University of Richmond - Web Yearbook (Richmond, VA)
- Class of 1940
Page 1 of 234
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 234 of the 1940 volume:
ii AA: .. ' ' r ,.,
in 1-"T ' " 'bw -'
'auto Og 'f I-S-I.,
O III f
. gI 1 R'
" I . AWIQ ,Ain D I
P . va I . w .3 7 I' ' II
. w 5 . . . ' . 4
itmi A' A - ' Q 0' 5 3.
5 :I II ,I I 3 ,. III, -i ,I . . ' I .II II oi.: I qu.
. Y a -- Q Y .-
bb .' 1 '- - O. Q'
'Ek 'J' ffl Y 'L ' Q- I, 4 J 1 I . iff! '
C .- f1"'ef "' v Ai- ' . ""' JI" ...I ". Ag, -. ' ' , -4 31'
.- I-.gm -fha'-51 .. -,..4,.. .'-.1 'z
asm- v -f ' .1 H 4l'A.'f"'. 'A V Q 1
if 'A' 'r ' - " . M5-"4 " A is SA A A ' A f '
q..'.' :."2 tt lrnf. tlltl. 'AAA' . -1 " ' P 5 "A"
'AA A AA-5-A3L""l Ai . A .MQ . AA Q Q ' 1' ' 1 v "3
, 29.4 I 'ge"l-?Qj"I' .I '1'1,,c - I- M- '
' I ' ?If Iwi 'l. i .--""'AQ,," 1 ,I 4. -
f f- - -- ..' -1--f.
'faq . 'Au ,v'lW x I. I A 4 ' ' 9' :'a. HA I 1
-i'-1-.M Qf'p'.'fT.. - ' " 9" -' M LN, 1 . 1- .
III It-,,. 'Tig .gy . 1 - f 5.: . 1-u-3---,,I' .. . ,
fa .. - .ff -- '4 .,x. . I II III I
vnu ,'.I,IIgI ,p I I ,. .IIe.II-I.. . Iv It 1 II., ,II ,I-
'R 5 J-.,LSTAAA Aff' A ' 1 -- ' QA' A AA' , V
- r A A A 15 ' TI: . ,I I A7- I . -' 1' - .
va' .ILM-5g.'fII1I I I' o,I nd ,:u.'I,,,T II
3-I V -Lf? T- Ip bg, gi'-I. I :I . - Wh I. Q
,- er F, - -T51 :I-In IJ:-'.Iq'I .III 'f ' ., -1 '. I- , ' 5 I
' J 1- 'N -n ., .44 , .49 ff. 144' . u' -'., ' . f 'Q " 'Wi S "-'
-J ,- I -I gIIvI,IgI va,-.LII I,II ,I II I?-It II,eI..l-I Q ,., ' I. , I1 II. Is, G I, I I
.' II. -I-'u,? 1 qv , x ' 0143. - f'-f' , . - , Ir,
f 4, 1 ,a AA.1",5'z".r' ' A 9 NAA 7- '40 'Q' Q in . ,- 4
. 4 1 I .- .. I . - ' yn I
qt WJ 1 ' uv IA A','pA 'WA ,a','--A . .J ffi':"3', -- J A iv
is III, 5 J . ., IA Iii. -- fp Q-.' u. ',.,I,:j .
a , --' , 1 ini- ' sl ', ' " Q .A
1 'QU lj "' . 'I , ' . I,, ' . I 'fy
4.4-9 a H Q -iv: 35' ? -. 2-- - IJ-fe, . fa .
4: - I .I Q I v . I 'Y ,I -QIIIQWQ4 Il , , , I.,J. , .' QI
' . 1, ,Q 5'-. 1, 5' , ..
.I I 1 .II .I A 1-I .rf IIIIQIIEIIF IL- I In IIIIKI III -o
5. VT ' ' -J. ' '- .1213-V .' L "- Af " 1- . . - 'T 5
HI! .I . I P I ,I f,'III.I I I4 II I, I f. IIII IILIIIInI'l?I,In . IQI
L " uf P yi' " ' U 3" -nf-if? "A: 'W' ' 'X 'tr ,L 'Q 'f Y '
f 'f. . -.1 war. --ef , .- .-5 '.--111.4115 A-'A,ii -'P' 1 ' 1'
:Z " 1' ffm- ' ' a 111' Mfatif- els' , ' 1. "" -.. Y -4.
A r 'AA :ul ftp. -5 -9 ' A' P A'A'A?r A' 'Ai' Q- A 4' AAAA A ,Af V I
gl -- V - I I .- , - I I .f I - 1 ' II II .,I, 'I I I , I I ,
III. 3 .. MI , III gg? ..v -5,I ...QQ Q I JQAEQILQ II .II .lb I. F .v L-I,
- v rf ' ' ' ' D' ' - ' 'Q ' f 0 . J' ' uw ' N1 - '
" 'r"' '.. ' . J. --MJ .I --A 1 Q 1.9" Sv M-"Q ' gf I ' v- -
TA '. - '-5.41 A 4.i:A'?' A A of-as A ' A ' ii A ' -1:7 ' 'A '. '.. 'L QA A' jA'A.,IQ3 Z' 'A 191 V' ""' if in A'
.I . 'ftp ' If I II IIIIAI '- 'IaII, I: I IIIJPII ,I III II.. I O 1 .WIS qv- . - Inj II 4 , I I z if by II ,,
.. if .sr-yan ' f ew 'Ig' - 'wi r ' -W ' "' - - ' ' I. I 0 '-A . "-,.' ff . -- -
s . -9 . . J- . . . , . . .9 , y , y I
. I . I I I"lII'31- ,IIII-9: 'If iq I' .IIIiII.i:iiT'L NA I E . IGI , 'IIA I,II Ii -'VII OI, III' M . -:I I - at I I
- I , .I " .5 --F ,..-, , 5- "-4l-'-e.fJv-,g- I- .Q ' Q- .4 ..-f-, -I , .
I-P I A ' ,H iff II -- 1' I IIIi,a' I a I 'U-gi' MAI, , II SI I- "' I 1.-5, Q - ' NJ 'inhg II II
Ar A.r K ' A' 'Z' ""i'f" 4 'A--A 'Asif' A 'G V3 if + ' ,.. " A A9 . r
Vg, ' '- r- -, . 'Qi'IIgfv.'s- A-,Q ul, 1 Q 4' A- ,-f ,. 0 'ii fl' ' . 5' "
I. 3, II I .I ,- If Ig' ILIII F. I I1 I , I ga .I adv AI . . 'J 3, v
- , .-I -- 1 -I , -.L-. ' 1 32" 1.4" . I Ii, 4 , -1 g
. II' I IL I I III . It III IJ!! II I, ' -I .I III-II 'i s. , -I I. I ,-wI?..,1 rf.. I. 1 .
- .I ' - - -. 4- .af 1- : - . . . 4 - . f A- .X--2f..:.--... ff-,,,.f-- A
I . .- .I I' . , ' , , v I 4 . - I ,I I . I I . I I I , I
nf- - a ."1f' ' ve' 'M A infix.. -gf - -- - - ' A ' '13,- . 1. r- -Silt' ,
' f - e - x - ' - . . - Q 1. - .e . f.. - -
' I- 1 -'J - -12. - .- A'-V ., f 'Mr' ' 4- -.ff fn' ' 5 2- "'.A1A-A' A - ' 12,-:P f' , 4
,r I, . . II ' I , I , -i',I".,I'ij .I , '- II.. ' , I .- . ...II -K If I ,-. 4 QI - .I Igzff
- - -. ,v--- --:... -- + .-, . V -. ny- ' . ' -.Q 1
x 9 . 513 H , 'I v 4r'l!:,' 5-Iffw. ,' ".- - , ' ,. 'T"vj I II ' , ',?'II. . " Ig' 0 . '
,' r ,- ', . ' I - Inf., " 'f ' I I
. ' f . 4: .. 1- -.az-.f ' A I'-4 " .- M-f.g -- - -
' -- . -- . of- - . '. L - -- . ' - ' - - ..
u ' -,sr -rf. : w w- -f.--wx. J- 1. -Q-2--' -34.-f. 1. - if
. , -Q I ' . ,,, ,I --in . - - ' 'af - , ----f on 3-"jx , 'I- 27
r A II Q, I ,I IQIIIIV II I - P-Ag, III5, I' II. 1- ,.. III IMI .I I.. .
' 1 .v 'Q - Q .i. "II pf 'U 1,4 If .-. . NLC'-2 '. ' ',r 4 . ' MI ' ' ' '- ', 15 'F I 1 L9 Y I -
1 1- W M. at ' +-r'.,zf-2 v - f' , . ' - We.-. . . -.-
I,A AJ g - J' .' +-- I A I: --F4 4- - ' Ae.: I- " f Fi., ' ' I ." '.-' ' .
.ei -. -- - - -f - . - .. .. - w 3 - gg . .
'I I ,Ig .Q . I II II .. ., fx ,Ig I ,I I -j II . I I ,
" 1 2-'1 -'1?,a'f54,. Lv-J.-0' 1 - . - I - .61 -,.'-6' -ifff 95.
5 A " NKA ' y ix '- 'ITU im V' AJ' 'A A A A"A Vg- 4 L Q n A A HA' .A - '
I 1- t Q' ' - I ,N -W, ws. Q." IIg -. - ,'II13.' IF-QI . K l.w-'QQAI' ,gr . 'Y
'U -' - - -' - Q+'f-IM' --T' 2- L -rwffsf ., , .-
v A N f '- . -.-- .,- - - .,,f
' - . fs- -- w '---fx.-'-- f . 51+ . - - , W. H.
V' A V T -A 13 VWAA AA1 Ak ' Q Q1 , A:?""lA'Q1Av V 1" . A A vw I A. AA 4.
, L Q. ni'-,INI I -4'-I '-,. 5 - -,xg '- i --gf -1. F QI I ' -Q s '1
f . , ' rg ' ' Qa'9.f"'Iw4t",aS: D '- ' - f Ai' Q " -N I A' ' I - mt' ,IT I 'II fx
' A - 'V . ..,'i."'Au..fQ4'5m.--'-A." ' ' : - 4 H it-. -'g.-H' . . ,
L V50 'v ',-li. -' 5.-' B+' F' ' A ' JI." '1'-,6,,J-H "1 ,L ffl? 'Q . w . J' " - ' ' -'
F I . I' ' .I I I QNI II.IIfq Ii -A - ,, II - , f 'U III1...- w 5-,III I a , . I Im I0 F ' gm I
1'-In .-F - . .-- - 'wi-if-" ' - - + -.1 f -- .ri 1 - -
. I .I ' 1' .,I,. , -. I. II I I I I ,I I ,
- A ""' 'A ' 1.-A " ' A' -, .JT -' -. '. -' - .I ' I
Y III . -Jil I . fly! Q . g I 4-I 5 ,I Id 24 III I I 0
' ,Qi ' "I -' ',,, , -'I .IH .I 5-I ? I' Ig-N I-:., 1 5" ' , f . .I I III f ,I I I
V. V M.. A L " , Q." 'A' If .5 gc.-.Rf-9' A ' I. - I - , 'f'- I ' .'
Q.. 0- , .fi-', , 5.-,,,6a M,-, .. 3 . ---Id'--. 1
' A 4 1 ' . "Ai A' ' YI . 'H A". hi' - 514 - 4 .' 9 N " '
- W . , , , I , , 4 - 'R 1 . . , - . - .
QI . r I A B? . 357. X' - - , v I,-.+I 4- 0 I
I FII'-Ip, II-II-,I III' I-y, 4L WI .,I - .- Ii .I -
I LI., - 'I I " I . II.: H I IIII 'I I I II yb I I I I A I I I I I .
JI. A I' I I-152. I IVI I I 'II' 'L 'II. -I. ',.. IPI-IIII I , III ' .II 4 I
-. L f I . gr' -- . , I- - I -
I I I II . IVR -.QF I, I up I, ,I ax - 'I' II. vii.: 'A I-QP q Q QI I .Is si
- '- ' , ' :'- - - , - 1 . -r . A
-9 1, -.m f ., ., f 'gI4.f 'V .V ' ':- ,, ' ' .af
I - -"QI 4. I. -iI I I.. I . 'I kg, Ill Syn. pI, I' II .Jig YI' 4, - IIII.I II ny'
- Q ' - .- .f . f:S f - At l I
if I -. '-'F'-.'..ma.f"-' ' 'r' ' ' - 'Q U' wifi' - -
. II ,I ..I I . QI ,I ..,-, I I. II I III' Q . I .
'As U . "H" -"if SA I,4" A II' :I,q,- '. 'f- AA 'MQ A-,cr I 'V' -Q f A
., I I vf,,III,I.I I: .IL .I im. , Q4 It I I . fvII- ' 1 ...II
N F 9 'II ,I UQIQIIM in II I 'Lift --I. . I' 4 - ' I 1 III t- -w 1
I P . IlIAgIvgiI I -I:.,,, I II., m.JII,iQ. I I I 'III II II .1 'II V
I -hw 0' .--HI IIII I I II I III CIIII I II, .II Q . .AI Im' .I 1.
,li -a ' 'Fu -1 -fl gi 'Q' t,- J . V - . I '."' - III 1
. If 5 4, 5, in - I I ,I . 4' I
' A I ' ' 'Q .2, " ,- I II -- I 3 II
, II 53 II I' III' Rh I Liu? I . I .J I 'Q' I 5 --I II,III ,I '.I I 'QI
n, A . A' AU' -A' " D, lf' I ".A-'ff ' - - 5' ' U A F A II
I ' If Q ,Ik , I I I 1 ,-.-.I , I -.I .I -4, I I I aI I I I K .I 'I ..
.I I ,.., 1. I. ,I ,II I ,I I I .I 'I I I y , .
- :ag II I.-an I I S QI. 'img Eg ,: 7,94 4. ' AI , ' . . , I n' KN ,
wt I ,I I ' A . I II . .- dig - II U I I -I - .HQ Q ' a
EE 7?:?AA'f3..hA iA1",A A A ,I '-.A ' " A- A --2, A " f ..'A fig
' ' -J f ' H 'A 'E AA..--,gII'.I'f' 14 II.. A". .-
aA"', ."f ' . ' , I f .I '- ' I' ., 'I .
'A ,,."' 'Ip 'A4,I 'rid + I . 'I , II! I I,
II ,AI-LLI -,UI II ax I3 1 .f II k I 0 ' II1, . I
rl J' 5' "- -' ' - " '- 9 '
'il-1, " ..-55 .. 9 .. f ' '-I xiff? V. I f' '
J-pr. a . f . s.-' .A ,:,.t ' 'I ,
",.IIIf ."If "Q ffl' '3xI,.wII,,-.I:-"-- ' ' 0
ff- I .QW I -. :QI if-VII, 4 2 ,I-9 III II .
QA Y AAA' A ,Qc V . ' 6 A A 'A ' ' - " " . 1
5, . I LH ' . I I. Us - I I ,,. Q I , - I, -I ' "
wha? 'A'--4-i f.".."" -' - " ', J . Q 'V I
'L .aa-I-I ,i-lm! J... ' ,I lf. -
N J I :I I4 , , I F. .
5 - 1 .I , - 4
8 1 I '
-f I . .
'Q-Iyr 4 I' . f W
' .E3:'AA'f,'I.R AI 'A ' -fly.
.I .Ig ,I
. I V Q
1 II . .I I
7"lJ,4 . P
-fmrp. .I:A:f, T ,ff u .I I I .I if
- ..II.IfIIIIIAIII I
UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND
LOUIS RICHARD FARBER
MILDRED COLOTA BURNETTE
E. PARKER BROWN
LAW SCHOOL EDITOR
ROBERT CLYDE MOORE
hh P X. 1 :W ash .. lf. ,,-5-Wm , K V r ' E 2 'fi
. Q. ., my WN .
J 3 1 AQ '
Cenfenn1'ajAnn1'uerSary ' U 1fz1'Uers1'fy OjfR7.CZ1W1OVlL17
,. QQ J 3:-'Tx Nff-fm ! 'fu ., , -- ' '21
r f VA."., N., A fn, Q-H xxwl Q "'-.:.fg:EiEY ,.Vl,y' W'-2 -AQ,-xi. 1 I
+ , ,
f-M! ,ff QM JV'-M. . Q A Q
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS .
STUDENT GOVERNMENT .
SENIOR CLASS . . .
JUNIOR CLASS . .
SOPHOMORE CLASS .
FRESHMAN CLASS .
LAW SCHOOL ......
RICHMOND COLLEGE ATHLETICS .
WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE ATHLETICS .
MAY DAY .
. . Eight
. . . . Ninety-Jeven
. One Hundred and Thirteen
. One Hundred and Tbirly-two
. One Hundred and Forty-jizfe
. One Hnncireezf and Sixty-six
. One Hnndreez' and Ninety-five
One Hnizdred and Ninety-eight
. One Hnneired eine! Ninety-nine
A HUNDRED YEARS it only a moment in hif-
tory-yet this moment if molding ax into what
we are to he. In this fraetion of time that we
have Jpent here we have felt the impreff of the
In thif zfolnme we hazfe Joztght to hring to life
a gain the laft of the firxt hnna'rea' yearf ana' pre-
Jerve it in thif manner for oar fntnre enjoyment.
If jayt one memory if Jtirrea' in fntare dayy
when we glanee at theye pagef-the ena'eazfor
of thi! 1940 Web will have been saeeefsfnl.
BECAUSE we refpect, aa'rnire, ana' love thenz
for their anfweroing loyalty ana' sincere dedica-
tion of their lizfef to the U nizferfityg
BECAUSE of the infpiration ana' zeal they
have inytillea' in n5,'
BECAUSE they 1'6ll'71'6567ll the trite spirit of
tolerance, growth, ana' intelligenceg
BECAUSE they are living exarnlDle5 of the Jpirit
of the U nioerfity, we, the Jtaj of the 1940 Web
feeling that we expreys the elefirex of the Jtaajent
hotly, feel honorea' in a'ea'ieating thif oolanre to:
DR. WILLIAM ASBURY HARRIS
DR. ROBERT EDWIN GAINES
DR. FREDERIC WILLIAM BOATWRIGHT
DR. SAMUEL CHILES MITCHELL
Aff' . X 1.
'mf' QE. X-
1 f Q? 1 2 ix X
N. RQ, fl. '
1 M, A f mi I fb
EgY1.'55xSM X ,Q
X X T3
,,.,,,, 1 ,,
f , -xv, '
Q R 7
7 ,Q , K? ak.
,A 3 W
Robert Ryland , rrederic W. Boafwrfi
1840 WAS A GREAT YEAR in the history of the Univer-
sity of Richmond, for it was at that time that the Vir-
ginia General Assembly chartered Richmond College to
replace the Virginia Baptist Seminary. Thus it was that
the institution "cast aside the clothing of the infant
Seminary and emerged into the full estate of manhood."
The Seminary, located at what is now the corner of
Lombardy and Grace Streets, however, continued to
function while the plans for the opening of the College
were being made. Finally, in january, 1845, grounds
and buildings, valued at 3520,000.00g a library of seven
hundred volumes, seven teachers, and sixty-eight stu-
dents of which twenty-one were ministerial beneficiaries
were transferred to the control of the Trustees of Rich-
At this time only freshman and sophomore courses
were in the curriculum, but in 1845 a junior year was
added and in 1848 the senior year. In 1849 the first de-
grees were conferred. At that time the degree of Bache-
lor of Arts was conferred upon Poindexter Smith Hen-
son, the eloquent and inimitable gift of Virginia to the
leading pulpits of Philadelphia, Chicago, New York,
and Boston, and on Josiah Ryland, teacher, soldier,
merchant and for years senior member of the Board of
From 1850 to 1860 the College grew steadily, not
only in size but also in the quality of its teaching and
in public esteem. The average enrollment of students
was approximately 121, the total graduates for this
period sixty-eight. The endowment grew to seventy-five
thousand dollars and thus made possible the erection of
the north wing of the main building. Thus it was that
the buildings, grounds, endowment, faculty, and scien-
tific equipment, while seeming puny in the present day,
compared very favorably with the other Virginia col-
leges of that period.
No sketch of the history of the University of Rich-
mond would be complete without mention of Dr. Robert
Ryland. It was he who in 1832 as the only teacher in the
Seminary and as its president in the formative years that
followed, formulated the policies and ideals that are still
a part of the University. His great strength of character,
high ideals, resoluteness of purpose and absolute un-
selfishness cause his rugged figure to stand out as a great
educator and teacher. His influence abides.
The Civil War struck the College with devastating
effect. Many of her most promising alumni and students
were lost on the battlefields. Study was completely sus-
pended, and when the tide of battle had surged past, all
that was left of the school were a few defaced buildings,
stripped of their contents. The library, endowments,
and scientific equipment had all been swept ruthlessly
away. To those who had nurtured the College this must
have seemed to be the end of all their dreams, hopes, and
However, the spirit of the College was too strong to
be crushed, and on October 1, 1866, thanks to the gifts
of friends of the school, the doors were reopened, and
classes resumed. At this time a Committee on Reorgani-
zation advanced five recommendations which were "radi-
cal and significant in the general field of education."
The most important of these was that the English lan-
guage was to be put on the same plane as the ancient
and modern languages. Richmond College was the first
to make this change in Virginia.
Steadily strength returned to the College until at the
close of the nineteenth century the perpetuity of the
College was reasonably certain. Due to the Herculean
efforts on the part of the trustees enough money was
obtained with which to erect new buildings.
The first addition was the building of a center struc-
ture for the original four-story edifice that faced Broad
Street. On the first Hoor was the auditorium which
seated some five hundred people. This building was
completed upon the addition of the south wing some
years later. Here was housed the library. When com-
pleted the whole structure had the shape of the letter H.
Two cottages which served as dormitories were soon
acquired and a little later a dining hall, known to the
students as "The Hotel" was added. This was a step
forward, for it reduced to a minimum the expenses of
the resident students.
In the midst of the new buildings stood Columbia
Hall, the original College building. Columbia, with its
great rooms and halls, through whose doors many a col-
lege student for over one hundred years has passed, still
proud and erect stands as a constant reminder of yester-
year in Virginia. It is the one remaining link between
the old Seminary and the modern University.
As the school grew in this post-war
period, two societies made their debut
on the campus, the Mu Sigma Rho
and Philologian literary societies. The
halls in which the societies met on
Friday nights were well furnished
with armchairs, rostra, rugs, curtains,
and well selected libraries. Each so-
ciety published a weekly paper, The
Philologiah Clzzrric Gem and The Mzz
Sigma Rho Star. The publications were
not printed but were handwritten.
This state of affairs could not con-
tinue, so one boy, who possessed a
small printing press issued a modest
sheet called The ZVIe1'rz11'y. This later
gave way to Monthly Mzzrizzgf, a stu-
dent publication with the motto:
"Maiden Meditation, Fancy-Free."
This periodical developed into The
Richmond Coflege Merrezzger.
The success of the literary societies
prompted a few groups of students
to form secret organizations. This
move met with the disfavor of some of the friends and
patrons of the College, but their objections were over-
come and three fraternities appeared on the campus.
They were Beta Theta Pi, Kappa Alpha, and Phi Delta
Theta. Two of these organizations had halls on the
fourth floor of the central building while the third one
was located in the town.
One of the men who helped the College the most
during the critical years that followed the Civil War
was Dr. L. M. Curry. He first served the College as
professor of English, Moral Philosophy, and lecturer
on Law, later he became President of the Board of
Trustees. A great educator and an equally great gentle-
man, Dr. Curry's name will forever stand as one of Rich-
mond College's immortals.
Thus, as we approach 1895, we come to the close of
an era in University of Richmond history, an era of
hardship and privation through which the College
could not have endured had it not been for the strength
of the men who guided its destinies. Now, however,
the worst was over, the College had survived, the com-
ing era could only be one of prosperity in which the
school would undergo many major changes.
In 1899 the Trustees of Richmond College voted to
discontinue the policy, which had been in effect since
1865, of having the College administered by the chair-
man of the faculty, and voted instead to have a presi-
dent. The Trustees decided that F. W. Boatwright was
the best suited for the position. Mr. Boatwright enrolled
as a student at the College in 1883, and had been award-
ed the Degree of Master of Arts in 1888. In 1899 he
went abroad to study and at that time was selected for
the chair of Modern Languages. On December 11, 1897,
"Columbia," now part of the Law School, was in 1854 the
Main College Building.
he was called to the Presidency and on january 1,
1898. he formally accepted, taking office on june 24 of
The first thing that President Boatwright did was to
campaign for enough money to erect a science building.
In 1898 the building was completed and paid for. Soon
after this he began raising money for a new dormitory to
1 ix!! '
.' Q. yt
2 its 24 '
, 75 F-
pr V' , -
Scene OU fl'l6 Pl'CSEI'1t CEUTIPLIS.
be situated on the Broad Street side of the campus, and
this was erected in 1899. The success of these building
campaigns, largely' due to the new Presidents personal
efforts, stands as a testimony to the vigor and wisdom of
In june of 1898 the Trustees voted to open the school's
doors to women. The girls were required to be eighteen
years old, or over, and to satisfy the President that they
were fitted to enroll in at least three of a number of
designated classes. They were to be eligible for all
degrees, distinctions, and diplomas that the College of-
fered. Four young women registered in the session that
followed. From this modest start the number of women
students grew steadily until 1914 when changes that
took place in the policy of the institution, provided for
Westhampton College. g
In the years that followed 1895 public sentiment had
grown in favor of a woman's college. The campaign for
the new school was started in 1906 and extended to
1913. The General Education Board offered 3B150,000.00
towards the formation of the new school provided that
it be matched with 35350000.00 raised from other
sources. Dr. B. C. Henning began the task of acquiring
the funds but was forced to resign in December of
1911. President Boatwright thereupon took up the cam-
paign and completed it. This fund made the building of
Westhampton College possible.
Prior to this, however, the Trustees of Richmond Col-
lege had been pondering over the problem of expanding
the institution with opinion divided as to whether or not
the location should be changed. In 1910 it was decided
to move the school to Westhampton on two hundred
ninety-three acres of property, one hundred of which
had been given to the College outright.
At this time the Trustees provided for an rlZlfOl10llI01l.1'
W'o111rnz'.f Coflege to be erected on the new campus.
This plan of coordinate education was adopted. since
many Virginians were opposed as to co-education. v
ln the fall of 1914 the colleges occupied the new site
and opened for work. It seemed that Fate must have
been against this move because for the second time in
the school's history a war dealt it a devastating blow.
The Trustees had depended on financing the new enter-
prise by selling the old campus, but the World War
caused real estate prices to drop so low that the land
could not be sold for a reasonable sum. Thus, the school
for the first time was heavily in debt.
After America entered the war, the government, in
1918, took over the new campus and used it as a hos-
pital. This forced the College back to its old site where
it remained until the Armistice when it returned to West-
With the return of peace the price of land rose again,
thus making possible the sale of the valuable old prop-
erty. The revenue from this paid off the principal and
interest on the University's debts and provided suf-
ficient funds to finance the erection of the Chemistry
Building. Once again the future looked bright for the
As the first hundred years draw to a close, plans are
already under way for a greater University. The pro-
posed Student Activities Building is no longer a dream
but instead is fast approaching reality. May Richmond
further herself as much in the next century' as she did in
Library nz' lzigbl.
RiL'l,77Il0lld College Dining Hall
CIIIIIPIIS winter sfezze.
eter Hall at night
Campus spring scene.
DR. FREDERIC W. BOATWRIGHT
University ot Riciinionct Actniinistrative Qtticers
DR. RAYMOND B. PINCHBECK
Dean, Rirlwzolm' College
MAX' L. KELLER
Deniz, lVe5flv,w1pf011 College
MALCOLM R. DOUBLES
Demi, T. C. II"illiav1z5 Sflmol 0fLL1ll
CHARLES LEONARD ALBRIGHT
A r mfi.1fc' Pr'r1fef.fm' of Pby.i'lu'
B.S., Coe Collegeg M.S., Ph.D., University
ROBERT COLLINS ASTROP
Pr-oferior of Pryrbology
A.B., Randolph-Macon College, M.A., Uni-
versity of Virginiag Graduate Student, Co-
JOHN WENDELL BAILEY
Profelymr' of Biology
B.S., MS., Mississippi State College: A.B.,
A.M., Cornell Universityg M.A., Ph.D.,
LEWIS FRANKLIN BALL
A,ili.vl,111f Profe.u.ror of Efzglillv
A.B., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University.
JAMES HARMON BARNETT, JR.
Profeuor of Lau'
B.S., Georetown College, LL.B., Univer-
sity of Richmond, LL.M., Harvard Law
FREDERIC WILLIAM BOATWRIGHT
Preridezzl of the Uzzizferrity
M.A., Richmond College, LL.D., Mercer
University, Georgetown College, and Bay-
lor Universityg Graduate Student, Halle,
Sorbonne, and Leipsic Universities.
Imfrzzrfor in Applied Etozzozfzlrx
LI..B., T. C. Williams School of Law, Uni-
versity of Richmond.
EDWARD GRAHAM CALE
fI,fl'oz'llJfc' Profeiior' of EL'Ul10Nllt',s' .HMI
B.A., University of Richmond, M.A., Ph.D.,
University of Virginia.
MERTON EZRA CARVER
flriiiftzzzf Professor of Pjyclyology and
A.B., M.A., University of Rochester, Ph.D.
RALPH T. CATTERALL
Auoritzre Pz'ofe.i.ror of Lau'
BA., LL.B., Harvard Law School.
WILLIAM FREDERICK CAYLOR
Ayioritzfe P1-ofeipror of Sptnzirb
M.A., Mercer University.
SOLON BOLIVAR COUSINS
P1'ofe.v.vo1' of Bible
B.A., D.D., Mercer University, Student
University of Edinburg.
FANNY GRAVES CRENSHAW
Direrfor of Pbyriml Edzzmflozz
B.A., Bryn Mawr, Graduate Student, Co-
WILLIAM SAMUEL CUDLIPP, JR.
A.li.lUL'ltIlU Pl'01IL9.f,l07' of Lau' l
LL.B., University of Richmond.
MALCOLM RAY DOUBLES
Dean of Lau' St-bool and P7'0fL'.l'.f07' of Lau'
B.S., Davidson Collerzeg LL.B., University
of Richmond, J.D., University of Chicago.
B.S., George Washington University.
ROBERT EDWIN GAINES
Profeisor of Mtzlbevmlirr
M.A., Litt.D., Furman University, Graduate
Student, Johns Hopkins University, Harvard
WILLIAM JUDSON GAINES
Profeuor of RUNZJIZFE Lmzgzmger
A.B., University of South Carolina, M.A.,
Ph.D., University of Wisconsing Graduate
MARION AUSTIN GREENE
A.r.fi.rfauzf Profe.r.ro1' of French .md Sptzzziyb
A.B., Tufts College: M.A., Radcliffe Col-
lege, Graduate Student, Yale University,
University of Grenoble Summer School,
Sorbonne, University of Madrid Summer
School, University of Santander Summer
FACULTY MEMBERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: C. A. Albright, R. C. Astrop, J. W. Bailey, L, F. Ball, J. H. Barnett, Jr.,
Sherlock Bronson, E. G. Cale, M. E. Carver, R. T. Catterall, W. F. Caylor, F. G. Crenshaw, W. S. Cudlipp, Jr
John Fenlon, R. E. Gaines, W. Gaines.
FACULTY MEMBERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. M. M. Grubbs, W. B. Hackley, H. B. Handy, C. W. Haquist,
E. M. Harker, Rolvix Harlan, Isabel Harris, W. A. Harris, B. C. Holtzclaw, C. W. Lampson, T. E. Lavender, S. M.
MRS. MARY MOLINE GRUBBS
Ifzrlrzzrfor in Pfvyrictzl Edlfmliozz
B.S., Simmons College, Graduate, Bouve-
Boston School of Physical Education.
WOODFORD BROADUS HACKLEY
Arrorirzfe Profeiror of Lario
B.A., University of Virginia, M.A., North-
western University, A.M., Harvard Univer-
sity, Columbia University, johns Hopkins
University, University of Berlin.
HENRY BRANTLY HANDY
Profe.r.ior of E7?k'flj.lZ7
B.A., M.A., Richmond College, Graduate
Student, Columbia University.
CARL WALDEMAR HAQUIST
I12.rtr11rIo1' in Biology
Ph.B., Brown University, Ph.D., Yale Uni-
EDITH M. HARKER
Profcirof' of Vocal Motif
B.A., Westhampton College, Pupil of Fred-
erick Zuchtmann, Max Spicker, summer
courses with Frank La Forge, George Fer-
guson, Sergi Klibansky, and Westminster
Profe.r.ror of Sociology and Social Etbirr
A.B., M.A., George Washington Univer-
sity, Ph.D., University of Chicago.
Lough, R. E. Loving, C. S. Lutz, D. Mays.
Al',t'0ffrlf? Profeipror of Mtzfbefmzlicr
B.A., Richmond College, M.A., Columbia
University, Graduate Student, University of
WILLIAM ASBURY HARRIS
Profeipror of Greek rum' Lrzlio
M.A., Richmond College, Ph.D., johns
Profe.r.ror of Engliib
B.A., George Washington.
LOUIS SHEPPARD HERRINK
Arrocirzfe Proferior of Lrzzr'
B.A., Randolph-Macon College, LL.B., Har-
vard Law School.
BENJAMIN CLARK HOLTZCLAW
Profeilror of Pbilo.ro,bby
A.B., Mercer University, B.A., M.A., Ox-
ford University, Ph.D., Cornell University.
MAY LANSFIELD KELLER
Dean and Proferror of Englirb
A.B., Goucher College, Graduate Student,
University of Chicago, Holder of the Gou-
cher College Foreign Fellowship, Graduate
Student, Universities of Berlin and Heidel-
CURTIS WILLIAM LAMPSON
I lzrfrzzrlor in Pfayyrirr
B.S., EE., South Dakota State College,
M.A., Ph.D., Princeton University.
THOMAS E. LAVENDER
Proferror of Pbiloropby
B.A., University of Alabama, M.A., Ph.D.,
SUSAN MADELINE LOUGH
Proferror of Hirzory
B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago.
ROBERT EDWARD LOVING
Proferror of Pbyrirr
B.A., M.A., Richmond College, Ph.D.,
johns Hopkins University, Graduate Stu-
dent, Cornell University.
CAROLINE STOOKEY LUTZ
Proferror of Eoglirb
B.A., Goucher College, M.A., Columbia
University, Harvard Summer School, Uni-
versity of Illinois, Oxford-Cambridge Sum-
DAVIS JOHN MAYS
Irzrfrzzrfor in Applied Ecofzomim'
Randolph-Macon College, LL.B., T. C. Wil-
liams School of Law, University of Rich-
RALPH CLIPMAN MCDANEL
Profeuw' of f'III1c'l'it'JII Hiyfui'-y
B.A., University of Richmond, M.A., Co-
lumbia University, Ph.D., johns Hopkins
University, Graduate Institute of Interna-
tional Studies, Geneva.
SAMUEL CHII.ES MITCHELL
Prufeiwr' of 1'1iilury .zmf Puliliml Srielzre
M.A., Georgetown College, Ph.D., Univer-
sity of Chicago, LI-.D., Brown University.
GEORGE MATTHEWS MODLIN
Dirermr of Elelljllg Sriwul of Bliiiiieir
f'IdIllilli.lfI'.IfiUII .md Pmfeiiw' of EL'0Il0N1iL'.l
BA., XX'ake Forest College, M.A., Ph.D.,
HAZEL IONE MOSES
A.i.vi.i1.111I Muiir Profe.i.i0r
B.A., Hunter College, Harp Student of
Mildred Dillind, New York, and Henriette
Renie, Paris, pupil of Henry T, Fleck, New
York, in theory, harmony, counterpoint,
and compositiong piano instruction with
Visansl-ca, pupil of Leschetizky.
WILLIAM TAYLOR MUSE
Ar.r0ri.1!e Pr0fe.u0z' of Lau'
BA., LL.B., University of Richmond,
S.-ID., Harvard Law School.
HUGH I. MYERS
fliiiiltulf Prr1fe.f,rw' of Biology
A.B., Mississippi College, M.A., Univer-
sity of Richmond, Ph.D., Brown University.
A.u.uuri.1Ie Pr0fe.ii'0r' of Pfyrbuiogy
M.D., Medical College of Virginia.
MRS. BETTY BURNS NUCKOLS
A.r.ri.if.1i1f Pr0y'e.u'or of Ezzglirb
B.A., M.A., University of Richmond.
EDWARD CRONIN PEPLE
A.1i.li.lfrl!If Profeiror of English
BA., University of Richmond, M.A., Ph.D.,
JOHN STANTCN PIERCE
A.i.iari.zte Profeuor of Cbemiilry
BS., Georgetown, M.S., Ph.D., University
RAYMOND BENNETT PINCH BECK
Detm of Rirbmomi College' and Profexror
of Applied Ecozzozzziri
B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of Virginia.
MALCOLM U. PITT
BA., University of Richmond.
WILLIAM LOFTIN PRINCE
Profeiiror of Education
A.B., Richmond College, M.A., Columbia
EUGENE KERFOOT RITTER
A.i'i'irIa12t Proferror of Mdfb?ll1dlit'J'
B.A., University of Richmond, M.A. Uni-
versity of Virginia.
MARGOT S. RAGLAND
Profeiror of Vocal Mirrir
Pupil of Adele Laeis Baldwin, Frank La
Forge, Corinne Rider-Kelsey in New York,
Student of Salignac of Opera Comique in
Paris, Litvinne of the Opera, and jean de
Auiilmzf Proferror of Ltzlin
B.A., Wellesly, M.A., Bucknell, M.A.,
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania.
Airorirzle Profermr of Engliib
B.A., Allegheny College, M.A., University
P1'0fei1i'0r Of Cfyellliitry
M.A., Richmond College, Ph.D., johns
FACULTY MEMBERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: R. C. McDanel, S. C. Mitchell, G. M. Modlin, W. T. Muse, H. I. Myers, '
E. C. Peple, S. Pierce, W. L. Prince, E. K. Ritter, Marjorie Rivenburg, Margaret Ross, Garnett Ryland, William
Ward Seward, jr., Marcia Silvette, N. W. Skinner.
FACULTY MEMBERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: R. F. Smart, W. Smithers, S. W. Stevenson, G. F. Thistlethwaite, H. P.
Thomas, Pauline Turnbull, Grace Watkins, C. H. Wheeler, III, Ruth Whittredge, A. I. Whitenfish, Alton Williams,
WILLIAINI WARD SEWARD, JR.
Profeimr of Efzgliify
B.A., University of Richmond.
I11tl1'11ff0r in Aff
Student of Ellis M. Silvette and at National
Academy of Design, exhibited in National
Academy of Design, New York, Corcoran
Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C., and
other galleries in New York, Pennsylvania,
N. WILFORD SKINNER
Irzifrzzrfor in Gernzrzrz
B.A., Ohio Universityg M.A., Indiana Uni-
ROBERT FORTE SIVIART
A.f.l'0l'jalf? Profei mr of Biology
B.A., Mississippi College, M.A., Ph.D.,
JOHN WESTWOOD SMITI-IERS
Pr0fe.ii0f' of Lau'
B.S., LL.B., University of Richmond, Grad-
uate Work, Harvard Law School.
SAMUEL WHITEFIELD STEVENSON
A.l'l'l7l'FtlfL' Pmftfiim' of Efzgliifa
B.A., University of North Carolina, M.A.,
Ph.D., -Iohn Hopkins University.
M. H. Woodtin, C. B. Wray, I. G. Wright.
GLENN F. THISTLETHWAITE
Dirertor of Pla-yiirxil Edfmzljmz
B.S., Earlham College: University of Wis-
HERMAN POLLARD THOMAS
Aimrhzle Pmfeimr of Emzzrmzirr and
B.A. Richmond Collegeg M.A., Ph.D., Uni-
versity of Virginiag Columbia University.
Aiiufirzle Profeimr of Lrzlixz. .md Registrar
B.A., Syracuse Universityg M.A., University
Ariocitlfe Pmfeirrn' of Sfllmjliffllff-1'
B.A., University of Richmond, M.A., Boa-
CHARLES H. WHEELER, III
Attrlfirlle P1'0fe,tm1' of Alrzfbelllrlfici
S.B., Washington and jefferson College:
Ph.D., johns Hopkins University.
Atfj.s'It11II Prufeiirzr nf French
B.A., Welleslyg M.A., Radcliffe.
ABRAM I. WHITENEISH
f1i1ifsI.17Il Profeiim' of Clbcfllljlflibl'
B.S., University of Richmondg M.A., Ph.D.
Aiiiilrnll Profeimr in English in
Charge of Drrzmrz
A.B., Fresno State College: M.A., Univer'
sity of North Carolina.
GRACE STARR WENDT
Prnferrw' of A1111-if
Pupil of Max Swarthout, Alexander Raab,
Luther Conradi, John Powell, in piano,
Eric DeLamarter, in organ1 Graduate of
Chicago Musical College, Master Classes,
1928, 19513 Summer School, Comb's Col-
lege of Music, Philadelphia, 1956.
Ai'im'ft1fe Pr0fe.vrw' of Ltlll'
B.A., LL.B., University of Virginia, S.j.D.,
Harvard Law School.
IVIAUDE HOWLETT WOODFIN
,'liim'ir11e Profermr of Hillary .md
B.A., Westhampton Collegeg M.A., Ph.D.,
University of Chicago.
CHARLES B. WRAY
Profewof' of Arcrzznzfizzg
B.B.S., North Georgia Agricultural College,
M.B.A., New York University.
JEAN GRAY WRIGHT
Proferror of Frwzfb
B.A., Bryn Mawr College: M.A., Univer-
sity of Pennsylvaniag Ph.D., Bryn Mawr
Ric lmoncl Colle e tuclent Government
111.-mi H. RFlNllNF, Presitlent l5lWXY','XIllJ Bnixcse, Vice President lf.-xt'!.SAUN11?ia, -lli.,SCC1'CTLlI'Y lol I9 R IARHFR T ie isuru
SFNfv1'oits-AT-I.ARcQF Leif fu righf: Willitiiii Burge, Wiiltei' Gillette, Stewart
Board of Publi-
Hoskins, Ricliurd Humbert.
HONOR COUNCIL IAISFT TU RIQQHT: Simpson Williains, Ed Arendall, Wtalter Bass, Royill Brfmdis Cfmzimm
Carlton Wliitliltcli, Carlson Thomas, Robert Kell, and Henry Garnett
We tliampton Colle e tudent Government
ANNABEL LUMPKIN CHARLOTTE ANN ,IEANNE HUFI-'MAN RosAL1E CI.,-xRY HARRIETT YEAMANS
President DICKINSON Treasurer Secretary Day Student Repre-
Vice President sentative
X I , ,l
ffvii. M':'Xh?'ii 32919
if -' fimw '
NIILDRED JAMES MARY SUE CARTER ALICE lVfCEl.ROY CARoLINE IDOYLIT
Mortar Board Chairman, Honor H'.W,C.A. Presi- Athletic Associa-
President Council dent tion President
l X' E, -
.1 'i A 511721 ,
. " Qu-'f,. f"??Mf,f'f'X'2 I j'
2 1 If 4faQ'Z1:w,3v, ::ff'.
NIARY ALICE ETHNE FLANNAGAN ANN OARES
SMITH Sophomore Rep- Freshman Repre-
Junior Represent- resentative sentative
HONOR COUNCIL. LEFT TO RIGHT: Evelyn Pomeroy, Eleanor Parsons, Mary Sue Carter, Maude Smith, Annabel Lumpkin
A11 ice time!
.1 I ,G
.f - 2
an Q .-
I 4 I
.IL ' I
. I ,. Li
a - L
X W ' i"" 'f
'T 5 I
'1 in H ' .'
5 o --
A Q ,
. 8 '
v I I
, '4'. .
, .Q N,
- . av
4 it .
. f f',' I rv F 0 . 4
, Q A ik.. ul' i4 i I I
1 . I, ,V 1 -1 '1
a aff!" -
Q ' 1
We, ffze Rfcfamonczf Coffege Seniors, never forget. . .
"WHAT IS A FRESHMANPH "How is the cow?"
"The V. C. will meet tonight and you are cordially
invitedf' "Off the grass, freshman." "Come along
with us, freshman, we Eta Bita Pi's will see that
you get the right profs and that no soph will molest
you." Rat Parade. Pajama Parade. Barn hre. Elec-
tions and first politics. William and Mary O, U. of
R. 6. Away with rat caps. Kay Keyser.
Our glorious soph year. "Hey, Freshman."
President Stoneburner goes in the lake. A great
dance sponsored by us and the freshmen. Ed Mer-
rick stars on the football team. "Stookie" Hoskins
gets up a protective agency for the freshmen.
Strange goings on in the playhouse sponsored by
Saunier, Maner, Brandis and company. The show
must go on, however, and so while "Bo" Gillette
was winning presidency of our junior class over in
the playhouse Carlson Thomas was showing Prof.
some real acting. Examinations were still feared
but not with the same fear that came our freshman
year. Hal Kemp.
junior year-Hoskins on the freshmen. What
kids the freshmen seemed. Frank Crouch and
Donald Murrill become synonymous with the
Physics department. Merrick equals football and
becomes a southern gentleman. Cornwall and Flos-
sie. Saunier and Wiley. The S.A.E.'s and P.D.T.'s
in full swing again. Intramural competition hot-
ter than ever. Gillette and the prom. The kiss. Hal
Kemp. William and Mary loses again. Burge, Hos-
kins, and Ely on the basketball squad. Bill ReMine
and Politics. Noffsinger and Politics. Abernethy
and Politics. Stoneburner vs. ReMine. Dickinson
vs. Abeloff. State baseball champs. jordan takes
Our senior year. President Dickinson. President
of Student Government ReMine. President of
O.D.K. Saunier. Politics, dances, athletics, edi-
torials, dates, trips, meetings, and, yes, classes also.
Saunier and campus reforms. Student government
catches h - - - from the Collegian. Collegian also
catches h - - - from Student Government. Chapel.
Processions. We file applications for degrees. The
Skrontch society becomes mature. Campus carni-
val again bigger and better than ever. Icfrozft De-
light. Union blacklist and Tutwiler. Cooperative
party vs. Progressive again. The value of good pub-
licity. Brandis and Mary. One hundredth anniver-
sary. Baggs, Moore, and Tutwiler sell ads. jordan,
Bass, and Farber get gray hair. Younts, Kervan,
Dickinson, and Abernethy vs. Neasmith. Watts
and the water carnival. Siegal takes the debate
team to Florida. Maner and surrealism. Whitlatch
and Loving overshadow Whitlatch and University
Players. See Bruno. Vaughan the strikeout king.
Phi Betas-Bass, Brandis, Ende, Frederickson,
jones, jordan, Morton, Noffsinger, Sanger, Stone-
burner, Siegel. Graduation night.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Enders Dick-
inson, Preridenf: Porter Vaughan, Semrforx Henry Black. Vire-
Preridenff and Bob Talley, Tl'6r1.flll'6l'.
1411 ezzfy- 0 ue
To renzemfver ajfzfeijfozzr years at W esffmmpfon . . .
"FR1is1-IMAN! Say hello!" "Areyo11 a Westhamp-
ton girl foo?" 'Upperclassmen first!" Doors to
hold, long lines of Sophomores passing. "Water,
Freshman!" "Very important Freshman class meet-
ing" and Tommie looking stern. "Freshmen should
be respectful." "May I go through the Front
Arch?" Annabel Lumpkin heading the class. Big
sisters. Kiddie Party-Alys as Donald Duck. Rat
Night-and dozens of Senior names to learn.
Submath or else. Song Contest, and millions of
words to learn. "Do the girls cut on the boys?
Gosh! " Lantern Night. Commencement-' 'Will we
ever be Seniors?" We won the Mortar Board Cup.
"So Sophomores have privileges." "Hey, Fresh-
man, watch it!" Doors held for us. Song Contest,
and victory for us. Color Drgan-"but where can
we have it?" Mildred james at the helm and Mary
Sue to pester the Freshmen. Dates on Wednesday
nights-whee! May Day Co-ed-yards and yards
of flowers. Queens Room for Alice. And then the
Daisy Chain, beginning at four A.M. Miles and
miles of daisies. "Chief says fill the truck." "just
tie them on!!-but not so easy. Wearing white,
Big Sisters in caps and gowns-Daisy Chain pil-
lars. Again the Mortar Board Cup, Commence-
ment---Big Sisters graduating.
As Juniors we felt pretty old and dignified. The
class had really become a unit, too. Little Sisters
of our own. Plans for the glorious prom-Commit
tee meetings till midnight. junior-Freshman Wed-
ding. And the Prom-an Ice Carnival! "Susie"
queening it among the icicles. "I-Iow can you paint
a tree white?" President Mary Sue Carter, small
package, dynamite. May Day and the archery con-
test. Commencement time-"Golly! It'll be us next
year!" Final Co-ed-Art of Tomorrow, the
Worlds Fair theme gone haywire. Mortar Board
tappings-Mildred james, Mabel Leigh Rooke,
Marie Keyser, Alice McElroy, Mary Sue Carter,
Dell Williams-solemn candlelight. Senior seats in
Chapel. Politics in the air-"Who will be Chair-
man, and President?" And goodbye to Senior
Seniors at last. Caps and Gowns for Chapel, first
Academic Procession. Senior Show plans-Sit ln'
Bull it was. May Day all year round-casting and
chorus in the fall. President Dell Williams, Anna-
bel Student Government President, Mary Sue
Chairman of Honor Council. Mary Sue as a puppet.
Diamonds and fraternity pins popping up. TKA
taps two, PBK six. PDE conference. jobs, jobs,
who's got 'em? May Day-Queen Kitty Wicker.
And the Greek Play-our hopes at last. King Sad-
dye Thoas and his wig and beard! "Pray for sun-
shine!'! Last Chapel-Seniors with rosebuds--
"Where, oh, where are the stately Seniors Pl' Exams
-for the last time-imagine! Teas, Luncheons,
the Garden Party, invitations, presents-and Com-
mencement. "This time it really is we who are
leaving." "Was it really four years?'!
WESTHAMPTON SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. LEFT
TO RIGHT: Emma Lou Parsons, Tl'C'fJ.l7ll'6l',' Katherine
Lyle, I"ire-Pmiridezzf.' Patricia Ioblin, Sef1'effzry.' Mrs.
Dallas Grubbs, Cfrzfr SlD0lI.f0l',' Dell Williams, Pvwidefzl.
Tzrwzfy-I ll in
ALFRED CHESTER AARONS
BRONX, NEW YORK
Af7fl!fL't1I2f for BA. Degree
Intramural Athletics: Deans List.
VINCENT REED ADAMS, JR.
RED OAK, VIRGINIA
Apfvliuzfzf for BS. Degree in
B11 IIIIEJQI' Alf77IjlZl,lfl'rIfj0II
E A E
Intramural Athletics, Mu Sigma Rho
' Literary Society, 1.
DAVID DEXTER ABELDEE
Alfvjvffmfzf for BS. Degree
Phi Beta Kappag Collegian Staff, 2, 3
Sports' Managing Editor, 4, Class Treas-
urer, 31 Intramural Athleticsg Basket-
ball, lg Glee Club, 1, Radio Guild, 2
S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 2, 5, Presi
dent, 4: Camera Club, President, 41 Chem
istry Club, Treasurer, 4, Y.M.C.A. Cabi
net, 5, Forensic Council, 4, Interfrater-
nity Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, Phi Alpha Presi
dent, 4, Phi Alpha National Distinguish
ed Undergraduate Award Plaque, Inter
mediate I-Ionorsg Deans List.
JOHN PIERCE ABERNETHY, JR.
Af7f7ljL'tlI1f fm' BA. Degree
115 I' A
Web Staff, 2, Assistant Editor, SQ Class
Vice-President, 13 Tennis Team, 2, 5, Cap-
tain, 41 Philologian Literary Society, 2g
Debate Team, Zg Intramural Athletics:
Harlequin Club, 5, 4.
Aflfvlirtzzzl for BA. Dc'grt'0
EMMETT HARVEY ANDERSON, JR.
Afvjrlictlzzf fm' BMI. Degree
S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 1, Secre-
tary, 2, Treasurer, 5, Intermediate Honors,
WILLIAM THOMAS ALLMAN, JR
Ajrjwfirtznl for B.S. Degree
WILBUR JAMES BAGGS, JR.
Ajvjvffunzf for BA. Degree
Pi Delta Epsilung Web Business Staff, I,
2, Organization Manager, 3, Collegian
Business Staff, 2, Assistant Business Man-
ager, 5, Business Manager, 4, Class Vice-
Presiclent, 51 Intramural Athletics, Glee
Club, Y.M.C,A. Cabinet, 2, 3, Philologian
Literary Society, 2, Forensic Council: Har-
lequin Club, 43 Deans List.
JOHN MUSE BAREFORD
Applirrzzzf for BA. Degree
A X A
Collegian Staff. 1, 2, Intramural Ath-
letics, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society,
Radio Guild, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 3, 4,
Interfraternity Council, 5, 4.
ARTHUR CHARLES BECK, JR.
Appliranf for B.S. Degree in
Pi Delta Epsilon, Alpha Mu Omicron,
Collegian Business Staff 1, Advertising
Manager, 2, Business Manager, 3, Hand-
book Business Manager, 4, Intramural
Athletics, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society,
Y.M.C.A. President, 4, Harlequin Club,
3, 4, Economics Association Secretary-
RAUL BENJAMIN BARRERAS
MOROVIS, PUERTO RICO
Afvplirrnzt for BS. Degree
Transfer from Polytechnic Institute of Puerto
Rico, Intramural Athletics.
WALTER ELBERTH BASS
Xijvjwfirzzzzf for BA, Degree
E A E
Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, Mes-
senger Assistant Editor, 3, Editor, 4, Mu
Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, Honor
Council, Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 5, 4,
Intermediate Honors, Dean's List.
HORACE ARMSTEAD BLACKLEY
Afvf1fir1nzf for BS. Degree in
B11 vine v r AdlIljIlj,lf7'rlff0ll
Alpha Mu Omicrong Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Camera Club President, 4.
JOSEPH FRANCIS BLACK, JR.
Afvjrlimzzf for BA. Degree
Intramural Athleticsg Biology Club, 2, 3,
4, Harlequin Club, 3, 4.
HENRY WITTLER BLACK
Apfvlimzzf for B.S. Degree in
B11 fjzzeo Adnzizzirlrizfiozz
Alpha Mu Omicron, Board of Publica-
tionsg Collegian Business Staff, 21 Class
ViceePresident, 43 Intramural Athleticsg
Harlequin Club, Band, 1, 2, President,
5, 41 Philologian Literary Society, 43 Inter-
fraternity Council: Economics Associationg
President, Alpha Mu Omicron, 43 Presi-
dent, Kappa Alpha, Deans List.
RAY SELDON BOISSEAU, IR.
Afvfvfimlzf fm' BS. Degree in
Bzzmzcw v Admrzzrvfnzfzozz
S. C. Mitchell'Literary Society, 2, Economics
Association, 3, 4.
HENRY LAWRENCE BOOKER, JR.
Ajlfvlimzzl for B.S. Degree in
B11 rizzeiu Adlzzizzivlrnzliwi
KID K E
Transfer from Virginia Polytechnic
Applirazzf for BA. Degree
Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Tau Kappa Alpha, Alpha Mu Omicrong
Collegian Staff, 1, 2, 5, 45 Current Events
Commentator, 2, 3, 4, Messenger Assistant
Editor, 2, 33 Intramural Athletics: De-
bate Team, 2, 5, 4, Forensic Council, 3, 4,
S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 2, Presi-
dent, 33 Economics Association, 3, Presi-
dent, 4g Honor Council, 3, Chairman, 43
EDWARD LEWIS BRAGG
fifvjvlimzzl for BS. Degree
CID A 00
Student Government Vice-President, Var-
sity Football, 2, 3, fig Varsity Basketball,
2, 5, -ig Varsity Track, Freshman Footballg
Varsity Club, Chemistry Clubg Y.M.C.A.
Cabinet, Harlequin Clubg Interfraternity
ERNEST LINWOOD BRANDIS, 'IR
xifgtvffvazzf for BA. Degree
E CIP E
Alpha Delta, Cheer Leader. 21 President,
S, C. Mitchell Literary Society, Forensic
Council, Treasurer, 3.
WILLIAM JEFFERSON CASH
Ajvjvfiixzrzl for BS. Degree in
CID K A
Alph.t Mu Omicrong Intramural Athletics,
Interfraternity Relations Committee, Chair-
mang Harlequin Clubg Interfruternity
Councilg Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 43 Economics
Association, Vice-President, 4g Account-
ing Clubg Intermediate Honorag Deans
WILLIAM BROWN BURGE, JR,
fljvflfimzzf fur Bfl, Drgqrue
A X A
Clam Vice-President, 2g Senator'-at-large
Freshman Football, Baseball, Basketball
isit Foothill 4 AllSt1te 11
XILI1 y z,2,5,ff -1 QQVQ1
Sify B21Sli6flW21ll, 2. 5, 41 Varsity Baseball,
2. 5, 43 Varsity Clubg Interfraternity
Council: Philologian Literary Societyg
THOMAS HENRY BRUNO
Ajvjflirrnzl for B.S. Degree in
E fb E
Freshman Traclcg Rowing Club, Coxswain,
3, 4g S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Presi-
clent, 41 Economics Club, 3, -ig Aviation
Club: Accounting Club. 2.
CHARLES CLEVELAND COATES
Ajvfvlirtlzzf for B.A. Degree
Intramural Athleticsg Mu Sigma Rho Liter-
ary Societyq Chemistry Clubg Biology Club.
EUGENE W. K. CORNWELL, JR.
fllf7f71fL'r1lZf for Bfl. Degree
fID I' A
Intramural Athleticsg University Players, 4.
Apjfliuzzzf for BS. Degree in
KID I' A
Class Presitlent, 11 Class President, 43
Freshman Football, Trackg Varsity Foot-
ball, 2, 3, 4g Intramural Athleticsg Tennis
Managerg Interfraternity Council.
JOHN IRVIN CREWS
flflpljlllllf for BS. Dugwt' in
Bzzuzmfw v Arflfflzzllfnllmfl
Baseball Nlanagerg Pre-I.aw Society.
IJRANKLIN MADISON CRUUCIPI
fljlfvfirxzzzf for BS. Degree
Sigma Pi Signing Intramural Atlmleticsg
Radio Guiltlg Band, I, 2, 51 Glee Club.
I-IATCHER SNEAD ELLIOTT
flffjrfjaxllll fm' 13.14. Degree'
E1 A E
Alpha Mu Omicrung Freshman Track, Var-
sity Track, Frmhman Cross Country, Var-
sity Cross Country, 2, 3, Captain, 41 Intra-
mural Athletics, Varsity Club: President
of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
FORREST EMMETT EGGLESTON
Affjvlimrzl for BS. Degree in
BRANCH ANTONIO DINWIDDIE, JR
Ajvpliuuzl for B.S, Degree in
Glee Cluh, 1, Z, 3, -I.
ROBERT B. ELIVIORI3
flfljvfirizzzf for BA. Degree
KIJ li 2
Frcslunan Track, Glcc' Cluh, 1, 2, 5, 4.
Ajljllirxlrlf fur BS. Degree
Chemistry Club, 5. 41 Biology Clllb. 3. 4-
WILLIAM WINITRED IIARLEY
Ajwfflimzzf for BA. Degree
fl? I' A
Crew, 3. 41 Intramural Athleticsg Biology
LOUIS RICHARD FARBER
Afrfvlirznzf fur BA. Degree
Omicron Delta Kappa, Editor Web, 4g
Treasurer Student Government, 4g Mu
Sigma Rho Literary Society, 5, Vice-Presi-
dent, 4, President, 43 Forensic Councilg
Intramural Athletics: Deans List.
WILSON LEE FARIS
Afvlffliazzzf for BA. Degwe
Freshman Football, Baslcetlwallg Varsity
Foothall, 2, 5, -4, Intramural Athleticx.
HENRY LEE FOSTER
Ajljvlimrzl fm' BA. Degwrf'
Transfer from Blueheld Junior College
Alpha Delta, Choir, 3, Vice-President, 4
Glee Cluh, 3, blg Ministerial Assuciatiun,
CHARLES PHILLIPS FORD
fIf7f7!fL'.1I1f for BS. Degree
E A E
Class Treasurer, lg Harlequin Club, 3, 4.
ROBERT HENRY FENNELL, JR.
fIf7.f7!1:L'rll2f for BS. Degree
Chemistry Club, 3, 41 Eiulugy Club, 4.
DANIEL WEBSTER FOWLER
KVASHINGTON, D. C.
Ajrfiliinnzr for BA. Degree
E A E
Alpha Delta, Mu Sigma Rho Literary So-
ciety, 1, Vice-President, 2, Secretary, 3:
Y.M.C.VA. 1, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2, Vespers
Committee, 3, 43 Ministerial Agsociationg
JAMES MONROE FREDERICKSON
Apjwliazzzf for B.S. Degree
Phi Beta Kappa: Chemistry Club, 1, 2, 5,
Vice-President, 4, Intermediate Honorsg
WALTER BOOTH GILLETTE
Applfmrzf for BA. Degree
KID K E
Omicron Delta Kappag Advertising Staff
Web, 1, Managing Editor Web, 2g As-
sistant Business Manager Web, 5, 43 Col-
legian Staff, 1g Sports Managing Editor,
2g Senator, 13 Class President, 32 Senator-
at-large, 4: Intramural Athletics.
IYIARIO AGUSTO GAMBOA
SAN -IOSE, COSTA RICO
flfrfrfirilrzl for Bri. Degree
II K A
Cross Countryg Crewg Intramural
KENNETH FRED GARRISON
Apfwlimfzf for BS. Degree
Chemistry Club, 3, 4g Sigma Pi Sigma.
MILARD PHILIP HABOUSI-I
flfwfllirtzzzf for BS. Degree
Collegian Staff, 23 Chemistry Club, 4.
AUSTIN ERNEST GRIGG
Affjllirizlzf for BA. Degree
IT K A
Alpha Mu Omicrong Collegian Sports
Staff, 1, Feature Sports Editor, 2, Intra-
mural Athleticsg Psychology Club Secretary,
3, President, 4.
HAROLD IACKSON GORDON, JR
Applimzzzl for B.A, Degree
Alpha Mu Omicron, Rho Eta Sigmag Trans-
fer from Virginia Polytechnic Instituteg
Collegian Staff, 33 Fencing Team, 2, 5, 4g
S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 51 Dez1n's
GARLAND DOUGLAS HADDOCK
Ajvjvlimzzl for BA. Degree
E A ,E
Alpha Mu Omicron, Rho Eta Sigmag Col-
legian Staff, 2, Forensic Council, 41 S. C.
Mitchell Literary Society, 2, Treasurer, 3,
Vice-Presiclent, 43 Glee Club, 1, 2, Treas-
ROBERT DEITRICK HAM
Af7f7lfL'iIlIf for Bri. Degree
II K A
HENRY GERALD HELLER
ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY
Applfftlllf for BS. Degree
Transfer from Indiana University, Orches
tra, Philologian Literary Sucietyg Chemis-
try Clubg Intramural Athletics, Dean's List.
ALVIN F. HARRIS
fifvfvfimfll fur BJ-1. Degree
JAMES FREDERICK HART
Xljrjflimfzl for BS. Degree
Alpha Mu Omicrung Glee Clu
Y.M.C.A. Cahinetg Intermediate
STUART W. HQSKINS
Applimzzt for BA. Degree
2 A E
Freshman Football, Basketball, Baseball,
Varsity Football, Z, 3, 4, Varsity Basket-
ball, 2, 5, Captain, 4 fAll-Statejg Varsity
Baseball, 2, 3, Captain, 4, Intramural Ath-
HARVEY HAROLD HOBGOOD
flf7f7ljL'rll2f for BA. Degree
2 A E
Freshman Basketball, Varsity Basketball,
2, Cheer Leader, 1, 2, 3, Head Cheer
Leader, 4, Intramural Athletics, Mu Sigma
Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, Philologian
Literary Society, 4, Choir, Harlequin Club.
RUSSELL EDWARD HERRING, JR
Ajvplmuzf for BS. Degree
E A E
Beta Beta Beta, Biology Club, Collegian
Reporter, 1, Varsity Track, 2, 5, 4, Cross
Country, 5, 4, Varsity Club, 4, Inter-
mediate Honors, Deans List.
RAYIVIORID FRANKLIN HOUGH
fl,i1pfir.111Z for BA. Degree
K 2 '
Transfer from Mars Hill College, Varsity
Tennis, Intramural Athletics.
JULIAN HUDSON HILL, JR,
Appliiwzt for B.S. Degree in
A M 07
EDWIN B. JOHNSTON
Applimzzf for BA. Degree
S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 2, 5, 4,
LUTHER BARNUM JENKINS
fifvfvlirizfzl fm' BS. Degree in
Pi Delta Epsilon, Alpha Mu Omicrong
Collegian Staff, 1, Soorts Managing Eflitor,
2, Sports Eclitor, 3, Web Staff, I, Assistant
Sports Editor, 2. Assistant Editor, 31 Fresh-
man Football Managerg Varsity Basket-
ball Managerg University Players, Varsity
Apfvfiistzzzf fm' BA. Degree
Transfer from University of Viriniag
Psychology Club, Vice-Presidentg Aviation
Club, Vice-Presidentg Economics Asso-
WILLIAM F. KAYHOE
fljfplirnzzzf fur BS. Degree in
JOI-IN EIVIORY JORDAN
.tljrjrfirunzf fur BA. Degree
CD I' A
Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Pi Delta Epsilon, Tau Kappa Alpha, Col-
legian Staff, 1, Feature Editor, 2, Man-
aging Editor, 3, Editor, 4, Assistant Edi-
tor Spider Handbookg Assistant Track
Manager, 1, 2, Debate Team, 2, 3, 4, S. C.
Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 2, 4, Presi-
dent, 5: Forensic Council President, 41
Intermediate Honors, Deans List,
JOI-IN SPREULL JONES
Applirrzzzt for B.S. Degree
Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Mu Omicrong
Crew, 2, 3, Captain, 4, Intermediate
Honorsg Deans List.
GEORGE THEROS KERHULAS
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
Applicrzzzl for BS. Degree in
Bzzrizzerr Adzizizzirinzfiozz I
Intramural Athletics, S. C. Mitchell Liter
ary Society, 3.
JACK CHESTER KERVAN
SCARSDALE, NEW YORK
fif7f7ljL1llIf for B.S. Degree in
Collegian, 11 Web, 1, Zg Intramural Ath-
leticsg Crew, 2, University Players, -ig Inter-
fraternity Council, 4, President of Kappa
ROBERT CHARLES KRUG
Apjzlirzzrzl for BS. Degree
A X A
Chemistry Clubg Intermediate Honorsg
JOHN BURWELL KING
f1f7l7!fL1llIf fm' BA. Degnm'
Collegian Staff, 5, Psychology Cluh, -4.
JOHN KORMAN, JR.
Applimzzf fmt Bu'-I. Degree
Glee Club, 2, Psychology Cluh, 5, 4.
CLYDE BAILEY LIPSCOMB
fiflflzflllllf for BA. Degree
H K A
Alpha Delta, Alpha Mu Omicrong Intra-
mural Athletics, Glee Club, 1, 2, 5, 4
Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, 4
Y.M.C.A., 2g Alpha Delta Presidentg
THOMAS GORDON LEWIS
BRONXVILLE, NEW! YORK
Afvfvlianzl for BS. Degree in
Freshman Basketball, Trackg Crew Man
ager, 2, 31 Intramural Athletics, Philo-
lngian Literary Society, 1,
PHILLIP DRAKE LAWRENCE
Ajvplirmzl fm' B.S. Degree
2 A E
Sigma Pi Sigmag Web Staffg Chemistry
Clubg Deans List.
MACON MEVILLE LONG, IR.
ST. PAUL, VIRGINIA
Ajvplimzzf for BA. Degree
Assistant Baseball Manager, 1, 2, 3, Man-
ager, 43 Intramural Athletics, Mu Sigma
Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 43 R110 Eta
Sigma Secretaryg Varsity Clubg Deans List.
Applirtzzzf for BA. Degree
Transfer from Mars Hill College.
WILLIAM LAWTON MANER, JR.
ALLENDALE, SOUTH CAROLINA
Applimnt for BA. Degree
fb K E
Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon,
Collegian Staff, 1, Z, 3, junior Managing
Eclitor, 4, Web Staff, 1, 2g Football Man-
ager, 13 Basketball Manager, 1, 23 Golf
Manager, 3, 4, Fencing Team, 43 S. C.
Mitchell Literary Society, Treasurer, 4,
University Players, 4g Sckrontch Societyg
ROBERT E. L. IVICIXIEELY
flp,fvlir.11zf for BJ-I. Degree
E A E
Alpha Delta, Cross Country, I, 2, 5, el
Football Manager, 11 Intramural Athletics
Mu Si ma Rho Literir Societ 1 7
E t V V, , -,
Ministerial Association, 2, 43 Dean's List,
GUS DEAN MANDALERIS
f1,fv,f1lit1z1zI for BS. Degree in
B11 vjlzeo Affmilziifnzfmzl
Alpha Mu Omicrong Collegian Staff, Z
S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 2, 5: Eco
nomics Association, 3g Intermediate Hon
orsg Dean's List.
SIDNEY GRANT MORTON
Applirarzf for BA. Degree
Phi Beta Kappa: Collegian Staff, 1, Copy
Editor, 2, Assistant Managing Editor, 2g
S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 21 De-
bating Teamg Intermediate I-Ionorsg Deans
ROBERT CLYDE MOORE
Ajrjrljrurzf for BS. Degree in
Pi Delta Epsilong Collegian Staff, lg Web
Business Staff, 1, 2, 3, Business Manager,
4g Football Manager, 1, 2, 3, 43 Coxswain
Crew, 2, Intramural Athletics.
EDWIN JOEL MERRICK
Afvplfmrzf for BS. Degree
H K A
Representative to Athletic Councilg Fresh-
man Football, Baseball, Basketball, Var-
sity Football, 2, 3, Captain, 41 Varsity
Baseball, 21 Intramural Athleticsg Varsity
DONALD PITT MURRILL
Afljvlimrzf for BS, Degree
Sigma Pi Sigmag Math Clubg Aviation
Clubg President of Sigma Pi Sigma, 45
Intermediate Honors, Dean's List.
JACK RICKS NOFFSINGER
Af7f7ljt'tI7If for BA. Degree
Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Tau Kappa Alpha, Alpha Mu Omicron,
Glee Club, 1, 2, 51 Debate Team, 1, 2,
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 1, 2, Radio Guild,
1, 2, 3, Ministerial Association, 1, 5, Mu
Sigma Rho, 1, Vice-President, 2, President,
3, Forensic Council, 52 Vespers Commit-
tee, 3, 41 University Players, 4, Planning
CUmmi5Si0n, 5, -1,
ALLAN JACKSON PHAUP, IR.
Appliuzzzf for BA. Degree
2 'FD E
Rho Eta Sigma, Web Staff, 1, Intramural
Athletics, Rho Eta Sigma, President.
WOODROW WILSON PARIS
Afvjvfiazzzf for Bfl. lDeg1'ec
fIP I1 A
RANDOLPH HENDERSON PARRISH
flpfvliriizzf for BS. Degree in
Alpha Mu Omicron, Crew, 3, 4, S. C.
Mitchell Literary Society, Accounting
Club, Economics Association, Deans List.
JAMES DELBRIDGE PUGH
flfvfllirtzfzf fur B.S. Degree in
A X A
JOHN FRANKLIN POWERS
SOUTH NORFOLK, VIRGINIA
Afvfrliazrzf for Bfl. Degree
2 A E
Freshman Football, Boxing: Varsity Foot
ball, 2, 5, 4, Varsity Baseball, 2, 5, 4
Intramural Athleticsg Y.M,C.A. Cabinet,
1, 2, 33 Varsity Club.
GEORGE MILLER POLLARD
Ajvplitxzrzf for BS. Degree in
Bnrjzzei r Admizzirfrtzffozz
Intramural Athleticsg Accounting Club, 2
Economics Association, 4.
DORSEY COLE RAWLINGS
Applimnf for BA. Degree
fb K E
Alpha Mu Omicrong Intramural Athletics
Psychology Club, 4.
WILLIAM HERVEY REIVIINE
fIf7f7Hl'tIIIf for BS. Degree
Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Beta Betag
Collegian Staff, 1, 23 Treasurer Student
Government, President Student Govern-
ment, Freshman Basketball, Track, Var-
sity Track, Glee Club, 1, Y.M.C.A. Cabi-
net, I, 2, 3, Philologian Literary Society,
1, Vice-President, 2, President, 33 Varsity
Clubg Harlequin Club, Intramural Ath-
letics, Forensic Council, Board of Publica-
tions, 43 Athletic Council, 43 Interfrater-
nity Council, 4, President Kappa Sigma.
Applimzlf for BS. Degree
Chemistry Club, Intramural Athleticsg
WILLIAM MATTHEW ROBINSON
Ap,hlir.zz1f fm' B.S. Degree 211
fb I' A
Freshman Football, Track, Varsity Foot-
ball, 2, 3, Varsity Track, 2, 33 Intra-
mural Athletics' Philolo ian Literar So-
1 8 Y
ciety, 1, 23 Economics Association, 3, 4
Af7f7!IL'tZllf for BS. Degree in
Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Mu Omicronp In-
tramural Athleticsg Radio Guild, 1, Eco-
nomics Association, 5, -ig S. C, Mitchell
Literary Society, 3, -1.
PIERRE PAUL SAUNIER, FIR.
Afvjvlnpzrzf fur BA. De,g'ree
E flf IC
Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon,
Tau Kappa Alpha, Collegian Staff, 1,
News Editor, 2, Mzlntlging Editor, 3, As-
sociate Editor, 4, Messenger Associate
Editor, 2, Richmond College Editor, 5,
Class Secretary, 2, Secretary Student Gov-
ernment, -fi, Freshman Basketball, Intra-
mural Atliletics, Radio Guild, 2, Univer-
sity Players, 3, 4, Debate Team, 5, Philo-
logian Literary Society, 2, Vice-President,
5, President, 3, Forensic Council, 5, Bi-
ology Club, 2, Y.IVI.C.A. Cabinet, 51
Choir, 3, Glee Club, 4, President Omi-
cron Delta Kappa, President Pi Delta
lipsilong Sckrontclw Society, Deans List.
DIULIAN DOUGLAS SANGER
XIlfPf7ljL1lI1f for BJI. Degree
fIJ Ii E
Plii Beta Kappa, Collegian Staff, 1, In-
tramural Atlileticsg Glee Club, 1.
JASON MELVIN SALSBURY
fljljvliinnzf fmt BS. Degree in Cfaemiifry
Chemistry Clulw, 2, 3, President, 4, Inter
mediate Honors, Dean's List.
WINFIELD M. SCOTT
Ajffwfitxrzzf for BMI. Degree
S. fff IC
Manager of Tennis, 5, 4, Intramural Atli
letics, 2, 5, 4, Dean's I.ist.
BRONX, NEW YORK
Apjvlimzzf for BA. Degree
Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha, Alpha
Mu Omicron, Rho Eta Sigmag Intramural
Athletics, Debate Team, 5, Manager, 41
Forensic Councilg Camera Club, 3, 41
Philologian Literary Society, 5, ViCe-Presi-
dent, 43 Economics Associationg Inter-
mediate I-Ionorsg Deans List.
OTIS EDWARD SNOWA
Applirtzfzf far BS. Degree in
Bnlnzei v Adzzzizzivlnzfifnz
Alpha Mu Omicron.
JAMES POLK SIMPSON
fljwjvlimzzf for Bfl, Degree
Intramural Athleticsg Economics Association,
31 Frederickshurg Cluh Vice-President.
EDWARD SYLVESTER SINAR
CLIFTON FORGE, VIRGINIA
flfvjlfialllrl fm' BS. Degree
E A IC
Freshman Football, Freshman Trackg
Varsity Foothall, 2, 3, 4g Varsity Track,
2, 3, Captain,
SEABURY DENISON STONEBURNER
Ajvllvfimlzi for B.f1. Degree
fl? I1 A
Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Class Secretary, 1, Class President, 2,
Class Senator, 3, Freshman Football,
Basketball, Varsity Basketball, 2, 5, 4,
Varsity Track, Intramural Athletics, Vice-
President of Omicron Delta Kappa, Mc-
Adams Award, President of Phi Gamma
Delta, Intermediate Honors, Deans List.
GEORGE AUGUSTUS STEPHENSON
fllflflfflllllf for Bfl. Degree
Intramural Athletics, S. C. Mitchell Liter-
ary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, Inter-
mediate Honors, Deans List.
PARKE PURDY STARKE, JR.
fIf7f7UL'tIIZf fm' BS. Degree
Sigma Pi Sigma, Transfer from Virginia
Polytechnic Institute, Aviation Club, Treas-
urer, Dean's List.
OWEN EARLEY TATE
Ajrjffituznf fm' BS. Degree ill
Messenger Staff, 2, 5: Richmond College
Editor, -ig Philologian Literary Society, 1, 2.
ROBERT VERNON TALLEY
Applimfzf for B.S. Degree in
B11 rizzei r Admizziimzfimz
Class Treasurer, fig Freshman Trackg Var-
sity Track, 2, 5, 43 Intramural Athletics:
PAUL COWAN THOMAS
Applimzzt for B.S. Degree in
Banclg Economics Association.
WARREN FRANCIS TAYLOR
XVASHINGTON, D. C,
fljwjfiirnzzzf for Bfl. I3egree
CARLSON RAINE THOMAS
.flflfffitxnll for Bfl, Degree
Omicron Delta Kappag Hunnr Cuuncilg
University Players, 2, 3, President, -ig
Planning Commission, 3, -ig Interfrater-
nity Councilg Harlequin Clulwg Inter-
mediate Hnnursg Deans List.
Dry, kzq, f P
T. STANFORD TUTWILER
flfffvliruzzzl for BS. Degree
Sigma Pi Sigma, Collegian Business Staff,
1, Advertising Manager, 2, Assistant Busi-
ness Manager, 32 Assistant Business Man-
ager, Messenger, 5, Business Manager, 43
Fencing, 2, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, Business
Manager, 31 Chemistry Club Vice-Presi-
dent, Harlequin Club, 5, Secretary, 41
Interfraternity Council, 3, 41 Chairman of
Dance Committee, 41 President, Kappa Al-
phag Intermediate Honors, Dean's List.
WALTER SCGTT TOWNSEND
Afvjvlirtrzzf fm- BA. Degree
IIJ K E
Beta Beta Betag Biology Club, 1, 2, w
VINCENT Sl-IARPE TILLER
PENNINGTON GAP, VIRGINIA
Afvfvfjrtnzf for BA. Degree
Transfer from Mars Hill, Intramural Ath
leticsg Biology Club, 41 Beta Beta Beta
EARL WAYNE TYLER, DIR.
Afljllfrlllll fm' B.S. Degree in
Transfer from Virginia Polytechnic Insti-
tute, Harlequin Club, Dean's List, 3, -4.
' -'A Q24
EDWARD NATHANIEL ULLMAN
Applimm' for B.A. Degree
Collegian Business Staff, 1, 2, 41 S. C.
Mitchell Literary Society.
CECIL PORTER VAUGHAN, JR.
Applirwzl for BA. Degree
fb I' A
Rho Eta Sigmag Class Senator, 4, Fresh
man Baseball, Varsity Baseball, 2, 5, 4
Varsity Club, Intramural Athleticsg Philo-
logian Literary Society, 1, 2.
BRUCE PEARSQN VAN BUSKIRK
BRONXVILLE, NEW YORK
Afvflfirxrzzf for BA. Degree
Freshman Football, Basketball1 Varsity
Football, 2, 3, 43 Crew, 2, 3, 4g Y.M.C.A.,
Sp Philologian Literary Society, 2, 3.
EVAN BALFOUR VAN LEEUWEN
flflfllftllllf for BS. Degree' fl!
Collegian Staff, 21 Cross Country, 1, 3, 3,
43 Freshman Trackg Varsity Track, 2, 3,
4, Football Manager, 1, 2g Intramural Ath-
leticsg Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1,
2, President, 3, 4, Bandg Varsity Clubl
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 5g President, -ig Foren-
sic Councilg Intercollegiate Relationsg lico-
nomics Associationg Vespers Committeeg
JOHN THOMAS WATKINS, JR.
flflfflitxzfzf for BS. Degree in
E Cl? E
Crew, 3, 4, Harlequin Club, 3, Vice-
GEORGE T. WAITE
jglvlictzfzf far BS, Degrrc 111
CIJ I1 A
Ajvplimzzt for B.S. Degree
Chemistry Club, 3, 4, Biology Club, 4
S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 2, 3
Treasurer, 4, Dean's List.
PAUL GRAY WATSON, JR.
Applimfzf for Bfl. Degree
Freshman Track, Varsity Track, 3, 4,
Philologian Literary Society, 3.
ARNOLD FRANK WATTS
Applimfzf for BS. Degree in
Economics Clubg Accounting Club, In
structor Swimming and Life Saving, 2, 3
-ig Intramural Athletics, 3, 4.
ROBERT FAIE WILLIAMS
Applicrnzf for BA. Degree
ALBERT FAULKNER WEAVER
Apjllifrnzf for BA. Degree
Pi Delta Epsilon, Collegian Staff, Z,
News Editor, 3, Senior Managing Editor,
43 Freshman Trackg Crew, 4, Fencing
Team, 4, Biology Club, 1, 21 Sckrontch
Society, 2, 3, 4.
CARLTON ARDELLE WHITLATCH
flppfimzzl for BA. Degree
Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Mu Omi-
cron, Class Secretary, 33 Intramural Ath-
leticsg Honor Council: Glee Club, 1, 2g
Choir, 1, President, 2, Radio Guild, 1, 2,
Director, 3: University Players, 1, 2, 3, 4g
Mu Sigma Rho, 1, Treasurer, 21 Vespers
Committee, 5, 4.
W. GREGORY WRIGHT
a'1Af7f7lfL'tI7If for BS. Degree
dv A O
Transfer from Virginia Pnlytechnic Insti-
tute, Intramural Athletics.
IOI-IN WILLIAM WRIGHT, IR.
Afwjvliuzzzf fm' BS. Degree in
KIW II .X
Freshman Fmvtball, Basketballg Varsity
Football, 2, 5, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3,
Tennis, 2, 5, 4, Intramural Athletics, Var-
sity Club, 3, 4.
RUSSELL KING WOOD
xljwfvliuzzzf fm' B.S. Degree in
Economics Assuciatinn, 3.
CHARLETON P. YOUNTS, IR.
Ajvfvlitxnzf for BA. Degree'
Freshman Basketballg Freshman Baseballg
Varsity Basketball, 2, Intramural Athletics:
Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, 43 Harlequin
Club, 2, 5, President, 41 President of
Theta Chi, 4.
Apfvliuzfzf for BA. Degree
Collegian Business Staff, 3, 4, Web Busi-
ness Staff, 3, 4, International Relations
Club, 4, Radio Guild, 2, University Play-
ers, 2, Y.W.C.A., 4.
LUCY WYNN BAIRD
Apfvlimnt for B.S. Degree
Class Vice-President, 1, Varsity Hockey,
2, 3, Captain, 4, Varsity Basketball, 1, 2,
3, 4, Varsity Basketball Manager, 4, Var-
sity Tennis, 1, 2, 3, Manager Track, 3,
Athletic Association Board, 3, 4, Senior
Life Saving, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Hockey, 1,
2, 3, 4, Class Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Captain,
1, Class Tennis, 1, 3, 4, Captain, 2, Class
Track 1, Modern Dance Group, 3, 4.
MADGE MARIE AYCQCK
PRINCETON, NORTH CAROLINA
Apjvlirtnzl for B.S. Degree
National News Council, 4, Y.W.C.A., 4,
Biology Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Beta
FRANCES BELL BAILEY
Applimnf for BA. Degree
International Relations Club, 31 Secretary-
Treasurer, 4, Y.W.C.A., 4, Biology Club,
1, 2, 5, 4, Beta Beta Beta.
MARGARET RUTH BRINSON
Afvplitwzl for B.A. Degree
Varsity Tennis, 1, Class Hockey, 3, 4,
Class Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4, Puppets, 2, 3, 4,
Industrial Commission, 4, Camera Club, 4.
HILDAH COFER BATTEN
Applimzzl for BA. Degree
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 3, 4, University Choir, 1
2, 3, 4, International Relations Club, 4, In
dustrial Commission, 4, Camera Club, 3, 4
Applimfzf for BA. Degree
Web Business Staff, 3, Collegian Adver-
tisin Mana er 3' Assistant Business Man-
g g , , I
ager, 4, El Picaro, 3.
VIRGINIA HALL BUGG
Applicant for Bjl. Degree
Collegian Staff, 2, Web Staff, 2, 3: Class
Hockey, 1, Senior Red Cross Life Saving,
1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club, 2, 3, 4, Beta Beta
MILDRED COLOTA BURNETTE
Appliuuzi for BA. Degree
Pi Delta Epsilon, Web Staff, 1, Feature
Editor, 2, Assistant Editor, 3, Westhamp-
ton Editor, 4, Collegian Copy Editor, 2,
Senior Red Cross Life Saving. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Y.W.C.A., 4, National News Council, 4g
International Relations Club, 43 Biology
Club, 3: Chairman, May Day Program
Committee, 4, Intermediate Honors.
IDA MADELINE COSBY
Applimnt for BA. Degree
El Picaro, 3, 43 Biology Club, 2, 3, Vice-
President, 4, Beta Beta Beta.
MARY SUE CARTER
NEW YORK, NEW YORK
Ajlpliaznf for BA. Degree
Mortar Boardg President Honor Council,
4, Secretary College Government, 23 Class
Vice-President, 2, President, 33 Class Song
Leader, 1, 2, 3, Class Basketball, 1, Na-
tional News Council, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 43
University Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1,
2, 3, 4, University Players, 2, 3, 4, Radio
Guild, 2, 3, 4, Puppets, 4.
PAULINE ELVIRA CORTOPASSI
Appliazzzl for BA. Degree
Class Basketball, 1, 21 Class Hockey, 31
Piano Music Historian, 2, Ionian Music
Club Historian, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, 4,
El Picaro, 3, Secretary, 4, Choir, 43 Glee
Club, 4, Intermediate Honors.
bf , 2
CHARLOTTE ANN DICKINSON
FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA
flllvfvlicuzzi for Bfl. Degree
Honor Council, 3, Vice-President College
Government, 4, Vesper Committee, 2, 3,
4, Industrial Commission, 3, International
Relations Club, 4, University Choir, 1, 2,
3, 41 Glee Club, 1, 3, Vice-President, 2,
President, 4, Y.W.C.A., 4.
ALYS LEONTINE D'AVESNE
Apjvlianzl for BA. Degree
Les Femmes Savantes, 2, President, 3, 4,
Radio Guild, 4, University Choir, 1, Glee
Club, 1, Writers' Club, 4, Beta Beta Beta.
MARY MARGARET CRABTREE
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL
Applimzzf for BA. Degree
Phi Beta Kappa, Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet, 3,
University Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, International
Relations Club, 4.
CAROLINE VIRGINIA DOYLE
Applimlzf for B.S. Degree
Collegian Reporter, 1, President Athletic
Association, 4, Varsity Hockey, 2, 3, 4,
Manager, 2, Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 3,
Co-captain, 4, Assistant Manager Varsity
Basketball, 1, Manager, .33 Varsity Track,
2, 3, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Bas-
ketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Track, 1, Modern
Dance Group, 3, Publicity Head, 4, Na-
tional News Council, 3, 4, Y.XXf.C.A. Cabi-
net, 3, 4, Westliainpton Seal Winner, 3.
DOROTHY ANN DUKE
Appliazzzl for BA, Degree
Collegian Business Staff, 4.
MAUREEN OPHELIA FUGATE
Applimnl for BA. Degree
Transfer from Virginia Intermont Collegeg
Class Basketball, 3, 4g International Rela-
tions Club, 4.
EUNICE SIGNORA FLANAGAN
BREMO BLUFF, VIRGINIA
fII7f7HL1IlIf fur Bfl. Degree
02155 Bi1Sl46flU21ll, 5, 42 Camera Club, 5, -I
Psychology Club, 5, -Ig University Choir:
KATHLEEN BURKE FRANCIS
GLEN ALLEN, VIRGINIA
Appfirtnzl for BA, Degree
Biology Club, 2, 3, 43 Beta Beta Beta.
MILDRED JANE GUSTAFSON
Applifrzzzt for BA. Degree
Transfer from Williarn and Mary Division,
Class Hockey, 2, 3, 41 Class Basketball, 2,
3, Y.W.C,A. Cabinet, 3: Les Femmes
Savantes, 3, 4, Biology Club, 4, Safety
JANET MOORE GRESHAM
flffjllitznzl for BA. Degree
Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Basketball,
2, Pegasus Club, 3, Vice-President, 4.
MYRA ANNE GREGORY
Appliuzzzf for BA, Degree
International Relations Club, 5, 4.
DORIS ANN HARGROVE
Appliuzzzf for BA. Degree
Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Basketball
2, Pegasus Club, 3, 4.
Applimnf for BA. Degree
Class Hockey, Z, 3, International Relations
Club, 43 Beta Beta Beta.
HBWLEN ELIZABETH JOHNSGN
Applimnz for BA. Degree
Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, Col-
legian Reporter, 1, Staff Assistant, 2, Fea-
ture Editor, 3, Managing Editor, 4, Hand-
book Editor, 4g Class Hockey, 13 Class
Basketball, 1g Y.W.C.A., 4, Pegasus Club,
4g Secretary, 33 May Day Research Chair-
man, 4, Intermediate Honors.
MILDRED LYBLI. JAMES
NEWIDORT NEWS, VIRGINIA
fljvjzlimfzf for BJI. Degree
Phi Beta Kappag Mortar Board President
Representative to College Government, 1
Class President, 23 Tea Room Represent
ative, 5g Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 3, 4, Secre
tary-Treasurer, 23 Glee Club, 1, 2, 4, Vice-
President, 3, University Choir, 1, 2, 4
National News Council, 1, 2, 4, Secretary-
Treasurer, 33 International Relations Club,
43 Intermediate Honors.
,.,,' I 69
PATRICIA SARAH JOBLIN
Applimzzf for B.A. Degree
Transfer from Sweet Briar College, Class
Secretary, 43 Les Femmes Savantes, 2, 3,
4g EI Picaro, 3, 4.
MARGARET HATTON LIGON
Afwfvfirtzzzl for BA. Degree
Web Business Staff, 2, 3, Wfesthampton
Business Manager, 4, Class Hockey, 11
Class Basketball, 1, Glee Club, 5, 4, Les
Femmes Savantes, 3, 4, International Rela-
tions, Club, 51 President, 41, Y.XXf,C.A.
RUTH BAILEY LATI-IAIVI
Apjllirtizzl for BA. Degree
El Picaro, 5, 4, Modern Dance Group, 5,
4, Beta Beta Beta.
MARIE ESTELLE KEYSER
Applimnl for BA. Degree
Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, Tau
Kappa Alpha, Mortar Board, Chapter
Editor, Pi Delta Epsilon Vice-President,
4, Tau Kappa Alpha President, 4, Col-
legian Reporter, 1, News Editor, 2, Man-
aging Editor, 3, Assistant Editor, 4, Mes-
senger Staff, 2, Business Manager Hand-
book, 3, Class Treasurer, 1, Class Hockey,
1, Class Basketball, 2, Debate Councilpl,
Manager, 2, Vice-President, 3, 4, Les
Femmes Savantes, 2, 3, El Picaro, 3,
Y.XW.C.A., 4, Biology Club, 2, May Day
Business Manager, 4, Intermediate Honors.
EILEEN LOUISE LLOYD
IVIARDELA SPRINGS, IVIARYLAND
Ajrjvliriznf for BA. Degree
Transfer from Averett College, Varsity
Hockey, 3, 4, Class Hockey, 3, 4, Y.NXf.C.A
JUDITH CARTER LUCAS
Applimnf for B.A. Degree
Tau Kappa Alpha, Debate Council, 2, 4,
Manager, 33 International Relations Club,
3, fig El Picaro, 3.
ELIZABETH JANE MARSH
SYRACUSE, NEW YORK
Appliamf for BA, Degree
Transfer from Hartwick College, Biology
Club, 4, Beta Beta Beta.
ANNABEL FARINHOLT LUMPKIN
CHESTERFIELD COURTHOUSE, VA.
flflplimrzf for BA. Degree
President College Government, 4, Class
President, 1, Class Vice-President, 5, Bi'
ology Club, 2, International Relations
Club, 3, 43 Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 3.
- ..., s of
KATHERINE LEE LYLE
Applimrzt for B.A. Degree
Web Advertising Staff, 2g Class Vice-Presi-
dent, 4, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 4, Captain, 3,
Class Basketball, 1, 2, 5, Nostrae Filiae, 2,
4, President, 31 Pegasus Club, 4g Treas-
JEAN CRITTENDEN MILLER
GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA
Ajlplimlzf for B.A. Degree
Transfer from St. Mary's Collegeg Web
Business Staff, 3, 43 Collegian Staff, 3, 43
Varsity Hockey, 43 Class Hockey, 43 Class
Basketball, 3, National News Council, 3,
43 Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 43 International
Relations Club, 4.
VIRGINIA ALLEN MCLARIN
MOUNTAIN LAKES, NEW JERSEY
Afrpliauzl for B.A. Degree
Phi Beta Kappa, Collegian Reporter, 2,
3, Feature Editor, 43 Web Staff, 3, As-
sistant Editor, 43 Messenger Staff, 43 Var-
sity Hockey, 2, 33 Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 43
Class Basketball, 2, 33 Camera Club, 33 El
Picaro, 33 Y.W.C.A., 43 Writers' Club, 43
ALICE WILSON MCELROY
Applimzzf for BA. Degree
Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Historian
Managing Editor Web, 33 Class Secretary
1, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 23 Second Vice-
President, 33 President, 43 Class Hockey
1, Z3 Glee Club, 13 National News Coun
cil, 33 International Relations Club, 3, 4
ETI-IEL HELEN O'BRIEN
GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK
Applicmz! for BA. Degree
Messenger Staff, 43- Puppets, 2, 3, 43
Writers' Club, 4. '
FLORENCE EUBANK PARKER
Applicant for B.A. Degree
Transfer from University of California,
Ionian Music Club, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2:
International Relations Club, 4, Industrial
Commission, 4, Y.W.C.A., 4.
DOROTHY ELAINE ROBERTS
Applicant for BA. Degree
Athletic Association Secretary, 2, Treas-
urer, 3, Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Co-
captain, 4, Class Hockey, 1, Class Basket-
ball, 1, 2, 3, Class Track, 1, 2, National
News Council, 3, 4, Westhampton Seal
EDITH ELEANOR PARSONS
SHELBURNE FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS
Applirazzf for BA. Degree
Honor Council, 4, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3,
4, Class Basketball, 3, 4, Class Tennis, 3,
Captain, 4, Puppets, 2, 3, 4, Y.W,C.A.
Cabinet, 3, Industrial Commission, 3, 4,
Camera Club, 4, Spanish Club, 4.
EMMA LOUISE PARSONS
Applimrzf for BA. Degree
Web Advertising Staff, 2, Class Treasurer
4, Class Hockey, 1, Class Basketball, 2
Captain, 51 Glee Club, 3, 4, Pegasus Club
3, President, 4, Writers' Club, 4.
MARION EVELYN SIBLEY
Applirrznt for BA. Degree
International Relations Club, 4.
MABEL LEIGI-I ROGKE
Applimzzf for BA. Degree
Mortar Board, Secretary, Collegian Re-
porter, 1, Business Staff Web, 31 Associate
Editor Messenger, 33 Westhampton Edi-
tor, 4g International Relations Club, 2, 3,
4, National News Council, 2, President,
3, 4, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 32 University
Choir, 2, 3, 4g Radio Guild, 3, Industrial
Commission, 3, 45 Writers' Club, 4.
VISTA VIRGINIA ROBINSON
Apjvlirrzfzf for BS. Degree
Class Treasurer, 3, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3,
4, Class Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4, University
Choir, 1, 2, 3: Y.NW,C.A. Cabinet, 1, 2,
3, 4, National News Council, 3g Secretary-
Treasurer, 43 Chemistry Club, 3, Secretary,
4, Math Club Vice-President, 3.
Applirzzzzf for BA. Degree
Debate Council, 2, 3, International Rela-
tions Club, 3, 4.
LUCY KEELING SISSON
Applimzzf for B.S, Degree
Secretary Math Club, 31 Chemistry Club,
3, 4, Biology Club, 4, Sigma Pi Sigma
SADDYE JANE SYKES
JACKSON, NORTH CAROLINA
Applicant for BA. Degree
Class Hockey, 43 Class Basketball, 1,
Puppets, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 4.
I-IELEN JANE SMITH
fIf7f7lfl1IIZf for BA. Degree
Class Hockey, 1, 2, Modern Dance Group,
3, 4: X .W.C.A.. 4.
MAUDE WAKELEY SMITH
NUTLEY, NEW JERSEY
A,hfv1ir,111f for B.A. Degree
College Government Representative, 2,
Treasurer, 5, Honor Council, 41 Univer-
sity Choir, 1, Puppets, 3, 43 Les Femmes
Savantes, 3, 4.
BETTY MERTON WILLETS
Applirtzzzi for BA. Degree
Athletic Association Vice-President, 51
Class Hockey, 1, 2, Y.XY!.C.A. Cabinet,
2, 3, 4, National News Council, 3, 4, Beta
KATHERINE LUMPKIN WICKER
Aflltrlirtuzl for B.S. Degree
Varsity Hockey, 1, 51 Class Hockey, 1, 2,
3, 43 Class Basketball, 1, Y.W.C.A. Cabi-
net, 21 Glee Club, 1, 2, University Choir,
2, 3, 4, Industrial Commission, 5.
MARY ANNE TUCKER
Appliuzzzt for BA. Degree
University Choir, 1, 2, Les Femmes Sa-
vantes, 3, 4, Puppets, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 4.
DELL MERCEDES WILLIAMS
Apjflimnf for B.A. Degree
Mortar Board, Vice-President and Treas-
urer, Collegian Reporter, 1, 2g News Edi-
tor, 3, Web Business Staff, 1, College
Government Representative, 3, Class Sec-
retary, 23 President, 4, Class Hockey, 1,
5, 41 Captain, 2g Class Basketball, 1, 2, 5,
43 Pegasus Club, 3, 4.
ROBERTA YANCEY WINFREY
Applimnf for BA. Degree
Messenger Staff, 41 Athletic Association
Secretary, 2g Cheer Leader, 13 Class
Hockey, 1, 21 Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3:
Glee Club, 1, 23 May Day Publications
Chairman, 41 Industrial'Commission, 4g
Les Femmes Savantes, 3, 4, Pegasus Club,
5, 4g Y.W.C.A., 4.
HARRIETT RUDD YEAMANS
flfvjrlirtuzl for BA. Degree
Web Business Staff, 21 Westhampton Ad-
vertising Manager, 51 Messenger Business
Manager, 43 Day Student Representative
College Government, 4g Class Secretary,
33 Nostrae Filiae, 1, 2, 5, 4g Intermediate
lQRR.X'I'A. XVI: regret that
I'IPl'lIIlI2llllI BIorton's pit'-
turv was lt-ft out in the
silplisilsit-tivail plat-eine-nt of
tht- Senior section.
FERDINAND H. MORTON, JR.
WINIFREDE, WEST VIRGINIA
Affplirtzzzf for B.A. Degree
CD I' A
IN MEMORIAM Beta Beta Betag Collegian, 1, 23 Philologian
CHARLES TALMAGE HALLOWELL
ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY
August 21, 1915 February 12, 1938
Literary Societyg Intramural Athletics.
HISTORH', BY ITS NATIIRI2, is a complex blending
of events and memories whose design might be
compared to the mosaic-the pattern never com-
pleted. Each separate and distinct part has a niche
equally important to the others. The tesserae of
the Class of 19-I1 are but added colors to the chang-
ing patterns, and yet to the class of '41 will seem
the most apparent portion, since it is their very
Witli three eventful years completed, the class
of 19-I1 looks ahead to the final year of its college
career. This past year has been successful in every
way. The officers of the Richmond College Junior
Class were: James Turkington, President, Edgar
Garber, Vice-President, Thomas McVay, Secre-
tary, Leon Alexander, Treasurer, and Bill Fitz-
hugh, Class Senator. At Westliampton College, un-
der the able guidance of Margaret Eorrer as Presi-
dent, Jeannette Evans as Vice-President, Louise
Morrissey as Secretary, and Jane Trevett as Treas-
urer, they had a very fine year.
The outstanding event for any Junior class is,
of course, its Prom, and this year's dance was one
of the best of the season. It was held in Milhiser
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: James W.
Turkington, PI'e.fiIle12l.' Williain Fitzhugh, Selmforq Harold
McVay, Seu'cffI11'J'.' Ed Garber, Vive-PI'e.I'ide11f.' and Leon
Gymnasium, while the Westhanapton Junior Prom
was held in the Westhampton Student Activities
Members of the Class of '41 have been outstand-
ing in every phase of campus activities. A large
number made Intermediate Honors for scholastic
excellence. Many were elected into honorary or-
ganizations such as Tau Kappa Alpha, Mortar
Board, Pi Delta Epsilon, and Omicron Delta
The opening scene of the year portrayed snatches
of summer vacation, new schemes-clever ideas-
Freshmen - questions - llustered Juniors -incor-
rect answers and introductions. Then a lull, fol-
lowed by dances and examinations, gaiety and
grinding. Then spring-summer plans-and an-
other year passes.
The workmanship of '41 is not yet completed.
The value of the experiences of the past must meet
its test by the trials of the future. The full design
of the mosaic must be realized-the finish made
to glisten. One more year in which to realize
dreams and add new color to the pattern we are
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. LEFT TO RIGHT! Jane Trevett,
TI'ezzrm'er,' Jeannette Evans, Vive-P1'e.I'ir!e11f,' Margaret For-
rer, Pz'e.I'ide1zf,' and Louise Morrissey, SerI'etaI'y.
THOMAS R. BENTON
LUCIAN WARNER BINGHAM, JR
CHARLES ROBERT BOOTH
BENJAMIN FREDERICK BOWLES
RICHARD YOUNG BRISTOW
FRANK HENRY BRITTON
ROBERT THOMAS BROGAN
HENRY ARMISTEAD BULLOCK
EDWARD REEVES ADAMS
RAYMOND ATWELL ADAMS
LEON HARPER ALEXANDER
GORDON I-IUTSON ANDREWS
WILLIAM PAGE ANDREWS
EDGAR MULLINS ARENDALL
JEFFERSON DAVIS ASHER
IVTURRAY M. BARR
Brooklyn, New York
ALVIN FRANCIS BEALE, JR.
HENRY EPES CAKE
SALVATORE VINCENT CASALE
XWADE ST. CLAIR COATES
.IOSEPH HOVUARD CONDLTFF
FRANK MAXXVELL CONNER, klic.
HUGH STUART CRISMAN
JOHN CARRINGTON CROSS
ASHLEY DUNN DPSHAZOR
JOHN ANTHONY DOUMLELE
ROBERT XWILLIAM DURRETT, .IR
Hartsvillc, South Carolina
GERSI-IAN GERALD EDISS
WINFRED HUGO ELDER
HARRY EDWARD FAINTER, JR.
CHARLES xl. FERNEYHOUGH, -Ti:
XVILLIAM B. FITZHUGH
JAMES MATTHEW! FOGG
EARL RUSSELL FOX
RICHARD S. GRIZZARD
NATHANEL BERNARD HABEL
GORDON COOPER HAINES
PAUL ,IULIAN HARRELL
Edenton, North Carolina
JAMES RIDOUT HARRIS
MELVIN CLYDE HAWKINS
WILLIAM HENRY HEMBY
WILLIAM M. HERNDON
LAWRENCE HILGEMAN, -IR.
I-IERIIERT WINSTON FROSTIf,K
EDGAR CLYDE GARBER, ju.
OSCAR GREEN GILBERT, llc.
,IOHN BENTLEY GILMER
Washington, D. C.
MORRIS DAVID GRANDIS
WILLIAM ALEXANDER GRANT
XWAVERLY S. GREEN, VIR,
HARRY EGBERT GRIFFIN
WESTON HARRIS GRIMSLEY
IRA DIIRVUOOD HVDGINS
XX'.naIiington, D. C,
RICHARD IfI,INIIfR HI'INII5IfR'I'
ARSIIHIIR IfDXX'ARD AIONIZS
CQHASIINIQ XXfAl.'I'ON AIONES, Alia.
XXIILLIAIXI H. ,IONES
,norm FREDERICK Auvizcsiiws, viii.
Bon Air, Virginia
MARIII-I.'XI-I, IPRIESCQOTI' KEAN
ROBERT A, KEIL
Oak Ilrrk, Illinois
WILLIAM XVARD KERSEY, FIR.
Iiluciield, Wcbt Virginia
GEORGE HENRY LANDERS, -IR.
RANDOLPH CROZET LAPRADE
JOHN HOWARD LOCKE
BEN HARRIS MCGEHEE
T. HAROLD IVICVAY, -IR.
GEORGE EDIVIOND INIASSIE, III
Brooklyn, New' York
WILLIAM ROSE MAYNARD
CHARLES H. MILLER
Kearns-ysville, West Virginia
THOMAS EDWARD PUGH
WILLIAM NEIL RANEY
Morgan Hill, California
NWILLIAM THOMAS RICH
GEORGE EMORY ROBERTS
HERMAN SAMUEL ROCKOFF
LESTER MARTIN SAUER
WII.LlAM PARTIN SCI-IAFEER
Drewry's Bluff, Virginia
WILLIAM OSMAR SEIFERT
GEORGE HILL SHACKELFORD
JOHN KELSO IVIUORE
WILLIIE PHILIP IVIORRlSSE'l1'l'l
-IAMES MALCOLM MURPH Y
HAROLD GRAVES OXWIZNS
XXXILLIAM F. PARKERSON, 'Ili
INIICHAEL STEVENS PEPI
New York City, New York
MARSHALL ,IACKSON PHILLIPS
BLANTON LYNN PRICE
XVILLIAM HENRY SNYDER, -IR. . . .
-IOHN HAMMITT SPROLES .....
ROBERT EARLE STANLEY ..
ALVAN LEE ST. CLAIR .A.. .......
HENRY L. STEINER ......,...,.......
GRANVILLE HARDING STEINMETZ
.IOSEPH OSCAR SULLIVAN ........
XWILLIAM HARMAN SURBER, IR.
XVILLIAM SANFORD TERRY . . . .
XWILLIAM TOPHAM .............
,IAMES XWILLIAM TURKINGTON ..
ROBERT PENDLETON VANBUREN
FREDERICK ALEXANDER WADDINGTON
'IAMES ARTHUR WAGNER ......,.....,....
XWILLIAM .IULIAN XVAYMACK
GEORGE LUDLOXY! WHITE, -IH.
GEORGE PUCKITT WHITLEY, ja. . .
W. HARRY XWIDENER ...........
-IOE XWHEELER WIGGINS .....,.
AUBREY SIMPSON XVILLIAMS, VIR.
Staten Island, New York
. . . . . Pocahontas Virginia
,. Richmond Virginia
. , . Roanoke, Virginia
. , . . Richmond Virginia
. . . . Richmond, Virginia
. . .. Dillwyn, Virginia
. . . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . . . Chatham, Virginia
, . . . . . Roanoke, Virginia
. . Jersey City, New Jersey
, . . . . Richmond Virginia
. . . . Richmond Virginia
. . . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . . . . Richmond, Virginia
. . Durham, North
. . . . . . Richmond, Virginia
ANNE FOX ADDISON ......
MARY LORRAINE ARNOLD ..
MARTHA LILLIAN BEAM ......,...,
MARY ANNE BOEHLING .,.....,..... ..
MARGARET EVELYN BRITTINGHAM
EDITH MCDOWELL BURFOOT .....
MARY MOSELEY BUXTON ......
LOIS INEZ CAMPBELL .........4.
KATHLEEN FRANCES CRAWFORD .
FRANCES VIRGINIA DEBOE ...,,.,
HELEN MARIE DODD ..........,..
EDNA FRAZIER DRUMXWRIGHT . ..
BARBARA RUTH ECKLES .....,..
GLADYS REBECCA EPES ..........
ELIZABETH ,IEANNETTE EVANS
JOSEPHINE FRANKLIN FENNELL
MARGARET ELIZABETH FORRER
CECILE BEARDEN GADDIS ........
CAROLYN HATCHER GARY .,
EMILY ALESE HARDAWAY
.. . . , Norfolk, Virginia
Hamlet, North Carolina
. . , Richmond, Virginia
. . Victoria, Virginia
. . Fentress, Virginia
. . Richmond, Virginia
, . Saltville, Virginia
. . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Chatham, Virginia
. . . E Richmond, Virginia
Union Level, Virginia
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Blackstone, Virginia
. . Richmond, Virginia
, 4 Richmond, Virginia
I . Richmond, Virginia
. , . , Miami, Florida
4 . . Richmond, Virginia
. Stony Creek,
MARY ELIZABETH HENRY
DOROTHY VIRGINIA HENWES
HELEN JAMES HILL ,.....,...
MARY ERINA HINCHMAN ......
ELIZABETH DILLARD HOLDEN .
MILDRED TURNLEY HOWERTON
,IEANNE WORTHAM HUEFMAN
MARY FLORENCE LAFOON ......
ADA MAY LAND ,.......,......
KATHRYN REBECCA LEVISTON .
NAOMI LEXWIS ,...............
.IULIETTE PAIGE LOVING
HELEN DOUGLAS MARTIN ....
MARIE LOUISE MORRISSEY ,.
,IEAN LOUISE NEASMITH
. . . . Hopewell, Virginia
. , . Chester, Pennsylvania
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Blackstone, Virginia
. . . . . Suffolk, Virginia
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . , . . . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . . . . . . Richmond, Virginia
KIRA NICHOLSKY .............,. New York City, New York
MAYME FRAYSER O'FLAHERTY ...,. ........ R ichmond, Virginia
VIRGINIA BLANCHE OMOHUNDRO .... . . . Fork Union, Virginia
MARY BENNETT OWEN ........,.... ...... I arratt, Virginia
MILDRED ANNE OWEN
. . Keysville, Virginia
SARAJANE PAYNE .............
AGATHA CONSTANCE POWELL
ANN PHILLIPS ................
MARGARET LEE PURCELL ..,..
ANNA MARIE RUE ...........
FRANCES HENRIETTA SADLER .
ELSIE VERNON SATTERXWHITE .
THELMA ANNE SELDES ........
MARY ALICE SMITH ...........
KATHERINE APPERSON SPENCER
BERNICE IRENE STEPHENSON ..
. . , Richmond
. . . Richmond
. . . . Richmond
. . . . Culpeper,
. , . Richmond
. . . . Richmond
. . . . Richmond
. . . Richmond
. . . . Richmond
. . . . . ..... . , . .... Richmond
JANE WALDROP TREVETT ...... .........,..,............ A shland
SUZANNE ADORA TRUSSELL ....
JEANNE LOZIER WILKINS ......
FRANCES ELIZABETH XXIILEY
ANTOINETTE PARKER WIRTH
BETTY HASKINS WOODSON . . .
ANN LOVE WOODWARD ......
MARION AUGUSTA YANCEY . .,
Fort Wfashington, Long Island, New Yorl-1
Fanwood, New jersey
. ........ Richmond,
. . . . Smithfield, North
. . , . . . .. Richmond,
. . . , . . . Richmond
. . . Clarksville,
King and Queen x
and yes, dmzeifzg loaf
,s 'M N
urzfors af war
A IIIOIIIBIIIUS rest
THE PH MDRE CLASS
SoP1-1oMoREs of the University of Rich-
mond, felt upon our entrance into our second year
of life here that peculiar surge of freedom and
unbounded authority which was to distinguish us
in both outlook and action from the bewildered
"rats" of the preceding year. Not only did the real-
ization of the fact that our period of subordination
had been completed add fire to the Hames of satis-
faction, but the fact that we had graduated from
the ranks of the Frosh gave us the opportunity to
enjoy the distinct privilege of administering our
authority on another group of neophytes. We
wasted not the slightest opportunity, and the "rats"
began to experience the privation of the freedom
we felt should be denied. '
Under the leadership of President Henry Gar-
nett, Vice-President Bert Milling, Treasurer Mark
Willing, Secretary Dick Klaffky, and Senator
Frank Baker of Richmond College, and President
Elsa Keen, Vice-President Louise Sheffield, Secre-
tary Norma Palmer, and Treasurer Betty Ann
Petsinger we had a successful year of activities.
The annual "Pajama Parade" of Richmond Frosh
cannot be forgotten by any of our number. We, of
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Frank
Baker, Semzfmy' Henry Garnett, P1'e.mle11l,' Dick Klaffky,
Seci'elr1rwy,' Bert Milling, Vjl'6-Pl'6,lii6ll6lIf, and Mark Willing,
Richmond, cannot overlook the bruises we re-
ceived at the hands of the Freshmen in the Frosh-
Soph "free-for-all" that followed the parade, nor
can we fail to remember the gala Centennial Dance
which we sponsored with the aid of the first-year
We, of Westhampton, had an active year, not
only scholastically but socially as well. Ours was
the honor of sponsoring the May Day dance. Our
year finally culminated with the early morning
daisy picking and the all-day job of making the
daisy chain that we carried with our "big sisters"
As we finish our second year and graduate into
the last half of our college experience, we do so
with the knowledge that we have fulfilled the aim
that this year should be one of happiness and ac-
complishment. Four of our number received recog-
nition by election to Tau Kappa Alpha, and many
have been honored in campus activities. This Soph-
omore year, we naturally leave with reluctance but
in accordance with our desires and attitude, we
look forward to even greater accomplishment in
the years to come.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Betty
Ann Petsinger, Tre.1.fffre1',' Elsa Keuffel, Pl'L'.lifc!CJUf.' Norma
Palmer, Sei'i'efrzi'.y.' Louise Shehficld, I'ire-P1'eiide11f.' Miss
Grace Watkins, S,fm11.mr.
RICHARD LINWOOD ADAMS .. Richmond,
JOHN LEONARD AMRHEIN Richmond,
JOSEPH A. AMRHEIN, JR. ...... Richmond,
RICHARD ANKERS ........,..
FRANK JOSEPH BAKER . . Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania
ALFRED RIFFE BAUGHAN ....
JOHN CALVIN BELL, JR. .,,.. .
SHELTON THOMAS BELSCHES Carson,
WILLIAM GOODE BEVILLE .. Petersburg
WILLIAM H. BINGHAM ...... Richmond
COURTNEY cox BOWEN .,....
s. J. BRANDON .,.........,.,
HARROL ANDREW ERAUER ..
DANIEL NATHAN BROCK Appalachia,
EDWIN BEVERLY BROOKS .... Richmond,
MELVIN DWIGHT BURGESS ., Richmond
MELVIN W. BURNETT ...... Richmond
CLIFTON BOYD CHAPMAN .. Wocidstcick,
AUSTIN BRAXTON CLARKE Manakin,
BERNARD G. CLINE, JR. ...... Alexandria,
VINCENT W. COLLINS ..... Appomafaix,
WILLIAM BRUFFIE CONNOR .. Roanoke,
ROBERT C. COTTEN, JR. ...... Richmond,
GEORGE EDWIN COX ........ Covington,
ROBERT RIEVES DANFORTH . . Richmond,
JOHN DUN L. DAVENPORT Richmond
EUGENE TERRY DENNIS ..... Richmond,
JOHN DIXON, JR. ..,......... Richmond,
WILLIAM DEWITT ELLIS ...... Richmond,
JOHN W. ETHERIDGE .... South Norfolk,
GEORGE LEE EUTING ......... Richmond,
LEMUEL W. FITZGERALD .,.. Covington,
F. A. FROHBOSE ........ Bound Brook, New Jersey
HENRY D. GARNETT ..... Fredericksburg, Virginia
ROBERT A. GARY ..., ,.... R ichmond, Virginia
ELLIS P. GEORGE ............. Richmond,
STRAUGHAN LOWE GETTIER Norfolk,
ALFRED RACHELS GILBERT .. Richmond,
AYLETT WOODSON GOODE .... Richmond.
JOHN NEWTON GORDON .... Richmond,
THOMAS WALTER GREEN Burkeville,
HAROLD GREENE ............ Richmond,
EDWARD H. GROVE .... Winchester,
OXWEN GWATHMEY . . . . . Beulahville,
RANDOLPH B. HALL . ., .... Norfolk,
JOHN MARCELLUS HARDMAN .. Ettrick,
COLIN HAYLEY .,........... Winchester,
DEREK HAYLEY ............ Winchester,
GEORGE GARNETT HAYNES .. Richmond
RAY MCL. HENDERSON. .New Bern, North
WILLIAM PAUL HEPLER ........ Bloxom
THOMAS S. HERBERT ......... Richmond,
THOMAS O. HERNDON ....... Ore Bank,
EARNEST L. HIGGINBOTHAM. .Alexandria,
WILLIS DABNEY HOLLAND .... Richmond
CLAUDE GIBSON HOOTEN
MAC JOHNSON HOUGH . .. ..... Salem,
ALTON HOWELL ............. Richmond,
FRANK MYERS HOWELL ..... Portsmouth,
EMMETT LEE HUBBARD ..... Chase City,
HARVEY LEE HUDSON ....... Richmond
CHARLES WILLIAM HUGHES .. Richmond,
FRED ALBERT JENNINGS, JR. .. Richmond,
VIVIAN D. JOHNSTON, Jn. .... Richmond,
ARTHUR LEAKE JONES ....... Richmond,
ROBERT JAMES JONTZ ...... Blytheville, Arkansas
JOHN PRESTON JORDAN ..... Richmond, Virginia
H, DAVID KAFKA ............ Richmond, Virginia
ISADORE KAMINSKY ......... Richmond Virginia
RICHARD WILLIAM KARDIAN . Richmond, Virginia
ALBERT STANES KELLAM ..... Richmond, Virginia
HENRY EUGENE KING ...... Wilmington, Virginia
RALPH ELLSWORTI-I KINSEY . Richmond Virginia
RICHARD C. KLAFFKY ..... Huntington, New York
EDWARD MILTON KLEIN . Bridgeport, Connecticut
SYDNEY HUNTLEY KNIPE . Glen Ridge, New Jersey
CHARLES WILLARD KRAUSE . Baltimore, Maryland
DOUGLAS WINFIELD LAIRD .. Richmond, Virginia
WILLIAM E. LANGFORD, JR. .. Richmond, Virginia
VERNON THOMAS LANKFORD . Bloxom, Virginia
A LVIN PENROSE LONG
REUBEN T. LONG, JR. ....... .
VIRGIL M. LUMSDEN, JR. .
ADRIAN P. LYON ........
JAMES LEO MCDONALD .....
. . . . Luray, Virginia
. Sandston, Virginia
CLARENCE EDWARD MAJOR .. Stormont
HAROLD L. MANAHAN ...... Richmond
DALLACE E. MARABLE Newport News
JESSE WILLIAM MARKHAM .. Richmond
PHILIP BENJAMIN MASON .... Hampton
ALVIN HUDSON MILLER ...... LOCklieS
GEORGE KENNETH MILLER .. Richmond
JERRY GERSON MILLER ,. Fredericksburg
BERT WILLIAM MILLING ....... Mobile,
GEORGE CLINTON MOORE . .. Richmond
JOHN CURTIS MOORE ..,.... Richmond
HENRY NAKDIMEN ..... Pennington Gap
MORTON L. NICHOLSON, JR. Emporia
EARL LEWIS NOBLE, JR. ..
MARLIN THOMAS NOLAN
JAMES D. NORFLEET . ..
IRVIN KYLE OWEN ....
SPENCER OWENS .......
EDWIN FINDLEY PAULI ......
JOHN GRAY PERKINS
JAMES LINWOOD PETERS
LESLIE H. PHILLIPS, JR.
ROBERT MACON PHILLIPS ....
RALPH KNIGHT PICKELS .
MALCOLM UPSHUR PITT
HARVEY BENSON PRICE
LEONARD ALFRED PURDY
RUSSELL REA ............. . .
PHILIP GORDON REMINE
. . Holland
. . Phoebus
. . Spencer,
ROBERT A. RHODES .. Univ. of Richmond
MARION LEE RICE, JR. ........ Richmond, Virginia
STANTON C. RICHARDS .... Bronxville, New York
WILLIAM LAMAR ROBERSON . Hopewell, Virginia
DAVID LAUDER ROBERTSON . Pelham, New York
DONALD KENT ROBERTSON Mattoax, Virginia
ROBERT EUGENE ROBERTSON
DAVID ROSE ROGERS .....
HARRY ROUND .....,....
CHARLES RAY ROUTON ......
LEANDER T. SAUNDERS, IR.
EDWARD ROBIN SCHAPIRO
ROBERT HAMMOND SEASE
LAWRENCE B. SHEFFIELD .
MARTIN SHEINTOCH .....,.
VUILLIAM MOSES SMITH, jk. ..
THOMAS F. SOUTHWORTH
LAWRENCE EARL SPIERS, JR.
EPHRAIM EDDIE STEINBERG . .
ALEXANDER STERNBERG .....
ROBERT LECKY STONE ..
. Soonch un, Korea
GERVAS S. TAYLOR .,......,.. Richmond
-IACKSON TAYLOR .. Winnabow, North
WILLIAM ALEXANDER TAYLOR . Spencer,
HARDING LESTER THOMAS . Martinsville,
JOE B. THOMAS ......i.... Clifton Forge
A. NORMAN THOMPSON ..... Richmond, Virginia
EMILIO FRANCISCO TRILLA. . .Carolina, Puerto Rico
THEODORE ROY TURNER . . Frederick Hall, Virginia
FREDERICK BOOTH UZZLE .. . Petersburg, Virginia
CHARLES T. WALTHALL . . . . Matoaca, Virginia
THOMAS E. WARRINER, DIR. . Lawrenceville, Virginia
ALLAN HENRY WELLMAN . Old Bridge, New Jersey
CHAUNCEY GOODE WELTON . Richmond,
SCOTT HENRY WERMUTH .. Dumbarton,
BEN-IAMIN HUGH WESTON Arlington
ALFRED WHEELER ...... Fredericksburg,
THOMAS W. WHITE, JR. ...... Richmond,
WALTER D. WHOLEY .... Fredericksburg,
BOLLING G. WILLIAMS .....,. Richmond,
STUART LEE WILLIAMS ...... Richmond,
THOMAS NELSON WILLIAMS , Richmond
MARK S. WILLING, IR. ....., Mount Holly
CHARLES FRANCIS WINGO Richmond
IULIAN OVERBY WINN ....... Keysville
EVANS YOUNG WYATT .... Camden, New jersey
ROY PAUL WYMBS ...... Fredericksburg, Virginia
ERICK FALK YARCHIN ..,.... Richmond, Virginia
KATHLEEN ABERNATHY ..... Richmond, Virginia
LUCIA ALLEN ADAIR ........ Richmond, Virginia
LUCY BURKE ALLEN ...,.... Richmond, Virginia
MARION FRANCES BADENOCH, Richmond, Virginia
JOANNE BARLOW .......,,.., Richmond, Virginia
EUNICE VIRGINIA BASS ...,.... Ettrick, Virginia
JEAN CLARDY BEEKS ........ Richmond, Virginia
MARTHA BELLE BEVERLEY .. Richmond, Virginia
JANE ELIZABETH BLAKE ..... Richmond, Virginia
FRANCES CLAUDIA CALISCH . . Richmond, Virginia
AIDA L. CHRISTIANSEN Whitestiine, New York
EUGENIA MACON CLAIBORNE Forest, Virginia
ROSALIE GORDON CLARY .. Dumbarton, Virginia
EVELYN MAE CLIFTON ...... Richmond, Virginia
CLARINE T. CUNNINGHAM .. . Richmond, Virginia
DOROTHY AMELIA DILL ..... Richmond, Virginia
RUTH FARLEY ............
ETHNE C. FLANNAGAN
EMMY S. FOUNTAIN ......
ELEANOR ANNE FRANK
KATHRYN S. GILLELAN
SARA TRIMBLE GOODE
JEAN SIMONE GRANT .
STELLA LOUISE HALL .
BERNICE S. HARGROVE
. . . Richmond, Virginia
, . . Richmond, Virginia
Princess Anne, Virginia
. . Petersburg, Virginia
Jersey City, New Jersey
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . Richmond, Virginia
MARY DUANE HOFFMAN . Forest Hills, New York
ROSELLEN HOFFMAN Newport News, Virginia
FRANCES MOZELLE HOOD ..,. Richmond, Virginia
HARRIETT WYLLY HOWE .... Richmond, Virginia
DAGMAR F. JACOBSEN .... Brown's Store, Virginia
LAURA VIRGINIA JENKINS .. Yonkers, New York
MIRIAM ALLENE JONES ...... Richmond, Virginia
LILLIAN HENRIETTA JUNG . Brooklyn, New York
MARGARET DORA KALAJIAN . Richmond, Virginia
ELSA MARIE KEUFFEL .... Weehawken, New Jersey
JANICE LOUISE LANE ........ Richmond, Virginia
CHRISTINE O. LAWSON .. White Stone, Virginia
ETHEL LEVINE ......... . . . Richmond, Virginia
EVELYN MCAULEY .......... Richmond, Virginia
LUCY ELLEN MCDONOUGH .. Richmond, Virginia
BETTY E. MACMURTRY ..... Beverly, Massachusetts
KATHERINE M. MAHOOD , Princeton, West Virginia
-IAYNE MARIE MAIRE ....... Dumbarton, Virginia
VIRGINIA RANDOLPH MAYO . Scottsville, Virginia
ADA DOROTHY MOSS ......., Richmond, Virginia
DOROTHY INIOTLEY .,,......, Richmond, Virginia
GRACE MARGUERITE NORRIS . Richmond, Virginia
BETTY SPICER NORWOOD . . . . Shanghai, China
NORMA LOUISE PALMER ..... Richmond, Virginia
MILDRED ETHEL PARKER . Richmond, Virginia
VIRGINIA ELVISE PARKER . Emporia, Virginia
PHYLLIS L. PARSLEY ......... Richmond, Virginia
ANN ROSEMOND PAVEY . Richmond, Virginia
BETTY ANN PETZINGER . . Portsmouth, Virginia
ELIZABETH LAVERNE PRIDDY . Richmond, Virginia
DOROTHY BELLE QUINN . Richmond, Virginia
ELLA SUE RITCHIE ...... Petersburg, Virginia
ANN BEVERLEY ROBEY . . . Richmond, Virginia
VIRGINIA E. ROBINSON .. Petersburg, Virginia
HANNAH RYLAND .. Univ. Richmond, Virginia
VIRGINIA ANNE SAUER .,.... Richmond, Virginia
MARY GRACE SCHERER . . . Richmond, Virginia
BETTY MAY SESSLER ..... Richmond, Virginia
ANNE HOLLADAY SHAFER Richmond, Virginia
ROSE LOUISE SHEFFIELD ....... Suffolk, Virginia
ALICE GRAY SIMPSON Fredericksburg, Virginia
MILDRED VIRGINIA SLAVIN . . Richmond, Virginia
ANNE KATHLEEN SMITH ......,. Crewe, Virginia
MARIA MAY THAYER ....... Richmond, Virginia
AUDREY THURSTON . . . . . Richmond, Virginia
JANE ANN TOMPKINS . Richfield Springs, New York
EMMA BEE WALDROP ....... Richmond, Virginia
ANNIE LOIE WALKER . . . . . . Richmond, Virginia
ROSALIE CELIA WANT . . . . . Richmond, Virginia
ESTHER WENDLING ..,. .... S nyder, New York
JANE WHITNER ........., Hickory, North
LILA RICHARDSON WICKER . Richmond,
FRANCES SUSETTE WILLIAMS . Richmond,
MARY PEGRAM WILSON ..... Rushmere,
MARY ANNE WINN .......,. Richmond,
GENE RAGLAND WOODFIN .. Richmond,
NZ., . ,
fi: I , .x.x .Q ve- s ,
x M5 563 39.-sv' 7 5 F 25. s
W sf' ff . ff if
gg ff M .
X . se 4: .4 ,
mx., . ,
. - -.W ,tc '
44 'sf + 5 f. . M
Dinner is served.
2-They also serve.
3-Music lmtb clmrnls.
Biologists take skeleton out of closet.
---uV65flJt11iII7f0lI kitchen police.
-Scientists in the making.
Cwtlllgllic II III! ll'l? T65 .
Off the gnzsy'
, Jr nf-
f A. , E
A , M i ?.
f. ' ,fvwxgv dn my Q ., ' . - I 4- ., , X ,
i.5,j:1,:,. Lx-5 , j g vw V' X ,J ,, lQ'5,:t ' 1 I-V ' it-'iff , It tl 1' A 558,
1. Y" .W Hx ,X f 13:-.,": ,J ff2,,5',f L A AJ' ,A..:'l '4 ff' Q," mix' ' Af ,1 - - - 'N
3335i .E 4 - if
f 54 ,E
. 5 YA AW' ,
+ :I - M 1 Q" V
1. H: , . N - ,, V i U ., -
. Q e" . V Y' K
X g ,wdrwk sl
., , , Q .
W, P kg
fd ,g X
,X ,M M ,.
Q f '
Left, f0l7-1276519112611 play, too.
Left, boffom--Have you voted, frcfsbnzan?
ERE HMAN CLASS
ONCE MORE THE NPINE-CLAD HILLS" of Alma
Mater were looking down on a new Freshman
Class. It was the beginning of Orientation Week
in September, 1959, and a new class was just set-
ting out to learn of the customs, activities, rules,
and organizations of the University of Richmond.
Physical and mental exams of all kinds were taken.
Lectures, discussions, and sermons were listened
Another Freshman memory of that premature
"Hell Week" at Richmond College was the mighty
striving and straining of the various fraternities
to give him a better time than the others. This occu-
pation was appropriately called "rushing" Every
"rat" came close to being torn to pieces many times
as he stepped from the Playhouse door.
On the Wfesthampton side of our fair Univer-
sity, the sister "rats" were receiving their "big
sistersf, The attempt was made to keep them in
their place by the worldly Sophomores and each
"rat" was given a card with her name inscribed
upon it. Also, a set of rules and regulations had
been prescribed which were religiously ob-
served by all.
The dreaded Vigilante Committee was soon
functioning with deadly precision in cleaning out
the 'Rat Trap and administering justice to those
requiring it at Richmond College.
RICHMOND ERESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS. LEFT TO
RIGHT: john Byrd, Serrefarjn' Mike Floyd, TI'FrZ.IlIl'6I'.' Dick
Owens, Artizzg Pre.ria'e111,' Bob Erickson, Semzlor.
And then one night in early October an innocent
pedestrian was knocked down and trampled upon
by a stream of gaudily clad figures carrying torches
and running all over creation. It was the Pajama
Parade. After the entertainment put on by the
"rats,,' they faced the Sophomores in a bag light.
The riot which ensued was horrible to behold.
They say the "rats" won, but some are doubtful
to this day. The Richmond Rat Parade before the
Citadel game was another highly successful affair
run off without a hitch by the rats' only "friends,"
Proclamation time had come on the other side
of the lake and at last the rats were rats no longer.
In the impressive Candlelight Service presented
by the Y.W.C.A. and the Senior Class, the girls
were formally received as members of the Col-
lege. The traditional tree-planting ceremony was
another event of importance. The class gave twelve
pink dogwood trees which were set around the
new Student Activities Building as well as several
clumps of the wisteria vine.
The year is all over now, and the members of
the Class of 19-15 are beginning at last to realize
their love for our Alma Mater, and they are look-
ing forward through what seems to be countless
ages to the day when they will don the cap and
gown and leave her "pine-clad hillsl' forever.
' V .t .af E S 5 '
XXZESTHAMPTON FRESHMAN OFFICERS. LEFT TO RIQHT:
Barbara Lewis, 1JnfriJwzl.' Dolores Stockberger, Tl'cfr1f!ll'Ul'.'
Althea johnson. I'fri-'-Puarm'tf1.'fJ Lillian Emerson, Scr1'vf.z1'j'.
CHARLES LAYNE ADAMS ..... Richmond,
VANCE QUENTIN ALVIS .... ..... S abot,
EDWARD HOLMAN AMOS .... Richmond,
GEORGE THOMAS ASBELL ..
ROSCOE SEASE AULL .......... Washington, D. C.
JOHN WARREN BAIN .... White Plains, New York
IVON RAY BAKER ............. Norfolk,
BEVERLY EDWIN BALLARD .... Suffolk,
WILLIAM THORNTON BAREFORD Ozeana
JAMES HAMILTON BARNES .... Warsaw,
JAMES HARMON BARNETT .. Richmond
WILLIAM TITUS BEACHY ....
REINHARD A. BERNSTEIN
EDGAR MALLORY BINNS ..
WILLIAM S. BLOUNT
CARL RICHARD BOGESE
WILLIAM E. BRISTOW ......
SAMUEL SKINNER BRITT ..
ARTHUR HENRY BROWN, JR.
ROWLAND HARVEY BURNS
New York, New ork
. . Roanoke, Virginia
. Washington, D. C.
. Hopewell, Virginia
West Point, Virginia
. Abingdon, Virginia
. . Lebanon, Virginia
WILLARD WHITE BURTON .. Richmond, Virginia
JOHN ABBOTT BYRD .......... Parksley, Virginia
AUBREY SNEAD CAMDEN .. .. Chatham, Virginia
MARVIN FREDERICK COLE .. Richmond, Virginia
FRANK STUART COVEY ...... Richmond, Virginia
ROBERT RITCHIE CRAWFORD . Richmond Virginia
WILLIAM C. CUNNINGHAM . Richmond Virginia
HENRY ADDISON DALTON . . Richmond, Virginia
JOHN HENRY DALTON ..... . . Norfolk, Virginia
ALLAN THORNTON DAVIS . .. Chatham, Virginia
WILLIAM FRANKLIN DAVIS .. Blantons
JOHN LEWIS DECKER ........ Richmond
FITCHETT TROWER DIX ,...... Eastville
ROBERT E. LEE EDWARDS ....... Fleeton,
CHARLES BINGLEY EINSTEIN .... Ellerson,
FLETCHER LEIGH ELMORE .... Alberton, Viirginia
ROBERT ERICKSON ........ Jamestown, New York
JULIAN STROTHER FANT ..... Culpeper, Virginia
ROBERT WILLIAM FENLON .... Washington, D. C.
JERRY JEWETT FIELD ........ Richmond, Virginia
ROBERT JAMES FILER ......... Richmond, Virginia
JOHN ROBERT FITZGERALD, Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania
JOSEPH A. FORTUNATO .... Montclair, New Jersey
RAY BEADLES FOX ...... . ...... Holland,
RALPH W. FRANKLIN ,... Fredericksburg,
IVAN GRAHAM FREED
GUY RAYMOND FRIDDELL
DOBERT DANIEL GANO . .
JACK GARRENTON .......
JOHN LEFEBVRE GAYLE , .
ROBERT O'KENNON GILL ,
. . . Errrick,
HAROLD TENCH GOYNE, JR. . ..
HENRY CLAY GREGORY ......
JOHN EDWARD GRIGG ......
JERRY GROSS ,........ . . .
WALTER WIGHTMAN HADEN ...... Fife,
MICHAEL HARMAN ..........
ROBERT M. HATHAWAY. . .Pleasantville, New York
WILLIAM W. HERMANN ...... Pitman, New Jersey
DON F. HIGGENBOTHAM, Bridgeport, West Virginia
JOHN CABELL HORSLEY ......
DONALD W. H. HOWE ......
RUPERT STANLEY HUGHES, JR.
WALES B. INGRAM, JR. ....... i
ALEXANDER SAMUEL JACOBS,
CECIL FRANKLIN JONES ......
GILBERT BERTRAND JONES. ..
JAMES BRUCE KELLISON ......
WALTER HARRY KESSLER ....
HUGH L. KEYSER ....... ..,.
WILLIAM SEMPLE KIRK ......
RICHARD H. KRAFT ..........
LESTER LAVYNE .............
JOHN STEVEN LAWRENCE ....
ROBERT SPENCER LAWRENCE.
HUNTER T. LEAKE .,.........
IRWIN HERBERT LEVENSON..
STUART DAVID LEVENSON. ..
WILLIAM CLIFFORD MALLERY,
JACK H. MANLY .......,....
Syracuse, New York
TED TUCKER MARTIN ,........ Towson, Maryland
SAMUEL D. MCCAMMON, JR. .. Richmond, Virginia
WILLIAM A. MACKENZIE .... Roadstown, New Jersey
SAMUEL LEE MCCLAREN ........ Summit, Virginia
WILLIAM H. METZER, JR. .... Richmond, Virginia
JOE BERNARD MICHAELSON .. Richmond
STEPHEN L. MITCHELL, JR, .. Martinsville,
RICHARD BAXTER NICHOLS .. Richmond,
EDWARD TAYLOR OVERTON ,. Halifax,
RICHARD CLEMENT OWEN .... Norfolk,
WARREN MAXWELL PACE . Bloomfield, New Jersey
ROBERT E. PALMER .........i. Arlington
I-IORACE EUGENE PERKINS . . . Richmond, Virginia
WARREN GRAYSON PIERCE . . Petersburg, Virginia
OSCAR AUGUST POHLIG ..... Richmond, Virginia
JAMES ANDREW REMINE, JR. . Richmond, Virginia
STRAUGHAN S. RICHARDSON, JR., Lilian, Virginia
WILLIAM C. ROBERTSON ...... Oilville, Virginia
FRANK L. ROSE .,............. Windsor, Virginia
GEORGE WILLIAM SADLER . . . Richmond, Virginia
DANIEL JOSEPH SASMOR ...... Bronx, New York
DAVE E. SATTERFIELD. III .... Richmond Virginia
CHARLES ALMAE SAUNDERS
JOHNSON A. SCHOOLS .....,.
WILBER MAXTON SHEAFFER
HARRY L. SNEAD, JR.
PHILIP SPAHN .........
EMMET LESLIE SPENCE
WALTER FRANKLIN STORY
CHARLES B. VALENTINE, JR. ..
ELMO JENKINS VOGT .......,
HARVEY M. WALTHALL ..
HARRY EARL WATKINS ..
JOHN BENJAMIN WATKINS ..
STANLEY S. WATTS ..........
EDGE FRANCIS WHEELER ....
FRANK CHURCHILL WIATT
WILLIAM B. WILKINSON .....
A. GORDON WILLIS, JR. ....... I
SAMUEL GARLAND WILLS
EVELYN LARUE ALLEN
VIRGINIA ALSTON ........
CHARLOTTE RUTH ATKINS
ANNE CAROLYN BABB
MARJORIE L. BEARD .....
FRANCES BEAZLEY .... .
ELIZABETH M. BLAIR .,..
REBA MAE BOOKER ......
JEAN WILLIAMS BOWERS .
. ...... Iver,
ELLEN R. BUTTERXWORTH .. Butterworth,
BEATRICE LOUISE CARDOZO .. Richmond,
FAY DALTON CARPENTER .. Brightwood,
ANN BOLLING CHAMBLISS Rawlings,
MILDRED C. CHRISTIAN
MARY LEE CLARY .....
MARJORIE W. CLEMENTS
ALISON LOUISE COOPER
KALIMA DALTON .....
BETTY JO DANIEL ......
MARY ESTHER DERRING ,.
. Charlotte, North
DORIS MENGER DISNEY. . . Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
LOIS CATHERINE DORSEY
MARY CORNELIA ELDER
MARY LILLIAN EMERSON ..,.
VIRGINIA LEE FIGG .....
EVELYN SELMA FLAX
DORIS ANNE FORD ...,......
AUDREY LISTER FOSTER . ..
BARBARA FULLER ........ Hilton Village
LELIA N. GARDENER . .. Henderson, North
FRANCES E. GRIGSBY ..,.....
MARYANNE HALLMARK . . .
JUNE PHILLIPS HARGROVE
SARAH LAVINIA HAYES .....
HELEN REED I-IERRINK . ..
ALICE JUNE HEWITT . ..
. . Franklin,
JANE CANODY HILBISH ..... Piney River,
MARY ELIZABETH HOGAN ..,. Roanoke
SHIRLEY HUXTER ........... Richmond
RUTH BANCROFT IRVING . Charlottesville
ROSEMARY IVES ............. Richmond
HELEN JEFFRIES ,. Richmond
BETTY JEANICE JOHNSON ..... Parksley
MARGARET A. JOHNSTON . Harrisonburg,
KATHLEEN CARMEN JONES .. Richmond
VIRGINIA LEE JONES ........ Richmond
NELLIE M. KESHISHAN, Port Washington, New York
ROSE WARE KOLTUKIAN .,.. Richmond, Virginia
BARBARA YOUNG KRUG ,... Richmond, Virginia
PEGGY JEANNE KYLE ........ Richmond, Virginia
EVIE CHAMBERS LAWSON .... Richmond, Virginia
BARBARA JEANNE LEWIS .... Richmond, Virginia
LUCILLE JEAN LEWIS ....
MARTHA LOUISE MEADOR .... Roanoke
MINNIE FLOURINE NUCKOLS . Richmond
ANN TALIFERRO OAKES .... Winchester
RUTH MARGUERITE PHILLIPS, Waverly
. . . . Flushing, New York
LELIA BONDURANT PIERCE .. Richmond, Virginia
PRISCILLA HALE POTEAT
JEAN CLAIRE PRICE .....
MILDRED C. ROBERTS ..
PHYLLIS ANNE ROBERTS
JANE LEE ROUDABUSH .........
LOWAITA LEE ROWLAND .
GERALDINE SCOTT .....
MARY GENE SHELBY
MARGARET C. SHELTON ...... Hanover,
GEORGIE ISABELLE SIMPSON . Winchester,
SALLIE WAVERLY SNEAD ,..... Chester
JEAN CORRINE SPENCE ...... Arlington,
. . . . . Brookneal,
MARGUERITE SHELL . . . . Lawrenceville,
. . . Chester, Pennsylvania
. . . . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . . . Richmond, Virginia
. . . . Richmond, Virginia
DOLORES R. STOCKBERGER . Fort Wayne, Indiana
RUTH THOMPSON .. Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts
VIRGINIA MURRAY THOMPSON . Stuart, Virginia
EUGENIA CRUMP THOMPSON .... Stuart, Virginia
ANNE BYRD TUCKER ........ Richmond, Virginia
MARY HOLCOMBE TURNER . Blackstone, Virginia
KATHLEEN K. WEBER . . . College Point, New York
LEONE E. WICKLUND ...... Rochester, Minnesota
LOUISE ELLYSON WILEY .... Richmond,
ANNE CLAIRE WILLIAMS ...... Norfolk
KATHLEEN LEIGH WILLIAMS . Culpeper,
MAXINE NUNALLY WILLIAMS, Richmond
JONSY ERNESTINE WINGFIELD . Naruna
, ' h
. W , 0 A Q f.A-' 5.
., ' I ' ' :M A
gg- U. up 4, A
Az J -
'Wir L -
. 1 Q
. ' ' x
1 5' , U xx
,v K ,
40 LA CDO 1940
f . 1 1 ax. Q H
1 A Wil' i 1 24 Swv ,Q kg
'fs A KMWHYW Nw ,. '
' is ' if 3,
3 . A .,
Q R ,W
- W- .
4 ms.. .
1 , Q A Ng Q- 0
S 1 V2 '
. .,, ,Q 1 ,
N' ' 2 4 fa.. : . .
ix fkf g If I "
' Y l Hel , w',,,,,,-ww
1, , x
, Q Q I
Q' , if X. ,,
lun-Wh 'fs H -fx Tw, f
" 1 1 X by 4 x
M-sv' ' ,gfz ' .
, If Q
, - ,X L gg,
,f ' f' Q
. M5 Q4 'Q
5 My K? 51
fi' v Af .A . y
1 , 5' .: Al . . N s Vg? ..,.
W A V 15 1 sig 6 ' V7 'V " . -f' X N ' 4 .
22? was K' . if it , is ' A
1 A Q 5 5
.4 ' 1115 ' fi
K Svawsw N.. Q.
. .-...mv , .S
, ,. , l , 5.,
T , 1 Y
,,i-,f?ruaf..?s- M .4 .
. 1 Q t
,g A I , 1 i'
Q 1-I ' -fa , i ' N' '
' 'I QP' ' ,Myif . 7 '32 G ' M
? ,1 v f f ,f 4 N ,J fn. W
Ev 1' x . f X in 1
if 'va - A' 3 f' ,A ' ' ' 3 2 'h 4'
-Qfgj? N. , Q f if' -V ' a ,
, M , ,Mg , X 7 , f M5 .
E Y ir - , . f
Y , fy, 'sl V 3 , , J, , frm f
Q 1 'V , M' 1' . W.
, i if xl ' Q, Q- 5
x wee: , -'f'?2i5w.x, X , 1 f- 2. ?
Q -U "' :' ' ' , .fi f " '
71- " film: ,Q -- ." .fl 'J f f' W 41 -
. 2'-'iqbiv ' nf' -'fi .4.Vf'f'-?'.
. ' li' l"l1," '
'I ' A 514,
' 41' 'fi V.,
5 V "K I'
' 5 VI I 1 , is , .I ,F t
Q . r 'J
I -yy gy Iam,
..gI -t ,. '
. - wa
. L 7:
I I ' 1
I "-:LW V
I ' ' " -- S
- " J ,
l ' is...
I .la .
I ' Q
Y QQ? ' I if .
I I ' ' 4
I L A i f
' "K-N 5
1 I 1' l
, . ' , 1'
R 6 A Z f Ii! 1 'iz I
- r Ib
V A 1 V ' I-'N' J n I-
. - I 1 ' - -L N I
1 Q , , ' 'A V 1 r- 'A P:
,Ab A l- V , v
I . 4 ' '
. - ' , I.
. Y, Ig
f ' I
, :V Y Q
5' hr I ,:,I
.. in J .
I . ' I ' J Im
TUDE T BAR
WHEN THE GHOSTS OF LAW SCHOOL pleasures
haunt the mansions of the mind there comes to the
front immediately-the Ufziverrity of Rirhmoud
Stzmfezzr Bar. Quite a re-
cent innovation in stu-
dent life here, this organ-
ization has already begun
to assume such propor-
tions in importance that
there is a wonder why the
likes of it were not in ex-
istence before the fall of
Replacing the "Student
tion" which was the origi-
nal student self-governing body here and which
was organized years ago largely through the efforts
of our illustrious Dean M.R.D., the Slzzdefzf Bm' is
patterned after the Virginia State Bar and the Vir-
ginia State Bar Association, the leading legal
groups of the Commonwealth. Whereas the now
obsolete SGA followed the time honored theory of
balance of powers between judicial, legislative,
and executive, the new constitution-which in the
student elections was adapted with but one dissent-
ing vote, now accredited to a possible remaining,
ever-hopeful member of the defunct "Ryland po-
litical faction" which died a natural death last year
-places the vast weight of power in a council,
part in executive officers, still less in a court. The
attempt is to change the entire emphasis of student
life toward more pre-professional standards.
Headed by blond, potentatous William Shake-
speare Goode who hails
from the mountains of A
Clifton Forge, a move-
ment early last summer
took the initiative to
change the student gov-
ernment to a form which
aims as stated in the new
constitution, "to mold the
student mind into chan-
nels of thought" appro-
priate to future member-
TWilliam Goode, Preiidezzf
Hamill jones, S6t'I'Ef.1l"j'
ship in the profession, "to teach a consideration of
individual honor and integrity as essentials of the
legal profession," and "to promote a spirit of mu-
tual fellowship" among
its members. Aided by
the ever willing assist-
ance of Dean Doubles,
the old Senate, the pres-
ent Council, drew the
final draft of a work
which has since received
compliments from some
of the highest of legal
sources. SZIIJEIIZ' Bm'
membership is comprised
of active, associate, and
honorary classes. The active members are the stu-
dents. Associate membership is made up of the
faculty and those interested alumni who have made
application. Honorary members are any other per-
sons associated with the legal profession who shall
have been elected into membership by the Council.
Membership is divided into three judicial cir-
cuits and from each of these circuits is elected one-
third ftwo membersj of the Council. In the write-
ups under the individual pictures on the following
pages, these circuits are noted. The Council, in
which is vested most of the power of the Bar, makes
laws, ratihes appointments to the court, sets the
amount of dues, allocates funds, calls elections,
promulgates canons of student ethics, recommends
publications representatives, and exercises neces-
sary powers to: flj cultivate and advance the sci-
ence of jurisprudence, Qj encourage better educa-
tion for profession mem-
bership, QQ promote a
spirit of cordiality and
brotherhood among mem-
bers, and uphold and
elevate standards of hon-
or, integrity, and courtesy
of the profession. The
first person to preside
over such a Council is
"vice Abe" Staples,
whose rules of parlia-
Abram Staples, Vive-Premlefzf
Frank jordan, jr., 7i1'L'.I.llll'C'l'
coUNc1L. LEFT TO Rioili: Williarn P. Becker, john B. Boaiwfigm.
E. Parker Brown, john C. Hutt, Ara Langdon Long, Hugh R. Ross.
mentary procedure are far from the nature of a lost
art. Not the least of the Council powers is the ap-
pointment of the Grievance Committee. This com-
mittee consists of three persons, one from each ju-
dicial circuit, and investigates complaints of un-
ethical conduct on the part of members, prosecut-
ing the more serious charges before the Court.
The Court consists of five justices appointed by
the president, confirmed by the Council. Serious
violations of ethics and points of constitutionality
of laws are within jurisdiction of the court. For
the session now ending the court was "chief-jus-
ticed" by james William QMcNeillj Fletcher, who
has enjoyed the privileged concurrence of "Sam,"
"Flash," "Bud," and "Snake" U
In early May of eachtyear the annual meeting of
the Smdem' Bm' is held at which time various re-
ports are presented to full membership, and new
officers for the ensuing year take oaths.
Not all of the activities of the Stzzdezel Bar are of
so serious a nature as those elucidated upon this far.
fOn the other hand the word "bar" in the title is
by all means to be distinguished from any lay use
of the word.j It being felt that a student can many
times do his best when facilities for mild recreation
are close at hand, the Sfl!6lI6lZf Bm' maintains a
GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE. LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Y. Cridlin, J. W. Pcarsall,
R. S. Gibson.
STUDENT BAR COURT. LEFT TO RIGHT: J. W. Gordon, jr., W. R. Blandford, gl. W. Fletcher, Chief !!lliffr'K,'
E. Nunnini, E. W. McCaul.
recreation room in the basement of the school.
Therein are pool and card tables, lounging furni-
ture. Daily papers are furnished and the room is
equipped with radio. "Professor" Becker and his
assistant Flavius have done remarkable jobs in im-
proving the pool shooting of the entire student
body in this department.
A series of formal dances and a series of informal
smokers are also sponsored by the Sfzzdezzt Bm' with
an object of improving fellowship among students,
faculty, and alumni. The aspired results are gen-
erally had. Speakers are brought to the school
under its sponsorship and much has been gained
by the embryonic legal mind from these talks on
topics of current interest in the judicial field.
No account of this year's activities would be com-
plete without mention of Law Editor Parker Brown
who gave the school one of its two tropical days
experienced during the january-February cold
spell, by importing a heat wave in form of a photog-
rapher's representative who talked over problems
of retouching with the boys. The other warm spell
came during the mid-winter exam in Smither's
"The Great A 85: P," when Columbia Annex played
host to a "fireman's holiday."
All in all the session has been quite eventful in
this "integral part of the University" and no doubt
many fine judges and lawyers will be reminiscent
in years to come by pointing to the following pic-
tures with a "Yes, junior, that's your Pop!"
C ass of 1940
WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS AD SUBJICIENDUM
To the Hmmmfzfe F1'cJv1'2i'ff U". Bor1Izz'1'jgXvf. P1'6'.l'flf6llf nf five Ulljl'C'1',l'ff'1'
YOUR PETITIONIERS, the members of the Senior Class of the University
of Richmond Law School, respectfully show that they are unlawfully im-
prisoned, detained, confined, and restrained of their liberty by M. Ray
Doubles, Dean of the University of Richmond Law School, and Frances
Farmer, Keeper and custodian of the records of said school, in the
City of Richmond, in the State of Virginia, that the imprisonment, de-
tention, confinement, and restraint are illegal, and that the illegality
thereof consists in this, to-wit: That the only pretext or cause of such de-
tention is examinations, formulated by the faculty and issued out of the
Dean's office of said school, which your petitioners were required to pass
successfully. This requirement, and each and every and all other divers
and sundry requirements, rules, regulations, standards, requisites and
conditions have been wholly, completely and satisfactorily complied
with. In restraining your petitioners liberty by withholding our Bachelor
of Law degrees, for which there is no authority of law or reason, your
petitioners will be greatly aggrieved, damaged and embarrassed, both
financially and socially, as a large sum of money has been invested to
make possible our purpose, and three long years of hard labor have
been diligently spent within well defined boundaries and under the rigid
supervision of the faculty.
Ignoring, now, the inan-made laws that our faculty has so nobly and
patiently drilled into our thick heads, we appeal to the laws of natural
justice, of fairness and equity. After our long struggle and valid efforts
to understand and master an aliquot part of the law and to solve the
problems that arise, some of which seem incomprehensible and have
caused many of your petitioners to fall by the wayside and have turned
others from carefree infants to aged adults, we plead, implore, beseech
and beg that no Haw be found that will detain us at this time on a
Wherefcure, your petitioners pray that a writ of habeas corpus ad
subjiciendum may be granted, directed to the said M. Ray Doubles, com-
manding him to appear before your honorable court and authorize the
granting of our Bachelor of Law degrees, as a symbol of our liberty, on
Commencement Day, june 11, 1940, and that the same be there de-
livered, and the petitioners be restored to their liberty.
THE SENIOR CLAss or 1940.
TUP: E. Parker Brown, Preridelzf.
CIENTLR: Moody Stallings, Vice-Piwidelzl
BoTToM: Books Shetter, SEH'Ef.1l"j'-TlAcQr1J'l1l61
ROBERT WATSON ARNOLD, JR.
Appliazzzf fm- LL.B. Degree
Wiishingttmn and Lee Universityg Phi Kup-
pa Sigmag Phi Delta Phig Member, Vir-
ginia State Burg First Circuit.
DOUGLAS WALTER BROWN, JR.
HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA
Applimfzl for LL.B. Degree
University of Virginiug Delta Phig McNeill
Law Societyg First Circuit.
WILLIAM PRITCHARD BECKER
BRAMWFLL, WEST VIRGINIA
fIf7lI7LLl11IIf for LLB. Degrc-'L'
B.S., Hampden-Sydney College1 Pi Kappa
Alphag Student Bar Council, '59-'img
Memher, Virginia State Burg First Circuit.
. I 'xx
WILLIAM RANDOLPH BLANDFORD
Ajvfffirxzrzf for LL.B. De'gre'e
Hainpclen-Sydney Collegeg Chi Phig Omi-
cron Delta Kuppag Student Bar Court,
'39-403 Member, Virginia State Burg First
One H IIIIJVEJ rum' One
JAMES WILLIAM FLETCHER
Applinzzzl for LL.B. Degree
University of Richmondg Phi Kappa Sig-
mag McNeill Law Society, Chancellor of
Exchequer, '59-'4Og President, Inter-
mediate Classg Law School Editor Col-
legian, '39-'4Of Student Bar Court, Chief
justice, 393403 Member, Virginia State
Barg Second Circuit.
One Hfzfzrherl and Tivo
DIULIAN NEWTON DOVELL
Applicrzlzf for LLB. Degree
Bridgewater College, First Circuit.
EDWARD PARKER BROWN
Afffwliruzzzf for LLB. Degree
I'5.A., University of Richmondg Phi Kappa
Sigmag Omicron Delta Kappag McNeill
lrtw Society, Vice-Chancellor, '59-'40, Pres-
ident, First Year Classg President, Senior
Classg Law School Business Manager, Web,
'58-'591 Law School Editor Web, '39-'40,
Treasurer, Student Government, '58-'39g
Student Bar Council, '39-V103 Member
Virginia State Barg First Circuit. '
ROSS SHACKELFORD GIBSON
P RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
Ajzpliftnzt f01'kLL.B. Degree
University of Richmond, Phi Kappa Sig-
ma, Student Bar Grievance Committee,
'39-40, Member, Virginia State Bar, Sec-
' ' ond'Circuit.
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE GOODE
CLIFTON FORGE, VIRGINIA
fljljlfiznzlzl for LL.B. Dtqqzu'
BS., Virginia Polytechnic Instituteg Omi-
cron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilong Sec-
retary, Student Government, '38-39, Presi-
dent, Student Bar, '39-'img Secretary. Boarfl
of Publications, '39-401 Member, Virginia
State Barg Second Circuit.
WILDMAN S. KINCHELOE, JR.
Apfllirtnzl for LL.B. Degree
B.A., University of Richmondg Phi Beta
Kappag McNeill Law Society, Honor
Court, '38-'39L Member, Virginia State
fljljlliawlf for LLB, Dt'grc'e
BS., University of Richmond, Secretary,
First Year Class, Secretary, Intermediate
Class, Member, Virginia State Barg Second
HAMILL DICE JONES
Appliranf for LL,B. Degree
B.A., Randolph-Macon Collegeg Phi Delta
Thetag Omicron Delta Kappag McNeill
Law Societyg Secretary, Student Bar, '39-
'40, Member, Virginia State Bar, Second
One Hnzzdred and Thret
JAMES LATINUS MCLEMORE, JR.
Applianzf for LL.B. Degree
Randolph-Macon Collegeg Phi Kappa Sig-
mag Phi Alpha Deltag Member, Virginia
One Hundred and Four
SADI JAMES MASE
Ajvjvlimzzf for LLB. Degree
Degree, University of Moscowg Former
Member of Dialectal Cummissitm of the
Russian Academy of Sciences.
ARA LANGDON LONG
PINE GROVE, WEST VIRGINIA
Ajlplimzzl for LL.B. Degree
West Virginia Universityg Phi Mug Stu
dent Bar Council, '59-'40, Member, Vir
ginia State Barg Second Circuit.
ELIO JOHN NANNINI
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Ajwjvlimzzf for LLB, Degree
AB., Duquesneg McNeill Law Societyg
Student Bar Court, '39-'40, Second Circuit
JOHN PERSHING SANDERS
Af7f7ljL'tIIlf for LL.B. Degree
University of Richmond, Theta Chig Mc-
Neill I-aw Society, Member, Virginia State
Barg Third Circuit.
MOODY EASON STALLINGS
Af7f71jfillZf for LL.B. Degree
Hampden-Sydney College: Kappa Alphag
Vice'Presiclent, First Year Classg Student
Senate, '38-'39: Vice-President, Senior
Classg Member, Virginia State Bar, Third
HENRY JEROME SCHRIEBERG
Apjvllrtnzl for LL.B. Degree
University of Richmonclg Phi Alpha, Stu-
dent Senate, '38-'591 Member, Virginia
BOOKS POORMAN SI-IETTER
fllhjvlirizzzf for LL.B. Degree
B.A., University of Richmondg Lambda
Chi Alphag McNeill Law Society, Chan-
cellor, '59-'-101 Secretary-Treasurer Senior
Classg Member, Virginia State Barg Third
One H1l1Idl'C3Lfr1lilf F1516
RANDOLPH WILEY TUCKER
NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA
Applimzzz for LL.B. Degree
Washington and Lee University: Phi Kap-
pa Psig Member, Virginia State Barg Third
One Hfnldretf .zmf Six
VUILLIAIVI DAVID TEMPLE
Ajvplifruzf for LL.B. Degree
Hampden-Sydney Collegeg Chi Phig Secre-
tary, Student Government, '37-'38g Vice-
President, Student Government, '38-'39
Member, Virginia State Bar.
ABRAIVI PENN STAPLES
,-iffpljiwzf for LLB. Degree
University of Richmondg McNeill Law So
cietyg Student Senate, '58-391 Vice-Presi
dent, Student Bur, '39-'40g Member, Vir
ginia State Bilrg Third Circuit.
Class of lQ4Ll
WE, THE CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-ONE, of
the University of Richmond Law School, in the City of Richmond,
being duly sworn upon oath, do depose and say as follows, to the
best of our knowledge and belief:
That on the Twelfth day of September, nineteen hundred and
thirty-eight we journeyed to Richmond and there enrolled in the
University of Richmond Law School. Throughout the ensuing
year we did pursue the law with diligence, though never seeming
to be able to pass it en masse. Then late in May we laid aside our
books and went home for the summer. The three months that fol-
lowed were given to reflection and when once again we met in
September there was a new spirit-indeed, a new approach.
Then did we let it be known to all that the Class of 1941, in the
exercise of its own untrammeled will, had determined the true
path of the legal heights. To us it had been shown that the way to
success consisted not in slavish devotion to the Law as a Goddess
of Books. For a year had we wooed and pursued her with the
ardour born of inspiration to find upon touching the train of her
garment that she, too, was of the world. Wlierefore it was resolved
that from thenceforth the ever-receding goal should be a practical
knowledge of the ways of our chosen Mistress.
And who can forget the by-ways into which our search has led
us that we might better use our learning on leaving these wisdom.-
steeped halls? True, our sallies into the outer world were not made
with a singleness of purpose that was complete. For some Police
Court Practice had a fatal fascination. Others sought the dignity
of the Supreme Court. For some the click of the pool balls was the
music of the Sirens. Gthers found the music of Murphy's fell more
sweetly on the ear.
january and examinations, however, brought us up with a start
and made us acutely aware that the pendulum had swung too far.
However we lost none of our members in the usual February
exodus. Perhaps this result was achieved by our splendid display
of the knowledge we had gleaned during the past four months,
perhaps as a result of the suspension of the automatic rule. But
which is the true reason is aspeculation into which this group does
not deem it wise to enter.
Now work is upon us again for with the Bar Exam ahead we
tread once more a narrow path-more serious, perhaps, but truly
more worldly wise.
TOP: Eugene McCaul, Preiidezzf.
CENTER: John Boatwright, Vice-Preiidelzf.
BOTTOM: John Wassom, S6'L'l'6fr7l'y-TI'6rZJ'lll'C'l'. l
One H IIIIHJFGJ .zmi Seven
JOHN B. BOATWRIGHT, JR.
B.A., University of Richmond, Phi Beta
Kappa, McNeill Law Societyg Secretary,
First Year Class: Vice-President, Interme-
diate Classg Student Bar Council, '59-'40,
THOMAS CULLEN CROUCH, JR
B. A., University of Richmond: Kappa Al'
phag McNeill Law Societyg First Circuit
MELVIN BURGESS GASKINS
Randolph-Macon Collegeg McNeill Law
Society: Second Circuit.
One Hwldred and Eight
LEROY EDWARDS BROWN, III
B.S., University of Virginiag Phi Kappa
Sigmag First Circuit.
MEREDITH EDWARD EVANS
Wake Forest College, Second Circuit.
JOHN CHAPMAN GOCHENOUR
SB., Harvard University, Second Circuit.
CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA
AB., West Virginia Universityg Sphinxg
Pi Lambda Phi, First Circuit.
JOHN CALHOUN EVERETT
SMITH FIELD, PENNSYLVANIA
AB., Pennsylvania State Collegeg Kappa
Sigmag First Circuit.
JAMES WADDELL GORDON, JR
BON AIR, VIRGINIA
B.A., Hampden-Sydney College: M.A.,
University of Virginia, Chi Phi, Omicron
Delta Kappag McNeill Law Societyg Presi-
dent, First Year Class: Student Bar Court,
'59-'40, First Year Law Prize, Second
CHARLES LYDON HARRELL, JR.
A.B., Randolph-Macon Collegeg Phi Kap-
pa Sigmag Omicron Delta Kappag Phi
Beta Kappa, McNeill Law Society, Vice-
President, First Year Class, Second Cir-
EUGENE WILLIAMSON MCCAUL
B.S., University of Richmondg Sigma Phi
Epsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa, McNeill
Law Society, President, Intermediate
Classg Student Bar Court, '39-'40, Law
School Business Manager, Web, '39-'40,
JOHN CLIFFORD HUTT
Virginia Polytechnic Instituteg Student
Bar Council, '39-'40, Second Circuit.
JOHN HENRY PEARSALL
B.S., Randolph-Macon Collegeg Theta
Kappa Nug Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi
Beta Kappag McNeill Law Societyg Stu-
dent Bar Grievance Committee, '59-403
FRANK HERBERT JORDAN, JR.
B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Instituteg Mc-
Neill Law Societyg Treasurer Student
Bar. '39-'4og Third Circuit.
HUGH RUDASILL ROSS
B.S., University of Richmond, Phi Delta
Omega, Student Bar Council, '39-'40,
GILBERT ROSCOE SWINK, JR. JOHN T. WASSOM, JR.
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA XWYTHEVILLE, VIRGINIA
A.B., Washingtcmn and Lee University, Bluefield Collegeg Secretary-Treasurer,
Tau Kappa Iota: Third Circuit. Intermediate Class, Third Circuit,
One Hl1llcZII'6oi and Nine
The Class of T942
WOULD THAT we courn sAY as Cxsar said: "We came, We saw,
We conquered." Such alas, is not the case-we came, we saw, we
This year began as most years do. We enrolled with high hopes
and great ambitions. Our first few weeks were pretty confusing,
and it was only when we attended the l'SmOker," meeting Our fellow
students and smoking free cigars, that our law career really ap-
pealed to us. The long days of Contracts, Torts and Crimes were
finally interrupted by our first Law School Dance, and from then
on we were properly authorized to say we were members of the
Law School. Now initiated, we again ploughed relentlessly through
our studies. Then came our first practice in taking examinations,
and we resolved forthwith to do better or else. fWe didn't know
what else, but it could have been no worse than the grades we
The merry chase went On. It was merry for the professors and a
chase for us. We had heretofores and whereupons, and the plaintiff
pleads while the defendant demurs from morning until night. Then
just as the light was beginning to break, came Christmas and the
holidays were upon us.
We came back to a different school. Everyone, even the seniors,
was studying to get ready for examinations. And get ready we did
and we took the exams. But on this long journey, sad to relate, some
of our members dropped from the scene and we were forced to go
On without them. When the smoke had cleared away we found
that none Of the survivors were badly damaged, and with several
additions to our group we determinedly resumed our fight with
the law. t
Many are the outstanding gentlemen Of our class. Among them
the old "ledge" and the "Bold Barristerl' must take their places in
our memories as loyal lawyers. There, too, will be the sixth and
one-half Baronet, whom we shall never forget as the true historian
of England, America, and the Confederate States of America. There
also were the boys from the backwoods and many Others Of great
and sterling worth, but space does not allow their naming other
than as good fellows and loyal companions.
Above all, we wish to thank the members of the second and third
year classes, and particularly President William S. Goode, for their
help in guiding us in studious ways.
THE CLAss OF 1942 fWe Hopej.
TOP! Neal Patten, Preridenf.
CIENTIERI Thomas W. Isbell, jr., Vive-P1'efide12f
BOTTOM: L. Shields Parsons, jr., Serrehzry-Trefzfznex
One Hlf1I1Jl'L'ffr'7llzf Ten
NEAL JOSEPH PATTEN
Newport News, Virginia
Beckley, West Virginia
JOSEPH DELSAEDO POLINO
Fairmount, West Virginia
LEONARD S. PRICE
New Castle, Virginia
JOSEPH TYNN SAVAGE, JR.
GEORGE MUSE SHIELDS
STOCKTON HITH TYLER
FLAVIUS BURFOOT WALKER
JAMES ERROLL WHEELER
WILLIAM REAMES YEATTS
HUGH PARKER YOUNG
BERNARD EDWARD BAKER
HERMAN LEWIS CHENAULT
ERNEST LEE COPLEY, Ja.
CLYDE YEAMANS CRIDLIN
FRANCISCO ANDRE'S GIL
Aiborlito, Puerto Rico
LESLIE CHARLES HALL
HENRY S. HATHAWAY
White Stone. Virginia
TI-IOINIAS WINN ISBELL, JR.
LIGON LEE JONES
FRANCIS BYRON PARKER
LESTER SHIELDS PARSONS, Ja
MCNEILL LAW SOCIETY
Decllczuecl tw thc memwrv Ol.1Xal1cr Scutt Rl 'X ll tlus Swmety has as xts twotulcl purpme the I'6COgl1ltlOl1 Of cllllgence and C1lSt1l1C11O
tl tl ll ltl H ttl ll l ttl l t t Jlttyfftl kbJtJt
t l l l tl l I l l J t
10 S UC 5' U EIXY, Zllll 10 U Cflllg H IUSC XY'lU IEIYC 161110119 T21 GL SHCI 111 C'l't'S , H11 U1
Till S, I't'St'll1'C 1, 11111 16 f1SC11SS11ll1 tl CQIH LUCS
Fl'df7'6.l' in faczzlfazfe
DOI' 11111 OI' UI' 161' WOI' 5' JE11' 1C1 Ja 1O
M. RAY DOUBLES RALPH CATTERALL WILLIAM T. MUSE WESTWOOD SMITHERS
Fmfres in rollegio
BOOKS P. SHETTER, Cf ,.,,,1Q film' T. C. CROUCH, JR. E. W. MCCAUL
E. PARKER BROWN, w...CA 1,,,,Q .ffm MELVIN E. OASIONS ELIO J. NANNINI
JAMES W. ELETCHER, jfgj5i7jjggJ,. JAMES W. GORDON, JR. JOHN W. PEARSALL
JOHN E. BOATWRIGHT C. LYOON HARRELL, JR. JOHN P. SANDERS
W. D. BROWN HAMILL D. JONES A. P. STAPLES, JR.
FRANK H. JORDAN
GEOROE T. TAYLOR
Winner Of Charles G. Norman Award.
One H!IlI6lI'6a!r1lILf Tzwelve
WILDMAN S. KINCHELOE
Winner of Walter Scott McNeill Award
tr A-ll Ll
02 ' 3
A . , .
if ' ' 4
2- Y 'lg I .J I'
. 'ii gs
xhxx 0 Q.
VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD. LEFT TO RIOHT, FRONT ROW: Powers, Dickinson, Burge, Bragg, Hoskins, Merrick,
Faris, Van Buskirk, Sinar, and Robinson. SECOND ROW: Coach Pitt, and Coach Thistlethwaite. THIRD ROW: Bowen, Mack,
Amrhein, T. Bingham, Resch, Keil, Shackleford, Fitzhugh, Wfholey, Cash, and Terry. FOURTH ROW: Butcher, Knipe. FIFTH
ROW: L. Bingham, ReMine, C. Moore, Milling, Collins, Hurnbert, jones, McVay, Robertson, Frohbose, Baker, Fitzgerald,
A. Moore. SIXTH ROW: Caylor, Tl'6r1,f1ll'6l', Aflvfefic A.r,fm'iizli012,' and R. Moore, Aldlhlgcjlt.
i O O T BALL
LED BY CAPTAIN ED MERRICK, the University of
Richmondis 1939 football team compiled one of
the best records in the athletic history of the insti-
tution. When the last contest on the ten-game
schedule was written into the books, the Spider
record showed seven victories, two ties and only
one defeat for the 1959 Season.
Only by the slimmest of margins were the
Spiders robbed of the distinction of being the only
undefeated team in University of Richmond his-
tory. A backheld, riddled by injuries, spelled the
difference, and the William and Mary Indians eked
out a one-touchdown victory in the tenth and final
5 if , ,E ,,,, ,
' " 1 I' , , ff, N.
gfzmgit , , at I 'A .V , - iff , v
5.:iyu:Wqsa?'r RH. 3 fy! I A , , m I
2,11s,3tig3,yx5 J 1 , ,E if , K .L 5,
, G up I , My '51, -I .Mx 5,33 QC... , M, ,I
, f2 ,i ,,fig5, ., I ..
I J L, - ' - 5 i w s g ff:
4,is'l,,A. M, .gg ,z ,Q.,9?ig,x-i,.,, 1, . ,X
I gl, Sf' 5 ' V- -", ' w Hg. '. 4 If .,.,'1!,,:1 1
,yg akffy 'd i 4 Q Q VL, - 1,
,5. ,,e4X,j!rl: A ' j.f!", . ff. 1
V ,za A
: 1 ,, ar tx?-'-"3 '4-5 -ia ,, R, , V w ie 2
95 SYS ' wggj ,- i ii, U i 2' m.gfgiv,g,f-4, -V X? ,
:la s I fi: xlfg,fw.i -- -ssiaiyw
fm-f"w ffw -w , F-.'1xI,i it ai' ',-,5,g1.'.ii,gR
., : p s . ,, .ilfwwm r xiii ,QEQV-11337 ,pig 5185.
g ,jf ,Q '. MR Qw 1 W X 'tg i'
Q r pain, uk., X.
One Hzmdred um! Thfl'f66ll
game of the season. Edwin joel Merrick, gained
for himself a permanent place among the Spider
football immortals by his brilliant play at center
and his great abilities as a leader. Together with
Bill Burge, senior end, Merrick gained further
honors by being selected on the ALL-STATE team.
A week later it was announced that Merrick had
also been selected on the ALL-SOUTHERN team.
RICHMOND 57-APPRENTICE ScHooL 0
The Spiders opened the season by trouncing the
Shipbuilders, 57 to O. Arthur jones, brilliant half-
back, was the first to score, crossing the goal in the
Bill Burge snagged a pass from jones to set up
another score, this time by fullback Eddie Bragg,
Bill Robinson '
who plowed through the line for the second tally.
Alec Moore fired a pass to Bill Burge that was good
for another score. After a long run by Moore, Bill
Fitzhugh plunged through for the Spiders' fourth
Moose Faris, substituting at center for Merrick,
intercepted a pass in the fourth quarter and scam-
pered 54 yards to the goal. The honor of scoring
the last touchdown went to jack Powers, who ran
back a punt to the two-yard line and then took it
across on the next play. Lem Fitzgerald added the
only extra point of the game.
R1cHMoNo 26-RANDOLPH-MACON 0
The Richmond gridders added the Yellow
jackets of Randolph-Macon to their victory list, by
burying them under a 26 to O score. In the first half,
One H1lllLfl'Ed and FUIIIYEEII
Alec Moore and jack Powers alternated in carrying
the ball to the two-yard line, and from that point
Powers took it over for the score. Burge added the
extra point, making it 7 to 0.
After the intermission, jones, behind beautiful
blocking, swept around end for 47 yards. Two
short gains by jones and Powers and a pass to Burge
set it up for jones to dive through the middle for
the second tally. In the same period, Stukie Hos-
kins, on a beautiful reverse around end crossed the
goal standing up, after a great run of 54 yards.
jones made the extra point, making it 20 to O. The
recovery of a fumble by Bill Terry preceded a final
tally by jones. A
The defensive stars of the game were Merrick at
center, Hal McVay at tackle and Enders Dickinson
R1cHMoND 7-WASHINGTON 8: LEE O
The Spider machine almost struck a snag at
Lexington, but a stubborn defense and a spec-
A . " 5,5-are .
ffifiif .2 I-.-f
5,5-3 J., t, e'v".d.i-Q ' A ge' -WV. 'vis' + 2' .Hr
ix, vid:-fa, ffts' " f 1 ef waesxsig-g.is'7f"f,
15aw1Zf5w .rw T- ,..,Lf:rm 4'-V 'rf 1' if -Q
T, Q . wx , -V , . - L, F, ,
'.fsa5Z5i'.?,59- 1ia.il?95,1gf'x'5iQ.? 1 L"4".SBi,Hl . A
'ff f -Pb'f"x. ff' '.,,s4,- '--if' -., We ' ' 213 ?
gfwaf 3.1-.ia-.5 -5 a , .Q was-,,, .v-,Q.g3fQ1gf,:,
..::.Q-"4if5:i,'. . Jegynfrf 'ff' L1 fn' ei. R-:Gin W .aa-
tacular third period offense spelled victory for the
Richmonders by a 7 to O margin. After playing a
purely defensive game in the first half, the Spiders
came back after the second half whistle to com-
pletely turn the tables on the bewildered Generals.
It was the Moore to Burge combination that led
the Spiders to their winning touchdown. The
Richmonders began to move with a 25-yard pass by
Moore that was snagged by Burge on the Generals'
21-yard line. Two plays later Moore shot a low
aerial to Burge, who fell over the goal with the ball
safely tucked away. Moore's placement was good
and the Spiders led, 7 to 0.
RIcHMoND 6-RUTGERs 6
Never willing to accept defeat, the old Rich-
mond fighting spirit brought the Spiders from be-
hind in the closing minutes of the ball game at
New Brunswick, New jersey to tie the heavy
5T'fv51:.'Pfe. -xl-fl.fffL'if'1'-W I
s . ,., . I ,
Bruce Van Buskirk
Rutgers eleven, 6 to 6. Greatly outweighed by the
men of Rutgers, the entire Spider team played a
brilliant, hard-fought game.
After playing the heavy Scarlet team to a stale-
mate for more than three and a half quarters, the
Richmonders saw the Northerners push across a
heart-breaking touchdown in the last three minutes
of the game, to go out in front, 6 to O. The score
was made by the aerial route.
Captain Merrick then called a huddle and gave
the boys a pep talk. With about a minute and a half
to go, Rutgers kicked off. Moore, taking it on his
ten, moved ten yards up the left side of the field.
Then he reversed to Arthur jones, who set sail for
the right side of the field and was finally stopped
on the 46-yard line. Moore then tossed a pass to
jones on the Rutgers forty. Three Spider passes
then fell incomplete, time was almost out, and it
was last down for the Red and Blue.
While the small band of Richmond supporters
eyed the clock anxiously, the Spiders came out of
their huddle and up to the line of scrimmage. jones
then snagged a pretty pass from Moore on the
Rutgers ten and raced over the goal, unmolested,
tying the score at 6-all. The try for the extra point
was blocked, and the game was over.
Captain Merrick and Hal McVay were power-
houses in the line, and were important factors in
Richmond's moral victory.
R1cHMoND 21-GETTYsBURG O
The Spiders bounced back into the win column
the following week, when they downed the Gettys-
burg Bullets at the City Stadium, 21 to O.
The first quarter was seesaw affair with neither
side making any serious threats. Following a punt
return to midfield, jones completed a pass to Dick
Humbert that was good for 20 yards. Alec Moore
then sliced through tackle and broke into the clear,
racing 28 yards for a touchdown. Moore converted.
Two minutes later, Humbert gathered in a pass
from Moore on the twenty and dashed over for
another tally. A 55-yard smash through center by
Stukie Hoskins had set up the scoring play. Moore
again converted. Ned Butcher scored the final tally,
One I'I!llld'I'Ec!i1llolI Fifteen
catching a pass in the end zone from jones. Bill
Burge made the extra point.
RICHMOND 19-THE CITADEL 0
Displaying an air-tight defense against the
highly respected aerial attack of the visitors, the
Spiders turned back the Citadel eleven I9 to O. The
the Keydet five-yard line before they were stopped.
A few minutes later Stukie Hoskins tried a field
goal that was wide by about a foot.
Once in the third period and again in the last,
great work of the Spider line, with Merrick and
sophomore Bert Milling doing an outstanding job,
resulted in a complete failure of the Soldiers' pass-
Richmond turned the tables on the Citadellians
by taking to the air for their first score, a pass from
Moore to Burge in the end zone. The conversion
was good. In the third quarter Ned Butcher inter-
cepted a pass and galloped 60 yards to score.
Hoskins accounted for the third tally with a 13-
yard dash through center.
Butcher was the outstanding ground gainer,
getting 78 yards in eight tries.
RICHMOND I0-VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE 0
Witli the state title hanging in the balance, the
Spiders and the Keydets of VMI struggled up and
down the field for four scoreless quarters before
the final gun sounded, ending one of the most im-
portant games in the state. Despite the pouring rain
that fell during a greater portion of the game, an
overflow crowd of 11000, the second largest in
Spider football history, watched the battle.
Due to the rain the dangerous passing attack of
the Spiders was bogged down, and the slippery
ground prevented anything but straight football.
In the first period the Richrnonders penetrated to
One Hmzdrerf rzml Sixleefz
the VMI captain called for a field goal. The try
from the twenty-five was blocked by Bill Burge,
and a second attempt was very short. In the sea of
mud the fast running backs of both teams were
unable to break away and passing was out ofthe
Bill Burge played one of the outstanding games
of his career at left end for the Spiders. He broke
up every play that came his way, and on the end
sweeps he cut in behind the interference to smear
the ball carrier consistently. Less than three yards
were gained around his end all day. The entire
Richmond line came in for the highest praise.
RICHMOND 13-V.P.I. O
For the benefit of the Gobblers the aerial attack
of the Spiders was demonstrated in all its effective-
ness, and, when the air raid was over, the Rich-
monders had collected two touchdowns and an
extra point to win, 13 to 0.
Burge, rapidly taking a place among the state's
leading scorers, was on the receiving end of both
touchdown passes. Setting up the first score, Dick
Humbert recovered a VPI fumble on their 33-yard
line. Hoskins picked up twelve yards. Moore then
faded back and shot a high pass to Burge who took
it on the three and went over for six points. Hos-
In the final period, Gordon ReMine, a sopho-
more back, got 14 yards on two end sweeps. jones
then fired another high pass to Burge, who took it
between two Gobblers on the seven and scampered
over the goal.
A serious VPI threat was stopped when Burge
recovered a Gobbler fumble on our 15. In the
backfield Hoskins, for his ground-gaining, and
jones, for his perfect punting, were outstanding.
RICHMOND 26-HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 7
Scoring four touchdowns in the first half, the
Red and Blue gridders took the Hampden-Sydney
Tigers in stride and administered a 26 to 7 defeat.
Early in the first period, jones let fly a pass that
was deflected into the arms of Gordon ReMine
who scored. Stu Hoskins converted. One minute
passed and then jones returned a Tiger punt 60
yards for another six-pointer. Still another tally was
added in this period, when Burge, rushing the pass-
er, managed to hit the ball and, after juggling it a
moment set sail for the goal, making a 55-yard run,
The fourth tally came in the second quarter and
was provided by Coach Thistlethwaite's midget
backs. Sonny Wholey passed to Lem Fitzgerald on
the five, and it was no trouble at all.
R1cHMoND O-WILLIAM AND MARX' 7
With a good portion of their backlield, either
out with injuries or hobbling about on one good
leg, the Spiders lacked the necessary punch to push
over a touchdown and the Richmonders went down
in defeat before a scrappy Indian team, 7 to 0.
Jones, star halfback, was out with a leg injury,
as was also Eddie Bragg, blocking back. Ned
Butcher, another dependable back, had a bad leg.
Three times the Spiders penetrated within the six-
yard line of the Indians, but the climax plays did
not develop, and the thrust was stopped.
After the half the Indians took the ball and drove
down the field to a touchdown, never losing pos-
session. jimmy Howard scored, Matthews con-
verted, and the Spiders were trailing in their last
game of the season.
Seven points behind, the Richmonders threat-
ened once again, when Bill Burge took a long pass
from Moore and lateraled to Sonny Wholey, who
was downed on the Indian eight. The Spiders again
could not generate the spark to put it over.
With the end of the William 8: Mary game came
the end of the college football careers of ten Rich-
mond seniors. They are Ed Merrick, Bill Burge,
Bill Robinson, Stuart Hoskins, Enders Dickinson,
Ed Sinar, Wilson Faris, Ed Bragg, Bruce Van Bus-
kirk and jack Powers.
One Hf11m'f'ed.111J Serezifc II
, ' I 1. . if .l
T551 ' !f4'2f'.,,.f
A ,V xv. .Q if , ,:,gffi,ig lf J ,g A, .sig MW5W:k.-.,fM V - A Q ,. L A Z
Vi.. M f 'fmffbi' .,,..f1fk mm. X " file.. M '-I " 'li fx x --N ' ' - I
' f 'fx-' gf? gl.-,H w wi' 'Q..:'4,' ,z A w ' 1. 4 2, ' . 1 ,
Anvyilati,-jx.. iw tugs ini'-j:..,i:jl WTA. P NXRM M14 Y A , ,. ,, I f .ig t 7 4 . .1 - rv, , - .ff ,f""',.i,7.
wg,-k.af1SwQ1.sfy-fgfwm-2 ,ff,r.cx - 9 ' " . s'ff:e.f, .- Q ff . .. 'Mw'faf.fw f. . ' 'f ' ' ' . f fv
.L A Q., - -..J . . . ... ., .. . . , . . ,... . . f. , .gh gf. W1
' ' W -is fx' "
I. Alex fwooreq 2. Dave Robertson: 3. "Conde" Bowen: -I. "AYfie" lanes: 5. Bill FlfZl9llgl9,' 6. "Bull" MCVay,'
7. Cli111AIoorc.' 8. Ned BIlI'6'lJ67',' 9. Dick: Cash: 10. I0eMnrk.' 11. Bert Milling: 12. Gordon ReMi12e,' 13. Lem
Fitzgerald: I-I. "Sonny" Wfboley: 15. Dirk Hllmberf.
BASKETBALL. LIZFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Humbert, Stoneburner, Burge, Captain Hoskins, Ely, Bragg, and jones.
BACK ROW: Coach Pitt, Alexander, Cash, Crisman, Pitt, and Manager jenkins.
Coach Malcolm U. Pitt
UNDER THE LEADERSHIP of Captain Stukie Hos-
kins, Coach Pitt's 1939-40 basketball squad com-
piled a better than average record, Winning eleven
games and dropping only five in their regular
schedule. The Spiders finished third in the state rat-
ings, trailing Washington and Lee and Virginia,
both of whom suffered losses at the hands of the
Pittmen. At the close of the season the Pittmen
found themselves in seventh place in the Southern
Conference standings, which automatically gave
them a berth in the annual tournament at Raleigh.
In the pairings for the Southern Conference
Tournament, the Spiders drew Wake Forest in the
opening game. After leading the Deacons for all
but four minutes of the game, the Pittmen saw
their Carolina opponents "get hot" and put on a
rally that defeated the Red and Blue by a -10 to 54
score. The Spiders played one of their best games
of the year and really put a smooth-working com-
bination on the boards.
In their opening game of the season, the Rich-
monders easily defeated the visiting Hampden-
Sydney live, 46 to 22, to begin their campaign in
fine style. Bill Burge and jimmy Ely starred for the
home team racking up 28 points between them.
Next victim on the list was Davidson whom the
Spiders narrowly defeated, 55 to 52, by virtue of
Captain Hoskins' last-second held goal. In their
last game before the Christmas holidays the Pitt-
men made it three straight with a smashing -I5 to
ll victory over the Yellow jackets. Burge was
high scorer in each ofthe three contests.
Getting back in action after the intermission,
Coach Pitt's aggregation met the vaunted Williani
8: Mary quint at Millhiser Gym and upheld the
tradition of winning on their home court by staving
off an Indian rally to come out on the big end of a
55 to 55 score. Burge was again high for the Spiders
with ten points and Seabury Stoneburner turned in
a good floor game. Going on the road for the first
time, the team seemed to miss the old Spider cheer-
ing section and played listless ball to lose by a
margin of 16 points, the score being 55 to 19. Two
substitutes, Arthur jones and Mac Pitt, jr. were
high for Richmond with six points each.
The Spiders snapped out of it the following
week, however, and trounced the Randolph-Macon
five at Ashland, 39 to 19, with Eddie Bragg and
Bill Burge leading the way. In the two games with
VPI the Richmonders were selfish, and refused to
give up either of them. The first encounter played
here was a thrilling nip and tuck game which the
Spiders finally won, -il to 59. In the last six seconds
of the game Eddie Bragg stole the ball from De-
Muro, Tech guard, and dribbled in for the lay-up
shot that was the margin of victory. Captain Hos-
kins and Dick Humbert were top men with 11
The second Gobbler game was the first in a four-
game series of out-of-town games for the Red and
Blue. Captain I-Ioskins sparked the team, tossing in
seven field goals for 14 points, to a well-earned 41
to 32 win. The following night the traveling Rich-
mond team played a return game with the Hamp-
den-Sydney Tigers, finding them a little harder to
beat this time, but finally gaining a five point vic-
tory, aided by Hoskins with 10 points and Ely with
Next on the schedule was the Lexington trip
which was all but disastrous to the Spiders' hopes
of winning a tournament berth. The first engage-
ment was lost to the VMI Keydets, 28 to 26, in a
seesaw affair. The only bright spot was the brilliant
showing of Dick Humbert, who led the scorers
Bragg, Ely, Captain Hoskins, Stoneburner, and Burge.
One ffllllcllftfif limi Tzzwzfy
with 13 points. The Pittmen were downed the fol-
lowing night by the Generals for their second loss
in a row, losing 37 to 23, in a fast game. The de-
feat was largely due to the efforts of W8zL's Dick
Pinck who managed to net 21 points before the
Returning home, the Richmonders scored an up-
set over the Virginia Cavaliers to the tune of 27 to
21. Burge regained his old form to lead the Spiders
with ten points. Although Humbert added 11
points to the cause, the Red and Blue quint could
not match the set shots of the William 81 Mary In-
dians in the next game, and lost this all-important
game by a 43 to 38 score. This defeat meant that the
Pittmen had to win their next two games in order to
gain a conference bid. The two teams to be played
were the Washington and Lee Generals, who were
already crowned state champions, and the VMI
With the pressure on, the Spiders went into the
W 8: L game to win, and win they did, staving off
a desperate rally in the closing minutes. Playing
one of their best games of the season, they main-
tained a comfortable lead and won handily, 32 to
26, advancing another notch toward Raleigh. After
the General win, the Spiders were unbeatable, and
the hapless Keydets were swamped under a 52 to
21 landslide. Arthur jones figured prominently in
the scoring, accounting for 13 points, and Coach
Pitt used every man on the bench in the walkaway.
This victory cinched a conference bid for the
Spiders, putting them in seventh place in the
ratings. In their last contest on the regular schedule
the Pittmen lost to an inspired Cavalier team at
Charlottesville, 36 to 20.
Ricnmond Hampden-Sydney ..
Richmond Davidson .......
Ricnmond Randolph-Macon . . .
Richmond William and Mary .
Richmond Maryland .........
Richmond Randolph-Macon . . .
Ricamond V. P. I. ....... .
Richmond V. P. I. ......... .
Ricnmond V. M. I. ......... .
Ricumond Washington and Lee
Ricamond Virginia ..........
Richmond William and Mary .
Ricnmond Washington and Lee
Ricamond V. M. I. ......... .
Ricnmond Virginia ..........
Richmond Wake Forest . . .
Captain Stuart Hoskins
One Hzzfzdred .md Tu enfy out
BAc E BALL
STATE CHAMPIONS in Baseball for 1939! For the
fourth time in five years Coach Pitt came up with a
top-flight team that took the measure of every nine
in the state. Led by hard-hitting Captain jack San-
ford, the high-Hying Spiders swept through a six-
teen game schedule, winning fourteen and losing
Throughout the entire campaign, the pitching
duties were borne by a three-man staff, which
dwindled to two at the most crucial point in the
state race. The hard-working three were Starke
Jones, Porter Vaughan, and Ned Butcher. Butcher
suffered a case of appendicitis at Lexington near
the end of the season, and was lost to the team for
the rest of the year. A
One of the main highlights of a brilliant record
was Butcher's "no-hitter" against Yale. In this
game Ned struck out fourteen men and allowed no
hits to become the second Spider hurler to enter
baseball's Hall of Fame.
The early season form of the Spiders gave full
warning of the caliber of Coach Pitt,s 1959 entry.
Opening with Ohio University, the Pittmen gar-
nered their first two wins, 5-1 and 4-2. Jones and
Vaughan worked the first game, and together
they fanned ten and allowed four hits. In the sec-
ond game the Ohio team got eight scattered hits,
but the Spiders gave Butcher excellent backing and
he received credit for the win.
Facing Cornell the Spiders really put on the
pressure and swamped them under a fifteen-hit
barrage by a 14 to 2 score. Stukie Hoskins with
four and Captain Sanford with three hits led the
batting spree. In the same mood, the Spiders
opened their bid for the state crown, with an im-
pressive 21-O shellacking of the W 8: L Generals.
The game was ended in the eighth by agreement,
and when the smoke was cleared away the score-
book showed twenty hits for the Pittmen and two
for the visitors. Vaughan pitched a honey of a game
allowing only two scratch singles. Only five men
reached first base, and twelve went down swing-
The Spiders took time out from their state wars
to trounce the touring Yale nine, 11 to O. This was
Butcher's day, and he came through with a perfect
VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD. LEFT TO RIGHT, STANDINQ: Dodd. Martin, Vaughan. Jacobs, Sanford, Burge, Hoskins,
jones. Powers, Butcher, Coach Pitt, and Garber. KNELLINQ: Locke, Painter, and Grant.
One H1nzdreJ.z1zJ Tzvezzfy-Izzo
performance. Starting his first game for Coach
Pitt, he let the Yale men down without a single hit.
He also led the hitting with three for three.
In their next venture the Spiders lost a heart-
breaker to the Virginia Cavaliers by a one-run
margin. After pitching a beautiful game, Vaughan
saw it slip from his grasp when the Cavaliers
pushed across the winning run in the ninth inning.
Both pitchers allowed four hits.
The Richmonders jumped back into the win
column a few days later with a 10 to 6 victory over
VPI. Butcher fanned thirteen, and his mates gar-
nered ten hits to clinch the game. Hoskins, A. B.
Marchant and Wish Martin led the hitting. Rain
cancelled the Maryland contest, and the Pittmen
traveled to Blacksburg to defeat the Gobblers again
by a margin of 21 to 3. The undefeated Randolph-
Macon nine was the next Spider victim, falling be-
fore the slants of Porter Vaughan, who allowed
four hits, fanning sixteen. The Pittmen played
errorless ball to win 5 to O.
With Vaughan again on the mound, the Wil-
liam and Mary Indians went down in defeat, 8 to
3. Every player on the Spider squad got at least one
safe hit. Butcher, playing in the outfield, got three
for three, to lead the hitters. Traveling to Lexing-
ton, the Richmonders met and defeated the Key-
dets, 5-1. In what proved to be his last game, Ned
Butcher gave up five hits to get credit for the win.
It was after this game that Butcher suffered an ap-
pendectomy and was lost to the team.
The return game with Randolph-Macon de-
veloped into a pitcher's duel, which "Lefty',
Vaughan finally won, 5 to 2. He struck out twelve
and gave three hits. After the jackets had gone out
in front, Bill Burge tied it up at 2-2 with a mighty
home run with one man on the bases. Dodd scored
with the winning run, from third base, on an error.
The Maryland nine was next, and they gave the
visiting Pittmen an 8 to 5 beating. Going into the
eighth inning the Spiders had a one-run lead, which
disappeared before the Old Liners' five-run rally.
Captain jack Sanford was the leading hitter with
four for hve.
In an all-important title game, the Richmonders
were avenged for an early defeat, by downing the
Cavaliers at Charlottesville, behind the two-hit
pitching of Porter Vaughan. Catcher Hoskins
started the fireworks with the longest home run
One Hzzlzdred and Tzwezzfy-flv1'ee
ever seen on Lambeth Field. The ball was last seen
speeding through the weeds in center held. Toots
Garber, the Spider shortstop, played an outstand-
Captain jack Sanford
ing game. Vaughan and Sanford also walloped
home runs during the afternoon.
After knocking off the Keydets in a close 4-5
game, the Spiders were only one step away from
the state title, with the Indians being the only ob-
stacle. Going into the sixth inning of the William
and Mary game the Pittmen were trailing by four
runs due to miscues of the infield. However, the
State Champions regained their old form. and drove
across three runs in the sixth and seventh innings to
win, 6 to 5, clinching the title for 1939.
RlC.,'llllOIlCl Ohio State . . . 1
Richmond Ohio State ....... 2
Richmond Cornell ............. 2
Richmond Vifashington and Lee 0
Richmond Yale ............... O
Richmond Virginia ....... 2
Richmond V.P.I. ........... 6
Richmond Randolph-Macon . . O
Richmond Williain and Mary . . . 3
Richmond V.M.I. ........... 1
Richmond V.P.I. ........... 5
Richmond Randolph-Macon . 2
Richmond Maryland ....... 8
RlC.lH1OHd Virginia ......... O
Richmond V.M.I. ............. 3.
Richmond William and Mary . . . 5
One Hznzdred and Tzuezzty-fozzr
IN THE STATE MEET, in which the Spiders took
fourth place, Captain Morrison took an easy first
in the discus toss with a mark of 1-i0 feet 5 inches,
establishing a new school record. Sinar was a con-
sistent winner in the javelin event and also took
a first in the state meet. Another school record was
shattered in the Indian meet when McVay made a
heave of 4-1 feet 7Vz inches in the shotput.
Taking eight first places and tying for another
the Red and Blue harriers easily took their initial
meet on the schedule from the Hampden-Sydney
Tigers. With Bob Keil leading the way the Spiders
piled up an 8315 to 41215 margin over the visitors.
Keil took firsts in the high jump and high hurdles,
Morrison, in the shotput, Sinar, in the javelin, and
Bill ReMine, in the broad jump. In the running
events Afie jones, Arthur Wagner, and Bill Brauer
breasted the tape ahead of the pack winning the
century, 880, and -140 features.
The following week Keil again led the scoring
with double wins in the high jump and hurdles as
the Richmonders defeated the N. C. State tracksters
69 to 57. jones, ReMine, and Sinar again captured
their events, and Harold McVay placed first in the
shotput. Richmond's Herring and Holladay com-
bination tied for first in the two-mile run. Sinar's
mark of 190 feet, 2 inches was the day's highlight.
The Generals of Washington and Lee won
easily by a SOV3 to 4515 margin. Afie jones captured
the only first place in the running events, with a
time of 10.1 seconds in the 100 yard dash. McVay
in the shotput, Sinar in the javelin, and jack San-
ford in the discus accounted for the only other
Spider firsts of the day.
The following week Richmond bowed to the
VMI Keydets on a water-soaked track and a muddy
field. The final tally read 75-5X6 for the Keydets
and 51-U16 for the Red and Blue. Gene Peek took
his initial first place of the season with a victory
in the broad jump.
The William and Mary Indians wrote a rather
gloomy finish to the 1959 season with a surprising
68 to 58 victory on their home track. Evan Van
Leeuwen ran a beautiful race to take the mile run,
and Harold McVay made a record-break-heave of
441 feet, 71f3 inches to capture a first in the shotput.
VARSITY TRACK SQUAD. LEFT TO RIGHT, sTANo1No: Bass, AI.m.zger.' Phillips, Holladay, Keil, Sanford, Herring,
Wagner, Chapman, Fox, and Coach Thistlethwaite. SEATED: McVay, Sinar, Bragg, Van Leeuwen, ReMine, and Turkington.
One Hzrmfred tim! Tzvefzty-jiz'e
TENNIS TEAM. LITFT TO RIOHT: Manager Dickinson, Abernethy, Chapin, Wright, Captain Leitch, Shackelford,
McClure, and Donohue.
The Tennis eam
FINDING THE OPPOSITION well up on their back-
hand and forehand strokes, our tennis team last
spring won only seven out of fifteen matches. Yet
the brilliant play of Captain Bobby Leitch, who
later won the Richmond City Championship and
went to the semi-finals in both the State and South-
ern Conference Tournaments overshadowed the
playing of many of our opponents.
The season opened as March drew to a close
with the team on the road. In three days they
played Carolina at Chapel Hill where the mighty
Tar Heel net men whitewashed the Spiders 9-O,
Carolina State at Raleigh which Richmond took
5--2 in an exciting afternoon of tennis, and lastly
at Wake Forest where the Spider net men came
out on the large end of a 7-2 score.
A Dartmouth match was rained out here on
April lst, and two days later an invading Michi-
gan team took all nine matches. Albright bore the
brunt of the Spider fury after this defeat and went
down 6-5 before Leitch and Company on our
Um- Hffziilwll lim! 'l'11'a11!.i'-six
own courts in a match well-played by the Spiders.
April 15th found the Spiders in Washington
where G. W. handed them a 6-3 beating and the
next day offered no solace for at College Park the
boys went down 8-l. Maryland repaid the visit a
week later but our home courts only gave us two
more matches and Maryland counted her second
win over our team, 6-5.
William and Mary proved easy on their own
courts and lost eight out of nine matches. How-
ever, V.M.I. a few days later shadowed this vic-
tory by beating us 6-5 on our own courts.
May opened with 9-O scores over both William
and Mary and Wake Forest, but although we
played brilliantly against Duke and Virginia, they
were too much for us. The former won 6-3, the
On May 10th the tennis team closed its season
with a 7-2 win over the N. C. State here.
john Abernethy was elected captain for the
GOLF TEAM. LEFT TO RIGHT: Anderson, Grinnan, Coplen, Patton, Mr. Caylor, Cflr1t'f7.' Alexander.
L F Richmond NVQ
GOLF SCORES Richmond 6V3
Richmond 12 Alma College . . . . 6 Richmond 2
Boston College ..... . 9
Westerii Reserve . 6Vg
Virginia .............. llV3
Wfilliam and Mary. . . lllfg
Virginia .... . .......... 16
CHEER LEADERS. LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT Row: Courtney, Hobgood, Head Cheer Leader: Andrews.
BACK ROW: Davis, Willing, Garrenton.
One Hffmfred lewd Tzzwzly-.fe1'w1
CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD. LEFT TO RIGHT: Elliot, Capttzinq Taylor, Van Leeuwen, Phillips, Herring,
McNeely, Ma nager Gladding.
ross ountr rew
Richmond .io Washington and Lee 17 Washington and Lee, Asheville School for Boys
Richmond 25 William and Mary . . . . 38 American International.
Richmond 41 Virginia .......... . 17
Richmond 42 V.M.l. ............... 38 DEFEATED BY Rollins College, in Florida.
,,4 I f , ,. ,,, ' , E - ,
W K N -i , i ,,,,, g , , .
. n Q,
CREW. MSFT TU RIUHT: Baroody, Parrish, Brooks, Higginbotham, Knipe. Littler, Van Buskirk,
One Hzmdred and Tufezzfy-eiglyf
Captain jones, and Coxswain Bruno.
FRESI-IMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD. LIZFT TU RIGHT, IfIIIsT Row: Herman, Pace, McKenzie, Blount I-ltylcy lloyd
jacobs. SECOND Row: Strauss, Snead, Ingram, lfortunado, Evely, Perkins, Ingalls, Cate, and Smith THIRD Row
Coach Eenlon, Eenlon, Rosser, Decker, Boyette, Sasmor, Erickson, O'Bannon, Ingalls, Skecns Coich Kellison
Leif Q Look at the Recor
ERESHMAN BASKETBALL 1959 I0
R i ch monc
Randolph-Micon B Tc m
Wfilliam and Miry Norfolk
Eerrum junior Colle e
Fork Union Milittry ALILISITU
XXfilliam and Mlry Norfolk
Wfilliam and Mary Irosh
i igQRBg ala-RBA
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD. I.I2FT TU RIGHT, FRoNI' Row: Pace, Fitzgerald, licllison Wxtts Iicohs
Eant. STANDING: Eortunado, Story, O'Bannon, Thistlethwaite, Erickson, Binns, and Coich lenlon
One Hundred and Tu ezzty zmze
FRESHMAN BASEBALL SQUAD 119391. LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT Row: Giragosian Baker Wholey
Lefkowitz, and Grady. STANDING: Manager Long, Batton, Wlieeler, Pitt, Thomas, Mack Coach Fenlon
17 Williaim and Mary Extension. . .
Fredericksburg .... . ........ .
Benedictine ........ . ..... .
Fork Union . . .
Benedictine ........ . ....... .
Maury . .
5 Fork Union
Williarn and Mary Extension
Wasliington md Lee
Willirim and Mary
FRESHMAN TRACK SQUAD 419595. LEFT TO RIGHT, SIZATEDZ ReMine, Gwathmey Moore Peters
Kellum, and Miller. STANDING: Manager Bass, Frohbose, Griffin, Hall, and Coach Thistlethwaite
One H znzdretl and Thirfy
24-Sfeize in early azitumzz.
3-Pep rally before W'illiam and Mary game.
4-A sralped Indian lights our bonfire.
5 and 6-just before the battle.
8-Talking it over in the student sbop.
Westhamptoii Atliletio Association
THE FRESHMIEN WERE 1N'ri1oniicED to the Asso-
ciation and the spirit for which it stands at a picnic
lunch during orientation week, which was given in
place of the usual treasure hunt. In the fall, the
Association continued its drive for school spirit by
the presentation to the college of a set of "Gopher
Golphf' This novel sport, new on the campus, has
been at the disposal of the students throughout the
The year 1959--40 has been an outstanding one
for the Athletic Association of Wfesthampton Col-
lege. Under the leadership of Caroline Doyle, it
has fostered a program to build up the school spirit
of the College through the advancement of social
Two dances were sponsored with great success.
The annual Christmas dance closed the winter sea-
son, and the spring dance, given in honor of the
athletic captains, climaxed the spring season.
The achievement of greater school spirit was
brought out admirably in the annual Song Contest.
The junior class won a close victory this year in a
contest better than ever before.
As a part of the program to bring the athletic
departments of Westhampton and Richmond Col-
lege closer together, the Westhampton Athletic
Association sponsored two recreation nights which
were attended by letter winners and outstanding
class members of both schools.
The annual banquet for the old and new athletic
boards, team captains, and seal winners closed a
most successful year for the Athletic Association.
WESTHAMPTON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. l.l?FT TO iuuH'r, SliATliDI Gene Wooclnn, Twmii-
ilItz11.z,qer.' Miss Fanny Crenshaw, Afblclir lDireclm'.' Margaret Brittingham, Vice-Pre.iiJe12f.' Caroline
Doyle, P1'eiiJe1zl.' Mrs. Dallas Grubbs, A.i.i'i.i'f.z11f Di1'ecfm',' Allene jones, 7'i'ei1,i'm'ei'. STANDINU: Frances
Badenoch, Sc'l'l'L'frI1'Y'l'.' Mary Alice Smith, flI.z11.1'qer of Hncie,y.' Helen Dodd, fllizmzgei' of Thick. fNot in
picture are: Lucy Baird, B.zifefb.1!! ilI,z11.zgw',' and Reba Booker, A.igri.rl,111l illmzrzger of Ba.rkel!mfl.j
One Hundred and Tbirfy-fzco
HOCKEY TEAM. LEFT TO RIGHT, BACK ROW: Pricilla Poteat, Ann Evers, Elsa Keuffel, Frances Badknoch, Mary
Grace Scherer, Margaret Purcell, Margaret Forrer, Mrs. Dallas Grubbs, Comb: Georgia Philpott, Alice Gray Simpson,
Elizabeth Cardwell, Shirley Huxler, Helen Dodd, jean Miller, Ann Lois Walker. FRONT Row: Mary Alice Smith,
Lucy Baird, fCaptainj.
The Hooleey quad of Westhampton Colle e
THE SPIDERETTE VARSITY HOCKEY SQUAD round-
ed out the 1939 season with only two defeats
against their record. Miss Fanny C. Crenshaw,
coach, was replaced by Mrs. Grubbs, who did a
Hne piece of work in leading the Co-ord eleven.
With nine games on their schedule, the Red and
Blue aggregation came through with six wins, one
tie, and two defeats. Opening up the season by a
tilt with Thomas jefferson, the Co-ords showed
their urgent need of hard practice. From then on
to the State Tournament it was easy going for the
Spiderettes. Their teamwork improved, and in-
dividual stickwork and technique greatly profited
by the match games. Lucy Baird, speedy left wing,
was elected captain by the Westhampton stick-
The Virginia Hockey Tournament was held at
Williamsburg on November 3rd and 4th, and the
Co-ords competed in three match games. They
played the femmes from William and Mary Col-
lege, the Apples, and a team made up mostly of
players from Hollins. They won two of these tilts
but lost to the Indians by a -1-2 count. Smith, cen-
ter forward, was selected bythe judging committee
for the Virginia team which competed at the South-
eastern Tournament. This season was a long one
and the last game was played at Sweet Briar, De-
cember 9th, when the Spiderettes lost to their old
rivals 2-O, in one of the closest tilts ever played
with the strong Sweet Briar eleven.
1940 Hockey Scoiuzs
Vffesthampton 2 john Marshall 1
Wfesthampton 8 Collegiate . . . 1
XXfesthampton -1 Williaiii 8: Mary Extension O
NVesthampton 1 St. Catherine's 0
Westliaiiipton 2 Thomas jefferson . . . . . 2
Westliainptoii 2 Madison ..... 1
Westliainpton O Sweet Briar . . 2
Westliaiiiptoii 10 Alumni .... 1
One Hfnzdreal and Tlvirfy-lluee
One Hzzlldred mid Thirly-four
Spiderette Hockey Team in Action
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: Mary Owens,
Mary Alice Smith, Babe
Riley, Helen Dodd,
BACK ROW: Suzanne
Trussell, Margaret For-
rer, Margaret Purcell,
Jeannette Evans, Helen
Hill, Virginia Lee Ball.
SENIOR CLASS HOCKEY. FIRST ROW,
BOTTOM TO TOP: .lean Miller, Caroline
Doyle, Saddye Sykes, janet Gresham,
Doris Hargrove, Mildred Gustafson.
sECOND ROW, BOTTOM TO TOP: Georgia
Philport, Lucy Baird. THIRD ROW, BOT-
TOM TO TOP: Virginia Wfood, Margaret
Brinson, Eleanor Parsons, Vista Robin-
son, Dell Williiliiis, Virginia McLarin.
.L www? ,,,,
:N nge., , W . . - '
I S . " .- ...
va ,Q is V ' :Q , ' .
. L , .. A , 4
' Q . A , ' ,V WMA ., sm-.,f,..,- .. ., - . . u A Q 'A '
, . ' . ,J ,A W, ,, , . N. , ' , --nf ij M Q
+1 ' h v I y h v A "'wJ'F x
r' W ,,. -'M' Q. -' 'ff ' ' ,.,..,1'W?Q5a
.' . Y '-ww? r ' ' sw T A ,., ' ' 2, ,-
,, L, Ev .p
. Q .--wa
1' ' ' . f .fr 'A if ,1 a 2 fi fb'-
SOPHOMORE CLASS HOCKEY. LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT Row: Annie Lois Walker, Roselle Clary,
Mildred Parker, Anne Shafer, -lean Beeks. BACK ROW! Frances Badenoch, Elsa Keuffel, Anne Wood-
fin, Alice Grey Simpson, Bernice Hargrove, Allene jones, Frances Williams, Mary Pegram Wilson.
FRESI-IMAN CLASS HOCKEY. LEFT TO RIGHT: Priscilla Poteat, Louise Wiley, Georgia Simp-
son, Ann Evers, Shirley Huxter, Betty Blair, june Hewett, Evelyn Flax, June Hargrove, Tommy
Thompson, Evie Lawson.
One H znzdred and Tlmfy-.r2.x'
VARSITY BASKETBALL. LEFT TO RIGHT: Margaret Purcell, Elizabeth Cardwell, Georgia Philpott, Grace Thomp-
son, Evie Lawson, Dorothy Roberts, Caroline Doyle, Mary Alice Smith, Helen Dodd, Lucy Baird, Elsa Keuffel,
Frances Badenoch. BACK: Miss Fanny Crenshaw, Aflalefir Director.
n the Basketball Courts
WITH VICTORY THEIR KEYNOTE, the Westhamp-
ton court femmes completed the season with only
two defeats, one at the hands of the powerful Madi-
son College sextet and the other by Hopewell High
All four classes shared the honors with outstand-
ing players from each on the unusually large squad.
Co-captains Dot Roberts and Caroline Doyle led
the team through the season of nine games, sched-
uled by Manager Lucy Baird. Reba Booker was
Assistant Manager for the year.
The most gratifying victory was the win over
Blackstone which last year, by one point in the last
exciting minute of play, toppled the Co-ord bas-
keteers from the list of the unbeaten.
High-scoring honors go to Senior Lucy Baird,
closely followed by Tommy Thompson.
Letter winners were Baird, Doyle, Roberts,
Dodd, Smith, Cardwell, Keuffel, Badenoch, Law-
son, and Thompson.
Westhampton St. Margaret's
Westliampton Williarn and Miry Extension
Westhampton Blackstone ..
Westhampton Hopewell . . .
Westhampton Madison . . .
Westhampton St. Catherines
Sweet Briar .
One Hznzdrtd zzzd Tlvnfj rezezz
CLASS OF 1940 BASKETBALL. LIsFT TO RIGHT, FRONT Row: Maude Smith, Lucy Baird. sI2cgoNn
ROW: Maureen Fugate, Georgie Philpott, Dorothy Roberts. THIRD RCJWI Vista Robinson, Eleanor Par-
sons, Dell Willialms, -lean Miller.
CLASS OF 1941 BASKETBALL. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Alice Smith, Elizabeth Cardwell, Helen Dodd, A
Mary Owen, Margaret Purcell. FRONT: Mary Elizabeth Riley.
One H1lIlLf1'L9Ll.IlI4f Tlrirfy-:lille
CLASS OF 1942 BASKETBALL. LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Mildred Parker, Frances Badenoch,
Gene Woodlin, Allene jones. BACK ROW: Aida Christensen, Louise Hall, Elsa Keuffel.
One Hfnzdred um! Forly
CLASS OE 19-I5 BASKETBALL. LEFT TO RIOHT, FRONT ROW: Althen Johnston, Georgie Simpson,
Shirley Huxter. SIECONII ROW: Allison Cooper, Evie Lawson, Helen Ridgely. THIRD ROW: Reba
Booker, Grace Thompson.
IN SPITE or THE FACT that XVesthampton Col-
lege does not place great emphasis on track, quite
a number of Co-ords reported. Individual per-
formances were better than usual and track, at
least, to the students, was becoming more im-
Having only an intramural track meet at the
end of 1959 season instead of any dual meets, the
Co-ord cinder stars met up with some stiff compe-
tition before the winners came through.
Elsa Keuffel, '42, was individual high scorer
with 16 points, and the Class of '41 took the team
cup for their second straight win with 49 markers.
Letter winners were Keulfel, '42, Helen Dodd,
Kira Nicholsky, and Eleanor Kindell, '41, and
Winners in the meet events were as follows: 50
yard-Keuffelg 75 yard-Purcell, 100 yard-Fleet,
Hurdles-Keuffel, Hop, step, jump-Fleet, Shot-
put- Keuffelg High jump -- Staples, Basketball
throw-Philpottg Broad jump-Nicholsky, and
VARSITY TRACK. LEFT TO RIGHT: Kira Nicholsky Helen Dodd Eleanor Ixindell Elsi Ixeurfel
TENNIS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen Dodd, Elsa Keuffel, and Mary Alice Smith.
THE SPIDERETTE TENNIS TEAM started out the
varsity season with ladder play as a method to
select the position of a player for intercollegiate
competition. The ladder was made at random so
that the members of the squad had to play several
matches in advancing to the top of the list. A
player could challenge any of the two people
directly above her on the ladder.
The ladder method of play made team positions
subject to change at any time, and therefore all
players had to keep in top condition. This proved
an incentive for practice and steady improvement.
One Hmzdred am! Furfy-fzm
Helen Dodd, ,41, won out for the number one
position for her second year. Elsa Keuffel, '41,
played up to the second place, and Mary Alice
Smith, Dorothy Kyte, and Margaret Purcell, con-
stantly competed for third place.
Matches were played with Thomas jefferson,
john Marshall, Collegiate, and St. Catherines. Be-
sides these varsity matches, intramural competition
vvent on throughout the entire season.-
Reporting for practice were Keuffel, Dodd,
Trussell, Kyte, Purcell, Smith, Baird, McLarin,
Britt, Florance, Scherer, and Shafer.
THE WESTHAMPTON BLAZER is awarded to any
individual who has made her letter in any three
varsity sports. Thus recognition is given for un-
usual achievement and skill in athletics, 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 letters have been won.
Elsa Keuffel, '42, showed her athletic ability by
winning a blazer in four sports in her freshman
year. Other girls to win blazers in their freshman
year were Judy Florance and Helen Dodd. Blazer
owners are Helen Dodd, Judy Florance, Mollie
Fleet, and Elsa Keuffel.
SEAL WINNERS. LEFT: Dorothy Roberts,
RIGHT: Caroline Doyle.
J , 1
BLAZER WINNERS. sTANn1No: Elsa Keutfelg
SEATIYDZ Helen Dodd.
THE HONOR OF A FLANNEL SEAL is conferred,
each spring, on those members of the junior and
Senior classes who have shown the best sportsman-
ship in college life and the greatest leadership in
athletics. It is their cooperation and school spirit
that makes the games successful and enjoyable, and
because of their enthusiasm and interest in the
promotion of athletics, they are awarded the seal of
Westhampton College. This presentation is made
by the Athletic Association Board of the College.
Winners of the seals at the Athletic Association
banquet in May, 1959, were Marion Wiley, and
Kate Peterson, members of the Class of 1939, and
Caroline Doyle and Dorothy Roberts, members of
the Class of 19-10.
One Hzffzifzmf .zmf Iiuzrtry-flwee
Y Wim 6 MEN yi, V
1-Goalg 2 111143-OH the backbofzrdsg 4--Taclelef 5-Field goal. 6-Out at first. 7-Safe at home.
'Q , x
,jig L X my 'An
A W "?U35':5
K 'fi .V'w,.:.,qKf
'If' if ,
, Cam yn
xy, 3 ,,,,,,
. tx ,,, .
I II 1 -air
., . ,g,.,?
9 Y 'l""r
, lft, '
Q , I
ii .X h
af- ' Nf 't
4 B 61.7 -
I' V :"- I
5 K f .r I L Q ' . I 1-
V 1, Q'
' - an
5 . .
. W '. ,F '-,. - E I
A .l'-'ga' " :I :4 . .r l, ' I
- - - , -ig ,,
if f .
, O . lrks-A 5' 'B' Y V V J 5 5'
. A D .
. ,L - 1
, - I. vpn
J 'iw' Ni
- 1. - u - . ,-
, ,V f- a -.- -' .
. , . - --Y 0... - ,
' 'Vg i
W ' - 4 -t '
THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND has catalogued
its literary creations in the Mesfefzger for about
seventy-five years, at first as a cooperative work of
Mu Sigma Rho and Philologian Literary Socie-
ties, and later on as an independent organ of the
University. A review of its pages presents the work
of many who have later become famous as writers
-but always the magazine has depicted the trend
of thought contemporary to its publication.
The Meyfezzger is not a type magazine, as can
be seen from its contents this year: sports, fantasy,
humor, drama, history, religion, and the like, of-
fer opportunity for any creative literature which
B11 winery M.z11.z,ge1'
may be peculiar to various types of minds. This,
indeed, is its purpose.
This year's Mesrefzger incorporated the editorial
policy of previous years with two exceptions: it
would print no controversial material unless both
sides were given equal opportunity to present their
views. The staff felt that mere criticism was not
literature. Secondly, it sought to present stories
of fact concerning the college and its life which
would be of lasting interest and information to
the student body. A short biography of Dr. S. C.
Mitchell won unanimous praise from the entire
LEFT TO RIGHT: Walter Bass, Eflifnrf Stan Tutwiler, B1l.lijlI6.liJi lll4IlZJg6l'.' Owen Tate.
One Hznzdred Izmi Forly-ji1'e
FROM A TINY two-windowed room in the Play-
house building there comes each week with steady
regularity the ofhcial news organ of the Uni-
versity of Richmond Student Body, The Rich-
mofza' Collegifw. The year of 1959 marked the
twenty-fifth year that The Colfegimz had served
the campus faithfully in its capacity as a news-
paper and also as a training school for prospective
The CO!f6gTrllZ celebrated its twenty-fifth anni-
versary in the December 1st issue, although the
original date of publication was November 25,
1914. The anniversary issue reviewed the history
of the University and of the paper itself in a pan-
oramic view of each year,s activities. Its twelve
pages made it the largest issue, ever published by
The beginning of another terrible conflict "over
there" marked the year of 1959-40. The editors
of The Collegian recognized the latent danger
covering the whole earth by their always remind-
ing streamer "America must stay out of war!"
COLLEGIAN EDITORIAL STAFF. LITFT TO RIGHT: Paul Saunier, jr., A.f.fm'i,1fe Ef1'ifm'.' Bill Maner, lvfdlldgjlig
Ifififwy' Marie Keyser, Armslizzzf Ediforf John jordan, Edjfm'-iff-Chiefq Libbie johnson, ,fllnlmgizzg Editor: and joe
Wornom, Mlzmzgizzg Edifor.
One H!fllL!I'ELl tzmf Iiwly-.s'i.x'
COLLEGIAN BUSINESS STAFF. LEFT TO RIGHT: Leslie Phillips, Bibbs Johnston,
and james Baggs, Bmj11e.ri' ilfizmzger.
This battle-cry was always present except in the
never-to-be-forgotten April Fool issue when it
was changed to "Miss America must stay out of
the water!" The subtle humor of The C01-
legimz brain-trust was indeed exhibited at its best in
that copy. Another important event of the year was
the meeting of several hundred student journalists
at Richmond when the Pi Delta Epsilon conven-
tion was held at the University in the fall. Another
fine feature of The C olle giezzz year was the student
polls that were conducted to determine student
opinion on various matters. The students voted
against the Southern Conference Eligibility Blank
and they said that they thought the newly sug-
gested Quietus System was a good idea but "it
probably wouldn't workf'
The editorial policy was one of the finest in
scholastic journalistic circles. Symbolic of its wide-
awake attitude, The C olle giezh campaigned against
the Heller Bill. "Men of ability" were demanded
for the Richmond College Student Governmentg
the Senate was fired upon because of its seeming
laxityg strengthening of the Honor System was
recommendedg and many other needed reforms
such as a "CH average for all political office candi-
dates were backed. The verbal fireworks that had
flared over the Westhampton College Student
Activities Building and its facilities for dating
extended to the editorial columns of The C ol-
john E. jordan directed the activities and the
policies of the paper during the 1959-40 year from
his position as editor-in-chief. He was assisted by
the Editorial Board of eight and a staff of twenty-
five members. These thirty-four budding journal-
ists produced thirty-three issues of twelve hundred
copies each, and had them waiting in the Playhouse
for the crowds of students leaving each Friday's
JIMMIE Bfiocss .
One H7l1Il11'C9lfr1lIL! Fflrfjf-Je1'e12
This is the hundredth anniversary of the .Uni-
versity of Richmond. A century has passed since
our inconspicuous beginning at Lombardy and
Graceg and we, the editors looking backwards and
at the same time keeping a constant eye at the
future, feel that we have come a long way-and
that each year was a point nearer to a greater and
MILDRED C. BURNETTE
We have attempted to relate in this year's WEB
the history that our university has undergone: the
bright full and rich years of peace and advance-
mentg the dark and tragic years of war and destruc-
tiong and the good intermingled with the bad. We
have sought to record the progress that we have
made in the last century. The division pages this
year in accordance with our theme contain two pic-
EDITORIAL STAFF. LEFT TO RIGHT: Al Waddington, Sporty Edifory Mark Willing, Arfiylmzf
Etljforq Edmond Massie, Arvormfe Editor: Lou Farber, Edimr: Mildred Burnette, llveyflaazzzp-
1077 Editor: Parker Brown, Lau' 5619001 Ediforf and Murray Barr, Ayfofiafe Edilor.
One Hmldred and Forty-eight
WESTHAMPTON STAFF OF WEB. STANDING, LEFT TO
RIGHT: Kitty Crawford, Jeanette Evans. SEATED: Mildred
Burnette, Virginia McLarin.
tures, one depicting the old and the other depict-
ing the new. The idea here is to show through the
medium of photography something of the change
that we have undergone through the years. To each
who sees the pages a different story may be told
but underlying it all will be the fact that our ex-
periences here have formulated these stories for us.
We are deeply grateful to Miss Lucy Throck-
morton and Dr. Garnett Ryland for their help in
this particular phase of the annual.
Because this is 1940-the age of the camera, we
have doubled the amount of informal snapshots,
and lessened the amount of written material. We
are no longer concerned with the task of describing
scenes and eventsg we have no need for it. Instead
we present them. not as we think they are, but as
they really exist. Pictures do not lie-and we have
here preserved the memories of your college days
as they actually did occur.
And lastly, we have tried to make this your year
book. Not a year book that can belong to any year
and to any university or college, but rather one that
expresses without a doubt that it belongs to the
University of Richmond and to the year 1940.
We have dedicated this particular anniversary
annual to four scholars who have dedicated their
BUSINESS STAFF OF WEB. sTANDiNc., LEFT TO Rioi-iT:
Norman Brown, jane Aler, Ralph Kinsey. SEATED: Bob
Moore, Margaret Ligon, Conny Powell.
lives to the University. These men have largely
been responsible for the growth of our University,
and in this humble manner we have tried to ex-
press the appreciation felt by those of us who
really love the University of Richmond and them.
To the staff and to all the students of the Univer-
sity we wish to express our sincere appreciation
for their help in making this W'eI2 possible. With-
out your cooperation and interest we frankly admit
that our task would have been impossible.
One Hzzlzdred md Forty-nine
THE PAST YEAR has been one of advancement
and growth for the Forensic Council. The chief
instrument of this advancement was the new con-
stitution drawn up for the Council.
The new document, written by john jordan,
chairman of the Council, changed the size and
make-up of the group as well as redefining its
duties and making more concrete its aims. The
new arrangement provides closer control over the
three literary societies as one of its features.
As in the past the forensic leaders sponsored
and backed the Inter-Literary-Society Debates in
the spring. There was also the Oratorical Speak-
ing Contest held in the form of a group of after-
dinner speeches following the Forensic Council
Banquet at Ewart's Cafeteria. The Council.also
took the lead in organizing Forensic Contests in
several local high schools.
DEBATE TEAM. LEFT TO RIGHT: Edgar Mullins
Arendall, Royall Brandis, Daniel Nathan Brock,
Frank Connor, john Laws Decker, Straughan Lowe
Gettier, john Emory Jordan, William Thomas Rich,
Gilbert Siegal, Debate Mn1mger.' Theodore Turner,
Thomas Emmett Warriner, Jr., Chauncey Welton.
One Hlfmlreu' and Fifty
FORENSIC COUNCIL. L'EFT TO RIGHT: Royall
Brandis, Thomas Henry Bruno, Louis Richard Far-
ber, Henry Garnett, G. Douglas Haddock, john
Emory jordan, P1'ei'ide'12t.' George Edmond Mas-
sie, III, Thomas Pugh, Gilbert Siegal, Evan Balfour
Van Leeuwen, Samuel joseph Wornom, jr.
THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND has grown dur-
ing the past year and not the least part of its
growth is the finer and more polished debate team
turned out during the past months. Gilbert Siegel,
manager of debate, has guided the team through
a large group of sharply contested debates in a
well-planned forensic program.
The team completed a long southern trip visit-
ing Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North
Carolina as well as a trip through the State, debat-
ing both men's and women's colleges. All of the
debates were non-decision and so no winning or
losing percentage is available, but it is safe to say
that all those individuals who took part came out
on the winning side of the ledger. There is no
finer training for thinking and speaking than de-
Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society
MU SIGMA RHO LITERARY SOCIETY. LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Ankers, Ray Baker, XX'illiam Bareford, H.
Barnett, M. M. Barr, Shelton T. Belsches, William B. Beville, Allen Davis, W. Davis, Fletcher Elmore, Louis R.
Farber, Preyidenf, 2nd Semester, Straughan Lowe Gettier, O. G. Gilbert, Gilmer, W. Grant, N. B. Habel, Walter
Haden, Paul Harell, Leland Higginbotham, Emmett L. Hubbard, Robert Keil, john H. Loche, Mann T. Lowry, Dick
Marable, A. McKinsey, Alvin H. Miller, Irvin K. Owen, Richard Owen, Robert M. Phillips, Harvey B. Price,
T. Pugh, Pl'6J'jti6l7f. lst Semester, Russell Rea, Robert A. Rhodes, Donald K. Robertson, Lee Saunders, A. H. St.
Clair, Walter Story, Taylor, Harding L. Thomas, Evan B. Van Leeuwen, B. H. Weston, T. White, Mark S. Willing,
Evans Y. Wfyatt.
One Hlnzdred and Fiffy-one
S. Nlitehell Literary
THE SOCIETY WAS FOUNDED IN 1950 by a group
of town students who were unable to attend the
meetings of the two similar organizations on the
campus. It is named after Dr. Samuel Chiles
Mitchell, who has done much for the College and
the Society since his afhliation with Richmond
College. This year, 1940, will celebrate the tenth
anniversary of the founding of the Society. In
honor of this celebration and Dr. Samuel Chiles
Mitchell, the Society struck a key with the bust of
Dr. Mitchell on it. This key was presented to Dr.
Mitchell one morning before one of his classes by
a committee composed of Thomas Bruno, Ran-
dolph Parrish, and George Rochkind.
The Society has backed every move for the good
of the College that has been started on the campus.
This year the Society participated in inter-society
debates, having as its debators, Ed Johnston, Irving
Lovenstein, Charles Adams, and Kenneth Miller.
Also at the Forensic Council Banquet they were
represented by Kenneth Miller and George Roch-
kind in the after-dinner speech contest.
At the regular meetings everythingfrom U nion
Now to How to Raise Chickens was discussed.
Extemporaneous speeches were often heard and
also open discussions.
S. C. Mitchell cooperated with the Mu Sigma
Rho and the Philologian Literary Societies in spon-
soring a hoop-throwing booth at the Campus Car-
nival. The booth was a success and the literary so-
cieties are proud to have done their part toward
contributing to the new Student Activities Build-
ing for Richmond College.
Kenneth Miller discussed the values of a union
of democracies, particularly at a time like this.
George Rochkind discussed the care of a young
newspaperman who was denied the right of free-
dom of the press. It was an enlightening discussion.
The Society meets on Monday nights at the T. C.
Williams Law School. Dexter Abeloff served as
president the first semester and Thomas Bruno led
the Society the second. I
S. C. MITCHELL LITERARY SOCIETY, LEFT TO RIGHT: David Dexter Abeloff, Charles Layne Adams,'Thomas Henry
Bruno, john Carrington Cross, john Anthony Doumlele, Archie Girgosian, Aylett Woodson Goode, Harold David Greene,
Garland Douglas Haddock, Edwin Barber Johnston, Herman David Kafka, Isadore Kaminsky, Ralph Ellsworth Kinsey,
Irwin Lovenstein, Williain Lawton Maner, jr., Kenneth Miller, Earl Lewis Noble, jr., Randolph Henderson Parrish, Marion
Rice, George Rochkind, George Augustus Stephenson, jr., George Vranian, George White.
One Hfzmlred and Fiffy-tivo
PhiloIogian Literary ociety
PHILOLOGIAN LITERARY SOCIETY. LEFT TO RIGHT: Ed Arendall, W. Bain, M. Binns, H. Black, W. E. Bris-
tow W Burge P Byrd, B. Cline, L. Decker, F. Dix, Fitzgerald, H. D. Garnett, R. M. Hathaway, H. Hob-
good W Ixessler I Lawrence, H. Manley, M. Markowitz, Ed Massie, Miller, S. Mitchell, R. Philpott, W.
ReMine S Richardson, D. Satterfield, G. Siegal, T. Turner, T. E. Warriner, Wiggins, Wornom.
UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND
AVIATION CLUB. BACK ROW,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Clyde Ford, Mr.
I. H. Preissner, GWUIIIZJ I1z.tfzwrf0r.'
Ernest M. Taylor, Ir., Pre.ride11l,'
Donald Murrill, Mr. "Gene" Sut-
ton, Flight I11.flrm'fm'.' Dr. C. L. Al-
bright, Gmznzd I12.rf1'm'l0r.' Harvey
Chapman, Milton joel, Ifire-Prem
dent. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Parke P. Starke, Ir., Tre.z.r11f'e1'.'
Samuel George, Sec1'ef.1f'-y.' Frank
Britton, Emmett Dugger, Tommy
Bruno, Tommy Wiley. fNot in-
cluded in picture: Dr. Curtis W.
Lampson, Grnnzm' 1ll,l'f1'!lL'f0I'.,
Riehmon olle e Glee lub
THE RIcHIxIoND COLLEGE GLEE CLIID was or-
ganized in 1926, being one of the first college
glee clubs in the state of Virginia. In the club's
fourteen years of growth, it has attained a high
standard of efficiency, and has built up a reputa-
tion that is indeed a credit to Richmond College.
Among its first activities this year, the club sang
at a Pep Rally before the William and Mary foot-
ball game and at a Homecoming broadcast.
On a three-day trip to South Carolina in March,
the club presented an admirable concert at Meri-
deth and Coker Colleges.
The club sang regularly in Chapel, and at Ves-
per Services every third Sunday evening. In Feb-
ruary, they sang at Ewart's Cafeteria and at Grove
Avenue Baptist Church during the Baptist con-
vention in March. The Glee Club also appeared
over the weekly college radio program. The Glee
Club also sang at various high schools in the state
and through this gave much publicity to the Col-
lege. On May 5rd, they concluded a great year
when they sang at Amelia High School.
The officers for this year were as follows: Mr.
Alton Howell, Director, Robert W. Durrett, Presi-
dent, Gordon H. Andrews, Business Manager, and
Lawrence E. Spiers, Librarian.
RICHMOND COLLEGE GLEE CLUB. IfIRs'I' Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dalton, Baker, Bareford, Durrett, PI'eIide1If.'
Alton Howell, IDM-I'fffI'.' Andrews, Bffmzeii Illizzzizgwx' Spiers, Lifm11'i.z11.' R. Phillips, S. Williams, Gladding. SECOND
Row: Garrenton, Beville, Belsches, Turner. Cake, Moore, Alexander, DeShazor, Asbell. THIRD ROW! Farnum, Stone.
Bernstein, Howell, Blackley, Bagby, Dinwiddie. FOURTH ROW: T. Williams, L. Phillips, Rogers, Wilkinson, Whitley,
One Hfflldlml .md Fiffy-fwfr
-Q5 'qtef-A -3 l
WESTHAMPTON GLEE CLUB. FRONT ROW, SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: jean Neasmith, Mary Sue Carter, Antoinette
Wirth, Mary Owen, Sefretary,' Charlotte Ann Dickinson, P1'eijde11f.' Dorothy Hewes, Vire-Preride12f,- Lucille Lewis,
Cecile Gaddis, Jeanice Johnson. BACK ROW, STANDING: Nellie Keshishan, jane Lee Roudabush, Mary Pegram Wil-
son, Anne Oakes, Lowaita Rowland, Sarajane Payne, Mildred james, Dagmar Jacobsen, Margaret Ligon, jean Spense,
Allene jones, Ruth Phillips, Louise Cordoza, Pauline Cortopassi, Emma Lou Parsons, Helen Ridgely, Josephine Fen-
nell, Betty MacMurtry.
THE WESTHAMPTON GLEE CLUB under the di-
rection of Mrs. F. Flaxington Harker was organ-
ized in 1924 for the purpose of creating an in-
terest in the development of the singing voice and
of affording an opportunity for the appreciation
of good music to those girls who enjoy singing.
The chief activity of the Glee Club this year was
the singing at convocations and chapel services
each week and at Vesper Services in Canon Me-
morial Chapel on Sunday nights. The group also
gave a concert on the campus and several out-of
This yearls officers include: Charlotte Ann
Dickinson, President, Dorothy Hewes, Vice-Presi-
dent, Mary Owens, Secretary-Treasurer, Sarajayne
Payne, Librarian, and Pauline Cortopassi, Pianist.
One Hzmdred ,zmi Fifty-fiz'e
niversity ol Richmond hoir
UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND CHOIR. LEFT TO RIGHT: W. Bareford, Hilda Batten, S. Belches, R. Bernstein,
H. Brauer, A. Brown, H. Cake, P1'e.ride11f.' Eugenia Claiborne, Marjorie Clements, Margaret Crabtree, Dalton,
Mary Derring, Charlotte Ann Dickinson, H. Foster, Vice-Pre.ride1zf.' Cecile Gaddis, Lelia Gardner, Garrington,
R. Hall, P. Harrell, Lavina Hayes, C. Krause, Dagmar Jacobson, Mildred James, Ieanice johnson, Lucille Lewis,
A. McKenzie, Betty MacMurtry, Manley, Virginia Mayo, Anne Oakes, Mary Owen, Serrefary and T1'eaJm'er,' Sara-
jane Payne, Ruth Phillips, R. Phillips, jane Lee Rondabush, Mabel Leigh Rooke, E. Thomson, Jane Trevett, Ester
Wendling, G. Whitley, Kitty Wicker, Louise Wiley, Kitty Williams.
Om' Hfzmfred .md Fiffy-Jia'
UNDER THE ABLE LEADERSHIP of Mr. Sinclair the
1959 edition of the University of Richmond band
has enjoyed its most successful season. The rapid
development of the band is greatly due to the ex-
cellent leadership of Roy Wymbs, President and
Marion Rice, Business Manager.
With the addition of the new uniforms and an
increase in membership the band proudly displayed
their maneuvers at the football games. For their
excellent showing, the band accompanied the foot-
ball team to Lexington where they helped pep the
team on to victory. Besides playing at the games,
the band played an important part in our pre-game
Larry Sheffield was drum major and performed
in professional style throughout the year. From
time to time guest drum majorettes were invited to
lend added color to the blue and red clad band as
they paraded at half-time at the football games.
In chapel the band provided a much appreciated
program and undoubtedly gave the student body
one of the best programs of this school year play-
ing everything from Wagner to stirring martial
music. Encores were the order of the day.
To round out a great season the band journeyed
to Winchester where they paraded in the Apple
Blossom Festival with several other fine bands.
Mr. Sinclair, director, has worked hard with his
musicians and the student body, particularly the
seniors, can readily realize the improvement that
has come about.
This year much more interest in the band was
aroused than in previous years and with an antici-
pated increase in membership next year the band
hopes to swell its ranks to fifty or more musicians.
The future of music looks bright at the U. of R.
UNIVERSITY BAND. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT! Ginhardt, Kessler, Wymbs, Pi-eride1zt.' W. T. Sinclair,
Directory' Phillips, Herndon. SECOND ROW: Gano, Lowry, Rice, Bzzrizzefr Mamzger: Hildreman, Saunders, Nakdimen.
THIRD ROW: Barr, Beechy, Valentine, Piper, Davis, FOURTH ROW: Spahn, Robertson, Burton, Perkins-, Amos. QAbsent
from picture: Gordon, Harmon, Hathaway, Irby, Snead, Williamsj
One H!llItfI'6d and Fiffj'-,fezwz
Y.M.C.A. CABINET. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dexter Abeloif, Frank Baker, john Bareford, Arthur Beck, Charles Booth,
Edward Bragg, Hugh Crisman, Daniel Fowler, Henry Garnett, Straughan Lowe Gettier, Aylett Goode, Ira Hudgins,
Robert Keil, Stan Kellam, Richard Klaffky, Douglas Laird, Vernon Langford, Earl Noble, Thomas Pugh, George
Roberts, james Turkington, Bruce Van Buskirk, Evan Van Leeuwen, Prefide1zf,' Mark Willing, joseph Wornom.
Y. M. C. A.
THE Y.M.C.A. ENDEAvoRs to maintain a high
moral and spiritual element on the campus and
in every way possible, to improve relations with
Westhampton College. The organization is housed
in a small building directly behind Jeter Hall. In
this building the students may enjoy the use of
several ping-pong tables, a radio, piano, many of
the current magazines and newspapers. The build-
ing is always open so that the students may feel
free to go in at any time.
During the current year the Y.M.C.A. sponsored
a ping-pong tournament, and a horseshoe tourna-
ment, which created a fine spirit of friendly rivalry
and competition among the students. At Christ-
mas season a tree was decorated in the building
in the effort to stimulate a true Christmas spirit.
One Hlll7LII'6Lf and Fiffgy-eilgbf
In preparation for the Religious Emphasis Week
in cooperation with the Y.W.C.A., the "YH Cabi-
net conducted a religious poll in order to learn
what subjects the students desired to hear the most.
A program was presented in the Sunday Vespers
by the Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. preceding the
Religious Emphasis Week.
The main work of the Cabinet this year has been
directed toward a stimulation of interest among
the students for the Y.M.C.A. A whole room was
refurnished and painting was done in the build-
ing, the campus movies were presented to the en-
tire campus, and new hymn books obtained. After
those progressive strides this year, the "Y" hopes
to exert even greater influence in the coming years
in campus progress.
Y.W.C.A. LEFET TO RIGHT: Jeannette Evans, Sarah Goode, Allene jones, Margaret Ligon, Alice McElroy, Praride11f.'
jean Miller, Louise Morrissey, Mayme O'Flaherty, Betty Willets, Antionette Wirth.
.W. C. A.
THE YOUNG WoMEN's CHRisT1AN Associa-
TION,Of Westhampton College was organized in
1914 as a functioning part of the National Y.W.
C.A. The purpose of this organization is to encour-
age the growth of community and group spirit
among Westhampton College students and to fos-
ter the growth of friendship and religious educa-
tion on the campus.
Before the school year of 1958-39, membership
in the Y.W.C.A. was automatically formed upon
entering Westhampton, but in the spring the con-
stitution was revised to make membership volun-
tary. Several committees have been combined and
others created to meet the several needs.
Basing their activities around the theme of
"Abundant Christian Living," and striving to ful-
fill the real meaning of this theme in every phase
of life, the Young Women's Christian Association
during the past year has come to be, more than
ever before on the campus, a vital force for the
best and highest. The year has seen the consolida-
tion of committees for better organization, the
introduction of new committees in order to widen
the scope and purpose of the Association, and a
more constant emphasis upon its threefold aim:
mind, body, and spirit.
The activities of the organization for 1959-40
have included social service work in the com-
munity, the betterment of relations between
the races in the locality, a heightened interest in
national and international affairs, leading to the
sending of petitions to the Federal Government
concerning vital policies, and a true deepening of
the fundamental religious welfare of Westhamp-
The officers are: President, Alice McElroy, Vice-
President, Henrietta Sadler, Secretary, Sara Goode,
Treasurer, Antoinette Wirth.
Chairmen: World Fellowship, Louise Morrisey,
Social Service, Ethne Flannagan, Day Students'
Committee, Jeannette Evans, Industrial, Margaret
Ligon, Worship, Betty Willets, Mayme O'Flah-
erty, Recreation, jean Miller, Program, Vista Rob-
inson, Freshman, Kathleen jones.
One H!llIdl'6zf and Fifty-Hilfe
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS, LEFT TO RIQHT: Murray Barr, Charles Booth, Mary Sue Carter, Salvatore Casale, Phillip
Cooke, III. Eugene Cornwell, Carrington Cross, Billy Ethridge, Carolyn Gary, Harold Grimsley, Fred jurgens, Jack
Kervan, Flossie Lafoon, Juliette Loving, William Maner, Phillip Mason, Jack Noffsinger, Henrietta Sadler, Paul Saunier,
George Shackleford, Alexander Sternberg, Carlson Thomas, Carlton Whitlatch.
University P layers
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS had an inconspicuous be-
ginning more than forty years ago when a group
of thespians got together and formed the "Masked
and the Wig Club." The group had no set rules
and regulations, and it was open to those who
showed a keen interest in dramatics.
Now, almost a half century later the dramatic
group, under the guidance of Carlson Thomas, is
just about the same as it was then. With possibly
one exception: its name has been changed to Uni-
From beginning to end, it was a glorious and
busy year for the Players. The plays that were
given varied from the blank verse of Maxwell
Anderson's "Winterset" to the highly hilarious
melodrama of a hundred years ago, "The Drunk-
One Hfmdrerf mm' Sixly
ard." To satisfy the various tastes of the campus,
the Players presented for their spring play, Robert
Sherwood's "Idiot's Delight."
Early in April, University Players took an origi-
nal one-act play, "Back from Texas," by their own
Bill Maner to Chapel Hill to be given at the Caro-
lina Playmakers Festival. It was a huge success,
for it made Broadway critics sit up and take notice
of the Players.
To climax the season, the Players presented
Beaumount and Fletchers "Knight of the Burning
Pestle," at the Luther H. jenkins' Greek Theatre.
It lZ767'J01Zjji66Z' the work that the Players did all year.
It was a fresh and real portrayal of things Eliza-
bethan and it received ardent acclaim from cam-
pus and local newspapers.
PEGASUS. I.EET TO RIGHT, FRONT Row, sI5ATED: Kitty Spenser, Elizabeth john-
son, Roberta Winfrey. SECOND Row, SEATED: Miss Pauline Turnbull, Pmfeipmi' of
Latin: Josephine Fennel, Sew'efr11'j',' Emma Lou Parsons, P1'e,i'irfe11f.' janet Gresham,
Vice-Preride11f,' Helen Hill, TI'6J.l'lII'6!',' Miss Marjorie Rivenburg, SlI7Ull.l0l'. THIRD
ROW, STANDING: Kitty Lyle, Doris Hargrove, Dell Williams.
The ionian Music
ESTABLISHED IN THE FALL OF 1958 for the pur-
pose of enlarging the appre-
ciation of music on the West-
hampton campus, the Ionian
Music Club has in the past
year rendered a great service
to the college. Taking over
the piano fund for the Stu-
dent Government Associa-
tion, they sponsored a square
dance in February to raise ad-
ditional money for this fund.
The square dance was a com-
plete success, and the club is
hoping to make it an annual
event. Under the able guid-
ance of Mrs. Frank Wendt,
teacher of piano, the club
has developed into one of the
outstanding groups on the
campus. This year the club
has achieved its highest mem-
bership since its beginning.
WITH A membership com-
posed of those students ma-
joring in Latin, Pegasus has
as its aim the development of
a greater appreciation ofclas-
sicism and of the ancient au-
thors on the Westhampton
campus. Ably guided by Miss
Marjorie Rivenburg, profes-
sor of Latin, the club in the
past year has presented a
radio program and a chapel
program which met with
much approval. In the spring
Pegasus entertained at a tea
to interest those students ma-
joring in Latin in joining the
group, and the membership
was appreciably increased.
Once each month during the
past year the club has held social meetings, at which
many outside speakers were entertained. The or-
ganization is one of the most notable groups on the
IONIAN MUSIC CLUB. LISFT TO IuoHT: Louise Wiley, Emmy Fountain, ,lane
Lee Roudabush, Mary Buxton, Pauline Cortopassi, 5i0l'1'C'frI1'-1'.' Lucia Adair, Dagmar
Jacobsen, Louise Hall, TI'C'rI.l'llI'c'I',' Ann Gwaltney, Frances Beasley, Phillis Ann
Coghill, Lowaita Rowland, Lelia Gardener, Mayme O'Flaherty, Praiirfrfzzf, seated.
Om' Hf!l!4!l'c'i! rim! SifXfJ'-flllt'
FOIINDED ON THE West-
hampton campus in l92O and
now sponsored by Miss Mar-
garet Ross, the Debate Coun-
cil has for its purpose the
bettering of forensic rela-
tionship with other colleges,
and the increasing of the ap-
preciation and knowledge of
debating at Westham.pton.
The council debated a
question concerning isola-
tion CPOSCU by Tau KQPPQ DEBATE COUNCIL. LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT Row, sEATED: Clarine Cunningham,
Alpha, I121lZlOU2tl fO1fCI1SlC f1'2l- Grace Norris, Evelyn Clifton. SECOND ROW, SEATED: Marie Keyser, Jeannette Evans,
ttfmty' Among We Colleges iiiiifglig.li5iffi15fi..-fffiffff'Fifi'ivliiiitiffgi-'iiiRifffliifi2Tf.TQ'ifffffiiiZliifiiieffiifii
debated were Bfldgewafef- McDonough, Judith Lucas, Bernice Stevenson, Constance Powell.
Averett, Bucknell, Pennsyl-
vania, New York University, Farmville, and Mary F-1-
Washington. As the membership of fifteen exceed- NOSTIHS 1 13.6
ed all previous years, the debates were able to be
bigger and better. INCLUDING IN. ITS MEMBERSHIP those students
of Westhampton College
whose mother, aunt, or
if grandmother attended the
' Richmond Female Institute
or the Women's College,
Nostrae Piliae has grown in
the past few years into one of
the outstanding social organ-
izations on the campus. The
group was entertained this
year at a tea by the alumnae
of the two predecessors of
Westhampton College. In an
attempt to increase their
scholarship fund, which was
begun last year, the club
sponsored a lecture on flower
arrangement in the spring of
1939. To add- further to this
NOSTRAE FILIAE. LIZFT TO RIOHT, FRONT ROW, SEATED: Mildred Roberts, Betty
Rosser, Kitty Lyle, Mary Louise DuVal. SECOND ROW, SEATED: Judith Lucas, Ethne fLlHCl Cltlflng the COI'HlI1g yC2lI'S
lflannagan, Harriet Yeamans, Premlezzfq Juliette Loving, SecI'efI1ry.' Betty Woodson, is the Objective of NOSU-ae
Kitty Spenser. THIRD ROW, sTANDINo: Constance Powell, Louise Wiley, Frances , ,
Beasley, Phyllis Ann Coghill, Alice Gray Simpson. P11136-
One Ielnmfreil rim! .Yixiy-f1z'0
NATIONAL NEWS COUNCIL. LEFT TO RIGHT, sI2ATI2D: jean Miller, jane
Trevett, Mary Sue Carter, Dorothy Harshbarger, Martha Lillian Beam, Ifii'e-P1-em
dent: Mabel Leigh Rooke, Prei'
THI2 IXIATIONAL News
CoIINcIL is a relatively new
organization made up of a
limited number of girls elect-
ed because of their vital in-
terest in national affairs. lt
has brought several speakers
to the campus for national
news. The group met twice
a month, and was sponsored
by Dr. Maude Woodhru.
This year the organization
was led by the very versatile
Mabel Leigh Roolie.
idwzl: Dorothy Roberts, Madge Aycock, Mildred
Burnette, Carolyn Doyle. STANDING: Betty Willets, Mildred james, Mary Owen,
The International Relations Club
THE INTERNATIONAL RE-
LATIoNs CLUB of West-
hampton College has for its
purpose the promoting of a
well informed interest in con-
temporary affairs. The club
is composed mainly of his-
tory majors, but others in-
terested in current topics are
allowed to join.
The club is sponsored by
Dr. Susan M. Lough. This
year at the first meeting of
the chapter Dr. Lough gave
an account of her European
voyage during the summer.
Several informal talks are
heard first at each meeting
and these talks form the
basis for a round table dis-
cussion which follows.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB. LIZIPT TO RIGHT, FRONT Row: Hildah
Batten, Mildred Burnette, Mabel Leigh Rooke, jean Miller. SIfcoND Row: -Iuliette
Loving, jane Aler, Margaret Ligon, PI'emlw1f.' Frances Bailey, SKLil'L'ft1l"l-,1'f'L'.1,lllliL'I,'
Mildred james. THIRD ROXX-'I Evelyn Clifton, 'losephine Fennel, Louise Morrissey,
Ethne lflannagan, Alice McElroy, Virginia Parker, Margaret Crabtree, lfrances NXfiley.
One' 1I11f1If1'eif.z11if Sjxlgy-!I'vI'ee'
MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. LEFT TO RIGHT: Linwood Brandis, Louis Broughman, Winfred H. Elder, George Euting,
james M. Eogg, Henry L. Foster, Dan Fowler, Straughan L. Gettier, TI'6J.l'Zll'6I'.' R. Stuart Grizzard, Nick Habel, Paul Har-
rell, Paul Hepler, Overton Herndon, E. Leland Higginbotham, Lawrence Hilgeman, Alton Howell, Charles W. Krause,
Serref.11'y.' Clyde B. Lipscomb, Spencer Owen, Robert McNeely, Thomas E. Pugh, William N. Raney, Russell Rea, Wilbur
M. Sheaffer, George Stephenson, jr., A. L. St. Clair, Pre.fide1zt.' Warren Taylor, Theodore Turner, Charles Watkins, Harry E.
Watkins, Ben H. Weston. Qlra D. Hudgins, Vice-Pmridezzf, no picture availablej
The Ministerial Association
WE ARE PRo1iD TO SAY on the hundredth anni-
versary of Richmond College, that the Ministerial
Association has had a great part in molding the
institution through the years. The organization has
kept faith with the great purpose set forth by its
founders: "The increased spirituality of ministerial
students, to encourage them to take part in the ex-
ercises of the various missions of the city, to en-
courage their participation in all proper college
activities, to assist the president of the college in
sending out students to fill vacant pulpits, and to
exert a helpful influence on the student body."
Every week programs of spiritual songs and mes-
sages have been conducted at the Home for lncur-
Each student has the opportunity to take charge
ofthe services of the churches in Richmond and
vicinity at least one Sunday night during the year.
INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL. KAPPA ALPHA: Henry Black, Mac Evans, KAPPA SIGMA: jack Kervan, William
ReMineg PHI GAMMA DELTA: john Abernethy, Enders Dickinsong PHI ALPHA: Dexter Abeloff, Martin Markowitz,
SIGMA ALPHA EPsILoN: Hatcher Elliott, C. P. Ford, PHI KAPPA SIGMA: Walter Gillette, Robert Keil, THIETA CHI:
john Loche, C. P. Yountsg PI KAPPA ALPHA: William Cash, William Fitzhughg PHI DELTA THETA: Ed Bragg, Harold
Owens, LAMBDA CHI ALPHA: john Bareford, William Burgeg SIGMA PHI EPsILoN: William jones, john Watkins.
THIS YEAR THE WORK of the interfraternity coun-
cil has been threefold. Most important, they have
worked toward better relations between the eleven
fraternities on the campus. Toward this end they
sponsored again this year an ulnterfraternity Better
Relations Week'i during which time members of
the various fraternities visited among themselves.
Climaxing the week was a banquet held in the
college refectory for fraternity men at which Dr.
Theodore Adams, pastor of the First Baptist
Church, was the principal speaker. Kappa Alpha
Fraternity was awarded a prize for having the
largest per cent of its members at the banquet.
Secondly, the council worked toward improving
this year's Homecoming by offering a prize to the
fraternity that put on the best welcome for the
alumni. This offer spurred the fraternities on to
decorating their homes and rooms in a gala fashion
and certainly made this year's homecoming a
greater success. The prize, incidentally, was award-
ed to the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity.
Thirdly, the council has endeavored to make the
dances this year better than ever before. Such
orchestras as Mal Hallett and Russ Morgan played
here this year. The council again carried out their
subscription plan and it proved very successful. It
is much to be regretted that the local musicians'
union saw fit to place the University of Richmond
on their blacklist because of the fact that some
non-union bands had played here this year. How-
ever, the student body on the whole feels that the
dance committee has done its best.
0116 H!ll1rfl'L'ff Illlai Sixfj'-fizfe
. Vif-'A If
f.- A sw S
QQ5 find T'
THis S'l'llDliN'l'S AT WAs111No'1'oN COLLEGE on
December 21, 1865 for the most part were war
veterans. They were young in years, of course, but
seasoned in the acrid smoke of Antietam, the car-
nage of Gettysburg, and saddened in the memory
of a quiet morning at the Appomattox Court
House. General Lee was President of the college
which later became Washington and Lee. And- the
boys who had followed him in the profession of
arms were able to renew their studies under his
guiding hand. Among them were the founders of
the Kappa Alpha Order. just five years later on
March 18, 1870 the old gold and crimson banner
of K.A. was raised at Richmond College. It was the
first social fraternity on our campus and has a rec-
ord of continuous active existence since that date.
KAPPA ALPHA. Llirfr TO RIQHT: james Barnett, Henry Black, Robert Black, john A. Byrd, Bernard Cline, George Cox,
lfitchett Dix, Malcolm Evans, Charles A. lierneyhough, jr., Clarence Gladding, john Grigg, Richard Grizzard, Alvin Harris,
Vernon Langford, William F. Parkerson, jack Rich, George Roberts, Robert L. Stone, Owen Tate, jervas S. Taylor, jr.,
William Terry, T. Stanford Tutwiler, A. Simpson Williams, jr., T. Nelson Williams, Gordon Willis.
One fflllitflfcfv .wif Smfj-1Z.x'
During its seventy-five years of growth the Order
has expanded from a single chapter to a national
organization of sixty-nine chapters. They are all
found in the territory below the Mason Dixon
Line from the Atlantic Seaboard to the Gulf, ex-
tending beyond the Rockies. Of the sixty-nine chap-
ters seven are located right here in "0le Virginnyf
On our campus, Kappa Alpha is well repre-
sented in the Chemistry Club, Glee Club, Y.M.C.A.
and on THE WEB staff. The Mefrefzger staff claims
Tate, Richmond College Editor, Tutwiler, Business
Manager and Simpson Williams, Assistant Busi-
ness Manager. Kappa Alpha also had several of its
men on the C ol! e gram staff, and quite a representa-
tion in Rho Eta Sigma Historical Society.
Athletically, Bill Terry won a letter for football.
Cox, Taylor, and Barnett were members of the
cross-country track team. As track managers,
Daniels, Gladding and Bob Black were kept busy.
Also, Tutwiler was chairman of the lnterfraternity
Dance Committee. Simpson XXfilliams was a mem-
ber of the Honor Council while Henry Black was
the representative to the Board of Publications,
vice-president of the Senior Class and president of
Alpha Mu Omicron. Also john A. Byrd was treas-
urer of the Freshman Class. Kappa Alpha was ex-
tremely active in the Philologian Literary Society,
Ministerial Association, Camera Club and Radio
The crowning social event of the year was the
Spring Formal held in the Gymnasium. On janu-
ary 19, the Chapter celebrated jointly with its alum-
ni, at a banquet and dance, the birthday of its spirit-
ual leader and founder, Robert E. Lee. The Kappa
Alpha social season closed with a house party on
the james River. All in all, Kappa Alpha had a very
successful season on the campus and is looking
forward to many more in the years that lie ahead.
One HlllZLfI'L'cf .zml Sf,X'f.j'-J'c'I'c'
' i TFP?
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
THE PHI KAPPA SIGMA FRATERNITY originated on the fifteenth of january, 1875. The man respon-
under the leadership of Samuel Wylie Mitchell on sible for its organization was Leroy Edwards. Phi
October 19, 1850. The Alpha Chapter is located Chapteris charter members consisted of four men.
on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania. They were Addison Holladay, George Swann,
Phi Chapter was installed at Richmond College Thomas Alderson, and Patrick Eager.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA. LEFT TO RIGHT: Gordon Andrews, Courtney Cox Bowen, Henry L. Booker, Samuel Britt, Row-
land Burns, Allan Davis, Robert Elmore, Robert A. Gary, Ill, Walter Gillette, John C. Horsley, Rupert Hughes, Robert jontz,
Robert Keil, Douglas Laird, William Maner, William Metzger, Jr.,'Irvin K. Owen, Richard C. Owen, Dorsey Cole Rawlings,
julian D. Sanger, Emmett L. Spence, Walter Story, Walter Scott Townsend, james Turkington, Evan Van Leeuwen, George
One Hznzdrer! and Sixty-eight
White, Mark Willing, Sam Wills.
The local fraternity proudly claims three Past
Grand Alphas of the National Fraternity. George
P. Bagby, 1915, Thomas B. McAdams, 1927-29,
and Patrick M. Estes, 1929-35. The alumni of Phi
Chapter are very active in Richmond and watch
with interest the progress of the fraternity here.
Phi Kappa Sigma is very strong in its representa-
tion in activities on the campus. james Turkington
was President of his Junior Class. Evan Van Leeu-
wen has served as President of the Y.M.C.A. cabi-
net and Walter Gillette was Senator at large in
In athletics, Phi Chapter is represented by the
following: Evan Van Leeuwen, Manager of Inter-
Collegiate Relations and Intramural Sports, james
Turkington, Manager of Football for the 1940 sea-
son, Douglas Laird, junior Manager, Gordon An-
drews, senior cheerleader, Mark Willirig and Irvin
Owen, assistant cheerleaders. Richard Cash, Bob
Keil, and Coxie Bowen are on the varsity football
team. Cash and Wfalter Storey represented Phi
Chapter in Freshman basketball. Evan Van Leeu-
wen, james Turkington, and Bob Keil are all mem-
bers of the Varsity track team. Keil has served on
the Interfraternity Dance Committee and Mark
Willing, a Sophomore, was treasurer of his class
and Chairman of the Centennial Dance sponsored
by the Freshman and Sophomore classes.
The Chapter's social program consists of two
formal dances each year in addition to smaller in-
formal functions. This year's fall formal was one
of the outstanding successes of Phi Chapter.
One 1Jfflltll'c'i.!r11ltf Sixfy-fxifft
C lil ni A 1
1 . R
i iipa is xv C I
- N f?
. E 0
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
SIGMA ALPHA EPsiLoN Fraternity was founded
ei ghty-four years ago at the University of Alabama.
Only during the War Between the States has its
growth been halted. Since that memorable night of
March 9, 1856, 113 chapters of Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon have been established in 45 of the states. Vir-
ginia Tau Chapter was founded at Richmond Col-
lege in 1884. Later it became inactive, but it was re-
established in February of 1958.
Virginia Tau Chapter has taken her place among
the leading fraternities of the campus from the
start. SAE has always had a strong position in intra-
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON. LEFT TO RIGHT: Charles L. Adams, Vincent R. Adams, Richard Ankers, Walter Bass, Ben-
jamin Bowles, Harrol A. Brauer, C. Boyd Chapman, Marvin Cole, Frank M. Conner, Ashley DeShazor, Hatcher S. Elliott,
john Fitzgerald, Charles P. Ford, Daniel W. Fowler, Nathaniel Habel, Garland D. Haddock, Russell Herring, Harvey
Hobgood, Stuart W. Hoskins, Ira D. Hudgins, Cecil jones, Richard C. Klaifky, Phillip D. Lawrence, Robert E. L. McNeely,
Richard Nichols, Robert Phillips, john F. Powers, Harvey B. Price, Charles A. Saunders, William Seifert, Edward Sinar,
William Snyder, Allan Wellman, Chauncey G. Welton, Frank Wiatt.
One Hnzldrerl rzml Sezwzfgy
mural athletics and it ranked third in scholarship
This year there are thirty-five active members
and four pledges. Among those participating in
extracurricular activities are: Walter Bass who is
editor of the Messenger, member of the Honor
Council, and just recently elected to Phi Beta Kap-
pa, Hatcher Elliott and Garland Haddock are
members of Alpha Mu Omicron, Phil Lawrence is
a member Sigma Pi Sigma, Phil and C. P. Ford
are members of the Chemistry Club, Harvey Hob-
good is the head cheerleader.
In athletics SAE has four captains. Hoskins was
captain of basketball and baseball. Ed Sinar is cap-
tain of track. Hatcher Elliott captained the cross
country team. Both Ed Sinar and jack Powers
added a great deal to the Spider line last fall. Gene
Peek, "Fish" Herring, Bob McNeely and Hatcher
Elliott added much to the track team.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon has three large rooms in
C Section of Jeter Hall. The Fraternity gave sev-
eral dances during the season. The high light of
the year was the Founders' Day Banquet and
dance held at the John Marshall Hotel, which was
a great success. Last Christmas the Fraternity gave
a party for twenty underprivileged children. This
included a movie, a dinner and one of the basket-
ball gamesg all were given presents. Though SAE
is losing many outstanding members this year, we
look forward to another splendid rushing season
such as we had last fall under the excellent leader-
ship of our Eminent Archon Hatcher Elliott. All
are certain that the Fraternity's success in the future
. 1 . ,-
5.-T-I'1,,.,1':'j - f-
is .,5:i,J15-az' ,
- jr ,g .., W- . 'W--im.. A I .
.- ., HF? . ' 4 if exe' F
, - ,, -W N A 1 - - "av
.53-.5... fa . as Ns
f .. , -ai L A-x .: 1 ww gm P- La, f'
V , XWQWM? ,f fy . n - , vu
. f 1--5 iff- - f ia 4'
+' 2 '.:- " f ,'-F .sl s ' Mm r u f
,. ff 1 Yf"T-fiiffi. T- WEE? S 9 i
. if f"lV"f f A ,I W if li .f N-.
fr -F 'ggi if . -f""'l'1i -1 fi . .J - Ss.
ya fwgryfv ,. V ri? JL' f w .4 if' iv. I ? ', 5 , V. X A V. , is j
"fl 1 me . L I TA -' - . r 'qs' ' , , A W ffl Ai .5 i ,i Y-,R
-f M ' - -- ' W TW- ' f- 'i i ii' V
. +1-1 .
'A g A . f ,Q .
A 'l get ' .. ' 8: ,, X V '-
if ' 4 V 4- ,xiilix - X ' 'i
1 - , ' X 'if' '
V' If "'L ' ' ' A A 7 ' 3 M A ' ' J Q 5 5 .die .
WHL , w iv A in uw f y, . . 6.
" T-' -X 4' i A A' 1 'f
,W rf V my . T-if ' '- av
, 1 f T ' 5. , i ,, M' ' T' A
- I fr W -g - fi ue. is R- M W ll
' - . H 1 A W-if -i . .iw .rv Q
4 4 2' .io - ' 'L ' " 'fuk gf' g.::.ifg- 'r lv " Aww' , v 'Nw
, , rffqz.-"-Hiitifz 3-' ' . f' - . ' ' - ' ,V ' in , . v-W xi..-is w -.flu w N ' 4 .
A fi r... . 495 ,f 'sw ty p A .ff X .. F A A 5 Q, M 3, ly. Ni 'H
. . , Nh . 1 , , , , wmv-., ,V , A .. A W 4, .Q H X V.
" f . T i - . if
...mfg . 1 - f - pgs '-X ' " V- -' '
'gre " ff - .L 1 . W g ' ' ' v ei,
3?- " ' -iffi-,-..--'Q' gf if- . . . 'TlIF'i,lb'-:W 1 'A fs -' 1 N
-fig , ,i 'Pi' - 'T2'i"v T 'x '- , . " '-1 Mi' f ' . f 'G
R ' ' . it - ' W
, . - fig-if '- A 'H-H-.ag .. "ll" 7 Q M
1 . ',rf-1'-il-.F-?53Q,"f'ff,iTf"1'f55 ififvif " ' 42 ' ." U' 43? N " . , S J" ,. QW X .i
re-3'e:wifir:...' ,- f f-gaeff' , 3- ma--5. ,:,-VF -f -gt -...if "' Nw xr: ' . , .
. ' ' A' ',.-MQW? ' 7' i 5 .X
, V, A . XA, . , V ,
..-.4495-i' ye ...L A mi
if ,. .. .Xu
One Hundred and S6I'l?lIf'j'-0176
.' 'Lf , -J'
0 A --4 fy
FWT '-i'T. ff-.2-W '
ff "fi-7""" ' 42. "
xi, , -.:g',. fa , Kyiv,-
f fa 1-
. .I BME 1
94 . rlgtufr X019
r " f 0
OJ. 4: ey
PHI GAMMA DELTA
1940 MARKS THE COMPLETION of fifty years of
service to the University for Rho Chi chapter of
Phi Gamma Delta. The Fijis' Golden Anniversary
was marked by a two-day celebration begun with a
commerative convocation in Cannon Memorial
Chapel, and climaxed with the annual Norris Pig
Dinner at which Dr. Douglas Freeman, distin-
guished Fiji alumnus, presided. .
With Seabury Stoneburner, vice-president of
Omicron Delta Kappa and member of Phi Beta
Kappa, as President, the Phi Gams got off to a
flying start by putting the White Star on eleven
Having eight brothers on the Red and Blue
gridiron, the chapter followed the Spider football
fortunes, religiously, but they managed to keep
PHI GAMMA DELTA. LEFT TO RIGHT: john Abernethy, Edward Adams, Alvin Beale, Mallory Binns, Daniel Brock,
Henry Bullock, Vincent Collins, Gene Cornwell, john Decker, Enders Dickinson, Robert Durrett, William Farley, Fred
Frohbose, Aylett Goode, john Gordon, Tom Greene, Waverly Green, Owen Gwathmey, Gibson Hooten, Dick Humbert,
Luther jenkins, Bibbs Johnston, Arthur jones, john jordan, Walter Kessler, Dick Kraft, Phil Mason, Edmond Massie,
Harold McVay, Steve Mitchell, Pete Morton, Woody Paris, Leslie Phillips, Mac Pitt, George Pollard, William Robinson,
George Sadler, Dave Satterheld, George Shackleford, Seabury Stoneburner, Porter Vaughan, Al Waddington, George Waite.
One H11m1'1'eJ ,11m'Se1'e11ly-lzvo
enough men at home to finish third in the intra-
mural football race. Rho Chi's contribution to the
Richmond team were Enders Dickinson, outstand-
ing guard, Harold McVay, star tackle and captain-
elect for 1940, Dick Humbert, "Ripper" Collins,
and Fred Frohbose, ends, Arthur jones, flashy tail-
back, and Billy Robinson and George Shackelford,
Keeping the campus informed of the exploits of
these and other Fijis, were john jordan, ODK,
PDE, and PBK, editor-in-chief of the Collegifzzz,
and Al Waddington, sports editor of the same
organ, as well as other lesser members of the staff.
Other Fiji members of Pi Delta Epsilon, were
Luther jenkins and Al Waddington.
Outstanding social event of the fall for the Phi
Gam.s was the Fancy Dress Ball, which was moved
from the spring season to avoid conflict with the
anniversary celebration. Numerous house dances
and cabin parties filled in the vacant week-ends
between other dances on the campus to give the
chapter a busy fall.
With winter came basketball. Phi Gams once
more rallied around and turned out in full force.
Four were finally chosen to continue on the squad.
They were Stoneburner, Humbert, jones and Mac
Pitt, jr. At the close of the season Humbert was
elected to lead the hardwood squad in next year's
battles. Luther jenkins was the varsity manager and
Eddie 'Adams was appointed to look after the af-
fairs of the freshman basketball players this year.
The members continued their good class work
which won second place in the scholastic list last
year, and at the end of the first semester a count
showed that sixteen men made the Dean's List,
four with straight A's, and four of the members
captured Intermediate Honors.
Winter intramurals again found the Phi Gams
among the leaders. A first place in volleyball and
third in basketball gave the Fi jis a good shot at the
major trophy for excellence in all sports, which has
resided in the house for the last five years.
A full spring social program was high lighted by
the Spring Formal in Millhiser Gym, which was
a part of the Golden Anniversary commemoration.
Porter Vaughan, star southpar and major league
prospect, was the leading hurler for Coach Pitt's
Spider nine. Two Phi Gams, the Green brothers,
Waverly and Tom, were on the managing staff.
Captain john Abernethy toured the country side
with his tennis team which had four other Fijis as
regulars and three reserves who are Phi Gams.
In the spring elections, the Cooperative Party
put Leslie Phillips in as representative to the Board
of Publications Mac Pitt in as a student senator.
For this excellence in all fields the national fra-
ternity in 1940 awarded Rho Chi chapter the
Newton D. Baker Cup, coveted prize for the chap-
ter giving the greatest service to the University or
college at which it is located.
0110 Hffmlrwf 111111SL'I'tU1f'j'-ff7l'U6'
Q55 1f-f rv
4 " :vii
PI KAPPA ALPHA
THE cLosE coMPAN1oNsH1P of six Confederate
soldiers who wanted to be bound together in a
secret brotherhood organization, in order to per-
petuate their friendship, is the story of the found-
ing of Pi Kappa Alpha. The fraternity was found-
ed at the University of Virginia, March 1, 1868.
These six students were from the highest type of
southern families and were keen believers in warm
friendship and high ideals. Omicron Chapter was
first chartered at Richmond College on Qctober 25,
1891. However, several of the charter members
did not return to college, and, consequently, it was
withdrawn. The Chapter was reorganized in 1901.
There are several outstanding events that form a
full social program for Pi Kappa Alpha. First
event of the season was the State Ball, which was
PI KAPPA ALPHA. LEFT TO RIGHT: Beverly Ballard, james H. Barnes, Ed Brooks, Melvin Burnette, William Cash,
Wade Coates, Robert Erickson, Carlos de los Espriella, William Fitzhugh, Earl Fox, Mario Gamboa, Austin Grigg,
Robert Ham, Ray Henderson, William Hughes, Clyde Lipscomb, Adrian Lyons, jesse Markham, E. Merrick, Linwood
Peters, William Waymack.
Ozzy Ilnmlmf ,zmf Sezwzfy-fofrf'
held in one of Richmond's leading hotels Thanks-
giving week-end. All state chapters of Pi Kappa
Alpha are co-sponsors of this ball, which was con-
sidered by many as the best affair of the year. Other
outstanding social affairs were our Founders, Day
celebration on March 1, and the Pikas' house party
at the end of school session.
Pi Kappa Alpha men hold many prominent
positions in campus life. William Eitzhugh served
as senator from the junior class and was elected
this spring to serve as Athletic Representative. Ed
Merrick held the position as Athletic Representa-
tive this year. Austin Grigg, William Cash and
Clyde Lipscomb are members of Alpha Mu Omi-
cron. Earl Fox is a member of Rho Eta Sigma and
Beta Beta Beta. Mario Gamboa is in the Chemistry
Club. Austin Grigg is president of the Psychology
Club and Clyde Lipscomb is president of Alpha
Delta. Besides this many members are connected
with the school publications, literary societies, ln-
terfraternity Council, Harlequin Club, and dance
In athletics, Ed Merrick has made the football
team at the university famous. He captained the
team through one of its most successful seasons and
he himself won much recognition throughout the
country. He was elected to All-State and All-
Southern Conference center. Bill Eitzhugh and
joe Mack were also stars on the football field
along with Alex Moore. In basketball jimmy Ely
was a regular and starred throughout the season.
Eitzhugh, Fox, and Wagner were trackmen, Bill
a weight man, and Wagner and Fox were run-
One I-I1f1m'a'w1' ami' Sezwlfy-Afiz'e
Q--f - - ..
..,,. U '
r!l'iiLfIQl-"' QQ: r
llll1""g-SQ? I fq'.l1f"i il'
Y ""'i!l1iQ!'gjlg :-i""' .,
4. E. K , Ay.,
THE KAPPA SIGMA Fraternity was founded at
the University of Virginia by five men: William
Grigsby McCormick, Frank Courtney Nicodemus,
Edmund Law Rogers, George Miles Arnold, and
john Covert Boyd. The first meeting of the fra-
ternity was held in McCormick's room, 46 East
Lawn, on December 10, 1869. McCormick is the
only one of the five founders living today. The fra-
ternity has grown to a national fraternity consisting
of 110 chapters.
The Beta Beta Chapter of Kappa Sigma at the
University of Richmond was organized on March
KAPPA SIGMA, LEFT TO RIGHT: Edgar Arendall, W. james Baggs, Frank Britton, john Crews, William C. Cunningham,
Basil Hayley, Colin Hayley, Derek Hayley, Thomas Herbert, Mac Hough, R. Frank Hough, jack Kervan, Hugh Keyser,
Sydney Knipe, Thomas Lewis, james McDonald, Bert Milling, Clinton Moore, John C. Moore, Warren Pace, Grayson
Pierce, Gordon ReMine, James ReMine, William ReMine, Stanton Richards, Robert Shifliett, Harry Snead, Robert Stanley,
Carlson Thomas, Abner N. Thompson, William Topham, Bruce Van Buskirk, Albert F. Weaver, joseph Wiggins.
One lrlfrfiflwif nm! Scfzvfzfy-iix
5, 1809. It is one of the leading fraternities on the
campus. Beta Beta has taken a great interest in the
intramural athletics on the campus and its social
functions are of the best. The annual Spring Formal
held at the Country Club of Virginia was one of
the most entertaining dances of the year.
Beta Beta is well represented in the different ac-
tivities on the campus. William ReMine served as
President of the Student Government for 1959-40.
Carlson Thomas, who did a fine job with the lead-
ing role in "Winterset,', served as President of the
University Players for 1959--40 and is also a member
of Omicron Delta Kappa Honorary Fraternity.
jimmy Baggs, who is a member of Pi Delta Epsilon
Honorary Fraternity, has served as Business Man-
ager of the Richmond Collegian for 1939-40. Al-
bert Weaver, who graduates this year, is Senior
Editor of the Richmond Collegian and Editor-in-
Chief of the Richmond College Hmzcllaook. Ed
Arendall, President of the Philologian Literary
Society for 1959--10, was tapped for three honorary
fraternities, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsi-
lon, and Tau Kappa Alpha. He is Editor-in-Chief
of the Richmond Colleglfzfz for the year 1940-41.
Bert Milling, a Sophomore, is Vice-President of
his class. Gordon ReMine also a Sophomore, is one
of the Senators of the Student Government for
the coming year. As for athletics, Bruce Van Bus-
kirk, Bert Milling, Syd Knipe, Gordon ReMine,
Warren Pace and Basil Hayley are our contribution
to football. Bill ReMine is a track star and Van
Buskirk, Knipe, and Milling are our contributions
to the crew. Stan Richards is the Sophomore Man-
ager of the basketball team and Derek Hayley is
the Sophomore Manager of the baseball team.
Kappa Sigma looks forward to many more years
on Richmond College campus just as successful as
this one has been.
One Hfffiilwil .xml Sbzwzfy
SIGMA PHI EPSILGN
THE SIGMA PHI EPSILON Fraternity was found- be more easily carried on. Later in the year the
ed at Richmond College, then located on the old group petitioned the faculty for permission to be-
campus at Lombardy and Grace Streets in the city, come a fraternity. November of the same year saw
in the year 1901. lt had its beginning as a Saturday the organization of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fra-
Night Club, organized by six of the College stu- ternity, while the following year saw the granting
dents in order that their ideals and purposes might of a Charter by the State of Virginia, a f1rm foun-
SIGMA PHI EPSILON. LEFT TO RIGHT: Tom Benton, William Bristow, Thomas Bruno, Willard Burton, james Cox,
Charles Davis, Eugene Dennis, Edward Field, jerry Field, Walter Gambill, Edgar Garber, Michael Harman, Ralph
Kinsey, William jones, William Kayhoe, Reuben Long, Virgil Lumsden, Kenneth Miller, William Morrissette, Morton
Nicholson, Allan Phaup, Robert Piper, Marion Rice, William Roper, Paul Saunier, john Schools, Robert Sease, M. Winfred
Scott, Robert Talley, Earl Tyler, Charles P. Valentine, john Watkins, Calvin Wilson.
One Hnlftlrttl Izmf 5'e1'w1f'3'-aigfvt
dation upon which to build and expand as seen by
its present nation-wide organization.
Thus, Virginia Alpha Chapter on the campus of
the University of Richmond, is known as the
"mother" chapter of the fraternity, and as such, is
a contemporary of Richmond College, for it has
grown and developed along with it.
Sigma Phi Epsilon is a prominent fraternity on
the campus, and Virginia Alpha is, indeed, one of
the strongest chapters of the fraternity. Every year
it has been among the leaders in its pledge groups.
The chapter, as always, has been active in its
social life. Its cabin parties have gained a distinc-
tion for their ingenious forms of amusements. It
also initiated the practice of holding the annual
Spring Formal dance open to the whole campus.
Virginia Alpha is well represented in the cam-
pus life of the college. Ed Garber is the newly
elected President of Student Government for
1940-41 after having served as Vice-President of
the junior Class. Paul Saunier, who is graduating
this year, is one of the most outstanding men on the
campus. He is President of Omicron Delta Kappa
and of Pi Delta Epsilon, the national journalistic
fraternity. He is identified with the Meffefzger,
associate editor of the Richmond Collegian, and
Secretary of Student Government. In addition he
has taken an active, if not leading, part in many
other campus activities. Allan Phaup is President
of Rho Eta Sigma, Honorary History Society and
Thomas Bruno of the S. C. Mitchell Literary So-
ciety. Robert Talley is Treasurer of the Senior Class
and Herbert Davis, President of the Freshman
Sigma Phi Epsilon, despite its comparative
youth as a fraternity, has played an important part
in the life of Richmond College, and hopes to
continue to do so in the future.
One Hfnnlred .zmf S?I'6'llf,j'-Iliff?
. si' I-
Mi' it i
ffs E X JZ X
THE OMICRON CHAPTER of Theta Chi Fraternity on April 10, 1915, and since that time has continued
observed the twenty-fifth year of its existence on to occupy a prominent position in college activi-
the Richmond College campus this year with a cele- ties.
bration unequaled in the life of the chapter. The Silver jubilee celebration marks a big mile-
Originally Zeta Xi, a local organization, the fra- stone in the history of the chapter. Attending the
ternity was inducted into the national brotherhood two-day observance, in addition to the local alumni
THETA CHI. LEFT TO RIGHT: Shelton T. Belsches, Lucien W. Bingham, jr., William H. Bingham, joseph F. Black, jr.,
Carl R. Bogese, William H. Brauer, William F. Davis, William Etheridge, julian S. Pant, Roy B. Fox, jr., Guy Friddell,
William A. Grant, jr., Edward H. Grove, Gordon C. Haines, William W. Hermann, Don T. Higginbotham, Marshall P.
Kean, john H. Locke, jack R. Noffsinger, D. Norfleet, Horace E. Perkins, Marshall Phillips, William M. Smith,
Harding L. Thomas, Robert P. Van Buren, joseph B. Thomas, T. Emmett Warriner, Thomas W. White, Carlton A. Whit-
latch, Charleton P. Younts, jr.
One Hfrmfrerf .zmf lfigfafj'
and active members of the fraternity, were out-of-
state notables and officers of Theta Chi. President
F. W. Boatwright and Dr. Samuel Chiles Mitchell
were speakers at the banquet which preceded the
dance in the ballroom of the john Marshall Hotel.
Theta Chi's membership takes an outstanding
part in extracurricula activities on the college cam-
pus. One of the sophomores, T. E. Warriner, jr.,
is News Editor of the Richmond C olle gimz, a mem-
ber of the Debate Team, treasurer of the Philo-
logian Literary Society, and has taken part in two
play productions this year. William A. Grant, jr.,
was elected last March to the 1940-41 Student Gov-
ernment Senate, is Assistant Editor of the WEB,
serves on the Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, and played on his
freshman baseball squad. Another member of the
junior class, john H. Locke, is Decorations Chair-
man for the lnterfraternity Dances, was captain of
the touch-ball team that captured the trophy for us
last fall, and has won his numerals in basketball
and baseball. Particularly noteworthy among the
outgoing seniors is jack R. Noffsinger, who has
served for two years as Chairman of the Richmond
.vi V' f
'Q ' 1
College Planning Commission. He held the Presi-
dency of the Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society during
his junior year and was also the representative to
the Forensic Council from that organization. In ad-
dition to his work with the Radio Guild, he holds
membership in Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Kappa
Alpha, and Phi Beta Kappa. Carlton A. Whitlatch,
another senior, has been President of the University
Players, secretary of his junior class, Director of
the Prom figure, and a member of Omicron Delta
Kappa. C. P. Younts, outgoing President of Omi-
cron, is a past President of the Harlequin Club,
and has taken an important part in interfraternity
The Theta Chi Mothers, Club holds a unique
position in the hearts of the members, and the
group has been very helpful in aiding the fraternity
in social functions, assisting in house decoration,
and in giving the house the added touch that makes
it home to Omicron's members.
The fraternity has seen twenty-five years of
achievement. Now Theta Chi looks ahead to
another quarter century of growth.
C2110 Ilnmfreif .mtl Iiigfvly-wie
- f uuszw, .
. -'-"- X
L!!! ' ' ,ZA
1' X 1"-' 1
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
ALTHOUGH LAMBDA CHI ALPHA is one of the
youngest fraternities, not being founded until 1909
when many other fraternities were well expanded,
it is now the fourth largest national fraternity,
having one hundred and eight active chapters lo-
cated at the leading universities and colleges in the
country. The year 1959 was a red letter year for
Lambda Chi Alpha for it saw the merging of the
fraternity with the Theta Kappa Nu Brotherhood,
an affiliation that greatly enhanced its strength.
Alpha Chi Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha was installed
on the University of Richmond campus May 8,
1918 and since that day has entered whole-heart-
edly into every phase of campus life.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA. LEFT TO RIGHT: john Armhein, joseph Armhein, Frank Baker, john M. Bareford, William Bare-
ford, Arthur Beck, William Burge, Frank S. Covey, Henry A. Dalton, Robert Filer, Harold Gayne, D. Griffin, Emmett
Hubbard, Bruce Kellison, Robert Krug, W. K. Kyle, W. E. Miller, Al Philpott, james Pugh, Harry Watkins.
One Hnmlrmf .zml liigbfy-Izzfff
And this year the fraternity was very active in
campus life. Bill Burge was a senator-at-large and
Frank Baker was senator from the sophomore class.
Arthur Beck was business manager of the Spider
Handbook and was tapped into Pi Delta Epsilon
honorary journalistic fraternity. Lambda Chi Alpha
is well represented in the literary societies, the pub-
lications, the Harlequin Club, and the Interfra-
ternity Council, and has four men on the Y.M.C.A.
Cabinet. The chapter contributed much to the ath-
letic teams of the university this year. Bill Burge,
end on the varsity football team, was elected to the
All-State team and also elected to the All-Southern
Conference second team. Besides football Burge
also starred in basketball, where he played center,
and baseball where he played first base. Frank
Baker and joe Amrhein both sophomores made
their letters in football, John Griffin was a member
of the track team. The chapter was well represented
on the freshman squads and teams were entered in
all intramural sports.
This year Lambda Chi Alpha has been under
the leadership of john Muse Bareford. Under his
guiding hand the chapter had the honor of install-
ing the new chapter at Randolph-Macon. Lambda
Chi has an active Mothers' Club and Alumni
Organization that work hand in hand with the
chapter and help in any way that is possible to build
the chapter's quality. Mr. Claude Kidd, Presi-
dent of the Richmond Alumni Chapter was the
founder of the University of Richmond Quarter-
Highlights on the social calendar for the past
year were the Spring Formal held at the Hermitage
Country Club, the annual week-end house party,
the banquet given annually at the Commonwealth
Club at the end of each pledging season, and num-
erous minor functions.
Lambda Chi Alpha has a set of rooms in Thomas
Hall from where all of its many activities are
carried on. Sam Moody has been elected by the
chapter to take over where john Bareford left off in
leading the chapter. The fraternity is looking for-
ward to a great year next year.
One HIl1Icfl'C'Lf.IlILf Eiglvfli'-llvfee
..j',hv: .5533 - -K
PHI DELTA THETA
PHI DELTA THETA, ranking among the leaders
of college fraternities in size and age, had its birth
on the campus of Miami University in Oxford,
Ohio. Six students who had become very good
friends banded together at the suggestion of Robert
Morrison, a senior, on the night of December 26,
1848, and from that meeting emerged a new col-
lege brotherhood. Founded on the principlessof a
cultivation of friendships among its members, the
attainment of a higher degree of mental culture,
and the seeking Personally of a high standard of
morality, Phi Delta Theta has grown in ninety-
two years to a brotherhood of over fifty thousand
mem.bers. Today, its one hundred and seven active
chapters are distributed throughout the United
States and the six dominions of Canada. For many
PHI DELTA THETA. LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Adams, Steve Blount, Ed Bragg, Ned Butcher, john Dixon, Fletcher
Elmore, Linwood Irwin, Floyd Jarvis, Tommy jordan, Clarence Major, Marlin Nolan, Croset LaParade, Harold Owens,
Ed Pauli, Wilbur Skinner, Charles Watkins, John B. Watkins, Charles Woodard.
One Hffznhed um! Ijiglvfy-fwfr
years the fraternity has been nationally famous as
one of the "Miami Triad,'l composed of Beta
Theta Pi, Sigma Chi, and Phi Delta Theta, all of
which have been on the University of Richmond
campus in former years.
Phi Delta Theta first came to our campus in 1875
when the national fraternity chartered Virginia
Delta Chapter. However, after twenty years of
fraternal leadership, the chapter became dormant
in 1895. In the fall of 1938, the petition of Phi
Delta Omega, a well-established local fraternity
of good standing at the University of Richmond,
was accepted at the national convention of Phi
Delta Theta. After forty-four years of dormancy
Virginia Delta was to be restored. The installation
of the chapter in February, 1939 was a memorable
event in campus fraternity life, for it marked the
passing of the last local and the entrance of a
strong national to the Grecian circle at Richmond.
The active chapter is now little over a year old.
Among the leaders in the campus activities is
Eddie Bragg, vice-president of the Student Gov-
ernment for 1939-40. Bragg is one of the few three
letter men on the campus. He was one of the main
cogs in the wheel that rolled Coach Thistleth-
waitels Spider Eleven through such a successful
season last fall, and as a forward on Coach Pitt's
Varsity Five, Eddie's twenty goals helped us over
many a crucial moment. On the track team, Bragg
throws the javelin with record-breaking skill.
Ned Butcher, of no-hit, no-run fame from last
year's game with Yale is the only Phi Delt on the
Spider nine this year. Ned made his letter at foot-
Phi Delta Theta is represented in almost every
college activity and organization, the Glee Club,
the publication staffs, the literary societies, etc. Not
having more than three graduating members this
year Phi Delt looks forward to a bigger future with
the campus activities.
The outstanding social event of our fraternal
year was the annual Thanksgiving Formal in the
gym the night before the big game with William
and Mary. A number of private dances and week-
end parties filled the Phi Delt social calendar
throughout the year ending with the house party
The Phi Delts look forward with eagerness to
many years of fellowship and service to this insti-
tution and the organizations within its gates.
One Hmzdred ima' Eighty-ji1'e
NEVER BEFORE since its installation on the
Richmond College campus on February 6, 1925 has
Rho Chapter achieved the standing and prestige it
now boasts. Phi Alpha points with pride to its
social standing, scholastic attainments and to its
share as an integral part in the function of the uni-
From a body of 8 men 15 years ago, Phi Alpha
can now show an increase to 28 members. Through
these 15 years, Phi Alpha has been a leader in the
scholastic ratings on the campus. Six times the
Interfraternity Council Scholarship Cup, that is
awarded annually, has made its way to the Phi
Alpha room. Gne cup has been awarded to the
PHI ALPHA. 1-121f'r TO RIQHT: Alfred Aarons, Dexter Abeloli, Norman Brown, Gershan Ediss, David Grandis, Jerry Gross,
Alexander Vlacobs, David Kafka, Edward Klein, Lester Lavyne, Irwin Lovenstein, Martin Markowitz, Joe Michelson, George
Rochkind, Herman Rockotf, Saul Salisbury, Daniel Sasmor, Martin Sheintoch, Gilbert Siegal, Phil Spahn, Ephraim Stein-
burg, Henry Steiner, Arnold Watts, Stanley Watts.
One lelxfmlreif tim! Iiilglvlvii-,i'ix
chapter for permanent keeping, and with the high-
est average attained for the year 1958-1959, the
name Phi Alpha has been engraved for the 'third
time on the present cup.
Phi Alpha is doing its share in partaking in
social activities at the college. Her greatest advance
was the Rho-Tau dance, held on February 23, the
affair was very successful with a great number of
our student body helping us celebrate on this an-
nual state-wide function.
"Win or lose,', Rho chapter's intramural ath-
letics team is always out fighting and ready to give
a good account of itself against all competition.
Although small in number, the men of Phi Alpha
have distinguished themselves in honors, extra-
curricula activities and leadership. She is proud of
her seniors, three of whom were honored with Phi
Beta Kappa. Dexter Abeloff besides being one of
the "Phi Betasf' has held a class oflice, has been a
member of the Forensic Council and Y.M.C.A.
Cabinet, president of the S. C. Mitchell Literary
Society, an officer of the Chemistry Club, and
managing editor of the Collegian sports staff.
George Rochkind, another "Phi Beta," is a mem-
ber of Alpha Mu Gmicron and secretary of S. C.
Mitchell Literary Society.
Gilbert Siegal, the third "Phi Beta," is a mem-
ber of Alpha Mu Omicron, Tau Kappa Alpha,
Forensic Council, vice-president of the Philologian
Literary Society and manager of the Debate Team.
Phi Alpha is also proud of its remaining seniors,
Aarons and Salisbury, Dean's List men, and Watts.
For the future, Phi Alpha looks to Martin Mark-
owitz, Herman Rockoff and Norman Brown as its
campus leaders. All are Dean's List men, with Phi
Beta Kappa prospects in view. Markowitz holds
the oflice of secretary of the Student Government,
a position no one else in the fraternity has ever ob-
tained. Rockoff and Markowitz are members of
Beta Beta Beta, have both received chemistry
honors, and are both past secretaries of the Philo-
logian Literary Society. Brown is assistant business
manager of the WEB, and is very active in class
activities. Dave Grandis is a member of the Chem-
Phi Alpha has many pledges affiliated with the
organization among whom are Bey Jacobs, Fresh-
man football, and basketball teams, Dan Sasmoi,
Freshman football, and Stan Watts, WEB staff and
At its national convention on january 1, 19-10,
the local chapter received the national scholarship
plaque and Dexter Abeloff was awarded the dis-
tinguished undergraduate award for the year.
One Ilffmlml .zmf Ifiglvfy-rezfell
ALPHA DELTA. LEFT TO RIGHT: I. Ray Baker, Wr1lter Bass, Linwood Brandis, Arthur Brown, Billy D. Connor, james
Fogg, Daniel W. Fowler, Straughan Gettier, Richard S. Grizzard, Paul Harrell, Thomas Herndon, Leland Higginbotham,
Ira Hudgins, Clyde Lipscomb, Robert McNeely, Richard Marable, Thomas Pugh, George Stephenson, joseph Sullivan.
RECOGNIZING THE NEED of a professional fra-
ternity on the Richmond College campus for min-
isterial students, a few of their number founded
Alpha Delta fraternity to meet that need. This
completes the seventeenth year of its existence,
having been founded in 1925. Since that time the
membership has been comprised of active and
interested men of the cloth.
Under the leadership of Clyde Lipscomb, the
One Hffffrlawf limi Ejlqlvfgy-rfjlgfvf
fraternity approaches the end of 1940 and looks
back upon a very successful year. The climactic
social event of this session was the annual banquet
given at Ewartls Cafeteria to which all of the
alumni were invited. This was followed by a party
at the home of a member, Linwood Brandis.
The officers for the past year were: Clyde Lip-
scomb, President, George Stephenson, Secretary,
and Thomas Pugh, Treasurer. Among the more
distinguished alumni members of Alpha Delta are
Dr. Solon B. Cousins, Professor of Bible at our
university, and Dr. Harlan, Professor of Sociology.
PI DELTA EPSILON. LEFT TO RIGHT: Edgar Arendall, W. james Baggs, Walter Bass, Arthur Beck, Mildred
C. Burnette, Kathleen Crawford, Jeannette Evans, Luther jenkins, Elizabeth johnson, john E. jordan, Marie
Keyser, William Maner, Edmond Massie, Virginia McLarin, Robert C. Moore, Paul Saunier, Al Waddington, jr.,
Pi Delta Epsilon
Honorary fournczffrstfc Frczferzfzify
IT IS PARTICULARLY fitting that in the hundredth
year of the mother institution of the University of
Richmond the local chapter of Pi Delta Epsilon,
honorary collegiate journalism fraternity, was host
to the national convention of that organization. On
November 17-18, 1959, some fifty delegates from
colleges and universities as far away as Minnesota
congregated on our campus to conduct their na-
tional convention. The success of that two-day
meeting was the year's outstanding achievement
for the host chapter, which operated under the
leadership of President Paul Saunier, Vice-Presi-
dent Marie Keyser, and Secretary-Treasurer Pro-
fessor E. C. Peple.
One H11m1'1'eJ.111r1' Eigfvfy-Him
OMICRON DELTA KAPPA. LEFT TO RIGHT: Edgar Arendall, Royall Brandis, E. Parker Brown, Louis R. Farber,
Edgar Garber, Walter Gillette, John E. jordan, Robert Keil, Eugene McCaul, William Maner, Edmond Massie, Jack
R. Noffsinger, William ReMine, Paul Saunier, Preridellif Seabury Stoneburner, Vice-Pre.s'ide1zf,' James Turkington,
Carlson Thomas, Carleton Whitlatch.
Cmioron Delta Kappa
Honorary Leacfersfzip Fraternity
0M1cRoN DELTA KAPPA is a national honorary
leadership society for men. Founded at Washing-
ton and Lee University in 1914, ODK has experi-
enced a rapid growth in size and influence. It is
now a member of the select Association of College
Honor Societies and has active circles in forty-four
American colleges and universities. Epsilon Circle
of Omicron Delta Kappa was chartered at the
University of Richmond in 1921.
The purposes of Omicron Delta Kappa are three-
fold: first, to recognize men who have attained a
high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities,
and to inspire others to strive for conspicuous at-
tainments along similar lines, second, to bring to-
gether the most representative men in all phases of
collegiate life and thus to create an organization
which will help to mould the sentiment of the insti-
tution on questions of local and intercollegiate in-
Ozfe Hmzdred and Nim-fy
terestg third, to bring together mem.bers of the fac-
ulty and student body of the institution on a basis
of mutual interest and understanding.
ODK has been extremely active this year in
serving the students of the University. This society
sponsored the great Campus Carnival for the bene-
fit of the Student Center fund, backed the C-aver-
age amendment passed by Student Government,
set up committees for the entertainment of visiting
teams, and studied and reported on various student
problems. It is through GDK, the one organiza-
tion where faculty and students meet on an equal
basis to discuss campus affairs, that most adminis-
tration-student problems are solved.
Law School members are: W. R. Blandford,
E. P. Brown, W. S. Goode, W. Gordon, jr.,
C. L. Harrell, Jr., H. D. jones, L. L. jones, E. W.
McCaul, W. Pearsall.
MORTAR BOARD, national honorary society for
senior women, was founded at Syracuse University
in 1918. Pi Alpha, a senior honorary society at
Westhampton, founded in 1921, was granted a
charter on june 26, 1950. Miss Isabel Harris was
chosen sponsor of the group. There are at present
sixty-nine chapters of Mortar Board at colleges and
universities throughout the country.
New members are elected to Mortar Board in
the spring of their junior year. The qualities upon
which their election is based are leadership, schol-
arship, and service.
The aims of Mortar Board are to work con-
structively for the betterment of the college com-
munity, to foster school spirit and a feeling of co-
operation between the students afld the faculty,
and to hold high the ideals for which the organiza-
tion stands. The theme of Mortar Board for this
year has been to emphasize college spirit, with spe-
cial emphasis upon better feeling of llierrwzal re-
MORTAR BOARD. LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATIZD: Mary Sue Carter, Mildred james, Marie Keyser.
STANDING: Alice McElroy, Mabel Leigh Roolqe, Dell Williiiiiis.
Om' Hfffzrlnnf rim! fyfllcffj'-Killa
TAU KAPPA ALPHA. LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP Row: Edgar Aren-
dall, Royall Brandis, Robert Cotten, Ethne Flannagan. CENTER ROW:
Straughan Lowe Gettier, john jordan, Marie Keyser. BOTTOM
ROW: Judith Lucas, Jack Noffsinger, Paul Saunier, Gilbert Siegal.
Honorary Forensic Fraternity
TAU KAPPA ALPHA, honorary forensic frater-
nity, was organized by eleven representatives from
Indiana colleges and universities in the office of the
lieutenant governor of Indiana on May 13, 1908.
It was introduced to the Richmond College campus
in 1917, and in 1931 a Westhampton College chap-
ter was formed. It is the oldest honorary fraternity
on our campus.
The fraternity recognizes forensic attainments
meriting honor, seeking to inspire in its members
a higher cultivation of the art of public speaking
and to instill in them the desire to use their talents
One Hmldred and Ninety-lim
towards worthy ends. To be eligible for member-
ship, a student must have participated in at least
two intercollegiate debates, and proven himself
able in other literary activities, either in the literary
societies or on the publications.
As a result of an extensive debate schedule, three
men were tapped into the Richmond College chap-
ter of Tau Kappa Alpha in a formal tapping cere-
mony in the Cannon Memorial Chapel. This tap-
ping ceremony was unique in that the Westhamp-
ton chapter participated with the Richmond Col-
lege chapter tapping four women. W
Alpha Mu micron
ON JANUARY 10, 1935, Alpha Mu Omicron was
founded at Richmond College by a group of men
majoring in the Social Sciences. A.M.O. was
founded for the purpose of creating a greater in-
terest in the Social Sciences among the student
body. In stressing this purpose, the society en-
courages outside work, that is, various members at
each meeting will report on topics in which they
are interested and on which they have spent a great
deal of time in research.
At these meetings which are held every other
Monday, pertinent subjects are discussed. The So-
ciety each year sponsors at least one prominent
speaker to deliver an address to the student body.
Col. Leroy Hodges, State Comptroller, and
former president of the State Chamber of Com-
merce, was the speaker sponsored by the group.
ALPHA MU OMICRON. LEFT TO RIGHT: Arthur C. Beck, Henry W. Black, Pz'e.iside1zf.' H. Armistead
Blackley, Royall Brandis, S6L'l'6fc1l'y-Tl'EaI.flll'6l'.'WilllL1lU Cash, Vive-Pi'e.i'iJa1ffJ Hatcher Elliott, Austin E.
Cfrigg, Garland Haddock, Hutson Hill, james F. Hart, Luther jenkins, john jones, Clyde Lipscomb,
Gus D. Mandaleris, jack R. Notfsinger, Randolph H. Parrish, Dorsey C. Rawlings, George Rochkind, Gilbert
Siegel, Edward Snowa, Carleton Whitlzitcli.
One Hzfmfred .md Nizlefvi'-flwee
HARLEQUIN CLUB. LEFT TO RIGHT: john Abernethy, Gordon Andrews, james Baggs, Arthur Beck, Henry Black,
joseph Black, Edward Bragg, Thomas Bruno, William Burge, William Cash, Enders- Dickinson, Hatcher Elliott,
Malcolm Evans, William Fitzhugh, Charles Ford, Earl Fox, Harvey Hobgood, Douglas Laird, John Locke, Sam
Moody, Harold Owens, William ReMine, William Robinson, Carlson Thomas, Stanford Tutwiler, Wayne Tyler,
Evan Van Leeuwen, John Watkins, and Charleton Younts.
THE PRIMARY PURPOSE of this organization com-
posed of three men from ten of the social fraterni-
ties on the campus is the stimulation of better re-
lations between Westhampton and Richmond Col-
leges. This purpose is carried out through the
medium of social affairs given on several occasions
throughout the school year.
In the fall a dance was given at the Kappa Sigma
Fraternity house and this first function of the year
started the club's social activities in fine fashion
with the largest crowd ever to attend a Harlequin
Club function. The spring dance was held in the
Theta Chi house in honor of the new officers and
was the final social event of this yearls calendar.
One Ifllllclflfcf and Nilzefy-four
f In a different mode from the usual club affair a
picnic was also held at one of Richmondls popular
parks after which the members and their dates
enjoyed dancing to music furnished by "Nicky
and his Lodiansf'
Like last year a bridge tournament was sponsored
by the club and eighteen teams entered. Held in
April this year in the Y.M.C.A. building the com-
petition was stiff due to the exceptional brand of
bridge exhibited by the players. Bill Heflin and
Dortch Oldham of Theta Chi fraternity defeated
Dick Cash and Mark Willing of the Phi Kappa
Sigma Fraternity to win the Harlequin Club trophy.
The officers for the past year were: C. P. Younts,
President, john Watkins, Vice-President, Stan
Tutwiler, Secretary, and Thomas jordan, Treas-
4' A hz
0.-Q ., , Q'
K me .Ng , W ---- A
N Q 12213 x f'i, f 2
.'Q!"9f ,Q 1, 9
k Ax F 5- ,ff I:
kkrxfw' ' I
fl, 1 '
.1 X - ff,-P,,yQ'Q2:,1. 1
-'r Q ' 3 A wif-,
: A35 Q as - W
'io 155' ' ' ',Li, .-
, , Y. A . , Ja.
0 " 5
1-2 Q ,
u F 1
' 0 5
1 0 as
in , ,
'P gl Q 9
M- - O
Q A U Q f
s ' fb
' Q f'
+ - fi'
Sam Elizabeth Farber
RjL'Z7lll0l1lf . Lfjfgjlljzl
WEB EDITORIAL STAFF
Daroihy Lofz fwoffey
Marie Efrelle Keyyer
WEB BUSINESS STAFF
RfCbl110lI0, . Virgjlzifz
LAW SCHOOL WEB EDITORIAL STAFF
One H1z11df'eJ,1mf Nizzely-jire
Beffy fave KEIIIZELIKDJ'
RICHMOND COLLIQOIQ STIIDISNT GOVIQRNMRNT
f 61111 Lozzife N6cI.Yl1ljfb
RICHMOND COLLEGE SENIOR CLASS
Mary L01'7'lljlZ6 Arnold
RICHMOND COLLECI2 HONOR COUNCIL
One HllllLfl'C'Lj L111JlNVi11ely-,Iix
I F 2
OMICRON DIQLTA KAPPA
Mm. H. E. Hoykixzf
BASK IYTBALI. AND BASEBALL
MH. C. H. Ivffcrlllf
LAW SCHOOL WIEB BUSINESS STAFF
LAW SCHOOL STUDENT BAR
One Hnmfred Lam! Njllkfvj'-SxEl'6l1
J4MLzypole Drznre. 2-Queen Virginia. 3-Tbe Seniorx enier. 4-A dunre.
5-Robin Hood und Maid Muriun. 6-Tbe play progre.r,re.r.
May Day Joeo
IN ACCORDANCE zejfb Ibe irudifion of buring un
eluborule Moy Duy only onre ezfery four yeury, und in
fbe inferzfenlng yeurif offering u Jnnple eerernony, tbe
Clem of 1959 of W'e5fbun1pfon College leur May Duy
prexenfed Ibe old funnllur legend of Robin Hood und
bra' Murd Murrun. Sei in fbe green beuufy of fbe flufyla'
Greek fbeufre und buebed by flou'er.s' und freer, tbe
pluy, unfolded zeifb Spurbf Brezeer u.s' fbe bero of Sber-
zeood Forex! und zelfb lozfely Virgnnu Sbuznun uf Muid
Murrun. Tbe enfire Senior Cluys. Ll1'CiY,Y66l in long flow-
ing gfillblii, llklj' lbe rburflnrrg buelegroznzd for tbe pug-
eunf. und fbe fire rnoyi beuuliful ,s'enior,f, eboyen by ibe
zrofe of fbe zrbole rollege. uefed ur Mu1'u1r1'.f rourt. Tbefe
zeere Belly und Muruzn Conrey, Agnew Denton, Dorofby
Sbell. und june Lnngley. Tbe crowning of lbe Queen
of lbe Moy by Robin Hood zeux followed by fbe pref-
Une Ilumlrefl Lznrl Nlnefy lillgbl
entulion of .fez'erul dunref by lbe Modern Dunre Group
under tbe djrerfjon of Beffy Curper. und u ,fborf pluy
by Mary Sue Curfer und Mary Grufe Scberer. Robin
Hood fben invited ull Ibe rourf fo zfjfif fbe folk duneey
und tbe gulnex on fbe green-into zebjfb Ibe upper
boebey field bud been Z'7Zll1.ff0l'llZC'5l by fbe zeifebery of
fbe .fopboznorer-und fo puriulee of fbe l'6'f1'6f.fl77lI6'7IfJ'
o jfered by fbe boolbf .rurrounding fbe Fulr.
flnofber frudiflon of Muy Duy. beuufifully exeeufed
fbif yeur, um' fbe Fre.s'b1nun Lunfern Purude up fbe bill
puff tbe lube und info fbe Greek fbeufre juff 415 dufb
zeuf falling, zebere fbe group formed u "Wm zeifb fbeir
llgbtx, und fben .ferenuded fbe Queen beneufb ber open
zeindoze. Cloxing on u nofe of guiefy und joy, May Duy
ended zeifb u dunee in fbe g'1'l1llIzl.fl1ll1I given by Ibe ,YO pb-
oznore fluff for lbeir .senior "big .viffer'.f,"
2500 Fourth St
Abraham, joseph .......
Aarons, Alfred Chester .
Abeloff, David Dexter . .
Abernethy, john Pierce, jr. . . . ,
Charles L. ..
Ebe M. . . .
Adams Edward R. . . . .
Adams Raymond A. .
Adams Richard L. . .
Adams Vincent R., 'Ir
Alexander, Leon H. . .
Allen, Ashby B. ..
Allen, Ralph W. ..
STUDENTS E THE U I
2185 Valentine Ave., Bronx, N. Y.
. . . . 12 E. Main St., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . . 2 Clark Rd., Richmond, Va.
. 550 29th St., Newport News, Va.
... . 425 Wythe St.,
5002 Seminary Ave
5020 Patterson Ave
. . 2517 Grove Ave.,
. . Clarkton, Va.
. . 2510 Stuart Ave.,
. . . Redoak, Va.
.. BUS W. fllfll Sl.,
. . . Recloak Va.
Allen, William E. . ..
Allman, William T.
Alvis, Vance ..........
Amos, Edward H.
Armhein, joseph A., jr. ..
Armhein, john L.
Anderson, Emmett H
Anderson, Lane S. . .
Andonegui, jose . ..
Andrews, Gordon H.
Andrews, William P.
Ankers, Richard . . .
Antone, Joseph F., jr. .
. 112 Lancaster Rd.,
R.Ir.D. No, 4,
. 3101 Stuart Ave.,
. 3101 Stuart Ave.,
2004 Hanover Ave.,
. 2328 Stuart Ave.,
1140 W. Grace St.,
3219 W. Grace St.,
.. 315 Dundee Ave.,
4814 Wilson Blvd
108 W. Franklin St.,
. . . Sabot
rom the Llrziversity Players'
1-Thomas and Gary in "Wfir1terset."
2-Grimsley and W'hitlaich in "W'ir11'erset."
3-Kermu in "IVinterset."
4-Casale and Shacleleford in "The Drzuzlaardf'
5-Flamzegrm and Carter in "The Drurzlefzrdf'
W'hi1latch and Sadler in
Sadler and Nojfsinger in
"ldz0t's Delzght. '
Soldier and chorus scene
from "Idi0t's Delight."
One I-llmrlreal .zml Nilfefy-111114
D i TI.. ...IT i Y , -. .1 f .. ....-I,:I-- .1 - ml Im-
HBUDDYH says . .
THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES
AND EOR THE PATRONAGE YOU UNIVERSITY OI?
RICHMOND STUDENTS HAVE GIVEN THE NEVVLY
IMPROVED AND MODERNISTIG COLLEGE SHOP.
MAY THE DAYS AHEAD BE AS HAPPY EOR YOU
AS YOUR GOIIEGE SHOP DAYS AT RICHMOND.
I -1 I '1 T
GOI .I .II.cjII. SI-IOP
RALPH P. "IsI'OOY" IVIAYO, Mon.
-1- -I-- ---- '--1 f--- --'- ---- - ---- 1--- ---- ---- '--' --I- --1- I - -'-l '-" - -3- 4- I - '--- -'-- '--- ---- --1- '--- '--- A A ---- --1- ---' A A A A - I - A I H f I H -
To Complete Your Ijlflenl . . . GRADUATE to the New
. Y 5 5
'L 'b 1 I ORANGE JULIUS
I 3215 WEST BROAD
I IOMIIIIIIII Sftllioll IVAIBGI
i f 0 A Dezfilisla Good Drink
7?nder'.S'mokea'l1'am 0 A Dezfilisla Good Time
KINGAN 8: COMPANY 0 Dine and Dance in
Richmondwginia AIRICONOITIONEO COMFORT
4. I-I.-.I.-I -DDI .I.I ..II I I+ 4- ,IYI I Qoof III .YII IIYI A I.II -III -III I - 1-I- -I.I -III I-I, -III --II 1-II -III I I I I I I I I I I4
II- --II --II IIII IIII --II II-I A IIII IIII I A IIII I IIII - IIII - I-II - -III - -III - I I - I I-II- -III -I---I fs- -'-I ---1 --If --f- f--I ---f A --1' ---1 - --II I A I A I I Ie'IA---A I----If
731131 Cakes, Ties, Tastries
and Fancy Cookies
'-RICHMONIVS HIGIII-:ST SCORING from I
E I 9
MIEAIWOW AND HIQRMITAOII ROAD IF
Q I Qllcl!il'yC0lllZi5.l
36 ALLEYS Ifhfme II-8211 f I I
DIaI 2-1192 If 9 East Grace Street
.I IIII IIII I.I. IIII I.II IIII I I I. .II I IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII I I I IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII III- I I -I
Arendall, Edgar M. . .
Asbell, George T. . ..
Asher, jefferson D. ..
Aull, Roscoe S., jr. . . .
Bagby, Richard H. . ..
Baggs, W. james .....
Baker, Frank j., jr. . .
Baker, Ivan R., jr. . ..
Bain, john Warren . . .
Ballard, Beverly E. . ..
Bareford, john M. . . . .
Bareford, William T. .
Barnes, james H. . . . .
Barnett, james H.
Barr, Murray M. . ..
Barr, Robert G. . . . .
Barney, Sidney .....
Baroody, Milton B. . . .
Barreras, Paul B. . . .
Bass, Walter E. ..
Batten, Caleb L.
Baughan, Alfred R. ..
Beachy, William T. . .
Beale, Alvin F., jr. . .
Beck, Arthur C., jr. . .
Bell, john C., jr.
Belsches, Shelton T. ..
Benton, Thomas R.
Bernstein, Reinhard A.
Betts, Norvel W. .... .
Beville, William G. . ..
. . . . . 19 Demory St., Mobile, Ala
. . . . 746 Emmett St., Portsmouth, Va
. . . . . . . 2606 The Plaza, Richmond, Va
.. . 3225 6th St., S.E., Washington, D. C
. . . . Sunny Side P.O., Cumberland, Va
. . . 3214 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . 320 Lavina Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa
. 1801 Arlington Ave., Norfolk, Va
. . . 11 Odell Ave., White Plains, N. Y
.. . 447 W. Washington St., Suffolk, Va
. . . . . 37 Edgehill Rd., Richmond, Va
.. . 331 Williams Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y
. . . . 3007 Lamb Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . 2504 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va
. . . . . Box 1, Morovie, Puerto Rico
. . . . . . 322 Bellevue St., Danville, Va
' ' '?Qi9'1s1'.'Le,Li'iJggi,ii' sif
625 High St.,
. . . . 15-06 Bellevue Ave.,
1716 Fifth Ave.,
656 Blvd., Col. Heights,
ff Q '32iilA' iiaaes' Avg.,
. . Carson, Va
210 68th St., New York, N. Y
. . . . 1506 Confederate Ave.,
.. . 1942 Berkeley Ave.,
Binford, Hinton C., jr. ..... 12-06 Westminster Ave.,
Bingham, Lucian W., jr. ........ 3019 Grove Ave.,
Bingham, William H. .
.... .... 3019 Grove Ave.,
Binns, Edgar M. ........... . . 375 Highland Ave., Roanokej Va
Birchett, Thomas Daniel, jr. ....... P. O. Box 207,
Black, Henry W. ......,...... 1329 Avondale Ave.,
Black, joseph F., jr. .... .
Black, Robert S. ...... .
Blackley, Horace A.
Blount, William Steve ....
Bogese, Carl R. ...... .
Boisseau, Ray S., jr. . . . .
Booker, Henry L., jr. . .
Booth, Charles R. .... .
Bowen, Courtney Cox
Bowles, Benjamin F. . ..
Boyette, joseph M. ..
Bra Edward L
gg, ' . . . .
Brandon, 'Sidney j. .... .
Brandis, Ernest L., jr. . ..
Brandis, Royall .......
Brauer, Harrol A., jr. . ..
14 Clark Rd.,
.. . 1329 Avondale Ave.,
3321 Kensington Ave.,
Blankenship, james L. .................. Route 5,
1001 Evarts St., N.E., Washing-ton, D. C
223 S.9th Ave.,
. . . 10 North Allen Ave.,
.. . 3815 Moss Side Ave.,
. , , . . . . . 808 Green St., Danvillez Va
...... 1415 Grove Ave.,
. . . . . . . . 247 Chestnut St., Suffolki Va
3912 W. Franklin St.,
. . . 710 W. Grace Street,
4008 Crutchfield St.,
..... 3511 Stuart Ave.,
Brauer, William H. ........... 4308 Augusta Ave.,
Bristow, Richard Y. ..... .
Bristow, William E. fBuddyj ...................
Bristow, William E. .............. 18 N. West St.,
Britt, Samuel S. ............................... .
Britton, Frank H. . .
Brock, Daniel N. . . . .
3804 Chamberlayne Ave.,
West Point, Va
. . . . . 411 Kilbourne Ave., Appalachia, Va
Brogan, Robert T. .......... 3117 Monument Ave.,
Brooks, Edwin B., jr.
Broughman, Louis R. ..
Brown, Arthur H., jr. . . .
Brown, Norman .......
Brunk, Eugene L. .... .
Bruno, Thomas H. ...... .
Burge, William B. .... .
Burgess, Melvin D. ..
Burks, Harry N. ..... .
Burnette, Howard O. ..
Burnette, Melvin W. . . .
Burns, Rowland H. ..
Burton, Willard W.
Butcher, Edward W. ..... .
. . . . 3436 Hanover Ave.,
. . . . 4414 Augusta Ave.,,Richmond,
4324 Chamberlayne Ave.,
Bullock, Henry A., jr. ....... 2017 Monument Ave.,
. . . . . 38 Ellsworth St., Martinsville, Va
3220 Floyd Ave.,
... . 1905 Fifth Ave.,
'1'3o3'i533e5i Ave.. s.
2219 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va
302 Overbrook Rd., Richmond, Va
Byrd, john A. .................................. Parksley, Va
Cake, Henry E. ........ Apt. B-5, 1245 Westover Ave., Norfolk, Va
Camden, Aubrey S. .............................. Chatham, Va
Casale, Salvatore V. . ..
Cash, Richard D. ..... .
Cash, William j., jr. . .
Cate, William S. . . . .
.. 2641 Ashland Ave., Baltimore, Md
........ 417 Moore St., Bristol, Va
. . . . 1003 Perry St., Richmond, Va
Chandler, john W. ..
Chapman, Clifton B. ..
Chapman, Harvey H. . . .
Chewning, john A. . . .
Clarke, Austin B. . . .
Clarkson, Fred W. . ..
Cline, Bernard G. . .
Coates, Charles C. . . . .
Coates, Wade St. C. . ..
Cole, Marvin F. ...... .
Collins, Vincent W.
.. 222 East 10th St., Richmond, Va.
2913 Noble Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . 6107 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . 605 Maiden Lane, Roanoke, Va.
103 W. Mason Ave., Alexandria, Va.
2002 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va.
Combs, Robert H. .. Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Va.
Conduff, joseph H.
Conklin, E. Gordon ....
Connor, Billy B. ...... .
Connor, Frank M., jr. . .
Cooke, Philip, III ......
Cooke, Robt. W. .... .
Copley, Harry B. ..... .
Cornwell, Eugene W. K.
Courtney, Robert H. . . . .
Cosby, Irving H., jr. .... .
Cotten, Robert C. jr. . . .
Covey, Frank S. ..... .
Cox, George E. . . . .
Cox, james B. .... .
Crawford, Robert R. . .
Crews, john I. .... .
Crisman, Hugh S. . . . .
Cross, john C. ....... .
Crouch, Franklin M. . ..
Cunningham, William C.
Currin, Eugene G., III.
Curry, Harper W. .... .
Dalton, Henry A. . . .
Dalton, john H. . ..
Danforth, Robert R. . .
Daniel, Rawley F.
Darden, Harry M.
Dascher, jerry .....
Davenport, john D. . . .
Davis, Allan T. . . . .
Davis, Charles H. . .
Davis, William F. . .
Decker, john L. .... .
Dennis, Eugene T. .... .
De Shazor, Ashley D. . . .
Dickinson, Enders .....
Dickinson, William F. . .
DiVice, Louis P. ..... . .
Dix, Fitchett T. . . . .
Dixon, john, jr., . . . .
Dolsey, Harold ........
Donohue, james H., III
Doumlele, john .........
Doyle, Elton N. ..... .
Driscoll, Courtney j. . . .
Dugger, Emmett L.
Durrett, Robert W. . . .
Eck, Sherwood B. . . .
Edison, Meyer ......
Ediss, Gerham G. ..... .
Edward, Robert E. L. . . .
Eggleston, Forrest E. . ..
Einstein, Charles B. ..
Elam, Herman M.
Elder, Winfred H. . . . .
Elliott, Hatcher Snead ..
Ellis, Leonidas W., jr. .
Ellis, William D., jr. . ..
Ellwanger, Albert T., jr. . .
Elmore, Fletcher L. . . . .
Elmore, Lloyd S. .... .
Elmore, Robert B. . .
Ely, Curtis Marion . . .
Embrey, Elmer P., jr. . .
Ende, Milton ..........
Erickson, Robert .......
. . . . . . . 417 W. Monty Ave., Rockville, Md.
. 1003 Crescent St., Villa Hts., Roanoke, Va.
2815 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . 5501 Grove Ave.. Richmond, Va.
. 906 Sylvania Ave., Fredericksburg, Va.
. . . 18202 Greenville Ave., Richmond, Va.
. 3020 Pump House Drive, Richmond, Va.
. . . . 3114-A Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . 3217 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va.
213 Sixth St.,
.. . 4503 Brook Rd., Richmond, Va.
. . 1211 N. 42nd St., Richmond, Va.
. . . 808 S. Braddock St.,
1205 Stanhope Ave.,
..... Saxe, Va.
.. . . . 512 N. 24th St., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . 3515 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . 3101 Hull St., Richmond, Va.
. . . 3300 Fendall Ave., Richmond, Va.
.. . 3102 Cromwell Road, Norfolk, Va.
. . . 3023 Parkwood Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . 4000 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . 2916 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Va.
. 1412 Confederate Ave., Richmond, Va.
f '52 of55a9i5QAQg.','wi3i'
. Blantons, Va.
te Plains, N. Y.
. 4332 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . . 4013 Park Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . .2027 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, Va.
Dinwiddie, Branch A., jr. ...... 1206 Apperson St., Richmond, Va.
... 95 Valley St., T
arrytown, N. Y.
. Eastville, Va.
. . . 2228 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . . 701 Denny St., Richmond Va.
. . . .2330 Monument Ave.,
. . . . 14 S. Addison St., Richmond Va.
' '. i3'i5'i1Q1LiA'AQg.'.'
. . . . . 2015 Letcher Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . 3413 W. Cary St., Richmond, Va.
342 W. Princess Anne Rd., Norfolk, Va.
511 W. 21st St., Richmond, Va.
3208 22nd St., Arlington, Va.
. . . . 3015 E. Marshall St., Richmond, Va.
. ....................... Clover, Va.
. . . . 301 N. Boulevard, Richmond, Va.
3018 Springhill Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . 701 Lee Ave., Fredericksburg, Va.
. . . . . . 1012 Hinton St., Petersburg, Va.
. . . . 217 Willard St., jamestown, N. Y.
Espriella, Carlos R. .... Dele gracion Panamena, San jose, Costa Rica.
Etheridge, john W. ........... 1019 Park Ave., South Norfolk, Va.
Euting, George L. .... ...... 1 24 S. Laurel St., Richmond, Va.
Evans, Malcolm G. . ..
. . . 102 S. Boulevard, Richmond, Va.
Two Hmzdrerl and Om'
Q TABB, BROCKENBROUGH 81 RAGLAND
GENERAL INSURANCE-ALL LINES
E Hlrzsuranfe, Your Silent Guardian"
I 1101 EAST MAIN STREIST DIAL 2-6546 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
-i.- -lly 1--- - ...- --IA --1- ---- ---- -'-1 --AI '1-' I I - -1-- 1-'- 1 1 -'-f -'-' "-' -"- -"' "-' 1 "" "" -"' "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ' 1 1 ' ' 4'
1-I 1f11 I 111- -111 '1f1 --11 1-11 1111 -11' 1-11 1+1- -1'1 -lff -f1f 1-1- f-11 I 1 I -+1f -AHQ - I- 1- 1 1 1 1 - lkf' 1-11 -f1f 'f1f '-11 -111 -111 -'f1 'f-1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 +
NOLDE BROTHERS UNIVERSITY
I S92 - 1940
5514 GROVE AVENUE
ARIERIITAN IVIAID BREAD AND CAKI5S "The UniUersity,s Stzfzclent Center!!
AT ALI. GOOD DEALERS ok,
- Qgzality, Not Price! 4-8474
Q I . I
+- .-1I .1.l I .... ...l I I II Im III. Im Im Im Im -I+ 40- :1-u un I I I 'I 'I'
Emu nn I ml Inu-O? ffm: nn In "' 41
For gmlity and Claoife tJVleats ....
Compliments of 'Q
A. T. MASSEY COAL
JACOB KECK'S SON
I. ANDREW KECK, Propriemr
R'ffH'N'0ND1V'RG'N'A - SIXTH STREET MARKIET 1: Dial 5-5595
I I I
40-un IIII Im :I+ qt- Ilvl llll I 4'
?ll IIII IIII illl llll Illl I I II I llll llll 1 ? +ll lm II In +
Pure and tested Over a long period Of years 2
SPECIFY OUR BRANDS
, when Ordering.
. SAMPSON PAINT 84 COLOR CO.
il -Ill' IHI un Im Im - -
Im lin 'i'
nu Im un mn Im un nu nn nu un un nu nu Im Im nn un nu-
I I Q ,
PHONE 5-6922 WHERE BEAUTY IS AN ART I
WESTHAMPTON BEAUTY SALON I
I 5604 Grove Avenue - E
! For Those Special Orcasions-
MAKE A DATE WITH "CARMEN" FIRST
.g.-.,.. E....- .... .... ...g. -Q.
Tun Hlfmlretl and Tim
JOHN G. KOLBE
FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT
309-A East IVILIIIH Street
Im nu nn un Im Im Im Im nu nu ml nn Im nu un nu Im
TRU ADE BOTTLING COMPANY
YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF
TO TRY "TRU ADE"
A P.1IIe1n'ized fN0n-Cdrbomzledj Pure Orange Drink
HARRISON AND CLAY STREETS 1, Dial 5-3269
Gindhart, Charles F., Jr. .,........ 855 31st St., Newport News, Va
.. . 1807 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va
Evely, Ralph W., Jr. . . .
Fainter, Harry E., Jr. . . .
Fant, Julian S. ..... .
Farber, Louis R. . ..
Faris, Wilson Lee . ..
.. . 1320 Custer St.,
. . . 1902 Albany Ave., Richmond, Va
. . 2720 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va
. . . Crozet, Va
3921 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va
710 N. Boulevard, Richmond, Va
Eattaruso, Gaetano T. ............. 45 Webster St., Newark, N. J
Fenlon, Robert W. .... 2131 Fifteenth St., N.W., Wa
Fennell, Robert H., Jr. ..............,.... Route 2, Richmond, Va
Farley, William W. . .
Farnum, George L. . . .
Ferramosca, Oveste . . .
Fidler, Mercer H. . .
Field, Edward L. . ..
Field, Jerry J. .... .
Filer, Robert J. ..... .
Finnegan, William J. .
Fitzgerald, John R. . . .
Fitzgerald, Lemuel W.
Fitzhugh, William B. .
Floyd, Marion E., Jr. .
Fogg, James M. ...... .
Ford, Charles P., Jr. . .
Ford Cl de W . . .
, y . . .
Fortunato, Joseph A. . . .
Foster, Henry L. . . . .
Fowler, Daniel W. . . .
Fox, Earl R. ...... .
Fox, Roy B., Jr.
Frank, Raymond J. . ..
Franklin, Ralph W. . .
Frayser, William E. W.
Fredericksen, James M.
Freed, Ivan G. ...... .
Friddell, Guy R. .... .
Frohbose, Frederick A.
Frostick, Herbert W. . .
Gambill, Walter R. . .
Gamboa, Mearie A. . .
Gano, Robert D. .... .
Garber, Edgar C., Jr. .
Garnett, Henry D. ..... .
Garrenton, John S., Jr.
Garrison, Kenneth F. .
Gary, Robert A., III ....
Gayle, John L. ..... .
Gee, L. Gary .......
George, Ellis P. ..... .
Gettier' Strau han L . .
, g ' - -
Gilbert, Alfred R. . . .
Gilbert, Oscar G. . . .
Gill, Robert O. ..... .
Gillette, Walter B. . . .
Gilmer, John B. ..... .
Gilson, Robert S., Jr. .
Giragosian, Archie . . .
Gladding, Clarence W.
Godsey, John T. .... .
Goode, Aylett W., Jr. .
Gordon, Harold J. . . .
Gordon, John N. .... .
Goyne, Harold T., Jr. . . .
Grandis, Morris D. . . .
Grant, William A. . . .
Gravatt, William D. .
Gravett, Samuel W. . . .
Green, Thomas W. . . .
Green, Waverly S., Jr.
Green, Harold D. . . . .
Gregory, Henry C. . . .
Griffin, Harry E., Jr. .
Griffin, John D. .... .
Grigg, Austin E. . ..
Grigg, John E. ..... .
Grimsley, Weston H. .
Grizzard, Richard S. .
Gross, Jerome ......
Grove, Edward H.
Gwalthmey, Owen ..
Habel, Nathaniel B. . .
Haboush, Milad P. . ..
Haddock, Garland D. .
Ferneyhough, Charles J., Jr. ...... 3304 Lamb Ave., Richmond, Va
.. . 3433 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va
2010 Evelyn Byrd Road
2010 Evel n B rd Road
. - Y ,X 1 I ,
. . . . . 3128 Griffin Ave., Richmond, Va
4814 Williamsburg Ave.
. . . . . 41 Rocklyn Place, Pittsburgh, Pa
. . . . 2509 Grove Ave.
60 Roseneath Road
.. . 457 Norway Ave.
. . .. 1726 Floyd Ave.
. . , . 3420 Grove Ave.
Z Trenton, N. J
. . . 27 Glenridge Ave., Montclair, J
sis isrieet, Nw., washington, lj. c
. . . . 1900 Amelia Ave., Richmond, Va
1805 Seddon Road, Richmond, Va
. . 1408 Princess Anne St., Fredericksburg, Va
. . 2000 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va
1652 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . . 2032 Park Ave., Richmond, Va
. 1218 Westminster Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . Fairview Ave., Bound Brook, N. J
. . . . . . . . . Box 246, Fredericksburg, Va
. . . . . 2-611 E. Grace St., Richmond, Va
La Industria," San Jose, Costa Rica, C. A
. 121 W. Lancaster Ave., Richmond, Va
shington, D. C.
Hadin, Walter W. . . .
Haines, Gordon C. . . .
Hall, Randolph B.
Ham, Robert D. .... .
. . . 123 Cleveland St., Richmond, Va
....... 321 W. 13th St., Norfolk, Va
. . . 516 Northside Ave., Richmond, Va
Hardman, John M. .... ......................... E ttrick, Va
Harman, Michael G. . . . . . . 2215 Nfonument Ave., Richmond, Va
Harrell, Paul J.
Harris, Alvin F.
Harris, James R. . .. . .
Hart, James F. ...... . .
Hart, Joel C., Jr. . . . . . .
Harton, Williarii R. . . . .
Harwood, Garland M.,
Hathaway, Robert M. . .
Hawkins, Henry F. . ..
Hawkins, Melvin C. . . .
Hayley, Basil .......
Hayley, Colin .....
Hayley, Derek .....
Haynes, George G. . . .
Heflin, William N. . ..
Heller, Henry C. .... .
Hemby, William H., Jr.
Henderson, Raymond M.
Hepler, William P. . . .
Herbert, Thomas S. . . .
Hermann, William W.
Herndon, Thomas O. .
Herndon, William M.
Hewlett, Ralph J., Jr. . .
Herring, Russell H., Jr.
Higginbotham, E. L. . .
Higinbotham, Don L. .
Hilgeman, Lawrence, Jr.
Hill, Julian H., Jr. . . . .
Hobgood, Harvey H. .
Holland, Willis D. . .
Holman, Earl S. ..... .
Hooten, Claude G., Jr.
Horsley, John C. .... .
Hoskins, Stuart W. . .
Hough, Mac J. ...... .
Hough, Raymond F. . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . University of Richmond, Va
. . 1306 Winchester St., Fredericksburg, Va
. . . . . . 3336 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va
.. . 1601 Princeton Road, Richmond, Va
' ' Va
. . . . 3214 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . . . 120 Hardy Ave., Norfolk, Va
. . . . 729 Arnold Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . . 729 Arnold Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . . . 47 Chesterfield Ave., Ettrick, Va
. . . .5010 Evelyn Byrd Road, Richmond
...............R.F.D. 1, Richmond,
. . . . 4627 44th St., N.W., Washington, D. C
. . . . . . . . . . 2707 Griffin Ave., Richmond, Va
Howe, Donald W. H.
Howell, Alton L. . . ..
Howell, Frank M. . . . .
Hubbard, Emmett L. ..
Hudgins, Ira D. .... .
Huddleston, Ray E. ..
Hudson, Harvey L., Jr.
Hudson, Joseph B. . . .
Hughes, Charles W. . .
Hughes, Rupert S., Jr.
Humbert, Richard E. . .
Huneycutt, James W. .
Humphrey, James T. .
Ingalls, James H. .... .
. 1016 Fourqurean Lane, Richmond, Va
.. . 408 W. Eleventh St., Richmond, Va
. . . 1912 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . 3332 Hanover Ave.,
.. . 601 W. 44th Street, Richmond, Va
. . . 4211 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . 2911 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . R.F.D. 1, South Boston, Va
.. . 4017 Cutshaw Ave., Richmond, Va
. Poquoson, Va
. . 1207 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va
. . . 811 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va
.. 2110 Rosewood Ave.,
.. . 1301 Valley Road,
1, Danville, Va
2229 W. Main St.,
..... 1425 Park Ave.,
Ingram, Wales B., Jr. .
Irby, Moreland R. . . . .
Irwin, Charles, L., Jr. .
Jacobs, Alexander S. . .
Jarvis, Floyd E. ..... .
Jenkins, Luther B. . . .
Jennings, Fred A. . .
Joel, Milton .........
Johnson, Samuel L. ..
Johnston, Edwin B. . . .
Johnston, Vivian D. . . .
Jones, Arthur E. . . . .
Jones, Arthur L. .... .
Jones Cecil F. ...... .
Jones Chastine W., Jr.
Jones Gilbert B. .... .
Jones, W. Horace . . .
Jones, John S. ...... .
Jones, Quentin R. . . .
Jones, William H. . . .
Jontz, Robert J. . .
Jordan, John E. . .
Jordan, John P. . . . .
Jordan, Thomas D. . . .
Julia, Julio F. ...... .
Jurgens, John F. B., Jr.
Edenton, N. C
. Centralia, Va
1420 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va
2019 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Va
Santa Cruz, Rio Grande de Saul, Brazil, S. A
.. . 2605 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . 1647 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va
. . .Choate Ave., Pleasantville, N. Y
. . . . 2808 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . 3116 W. 29th St., Richmond Va
.. . 1735 Valley Ave.,
.. 1735 Valley Ave.,
.. 1735 Valley Ave.,
. . . . . 337 S. Laurel St., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . 211 Ramsey Ave., Hopewell, Va
. 116 Dewey Place, Atlantic City, N. J
. . . . . . . 303 Roberts St., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . . .39 Craven St., New Bern, N. C
. . 2903 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va
.. . . . . . . . .. Euclid Ave., Pitman, N. J
Ore Bank, Va
.. . 720 Lee Ave., Fredericksburg, Va
. . . 421 N. Boulevard, Richmond, Va
. . . . 1512 Rogers St., Richmond, Va
. . . . 6205 Lincoln Ave., Baltimore, Md
. . 3151-A Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . 2818 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . 230-6 W. Main St., Richmond, Va
. 101 Pennsylvania Ave., Lynchburg, Va
. . 529 Main Street, Fredericksburg, Va
190, Salem, Va
190, Salem, Va
. . . 1224 Greycourt Ave., Richmond, Va
Box 439, Suffolk,Va
. . . . . 308 Webster Ave., Richmond Va
Chase Cityl Va
128 Bryant St., N.W., Washington, D. C
. . . 3221 Lamb Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . 219 Park Ave., Culpeper, Va
. . . . . Masonic Home, Richmond, Va
. . . . 3309 Second Ave., Richmond Va
. . 409 W. Washington
. . 2114 Rosewood Ave.
St., Suffolk: Va
, Richmond, Va
1609 Charles St., Fredericksburg, Va
, Richmond, Va
. 117 N. Crenshaw Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . . . 1025 Perry St., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . . . 10 Center Hill, Richmond, Va
. . . 2015 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, Va
. 2611 Hawthorne Ave.
, Richmond, Va
. . . 3124 Woodcliff Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . 5 Greenway Lane, Richmond, Va
. . 2342 W. Grace St.
.. 1130 W. Grace St.
's Ferry, W. Va
, Richmond, Va
, Richmond, Val
St., Suffolk, Va
. . 4012 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . 3411 Maryland Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . 2024 Barton Ave., Richmond, Va
3429 Westhampton Ave.
. . 4012 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond, Va
. 3087 Midlothian Pike, Richmond, Va
. . . 1108 Chicawaba Ave., Blytheville, Ark.
. . . . . . . 1114 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . 1504 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . 1300 W. 42nd St., Richmond, Va.
. . . .......... Hato Rey, Puerto. Rica.
. . . ................. Bon Air, Va
Tzm Hffmlretl .md Three
'Q-----"H -1- -1-
uu nn- n un I un
Complzmeufs of COMPLIMENTS OI,
B- BRAUEITS SUNS
QFOR OVER 85 YEARS,
: Phone 3-9077 1307-11 E City Street - SIXTH STREET MARKET DIAL 5-5528
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
5- .--. ---- ---. ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- -.-- --.. -.-. . .--. - . -Q 3- - '-" -llf '-" --'- -'-- ---' IIII '-" -"- A -'-- '--' -"- I I 4-
'!"' "" "" "" "" ' ' ' "" "" "" "" "" ' 'I' 'S' ' ' "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 4'
I C0"fPff"1ffff-f0f Fraternity, College and
STUART 81 BETTS, Inc. Class Jewelry
Wfloolesale Confectioners -1
1315 E. Main St., RICHMQND, VA.
-IEWELER TO THE SENIOR AND JUNIOR CLASSES OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND
AGENTS FOR SCHRAAFT'S CHOCOLATES
WALTER B. ANDERSON
5 W. T. S'rUAwr .T. E. RVEDFORD, JR. : : L' G' BALFOUR PRODUCTS
Prmvirllmlt Nw1'rf'fu r'y-T:'Pu.su1'+'r - : 11 1 BROAD-GRACE ARCADE
L nllll llll llll Ili 6 lllll IIII llll llll llll Illl IIII IIII llll Illlf-IIII IIII I +
E. T. MANKIN, INCORPORATED
JAMES RIVER COLONIAL HAND-MADE BRICK
OFFICE AND EXHIBIT ROOM-527 EAST MAIN STREET
'i""' "" "" "H IIII ml I-IIII IIII lull ml lun un Im lm ull nu ml ull nu nn ml ml ull nu--Illl IIII III' I H' li'
Two Hmzdred and Ffllll'
Kersey, William W., jr. . . .
Pace, Warren M. . .
Kafka, Herman D. . . .
Kaminsky, Isadore . . .
Kaplan, Stanley S. . . . .
Kardian, Richard W. . .
Kayhoe, William F. . . .
Kean, Marshall P. . . .
Keil, Robert K. . . . .
Kellam, Albert S. . . . .
Kellison, james R. ..... .
Kellison, John R., -lr. .
Kerhalus, George T. . . .
Kervan, Jack C. ......, .
Kessler, Walter H. . .
Keyser, Hugh L.
King, Henry E.
King, John B. .... .
Kinsey, Ralph E. . . . .
Kirby, William, jr. . . .
Kirk, William Semple .
Klaffky, Richard C. . . .
Klein, Edward M. . . . .
Knipe, Sydney H., jr. .
Korman, john, Jr., ....
Kraft, Richard H. . . .
Krause, Charles W. . . .
Krug, Robert C. .... .
Kyle, Winheld N. . . .
Laing, William H. . . .
Laird, Douglas W. . . .
Lamm, George B. . . . .
Landers, George H., jr.
Langford, William, jr.
Lankford, Vernon T. .
LaPrade, Randolph C. .
Lavyne, Lester .......'
Lawrence, john S. ....... .
Lawrence, Philip D., jr.
Lawrence, Robert S. . . .
Lazzarini, Alfred A. . . .
Leake, Hunter T. . . . .
Lee, Walter B. ...... .
Levenson, Irwin H. . . .
Levenson, Stuart D. . . .
Lewis, Thomas G. . . .
Lipscomb, Clyde B. . .
Littler, james C. . ..
Locke, John H.
Long, Alvin P. ...... .
Long, Macon M., jr. . .
Long, Reuben T., Jr. .
Lovenstein, Irvin ....
Lowry, Mann Y. . . .
. . . 1308 Bainbridge St., Richmond, Va
.. . . . . . 801 W. Clay St., Richmond, Va
205 S. Rhode Island, Atlantic City, N. 'I
Maynard, William R. . .
Merrick, Ed. bl. ....... .
Michaelson, joseph B. . .
.... 216 W. 33rd St., Norfolk
. . . . 8-09 W. Race St., Pottsyille
. . . . . . 3124 Park Ave., Richmond
........... 823 Hull St., Richmond, Va
. . . 332 Greenway Lane, Richmond, Va
.. . . . 312 Brown Ave., Hopewell, Va
. . 1018 S. Harvey Ave., Oak Park, Ill
............ R.F.D., 3, Richmond Va
. . 1510 Laburnum Ave., Richmond Va
. . 1510 Laburnum Ave.,
. . . . 2506 Preston Ave., Columbia, S. C
....... 114 Lake St., Bluefield, W. Va
Metzger, William H., jr.
. 158 Edgemont Road, Scarsdale, N. Y
.. 1300 N. Hartford St., Arlington, Va
.. . 3127 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va
2817 Flo d Ave Richmond, Va
. . . . . - y .,
. . . . 3916 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va
6429 Three Chopt Road, Richmond, Va
. . . . 83 Prospect St., Huntington, N. Y
. 751 Cleveland Ave., Bridgeport, Conn
.. 5 Columbus Ave., Glen Ridge, N. -I
. . . 2627 Kensington Aye., Richmond, Va
. . 1906 Sherwood Ave., Baltimore, Md
.. . 418 S. Sheppard St., Richmond, Va
. . . . . 1520 Victor St., Richmond, Va
.. . . . . . R.F.D. 4, Richmond, Va
. . . . . 2808 Park Ave., Richmond, Va
614 E. Broad St., Dunn, N. C
. . . 2919 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Va
. . 4219 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va
. . 2819 Stonewall Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . 508 Irving Ave., Syracuse, N. Y
. . . . 124 Prospect St., Covington, N. Y
. . . 4317 Hanover Aye., Richmond, Va
. . . 4317 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va
. . 3309 Florida Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . 408 N. Meadow St., Richmond, Va
.. . 3201 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va
...... 319 W. 28th St., Richmond, Va
. . . . 2335 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va
Lucas, Dargan B. ......... .
Lucas, Irvin ......,..
Lumsden, Virgil M., Jr.
Lyon, Adrian P. ..... .
MacKenzie, William A.
McCammon, Samuel D., Jr. .
McClaren, Samuel L. . . . .
McCrone, Alexander ....
McDonald, James L. . . .
McGehee, Ben H. . . . .
McGehee, John H.
McGehee, Lewis A. . . .
McGriff, William P., II
McNeel Robert L
y, . .... .
McNutt, Charles W. . . . .
McVay, Thomas H., jr.
Mack, joseph H., Jr. . . . .
Major, Clarence E.
Mallery, William C. . ..
Manahan, Harold L. ..
Mandeleris, Gus D.
Maner, William L., jr. . .
Manley, jack H. ....... .
Marable, Dallace Elmo . .
Markham, jesse W. . . .
Markowitz, Martin ....
Martin, Theodore T. . . . .
Martin, Robert J., III . . . .
Mason, Philip B. ...... .
Massie, G. Edmond, III
Matyosha, Jos, W. . . . .
. . 6 Midland Garden, Bronxville, N. Y
. . . . . 2507 E. Clay St., Richmond, Va
. . . . 5016 Drexel Blvd., Chicago, Ill
. . ................... Boyce,
. . . . College Ave., Richmond Va
. . 1104 N. Sheppard St., Richmond, Va
. . . . 1417 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va
1 E. Brookland Pk. Blvd., Richmond, Va
9 Rodes Ave., Sandston, Va
. ............... Readstown, N. J
. . . . . . 10 Dundee Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . 1215 Taylor Ave., Richmond, Va
. 2960 W. Chestnut St., Yakima, Wash
. . . . 3316 Barton Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . 3316 Barton Ave., Richmond, Va
436 S. Kenilworth Ave., Lima, Ohio
. . . . . . . . 321 Floral Ave., Danville, Va
. . . 269 N. Lewis Ave., Staunton, Va
. . . 1030 Hanover Ave., Norfolk, Va
. . . . 3rd Avenue, Runnemede, N. -I
. . 2704 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va
.. . . . . . . . R.F.D. 10, Richmond, Va
. 2920 Ellwood Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . 16 Hancock St., Staunton, Va
. . . 122 30th St., Newport News, Va
. . . . 514 N. 25th St., Richmond, Va
. . . 456 DeWitt Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y
. . . 405 Georgia Court, Towson, Md
. . . . . 405 Georgia Court, Towson, Md
. . . 136 Greenbrier Ave., Hampton, Va
. . . . 4001 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . 15 Stevens Ave., Nashua, N. H
Miller, Alvin K. ...... .
Miller, Charles H. . . . .
Miller, George K. . . .
Miller, Jerry G. . . . ..
Miller, William E. . ..
Milling, Bert W. ..
Mitchell, Steve L. . .
Moody, Samuel M. . .
Moore, George C. . . . .
Moore, John C. . ..
Moore, -lohn K. . . . . .
Moore, Joseph A. . . .
Moore, Robert C. .... .
Moore, Warren, Jr. . . . .
Morgan, Charles A., Ir. . ..
Morrissette, William P.
Morton, Ferdinand H., Jr. . .
Morton, Sidney G. .... .
Murphy, Tames M. .... .
Murrill, Donald P. . .
Nakdimen, Henry .....
Nash, joseph P., Ir.
Nichols, Richard B. . ..
Nicholson, Morton L. ..
Earl L., jr.
Noffsinger, ,lack R. . . .
Marlin T. . .
Noonan, john J. . . . .
Norfleet, James D. . ..
O'Bannon, Charles G. . .
Ogburn, William D.
Oldham, Wm. Dortch .
Overton, Edward T.
Owen, Irvin K. .... .
Owen, Richard C. . ..
Owens, Harold G. . ..
Owens, Spencer . . .
Palmer, Robert R. . . .
Paris, Woodrow W. . . .
Parkerson, William F. . .
Parrish, Randolph H. . .
Paul, Ell Gradey ....
Pauli, Edwin F. . ..
Pepi, Michael S. .... .
Perkins, Horace E. . . .
Perkins, John G. . . .
Peters, James L. .... .
Allan J., Jr. . . . .
Phillips, Leslie H., -Ir. . .
Phillips, Marshall gl. . ..
Phillips, Robert M. . .
Philpott, Albert L. ..
Pickels, Ralph K. . . . .
Pierce, Warren G. . ..
Piper, Robert E., Jr. . . .
Pitt, Malcolm U. ..... .
Pohlig, Oscar A., Ir. . . .
Pollard, George M. , . . .
Powell, Frederick H. . . .
Powers, John F. ...... ,
Prettyman, William S. . .
Price, Blanton E. . . . .
Price, Harvey B. . ..
Pugh, lames D. . . .
Pugh, Thomas E. ..
Pullv, William R. . ..
Purdy, Leonard A. . . .
. . 326 Roseneath Road, Richmond, Va.
........... 5 York St., Richmond, Va.
1103 Kenmore Ave., Fredericksburg, Va
3206 Grifhn Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . 101 Beverly Court, Mobile, Ala.
. . . -605 Watt St., Martinsville Va.
. . . 1808 Third Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . 1516 Carlisle Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . 1516 Carlisle Ave., Richmond, Va.
290-0 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va.
.. . 3208 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va.
. .............. Winifrede, W
.. . 20 N. Allen Ave., Richmond, Va.
. 228 Cameron Ave., Petersburg, Va.
.. . 2111 Fourth Ave., Richmond, Va.
.. 6205 Towana Road, Richmond
.. 3010 Barton Ave., Richmond
.. . . . 2107 Third Aye., Richmond
. . . 607 Greenwood Road, Roanoke
.. . 218 S. Boulevard, Richmond
. 312 N. 32nd St., Richmond
. . Holland
. . 113 N. West St., Charleston, W.
. . . . 3101 Fifth Avenue,
Care Southwestern Co., Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . . 20 Watson Court, Petersburg, Va.
.. . 2006 Hampton Blvd., Norfolk Va.
. . . . 1505 Perry St., Richmond, Va.
.. . . . 1021 Ann St., Portsmouth, Va.
206 Hillside Ave., Bloomfield, N
.. . 4300 Columbia Pike, Arling-ton, Va.
. . . 2916 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . 3448 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . 816 N. 35th St., Richmond, Va.
3161 North Ave., Richmond, Va.
.. . 112 N. Allen Ave., Richmond, Va.
... 142 West 101 St., New York, N. Y.
. . . . . R.F.D. 6, Box 58, Richmond, Va.
R.F.D. 6, Box 58, Richmond Va.
. . . . 3315 W. Grace St., Richmond Va.
. . . 2702 Grove Ave., Richmond Va.
........... Box 163, Hopewell Va.
. . . 204 S. Market St., Petersburg Va.
. . . . 2900 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . 221 Hickory St., Petersburg, Va.
. . 3125 Monument Ave., Richmond Va.
. . . . . . 3918 Park Ave., Richmond Va.
. . . . 712 N. 35th Street, Richmond Va.
. . 3035 Moss Side Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . 3105 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . 1129 Stewart St., South Norfolk
. . Exmore,
.. . . . 39 Willwav Ave., Richmond
... . . . .. 12 Williams St., Phoebus
Route 10, Richmond
. 1-609 Franklin St., Fredericksburg,
. . . 1308 Bainbridge St., Richmond,
. . 2817 Stonewall Ave., Richmond
Pusey, Rollo Ivan . .. ....... 1824 Park Ave., Richmond, Va.
Ranev, William N. ......................... Morgan Hill, Calif.
Rawlings, Dorsey Cole . . 1400 Washington Ave., Fredericksburg, Va.
Rea, T. Russell ................................... Spencer Va.
Reams, Clyde E. ...... ......... 2 02 N. 34th St., Richmond Va.
ReMine, James A., Jr. ..... 4200 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va.
ReMine, Philip Gordon .......... 312-0 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va.
ReMine, William H. ............ 3120 Stuart Ave., Richmond Va.
Resch, joseph J. ....... .... 9 14 Sylvania Ave., Fredericksburg, Va.
Reynolds, George E. . . . ............... Route 5, Richmond, Va.
Two Hfmdred and Fire
The Home of Better Milla
I GRADE AA MILK-CREAM-BUTTERMILK-FRESH EGGS
I IHIIIIIII W. IXIAIN SIrRIfI2'I' IDIAI. 5-2858
+- II-I .III II-- -.-I I--I --.. --I- -I-- -.-I --I. E I - ---I ..-. I.-. --.- --II -III -I.- -.-- I--- --II -I-- E --II - I... I .-.. -.-. -III I.-- --I. I --.- -.-- --.. I I -,-- ---. ---- ---I --I- ---. I I I .--. I I I I
-I--I -I-I -'-' E I--1 I-I- - -g- -I-I --I- -'-' 'I-' I--- --I- -'-- '--' I--1 - I - I - - - I-
Morton G. Thalhimer, Inc.
REAL ESTATE I
A ICE CREAM
IIII5 Mm SI.
.II II.I IIII I I III -I-I IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII III- IIII IIII I-II IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII I I I I -I
I-I -I-I 'III IIII IIII -III 'III IIII IIII I'II IIII IIII IIII II'I IIII I I ' IIII IIII I -1- I- I I I I I I I I I I -I-
N, S I c,oIIIPI,IIIIIiN'I's III-'
, The Hudson Baile Paint Co.
MEN 5 WEAR y
HART, SCIIAEENIQR si MARX CLOTHES BAN-EY'S
709-711 E Bmad Street PAINTS - VARNISH - ENAMELS
H RICHMQND, VIRGINIA RICHMOND, VA. DIAL 2-6518
II III, IIII IIII IIII IIII III. IIII IIII .III IIII IIII I I II I IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII I I I IIII I I I I I
?,, ,,,, ,,,, Im, sign IIIII lull IIII IIII IIII Illl llvl lvll ullv llll llvl IIII lll: I I I I I I I I I I I I
4- , -I-
i Z BELLVVOOD
A FRIEND BY
W. H. WILLIAMS 85 CO., INC.
I+- IIII IIII IIII IIII I I I -III IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII III. I I I I I IIII IIII IIII III. I I I I I .IL
, NTINE AUCTIO ,
General AUCIIOHCCFS UCTI IIO, Expert Appralsers
Office and Warerooms , ' I .I 'A Tele hone
406 EAST MAIN STREET RICHM D1ALp2I5492
CHAS. B. VALENTINE, Manager
Tzu! HlI11Lfl'L'ofI1llcj Six
. . 1500 Victor St., Richmond, Va.
Rhodes, M. Watkins . ..
Rhodes, Robert A.
Rice, Marion L., Jr. . . .
Rich, William T. ..... .
. . . . . . University of Richmond, Va
. . . . . . . University of Richmond, Va
. . . 5201 Fendall Ave., Richmond, Va
.. . .. 1017 Walnut Ave., Baltimore, Md
Richards, Stanton C. .......... 20 Pleasant Ave., Bronxville, N. Y
Richardson, Straughan S.,
Roberson, William L. . ..
Roberts, George E. .,..... .
Roberts, Shilly H. ..... .
Robertson, David L., -lr. .
Robertson, Donald K. ..
Robertson, Robert E. . ..
Robertson, William C. ..
Robinson, Charles ......
Robinson, Morris ......
Robinson, William M. . .
Rochkind, George ......
Rockoff, Herman S. . . .
Rogers, David R. . . . .
Roper, William Y. . . .
Rose, Frank L., jr. . . . .
Ross, George W. . . .
Rosser, Broaddus V. . .
Round, Harry ........
Routon, Charles R. . . .
Ryan, William S. . . .
Sadler, George W. . .
Salisbury, Saul .......
Salsbury, Jason M. .... .
Sandridge, William A. . .
Sanger, -lulian D. ..... .
Sasmor, Daniel J. ..... .
Satterfield, Dave E., III . .
Sauer. Lester M. ...... . .
Saunders, Charles A. . . . .
Saunders, Leander T., jr.
Saunier, Paul, jr. ....... .
Shaffer, William P. .... .
Schapiro, Edward R. . .
Schiel, Herman F. .... .
Scheer, George F., slr. . . .
Schoolz, ,lohn A. .... . .
Schrieberg, Eli I. .... .
Scott, M. Winfield ,...
Sease, Robert H. .,... .
Seifert, William O. . . . .
Shackelford, George H. .
Shaia. William H. .... . .
Sheaffer, Wilbur M. . . . .
Sheffield, Lawrence B., jr. . .
Sheintoch, Martin ......
Shepherd, Allan T., jr. . .
Shiflett, Robert W. ..... .
Siegal, Gilbert .......
Simpson, james P. ..
Sinar, Edward ......
Sisson, Hugh H. ..... .
Skeen, Richard W., Jr. . .
Skinner, Wilbur L. . . .
Smith, ,lack S. ...... . .
Smith, William M. . . .
Snead, Harry L., jr. . . .
Snead, ROV M. .... .
Snow, Billy J. ...... .
Snowa, Otis E. ....... .
Snyder, William N. .... .
Southworth, Thomas F. .
Spahn, Philip ..........
Spence, Emmett L. . ..
Spiers, Lawrence E. . . . .
Sproles, john H. . . . .
St. Clair, Alvan L. . . . .
Stafford, Vernon C. ..
Stanley, Robert E. . . .
Starke, Parke P., jr. . .
Steinberg, Ephraim .....
Steiner, Henry L. ...... .
Steinmetz, Granville H. . .
Stephenson, George A., jr. . . . .
Sternberg, Alex B. ..... .
Stokes, Claiborne H. . . . .
Stone, Robert L. ...... .
Stoneburner, Seabury D. . . . .
Story, Walter F. ...... .
Straus, Allyn C., Jr. . . .
Jr. ........................ Lilian, Va
. . . . . . . 208 N. 7th Ave., Hopewell, Va
........... 209 Fifth Ave., Pelham, N. Y
.108 Fairfax Ave., Col. Hts., Petersburg, Va
. . . . . . . . 5528 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va
. . 5528 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va
. ...... 50 Locust Ave., Hampton, Va
.. . 2024 Idlewood Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . 255 Rocton Ave., Bridgeport, Conn
. . . . . . . . . . . . . Soonchun, Korea, fAsiaJ
. . . 4416 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . Masonic Home,
.... 1201 St. ,lohn St.,
... 1210 Linden Ave.,
.... 25 Towana Rd.,
620 North Road,
. 2026 Grayland Ave.,
..... 514 N. 25th St.,
Medical College of Virginia,
. . . . 1050 Anderson Ave., New York, N. Y
5222 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va
.. . 1827 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . 8 Clark Road, Richmond, Va
. . . University Heights, Richmond, Va
. . . . 650 Leigh St.. Richmond, Va.
.. . 2009 W. Grace St.,
. . . . 2450 Venable St.,
. 2822 Woodcliff Ave.
5020 Ed ewood
. . . . . , - g ,
. . 100 Gun Club Road,
. . . . 509 Depew St.,
....... 22 Myrtle Sr.,
. . . 11-01 West Clay St..
Box 520, Benhams,Va
.. 2251 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va
..... 105 Halifax St.,
2529 Maplewood Ave., Richmond, Va
2817 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond. Va
1212 Grand Concourse, Bronx, N. Y
. 615 Alleghany St., Clifton Forge, Va
. . . . 5217 Brook Road, Richmond
. Narrows, Va.
... 218 W. 12th St., Richmond, Va
. . . . . R.F.D. A-1, Winchester, Va
Dillw n, Va
.. 144 Carroll Ave., Col. Heights Va.
. . . 6600 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . . . 2512 Park Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . 57 Westbury Ave., Staten Island, N. Y
. . . . . 5116 E. Marshall St., Richmond Va.
. . . . . . . . 45 Crescent St.. Rutland, Vt
. . . . . . River Road, Richmond Va
. . . 24 S. Cherry St., Richmond:Va
. . . 412 Woods Ave.. Roanoke, Va.
. . 202 S. Mulberry St
ff f f 'acid iii' igf si
... 1411N. 22nd St
. . 1719-A Grove Ave:
... 5555 W. Grace St.,
5615 Hawthorne Ave.,
5005 Brook Rd
. Ashland, Va
. . . . 1005 Maryland Ave., Suffolk, Va
. 2600 Monument Ave., Richmond Va
Stubbs, john L. ....... .
Sullivan, Joseph O., vlr. .
Surber, William H., jr. .
Talley, Robert V. .... . .
Tate, Owen F. ....... . .
Taylor, Gervas S., hlr. . . .
Taylor, jackson tl. ..., .
Taylor, Warren F. . . .
Taylor, William A. . ..
Terry, William S. ..... .
Thistlethwaite, James R. . . .
Thomas, Carlson R. .... .
Thomas, Harding L. . .
Thomas, Joseph B. . . .
Thomas, Paul C. ..... .
Thompson, Abner N. . . .
Thomson, Earl L. .... .
Tiller, Vincent S. . . . .
Todd, julian P. .. . . .
Topham, William F. . .
Townsend, Morton . . .
Townsend, Walter S. . .
Trille, Emilie F. ...... .
Turkington, James W. . . .
Turner, Theodore R. . .
Tutwiler, T. Stanford . . .
Tyler, Earl W., jr. . . . .
Ullman, Edward N. . . . .
Uzzle, Frederick Booth . .
Valentine. Charles P., -lr.
Van Buren, Robert P. . . .
Van Buskirk, Bruce P., . .
Van Leeuwen, Evan B. . .
Vaughan, Cecil Porter, -lr. ......,.............. .
Vogt, Elmo J. ........ .
Vranian, Floyd R. ..... .
Vranian, George .......
Wagner, James Arthur .
Waddington, Frederick A.
Waite, George T. .... . .
Walthall, Charles T.
Walthall, Harvey M. . ..
Wallace, James ........
Warriner, Thomas E., jr.
Washer, Roy J. ....... .
Watkins, Charles A., glr. .
Watkins, john B. ..... . .
Watkins, john T., Jr. . . .
Watkins, Harry E. . . . . .
Watson, Paul G. . . . .
Watts, Arnold F. ..... .
Watts, Stanley S. ...... .
Waymack, William J., jr.
Weaver, Albert F. ..... .
Wellhouse, Henry A. . . .
Wellman, Allan H. .... .
Welton, Chauncey G. ..
Wermuth, Scott H., lr. . . .
Weston, Benjamin H. . . .
Wheeler, Alfred M. . . .
Wheeler, F. Edge .....
White, George L., jr. . . .
White, Thomas W., lr. .
Whitlatch, Carlton A. . .
Whitley, George P., blr. . .
Wholey. Walter D. . . .
Wiatt, Frank C., Jr. . .
Wicker, ,lohn T. . . . .
Widener, W. Harry . . .
Wiggins, joe W. .... .
Wiley, Thomas J. ..... .
Wilkinson, William B. . .
Williams, Aubrey S., jr. .
Williams, B. Gay ......
Williams, Stuart L. . . . .
Williams, T. Nelson ....
Willing, Mark S., jr. . . . .
Willis, Addison G., Jr. . .
Willis, Lawrence H. . . .
Wills, Samuel G. . . .
Wilson, Calvin L. . . .
Wingo, Charlie F. . . .
Monroe Terrace, Apt. 5-C, Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . . . 900 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . . 207 N. 56th St., Richmond, Va.
.......... 125 Broad St.. Danville, Va.
. . 5210 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va.
.. 1606 Yee St., S.E., Washington, D. C.
. . . 5505 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va.
........... 892 Pine St., Danville, Va.
........... R.F.D. 5, Martinsville, Va
. . 501 Ridgepost Ave., Clifton Forge, Va.
. . . . . . . 817 Prospect Ave., Bristol, Va.
. . . . 805 Lancaster Rd., Richmond, Va.
. . . 711 Maiden Lane, Roanoke
. . . . 126 Shore St., Petersburg, Va.
. . . . 126 Shore St., Petersburg, Va.
. . . . Box 96, Carolina, Puerto Rico.
. . . . 285 Griffith St., Jersey City, N. J.
. . 6905 Glendale Rd., Chevy Chase. Md.
. . . . 4109 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . . 5107 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . 555 E. Washington St., Petersburg, Va.
. . . . 5516 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . 2701-A Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va.
. 6 Gramatian Gardens, Bronxville, N. Y.
. . . . . 1518 Brunswick Ave., Norfolk, Va.
2926 Westhampton Ave., Richmond, Va.
2926 Westhampton Ave., Richmond, Va.
...... Route 5, Box 129,
. . . . . . . . 2208 Park Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . 2904 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va.
. 1554 Willianisburg Rd., Richmond, Va.
.......... 821 W. 50th St., Richmond, Va.
. . . . 821 W. 50th St., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . 2854 Park Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . 5201 Fourth Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . 210 N. Stafford Ave., Richmond. Va.
. . . 210 N. Stafford Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . . 2918 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . 5205 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . 5128 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va.
.. 2512 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . 900 N. Frederick St., Arlington, Va.
. . 810 Brompton St., Fredericksburg, Va.
. . 2505 Maplewood Ave., Richmond, Va.
.... . 2210 E. Broad St., Richmond Va.
. . . . . 1516 E. james St., Lancasteri Pa.
. . 205 E. Trinity Ave., Durham, N. C.
. . 809 Marye St., Fredericksburg, Va.
. . . . 120 Apple Ave., Hampton, Va.
. . . 1100 Clark St., Fayetteville, N. C.
. . 2208 Jefferson Ave., Richmond Va
. . . . 408 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va.
. . . 5411 Gloucester St., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . 5801 York Rd., Richmond, Va.
. . . . 5617 Brook Rd., Richmond Va
.. . . . . . 900 N. 56th St., Richmond, Va.
. . 1162 Monticello Ave., Petersburg, Va.
. . . . . . . . 5122 Salem St., Richmond, Va.
. . . R.F.D. 10, Box 205, S. Richmond Va
Two Hznzdred amz' Sezfeu
tion Im 11 llll -tit +11 1111 +
IM BRE D A LET
Al .. .
.,., 1,1, . ap
W HITTET CSI
Atlas Baking Co., Inc.
RICHMOND, VA. R I C I-I M Q N D
Tltinihersitp uf irbmunh
1. RICHMOND COLLEGE, liberal arts and sciences for men, R. B. Pinchbeck, Ph.D., Dean.
2. XXIFSTHAMPTON COLLFGF, liberal arts and sciences for women,
May L. Keller, Ph.D., Dean.
5. THE T. C. WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF LAW, for men and women, M. Ray Doubles, j.D., Dean.
4. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, for men and women,
Geo. M. Modlin, Ph.D., Director.
5. GRADUATE SCHOOL, for men and women, B. C. Holtzclaw, Ph.D., Director.
6. SUMMER SCHOOL, for men and women, W. L. Prince, M.A., Director.
Each college or department publishes a catalogue which will be sent upon application to the Dean or
Director. P. O. University of Richmond, Va.
The University of Richmond is on the approved list of the Association of American Universities, and
of the American Bar Association, and holds membership in the Association of American University
Women, the Association of American Colleges, the Association of American Law Schools, the Southern
Association of Colleges and has a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.
F. W. BOATWRIGHT, Prefidezzf.
-i-- '--' -f" -i-
Tuw Hzzznlfwf .md Iiilglwl
Arwood, Anne Elizabeth
Wiltshire, Alfred O. . .
Winn, Julian O. . . . . .
Winkles, S. Allan ..... . . .
Winston, Beverly K. . . . .
Woolard, Charles H. . . . .
Wood, Russell E. ........ .
Wornom, Samuel J., Jr. . . . .
Wren, Woodrow W. . . .
Wrenn, Wilbur H. . . .
Wright, Cecil S., Jr. . .
Abernethy, Kathleen . . .
Adair, Lucia Allen .
Addison, Anne Fox . .
Aler, Jane .........
Allen, Evelyn Lorne
Allen, Lucy Burke . ..
Allman, Elise .......
Alston, Virginia ........
Arnold, Mary Lorraine ....
Atkins, Charlotte Ruth . . .
Aycock, Madge Marie ....
Babb, Ann Carolyn ........
Badenoch, Marion Frances . . .
Bailey, Frances Bell ..... .
Baird, Lucy Wynn . ..
Ball, Virginia Lee . ..
Barlow, Joanne ......
Bass, Eunice Virginia . .
Batten, Hildah Cofer
Beam, Martha Lillian ..
Beard, Marjorie Jean .....
Beazley, Frances Wood . . .
Beeks, Jean Clardey ....
Beverley, Martha Belle ....
.... . . . . . . . College Rd., Richmond,
. U. S. Veterans Hospital,
. . . . . . 1703 Seddon Rd., Richmond,
. . . . . . 1406 N. 22nd St., Richmond,
3217 Hanes Ave., Richmond,
. 443 Newport News Ave., Hampton,
. 3516 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond,
. . . . . 201 Roanoke St., Richmond,
. . . . 9 N. Granby St., Richmond,
Wi'igl1t, John W., -lr. . ..
Robert M. . .
Wright, Werter G. . .
Wriglit, Wesley . . .
Wyzltt, Evans Y. . . .
Wymbs, Roy P. . . .
Yarchin, Erick F. ....... .
Younts, Charleton P., Jr. . .
Zicafoose, Harold C. . .
. . . . . . . . . . 2 Clark Rd., Richmond, Va
3601 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond
.. . 828 Spotswood Ave., Norfolki
Rt. 8, Richmond
.. 3002 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va
Rt. 4, Richmond,Va
1315 North 20th St., Richmond, Va
. . . . 105 Elizabeth St., Clearfield, Pa
. . . . . . 920 Sabot St., Richmond, Va
. . 1008 W. 45th St., Richmond, Va.
Princeton, N. C.
. 3203 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va.
..... 27 Willway Rd.,
55 Lock Lane, Richmond, Va.
. . . . 7200 Hermitage Rd., Richmond
......... 711 N. Blvd., Richmond
2309 Ma levsood Ave.,
Hamlet, N. C.
. p f
1912 Princess Anne Ave., Richmond
Blair, Elizabeth Montgomery ...... 118 N. Morris St., Richmond, Va
Blake, Jane Elizabeth ............ 3029 Noble Ave., Richmond, Va
Blake, Lois .............. . . 3029 Noble Ave., Richmond, Va
Boehling, Mary Anne . . . . . . 3021 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va
Booker, Reba Mae .... ...................... N aruna, Va
Bowers, Jean ............... 3616 Seminary Ave., Richmond Va
Brinson, Margaret Ruth ............ 268 E. 39th St., Norfolk? Va.
Brittingham, Margaret Evelyn
Buchanan, Annabel .................. 16 S. Blvd., Richmond, Va.
Bugg, Virginia Hall .......... 5500 Riverside Drive, Richmond Va.
Burfoot, Edith McDowell .........................
Burnette, Mildred Colo-ta . . 652 Northumberland Ave., Roanoke: Va.
Butterworth, Ellen Rives ............,..........
Buxton, Mary Moseley . .. ..... 1001 Grove Ave.,
Calisch, Frances Claudia ....
3018 Kensington Ave., Richmond,Va.
Call, Ann Hooper ........ 3212 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond Va.
Campbell, Julia Adelaide ........
Campbell, Lois Inez ........
Cardoza, Beatrice Louise ....
3204 Grove Ave., Richmond Va.
3110 Kensington Ave., Richmond,Va.
Cardwell, Elizabeth Pendleton. .1817 Monument Ave., Richmond Va.
Carpenter, Fay Dalton .....
Carper, Elizabeth Hunter
Carter, Mary Sue ........
Chambliss, Ann Bolling
Christian, Mildred Collier . . .
Christiansen, Aida Lesley ....
Claiborne, Eugenia Macon ..
Cla Mar Lee
ry, y. ..........
Clary, Rosalie Gordon ......
Clements, Marjorie Ware . .
Clifton, Evelyn Mae ........
Coghill, Phyllis Ann ........
Coo er Alison Louise
.. 2409 Rosewood Ave., Richmond
...... 235 E. 22d St., New York City
. . . . . 2111 Fourth Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . 147-09 14th Ave., Whitestone, N. Y.
Federal Reserve Bank, Charlotte, N. C.
. . . . 209-A N. 28th St., Richmond, Va.
2327 Maplewood Ave., Richmond, Va.
404 S. Washington St., Winchester, Va.
p , ......
Cortopassi, Pauline .... .... 4 318 Stonewall Ave., Richmond,Va.
Cosby, Evelyn Linda .... .
. . 2101 E. Marshall St., Richmond, Va.
Cosby, Evelyn Virginia ..
Cosby, Ida Madeline .....
Crabtree, lvfary Margaret . .
Crawford, Kathleen Frances
Crobarger, Jeanne Carolyn
Cunningham, Clarine Totty
Dalton, Kalima .........
Daniel, Betty Jo ........
d'Avesne, Alys Leontine . .
Davis, Nancy Ellen ......
DeBoe, Frances Virginia .
Derring, Milly Esther
Dickinson, Charlotte Ann .
Dill, Dorothy Amelia ....
Disney, Doris Menger, . ..
Dodd, Helen Marie ....
Dorsey, Ellen Bourne
Dorsey, Lois Catherine
Doyle, Caroline Virginia .
Drumwright, Edna Frazier
Duke, Dorothy Ann .....
Duval, Mary Louise .....
Eckles, Barbara Ruth . ..
Elder, Marv Cornelia . . .
Emerson, Mary Lillian
Epes, Gladys Rebecca ....
Evans, Elizabeth Jeannette .
Evers, Anne Theresa .....
Farley, Ruth . ...........
Fennell, Josephine Franklin
Figg, Virginia Lee .........
Flanagan, Ethne Crowder .
Flanagan, Eunice Signora .
Flax, Evelyn Selma ......
Ford, Doris Anne .......
Forrer, Margaret Elizabeth
Foster, Audrey Lister .....
Fountain, Emmy Smithson
Francis, Kathleen Burke ..
Frank, Eleanor Anne. ................ .
Franklin, James Elizabeth .
Fugate, Maureen Ophelia
Fuller, Barbara Marshall . .
Gaddis, Cecile Bearden . . .
Gardner, Lelia Norlleet . . .
Gardner, Ruth Virginia . ..
Gary, Carolyn Hatcher
Gillelan, Patricia Kathryn Si
Gonzalez, Ninita Orts
Goode, Sarah Trimble . .
Grant, Jean Simons ..
Gregory. My1'i1 Ann .....
Gresham, Janet Moore. . . .
Grigsby, Frances Elizabeth
Gustafson, Mildred Jane . .
Gwaltney, Ann Fisher ....
. . . 1344 Bedford Ave., Richmond, Va
........ . .. Route 8, Richmond, Va.
... 6805 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
.. . . . . .. 314 Linden St., Camden, N. J
.. . 902 Sylvania Ave., Fredericksburg, Va.
. . . . . .. 41 Winslow St., Roxbury, Mass
.. . 81-130 E. Dixie Highway, Miami, Fla.
. . . 2103 North Ave., Richmond,
2101 E. Marshall St., Richmond, Va.
. . . Caixa 1982, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
. 2319 Rosewood Ave., Richmond,
26 Willway Rd., Richmond,
. 731 Byrd Park Court, Richmond,
.. 1019 Prospect Ave., Pulaski,
........... N. Main St., Blakely,
421 North Boulevard, Richmond
1111 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va.
400 Royal Ave., Front Royal, Va.
1603 Magnolia St., Richmond, Va.
. . 69 Standish Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa.
606 W. 31st St., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . . . . . Prince Frederick, Md.
304 Brown Ave., Hopewell,Va.
Union Level, Va.
3518 Moss Side Ave., Richmond, Va.
.. . . 3324 Park Ave., Richmond Va.
. . 2111 Fourth Ave., Richmond Va.
. . . . 216 S. Linden St., Richmond Va.
.. . . . 3903 Hanover Ave.,
12 Moore Ave., Hempstead, N. Y.
. . . , 3921 Seminary Ave., Richmond
. . . . . Rt. 2, Box 241, Richmond,
. 3116 Fendall Ave., Richmond
. . . . 4007 Wythe Ave., Richmond
.. . 301 Roseneath Rd., Richmond
14 S. Sheppard St., Richmond
. . . . . . . . 3018 Noble Ave., Richmond
211 Kayewell Ave., Cape Charles
1409 Chesapeake Ave., So. Norfolk
220 Ferguson Ave., Hilton Village,
. . . 1446 S.W. 16th St.. Miami.
Box 492, Petersburg,
. , 124 Winder St., Henderson, N. C.
321-6 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va.
9 Maxwell Rd., Richmond, Va.
nillie . 630 Bergen Ave., Jersey City, N. J.
Goldfarb, Esther ................ 532 N. 18th St
., Richmond Va.
3109 Hanes Ave., Richmond Va.
, . . 30 Albemarle Ave., Richmond Va.
4007 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . 1021 N. Tilden St., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . . 2914 Griffin Ave., Richmond Va.
.. 1212 Confederate Ave Richmond Va.
.. 2315 Maplewood Ave Richmond Va.
Tim Hzmdrerz' .md N me
E Ererhy Gl'zlIl,111IfU ix I1 Fzzfzzre -
+- ---- '--' --'- - + 7-I --'-
HHONESTLY, IT'S THE BEST POLICY"
I WILL ALWAYS SELL GOOD USED CARS
AND NEW FORDS, MERCURY AND
INSURANCE COMPANYS I
Let's Get Acquaiuted
ATLANTIC AGENCY, Inc.
QTEDQ EDVUARD L. KINDER General Agent
Richmond Motor Co. l0th and Broad Sts. 217 Mutual Building' Richmond' Va'
'E' ' "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ' ' ' "" "" "" "" "" "" "" " i 'E' ' "" "" "" 'I" IIII I I I 'III 'I1' IIII I'vI III1 Ilfl vlll I I I I I I I I I
+I ---- ---- I--- - -1- +I ----
! ' 3
: f - - ROLL RIGHT IN
MARROW -- Florlsts
STORE: 504 North em Street To
Dial Phone 3-0938, 2-2590 E
5913 Complete Line of Farley
GREENHOUSES: 1556 North 19th Street Baked 600415
- RICHMOND- VA- 2752 W. Broad Street Dial 5-7417
4- II,I I.II ..,. - Q. 4- .-.- --.- . . 4.
ji" "" ' "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ' ' ' "" "" "" "" "" "" ' '!' ' ' "" "" ' "" "" "" "" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 'I'
2 E- W- RUDD, INC- Wm. F. Gravins 81 Co., Inc.
Plumbing - :- Heating
PROIIIIYI' .24-I'IUL7R REPAIR SERVICE Shenandoah Valley
TIMKEN OIL BURNERS Food Pfmfff
Dial 4-9061 23 and 25 South 13th Street
EIl1El'gel1Cy Dial 4-6696 OI' 5-7866 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
E 9-11 South Belmont Avenue 5
4- -.-- .--. I --.- - --L -i-- -I-- - -1
"" "" "" ' '!' 4'
IJ. I-In VA.
BOOK MANUFACTURERS Egmblblged 1871
RICHMOND VIRGINIA Phone 3-5378
-i-- --.- -.-- - -- --Ii -i-- -..- -- - -I-
Tzm H Illldftfcl tzml 71611
McDonough, Lucy Ellen .....
.. 5929 Wayne Ave., Germantown, Pa
Hall, Dorothy Traynham . . 26 Brookwood Drive, N.W., Atlanta, Ga
Hall, Stella Louise ........ 4536 W. Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va
Hardaway, Emily Alese ....
Hallmark, Maryanne .......,
Hargrove, Bernice Sutphin . .
Hargrove, Doris Ann ..,. . .
Hargrove, Pattie Phillips ....
Harris, Anne Elizabeth ....
Harshbarger, Dorothy Bernice
Hayes, Sarah Lavinia ......
Henry, Mary Elizabeth .....
Herrink, Helen Reed
Hertzberg, Bella ........ . .
Hewes, Dorothy Virginia . .
Hewitt, Alice June .,....
Hilbish, Jane Canody
Hill, Helen James ......
Hinchman, Mary Erina ...,
Hogan, Mary Elizabeth ....
Hoffman, Mary Duane . . .
Hoffman, Rosellen .......,....
Holden, Elizabeth Dillard ..
Hinchman, Noel Eileen
Holland, Louise Giles . ..
Hood, Frances Mozelle ....
Hood, Jean Champion . ..
Hoover Catherine Bird .....
Howe, Harriet Wylly ......
Howerton, Mildred Turnley .
Huffman, Jeanne Wortham . .
Huxter, Shirley ..........,.
Irving, Ruth Bancroft . ..
Ives, Rosemary ..........
Jacobsen, Dagmar Florence
James Mildred L ell
-. ., y ..,..,.
Jeffries, Helen ,.........
Jenkins, Laura Virginia . ..
Joblin, Patsy Sarah .........
Johnson, Betty Jeanice .,...
Johnson, Helen Elizabeth ......
Johnston Mar aret Althea
. , 8 - '
Jones, Kathleen Carmen .....
Jones, Miriam Allene .,....
Jones, Virginia Lee .....
Jung, Lillian Henrietta . ..
Kalaian Mar aret Dora
1 , g . . .
Kayhoe, Mary Ellsworth ....
Kemler, Carol .............
Keshishian, Nellie Marie . .
Keuffel, Elsa Marie ........
Keyser, Marie Estelle .... ..
Kidd, Elsie Katherine .....
Kindell, Eleanor Cookson ....
Koltukian, Rose Ware ....
Krapin, Ida Shirley ..... . .
Krug, Barbara Young . .
Kyle, Peggy Jeanne
La Chance, Mrs. Tamis ........... 315 S. Third St
Lafoon, Mary Florence ......
Land, Ada May ....... . . .
Lane, Janice Louise ..... ..
Latham Ruth Baile
, y ......
Lawson, Christine Octavia . . .
Lawson, Evie Chambers ........
Stony Creek, Va
. .2728 Woodrow Ave., Richmond, Va
. . 3403 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va
. 3403 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va
. . 4010 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va
. 303 8th Ave., St. Albans, W. Va
Rt. 2, Franklin,Va
Mansion Hill, Hopewell,
17 S. Blvd., Richmond,
. . 3301 West Grace St., Richmond,
605 E. 19th St., Chester,
2526 Hanover Ave., Richmond,
. . . 46 Willway Ave., Richmond,
1701 VU. Grace St., Richmond,
. 435 Bluemont Ave., Roanoke,
. . 40 Jewel St., Forest Hills, N. Y
17 Pear Ave., Newport News,
1601 W. Grace St., Richmond,
. . . . . . . . 304 Clay St., Franklin, Va
. . . . 407 Henri Rd., Richmond, Va
. . .. 716 S. Adams St., Petersburg, Va
Rt. 3, Richmond, Va
2307 Maplewood Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . 217 N. Saratoga St., Suffolk, Va
. . . . . . 105 Libbie Ave., Richmond, Va
1309 Westbrook Ave., Richmond Va
. . . . . . . Box 156, Charlottesville Va
.. 3105 Barton Ave., Richmond, Va
Browns Store, Va
1250 23d St., Newport News Va
. . . 14 Ellsworth Ave., Yonkers, N. Y
. 3612 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va
3913 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va
.. Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va
. . . 3023 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va
3410 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va
717 W. Cary St., Richmond, Va
. . . . 1825 Stephen St., Brooklyn, N. Y
. . . 112 N. Meadow St., Richmond, Va
.. 332 Greenway Lane, Richmond, Va
. . . . 1908 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md
59 Bayview Ave., Port Washington, N. Y
744 Boulevard, East, W
3127 Garland Ave.
eehawken, N. J
, Richmond, Va
. . . 406 S. Sheppard St., Richmond, Va
. . . 75 Florence Ave.,
.... 6105 Howard Rd
Sharon Hill, Pa
., Richmond, Va
. . . . . 2115 Venable St., Richmond, Va
.. 418 S. Sheppard St., Richmond, Va
...... 1520 Victor St
., Richmond, Va
., Richmond, Va
4525 Leonard Parkway, Richmond, Va
1502 Peachtree Blvd.
, Richmond, Va
. . 4209 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . 3220 Enslow Ave., Richmond, Va
308 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va
Leary, Lelia Arlette .......... 1305 Nottoway Ave., Richmond, Va
Lenton, Marjorie Farquhar ..
Levine, Ethel ..............
Leviston, Kathryn Rebecca . . .
Lewis, Barbara Jean ......
Lewis Harriett .......
Lucille Jean ....
Margaret Hatton . .
. . 2001 Idlewood Ave.
.. . 402 N. Tilden St.
1610 Grove Ave
, Richmond, Va
, Richmond, Va
., Richmond, Va
3112 Grove Ave.,
. . . 36-40 Bowne St., Flushing, N. Y
3112 Grove Ave., Richmond,
4817 Hanover Ave., Richmond,
y , . . . . .
Loving, Juliette Paige ........
1507 Laburnum Ave., Richmond, Va
MacMurtr Elizabeth Farwell 331 Cabot St Beverl Mass
Lucas, Judith Carter ......
Lumpkin, Annabel Farinhol
Lyle, Katherine Lee ............ 204 S. Linden St., Richmond,
3505 First Ave., Richmond,
t .............. Chesterfield C.H.,
y, ........ , ., y,
Mahood, Katherine Maitland ...... 214 Hale Ave., Princeton, W. Va
Maire, Jayne Marie ......... ,........ ....... D u mbarton, Va
Mangum, Mary Virginia .......... 200 W. 46th St., Richmond, Va
Marsh, Elizabeth Jane ......
200 W. Manlius St., E. Syracuse, N. Y.
Martin, Helen Douglas ...... 6007 Three Chopt Road, Richmond, Va.
Mayo, Virginia Randolph
McAuley, Evelyn ...........,. 3908 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Ja.
McElroy, Alice Wilson ....
McLarin, Virginia Allen ....
Meador, Martha Louisa .....
Miller, Jean Crittenden ....
Moncure, Marion Josephine .......
Morgan, Eva Tyler .........
Morrissey, Marie Louise ......
Moss, Ada Dorothy .....
Motley, Dorothy Lou ....
Neasmith, Jean Louise .. .
Nicholsky, Kira ............
Norris, Grace Marguerite . . .
Norwood, Betty Spicer .....
Nuckols, Minnie Florine ......
Oakes, Ann Taliaferro ........
O'Brien, Ethel Helen .......
O'Flaherty, Mayme Frayser . .
Omohundro, Mary Gilliam . .
. . . . . 2822 Hanes Ave., Richmond, Va.
3812 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va.
30 Oak Lane, Mountain Lakes, N. J
307 Wellington Ave., Roanoke, Va
213 Kensington Road, Greensboro, N. C
111 N. Plum St., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . . . . . . Iris Lane, Richmond, Va
3025 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va
3123 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . 3209 Barton Ave., Richmond, Va
513 N. Blvd.,
420 W. 119th St., New York, N. Y
4230 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va
154 Tifeng Rd., Shanghai, China
4607 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond, Va
412 W. Clifford St., Winchester, Va
. 114 Wickham Rd., Garden City, N. Y
. . 3603 Moss Side Ave., Richmond Va
. . 3322 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va
Omohundro, Virginia Blanche .................. Fork Union, Va
Owen, Mary Bennet ............................... Jarratt, Va
Owen, Mildred Anne ...... .................. K eysville, Va
Palmer, Norma Louise . . .
Parker, Florence Eubank . . .
Parker, Mildred Ethel ....
Parker, Virginia Eloise ....
Parsley, Phyllis Llewellyn . . .
Parsons, Edith Eleanor ......
Parsons, Emma Louise . . .
Pavey, Ann Rosamond . ..
Payne, Sarajayne ....... .
Petzinger, Betty Ann .......
Phillips, Ann Clemmitt .....
Phillips, Ruth Marguerite ..
Philpott, Georgie Corinne ..
Pierce, Lelia Bondurant .....
Pitchford, Constance Mae . . .
Pomeroy, Evelyn Maude . ..
Poteat, Priscilla Hale ......
Powell, Agatha Constance . . .
Powell, Monena ..........
Price, Jean Claire .........
Priddy, Elizabeth LaVerne . . .
Profhtt, Efiie Chastain
Purcell, Margaret Lee
Quinn, Dorothy Belle
Rawls, Eulalie Marion . . .
Ridgley, Helen Waldo . .
Riley, Mary Elizabeth
Ritchie, Ella Sue .......
. . 213 Nottingham Rd., Richmond, Va
. . . . 4524 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . 4524 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va
418 Southampton St., Emporia, Va
...... 3514 E. Clay St., Richmond, Va
. . 40 Church St., Shelburne Falls, Mass
. . . . . . 3428 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . 1010 W. 45th St., Richmond, Va
. 504 Shenandoah St., Portsmouth, Va
. 7112 University Drive, Richmond, Va
. . . 135 S. Colonial Ave., Richmond, Va
. 4500 Monument Ave., Richmond,Va
. . . . . . . . Crozer Seminary, Chester, Pa
. . . . . 2710 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va
Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, N. Y
Roberts, Dorothy Elaine .........................
Roberts, Mildred Christian . . .
Roberts, Phyllis Anne .....
Robey, Ann Beverly ........
Robinson, Virginia Elizabeth .
Robinson, Vista Virginia . .
Rooke, Mabel Leigh .....
Rosser, Mary Elizabeth . . .
Roudabush, Jane Lee ....
Rowland, Lowaita Lee . . .
Rue, Anna Marie ......
Russell, Ann .........
Ryland, Hannah ........
Sadler, Frances Henrietta
Satterwhite, Elsie Vernon ....
Sauer, Virginia Anne .....
Scherer, Mary Grace .... . .
Scott, Geraldine ........
Seldes, Thelma Anne ....
Sessler, Betty May ......
Shafer, Anne Holladay ....
Shapiro, Florence Debora . ..
Sheffield, Rose Louise ....
Shelby, Mary Gene ....
2-611 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . . 304 S. Pine St., Richmond, Va
3320 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va
. . . . 1610 Park Ave., Richmond, Va
.. 1523 National St., Richmond, Va
. . 1-003 Edgehill Rd., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln University, Pa
3508 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va
Rt. 4, Petersburg,Va
.. Crewe, Va
4705 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va
Rt. 5, Richmond,Va
. . . . . . . . . . Route 10, Richmond, Va
. . . 1839 Berkeley Ave., Petersburg, Va
.. . 210 Bosley Ave., Suffolk, Va
. . . . 115 Court Street, Luray, Va
. . . 9 Guernsey Ave., Abington, Pa
. . 806 Westover Rd., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . University of Richmond, Va
. . . . . . 23 Towana Rd., Richmond, Va
. . 904 W. 30th Street, Richmond, Va
.. . 1837 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va
1603 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va
.. . 3113 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . 3110 Park Ave., Richmond, Va
. 1814 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va
.. . 3320 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va
. . . . . . 1005 Lakeside, Suffolk, Va
. . . 445 Grayson St., Portsmouth, Va
Two Hmzdred and Elezwz
TINY TOWN AIILNEMENT CENTER
'Kf!l'eet Your Friends
Niglwtfy at Tantiflfz
Garden ana' Tiny
LEADING ATHLETIC AND NIGHT LIFE CENTER EoR
UNIVERSITY of RICHMOND STUDENTS
4. III ml .9
+ In IIII un Im ilu nu III 'H' """+
Q file gee? of guccess in ou
That is the question that every man
faces as the time clraws near for him to
enter the business worlcl. If you are able
to save money, you can succeeclg if not,
you will fail! You may not think so,
but you will lose as sure as fate, for the
seed of success is not in you. IVIan has
one fundamental weakness. I-Iis inabil-
ity to hang on to his material Posses-
sions. Life insurance is the only plan
which is certain to offset this Iuncla-
mental weakness. It not only assists
him to save his money but guarantees
to him the safest investment and the
most secure Protection.
I-IQME BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATIQN
XII UFFICLZ IKICHNIONILVIIICINIX
In un nn vm II IIII
I ll rf H1111 fied im! Tu'efz'e
, outhernDairies I A We
The ONLY lee Cream
in the South that is
UALITY, wholesomeness, purity-
and goodness! They are the four
attributes of SOUTHERN DAIRIES
ICE CREAM that have won it acclaim
as the SouthIand's finest ice creamg and
the four attributes that are kept constant
by the famous Sealtesi Syslem of Labora-
tory Protection! Ask for it by name:
Wiley, Louise Ellyson .....
Shelton, Margaret Crawford ....................... Hanover, Va.
Short, Jacqueline Ann ....... 1628 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va.
Sibley, Marion Evelyn ....... 314 Chimborazo Blvd., Richmond, Va.
Silverman, Thais ............ 1101 Petersburg Pike, Richmond, Va.
Simpson, Alice-Gray Owens ...................... Falmouth Va.
Simpson, Georgie Isabelle. . .
Sisson, Lucy Keeling ..........
.112 N. washmgmn sf., XX7lflCl16StCI': va.
4028 Fauquier Ave., Richmond, Va.
Slavin, Mildred Virginia .......... 2516-A Hull St., Richmond, Va.
Smith, Helen Jane .,...
Smith, Mary Alice .......
Smith, Maude Wakeley . . .
Snead, Sallie Waverly ......
Spence, Jeanne Corine ............
Anne Kathleen . . .
, ...... . ............. Crewe, Va.
. . 203 S. Boulevard, Richmond, Va.
. . 2701 Fourth Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . 137 Coeyman Ave., Nutley, N. J.
624 S. Taylor St., Arlington, Va.
Spencer, Katherine Apperson .... 415 Elmwood Ave., Lynchburg, Va.
Stephenson, Bernice Irene ...... 3009 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Va.
Stockberger, Dorlores Ruth. .2817 N. Anthony Blvd., Fort Wayne, Ind.
Strokorb, Doris Mae ....... 3800 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va.
Stover, Mary Evelyn ........,................ Cranberry, W. Va.
Sykes, Saddye Jane ....
Tabb, Mildred Lear ......... 81 Thirty-first St., Newport News, Va.
Thayer, Maria May ........... 2014 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va.
Thompson, Grace Hawkins. . ,24 Westmoreland Place, Richmond, Va.
Thompson, Ruth ........ Vineyard Haven, Martha's Vineyard, Mass.
Thompson, Virginia Muriel .' ............ Sunset Drive, Stuart, Va.
Thurston, Audrey .....
2715 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va.
Tompkins, Jane Ann . . ....................... Warren, N. Y.
Trevvett, Jane Waldrop
.,.......... 913 Park Ave., Richmond, Va.
Trussell, Suzanne Adora ....
Tucker, Anne Byrd ...........
Triplett, Eugenia Crump
Tucker, Mary Anne
Turner, Mary Holcombe . . . .............. . . . .
Waldrop, Emma Bee . ..
Walker, Annie Loie i ....
Want, Rosalie Celia . . .
54 Bar Beach Rd., Port Washington, N. Y.
3320 Pa-tterson Ave., Richmond, Va.
2113 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va.
2805 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . . . 2707 Semmes Ave., Richmond, Va.
Webb, Martha Elizabeth ........ 2012 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va.
Weber, Kathleen Knote ...,.. 113-114 14th Ave., College Point, N. Y.
Wendling, Esther ............... 47 Fruehauf Road, Snyder, N. Y.
Whitener, Jane ..........
Wicker, Katherine Lumpkin
Wicker, Lila Richardson. . .
Wicklund, Leone Winifred
Wilds, Anne Taylor ......
. . . . . . . 1406 Sauer Ave., Richmond, Va.
Wiley, Frances Elizabeth ....
Wilkins, Jeanne Lozier . . .
Willets, Betty Merton . ..
Williams, Anne Claire ....
Williams, Dell Mercedes ..
Williams, Frances Susette .
Williams, Kathleen Leigh .
Williams, Maxine Nunnally
Wilson, Judith Carolyn . . .
Wilson, Marjorie ........
Wilson, Mary Pegram ....
Winfrey, Roberta Layne ...... . . .
Wingfield, Jonsy Ernestine
Winn, Mary Anne .......
Winston, Hortense .......
Wirth, Antoinette Parker . .
Wolff, Jean Emily .......
Wood, Virginia Malcolm .
Woodtin, Gene Ragland . . .
Woodson, Betty Haskins . .
Woodward, Ann Love .....
Wray, Willie Kaye ........,
Wright, Geraldine Leone . .
Yancey, Marion Augusta . .
Yeamans, Harriet Rudd . . .
Zehmer, Evangeline Young
Box 366, Hickory, N. C.
. . .1207 Confederate Ave., Richmond, Va.
. . . 1207 Confederate Ave., Richmond, Va.
Box 184, Rochester, Minn.
. . . . . 810 Lancaster Rd., Richmond, Va.
University of Shanghai, Shanghai, China
.. . 75 Willoughty Rd., Fanwood, N J
. . . 2821 Ballentine Blvd., Norfolk
.. . 3216 Barton Ave., Richmond
. . . 3216 Barton Ave., Richmond
511 N. East St., Culpeper
. . . . . . 1717 Third Ave., Richmond
227 Clay St., Suffolk
' ' 'adn' 'Biota' aa.,
' ' ' ' A ' ' ' 'aio' ivigpie' Avg.,
1410 Poindexter St., South Norfolk
Smithfield, N C
..... 918 Floyd Ave.,
' 1 4565's,5f'ii,,L,'i1ii1'A9Lf.',
. . 2820 New Kent Ave., Richmond
.3401 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond
. . . 4110 Patterson Ave.,
. . . 404 Heathcote Rd., Scarsdale, N X
. . . 1005 Floyd Ave., Richmond Va
Route 3, Petersburg V1
-429.24 N' . im
A 'TT '41 '
. X A I . Y M, . X- W'
5 ' 'un
Tim Hlmdrea' and Tlvifleezl
Clary of 1940,'
We have had the honor of serving
you many of our products during your
College term ....
Yes not only you-but your fore-
fathers before you-for a half century
we have clone our utmost to produce
the best and the "basin only.
RICHMOND DAIRY CO.
"Rirbmond's Milkman for fifty years"
tglu uu II Im
f w c .,
GAIIIIETT Q MASSIE, INC.
- IIICIMDND, VIRGINIA
til-lm rl nl un ruin gig-ml nu
Tzm HlllIl1!'6L! and Fozzffeerz
'-"-4- 4'-' "" "" "" ' "" "" ""
-nu nu lm
Iwi. tin-un ml
I f - Tlx
'A In Bottles W "" 47
Richmond Coca-Cola Bottling Works
1801 W. Marshall St.
,ln ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, - ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,: ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , , l
'f' ' "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 4'
GOOD FOOD IS PRIVATE ROOMS
GOOD HEALTH FOR PARTIES
THE LANGFORD CAEETERIA, Inc.
805 E. GRACE ST.
OLDEST AGENCY IN THE SOUTH
MANAGERS AND BROKERS
ENGINEERING AND ADJUSTING SERVICE
1113-1115 EAST MAIN STREET
- .. -. H,
' "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ' 'Q' '!' ' ' "" "" "" "" ' ' ' ' I ' ' - 'S'
. I I I
' "1 I I I 5 STOP AT .
R YAl lAUNUIlY I I 3 I
I I I I
mc navcremens T I R 0 X Y 5 I
. AAAIJIAL 3-74llm WHERE U. OF R. STUDENTS MEET
I , .
' "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ' 1' 3' ' ' "" "" ' ' "" "" "" "" "" ' ' ' ' ' 'Q'
LANCE i E
I W. M. Gary Grocery Co.,
TASTY--NOURISHING-ENERGIZING 17?-ffifllfi0f2 Sllpplifff
They are just right-for a short bite Telephone 24215
LISTEN IN NTOASTCHEE TIMEH EVERY 1411 East Cary Street
WEDNESDAY, 10 P.M. N.B.C. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA -
I I- --'- I '--1 -'-' I -S -i'- -'-' -'-- --'- ---- ---' ---- '-'- I I I I I -Ii
+ - -1'1 11-1 1f'- 1"f 1--1 1"1 I - 1'-1 I 11'1 '1-1 11-1 -111 -III - :I if I I 1-11 -11- -11- -11- -1-- IIII '111 -III 1111 111- I I I I - -I
, , E OOMPLIMENTS OF I
Graham Radio Service I 1 I
MEMBER OF NATIONAL RADIO INSTITUTE W E S T I N N
1703 Decatur St. Richmond, Va. PATTERSON AVE- AT THE BOULEVARD
Phone 3-7982 Phone 4-4014
-I -'-- ---' -'-' -I'- -'-- 'I-- e e I I -I3 -i-- f-I-- - '--I -'-- I II '--- --'- --'- I I II --F
Homecraftsman's T O 0 L Carpenter's
Mayhew-Maydole Tools have been manufactured since 1831. Our three plants in Shelburne Falls, Mass.,
Conway, Mass., and Norwich, N. Y. devote their entire facilities to the manufacture of Hand Tools for
every type and class of trade.
I ,M I ' IIIIIII I
in 5 'Igi I,:: si "
'TQ 1 'IE 'QI -fax! gif
4' IIUFI i I It-3354" .
MAYHEW STEEL PRODUCTS, Inc.
SHELBURNE FALLS, MASS.
e -III ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- -I-- -I-- ---- E I ---- -II- . . . . 4.
Two Hmzdred and Fifteen
-,-V A' ' 1
4 We: 4
e 'i I . ' QW -3 "
e ' r V
. .fl E'-if Wri ' ' l
a 'X' .-'- 1' , ' Z.. h, . . ,Y ear.-.iii
It-via A il l M l +4 6
I in ,ix I x 'A We .4 nsxlf., X..
X N . , . N 'xr' X -' xv' "if '- X 1 '
ENGRAVINGS FCI? Tl-IIS BUCK PRQDUCED BV
, , . , l -, , N e
, xx X i Vi i
i r .
, v . JSM
K , 2,
fl? A, lj 5' ' 'lf
' ' I. 0 A 'J if L n
A service that includes . .2 Q
personal lwelp and assist- 1? . , Q
ance witln every detail ' H ' 1 l Q '
ol your book, lrom pre- i l i f my i
liminary planning to . - l ' '
final completion. 1 fi ,. . jf
lVldY we lielD You vvirlw K J 4 it Al- 3.
your problems? P , il '
Representatiwe always i' sl 5 ll i 1
available. f Y ,, 5 W,
K 3 - A , ,I A at kd
' -W , WE? Q
I V A W 5 A 1 if
1 1 , enema
K . , ff- X ,--.F -- -4 ',,-- ,--. f ' fl ' e x
' - ' . x . e . 'Z
IOI GCDVERNCDR STREET, IQICHMCDND, VIRGINIA
Q - - 1- X -- '
i e x Y X . ,-
e,,, AJ , Y Y, ,Y , f ,,- 1 K Y ,. .,f ,,- -Y -1 - ,f Y,,,f If f
l r V r ,rgfifis Hseee., - i
. 1 N wr - s as W - r
.V ., .gil L our 4- 517' s .rigs . V ' Mai?
vga' ,VI n:
L, WV .
my-'I '11 V
1 -V r
, 1iV ,va
V V 1
1 j n .
" V' 1 '11
' -. 1
.,, I . W
1 V V
-9 - '
1. ' L
Y' V' QL
-VLH. ' .
Q 11. Y ,f
Q '4 '1
-If X 11
s.1 S ,
, Q 111
Q .J 'U
r A Q '
4 - 1 fn '
5 V ".-'Y
- . . , 1
s,- 1 , w
f 1 u 'J -11+ -
Qfiflzllkw 'IN-B Q
', 1fK,1'7.Vl ,
x 14- ' ,'
5 .I NIP.
,.r1 I! '
1,3 f. I 1
' all ' ' V' ' fr' -L
-j , '
,f 11 . .H ,
,L - - , ,Vr,1,.
,.-'1 -2 'vw
fi' 1'q':V""" ' -a,.' '.
1, .'-. A1 -V -w
1 11- f' '
I ' F fn.: 1.1. Q
I 1 V u,,. .
if 1-PVP-,jg 1'
f n '. - ' ,fl - 4
4'11!"'ffl: 211 iv'
-1-.-. -V ' p 4
p -. , .. an 3 . .5
'V. -fm .1 E'
'ta .1 V
,Hifi ., X! , 1 L
1-11 -,',-" ?',,'r".
V. V. 1 AV
ygfzuk :iv - K '
'- '11-K "
1 ' '
,.qif,1-. . .
, 'It .4 1
11. I M I
1 ,N 1 1 Y
1. V.: . V-fir,
. 71' R 1 -' "
M 1, ' . I,-1 f V1 "- V."v, 1 '. ,231
, 1- , . 5, , V 1
i K I ., W1:1:q.".- If -A 'lf
V A - I A ,
-V ' 'Y..v '
1 4 L A., - ,vp . 1 ' .gfifg V '
.V . 4'
" '- "
V. - Q h Q . .V
' ' - f. -'.'
1 V V
L1 I F '1 '
. J -
1- ja i ,- ..
vw V . 1
5 1 4
H fi " V
, " 'Y L
nib' ,ff ,
-- ' Q--::,
I W K
17 ' -
': 1- - if
- 'ey' V"
.dr v L . LRJ: -'Jil V
1 V , Q 1
f' 1-,hr 'wi -1 V".
,' ,r" 1 ' "
' ' , 1 4
J.. " V, 4
.:1' " 1
1- - '
V. 4 V1
V ,rg V
'F 'BH 5- .
:grf,,13,., - ,.
Ml. ' ' '10
A F" ' " ,
-vii' ' ' '
J" l '
-A r .1
,fs ,q-v Q
1 A A
, . l . 'X
' - 1
N,-,I .4 ' .
, , '.1,".,v
. A D Iv
. J v
I VfV.,v 'ww
' 1' ' ,AVA
I 1 .,a"S ",r
I 7' 1 ,
g - .
ifldwyl' 'rvfylxl f' 'It r, 1
. T 04, "MQ-:ii-?"r.'f:'4 gf, '
Q- -. .vv 11 "LW"
' ' 'Aw ' "'fbFf'l 'I V
J '1 1 1, ' , ' ' V
x 1 , Mgr", 14"f"f4N' mf,
1 -. -. .r'-.- ',V
. ,, VV, ...lm ...Q
. 1 '..- V .431 'fs-H
' 'mn 'ff -4 by
l' 2. Y :'
fl' 1" L Q', 3-V
' ' ',r 1" 4 .
I - sm
A . yb.1L1A-
.I I ,M
A 1. - . 1
.. 5 1
vs ' J
' .1 1
if S "'
. ,-f .1
, . .,. o ,
'-Z4 . ' 'L -'P
- .1 ' Q
4 1 - .-lg 1.3
V lf Q
' .7 14
- . ' fx
1 ' M591
4 ' -- 1, F, 'A' '-I ' 1' A V. 'I '
.LIA b A A 142 14 Yh.1'L'?Lf1..-V'.l'1.!'1. -..3f1i?Ll'.iaL
ll 4 v r n yy'-"n -
5 'QFNQL -,
ul. A. GM- I., V
,fm W , -I ,'a '
,V-+g,, V' rx bw-
u ' H,
I 5 Q
I I A 1 l
, v I
0' , ' 1,
' l W A 'I
.- "'- '7"'?u 1,
,1 A .nl-v.-H"
I " x ' V Q "g?"r
A I 1
mm' 'nf 0 ' ..1i,.uL.1.m- 4 ' A" 1
. 1--.M .mznvm-un..--1 11-1-
Suggestions in the University of Richmond - Web Yearbook (Richmond, VA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.