M. Powell, c.f.g M. Roper, l.i.g M. Pollard, l.W G. Trainham, r.h.g D. Walker, r..f.g M. Lazenby, c.h.g A. R. Powell, l.fg V. Ballard, l.h. V. Walker, goal. SECOND HOCKEY TEAM, CLASS OF 1926 N. Anderson, r.w.g L. Dedmon, r.i.g I. Steussy, c.f.g M. L McGlotl1lin li ' E Soyars l.w. M. Armentrout, r.h.g Ellet, r.f.g C. Lett, c.h.g Harlan, l.f,.g.i., Clltchin ii E. -Salle, goal. l Page Three Hundred Tfwenty-four V . E Q FIRST HOCKEY TEAM, CLASS OF 1927 fx f " . Alice Massey, r.w.g V. Holtzman, r.i.g C. Rhodes, c.f.g Anna Massey, l.i.g G. M. Crews, l.w. P. Price, r.h.g I. Dickerson, r.f.g M. Everhart, c.h.g J. Wright, l.f.g E. VVaters, l.h. V. McDaniel, goal. SECOND HOCKEY TEAM, CLASS OF 1927 ww H. Gasser, r.w.g A. Massey, r.i.g M. Montague, c.f., C. George, Li., E. Bristow, l.w. V. Smith, r.h.g D. Knibb, r.f.g D. Bagwell, c.h.g D. Kelly, l.f., A. Loehr, l.h. J. Coleman, goal. Page Three Hundred Twenty FIRST HOCKEY TEAM, CLASS OF 1928 B. Butterfield, r.wg D. Seay, r.i.g M. Richardson, c.f.g B. Sherman, l.i., M. Willis, l.W M. Knight, r.h.g M. Rudd, r.fg S. Rodgers, c.h., S. Powell, Lf., S. Cudd, l.h. Lake, goal. I SECOND HOCKEY TEAM, CLASS OF 1928 Howe, r.w.g L. Massey, r.i.g J. Ball d .f.- D Ch - . V. Oaks, r.h., G. Minor, r.f.g E. Souther2lgndFc.li.g Huurlil 1Lci1rii1ii'elnhve lh A. Hayden, goal. l i i l i I Page Three Hundred Tfwenty-six rEQ1Qij C. , mx gl F 4 F N r W E 1 g. 5 ei n :- 1, 5 V nn .- 0 V 1 1 4. 0 1. i U e S fl ,fJ Q. n 1 n frhe 192.5 WEB V 1 ---- --....-........,..--.. -...,-Y .Y , H --1 , , ,ly , Y ,Y rv.. J ,, H W 3 A 4 x Q W 54 'P at sa- 'f an V v lli E . ln 1 5 H . na ft E7 y V if n 1. 1 .xg 0 L9 N! 1 1 Nl . ., V 4 no 5' 1 Tennis 3 .Q .Q Y Individual Champion .. .............................. Virginia Holtzman V ,, Doubles Champzons . ..................... Vlrginia Holtzman, Page Price V v H Singles Team ..... ....... E lizabeth McKnight, Virginia Holtzman, Page Price ' v an W'earers of Blue Ties if . C'Started in 19195 Na V . . E . . ' ,, The blue tle IS awarded to those who in athletics help Westhampton to approach Y its threefold ideal for every girl, a healthy body, a sound mind, and above all, a truly i fine spirit. It means that the wearer is an enthusiastic supporter of athletics, one who N3 encourages others, loses gracefully, wins modestly, and cheerfully sacrifices for the good E1 of her team. 1 Ef our or COLLEGE xg V. Jones, '19 E. Elsea, '21 C. Wimbish, '23 ,, M H. Tichnor, '19 V. Lane, '21 D. Oliver, '23 V L! F, Shumate, '20 R. Hoover, '21 E. Morgan, '23 Q S. Bragg, '20 H. Lawson, '22 W. VVright, '24 '- fa H. Sichnor, '19 C. Patrick, '22 F. Jones, '24 L. wright, 'zo L. Shipman, '22 V' Gore' '24 E! ia L. Doan, '23 IN CQLLEGE 9 C. Henna, '25 M. Rhodes, '25 G- Wright, '25 . ii. ""TT""1"""f "-'T"?3'l':'Af' '-f""'c 3 T"'3 'ATM Q . '. 1 . c. I i Page Three Hundred Tfwenty-serum V NJ ill, l . l .lip A 1 l .M "1 ll ' li. Varsity Basketball Team r li My H ll . it A M. Rhodes l J sl. TEAM . R. Brockenbrotigh . . ..... . . . l M. Lazenby .. G. Wright ....... Annie R. Powell . . . Marjorie Rhodes Maude Everhart . . . Catherine Lett .. l SUBSTITUTES V 19311 Wright Catherin Virginia Ballard S h R Page Three Hundred Tfwenzy-eight ara ogers e Rhodes . . Captain . . . Forward . . . Forward .......Forwara' Jumping Center ... Side Center ..... Guard .. Guard , dl., 'F g up lo ,.,i,.L'llLI-L., 1 I . . ,Q---'r-'re-Wf1"'4"1"l"f'r'ft " " '4'rt-"'-A--Q-we---Huge . fl F, lr .. . v ll A U u l V .. x, 2 l Vl A ' A Y . A V l -- 9 I YW r Q X T , . V . I " Basketball Squad, Class of IQ25 lf. ll E. Abernathy N. Hoover fain A Q A s E. Ashton M. Jones " E. Anderson E. Nolan ' . ll R. Broclcenbrough L. 0'Brien ard la f l E. Brown M. Rhodes l ard Decker M. Rudd . ard ,, A C. Henna W. Spangler ,ter . -' " G. Wright " ter l ' ll Va' V v zrfl ,, Q l ff we Q ,Q lg y n .. U J 5 ii ' l X Q5 . -t .. - , . W, A Nikvxrti "U"Z"S.VIK"Y"'E'Y1"YTY'Y2KqY'XY'ITX'T'.i"'YFl.'TT'x"1T'KT"HE'Y l Cf' : f.: .X lm.. l A-A-W--1 :.1If..KLi.1z.p....Q.-'-"' Q,::Q,, ,-,, .""" Y 5 7" ' - " ' - Y W Y f 7 """': "W "0 ' ' 'i fT5'f5n'ff A Page Three Hundred Tfwenty-ning - V 1 . rs Q 5 lwxflffrll H 1 ' - - ' s' ..LI,L.,l.LIlLf'.1I.I.'2f11iIll1L'..."LT...,....""'A"1I.QLllllT2:I' " " 'V Q A-3535-4 11 134-9143131213313133731:'T:f:'?Z?::?3'ff3 Tf'ffjf'ffl'l'fffI'TTQI.iff1QLTiQl?1x, cnr.,"f.am'l..iv:..1'v'?iJur?s. F V 4 l l gs erin, ra , Q., . .fa 4.-r-..j:',f:f:-g,gr1g2f:' -ffvy-'fWE'4Wf51ZfAiwifi 'Q' 'l 'xuifff Wifi 1' 15? B 'T' 'lg 55325 E9f?hj,5f3.f:f.3.f1 !.f.Q.faQ.u.:ff1ufQLu.x !,1r.x4a.:.ef4x4.:z11..zt.Q , l 4 If f. upQ:,.,Q.-wg.,,.11-.grslfqaamir-r::e'4.1n:ff:..-mcsfwfv Ef'1i'.ft4--':"ff'Q'L , , 6 fi -:..y.:.: ..-U-1-4. -a - " A '- - ' ' '- "M-M" M-'v V , , X3 V. 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Everhart Audrey lVIassey .. C. George P. Price V D. Knibb V. smith V. McDaniel J. Wright li ., Mi V :till if is 5535 lar 5 fig: 4 lavs l f as a -- ffftf fi an ... . S .-."1'1'm,-.fH'1:',. lp 'TNBYX rx, .mxkzf ,11..:r-za Lf' N3 f Page Three Hundred Thirty one -frlle 1.925 WEE ,-msl-t he a - ., ,a:,-f,,,:1t,,l,a.,Qas-M. .,. 2 lfrmfj' Y j'T'j"' "' ' ""' , V . V? V -- 'Q lf .,. -- f J- -'Bbq are-e ,-Moll:-Q-bggfgvfsgr ,.,, , - TFL X ss- -fi -axxjdir-Mffzkf-Sf ITV' l ll V t l l l , l .. , .. ll l V H l Q H l ik ff l l Q l . 2 Q: l V E Q' Q 1 bl v l O l ll V 5 QQ 1' rack Teams -- 1 I I U 3 . " 2 I V , , v Q l 1924 l Woodyard - Jones Clore l V T Q ' lv i 1. " 1 V ' 1925 l V G. Wright W Henna Rhodes ' V' -- Brockenbrou h Ashton l -- v g l l -. l L! ' '- 1926 .Q V A. R. Powell Graves Daughtrey 'A ' l Pollard l l Ellett T I! at ' 0 I .. 1 A . Y ' V 1927 V ' l , . l Clarke Crews Waters - v , v H Morrlssette Allen OO V T V no 1 lvl 0 P so 3 L v l ovl l l v l " l l 5 U 1 1 ul l ff ali I v V , V I 'nn lVl 5 in , xv 1 0 V C4 5 l V 5 l T M-L----a----------.1-N-.--......m-..-t...-s-,,---,,,,,, ,wumm--5 , MJ 5 V- 'nv:x"1"'i"c'X'rx1lr:L "3F"""h' ,X ff "I""""T"'i"""""WH""e "'4'e "M" """" " 12" l s 'S'fi'fiw5f7'l'lfLf'.'Q5TZ7l3'll f5s"fl?f'if 3--f'T13.'51?' 7 C 2 Y if If 'lf . i fa .l ,,,...1sa-,x,1.,.,ll5 V , -.-la..,1.h...1i. L.. ,JN ,,,, , H-Y..,l,...,.,A:-...,.-,-,: ' rg.,,p,1 ...4-' """" ' - 'f Page Three Hundred Thirty-four vm ii l I l l l V 3 fl. gif Y E? I3 Q V Ml ,- l 6 9 rl I H' nl rl 5 l V l nu' Xl ll 3a Ml BE 'il Ml .-i U ..g 2 l-2 R I .55 .ji Ml Ml H 'Y S -. E l i .. Q tw 5? g w lf l, Xi xv Vt Al ,l7'AN . . Ti L' Jn A. LJ' fx' f H. T. 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II ' I r , ni Ip. , .AI I .J A IE .,,I -.I I I ' I I MARY RICHARDSON I vy Eg I I WINNER OF BASKETBALL GOAL-SHOOTING CONTEST I I I . II I 'I I I l I ,, ,J I uni ' MI I ,I V I . In I - . , , , I , , , IE' I gi ,IQ 'MII ' I I. I, I ., I , ... .. , I II 2, ' I , H WI li . I I 'VI AI II II WI I 1, I QI ' .. I "I It!! V II , .. I fa I ,.1I g ' , . , sa, I I .. ..' ,H - :I Ea w I S E52 BI QI T Red Cross Life Saving COrpS I . v I E. Bristow A. Loehr V- McDaniel I tag: W. Baughman L. Weatherby H. Gasser I" I 'WI TIS' Ifxlfg' Ifgrhp 1.44, I 'myqn ' IRKLI I f . , , IN.. JM, M., 'UN-.51 :,..7, M' , 1"' 'I A V , I., W Page Three Hundred Thirty-ffve h. 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' l ,Vi If He bought a farm out in the woods Girls, gleyheallle from liar and Wlde: K p A U -h ! f III- um. 0 ,I 1- He bougrlilt auglarm out in the woods Girls, they, came from far and wide, I 1 lvl V Said, "That surely does look good." In that old black bus to ride. I - ,Ci Q Um-hum! '- Um'hllml , ll i Don't you think that it was fun, V. ,lift Q ,, Um-hum! cl Q I ' ' Don't you think that it was fun, 1 ln 1 3 ,E Q '-V, The -'way Westhampton was begun? " ,H l A f Thatls all! , ftp l THERE'LL BE A HOT TIME IN THE OLD WHO'S THAT COMING up l TOWN TONIGHT ' DOWN THE FIELDS? I 1 L " i Westhampton, take the-ball right on the roll, Whois that eofhlhg flogvh the held N Dribble it down and shoot it in the goal, Wh , Faif as Gandhi- ,ght , 5, For we are out to win. os go PeP all 5 ealh a'fl 1 I 'f just hear those Spiders yell, X, Just Wafeh ahfl See- There'll be a hot time t Whos gonna Wm, glrls- , I l , In the old town tonight, Just tell me Who! , ,-- Rah! Rah! Rah! Old Red and Blue, girls, V N Q 1 L' FRISTOE, '23. Old Red and Blue! - l j i . L. FRISTOE, '23. I f' 5 p HAIL, ALMA MATERS W TELL ME WHY ' ' Hail, Alma Mater, sunset crowned, . N M U h h,H-t .dl tl.. d Tell me why the. starstdo shine, I . M I V A Pon t eg l OP Prou Y S an vp Tell me why the 1vy twlnes, A I E p ,. While woods and vales your praises sound, Tell me why the skies are so blue, Q l And waters still reflect the land. Tell me, WeSfh3mPtoh, lust Why We love Yoh' V CHORUS g Because God made the stars to shine, M V' . Because God made the ivy twine, v ' Nl ll Westhampton, wondrous mother true Because God made the Skies of blue, p .. ' H p Hear as we sing for aye our "God bless you.', God made WeSth3mPtoh, thatls Why We love You' V Hail, Alma Mater, joy of youth, LANTERN NIGHT SONG . .. Our guide along the path of truth, irlgeailh Yiiesthampton pines welre singing .. ,V H oft e falt th ! 0 t e it of music swinging, ' V ll I p OW W .er on e Way As we vow our love, its lv p But thou wilt ever hear our lay. Firm as Stars above V xi., 5 I P ' . f, ' ' - " ls' EV. Hail, Alma Mater, nobly wrought, Tb0Io1hsreScocllegJd.0c'Te.:iT'svwitudgbrigl IV I, Long may our trophies here be brought All OUT Strength and loyaltv v 'lvl For we would join thy loyal throng, l lglay 'auf ellogts ever J, " H J Th . e a rm en eavor ,V 'f ou queen of those that right the wrong. Always to be true go thee. F. FLAXINGTON HARKER-ELLYSON, '18. L. FMSTOE 323. V ' .s A I . K" j MSU il ,f'qi'L., ..,.,.e ----M--. ---..,-, ,-,..,,, ,N gg-V 1 WS-lff'1.5N4a'2w..2tw'ti. 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Vertical First two initials of a famous coach, or the initials of the discoverer of "Chol- ly Horse" in Westhampton. p What we are all proud of being. VVhat we get from home when we pull in No. 21 Hor. Our lake has one. What the athlete does to his teeth on entering battle. Colloquial spelling of what Miss Keller usually won't allow in going to a dance. 7 The preferred quantity, acocrding to Q 17. What we do after receiving a Student Miss Crenshaw, "1 Government Invitation' 8. Our feelings after Dancing 1. CAb- '- 18. A favorite pickling fluid-employed a breviationl' ' great deal by Richmond College boys. 12. A squash-what some girls are foolish i u i . I enough to have. 19. A place ipfested with Rats finitialsj, 13. The beginning of a Command by a or the beginning of a college yell. . Stutterer ,-- 21. Ah invitation to a yellow tea. 15, Bugs and Buds? x i 22. B0y,s nickname cspelt to suit usj. 20. If you can discover what this is we'll , , , , 'h 1 l F d- 23. The blackgowned sisters Qinitialsl. 5:53322 iiZuH:I:aiai ffitggnjtszyi or 24. The. burning passion of onels life, 22. The Sophs byword in hazing time. unmalsl' 25. The initials of a prominent personage. 26. The one who controls the checking ac- QC0lloq,j, .. Count- 26. VVhat we say in Chem. Lab. V 1 .. 27. Boys' nickname-"You know me-" 23- Where the dog W00d grows- . . 29. A I b b t t' . 28. The one who makes you lose faith in Popu ar ver a ou exam Img I human nature. 30. Whait my grades are every mont -a so i . I my nances. Q 31' tReP3rt tithe Dean S Office Wlthm next 31. Old English spelling of definite article. wo a s. "N y i D 32. How close one usually is when the bell Q 33. T-Iisilhilfasterls voice. Abbreviation. CCut rings for lunch' ,, In a 33. "That's where my money goesl'. Un- V 34. Spanish for "this", itialsj .V 36. The followers of a modern school of SS. The goal for which we strive at least iv' repartee Cmisspelledj. f0l1r YCHFS- Y fFor answers, see page 3615 X. " I ---+5-----A'----e-je'-m"r'T""TT"'T"'i"""rl'.g"'f"""TW ' 15 ff.: C 'LL' fffif .LL gym: ,-QYQGQ 77,.f'f .3157 ':'ff,,',.Q:':g,i. l Page Three Hundred Forty fzfve I 3 Page Three Hundred Forty-six Z' Z, 12141-.-,A'-! I 1 J rhwnzxy 1 1 -All ' I ':::::..4:t:,1.L:.1 Qld M " SH ,1s1'1rfife'f2ffi1 1 4 1 1 ig Pfifff? : T1 1 Q 5 J vs 'fx . 1 1551 6 1 11 1 1 , l P.. ' 1 1" 1 ...X w1Xf, Fd 'Q S 1 Q rdf XX!! 1 1-51 11 41 , I , , ,, . . 1 P j 1 an , W 1. , X 1 E1 E? S 1 ,.-1 1.' ,1 1 ' 1 an E E' 1 11 1 1 ' , , 1 1 Mx ' X ll n' E is 1 ' 1 513' f . Va' 1 - 1 r.. 1 1' 1 1 11 X: 5 Q 1 ,ggi E E 1 1 E5 Q1 . . ,. 1 . NV .. - 1 1 ' f 1 1 .5 , 1 1 1 . 1 1- 1- W1 ,, 1 1 , 5. I.. 1 1 1 11 V 1i " I vu, 1 E3 1 Q1 E31 gf' E31 1-, U .1 eN,ee14 1ggH5f:ga1f f 1 1 AA I I' - iii, :,g,.',,:'.'iT:1i':Ti:,1. : ' 'ii Ljufdd--ff737J 1-'if 1 ' Page Three Hundred Forly-sefven X 5 1 1 1 .,,. : .1 . r -,V 'IVE 1 ' n . 1 r -1 . , fi 1 . it .',,, ., ,.,. . .',. gtg.:,351.,:a'g'gs,'.4.g2vi'i:,'k:i1'12i.g:1':i:J:1':::.1':LZLL....,,..,.""'f""'f,"l 1 , -s.'Ljg.ffiw,-fu.,fur"-,iws'11.-Inga.'f:.5Q1'g'Ty' 5- 1. ,gf -3 itz: f3f.,:.-, "-A mmf' ,:.wi,:f?'Lx::f5dmi:a-a:v.L:'i:.i1...e1..z1.1gfQ3:1,s:ar.l.:JC..s:At.G. M, A,.,, ,,,-.,.I ..,.. ..,,.,.... - ...---ww ----- -'--'-- --'- f--'-'-"""'- """""""""""'1x-! 52: 5 i f What Members of the Faculty W ould Say jf V lf Held Up by a Burglar t lffrg! W. 1 XX Doc. I,ovin'. "Go long man- V 'MEI ls... vou're just a plain long fool. V l " C-1 -1---1 - ' f Don't you know you can't horse a S man that's been raised in Fluvanna ?" v n ., 'l ' ' Dr. Ryland Cuttered in small Wifi V vicious barksl: "Busy right now- see you in one moment-be seated!" ' ! gl V.: --' f"" .--sz'-'-M ---- . wg I ,W lVI1ss Beggs: "Why my good man, V! I'd be very glad to give you some gl R .... -1-J4f:--- money, but I'm only a poor spinster. ""T.--,,.l...- I haven't even a husband." V Miss Lough: "What does this mean? This is a very chaotic situation! Hectic and tragic! I can't think what the I ggi upshot of it all will bell' x Mr. Hayden: "There's a mistake about this. I'm a college professor!" Mr. Astrop: "By the way, this reminds me of the time the bank was robbed at x o . . Q I E1 'Punkin' Center"-and so on indefinitely. I Ou ,f . yi Dr. Gaines: "Now if you will give me your very close attention, I will show you a little trick." V xy ! ' cc y - - ...lg Mr. Merriman: Be careful. Youve got your foot on a Solidago nemoral1s. ff Miss Brown: "Rotten stage business. You're hopeless! Melodrama!" 'V Miss Moore: "Are you an electrician ?" I T l Mr. Seay: "Uh well, the Government would get it in taxes anyway!" l X47 Mr. Dodds: "Search me!"A we Dr. Negus: "Get it from Mr. Wingo. Ilm not the stockroom boy." Miss Turnbull: "Miss Keller is busy right now. She'll see you laterf, 1 -Q- 5 - Dr. Harlan: "You were placed in the wrong case group." lxjll' . . . I l . i Miss Withers: "You have such a good voice. Would you liketto sing in our -' xg choir? I lf' , i . Mr. Prince: "You,re right. I agree with you." A Miss Harris: "This is unworthy of your intelligence." Dr. Boatwrlghtz "This is a Christian institution." lwrs. Chappell: "RALPH ! ! !" ' lm a lvjli QSM V . lain Ef ..,,. T ig .,,, ...ia ,.,.:--.-,.i, ....,,....,. . .,.,, ..-,-,i,, ..,, ,.,., .i,. ., ..,.o. ,,,i,,,,.,,,, ,,,, ww-AAIWANJUN ,AV.,,.., MMM Nvpp P-mm-MMM huvu, an-ww-N-.Maya-'mu-mm-QM.-vnu--Ntg!-MA-A-n-Q Page Three Hundred Forty-eight .A : ' .,. if ... J., ., .., 45 i, xl. is ali..-jf. Y . E1 i" il 5 ll l-- il lvl! lull X13 ll l. ,ll l . I l l - I 'sf n w Q r 3 ' l eo' l fl. ltd. i-I Ed ll? .l . 'll Q . l ll' Q ll Q I l . ig Wi Ml 'M lgxl I l .gp .- -l I il 1174! .pai ...f'fl. flAf'! ..,, lllg-5 .pa-e.. .. l lm l 5? :if 1 l I l l l El n. v an 42 l ll .A Ai: be l l f' u ti vw ua .. on Q T 5 o . K l l Q ta tsl nl 1 Six l '.,, . ,ti Qlwiyg Ex' '. 53.1 , 5. .41 , gf .1 in-I fli' t,'f l 2 l ' I . l x' D' 'M' W . 1- A. I1 rx:-"s r 2 .f 1 wif iw if 0" 'H' -1 7 .n.,J':-.J l 'Qi s 1:f'f-vrwrm wr-iam vm.-1-.-.1 FQ gili J-'uv l 'f' .'-f- f - 1. . ,,,- W - gg- Kg-553-1 551-ffffff' :fLr'..m.rQe..ff,:..fff.is.:rf:.a, Parallel far English III THE WITCHING HOUR . . . u MgIl0V3Jilfi2.10 P. Saturday - - . Student Government Sail A THE ROMANCER - . MISS Waples, Dr. Kuyk, and Dr. Pitt S - E- - . Billie and Pinky ' Ralph and Naomi THE DOLL'S HOUSE . The deanery GHOSTS ---- . Yellow slips CHANTICLER - Miss Keller's hat ALL EOR LOVE . . I ...... f Margaret Miller Dr. Ryland: "What kind of fluid is glass ?" Richmond College Rat: "A vicious fluid." Dr. Loving: "Coleman, explain mass." C Julllet Coleman: "I can't explain lt, Dr. Loving, unless I use Virginia McDaniel for an examp e. . ' Billie: "We get one holiday Thanksgiving." Dotty Bagwell: "Do we get good Friday, too?,' Unathletic Senior: f'Well, Becky said I wouldn't be considered hopeless if I knew what she was talking about when she said sticks." Pat Knight: "Oh, Styx-that's a river, havenit you ever heard of it?" Mrs. Waddilll, calling roll in Spanish class: "Anna Massey, Alice Massey, Audrey Massey. Oh, I wasn't prepared for this-I wasn't expecting triplets!" GLEANED FROM RAT ALLEY Rat: "Is Y. W. a good sorority?" Rat: "I'm ill. I think I'll go over to the Red Cross Building and go to bed." Rat: "Do they make much of Odds and Ends here?,' Studying for Biology exam., Margaret Lazenby: "Now the sperm cell is the microgametef' Judith Hill: "Not microgamete. I have it right here in my notes., The sperm cell is microscopic." ' Judge Ingram: Dr. Harlan, I had one of your students up in court the other day.'i Dr. Harlan: "What was the charge ?" Judge: "Speeding, He said he was hurrying to your class, so I let him off. I thought - that was punishment enough." Miss Keller, in Drama Class: "Everything sat lightly on Romeo, even his first love." Dr. Ryland: "When we meet next time we will go into solutions!" e HEARD AT THE HOCKEY GAME Miss Walples: "How many halves do they play?" Miss Turnbull: "What do they do?" Page Price, in Biology Lab: "Mr, Hayden, what's wrong with this picture?" Rat in Ancient History, giving cause of decline of Roman Empire: "One of the main causes was that people stopped marrying."' . Miss Woodfin: "Where did you get that idea?" . Rat: "Why on page 406, it says that husbandry declined." In the doctor's office sat a four year old warmly dressed in a bright red flannel coat. N Kind lad 2 "I don't see how the child stands that Hannel. I couldn't-flannel scratches so. Y . . Four year old: , "It doesn't scratch me, lt makes me ltchf, Marguerite Roper, reporting on trip to hockey camp: "If the coaches told us in the morn- ing our playing was rotten, weid wear different clothes the rest of the day to cover up our mistakes." Mary Louise McGlothlin, telling about visit to Kilbourne farm: "I've never seen such clean rooms, there wasn't a wrinkle in them!" i l RU M it E10 l . lv v 1 ,l l ll . ll QV l.. l, lv i r l iv 9V pv iv v 1.- iv lv M VV 4 . l itv yd ZW lei 'iii l fi is vw fill? "R Q, Page Three Hundred Forty-nine .. -g. A -,. on 4.- Y I The 1925 was 1- g V , ii H-fin' 'ffll'-'Ii Y , , V t it ' B it B A i ' WSW" ,V 5 Q 'E U L Billy Spangler to Billie Gordon: "I want to buy some powder." , I Billie Gordon: "Well, why don't you ?" Billy Spangler: "I've forgotten what kind I use." B Miss Keller, in Drama class: "Miss Dorsey, how dosyou account for Belimperia ya I V Q falling in love with Horatio so soon after the death of her' fiance, Andrea ?" H I , Miss Dorsey: "Well, Miss Keller, I think the man that's alive always has the 1 ----- best -chance!"' - 4 A I I U . . I . 1 - 1 u H' V I Miss Withers: "Have you read The Lzttle Prenclz Gm? I 7 Q , Mary Payne: "No, Miss Withers. Is that French I or French II ?" xg I Qi ' we A CJ' Q' ,,.,..- I' I ' A I is Q , ., ff - X l Y 'Cl N Q- 1 vi I-T I I 5 v .. 1 3 I I I I l t I I A v 3 -' I 1 I I v .. ,N 1' I l ll l, -A .. V p 4' X 1 , , "-I I I -" V .. i -L-is N 1 ' g A .. V "ii ...... I -2 -Q v -L ,--F F .5 'I -W' "1 0. -4 1, w .. y-.-- .rf-,-, L WhoL'I'S wrong, viffilq 'Hfng ?Ic'l'ux-Q? i AQQJSN-'k 'fmkg I-q,'l':yq. Qi goo' ' ff Physics behind them Anglo beside them " Grad day before them r nn V no lu V V an no 90 -i . V Q 'I rod the fair forty. -- .. Stormed at by ev'ry prof- N Boldly they started off V g y V Into the Senior year " " ll Black gowns they bravely scoff v ,I , V ' .. Gallant fair forty! - , l 3 i V 5 . 1 . , ANGLOPHGBIA ' IV I Thereis a dreadful epidemic V ,Tis the ,subject Anglo-Saxon I v 'v vi gh, ft 5 Spfealdlng all around And the Seniors all agree I, 'f I Of IFS Pam 15 academic They would say with Stonewall Jackson .. And its got those SCUIOTS downed "Let us rest beneath the tree!" 5 V ,Q lei i U L4-----f----.-..-..-..I....-...-a.m.-.,--:r.,..,,,-..N..,,,,M,,wi. 1 4' I, V- I-v:x:1f:'arw11s'vrnf'vf:' f 'TilfgifTQQi3:'ii1LTTp.':iff:':ggiggf111::f:,1:-r:'r'f"'"' f'fI"fI V' Page Three Hundred Fifty I I 5. A 2l:,viQ W QE? w XE? ,., E5 E33 2? ,ra U ,uf 3, Mi my 1 .si .1 H -- 5 E9 W ia lava I n. I 1: 1 N w sa -9 E5 53 1 I9 1.5 K.. i. 1 E: L4 'v Y F l Q ,,.. l X! ll -f Lx! ltr lx: E R , X , iq ,, I-. 5 I I 4 I -A X S, time 1925 was an on r L v E1 Q l v P -' ' '- - . . j wx X, ik An Abridged Dictionary Prepared for V -- . .. L, B lncommg Freshmen w Q A . ' . , - . . . . Q H , ' pzne tree IS' an eyergreen tree which is used for decorating the Red Cross Build- E, H y 1ng. It also furnishes inspiration for proclamation songs, letters to one's family, and ff Vi Freshman themes. I V ' Q' For a definition of Gym Contest see Lucy Williams. H Q Good sportsmanshijn is washing out the tub after your bath. l Q? U Faculty government is the little whip which is cracked by the little dean. " A zfictrola is a musical instrument on a week day: and an abomination unto " Emeline on Sunday. C An Enduranre test is a series of contortions which leaves one in such a state of Iwi -- collapse that one IS able only to wonder what kind of wheel ,chair is best after all. ,, A light cut is something we take in lieu of a narcotic. It has the same effect- lm - H the next day. P The phone room is a small room containing a great many packages from Thal- V himer's and Miller and Rhoades', as well as a number of girls in pajamas who are ta' waiting for the crowd in the hall to disperse. f- It also contains two phones. Une of them r ' p ' - works if you kick it, or if you're lazy, insert a nickle. Q V A proctor is somebody who wishes she wasn't-a proctorl l... - 1 V 5 " Time: 10:35 P. llfl. Billy and Polly were both talking at the same time when someone down the hall said, "Shi Shhll' .- A Billy: "I wonder if that shoo was meant for us." Q Polly I, "If the shoo fits, put it on." U ' Annie Renee: "Donlt you know the game with Miller and Rhoades has been :I called off ?" .. " Marguerite: "Well, where is that school anyway?" Q 0 Extract from Fresh1nan's French Diary Q "Nous avons cette semaine une voiture anglaise pour le 'hockey' l" ,. Billy Spangler: "What's all the excitement about Sunday nightn? . -- Billie Gordon: "Oh, a bunch of Randolph-Macon boys came up and swiped 555 some light globes-and just played the rough neck." . V Billy Spangler: "Well, I had a date with a Randolph-Macon boy Sunday night QQ and I didn't see any rough-neckingln Estelle and Joe were dating in the class room section. Enter hh. Atwill. Estelle: "Pinkie, there's somethlng wrong with that door. Will you try to close w it from the outside?" E: F5 l -:e .- . A , Page Three Hundred Fzfty-one n....- fs,- l 1- Q,- 1 4 ' .V L1 f gawk 1 ie -- .1, ,, , ,,,., . ,.,...-,:-Q... , , ,,,, .,........ .,.. .,t..--..,.............M.,,, U' L. -.fp-s. 'r-rn.. f-ss?-.fa".1. Srmwyzx vm. amy' I 5 Xl 1 A ' V These well meant lines are written " , - - 7 T the thoughtful architect D .. Wha+5 k ,wiihTh'5 Ipl hwe Vlgho planned our Blue Room win- lilllhl u Illlll dows ' We find them quite correct. lllllll . ii J---II Convenient too for hearing lllllln I-ll!-I d ll---:J gf 1-11'-12 A lecture most se ate . i11f::J But better st1ll for peering - fgfggg Ilfafai At restless boys who wait. - :Situ ' p 2,-1111 :nun-6 We thank you Mister Draftsman, A - ve " e ' e " . We like your blue prints heaps. This 55 1 Cbrislilh 1T'SI"!LL!"""! Your windows are the berries t ' T , You have our hearts-for keeps! : TO THE CITY' CLERK T Oh Bobby, Astrop's married Xp, The knot's tied hard and fast In bachelordom he tarried But he succumbed at last! I Then Sidney Stevens beat it i And bought a license too ' Oh bachelor ranks depleted! i' ' What will this campus do? ff Ch Cupid, spare us Mister Dodds! 1 And don't take Mr. Seay! f Provoke the "Laughter of the gods" l And let those two run free. -V QQProfuse apologies to Messers. Kipling and Deeverl "What was that bell aringing for ?" said Thirteen-Minute-Date. "To turn you out, to turn you out," said she who stayed too late. V. "What makes you look so white, so white ?', said Thirteen-Minute-Date. V "I'm dreadin' six weeks campus," said she who stayed. too late! HIPPOLYTA? With Apologies to Langdon Smith Reminiscently dedicated to Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw T When you were a Senior and I was a Rat V And we took the efficiency test V And side by side on the hocky field " We longed to Hop and rest , Or dropped on our heels to rise again V With many a wail and groan 0 My heart was sad for my form was bad - And I ached in every bone! C Page Thr ee Hundred Fifty-tfwo 4--f-- A- -,-A .- -.,..-.,...,.... , ,,. --. ........1..-.....-.-----' V Q' A f -vnvf. fwfr: 4 'f',i1f':Vf'if it e'fi.:.nJaun:'mvbN:Af1:.f!GAg1Lf.'1:JE.wB .i , -. . 'I IW ' 'af ,V 'rx 'g' ,L 4, I'rZLf421f1'lZ3g?4.L,:i "'p:.gT:mf:-:g:11::,rg-3,3----:lf-7---3-A B-A. .L V .434 -V 4 , NWN , V V Q V by Y V 1 H V K l ,l.g7.'9fg.'f?',1':T'I9J'I'X",Q.?'3"'f,,,':'V' f?W'-,Crap ."1,xf-.,f-1--1-gr-.7-3y --my ..-ts. . ...W f"f:".'QQ",'.TQ",' " " " " ' - f- ---'M - - -- '.:M.:-si? 1.11.1 'H.'n5a'- ff-at fs- C v TLT C12 -C T I 'Z f"fT"'."1 '-1 ':35'F1 "4"f' 5 -lrT5i"5"sf"+ -"A - ft-ff N-T4'7-""'t'kF1'TnT'fL's 'f1'PrffHf?.. 'sr':w.s'r'r -. ,- ,, 5,3 Mara-. it -ffkefi-.---122555125 1-eiiffes-ei eff f-fwmf-' -M 2-J 1 -- --- -.........f......-..,.. , .. ' V 4 1 l . --. ,f m-Q ,sms .94 f That the Public May Know! , It has long been a conviction of the students that many of the ideas which they laborously evolve come to naught, because they are side-tracked by scheming faculty advisors or sup- pressed by unsympathetic deans or lost Cintentionally?j in the files of the president's or vice- pres1dent's office. This suspicion has recently been confirmed by the finding of a document which was evidently designed to infiuence trustee action, but which quite as evidently never reached the men to whom it was addressed. That this document climbed the various adminis- trative steps prescribed for ascent to our final board of authority is evidenced by the marginal notes 1n chirographies so familiar that the authorship is betrayed. We suppress these notes! Emanating as they do from the persons mentioned in the final paragraph of the quoted docu- ment, they can have been actuated by no worthy motive! Rather, they betray jealousy of more fortunate colleagues and personal pique at a fancied slight. The document itself, how- ever, vve print in full: To the Trustees of the University of Richmond:- Dear Sirs :- Immediately after the last Faculty Meeting at Westhampton College the officers of the Senior class of Westhampton College received, as is customary, the detailed report of their regular committee whose function it is to "listen in" to all faculty conversations and dis- cussions. The radiator pipe, being in poor conducting form on that occasion, failed to convey all remarks with the usual clearnessg and much that the committee did receive was,of so trivial a nature that it is not worthy of serious attention. We have, however, given considerable thought to an informal remark of Pres. Boatwright who deplored the lack of features for the approaching commencement. With no more bronze tablets to be unveiled at present, with no Westhampton decennial to be celebrated this year, there is indeed a prospect that we are doomed to a featureless commencement. In this crisis the Seniors of VVesthampton College feel it incumbent upon them to furnish the ideas which will make the 1925 Commencement worthy of the distinguished class which is to go forth in june from Westhampton portals. Our plan, in its essence, is that at last some honors be conferred upon the devoted faculty Who for so many years have altruistically served as part of the academic background against which features of past commencements have stood out in strong relief. Is it not merely the part of justice, that Cin the absence of stars of the first magnitudej these lesser lights be given an opportunity to appear before the public eye in their own right? So we suggest an All- Faculty Commencement: The honors which we have planned fall appropriately into three groups: A. Degrees to be conferred by the University. B. Commissions to be executed by the professors. C. Memorials to be erected. A. In this group we suggest: 1. That leave of absence from the domitory from 4 A. M. to 6 A. M. during the Spring term be granted Dr. Landrum so that she may complete her statistical survey of the campus birds, and that at the approaching commencement she receive the degree of M.A., signifying "Magistra Aviumf' 2. That, in recognition of assistance frequently rendered to a colleague in the matter of a certain costume, Miss Isabel Harris be given her choice of two degrees, and I. J. G. F., the former signifying, "Costumer to her Grace", and the latter signifying, "Inductor into the Jade Green Frockf' 3. That to Miss Emily Brown, who has labored so unsuccessfully to creat a school of original drama, there be given the degree of B.F., signifying, "Bosser of Freedleyf' B. Under "Commissions to be executed by the professors we suggest": 1. That an international commission be appointed, consisting of Dr. Mitchell, Dr. Lough, Dr. Harlan, Dr. Meredith, Mr. Hayden and Mr. Merriman, to solve all present and future international problems, the assignments to be as follows: Dr. Mitchell to put the United States into the League of Nations. :,5wpv:M..,,5,.,x-x,k.l.L 3.7L TETN 35,3 T,,,,',xG,...,x,T .. .. 5:3-:L - Q-fi ,. .' T315 FVIX A". .hw fir"-L fl! 154 'S fr 'rim --' Af H' X' ' 1-we " wif. XLT' ic7.l:" Rf." k'2I7'1P9.'.-'ff ' i S-1 H 5- I W'-' '- ' " f " - f' f Y ' i 51 ,Emil .U 5-, PES E3 ff std 1V lf l 3 E 'ci lt! eff 2 5 ltd lf 3.- gtj, R3 std sta le EE? egg ta !.. 4 if? 252 lf? M rl F. .IE l ,f lk! L--? QI Tx-.A 41 31.1 , , iw gN.."4 Y, . 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H 1 Dr. Meredith to act as interpreter. V Mr. Hayden to isolate and confine every germ now flourishing in Europe. - Mr. Merriman to catalogue the flora of the Eastern hemisphere. Nl 2. That Miss Woodfin be commlsloned to invent an ambidextrous system of note-taking so that her copy of all documents in the State Library may the sooner be completed. V 3. That Miss Louise Withers invent a study lamp which shall generate electricity by consuming it, so that her mid-night study may be pursued without undue strain on the ,, 'I V . university lighting plant. Vi 4. That in recognition of Dr. Loving's long and faithful service he be.directed to. install ii at his own expense an "Electric-Esculator-Not Osculatorm- running from his resi- dence to the science hall and thence up to Westhampton College, the same to be at the disposal of Dr. Harris when he needs to meet a Greek class at Westhampton. It is thought that Dr. Harris, being already weighed down by honors, will appreciate this physical assistance in mounting the hill. 5. That Miss Ryland be empowered to invent and install at heriown expense an auto- matic book-returner for the use of faculty members who patronize the library. 6. That Dr. Ryland be directed to avail himself of that modern chemical triumph which ,, maybe purchased under the name of "Hair Groom." V C. Under "Memorials', we suggest: p QL 1. That in honor of Miss Crenshaw's services to a high art there be organized a Univer- " sity Terpsichorean College with Miss Crenshaw as dean and Misses Turnbull and in Gaines as Demonstrators, this College to be known by the name of "The Crenishawn V Dancersl' and that the Harker orchestra be a part of the organization. - 2. That the existing back gateways of the campus be widened for the accommodation of - Dr. Beggs. P Several names have been omitted from the foregoing lists ofisuggested honors, A. The recent appointees Mrs. Waddill, Miss Moore, Mr. Hackleyg all of whom have ' served in the institution too short a time to demonstrate their worthiness. It is to be hoped that 1 they may prove their fitness to receive marks of disinction when the next featureless com- mencement lmpends. B. Willis, Astrop,.Chappell, Negus, Seayg all of whom have recently received-or shortly " ' are to receive-a wedding present at the expense of the faculty for which no adequate return 1 will- ever be made. . ' i C. Boatwright, Keller, Gaines, Kuyk, Prince, Pitt, Tabbg who, after all, never work, since ' 1n the office of each there is provided assistance in the fo-rm of a secretary or a nurse or a skeleton or a mummy. lf reward for service is demanded by anyone of this group, might it not be well to offer "Honorable Mention" to the skeleton or the mummy? fHere the document comes to an abrupt close and it is probable that the final sheets have been lost. So far as the editor has been able to ascertain, no measures have been taken to carry out these worthy suggestions. We wonder whylj G.H.B. V I had an awful dream One night They lodged out in the draining spout V 7 ' to CI d eaten Chocolate P105 The Red Cross Buildings flue. I dreamt MISS Keller had a fight Then all the dumbells danced a jig Q, And lmcked Out Paulme S eye! And all the stall bm broke And as they foughtthe sparks flew out And Fanny G, Said, H1 renigg Q AS SP-H1'kS aff? apt to do I fail to see the jokeln 1? ,..3ii?5if2f.....Q-izriifmifffriifffiff 'V A ' ' ' i "'i'lfffiffff" Page Three Hundred Fifty-four ij, 'I s- . av -'X' 1' .esfir x l I J -'JWQ If 13 Y S ...Q -.xp - v v i ' .Q as El l 'I ."l1 'i to 4- -, Bl " ii 1: l l..1 .Qi ii., gli cum' ,Vi ' V ivi, V , "H 4- . I 1 8 V -,I vl Vi url i 3 w . 1. , 5, , I J IM E431 4 f 14 ,, .,f',f'. , -vu ,, fk,' - . '-Q,j.Ce ,,,., 1-.vit , f- H 1, , fx 5- -.- Y ... , ...X ,. . f 4 s 1 g , ,.. . 4 f - 'J - A Q! ----.1 . ,' html su, li f., 21- Q - - 1' - 5417 ., .434.-..f,,'4. :-,.- gi., Q, gi X4-l"'c:-N5'..itmu4an.l'f2s,.e131-1 - -- 4, ' ' ' s ,YQ W- .-..---..w-,..-...-M.-,,.M, 1 3211 N1 l 211 23? E31 M5 .- 'Vg 231 ,.: i . 's 'l ii gil E3 E3 ,E all ES' 'v i I E4 Hi we E31 lf? M ..l i ... . fl?" . i ,ff S !'- s ,I mf' 3.458 :..,r, TF, slice .Jr l I .ry ,.f, l ,N.4 ll if if T ,-.:5' I Sept. 17, 1924. The great adventure has begun. I am at Westhampton. I wore my little red and blue ribbon and the sweetest girl met me, she is a dear. Went to matriculate--it was like the bread line. You had to sign up on a sheet of paper then wait around all day. I had already decided on my course though, so I knew it wouldn't take long-I thought I would take Psychology, Philosophy and perhaps a little Greek. I love English so I had considered taking that perhaps. First thing I knew I had come out with a little slip saying: English 1, Math. 1, P8cH 1, History 1, Latin 1, and Physics! Had an awful time finding my room, but met up with a darling Freshman who seemed to know an awful lot about the college. Perhaps her big sister came here. Tonight I spoke about her to a Soph who had been nice to me, "She's a Senior, Greeny", she snapped and left. Sept. 20, 1924. Saturday. Went to town. Everyone else did so. Judy Cmy roommatej and I went too. Met a cute boy in the car. He's a Rat too. VVe got very chummy and I've got a date with him tomorrow. We'll have so much in common. Tonight the Sophs came and made us go down and talk to the boys in the Blue Room. VVe lined up and they looked us over. VVe had a good time, though it did make me mad. Tuesday, September 23. I've just come back from a little chat with the council in the Senior den. They let me scrutinize the pictures on the walls of the Y. VV. room before-hand. I walked ing and Susie said, "Have a seat." I did. I needed a chair or something to hold me up, as my knees seemed to have gone back on me. If Dr. Kuyk could have seen me then she would have put me in the posture class. They seemed to want to know everything I'd be.en doing since I arrived, but I found I couldn't tell them much. If I had only known Sunday afternoon what I was getting into. Think of getting campused for just talking to a fellow sufferer in the Blue Room. VVell, life has its poignant pains-its bitter bits. VVednesday, September 24. Initiation. The mosaic code pales into insignificance besides the Sophs' rules for the conduct of a Rat. One commandment just slays me. VVe have to stand when the Senior comes to the table, and that gives everybody an opportunity to make an original CH comment on my name. My father's name was John Squat Fleischman. I got excited down in the Blue Room to-night, and said, "I am the lily and you are the toad" to Evelyn Cummins, and I guess I'll never hear the last of it. That rat trap. From now on I don't even want to see a cheese sandwich, it brings memories of the rat trap. Monday, October 20. Last week end, life just became unbearable to us two Rats, so Judy and I packed up our week-end bags and made for home-and gee, oysters! Mother knew just what to feed us starvelings, but Judy ruined me! You see, I just fell in love with a "duckie" little bathroom and if ,LN41 gui, t,' :'x.f,3i 25,1145 WH , :u.,1l' 113. fill ,r,. .H ,Lui ' -z 'ic ll f. fs: iK:gfT Wasil HMM 1 YJ- 'ill ligiii .AY qw' .Em wg! 'Yip wil luis ILL, isili rx.-,i' mais ltr Nlfi Nr 25,521 H1525 fir ity l tall gig? itil i l l 55,55 Qi, Milf ia lt? ,,,' I 1, l itil I Y s--3 EE.-fl wg? irq Q5. twig? 'Vfi PAQ: Ili'-I I 1. -.rf Keg! X ity, ii -:gil x I Page Three Hundred Fifty-fifue rg I f :fu "la ...ag 4 i hi we it J H l xi . . P 1 lr w , . n. .N l l -.Qu iv Ili. : Vi? 1111 V.. ,. l , I A4 KRKV, .V 'UWC hr 7f'Q':"ls :mink Ffh: I I fihi-Q"i.irf?..L"'QJ+..1t5"'QH,.1d"' :awfaafn.7f3ag5g,3g?j1ag153t1Q. I '- 1W,' 5 , -- -- at '- 'luv .gg i Q told Judy that our bathroom had blue ducks all around I -11,4 the twall, one day in a fit of bragging of home. :The tty... l,f3..i.V:,f, I first thing she wanted, was to see the bathroom.. But i H 1l.l6Q'f, f,f "' where are the ducks ?" she asked mother in a bewildered '54 K' tone. Mother looked aghast. "Ducks!', "YCf',, .If1dY I gllgfii, E732 kept on in spite of my kicking' her on:her slams, the I ducks, the little blue ducks all around the wall. At last 'JU she made mother understand, and now! If I say we had A qu bacon and eggs for breakfast, someone goes quack, V mn quack "ducks" and says we must have had fish roe. I vw tgp? I ff ,M am glad to get hack! Who would have thought 1 could J I li --A J ' 1 be! f ,PQI 10:30-Thy sins shall find you out. Judy told .the H 15530 ogg! crowd, and I have been duly elected 'fDucjrs." Ii? nick- X I ,,,, I ll I fl : 1 L name at last but such a one most as ba as ucretia , fw fwlp 7 XSD Cornwall Fleischman. Why ,one poor baby had to be Q-" cursed with that because her great aunt sent her twelve I white petticoats with drawnwork in them, I don't see! , Another thing bothers me, why do I have to ask Buck every time I want to do anything? ' J Reckon I'll have to ask her. J tiff! . 5 ' Saturday, October 25. , V One month of torture has gone by, in which the faculty have welcomed us with an e' atrocious ingenuity-but my vocabulary is increasing! I feel broadened already in more than , one way. Weive been getting fat! Judy expressed a very veracious truth today. You see we i both got D on P. and H. We'd sworn off bread 'cause we learned in P. and H. thattit made you fat. Judy came in and plumped in the seat ther hair's red and she fumeslb. "Gimme Q5 some breadf' "Why Judyv I admonished, "bread'll make you fat!" "Pass the bread" she X said grimly. "There seems to be only one thing I can do successfully and that's to get ftatf' I l f ate six slices of bread and jam. But I'm worried about the family and the report. Betty, the lp mean Soph, asked me if I'd gotten an invite to the yellow tea party. I answered "No, who f f 2 gives it?" She said the faculty gave it, and I was wandering if my brown silk would do when HIV? Dolly Cshe's my senior motherj said, "That's not nice, you were a Rat once yourself, have a l 'itil heart. Duckie dear, she means did you get a yellow slip, a D?" So my mind had to fall from i ljxfg visions of cakes and ice cream to the solid fact that the Dean would interview me "Within the next two days? Those Sophs certainly do think they're smart with their rat traps and a court and bright sayings for Uchildrenf' , g iicll f Friday, October 31. Hallowe'en. I ' X A This day has been a nightmare! Just because I remembered something rather cute from camp last summer for one of our stunts, they made me the chairman for our stunt committee. il have been.rushing, pushing, and worrying all day to get that silly stunt together. We called Qi, itua Ratis nightmare. M1ss Beggs and all those "It hurts me more than it does youl' faculty x 535.514, visited a Rat in her' dreams and. it wasnit far from right. The masquerades were a scream, H it ,Q i from one of the "T'r1ps', in a dev1l's costume to Miss Lough garbed as a little boy. Miss Land- ' rum looked like Clanterbury Tales. y . "'That of hir smyling was ful simple and coyf, After the annual oyster supper the Y 'gif "Building fund" gave a dance to which everybody went. It was very Madigrasish with all V the concocted costumes and everybody laughing and dancing. Dolly danced with me lots, and - I felt as if I were treading on top of the world, stayed with Dolly. I ' , it --.lui s z?Q",4l November 7. A '- its-a.,, Proclamation night. Tonight the Seniors pinned our colors on us and gave us our beauti- Q ful blue and white banner. They looked so dignified in their caps and gowns-even the o-nes I if ggi I took for Rats at first. ,They sang a lovely song to- us. Pm no longer in doubt about wanting to be a Senior. KI didnt know the Seniors were in Proclamation ,til Buck told me. Some I ,grit Freshman .had a Red Hot Mama when her Semoris cap caught on fire from the candle she Q was carrying. I . b Illmmy gOt H Qld t0 h1S father's frat.. He yvas.afraid at first he wouldn't. There seems to agyglgdygl one sorority at Westhampton. Thats P1 Alphag and I donit think theyire rushing l . I v aaa-:g....t4 Page Three Hundred Fifty-six ' .-,.-,. . Us ,.,.,.,-..-,,..,,..,.,..,....,...a......-a----'-"" Q! fl F! il il 13 TIE- -1 "X 93 T' ' 'iiriiv Mmm V mt: f.g.-... ' E7 2 V ,,,, W ,.,,.,.-N.,..c,,,,,-,aA,A,,,, ,,., D., ,,,, ,,,,.- -. .. November 27. Thanksgiving. " , Last night we had our Thanksgiving dinnerg and a bunch of alumnae were here. There ' was just one married one. It rather distressed me-Westhampton grads don't seem to marry. 1 V I do want to get married-and I must stick out four years of college, so I can have dates in i the Senior den on Sunday night. There's always a problem of some sort confronting one. y ,, We saw a lot of men on Broad Street who havenlt read all the amendments to the con- ,tv p V stitution. " We played a football game too, but we didn't beat. V A . l Sunday, December 7. " Vi We had a Golden Rule dinner to-day. Golden .apricots for the piece de resistance. Golden 1 cheese, too. It wasn't so bad tho,-and everybody experienced a sort of virtuous glow over it. 1 Q 1 Friday, December 12. , Q V jimmy's a, dearg gave me a bid to his frat's dance. The Dean didn't approve of Rats . ' " going 'specially when Judy and I happened to have a D, but we mana ed to et ermission. v . . . g 3 P , - H I had the most wonderful time, wore my orchid taffeta dress, and jimmy said I looked like a V true nuff orchid. I adore the way he dances. Fm beginning to think perhaps all Westhampton j 1 V.. girls don't become old maids. His frat brothers were darling to me, but just nearly died over I the "Ducks". I'll never hear the end of th.at. Mrs. Black started for home the minute we P got there, and we started at 11:30. I'm just one big pink thrill and feel that after all mv ' H college life will be a success. Q, v l December 12. Odd Day. ' il ' Today the Odds had an odd celebration. The were su posed to . V Y, P . 1 have a hocke ame between the facult and the Social Hocke Team, , S . . . . Y g Y . .Y X lf but it rained 'and they played a basketball game instead. Miss Cren- Y X . 51 1 , , P . shaw was veryQever and called fouls on the social Basketball for ,, ,lr I ' ' resisting the Faculty. The Faculty won 'cause Mrs. Groves shot a I , I goal in her opponentls basket! To-night the Odds all dressed in ' ,I 9 1 Chinese suits, and ate rice and almond cakes together. Some of the """" if 1 . l suits were rather suspicious looking, but they managed to carry it off , I l I with a bravado. It was Odd. Pa'amas are often worn to breakfast, ' 1 J n p 1 ' but that was the first time I've seen them at dinner. The tree cere- I , mony was impressive, even if it did rain-that was the only thing 5 e I about the day that wasn't odd-it raining. Afterwards the Odds N' ' ' had a little pageant-Chinese-in which they gave the Odd spirit to . l . . y , the progeny. Democracy reigned triumphant! Then they sang -. A 1 F '4 l beautifully to us Evens, making an ODD in the hockey field with ie -- ,y , " lanterns. -My Senior mother brought me some cake, and that day was 1 , ' the nearest I came to wishing I was an Odd-if I hadn,t been an , L., Even. , 1 , nc i I - Tuesday, December 16. r Exams start tomorrow. I hope I make 5 C grades on my report. Miss Keller told us Q 1 yesterday in chapel we'd probably work so hard that we'd flop on the floor of the exam room , .. in a dead faint. I dreamed last night that I was in the Infirmary with brain fever. Miss .V V VVaples was giving me aspirin and ammonia while the little Dean jumped up and down in the 1 ' ' 1 L 'S l window sill and said, "I told you so!" Well, I must keep on telling myself-Christmas is C 1 V 1 coming. ' V I Y . , Saturday, December 20. X -' Exams are over! I can't wait to get home. .I hope everybody will think I have a col- , 1 legiate air! If granddaddy says I've grown, I'll dze. , ll, E t V, 4 .. l Saturday, january 24. V l .. l I went to the Lyric this afternoon with a bunch of girls. VVe saw a lot of Richmond : 5 VSV, College boys. I didn't think the show was so very good. One girl with too many chins, and X4 1 Y! fp! L 5p"v j W .7 r"' "m""f'f"""'f" AT'-1-1,"" 77-.FQSFQf5w2H":'?3QTv7gLQfi'2f4?fsC5i7-4Q.7-E5.?5f?i'35iZi QQ:-jffil I '- M-eeprkril QS. P .,.,. L-. j - gint. . 1 ..,,,, ,,..e ..-..........-...-----n--H--- M--V f W- -'rr ' ,.... l 1 l Page Three Hundred Fifty .liif RZ., .Tvi sift E nvl'. 2 rr xx, ,. 3555, T251 lf!! il 4 lbds. 23' 15:5 23.1 H. 32 1 , 2 .val net' V , ,. .gy ET!! .kia 1. 31 55 r : ,x i 1. is 5 ., , wi itil E522 gm QU! itfiff H3323 litiw lmifl zlfilw ig'-'Inq -5871871 l 1 li: i, ef! 1 Q 1" ! f 2 n x...- an l SIL!! , .lqel ' :1 Q 1. ..g 1 I fs! iv' f Sw.. 4 -x-fi x 4 ' :qs i e ' it-fj.pl ! 5 ffl! 5 42 ' I 4 ii!! 3 ,l WZ' , 'jjiiij 131, i i l ltr-fi! l "mi 5 . f-1 'gli 2 2 Tw! ii 'mis lltiljg U35 ildf I lift. wif: Q 5 :Edt gd l i 5 5 ls-fl iff: lm is ,Wg Isa! 11.50 i llvlg , . 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Another Sunday, but today was- fjm n't as blue as they usually are. Had MQ I lots of fun watching the Sunday dates. fa' : D IATUM All the frats came in delegations and Wg Q grabbed their girls, or other people's at K . .1 girls and politely disappeared, but the fi , 1 fi - I' PIKS came late and either from dis- ' ig QV inclination or lateness failed to get 5' ' ..Qg!' any girls, so they parked on the bar- ge: 1 I .. ligier rigkt undexa ourd room. Wei a g a Q ' een ma in can an it w-as oo . azz: -.. . . .. 5 ':f?W Judy and gi wer? peeking ou? the 5: -E'-a-giii f Wig window at the line-up when john E' 1 5 --mu-null! ZZ. E s.. Tatum, that adorable Collegian 'writ- "Mr E er, started to slip backward. His ex- pression changed from one of lazy serenity to blank astonishment, the way the baby looks when the candy turns out to be medicine. I was nearly convulsed while Judy tried hard to save him from a fall by grabbing at the air twenty feet above his head. But alas' for all her concentration, he, dignified John disappeared over the wall, leaving two legs with feet attached sticking in the air. Judy, always thinking of the clever thing at the right moment, audibly whispered as soon as herighted himself, "Ah, do it again!" This illustrous member of the Cherry Club turned the color of his patron fruit, casting a peculiar glance at our windo-w. So we decreed to pay him for the show and wrapped up a p-iece of candy in an envelope labelled "John Tatum-prize acrobat!! and threw it to him. Then he grinned like a cheshire cat, and began to nibble very slowly at the hunk of fudge. The other boys got so hungry that ,he came over and made an eloquent appeal to the windows, but we were out of sight. We were so touched that we threw him our can of tomato soup, and now we can't make King Tum Diddy tonight. Oh it's terrible to be a tender-hearted woman! January 28. A VVe!ve just got back from the Senior play. Susie was right, all the shoes did go out at seven o'clock. Everybody went. The faculty dressed up and sat in boxes, and the Seniors all wore evening dresses and had orchestra seats, and caught cold from the draught, unac- customed as they were to being near the curtain. I know they felt out of place. We felt queer in the first balcony. Fashion was adorable. The girls looked precious in the billowy dresses of 1945, and they seemed to get as much kick out of the polka as jazz gives us. 1 All the servants were in the peanut gallery. They just beamed and laughed at Mrs. Tiffany's French just as appreciatively as Miss Moore herself. They sang some songs in the play that grandmother used to sing. Richmond College do dress up. Bill Bentley had a box and a girl and a Tux! We allwept and then became hysterical when we heard "The Gypsy's Warning" and "Call Me Pet Names, Dearestfl Saturday, January 31. I dreamed last night that everything I put in the laundry came back clean 'and :whole in my own bag. I always did have the queerest dreams! After breakfast, I werit down to the laundry room, and being of a rather superstitious nature I immediately opened the bag to see I i J sf . 'Eg9Q5l?,TF',ff,r""""f,fy7v .?:'fflQ'. gfffE.'filQ '!'Ir , f 'J 1w:,ePa.:.v.1e-f1'a4 1,1-3rx,.Q-S's:.n.f-fM.um+1'1Q3v,,Q1ge1g,.1SvwgSwQ,S11g,2gQp,x.LS1x:L Three Hundred Fifty-eight , I U . 425 ' ,ij V. K.. Ep E I v .vp Nr v .. ,l J v Q V V u an V UI on V an f nf 1 :- V . of x V V V V V a El! ,ffl . :lax ' 4 V ,, ' v . ro -- Clhe 1920 WEB 'X 27 I77777'- . . D2-r. fr. rv. I'7'Ya fr. rv. T1-vw-rw.. . .Tv-2.7 -J.. I -Lw.:.752.rwflevf1ftw is uf zf.xa.e.1? -- A f , Xl? C 4 -ss - T . .--.-...-..-.-,..-.-.--.--.-.-. N.,.,.. .. .,A. - , .. s V V if my dream had come true. And when I opened it and examined the contents-all I can sax' "iii for that laundry man is that he must have spent a lot of time riding on crowded street cars. iilfi ik There surely ought to be some excuse for his habit of hanging onto straps. Q We had ice cream last night for dinner. We were supposed to have it VVednesday nightg H but Mrs. Black forgot it. Thursday night the ice cream truck skidded into a ditch, and bv V Friday we had put the ice cream in the same mythical class with Santa Claus. v lea Y " I m.usts top and get my axial endoskeleton ready to hand in. I didn't do it yesterday. Shir x,, 1251 H February 1, 1925. Sunday. V Last night we had our party-getting acquainted and getting dates for the great Rat Ban- isa! -' quet-and it began at 10 olclock. Whee, didn't we feel big! The Sophomores had to be bright IE V and say that children like us should not be up so late, but in spite of them we had a grand ggi!" Q time. All the Rats were there. Country Rudd had his best new tie on, and everyone before the 1 lil H night was over had a date. Jimmie had already asked me, so we had a time introducing, and vu watching the bashful advances of the Richmond College swains. After ice cream and cake, iv' i -- which Judy missed, poor dear-she had a date with a Randolph Macon boy last Sunday which Q U resulted in a date with S. G. during the party,-we returned home to find our rooms carefully l V fixed by the Sophs. Crood it was Saturday-Miss Waples doesnit come around on Saturday. .. 1 -- Q V February 6, '2S. Q Judy and I went to that cute party the Juniors gave the Freshmen tonight. It was a Ne -- theatre party-in the Red Cross Building-because they couldn't get the National. The Juniors sent us the little theatre tickets and ushers in High School cadet uniforms Usewed us to the l Q sheets." You know how crazy those Juniors can be when they don't try, which they did do Ei N and that made them funnier! There were four acts in the show, which varied from an Eskie- ta! V play with counterpanes over chairs for ice burgs to a most soulful rendering of "Poor Flutter- .. by." Q V Well, the eats were tres bien! We had more food than you could "shake a stick at," chicken - Q salad sandwiches, nuts, ice cream and cakes, red and white heart mints, I believe, but I ate J'i,Q .. so much I couldn't even talk when they came around. I V We danced too. Some boys played-and I danced three times with my "crush". Thrills! Q " She wasn't my "crush" when I went 'cause I always thought she was "stuck up" before. You Lf knowethat kind of stuck up Mr. Astrop could tell a joke about. I U, I 4 V. We almost got lost coming home when we tried to walk around the hockey field with our eyes shut, but I always do feel comfortable when I think of that boy who took Judy to the Rat I ' .. X1 . Banquet. He is the one who got lost trying to follow the road signs to Detour. ' l May 1. "Today dafwned not upon the earth as other days hafve done H - A throng of little 'virgin clouds stood' fwaiting for the sun". V Today was May Day! We Rats got up early and carried Q May baskets to our respected Senior mothers Crespected is such VJ U a pretty word Ithink, so much nicer than just "our" unmodi- Q fiedj. Mine was a pink lady slipper all by itself in an old- I .. fashioned-lace collar. I hope she likes it. Then we listened to 4 , the Seniors singing Welcome Sfweet Springtime and just died , " to see who the May Queen was. It was that adorable Senior rl' f-4,1 mother of mine. I knew she'd get it. I voted for her! All 4 , tif, day long we rushed and worked, getting trees and costumes and , W ' practicing bud dances under the trees. I really felt sorry for f-. , the buds, they came out a little too early for their abbreviated " " 1 Q' ,. ! costumes. The May Day exercises! How can I describe them. X ! ef 1 All my English 1 training and vocabulary note books scarcely , U give me words to express such a cute ceremony. Everybody -, "l" ' .. and everything was gorgeous, especially that dear queen and 0 1 V the dancers. A ' I Q Then came the crowning event-Lantern Night-when we f climbed the hill singing "Neath Westhampton Pines" and car- Q fi! J ' ried lighted lanterns. Then we sang new songs and old in the 'ti 4 Q court, our white dresses shining in the glamorous candle light- 'lf H "Ma our effort: efver he a firm endeafvor g V Q Alwlziys to he true to you!" f 5512 2 . ln ff! V MS Q. we 2 .Q if s W W W-i f if YY-M -F-W Yhmm-0 -'-R M--ru.-A..--H-,,,g,,, .,,, , ,,. t I ..... Y . .,'-.--.--- V 1 " ,, .s,,,,, ,e:fAf - - ----'ff f-' ' , . , , .'lEn9f"Yf1.? ew .N r W e , v-A -1-1, e1nx,i:-rx'nx-vxp. fg 'q"T'!'f": '."T"f'- A -, . 1 Q Page Three Hundred Fifty-nine D ' I I-X . A ,II I I an .............., i p . ... , ..... .. N . 4,Aq ,MA, ,,.Q. , , t ...-..-.......-W-A----W --fm-1, V May 16th,1925. ' I iff! ' Ib The Minstrel was a scream! I've never laugheiii 50 E EI I' llbifpi much, not even at convocation when Dr. Ryland stoo ln , the center of the aisle and looked for the world like a ' rlflwl lorified traffic cop dressed in all those Ph. D. t1'3PPmgS I gf his i - I Ilb-ff ' , - - 1 - I wonder if, when I get my Ph. D. ln LHUI1, In I be such a good sport about jokes pulled, as .Ml.SS Beggs I! ' - Il and the rest are? Well, I won't worry about it till I paSS , XL., , It Latin I. . . 'V -zgflud' I , II,x,fI . The dances were funny too. Ever since I fell in that f, X ?- May Day dance, Iive enjoyed seeing other people make fools j I' of themselves to music. ' 4 I bet the interlocutor felt comfortable. Everybody QISC, . Z I H52 including the end men, was miserable most of the tlrrie. I I, q wi The suSPense was terrible! .Y1VhtiJI1 ifihi-25,11 get T193 a bl? ., -'Z I laugh that it almost shook t e as et a' goa own, 7248 W-4" 4 always told myself, "Better laugh at this one, the next ,WMWJWMMH hifi? may be on you." In spite of anxiety of this sort, I en- I joyed it all. I guess that's what's meant by "Joy that IS I xf I ' ' n N I akin to pain. , I I. I June days, Moon days ' All around the lake I Golden gleams, ripple sheens Follow paddles wake. Frogs sing, k-chung-a-ling Neath the lilies pad, I Seniors smile all the while I A11 the world is glad. . . ' Il.ia I june has come with the fragrant pansy, violet and the Nam snowy dogwood. Westhampton is never so beautiful as it I 'W is in those days of graduation when it puts on its best party ruffled dress for commencement. Last night the Seniors sang gy, "Tell me Westhampton,', and I began to understand Why My Westhampton enters into ones heart and roots itself there. jimmy and I watched the moon rise from the boathouse, and-well anyway, 'tis graduation and I'm pepped over the Senior luncheon at which I must make a toast. Senior Luncheon is over and I fell so thrilly yet so teary. It seems awful to do without them next year. They asked that all engaged girls sit down and gee, you'd have thought it was an autumn sunset. x,3Q Class Day.- The daisy chain was glorious, white gowned Sophs and black gowned Seniors carrying a huge rope of snow white daisies. The speeches of course were touching, and the song- ' "Fashioned by wee fairy fingers Flower with heart of gold? fiigwly almost made me cry. Then the Seniors buried their past abominations in a little grave. IIVIE . . . - . . . II ji Of course Mickey buried ten minute permissions. ifylii My Senior, who is always forgetting to do things, IJ,-Si' started to bury a memorandum book but forgot to bring it, so I had to run and get it for her while she let all the I others bury theirs! -I Q I I. 'WV' Irgri.-jg! Y K , ,.,,r . ....... g.t..-.. ,...,.. g.-..,,-,...,....lai,.... ..... ...,-,,..-n.,:.-.,...-., ,.,,, T .,,,. . . ,V,r.,,. ,MW WV f,,,. ,,M,,,,-,Ag ,WV W,--,A.,,WWg:7,,.,, ,W V1'w4A-'f'+-Ws1I'5'ff'fJ-'Iv-f Wah- V'2'f:'f'f' " I 4 Page Three Hundred Sixty DW l I K M, 15? S ..,s-use l W 'F gf mi y if lg I if is , il A 4 . 4. 3 "6 ti . C Q 9 l r '. U F' " T U llle lga.-.3 Vvfxlu 'filie-v7v'. rvr. if Sf-ref rv. 'A'YI7a A xv. "5 5 Qi'.f":f"z"fsi"i"f'iifT'?'rz'i4'.,f"'i5' :Q 'A Q75 'The court today was a fairyland of rainbow dresses and easy chairs. The firs stood Q straighter than ever, and the sky was never so blue. VVe sat in our window and watched U the good time and afterwards got some punch. E' Y Senior-Sophomore Breakfast. ' V V I served at the Senior-Sophomore Breakfast-chicken, gee! Can't wait till we have one. V i Graduation Day. ,. The Seniors are through. They, in all their Senior dignity, sat upon the stage today and took their diplomas-even Fanny had her cap on straight! V Q' We are plenty proud of them, but what will school do without them next year. ' . " GEE, PM A SOPHOMORE! Q O N .. .. Answers to Czross Word Puzzle for X V V N - Westhampton G11'lS All Q is " Horizontal Vertical Q 2. Shingle 1. ,,I 9, Gapes 2. SP1ClCI' . 0 10. Renig 3- Hell E' N 11. I'll bite 4- ISICS E 1 12. Cudle 5- Grit V 14 Turba 6. Letu Q .. 17. Rue 7- Energy , 18. Gin S. N.G. v 19. Rat Alley 12. Crush ' 21, D b 13. U.U. 22. Sy 15. Bi 23. SG, CStudent Governmentj 16. Anglo ' 24. SL 20. Asulei ' .. 26, Pa 22. SaIt'er V 27. Al 25. L.M.L. CLittle May L.p .. 28. Dumbell 26. Pew 31. Yellow Tea 28. Dell EJ 33. Tele 29. Bone Q 34. Esta 30- Less ", 36. Lineers 31- Ye Xa 'f 32. A-t ,, 33. Tea Room ia v V ss. A.B. V E3 .. .V V l 49 W ll . V V E6 " 4 if if " aww... -f.--- ee - ee eff- A.reef-"1""'zt""""f1W"M""""" " ry " ' "' . , , , . , 3' xv' . .152 .'v,::1,??', F2-W FEEL F Page Three Hundred Sixty-one -x I, I I A.. filly.-i'2 lt Q .Z W ls r i I V,,,i-..- ,....., -.--.a...-....-- .... W., ,.,,..,., ..,f.... .,,,. . .. .. N E .. E l V , .. QL we sz QQ A True Tale ,ye 42 iv Q , Once upon a time there was a litle girl who liked to play-never to work. She - l Q played all through her doll days, through her school days, and all her days. Like Q Peter Pan, she wished never to grow up, because grown-up people were expected to J G .. work, and her heart sickened when she thoughtof that. ' . 'uf Q Then she went to college, with a trusting heart, thinking to find there only fun l " Q and girls to play with. After a short while she 'found that there had been some -- mistake. This was notthe sort of thing she had expected. To be sure there were .. good times, parties, hikes, stunts and plays. But oh, the work,-the grinding, fatlgu- 1 Y ing, laborious work! And yet, she could not give up all this fun that went along with k if it. Evidently, then, she concluded, in order to enjoy the one she must accept the other. 3 V However, after the arts of skipping, reading parallel, and craming had been learned, ' Q there was more time for la . Now the little irl smiled once more, and was happy. 'QQ P Y g U Her first hurdle had been cleared. , Q And then one day they asked her to help prepare a certain year book, an Annual i' V for the college. Oh yes-that would' be fun. And so she began dealing out work in f M great quantities to her helpers, never doubting thatthe method was excellent, the result sure. When the day came for the show-down, helasl eheul oiuoil she found that E ' she had been fooled, tricked! But she must send something. What to do? Evidently, -- to work-the thing furthest removed from her ambition. She was trapped! It was +V Q, either work or die an ignominious death. "Ah," she sighed, "c'est at pleurer." For ,l - .. four, six, or maybe eight weeks, this inexperienced play-loving girl worked. And Y when she became aware of her surroundings again she was amazed. She felt like a half- , Y drowned person just resuscitated. In a few days she was carefree again, but her V agonizing experience had taught her something, so that after all she was not really V V sorry for it. l v But when the day came for her to throw the burning torch to other hands, she threw it willing, and grinned sardonically, devilishly, cruelly, as she said, f'C,est 21 V rirel" and turned to see the torch burn the hands of her successor. , if E. L. N. Ty Y FX VI Q V .. QL V 1 vi. wi g Tuff' j'ff1.a."3'-ng""'f"'tg'frisf"i:,.,.,,'''fe-'fmem-if----rf----7,,..f'e-'--e-'--,,.,,,f--H-f-----we--,,,,-as-A----..,,,,. l C2 --.N .. .-..--..,......, Y....- .. -.......,,...........-......-...........,..1,...... 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V' - Shaw " v W Wifi ri' if .i" v' ,Fit v .J lgi-iii - v fifjlf , . .5 in 'wr X7 . . .arf L W " vt ,Xl -Q, --'W-1-'arm'--i of" r-M"ff""""""':"""'t" " "-'fv-K ' Y' 5' i.5i?f?',4f'f, -fT'9"7,z7"7'7'f"f'l,?g"l':tT'd.:' fi "5 XZ. "'7':R'YTlYZx'Y2kfVRkY"-K"11'X"'31X"11w'iVEx ' 1.'5'iT?"Q . fir? a 5 ,Sw-, .E-Qualrr,'.,f,,-agp.'vizzsyxgxl-x..u.,'1.La. 13'L'n1f,'-1.:w. 1 JV .a . - e - P - gm 1:7635 N'-----f --fggg ffwiiighil-..-:-.LilLi--------'--- ----- --W----'---"""""r" ' Page Three Hundred Sixty-three K . ,i K' 3 Ml ltiji ..- y SAL .1 :L 1.2312 , 3 ' 5' fn, lj 1 . ., as W, im.-f .--,W.. ..-iw...-..-..,,... ....,..,..,.. ,,,.. .,,.- .,.. .,, ,.--...---, --- ---1---'---H 1 .. 1 ., if . ' 1 1 v 1 ig, Register of Students, 1924 - 25 Q, 1 V, 5 T53 SENIOR CLASS 5 VW . . I .. Abernathy, Elizabeth . . . 2003 S. Va. St., Hopkinsville, Kentucky 1 V ' Anderson, Elizabeth . 2326 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. V i ,Q l Ashton, Elma . 1822 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. H Blair, Susie . . Scottsville, Va. , ' V tl Boatwright, Evelyn . University of Richmond,.Va. V .. ,1 Brockenbrough, Rebecca 1702 Hanover Avenue, Rlchmond, Va. - . V Brown, Emma . . . Jarratt, Va. . V Butler, Elizabeth . 1632 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. E YQ . Cheung, Kwan Fong Canton, China , l Qu Davidson, Evelyn . . 4006 Forest Hill A1venue, Richmond, Va. .. Decker, julia . . 304 Main Street, Fredericksburg, Va. i Vi Drinkard, Mary Hall . 810 Fairmount Avenue, Bristo-l, Va. Fgster, Ruby , , 1509 N. 29th Street, Richmond, Va. 1 Gill, Eunice . . 3014 Fendall Ave., Richmond, va. VU Gordon, Alpha . 49 Second Street, Norfolk, Va. , -- 1 Gordon, Anne . 204 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. V Henna, Cathryn , Hermitage Road, Richmond, Va. Q, Holiday, Virginia . , 3136 Hanover Avenue, Richmond, Va. H 1 Hoover, Nellie . White House, Virginia ,Q V il Jones, Lucille Rapidan, Virginia. A -1 . Jones, Mildred . Stevensburg, Virginia , V Leung, Yiu Fong . Canton, China A 5 Lipscomb, Martha . . 2338 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. 0 , Marks, Fannie , Roanoke Rapids, N. C. , Mason, Mary . 511 Highland Avenue, S. W. Roanoke, Va. 1 -- 1 McVeigh, Idaline . Myers, Anne Estelle . O'Brien, Lucille . . , Nolan, Elsie . . 1 Outten, Estelle -- 1 Puckett, Grace . Rhodes, Marjorie . Rudd, May . ,, , Sanders, Gladys . Oo 1 r l N i 'Vi Spangler, Wilma . 1 M, Spencer, Annie May i ,' Stearns, Emeline . 1 V1 Taylor, Margaret . ,,Ql Tyree, Elizabeth . Vt., Waller, Mary 'Glenn . , 4- il Watkins, Ruth . l V-ll Whitmore, Julia . f Q l, Wright, Gladys . 1 Nil Abrahams, Grace Evelyn , Acree, Allen Gray . . H Anderson, Jerusha Nelda 1 V Armentrout, Marv Ellenor i .. Ballard, Betty Wells . V1 Ballard, Virginia Hathaway Bell, Alice Frances . . 1 N , Booker, Allene Carrington V Booker, Florence Mae . ' .. 1 Boykin, Ruth Leigh . Britton, Mabel Clarie . . 2007 Grantley Street, Baltimore Md. 931 Laxton Avenue, Danville, Va. Appomattox, Virginia 2206 Stuart Avenue, Richmond, Va. Sea View, Virginia 3024 Meadowbridge Rd., Richmond, Va. Windsor, Virginia Mexico City, Mexico 1006 Perry Street, Richmond, Va. 41 Burns Avenue, Wyoming, Ohio Richmond, Virginia Fredericksburg, Virginia Emporia, Va. 602 Cleveland St., Durham, N. C. 1700 S. Va. St., Hopkinsville, Kentucky 3200 Chamberlayne Avenue, Richmond, Va. R. F. D. No. 2, Richmond, Va. Doswell, Virginia V JUNIOR CLASS " . . Moseley, Va. 3003 Hanover Avenue, Richmond Va. G Darlington, S. C. I y 706 Court Street, Portsmouth, Va. V Churchland, Va. -- Churchland, Va. 1607 Wilmington Ave., Richmond, Va. Farnham, Va. Farnham, Va. V Ivor, Va. p . , 504 Graydon Park, Norfolk, Va. V ll ,V 1 1 1 ' ' l... a:f..a......M....,....-.n...,.............-..-.......1., ....,. A..- -N .... .,-...,,,....,.,.,,,. ,,,,.,.,,,,M,,,WA,, M,-M ,, V " 4 Mfvrx. i111 . . 'wr-rf.. rr'x.f'1r:f'w:'r-rx 'vrzfvn:11sz"v:rm ' . 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Dettelbach, Miriam Helen Dorsey, Margaret Comfort Edmondson, Lydia Eugenia Ellett, Mary Frances . Farrall, Lois Cecile Fry, Carrie Louise Fugate, Henrietta . Gill, Hattie Aurelia Goode, Edith Grace . Harlan, Margaret Wade Huntley, Emma Meroney James, Sarah Alma . James, Nannie Culley . james, Elizabeth Glenna Lazenby, Margaret Elizabeth Lett, Catherine . . Little, Mary Evelyn . Loving, Cecyle Snelson . Marsh, Marian Rozelle Marshall, Avis . . Mason, Lillias Brooks . Mattern, Louise Frances McGlothlin, Mary Louise Miller, Eliza Grimsley ' . Miller, Margaret M'alcolm Noffsinger, Marguerite Huff Ostergren, Ethel Charlotte Payne, Mary Dandridge Phlegar, Thelma Lorena Pollard, Madge Warrington Powell, Annie Renee . Powell, Margaret Magruder Price, Elizabeth Mildred Roper, Marguerite Fay . Rucker, Kate . . Sale, Ruby O'Neil . . Salle, Elizabeth Christian Sharon, Harriet . . Shelhorse, Ruby . . Soyars,'Eddie Wilmoth . Spady, Flarence Eunice . Stinson, Kathleen Virginia Stuessy, Ione . . . Sutton, Lucile Adeline . Taylor, Alice Holleman, Tchomoneff, Nada . . Trainham, Annie Genevieve Walker, Dorothy Old . Walker, Virginia Haseltine Willis, -Sallie Gordon . Woodward, Mary Branch Xxf li ,- e'.w,.,.5 . j4q'r,ja'n51':'.. 'gm-.. 1sr'x..wv'ix 3:11. .eL.lf'::u" ..r4.L'1gsx.Lrf Lara' pgr.,',r Doswell, Va. Marion, Kentucky 3902 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va. Franklin, Va. Handsom, Va. Chase City, Va. 2816 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. Bowling Green, Va. X 412 E. Broadway, Waukesha, VVisconsin Pocahontas, Va. 2916 Barton Ave., Richmond, Va. 1911 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Va. Macon, Ga. 1019 McDonough Street, Richmond, Va. 61.7.N. 34th Street, Richmond, Va. University of Richmond, Va. 926 W. 4th St., Winston-Salem, N. C. Kenbridge, Va. 143 Tazewell Avenue, Blufield, VV. Va. 143 Tazewell Avenue, Blufield, VV. Va. 921 Highland Avenue, Bluefild, W. Va. 117 32nd Street, Newport News, Va. Suffolk, Va. 223 Dundee Avenue, Richmond, Va. 2706 E. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. Lubbock, Texas Modest Town, Va. 13 Pope Avenue, Richmond, Va. Greenville, S. C. Culpeper, Va. Covington, Va. Troutville, Va. 3604 Seminary Avenue, Richmond, Va. Drakes Branch, Va. Bluefield, W. Va. R. F. D. No. 1, Portsmouth, Va. Wake Forest, N. C. 3815 Montgomery Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 1443 N. E. lst Avenue, Miami, Florida Sumter, S. C. 1810 Hanover Avenue, Richmond, Va. 906 Park Avenue, Norfolk, Va. Hallsboro, Va. 1625 W. 26th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 2813 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va. Witt, Virginia Townsend, Virginia Bluefield, W. Virginia 405 N. W. 4th Street, Miami, Florida Powcan, Virginia Blacksburg, Virginia Bulgaria Marshall, Virginia 1201 Ashland Circle, Norfolk, Va. Locklies, Virginia. Culpeper, Virginia 3610 Chamberlayne, Richmond, Va. SOPHOMORE CLASS l Allen, Myra . . . . . ForlifHumX?hreyS' Va' l Bagwell, Dorothy . gall 333 fi, Baker, Dixie . o um la, a. if. ,V Q Ns" ri 4 E5 in itd U3 Eli 35 -. on E53 I li ll :U .1 a. .1 li its iw .E ,J QE? fe. ' . Q4 l If QE? itil ff., , ge! f f: :J L -'J' l .-J . 'Q lr l F . "7 V- A . . Page Three Hundred Szxly-fzfue - he 192.55 !"'r'Q-5 1 so f f motifs fe rv 'f -'f' fwffse'fr'fff'r"'fW"1'f.Tjf'j1TgiL1g' Ku? Ku-3 . v 5 2 rr is 2' W' 2'7" 7"""" sN" "W"W' Mm Bell, Catherine . 201-A N. Davis Ave., Richmond, Va. ' W A Bell, Nancy , , Bacon's Castle, Va. - -, Breling, Mildred . 3125 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va. H Bremner, Margaret Penola, Virginia V Bristow, Evelyn . 3218 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va. . Vt Burrell, Beatrice . Monroe, N. C. V " l Chenery, Mary 2216 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Y Chilton, Kathrine . Taft, Virginia , - y Clarke, Anne . Winton, N. C. 'V 2, ., Coleman, Juliet . Charleston, S. C. 'f l 0 Coleman, Ruby . Smithfield, Va. . V Collings, Mary Louise , 532 Shirley Ave., Norfolk, Va. l Crews, Georgie Mae . Chatham, Va. .- Q Crossland, Emma . I 106 Elkins St., Greenville, S. C. I Cummins, Evelyn . . Petersburg, Va. , , l-- .V Daughtrey, Dorothy, Va. Carresville, Va. . V . , Daughtrey, Margaret, Va. Buckhorn, Va. - l ,, DeWitt, Edith . . 2105 Barton Avenue, Richmond, Va. ,, l, V 1 Dickerman, Virginia . Harrisburg, Penn. y l H Dickerson, Isabel . 2300 Greenwood Avenue, Richmond Va. A " ,l V Edwards, Elizabeth Scotland Neck, N. C. V 1 Q, Elgin, Elizabeth . 1863 E 16th sr., Tulsa, oskla. ' l ,, Estes, Dorothy A , 3204 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va. ,, V V Everhart, Maude . Waterford, Va. -, V 1 -- Folkes, Mary 1519 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Va. H V Gasser, Helen 3223 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va. V Gay, Lonnelle 706 N. 23rd Street, Richmond Va. 0 l .. George, Claudia . Irvington, Va. 0 lv' Gibbo-ns, Dorothy Parksley, Va. V A -- Hall, Janet . . Moorefield, W. Va. - 3V Head, Elizabeth . Pehola, Va. V Q Hill, Judith . . 1622 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. Q gilcllsman, fsavinia . 1821 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. . , u son, Eizabeth . Syringa, Va. V '- Hutghison, J-anet . Purcellville, Va. -- gilcksonnriqalllie 1509 Maple Avenue, Portsmouth, Va. eene, e ma 2603 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va. 9 ' Kelly, Dorothy 2600 Edgehill Rd., Richmond, Va. Keppler, Janice 2911 Moss Side Ave., Richmond, Va. Kipp, Gertrude 3111 Third Avenue, Richmond, Va. ' Knibb, Dorothy Cardwell, Va. V Lichenstein, Alice . 1815 Park Avenue, Richmond, Va. y Linson, Rosalind, . Atlantic Highlands, N. J. .. V Loehr, Alls . . 403 Allen Avenue, Richmond, Va. " A Lorlgworrhi Margaret 2400-A E. Clay Street Richmond Va. ' l Vi Marrirli Virgillia - 50 Culpepper Street Pbrtsmouth :Va V H Massey, Alice - 1203 Wilmington Ave. 'Richmohd ya U -' Massey, Alma 1203 Wilmington Ave., Richmond, Va' X'- Massey, Audrey - 1203 Wilmington Ave.i Rinhinnndl vii' V , 51-Elgiinia. gzzohw. glranklin sneer, Richmond, va. Q i ooc ow, ina U MCGi1?11isi Mignon - 2706 E. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. O 1gCKU1Shri Elizabeth 3100 Barton Avenue, Richmond, Va. ' A Ontaguei Mary - 2516 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Va. Q 3 Powell, Margaret . Myrtle, Va. " ,, Prfcei Page - Rockv Mount, Va. A , V2 grgverr, Kathleen . 400 Dallas Avenue, Selma, Ala. V , " Cid, Elizabeth . Marion, N. C. " gy H 3 Rhodes, Catherine . Windsor, Va. V y .ij Rycei Dorothy - - 2327 Maplewood Ave., Richmond, Va. ,lv , . l Sanders, Edna . White Stone, Va. -- l Vf Saunders, Margaret . Champlain, Va. V , H Smlfhi Virginia - . - 1209 Madison St., Clarksville, Tenn. Th1'0Ckm0rr0Ui Katherine 2309 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, Va. XZ. -s 7. . . .' . me . x vi?ETEQE753333107'M"'7'7i3+l3IQ2Z?n?5l3'iQ53.1iT,i2.,ff."iggQ4nLl'-iii.Tiff! ls.. 1 ...g.'i1'fi22g1zif'iiff'f's"'.fW:Z2f2La."4 si Page Three Hundred Sixty-.fix rw .. -o l l l l l gl o. l . l 1 F l l 1. l l l l ..,, 1 o le l f , 4.' ' H if',,,Qf"ijQgi,,g''?m?E'44e"4f--24:lllTr1fl:F'3-T-'--if? , ' iw , wig: """l" AAA' """""' 1 V l .lfigqfl , tj' 1 ,j: ,itgjll lvl Tiff? Tyler, Alice Berry . 3028 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Va. Wffltefs, EICHUOF- - . 1972 Spencer St., Philadelphia, Penn. l Q ll WfdfneYef, Claflce . Wytheville, Va. Wllllamsi LUCY - . 1906 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. iEQ!, l ,gg Wgnfrey, Sally . Glen Allen, va. E 'pil VVIQQ Mafgarctta . . 900 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va. Wflghf, Jean - . Doswell, Va. Vvgflglllfr IRZUISC . 3013 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va. 3 , 1. l i fig t, ary . Do son Va. 1 ' L ,mil J lE"lf 1 A iii? lt? ghjl FRESHMAN CLASS Allen, Kathleen . . . . King and Queen Court House, Va. Anderson, Frances . 2212 Hanover Avenue, Richmond, Va 3 l Anderson, Hazel . . 2112 Miller Avenue, Richmond, Va. Anfiel'S0ll,. Mlldfed . 2212 Hanover Avenue, Richmond, Va E llgageya Ritihle Mae . Emporia, Va. li l .. 3 af , U let - . Churchland, Va. lm, gf? BHSS, Margaret .' . 110 N. Boulevard, Richmond, Va. 1155, Baughman, Wilhelmlna . 26 N. Laurel St., Richmond, Va. Bishop, Roth . . . 1519 W. 40th sr., Norfolk, va. l-V1 BflSf0W, Emerald . . 113 VV. Grace St., Richmond, Va. Bristow, Frances . . 113 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. l .. lvl l. V 2 Britt, Jessie Mae . . Boykins, Va. - v E- M Butterfield, Elizabeth . 2017 VV. Grace St., Richmond, Va. Q" - li Chapin, Margaret . . 338 55th St., Newport News, Va. E U Cheatham, Louise . . 321 N. 27th St., Richmond, Va. ,, lt, 3 Churn, Dorothy . . 4101 Groveland Ave., Baltimore, Md. .. i lvfl jf Calhoun, Catherine . 3400 Brook Road, Richmond, Va. mv' Sabi, Connally, Dorothy . . 2223 Colcord Ave., Waco, Texas. ' 1 Q Covey, Helen . . . 3217 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va. V. Cudd, Sarah . . Spartanburg, Va. V, L ' Q ., Elliott, Viola . . . Winfall, Va. .. l l Elmore, Elizabeth . . Lawrenceville, Va. S vp l 1 Eubank, Louise . . Ino, Va. - , ll f .WV F' L ' P kl V ' V V , lggs, ouise . . ar sey, a. H fgyl Fitzhugh, Bettie . Lignum, Va. 2 it Ford, Evelyn . . Johnson's Springs Va. l .1 ' . ' l . ' Frayser, Lols . .' . 1603 Oakwood Ave., Richmond, Va. , Garthright, Frances . R. F. D. No. 3, Richmond, Va. 1 lVQl Gayle, Louise . . . 2827 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. , -- ' l mf? Gravatt, Anne . . Blackstone, Va. v ,EIL Greenbaum, Henrietta . 2622 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. ' ll " vii Grizzard, Elizabeth . Branchville, Va. V 1 Hall, Carrie Etta . New Albany, Miss. V., Hardy, Elizabeth . . 724 Raleigh Ave., Norfolk, Va. . .. ., I Hastings, Katheryne . Emporia, Va. V lHatHeld, Lydia . 1418-17 sf., Hickory, N. c. -- - N41 Hayden, Alma . Irvington, Va. . Hollowell, Edith . Portsmouth, Va., R. F. D. No. 3 V y Holtzman, Virginia 3008 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Va. . l , U l Hgwe, Mary , , East Radford, Va. N ' i Hubbard, Elnora . . Chatham, Va. ." limp Hunt, Cecelia . . 406 South St., Cumberland, Md. lVQ, l,lQ:!' Hutchison, Helen . 2114 Miller Ave., Richmond, Va. V Hutzler, Flora 511 N. Meadow, Richmond, Va. l Ipock, Clara . New Bern, N- C- V l' Jenkens, Mary . 3616 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va. ' jones, Elizabeth . Glen Ferris, VV- YH' 'lv' ifgjf' Knight, Margaret . 1405 Porter St., Richmond, Va. V td . ,,, . - fy.. Lake, Marlo . . Mldland. Va- , , ,FJ ,f 3 01,51 Laprade, Agnes . 3019 Stonewall Ave,, Richmond, Va. Lawrence, Ruth 2707 Griffin St., Richmond, Va. ,533 lf" l X I li? 'W fi nfl . l' ' l Page Three Hundred Sixty-.fefuen III I I3 ..'I II. . IJ I. I I I I I I I , I ufjgi Ives, I, .IMI K. ,. II,.I. I Igltl-'IRI IVSAII wg.. IZ . I-I M34 ,Qi r"' IIIHI II 'QI mx ,Uv X. . I IW." l I I ,iijlf-'I I 'Q' fn" I. IIQII .4 N, . IIIII I I I I II I. II' I 'I I II .I I I I I I I I I I QI I I I I I I I I l :RTI Ib Iii' I .wil I., It 4. I5 III It I .x',Ar . . I It I . . ,I VI F5 If II FI H .s I EM! . I .'?'l 's ,HI I aa'-I If I. 'vu . I .-1 I. I I I , . III .II I., .-I Q71 I III w sf. LF. IH! IIEQV FI III ii. J.. 4' mf, I 'QAM ' I.,I I H.. riff INA " 3 .Y i wx. 0'-v ie., I I I .I I I I I QCWXQ, -,QI rmyli Iwi I In .vs PII I ,JI -.XI 0,112 JQJII '..,:I Wifi! I-...WI .SHI ,VNU I I I I 'Ui' I.,.'JI .I 5 'wg II I I I I I I II II I. If I I II. I II ,. I Lazenby, Virginia . Lindsay, Mary . Logan, Charlotte . Martin, Garnett . Massey, Louise . Massie, Virginia . Matthews, Florence Estelle . McCall, Bertha . McMurtry, Virginia Minor, Gay . . Murphy, Sallie . Myers, Anne . . Myers, Edna May . Neale, Beverly . Newman, Pauline . Oakes, Virginia . Pearson, Mary Winder Perkins, Ethel . . Pearsons, Elizabeth . Physioc, Elinor . Pleasant, Virginia . Pond, Ethel . . Powell, Susie . . Richardson, Mary . Richie, Margaret . Robinson, Gray Rogers, Sarah . Rudd, Margaret . Schooles, Katheryn . Scott, Pauline . . Seay, Dorothy . . Sherman, Elizabeth . Smith, Frances . Smith, Willie Jane . Stainback, Mary Lou Stephenson, Cynthia Stephenson, Thelma Stewart, Dorothy . Stone, Willie Irene . Stuessy, Lillian . Sutherland, Anne . Taliaferro, Elizabeth Trent, Ann . . Turpin, Nora . . Walker, Va. . . Weatherby, Louise . White, Frances . Williams, Otey Willis, Margaret . Winston, Betty . Wynne, Rose Lee . Wynns, Elizabeth . Page Three Hundred Sixty-eight , X, xy gy, "Q.3f'.5.. :lxr'T'... 'grs'Tx.4'Y'X 'YK V17 :f'..LIt.:I ' .ksmrv fflxif i4e.s-'f74.1'7.l..14.,!f: 921 Highland Ave., Bluefield, W. Va. Charlottesville, Va. Salem, Va. ' Naulakla, Va. 645 29th St., Newport News, Va. R. F. D. No. 2, Richmond, Va. 204 S. Franklin St., Rocky Mount, N. C 910 Victory Drive, Savannah, Ga. 3209 Fourth-Ave., Richmond, Va. Owenton, Va. Louisburg, N. C. 6501 Three Chopt Road, Richmond, Va. 913 Paxton Ave., Danville, Va. Lanesville, Va. 517 Raleigh Ave., Norfolk, Va. Gladys, Va. 604 Taylor Bldg., Norfolk, Va. Fork Union, Va. Windsor, Va. Stamford, Conn. 102 Dundee Ave., Richmond, Va. Box 124, Suffolk, Va. Wake Forest, N. C. Dinwiddie, Va. 1505 Porter St., Richmond, Va. 1621 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. 1132 Hampton Ave., Newport News, V Mexico City, Mexico Glenn Allen, Va. Brookneal, Va. 111 VV. 82nd St., New York City, N. Y. 325 57th St., Newport News, Va. Branchville, Va. North Garden, Va. Drewry's Bluff, Va. 1017 VV. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 18 N. Harrison St., Richmond, Va. I-1 Peabody Court, Nashville, Tenn. Wytheville, Va. 305 N. E. 26th Terrace, Miami, Florida Red Hill, Va. 2502 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va. R. F. D. No. 3, Portsmouth, Va. Newton, Va. Locklies, Va. 1711 Amicable Bldg., Waco, Texas. Boykins, Va. Wytheville, Va. Lignum, Va. 1809 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. Drewryville, Va. Courtland, Va. . ,LTRlL!.iA,f'l.'hfiif.b-f,WLAX.Qn1tA.u1.l. A ll fL5j'A viii s i i 5 Q Q H 9 af n an Q- , H 9 Q 1 i 1 X4- .1 1 .4 1 5 -4 Ns K .. .4 lj, -f I E3 +5 Mi 42231 EFH 15,4 'ifiif 14321 'Amid xligid, N, 1 1'-fn :,. ,g ,Q ,HQ 'Q Q, ww .'4 : .,i 5, M .J f A ,fl .1 v -:J Srl Li! 2 ' 'X W I F. N XX X gg I cf J'.,,. , XZ X Nr A-. X V dir, Siix Z ., EH, f 1 fhm -'lf 1. ' V533 1 I j'.?-32110, J 1 ' , 1 . ' Wig ' if Q? 1 3 if 121 K W3 J KW , ! 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Q Cl' his Hear Book is to a qreat extent ref' f i sponsible for that fine spirit fwithout f f X fbi . if it f Ei, f which a school can hardlu be called y, - successfull that exists between the differf L f 5 gl 4 ent branches of the school, which are ' if phqsicallu separated. t' ll? p "ln llnitu There is Strength". 36 'i f, r I Q fame "'if'c' W' Q' ""'3"' If s we we me or an L fe ll ' gg -1 mmmmi mm i 1 'll V IQ! l tai We - tml , r r , a, r Page Three Hundred Sefventy Tflie 1925 WEB 'Cl 1 . X 1 nf 1 - i l Q l iw' it WU , V M frga Y U X 1 td td H M XV l - 1 'x 'l Eff l 5 1.4.3 lgl 5 V lr . v i i -. I 4, 1 Y Q Y r if K up ' 1 1 1 Ov .. ' v ' an , il 5 , e . l l . v r .. il ..- . V V ..l , , I V nl n n I i R? H l - tdi lvl - 3 l A lat Eli r W.,.J 4'g it H 'TK' ii ' IW" , iff' . - L ZF fi CF. JllSTlTl ITIOORE lDhose abilitq quicklq and clearlq to penetrate the intricate l masses of leqal formulas, to reveal forcefullu the rationale of the law, is an inspiration to the student. kd i v lDhose understandinq of the student's perplexities, and kindliness in aidinq the student to clear them, endear him to those who studq under him. This, the Fourth Uolume of the Leqend, is respectfullq dedicated. 1 W ' M 1 - 'W - '-' - i' " ' "" ' 5 'M' ""' t ' ' "' "W" ' 1 ..'-......-,-,..,-.,-..,.-.,..v ..,,.,,. . Y. . V Pagc Three Hundred Sefventy o V Y Page Three Hundred Sefuenty-mcg Page Three Hundred Sefvenly-three 1 1 4 I0 Q. mme 1Q W 1313 597 we -e A' A e -P V ,cw -.--,-,,-,no, ..., F E' E F V v gp ' CONTENT T'S qood to have moneq and the -. thinqs that moneq will bug, but it's E qood, too, to check up once in a Q while and make sure qou hauen't lost V the thinqs that moneq cannot bug. i Cl' here is a burden of care in qettinq 54 riches: fear in keepinq themg temptaf fa tion in usinq themg quilt in abusinq ff themg sorrow in losinq themg and a ff burden of account at last to be qiuen ,, up concerninq them. Cl' here is a jewel which no mines can bug, and which no chemist art can " counterfeitg which makes men rich in if lowest pouertq, makes water wine' v turns wooden cups to qold, to homelq if whistle sends music's strain-that v much in little, all in nauqht, COTITEIIT l ii J V QQ Page Three Hundred Seiventy-four frm 190 5 xX.f1s:1 z . ao f , il Pwfe 1' W 'df LA Vi A 1' : iv' s. s xv, 1 - I xxjf E.. ,lf I xy 'ju .'1 x x x .L Q . 1 V A r I.. m -1 X ,451 DJ - I .Q V. Rafi wg'- wt I fr' 'hglbu : 5 1"-'fr::::-f:'::.-tzffx--fzvfiv--f-1----------':-- --.- Lf,--V----x-4-M---fi-Tj.-A ,, U A R 'M -W-,- -- , ---, - -u,- , , , . ?, Iii! B fui W F2231 Ef sy 1 f Q51 F Til 9 iii? E' Q3 Q 0 Q Q Q 9 Q 53 - iw .. i at Q QQ H? E- Shi v , V E 25:3 Q M 153 ei 42 M E' E5 V R 1213 4 +1 elif? V F3 ie? V 5 U ff iii! v . E4 W 'c M A M-.",-I , ,-'L Q-9,1-.tif lage Three Hundred Sefventy-fifve u an pm 1 v l 5 A... A fs rj 4 7 ,7 V it V SAW K3 ,,.,, ..., 4 A- ,g,:,:g.:1.::'.'1.5,.':.'.':gx::x::'::?:LI::'--- .. . -,-- - --A- Mez:::4::.::r:1112f-111iff-fliffff1'i?f:f?::':'fZf:'1'1f?'1l4'fiTfT,fT iQlf'E'i"1 2r:,S"'f'4"fF9?:'T"3"fl'-'F"f' rbi?,,..,-W--,-1-------M"-'-"""" Q. - if iii? 5 , Q1 u y vi: Senior Class ffl if f OFFICERS AND HISTORY V. Coberly H .... Preszdent . V g . I 1 fl - l 7 5. M O. M. Selph .. Izce Preszdent V l ' . l J. Z. Johnson . . ' ' Secretary ' '- 1 LH s. C. Ratiiff -- Tffflfufff .. rt, M' D' Baroff ' ' ' ' . . Student Senate .. C. E- Stewart, Jr. . . J l . if an ' ' fi G. E. Booker, 3rd. . . . . . Hzstorzan, 5. if The third year class, appropriately called the "pioneer, class of the forenoon di- i' vision comes to the end of its school life with a feeling almost of regret. ie 1 a ' ' - 1, We have during our 'training period, absorbed not only the fundamental principles 1-3. ' ' of the law, but had the privilege and opportunity of observing the personality of the l , 2 , ' finest group of instructors to be found. S f Vi We trust that the standards we have set up, the precedents we have established, T are worthy to be followed by those who come after us. We have done our best and no one can do more. We sincerely hope that our affection for the law is here to stay, '- 5 remembering always that "the law is,a jealous mistress", intensely envious of its 4- l members and the honor and dignity which are inherently hers. We intend to keep ff' forever sacredvthe honorable calling, though we share the fate of "the briefless bar- sl risters who abounded in and about VVesminister Hallf' WU ' To Uncle John, the faithful old negro janitor whose devotion to the school is l r an inspiration to us, we bid a fond farewell. l if -QL l ... 1 W 2 Q, l " LQ-M,a..rm... ..,.r ..,,...c,,s,m,.,.., H,-,-me -A a i ' va. vw-1 . its nn. a we fffi g,f'Tfx.f,.,.y, f -e-e-' We-----f ee-' r-i'e'f,v, e e . f, Page Three Hundred Sefventy-six I l 4 ff. 5' .ff'?fQ ,Tf-' ,C '97 K, 1. . . Q11-'ZA-?"'-..A.' "d..3.x: 51149 1 f v 1 V W 4 w 1 0 o i 1 1 4',. f .JK,f.a"I"PQ 1 le p 5 N 15. .v 1 I 15 --J .. vw lent ? tary - 1 ner Ig late X L rzan L l ill 1 QS. gi di' 1 4 g . Q 1,4 P168 the it ' 1.- 9 1 -sl hed, I . and 4 p its ' . ceep . bar- ri ,nn E Q ei U MOE D. BAROFF Anadarko, Okla. Applicant for LL.B. Phi Alpha Charter lVIernber- Thos. Nelson Page Lit. Soc. ? I Richmond College, Ex. 19235 Forensic Council 1923-245 Secy. T. N. Page Lit. Soc. 1922-23-24, A . S sst to ecretary Law School 1923-24-25g Student Senate 1924- 253 Secretary Student Senate 1924-25g Asst. Business Manager Legend 1925. GEORGE EDWARD BOOKER, 3RD. Richmond, Va. Applicant for LL.B. Phi Delta Thetag Ex University of Va. Historian of Senior Class. . 1 , .-. ..,. 7. 4 f ' N" ' ' P' 'f'.'. ... '.,s- ,..-f uv- - ' ml is l 1 H L ' if 1 i 1 V 1 I O! E- 1 Q ea tg .XJ ' E4 1 l 1,-.lgiihs-g1,, gin.-.'rg1s.-.'-rajfffa 7:21,-Q??..' T 'IW" Z"'71- 'H - A ' 1 . 1 r ,5z1!,.n.,f .AE..1'.f-4-.ffl . -. H- U fr V -,-vV V - -v - Lit-53 '1'fZTIfl1'TL"f"f.'1'IL1fZTjQfZI1.L1'l'1'LZ'.."LT ' 'T'75'7 x5-T3 -ES fbi' 1-Q! 1 4 .N 55 E3 15 I-. tw, E3 P .5 E4 Fd Q xl 5 15 Q5 IX? i Z l :iv ik? 'rd lt 'H Q. I v bd, 'il-N141 khiffi .-jg: if. 421 5, . , ri ' ' ,f 1 Page Three Hundred Se enly sefven l l l Page Three Hundred Sefventy-eight Srovmz Hoois BOWLES Richmond, Va. Alfwjnlicant for LLB. B. A. University of Richmondg lVIember of the Arachnidaeg Win- ner of First Year Law Prizeg Winner of Corpus Juris Prizeg State Bar Club. XIERGIL J. COBERLY Petersburg, Va. dpjnlicruzt for LL.B. Thos. Nelson Page Literary Society. Pres. Senior Class. IS nond Y XVin- Prize 3 Prizeg i ite rary A WALTER J. CONATY Richmond, Va. Applicant for LL.B. Sigma Nu Phi. Business Manager The Legend. HOBART EMERSON DUGGINS Glen Allen, Va. Thos. Nelson Page Lit. Soc.g State Bar Clubg Secy. Sophomore Classg Randolph lldacon College. Page Three Hundred Sefvenly-nine 11 if T111 . IK 'T V 1 ji. 1 ' ,m M MM N i1r1i 1,1 1 Vnwyi L. 13 we 11 My l""32 M A ,. E 1 M 1 1, iw' rl 1 1 I 4 N 1 ix 1 1 1 1 1 Page Three Hundred Eighty JAMES W. GRIGGS Richmond, Va. JAMES DENNIS HART Richmond, Va. Applicant for LL.B. Lambda Chi Alphag Ex Old Point Comfort Collegeg Treasurer of the Freshman Class 19225 President of T. N. Page Lit. Soc.g Student Senate 19233 Literary Critic 1923-245 Sgt. at Arms of T. N. Page Lit. Soc. 1922-235 Member of Debating and Forensic Councilg State Bar Clubg Pres. Woodrowv Wilson Club. "C, vi f E5 Lf LJ' Q, Lfil i. K l lui r l Q fu u nn a Q Q. E 5 P 5 E E3 E3 Jllegeg Class V - 2525 535222 5 Vilson Q 5 S H ll I . .. E4 Q J ab- " ' -J E fbi r.Yff1'4 X2 1 Ml Ili? r fl U J. Z. JOHNSON Beaver Dam, Va. dpplicant for LL.B. Secretary Senior Classy Former Pres. Thomas Nelson Page Liter- ary Soc.g Secty.-Treas. State Bar Clubg Woodroyxf Wilson Club. H. MITCHELL MEYER Richmond, Va. Applicant for LL.B. Phi Alphag Thos. Nelson Page Literary Society. B.S. University of Virginia. Q5 -- K'- .vf f v i i l . . iv.. QE' 1 Q. iv Q. J, Ig .1 ,V ! I -n iv 1 x H4 A G14 ? P535 if 1 Sk' XJ P g Tl ee 111 dred fzglzty one . Q5 E E3 th! Ea .n in rw Q.: lg :ki its ai .E 23 E gr? are Sw .U td 1 was I 'i-gl .' r Page Three Hundred Eighty-tfwo .ALGER M. PHIPPS Clintwood, Va. .flpplieant for LL.B. 2 B.A. Emory and Henryg Sena- tor l922-23g Pres. Junior 'Class 1923-243 President of Student Government Assn., Sigma Nu Phi. STEVVART C. RATLIFF Grundy, Va. Affzplicant for LL.B. Thomas Nelson Page Literary Societyg Woodrowv Wilson Club. Pres. T. N. Page Lit. Soc. in 1923g Treasurer of Senior Classy State Bar member. ,K xy. :-gill :sw Q 1 , 1 ' X I . . nt -., Q 1 .- lu I i v 1 2 v A X1 1 1 .. ,f 1 ,111 1 ' ,A t "T-Trmf' A 1 'lfYl'TY'IJf'i7jIY'Q 'W 'TES 1' MFT' 1'7" A' "7" 'f g13,- 5 ' gi 5 K wal! I 1 .fi ,, gi .. '1 I . Q- i 1 1 I I s. ta? ,fe- fg, 51 A '. E- ig? T 1 i 5 1 vw Hi Eg lljii ORRIS MCRAE SELPH E Richmond, Va. D flpplicant for LL.B. E? Charter member Thomas Nei- SFT son Page Literary Society. 5 Q Editor-in-chief The Legendg Phi. Vice-Pres. Senior Classg State Bar ,mi E- i1 Club, Secty. Student Government 5 Association. I 1 E31 5 F 1 E1 I yi E51 Q Q 4 R .. 1 4 -- 3 Q 1 Y 1 F1 Q4 .. 1 F45 A 1 51 ta V V .. ' R .- 1 Q CHARLES E. STEWART, JR. Glen Allen, Va. lp Emry H Applicant for LL.B. lub. V i 1 l Senator Senior Class. c. in ., 1 1-V , ilassg ' 1 1 V t T 1 if E wi 1333 iiiiiii ti! cf R rs Inge Three II 1 zdrfd highly three can 'wif 5-7-fi '1 Mill" mbsf X--Az wie E.. IW 1 ,E H .. M ,. so Q F Q V R 'I E ffa +V: Q 5 F an I K -- 3 EU QNA :fx-fi ' .. 1 hh 1 55:73 ,gf f 651172 5:4535 ff iw V , 3 1211 1 ' V Page Three Hundred Eighty-jour R iclmn m VX- I 4:-AD' 1 HDR u fin 1 ' s. S 'lIl BWI' ' Cl re xx' XYils n u Ll' Xlplm lomas Nvlwn l':1gv Litcrxary bucietv, mt will be sufficicnt Q,fL'llIlL'llll'llu.-'P Klux I-.ll.l. i xl' E A K 5' 421' If iQaw...'si"-'eesfsli-. tb. 41- I . n 1 fi J I. x I ' ,,:::Lgi-J'..11:5:J'33::4g.:3:.:::::2:g:.:i.4:A1':::...,, Y 1235 Y 252 9 l 9' me v JR. rt Thomas E , Q :ietyg EX Q I V , I XJ ' nl" I .. V . t 4 t f- t fi? Q f li Q il? i " Z ll l 1 if ful - i QL 4 f X 14 t l' Q to M if X 9:5 14.11 1 'A f'iffifgivf:'L 1 1 .4 -5 V ,. V V E3 el .Q ,, i Ui l it-as l sw , 1 t 1552? ,l ' L1 1 e Qlif Ti-5251? W. S. AflCNEILL M ,xp '.g.,wz X 3 ,if '51 ,A "That will be sufficient gentlemen" atv f' :li iff' if A familiar phrase that calls to mind our pleasant associations with its user. The Senior Class desires to pay this small tribute to Dr. NlcNeill and wishes him a speedy return to health. His absence on account of ill health, has been a loss to the school, and our admira- tion for his consummate knowledge of the law will not be soon erased. l ,, ,, ,., .vs-,L,.':T.X -f-y-NL van., X ' Af ' 'M' , J . , . 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A -lf 5 When "Time," with apologies to lfinstein, has been exceedingly generous to this physical being of ours, and the last few years find us one day seeking that "Uustymost" shelf and pulling down this old book, will we smile? XYill our memories take us back to the days when we sat in class. physically present hut mentally absent, or when the sri ff " ' if i -i'-1 - 1-1' ei-i dd' tl Prof was expoundmg a lj pot ietica cast, xx utr sountu in murttr mt en e in ,M humiliation? Surely, if we must judge the future lay the past. then-we'll chuckle! fill . . . . f 3 ' We have all taken our little trip to Petersburg. the paradise of contracts. Some A 'H ' I . Q . . 0 vi of us were almost lifted to the moon by those intricate suppositions. while others would gil , . , . -wi have agreed t0 go anYwhere to save embarrassment to that "intellectual Giant' in all of us. Yes, last year we were morons in law-'men with the legal brains of Ll children-but now we are beginning to realize, and appreciate more fully. the pre- cedent Whlch others have laid down for us. lVe are beginning to choose words with -.v all the reasoning our wisdom will permit. and to form judgements which are based on legal concepts. gt'- However, there is a more serious side which confronts us and we shall all come - to a common understanding when that time arrives which will afford each an op- portumty tofsslst m erecting lCQ2ll precedent that will serve society equally. 50, toward that ideal we promise to strive. X, , dj , Ti 1 'i 11 E My N,--T U IV- -V Aw-'M'-f,,-1 A- 1 i wx ,,,.1,.,'g,,,,, ,,,,. V, ' ,I 1... f ff . is , ,... , , ,..,..,, , 9 A ' , 'Q -. X' I-. 1 K 1. Page Three Hundred Eighrygight U A Y I i H' ' Y VK - P7 F3 EQ 2. Jw K2 'r P4 l in F i .4 M151-mm A1412 V..-M. ,. 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Chesterman Jr.. .. ............ ,,,,,, P ,-esident Q C' R' Lowry """" . . .Vice-Presiderzt Q S' Hllton ' ' ' . . .Secretary M. M. Hillard. . . N Trmsurer V ' . . U R. S. Bristow Jr.. . I i . . .Historian . H. H. Edwards V F Femeyhough .... Student Senate ' ' At a time of economic depression and civil unrest this group of "would be ' attorneysj' entered the portals of the T. C. Williams School of Law. Spurred on -- by ambition and a grim determination toward greater accomplishments, the class of '26 .now looks back over a rugged path of three long years only to awake to the 1 realization that it is rapidly approaching the goal of its endeavor. . The vicissitudes have been many both in our collegiate life and in the life of the - nation, at large. We have just emerged from an era of legislative and judicial X, investigations. The echoes of the presidential campaign have scarcely died away Xi' , and international controversies are still the subjects of much speculation, all of which tend to add to the unrestful state of mind so characteristic today of the american , student. Within our own little circle changes of even more importance to us havs ,. taken place, but suffice it to say we are still following our pursuits. Many of our number have deemed it Wise To part company with us, some on account of sickness, some have entered other fields of work, while others have qualified to engage in the " practice of their profession. Those that remain must "carry on" until that coveted -- mark of distinction has been awarded for labors Well done. V We have viewed with pride the splendid progress of our alma mater and with that same peculiar interest will we always rejoice at her growth. Qur sojourn within " her Walls has been a pleasant one because of our associations with friends and class- v . . . .. mates and when the time for our departure arrives we shall reluctantly, with a heart full of fond memories. ' V. V4 T? f Q2sgv,fjig,Q-T"+,T"'-m'T'f1-511-?"'i12745552651-iiffL?Iife-1-f?4?+iLi15E?i4Ei?-?6iR9lg.??:,..x1s2'.z2ep i.fffZi?f 1 - jw1laifEffai.f-fi:-. mr.:-QQ. f., -.' 'ag 1.1.4-' ,m.!' LAL' rig it .gg Fit ts in li .,,. ...A --.. .,,.,. -.,. .,'.. '...- . f . . . . gf yi E N? ' V .v. l v ! 5 Ed 1 Ed l F: W Q B u 2 Ei H, v'5 n r 3 l 1 , ? J v. s 1 f ' l w if E45 I l .5 ,J I l l ' o f ..' ,ir v W ll .jx ..gi I !k:5'i X1 I. lay i Page Three Hundred Ninety I-:uve H. .'h'lWII,I. l'm-tvrxlmrg, hnilfilliil. l',:'rn11n1 lllfnlon l'hi flzunmzn Ih-Img llc-rxnznn Club? lm-1-miy L'1llIllk'ilQ k.HHK'L,fiIlll Stuff: In- f4-runllvglizltv Uvhzltv. V7.2-H Prvs. Ura- mwtic fluh 'l4., fs.. lfx-Sccrctarv 'l.lAl'Zl5llH'l' 'lf N. l':1gv l.iIl'T1lff' Socictgg 't'I'K'l'Sll'X' Claw l".f.3-.243 SUIIIIUII' l023g 'XIHHIJII Rl'llI'l'NK'lIfIlfiXl' W24. H. hun' limxle. Kivlnlmml. Yirzinizn. I'-'17Ar'll'l'1lI Ijifififlll Q. I. .lllllil Xu llu 2 1 N lllll' l.i!m'r':H'y Sutfvfy. Ru-,xx xx Ilnrshnm BR!-Lvl' K Rik'll!llHlhi. Yirginizx. l-1,1-f-H0011 l71r'1,vmn Sigma Xu Phi: 'lf X. Pzlgv l.ifl'fIll'j' 5lM'il'ff'I fslnlu' 'l'I'1nIIl'I's flllhl IA':0I1d Qfllfvf WJ-F3 h'il'l'-PI'l'xitil'IlI 'lf X, Page Liturznry Such-ty 10.243 S1-crm-tzxry :md 'l'I'L'1lNllH'I' IWI5: Sccrctzmry l"I't'ShIl1Ilfl l,:m' Claus W2-lg hYiIllll'I' l.uu-Mol' lfxixx R.x4:1..xx1x L'H1-1s'1'1aRx1.xN. ,IR- h Richmond, Virginia I l'f:'rnir1g1 llirixiun Phi Kappa Sigma: l,l'lf2l 'l'lu't:1 Phi! I ' f X . , , Prcsulcnt lhml N Q-zu' L lass. Uuhuting Nlcdanl W2-lg Sm-niur Senator uf Qlxmim' flaws: l'niu-rsity of Rich- , llltllhl 1021-22. X A -e-ee-Q-as p The 1925 xvilzn .M wg in 'I F 6 .Y 1- Y " F V Y f ld QC id Lfl V JI' i V 1' .. f A' V ii Q P. V EX. sz ,-gl' IWAJK-Z x X I ,..l i. .,jQ 'Q Ei se Y Q M. RAY DOUBLES Richmond, Virginia '- Evening Division Phi Gamma Deltag Delta Theta Phi E! B. S. Davidson College 19225 Vice- V President Class 1st Year, President QP Class during 2nd year, State Bar Club. .. ,wi V trial QQ Y HORACE HALL EDWARDS Y Newport News, Va. Y Evening Division H Phi Pappa Sigma, Delta Theta Phi, V Tau Kappa Alphag German Club. ,seq Q Ex-Richmond 19223 Ex-Vice-Presb Q dent Junior Class QMorning Divisionj : .. Intercollegiate Debate 1923-24-253 55 ff Student Senate. U V Q v , Q V V i Q2 T! ie' J. F. FERNEYHOUGH "FernWood,', Chesterfield County, Va. Evening Division Theta Chi, Delta Theta Phi Student Representative, Third Year, Evening Division. GEO. A. HASE, JR. Forenoon Division President Freshman Class 1923. E2 l ii W E3 i i" ' n i Nd, J ,ee ltd ft? iv I !. iw rkf 4 j I 'C A its iii? i ,ig elle? ., A eeee EMT' if-ffras 4' fan' ff" "'-'Wi If A X ' ,...-.-..aM--..-------f--A-f--f-e-g----1--efrre-qrWfi"j 7-V,-,W jf, -, , f- ,gf .. 1- 2 A. 1 3-A ,li -'i-11 'f.gg:j, U sf, YXevi1i'Yr'f'1T1'm'1'1i7'3'V7Vi'1J'5':i'7Wi2v5h'3r 'C e,,.J,,4.-...4.w-ft"'fa-fhf'13,-' run an ,-.A JK- Page Three Hundred Ninety-one P A 1 :Ui ltjs 1 F l C .1 11 X, , .1 i l I i l i I V i 4 ll i 1 ll' l il illii l iii I i, .i tlx V , iq ' il ' il. W l il M Qiix ik' ll.i lil lil- Z'i .- lV,y ill. , ll, I li-,uri if f l-wi l ', l--'jf il i lil he llllyf ,l,i , lliwfi N i V ii- fi l' 1 ii .l iik,,i il 1 l 'l sill l ll lllilfl ill l ii, . ll ll ll il 5jQ'l ?ll' l lil l Ui ii i V 1 Page Three Hundred Ninety-ffm, Nlxlwu KI. Ilii,i..xm, l'rirtsinmitll. Virginia l'.'f't'llllIfj lJ11'1.s1on Signm Nu Phi ll. 5. VN illizun :xml Xlzirx 'Z lrczisiircr Supliniiiun- flaw: 'l'rv:isiirc'r -Illflifjl' vldwr. 5IlJN M' .IHIIXSUX lllI.'l'oX Ricliiiimicl. Virginia lfzwfziliff lliriyifnl Ui-ltzi 'l-lll'f1l Phi Svcwtsiry uf Class. xYll.l.I.X.Nl NI.xRsii,xi.i. lxixc l"i'vili-i'ickslmru, Virginia l' nf 1'llU'lIl l71f'lx1fn: Phi Clziininzi lk-Ita: lh-ltzi 'llwta Phi li. S. Yiiuinizi Nlilitziry' Institute. lii.xi.iNi-3 l-. I rvx' 4 . Richmuml, Yirvinizi I' UI'z'll0Ul1 IDITJXIIJII 'lf N. Page l.ifl'I'1ll'y' Society' 17' .-Xnniizil Stuff lh-pix-sn-iit:1tix'c Treas- l liici of lirm hmm Cl ll 3 " ' 'S 1 :iss ..... .ZH . fi ,2,l ,.., mfg, 'Tllil gil' .fill .7-'fill , Mil liaiil Ml Nfl' 615' FQ' la -- 1 l et3i. iii lil lil lvl ills! ifgil 5 Wil iii l ' 7' 'N Z? i i Q W, w' li Q.. ii .Q ll glill itil i ,.1 'WZ llfilli 2555 Y :fir lull? llilal i . i l ,i lrfqll e,.,ll giugli: Q' ll skill i 'll , . iz I . 1 ,ii gil ,f-i, Q X31 ik llifjei lr' ll .' 'li mi ,i 1 gli! ll 1,1 Qi-"ll ,,,l,g WHT! flllll 3 1 'llwii in-ll, im I liflil as-gi: felis imxgi i fi . My ,ij ix, ii ,Alu in-1' K Vxwre K'- -L'AJr' 'fiyill - 1 1 gel iiiggxf if E-i 1' lr: g L., 5 1,2551 Ea CLAUDE R LOWRY Q1 5552 . .td sf- L Richmond, Virginia el lglgg Evening Division U Jr M Vice-President Third Year Classg t X1 fgssistant Editor of The Legend 1924- Ea 7 vu! 1 1 -4 E E SAMUEL KERR- MCKEE, JR. 3 'U Richmond, Virginia L i Evening Division Q 'i li Sigma Phi Epsilon. E I, l Ex. Richmond College '23g Varsity , .1 'grjigk l922g Captain Freshman Football . 1 QL 1 ' 1 , J S 1 - 1 A 1 it e - E. L. MINTER 1 , i is Martinsyille, Virginia l I Forenoon Division Woodrow Wilson Clubg Lamba Chi 11 . ' ai Alphag T. N. Page Literary Society. 1 eval-sity football 19235 Varsity foot- ' A ' l I ball 19245 Varsity baseball 19243 Treas- . ' i urer Junior Class 19243 Varsity Club El ' l qui 1924-253 Varsity baseball 1925. P 1 3 fra a Y f" w 1 , X 1 lf- CHARLES R. Moss ' l E D i ' 1 A Beaver Dam, Va. Q3 I ' o I 5 hir 5, EA ia 1 Q41 . - RJ ' o o , 1 1 - X ' 1 F H1 1 i . 1 ' ' 1 V' -. E ' 1 .- 1 Q E. if El Q . gl - ' 1 . - . 1'i?Vf'+?- gif.-.51 . ,..,. ,, e rift Lw'A ego., "gfT,51i.Q.'g,f:,,MT: -,y- -.ry - p M 1 sl f T 5'-ffffifi L ' L" igfyg .gi.fx5fjg+gi page Three ffllfldffd Nfmy-um H w ing l 'BT ,G . ll iv: l.' 1- i.e.' 2 l I i -1131 l. FL'-.3 i- cg 1.-5 wx if- 7 -Cv' ' 2,1 rf, llfs l li l I i 2 1' Mr, I N5 . EL 'f i":.p" 551563 is ifugl 1 lllggl LH: i l 1 1555? li uf lglggll ship: ligffxll muff! lim, vagal i igjll all iv.. 'kg- iinpf' ll- 1 ll il lv. l 3. li sg ig Q l V lo. el' 1 , I el '7 'U M I i A , 1 u . il PY i n . V 1 QQ , QL i 9 i K., A-4 ki lil wx l 3 .. new J M K3 I ling' Fluff ,1v',,.I l .... 1, Page s hr Amr ' Y H laxiu' Annnnsnx Siexiox Bluelielcl, Virginia l"orf'11on11 lJii'i5i0Il Sigma Xu Phi President .Inninr Class: 2nd Vice- Cham'ellm', Sigma Xu Phi. , . IJ. Cnnsux 5Hlil,'I'ON Buckner, Yirginia l"fn'rnfm11 llirisinn 'l'. X. Page Literary Society: Student Senate. XY. li. Sxirru f South Hill. Virginia 1"orf'f1fm11 Dirisiorl Lamhila Chi Alpha Q L'nix'ersity' of Richmond, lax 1923 Secretary junior Class. Iaanx XY.fxi1Rx1.-xx Norfolk, Virginia l'ifll'l'II00l1 Iyifiiiflll lit Tu, Brute Vice-President Class 19265 Student Q, Senate 19233 Y. P. I. .,-"" Q-Hi! i E V if 'mf 'u 'a " ,T "' A A-?1'1'fQ':'f, Www, - wry.-1-1. " --we . . . 'l ' "'- f'.l'..5.2'ff:','w 7,geeg:z1Q.-,,5,ff.', -'ff ,rw ' 1:-1 lv If . ggi Three Hundred Ninety-four 2 1' 'r .Q , L. AW AXAXAW-Aff 5 i F.1- .V Am I lf1f,f-Yfktq - -..rx ESI l f ,Q Us . 1 52 Ili 3 van M! H1 itil affil 1 l Ml in il in it M EE3 I T 1 QU' wi tl iii IS LW 5 lb! W an 1 I Q I s - I st? Eli, 3551 . ,l 'Ali fir" , I 1-we 15, ffl I s,-if a g 'Vi ., ' 5 I D f "' I , I ss,s A fl-if 1920 ve EB S f -W M ga- Q'-'nuts 2.1-if 1. Z, I..,3T,,3'i'37' :'E:'f'f-"N"7W?'ffK-?"4'Pf1TxJ,vr..'vn.Y:s.w'x ww 7 ' ' 'I ' , , 1 P192-..-1 5Di?'iQjS N. ' -nv'--W 'T " I' W HI fm if v ,U f of E5 3 Ui Us gi W ,n 5 -- Q 5 . . f i an si 5 1. ga uv yn Qi 5 5 5 an ,aa u I. li H 5 5 Q? E 2 B I E3 ea LOUIS E. WENDENBURG Richmond, Virginia ' Forenoon Division - M U 51 -. t--.--...v,, na U 5 ARMSTEAD LOVELL WITC HER -- V ls Richmond, Virginia Evening Division Q Treasurer Freshman Class 1922 an s 9 5 5 E 55 5 5 "But once I pass this way, And then-and then, the Silent Door I Swings on its hinges, s I Opens . . . Closes- And no more I pass this way. So while I may With all my might I will essay 3 -o .4 Sweet comfort and delight I I To all I meet upon the Pilgrim Wayfg For no man travels twice Th G t I-Ii hwa Q. v bd I e rea g y That climbs through darkness up to ' light M Through night ev To day." I n M kit V I .. I x4 H 5 V tr E5 W wig, I ,J F ,c,s -WQAQQ lf I. -e M Qfi"ff"'hj':,Qf'Qj' s'f':" '7':o"s':J' "tt" Z""'jT"'W"' - , 3 I ff: 4,1 , 'Mr' " X " f'i.i f. 2:.2f?g?:rLiF3ZQ'3Eif'1.13rl2ffr'i?13:,45.aisf.?sa'ish W-ss? 'fu gg v ,l fm l::,,. Page Three Hundred Ninety-ive I7 .10 1 ,1 ..,vxl I fwfsi r.lQf'i qt, 1 , 1 .. A g i .Q . ,--y V 5 ' E 'r GI! W i '. p ,4 1 5, A 1 ' 9, 1 1 B 1. , , P! . .. 5, 52 I r 1 1 F ,F I, LN ww 'r ,,,,r .. ,l vi? Q04 j 1 ,en , i S Ms H iff? H 5 ggi, ag, i 51 gg l Q 51 V2 V, 5 F e.N'E E5 ,VJ Q4 LUV! Mg El'5'Q , 'I+ -, -,W ,vi jv 5 A-"1-:mia V. , , , Q. 59P!lmuveEf S 1' ' - ,AJIMC WX , FH -Y ' MXL' v.., , ,Q 1 wav' 1--'fff' : 11-.-w.12f-.,...m , E:.yin:.f-:rf,mvfAgffAjf.:,.fm,fff A rv Iv I., ,,., V ..A,, .,,, , Y H , lj, T i .W arm Three Ilundred Ninety-.mx , F3 ra t- il? s es -53 5 Q 5 1 ri F z 5 f n u of I. u ei H P 5 5 5 Q M ga 522 fr? :sa l I. K xl, nf' ea NUHEQ Qvli . f, Q, if U ll R bil .il cf 3 ., l , 4 1 'Q 4 .5 're 1 1 M. .3 I 1. l Q . i 5 -. is v E. ts. e- l ., E ly . Q4 . 1-dl T Ml 'ia bl Q 5 V' A , warg T Sophomore Class oFF1CERs AND HISTORY g Evening Division john C. Williams . . . . i ' .President James E. Drinard . . . . .Vice-President R. E. Jones ..... i i n u Seniemry Thomas P. Parsley . . Treasurer H. R. Hutchinson . .. Historian R. M. Stone M' F. Partridge . . . Student Senate In retrospective contemplation our minds wander back to those days when we knew not what 'animus furandi ' meant nor did we care then, for ignorance was bliss and we were certainly happy. In our brief sojourn as law students we have tried hard to acquire that so-called 'legal mind ', that fictitious mind which can prophecy what the decision of the court will be, but we have found it difficult to determine what the court has decided, with the facts and decision ofthe 'court stated, in our case book. , e Upon our return to school last fall we were greeted with a magnificent new edi- Hce of which we are duly proud. The inconveniences which we experienced last year, the shifting of classes from one room to another and the jams which used to occur in the corridors have all been eliminated, and we now enjoy a spacious and com- modious building. Although we realize that our new building is a great gain, we also realize we have suffered equally as great a loss in the absence of Dr. V-McNeill from our faculty. The whole class had learned to deeply respect and revere him and we feel that his instruction and guidance were invaluable and an irreparable loss. E..,ii l..,l liyi -fn, L", 24. A., x. V ff 'X Er .,. li ,CQ QQ? ttf Q53 arg leg fra .bi ik? M Q23 iff ll T3 fn I . ,xx l I 'x . - :hyd . -ll 2 iwlic 2 E, if I ' I! i IV .X . W2 ..,, gif-tl xff Q M131 i-il! ,1. 5 ala! R 1 I Page Three Hundred Ninety-:efuen Page Three Hundred Ninety-eight .lmiias l,. lg.'XR'l'0l, Riclununcl, Virginia li:-ming Diwisiorz Kappa Alpllrli KU' l62 German Club. lfx-Riclunuiul College: Varsity lrack 22, 23. ,Ioux Ciuwrfuan L'RL'xiP. JR. Riclunnnd. Virginia l':?'l'lIiIlfj lJi7'i,Yi0lI Treasurcr Studi-nt Government. hlniizs l'll.l.lU'I"l' l3RlN.XRD Riclunund, Virginia l':I't'llilIfj Di-r'i.i'io11 Lamlula Clii Alpha. Sccty. XVuumlruw lVilsnn Club. Vice-Prcsidvnt of Class: Class Repre- i scntativc: Annual Staff: V. KI. I. Ex l023. XVILLI.-XXI Kluscuiz HL'x'ri.12Y Riclunnnd, Virginia li'?'f'llfllfj Di'z'i.vion Kappa .-Xlpliag llclta 'llllcta Pllig GCI' man Cluli. i .54 Cm ..S lf Y, .522 Ji- 1 Y 1 1 iflif 'su Wit fx ,f , l g., 4 3 wg ,. ,, V--1 1 il i lxfi ,sf-, Uii lxfl 1 , lwzijg Mi mill: ltlzil lt'!' Xl 1 Ve? if lifll Jill .' 13 lf-iii l-gli Sid 4fJl 1.23 'tv :Mgt pll' ,W i. , 'i 1 Q H11 in I ir ity R P lc-p re- I. Ex. I Ger- 'Q I I I I I I I I I I I 'II W I rn I IU IH w IV I II If iv II '11 2-fj .X A fri Nu I Ig, I Ig' IQ, I n I ,QI I rw W W I 1 In IIIQPI ' ,..e X II, ,. I I a I 1 I I i e I , I 1 .1 L E' .iifxi 1922 VV E. I3 I 1 I . . A 5535 fi' Igfi Iii? on V2 nl if :tj HERBERT R. HUTCHINSON Richmond, Virginia Evening Division Woodrow Wilson Club. Phi Delta Omega. lj B.S. University of Richmond, . N! rs ROYAL EARL JONES Richmond, Virginia VI . . . . V Evening Dzvzszon sigma Nu Phi. fi Secretary of Class. Eg Iskdl M. WALLACE MONCURE Richmond, Virginia I gi ,U ' QI me fa .VI 4.5 x32 vj 'v, I s I E3 xv - WI I . . 1? I I If 14 .,... gh! ,.,, ,iwf fr 1 1 I I I V Evening Division Phi Kappa Sigma, Ex V. M. I. Treas. Woodrow Wil- son Club. THOMAS P. PARSLEY Richmond, Virginia Evening Division Delta Theta Phi, Phi Gamma Delta. I Treasurer of Class. I I I I I 4 .- I. -4 -1 Q. J Q H Fai ,wi NIE . Iii? 5551 Hr, X! Page Three Hundred A znety nine Page Four Hundred HAI. 5."II.I', Yinitn, Virginia l'fIz'r'1li11y1 lJi7'i.s'io11 I.z1mImtI:1 Chi IXIPIIZI. XVumIrow XVilsun CIHIJ. IN Y I' I , , . . . Rnmakf Nluxrzma Swmxri New Canton, Virginia l'fr'f'1li11g lliriviffll Class RL'pl'1'Sl'lIf2lfIYL'I Student Senate I Imetzl LI11. 'I'. Dlx SL"r'1'ox Rielunnnd. Virginia l':I't'lIIllfj lJi1'i.vion IVll,l.l.XNl I". 'lkms Arden, X. C. l':'?'t'llillf1 l,I'I'I.Viflll Sigma Xu Phi II. S. I'nix'e1'sity' uf X. C. M. K f? 5 , s,g, -n nf: t ., .,l ' 4 ,X VJ, W uv, I Q i 1-, xg . . 5 9 u on u an Q E 9 V , V. 1.1 su E na no . n. 4 u Q K 1 an Xa na as fly .u v. -1 T? 6 ri Ei .. im E5 M M H1 uv .24 Jalan 9 1 22 Tis! 1 :Mi -X :il .. 1 K 1, .vi .,l,,, . ,Q , 3 l JOHN CHAMPION WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia Evening Division Delta Theta Phig Pi Kappa Alpha President of Class He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often and loved muchg Who has gained the respect of intelligent men and the love of little childreng Who has filled his niche and accomplished his taskg Who has left the World better than he found it, Whether by an improved poppy, a per- fect poem or a rescued soulg Who has never lacked appreciation of earth's beauty or failed sto express itg Who has looked for the best in others, and given the best he hadg Whose life was an inspirationg Whose memory is a benediction. Q 'f-771 F77-.Q'?"ZX. Win. 111 ref.. 5. , -'V-.9.gf:..'+a.11' gsm'-,axe , a 11' .g' 14 gf' . 3. 5 it I iv 0 0 u V ,E r V Ii r . Q 4 is - l - - Q- E 5 gf ei U E 4 ,-n. v l 'E3 I bw. ' x cs .Hxl .gqvff K. ,H ut, .f-,A L5 P-141 w. 41 1-,, - . s 5 .sf rf ,"J'f A, V L- n i,,h'J:,xQ. Page Four Hundred One I Qhj in 5 I il V ,I i i I I V I e Q . ' i R 1 i -l i i , , 1 1 i , 1 5 1 y., .1 i i il 1. -. W t Q' lhe 19235 W hh e s ,,.,... x.,, -.A--M ---- .Qs L',:::g,fg.,.1.g,:,::::::::1::e:g::i:Tlf f T' " """i' ,T , AVIIYKV I D 2 Q K ty, it 4 e xf we they-femmes, -Lf ft"!ihwm " il if li Qi' g iff , lrial , QQ ' M 3 . . - ll-.tl J N H E' xg! NEW when 1 bgmme a man I put away clzzldzsh things. St. Iaul. E ig? li As the leaves must fall A At the autumn's call, 1 f i it And their beauty all crumbled away, V ' E So the youth must part . i Q, With his buoyant heart, I J' For as men we should never be gay. 5 ki h ' ' A J I i V 'I Now the worldstgo 'round, iff And the stars shine down, i T And we thrill with the sense of life, t - tif.. 4 But our ideals fade 5 ii While our life-drama's played, ' 5,5 if v y And they're lost in the daily strife. , .. - ' , , It , e, . I ..l Now our songs are sung 'gl Z y, Y While we still are young. ' I V, And our joy all comes to us theng y For we must not ask , l From life's, stern task H ,, To be relieved, as men. y n .. Then we putter away At the things of a day, And forget the high aims we had, V f Q Or our selves are wrought W i In the realms of thought, A -' , And our hearts are lost, and we're sad. N ig .u ' - , i' I V r V, And our lives grow old, 5 y And our hearts grow cold, H y -- l, As we weave our destiny A V' , V , . . .a H , With the threads of might, , U! 1 H 3 And the threads of right, W But of Love there must not be. ' .. i W Fur, O, Lord, may 1 keep, l Mid the things dark and deep, I l 'The llght buoyant spirit of youth, 0 i P Qi May l never forget V i 5 That DUre.Love's greater yet, f G, Than JUSUCC, Or Right, or cold Truth. -' 'RiCl17l10211l College Illessenger. if K 5 ll., . J Il M il' it V 'A flxf 5 1 I F Y ,LA ,M,,,t,.....,.-,,.,,...,.,.,....,g, U ii it ,S -.,-.,,----, .r., .,ei ,e Q ' ' J , f ' " ' 7 Ly Q 17' 3 fb 3 I w?"ih'7'-'nk - . . .' . i'.1F' . 'Y 1 .' ' ' f av ff' ' f . 41,5 i' 5 P --,,.w--.. ,,t, gy W . t age Four Hundred Tfwo .Mu f I ,WM Ia, "-I EW III III I II I IIIII IV II III EI I II II.II I I . I o I I I I I I I I I II I i I I I I I II .I I. I I 1 'Ii If I I III I f-I YI I, II I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I If I. Agn , I. 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Mp. 1 ' V "' " - L ' r li. , 32 22" . are iN-1' fo fflimvii'W7AHLtif:lfliffilfl1ffli?tf5i?iE:E-E?fe Y"""A -ff-ff .. .ff f ' V -i-Tswmk-my-'mi' M11 V SHE: Q .. W lf? gY std T " E5 V W on F h E Q, res man Class 5, . U OFFICERS AND HISTORY i . . Evening Division A Pope Taylor . . . ,,,,, I O ..... . . . Preszdent Sam Ferguson . . . . . Vice'-President . 'Richard Moncure . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer A .. R' Hugh Rudd -- ..... Historiazz , -1 R. E. Booker l , S A Patterson - . . . Student Senate . l V ir' f A new chapter in legal history Was opened on the 29th of September, 1924, when sa the evening division of the First Year Class brought order out of chaos when called for 3 organization by Mr. Phipps, president of the Student,GoVernment. After an election scene, in comparison with which the deliberations of our dis- I Q I l l 0 n V' 3, tinguished State Legislature would seem mild, the following official corps was chosen: , j l , N3 V A b Pope Taylor, President, Sam Ferguson, Vice-President, Richard Moiicure, Secty- , 5 ' Treas., R. Hugh Rudd, Historian and Garland E. Moss, Annual Representative. ' A R. E. Booker and S. A. Patterson Were selected as senators from this class to the Student Government. ,mf . ' I 4 . . . ' l QT' 5 -- . There seems to be hope 1n the minds of some of our professors for our class, r .. albeit some of ,us still believe divorces are obtained through the Civil Just1ce's Court. fig! Y , But at the urge of the ever present vision of a successful career such ideas are rapidly H vanishing before the strong light of knowledge. 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Richmond College' 192-lg Stu- 1 mlcnt Senate Frcshman Class, EVCIUUS' Division, 192-1-25. 1 V V5 V U 1 I 1 li 41 n 5 riety -9 i 'J 'T 29 g sity si ty mall the in V ffi' .. sh- V E5 C Ill 5' Q w is I , .Z eqfvgix IV . gg Cll'Mi7f WEE V f ' 1 ' R"W-'y"'N's'r-s"'1-W-1------------A---Lf .-.:fi-..:f:4,1f:5gggfgfQ A- U iw QL Q2 .. 1 V Q i .. ' PHILLIP M. BREED " Richmond, Virginia l Q Evening Division Chi Phi Fraternity V A. B. Amherst College 1 ii V O V EDWARD LEE CAMPBELL Doswell, Virginia v Q Forenoon Division -- Thomas Nelson Page Literary 'Society Y Ex V. P. I. and R. M. College V V on O- - sa n 1.2. ire ,. 115' RXH1 .u14a.' Qla :V W? 1, L B1 igifll Zig! 3 gift 1? IE341 rl !.., Q. 2555 1 Ef 64, Gil Cl E3 V55 lgial 1 '-J .t lei I Fi V A 1 ,qj I E2 13 Wd s Pl .?x,'. MT F l f i 1 1 , i 1 1 1 i 1 " I JOHN NIVEN CLARK - A .. Richmond, Virginia ' ' ' Q Evening. Division .. . ' . X v V Phi Gamma Deltag Delta Theta Phi If P' V M Fi 5 is 15? KL ' W. L. CARLETON hi Richmond, Virginia i " . . . 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Richmond, Virginia lflzwzizzg Dii'i.vi0n Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society lfuw.-mn 'liHONl.'XS I-I.-WNES Riehmoncl, Virginia l'lUI'l'lIO0II Dirisirnz Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society Advertising Klanager The Legendg Stall Representative First Year Class, lllorning Divisiong See.-Treas. Fresh- man Class, Rlorning Divisiong U. of R. Nomnx J.-xNi2'1' HCJIPHEIBIER Richmond, Virginia Forenoon IJi7'iSi0ll Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society Ex Sullins Collegeg Newcomb College. Q K v.X" Zyl R-Q! 5 lil 4 , tv l xl lg, M all 154 jd ill M ill 2 fl ll M MILD ig, ,la I ,. u :iety imll ll W lass. 1 l 1 L ' all U ssh- iR. in V g. U 1 v A l fl lily lt! e. lv' 1,- ill itil M, lil lliln , V ivgfl 'YH ll , v ffm- .. l 16,1115 .--ff V. , . .. Q. .4 n ,. ,Y i ' Y :H i J LH ldv P. ,i l fr I . . .Q .. l 1 v 1 a . - A l I , , - 11 Q 1 Q.. ..,., 'lair' ll..? i '5" MW- M-M M .. . gs., LV' lf? all if lil lj 5' R Q3 5, LE! Ml I. MORRIS HORD Ei Richmond, Virginia Vi, Forenoon Dzvzszon Q Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society, Q Sigma Epsilon Literary Fraternity. to ' EX William and Maryfg Historian iiiii 7 First Year Class. U .. l ' I v l 5 V 'XJ 3 ROBERT L. KIRBY, IR. fa Independence, Va., V , ,-1 E3 W V V V V ig , Q v GEORGE RYLAND HUDGIINS " l v Richmond, Virginia Evening Difvision .. lm R4 sa .4 I. MANN LITZ Bluefield, Virginia Forenoon Division .. . . li, R, Sigma Nu Phi Q' Ex Bluefield College O 1325 5 We ,gs g la? jTf1jfigjg1j'fj 'pffgf R' v i e sxiflfiafliii 5? A "-f,- f Hzlndfgd Elefvfll page Four 1 1 1 1. 11N 1111 1. -1 11 I 1116 21,-1' ff r 1,. 1 1521521 '- N1 V5 '11 . 5 I. :Rfb 11 :Mi ilglvjrg 1. 1.5.141- VJ1' ,HQLQ1 1 1 111 11 , .. 1., 1 Q 1 1 E P. ii, 1' J 11 ' 1 M 1 11 -1 1 ,waqg 1 fo ',, . 1. 1 11 11 I 1 . V1 ,1 1 1. , N 11 . fs 1. 1 H 11 V15 1t1'1 1 .5 ,. 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ASHTON P.1xT'r13RsoN Class Senator. 192-1-25. , " A ' ' 5' 41.i'1'M' tK'3""1!fvf . 4 'fi mA LLKL V , ,, ......--, 1? 1,5 .11 QP! 11 1515 1 1 1 1 1 ' V11 11 H., 1 3 I 1' . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 z I 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 1.1 . 1.1 - 1111 1 1 1 1191 11 1 1 Ex., ll 1 1 1 11 1. 11 1? 1 gg 15 . 1- -V 1. ,. x 11. X - ' .Q XXL' x ' 11 , V - . 1-14. ref Q' J HS- 4.'T4V:N-ijT:i A I Page Four Hundr ed Tfccelfzfe X J -'-fy Ex il 'fifliji I X QI. ,vi l " If-"'rE'M"""f" "'M YB 1 V V li "Il .. EV Qv iii ' ni I WESLEY J. PIERCE 5 Richmond, Virginia My V Forenoon Division Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society V DAVIS TYREE RATCLIFF l A I n 'I I Richmond, Virginia r . ' I l Forenoon Difvision y Kappa Sigma, Omricon Delta Kappa " B. S. University of Richmond 1924, 5 Ph X. J' ' EMMA COLEMAN REDD X , Ashland, Virginia Forenoon Division N. Yi F I 04 -4 S Eg 'ell ,li 1 fm? 5' 'Lf u II V U Iv II Vk136PQ'Q.fw' I 'B Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society Ex Randolph lVIacon Womans' College DAVID S. ROBINSON Palls, Virginia Forenoon Difvision Kappa Sigma Richmond College, Ex 19245 Fresh- man Baseball l922g Varsity Baseball Squad 1923. 'ff Ya. l , ' if 'T 'Q I gm-, iff ,km IT' I jw ' Ev "J ig-' I- fi- V' I 5, ,nr 73.1 I iv- vf ,V 'xv' ,xl it., VI. I IQ' -1. l .. I I If 1 f-If ' uf E2 Ai if ' "WJ III' ., H ,. .VJ ,U .AI I' , Q 41' z I w . 3 fr km: I if slzif' Warm. 'lg 53 LSKAVTI I-5' I ,N il" Q' III I -- 1, ai 'I ,Ri , N " 9, , Page Fgllr Hundred Thirteen I vu 0 y eng im A55 E25 ,iii ,gin rw' ' 2 itil Iggi' its TU ,lor , tr: M , , . 'g,1ggL.:..ii.1'i,. I 'f 1 ,lik en -Pl Ks .iw .W v .- .NKY7 1 ,. a4:,...'v9?.,'.w6.. 1 A-L' 4.76141 1-12' M Va i'Zv.'.Q..t-'wg aivl.-Qglv-'.? f ' " E1 Ii .. A , -f il ifwgf il- ii-- 1 . ? vfmqg EVP ,kgflhi-5 ! " iissii v me A .-5 :iljifgl V l Q ' :N 34 ' x Mf'lfi5 4 Qliliif, , l u' ' li I E-Xlj Il . will 1 V 5 PRED A. ROSQHER il Y'-:QA E i iltifdxgk , . . . V lgggfgfg Richmond, Virginia .. ' lif5qZ1.g'r V . illvx'if"v . - . . . Ewnzng IJITIXIOII llggfl .V ii r u. ll'Nl,'?:l :N iii if f.. xg? VP EHQLQE X , ,Ur , . ri V l lg.-sg R. HUGH RUDD " MH , ., , . ,, Richmond, X lfglfllil V V ii,-if l . . . . . ll l1'Z'l'lI1N-Q DI7'l.YI0ll v M mf fx Q .. H . ' , . , . lax Richmond Lollege A .. ., i ' , Q: 1' . i K l i 'S I " an Ei Y . Q V XVALTER LEE RUSH Clintwoonl, Virginia Ewfning Division fl - ..l . l s wma .vb i ,X I A 1 . 1 Y i 'Vi . V LV I l .E .. E v a CLINTON H. SHEPP.-XRD V' 5 1 lf il . ,. . . " 5 Richmond, X IFQIIHZI . I if IPOVUIIOON Dl1'I.YIOII Z , f , v Mgjg Phi Ixappa Alphag Delta Theta Phlg Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society., j.. I - P President Freshman Class. iv lfffl R' P 1' 'U i 423543 ai' V- l wig Nl ea w ,X :gr .isnt - . P P. ,W have is Page Four Hundred Fourteen 1 Y 1 i i 'lf'-vu. I , ' T' A V ilayldf Y? gi ,.--,g,1.L4,gL,,5.i"1.:g,, .,'. ., , . , -1 3 fV'jiTjQ'Qv ,Nr ru f v QI -Ky' i'RgLxxxx,gg,1 '5...lmX Rau r ,. i I 1 n , Qs gi rar f i i , ral Q-ffxifg Xl u, I .. 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Page Four Hundred Sixteen Nololesse Qblige llflen of vision, lo! the dawning Of a brighter, fairer morn Lies beyond our brief horizong There our greatest hopes are born. Shall we falter when, by treading Swiftly on life's upward way, VVe can lead our brothers higher Toward the land of perfect day? True, we have a noble birthrightg Let us use it nobly, then- Live our lives for God and others, Faithful friends to fellow-men. We are blessed beyond reserving, Many' gifts can we count o'erg Uurs to use, and not to hoard them, Nor t' increase our golden store. Uurs the duty, ours the honor, To press on toward nobler things: May we taste the joy and pleasure Lofty action ever brings! -Riclzmond College rlIl'SJ'l'llQI'7'. 9 , 3 .- rx in V V, V g. as 1 .35 v .31 ff. iw t 5 if i ft 5 5 Elf ,.,,, 'W-""' ,nfl-9 . 5 2-J fi fc. 1 --usf.6-h'5w.s5 is J.. Lg, 1 M 1 M P 1 71-- , ,i 1 .Kb in .- g .. 5 1 .. I E91 Q 9 his Q ul l u - n Y 5 E 1 F ,p on a -4 B4 its 13, ,-4 'il 1.4 .gr .:' it Q ra 2 1 n . 1 L li 9 1 pf fi , 5572 :U 1 X School of Business Administration lgFHdd 1 x l 4' . p .H+ V17 15 'X I 'S YK 4 Q 5 4 F it X ' .." 4' ,g,g,:4LQ.:, 1fL"""'T Va ' d :g,3,L74..i1.:.gg4.x.'1 wk wfw' gf 1' : TX . 1 Bl I L ,-mgffrgvgff Msg ffglj gjggvgffg :I 5 3 2. i ,C :SWL-kg -JA: Z-Mgt . . -1,-. vw 4 vqrk .W Urrg NA,,,,A,, YA- aww- '--- - 4'-1 """i-QQQ Ep ,Eff 2 fl .r "Ji 11 1 4 Wgilll A .sffifif iii"-Tll N School of Business Administration I if 'Liu y Q35 OFFICERS AND HISTORY . an , Qglfifllf iw? Louis Humphries . . ' ' Presldent A i ,-, , , 5. . . ,1,., Ni :Mi l5i9.?13g John Powell .. . . lice-Presidenf l r Willlam Wilkins Serretary John J Ambler Tr easurer G S Goode H ISf07'lfl7l Morton llieyer Student Senate V G B Ambler ,, The Evening School of Business Admlnistratlon w as formalls opened ln September 1924 Being the first class in this new department it is someu hat difficult to write a history of the class We can only look into the future and forecast if possible what the future holds in store for us As we look on the commercial world we see the results of '1 sound business train ing, and to use a correspondence school ev r p esslon ue are making ourselves fit for the Job At this stage of the process, we find a beautiful new Well equipped building a helpful, intelligent faculty and a librarx that abounds ln Xolumes of lan 'ls well as good fellowship if not in books on commercial I Ar iggji lik ' ll V :J wifes ' ' .. -- 1 - 5 1 xl'-' il -Lflf' .5 Riff - - 'y',1P'12 . . . 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Y , ai, V ,,,,-, ,, .. is 'V 4.i,.fzfTfXH- lzxrbfxwfiiit LWB H, V-.iK:J3. :Z . , sxi l V - K 1 i L i K We prophesy that the School g QV , fm t at its growth will be reflected in the busin l f ess 1 e of the South a land xx here industrial activity has made rapid strides in the last d of Business Administration xx ill r d h ecade a-rfvlvfvzvtxv 5777i ,ow wr- 'ms Lx,x.'s,1bxLiA1c4QXi'tAq'i-ANL Page Four Hundred Eighteen F . If 'wi VV Hi n 5 5 5 Y 6 5 E5 I U V 1 gi 0. -4 . ur 1- ts u lu ,.. Q w iw! l l.-fi I... l 1 i,,Q ! 1 51 lbs U abil i y 1 . lisa: :. "5 -l I . Hg 3 MSR? Qui I I I I I IV CI 4I ,II JI -'I . I snienf 1 widen! 'ffllf-1' ' It ..I Sllfn' ' " "I 9711111 - I I .-Ii 'nate ' I nber ' rite ', ble, E. I g un- N- I for V , 3 V, as qs Int Q Ial IV' laf I I I 'I 's .I ' I V I I, i.i5jI1 I.. :QENi'Py'D fivymfl-.1-3 I WWWM. . ,A, 131 A- .if fl? is V -'Me "--Ah -I -I ---5Av h.h.--g::: V O Q ' Q G. BARBOUR AMBLER V s Richmond, 'Virginia Y 'Business Administration O It Delta Theta Phig Student Senateg N LL. B. University of Va. V Xj I QQ JOHN JACQUELIN AMBLER Q Richmond, Virginia QQ Business Administration ' V no il Q an QL an -J In I I 1 45 if I V I I V: ll V, vL I i Sigma Chi 5 Class Treasurer. GRAHAM S. GooDE Moseley, Virginia Business Administration S S S Club LoU1s HUMPHRIES Richmond, Virginia Business Administration Pres. Freshman Classg Staff ArtiSt Legendg Collegian Correspondent- , if? .4115 gag. M ISI I'--I .vc I fs, If I IIx,. I ii: QIJQ IIEHI II.:iilII 'wJ ll:-TI, IIHLIIQ .g.,I.I Iluyp II., IIi:.I, II PI ENAI IILQI IQ-I! IM I -P-II' I g.f'wI . IEEII I 'I Ibm I,'g,3I l.Ng4I' , II-We IETQII Ilyi- ,fi ,Iris :ali Iwi Wi IQEIII II55II IlfI ,EAI IZSII I-xi. V1 IIJI ELIII H: E-Qiai I iI I 'f 'I I"fII .GEM W I1 li-fiII 'Lf II LII I 117. 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'Powizu Lennig, Virginia I3l1.fil1l'S5 4JIlIllilIiSfI'I1fi0lI Kappa Psig Vice Pres., and Annua L 1 NViLL1.'xx1 VVILKINS Richmond, Virginia p B11.vi11f.v.v J I1lI1iIIiSfl'IIfiO Il A V V already walks to-morrow',-Sdlilleri V V p V. ,af2ni:Za.fvAi5451P41,Y -A W---..N..Q-,,,,iEL U v t f U Y . f .Y 1 . V kd Qwntx Quxgxaxdtft, A I V W MMV-W-v--M-,,,,,,........,,V Av,,,.,.- X! 5 X -4 YL H -3 n Xi 'a XJ '55 I 1. .ij Qt, 5,1 3 -Q. ual v-ff --w L J' W EE B -1-f-. HV,-,.. .. """""""""" H'--'W - ---N--' --W -- - ' ' - x .4-.1.v,w.zf.-,v.1.qvf7Nx1-.-' -.- .M , . .. ...., " " 'WW .,,..,.,, Y . W, fff. .:..,."4J.-f'f4S2.:: , ?xWhfffF-Y-xn.,.. QA. Lu X. ' W' ' 'rf w M '--W-'N-M1-------V -V--M Q ' E 5 1Q n", u i 1 i n W U 1' all H sa ra E' 3 Fi o . 1 1 H U .L 'u 05151612 9 , . : 5 I , 1 E1 Y 5 Q a Q ig 2 3: Qs 5 i l R s 3 HS lxgg Hi' Q , I w 1 1 ity 2 ix, A lin .vw P1196 Four Il drcd T ent? 'mf' ! 3 4 , a I A gf . ,ff 1 I 1 i u 1 as as I E J v 1 V c 3 i Q Ed V lk! V ig? s Q Sigma Nu Phi Founded at National University Law School, 1902. ly f ' I E Jefferson Davis Chapter E3 Established at University of Richmond, February 12, 1921. i Colors: Purple and Gold Flower: White Carnation l , v l Publication: The Owl F1 4 Honorary t L. S. Herrink, B. A., LL. B. .lohn R- Saunders, LL- B- FRATERS IN UNIVERSITE lk B. G. Blake J. C. Crump, Jr. R. E. Jones A. M. Phipps 1 gg R. E. Booker E. E. Edmunds E. s. Kay W. L. Rush R. H. Brett L. R. Hall 1. M. Litz H. A. Sexton ,, W. J. Conaty C R. Herrink O. S. Livsie NV. F. Toms M B. W. Crump, Jr. M. M. Hillard F. Luck FRATERS IN URBE l John J. Allen D. E. Fortna Lewis M. Latane W. L. Robinson ' J. N. Bowen, Jr. A. S. Ganzert L. F. Leaman F. B. Rush W. L. Clark Rosser H. Griliin O. E. Lowry, Jr. R. L. Sampson F. W. Colona George Howell R. P. Martin Leslie Van Liew G. A. Feil Jesse M. Johnson D. Mays W. H. Wollfolk U Vick C. VVright " -5 ACTIVE CHAPTERS N Joseph H. Choate ...A . .................... National University Law School Charles E- Hughes ---- .......... G eorgetown University " gy William H. Taft ..... ......... D etroit College of Law . , bi. ' Natlfafl GYCCU-. ----- .. .......... Cumberland University , ,M GaV1H W- Cfalg .... University of Southern California ' .TCHCTSOU D-aV1S -----.--- ............ U niversity of Richmond 1 John Marshall ............ ...... J ohn B. Stetson University ' O11VCf Wendell HOIITICS ---- .... W ashington College of Law .. , U . Champ Clark- -n ---------- .......... S t. Louis University James G' -lesnkms '-"-- ........... M arquette University Richmond Pea-TSOUH ................... Duke University ' , Russell H- COHWCII '--- ..... T emple University School of Law -s 1. Stephen A. Douglas .... . . ....... Loyola University 1' "4 VVilliam Mitchell . i l l ' I Q ' ' 6 ' 5 . '---- .... N oithwestern College of Law I ' so .gj A . 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Delta Theta Ph1 Founded at Baldwin University 1900 JEFFERSON SENATE E Established at University of RlCl'1f1'10Ud 1912 E Colors' Green. and White A Publication The Paper Book F RATERS IN FACULTATE Jas H Barnett B S LL B , ' . T ustin Moore B A. LL B J Randolph Tucker B A LL Q W G. Barker - E R Chesterman r ' 3 J C Clark w M R Q Doubles . F. Ferneyhough J V l E I an E J .K i E. S. Anderson , ral W. C. Anderson Richard Beale y F. B. Beazley W. W. Beverly 1 r Q -gl A. Brook v - V5 ig Sherlock Bronson W. H. Cardwell JL R. chapai, Jr. G. L. Chumbiey - l T a ,l 5 Mfg 'Q G. G. Clark E. S. Desportes C. M. Dozier R , ,..' If Ei B. Dunford lf: ,fl T A 'i 'M FRATERS IN UNIVERSITE W H Gray W M Huntley W M King F P Parsley S. A. Patterson FRATERS IN URBE I. F.. Dunford J. B. Duvall R. Duvall, Jr. H. H. Edwards Andrew Ellis ' V V. Gary Herbert Harris - B. Hazelgrove S. J. Hilton A. D'.. Livesay F. G. Louthan B. W. Mahon H. S. Mann J. P. McCarty J G Sadler C H Sheppard D G Tyler J J C Williams H. A. 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Soon we'll be leaving thy loved halls behind us, Torn from the breast that has nourished'us longg But vve'll bring back to thee glory and honor, t Praisin th name With continuous song. g Y Richmond, Alma Zlflczter. Richmond Colley? fwel-'MW' . ... . ... ., . .... .... ..... - A j"'vx5vA?vx3v'.mt3vnn3v:gfw:-sr.v:wxw xwwWKFngf5x, QAuammmm,mEtg. 5:::f:g,.,- ' 4.31, - ,. ' vi, 3: 'mf 'f " "WA-.-e' 24 V - ....,..-a""1qiT5if7l3f"""""'M' Page F0 uf H 11 nd red T'lfU6'711J' -fe Ven n an v ,. 1 1 i l I . V. l lv fllbe ll . 'l P4 l- . g -4 A 9 3 lf . H l if ' . M Q . . if 5' j 4? State Bar Club . Q, to s W.A.Th0mhi11, Jr. ----- Pmidffflf 4 V E' Q James Hart ...... ..... I fice-President A -- 1 Q Z. Johnson. ..... Secretary-Treasurer Q ' ' Y . , MEMBERS r 1 l x t ,I ' I Atwill, F. H. Duggins, Hobart Ratliff, S. C. . Bowles, S. H. Edwards, H. H. A Sexton, H. A. 5 .. Burkhardt,.Geor'ge Hart, James D. Selph, O. M. Conaty, W. J. - Johnson, Z. Thornhill, W. A., Jr. D g vt ' M . gil Doubles, M. R. 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Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Nlartinsville, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Bowling Green, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Greensboro, North Carolina iff ,w A i l ,H Q3 '- Ed . 4 K5 Fd 1. ,. i J B i F5 U K x ti H I.. V54 F3 F3 F3 kr .w 1 i ,ES IFS .- .4 X z f n v fm la I 5 , . , . 4:5 ,.. lv' gh! . E3 55.3 1 E3 7 i . Fl' 1 ,J M 'Q if ag, ga 1 - . "Q 5 554 4 E A 'S 33 lsfif 'T Page Four Hundred Thirty-,Hfve 1 z la: .gr 5 1 i I 1935 wah A t 5 :jf--123?jfiFf::i:f'A'7i'f?:'?r:?f75f 'TQQCWATN 'f'fm53Q?Qf A - riff izridji-r:..r ii-1 .'.j,..,,"!-4112 flsliiif if-21 .."4ifK'i2h... ,,f,1giLig,-.,,,i1'.-.Zilla ...jg fl... J,.lL..7.L.f'.fi . l...1T4if..-. ll - ----li--E --"- W--me--t""""""""'"' "" "'w"""n'v' "iM""""i V Morrissett E J Richmondfvirginia . , . , . . . . . . Moss, Charles R. . Beaver Dam, Virginia Moss, G. E. . . . Monds, Alvah B. . Mathieu, L. M. . E31 FH' yi . Negus, Sidney S. . I i Nuttye, Chas. A. . f Parsley, T. R. . V Partridge, M. F. . 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"" :-ibSfFSL:.b"'lT,i'.5w 1, -1 'Y 1 - .,.,..t .,, . mix- nf? .,, JOHN JOHNSON "I hope it may not be thought inappropriate for me to mention here the forty-three years of faithful service of our colored janitor, John Johnson, Who has been in the employ of Richmond College longer than any other person now living."-From the twenty-ninth annual report of Dr. 17. W. Boatwriglzt, President of the University 0fRiclznzon11. "When the President of a University of learning steadily increasing in value, remembers a colored servitor in such words as these, there is no danger that mounting figures of progress will alter the spirit of the institution."-Richmond Times Dispatch, June 15, 1924. .x.- '- Page Four Hundred Thirty-5 1215, ES' ..l 1. - 4 V 2511 git sill igjlf cf - ri, Ui Z5 Ejil . .-, 1 1 rl E341 UI ,x,4Y v' 153 itil Mi XS' ,555 lE3l1 le M iw gviug - 'L 'wifi' xx! 1-je, i .sf Ji' I unl- 571.1 'Lg I irigl , , ffihf gvrrii .jj .YQ 5 Bflfffl .V ff, X . 1 ,ip kxfj ,. .Ag 5 1, FW! 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We then turned to reorganization and under lyliss Emily Brown's farsighted guid- ance we emerged one in purpose, in place of the divided aims of the past. We set forth with new interest in our dramatic endeavors. The first plays, after this change, to be presented were Lady Gregory's "The Rising of the Moonf' directed by Susie Blair, and Louise Saunder's "The Knave of Hearts," under the direction of George Freedley. The plays proved excellent for the development of new material. We next attempted Wilde's "The Importance of Being Ernest", that paradoxical satire on satires. "Twelfth Night" was produced out-of- doors and concluded a highly successful year in dramatics under the brilliant direction of Miss Brown. The present session of 1924-25 was opened dramatically by a bill of one-act plays in the Fall Term. Charles McDaniel directed Rostand's "The Romancersn and Shaw's "Overruled" was produced by Cabell Phillips, our president. These were highly praised by a large audience gathered in the Red Cross House. The players conducted the revival of "Fashion", presented by the Senior Classes, at the Academy of Music. Competent critics have adjusted this our most successful effort in the annals of our dramatic history, which was made possible by the remarkable direction of Miss Emily Brown, and the admirable handling of the artistic efforts in this as in all our plays by Marion Marsh and Moyer Mahaney. Gur next presentations will be before the Student Government Associations of This sparkling comedy will be followed by an experimental middle of April, including possibly some of the work of our A costume play out of doors will be as usual our offering in to forcast, we hope this to be our finest year in dramatics. ours, we feel that the majority of it is due to the presence of our delicious and inimitable director, Miss Emily Brown. the colleges in March. bill of one-ace plays the own college dramatists. June. While too early Whatever praise may be GEORGE R. FREEDLEY, Secretary. V HS? A 1':5t-54-"':'.A,l'v'. ' 72A.!5sl.,.Y!iL'? ,f...i." gka. ,951 ' i T Page Four Hznzdredlorly one Page Four Hundred Forty-tfwo QQ. -:ws QQ. 1, Wi: ww!! 43:4 fl-5: 1xf.f, N . Q 3255-i My iii? zijn 15325 IE!!! iw W1 25, if is kin U11 Mi fd? M if fwlf ix 4 1 Ji M 45491 i,L?'? 'kilt T3-511 P 4? QQJQ' -i ,, X 2 SA Q5 ,f N 31 'WS 1: p . ,.: .,, 1 1 M, HJ ,Q gp Qi rag I W2 Af EI I -s' .. 1 i 1 ,v. .Q Hn 5: i 53? 5 f f 1-, 1, xj' if :fi Na xl L,,, . -,. . E l 4 1 ,!, i i I V , V 5 V CTM? 1925 VVEB ?:F'?-v5LTT'fv Afh' iw:-ra'-rfAfrQ-A-i . lfvA f:qrifv Q 7ir'5f-, w l 15T'5f:'mf5:'?f"Ni' N" " ' ':'t"'TT :"'i Q'- 5 ' 9' 1 ':E+535' V1 i2 T' 9 F Q v V Q 1 V .. V sy lv Q 'I V Q .Q Q V I. 5 V . Q' 'v .ul Q 'on .Q .. V 1 .- on V . ,V Q v " v Q if Q i Q v QQ Q Ox Q .Q Q QL QD C Q Q5 ' H V sn u V , ll ' I no ' V , .,N In V 'V c. fu . - A . n n ' - ' E E E E E E r Q . X. K 11ll'YPAT7l7S 1.5773 il EE N N 4 E E N Q! Q! J! Q! ll X I il gl it if 5 T x 'Tk e e A .Advertisements 3 I 3 A I 1 I L S J 59 1 f' 1 e S .H ,A ffi , EJ I F trim .M- .- il l '51-3 . . .,' to 1 fx ' M Z- . -1 2 2 225: 3 sf? or gl, il? : T23 t5 U it ii Ny .,, 2-of V .V 4. V Q. Q ,, V Pr V . uw 5 .rf 1. Sy 5. . iq 3 545 5 lu' vw -F i l I.,i?1l .tug A .1 2 1,9 51,114 in 55713 Ji :Z ii f Pl l lv' ,ff aw-Q nw .X ff, :Ml 1- r 1,5 ..-1 all l V, V- , 5 I. ,"::,. , 4.1-. -.. ...um xg s 1 4 X X Q. 1 - iJ.f.,1.-iits:ff':is,... CAN YOU E JOY APIPEP W O i J' IE! 1 !'v IVV. Moxlegf says he couldnt until he found this tobacco ,Q 9 S .. HERE are Smokers of tobacco in take into consideration that heretofore I had Vi other forms who look with envious been unable to smoke a pipe on account of the l sickening sensation I had afterward, but that I 3 eyes on the contented and com- . Q". . 0 IS gone forever and I for one am truly glad to V fortable P1Pe'PuHer' be able to get the one good smoke, " Edge- 5 n U 71 Nl For there is an obvious peacefulness worth- about pipe-Smoking that rests the nerves Give my regards to Mr. Joe Rivers and Mr. N d 'nv't th so l t calm and leasant James Edmund' V an 1 ie? e U 0 P tsignedy AL J. MOXLEY. QV contem ations. I" MU? f d k ' CWe infer from the last ilv l I 10910 Ssmo, e paragraph of Mr. Moxley's I " Elpens Wit hun Lute Sans' letter that the good lodge- actlfm' Ot er :I Qusan S try brothers Rivers and Edmund a PWC' get t elf tongues are credited with giving him V burned, find the draught too . . 0 the real inside stuff on Edge- . , strong, .or have some other IV , , worth. Our acknowledg- 5 4 unhappy experience that dis- ments to them D 5 V' courages them. ' Q " u u l Let us send you free sam- Our business, in .a word is ples of Edgeworth so that to make Plpefsmoklng Pleas' you may prove out all the E f am and enloyable .to any virtues that its smokers 5 . man that fanfnes this mode claim for it. If you like it, Ofitobacco mcuferatlon' We so much the better for us strive to do this by provid- both. If you donit-Well, mg a tobacco that doesn't that-S that, . , , .. time fe tongge' dis? t Smoke VVrite your name and ad- V its Sforgg' Oesn eave an dress to Larus Sz Brother 2 a Cf as e' Company, Dept. R., Rich- But we'll let Mr. Moxley mond, Va. tell. lt' Here IS what he Edgeworth is sold in vari- Writes: St Louis MO ous sizes to suit the needs Laws 8, Bm' CO5 March 10: 19221. and means of all purchasers. Both Edge- f Rlchmfmdf Va-1 worth Plug Slice and Ready-Rubbed are Gentlemen: packed in small, pocket-size packages, in lvl Please allow me to say a word of praise for handsome h m-d h ld. ", "Edgeworth," Last fall I thought I would i u I Ors 0 mg a Pound' and try again to Smoke a pipe-so I bought a pipe also in several handy in-between sizes. 5 ,Z and a can of " Edgeworth " and can say very , its, gladly that so far I have not had any sore Vvell be grateful for the name and tongue nor do I feel any "after-taste" from address of your tobacco dealer, too: if smoking. This is more important when you yOU Care to add them. 1 1, f A ' ' . Pf 3914 Page Four Hundred Forty-six 5 . J .if 1255 ' i f vxiI ft? .'zw' 'fyff if' 15 big CIM A. Txf TEST, I i I". ' I 5 HI IH? Z n 4. ti IH! FH IMA EH EQ I 4 B.. lk Ie. M H few ,...g MSI v If W SSI M HH ' I I I iii "X I N" IVV Sf .. H77 W 5 ' v I r n A I I fo To 3 fi? Q! As - 1. nu 5 QI S Q Q. -. 5 .. V A. V on N Eg 5 Y I no gl, -E. f T I If If' ' I f'- iff? ,HIE -.------i....,- , W-..-....,.,,.., .,,.. , Jfhvww-win-Pqlfrq 4.IL::,T: :WSVWR ' - , I ,I A, I 4 I v 'Q ' ,' I"""""'W '--- M '- A " - L4 , A 'TT -A-Q----111 A 1 jx! I YOU MAY BE T T55 A HE PRESIDENT OF THE I5 CLASS OF '25 af . IEE Bu! where wzll you oe zn the Class of '5659 5 J THIS CHART OF LIFE WILL TELL YoU FE? I WHAT TO EXPECT 955 Aje 35 Q ltdj X0-f7izaac12z! Saccess-as ' The A-98 65 5 f0'COZf-Offdbg ffxeaf f-Offuacfe f' Bibi , Z-4 ' wdfflkj ic-ive 4' ' .92 '5 -wa,.4,,,y 45 '0l3a6!ea' or -. 0epe4q'efgf I ' 44 ,L .fe 2 V f X' 'OAS I - 049 foo sgeztfih, F QAWX 46 25 es A , C7455 oc 56' 2 35 21332242253 A 73 2' A 8 4- faf5 ' !0jear5 ezzck. N Eg f -E, 4-5 9 I . JR r 64 Lfvlhj .4604 Aff 45 QAWX. 'sjgd X2 .55 -2? I I' Bled je . 3 " 9001 Clicumsfafzceg i5 '0f3-254-'af Orcfepeadeaf 6,5-' W0fAlkj 84 X' gl ci ' .3 - f7lved 2,3 '01l9a6!eq' 42-: l4f07'zelk-7 7.3 I You can be one of the fortunate foe in the class of '50 We have the key. Do you fwanz' it? I DAVIS 81 BUTTERWORTH 604 MUTUAL BUILDING RICHMOND, VIRGINIA iff X Page Four Hundred Forty-Jefven X! .sf EI ,U I I 1 I ' F.-A' U, my sz 25 iz--x it 2 A-'iii i 'dilj if Ffh if JP L 'fs i iff. f" Q, 1 'N In-Lili 'i.1'3 -if-w' ' Q, A, - .1 1- i kj' , K if Q! V, fi Q Xf l fe: f . 1 , a. nav M . ,L . Q 4 I 4 ii' N2 5 E EE 4 ,1 pl. KU- l 1 MEDICAL COLLEG1-L OF i Q YL 445147111 1 22 E m U b-4 CU P-4 Z fn 4 EDP-4 QPU ECU Er-1 'cs 2 : :Z my 3" :Q DP 7 ir! P CT -4 DENTISTRY NURSING -- ' I .. i . v i New Builalihgy, IIXCH Equffvfned l,1Ibm'11f0r1c.s' Q Under the Directzon of P ull-I 11116. ' C 0mjJeZe11i Tefzzffzery a I 9 i , at u gi i The Memorial Hospital, Dooley Hospital, bt. Philips Hospital Eg are owned and controlled by the Kledical College of Virginia, EQ and offer every facility for thorough Clinical Teaching. Staffs if composed of the faculty of the college. Additional Clinical l Facilities are offered through other Institutions in Richmond. 3 34 i C1 For full informalion and mtuluy, ig addrz'.v.v ' , 6 I ia Q L sl '?' FU O G DP CT T' LTI j-4 C0 G5 'E l 4v1.v zvcgvrr ? E M i 1 1 i 1 A t i - l y TWELFTH AND CLAY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA fi f S.igesc:aw.f-..'w'i'i,s.fQ-.Meiw.."Ti1.-,.4g' 'A t x TW .A fra 1, . V ,-.-f--""'-'J' Aulgfr.4:,vZa.:af?4L:,r24:r2A:144s.:f2a,:f"1:ks,: '- X if if Wx? 4 .. , , y IVV: K ,i'..::::.-:i-,,:i7:gi- 77::f::1i::::z:'- -V--M-H --.-.. . " 7 ' - ' Page Four Hundred Forty-eight V i YN Yktrgi . V11 if I Q51 V"""'N- 15 1 gis- lil 152 xf IA 1-1-iii? .M-fd. ,. I'm,4'59f l ul Ml UI Q, 1 B u '41 gl l 1 , Ill H 'll :1 .. ,. H1 l il ,. 3, ll lil 1:5 gl ls, ll 14 Ein lan il G ll 0 ll? 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Supplies 599 Machinery 7th and Bainbridge Streets Richmondy Virginia :oc Distributors and Jobberr of H i g h G r a d e M a c h i n e r y and Supplies for Mills, Machine Shops, Power and Woodxiforking Plants, Contractors, Schools and Colleges Phone Madison 1160 Page Four Hundred Forty-nine qw, 101,25 mars , r ,,N , A V-- ff ,,A , H ,g, I A 4 3-fs -1 ,, PP F QQ S 'g i X' E - 1 gf E' 0 4"J CG f I , sf' 1' A '9 ,Nik . 115 Eng! Mnfn Street ' M .LQXF i ,N RICHMOND, F A iff 5 3" ' VA. af I 42 1 " 1 K ' LL N ' L 2 Q V ' ' 4 , J HUNTER al COMPANY., INC. 5 Y - BRO.-XD S'l'Rlili'l' .-vr I"ms'r ' Ei Sz'az'i011ery - P:l2Q'l'II'Z'1,ll,Q' -- lJ1'1'11f1'l1H A A E! YA SCHOOL SUPP1,11cs 1 ..4 y., Fozmtaivz Pens, E'Z'L?I'.S'lIIIl'f7 PL'lII'jl.f ' FOUNTAIN PEN RICPAIRIXG A Sl'liL'lAL'l'Y F 3 'ET 1, .f . .. '1 GRUBBS-NELSQN CO. IN , C. ..' IMPORTERS AND X!'HOI.l?S.-XI.IiRS IN on 9 3 5 FANCY GROCERIES 5 5 F I Sole Owners of CELEBRATICD RIONOGRAKI BRAND 1 V 77 Varieties , 17TH AND DOCK STREETS E A. .. 33 :: Rlcuxmxn. Ymmxl.-x A Q xv F gr-K'v1"I'7'wi-SQ-Q-gAA'X '"-.,-T' "'-?'m"Y'f'f A A - -- - .AAA , A-M""""'f"4k V 5 P ffixvm "'f""WV"K'Y'f'fYA . A , A . Q . ':f 'QA Page Four Hundred Fifty N-'hM"""' N V' M ' E I ,-, 1. , I . 1 I i l I f i 1 I I l xr. .- as "Elias fibers' 2- w ef-f as I 1925 WEB al' 2 ,g-":rffe-- ,1, . . , . M I ig M5 .-f., il! 'Q I' 55 lv .. I Compliments of l E14 1 ,, ' I i QV BEN J. T. CRUMP CoMPANY flneorporatedj ff 5' mg yi RICHMGND, VIRGINIA ,jf I ff 1875- 1925 - t til .. vi it .. lm QQ U U s u I lg ,E I IE- I l Ig? H ii I5 l . EE lg sf! 55 it? bfi E354 g .z fl v 1-v4"'N af Q, ji :I 5 IIIS of Harness and Saddlery Goods E H -- I Automobile Trimmings i H V V Wholesale Distributors ,igu vi of ,I Q Automotive Supplies Automotive Bodies If-flag Automobile Trimming Materials and Supplies Q' sf f lg? li ig? .. 5 ,LL is E D 5' Em 2-hifi I itil if "Established Policies and Unquestioned Business Integrity I lwijuff v .s , 4 fb' 1, ' .. 4: " :vi 1 I sais, xr ltd-I 1 V , I I i , I ' .n H I ' I . f' Ng I 1: 5,1 ' 5' l ,I,,,,.,i-...,. W.-.r.4--,---,W---W--Y--M I'1"':7.,g Lil' fr, A all y'9""f""-r'-"'-rim I--' if-W-Mg'""i7.'.g,I'Ii:i::s::':.'i'TIC Q-II T-"T."-21177271 4 'rv ,-1rf.r:vfg:1'.arFif?P7'e-YYf'ffs'f'ff 1 ' 1,1 A7 ' I 1. I ,. IVX -Wx . -'xr-5, twrg , 'f . 'v ,mas rsufi. Q'-mf!-S-'-, g ,IRT L ,,. . 4 - iw- 4- I' -,.,:".,, -I w 4- - :Sj'4:'529J'l"-'13, '-JL l "Z""'-::fQ'l'5'2-lli5':lli?l' .1lM..E1i:rf'?i?2f:7'::"F:iLi'.' """'7'l 3' A ill "'m"'I"s"I'I"""'I"""'I"""'""'II""'I"' Page Fan H nd:-ed Fifty-one X V if' 2 X U 3 at 22.4.1 fr The UNIVERSITY includes: 1. RICHNIOND COLLEGE, a Standard College for youn.g.men, offering the degrees of B.A., B.S., l3.S. in Business !xlllTlllllSU'Il- ' tion and M.A.g also two years pre-medical, pre-engineering and di' pre-law work. . l 2. WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE, a Standard College for young women, oliering the degrees of l3.A., ll.S. and KLA. cf 3. THE T. C. VVILLIARIS SCHOUL Ol" LAXV, for men and A , women, offering the degree of LLB. upon the completion of three years in the lX'Iorning Division of four years in the Evening Division of the School. ll 4. THE SUNIIVIER SCHOOL, for men and women, ,lune l5- - ' July 27. This School offers regular college courses and credits 4 jg to students and teachers, especially to pre-medical students. - - 'Q-fl The University of Richmond credits are accepted at face value 5,1 by the best graduate schools in America. Apply early. Every dormitory room is taken long before the session opens, September l5. , l :fu A All departments of the University require fifteen units for en- ' trance as candidate for degree. The Law School requires in addition ' two years of college work. Each college or school publishes its own catalog. For catalog of Westhampton College, or for room reserva- " 5095, address Dean llflay L. Keller. For Richmond College and 1 r Summer School catalogues and room reservations, address Dean W. L. Prince. For Law catalogs, address Secretary Jas. H. Barnett. Jr. The post olilice is University of Richmond, Va. F. W. BOATWRIGHT, Pr-esidefzf. 1 Y , .- ,fl Page Four Hundred Fifty-tfwo E. 2 lf Ly .f v l THE JEFFERSGN 2,4 'v ll' .. J I O- F. WEISIGER, .Manager iff! . lyiklgtf X541 Th e M ' - it-fi 05tlM4l.9mJqcentHozfe,lzn the South If-2.4 Ss' T H5 European nplan. 400 rooms, 300 baths. Rooms single and en suite, with and without private bath. Turkish and Roman baths. Spacious sample rooms. Large gifif 'sz Convention Hall- EVUY Convenience for the traveling raw A by man' EVCTY comfort for the tourist. RATES - 552.50 AND UPWARDS Q- RICHMOND VIRGINIA 55 ' lf., SOUTHERN .BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY I 1. , -.1 I at f"".' - 'l Y x CGURSES of study include all departments usually found in Theological Seminaries. Tuition Free. Moderate Cost. Session opens September i 19, 1925. Special Features-English Bible courses, devoting 9 hours per Week to careful study under experts in the original language bf Christian Sociology. School of Sunday School Pedagogy. School of Church Elli- ciency. School of Comparative Religion and Missions. Catalog gifvina complete information, sent upon request. Address the Registrar, Norton Hall, Louisville, Ky. E. Y. MULLINS, President Paye Four Hundred Fifty-three W E A ' -' A + 'fe "'?"f'fX 5'53'1TT3RwTE'W ,, ,Lv,,,ff,:g,::f1, .,.,,. E- W , uh V . Q, nf f- t. .. 4JGs.1E.4.l24LvkID 55 5, 1, ,,-A,w,,,1w,,a'1n,.fi'r2.ff'S'g "'l"y:7:1jg53,+ A 'Me-'--sf ui NO' 'Qi Ll.: it Li ,gt i"'Q.',k.'t's:..vLUr ' 'A ' "4 " ' V 1' 953' Ni' W V Y F if n 5 Q 1 . v on on l pa he cover for this annual Ei was created by Q, The DAVID J. 3 2857 N. Western Avenue ff Chicago, Illinois " 2. 5fcry Made " " Cover bears this 5 trade bngglrlfiin the E3 Y E FRATERNITY, COLLEGE AND CLASS gg JEWELRY . Q Commencement Announcements - " ana' Invitations 5 M L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY - Q Nlanufacturing Jewelers and Stationers I Q ATTLEBORO, MASS. ' E ASK ANY COLLEGE GREEK E E L Yi Page Four Hundred Fifi y-four 1 l 3. ' xl, , urn, yi if ,writ ,mi T El vi I Nj llvli vii Qvl I ,.. , 1 n P I Isl I :ti e a. RJ., IBM M1 vb, 4 1 ..l I i I IQ , l ,- g' ., gi , I ..l I 5 Q El u F 1 "s fl F 'tl n i i l l v I ll 1 M H f I E? - 1 i I-I .l I !..i IFN ffifil E Q . ,Mr I I l I 1 S rx X ., .C'? , . i :KW 'J X . 'Elf' w f ugly s, . il: J :X fel ,N . 3 1 on .l an -. I i I l i g I -. I 'V v v- ---QQ -f'-- i?j,?gjZ.TZ.ZZl 'y,'M 5 B 7 '-b' - -EW il T'm"m"" 'f"A' W' Y lg 115, 1 . i K. A TV f I CBI ll? WHER RICHMOND, VA' I ig 1 E -'Q-ggi - f 4 , I lfai - T ' SERVICE . ,egglgl he Hotels for Service W ' 2-1+ ' Q92 COUNTS IEEEEEEEEE - 5 ' VN' '4' C ' . Q43 500 Firep roof Rooms SOO Q l 1 ' ll l"" 5 'UTETQN N -L 'liiiiim r m WELcoME TO ALL . , N .V E ' ' Satzsjied b Serv' lj . f I r I 'wi 5 A , 1 y LC6 ..,f 1 Service Satisfies if I if I E s i.. LL ui 1-T 4- u. a. Q n 4 4 .- 1 -. X , XX! ' -1 on u 5 5 E, E va u W F3 EQ? ts, E' 55 Pi M. F 55,3333 4 :-3 f 1 ggfg'-st , 5' ',3'E1 ,,1. 1 .1 1 . ,E- ni"-'-L fillfg sims , - i ': -'fain cf " . I fi, -' ". ' T 14... T I-'LA i l 3 Cancers Cured at the Kellam Hospital I . - - RN I '-J' - H 4-if f :- I :,f'lJ2'- il ,- A I 2 .Q my .I - -" . " E . - . - --F-' 'if -4 ga A 44.-, ,LI 1 Jl, ,H E ral-Y., EZEI' ,I T ZTE U A-Fri' g .4 1.1 I-Q.. ' 3' ' - n,-' ff r L --,hx fr i! e I ii, QQX, X T .A-aff? lr. N li' if -'Eli 1 Z 5' X l X 2 df 'fri X-L.- f.-.sv f ZH 'l if E4 1 if "El?5i'1-if f 5 ii T Q y 1 ' 1 ' I 1 n- 43, gl 4 , Q , ' 111 I ,fir E , ga , 33 relax" la' 3 pl? i I if lg b HQ! ua Ev :- RICHMOND .. HOTELS, Inc. " W. E. HOCKETT , Managing Director Ed The Kellam Hospital cures Cancers, Tumors, Ulcers, T X-Ray Burns and Chronic Sores Without the use of - I the Knife, X-Ray, Radium, Acids or Serum. Come - and see what we have done and are doing, and if then .. you are not satisfied that We do all We claim, We will ,, pay your railroad fare both Ways. ,, MIN ISTERS TREATED FREE KELLAM HGSPIT AL ., flnforpomredj 1617 WEST MAIN STREET an . so I l X3 t . RICHMOND, VIRGINIA a if Fi' " ei E bd ..... . ...Q ---. - T 4f"Y:?S"W1'5Z'AfL'SFW'- ""G'i5"'ml?""5"'?"'W"'2'5'5""f'FH I 2 fl Il, ' C1g.,xqg,C-ph x.:Lm.A,1:A.x:A.xA. ' ' ' 4, 4li.fgl'.g'.5.:: E or-fgfep. if g T R' Page Four Hundred Fifty-ffve w . v.nv71,-y I itat "THE MEN'S STORE" A few steps from Broad Street out of the high rent section I I - i enables us to sell for less. M CROSIER-MATTHEWS 85 CO., Inc. .15 5135.12 ,gifkgl .,.., .iizfil 'ini-3' gil-is -5 gaze! in-li WHT i l sail :wi 4? 'Pk-451 '-.sv A ipfJi -1.155 - . I . Clothiers, Hatte1's and Furnishers 213 No. SIXTH STREET Next door to Odeon Theatre ALL THE STUDENTS I OF THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND l I l will always receive a Warm welcome at all the services at the SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH FRANKLIN AT ADAMS Sunday School ..., , 9:30 A. NI. Public Worship . . ll A. NI. and 8:00 P. IVI. B. Y. P. U. . . , , , . 7:00 P' RAI. SoLoN B. CoUs1Ns, M iniszfer IEW I Q . gm leer ral F52 H. fry 5 l..i 3 E S U f l lb in 1 i gi I A 3 .A '- un 2 . Q -- i 51+ I l I .4 rv S S I! Q gi Page Four Hundred Fifty-six . s QQ, 'M W' 1.11151-15' 't X3 1 'n. EFA wx-eeyfjgbl 4- 1. 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I 5 llllllllg S 'W 5 Z 5 2 Z 5 W S 5 :O 511-TIIIIII - E ' ummm Sold Over the Entire South Manufactured by Chapin-Sacks Corporation Richmond, Virginia Page Four Hundred Fifty-sefven 1k,.J Ae,- WVL .X .- wi 1 , X .sri , , NW. -fuller fi! my fl elif l :- a L53 Q Q23 Q 5 El A- F 6 4 Q f l . o t , w S l w iw 30 ghd 1 . , , M ,. 1 ll ,El I ,alla '76 M Q. 4. nl 'I .nl l l i 'lf 2 A K Y -. 'Li Q.:- .,.,. - wr e-'--- - .,,,, - YH V K Q , -n va .- li yi' 5 H ig! hall bd EQ cA12s:rEmA X' xy S 9940 9'oaJ3 rife tfiihff' All through the college year we hav ' . . many of you University students-e enjoyed the prwllege of Serving X5 Day aft ya i by h . , , Ut? 5 Zicijces ofelrollieblfiiiligryiepilttii gitlliiecilecil Ieiifuhicihledfiailtixiletboiilifl. rmgmg v ' - 1 -' lOyElSE1gIEII'i2,er we slhall miss you. We wish to thank you for your , h h ff time misfitianzxitysafadstsiffaii:Effie to E5 Q, V 5 E4 4? A . a E3 Q Mlia.CiiiilisGlaei1fji E1 East Grace Street Opposite Hotel Richmond ,V i X! .. . jx Kirkm ye r's E3 Sporting Goods 712 East Grace St. Richmond, Va. 3 Basketball lj ' Baseball V 5 patronize Football TT vi ' v l Ou ,- Tennis Ad , Golf Uertlsers Fishing Tackle T3 Sport Clothes T3 Fire Arms y V . . 3 V U Ammunition Radio and Radio Supplies 5 "Goods of Dependable Quality" vi ' Z ffl i Xa l Sal is ii,, ee., ,lri.c, riir e 54 -,'gf'ff 215 et- ...., ., W''W-mW""'iW'M""Ww" M page Four Hundred F iffy-11511 1' l .r,..i, irqgqi i 15339 5 lil . 3,915 flies? N731 sliilil Evil We lik.-ig gf' ' l l Y 'i I +1-gf iiizf . will rgfaqgi s5's'L'l fill fi-fn' 2213! .M 1 lgfgffl lr:-,aa Him M.. -' 'J Will lffiie ,QQHQ i xii lglizhl 1 1f""5 1 4 ,fjgffl Q i ' A l i . fc hw' Slug! 2-57,1 555-'f'1.-'l 1-' A,- :lf-,il 5.-52,2 aiflgi ihiiif 5"x.f',"' :fir I lkgx' A l i . liwf' 1 ' w 295: l if l qw" 2-.vii viriii iw:-I ,peril 1.-xii fkflr "1"-fl lfvfla tl' '4 in. 4 ,will ,Kmart 13' Ji'-Jil ffbtii 7.375 MIKE. t":'i:: Niff' -f ,,.z i 1 f 2 I Where Will You Spend Sunday? A 'I' You are invited to attend the First Baptist Church Cor. 12th and Broad Streets Richmond, Va. Geo. W. McDaniel, D.D., LL.D., Pastor Organized Bible Classes for Men and Women A hearty welcome to all students 'I' REGULAR MEETINGS Sunday School - - - 9:30 A. M. Preaching - - 11 A. M, and 8P.M. Lecture and Prayer Meeting, Wed- nesday - ---- 8:15 P. M. B. Y. P. U. every Sunday - 7 P. M. Cavedo's Drug Store The Uptown Store with the Downtown Prices 'I' College Students Headquarters 'I' Floyd Avenue and' Robinson Street PATRON IZE HOME COMPANIES 92929-Z5 Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Company 1015 East Main Street Richmond, Virginia 9259292 W. H. Palmer, President B. Cv. Lewis, jr., Secretary E. B. Addison, Vice-President J. C. Watson, Treasurer Compliments of I a Friend Page Four Hundred Sixty . 1:2 "ff Hal Qwylvs Mil ffl' all f il til eg :fi 51 tl 53? ljl cf 5 E331 53 X! V l gps UH 53? ET X I mil' at Ql iii bil El :di .4 i Q5 E5 Eli ri .s 1 1, 5 2' l 6 ti Qi, if . . l xi W li i' X hflnij if-l i xv' 3 ll 'lm yi Fire Insurance is so important that you should investigate carefully the jtnancial standing and loss payin . . , 8 abtltty of the company carrytng your risk The Liverpool 82 London 82 yGlobe Insurance Co. Has stood every test during a service of more than seventy years in the United States 555 Davenport 85 Company, Local Managers 1113 East Main St., Richmond, Va. Enrich Your Soulg READ A GQGD BOOK ceo Baptist Book Store E Gao, F. REYNoLos. Mgr. 218 N. Second St. Phgne IVIEIC1. 1545 RiCl'11'1'1OI'lCi, V3- 1 PageVFour Hundred Sixty-one i li, rv f I," f" rw' ll lx? It . lu." ffl' , TW- , ., .,. 1 ,f ,V 1. .W H, .Q .I .. , X .., ,c". I J, 5 W., 'E-. I . .w. ' ' fs . ,ki ffl -:uc yi .., ,., I-gtfii I ziggy Th e 'J 'Jia 6 Homeier-Clark if-ff I tj I ffl Studio ,I WALLER HOLLADAY ,. '4 W EB L. P. Levy Co., Inc. 603 East Broad St. FOUNTAIN PENS AND PENCILS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, BOOKS, MAGAZINES ls an j ,,,, H Y,,,,, .. . - -i ' ' V I , QT Q! usa . ., ,I V THE BELL BOOK AND STATIONERY COMPANY Q Stationers, Engravers, OHiC6 Eqnzprnent V Printers, Booksellers --- . Q3 1 Fifth Street Between Broad and Grace Q A RICHMOND : : : VIRGINIA . I I "Say it fwith Lefvy's Greeting Cards" if Q, O V V , Proprietor fjl 307 East Broad St. .- i 3 . 511555 l l Exclusive Photographers for the T. C. Williams Law School, 1925 I Phone B0ulevardi725 Jacob Umlauf Fine Upholstering and fllattresses Individual VVedding Presents Furniture and China Packing M O V I N G 2510 VV. Main St., Richmond, Va. Q-,, , ,,,, Page Four Hundred Sixty-tfwo jgf 4 t if fiefjfi 3 il ifitif' .Pg .Ri IQ ' Y' F:,L...Y1.'Jis.1:Jl:K:At.'t1L.'l..,l..' ' CO Qu s 3 E. ...It ...v ......., ,.,, .UNM v NH-and K 1.-,,,,,,....,,........-1-1 -, .CQJLQSA A-,,,,.. lf I I ,Ye ,v l I r I'-fmt ..s A-. riff 'NTS li I, I I.,1s ..' I ,V Y Iii - ' I I "Yi 'I "i, - 1,.E.-..xgiJ7EB XJ Q , A f--7-h...w1,....E.., -j.,,. ,,, , . gg I Diamonds Watches E3 E 'ABE SCHER BUY WHIQEIISRQYQU SAVE A CIGARS I soDAs gt! U A MAGAZINES Cocks 81 CO' L 533 WEST BROAD ST, . V U k I v' E I 1363 W. Broad st. W F L E R S . Q. . t Q ai road Watch Inspectors" 6 g "Tell hzm to meet you at the Inn" Jewelry-Cash or Credit Silfverfwarg j T. C. WILLIAMS LAW STUDENTS 1017 W. Broad St. Phone Boul. 482 , , meet me at , , .. . WRIGHTS. Works tg. " A . . Cleaners and Dyers if I Complzments L. T. Wright filtering Repairing .. Lombardy and Broad Streets A. F. Disse, PI-Op. EL A 1 RICHMOND VIRGINIA RICHMOND VIRGINIA ' v I I .. Boul. 683 1013 W. Broad St. THE .. Bmw ,, LONG LIFE CARLE-BOEHLING gf N, I . 'be BATQTERY CoMPANY, Inf. .. 0 ' ' Of n ig.'x.i gl ' 0 I 'Automobiles SERVICE and Radios AND . M Radio Parts and Sets HEATING A . S. O S B E L T 1641 West Broad Street gg ' RICHMOND : VIRGINIA Rlchmondiva' v .. 2513 W. I3road'Street, . Boul. 7111 B N P A R K E R . C. MOFICOHI 81 Co. FLORIST "' ff I CoNFECTIoNI-QRY valiekofchids-out Flowers . and Blooming Plants The Best Pface to Eat in Tofwn A "M D Headquarters for .. Law Students OPPOSITE BROAD ST. STATION - N I E 5 E i in H ll -:M ELM- .- 1. ' A V nr V-5--m4:H:QiI,,,,,Miin: 1,,, ,, ,. . t I "Say it :with Flowers from BEN" 212 N. 3rd Street Call Rand. 5254- Night, Rand- 47124 W.. "'1"' 1I'Ii':':'V' -A f IW' NJ, W., I-' I , . 2 .V J V . E 4 l Y. ' V' T VV ,fairSE,-.x:E.,1.gg-4s9l,,q,R:5 illlkl 'xl V , V V ,..,..A----"Q , V ' :B 2 A ' 1 -W I I. 3 I D' I 3 :TQ Zfff' -ff! g,rvf.gl.'i1, -g,71.gZ.1L..i47?' IH" "' "II A . A ' If - -f 1tii:3i.-5,5f' Page Four Hundred Slxfjrhfhffe OMIM" I , 1 N I A . V 4 ,..,.fL.::.Jz,.,l'f"-Y E EP 119111 Igtrginmn HOT IWICALS SANDVVICHES OF ALL KINIIS DELICATESSEN 7330 3, m. to 11:30 p. ln. Fountain Serwirf' Dz'lifz'f'l'j' Sf'f"1'1l'f' Boul. 78-I6 A Rates Reasonahle 1519 W. Broad, near Lomhardy MONTICELLO CIoxi-'i-:c'i'1oM:RY Co. Soda : Cj1',Q'l1I'.S' 1 Candy Phone Mad. 7140 S15 lf. llrond St., Richmond, Va. I Equipment including Chairs and desks in the T. C. Vvilliams Law School furnished by us. VVe carry complete line of school fur- niture, seating, and supplies. XVrite for Catalog and Prices VIRGINIA SCHOOL SUPPLY COMPANY Richmond, Va. 2000 XV. Marshall St. 1'l1:irli-sliuns! Zell: lizirlhripzht l'r.-.ith-ni Srcy. :ind I'rc:is. 'Telephone Rand. S30 Clover Inn, Inc. lfllrrr Rirlimoml .llrrlx and lint: Smithfield Ilmns hy Parcel Post .'KI4"I'IiRNUUX 'l'Ii.'XS, I.I'NC'IIIiONS :XXII DINXERS Dining R-I-mx for I'riv:ilc Parties S21-S23 Ii. Broad St. Richmond, Va. The METHODIST PUBLISHING . HOUSE FIFTH AND GRACE STS. Invites You to Inspect Their Line of Books and Supplies We Specialize in Theological Publications and our mam' years experience in this lin-e coupled with the most complete stock in the South, offer to you an unusual opportunity to Se- lect just the books which you want. 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