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VVILLIAMS SCHOOL OF LAW TH E UNIVERSITY ...f FORE GRD In Planning the Filth Volume of THE VVEB, we have at- tempted to bring together those memories most representative of our college lileg those which in time will most readily help us recall the associations ofthe lour years which are always a source of great happiness v X DEDICATED T0 HI To Historic Richmond, Capital of Virginia and the Aspiring Southg a City of Rich Historical Heritage, Linked with the Names of John Smith and William Byrdg a City in Whose Ears Rang the Liberty Message of Patrick Henryg a City I u lv , ,lt -six nw ' gg ggi- ,, if vinriinh if wi ggi TQRIC RICHMOND Representative of the New South, Yet Holding Some of the Flavor of the Oldg and Finally, a City Which Gave Birth and Suceor to Our Sehoolg to His- toric Richmond, We Ded- ieate this the Fifth Volume of THE WEB. The Annual Board The Sbfcler S. VVARRIEN CHAPPISLL Editor ROLAND NV. PAYNE BllJi71L'J5 Manager The Legend K. A. PATE Editor J. T. 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PROFESSOR PROFESSOR PROFESSOR PROFESSOR PROFESSOR PROFESSOR PROFESSOR PROFESSOR PROFESSOR F. YV. BOATYVRIGHT, 1N'I.A.,, LL.D. l'rasidmt Administrative Officers M.A., LL.D. . ......... President . . . . . . Ifire-Prz-.ridnzt and Treasurer . . . . .... Dean and Registrar B.S. . ........ Librarian . . ,........ Collage Physician . . .... Dran of If,l?.Slhll7llpl0ll Collzfge - Sm'rflary T. C. Ifllllilllfli School of Lafw FACULTY COMMITTEES . . ......... . . Courzws and Drgrrcs . . ........ .rllblelzcs . . , ..... Fraternities LOVING, Chairman DOBSON, Chairrnan RX'I.ANl7, Chairman . . MITCIIELL, Chairman . . Publicity and Public Lrctrircr HAYDEN, Chairman . . ...... Sludvnl Affairs HANIJY, Chairman . . . ........ fllumni VV. A. PIARRIS, Chairman . . .... Rrligious Lifc CIIAPPELL, Chairman . . . . Sludvnf Employmnnl GAINES, Chairman ............. . .Senala Commilflm SECRETARIES AND ASSISTANTS LUCY T. THROCIQMORTON .................... fhsixlarzt Librarian E'I,IzAEE'1'II L. TI-IOMASSON ................. Secretary to :bc Prmidenf PIELEN A. MONSELI. . . . . Sncreiary to lbs Dean, and Alssisianl Registrar ROBERT M. STONE .... .......... C ashier and Bookkeeper 18 - Y .. -AfA ----- - W d,f4--f -Awww, uw "'4,i,Tf' 5' f ,,,--:i 1, , fx., f vw --W, A---J-MJ f .- f- ,- -- ,., , N. f . ., ., '- ,:,,, ,--. , ,Je , . I HJ. ,g,,,..-....- Y.--,-,, ., ,.-,...--. . . WW -A -- -f 4ff --- ROBERT EDWIN GAINES, Chazrman of the Smale Commzluz' on Gradualn Sludus VV1LLxA'v1 LOFTIN PRINCE, Dean JAMES HARMON BARNEVI, JR Secreiary of Richmond College of T C IVzll1am.f SchaolofLaf1.u MAY MANSFIELD KELLhR, Dean of lflfesthanzplon College wsu Vu A ' ' - .J I9 1+ Q - Ff" Vi s if 4 L'g i3ip 1ff fL- T--' Y' 'YNY' Y---'1'.J7"""' 14155 X' ' 4 7,1 I7 .gf-vw ..- X. .f ' v' I I1 X...- if?,,TI,T,:,Q,-,, ,2fl'5l.. ,..'Sf...:,,.,,..,fi 1-,jill ,'.Q.Q.l'T,g. ..., j.T.1..f-Q X51 i' 15.5 R-,,,T,Tf,l:""f',' ' "Z A" .....,x,,f7.'ffQ ff . - ' bf ' xgjwi, F"-1 pf fl, '-"V '-ez-1.1.5431-1!:g1:.:LI-:i::K.::1-4sefLLs., Y. ,.-.i...-.-W -,.-..-......-.- -. -.-.f.-L.T1.,x1. , f, . ,Dff 1 W ,, , W .. if ,Ng . ,..- -: ...Misa-v-'19' Faculty SAIVIUEL CHILES MITCHELL M.A., PH.D., LL.D. Professor of History and Political Science University of Richmond, Va. M.A. Georgetown College. 18885 Pl1.D. University of Chicago, 18899 LL.D. Brown University, 1910, President University of South Carolina, 1908-125 President Med- ical College ot' Virginia, 1913-15: Presi- dent Delaware College, 1915-20, Professor ol' History and Political Science since 1920. WILLIAM ASBURY HARRIS M.A., PI-I.D. Professor of Greek 2 College Avenue. M.A. Richmond College, 18865 Fellow at Johns Hopkins University, 1889-933 Ph.D. Johns Hopkins, 1S92g Professor of Greek slnce 1901. ROBERT EDWARD LOVING M.A., PH.D. Professor of Physics University of Richmond, Va.. M.A. Richmond College, 18985 Fellow Johns I-lopkins University, 1901-02: Pl1.D. ihld, 1905, Special Student, Cornell Uni- versity, 1919-20g Professor of Physics since 19081 GARNETT RYLAND M.A., Pr1.D. Professor of 'Chemislry University of Richmond, Va. M.A. Richmond College, 1892g PlI.D. Johns Hopkins University, 1898, Profes- sor of Chemistry since 1917. ROLVIX HARLAN M.A., PI-I.D. Professor oflSociology University of Richmond, Va. A.B. George Nvashington University, 18995 M.A. George Xvashington Univer- sity, 19015 Ph.D. University of Chic-ago, 19065 President Sioux Falls College, 1915-185 Member American Social So- ciety. EMIL FRANCIS SAVERIO Professor Romance Languages A.B, College ol' Montana.: M.A. lhld: Uni- versity of Chicago, 1914: Ph.D. University of Texas, Membre Associe de L'Academle de Macow, France, 1919, President of Modern Language Association ot' Virginia. 20 -L----LQ.: A--,-------- --- -Q --4-1. ' " T .'f'x-r's.s"- , Y H KT- - fi, ,S il fl ij' 2 03 l!,+!H1'l'Hf1'Wf'e' l "' ' " " " ""' "'3.:v'zfg-rm ' - -I.rr' 'W ' ' ' ' Faculty CLEMEINT ORESTES MFRLDITH PHD Professor of German Unlvelslty of Rlflxmond V1 AB Guilford College 1900 AB Hun ford Collegm. 1901 Studont of 'Phllulogg University of Bellin 1908 10 Resomrh Student ln the Amorit-'m Svhool of Phil ologv at Home summer 1910 Ph D Johns Hopkins Unlvorsxty 1912 Assad ate PF0l9SSDl of German since 1920 CLEMENT '1 YSON Gooos B A M A PH D Professor of Englzslz 3314 Floyd Aw. Rmhmond V1 BA Wake Foxeot College 1905 MA Harxard University 1911 PhD Cornell University 1920 Member Modern I'tn guwgn, Association ol Amemum Nwtlontl Pure Spoech in England and Amnru 11 SIDNEY STEVENS NEGUS BA MA PHD Associate Professor of Chemzstry Craig Apartments Richmond V1 B A Clal k University M A Hal x 'nd University Ph D Johns Hopkins Unixex sity HAYN11: H SEAY JR Pro essor of Economzcs University ot Piuhmond V BA Richmond College 1913 MA Co lumbla UlllV9lSit1 1915 Gxadumtm. Stu dent Johns Hopkins Univorslty 1917 18 Southeast Club Fellow in Polxtivml Lnononn and Social Institutlons P1 info ton University 1919 20 Associate P fessor of Dconomlcs 1920 22 Pxotus-ox of Economics slnoe 1923 HENRY BRANTLY HANDY M Professor of Englzsh University of Richmond V1 B A Rxchmond Collsgt 19 6 M A lbui 1909 M A Hmrxnrd Unixelsltg 1913 Graduate Studnnt Columbia Unlver sity summer 1915 Profcssor of English slnoe 1918 HORACE EDWIN HAYDEN M Professor of Biology Unlver-sity of Rlohmond V1 AB P1iDCOf0ll 1905 MA Vixglniw 1907 Grmlumte ln the School of Biology Vlrgllllfl 1910 Proreisol ot Blolotg Richmond Collvbe slnve 1919 fffi T 'E M T itll liflfh fsaifiifi? - - - f 'ipsum 1' ,. ff' 14-25 'af' f 1 b of' L T '4-M.-,.-...nB..?,.M4 U 1 - - 'E E his-,s5,-.ilTig.gg? ' W 1 Y . 4 2 ' ' ' 2 , .. ur' ' - ra -- . . . . . . . om, : :A . ' rl , , : x , . . - ., , - .. , J , 3 .. - - , ' - 1 ' . 1 . I . . ., . ., . . 4 Y 1., l ' ' 1 1 . ' , . . . . . 1 . . . . V . . . . . , , . . , , : ' A .,. - e I I 'G 2 Q ' I, Teachers' Council of England: Society fm' 1 C .1 ' -t . . . . ., . ., . . ,, , t . Z I . I , .. 4 n 4 J 0 ' .. " , a. . .A . 1 . . ,A - ' '. . : ' . - - . I I ' 1' . 2 ' ' .1 ' . .1 I 6 V ' A, . - . ' . U - : . ' ru- - , .. - 3 ' 'H...r ' 1 . n I- 5 . . ' - 4 e, 0 1 . . ' . I . . 1 f Y ' v, I 1 ' . - 1 I JR' . ' , r. . - - ' . I . . ' f L , - 3 -- ' '.', 11 .V , I , 21 - Y 171 -fv-V-, -----iv T-'ff' -5. M ..1,. ,. , --rf--f ,, fn 1 W " ---- -i"iAQ.""'-'91'li'fi , 2-I U- Faculty RALPH BURTON HARRIS B.S., M.A. Professor of Business Administration University of Richmond, Va. B.S. University of Pennsylvania. 191-lg M.A. Unlverslty of Chicago, 1922: Pro- fessor in Washington State College, 1914- 165 Pennsylvania Military College, 1916- 17: University of Delaware, 1920-235 ifgngessor Business Administration since ROBERT COLLINS ASTROP M.A. Profesor of Psychology 425 No. Boulevard, Richmond, Va. M.A. University of Vlrglnia, 1913: Grad- uate Student, Columbia University, 1914- 15: Associate Professor of Psychology, 1920-233 Professor of Psychology since 1923. HUGH SAGER MEADE B.A. Professor of Business fidministration 3213 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va. B.A. Kalamazoo College, 1899: B.A. Unl- versity of Chicago, 1900. VIVIAN STREETER LAWRENCE B.S., M.E. Associate Professor of Malhemalics University of Richmond, Va. B.S. Richmond College, 19175 M.E. Cor- nell, 1922. RALPH RAYMOND CHAPPELL M.A. Associate Professor of Physics Rlchmond, Va. B.S. Richmond College, 19193 M.A. Co- lumbia University, 1925. WOODFORD BROADDUS HACKLEY B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of Latin 105 Maple Ave., Vllesthampton, Va. B.A. University of Virginia, 1914: M.A. Northwestern University, 19163 M.A. Harvard University, 1917. Faculty CLARENCE LAIDLAW Doons B.A. Associate Professor of French University of Richmond, Va. B.A. Carleton College, Northfield, Mlnn., 191151 Iowa State Colleg-, 19133 Graduate Vvork at Minnesota State Teachers' Col- lege, 1917: Graduate Vlfork at Columbia University: Associate Professor ol' Frenuli since 1922. EDGAR DANIEL DUNNING M.A. Associole Professor of English University of Rlchmond, Va. .A.B, Union College, 19243 M.A. Princeton, 1925. WILLIAM MELVILLE JONES M.A. Associate Professor of English University of Ric-hniond, Vo.. A.B. Alleghany College, 1923, M.A. Ohio State University, 1925. FRANCIS HENRY WILSON Acting Professor of Biology 2620 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. B.S. Cornell University, 19233 M.S. Cor- nell University, 1925. SUSAN MADELINE LOUGH P1-LD. Professor of History . South CouI't, Nvesthampton College MA. University of Chicago, 1909: Fellow ln History, University of Chicago, 1913- 14: Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1919, Professor of History since 1915. GERTRUDE HARPER BEGGS PH.D., LL.D. Professor of Latin VVesthampton College. Fellow nt Yale University, 1903-043 Ph.D. Yale, 1904: Student American School ol' Classical Studies at Athens, 19123 LL.D., University of Denver, 191-lg Professor of Latin since 1919. L, I, 'Q I I l fl-.-Y..., .W +. .-- -sv. .--., s f-.,,., ,-'sf - lx -I , ll I ll li il Q. lf. E1 1 2 :HEI lv lf K . 4.5: lil' lil' E' ,Il ,IP .31 Lf ls II 1 ll 1 if 11 '53 ' 1 11 lil lj 41 J' 'll . 6, l , lv H , !. 'fl ,Ti gs as -A I , l cg. il -T '1 fd 5' i J 3 . li vi ll s 1-1-yt--+12 .i-... .....- -,-.-. n,,w . -,,,, N I 5- I , Faculty GRACE WARREN LANDRUM B.A., M.A., PII.D. Professor of English Yvesthampton College. B.A, Raclcrliffe College, 1898: M.A. Uni- versity of Chicago, 19153 Ph.D. Radcliffe Cullige, 19215 Associate Professor, 1921- 25g Professor since 1925. ISABEL HARRIS M.A. Hssociate Professor of Mathzmalics Xvesthampton College. B.A. Richmond College, 19063 M.A. Co- lumbia University, 19211 Associate Pro- fessor ol' Mathenmtlcs, VVestha.mpton College, 1921. NAOh'II CASSIDY CHAPPELI, B.A. flssislanl Professor of English Richmond, Virginia. B.A. Gouuher College, 1920, Xvork in English at Columbia University, sum- Incsrs of 1921, 1924, 1925: Asslstzuit Pro- fessor of English since 1921. FANNIE GRAVES CRENSHAW B.A. Director of Physical Education Richmond, Virginia. B.A. Bryn Mawr College, 19219 Student of Theory of Physical Education, Colum- bia University, 1914 and 19151 Director of Physical Educ-ation since 1914. VIRGINI.A REESE WITHERS B.A. Associate Professor of French Richmond, Virginia, B.A. Newcomb College, 19095 Llcenc-lee des Lettres of the Sorbonnir. MARY WINGFIELD SCOTT M.A. Associate Professor of Modern Languages Richmond, Virginia. B.A. Columbia University, 1921: Curso del Verano, Reslclencia Ile Estudiantes, Madrid, 19201 M.A. University of Chica- go, 1925. 24. . I l ----xi.-.-. sas.- ,-,, ,,,,,,,,,,,g ,- -- -H f--A- - -. f.. Y ,M - lu , Faculty CONSTANCE GAY MORENUS M.A. Associate Professor of Spanish XYesthampton College. B.A, Vvesthampton College, 19153 Student University of Porto Rico, 19153 M.A. Co- lumbia University, 19215 Associate Pro- fessor of Spanish, 1920-24, Associate Pro- fessor since 1925. FLORENCE E. SMITH M.A. Assoriate Professor of History and Political Sczonce NVesthampton College. B.A. Westlmmpton College, 19175 M.A. University of Chicago, 1919: Associate Professor of History and Political Sui- ence since 1925. PAULINE TURNBULL B.A. Szcrolary to the Dean and Instructor in Latin Xvesthumpton College. B.A. Syracuse University, Registrar and Secretary to the Donn since 19165 In- structor in Latin, 1925. AGNES B. JONES B.A. Assistant Sefretary to the Dean Richmond, Virginia. B.A. VVestha.mpton College, 19245 Assist- ant Secretary to Dean since 1925. WALTER ScoTT MCNEIL B.A., PH.D., LL.B. Professor of Criminal Lafw, Contracts, Equity, Plradzng Richmond, Virginia. B.A. Richmond College, 18993 Ph.D. Unl- versity of Berlin, 1902: LL.B. I-larvard University, 1905: Associate Professor of Law, 1905-09, Professor of Law sinve 1909. THOMAS JUSTIN Moons B.A., LL.B. Professor of Torts and Real Property Richmond, Virginia. B.A. Richmond College, 1908, LL.B, Hur- vard University, 1913: lnstructor in Rich- mond Academy, 1910: Associate Profes- sor of Law since 1910. JOHN RANDOLPH TUCKER B.A., LL.B. Professor of Constitutional Law, Legal Ethzcs, Prxfzfate Corporations Richmond, Virginia. B.A. Xvashington and Lee, 1900: LL.B. ihid, 19025 Graduate Student Harvard University, 1902-03: Associate Professor of Law since 1909. Q. Q ,gif -' s- not Tw W., . ,711 ,Ut-in 'W' """h" f-ff --15155.45 ., 1 of -.i'w:,WfN L ll 5'-S -Pr srnizfgrff - 'rs ' j: 1.1" " 1 25 , - 2, 4, ,, ,Y , l,. F5 L 'U ' 'Y' " L1 'm.3SELJ?wEE's7s..T 23:35 9 f:?"i!ELL7'1"'?Qf,1 1- -.-- 1 L if 'E lil i l 1 fli lv ,H i F l 1 5 l L, .. l r. ji M .l I I, sh Wm E l I, 5 . 5 is it ,la 'l ,l -I fl ,V X nw l 4 YJ! It l ll! l til l , l L l WY, L L-al psf 1 Faculty CASSIUS MONCURE CHICHESTER A.B., LL.B. Professor of Domestic Relations, Mas- ter and Ser-vant, Agency Insurance, Partnership, Efvidence, Conflict of Lafws, Statute Lafws, Legal History Rlchmond, Virginia. A.B. Xvilllam and Mary College: LL.B. University of Virginia: Institute of Law: Associate Professor of Law since 1912. Louis S. HERRINK B.A., LL.B. Instructor in Personal Property, ' Damages Richmond, Virginia. B.A. Randolph-Macon College, 1911: Graduate YVork, ibid, 1912: LL.B. Har- vard University, 19205 Instructor in Mathematics, John Marshall High School, Richmond, Va., 1914-163 Associate Pro- fessor of Law since 1921. ELLSWORTH W1LTsH1RE B.A., LL.B., S.J.D. Professor of Trusts, Domestic Relations, Insurance, Legal History Richmond, Virginia. B.A. University of Virginia, 19195 LL.B. University of Virginia, 19223 S. J. D. Harvard University, 1923: Associate Pro- fessor of Law since 1924. WILLIAM R. SHANDS LL.B. Professor of Private Corporations, Le- gal Ethics, and Conflict of Laws Richmond, Virginia. LL.B. University of Richmond. 1921: As- sociate Professor of Law since 1924. GEORGE BRYAN LL.B. Professor of Banking Richmond, Virginia. LL.B. Richmond College, 1881: Associate Editor and Editor "Virginia Law Regis- ter." 1902-06: Counselor for Virginia Bankers' Association since 1902, Asso- ciate Professor Law since 1914. LEON M. BAZILE LL.B. Professor of Criminal Lafw, Citvil Pro- cedure, Equity and Criminal Procedure Richmond, Virginia. LL.B. Richmond College, 19103 Assistant Attorney General of Virginiag Associate Professor of Law since 1924. RALPH T. CATTERALL B.A., LL.B. Professor of Evidence, Constitutional Law, Partnership, and Municipal Corporations Richmond, Virginia. B.A. Harvard University, 1818: LL.B. Harvard University, 1921: Associate Professor of Law since 1924. 5 hePl ll if ' A he Spider lf: 5f"'.:v1-In ygvw . 15 Xi 76- 'T' 2:2-' J' XN4 -fi--ifiw-594' Ki, EDITOR! AL STAF1- -2 4 1 q ' A 28 I 1 , , H , W dl 1 f fm ' -f' ' f " 'W TL!-' WI ' , L "Ti 5 ,S FQT '14 i'iU':f7l'L'iffifE'IfPl,"E"'if':'I:9 Errj.:--:,. - - J :.-'-lu-,-A-'1" -'1-"1 ' ' X f .g .ni . X1 PUSIIN IISS STAFF ll 29 4 V1 'Z .,i,fff-,V,l? - A CONTENTS CLASSES Il ATHLETICS I1 FRATERNITIES Il ORGANIZATIONS SENIOR CLASS enior Class Offlcers Senior Year VV. ROLAND GALVIN . . . Prf.sidr'nt NORVELL R. GREEN .... . . If'icc-Presidanl LEWYN C. DAVIS . . . .... .Sccrflzzry j. CIIEsTER SVVANSON . . . ...... . Treanuw- CALVIN H. ROBINSON .... ...... P lislorian CHARLES P. ANDERSON . . . .... . Studvn! Srnatn C. PARKER CHEATWOOD . . plmzual Rrprfsmzlzllifue VVILLIAM M. GIBSON J. 'TAYLOR FRAZIER . CALVIN H. ROBINSON VVILLIAM R. GALVIN AUBRIZY R. CARTER . F. RALPH SVVANSON . ROLAND VV. PAYNE . ICENNON C. VVALDEN WV. ROLAND GALVIN G. CARY WHITE . . J. CHESTER SVVANSON CIIARLES R. BROWN . SAMUEL L. CREATII . DAVE M. MILLER . CECIL E. KITE . . DAVE M. MILLER . WARREN F. CUTHRIELL . LEWYN C. DAvIs . VVARREN A. THORNI-IILL . J. TAYLOR FRAZIER . GUY D. Hxclcs . Junior Year Sophomore Year F'1'CS11I'fl8.Il Year 32 . . . Prcxidrzzt . . Vice-Pn'sirI1'11l . . . Svcralnry . . Twzzszzrrr . . . . Hislorimz . . Simian! Srrmlf 4 muuzl Rzrjlmselzlalifzfzr . . . 1JfP5idl'7lf . . If'icf-Prfsidnzl . . . Sm'rnIary . . Trvasurrr . . . . . f1i.Yf0!'iU7l . . Slzzdmzt Smale +I Izlzual Rc'pr1':c1Ilali1'e . . . Pfl'5iliI'7lf . . If'icc-Prcsidmzt . . . Secrelary . T rz'a.rurz'r . . . ..Hi.viorian . . Sludnzl Smale . illllllllll Rrpresvlzizzliifc enior Class History AR be it from us to handicap future classes by enumerating the collective ti and individual achievements of the Class of '26. However, we feel that E5 humanity and mankind will be benefited by some sort of record of our activities, so here goes: 52 A darkened world took on new hope when in September, 1922, a hodge-podge of Rats appeared at the blossoming University of Richmond. " The future saviors of mankind-and all that-set about straightway to prove their mettle, and the Collegian announced the new class by the discords of the Rat Band. You may scan our memory books for the details of our achievements. We have to break down and confess that the departure of old '26 will put a damper on many activi- ties. A galaxy of talent in athletics, dramatics, debating, journalism, and general social leadership enters now into the larger life of a greater university, and our best Wishes go to those who shall follow us. l26 has no vulnerable points, but stands ready to chal- lenge any group of its size for actual performances, in any or all branches of academic life. VVe have seen great strides in the University. The abolition of hazing, growth in athletic prominence, the advent of fraternity houses, expansion of publications, organ- ization of a university band, entrance into a new gymnasium, development of a com- petent dramatic department, and a strengthening of spirit and organization have been outstanding events in our era. But we wax humble in departure. Taking our places in a long procession of alumni of Alma lliater, we place four happy years of academic sojourn in the golden frame of memories and lift our faces to what destiny has in store. If we have embraced the opportunities placed at our disposal, if we have been SiIlCCl'C seekers of the basic truths of life, science, and letters, then we have no fear of tomorrow. But, whatever the niche in life awaiting us, we shall forever cherish in the cloisters of memory that night in February, 1922, when on old Number Nine we sang, "Here's To Richmond Rat Class, Hail!" Nor shall there fade from recollection that great push-ball battle on stadium field, the brilliant performances of Dave, the bigger Spider Spirit We nursed, a burned science hall, rallies around the bonfire, lines at the cafeteria, and this glorious commencement week. And which of us shall forget the associations that make every nook and corner of this campus a niche in memory's wall surrounded with a halo of pleasure-a lake, a falls, a path, a hill, a cloister? A For four years we have been storing up t1'easures, and now we enter a lifetime in which our chief delight shall be to hold up to glitter in the light of retrospection-the jewels of yesteryear. CALVIN H. ROBINSON. 33 CHIOI' Class LAWTON CRAFT ADDINGTON ROBERT ROLAND ALLEN Addy Bo COEBURN, VA KING ALD QUEEN COURTHOUSE, VA BA Course BH Course Ph: Gamma Delta Kappa S1gma, Class Basketball Y M C Txdewater Club , V l ll I A l' v ' , Q l, 3 , l lf l w ll l l Y A 9 V l . l l . il 1 + 3 L C l ll l l If IJ If bil 1 '1 Lf LA:if f f ' ' WY- Llf' A 1 1' " ' , -'Ti-jj -ff, 'V , i l Q41 l ',- l A L + Eff' - l n lip' WM lf7l l L 1 Q ll X lwflf 1 ln' 'vw ,, 'EH Y wx, nr , Q X f ' Y 'iT",f1, 'H - ' 1 , fiifi, 1 .N L l I Efiigl 1 ' L 34 I el' , , l ,1 l l u lll ., ,. 'l ll l l l .N lx v V - 1 ll Jw -lf rw-,..l.,, S6I'liO1' Class CHARLIE PRUDEN ANDERSON "Charlie P." NEWS FERRY, VA. X I f ,, Philulogian Literary Socigtygf-Clifaia-ldzlin, 'zgg Censor, 'zgg Y. M.fC'.'A.g Ministerial Asso- HOWARD LEVVIS ARTHUR "Hofward" ., h ROANOKE, VA. KR'-vf.-.X-xB.z1. Course Phi. AlQQQta.5.YerSilty1TraCk, '23, '24, '25s cinriong 'I'regs,LilIer,,-2261?gCl1'atl:amffI5r2Q'lX1iflgf'f-Bhilpl'ogian:Literary 'Sncietyg Declaimer's SCl'100l'Clllb3lc'la55!'ge,'13lff1'a 255 Membef'?iiMedul, '24g Hdll?DElj'aterg Secretary Y. M. Masonic Level- MQ, , 'N ' I A.g Chatharriffkizlirling School Clubg Min- l l K l ' ' isterial Associationg , !Varsity Clubg Social l I' ll ' penter Coxnmittpeffi l l VV ' A' I ww! Li L Ylii l ' ' - f " " 1 1 vff-fa V 5 7' l gl, X , x N R ,,q,.l l . V ll' V ' 1" I I ' l 1 l ' ' l 1 Q -YYY iw, --C1 ,. E. 1, , E on F'TQ'll 4 if ' l ' l -V., ' - ig . . l l l f " Ifgiff .H l N 7.1 I IQ!11:1-ibifflikh ".'JilUili1laLVi1f'fP-fl' H1 li e1'liOI' C1355 CHARLES ROBERT BROWN EVERETT RUSSELL BRYANT, rrcvhicu LYNCI-IBURG, VA. 13.14. Course , v,,,fiT?1-.HY N 9 1 I w -w. W w W 1,1 n Io! ljwwmu 'I I M Il R Mm ri ' . i ,, , . ,---l-'Q 5 A , - ,., A ws I N F w b R 1 ' ,W -Y - Q rw R11 ' BOYKINS, VA. f Course R R- R R YY A J:mPdHfQ1es-A1pha- . R f -, , ' 1 . P , , + I R 1 . R r R . ws-Nw R E ? l 36 v i P1 Kzlp JAM ES E. CARVER "Jimmy" LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY B..fl. C0lH'.i6'- ' I pa Aiphag Dramatig Clubg Bxiseballg Cherry Clubf' , , i W V w t N, i 'ii' i iq i i i4 i i 'wi I N S6I'1iO1' Class ,Class L JESSE LAURENCE CHARLTON "Jesse" Q UILLWYN, vfx. --.,NQ.fl. Course Mu Sigmillm Lifg1QYiSL0CiEfYS Sefgeanmf- 'Armsif f21.,g"Se'cretary5"2gg " Vice-President, P253 President, f,?6EfDeclairrier's Medal, '24g Uiest Reader, 'zgiglriter-Socieity Debater, '25g Pebating and EdrgnSiC Council, '26g Library Assistantg Soutlqiestern Saleeiman Clubg Uni- versity Players.l7' N 3 2 A 1 i , . i , 1 i , f . ' --- i ii Mi ' 1 mi 5 "N i y i ix' i ' w N SCIIIOI' C1855 SAMUEL WARREN CHAPPELL CHARLES PARKER CHEATWOOD Hamlet Cheat RICHMOND, VA RICHMOLD VA B fl Course P1 Kappa Alpha, Omrxcon Delta kappa, Pres1dent,'26, VVelISta1f 2:3 24. 25 26 Edxtor nn Chxef, 26,1 Tre xdent Uruversmyx Players Players Key, 25 Harlequm Club B 4 Courn S1gm'1 Phx Epsilon ohn Marshwll Club Mu S1gma..QRlro 22 23 I l 1 l l Literaxy Socxety Honor Roll . . YV, 1, , :V g i,p.:--,.A Aj ' N22 ,- vi., ,gnigw , 4 izlln' " 1" H K W ' , 1 W ' ' " ' ' ' " ' " "" ' 1 " "ff-'M - --A Q- ----- N lx 5 l 1. 1' ! 1 1 ll ll 1.1 l 1,.' I 1 1 ' , ull l l Q 1 i , sy lf 2 1 1 1 , 1 1' fl Ml 1 E '! l wlm i l W 3 V11 l ,f 1 1 .' ml 1 j xl E i . W ll V1 l l I V' lll 'I f '1 . ll: l 1 ,xl . Q 1 ,W lll lx R.. f l 1 L I1 gg - 1! W lr 11 1 1 1 2 '1 W1 1x A ' 1 1 1 la 1 ' T W 1 .1 l ff ll If fl ' . ...,.-':i,fQf.T.. .l.l M.. .i.-j. 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I 1 I ' III I I I 1 I I 5 1 1 ffl .R-w -M Q, I 11111 1 I I Ijlil 1,171 I11i'V1'1 1 WA '1 I 1 I IIIYII1 I I I III. 'I 11111 rg 1 I E I ?f -HJI f ' 1 I I 25g gi ' .. W - , 1, I 1 .1 FRED BASYE CORR ::Daddy:1 "lkxX,,x Rom-ms, vA. B.S. CoQFfZ'-'-fByfinz'.v.f fldminixtralionj QHQDQOIIIAQAL'2'Sagf2iEiHhi10l0gi2I1 Literary Qi'S0CiEfYI' 'Chemisg55Assista'rif, '26g Collegian Q' .Iii I Staff, '24g CrosSi'Gburjtry, 'ig IH, ., I' I IilrI I 1fI', I I 1 1 116 3+ 1 I 1111- 1I WI It II1f V I 1I Ii -if 1 IYR I 1- ., 0- I""I": 1 I I I 'xx I 1 " 1 . I I 1 I w "1 3 9 I .I I . 1 , " ' " ' , '.'T"fx"' 1 II -' 'W ' " ' Y' .17 1 1 X, QX, . CHIOI' Class RLADII WATLINGTON CORR R W ROANES VA B 6 Comic Phllologrzn Lxterary SOCIEYY Cross Countrw 3 Tldewater Club M C WARRLN FRANLLIN CLTHRILLL Cath PORISVIOUTH VA B 4 Course Phl Alpha Zetfx Mu Sxgma Rho Lxtemrx Su cxety, Secretary Freshman Clas 'Xssocmte Edxtor Messenger, 23 Mxmsterml Assocm non, Fork Uxuon Club 11 I f wX . X ' r 2 V X X F ! 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Somery, MlHlStEI1Hl As der Band M 'Sxgmw-Rho Ilferar-u Simi? lsocaatnon -Gawnlra County Cfub X M C Spxder Quurtc-:La UHIIQITHSIIT5 Players Fresh I -R Treusurer lllfqrar Society Secretarx man Truck Tregsurer I'reQhm'In Class I- I Mmxsterxal Assocxat on Secr tnrs Y M C Deb1t1ng and TFOTCIIWI CouncIl .I Cheer A Mmuons PIESKIC t C rohne County Lea er 5 Ief- C Ib I Maryland lub I Cl b Prem en M1msterIaI fkssocxatmn IIarIequIn Clu r1tIc Lxterfxrv Sqclety 2 I.,.N.f-I I I1I I 1:5 IIII -- - '- .-1-v'.ffs:,: -frwrvf' '." Li' ,zrr I-- -- f- --..Y rj 'I,1iIi,i1I -ir ' -V' V I' iEEI3,:f1 -w- ---A Y I I II III IIIII II IIIIII I I I I IIIII I I III IIICII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIII I II III I I I CI I II I I I I I I I III I'I I II ' I I I III I I I I I ' I I 'II I I I II I I II I I 3 I 'II III I I I 'II II I I I WZ- II II I I I I II' IIIII I I I I I I I I .III I I I I III III III I I II II IIIIIII ' I I IIIIIIIII III II I IC C CC---CCC CI II C C C-I III' IIII I I'lI II 11- 112121:-1 7 I-ffilliiiiil II I S . . 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Course V Sigma Phi Ep5ilpn3kiYg1rsity, Clubvgq Honopr Roll, Inter-CSol'lggizxte' "DEbZ1fCT,Qff, Manager Football, '25g4 Assist'afntl1Manager Footbz1ll,1, '24, Runner-up College Singles Tennis Cham-fl pionship, '24g TenniSiTxepm, '24, '25g Man-'3 ager Tennis, '25g Vfxfsify Basketball Squadfl '24, '25, Captain RzLt'BaSketball, '23g Crossg Country Team, '23, '24, Varsity Track Team, ,23, JZ4, '25, Socceri'Team, '24, Rat Bhnd,,' '22, ASSiSfZll1tlDifCCt0f of Spider Band, '23, '24, '25-gf-Rat QuartetteL,235, Gle ,Qlglgg, Fork Union Qlubg"Maryllirid f'GIubg ,Qlylinik-lterial' Associationg Mu Sigriia Rhol LiteifqryfSclciety.Il r mf, 2 l l l , l ' v 1 ll ll f: 'll ' l ll '. ,Y l-vw H ,llwlll l ,,, 'wry L37 1' C Q' i ? Ill CECIL EARL IQITE "Parton " V s'mNL1aY, vfx. ' .B.:I. Course Phi,Delta Omega: PreV5iil'CrJt,Freshman Class, Hresident Glee 'Crl-Lib, '23, '24, 'Freshman Bas lietball. " jf " lx l, ' 48 l l fl" CIIIOI' Class WING HEI LAM CYRUS HUDSON LANSDELL Lam Doc CAMON CHINA BLUEFIELD, WEST VA Chinese Student Club Y M C A Soccer Charter Member Bluefield Club Honor Roll Team Colleglan Staff 26 Y M C A Umversxty Phyers President Bluefield 25 26 49 , , l l W l N , l ' Y rr V JJ rr .u . 1 V , B.S. Course fB1lJ'i7ll'5.f Adminisirationj - ' B-AQ Conf-W ' r sr- -s . ,,H 1, . .' . , , .... , , . . , , , Y ' 1 J- I ' l l l P SI1101' Class JAMES MOYER MAHANEY Mac CLIFTOV FORGE VA B fl Course Mrmsterxal Assoclatxon, Varsxty Football, 22, Freshman Baseball, 23 Assnstant Man ager Bwsketball, 25, Manager Basketball, 26, Dramatxc Club Scemc Manager 24, Art Dlrector, 25, 26, Collegmn Staff 2 VVILLIARI CLAIBORNE MCCORKLE Mac JOHNSON CITE, TENN BS Course 111 Buszness Phx Gamma Delta Varsxty Football zz, 23 24, 25, Freshman Basketball Varsity Track, V1rs1ty Club Y M C A , . L l l , l , l I l l w 1 l l 1 X Q : I I . l l 1 , l l X , l l S ' , , . If IJ lf II A , . V - A7 - l - .. . .'.' I . . . . 1 , , ' y 1 1 y , 1 1 I. ' , 1 1 .' ' , . ' V 1 , 1 Y 1 ' .f . . ,115 - 23, . , . . . . v . ' . ' 1 . Y I I ' Y 1 - . Y I 1 6' 50 l I l L u l l l I I l v l 1 n SCl'llO1' C.l.2.SS DAVE MORRIS MILLER "Da-'L'z"' LYNCHBURG, VA. B.S. Course' flizzsiizcsx 11dllIiI1i5ll'llli0IlJ Omircon Delta Kappag Phi Alpha, Sigma Theta Phi, Vice-President Freshman Class, Vice-President Varsity Club, Southwestern Virginia Clubg Student Senate, '25, Football, '23, '24, '25, Captain Football, '25, Basket- ball, '23, '24, '25, '26, Captain Basketball, '25, '26, Baseball, '23, '24, '25 '26. CHARLES DUTTON MOORE "Dinty" RICHMOND, VA. B.S. Course Rat Band, Spider Band, Y. M. C. A., Cir- ciilation Manager pf Collegian, Advertising Manager of Collegian. S6I1iO1' Class WALKER I'IOWELL NEWCORIB "Ducky" CLIFTON FORGE, VA. 1?..4. Course Pi Kappa Alphag Cross Country Squad, '23 Football Squad, '24, Y .M. C. A.g Southi western Virginia Club, Soccer Team, '25 Tennis Team, ,25. I RICHARD BEDDOE NICHOLLS "Bill" NEWPORT NEWS, va. B.S. Course Kappa Sigmag Spider Band, '23, '24, '25, '26, Freshman Track Squad, '23, Varsity Track Squad, '25, Y. M. C. A.g Medical Assistant, '26, Rat Band, '23. CDIOI' Class GEORGE EDWARD PANKEY George CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE VA B .fl Course Southwestern Successful Salesman Club Stu dent Volunteer Band CLYDE NORWOOD PARKER Park CARSON, A BA Course Student Supply Committee, 25 Y M C A Txdewater Club Phxlologxan L1terary Socxe ty Intercolleglate Debater, Parhamentary Crxtxc, 23, 4 l ll IJ If . JJ ' , . - v . A Philologian Literary Societyg Y. M. C. A.g Phi Alpha Zetag lvlihisterial Associationg V ' . , - ' ' -- - ' y . . - , . ' . - ,. . . l .ly . I V v .1g- . - , ,' ' ' 'z . ' - 53 CIIIOI' Class LESLIL ALTOIN PARKILR E5 CARSON, VA B11 Couru' Mu S1gm1 Rho Llterary Socxety Naturahst lam, 3 VHTSIIV Track 23 Varmty l"ootb1ll 4 5 X M C A Publ1c1tyD1 rector Class B'1seball, Class Basketball ROLAND VVILIIADI PXYNF R IV RXCHMOVD, VA B4 Couru Theta Chx Annual Represenmtxve Jumor Interfratermty Counml, John Marshall Club Y M C A I l I l l l I , i l N 1 , P L 1 1 l 1 1 5 l l HL .U ll - -If Clubg Tidewager Clulmg Glee Clubg Chap- ClQQS4Q'B,QS1HfS5 M300gCr'0f'Spiderg Member ' 1 , ' . , 122, I 5 k' - ' y ' . - . 4 2 ls, :,,, .v 13" ll . " 'A 1 , ' v -' y -' 9 '.,, f - '1 I, - ' - ' W , 1 y C . , 1 l , V L , 1 l .N Y A , W W ,N X W ' X l l A M M l 54 - l I . 5 I f F l I CIHO1' CABELL BEVERLY HATCHLT PHILLIPS Cofw Bell RICHMOND VX B fl Courxe Kappa Alpha, Preszdent Umversxty Players, Treasurer German Club, 25 Bubmess Man ager Messenger, 6 55 C J Class LUCIAN L1NwooD POWLLL Luclm CHINCOTEAGUE VA BA Course Mxmstemal Assocxatxon, Y M C L e L P I ' , ' L 4 Q . W' J 1, L, a I '. 5 ! . 1 f Z L 1 S f 4 f 5 J : L 5 E 9 9 L ' 1 . L N a L L I Z 1 L I L L L i N I w ' -L LLL-. L L L LL L LL L L If ll H yy ' 'z I ff-'Q L - V W ' , i 'C I L ,L L mf 'LLL Q ' : -'-- Wvj'Q, - .Y 1 Qi L" "N I V ' "" ,L M X J 1 H WA V . ' I , . WM A 1 L L L L Lf """f,iL1:gf E F5 V' A' A mL H fgY,Q'A Y, L Y Y, SIIIOI' Class CALVIN HOWELL ROBINSON ALBERT ALAN ROGERS B0 W :ll ONANc0ck VA Bfl Course Sxgma Phl llpsxlon, Om1C10H Delta Ixappa I' au Kappa Alpha, V1cePres1dent Student Government Assocmtlon Manager Baseball, batmg and Forensrc Councxl Cheer Leader 26 Inter collegxate Deb'1ter, Edxtor the De hater, 25, Assoc1atelEd1tor Messenger VVeb Staff 25, 26 Correspondent Collegxan, Treasurer Umversxty Players Secretary Jun lor Class, Hlstorxan Semor Class Tenure Team, '25 Mmnstenal Assocxatxon Secre tary and Lrterary Cntxc Phrlologxan Ilrterary Society wILsOv, VA B!! Course ExV1rg1ma Mnlrtary Instxtute Mu Srgma Rho Llterary Soclety Hall Debater Hall Manager Y M C A Sp1derBand l l l l l l l A v ff bv fr - ,J 'J - V, ' - ' L . - - 4 - . Yu f - r- , . . . . . , . I . , , ' . , f ," J ' O , ' w . '. ' ' - -7 9 I - . ' 1 , ' v 'i I , - . . ., , 26. 265 Interfraternxty Councxlg Presxdent De- - " , S r 1 . - ' , C . ' -, ' , . . lr' 'T S , v y , ' ' '. , 1 , 4 . , , . g - ' J. I n 1 1 u . 5 5 2 . .- ". I4 . . -" Q ' X V.: . l ' . ,l l , A , 56 ,!Vl,,.-A ,, -. f . Y Y .-,f 61'l101' Class GEORGE HOWARD SALOIXTONSKY Sally RICHMOND, VA BFI Course ohn Marshill Club Sglder-Band ANTRANIG STLPHAN STIIPANIAN Stcfue RICHMOND VA Bd Course Enghsh Asw1stant,J04 'gg Tau Kippa Al h Premdent Deb1tmg and Forenslc Coun cxl 26 Collegnan Staff Secretary Treusurer Tau Kappa Alpha League for Industrxal Inter Collegnatel Delnter ohn Mqrshall Club 1 l l ' w L l, , . , 1 , ll ll l 1 i ll l l ' . 2 lg l l W 3 ll I I l 4 ll 1 lf Q v E ll I f I ll I 1 N l l 4 - l P! 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X l .A Q 1 N w I I l A 57 h 'i f h ' Q5Q5ljffT2"i y il y1'Y l-hhhgsnfhhhh 'mzhifkw' CIIIOI' Class FREDERICK RALPH SVNANSON Po CUMBERLAND MARXLAND BS Course fB1l517l6'5.f f1d1fl1ll15fft1l101lj Phx Delti Omega V'1rs1ty Track Squad 23 Spxder Band 23 24., 25, 26 Manager Jun lor Basketball Maryland Club Slgma The ta Plu, Treasurer Semor lClass JOHN CHESTER SWANSON SFLUHYZEE, CUMBERLAND MARXLAND B I Course Phx Delta Omega l . - 7 l . , X l l l 1 l l l V' 1 l l ll . l , l . l ll 9 'l 1 l l I , X 2 l . l ,l S ' 4 . ' 1 , u pn ff 1 , , 1 !',- y a 1 K nik n . 'Y ' - , ' . . f . .J Q. .,,,4,- 1.- .1 - Y Y - - ' .1 . x Y J . .J . - - L 1 v V i - Q- - - rf Y H '- Y , V Y I Q 3 N- , ' ' W W , X . . . l 1 l . I l W A X . - gr -' l 1 K. W' . - l x SHIOI' Class JOHN UDRHZT TATLRI ILOYD I'lENRY UPP Johnny U Shell. RICHMOND, VA FLFICIILR OHIO B I Course BS Fouls: fBu.f11u's.v f1d7lI1lIl.fffl1fl0Ilj P1 IXZIPP1 Alpha Omxcron Delta Kappa Phx Delta Omega Y M C A john Mar Truck Te'1m, Varsxty Club Cheny Club shall Club 59 l . , ,, . U l i , l . X . l I X. l l ll 1 W K , A l l l l r 4 D H 1 l w N l 4 r J I 4 u :J rr W ' ,n 1 - , r - - 1 .f . ' 1 . 1 f' ' I' D ' -. ' Y' . ' . ' . 1 . - 1 x 1 i 'y ' ' ', 'y . C . - 9 . . . i . ' l , 1 CIIIOI' Class MEYER VITSIXY Vzl: RICHMON D, VA BS Course zzz Mcdzrzne Plu Alpha Varsxty football 23 Club Laborllory I structor 1n Cllemlstry IxLNNON CHRISTIAN WALDEN Ken RICHMOND B fl Coufse P111 LappafSxgma, Omxcron Delta Kappa Presxdent Student Government Assocxatxon Presldent Sophomore Cl'1ss Varslty Club Treasurer 25 yVax-sxty Baseball 3 2, 25, 6 Ass1stant1nB1ology Ass1stantBus1 ness Manager Web 5 Chnrman V1g1lance Commxttee 24 Vxgxlance Commlttee Interfraternxty Council, 24 Red and Blue Club l ' 'M-Y V V 'A 'Y Y C ' W ' ' ' Z ' " ' ' , l l l 1 l l l , 5, l ll 3 I lx , X l l l l i . ll w , . . l' ' ' l l ll ll '- l , ' X ll we X , V , 1 4 ' 7' IT ' JJ ff yj J . f A,--- " J , VA. ' : , A A .,Ja 1-324, 'qs.:aC C ' AAA+' H f Q1 . g Y. M. C. A. 5' Joh'nflYIgsllall'Clubg 'Varsxfyiffn " ' i Q W V ' ' 5 5 al N X My fwf' . 9 ' 9 '25- fl - ,'sh -C l' .'2,'4 W 1 i 7,1 ,G I .l .,. . - l. . .hs ' ' V , " 3 1 '-f l ,X-N4 l ,,21g 1. .. ' ',':5Q" S ','25: ' ' 1 . , H , -- v- ,-- 7 I 1 ' ' C lik " l- l ' ' 1' , ' ' ,Q 1 "Y'E. A N b , C l ' l V a C C , 1 ' 'ff V A 60 'YK V 2 ir VV i SWB,-,....- ,. , , lm., .,-, , M, l ill y ,R l rn I V 1 ,l ml , .rl lu l R in , I1 i l, 2 it VC. :l ll' l 1 l ll i w ml l '- . 3, l S6I'liO1' Class HARRY lVIORTON WALDRON "IVally" THAXTON, VA. V, BJ1. Course ' " 'V Spider Band, '23,i'z4 325, '2.6.g Football Squad, ,. W.-- - - 1- '24,g Mu Sigmp. Rho,'Litt:rary Socibtyg Chapi "L -'duStnaLDEmoCraCy'l'"U GEORGE CARY VVH1TE BA. Course Collegian Staf'f, Managing Editor, 1924.-255 Editor-in-Chief,,5925-26g Assistant Editor VVebg Tau Kappd Alphag League for In- lain, 'z4g Treasurer,y'z5g Ministerial Associ-if 5' ', ". l l western Succespful Sgilesman Club. ationg Fork Union Clubvg YJ M. C. A.g South-' 1 X- - V l lg' 1, l lu l i I , X 1 X ll R El R R l 4, , 1 , lil l 1 N l , l , ' ' l 1 1 , X., l C1'1lO1' Class '1 HLODOR1: BIARSHALL VVHITIIELD Gonnoxr ARMSTRONG VVILHINS RICHMOND Moxkou HALL, vx BX! Course B I Cvurse Alpha Delta, President Phllologxan Lxterary SOCICYV Inter Collegxate Debnter, Phxlolognan Debatxng Medal, 25 b , , , w l ' 1 l , , , , 1 1 4 4 V 2 4 - L 'V ' "Doc" " Wilkie" - , VA. ,, A V u . , . 1 I - all 1 V , HV Q . I . . A . , Q Y V V . l H ll l X , I i , 1 SCHIOI' lass ALFRED LAWRENCE WINGO DAVID EDGAR WOOD JR ll uzgy If oody MILFORD VA CHARLOFILSVILLE, VA B I Coulsl Phxlologmn Lxterary Socxety .flpplzmni for Ill .fl Dcglm BA Umvensxty of Rlchrnond, I9 Umon 'I heologxcal Semmary, 1925 Member of O D K Y M C A Amerxcan Legmn, Mu Sigma Rho Lmterary Society, 21 Parln meut'1ry Cr1t1c, '20, REPYESCHIHIIVC Alpha Phx IIps1l0n, 21 Inter Society Debate 21, Pres1 dent Mu Slgma Rho Lxterary Socxety, 2 Secretary MlH1SfCTl1l ASSOCIZIIOH, 2I Vxce Pres1dent M1n1ster1al Assocmtmn, 22 Mem ber Student Senate, 21 Secretary Student Semte Adjutant American Leg1on Post 1No 61 21 Honor Roll, 21 Presnlent M1 some Club 22 Member Y M C WA Culn net, 22 Over SeasClul1 20, P1edm0nt Club 20 Hall Debater, Mu Slgma Rh Socxety, 21 Parlxamentary Crntxc, 21 , , I 1. 1' l 1 7,1 ' I 3 fl 1 X 1 ll: l , 7 I 'I' 1 . Y l 1 1 1 1 ' 1 l 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 ' l , , 1 l 1 1 y 1 Q ll 1 1 J , rx lr' n nl! 1: ' , . i .V ' ': I D ,. I - ,. . ' ' " , 223 B.D., 1 1 on -:1 . 1 . 1 - . . ., .X . .1 ., , ' . Secretary Freshman-Class, 'zog V1ce-Presxdent D ' .. if A A . ' 2 Vt ' ' ', ,' 1 . 'I'-' ' ' L v . 1 '- I " ' ' ' 1 V ' r .,. . 1 "" . . , , 2 . . . , ' . . . .1 .t .1. , .' I , '1 2 1 '- 1 A 1 ,,,..,,f, 1 l l ' vyzzl I . 1 1 1 1 - 1 , I 1, , 1. .. l r v 1 '- , X . , - ., I 1 .- , ,WI 2 .. . .N . 1 . , 1 1 . ' , 1 Q., 1 . i N ' 1 , f . . . ,1Nf'f1 1? L ' 1 on 1 "N 1111! 63 The TTCIUZIIBTS fReprinted from Sunrisej ROBERT BARRET, Ex. '26. A moment more together In these corridors We hide, But, the steed is freed from tether And the ship sails with the tide: And soon through spnme and weather, On sea or saddle leather, To the quarters of the continent the company Will ride. Our pennon splits the vapor Of the mists that wrap the dawn, And the old scholastic taper Shows shuddering and wang But we're done with blackening paper And the petty classroom scrape, for On the highway of adventure there sounds our challenge horn 64 JUNIOR CLASS 11111015 Class Of6CeI'S W H ATKILS W Du.LoN J IIARMAb.sob. R ONLEY B CHFATHAM L Hur. P PA1 FESON C MINTER G PEARSONT VY I2 SLAUGHTER I' N TAYLOR ADKERSDNI FERGUSON FERGUSON DILLARD CHEATHAM BLoxoM Tm Lok ONLEY MINTFR l1Il101' Year Preszdent Ifzre Preszdent Seen tary Treasurer Hulorzan 'lnnual Reprfseniaizfve Sludenl Senalr SOpl'1OTI'lO1'e Year F'1'eS1'lTl'12.I'l Year 66 Prexzdent I :ce Prendeni S een tary Hzstorxan flnnual Representative Student Senate Preszdent Vzce Preszdent Secretary Treasurer Hutorzan Innual Reprexentatvve Sludent Senale J- . J. . ............... . ' - ' L. . - 1 Y ....A ........... . . f F. . ................ . . R. . . ................ . ' ' H. . ...........,... .- ' M. . " - ............ . . . . B. . - ..........,...... . ' C. . . .............. . . " - ' 7. '. .-....-.......- n ' M. P. PATTESON ................ . Treasurer M. P. ' .... ......... . A ' G. B. ' .............,. G. B. ................ . ' A. M. ........ ....... . ' - ' R. B. ............... . A. B. ................. . F. N. ' ................. . ' ' F. R. ............. J ' B. C. . ............. . . . unior Class History XCITEMENT, bustle, hurriedness, and a world dazzlingly new greeted the Freshman Class as it entered the walls of Richmond College in the autumn of 1923. The most V of us were gloriously ignorant of all happening around us, and for several days that laborious task of getting acquainted with conditions and classmates occupied our attention. We marveled from the beginning at the freedom and the spirit with which things are done in the college world, for withal, what is it but a miniature world? In early October, George Blair Ferguson was elected to guide us through the year, and by his sincere and thoughtful efforts our path was an open one. The culmination of his work as president came in the annual freshman banquet held at the Hotel Richmond on February 21, 1924. After the banquet the class was invited to the Winter Garden of the hotel, where we enjoyed the closing hour of the grandest social event of our college life. The curtain of time fell too soon upon the freshman year, but it was not long before we had again assembled to continue along the journey. There w-ere among us those new ones seeking the way, also, and as sophomores we tried to show them the code of manners and conduct which is followed here. The fall term passed quickly, and the work of winter and spring lay in the pathway. VVe turned our attention to the planning of some method for freshman regulation, and with some critical study of the situation, produced the "Rat Trap"-O cursed name l-which is destined to play a leading part in the future. Be it just that we take pride to ourselves in this lone instance! The junior year has now comel and is nearly past. We, as a class, have done little, but as individuals have contributed much to Alma Mater. A social function with the Junior Class of VVesthampton was held in February, and plans for another near the end of the session were under way. Hiter Atkins proved a worthy president and kept the class together with a true group sentiment. Nearing the close of the junior year we look back over it and, to summarize, it was happy, yet it leads to a brink ,that brings sadness. Some, possibly, have gained a "sense of values" and have really partaken of knowledge. We have browsed in the library over some of the poems and plays that for years we had felt a longing to read. We soon had a realization that knowledge is around if we will only grasp it. We may dare say that some of us have become open-minded and have really begun to see, dimly outlined, our place in society-far, but yet too close- beyond the college walls. VVe are, withal, a class of individuality. There are the delving scholar, the writer, the athlete, the philosopher, the player, the singer, along with the loafer and the fool within our group. The Class of 1927 should truly be well represented in all walks of life. VVe look toward tomorrow, the final day of our life in the college world, seniorhood, with a rising tear and a sob. The junior's day was happy, for we were without the woes of the senior, and were cognizant of the society in which we lived more so than the freshman and sophomore. But why should we brood in our Spring when we can leave that to our Autumn day. As Rostand says: , "Autumn more gently blends with wistful dreams." R. BENJAMXN CHEATHAM. 57 l1I110I' Class CARROLL H BEAL1: HLTBIPHREY R BENNETT FRANKLIN, VA BA Course Mu Slgma Rho Llterary Soclety Treasurer YMCA W1LL1AM H ATKINS RICHMORD, VA Phi Gamma Delta Assoclate Edltor Web 6 Presndent Jumor Claws, Senator at Large, Debatmg and Forensnc, Councxl Mu Sxgma Rho Lxterary Society, UHIVBFSITY Players, German Club 68 RINGGOLD, VA B 4 Courfe Y M C A Chatham Club ROBERT H BOWEN TAZEWELL, VA BA Course Southwest Vlrgxma Club 3 . . . .3 V . BA. Course - - - . I : . . . V 12 5 N . - - ' Junior Class IRA F. BOXVLES NEWPORT NEWS, vA. BA. Course Sigma Phi Epsilong Tidewater Clubg Red and Blue Clubg Y. M. C. A. ALVAH B. BLOXOM MAPPSVILLE, VA. B.S. Course fBusinc.r.r-.f4dmini.ftralionj Kappa Alphag Relay Teamg Varsity Foot- ball Squadg Varsity Trackg Treasurer of Freshman Classg Fork Union Club. WALTER R. CARLTON CENTER CROSS, VA. B.S. Course fBusine.v: Adminislrationj Kappa Sigmag Varsity Track Squad, '24, ,25 R. BENJAMIN CHEATHAM RICHMOND, VA. BJ1. Course Sigma Phi Epsilong Sigma Theta Phi. , ,,,, L1I1l0I' Class PETER H CLIIMENTS BA Course Pres1dent Southwestern Successful Salesman, 26 Mu Sxgma Rho L1terary Soclety Secre tary, 4 Hall Debater M1H1SfCfl3lASSOC1 atxon Treasurer, 26 LUTHER CLEMENTS NATHALIE, VA BA Course M1n1ster1alAssoc1at1on Y M C A Phxlo Mllxtary Club NICHOLAS T Cooks, JR RICHMOND, VA Br? Course Lambda Chx Alpha, Assxstant Manager Football 24. Freshman Baseball 24 john Marshall Club WILBERT CROCKER SUFFOLK, VA BA Course Phx Kappa Sxgma, Assocxate Edntor VVeb water Club l l , . . v L . . U W - I ' 7 Y ' . ' ,G I I . . . .- -' 1 1 1 . 4 1 . ' Q I . I 1 i P . . .U . 2 . i D' lg . - - , . ' , Y logian Llterary Soczetyg Chaplam Hargrave 125: Art Editor Web, '255 Y, M, C, AIS Tide- 70 1.1I1l01' Class CLARENCE M DINWIDDIE MONETA, VA BS Course fB1lJ'l7ZL'5.f fldmznznfratzonj Lambda Ch1Alpha, Southwest Vlfglnla Club W1NsToN F DAWSON RICHMOLD, VA BS Course fBllJ'l7Ic?.f.f Aldmznzstralwnj l RICHARD E DUNKLEY STUART, VA Pre Medzcal Courxe Lambda Chl Alpha CHRISTOPHER L DUNN ATLEE, VA BA Course J ' . , . . 1 4 , T 1 - . l x l 7 ":A""" 'W' R731 ' 771' ' T , ' ff -Y --Y ----W -- --'----- -.V ff D , 'Q l , ,,,,,,, , ,, , ,W M, Y Z ,,,,,,Y,7, f, VL f QU-VIA, Y ,MXH W W 11I1101' C SSS MACK L GIBSON GRAHABI S Goom: CORDOVE, s c BA Coursr Phllologxan Lxterary Soclety, Y M C A MINTER P GERRIAN BALLSTON VA BA Course Preexdent Masomc Club Fork Umon Club Y M C A Mu Slgma Rho Lxterary Socxe ty Mmrsterral Assocxatxon Northern Vrr gmxa Club MOSELEY VA BS Course Southwestern Successful Salesmen Club Phrl ologmn Lrterary Socxety Y M C A SAMUEL T HABEL JR AMELIA VA Mu Slgma Rho Lxterary Socnety Soccer Te'1m 24 Red and Blue Club Y M C A M1nlSfEf!Hl Assocxatxon Volley Ball Team . . , . ' . 4 I 4 u A 1 c l . Y , . . l . l B.A.Cour.ve 5 , , ,, u 9 n . . . .5 - 'Q . .. . . . ' .- , , , , , , . , -, . . , .... , .. 9 , 72 Junior Class L. JAMES HARMANSON, JR. ONANCOCK, VA. BA. Course Sigma Phi Epsilon, Assistant Manager Base- ball, '26g Secretary junior Classy Honor Roll Soccer Team, '23, '24g Eastern Shore Club Y. M. C. A. JOHN HASH CHANCELLOR, VA. BA. Course Track Squad, '25g Honor Roll, '23, '24, '25 Philologian Literary Society, Collegian Staff, ,25, '26g Scrub Football, '25, Y. M. C. A.g EDVVIN L. H.LXRTZ RICHMOND, VA. BJI. Course Glee Clubg john Marshall Clubg Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society. RAMON D. HARTZ RICHMOND, VA. BA. Course Glee Clubg John Marshall Club. HARRY L HILL GREENVILLE s C BA Course PhI Gamma Delt'1 JOSEPH E HICRS JR BALTIMORE Mn B14 Course Treasurer Maryland Club UIIIOI' C1855 MILTON G HITT CASTLETONI, V-X BA Course kappa SIgma Y M C A I-Iargrave MIlI tary Academy Club Interfratermty Councxl Mu Sngma Rho Llterary SocIety XXVILTON P Hoon RICHMOND, VA 4 25 BA Course 25 Track Squad 5 Honor Roll l ' 7 A n I L 4- , . ' ' 70 Y T . L I M, l . . Pi Kappa Alphag Football Squad, '23, '24, ' 3 , '2 : - 74 gi id I I ' ' faq L R ' u, fmfA-'AH - H 'ff ' 7""'7' HERMAN JOHNSON sou1 HERN Pmes, VA Pre Medzcal Coursr Lambda Chr Alpha W S JENNINGS RICHMOND, VA BA Course UI1101' Class LESLIE L JONFS RICHMOND, VA Sjreczal Student Phl Delta Omega Slgma Upsnlon Editor xn Chief The Messenger JOSEPH KINCANZNON ROANOKE, VA BA Course Phx Gamma Delta Tau Kappa Alpha S1 ma Upsxlon, Dramatlc Club Ph1lolog1an Lxterary Socxety Mmxsterxal Assocxatxon Southwestern Vlfglnla Club Treasurer Freshman Class, Inter Society Debater, Sec retary Sophomore Class Vice Presldent Philo logxan Llterary Soclety Inter Collegxate De bater, 21 Inter Collegxate Orator, 8 Wm ner of Best Orators Medal I9 .T ' 1 4 U 4 . 9 . g - 1 Q i I I lg' Q Q 5 4 ' - . ' .- I 0 5 - - 1 3 - .- Q ' 7 n ' 1 ' I 1 ' 1 , . 75 .-V7 . f -, Y .,' C " lf lll. , " , Y-'Wij "iff , Y L1I'1101' Class IXENNIETH F LEE PETERSBURG VA B11 Couru Phl Gamma Delta Football Squad 2, 25 Track Squad 25, Mu Sxgmx Rho Llt erary Soc1ety RICHMOND VA BA Coursrf Second Asslstant Manager of Basketball Collegnan Staff 24, 25 Class Basketball john Marshall Club GEORGE H MCGRAHABI GLENTX ALLEK1, VA BA Couru Lambda Clu Alpha T IR RCICRAII RICHMOND VA BA Course Phx Gamma Delta Y M C A john Mar shall Club Mu Sxgma Rho Llterary SOCIETY Annual Staff Photographer Philatelic Socxety 7 L ' . ' ' . ' ' , . '. l' 1. . ' 1 5 ' , ' M '24, ' - 1 , l . ' . ' - ! . Y K . 7 4 J. PARKER LAMBETH, JR. ' ' .Q . . .D .5 ' - 1 . ' V 1 : . 1 1 5 ,. . ' , ZSQ Q ' 3 I . f . Y Y l 76 l1I'1101' Class IRA A MCCARX JOHN P MCCOY ALBEIULNE, VA GRUNDY Course fliuxznesx Admznzmaizonj BA Course Baseball, 5 Theta Chl MARTIN J LOGAN RICHMOND BS Course leglan Assistant Busxness Manager Web l CHARLES Y MCDANIFI SOOCHOW CHINA BA Coursf Rnchmond UDIVCTQIIY Players Harlequm Club Messenger Staff Glee Club Mu Sig ma Pho Lxterary Socxety - ' . , VA. B.S. ' - ' ' ' ' . . ,G 1 'J - . , VA. , Theta Chig Assistant Business Manager Col- Kappa Sigmag Tennis Teamg Varsity Trackg : - 2 5 ' - 77 11111013 C1355 PooN LAM Mols. CANTON, CHINA Course fB1l517lL'55 Afl1nznzslralzrmj YMCA BASIL C MINTER MARTINSVILLE, VA BA Course Lambda Ch1 Alpha Student Senate Prem dent Sophomore Clase Varsity Football Squad Varsxty Baseball Interfratermty Council fll CHARLES H NIORCAN NFLSONT VA B I Course Phllolognan Lrterary SOC1Cfy COOPER L MYERS RINGGOLD VA Pre Mcdzcal Course Y M C A r J ' 3.8. - -' -- A' ' 12 ' S' A X , 'CIHIOI' Class A PAXTON Nrwcomn T J Norrswmza CLIFTON FORGE, VA EAGLE ROCK, VA BH Course T eta Chl Cross Country, 23 Southwestern Vxrgxnxa Club Annual Staff P1 Kappa Alpha Freshman Football Fresh 25, 26 Red and Blue Club man Baseball Soccer Team, 23 24, 2 Varsxty Football, 4 5 Varsxty Club Senator at Large Secretary Athletlc Assocra txon Treasurer Varsxty Club Southwestern 11 REIDF ONLEY Vu-guna Club PARKSLEY, VA B .4 Course B M Slgma Phr Epsllon Assxstant Manager Foot OTIS YLUM ball Spxder Staff Stenographer, 24 Eastern RINGGOLD VA Shore Club Tldevwater Club Y M C A BA Course Transfer Alderson Baptrst ,Tumor College wlll llll, J- ' - ' . . ' A ' , 1 ! ! , ' ' h 1 1 2-l'1 25: ' 7 . . . . , . . , 1 1 K 1 4 ' 1 1 , , 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 ' 1 51 ' J J . ' - - 4 2 1 3 1 1 - - S K - ' . ' 1 1 - 4 4 4 '. . l . I . . . . . 4 I . ' 7 . ' 7 . 1 1 ' ' Q ' . . . . 1 . , -i, ' ' 77 'Q Y - -- -- : N, WT - W- H vw, ,fi , ,,.,, -., i.-1 - ffqifgfn ,,,,, Y' W ,,, -1 L 1 C' gl' ' V' 1- - -- v'1.',QY: 'W ' "1 .1 " ' ' H' Junior Class CHARLES G. PEARSON NORFOLK, VA. Pi Kappa Alphag Circulation Department Collegian, 'zgg Vice-President Sophomore Classg Social Center Committee. MONCURE P. PATTESON Rlcl-nvmNn, VA. B.S. Course fkusiness fldmini.rtrafio1zj Phi Kappa Sigmag Sports Editor Collegianq Student Senateg Assistant Manager Basket- ball. PERRY M. PENNY BOWLING GREEN, VA. B.,-1. Course Y. M. C. A. GARNETT R. POINDEXTERH, JR. FREDERICK HALL, VA. BA. Course Philologian Literary Societyg Hall Managerg Ministerial Associationg Y. M. C. A.g Leader Student Volunteer Bandg Chatham Training School Club. ' LIIIIOI' Class HERRIAN M RICHARDSON RICHMOND, Bfl Coursr P1 kappa Alpha Baseball ohn Marshall Club ALBERT F RAGOZZINO NEW HAVEN, CONN BH Course Freshman Football Freihman Basketball M C A Varsm Bawketball 25 T RYLAND SANFORD IREDFRICKSBURG, VA BA! Course S1gm'1 Phx Epsnlon, Vwrsxty Football, 23, 2 25 Varslty Basketball Squad, 24, Vars1ty Baseball 25 Varsxty Club Chatham Tram mg School Club C AUBREY SAUNDPRS MOINETA VA Phxlologxan Llterary Socxety Mmlsternal AS socxatton Southwestern Vxrgmxa Club Y M C A 1 lll - VA. T . ' . ' ' s ,y24-v '25s J ' 1 ' ' ' - ' - ' '4, 1 . ' 7 . ' n y ' v . ' . ' , ' I 1 l . Y 1 ' L 1 . . . V I ' ' 3 ' . , 5 . . . , . ' . . . Freshman Trackg Cross Country Squadg Y. . . U 1 . 1 . I ' . . .5 'j . ,' . ' ' - ' ' ' 81 L1I'1101' Class H JACOB SHRIFVFS ACCOMAC VA BA Laura' Mu Sngmn Rho Lxternry Soclety W1LL1s A SHELL, In NEWPORT NEWS VA BA Course ExWaQh1ngt0n and Lee Umversxty S1gm'1 Upaxlon I RICHARD F SLAUCHTER IIAMPTONI, VA BS Coursr K1pp'1S1gma Football Squad 23 24. 25 Spxder Band X M C A Wu LIANI E SLAUGHTER BALTIMORE MD B A Courxr Phx Delta Omega Ass1st'mt Edxtor of the Messenger, Muyland Club Spxder Band J- . . . L , , Q , . -- L . v . . A . , I , , , ' ' ' 4 1 4 1 v 'n 1 ' Q 7 , .... . 1 , . ' . . . , . - 5 5 K . . . . 3 , ' . ' g . 82 ' "ini W' """""'A' wl'r"F',iY"f"F's1"' ' f, ' mn?" H' T - 1 ll A l lv , ,Y , W , Y , ,Y , jW.,V-- H ,Q 3. , PERRY M. STUEBS STAUNTON, VA. BA. Course WALTER L, SMITH PETERS CREEK, VA. BA. Course l1I'1i.OI' Class FRANCIS N. TAYLOR BLACKSBURG, VA. B.S. Course Phi Kappa Sigma, Freshman Football, Col- legian Reporter, '24, Sport Editor, '25, Man- aging Editor, '26g Managing Editor Spider, 'z5g Assistant Editor, '26, Philologian Liter- ary Society, Secretary, '26: Y.- M. C. A. Cabinet, ,251 Freshman Class Historian, Sophomore Class Historian, Track Squad, '24, '25, Spider Band, Southwestern Virginia Club, Interfraternity Council. LESTER E. THARPE LURAY, vA. BA. Courre Kappa Sigma, Student Senate, Track, '24, '25, 'z6. ' 33 ' QQ, ll ,Liv 1.,,11 - - -Y Y . I , I I ., .- - 7--f-------- I ,Im A,--,-i ------A-4- Junior Class J. MAURICE FFRININIER RoANoIcIz, vA. BA. Caurse LLOYD H. UPP RICHMOND, VA. BA. Course Kappa Sigma, Varsity Club, Varsity Track, Phi Delta Omega. '25, Varsity Football, 724, 'z53 Secretary Y. M. C. A., '25-'26. VERSER TODD RICHMOND, VA. B.H. Couru' WILLIAM R. VAIDEN BALTIMORE, MD. BA. Course Chaplain 'Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, '26, Assistant Business Manager Messenger, '25, '26, Ministerial Association. Hi --I .,., 3---. -- h--.4q T A-. A V- . ave- f UIIIOI' SSS ALMON V WARREN THOIXIAS B WAYMAA Wl'I'I' VA KILMARNOCR, BS Cow-,sg Br! Course Mu Sxgma Rho Lxterary SOClCty, Y M C A FRED W WENZEL LESLIE VVALTON RICHMOND VA rucumovn VA BS Course BA Con,-M Phx Delta Omega Spnder Band Collegxan Staff Physics Laboratory Instructor, 24 25 X I ' C1 Z . rJ'vA. .. ' : ' 5 ' 1 .' 77 , -. 35 .ir Junior Class T. EUGENE WEST DAVID F. VVHITE BACONS CASTLE, vA. BA. Course Ministerial Associationg Philologian Literary igcietya Eecgetary, 'z4.g Treasux5r,L?5b'2gg ee u ' ecretary '24 25? .... and Chapfil Pianistg ,Inteicollegiate Debater, Q25 BENJAMIN H. XIVEST RICHMOND, VA. B.S. Course fi?1l5i11l'5.f Adrninislraliorzj Phi Kappa Sigmag John Marshall Clubg Y. M. .C. A. 1' 'l I w T BRISTOL, VA. BA. Course Philologian Literary Societyg Y. M. C A Ministerial Associationg Bluefield College Club. H. STUART WHITE ONLEY, VA. BA. Course Y. M. C. A.g Eastern Shore Club .f 1, 7 - YW, ,, . r Junior Class JOSEPH J. WILLIAMS, JR. RICHMOND, vA. BA. Course Varsity Clubg Varsity Track, '24, '25g Scrub Baseball, '24, '25g Cross Country Teamg Mu Sigma Rho Literary Societyg Varsity Indoor Track. PHILIP WHITFIELD RICHMOND, VA. B.S. Course ' Spider Bandg Y. M. C. A.g john Marshall Club. M. EUGENE WILLIAMS FRANKLIN, vA. BJ. Course Phi Gamma Deltag Second Assistant Man- ager Football, 'z5g Collegian Staff, '26g Inter fraternity Councilg Tidewater Clubg South- ampton Club. MARVIN G. WILLIAMS BLUEFIELD, W. VA. BA. Courxa' l I I 87 ,Lili-Leagjllifffi e,e. ef. jfwff L C' Junior Class JOHN D. WHITEHURST WINSTON M. WOOD RICHMOND, VA. RICHMOND, VA. BA. Courre Mu Sigma Rho Literary Societyg John Mar- shall Clubg Southwestern Successful Salesmen Phi Gamma Deltag Assistant Track Man- agerg john Marshall Club. WILLIAM A. WOLFI2 CHILHOWIE, VA. Pre-Dental Course Bluefield Clubg Scrub Footballg Soccer Foot- ball F. T. WILLIAMSON C. SUTTON WOODSON RICHMOND, vA. RICHMOND, VA. BJI. Course BA. Course League for Industrial Democracy. Spider Bandg john Marshall Clubg or ' 'fer -is ff 88 Y. M., c. A. -- - -- 4 ff-,I fl- Q Q4 fQ,,lW.ll,7.--J' - SOPHOMORE CLASS SOPl101'I1OI'6 Class Officers S0phOH10I'e Year Prerldent Vue Praszdent Secretary PHxLL1Ps R SLAGLE VANDEGRIPT R VV EDWXRDS Ilzslnrmn CHAMBBRS SIIOCKI EX VVAYMAL SIBOLD R N SIBOLD VV E CULLERS I VV IXINCIIELOE I Ff6Sl'llT1an Cal' Treasurer Hlstorzan Izmual Rfpresentalzfuf Sludrut Senate Presxdr ni Ifzre Preszdr nt Secretary of xv R V VAUGHAN VV B PHILLIPS Ilznual Rrjbrfsefzlalzfzm Studrnl Senate ophomore Class H1story HFN we look baclnward through the haze of years and see ourselves once more as college freshmen, xt Vnll be ruth mingled feelxngs of admrratxon and amusement Who could but admxre the sp1r1t of a young man wtth hrs foot on the threshold of college as armed wlth a hxgh school drploma he starts out on the career of a conqueror? And certamly there are but few who are not amused at the feelmg of complete 'md 1mpl1c1t self conflclence whlch IS the unquestloned herltage of these youths Truly there are few experxences m hfe equal to that of bemg '1 college freshman We were, perhaps, as verdant as any Freshman Cltss has ever been and vsxth a feelxng of brotherly love and compasslon of kmd hearted and magnammous sophomores 1m mechately set out to mstruct ourselves 1n the hlgher thxngs of lxfe To our everlastmg credxt be lt sand that we learned quickly W1th1H 1 week every member of the class had at h1s finger ttps a wealth of mformatnon concernmg such tmportant thmgs as the exact number of knots rn a 90 VV. B. ................ . ' L. . ........... . . . . ' - ' VV. A. ' ............... . H. M. ' ........,....... . ' M. S. - .' ' ................ . ' ' T. B. ' ............ 1 ' R. N. ............... . Y . . ' , R. ............. . . J. H. POWELL ................. . Treasurer 'L' . I ' . . .y ' 1 an . , . . . . K I L a knot-hole, and the correct and accepted definition of a what-not. VVith these indispensable facts mastered, we felt that we had laid a most excellent foundation for a highly successful college career. But there were weighty matters to be taken up, to be shamefully specinc there were heavy trunks to be carried to the fourth Hoor. VVe labored with a zeal deserving a better cause, and were rewarded with aching backs and blistered hands. Such is the life of a freshman. During that first week more than one unfortunate pictured sadly to himself the ease and comfort of his home, and wondered if, after all, a college education was necessary to success. But we stuck and gradually we learned. VVe came back after the Christmas holidays somewhat accustomed to our surroundings. VVe were organized by this time, and the president, with certain other members of the class, held frequent conferences with representatives of our sister class at Westhampton. These meetings bore fruit in the form of the "Rat Banquet." It was held in the VVinter Garden of the Hotel Richmond, with practically the entire Freshman Classes from both colleges present. To say that we enjoyed it is inadequate. It was a night that cannot be clouded even when we remember the tyrannical oppression of the upper classmen after we returned to the campu.s The banquet was the highest point of our freshman year. The weeks sped by and we soon found ourselves facing commencement and then the holidays, We passed the summer months in different ways, as became different natures. Some sought needed relaxation after their strenu- ous mental exertions, some sought employment that they might bolster up depleted bank accounts, others continued their pursuit of knowledge which had seemed so elusive during the preceding terms. Fall found most of us eager and ready to return. Under the leadership of our newly-elected president, Phillips, we were prepared to mete out severe justice to the incoming freshmen. It was now our turn to command, and great was our delight in supervising the mental tasks of the inferior freshman. YVhat we had borne we now infiicted, and took unholy glee in visiting our displeasures upon unfortunate rats. Many were the parades that wound their way around the lake and up the hill where fair VVesthampton lies. To the Hampden-Sidney football game the freshmen gaily paraded, dressed by the sophomores according to their ingenuity in costume designing. But, as we had learned, so they also slowly improved, and gradually our kind and gentle guidance was withdrawn and the freshmen were accepted as worthy of our institution. We approach with reluctance the midpoint of our college career. Behind us we see two years of growth, and we wonder when the fruit will be borne. Unquestionably there has been im- provement, but have we, after all, accomplished so much? VVe may forget Boyle's law, but who will not remember the friends he has known and the years of happy comradeship we passed together here? And when the mighty alchemy of time transmutes these years into golden memories, we shall look back upon our Alma Mater with true appreciation of the place she has taken in our lives. M, S, SHOCKLEY, 91 SOPl'10l'I101'e Class S W ARRITT MARGO, VA BA Course W D BARR DALVILLE, v.-1 BA Course Lnterazy Socxety, Y Interclass Basketball Plulologlan A C BARNLTT MILLVILLE N J BA Course Alpha Delta, Mlmsterxal Assocmtlon, Dra matxc Club Y M C A Cabinet G A Bomqsy BOVSLING GREEN, VA B11 Course CA A BRADSHAW ICHMOND, A BA Course A Y 1 . . 1 K. . ,.. R v. 92 VV. C. BRANN VILLAGE, vA. B.S. Course Soccer Team. W. E. BROMLEIGH ASHLAND, vA. BA. Course Sophomore Class A. E. BRIDGER cARnsvn.Ls, vA. BA. Cqurse C Ministerial Associationg Y. M. C. F. W. BROWN, JR. mcx-uvxowo, vA. BA. Course Theta Chi. G. W. BURROUGHS RICHMOND, VA. BJI. Courxe 93 A Sophomore Class W T BURTOIN L C CRUMP RICHMOND, VA BA Course L E COOPhR MoNsoN MASS BS Course Yankee Club RICHMOND, VA B 4 Course Mmxsteual Assocxatxon M W COI'LAN RICHMOND VA B AI Course W E CULLERS BENITONVILLE A BA Course Theta Chl Phxlologxan Literary Socnety, Scrub Football Squad 7 . . . , . - .1 . , . . Q . . ' , . A , V . . - .2 . . . . I 94- X -' ,L V " ' Y Y Y , M l , I 'f - lu. . Y 4 Czrculmon OplI10l'I101'C C1855 E 'VI CURTIS E H DOGGINS PARlxVILLE, Mn CARET, VA B4 Cozuxz' BA Gown, Alpha Delta Phxlologlan Lxterary SOClEty X M C A Hqrgrave M1l1tary Academy Club Mxnlstenal Assoclatlon R H DEcKrR FREDERICK BURG B A Course Phx Gimma Delt'1 Mu Sigma Rho Lltemry Socxety Second Aismtnnt Mmager of Foot J W DAv1s JR LYINCHBURG VA Prr Medzcal Coufsz' Mmager of Collegmn 2 9 R W EDWARDS NEWPORT NEWS VA BA Courxe Ph1 Kappa Sigma Freshman Claws I-Into Staff 5, 26 Staff Stenographer Sp1der 25 Txclevsater Club Red and Blue Club Y M C A L l l 1 A . . - 5 . . . . V: , l . . 5 . - ' 's , VA.- ' . . 5 'A ' . I 3 . .. I . 4 - ball, ,25. V I ' ' I ' . K. c. .A y ,Sh l. ' l. 5 B u Busmess Staff, 'z.1.. rxang Umversxty Players, '25, '26g Collegian . - H2 ' : ' ,' : ' 5 Q . . 95 . 7: Sophomore Class E. EMROCK E. R. FERGUSON RICHMOND, VA. NEWSOMS, VA. BJ1. Course BA. Course Phi Alphag Debating Team, 'z5g Honor Roll, Alpha Deltag Philologian Literary Societyg '24.g Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society. Ministerial Associationg Y. M. C. A. O. W. FARY ' GLOUCESTER POINT, VA. B.S. Course fBu:ines.f Administrationj Mu Sigma Rho Literary Societyg Varsity Baseball, '24.g Varsity Clubg Red and Blue Club. Z. W. EPPERSON H. M. GARLAND I-IOPEWELL, VA. ROANOKE, VA. BA. Course B.A. Course Philologian Literary Societyg Second Assistant Ministerial Associationg Spider Bandg Mu Manager of Track. Sigma Rho Literary Societyg Y. M. C. A. 96 J. H. GARY RICIIMONIJ, VA. BA. Course W. T. GARY RICHMONIJ, VA. BA. Course Sigma Phi Epsilon Sophomore Class F. B. GOULDMAN l FREDERICKSBURG, VA. BA. Coursz' Lambda Chi Alpha: Mu Sigma R10 Literary J. H. GORDON RICHMOND, VA. B..S'. Course Kappa Alpha. 97 Society. G. V. HIARRISON RICHMOND, VA. BA. Course Sophomore Class A P HARTZ C J Honoooo WAVERLY, VA Ho BS Courxe fBus1ness Admmzslratzoizj I-AWRENCEVIU-E VA Plu Kappa Sxgma Freshman Baseball 5 BA Cfwfff Txdewarer Club Red and Blue Club Y M Mmxsterxal Assoclatxon Volunteer Band Baseball Squad 25 Scrub Football 5 D J HERMAN Dee RICHMOND, B A Course Correspondent Collegnan, 2 , Interclass RICHMOND VA BS Course Theta Chx Glee Club 24 B asketball NORTH EMPORIA VA BA Course KnppaS1gma Track 2 N . . D . .H pn -' ' g 4 , 72 5 . . 5 9 ' . . . . . . 5 , C. A. I , ' 9 I .ff U VA. ' Y 6. J. C. HARwooD, jk. H. F. HOKE , l ! ' .Q , Y . U l 'J , 5 98 ' s C so sl e sf.,- i, C! C sou J Sophomore Class W P I-IUNDLEY H R IQELLY mcHMoNn VA CULPEPPER VA B11 Course BA Course A P JARVIS RICHMOND VA B14 Course Kappa Alpha, Tenms Team J M HUNT C C KENNEDY MOUNT AIRX, RICHMOND, Pre Mcclzml Course BH Course r Pi ' ' . ' VA. VA. Theta Chip Fork Union Club. Theta Chi. 99 C. W. IQENT RICHMOND, vA. BJI. Caurre Kappa Sigma. W. H. KERSEY Honor Roll, RICHMOND, VA. 13.11. Course '25g John Mars SOp1'10!'I101'6 Class J. W. IQINCHELOE, JR ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. BJI. Caursz Ministerial Associationg Phi Delta Omega Philologian Literary Societyg Tennis Team, Red and Blue Clubg Y. M. C. A.g Secretary J. T. IQIDD SCOTTSVILLE, VA . hall Club. BA. Cozzrxc mo Freshman Class. E. IQLEIN RICHMOND, VA. B.S. Course Sophomore Class M. L. LEARY G. D. MATTOX DANVILLE, VA. D LYNCI-IBURG, VA. BA. CDW-YL' BA. Course Sigma Phi Epsilong Collegian Staffg Y. M C. A. O. A. LUNDIN, JR. RICHMOND, VA. B.S. Course John Marshall Clubg Laboratory Assistant in Physics. H. J. LITTLE H. R. MINOR RICHMOND, VA. NEWTOWN, VA. BA. Course BA. Caurse Y. M. C. A.g Philologian Literary Society. 101 Sophomore Class W T INIUSE W S NORMAN ORDINARY VA BISCOE VA BA Course BA Cours: Mu Sxgma Rho Llterary Socxetv Phxlologxau Lxterary Socxety Mmxstenal As socxatxon, Y M C A H G NOFFSINGER,JR BRISTOL VA BA Course Phx Gamma Delta Y M C A Counc1l, Collegxan Staff, 25 26, Mu Sxgma Rho L1t erary Socnety, Southwestern Vxrgxnm Club J C NEALE H C PETERSON JR LANESVILLE, VA RICHMOND VA Pre Mcdxcal Course B A Course Sngma Phx Epsxlon Varsxty Football 4 25 I02 ll xl ' 3 .... ' '25g - - 1 1 . ' ' - . . . . I . ,G , i 7 "' I Basketball, ,24, '25g Varsity Club. SOPl.'lO1TlOI'C Class R. G. PHILLIPS PETERSBURG, VA. E. H. ANDERSON RICHMOND, VA. B.S. Course fliusivzess fldminislrationj BJ. Course Spider Bandg Y. M. C. A. Phi Gamma Deltag Varsity Football Squad J. H. POWELL MYRTLE, VA. Phi Delta Omegag Treasurer of Freshman Classy Mu Sigma Rho Literary Societyg Y. M. W. B. PHILLIPS RICHMOND, VA. BA. Course Pi Kappa Alphag President Sophomore Freshman Senatorg Football Squad, Track Squad, '25g Cherry Club. C. A. R. H. POWELL, JR. BOYKINS, VA. B.S. Course fBusine.rs Adrninistrationj ClaSS9 Lambda Chi Alpha. '25: 103 Sophomore Class C W PUOKETT R C ROBINS RICHMOIND, VA SCHLEY VA Course fBIl5171E.YS flflmznzstratzanj BS Com-M Kapp'1Sxgma Varsnty Football '14 '15 Var s1tw Baseball, 25 Varsxtv Club LED RICHARDSON RICI-IMOIND, VA B rf Course T P REYNOLDS I W ROBINSON POWHATAN, VA RICHMOND VA BA Course B 4 Course Phxlologxan Llterary Socxety Mxnxsterxal As Kappa Sxgma, Freshman Baseball soc1at1on, Y M C A 104 ' ' . . , B.S.. va H ' . ', YI, I' 7 1"!'D 1 ! , ' . , , : -' - - .0 can Sophomore Class H S SAUNDERS M S SHOCKLLY IVOR VA STUART VA BS Caurrc fBusme:: Hdmznzstraizonj B 4 COUISL Ph1Kapp'1 Sigma X M C A Red 'md Lambda Chl Alpha C0llCg1'lIl Staff 5 6 Blue Club Tulesx 'ner Club Assxstant Eclxtor of Messfzzgrr Mu Slgma Rho Llterary Soclety Hxstormn, Sophomore Cl'1Qs Southwestern Vxrgmxa Club Red 'md Blue Club L T SHELBY RXCIIMOND, VA I3 fl Course T A SAUINDTRS JR R N Susow IVOR, VA ROANOKE VA BS Course fEllSl7lE.l'5 z1d1n1nz.rhal1o1zj B4 CDW'-'L' Ph K S S dA t tM Lambda Chx Alpha Presxclent Freshman 1 appa lgma econ gsm an anager Class Sophomore Senator Football 24 25 Bawlretball, 26 X M C A ' T lx B L b H ' IO mc , 5 'us et '1 25 l 1 A o o l n 1 l I ' J ' u n A l al Q I , ' ' . r . ' . ' J., 1 . . , . . . ., . , 1 , .. , 2 , g '. . W , ,,' , . 1. , . g . ' . T 1 . . - , . . . . , . . . ' .Q .5 4 . 1 - , . 4 1 1 . W , 7 . 7' ! I 9 . , . . . . , , I , , . 2 , . . , . N Q 'Q' ' , 'M' ' 'f'gf:,Ti"e""""' , , ,- 'jg',, Y ,- ,- I' ,l f ff - - 7-f- -h-+--fx 4- L "mf "' -W' 4-I fd Q ""'- -' ' 1 ji 'Y j "-' SOPIIOITIOTS Class L R SLAGLE E H STEPHENSON JR EMPORIA XA IVOR, VA BA Cowse Pre Engzncarzng P 1 amma Delta Freshman Baseball A R SPosE Maw HAVEN CONNI BS Course Varsity Basketball, 25 Y M C A Track Squad B L SOWELL E C TAYLOR BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINA RICHMOND VA Phllolognan L1terary Socnety Fork Umon BS Course fB1l.fl71B5.Y flrlmznzstralzonj Club I0 In . . l. . ' , 1 , ' . - . . ' " ' ' I h' G 5 + T . J A . ' . A . 1 . . - X , . . . ., , ' ' L , . . . . . . 4 r . . - - - - , . . 6 ,, ,,A,,,-3, ,,,,,,, Y ,.,n,fff'M- f-., -M ,Him ,U ,WY WW-- .H ff, -,..,,- . , W, ,M , , 4j,,i,f-1g'-i1': , 'ing F: ff , QU, Q W Q Iliff" , A W l - 0pl'1OI'I'1OI'e Class I H THOMPSON E T VAUGHAN JR RICHMOWD VA MICA, VA B 4 Course B A Course Kappa Alpha Ph1lolog1an Lnterary Soclety , Y M W A VANDERGRIFT CUMBERLAND MD Bfl Course Sxgma Phx Eps1lon Secretary Sophomore Class Mu Sxgma Rho Literary Socxety, Sec ond Assrstant Manager of Track Umversxty Players, Marylmd Club Y M C A A S ToML1NsoN K 1' WEAVER BERKLLY VA RICHMOND VA BAY Course B11 Coursz Phrlologxan Lxterary Socxety , Y M C A Kappa Sigma I . . . . , . - A , . . . . . . U ' 4 A ' , . I , - 1 'Q ' 'r Q . . . . . . . 4. 4 ' 1 - , . I07 4 Y -7 - . , A, I 4 1. W1 -.,- , ,,,,,,i-,,, i , - w . -- V ' - - - fl ' 'Y w- ,, ,, ,, A YWW7 J. B. WIGGINS FRANKLIN, VA. BA. Course Philologian Literary Societyg Y. M. C. A. J. B. WIGGINS FRANKLIN, vA. BA. Course Philologian Literary Societyg R. WILKINSON RICHMOND, VA. B.S. Courxe fliusiness .4d1ninistratio11j Kappa Alpha H. S. WILTsHIRE RICHMOND, VA. B.S. Course Hall Manager, Y. M. C. A. Phi Delta Omega. N. D. WILKINSON, JR. RICHMOND, VA. BA. Course Varsity Tennis Teamg McGuires Clubg Eco- nomics Clubg Y. M. C. A.g Sheik Cluhg Charter Member, S. P. C.g Custodian of the Yard-Stick. VV. WYNNE, JR. RICI-IMOND, VA. BA. Course 108 I FRESHMAN CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS L K RIT II'R PAUI SCAREOROUGII J J SLHLRIR AEEITT, G 1' AEIIT, 'W M ANDERSON L VV ARNN, J I ARRI1 r, S XV ATBINS, B H AUSTIN T H BAIGES, SALVADOR BALOERSOR, W W BARNES A S BARNS, W W BASIIIW T Q BEAR, MORION BIQGOR D A BENTE VV G BERLIAINT MORRIS BERLSTEIN BINNS 1' T BLANTON, R E B BOGGS, H I2 BOORER E C BOORER, R II BRADSHAW G BRADSIIAW K BRANN W C BRITTON, A C BROWN, I' W BROWN L C BUCHANAN D BUCRLEY M R BURTON, E P CARLTON CARLION, I' I3 CARSON, J P CASTER, L H CHENAULT, P B CHEWNING CIIILOERS D M COBB, R T COHN, J J COLLINS, G COPLAN M 'W CORSON W L CASTAXNTIINO A E COSALARO ALBEIX1 COUCH, C H COUSIINS B H CRAWFORD E M CREATH, W I' CRENSIIAW L G CRIDLIN C J CRIGIITON, J A TCS H1311 HSS OFFICERS PI 651411 nl D A B LGOR Pm' Pu vzdml E P BUAION SL fr rlmy VV L LEARI T U SAVAGF Sfudmzr Senan Class CRICIITON, VVM CROWDER C II CRUFE A M CUTCIIIN C L DAVIS, W DECRER R H DLNIIAM R O DIOGS, A B DIROIN H B IJODD L E DODSON, J L LANFS E VV EDMUNDS, H L LDWARDS, H M ISLAM, C R EPPERSON Z VV PAUI RNER, 1' FERGUSON, A B FERGUSON, I2 R FITCIIEIT H C I'OS'II:R FRILDMAN S L GAINES VV K GARLAND, H M GARY L H GASRIINS L O GATES E C GIBBON L W CILI J T GIVENS C W GOLDSTEIN GRIFFIN, S L HAMILTON, H I' IIANCOCR, I L HARRIS R N HOWLET1 I' VV IIOOO I3 H PIUNIT, J M IIIPES G E JACKSON JOIINSON JOHNSON R ICANE J T KILMOIN T KUIXG, C Lxcx W LAFRATTA C VV LAW, R C LLARH M L LEE P LEr P LEI' Y C III R011 LEFON J C LEVY S LOVING H LUERSSENI, MCCARI I A MCCIIESREI T MCCRAVI R MADDOX VV II MANN MARTIN J G MARIIN R S MATIIHASON N S MEADE I B MEILALI' R B MILLER C R MINOR H R MINTER C H MOODY M J MOULTJOY A MULIFRI J B MIFRS, C B NAUMANN O B NEALE H M NEALE J C BEELETII, E R NEWTON I' II NOFFSINGER H G NORVIAIN G R PA1N.O77lAN IZ M PARKER J B PARRISH, O H PARSONS, H W PAYNE, J A PENZOLD, C B PERRINS B B PHIPPINS I' M PHIPPS, R S PIT'Is R C POLLARD R A POOLE J M POPE R V POITER E B POVSELL J II RAWLINGS, W B REIIINOLDS, H C' REXINOLDS R O REYNOLDS, T REIIINOIDS W W RICE, W C RICIIARDSON L RICHARDSON T L RITTER L K T 7611511117 47l7l1llll Rzprcxenialz-vc H zstarzan ROBERTSON C ROELRTSON ROBINTS, R C ROBINSON VV Ross C J ROVE W E SANDERS H D SNNFORD SANFORD T H SAUNDERS, H S SAUNDrRS, T A SAVAGE T U SAVIIERS C I' SCARBOROUGII, P SHIROVE J SIIELEI L T SHELL W A SIII'L'10lN,B W SIIOCKLLY M S SIBOLD R N SIFVIRS, W D SLAGLE L R SIVIITIIER W C SNEAD B H SNOW, M P SPINDLE W T STEPIIENSON, E SIUEBS, P R SWINDELL S TAYLOR J A TAYLOR I' W TESSITORE, P TOWNSEND, J L TROLAN D M TUCRER, VV P TURNER, C A D VAUGIIAN E M VAUGHAN E T VVALTON, VVAIION, R E VVARREN J M WATSON W B VVEEE C WELLS G G YV'IGGINS J D VVILLIAMSON C VVILLIS, L S WONG M VV VVOOD, R L WOODFIN D WOOOLIEE A S WORSHAM W VVIIRNI-', VV . . vu' 1 . 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'I , '. . , . . , 4 l Freshman Class H1story ET us pause long enough to scan the monumental pages of the Freshman Class Hns tory, whose xmtxal date was September I7 I9 5 On that memorxal dav many youthful pxlgrxms, seeking the fountam of knowledge to satlsfy thexr de'-are for understandxng, and hopmg, to become benefactors and propagators of a lugher and a more ldeallstlc plane ot C1X1llZZlfl0l'l, anchored thelr vessels, and felt marooned on the shores of an unacquamted land, whlch, after lmmedlate eacploratxon they found to be the Un1vels1ty of Rxchmond Approxxmatelv 050 unseasoned but ambmous lads cast thexr lots w 1th thas great xnstxtutnonal brotherhood Thexr conceptxon of college lxfe as a second paradnse was soon substantxated by a roval receptxon, gxven by the chtvalrous Sophomores WVel come' Freshman, sounded the umversal herald of llltlI'!l'lfC welcomers After gaxnmg acquamtanceshlps of our honored frlends, and bexng properly nnformed how to operate showers secure meal tnckets, extmgunsh llghts, and conduct ourselves as gentlemen, we were presented the prlvllege of matrlculatlon, w lnch we had aw axted wlth tremendous anxxety and eager antrclpatron The Freshmans contentment and the Sophomores chxvalrv contxnued only untxl the latter had sufhcxent tlme to impose hns Cxvxl VVar furmture upon the former So an expressxon of thelr apprecxatxon for our patronage, and as an xndxcatron of thexr own Sif1Sf'lCt10Il, our gallant protectorates expounded an unusually fascmatnng story of a magmficent ltopxa xmmedxately beyond lake Hellespont, where many rom rntxc and adventurous Leanders had become charmed by the rare beauty of Hero and the redolent atmosphere of her prodngxous Eden, and were unable to return to thexr native abode Our Guardxans, havnng decxded xt was txme to famlllartze us wtth Sexton and to formally xntroduce us to the Multxtude of Heroes, rudely awoke us one peaceful mght while we were enjoylng a pleasant repose and qulckly assembled us 1n a m1l1t1rv fashxon to prey ent any of us from falling ln our attentlon The lme of formatron was adequately guarded At the command, "Forward, March' we began the journey, not knowmg where we were goxng Aided by mstruc tlons and prompted by threats, we quxckened our steps and soon reached our destxnatxon O account of nnadequate llghtlng facxlxtxes we were able to observe llttle, but never before m the lustory of our lxves has our xmagxnatlon worked so wonderfully Before an amused and xndulgent gatherlng of gurls we were requested to demonstrate our talents of oratory declamatxon, reaclmg, snngmng, and proposmg, but wlth each demonstratxon our captors became more disgusted, untnl Hnally they gaxe up m despaxr As the succeedlng days passed with the swlftness of Mercury, tlme for organxzatlon ap proached Polmcal factxons were created, excxtement stxrred the souls of both candndates, and voters However, COIIIPFOITIISCS were made, and the elhclent Mr Rltter was elected for the presrdency Preparatxons for the Rat Parade were made, but unfortunately the parade was postponed twxce Fmally at the Hampden Sldney game, we, adorned wtth comxcal decoratlons, found ourselves amusmg a massxve crowd of spectators, and cheermg our team on to vxctory Fall examlnatxons soon followed, and after enduring them for a week, we departed for home Of the holldays we have record, but after a brxef 1nterval of recuperatlon we found ourselves reassemblxng and readjustlng ourselves to regular routlne N xt under the supervnsxon of Presldent Rztter, we began preparatlons for the annual Rat' Banquet Commlttees were organized, and duties prescribed, whlch were performed wxth unusual enthusxasm At the tlme of thxs wrltlng, we are earpectlng our Banquet to be far supernor to all prevxous ones IH the qualxtzes of orrgmalxty and umqueness Ah' Our revels are ended The call to blgger endeavors has sounded, and these lines, to posterxty, will only be remxnxscences of the brlef evcpertences of our Rat" career Those who have endured wnll soon be awarded the opportunlty to ascend another rung, and be robed vuth the dxgmty, prxde, and glory of a noble Sophomore Wxx11AM L LFARY nz 1 1 , ' L l ' 1 . . . 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CLUB OI rILLRs joux U FAILM Pzmdmzl ASIIBE M Cook Ifzcr 1'n.vzduIl LI SII R I1 TIIARPF .Sfnctary lxrrvxoxr C VVAI DI IN Tnaxmcz 7 II L ARIIIUI A B BIOXOM A M CooR S L CREAIII VV R CxRI'Iox ICE DEMOIIIP II II DUNISMORL O VV IQARX R J FLEMING X H Goonn J C GREEN VV M GIBSON VV C MCCORRIE Cnfwiruns . M. MILLER . . . M. MILLER . . . L. CREATII . . . . H. Goomz . . . FRAINR M Dolzsow Coadz FACULTY MI IxIIa1'Rs II B Ilxxm T R MIILIR V S LAWRINCI B WLsI I mn S MLNIIL L B WIIIIMIIAM ACTH E Mrmnrns D M MIILIIR B C MINIIR I U 'IAIUM L F TIIIXRPF K C VVA1IJlx VV R BLNIIIX I DIIIQIR VS DIIIOK Nrvscomu C Ronws SANIORD SXNTORD MIxrR VIISRY VV R GALVIN C I1 PIOSIIKLL 1923 26 . . Ioolball . . . . Baskcllzall . . . . . Basrball . . . . . . Trad . . . IIS I I M MIIIIIWI x ROEIIRSON Rousn RACGOIIINO Sposa PFFLRSON MARIIN I VVILLIAMS F PIXMIIIOX J M TRIMlN1l:ll N SIBOLD VV SIIIIIOX. A PXRRLR fllznzzzgm I . . . . C. E. I-IosIIALL . . . . J. M. MAHANI-I . . . . C. H. ROBINSON . . . . . J. C. GREEN Varslty Club VK. . ' 2 F. . .. 'JE ' . . " I . . . I J. . . 2' . . , .' , . . "3 C. H. ' . . A 'V . .. I I A. F. . .I . . .I .' ,I '. . . A. L. 1 h . . I H. C. .' f .' '. f. . r C. .. I C. B. " . . I ' J. '. I J. . . . 1 ' .' A. P. If I'. 4. I H, R. . . . J T. R. .If R. . . . T. H. I B. . - II . . ',: I'z " ' . I ' ' D : . D S V , NAME T-l. L. Arthur . . . A. B. Bloxom .. A. M. Cool: S. L. Crrath . . VV. R. Carlton .. Joe IJeMotLe . . . H. H. Duusmorc O. XV. Fary .... R. J. Flomlng .. V. I-I. Goode J. C. Green . . . . NV. M. Gilvson .. XV. C. McCni'klo D. M. Miller .... Newr-omll . . ... B. lj. Mintor J. U. Tatum . .. L. E. Tharpe K. G. Yvalclon .. XV. ll. Bentley . . C. L. Dillon . . . J. XV. Dillon .... A. P. R. C. flulxins .... T. R. Sanford . .. T. H. Sanford .. M. E. Vitsky XV. R. Galvin .. C. E. l--loshall . . . J. M. Mnhnnoy . C. H. Robinson . P. G. Rouse ..... A. F. Rziggozzlno A. L. Sposa .... H. CY. C. B. J. J. I-I. F. J. M. B. XV R. N. L. A. Potfrson . . Martin .... XVilli:inis . . Hamilton, Jr 'ilfrimmor . . . Shelton .. Sihold . , . Parker . . Varsity Club Statistics TO MARCH l, 1926 PREP Oli HIGH SCHOOL Chiltllkllll H. S ..... Fork Union M. A... Onzuu-ook H. S.. . . . Clmtlmni T. S. ...... . CL-ntox' Cross Ac-arle-niy .. John Marshall H. xVl!SllhZ1.lYll'bil0l1 H. S.. . . Avllillos H. S.. ...... . New Haven, Conn., I-l. S... lilizitham Il. S. ...... . Crevvu H. S ........ . Baltimore, Md ........ Johnson City, Tenn.. . Lyn:-hhurg H. S. ..... . L'l11iLl1uln T. S. ...... . John Mal'Sha.Il Il-l. S.. Fork Union M. A .... . John Marshall H. John Mm-slmll 1-1. S.. Fork Union M. A .... . Fork Union M. A... Clifton Forge H. S .... Glour-ester H. S .... Chatham T. S. . Chatham T. S. ...... . John Marshall II. John Marshall l-I. S.. Fork Union M. A.... Clifton Forge H. S .... Onzmc-oc-lx: ll. S. ...... . Bluefield College ...... bull bull 'i 3 0 1 . 1 . . 31: -lc 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 .. . . lm lm .. . . lm New 1-lavun, Conn., H. 1 Now Haven, Conn , H. 1 John Marslizlll H. S. ..... Bluefield College .... Atlee H. S.. .... . . Chatham T. S. . Roanoke H. S.. . Cluitlimn H. S ..... 1 1 Fovk Union M. A.... 1 Carson H. S ........ 1 1 6 1 LE'1"l'ERS XVON Foot- Basket- Busc- lmll Tm:-k 3 1 2 34: 1 1 1 . 1 21: 1m 3 . 1 2 2 .1 . 1 1n'x 1 1 1 1 1 1 II7 CAPTAIN INIILLER 1 I W ' FOOTBALL SQUAD Lefi to right, scaled: SIBOLD, J. D1L1.oN, PETERSON, BENTLEY, R. SANFORD, Vx'rsRY, MCCORKLE MILLER fCapt.J, Nawcomn, GOODE, WITTEN, RoR1Ns, TRIMMER, GIBSON, Hoon. Standing: MINTER, PENZOLD, CoNsTAN1'1No, BETHEL CAsst. Coachj, CARLTON, N. SANFORD CULLERS, ALI.EN, TROLAN, DoBsoN CCoachJ, T. SANFORD, HASH, ANDERSON, BENTE, Hovcoon, BINNS, T. Mu.LuR fAsst. Coachb, Worms, SEAVVRIGI-IT, HOSHALL CManagerJ. Football. 1925 OFFICERS D. M. MII.LEv. . . . ..... .... C aplain C. E. Hosmu. . . . - Maflayff F. M. Douson . . . Coach LETTER VVINNERS V. H. Goomz . T. R. SANFORD . . R. R. ROBINS . . T. H. SANFORD . . J. E. DEMo'I"I'E . E. H. WITIEN . . H. M. TLRIMMER . J. VV. DILI.oN . . VV. M. GIBSON . . D. M. MILLER . . . . Guard Results of Games for 1925 A. P. NEwcoMn . H. C. PE'rExsoN . M. VITSKY . . . R. N. Suzoum. . . . . . . . . Sept. 25. N. C. State at Raleigh ..... Oct. 3. Lynchburg College at Mayo Island . Oct. Io. Virginia at Charlottesville .... Oct. 17. Johns Hopkins at Baltimore . . . Oct. 23. Randolph-Macon at Mayo Island. Oct. 31. Duke University at Durham. . . Nov. 7. Roanoke at Roanoke ..... Nov. 14. Hampden-Sidney at Mayo Island . . Nov. 25. VVilliam and Mary at Mayo Island Schedule Sept.25.V.M.I.... Oct. 2. Duke University . Oct. 9. Navy.. . . . Oct. 16. johns Hopkins . . Oct. 23. Randolph-Macon'. . Oct. 30. Roanoke . . . . Nov. 6. St. Johns .... Nov. 13. Hampden-Sidney . . Nov. 25. VVillizIm and Mary . for 1926 119 Richmond . o .. 7 ..1o ..o .22 . . O . . O . . I2 . . O . . End . . . End and Tackle . . Tackle . . Tafklz' . Guard . Guard . . Cfrzler . . Centm' Quarfrrbafk . Ilalfbark . Ilalfbafk . Fullbark . Fullbafk Ojrpyrzrlzlx zo 5 19 7 o I0 6 o I+ . Lexington . Richmond . Annapolis . Baltimore . Ashland . Richmond . . Norfolk . Richmond . Richmond Football 1925 Statistician dealing in cold, ungarmshed facts would hardlv be tempted from a survey of figures, to give the Spider eleyen of I9 5 a yery flowely page in the annals of grxdnon history I he were to do so he would prob xbly feel the neces sity for spicmg w1th the age old salt of alxbl Admittedly, comparative scores of the nine games played do not place us ni a very fayorrble light for of the nine only three came our way Prospects at the outset of the season were gloomy Forecasters took great delight in croakmg, through the press, about the apparent downfall of our chances At no time during the season did the number of the squad exceed forty fue or filty men, and for the most part, it was composed of green material But when the final game had been played, when the Spiders had been seen in action, when the quality of their fight against heavy opposition hid captivated the attention of spoxts w rxters then the tenor of the gloomy forecasters was changed Steadlly the Richmond team guned IH prestige as the season progressed Especiallv are the lrst two games of the season deservmg of mention those w 1th Hampden Sidney and William and Mary On November 14. the VV1ld Tigers from Death Valley, after an hour and forty minutes of close contact with our team, changed their attitude consider lbly We won I2 to o The last great battle beggars descrlptlon Those who were unfortunate enough not to haye seen it, can never hope to know what it really was Let xt be said that although we lost, the greatest hopes placed in oul team were yusuhed in tl1e fight they d1splayed in the 1ll'lI1lxSglV1I'l1-5 classic 'The spiders opened the season by dropplng a one sided game to N C State 1n Rxleigh Unable to play freshmen 1n this game, and crippled bv the loss of Cxptaxn Mxller for the mayor part of the conflict, the Red and Blue lost by the score of zo to o lVIeet1ng Lynchburg College in the first local encounter, w ith the dope placing the two on an equal level, the Spiders drew their first blood of the year w hen they nosed out a 7 5 xxctory On October IO the Spiders clashed with then old opponents of Charlottesville At the end of the first quarter, strengthened by numerous 9Ul1StltLltlOl'l9 Dobsons lads tightened, and from then on the advantage was theirs An approach to the ten yard line failed to materialize ind the game ended 18 to o in favor of the State eleven Although Richmond probably outplayed johns Hopkins in the next game of the season from the point of yards gained and fight displ ryed 1 long sixty yard run for a touchdown during the second half gave the Marylandexs a VICIOFV bv a count of 7 o In perhaps the slow est game of the season, Richmond downed Randolph Macon by the score of 21 0 The Richmond goal was never in danger, and it was something of a surprise that the scole was not lalger Penzold s kicking was a feature of the contest The Spiders lost to Duke University ot Durham North Carolina, by the score of IO o the following Saturday Only for one l71'1Ef moment did the Spiders shine, a short attack per the aerial route offering the only break to the advance of the Carolina combination The game w 1th Roanoke College w as the beginning of the Spider climb to glory Given a rousing send off by the student body in tht Union Station Building, the Spider warriors kept their spirits up so well that they held one of the best collegiate teams of the state to one touch down The game was played on a field of mud which hampered the actions of both elevens To try to name individual stars among the fourteen men who were awarded letters for foot ball would indeed be d1Hacult They were all stars Perhaps Captain lVI1ller should be gnen personal mention Although due to an injury to his shoulder, he was demed participation ll most of the games, his influence on the men in the line was wonderful He imparted to them a new spirit when he was able to resume his herth at quarter, and his presence was one of the outstanding factors Ill our games against Hampden Sidney and VV1ll1am and Mary Among the post season honors which came to our team was the election of Miller and VV1tten on the All State team of the Richmond Times Dispatch XVxtten was also named unanimously by a large group of l'lI'g1I1lZ.l coaches as the best guard in the state 140 4 . 4 Q ' ' . 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V 4 4 . 4 ., 4 . . 4 e 4 . 4 . 4 ' 1' 4 4 4 y'. - 4 . 4 . ' ' . 4 4 ' ,. . . . 4 4 4 . CAPTAIN INIILLER 121 Front row, left to ugh! Pnrnnsor., RAGGOLLINO, MILLER CCaptamj, DLMOTIE, Sposa Back ro-w SIBOLD, COACH Dousox, DILLOV, Fuzmxxc .' . f , 1 rf ' 4 - T 1 . L A L . D M MIIIER I MOIIJR MAIIIIMI FRANlx M Donsox HFRBILRI PI IERSONI CARL SEAWRIGIII JOF DIMOIII L xIvI R511 I URIVIRSIII UNIVIRSIII I vIv1 RSIIX UNIVI RSIIX URIVIRDIII UNIVFRSIFX UxIvrRsI1I L XXVI-RSIIX URIVI RSIIX UIXIVI RSI I I ITNIVFRSVIX L BIVI RsIII UNIVI RSIIX Uxlvl RSIIX I XIVERSIIN L RIVI RSI I I IIvIwRsI1x UNII I RQIIX UNIIVPRSIIX UYIVFRSI I I Basketb all 1926 O1 I ILLRS LETTER r0lfLUI1Id Im-uani Cum LII LIASRIRS WIIX rx ERS IAYLOR SANIORD AI Srosn DIWI: MIIILR Guan RI LORD or SPIDER 11Xl FUR 1926 CACI' S1 ASO RICIIMONID RILHMONIJ RICHMOVIJ RICHMOND RICIIMOND RICHMONYD RICHVIOIND RICHMoxD RICHMOND RICHMOND RILIIMONIJ RICHMOND RICHMOND RICIIM0xD RICHMOND RICIIMORD RILIIMOLD RICIIMDNID RICHMOND RICHMOND RICIIMoxD 1 -1- 'O bPIDI R N 1cIoRIns Pow rs ScoRrD- SIIIDI RS oo I 1 173 MDDICAL COIIFGE IVIARXIANID XVIIRI1 rORFS'1 CJLORGE VVAaI11xG1ox VVIIIIAM AND MARI RAVDOIPII MALONJ Lx 'QCIIBURG IIIIMPDIN SIDNIFI WIISIIIRCIOR MD LII Caplazn Illanagrr Coarh C1 nm Guru d Guard 1 VIRGIxIA MIIIIARII IxsIIrU'IF VIRGINIA P011 IICIINIC IRSIIIUII WIRCINIA RARDOLPII MACOXJ QTLVFYS IECI1 ROIXNORE BRIDCIWIII-R Dum: IIAMPDIN SIDNFX GUIITORD Lx NCIIIIURG MEIJICAL COIIEGI VVILIIAM ARD MIRI X Ic1 ORIOUS OPPOX I ws OPPONLIVIS 'Q 0 1 1 4 Y '1 . 2 ......... . fr . A ..f . . . . . . . . . aa ' ' I .......... ' -I 3- I ,I 5' fs- ,I 2: N Tg Z""0lf - . ........ 59' ' . ' ..1' .... . . . . ...Q "3 "ov 1 I' ........ 4' . ........ . . .30 I I "'0F . ........ 39? ' " ' .' ......... . .23 TI 5 "'0IP ........ 235 V ' . . . . . . . .28 I' I OIF ........ 305 I, I ' ..... . . . I9 ' 5""0F I ........ 295 I I -- 'I . .... . . I .36 .I . " OF I ' ........ 355 'I I ...... . . . . .16 .11 "mf 'IJ ...,.... 35- 2- '.' 3 'MOI' ........ -5 11. . I . . . . .35 UNIvIsRsI'I'I' OF RICHMOND ........ 22? I I' . " ' .I '. . . . . . I6 5 'HOF - I ........ 265 - I ' "" . . .27 ,II 5 014' 'V I' ........ 285 ' I I . ......... . . . 56 . I "or 1 ........ 505 I -- I . ....... . .21 7' 5 'HOF I' ........ 4.15 I'f .I H I . . . . . . . . .31 5 "'0F ' .' ........ 37? '- . ..... . . . . . . .35 I "'oIf . I' ........ 5.15 .I IH: I ....... . . . 27 : "'0If - ' ........ 425 '- . .......... . . .30 " I 'mmf 'I I ........ 485 ' I- ........ .28 T, 'Z OI' A I ........ 355 ..: . .......,... .29 .I 'i2"'0I' ........ 585 ' I . ......... . .27 I 3 OF ........ 465 I .. I ........ .2- I I "'oIf I' ........ 305 I 5 I ' ....I. . .23 ' 6 ' " - ........... 165 V ' . . . . . . . 6 5 ........... 8 5 11' . ........... 6 8 Basketb all, 1926 LAYING whirlwind basketball from the start of the season to the finish, the University of Richmond cagers for the third consecutive year annexed the quint collegiate championship of the old dominion, and finished the the 1926 campaign with an enviable record. The Spiders, with five lettermen back from the victorious five of 1925, 'P . . . . . . . smashed their way to V1CtO1'y in sixteen games, suffering defeat in six. -s il ' Only one game was dropped to a state rival in the collegiate division. Randolph Macoii, whom the Spiders were slated to beat by a comfortable margin, upset the dope byihumbling the red and blue quintet by the score of 36 to 29. But the Spiders, after their defeat at the hands of the Yellow Jackets, buckled down to real business, and played sensational basketball thereafter. Even V. bi. I., conquerors of Virginia, fell before the onslaught of Coach Dobson's charges while, Stevens Tech, hailed as the champions of New Jersey were completely bewildered by the brilliant pass- ing and shooting of the Spider team. A northern trip was taken early in the season. lVIaking George Washington Uni- versity as their first stop, the red and blue cagers met an unexpected defeat at the hands of the Hatchettites. On the following night lVIaryland set the Spiders back with a 30 to I4 loss. The Spiders conquered Hampden-Sidney, Lynchburg and Nledical College, and VVilliam and hlary twice, while Roanoke, Bridgewater, other state opponents, met a similar fate, Virginia, Wasliiiigtoii, and V. P. I. defeated the locals. Besides playing a consistent game throughout the year at forward for the Spiders, Herbert Peterson proved his ability at shooting baskets, and as a result led the cage scorers of the old dominion with a grand total of 231 points, the largest amount ever accomplished by a Spider player. Three Freshmen, Carl Seawright, Taylor Sanford, and Lee Gaskins, came through with the goods this year, and aided the Spiders materially. Each made his letter. Al Spose, adroit guard of the Spiders, and Dave biiller, captain, culminated their careers as members of the red and blue cage team. Their work at guard cannot be overestimtated. 12.1. CAPTAIN COOK 125 BASEBALL SQUAD Left to rzght .vzttzng R SANFORD BELL Duvsmoke B MINTER S CREAIH F Cook MILLER Standzng DOBSON fCoachJ Roman fManagerJ, RICHARDSON FARY Rouse, A CREATH BALL Rosms Honcoon MILLER fASSlSt3Hf Coach! L , N ! ' 1 ' . 'l ' - .v J 1 1 - 1' 1 - A 1 4- 'J ' WALDEN, A. Coox, L. MINTER. . : I I I ' I T r J I . I G. F. O. W. FARY . Baselaall. 1925 Coon .... .........,. W. H. ROPER .... . . . . F. M. DoEsoN . ........ . LETTER WINNERS . . . Calclmr B. C. MINTER . . . Coach . . . Captain llfluruigfr . . . Cafcllfr P. G. ROUSE . . . . . Shorlslop G. F. COOK . . . Srcmzd Base P. A. CREATH . . . . Third Base D. M. MILLER . . . . First Barn S. L. CREATII . . . Piirlmr A. M. Coon . . Oulyield R. C. ROBINS . . . . Oulfizld L. MINTER . . . . Pitrlwr H. H. DUNSMDRE . . . . Pifrhfr K. C. VVALDEN . . . Onlfiuld RESULT OF CEAMES FOR IQ25 A Richmond 0f7fI07lL'lll.l' April 1. Naval Academy . . . 8 5 April 2. St. Johns . . . . . 2 1 April 3. Maryland . . . . . 6 9 April 4. johns Hopkins . . . 9 5 April 8. Medical College Va. . . I9 1 April 10. Bucknell C5 inningsl . . . 4, 4 April 13. Pennsylvania . . . . . 2 5 April 14. Yale 410 innings, . . . IO IO April16. Wake Forest . . . . 1 14 April17. Maryland . . . . . I4 4 1'1flI'll.?2. Lynchburg . . . . . 7 4 April 24. Bridewater . . . . . IO 4. May 2. VVilliam and Mary . . IO 9 lllay 6. Randolph-Macon . . . I5 7 Ilflay 7. Guilford . .... . 4. 8 May 9. Hampden-Sidney . . . 7 4, May 18. Hampden-Sidney . . . 7 4 May 20. Vllilliam and Mary' . . 7 4. May 21. Randolph-Macon . . . o 2 Total . ..... .......... . . 141 IOS SCHEDULE FDR 1926 Mnrrh 25. University of Maryland .......... CoLLEf:Ia PARK lllurrh 26. St. Johns ....... . . ANNAI'Ol.IS Marrh 27. Navy . ......... . . ANNAPOI.lS April 5. University of Pennsylvania . . STADIUM FIELD April 7. Princeton University . . . STADIUM FIELD April 10. Hampden-Sidney . . . . STADIUM FIELD April 14. Virginia Military Institute . . . . LEXINGTON April 15. Washington and Lee . . . . LIIXINGTON April 20. Lynchburg . .... STADIUM FIELD April 23. William and Mary . . VVILLIAMSEURG April 28. Bridgewater . . . . STADIUM FIELD April 30. Hampden-Sidney . . . . . . . FARMVILLE May 6. Virginia Polytechnic Institute .... . . . STADIUM FIELD May 15. VVilliam and Mary .............. STADIUM FIELD Randolph-Macon Games Pending. 127 Baseball 1925 T w as a great collection of baseball players that sported the colors of the Unry ersrty of Richmond rn I9 5 It was a team that won frme for rtself not only at home but also on forergn fields And rt was a team that captured for the thrrd successive season the rntercollegrate championship of Vrrgrnra Coach Dobson found seyen letter men from the 1974 nrne on deck when the call for practrce was trumpeted early rn March Ihe veterans returnrng to college were Sam Creath and Len Mrnter, prtchers, Dave Mrller first base Captarn I'red Cook, second base, Scrap Creath, thrrd base, and outlielders Ixen VValden and Ash Cook Basrl Mrnter, catcher, Henrv Dunsmore prtcher, and Ryland Sanford, outfielder, also returned to the fold Each of these players was rn the relref role rn 1924 Oscar Ilary, a drmrnutrye freshman from Gloucester County fitted rn nrcely behrncl the plate while Paul Rouse, of Blueheld College won for himself a berth at shortstop Bert Robrns alternated wrth Sam Creath rn the outfield .Phe Spiders got off to a flyrng start whrle on an rnvasron rnto northern territory Playrng on successive davs, the locals hacked then yy ay to vrctorv over Chref Benders Nay al Academy tossers by the score of 8 to 5 rn the opener, and followed this up wrth a clean cut trrurnph oyer St johns College by a 2 1 count Movrng over to College Park the followrng day the Sprders found a stumbling block rn the Unrversrty of Maryland, and dropped the battle to the Old Liners by .1 call of 9 to 6 But the Dobsonrtes regained therr lost prestrge on the folloyyrng day by trrm mrng Johns Hopkins Unrvtrsrty of Baltimore 9 to 5 In the game yyrth the Mrdshrpmen, the Sprders endeared themselves rn the hearts of the Naval athletic authorities bv yrrtue of their plucky and adrort playrng Coach Dobson yy as personally asked to play agarn next year Returnrng home, the locals found the prckrngs decidedly rrch agarnst the Medical College of Vrrgrnra, and won by an overyyhelmrng score of I9 to 1 Bucknell College of Lewrsburg Pennsylyanrr, battled to a 4 4 deadlock wrth the Sprders the game being called owrng to the torrentral dow nporrr Pennsyly anra and Xale invaded Richmond for games wrth the Sprders The Quakers took the locals rn toyy 5 to '2 yyhrle Old Elr broke out yyrth a nrnth rnnrng rally to knot the count and eke out a vrctory rn ten rnnrngs by the score of 015. a I4 to 1 defeat to the Dobsonrtes on Aprrl 16 It was the biggest setback of the current cam pargn However, the Sprders vented their spleen on Maryland College, whrpprng the Old Liners soundly by a 14 4 count 'Ihe Hornets of Lvnchburg College were stung 7 to 4 yy hrle the Eagles of Brrdgeyy ater flapped therr wings rn varn as the Sprders copped the verdrct ro to 4 From the standpornt of sheer thrrll, the rnrtral clash yyrth VVrllram and Mary on Stadrum I'reld was a gem After trarlrng for eight rnnrngs Coach Dobsons ch rrges came back strong rn the nrnth frame, rapped out hrt after hrt, and sent four runners across the plate to tre the corrnt 'Ihree extra rnnrngs were played to decrde the victor Ken Vvalden produced the double yyhrch started the ball a rollrng whrle Scrap C reath's screaming and trmely yyallop to left field brought Wrlden home yyrth the wrnnrng tally to make the score a ro to 9 vrctory for the Sprders 'Ihe wrnnrng prtcher yy as Sam Creath The game scheduled yyrth Vrrgrnra on May I2 was rarned out Richmond lost none of rts cunning as the campaign yy as drawing to a close Hampden Srdney was Jolted once again by a 7 to 4 corrnt Len Mrnter was the triumphant twrrler Upon the game between the Sprders and Indians hung the state collegrate champronshrp Played on Cary I'reld rn Vylrllramsburg rt yyas occasioned by a yrctory for the Sprders, 7 to 4 Agarn Sammy Creath was rn the best of shape, and the Sprder prtcher allowed the Indians but five hrts The game was won rn the first two rnnrngs of play The Ashland vrctorv yy as a complete surprise, but Gen VVelch s boys outsmarted the Sprders and 2 to o tells the tale Out of a total of nrneteen games, Rrchmond garned the ripper hand rn 14 lost 6, and tred another, 141 tallres to their opponents' 105 were chalked up bv the Sprders Sam Creath Len Mmten qnd Hem-v Dunsrnore bore the brunt of the prtchrng Creath captain elect of the 6 nrne, ended hrs year rn a blaze of glory, yyrnnrng five games, yy rth but one defeat Mrnter dry rderl honors rn eight contests, whrle Dunsmore, plavrng hrs first year of varsrty ball, copped three yerdrcts and yy as Jolted once Ile was also tred rn another Captarn Fred Cook, though starting off rnausprcrously steppe rlout of hrs trance towards mrd season fielded and batted wrth regularrty He finished the season as a member of the charmed goo per cent crrcle Ash Cook Hett center fielder of the Sprders, led the pack rn hrttrng wrth an average of 4.02 128 'a 'f. c l . ' . .' I ' r. 1' " ' 2 . ' ' 1 ' ' . , r r . ' ' '. l '..' r ' ' ' ' ' V: . .I . II . . . . I gg . y 7 , , ,. , ,. - s . - . . . 5. 9- V I I V . . VV I . I I V I I. , Q I f. II. . t 1 -I s , ' - . - ' . C I. I .K . . . . . I V I V I . . . V IV I , V IVI . . IV . I I V . I I V , I .4 a . . G '. G . u , . . I V . . I V. . V . VI I . . I' It I. . I , ' . , II, ' J ' r ,II I . . -' 1 ' . A VI 7' " ', .l u . L ' V I .r ' . Q L . 1 4 I . . I l I I. I . . V. . V . I I. I . . . . I V V V . V I ,. . ll: Y' . in l lc .I - . ,i il. i. My r ' A f ' ' . . 'L t 1 r . ' ' ' 5. ' : ' . ' ' .., f ' ' V. I . . . I V I . IV . . . IV VV IV II to Io. The "Demon Deacons" from VVake Forest made life miserable when they dished out r ' ' ' " . .5 ' V ' . ' - - f - ' II v I v ' . vt AI V. V I I V V . . . . . I , V , I I V l V . . I . V V . I V I VI I . I . . . V V V . . I I . ' - ' V . ' rr rr y II . ' I t ' 1, . I V. . . . IIV V I. V ' r i l r r cl 'a. r 'I . r - i H' V V . II. I I . V IV . I V. I I V . V . M I I .I . . I VV V. . . . ,V I . I . V V. IV . I I . I I V I . V IV I . . V .I . .. r ' S ' l .. -' ' I ' . ef. 1 v H '1 i' . l ' r D t, 6 V ' I I . K . I. I . IVV . - , ' ' Q ' - ' 5 ' . . . , ' , I , ' ' . . , - ' - '2 ' ' . K ' , , . .' ' V I .' V ' ' v' ' . .' ' I . . ru- i . ' r 4 tl ' r r ' . rt ' . - '. ' r . ' ' . , v I . . V . . V VI I V . 6 V . I L 4 - r r 'I l ,'. l- 1 . 4. . I I VI V . . . . V. I CAPTAIN EDVVARDS 1 29 IQVL -f fwm Wf +AMAA A-Qhf Vw 1!L K . I 4 2 r I . x Els TRACK SQUAD Sztlmg, left to rzght MARTIN, SHARP, BLoxoM, FHARPE, ARTHUR, TATUM EDWARDS fCapta1nj Goomz, FLEMING WILL1AMs CARLTON, HAMILTON, TMMMER Siandzng HUNDLEX, JAMFS fManagerJ, SIBOLD WELLS, DUSAL ISENHOUR Dousov fCoachJ Hoon HASH, PH1LL1Ps, NICHOLLS T R MILLER QAss1st'mt Coachj, HOBSON I w , , xi- L15 V:-ffm xii ,. J! it O QR FZLJ Lf : 'FQ 1 I . . . . : , J . . 1 I 1 . ' : ' . A A , ' , . , L , , . . . . 1 A 1 U 5 I Nw L,L LLLLLLLLLL.-LLLLLL,LLL,LLLLLnLLLLg,L L LL M Eowuws W B JAMLS Track, 1925 OFFICERS I' M Donson I-I boom 1' I'IAM1L1'0N LETTER VVnx IX ERS Dashm Daslnfs E 'IHARPF Quarlrr and Half Mzlc M EDWARDS Oumlrr and Ilalf Mzle H SHAR1-1 Quarfu and Ilalf Mrlr R J FLEMIAG C B MARTIN A B BLOXOM VV R CARI 1oN H M TRIMMER Fzzplazn Managn Coach Mzlr Run Tfwo Mzlr Run Hurdles Pole Vault .Sfmt and Discus J J VVIILIAMS T-wo Mile Results of the Season Nolllz faloluza Ifllgllllll Illaryland Indoor Infwtaizon Mfr! IA7'lbl11lIgt0lI 'md Iee 1ll1'1m and Mary Umverslty of R1Cl1mDI1d I n1verQ1ty of VlI'glII1'I Unn ers1t5 of Maryland Randolph Macon DUAL MEETS M1fXllDd R1 hmond 5 3 Op ponents 73 1 3 Roanoke Rnchmond 110 ponents I5 1 Aprll II V P I on Sf'ldlllfl'l I'1elcl Rrch May 4. mond 4,8 3 Opponents 77 I3 Apr1l27 VValte Forest on Stadlum Field M1 8 Rxchmond, 83 3 Opponents 'l TRIANGULAR IIIEET Rlchmgnd Hwmpden SIKIIIC-I Randolph Macon SOUTH ATLANTIC CoLLE01ATE MEET Mary land Rlchmond Wxlllam and Mary Bluefield College Joo Yard Dash 220 Yard Dash 0 Yard Run 0 Yard Run Mzla Run Tfwo Milf Run 120 Yard Ilurrllrs 220 Yard Hurdle: Wm! Pu! Dura.. .Ia-vclm Hxgh Jump Broad Iumh Poll' Vault Indoor Relay Om' M110 Indoor Rclnv Om' Mzlr 612 Ro-mokc Records Up S LIGFAIN H C1ooDE THARPF FHARPF TIIARPF MARTIN BLOXOVI B1.oxoM VV E DURHAM 39 H Gooor II II L Amuun 1 Rucnrn TATUM V H Coomr C A CAR1.1ox1 Goom: BLOXOM Envwmos TIIARPF 3 Coom' EDWARDS SHARP1 TIIIXRPE 334 131 4 4 V1TglHla Randolph Macon Hampden Sldnex ad 1916 1925 1975 1925 1925 1925 I9 4 1925 1916 1925 1923 1923 1975 T923 ncluchng 1925 Dual Meet, VV'1lte Forest Dual Meet Wxlham and Mary I-SRM Du'1l Meet V P I South Atlanhc Dual Meet, Roanoke Dual Meet Maryland Du'1l Meet W1ll1'1m and M'1ry VIAAM Dua Meet V P I Dual Meet Trmxty Dml Meet Wnllxam and Mary Dual Meet Wake Forest South Atlantlc Meet 1924. Iohne Hoplnns Ind Mt Baltlmore 1925 Ceorgetonn Vlfaehxngton Teh 2I C. . I ....................... Q .... , ' V. . ' 1 ......... V . . 4 - ' .,...... ' . H. 4. ' ........ '. . . ..... . . C. . ' . . N ' l . . .... . . . y . .' ' . . ........ 24 VV' '1 1 V' ........ . 6 ' ' ' ....... 9 I ' .' ' ' '1 .,... . . 6 " f ....... 8 . - . ........ . 1 ' . . . . . ' 4' 5 ' - 3' . 2 jx 9 'Q ' , 1 2- 3 - v 2' I . -9 . ' ' 1 ." ' ' . ' ' ' 1 -1' - 1 ' 1 , I-2: OP- ' 1- g , 5, -2. 43 -'3- ' . . .....,. . . . 82 1 - ' f . ....... . . 23 . - . . ......... 21 ' . .......... 0 -.. ' ' ' . ......... . . IO ' . ....... ' . . . 33 . - . . , . . . . . . 3 ' ' - ' ....... 28 I-2 St. Johns . ..... . . . . . 2 . . ......... 16 - ' 3' . ...... . . 1 . ' . ........... o to n I l - .... L. . . f . . :ro . 1 ..., 1 ' 4 - . .... V. . T - . :22 3-xo . . , ' ' 44 - .... L. E. F . . :5o -5 . .. ....... . I.- ., .- . 88 - .... L. E. . . 1:56 -5 . ..... 1 , . . . ' .... , . L. E. - . . 4:22 3-5 . ....... . ' - ' .... C. B. ' . 10:16 3-5 . ...... 1 - - , . . . A. B. .' . . :16 2-5 . 2 . . . . . , '. - , . . . A. B. . :26 1-1o . . . , ' '. . 1 . . ..... . . . : 6 1-2 . ..... E ..... eet ' v' . . ..... V. . 1 . 5: 4 . . .... I , . . . i ....... -. . 'V . 57: 6 . ,... . , ' ' . ..... 'I , 5: 8 1-2 . . 1 , ' ' . 5 ..... . . 1 . . 21: 1 . .. .... , + . . . . . . 1. . ' 1 . 11: 6 . . . . . . . ' D N ' , 1 :35 . .. .A . " . ., ' ' 5, Y -. :..2-5 . - . 1 f , , ' , I , Track and Fleld. OSSIBLX the highest point of the Spider running season of the term 1924 25 was the mammoth mdoor carnival held under the ausplces of the University of Richmond athletlc heads on the mght of February 14. The meet, which called together repre sentattves from nine colleges and universities in the Old Dominion, Maryland and 0 North Carolina, was staged 1n the old Coliseum Building of Richmond Virginia eng' Relay races between competing Richmond aggregations composed a large part of the programme, 1 dual mile relay between the Universities of Maryland and Vir guna, w htch preceded that of the Spider Indians, bringlng this branch of actn 1flCS to a close I'harpe, runumg true to form, walked awav with honors in the quarter mile, accounting for the only first place won by the Spiders ID the open events How ever, the wonderful run of the Sp1der quartet against the pick of William and Mary formed the climax that brought the crowds to their feet w 1th rounds of applause Ihe indoor season served as an excellent apprenticeship to the spring outdoor period which followed close on its heels, and breezy April days found the Richmond runners pounding the cxnders in the winding oval track of Stadium Field The Red and Blue opened the season agalnst the best of Virginia Tech Although exception ally strong in the running events, the Spiders w ere forced to give w ay to the Gobbler team mainlv because of almost absolute supremacy 111 the weight events The sensational throw of Virgil Goode in the dlscus being the only appreciable gain that the Red and Blue registered in the trio wus seconds Ou April 18 the Spiders met the combined strength of Randolph Macon and Hampden Sidnev, easily winning the tr1angula1 meet with a margin of fiftv nine points over the closest competitor lt w as during th1s meet that Martm long distance runner,e mad his first sensational appearance His splendid show ing in the two m1le run was the first of a long series of triumphs that con tmued throughout the spring season In the meet with VVake F0lCSt the Spiders made one of the stronffest showings of the spring Coach Dobsons lads managed to annex elex en of the ava1lable first places, running up a total of eighty one and one third points However this was only a prelude to the second defeat of the year handed out bv the Umyersxty of Marvland on May 4 Tharpe Spider veteran middle distance runner, faced his only defeat of the spring when he gaxe precedence to Joe Endslow in the quarter and 1n the half Goode, speedv dash man, ran up his highest mdlvidual total regis tering twenty points in four ey ents His showing was perhaps the outstanding performance of the exenmg The tensest moment of the entire season came when the Red and Blue lost to VV1ll1am and Mary in the most thrilling duel witnessed by Richmond supporters in mam a day The count see sawed back and forth throughout the afternoon until the final event which the Ind1ans man aged to w1n, clmching a very scantv vlctorv The grand finale of the Richmond season came with the inxitatmn meet held on Stadium field Max 23 4. Maryland was agaln easily the king of the day while Richmond came second and William and Mary trailed third Tharpes setting of a South Atlantic record, 4. 22 3 5 in the mile run, and Inndslow s South Atlantic mark of 49 3 5 in the quarter offer a fair example of the exhibition gtven that day Looking back over the past season we are forced to admit that the I9 5 term was possibly not as successful as that of the previous year, but the return of twelve letter men for the squad of another year should argue well for 't winning combination in 1996 I32 . , . A . . . V - V -iq . . . . . . 1 . 5. . . . . f . Y - 1 , . Q . . . . . . . V 'As ' L ' 4 ' . . . . . . . . EMM '. , t . 6-1, f,V V. , ' ' ' . iggfw' 'V 1 . , . . . . V 1 L . ' ' . : . ' - .Q , , V 5 f . si . ' I V L K ' 4 . Y- A K - 4 s. . k L . C . . V . V 5 . 4. V V V V4 . . J . V . ' V V ' 1 . .I r .' ' 1 .' 1 I S 1 D ' -V .. ' fc .. ' I ' ' . .V . HV . V . V . . . of tries. It was in this meet that Tharpe established a South Atlantic half-mile record, 1 :56 4-5 1 ' '- ' . . 'L 1 . I C - 1 .s . v KK . C 1 V V V. . V . V . . V - 'I 4 ' . D c ' D . A' V . . . 2 l e V Q K K "' I. ' .1 . , V ' 1. t Y . ' ti ' - c ' . , I l .V . V . V V V V V . Y . I . , ' ' Q ' ' ' . . -.L ' .1 ' , ' ' ' I , 1 ' 4 v Y V vu 1 Ya .V I q j -2. . . .' .'j " . f' ' . t L L 1 Y 1 1 ' 4 ' ' . "5 . ' ' - ' . , ' . l . L . , y 4 L V VV t V V V. . . . . I V F AT ERNITIES P811 Kappa .-Ilpha . . Phi Kappa Sigma . Phi Gamma Delta . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Kappa Sigma . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Theta Chi . . . Lambda Chi .fflpha . Hellenic Council 134 . JAMES H. QiORDON FRANCIS N. TAYLOR . EUGENE VVILLIAMS . . J. TAYLOR FRAZIER . NIILTON G. 1'II'1'T CALVIN I-I. ROBINSON RoI.ANn VV. PAYNE . . B. C. MINTER Kappa Alpha Founded at VV:1shington and Lee University, 1865 ETA CHAPTER Established at University of Richmond in 1870 Colon: Crimson and Old Gold Flofwers: Magnolia and Red RoSe lw25-26 pledged. Publication: Kappa Alpha journal FRATRES IN FACULTATE PH.D. VV. A. PIARRIS, M.A., C. M. CI-Ilcl-IESTER, A.B., LL.B. H. B. HANDY, A.B., M.A. J. H. BARNIYIT, LL.B. H. I-I. SEAY, A.B., M.A. R. C. ASTROP, A.B., M.A. V. S. LAVVRENCE, B.S., M.E. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CHARLES G. ARTHUR MIJAN BEGOR ALVAH B. BLOXOM ERNEST P. BUXTON CI-IARLES L. DILLON JESSE W. DILLON BEN. J. GUNTER EB H. VVITTEN I 35 JAMES H. GORDON FRANK W. HEINDL ARTIIUR NICHOLLS CABIELL B. H. PHILLIPS WILLIAM B. RAWLINGS I. HUGH THOMPSON RAYMOND W. VVILKINSON . Iffflffiiirffq., I-. I I .,-W,, - ,, ., .A M M M -v--' - III.-f"' f ' Ig Q an f - - . II I I "Q3T:LV4: Lg, ,dgf 'K II I . I I i- -' ' 'I ' , I I I , , II II: 'I II I -III I. WI I I' III I IIT' I I I:I I I 4 , I I, I" I I I III I, I II I III II III II III 'II W , I I' III' I LII II IIN QI I,II II I 'I I I I I I. I I I I ,I III I IJ? ll I. ,I III IW II III ix IIA! XI Il X I I I I ,I I I . ' I I I I I I I ,l II I b ll ,, II ' I I I I I If I I -,I I v- II, ,L li g ---F--New dd I ' 'I I Y N- Y Mg-f --3: K-I lggl g:-' 154, Q, W . H . XV. M. Addison Georgia Ainslie C. T. Allen C. B. Antrim R. U. Astron XV. A. Bagluy 1-l. B. Baker R. M. Baker, Jr. 1-l. I-I. Baldwin 'l'. J. Bulls '.L'. M. Burlwl' Barnett C. XX'. .Beale XV. XV. Beverly J. H. Blau.-kwell J. H. K. S. Blackwell XX'. H. Blair L. lr. Blankton J. B. Blunt J. Boatwright J. ll. Bucock J. M. Buissieux C. C. Bows: H. S. Bows li. B. Bowe M. C. Bowling 1.1. Q. Bridges K. liroadtlus A. Brom-lufnhrouglm E. S. Bronson A. B. Brooks l'l. Bruin: M. C. Bruce S. Buforcl, Jr. . R. Bruin-Lto IG. D. Butts E. I'. Buxton T. P. Byrd L. A. Burnham U, Calwll J. B. Cabell NI. Cnlwll I. E. Campbell L. M. Curr l'. P. Curr S. R. Carter T. S. Cnrtor Hunsdon Cary Jamos Caslclo f'. M. Chichester G. L. Churnhley XV. M. Clarke M. A. Coghill P. H. Coghill A. C J. A. Coke. Jr. C. C. Colm-man E. P. Conqusfst G. Coopor, Jr. XV. S. Copeland F. XV. Worley A. B. Cosby G. P. 1I'rn.ip.:hill T. P. Crenshaw J. H. Crosby G. H. Culhnrtsnn E. S. Currie Sol Futohlnsx J. T. Davies J. R. Davis L. T. Davis H. L. Denonn, Jr. 'I'. R. Dow f'. S. Dodson A. E. Donnan, Jr. TJ. E. Boyle Kappa Alpha FRATRES IN URBE F. XV. Duke T. T. Dulce XV. D. Duke G. A. Dunlop R. G. Dunn J. H. Ellorson U. G. lsllyson D. XV. Mllyson L. H. Enslow H. M. Epes J. IJ. Evans lt. XV. Fcrrel J. M. H. Fitzgelwtlnl S. L. Flournoy R. E. Garst. XV. P. Garthmey F. '1'. Glasgow R. E. Glover T. C. Gordon XV. M. Graham P. S. Grant E. R. Graves B. H. Gray R. E. Gregory Julian Gunn E. M, Grawthrnoy E. Moseley Gratlnney H. 1-I. Gwathzney J. H. Gwathxnuy R. Gwathmey R. B. Gwutllmoy XV P. Gxvathmey J. G. Gwathkin J. A. Hagan J. C. Hagan, Jr. J. M. Hagan L. XV. I-ln.mmun.' H. B. Handy R. C. Harper F. XV. Hzmrrelson R. L. Harris XX' A. Harris E. Harrison, Jr. J. S. I-larrison A. L. I-lart J. Hart, Jr. A. L. I-Iawse G. P. Hening J. E. Hening D. .Hayward XV. H. Higgins A. H. Hill G. H. Hodgeson C. E. 'Holflorhy J. F. Howison P. XV. Howie G. T. Hundloy P. M. Hunflley R. T. Hunter G. M. Hurt, Jr. J. M. T-Int:-hosnn D. T. Ingram N. Ingram S. L. Ingram XV. B. Ingram H. C. I1-by H. A. Jam-oh A. P. Jenkins XV. B. Jerman F. S. Johns I. B. Johnson A. S. Jones. Jr. F. S. Jones .T. P. Jones. Jr. L. M. Jnrlkins I A. M. Keith l1'. J. Kellum C. F. G. .Kuyli D. A. Kuyk 13. S. Laeluanrl E. C. Laird J. C. Lfulnb R. G. Lambert li. G. Lambert XV. Lancaster XV. XV. LaPratlu G. B. Lathrop C. 1'. Lathrop XV. Lawton, .1r. L. R. Leo S. H. Lewis P. D. Lipscomb N. Lowis C. B. Luck LI. M. Luck R. M. Mnylmee E. McCarthy, Jr. F. P. Mr-Connell G. H. lXlelJonal1l XV. A. Mohegan N. J. Menefeo L. M. Mercer D. R. Midyette, Jr. J. XV. Mitlyntte XV. B. Miclyolto R. XV. Miles C. G. Miller JI. R. Miller G. M. Miller O. N. Miller f'. E. Miller T. R. Millnr XV. D. Miller lX'I. NI:-C. Milton J. A. Moneure. Jr. XV. A. Mnnuure A. Moncls R. L. Montague T. J. Mooer J. XV. Morris R. A. Morrison T. S. Moseley CT. XV. IVIOSS John Moylc-r B. B. MllHl'Ol'fl F. T. Norvell XXV. L. 0'Flaherty R. M. Page Roscwell Pago, Jr. XV. G. Parker H. C. Parrish XV. J. Parrish, Jr. J. R. Pn.tton, Jr. J. D. Patton. Jr. R. S. Paulotto F. D. L. Perkins J. T. Phnrr XV. L. 'Pl11rl'v. Jr. C'. M. Pilvher A. J. Pitt M. U. Pitt R. D. Pitt R. H. 'Pitt J. G. Porte-r J. P. Potts: J. TJ. Potts Tl. B. Potts R. T-l'. Potts, Jr. E. TT. Prim'-o F. M. Pun-ser F lf' G. G. XV. V. E. 1-1 . D. XV E XV R. C C E G Ii. lol . M B. A . F YV J. A. G l-I E. M lX'I R. R. A. J. C. C. G T J. T J. J. R. E. D. J. D. J. XX' U H. J. H. T. C. N. J. G. J. .T. U. fp J. U. R. S. S. T. F. F. C. A . R. fl H. Rohm, Jr. H. Redwood H. Rico S. Riggs S. Robertson L. Robertson L. Rodun, Jr. D. Roden H. Rucker J. Rutlodgo Ryland XV. Sale B. Sanders Sutterfield, .1r. J. Saunders A. Saunders XV. Sawin E. Scales C. Schmidt H. 'Sway C. Selden B. Slmmlnerger M. Shipp Il. Short. O. D. Skillnian A. Sloan M. Smith G. Smith H. Smith XV. S1lE'l1I'0l' T. Spicer T. Spioor, Jr. S. Spillman Stanzrrd Starknr L. Sterne A. Stevens XV. Stevens W. Stevens, Jr. XV. Stovens, Jr. H. Stockwell J. Stupps. Jr. B. Swartout A. Tate C. Taylor T. Turner G. Tylor M. Vest M. XX'addoy S. Xvallcor A. XValsh C. XX'altou, Jr. U. Xvarron E. XX'nrinnvr, Ji E. XValSi1:er S. VX7h0lElXX'l'lglli2 E. XVh itmoro. Ji C. Xvhitnor B. Xviclmian B. XX'if1l:l1am T. Xvightman G. -Xklillllllllq K. Xvillis, Jr. R. Xvinfreo XVinlil'C-C+ E. Xvingo. Jr. P. Xvinston B. Xvitt B. Xvitt. Jr. F. Xvitt T. XX'nod C. XVooclwarcl Wol'tl1an1 M. Young D. Young Alpha Gamma Delia Epsilon 7e1a E ia T hrla Kappa I amlzda IL Omurorz Szgma Tau Upszloa ' ll C ll 51 0 fn rga Alpha Bala Alpha Gamma Alpha Dflta llpha 7f'la Alpha Eta Jlpha Theta Ilpha Kappa 4lpha Lambda llpha Alpha Mu Ilpha llpha ofa llpha 0111151071 4lpha llpha R 10 fllpha .Szgma Alpha Tau Ylpha P ll 'Ilpha Omega Bi ta Hera Baia Beta Beta Baia Bela Beta Rrfa Bala Bela Beta Bela Bela Beta Alpha Bela . . Camma . 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AcT1v1: CHAPTERS 138 Washington and Lee Lmversxty Universitx of Georgia VVoodford College Emory Unnersxtx Randolph Macon College University of Richmond State University of Kentucky Mercer LHIVETSIIY Lmversitv of lirgtma Alabama Polytechnic Institute Southwestern UHIVCYSIYV University of Texas University of Tennessee Davidson College VVake Forest College Unis erslty of North Carolina Southern UHIVCFSITY Xanderhilt University Tulane University Centre College University of Al'1b'1ma Louisiana State I nxversitv VV1ll1am Ievsel College Wllllam and Mar! Westminster College Transylxama UUlVCYS1tS Umversxtv of Mississippi Johns Hopkins University Millsaps College George XV1Sh1Dgt0H Unis ersits University of California Centenary College bnnerslty of Arkansas Leland Stanford Lnxversxtv University of VVest Vlfg1Ill1 Georgia School of Technologv Hampden Sidney Duke University North Carolina State Missouri School of Mines Bethunv College . . . . College of Charleston . . . . . Delaware University . . . . . Florida University . . . .Oklahoma University . . . .Washington University . . . . . . . Drury College . . . .University of Maryland . Southern Methodist University . . . . . .St.Johns College . . . . Oglethorpe University . . Oklahoma A. 8: M. College . . . . .University of Louisville . . . . . .Roanoke College P111 Kappa Slgma Founded at Llll1NEI'S1tW of Pennsylwanm October 19 x 50 Colon' Old Gold '1ndBl1ck PHI CHAPTER Founded at Rxchmond College 1 Pubhfalzon Pln Kapp'1 Slgma News Letter K MP VVI BW TA I Iofwcl Goldenrod FRATRE N FACULTATI VV S MCNEIL BA PhD LLD B WEST TABB, B A FRATRES IN CoLL1:01o WALDEN TAYLOR PATTESON CROCKER WEST SAUNDERS, JR SAUNDERS L Woon 139 R W Ilnwmums A P HARTZ J' P SADLFR II H EDWARDS A B Dxccs WALLACF MONCURE M P TAXLOR 4 ' f ' V- , 'U Y 8 A ' ' in 873 . . , . ., . ., . . . C. . . ' F. N. . . H. S. . . ' R. . Y -Y Mi--,Max ,I I 1... ,w,,:,gW-S1-, :js 1 --,if ,z 1 Q ,-. X. , 4 ,ral five 'ETF , f In 'N' A 21 -15' X.. 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ROBERT F BANE A GILBIIV1 BIII CIPORCV C BIDGOOD RIUDFN H BROXIIDUS DR A C BROVVN EDWARD II BRXSONI LINWOOIJ 'I BUI IFRVVORIII BICRFRION C CALDWI LL CIIARLLS P CARDvxI1I BILRIRION C CIRDWIII XVILI IAM II CARDWDII RORIRI C CARIIR JOHN B CARX ARTIIUR F CHAPMAN TVANI R CIIESIIRMAR EVAN R CHFSIYRMAN CHARLES J CIIURCIIM xN LXMAN I' CLARK HAVVLS COIEMAN JR VVALRER C COIIRELI Kappa S1gma FRATRES IN URBE FIIOVIAS S CURTIS IOUI5 E CUTCHINIS HERDIRI S DALTCX DR VVRAI W DAVIS COIIINS DENNIS JOHN C DICE A BRADFN DIGGS IIORACE H EDWARDS HFNRX K ELLXSON, J EDGAR IS EBGIISII JAMES E FAILING MCCLIIIAN G FIRNPGAN MARION N FISHER II AUBRFX FORD DR RICIIARD W FOWLRES IIAMNFR C FREEMAN CIIARLFS L Gmrss, JR VVILI IAM S COOLII IIROI D GRANT DR AIIRrD L GRII JAMES R GREEN IIONI A L IIOILADAX LIMORF D I-IOTCI-IRISS IIFNRY S HOICHRISS WAVERLY C KING fyFORCI' C LANCASTER THODAS B MCADAMS DR STUART MCGUIRE DR VVALII-R S MCNRIL GIORGE R MALONEI ROGFR L MANN R XV MERCER DR TIIOMAS D MERRICR N THOMAS MOSBY CH XRLTS A MOSELFX FIIOMAS O MOSS, JR JOHN G MLNCF JAMES A NEVVCOME EDWARD S ORGAIN JOHN M PARRISH MOACURE P PXVIESON FDMUND M PRESTON IIARRI D QUARLES IIIEDORF B RICE FRANII S RICI-IFSON JAMrS E ROEFRTS VVIILARD S ROBIN'ON PANNILL RUCRER, JR GORDON RUDD CRAICE RUFFIN I4I JOHN R RUTFIN TIIOMAS L RUM-N TPIOMAS1 RUFrIN JOSEPH P SADLER J VVIIIIAM I-I SANDS, JR Cum: D SIIFPIIIRD MEADF C1 SIIFPIIPRIJ EDWARD E SMITH EDWARD B SMOOI 'I IIOMAS A SMOOI, J B WLSr 'IABB PIENRS M TAXLOR JOHN L UNIJERWOOIJ ALLIN W VAT ENTINL ISAAC N VAUOIIAN ICENNON C VVALDI N RICIIARD C VVXLDEN, I MEREDIIII A VVIAVER DR VVIIIIAMJ WFS1 JOHN C VVIIIII: OLIVER C VVIII1r JAMES C VVICRFR JOIIN J WICRYR, J CHARLIS K VVILLIS LIOXD T WILSON JOIIN I' H WOOD E VV VVOOLFOLK I . . 1 . . 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I J? 1 X ' . 1' " II fllpha Delia Fpszlon fda Eta ofa Mu R I0 Tau U psllan P Il sz fllpha Alpha -'Ilpha Gamma Alpha Delta P111 Kappa S1gma ACTIVE CHAPTFRS Unxverslty of Pennsvlvama Washlngton and Jefferson Dlckerson College Franltlxn Marshall College Umversnty of Vlrgrnla Columbxa Tulane IIDIVCTSIQ of Illmoxs Randolph Macon Northwestern Umversrtv Unn erslty of Richmond Penn State VVash1ngtun and Lee Unnerslty of VVest hflfgllllil Umversxty of Marne Alpha Ejmlon Armour Institute of Technology Alpha Theta fllpha Ioia Alpha Kappa Alpha Lambda flpha u Massachu Ilpha u Alpha -Ilpha Omzcrrm Alpha Hllpha R zo Alpha Szgma Ylpha Tau fllpha Upsxlon Alpha P11 4lpha C ll Uma ersxty of Wxsconsm N anderbxlt Umvermty Umversxty of Alabama Umverslty of C2lllf0I'Xl121 etts Institute of Iechnology Georgxa Tech Purdue Umversnty IJHIVCTSIYQ of Mxchlgan Umverslty of Chlcago Cornell UHlVCfS1fy Umwersxtv of Mmnesota Leland Stanford Umvermy Umversxty of WVash1ngton State Umversxty of Ohm Ohm State Unn erxltw Lambda Ul'llVCl'blKy of North Carohna 14.2 I ..........................,.... ' 1 .......................... ' ' f ' ' l ' ...... .... ................ ' ' ' f ' P I ............................... Alpha Zefa ............... ...... . . University of Maryland I, , . . Q. f - M .................. S ' ' ' f N ........................... ' Xi ......................... ' J' ' V Pi ........................ ' ' b ' V ,' 1 ............. ........... , ' ' ' l' ...............,. . ..... ' ' ' ' , l' ........................ ' ' ' Y' Founded Color: Royal Purple "Pledges Phi Gamma Delta at VVashington and jefferson College, May I, 184.8 RHO CHI CHAPTER Chartered at Richmond College, 1890 Publifalion: The Phi Gamma Delta FRATRES IN FACULTATE R. E. LOVING, M.A., PH.D. S. C. MITCHELL, PH.D. ,LL.D. E. B. VVILLINGIIAM, B.A., TI-I.M. GAIINIQTT RYLAND, M.A., PII.D. E. D. DUNNING, B.S., M.A. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO L. C. AIJDINGTON F. I-I. ATWILL +R. E. Booman VV. C. MCCORKLE M. E. WILLIAMS J. D. VVIIITEIIIJRST L. R. SLAGLI3 H. G. N01-'FSINGER R. H. DECKER K. F. LEE H. L. HILL J. B. KINCANNON BEN HILLIARD VV. H. ATKINS T. P. PARSLEY T. K. MCRAE TJ. T. GILL TD. M. CHILDERS F. K. BATES E. H. ANDERSON TC. B. PENZOLD +R. S. MARTIN TW. K. GAINIES XJ. J. SCIIERER 143 Flofwrr: Heliotrope II I II . I V I I I I I I I ' I I I,I I I I I I I I X I I ' 1 I .I I I I I II , I I fII I I In I I I I I I I I I I I I, 144 I I I,-swvw . 5 ,I,. ,,,- ,K A, -v U -, , I I,.II:f,1 iQgTQf 'ffj fgg ' 'gif BFRRLIX D Anxms C'1.x111- N ALLIN I'R1w1CL1rw Ac NI .11 W B Azmrxsow DR O O Mxxvsmarrx NV II AIICINS VS C Bxmk J WV B1v11s R VV Brvmux H C Bnxroxun II BIIXIORD VV BINGIIAM N B1 AIR L 1500111 L Boxn VV C Bow II C1 Boxkw Amman Bmccs R S BRISIOVV Pol rua BROWN NIVIIII Burrru I ARCIIFIQ CARIFR DVLICIII C'11xLM1Rs R S CHRISIIXN I DR H S Cmarx S S Co11kr11 BERICIYX Cox I T E CRUVIP LX R DAVINPQR1 I II Dorx1x11Ur M Rn Dou1111:s I II DURIORD I C IIIFT HOllACIz R. Luxmas B. R. ELIIRIDCIZ -I . VV. IIL1.YsoN 111. DR. D. S. l'1u212MArx. 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VVINCO J. CJ. VVIXSTOIN XV. F. 'IILLIAMSON DR. R. C. WVILLIS P111 Gamma Delta 1 . : 4- , .. .A 4 y 7' " 7."'.a -un: . . .Y '1 I. 2. 1': 1. '- ..1 D. E. 1"':f1:LD l . ,I "I . 1. . L. D. f..'a..' . . D. . .. . . .1 HJR. - . . 'Q L. '. ' R. ' . .1 1 ', . . 2. 1'1'1- D. . ' ". LA '12 . 1. . . ' M. . 11. '. . 11 1 f 1 . . . R. . ' i f . . 41. 1 C. . ' 11' if 4.1 r 12 - 2. R T1'21 V 'It' Y. 1 A, 1 . Y: . "1 . . ' I. ." '. ,, 2 .. " 1. J.'."a 1. . . , ,R. G. D. 111' '- . . . . . 1 1 . ." 1.12 . . . . ..1 3. 7. '1 . .1. 1 1.11. 1 ' , 1. . - 11. 1 J. . '-.. R. . 4. 1 1 . . .1 s. W. . 1- .1 C. F. 1 I.. M. JR. . +. I7 ' H. S. 1 .1. C. II. VS ,us I. 1. 21.11 M. '. 1.1 .1 1 G. H. '. ' . ' V- I-f T D wr jf' 1 , R 0 a A. 1 ' , T 1 ' W . 1 J 1 , B I Alpha . . Beta. . . . Delta . . . Zeta . . Theta . . . Iota ..... Lambda . . Mu ....... Omicron . . Pi ....... Sigma . . Tau . . Chi ...... . . Psi ............. Omega ..... . . . . . . Alpha. Deuteron . Alpha Iota ..... Alpha Chi ..... Beta Kappa. . . . Beta Mu ....... Beta Chi ....... Gamma Deuteron Gamma Phi ..... Delta Zi ......... Epsilon Omicron . . . Zeta Deuteron . .. Theta Deuteron . Zeta Phi ....... Alpha Phi .... Theta Psi .. Iota Mu .. Kappa Nu ....... Kappa Tw ---- ' Lambda Deuteron Lambda Iota Lambda Sigma . Mu Sigma ...... Nu Deutt-ron .. Nu Epsilon Xi ............. .. Xi Deuteron ..... Omicron Deutoron Pi Deutcron ..... Pl Iota, ......... Pi Rho ....... Mu Deuteron .. Sigma Nu .... Sigma Tau .... Tau Deuteron . . Chi Iota ...... Chi Upsilon .... Sigma Deuteron . Rho Chi ........ Chi Mu .,.. . . . Phi Sigma. .... Nu Omega ..... Nu Beta ....... Gamma Sigma , . Mu Iota .... . . . Chl Sigma . . . Lambda Nu . .. Omega Mu . . . .. Kappa Ornicron .. Delta Kappa . . . Tau Kappa Phi Gamma Delta ACTIVE CHAPTERS . . . . . Washington and Jefferson . . . University of Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . . Bucknell University . . . . . . University of Indiana .. . University of Alabama. . . . . . . Vtfllliams College . . . . . . DePauw University . . University of YVlsc-onsin University of Virginia . . . . . . Alleghany College . . . Nlfittenberg University . . . . . . . Hanover College . . . . Union University . . Yvabash College Columbia . Illinois 'Wesleyan . . . . . . Iowa State . . ..... Amherst . . . . . . . Colorado . . . Johns Hopkins . . . ,.... .... L ehigh , .......... Knox College Penn State . . University of California . . . University of Oregon . Vllashlngton and Lee . . Ohio Vifesleyavn University . . . . . . . . . . . William Jewell College , .............. University of Michigan Colgate 14.6 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cornell . . . . . . . . . . . . . University of Tennessee . ..... Denison University . . . . . Purdue University . . . . . . . . . Leland Stanford . . University of Minnesota. Yale . . . . . . . New York University . . . . .. . . . Gettysburg College . . XVcstern Reserve University , . , .......l...... Ohio State . . . . , . . University of Kansas . . lvurcester Poly. Instituto . . . . . . . . Brown University Iowa, . . . . . . Syracuse University . .. University of Vilashlngton . . . . . . University of Texas . . . University of Illinois . . . University oi' Chicago . . . . . . . Lafayette College . .University of Rir-hmonil . . . . University of Missouri . . . University of Pittsburgh . . University of Oklahoma Rutgers . . . . University oi' South .. . University of Idaho . . . . . . . , . Colorado Stain .. . , University of Nebraska . . . . . . . . . University of Maine . . Oregon Agricultural College . . . . . . . . . . . Davidson College . . . . . . University of Toronto P1 Kappa Alpha Founded at Unuersxty of Vlfgllllil March I 1868 OMICRON CHAPTER Estwbllshed 'It Rlchmond College 1891 Color.: G'1rnet and Gold Ilouer LIly of the V'1lley 'Pledges PUIIIICHHOIIS Slueld and Diamond and Dagger and key 1'RATR1:s IN FACULTATI: H E HAYDEN JR MA R A SITWART MA PHD FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 1' FRAZIER W CHAPPELL M LUTz W H Nawcoxvxs J E CARVER C G PIIARSON A P Nawcorvm W P IIooD H M RICHARDSON 1' VV BROADDUS A P JARVIS G E Moss S A PATTERSON W B PIIIL1 IPS J H Gun JR C L SEAVIRIGIII G G VVEILS E H Hoon PAUL SCARDOROUGII JR WC!-IARLES CUICHIN kEDGAR FRANLLIKJ VV P TUCKER WRANDOLPH B Roo as I . 4 .y . , . . . ' ! D 4 1 I I ' , . Q' . -. 4 4 4 . . , ., . . . . 1 , . ., . J. ' . ' I . . S. . . . ' J. U. TATUM W. P. I-IUNDLEI' J. . . . . . . . . I ', . . . ' , . r . . k: ' I' ' 1 QL... I f I H 'I 4+ ml, Axmxsox II Bxcm BXRNIS Bl M BRUIN-IR H HIMRFNSHIP B1 xNRFRs1l1P KN BLANION ' B Bmmox J lx Hoswxw R A BROLR Rrv 0 L BUCRIIOLSI' R W Bucc J A VS CARLLL M A CHAMBERS CARI II COIIMAN CORR VV C COUIBOURRL JUDCF I' P Cox I C CR c' W C CROCRETT II II Dun x I I' Dum VV E DURHAM J Duvxl G Dunn. C DUVAL A Elm xRns 6 Enxs J TRAZILR J G FRALIFR RII P1 Kappa Alph FRA1 RES 11x URRL 1 N CARDINLR, JR I' GRxuw1 H GRAXX1 II C GRFGOIQX J T GRFSHAM R v J P Cmrsorxrx H S HAIL G M Hxxvxoon DR J S PIAIUAUOID II E Hnmx R L XX Hrxmxc MAJ L1Rm Honrrs VK P Hoon GroRcc Ilowlrr J VV IIUNIIHIX M lXINBROUCl1 LFACII L1 ACII L1 Acu J H Ln u A VV Lrr L Lxcx A S LLOXD VV B LQRRAIN. J M LU11 H 9 MMR H MRM ' A Mun 7 VV MARIIN Q VV A MLC Er L MIISON W Moxxcowrnx D Moores M NYWTON J W Noun: VV D PORIFRTIFLD RIRR PARRISII 14-9 El A Pwmx L POWIRS M RICIIXRDSOX C Ros! 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'. 1 R. '. .. DI. . . ' Il., JR. . . f' T. . 4 '. I C. . 2. 1 . . . . . ' :' 1 C. ' . L"' . I ' . . 7- "' 1 J. . 1 .', , R. F. ' . 1 Alpha Beta Gamma . Delta Zeta Eta Theta Iota . Kappa .. Mu ...... Omicron . Pi ....... Sigma .. Tau .... Upsilon .. Psi ....,.... Omega Alpha Alpha . Alpha Gamma. Alpha Delta .. Alpha Epsilon Alpha Zeta. .. Alpha Eta .. Alpha Iota . . . Alpha KaDD2l - Alpha. Nu .... Alpha Xi .,... Alpha Omit-ron Alpha Pi ..... Alpha Rho . . . Alpha Sigma Alpha Tau . . . Alpha Upsilon Alpha Phi . . . Alpha Chi .. Alpha Psi .... Alpha Omega Beta Alpha .. Bela Beta Beta Gamma . Beta Delta . .. Beta Epsilon . Beta Zeta . . . Beta Eta .. Beta Theta . . Beta Iota Beta Kappa .. Beta Lambda Beta Mu ..... Beta Nu .... Beta Xl ...... Beta. Omieron Beta Pi ...... Beta Rho .. Beta Sigma. .. Beta Tau .... Beta Upsilon . Beta Phi .... Betn. Chi . . . Beta Psi ..... Beta Omega .... Gamma Alpha . . Gamma Beta .... Gamma Gamma Gamma Delta . . . . Gamma Epsilon Alpha Theta .. . . Pi Kappa Alpha ACTIV'E CHAPTERS 150 . . . . University of Virginia .. . . . . . . , . . . . Davidson College . . . . . . lvilliam and Mary College . . . Birmingham Southern College ... . . . . . . . . . . University of Tennessee . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. Tulane University . . Southwestern Presbyterian University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hampden-Sidney College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Transylvania 'University . .Presbyterian College of South Carolina. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . University ot Riuliinoml . . XVLLSIIUIHYOII and Lee University . . . . . . . . . . . Vanderbilt University . . . . . . . University of North Carolina . . . . . . Alabama Polytechnic Institute . . . North Georgia Agricultural College .. , . . . . . . . . . . . University ot Kentucky . . . . . . . . . .. . . , . . . . . Duke University . ..... ,.... . Louisiana State Unlvn-rsity . . . . . . . . . Georgia School of Technology North Carolina State A. and E. College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . University of Arkansas . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . University of Florida . . , . . . . . . . Millsaps College . . Missouri School of Mines . .. University of Missouri .. . University of Cincinnati . . . Southwestern University .. . . . . . , . I-foward College . . . Ohio State University . . University ol' California . . . . University of Utah . New York University I. S. C. . . Syracuse University . . . . . . . . . . Rutgers College K. S. A. C. . . Pennsylvania State College . University of NVashlnpgton . . . . . . University of Kansas . . . University of New Mexivo . . . . lVestern Reserve University . . Southern Methodist University . .......... University oi' Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . Cornell University . . . . . . . . Beloit College . . . . . . . Emory University . . . . XVasliington University . . . . . . . . . . University of Texas . . Oregon Agrleultural College . . . . University of VViscronsin .. . . . , University of Oklahoma . . . . . . . . 'University of Pennsylvania .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . Colorado College . . . .Carnegie Instituto of Ter-hnology . . . . . . , . . . . . University of Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . University of Coloraflo . . . . . . . Purdue University . . University of Minnesota. . . , . . . . Mercer University . . . . . . . ,. Lombard Follt-1.50 . . University of Alabama. .. . University of Nebraska. . . . . . University ol' Arizona. . . , . . . . University ol' Denver . , , Utah Agric-ultural College . . University of XVest Virginia Kappa Slgma Founded 'lt Dnnersxtx of xlfgllllil Ig6O BIIIA BETA CHAPTER Tstabhshed at 'UIUYCXBIU of R1Cl1m0Ud 1898 Colors Smrlet, VVh1te and Green I'lo-ww +Pledges Publualzons The Cuduceus The Star and Crescent TRATRES IN FACULTATE W L PRINCE, MA KDEAND C L Donn BA FRATRES INT COLLIIGIO R L ROBINS VV R CARLTON 'E L CARLTON TW D Ronnxsox I A Romxsox H 1' HORE A M Coolc M G I-IITT DAVIS M TRTMMER PROT C L Domus NICHOLLS H I' SNEAD B BETHEL T RATCLIFFE VV RENT J P CARSON R 1' SLAUGHTER R ALLEN YR O DENI-IAM FOMMY VVTLLTAMS 'ALLEN FERGUSON RLT. VVEAVER L E THARPE X MCDANIEL I5I Lxly of the Valley . 4 - .Y 1. . ,. . . I' , ! 1"q 4 1 'A .' .V F . y ' . .' a , . 4 4 , 1 . . ' ' . ., ' . . 5, . . n we i . . R. . 4 f . . D. . ' '- MF. C. CARLTON I. A. EVANS 11 . . ' .' C. . ' J - 1 AT LY 1 n n 'u r 0 to ' . . R. . L. C. ' I. . - '- .J 1 . R. B. . f. C. '. . ,4 , ,., :,L,,3X f . 'T'---Y. v 1 ' ' sax, .',.-, ' lykw 4 . yy ii, -- I 2 1 5 an if T. D. ANDERSON R. K. ALSOP C. C. BARKSDALE C. S. Bl5'I"I'S VV. C. BELL J. L. BLANTON VV. C. BOWLES VV. R. BOVVLES T. BETHEL R. C. BETIIEL J. D. BRADY H. G. BUCIIANAN G. B. BYRD SAMUEL CARS' REV. F. CIIENAULT A. J. CIIEWNINC, JR. G. C. CIIIQWNINC G. C. CLERK MERI.E COLE M. L. COTTRELL S. D. CRAIG VV. VV. CRUMP W. J. DAY B. H. DAVIS VV. E. DICKERSON R. W. DIGGS ISAAC DIGOS D. T. DONNON C. H. IDUNNAVVAY T. S. DUNNAWVAY F. S. DURETTE M. S. DESPORTES M. S. DIMMOCK H. ELLINOTON VV. ELLINGTON A. J. ELLIS VV. A. EVANS, JR. RIVES FLEMING VV. L. FLEMINC TIAMPTON FLEMING T. B. FISHIIURN R. C. FOLGER T. B. GAINFORT J. G. CTA'I'EVVOOll VV. G. CTARDNES C. B. GAXRNETT R. C. GARLICR, JR. EDWIN CTOODVVIN DR. S. GliORCE GIQINNAN Kappa Sigma FRATRES IN URBE J. S. GRAY P. C. GRIGG J. J. I'IANKINS SAM ITANCOCK T. B. PIANDY M. H. HARRIS R. B. HATCIIER J. L. ICI.-XRRISON H. A. HAYES CLIFTON VV. HENSON J. A. I'IILLSMAN . J. L. ITUNDLEY A. VV. JAMES R. M. JEIITRESS T. C. JOHNSON VV. C. IQAPPES C. VV. ICENT R. LANCASTER R. I-I. LAIRD F. VV. LEVVIS VVYTIIE LONG A. O. LYNCH VV. T. MCCARTIIY DR. MCGIKVOCIC IBD. IVICCARTHY R. C. MCDANIEI. T. VV. MAI-IONE VV. S. P. MAYO RAYMOND MASSEY VVILSON MEER T. H. MERCER NV. J. MILLER F. L. MONTAGUE HILL MONTAOUE, JR. VVINSTON MONTACUE E. F. NEAL A VV. N. NEAL H. C. NECLETT C. E. NORMAN R. O. NORRIS VV. T. OPPENI-IEIMER VV. F. PATTON D. B. OWEN J. O. PARREMORE J. B. PARRISH VV. B. PETTWAY G. F. POI.LARD H. R. POLLARD R. M. POLLARD J. A. PRICE W. L. PRINCE 153 VV. C. PULLIAM DAVIS T. RATCLIFFE CLAUDE ELSOM REAMS R. H. RAWLINCS E. VV. READY XV. REW . M. RICIIARDSON B. C. RICE J. T. ROBINSON DAVID RODINSON B. H. RUFFIN L. SANDERS A. F. SEVVARD G. G. SHANNONI-IOUSE VV. A. SUITOR D. F. SIMMONS A. C. SINTON VVILLIAM SINTON H. L. SNEAD PIAROLD F. SNEAD ALFRED T. SMITI-I H. M. SMITH, JR. I-IIRAM M. SMITII VV. R. L. SMITII, JR. REV. T. A. SMOOT R. H. STOLTZ, JR. J. L. SNYDOR TOM SWINEIYORD G. S. STOCRES VV. G. SUITOR O. F. TAIILER PEMIIRORE rfAYLOR W. B. rrENNAN'1' S. VV. TINSLEY W. T. TXHOMPSON, JR. H. L. VILLEH J. T. VVADDILL J. Y. WVADDILI. W EINC VVALL IZ. T. VVEST P. F. VVIIITTARER VV. VV. VVILLIAMS R. A. WILLIAMS T J. O . H. VVILLIAMS, JR. F. D. VVILSON H. M. VVITT . S. VVOODXVARD . S. XVOODWARD A. L. VVELFORD I O Psi ........... . . Alpha. Lambda . . Alpha Rho ..... Beta Alpha . .. Beta Kmmpzi . .... Gamma. Delta. . . . Gamma Epsilon . . Gamma. Eta .... Gamma Pi . , . Pi ............ Alpha Epsilon .. Alpha Kappa . . . Alpha Eta , . . .. Alpha. Alpha Alpha. Alpha. Gamm Gan-im Alpha Beta. I Alpha Nu NIU .... Tau Upsilon . . a. Iota . in Zeta . .. Delta . .. ota .... Zeta . . Alpha. Beta .. Alpha Phi . . . Beta. Delta . . Bom Pi ..... Zeta. . . . . . . Eta . . Mu . . . Nu ....... Upsilon . . . Beta. Beta. .. Em. Prime .-.- - Beta Epsilon . Beta ......... Beta Eta .... . Beta. Lambda . .. Gamma .... . . . Sigma. . . . . Theta . . . Kappa . . . Lambda .. Phi ...... Omega. .--4- Beta. Nu ..... Alpha Sigma . Beta Phi .... Gamma Xi . . . Chi ........... Alpha Gamma .. Alpha Phi ..... Alpha Chi . . . Beta, Epsilon . Beta Theta .. Gamma ..... Alpha. Psi . . . Beta, Mu ........ Beta Rho ..... . . . Gamma Lambda Alpha Omega .. . . Beta. Gamma. . . . Beta. Sigma . . . Beta. Tau . . . - Beta Chi ....... Gamma Nu ...... Gamma Omicron X1 ......... .... . . Gamma. Kappa . . Iota . ..... . ..... Tau ..... . Beta Omicrnu . . . Gamma, Tau .... Gamma Gamma . , Gamma Rho .... Beta Zeta .... Beta Xi , ..... Beta. Psi ..... Gamma, Alpha . Gamma Theta . Gamma Mu Gamma Sigma . Gamma Omega Alpha Alpha. . .. Gamma Psi .... Gamma Upsilon Gamma Phi .... Delta. ...... . . . Beta Omega. .. Gamma Chl Delta Epsilon Kappa Sigma ACTIVE CHAPTERS . . .. University ol? Mnino . . . University ol' Vermont . . . . . . . Bowdoin College . . . . . . . . . Brown University . . New Hampshire College .Mass Agricultural College . . . . . . . . Dartmouth Colln-ge . . . . . . . Harvard University . . . . . . . . Mass. Insti. Tech. . . . 1. . Swarthmore College University of Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . Cornell University Geo. 'Washington University . .. ....... Wofford College , ....... University of N. C. . . Georgia School og Ton-11. . . . . . . . . Millsaps College .. University of Michigan . . . . . . . . Lehigh University . . . . . . New York University . . . . . . Syracuse University Pennsylvania States Collm-go . . . . . . . . Merccr University . . . . . . . . .. Bucknell Collvge . . . .XVash. and Jeff. College .. . . . . , ., Dickinson College . . . . .University of Virginia ..Randolph-Ma.con College .VVash. and Lee University ..NVi1liam and Mary College- . . .Hampden Sidney College . . University of Richmond . . . . . . . . . . Duke University . . N. C. A. and M. Collvge . . . . University of Alabulna. . . Alabama Polytoch. Inst. . . . . . .University of Georgia Louisiana State University . . . . . . . . Tulane University . . . . Cumberland, Maryland . . . . . Vanderbilt University . . University of Tennessee Southwestern Presby. Univ. . . University of the South . . University of Kentucky . . . . Ohio State Universlty Case School of Ap. Science . . . . . . . . Denison University . . . . . . . . Purdue University .. University of Illlnols . . . . . . . . Wabash College . . lVake Forvst Univorsity . . University of Yvisconsin , . . University of Indiana. . . University nf Chirzlgn . . . . University of Nebraska . .. University of Minne-sotzv. .. . . . University of Iowa . . . . . Iowa State Collm-go . . Willianx Jewel College . . University of Missouri . . . Wasliixrgton University . . . . . . . . . . Baker University . . Missouri School of Mines . ..... Washburn College . . . University of Kansas . . . University of Arkansas . . University of Oklahoma . . Southwestern University . University of Texas . . . . . University of Denver . . . . University of Colorado . . Colorado School of Mines . . . . . University of Arizona. Leland Stanford University . . . University of California . University of Washington . . . . . University of Oregon . . . . . . University of Idaho . YVashington State College Oregon Agricultural College . . University of Pittsburgh . .Johns Hopkins University Oklahoma A. 8: M. College . . . . . . . Rutgers University . .YVust Virginia University . . . . . . . . . Davidson College . . . . . . . . . Colorado College .Kansas Stato Agri. College .. . . University of Toronto Sigma Phi Epsilon Founded at Richmond College in 1901 ALPHA CHAPTER Colors: Royal Purple and Red PIlI1Hfllfi0ll.' Flowers: Ameri The Sigma Phi Epsilon journal. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO C. E. HOSIIALL PARKER CHEATWOOD F. R. ONLEY J. H. PIARMANSON GUY MATYOX R. B. C1'IEA'I'HAM PAUL Rousn czm Beauties and Violets VVM. VANDERCRIFI' IRA BOWLES D. C. JENNINGS RYLAND SANFDRD TAH'LOR SANFORD Nzzvxvr SANFORD TURNBULL GARY C. H. ROBINSON HERBERT PETERSON L. O. GASKINS STERLING PHIPPS KENDALL MCCLUNG RORERT BUCKLEY EUGENE RI'VI'ER LEE CRENSHAW 155 I TIIONIAS B. AARON DR. D. C. ASl1'I'ON r1iRO'l"l'IER BACLEY XV. P. BARNES H. P. BAOLEY DR. R. W. BESS D. W. BOVVLES A. E. BREWER S'I'uAR'I' HILLUPS MOR'I'ON C. BILLLIPS ROONEY C. BERRY J. C. BRISTOVV S'I'UAR'1' BROWN T. L. BROOKE DR. Ii. H. BROWN DR. B. F. BROWN F. A. BROWN F. VV. BROWN H. A. BRACEY J. B. BRAIISIIAW G. VV. BOO'I'II VV. T. BLIRCII C. H. BEECII REV. J. VV. CAMMACK T. L. BROOKS E. G. COINIER F. F. CLINE Sigma Phi Epsilon FRATRES IN UREE ALVIN C. COOPER J. M. CIJRRIN, JR. J. M. COcKs REv. E. L. CROWLEY DR. J. M. DAUGI-IER'I'x' E. B. DUNFORD VV. S. G. DULIN C. VV. DICKERSON, JR. STUART EANES R. W. EANES ROI' K. FAIIL W. CAREY GAI.I,IiI'IlER R. D. CQARCIN, JR. G. G. QSARLAND J. VALIOIIN GARY RORERI' B. GAYLE SE'I'II CEAYLIE, JR. H. H. GEORGE III B. LIARDEE CIA'nE M. HULL II. K. HOGAN T. L. HOWARD XV. LIARVIZY REV. C. A. JENKINS CALLON B. JONES G. F. Jox'cE IE. R. JAMES FRANK G. LOLVIIIAN REIJEEN J. MARTIN O. L. MAXEY VV. MILLER MORGAN R. MILLS, JR. U. H. MILLS KVM. N. MOUNTJOY CI-IAs. E. MOOIER DR. T. B. PE.-XRMAN V. I-IETI-I PERCIVAI. f:EORGIE J. PARRISH DR. CIIARLES PIfIILI.II's VV. L. PHILLXPS A. D. RAMSIEY 157 G. S. RIOIIARIISON J. B. SIvII'I'1I VVILLIAM E. SULLIVAN J. F. S'I'RO'I'IIER OT'I'O STUMPE H. C. SPENCER G. ERIC SACIIERS VV. B. 'TAYLOR CURTIS TIIOIvII'sON C. VV. PFIIROCKMORTON DR. DORSEY G. TYLER LEON B. 'I'x'soN STU A RI' TR IEV E'1'I'E E. HA'I"I'ON VA LE NTINE H. C. VVALKIIR E. NVARREN E. W. VVALL CIIARLES L. VVALP CIIARLES H. VVA'I'KINs, LLOYD H. VVILLIAMS J. E. VVOODVVARD T. N. VVOOIIEIN HOR:XCH A. WRIOIIT J. NEAL WRIGIII' VVESLEY VVRIGIIT A. R. BOLTON HICK HAM Vzrgzma Ilpha IVe.vl I zrgznza Bela Illznozs Alpha Colorado Alpha Penn Della Vllglllld Della North Carolina Bela Ohm Alpha Indzarza Alpha New Yoll Alpha Illllllllltl Epszlon Vzrgmza Iota Geofora .fllpha Delzzfwarc Alpha Ifuyzma Eta Arkansas Alpha P07171 Lpszlou Ohm Gamma lfermonl Alpha fllahama 'flpha North Carolzna Gamma Nzfw Ilampshzn Ilpha D1SlflCf of Colamhza Alpha Kansa: Alpha Nfhrarla Alpha lffasllzrzolozz Alpha Massarlzzuffis Alpha Nefw York Bda Mzchzgan Alpha Iofaa llpha Colorado Alpha Tfn1zrs.s'ec fllpha Mzssouu Alpha Iffzsconszfz Alpha Ponnsylfvanza Eta Ohzo Fpszloa Colorado Gamma Mzrzzzosola llpha lofwa Beta Iofua Gamma Moniana Alpha Oregon Alpha Kansas Bda Oklahoma Alpha IIIIXCOIIJZH Baia Aorfh Carolzna Delta If'ash1ngton Bora PL'll1l.fyl"Utl7ll!l Theta Vermont Bela Flolzda Alpha Slgma P111 Eps1lon AcT1v1: CHAPTFRS 1 58 Umsersxtv of Richmond VVest Virginia Unnersitw University of Ill1flO1S University of Colorado Lmveriitw of Pennsylvania wyllllim and Mary College North Carolina A 8: M College Ohio Northern Umverslty Purdue University S5 racuse University VV'lbh1l"Igf0Il and Lee University Randolph Mmcon College Georgia Tech Delaware State College University of Virginia Umversity of Arkansas Lehlgh Unnersxtv Ohio St'1te Norwich Unis erslty Alabama Tech Duke Lmvereity Dartmouth College George W'1shington University Baker University University of Nebraska VV'1Sl'l1l'lgtOIl State College Massachusetts Agricultural College Cornell Unxversxty of Michigan Iowa Wesleyan College Dem er University 'Ul'llVCl'S1tW of Tenneesee Umver 1tv of Miseouri Lawrence College Penn State College Ohio VVeslexan Umversrtx Colorado Agricultural College University of Minnesota Iowa State College State University Iovxa University of MOl1f1H1 Oregon Agricultural College Ivinvxs AgTlCUlfLlYZll College Oklahoma A A M College University of Wisconsin University of North Carolina University of Washington Curnegie Tech Mlddlebury College University of Florida . . . 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MA11'ox VVILLIS LACY A JOSEPH CREIGHTON VVILLIAM CRE1c:H'roN MARTIN J. LOGAN DOUGLAS TROLAN GEORGE Bkzxnsrmw CYRIL KENNEDY 159 Flofwfr: Carnation 16C G. ANCARRO Theta Ch 1 FRATRES IN URBE VV H. B. ESKRIDGE VV. ANGLE J. F. FERNEYIIOUGII B. BEAGLEY J. I'IEINZ VV. BELL E. B. PIAZELCROVE M. BRAIIBURY J. VV. PIUFFMAN N. BOWLES R. B. LAWRENCE B. BURBANK C. H. LUEBBIERT E. BURNS L. S. LIGGAN VV. COLVARIJ M. J. LOGAN L. CARTER M. J. MOLI. M. CARSON VV. B. MARSI-IEURN Tomas VV. P. MARKS T. CROssLEY L. MILLER VV. DAVIS B. A. MCILIIANEY A. DERLE VV. I. OWENS S. R. ORRELL R. R. PAYNE ROLAND PAYNE M. B. PORTER L. G. PORTER M. R. SALE P. G. PERIIUE G. B. SIMPSON VV. A. SIMPSON E. A. SMITII A. L. STEIILE S. SUTIIERLIINO I-I. C. 'TRIMMINS J. I-I. 'FRACY 1. T. TUCKISR, JR. J. C. REPASS S. I-I. ELLYSON J. K. RICIIAROSON VV. J. SYIJNOR C. VV. TIIOMPSON 16: Alpha . . Beta . . Gamma . . Della . Epsilon . Zeta . . Eta . . Theta . . fola . . Kappa . . Lambda . . Nu.. Xi.. . . Omicron . . Pi . . . . Rho . . Sigma . . Tau . . Upsilon . . Phi . . Chi . . Psi.. . . Omega . . . Alpha Beta . . . Alpha Gamma . . Alpha Delta . . Alpha Epsilon . . Alpha Zzfta . . Alpha Ela . . Alpha Thria . Alpha Iota . . Alpha Kappa . . Alpha Lambda Alpha Mu . . Alpha Nu . . Alpha Xi . . . Alpha Omifron Alpha Pi . . Alpha Sigma . Alpha Tau . . Alpha Upsilon . . Theta Chi ACTIVE CHAPTERS . . . . . . . . . . . .... Norwich University . . Massachusetts Institute of Technology . . . .. . . .University of Maine . . Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute . .VVorcester Polytechnic Institute . . New Hampshire State College . . . . Rhode Island State College . Massachusetts Agricultural College ...........Colgate . Pennsylvania University . . . . . . .Cornell . . University of California . Hampden-Sidney College . . University of Virginia . . University of Richmond . . . . . Dickinson College . . . . . University of Illinois . . Oregon Agricultural College . . . University of Florida . . . New York University . . . North Dakota Agricultural . . Alabama Polytechnic Institute . . University of VVisconsin . Pennsylvanita State College . . University of Pittsburg . . University of Michigan . . . Purdue University . . . . Leland Stanford . . . University of Rochester . University of North Carolina . . . . . Dartmouth College . . . . University of Indiana . . University of West Virginia . . Ohio State University . . Iowa State College . . . . . Georgia Tech . . University of Delaware . University of Washington . University of Minnesota . . University of Oregon . . Ohio State University . University of Nebraska 162 Lambda cha Alpha Founded at Boston University, November 2, 1909 ALPHA CHI ZETA CHAPTER Established at Richmond College, May, r9r8 Colorx: Green and Gold "Pledges Publications: The Cross and Crescentg The Purple, Green FRATRES IN FACULTATE RoLv1x HARLAN, A.B., M.A., PH.D. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Vmcu. I-I. Goone W. M. GIBSON QPF. B. GoULnMAN S. L. CREATH 'fW. T. CREATH KA. S. BAKNES U. M. Pooua G. H. MCGRAHAM C. M. DINWIDDLE I R. E. DUNKLEY J. H. JOHNSON R. BRYANT, JR. R. H. POWELL, JR. N. T. Coorce, JR. B. C. MINTER R. N. SIBOLD M. S. SHOCKLEY XDAVE BUCHANAN Flofwcr: Violet and Gold 164 X Wi f A ,EQ gf A V !,.. H iii' Y V Yi , 5. W , ., . . 'NYY , 7777 ,W , ,,, , . J ,R Q Y: '- Air," ,F,,,,,4,.v , Q I , , 7 V V, 77-777 Y Lambda Chi Alpha FRATRES IN URIZE P. V. ANIIERSON J. J. ALLEN D. TEMPLE ALLEN J. R. BRAME E. R. BRYANT, JR. O. L. BRITTLE T. N. BROOKING N. T. Coomz, JR. DR. C. M. CARAVATI VV. VV. CHAMBERS H. C. EACHO J. VV. FIELD L. D. GEORGE T. S. I-IENNING J. D. PIART W. J. PIARRAHAN F. J. HAFLING JAMES INGLIS G. VV. KIDD J. C. ICIDD A. A. KLEVESAIIL A. B. LUCK VV. B. LOVING, JR. DR. J. B. LOVING VVI'rIII'Rs MASSIE JR DR. E. R. MICKLE J. M. MONTGOMEIIY VV. A. POLLAIID M. F. PARTIIIIIGE VV. N. PARKER PAGE N. REES J. G. REID VV. E. SMITII DR. H. C. SIIo'rwELI HAI. SALE J. F. STREET G. K. TAYLOR 165 Al ph a Ganim il. .. Epsilon . Zeta Iota . Lamhtla. , . Beta . . .. Sigma. Phi . Delta Pi .. Omicroll . Mu . . Tau . Eta . Theta Upsilon . Xi ..... Chi .,.. Oinega. . . Kappa .. Nu ..... Rho ...... . . . Psi ........... Alpha Alpha .... Alpha Gamma .. Alpha Epsilon .. Alpha Zeta .... Alpha Iota . . . . Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha. Alpha Alpha. Alpha. Alpha. Alpha. Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Lambda . . Bet:-. .... Sigma. . . Phi . . . Delta .. Pi .... . . Omicron . liIu ..... Eta .... Theta .. Upsllon .. Xi ..... Chi .... Omega . Kappa .. N11 .... Rho PS1 ....... Gamma Alpha .. Gamma Gamma Gamma. Epsilon Gamma. Zeta .. Gamma. Iota .... Gamma Lambda Gamma Beta, .... Gamma Sigma .. Gamma Phi ..... Gamma Dolta. . .. Gamma Pi ....... Gamma Omit-ron Gamma Eta ..... Gamma Theta . . . Gamma Upsilon Gamma Xi ...... Gamma Chi . .. Gamma Omega Lamiacia Chi Alpha ACTIVE CHAPTERS 'As yet chapters not oillcially nainud. 166 M a . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boston University ssai-litisotts Agricultural College . . Univvrsity ol' Pennsylvania Penn State . . . . . . . . Brown University . . . . Massachusetts Tech . . . , . University ol' Maine . . University of Michigan . . . . . . . Rutgers University . . . . Bucknell University ... . . . , . XX'orchester Te:-li . . , . .... Cornell University .. . . University of California . . . XVashington Stato College . . Rhoda: island Statu Colli-gc . . . . . . . . . . Dartmouth flollvgo . . Louisiana. State University . . . . . . . DePauw University .. . . . University ol' illinois . . . . . . . , Alabama TL-ch . . . .. . . . . . Knox Colle-go . University of Gvorgla . . . . . . . . Union College . . . . . . . . , .. Purduu University Butler College . . Univursity ol' South Dakota Harvard Colgate . . . . . . Northwrstern University . . Oregon Agrir-ultural Coll:-go . .... University of XVisronsin .. . . . . . . Cunilrerland College . . . . . Aln.liama. Univorsity . Missouri Srhool of Mines . , . University of Denver . . . . . . . . . Indiana University . . , . . . , . . University of Texas Oklahoma A. 8: M. Coll:-gc: Frrinklin and Marshall Coll:-go . ......... Syracuse 'University . .. New Hampshire State Collt-ge . . . . .. University of Richmond ... Ohio University . . . . . . . . . . Nifabztsli University , . i.Vestern Reserva University . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . Polhy Collegu .. . Univ:-rsity ol' XVashin5:ton ... . . University of Akron . University ol' Cinvinnati . 'University of Pittslmrgli .. Xvashingfon mid Jefferson . . . . . . . Denison University .. . . . . . . University of Vhivago .. . . . . . . Univvrsity ol' Nebraska Southern Methodist University . . . . . , . . . . . XVashington and Loo . . . . . . . . .. Vanrlerhilt University f'olorzuio Ap,'rif'ultural College Mir-hii:,':in Agrir-ulturzil College . . . . . . . . . . . . Hamilton Collage .. . . . . . . Dulce University . North f'arolina State . . . Kansas State Follt-gi: .. . . . . University of Arkansas . . . . . . . University ol' Minnesota "University of North Carolina . . .. 'Univorsity nl' Oklahoma. .. . . . 'University of Missouri ff? 1-L., X-4217? f A W H X .,,,. fH'4wt,' Y 1 l ,lv . I UI IEE! f l AU!! , 168 Phi Alpha Founded at George VVashington University, 1914 RHO CHAPTER Established at University of Richmond February 6, 1925 Colors: Red and lllue 1"lofwm'.' Red American Beauty itPledges fllpha . . Bela . . . Gamma . . Delia . . Epsilon . . ZUIYI . . . Ela . . Theta . . Ipia . . Kappa . . Lallzhfia . . D111 . . . Nu . . . Omifron . . Pi . . . Rho . . Siyma . . Name of Puhlimlion: The Quarterly FRATRES IN COLLEGIO DAVE M. Mn,LER MEYER VITSKY SAM VV, BANK VVILLIAM VVILKINS MoR'roN MEYER 5ilVI0R'l'0N BEAR QESIDNEY F. FRIEDMAN mCYRIL B. MEYERS EMANUEL Eivnaocn FRATRES IN URBE MoE D. Bmzorr Mrrc:nELL MEYER MENU LovENs1'rEN ACTIVE CHAPTERS . George VVashington University . . . University of Maryland . . Georgetown University . . . Northwestern University . . University of Maryland fCollege Parkj 169 . . . . . . Yale University . . .Johns Hopkins . . New York University . . . . . . . Columbia . University of Pennsylvania . . . . DePauw University . . University of Virginia . . . . . . Clark University . University of New Hampshire . . . . . . Boston University . . . University of Richmond Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn I 0 P111 Delta Omega LOCAL Founclecl at RILIIIUOIICI College M'1rch IQI6 lolofx Green 'Ind bold 1RxTRr IA 1xLL11AT1: P R MFRRIMM AB MS FRATRES IN COLLI GIO J M DAVFNPOR1 VV R Cfxuxx I' W BAARS VV S BhAz1FY IR P L BU'1LrR JR E M CL1:M1:1x1s NV T CLF'v1rN1s T COBURN C Cox JR DAVEWOR1 Downs DUDLEX EDMUNDS FANINX GIBSON L 'Tous XV IXINCIIVLOL I xur L Sfxvx L NV II SLIUGHUZR SM1rH Svs xxsox bwzxxsox P LAMUI111 PP II P uw su II Powru, VV VV1 vm. B VIITSIIIRII LAW SCHOOL R E Boehm II R IIUICIIIXSON R L Snwmzu FRATRLS IN ALUMXTI Iloucz Diffodxl J P GLENV VV M CODWIN II A Ilmmisoxx VV D HAMA C D Hicks I R IxIIxG R I' RINIC L H Lmwxr W I' Mfnlnuxs J H POIIIET VV A R1x1c:Lu FF II R RICILFR A C Sm: B P Srvmrm J R SLVIARIJ 171 G I' SMVIH, IR V O SMUH W M SMITH L O Sumo S P G SPRA1r VV L ToML1Nsov VV T TOWNSPNIIT I E TRAINUM C M TUCMR G M TURxFR G H Wuscom D E VVFSTTRMAN VV H VVOOLYOLK + '- . , . 15, . . . 1, . ., . . . . in " T. 7. fc' L. . .1 f P. E. ' J. . ' .1 1 f J. C. u 1' C. 3. I' ". F. R. ' J J J. . ff L. I-1. U ' O. -. , 1 F. . I J. f. 1 I-I. . X . V ' P. C. ADAMS VV. R. GLADDING NV. R. SILVEY . . .1 L " J. . " ' . . . " J. . 5. . ' ' . F. . J. . ', . . 2. ' 1 , . . :I B. U. ' . . In . 4. .f . R. H. f ' . 4. " : f . . 'z P. K. ' . . . . u. F. E. J . . ' f . . . ' J-H- ' T' . '. .H 1 z .J C. R. . 1. 1 ' . . ' ' f Y ' 172 Omicron Delta Kappa I IN alional Ilalzarary Fralnwzity Founded at VV11shington and Lee, 1914 Installed at the University of Richmond, 1921 R. C. ASTROP MEMBERS S. XV. CHAPPELL 1 A. M. Cool: A. J. EVANS VV. R. GALVIN C. H. ROBINSON J. P. Sfxnmsk, ju. H. H. SEM' H. F. SNEAD J. U. TATUM K. C. VVALIJEN 173 M. Lu'rz . M. M1LLER . J. Moons ' . A. PATE D. T. RA1'cL11fFE I 4- 1 Y W Tau Kappa Alpha Debating and F0l'l'7lJiC Fralzwlily Founded at Indianapolis, Indiana, May I3, 1908 Established at University of Richmond, 1917 FRATRES IN FACULTATE T. J. Mooiuz, B.A., LL.D. H. B. IIANDY, B.A., M.A. IE. B. VVILLINGIIAM, B.A., TI-I.M j. H. BARNAE'I'I', B.S., LL.B. F RATRES IN COLLEGIO CARY VVHITE I'IERBliR'l' J. Smrrriaks CALVIN H. ROBINSON STIEPHAN STEPANIAN I-IARRY M. HERMAN J. B. IQINCANON VVARREN A. IVICNEIL H. H. Enwixaos FRANK H. A.'l'WILL CHAPTERS University of Alabama Albright College University of Arkansas Augustana College Berea College Bethany College Bucknell University Butler College University of Cincinnati Clark University Colorado College Cornell College Denison University University of Denver Dickinson College Duke University Emory University Emory and Henry College Franklin-Marsliall College Furman University Gettysburg College Hampden-Sidney College Illinois College Indiana University University of Kentucky Lafayette University Lawrence College Louisiana State University Lynchburg College Brigham Young University T75 Miami University Middleburg College University of Mississippi Monmouth College Mount Union College Muskingum College University of North Carolina Occidental College Ohio State University University of Oregon Purdue University Randolph-Macon College Rhode Island College University of Richmond Roanoke College St. Lawrence University University of South Dakota Southern Methodist University University of Tennessee Union College Ursinus College University of Utah Utah Agricultural College Vanderbilt University University of Vermont VVabash College University of VVashington VVestminster College VVilliam and Mary College YVittenl:1erg College. -4147. -f Riff, 1,554 7 " "' -4'-. W --.-xg I-'M 'H-H mm - CAMPUS VIEWS I 76 'Ujjl mfw' I 7 Mg? W I Student Government Association OFFICERS KENNON C. VVALDEN . . . .... ..... P resident CALVIN H. ROBINSON ..... . Ifirc-President R. BENJAMIN CHEATIIAM . . . .Sacrciary ROBER'f R. ALLEN . . . . Treasurz-r SENATE Sarzalors-at-Large A. P. NEVS'COMB VV. H. ATKINS L. E. T1-IARPE J. U. '1-'A'I'UM Class Senaiors C. P. ANDERSON, Senior M. P. PATTESON., Junior R. N. SIEOLD, Sophomorzr THOMAS SAVAGE, Frexhman 179 i P I , , I I K r N Y W i x! w V Ni! N N 'N lx ,!' I N 'Q ! i w W 1 1 1 V 1 , W j X! E I Q + v ' 5 180 i in- if f A - f .,,, ..i.V!.-.Yin Y Yghwit Tb Y YY- W 27 2 Y I i ev- A 7i 1' Q:Q,l l 5 A1LJ lbhQl,. 5f , Q f3f- - Q Young Menss Ch1"iSti811 Association OFF1c12Rs Waluuax FRANKLIN Cu'mRnsL1. . ...... ..... P rvsidrm' JAMES TAYLOR Flmzrrak .... . . Via'-Prmidmt JAMES MAURICE 'TRIMMER . . . . . Srfrvlary CARROLL PIOVVELL HEALE ......... Trz-zuurfr 'WILIJAM E. SLAucl1'1'1sR . Srcrrlary Missions CABINET I. T. Flmzmk, Prograrn j. M. TQRIMMHR, Music A. C. BARNrs'1"1', Publicity VV. E. SLAUGI-HER, Mixsiorzs Isl ' iw" T"'+"l'Q1'Q"'7,Q, Y "Tiff Y Y-JM-gr VY YYY? gr' W H Y L lv Y vt fr, QQ? i li-Q77 ffirf 'iff Y 1 A N .wr A, Y ,Y-4 Y,-Y Y W Y W ,rn ,,,,,,f Jil, 1 f,,'- ,, , ' - ,,,. ,, , ',,-7, -V -irf b + n + + M l N Q 2 : W- . ll w . w 2 5 I ' EIL 5 4 . F 4 n T 4 f 1 ,Q ,lb 1551 Q, If 'uA, 1 ii 1 i ' 7 1 il 1 W I Y N I 5 , f Y ? A Y v . ? V I """" 'A' i,,,,, ,, , , ,,,, , 112 iv1- i ffivr, ' jl-fQQ'i"' ' ' W WILI IAM B. DENSON . . NORVEL R. GREEN C. P. ANDERSON H. L. ARTHUR B. H. ATRINS A. C. BARNETE A. E. BRIDOER . L. BRYANT H H. T. BURTON W. B. DENSON Ministerial Association OFFICERS YV. E. SLAUOH1:ER'. i. C. P. ANDERSON ....... MEMBERS H. F. FRAZIER A. W. FLEISI-IMAN A. M. FINCII M. P. GERMAN H. M. GARLAND N. R. GREEN H. GANDY H. R. E. BIANTON F. T. BINNS G. L. BROMLEIOII L. R. CLEMENTS P. H. CLEMENTS A. M. COOKE L. C. CRUMP W. E. CULLERS W. F. CUTIIRIELL VV. H. CORDITE A. COSOLARO W. B. DENSON E. H. DOGGINS W. R. DEAL E. W. EANES H. M. EDWARDS N. B. FARRIS E. R. FERGUSON W. B. FI1'zOERAI.D F. HAMILTON, JR. ' S. T. HABEL C. S. HOPOOOD C. E. HOSIIALL VV. A. IRVING I. B. KINCANNON I. W. KINCIILOE C. E. KITE J. M. MAHANEY' C. B. MARTIN H. R. MINOR O. B. MYLUM R. E. MORGAN VV. S. NORMAN O. E. NORTHERN R. C. PITTS C. N. PARKER O. VV. PEEWORTII G. R. POINDEXTER G. A. PANREY 133 . . . . .President . . . . Vice-President . . . Secretary Treasurer L.. L. POWELL S. PHIPPS M. L. LEARY B. B. PERKINS C. IL. PRICE T. P. REYNOLDS H. G. REYNOLDS T. L. RICHARDSON C. H. ROBINSON C. A. SAUNDERS L. T. SHELBY W. E. SLAUGIITER P. R. STORES T. SAVAGE L. C. SHEPHERD B. H. SNEAD L. E. THARPE A. L. TOMLINSON J. M. TRIMMER W. R. VAIDEN . F. WHITE U H. M. WALDRON G. A. WALDROP T. E. WEST G. A. WILKINS M. G. WILLIAMS .+V ,f : - f' ' M .1 I 'g LN W q A W I X xx I MQ w I 2 f ' , V x I W L w f w I i 2 x , Y N' H VI ' fi x 99 wfyf.. I X X .P Ex. , mf, xx! F . QQ W MI 1 T ' N 1 ' W 4 4 W N w ' 1 11 N Q Q 1 ! I JI 1 . 4 t ' T'Ti' 'f Q, inf' W - W M1 U- ffl '? w- m"',,, , , 'mf' ' " "' "V" 4 Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society J. I.. CHARLTON .... . VV. E. SLAUr:1I'I'ER . VV. H. ATKINS MILTON J. C. GREEN ..... N. B. FARRISS . . . C. R. BROWN . MIl..'l'ON VV. H. A'l'KlNS ..... T. K. MCRAE . . M. P. GERMAN MILTON L. VV. ANDERSON VV. H. ATRINS C. H. BEALE W. C. BENTLEY ROBERT BOOKER C. R. BROWN G. VV. BURROUOHS J. L. CI-IARLTON VV. F. CUTHRIIELL H. R. DECKER L. E. Donn J. L. DOOSON E. EMROCK N. B. FARRIS G. HIIEI' G. VIJT Ci. t'II'I1T Spring Term, 192 OFFICERS Fall Term, 1925 Pyinter Term, IQ2 MEMBERS VV. K. GAINES H. M. GARLAND M. P. GERMAN J. C. GREEN E. L. HARTz M. G. HITT H. R. KELLY H. J. LITTLE RALPH MARTIN 6 6 TPIURMQND McCI1EssNEx' T. K. MCRAE C. R. MILLER VV. Y. MUSE C. L. MYERS H. C. NOEESINGRR J. H. POWELL 185 . . . . . President . . . . Vice-Prmidr1zt . . . Sncrclary Trmmrm' . . .... Prrxideni . . . . Vzce-Preszrlmzt . . . Serrrmry Trmsurur . . . . . . President . . . . Vzcf-l'rn.vidm1t . . . Szwrniary Trezzsnrcr' W. G. RICE E. K. RITTER A. A. ROGERS J. J. SCIPIERER T. L. SEN!! J. A. SHAROVE M. S. S1-IOCKLEY H. J. SHRIEVES VV. E. SLAUOHTER P. R. STUBBS J. B. TALIAFERRO VV. R. VAIDEN A. V. WARREN VVINSTON WOOD . . I I-f-A ---.Af -- A L- - ,W ,, , , , " 'f if f f -f f - f ,H iiiqi 6 , Y, ui v f ,rf f - Win-, W W7 1 11 1 1 1 X V . I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ik . 1? m 11 1 M 1 11' 111 1 ,M 1 1 - 1 1 .Y W. I . 1 1,l.--:.l fl A ' -1 VQ1- i 13. 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Alpha Delta Founded at the University of Richmond, 1923 Colors: VVlIite :Ind Copper FRATRES IN COLLEGIO " N. B. FARRIS O. B. MYLUM VV. E. SLAUGHTER A. C. B.xRNIz'I'r P. R. STUBBS G. L. PRICE E. R. FERGUSON ALBERT' COSOLARO VV. T. BURTON E. I-I. Doccms G. VV. WILKINS H. L. BRYANT FRATRES IN ALUB-TNI VV VV. R. CARNER VV . G. KEITII . J. CROWIIER B. H. Moons' A. E. BOWERS VV. R. KlEIEP'E VV. R. PANREY F. J. Pmss E. Y. R0mzR'I'soN 191 I N i w N I I 1 J M 1 l 1 192 w -g- Y 1 .6 , .Y F- - 'M' '? 1..r..u!' f I outhwestern Successful salesmen MIER'IBERS IN COLLEGE C. P. ANDERSON P. I-I. CLEMENTS J. L. T. L. SENE CHARLTON R. WV. NEATHERY L. A. PARKER G. S. GOODE VV. M. VVOOD VV. S. NORMAN P. R. S'1'UnBs G. E. PANKEY C. B. MARTIN K. A. PATE C. R. SKINNER G. A. VVILKINS A. L. VVINGO G A. VVALDROP H, M. VVALDRON J. A. ELL1o'r'r 193 T. I. NOFFSINGER I. C. GREEN H. F. I-IAM1L'1'oN VV. E. CULLIZRS F. S. KAY P. B. CHENAULT A. M. FINCI-I 4,3 fl ,j 'Qi ,.-I .- ff, .. 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CULLEES, M. G. HXTT, C. E. Kms, L. E THARPE, P. R. STUBBS. 199. ., -U--3 ,H--,---- I-, -Vx . -- 0 I CHINESE CLUB PL Mox TL SELEW KLAM C K KUNG,K C LEE P KLEE M W WOM: 7 . . . T . . . - . . . - . . ' ' 1 9 1 1 1 ,-gl. 'fr Tr" ' R. HI DEBATING AND FORENSIC COUNCIL A. S. STEPANIAN, Presidmzt J. L. CHARLTON W. H. ATKINS G. A. 'WILKINS W. B. FITZGERALD J. T. MIZBLL, JR. J. C. GREEN N. R. GREEN B. G. BLAKE PROF. H. H. SEAY, Farulty .f1dfvi.ver b zox 33, iff ff 51 T iffy 'V" R qjff'f'f7IR ig-gi11.g, The Lengthened Shadow of John Crum Rcprintcfl from The Me'.v.vf.'1zger LESLIE L. JONES It's a long way from Mecca, the city of Maholnet, to Pocatello, Idaho. Thousands of statute miles stretch in between. Spiritually they lie in different worlds,-Mecca and Pocatello,-in different, unapproachable worlds. And yet, whenever I think of the one, I think of the other. VVhenever I think of Mecca I think of Pocatello, and wheneveri think of Mahomet I think of john Crum. For John Crum came from Idaho,-Pocatello, Idaho,-while Mecca is the city of Mahomet. And once, in a book, the Prophet of Allah wrote that, "No man may say where he shall be buried." But John Crum, john Crum used to say . . . No, that must wait. What john Crum used to say must wait .... John Crum was captain of F Company. There was an air about F Company, a dash, a verve, an impudence. When someone asked you, "Hey, buddy, what outfit?" you would reply with a lift of pride, condescendingly, "F Company." And always, into the eyes of your ques- tioner would leap a little gleam of envy, and of respect. For the division knew F Company. The division knew Captain Crum .... When a Governor of the State visited our cantonment it was F Company that furnished the guard of honor. It was F Company that escorted the Secretary of War when he, too, came. It was F Company that won the divisional track meet, and it was F Company that shot hardest and surest on the range .... There was an air about F Company .... Was it Emerson who said that "every institution is the lengthened shadow of a single man?" Either Emerson or some other. Anyway, F Company was the lengthened shadow of John Crum. For, after all, we were scarcely different from those others-from L Company, or I Company, or C Company-only, we had Captain Crum. They were all of them just such as we, kids of eighteen and twenty and twenty-two, a few at twenty-five, a handful around thirty. Boys of eighteen and twenty and twenty-two, dripping with youth, and with health, drunk with the heady wine of adventure .... Only, we had Captain Crum. John Crum was no "Ninety Day Wonder." john Crum was no VVest Pointer. John Crum was a soldier out of Richard Harding Davis. John Crum was no militiaman, no bond salesman, no college senior smeared with three months of a training camp, and set down before two hundred young men. john Crum was a soldier out of a romance by Anthony Hope .... He was six feet three inches tall, and built like an ox. He could swear amazingly. But not before the company-that is, not very often. John Crum was an officer and a gentleman. In the olhcers' mess it was different, and his batman would tell us of droll stories and picturesque phrases with which he would shock the souls of certain tender shavetails. At times he shocked some of us. But not for long. F Company was soon unshockable .... John Crum was six feet, three inches tall, and was built like an ox .... F Company worshipped him. He was between thirty-five and forty years old, sandy-haired, straight as an arrow, and terribly adroit with his fists. And as light upon his feet as Pavlowa. He was as tender as a mother-to F Company. I-Ie was born in Pocatello, Idaho, and so far as was known had never been gainfully employed. In '98 he was in Cuba fighting the Dons, and in 1900 he 202 truled a rxfie through the yeldt of the Tr'1nsy'ml 'Ind Orange Free Stite, 1904. found h1m ID Manchurna He suryxy ed two revolunons in Central Amerlca and one ln Mexlco, and rlght before he came to us he had been two years in Flanders y-nth the Bfltlbh Armxes two years IH Flanders wxth Tommy Atkxns Yxmy, Ypres, P'1schendaal Ridge On cold yymter nxghts Qand that was a fearful yyxnter, was I7 181 yye would s1t about a fire ID the orderly room a feyy of the fayored, that 15 a few of hrs sergeants the army s backbone, sald Clllmj and hang breathlessly upon hxs tales of the VVestern Front He had been a Sergeant Major 1n the Third Gloucesters In 1917, when Amerlca entered the yvar, Crum had come back spent a few weeks at a tr'umng camp, and emerged '1 C'1pt'un Captsun of 1' Company, and 1' Company worshipped john Crum Always we were his boys Re ulatlons requlre officers to address troops 'is men To john Crum lt was always, my boy And there was an anr about Ii Company F Company was the lengthened shadow of John Crum The thmg about John Crum that remmds me of Mahomet Qand so of Mecca and of Pocatello Idaho,j 15 a certaln expressxon he would use Mahomet, you remember, once yy rote that "no man 1 'ry say where he shall be burled john Crum would say, I can take care of myself Espe emlly would he say this 'lt bayonet practlce Bayonet practxcel Some heutenant would hiye us lll the field, lungmg vrcxously into stuffed Hgures of men, scrambhng over hxgh wooden walls leaping down 1nto trenches, crawlxng out agaxn, plunglng through barbed wxre, and mto more stuffed figures Fhen for hours and hours chopptng the hot summer :ur wrth Hashmg steels-L o n g pomt' s h o r t pomt' J a b polntl b u t t stroke' For hours and hours, yylth aching arms Cursmg C1 part of the xnstructlonj 'ind makmg frxght fu' faces at lmagmary foes john Crum would come swmgmg by take a r1fle from '1 nearby man, and tyyxrl It nn his fingers l1ke a tooth p1cl1 It's hot yvork lads he would shou hot work But I m dolng thxs for your own sakes I don't need xt I can t'1l1e care of myself And then, L o n g pomt' ' he would yell s h o r t pomt b u t t stroke' L ntrl our '1rms hung l1mp as dishcloths I can take care of myself, John Crum would ay, and when some blg, greasy Dutchmfn comes at you wxth his frog stxcker you yyxll be glad you can handle a rnfie, too Altogether, lads' J a b pomt' ' And off yye would go, sl1c1ng the alr with our steels, grlmaclng, cursmg sweatlng None of us but hoped to be near h1m when our first big Hun came over There was no doubt about john Crum tlllxlllg care of himself Six feet three, built hke an ox, two years 1n Flanders hmy, Ypres, Paschendrel Rxdge At bombing lt was the same thing No one could toss a hand grenade quite so far as could John Crum And despxte Vlmy, and Xpres, and Pas ehendml Rxdge, no one could laugh qulte so heartrly as john Crum VVe were too young just then, and perhaps too thrilled, to notlce the txred little lxnes, and the lonelmess, 'und the yyearmess that crept at times 1nto his soft gray eyes CA year later they had crept xnto our own 1nto our own I VVe w ere so young then, and fresh, and drunk yy 1th l1v1ng A year later a year later I' Company XX0l'Nl1lPpCd John Crum And I' Company followed hum gladly xnto Plcardxe, an sat doyyn along the Ancre yy 1th hrs old frxend, Tommy Atkms Sat down along the Ancre 1n had Albert knocked doyyn about xts ears, and smoked Woodbmes with Tommy Atklns, an sipped his bloodv my And then said good bye to Atkms, and trekked for the Meuse, an for the forest of the Argonne And there the day come 1' Company s day For '1 yyeek we lay lll the gap Lay on the slope of a hlll and yyatched boys 1n mud colored clothes-lads from Maryland, and Jersey, and 203 2 ' 1 1' '1 1 1 ' 1 ' . 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H Pennsylvania-march down upon Ambreville . . . upon an evil wood that sheltered Ambre- ville .... A gap in the line. Two divisions held at Ambreville. F Company in the gap. F Company impatient, restless, awaiting the thrust. F Company guarding the flank. F Com- pany watching from the slope of a hill, held fast by orders, losing men, striking no blow. VVatch- ing, watching, watching. VVatching mud-colored battalions, mud-colored battalions, mud-colored battalions march down upon Ambreville, upon the evil wood that sheltered Ambreville . . . and stay there. Stay in that field before the wood, no longer tall, straight lads, lithe and strong . . . but little patches of crumpled brown cloth lying in the rain . . . the rain. Always the rain. And hunger, and cold, and no sleep .... F Company waiting, waiting, waiting. . . . F Company the first wave of the battalion, lying in the gap, guarding the flank, the fianks of two divisions .... Late autumn afternoon. Wet, grey, cold. We stood by a dripping hedge, the Major, and john Crum, and I-by a dripping hedge on a hill sloping gently to the Meuse. The Chaplain lay near, and a few tired men, and all out before us on the wet ground the battalion stretched in open order, in long thin lines across the field .... And then it was that I thought of Mahomet. Looked at John Crum and thought of Mahomet. And of the old, distant days when he twirled a rilie in his fingers like a tooth-pick. Twirled a rifle in his fingers and shouted, HI am doing this for your sake, my boy! I can take care of myself." Six feet three, he towered a full head above us, above the Major and me. And in his eyes was a gleam . . . a gleam in his tired eyes. The waiting was done. At dusk the Qgfd would again assault the wood. If they failed, we were to try for Ambreville on the morrow. Vile, who had seen a dozen battalions broken on this grim wood, we were to try for Ambreville on the morrow .... And the tired lines slipped out of john Crum's face, and the hunger out of his eyes. Battle was food for john Crum. That is, close physical contact-not this lying in a field, shelled, freezing, starving .... At daybreak! I was hoping duty would find me near him at daybreak when we crept out towards that evil wood which girdled Ambreville. That wood in front of which lay so many little, crumpled patches of mud-colored cloth .... I thought how King Richard would have loved John Crum. Richard of the Lion Heart. Despite the fatigue, the cold, the rain, he stood tall and straight before us. Tall and straight and massive beside the dripping hedge. Proud of F Company, proud of his two hundred odd boys whom he had taught to take care of themselves . . . l-0-n-g pointl . . . s-h-o-r-t point! . . . j-a-b point! . . . Over beyond the Meuse, four, five, six kilometres away, a tired gunner yanked a lanyard. . . . VVe heard the ominous shriek and fell heavily to the wet earth. Fell heavily, quickly, instinctively to earth .... VVhen the smoke cleared, and the cordite, and the black, wet mud ceased to fall, we got up. The Major and I got up .... John Crum lay very still. John Crum lay very still beside a dripping hedge on a hill sloping gently to the Meuse .... VVe buried him at nightfall, the Major, and the Chaplain, and I. And the Chaplain's orderly. It was raining and the earth was very wet. It was not a deep grave. NVe were very tired, all of us, and the Chaplain read some words out of a small book, standing there behind the hedge. fVVe were hiding from F Company. All afternoon we had hid his body in the hedge. Hid his body from F Company out in the field, cold, wet, hungry-stretched in long thin lines across the field.j And we took our helmets off and the cold rain struck us sharply in the face .... And I did not hear what the Chaplain said. I was thinking of other words, of older words. The 204. words of Allah's Prophet: "No man may say where he shall be buried." . . . And then, in a sunlit field, I saw a tall man twirl a rilie in his fingers . . . twirl a rifle in his lingers and shout, "I can take care of myself." . . . it it? Sf: il? ii? il? It was past nine o'clock before F Company found ont. Spread out across the brow of the hill, ten paces between each tired man, his "boys" thought he was at some other point of the line. And so, for a time, our secret was easily kept. But, at nightfall, orders arrived. Ambre- ville glowered still from behind the wood . . . the job was given to us. The regiments on our front, right and left, would side-step at dawn. Our own division would take over this bitter sector which had held an army for seven days, and our own battalion would lead the assault. At daybreak we would throw ourselves upon Ambreville, upon the Wood in front of Ambreville, as a dozen battalions had done before our eyes ,... At nine o'clock the Major sent for his company commanders. And for Lieutenant Hart of F Company. "Lieutenant Hart," said the Major, "you are in command of F Company." And then, turning to the oiheers, "Gentlemen, Captain Crum was killed about four-thirty. He lies buried just behind us." Crouched beside the hedge, beneath a blanket which hid the furtive flashings of a pocket torch, they pawed over a wet, streaked map, and planned the m0rrow's attack .... Out in the Held ahead lay the battalion, lay F Company, wet, cold, hungry, F Company without john Crum .... F Company, stirring, murmuring, whispering, as the news crept stealthily across the rain-swept field . . . the silent, rain-swept field. . . . The conference was closing Arrangements completed, the oliicers grasped hands. For some, they knew, it was a last farewell .... In the woods encircling Ambreville "hell broke loose." Scores of machine guns, fringing the trees, burst viciously into action. Burst viciously into a thin, cruel whine .... Blinding Hares tore away the darkness. The night rushed horribly back when they fell .... Beyond the town the guns spoke. Heavies and lights. Barked spitefully. Spat their hideous, shrieking charges over the wood. Steel charges that bit deep into-the hill where we lay in the rain .... Gas sirens screeched and shrilled .... "They're coming," shouted the Major. Blindly we scrambled over the dripping hedge, and into the curtain of steel: the Major, the company commanders, the Chaplain, and I. All about us the battalion . . . the battalion stretched in long, thin lines across the field. The bat- talion, ready, crouching, peering tensely into the woods. Vvaiting. VVaiting . . . It was like midday when the flares burst . . . like blinding sheets of tropical lightning. . . . It was blacker than sin when they fell .... And all the time, light or dark, Death raged crazily, gleefully about the field .... And there we crouched in our gas masks, waiting, waiting, waiting, and dying. Peering tensely into the wood. Crouched in our little holes, await- ing what the trees would send. A gruesome tableau we made, with the flares playing upon our masks, those round-eyed, wide-staring masks, turned fixedly towards the wood .... ln the space before the trees nothing stirred. And then, suddenly, the flares ceased. Rilie fire subsided. And the barrage lifted. Lifted. "Now," we murmured, "Now," and braced ourselves, staring grimly into nothing-you could not see the point of your bayonet-no longer cold, no longer hungry, no longer tired .... But out of the dark came no hurtling forms, no crack of rifie against rifle .... The barrage lifted, and drew back. Drew back, and crashed down upon Ambreville. Jerry's barrage upon Ambreville! Vile did not understand. Our own guns had been hammering fitfully at the town, and now the enemy. VVe could not understand. . . The woods became quiet, but Ambreville was a bedlam of confusion .... 205 We had moved the Major mto a fresh shell hole It was not so net there Shrapnel hld torn his abdomen uncle open, and though he was stxll conscious he vs as wx eakemng rapullx I had sent for Captann Baker, now the rankmg ofllcer and the Chaplam was holdmg the Major m hrs arms Out of the mght sllpped a voxce Battalxon Headquarters? Rlght 0, I shouted back A Hgure approached our hole For the Battalxon Commander from Sergeant Melton I sexzed the proffered paper Holding xt beneath the sL1rts of ms coat I flashed mv torch Headquarters Company F xt read Ambrevllle sur Meuse It was s1g,ned James F Melton, Fxrst Sergeant Commandxng Company I' I gasped vuth astonxshment Recovermg, I re1d It 'aloud to the Major Have frlendlv artxllery cease fire Ambrevxlle Took town 'xt '11 55 hours 300 prisoners fapprox J, mcludlng regrmental headqlnrters and 7 ollicers Heavy enemy fire on Ambrevxlle Am dxggmg 1n along road half krlo north of tovsn Aww alt orders there The bloody beggars whnspered the Major And then, smxlmg feebly Sergeant he mur mured I ll tell Jack Crum Wxth that he dred There w'1s 'ln alr about I" Company I' Company was the lengthened bl1'lLlOXV of John Crum if f X 1 X14 A0143 ' f tqba 1 X 4 +'w'ff X XR, 56' 206 .. - . ' .. ' . 2 '- v. 1 ' ' - Q v ' ' V . , , , , . 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But the lonely tree was dumb in the blossoming hour And stood, with the beauty hovering its breast- Like a vva1'1'io1' unused to a fragile thing- Like a warrior who stirs to no cry at all- Except the feet of the wind-men, gathering Afar and afar, at a blown wild bugle call. T. L. P., '26 209 4' 'ff ,.,.'-, -ent 4:.4.tI.'x. , 1 kia , L 1, i lm ' AM: -- -4...::'.' -.....',. - ----41:,..1 I o M f 1 ig 1-1------------ Miss Lough "Ah, she tfwinklczl fwhrrz fwrf met, Ririzzg from lfzc chair the ,val in. Dignity, you lmlv to gel Surh scfzzwc l'CIIIlkl'5Z? Tala- ihat in!" And thus we'd write on to the end of the poem-if we could. It's just as well we don't, howeverg Miss Lough deserves something finer than parody. For that matter she deserves something finer than anything we could say. The Senior Class will remember her as a sponsor always warmly and merrily interested in its welfare. She is, in' the language of the dormitory, I1 good sport. XVe should like to let her know what she has meant to us, but the outgoing graduates can best pay her their own tribute in their own hearts, one by one, since one by one she has made them come to her and love her. 2I0 4: so ,ee -: ss: e mg. Miss Loucz-1, Sponsor 2II L., l-4,,Q'f L- U 1 i 139' rf W 4.2: it EE 2,-,fax ' -, R,--Y" 1' Lf' -if-f '57-. .A.'i'."',i-- IL, .Kfii 'iff lx"-5""" -'AM' N E x X! X R Q4 . 212 X ET'L1,OT'f'1r N XXj l 1 IW U V! M Lf :Nr SM c Izrzghl and jolly as fan In bhrasc of gentle corulexy I et zl seenzs that lone and gcslurc blrnd Less used lo sur than io Com mand SCIIIOI' Class BFFTY VVE1 I s BALLARD, P1 csulent CHURCHIAND, VA Lain: Zlffafhcmaizcs It lhlght he truthfullx Sald th'1t he gxft of true leaderehlp IN mnate, not '1cqu1red Betty hls unusuil cxecutne 'lbllltj 'md his Qhosx n thxe xn her elhcxent and tmgtful cleqhng xuth '1 W'1!'lCfy of Q1tu'1t1onQ To 'un work th'1t Nhe mas do is 'xdded that touch that 'xlmmt 1ndeHn'1ble touch SXhlCh SCIVCS wo clelrls tn dlfferentmtc between those who are artlstlc and thuee who 'lre not AQ well as '1 lov'1hle dhpowtlon, Rettw poesexses zx Sweet wmcentx and chirm of mwnner that cause her fuendehxp to be lughlx valued Bettv 'llao his that much coveted gift of pmse, of knoxung the right thmg to s'1v or do, of charm and pohsh uhxch 15 best expreased bs the one word finesse 214 t nw ,J , . V 1 7 ' . V JJ . 1 . t ' - Q . . - . . t .. . ' ' ' . : V' sf , . , . , ' .' ' 1 . L f 5 ' . ' . . .. W' : . . 3 Q . ' -: . ' . j . . . - Ht . J . .. . . , 6 i . . . , l l l . v n 'J 'li' - , , I, , , , ,7-,, ll'i p lim: i in ill - llglll 1 l l l . i pl l l . 1 1 H ilu l Y 1 1 'Y W l l . I lllll 5 l l l in ,ll I ,f l J v l 1 in l Q El l l - l n - Q ' , l, l jx 1 l I l l l ,A l l 3 2 1 1 ? l I l l n 4 l QQ' W p lj f ' v l l ' - Y 1 l ,, l l 'I' l l ' , V K 'l, rl 1!V.,.Lgl fin' iii?-NW Vi Senlor Class GRACE EVELYN ABRAMS ELLEN GRAY ACREE MOSHLEY, VA. RICHMOND VA. Lalin, English - Evelyn is a quiet young flaklyp but there is a delightful ryinklelbehinch hexlreserve. Before we met' her we had no .idea that a connoisseur in Laltiligwcqulcl possess a sense- V 1 of humor. After Zlll5lllflgllil1lf:IHE combinatioli- Y Y this polite coterationlof' Horace mingled with a philosophic' apprelliixtioii of Leacock and Milne. VVhaq more needrwe say of Evelyn?, M Biology, English Ellen hzisivvorshipped much at the shrine of beauty. She hasibrought to this shrine her dancing, her writingflher' drawing, paint- ing, and love oflnlll thingslheziutiful. May Day-with Ellehl ilsi the lspirit of wind, posters-with zilhilgh ,stnmlahtl of workman- ship, these are Ehleithings which mark her in- terest in the artistic side of college life. 1 1 l el l l 4- ,X 1 l on x no gi l fy ',Q.Y-.' n 1 ' l " al i 1 ' E ll lxalbg , ,, U, ' I lfj, YTVYNU1 wggjyll, siis rr,.y l lv i V iii? 'filer T lfll., 5 lljfi' l 1 l 1 'N ' 215 3 W' Senior Class JERUSHA NELDA ANDERSON MARY ELLENOR ARMENTROUT DARLINGTON, S. C. PORTSMOUTH, VA. Botany, German One would never suspect Nelda of a first name like jerusha. On the-other hand, she's not the least bit old-fashioned, but open- minded and even ready to play with radical ideas. Generosity -is one of Nelda's most enviable traitsg she has a habit of spoiling her friends by always giving them her best and believing only the best of them. 216 English, French Plucky, game, cheerful-those are the words which seem to characterize "Trout." Even when terrified to the point of frenzy after every test and exam on her best friend, French, she is always ready for I1 hand of bridge or a trip to the movies. Although she takes and enjoys what life has to offer, she always knows exactly what she wants and goes after it. Here's to Mary Ellenorl May her searches always encl right at the foot of the rainbow! ff- . - 1' v1 ii 'ii ww i'mi"'i"'d' '11 11 .,..-,.. L. ,- L-,...-. . --,.'...-....r.,..........,. . 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11111 41 11 11111 1 1 1' 1 1 I ' 11 1 1 1 i 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. ' 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 11111 1' 1 11111 . 1 111 1 111 1 1 11 ' 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 11 1 'T'-T1'1,? 'V f ' ' SCIIIOI' VIRGINIA HATH.AWAY BALLARD CHURCHLAND, vA. Latin, Malhemaiic: fffl' ' An altogether charrnil1gA,,pe.rsUn'is "Bye." There is somethingfiliout her that quite 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 111 1 11 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1. 1 111 1 1 111 1 11 I 11 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 11 1 1 -1 Class ALICE FRANCES BELL RICI-1MONn,' VA. H --,,, kv English, History Franeesilivesipr her friends and she really lives WSfl1e isfQe-Qujiirlgngvgvirl whom every- Cnlltivates l5gll9fli?93.l'-t.l'T 'ijfoife-T.ih E:0lle1gef.Cuisiilfs -onefcfpics ranging all 'ii for she is bezlutifrllfwliaps it is her intelQf?f?- ligence-for she ha511u"1brilli:1nt minclg per1g'5' 5' . . 11.' 1 1 . haps 1t is her q:ersonnl1ty4for she has a v1v1d1'1Tl"' 1 .111 1 1 . 11 1-ne. But theh agz111q'pe'i-liaps :he secret hes 1 1 . . 1 1 1- in hrr possession of all three! i 1'4"' 1 1the way from 1nake 21 mustard plaster 1up to eonficlentifilxafdvice ab1'1ut the most diH'i- 1eult love affairsg1TThe tragedy of flunking a 1test. Her room1'rdzirs1with 1116 voices of the town girls and qxgsuunds with their feet until you'd think that the floor vgguld break. At ,fj1 iii? riff?-1le:.1st,. and a ye11y:.hlg,part, cif,ifh?5-?0pL1larity 1 1111 1- 11g'3g1,.-L1 11g1i .1 1hes in her slnuerltji 1She says what she is 1 11!! '1--T-' 1going to do, zrrrishe does1 it. tiyerything 1 111i 1 1 1111 1 1about her goes11QrtAl an orderly11vay, and Q 1,4 1 1 , E, 1, LLQ,1tl1eref0re all lieiygljqaghcterisficsrseeth to con- ... 4 -11 "1 , ,Q-1. 1 11111111 1111111 1 1 11 tribute to 11 serene and lovely11liEel11 171.31119 11?...,L -,-Q'g1jg4-T-M .11f1,1...--x . .YNYY-.-ei.-.-1.fQ.1..'.1..l1 LL, Vgw ,MFL VYA 'Af 1 1 1 1 1 1-7741 1 1 .F 1 1 1----1 1 1 1 1 ff.-1--11 1 1 1 217 7 ., .Lf 74,1131 1' ,,,s7 rv Y rm 1... ,. V1 QL--- -Ji ' " .L ' 11 1 111 . 111111 ' 11111 11 1 1 1 11 1 1 111 Senior Class ALLENE CARRINGTON BOOKER' FLORENCE MAE BOOKER FARNHAM, VA. FARNHAM, VA. Botany, History Who would suspect that this diminutive person could maintain with such charm the dignity of a Senior? Bue she does. And when she gets her fingers on the keyboard of the chapel piano 'we forget imminent Anglo exams and gym contests. XVe even forget Allene-which, under the circum- stances, speaks well for her playing! l H 218 Biology, Engfisfz VVl1en Florence makes her debut in "Car- men," in the Red Cross building, who knows but what she is just seeing how it feels before she storms the Metropolitan? WVe won't dare a wild prophecy, but-Florence can sing. She can also laugh, make warm friends, and- shall we say it?-do upsetting things with the shears. VVe believe she is among the girls WVest- hampton will some day be proud to own. l l S6'I1iOI' Class RUTH LEIGI-I BOYKINS RZIABEL CLAIRE BRITTON IVOR, VA. NORFOLK, VA. Ezzylfxh, Laiin She is small, blue eyed and dainty-yet a very independent person withal. She goes her way which has been a pleasant way these four years with a supreme unconcern and a gay acceptance of the joys life has offered. The tasks of college seem to have rested lightly upon her shoulders-perhaps that is because she does them so easily. ZI French, History Quiet and dainty, Mabel conceals a world of sense beneath her soft curls. Because of her reticence, few of us have known her as well as we should have liked, but the fav- ored ones within the inner circle have been charmed by her lovely personality. She can be depended upon to take her part as Zl loyal' supporter of all class and college activities. f' ' ---e , eI1101' Class DOROTHY FL1zAnETH CAMPBLLL MAY SCIIBRER COPENH wuz DOSVN LLL, VX MARIONT, VA Bzology Mathemalzcs Sah' Dot 15 so lzmy Hlfefgents her voxcc out 4 Chcrfzulry Euglzsh Fhe spxrxt of fun has found a lmppy hunt .I "X i '-U?" " W" " ""' 'AHL' 7' Y ' h 1 ,v --- ww- --ff - -.--1-1.7.-+f, W ,, ,, . ,,,,,-Q , H . , , V Km . l' N l , , I f . 1 L 'P l ll l ll X 'NJ Ql l 1 1' 1' 1 l 11 'N Il l l lf l 1: l w '1 l l' 1 l 'l l 5 l , lil l 1 ll g l 1 I 1 l l l , 1 , ' 1 ? ll l . 1 I 11 , .1 Z , S 1 , H l 1 ': . ll i 1' l l '1 X 1 1 ll 1. 1 L lm 1 W , lil ' " Y , 1 1 111, 1 1 1 ,Wren 1 l, " 7 .V ' T Y Y ' ,, Y i i-T l" Y" .Z iill L, ' L ,ll Y- 'Y 1 l about every 0flfeiliisgmiifhfiiyfoinifgljivglfo.i K -lixxgfgfoqrgqflfdilieilrfiogylgizie. She pos- : 1 1 'wil' . V 111-o5f1if 'v 1 116111 .Q , 2 ' A 1 .,', 1. , -JH" 5 1 gl: in 1 ll . " -5 ' - -f " 4 2 ' - In ' C IT-ll 1 ' 'll'-M' 2 l .lll 'fl l , i lr . , , , lg 55 ' ,Q ' 3 ' . U I ,,.,.,. . . gy 34- .YM ,- ' 1, ' 'o 1 A 11.1 -:sl ' llfllll lfff' ' o . '-' - F. iff g j 11 1 1. 1 1 I I "1 - - 1 ' L 1 1 A ? 'J Q -ll T-'lfrfvf '?5f'Q I y k HW- AW XJ 5.1: I W.- ,,- , , me .A K , ' V51-'L l 1 5, Uzrlqil l W O 3i,1,,,l' Q71-,A-W - wk, -,AH-,dy ,Lb ,ff of ee ."o--fiofll --he - 1- H j 1 My 1 l I 1 M fl-"N ' l ' 1 1 A ' . Q iii? l Q ' Ni' ' r ' W' Qf ""' f?f1ii?:.:Al'Ay1H5"' 1H'ii""'f' :-'f f ' f W, use xt Th'1t'sltl1e lensfm You c'mt hear her' commg And She has 'lnothel mdustrxous ac compluhment tl1'1t of making Callco pupi bet ur tll'lI1 anyone elbe ,151 fthe country And when It comes to clrwvmg ihe puasltes th xt xnfect these s1me and other pups 1I1 Blolo she just canlf ,be beat It t'1kes a verszmle lady to do all thls, go rto't01wn every dat, 'md home every other YN ek besxdes qarryxng onl 'ln 1nchvxdu'1l seumglsoexety 'md lhol mg one hand at a game qi lbridge But thfzts Humpy sl lxqel 220 seeses a pe1son'1l1Ty ihaf 1l'ltI'1gllES you il pmt of brown eyes tl at astomsh you 111th then' tlepths, 'md 1 lxeeucmterest xn l1fe and thc adx ntures of llfefthat ch'1rmh you utterly Y YV. l . l 1 i i ll E l l . l : , l l l gn . gi 0 ll i A illll, 1 K V, xlib 1 ,l A ml., R, A1 SSI'1iO1' Class LILA CRENSHAW INEZ ELIZABETH CUTCHLN RICHMOND, VA. Hixiory, Illallfcrlzatics Lila has been ever ready to comfort and help all in distress, to rejoice over good,news" ' and laugh with the restifl-Ier sunshiny hair and merry blue eyes, her- happy smile, and her great unselfish spirit will be forever re-.N membered by her legions of friends. FRANKLIN, VA. f . g Latin, English VVe often wonderwhen Inez studies enough :to passijneri .Husseyibeczfoseqevery time we see her she 'is Ydoingkari bit of dainty sewing, going .to town, bi-.Qjust discussing the situa- tion in general. When comes to mak- ing costumes forl iniyi of '26's .performances or decorating for aipzirtyj we all go to Inez for help. She is justmihdispensnble to the social life of our classJ -' f .g ----- --fx ui A wi 1 H H Q ll H Wg I , H . l - W- . ' . ,H ,-,dl p l lfhlizifl F if ,lk i, 221 l.r ll' lille., ' A Will, 'lil l ll, l 4 W it 1 gl: lil l l llrptlle ,HJ , il l l l 1 l l l 1 1 l 1 I l l . l 5 l w I l l l l l I ffl SCIIIOI' Class DIARY VIRGINIA DALGHTRFX LILA DAVIS DEDMON 1IANnsoMn, VII CHASF crm, VII Chmnzslr y Malin malzrs Mary Vlrgmla D1llgl1tl8j, ltnown to 'some IS Methylene and to others 'IG Sllllglllllif, should be 'Iwarclecl hy all rlghts 'I set of 'Itomxc wexghts foI hemg' the champxon talker of the Semor Claw Vihethu the precIpIt'I the subject of her dmcourse, sou are sure to be Interested for Mazy Vrrgnnm poseesees 'I full Sh'1lC of pep and Oflglllilltj She I5 Cqll"lllV acceptable 'Is a hockev m'InageI, 'I gvm Czlptllll, a class treIsureI, 'In 'InnuIl rep Iesentatxve 'Ind a chermst But above every thmg else, Mary VIrgIn1a IS 'I good sport 3-rv L llylljh, Hzslor y If sou are eter cloul 'Ind out 1nd vI'Int mmpathy 'Incl CllCCl'flllIlCii, go to Lll"l SlIe has the glft of eternal happrnees :Incl true fnenclshxp Together Iuth these she posses ses 'I los 'Ilty that makes her 'I true frrend Jolls at 'Ill trmes except when exams come 'lhen she 15 In clesp'IIr, became she, who has never Hunlted, IS sule th'It Qhe Is Ill thu tIme sr for that brlef spice look elsen here for fun I l I J f , I 1 1 f , . , 7 ' ' . , ' ' ' ' . A ' ' ' . . j I 'I L I '. 1: " ' " ' '.. " 5 ' " 'j . ' .. M ' I. l L rl . ' I L - l ' .,. I 1 .'.'. W 7 "' ' G 1-X . 4 fc ' ' I I I tion of zinc or the last word in l1LllI'CLlfS is to whoever claims her frienclship. Lila is 5 ' '. H' I . ' j . ' ' :I : . ' , , -E ' .V . 'I ,. .' 1 'S v 1- . .' ' I Sl. YN .' , is Y. I K " ' I ' ' H . - I 1 ' x I ' f . J 1 1" .:' I A ' . I z ' H C 1 " .- . . 611101 Class MARGARET COINIFORT DORSEY Ls DIA EuGl:N1A EDMONDSON BOVK LING GRIFX, VA Lafw, Lrmlzsfl 'Illere ls a peculrlr ch'lrm that belonge to thobe people x llo llxe mostly XXlIl1lIl them seller 'Ihel do not form as ITIIIH frlend shlps perhaps but those thlt tllel do make 'lle deep md true M2llf2,'WfLt IS one of those. people Qulet elle muy 'lppezll but there IS plenty of 'lctlon 'lnll deep thought llehlnd her l5l0Hl1 eve: lllose of us who 'lve known her predlct that some dal her thol oughnebs and her f'lcult3 of keen nhserx :mon ull CXPICSS ltself to the world lll an lntel estlng and perhaps unusual mzlllner 2 WAUKISHA, VSIbCOIxSIN Chzmzxlry El!-Hll5h There 15 not a p'lrt of college ZiCf1V1tY, nor 'l corner of WeQtllzlmpton llfe, lxlllch has not b en enrxclled bv her partlclpatlon 'md vlelhll SIl'Cl1gl'llEl1CCl by her llllflflflg support The flnenes of hel enthuilaim ln all SPOIYS, both on the Held 'lnfl 'llong the blclelmee lms become a part of the lthletlr. fI'3dlt1Oll Sle ll li glven hel lnterest ID 'l whole hearted 'lllil gen erous Splrlt to exery organlzntlon 'md CIUSC l l '. l ' l . . l l l V l l l l l l l ' l S . , , , 1 f , - . ' S izf . 5 ' ' T . , . , . . . Y 1 , 4 f l 1 . ., , 1 . , .9 , L y . , . L , ., f .I , . , 5 iv - 3 , K Q , . l, ., . 1. D , Y ' . l ' 2 . A e 3 S' 1 ' . l. A ' ' 3 . V t .R . . 4 1 e K 1. l 4 . , L l X , L e e ' ' Z ' . 1 Ie I .. .. hr - . ' - . - ' ' f 1 .- ' ' 1 r ' ' I , . A .. C L . 1 ,. K , . . , - 23 SGIIIOI' Class MARY FRANCES ELLETT CARRIE L,OUISE FRY IOCH AI-ION ms, VA L nglzsh, Malhcmalzcs Mary Ellett smlles, 'ind you begun to thmk rt must be sunshmg, out of doors, even 1f rts pourmg donrr rum, because there xs so much hght 'md exrxme t m her face Mar mmblg eludrng bothlthey opposrng centers 'md catchrng every basketlrxll xx hzch Anme Renee tosses to her or rea mg Anglo mn twenty mm utes wx hen lt t1k6S the rest of us over an hour, or gettmg term papers done ahead of tlme vuth plenty of tlme left to play brldge to go to town and collect more,art1cles for her hobhv of having mmraturelclolls land dogs and such thatls only! a ghrnpselof the Mary, whom all of us love 224 RICHMOND, vx Bzology Englzsh If you want somethmg well organized 'md then carrled successfully through to the end ask Lourse If you want 1 gurl ruth real lleadershrp keen cletermmatlon, and a sense of humor which shows Itself 'xt the most unexpected but usually the most opportune lmes, thats LOLIISC If you want to thrnl-. of '1 gul who stlnds out 'ls one of the best Sophomore class presrdents Westharnpton ex er had or of '1 g1rl who had the courage to refuse to g1VC 1 permxssmn vfhrch she rn 'lll f'11rness to Student Government she could not grve try LOUISE She IS all of that and mor is y A y as ec e .N 1 l 1 A l I - I W ,N l l ll i l J l ll 1 r '. l Ei 4 1 , l l. " H A 1 :i l l ' l ll 1 an I-I , ll i , 1 . ll 1 i l l A lv ' , 1 1 l I V, , 1 1 or 4 f i l ,ll dl asas as as s or r . if my 'A A M A"'Q,15'l-1 . f aj 7 , . .' ' . f Vl :llf-l . ' ' ' ,. . lv Fw V . . A ' - 1 4 K ' ' ' 1 wfu . .pf . , I .' 'V ' . 7 1'+j,v" xi 21. fliffii leg' We y l .', .' . ' rl. Q, I WY I A L 3-h,-ity, x J L- 1 , 1 ,. cgi: M l , ' . L , l . ,.t. X Nil-YI Mui ,l N , . ,- miiix. Ll' M ' ' . Cl ' 1 my x'f is e 3 , V Ev 4 IJ' I -' w H 'AQ " l l . , 1 of .I.-.. . We I -----i+l"':ffj' " "I , 1 I f III -Q---.-M.-...--.-.gsL-WM I III , ,, , V I I II I I Iv I I II I I I QIIII I I I I I I I I 1 I 'I I +I' I I Q .1 UN I I I' II' I MII I 1 III I I 1 I I I I I III- Ia I 'I'I 11' I i I I , I 1 ... . .......-... . -,,...,-. It... ., ....I .., ' I I.I I I1 I : 1 . W' f IIN' I iii' I I 1 IIQII E II1I, . III I I I III 1 I I , I i WI I L I I I' I I I 'III 3 II I F , 'I SCI1iO1' Class HENRIETTA FUGAT12 AURELIA HATTIE GILL MACON, GA. RICHMOND, VA. History, Maihefrzatics X, " 'X' Henrietta sits on tilSfb11Ck"SC-dt in Sociology and saves the,situgpnlvyllen-thelegjmfjhe 'A -f .xr .Hi.vlory, P. and H. A girl who Eiinsconqmand the admiration and- love 'of-V both men -and--women, such a sutdents hz1veTQiV'enEQfifTi'n'i'desFzL1iri'iSheE?Lfgirl' is'AureTiz1"Qfi1l..l:IS'he:'lies mastered thc has ll quiet 'ivay ombdptiiring many A's. If zirt of being :1 i'eal,friend. IHer sure sense I ' I . . w V: Indeed, Henrietta has a,'qu1et way of do1nglII7 everything, and she dftenisniisleads folks into crediting her wivith nIA'ucIhIniore dignity than her friends knew she.-possesses. VVe venture a predictionpshe wi1I one day make zu splen- did 1105125515 In-e V I WTHT1' I fI II I III! W 0 I I I I I I I - . I . I ,.-,1. I XII Iv- - - - '+--A -'TW - V, Y, df honesty and iheiljpdrfect Lincerity inspire cionfidence from jwho linow her. She dan be trusted n's- welllas losied. No higher tribute can be priid- to anyone? I ' I - ig '.s. ,'iEIii ij-, I- I.. 3 Iigfis I II IIT I I' fi fi Iu-,..II M., , I 225 --ff'-H MII I Vibqq 21. 1 I ' I 1, 5 I I gwfv Y EVMVYI 1 AJ ILVIIV I. Z I Senior Class EDITH GRACE GOODE NIARGARET WVAD1: HARLAN RXCHMOND, VA. English, French When independence walks abread, accom- panied by grace of 'mind and a sense of humor that never fails to delight, it speaks for itself. Only-we would add just the. hope that Hopkins duly appreciates her rare good fortune next year in being Edith's new Alma Mater! 226 RICHMOND, VA. , English, Iliriory Serenely calmymidst a hurrying world, and possessing, that superibx' intellect and charm- ing dignity thathmake one seek often her rare judgment and count it a privilege to have spent an 'hour in conversation with herg with ideas unlimited fthey must always be newj that never fail to produce the per- fect effect that all admire but can not achieveg a nature keenly sensitive to beauty and art so that her work is,C0mplete only 'if she satis- ifies her artist's soul, and needs not added praise to make it seem like time well spent: a character made of interests strikingly varied and pleasingly Balanced. "She fwcis part of all .the mel." SeI1iO1' Class EMMA HUNTLEX', I"i1:e-I'rnsident VVINSTON-SALEM, N. C. English, Biology Everybody loves to go to town in Emma's car-not especially' because it is a lovely car, hut because it is Emma who is driving. Emma has the sort 'of lquiet reserve that is impressive. One feels ETTIITHIYS qualities- one does not have to see. She is artistic iii an appreciative way, anzll friendly that way too. She does not ask-she gives. l 227 SARAH ALMA JAMES LEBANON, VA. English, French VVhy are We smiling? VVhy Alma has just paid us ,a cheery "pop-call," and the world looks brighter for it. Yes, she takes Anglo and three other languages besides, but they make only a slight! impress on her buoyant spirits. She is always prompt but seldom hur- ried, a model of neatness, and an attentive friend. VVe predict for her success in any work she may take up. l 4 iii l l l i l 2 ? 4 1' y , l l l l 1 4 ll . 1 1 l l l 1 , f ' ,N 1 l ' I 4 4 l 1 , l ll , l ly A 1 l i , v' M l l l-A X i l v I , , ll I lx in J l, ' l A -- V l - li . y f i ' w 4 , i ' 3, ' l y nl, 3 V lx l l l al ll or so , dfi ffiiai r 'fda i SCIIIOI' Class NANNL1: CUIIEY IANIES ELIZABETH GLENI x I ux E 1 4 ,.4 . i- 4 4 4i N.- .4 I 45, ' ircas. BLUEFIELD, W. VA. BLUEFIELD, W. VA. English, Hislory V ' , English, Ilistory Culley has an ambition. 'She anxiously Glenna 'hash -brought from Louisville the looks toward tlliiilbi SVllC,f! wiil illsuiuyt, ,,Wwabilityato,,carr3pon.aiLefIective and inspira- the youth of2ilXii1Eri1:,ai.inilh?Hu-nalfe-of--hiss tory dates. I I gl Culley also has Titiah hair, but since heir disposition matches fthe":amhition instead ofvf 'P the hair, andlsince slie possesses fine sincerity and warm friendliness, we believe the said tiorralssprogramgin.-YQJVVQ A. work. She is Qthe sort of a can .do serious things with the propeigbileaiieh of nierriment. Frank- .ness is one of,'lierl'xiirti1es,l and she admits lthat she can fahe lwrnilely any life of service provided it has nothing toldo with history l youths are willing to be instructed. parallel. 4 lx ' T f Y ' 1- ' ' lr i' if Sf: 4 . l , F 1. 1 ,. 5 . iv- 4 l Y 1 ly in ' 1 Wff' ni'--if-1 I is si .1 H1 l 1 lf-15 use ll I' H 1 l' JlM,"'1 W hi 'WY M 1 A w .' 3 ' 1 l . 228 li' w l Y l I l l l ' , , 1 l t V ' l I M , l l , I l p l , l l' l l 'l A l 9 l , I l 1 i l l l it 'l , , l . , l 1 w l it ll I , I it up l ' il 1 l I l l w 1 .yu My ,J .wW,,,l,, 1 Senior Class MARGARET LAZENBY BLUEFIELD, W. VA. Englixh, Mllfht'lI1UliC'.?-,,,f" " ' T Margaret Lnzenby .will faliifnjs be remem- bered by thelgehool r1tlarge..:1gVisXmpatl1egief CATHERINE LETT NEVVPORT NEWS, VA. ' English, History CHtllCl'lliCg xl1z1s.,lJer1uty of strength and ,,,,,,,strength-of. l:ea.uty.i.Slie:-is. athletic, artistic. just house-president....VVith l1er--friend'rsh'e- -ishgg. She''loveifbez1t1tij.ulYgthing's and beautiful mu- clever, wistful. Mzinytofx last ye:1r's Freshll l .V H W V men looked upon Miirggiret as a sort of ideal. 1. ,V . V -- She was Junior President and made manyj FI'CSl'llTlEIllS uielcome, Warmer. Anyhow it is easy to look up to- a, ..tz1ll, fair, statuesque, upper clagsman. t t e ' l if ll. ll ll l l 5, l 'Uh l ill te--. - it f z --ll t ,Y ..l .. J, l -..lvl i-w- ---'- lsie, poetry, pnilltiiiigillieautiflll expression. He- lsides having herlown, she appre- lcizxtes those of ihwefvfriendsw The great gift lof appreciation Igoeslto makel up her populari- , ty, , . l l l 1 1 , . . v ' l s My 1 . , 4-11, Jyf. ,' N - fl1.,l ,.J Y" .W l .,,,i, W , M ' l l 6111011 Class MARY EVELYN LIFTLE MARLAN ROZIILLE MARSH SUl:'I'0Lk, VA RICHMOND, VA Bwlogy, Chemzsfry Mary, though a small person 'md '1 tr'1ns fer 'xt that has m:1n'1ged to mwlxe her pres ence felt on the campus Though ordmdrxly r'1ther SC1'10Llb and pre occupred, she has '1 lot of fun 1n her VVe can never forget VSll'lt a good halfbwck she became rn second team hockev, or wlnt a Hrrtntxous Polly s Pa she was at one of our p'1rt1es 231: Englzsh Frrnch She steps from '1 pxcture, 1 demure PILUIXC French Aperlrlps l'0ll'l'lllt1C surelw She does manv things, and does them well She lb able to ws rxte verse 'md charmmg prose, Lol ored with a love of the 1rt1st1c VVxth the Pl'1yers, she CDIhlIJ1l'lCb or1g1n'xl ldC'lS wxth the abxllty to curry them out successfully 1 ' 1 Y l 1 1 1 l l 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 11 1 X Q 1 1 1' ' S . Q ' 4 1 4 . . . '. , . V n . K L L " .l I K Q ' ' 1 , , 4 c L ' ' S-W AL Y Y VJ 71-'V 5 Y J ,'. ' " Y 11 ' . -A ' l ." Y ' . . 1 ' M- I 1 1 ' ' ,A . :.- . - . 1 1 V V. , . . U . , N 1 , 4 . . 1 , 1 V -,, 1 . . H . . . K v. 1 , , 1 . 4 4 , , 1' ' 1: ,s 11 ' ' . ' . . H 1 . I Y . 4 1 I l z ' 1 l 1 1 1 l Senior Class Avis M.4RSHfkLL LUBDOCK, TEXAS History, German , ' Has anyone ever seen Ayis cross? VVe never have and we dunk' believe thatrshe ever is. Always cheerful herself, she is ready-to sym7 pathize with the soriows of others and re- joice in theinsuecessesf. Unsellishness is her, Y Y dominant ehzlrgcteristie. 'She is always ready with a smilelfor anyone from the meekest town Rat to tlle most harassed Senior. l 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 A l 12 1 "1' 1 1 1l l : 1 1 1 1 Ln.1.1As BROOKS MASON MODEST TOVVN, VA. English, Latin Demure anilserene, that's Lillias. Unruflled hy the heights and depths that disturb must of- ns, she goes along easily and peacefully doing her workfiwell and getting her full share of pleasure wtoo. Her pretty brown eyes hold a sparkle that indicate the lively sense of humor which, as her friends will tell you, is another of Lillias' characteristics. 1 11 1 1 1'1 CHIOI' Class LOLISI: FRANCES MATTERN RICHMOND, VA Hzsiofy Freud: LOLHSC presents '1 study There rs '1 touch of uxstfulness about her a feelmg of frustra t1Oll, 'md yet she knows what she s 1fter, and she gets xt Although she 15 not gulllble there 'xlw uys seems tolbe someone 'lskmg her about the lfitest development of the r'1c1:1l pro blem or her outlook on the plotectwe tanlf That's T C'1lm and l1IllllH:lCCl' BUCCTLISC she h'1s tnme foi all the pleasantness of college hfe Lou1se 1S demanded on all occasions md at all trmesl 22 MARY LOUISE NZICGLOTHLIN GREENVILLE S C Ilzslury Blalhmfzalzfs I'asc1n'1t1ng thflts Mary Lou Through out hex whole college c'1reer she has kept us lll suspense a to just what her alert and ont, mul mxnd wlll do next She IS full of sur PIISCS 'lnd mx arrably entertamlng, lhen too M'1r3 LOUISE 1s possessed of wh1t seems to us more th'1n her share of tilent and :1b1l1t5 She u rxtes clehghtfullw, and she talks xntexestmgly and she uses her vers1t1le mmd to 'accom plrsh successfullv 'mythmg thfzt she under takes 5 I . s M t so , vi' A ll l , l l l ll i Q l l l . 1 I 2 ll 1 l l t l l l 1 l l' l I l l I ' I 1 l It l f 1 V l Y ' ' ' 1. L --- 1 , f ig,-11, ,WL L, 5 fzrf 1 ' . f V W Q . , A . ' Y fvw, f. , , v .x . P xl, 1 Y i 'I . V ' ,T K - Y .. l . llllf 'ff M ' 9 so rQ l , A lfsviri-Y K , V if , l o l lfgfiil l l l l l 1 l l 3 W doo do 'td 'd oo o 121 Tl ' l." i'j1'Q f' " " 'W do d 1 1 1 I 1 1 ,fi 1 'if ' iv-Mu.K--.11 Q.. fin VW Y 61'-. 11 V 11 V , YT .TY W... . .. . ....v ..-Y-..-,...-..-...5 1 11 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q1 1 1 1 1 W1 i 1 Q ' V1 'E 1 i 1 i i 1' 1 . I fi 1 11' 1-fm-rw-ff ---- fv- wwe- :: -if-f-'D-----3 1- 11 1 1 1 11 i 1 . 11 1 ' 'X I E111 1 li" , . , ., 1 1 1 -1 Y' Q5' , 1 .1 ' 1 ' 1x i 'N 1 A 1 V M 1' Q iii' 1 1 , V 1 1 1 1 111 11 1 ' 1 i 1 1 i fy i i 1 if 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 . 11 1 1 1. I ' ' ' 1 1 .. W, -,,,,I,.I. ,,.,,,,,,,L,,,.- .. 11 LL - . . - L -..LLLL - L 1 A f . ,- r..- 1 'T - f- -A ' ,. 'Cf,,,.,,1.4 1' 1' 1 I . ,,. . .L . I 1.11.1 .1 ' 1 . .1L. ,.,1ff 1L11i11,-,,,T 1 1 1 " S6I1iO1' Class ELIZA GRIRISLEY MILLER CULPEPER, VA. English, Lalin A-,,,ff""' "Y The gods were kind. toJz6 'tive years ago when th ey perguzideli-ALi ?.1li Ato- .r:hztnge7Alm:iTf.-.1 Mnteljs, and Hgollins1yy5.j11st"pln'ih'ly' out 'effii B-IARGARET MALCOLM MILLER CUMBERLAND, MD. E' - A ,I English, Latin One who eniwget-,ALS on Latin and yet give Misswlieggei ywgjirnzegiineqrnmelit on the .cirezlmywxvnydin "Wlhji'5l31"She'g 'zes out of the luck, that's zxlI1 Fev11QInHi4tz1ls can withstandliii'iwi1i11cloxv, one wi -igzip get eferything done 1 1 , 11 - the strain of half-a-iiQZeigA or so transIat1on11j, 11111111 1 zfhead of time lot of spare time 1 Y classes sufhcienily to geirigtdzirid still preserve11iMmlCff to SUV i1Ud'1l1!5?WgI'ii6 1Tl4il'6 ICHCFS in Il 1 un unruFHed frnnt, butfliiafs one of the for-I , , tunate few. Her good .humor's contagious: . 1 I . . her word sincere, and' her friendship coveted. jjveek than most df usldd in Z1 Tnonth, one who can be anything from-.a negr servant in the J1lIli0l'-FFESIIUIZIII'VV6ddillg to,:1,,queen in zx 1- -f-v1 iwinr 1 ,ii-9G!ee Club opereftggnne n'hdfL'ii'i:1be the 1 1 Q- F 1 I-1 vhry essence of dirghity fwhe' she Jchoosesj, 1 ff 13 1 giibpt who has nn mableilsource of non- 1 1 1 gr lsense-that's MH11sgHilE?. Is there any wonder 1 1 1, ,L Ll 1,1511 1-' 11 1- ' ' that with all this--nttrac iw'enesi-e,sf.e1'y ne likes lw1mLLLLII1m1L,1LL,, Re ..L,LL,L-L1mmU -I e ' "'I '51 3471513 'Illi- 1 1 M 1 1-231' 1g he E kj-1 ,. A 1 1 1 T i211 1 X I 'ffgf'li1 I ' XX "T 233 2 - 5- -------- Y Y 737- 111'1f?M'j 1' E114 , "Hg, If " I... 1 ii11i11 P CI'1101' Class NIARGARET HUFF NOFISINGFR '1Roulv1L11, VA WVIARY DANDRIDGE PAYNE, Secrefmy I'1cncl1, Malhz malzcs She lxkecl the Senior c'1l1co dogs so ws ell she mqde one for a sm'1ll rel'1t1ve, which shows sure But we ire sure that Marguente vuth her dravxl 'ind her smxle 19 one of our finest girls And she does not neglect culti vutmg 1 firm scholastic record along with the cultivation of those fuends 234 DRARFS BRANCH, Vx Fnglzsh Spanzsh Her charm is of the delightful vuiety fr1ends She has a poise which is 'xble to cope with the most difficult situations Whether she is starring in '1 Glee Club operetti or dis cussmg lifes problems with her friends she is characterized by '1 sweet seriousness l , , N A ' " ,5 . L ' ' ' ' 1 ' I I , . L' I u . r . 6 . L K 1 L Y A ' I ' either artistic or domestic tendencies, we aren't which does not pall D on even her closest 1 . . . ,, . w CIIIOI' Class THELM x PHLTGAR MADGE XVARRINGTON POLLARD BI Ubi IILLD, VS X 'X POR'lSMOUTII, VA L nglzsh Illslory It IS h1rd to sag anytlung about Thelm'1 xuthout c'1us1ng her to rlse 111 1IlLllgll'ltl0l'l out of her modesty She 15 a thoughtful poet, whose verse luts the mark every txme 111th ITlll91C for the e'1r She lb one of VVesth'1mp tons most br1Il11nt, 'md she xull some day become one of VVC5tlll1T'lPf0l1 s most renou ned xr she null not let modestx stand 111 her ws 'xy 2 b nglzsh, Ilulory Take '1 look at the g1rl, who, mathem'1t1cal 11 spealnng 15 a perfect sphere Mqdge IS Vlfesthaxnptons all round g1rl VVe meet her on the tuck Held 'md the basketbqll court, not to mentlon 1n the v'1rs1ty hockey te'1m She IS not only one of the largest bncks 111 our VVDIDHIXS Bu1Id1ng but IS VICC presnlent of Student Government and P1 Alph'1 I her we see a hvmg ernmple of perpetuwl mo non, 'always busy, but wlth plenty of txme to Jom xn any mxsclnevous for otheruusel en terpnse That h'1ppy faculty IS hers of see 111g the humorous 1n l1ttle every d'1y affarrs ulnch '1ppe'1r pros'uc to most of us, 'md 111 ddxng zest to the dullest task 1 . 1 1 1 1. 1 E 1 l 1 1 1 '1 1 ll 1 ' l 1 1 1 1 11 l l 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 ' 1 1 l '1 l 1' 1 1 WR 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 S ' ' 1- 1 . 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" - 1 W Y, , 1 c t I L CIIIOI' ANNIF Rrvc Powl LL WAlxE roREsT, N C Englzsfz MllfhFIIlHf1C5 IIere s a glrl who IS ta'll"1ncl doesnt mind xt, who has Won more-athletxc honors-th1n any other glrl lll ollege ibut 19 qlllte mod est who has a aturally brlll1'1nt mmcl but IS not 'xhamecl to study who because of her democratlc r1en lll1CSS, is one oi' thle most popularlgxrls xn co lege, and yet doesnt know It 2 1.8.55 BIARGARIIT NIAGRUDPR Povs ELL BAL'l IMORI' MD Englzsh Lafm Froggle thats for the exrxtxc gl ratxons her nxmbleieet perform as she chases the All llush hockey team-or amuses her hall but Vl 111 0 the WISP that s for the soul of her 'ls xt slums here and yon ol er the marshes 'md meadows of college Ewen now xts flnckermg hght becomes them steady be rm of the mmd xuthm and shlnes wnth equal brrghtness whether rt be from learned halls Follles boards ,JE ,QQLQQQQQ .r,,.l il l ll fi rl , . 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' 'H' L lTl?lelliTf'Tff?.A,.jill'T V Il 'llfl l ff fl k-dw' lf l l l 'l Q: -, , ll ,I ,1 l 3 ll ll l l 2 l Y l R l l ll l lj gl vi lil 1 l 1 l l 1 4 l l l 1 ll l ll X 1 , l I l l , , l s lu l l. ll I , 1 l V v Senior Class MARGUERITE FAY Roman IQATE RUCKER SUMTERI 5- C- French, Lalin English, Hisiory - ' Pep, energy, enthusiasm-all Vigo to make up that versaftilelrgersonalgyi-Mgirgigijtgnz ,M She is the kindwviflio il6fgnffTE:5t cdhtEiit,Wh'enr l l one job is Cdmpleteclflhhtlis always lookingfrl-V' for new fields to contjlieri Her success is ek! 3 emplified by lper physical :prowess on the athgl T-l letic field, helr businessalaility in managingl the bookshop,'and her scholarship in classes., ,, That is why, whenl we want a thing done VVe-thank the kind chance that brought Kate from lH0llins ,to us. Her nature is of cthose attractixze.-corrLbiriatiox1s.of fun and abil- l r ity--that' seems 'tocyireoa' wonderful time just living. Everylhnrfrhilig she reaches the top of the hill, fofqiigiives iii town, in time for a nine o'clohlEiiclass, and no matter how icy the breezesjfrplnlthe lake she's always in a marvel0us,humor. Alllof us will agree that this is no lmean accomplishment. thoroughly we all sayrfiGo to,Marguerite."1 lit, f-- ,ff ' -1 5 3 ll-l5'f:. .lfwl wel , l , , . ling-I-,ll -,H ,.- l lr- fr - I, W, lg,l, ll,,,l ll,l vi 3,l+, W l' l ' wifi rl l Q Y L l l l l ..: ll l lil' 5 li ll all ,lr f ,l,.l:.1V 7 . ,yi -, ig' , 3 f w 'Ll,iA:, l ', 1 I' Q jf' w l l ' l - :ll r Y 237 ,W fl N 1 , , V 'li , 1 Lg-,ll l n 'mme ' W l SCI'lIl01' Class RUBY O'NI3IL SALE ELIZABETH CHRISTIAN SALLIE NORFOLK, VA. HALLSBORO, VA. English, History Ruby is one of the few of us who possesses the proverbial dignity attributed to Seniors. The serenity with which she moves through the daily routine of College life gives her plenty of time foufamusements. Here we find the qualities of unselfishness, intellect, dignity, amicability and indifference intricate ly woven into a lovable and friendly char- ncter. 2 V. Biology, P. and H. VVho doesn't know "Salle" with her queer combination ,oft demureness and a real en- joyment of every bit of fun that strays her way? Salle is ,an-gill-round Westhamptonite. She pursues her P. Sc H. and Biology majors with the earnestness and pep which she puts into a hockey game, or into selling the far- fnmed "Ivory," and the Tony Surg candy. As one of the most loyal members of '26 she has backed all our undertakings, working in- variably where the honor and the praise would be least. Q SIIIOI' Class HARRIET LoU1sA SHARON RUBY SIIELHORS1' 'wus NEAPOLIS, Mns NI English, Illxloly Harrxets SjITlP'lll1CflC frlendlmess 'und kxndly lnterest xn everyone has won fox hex college woman, whose personallty 1b1lx x and lovabllnty enable her to wear '1 P1 Alpha p1n and hold down her posmon 'xs plesxclent ofthe X W C A and Stuclenl Government oflicml Wlth 'ln easy grace Z RICHVIOVD, Vx Euglub Ilulrny Talk? More than that, her words flow' But theres I1 dlffexence between our subject revel 1n verboslty she talks and to hsten ers Lucky uudxence, too' l l ' l 4 l W " l ll 1 , l l l l W l S . 4 ' X. 'L L 1. , , . , Y . . ..f' A' ' V I ,' ' ' K, . " F , . K . l r ' . , ' ' hosts of loyal friends. She is ,ther typical here mal all the rest of the sex supposed to H ,, , W, . Y 1 V . 5.1: r- - U . . J, 4 V K .N I 7 V L , G 1 -X , 4 . K X I 4 I , - f . . . l , , ' l ' l 1 l l lil i ll l C A ll ll I ' 4 il l f yi l l l in I l 1 ll l V wi f l l lvl X l ' l Mi l I ll ' ' iill is l Q W , ,wi ,Ni VH . ' .. S6I1iO1' C1355 EDDIE WILMOTH SOYARS FLORENCE EUNICE SPADY WITT, VA. TOVVNSEND, VA. Mathematics, Physics 1 . We wonder if she hzis,taken'leave of her senses, or is it tligxtjliewis jusg unique? At any rate Eddiefealniliiclwoseiilhysics ,an ' I Math for her: college assoeintes. The moref wonder that slme emerges from such an envig ronment the niost opfiiiiiisticl soul on our camf pus. Ifvshe sees thellglooniy side of life, we are all fooled,ibecause she inakes you feel it's just loads ofrfun to ine alive, and before you know it- you find yourse1i,1f1ughing.wi1ih her? V 1'7" Y' '-A' M' l and wondering wllyljniil liadn't lseen-f-the funn all alonig. Generousililiglfid kill slife-has, be her owix cheerful selsqlof 'her stlieugeh to lugi, books to the wlibraryflshe on cliiir ing! per-N sonality ftohiliie known in ouiileoliel-Qc Xliforld. , b I 'rl fig ,Mila , du, E l I " ' I English, Mathematics Serene andullrufiled by the stir of events, Borence Ylgaslgone her Wgytyyith independence ofifiriflaind sEriousness'6f7ii'li1nner. She has il reserve about iles and a gentle dignity that eharacterizes all Elder actions and her associa- tions with life at Westhumpton. ,.l sl ll l l l in u 240 SCIIIOI' Class IXATHI r1:N VIRGINIA ST1NsoN BLUILFILLD, W VX Englzslz, Malhunalus She was one of the latest to suecumn to lhe mcorngxble But she has pxesexvul u hat the crmca ten we the younger generntmn have thereby lost sympathy and Qveetne-S Add to theee tralte one of the merrxest laughh the Semor claws, 'md you 'ue xuwclurul to lvxthleen X 2 I IoN1 STUIISSY Mmvu, rLA Ilzsioly Maihcrrzatzrr Aboxc all her acluevements 1 mls r-h1XI'Xr shxp It xs not '1 schol'uQhxp vxhlch IS bound so nd m'lde narrow by worm mul from outslde actlutles, but one which IS enrxched 'md brmdened bv p1rt1c1p'1t1ng m all phages of lrfe 'lt VVesth'1mpton She 15 also one who shfues Xdews 'md bl1IJgS new thoughts mto the dxkcussmn of .my queitlon No matter what nthu xnterests hive cl'i1mecl her atten txon she 1119 kept the 1de1l of hlgh schohr shxp ever before her WX. 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It'sn3'f' :- a truism to shy thafllflestfmamptolm will misfJfET' h i Mi f X Cf. w,'V 'A 1 Y fitime and ways f-fjillfikhg. Not only in a col- llcge colnlnnlnitylffliul' ln every walk of life, ithere are impgftanwplaces that only such "dependable" penpleycbn fill. Together with -Q -' l - 12 . . L .-.nf . . l " l her ablhty and olilxgmgness, Dome combmes . Y' VY A,-Van attractivenesfhali Charrjl of personality 'ig-lilf if W i A I Y Mthat make for heianispecially pleasant place If f - -Q F5132 "7 'in the mexnoriesiif-h'e1 classmates: ' N' W 'Iv-'if N973 "if ' " " ' ' . 1 - ,- 1. lim r , ,. .-,. ,. 1 H, , , l l lil l INF W1 Lv: F , 1,3 K, Mfggg: QU li :fl 'v '? f'f"7Q'l I V 1" ' W ,I YY, AML!!! fill!! ilflil,--. , L I' - ruff: V H Wig? .- 4 he e s 5" f ' 1 , , Q' - 1' w l I ---.--! 5 N y J L -, Ja, f 1 243 Y ., 7 Ziwinygx , e AV e ,W xM,,., Qi yy .,,,,' , fn-, l --- 1 1 1 1 1 I11 1 1 1 , 1, ' 1 X 1 W 1 1 1 1 ,ix N i l 1 N l 1'1'll' . 1 l A 1l' ll 1 1 ll l1ll 1 WN. 1 ll X 1 11 1 1 1 S6I1iO1' Class VIRGINIA HIXSSELTINE WALKER LOCKLIES, VA. English, Hislory Virginia is the embodiment of efliciency, however paradoxiiial, that :nay mseeg in one yet so young. V She is, also a good sport and a staunch friend. Andif she, as a future trained nurse, can analyze a microbe as skill- fully as she noiv analyzes' an Anglo complexi- ty, all is well.i 1 l 1 lf E dl" ' 1' ll 1 lVLfn1Y BRANCH VVVOODNVARD RICHMOND, VA. 1' English, French Are all brightminds so shy? VVe wonder why they are, unlessifthey-'-re just plainly awedilt theirownjimowledgel That must be it: VVe listenlspeeghless to Mz1ry's smooth flowing Frenchg lwe behold her in this class or that-the other one: too-calmly walking away with all the honors, and welbow to the un- adulterated brains of -her, wondering dumbly why we can't do it, too! l 1 1 1 I . J 1 1 1. 1 l ll ' 1 N 1 1 1 1 W . l lil , , 1 l 1 . 1 1 , 1 1 l 1 . 1 l 1 1 l 2 l 1 Unior l.1I1iO1' Class Colors: Red and White Flofwer: American Beauty CLASS OFFICERS MAliGARET POWELL DOROTHY BAGWELL HELEN GAssER . . 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JENKINS I ELIZABETH JONES ALICE MAssEI LOUISE MASSEY BERT!-IA MCC XLL VIRGINIA MCMURIREY GAY MINOR KATHLEEN MOORE ANNE MYERS .EDNA MEX ERS BEVERLY NEALE ETIIEL PERKINS ELINOR PIIYSIOC VIRGINIA PLEASANTS 22 I ,. ,V ' I -Y , - --' --jljw. J, EIIIEL POND SUSIE POWELL GRAY ROBINSON SARAII ROGLRS DOROIH1 SEAY MARGARI I SANISLOW PAULINE SCOII' ELIZAEETII SIIERMAN CORRA SMIEII VVILLIE SMIIII IILISE STE!-IIENSON ELIZABETH SUIIIERLAND ELIZABETH TALIAFERRO ANNE TREN'r NORA TURPIN IILEAROR 'I OWSON MARG-xRE'I' VVILLIS BEIWIY WINSTON Ka! Frrrnrns Hn In-sen H-1 fvfi Jullfzl' Hn!! wrfl W, Fu En F7 Elf fvla. 771 Cent Doruflzy Con folly Hel SQ Der 6 cl - ,-,. I 1 'E H fx U P. I. 1.4 1 1926 V l I I J -'I N 3 ' 1 Y I 4 w Q. 1 . ei? Ili WH' Q f . ..'1fH1:1Lfff - 1 .- 4 . , 1 Y Z W Y, 'L - - . H ' 'Y x"' A' ' U 1229 Y ' ---,ff if" 1,"'T ,,,!,,- :..:.:.':,'..-ii' "" 'ffl' 'N ' fi N1 ,iNQ's1'f"f,i,,,A W Ni' Y jj " 'Y' ' ' Y . N N "fMT.Xg 1ef 11f" ' N , N N N - J , rw ,NA N. ,. N N NNN N NNN . 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'A L. 4-A 9 J S I' - L. ,ALw,A.., X M El N fx- W- - 'X - 1 I , Student Government Councll EUGENIA Enmozensox Preszdcnt Lourss FRY, Home Frmd:-nt MARGARE1 LAZFNB1, House Pwszdcnl MADGI: POLLARD, Vza- Prendent SLSIE POWLLL, Serretzuy ELEANOR VVATERS, Treasurer MARGARET POWELL, Jumor Repnsentatuve BHTY BALLARD .Smuor RLprc.rnnlaizfve Awrxua R POWELL, flllzlelzc Pnszdmt ELIZABF PH HALF, Frexhrfzarz Rrjzrfsfnfatz-rm SARAH ROGERJ, Sophomore Rffbreu-1ztalzfw I-IARRuzr SHARON, Y W C A Represmtazwe VIRGINIA WALRLR, Chapel Ihpresmlatzw 2 I . Y . 'J Q . , v AL, I l 'I f , . ' .- , ' . 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GERTRUUE BEGGS HARRxE'r SHARON MARGARET HARLAN IONE S'rUEssY W-.-M 4,14 Q7 Y - WFFN Tl, E '-.11 4. 4 '9 4' mai, ' Pi Alpha Pfcxvidfrfzt MADGE POLLARD Viff'-1'f0-fidflllf S ccrclary- T rvasurnr I'IARRlET S1-1ARoN Lomsg FRY MER'IBERS IN COLLEGE BE'l'1'Y BALLARD VIRGINIA BALLARD Eucaxm EnMoNnsoN LOUISE FRY MARGARET I'IARLAN HONORA DEAN MAY L. IQELLER MARGARET LAZENBY MADGE POLLARD I'IARRIlE'l' SHARON IONE S'rUEssY MARGUERITE Rox-ER RY IWEMBERS 2 DR. CEERTRUDE B Eccs MARY L. MCGLOTIILIN . 'VIRGINIA MCDANIEI. . . IVIARGARET DORSIEX' Debating Club OFFICERS BQEINIBERS EUGENIA EDMONDSON IONE S'ruEssY MARGUERITE ROPER MARGARET PIARLAN EDDIE SOYARS DoRo'rIIY KNIBB EDITH Gnome E'I'.HIeL POND SARA CUDD PIARRIET SHARON ELEANOR PIIYsIoc 270 . . . . . Presidcrzl . . . . Vice-Prcsidrnt Secretary-Treasurer AL The Westhampton Glee Club ICE TAYLOR ..... DOROTHY CONNALLY . EDITH DEYVI'l"I' . NELDA ANDEliSON MARY ELLENOR AllMEN'l'ROU'I' VIRGINIA BALLARD FRANCES BELL RUTH BISHOP ALLENE BOOKER FLORENCE BOORER ELIZABETH CHANDLER DOROTHY CONNALLY RUTI-I Cox LILA CRENSI-IAW INEZ CUTCHIN LILA DEDMON EDITH DEVVIT1' MfXUDE EVERHART OFFICERS MEMBERS LOUISE FRY HELEN GAssER LONNELLE GAY KAT'IAILEEN I-IAGOOD LOUISE HARDAWAY LAVERNA HARLAN MARGARET HARLAN RUTH HAVERTY ELNORA HUBBARD EMMA HUNTLEY CULLY JAMES GLENNA JAMES DOROTHY KNIBB MARGARET LAZENBY CATHERINE LIETT CEGYLE LOVING 27I . . . . '. Pre.ride11t . . . . Vice-l'rc:id1-nt Secrclary- Trmsurfr VIRGINIA MCDANIEI. MARY LOUISE McGLO'rI-ILIN MARCARFI'1' MILLER MARX' PAYNE ETHEL PERKINS ANNIE RENEE POWELL MARGARET POWELL MARGUERITE ROPIER ELIZAEETII SALLE ELEANOR SANFORD HARRIE1' SHARON IONE S'rUEssY ALICE TAYLOR DOROTLIY' VVALKER VIRGINIA VVALRER GEOIRGIA M CREWS VIRGINIA MCDAVIEL Muslc Club OFFICERS Preszdent Vzn Preszdfnl 1. qfnnqqn D . u -.u.--- n . ,' l . CULLY JAMES . . . . . . .... . . Secretary and Treasurer Y I " L f : ' ' ' 4 7 L' 1. ' AY L EVELYN ABRAHAMS NELDA ANDERSON FLORENCE BOORER DOROTPIY CAMPBELL MARGARET CHAPIN RUTH Cox GEORGIE MAE CREWS SARAH CUDD EMMA CROSLAND SUSAN FRENCH ELIZABETH PIARRIS LOUISE HARDAWAY DOROTFIX I'IEAD RosA HARD MEMBERS ELIIABETH HUDSON ELNORA PIUBBARD GLENNA JXMES TXIELMA KEENE JANICE KEPPLER DOROTHY KNXBB MARIE LAKE CECYLII LOVING ELIYABETH MILLER GA1 MINOR CHARLOTTE MARSHALL MARGARET MILLER MARGUERITE NOEESINGER ANNIE RENFE POWELL ETHEI, POND z7z KATHERINE REINHART HARRIET SHARON MAROIRET SAUNDERS DOROTHY SEAY MARGARET SANSLOW PAULINL SCOTT LUCILIE SUTTON ELIZABEIII SUTHERLAND KATHLEEN STINSON ANNE TRENT VIRGINIA WALKER SALLX XVINTFREY MADGE VVEAVER MARGARET XNILLIS Art Club MARGARET I-IARLAN, Prcszdcnt MARIAN MARSII I'IARRIET SHARON IHBLMA PIILECAR MARGARE1 MILLER MADG1' POLLARD CAIHLRIINE Lam 4 . ' 4 jaw MACCARH EMFRALD Bklsiow FRANCES BRISTOW FLORLNLE Booman EDITH Dhwxm ELLEN GRM Ackm: ELEALOR WAIERS JANFT HALL ALLEN: Booker: 273 MARIAN MARSIi TPIELMA PHLECAR Wr1te rs 13 OFFICTRS IMEMBERS MARGARET HARLAN ELLEN GRAY ACRLE MARGARET KNIGHT ELEANOR Puysloc l.LIlABETH Joxms MILDRED ANIJERSON HARRIET S1-1 XRON 2 4- N Prrfszdent S1 cretar y Treasurer . ll . . 'I p 1 - - 1 4 u - - . u , ' " 'E ', 1 , V 7 ----m - A ,-, f'i"'i',xnf if -1:1 -f , g .., :ut.:- il W N yr KU. mf Athletic Board ANNIE R. POWEL, President If ite-Presid ent Secretary ISABEL DICKERSON MARIE LAKE Treasurer . H oelzey Manager MARGUERITE ROPER VIRGINIA BALLARD Basketball Manager Track Manager MAUDE EVERHART GEORGIA M. CREWS Tennis Manager CoAcx-1 FAIITNIE G. CRENSHAW GREY RoB1NsoN Adfvzsory Member 276 --Y V f- --f--- --1-1" Q , if .'-pf, A., f - Y Y -aw " ' f GW -., 4, , A-wi" W fi i 5' .fl I I ' V 1" 1' i 4 I X If 1 . if . Fanny Graves CfeHSl1aW To those who know her best, Coach Crenshaw embodies the very spirit of that real sportsmanship with which she inspires her own Varsity teams. We sing proudly of our "Spider Spirit," too often with- out realizing the debt we owe to our coach for the quality of that spirit. To play one's best and then to accept the score with grace and modesty, whether it be victory or defeat-that is what our coach has taught us. We believe in her 3 we know her courage and sincerity. Proficient in all sports herself, Coach Crenshaw is a generous admirer of those who excel. Her vigor and zest in everything that she does are a constant challenge to us to put all that we have into every phase of our lives. 277 Outsnle Games HIS yefu VVesth1mpton opened hex hockey sefmon wlth 'L Xll.t01V of 6 3 over Huxson bLl1g 'lhe 1CSLl1t of the gime Wlth Sweet Bllal w'1s '1 defeat fox the hom fC'lIl'l, the seme bemg 2 I The WCbtTl11111Jt0ll bweketbfill team his two v1Cto11e 'md two defeits fox thls se'1 on 1925 IQ26 The fhst getme W1 plezyed wlth the I'ede111 RLQCIVC B'mk team on the VVCSthlI11DTIOl'l lhe next gfuue xx 12 plwyed wlth the Y W C A te'1m whlch xeeulted III a vxetoly fo1 the home team, the scoxe bcmg 38 I2 Un Febuvuv 13th the VVesth'1mpton te'1m xx ent to W19hlllgtOI1 to meet the George XV1Sh111gfOl1 Um VClSlty team, 1nd 'suffued dete'1t of 26 24. The IlC'Ct 'md final g'1me u Zlb pl 1x ed 'lgilllbt the Su eet B1111' tum m the Roger lVI1lh1se1 gym The QCOIC Wfxs 37 23 lll fwor of the Vlblfflllg tefnm 278 . . K l I I Y n lx. . C y.t 'I ' if .', ' - ' T , - K ' ' ., " ' 6 ' ' e . ,. C CK I L K . ' "Je, Q. ' .::. , - . T ' ' . .s , ' ' '. 1. ' ' . z . Court. The result was 63-11 in favor of VVesthampton. M - , . 72.1 1 1 ' . . . . . 'I ' . ' ' e " i e 1 H KL . as . .- Axx. x 1 n I .1 A 4 ' ' u 1 K I K 7 3 U I 1. X 7 at . . . . 3 I N n E 1 I . L C . -.L 571 A se I I ff A ,, ,. I 4 I. I I .gmt - h. IVIARGUERITE ROPER . . VIRGINIA BALLARD ANNA MASSEY . . MARGARET POWELL . CATIIRRINII RI-Lomas . . . ANNIE R. POWELL . MARGLIERITE ROPER . MADGII POLLARD . . DoRo'I'I-Iv BAGWELL . MAUDE EVERIIART . . VIRGINIA BALLARD . SUSIE POWELL . . JEAN XVRIGIIT . . . IsAnI2LI.Iz DICRERSQN . . Varsity Hockey Team . . . . .Right lVing . Righl Inside . Right Inside Ccntfr Forfward . . Left Inside . .Left W'ing Right Halfhacle Cfnier Halfbaclz . Left Halfbarl: Right Fulfbark . Left Fulfback . . . . Goal 5,3 """ if' FIRST HOCKEY TEAM CLASS OF I9 6 V VVm.mzn goal G TRAINIIAM I f M :HARLAW r f I BALIARD 1 h M LAZENB3 c m I S1ULssx, r h M POLLARD l vs M RQPER A R Powrzu., c M Pownu. r 1 E Eumomssov r xx FIRST HOCKEY TEAM CLASS OI' 1957 V MCDANIEL goal I WRIGH1 l f I DICKIIRSON r f , II WATERS I h M IIVERHART c h D BACWELL r h G M Cusws I v. Anmx MASSEX,I I C RHODES c f A MAssrY r 1, E BIus'roW, r w I 2 o I I I I I IA I . I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I -I I I J' I I - ' 'V I 5 - II , X ' I , L W- . I. 3 I I ,II I - I if I I ' .ow - II, AI I I I A. 1 I ,JI .,-f,I M hjfnbg '. I I III K.: ,g I , I-' I II 'III I , II V Z I E. III 1. .- Y I , I - fl .III A 23, ' , -' "Iv ' 1 I I . A ' 5-Iff.,,5 I - - -.W III X , I -I . x. 'TFL - ' J A I I I I fn I , , I .. . ' I 1 - , Y I J y f A , - ., . I, . ., . .. , . ., I f . - I I . ,, -, .. - .g. ',..g. I,.'. I I - 'iii ' "ff :H I I . ,, . ., WH , ., i I If I ' 1 ,g I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I f - I I H I I . - . f, . 4 . I . ,If,. ,..,. ,... ,.., I , . I . I. - I ' I .I ,..,... ,..,.. ,.., .I . I I 4,4 . , '. . , . ., . ., . . . . . I I II I II FIRST IIOCKEX TEAM CLASS OI" I9 8 M LAKE go'1I A HAwm I f G IVIINOR f S POVVELI I I oclks c f C an r h M VV Lis I E Small AX 1 E Tnrmrnkko c f D S1 AY r 1 A MASSEX, r 11 FIRST HOCKEX TEAM CLASS or I9 9 N DANA goal L BLAc1x,I f P Powru. r f B POWELL I h IME c 1 mmcx h JIVUAR1 I w R Cox 1 M MILLER, c f E SHl:1'HA1m r 1 L HARDAWAY, r w 2 I v'j' T kj ?- vw R' ----Y-1- - --Y ----- --A-w V S I A, I I I I I , I I I I ,I I I I I I I . W I I I IIT III II I, I I I II , I II II I I T I 1 I H II III 282. The ,I'611I1iS TCHIDS IQ26 NIARY L. MCLAUGHLIN IVIARGARET PIARLAN 1927 GREY ROBINSON JEAN NICCARTY JANET HALL JEAN WRIGHT 1928 ELIZABETH TALLIAEERRO 1929 DORIS 'TURNBULL MARY MILLER ELIZABETH SHEPPARD 283 EUGENIA EIJMONDSON HENRIETTE GREENIIAUM 6ElI'6I'S of Blue Ties CStarted in 191 91 I-IE blue tie is awarded to those who in athletics help NVest- hampton to approach its threefold ideal for every girl, a healthy body, a sound mind, and, above all, a truly fine spirit. It means that the wearer is an enthusiastic sup- porter of athletics, one who encourages others, loses grace- fully, wins modestly, and cheerfully sacrifices for the good of her team. OUT OF COLLEGE V, JONES, '19 I.. SHIPMAN, '22, I-I. TlCI'1NOR, ,IQ L. IDOAN, ,23 F. SHUMATE, 'zo C. VVIMBISI-1, YZ3 J. BRAGG, 'zo G. VVRIGHT, '25 K. VAUGHAN, 'zo D. OLIVER, '23 L. VVRIGHT, 'zo E. MORGAN, '23 E. ELSEA, '20 VV. WVRIGHT, '24, V. LANE, '21 F. Jomzs, ,2...l, R. Hoovex, '21 V. CLORE, '24 H. LAWSON, ,22 C. HENNA, '25 C. PATRICK, '22 M- RHODES, '25 , B. BROCKENBROUCH, '25 MER'II5ERS IN COLLEGE A. R. POWELL, '26 M. POLLARD, '26 V, WALKER, '26 284. Varsity Basketball Team MARGARET LAZENBY . . . , , , , Capmin MAUDE EVERHAR1' . . Manager Forwards MARGARET LAZENBY MARX' RICHARDSON JEAN VVR1G1'1'r Centers ALICE MASSEY, Sidfr Cfnler ANNIE RENEE PowELL, Jumping Center Guards MAUDE EVERHART CATHERINE RI-IOADES 285 - 'X gli rm A A' F .E 4 . BASKETBALL SQUAD CLASS OI' 19 6 V BXLLKRD M ELLETT M Lxzmusx M POLLARD A R POWELL G FFRAILHAM D VVAIILER V XVALkhR BASKETBALL SQUAD CLASS OI' 1977 K CH1I1oN G M Cknws, M EVERHAR1, F BURNTFTI' AwxA Mxssm 2 1 ' 4 1 , .. . 1 . Q . ' Q . .A ' ' 'Q . Q . . , Q '. ' 1 . .' 9 . ' " . 4 , - . ".' ".'i.g.J f" A. Mzxssuvg C. Ruoussg J. WRIGHT. 86 W W-1 -- 5-Y -L34 Y--if , 5- VM U'-7-gn-fx -- L- - BASKETBALL SQUAD CLASS OF I9 8 Tx Aiuw A HAxmN, C MIWOR Q Powul D SEM II SUIHLKIXAD N IURPIN M VVILIIS S Rooms BASIXIZFBALL SQUAD CLASS OI' I9 9 C Rmmcrx, M MHLI-R N I I , . 4 7 , - '. .-.g . 'i'r. . 3... -f...g . .'g 4. "-f,,'g ." g .1,,'. 1. ' 4' , , ' 2 R. Coxg E. I'IAL12g G. JANUARYQ M. S. Jomasg L. HARnAwAYg M. R1c1'1A1msoN 1. " . . I . 287 ' li' ' .f . X 3 ' f' ' 'Y I f w Ilfzrznfl RIDDICR RIIoDEs BRDCRTN IIRDUCH R POVSFII DI CRIZR RIDDILK III NNIA ANl7EllSON WIMDISII RIIGDES IVHIIIM' A R POWIII A R Powsu. lVl7I1ILf C IIFNNIA PIFNNIA Tnmorsnsow VVRIGHT IIPNNA rack Team Ch'1mpIomhIp 1925 Track Record, 1925 96 50 YARD DASH Flax: 75 YARD DASH loo YARD DASH 60 YARD PIURDLIIS RUNNING HIGH JUMP H55 STANDING HIGPI JUINIP STANDING BROAD JINIP Glass H01 STLP AND JUMP SHOT PUT BASKETBALL THROW RUNNING BROAD JUMP RELAY I9 5 Relay, go 3 5 ec 288 Tune I FIU 3 5 3 5 3 5 4 5 4 S 4 S 45 45 4 5 SEC SCC SCC SEC SCC SCC SCC SCC SCC SSC Ilezght 4 ft 62 In 3ft 851 Il Dzsfanff 33 ff 'D 27 ft 73 ff Igft A 19 19 5 195 195 1918 1925 IQIK 1922 192+ I ear 1925 1923 Year 19 5 19 5 19 5 192+ 19 5 C ' s I , A. ' ' .............. "22 ' 6 ' . 22 M. f .............. '25 6 f . 2 R. 'L ' . ,......... . '25 6 f , , 3 A. . ' . . , ............. '26 9 2f5 . 2 M. ' 5 " .............. '18 I2 f . A. ' ' . ............. '22 I2 f . I922 C. f in ............... '25 I2 f . K. ' ............. '18 9 f . . I C. f .............. '23 9 f . G. VVRIGI-IT .............. '25 9 4.f5 sec. 1923 M. - . ............. '25 9 f . ' . Cl . I ' .. ' . . . . . ............. '26 . ' . . . . . . .... ...... ' 26 . i . . ' I I ' ............... '25' Sft. 1 2' C. I , ............... '25 . 77 in. 2 E. ,L I I.... ......... ' 26 . QQ in. 2 G. .............. '25 . 9 in. ' C, f .J , , , ,... ....... . . '25 . 31 in. 2 2 ' f s . W 289 Field Day IELD DAY is the last athletic event of the year and takes place about the middle of May. The Class of '25 won the day last year by a total score of 65 I-2 points. The Class of '26 came in second with a score of 37 5-6 points. The Classes of '27 and '28 were third and fourth with I2 5-6 and IO 5-6 points, respectively. Several records were broken in the events, and many K-1 is 5 1.1 I 7 O ia 'G records were equalled. The Championship Banner was presented to the victor- ious class amid loud cheers. Five WV's were awarded at the same time. Those receiving them Were, Rebecca Brokenhorough, Marjorie Rhoads, Katherine Henna, Annie R. Powell and Eugenia Edmondson. The president of the Athletic Association presented the blue ties. They were received by Rebecca Brokenborough, Virginia Walker, Madge Pollard, and Annie R. Powell. 290 X 'Z C 11536 25-K f 4 o 5' , 35 . V. 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I -w.'l.,:V VV V 1 V ess1zV V VVVJV - ' - j5"V ' V -- , V -V 3' ' ' 'V ,-4.55 V' ' t . r' 1 1: 1 Q V, 2 - E. ' :Ti V V 'f'? " 7 ' , 'Ll 75 X 7 ' 1 - 1 ' ix ' ' ' ' ' '-Y' A ' -,g-" ,1 1 Y, -V QDQI7 Vs, Y ,, ' ,Y-Zfffft f-7: - T' TTT T950 - Y ..?t,,-.-,-,. !,.1 L.. ,-ff-v X-.M-x - - A - - V f vw M M M 1 1 1 .., ...--. . L 1, . - ,',-,- 4- -V-, -- 7 'Z'-'F-.-Q 5 'rw 13'-17 Now. 6-The Junior-Freshman Wedding took place 395 i bi' w4:7fW.,' if-1 7- x "my ' K 'gt " lvfl 4 Nov. 7-Senior Class presented Tony Sarg for benefit of Wo11zan's Building 296 ., -wma, i Wesdmaxnpton College Glee Cxxnzonettu . . . University of Richmond, Va. Ninas If FL -XXINGTUN I-I-uucxfk v 49 ZX? 3, FRIDAY, DEC..1LMB33.R 4. 192: R'15 T' M f 0 PROQR.-IMA! 111.1-E Cum, V M rss' ELIZFLIZETH TALIAFERRO, and Low f Ave Maria . A. Rain .... Daddyli Sweetheart . ,S pinning Song L6gende Canzonetta. Spanish I Dancing Doll . . Pmmuce . . Barcnrolle . En ix van 1:5 the Greenwoocl Tree . . Violin-ist Dru. 4-Thr' Gfrfa' Club gave zz conrfrt. 297 . f'Vng1xr'r . +ar?E2aff.1-if-mi. . . . Godard . . Grnzmda-IC1'irsIvr .. Paldiui . Eh Svlrncizlfr Sdng .arg L14..,.4,A-F ,V xi . , . 'Hy .ka ax 'A r .0 -i Q '! LN? 3 . is 52? i . A A :f 4 Ri' 1 ,. ' Ji wsriz' XL 'IAZ5 ww: '5- . V V , U, 1 V - sul : J, A , ,gg fi. :' A: . '- L, v ,-.g ,W . ji, 151. ian Li . 25F57513'.I'I ,V-13. zggiif'-'N"1.'-I-1 QQ 3'u'iu+Ygij 5'-525.3 'f' ig' f 5.35.1 viz. V1' f C515 i .H "iw-x-I, ulw 552, m..i..,.,,A Mr? H 41332 X 4.3, Nm AJ ,V '. ,,A,7Y --Y ' -,mn WZ-HQ.. , 'H' ' A-'uffvnx' 4' 11 , ,.f,. -, , N., . , ,,, ,, May I The .May Queen s Court rezgned z 98 1?l?f 1 f 3M j1f HEY W , Ml , f f Y , ,, ,x A 'V' ' - Y ', xl' Y-H,Y- Y- , 1 ' ff-7--1 - +- - v .-ll a I Mlss ELIZABETH BUTLER, .May Queen Maj' I-I476J'f1llllllfJIO7z presmztezz' her fllay Queen. 299 W , W WWW WW WWW June I4 WESfIlHlIIPt0n gzrls uent to Blue Rzdge 00 W M W W W W W Wi? WW WW V. WWW WWW WW. WWW W W , . W W W W W W W W WW, WW, WWW WW, WWW - .4 I . W W WW WW W WW 3 W'1 . A -, --Kp., W fi gig pg gi C f W Hi? rv- OP47' SOI You can drive a pen to write a joke, but a pencil must be lead He who laughs last has probably had it explained to him. "That's a falsehood," said the actor as he threw off his wig. As the boy said: "Hooks may come off, but the eyes are still there ikili-it -91991642 ikikik- "I'm always springing something," said the mouse as he walked into the tra after a piece of cheese. Jokes A Thirty-lVIinute Date. Halloween Dinner. Richmond College Glee Club. University of Richmond Telephone The College Gate. Hairpins. Chaperons. Sociology. Eggs and Bacon. The Science Building. The New Car Shed. Convocation. 34:2 2. oquiw Ouw S el XUAI Us ON I QQBAYSMUFS Il eard 1n the Dorm1tory Dear Dad just a lme Weatlaer bad Feelm fine Pamted sllckel Takmg bug No vacatlon Alu ays dlg Teachers hard Can never rest Always gnvmg Us a test Chapels bad Chulches worse In Eleglac Lost a game, Blg Bonfire Food IS punk, lVIust retlre Worklxa hard Most a wreck Money s gone Send a check lVIust get undressed Hope the mice Wlll let me rest VVxth love, MABEL as as we Lula What are you golng to do for lxvmg? Froggxe Wrlte Lula Write what? Floggxe Wrrte home an Shortne What does your slster luke? Betty Everythmg I ve got 30 Elizabeth Hale What s the mat ter? C1316 I write my ITIOTIIICI about the Rat Inltlatlon, Ind she says shes plan mng to come up and bung the f'1IIllly and wants me to get her some tlckets :G++ Allene Why does Hauxet keep her Watch under her plllow at mghtp Llla S0 she can sleep over tlme Ixay lVIoore Wlly do ltltl1CI'lS sleep better Ill summer than Ill u 1nte1 7 Sklpper Dunno Why? Kay Because summel brmgs the ht as Vlfgllllll Alpha Beta, Danama Gel Henrletta Say, lf you cant learn that alphabet wlthout swearlng af we as Gene Anythmg go wrong today W Loulse Nothing That s what S wx O1 rymg me ae as are Betty Hardy The malcls certalnly have sharp ears Garnet Yes I l10t1Cf.Cl the doors are all scratched up around the key holes 91646919 The Freslne s D1ct1onar5 WOIldfOLlS means full of Wonder Lustx ous means full of luster Envwus means full of envy Does prous mean full of ple? Y S ve- 5 H A . we , , . .. Cf' af ' 2 V Yl...,-...,.i , , - 'F ' ' fl ! Q A . c - I A Y? . N I . lf -' . 1 , Q l , , . . . 1 , - u K K 1 . . D . I. I . 1 . . - . ,, . . . ,Y ' I ,I , rx U' , ' t 0 C ' ' Y! C n I , ' ' . KC ' YI ' C u a 7 . IC 7' C Q ' . 5 . V. , ,, . 7' . ll ll 4: - H . : H 4 - ' ' - ' 7, I learned a verse. UC C?lt'U'Plll01'- ae . an ' . . Y . . H D . c 4 , ' 4 . tai l - I ra - 1 ' I I . . H K .- ! . ' I -'- 7 I U . L . . . . - . as - s 1 I L u C 1 1 . 7 Q I ,, ' ' . H . . 1 1 C 7, . x I It . -1 n r . , ' ,i - . rc - . - - ar 1 I' , rc - 11 . . . , . . ' . ti ' H 7 I . . ,, . . . 3 ' , It ' 'y H - , - 1 , 5 , ll - 1 n - - 3 Heard Around the Faculty VCI-'sEsY1ld 'lC?le.e r' li- Here's to Miss Landrum, Long may she live, Even as long as the Parallel she gives! Lives of Seniors all remind us We should make our lives sublime, And by asking foolish questions Take up recitation time. Professor: "What was the revival of learning?" Virgil: "just before exams, sir." as as as Dr. Negus falter first quarrel with Dorothyj: "Your tears don't have any effect on me-for what are they? A mighty small percentage of phosphorus salts and a trace of sodium chloride- all the rest is nothing but water." ae at ae "I'm in a class all by myself," said Dr. Meredith, as he walked in ten minutes late." lVIrs. Black: "Some girls seem to think that sugar is a sort of medicine-to be taken after meals." at an at Dr. Ryland: "How many people in this class have had anything to do with oleate ?" Silence. Dr. Ryland: "I thought so. The fact is apparent. It is a common name for soap." 304 FAIRY STORY Once upon a time Miss Lough lec- tured so slowly that we didn't need shorthand to take down history notes. sw ae as Miss Harris: "A ruse is a blind, a blind is a shade, a shade is a color, a color is a paint, a paint is a rouge. Therefore, by geometry, axiom 8, rouge must be a ruse Qand so it isj. as as ve Miss Beggs got on the scales to weigh and found she had fallen off. She got up again. ae at at Burns Qtaking out notebook? : "What's your name?" Motorist: "Aloysios Alastair Chol- mondelay Cyprianf' Burns fputting up notebook againjz "Well, don't let me catch you around here again." if at an Tracey: "You can't make a monkey out of me." Hayden: "No, but I can put you up a tree and nobody will know the differ- ence." at we se Miss Keller Cto visiting fatherj: "You certainly ought to be proud of such a large family." Father Cof only daughterj: "Large family! VVhat do you mean?" lVIiss Keller: "Why your daughter has had no less than eleven of her broth- ers here this fall to take her out." as as an Mrs. Chappell: "Whe1'e do you have the I110St difliculty in making a speech?" Bessie Powell: "In my knees." Louise Britton: "I've lost a lot of weight this winter." Genie: "I don't see it." Louise B.: "Of course not, I've lost it ,Y iltiltili Mut: "Bob writes he's all unstrung. VVhat must I do ?" Trout: "Send him a wire." TI-Ie MORAL TONE or VVILSTHAMPTON I-IAs BEEN GRIQATLY UPLI1f'I'En BY TI-IE FORMATION OF TIIE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATION ASSOCIATION F R THE PREVENTION OF OSCULATION 0 . . . IN PUBLIC I. Counril an .f7dmis.rion MARGARET SAUNDERS DOROTHY KNIBB II. Member on Probation MARGARET DAUGHTREY III. Ifiolalirms of the Fznzdanuvzlals MARGARET POWELL, JR. VIRGINIA MARTIN MAUIJE EVERHART CAN You FANCY Dr. Kuyk without glasses? Miss Keller with bobbed hair? Mr. Harker playing, "Yes, Sir, Tl1at's My B Dr. Harlan with sideburns? Miss Crenshaw playing' croquet? Little Pauline on stilts? Dean Prince skipping rope? Ione Stuessy with Il yellow slip? A Collegian without Bob RobinsOn's name iII Mary Virginia Daughtrey with lockjaw? Harry Vllaldron rushing Pat Knight? Nlabel Britton leading cheers? A free telephone? Two spoons at each plate? Persian rugs iII our bedrooms? The VVoman's Building? NO compulsory exercise? Breakfast served in bed? No parallel iII English ll? Seniors holding the Iloor for Freshmen? Canoe riding on the lake? Neither can we! abyl" ? it? - , 1. L.. Y - L 3 305 if 4490 -t itle? ' Q V Z X. I I 'l ' 4 A I I I 'Q' , S ,4- craps of CIHSSIC VVESTHAMPTON s CHANT The hours I spent wxth thee, dear socks Are like '1 Stflllg of dams to me, I count them over evely one apart, IVIy hoslery my hosrery Each hole a darn, each darn a mend, To waste an hour fl0I11 studles 3' wrung, I mend each hole and yawnmg gap And culse the h1ll that stocking trap O memoues that bless and buln Of holeless socks that once were mme count each hole 'md strlve 'lt list to learn To go barefoot, to go barefoot ilfikik- MEDLLY or RICHMOND COLLEGE She s 'ul non woman, She plays a steel guitar She has gold Hllmgs m her teeth And brck home has '1 car Hex daddy owns '1 copper mme, And a couple of banks, you see, But despxte 'xll assets between them both She has to gold dug me' 30 CHEMISTRY MAJORS SONG GIVE me a spoon of oleo, M And the sodlum alkah I or I m gomg to make '1 ple, Ma Im gomg to make 1 ple For Dad wlll be hungry and trred a And h1s tnssues wlll decompose So gxve me 'L gram of phosphate And the carbon of cellulose Now give me 1 chunk of C"LSSClI1 hifi To shorten the thermxc fat, And g1VC me the oxygen bottle, lVIa And look at the thermostat ust turn xt up half 'm ohm F01 I want to have Sllppel ready As soon as Dad comes home H0911-OK' TH EY fCru.vhea'j Talked together, Sat together, all semestel long Played together, Strolled together happy as '1 song THEN Crammed together, Flunked together 9:9319-il? RHYMES l'OR LITTLE I-IRESHNIEX I nn just a txny httle seed, And boy, I sure 'nm fickle Id llke to see the world but gos l I m always nn a pxckle S 0 1 I , J . , a, ' H 1 ' ' ' 9 U P , . . ' 1 . . 7 ' ' . . , . ' ' 1 ' . , IH , - I r ' I C . 1 l c I . 1 c D , 1, . ' v ' I ' ' And if the electric oven is cold, I 4 c c c J ' K , C 1 . f C . . . K I 1 ' ' : . r . . v . . , C . J C ', z . , c K . . , . 2 ' - c . ' , ' I ' 4 1 IT ' 4 c , . . . I , c . 1 ' , h. . , . . C. - U I I 6 In a Freslnnanis Eyes A Senior stood on a railroad track, The train was coming fast, The train got off the railroad track And let the Senior pass. we ae ae She passed. I saw And smiled! She turned And smiled An answer To my smile. I wonder If she, too, Could know Her petticoat Hung down A mile! Bl?-JK--Hi THE MORONIC MUSE fln Junej Tell me that you'll love me When I'xn far away, Tell me that your love will grow Greater than each day. Tell me that you'll love me As long as wild waves roll. Tell me that you'1l love me 'Til Hell's bells cease to toll. Tell me that you'll love me As long as sun is sun- Let me tell you one! Tell me all this, Sweetheart, Then, 307 THOUGHTS or A COLLEGE STUDENT I love to recline on the length of my spine And gaze at the clouds and the sky, To lie on the gl'21SS while the slow hours pass And ponder the "wherefore" and "why." I love to peruse the inspired of muse Or the vagaries shown by the clime- To worship the light of the beauty of night, But, good heavens! I haven't the time. "Darling,', he cried, in tender tones, "I ne'er have loved but thee !" "Then we must part," the maiden saidg "No amateurs for me." ae as an Swanson: "Do you think you could H learn to love me? Ruby: "Well, I'm passing Anglo." an ae an Parker: "My heart is on fire with love for you." Ruth B.: "Well, don't put yourself out." at sf ae X: "Have you ever let any other man kiss you P" Y: "Never! Only a few college boys." Heard in the Blue Room fi S F BK-iltiii Jimmy Thorpe: "I wish I could revise the alphabet." Ruth Haverty: "Wl1y, what would you do?" jimmy: "l'd put U and I closer to- gether." as we are Piggy: "Is your Franklyn coming to- nightly' hiarguerite: "No, this is Willys- Knight." as an at Joe DelVIotte: "VVhere have I seen your face before ?" Matxde Everhart: "Right where you see it now." ek an an WH1'l'Cl1 Chappell: "I could have died dawncing with you." Bye: "It was about to kill me, too." 'mana Ashby Cooke: "I have rushed nine girls this term and not a one of them seems to like me any more!" John Henry: "Now you get another girl and I'll get another good-looking boy." 308 Freshie Scarborough: "Wliy does a girl always keep a man waiting so long after she says she'll be down in a min- ute? H Mary Lou: "Oh, dry up and blow away! Because she picks a minute half an hour away." 95?-Bk-SE Taylor F.: "I paid the palmist a dollar yesterday. She described you ex- actly and said you were going to the Peke dance with me." Bye: "You're awfully extravagant. I could have told you that for nothing." Swede Trolan: "Like music ?" Pat: "Oh, yes, indeed." Swede: "Then listen to the band around my hat." ikik--lit Why all lips fit I can't understand, But it proves this much.- Ainlt nature grand! DY! 1311 pl 7. -LF --5 uulnlstaaellytdililil The Hall of otoriety Elected by Popular Vote of the Student Body Most Popular CONSTANCE PERCY VERENCE This young lady is so popular that it takes five pounds of limburger a day to draw the Rats away. The rest of the students pay fifty sous for standing room within eighty-seven feet of her person. Most Athletic A,NlOSTA MANN The champion high-jumper of the world. She has been known to cls-ar the height of twelve feathers slal-ka-d evenly' one upon the other without dislocating 11, single freckle. weetest UNEEDA SALTINS Sho is furnished slim-keys by all the well- lcnown vlothing establislimcnts in the South. Rubbers are provided by the trees of lndla. Students bid for the honor of holding para- chutus ovvr hor in rainy weather. There is von- stant anxiety for hc-r welfarn- during damp sea- sons on account of thc solubility ol' sugar. prettiest . BELLADONNA FALLFORER She stands the test ol' wearing her own por- trait on the back of hvr own hose. XVe quote by permission a sonnot written to her by one of hor ardent admirers: There was a hot baby from NVestham XVho said to her lover named Sam, To kiss me, of course, you'll have to use for:-u, But. lL's perfectly plain you're stronger than I Most Stylish IOWNA FIGURE She makes the Arrow Collar Man and the Holeproof Hosiery Girl look like an animal vrzu-ker and a bowl of jelly. Paris is to hor as the "Lost VVorld" is to us. She has hor clothes imported from Mars, where the people are said to be at thousand years in advance of our ulvlli- zatlon. Rin. Most School Spirit ULEEDA CHEER XVhen this wiry damosel leads a c-liver, it ru- minds you of popcorn jumping rapidly around in a popcorn popper over a popping fire. Sho is so full of ppp that sho is used as a substitute for the regular bran cereal in the morning. li' her body is anything but spring, you'd never guess tt. He who thinks these jokes are poor Vliould straightway change his views, Could he compare the jokes we print Xvith those we do not use. 309 fQ 435' fi 1-I :jf g Y, jan 1-at Tl 3? -EB-1- ,zaf- 'TIP'- u'1--.nil-:lu-,23- unix 'Qf"2--a31ii"i1'ag-- , Q- E999-'Q nlusi-ear' 1-9' 4' F:- ' ,E .gg- in u ' , 4.4 gl-lu? fl ' t!"xn?u Illliiifi i 'uii"I" i-'li--. .B 2: 'iframe Ja.: B 1x ll!!!-1. 'M " ' ' , . 5 T' QV li -- . 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E HOUSE BEAUTIFU Fmals I' '1 HERE IS any one thought that occuples the mind of a Westhampton Senxor more th1n all others xt IS surely the thought of Flnals all N for Finals are to her the bCgll'lI11Ug of the end 5, the Cl,llIHlIlI1flOI1 of all things wonderful and ji glor1ous There 'lre also the equally lnter estmg CXHITIIIIZHIIOIIS, wlthout WVlllCl1 the aver age Senior could easlly manage to be happy Howevu, even at this tlme, they 'ue more or less enjoyed But Fmals mean 111010 than just this To the Seniors lt me'u1s the p'1rt1ng wlth classmates She wxll go out '10 the Tumors lt means added lesponslbllltles To the Sophomoles xt means the 'lwakenmg of school spmt and a sense of loyalty to VVesthampton At tlus tlme the Semors feel more than ever th'1t thmg so vague, so mtangzble, vet so vital to them, the West hampton Splllt Its causes 'ue obvxous As the Cla s of 1926 goes out, xt wxll glve przuse to lts Alma Mater, and the grip of the newlv awakened spmt wlll grow tighter each day, and xt wxll become appfnent that We axe one fO1 '1ll, and all for one 3II . .. . . 4 c K,-.J . . 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"1T!"tfYf' , , . gi., I wma' , 'KVA ,f ,1- 1, ml, .' ,.'.j,",,.Qf,53,4-gl f ,:-4--X! tr' ,,p'- :FU ?q'5,A:"g':" "WF-7 ' 'mir' , ' - ff"'133' l'4'l" 21 f f WV ff -' ,'.l'U ' -'yf -' 'v '. ,, 'A 4 .M-4f'.'.' ,E :r L . . -,M 4 f -'Eg ,, -4-7'nQ-Q nur! ff- :. ' -,LQ -, ' 3 I, gg . 12..- ' 'J J ,."'1n- , ' 435' 2 , --1:42 V' 2,fQ? ,Nj rbi' Q ,, .J Q1 4.4 ,A H421-5. 1 Lf FI? 4 3 l Q W 5 9 - .1 X , , f ,., 1 -:Q ? ' A , 'fe f wa 1 -a 14 Nik .,e 5 14 56.4 9 kai - 3 7 g Ay f age Imwm-ui-1-n--.l-fm I-frm:-ug! XE!-i:,nfff1a1x.un1ffngevnq. V J 6 f , W u 'f : 1 -" T e Legend 21.12 J? ,.A. .IV Y Y y 1 . -.Q I 3 H " 1 nl I ! Ii:-,gif 1 4 I px II lf, I 'I ,QL JI Prologue N the pages succeeding, it has been the aim of the staff to present to the reader a brief record of the student activities mga of the T. C. Williams School of Law during the current in year. To what extent we have succeeded We leave to the 5.5 judgment of the reader, with the prayer that he be lenient in his criticism, remembering that we lack experienceg the XJ honor of preparing this volume having been unexpectedly, and late in the year, thrust upon the Junior Class. The spirit of the College incorporated in the cold printed page is an impossibility. If in the future the cares of life have dulled our memories, We are able, by a perusal of these pages, to recall the joys and sorrows, the friendships and alliances of our College life, to go back on the wings of recollection over the span of intervening years, then will this volume have accomplished its purpose and our effort not have been in vain. 316 Mlss BERYL SILVEY, Staff Sponsor RICHMOND, V1RG1NIA 317 AW can not be taught, It must be studied , It can not be 1m parted, lt must be acqulred , xt can not be exhlbxted, lf must be lxved The teacher can lend his 'ud and lend lt gladly but th student must achleve the law alone The lawyer IS not a passlvely acqulescent rec1p1ent and spectator, he IS 'nn actlvelv qLlCStlOIl1llg producer and partlcxpant For the law' IS not merely '1 subject matter, to be tossed 'lbout like confetti, but IS a dlsclpllne, a passlon and a consecratlon But this passuon, whlch grows at first out of personal jov, soon ceases to be a selfish passion As one s 1I1S1gl1f grows, he sees that the law IS a method of soclal control, that It IS the lnstrument by xx hlch organmed socxety tues to make concrete the yearmngs of the human soul fol Justxce dlsclpllne, that xt has as its purpose dlsmterested servlce to manklnd That IS why xt is so human, so touched wlth the we'1ls and woes of society It IS 1 part of and g10WQ out of the hxstory of humanity, 1t IS a human structure, xt deals wlth human needs and 3.11115 at the S21f1Sf?lCtlOl1 of human deslres The reported cases are not merely laboratory material l1ke so many chcmlcal compounds they ne the xccord of human suffer mg and strlfe Statutes are not merely CXPTCSSIOIIS of oplnlon or Hats of will they are the outgrowth of the ambitions of men and th fear of soclety Textbooks are not only compendlums of lI1f01Il12ltlOI1 they are the efforts of lovers of law to shape the law more neally to the needs of the tunes The law IS buxlt of men s llves, 'md lt IS held together by the souls of humanlty ALBERT LEVITT 31 . ' . c. . , c ' ' . . 1 I . . . . . I 1 v . I 1 9 . 1 T L i . . , . . C . and righteousness in the practical affairs of lifeg that it is a functional C l u Cn. C ' . A . L- Z i I - x Q 4 C 1 . T- r C s I . . 8 CIIIOI' Law QA M DIVISION, OFFICERS Leow WAHRMM Prendent Miss I V Llvx IflL'l'P7'l.f1dc"1lf B G BIAM: Wcrrtary Trfasurrr C W FERRELL Class Senator MEMB1:Rs M ABERNIATHX G BLAM VV CRUMP D l'lART J II Hrwmnsc MRS J S DURHAM C W l'rRRELL Mxss I F LEVY Ll ou VVAHRMAN H1story The history of the Class of 26 IS the IHQIOIY of the ment'1l evolutlon of 1ts membe1s In thexr first yeal, they knew they dldn t know, by thur second year, they knew they knew, and Ill thelr thxrd and last yezu, they knew they would never know The Class of 26 ls, III ltS C99Cl1tl2ll elements, xdentlcal wlth the classes th'1t have gone befole, and not a whlt dlffClCllf from those that will follow after It differs, perhaps, Ill a few CYKTIITSIC details, which may be set forth, wlth due regud for the glass modestv, as follows Flrst, It is IH all probabxlltv, the smallest gradu ltlflg clflss ever evlcted fl0ID the law school, second nt ls, undoubtedly, the most lJlllll'1I1lI gem ever polxshed 'nt the s'ud law school, 'md fourth, It may be stited wlthout fear of posslble COlltI'iI,dlLfl0ll, that the Class of 26 IS absolutely the most Lllllqlle 'md posltlvely the most Ollglllil class to eve1 throw lts cigarette butts f1OIH the wlndows of the T C VVllll'll'llS School of Law Selah QI . Y 4 . . v ........-..... v u I g , 1 V' 1 -n...-.-.-.1n L f - 1 ' - A , 4 ' ..----.- A E. . ' . ' . '. at ' B. . ', . . . . . - . 4 L J. . . +. - G. A. HAsl: D. G. SHELTON .x l , . .K . 1 . . l I ' sf - x 1 ' 7 Y - 1' , K . . . . 1 i i .. .. . i as V I : . . .W . I , . ' i 2 . I . I u t 1 . . 1. .I If c c. ' 1 . 1 c ' c . . . . ,. . K Cn- - ' , I ' u n 'I . .C C u 9 CIITOI' LHVV KP. Ill. Difvirionj OFFICERS CLAUDE RAYMOND LDWRY. . . . . .... , . . . ..Prr-.fidcni MAJOR MCKINLEY I-IILLARD . . .... . Ilia'-Prasideni SIDNEY JOHNSON PIILTON . . . . Swczwlary-Trrasurrr SIDNEY GARDNER TYLER ..... . . Historian fhRMSTEAlJ Lovsu. WITCHER. . . . Sfnalor MEh'IRERS C. C. BOVVLES E. R. CIII2s'rERIvIAN M. R. DoUBI.ss H. H. EDWARDS J. F. FEIRNHYHOUGIYI M. M. H1LLfXRIJ S. J. HILTON C. R. LOVVRY S. K. NiCKIilE D. G. TYLER A. L. WVITCHER HISTORY History is not only the record of man's achievements, but also one of his feelings, Ideas, hopes, and even his ambitions. It has been said that true history cannot he written until time rolls into years, and years into centuries. It is a difficult task for the historian to record the dreams, the toils, the disappointments and triumphs, which the members of the Class of 1926 have been subjected to. Technically speaking, our history dates back to the fall of 1922, when forty-five young men, old men, married men, single m-en, boys, and one young lady registered in the office of Mr. Barnett. But in reality our history started when we first aspired to become lawyers-long before our entrance into the realm of legal research. Our numbers have been thinned by the years. Only thirteen have survived since the com- mand. "Char,-ge!" was given four years ago. The important oHices in the school organizations are filled by our members. Many of us have already fulfilled the ambition of law students in having passed the State Bar Examination, through the helpful and skillful instruction of our professors. Some have successfully embarked upon that calling already. The Evening Division, Class of 1926, has the distinction of being the first four year law class ever to be graduated from the University of Richmond. All the members of this class work by day and pursue their legal endeavors by night. We have acquired our legal educa- tion Qthe beginning thereofi, by burning the midnight oil. During the past four years we have learned the true meaning Of AristOtle's advice to Alexander the Great, that is, "There is no royal robe to wisdom." Au revoir, T. C. VVilliams' Law School! The members of the Class of 1926 will ever hold in their memory the four years spent in your halls as happy, though laborious ones, and let us hope that they have been profitable. 320 i 1 ' i W W W W ' i 5 W , i ' W F W . - W ' . i W WW 5 W W 'Wg W, . : , , ,W W W WL-' i i i W, W .W 1' 1 i V'- i W 1 1 WI, l W W W,'W-1 V W i ,Wgi , ,W fi , ef... i i W W W Senlor Class BENJAMIN GARY BLAKE EVAN RAGLAND CHESTERMAN, JR. nGm.yH RICHMOND, VA. Evening Division RICHMOND, VA. Morning Division" ,LLIIL Coarse H k W Junior Senator, i7l'BQhiil'l9l'i- Year: Seeretary Senior Class, 'ZGQ Scnu,tor'atWL:1rge, Morning Di- vision, '25-'26:W President-Ti N. Page Literaryv Society, '25-'26g StateWWBai"'Club: Sigma Nu Phi: Debating and Forenqie,--Council Representative. Tall, slender, andlgaily innocent, Gary is the law school Beau- lirummel. Do the girls love him? 'Ifhat vsjouldwhe telling tales out- of school. Sufhce itlto say that while all the ladies ,smile ,ion him, rumor l1aVtlLQ,Jthat a young lasseof-.Forestilfiallflias a ffeefsiiiiple ofrr his heart. One of those--rare soulsgtliat exfi cite actmiratiqn vvithog'stirrinf:fW ehiiiql Gary' will travel fa? up the legal ladgiern 3 Wi 1. -i WW W W' WJ. il "i 5, ,W ,W A. 321 ' --,,,IiL.B'. Course' Historian Froshmaii "Class, '22-'23, President Tllird YOILI1 ClZLSSjQ,'2?1Tf25L.'Sfil.iL: Bal' Club, '25- '26: Delta Theta. ?hi.:,,.Phi 'Kappa Sigma.. Among our seholai-s+note that we remark, not students, butechinlars-we find Evan's name. Truly he"h'as' acquitted himself nobly in his classes, 'having won: the scholarship medal his first year, and having retained the same high standardfthroughout. Even though a responsible position in onghof Richmond's largest trust companies demahdislhis,-attention during the cla5diih??i5 a devotee of Student Government andg-'fraternal activities, and is one of the College,sL2ill-round felliiws. Our recollections of Evan-ilicluclefhis trip to Pitts- .burg and pointslngrtlii also the ease of Tar- lington vs. Baxter. ,iii ,il ..u1, . , i i-. .Q 1.. i l 1 S6I11iO1' Class MALCOLM RAY DOUBLES I-IORACE HALL EDWARDS RICHMOND, VA. Evening Division ' LL.B. Couric Vice-President Freshman Class, '22-".Z3g Presi- dent Sophomore Class, '23-'24g State Bar Club, '24-'25-'261 President Student Body, '25-'2Gg Manager Law School Basketball Team, '26g B.S. Davidson College, '22, Delta. Theta. Phi. Glowing with collegiatgachievements in a North Carolina-institution, our dear friend, Ray, came to uslfour ,years ago to begin the grilling training necessary to the attainment of the exalted position of ,a lawyer. He activelylengagedi in the social, literary, and political life of our school. We rewarded and-expressed our apprecia- tion and recognitioniof his ability by electing him president of our Student Government, embodying character, training, and person- ality. Q We predict, Ray, old boy, much success for you in the future, andj challenge you to "carry on" your accomplishments in the past and in the sunset of your life, you will7b'e in a posi- tion to demand a tribute commensurate with that paidwother great and good lawyers' who have gone before. p V V Our recollection of him includes the-.result of a remark made by him in a certain class: "Equity considers done that which 'should be done."' 3 1 - i 322 NEWPORT NEWS, VA. Evening Division LL.B. Course Phi Kappa Signing Kappa Alpha: German Delta Theta. Phi: Tau Club: Ex University of Richmond, '22g Ex-Vice-President Junior Class tlvlorning Divislony, '23-'2-lg Intercollegiate De- bate, '24-'25g Student Senate. "Ed" has 'honored our halls with his pres- ence since September, 1922, coming from the city of' Newport News, Virginia. I-Ie, from the beginning, has shown a "legal mind" only comparable to that of a Blackstone, and woe be it to the luclcless classmate who is so in- discreet as to join issue in debate with him in class, for "Ed's,' "legal mind" is only second to his forensic ability. "Ed" has upheld the colors of the University in many intercolle- giate debates, and when it comes to "throw- ing" dilemmas at the opposition he is the world's best. In addition to his forensic abil- ities, "Ed" is an active member of the Ger- man Club, and has worked unceasingly for the advancement of its aims and ideals for the past two years. Being a member of the State Bar Club speaks for itself. As a practitioner, he has attained quite a clientel and has his feet planted firmly on the road to success. All of us who know "Ed" love him for his gen- tlemanly qualities, which are a perfect ex- emplificntion of the old Virginia gentleman, and know that with these qualities, coupled with his ability, that he is destined for a career as a lawyer that will be the envy of many. eI1lO1' Class CHARLES W FERRELL JAMFS FITZHUGH FLRNEYHOUGH Chuhe RICHMOND, VA Hnwon, W VA Fxenlng Dlvxsion LLB Course State Bal Plub Senior Sexmtoz Vue PIPQI I xterm v Son:-uety Charlle ls our Benedlct, the rest of s, alas for Hurrayl'J are not so much 'ls en gaged Calm and quxet spoken, slow to anger, but qunclt to resent a slmg at Z1 frxend, a gen tleman under 'my and all cxrcumstances, .1 good student and 1 qulck vuttecl lawyer that IS Charlie Ile may never wan to for tune, and he may never find hrs name xn the Whos Who but this we do know, that the fight xull always End htm on the slde vshose cause IS just Exenmg Dlvlslon LLB Course udent Senate 92 3 '73 21 "4 25 Deta Tlxctx Phi 'lhetw Chl mg his name Wxth hard vsork At every lex sure moment we find hxm 1'CV1CWlYlg some law book Persxstence IS hls vlrtue Although ac txvely engaged durmg the day m a state of fice, and lxvxng some fifteen mx es out of town, we find hxm by far more punctual than the majorxty of us Do notlbe mlstalten he IS far from a herrmt He xs an attendant at many of our back stage arguments, and lends freely to the d1iCll9il0l'1 Our recol I lons of J1mrny mclude h1s treatise on The Rrse of Chancery l w , , l I . w , l ' l, w f y , w N w ., ll ,w , F w l I fy 1 X 1' ' t at l J' ' ', , . , , l l l , U K ' n , 6 Y ' ' 1 . .I sm. 1 dem Junior C1a,sts,"24-'25g Thoma.s,Nc-Ison Page One cannot recall Jimmy without associat- J 1 'I ' . t ' 1 . - cz A ' H 'i ' . u. , ' I. I . I I 1 if J - Q - s , n ' ' L Q - a r K . - , . Y , K - . ' . . ' ' 'V K Y ' ' - ul 4 1 1 1 D " 'l L ' 1 . 1 N. . . W ' u ' u L .' - , , it Y Il ' , . , ...A . ' ' Y " 1 1 n v n ,- ,K . - - , ect I 4' , , ' ' yr 323 CIIIOI' Class J HAINIILTON I'lIINING Hem RICHMOND, VA Moz ning Divxsxon LL B Course Vlce Pusxclont Thomms Nelson 'lge Literary Socxety 1 3 btate Bar Club 25 There are those who solemnly 'affirm th'1t Hams mckname was obtzuned whnle vaudevzlle Cll'Cll1t, but this, we can assure our readers, LS a vlclous slander vuthout a slngle mltxgatlng cxrcumstance One of the best natured men vse know, Ilam IS the epltome of that rarest of bB1llgS the old Southern gentleman He IS umversally be loved, and not a fevs of thelfaxr sex are found among IS admnrers llIAJOR MCIXINLLY HILLARD PORTSMOUTH, VA Dxemng Dxvlslon LL B Course 'lxemsuler Sophomore Class 'lmtsuux Junxol flmss Vice Pzesidtnt 'senior Class Annuwl Rep rnsentative Tunlor Class State Bu Club BS Wllllmnx 'md 'llfaxx Sigma Nu Phu A firm bellex er ln xersatxllty Major te'1ches at John Marshall Hlgh School during the clav and IS a student 'lt night And a stu dent he IS Our respect for M'1J0rs argu ment IS profound Besldes belllg a good stu dent, he has 'llways taken tame to encourage 'md lend '1 helpmg h'1nrl m student govern ment and fraternal zxctn mes In the several offices he has held lProfessor has nobly ac quxtted the trust VVh1Ch has been reposed ln h1m Our recollectxons of h1m mclude The Squlb Case I A Y 1 ... ,,Y-,. , -. l , , .N X . - .. , l W W 5 , l 1 ,ll l l ' f l l ' I li ' ' ' l l 1 l w l l'l - l l l I ' l 'l l l 1 , l l l 1 l r ' ll l vllll ll , ' w l 1 l N , 'll l l Q ' - ' 'lm l l . l if . A l V ' N 1'l l ' W X I l , l , 1 ll l 1 l l lll ' ' l X w ' ll l w lv' , ' l , l l lll ll! l ' ' ' Y ' 4 lf 7 Q H U , . v., . ' A . 1.. .,. - . , - E " Pr , E I 1, 1 H4-,nge A ,, QQ., Fir' A A u - ' ,, g,,',,, ,,,. ,. ,, , , V il- Q- ',' f , . , .12-'2 5 ' ,L LZ, ." . , ' l , . . A H ,t A I . ,Y 5 .. ,Y K. C K u an ll , On! , i- V - - . .. . . . , , ,M ,V -Y 4 - L' ' ' ' . -,. ' ' ' . , ' ' 1 , ' . 1 . - L , I 1, - , IH- H ' A K ' r - 'A - - ' 1 - . . l ' - 1 z g 4 -' - - " ',. .X . 'I - L 1 f ' A fl. ,f , W ' . Q. W. ' ' ' . ' 1 ' ' . ' ., " . , ,. . ll ll' I . -'. .1 . 1 U ll ll l l l . ,, l V x 1 ll l l . l , l ll ll- , ,fl , lv l lf ll' , l l l l A . W l ll A l l ' ' w l , 1 ' V ' . 324 l Wl ' ,Y W , W W W ,N l l 'W W W W l , l ,IW , "l W if W W W l l W W , l xl lW WW l Senior Class SIDNEY JOHNSON I'IILTON IDALINE F. Levy RICUMDND, VA- "Sweet Adeline" Evening Division RICHMOND VA , . LL.B. Course Secretary Frr-shmn.n Class, '22-'23g Treasurer SOI'll'l01'!101'6 Class, '23-'24, Secretary Senior Class, '24-'25g Theta Delta Phi. A rapid stride, a swinging brief case, and in bursts Sidney with a merry greeting for evervone. To him certainly goes the honor ,of being one of the most likeable men in the class. Do not be mistaken to think that his work is frivolous-far from that, for he is one of our most conscientious students. He has been an ofhcer in our class each year, and we respect him as a promoter of the good spirit which exists among the Class of '26. VVe will always remember Sidney and his profound respect for "The Dartmouth College Case." W - 325 Morning Division LL.B. Course Vice-Preslilent Senior Class, Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society, '24-'253 State Bar Club: Treasurer olf Freshman Classy Annual Repre- sentative Junior Class. "Adeline" is our most popular feminine member, and one of, our leading students for all of that. Beautiful, and far from dumb, with her bar certificate safely in h-er grasp, she looks about for more fields to conquer. This young lady attends law school in the forenoon, college in the evening, and in the interim Hghts legal battles and figures promi- nently in the social life of Richmond. CIIIOI' Class CIAUDI: R LOWRY Slammer In RR Mclxlzr lucHMoNn, VA Sam D D Xfinlng' lVl9l0n RICPIMOND' VA LL B Louise Vice Pusrdr-nt Sophomore Class: 3 21 X e Pxesxdr nt Junior mass 1 9: A-valet mt Editor 'lhe Legend 21 '5 Member 'st Lte Bar Llub 25 26 Pzesldent Senior Class " 06 We do not hesxtate1 to remark that thxs gen tleman has been the1outstandxng member of our cl'1ss dunng xts four years sojourn Claude has lt pn the1rest'of us 1n ye'1r, but he has always entered mto our projects vuth en thuslasm and '1 spxrxt of co opernnon Al though holdmg down a responsxble posxtxon Ill the legal department of one of our uatxons largest rallroad enterprises durmg the day, ue remurk that every professor has yet to hear h1m :msn er unprepf red on any of1h1s cases. Hrs hlgh standard of work has been IDYPII' mg to us all, and we 'regret partlng our actrve college assocxatxon wutlm lum Our most vnxd recollectlons of Claude IS The Statue of Descents and D19tf1bUtlOHS, as applxed to the Chxnese Famxly Tree 32 I' x enm Du xslon LL B Course Sxgma Phu Epsilon Iwclmvtrsity ol Rieh mono "3 Vamltv Tlmck Cnptun Pre-.h Sam, old boy, we hate to leave you upon gradu'1t1on Your stralghtforward, gemal, 'md socmble drsposltxon has made an mdellble xmplessxon upon our mmd s eve The frankness and dxhgence whxch has marked vou as '1 student wxll go far ID crown mg your lrfes work wzth success VVe bid you farewell as you leave these cxrcumscrlbed realms1of collegiate actlvxtw, and truly expect and look torn 1rd to the txme when K1 large followmg called cllents' uxll repose Justlv yy nth you the1r1 confidence 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1' 1 1 1 1' 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 S ' l 7 . "' 7 7 1 . . . - 1 L, JR. , rt 1: 11 . . 1 I . , , 1511 . g ,1. .- 'H' , , .,'2 -' -: fic- . -1 - " ., '2--'.rg 1 1 ' ' ' ' .41 3 I-1 11.1-1511 ""' 1' ""' Jfii' 1, - 1 ' - , 1 1' ': 711' y 1,.. , - , y ' -' 1 --' ' 1'f 11 ,'2'.,-my 1 1'.': -. 1.:1t1,'22g . 2' - 1 .- - 1 1 1 1 man Football, T21 Lgtw School 1'3nsketba1l1. T1 ' "1 K . . 1 . I 1 I , . 1 1 . 1 1 I 1 . L 1 1 1 1 7 ' r - - - - . . ' . . . ' x 1 . 1 ' - . ' - " l . . , ., A L L 1- 1 , - 1- .' 1 1 .- - . , ' -' 1 ' 1 ' ' ' .1 1 ' L 1f 1 11. l.l ' . u' ' .. u 3 , . 111 H. 11 1,1 1' . 11 N 1 . 5 . " .' - - L - . 1 11K . . 1 1 1 .1 . , 1 1 l' 1- :1 - .1 ,- . l ' W . ,. . 1 ' . . if 1 1- ' . . ' - 1 - ' ' 1 h ' 1 D - '1 V -. -I ' ' 1 1 1 . 1. ' . 'R '1 ' l ' U11 ' ' . . . ,,' ' 1 T . 1 1 .' ' 1 1 ' ' 1 , , 1 1 l 1 R , ' 1 l 1 . , 'l j , l 3 l il 3 , W 5 'l . 1 ' . 2 l , ' ' 11 i l r 1 1 I 1 l , l l 1 l li l 1 . , 1 ' lr 1 1 1 1 l 1 Senlor Class CHARLES Rouznz Moss DAVIE GARIJINIER TYLER, JR. BEAVER DAM, VA. wjudgew LL.B. Courxe Sigma Nu Phi. ,. f' "Silence is golclenf?-and that phrase occurs to us as we recall'CQharlie. This phrase only goes in so far as' his attitude in class is conf cerned, however. Vyflien called on, he states cases so clearly andqfully that no more disl cussion is necessnryi ,A good mixer and a jolly fellow he is, though, when it comes to our numerous lulihrnry parties." Our recollec- tion of him includes. the 'Athorny subject" en- titled, "Diversity of Citizenship." ,N I, 11.151 .ld J' l- -1 , 327 CHARLES CITY, VA. . V,YEvening Division LL.B.,Cour.re Delta Timur P1114 Iizippa. ,timmy student Sen- ate, '23-'24g "Legend" Stzrff, '2-ig State Bar Club, '25-'263 Bachelor of-'Scit-noe, Vlfilliam and Mary College. 1' , , W The "judge" hasfbeen onelof our most out- standing members. With an ancestral legal lmckgorund. DL Gardiner has taken to his work with us like a duck to water. If an ar- gument is on hand at any coiiner of the build- ing, one will soon find our friendin the hottest portion of it. Hqljhas been a,n"arilent sup- porter of studerlt government activities, and in all his class representations has fulfilled his duties with disixatclifl His day isg taken up expounding "I-Iistoryf' ht john Mars all High School, and one of 'our vividqecollections of him are incidents in our Leg2illHistory Course such as 1066, and an oral' f-biography of Charles II. 1' ' W 7 SCI1101' C1355 L1:oN WAHRMAN ARMSTLAD LOVELL WITCHER Leon RICHMOND, VA NORFOLK VA Morning Du ISIOII LL B Course Freshnvm Student Senatol 2? '74 Vice Pre-si dint Junlor Class 24 Pxesulent .Tunim Cltss P1 esldent Semor L,la.ss 'Q 16 X lee P1 esi Dlvismnj C1155 Historian Lollegltte Cones pondent Stwte Bur Club Lx V P I Whoso vsould be '1 man must be '1 n conformlst' Leon IS our most vers'1t1le student and the school enxgma He IS at one and the s'xme txme the acknowledged leader of hxs class and of the morning dnvlslon, a man of catholic tastes, In 1th a pronounced but tolerant outlook on llfe, one wlth a Heamng tow 'ard thmgs ht erary, but 11 student of men as well as of books, an athlete of marked abxhty, a con nolsseur of the ladxes, a brxllxant student, and, to cap lt all, a movxe fan He uxll go far 1n hxs chosen field EXP!1lll,, DIXIQIOII LL B Courts T1e'1su1e1 Tuslxman Floss Senfttox nom Senior Class b Member Lmw School Basket brtll Ieam 26 Membex State B11 Club 0 The 'xbove 15 the tallest man m the class however, for we must say that the cher h1s n'1me IS superfluous just '1 few ws ords of humor from Armstmd wx 1ll draw a good l'1ugh any txme We must g1ve h1m creclxt for bemg one ot our best students 'xlso, hls cluef pledsure being to prepare enough cases durmg the week end to last all the COITl1flg vseelt H performed at center on the basketball team wxth much credxt to hnmself and fthe school Our recollectxons of Wxtcher mclnde the case of Commonwealth vs McCue l V l , l ll L H l M 1 'N l l ' ll ' l . 4 - ' 1 V 1 xx u . 1 v V ' 1 ' -'V ' , . 1 V . I . V 5 -N ' V, 1 ,235 E . '. ' ' - , Hr -- V . , v . . ,, V V VV V , -V , V . L . L ., . . ' ', ' 1-'.. 3 ,-. - f ' . ' 'Z ' ' ' f ' - . 'Z'- : ' ' ' , ' ' : '1 " ' 'z ' , . , . . 4 j . 1 ' V ,yum V ,-,,, , , . P . 5 , dent Student G:0VL2l'lHfl'1L!Xlf. Association qMorning 'This is not his Qnly 0l1tStZlHd1HVg characterlgtlc, e L I Y J . . . . . , L ' Y n . 4 ' T " " . . on- ' C' -' Y L ' . Y V 1 . . 4 - . V V . V V , V . .V V V V . A . . . V V- , ,WV VV C V. ll , f Q ., V. . . R 1 V . N V . V . VV . . - , , V , , L , l ' ' ca , u ' l . . . . ' ' . A . V - ' V. Y . 1 322 A M Dzfvznon D T RArcLrrrE T MIILLI, J Miss FMMA Rrnn SKINNER H A COOPER M Ln! ll1'110I' RW Orrrcmzs Pl rszdezrl Pr nsrdfrzf Sr cr: lar y Trvzuuru Ilzxiormn .Senator R L KIRBX J P BAGLI X L I imcr CAMPBLII Coorrrz Crunrrr FRAIN-Ck Fussr LL GRAHAM Gum ER JR IIADDON JR Innual Rep: 1 senialzfvz' MEBTBERS L T IIAYMS 1' S KM R Kraus I I M Irrl Mrzrsu, JR k A PME D T Rmcrrrrr Miss E C Rwn Rorzrwsosr C R SMNNER VV E Srvrmr G F Woonrrrr 1' H AIWILI J L BAk1oL G G Burutrrxrzm I C CRUMP I E DRINNARD ISABEL EAsoN E L GRIMM VV M IIUNTLM HISTORY ffl III Drfvzxzonj P Ill D1"UlA'l07l T P PARSLFX J C CRUMP Mrss Isrmrr Erxsox J C VVrLrmMs W R Arcorr J C VVILLIAMS R E JONES L M NIAIHILU Of-EEZ'-li W Mosrcuruz P PrxRsrrY I' PAIUIRIDGE J Sckucos D SU1'roN T TINSLFY W I' Toms I C Wrnrmrvrs Trme berng of the essence, brought us back to the 'sprrng of Justrce rn September, s'1dder 'rlbert wrser The famrlrar halls 'rnd non radratrng radrators rang w rth xorces 'md sugged under propped feet respectrwely There w as, underlymg the smrles and jokes, a Vern of serrousness that b led rll for the scholastrc records of thrs Drspenser of Law Old Grrm Reaper, exemplrtled ru Eml exarnrnatron grades, entered our class and can ed out '1 slrce Some of us, ustandrng rn the shoes of some of our predecessors, found ourselves bare footed lhe svrysrde to the State Bar rs strewn wrth legal mrnds that fell rnto the ru S me of us strll h'rve Coach Class Backs Class partres and socral func trons have done much to make thrs class the best acquarutcd class rn the hrstory of the Law School All rs not law that ' embryo lfrwy ers emrt, Juclgrng from the Hoyle rstrc' lrngo that floats from grouped Freshmen Thrs rn rtself should be suliicrent Be that as 1t m'xv, we are here to gather from thrs legal cornucopra coprous notes and knowledge on HOW TO FIND THE LAVV And, mrs quotrng our frrend Bobble, we humbly chant, VVould some power the grftre gre us, to ee the case 'rs rthers see rtll' VVrth our successors rnterests 'rt heart some of us 'Ire gorng to be legrshtors 'md change some l ws we know now, but drd not know at "exam trme HISTORY KP Ill Dzfvzszonj VVe were rnzleed glad to hare Dr McNe1ll back wrth us thrs year 'md srncerely hope for hrs contrnuecl good health After spenclrng the Frrst two months tlrrs year delvrng rnto the mysterres of VV1lls Ifqurty Pro cedure, Exrclence 'md Property II, the class, almost unanrmously decrded to take the State Bar emamrnatron gn err rn December 'lhe result was serv favorable, 'ls ten or more were admrtted to the bar, the rest passrng from one to three sectrons Soon after Chr1stm'rs, however, wrth Professor B'rrnett's ffrmrly trees sproutrng on the blackboard errch nrght, the statute of lrmrtatron fast runnrng on Professor Chrchesters research work, and our regular exqmrnutrons comrng due we found we had trouble enough of our own VVell, after completrng UQ thrs years work, we now look longrngly, 'md maybe wrth some regrets to our fourth and last ye'1r and then 2 1 4 4 , Q ur n v- A r-1 G 1.4 r A ' 4 0 -r ,.., - . - ' . 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'T'1?'T'..,.'f'i", ,gr ""'-, " 5 ' -. -, V mu 'N 1 mu..Ln. l1I'l101' LEW Class FRANIX W ATWILL PETERSBURG, VA LLB Course P111 Gamma Dnlt-1 Tau kappa Alpha Gmm in Club Vice Pusldcnt 25 u Dxmmatlc, Club Stage Marngex '13 24 Plesxdcnt '4 25 St Lte Bar Club SCLICWSLIY 'YIGELSUFGI Thomas Nulson Page Litermy Society 94 .1 Class Sexmtox 22 23 Annull Repxmuutatlve 'W 3 Sgcu taly 2'-I W4 Sumtor at Imge, 25 '41 Coustltu tion Commxttee 95 26 Clolleghn btaft Z .S Foxenslr. Councll, 'W 23 "4 25 IHLLICOIILBIKLL LOUIS T BIAGI, JR RICHMOND, VA Molnlng Dlvlsion LLB Course 'lhomas Nelson Pagm. Llteraxy hoclcty 30 EDWARD LEE CAMPBELL DosWnLL, VA Morning Dlvlsxon LLB Course HERWAN ALBILRT COOPER RICHMOND, VA MOYHll1g' DIVKSIOII LLB Course Fx ack Qenator 94 5 Class Historian, 'lefnn '14 'md Ex Unlverslly or Flornda N1 ll will Ill l 3 uligl il lm will Ml all W l gl l U 15 HH Hp! 'jzif Bill ' 1 l D ll vgt 'Z - ical ,,':'2': .K g-L-1 .. lil, '.' , : j:'f?l . Nfl """L.'--' al' L 1-"."2-:2'2, ' ' ' Debate,t'23-'242 ASQ-lgtaut :Cllr-el"Leacler, 43,-524i ' ' Mr! .,1. : '- -'2 LSL... D - 'zgq ' -' - W . . W D ' - img g . will A will 5 5, li' ,vs l 1 if 3 .. lit! .1 C-"S':'iLf":'-'-t-i--"-f "- f'f"f ' ""f- 1 f ,r ,f ' , ' 'D' 441.1541-fl:wf3fi'.::Lt2r,.'f.1'1:,u-Lfj.ili. .,.,. 'Q gn. ,L .Eh Q Dail-V 7 L f C i'j5.,.Y4,L .f. nn- f .,,,,..,.-., ,. . -. ,. V xy- Q ,, v VV 'X -A! : AU. 4 NA ,--sw 15,-53553 ,Nfl--U -,M-, f-:gf-ffvni.. E3::l::E,ECv1l?."vj1 x ' N Nz, .J ,A 1. LM--f I. . M f, f f fl' lam W I XJ ll' ,. ' -1 lx ll 'v UI1101' Law Class SAMUFL L CREATH PACER, VA Morning Dlvxslon LLB Course I'unlJda Chi Alpha Vaxsltv Bwelmll .Q Cwptsuu G Varslq Club lyx Rlchmond College I C CRUMP, IR RICHMOND, Vfl Exe-nmg Dixislon Slgma. Lu Txeasuxu ol' qtudent GOXCITIIIIBIHZ 2 2 Phi Vice Premdent Junim Class I JAMES ELLIOTT DRINARD RICHMOLD, VA Evening, DiVlSi0l1 LLB Course Lxmbdm Chl Alpha Delta. Theta Phu PlBSidEl1f, Sophomolc Class 24 25 Class Rupu SLTICLCIVI Annual Staff 24 25 Treasurer Tunior Class 25 26 Wlnnel Freshman Law Prizm. 93 24 Vice BERNARD T FRANCK III RICHMOND, VA Morning Dxvlsion LLB Course lihomws Ixelson Pay, Lito.1'uy Soclety Qwwv Kp, . 'in l l 4" lf I V -1 .I l 1 lr' . 3 I rl 1 C . ' l QF' l ll :L 1 Nu T 'll l QJIA l is F ll l , life rw? W1 ,BL . . "Ei . . . .lu . ln J. ' lg .. ,'23, '24, l 2 4 l ': ' - I '2 3 -' ' : ".'. ' ' '1 .' -' 9 1. W- 1-ll! . 1z': ,'-'Q V. . 15:1 lc ' y V, 5 - . .A ,, 3 . IE LL.B. Course ' - I -. - , v , -5 , K- . I . 3 1 " . . .,. . N Q, . H4-1 5. ' .C v C V ,A . I ' 1 l 1- J' ill. 1 33 M El 5- , ,. - f- ,-1-I-i'fi'fl 1 gl 'xl ',e.j-i'i.'..i-.,..,.:,..-.gL, L H i,L7"' "".T""'Tj- -if il- - Yllill-rl -- -J - - V i L V X 'f ,L N-r N A,.:.':L:-.?.iz:.n.L'1 .... fu' , . - i .-f""""N -, Q53-3-s-.5-pf lJ.I1iO1' Law Class JOHN VVILLIAM FUSSELL BENJAMIN THOMAS GUNTER, JR. RICHMOND, VA. ACCOMAC, VA. Morning Division LLQB. Cow-se LL'B' Course Kappa Alpha, B.A. University of Richmond, '23. Sigma. Nu Phi: Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society, Masonic Club, Senator Junior Class. EDWARD THOMAS HAYNES RICHMOND, vA. EDGAR ALLAN GRAHAM Moming Division BLUEFIELD, VA. LLB- COW-'L' Morning Division Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society, '24-'25- '26: Advertising and Circulating Manager "The LLB' Course Legend," '24-'25: Staff Representative Fresh- man Class, Morning Division, '2-i-'25, Secretary and Treasurer Freshman Class, Morning Divi- sion, '24-'25g Secretary and Treasurer Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society, '24-'25: Vice- President Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society, '25-'26, Advertising and Circulation Manager "The Legend," '25-'26: President Thomas Nel- son Page Literary Society, '26-'27g Ex. Univer- sity of Richmond. Sigma. Nu Phi Fraternity. 332 I ' ' T -:"."" - '- " ,- , ,...+s-.., fQ..f-f"'.. - v x, 1 VN ' , 1 4 - .1 ttf P' '3ff-- , , . ,,,. .,,.-Y ,, . , Luff- C -, N, - C,,w.o...,.-. - C 1 1 w ,,-.FnCC. CC -.NlM------ . W LLL ,FH E Vwx Y YYY ' Q w 1 l , I P-,-T-,-.--,.., ...,.-..,-,. .- .- ab., ' -Tis-...:.1Jl,-Q1-" Y-,,,. W I w 1 W I 1 l1Ili0I' Law Class VVLLLIAM IVIOSCOE HUNTLEY M RICHMOND, vA. ' Evening Division LL.B. Course v V Kappa Alpha: .Delta Theta Phi: German Club: State Bar Club. FLOYD SALE KAY ' N ' Rlci-IMoNn, VA. X T LL.B. Course Morning Division ' Sigma Nu Phi: Member Masonic Club: S. S. S. Club: A.B. University of Richmond. ...A Sigma, Nu A ..,,, Rom. L. IKIRBY, JR. INDEPENDENCE, VA. Morning Division LL.B. Course Sigma, Nu Phi. I. BIIANN L1Tz BLUEFIELD, VA. Morning Division LL.B. Course Phi: Senator of Junior Class: Member of Bluefield Club. M 'YF o' 1 J 1 V 3 J -5,1 f4l'-'---J-A - - AA -----1-if --H7----A-V -AM. w, swf--.. .H- L1I'llO1' LGW C 855 LAWRENCE MASON IVIATHIEU Trios P PARSLEY RICHMOND, VA RICHMOND Evening Divislun Evcnmg Division LLB Course State Bar Club JOE T MIZELL RICHMOND Morning DIVISIDIX LLB Course Sngma Nu Phl Flatt-:nity Bueinvss M111 mger Page Lltuazv Soucty Socxctary heasulox Stu dents qquaxc Club Vlu Pxesldnnt Tumor Clmsq Dcbatmg and Forensic Councll Rmprement Ltlvl. State Bal Club EY Rlchmond College 4 LL B Course Phu G'1mrn'1. Dflta D ltn. Theta I hi PIFSICLCIIC of Clwss Jumor lmgning DIYISIOII Vice Pu-si dent Student hovelnmcnt EWGIIIIIQ Duislnu Ixnymous ALTON PATE RUTHERFORD, TENN Mozumg DIVISIOH LLB Course Lxtmralv Soucty Presidcnt Students bquaw Club Edntox m Chlef of The lcgvnd Studcnt Senmtox af. I'ugQ Mtmbel of S S S Club Slgma. Nu Phi ' 1 4 . . . . f . , VA. - . ' . 1 V3 3 e V .' " 3 2 ' ' ' 'K l ' ff, I 'Y' ' 3 ' ,, - . 3 - N . , 1 . - -, A . , JR. ' v , VA. ' ' ' ' 'I - .- 'f. Z ' ' "Legend"g Secretary-T1'lausure1' Thomas NUISUU Omivron Delta Kappa' TIIODISLQ Nelson Page ' . 1 v I . 1 . ' ' K ' ' vl, Q - , - l . ,. ., 1 : 1 . ,-- I . .. JV, I H: , " ' I H ,' ' 1' l' h . - A- -3 A 2 - . . . ' 5 , .. . l 33 I L1IliO1' Law C1355 DAVIS TYREE RATCLIFFE RICHMOND, VA. Morning Division LL.H. Course Kappa Signing Delta '1'lIc-tn Phi: Omici-rm Delm Kappa: Freshman Law Prizeg President Junior Class: Student Se-nzL1.ug Football, '21-'22-'23: Track, '22-'23-'24g Riclimond College. EMMA COLEMAN REDD ASHLAND, VA. Morning Division LL.B. Course Phi Mu: Secretary of Junior Class: Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society. 335 DAVID STRAUGHAN ROBINSON PALLS, VA. Morning Division LL.B. Course Riclmwnd Collwgo. Ex. '21l: Fmslxnlan Baseball. '22g Varsity Baseball Squad, '233 Kappa Sigma, CLIFF R. SKINNER PLINY, W. vA. Morning Division LL.B. Course Treasurer Junior Class: Member S. S. S. Club. ,QV 1124 'B I fiilf-Tr I, j:,'-.4w- -..-..f?f -I-E - I . , ..1 ,W . I - II-L.--,II I.--. - I EI 'llTif4":T"'T' ':'L:.-':I,,"-D "I, I' " ' ' ' ff .54 II' I I I If II ISI ICI I III IIQI I I IIII , I Ii I IIj I I5I'II If A, .-T,.- - 'sf-..'1, ...- l1I1101' Law C1855 WILLIAM EDWARDS SIXIITH soU'rI1 HILL, VA Moxnmg Division LLB Course Thomas Ne-hon Pfxge. Litufuy Sor'lftS Fxnwh man Annual Rqneselmtxtxvr State, Bfu Lambda. Chl Alplm. VVILLIAM Fumx CIS TOMS RICHMOND, VA Evcnmg Dlusxon LLB Coufse Slgm'I. Nu P111 Smte B'u' Club ,I 'HIE-ic4? Club . I JOHN C WILLIAMS RICHMOND, VA Lvcmng Divxsion LLB Course PI Ivmpp-I Alpha Ddta Theta Phx Vice Prpsi dent 1"reshman Law C1 l.Sb 93 24 PICSIKIOHC Qophomorm, C,l'1ss 74 2 Tleusuxcx qtudent Govexnmcnt Assocmtlou Mambo: Stmte Bar Llub JUTHOI C1 ws Sumtm GUY FOREST WOODLIEF RICHMOND, VA Morning DivIsIon I LB Courxe l'h0m.Is Nelson P1 e Lltmaly Soclmty III I III I I ' I II III I I .I II I I I ' 'I H I I I FII - I' , - II I I I-I I I ' n 1 II :ALI . - . . I . fi' A L 1 3.6. 133: .K ,, - -1 K 5 1 I., I: - I - I I 1. I 1 4 -, L - U? ' ' ' L - I!' , , - . ,. :YI -I . , '. ' Ill , 4 1 . .W III , ' 'I Il I . ,. , IIII ' ' ' ' 'III I - : . . . , , , 'f ,J IE I V I. I II . I Ill: U I I I 336 Sophomore Law OFFICERS R. E. HOOKER ..... ,.... ..... P 1 'esidmzt R. G. MONCURE . . . . . Vita-Prmidmzz VV. B. CRIDLIN ..... . . . Sccrcmry R. H. L. CI-IICHESTER .......... Trcasurcr GARLAND E. Moss . . f7nnunl Rejwesmztaiiw JOSEPH P. SAOLER . ..... Ilislorian M. POPE TAYLOR . .Swmiur R. C. BETHEL R. E. BOOKER W. L. CARLTON MER'IBERS R. G. MONCURE CQ.-XRLANIJ E. Moss S. A. PATTERSON R. I-I. L. CHICHESTER, JR. F. A. RosuER M. COHEN R. H. Ruon W. D. COLE W. L. Rusn R. P. COLONA XV. I-I. RYLANO VV. B. CRIDLIN J. P. SADDLE!! C. R. PIERRINK C. B. SA'rcr1ELL JOHN LIVINGSTONE C. H. SUEPPARO VV. J. McDOWELL M. POPE 'PAYLOR H1story Returning to school with a knowledge of "law" was the first thought of each member of this class last September as we strolled through the hallways to fall back in line for more light in our profession. The novelty of discussing summer vacations and vocations had about passed away when one evening Pope Taylor, president of our class last year, called a meeting to elect oH'lce1's. VVe soon proceeded with the purpose of the meeting, and the following members were elected to steer our destiny during the year: R. E. Booker, presidentg R. G. lVIoncure, vice-president, W. B. Cridlin, seeretaryg R. H. Chichester, treasurerg Garland Moss, annual representative, Joe Sadler, historian, and Pope Taylor, senator. VVC are much enthused over the interest of our class as an organization, and expect to maintain the same spirit throughout the year. 337 SOPIIOITIOIC L3.W C1855 RUSSELL E BOOKER RICHARD HENRY LEE CHICHDSTER LOCUST HILL, VA Evening Dlwsxou LL B Course B A Pxchmond College PhI Delta Omega Omi cron Delt'1. Kappa Sxgma. Nu Phi Student Sen ate 24 '75 Puszdent Sophomorc, Class WILLIAM L CARLLTON RICHMOWD, VA Evening Dlvxsion LLB Course Slglflil, Nu Phl Ex Wllllwm 'md Mary Calle TREDERICKSBURG, VA Evcmng Dlvisxon LL B Course DLILH. Theta Phi Tleasurex Sophomole Clmss Zo 26 W DISNEY COLI: RICHMOND, VA Evenmg Dlxlslon LLB Course Masonic Club . . . . .' : ' : - -' g ' - - . - I . 5 ' 2 ' - "-' . , ' -'. g - ' , '25-urs. . . , , . I . . y . . . V ' 5 . I C gn. ' Y 'wffl "J" "-Y M H f- L , ,Z , "1 i - H" """ ' Il ,- ' . 'Y ,,1,,gL,Y,' SOpl.'l0l'I'101'C Law Class ROBERT PEYTON COLOINA '1ASLLY, VA lilllllllig Dlvlslon LLB Course WILLIAM BRANNER CRIDLIN RICHMOND, VA Evening Dlvlsmn LLB Course Seuetau Sophomore Claws 95 96 Clxaplmn Masomr. Club 3 Il CLINE R HVRRINII RICHMOND, VA Evomng Dlvxsmn LLB Course Slgma hu Phi Smte BaI Club JOHN LIVINGSTONE RICHMOND, VA Evenmg Dlxlslou LL B Course SOP1'l0l'1'101'C Law Class WILLIAB4 JAIVIES NICDOWELL RICHMOND, VA. Evening Division LL.B. Course University of Virginia: VVim1er of Fresh- man Prize for Regular Students. B.A. Assistant Edito W. IWCONCURE, RXCHMOND, VA. Evening Division LL.B. Course r of "The Legend' Sigma.. J R. Phi Kappa l 34-0 GARLAND EDWARD Moss CHASE env, vA. Evening Division LL.B. Course Pi Kappa Alpha: Masonic Club: Annual Repro- sentativc, '24-'25: Assistant Editor-ln-Chief "Legend," '25-'2 6. S. AsHToN PATTERSON RICHMOND, vA. Evening Division LL.B. Course Pl Kappa Alpha: Delta Theta Phi: Club. Masonic Sophomore Law Class ROBERT HUGH RUDD RICHMOND, VA. Evening Division LL.B. Course Historian Class, '24-'25. WALTER LEE RUSH if CLINTWOOD, VA. Evening Division LL.B. Course Sigma. Nu Phi: Slate Bar Club: Masonic Club. I WILBUR H. RYLAND RICHMOND, vA. Evening Division LL.B. Course Phi Gamma. Delta: Masonic Club: State Bm' Club. JOSEPH P. SADLER, JR. RICHMOND, VA. Evening Division LL.B. Course Phi IQRDDG. Sigma: Omlcron Delta Kappa: Delta Theta. Phi: Cheer Leader, '21-'22: "Collegian" Staff, '21-'22: Assistant Business Manager "Web," '22-'23: President Senior Class, '24: Cross Country Team, '21-'22: Historian Class, '25-'26. S0p1'10lT101'C Law Class CHARLES B. SATCHWELL M. POPE TAYLOR RICHMOND, VA. CLIFTON FORGE, vp.. Evening Division Evening Division LL.B. Course LL.B. Course CLINTON HOLLAND SHEPHERD RICHMOND, VA. LL.B. Course Pi Kappa Alphng Delta Theta. Phi: President Freshman Class, '24-'25. Il! - 342 .Phi Kappa Sigma: Delta Theta Phi: Prosident Freshman Class, '24-'25g Student Senate, '25-'26. -- - - W--J L i--- - ' -Y --V JIM Dzlvmon Pmrur' FREEMAN Il I' Sxmn Juurw D MARFIV BRN D LACX IILRBERT L SMVIHIRS H M II1RM,w Orr1cERs Pffszdrfzi Vin' P1 rrztlmzf Yfurlazy fl f1!l.S'1lII'l Ilzfinrzan S'1'1mioz 11 nn ml Rfprrsz 711111 wr MEMBERS J C Amnom H C BOIIXNC E I' ELDRIDGF PIIILLIP IQRFIVIANT H M PIERMAN B D LAcx J B MARIIN E OILIN N PHILLIPS G Rousl: F Rmx G SAADX VV BROADDUS H Duvet A O Flxslri R 1' EDWARDS J C Gonorm S VV PIANSEN ELLro1'r Ixmrsox VV J MIILFR N H Mos1xcU1:,JR II M WVU Rms P M DlQJlJl07l J R SAUNIDERS J C Goonw Momficoe, JR R I' EDWARDS VV BROADDUS R N SHARP W Nrmrrr V S Poomz VV REW R SAUNDIIRS L SLWARD It Sncrrrnm NV I SIOCKIONV History A M DIVISIOH As It has been said of President Coolidge, the members of the First Xear Cl rss of the morn ing Division entered upon their legal studies as green as the hills from which they came But lil-.e President Coolidge, we have slouls but surely des eloped The class as a si hole has 'ilu cus manifested 'ln unusual 1IlfCl'CSlZ in the activities of the school At exers student gox ernment meeting, no matter what the tlrlhculty nas, the freshmen were alxvus spontaneous in their solutions of the problem It is worthx to recall that the Class of 28 rallied to the support of the Thomas Nelson Page Literary Societs It imbued a new spirit into the oigallrzation, until lt is now a real credit to the school Due to the ZlCflX1tV of the class, actnitles have grow n in leaps and bounds It is the earnest desire of this class to make 1 glorious success of itself 'ind reflect credit not onli upon our Alma Mater, but upon the legal profession To that goal, we dedicate ourselves VVe hope in future years we can point to many ernment lawyers and jurists and say with pride, They were members of the Class of 28 History P M D1v1s1on Realizing that the proper interpretation and application of the laws are the bases of responsible government, we, the members of the First X e'1r Class of the Evening Division entered upon our pursuit of legal knowledge in September 1925. VVe hare, like all humans, encountered many perplexities 'ind obstacles, but we haxe been conscious that success in life largely depends upon overcoming the difficulties which from time to time embarrass us. Having consistently borne this thought in mind, we have completed the labors of our first session and 'ire now confidently anticipating the attainments which another session will bring. The class, composed as it is of men who dex ore most of our time during the day to work other than the study of law, in order that we might meet the expenses of our course, have found few moments for the development the social phase of our class activities. But being earnest in our efforts, we have persisted ' our labors, with constant anticipation that three years hence we shall emerge from the in 'ills Alma Mater full-lledeged members of the b'1r, ready 'Ind eager to promote the best interest our respective communities through our labors, 'ind the positions which we hope to occupy '1 result of our 'attendance 'lt this institution. 343 FI'6Sl'1II'131'1 GLW ', 4, A". . . ....... . i .- ', i' . ........ . . . .,. '. ...... .... N.H. " . r f . ' 4 - - 1 . . . 1 , ' .' . . .... . . . . . ' . . f'- " B. '. '. . . , .:' N. . 1 .1 . . .. Y, H. . . 1. ' J. W. '. '. '. 1 P. . ' . . f R- - - 1 .al . P. .. ' .Y . . N J. . .' 4 . . l ' T. . ' ' 7: F R- - ' VV. C. Horus H. L. SMITHERS VV. VV. Mrcmsux R. M. SHARP . . ' T. . . . . L J. . "' ' 1' O I ' r ky' ' 1 v 6 v iv y I N i . A. 'Lil s i s ' . 1 . Y. . rw n y w 1 ' ' L ' W ' 1 E i i' 1' 1 4 I 1 i . ' . I 'i ' I i 'i i C L ' ' D . " ' . ' J' ' ' " . .. ' . ' ' ' . ' ri ' L L .I 1 D 1 s. in ' at . , , . 1 . r n ' Q I 1 L V V . . , V , . . K . y L Y 4. C Y of . . . in . . v V. of . . . . of g . . as . . . FICSIIIITIQD LSW lass TEIXIPLE WINSTON BROADDUS ANDREWV O B EASLEY WEST POINT, VA CLARRSVILLE, VA Evenmg Division Evuning Dhismn LLB Course LLB Course RAYMOND H DUPUY ROBERT FRANKLIN EDWARDS RICHMOND, VA ISLE OF WRIGHT, VA Evening Division LLB Course Fvening Divlslon LLB Course '1 Lu kappa Alpha Pnsldeut Phelologhn Lltel qecx etary of Debating and Forensic Councnl 21 Hlstoridn of SONIC!! Class 21 Histcnlan of Eve nmg' DIVISION Fnst Heal Law Coulse ' 'z ' : 1 ' C ' ary Society, '21g Intercollegiate Debate, ' 19 ' . 2 - . 1 ' I I I . ' - A - ,Q . ' , . i 344 Freshman Law Class PHILIP EDWARD FREEMAN S. W. HANSEN STONY CREEK, VA. RICHMOND, VA. Morning Division Evening Division LL.B. Course LL.B. Course Rhode Island State College: Member Students' Square Club: President First Your Law Coursey Delta Alpha Upsllon. W. CAMERON HOPE ROCKINGHAM, N. C. D ' I ' ' ' JOHN CRUTCHFIELD GODDIN Tom ng D'V's"m LL.l?. Cour e RICHMOND, VA. J Evening Division Thomas Nelson Page Literary Sociotg LL.B. Course B.S, of University of Richmond: Vice-Presirlmit Freshnmn Class, Evening Division: Ex V. M. I. 345 F'1'SS1'lI'I'18.I'1 Law Class JULIEN DWIGHT MARTIN RICHMOND, VA. Morning Division LL.B. Course Trl Phi: Secretary-Treasurei' Richmond Phila- tclie Suciey Cfnrmed on College Carnpusl, '25g Member Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society. '24- '25g Collegian Staff, '24-'25g Business Manager Glee Club, '24-'25g Secretary-TI'nzLsurer of Morn- ing Division, Freshman Class Law, '25-'26g Law School Correspondent to "Collcgiau," '25-T263 Member Thonms Nelson .Page Literary Society, '35-'26. VVILLIAIVI W. NIICHAUX RICHMOND, VA. Evening Division LL.B. Course W. J. MILLER SWORDS CREEK, VA. Evening Division LL.B. Course Ex Bluefield College, Bluefield, XV. Va. N. Szecrretzwy al H. MONTAGUE, JR. RICHMOND, VA. Evening Division LL.B. Course 11.1 '1'l'GEISLll'E2I' of Freshma N l In li 1 II: 1 'I N ll: N , X! Il I li i '4 l l i nClzLss. M N iw .l W. N ,W .IN N ll 34 I lair' .l W, ,WWW Il - I " W 'vxi 'mjgii ,in 'W L", '. -fi-r . F'1'CS1'1l'I'1B.I1 Law Class NAT W. NEBLETT R. W. REW wAvERLx', VA. RICHMOND, VA. Evening Division Evening Division LL.B. Course LL.B. Course HARRY NEWTON PHILLIPS, JR. PAUL GIBSON ROUSE RICHMOND, VA. MARION, VA- Morning Division Morning Division LL.B. Course LL.B. Cours: Delfflf The'-U Pm- Freshman Football, '24g Bzmsketballiquad, '24 Varsity Baseball, '24, '25g Bluefield College Club Varsity Clubg S. P. E. 347 , L.-- . ,, vi , .. , .,,. L-Y jfv gAY WH-- in 1 ' 1 l, if.- Ls.f.2i'i2fi!,l T4 .Lg-J by l gpg. g f -.m , FISSIITHQH LAW Class P E RYAN RED SUIPHUR SPRINGS, VS VA 1xI0lIli1lg' DIVISIOH LL B Course 0r'11.ox JULIUS ROY SAUNDERS NORrOLK, VA Evening DIVISIOH LLB Course ROBERT L SEWARD, I RICHMOND Evening Divlslrm LLB Course Umxmsxty of Ruchmond 21 Phx Omega ROBERT MOSBY SHARP RICHMOND, VA Dvcnmg Dlvlslon LL B Course Delta BA Richmond College Plc-sldcnt. Freshman Annual Represcntatnc Fresllman Cluss Law Class 3+ . . . R. - , '. . , vA. Thomas Nelson Page Literary Sucictyg Class B.A. ' f ' ' ' , ' 1 ' ' 1 . v' ' ' ' 4 ' ' . . - : ' b " - " ' Q . 8 F1'6SlIllT18I'l Law Class JOHN KENNON SHEFFIELD HAROLD FLEMING SNEAD mmznssunc, wx. R1cHMoNo, vA. Evening Division Morning Division LL.B. Course LL.B. Course HERBERT LANDRUM SMITHERS RICHMOND, VA. Morning Division LL.B. Courxe Sigma Nu Phi: Tau Kappa Alphag Ex Richrnonll College. '25g Student Senate: Assistant Editor "Legend"g Editor-in-Chief "Messenger," '24g Intercollegiate Debate, '23-'24-'25g Vice-Presb dent Virginia State Chapter of Tau Kappa Alpha: Member Thomas Nelson Page Literary Society. 3-I-2 Vice-President Freshman Class: Delta Theta Phi: Kappa Sigmag Omicron Delta Kappa. WILLIAM WILKINS RxcHMoND, vA. Evening Division LL.B. Course Phi Alpha. Basketball Team T. C. VVILLIAMS SCHOOL OF LAW Back Rofw-WITCLIER, ALcoT'r, Dounuzs Front R010-JOHNSON, BETHEL, McKEE 350 mhvre urhm' in uarivtg 1111? 5212, aah mhrrP,thn1tg,l1 all thingz Differ, all agrre. -Pope: Windsor F crest. wrganigaiinnz Delta Theta Ph Founded at Baldwm College, 1900 efferson Senate Estibhshed 'It Unnersxty of Rxchmond 19I'f Colors Creen and VS hlte Publualmn The Puper Book FRATRES IN FACLLTATI: JAS H BARNEII BS, LLB T JUSIIN MOORE BA LLB J RANDOLPH TUCKER BA LLB FRATRES IN UNIVIIRSITATE JAMES L BARIOL EVEN R CHLSIERHIN JR R H L CIIICHISTLR JR M RAI DOUBLFS J ELLIOI DRIRARD J I' TLRNEIIIOUGII SIDNLY J HILION' VV Moscoe HIJNILER THOMAS P PARSLEY S ASHTON PATIERSON DAv1s RATCLIIFI- JOSEPH P SADLER CLINI ON II SHI PPARD W7 C ANDIIRSON W C BARRIR RICHARD BLAIF FRANK B BEAZLIY W W BEVERLY R A BROOR SIIrRLocIc BRONSON VV H CARDWELL J R CHAPPFLL JR C' L CHUMBLFY G G CLARR VV 1' CURTIS E S DEsPOR1ns ILAROLD F SNLID M POPE TAI LOR D G TYLER, JR JOHN C VVIILIAMS FRATRES IN URBE B DUNFORD E DUINTORD B DUVAL C DUVAL JR H H EDWARDS ANDREW ELLIS C G GARLAND J VAUOHANI GARY PIERBERT HARRIS E B I'IA7LhGROVE A D LIVLSAI FRANK G LOUTHAN BERNARD VV MAI-ION H S MAN 352 T R MILLER W D MILLER R C L MONCURI' VVINSTONI MONTAOUI: VV L OFLAHERTY R O PALMER A T Pnvr JOHN GARIIND POLLARD J L ROBINSON DAVE E SA1'rI:RrIFID JR C E SIERN JR IIUGH I TIMMONS H A VVRIGHT . 1 4 v' 1 -.J 1 ' ' 'l ' . . , - ' .- 1 7 ' '. ' I. II 1 .I 4 Y 1 . . ' M, . . . . . ' , . ., . - . , . ., . . . ' 7' . " I .I' . ' H I .1 I, . . ."' ' . . . - L ' , . . ' . .. ,h . ,.' I J .I .. A.. 1 I ' . I"'.1 E. S. ANDERSON C. M. DOZIER JOHN P. MCCARTY . . I I I E. . J- . . 'f J. . 'I . . + ' . I 2 R. . , . . I I I . . Y 1 . 4 Y u n Y 4 I' - 3 1. . I I' . . , , I . I ' ,T .r .' . . I , . ' ' ' - ' I 1. . 1 . . I ' . ' ' .. . . , , ' - . ' ' I . ' , . , 4, ' I ' . I' ' . ' . . '- ' I' . I' . . ,,. ,. Nl ,, 1 f . l I I 353 Sigma Nu Phi Founded at National University Law School, 1902 Jefferson Davis Chapter Established at University of-Richmoncl, February I2, 1921 Colors: Purple and Gold L. S. PIERRINK, B.A., B. G. BLAKE D. Puhliralion .' "The Owl" HIJNORJXRY LL.B. JoIIN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE E. FORTNA C. R. LIERRINK fll0'LCf'f.' VVhite Cn rn'1tIon R. SAUNDERS, LL.B. J. T. MIZELL R. E. HOOKER J. VV. FUSSELL R. E. JONES C. R. Moss VV. L. CARLTON E. A. CQRAI-IAM F. S. KAY K. A. PATH R. P. COLONA E. L. CIRIMM R. L. KIRBY VV. L. Rusu J. C. CRUMP M. M. H1LLARI1 I. M. L1'rz H. L. SMl'l'l'lERS VV. E. Toms FRATRES IN URBE J. J. ALLEN F. E. EIJMONIJS L. M. LATANE A. M. PIIIPPS J. N. BowEN, JR. G. A. FEIL L. F. LEAMAN XV. L. ROBINSON R. H. BRET1' A. S. GANZER1' O. S. LIvsIE E. B. Rvsu W. L. CLARKE R. H. GRIFFIN O. IE. LowRs', JR. R. L. SAMESON F. VV. CoI.oNA GEORGE LICVVELL E. J. LUCK LESLIE VAN LIEW VV. J. CONATY L. R. HALL R. P. MAR'I'1N W. H. XVOOLFOLR B. VV. CRUMP, JR. J. M. JoIINsoN D. J. MAYs VICK C. VVRIGHT ACTIVE CHAPTERS H. A. SEx'I'oN Josfph H. Choalr Charles E. rlllylltif IVillianI II. Taft . Nathan Grcmz . . Gafuin IV. Craig . Jl'jiL'7'50ll Da-vis .... John lllarshall .... Olifwr llfmzdell Holm1'.t . Champ Claris .... lame.: G. Jenkins . Rifhmond Pearson . . Russell H. Confwcll . . Siephmz fl. Douglas . . Ilfilliam Milchell . . . Dislrift of Columbia :Ilumni Detroit .4 lumni Chaplcr Chapin . . Rich mend .fl lum ni Chajwler Sl. Louis Alzunni Chapter 354 . National University University Law School Georgetown University Detroit College of Law Cumberland University of SoIItherII California . . . . .University of Richmond . John B. Stetson University Y . VS ashington College of Law . St. Louis University . Marquette University . . .Duke University . . Temple University School of Law . . Loyola University . . Northwestern College of Law . . VVZ1Sl1illgf0l'l, D. C. . . Detroit, Mich. . . Richmond, Va. - . St. Louis, Mo. 1.3.-, .1 ,X rx f f7'i'?f:g'.'1 .N 3 51,4 gm.. I L 'X -.455 -Ji f' y 355 ilfg' 1 TY . ,Q-,', jill- Y' I W P , , W , 1 J I lv fl' N 1 N w v ' 4 ' IW ,I lil! 356 V 4 1,7 Y 3 'v', ,Nj 'fi ,fflilf J ,- MISS VIRGINIA COWHERDI, Student Gofvernmeht Sponsor RxcHMoNn, VIRGINIA 357 ' , iQQ ,, ll, ,,Q 15, l lIg gg, W of the salient points in one of the organs of the Law Department student bodv May this page also be 1 concrete reminder in the years to come to those of us who are this ve'1r of I9 6, the constituents of such organ I refer to the Student Government Association and the ideals which it fosters This particular year has been a crucial one with regard to the above organization 7 For the uninformed reader's benefit it might be stated here that prior to 1923, the law school comprised only a Night Division. A Morning Division was added that year. The latter has rapidly increased its enrollment to the present date. This situation has made necessary a change in the organization of Student Government, in order that proper representation therein might be afforded each Division. The change occurred this year. HE purpose of this page is to introduce to the casual observer of this volume a few . h t s K . . iv V . ' , '. U . 2 ' . . ' P . Very briefly, the general plan of Student Government control now is vested in: CII A Presi- dent elected from the entire associationg fel two Vice-Presidents, one elected from each Divisiong C32 a Secretary and a Treasurer elected from the entire associationg LQ a Senate of fourteen, seven efected from each Division. The Vice-Presidents are the executive heads of their respective divisions and, in conjunction with the respective Divisional Senate, handle all matters of a purely divisional interest. In matters involving the entire association, the President, together with the joint Senate, are the arbitrators. The purposes for which this association was created are noble ones, the spirit which it en- courages is enlightening, the ideals which it fosters are honorable, the place which it occupies makes it indispensable. Honor, that noble virtue which causes men to lay down their lives in protecting a just cause, is the foundation rock upon which our association is built. And this same spirit permeates every phase of it. To create, foster, and cultivate honor among the members of the student body, both in their relations with each other and in those relating to the school authorities, is our objective. It is with a sense of deep pride, the current administration can state, that "during the past school year no member of the association has been reported to it for breach of this trust imposed." This high virtue among the members of the student body has been carried into every detail of their work. The Honor System at the T. C. VVilliams School of Law is on the loftiest heights and is respected to the utmost. Men who spend a complete sojourn at the institution find themselves well equipped in matters of honor and ethics, with which to combat the snares and pitfalls which face the young attorney. XVe, who depart from the portals of Columbia Building, will ever remember and cherish her as a beloved Alma Mater, and count her association as one of enlightened environment. M. RAY Douauzs, President. 358 y. ml QM g V 'N W ii :E N W xl 'i N1 Y 359 iw -HIV Q' 1gj,V,f 'g'mZ""' 7 ' """" 'i'lI',1A -- -,Uni K. A. PATH . R. E. BOOKER J. T. MIZELL W. D. Couz Roscoa CARDEN WM. M. DAv1s Students' Square Club CA Square Studentj OFFICERS . . Prcsidmzt W. C. CRmm.1N . ..... Clzaplmn . Vive-Presidmt W. I. STOCNTON ........ Tile: . . Secretary G. E. Moss .... Annual Reprmmzlalz-w' MEMBERS R. F. Enwmms F. S. KAY S. A. PATTERSON P1-ULLIP FREEMAN IOHN LIVINGSTONE W. L. RUSH J. W. Fussen. C. T. LTNSLEY G. E. SUTTON A. R. HUTCPIINSON -- -- 1+-. .YYA .,..1A. - MV M. F. PARTRIUGE Tsimz.- . ..'1 -- State Bar C1 b of T C Wdhams chool of Law Bark Rau CHARLES VV Ilmzrrx CIAUD R Lowkx A L VVIICIIIIR In E R CHFSUQRMAN JR Flon! Row D G TXLER jx C R Moss B Gmcs BL-nu: VVILLIAM F Tous I2 L CJRIVIM VV R ALLCQAT Lsox VVAUAWAAN W DISNEY Cow C 9 Mfxssu' I H HENING J T MIYIIL ISABELIF SEASON JOHN C Wurmms W M AHUNIIPX, ROYAL I2 lows 36: u . . S 4 . " ,AH 4 . A, . . " " ,h ., '. . ." , ., . . ' , ., . . , . ' . ' '. Cnnler Rofw-W. L. RUSH, C. R. HERRINCK, CHARLES T. r11INSLEY, L. M. MATHIEU fP1'6SidCIltJ, '. A , 4. . N A , . . " , AT ' A . 1- 1 ' 1 A r . . 4 . ..., ., . . , . . ,.,,, . .. , .--,. ,. Thomas Nelson Page Llterary SOC1Cty E T HAXNES Prfszdelzt J 1 MILELL Tlnelruy and Tflllilllll JAMES H PIENINC' Ifm- Pzenrlfnt B T 1-'RANLR .Slrgfanf ai Irm: lx A PAYE Crzlzc B Gmzx BLAKE L J BIAGI I W FUSSELL BERNARD '1 FRANCK JAMES H Hwuxc J' T MIZELL MEMBERS k A PArE DAvxs RA'1cL1u- EMMA REDD R Smxrxma D LAcx I' SNEAD E OSLINI PHILLIPS 2 N l 4 E T ELDRIDCE J D IVIARIINI PHILLIP FREEMAN! T L SAADE H M Hmmm NV C HOPE EDWARD T. YIAYNES H. L. SMxT11Eks P. E. RYAN v '. : Y B. . ' . . 1 ' , , '- I-I. +. . . 1 B. . L- H. 36 ' - ------ -- f' , . L,.. "'- V -:Y H -V . Y--W - 7 ,1 9:-lp If 'f 4 va- f ' 1-'Y-"'f""T' "N ' M ., I V. , I, if 1 ff!! ,l, 1. ,f ' V P I 1 , Wf' . 1 Y I 1 V D I K 5 1 . e- - X, 1' , 1" 4. 'if' w X f K. T e Uni ersit COLLEGIAN STAFF 164 QV. ' 'J f MESSENGER STAFF 565 42" 2+ '-PHI IN 'i .M 366 V . H1 The University Players OFFICERS XVXRRX v CII-XPIISLI. . . ..... . . l'n.vm'fnl Muuox MARSII . , . . Vin--Pnmlnzf fAI.VIN Rornnsox . . . . . Trrarzun lVlARGARE'l' IfIARI..Azc . . . . . Srrrffary EIvIII.Y BROWN . . Dirm'Iar The 1925-26 dramatic season opened in the fall term with G1'llllIPj7, Cyril lVlaude's Brozidway success, at the VVoman's Club Auditorium in Richmond. The reception given this opening play was sufficient proof of the success. In the winter term, through the combined efforts of the Senior Class Ellld the Players, lVIilne's Dofum' Road was presented in Richmond and Baltiinore. The appearance of the Dover' Road in Baltimore 11'l2lI'lCCCl a new era in our draniaties. For the first time the University was repre- sented in this field outside the state. The plans for the spring term einbrace the presentation of fllilwrioriex, four original one-act plays, and one of Shakespearian comedies iII June. Witll the close of this year, we may say that we have co1npleted what is undoubt- edly our Inost successful year, iII the light of ZlClVZlllCCII1Cllf of purpose, and this may all be attributed to the guidance, directing, and deep interest of Bliss Emily Brown. 367 49? ,R IV The Staff' of THE WEB Wishes to take this oppor- tunity to express appreciation to the advertisers for the eourtesies ex- tended Advertlsernents The Transfer of Another Clubman Is Here Recorded Mr. Schroeder Leaves the "Tried-'em-all" for Another -Some smokers appear to have begun their vpipe-smoking with Edgewood and have stuck to it ever since. , Others, of more adventurous or more inquiring nature, have dently started out to "try 'em before signing up with any brand. Mr. Schroeder's enthusiasm his final favorite is evidently based' on a pretty broad knowledge of the field. His "life membership in the Edgeworth club" carries convic- tion. Read his letter: Messrs. Larus 8: Bro. Co., 21st E Main Sts., Richmond Virginia. Gentlemen: evi- all" one for I have been reading with a great deal of interest the advertising you have been running .in the Saturday Evening Post. particularly the issue in which the letter from Mr. K. F. Chapman stated that he was a member of the "Tried-'em-All Club." It may be of interest to you to know that I was a member of this same club up to about four years ago, when I resigned and joined the 'Edgeworth Club." I don't mind telling you that 1 was em- ployed in one of the largest tobacco com- panies in the country for about twelve years, and my loyalty to this company compelled me to smoke the brands of pipe tobacco which they manufactured: but try as I would, I could not become a steady ,pipe smoker. After I left this company several years ago, I tried Edge- worth Ready-.Ru'b-bed Tobacco, and I have been smoking it ever since. Now, I have a life membership in the "Edgeworth Club" and take it from me, it is "some club." Respectfully yours, E. A. Schroeder. WB IIZIVC Devel' Put OII ally SPEC- ll tacular "membership drives" to stimulate the growth of the Edge- worth Club. Rather w e like to see pipe- smokers come to Edgeworth nat- urally-Afor such members usual- ly stick, as Mr. Schroeder has. Let us send free sam- p l e s o f Edgeworth so that you may put it to the pipe test. If you like t h e s a m p l e S you'll like Edgeworth wherever and whenever you buy it, for it never changes in quality. Write your name and address to Larus Sz Brother Company, Dept. R, Richmond, Va. Edgeworth is sold in various sizes to suit the needs and means of all purchasers. Both Edge- worth Plug Slice and Edgeworth Ready-Rubbed are packed in small pocket-size packages, in handsome humidors holding a pound, and also in several handy in-between sizes. We'1l be grateful for the name and address of your tobacco dealer too, if you care to add them. YOU You May Be the Presldent of the Class of Z6 But where wzll you be m the Class of 56? THIS CHART OF LIFE WILL TELL YOU WHAT TO EXPECT !01"al4ea! Jacceu 4 fo Canfaf-:MW f7xad 2. W ng ev Hand 100 JULY g Chas ay' J6 671165-y y' loo area 494 :J -Ffapa 10-year.: eacd 644145 I Dd IBM I 15:6 4 Nxed J Won! f? 45 0 J464'4'ar0p '35 119:15 .3 G Q' cncamsfancu J Hxea' 1.5 0l.145EkJ0 df ndeaf' .23 Dzaadkqf GL Phrffag 49. 144:-I 4, .5 You can be one of the fortunate five an the class of 56 We have the key Do you want xt? DAVIS '25 BUTTERWGRTH 604 MUTUAL BUILDING RICHMOND VIRGINIA 7 . . , 35 ss , I . , e E . . ' a 1' " ' ' .92 . 3 IJ , ' 1' , pg- v . Y I lil , 3 . 7 'U far 4 ,der-:bd y 40 years J 2 JJ O f w 45 I 6 ea ' -53 - I' 4J Q ' ' oo 1' .- - ' ' ' r e e ' ' - 1 A ' H I I - ,- Sf 7 - r Y Don't just say Say ICE CREAM 4 Sold Over the Entire South A Product of SOUTHERN DAIRIES COMPLIMENTS OF BENJ. T. CRUMP COMPANY flncorporatedj RICHMOND, VIRGINIA I8 75-192 5 lil Manufacturers of Harness and Saddlery Goods Automobile Trimmings Wholesale Distributors of Automotive Supplies Automotive Bodies Automobile Trimming Materials and Supplies "Established Policies and Unquestioned Business Integrity" UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND The Umverszty zncludes RICHMOND COLLEGE a standard college for young men offering the degrees of B A B S 'B S in Business Admmis tration and M A also two years pre medical pre engineering and pre law work Both morning and mght classes in Busmess Administration Address W L Prince University of Rich mond Va WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE a standard college for young women offering the degrees of B A B S and M A Address THE T C WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF LAW for men and women offering the degree of LL B upon the completion of three years in the Morning Division or four years in the Eve nmg Division of the school Address Secretary Jas H Bar nett Jr 601 N Lombardy Street Rlchmond Va THE SUMMER SCHOOL for men and women June 14 July 24 This school offers regular college courses and credits to students and teachers especially to pre medical students Ad dress Director W L Prmce University of Richmond Va F W BOATWRIGHT Preszdent 9 P . n 0, n Q, i o n . . I ' - . . , l . 1 . . 1 0 'I 7 a 4 . , ' , . 7 , . . ., . ., 0 s Dean May L. Keller, University of Richmond, Va. A I l . . . . . , c 0 A 1 7 'I ' 9 I 9 5 1 9 ' y . - . h - . 4 0 . , . . . ' D C O MEDICAL COLLEGE OF VIRGINIA S tqte Institution C o-ed ucational MEDICINE-DENTISTRY-PHARMACY NURSING WILLIAM T. SANGER, Ph.D., President Well-equipped laboratories under the direction of full-time com- petent teachers. The Memorial Hospital, Dooley Hospital and St. Philip Hospital, owned and controlled by the college, offer every facility for thorough clinical teaching. Additional clinical facilities are offered through other institutions of the City of Richmond. Requirements for Admission SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Two Years of College Work, including Biology, Physics c Chemistry and English SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY One Year of College Work SCHOOL OF PHARMACY Fours Years of High School Work SCHOOL OF NURSING Two Years of High School Work For Catalog and Further Information, Address J. R. McCauley Richmond, Va. Charles M Robmson C Custer Robmson B A RuH'in J Bmford Walford CHARLES M ROBINSON ARCHITECTS TIMES DISPATCH BUILDING RICHMOND, VA. . . F1 ii O Enrich Your Soul- ' READ A GOOD BOOK 'H Il' BAPTIST BOOK STORE GEO. F. REYNOLDS, Manager 110-112 North Second Street PHONE MAD. 1545 RICHMOND, VA. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary LOUISVILLE, KY. E. Y. MULLINS, President Tuition free anid assistance where needed. Famous faculty of sound Christian thinkers. World-wide student fellowship and alumni brotherhood. Practical and comprehensive curriculum. Buoyant, optimistic and positive gospel message. Largest theological seminary on the globe, In midst of numerous student-served churches. Training for head. hands and heart. A f ' ' 1 ' . t center o nation s popu ation New suburban home, modern throughout. Thirty-five Virginians Enrolled. University of Richmond Students to the Fore The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary THE JEFFERSON O F WEISIGER Manager The Most M agmiicent Hotel m the South European plan 400 rooms 300 baths Rooms smgle and en suxte wlth and wlthout private bath Turklsh and Roman baths Spaclous sample rooms Large conventnon hall Every convemence for the travelmg man Every comfort for the tourlst RATES S2 50 AND UPWARDS RICHMOND VIRGINIA oidl' cAFs'rEmA lwfrgaod tif ti mf All through the college year we have enjoyed the prlvllege of serving many of you Umversrty students Day after day our establishment has resounded with the rmgmg volces of rolhcklng youth gathered around the festlve board Thls summer we shall mlss you We wlsh to thank you for your loyal patronage to wxsh the graduates Godspeed and to assure those who come back next year of a warm welcome VW CCQEIITTKQE Elem FAST GRACE STREET OPPOSITE HOTEL RICHMOND . . , . . . , . . . . . . 1 . - . - . ' 0 i' o 11. 4 I 0 I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . y 1 . g ' ,Q A Ya, -ll 51 A KELLAM CANCER HOSPITAL CINCORPORATEDJ 1617 WEST MAIN STREET RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Literature on Request COTTRELL Y5 COOKE INCORPORATED 1308 1310 E FRANKLIN STREET RICHMOND VIRGINIA BUSINESS BUILDING PRINTERS College Work a Speczalty M1ller Manufacturmg Co, Inc Manufacturers Sash Doors Blmds Interzor Fzmsb Mzllwork Box Sbooks Lumber RICHMOND VA 9 I ! ! I 1 Offxce and Factory, Stockton Street, Sixth to Seventh Fire Insurance is so important that you should investigate carefully the financial standing and loss paying ability of the company carrying your risk The 'Liverpool '55 London Y5 Globe Insurance Co Has stood every test durmg a service of more than seventy years In the Umted States THE DAVENPORT INSURANCE CORP LOCAL MANAGERS 1113 EAST MAIN ST RICHMOND VA Where Will You Spend Sunday? You Are Invited to Attend the Flrst Baptlst Church Corner Twelfth and Broad Streets Richmond V G W McDaniel DD LLD Pastor Organized Bible Classes for Men and Women A Hearty Welcome to All Students Su P Le B REGULAR MEETINGS n lay School M ch ng 11 '50 A M cture nd Pr Y r Meet nn Wedne day M Y S c PATRONIZE HOME COMPANIES Vlfglnla Flre 25 Marlne Insurance Company 1015 East Maln Street RICHMOND VIRGINIA W H Palmer President B G LEWIS Jr Secretary E B Addlson VICE Presldent J C Watson Treasurer O 0 ., , . 0 ' , a. ' . . . , . ., . 0 I 'O' 4 .,........,... 9:30 A. . . . ., ren i .... ' :. . . and S100 P.M. - - - - a a e 'i , ' ' ' ' s .............. 8:15 P. . , , , . . P. U. every un lny .... 7:00 P.M. THE Baughman Stationery Co Printers Stationers Office Furniture and Paper Dealers RICHMOND, VIRGINIA he cover for th1s annual was created by The DAVID J. MOLLOY CO. 2857 N. Western Avenue Chicago, Illinois any Molloy Made Cover bears this trade mark on the back lid. , I ?-Yr, r. A .f fwgn Q35 YK ' iVwl?h ,I ec fexrl , MS- .,-. j.k 'T ' :g l-Rg.H Q.gm-- - . , din -. ,. e- g :Hail 'L H KI". -lg .1 v,p,Q Ifgilifi si .1 4 , ' 'wlhi A TBA A 3 V 0 wuuir M 4 u M f-as 1 il fp, i I I ' rx , inf xi: V ,ill 1 I M l K ra ,F l-a Milli 'H f,f MEL' 'a W f' iiffil ' Hr" 'I 1 1 Iii I 'iwilllgjil in 17 .stil f ' 51 1,1 1 . faiirlrnrem ': W 1 I nan "1 ' " 'f' , il? Milli ' I ' . A, I' EP' if il I A1 ,,1-la. ws. -. f- - . L... .,, H- A-"1-1 'V semi'-,gg-saw--tlffi . ,.,--..-,, . ,Y - K 1. ..- --.- - - WHERE SERVICE COUNTS A RICHMOND, VA. The Hotels for Service 500 Fireproof Rooms 500 WELCOME TO ALL Satisfied by Service Service Satisfies RICHNUDND HOTELS hm. W E HOCKETT Managing Director Fulton Brick Works MANUFACTURERS OF BUILDING MATERIAL Building Contractors Fire Clay OUR SPECIALTIES Terra Cotta Partitions Paving Brick Sewer Brick Lime, Cement, Sand Sewer Pipe, Drain Pipe Sand Faced Re-Pressed Brick Colonial Brick Red Stretchers Glazed Headers Fire Brick Terra Corra Flue Lining THE ONLY BRICK PLANT IN THE SOUTH EQUIPPED TO FURNISH ANY QUANTITY OF COMMON BUILDING BRICK ON SHORT NOTICE I a Riggs' ' 'Q ff A Q - , ' F' ,P 5 , K - .INR 'Jr 7 . -I" 9 4 'T - I - 1 I 1 , Q -L 0 f' ff lj-vyqm If 115 East Main sum 'JF 'g tg RICHMOND, ' -' VA. HUNTER Z5 COMPANY, Inc. BROAD STREET AT FIRST Stationery-Engraving-Printing SCHOOL SUPPLIES Fountain Pens, Eversbarp Pencils FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Sitterding-Carneal-Davis Co. "Building Outittersn LUMBER, LIME, CEMENT, BRICK, ETC. WOODWORKERS SAND AND GRAVEL BOWE, LOMBARDY AND MONROE STREET All the Students OF THE University of Richmond Will Always Receive a Warm Welcome at All the Services at the 'SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH FRANKLIN AT ADAMS Sunday School ......... .. ....,., 9:30 A.M. Public Worship .... ll A.M. and 8 P.M. B. Y. P. U. ............... .. ........... 7 P.M. COTRELL 26 LEONARD ALBANY, N. Y. COLLEGE GOWNS HOODS AND CAPS RELIABLE MATERIALS AT LOWEST PRICES LATER As You turn the leaves of this Annual, refreshing your mem- ory of happy college days, whether it is next year or long years after, remember that we will appreciate your linquiries for Coal. L. G. CRENSHAW COAL CO. RICHMOND, VA. Church Furniture Theater Seats School Furniture Crayons, Maps and all other School Supplies Virginia School Supply Company 2000 W. Marshall Street P. O. Box 1177 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA FOR HEALTH Buy Your MILK CREAM RICHELAC BUTTERMILK BUTTER R1chmond Da1ry Company 314 322 N Jefferson Street C omplzments JONES MOTOR CAR CO RICHMOND VIRGINIA Murphy s Hotel Bzllzard Parlor Ezgbtb and Broad Street RICHMOND VA Fzrst Class Equzpment Good Service HI! HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE MEN Cavedo s Drug Store The Uptown Store wzth e Downtown Przces College Student Headquarters FLOYD AVENUE AND ROBINSON STREET " 4 from ' r , . . th ' , 'I' -I' BUILDING AND FACE BRICK EAVES HOLLOW BRICK Manufacturers of Quality Materials FULTON BRICK WORKS INCORPORATED RICHMOND, VIRGINIA The Bell Book and Sta- tionery Company Stationers, Engravers Office Equippets Printers Booksellers Fifth Street Between Broad and Grace Richmond, Virginia THE 1 The METHODIST Carle-Boehling Co. INCORPORATED PUBLISHING HOUSE FIFTH AND GRACE STREETS Invites You to Inspect Their Line of Books and Supplies We specialize in Theological Publications. and our many years experience in this line coupled with the most com- plete stock in the South, offer to you an unusual opportu- nity to select just the books which you want. COME AND GIVE US A CHANCE TO SERVE YOU Plumbing and Heating 1641 WEST BROAD STREET RICHMOND, VA. Phones Boul. 201 Boul. 4481 Equipment including chairs and desks in the T. C. Williams Law School furnished by us. We carry complete line of school fur- niture, seating, and supplies. WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICES Virginia School Supply Company Richmond, Va. 2000 W. Marshall St. Phone Madlson 474 Stuart K: Betts, ln Wholesale Confectzoners 10 S Fourteenth Street RICHMOND VIRGINIA And He Eats In Hts Own Restaurant 1 Rlchmond Inn a good place to eat Rlchmond Um verslty agood place to learn Walter Klrsh wlll mlss you nf you don t come back 0CC3S10l13llY RICHMOND INN WALTER KIRSH Prop S Formerly HOME MADE CAKES They Melt rn Your Mouth Try One Today On Sale 1n Over 400 Stores m Rlchmond 9 E GRACE ST Harms Woodson Company INCORPORATED 8 N 14th St Rlchmond M anufacturmg C onfectzoners Distributors for LOWNEYS CHOCOLATE BON BONS ' u - 2 C. D ' . . , .. 7 . . . . . 9 . J I - 7 . " - . . , V 3. ff ' I! . fl i! . . ! . . THE MASTER THAT CREATES Seniors Upper Classmen Clubs Fraternmes all group work especlally welcomed by one adapted to thls phase Our lxghtmg system mstalled by engmeers m this l1ne The Pzcture wzth a Soul W O Q H O-UC4 We feel that out studxo IS better fitted for annual work than any other m Rich mond tures appearmg rn tbzs Annual were made by Root Studzo Please v1s1t our studlos and Inspect the latest and most up to date photographlc dlsplay GRACE SECURITY BUILDING Room 901 THIRD AND GRACE Phone Madxson 2466 If ' ' !I of Photggraphy, MOH of the PIC' 'PTFE aww L" -1 :TWW11 1 -- 1 :-1 f -. R . . - - . 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In the finest year books of American Colleges the sincerity and genu- ineness of Bureau Engraving quality instantly impresses one. They are class records that will live forever. BUREAU OF ENGRAVING, INC. "COLLEGE ANNUAL HEADQUARTERS" The practical xide of Annual managemenl, including adruerhking. selling, urganimtinn and fnance, is cam- prehensively cavered in a series of Edirarial and Business Management books called 'Success in Annual Building," furnishedfree loflnnual Executives. Secure "Bureau" co-op:-ration. We invite your corrupon- dence. i T. C. Williams Law Stufdents Meet Me at WRIGHT'S Compliments of L. T. Wright Lombardy and Broad Streets RICHMOND, VA. MORGAN'S DRUG STORE Savilla Hotel Apartments Grace and Jefferson Streets RICHMOND, VA. 2513 W. Broad St. Bou. 7111 C. Moriconi 25 Co. CONFECTIONERY-HOT LUNCHES The Best Place to Eat in Town Headquarters for Law Students Opposite Broad St. Station DIAMONDS . WATCHES Buy Where You Save Money COCKE S5 CO. 533 W. 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