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BOATWRIGHT Dean, Richmond College RAYMOND B. PINCHEECK Deon, W'eJlhampton College MAY L. KELLER Dean, T. C. IIVilliam.v Scloool of Law MALCOLM R. DOUBLES Treamrer' ............ B. WEST TABB Libmriau .... LUCY T. THROCKMORTON Uzzizferfily Pbpirimz ..... CULLEN PITT PZ .F- is I Q I-s-N I .H V -M. 1' : '...',:'? f l'-F F3 J, X e Q 5 -ltvff -. A .L fa, 1. -- f' tn' .HILL mnn nlunn um: Tl-IE nunInaIunmuumununnuunmnnInInnmnnunnuunuu InIInInnunmnumnmnn anmunnumnunuunuxmunIInmnnunmnunnnamnm UNIVERSITY FACULTY FREDERICK WILLIAM BOATWRIGHT, LL.D., President of the Urzizfersiry ROIIERT EDWIN GAINES, Litt.D., Professor of Mozloerrzizzics SAMUEL CI-IILIES IVIITCHELL, Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of History :mel Political Sfierzve WILLIAM ASIIURY HARRIS, Ph.D., Professor of Greek mmf Latin ROBERT EDWARD LOVING, Ph.D., Professor of Physics FANNY GRAVES CRENSHAW, B.A., Director of Physical Eilueizfiorz HI.ENR3" BRANTLY HANDY, M.A., Professor of Erzglisla IVIAY LANSFIELD KELLER, Ph.D., Deon of We.stha11zp!o1z College izml Professor of English SUSAN MADELINE LOUGH, M.A., Professor of History PAU LINE TURN BULL, M.A., Assoeiafe Professor of Liztiiz, :md Regislrizr CAROLINE STOOKEY LUTZ, M.A., Professor of Erzglislo GARNETI' RYLAN D, Ph.D., Professor of Chc?7lZl.fl'7'j' ROBERT COLLINS ASTROP, M.A., Professor of Psychology JAMES HARMON BARNETT, JR., LL.B., Professor of Low LOUIS SHIEPPARD HIERRINK, LL.B., Associate Professor of Lino WILLIAM LOFTIN PRINCE, M.A., Professor of Eilzimzioiz MAUDE 1-IOWLETT WOODFIN, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History mia' Polifiml Science ROLVIX HARLAN, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology ISABIEL HAIKRIS, M.A., Associate Professor of Mizlhemizlifs RALPH T. CATTERALL, LL.B., Associate Professor of Low CLEMIENT TYSON GOODE, Ph.D., Professor of Eiiglisla QNO Picturej WOODFOIKIJ BROADUS HACKLEY, M.A., Associate Professor of Latin ELLSWORTH XVILTSHIRE, LL.B., Associizre Professor of Low QNO Picturej MALCOLM RAY DOUBLES, LL.B., Demi of the Low School and Professor of Low DAVID MAYS, LL.B., I1r.I'lrz1c1'or'ir1 Applied Economics RALPH CLIPMAN MCDANEL, Ph.D., Professor of Amerimrz History MARGERET NOLTING, M.D., Assoriinfe Professor of Psyclaology :mal Hygiene MARGARIET ROSS, M.A., Assoriale Professor of Eizglislo HERMAN P. THOMAS, M.A., A.I.I'ocii1te Professor of Economics and A p plied Erorzoriiics SHERLOCK BRONSON, LL.B., Irzstrzzrlor irz Applied Economics WILLIAM FREDERICK CAYLOR, M.A., Associate Professor of Spimislr MALCOLM U. PITT, B.A., Freslonmrr Corzcls CHARLES H. VUHEELIER, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mfztlzvemalifs CHARLES LEONARD ALBRIGHT, Ph.D., Associizze Professor of Physics JOHN WIENDELL BAILEY, Ph.D., Professor of Biology BEN JAMIN CLARK HOLTZCLAW, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy nnunmlunuuulumn TI-IE nnmmuununnunmmnIuuummfnnuuun num: nu mum unuum num nmnnu umm num: Iuuunmun UNIVERSITY FACULTY RAYMOND BENNETT PINCHBECK, Ph. D., Deen of Ricbmoml College owl Profe.r.s'o1' of C07Il'677Z170I'cZ7"'V Civillznliofz ROBERT FORTE SMART, Ph.D., A.r,foI-me PI'ofe.I.IoI' of Botfmy WILLIAM -IUDSON GAINES, Ph.D,, Profe.I.IoI' of Rommzce Lmzgzmges JEAN GRAN' WRIGHT, 'Ph.D., Profeirol' of Frezzclo WILLIAM TAYLOR MUSE, S.j.D., P1'0fC'J'.f0l' of Lew SOLON BOLIVAR COUSINS, D.D., Professor of Bilale JOHN WESTWOOD SMITHERS, LL.B., Axsoeiete Profeyxof- of Low SAMUEL XVI-IITEFIELD STEVENSON, Ph.D., A.f.Y06'll1Zl2 Profexsof' of English WILLIAM SAMUEL CUDLIPP, jr., LL.B., I12m'ucIo1'i11 Lew MARION AUSTIN GREENE, M.,A., Axximuzz Profeysor of French and Spmzifla MAIi.jORIlE j. RIVIENBURG, M.A., Afyimml Profefxor of Latin GLENN F. THISTLETHWAITE, B.S., Direczor of Playyiml Eelzzmfiou Ml3R'I'ON EZRA CARVIZR, Ph.D., Axsocmfe Professor OfP.f-1'Ch0l0g-1117161 Sociology MARX' FANNING MOLINIE, B.S., Imfmefor in Pbyyiml Educnfiozz HUGI1 IRVIN MYERS, PlI.D., AI'.ri.I'm11r Profe.f.Ior of Biology MAIRCIA SILVETTE, Inxlrzzelor in Art AEE I. WHITENEISH, Ph.D., l11.IlrIzeloI'l11 Chemistry ALTON WILLIAMS, M.A., Airocinfe Profesfoz' of Engllfb in Charge of Dmnzfz FREDERICK CHRISTIAN AHRIENS, M.A., Arfing Profeffor of Germfoz RUSS CRANE, B.S., Pl'0fG.f.f01' of Hygiene EDITH M. I-IARKER, B.A., Profe.f50r of Voml Mzlfif KATHERINE TOWNSENIJ, M.A., PI-ofe.r.Ior of Italien mul Frencb IVIRS. FRANK WIENIDT, Profefyor of Moxie LEWIS FRANKLIN BALL, Ph.D., A.I.fi.fmut P1'ofe.I.foI' of Englixh JOSEPH CARLYLE ELLl5'I"T, M.A., f1.fIi.rlmzt PI'ofe.r.ror of A ppliefl Economic! CURTIS W. LAMPSON, Ph.D., I11.fII'11cloI' in PlJy.Iic.f THOMAS EDWARD LAVENDER, PlI.D., Affixnml Profesfoz' of French and Spfmflf EDWAIID CRONIN PIEPLE, Ph.D., I1z.I'lrzIczor ill Efzglifla J. STANTON PIERCE, Ph.D., Auociffle P1'0jI6.f.f01' of Clzemlxfry EUGENE KERFOOT RITTER, M.A., I11.IlI'z1rto1'i2z Aflezlaemezfief N. VUILFORD SKINNIER, M.A., I11m'zlrto1' in Gerfzmfz THOMAS BLANCHARD WORSLEY, M.S,, Adm g A.f.ri.fzmII Profeysor ofEe01I01I1lc.v CHARLES B. WRAY, M.B.A., P1'ofe5.for of Applied Economic! ALEXANDER F. DILLARD, B.A., I1I.Ifz'11e1o1'ofLf1zz' views Weffbamplofz I' ,. ' , , Qu? LE.-.' ' FSU.. 01.5 1 '- -,yu L ' - , I, fha., e A.QI:3'Pi-74 r ,lfww " w .N 1. I The Refertary :L Q1 41" The AlllIli11iJll'dfi0Il Bnilding The Greek Theatre ff J ,. .Ar- ,,qe--., ,, K -xr nuns nnum nuun nmun nnnmnnnnnu unuuu ununnumnnnnmnnnunnu nuumnnnn nunnnnnnnnunn nnnu STUDENT GCDVEIQNME nnIInnlnunInnn1nuunnnnuunnunnmunnvnuunnunmunuummnuInnlulnInnunnnmmnununinnuunxnnnnnninnunnnuuumnininnnnnumnnunn RICHMOND COLLEGE Roman B. PAGE .......... Pl'6J'fl!6IZIf J. THOMAS JOHNSON. .Vice-Preridenf JOHN S. HAW ,........... Ser1'e1m'y HUNTER B. KECK, Jr. ..... Trem'm'er CHARLES E. SIDDALL R6fN'C'.f6l1lllli1'6 lo Alblerir Council FRANK R. ALvis R0f1l'6J'c'lll41lf1f6 to Plfblimlionr Board SENATE S ezml o rr-at-La1'ge john R, Bell jack Sanford Albert L. Jacobs Edwin Thornton Clam Sefmtorr -I. Richard Willis ...... Senior Clair Robert R. Martin ...... junior Clam C. james Ely ...... Sophomore Clary A. Simpson Williains . Frerlavzmzz Clair -4inuummnnuumunnunmInmnrunmninmulnnmmnnnnuinuuununinininnuinuninnnnnnuIinmnnnunnuunnnnuinnunnnmuuuunumnu UDEINIT GOVERNMENT WEST!-IAMPTON CQLLEGE JULIA F. MCCLU me ....... Prerideuz ROSALIIZ V. OAKES C orrer jlozzdizz g Serremlry MARY SUE CARTER, Rerordizzg Sem-elm-y M.ARTHA ELLIOTT ...... Trea.rm'er ALICE M. LACY . ..... Vice-Pre.fin'e22l Repvierentatioer E, Douglas Gee ...... Day Sffzflezm Sarah H. Hoover ....... junior' Clam.: Maude W. Smith .. Sophomore Clam Mayme F. O'FlalTerty. .Frerlammz Clay: Caroline H. Frazer ...... Y.lW.C.A. Margaret L. Lockwood Athleiir Arrorialiofz Olive K. Messer ...... Mortar Board R. Barbara Dejarnette Home Preridenl E. Virginia Ellis .... Home Preridenl WESTHAMPTON HONOR COUNCIL JULIA MCCLUR12, VIRGINIA ELLIS, BARBARA DEJARNETTE fflhairmanj CAROLINE FRAZER, EMILY PARKER, GARLAND WILSON RICHMOND COLLEGE COUNCIL OF l-IONOR ll'l67l7!761'.Y IJ! mug left lo right: Roger Page, Richard Stoneburner, john Arericlall fChairmanj , Ralph Moore, Eugene Mc- Call. 2171! row, left lo right: Wil- liam Martin, Walter Gil- lette, George George, Ger- ald Scott. Ogficefzs CLASS CDF 1938 RICHMOND COLLEGE ERNEST L. WOOTEN . .Prefidefzz LAWRENCE j. EDBERG Vife-P1'e.IizZe1zl JOSEPH M. DAMIERON. .Sew-emu-y DANIEL W. THORNHILL T1'ea.r11rer J. RICHARD WILLIS .... Seamfm MARGARET H. CARPIZNTER Praridwil MARTHA H. WARE Vire-Pmrizlenr GENE AUSTIN ...... S'er1'elm'y JULIA M. GUNTIER .. TI'8dA'Zll'L'!' Miss PAULINE TURNBULL Sfl0lI.f0I' Glglgicms C LAS S CD F 1 9 3 8 WESTHAMPTQN CGLLEGE nnnuIunununmmunnnnununuuinnuunu1nnninnamannununnnnnnnunuunmn f Y' Y RICHMOND COLLEGE CLAUDE JAMES ALLARD, JR. A X A RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Aplblimnl for B.S. Degree in Bminerf A6l77lilli5l1'dfi07Z Interfraternity Council, 43 Harlequin Club, 43 Presi- dent Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternityg Intramural Ath- letics, 3, 4. W. jfvgmfllmfflfllil I ,L-M l tri ,fi- ,B ALJ, 'TAO 1 fl " Q I in REUBEN EDWARD ALLEY, JR. JORGE ANTONIO ALVARADO 2 H 2, 111 B K GUAYANILLA, PUERTO RICO RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A pplimnl for BA. Degree Aplblicaill for BS. Degree Samuel Chiles Mitchell Literary Society, 2, 3, 4 Sigma Pi Sigma, Secretary, 3, President, 4g Y.M.C:A. Cabinet, 3, Secretary, 45 Intermediate Honorsg Law- rence Fellowship in Mathematics. CLASS FRANK RYALS ALVIS K A RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A pplimrzt for B.S. Degree in Bfzfifzesf Admifzixtratiofz Board of Publications, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, Class Secretary, 33 Track, 1, 2, 3, Captain, 43 Football, 3, 4g Varsity Club, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4. mf ffammi iz! 1 420 X, Ig- 'J TN ?4 'lin g- .-s- --rf JOHN THOMAS ARENDALI. CHESTER EARL BARDEN K 2, O A K, T K A, A M O, 411 B K HIGHLAND SPRINGS, VIRGINIA MOBILE, ALABAMA Applimm for B.S. Degree in Bminen Apjllicwit for 15.5. Degree in B1r.riHe.f.r Admi'7iJmz'70'Z Adfzlilziyfmliozl Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 3 Honor Council, 3, Clmirman, 43 President Tau Kap- pa Alpha, -15 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 1, Treasurer, 2 Assistant Basketball Manager, 1, 2, 3, Manager, 4 Glec Club, I, 2: Debate Team, 2, 5, Manager, 4 Forensic Council, 45 Philologian Literary Society, I, 2, President, 55 Dean's List, Intermediate Honors. nnnnumuummnnn-nnuunun nmnuunmu nn nnnnn OF 1938 IllIllIlllllllIllIllIllIllIIIAIllIllIllIlllllIIllIllllllIllllllIllllllllIIlIllIIlIllIllllllllllllllllllllllll RICHMOND COLLEGE LEWIS GLENN BLACK ROANOKE, VIRGINIA Applimzzl for B.A. Degree Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 4g Cross Country, 2g Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 2. ,,2rff'L,,e 59 it , I nf' -' ' .MM . .1-,ytl l rmilfgft Wh..." Wvm. " JOHN BAKER BOATWRIGHT, JR. ADAM ROSWELL BOWERS A III O, 119 B K O X BUCKINGHAM, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applim1ztj01'B.A. Degree Applimlzt for B.S'. Degree President Alpha Mu Omicron, 45 Dean's List, 1, 2, Harlequin Club, 3, 4g Interfraternity Council 5, 4g Intermediate Honors. Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 5, 4. funn uummnnn num-num mnnunnmu nn ni CLASS JUNIUS WESLEY BOYKIN PKA,AMO, TKA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A pplimnz for B.S. Degree in Bmifrerf Adminimzztiofz Collegian Staff, 25 Interfraternity Council, 3, 4 Harlequin Club, 4g President Pi Kappa Alpha Treasurer Tau Kappa Alpha, 4g Intramural Ath letics, 2g Samuel Chiles Mitchell Literary Society 2g Dean's Listg Intermediate Honors. WALTER LUCAS BROCK, JR. KI? 1' A APPALACI-IIA, VIRGINIA Ajzplimnl for B.A. Degree wf gaw- . 1' .1 ll -Q HOWARD R. CARROLL E A E, CID B K EASTON, MARYLAND Applicant for BA. Degree University Players, 45 Radio Guild, 43 Pre-Law So- Deatfs List? Intermediate Honors. ciety, 4: Intramural Athletics, 3, 43 Debate Team, 4g Philologian Literary Society, 3, 4g Dean's List. OF l938 uunnnnnnmmnnm:1nnnnnnumumnuruuuununnununununumnunuunnuuun RICHMOND COLLEGE WILLIAM BERTIE CORRELL K A, E II 2 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimrzt for B.S. Degree Collegian Business Staff, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President Sig- ma Pi Sigma, 4g Band, 25 Glee Club, 3, 45 Assistant Track Manager, 1, 2, Manager, 3, 4, Varsity Club, 4. I QE I Z, 'XI' IQIW jg 'lI2 fg li ' ' , - I 55-752 sim il' I '.1,..,.- ly -- W ,I llbg L 1:1 -??f.r:,f-'W T '- STOVER HENRY CREASY, -IR. JOSEPH IVIONTAGUE DAMERON CD I' A A X A GRETNA, VIRGINIA OLDHAMS, VIRGINIA Applimrzl for B.S. Degree in B11.rifze.rJ Applicant for B.A. Degree ffffffffffffffffffoff Y.M.c.A. cabinet, 3, 4, Raflio Guild, 54 Class sec Philologian Literary Society, 2g Intramural Athletics, TGUIHY, fl? IUUHWQIHII Aflllfftigs, 3, 4, Ministerial As 1, 2, 3, 4. socmtiong Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM WASHINGTON DUNKUM, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnf for BA. Degree Biology Club, 3, 4. munuunm:nunmmuunmunn nnnnnnnnxun nunnnnnnunnnuun CL A S S O F WILLIAM PAUL DOOLEY E A E, E H E, 'Il B K RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for BS, Degree Collegian Staff, 1, Treasurer Sigma Pi Sigma, 3g I-ll 'Clb"4'Cl It Clb54'Pr' arequm u,g, , -iemisry u, , , est- dent Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Track, 13 KV if ' or UMA T i r?-V I ef Dean's List, Intermediate Honors. K r I 1 rg' J 1' T ll: " ,F.:.s.-4.3 LAWRENCE JOHN EDBERG IT K A BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Applimzzt for BS. Degree Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4g Chemis- try Club, 3, President, 43 Class Secretary, 2, Band, 25 Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4. l938 annnnnnununnnunIu1annummunununnmu IunnunninInInnunummmunumunn RICHMOND COLLEGE JOHN ALBERT FERGUSSON RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicmzi for B.S. Degree in Bfuiyzen' f.I6lIIZflZi.i'fl'5Ili0lZ A ll., al I Q rl ggi, I 3 I Jespe- JOSEPH SIDNEY FLAX LEWIS CHARLES GOLDSTEIN fb A, A M O PATERSON, NEW JERSEY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicmzf for B.S'. Degree AIJPZIICHWZZ for B.S. Degree in Bll.l'i7l8J'J' Biology Club, 3, 4, Mu Sigma Rho Literary So Adwzirziftrafimz ciety, 2. Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, Boxing Team, 2, 55 Varsity Club, 3, 4, Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 4g Dean's List. JOHN STUART GRAHAM, JR. 2ifIfE,OAK,1'1AE,f15BK RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfzl for 13.3. Degree Collegian Reporter, lg Managing Editor Collegian, 2, 33 Editor-in-Chief Collegian, 45 Assistant Editor Messenger, 3, 45 President Pi Delta Epsilon, 41 Class Historian, 45 Dean's Listg Intermediate Honors. mnunuummmmnmuumnnnn nunnmmunm nmunmuununi nn CL ASS OF l938 nmnnnuvuininnuinnnunnunnuulnun:nunninnnumnuuum nu WILLIAM SAMUEL GORDON, JR. E ID E RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimlzl for B.S. Degree in Biuinerr Admiizirfraliozz Golf Team, 3, 4g Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 4. r?mffstt e 'iii'-'ff' .v', . T' V " 'gi 3 2 lg-' ii 5 -li' RANDOLPH JOHNSON GRAMMER WAVERLY, VIRGINIA Aplblirant for B.A. Degree Business Manager Glee Club, 25 Assistant Manager Baseball, 1, 23 Intramural Athletics, 25 University Choir, 2, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 2. uumnnunnunmnmnmiunuuunnnum inniunnnnuinininnnnnnunnmnmnn ' RICHMOND COLLEGE DALE FRANCIS GRIFFIN A A PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA Applimnt for B.A. Degree Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 4g President Ministerial Asso- ciation, 4g Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 3, 4. I I i l' V ' if V, 2 sml 'Ill' f I We I In ...Ei Lp. 1:14 ROBERT BRUCE GRIFFITH, JR. WILLIAM FRANKLIN GRIGG, JR A A .K A ' ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Applimfzt for B.A. Degree Treasurer Ministerial Association, 4, Assistant Track Track, 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball, 1. Manager, 1, 23 Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4. nnnnnuulnnin1innuuuuunnunnnn nunninnmnuninnnnnnummummnnunn CLYDE THOMPSON HARDY, JR. '5bFA,OAK,IIAE,TKA,AMO BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Applicant for BA. Degree Faculty Editor Web, 2g Managing Editor Web, 33 Editor-in-Chief Web, 4g Reporter Collegian, 1, Copy Editor Collegian, 2, University Players, 3, 41 Biol- ogy Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 35 Philologian Literary Society, 33 Debating Team, 2. NS f ' w c X. R ffl,- D A hifi' ,mm 1 mu f 2-'fm If- 'f 1' VP? E f' ' ui lr- -...- ,- 5 -f ROBERT MARVIN CLIFTON ROBERT THOMPSON HARRIS HARRIS, JR. K 2 II A E DANVILLE, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.S. Degree in Bzuifiefr Appliralzl for B.S. Degree Adfflifli-"ff'4fi0'7 Circulation Staff Collegian, 1, 2g Circulation Man- BUSIIWSS- SIHII COIICSIHHI IS YMCA Cabiffef, 2: 5 nger Cullcginn, 35 Advertising Staff Collegian, 44 Harlequin Club, 4g Freshman Trackg Assistant In Business Staff Messenger, 33 Business Manager Mes- fefcflllegiate ReIatIQn5 Mfmagefw 4? Inlfafnufal Ath sengel-,4, letrcs, 2, 3, 45 Philologian Literary Society, 2, 3. CLASS OF l938 RICHMOND COLLEGE mnnuuuununinui1inininanummnnnm:nuinnunninnunmmnunnn SIDNEY HARRIS PATERSON, NEW JERSEY Applicant for B.S. Degree Intramural Basketball, 3, 4. CURTIS MILBOURNE HAUG 2 A E, O A K HUNTINGTON, NEW YORK Applicant for BA. Degree Reporter Collegian, 13 YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, President, 4, Harlequin Club, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, 45 Class Vice-President, 35 Cheer Leader, 1, 2, Assistant Head Cheer Leader, 3, Head Cheer Leader, 4, Chairman junior Prom. Committee, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 4, Varsity Club, 4. vnunnmn 7' i ff' T 'Wa " ,9 1 K i , ' 4-gg nl yl lldaffk- JI' "1 r't,gfQ, .TLA Mil.,-.mp . A-. JOHN SHEPPARD HAW 413 I' A, O A K RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimlzl for B.S. Degree in Bllrilzerf Admirzirrratiwz Advertising Staff Collegian, 1, 2, Business Manager Spider Handbook, 3, Subscription Manager Web, 33 Assistant Business Manager Web, 4g University Players, 2, 3, 4g Business Manager, 3, Harlequin Club, 4, Interfraternity Council, 45 Secretary Stu- dent Government, 43 Assistant Football Manager, 1, 2, Manager, 3, 4, Varsity Club, 4. 1 unnnunnu C L unmunnn num unninmumn in unuuunnnuin IA S S WALTER RICHARDSON HUDGINS ORE BANK, VIRGINIA wfR?t E'1'?J f vb ff f y ,ft 911 : Az., -g it 5 .- L ALBERT LUCK JACOBS HARRY THOMAS JAMES E A E, O A K CI-IARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA Apflivam for B.A. Degree Senator-at-Large, 43 Freshman Bnsketballg Basket- ball, 2, 3, Captain, 45 Freshman Basebnllg Baseball, 2, 3, Captain, 45 Varsity Club, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4. A A SOUTH BOSTON, VIRGINIA Applicmzl for BA. Degree Chairman Student Vesper Committee, 55 Freshman Manager Baseballg Forensic Council, 5, Secretary, 43 Ministerial Association, 2, Secretary, 3, Vice- President, 45 Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3, President 49 Dean's Listg Inter! mediate Honors. CD F I 9 3 8 1:muluinnunuinnannuanuinnuuninininnunuininunnmnnuininunnnnumnmumnm RICHMOND COLLEGE JOHN THOMAS JOHNSON E fb E, O A K RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirafzl fm' B.S. Degree irz Bzuinzerf Admifziftratioiz Editorial Staff Collegian, 1, Alumni Editor, 2, Busi- ness Staft' Web, 1, Assistant Advertising Manager Web, 23 Representative Board of Publications, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, Harlequin Club, 3, Treasurer, 45 Interfraternity Council, 4, Class Presi- dent, 2, Student Government Vice-President, 4g Freshman Baseball, Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Cheer Leader, 3, 4. A fr ljklely V, sigllllliillig? ' 9 f . "- WII7 IW .,w.w41' IIN. .W . .W ,Av-w.v,,--EH"T 4., r, . H..- 4... HUNTER BERNARD KECK, JR. JONATHAN HOBBS KELLOGG K E, O A K, II A E RICHMOND, VIRGINIA GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Applicant for B.A. Degree Applimfzl for B..S'. Degree in Blzrifzerr Admifzirtmtion Subscription Manager Web, 2, Advertising Manager, 3, Business Manager Web, 43 Business Staff Col- legian, 2, Subscription Manager, 3, YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3g Interfraternity Council, 3, 4g Harlequin Club, 5, 43 Secretary Pi Delta Epsilon, 4' a Q Forensic Council, 3, Philologian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3. Student Government Secretary, 4, Glee Club, 1 Associate Editor Messenger, 35 Richmond College Editor Messenger, 4. nnmnuunuunnnuunnnuumunnnu:ummnuumnunnnnnnninmnnnuuuuunuu LEONARD VENANTIUS KIELPINSKI A X A, A M O MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN Applicant for B.S. Degree in BIIIIIZGIJ' Adminirtmzfiwz Freshman Footlmllg Football, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Basketball, Freshman Baseball, Intramural Ath- leticsg Varsity Club, 2, 3, President, 4. K XV, rx " W y 'vrrgw r ,. EYE -- 4, Qipifl '-'iii F9 -- Hifi. ,::"'-?: JAMES EDWARD KING PHILIP TURNER KING fIfK'2,AMO QIQEUAIVIO RICHMOND, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Applicant for B.A. Degree University Players, 3, 45 Samuel Chiles Mitchell Lit- University Players, 3, 4g Samuel Chiles Mitchell Lit- erary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4. erary Society, 1, Z, 3, 4. CLASS OF I938 uinnunuumnnnmninnunun1n1nuunninnunuiununnnnmnnniulnlnmmluuun RICHMOND COLLEGE JAMES HERBERT KNIGHT A X A RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A pplirmzt for B.S. Degree in Bzzriuefx Admifziflratiorz Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 4. BEVERLEY RANDOLPH LAMB RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A pplimnl for B.S. Degree in Bzuifzefr Adminimutiofz Golf, Z, 3, 4. M5 ii, ,'f' lfWImk wi n, ,,,i'11 'IMTQM . ww i6Ilfi,. L T-4-. . W ...',...,.,., N JAMES LASTER 411 A, Cb B K RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A pplimnl for B.S. Degree Chemistry Club, 43 Samuel Chiles Mitchell Literary Society, 15 Intermediate Honors. L C ASS OF 1938 SAMUEL WALTER LAUGHON A M O RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Band, 25 Glee Club, 3. wx f ' ,.,. Cfmeamf- - - X f w 1 A " Allte l it J" II-' - 5.5: EDWIN LOUIS LEVY, JR. CECIL GUY MCALLISTER II A E, A M O - O X RICHMOND, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A f1pffL'dI7f for B.S. Degree in B1f.riHeJ.r Applicant for BA. Degree Adminirfmtiozz Advertising Staff Collegian, 1, Assistant Business Manager, 3, Business Manager, 43 Secretary-treas- urer Alpha Mu Omicrong Freshman Manager Base- ballg Forensic Council, 43 Samuel Chiles Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4g Treasurer, 33 Dean's List, Intermediate Honors. Harlequin Club, 3, 45 Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 4 ninnununnnuunnnununuuuunrnunnun:uuunnnummn uununmnun num:nnumunnunun -nuninunnnunnuinluaninnuuannnunuuan1nnununnnuunuuumuuunnninnnnmum RICHMOND COLLEGE EUGENE WILLIAMSON MCCAUL 2QbE,OAK,AMO RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfzl for B.S, Degree in Bnrifzefr Ad712f7ZiIfl'4fi07l Honor Council, 43 Interfraternity Council, 43 Harle- quin Club, 4, President Alpha Mu Omicron, 4, President Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Glee Club, 3, 45 Band, 1, 2, Samuel Chiles Mitchell Literary Society, 4, Boxing. 33 Intramural Athletics, 4, Dean's List. ff r Pffimeff 5 H, ,f I I JZ Jim ,lhltffliw - EDWARD MCCARTI-IY MILLER ELMER THOMAS MILLER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfzl for B.S. Degree Ajlfflilvffl fm' 5.5. Degree' Chemistry Club, 43 Samuel Chiles Mitchell Literary Chemisffy Club, 41 Samuel CIIIICS Miffhell LlfCf11l'Y Society, 1, 2, 3, Society, Secretary, I, Treasurer, 2, Vice-President, 3. 'nun num CL mummmunnuu- num mmm munmmn nn run ASS OF l938 ALFRED BAXTER MONTGOMERY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Freshman Football, Football, 2, 3, 4, Boxing, 33 Samuel Chiles Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 2, 5. l M24 C K, r r ,ix ,fr i f l if ri ,av .-....- ' RALPH PATTERSON MOORE MARION BAILEY MURDOCK KE,OAK,IIAE,AMO 115130 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A pplimnf for B.S. Degree in B11ri11er.r Admirlirlration News Editor Collegian, 2, Managing Editor, 3, As sociate Editor, 43 University Players, 2, 3, 43 Presi dent Omicron Delta Kappag Most Outstanding Stu dent, 33 Honor Council, 4g Class Senator, 35 Fresh man Track, Manager Boxing Team, 35 Intercol- legiate Relations Manager, 43 Dean's Listg Inter- mediate Honorsg Varsity Club. Applimmf for B.A. Degree Circulation Staff Collegian, 1, 2, Business Staff Web, 2, Photography Editor, 3, 4, President Phi Delta Omega Fraternityg Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, Harlequin Club, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4. unnunnmnnunnmnuunnnannununnnunnunnunmnnnnnmnmunnunumuln uInulnnnunm-unnu1nnmmnmnmnnnnn :nunnmuuunuunununnnmnunu RICHMOND COLLEGE DOUGLAS WOODFIN MURPHEY 2 A E PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 33 Intramural Ath- letics, 5, 4. IW! M Qvmglq ll i MJQQ, 1 5 ' lqj I A Hz wa 1 2 o " In We I fl! f .. ROBERT DOUGLAS MURRILL PAUL EDWARD NAUMAN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree A pplicam for B.A. Degree Collegian Staff, 1, 2, Circulation Manager, 5. l ROGER BETHEL PAGE 'IP K2,OAK,AMO,fI9BK RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirarn for B.A. Degree Collegian, 1, 25 Organization Editor Web, 2g Assist- ant Editor Web, 3g Member Board of Publications, 4, YMCA Cabinet, l g Harlequin Club, 3, 4g Honor Council, 43 President Phi Kappa Sigma, 4g Inter- fraternity Council, 4g Class President, lg Treasurer Student Government, 33 President Student Govern- ment, 45 Freshman Baseball Manager, junior Inter- collegiate Relations Manngerg Forensic Council, 2, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, Vice-President, 2, President, 33 Dean's Listg Intermediate Honors. aw C .... ..,. ffgg, I I uuinnunuinuinInunnununannu1inulnunnInInnuunuuuninunnnnuuunnununnn GERNON AUBERT NIMMO KID K E SUFFOLK, VIRGINIA Appliramf for BA. Degree Intramural Athletics, 3, 4. fit .... ..... ....,....... Q ..,.. If .......,.....l ...... 2 .... 2 ....., Q Ni Rl VI I 'lgj il ,ir JOHN QUARLES PEERS TREVILIANS, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4g Philologian Literary 2, 3, Pre-Law Society, Dean's List. Society ununannununnnunmmmmmnnummun nnnnuunnnnnnmnuununnuunnmu RICHMOND COLLEGE , HAROLD WESLEY PHILLIPS 2 CIP E CUMBERLAND, VIRGINIA Applimfzt for BA. Degree University Players, 2, 5, President, 4, Assistant Man- ager Baseball, 1, 2, University Choir: Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, Vice-President, 2. J ,,,,7 ll 'fi 'I Urn' 05 qv I-L-un,y," 1,1 ,my lr! mfg' ' '- l y LL LEONARD DAVID POLICOFF JOHN DAVID POWELL ID A, CIP B K GJ X RICHMOND, VIRGINIA STUART, VIRGINIA Applicant for BS. Degree Applicant for B,A. Degree Chemistry Club, 2, 3, 4g Dean's Listg Intermediate Phoenix Society, 3, 45 Harlequin Club, 3, 4, Biology Honors. , ' - Club, 5, 4, Intramural Athletics, 3, 4. P SYDENHAM BROOKS ROBERTSON fb A SZ RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A ppliealll for B.S. Degree in B11.rif2eJ,r Arlvliliimuliofl Circulation Staff Collegian, 13 Advertising Staff Collegian, 2. iinu nunnmnnnuuuuumuun uumumuni nu mn nu nu CL ASS OF l938 mninnuunaninunininnnIinnunininnuininnnmninininnninannnunummunn mf- gm, Q 'V F J 3 37 9 ' it w i ,PLL A DUDLEY ALLEN RAINE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnf for B.A. Degree Biology Club, 4. WILLIAM FRANKLIN ROBERTSON CIP A Q RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applifam for B.S. Degree in Bzzfifzeff Admi1zi.rfruti01z Circulation Staff Collegian, 15 Advertising Staff Collegian, 2. nulnnlnluunlnulullulnlnlunnlnnlnnllllnluulunulnununnlnlulnlluulnlulnnn RICHMOND COLLEGE GEORGE ROBERT MARSHALL RUMNEY BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Applicant for B.A. Degree Vice-President Ministerial Association, 45 Radio Guild, 43 Glee Club, 1, 2, 5, Student Conductor, 4, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, Critic, 4. -ll 50 N 5 fl , wi ll 5 llnfim WI ff 4' 'low 'T -4-. STUART SCHWARZSCHILD ROBERT EUGENE SEGAL A INI O CIP A RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PERTH AMBOY, NEW JERSEY Applicant for B.S. Degree in Bzuirlexr Applicant for B.A Deglee Aff"1i'1iJ"""fi0" Etlllofllll staff Collegian, 1, 2, Mu sigma R110 Llt Assistant Baseball Manager, 1g Business Staff Col- legian, 1, 2, Samuel Chiles Mitchell Literary Society, 2, Vice-President, 3, Treasurer, 43 Fencing Team, 3, 4. erary Society, 1 CL ASS OF l938 unuumnmuunnunu umm: umm nnmnmnuunnnuun CHARLES EDWARD SIDDALL EVANSTON, ILLINOIS A pplimzzz for B.S. Degree in Bmirzeu Adnzinirlraiiozz Representative to Athletic Association, 45 Freshman Footballg Football, 2, 5, Captain, 45 Track, 23 Box- ing, 25 Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 3. PAUL SHAFER SIEGAL II K A RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A pplimnt for B.A. Degree Harlequin Club, 3, 43 Glee Club, 3, 4, Chess Club 5g Freshman Traclcg Freshman Basketball, Tennisz 3, 4 g Intramural Athletics. EN K- ' W Cffflfi' x, i , limit er ll I ,5 -5.4 WILLIAM RICHARD SMITH KI? B K RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applieant for BA. Degree Biology Club, 35 Samuel Chiles Mitchell Literary Society, 2, 5. uunrunuunununnnunnnunmunnnnnn 1nlnunnunmuuuuunun nnnnnm RICHMOND COLLEGE HENRY LOZIER SNELLINGS, JR. A M O RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Appliemzt for B.A. Degree Collegian Editorial Staff, 1 g Collegian Business Staff, 2, 3, 4g Web Staff, 2, Exchange Editor, 33 Univer- sity Players, 3, Business Manager, 43 YMCA Cabi- net, 1. SHERWOOD DUKE SPIVEY NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA Applirmzl for B.S. Degree in Bzlrivzerr Ad77Zil7iJl1'dfi07Z Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 23 Freshman Footballg Freshman Trackg Cross Country, 2, 3, 4g Track, 2, 33 Intramural Athletics. MJ ffl vf WM I Mill QleI. llH,"1'Lf4- l eq f L , yum 'N-gf i.- .'v,:'m,, h.l,..,., . JOSEPH MARION STRAUGHAN K E CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA Applicalzf for B.S. Degree Chemistry Club, 5, Biology Club, 4, Freshman Foot- ballg Freshman Track, Football, 2, 4g Intramural Athleticsg Dez1n's List. -unnnnnnnnnnxnuunmnmnnnnnnnunununnnnununnnnunununun CLASS OF l938 llunnnuuuuuuuuuInnnnnumm:nunununnuununnumnnnuuunnnnunuu RICHARD GRESHAM STONEBURNER CID I1 A, O A K RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimmf for BA. Degree b Harlequin Club, 3, President, 4g Honor Council, 3, 45 President Phi Gamma Delta, 4, Class Treasurer, lg Senator-at-Large, 34 Class Senator, 25 Freshman Football, Football, 3g Freshman Track, Track, 2, 33 Freshman Basketball, Dean's Listg Intermediate Honors. W fn ' -ur C EL? K, r ffl! 'Lir e e i l -Q 3 QT? 5- .LL 1 l CARLTON FRANKLIN STUTZ JOHN H. TANOUS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA LAWRENCE, NEW YORK A pplimnf for B.S. Degree in Bnfinerr Applirmzt for BA. Degree Adminirlmliorz Dean-5 List- Dramatics, 1, 2g Glee Club, 15 Band, 1, 2. ninnnunmmnmmnnunnnninunmnmmnnnnnnnununnnnunlnlnuunnluanunnu RICHMOND COLLEGE ALVIN CARLYLE TAYLOR H K A, A M O RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Deg-ree Reporter Collegian, 13 Dean's List. ARTHUR HASTINGS TAYLOR K A RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnt f01'B.S. Degree Freshman Track, Freshman Basketball, Dean's List W K-gh fmt-wwf? K I' .11 I2 tml lf, 1 5--1 S ROBERT LAWRENCE TAYLOR SPENCER, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Glee Club, 3, 4, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 2, 5. DANIEL MCCARTY THORNTON, JR. K A, E II 2 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A pplimfll for BS. Degree Harlequin Club, 3, 45 Treasurer, 33 President Kap- pa Alpha Fraternity, 4, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 13 Interfraternity Council, 4, Dean's List. inunuuunnnuinuuinuuuininnnuunuuinnuuniuinuunuiinnununuuuuunnmm CLASS OF 1938 DANIEL WHITFIELD THORNHILL K 2 CULPEPER, VIRGINIA Applirmzt for BA. Degree' Collegian Staff, 1, 25 Biology Club, 3, Philologian xihlfi, , T IME I I qul i ly f TT.. -,.f. ?5'59f '- """'!'- Literary Society, 1, 2, Class Treasurer, 4. EDWIN CLAYTON THORNTON, JR. A A, A M O RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Business Staff Collegian, 15 Circulation Manager, 2, Advertising Staff, 43 Business Manager Spider Handbook, 4g YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, Treasurer Ministerial Association, 35 Senator-at-Large, 43 Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Dean's List. M nunnunnlunnuunulnnunuunn:munununnnnnunnnnn1ununnnmmmnnnmnmu. RICHMOND COLLEGE THOMAS RUDD THORNTON K A BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA Applimm for BA. Degree Glee Club, 3, 4. I PHILIP HENRY TOMLINSON A A RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimlzt for B.A. Degree Ministerial Association. l 5 1 7' M ill I 555 J , , ' ' 4-an 11' A Wig?- 5f"-1 1 QL... rg.- "' WORTLEY WARREN TOWNSEND K 2, A M O RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.S. Degree Pre-Law Societyg Philologian Literary Society, 3, 4g Intramural Athletics, 2, 3, 45 Dean's List nunnmunmnnnununIuIunnuunnnuumuinnnmnmmunuiinnnununumnn-un um murnnmu unnunnm num: mum nn nnnunmmnm- DONALD ELLSWORTH TRUMP BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Applimzzz for B.A. Degree Messenger Staff, 2, 3, 4, Ministerial Associationg University Players, 3, 43 Intramural Athletics, 13 Philologian literary Society, 1, 2, xx' f 55, ffm I' 'str t 7 V I. 'T I' ' f - A ,. WALKER EARL TURNER FRANCIS WILLIAM TYNDALL A X A II A E, II A E MARTINSVILLE, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirmzl for B.S. Degree in Bfrrinerr Applimlzt for BA. Degree AJWIWHMUW7 Editorial Staff Collegian, 1, 23 Feature Editor, 45 Freshman Footballg Football, 23 Assistant Manager A5515tam Editor Messeflgefr 3, R1Chm0nd,C0Hege Baseball, 1. 2g Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 43 Editor' 49 YMCA ,Cabmetv lj 25 Haflequlff Cllfb, Philglogian Literary Srjciety, 3. 5, 43 Interfraternlty Council, 5, 43 University Players, 3, 4. CLASS 0171938 nunmnmmrnnrnmunuurunnuuninnrnrnrnunurnmmnnnurumu RICHMOND COLLEGE ininnnurnrurinnnnmumuunnnrrnI1rInuisInriII1InuIInnuuuuuummnrn minimum MORRIS DESAUSSURE WARREN 111 B K RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applieeznr for BA. Degree PAUL BERRY WATLINGTON, JR. H A E HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND Applireznt for B.A. Degree Reporter Collegian, 1, Assistant Managing Editor, 2, Assistant News Editor, 3: Senior Managing Editor, 4, Publicity Editor Web, 5, 43 YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, 4g Treasurer, 4, Ministerial Asso- ciationg Glee Club, 2, 5, 4, Vespers Committee, 4, Band, 1, 2, 5, 4, Business Manager, 34 Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, Secretary, lg Vice-President, 23 President, 3. Q59 L vvgrzvigg g. of, 9 f vw fx,-, X, . ,a is f 4 ,Q . Q li xv hl 5.4 L, SHANKS MITCHELL WILBORN K E SOUTH BOSTON. VIRGINIA A ppliranz for B.S. Degree in Bzzrinerr Admizzirlratiofz YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, 43 Harlequin Club, 4, Class Treasurer, 35 Freshman Footballg Track, 1, 2, 3, Intramural Athletics, Varsity Club, 2, 52 Secre- tary, 4, Freshman Manager Baseball, 2, Manager Baseball, 3, 4, Philologian ,Literary Society, 1, 2, 3. I lxinunnunnununuunnnmnnnnn nmnnuunnm nu nnnmnn JAMES RICHARD WILLIS GORDONSVILLE, VIRGINIA Applimlzl for B.A. Degree YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, 4g Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 25 Class Senator, 4. J 5, ,wwe Kyla 5 T f of , Agra' J 'eg Q5 n i ' 'figzgazzf-I 'QL ' 5 IIIUY' - ,M JOSEPH WILLIAM WILSON ROBERT WOOLFOLK, JR. 5, A E, E I1 5, BOWLING GREEN, VIRGINIA PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.S, Degree in Bz1Ji11e.rJ A pplimnf for B.S, Degree f1'f"1f'fff""ff0H Chemistry Club, 2, 3, 4g Fencing, 3, 4g Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, I, 23 Intermediate Honors. CLASS 0171938 1unnnnnnnunuuininunininnununmnnunannnuumnininluannmnuuuuunnnn RICHMOND COLLEGE ERNEST LEE WOOTEN K A CAMDEN, SOUTH CAROLINA Applirant for B.A. Degree YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer, 35 Harlequin Club, 3, 45 Vice-President, 45 Interfraternity Coun- cil, 5, 45 President Kappa Alpha Fraternity, 35 Senator-at-Large, 35 President Senior Classg Fresh- man F0otball5 Football, 2. L -7 7- I- V 'F' I""" '1'I'l -19 ,X ,"' C -I 'QUQ' E5 H Q feral, ' I - ?.'E-. ll - TE, A: I sf ,WP mr Il1ll"l" ' 'g gi' EEE ,:--4: 1nunum1nunnunnnun1nlannunnunnnnnnunnunnnnuunmnnnnuun CLASS OF I9 LILYAN ERNESTINE AKERS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimuzl for B.A. Degree Class Secretary, 3g Editor Westhampton Handbook 43 Activities Editor Web, 45 Debate Council, 1, 2 3, 43 International Relations Club, 1, 2, 3, 4g Presi- dent, 4. MARY IMOGENE AUSTIN EMILY JEAN BOBBITT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA ENFIELD, NORTH CAROLINA Aj1f1lica12ffm'B.A. Degree Affliffmf fm' BA- Degree Class Secretary, fly Class Basketball, 2, 5, 4g Class Tfaflsfef ffom Cokef College- Hockey, 3, -4g Les Femmes SllV1l.fll0S, 5, 4, Presi- Class Hockey, 2. dent, 4. iuunuunmnuuuinininaninnununnininnnruinrnnnnumnurnunn nmummru WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE FRANCES ELIZABETH BROWN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree VS?" 5-iff 322 N f Q , gf me 'I i j , .C 1 , I 1 4 , , if MARTHA ELIZABETH BYERS MARGARET HALEY CARPENTER KI! B K RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Applimnt for B.A. Degree Mortar Board, 4, Secretary, 45 Class Vice-President, lg Class President, 2, Vice-President Athletic Asso- cition, 3, Class President, 4, Exchange Editor Mes- senger, 2, Poetry Editor Messenger, 55 Assistant Editor Web, 4, Class Hockey, 1, 25 Debate Council, 1, 2, 5, 4g University Choir, 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Universitv Players, 2. 3, 4, YWCA, 2, 53 Peace Council, 3. DORIS ANNE CAVENAUGH RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimlzt for B.A. Degree Class Hockey, 43 International Relations Club, 2, 4. tif ' J jpg! IJ , ff n.'IfZ,fl 5 . " ll o jlklff gan ' at mf' if 31 ef fdht """""'!' ALICE VIRGINIA COOKE EDITH GREENWOOD CROSTIC RICHMOND, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicmzt for B.A, Degree Applimrzt for B.A. Degree Business Manager of Handbook, 49 Track, lg Bi- International Relations Club, 3, 4. ology Club, 3, 4. CLASS OF 1938 WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE 1innnannunnunnnuuunuuininnunmnmmum 1munuununnuiu EMILY CORRIE CUDD lununnul SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA Applirant for B.A. Degree Class Basketball, Z, 35 International Relations Club, 4. B. ELIZABETH DARRACOTT II A E RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimrzt for BA. Degree Class Treasurer, 23 Treasurer Athletic Association, 4, Web Business Staff, 1, Editorial Staff, 3, West- hampton Editor, 4g Collegian Reporter, 1, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Tennis, 1, 2, 33 Varsity Hockey, 2, 5, Red Cross Life Saving, 55 Debate Team, 3, 4, University Players, 3, 4, International Relations Club, 4, Business Manager May Day, 4. MJ 'Q L , i f 'I FLA. l If-I-Mnqg, :S J rm' Kr l 5 awww j , lasik. '4,,,. ,,,Lc,,:- RUTH BARBARA DEJARNETTE KD B K SOUTH BOSTON, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Mortar Board, 4, Historian, 41 Industrial Com- mission, 2, 3, 45 Chairman, 33 Intermediate Honors, 33 House President, 4, Representative to Honor Council, 3, 43 Executive Council, 43 YWCA Cabi- net, 3g International Relations Club, 2, 3, 4, Les Femmes Savantes, 5, 4. MARTHA LOU ELLIS Il A E RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirmzl for B.A. Degree Class Secretary, lg Collegian Reporter, 2, Feature Editor, 3, Westlmampttmn Editor, 4, Messenger Book Review Editor, 3, Associate Editor, 4. nulunruununmnnininunnumnunrunnummm'nmnnunurinunnnmiuunnunrn CL ASS OF l938 nnnuinruunuuunuumrmmmnnnu mnmumnn nn unummnnnuu EDNA VIRGINIA ELLIS ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA Aplblicmzl for B.A. Degree I-louse President, 43 International Relations Club, 2- X 'l l is 4g Industrial Commission, 4. ELIZABETH JOHANNA FISHER PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3 4, International Relations Club, 4. WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE FLORENCE PAULINE FOWLKES DANVILLE, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Transfer from Averett College Collegian Staff, 3, 4, University Choir, 5, 4g Glee Club, 3, 4, Vesper Committee, 4, ffifgvifi lid C - fl 5547 H7 -'f ,-..- CAROLINE HENDERSON FRAZER MILDRED TERRY GAF FORD Ci-IARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Applicant for B.A. Degree Mortar Board, 4, Chapter Editor, 4, President Web Advertising Staff, 23 Class Basketball, 1, Class YWCA, 4, Cabinet, 1, 2, 33 Corresponding Secre- Hockey, 2, 45 Class Track, 2, 3, International Relav tary Student Government, 33 Executive Council, 3, tions Club, 3, 4. 4, Honor Council, 4, Vesper Committee, 1, 2, In- dustrial Commission, 4. ELLEN DOUGLAS GEE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicallf for B.A. Degree Day Student Representative to College Council, 4g University Players, 5, 4g Vice-President, 4g Web Staff, 4g Biology Club, 4. jl fh 7' :jg + Q lx, I yay '- 115-5- LULA REBECCA GOODE HELEN SOMERVILLE GRAY MOSELEY, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfzt for 13.11. Degree Applirmzt for B.A. Degree Class Hockey, 1, 2, 33 Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4g Les Femmes Savantes, 3, 4. International Relations Club, 4. CLASS OF I938 nnuinninunannunnnnnuannuunrununnuuuumnuunnlunnmmnunmn mununu WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE JULIA MCNEILL GUNTER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfrt for B.A. Degree Class Vice-President, 33 Class Treasurer, 43 Class Hockey, 2, 3, 43 Captain, 3, Class Basketball, 3, 4g International Relations Club, 3, 4. FLORENCE HENRIETTA HARRELL NORFOLK, VIRGINIA A pplirant for B.A. Degree Vice-President YWCA, 43 Class Hockey, Ig Uni- versity Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4g University Players, 2, 35 Secretary, 4, YWCA, 3, 4g May Day Committee, 4. .wt f vb-M one Q lilf Marie, MILDRED LOUISE HARRELL NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, University Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, University Players, 2, 3, 4g International Relations Club, 3, 4g Les Femmes Savantes, 4. nunninnunnnmunnnuninunuiunnuumnnununnnnunniuuinun CLASS JO ANN CAROLYN KENT ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA Applimzzt for B.A. Degree Representative to YWCA, 15 Secretary-Treasurer, 29 Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4g Varsity Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track, 2, 3, 4, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Life Saving, 2, 3, 4. lil s. - mf W Q 5'5" ,lg HILDA ELIZABETH KIRBY ALICE MONCURE LACY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA I-IALIEAX, VIRGINIA A Ibpliealli for B.A. Degree Appliemzl for B.A. Degree Class President, 33 Class Basketball, lg University Vice-President College Government, 4, Class Basket Players, 2, 3, 4g Les Femmes Savantes, 3, 4, El ball, 1. Picaro, 2, International Relations Club, 4, May Day Committee, 4. OF l938 unnnnnnnnnirnunnu1nnnnmnmvunnuunnun-'numinuinunniunnnununnnnn WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE CATHERINE TREVELLIAN LEAKE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Class Hockey, 3, 43 Nostrae Filiae, 3, 4. A 1 'C' I: 'I ff ll . me-'fe .mi .nnr U 4 w,..g7s .... WW MILDRED WALLIS LEWIS MARGARET LEE LOCKWOOD DUMBARTON, VIRGINIA fb B K Applicant for B.A. Degree RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Collegian Reporter, 1, Class Track, lg Class Hockey, Applicant for B .A. Degree 2, 5, 4, Class Basketball, 21, 3, 4. Mortar Board, 4, Vice-President and Treasurer, 4, Class Secretary, 2, 5, President Athletic Association, 4, Executive Council, 4, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 4, Captain, 23 Class Track, 1, 2, 5: Manager, 2, 53 Class Basketball, 1, 2, Varsity Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Les Femmes Savantes, 5, 4. CLASS OF 1938 EDNA IRENE LOVING RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Biology Club, 3, 4g Secretary-Treasurer, 4, Class Hockey, 2, SQ Glee Club, 25 Phoenix Society, 3, 4. x f of I 'I ers C , M. ,,. li. JOSEPHINE MINOR MALLORY ALLIE WILSON MARTIN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA CID B K, T K A Apjzlicmzl for B.A. Degree ELLERSON, VIRGINIA Collegian Staff, lg Web Staff, 43 EI Picaro, Ig Applicar1tf0fB.A. Degree Biology Club' 5' 4' Debate Council, 1, 2, 3, 45 Contact Manager, 3 President, 45 Les Femmes Savantes, 5, 4, Vice President, 4, Class Basketball, 1, 2, 5, Class Track 1, 2, 35 Class Hockey, 2, 5, 43 Varsity Hockey, 5 Varsity Basketball, 3, 4, Captain, 4. Inununnumuumnunnununnnununluunnmnnmunmanulnun:mnnunnnunuum WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE ADELE LOUISE MAXIE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Les Femmes Savantes, 3. 4. I tilt if ! l lla In 'WMM fi P ,ge l I ,f s ll'HffW1- ww JULIA FRANCES MCCLURE OLIVE KATHLEEN MESSER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Mortar Board, 43 Class Vice-President, 23 Treasurer Athletic Association, 33 President College Govern- ment Association, 4, Executive Council, 3, 4g Honor Council, 4g Collegian Reporter, lg Copy Editor, 2, Associate Editor Messenger, 2, 33 Class Hockey, Ig Class Basketball, 13 Varsity Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball, 2, 53 Varsity Track, 5g University Play- ers, 2g International Relations Club, 4g Nostrae Filiae, 4. KID B K RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Mortar Board, 43 President, 4, Intermediate Honors, 33 Class President, 1 5 Treasurer College Government, 3g Secretary Board of Publications, 33 Assistant Editor of Messenger, 33 Debate Council, 3, 4. ELSIE BRUCE MITCHELL ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA Applimzzl for B.A. Degree Class Treasurer, lg Feature Editor Collegian, 43 Varsity Hockey, 1: Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 5, 4g Class Hockey, 23 Red Cross Life Saving, 3, 4. MV 5 . unmuunaunmnmumnun nnumnnnnn nnunmnnunnuu nn CL ASS OF l938 HELENE LOUISE MILLER II A E RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary-Treasurer, 25 Presi- dent, 3, 4, Advertising Manager Web, 1, 33 Busi- ness Manager, 4, Debate Council, lg Piano Club, 4. f . Pm? Mn ik: .1 , ,K lf' , ildl, ,.,. . F 1 ' L VIRGINIA GRAY OGBURN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Winner of I. D. Crump Mathematics Prize, 3g Intermediate Honors, 35 Class Track, 1, 2, Class Hockey, 2, 35 Varsity Track, 1, 25 Varsity Hockey, 5, 4, WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE NANCY BERNARD ORTHEY NORTH EMPORIA, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Kayak' I, , I I ,J IU 'W T: " this .- .... J. 'r...,,. .Q- EMILY VIRGINIA PARKER ANNE SLEDD PAYNE Z T A RICHMCND, VIRGINIA APPALACHIA, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Applimlrt fm' BNA. Degree Class Tennis, 1, 2, 3, Captain, 1, 2, 35 Class Track, f f D k U . . lg Class Basketball, 25 Varsity Tennis, 1, 2, 5, 4, Trans Cf rom U e mvemty Varsity Track, 2g Varsity Hockey, 3, 4, International Representative to Honor Council, 4. Relations CIUID, 4- RUTH AUDREY RUFFIN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimul for BA. Degree Reporter Collegian, 2, 33 Class Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Class Hockey, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager, 25 Varsity Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Puppets, 2, International Relations Club, 4. nnannmnninannaninum:nunnuinnnnunininnuuunumuunuunnnnunnnuunnuu CL ASS OF I938 anunnInnInunununnnnunununnnuninnnnuunninnn-nm1Inininnnnnnnnnmnnnun HELEN GREGG ROBERTS CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA Ap,0lim'nt for B,A. Degree YWCA Cabinet, 4. mf 55... F . - H ffg Y. wr ,fl 529' ff lzli se-.Li VIRGINIA HANSFORD RUSSELL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirant for BA. Degree Messenger Staff, 3, University Players, 3, 4, Pub- licity Chairman, 43 Puppets, Zg Biology Club, 5' Glee Club, 4. 1 4aninnnnm:unuinuninmnnununninuninunuinnunumulluluIninnnmnnunmnun WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE ELIZABETH SHAW RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Albplicmzt for BA. Degree International Relations Club, 43 Class Hockey, 4. Nsggglwida ,A YH? we all w ill l l t f. ..." lx.. 'VN-w .s " .-,... . ,vl-.'-1- . W ...bg CSE' L- '- MARTHA CAROLINE SPENCER JOSEPHINE RYLAND TREVVETT GORDONSVILLE, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimrzt for BA. Degree Af1f1lim11tf0rB.5'. Degree Reporter Collegian, 23 Class Basketball, 33 Glee Class Hnckey, 2, 3, 43 Class Basketball, 2: Red Club, 1, 33 Puppets, 23 University Players, 2, 3, 4, Cross Life Saving, 2, 3, 43 El Picaro, 1, 2,3 Chem- University Choir, 3, 43 Nostrae Filiae, 5, 43 Inter' istry Club, 3, 4. national Relations Club, 4. ANNE POYNOR WALKER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A pplimrzf for B.S, De gree Phoenix Society, 3, 4, Biology Club, 5, 4. C fs, MARTHA HUGHES WARE ESTHER WEBBER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA Ajfplieavlf for B.A. Degree A pplimmf for B.A. Degree Transfer from Hollins College Class Vice-President, 43 Glec Club, 23 Les Femmes Savuntes, 3, 4. CLASS OF I938 nu1nunnunnnnnanununnunnanrunnununuuInInunanunnunnnnnInnnnnnumumm WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE MINNA RAY WILLIAMS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimm' f01'B.A. Degree Class Hockey, lg Red Cross Life Saving, 2, 3, 4g Biology Club, 4. A 'f wff fgw -' ' If r54v'T"f?5+5zf'-- M , -f '5N1 .ggf2ga1w5- fm 1 QW? , . ,wikis f , ,-1 1 ff, M 5-. -,- . , Z'- '? --. IIW,,IV Ii'-'x gf? " li: -,Z , .54 :E'ifn.. ummm: num nnmuum :ummm nnnmu uuunnuu mnnnn num nun: mum CLASS CDF193 vmnnm mum ununmm um-un uunmu nnmnnnnmnmnuuumnmuuu uunmu num umu I2ICl-IMDND CDLLEGE THE CLASS of 1938 has been making history since its entrance into college on September 8, 1934. Ap- proximately two hundred strong, it enjoyed from the very first day the distinction of being the largest freshman class in the history of the school. Under the leadership of Roger Page, President, Russell Wal- ton, Vice-President, Charles Crowder, Secretary, Dick Stoneburner, Treasurer, and Paul Roberts, Senator, it passed through an eventful first year, highlights of which were an extraordinarily well-executed Rat Parade, the kidnapping of two freshmen and an upperclassman when Williain and Mary prematurely burned the Thanksgiving bonfire, and a socially and financially successful Frosh-Soph dance. Throughout the sophomore year the destiny of the Class of '38 was guided by Thomas johnson, Presi- dent, Hickie Wallace, Vice-President, Larry Edberg, Secretary, J. T. Arendall, Treasurer, and Dick Stone- burner, Senator. Socially, the activities of the class were climaxed by an elaborate Freshman-Sophomore dance, financially, the year left a history-making surplus in the class coffers, a surplus attributable to the profits from the dance. The class entered its third year with Russell Walton, President, Curtis Haug, Vice-President, T. Aren- dall, Secretary, Shanks Wilborn, Treasurer, and Ralph Moore, Senator at the helm. Its principal bid for fame was the junior Prom, perhaps the most successful formal dance ever given on this campus. Never a group to rest on past laurels, the class of '38 moved into its senior year and leadership in all phases of undergraduate activity. Administrative duties this year were handled by Ernie Wooten, Presi- dent, Larry Edberg, Vice-President, joe Dameron, Secretary, D. W. Thornhill, Treasurer, Dick Willis, Sena- tor, Socially, the class went rustic in presenting the traditional "Barn Dance," which was widely acclaimed. -nun nrnunnvunnnuru-cum:rInrrrnuininnm'ininuruununinuvuInnlnuunnuumnunnunuunmmninnnnnnu1nuunnunnuunnnnnnunnununinnuuuuumuunmu WEST!-IAMPTCDINI COLLEGE TH12 ITRESHMAN Crass of Westhampton College, in 1934, elected Oliver Messer, President, Margaret Carpenter, Vice-President, Martha Ellis, Secretary, and Elsie Mitchell, Treasurer. Hoping to foster a closer relationship between dormitory and town students, the dorm girls were hostesses at a wienie roast, which was followed by invitations from the town students to a theatre party. With this beginning, the class work- ed together in a way which soon brought them out of their freshman obscurity. One of the early projects was the planting of seven cherry trees down by the lake. The next event was a performance given for the delectation of the remainder of the student body and generally known as "rat night." In the evening of May Day, garbed in white, carrying vari-colored lanterns, the Freshmen wound up the path from the lake to the window of the May Queen, and there sang a song of the May. Perhaps the greatest step forward taken by the Sophomore Class was the abolishment of rat court, for it was realized that Freshmen were quite tractable without its aide! The Sophomores chose Miss Pauline Turn- bull, because of her friendliness and understanding, to be their sponsor during the three remaining years. The officers included Margaret Carpenter, Presidentg julia McClure, Vice-Presidentg Margaret Lockwood, Secre- taryg and Elizabeth Darracott, Treasurer. The achievements of the year did not go unnoticed, and the class was awarded the Mortar Board cup in recognition of its school spirit. The thirty-eighters, now "big sisters," elected Hilda Kirby, President, Julia Gunter, Vice-President, Ernestine Akers, Secretary, and Margaret Lockwood, Treasurer. Very early in the fall they began preparing for the junior Prom, one of the loveliest and most successful ever given at Westhampton. This year, the juniors again won the song contest, sponsored by the Athletic Association. The Senior Class of 1938 welcomed the Freshmen into Westhampton with an impressive proclamation ceremony. In December, they were sponsors of a new social function-a buffet supper for Seniors and their dates with a dance afterwards. Thus began a new tradition. Another project undertaken by the class was a series of eugenics lectures. The Class of '38 seems to have possessed a knack for doing original things, for in February they sponsored the first costume co-edg following this came a ping-pong tournament in the spring. While the Seniors were hostesses to 57 high school Seniors, the atmosphere about the campus be- came ultra collegiate, the guests being elaborately entertained. The Class officers were Margaret Carpenter, President, Martha Ware, Vice-Presidentg Gene Austin, Secretary, and julia Gunter, Treasurer. Margaret Carpenter and Hilda Kirby were the authors of an unusual May Day, the theme being one of fairyland, with the crowning of the mortal queen of May by the fairy queen as its Climax. Qhgicefzs CLASS CDF 1939 RICHMOND COLLEGE GERALD SCOTT ..... Prefiderzr CORBIN B. Wnmx Vive-Prefidezii MAU RICE VITSKY .... Secretary RICHARD H. SAUNDERS, jr. Tre:z.rzn'er ROBERT R. MARTIN . . . Senator RUBY MARION WILEY Prefident MARY KATHERINE CURLEY V ire- Prefid en! MARIE LISNORE DINNElEN Serrelary MARY EVIELYN HAZARD Treczmrer MISS MAUDR WOODFIN Sfl07I.,l'0I' Oggicefzs C L A S S CD F 1 9 3 9 WESIHAMPIQN COLLEGE STUART LEE ALEXANDER Richmond, Virginia CHARLES EDWARD AUGUST fl? A Q Richmond, Virginia Intramural Athletics, 2, 3. JOHN R. BELL Birds Nest, Virginia Philologian Literary Society, 1, 2, Secretary, 33 Class Senator, 3, Senator-at-Large, 4. STUART ROBERTSON ALLEN Richmond, Virginia SIDNEY BARNEY '17 A Petersburg, Virginia Sports Reporter Collegian, 2, 33 Assistant Basketball Man- ager, 1, 2, Manager, 33 Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 2, 5. JAMES WARREN BERKEYPILE Richmond, Virginia Collegian Staff, 1, 2, 33 Assist- ant Baseball Manager, 1. GEORGE NEWMAN ALLMAN 22 A E Gordonsville, Virginia Intramural Athletics, 33 Cross Country, 3. KENNETH C. Bass, JR. K A Richmond, Virginia Assistant Track Manager, 1, 2, 3: Chemistry Club, 2, 3. KENNETH LEON BLACK, Jr. E FI' E Richmond, Virginia Mu Sigma Rho Literary So- ciety, 2, 3. CLA rgmkv - if4,jJWT7v2e,,,- t - . w H-'15, Ag,- CHARLES RALPH ARTHUR II K A Richmond, Virginia Boxing, 1, 2, 33 Track, 1, 2 Football, 1, Intramural Athlet ics, 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club, 2, 5 ARTHUR HYMAN BEALE 'If I' A Richmond, Virginia Intramural Athletics, 2g Assist- ant Basketball Manager, 1, 2 Golf Manager, 3. RICHARD CURD BOWLES E fb E Richmond, Virginia Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 35 Baseball, 2, 3. SS Zi-1 nur nun nunnuuu nuuuun 6171939 J' , y V. V. A ,V ll' 1- -X TWW . l,, M A 5-. l. g . - . - , , 8557? BRAGDON RAY BOWLTNG fb K E Fredericksburg, Virginia Business Staff Collegian, 1, 2, 35 Basketball, lg Assistant Track Manager, 1. XAVIEll MARTIN' Bnock, jr. Richmond, Virginia MICHAEL ROYAL CAUTHORNE Richmond, Virginia Baseball, I. HENRY DOUGLAS BRITTON K E Richmond, Virginia WALTER A. Bowiw, jr IT K A Richmond, Virginia Track, 1, Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. ALLAN BROCKENBROUGH EIPE GEORGE Know Bnoorcs, Jr. Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Intramural Athletics, 2, 3g Dean's List. JUDSON KERFOOT CHAPIN, jr. ARNE RAVN CHRISTENSEN 23 li' E Highland Springs, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Tennis, 2, 3g Glee Club, 2, 3: Dean's List. THoMAs NASH BROADDUS IP K E Richmond, Virginia Circulation Staff Collegian, lg Harlequin Club, 2, 35 Cheer Leader, 1, 2, 33 Boxing, 1. STUART HARRISON CATRON Marion, Virginia HERBERT M. CHURCH, Jr. 'IP I' A Richmond, Virginia Football, 1, 2, Chess Club, 2. JAMES DANIEL CLARK MORGAN L. CoMBs, Jr. ERNEST LEE COPLEY, Fr. II Kr A Richmond, Virginia Glee Club, 2, 3, Interfraternity Council, 3g Freshman Footballg Freshman Baseball, Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. JAMES REGINALD CosEY Richmond, Virginia Band, 1, 2, 3. CHARLES W. CROWDER, Jr. K E Richmond, Virginia Glee Club, 13 Class Secretary, lg Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, SL 41' K' E Fredericksburg, Virginia Assistant Manager Baseball, 1, 2g Freshman Football, Fresh- man Basketball, Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. JOHN IRv1N CREws K E Saxe, Virginia Assistant Manager Baseball, 1. HARRY MCM. DARDEN, Jr. CID K E Smithfield, Virginia E fl' E Richmond, Virginia Mu Sigma Rho Literary So ciety, 2, 3, Boxing, 2. ALTON LESLIE Cmsr Petersburg, Virginia WALTER F. DAUGHTERY, Jr. 6 X Holland, Virginia Mu Sigma Rho Literary So- ciety, 1, 2, 3. ,CLASS fh a? r5"""f ,- ff. xx ' . -f' , 1 'F I Mx Y X M H r 7 ii" r I., ll 1 ,5 li 1' 1- V. .Y ' AW FRANK SPENCER Cosay II K A Richmond, Virginia Harlequin Club, 33 Interfrater- nity Council, 53 Glee Club, 1, 2, Business Manager, 33 S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 3. HOWARD CROUCH Richmond, Virginia HENRY HUNT DICKINSON E 'Ir E Richmond, Virginia Track, lg Dean's List. nununnnuninnnnnlnnnimumn OF 1939 ,li aff: ,,. 'ti if 1 'ff ill ' ' ' 'li L - 'nxt 9' 'fa 2 li I 4455 RN ' FSF .,. ,..,,, '1E, JOHN HILLIARD Donn fb A Q Richmond, Virginia Freshman Footballg Freshman Baseball, Varsity Baseball, 2, Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. EDWARD Lawis FIELD, Jr. E dv E Richmond, Virginia Editorial Staff Web, lg Fresh' man Track, Track, 25 Varsity Club, 2, 3, Intramural Athlet- ics, 1, 2, 3. CLYDE TAYLOR FRANCISCO 23 A E, A A Danville, Virginia Mu Sigma Rho Literary So- ciety, 1, Secretary, 2, Vice- President, 2, President, 35 Glee Club, 1, 2, 39 Phalanx Club, 1, Class Secretary, 13 Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 35 Freshman Football, 2, 55 Varsity Club, 2, 5, Dean's List. Oscfiri BAUGHMAN EDDLETON Richmond, Virginia Representative Forensic Coun- cil, 2, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 2, Secretary, 3. JOHN CHRISTIAN FLEMING CP K. E Richmond, Virginia Reporter Collegian, 1g Glee Club, 1. GEORGE JosEPH GEORGE 0 A K Covington, Virginia Honor Council, 3, 4, Secretary, 3g Class President, 2, YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, 33 Freshman Baseball: Baseball, 2, 35 Var- sity Club, 2, 3. FORREST EMMETT EGGLESTON SAMUEL COFFMAN EPES Richmond, Virginia JESSE TURNER FQNTAINE, Jr fb K. E Richmond, Virginia Mu Sigma Rho Literary So Ciety, 2, 33 Glee Club, 2, 3 Fencing Team, 2, 35 Track, 3 FLEMING WOOD GILL Richmond, Virginia Assistant Editor Spider Hand book, 23 Chemistry Club, 2, 3. 9 X Richmond, Virginia S. C. Mitchell Literary Society 1, 2, 3. EUGENE WILMER Foam E A E Highland Springs, Virginia Reporter Collegian, 1, Philolo- gian Literary Society, 1. JOHN ESTES GILL, Jr, Ettrick, Virginia WOODROW WILSON GLASS Nathalie, Virginia Ministerial Association, 31 Glee Club, 3g Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 3. JOHN SI-IARPE HARRIS Richmond, Virginia Reporter Collegian, 1, Adver- tising Staff Collegian, 2, 33 As- sistant Business Manager Mes- senger, 33 Biology Club, 2, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 2, Vice-President, 2, Presi- dent, 3g Dean's List. GEORGE EDWARD HUGHES Richmond, Virginia Mu Sigma Rho Literary So- ciety, 33 Freshman Track, Cross Country, 2, 33 Boxing, 3. WILLIAM DAY GRAVATT KI' A S2 Ellerson, Virginia WILLIAM EDWARD H1XllRlS Richmond, Virginia Reporter Collegian, 1, 2, 5 Glee Club, 1, Band, 3. ALVAH CLIFTON I-Iu'r'rs Roanoke, Virginia Glee Club, 3. WILLIAM EDWARD GRIGG, lr. H K A Richmond, Virginia HERBERT LEE HOLI.OW1XY K A Richmond, Virginia Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. DAVID ELLIOT JACKSON H K A Richmond, Virginia Philologian Literary Society, 1 7 ,... ,CLAS annnuanIn:nmannunmnnnumn 'J . NE ' 7Jlii1 5 ,I ' 11, figs fill I ,i All I QD ly 5 I ' aa . , lynn- t.-..-'- gc.f,,,L ' " A' ,LTR 4. fiww- - ,,j'I.u,g mj"-.- - THOMAS MAIKION I'iALL 9 X Rupert, West Virginia Mu Sigma Rho Literary So- ciety, 1, Treasurer, 2, 3, Intra- mural Athletics, 1, 2, 3: Fresh- man Footballg Football, 3. ALEXANDER GIIssoN HOWELL 'IP K E Franklin, Virginia Reporter Collegian, 15 YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, Band, 1, 2. HUNTER SHEPPARD JACKSON fb A S2 Richmond, Virginia unnnnnnnnmuunuuninununum OF l939 .uinunnunnninInmnunnnnuuuun rgY,,."R"L 9 fir- ee, R, if C law LJ W,m" rvlitw -- 'WHL .fi 3951-' 4' 1" 5 Q il ! o gg, ,5".JE NEWTON SMITH JACOBS E A E Lawrenceville, Viginia Freshman Basketballg Basket- ball, 2, 3, Captain, 4, Fresh- man Baseball, Baseball, 2, 3, Captain, 45 Freshman Trackg Varsity Club, 2, 3, 43 All-State Basketball Team, 4g Best Ath- lete, 4. JULIAN OXlfOliD KAY E A E Richmond, Virginia Freshman Track-5 Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. GEORGE A1.u12R'x' KLAEFKY EA E Huntington, New York Web Staff, 1, Fraternity Ecli- tor, 2, Assistant Editor, 33 YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, 51 Inter- fraternitv Council, 2, 5: Presi- dent Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fra- ternity, Harlequin Club, 2, 31 Mu Sigma Rho Literary So- ciety, 1, 2, 51 Intramural Ath- letics, l, 2, 5. JAMES EDWAIKD JOHN, Jr. Richmond, Virginia Glee Club, 2. Joi-iN RYAN KENNEDY A X A Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Harlequin Club, 5, 4, Fresh- man Football g Varsity Football, Z, 35 Freshman Trackg Track, 2, 35 Freshman Boxingg Var- sity Club, 2, 5. GI.1x'oN HARTWELL KNRG1-IT K A Richmond, Virginia Reporter Collegian, 2, Harle- quin Clula, 2, 33 Class Histor- ian, lg Freshman Boxingg Freshman Trackg Track, 2, 33 Varsity Club, 2, 33 Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. HERBERT KAMfxsKY Richmond, Virginia Philologian Literary Society, 3. HIIQAM CALVIN KIBLER 111 A Q Wilstmn, North Carolina Editorial Staff Web, 1, 2, Man- aging Editor, 33 Harlequin Club, 2, 33 Interfraternity Council, 2, 3g YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3g Freshman Basketball. Vmcsn. Fooxs Laws YI' K E Ballsville, Virginia Mu Sigma Rho Literary So- ciety, 1, 2, 3, Intramural Ath- letics, 1, 2, 5. LEONARD KAMASKY Richmond, Virginia HEIKBERT ARTHUR KING 6 X Peabody, Massachusetts Mu Sigma Rho Literary So- ciety, 3 3 Intramural Athletics, 3. ROBERT EDWARD LEITC1-1 sb I' A Richmond, Virginia Sports Editor Web, 3, Pre-Law Society, 2, President, 3g Philo- logian Literary Society, 3, Freshman Baseballg Track, 2 33 Tennis, 2, Captain, 5. GEORGE EDWARD LONG II K A Louisa, Virginia Ministerial Association, 1, Freshman Football. HERBERT SIDNEY MARKS Richmond, Virginia Dean's List. PHILIP LAMEETI-I MAT1-IEwsoN Richmond, Virginia Chemistry Club, 2, 3. CHARLES NANCE MA -IOR KID I' A Richmond, Virginia HUNTER WATKINS MARTIN 'ID 1' A Richmond, Virginia Debate Team, 33 Camera Club, 33 Philologian Literary Society, 1, 2, Secretary, 3. GRovER BEN MCCLURE, Jr. -1w1'A,TKA,nAE Richmond, Virginia Reporter Collegian, 1, Sports Staff, 2, Sports Editor, 33 Edit- ing Staff Web, 2, Assistant Editor, 33 Forensic Council, 2, President, 3 g Tau Kappa Alpha, 2, 3 3 Pi Delta Epsilon, 35 Intra- mural Athletics, 1, 2, 33 Fresh- man Baseballg Tennis, 2, 33 Debate Team, 2, 33 Philologian Literary Society, 1, Vice-Presi- dent, 2, President, 3, Critic, 35 Intermediate Honors. Louis POLLINGI-IER MANGER 47 A Perth Amboy, New Jersey ROBERT RAY MARTIN fb l' A, O A K Richmond, Virginia Web Staff, 3, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 2, 3g Class Senator, 32 Assistant Manager Football, 1, 2, 3: Freshman Track, Varsity Track, 2, 3: Cross Country, 3g Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM EDWARD MOIIRISON A X A Bridgeville, Pennsylvania Harlequin Club, 2, 3g Inter- fraternity Council, 2, 3: Class Vice-President, 25 Freshman Footballg Varsity Football, 2, 3g Freshman Trackg Varsity Track, 2, 33 Varsity Club, 2, 33 Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. CLAS V " 2I1E?:TiE-?1'lE,- '- ' X I f 'fl' A in 5. YF. . 15" -' 39f4a3':'5Z3i:g 'gt-' ,., nx- 7 lie! .1-'e'- AVALON B. MARCIIANT KE Urbanna, Virginia Freshman Football, Varsity Football, 2, 33 Freshman Base- ball, Varsity Baseball, 2, 32 Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3g Philologian Literary Society, 2, 3. WILLIAM HENRY MARTIN 111 A S2 Richmond, Virginia Reporter Collegian, 1, 2g Web Staff, 1, Organizations Editor, 2, Managing Editor, 33 Honor Council, 35 YMCA Cabinet, 2, 31 Freshman Baseball, Fresh- man Boxingg Assistant Track Manager, 2. FERDINAND H. MORTON '11 1' A Winifrede, West Virginia Advertising Staff Collegian, 2, 3g Philologian Literary S0- ciety, 1. mnnmuru ni mununuuuunn OF I-939 J' 'il I JJ WJQ4 .,1. 'Q' 1, 'sin iv- xl FW-'Mi 'V Y i 'f--,y gi u. Y IM JEFERSON D. MO'I'T1.EY, jr. E A E Richmond, Virginia Web Staff, 3: Glee Club, 1, 23 S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 2, President, 39 Freshman Track, Cross Country, 25 Dean's List. FREDERICK M. O'CoNNoR If 4' E Richmond, Virginia Reporter Collegian, 1, Copy Editor, 2, Assistant Managing Editor, 3, Mu Sigma Rho Lit- erary Society, 1, 2, Harlequin Club, 35 Freshman Trackg Freshman Boxingg Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. MOSES PATTASHNICK fb A Richmond, Virginia Reporter Collegian, 11 S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 33 Radio Guild, 5, Glee Club, 1, 25 Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 5. EVERETT LEE NOBLE Richmond, Virginia RODERICK LEE O'FLAI-IERITY 'lv I' A Richmond, Virginia Freshman Boxing, Varsity Box- ing, 2, Freshman Trackg Var- sity Track, 2, 33 Varsity Club 2. 3. EUGENE Goooaann PEEIQ, Ir. E A E Ocala, Florida Track, 31 Basketball, 35 Intra- mural Athletics, 2, 5. FORREST HENSON NORVELL fi! A Q Richmond, Virginia Freshman Football, Varsity Football, 2, 33 Freshman Box- ingg Freshman Baseball. GEORGE LEWIS OLIVER if I' A Norfolk, Virginia Philologian Literary Society, 2 Freshman Basketballg Fresh man Baseballg Intramural Ath letics, 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM H. PERIcINsoN K A Dolphin, Virginia Harlequin Club, 2, 3. JOSEPH WILLMM O'BRIEN Richmond, Virginia FRANCIS BYRON PARKER Richmond, Virginia CHARLES HUNIBOLT PHILLIPS fb I' A Richmond, Virginia University Players, 2, 35 Band, 1, 2, Student Director, 33 Fresh- man Football. GRovER CLEVELAND PITTS E fi' E Richmond, Virginia Biology Club, 2, Vice-Presi- dent, 3g Intramural Athletics, 2, 33 Dean's List. WILLIAM HUGH SANDERS E KI? E Dumbarton, Virginia University Players, 33 Glee Club, 33 Mu Sigma Rho Liter- ary Society, 3. GERALD Scorr Richmond, Virginia Honor Council, 2, 53 Class President, 33 Freshman Basket- ball, Varsity Basketball, 2g Philologian Literary Society, 3. JOHN FRANKLYN POWERS E A E South Norfolk, Virginia YMCA Cabinet, 3g Freshman Footballg Varsity Football, 2, 3g Freshman Boxing, Varsity Baseball, 2, 3. JOHN DowARD SANFORD 2 -P E Luray, Virginia Class Senator, 1, Senator-ab Largeg Freshman Footballg Varsity Football, 2, 3g Fresh- man Basketballg Varsity Bas- ketball, 23 Freshman Baseball, Varsity Baseball, 2, 35 Fresh- man Track, Varsity Track, 2, 3, Varsity Club, 2, 3. JOHN BERT SECRIST, jr. Richmond, Virginia JOH LAWSON RIDENOUR E 'II E Richmond, Virginia Freshman Footballg Freshman Baseball, Freshman Boxing, Varsity Boxing, 23 Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. RICHARD H. SAUNDERS, Jr. A A Richmond, Virginia YMCA Cabinet, 3g Class Treas- urer, 33 Ministerial Associa- tion, 1, 2, 3, Secretary, 33 Glee Club, 1, 2, 5g Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 3. CHARLES EMERSON SMITH Richmond, Virginia CLA W.LQr3"'f5r'?" -E if We N:,Q's RICHARD EDWARD RUCKER, Jr jetersville, Virginia Freshman Track, Cross Coun try, 2, 3. RICHARD LEWIS SCAMMON Iackson, Michigan Editorial Staff Messenger, 2, 3 University Players, 2, 3. RUSSELL NELsoN SNEAD Midlothian, Virginia Glee Club, 13 Intermediate Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. Honors. SS OF I939 tumnmmu unnuuniu niunnnl 1, lI1irT?,Tu-'g.vk Mlm it ll' li f If 'SQL gift' f it I ee wq. i, - -' 1 - at 11 , i Vi ? 'ig 1 5 5 iii? be ' 7 N- ,..,,,. ilk GEORGE BRi1VroN SOMIZRS Duntreath, Virginia Business Staff Web, 13 Assist- ant Advertising Manager, 2, Advertising Manager, 33 Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, Freshman Trackg Varsity Track, 2, 35 Assistant Baseball Manager, 1, 2, 3: Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. ' REED FRANKLIN TAYLOR K 22 Kensington, Maryland Philologian Literary Society, 1, 2, Treasurer, 39 Interfraternity Council, 35 YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3g Freshman Baseball, Varsity Baseball, 2, 3, Varsity Club, 2, 3, Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM FRANKLIN V1A Richmond, Virginia Freshman Football, Varsity Football, 2, 32 Freshman Base- ball. GEORGE HAMER SPEARS JOHN ALEXAND'ER SPEIR K E South Boston, Virginia E if E Logan, West Virginia Freshman Football, Varsity Freshman Football, Varsity Football, 2, 35 Freshman Bas- Football, 2, 33 Freshman Bas- ketball , Varsity Basketball, 2, 3. ketballg Freshman Track. JAMES LEE THACKER WILLIAM MCL. TRAUSNECK E A E Richmond, Virginia Di5PUffmi2i, Virginia Band, 1, 2, Freshman Football, Camera Club, 33 Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3. MAuR1cE SIDNEY Virsxv Richmond, Virginia YMCA Cabinet, 35 Class Sec- retary, 33 Freshman Football. Varsity Baseball, 2, 3. JOHN HENRY WAGNER New Haven, Connecticut MERRILL ROBERT STEWART 6 X Pitman, New jersey Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 33 Pre-Law Society, 33 Intra- mural Athletics, 3, Tennis Team, 3. GARNET Rox' TUREMAN Richmond, Virginia Philologian Literary Society, 1' Varsity Track, 2, Cross Couni try, 2. ALEXANDER C. WALKER, Jr. Exmore, Virginia Mu Sigma Rho Literary So- ciety, 1, 2, 3, Ministerial As- sociation, 1, 2, 3g Freshman Track, Cross Country, 3. FLAVIUS BURFOOT WALKER ROBERT WATTS WALLACE Richmond Virginia 4' 1' A Philologian Literary Society, 1, NCWPON News, Vifglnlfl Vice Pfemdent 7, President- 53 Class Vice-President, 23 Fresh- Pff Law SOCWIY 2: Secfefafl 3- man Track: Intramural Ath- letics, 1, 2. CORBIN BARRINGER WHITE KI! K E Norfolk, Virginia Sports Reporter Collegian, 3, YMCA Cabinet, 2, 33 Class Vice-President, 33 Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, Treas- urer, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 39 Tennis Team, 2, 3. RUSSELL EDWIN WAL1'ON A X A Richmond, Virginia Interfraternity Council, 2, 33 Harlequin Club, 2, 33 YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent, 2g Honor Council, 2, Sec- retary, 34 Class Vice-President, 1g Class President, 3, Assistant Manager Track, 1. ROBERT MCLEAN VUHITTET fb 1' A Richmond, Virginia Snapshot Editor Web, 2, Band, 1, 2, 3, Student Director, 2g Forensic Council, 3 Z Glee Club, 1, 2, 35 Philologian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, Secretary, 2. M5 I A flu, was Q A V My Q A if xl ly 'Mft LW -4-. -HI .AV J., ,, L.. 1.1.1 ,..," "' ' JAMES MONIKOE WELLS P2 sir E Richmond, Virginia University Players, 2, 31 Ten nis Manager, 2, 3. MILTON EUGENE WILLS, jr. Petersburg, Virginia RICHARD ROLLER WOOLING CARL FREDERICK Woosr, Jr. EDWIN WORTHAM WILLIAM GREGORY WRIGHT fir lx E II K A lb I' A, 0 A K, H A E Acorn, Virginia Farmville Virginia Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Freshman Baseballg Varsity Editorial Staff Web, 3, Dean's Reporter Collegian, 1,' News Baseball 2 3 Intramural Ath- List. Editor, 2, Managing Editor, 3 le cs 1 2, 3. Editor-in-Chief Spider I-land book, 33 YMCA Cabinet, 2, 33 Interfraternity Council, 3: As- sistant Manager Track, 1, 2, Intercollegiate Relations Man- ager, 35 Intramural Athletics, lg Chemistry Club, 2, 33 Phil- ologian Literary Society, lg Dean's List. nun Ilmunnnnuuu nun nn CLASS -nnnunnunn nu nuuunmuunuuv OF I939 Csv gsw .1 ll - 1 .V , Ir ,1 if-:'1 ?,?!L9y '- l l -, -CA -. Dononiy ELIZABETH ALs1'oN ELIZABETH MARIL AsHu1iooKE Richmond, Virginia Les Femmes Savantes. REBECCA CLARKE BRANCH Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Puppets. CHARLOTTE ANNE BEALE Portsmouth, Virginia Web, 2, 35 Puppets, 2g Inter- national Relations Club, 3, In- dustrial Commission, 3. MAIKGARET SPARKS BREWER South Norfolk, Virginia Transfer from Fredericksburg State Teachers College, 2, Col- legian Staff, 3. NATALYE TUN1soN BABCOCK Babylon, New York Captain Class Hockey, 1, Song Leader, lg Treasurer Class, 2, Collegian Staff, 1, Stalf Assist- ant, 2, Managing Editor, 3. ELs1E FOWLER BRADSHAW Laurel, Virginia Class Basketball, 1, 2, Class Hockey, lg Song Leader, lg Glee Club, 1. MARY Vmc1N1A Burm- Richmond, Virginia Varsity Hockey, 23 Class Hockey, 2g Varsity Tennis, 2, Class Tennis, 23 Class Basket- ball, 2, 3, Biology Club Vice- President, 2, President, 3. I Y is 5"1!',f-E., SALLY MOORE BARNES Richmond, Virginia Varsity Hockey, 1, 25 Class Hockey, 1, 2, Vice-President Class, 13 Nostrae Filiae Presi- dent, 2, 33 Secretary of Board of Publications, 33 Sports Edi- tor of Web, 3: Play Produc- tion, 3. ELIZABETH COLLIER BURCH Richmond, Virginia Chemistry Club, 2, 34 Class Track, 2, Puppets, 2. ANNE Scorr CAMPBELL Venter, Virginia BETTY ELLEN CONREY Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Varsity Basketball, 2, Class International Relations Club, Hockey, 1, 2, 55 Class Basket- ball, 1, 2, 35 Debate Council, 1, Secretary, 2, Contract Man- ager, 33 University Choir, 1 Glee Club, 2, Secretary, 3 Class Song Leader, 2, 5, Bi: ology Club, 23 Puppets, 2 YWCA Cabinet, 3. AGNES RUssELL DEATON Arlington, Virginia Assistant Editor Web, 2, 35 Class Hockey, 3. 3, Life Saving, 3. ALBERTA ELIZABETH DAv1s Richmond, Virginia Class Hockey, 1. MARIE LENORE DTNNEEN Richmond, Virginia Secretary Class, 33 Interna- tional Relations Club, 3. I lf . MARY KATHERINE CURLEY Richmond, Virginia Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3g Class Basketball, 2, Captain Class Tennis, 2, Vice-President Class, 3: International Rela- tions Club, 3, Puppets, 2. HELEN AMANDA DAVIS High Point, North Carolina Transfer from Greensboro Woman's College. C1-m1sT1NE Inv1NG DULING Village, Virginia Glee Club, 1, 2, 33 University Choir, 1. CLASS - allw- EE? v -'KY K-li .- Y Tvs.. 1 valium 'ai ' l ' "1 RUBY ELLIS DANNER Beaufort, South Carolina Collegian, 31 Puppets, 1, 2. MARTHA JEFFRESS ELLIOTT Glenside, Pennsylvania Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3g Class Basketball, 2, 33 Debate Coun- cil, 1, 3, Manager, 25 Record- ing Secretary College Govem- ment, 2, Treasurer College Government, 3g Collegian, 1, 2g University Choir, 1, 2, 33 YWCA Cabinet, 3. OF l939 .X ., 1' ,aa ' -v ,iy fls .. .1 --,gg RW , , N52-T 'I' " ...ff 1i'f7'i'S SARAH ANNE EPPES Richmond, Virginia Les Femmes Savantes, 33 Puppets, 2. MARGAIKET Louisa HARRIS Richmond, Virginia , 'N ALICE Cook EVANS Richmond, Virginia Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3g Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Interna- tional Club, 2, Vice-President, 3: Managing Editor Web, 3, Puppets, 2, Industrial Com- mission, 3. EVALINE BERNARD FLOW Richmond, Virginia Puppets, 2g International Rela- tions Club, 3g Play Produc- tion, 3. MAIiY EVELYN HAZARD Richmond, Virginia Treasurer, Class, 5, Puppets,2. JACQUELINE M. FAULKNER Rumford, Virginia Debate Council, 1, 2, Vice President, 3: University Choir, lg Industrial Commission, 5 International Relations Club, 3 CAssANDRA WARD HARMAN Tazewell, Virginia Puppets, 25 Industrial Com- mission, 3. HERMINE Louisa HOEN Baltimore, Maryland Class Hockey, 2, Class Basket- ball, 2, Web Assistant, Busi- ness Staff, 2, Advertising Man- ager, 3, Les Femmes Savantes, 5, Puppets, 2, Radio Guild, 3 JULIET HARRISON FLORANCE Richmond, Virginia Varsity Hockey, 1, 25 Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, Varsity Ten- nis, 1, Z5 Varsity Track, 23 Blazer Winner, 13 Class Hockey, 1, Captain, 2, 3, Class Basketball, 1, 2, Class Track, 1 g Biology Club, 3. SARAH HULDAH Hoovzaa Richmond, Virginia Representative to Executive Council, 3. MARY JANE LANGLEY Norfolk, Virginia Class Hockey, 1, 23 Class Bas ketball, 2, Treasurer Class, 1 Vice:President Class, 23 Vice: President Athletic Association, 3g University Choir, lg Indus- trial Commission, 3. CALLY CORLING Ross Richmond, Virginia Lois ELIZABETH LYLE Richmond, Virginia Class Hockey, 2, 3, Class Bas- ketball, 25 Puppets, 2. ROSALIE VADEN OAKES Wincliester, Virginia Representative Judiciary Board, 2, Corresponding Secretary College Government, 33 Uni- versity Choir, 1, 2, 33 Vesper Committee, 2, 3g Industrial Commission, 2, 35 YWCA Cabinet, 3, International Rela- tions Club, 3. EMILY B. RUCIcs Disputanta, Virginia Transfer from Blackstone College. JESSIE WOODIIOW MCELROY Richmond, Virginia Transfer from Bob jones Col- lege, Cleveland Tennessee, 25 Class Basketball, 2, Glee Club, 2 3 Puppets, 2. KATE ELIZABETH PETERSON Hopewell, Virginia Varsity Hockey, 2, Varsity Bas- ketball, 1, 2, 33 Varsity Ten- nis, 2, 35 Class Hockey, lg Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Cap- tain lg Class Tennis, 1, Class Track, Ig Mortar Board Award, 1, Senior Life Saver, 2, Man- ager Tennis, 2, 33 Secretary Class, 1, Representative Col- lege Government, 2, DOROTHY BAYLEY SHELL Lawrenceville, Virginia Debate Council, 1, 2, 3: Uni- versity Choir, 1, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, YWCA Cabinet, 2, 32 International Relations Club, 3. CLA va ij.wW'9,2"' .J .P , is?-I-'4L'25 vfgAa,, f , I I-M fl Ag I I ,, 363 ELIZABETH G. MITCHELL Richmond, Virginia Class Track, 1, Class Basket- ball, 2, Puppets, 2. JULIET ANDERSON SHELL DeWitt, Virginia Transfer from Harrisonburg State Teachers Collegeg Varsity Basketball, 2, 52 Class Track Captain, 2, Class Basketball, 2, 3. OF l939 nuInI-In-I:InunnI-InIInIIIIIIIInuIu gy 1-'-' 1, 5 5 .,.. ..--ng. -:is BESSIE PATIsIIsoN WALFORD Richmond, Virginia Puppets, 23 International Rela- tions Club, 3. S VIRGINIA EUBANK SI-IUMAN Alexandria, Virginia JANE ALLYN STRAUS Richmond, Virginia Class Hockey, 1, 25 University Class Hockey, 1, 25 Web Staff Choir, lg Industrial Commis- Managing Editor, 3g Interna- sion, 3, International Relations tional Relations Club, 3. Club, 3. ELLEN GOIJLD WARNER Richmond, Virginia Puppets, 2g International Rela- tions Cluh, 3, Play Produc- tion, 3. LAVINIA LEARY WINSTON Richmond, Virginia College Government Represen- tative, lg President Class, 2 Westhampton Editor Mes senger, 3. RUBY MARION WILEY Crozet, Virginia Class Basketball, 1, Captain, 2, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, Class Hockey, 2, President Class, 35 Secretary Class, 25 Secretary-Treasurer YWCA, 2 g Collegian, 1, Sports Editor, 2, Industrial Commission, 2. MAIKGARET ANTOINETTE Woon Norfolk, Virginia MARY GARLAND WILSON Bowling Green, Virginia Representative to Honor Coun- cil, 3, Collegian, 1, 2, News Editor, 35 Debate Council, 1, 2, Secretary, 3g University Choir, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3Q YWCA Cabinet, 2, 3, Pup- pets 2, 3g Emergency Peace Council, 2, Nostrae Filiae Sec- retary, 2. Ohgicefzs CLASS OF 1940 RICHMQND COLLEGE SEABURY D. STONEBURNER P7'6.fjC!E'lZl WILLIAM B. BURGE V ice-Prefid em' P. PAUL SAUNIER, jr. . Sem-emry ROBERT F. RIPLEY . . Treamrer C. JAM ES ELY ........ Semnfor MILDRED L. JAMES .. Prefiflwzl MARY SUE CARTER Vim-P1'eTa'i:lef1! DELL M. VUILLIAMS . . Serremry DOROTHY GRANT . . . 7'rea.r11rer Miss MAIIY MOLINE . . Spam-or Ohgicefis C LA S S CD F 1 9 4 O WESTHAMPTQN COLLEGE ff ,I V gi. FA Q., ' fi N l i f lj :nunInan-anmmnunuuun CLASS 0171940 nun-mu: uunnuuuunun DAVID DEXTER ABELOFF fb A Richmond, Virginia JOHN PIERCE AEERNETHY, Jr. KID I' A Richmond, Virginia VINCENT REED ADAMS E A E Redoak, Virginia WILLIAM THOMAS ALLMAN, Jr. Richmond, Virginia EMMEIT HARVEY ANDERSON Richmond, Virginia HOWARD PALMER ANDERSON E A E Crystal Hill, Virginia JEFFERSON DAVIS ASHER Marion, Kentucky WILBUR JAMES BAGGS, Jr. K 2 Richmond, Virginia JOHN MUSE BAREEORD A X A Ozeana, Virginia WALTER ELBERTH BASS E A E Danville, Virginia ARTHUR CHARLES BECK, Jr. A X A Richmond, Virginia HENRY WITTLER BLACK K A Richmond, Virginia JOSEPH FRANCIS BLACK, Jr. 41X Richmond, Virginia HORACE ARMISTEAD BLACKLEY Richmond, Virginia WALTER JOSEPH BLAIR Danville, Virginia RAY SELDEN BOISSEAU, Jr. Richmond, Virginia JOSEPH MILLER BRADLEY K A Danville, Virginia JAMES EDWARD BRADSHAW K A Burkeville, Virginia EDWARD LEWIS BRAGG fb A Q Richmond, Virginia ERNEST LINWOOD BRANDIS, Jr. E 'IJ E Richmond, Virginia RoYALL BRANDIS Richmond, Virginia WALTER Woomxow BROOKING II K A Richmond, Virginia THOMAS HENRY BRIINO E 42 E Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM BROWN BURGE, jr. A X A Martinsville, Virginia WILLIAM JEFFERSON CASI-I, Jr. 1'I K A Richmond, Virginia THOMAS V. CIIALKLEY, jr. Richmond, Virginia CHARLES CLEVELAND COATES A X A Machodoc, Virginia CECIL ARTHUR CREASY fb 1' A Gretna, Virginia FRANKLIN MADISON CRouCI-I Richmond, Virginia RAWI.IiY FLEET DANIEL K A Cape Charles, Virginia ENIIERS DICKINSON fb 1' A Richmond, Virginia ROBERT BISSETT ELMORE LIP K E Richmond, Virginia CURTIS MARION Em' II K A Richmond, Virginia MILTON END!! Petersburg, Virginia ERNEST WALDIIN EUI-IANK, jr. Kb I' A Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina MALCOLM GLENMORE EVANS K A Richmond, Virginia LouIs RICHARD FARIIER Petersburg, Virginia WII.soN LEE FARIS 22 A E Batesville, Virginia XVILLIAM WINIIREE FARLEY lb I' A Wzlsliingtcmn, D. C. ROBERT HENRY FENNEL1., jr. Richmond, Virginia CHARLES PHI1.I.IP FORD, Jr. E A E Richmond, Virginia DANIEI. WEBSTER FOWLEIK E A E Vlnshington, D. C. Ia C - L- if I r E? -T13 T nun:InnnIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII CLASS OFl940 muuuuInunnninuunuiun :SITA , if W Eih-3 E23 'Till i ii 9 f KI liliilal X' ? ' 5 . ' , .. ' Iii- , gf. IInuununnunnunlrnuuun CLASS OFl940 vIuIIImnIInIImnuunnnnul JOSEPH HERVEY Fox Scottsville, Virginia JAMES MONROE FREDERICKSON Richmond, Virginia KENNETH FRED GARRISON Richmond, Virginia WALTER BOOTH GILLETTE III K E Richmond, Virginia VIRGINIUS HIGI-ILAND GOODMAN II K A Richmond, Virginia HAROLD JACKSON GORDON Richmond, Virginia AUSTIN EARNEST GRIGG 1'I K A Richmond, Virginia GARLAND DOUGLAS HADDOCK 2 A E Richmond, Virginia SAMUEL DAVIS I-IADEN, Jr. Fife, Virginia CHARLES TALMAGE HALLowELLf fb I' A Atlantic City, New Jersey ROBERT DISTILICI' HAM IT K A Richmond, Virginia ALVIN FRANKLIN HARRIS K A Centralia, Virginia JAMES FREDERICK HART Richmond, Virginia RUSSELL EDWARD HERRING, Jr. Z A E Richmond, Virginia JULIAN HUTTON HILL, Jr. Richmond, Virginia HARVEY HAROLD HOISGOOD E A E Lawrenceville, Virginia RICHARD LOUIS HOLLENDER Garden City, New York STUART WALKER HOSKINS E A E Fredericksburg, Virginia GEORGE DANIEL I-IOWELL K E Osarlc, Alabama TI-IoMAs WINN ISRELI. Richmond, Virginia WII.LIAAI WALTEIL JACKSON 9 X Lithia, Florida 'kDCtCC11SCd LUTHER BAIINUM JENKINS, Jr fb I' A RichI'nond, Virginia WILEUII LEE JENKINS, Jr. -E 4' E Richmond, Virginia EDWIN BAIIBEII JOHNSTON Richmond, Virginia JOHN EMOIIY JOIIDAN I 111 I' A Richmond, Virginia JOHN F. B. JIIIIGENS, Jr. Bon Air, Virginia WILLIAM F, KAYHOE 2 'I' E Richmond, Virginia GEORGE Tl'-IEROS KEIIHLILAS San Francisco, California JACK CI-IESTEII KEIIVAN K E Scarsdale, New York JOHN BURNWELI. KING WilII1ingtOn, Virginia WILLIAM L. KIIIIIY, Jr. KV Richmond, Virginia JOHN KOIIMAN, Jr. Quinton, Virginia ROEEIIT CH-AIII.Es KIIUG A X A Richmond, Virginia RANDOLPH CROZIET LA PIIADE 41 A SZ Richmond, Virginia PHILIP DIIAKE LAWRENCE, Jr. E A E Richmond, Virginia THOMAS GORDON LEWIS K E Bronxville, New York CLYDE BAILEY LIIISCOMII II K A Richmond, Virginia MACON MELVILLE LONG St. Paul, Virginia Gus DEAN MANDEIILAIIIS Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM LAWTON MANEII, Jr fl' K E Allendale, South Carolina ROBERT E. L. MCNEFLY, Jr. EAEAA Danville, Virginia EDWIN JOEL MEIIIIICK H K A Pottsville, Pennsylvania J' fgqg-L JM, l Eg QLH 1 W ,u l " - ' , Kfql N with -I .IIN ...ivy 'QL ' ., ,, Wy by ,. IQDf'fWI- , 'TJ - 51. ll: -5 , 4 ' , :r63Lr IInuunnnnuInnunnumnu CLASS OFl940 Twnxwb- " -Sui' A ,L J, -L -eg.. if T! 'I .Nl I If 'l l 1. 9 ' '-.PI CLASS OFI940 nunun:unnnnnunnnnnn HOPE FAIRFAX MILDY K A Richmond, Virginia CHARLES PAUL MINOR, Jr. Prince George, Virginia ROBERT CLYDE MOORE Richmond, Virginia SIDNEY GRANT MOIRTON Richmond, Virginia DONALD PITT MUIIRILL Richmond, Virginia JACK RICKS NOEESINGER G X Roanoke, Virginia JoI-IN JOSEPH NOONAN, Jr. K A Richmond, Virginia WOODROW WILSON PARIS fb I' A Richmond, Virginia LLOYD ARCHIBALD PARKER, Jr. Berryville, Virginia RANDOLPH H. PARRISH Richmond, Virginia SAMUEL CECIL PATTESON Ransons, Virginia LACY FOSTER PAULETTE, Jr. Smithfield, Virginia ALLAN JACKSON PHAUP, Jr. E fb E Richmond, Virginia KENNETH CARTER PHILPOTTS O X Richmond, Virginia GEORGE MILLER PoLI.ARD fb I' A Richmond, Virginia i.lNWOOD CLAY POWERS, Jr. fl' A Q Richmond, Virginia JAM ES DELDRIDGE PUGH A X A Richmond, Virginia ROBERT RATLIFF, Jr. Pikeville, Kentucky DORSEY COLE RAWLINGS 'IP K E Fredericksburg, Virginia WII.LlAM 1-IERVEY REMINE K E Richmond, Virginia ROBERT FOSTER RIPLEY Susan, Virginia JAMES SIDNEY RITTER Z 4, E Culpeper, Virginia WILLIAM MATTIIEW ROIIINSON fl' 1' A Hampton, Virginia GEORGE ROCHKIND Richmond, Virginia GEORGE WILMOT Ross, Jr. fb I' A Richmond, Virginia SAUL SALISBURY Richmond, Virginia JASON MELVILLE SALSEIIRY Richmond, Virginia JOHN P. SANDERS 0 X Richmond, Virginia PIERRE PAUL SALINIER, Jr. PJ 111 E Richmond, Virginia WALTER GEORGE SCHNEIDER II K A Richmond, Virginia MARSHALL WINEIELD SCOTT E ll' E Richmond, Virginia JAMES POLK SIMPSON, III Fredericksburg, Virginia EDWARD SYLVIZSTER SINAR E A E. Clifton Forge, Virginia SEADIIRY D. STONEIIIIRNER fl' I7 A Richmond, Virginia JOHN OLIVER STOVER K E South Boston, Virginia ROBERT VERNON TALLEY E 'I' E Richmond, Virginia CARLSON RAAEN THOMAS K E Danville, Virginia PAUL COWAN THOMAS E A E Bristol, Virginia WILLIAM FREDERICK TOIII-IAM K Z2 Roanoke, Virginia WALTEII SCOTT TOWNSEND fl' K E Petersburg, Virginia JOSEPH REAMY TROY fl' I' A Richmond, Virginia T. STANFORD TUTVVILER K A Richmond, Virginia fly- V -'All ii' . I, -,, jfH?iW EE ' jf i ,' ' WDQ Y NH' 'Q M V N InI-Iinunnluunuuuurnnu CLASS OFl940 unrnnni In Iumnnnrn y lla TFE? s .Awfuhlf R, , ,,,,,, 'f. AL J 'Z 454 R9 ,R " lla, fr' ' I if W T Agar I ..R.,.,,,mwq2"3S,, ,,,,,I,,, L .-I.: .mg I:IvI:,.v,, , . 4 I:IIlinmniinnnnniuininn CLASS OFl940 IInnmnInnuininuunninu WILLIAM CORNELIUS TYLER Phoebus, Virginia EDWAIXD NATI-IANIEL ULLMAN Richmond, Virginia ROBERT GRAY UREACLI 9 X Richmond, Virginia BRUCE PEARSON VAN BUSKIRK K E Bronxville, New York EVAN BALEOLIR VAN LEELIWEN CIP K Z Norfolk, Virginia CECIL PORTER VAIIGHAN, jr. SIP I' A Stevensville, Virginia WILLIAM PATTERSON WALLACE Newport News, Virginia ROBERT L. WATKINS, jr. Richmond, Virginia ARNOLD FRANK WATTS Richmond, Virginia ALBERT FAULKNER WEAVER K E Richmond, Virginia STANFORD CHESTER WEST Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina CARLTON ARDELLE WHITLATCH 9 X Lancaster, Pennsylvania Joi-IN TIVIS WICKER '12 K E Richmond, Virginia ROBERT FAIE VVlI.LIAMS Richmond, Virginia RUSSELL KING WOOD Richmond, Virginia CHARLES FREDERICK WORTHALI fb I' A Richmond, Virginia W,II.l3Ull HOPKINS WRENN fb A Q Richmond, Virginia JOHN WILLIAM WIKIGHT, Jr. fl-' I' A Lynchburg, Virginia PAIII. WILSON WRIGI-IT Richmond, Virginia CHARLETON PRYOR YOLINTS, jr 6 X Miami, Florida HAROLD CALEB ZICAEOOSE Richmond, Virginia JANE ALER Churchland, Virginia CONSTANCE J. ATTKISSON Richmond, Virginia MADGI3 MARIE AYcoc:K Princeton, North Carolina FRANCES BELL BAILEY Richmond, Virginia LUCY WYNN BAIRD Rawlings, Virginia AMY COTTRELL BALDWIN Richmond, Virginia HILDA COEER BATTEN' Smithfield, Virginia Lois BLAKE Richmond, Virginia BYRD TAYLOR BoIssEAU Dewitt, Virginia RUTH ANNETTE BRANN Village, Virginia MARGARIET RUTH BRINSON Norfolk, Virginia VIRGINIA HALL Buoo Richmond, Virginia MILDRED COLOTA BURNETTI3 Roanoke, Virginia MARY SUE CARTER Bronxville, New York PAULINE ELVIRA CORTOPASSI Richmond, Virginia 3 'Q - fag?-F gf-.L 2 113: 1 1 ,Um I:- .. X E+ 4 fi si E --'1 ' ' I ' S- 11 id..-I, 791, 11, -- il. nninininulnnumnvnnnn CLASS OFl94O nnnuunuuunuunmunnu IDA MADELINE CROSBY Richmond, Virginia MARGARET CRABTREE Rio de Janeiro, Brazil JANE FRANCES DAVENPORT Gordonsville, Virginia ALYS LEONTINE D'AVESNE Richmond, Virginia VIRGINIA LEE DENNIS Richmond, Virginia CHARLOTTE ANN DICKINSON Front Royal, Virginia CAROLINE VIRGINIA DOYLE McKenney, Virginia DOROTHY ANN DUKE Richmond, Virginia EUNICE S. FLANAGAN Bremo Bluff, Virginia KATHLEEN BURKE FRANCIS Glen Allen, Virginia DOROTHY GRANT Jarratt, Virginia JANET MOORE GRESHAM Richmond, Virginia MILDRED JANE GUSTAFSON Richmond, Virginia DORIS ANN HARGROVE Richmond, Virginia MAXINE VIRGINIA HARPER Clendenin, West Virginia BELLA HIERTZBEIKG Richmond, Virginia CHARLOTTE LEE HODOES Sutherlin, Virginia MILDRED LYELL JAMES Newport News, Virginia PATSY JOBLIN Richmond, Virginia EUGENIA JOEL Hopewell, Virginia HELEN ELIZABETH JOHNSON Richmond, Virginia MARIE ESTELLE KEYSER Richmond, Virginia RUTH BAILEY LATHAM Richmond, Virginia MARGARET HA1'TON LIGON Richmond, Virginia JUDITH CARTER LUCAS Richmond, Virginia KATHERINli LEE LYLIE Richmond, Virginia ELSIE VICK MATTINOLY Richmond, Virginia ALICE WILSON MCELROY Richmond, Virginia MARIETTA BVAGLEY MCGEHEE Lynchburg, Virginia VIRGINIA ALLEN MCLARIN Mountain Lakes, New jersey J' ,iii iv gtk RM M If JA, ,af '.I, ,, W P? ' ' 1.- " ' . . ,. 4 uv!-ni 1 ' :'-5. .,fif','3,,:.,1"'1Yf5+1 III-IInuiInnimimmnnmum CLASS OFI940 lununun:mninnnnunum MARTHA ETHEL MOFEETT Richmond, Virginia ETHEL HELEN O'BRIEN Garden City, New York ANNIE LAURIE PARKER Berryville, Virginia FLORENCE EUBANI: PARKER Shanghai, China EDITH ELEANOR PARSONS Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts EMMA LOUISE PARSONS Richmond, Virginia EULA FARIE PRITCHARD Norfolk, Virginia DOROTHY ELAINE ROBERTS Crewe, Virginia VISTA VIRGINIA ROBINSON Skippers, Virginia MABEL LEIGI-I ROOKIE Suffolk, Virginia KATHERINE ELIZABETH SCHERER Richmond, Virginia THAIS SILVERMAN Richmond, Virginia LUCY KEELING SISSON Richmond, Virginia HELEN JANE SMITH Richmond, Virginia MAUDE WAKELEY SMITH Nutley, New jersey EVELYN SANDERSON SMOAK Richmond, Virginia SADDYE JANE SYKES jackson, North Carolina MARY ANNE TUCKER Yorktown, Virginia ANN MAURY VANDOREN Charlottesville, Virginia ALICE WARREN Richmond, Virginia KATI-IERINE LUMPKIN WICKER Richmond, Virginia BETTY MERTON WILLETS Orange, Virginia DELL MERCEDES WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia VIRGINIA MALCOLM Woon Pendleton, Virginia HARRIIETT Runn YEAMANS Richmond, Virginia l J I I w!,I I24E1T-nlmbvhk Il'l , W I w i ,q L-:N I -I lr : 1 f.h 45.3 5 ,M -UE.- nun:nmunuiuniuninuunn CLASS OFl940 Iuunnnn nunuuuunnui Glglgicefzs CLASS CDF 1941 RICHMOND COLLEGE V. DAVID ROLAND . . . Prefident EDWIN G. SINAR . Vive-Pre.ride11l JAMES A. MATHEWS . Secretary EDGAR M. ARENDALL . Treamrev' A. SIMPSON WILLIAMS . Sefmfor JEANNIZ W. HU1fl'MAN Ifrefidenl MILDIIIED T. HOWIQRTON Vice-Pmriclelzl ANN C. PHILLIPS .... Sefrelm-y BARBARA R. Ecrcuis . 7'J'C'fl.1'lll'E'l' Miss MAliGARli'1' Ross . Sfmmor Olglgicefzs C I. A S S O F 1 9 41 WESTHAMPTGN COLLEGE ELIE MAYNARD ADAMS Clarkton, Virginia EDWARD REEVES ADAMS fb I' A Richmond, Virginia RALPH WILSON ALLEN Richmond, Virginia GORDON H. ANDREWS SI' K E Richmond, Virginia EDWIN VIVIAN BALCH K A Richmond, Virginia MILTON B. BAIIOODY Richmond, Virginia LUCIEN W. BINGHAM Richmond, Virginia HOBART G. BINSTEAD K A Accomac, Virginia CHARLES R. BOOTH, Jr. Danville, Virginia MARION P. BOSWELL A X A Burkeville, Virginia WILLIAM H. BRAUEI1 G X Richmond, Virginia ROBERT H. BRIENT E KI' E Richmond, Virginia ROBERT T. BIIOOAN Richmond, Virginia LOUIS RAY BIIOUO1-IMAN Buchanan, Virginia I I I I ,SIITW ,gow 'Q-If mf,:w5Qri w 'WT Ass GF 1941 RAYMOND A. ADAMS Redoak, Virginia LEON H. ALEXANDER Petersburg, Virginia WILLIAM P. ANDREWS 41 A Q Richmond, Virginia EDGAR M. AIIENDALL K S .4 Mobile, Alabama ALVIN F. BEALE, Jr. fb I' A Richmond, Virginia THOMAS CLIVE BEILIIEY E fb E Luray, Virginia JOHN B. BLANTON, Jr. E fb E Richmond, Virginia JOHN M. BLOXOME, III K A Mappsville, Virginia STANLEY I-I. Borrs Appalachia, Virginia JOHN O. BnADsIxAw Burkevillc, Virginia RICIIAIID Y. BIUSTOW Petersburg, Virginia FRANK H. BIIITTON K E Richmond, Virginia NORMAN BliOWN Richmond, Virginia RODEIIT A. BIIOWNING 'P l' A Richmond, Virginia EUGENE L. BRUNK Richmond, Virginia HENIKY A. BULI.ocK Richmond, Virginia RICI--IARD C. CARTER Northfork, W. VII. JosE A. CA'l'ARINEl.I Santurice, Puerto Rico FLEMING M. CHRISTIAN 0 X Richmond, Virginia MAIKTIN F. CLARK A X A Richmond, Virginia CARL ALVIN COLLINS All Richmond, Virginia HARIQY BRUSPI CQRLEY Z2 'I' E Richmond, Virginia ROBERT C. Co'I'rEN, Jr. II K A Richmond, Virginia ROBERT H. COURTNEY fb I' .A Richmond, Virginia DOUGLAS W. DAVIS OX Richmond, Virginia BRANCH A. DINWIDDIE I1 K A Richmond, Virginia ROBERT W. Dl!liIiE'I"l' fb F A Hartsville, S. C. WIN11IiEn HUGO ELDER Clarkton, Virginia - -- -- C I.. A S S N3 f ' W sf .Wx N. .V . . . Pwr! ' 'V 'fb I ida OF l94I WINDTON O. BURGESS dw K E Fork Union, Virginia HENRY EPES CAKE Norfolk, Virginia CHARLES F. CATLETT Richmond, Virginia GEORGE F. CAUTHORNE King and Queen County, Virginia LAWRENCE A. CLAY Richmond, Virginia REUBEN H. CLINKSCALES Richmond, Virginia JAMES W. CORBETT Hot Springs, Virginia EUGENE W. CORNWALL CIP I' A Fredericksburg, Va. HUGH STUART CRISMAN K E Wincliester, Virginia JOHN C. CRoss Richmond, Virginia JAMES H. DoNoI-IUE 42 1' A Richmond, Virginia JOHN . A. DOUMLELE Richmond, Virginia ELMER P. EMBREY, Jr. Fredericksburg, Va. ROBERT W. EUBANK fb K E Dunnsville, Virginia HARRY EDW. FAINTER fb A S2 Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM V. FARLEY Highland Springs, Va. JOHN WM. FLORENCE Alexandria, Virginia EARL RUSSELL FOX II K A Richmond, Virginia - ELLIS PARSONS GEORGE A X A Richmond, Virginia CLARENCE W, GLADDING Mears, Virginia WAVERLEY S. GREEN HIP I' A Burkeville, Virginia HARRY E. GRIFFIN Dillwyn, Virginia JEFFERSON C. HARRISON E CID E Hampton, Virginia WILLIAM R. HARTON H K A Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM M. HERNDON Fredericksburg, Va. E. L. I-IIGGINBOTIIAM Alexandria, Virginia BERNARD INSLER 'IJ A New Haven, Conn. LEROY HENRY JACOBS fb A Richmond, Virginia arf' 5"'w',g?53 SESS' Q C L A s s ggi OF 1941 fel AW CARL ASHBY FELTON 9 X Richmond, Virginia CHAS. J. FERNEYHOUGH Richmond, Virginia MAIIIO VEOA GAMDOA San Jose, Costa Rica EDGAR C. GARRER, Jr. E fb E Bon Air, Virginia MORRIS DAVID GRANDIS 'I' A Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM A. GRANT 9 X Richmond, Virginia JAMES LEE HARRIS Richmond, Virginia JAMES RIDOIJT HARIKIS Richmond, Virginia RALPH P. HEDGECOCK A X A Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM H. HEMBY Richmond, Virginia IRA DURWOOD HUDGINS E A E Waslwington, D. C. N. B. HUTCIAIENSON, Jr. A X A Richmond, Virginia JOSEPH EDGAR JENKINS H K A Richmond, Virginia C. WALTON JONES, Jr. Richmond, Virginia THOMAS DAVIS JORDAN fb A Q Richmond, Virginia AVERY K. KATZ Richmond, Virginia JOHN R. KELLISON A X A Richmond, Virginia JAMES R. KNAUE K A Richmond, Virginia MURIKAY LAYNE 9 X Richmond, Virginia OSCAR DAVIS LEE K E South Boston, Virginia ROBEllT'H. LINDSAY, Jr. E A E Richmond, Virginia KENNETH D. LIT'I'LE Richmond, Virginia HERBERT WM. MACK Altoona, Pennsylvania MARTIN MAllKOWlT'Z fi' A Brooklyn, New York WILLIAM R. MAYNA'liD Norfolk, Virginia BEN HAIIIIIS MCGEI-IEE Wfilmington, Virginia JOHN KELSO MOORE Onancock, Virginia CHAS. A. MOIIGAN, Jr. Rockville, Virginia i':f'..Qz..iff'5'3"wir'J CLASS OF 1941 ni k n in -.lVc?.-5 ROBERT BYRD KAY E A E Richmond, Virginia ROBERT ALVIN KEIL fb K E Oak Park, Illinois LUDWIG C. KROUTIL Washington, D. C. GEORGE H, LANDERS A X A Richmond, Virginia HENRY M. LEWTER Richmond, Virginia JAMES GUT1-IRLE LIGON K A Pamplin, Virginia JOHN HOWARD LOCKE 9 lx Boyce, Virginia IRVIN LOVENSTEIN '-If A Richmond, Virginia GEO. EDMOND MASSIE '-I7 I' A Richmond, Virginia JAMES A. MATTHEWS K E Richmond, Virginia THOMAS H. MCVAY, Jr. 'IP K E Norfolk, Virginia SAMUEL M. MOODY, Jr. A X A Richmond, Virginia WILLIE P. MORRISSETTE 22 41 E Midlothian, Virginia HAROLD G. OWENS 'IP A Q Richmond, Virginia WM. F. PARKERSON, Jr K A Richmond, Virginia ROY CLEON PARKS E 41 E Richmond, Virginia BLANTON LYNN PRICE Richmond, Virginia SAMUEL S. PROFFITT A X A Chester, Virginia ROBERT A. RHODES H K A Richmond, Virginia GEORGE E. ROBERTS K A Nassawadox, Virginia WILLIAM S. RYAN Baltimore, Maryland ICARL AUGUST SAC!-Is Washington, D. C. ROBERT W. SHIFLETT K E Richmond, Virginia EDWIN GANN SINEK E A E Philadelphia, Pa. ROBERT E, STANLEY K E Richmond, Virginia THOMAS J. STARKE, III 9 X Richmond, Virginia JOHN J. STEIGALL Richmond, Virginia WLT. HARMAN SURBER Richmond, Virginia vm' f' XLQJW 5' " ',g ' CLASS A, OFI94I MAIKSI-lxXI.I. J. PHILLIPS GJ X Hopewell, Virginia ALEERT LEE PHILPOTT A X A Philpott, Virginia THOMAS EDWAILD PUGI-I A A Fredericksburg, Va, CI-IARLES W. REYNOLDS 21 IP E Richmond, Virginia HEIiA'iAN S. ROCKOEE 'P A Bridgeport, Conn. VIRGIL DAVID ROLAND 411 I' A Richmond, Virginia JAMES A. SEYMOUR Richmond, Virginia GEO. H. SHACKLEEORD fb I' A Hampton, Virginia CHARLAS HENRY SKUTT 9 X Fredericksburg, Va. FRANK SEASIE SODIEN Passapatanzy, Virginia HENRY LESTER STEINEIL fb A Richmond, Virginia GRANVILLE H. STEINMET Richmond, Virginia OWEN FARLEY TATE K A Danville, Virginia WM. SANFORD TERRY K A Chatham, Virginia ll I I JAMES W. TIIRRINGIION fb K I jersey City, New jersey DOUGLAS B. VAN BIISKIRK KE Bronxville, New York F. A. WADIIINGTON, jr. lb I' A Richmond, Virginia FREDERICK VVANDERER 'IF A Richmond, Virginia CIHIAS. A. WA'I'IcINs, jr. fb A SZ Richmond, Virginia GEOIIGE L. WI-IITE, Jr. IP K E ' Richmond, Virginia HAROI.n BELL WIIITE K A Richmond, Virginia JOE WHEELER WICSGINS K 21 Fayetteville, N. C. AUIIREY S. WILLIAMS K A Richmond, Virginia ROIIERT D. WILLIAMS 'Il K E Richmond, Virginia JOSEPH A. WILSON fb K ZZ Richmond, Virginia I I III I I I I Wm: ITT iw I I ' 1 "'5' . I A . ' H 'q"1'. Ea" K I , I Ji T15 ir l ofi' I 3 ' QP' In I In I 'ir :gulihnll 'inf mv: V. :I I' ,L 1 I I I 4, 1 I I I' It' " W J I I 1r+L,fI. . :'.I'5.+ , wf ' 5 Q 21 X 1 .4759 W 5, fff' CLASS If OEI94I-. ROBERT P. VAN BUREN G X Richmond, Virginia JAMES A. WAGNER II K A Richmond, Virginia GEORGE T. WAITE 'IP I' A Richmond, Virginia JOHN T. WATKINS E SP E Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM J. WAYMACK II K A Richmond, Virginia GEO, P. WHITLEY, jr. Durham, N. C. WILLIAM H. WIDNER 9 X Richmond, Virginia BENJ. G. WILLIAMS A X A Richmond, Virginia FLOYD C. WILLIAMS lil K E Richmond, Virginia SAMUEL J. WORNOM, Jr. Hampton, Virginia I BETTY BENSON ACKER Philadelphia, Pa. DOROTHY L. ALEXANDER Richmond, Virginia DOROTHY B. AURINGER Richmond, Virginia MARGARET AUSTIN Erie, Pennsylvania NELL K. BEAUCHAMP Portsmouth, Virginia MARTHA I. BELDING Richmond, Virginia MAR .IORIE G. BRAWER Paterson, New Jersey MARGARET E. BRITTINGHAM Victoria, Virginia SARAH GOYNE BRYANT Washington, D. C. EDITH MCD. BURFOOT Norfolk, Virginia Lors INEZ CAMPBELL Saltville, Virginia PHYLLIS A. COGHILL Richmond, Virginia EVELYN V. CROSBY Midlothian, Virginia KATHLEEN F. CRAWFORD Richmond, Virginia CLASS if f' .11 " - II' ' Q OF 1941 EJ' fag LUCY BURKE ALLEN Richmond, Virginia MARY L. ARNOLD Clearfield, Pa. VIRGINIA LEE BALL Schuyler, Virginia MARTHA LILLIAN BEAM Hamlet, N. C. LUCILLE B. BISHOP Richmond, Virginia MARY ANNE BOEHLING Richmond, Virginia AUDREY VIVIAN BROTT Gloversvillc, New York REBECCA A. BROWN Big Island, Virginia ANNE T. BURGESS Richmond, Virginia MARY M. BUXTON Richmond, Virginia Lors JEAN Cook Maplewood, New jersey PHYLLIS MARIE Coox Maplewood, New Jersey E. A. CUNNINGHAM Logan, West Virginia MARGARET M. CURLEY Richmond, Virginia DOROTHY E. DAWLEY Richmond, Virginia GWENDOLIN J. DAWSON Virginia Beach, Va. FRANCES LEE DRIGOERS Richmond, Virginia CHARLOTTE MCA. DLIDLEY Richmond, Virginia GLADYS REBECCA EIIES Blackstone, Virginia JEANNEITE EVANS Richmond, Virginia MARGAIIE1' E. FORRER Richmond, Virginia BETTY LEE Fox WLlSlllI1gf0D, D. C. CAROLYN CARY Richmond, Virginia LORENE C. GERMAN Richmond, Virginia HELEN GRIMM Wincliester, Virginia JANET ALMA HANFT Raleigh, N. C. DOROTPIY V. I-IEWES Chester, Pennsylvania JESSIE PERSINGER HIBBS Richmond, Virginia wi 5.Jl"',,.2"' xxxkki ffl . . . CLASS OF 1941 ' ,, I A5 I-l g. I av FRANCES V. DEBOE Chatham, Virginia HELEN MARIE DODD Richmond, Virginia TRUMAN C. DUNCAN Palmyra, Virginia BARBARA RUTH ECKLES Richmond, Virginia JOSEPI-IINE F, FENNELL Richmond, Virginia MILDRED- LEE FORD Newport News, Va. VIRGINIA E. GARRETT Blackstone, Virginia ANNE WHITE GARTH Mechums River, Va. FRANCES R. GREENEAUM Richmond, Virginia K. E. GREENEBAUM Short Hills, New jersey D. B. HALISHBARGER St. Albans, West Va. IVIARY E. HENRY Hopewell, Virginia HELEN JAMES HiLL Richmond, Virginia MARY E. HINCHMAN Richmond, Virginia CATHERINE B. HoovER Richmond, Virginia MILDRED HOWERTON Suffolk, Virginia MILDRED C. HUTCHISON Richmond, Virginia DOROTHY M. JACOBS Charlottesville, Va. ANNE F. JOHNSTONE Charleston, W. Va. RITA JEAN KAPILOEE Richmond, Virginia ELSIE KATHERINE KIDD Richmond, Virginia ELEANOR C. KINDELI. Richmond, Virginia MAIXGAIKET JANE LEE Bluefield, West Va. KATHRYN R. LEVISTON Richmond, Virginia PATRICIA A. LINDSAY Petersburg, Virginia ANNE ELIZABETH LovE Hampton, Virginia PI-IY1.LIs MARIE LUDERS Essex Fells, New jersey HELEN D. MARTIN Richmond, Virginia C L A s s A OF I 941 JEANNE W. HUFFMAN Richmond, Virginia BETTY MAY HULBURT Arlington, Virginia D. FLORENCE JACOBSEN Brown's Store, Virginia FRANCES V. JESTER Chincoteague, Virginia BETTY PAGE KEMP Richmond, Virginia ELIZABETH A. KEESEE Bluelield, West Virginia DOROTHY LoLIIsE KYTE Fanwood, New jersey ADA MAY LAND Richmond, Virginia FRANCES L. LEWIS Richmond, Virginia NAONII LEWIS Richmond, Virginia ANITA G. LOVING Richmond, Virginia JULIETTE P. LOVING Richmond, Virginia MAIKTHA W. IVICCABE Richmond, Virginia BETTY MELIUS New York, New York MARIE L. MoRRIssEY Richmond, Virginia DOROTHY Lou MOTLEY Richmond, Virginia EDITH H. NI.INNAI.I.Y Richmond, Virginia MAYME F. O'FLAHIzRYT Richmond, Virginia NELI. C. OVNEIL Richmond, Virginia MAliY BENNETT OWEN jarratt, Virginia EVELYN M. POMEROY Front Royal, Virginia A. CONSTANCE POWELL Richmond, Virginia E. IVIARION RAWLS Richmond, Virginia ANNE Fox RIIQER New York, New York ANNA MAIIIE RUE Culpeper, Virginia ELSIE V. SA'I'l'ElWUHITE Richmond, Virginia PEGGY SETTLE Short Hills, New jersey MAILY ANN SHEEI-IAN Richmond, Virginia JEAN L. NEASMITH Tonwanda, New York KIRA NICHOLSKY New York, New York MARY G. OMOHUNDRO Richmond, Virginia VIRGINIA B. OIxIoHuNDRo Fork Union, Virginia ANN C. PHILLIPS Richmond, Virginia CATHERINE K. PHILLIPS Richmond, Virginia FRANCES OMEGA PRICE Bealeton, Virginia MARGARET L. PURCELL Richmond, Virginia BETTY CARSON RILEY South Boston, Virginia MARY E. RILEY Richmond, Virginia HANAH MIRIALI SCOTT Richmond, Virginia TI-IELMA ANNE SELDES Richmond, Virginia DAVENE H. SHIIIIMIN Miami, Florida MARY ALICE SMITH Richmond, Virginia xf l'i ". I nu u ll nn II nu C L A S S Q F I 9 4 I 'U N" mul A I 'H 1:21 4 5 a 1541 3. MARTHA H. SNEAD Fork Union, Virginia KATHERINE A. SPENCER Lynchburg, Virginia JANE W. TREvvE'I'r Ashland, Virginia F. ELIZABETH TROWER Richmond, Virginia CLARA E. VAWTER Vienna, Virginia MARGARETTE GAY VIA Richmond, Virginia JEANNE I.. WILKINS Fanwood, New jersey ANTOINETTE P. WIRTH Richmond, Virginia NANCY H. WRIGHT Richmond, Virginia A , 4 l EE. 53 -fi' af ASS OF l94l - 3335 K ' fi BERNICE I. STEPHENSON Richmond, Virginia ELLIE TERRETTA Stony Creek, Virginia SUZANNE A. TRUSSELL Port Wfashington, N. Y. PAULETTE P. TUCK Richmond, Virginia E. WHITEHORNE Richmond, Virginia FRANCES E. WILEY Richmond, Virginia BETTY H. WooDsoN Richmond, Virginia ANN LovE WOODWARD Richmond, Virginia MARION A. YANCEY Clarksville, Virginia I'Iw!i'ii4ii'i ii1iLii1i 3Li1 4 1 inn iiiigii-1 I- if .il T. C. WILLIAMS SCHGQL QF LAW A Q' 1 AJS. ,.-F,-L' 184,13 . vi 7 , f 'V , -A 'iffiz 'rf , . I 2 Y 'vw-Af.-:" : " '-Q41 -,- iii " ferr -- A ,wx Yr EA I A vf-LT STUDENT GCDVERNMENT ASSCDCIATION T, C. XWILLIAMS SCHOOL OF LAW Executive Ofcerx JOSEPH A. ALEXANDER, jr. ............. Pmfirlerzt ALLAN H. LANE, jr. ...... .... V ice-Presidefvzt WILLIAM D. TEMPLE . . . .... Sem-emfy SAMUEL H. ALLEN .... ..,. T reafurer f aa P STUDENT GQVERNMENT ASSQCIATIQN T. C. WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF LAW The Senate ERNEST H. DERVISHIAN DAVID C. RICE EDMUND D. VICARS BRAXTON B. TOWNSEND DAVID M. WHITE, jr. . , H- ,Ir L 'lllf 3 I N .ag1"'2 4 Ear l. tgzfis? I .. ,'f,.,1, . I lgyah L'5,:l"'I 1 . ,.ffI14f . 1 4 r I 'rv 5 ' 1 ' f-'if' " I ..?'f "five If W ' I . ' FII?-'IQQr. 4- A A F' ,N 1' Q'-3?-51 I . ,,, A . I " Z 'Vg -:Iv Ir - I 1 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSGCIATION T. C. WILLIAMS SCHOGL OF LAW H 07201' C 0Zl1'1f DONALD S. SLAGLE ................ Chief jzuzice HAROLD A. FAGGEN BERNARD W. MCCRAY WILLIAM S. KELL G. THOMAS TAYLOR Ghgicefzs C LAS S GF 19 3 8 T. C. WI LLIAM S SCI-ICDCDI. CDF LAW SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ROBERT B. MURRIE ........ Pmrident ERNEST H. DERVISHIAN, Vice-P1-emienz EDMU ND D. VICARS, Secrezfafy-T1'en51z1'e1' .inns-nn umm uuunnuun unuvnnn -mum umm mmm umm umuunn um: CLASS F1938 T. C. WILLIAMS SCI-IGCDL GF LAW VIRGINIA: IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND: Members of the Senior Class 11. Faculty of the University of Richmond Law School To the Honorable F. W. Boatwright, judge of the said court: Humbly complaining, showeth unto your honor, your orators, the Senior Class of the Uni- versity of Richmond Law School, that: Qlj In the year of 1955 there were made to your complainants by the above named de- fendants certain promises, enticements, assurances, etc., in order to cause your complainants to enter into the study of what is known and described as the Law, Q25 That relying on the said defendants, and having been lulled into a sense of safe-keeping and security both as to our present positions and as to our potential successes, an immediate perusal of the modern off-shoots of Blackstone was begun by your complainants, Q5j That soon after, we, your complainants, discovered that though the said defendants were anxious to obtain our entrance into these studies, they were to the same degree ready, willing, and able to speed our exit, unless compliance was made with certain rules, regulations and re- quirements which were to say the least, onerous, irritating, and provoking, Q4j That during the preceding three years although there cannot be laid claim to a literal performance, there has been at least a substantial compliance with the above mentioned re- strictions and stipulations, but only through the perseverance of your complainants, and the soon acquired ability to withstand intellectual rebuff at the hands of the defendants above mentioned, Q55 Therefore, forasmuch as your orators, the surviving members of the Freshman Class of 1955, are remediless in the premises, save in this court of final resort, we pray that the Faculty of the Law School be made parties defendant to this bill and be required to be present at a certain ceremony on june 7, 1958, in order to justify the aforesaid mentioned conduct they have exhibited during the time previously mentioned, that an injunction may issue permanent- ly restraining these defendants from withholding any longer the degree of LL.B., promised, worked for, and to which each member of this class is justly entitled, the withholding of which would cause irreparable injury to your complainants, and that all such other further and general relief as in the premises may be just, be granted, and your complainants will ever pray, etc. THE SENIOR Crass. nunnn1lunnunnnuian4InulninInnunuumnuumunnnn nuunmunnnnmnuunn CLASS OF l938 JOSEPH A. ALEXANDER, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Apjzlimnt for LL.B. Degree B.A. University of Richmond: Kappa Alphzxg Omi- cron Delta Knppng Intermediate Honorsg Deans Listg President Stuclent Governmentg Member Honor Courtg Freshman Law Prizeg Member Board of Publicaltionsg Chancellor of Exchequer McNeill Law Societyg justinizm Law Clubg Member State Bar. fl' I , - I '57 v' ' fl Q21 anim ll' lllmyr. JAMES B. BRENNAN WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA A pplimnl for LL.B. Degree B.A. University of West Virginiug Kappa Alpha. M7 f SC'-sly I .hx ERNEST H. DERVISHIAN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnt for LL.B. Degree University of Richmondg Sigma Nu Phig Member Student Government Senateg Vice-President Senior Classy McNeill Law Societyg Member State Bar. mnmu ununnnmnmmnmmmununmunnnununuunuurnnuuunmunnunnumnn T. C. WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF LAW 4unininnnnun:muininininnun-unininininininnunnmunununnmunmunmunnn HAROLD A. FAGGEN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for LL.B. Degree University of Richmond, Business Administration Schoolg Certified Public Accountant, Virginiag Member Honor Courtg McNeill Law Societyg jus- tinian Law Clubg Member State Bar. M M umm ,I nt . X E ra- . ,r ' - J '- r i, wf 9, Q ? ' tl 2 -LL I fi- ALLAN H. LANE, JR. LAWRENCE R. MORGAN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA IAEGER, WEST VIRGINIA Applicant for LL.B. Degree Applicant for LL.B. Degree BA. UrliVCrSifY of RiCl1m0f1f-ll Sigma Phi Epsilonz Concord State Teachers Collegeg University of Glee Club: Harlenuin Club: Vice-President Student Kentucky. Government Associationg Vice-Chancellor McNeill Law Societyg Assistant Librariang Justinian Law Clubg Member State Bar. DONALD S. SLAGLE NORFOLK, VIRGINIA A pplimnf for LL.B. Degree Wfilliam and Mary Collegeg Delta Theta Phig Mem- ber Student Government Senateg Chief justice of Honor Court: Chancellor of McNeill Law Societyg Assistant Librarizmg justinian Law Clubg Member State Bar. I1unnlnunInnnnnuninnnnnunnu1annunnuunun:mnnuum:nunuunnuunnuuuu CL ASS ROBERT B. MURRIE LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA Applirzmt for LLB. Degree V.P.I., Texas A. 8: M., Delta Theta Phig President "1 -. n MJ sflgu 'a , all' ll! W. ..u- v --:A --ilk, ufiww, T' T -... Senior Classy Member State Bar. EVERETT S. SLAGLE NORFOLK, VIRGINIA A p pliravft for LLB. Degree Williaixw and Mary Collegeg Norfolk Division-V.P.I Vice-President Freshman Classg McNeill Law So cietyg Member State Bar. OF 1938 anuunnnnnnunnunnnmnnnnunnnununununnan1nunnum:nnuluunnunnulunnn T. C. WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF LAW nu uunuuuun nunnumnnnnnunu mnunmnuun nnnnnumuunmuun FRED H. TIMBERLAKE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for LLB. Degree A.B. University of Richmondg Omicron Delta Kap- pag Sigma Alpha Epsilong Delta Theta Phig Treas- urer Student Government Associationg President In- termediate Classg Law School Editor Collegiang Business Manager Webg Co-Editor Law School Handbookg Assistant Librariang McNeill Law So- cietyg Iustinian Law Clubg Member State Bar. 5 152 555 f fl., .M Y . 1 'WI' A' Q li - ' EDMUND D. VICARS ESTI-IER S. WEINBERG WISE, VIRGINIA FREDERICK, MARYLAND Applimnt for LL.B. Degree A pplicalzl for LLB. Degree Emory and Henry Collegeg Member Student Govern- Hood College. ment Senateg Secretary-Treasurer Senior Classg Mem- ber McNeill Law Societyg Member State Bar. Oflgicefzs y CLASS OF 1939 T. C. WILLIAMS SCI-IOOL OF LAW CLASS I-IISTORY NUMBEILING 54 strong and representing 16 different colleges, the Class of 1959 began its first year "as a strong man to run a race." Ours has been a steeplechase, and as we near the end of our second year We find only 14 of the 34 starters remaining with us. Mr. Muse was certainly correct when he told us that law was a jealous mistress and warned us of the snares and pitfalls of the way. Legal fraternities and school politics soon took their place along with briefs and case books. We played our politics with heat and ardor. As fresh- men we were led by "Judge" Williams whose "organization" lived a meteoric career. The turning of the wheel brought us Sam Allen to be our President as Intermediates. In the spring of 1957 we organized a soft- ball team and played in the Richmond College Inter-Mural League. Long will be remembered our able and argumentative pitcher White and our Slugger Salvatti. Our second year has served to show us that we were not so far advanced as we thought and that there was still a little law to be learned. Coming into contact with Practice, Evidence, Criminal Procedure and Wills? fbut no Administrationsj we have lost some of our first-year confidence. Looking ahead, we have the State Bar to hurdle and our Senior year to run. Don't bet on us for we are as temperamental as a two-year-old. SRenamed Bills and Wills by McLemore. INTERMEDIATE . CLASS OFFICERS SAMUEL H. ALLEN ..... Preridenl BRAXTON B. TOWNSEND, Vice-Pre.rizZe11l WILBER M. LEWIS, S6L'l'Efdl'y-Tf'edfl1I'8l' SAMUEL H. ALLEN SOUTH HILL, VIRGINIA Pi Kappa Alphag University of Richmondg Law School Editor The Webg Business Manager The Webg McNeill Law Societyg Treasurer Student Government Associationg President Intermediate Classg Assistant Librarian, WILLIAM L. KELL BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA University of West Virginiag Kappa Alphag Mc- Neill Law Societyg Member Honor Court. WILBER M. LEWIS ASHLAND, VIRGINIA Randolph-Macon Collegeg Kappa Sigmag Secretary- Treasurer Intermediate Class. CLASS I940 J' AI" 5 Ak 'I"I'5'If'W5L4 ' ffl IV 1?:.:- 1? 3,9 I ""' IMI ' -. , ' ,mx 't,a""5 I, ' I S, " . " .. I I ,- W . ,Q lfzfgi-5ifIz'I'g.iQ lllllff ' 4..- 4 5 ' -G 1 I I II 'Zh 5,5111 5 IGI' -' : " Vfrr- X' 7" Wu.. T. C. WILLIAMS ROBERT B. HARRIS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA B.A. University of Richmondg Phi Delta Omegag Omicron Delta Kappag Pi Delta Epsilong Delta Theta Phi. J. CLOPTON KNIBB BYBEE, VIRGINIA A.B. Lynchburg Collegeg McNeill Law Society. BERNARD W. MCCRAY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA B.A. Virginia Military Inslituteg Delta Theta Phig Member Honor Court. OF CLASS 1940 OF myllllll will W" lt: 'Wg- -x fl I gy :Ji ll E - iff I P ': . ,. .7 I E . -EL. ' -J :GF .W-.I ' " -5- -. .,-. W- . fi H SCI-lOOl. OF LAW JAMES L. MCLEMORE, JR. SUFFOLK, VIRGINIA Randolph-Macon Collegeg Phi Kappa Sigmag Phi Alpha Delta. CHARLES I-I. RYLAND UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA B.A. University of Richmonclg Phi Gamma Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha, Presi- dent Student Government Richmond College. HENRY J. SCHRIEBERG RICHMOND, VIRGINIA University of Richmondg Phi Alphag University of Virginia Law School, Graves Law Society. DAVID C. RICE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA B.S. Hampden-Sydney Collegeg Kappa Sumag Omi- cron Delta Kappa, McNeill Law Societyg Vice- President Freshman Classg Member Student Gov- ernment Senate. LOUISE SAMPSON CLIFTON FORGE, VIRGINIA William and Mary Collegeg University of Virginia Law School. ULYSSES L. SWEENEY, JR. DUMBARTEN, VIRGINIA Randolph-Macon College, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Delta Theta Phig Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class. G. THOMAS TAYLOR RICI-IMOND, VIRGINIA B.A. University of Richmondg Phi Delta Omegag Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, McNeill Law Societyg Member Hofnor Court, Editor The Brie . BRAXT ON B. TOWN SEND PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA B.A. University of Richmond, Phi Kappa Sigmag Varsity Clubg McNeill Law Society, Member Stu- dent Senateg Vice-President Intermediate Class. DAVID M. WHITE, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Hampden-Sydney Collegeg Sigma Chig Delta Theta Phi, McNeill Law Society, Member Student Senate. CLASS OF 1940 J' M l, ,Ia m 17. I- , l K g f lib ? W f.-. Ku I 'A ., ' ... QA-.. . 1-1 WILLIAM D. TEMPLE PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Hampden-Sydney Collegeg Chi Phig Secretary Stu dent Government Association, Editor The Col legian. RANDOLPH W. TUCKER NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA Washington and Lee University, Phi Kappa Psi Sigma Delta Chi, Delta Theta Phi. ERNEST H. WILLIAMS, JR. SMITHFIELD, VIRGINIA A.B. Virginia Military Instituteg Delta Theta Phi President Freshman Class. ojjrcea CLASSCDF1941 T. C. WILLIAMS SCHGCDL GF LAW CLASS HISTGRV ON SEPTEMBER 13, 1957, we enrolled, 21 in number, just another fresh- man class with the idea that if we studied industriously we might master the law. However, we very quickly learned from the upperclassmen that industriously was putting it mildly. First there was the heretofore over- looked item of an analytical mind, without which one was hopeless ab initio, regardless of assiduous application to studies. An analytical mind was only one of the many prerequisites of a legal education. As was explained, if one studied all of the time, one stood a remote chance of passing some of his classes. To accomplish the near im- possible of passing them all, one must put aside all thoughts of the outer world although it was admitted that there might be time for three squares and a short nap every twenty-four hours. As for dates, it was contempt of court to even think of a woman. Nothing short of a laabear rorpzzr should be allowed to take us away from our books. By examination time we were convinced that the upperclassmen were right. Not one of us thought that we would pass and we began exchanging ideas about likely far places to head for after the last exam-the South Sea Islands, the African jungles, or back to work in father's store. Exams came and were sweated through, and then the long wait for re- ports. With fear and trembling we opened THE LETTERS which con- tained the verdict of the jury. Imagine our joy when we learned that the verdict had been found in favor of the defendants! So now we occasionally find time to commit a trespass q.c.f. fvi et arnzirj by breaking the close of the outer world and entering thereinto. However, in the words of Kipling "Lest WE Forget, Lest WE Forget." FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS E. PARKER BROWN P1 emient Moonv E. STALLINGS Vice P1 erzdefzr HERBERT HEADEN Senelafy T1 earmez CLASS 1941 J' .fsgig Ii .V 'Q T71 Aiff -,Aw .. A . . 53 .x5ifY"!f-as-:,Iqq1..V 'swf' 4- f 'm w visiyi-1,J' f . 1 "" .MM -I in -'f" W' I -.- - I X QM .wi-v ' f- F511 E... T. C. WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF LAW WILLIAM R. BLANDEORD BEAUMONT, VIRGINIA Hampden-Sydney Collegeg Chi Phig Omicron Delta Kappa. JOHN W. COLLYER, jr. PORTSIIIOUTII, VIRGINIA Elon Collegeg Sigma Phi Betag Phi Gamma Mu. M. EDWARD EVANS APPOMATTOX, VIRGINIA Wake Forest College OF E. PARKER BROWN SUFFOLK, VIRGINIA B.A. University of Richmondg Phi Kappa Sigmag President Fresh- man Class. MARTHA B. CONWAY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA William and Mary Collegeg As- sistant Editor The Collegian. LENA D. FIORENTINO PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA State Teachers College, Fredericks- burg, Va. EZRA T. CARTER GATE CITY, VIRGINIA Emory and Henry Collegeg Phi Pi Alphag University of Virginia. J. NEWTON DOVEL LURAY, VIRGINIA Bridgewater College. JAMES W. FLIQTGI-IER SPERRYVILLE, VIRGINIA University of Richmondg Phi Kappa Sigma. CLASS OF l94l Liiii? 5 Sf I ,,... .. . "-J? - -5-: . .: r I if T. C. WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF LAW WILLIAM S. GOODE HERBERT HEADEN WILDMAN S. KINCHELOE, jr. CLIFTON FORGE, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA CREWE, VIRGINIA B.S. Virginia Polytechnic Insti- University of Richmondg Secre- B.A. University Of Richmondg Phi tutcg Pi Delta Epsilong Omicron tary-Treasurer Freshman Class. Beta Kappa, Delta Kappa. LEWIS' E. LLICIE, jr. ELIOI J. NANNINI BOOKS P. SI-IETTER ALFRED A. SKEEN, jr. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA CONNELLSVILLE, PA. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA CLINTWOOD, VIRGINIA University of Richmond. A.B. Duquesne University. B.A. University Of Richmonclg Emory and Henry Collegeg Pi Lambda Chi Alpha. Gamma Mu. MOODY E. STALLINGS ABRAM P. STAPLES, jr. JOSEPH R. WALKER SUFFOLK, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Hampden-Sydney Collegeg Kappa University of Richmond. University of South Carolina. Alpha 3 Vice-President Freshman Class. umnununmnannnnnnuumuun nnnnn :nun--mnmnmm r nnunuuunuuuununnunnumnunnmnumnaninmnunnunnnmnnammnnumnnm MCNEILL LAW SQCIETV nunnunmmnuunmuanumnnn nnnuunuunnnmnmn-anupinmnnumnnmmnuunn Ojicem' l nnunnunnnuummnuuuun DONALD S. SLAGLE ........... lwzrellor ALLAN H. LANE, jr. ..... Vive-dimnrellor JOSEPH A. ALEXANDER, jr., T xl we .! pi., lll ll Chancellor of the Exchequer l l Memberx Ernest H. Dervishian Fred H. Timberlake Harold A. Faggen Edmund D. Vicars Everett S. Slagle Samuel H. Allen William L. Kell J. Clopton Knibb David C. Rice G. Thomas Taylor Braxton B. Townsend David M. White, jr. james W. Fletcher Wildman S. Kincheloe Elio Nannini Family Malcolm R. Doubles Ralph T. Catterall William T. Muse A. Fleet Dillard Lunmunuummnunn unmnnunnumuanuumuunuuuuu num:-nunuInnunsnnnnnnuunnnnununuunuuununuunnin:nunnunnm:inannunnnunnnnunnnnnmnnlnnn DELTA TI-IETA Pl-II FRATERNITY M emberx Bernard W. McCray Ulysses L. Sweeney, jr. Randolph W. Tucker David M. White, jr. Donald S. Slagle Robert B. Murrie Robert B. Harris Wilbur M. Lewis E. H. Williams, jr. William R. Blandford john W. Collyer, jr. Moody E. Stallings Herbert Headen Fred H. Timberlake james H. Barnett William T. Muse M. Ray Doubles William S. Cudlipp, jr. nnlnninunnlnnnuaninunnnnmnnuuununnnnnnunuuauunnn:nnunnnlnnuuuuuuunnmnmum-un 'SLB' HH'- iV ' , .Jf .rf . T - I4 r V'--'l' :i'.'iefn ij: -L 'ggi' 5 unnnnuun fl r ? 'D 'U v uf' 4. .La-gffgw A 1. M by 153,55 ff -iv- - .4- sy, ,, . .9 .5- FL .1-A 1 JU fl I-..--x, ' , , ' ,,u . s " ' . Q IVF girfdilgf - u Q 3 RL-:gg yT1U,4 5 I ATHLETIC STAFF T S K T T Director of Physical Edzzration GLENN F. THISTLETHWAIT13 Basketball, Baseball and Freslaman Sports MALCOLM U. PITT Assistant Football .......... RUSSELL CRANE Graclzzate Manager ami Golf Coach W. FRED CAYLOR LEONARD V. KIELPINSKI . . . ..... Preridwzz ALBERT L. JACOBS ....... . . . Vice-Prerideul SHANKS M. WILBORN . . . ...... Secremry FRANK R. ALVIS .................... Trefzfzzrer Firrt row, lefl 10 right: Hughes, Wilborn, Flax, Montgomery, Kielpinski, A. Jacobs, God- sey, Alvis, Stoneburner. Second row: Moore, Knight, Field, Norvell, Hang, Leitch, Powers, Martin, Dickinson. Third row: Spears, Marchant, Copley, Harrington, Siddall, Morrison, Kennedy, Burge, Sanford. Fonrtla row: Straughan, Taylor, Arendall, Van Buskirk, Lawless, Correll, George. HEADED in 1957 by Leonard Kielpinski, star fullback and quarterback, the Varsity Club has had a successful season. The club Was formed to include in one organization all the men on the campus who had won a letter in a major sport or three in some minor sport. Campus dances have been the chief outlet for the energies of this organization. During the winter months the group held a dance and duplicated this again in the Spring. Both dances were hailed as great successes by the Richmond College campus. Composed of some 45 men, this organization furnishes a medium by which all the athletes can find common inter- ests and associations among members of their teams in many branches of athletic activity. One may enter the group by winning a letter in Football, Basketball, Track, or Base- ball. l i VARSITY CLUB D n ,-,1,f.- G01 OH bgooi ding iff' I0 '?IafVeY H' 0 Sfcfli-is Hglugv Cuf t COUHHGXT cl A dl-Cwii' RISIEEL Br0?1ddub Bul1oCk- . 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Slnou u r m n : ,ff 2, Q xr s fern cn, n 1 n .e Ea r ,', u - male snr . o 1 I . 1 1rr1eu1:. . , :ur 1 1 ro e rl fm 1 a r no . Q e ' r v, P. 1. wa: ha r 1-5:1 . .I . 1 u e 1 a 1 z E ,y na 1 n gn- f . Phe 11 n ra a ' 2 ry 1- 1: u If U . r he r c 1 1a an r ., fn u 1. . nn q aa p 11 d z r . run ax 1 n 1 e ' Q- n Q 4 . T be 4 e e . 1 Q , e r I1 . I Y M- . e 1 1 1 , 111. lu ' A e- r , r 1 A u . .ua 'ne J . L' I L' ll I tl 11 . 1 n ll en : . 1 5 n - .v . 7 1 1 1 1 1, 1- uf - . . , - 1 1 or-mas Top row, left to right: Morrison, Via, Hoskins Pendleton, Kielpinski, Lilwless, Merrick, Norvell, ' Sinar, Marchant, Dickenson, Straughan. Bottom roufs Powers, Montgomery, Daven- port, Alvis, Robinson, Keiinedy, Francisco, Spears, Faris, Tyler, Wright, Sanford, , Cezzter: Siddall, cC21Pf2l.iU7 ,Thistle- thwaite fffoachj. 4? , App1'e1zz'ice School, 6-6 'ki 5 . . ' Richmond's Spiders opened the 1937 grid season against a well- balanced and strong Ap- prentice eleven at Newport News in a night game. The hard-fought tie proved that the Sophomore mettle of last season had greatly improved. Merrick and Burge were the sopho- more standouts under fire for the first time. "I-Ieebien Spears hit right tackle for a five-yard push. Two plays netted the Red and Blue squad no gain, but "Bullet, Pen- dleton rammed through the line on the final play for a marker. "Chuck" Siddall's attempt for the point was blocked by a hard-charging, shiphuilder forewall. Late in the fourth quarter, Wilson and Compton x i I gained first downs for Apprentice with wide end sweeps, carrying the sphere own deep in Spider territory. Compton, od the next play, swept end for twelve yilrds, finally being knocked out of bounds orii the Spider thirteen-yard line by chunky Bill Via. Compton then plunged right tackle for the score. Try for the extra point was blocked by Bill Burge. Featuring the game was Pendleton's bril- liant punting duel with Madsen. Both got off long booming kicks deep into the op- ponents' territory. Powers, Burge and Mer- rick stood out among the new men that played. Rmzdolph-Nlfzcofz, 6-O At Mayo Island on a hot, sultry after- noon, the Spiders tamed a veteran jicket eleven with a lone touchdown that ame late in the fray. "Hoot" Pendleton prrinved the star of the day, for the Ashlanders never seemed to be able to stop his po' ful line plunges as he lowered his l and rammed through. In the opening moments of the game, Pendleton and Welch had a kicking duel, with Lawless making swift returns fod the University of Richmond. In the in-itial quarter there were no goal line threats, and the longest Spider punt traveled down to the jacket 25. In the last quarter, Spears flipped a pass wer- nead A. B. Marchant, All-State l , . I. ...Q f 1 , - . , 1 I Left 10 right: Haw fManagerj, Siddall fCaptainj, Thistletliwaite QCoachj to Burge, who lateraled to Kielpinski for a first down on the jacket 51-yard line. The ball was again placed in play on the Randolph-Macon nine-yard line, first and goal to go. Spears made three yards through right guard. Pendleton drove over left for one more, and on the next down was not to be denied. Siddall's try for the extra point was low. Wd5hf7Zgl'fJ7Z and Lee, 0-6 With the Spider invasion of the Generals' stronghold, hopes for a State Championship team were dimmed for Richmond. Playing poor football the Spiders fumbled frequently, losing the ball whenever a chance to score presented itself. Wasliington and Lee scored in the first quar- ter, after getting possession of the ball on the Spider 45, after a short kick by Pendleton. Craft passed for twenty-five yards to Borries, who caught the ball on Richmond's twenty. Howard spun through for 13 yards, took the ball again through the line for a first down on the eight- yard line. Dunlap threw a long to Spessard. Interference was called on the play, and the Generals were given the ball on Richmond's eight, first and four to go. Howard rammed over on his second try at the line. In the second half, the Spiders made several drives deep into the Generals' territory, but the attack bogged down as the ball neared the goal. Hoskins, on a long pass to Mar- chant, began a belated rally that ended when a Spears pass was in- tercepted by Dunlap. The game ended as Richmond was again put on defense. The U. of R. line played stellar ball all evening, but pass inter- ception and fumbles broke the spirit of a hard-fighting ball club. Hoskins and Marchant were Spider standouts. Romzoke, 21-12 On a damp held at Roanoke, a superior Spider eleven downed a fighting Maroon team. Scoring in every period, Richmond's line held beautifully, while the backs drove through the hard-charging Roan- oke forewall. Stuart Hoskins began the fire- works, cutting off left tackle in the first period behind perfect inter- ference, slipped past the halves, and outran the safety man to score. "Hoot" Pendleton, just before the end of the half, climaxed a forty- yard drive by plunging over the Maroon line for another touch- down. In the third period Roanoke be- gan a scoring thrust that was not to be denied, after Crumley re- peatedly went through the Spider line for gains. Red and Blue re- taliated with a swift touchdown, climaxed by a forward lateral from Spears to Burge to Kielpinski. Ken Moore, of the Roanoke eleven, made a difficult catch of Pednau's pass over the goal to score the host's final touchdown in the clos- ing moments of the game. A gallant bid by the crimson men was stemmed by the fighting Spiders. Virginia Military Institute, 7-21 In a game much closer than the score indicated, the Flying Squadron and the Spiders played a cautious game. In the initial quarter, Trezciak's eighty-yard kick ended a brief Spider threat as the two elevens fought on even terms. Capitalizing on Pendleton's short kicks, V.M.I. drove down to the Richmond 19 on straight football with Shu carrying the sphere. Again Red and Blue suffered FH- V--it KICKOFF ..... -X I l .I I at THROUGH THE LINE ..... a break when interference was ruled, giving the Cadets possession of the ball on Richmond's four-yard line. Holding magnificently for three downs, the line gave in onthe last to hard plunging Paul Shu. Soon after, Coleman, Cadet tackle, blocked a Spider kick on the thirty, which rolled to the twenty. Coleman picked it up and ran down to Richmond's three before he was finally stopped. Trezciak crashed over for the tally. Again Trezciak's educated toe put the Spiders on their own one-foot line, and a poor punt gave the Cadets 6 TACKLE ..... ,--:air PASS ..... I their last opportunity to score. From the forty- yard line, Trezciak carried the ball ver on three plays. Richmond began to click late in the game, when Hoskins intercepted i passg he and Lawless carried the ball over for the U. of R. tally. A last-minute drive pogged down when the whistle ended the rooters' clamor for another touchdown. l C had el , 0-2 6 Under the lights at Charleston, the Univer- sity of Richmond made its poorest showing against a classy Southern eleven. In tlhe first quarter, under the impetus of Robinsbn, the military men pushed over two scores. Almost a repetition of the first h lf was the last half of the contest. Robinson and Smith, on long end sweeps, pushed oper an- other score before the third quarter was many minutes old. As the game was drawibg to a close Robinson ran sixty yards through the entire Richmond team for six points. Dzzqzzewe, 0-24 Strictly on the defensive, the University of Richmond encountered a highly touted Du- quesne at Pittsburgh under the arcs. Boyd Brumbaugh and Clipper Smith accounted for the two first-half tallies after runs of 75 and 65 yards, respectively. On a deceptive play, the Dukes gained a score on a pass from Onder to Mangore, who lateraled to Mc- Keeta. This play was good for 49 yards. Du- quesne's final score came after a 74-yard march down the field. Onder, hard-driving fullback, plunged over for the touchdown. Late in the game, the Spider offense began to click against a decidedly superior eleven. On two drives the University of Richmond carried the ball down to the Dukes' four-yard line, but then the line became a stone wall which the Spiders could not penetrate. Offensively and defensively the Red and Blue team played a good game, in spite of a four-touchdown trouncing. The Dukes gained 504 yards to Richmond's 264 total. Virginia P0fj'fL'L'bl1fC I11.i'fitm'e, 12-7 In its first home game in many weeks, Rich- mond capitalized on its scoring opportuni- ties early in the game to defeat the Tech men. Striking swiftly, after Lawless returned De- Muro's kick to V.P.I. 6, Hoskins tossed a short pass to Straughan who lateraled the ball to Bill Morrison. He carried the ball over to score. Richmond's second score came when Law- less and Hoskins had placed the ball in scor- ing position on off tackle sweeps. Lawless went through the line for eight yards. Pen- dleton then lowered his head and charged into the V.P.I. line for the touchdown. In the second half, after the Tech men had been stopped on the U. of R. one-foot line at the end of the first half, Henry and De- Muro, Tech's great backs, put the Spiders on the defense. DeMuro returned a Spider punt from his own 8 to his 34. Henry plunged through the line, broke away, and was finally hauled down on the Red and Blue 46. Doxey then caught a 16-yard toss from Henry to place the ball deep in U. of R. territory. Dar- nell and Henry then drove the ball over. At this point lanky Ed. Sinai' entered the game, and, with his long kicks, more than made up for Tech gains. His toe kept Rich- mond out of danger as V.P.I. repeatedly sought to score. This was Richmond's closest game and best one of the season. H am pal en-S yd 716-ji, .Z 9-0 Taking advantage of a Tiger fumble on the U. of R. 55, which Bill Via recovered, the Spiders pushed down into striking distance of the goal. Spears then passed twenty yards to Marchant who tossed a lateral to Dickinson. Dickinson carried the ball across for the tally. On a long punt return by Lawless to the Richmond 42, Red and Blue again drove over the goal with runs by Lawless, Hoskins and Pendleton. In the final quarter, Coach Glenn decided to use some Sophomore talent, and in went Bill Robinson. On his first play, he cut off left end, faked past the halves and was finally brought down on the two-yard line after an eighty-yard jaunt. On the next play he went over. The final minutes were featured by an- other drive by Richmond which ended as the whistle blew. Williafvz and zlflary, 6-0 The Indians' famed "Pete" Bunch was held in check as the Spiders outplayed their tradi- tional rivals on Turkey day to win by a single tally made by Richmond's all stater, A. B. Marchant. Striking swiftly in the first quarter, the Red and Blue team scored, then hung to its slim lead for three more periods of the game. When Ed. Sinar's long arms batted down Bunch's punt, Morrison recovered for the Spiders on the William and Mary 25, to pave the way for the tally. On three plays the team gained 6 yards, then on the fourth down, Hoskins faded back, rified a low pass to Mar- chant, who ran six yards to score. After this it was all Richmond, with Bunch completing only one pass and making one 20-yard run in the entire first half. In the line, stars of the game were Mar- chant, Norvell, and Merrick. Marchant was invincible on his flank until a back injury forced him from the game. Norvell, at guard, stopped many plays before they could reach the line of scrimmage. Merrick, through his keen play diagnosis was able to cut down long gains on the part of Bunch, Indian ace. Playing their last game were Captain Sid- dall, Kielpinski, and Montgomery. These men were the bulwarks of the stone wall that the U. of R. line presented to Indian backs. l l , ,. a, Q . i ALBERT QPETEYQ jacoiss fC4zpminy Petey played a brilliant series of games i J n this, his last year of intercollegiate basketball. Although in- jured in a game with Washington and Le out for the rest of the season, he was named Southern conference team. e and put on the all BASKETBALL WITH four of his live court veterans of the past year gone with graduation and only one tow-headed performer, namely Captain Petey Jacobs, left, Coach Pitt faced prospects for the 1937-'58 basketball season squarely. They were poor, to say the least. A host of hard working sophomores, whose only experience was a year of fresh- man basketball, turned out to be the salva- tion of a quint led by the unquenchable spirit of Petey Jacobs. Out of the nineteen games played during the regular season, the University of Richmond team won lif- teen. Wlmen seven games were still left to be played on the schedule, Captain Jacobs was injured at Lexington playing against the Generals. Determined to lead the team to victory, Jacobs was trying hard. He took a bad spill, and thus ended his career in Basketball forever at the University. Yet, in the games that he had played, he was hailed by all coaches and referees in the conference as its "greatest guardf' After a comparatively easy victory over the Ashland jackets, the Spiders pulled a distinct upset by downing the favored Terrapins of College Park by a 31-26 count. Then, on their initial tour, to the Carolinas, the Spiders took lickings from both Duke and Wake Forest by close scores. The Techmen from V.P.I., in the same week, again took the Spiders' meas- ure. Later in the season, Richmond's more experienced quint downed Tech and the Deacons to even the count with these schools. Against Wasliingtori and Lee the Spiders broke even, winning at home and losing at the camp of the Generals. Coach Tilson had an experienced and well bal- anced squad which gave the Spiders their greatest trouble inside the state. VARSITX' BASKETBALL Fizzrl row, lefl lo right: Spears, Hoskins, Jacobs fCaptainj, Ely, Burge. Seroml row: Dodd, Bragg, Stoneburner, Hobgood, Wriglit QNot in picturej. I11.fert.r.' Pitt fCoachj, Arendall fManagerj The highlight of the season came against the Violets of New York University who were touring the South on a warm-up campaign. In a hard, brilliant fight the Spiders outbattled the New Yorkers by a 54-25 count. Captain Jacobs played his best that evening, guarding like a multi-armed octopus, and scoring frequently. This was the lirst time that the University was able to take over a strong North- ern team in Basketball. At the end of the season, the University of Richmond was well up in the state standings, boasting of thirteen wins against two defeats, both by teams that the Spiders later defeated. Also, in the Southern Conference, Richmond stood well among the first eight teams. In the Conference playoffs, the Spiders met their nemesis in the form of a brilliant Clemson team, and were defeated in the first round by a 35-32 count. Sophomore sensations were Stuart Hoskins, famous for his long set shots and his fighting ability, james Ely, outstanding for his smooth floor play, Bill Burge, known to all for his guarding against N. Y. U., and john Wriglit, who could toss the ball from any angle toward the hoops. All of these men tallied over a hundred points before the season had ended. Seabury Stoneburner, bothered by a bad ankle, nevertheless, saw lots of action, and was a steady player. Ed Bragg, 165 pounds of real fight, also played fine ball for the Spiders. roizinilily, Hoslcins,oDodd. Borlam raw: Wrightfldobgood, Burge "Heebie" Spears, junior, and member of last season's squad, after the absence of Captain Jacobs, was named by his mates to fill his shoes. It was he, who with dogged determination fought to win against great odds. His Hoor work was of the best and his ability to handle the ball won him an important berth. He will again lead the team next year. Duke, Wake Forest, Washing- ton and Lee, and Virginia Poly- technic Institute, were the only teams that beat the Spiders during the regular season. Coach Pitt, as always, the like- able and unselfish tutor, had oc- casion to be proud of the machine that he turned out. He produced a winning team, composed of four- Hfths sophomores, under fire for the first time. Yet, in his character- istic way, Coach was unwilling to claim any of the team's glory for himself, so he declared, "I'm i l t 1 mighty proud of the boys." The boys say, "X5C'e're mighty proud of him." Here is the seasons record: Richmond 55 ' ' 31 41 29 v u 24 19 40 Z5 27 39 34 30 38 36 43 27 52 46 42 32 Randolph-Macon Maryland Hampden-Sydney Wake Forest Duke V. P. I. Hampden-Sydney V. P. I. Randolph-Macon Wake Forest N. Y. U. Wasliington and Lee V. M. I. Virginia Williirin and Mary V. M. I. Walslmington and Lee NXfilliam and Mary Virginia Clemson fConferencc Meet, FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD Firrl row, left 10 right: Brooks, Miller, Locke, Baroody Donahue Alexander Kroutil 301711151 ruzzz' Barney flvfanagerj, Garber, Crisman Humbert Cash Shackelford Iacobs fCoachQ FRE S I-l MAN BASKETBALL Coached for the Hrst time by Ex-Captain Bucky Jacobs, all-state forward for two years, the Uni- versity of Richmond freshmen had quite an im- pressive record for the year, downing four op- ponents and losing to four teams. Outstanding men who played well for the fresh- men were Dick Humbert, versatile six-footer, who played guard in a way that reminded fans strangely of Petey Jacobs, Richard Cash, towering center, who played fine ball all year until he was injured. Hugh Crisman, brainy forward, George Shackleforcl, hard-fighting and hard-working guard, and Ed Garber, who never gave up until the final whistle had blown. Playing against one of the state's best teams in the little Tigers from Hampden-Sydney, the frosh evened the count in two hard battles, winning the first time 32-28, and on the home floor losing by a 17-20 score. By virtue of his hard playing in these games, Dick Humbert made the all-state frosh qurnt, Massanutten and Fork Union Military Academy both took the measure of the little Spiders in hard fought contests, after two spider aces had been eliminated, one for scholastic trouble and the other with an injury. In the season's finale, the little Indians scalped the frosh 53-26 to gain sweet revenge for an earlier 23-21 win by the Richmond live. FRESHMEN, I937-'38 U1Ii1f'e1'.rilyr1f RfC'Z'Hl1011!f Bfzheellaall Scorer Richmond ....,...... 32 Hampden-Sydney , . . Richmond .... ,... 3 4 Randolph-Macon Richmond .... . . . 17 Hampden-Sydney . , . Richmond .... .... 2 6 Randolph-Macon Richmond .... .... 2 9 john Marshall H. S. . Richmond .... .... 2 S Massanutten, M. A. . Richmond .... .... 4 1 Suffolk H. S. .... .. . Richmond .... .... 2 3 Williani and Mary . . Richmond .... .... 2 3 Hargrave, M. A. . . . . Richmond .... .... 2 6 Jefferson H. S. .... . Richmond .... .... 3 6 Fork Union, M. A. . . Richmond .... .... 5 7 Maury High School, , Richmond ........... 26 Williain and Mary . . Numizafxr VUINNERS-RlCl1fll'Ll Humhert, George Shackle- ford, Hugh Crisman, Ed Garber, Richard Cash, Leon Alexander, Milton Baroody, john Locke. BAS E BALI. THE 1937 baseball season was a high- ly successful one for the Spiders in two respects. From the standpoint of team- play the Red and Blue baseballers brought home to Richmond the state championship, after sharing it with Williain and Mary's Indians in 1936. From the standpoint of individual achievement, this '37 season produced one of the most famous athletes ever to wear the Red and Blue. He is Newton "Bucky" Jacobs, the Spider captain, who left the U. of R. a record that has rarely, if ever before, been achieved in college baseball in any section of the country, that of pitching three no-hit, no-run games. Somewhat lacking in physique but with a competitive heart, "Bucky" won seventeen games against one loss in three years of college playing. Spring hadn't quite arrived, but base- ball was certainly in the air when Coach Malcolm U. Pitt called the first prac- tice on Milhiser field for his diamond candidates. It was not without some misgivings that Coach Pitt viewed his prospects for the forthcoming season, for he had the task of filling four im- portant positions made vacant by gradu- ation the previous year. After two Weeks of training, however, Coach Malcolm U. Pitt put together a strong combina- tion which later rolled over all state opposition. Upon the shoulders of Captain "Bucky" Jacobs and James "Slick" Trev- vett, rested the major portion of the hurling chores. George George, a sophomore, took care of the catching vacancy in fine style, while Jimmy Mundy looked like a veteran at first base, a position which he had never played before. Hard-hitting Gus Lynch at second, the sensational "Toots" Gar- ber at shortstop, and red-headed Petey Jacobs at the hot corner rounded out an NEWTON fBUCKYJ JACOBS fCapminJ By pitching three no-hit, no-run games in a single season, Bucky left with us a record that future col- legians will find hard to break. He won seventeen games against one loss in three years of college play- mg. VARSITY BASEBALL Firrl row, left to right: Wool- ling, Garber, A. Jacobs, N. Jacobs, Godsey, Lynch, Trev- vett. Second row: Pitt fCoachJ, Dodd, Walton, Mundy, Marchant, Taylor, Powers, George, Turbyfill fManagerJ infield. Neely Godsey, "clean-up man," Avalon Mar- "Hoss" Walton formed the Spider outfield. The S iders got off to a good start in their quest for the state champio ship by defeating the Buckeyes of Ohio State, 6 to 1, in the fi st game. Jacobs and Trevvett divided the pitching assign- chant, IT1Cl'1f Zlfl were equally effective. A few days later Richmond beat Washin ton and Lee for their second victory. On a trip down into North C rolina, the U. of R. was defeated by Wake Forest College, but ami- a barrage of base-hits including Neely Godsey's home run triu phed over North Carolina's Tarheels by the score of 9 to 8. After defeating Hampden-Sydney, -1 to 3, the Spiders scored a 1 to 0 v'ctory over Virginia Tech, one of the closest games ever played lt the Richmond City Stadium. Captain "Bucky" Jacobs came ou of the contest in possession of a brilliant no-hit, no-run game, tlie first of- three for the season. Ruffner Murray, pitching for the obblers, allowed only one hit, a single by third baseman Petey Ja obs. Coach Pitt's proteges then went on a six-game win- ning st ak, smashing William and Mary, Randolph-Macon, v.M.1., nd scoring second victories over Hampden-Sydney, V.P.I., and Wa hington and Lee. Captain Jacobs chalked up his second no-hit, nl -run contest against Hampden-Sydney during the victory streak, v fhile the game with William and Mary at Williamsburg was won by Gus Lynch's homer in the tenth inning. Wake Forest's strong aggregation next invaded the Spider's do- main and again defeated the Red and Blue team, 8 to 5. Although Richmon of 12 to sible a r d overwhelmed the University of Virginia by the score 1 in the next contest, these same Cavaliers were respon- veek later for Captain "Bucky" Jacobs, only loss in his three years of varsity competition. The Spiders could collect only two hits from Virginia's Bud Abbit, and Jacobs' great three-year victory streak was brought to a close. After losing to the Spiders for four consecutive years, the Navy crushed the U. of R. at An- napolis with the Spiders playing their worst game of the year. Richmond ended the season by duplicating previous victories over V.M.I. and William and Mary. The 2 to O triumph over the Keydets marked a marvelous feat, Jacobs' third no-hit game of the year. When the Spiders downed William and Mary in the last game, they walked off the field in possession of the state championship title. Due to masterful hurling by Captain Jacobs and James "Slick" Trevvett and the ability to come through with base hits in the pinches, the Spiders of 1937 turned in a highly successful season, winning fourteen and losing four games. Coach Malcolm Pitt can rightfully swell his chest with pride when the name of his star pupil, Newton "Bucky" Jacobs, is mentioned, for Jacobs' feat of pitching three no-hit, no-run games in one season is an unheard of one and will probably never be duplicated. "Bucky" later signed a contract with the Washington Senators of the American League and went directly into the majors, after receiving offers from several major league teams. Albert "Petey" Jacobs, hard-hitting third baseman, succeeded his brother "Bucky" as captain of the Spider nine and with only two regulars graduating from this year's squad, the U. of R. bids fair to come up with another strong team of championship calibre next year. The season record: Richmond. . 6 Ohio State ......... 1 Richmond. . 6 V.P.I. .......... . . 3 Richmond. . 7 Washington and Lee. 3 Richmond. . 12 V.M.I. . ......... .. 3 Richmond. . 1 Wake Forest ....... 9 Richmond. . 5 Washington and Lee O Richmond. . 9 North Carolina ..... 8 Richmond. . 5 Wake Forest ...... . 8 Richmond. . 4 Hampden-Sydney . . . 3 Richmond. . 12 Virginia . ..... . . . . . 1 Richmond. . 1 V.P.I. ,........... O Richmond. . 1 Virginia . . . . . 4 Richmond. . 8 William and Mary. . . 7 Richmond. . O Navy .......... . . . 17 Richmond. . 14 Randolph-Macon . . . 1 Richmond. . 2 V.M.I. ....... . . . . . O Richmond. . 4 Hampden-Sydney . . . 0 Richmond. . 5 William and Mary. . . 2 Won 14, Lost 4. FRESHMAN BASEBALL Fflifl row, lefl lo right: Abe- loff, Trevvett. Sefomf row: Ripley, Vaughan, Hoskins, Merrick, Faris, Ely. Third raux' Wilborn fManagerJ, Farwell, Weyer, Burge, Chap- man, Wright, Philpotts, Crane fCoachj 1 I 1 W l WILLIAM LUMPKIN fCnptairzj Although injured in a meet with William and Mary, Captain Lumpkin made a new name for hiniself when he broke the existing Southern Conference record for the two-mile in the indoor tourney at Chapel Hill. I l RACK ALTHOUGH the Spiders broke even in six dual meets, the U. of R's 1937 track team was considered by some Spider followers to be the best in twelve years. The l:1l'Sf reason for this assertion was the fact that Richmond defeated William and Mary's Indians for the first time in twelve years. The Spiders were "laying for" the Indians all season and went to Williamsburg de- termined to scalp the red men, and this they did for the first time since 1926. In addition to this, the '57 season brought to the fore one of the greatest track men ever to wear the Red and Blue, in the per- son of William Latane Lumpkin, crack distance runner and captain of the team. Popular "Lump,', as he is familiarly known, whose running career in college closed with graduation in june, leaves be- hind him an outstanding record. During his college career he broke twelve collegiate records on the cinder paths, including every Richmond distance record except one. He missed Thorpe's record for the mile by nine-tenths of a second. Lumpkin holds the school record for the freshman mile, freshman and varsity cross country, varsity two-mile, and the Southern Con- ference two-mile indoor record. An indoor dual meet with the University of Virginia opened the 1957 track activi- ties for the Spiders. Although not con- sidered a threat to Virginia's strong squad, Richmond garnered enough first and sec- ond places to gain a tie, 45 to 45. Jack San- ford, in the shotput, Ed Field, in the 50- yard dash, Howard Denton, pole vault, and captain Lumpkin, won first places for Richmond. Captain Lumpkin brought Richmond's first Southern Conference record home with him when he broke the existing mark for the two-mile in the conference indoor tourney at Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Richmond entered eight men and placed fourth in the scoring. The first outdoor meet of the year was held at Charlottesville with the Spiders going down before the Cavaliers by the close score of 59 to 67. Going into the last event, the javelin throw, there was only a one-point difference in the score, but the U. of R. was able to get only third place, thereby losing the meet. Lumpkin and Frank Alvis, star hurdler, with two first places, paced the Spiders' scoring. The second dual meet, with Randolph-Macon, on Milhiser field, was a romp for the Spiders. Richmond took every first place and the majority of the second places, posting the overwhelming score of 112 to 14 over the weak Yellow jacket squad. The Spiders' next victory, the long-awaited one over William and Mary, brought more joy than any other to Spider backers. Held at Wil- liamsburg before a large crowd of spectators, the contest was extremely close throughout, with the lead changing several times. In the final event, the low hurdles, Richmond's Frank Alvis went up against Walter Zable, who had defeated him pre- VARSITY TRACK TEAM Fir!! row, lefl to right: Knight, Field, Alvis. Second row: T. Todd, Dickenson, Lumpkin fCaptainj, Bristow, Walton, Denton. Third row: Thistlethwaite fCoachj Minor, Isbell, Conner, R. Todd, Morrison, Sanford, Butler, Harper fManagerj 0 l viously in the Southern Conference tournament. With a final spurt, Alvis barely nosed out Zable to give the Spiders their margin of lvictory. Although they left Williamsburg victors over their traditional rivals, the Spiders were dealt a great stroke of ill-luck that day, for it was discov- ered that Captain Lumpkin had broken a small bone in his foot. This injury served to keep him off the cinder paths for the remainder of the season. . Even without the services of their captain, the Red and Blue harriers brought home the bacon from Lexington a few days jlater when they crushed Washington and Lee, 75 to 51. In topping the Generals by 24 points, the U. of R. showed outstanding strength. Frank Alvis stood out by his defeat of the much-publicized Rogers in the low hurdles. The Spiders did not fare as well with V.M.I's Keydets a week later on their second trip to Lexington. Richmond lost to V.M.I. by the same score by which they had defeated W. 8: L., 75 to 51. Bill O'Flaherty's leap of 5 feet 6 inches took first pface in the high jump, while jack Sanford recorded such a good toss in the discus event, 136 feet SVQ inches, that V.M.I's jim Farley had to set a new V.M.I. record in order to place a close second to Sanfordis throw. In the last dual meet of the year, Maryland invaded Milhiser field, and led by Bill Guckey- son, triumphed over the Richmond ,tracksters, 72 to 54. Guckeyson, husky football star, gar- nered lifteen points, with first placels in the shot, discus, and javelin events. jack Bristow came through with Hying colors for the Spiders, breaking the school record for the 100-yard dash with the time of 9.9 seconds. Bristow accomplished the feat in spite of a bad knee which gave way just after he broke the tape. Howard Denton vaulted twelve feet to win his event easily. The Southern Conference outdoor tourney in the middle of May brought the season to a close. The Spiders placed seventh tp a strong Duke University team which set a new record in scoring 78 points. The season was considered a distinct success by the Spiders in spite of having lost three meets. Frank Alxiis, plucky junior who was outstanding in every meet, was honored for his stellar performance by being chosen captain of next year's squad. With a good freshman squad coming up to lend a hand and with many holdovers from this year's team, prospects are bright for a good season next year. FRESHMAN TRACK T EAM Fir!! row, lefl lo riglyfs Elliott, Wagner, Robinson, Watson, Remine, Talley, Van Leeuewen Second raw: Correll fManagerj, Crowe. Lewis, Turner, Dickenson, Sinar, Elmore, Reid, McNeeley, Thistlethwaite fCoachj I- ' - Y, I , ...I ,V , ig' QL, -. TENNIS TEAM Left fo riglvf: Chalmers, Williams, Leitch, Dickenson fCaptainj, White, Brooks, Chapin, Epstein. TEAM BALANCE rather than individual brilliance carried the University of Richmond tennis team to unprecedented heights in the 1937 season. Dropping only one match, the Spiders won 17 of their 18 engagements and were runners-up to the mighty North Carolina for the Southern Con- ference championship. Al Dickinson, captain and number one player, was succeeded by Bobby Leitch, Richmond public courts champion and runner-up for the Richmond City Championship. Leitch played number two on the 1937 team with Jerry Epstein at num- ber three, George Chalmers, four, and Carroll Williams and Bob White at fifth and sixth positions. Other members of the squad were jimmy Chapin and jack Brooks. Richmond won two victories each over Wake Forest, N. C. State, Mary- land, Hampden-Sydney, William and Mary, Washington and Lee, and V. M. I., and won single matches from Lehigh, American University, and Georgetown. Virginia was the only team to defeat the Spiders in dual meet competition. The University was host to the Southern Conference tennis tournament which was played on the Country Club of Virginia courts. North Carolina won in a romp but second honors went to the Red and Blue representatives. TENNIS Resin: 1937 L. ............. lgichmong W,k.F .A ..-.'-.'. R'l im V. .I. ......... rcumon .. NSC? sillft. . .. Rifilfiifigii.. Hmpdw-Sydney - -..-- Richmond Lehigh hihhqv ' G Richlmmd. A Wrllizlrii and Mary .... Richmond Maryland . ..... .... R ichmond. . MiU'Ylimd - -----'-'-" ' Rfchmong American U. . . . .... Richmond W- 54 L- ' --"" " ' 7 Rfchmond Georgetown . . . .... Richmond N- C' State ""- A ' ' ' Richmond Virginia . ...... . . Richmond V-Ml -"'-'----"" Efcilmond Wake Forest ......... Richmond Wllllnln 8: Mary """ lc lmon Hampden-Sydney .. .... Richmond TENNIS VARSITY GOLF GOLF SCHEDULE 1957 Richmond.. 8V2 Virginia ...... 91 Richmond. .IGW Boston College. 11 Richmond.. 7 Virginia ...... 2 Richmond.. SIA Cornell ....... 31 Richmond. .MDW W. 8: L. ...... 71 Richmond. .175 Hampden-Sydney 1 Richmond.. 7 W.8cL. ...... 11 W' ' l l l Left to right: Somers fManagerj, Lamb, Gordon, Mallonee, Grinnan, Ewell, Caylor fCoachj l ciaoss coomiufav l CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE Richmond Richmond. , Richmond. . Richmond Richmond Richmond 1957 V.M.I. .. ... 22 W. 8: L. . . . . . . 15 W. 8: NI. ....... 21 Virginia . ....... 20 Randolph-Macon 56 Randolph-Macon.. 32 Firfl row, left lo right: Martin, Minor, Van Leeuewen. Second row: Elliott, McNeeley, Walker, Rucker fWESTI-MMPTQN ATI-ILET I C ASSG C IATICD N .J il I I J X X l If I S K 'K Q58 9 006 .I ! 4"-' ae-' me 'Il ,vfbhf 1:- ,gg' .9 '." tj' il f 1' X fl 1 ss i Xi 1.1.5. I 'fl fzigi-Q , , " F X . . Kl,,,, 6:8 Ss -" 49193 9 -.. 1 1 'Ll ii. ":. 9 . ---,.,, Margaret Lockwood . . . ...... P1'e.vic!e1zt jane Langley ........ .... V ice-Pmridefzt Dorothy Roberts .... .......... S ecremry Elizabeth Darracott .............. T1'64ZJ'Zl1'E7' Caroline Doyle ......... .flflamzger of Hockey Juliet Florance ...... zlflamzgef' of Basketlmll Mollie Fleet .... ...... J VImmge1-' of Track Kate Peterson ........... zlflmmger of Tennis Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw ........... Advirer Miss Mary Moline . . . .... Adviser VARSITY Hockey y COACHING STAFF Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw, Miss Mary Moline W1T'H forty candidates out for the hockey team in the fall, Westl1ampton's chances for a very success- ful season seemed promising. The Freshman class, contrary to custom, had the largest number of repre- sentatives on the squad. Plentiful reserves made keen competition for each position on the first team. The squad soon developed into a working unit with team- work as its best feature. Although the team did not 4Ma,,age,J live up to its expectations, it won over half of the games played. CAPTAIN AND MANAGEII HOCKEY Mollie Fleet fCaptainJ, Caroline Doyle WESTHAMPTON 5g Joi-IN MARSHALL 0 In the openfng game of the season the Westhamptonites won a de- cisive victory cgver john Marshall. The smooth team work of the players was excellent for the opening game. Although during the latter part of Westhampton goal was only endangered once. R the game most of the reserves were representing the Red and Blue, the WESTHAMIJTON Og SAINT CATHER1NE's 4 Getting off to a good start the Saint Catherines team kept the lead X away from the overconfident Blue and Red team. Poor passing and field- xk ing were the Vlfesthainpton girls' most outstanding faults, causing them to bow before fthe smooth working opposition. STATE TOURNAMENT AT I-IARRISONBURG On Friday, ,November 5th, hockey teams from all over the state gathered at Harrisonburg to compete in the tournament given by the Virginia Field Hockey As- sociation. Those taking part were: sl eetbriar, Westhainptoim, Williani and Mary, Fredericks- burg, Harrisonburg, Farmville, Richm! nd Division of Williain and Mary, Hollins, Randolph- Macon, Mary Baldwin, and Norfolk lDivision of William and Mary. A combined team made up of the ryepresentatives from the last four teams mentioned played a hard-fought game to tie the Westlramptoii team, 2-2. In the last game Fredericksburg was defeated by Westhampton by a scoreiof 2-O. WESTHAMPTON 2, FARMVILLE 0 The beginning of the game was marked by the fast playing of the Farmville team, but soon the Spiderettes were able to find better co- operation, and with this Outstanding team work they were able to keep the Farmville girls on the defense. The Red and Blue team proved too much for the visitors as they were able to find the goal twice during the game. SOUTHEASTERN TOURNAMENT The week-end of November 19th and 20th found all hockey lovers, who could possibly make it, in Wfilliamsburg, where the annual South- eastern Tournament was held. This was the first time in its history that the tournament was played south Of Wasliirigton. Virginia witnessed the best playing of hockey that it has even seen, with the exception of that by the English team. Vffesthampton was represented by Fleet, Kindell, Moffett, Philpott, Moline, and Scherer, which was an unusually large number of players from one school. WESTHAMPTON 3g ALUMNAE 0 The annual Thanksgiving game, which attracts so much attention each year ended with the Co-ords victorious. The alumnae played a better game than the score indicates, but due to the lack of practice together, they were unable to use good teamwork. With the regular Thanks- giving crowd there was much enthusiasm and interest in the game. VUESTHAMPTON Og SCHOOL GIRLS 2 Wfesthampton bowed in defeat to a combination Of the best players from the Richmond high schools on November 50th. The Red and Blues had not played together much for the two weeks previous On account of class games, and their playing showed the lack of good stick work and cooperation. WESTHAMPTON Og SWEETBRIAR 5 In spite of a great determination to defeat the team which is their greatest rival, the CO-Ords could not make much headway against Sweetbriar's fast, smooth-working attack. During the first half, the Xlffesthampton team held their opponents to one goal. Though on the defensive most of the time, they managed to make the game an exciting one for the spectators. The second half found Westlianiptoii winded and unable to show as fine play as they had dis- played in the first half. Four more goals were scored against them. VAIQSITY HOCKEY Leff lo riglvf: Martha Moffett, jo Ann Kent, Margaret Purcell, Eleanor Kindell, Mollie Fleet fCaptainj, julia McClure, Peggy Lockwood, Virginia McLarin, Betty Scherer, Virginia Ogburn, Peggy Settle, Mary K. Curley, Martha Elliott, Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw fCoachj l C LAS S HQCKEV 1938 1939 CLASS HOCKEY, 1958 First mir, lefl Io righls julia McClure, Virginia Ogburn, julia Gunter, jo Ann Kent fCaptainl, Mildred Lewis, Doris Cavenaugh, Elizabeth Darracott. Semud rvuu' Ruth Ruffin, Johanna Fisher, Peggy Lockwood, Gene Austin, Catherine Leake, Allie Martin, Mollie Fleet CLASS Hocxmf, 1939 Kneeling 5 Juliet Florance ffiaptainj. Leff In rigbl: Mary K. Curley, Martha Elliott, Virginia Shuman, Kate Peterson, Annie Lee Chapman, juliet Shell, Marion Wiley, Alice Evans, Ruth Houser, Agnes Deaton, Anne Scott Campbell. l CLASS HOCKEY, 1940 Firzrl mug leff lo rigbf: Virginia McLarin, Virginia Vloocl, Dell Williams fCaptainJ, Alice McElroy, Martha Moffett. Second raw: Bella I-Iertzberg, Eleanor Parsons, Ann Van Doren, Betty Scherer, Kitty Wicker, Lucy Baird, Betty Willets, Helen Smith, Caroline Doyle CLASS HOCKEY, 1941 Firrl ruuf: Margaret Purcell, Peggy Settle. Serum! raw: Virginia Lee Ball, Helen Dodd, Dorothy Motley, Eleanor Kindell, Phyllis Cook, Lois Cook. Third row: Betty Page Kemp, Estelle Greenebaum, Margaret Forrer, Judy Hutchison, Jeannette Evans, Mary Alice Smith CLASS I-IOCKEV 1940 1941 uu1nuuinnmnmnnnmnn A 1938 LOOKING forward to a successful season, the West- hampton basketball squad began practice on Decem- ber 9th, with the veterans Martin, Fleet, Mitchell, Peterson, Baird and Shell returning in the line-up. Finding two outstanding players in Campbell and Dodd, the team played together in a manner that promised excellent teamwork and cooperation for the coming season. WESTHAMPTON 55, BLACKSTONE 13 The Blackstone game on February twelfth was an exciting and fast one. Two-court basketball was played during the first half, although this type of basketball was new to the team. At the end of the first half, Westhampton led with the count of 17-13, but in the second half when three-court game was played, the girls really showed their superiority. The Spiderettes played well throughout the whole game. The passing was excellent and the forwards worked well together. The game was unusually well attended and the cheering was continuous. HARRISONBURG 52g WEsTHAMPToN 18 Although the score shows the Harrisonburg team superior, the game was really better than the score indicates. The Red and Blue sextet played a good game but was not up to par on the distant court. In spite of their defeat, the Westhainptoii girls had a fine trip. BASKETBALL Juliet Florance . .. ..... ilflmmger Allie Martin .. .... Capmifz WESTHAMPTON 16, SWEETBRIAR 15 Returning from Harrisonburg, the Westlmanmpton girls were really out to win when they met Sweetbriar on February twenty-fifth. It was a closely fought game, with the lead changing sides several times. The fast passing, close guarding and accurate shoot- ing gave the Red and Blue the advantage in the final minutes of play when the game ended with West- hampton in the lead. Bimvnu COLLEGE 35, WESTHAMPTON 20 In the final game of the year on March fourth, the girls met defeat at the hands of Beaver College. Play- ing at a disadvantage, due to the injuries of several of the regular players, the Red and Blue sextet played a hard game. During the first minute of play, Captain Allie Martin, the only first string guard who was not already crippled, had to leave the game with a sprained ankle. Under the circumstances, however, the team held its own very well. VARSITY BASKETBALL Lefi io riglal: Doyle, C. Mitchell, Peter- son, Fleet, Wiley, Kent, Martin fCap- tainj, Ruffin, J. Shell, Roberts, Baird, Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw fCoachj l -C CLASS or 1938 C S Left to rigbf: Oghurn, Martin, Guoclc, Kent QCaptainj, Ruffin, Fisher, 1 Fleet, C. Mitchell. BAS K E T BALL Left fo rigbl: Elliott, Peterson, Wiley, J. Shell, Chapman lCz1ptainJ, Evans, E. Mitchell, A. Campbell. w l T938 1939 1940 1941 CLASS or 1940 Lrfff lo rigbl: Boisseuu, Doyle, D. Williams, Attkinson fCaptainj, E. L. Parsons, Roberts, Baird Left lo riglal, fir!! mxzu' Brawer, Riley. Second row: Dodd, Seldes, Dun- Cms OF 1941 BASKETBALL crm, Forrer QCU-captninj, Smith QCO-cnptainj, L. Campbell, Garth. L TRACK is L . TRACK CAPTAIN Mollie Fleet TRACK Wiwmans Lefl lo rigbt: Mollie Fleet, jo Ann Kent, julia McClure, Juliet Florance THE outstanding event on the Westhampton track team schedule in 1957 was the triangular meet with St. Catherines and john Marshall Ijligh School. Westliampton won the meet, scoring 28 points, while john Marshall placed second with 27 points, and St. Catherines third. Seniors, Uuniors, and Sophomores are eligible for the varsity team. The our people who score the most points in the inter-class track meet receive letters in track. v VARSITY TRACK, Mollie Fleet CCapmb1J Front raw, lefl I0 rigbf: Caroline Doyle, Lucy Baird, Dorothy Roberts, Emma L Parsons, Virginia Dennis. Serond row: jo Ann Kent, Juliet Florance, Georgia Philpott Allie Martin, julia McClure la'1z--. ,. I f s - .A -- --uf I-L 5 QI l l I llf"Q I 19 3 7 TENNIS The 'Westhampton tennis team scheduled matches with St. Cathe- rine's, john Marshall, and Collegiate, The four invaluable members of the 1937 team were Payne, Fleet, Florance, and Peterson. VAIzsITY TENNIS Peterson, Fleet, Florance, Payne SWIMMING-1938 ' W SENIOR LIFE SAVING Miss Mary Moline flnstructorj, Mildred Burnette, Betty Conrey, Elizabeth Darracott fl-Exzlminerl, Virginia Bugg, Juliet Florance, Marion Conrey, Elsie Mitchell, Lucy Baird V SEAL WINNER Mollie Fleet BLAZER WINNERS THE Vlfesthampton Blazer is awarded to any individual who has made her letter in three different varsity sports. Thus, recognition is given for unusual achievement and skillg the stripes on the insignia designate the number of sports in which a varsity letter has been won, and the stars indicate the number of times. stat WNNERS EACH spring the Athletic Association Board of Wfesthampton confers the honor of a Hannel seal on those members of the junior and Senior Class who have shown the greatest leadership in athletics and the best sportsmanship in col- lege life. It is their cooperation and school spirit that make the games successful and en- joyable, and because of their enthusiasm and interest in the promotion of athletics they are awarded the seal of Westhainptcnii College. BLAZER WINNERS julia McClure, Juliet Florance, Mollie Fleet 8' ,. . -"J" :kid 'S -:4 Ni EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES A FAMOUS STATESMAN is quoted as saying that the most important thing in life is to get to know your fellow man. College serves a twofold purpose. The first is the procuring of knowledge from hooks. These are the pursuits of the class- room. The second is the procuring of knowledge from your fellow man. For this knowledge the college man must turn to extra-curricular activities and to the social life of the campus. We consider the second in many respects far more important than the first, and for this reason take pleasure in the following pages to do honor to those who have won positions in our campus organizations. Zi 7,7-v?f11 ,4- k Q V.-QI' -7. ' 4.1: PX 6 ll I 1938 WEB STAFF 'if' A-,W-w lla F' 'it MJ 7 '1 "'t r ' -. K 51,-'ew' J, .w. nv. . wr ',: N- rw. ' uf. z 14. ,Im ,, ,. ::QzQ'v",,,ilrL.U CLYDE T. HARDY, JR. HLINTER B. KECK, JR. Eflilm'-in-Chief V f Bn.ri11e.Lr Mmmger ll ex! .71N1lfJl0II B11.fi11e.r.f Mmmger . . . . . . HELENE MILLER Lam School Ediior Amrimwf Edilorf . . Nlmmgillcq Edilorf . Fmlewzily Editor . . Orgfzzzizatimu Edilm' Aciiviliey Ezlilor . . . Family Eclilorf . . . Stbortf Elfif0l'.I' . . Smzpfhor Editor . . . Feature Edifor . . Slajff A.r.Ii.ftmrt.r . . . Ar! Editor: . . . SAM ALLEN . .... H. CALVIN KIBLER G. ALBERT KLAFFKY WILLIAM H. MARTIN G. BENJAMIN MCCLURE ALICE EVANS JANE STRAUS JOHN P. ABERNETHY . . . ..... WILLIAM MANER . . . ERNESTINE AKERS . . . JOSEPHINE MALLORY DOUGLAS GBE .. ROBERT E. LEITCI-I SALLY MOORE BARNES VIRGINIA BUGG . . CHARLOTTE BEALE . MILDRED BURNETTE JACK KERVAN EDMOND MASSIE . . . VIRGINIA RUSSELL EUGENE CORNWELL A.r5i.mwl Bminerf Mmmger . . . .... JOHN S. HAW, JR. Adzferlifizzg iVIamzgc'I' ...... . . . GEORGE SOM ERS S1fb.rcI'ipliozz Manager ..... .... J AMES BAGGS Orgfmizrrfiom lvfdllrlgff' ............... .... R OBEIIT MOORE Cirmlaliwl Aflmzager' ........,......... . . WALTER GILLETTE A.r.Iim1f1t W,6.fll7dlIlfIf0ll Bll.I'il7E.YJ' 1J'Immge1' ...... HERMAINE HOEN NORMAN BROWN JAMES MATHE'WS JIMMY KNAUE ROBERT MARTIN FRED WORTHAM ELIZABETH DARRACOTT llvexrtbzlni 111011 Editor THE WEB 1938 79 3 8 STAFF , if ' ef' 7:51 :4,5Af,jiu5'-11 I X -5,1 . 'gif -' , M? A +11 f , , ,.ff:1f,,. DFW. NM?- JOHN STUAIIT CIRAI-IAM, JR. EDWIN L, Lgvy, JR, Edff'H"i'1'Chf0f Burineir Manager EDITORIAL STAFF Airoriare Erfifm' .......................... RALPH P. MOORE AImmging Edirorf . . . . . . . EDWIN WORTHAM PAUL WATLINGTON NATALYE BABCOCK 5!10I'fJ' Eflilor .......... '. . ...... G. BEN MCCLURE A.fJ'iJ'fcZIZl1I'lz1l7flgi71g Ezlifor . . . .... F. MERRILL O'CONNOR New lialirmzr ........... . .. P. PAUL SAUNIER, Jr. MARIE KEYSER Law Srhool Editor . . . ...... W. D. TEMPLE Fefzmre Iidilm-.I .... .... J OHN E. JORDAN ELSII2 MITCHELL Copy Edizorx . . . ..... GRANT MORTON MILDRED BURNETTE Staff A.rIi.Ifm1f.r . . .......,............ WILLIAM H. REMINE VIRGINIA BUGG GEORGE H. Ross WILI.IAM L. MANER, Jr. JOHN BAREFORD SPORTS DEPARTMENT Spr1rf.r Mmmging Editor ................... LUTHER B. JENKINS Copy Edifor ........................... WALTER B. GILLETTE Wefthalziplozl SIDOHJ liclilor .................. SPARKS BREWER Staff ........................................ C. B. WHITE DAVID ABELOFF AL WADDINGTON SIDNEY BARNEY HUGH CRISMAN JACK RICH H. S. ROCKOFF BUSINESS STAFF Cirmlafirm Manager ...................... JAMES BERIQEYPILE Lam! Advertising Mmmger ................. WlLLIAh'I CORRELL DEPARTMENT MANAGERS Airirlarit Circulation Almiager ................ JAMES G. LIGON SllbJ'L'l'ifIlj0il.l' ............................... F. H. MORTON BRAGDON R. BOWLING Accoznm' ..................... ............... R . F. DANIEL ADVERTISING STAFF Arthur Beck, W. J. Baggs, H. W. Black, T. S. Tutwiler, Edw. Ullman CIRCULATION STAFF William F. Stubs, L. W. Bingham, Simpson Williams REPORTERS Edgar Arendall, Royall Brandis, P. S. Cooke, Robert Cotten, William Grant, Edw. Harris, Gus D. Mandaleris, James Matthews, Lloyd Parker, Chas. Skutt, David Roland, A. F. Weaver, Joseph Wfornom. MARTHA L. ELLIS A.I.ri.rInnt Editor TI-IE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN Editor-in-chief ........... . . . GEORGE F. SCHEER, Ir. Rifbmond College Editor .... ......... J . H. KELLOGG Wefthanzptofz College Editor ........ LAVINIA WINSTON STAFF Aijiffdlll Editorf .... ........ W . . N Bmmeff Mmzager .......... . . . J. Aniffmzt Bmirzefx Nlamzgeru' ..... . . . . ROYALL BRANDIS J. STUART GRAHAM RICHARD L. SCAMMON MARTHA ELLIS EUGENIA JOEL MARIE KEYSER . R. M. C. HARRIS, jr. . . . . JOHN S. HARRJS NIILDRED HARRELL MESSENGER P-reridenz ...... .... R ICHARD G. STONEBURNER Vice-Prexidenz .... ...... E RNEST L. WOOTEN Serrelary ....... .... J . WESLEY BOYKIN Treamrer ...................... J. THOMAS JOHNSON ,VCA :'. . 'fx W lr.: '-L E -- Iijigzw , '- .!-,,M, . y rr . l-IAIQLEQUIINI CLUB 5 1 Al Kappa Alpha: Guyon H. Knight, Daniel M. Thornton, Ernest L. Wooten. Phi Kappa Sigma: T. Nash Broaddus, Harvey H. Fleet- wood, Roger B. Page. Sigma Alpha Eprilofz: William P. Dooley, Curtis M. Haug, G. Albert Klaffky. Phi Gamma Delta: john S. Haw, Richard G. Stoneburner, Edwin Wortham. Pi Kappa Alpha: J. Wesley Boykin, Frank S. Cosby, Paul S. Siegal. Kappa Sigma: Robert T. Harris, Hunter B. Keck, jr., Shanks M. Wilborn. Sigma Phi Epfilaa: Thomas Johnson, F. Merrill O'Con- nor. Eugene W. MCCaul. Thela Chi: A. Roswell Bowers, Charleton P. Younts, john D. Powell. Phi Delia Omega: H. Calvin Kibler, William H. Martin, Horace E. Phillips, M. Bailey Murdock. Lambda Chi Alpha: C. vlames Allard, Jr., John R. Kennedy, Russell E. Walton, William E. Morrison. Preridenf ...... . . . CURTIS HAUG Vire-Prerideuf . . . . . LARRY EDBERG .... REUBEN ALLEY . . PAUL WATLINGTON + Secretary .... Trearllrev' . . . w 5 121 l l Q Y.M.C.A. CABINET 9. Killing, left fo right: H. Calvin Kibleid, Corbin B. Wlwite, Hunter B. Keck, jr., Bruce P. Van Buskirl-1, J. M. Dameron, William H. Martin, George A. Klaffky, H. P. Anderson. Standing, left la rigbl: J. Richard Willis, Edwin Wortham, Ernest L. Wociten, Rawley F. Daniel, Lawrence J. Edberg, Curtis M. Hang, Paul P. Watlingtcnn, jr., George J. George, Daniel W. Fowler, Maurice Vitsky. A CAMPUS Young Men's Christian Association, whose pur- pose is to promote the spiritual and moral welfare of the stu- dents, is maintained at Richmond College. It is located in the Red Cross frame building between Jeter Hall and the gymna- sium. The "Y" has, for the use of the campus and town students, a completely furnished lounging room where the students can gather in their spare time to read the. magazines, talk, or listen to the radio. Besides the lounging facilities, there are three ping- pong tables, Each year the "Y" bring many prominent speakers to the campus, takes charge of several Sunday evening vesper services, and maintains its own vesder service each Thursday evening from 6 to 6:15. These activities plus a book exchange, ping-pong tournaments, and other suhh activities round out an active year for the Y.M.C.A. YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSGCIATICN Prefzdem . . . , . . . . CAROLINE FRAZER Vive-P1-efidem . . . . , HENRIETTA HARIIELL Secrefm'y-T1-eafzn-er . . . .... MILDRED JAMES YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSCDCIATION PVO '7l'dl7l Cbflifllldll . . . ....... . . . . 6 Dewtiozml C hairmrzvz Social Serzfire Claairmafz .... . . IVWILZ Fellowxlaip Claaifmmz . . . . Indnylrial Chairman: Blffe Ridge Chairman Publicily C lmirnzalz . Mmir Chairman .... Town Repmrezztalive Frefhmafz Reprefentat f 3 ,Fw-5L.'1'ef wk 1 gf-gr I I Y ' I I 'J 591' 'fi ' ij GARLAND WILSON . . ROSALIE OAKES . VISTA ROBINSON . BETTY VVILLETTS MARTHA ELLIOTT . HELEN ROBERTS . DOROTHY SHELL . . ANNE SCOTT CAMPBELL ALICE MCELROY ive Q no picturej ...... MARY OWEN GI FF CI UB :2lcHMoND corrtot Firrt row, lefl to right: White, Cash, Parker, Bullock, Hang, Troxell CDirectorJ, Crosby, Scutt, john McCaul, Sachs. Second row: I-laddock,1Fontaine, Wagne1', Andrews, Holloway, Corrcll, Roberts, Hart Paulette, Dinwiddie. Tbirll row: Snead, Lindsay, Elmore, Blackley, Walddingtrxn, Clark, Moore Saunders, Brogan, Rumney. Fonrlb row: Wiggins, Courtney, Insler, Hosack, Ligon, Durrett, Wliitteti Noffsinger, Thornton. THE Richmond College Glee Club was organized in 1926. Since that time it has grown both in number and in activities. The present director is Mr. Charles Troxell, who is well known in Richmond and throughout the South as a singer and an excellent teacher of voice. Under his capable direction the club presents many out-of-town concerts a year through- out the state and neighboring states, besides singing at ves- pers and chapel, and giving its own campus concert in the Greek Theatre each spring. 1 RICHMOND CGLLEGE GLEE CLUB ROSTER 0 IU-e.i-iflwzf ......... ...... C unrrs M. HAUG I3l1.ri11e.r.i' zlflmzqqef' . . . ........ FRANK S, COSBY Dirac-for ...,.... .... M R. CHARLES TROXELL Pirnzm .... . ..... MR. JAMES M. Fooo Ifizzrl Ten0r.r.' Gordon H. Andrews, Robert B. Elmore, Clyde T. Fran- cisco, Herbert L, Holloway, Edward S. Hosack, Bernard Insler, Rus- sell N. Snead, Harold B. White. Barilo11e.r.' Alvin H. Beale, Henry A. Bullock, Robert H. Courtney, Branch A. Dinwiddie, jesse T. Fon- taine, Garland D. Haddock, james G. Ligon, Clyde B. Lipscomb, jack R. Noffsinger, Lloyd A. Parker, George E. Roberts, Robert L. Taylor, Thomas R. Thornton, F. A. Waddington, Arthur Wagner, J. Tivis Wicker. Sammi YTEIIOIKYJ H. Armistead Blackley, R. Thomas Brogan, Carl A. Collins, William B. Correll, Wilson W. Glass, Rob- crt B. Grifhth, R. Hilton Lindsay, Eugene W. McCaul, George R. M. Rumncy, Carl A. Sachs. Bnf.fe.r.' William Cash, james D. Clark, Frank S. Cosby, R. W. Durrett, Carl A. Felton, james F. Hart, Curtis M. Haug, james H. John, Lacy F. Paulette, Charles H. Skutt, Edwin C. Thornton, R. McLean Whittet, joseph W. Wiggins. ,F -.ff -QE- n',ls,J?'? "H finff:'fSW Rf 'gf ' f S' ' 1 W J 1? ga GL 'Ur' -7 X ' 'zggfl a 2 tif -" Q, ff " - J .la ' ,l m . ,. WT- - ,L - fl JET Preridefzf ...... ...,.. i ....,. H ELENE MILLER Vice-Preridenf . . . . . CHAiiLoTrE ANN DICKINSON Serrelnry-Tv'ea.r1frer . . ..... lKNNE SCOTT CAMPBELL Dirertar ........ . . Mas . FLAXINGTON HARKIZR V From row, lefl 10 fight: Dorothy She Harrell, Mildred Harrell, Anne Scott Duling, Betty Fox, Dorothy Auringeil, jean Neasmith, Betty Acker, Phyllis L Helen Grimm, Annie Laurie Parker, Beam, Garland Wilso THE Westliainpton Glee Club, und F. Flaxington Harker, was organized club plans a concert, a dance, and thr- Last year on our campus a music which time the glee clubs from six in singing various types of songs. Thi affair. This year the Glee Club sponsore d ing choir from the Pennsylvania Tea burgh. l l GLEE CLUB l,f'f'i:i- ' 4-riff? ll, Ellie Terretta, Dorothy Hewes, Antoinette Wirtli, Henrietta Campbell, Helene Miller, Charlotte Ann Dickinson, Christine Virginia Dennis. Second ron-': Nell O'Neil, Kathryn Leviston, uclers, Margaret Carpenter, Dagmar Jacobson, Mary Sue Carter, Mildred james, Constance Powell, Anne Love, Martha Lillian n, Mary Owen, Caroline Spencer, Eugenia joel. er the direction of Mrs. in 1924. Each year the ee out-of-town concerts. al festival was held at colleges joined with us s is to become an annual the choral voice-speak- chers' College of Pitts- WEST!-IAMPTON GLEE CLUB Preridenf ..... . . . EUGENE W. MCCAUL V ire-Preridenf ..... ....... H ARRY T. JAMES Serrerary-Treamrer ...... EDWIN L. LEVY, Jr. Fnmlfy Adzfirer . . . .... DR. HERMAN P. THOMAS Al.l'PlA Mu OMICRON Firxr row. left In right: Flax, Schwarzchilcl, McCaul fpresidentj, Boatwright, james, Levy, Boykin. Serum! funn' Snellings, P. King, J. King, Laughon, Thornton, Gordon. Third row: Townsend, Moore, Kielpinski, Arendull. THE Social Science Society, now known as Alpha Mu Omi- cron, was founded on january 10, 1935, by a group of men majoring in the social sciences. This group had formerly called A themselves the Economics Club. Richard McCrone acted as Chairman of the meeting at which they organized, and Robert QM I Q N Harris served as secretary. On March 10, 1937, the name was changed to its present one, Alpha Mu Omicron. The purpose of Alpha Mu Omicron is to create an interest in the social sciences, and to bring interesting speakers on the subject to the campus. 6 L FORENSIC iffy CQUNCIL ,.' ,-ui . .gm , . . , ii ,J Vf f' . I KJ 26- . 'L' QQ., rv , 1,--A ii, y fl:7.'A'--' 5 -. 5.1 If 1' V '. , :iid 'Q '.-, ,li , -3- Y . N 'QFD . fI1':f'iZ. ' -rg-1 15 1- 2. 1?-fwffx 1 vI'.""'- ' Preridenf. .G. BEN MCCLURE Sefremry. . .HARRY T. JAMES john T. Arendall E. Linwood Brandis, jr. Clyde T. Francisco Edwin L. Levy, jr. II. Davis Mottley jack R. Noffsinger R. McLean Whittet DEBATING TEAM lv gy' :ini V ,fi f'5'fl l"7:f". - 1 -eu A Sitting, left lo riglst: W. Boykin, Walter L. Brock, T. Arendall, Hunter W. Martin, Robert Cotton. Smmliug. leff fo righl: Royali Brandis, Avery Katz, George W. Ross, jr., john E. jordan, Grant S. Morton. INTEWQATKNWAL RELATIONS CLUB PI'6.t'itf61If . . . ERNizs'r1N12 Akisas Il . .. l l Fill I ' ' l 5 , l l l . l Fir,r.' raw. lrffr fo rigbf: Elizabeth Shaw, Barbara DeJarnette, Hilda Kirby, Eliza- beth Durracutt, Ruth Ruflin. Secwzd roux' Virginia Shuman, Alice Evans, Betty Cunrey, Julia Gunter. Bessie Pat Wlalford, Ernestine Akers, Lula Goode, Doris Cavenaugh, Marion Conrey, Mildred Harrell, Caroline Spencer. Third row: Julia McClure, Charlotte Beale, Rosalie Oakes, Jacqueline Faulkner, Dorothy Shell, Emily Cudd, Edith Crostic, Johanna Fisher, Virginia Ellis. Fiwzrl mir. lvfg I0 figbf: Olive lvfcsser, Anne Scott Campbell, Garland Wilsrwn, Allie Martin, Jacqueline Faulkner, Marie Keyser. Semnd row: Ernestine Akers, Margaret l51'ittini.:liam, Constance Powell, Dorothy Shell, Margaret Carpenter, Judith Lucas, Thais Silverman, Elizahetlm Darracott. D E BA T E COUNCIL Preridenz .... ALLIE MARTIN l Preriflefzf ...... . . . CLYDE T. Fmwcrsco Vice-Prerirlenf . . . . . . JACK R. NOFFSINGER Ser:-era:-y ..... . . . . . . ....... CORBIN B. WHITE Treamrer .................. CARLTON A. WHITLATCLH Reprerevztaliue to Forerzric C omni! ...... HARRY T. JAMES Fin! rouf, left in rigbl: McNeeIey, Parker, Rumney, Nolfsinger, Franscisco, Wlmite, Nwhitlatch, james, Barney. Semmf roufz' Saunders, Hudgins, Wlmittley, Bowling, Watlingtipn, Van Leeuewen, Darden, Klaffky, Fowler. Tl7ll'd wuz' Glass, Skutt, Paulette, Locke, Higgenbotham, Cauthorne, Long, Ander- son, Walker. AIDED by a sharp increase in attendance, the Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society is enjoying one of the most successful years in its history. The large number of freshmen enrolled are taking great interest in the formation and presentation of the programs. Each of the programs is built around some topic of general interest to the society. In carrying out the purpose of the society to promote clearer expression, each member is given an opportunity to speak at least twice during the course of the year. This year the society has innovated the practice of awarding Mu Sigma Rho keys to all members of two years' standing in recog- nition of their service to the society. Mu Sigma Rho hopes to keep its debating crown after winning the intersociety debating championship for the past two years. MU SIGMA Rl-IQ LITERARY SGCIETY Preridemf ...... Vice-Prericlem . . , . . . FLAVIUS B. WALKER, jr. Serreiary ....... .......... O WEN F. TATE . . . CECIL A. CREASY . . . . THOMAS G. LEWIS . . HUNTER W. MARTIN REED F. TAYLOR . . . G. BENJAMIN MCCLURE Tl'8iIJ'1ll'61' . . . C ritir ..... Pzlblirily . . Firm! muf, lefl lo 1-ighr .' Van Buskirk, Tate, Lewis, Wzllker, McClure, Creasy, Whittet, Martin, Taylor. Sammi mum' Martin, Scott, Lee, Townsend, Rockoff, Kervan, Markowitz, Durrett, Vaughan, Adams, Brock, Third row: Kamsky, Massie, Ross, Leitch, Stover, Saunier, Remine, Matthews, Roland, Briggs. PI-IILGLOCEIAN LITERARY SOCIETY THE Philologian Literary Society, established here in 1856, offers to its members opportunities for participation in vari- ous forms of forensic and literary activity. For completion of certain required literary work, college credit is given. Every member is given ample opportunity to take part in the pro- grams during the college year, and often the society secures outstanding speakers on topics of current interest. Inter- society debates are held each year with other literary societies. Special attention is given speakers in order to develop more speaking ability among the students. Everyone is en- couraged to take part in order to become a polished speaker or debater. As a reward for one year of service, the society gives keys. Meetings are held each Monday at 7:30 in room R of the administration building. 1 l Preiidem ..... .... j . DAVIS MOTTLEY Vire-P1'e.ride11l . . . .... JOHN S. HARRIS Secreffzry ..... ...... ......,.. , . . OSCAR B. EDDLETON Trefzrzn-er .................... STUART SCHWARZCHILD REPVQIEIZILZUUE 10 Forefzric Colnzcil ......... EDWIN LEVY Fi:-,rl raw, lefz la right: Abeloft, Lovenstein, Eddleton, Harris, Mottley, Schwarzchild, Epps, Levy, Cosby. Second 1-ow: McCaul, Doumlele, Boisseau, Anderson, Martin, Willialms, Jordon, Harris, Katz. Third row: Haddock, Vranian, Beck, Pattasnick, Donahue, Cotton, Brandis, Morton. L l THE Samuel Chiles Mitchell Literary Society is an organization for the participation and improvement of its members in oratorical expression, such as debating, reading, and speaking, both extemporaneously and with preparation. Its membership consists of town students who find it more convenient to meet at the T. C. Wil- liams School of Law at Lombardy and Grace Streets in Richmond than on the campus. The society, which meets every Thursday at 7:45 P.M., has been actively func- tioning since it was founded in 1930, l SAMUEL Cl-IILES MITCHELL LITERARY SCDCIETV Preridenz ..... . . . HAROLD W. PHILLIPS Vire-Preridemf . . ....... E. DOUGLAS GBE Secretary .... . . . F. HENRIETTA HARRELL Trearurer . . . . HENRY L. SNELLINGS, jr. Director . . . . . MR. ALTON WILLIAMS Li Sally Moore Barnes, Elsie Bradshaw fno picturel, Walter L. Brock, Margaret H. Carpenter, E. Eliza- heth Darracott, Agnes R. Deaton, Martha Lou Ellis, William C. Hamilton lno picturej, Clyde T. Hardy, jr., Mildred L. Harrell, john S. Haw, Luther B. jenkins, james E. King, Phillip T. King, Hilda E. Kirby, julia F. McClure, Helene L. Miller, Ralph P, Moore, Charles H. Phillips, Virginia H. Russell, William H. Sanders, jr., Richard L. Scammon, M. Caroline Spencer, Donald E. Trump, Francis W. Tyndall, Russell E. Walton, Ellen G. Warner Cno picturej, J. Monroe Wells, jr., Carlton A. Whitlatch. FOUNDED in 1928 for the purpose of encouraging the- atrical talent on the campus, the University Players has be- come a very well-known organization. It is composed of students from both Westhampton and Richmond Colleges and serves as a dramatic club for the university. U N ! V E R S I T y Every year several different plays are produced under professional coaching and directing. There is also a series of one-act plays produced annually with the idea of select- P I- E R S ing new talent. Older members of the Players often direct these short plays themselves. The students are trained in backstage work, lighting, make-up, and stage setting, as well as acting. The Players serve also to give recognition to outstand- ing performers. Students are eligible to membership only after they have portrayed roles in a certain number of pro- ductions. Keys are presented annually to those members in the Senior and junior classes who have been especially prominent in the work that year. Pi-eridemf ...... ......... D ALE GRIFFIN Vice-President . . . ............. H. T. JAMES Secretary ..... . . . RICHARD H. SAUNDERS, Jr. Treamrer . . . . . . i . . R. B. GRIFFITH, jr. Chorifzer . . ....... GEORGE RUMNEY Adams, Bass, Black, Braughman, Collins, Dameron, Elder, Fattaruso fno picturej, Florence, Fogg fno picturej, Fowler, Franscisco, Glass, Griffith, Higgenbotham, I-Ioszxck, Hudgins, Lipscomb, Long, Morgan, McNeelcy, Noffsinger, Pugh, Siner, Skutt, Thornton, Tomlinson, Townsend fno picturej, Trump, Watlingtpn, Wzllker, Wliitlatch, Warren, Zicufoose. THE purpose of the Ministerial Association, which was founded in October, 1914, is as stated by the founders: "The increased spiritualityl of ministerial studentsg to encourage them to take part in the exer- cises of the various missions in the city, to encourage their participation in all proper college activitiesg to assist the President of the College in sending out students to supply vacant pulpitsg andito exert a help- ful influence on the student bodyf, I I N MI N I STERIAI. ASSQCIATICDIXI l l PMDSTRAE FHJAE Lvfl lu riigbl: julia McClure, Juliet Flnmnce, Sully Moore Barnes, Josephine Trev- vett, Harriet Yeumuns, Ann Ellis, Ruth Houser. PbRNCD CLUB SC'lll6'l!.' Muymc O'Flz1l1crty. Smznfizzg, le!! lu rigbl: Christine Dulinq, Helen Hill, Mrs. Frank Wcnnlt fDlI'CCfKlfJ, Helene: Miller, Florance Parker. Left to right: Ruth Rullln, Margaret Brinson Rn Ethel O'Brien, Leland Higgenlnotham, Alice Eva Sykes, Eleanor Parsons, Garlh PRE-LAW SCDCIETV Romsnr E. Lm'rcH President WALTER L. BROCK V ire-Prexid en! JOHN Q. Pmans Serrelnry-Tremurer Cl Da INTERFRATERNITV COUNCIL Preridenf ................ PROP. HERMAN P. THOMAS Ifire-Prexidem . . . ........ DR. W. A. HARRIS Serrelary ...................... PROF. W. F. CAYLOR "E!e".F-', V . IEP. +4 Flin 'gi' ,:. Jul mn I' 'ji Ilfxf 'xv I 'La :I rl 5 , lffw E 'TTL' ' l. ei-1 . rl- E' z.-Wait' lgi7r'4lJ1f .- ug. it 1131 g il '.-'l"- l"fLia'l-z fl Q! e9XCembers Kappa Alpha: Frank R. Alvis, Ernest L. Wooten. Phi Kappa Sigma : Bragdon W. Bowl- ing, Roger B. Page. Sigma Alpha Ep.rilon.' Curtis M. Haug, G. Albert Klaffky. Phi Gamma Delta: john S. Haw, Ed- win Wortham. Pi Kappa Alpha: J. Wesley Boykin, Frank S. Cosby. Kappa Sigma: Hunter B, Keck, Jr., Reed F. Taylor. Sigma Phi Ep.ril0l1.' J. Thomas john- son, Eugene W. McCauI. Them Chi: A. Roswell Bowers, Charle- ton P. Younts. Phi Delta Omega: H. Calvin Kibler, M. Bailey Murdock. Lambda Chi Alpha: C. James Allard, jr., William E. Morrison. Phi Alpha: joseph S. Flax, David D. Abeloff. 5 i KAP PA ALP!-IA Founded at Washington and Lee University, 1865. C0l0I',f.' Crimson and Old Gold. Flowevm' Magnolia and Rose. Publimtiom' Kappa Alpha Journal. '39 42" KAPPA ALPHA ETA CHAPTER Established at the University of Richmond, 1870. Frafres in Famllnle Robert C. Astrop, M.A. Henry B. Handy, M.A. james H. Barnett, LL.D. William A. Harris, Ph.D. C. M. Chichester, LL.D. Benjamin C. Holtzclaw, Ph.D Malcolm U. Pitt, B.A. Fmfrer in Collegio Clan' of 1938 Frank R. Alvis Arthur H, Taylor William B. Correll Daniel M. Thornton William F. Grigg Thomas R. Thornton Ernest L. Wooten Clay: of 1939 Kenneth C. Bass Herbert L. Holloway J. Miller Bradley Guyon H. Knight William H. Perkinson Clair of 1940 David M. Alexander Malcolm G. Evans Henry W. Black Alvin F. Harris John E. Bradshaw Hope F. Milby Rawley F. Daniel john J. Noonan T. Stanford Tutwiler Clan of 1941 Edward V. Balch W. Thomas Rich Hobard G. Binsted George E. Roberts john M. Bloxom Owen F. Tate james R. Knaub William S. Terry James G. Ligon Harold B. White William F. Parkerson A. Simpson Williams Pl-II KAPPA SIGMA Founded at the University of Pennsylvania, October 19, 1850. Colon: Old Gold and Black. Flower: Goldenrod. Pu!2lica1ior1.' Phi Kappa Sigma News Letter. .,L,g. ew: iff ff YJJL1 . 5:-QE Q' Hu. "gifs,-my 'I :af ' F.- ... .Lf 'n fu ,ij 5 - . F v . wg! 52,4 ' if ,, .:. u- n--Y fi .,1,..,i.J ,V .,,. ig.-yr., -- 4. r, A 1 In 'gk-x.. if lj in 1' :hi l - ' li ly ii' if -7?-I r 1.1.9,I,lt51i iq, we f Q '- sin 1. - - .:,7,3i:.g,jggK Y 94 r 1-., '-..' ' --. -,V:H..,4 ', , wj.'4.jg5,f' , ,... ,, , . ml "'ll,a12l..l 1.iJ :" X . . - -34,1-,w f 0 Cznro PHI KAPPA SIGMA PHI CHAPTER Established mt the University of Richmond, 1873 I mixer Ill Fawlllale I' W Boatwright LL D B. West Tabb, B.A. I r mer 111 Coflelgio Clary of 1938 G. Aubert Nimmo Roger B. Page f 1939 jesse T. Fontaine Daniel Grinnan A. Gibson Howell Virgil F. Laws Corbin B. White Richard W. Woolling f 1940 Dorsey C. Rawlings Walter S. Townsend Evan B. VanLeeuewen Tivis Wicker ff 1941 Robert A. Kiel T. Harold McVay james Turkington George White Robert D. Williains Floyd C. Williams joseph A. Wilson SIGMA ALP!-IA EPSILCDN Founded at the University of Alabama, 1856. COI07'.f.' Old Gold and Royal Purple. Flower: Violet. Publimtiozz: The Record. . 1+ I -'i "ul 4-4-'Q 4 H+: ole l if SIGMA ALPHA EPSILDN VIRGINIA TAU CHAPTER Established at the University of Richmond, 1884. Reestablished at the University of Richmond, February 4, 1958. Frrrfrer in Firmllale C. Leonard Albright, Ph.D. Robert E. Gaines, Litt.D. Herman P. Thomas, Ph.D. Fmlraf in C ollegio Clam of 1938 Howard R. Carroll William P. Dooley Curtis M. Haug Albert L. jacobs Douglas W. Murphey joseph W. Wilson Clrarf of 1939 Louis A. Earles jr. Eugene W. Ford Clyde T. Francisco julian O. Kay G. Albert Klalfky j. Davis Mottley jr. Eugene Peek james L, Thacker john F. Powers Clan of 1940 Vincent R. Adams jr. George Allman Howard P. Anderson Walter E. Bass Hatcher S. Elliott Wilson L. Faris C. P. Ford jr. Daniel W. Fowler C la. I. D. Hudgins Robert B. Kay Garland D. Haddock Russell E. Herring jr. H. Harold Hopgood Stuart W. Hoskins P. D. Lawrence jr. R. E. L. McNeely Edward S. Sinar Paul C. Thomas rr of 1941 james Littler j. M. Murphey Edwin G. Siner Pl-ll GAMMA DELTA Founded at Wasl1ington and jefferson College, May 1, 1848. Color: Royal Purple. Flower: Heliotrope. Publimtion: The Phi Gamma Delta. VN we, 12? 1 ii ,l Q, mm .MRM w WA , -my -qu ..,.-ll-.-. qxflr 554. 'sl ' 5. ?4,jau:' 7 1' Tel A - 'mamln..'..-'.1:,J Pl-II GAMMA DELTA RHO CHI CHAPTER Established at the University of Richmond, 1890. Fralrer in Famlmle M. Ray Doubles, LL.D. Robert E. Loving, Ph.D. William Gaines jr., Ph.D. Samuel C. Mitchell, Ph.D. Garnett Ryland, Ph.D. Fmfrar in C allegio Clam of 1938 Walter L. Brock Stover Creasy Clyde T. Hardy, jr. john S. Haw jr. Richard G. Stoneburner Clczrr of 1939 Arthur H. Beale Herbert M. Church Robert E. Leitch Charles N. Major Hunter W. Martin Robert R. Martin G. Benjamin McClure C fn. john P. Abernethy jr. Cecil A. Creasy Enders Dickinson III Ernest W. Eubank jr. William W. Farley Charles T. Hallowell III Luther L. jenkins jr. john E. jordon Ferdinand H. Morton jr Roderick L. O'Flaherty George L. Oliver Charles H. Phillips jr. R. W. Wallace R. McLean Whittet Edwin Wortham rr of 1940 Woodrow W. Paris George W. Pollard William M. Robinson George W. Ross jr. Seabury D. Stoneburner joseph R. Troy C. Porter Vaughan jr. C. Frederick Wortham john W. Wright Clair of 1941 Edward R. Adams Alvin F. Beale Robert A. Browning jr. Eugene W. K. Cornwell jr. Robert H. Courtney jr. james H. Donahue jr. Robert W. Durrett jr. Waverly S. Green jr. G. Edmond Massie III V. David Roland George H. Shackleford Frederick A. Waddington jr. George T. Waite jr. 'ff' f A- . if - ' if-.l 'fm f 11 " 1' - 1.'E.i--':'rf?l'. L--5 l' ' . 'T ,- - wifi- r i PI KAPPA ALP!-IA Founded at University of Vir- ginia, March 1, 1868. Colon: Garnet and Gold. Flower: Lily of the Valley. PulnIirzzti0n.r.' Shield and Dia mend, Dagger and Key. PI KAPPA ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER Established at the University of Richmond, 1891. lirfzlrar in lirznlllfzte joseph C. Ellett, M.A. I imfrar in C ollegio Clara of 1938 j. Wesley Boykin james L. Meacham Lawrence Edberg Paul S. Siegel j. C. Goclsey Alvin C. Taylor Michael W. West Clflrr of 1939 C. Ralph Arthur William E. Grigg jr. Walter L. Bowrey David E. jackson james D. Clarke jr. George E. Long Frank S. Cosby Roy D. Pullen jr. Carl Woost Clrm of 1940 Walter W. Brooking Austin E. Grigg William j. Cash jr. Robert D. Ham Curtis M. Ely Clyde B. Lipscomb Virginius H. Goodman Edward j. Merrick G. Walter Schneider Cfr!,rJ' of 1941 Robert C. Cotton jr. William R. Harton jr. Branch Dinwidclie jr. Edgar jenkins jr. William B. Fitzhugh Robert A. Rhoades Earl R. Fox Arthur Wagner j. Stuart Franklin jr. William Wayrluzlck jr. .X '95 All fiiill KAPPA SIGMA Founded at University of Vir- ginia, December 10, 1869 Col0r.r.' Scarlet, Green, and White. Floufer: Lily of the Valley. Pzzblicfzfionn The Cacluceus, The Star and Crescent. KAPPA SIGMA BETA BETA CHAPTER Established at the University of Richmond, March 5, 1898 Fmlref in Facfzltafe Ralph C. McDanel, Ph. D. Edward C. Peple, Ph.D. William L. Prince, M.A. Charles H. Wheeler, Ph.D. Iimlrar in Callegio Clfur of 1938 john T. Arendall Robert T. Harris Hunter B. Keck jr. Ralph P. Moore joseph M. Straughan Daniel W. Thornhill W. Warren Townsend Shanks M. Wilborn Clara' of 1939 H. Douglas Britton Avalon B. Marchant john j. Crews i Stewart G. Mercer Charles W. Crowder George H. Spears Wilfred P. Lawless Reed F. Taylor Clfm of 1940 W. james Baggs jr. Richard McKay George D. Howell William H. ReMine jack C. Kervan john O. Stover William S. Kirby William F. Topham Thomas G. Lewis Carlson R. Thomas Albert F. Weaver Bruce P. Van Buskirk Clays of 1941 Edgar Arendall Frank H. Britton II Hugh Crisman Oscar D. Lee james Matthews Robert Shihett Robert Stanley Douglas B. Van Buskirk joe W. Wiggam SIGMA PI-II EPSILCDIXI Founded :lt Richmond College in 1901. Colofxr: Royal Purple and Red. Flou.'erJ.' American Beauty and Violets. Publimfion: The Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal. '53 SIGMA PI-ll EPSILON A ALPHA CHAPTER Established at Richmond College, 1901. F rfzlre.r in C 011 e gin Clan of 1938 William S. Gordon J. Thomas johnson J. Stuart Graham jr. Eugene W. McCaul Harold W. Phillips Clara' of 1939 Kenneth L. Black j Allen Brockenbrough Richard C. Bowles Judson K. Chapin E. Lee Copley F. Merrill O'Connor Grover C. Pitts john L. Ridenour William H. Sanders jr john D. Sanford H. Hunt Dickinson Edward J, Field jr. J. Monroe Wells jr. George B. Somers john A. Speir Clam' of 1940 E. Linwood Brandis jr. Allan Phaup jr. Thomas H. Bruno Eugene Ritter Wilbur L. Jenkins M. Winfield Scott William F. Kayhoe E. Paul Saunier jr. Robert V. Talley Clary of 1941 Thomas C. Berry Beverley Blanton Robert H. Brient Harry Copley Edgar C. Garber jr. Harris Grimsley jeff Harrison john A. Long William I. Morrissette Roy C. Parks Jr. Charles Reynolds john T. Watkins jr. Ti-IETA CI-ll Founded at Norwich Univer sity, 1856. Calmzf: Red and White. Floufer: Carnation. Pnlzlimliom' The Rattle. T l-I E TA C l-l I oM1c:RoN CHAPTER Established at the University of Richmond, 1915 Fmlrer in C ollegio Clarf of 1938 A. Roswell Bowers C. G. McAllister J. D. Powell Clary af 1939 Alex E. Anderson III Thomas M. Hall Thomas M. Davenport Herbert A. King Samuel C. Epes Merrill R. Stewart Clan of 1940 joseph T. Black jr. john P. Sanders W. W. jackson Robert G. Urbach jack R. Noffsinger Carleton A. Whitlatch Kenneth C. Philpotts C. P. Younts jr. Clan of 1941 William H. Brauer john Locke Fleming M. Christian Marshall Phillips Douglas W. Davis Tom J. Starke III Carl A. Felton Charles Skutt William A. Grant joe Thomas Edward S. Hosack Robert P. Van Buren Murray Layne Harry Widener PI-II DELTA GMEGA Founded at the University of Richmond, March 15, 1916. Color.r: Green and Gold. Flower: Daffodil. Pzzbliruliozzs The Daffodil. 'iii Pl-ll DELTA GMEGA Established at the University of Richmond, 1916 Frafmr in Ffzrfllmle joseph E. Nettles, B.A. I:l'c1f!'H.l' in Collegio ' Clan of 1938 Gus Lynch Horace E. 'Phillips M. Bailey Murdock S. Brooks Robertson Williani F. Robertson Clan of 1939 Charles E. August H. Calvin Kibler john H. Dodd Wlilliam H. Martin William D. Gravatt Forrest H. Norvell Hunter S. jackson Linwood C. Powers Clays of 1940 Edward L. Bragg Thomas D. jordan john L. jones R. Crozet LaPrade Wilbrrr H. Wrenn jr. Clam of 1941 Williarn P. Andrews jack A. jennings Williazn T. August Harold G. Owens Harry E. Fainter Charles A. Watkins LAMBDA Cl-II ALP!-IA Founded at Boston University, November 2, 1909. Colon: Purple, Green and Gold. Flower : Purple Iris. Publimiionu Cross and Cres cent, Delta Pi. K LAMBDA CI-II ALP!-IA ALPHA CHI ZETA CHAPTER Established at the University of Richmond, May 8, 1918. Fmrrer in Ffzcultafe Woodford B. Hackley, M.A. William T. Muse, S.j.D. Rolvix Harlan, Ph.D. Raymond B. Pinchbeck, Ph.D S. W. Stevenson, Ph.D. Fmfrer in C ollegio Clary of 1938 C. james Allard jr. joseph M. Dameron Leonard Kielpinski james H. Knight W. E. Turner Clam of 1939 john R. Kennedy William E. Morrison Russell E. Walton Clara' of 1940 john M. Bareford Arthur C. Beck William B. Burge C. Cleveland Coates Robert C. Krug james D. Pugh Clair of 1941 Marion B. Boswell Edward W. Butcher Phil M. Clark Ellis P. George Ralph P. Hedgecock Nathan B. Hutchinson Ben. john R. Kellison George H. Landers Robert McClure Sam M. Moody Albert L. Philpotts Sam S. Profhtt Williams l l l l l RHO CHAPTER Established at the University of Richmond, l February 6, 1925. Frntl'e.r in Facnlmte y Able I. Wllitenhsh, Ph.D. P I-1 I Fmlrer in Collegio l Clam of 1938 Founded at George Washington University, Oc- X 10561311 Flax Leonard Policoff mbef 14, 1914- james Laster Robert Segal Colorr: Red and Blue. Clan of 1939 F10W"" American Beauty' l Moses Pattashnick Sidney Barney Pllblfmlfwll-.- Phi Alpha Quarterly, Phi Alpha l Louis P. Manger Bulletin. y' Clary of 1940 l David D. Abeloff Bernard Insler Clay: of 1941 David M. Grandis Martin Markowitz Leroy Jacobs Herman Rockoff Irving Lovenstein Henry Steiner Frederick Wzlnderer Fwrh'e.r in Famlrnle Solon B. Cousins, D.D. Rolvix Harlan, Ph.D. Fralrer in Collegio Clan of 1938 Dale F. Griifm Harry T. james R. Bruce Grilllth jr. Eclwin C. Thornton jr. Thornton jf. D E Clan of 1939 Clyde T. l'ranc1scoA' C- Walkelllcllard H. Saunders Founded at the University of Richmond, 1925 Colo:-.rx Wlmite and Copper. Clary of 1940 Fl U Wm R I Daniel W. Fowler Clyde B. Lipscomb "W" le me' Luther H. Harrison Robert L. McNeely joseph O. Sullivan Clan of 1941 Carl Collins I. D. Hudgins G. T. Fattaruso Thomas Pugh L. Higgenbothan Charles Scutt 1 , Preridenf ...... ......... R ALPH P. Mooms Vife-Preridezzi ..... . . . RTICHARD G. STONEBURNER Serreta1'y-Tmnrzzrer ............... PROF. FRED CAYLOR 12' lie! .. . n -if gtg - libel F Ralph Moore, Joe Alexander, J. T. Arendall, William Blanford, Professor Fred Caylor fno picturej, Professor Fleet Dillard, George George fno picturej, Stuart Graham fno picturej, Willialm Goode, Clyde Hardy fno picturej, Robert Harris, Curtis Haug, john Haw, Albert Jacobs, Thomas Johnson, Hunter Keck, Dr. Ralph McDanel, Eugene McCaul fno picturej, Robert Martin fno picturel, Dr. Williani Muse, Roger Page, Dr. Raymond Pinchbeck, David Rice, Professor Eugene Ritter fno pic- turej, Charles Ryland, Richard Stoneburner, Thomas Taylor, Edwin Wortliain fno picturej. THE Omicron Delta Kappa Fraternity was founded at Washiiigton and Lee University on iDecember 3, 1914. A college activities honor society for men, this fraternity has chapters or circles in forty-two American colleges and uni- versities. The purposes of Omicron Delta Kappa are to recognize men who have attained a high standard of efficiency in col- Q M I C R G N legiate activities, and to inspire others to strive for conspicu- ous attainments along similar linesfto bring together the D E A K QA most representative men in all phases of collegiate life and thus to create an organization which vvill help to mould the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and inter- collegiate interestg and to bring together members of the faculty and student body of the institution on a basis of mutual interest and understanding. y.'q.f A vim-25,1 -gf-.-f lf?" .1--1, , rw.. ,- U "-' f ..- '- .r,1H'..' ' R: V- lk. ' '.' 3 f Rffffikflllst- l' :+,1.H --3:1 .L iv MORTAR BOARD Prefidenl ...... ....... O LIVE K. MESSER Vice-Preridem . . . . . . MARGARET Lociqwoon Serremry .................... MARGARET CARPENTER K,-6 ar H irfofifm .................... BARBARA DEIARNETTI3 Qllc1I'fE7'lJl Editor . . . . . . CAROLINE FRAZER Alma Mater ..... . , . . . JULIA MCCLURE Spomor .... .... M Iss ISABEL HARRIS MORTAR Board, national honorary fraternity for senior women, was founded in Syracuse, New York, in 1918. Pi Alpha, an honorary society at Westliampton College, began as early as 1921 to petition Mortar Board for admission. Finally, after a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa f1928Q was installed at the University of Richmond, the petition was granted, june 26, 1930. The members of Mortar Board are chosen in the spring of their junior year. The qualities on which selection is based are leadership, scholarship, and service. The aims of Mortar Board are to work constructively for the betterment of the college community, to foster school spirit and a spirit of co- operation between the students and the faculty, and to hold high the ideals for which the organization stands. s Preridem' ...... ..... . . J. STUART GRAHAM, jr. Vice-Preridefzl ..... ..... F RANCIS W. TYNDALL Sen'etm'y-Treamrer .......... l .... HUNTER B. KECK, jr. 'F Eliz'1bcth Darracott, Martha Ellis, Clyde T. Haldy, Jr., R. M. C. Harris, jr., Edwin L Levy Jr., G. Ben McClure, Helene Miller, Ralph P. Moore, Paul Somers, Jr. fno picturej, Paul Watlington, Edwin Worthiliim. Family Dr. Ralph C. McDanel, joseph E. Nettles, Dr. Charles H. Wl1eeler, Eugene K, Ritter, Dr. Maude Woodhn. FOUNDED at the University not Syracuse in 1909, Pi Delta Epsilon is the national honorary fraternity that has for its primary purpose the encouragement and im- provement of journalism on the college campus. Forty- two colleges and universities ythroughout the United States boast chapters of the fraternity. The local chapter received its charter on November 26, 1926. Since its installation here, P.D.E. has fostered all student publications. To be eligible for membership in P.D.E., a student must have served for at least two years on university publications and have attained a re- sponsible position on the staff of a publication. l l ul PI DELTA EPSILON 4 Preridefzf ........ .... . ..... J OHN T. ARENDALL Secretary ........................ J. WESLEY BOYKIN Clyde T. Hardy, jr., G. Ben McClure TA U KAP PA ALP I-IA 155-lik 1 T AU KAPPA ALPHA, the national honorary debat- ing and forensic fraternity, was founded at Indian- apolis, Indiana, on May 13, 1908. The Richmond College chapter was founded here in 1917. Those students who manifest forensic ability as evidenced by participation in intercollegiate debates and other contests of like nature are eligible for membership. The society holds its elections annually, and taps in the Spring. Membership in the fraternity is the high- est honor obtainable in forensic activity at Richmond College. -,,, - - p 41" J ,- -H' -Q Q: "-", ',f. ' 1 tv .. . . .- v-'4-, Q'- ft, , x . ' 5' ... I 1- ' - - . ,V - l 1 I . ,. . I ' if , , -H 1 , 1 1 1 1 1' -L ' K3 fl I I . I If r H Q C .Ng Ju- Q X. V N -- ink 20' -A " - . ' g c ixfilx 4: I A. , f Q9 I ' ' gh , ,S r 'wg '1' ' S - kj l X " . J, . - - J., F he. ' : 1 .Y Y-- W A A-'fait J: ..- 1,97 Luv f r . - 'f ' ' 4 .I Hp... I X 1- 14 '5 Q W -it 5 15' g - 4, -- J .lf 5 ,L ,,. Fx 56'-3' nb' --- " C 'Emi- 4-L N - 'fe ,r ' 1 ,,,3. K 1 , EV? gf, , it . I ' of .5- 'K 1.,x . 1 He -if l . .ID m-'Je 11+ Web igeauty Mlss AGNES R. DEATON ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA rifzlesthampton Q . I Cjlass fBeaIuties Sophomore Clan MISS ELIZABETH JOHNSON N N Frefhmafz Clan I Miss Lois CAMPBELL I I A II Senior Clan Miss ALICE LACY f Q3 Q . K ,Qi 9 ...fa , VR, junior Clan MISS VIRGINIA SHUMAN Senior Clary ALBERT L. JACOBS junior Clan A. B. MAIKCHANT iBest Looking 'fBoys Sophomore Clan BRUCE VAN BUSKIRK Fl'6J'Z77?Zt171 Clam V. DAVID ROLAND MISS JULIA MCCLURE ROGER B. PAGE 21342515 will Round fBest Qrhletes Mlss jo ANN KENT ALBERT L. JACOBS A. , MISS OLIVE MESSER J. STUART GRAHAM iBest Students Miss RUTH PARKER DANVILLE, VIRGINIA Web Eclitorinl Suzy' onsrfzs Miss ANNE RIKER NEW YORK, NEW YORK UVM Bz4.ri:1e.r.f SMH 1 will N MISS MARGARET SMITH RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Web Law Sclaool - .ff 1, , Il ,i Miss MARGARET CARPENTER NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Riclamoml College Stmlefzt Gozfermfzelzt onscfzs MRS. CHARLES E. SIDDALL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Foolball A-W' I MISS LOIS CAMPBELL SALTVILLE, VIRGINIA Collegian Editorial Sta MISS ELLEN MILLING MOBILE, ALABAMA Honor Council MISS EVALINE FLOW RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Omifmrz Della Kappa F MISS ANNE SCOTT CAMPBELL VENTER, VIRGINIA Bfukelba!! ponscfis ,j.., th, -, MISS ELIZABETH JARMAN STANARDSVILLE, VIRGINIA Senior Clem MISS DOROTHY ROBERTS CREWE, VIRGINIA Cheer Leader MISS MAR JORIE MOORE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Law School Student Gofzernmefzt INITIATING a new tradition, that of presenting an elaborate May Day only once every four years, the Class of 1937 sponsored the first of the three graceful but simple intervening celebrations. Because the theme was a typical English Country May Day, the Coronation of Margaret Anita Mitchell took place at the beginning of the festivities, according to the true custom. The entire senior class, in pastel shades, formed a picturesque background for the queen and her maids of honor, Alice Torbeck, Betty Allison, Nancy Lee Riley, and Nancy Chappell. Various entertainments presented for approval by Martha Anne Freeman, as Town Crier, included folk dances in which under- graduates participated, and the specialty dance number of Betty Car- per. DIGLIZQS Scenes from "ARMS AND THE MAN" with Sally Moore Barnes Alys D'Avesr1e Mary Sue Carter Carlson Thomas Ralph Moore John Moore Robert Martin Working backstage Scenes from "NIGHT OF JANUARY 16th" l l 6214635 FRATERNITIES this year have made a decided innovation by giving most of their dances in the gym or in a large hall, where it was pos- sible to invite the greater per cent of the campus. This change has served to create a new spirit of interfraternity friendliness which no other agency could effect. The new Interfraternity Dance Committee plan has worked success- fully to date, and plans are being made for "Big Doings" at finals. Perhaps the most outstanding social event of the year was the junior Prom at which Miss Emily Parker, escorted by Gerald Scott, president of the class, was crowned queen. SNAPSHOTS 1. Zoology Lab 2. La Deaton 3. Football Season 4. Dr. Mitchell 5. Law School-lfulling 6. Mock Trial 7. Dean Doubles 8. Studying 9. Law Students UI 10. Obviously Posed 11. Romancing 12. It's too small to see anyhow 13. The Haven 14. Grin, Boy 15. A Genuine Princess 116. Monkeying Around 17. Collegiate 18. More Football- and Warner 19. Hot to - 20. Cold 10,1 1 1..,1,,,,1In...W1,.,,....,..1InI1Im1....1 1 1,.,,1,,.,- Compliment! of . STUART Ot BETTS, IPC. Wholeyale Confectioner: 1313 E. MAIN ST., RICHMOND, VA. Agent: fm- SCHRAFFTS CHOCOLATES W. T. STUART J. E. REDFOIID, JR. 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D. . Abernethy Adams. E. . .. Adams, E. M. . Adams, R. A. . . Adams. V. R. . Alexander, D. M. Alexander, 1... E. . .. L. H Alexander, Alexander, S. I... Allard, C. T. .. . Allen, R. XV. .. Allen, S. R. .... Alley, R, E. Allman, G. N. . Allman, VV. T. . Alvarado, J. A. . Alvis, F. R. . . .. Amrheim, J. A. Anderson, A. E. Anderson, E. H. Anderson, H. P. Andonegui, I. .. Andrews, G. H. Andrews, XV. P. Arendall, E. M. Arendall, T. T. . Arthur, C. R. .. Asher, J. D. . . . August, C. E. .. August, VV. T. . Baggs, VV. I. .. Balch, E. V. . . . Bangle, XV. G. . Barden, C. E. .. Bareford, J. M. Barkley, C. G. . Barney, S. .... . Baroody, M. B. Bass, K. C. .. .. Bass, VV. E. Beale, A. F. .. . . Beale, A. H. Beck, A. C. ..... . Bell, J. R, ........ . Berkeypile, I. VV. . . . Berre T C . y, . .. . . . . Bingham, L. NV. . . . . Binsted, H. G. . .. Black, H. VV. .. Black, I. F. .. .. Black, K. L. Black, L. G. .. . Blackley, H. A. .. Blair, W. J. Blanton, J. B. . . .. Bloxom, J. M. Boatwright. J. B. . . . Bobbitt, H. E. . .. Boisseau, R. S. ... Booth, C. R. Boswell, M. P. Botts, S. H. .... . Bowers, A. R. . .. Bowles, R. C. . . ,J. P. R RIC!-IMCDND COLLEGE 314 East 178th Street, Bronx, N. Y. v 12 East Main Street, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . 2 Clark Road, Richmond. Va. . . . 2510 Stuart Avenue, Richmond Va. Clarkton,Va. ... . . . . . . . . . . . . Red Oak, Charlotte, Va. RedOak,Charlotte Va. 4210 Kingcrest Parkway, Richmond Va. . 4210 Kingcrest Parkway, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . . . 425 Wythe Avenue, Petersburg, Va. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4210 Kingcrest Parkway, Richmond, Va. . . . . .1 . . . . . . . 3423 Hanover Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . l . . . . . . . 5020 Patterson Avenue, Richmond Va. . . . . l . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2900 3rd Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . 104 VVestmoreland Street Richmond, Va. Gordonsville.Va. R. F. D. No. 4, Richmond,Va. . . . . . .................... 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Y. ... ,, Iiritlon, lf. ll. .... , . . liritton, Il. IJ. .. lIroclc, IV. I.. llrock, X. M. ....... ,, Ilmcltclllmrmnugh, A. .. III'U1.fJlll, R. 'I'. ..... ,, l'Irooking', VV. W. .. Iiroolts, J. N. lirooks, 11. lx. .... IIrong.:'lnn:m, I.. R, l'Irown C 11 lirown, N. ...... Hrownitng, R. A. Iirunk, li. I.. .... I llruno, 'l'. ll. ... Iinlloclc, Il. A. ... ,, liurclcttc, I.. ll. .. 7 7 Imrgt-, NV. 11. Burgess, NV. U. Butcher, IC. VV. . Iinxbzunn, J. M. ., ,, Luke, I'l, l'.. ..... L1 I" . ' . . .. CIl1'1L'l', R. C. .. Czxsale, S. . . . .. Cr' ' 2 9 Catlelt, C. If. Lrxtron, S. II. .... Czluthorne, G. If. .. Clllllllll-l'11L', M. R. . 7 Clialklcy, 'l'. N. .. Chapin, J. Ii. .... . Clmpnum, ll. Il. .. Cliristensun, A. R. f..l11'lSl1i1l1, l'. M. .. ,, Cllurcli, IMI. M. ,, Cl'u'l' I I7 .. X. . ,., , 7 L,l.nlt, Ill. I. Clay, I.. A. , ....... .. Clement, A. M. ..... Cliiiltscnli-s, H. Coates, C.. L. ..... . Collins. C. A. .. Combs, M. I.. .. Cooke, P. S. Copley, lf. I.. .. Copley, II. II. . Corbett, J. IN-I. .. Cornwell, IC. XV. .... .. .. Corrcll, IV. II. ... .. Cosby, F. S. Cosby, J. R. ..... .... Cotton, R. C. ...... .. Courtney. R. II. .... . . Creasy, C. A. . . . . Creasy, S. II. .. Crews, J. I. .... Crisnlan, II. S. .. Crist, A. I.. .... v . :..... . 607 Fauquier Street, Fredericksburg, Va. . . .. 2705A Floyd Avenue, Richmond, Va. .. 3210 Fendall Avenue, Richmond, Va. .. 319 W'est Main Street, Danville Va. Burkevil1e,Va. Burkeville,Va. 3912 VVest Franklin Street, Richmond, Va. 710 Vtfest Grace Street, Richmond, Va. . 4008 Crutchfield Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . , 4308 Augusta Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . 330 Augusta Avenue, Riclnnond, Va. .. 18 North NVest Street, PC1CfSb1lFg,V2l. 3804 Chznnberlayne Avenue, Richmond, Va. 3804 Chamberlayne Avenue Richmond . . 411 Kilbourne Avenue, ,Appalachia Va. Va. . 2317 East Broad Street, Richmond, Va. . . . . . 1617 Princeton Road, Riclnnond, Va. . 3117 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . 1900 Amelia Street, Richmond, Va. 1418 Porter Street, Richmond Va. 2100 North Avenue, Richmond Va. Buchanan,Va. . . . .. 202 South Main Street, Suffolk, Va. 4414 Augusta Avenue, Richmond Va. . 419 South Laurel Street, Richmond Va. . . . . . . . . . . ,. Route No. 5, Richmond Va. 4324 Chamberlayne Avenue, Richmond Va. .2017 Itlonument Avenue, Richmond Va. . . . . . 2814 Hanes Avenue, Richmond, Va. Carpenter, J. J. .. . . -I '1 lull ll Il ish, lx. C. .... .. Cash, W. J. ....... . ':1Izn'inun. J. A. . . . ,, 38 Ellsworth Street, Martinsville,Va. Va Umon, . . . . . . 302 Overbrook Road, Riclnnond, Va. 345 North 44th Street, New York, N. Y. . .. 1408 West 50th Street, Norfolk, Va. 2322 Maplewood Avenue, Riclnnond, Va. .. 205 Goldsborough Street, Easton, Md. Northfork, VV.Va. . 2641 Ashland Avenue, Baltimore, Md. ....... 417 Moore Street, Bristol, Va. . . . . . 1003 Perry Street, Riclnnond, Va. 32 Cerra Street, Santurce, Puerto Rico . .. 107 Prospect Street, Covington, Va. Mar1on,Va. . ..,. King and Queen Courthouse, Va. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . Route 6, Richmond Va. 2715 Fendall Avenue, Riclnnond, Va. . . . . . 3232 Park Avenue, Riclnnond, Va. .. . . 2913 Noble Avenue, Richmond Va. Highland Springs Va. . 2314 Maplewood Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . 509 No-rth Boulevard. Richmond, Va. . 4215 Kensington Avenue, Riclnnond, Va. Urbanna . . . . . . 704 Libbie Avenue, Richmond, Va. Va. . . 1219 Nottoway Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . 4105 Hermitage Road, Richmond, Va. Machodoc Va. Cambria . . . . . . Combs Drive, Fredericksburg Va. Va. . . . . 2815 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . 5501 Grove Avenue, Riclnnond, Va. . . . . . 5501 Grove Avenue. Richmond, Va. Hot Springs 906 Sylvania Avenue, Fredericksburg v Va. Va. . .. 909 West Grace Street, Richmond, Va. 3015 Second Avenue, Richmond Va. 2101 East Marshall Street, Richmond, Va. ..3114A Hanover Avenue, Richmond, Va. .. 1802 Greenville Avenue, Richmond, Va. Gretna . . . .............. .......... G retna . . . . .808 South Braddock Street, NVinchester 122 Terrace Avenue, Petersburg - 1 I v Va. Va. Va. Va. . Va. Cross, J. C. Crouch, F. M. . . . Crouch, H. .... . Crowder, C. XV. . Dameron, M. . Daniel, R. F. . .. Darden, H. M. ...... . . . . Daughtrey, XV. F. Davenport, T. M. Davis, D. XIV. ...... .... Dew, 11. F. ...... . . . . Dickinson, H. H. . . . . . . . Dinwiddie, B. A. . . . Dickinson, F. .. . Dodd, J. H. ...... . . Donohue, J. H. . . . Dooley, XV. P. . . . . . Doumlele, J. A. . . .. . . Drake, M. I. . . . Duffey, I. M. .... .. Dunn, R. G. ....... . Dunkum, XV. XV. . . . . . . . Durrette, R. XV. .... . . . . harle, I. B. ...... .... Earles, L. A. . .. Edberg, L. -I. . . . lgddleton, O. 13. . .. lzggleston, F. E. .... . . . . Elder, VV. H. .... . . . . Elliott, H. S. . . . Ellis, R. VV. . . .. Elmore, R. B. . . Ely, C. M. ,... . Embrey, E. P. Ende, M. ..... . Epes. S. C. ...... , , Enbank, E. XV. . . . Euhank, R. XV. .. . . Evans, M. G. .. Faiella, I. D. .. Fainter, H. 12. Farber, L. R. .. Faris, VV. L. . Farley, VV. V. . .. Farley, VV. VV. .... . Fattaruso, G. T. .... . Felton, C. A. .... . Fennell, R. H. Fergusson, I. A. . .. . Ferneyhough, C. J Ferramosca, O. ..... . Field, E. L. ........ . Fitzhugh, XV. B. .. . Flax, I. S. ...... . Fleetwood, H. Fleming, I. C. Florence. I. VV. .. Foqe, I. M. ..... . Fontaine, I. T. . . . Ford, C. P. Ford, E. W. .... . Fowler, D. W. Fox, F. R. Fox, J. H. ...... . Francisco, C. T. . . . . Franklin, I. S. ...... . . Frederieksen, 1. 1X'l. . . . . ... . . Fronczelc, A. A. .... ..... , . . . . Frostick, H. VV. .... . . . Gamboa, M. V. . Garden, H. ,1. .. Garian, C. ..... . Garrison, K. 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VVindsor,Va. . . . 1208 Avondale Avenue, Richmond, Va. Kent's Store,Va. . . . . 3422 Grove Avenue, Richmond. Va. ... . . . . . . . . . .. Susan Post Olhce. Va. Cu1peper,Va. Nassawadox,Va. . . . . 225 Cowardin Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . 225 Cowardin Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . 50 Locust Avenue, Hampton, Va. . . . .3024 ldlewood Avenue, Richmond. Va. . . . . . . . . . . . 2906 Montrose Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . ............. 253 Roctow Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. , . . .... 4801 Pocahontas Avenue, VVestnioreland Place, Va. . . . ........... ...... 3 135 Park Avenue, Richmond. Va. ,letersvillc.Va. . . . . 1936 Riggs Avenue, Baltimore, Md. . . . . . 1210 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, M d. .. . . . . . . . . .. University of Richmond, Va. . .. 2016 4th Street, N. E., Washington, D. C. . . . . . . . . , . 620 North Road, Richmond, Va. . .. 2026 Grayland Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . 1819 Hanover Avenue, Richmond, Va. Dumbarton,Va. . . . . . . . 123 South Court Street, Luray, Va. 1827 West Grace Street, Richmond, Va. . . . . Rox 105, University of Richmond, Va. . . . . University Heights, Richmond, Va. . . . . . 2800 Francis Street, jackson, Mich. Drcwry'sB1uFf,Va. . . . 2009 West Grace Street, Richmond, Va. . . . 502 Northside Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . 506 Harmeling Street, Bristol, Va. . . . 3218 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . 1808 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . .3020 Edgewood Avenue, Richmond, Va. Secrist, I. B. ..... ............... 1 612 M ontiero Avenue, Richmond, Va. Segal, R. E. ....... ............... 1 37 Kearny Avenue, Perth Amboy, N. J. Seymours, I. A. ...... . .. Panorama entre San jacintco- y Rohan, Havana, Cuba Shackelforcl, G. H. ..................... 22 Myrtle Street, Hampton, Va. Shiflett, R. W. ..... ........... 2 817 Hawthorne Avenue, Richmond, Va. Siddall, C. E. .... 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No. 2, Richmond 501 Logan Streeet, South Boston. Va ,Va ,Va . . . . . ., .................... Logan, W. Va. . . . . . . . . . 1149 26th Street, Newport News , Va . .. 202 South Mulberry Street, Richmond. Va. . . . . 1019 West Grace Street, Richmond, Va .. . 4100 Kensington Avenue, Richmond, Va . . . . 701 North 31st Street, Richmond, Va. .. . . 1411 North 22nd Street, Richmond, Va . . . . . . . 10 Arbutus Avenue, Pitman, N. J . . . 4521 Seminary Avenue, Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . . . 3005 Brook Road, Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . . . . . 3005 Brook Road, Richmond, Va Stover, J. O. ....... ............ 7 03 Main Street, South Boston, Va Straughan, I. M. . . . . Stubbs, VV. F. .... Stutz, C. F. . . .. Sullivan, ji. O. . . . Surber, W. H. Talley. R, V. Tanous, -I. H. Tate, O. F. .... . Taylor, A. C. .. Taylor, A. H. .. Taylor, R. F. .... . Taylor, R. L. ...... .. Tenlpleman, H. NV Terry, VV. S. ....... .. Thacker, j. L. . . . . Thomas, C. R. .. . Thomas, J. B. . . . . Thomas, P. 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NVright, J. VV. VVrigl1t, P. VV. VVright, VV. G. Younts, C. P. Ziealoose, H. C. . . WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE Ackcr, lilizabetli Benson . Akers, l.ilyan Ernestine . Aler. jane ................ .......... . ........................ C hurchland. Va. Alexander, Dorothy Layne .... Allen, Lucy Burke ...... Alston, Dorothy lflizabeth Arnold, Mary Lorraine . . Ashhrooke, lilizalmeth Mar . . . . . . . . . . . Route 5, Box 129, Richmond, Va. . . . 98 NVinchester Avenue, New Haven, Conn. . . . . . . 2904 Hawthorne Avenue, Richmond, Va. Exmore, Va. . . . 203 VVest Franklin Avenue, New Haven, Conn. . . . . . . . . 4914 Cary Street Road, Richmond Va. .. .. 851 30th Street, Newport News Va. . . . . . 851 30th Street, Newport News Va. . . . 2013 Rosewood Avenue, Richmond Va. . . . . 4416 Augusta Avenue, Richmond Va. . . . 4310 Springhill Avenue, Richmond, Va. 911 West 32nd Street, Richmond Va. . . . 4800 Patterson Avenue, Richmond Va. . . . . . . . . 3149 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . 512 NVashington Square, Hagerstown, Md. . . . . . . 615 Roseneath Road, Richmond Va. . . .. 2918 Seminary Avenue, Richmond Va. . . . 3205 Kensington Avenue, Richmond Va. . . . . 3205 Hanover Avenue, Richmond Va. . . . 301 VVest 31st Street, Richmond, Va. Gresham, S. C. .. . . . . . . . .. Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Gresham, S. C. . . . . . . . . 210 Hardy Avenue, Norfolk, Va. . . .. 613 West 33rd Street, Richmond, Va. . . . . . 136 East james Street, Lancaster, Pa. . . 1401 Confederate Avenue, Richmond, Va. . .. 203 East Trinity Avenue, Durham, N. C. ., 2003 Wfalton Avenue, Bluefield, VV. Va. . . . . 3406 Gloucester Road, Richmond, Va. . . . . . 1308 Victor Street, Richmond, Va. Shungnak, Alaska . . . . 1110 Clark Street, Fayetteville, N. C. VVilliams, R. D . . . . 903 Grove Avenue, South Boston, .. . 408 VVest Grace Street, Richmond . . . . . . 3319 Grove Avenue, Richmond 4312 Forest Hill Avenue, Stuart Court, Richmond Richmond Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. . . . . 2719 Hanes Avenue, Richmond,,Va. Gordonsville,Va. . . . . 404 Hinton Street, Petersburg, Va. . . . . . . 301 Hinton Street, Petersburg, Va. . . . . 6160 Lakeside Avenue, Dumbarton, Va. . . . . 1212 Laburnum Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . 4433 Park Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . 3217 Hanes Avenue, Richmond, Va. BowlingGreen,Va. . . . . . . . Hotel VVeyanoke, Farmville, Va. .. . . 616 Connecticut Avenue. Norfolk, Va. . . . . . . . . .. 1614 Fair Street, Camden, S. C. . . . 443 Newport News Avenue, Hampton, Va. . . . . . . 5100 Caledonia Road, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . S100 Caledonia Road, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . . . . 301 Roanoke Street, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . . . 1344 Bedford Avenue, Lynchburg, Va. . . 2702 Northumberland Avenue, Richmond, Va. Acorn,Va. . . . . 8430 East Dixie Highway, Miami, Fla. Lewislaurg,VV.Va. .... 5070 McKean Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. . ................... 5503 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . 4210 Kingcrest Parkway, Richmond, Va. .. . .... 3002 Seminary Avenue, Richmond Va. .. .... 608 Hazelhurst Avenue, Richmond, va. . . . . . . . . . 105 Elizabeth Street, Clearfield, Pa. r . . . .... 2716 Hillcrest Road, Richmond, Va. Attkisson, Constance ....... . . . 2909 Fendall Avenue, Richmond . Auringer, Dorothy Burke . . . . . . 5704 Meadow Street, Richmond ,Va , Va. Big'Is1and,Va. Austin, Margaret Louise .... Austin, Mary Imogene Aycock, Madge Marie ...... Babcock, Natalye Tunison . . . Bailey, Frances Bell ....... Baird, Lucy VVynn ....... Baldwin, Amy Cottrell . . . Ball, Virginia Lee ..... Barnes, Sally Moore . .. Batten, Hildah Cofer . . . Beale, Charlotte Anne ...... Beam, Martha Lillian ....... Beauchamp, Nell Katherine .. Belding, Martha Isora ....... Bishop, Lucille Burrow . . . Blake, Lois ........... Bobbitt, Emily jean ...... Boehling, Mary Anne .... Boisseau, Byrd Taylor Bradshaw, Elsie Fowler .... Branch, Rebecca Clarke .... Brann, Ruth Annette ....... Brawer, Marjorie Goldy .... Brewer, Margaret Sparks Brison, Margaret Ruth ...... Britt, Mary Virginia ........ Brittingham, Margaret Evelyn Brott, Audrey Vivian ....... Brown, Frances Elizabeth Brown, Rebecca Arthur .... Bryant, Sarah Goyne ..... Bugg, Virginia Hall . . . . . . Burch, Elizabeth Collier ..... Burfoot, Edith McDowell . . . Burgess, Anne Therese ..... 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Dawley, Dorothy Eloise .... Dawson, Gwendoline Julia Deaton, Agnes Russell ..... DeBoe, Frances Virginia . . . .. . . . . . . . .. 915 West 6th Street, Erie, Pa. . . . . 714 North 24th Street, Rielnnond, Va. Princeton, N. C. . . . . 5.24 Deer Park Avenue, Babylon, N. Y. . . . . . . . . . 27 Willway Road, Richmond, Va. Rawlings,Va. 503 Chimborazo Boulevard, Richmond Va. Schuyler,Va. . .. 2232 West Grace Street, Richmond Va. .. . . . . . . . . . R.F,D. No. 2, Smithfield, Va, . . . . . . . . . . . . Box 462, Portsmouth, Va. Hamlet N.C . . . . 15 Dahlgren Avenue, Portsmouth, Va: 2616 Chamberlayne Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . , . 1309 Perry Street, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . 3029 Noble Avenue, Riclnnond, Va. ..,......................Entield,N.C. . . . . 3021 Hanover Avenue, Richmond, Va DeVVitt,Va. Laurel,Va. . . . 312 Overbrook Road, Richmond, Va. Village Va . . . . . . . 425 Park Avenue, Paterson, J: . . . . . . . . . 907 B Street, South Norfolk, Va. . . . . . . . . 268 East 39th Street, Norfolk, Va. . 205 North Addison Street, Richmond, Va. Victoria,Va. 34 Prospect Avenue. Gloversville, N. Y. . . . . . . . 3209 2nd Avenue, Richmond, Va. 5llV01'SD1'111gS, Md. . . . . . 5500 Riverside Drive, Richmond, Va. 3014 Chamberlayne Avenue, Richmond, Va. Fentress,Va. . . . . .4302 Fitzhugh Avenue, Richmond, Va. 652 Northumberland Avenue, Roanoke, Va. . . . . . . . 1001 Grove Avenue, Riclnnond, Va. . . . . . . . . . 2002 3rd Avenue, Richmond, Va. . ., ................... Venter, Va. Saltville Va. . . . . . . 812 Raleigh Avenue, Norfolk, Va. . .. 2409 Rosewood Avenue, Riclnnond, Va. . . . . . 54 Sagamore Road, Bronxville, N. Y. 501 Chimborazo Boulevard, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . 2711 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Va. Woodstock,Va. .. 2327 Maplewood Avenue, Richmond, Va. Peotone,1ll. . . . 214 East Meade Street, Philadelphia, Pa. . . . 214 East Meade Street, Philadelphia, Pa. . . . . . . . 32 Bailey Road, Maplewood, N. j. . . . . . . . 32 Bailey Road, Maplewood, N. J. . . . . . 3429 Hanover Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . 4318 Stonewall Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . ...................... Midlothian, Va. . 2101 East 1X-'larshall Street, Richmond. Va. ........ Caixa 1982, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . . . . 2319 Rosewood Avenue, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . Hampton Gardens, Richmond, Va. .... . . . . . . . . . . .. Route 10, Richmond, Va. 206 South Church Street, Spartanburg, S. C. Box86l,Logan,W.Va. . . . . . . . 3226 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Va. , . . , . . . 3226 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Va. Beaufort,S.C. 524 South Sheppard Street, Richmond, Va. Gordonsv1lle,Va. . . . . . 421 North Boulevard, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . 623 Overbrook Road, Richmond, Va. . . 232 Vtfoodrow Avenue, High Point, N. C. . . . . . . . 3126 Lamb Avenue, Richmond, Va. VirginiaBeach.Va. . 133 North Fillmore Street, Arlington, Va. Chatham,Va. Grimm, Helen Avis .... DeJarnette, Ruth Barbara .... . . . Dennis, Virginia Lee ...... Dickinson, Charlotte AIIIIC . . . Dinneen, Marie Lenore .... Dodd, Helen Marie ......... Doyle, Caroline Virginia .... Driggers. Frances Lee ....... Dudley. Charlotte McAdams Duke, Dorothy Ann ........ .... Dnling, Christine Irving .. . Duncan, Truman Crystal .... Earp, Mary Jones ........ Eckles, Barbara Ruth .... Elliott, Martha Jeffress Ellis, Edna Virginia ..... Ellis, Martha Lou ..... Ellis, Susan Anne ..... Epes, Gladys Rebecca .... Eppes, Sarah Anne ....... Evans, Alice Cook .......... Evans, Elizabeth Jeannette . . . Faulkner, Jacqueline Minge .... Fennell, Josephine Franklin .... Fisher, Johanna Elizabeth Flanagan, Eunice Signora .. . Fleet, Mollie Macgill ........ Florance, Juliet Harrison .... Flow, Evaline Bernard ...... Ford, Mildred Lee ............ Forrer, Margaret Elizabeth .... Fowlkes, Florance Pauline . . . Fox, Betty Lee ........... Francis, Kathleen Burke ....... Frazer. Caroline Henderson .... Gafford, Mildred Terry ..... Garrett, Patsy Gwynne .... Garrett, Virginia Ellen .... Garth, Anne ............ Gary, Carolyn Hatcher .... Gatewood, Nancy Trevcy .... Gee, Ellen Douglas ......... German, Lorene Clifford . . . . Goode, Lula Rebecca ...... Grant, Dorothy Wfright . .. Gray, Helen Somerville ..... Greenhaum, Frances Rose ...... Greenebaum, Kathyrn Estelle Gregory, Myra Ann .... ...,.. . . . Gresham, Janet Moore . ..... . . Grounds, Mary Jayne .... Gunter, Julia McNeill .... Gustafson, Mildred Jane . . Hanft, Janet Alma ....... Hargrove, Doris Ann ....... .... Harman, Cassandra XVard . . . . . Harper, Maxine Virginia .... Harrell, Florance Henrietta .... . . Harrell, Mildred Louise ....... .... Harris, Margaret Louise ........ . . . Harshbarger, Dorothy Bernice .... .. Hazard, Mary Evelyn ......,.. Henry, Mary Elizabeth . .. Hertzberg, Bella ........... Hewes, Dorothy Virginia .... .. 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