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V- ' ' - . f , , Q fi 1- g 3 3 JJ,-if I l'MIL55fg',.w.-: 5, 3 ggzi e 'iff H kffgirwlf ' if 1 , . e ,, A ,.,h., . . , . - f VIH N ,mfkwff M JL if fa 4 f if W... fi-maiffeq QW ef .ff f iv S1512 fXf.':4?fgi5'f'1v'zif w wf, if Q e -f I 2' Lg 1 we w' 4' 'W ' . K.:ffwgggyfe-legs-'ww-!f211ek2Ae1, fl:-sg'121ei'f'4gf'21Q2:iff2i2' A iff? ef-1 A . if KL get his -L 'Q' rv!! "" ' 'M I M12 Jw, AJ . 'V " - 1 '- '.,'-F ' f H M 'fl ' Rauf: , . w uf fm., 'fxzf' 5 Ffh " fx ,, Y WL.: 4,7 , "-Q1 " 1 . 'VU . Q I Q , .Z ,, ,L ' . 4 u if. " 1 ix THE ADMI TRATI DR. FREDERIC W, BOATWRIQHT Z! A Hx 5 fwlhnm.. MALCQLM RAY DoUB1.12s Demi. L,z1z' Sffmof P1'emz'e1zf, U1z2z'e1'J!fy of Rivfafffoml IWAY L. FQELLER Demi. HHc?1'ff?,1lll17f017 College DR. RAYMOND B. PINCHBECK Dean, Rirlmzolzd Cfvllege MARTHA B. LUCAS Dem of Sfzzdezzlf, lWeJlZm111pf011 College FACULTY MEMBERS. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: F. C. Arhens, C. L. Albright, R. E. Alley, R. C. Astrop, J. W. Bailey, L. F. Ball, H. Barnett. SECOND ROW: M. E. Carver, W. F. Caylor, S. B. Cousins, F. G. Crenshaw, W. S. Cudlipp, Fen lon, R. E. Gaines. BOTTOM ROW: W. Gaines, E. S. Grable, W. B. Hackley, Rolvix Harlan, Isabel Harris, H. O. Hender FRED C. AHRENS Aryociote Profcrfor of Gernzuzz CHARLES LEONARD ALBRIGHT Arfociczle P7'0f6l.l'.l'O7' of Pbyyici' REUBEN EDWARD ALLEY, JR. Ar.ri.rlont P1'ofe.u'or of Phyyirr MRS. FRANK APPERLY Imlructor in Speech ROBERT COLLINS ASTROP Proferfor of Prycbology JOHN WENELL BAILEY Profefror of Biology LEWIS FRANKLIN BALL A.r.ri.mzz2t Profeyror of Efzglirh JAMES HARMON BARNETT, JR. Proferror of Law son, B. C. Holtzclaw. MERTON E. CARVER Arrociole Profenor of Sociology and Pryclaology RALPH T. CATTERALL Arrociate Proferyor of Lau' WILLIAM FREDERICK CAYLOR Auociute Profe.rfor of Sfuzfzirb SOLON BOLIVAR COUSINS P1'ofe.s1ror of Bible FANNY GRAVES CRENSHAW Direclor of Pbyricczl Ecluccztiozz WILLIAM SAMUEL CUDLIPP, JR. Aiyrocifzle Professor of Lau' MALCOLM RAY DOUBLES Dean of Lau' School and Proferror' of Lau' JAMES ELLIOT DRINARD lmtfzcclor in Lau' FREDERIC WILLIAM BOATWRIGHT JOHN FENLON Prerident of Zoe Unizferrity Arrirmnt C ooco HENRY H. FUCHS Profeuoz' of Mzzricczl Tlveory ROBERT EDWIN GAINES Profeuor of Mdf!J67lZdllf5 WILLIAM JUDSON GAINES Profe.r.ror o f Romance Langzzagei' E. SHERMAN GRABLE Il,7.fffllCfOl' in Matbezzzczticf MARY MOLINE GRUBBS Imfrzzctor in Pbyrical Educczliofz XWOODFORD BROADUS HACKLEY Arrociczfe Profeyror of Lczfin ROLVIX HARLAN Profefror of Sociology and Social Elbicr ISABEL HARRIS Arrociczle Proferror of Ilflofbenzaficr FLETCHER ORPIN HENDERSON Acling Imlrzlclor in Englirb LOUIS Sl-IEPPARD HERRICK Arrorirlle P7'0ftf.f,l'01' of Lau' BEN-IAMIN CLARK HOLTZCLAW Pr'0fe,f.s0r of Pbiloroplij' MAY LANSFIELD KELLER Deniz of II"El'fl7tll1II7f07I College and P1'0jl6.U'0l' of Englifla WILLMORE KENDALL A.l'.fi,ffrI?If Profeuor' of Poliiiml Sriefzee and Government FRANCIS B. KEY III.l'llANL'f0f' in Mtzfbeozlzlifx WILLIAM HAVEN KING I zzrlfzzrior in Law THOMAS E. LAVENDER Afrirfant Proferror of Ronzeznfe Llzngzznger SUSAN MADELINE LOUGH Proferwv' of Hifiory ROBERT EDWARD LOVING Proferfor of Pbyriff MARTHA B. LUCAS Afrofinle Profe.r.ror of Bible and Plailoropby Deniz of Sllzdenff U"e.r1lmnzpton College CAROLINE STOOKEY LUTZ Profefror of Englirla E. F. MACDONALD In.vtr1n'1or and Ariing Alprorinfe Profeuor of Econonzirf SIDNEY T. MATTHEWS Inyfrzzflor in Hirtory RALPH CLIPMAN MCDANEL Profe.f.ror of Anzerimn Hillory RICHARD MCDEARMON Inrtrzzrtor in Lou' F. BYERS MILLER A.ffi.rf.znI Profe.r.ro1' of Applied Erononzicr SAMUEL CHILES MITCHELL Profeffor of Hiftory GEORGE MATTHEWS MODLIN Proferror of Economics, Direrior of Evening School of Bminerr Adnzinirtration ' HAZEL IONE MOSES A.f.lL0fldf6 Proferror of Harp WILLIAM TAYLOR MUSE Proferror of Lau' HUGH I. MYERS AJ.ri.fInnI P7'0jl6.l'J'07' of Biology JOSEPH E. NETTLES Inrtrzzcfor in journnlirm MARGARET NOLTING Anorinle Proferror of Pbyfiology and Hygiene EDWARD CRONIN PEPLE A.l'.fiJ'Z61Hf Proferfor of Englirb JOHN STANTON PIERCE Ayyocifzte Proferror of Cbenzirtry RAYMOND BENNETT PINCHBECK Profefror of Applied Efononziff, Dean of Rirbnzond College FACULTY MEMBERS. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: W. Kendall, F. B. Key, T. E. Lavender, S. M. Lough, R. E. Loving C. S. Lutz, E. F. MacDonald. SECOND ROW: S. T. Matthews, R. C. McDanel, Richard MCD6aIfDOH, F. B. Miller, C Mitchell, G. M. Modlin, W. T. Muse. BOTTOM ROW: I-I. I. Myers, J. E. Nettles, E. C. Peple, S. Pierce, W. L. Prrnce M. J. Rivenburg, M. L. Ross. 55 490 If FACULTY MEMBERS. TOP Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Garnett Ryland, Marcia Silvette, N. W. Skinner, R. F. Smart, J. W Smithers, J. M. Snelling, W. F. Snyder. SECOND ROW: S. W. Stevenson, G. F. Thistlethwaite, H. P. Thomas, Pauline Turn bull, C. H. Wheeler, A. I. Whitten, Ruth Whittredge. BOTTOM ROW: Alton Williams, M. H. Woodfm, C. B. Wray MALCOLM U. PITT Arrociczle Coach WILLIAM LOFTIN PRINCE Profefior of Eclzzcalion MARGOT S. RAGLAND Profefsor of Vocal Muyic MARJORIE RIVENBURG A.r.ri.s'lcmt P1'ofe.r.ror of Llzlifz MARGARET L. ROSS Airociczfe P1'0f6.f.1'0?' of Engllrla GARNETT RYLAND Profeffor of Claenzifiry RICHARD LEWIS SCAMMON Imlrzzctor in Dmzmzlic Aft and Pzzppelry MARCIA SILVETTE Imtrzzcfor in Art ESTHER B. SILVIA Axyiitcznt Profeffor of Spanifb J. G. Wright. N. WILFORD SKINNER Ilzitrzzclor in Germczzz ROBERT EQRTE SMART Arfociale Proferfor of Biology JOHN WESTWOOD SMITHERS Profe.f.ror of Lau' JOHN M. SNELLING Imtrzzcfor and Acting Profe.s'.s'or of Sociology WALTER E. SNYDOR Aipfociale Profefyor of Clmficy SAMUEL WHITEFIELD STEVENSON Profeuor of Englifb GLENN E. THISTLETHWAITE Profenor of Pbyrical Edzzclzzion HERMAN P. THOMAS Auociufe P1'ofe.r.ror of Ecozzomici and Applied EL'07Z077ZlLf PAULINE TURNBULL Arrociczte Proferyor of Lczfifz and Regirfmr GRACE STARR WENDT Profeffor of Muric CHARLES H. WHEELER, III Aiyrociczte Proferror of Matbefizalicl' ABRAM I. WHITTEN IlI1'f7'llC'f07' in Cbemiylry RUTH WHITTREDGE A.r.ri.fft1nf Profeffof' of French ALTON WILLIAMS Atrociale P7'0jcE.f.f01' of Ezzglifb in Charge of Dnzmtz ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE Auociafe Profe.i'.for of Lau' MAUDE HOWLETT WOOD FIN A.ff0Cldf6 Profeyfor of Hirlory and Political Science CHARLES B. WRAY Proferfor of Accozzzzfing JEAN GRAY WRIGHT Pz'ofe.f.ro1' of Frencb Riohmon olle e Student Government Under the capable leadership of President Mac Pitt, Jr. and the other officers of Student Govern- ment the regular duties and problems of the group have been successfully solved. The Senate has been respon- sible for the purchase of two new bulletin boards, additional lights along the campus walks, and the conducting of Fresh- man elections without pressure of politics. A new law was also passed which restricts the number of absences of a senator to a minimum of two meetings. But the most outstanding thing this body did was to spon- sor the Cafe Millhiser for the purpose of raising enough money to meet the needs of the student body. This venture was such a big success and everyone had so much fun that this is expected to become an annual event. The Honor Council has silently served the stu- MAC PITT, JR. Pre.s'jde1zf dent body again in one of the most important and most difficult jobs on the campus. The success- ful working of this group has been largely respon- sible for the maintenance of the principles for which the university stands. Tom Xwarriner, Vice-presidentg Vernon Lankford, Treasurerg Ralph Kinsey. Senators Ed Brooks, Max Katzg Clarence Major, Bob Phillips, Ben Rouzie, Publications Representative, Bert Milling, Representative to Athletic Council. HONOR COUNCIL. SEATED: Lee Saunders, Straughan Gettier, Secretary, Roy Wyinbs, Chairman, Ralph Kinsey, Vice- Chairmang john Decker. sTANDING: Dave Satterfieldg Pierce Ellisg jack Manley. llOl S Richmond COIIO O Class QIIIOOTS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Preririefzl - - , ------- EDWARD KLEIN Vice Prerirfefzf - - ---- THOMAS GREEN Secrefrzry - - - LELAND HIGGINBOTHAM T1I'e4z5u1I'e1' - - - - DEREK HAYLEY Sezmzor - ---- GEORGE COX SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Green, Klein, Cox, Higginbotham. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Praridezzf ---------- JOHN GLEASON Vife Pfwjdefzf - - - THADDEUS CRUMP Sc't'1'6fcl1'-JI - - - - STANLEY HARDING SGIILIIOI' - - - - - - - CLAUDE JONES IJRESI-IMAN CLASS OFFICERS: JOneS, Gleason, Crump, Harding. . . .W - VS, S, W, .fllj .fx -'Q JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Mitchell, Fenlon, Thistlethwaite, MacKenzie. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Pi-e,iMe,fz1 ------ RICHARD THISTLETHWAITE V ire Pzesirfefzf - ---- STEVE MITCHELL Serremry - - - - - ALLISTER MACKENZIE T7'66I,l'Zl7'6JI' - - - - - ROBERT FENLON Semrzm' - - JOE FORTUNATO SOPI-IOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Pzwiriefzf ------- VUILLIAM IVIACILXWAINE Vive P1'62.fz:6lI6lZf - - - WILLIAM TROTTER Ser1'efm'y - - - - PATRICK FENLON Ti'er1.rzn-er - - THOMAS HUGHES Sezmfor - - - BERT JONES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Trotter, Jones, Macllwaine, FGITIOII, Hughes. 'k ,ff 5 A 1 9 4 2 RICHARD LINWOOD ADAMS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimm' for B.5'. Degree PHI DELTA THPTA Freshman Tennis RICHARD ANKERS ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA Ajvplimnf for BA. Degree SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2. JOSEPH A. AMRHEIN, IR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimrzf for BA. Degree LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Freshman Football, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Athletics, Harlequin Club, 33 Interfraternity Council, 3, Varsity Crew, 3, 4 JOHN LEONARD AMRHEIN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimzzf for B.S. Degree irz Bizrirzela Ad7lIflZj,l'f7'c1fi0lI LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Collegian Staff, 1, 23 Varsity Crew, 3, 4, Freshman Football, Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 5, 4. CALEB LIVINGSTON BATTEN SMITHFIELD, VIRGINIA Applimrzf for BA. Degree FRANK J. BAKER SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA Afvplimzzf for B.A. Degree LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet. Alpha Mu Omicrong Rho Eta Sigma, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Freshman Baseball, Intra- mural Athleticsg Member Forensic Council, Vice-President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. IIZI ALFRED RIFFE BAUGHAN COVINGTON, VIRGINIA Applirnzzzf for BA. Degree LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Philologian, 3, Secretary, 4g Intramural Athletics. Selziorf Enjoy Tim! Iizfe NORVAL WILSON BETTS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirxzzzl for B.S. Degree in Bzrrizzeo Ad122i12i.rZ1'rzfi0z1 SIGMA PHI EPs1r.oN Intramural Athletics, 2, 3, E133 SHELTON THOMAS BELSCI-IES CARSON, VIRGINIA Ajvplirmzf for BA. Degree T HFTA CHI Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2g Choir, 23 Glee Club, 2g University Players, 5, 4. WILLIAM GOODE BEVILLE PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Ajfjlliralzf for BMI. Degree Rho Eta Sigmag Collegirzzz Staff, 1, Staff As- sistant, 2, Assistant News Editor, 53 Radio Guild, 11 Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, Secretary, 3g S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 41 Glee Club, 2, 43 Debating Team, 4. WILLIAM HARRISON BINGHAM' RICHIVIOND, VIRGINIA fljvjvfimfzf for BS. Dt'jgree THFTA CHI Chemistry Club, 2, 3, President, 43 Fresh- man Football3 Varsity Football, 2, 5, -lg Intramural Athletics. l COURTNEY COX BOWEN TAZEWELL, VIRGINIA Afvfzfiuffzf for B.S. Degree PHI KAPPA SIGMA Freshman Football, Baslcetballg Varsity Foot- ball, 2, 3, 41 Varsity Basketball, 2, 5. ROBERT STUART BLACK RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Afwflfinzlzf for BS. Degree' in Bznizzeii 1'ItflllflIjl'f1'iIffUlI KAPPA ALPHA Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice-President, Cul- Zegjrnz Staff, 1, 2, 3g Harlequin Club, 2, 3, Vice-President, 43 Meurenger. 3, Business Manager, -ig Varsity Track Managerg Man- ager Cross Country, Interfraternity Council, -lg Varsity Clubg Intramural Athletics. HARROL ANDREW BRAUER, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Ajvplitxzzzf for BA. Degree SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Transfer from V.P.I., Rho Eta Sigma, Merrefzger Editor, 4, Collegitnz Staff, 2, Feature Editor, 33 Radio Guild, 2, Publicity Director, 5, President, 4g Glee Club, 21 Choir, 2, 51 Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society. 2, 3, Planning Commission, 3, 43 Harle- quin Club, 5, 4. Cnpfailz Miffizzg fzfffae B012 fire U43 WILLIAM EDWARD BRISTOW A PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Applimrzt for B.S. Degree in B11ri12e,v.f Adrzzinirlratiozz Alpha Mu Omicron, Economics Associa- tion, 2, 3, Dean's List. MELVIN DWIGHT BURGESS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnl for B.S. Degree in Bzzrinerr Admizzirlrafion Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, Dean's List. EDWIN BEVERLY BROOKS, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA flpplirtzrzf for B.S. Degree in Bzzrizzevr Adl1ZiI2j.l'f7r1fj0lZ P1 KAPPA ALPHA Varsity Crew, 2, Business Manager, 3, Cap- tain, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, Inter- fraternity Dance Committee, Intramural Athletics, Harlequin Club, 4, Senator-at- large, President of Pi Kappa Alpha, 4. MELVIN WALDO BURNETTE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimrzf for B.S. Degree P1 KAPPA ALPHA Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, Forensic Coun- cil, 31 S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 3, 4, Harlequin Club, 4, Intramural Athletics. U51 ir "'-ixi V, asf I it xii a . , xg . fl. 1942 WILLIAM MARK BRUCH BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA Applimzzi for BA. Degree KAPPA SIGMA Transfer from Bluefield College, Beta Beta Beta, Vice-President, 4, Medical Assistant, 4. AUSTIN BRAXTON CLARK MANAKIN, VIRGINIA Applimrzf for BA. Degree Rho Eta Sigma, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 4, Deans List. - 'k Dyk ,X X :ir If QNAE' XL If ff IX A1-V.- Q I4 61 1942 BERNARD GIBSON CLINE, JR. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA Apjvlimrzt for BA. Degree KAPPA ALPHA Beta Beta Beta, Freshman Football, Base- ball, Philologian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3: Y.M.C.A., 2, 3, Biology Club, 4, Varsity Track, 3, Advisers Committee, 4, Intra- mural Athletics, Botany Assistant, 4. HARDY WINBURN CROXTON MONTICELLO, ARKANSAS Ajvjvlicmzl for BA. Degree KAPPA ALPHA '95 'Wim Wm VINCENT WILLIAMS COLLINS APPOMATTOX, VIRGINIA Applictzrzl for B.S. Degree PHI GAMMA DELTA Freshman Football, Baseball, Varsity Foot- ball, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Athletics. GEORGE EDWIN COX COVINGTON, VIRGINIA Applictzzzf for BA. Degree KAPPA ALPHA Chemistry Club, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, llpeb Staff, 1, Varsity Cross Country, 2, Intermediate Honors, Biology Club, 4, Camera Club, 3, Senator-at-large, Dean's List. BILLY BRUFFIE CONNOR ROANOKE, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Alpha Delta, Ministerial Association, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 4. ROBERT CLAUDE COTTEN, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimrzt for BA. Degree V THETA CHI Omicron Delta Kappa, President, 4, Tau Kappa Alpha, Collegian Staff, 1, 2, Man- aging Editor, 3, S. C. Mitchell Literary So- ciety, 1, 2, 3, Debate Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Athletics. f16I LOUIS PAUL DIVICO TARRYTOWN, NEW YORK Afvpfimlzf for B.A. Degree SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Intramural Athletics. WILLIAM DEWITT ELLIS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimzzi for BA. Degree Phi Beta Kappag S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 3, 4, Modern Language Club, 33 Newman Club, 3, 4, Intermediate Honors1 Beffcfaef iyldfm az Pzzrcbfzfe Dean's List. l17l JACK SAUNDERS DUDLEY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Afvfwliiwzf for BA. Degree KAPPA SIGMA Transfer from Bluefield College: Varsity Tennis Team, 4. JOHN WILLIAM ETHERIDGE SOUTH NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Apjrlimrzf for BA. Degree THETA CHI Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, University Players, 1, 2, 5, President, 4, Radio Guild, 4. i LEMUEL W. FITZGERALD COVINGTON, VIRGINIA Appliazzzf for BA. Degree Freshman Footballg Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4. FRED CLAUDE FORBERG RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimrzt for BS. Degree in Bzzyifzeu Adnzizziifnzfiofz ROBERT ARMISTEAD GARY, III RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Apjllifdlil for B.S. Degree in Biuinerr AdllljlZI.ff?'L1fI07l PHI KAPPA SIGMA Alpha Mu Omicron, Secretary, 31 Freshman Manager, Football, Baseballg Harlequin Club, 5, 4, Il"eb Staff, 4, Intramural Ath- letics, Dean's List. WALTER RAY GAMBILL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirrzm' for B.A. Degree l18I George Nlakef the Kick-of ELLIS P. GEORGE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirrmf for BA. Degree PHI DELTA THETA Biology Club, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club, 2, 3, Newman Club, 33 Intramural Athletics. ARCHIE M. GIRAGOSIAN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Freshman Basketball, Baseball, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 2, Modern Lan- guage Club, 3g Treasurer, Class, 3. 'k X- 'N X xx it . X .A V T, L K ,1 XX STRAUGHAN LOWE GETTIER NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Applimnr for B.A. Degree Alpha Delta, Tau Kappa Alpha. I ALFRED RACHELS GILBERT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA AYLETT WOODSON GooDE, JR. Af'P1fff"fff0f BS- Degree Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 23 Dean's List, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirmzt for B.5'. Degree irz Bminerr Adminixtmiiorz PHI GAMMA DELTA omimm Delta Kappa, s. C. Mitchell Lit- IUHN NEWTON GQRDCN erary Society, Vice-President, 2, President, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 3g Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Collegian, Associate A 1- L .BA D . Managing Editor, 2, Forensic Council, Sec- gp Mgr fm ' egme retary-Treasurer, 33 Senate Member, 33 HI AMMA ELTA Manager, Tennis, 33 Chairman, Interfra- Beta Beta Betag Il"eb Staff, 1, Fencing, 2, ternity Dance Committee, 4. Varsity Tennis, 3, 4. l19I XXX 'A' if I PSX! f I N. " LIE! fi .Q 1 9 4 2 GBR JOHN D. GRIFFIN, IR. POQUOSON, VIRGINIA Applimzzl for BA. Degree LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Freshman Football, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4 Track, 1, 2, 3, 4. RANDOLPH BROOKS HALL NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Apjvlimzzl for BA. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Mu Omicron, Fresh man Track, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, Radio Guild, 1, Choir, 1, 2. THOMAS WALTON GREEN BURKEVILLE, VIRGINIA Afvjzlirtlfzl for B.S. Degree PHI GAMMA DELTA Phi Beta Kappa, Freshman Football, Fresh- man Manager, Baseball, Varsity Manager, Baseball, 2, Collegian Staff, 2, Intercol- legiate Relations Manager, 3, 4, Chemistry Club, 3, Treasurer, 4, Vice-President of Class, 43 Intermediate Honors. JOHN MARCELLUS HARDMAN ETTRICK, VIRGINIA Applimzzl for B.A. Degree Rho Eta Sigma, Intramural Athletics, Dean's List. 5201 OWEN GWATHMEY BEULAHVILLE, VIRGINIA Ajfjwfimzzl for BA. Degree PHI GAMMA DELTA Freshman Track, Varsity Track, 2, 3, Cap- tain, 4, Philologian Literary Society, 1, 2, Y.M.C.A., Chemistry Club, Intramural Athletics. DEREK HAYLEY WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA Applimnf for BS. Degree in BlI,l'j7IF.I.f Adminirfmfiozz Freshman Baseball Manager, Varsity Base- ball Manager, 2, 3, 4, Secretary of Class, 1, Varsity Golf Team, 3, 4, Planning Com- mission, Secretary, 4, Treasurer of Class, 4, Intramural Athletics. GEORGE GARNETT HAYNES RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applitnzzzz' for BA. Degree Rho Eta Sigma, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 43 Dean's List. WILLIAM PAUL HEPLER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirmz! for BA. Degree Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, lg Glee Club, 1, Ministerial Association, 2. Time Out for Selziori' i21I WILLIAM NELSON HEFLIN HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA Applicrznl for BA. Degree THFTA CHI THOMAS OVERTON HERNDON ORE BANK, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 4, Philolo- gian Literary Society. 5, 4. ERNEST LELAND HIGGINBOTHAM ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA Applirruzt for B.A. Degree Alpha Delta, Tau Kappa Alpha, Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, President, 43 Debate Team. MAC JGHNSON HOUGH SALEM, VIRGINIA Applirtzzzl for B.S'. Degree KAPPA SIGMA Philologian Literary Society, lg llneb Staff, 2, Chemistry Club, 4. . ' , . N. L .J 0 . 'fp 11 Aw Q , , X 4 121-.HQ-., . . ...A WILLIS DABNEY HOLLAND RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnf for B.S. Degree Collegian Staff, 1, 2, 3, 43 Chemistry Club, 5, 4, Dean's List. ROLAND BRAXTON HILL, JR. SUFFGLK, VIRGINIA Appliranl for B.S. Degree in Burinerr Adminiftmlion SIGMA PHI EPSILON Transfer from William and Mary, Intra mural Athleticsg Dean's List. Nothing Like 11 Good Snow Battle 5221 . J-1,:"', .. .Vt x r A., .. i T f nw!! f -I1 'V 081 M, .. ,-. ...- -Mwf vmyuw X, - """"' I ws . , "uf W EMMETT LEE HUBBARD CHASE CITY, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.S. Degree in Bzcyinerr Aclrniniftrtztion LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 2, Harle- quin Club, 4, Y.M.C.A., 3, 4, Interfrater- nity Council, 3, 4, President of Lambda Chi Alpha, Intramurals, Dean's List. RAYMOND EDWIN JONES SAMUEL LINDEN JOHNSON I-IARPER'S FERRY, WEST VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree ll"eb Staff, Assistant Editor, 4. BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Transfer from Bluefield College, Beta Beta Beta. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.S. Degree Newman Club, 3, 4. 1 'A' xx X .AX ,X NX X few? i mg? 1942 ARTHUR LEAKE JONES RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.S. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Pi Sigma, Freshman Football Manager, Varsity Football Man- ager, 2, Fencing Team, 2, Intermediate Honors. ALBERT STANESS KELLAM RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.S. Degree Freshman Track, Cross Country, Varsity, Track, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country, 2, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Y.M.C.A., Dean's List. I23I ..Z 'A' ff i .-is xx L, ggafqgi 1942 fem THOMAS EDWIN KING MARLINTON, WEST VIRGINIA HENRY EUGENE KING WILMINGTON, VIRGINIA Applirtnzt for B.A. Degree Alpha Mu Omicron, Philologian Literary Society, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Psy- chology Club, 3, Dean's List. SYDNEY HUNTLEY KNIPE GLEN RIDGE, NEW JERSEY f1f1,hlir.1111 for BS, Degree in Blzsiilleiy AdllljlZi.ff7'rlff07Z KAPPA SIGMA Freshman Football, Varsity Football, 2, Varsity Crew, 2, 4, Intramural Athletics. fijvplirrzzzt for B.S. Degree KAPPA ALPHA Transfer from Virginia Polytechnic Insti- tute, Glee Club, 4. EDWARD MILTON KLEIN BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT AfVI7liL'r1l2f for B.S. Degree in Bnrirzefi' Adnzizzirmzliozz PHI ALPHA Harlequin Club, 3, 4, Interfraternity Coun- cil, President Class, 4, President, Phi Al- pha, 4, Intramural Athletics. +L X 44 S ' .. K I2-43 RALPH ELLSWORTH KINSEY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Appliauzl for B.S. Degree in BllJ'iIZE1',l' AdllIi7IiJ'f1'dZI0lZ SIGMA PHI EPsII.oN Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, Alpha Mu Omicron, President, 4, llneb Business Staff, 1, 2, Assistant Business Man- ager, 3, Business Manager, 4, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 2, Treasurer, 3, Harlequin Club, 2, 3, 4, Honor Council, 3, Vice-Chair- man, 4, Interfraternity Council, Secretary Student Government, 4, Intramural Ath- letics, President, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 4, Chairman, Interfraternity Orchestra Com- mittee, Dean's List. RICHARD CARROLL KLAEEKY HUNTINGTON, NEW YORK Applimzzl for B.5'. Degree in Bzzrirzeff Admirzirimtiofz SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Alpha Mu Omicron, Mu Sigma Rho, 1, 2, Web Staff, 1, 2, Band, 1, 2, Varsity Golf Team, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary, 2, Interfra- ternity Council, Harlequin Club, Chairman Interfraternity Finance Committee, Intra- mural Athletics, Co-Manager Tennis Team, 3, 4, President, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 4, Dean's List. CHARLES WILLARD KRAUSE BALTIMORE, MARYLAND flpplimnt for B.A. Degree Choir, 1, 2, Radio Guild, 3, 4. ERNEST WILLIAM LANGFORD, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Appliftzfzl for B.S. Degree in Bzzrizzerr Adnzizzirlmlimz All Ilzzpomzzzf Play .ill Ifzmzzfzzzfzzli' LZBI VERNON THOMAS LANKEORD BLOXOM, VIRGINIA flfwjvliazfzf for Bfl. Degree KAPPA ALPHA Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Y.M.C.A., 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Philologian Literary Society, 2, 3, Rho Eta Sigma Treasurer, 4, Treasurer, Student Government, 4, Intermediate Honors, Pres- ident, Kappa Alpha, 4, Interfraternity Coun- cil, 4, Intramural Athletics, Dean's List. DOUGLAS WINFIELD LAIRD RICHMOND, VIRGINIA fljljllimlzi for BS, Degree ill BIH'DIOU' Adfzzzzzirfmtiozz PHI KAPPA SIGMA Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Mu Omicron, Treasurer, Assistant Football Manager, 1, 2, 5, Manager, 4, Har- lequin Club, 2, 3, President, 4, Honor Coun- cil, 4, President of Phi Kappa Sigma, Inter- fraternity Council, Y.M.C,A. Cabinet, 2, 3, 4, Web Business Staff, 2, 3, Intramural Athletics, Intermediate Honors. ' ALVIN PENRQSE LONG RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Afvpliazzzf for BS. Degree Beta Beta Beta, Freshman Football, Track, Varsity Track, 2, 4, Chemistry Club, 3. VIRGIL MASON LUMSDEN, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Afvplirrzzzt for BA, Degree SIGMA PHI EPSILON Freshman Track Managerg Varsity Track Manager, 21 Collegitzrz Business Staff, 1, 2g S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, lg Intra- mural Athleticsg Dean's List. MANN TERRELL LCWRY BEAVER DAM, VIRGINIA Applffdllf for BS. Degree Beta Beta Beta, Chemistry Club, 3, 4: Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 2, 53 Biology Club, 4. IRVIN LOVENSTEIN SAVANNAH, GEORGIA Appliranl for BA. Degree PHI ALPHA Freshman Basketball, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 2, Web Staff, 2, Intramural Athletics. Pl'65j6ll6lZf Kfeirz and H25 Dale I26Ql 191' dp... 'k JOSEPH HENRY MACK RUNNEMEDE, NEW JERSEY Applicmzt for B.S. Degree P1 KAPPA ALPHA Freshman Football, Captaing Basketballg Baseball, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball, 2, 3, 4. DALLACE MARABLE NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Mu Sigma Rho Literary Societv, 1, 2 g Minis- terial Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, Bowling League, 4, Intramural Athletics. Q. 'Q' 3Y,f"YF-Ffa' j, Awxxxgsrv. up Xxx CLARENCE E. MAJOR STORMONT, VIRGINIA Applirmzf for BA. Degree PHI DELTA THETA Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 52 President of Phi Delta Theta, 4, Interfra- ternity Council, 4, Intramural Athletics. PHILIP BENJAMIN MASON HAMPTON, VIRGINIA Applimnz for BA. Degree PHI GAMMA DELTA Alpha Mu Omicrong Freshman Football Manager, Varsity Basketball Manager, 4, University Players, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 3, 4, Debate Team, 3. ,..,.,f-.Wf...Jf,5fCA4"'5 ,mv-.n.....,,,,,...,w,,, I 2:55 l27l X -N X, xtr- '2 , ll XS lx A , ll .ti 5? HAROLD LOCKWOOD MANAHAN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirmzl for BS, Degree in Bzzvizzerv Adfrzifzirtmfiozz T. HAROLD MCVAY, JR. NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Applimrzt for BS. Degree PHI GAMMA DELTA Freshman Football, Track, Varsity Foot ball, 2, 5, Captain, 4, Varsity Track, 2, 3 Captain, 43 Secretary Class, 33 Varsity Club 5, President, 4, Intramural Athletics. Xxx .,f 1' ,ff T, X' ,, Af :- ll mf - AL ll I tj 1942 ALVIN HUDSON MILLER LOCKLIES, VIRGINIA Apjvliazrzf for BA. Degree SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Freshman Cross Country, Choir, 1, 2, llveb Staff, lg Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, Intramural Athletics. WILLIAM EDWIN MILLER, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Ajvjlliazzzt for BS. Degree in BllI'fIIL9J'J' A62llIlil2i.l'fI'.lfj0ll LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Collegiizzz Business Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE KENNETH MILLER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Ajvplimzzt for B.S. Degree in BIl.1'IllL'.t'1' Admilzirfmfimz SIGMA PHI EPsII.oN Freshman Football, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 13 Debate Team. 1. BERT WILLIAM MILLING MOBILE, ALABAMA Ajfjflimzzt for BS. Degree in B.7l.1'jlIL'!.t' Adnzizzirtriztiorz KAPPA SIGMA Freshman Football, Varsity Football, 2, 3, Captain, 4, Class Treasurer, lg Vice-Presb dent, 2, Harlequin Club, 4, Interfraternity Council, 4, Athletic Representative, 43 Deans List. JERRY G. MILLER ' FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA Afvplirrml for B.S, Degree in B1z.fi1zeJ2I Adnzizzifmzfion Freshman Track, Philologian Literary So ciety, 2, 3g Band, 1, 2, 3. ROBERT S. MURPHEY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimzzf for BS. Degree 4, , X , .gr T281 MATTHEW NATHAN BROOKLYN, NEW YORK Afrplimrzf for B.A. Degree Transfer from Bluelielcl College, Beta Beta Beta, Varsity Track, 3, 4. The Queen of ibe Senior Ba!! EDWIN EINDLAY PAULI RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Ajvjllirrzfzf for Bfl. Degree PHI DELTA THETA I-29I HAROLD WAYNE PARKER CARTERSVILLE, VIRGINIA fljrjvlizxzrzl for BS. Degree Transfer from Bluelielcl College, Alpha Delta, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 5, Ministerial Association, 3, 4, Track, 41 Camera Club, 4. JAMES LINWOOD PETERS SANDSTON, VIRGINIA Af7f71jt'cIllf for BS. Degree in B11firzei1r Adzrzizzixmztiorz P1 KAPPA ALPHA Freshman Trackg Harlequin Club, 3, 4, Ecnnnmica Club, 5, 43 Varsity Track, 41 Intramural Athletics. I ROBERT MACGN PHILLIPS PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Appljrtzzzf for B.S. Degree RALPH KNIGHT PICKELS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Apjrlimrzt for B.S. Degree SIGMA ALPHA EPs1LoN Pi Delta Epsilon, llneb Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, President, 4, Choir, 1, 2, 3, President, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, Interme- diate Honors, Chemistry Club, 5. 4, Senator- at large, Intramural Athletics. MALCOLM UPSHUR PITT, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA fijgirlimzzf for BA. Degree PHI GAMMA DELTA Omicron Delta Kappa, President of Student Government, 4, Freshman Basketball, Var- sity Basketball, 2, 3, Captain, 4, Freshman Baseball, Varsity Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, Senator, 3, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 2, 3, Deans List. ROBERT ELMO PIPER, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnl for B.S. Degree Sigma Pi Sigma, Collegian Circulation Staff, 1, 2, Manager Accounts, 3, 4, Mathematics, 1, Band, 2, Librarian, 3, Business Manager, 4, Choir, 3, 4, University Players, 3, 4, Radio Guild, Electrician, 3, 4, Chemistry Club. 3, 4. Collegian Staff, 1, 2, 3, Varsity Track, 3, 4 Intramural Athletics. The Science Quad wuz gl e f30l LEONARD ALFRED PURDY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.S. Degree PHI DELTA TI-IETA Fencing, 1, Camera Club, 1, Biology Club, 4. WILLIAM LAMAR ROBERSON HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Beta Beta Beta, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 3, Biology Club, 4, Intramural Athletics. TONY RUSSELL REA SPENCER, VIRGINIA Applirant for B.A. Degree Cross Country, 1, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1. DONALD KENT ROBERTSON MATTOAX, VIRGINIA Applirant for B.S. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Pi Sigma, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4, University Players, 1, 3, Business Man- ager, 4, Band, 1, 2, Intermediate Honors, Chemistry Club, 3, 4, Radio Guild, 4, Law- rence Fellowship, De-an's List. 'k X X . XP-X X 'YQ X IW XX, A asf? A XX' 1942 PHILIP GORDON REMINE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applifara for B.S'. Degree KAPPA SIGMA Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Beta Beta Freshman Track, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4 Track, 2, 3, 4, Philologian Literary Society 1, 2, 33 Senator-at-large, 2, Biology Club 3, 4, Chemistry Club, 3, 4. CHARLES ROBINSON RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Appliranf for B.A. Degree l31I , .Z we N I 'k .ig- . Q1 .I li Q X A I I . W - iifz ,-,Le f .V mix tsffv- fs, X 2 zNs::,v, f X mf... ff -:iff . S ZANE GREY ROSS CHILHOWIE, VIRGINIA Applimzzf for B.A. Degree Transfer from Bluefield College, Ministerial Association, 3, 4, Radio Guild, 3, Chief Engineer, 4, Camera Club, 3, Vice-Presi- dent, 4. DAVID LAUDER ROBERTSON, JR. PELI-IAM, NEW YORK Afvpliamf for BS. Degree in Bll.l'IlZFI,Y Admifzirlmzimz LEANDER THOMAS SAUNDERS, JR Freshman, Football, Baseball, Varsity Foot- IVQR, VIRGINIA ball, 2, 3, 4, Track, 5, 4. EDWARD ROBIN SCHAPIRO RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Afrplimrzf for B.A. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Modern Language Club, Intermediate Honors, Dean's List. Applirtmt for BA. Degree PHI GAMMA DELTA Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, Web Staff, 1, 2, Assistant Editor, 3, Editor-in-Chief, 4, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 5, Meixrezzger. Associate Editor, 3, Rho Eta Sigma, Honor Council, Secretary, 4, Y.M.C.A., Inter- mediate Honors. I323 CHARLES RAY ROUTON RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Afvfvfimzzf for BS, Degree in Bnrizzerr Admirzirrrrzfiozz ELI IRVING SCHRIEBERG RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Af7f7lfL':1l7l for BA. Degree PHI ALPHA ROBERT HAMMOND SEASE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnf for BA. Degree SIGMA PHI EPSILON Harlequin Club, 3, MARTIN SHEINTUCH PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Applimnf for BS. Degree Transfer from University of Virginia, llneb Staff, 2, Intramural Athletics. Senior MeVczy at the Pop Concert I33I LAWRENCE BROWINING SHEFEIELD RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Aflplimnt for BA. Degree Band, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, 33 Aviation, 3, 4. WILLIAM JAMES SNOW RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Appliranf for B.S. Degree Sigma Pi Sigma, University Players, 1, Radio Guild, 3, 4. CHARLES EVERETT SPAIN PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Af7f71it'rIllf for Bfl. Degree Transfer from Bluefield Collegeg Minis- terial ASSuCiati0n, 5, 4. LAWRENCE EARL SPIERS, JR RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Ajrplicrznt for BA, Degree Glee Club, Librarian, 1, 2, 3, 4. ALEX B. STERNBERG RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirrzrzf for BA. Degree University Players, 3, 4. EPHRAIM STEINBERG RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfzf for BS. Degree PHI ALPHA S, C. Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 21 Chem- istry Club, 3, 4g Secretary, Phi Alpha, 3, Vice-President, 43 Intramural Athletics. The Re fecfory EEE!! IMI JACKSON JOHNSON TAYLOR WINNABOW, NORTH CAROLINA Applimrzr for BS. Degree Sigma Pi Sigma, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Freshman Football, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 2g Intramural Athletics. JOHN MARSHALL TRAYLOR RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnl for B.S. Degree 'A' 5? Y XX E 1 f .gn e . fix I 1942 WILLIAM ALEXANDER TAYLOR SPENCER, VIRGINIA Applirrznl for B.S, Degree in Bufirzerr Admirzirlration LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 13 Intra- mural Athleticsg Dean's List. HARDING LESTER THOMAS MARTIN SVILLE, VIRGINIA Applirrznt for BS. Degree THETA CHI Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Athletics. FREDERICK BOQTH UZZLE CHARLES TIMOTHY WALTHALL PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA MATOACA VIRGINIA R dl GXITEZIIMZZL BLA' ieifeg U A Applimzzl for BA. Degree a io ui , ,-, irec or, , 3 0 e mn Staff, lg Camera Club, 3, President, THFTA CHI I35I 'k I I X, I L xt ,Q , fa, BZQGQEE 1942 ROY JORDAN WASHER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimrzt for B.S. Degree in Blnirzeu' Adrrzizziffruiiorz WALTER DANIEL WHOLEY FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA Aj7f7liL11lZl for BA. Degree Freshman Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Varsity, Football, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, Captain, 4, Newman Club, Vice-President, 3. SCOTT HENRY WERMUTH, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applmzrzf for B.S. Degree in BZIJIIZFJI' Adirzirziffmfiorz STUART LEE WILLIAMS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimrzf for BA. Degree Pi Delta Epsilon, Rho Eta Sigma, Fresh- man Track Manager, Collegitzrz Business Staff, 1, Stall Assistant, 2, News Editor, 31 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Business Manager, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Spider Handbook Assistant Editor, 3, Edi- tor, 4. i561 THOMAS EMMETT WARRINER IR LAWRENCEVILLE, VIRGINIA flpplicmzf for B.A. Degree THETA CHI Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, Tau Kappa Alpha, Rho Eta Sigma, Colle- gimz Reporter, 1, News Editor, 2, Managing Editor, 3, Editor-in-Chief, 4, Philologian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, Debate Team, 2, 3, Vice-President Class, 3, Planning Commis- sion, 3, 4, University Players, 3, 4, Harle- quin Club, 3, 4, ll"eb Staff, 3, Intermediate Honors, McAdams Award, Vice-President Student Government, 4, Intramural Ath- letics. THOMAS NELSON ,WILLIAMS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Ajrplimrzf for B.S. Degree KAPPA ALPHA Pi Delta Epsilon, Freshman Track Man- ager, Cross Country, Collegian Reporter, 1, Manager- Exchanges, 2, Assistant Adver- tising Manager, 3, Business Manager, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Spider Handbook, Business Manager, 3, Chemistry Club, 4, Radio Guild, 3. M 5 , MARK S. WILLING MOUNT HOLLY, VIRGINIA Applifanz for B.A. Degree P1-11 KAPPA SIGMA Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, President, W'eb Staff, 2, Assistant Editor, 3, President of Class, 33 Merrenger Staff, 4, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, 39 Forensic Council, 3: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, 3, Intramural Athletics. . CHARLIE FRANCIS WINGO RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applifarzl for B.5'. Degree Chemistry Club, 33 Deans List. ANDREW ANTHONY F RONCZEK HARVEY, ILLINOIS Freshman Football, Varsity Football, 2, 3g Track, 1, 2, 33 Chemistry Club. IULIAN OVERBY WINN KEYSVILLE, VIRGINIA Applifanz for B.A. Degree Alpha Mu Omicrong Collegian, Circulation Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, 2, Dean's List. T371 LAWRENCE HAYWOOD WILLIS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applifarzt for BS. Degree Chemistry Club, 3, 4, Dean's List. ROY PAUL W YMBS FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA Applirarzf for B.S, Degree Band, 1, 2, 3, President, 2, Honor Council 3, Chairman, 4, Varsity Golf, 3, 43 College Orchestra, Student Leader, 33 Chemistry Club, 3, 4, Sigma Pi Sigma, Intramural Athleticsg Fredericksburg Club, Presidentg Dean's List. GEORGE NELSON BULL, JR. . HOWAIID OLSEN BURNETTE . ROWLAND HARVEY BURNS . WILLARD WHITE BURTON .. AUBREY SNEAD CAMDEN ...... . . Norfolk, Va . . Boulevard, Va . . Lebanon, Va . . Richmond, Va . . . Chatham, Va ROBERT BARNETT CARTER, JR. . .. .. Richmond Va unior Class VANCE QUENTIN ALVIS ..... GEORGE THOMAS ASBELL, JR. . ROSCOE SEASF AULL, JR. .... , JOHN WARREN BAIN . .. IVAN RAY BAKER, JR. ...... . JOSEPH RANDALL BALDERSON . WILLIAM THORNTON BAREFORD JAMES HAMILTON BARNES ..,. JAMES HARMON BARNETT, III . ROBERT GREIG BARR ........ ARTHUR DOUGLAS BEACHAM . . CHARLEY ROBERT BELLIS . .. I-IINTON CLAY BINFORD, JR. .. EDGAR MALLORY BINNS ...... SAMUEL SKINNER BRITT, JR, . . ARTHUR HENRY BROWN, JR. . . .. . SabOt,Va. . . . . . . Portsmouth, Va. Vlashington, D. C. .. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Norfolk, Va. . . . . . . Petersburg, Va. . . . . Ozeana, Va. . . . , Richmond, Va. . . . . , Richmond, Va. . . . . . Richmond, Va. . . . . Greenville, S. C. . . . . Apollo, Pa. . . . Richmond, Va. . . . Roanoke, Va . .... Abingdon, Va . . . . . Bangor, Pa FRED WALLACE CLARKSON . RIARVIN FREDERICK COLE FRANK STUART COVEY ..... ROBERT HENRY CRANSHAW . ROBERT RITCHIE CRAWFORD HENRY ADDISON DALTON .. WILLIAM FRANKLIN DAVIS . JOHN LAWS DECKER ,...... FITCHETT TROWER Dix . . CARL KISSEL DVORSCHAK .. 1 . . . . Roanoke, Va . . Richmond, Va . . Richmond, Va . . Richmond, Va . . Richmond, Va . . Richmond, Va , ........ Blantons, Va White Plains, N. Y ...,... Eastville, Va ., Wallington, N. J SHERWOOD BAKER ECK .. GEORGE LEE EUTING ...... GEORGE LANGSTER FARNUM . . .. ROBERT WILLIAM FENLON . .. . . ROBERT JAMES FILER ........ VUILLIAM JOSEPH FINNEGAN . JOHN ROBERT FITZGERALD . .. ARTHUR POUND FLIPPO .. JOSEPH ANTHONY FORTUNATO RALPH WOODFORD FRANKLIN IVAN GRAHAM FREED ....... GUY RAYMOND FRIDDELL ROBERT DANIEL GANO . . JOHN LEFEBYRE GAYLE .... WILLIAM WAYNE GENTRY . .. ROBERT OYKENNON GILL . . . . . Richmond, Va . . Richmond, Va . . . Richmond, Va Wasliington, D. C . . Richmond, Va . . Richmond, Va .. Pittsburgh, Pa . . Doswell, Va . . .. . Montclair, N. J Fredericksburg, Va Harrisonburg, Va. . . Richmond, Va . . Richmond, Va . . Richmond, Va . . Richmond, Va . . Ettrick, Va WILLIAM BROCKENBROUGH GRAHAM .. Richmond, Va JOHN EDWARD GRIGG ...,.. JEROME GROSS ........... WAI.TER WIGHTMAN HADEN ROBERT MORSE HATHAVUAY JOHN CABELL HORSLEY . .. ALTON LEROY HOWELL HARVEY LEE HUDSON RUPERT STANLEY HUGHES . JAMES WILSON HUNEYCUTT MORELAND RUSSELL IRBY . ALEXANDER SAMUEL JACOBS FIOYD ELDRIDGE JARVIS, JR. FRED ALBERT JENNINGS, JR. CECIL FRANKLIN JONES CI ARENCE BAILEY JONES . . . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . . . . Fife, Va Pleasantville, Va . . . Schuyler, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . Petersburg, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va Pendleton, N. C lN'fAXWELL DAVID KATZ . JAMES BRUCE KELLISON .. HUGH LATIMER KEYSER ...,.. RICHARD HARRINGTON IQRAFT . HUNTER TREVIELIAN LEAKE, JR. WILLIAM ALLISTER MACKENZIE W'ILLIAM CLIFFORD MALI.ERY . JACK HAMILTON MANLEY . .. THEODORE TUCKER .BIARTIN . . SAMUEL DOUGLAS MCCAMMON, WILLIAM HENRY METZGER, JR. JOSEPH BERNARD MICHAELSON STEPHEN LORD MITCHELL ERNEST WARNER MOONEY, JR. RICHARD BAXTER NICHOLS, JR. RICHARD CLEMFNT OXVEN, JR. Montclair, N. J . . Richmond, Va Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. . Richmond, Va. . . . . Roadstown, N. J . Richmond, Va . Buchanan, Va . . Towson, Md . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va Martinsville, Vu Petersburg, Va , Richmond, Va . . Norfolk, V11 SPENCER OWENS ........ XVARREN M1XXW'EI.L PACE . . HORACE EUGENE PERKINS . . GORDON FRANKLIN PHILLIPS OSCAR AUGUST POHLIG, JR. . VICTOR EUGENE PREGEANT . . . . HARVEY BENSON PRICE .. ROLLO IVAN PUSEY, JR. . MEREDITH W. RHODES University of STRAUGHAN STAFFORD RICHARDSON, JR. ARTHUR PARK ROACH, JR. . . FRANK LAFAYETTE ROSE, JR. HECTOR MANUEL SAMPAYO . WILLIAM ALFRED SANDRIDGE DANIEL JOSEPH SASMOR .... Portsmouth, Va. . . . Bloomfield, N. J. Richmond, Va. Pocahontas, Va. Richmond, Vu. Richmond, Va. . . Phoebus, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. . . . . Lilian, Va. Richmond, Va. . . . . Windsor, Va. Richmond, Va. GEORGE WILLIAM SADLER, JR. ....... . . . . . San Juan, Puerto Rico Richmond, Va. . . . Bronx, N. Y. '. H. Ag, Q S-1 , FM ., . A ff DAVE EDWARD SATTERFIELD, III . . . . Richmond, Va JOHN ALIGIISTINE SCHOOLS .... . Richmond, Va. WILBLIIL LESTER SKINNER . . . ....,. Richmond, Va HARRY LAMONT SNEAD, JR. . .. Colonial Heights, Va PHILIP SPAHN ................ . . Rutlz1nd,Vt JAMES RICHARD THISTLETHWAITE EDWIN RANDOLPH TURNER ...,. ELMO JENKINS VOGT ..... STANLEY SAUL WATTS . . ELMER STONE WEST, JR. ....,. , ALFRED MCAI,LISTER WHEELER FRANK EDGE Rxfl-IEELER ....... HAIROLD MITCHELL WHITE ..... XX"ILLIAM BERNARD WILKINSON . RICHARDSON PRESTON WILLIAMS CALVIN LEROY WILSON ....... The Ljbl'cII"J' , Richmond, Va . . Hopewell, Va . . Trevilians, Va . . Richmond, Va . . . . Mayslick, Ky Fredericksburg, V11 . . , Arrington, Va . . Wfindsor, N. C . . . McKenney, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Vu FIRST ROW: J. B. Adams, R. T. Adams, W. B. Adams, Armstrong, Atkins, Bain, Barney, Baroody. SECOND ROW: Baylor, Bohannon, Bourne, Bowden, Brenner, Bristow, Brown, Brumble. THIRD ROW: Bryan, Buford, Burnett, H. M. Butler, H. W. Butler, Clark, Coffman, Conklin. FOURTH ROW: Coor, Coulter, Crabtree, Creadick, Culyer, Dabney, Edwards, Ellis, Elmore. . JAMES BELT ADAMS Halifax, Virginia RAY FRANKLIN ADAMS Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM BIIRDETTE ADAMS Ccntralia, Virginia THOMAS W. ARMSTRONG, JR. Culpeper, Virginia HERBERT ADOLPHUS ATRINS, JR. Richmond, Virginia JAMES WILSON BAIN Brooklyn, New York PHILIP BARNEY Petersbur ,Vir inia fl 8 AI IfRED FRED BAROODY Richmond, Virginia RICHARD NORTON BAYLOR Richmond, Virginia Op OITIOIG Ci8,SS JOHN FRANKLIN BOHANNON Richmond, Virginia CHESTER W. LAYTON BOLIRNE Quantico, Virginia EDWARD ELEY BOWDEN Richmond, Virginia LOUIS BRENNER Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM EDMIIND BIIISTOW Richmond, Virginia FORREST WHITFIELD BIROWN, JR. Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM DAVID BRLYMELE Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM JAMES BRYAN, JR. Richmond, Virginia T423 CHARLES WALTHALL BLIEORD, JR. Scarsdale, New York CLEM FITCH BLIRNETT, JR. Richmond, Virginia HENIQY LIONTT BUTLER Santiago, Dominican Republic HOWARD W. BUTLER, JR. Richmond, Virginia GARLAND LEWIS CLARKE Lawrenceville, Virginia JOHN MILTON COEEMAN Richmond, Virginia EDWAIKD GORDON CONRLIN Rockville, Maryland RONALD GORDON COOR, JR. Richmond, Virginia RAYMOND BERNARD COULTER, J Ashland, Virginia GEORGE WILLIAM CRABTREE Rio de Janeiro, Brazil WILLIAM R. CREADICK, JR. Bridgeport, Connecticut ROBERT PIERCY CLILYER Port Chester, New York EDWIN PRICE DAENEY Richmond, Virginia RICHARD LEE EDWARDS Petersburg, Virginia PIERCE SARTORIUS ELLIS, JR. Tallahassee, Florida FLETCHER LEIOH ELMORE, JR. Alberta, Virginia JOHN MILTON HLMORE, JR. Richmond, Virginia EDWARD MITCHELL EPPES, III Richmond, Virginia ROBERT M. HENRY ERICKSON Jamestown, New York HARVEY THOMPSON FARMER, J Richmond, Virginia HUGH ANTHONY FEELEY New Philadelphia, Pennsylvania PATRICK IGNATIUS FENLON Washington, D. C. R. PHILIP WINFREE FORE, JR. Culpeper, Virginia JUNIUS EDWARD FOSTER, JR. Hudgins, Virginia MILTON DAVID FRIEDENBERG Petersburg, Virginia JULIUS STANLEY GARBETT Richmond, Virginia WILLIARI DAVID GARVEY Richmond, Virginia GEORGE BERSHOLD GASSER, JR PAUL JOSEPH GRAHAM Brooklyn, New York CHARLES GREER HALL Richmond, Virginia GEORGE FRANCIS HALL, JR. Brentwood, Maryland EARL HENRY HAMNER, JR. Schuyler, Virginia FRANK BACON HART, JR. Richmond. Virginia -JAMES THOMAS HATCHER, JR. ALLEN WADDELL FLANNAGAN, JR- Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Louisa, Virginia ERNEST BURDETTE GATTEN, JR. DON FAY HIGINBOTHAM DONALDFLAX R'h a V' ' ' Ba IW IV' ' ' . . . . IC fI'lOl"l 11' H1121 fl 6 OI' 6' l1'UII'l121 Richmond, Virginia ' g g P ' 5 C' VUILLIAM LIVINGSTONE FLOWERS CHARLES F. GINDHART, JR. HENRY CURTIS HOLLOMAN Brooklawn, New Jersey Newport News, Virginia Richmond, Virginia DOUGLAS MORRIS HOLT Richmond, Virginia LINWOOD TYLER HORNE Norfolk, Virginia JAMES FREDERICK HUBBARD Bon Air, Virginia THOMAS PARRE HUGHES Richmond, Virginia ALVIN DAVID JACOBS Petersburg, Virginia CARL ANDREW JANSSEN Chester, Virginia HERNDON PHILPOTT JEFFREYS Chase City, Virginia BERTRAM ALFRED JONES Richmond, Virginia FIRST ROW: Elmore, Eppes, Erickson, Farmer, Feeley, Fenlon, Flannagan, Flax. SECOND ROW: Flowers, Fore, Foster, Friedenberg, Garbett, Garvey, Gasser, Gatten. THIRD ROW: Gindhart, Graham, C. G. Hall, G. F. Hall, Hamner, Hart, Hatcher, Higinbotham. FOURTH ROW: I-Iolloman, Holt, Horne, Hubbard, Hughes, Jacobs, Janssen, Jeffreys, B. A. Jones. l43l FIRST ROW: L. G. Jones, T. W. Jones, Kantor, Keppler, King, Kinsey, Laurinaitis, Lawler. SECOND ROW: Lawrence, Lee, Long, Longaker, Lowery, Lubman, Luttrell, Macllwaine. THIRD ROW: Madigan, McClanahan, McClaren, Mallory, Mears, L. F. Miller, W. AF. Miller, Moffett, Moncure. FOURTH ROW: Moseley, Nichols, Oliver, Paredes, Pasternack, Phipps, Pinger, Proffitt, Read. LINWOOD GARLAND JONES Richmond, Virginia THADDEUS WALLACE JONES Cheriton, Virginia LEONARD JACK KANTOR New York, New York PHILIP KEPPLER Richmond, Virginia CASPER SIDNEY KING Lynchburg, Virginia EUGENE EDWARD KINSEY, JR. Richmond, Virginia FRANCIS IGNATILIS LAURINAITIS New Philadelphia, Pennsylvania COURTNEY FRANKLIN LAWLER Clif-ton Forge, Virginia ROBERT SPENCER LAWRENCE Richmond, Virginia FRANK HARRISON LEE Richmond, Virginia ROBERT CLIFTON LONG Richmond, Virginia HORACE GEORGE LONGAKER, JR. Newport News, Virginia RICHARD WILBORN LOWERY Halifax, Virginia MELVIN VERNON LUBMAN Petersburg, Virginia OSCAR EDWYN LUTTRELL, JR. Baltimore, Maryland WILLIAM ANDREW MACILWAINE Richmond, Virginia JOHN QUINTON MADIGAN Queens Village, L. I., New York DUDLEY WALTON MALLORY, JR. Richmond, Virginia BERRY JUDSON MCCLANAHAN Richmond, Virginia SAMUEL LEE MCCLAREN Summit, Virginia WILLIAM JOSEPH MEARS Richmond, Virginia Louis FRANKLIN MILLER Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM FREDERICK MILLER Madison, Connecticut BROOKE MILLER MOITFETT Washington, Virginia RICHARD CASSIUS LEE MONCURE Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM VINCENT MOSELEY, JR. Richmond, Virginia lI44l THOMAS WILLIAM NICHOLS New Rochelle, New York GEORGE JEFFRIES OLIVER, JR Richmond, Virginia OSWALD OGDEN PAREDES Centralia, Virginia SIDNEY PASTERNACK Hartford, Connecticut WILLIAM HENRY PHIPPS Richmond, Virginia HARVEY PINGER Bronxville, New York JOHN STEPHEN PROFFITT Richmond, Virginia JOHN LEWIS READ, JR. Camden, New Jersey GEORGE EDWARD REYNOLDS Richmond, Virginia OSCAR WM. RODENHISER, JR. Osaka, Virginia WILLIAM YOUNG ROPER, JR. Richmond, Virginia JOHN BERTRAND ROSE, JR. Richmond, Virginia JOHN BEN ROUZIE, JR. Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM ELDRIDGE SATTERWHITE Richmond, Virginia ULYSSES SETTLE SAVAGE, JR, Phoebus, Virginia WILLIAM FRANCIS SCHEERER Pottsville, Pennsylvania WILBUR MAXTON SHEAFFER Richmond, Virginia HOUSTON BOYD SIZER Roanoke, Virginia VICTOR ANTHONY SKORAPA Richmond, Virginia CARLTON LEE SLATE Petersburg, Virginia WILLIAM MOSES SMITH, JR. Dillwyn, Virginia EDWIN JUDSON SNEAD, JR. Fork Union, Virginia WILLIAM ROSWELL SNEAD Covington, Virginia WARREN AUBREY STANSBURY Richmond, Virginia ALBERT LUCIAN STOIITAMIRE Richmond, Virginia LAWRENCE LEE TAPSCOTT Scottsville, Virginia RICHARD FERRELL TEASS, JR. Petersburg, Virginia WILLIAM ALIGUSTLIS TROTTER, III Clarksville, Virginia JOHN WALTER VALIGHN I-Iammonton, New Jersey AUBREY MAX WALKER Clifton Forge, Virginia WILLIAM W. WALTHALL, JR. Richmond, Virginia ROBERT WILLIAM WASH, JR. Applegrove, Virginia LELAND HLIRBERT WATERS, JR, Richmond, Virginia MILTON WEISS Richmond, Virginia EDWIN THOMAS WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia HOWAIKD MACK WILLIAMS Laurinburg, North Carolina RICHARD KENNON WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia ROBERT STIIRDEVANT WRIGHT Metuchen, New Jersey JOHN MITCHELL WYATT, III Richmond, Virginia ROBERT FRANKLIN WYATT, JR Townsend, Virginia CHAS. MERRIWETHER ZACHARIAS Richmond, Virginia JOHN CHARLES ZUBER Monroe, New Jersey FIRST ROW: Reynolds, Rhodenhiser, Roper, Rose, Rouzie, Satterwhite, Savage, Scheerer. SECOND ROW: Sheaffer, Sizer, Skorapa, Smith, E. D. Snead, W. R. Snead, Stansbury. THIRD ROW: Stoutamire, Tapscott, Teass, Trotter, Vaughn, Walker, Walthall, Wash, Waters, FOURTH ROW: Weiss, E. T. Williams, H. M. Williams, R. K. Williams, Wright, J. M. Wyatt, R. F. Wyatt, Zacharias, Zuber. I-45" .yvf -wt., 'Vi'- 1 Viv FIRST ROW: Armstrong, Ashworth, J. H. Atkinson, J. Atkinson, Avery, Baggett, J. W. Baker, Ballard. SECOND ROW: Barnett, Beale, Booker, Boothe, Bradley, Branch, Bricker, Bullock. THIRD ROW: Burruss, Bushnell, Cash, Carter, Clarke, Coats, Conner, Cosby. FOURTH ROW: Cox, Crump, Curtis, H, C. Decker, W. M. Decker, Delgado, Derdevanis, Dickinson. ANDREW ADAMS ARMSTRONG, JR. Richmond, Virginia DAVID WILLIAM ASHWORTH Richmond, Virginia JAMES HAROLD ATKINSON Richmond, Virginia JOHN ATKINSON, JR. Richmond, Virginia CLARENCE PHILIP AVERY, JR. Richmond, Virginia DURWARD EARL BAGGETT, JR. Richmond, Virginia FRANK WILLIAM BAKER Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania LEONARD WEAKLEY BALLARD Shelbyville, Kentucky IGS IIIEIH CldSS RICHARD MILAN BARNETT Roanoke, Virginia BARKLEY DEROY BEALE Nathalie, Virginia CLIFTON HITE BOOKER Richmond, Virginia ARCHIE MCKENSIE BOOTHE, JR. Roanoke, Virginia ROBERT SHERMAN BRADLEY Branford, Connecticut DAVID WARE BRANCH Richmond, Virginia ELWOOD EMANUEL BRICKER Richmond, Virginia ROBERT ALLEN BULLOCK, JR. Blantons, Virginia L46 WILLIAM RUSSELL BURRUSS Richmond, Virginia GEORGE FREDERICK BUSHNELL Kings-ton, New York LAWSON COURTNEY CARTER, JR. Hampton, Virginia LAWRENCE MOLER CASH Richmond, Virginia WALTER GLISTAVUS CLARKE, JR Midlothian, Virginia ROBERT KENNON COATS Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM STEWART CONNER Hanover, Virginia WILLIAM JOSEPH COSBY Richmond, Virginia l JOSEPH POWHATAN Cox Gordonsville, Virginia THADDEUS TALLEY CRUMP Richmond, Virginia THOMAS JEFFERSON CURTIS Richmond, Virginia HENRY CHESLEY DECKER Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM MARSHALL DECKER White Plains, New York ALFREDO DELOADO, JR. Mexico City, Mexico LOUIS JOHN DERDEVANIS Richmond, Virginia VIVIAN EARL DICKINSON Bumpass, Virginia LINWOOD CRUMPLER DRAKE, JR. Sunbeam, Handsom, Virginia ROBERT HAMILTON DUNNAVANT Richmond, Virginia WALTER FRANCIS EANES Richmond, Virginia JACK EMERSON ELLIOTT Richmond, Virginia JOHN MERLE EMERT Dillwyn, Virginia NORMAN ENDE Petersburg, Virginia GEORGE ROBERT ENDICOTT Richmond, Virginia FRANCIS ANDREW EVANS Pottsville, Pennsylvania JAMES HILL FILLING, JR. Wfoodville, Virginia JACK PAUL FISCH Richmond, Virginia RICHARD HARDING FISHER Roanoke, Virginia WILLIAM WADE FITZGERALD Covington, Virginia CHARLES JOSEPH GAMBILL, JR Richmond, Virginia REUBEN BERKELEY GARNETT Beulahville, Virginia ALFRED PERCY GATES, JR. West Point, Virginia WALTER CARROLL GENTRY, JR Richmond, Virginia HERBERT COGHILI. GILL Ettrick, Virginia JOHN CRADDOCK GLEASON Roanoke, Virginia EDWARD CALL HAAKE Richmond, Virginia JAMES RICHARD HAGUE Richmond, Virginia . HOWARD BENJAMIN I-IALE Edwardsville, Virginia CLEVE GORDON HALL, JR. Richmond, Virginia CLEVELAND EDWARD HALL South Hill, Virginia Richmond, Virginia . GEORGE STANLEY HARDING, JR. RAY MAXEY l'lARE, JR. Chevy Chase, Maryland FLEMING BENTON HARPEIK, JR. Portsmouth, Ohio ARTHUR BENTON HAUFT Hempstead, New York JOSEPH HOWARD HOLLEMAN, JR Surry, Virginia ROBERT ALLEN HOUGHTON Berryville, Virginia EDWARD CRAWLEY IRBY Kenbridge, Virginia LARS EDWARD JANSON Arlington, Virginia THOMAS HENRY JENNINGS Appomattox, Virginia FIRST ROW: Drake, Dunnavant, Eanes, Elliott, Emert, Ende, Endicott, Evans. SECOND ROW: Filling, Fisch, Fisher, Fitzgerald, Gambill, Garnett, Gates, Gentry. THIRD ROW: Gill, Gleason, Haake, Hague, Hale, C. G. Hall, C. E. Hall, Harding. FOURTH ROW: Hare, Harper, Hauft, Holleman, Houghton, Irby, Janson, Jennings. i47l FIRST ROW: Jewett, E. A. Johnson, J. R. Johnson, J. S. Johnson, Jones, Jordan, Jurgens, Keefer. SECOND ROW: Kent, Kessler, King, Kingery, Knight, Knox, Kronenhitter, LaLuna. THIRD ROW: Leaming, Lockey, Loomer, Luck, Ludlam, Lumpkin, Lusby, Mabry. FOURTH ROW: Magee, Malay, Mann, Mardan, J. L. Martin, M. B. Martin, Matthews, Mattox, Michelle. JEREMIAH JONATHAN JEWETT Richmond, Virginia EDWARD ALLEN JOHNSON Arlington, Virginia JAMES RAINEY JOHNSON Norfolk, Virginia JAMES SHIRLEY JOHNSON Richmond, Virginia CLAUDE CURTIS JONES Arcadia, Florida HILDRED DALLAS JORDAN, JR. Richmond, Virginia CHARLES DAVID JURGENS Bon Air, Virginia DAVID EWING KEEPER Alexandria, Virginia ROBERT CARR KENNEDY Richmond, Virginia ROBERT LEE KENT Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM CHARLES KING, JR. Richmond, Virginia CHARLES FISHER KINGERY, JR. Rocky Mount, Virginia WILLIAM IRVIN KNIGHT, JR. Richmond, Virginia THOMAS BAYLY KNOX Northield, New Jersey ROBERT PAGE KRONENBITTER Leonia, New Jersey GENEROSO JOSEPH LALUNA Ossining, New York 48 HUGO PROSPER LEAMING Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM H. LOCKEY, JR. Richmond, Virginia ELVIN COFER LOOMER Smithfield, Virginia WILLIAM TYREE LUCK, JR. Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM FRANCIS LUDLAM Glen Allen, Virginia ROBERT JOSEPH LUMPKIN Richmond, Virginia FREDERICK STANLEY LUSBY Arlington, Virginia JESSE HUGHES MABRY, JR. Newport News, Virginia BENJAMIN HARRISON MAGEE Richmond, Virginia RICHARD EDWARD MALAY Richmond, Virginia FRANK WILLIAM MANN,, JR. Richmond, Virginia OMAR VAN WALKUP MARDAN Richmond, Virginia J. L. MARTIN White Post, Virginia MALCOLM BRUCE MARTIN Lanexa, Virginia ORVILLE C. MATTHEWS, JR. Hot Springs, Virginia CONRAD BLUNT MATTOX Gretna, Virginia PAUL B. MICHELLE, JR. Richmond, Virginia KENNETH MILLHISER Richmond, Virginia -CARROLL WELFORD MILLS Richmond, Virginia MILTON DONALD MITLER New York, New York HOWARD WHITE MOORE Richmond, Virginia BERNARD VINCENT MORAN, JR. Petersburg, Virginia JAMES PIERPONT MORGAN Altavista, Virginia CHARLES ANTHONY MOSES Richmond, Virginia CHARLES GAYLE MOTLEY Richmond, Virginia HARRY ROBERT MUNDY Roanoke, Virginia ALLEN THOMAS MURPHY, JR. Richmond, Virginia CHARLES WOODEORD MYLIUS, JR, Richmond, Virginia JOHN PRINCEWOOD OLIVER, JR. Richmond, Virginia LEWYN OPPENHEIM Arlington, Virginia WALTER LEROY PARKER Richmond, Virginia HARRY JOHN PERRIN Richmond, Virginia CHARLES FRANCIS PORRATA Santurce, Porto Rico MAYNARD ROBERT POWELL, JR. Richmond, Virginia ALBERT HARVEY PYLES Chevy Chase, Maryland RUPERT W. QUAINTANCE, JR. Lundale, West Virginia JAMES HERBERT REID, JR. Ethel, West Virginia CARROLL JORDAN RICHARD Covington, Virginia GEORGE GORDON RITCHIE, JR. Richmond, Virginia LUCIEN WOOD ROBERTS, JR. Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM HENRY ROBINSON Richmond, Virginia NORMAN ROLFE New York, New York ALBERT RUSSINOFF Richmond, Virginia ALBERT VERNON SALEEBY Hopewell, Virginia THOMAS ARCHER SAUNDERS South Hill, Virginia BERNARD MANUEL SAVAGE Richmond, Virginia MORSE GUSTAVE SEYMOUR Salamonca, New York EDWARD HARRY SHAIA Richmond, Virginia ALONZO GARLAND SHELTON, JR Richmond, Virginia FRANCIS DUVAL SHEPHERD, JR Richmond, Virginia JACK BERTOLETTE SAGENDORF ERNEST IRVING SHEPPE, JR. Fairfax, Virginia Richmond, Virginia FIRST ROW: Millhiser, Mills, Mitler, Moore, Moran, Morgan, Moses, Motley, Mundy. SECOND ROW: Murphy, Mylius, Oliver, Oppenheim, Parker, Perrin, Porrata, Powell, Pyles. THIRD ROW: Quaintance, J. H. Reid, Richard, Ritchie, Roberts, Robinson, Rolfe, Russinoff, Sagendorf. FOURTH ROW: Saleeby, Saunders, Savage, Seymour, Shaia, Shelton, Shepherd, Sheppe. i491 Wiley, Willizlms. STEVE SILIANOEII WilI1Ierding, Pennsylvania OTHO OXVENS SIMPSON Falmouth, Virginia WILBUR MONTGOMERY SIMS Richmond, Virginia HUBERT FAY SMITH Columbia, South Carolina JOSEPH ALPHEUS SOLOMON Arlington, Virginia EMMET LESLIE SPENCE, III Richmond, Virginia FRED DAVE SPIGEL Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM BAKER STARRITT Richmond, Virginia HENRY ROBERT STEIGLEDER Bowling Green, Virginia WILLIAM EMORY TRAINHAM FIRST ROXX'1 Silianoff, Simpson, Sims, Smith, Solomon, Spence, Speigel, Starritt, Steigleder. SECOND ROW: Storey, Swann, Sweeney, Taliaferro, P. J. Taylor, V. D. Taylor, Thornton, Trainham, Tucker. THIRD ROW: Tutwiler, Unger, Van Allen, Velenovsky, Walker, Wagstaff, Wilbourne, FOURTH ROW: Wiiimten, Wright, Yeatts, Yoffy, D. T. Young, H. W. Young, Zava. CARI. CLINTON STOREY Portsmouth, Virginia CHARLES EDWARD SWANN Richmond, Virginia JOHN FENTON SWEENEY, JR, Richmond, Virginia HUNTER HALSEY TALIAFERRO Hot SpringS, Virginia PRESTON JAMES TAYLOR Keller, Virginia VIRGIL DEITRICK TAYLOR Mappeville, Virginia ANDREW T. THORNTON, JR. Roanoke, Virginia Front Royal, Virginia JESSE MILLER TUCKER, JR. Richmond, Virginia , JR. 50 KENNETH GRAY TUTWILER Richmond, Virginia SAMUEL HIRSH UNGER Petersburg, Virginia KENNETH EDWARD VAN ALLEN Scottsville, Virginia EDWIN JOSEPH VELENOVSKY Eastport, Maryland HARRY CHARLES WALKER, JR. Richmond, Virginia CHESTER LEE ROY WAGSTAFF I McKenney, Virginia JACK BRADBURY WILBOURNE Roanoke, Virginia -JAMES HUNDLEY WILEY, JR. Richmond, Virginia GEORGE P. WILLIAMS, JR. Richmond, Virginia OSCAR SMITH WOOTEN Camden, South Carolina JAMES ROSCOE WRIGHT Rapidan, Virginia OTEY COLEMAN YEATTS Penhook, Virginia LAWRENCE MORTON YOFFY Richmond, Virginia DAVID THOMAS YOUNG, JR. Richmond, Virginia HERMAN WILTON YOUNG Richmond, Virginia THOMAS EUGENE ZAVA Victoria, Virginia l. l l-Westkampton offege Government Westhampton College Government again stressed the theme of individual responsibility as in 1940-41, though enlarging it to include re- sponsibility to home, nation, world, and self as well as to col- lege. The guide and new inspira- tion in this endeavor was Dean Martha B. Lucas who, besides teaching philosophy and religion, served as Social Dean, a new po- sition created by Dr. Boatwright at the joint request of the ad- Ninita Gonzalez, Preridezzf ' ' . ministration and the College Gov- ernment Association. Numerous changes in rules and policy were effected through the executive and judiciary councils, and the newly created Dormi- tory Committee. The Dormitory Committee, com- posed of the Residence Council and a Sophomore and Freshman representative, was created to give underclassmen better representation, and work on suggested improvements and the simplification of social rules. The importance of individual and group honor was impressed repeatedly throughout the year with the Council and Miss Lucas calling for a renewed sense of dignity and dependability. Social rules were altered and the privilege of having radios was granted when this new responsibility became manifest. A very practical demonstration of the clarification in enforcing rules was a penalty estab- lished for overcutting in Chapel. During Orientation Week Freshmen were re- quired to attend classes taught by College Council officers, explaining the rules, advising methods of study, helping with the problem of adjustment to college life, and interpreting the Honor Code by which the college lives. Another feature of Orien- tation Week was the annual Student Government dance given with the Richmond College Govern- ment in Milhiser Gym as an introduction to col- lege social life. Further cooperation with Rich- mond College resulted in the traditional Christmas Party held in the Social Center Building with the singing of French, German, and Spanish, as well as English Christmas Carols and a Santa Claus who distributed gifts. Afterwards the entire group pro- gressed over the campus singing to the professors in their homes. ln the fall of 1941, Ninita Gonzalez and Laura HONOR COUNCIL. LEFT TO RIGHT: Maxine Williams, Janice Lane, Laura jenkins, Chairmang Ninita Gonzalez, Reba Booker. fill jenkins were delegates to the student government convention at the University of Vermont, where they met with representatives from twenty-three other colleges to discuss their various problems and programs. Later in the year, they spent a memor- able week-end in Washington, D. C., as delegates to a convention of the International Student Serv- ice Bureau, at which time they were brought into close and valuable contact with those phases of the federal government which are concerned with the future and problems of youth. Delegates to the spring convention at Lynchburg, Virginia, were Barbara Lewis, president-elect of College Govern- ment, and Anne Lilly, newly elected chairman of the Honor Council. Not forgetting the prime importance of study, the administration had the walls of the reading room painted and the lights cleaned to give higher candle power, since they could not immediately provide new lighting fixtures. The College Government Association contrib- uted to the national war effort by sponsoring a series of informative lectures and forums, convert- ing the inactive surplus of the budget into defense bonds, encouraging students to buy stamps, bonds, and register for civilian defense work, and by organizing First Aid, Home Nursing, and Nutri- COLLEGE COUNCIL. TOP ROW: Betty Ann Petzinger, Bar- bara Lewis, Elizabeth Rice, Helen Ridgely. SECOND ROW: Rosalie Clary, Laura jenkins, Frances Badenoch, Ethne Flan- nagan. BOTTOM ROW: Janice Lane, Kay Henley, Pat Bromley. tion Courses. Throughout the year the emphasis was upon participation in College Government as the active expression of each student's belief in a democratic way of life. RESIDENCE COUNCIL. LEFT TO RIGHTQ Betty MacMurtry, Peggy Vicars, Laura jenkins, Chairman, Nancy Davis, Reba Booker. 5523 ' Senior Clfczss How does it feel to be a Senior? About the same way it felt to be a Freshman. Except that you're a little tired-and your big bright eyes have just the slightest hint of circles underneath. Youlve gained a little weight--and you aren't nearly so upset if your hair hasn't been combed in the last half hour. No, we're not excitable any more. We can re- member the time we thought we'd die when there was an exam question on something we'd never heard of. Now we can hardly wait to see what it will be. We accept it as a phenomenon of college life. We've lived through everything. The rush of Freshman Orientation has become a habit now. But we still remember the quiet thrill of Proclama- tion Night. And we'll never forget our first Song Contest. Then Lantern Night. Watching the long line of lanterns around the lake and gasping for breath between lines is something that lives yet in every Senior. Of course, by now three hour exams are a commonplace thing. But anyone will tell you that four years ago we exclaimed loudly that we could NEVER live through it. We didn't see how you could know enough to write that long. We couldn't see why anybody had ever wanted to get Prometheus Unbound either, but since all sophomores must revere the immortal Shelley, we bowed our heads. We CORRELATED it with dentists and castor oil. Since one morning at 4:00 A.M., a daisy is to be admired from afar, for we well remember the day when this seemingly inno- cent botanical specimen brought blisters to our hands. Now it can be told, though wild horses couldn't have dragged it from us before. The Orientation Week we sponsored as Juniors was a great success. The only slip was that we forgot to notify the l53 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Abernethy, President, Louise Hall, Secretary, Wilma Peters, Treasurer. SEATED: Sara Goode, Vice-President. juniors. But our intuition brought us anyhow. Then with the world situation constantly threaten- ing the distribution of the male population, we simply made our Prom a harem. You'll hear us telling our grandchildren about the Arabian Nights. And then we won the Song Contest. That was an upset because usually we ALMOST win things. These wrinkles of Senior brows have come from heavy brain work on the problem of having a May Day without spending any money. But we have proof of success in the form of a War Bond, to be converted, in future years, into a fund for a swim- ming pool. This has been a great year. We even be- came a Mother to a Chinese child. Yes, we've lived through everything. And it really doesn't feel strange to be a Senior. We look on the Freshmen with the benevolence of a St. Bernard. But we love it. We've loved it all and we'll never forget it. Oh, well. What's a Senior but a four-year old Freshman E' J 'k x , X , rm E ,, l X - L, 1942 KATHLEEN ABERNETHY BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Applicrllzt for B.A. Degree Cheer Leader, 1, Associate Editor, Mer- iwzger, 3, University Players, May Day, In- dustrial Committee, 3, Class President, 4. JOANNE BARLow RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Appliazrzt for B.A. Degree Y.XXf.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club, 3. Cla 7 LUCY BURKE ALLEN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applir-am for B.A. Degree ss Hockey, 1, El Picaro, 2, Y.W.C.A., -, 3, 4, Collegian Business Staff, 3, 4. EUNICE VIRGINIA BASS ETTRICK, VIRGINIA Applieant for BA. Degree MARION FRANCES BADENOCH RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirrmf for B.S. Degree in Physical Edumlion Mortar Board, Seal Winner, President, Ath- letic Association, 4, Treasurer, 3, Secretary 2, College Council, 1, 4, ll"eb Staff, 1 , C01- legifzrz Sports Reporter, 2, 3, Varsity Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Virginia Reserve, 4, Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 1, 3, Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, Archery Team, 2, 3, Varsity Tennis, 33 May Day, 3, May Day Committee, 4, Intermediate Honors. 1 JANE ELIZABETH BLAKE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirfml for B.A. Degree Beta Beta Beta, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Class 3'-W-C-A-, 1, 3, 3, 4l'ChOi1', LCS FCHWIUCS Track, 1, El Picaro, 1, Class Hockey, Biol- Savantes, 3, International Relations, 4. ogy Club, 3, 4, f54I awk, FRANCES CLAUDIA CALISCH RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfzt for B.A. Degree Mortar Board, Pi Delta Epsilon, Collegitnz, 1, 2, 5, 4, Reporter, 1, 2, News Editor, 31 Wfesthampton Editor, 4: Modern Dance Club, 2, International Relations Club, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day, 2, 3,3 May Day Committee, 4. to fbe C0lIZ'6I'lfj0II , 5, EVELYN MAE CLIFTON RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfzt for B.A. Degree Y.XW.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, International Rela- tions, El Picaro, 2, 3, 4, Debate Council, 2, 5. H m , ,... agitm rx 6,2322 MN rivet 3-sri t55l My e 2 ag, ROSALIE GORDON CLARY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Apjvlimzzt for BA. Degree Mortar Board, President, 4, Phi Beta Kap- pa, Eta Sigma Phi, Secretary, College Gov- ernment, 2, Treasurer, 33 Class Hockey, 1, 2, Y.XV.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Les Femmes Sa- vantes, 5, Vice-President, 3, May Day Com- mittee Business Manaer, 4, Intermediate Honors. EVELYN LINDA COSBY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirmzf for B.S. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Beta Beta, Chemistry Club, Biology Club, 3, 4, Newman Club, 3, 4, President, 3, Intermediate Honors, Chemistry Honors. CLARINE TOTTY CUNNINGHAM RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirrzlzf for B.A. Degree Eta Sigma Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha, Les Femmes Savantes, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.XV.C.A., Debate Council, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, Eta Sigma Phi, 3, President, Eta Sigma Phi, 4, Writers'.ClL1b, 4. 2 NANCY ELLEN DAVIS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applifmzt for BA. Degree Class Hockey, Collegian Reporter, 1, Mod- ern Dance Group, May Day, 2, President, Modern Dance Group, Intermediate Hon- ors, Collegian Business Staff, 3, Residence Council, International Relations Club, . Radio Guild, 4, Y.W.C.A., University Players, 3, 4. I MARY LOUISE DUVAL ARVONIA, VIRGINIA Applimni for BA. Degree Choir, 1, 2, Nostrae Filiae, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, International Relations, 5, 4, Les Femmes Savantes, El Picaro, 3, Presi- dent of Nostrae Filiae, 4. DOROTHY AMELIA DILL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applifazzl for BS. Degree Beta Beta Beta, Chemistry Club, Biology Club, 3, 4, Intermediate Honors. Q -1- i561 Senior Czmzzizzgfmm borrozvr money for defeme Jmnzpr : 'k X , w It i A i , .xx 1942 ETHNE CROWDER FLANNAGAN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnf for BA. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Tau Kappa Alpha, Eta Sigma Phi, Class President, 1, Radio Guild, 1, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, President, Y.W.C.A., 4, Debate Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 2, Class Basket- ball and Hockey, 1, 2, Nostrae Filiae, 1, 2, 5, 4, Class Representative to College Coun- cil, Web Staff, 1, 33 Class Treasurer, 31 President, Tau Kappa Alpha, 4, Les Fem- mes Savantes, Vesper Committee, 4, Inter- mediate Honors. JAMES ELIZABETH FRANKLIN SOUTH NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Applirazzl for BA. Degree Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, International Rela- tions, Puppets, El Picaro, 3, National News Council, 3, 4, Puppet Club, Biology Club, Class Hockey, 4. ELEANOR ANNE FRANK PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Applimnf for B.S. Degree Beta Beta Beta, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, Cheer Leader, 1, 2, 5, Head Cheer Leader, 4, Class Basketball, Biology Club, 1, 2, Junior Representative to Honor Council, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Class Hockey, 3, Vice-President, Y.W.C.A., President, Beta Beta Beta, 4. NINITA ORTS GONZALEZ RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimzzl for BA. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha, Mortar Board, Les Femmes Savantes, 1, 2, 3, El Picaro, Radio Guild, 1, Inter-racial Com- mission, Debate Council, 2, Junior Repre- sentative to College Council, Planning Com- mission, Vice-President Debate Council, 3, President College Government, Board of Publications, Vesper Committee, National Defense Committee, Library Committee. EMMY SMITHSON FOUNTAIN PRINCESS ANNE, VIRGINIA Apjzlirmzl for BA. Degree Ionian Music Club, Y.XW.C.A., 1, 2, 5, 4, Choir, 3, El PICHIUH 3, 4, Biology Club, 4. KATHERINE SMILLIE GILLELAN JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY fljrjvlimzzl for BA. Degree Choir, 2, Les Femmes Savantes, Collegitnz Staff, May Day, 3, Radio Guild, Y.NW.C.A., University Players, 4. 1573 1---rj ff, H, I 9 4 2 SARA TRIMBLE GOODE LONOKE, ARKANSAS Phi Beta Kappa, Les Femmes Savantes, I, Secretary, a',W.C.A,, 2, Vice-President of Class, 4, Library Committee, May Court, Y.W.C.A., 4. STELLA LOUISE HALL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfzf for BA, Degree Ionian INIusiC Club, X'.W.C.A., 1, 2, 5, 4, May Day, I, 4, Varsity Basketball, 2, Class Hockey and Basketball, 2, 5, Alenezzger Staff, 5, El Picaro, 5, 4, Secretary of Class, Puppet Club, 4. JEAN SIMONE GRANT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimzzl for B.A. Degree Beta Beta Beta, Biology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Les Femmes Savantes, 2, Secretary, Univer- sity of Richmond Flying Club, 31 May Court, 4. MARY DUANE HOFFMAN FOREST HILLS, NEW YORK Applimzzl for BA. Degree Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Radio Guild, Camera Club, Puppets, 2, 3, Les Femmes Savantes, Industrial Committee, 3, 4, lV'eb Staff, 3: Vice-President Radio Guild, Secretary- Treasurer Camera Club, Puppet Club, As- sociate Editor, llneb. 4. ANNE FISHER GWALTNEY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Afvplimfzf for B.A. Degree Les Femmes Savantes, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 5 4, Ionian Music Club, 2, Vice-President, 5 President, 4. ROSELLEN HOFFMAN NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, Vice- President Glee Club, National News Coun cil, Class Hockey, May Day Committee, 4 E, I58I JEAN CHAMPION HOOD PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Appliranl for BA. Degree Y.XX7.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President Ath letic Associationg International Relations El Picarog Puppets, 31 Puppet Club, 4 National News Council, 3, 4. COIIZJCOU L1 MIRIAM ALLENE JONES MONTEREY, VIRGINIA Applimzzl for BA. Degree Y.XXf.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Hockey, 1, 2, Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3: Glee Club, 2, 3, Publicity Manager, 4, Track Captain, 1, Treasurer, Athletic Association, 21 Class Song Leader, 33 Biology Club, Puppet Club, May Court, 4. LILLIAN HENRIETTA JUNG RIDGEWOOD, NEW YORK Applimm' for BA. Degree El Picarog Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Hockey, 3, 43 President, El Picaro, Choir Class Basketball, 4. IANICE LOUISE LANE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnt for BA. Degree Eta Sigma Phi, Day Student Representative to College Council, 4, The .Me.r.re12ge1', 3, 4, Assistant Editor, 3, Associate Editor, 4, Les Femmes Savantes, 3, 43 Secretary, 4, Y.XYf.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4g Vice-President, Eta Sigma Phi, 4. MARGARET KALAJIAN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Y.XV.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club, 3, 4. i603 Defeme Exercise X Si? , , fa. ETHEL LEVINE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirnnt for B.S. Degree Beta Beta Beta, Biology Club, 2, 3, 4, I Chemistry Club, 4, El Picaro, 4. LUCY ELLEN MCDONOUGH RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirfznf for B.A. Degree Pi Delta Epsilon, Writers' Club, Class President, 3, Class Song Leader, 2, 4, The Collegian, 2, 3, Reporter, 2, Staff As- sistant, 3, The ll"eb, 2, 3, 4, Reporter, 2, junior Managing Editor, 3, Westhampton Editor, 4, Varsity Hockey, 4, Varsity Bas- ketball, 4, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain, 4, Class Track, 1, Debate Council, 2, 4, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Writers' Club President, 4, Radio Guild, 2, Modern Dance Group, 2, Les Femmes Savantes, 2, 3, Biology Club, 3, May Day, 2, May Day Script Commit-tee Chairman, 4, May Court. if ink - ITMWW fmgii l 9 4 2 ELIZABETH F. MACMURTRY BEVERLY, MASSACHUSETTS Applimrzl for BA. Degree Honor Council, 4, House President, 4, Y.XV.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Inter- racial Commission, 2, 3, Industrial Commis- sion, 3, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 4, Vesper Com- mittee, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Puppet Club, 2, 3, 4, National News Council, 2, 4, Camera Club, 3. EVELYN MCAULEY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Transfer from Blackstone College, Business Manager, Hiznkbook. 4, Varsity Track, 2, Varsity Hockey, 2, 3, Varsity Basketball, 3, Puppet Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Radio Guild, 2, 3, 4, Y.XV.C.A., 2, 3, 4, El Picaro, 3, Debate Council, 3, 4, President, 4, Uni- versity Players, 3, 4, May Day, 2, 3, 4, General Chairman, 4, May Court. I61l ADA DOROTHY MOSS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirnnf for BA. Degree Y.VV.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, El Picaro, 2, 3, 4, Les Femmes Savantes, 3, 4. VIRGINIA RANDOLPH MAYO SCOTTSVILLE, VIRGINIA Appliriznf for B.A. Degree The Collegian, 2, 3, 4, Ilneb Staff, 2, 3, 4, Reporter, 2, ,Iunior Managing Editor, 3, Managing Editor, 4, Varsity Tennis, 3, Choir, 1, 2, Industrial Commission, 1, 3, Y.XV.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Puppet Club, 2, 3, 4, International Relations Club, 3, Radio Guild, 3. i' ff . f-2 i 47 fi 5 ..g C ,X , X W ii X X , .2 ,E X .X Y, X X J, Z 'f 5 -. , , , lx A I ,N XQ ff l H 1942 JAYNE MARIE MAIRE SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND Applirrzrzf for B.A. Degree Mortar Board, Tau Kappa Alpha, Debate Council, 2, 3: Y.NW.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club, 2, Radio Guild, 2, Debate Manager, 3, Vice-President, Tau Kappa Alpha, 3: Secretary-Treasurer, 4, Camera Club, 3, 4, International Relations, 3, 4, President, 4, Y.NW.C.A. Cabinet, 4, Industrial Commis- sion, 4, VIRGINIA ELOISE PARKER EMPORIA, VIRGINIA Applimnf for BA. Degree Y.XV.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Les Femmes Savantes, 1, El Picaro, 4, Intermediate Honors. X , GRACE MARGUERITE NORRIS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Appliaml for BA. Degree Tau Kappa Alpha, Debate Council, 2, 3, 4, Les Femmes Savantes, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 4, National Defense Committee, 4. NORMA LOUISE PALMER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applifruzf for BA. Degree Class Secretary, 2, 3, lV'eb Staff, 1, Les Femmes Savantes, 3, 4, President, 4, Inter- national Relations Club, 4, Y.W.C.A., I, 2, 3, 4, Intermediate Honors. BETTY SPICER NORWOOD WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA Applimm for B.A. Degree Transfer from Mars Hill College, National News Council, 3, 4. ANN ROSAMOND PAVEY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Appliauzl for BA. Degree Y.XW.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, El Picaro, 2, Biology Club, 4. ,Wir I62I WILMER PECK PETERS BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA Applirfml for B.A. Degree Transfer from Averett College, Class Treas- urer, 4, Class Hockey, 4, Class Basketball, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 4, Vesper Committee, 4, Debate Council, 4. ELIZABETH LAVERNE PRIDDY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Affjrlimzzl for BA. Degree Beta Beta Beta, Y.NX7.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club, 5, 4. BETTY ANN PETZINGER PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA Applimzzf for BA. Degree Pi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Vice-Presi dent College Government, 4, Class Vice- President, 3, Class Treasurer, 2, Les Fem mes Savantes, 3, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 5, 4, In ternational Relations, 4, May Queen, Inter- mediate Honors. Senior Wifke1f E7Zl'67'f6Zfl7J the awzzy i63I L st: DOROTHY QUINN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimzzt for BA. Degree Transfer from Averett College, Collegian Staff, 5, Glee Club, 2, Biology Club, 2, 3, 4, Y.w.C.A., 2, 5, 4. renin MARY GRACE SCHERER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirrmf for BA. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Pi Delta Epsilon, University Players, 2, 3, 4, Seal Winner, The Me.f.vezzger, 3, 4, Associate Editor, 3, Editor-in-Chief, 4, Varsity Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day, 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day Committee Director, 4, Radio Guild Dramatic Director, 4. ALICE-GRAY OWENS SIMPSON RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfzf for B.S. Degree in Pbyrirrzl Erlumfimz Nostrae Filiae, Collegian Staff, 1, 4, Sports Editor, 4, Varsity Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Tennis, 2, 3, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Class Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Archery Team, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager Track, 4, A. A. Board, 4. ANNE HOLLADAY SHAFER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirazzf for BA. Degree Varsity Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Manager, 4, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager, 3, Varsity Basketball, 3, Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 33 Class Track, 1, A.A. Board, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, International Relations, 3. BETTY MAY SESSLER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Tau Kappa Alpha, President, 4, Collegian Staff, 1, 2, 3, Reporter, 1, 2, Managing Edi- ton, 3, llneb Staff, 2, 3, 4, Reporter, 2, 33 Managing Editor, 4, Editor, Westhampton Handbook, 4, Debate Council, 2, 3, 4, Radio Guild, 3, May Day Publicity Com- mittee Chairman, 4, Defense Committee, 4, May Court. Cezpmin Sclaerel' I64 I MILDRED VIRGINIA SLAVIN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfzt for BA. Degree Beta Beta Beta, Biology Club, 3, 4, Secre- tary-Treasurer, 4. MARGARET MEMEEEE VICARS WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA Applimnt for BA. Degree Transfer from Fairfax Hill, Beta Beta Beta House President, 4, Varsity Basketball, 3 4, Class Basketball, 3, 4, Class Hockey, 4 Les Femmes Savantes, 3, Biology Club, 4a ANNE KATHLEEN SMITH CREWE, VIRGINIA Appliamf for B.S. Degree Transfer from Blackstone College, Biology CmB4fYWCA,L14. ANNIE LOIE WALKER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimrzf for B.S. Degree 'A' fy 194 2 MARIA MAY TI-IAYER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Appliuzzzl for BA. Degree Eta Sigma Phi: Vice-President, 3: Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 May Court, Maid of Honor. ESTI-IER WENDLING SNYDER, NEW YORK Applirrzrzl for BS. Degree Beta Beta Beta, Nestrue Filieea Varsity Collegian Staff, 1, 2,4 Web Staff, 3, National H0Ck6Y, 1, 2, 3, 49 Class Heekey, 1, 2, 3, 41 News Council, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Choir, Varsity Tennis, 3, 44 Biology Club, 3, 4: 1, 2, 3, Y.W.C.A., I, 2, 3, 4, Industrial YwcA,Laa4 Commission, 4. 5' , , 7 f65l 'k , tk ,A , ff l X 'l ' x as .. k il .l,1E1-2-N - -I 1942 GENE RAGLAND WOODFIN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA MARJORIE HELEN WILSON RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Ajvfvfimzzf fm' Bfi. Degree Applimfzl for B.S. Degree in Physical Edumfion Nostrae Filiae, Class Secretary, 1, Sports Editor, The llneh, 4, Varsity Tennis, 1, 2, 4, Manager, 2, Varsity Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Archery Team, 2, 3, 4, Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Bas- ketball, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain, 4, Class Track, 1, 2, 3, Captain, 3, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4. Beta Beta Beta, Class Basketball, 1, Biology Club, 3, 4, Y.XV.C.A., 13 International lations, 4. Re- LILA RICHARDSON WICKER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Afrplitzzzzf for BA. Degree Transfer from Randolph-Macon XVoman's College, Writers' Club, Collegian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor, 3, Associate Edi- tor, The MK.l.l'6llg87', 4, Choir, 2, Y.W.C.A., 2, 3, 4, Camera Club, 2, National News Council, 41 International Relations Club, 4. The Greek Theater -:lb-.im it -'lagw-5 i66I 71 "+.-hr-was.. Wesfkampfon Cfass Q jqcers SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President --------- PAT ABERNETHY Vire Prerideuf - - - SARA GOODE - LOUISE HALL - WILMA PETERS Secretary - - T1'6!IIZl1'67' - JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Oakes, Dorsey, Huxter, Ellis. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS P1'eIidenz --------- SHIRLEY HUXTER Vice Preridem' - - - ANNE OAKES Serrem1'y - - - - - DOLLY DORSEY Trefzrm-er - - FRANCES ELLIS l67 2 I FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Clement, Baker, Bruce, Garber. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS P1'e5ia'eizI --------- HOLLY GARBER Vive Paeridezzf - - BETTY CLEMENT T1'efz.Iz11'e1' - - - - PEGGY BAKER SecI'efm'y - - - - NANCY BRUCE SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Preridefzf -------- HARRIET PATTERSON Vire Pfwidezzf ------- EVERMOND HARDEE Tl'6cI.l'Zll'6l' - - - BILLY JANE CROSBY Sefreftrry - - ------- ANN GREEN SOPI-IOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Green, Hardee, Patterson Crosby. I .X l xg. 'R ANN BOLLING CHAMBLISS Rawlings, Virginia MARJORIE WARE CLEMENTS Charlotte, North Carolina KALIMA DALTON Pulaski, Virginia VIRGINIA BAUER DELP Richmond, Virginia ANNETTA MERCEDES DENNY Bluestone, West Virginia LOIS CATHERINE DORSEY Hopewell, Virginia MARY CORNELIA ELDER Richmond, Virginia EVELYN SELMA FLAX Richmond, Virginia AUDREY LISTER FOSTER Mathews, Virginia unfor Cfczss EVELYN LARUE ALLEN Richmond, Virginia ELISE MERTON ALLMAN Richmond, Virginia ANNE ELIZABETH ARWOOD Richmond, Virginia FRANCES WOOD BEAZLEY Richmond, Virginia REBA MAE BOOKER Naruna, Virginia JEAN WILLIAMS BOWERS Richmond, Virginia LOUISE BEATRICE CARDOZO Richmond, Virginia FAY DALTON CARPENTER Brightwood, Virginia PAMELA BROWN CARPENTER Norfolk, Virginia T681 R MARGARET ALTHEA JOHNSTO Harrisonburg, Virginia ROSE WARE KOLTUKIAN Richmond, Virginia BARBARA YOUNG KRUG Richmond, Virginia PEGGY JEANNE KYLE Richmond, Virginia EVIE CHAMBERS LAWSON Richmond, Virginia BARBARA JEAN LEWIS Richmond, Virginia HARRIETT LEWIS Richmond, Virginia ANNE LILLY Bluefield, West Virginia MINNIE FLORINE NUCKOLS Richmond, Virginia N in BARBARA MARSHALL FULLER Hilton Village, Virginia LELIA GARDNER NORFLEET Henderson, North Carolina RUTH VIRGINIA GARDNER Richmond, Virginia JUNE HARGROVE Richmond, Virginia HELEN REED HERRINK Richmond, Virginia NOEL EILEEN HINCHMAN Richmond, Virginia MARY ELIZABETH HOGAN Roanoke, Virginia SHIRLEY HUXTER Richmond, Virginia BETTY JEANICE JOHNSON Parksley, Virginia i 69 ANN TALIAFERRO OAKES Winchester, Virginia RUTH MARGUERITE PHILLIPS Waverly, Virginia PRISCILLA HALE POTEAT Chester, Pennsylvania EFFIE CHASTAIN PROFFITT Richmond, Virginia HELEN WALDO RIDGLEY Lincoln University, Pennsylvania LOWAITA LEE ROWLAND Abington, Pennsylvania ISLE E. SCI-IOTT Lynn, Massachusetts MARGUERITE SHELL Lawrenceville, Virginia GEORGIE ISABELLE SIMPSON Winchester, Virginia E701 ,IOSEPHINE TAYLOR SMITH Spencer, Virginia MARY LILLIAN SPROTT Sanford, North Carolina ANNE BYRD TUCKER Richmond, Virginia MARY ANN VASCHAK Youngstown, Ohio BETTY JO WARD Casa Grande, Arizona MARTHA ELIZABETH WEBB Richmond, Virginia KATHLEEN KNOTE WEBER Garden City, Long Island, New York LOUISE ELLYSON WILEY Richmond, Virginia MAXINE NUNNALLY WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia ' Yi I I I If MARY ELLEN FLANAGAN ...... Strasburg, V11 DOROTHY E. GALLUP ..... Wluite Plains, N. Y LUCY GOODE GARNETT .....4 Blacksburg, Va ANNE ELIZABETH GORDON . . . Richmond, Va BARBARA J. F. GRAY .......... Warrenton, V11 ANNE GARLAND GREEN . . . Bowling Green, Vu VIRGINIA MAY HALBLEIB .... Brook Hill, Vu KATHERINE W. HANLEY . .. Washington, D. C FRANCES EVERIVIOND I-IARDEE . Florence, S. C WILLIE MAE HARRIS ....... South Norfolk, Va DORIS MAE HEDGEPETH . Roanoke Rapids, N. C EMILY DARRYL I-IENSLEY .... Martinsville, V21 LOIS ELAINE HESTER . ., .... Richmond, Va META TUTWILER HILL ....... Blacksburg,Va DOROTHY ELIZABETH HOLT . . Yonkers, N. Y CATHERINE ANN HOWARD ..,. Hampton, V21 MARY DURYEE HOWE .,....... Richmond, Vu 7 op omore C ass MARY E. ALDERSON ....... Alderson, West Va. HELEN ELIZABETH BARNES .... Richmond, Va. EDITH MARGARET BOEHLING . . Richmond, Va. DEMIE SCARLETT BROWNE ..., Richmond, Va. ANN HARRIETT BURCHER ..... Richmond, Va. ELLEN MERCER CLARK .... ..,.. A tlee, Va MARY LEE CLARY .....,,...... Valentines, Va CHARLINE COMBS COCHRAN ..., Atlanta,Ga DOROTHY KATHRYN CONNELL, Richmond, Va RUTH PEARL CORNFELD ,...... Zionsville, Pa MILDRED ROGERS COX . , . . . Norfolk, Va BILLY JANE CROSBY . . . . . . Richmond Vu 1 HELEN MAE CURTIS ......,....,. Chester, Va NANCY R. DEJARNETTE . . . Bowling Green, Va ETHEL STUART DUVAL .......... Arvonia, Va MAY GUNTER EDMUNDS ....... Accomac, Va ANNE GRENEKER FISHER ...... Richmond, V11 DOROTHY JEWEL IHNKEN It-vingfim, N. J HANNA ,IACOBSON . .... New York city, N. Y EVELYN LOUISE ,IOSEPHSON . . . Welcltmn, N. C. FRANCES ISABEL KENNARD, Washington, D. MABEL LOIS KIRKWOOD ........ Norfollc,V11 DOLLY KERN LEDERER . . Mount Vernon, N. Y MARGARET ELIZABETH LIDE . . . Florence, S. C. KATHLEEN LOBBAN ........... Richmond, Va NANCY LUBASCH . . . . . . Newark, Nl NATALIE INGE LUM . . . .... Petersburg, Va 'ANNE LEE MCELROY ........... Richmond, Va HELEN ELAINE MACDONALD . . . Richmond, Va NANCY WIRGMAN MASTERS, Chevy Chase, Md SANTA MARGARET MAXWELL. .Bethlehem, Pa MARTHA ANN MERCER ..,.... Portsmouth, Va DOROTHY FLEET MONROE . . . Portsmouth, Va MARY RITA MULDOWNEY ...,. Richmond, Va ,,wv,.., 'SEZ HARRIET E. PATTERSON .... Chevy Chase, MARGERY CARTER PEPLE .... JEAN WARRICK RAMKEY .... ELIZABETH ROOT RICE .... NORMA MAE SANDERS ....... KATHLEEN LELIA SANDERSON HARRIET ESTHER SHAFFER .... Richmond, Richmond, Richmond, Petersburg, Richmond Richmond GENE RODGERS SHEPARD .... Portsmouth Md Va Va Va Va Va Va V21 PHYLLIS JANE SMETHURST, South Orange, N. J MARY LEE SMITH .............. Culpeper, Va JUANITA CONSTANCE TILLER . . Richmond, Va GLORIA HOOVER TYLER ....... Richmond, Va RUTH PHYLLIS VAN NESS ..... Freeport, N. Y VIOLA LOUISE WALTERS ...... Richmond, Va MARY MOORE WARNER .. Mount Victoria, Md NELL WHITE .................... Bahia, Brazil MARION E. WHITEHORNE ..... Richmond,Va. 1'QSZZ7f7flClVl Cfass BERYL WYNNETTE ANDERSON Richmond, Virginia FELICITY JEANNE APPERLY Q Richmond, Virginia PEGGY BAKER Richmond, Virginia ELAINE MAY BARRETT Palo Alto, California JACQUELIN ERIS BATTEN Smithfield, Virginia r V. MARGUERITE BOEHLING Richmond, Virginia ANLOUISE BRAND Chesterfield Court House, Virginia JANE WRAY BRISTOW Richmond, Virginia PATRICIA JEANNE BROMLEY Freeport, New York ELLEN POWELL BROOKS Petersburg, Virginia NANCY PRESTON BRUCE Wise, Virginia MARY CARTER CAMPBELL Washington, Virginia ANN ELIZABETH CLARK New Canton, Virginia MARGARET CLARK Richmond, Virginia MARION ELIZABETH CLEMENT Culpeper, Virginia MARY JANE CLEVELAND Sparks, Maryland MARTHA CLOPTON Richmond, Virginia DORIS A, COLLEY Arlington, Virginia SARA MARGARET COX Meridian, Mississippi LYDIA ALICE CRABTREE Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . FRANCES SCOTT CROWDER Richmond, Virginia LOUISE SEWARD CULLEN Richmond, Virginia VIRGINIA KATHERINE CUNNINGHAM Richmond, Virginia MILDRED LOUISE DRAPER Blackstone, Virginia MATTIE EULALIA EDWARDS Farmers Fork, Virginia MARY EUBANK Tunstall, Virginia DOROTHY ELIZABETH FRANCIS Glen Allen, Virginia HOLLIE FARRAND GARBER Richmond, Virginia MARTHA ANNE GLAZEBROOK Richmond, Virginia RHODA DODY GOODMAN New Rochell, New York MILDRED GULICK Casanova, Virginia AUDREY FLORENCE GRUBIN Richmond, Virginia U33 E741 JEN LEA GUTHRIE Nathalie, Virginia NATALIE EDYTH HELLER A South Orange, New Jersey RUTH MARIE HILLER St. Albans, New York ALICE KATHERINE HOUGHTON Remington, Virginia ANSLEY HULFISH Warrenton, Virginia MARY PAYNE JETT Norfolk, Virginia GLADYS ELIZABETH KAUFFMAN jobstown, New jersey DELORES KELLY Richmond, Virginia MURIEL ALICE KESSLER Arlington, Virginia ELIZABETH ODELL KIBLER Luray, Virginia ELIZABETH PAYNE KIRKPATRICK Lexington, Kentucky PATRICIA MARIE KIRWAN Baltimore, Maryland RUTH MARIE LATIMER Washington, D. C. BETTY BARKSDALE LAWSON South Boston, Virginia CORA LEE LAWSON Richmond, Virginia NANCY GREY LAZENBY Bluefield, West Virginia NANCY ELLEN LESLIE Tazewell, Virginia VERA CLAIRE LEVENE Freeport, New York LEAH LEVIN Phoebus, Virginia NORMA KATHLEEN LYNCH Richmond, Virginia RUTH CAROLINE MARIS Richmond, Virginia CHRISTY LOU MILLER Richmond, Virginia DORIS MAY MILLS Richmond, Virginia PHYLLIS JEAN MILNE Glen Rick, New jersey KATHRYN LOUISE MUMMA Merion, Pennsylvania VIRGINIA MASON NICHOLAS Richmond, Virginia VIRGINIA OWEN NICHOLS Clover, Virginia VIRGINIA PADGETT OTTO Richmond, Virginia FRANCES ELIZABETH PARKER Williamston, North Carolina HELEN ANNETTE PATTERSON Richmond, Virginia VIRGINIA CULLEN PITT Richmond, Virginia CHARLOTTE ANNE PLUMLEE Richmond, Virginia ELIZABETH MCNEILL POTEAT Bay Village, Ohio MARTHA ANNE PURCELL Richmond, Virginia BETTY ANNE RICHARDS Washington, D. C. NANCY C. ROBINSON Chevy Chase, Maryland ALMA ROSENBAUM Richmond, Virginia NANCY MORGAN SAAR Fort Madison, Iowa ' NANCY BARRETT SCRUGGS Roanoke, Virginia ANN MINOR SEAY Wilmington, Virginia MARION SHLIEN Middletown, Connecticut MILDRED CHRISTION SISSIN Richmond, Virginia ANNE KENNERLY STEADMAN Richmond, Virginia RUTH MONROE STERN Flushing, New York CONSTANCE HAMMOND SUTTON Bon Air, Virginia CHARLOTTE H. THOMAS Culpeper, Virginia MAREE LOUISE THOMAS Gate City, Virginia MARTHA TUCKER Richmond, Virginia MARY ELLEN TUCKER Richmond, Virginia ANNE ELOISE TWOMBLY Lexington, Virginia MARIANNE WARING WADDILL Richmond, Virginia WANDA RUSSELL WALTON Purcellville, Virginia ELIZABETH MALEK YONAN Richmond, Virginia JAN E WOODWARD White Plains, New York ANN LEE WOODWARD Richmond, Virginia FLORA ELIZABETH WILKINSON Hillsville, Virginia ELIZABETH WEAVER Victoria, Virginia re- L75 MALCOLM RAY DOUBLES, DEAN 2 X..., ,f COLUMBIA BUILDING, GRACE STREET ENTRANCE Q ff -4 had its inception in the T. C. Williams School of Law in 1939. Our Constitution was patterned after that of the Virginia Integrated Bar, an organ- ization into which most of us will soon enter. It has proved itself to be a long stride ahead of the old "class officer" form of government, being professional in scope and efficient in operation. Your retiring officers realize that, because of the war, the road may be rough during the coming year . . . so we leave you with these words: Have faith and carry on! STUDENT BAR COURT. LEFT TO RIGHT: james Henry Montgomery, jr., George Muse Shields, Ligon Lee jones, Chief justice, DuVal Quinn Hicks, George William Draper. STUDENT BAR COUNCIL. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Edward Lewis Field, jr., Lester Shields Parsons, Ir.g Dominick joseph Romino. SFATFD: Hugh Parker Young, Morton Honeymang Henry Duncan Garnett, Wade St. Clair Coates. STUDENT BAR OFFICERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Thomas Winn Isbell, jr., President, Lester Shields Parsons, Ir., Vice-Presidentg Robert Reynold Merhige, Jr., Secretaryg john joseph Noonan, jr., Treasurer. XXf'e entered here in September Of historic thirty-nine. A month that we will all remember. Wfe then began to toe the line. The echo uf the starter's whistle XX'as drowned ULII by the guns of warl XY'hich in our pants was like a thistle. As we wrestled with the books of law. The headlines screamed out in the night, And Kaltenborn would yell and shout: XX'hile Adolph growled that he would tight, But Nevilles foot was sick with gout. Austria was caught just like .1 mouse, Vifithout .1 nibble of German cheese. She believed her own refluent louse . . Pardon me . . . I have to sneeze! Then said Sir Neville with much glee, At last Der Fiihrer is satisfiedl S11 have .1 crumpet and some tea, I feel content he has not lied. And here .1 court in New York City To Sing Sings cell sent frisky Kuhn. His Nazis falsely moaned in pity . . . The larceny was grand, b11t from his own Bund! Then the highest court in this fair land XX'ith reasons which to some make sense, Said to cops: You can't catch a band Of crooks with wire-tapped evidence! And we wonit forget the waist-deep snow. Which came with exams of first impression. First cold we blew, then hot we would blow On Contracts, Property, Crimes . . . what a session! Then with hopes as dark as a Stygian pit, Which made souls tender, fgave some religion! 1 We awaited the epistle, telling us to quit And containing a passport to the Foreign Legion. But for most of LIS, the wait was in vain, For the billet doux just failed to arrive. Non-feasance was the dope to ease our pain, So we then broke loose with some jumpin' jive! Murphys had opened on Harrison Street, To the balcony we Hew like crows to a nest. Then next mornings S250 was cut for some sleep, For homeward we trod . . . beer under the vest! In Spring of '40, Prexy Roosevelt appeared Before Congress, for money for defenses. "Indeed, for defenses !" some Congressmen sneered, "Why don't you Come to your senses P" But fortunately for us the realists prevailed, Saying the money would be forthcoming. We had just realized we might be nailed When the Huns of the Reich came gunning! Nor shall we forget, we'Il e'er rue the day, When in Contracts there were eight "unprepared." The Dean slammed his book, no word did he sav. But when he stalked out the room, how he glared! Our fear made us read many cases far over, Prepared for some dire consequenceg But animus blew over like planes above Dover With their mission . . . only reconnaissance. And one can't remain in despair very long When enfeoffed with glee by Lord Herrink. His wit makes us feel like singing a song With a tone that would shame a bobolink. When his Percival Fortescue on steed of white Rides out to meet jean le Boeuf, Percy's knees are atremble when he sees jeans might, As he stands there stomping the turf. Between his thumb and forefinger ,lean plucked a twig, Which was the size of his great forearm. To Percy and his heirs seisin jumped like a grig. While a legal eye twinkled o'er the farm. Tales such as that were balm for nerx es Which were torn by news from the front: By exam time in '40, panzers moving in curves. Had Clif Maginot down to a runt! The Czechs and the Poles, Norwegians and Danes Felt the crush of the tyrants heel. The French were victims of political frames, But the Dutch can still make 'em squeel! WHXRFHBHEW7 LAW7RE HE .H qerass or 'azj The tragic but glorious days at Dunkerque, Made our thoughts far from tort actions roam, Those boys weren't thinkin' of harems in Turkey, But of using round-trip tickets . . . home! Then our LT. S. Supreme Court, by S to I, Said a child must salute the flag. Our wheels of patriotism were beginning to run 'Round an Axis that'll burn like a fag! There was nothing to do except dust off th' bowl, And fill it with capsules again. Huddle 'round the radio to learn th' winning soul, Who'd prove if swords are mighty as the pen. Congress passed a bill making aliens here Have their finger-tips printed and signed. And from 'way 'cross the pond, Dr. Goebbels did jeer That Democracy was now in a bind! And some over here, with the Dokktor agreed, When F. D. said he sought a third term. They moaned loud and long: "It was sowing the seed Which would yield a despotic pachydermf' a Even john L. Lewis, of the C.I.O., Said he would quit if it gave support. The poll light was Green, giving John the go, Without leaving him an action of tort! The poolroom arguments preceding election, For the best guess the Dean gave a prize. The words in the air flavored not of confection, Then the Donkey beat the Elephant in size! We recall when the Court defined a "navigable stream,' We had asked Prof Catterall what to do: If you can float a canoe, you're on th' beam, And you can even 11se dynamite, too! The Logan-Walter bill, on administrative law, Of tribunal regulations, gave the Courts a reviewg But the veto of the Prexy gave to it th' old haw-haw, The House couldnt override it, with the help of Doubles too' The Slavs were overrun by the armies of the Reich, In preparation for another drive. But some are in the hills still putting up a fight, Being not the kind who'd ever take a dive. Benito took a lickin', down in Western Greece, So Adolph came to help his Axis pal. Many Huns have tombstones, entitled R.I.P., For man to man the Hun looked like a gal! We'll not forget the night when Robert jackson spoke, 'Twas the highlight of a most eventful year. The spirits were very ardent, we were feelin' okie doke Many nights of such carousin' could jeopardize a career When -the term was over, to Roanoke for the Bar. 'Twas hot enough to use a bamboo fan. The Inn was so attractive, no one strayed very far, And then and there the Baronet was a man! The good results that were soon announced, Played havoc with our enrollment. Many in our class, on jobs quickly pounced, To help wallets in need of employment. The shortage wasn't cured by a Freshman surgeg In September the number was three. The Draft took its toll and with it the urge To be lawyers before going oversea. Hitler's intuition which he said he must obey, I-lad told him to betray his old friend joe. Napoleon's route was followed fduring his heydayj, And Stalin's people took an awful blow. Everyone fincluding Adolph! knows that Russia is big, And winter in that land is very cold. But Der Fiihrer, drunk with power, took another swig, Boasting Moscow would be his ere winter was old. But when it comes to treachery, Kurusu of Nippon Did put the other vipers in the shade. While talk to Hull was pro, his ships were racing con, Proving that the plans had all been made. Then on Sunday morning, 'twas December seven. From distant sky a Sergeant heard a roar. To him no one would listen fexceptin' God 'n Heavenj, Tis possible there were worms around the corps. BANG!! . . . Pearl Harbor!! Yes, we'll all remember And strike back with a vengeance never seen! Rising Sun reached its peak, th' morn of last December, O11r boys will make of it . . . a jelly bean!! Vopyriglit ltllie- Hug: No ,V Qx ' I ' .gigg- E-' EESSQEQS 'fH5'g5"gi,Eg" 9,'rgi'3 5 ' 5.....r '. ' 5 I - 1 Tiff, 'S f3i-T'5aNs"'sQENss I -"'- a A -XQHRSN xww N. NG!-' w. X Fi'-if X 1 Qi x - I Q23 mxgt he wh 5 "iS'E?Y' I dhj1:gQX X R -X IW!! xx XXX" "-1. 'Ein I, THOSE V VVHO 1171 4 FIGHT Fon row, 3 THOSE WHO wno STAY. Go! v YYY W V W V xrr V VW 7777777 7777 VW VY nv-mv?-7777 YV Y H VY V lx4iIP5'l'i!llf 19-11f'AHllLIIl 'I'2ll'kl'l' X70 l II l A . 5- '., l .I-"ll 1. P -, .. Mit.. i" 1' ,V 'sig' . fi-r,.?: n -.v .,...,,. frffqi zkfd R Jr' ' ,G .vi qt 5 - W fix .....-i-shud-.f l l l I l l I ' ? TN? l if I . ' . as-wh l nr I ' 'QM I , Q' KI t "S, if Q f ,tht '51 4- x, xvkkg 4 XX Xb I1 il I , , " I i .ffw J I I CHARLES FETTER HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA fI,f7f71ft1I2If for LLB. Degree AB., Marshall College1 McNeill Law Society. LIGON LEE JONES HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA flppfftxnzl for LLB. Degree B,S,, Randolph-Illlilcon Collegeg Phi Kappa Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappag Chi Beta Kappa, McNeill Law So- cietyg Chancellor, '41-'42, Honor Court, '40-'41, '41-'421 Chief justice, '41-'42g Freshman Law Prizeg McNeill Law Prizeg Member, Virginia State Bar. . Ip. af l 15 2 ,a w Y 'Q 31 , , I f. " i elxw 'N3'1Q'Tx, 959' jj" il Qixiwtrr Awti -" 'U' ' ' ff' A 'STA 2 N il' Q I I , I, ,,,, yr vl K . 7 3 V AVF' vs' I ,--N . Ira, I . mf , ea, E ., , y I . l V f xwm Q y A xg -s ' 5 ,,s..a..II.Q, , I I a THOMAS WINN ISBELL, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for LL.B. Degree B.A., University of Richmond, Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President, First Year Classg Student Bar Council, '40-'41, Law School Business Manager, ll"eb, '40-'41, President, Student Bar, '41-'42, Member, Board of Publications, '41-'42, .x GV' i '- Y '-1'-1 ' 7 ' ' v TW l ,fi Y. l, . ,. l I .tx 'N 1. . K l J I H I, fl! '.fIM,. ' Y I' I ti Luv x I H I R iw A I l g F l I I 'ar g -. I X ,I I TI Q , , I xl I f I F Y I if H , .g 3 I I ,fam fa. I FRANCISCO ANDRES GIL iff' fly I Hai Wx . 1. AIBONITO, PUERTO Rico ,ff ' I , la t f Il B.B.A., University of Puerto Rico. "X 3, 91 I If Rs LL.B., University of Richmond, ' 2, 1,-'f XX S fDegree conferred September 6, 19411. 'xx' ,E Q ff it xv, if Lvl gy wx W I, X Qi I XE KI! nxt- fi li . pg to 2 ,I , , L A g ---fl Y .AJ I - ff- If v I '-A -- 'f f- -"f 'f I l 4 I W I J Q Sai ' . . A l : gil T' f- i kI,'I I ,- f : W V1 ,Z Jew.. f N , ,Z-5 V 4-'TEN Pat? I C' gt. Www? Qi 'W ?'i'NNr ' if . I 4 ft, , nay: X F 'Wil fm--mul--1' yy ff ' -w I N. l V ,ff I I, R 'W AW ,Ii Xi' - li I I ew I RYE-sa., I ly 4 ,I I XNRNX X, 'ii ' is , X ' . 1 fI...' 'gp 4,1 ,f 1 Ei . - "K, , if X' N I 'I 5 Ii I t 1 I N f 'I f fi I i , i' , W 'X , I I ,X 1 . X! l I' A I . A-1-535.34 W I l I li' , K 5 I N I , N , jlx, X., ., N I I S I, I iyxxxi I 'II 4 ' If , VI, l 1 ,1 r XI X, ', ' . ll X X fl X X, 2 I ,J FRANCIS BYRON PARKER RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applirtmt for LL.B. Degree B.A., University of Richmond, McNeill Law Society, Member, Virginia State Bar, Vir- ginia State Bar Association. T801 LESTER SHIELDS PARSONS, JR. NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Applicant for LL.B. Degree William and Mary College, Virginia Poly- technic Institute, Norfolk Divisions, Omi- cron Delta Kappag Secretary, First Year Class, Vice-President, Student Bar, '41-'42, McNeill Law Society, Chancellor of the Exchequer, '41-'42g Member, Virginia State Bar, Virginia State Bar Association, Ameri- can Bar Association. -f, X ,x I ..' , 11.1 h.,-:.,g:'. ,e' I 1 A ,iq -1 . .1 f r. , , X. . gfe- i I' A- - , A, at i ww:-f -"i ,J ' Q ,f " X l , J! li HM I .f , . Y L' x , fi 5 fi 3 l X if jf! 4 I "5 li ff! I li If 'ff I I , T 1 I 4 f I x I ' ' l I, I I ff IX X X, ,. JOSEPH DEL SARDO POLINO ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA Applimnt for LL.B. Degree West Virginia Universityg Treasurer, Student Bar, '40-'41. EUGENE W. MCCAUL llnimzer of the CHARLES T. NORMAN PRIZE ' an, wg Hz X ' 5 ,f,, , I Hath ,Q 1AN .T . i E fi I v' ,Q- j.,.,10 .,..,.iY- . L ,WW It s. , . f' 9 .lf ' '3. I x XV, K, , V, 1 I I I , ,gm-,,.gs4f'.. -1 ' X ,SN -I T .p.T,,1 N" 'J' K! HI 4,5 A27 Y Af , t , M 5 .I ' ATX- fwg? Nr- 04' I 'Y ly 1 N 4 X A A Q X 1, 1 I 2 A L g t 1 oi K I , X, A V GEORGE MUSE SI-IIELDS CI-IARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA Applimfzl for LL.B. Degree Universitv of Virginiag Honor Court, '41- '-42, McNeill Law Societyg Vice Chancellor, '41-'42, Member, Virginia State Bar. HONOR STUDENTS The Charles T. Norman Prize is a gold medal given annually to the best all-around law graduate. The decision is based primarily on scholarship. The Walter Scott McNeill Award is a prize consisting of 31350.00 cash, and is presented to that member of the second-year class making the highest scholastic average. ANOTHER SHORTAGE Those who can, must do. But some who don't, watch those who do, And with a bellicose blurt, say phew! Created? . . . Critics . . nothing more. Nothing. Doers move civi- lization. Critics, parasitic, ride free. There is a shortage of doers . . . not critics! ISII l laura, I , 5,-s,,. . I, 22, X . 1 Q, s, 1-H, A ., .li I 'ight il i . W .A -C . . 5 ,' f 'I 2 i ff 'fail 'I -HR ,I f N ..,...s. I . :P-M -. l l i - l I V W. rl, I Y HUGH PARKER YOUNG RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfzt for Lau' Cerlijirrzle University of Richmondg William and Mary College, National School of Fine and Ap- plied Art: Student Bar Council, '41-'42, Law School Editor, Web, '41-'42g Member, Virginia State Barg American Bar Associa- tion. LIGON LEE JONES ltnifzfzer of the WALTER SCOTT MCNEILL PRIZE T ' ' T C I l l l , . I -:mfr u:LN-Q-5 - S,-'a,?f:r, xp :i's:vW,Q. A ' i 1 f. 35913 i T 'TEE-,,, I hi s .RX "Ee I ' ., ,.,-. -M i -Y Q?" WF1'-"2 " I" Rf'- zf, fx R N I aw- I ' C- ,1 . C- 3-.fs ' Sa, W S A if . l l l - I MM.. f Y ' . -'Uri X' I 'I if , ' ' Xara, ' i I" X f :I ii ,ffl I W-.NN x 2 X x f , ,ff - 1 f 2 - 1 .' 5 . ,. E T R www. fri ' DAVID ARENSTEIN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Uni, versity of Virginia, Phi Alpha. WADE ST. CLAIR COATES TAZEWELL, VIRGINIA Bluefield College, University of Richmond, Pi Kappa Alpha, Griev- ance Committee, '41-'42, Student Bar Council, '41-'42, McNeill Law I Society. GEORGE WILLIAM DRAPER RICHLANDS, VIRGINIA Emory and Henry Collegeg Pi Gam- ma Mug Honor Court, '41-'42. RALPH ALEXANDER ELMORE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA BA., William and Mary Collegeg Sigma Phi Epsilon. EDWARD LEWIS FIELD, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA B.A., University of Richmond, Sig- ma Phi Epsilon, Student Bar Coun- cil, '41-'42g McNeill Law Society. DUVAL QUINN HICKS, JR. FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA Randolph-Macon College, Honor Court, '41-'42g McNeill Law Society. ANGEL RAFAEL DE JESUS, JR. SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO B.A., University of Puerto Rico' ISZI IUIR Stop, look and listen, world, we are the late Freshmen, who've now achieved Juniors' Estate. By a Writ of possession lsee Remedies' notesj Such young legal lights as Bob, JJ. and Coates, jack, Honey, and Harry, two Ralphs, George and Ed Dave, two Charlies, Luina, and Dom fwho's just wedj Garnett, Palmore and Pribble, Monty, Hunter and Hicks Are taking the place now. Heres hoping it sticks Though a few re-exams still stand in our way, We're hoping estoppel will carry the day. We can freely distinguish a contract from tort And are groping our way toward Practice Court. We spout rules of Evidence, Practice, and Sales And never more ponder o'er breaking the bales. We're acquainted with Peters and Adams and Tid But of statutes on Wills we are happily rid. HENRY DUNCAN GARNETT FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA University of Richmond, McNeill Law Society, Student Bar Council, '41-'42. MORTON HONEYMAN ROANOKE, VIRGINIA Wake Forest College, B.S., Roanoke College, Student Bar Council, '41-'42. HARRY LEE LANTZ JACKSONBURG, WEST VIRGINIA A.B. West Virginia University, Phi Delta Theta. JUE1 PRUDE E We go in for pool games and ping-pong as well, And sometimes we study. You never can tell What twenty terrific and terrible males Will do in Domestic Relations and Sales. Now Garian's left us to see Uncle Sam, And Garnett pulled out, taking not one exam, And Dave has decided that war couldn't be Any worse than the final in Dean's Equity, S0 he s given up study for ping-pong and pool And a shot at an officers training school. For the rest we're reciting a half-hopeful prayer In re Hghting on land, in the sea, and the air. Dear Draft Board, it ain't that we dOn't want to go, But consider, relax, take i-t easy and slow, Till July and we'll gladly go forth to the war, But oh please don't take us, till we've taken the bar. JAMES H. MONTGOMERY, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A.B., Randolph-Macon College, Kappa Alpha, Omicron Delta Kap- pa, Tau Kappa Alpha, McNeill Law Society, Honor Court, '41-'42, Freshman Law Prize, Member, Vir- ginia State Bar. CARLYLE HARRIS PALMORE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA B.S., University of Richmond, Grievance Committee, '41-'42, DOMINICK JOSEPH ROMINO FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA A.B., West Virginia University, Alpha Phi Delta, Student Bar Coun- cil, '41-'42, McNeill Law Society. JOSE ANTONIO LUINA FAJARDO, PUERTO RICO B.A., University of Madrid, Spain, Universitv of Puerto Rico, Wash- ington and Lee University, Mu Sig- ma Beta, Phi Alpha Delta. CHARLES PEYTON MCCABE CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA A.B., West Virginia University, Sigma Chi. HUNTER WATKINS MARTIN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA B.A., Universitv of Richmond, Phi Gamma Delta, W'eb Staff, '40-'41, Law School Business Manager, l!"eb, '41-'42, ROBERT R. MERHIGE, JR. FREEPORT, NEW YORK High Point College, Iota Tau Kap- pa, Secretary, Student Bar, '41-'42, McNeill Law Society. JOHN JOSEPH NOONAN, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA B.A., University of Richmond, Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, Student Bar, '41-'42, McNeill Law Society. BASCOM SALE PRIBBLE, JR. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Uni- versity of Virginia, Grievance Com- mittee, '41-'42, Sigma Phi Epsilon. JACKSON M. ANDREWS, III DANVILLE, VIRGINIA Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Uni- versity of Alabama, Washington and Lee University, University of Virginia. QPICTURE UNAVAILABLEJ l83I Rb IN RE TIIE PRE IIMEN I Unholy 3, 419425 A Pt FA FOR RI2cooN1T1oN. Forget Corporations, Evidence, Trusts! We three new arrivals are definitely musts. Though theres no case in point, you will readily see There were never, oh never, such freshmen as we! On Trespass and Trover we know all the laws. We thrive on conditions and proximate cause. We're clever in Contracts, terrific in Torts, Wise in Crimes and the ways of the Chancery Courts. We'll gladly enfeoff you in fee or in tail, And use habeas corpus to free you from jail. We'll draw you a will at a reasonable rate And know the result if you die intestate. We've not been here long, but we're well on our way I And by adverse possession we'll manage to stay. Two good men and true, and a coed, at last, Oh, caveat emptor, for title has passed! CHAUNCEY GOODE WELTON NAN ROSS MCCONNELL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA B.A., Wellesley College, Law School Editor, Collegian, '41-'42, Web Staff, '41-'42. JOSEPH MICHAEL KUCZKO NEWARK, NEW JERSEY Bluefield College. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA University of Richmond, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MQNEILL LAW SOCIETY Dedicated to the memory of Walter Scott C L McNeill, this society has as its twofold pur- l M' j pose the recognition of diligence and dis- tinction in the study of law, and the offer- 'BWSQUUY ing to those who have demonstrated such interest, an opportunity for further work by participation in trials, research, and the discussion of legal questions. FRATRES IN FACULTATE: M. RAY DoUBLEs, RALPH CATTERALL, W11,1.1AM T. MUSE, J. WESTWOOD SMITHERS. ERATRES IN COLLEGIO. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Francis Byron Parkerg Robert Reynold Merhige, jr., Henry Duncan Garnettg Dominick joseph Rominog DuVal Quinn Hicks, jr., SEATIED: james Henry Montgomery, jr., George Muse Shields, Vice- Chancellorg Ligon Lee jones, Chancellor, Lester Shields Parsons, jr., Chancellor of the Exchequer, Wade St. Clair Coates. INOT IN PICTUREJ: Charles Fetterg Edward Lewis Field, jr., john joseph Noonan, jr. T841 0554? e mi g Q into otrti? af 't X 1- f,w . is .,-W . l 7 -' 7 , J a., , W I 4 Y ' Q . . - '. f'a1,M...s"fJv1. ., WT l. Q 3- io. W2 if Q , A is te I X X L, i gi- . .s 4 , Sys ,, , fy f x 't : aww' 1 . ,f J . f ,.,, . .. IS. 22. as ..m.+g5s4. .,ffr i.,,,..t- sw' A - Zi: Q' . ..,.. Z. W Ng , E! X fc 7 A X l "if""'5' " ' bi A ' 'Z " -.IRS 'NS ?'mff My it gig'-Q' Q I Y ' 25. , ' ,. ,.:b my .ii he X , H ':f'1 fx .' X ,- 565 . me A . .W 1 . -A , . ' aw. an A asf. . .- , 4,-N. 1 ,f -..-V If r I -M 953 . .. 2 .. . a , 35, ,,..,.s,,,. A . X 'N 2 Q. X X QS! X any 5 I -H -:ra ,rx .Ny - s ..,..f Q. -MSW ...Z , .. W .. C ' M N . ..... sf , ,.... , , ,.,...X , 2 ew 1' ' rw, . ,f xz:'L1T" "" 'ww S, " - ,, sf f W ' 1 fi .. .,.,, A .'. A W --" ' . 1-Parsons in inner sanctum. 2-Too much competition for the Dean's Equity, last summer. 5-Grievance Committee grieving for a grievance. 4-Poolroom maneuver. 5-Mr. justice Robert H. Jackson, speaker at Alumni Banquet. 6-Surely, you've seen this before. 7-Sheriff Mont- gomery seeks a writ . . . O'yez, O'yez, O'yez! 8-"But, Miss Farmer, the treasury can't afford a corsage!" 9-Leaving for Easter Holidays. 10-Score, 20-20, with two side bets. 11-Honeyman in stir. 12-"They didn't do it like that at V.P.I." 13-Coates billing . . . Farmer cooing. 14-Pretlow v. Pre-tlow fit is in the RECORD, Martinj. 15-Spurning the mistress fbut there'll come a dayj. 1V6gNoonan boning. 17-Lombardy scenery fslack seasonj. 18-Such companions! 19-Sidewalk fire chiefs. 20-"Say Mis' Caplan . . . Wfho is dis Pearl Harbor ever'body am attackin'?" 21-Honeyman, et al v. Merhige, et al . . . verdict 310,000 . . . fi fa returned, "no effects." 22-Army pool tables will make Garian a "soldier of fortune." 23-"I've been to some big towns, and heard me some big talk . . 24-Forcing business on Wright's, as usual. 25-Garnett . . . telling off john Marshall. 26-Practicing Rule 6Q of the New Order. 27-Garnett . . . after getting it off his chest. 28-Rudy Baroody's . . . M. I-Ioneyman, Assistant Bartender. C mstirtafr .. Deve opm Physical Fitness "In tlie compulfory ea'ucation program tbere bay been wbole- beartea' cooperation on tloe part of tbe large majority anal remark- able imjirouement in pbyfical ejjiciency bay been Jloown by tbofe wbo baue not erzgagea' in intercollegiate atbleticy. We bane triea' to carry our .fports pro gram in a normal way, feelin g tbat tbe intercol- legiate pro gram cboula' continue to contribute not only to tbe Play- Jical Fitneu of tbofe wbo engage but to tbe general cam puy morale." -COACH THISTLETHWAITE. I xg ecc. m ml i HI -w.Mf...,, ,,,,, 5-wffm, pp.-wr -.gh Fitzgerald and Nichols get last minute instructions from Coach Thistlethwaite and Coach Fenlon. Football Without the talented services of the big three of last year's squad, Arthur jones, Dick Humbert and Andy F ronczek, and playing most of the season minus their only good kicker, the Spiders defensive web was weak and their offensive sting was blunt. Richmond was only able to defeat two of their smaller opponents, Randolph-Macon and Hamp- den-Sydney, while they lost to their other seven opponents by a margin of at least seven points. Playing under the lights for the second time in two starts at the City Stadium, the University of Richmond passed its way to 26-0 victory over the Randolph-Macon Yellow jackets early in the season. The Spider-Hampden- Sydney clash in late Octo- ber revealed two midget backs, Lena Fitzgerald of Richmond, and Billy Hay of Hampden-Sydney as the best performers of the day. Richmond won by a 26-6 margin over the Tigers. The wearers of the Red and Blue lacked much in Football ability, but they were never accused of lacking the fighting spirit that has become char- acteristic of the Universities elevens. They played just as well according to their statistics as many of their foes, who triumphed by large margins, but they lacked the scoring punch that counted. . Before the beginning of the season, Coach Glenn Thistlethwaite and his assistants fore- cast a disastrous year, but the sports writers and fans were accustomed to Coach Thistlethwaite's dark prophecies and they waited for the opening game with North Carolina State before they expressed their views. Although they lost, the Spiders played well against the favored N. C. State team and held the Wolf Pack to a 14-7 win. Lemuel Fitzgerald, 155 pound tailback and his equally diminutive alternate Sonny Wholey caught the fancy of the fans, and the Red and Blue forward wall also gave a creditable performance. Fitzgerald tossed a touchdown pass to end Mac Pitt, jr., for the Red and Blue's only talley. The next week the Richmonders easily downed Randolph-Macon 26-0. Running and passing from the fast double wing-back formation Richmond's backs, headed by Fitzgerald, chalked up eleven wif' N56 ML, V Fitzgerald is downed by V.M.I. hrst downs while the sturdy Line held their oppon- ents to two. Bill Dudley and his T-minded teammates from the University of Virginia had a held day at the expense of the Spiders as they rolled up 44 points and held their foes scoreless. All-American Dudley accounted for 32 points of his teammates total with fine passing, kicking and running. The Spiders had to play this and future games without teal A as Mikasa , Q Amrhein Eortunato Lawler ReMine Baker the services of their only good kicker, journey Edgerton, who left school. Alumni of the University of Richmond returned for the Home-coming Celebrations with hopes that the team would save their face by defeating Wash- ington and Lee's Generals. Their hopes were dashed when the General's displayed unexpected offensive power, and left the field on the big end of a 21-O score. The Spiders held their opponents to one touchdown in the first half, but little Harry Baugh carried the second half kickoff for a touch- down, and set up more score in the third period by returning a short punt deep into Red and Blue territory. Richmond was a rejuvenated eleven when they faced V.M.I. the folowing week and turned in a good performance against the Cadets despite a ' Whoiey Runs Around the Eggl, 25-7 loss. Using a bewildering combination of the VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Wholey, Griffin, ReMine, Bingham, Collins, Bowen, Milling, Amrhein, Mack, Robertson, Baker, Fitzgerald. SECOND ROW: Coach Eenlon, Fortunato, Erickson, Bob Fenlon, Pace, Katz, Gill, Jacobs, Watts, Clarkson, Walker, Vaughan, Bellis, Scheerer, Coach Thistlethwaite. THIRD ROW: Laurinaitis, Sizer, Nichols, Graham, Edgerton, Hall, Crawford, Savage, Lubman. Slate, Flowers, Madigan, Feeley. FoURTH Row: W. F. Caylor, Treasurer, Doug Laird, Managerg Dr. Pitt, Coach Merrick. - yi 1 :nn E-TAZZM..-aw, ' VQL nm-M ik 'wwwm mnvwa Q, fn . X l wut sfwlw- w'wms's-mwaf r W' as wma-It :fy B'? !3"X'NWN f -' ,f ,fi , if .4 :W ..4 . umm M mam 0, N, x X - . ,zmwzdmssm-lmyig Wg, W ,KN , mQ,gaasQswwmwmWvwweuwuumw , UW,,Nm MN- Q-swam Flliiwwfaa vwsvsr-snnmaX,,,,J,,,,M5,, - c .. nmmnmm wwswiingmyg Wlvtmwzwrmmmwnmgw ,- W ., up Q -nw me wmw sm iq ww , . Wai mm sf vm a g,,,',,gfg,, J 8 - f A M :uma uw www msn w mmm' "' ' WWW' WZ'Q',,T'Wf "iwm W aff - 3 1 I ms W AK ff- is if Q ei is.-f , wud , .. iw- A' x - K . SW. A his 1 5 Qui 4 ,, QS 5- fs We ra' 2 .,..' ' rx y X f ev Y 1 Y' 1 "---uf! 'SQ xx V Bellis Collins Erickson TOPS Rushing the kicker. CIENTERZ Wholey punts. isouom Anxious watchers. 8 5, , ,, 1, r LAM is , -43" fl'.L'Y'f:Z"9' Fitzgerald Katz Laurinaitis double wingback and the flanker play the Spiders continually penetrated their opponent's territory with Fitzgerald, Wholey, and Sophomore Tommy Nichols throwing 55 passes, 20 of which were Completed for some 261 yards. The Red and Blue had trouble in topping Hamp- den-Sydney 14-7 in their second and last victory. Joe Fortunato playing one of his best games of the season, plunged over for the first score, and "Rip- per" Collins snagged a pass inside pay dirt for the winning talley. North Carolina avenged their defeat of last year at the hands of the Spiders when they routed the Red and Blue 27-O. The Chapel Hill eleven scored 20 points in the first seven minutes of play, but Richmond rallied to outplay their opponents in the second half. A powerful, star studded William and Mary tribe defeated the Spiders 35-3 in the two team's annual Turkeyday classic. Lineman Max Katz booted a field goal in the opening minutes for the first score of the game, but Harvey johnson, W. and M's star fullback ripped the gallant Spider line to shreds and the Tribe pushed over five touchdowns. Tackle Joe Mack and Captain Bert Milling won praise for their line play against the hard running Indians. l 1 I i i as-dz. .. .,.- ,.,, Y qw tr vrWlin4Ilw,f N9 , , fflitfif wgwx Mack Milling Pace Pitt Sizer Wholcy The squad closed the season against Virginia Tech. V.P.I's gobblers won 15-0 in a surprisingly close game which was featured by some fine run- ning on the part of V.P.I's Bobby Smith who scored 12 points. I Ric hmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond FOOTBALL, 1941 . Richmond ...... O Ric. Ric Jmond ...... 5 hmond North Carolina State ....,. 14 Randolph-Macon ..... . 0 University of Virginia ...... 44 Washington and Lee ...,.. 21 V. M. l. ................. 25 Hampden-Sydney ......... 7 University of North Carolina 27 William and Mary ........ 35 V.P.I. ........... ...13 CI-IEER LEADERS. Mark Willing, Head cheer leaderg Dick Williams, Warren Stansbury, Frank Mann, Pat Velenovslxy Lawler goes down in our Homecoming Game. Walter Eanes. VARSITY BASKETBALL. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Louis Miller, Thistlethwaite, Erickson, Captain Pitt, Giragosian, Jacobs, Watts. sTANDING: Coach Pitt, Savage, Bourne, Madigan, Bill Miller, Gasser, Scheerer. Basketball Richmond's "on the off" 1941-42 basketball quintet clicked in fifty per cent of their games to chalk up a record of nine wins and nine defeats in an eighteen game schedule. The squad, lead by Captain Mac Pitt, who won an All State guard berth, was the flrst not to quali- fy for the Southern Conference Tournament since the school has been in the conference. The Spiders only won four out of eleven conference games. In pre-Christmas holiday contests, the U. of R. quintet first fell victims to Maryland's Terripans 41-43, but came back to crush Randolph-Macon 51-25. I-Iampden-Sydney was caught in a Spider whirl- wind in the first game after the holidays, 60-52. In a close guarding contest at Charlottesville, the Pittmen edged Virginia 25-17, but had their win- ning stretch checked by William and Mary by a 47-55 defeat. On their first overnight trip, the Spiders were downed two consecutive nights by V.M.I. and Washington and Lee. After exams, the losing streak was snapped by victories over Randolph- Macon and V.P.I. In the Tech contest "Swede" Erickson got hot to score 25 points. Virginials fast break caught the Red and Blue courtmen off guard, and the Cavaliers chalked up a 56-24 win. Richmond took over Hampden-Syd- ney and V.P.I., but then were downed by Furman in an over-time, and by George Washington. The G. W. aggregation was the "hottest" team the Spiders faced. William and Mary downed Richmond again, but the slump was broken when the Spiders came back to take over V.M.I. and W.8cL. In the final contest of the season North Carolina put in a last minute drive to down the Pittmen 47-50. Mac Pitt lead the sharpshooters with 192 points, followed by Erickson's 181, Millerls 157, Thistle- thwaite's 109. Pitt, Erickson, Miller, Thistle- thwaite, and Savage shared the burden of play, but Giragosian, Gasser, and Bill Miller saw lots of action. Pitt's steady brand of play Won him All-State T921 "Swede" Erickson "Mac" Pitt "Doc" Savage honors, and Erickson's "hot', one-handed shot and Rffhmond Vifglnia ---------- fine play lead to his election as Captain of next Rfchmond Willem and MANY ' , . .. - ,, - . Richmond V. M. I. ........ . . years Quintet. Weenie Miller proved himself . Q . , , , Richmond Wzlshingtoii and Lee an outstanding sophomore, and Thistlethwaite was Richmond Randolph-Macon H w 1 rated by Coach Pitt as the most improved player Rifhmond V, p. 1, ,,..,,, h in the Big Six. Richmond virginia ......... Richmond Hampden-Sydney .. if? ik' ik Richmond V.P,1. ......... . R' h d F .......... VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Rfchmond gfman W Nl. 1 41 1942 ic mond corge as iington 9 ' Richmon Williain and Mar 1 C Y . Richmond .... . . 23 University of Maryland ..... All Richmond V. M. I. ......,. . . Richmond .... . . 51 Randolph-Macon .......... 25 Richmond ........ Wasliington and Lee Richmond ........ 60 Hampden-Sydney ...... . . . 32 Richmond North Carolina . . . . Pitt and Wiltshire jump for the hall Virginia scores sin Rauf l93 l W9-" A al Dick Thistlethvi i 'dike .4 ll L Archie Giragosiun Weenie" Miller Erickson drop one in. Ein'-""" Bourne gets it. Cut out the rough stunff i941 fgyw' .. , ,A ,,, .W , , i ' , - s ' v . 4 , .N ' . ,.. ' . . A f ,.... 4 I Q-, . 1 , VARSITY BASEBALL. SEATED: Fainter, Humbert, Butcher, Locke, Philpott, Miller. STANDING: Coach Pitt, Willard, Wheeler, Mack, Pitt, Fronczak, Giragosian, Dix, Leake, Grant, Wholey, jones. Baseball 1941 Led by Captain Ned Butcher on the mound and Walter "Sonny" Wholey at bat, the Richmond Spiders of 1941 surprised pre-season dopsters who picked the Spiders as a soft touch. When the dust of battle had cleared away, the score for the year was fourteen vic- tories against eight defeats. Opening the season against Ohio State the Spiders split a two game series, winning the first, 8 to 7, and dropping the second, 1 to 5. The baseballers then swamped Wesleyan, 17 to 2, but fell before Pittsburgh, 5 to 9, aided by ragged play in the field. The Pittmen then went on a winning spree, overpowering Maryland, Hampden-Sydney, Michigan, and V.M.I. before being stopped by Washington and Lee, 4 to 7. After losing to William and Mary and Hampden-Sydney by identical scores, 2 to 5, the Spiders again started a streak that almost carried them to the finish line ahead of W. 8: M. in the State Championship race. V.P.l., George Washington twice, Maryland, Randolph-Macon, and the William and Mary Indians lost to the Red and Blue. But, Virginia and V.M.l. then knocked off the Spiders, 6 to 9 and 9 to 11 respectively, to put a bad ending to an otherwise successful season. Al Wheeler, giant southpaw, led the hurlers with five wins against two losses. Charlie Miller, fastballer, was close behind with four victories and two defeats. Captain Butcher, who divided time in the outfield, was 95 plagued by hard luck and ended the season with four wins against four losses. Dick Humbert gained credit for one win. Conference Champ 52 3. . l FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Manager Phil Mason, Bob Houghton, Charles Moses, Dick Malay, Coach Eenlon. SEC- OND ROW: jack Mabry, Buddy Bricker, Tom Murphy. -42 ERESHMAN BASEBALL RECORD-1941 FRE SHMAN BASKETBALL SCORES- 1 94 1 Ric Ric RicQ Ric Ric Ricf Rici Ric Ric Ric Ricl Ric Ric hmond hmond nmond hmond hmond amond Jmond hmond hmond hmond nmond hmond hmond 16 john Marshall ............... 33 Richmond 13 Fork Union ............ .... 3 27 Randolph Macon . . . . . . 14 Richmond 10 McGuireS . . . . . 6 27 Hampden-Sydney . . . . . . 17 Richmond 16 Benedictine ...... . . . . . 11 18 John Marshall ..... . . . 43 Richmond 6 William and Mary . . . . 3 37 William and Mary . . . . . . 40 Richmond 8 Washington and Lee . . . . 0 26 Virginia ........... . . . 33 Richmond 18 Clifton Forge ....., . . 0 26 Randolph Macon . , . , . . 16 Richmond 13 William and Mary . . . . 1 40 Benedictine .,..... . . . 29 Richmond 9 Virginia ......... . . 8 36 Virginia .......... . . . 31 Richmond 10 Benedictine ...... . . 3 31 Hampden-Sydney . . . . . . 21 Richmond 8 Thomas Jefferson . . . . 3 32 William and Mary ....... . . . 34 Richmond 12 Virginia ........ . . 5 29 Benedictine .................. 26 Richmond 14 Fork Union ...... . . . 10 Staunton Military Academy .... Richmond 10 Thomas Jefferson . , . . . . 13 MCGUIICS ................ . 3 . mond 9 Rich FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM: FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Leonard Kantor, Carlton Slate, Courtney Lawler, George Gasser, Weenie Miller, Pat Eenlon, Allen Elannagan. SECOND 'ROWI Bob Wiley, Hugh Feeley, Horace Deans, Tom Nichols, Chester Bourne, Bill Miller, Eddie Eppes, Ray Adams, Ed Reid, Coach Eenlon. QAbsent from picture: Derek Hayley, Managerj 4-' V -4 ,, I " - "' -"-,.,.. E961 ERESHMAN TRACK TEAM. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Clifton Booker, Henry Bloom, Tom Nichols, Ray Adams, Hughes Bourne, Paul Graham, Duval Shepherd. STANDING: Coach Thistlethwaite, Milton Bass, Ray Coulter, Dick Lowery, John Madigan, Houston Sizer, Doug Holt, Garland Clarke. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SCORES-1941 FRESHMAN TRACK-1941 Richmond 0 Washington and Lee .......... Richmond 58yQ, St. Christophers .......... 57M Richmond 26 Hampden-Sydney ....... Richmond 50 North Carolina State ...... 67 Richmond 7 Virginia Military Institute Richmond 70 Staunton Military Academy 47 Richmond O Fork Union ............. . . Richmond 5216 Washington and Lee ...... 6516 Richmond O William and Mary ..... Richmond UW, Virginia Military Institute HIOIQ Won 1 Lost 2 Tied 1 Richmond 55 William and Mary ........ 61 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill johnson, Dick Fisher, Bud Evans, Conrad Matrox, Bob Egan, Herb Reid, joe LaLuna, Jim Hefferman, Jack Wilbourne. SECOND ROW: Marshall Brown, Bill Baker, Ed John- son, Steve Silianoff, john Gleason, Carroll Richard, Bob Kent, Marvin Neidermayer, Dick Gorman. THIRD ROW: Coach Wil- son Farris, Bill Decker, Bill Smith, jack Mabry, Ted Heffner, Al Pyles, Coach Ed Merrick. gi v V -E, tt M N, X K ! f A 7 S' t H, i., .Q.-Saw, ,, - "' lg Q t . .If nw , Y. " X is 5' cv 3 X G r 'S 7 Q 1 f ' , S-wi, 1 gig,-Q r. I L . ,SB 3 , s1 r L , lk TRACK TEAM. LEFT TO RIGHT, sEATr3D: Ed Garberg Bob Keilg Harold McVay, Captaing Marshall Phillipsg Arthur Wagnerg Stan Kellam. sRAND1Nc1: Clarence Gladding, Managerg Ralph Pickelsg Matthew Nathang Gordon ReMineg john Griffing Clinton Mooreg joe Fortunato, Owen Gwathmeyg Coach Thistlethwaite. Tracie TGSDJ The Red and Blue trackmen raced down the cindered lanes to retain all the high honors previ- ously gained by Richmond teams. Captain Hal McVay and john Griffin carried the brunt of the burden in the weightsg Bob Keil ran the hurdlesg Ahe jones and Stan Kellam were the leading dashmeng Owen Gwathmey dominated the distancesg and Clinton Moore and Dick Thistle- thwaite were superior in the pole vault. Starting the regular track season, Richmond overpowered North Carolina State 72.75 to 53.25 with Keil and Griffin leading the Red and Blue scorers. Wfake Forest then fell before the Spiders by a 73 to 53 count. Owen Gwathmey proved his versatility by winning the mile and half mile events. Our ancient rivals from William and Mary were next in line for the trackmen and the Red and Blue took ten out of a possible fourteen first places and left the field with a 68 to 58 victory. Virginia Military Institute with Bosh Prichard leading the way defeated the Spiders 73.67 to 52.33. This was the first defeat suffered by a Richmond track team in dual competition in the last nine meets. But 98 Wasliington and Lee found the going tougher than their Lexington rivals and dropped a 70.5 to 55.5 decision to the Spiders. J In the Southern Conference Meet Richmond took fourth place, and completed a successful sea- son by being fourth in the State Big Six Meet. Fortunato heaved the javelin 189 feet 6.5 inches to cop this event. John Griffin won the discus with a throw of l34 feet 2.5 inches. Esau Rubs "Champs" Leg. l TENNIS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Manager Klaffky, Snyder, Shackelford, Jones, Donahue, Gordon, Phillips, Manager Goode, Coach Cale. ennis eam With eleven wins out of fourteen, the Tennis team finished one of the most successful seasons they have ever enjoyed. Captain George Shackel- ford was largely responsible for the efficient work- ing of the group from the first game with Drexel until the last match. Bill Snyder held the first post on the team with Dudley and Shackelford taking the next berths. The other members of the team were jimmy Dona- hue, johnny Gordon, Leslie Phillips, Chastine jones and Alton Howell. All of these men really put out their best and made the Tennis team de- Q Q serve recognition among the minor sports on the campus. Most of the games were played at home, but on the trip to Washington and Maryland the fellows enjoyed a change and came back with two victories and one defeat. Richmond Richmond .... . . . Richmond Richmond Richmond .... . . . ' Drexel ............. . . . 3 American University Bowdoin ........ Haverford ....... George Washington Richmond Maryand ........ Richmond American University Richmond Randolph-Macon .. Richmond Hampden-Sydney . Richmond William and Mary Richmond .... . . . William and Mary Richmond N. C. State ...,.. Richmond V. M. I. ........ . Richmond Randolph-Macon .. I ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. LEFT TO RIGHT: Anne Shafer, Hockey Manager, Rita Muldowney, Tennis Manager, Mil- dred Cox, Treasurer, Frances Badenoch, President, Miss Fanny Crenshaw, Alice-Gray Simpson, Track Manager, Florine Nuckols, Secretary, Evermond Hardee, Basketball Manager, Mrs. Dallas Grubbs. Westhampton Athletic Association President Frances Badenoch presided over the Athletic Association Board consisting of Althea Johnston, vice-president, Florine Nuckols, secre- tary, Mildred Cox, treasurer, Evermond Hardee, manager of basketball, Mildred Gulick, assistant manager of basketball, Anne Shafer, manager of hockey, Alice-Gray Simpson, manager of track, Rita Muldowney, manager of tennis, Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw and Mrs. Dallas Grubs served as faculty advisors. V The A.A. did its share in making the freshmen feel at home with a picnic at the faculty kitchen during Orientation Week. Later the whole student body hiked to Bosheris Dam. On November 7-8, The Virginia Field Hockey Association Tournament was held at Westhamp- ton and was very successful. Then, in a holiday I l O0 mood, the board prepared for its Christmas co-ed. After examinations, the students set to work on the annual Song Contest in which the Class of '44 was named winner with the Seniors a close second. The judges were Miss Esther Sylvia, Mrs. Frank Wendt, and Miss Jacqueline Lowe. . The Association sponsored a spring co-ed for which decorations of hockey sticks, tennis racquets, and banners furnished the proper atmosphere. The dominant theme stressed by the A.A. this year was contagious enthusiasm as well as health and physical factors. Weekly hikes and bicycle trips were organized, and to do its part in the de- fense program, also helping the College, the A.A. started a drive for organizations to buy defense bonds and leave them in a fund for a swimming pool. With President Frances Badenoch presiding, the year's work was closed with the spring banquet in May. Blazer winners were announced and Seals were awarded. Varsity tennis and track winners also were awarded. Upon the close of the school term, the old and new board members went on a week-end cabin party. l Varsity Hockey With the return of only five lettermen from the previous year's squad, early in September the Spiderettes faced the task of building a team for 1941-42. For the first match of the season they encountered Thomas jefferson, finishing in a 1-1 tie. Stick work and scoring ability improved rap- idly, and the Westhampton team defeated john Marshall 5-O, Saint Catherine's 2-1, and Collegiate 4-O. On Saturday, November 1, Madison travelled to Richmond to meet the Co-ords. This game ended in a tie, O-O, neither team being able to score at the crucial moment. The Virginia Field Hockey Association Tourna- ment was held at Westhampton. Cn Friday after- noon, the Spiderettes bowed to Etcetera A, a team consisting of players from Randolph-Macon and Westhampton Misses Hollins Colleges. Saturday, the Red and Blue came back to defeat William and Mary 2-1. Westhamp- tonites elected to the Virginia teams were: Poteat, first team, S. Lawson, E. Lawson, Shafer, and Scherer, Frances Badenoch, second team, Woodfin, third. Poteat was chosen to the Southeast Reserve. In the traditional Thanksgiving Day contest the alumnae defeated the varsity 5-1. VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen MacDonald, Gene Woodfin, Anne Shafer, Mary Grace Scherer, Captaing Sally Lawson, Frances Badenoch, Alice-Gray Simpson. BACK ROW: Annie Loie Walker, Rita Muldowney, Priscilla Poteat, Ruth Maris, Evie Lawson, Reba Booker, Shirley Huxter, Mildred Cox, Mrs. Dallas Grubbs, Coach. Ii101:I TOP: Long Corner-All out for defense! CHEER LEADERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Holly Garber, Louise Cardoza, Ruth Latimer, Gene Shepard, Marion Shlien, Ruth Van Ness, Pepper Gardner, Evermond Hardee, Florine Nuckols. CAnne Frank, Head Cheer Leader, not presentj BOTTOM: Rushing the goal, f102l Cfass Hockey With the class of '41 unable to defend its title because of graduation, there was an opportunity JUNIOR CLASS HOCKEY. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Reba Booker, Louise Cardozo, Puff Poteat, Captain, Evie Lawson, Shirley Huxter. SEC- OND ROW: Pepper Gardner, Marguerite Shell, Florine Nuckols, june Hargrove, Eve- lyn Flax, Noel Hinchman. for a new hockey champion. ,lil held the title for three years of the four they were in college. It was their little sisters, the class of '43, who took over the title under the leadership of "Puff" Poteat, a member of the southeast reserve team. Other mem- bers of the junior team were Evie Lawson, Shirley SENIOR CLASS HOCKEY. LEFT TO RIGHT: Wilmii Peters, Betty Anne Petzinger, Lillian Jung, Anne Shafer, jane Blake, Alice-Gray Simp- son, Captain, Gene Woodhn, Annie Loie Walker, Frances Badenoch, Lucy McDonough, Jimmie Franklin. CENTER BACK: Mary Grace Scherer. Ll03l FRESHMAN CLASS HOCK- EY. FRONT ROXV, LEFT TO RIGHT: Anne Seay, Margaret McPherson, Felicity Apperly, Gladys Kauffman, Sally Law son. SECOND ROW: Martha Pur cell, Betty Clement, Ruth Lati mer, Virginia Cunningham THIRD Row: Betty Dupuy Ruth Maris, Captain, Hollie Garber. X Huxter, Marguerite Shell, Reba Booker, Louise Cardoza, Evelyn Flax, june Hargrove, Noel Hinchman, Mildred Allman and Maxine Wil- liams. The seniors were led by Alice-Gray Simpson. Betsy Rice was captain of the sophomores and Ruth Maris of the freshmen. In the Odd-Even game the Odds overcame the Evens by a score of 1-O, with Huxter scoring in the last half. SOPHOMORE CLASS HGCKEY. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen MacDonald, May Edmunds, Betsy Rice, Captain, Duryee Howe, Ever- mond Hardee. SECOND ROW: Molly Warner, Phyllis Smethurst, Margery Peple, Mildred Cox. THIRD Row: Helen Barnes, Nancy Masters, Rita Muldowney. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. SEATED, FRONT: Frances Badenoch, Captain. LEFT TO RIGHT: Sally Lawson, Althea Johnston, Mildred Gulick, Evie Lawson, Peggy Vicars, Evermond Hardee, May Edmunds. STANDING, BACK: Miss Cren- shaw, Coach. Varsity Bczskefbaff Under the leadership of Captain Frances Bade- noch, Manager Evermond Hardee, and Coach Fanny G. Crenshaw, the Spiderettes opened the 1942 season with a 25-7 victory over Fairfax Hall. Renewing an old rivalry the Westhampton vars- ity defeated the College of the City of Charleston 20-11. Playing V2 lettermen and V2 reserves the co-ords continued their winning streak with vic- tories over Thomas jefferson, Saint Margaret's, and John Marshall. Traveling to Williamsburg the red and blue team bowed to a strong William and Mary sextette 20-16. With several of the first string players un- able to play, Richmond Professional Institute de- feated Westhampton 22-6 on the R.P.I. court. They also defeated the co-ord second team. In a game marked by exceptionally fast and close guarding, but with the forwards unable to hit the loop often enough the Spiderettes bowed to Madison 25-11 on the Harrisonburg court. Traveling to Saint Catherine's the Westhamp- ton first and second teams defeated the yellow and white teams. Completing the season with a spectacular finish, the co-ords downed Sweet Briar by a score of 24-17 to hold their record of no defeats on the home court. Those receiving varsity letters were Captain Frances Badenoch, Evie Lawson, Peggy Vicars, Evermond Hardee, Sally Lawson, Althea john- ston, Reba Booker and Mildred Gulick. May Ed- munds, Helen MacDonald, and Anne Lilly were recognized as substitutes. M051 SENIOR CLASS BASKET- BALL. LEFT T0 RIGHT, QFATFD: Lucy McDonough, Gene Wfoodhn, Co-captains. IQNFELING: Peggy Vicars Frances Badenoch, Alice-Gray Simpson, Anne Shafer, Lillian -lung, Wfilma Peters. 1 Basketfvczff Showing unusual speed and accuracy in shoot- ing, the freshman class turned back all others to capture the basketball cup with six straight vic- tories. The senior team, which until this year had not caused any other team much trouble, was de- feated only by the freshmen to end the season and their class basketball career, with four wins and JUNIOR CLASS BASKETBALL. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: Althea Johnston, Anne Lilly, Captain, Evie Lawson. sTANDINo: Ruth Phillips, Reba Booker, Florine Nuckols. li106T FRESHMAN CLASS BAS- KETBALL. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGI-IT: Betty Dupuy, Bet- tv Clements, Sally Lawson, Captain, jane Bristow, Mil- dred Gulick. sTANDING: Mary Campbell, Ruth Lati- fflef. two defeats. The junior team, which last year had To end the basketball season the Odds and the placed second, was unfortunate in the number of Evens met in a close battle in which the Evens injuries and placed third. The sophomores were triumphed 22-21. A free shot in the last seconds fourth. of play gave the Evens the needed point. 3--Mm., L ,..ss, SUPI-IOMORE CLASS BASKET- BALL. LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen Mac- Donald, Ann Green, Evermond Har- dee, May Edmunds, Captain, Rita Muldowney, Lois Hester, Duryee Howe. f107l ,4 Q.. Tmcfe Twfnners Repeating her performance of the 1940 intra- mural track meet, Evie Lawson of the class of '45 was individual high scorer and the cup was won by the sophomore class. In addition to Lawson letters were won by Cox, Proffitt, and Dodd. The following were winners in meet events: high jump, Cox, broad jump, Cox, hop, step, jump, Ives, 50 yard, Lawson and Proffitt, tie, 75 yard, Lawson, 100 yard, Lawson, hurdles, Proffitt, shot put, Mac- Donald, basketball throw, Dodd, relay, sopho- mores. TRACK WINNERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Evie Lawson, Mildred Cox, Effie Proffitt, Helen Dodd. 1- - Y L s 1,7 la f108il 4, my EW? ,-M f L wr 4 Na, . X, ws ,V V, :,, ,, 3 'TV ,4 if, aM'3Sa5g,a-i 44.2461 'ftrf fa-I 'ir' 'fast ' 1 Q V ' , 5 , Mg, rr A "' -'A' 'FQQQ' "Q 'Z ae. w fafm. ,, 2 K ,vw f-.J . f 4? ff H J FM 1 TENNIS TEAM. KNEELING: Rita Muldowney, STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen MacDonald, Elizabeth Cardwell Margaret Purcell. QVZVZIS Starting the year with ladder matches, the rat- ings of the players were subject to constant change. Because of the size of the team there were two squads. Helen Dodd, school tennis champion for the fourth year, played number one. Elizabeth Cardwell, '41, Rita Muldowney, '44, Helen Mac- Donald, '44, and Margaret Purcell, '41, played in the other matches for the team, their exact positions often changing by continued ladder matches. The red and blue team. met in competition St. Catherine's, Collegiate, Thomas jefferson, john Marshall, and the College of William and Mary. hun. "TTT",- Bfazers To any individual winning a letter in three var- sity sports, the Westhampton Blazer is awarded. The blazer is white flannel with the tower insignia in red on the pocket, the stripes denoting the num- ber of sports in which letters have been won and the stars indicating the number of times letters have been won. For the first time this year archery was added to the group of major sports, hockey, basketball, tennis, and track, in which it is possible to win letters. Elizabeth Cardwell and Evie Lawson received their blazers at the annual Athletic Association banquet. Cardwell had won letters in hockey, bas- ketball and tennis and Lawson in hockey, basket- BLAZER WINNERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Evie Lawson, Helen Dodd, Margaret Purcell. Seaf 'W1'nnerS Each spring the flannel seal, highest award of the Westhamp'ton College Athletic Association, is conferred on those members of the junior and senior classes who have shown exceptional sports- manship and contagious enthusiasm, whether as a spectator or participant. It is only through this en- thusiasm that we are able to achieve that which has come to be known as Westhamplton Spirit. Mary Alice Smith, outgoing president of the Athletic Association, Elizabeth Cardwell, captain of the 1940-41 hockey team, Mary Owen, Frances Badenoch, incoming president of the Athletic As- sociation, and Mary Grace Scherer, captain of hockey for the season 1941-42, were awarded seals at the A.A. banquet in May. SEAL WINNERS. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Alice Smith, Eliza beth Cardwell, Frances Badenoch, Mary Arnold. ball, and track. Helen Dodd and Margaret Purcell were the only two still in college who had received their blazers previously, Purcell in '40 and Dodd in her freshman year, '58 l'109fl 1 , , Deva Opin Leadership "From tbe .final y of Zbe worla' of bnman afairf, anal tbe lobyfical worla' abozn' af, by tbe aye of boobf, laboratory experimentation ana' obyeroarion, tbe Jtaclent may learn macb aboal bif environment. Only by an affine ana' responfyible eollaborazion wilb bif fellow sta- a'en1fJ in organizeal JIZIJEYZZ .rocial life may be learn tbe fine art of leaa'er5bip ana' vitizen5bip." -DEAN RAYMOND B. PINCHBECK. I , Ala .4 x""'-588 . J lrzymw lag 074 filyifdyriw' y e y from ll E tk . N ' :ff l?y91r,'L7,.,QQ-M. 1 A z fm, 1 in ,y , xl ml bfi ff gtg: Ill - . Hz M XXXVXX 7 iclgnwnd nllegian i ysteria Absent A M ni l Enlist In Observer S 1 N N nl lr at wee e m a similar issue of t in 1917 h . , students in com pax-ison today have accepted th resldentfv address astie turn of events calmly. A to the Congress on Monday. Pre etermination to support to the ceding th ' ' utmost the policies adopted by the Congress prevails here. however, and 18 campus men have volun- teered fm' and are now assisting in the air warning defense pm- gram, The program involves-2+ our vigil at the observation post at the intersection of Patterson Avenue and Three Chopt Road. Thirty pmfessnrs also offered their service-x and the lookout has maintained at th e meeting af - the air warning volunteers as the 9 listened to the P ' l e explanatzon of the an-, raid warning program by Joseph! E. Nettles, alumni secretary, stu- dents and professors accepted quietly Mr Ro 0 the Congressinn ! al and rad' ' e consulted annyf b and navy recruiting office-rv at the t Richnmml Ci . oseveltk short but?" moving speech t I Cl' VI C2 l Richomnd College feels the war! Newous tension and tlze- wr-,lbeelzxno mass meetings, no Paeg. Not displaying the undue excite- tl-emo seriousness of a situation ing of rewlqni ment and hysteria th - vi. which America had hoped t ' ' ' 9 W 5 The only ant: war senh w ich In 711611 as been expr:- ssed so er a Deared o a 5 foot banner vv :ch xv n plac d ' 0 e on the sid:- the Pla h y ouve during the night Tuesda ons, no demonstra- o avoid tions, ' as apparent at tb '. ' g y h u . f P ll 2 f - h' a . I I d y. Torn down e Wednesd - I' xo audiences. 'the Many students, recognizing thelhas length to which the war may ex-:by tend, already hav arty ay by unsympath ' 1 et-It stu- en s, the banner bore the legend, Wars will cease when men re- use to fight." Th ' e sxgn set forth essence of the argument which been expressed predominately two members o! the stu e W 0 ve advfic d nt Qdy h ha .ated "Umw- 'an Im-mem" for 9 e order of Departme . some time, An- ar other banner declaring "The Hrs! et Building on Main Street. casualty of war is truth" appeared . Patriotism, not the old flag- yesterday morning on the College ek-phone connection waving variety, but a practical Shop. lt received similar treat- wxth army headquarters, observers consideration and appreciation of ment at the hands of students. report evexy plane which passes the counfryfs predicament, is the Realizing that many students within the vicinity of the post, outstanding note in the effect on were concern lm ' The service will continue through- Richmond Collexze of Ia aL I lout the duration of the war t k l our Sfuab t f Dr. Ralph C. Mc-Danel and Frank Rose Scan the skies og 12:30 to 2:30 A.M. shift to report all aircraft in the U. S. Army civilian program for air raid deferwe. nt all this week By a special t . I ty station in the P - cel Po- ' ' ed a ut the pvssz 5 . panese biity of a lowered draft . ac s during the week. There have lContim1ed o 1 r ' e...Ne 'Y S of S l 0-Ol' S !nD n Page 61 age: X ef Prom for F 6 angerZone e Leave OfJap Bombs fBame ' M ' ' NN I , College: Enbkt umors C770 ose f Westha mp to 5 n, ln US: Service 'f ff ' Umm' fees Richmond I rx. an Ferebee, Fmnegon, AsbelL , Heffner, Kmpe, Lubman I W Class Selects Themeg Hgllday Paffy JomArmy, Navy, Arr Corps apanese bombs! V A Demdes To Ehmmate A xx--H At least five students of Rich- in Pearl Harbor in all pmhabilityf A .Bl'Sff"11'Hf Chwiflfws U06 19 Usual junior FL-,yor 1' Uh1'1SfmHS CHFOIS- HUM from H mond College have decided within disturbed the dreams of at least fo 'HHH GUDY'f'f'10 HS 11119911 flf the Qffif 381101. Q 0511311185 Nflfllflfivfthe last week to leave their col- !-our RiL.h,m,nd Cogege nw,-,Y 14.5 lvestlganxptzrn College Athlet1eAAs-1 February 7 has been set as theaand punch and eoolnes will featureigege wurk to 931533 in the mgmau, Phillips, Russ Walton, Roy New- Sfmamlll Qorefl fomoffow 'Ufghfldafe for the Westhanlpton Junior the annual Chfmnlas llaffl' Fhatfservice ofthe United States. ton, and Walwn Tm,',,Se,,d areffronxl 9 unix! 12 ocloclf, aceordznglpmm, wmnwizteee have been ap, the college governmenkts of Rmb- Fred Ferebees Bi11Finneg3n.Tgd known to be stationed M, ships mile: Rzta Muldofvney, wh? is sary- pointed. md 2 them? has beenfnlond Cullen? and l?FSll'l8lYlIJgO2! Hefner. george Asbegl Mejvfn the Honolulu base. img as commlttee clzalrman m xclectedv Class Pmxment slimy! lfzll spofzsor .Sunday .fught at 8:-S0 1,4,bm,fm, and Syd Knipg have ejgh- Many other Richmond men are51'fH1f2"2 of dvvfffallnrws.. Huxtm. said today, Loclvek m the Ref-eptwn Room. pf 9, appjjed for 0, wmpfefed their Serving in the United States Navy? Babe Barnes and hrs band are Commmws and ibm, C.hLm.menftl:e Westlmmpton Student Aoznvz-fenjistmentsl Lubman and Piyme. but search of the a1um,,i mes re, scherllrled to play fnrlthe annual am: Dewmtinng' June Hargrmwftres Bmldmg. lgzm have entered the Navy while vealed only these who are prob- Ilfehohdalfdallce- If ls the mfltlund Frances Beazley: Fa vo 1-Ll Mrs. Frank Apperly. xnxtructurjthe remain:-1' have connected them- :rbly based off the Hawaiian Is-f flme that 1775 band has appeamd ml"PufT" Poteatq Cards and Tickets, 01' Speech at Westhamptun, will j' selves with the Army Air Corps. lands. Alumni Secretary Joseph the Wflgfhalllpwn lf-Vm Where the Agaxine Williams: Ren-eghmenns, read a Chxistnxas story under al Dean Raymond B. Pinchbq-lc H. Nettles, when queried on the, ff8""e 'S M bv held- TM decqra' Ann Chamblifwg Flowem, Barbara huge glittering free. Santa Clausjsaid that he had been officially matter, said, "We are trying to'f7003 Win 'fa"'1V out .the Chnst' Len-ixg Music, Alrhea Jnhngtong identity. as yet, unlmown, will lwf notified that Lubman, Ferebee, work un a list of the men in tbe'mP'S mood of T59 affair- Figure, Anne Ugkgsr PuhIfpity,ilI1fl'0llUl'E'1f by the muster ofianrl Finnegan had dropped their Sen-icef' ' In the receiving line will be Helen H1-1-'1-inkg Finance, Franc-esfceremoniex, and will hand outfsehonl work. Asbell left sclwol to Phillips, who was supposed toj Dean May L. Keller: Dean Martha Ellis, I appropriate gifts to selected mem-'join the Army as a member of an have graduated in l9421'1'0n1 Rich-18. Lucas: Miss Fanny G. Cren- At A called meeiing 1-,Qld Wedlhf-rs of both student bodies. Ac- aviation ground mend, is now serving as an ensignfshaw, director of physical educa- npsday, :he 4-law votpd on fhefcmnpanying jing-lcv are und on board the destroyer, USS Dor-f tion: Frances Badenoch, Athleticgfay-om Umm ,wommemlgfiqn 9 firm t sey, I-le completed his iz-aining5'Association px-esirlent, and Althea 311-,Q wyqfiyfm 1 Ty t' e 6 Johns-cm, vice- resident gflznued on pag J p S USIC , Plnlhps Walton Newto S . , n, o ei: Co-ed f .IOWUSSHQ Attached f Base aceTomorro The scream of J o Hawauan Naval ID e-ge turned out en masse and twice paraded ar . ound their earnpus, canying with them large Hags and singing the "Star Spanx led Banner" ' ' crew before the -. er the Japanese declaration of war, He 1' ,1 11' ion of Louise Hall, Lanmzage ner and Knipe have both , x - p on faculty and due Clubs will sim: Christmas carols to be ' - fto the necessity of saving elaasfin the native 1: ' . 'X ,fnmney for defense. fb A ' 'rl 0 . 1 I vh ' ' Coffeglan o l l rd xu fContmued on ep favors ony ec S' frr their flHf8Y A ffl applied' mme qflymg cadets az -'Il ongue. 9 7 R f r me flffmrled to ard ti Jfmmlbg . eco!! f h URI? ' D889 61 ' . f "l"'3'3T ff'v0f'f rse u s Gef Eronx fzeer' as been tradmonal at Wesfhamp I ! . 6 f mn. but because of the waz- the, g 1 ,Z , f O 'students feel that the Jnrmey iS, Lb needed fur the adoption of e warf .. 1' lfuge ' nd fm- other relief xv ring' """h-. By Stuart Willialns In the pu-calling issue of the, l"I'hee tlaenxe, which ix the ngzst' By Scoop fr-nom," recalled H7710 JKUWIS 1-H0505 of WSNUYBU ' DPIDWG Whl'-'li had 0bVf0USl3' EOM? 'important feature of a We-stbam 1-, Wise guys in Jeter Hall ' I I wr: Coll to pre-sn before either the news of f lon prom, is unique and original f that ' the student endorsenwe-nt or the ac-y and has ngv f - tual declaration of war b len ' ' ' Gates. "They were says Assistant Editor R. T. Coleman in The Collegian For April 17, 1917, describing' ac- tivity on this campus twenLy.th1'ee years ago at the declaration of war against Ge ny. ev This pat1'ioti:m?1ispIay on the L part of the '17 model College on the morning of April 14 was followed almost imme 1' nd program Th he RlC!lllDOI1d a 1' of the Virginia G College student body, at which Ae time the folio ' . demands of a free-lance writer a membe who bet even pazk d the 'Four Club" w ' ez been used at West- TORC- H hampton before," June Hgrgrov Stihl Pdxtonal ffollowihll two decorations co-chairman said. shorter ones dedicated to the dis-fzhvmo will not be announced cussion of "Spring" and the l8ckfFeb2-ugyy, She added that Of Collegian subscribers. 1'9SP9C- suliable to the theme have tively! had appeared deczwng "the chosen, and work will begin dissenting voices we hear raised on soon as the materials ery side," in regard to the any Huxter expressed the icipatcd compulsory military train-jdeqor-am-,ns will not be Girl ing of college men, in scarcity of mate Editor H. M. Moy! Sutherland 1 lately by a who ix now mass meeting of t ' the . e motif enefel of '42 " .ss-zmbly, Called :For " ' ' , Wing resolution w X' ' adopted: was The patriotzsm 111 M' as mpxderdomv and law- rial 9. om life. members. Th F e our Musketeers are ley Wiley and Bill Luck of mond. Henry Steigleder ing Green. and P cy Bl' West Pomt. At the tb ey moved e year th L, i The wise guys Win. 0 Dfw-1, Th . ' C QU ouldn t last who lived in tb out ihe senxesber have laid them- tho:-ity on the selsges open tn "I-told-you-so" fr ' the follr the bureauftwileyy e Orient, is an au- Japaneee way 'uf ly subject babvo is ira- as all four are pledgeq of brothel-hoods. scsi 1 fi e Cllig Wi g e er Iexn a Phi Garu- 21 Phi Kappa Sig-- Pi Kappa' Alpha. same classes," we have when :ss Huxzer expressed the enw ' thusiastic ho ' e, the students of '- IT ' as president o pe that, 'Alma Mater Rxchmond does not .f msllege, m the light df be followed by oster peace fanatics a ' the present, slackersf' haiionzrl crisis, des' nd pz-eszdentg Doll and Frances me to endorse I! there had been any arte the pohcy of the national Hdminis "Debt tration and .V Ellis, nsive, in the Emufe wi , v y bickering-s and personal tmd'ti ite , as evidence of that feellr1gs,"e-Wzlgibited fact we hereby tender our IC98 l 1 anal Wh . among the stu H sew- dent body ' n any way in which m, . - owers. Those pnor to the meeting, were red czmmtion the ad- they were put aside and "all united Chairmen of tl: zmstz-ation may see Ht io use neamyy in furthering the them." Q Zregt te in 6 th fr fContinued on page 61 ii ave me b E 9 e Collegian that the "Four Club" after one day s.rgumenla." ilu., and reserved "ln that way " can shady tlxoile W8 .rs a while other jobs trust when 'wel the fact Ure? of du-een for iI1C"i1- boys End All and Glee Sea the they wo has been 08911 The Colle ian A wise-cracking Offensive Revue comedian may suggest from the Playhouse stage that there is nothing in the Collegifzzzg in that case a consider- able number of University of Richmondites are interested in nothing. The claim to fame of the l94l--I2 Collegiinz lies in the fact that it has been read more widely than any earlier editions. The repainted walls of the Playhouse office, not to mention rejuvenated typewriters, and new refer- ence books, have wrought a change in the character of the campus news sheet. This year news coverage has been with the best, and makeup has soared toward the most radical and interesting yet pro- duced here. Under the guiding hand of Editor Tom Warri- ner, the editorial page has become a spot of interest both because of the editorials and because of the columns. Political finaggling and the food served in the Richmond College Refectory have been im- portant issues in the column and a half sections. Changes are appearing in both these setups. The firing of one of the Collegimzk columnists, forced by public opinion was unfortunate, but furnished proof that the sheet was read. In an effort to provide a real paper, the over- Y I Thomas Emmett Warriner, Jr. Ediloi'-111-Chief worked managing editors from both sides of the lake put in so many pictures at the beginning of the year that the cut allowance is down to nothing as school is ending. Pictureless though it is now, the C olle gimz will still represent real day to day life on the Richmond campus. According to friends here and away the issue of the paper which followed the United States' decla- ration of war was one of the best ever printed. The staff has sought constantly to maintain the same standards. Wednesday and Thursday afternoons are key CGLLEGIAN EDITORIAL STAFF. LEFT TO RIGHT: Guy Eriddell, Frances Beazley, Helen Herrink, Managing Editors, Frances Calisch, Westhampton Editor, john Decker, Managing Editor. If112:I Frances Calisch, Thomas Nelson Williams W'eJfba111,b1'0fz Edilor Bzzfifzefr Mazinger days in the weekly production. The haggard, un- shaved looks of the editors as the Friday morning 8330's come ticking round the clock tell, not only of inkgrimed hours at the printshop on Thursday evening, but also of an air raid watch or two and several other meetings or tests to study for. By and large the members of the staff are among the most active students in school entering every, in fact too many, phases of student life. From Thursday night until Monday morning makes a long week-end for the toughest. Other troubles are legion. The fight for the best space in the paper is carried out weekly. Westhampton says their story is best. Rich- mond is sure their's affects more people. The president of this said that. The organ- izer of the other thing wants publicity. One week a battle royal was eminent. ODK tap- pings, Woody Herman, May Day, Rich- mond Honor Council appointments were all vying for the coveted spot. Only after tears and near bloodshed was the issue set- tled. It is only one of the howls the editor hears if a small article is lost in the scufHe and does not appear. Alpha Mu Omicron always seems to hit this bad luck. The Collegian will try to do better next year. Westhampton's representatives have carried more than their share of the trials and tribulations. They fulfill their tasks down to the last headline as if they had nothing else on earth to do. Every freshman and sophomore reporter has taken part. True, many of their stories were rewritten but the same thing happened to today's rewriters a couple of years back. There are few students who realize the real work entailed in putting out six, or at the present time, a war-time four-page issue week after week, month after month. COLLEGIAN BUSINESS STAFF. LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Williams, Bob Piper, Assistant Business Managersg Tommy Williams, Business Manager. E1133 The Web "Remember you are a war editor." These words of the Board of Publications made us realize that our yearbook would be among those things which must suffer because of the national emergency. And then began the laborious process of scheming and planning to cram more material into fewer pages. Much planning had been done during the summer after a great amount of correspondence and several meetings of the editors, but revisions began as soon as school started. The first cause was the influence of the Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association Convention in Farmville during Octo- ber. The editors attended and after a memorable week-end, sleeping in an attic, banquets, football, and conferences, came back with some new ideas. Then the coming of the photographer and usual worries of begging people to meet their appoint- ments, shifting the schedule of organizations, argu- ing about the best poses, and satisfying the students. The regular workings of the staff, the twelve- thirty Monday meetings, the collecting of proofs, LEANDER T. SAUNDERS, JR. LUCY ELLEN MCDONOUGH Editor-in-Chief Westhampton Editor the continual pounding of the typewriter, the so- liciting of snapshots, the revising of write-ups, the arguments of the members, the cutting and pasting of the dummy, the compiling of lists, the reading of proof, trips to Dr. Wheeler's office, numerous visits to the engravers and printers and the buzzing of the business staff kept us on our toes all year. But we have enjoyed working, and we hope that our work will be acceptable. Everyday student life as the mother of citizenship has been the theme of this year's book. We have not tried to make this too obvious by setting aside several pages for that special purpose because we feel that it is unconsciously portrayed in every WEB EDITQRIAL STAFF. sEATED: Warren Walthall, Fraternity Editor, it ,gr Sam Britt, Assistant Editor. STANDING: Stan Watts, Assistant Editor, Lin johnson, Typist, Bill Garvey, Pho- tography Editor. Absent when picture was taken Bob Phillips, Associate Edi- tor, Clifton Long, Art Editor, and Pierce Ellis, Organization Editor. fll-41 HUGH PARKER YOUNG RALPH E. KINSEX' Law School Editor Business Manager write-up and every picture which shows students at work and at play. On the divisions pages we have attempted to call to mind the different phases of life which are developed in college, the intellect, the physique, leadership and social grace. Our principal goal this year has been to make the book a little more informal. We have tried to ac- complish this purpose by having more informal pictures, not snapshot pages, throughout the book in various sections showing the workings of the dif- ferent groups. These pictures have, we hope, given life to the class, the organization and the athletic sections. Bill Garvey, with his trusty camera and well-equipped dark room, deserves the credit for WESTHAMPTON EDITORIAL STAEE. Gene Woodfin, Athletic Editor, Mary Hoffman, Managing Editor, Virginia Mayo, Associate Editor, Betty Sessler, Managing Editor, Louise Cardozo, Junior Managing Editor. H1151 whatever progress has been made in this way because from the conjestion of the matricu- lation line and the opening convocation 'til the coming of the spring dances Bill has been on hand at every occasion to catch the profs and students in action. Lucy McDonough, the Westhampton edi- tor, has kept her staff busy and has made this book possible through her cooperation. She has contributed many ideas besides keep- ing up the routine work. The Law School editor, Hugh Parker Young, has advanced many ideas for the changing of his section and has had complete charge of preparing those pages set aside for the T. C. Williams School of Law. He is solely responsible for the drawings which appear in that section and deserves whatever credit they merit. Invaluable service has been rendered by Bob Phillips, our associate editor, by our art editor, the assistant editors, the fraternity editor, the organiza- tion editor and all of the other members of the staff. To them belongs the praise for hours of toil which only those who have worked on publications can appreciate. XXYEB BUSINESS STAFF. sEAT13D: Chesley Decker, Bill Metz- ger, jack Baker. STANDING: Bill jordan, Bill Bareford, Walter Eanes, Bert jones. Absent when picture was taken, jimmy Hubbard and Willard Burton. .fountain of youth-the youth which is MGSSGI1 GI' Claiming a heritage older than that of any other campus publication, the Mes- senger is definitely not decrepit, despite its age. Instead it is a habital drinker from the today synonymous with alertness. Most important in the policy of this year's Messenger has been the problem of answering as well as arousing varied student interests. E rom the first issue with its lively football cartoon on the cover until the graduation finale that has been its aim. As an organ of campus expression the magazine has served its country in content and in spirit. Current event tests, fiction, non-fiction, and poetry have been indicative of its awareness and its loyalty. To mirror student thinking in wartime has been MARX' GRACE ScHERER ROBERT BLACK Edirol'-in-Clvief Bzzsiuess Manager the duty and privilege of the Messenger staff. Imbibing in the fountain of youth has not re- moved its trials and tribulations for circumstances have caused frequentchanges in its personnel-two of its editors left school as a result of the emer- gency. The position of Richmond College editor fell finally to Allister MacKenzie. His service, as well as those of his predecessors, along with Fran- ces Ellis, Bobby Black and their staffs has made the Messenger what it is. The Messenger has striven to uphold over a half- century of tradition and to press forward with its fellow students. MESSENGER EDITORIAL STAFF. LEFT TO RIGHT! Frances Ellis, Westhampton, Editor, Mary Grace Scherer, Editor-in-Chief, Harrol Brau- er, Richmond College Editor. IiII6l Debate Team The Richmond College Debate Team has just com- pleted a fairly successful year under the direction of jack Manley, Debate Manager. Professor Miller acted as the coach and faculty advisor of the group and con- tributed much to the organization. Several visiting teams were entertained on the campus against whom the local participants always made a good showing. The most outstanding event of the year, however, was the trip made by the team to the University of Maryland, and Virginia. Bill Bareford, Guy Friddell and Allister MacKenzie were the star debaters of the year. RICHMOND COLLEGE DEBATE TEAM. sEATED: Bob Mundy, Stuart Wil- liams, Professor Miller, Louis Brenner, Milton Weiss, Dick Hague. sTAND1No: Allister Mac- Kenzie, Bruce Kellison, Dick Baylor, Bob Hatha- way, Jack Manley, Bob Cotten, Bill Bareford, Jack Zuber. orensio Counei Forensic activities on the campus took a decided turn for the better this year as a result of expanding the work of the Forensic Council and increasing the efficiency of this body. The improvement was made possible largely by the adoption of a new constitution designed to strengthen the group. As in previous years, the Forensic Council sponsored the annual Ladies Night Program of the three literary societies, the Inter-society debates, the yearly banquet, and judged literary contests for county high schools. The Council was headed by two different men during the same year, Stuart Williams being elected president to lill the unexpired term of Straughan Lowe Gettier. FORENSIC CGUNCIL. sEATED: Livingston Bat- ten, Rowland Burns, Straughan Gettier, lack Manley, john Decker. STANDING: Louis Brenner, Marvin Cole, Leland Hig- ginbotham. Stuart Wil- liams. 51173 H WC.A. CABINET. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ethne Flannagan, President, Ann Frank, Vice-president, Ann Oakes, Secretaryg Frances Kennard, Treasurerg Kay Hanleyg Grace Norris. BOTTOM ROW: Mildred Cox, Betty MacMurtry, Jayne Maire, Jean Bowers, Ann McElroy, Wilma Peters. YWCA. YW. this year carried out one of its most inter- esting programs under the sponsorship of Dr. Susan Lough, Dr. Martha Lucas, and Mrs. Henry Decker. Because of the trying conditions of the day, a vital part of the "Y's" activities was devoted to helping the Red Cross. A dance was given to raise money with which to purchase Red Cross supplies. To answer the need of guidance in student thought on world conditions, a series of forums was held twice a week, led by members of the faculty and several student organizations. The publication of a devotional outline for each day, begun last year, was continued this year with an even greater suc- cess, along with a booklet of all "Y" activities for the year, which was distributed to all students upon recognition of all new members. During Orientation Week, the "Y" welcomed the freshmen with its traditional picnic, tea, and Kid Party. Tours of the campus were sponsored by the organization which helped to acquaint the new students with their surroundings. Two important features of the Social Service Commission were the annual visit and sending of Christmas gifts by "Y" members to the girls at Kilbourne Farm, and the entertainment and di- recting of devotional services held at the Home for Incurables and the Crippled Children's Hos- pital. Members were also active in furthering a friend- ly feeling with the Negroes of Richmond, and sev- eral members aided in the direction of a Negro Girl Scout troop. Besides its monthly meeting, and every other Tuesday evening service, the "Y" sponsored sev- eral Vesper services and chapel programs. This year the Y.W.C.A. was represented at the National Student Assembly in Oxford, Ohio. f118il .M. C. A. A precedent-making year has just successfully reached a close for the Young Men's Christian As- sociation. For the first time in the history of the University, the Richmond and Westhampton cabi- nets held a joint weiner roast down by the lake. Over one hundred persons attended, had plenty to eat, and heard two fine talks by Union Theological Seminary men. On December 18, the "Y" cabinet sponsored a Christmas party in the refectory for eighty under- privileged children. Each man brought a child and gave him the only Christmas that he had that year. Professors and associate members fthe entire cam- pusj had a part in bringing Christmas to those children. NVith the consent of the members, the Y-cabinet agreed to conduct one Vesper service a month. Several services were composed entirely of stu- dents, and many inspiring talks came out of these programs. Came February and Religious Emphasis Week, the cabinet was right behind all the forums, boost- ing attendance and presenting views for discussion. emi its. Lankford and His Cohorts. Posing as "Information Men" during Orientation Week, the "Y" helped register the incoming frosh and aided them in becoming situated generally in college. A ping pong and horseshoe tournament was sponsored by the cabinet in Mid-Winter, which created keen competition among many of the dorm students. ln eight short months the Y.M.C.A. has become a widely recognized group. Y.M.C.A. CABINET. FIRST ROW: Doug Laird, Walter Haden, Treasurer, Vernon Lankford, President, Frank Baker, Vice- president, Allister MacKenzie. SECOND ROW: Frank Rose, Warren Walthall, "Skee" Goode, Bruce Kellison. THIRD ROW: Lee Saunders, joe Fortunato, john Bain, jim Bain. FOURTH Row: Winfree Fore, Emmett Hubbard, john Decker, Secretary, Owen Gwathmey, Clarence Major. RTCl1111L711Cl College Cilee Club Competing in Fred Waring's national glee club contest, in addition to its regular schedule of con- certs on this campus helped make this one of the most successful seasons ever for the Richmond College Glee Club. Meeting, via N.B.C. recorded facilities, some of the most outstanding male glee clubs from colleges in this area, including V.P.I., Duke, North Caro- lina, George Washington, and others, the Spider singers ranked high in the competition. At the Naval Relief Concert given at the Mos- que in April the glee club sang the "Ballad for Americans" featuring Ensign Tivis Wicker, an alumnus of 1941, as the soloist. Then later in the spring the group made a trip to Randolph-Macon Womans College at Lynchburg at which time they sang Fred Waring's arrangements of "Carry Me back to Old Virginian and "Loch Lomond" and a special arrangement of "The Star-Spangled Ban- ner. As a tribute to president-elect Leslie H. Phillips, jr., who was called to active duty as an ensign in Our Director. the United States Naval Reserve in September, the executive office of the club was left open. Stuart L. Williams served as business manager of the group this year, while Lawrence Spiers ably handled the duties of librarian for the third successive year. The glee club was again under the capable di- rection of Alton L. Howell, who was largely re- sponsible for all of the forward steps that the group has taken during the last few years. He has worked diligently to improve the technique and general musical ability of the unit and his efforts have been adequately rewarded. RICHMOND COLLEGE GLEE CLUB. LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: T. N. Williams, Tom King, Billy Beville, Stuart Williams, Business Manager, Alton Howell, Director, Lawrence Spiers, Librarian, Billy Connor, Tom Herndon, Bob Phillips. STAND- ING, FIRST ROW: DeRoy Beale, Allen Flannagan, Bill Snead, Bill Rhodenhiser, Gene King, Lars Janson, Ray Coulter, George Hall, Garland Clarke, Allister MacKenzie, Roger Walke. SECOND ROW: Ray Baker, john Bain, Whitney Caulkins, Elmer West, Bill Bareford, Emory Trainham, Bill Decker, joe Solomon, Percy Gates, Clifton Booker, Dick Williams. VVESTHAMPTON GLEE CLUB. LEFT TO RIGHT, ON FLOOR: Lelia Gardner and Frances Kennard. sI2ATI2D: Dagmar jacob- sen, Janice Johnson, Louise Cardoza, Allene Jones, Nancy Saar, Betty MacMurtry, FIRST ROW, STANDING: Ann Burcher, Lowaita Rowland, Ann Seay, Kay Hanley, Mary Campbell, Ann Oakes, Ansley Hulfish, Kathryn Mumma, Fifi Smethurst, Laura jenkins, Ruth Maris, Annlouise Brand, jacquelin Batten. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Parker, Dot Ihnkton, Betty Hogan, Kalima Dalton, Christy Lou Miller, Natalie Lum, Dot Monroe, Ann Fisher, Margaret McPherson. Wesfhampfon Gfee Led by Mrs. F. F laxington Harker and President Louise Cardozo, the members of the Westhampton College Glee Club took part in five programs dur- ing the session of 1941-42. In December, the an- nual Pop Concert came off with a bang! Presented in the Wfesthampton College dining room, deco- rated for the occasion with saddles, corn cobs, and straw, this concert was distinguished by the rendition of familiar songs by little girls in cotton dresses. The first of two radio programs was con- cerned with school proclamation songs and the sec- ond included numbers presented as the Spring Formal Concert. This program, put on with the help of the Richmond College Glee Club, was the highlight of the year and the most elaborate pro- fect attem.pted by the Club. THE MEMBERs OF THE CLUB WEREZ Sopm110.r-Allene Jones, Laura jenkins, Fifi Smet- hurst, Ann Seay, Ann Burcher, Betty Hogan, Kalima Dalton, Natalie Lum, Dot Monroe, Margaret Mc- Pherson. Second Solfmzfzor-Belia Gardner, Rosellen Hoff- man, Dagmar Jacobsen, Louise Cardoza, Annlouise Brand, Ruth Maris, Ansley Hulfish, Mary Campbell, Kay Hanley, Christy Lou Miller. Alias' - Jeanice Johnson, Nancy Saar, Fran Kennard, Betty MacMurtry, Jacquelin Batten, Kathryn Mumma, Ann Oakes, Elizabeth Parker, Dot Ihnkton, Ann Fisher. Accofizfmzziff - Lowaita Rowland. f1Z1:I CHOIR. FIRST ROW: Eulalie Edwards, Mercedes Denny, Betty Hogan, Doris Colley, Maree Thomas, Nell White, Virginia Nichols, Janice Johnson, Dot Monroe. SECOND ROW: Charlotte Thomas, Lillian Jung, Elizabeth Wilkinson, Mary Lee Smith, Dagmar Jacobsen, Ansley Hulhsh, Dorothy Gallup, Betty Ann Richards. THIRD ROW: Frances Ellis, Bob Phillips, President, Winfree Fore, George Crabtree, George Hall, Al MacKenzie, Elizabeth Parker. FOURTH ROXV2 Allen Flannagan, Elmer West, Emory Trainham, Bob Piper, John Bain, Powhatan Cox. h011' The University Choir plays an important role in campus life. It is a hard-working organization and one in which both Westhampton women and Richmond men may participate. It is open to any who enjoy music and singing without requiring previous training or experience. During the year, the Choir furnished music for every other Sunday night Vesper service and led the singing at most of the Friday convocations. As has been its custom in former years, the Choir gave special musical programs at Christmas and Easter. After the Christmas program, it led a large group of carollers through the neighboring residential district, stopping at the homes of all the professors who live nearby. Two social events were included in this year's schedule. In the fall, there was a party at West- hampton, and in April, the whole Choir enjoyed an outing with weiners and all the accessories. Mrs. F . Flaxington Harker, the director, is to be congratulated for training and directing this sing- fl22:l ing organization and for maintaining this year, as always, the high quality of its performances. MRS. F. FLAXINGTON HARKER, D21-error LOWAITA ROWLAND, Pimziyf S 0 1171211105 Pamela Carpenter Doris Colley Mercedes Denny Frances Ellis Dorothy Gallup Jen Lea Guthrie Betty Hogan Dagmar Jacobson William Bareford Allen Flannagan Lars Janson Natalie Heller Ansley Hulfish Janice Johnson Lillian Jung Dorothy Monroe Virginia Nichols Marie Thomas Elizabeth Wilkinson Eulalie Edwards Mary Lee Smith Tezzorr Altos Emory Trainham Jack Zuber Elizabeth Parker Betty Richards Charlotte Thomas Betty MacMurtry Nell White Ann Oakes Louise Wiley Bzzryef John Bain George Hall Powhatan Cox George Crabtree Alec Finleyson Vfinfree Fore Allister MacKenzie Bob Phillips Bob Piper Elmer West Richmond College Band Those of us who have been here at the University of Richmond for four years have watched with interest the rapid growth of the Spider Band from a small, rather disappointing group into one of the more outstanding organizations on our campus. Of course a number of good musicians are necessary to any worthwhile band and Richmond has been fortunate in this respect. Credit should be given to all of the men who have served faithfully and worked hard to build up a successful band of which they may be proud. The Band played at all the home football games this year and made the trip to Charlottesville with the team when we played Virginia. No one dis- putes the fact that band music is essential at a foot- ball game, both to the team and cheering section. Even though the schedule was rather discouraging this past season, the Band did much in bolstering our sagging spirit. The maneuvers between halves, aided by the two drum majorettes, were enjoyed by everyone. As an added feature for the Home- am? Planning for a Parade. Coming game with Washington and Lee, the Spider Band played host to an all-girl band from Mary Washington College and entertained them with a pre-game dance. Not all of the Band's activities were devoted to football games and parades. A program of heavier concert music was worked out and presented to the campus this spring. In May, this program. was re- peated at Mary Washington, when the Band re- payed the girls, visit. BAND. FIRST ROW: Bill Council, Bob Endicott, Roland Anderton, jerry Imburg, Fred Gindhart, Bill Bryan, Bill Sinclair Mr. W. T. Sinclair, Director. SECOND ROW: Stewart Williams, Judson Snead, Kenneth Van Allen, Bob Phillips, David Branch, Moreland Irby, Al Stoutamire, Stan Lusby. THIRD ROWi Irving Sheppe, Clifton Booker, Alec Finleyson, jack Mabry Emory Trainham, Bob Piper, joe Solomon, Curtis Holloman. Nlu Sigma Rho Literary Society The oldest organization on the campus, founded here in 1846, has completed another year of variety profit and fun. Vice President John Reid planned the programs of extemporaneous speeches, talks from outsiders, and, something new this year, quizzes. The quiz bug took hold of them, and many a laugh came out of it all. Nobody thinks much about how long an organi- zation will last at the time of its founding, but our 1846 counterparts would be happy to see the pres- tige they have on the Richmond College Campus. Last year, for instance, they completed the sixth consecutive year of victorious debates in a field of three societies. If they keep men of the calibre they have now, we will just go on indefinitely winning debate after debate, year after year. They had the annual banquet again this year, and already are looking forward to our centennial banquet in 1946. That will be a year worthy of the Mu Sig Officers Confer one hundred years of background that has been built up in Mu Sigma Rho. Une thing this year that helped put over their claim to success, was the degree of Master of Mendacity bestowed upon Rowland Burns. Row- land is their master in the field of lying, the chief tale-teller, the epitome of fabrication. Allister MacKenzie presided for us this year with the help of john Reid, Vice-president, George Oliver, Secretary, and Ray Baker, Treasurer. MU SIGMA RHO LITERARY SOCIETY. FIRST ROW: Billy Etheridge, Bill Davis, Ray Baker, Livingston Batten, Rowland Burns, Pierce Ellis, Bill Snead. SECOND Row: Jack Zuber, Allister MacKenzie, Bruce Martin, Harding Thomas, Bill Bare- ford, Bill Rhodenhiser, Wfatkins Rhodes, Henry Steigleder. THIRD ROW: A. B. Clark, Courtney Carter, Leland Higgin- botham, Bob Wyatt, Berkley Garnett, DeRoy Beale, john Emert. FOURTH Row: Roscoe Wright, Morse Seymour, Pat Ve- lenovsky, George Oliver, Tom Zava. PHILOLOGIAN LITERARY SOCIETY. FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: jack Manley, Powhatan Cox, Al Baughan, Henry Butler, Charles Kingery, Hundley Wiley, James Bain. SECOND ROW: Dick Hague, Bill Macllwaine, Straughan Richardson, john Decker, Bill Decker, Judson Snead. THIRD ROW: Tom Herndon, Gene King, Donald MacKinlay, john Bain, Bob Plailologian Literary oeiety Starting the first semester under the domination of john Decker and John Bain, the Philologians strove to build their society into an organization even stronger than that of last year. ln preparing programs for the Philologians Bain emphasized participation of the members, with ample criticism and suggestions for individual im- provement. From the first meeting in September to the last one in May the Philogs had an enjoyable time of fellowship and fun. On each Monday night they met in Dr. Mitchell's lecture room for an hour of debating, speaking and discussion, and each time they left with a feeling of renewed energy and the assurance that a very profitable hour had been spent with their comrades. As a result of these weekly meetings much talent was uncovered and Hathaway. many unsure speakers with shaking knees were transformed into fluent orators who could think on their feet and express their ideas in clear, con- cise language. Several of the meetings were en- livened by tales of personal experiences of some of the members who had lived in foreign coun- tries or had visited there. Once in awhile the so- ciety would call upon a professor to come and expound on a subject of current interest. The revision of the constitution was the major project of the society for a number of weeks. The final product was a document of which the literary men are extremely proud. The second semester got under way with Gene King weilding the gavel and Bruce Kellison plan- ning the programs. The crowning achievement of the year, how- ever, was the winning of the inter-society debates. The Philologians succeeded in nosing out the Mu Sigs, who had held the trophy for several years. Bill Decker, Linwood Horne, jimmy Bain, and jimmy Hubbard were the representatives of the society and deserve much praise for their splendid work, their excellent spirit and cooperation. H251 S. Cl. Nlitcliell Literary Society Realizing the untiring efforts and loyal devotion of Dr. Samuel Chiles Mitchell to the ideals and traditions of the University of Richmond, and de- siring to perpetuate his memory in this institution, the Samuel Chiles Mitchell Literary Society was founded in 1950 to improve the literary tastes of town students who were unable to attend the cam- pus societies. - President Stuart Williams directed the society through the first semester, and his efforts were responsible for increasing the membership tre- mendously. Highlighting the programs for the year was a book review of Keys of Ike Kifzgdom given by guest speaker Robert Watkins. Milton Weiss as Dean Keller and Jack Atkinson as a Rich- mond College student presented a skit portraying in detail how to get Westhampton's permission to attend a dance. A debate was given on the question: Resolved that Richmond College should change their name from Spiders to Rebels. Stuart Williams represented the society at the Ladies , l The Two "Prexies." Night Program of all the societies and spoke on a plan for peace with japan. Marvin Cole was elected president for the second semester. The first program of the new term oc- curred during Richmondls first blackout. A large crowd was on hand to hear Billy Beville and Mil- ton Weiss guest speakers from Mu Sigma Rho. S. C. MITCHELL LITERARY SOCIETY. FIRST ROW: Marvin Cole, William Metzger, Stuart Williams, Richard Baylor, 'Warren Walthall. SECOND ROW: Stanley Harding, jack Atkinson, Williain Bryan, Milton Weiss, Billy Beville. THIRD ROW: Louis Brenner, james johnson, Charles Motley, Garnett Haynes, DeWitt Ellis. l Zim Qt. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Snead, Edward Williams, George Euting, Bill Rhoden- hiser, Leland Higginbotham, President, Ray Baker, Bill Councill. SECOND ROW: William Mosely, john Oliver, Charlie Spain, Charlie Morgan, Dick Marable, Leroy Wagstaff. THIRD ROW: Mallory Binns, Stan Lusby, Bob Wyatt, John Emert. FOURTH ROW: Lars Janson, Berkley Garnett, Harold Parker, Roach, Doug Holt, Curtis Holloman. FIFTH ROW: Graham Lester, Thomas Herndon, Linwood Horne, joe Soloman, Emory Trainham, Ed Luttrell, Charles Krause. Ministerial Association The oldest organization on the campus of Rich- mond College, the Ministerial Association, re- sponded again this year to its theme of living "For His name's sake," and has proved its value in the activities of its members and in its efforts to estab- lish a still closer and more brotherly relationship among the thirty-five or more student ministers. Every Friday afternoon, the Association sent a group to the Home for Incurables, carrying on a tradition of service with invalids who appreciate the friendliness of these Christian men. In addi- tion, the Baptist Student Union of Richmond Col- lege, which the Association started last year, ex- tended its work to the point of distributing a few of the copies of The Bazpzirt Student, a m.onthly publication, thus helping to create an interest in the work of the Ministerial Association and the general religious affairs of the campus. Genial Leland Higginbotham, as president, led the Association in one of its most successful years, presenting speakers of high calibre with important messages. Some of them who spoke at the regular bi-monthly meetings were Dr. john R. Sampey, president of the Southern Baptist Seminary at Louisville, Kentucky, Dr. Albert W. Beaven, president of Colgate-Rochester Divinity School, Rochester, New York, President james H. Frank- lin of Crozer Theological Seminary at Chester Pennsylvania, and Rev. Aubrey Hughes, Mr. Faw, and Rev. C. H. Prickett, who spoke on "How To Be a Good Preacherf, The Third Annual Banquet, such a success before, was held in April, when the ministerial students were the guests of the Baptist Ministerial Union of Richmond. The following Sunday eve- ning, student preachers from the campus led the services in churches all over Richmond. This ex- perience is not only helpful to the students, but it strengthens the ties between them and the churches of Richmond. The officers capably assisting President Higgin- botham were: George Euting, Vice-President, Oscar Rhodenhiser, Secretary, jack Manley, Treas- urer, and Ray Baker, Chorister. 7 H1271 'i if Radio Guild Gathering cohorts from every class and course, the University of Richmond Radio Guild has formed a smooth working unit that offers worth while instruction and experience in the art of broadcasting and control work. RADIO GUILD. sEATED: Billy Etheridge, Evelyn Mc- Auley, Harrol Brauer, Mary Grace Scherer, Alex Stern- berg. sTAND1NG: Dick Hague, Mann Lowery, Ann Seay, Lelia Gardner, jesse Tucker, Nancy Scruggs, Donald Robertson, Lois Hester, Dave Greenberg, Reba Booker, Billy Snow, Ruth Hiller, Milton Weiss, Nancy Davis, Vera Levine. Advancing steadily, the Guilders are expanding their scope and now boast of regular Weekly broad- casts, which are aired over station WRNL in the city of Richmond. This year its president, Billy Snow, with the loyal cooperation of Mary Grace Scherer has directed the affairs of the Guild and has been responsible for some excellent programs produced by the students and the faculty. fx ,fa Wesffzampio V1 Coffege f128:l H13 UNIVERSITY PLAYERS. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Abernethy, Shelton Belsches, Reba Booker, Louise Cardoza, Nancy Davis, john Decker, Bill Etheridge. SECOND ROW: Lelia Gardner, Bill Lockey, Phil Mason, L. Oppenheim, Bob Piper, Victor Pregeant, Donald Robertson. THIRD ROW! Mary Grace Scherer, Billy Snow, Alex Sternberg, Harding Thomas, Tom Warriner, George Sadler. The University P layers "Places! Lights! Curtain!" They are the thrilling Words which every actor and actress delights in hearing. They are the exciting words that preceded the three productions of the University Players this year. The first production was the popular comedy, "Room Service" by Kaufman and Hart. The excel- lent cast included Buddy Poteat, Donald Roberson, Bill Lockey, and Betty Muller. The second show of the season was "You Can't Take It With Youf, A superb cast under the inspiring direction of Pro- fessor Alton Williams made this delightful com- edy one of the most successful plays produced on this campus in several years. The excellent cast was composed of Bill Lockey, Ruth Van Ness, Alec Finlayson, Louise Wiley, Donald Roberson, Nancy Davis, Betty Muller, Fred Clarkson, and Billy Snow. The third production of the University Players was the unusual play by Thornton Wilder, "Our Town." It was presented minus scenery and properties in the Greek Theatre in May. Dr. Mc- Danel played the part of the narrator. In addition to these productions the University Players collaborated with Mortar Board and Orni- cron Delta Kappa in sponsoring the "Offensive Revue," a revue of campus talent in April to raise funds for the proposed Social Center Building. "You Can't Take It With You." Sit H1291 asf: jf I ' E 'Elf-Xi' 'el M. X .1 Les Femmes Stwcmtes Les Femmes Savantes, under the leadership of Norma Palmer, president, Janice Lane, secretary, and Dr. Jean G. Wright, sponsor, had as its aim this year the furthering of student interest in the French language. Proceeds from the fashion show held in March went to the aid of Free France. Defense-minded, the members undertook to sell defense stamps at one of the co-eds. One of the largest projects of the club has been to edit the Westhampton College Address Book which has proved most helpful to the student body. The climax of the year was the annual banquet. The custom originated for the purpose of placing the students in a complete French setting with French food and conversation. LES FEMMES SAVANTES. FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIoHT: Ellen Mercer Clark, Alma Rosenbloom, Mary Hoffman, Peggy Clark. SECOND Row: Anne Chambliss, Dorothy Ihnken, Miss Jean Wright, Faculty Advisor, Norma Palmer, President, Maxine Williams, Janice Lane, Lydia Crabtree. THIRD ROW: Peggy Jean Kyle, Virginia Gardner, Grace Norris, Florine Nuckols, Billy Jane Crosby, Anne Fisher, Ada Moss, Anne Burcher. Ndf7.0Wd News Clounci The National News Council has spent this year in an attempt to give the campus a knowledge of the problems facing the nation today and the prob- able methods of solution. Semi-monthly meetings have been held under the leadership of Esther Wendling, president. Cooperating with other organizations of the College the club has sponsored evening forum groups lead by Dr. Susan Lough, Dr. Ralph Mc- Danel and various student groups. Through open- meetings, the club has given to the college the benefit of its speakers and discussions on national happenings. One meeting was spent in listening to the first fireside chat to the nation made by the President after the declaration of war. Interest in defense savings stamps was fostered by a poster showing the growth in sales on the campus. NATIONAL NEWS COUNCIL. IfIRsT ROW", LEFT TO RIQHT: Phyllis Smethurst, Rosellen Hoffman, Anne Chambliss. sEcoNIJ Row: Mar- guerite Shell, Betty Norwood, Esther Wendling, Presidentg Louise Wiley, Barbara Fuller. THIRD ROW: Betty MacMurtry, Lila Wicker, Helen Herrink, Reba Booker, Jean Hood, Jimmy Franklin, Jayne Maire, Anne Oakes. ETA SIGMA PHI. LEFT TO RIGHT: Clarine Cunningham, President, Miss Pauline Turnbull, Faculty Ad- visor, Rosalie Clary, june Hargrove, Louise Cardozo, May Thayer, Ethne Flanagan, Janice Lane. Eta Sigma Pfzi The Beta Gamma Chapter of Eta Sigma Phi was established at Westluampton in May, 1940. The pur- pose of this club is to recognize and stimulate an inter- est in the classics. In September the organization sponsored a tour of Richmond for the benefit of out-of-town girls. A Christmas tea was held at the home of Dean Keller and Miss Pauline Turnbull to which were invited all female students of the fourth year Latin in the high schools of Richmond and Westhampton Latin students. The chap- ter will continue to present the Eta Sigma Phi medal for honors in fourth year high school Latin to arouse inter- est in classical work. A public tapping ceremony, fol- lowed later by an initiation, occurred in February. In May the club put on a radio program, giving a choral reading of Aeistophaues's Frogs. President for this year was Clarine Cunningham. Debate Counci The Debate Council, having as its purpose an in- creased interest in forensic activity on the campus, forms its membership from a class in argumentation originated last year. To be eligible, a student must par- ticipate in at least one inter-collegiate debate. Heading the Council were Evelyn McAuley, president, and Ruth Phillips, manager. Miss Margaret Ross was faculty sponsor and instructor. Wfesthampton teams, meeting West Virginia Uni- versity, University of North Carolina, University of South Carolina, William and Mary, and others, argued the national Pi Kappa Delta question, Resolved: That the nations form a federation to establish the Roosevelt- Churchill eight points. Wfith renewed emphasis on the panel discussion, the Debate Council provided two chapel programs con- sidering the eight points and the transference of Mac- Arthur from the Philippines. Similar informal talks on timely subjects were conducted before various organiza- tions during the year. . M.. RIGHT: Evelyn McAuley, President Grace Norris, Clarine Cunningham McDonough. DEBATE COUNCIL. LEFT TO Betty Sessler, Ethne Flanagan, Lucy Interzfzczfionaf Refaffons Cfufv The International Relations Club has become one of the most essential on the campus with the advent of war. It has endeavored to know the world we live in and thus to better understand the world situation. In the monthly meetings there has been a study made of war progress and the vital countries involved. Members of the club gave a panel discussion for the Sandston Won1en's Club on the subject of "The East and The Mrs. Spear, a former resident of South America, spoke to the club on South America and the newer aspects of the good neighbor program. Thursday evening forums on world events were lead by members of the club. Semi-annually the Carnegie Institute for World Peace presents a group of books to the Inter- national Relations Clubs. These are reviewed and dis- cussed by the club and are then presented to the library. EL PICARO. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rhoda Goodman, Pamela Carpenter, Kathleen Sanderson, Betty Ann Richards, Mildred Cox. sIscoND Row: Doris Colley, Ruth Stern, I-Ielen Herrink, Ruth Phillips, Lillian Jung, President, Ilse Schott, Ada Moss. THIRD Row: Louise I-Iall, Virginia Parker. El Pica ro Ever since its foundation, El Picaro, the Spanish Club at Westliampton, has encouraged interest in the Span- ish language and customs among the students. The bi-weekly meetings, presided over by President Lillian Jung, have included book reviews, song pro- grams, work periods, and rehearsals. In the dormitory, members have carried the spirit beyond the limits of the meetings by having one table in the dining room at which only Spanish is spoken. The principal activity of the year was the celebration in April, of Pan-American Week with lectures, forums, songs, and dances. Heading El Picaro this year were Lillian Jung, Pres- identg Ada Moss, Vice-president, Ruth Phillips, Secre- tary, Ilse Schott, Treasurer, and Miss Esther Sylvia, Faculty Advisor. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ruth Stern, Dolly Dorsey, Louise Wiley', Frances Calisch. sI3coND Row: Anne Chambliss, Pepper Gardner, Mauguerite Shell, Iayne Maire. President, Barbara Iiuller, Norma Palmer, Lila Wicker. THIRD ROXVZ Laura jenkins, Nancy Davis, Ruth Phillips, Eunice Bass, Mary Louise Duval, Betty Anne Petzinger, Mary Lee Smith. NOSTRAE FILIAE. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Woodward, Anne Gordon, Helen Barnes. SEC- OND ROW: Ethel DuVal, Mary Campbell, Pamela Carpenter, Mary Louise DuVal, Barbara Krug, Anne Arwood, Ethne Flanagan. THIRD ROW: jeanice johnson, Frances Beazley, Louise Wiley, Anne Clarke, Shirley Huxter. Nosfrae Ffffcze Those girls whose mother, aunt, or grandmother attended the Richmond Female Institute, or the Women's College are members of this organiza- tion of Westhampton College. In the Alumnae Room in the Women's Activities Building hangs an illuminated scroll presented to the organization by the Alumnae at a formal dinner last year. It bears the motto "That Gur Daughters may be as the Polished Corners of the Templef, To start the year, members of Nostrae Filiae were entertained at a formal dinner given by the Alumnae at a buffet supper. In turn, the Club en- tertained -the alumnae and the mothers of the pres- ent members at a tea on May 6. To aid the alumnae in raising a scholarship fund, the members spon- sored a sale of stationery in the book shop. The officers for this year were: Mary Louise DuVal, President, and Frances Beazley, Secretary- Treasurer. Tfze W71'1'terS i C Ending its third year on the Westhampton Cam- pus, the Writers' Club, under the sponsorship of Miss Caroline S. Lutz, Professor of English, has completed one of its most successful years. The Club strives to promote an interest in crea- tive Writing and to develop the writing ability of the student body. Meeting semi-monthly, each member reads some piece which she has written, and hears criti- cism upon it from other members of the Club. This year, the club has conducted several chapel programs and has contributed a great deal to the monthly publication, The Merrezzger. Lucy McDonough was this yearls president, and Louise Wiley was secretary-treasurer. . WRITERS' CLUB. LEFT TO RIGHT: Anne Oakes, Nancy Masters, Clarine Cunningham, Louise Wiley, Mary Grace Scherer, Lucy McDonough, Presidentg Anne Byrd Tucker, Elaine Barrett, Harriet Lewis, Lila Wicker. Puppet Cifub New on the campus this year, the Puppet Club has taken over the activities of the puppet class which was omitted from the curriculum this year. Including in its membership, those who are interested in the work centered around building and producing marionettes and puppet shows, the new organization has completed an unusually active season, under the leadership of Evelyn McAuley, President, Jimmy Franklin, Secre- tary-treasurer, and Miss Caroline Lutz, faculty advisor. The first term was devoted to fixing up the work shop as an exhibit of the various kinds of puppet work so that all the students could enjoy and become familiar with marionettes. At Christmas and during tthe May Day exercises, the Puppet Club contributed its talent, setting up an impressive nativity scene in the Social Center Building and presenting a Punch and Judy show in the spring. IQNIAN MUSIC CLUB. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Evangeline Zeh- mer, Margaret McPherson, Emmy Lou Fountain, Frances Beazley, T Frances Kennard, Lowaita Rowland, Anne Gwaltney, President, Louise , Wiley. sTAND1No: Louise Hall, Dagmar Jacobsen, Marie Thomas, Ansley Hulfish. Iozfzicm MUS7.C To promote a wider and better appreciation of music among students at Westhampton is the aim of the Ionian Music Club. The club was led this year by Anne Gwaltney, President, and Mrs. F. Flaxington Harker, advisor. The club has sponsored a series of monthly concerts at which the members of the organization performed. This year, the members of the Ionian Music Club sponsored two senior concerts. The first, a vocal recital by Dagmar Jacobsen, was held on March 6. The second, a recital by Anne Gwaltney, was held on April 10. The most successful function of the year was an evening of ensemble music presented by the advanced and beginners classes in ensemble music on March 27. The program traced the evolution of music from the classics to the modern music of today. The program in- cluded two piano duets. and string ensemble music. PUPPET CLUB. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Allene Jones, Betty Mac- Murtry, Jimmy Franklin, Jean Hood. sTAND1No: Virginia Mayo, Evelyn McAuley, President, Louise Hall, Mary Hoffman. BIOLOGY CLUB. FIRST RoW: Ann Arwood, Evelyn Flax, Frances Ellis, Mildred Slavin, Ann Frank, president, Alys d'Avesne, Bill Bruch, Evelyn Cosby, Jane Blake. SECOND ROW: Mary Elder, Harriet Schaeffer, Dot Quinn, LaVerne Priddy, Ethel Levine, Puff Poteat, Reba Booker, Margie Peple. THIRD ROW: Kay Sanderson, Margaret Kalajian, Margie Wilson, Lucy Garnett, Allene jones, Peggie Vicars, Jimmie Franklin, Doro- thy Dill. FOURTH ROW: jean Ramkey, Kay Weber, Esther Wendling, johnny Gordon, Dr. Myers, Tiny George, George Cox. FIFTH ROW: Bernard Cline, Bill Macllwaine, Alvin Long, Mann Lowery. Bfofogy With National Defense one of the most outstanding factors in our present day living, Tri Beta here at Rich- mond has adopted for its theme "Biology and Defense." Aside from the more obvious purpose of work in bio- logical fields contributing to better health and conse- quently better morale, the group is emphasizing other factors such as the care and importance of animals and following lines of research which will lead to the maxi- mum output of food and farm products. The first definite step, however, has been in sponsor- ing a Red Cross First Aid class, supervised by a National Red Cross Instructor, for the University of Richmond. In the spring the club presented a Biology-Chemistry Show in conjunction with the Chemistry Club. Appara- tus, displays, and charts represented to the public some of the work done in the biological field. Ckemfsfry The Chemistry Club was organized in 1950. Its purposes are to further interest in Chemistry, to recognize those students who have shown ability and interest in Chemistry, and to promote more intimate relations between the students of chem- istry at the University of Richmond. Every other year the Chemistry and Biology Clubs cooperate in giving a Chemistry-Biology Open House. These have proved to be interesting, instructive, and amusing to all who have partici- pated in or attended them. This year the show will be in a serious view with the Chemistry Club try- ing to demonstrate the part that Chemistry is taking to help our country. 1 gms . , ROW: Dr. Ryland, Tom Green, George Cox, Billy Bingham, Walter Haden, Mann Lowery, Dr. Pierce. sFcoND ROXVZ Eve- lyn Cosby, Tommy Williams, Robert Gano, Dorothy Dill, Ethel Levine, Catherine Hoover. THIRD ROW: Owen Gwathmey, Hugh Keyser, Wfillis Holland, Dick Williams, Ephraim Stein- berg. FOURTH Row: Charles Wingo, Bob Phillips, Haywood Willis, Bob Piper, Robert Mur- phy. CHEMISTRY CLUB. FIRST Spi ers in Action Tfmf job of Unpacking mg, A Ie1'11m2rZ,f for flue jzznim' Prom A11 1114121111 if Smfjverf H1361 Cfzwpzzy' Phofogmpfawf Ruff Pifkef Befiy Bfy'5 Olive INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL. LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP ROW: joe Amrhein, Robert Black, Ed Brooks, john Fitzgerald, Guy Friddell, Ellis George, Aylette Goode. SECOND Row: Emmett Hubbard, Bert jones, Ralph Kinsey, Dick Klaffky, Edward Klein, Douglas Laird, Vernon Lankford. BOTTOM ROW: Ed Luttrell, Bill Metzger, Bert Milling, Steve Mitchell, Ben Rouzie, Dick Thistlethwaite, Stanley Watts. lnterfraternity ounoi With fraternity activities assuming more signifi- cant importance an urgent need was felt for a uni- fying and cooperative association to bind the fra- ternities together. Thus in 1914 the Greek letter social fraternities organized themselves into the body known as the Interfraternity Council. The Council is made up of two members from each fraternity, headed by Dr. Ralph C. McDanel, president and Fred M. Caylor, secretary-treasurer. In accord with the original purpose of the Coun- cil, fraternity problems that arise are discussed and suggestions and solutions for better methods are offered. The first work of the Interfraternity Council each year is the discussion of "rushing" difficulties encountered by the various fraternities and the altering of many by-laws to solve these problems. Intramural athletics were carried out very suc- cessfully this past season. Phi Gamma Delta won the cup given for accumulating the greatest num- ber of points in all intramural sports. Phi Alpha was the recipient of the scholarship cup for the third successive year and thus gained the right of having permanent possession of the trophy. This year the group was represented by Ralph Kinsey and Mr. Caylor at the national convention which was held in New York. The outstanding functions of the Council are the sponsoring of three sets of dances and "Inter- fraternity Week." Aylette Goode, chairman of the dance committee, was responsible for the success of the former by bringing some "name bandsn to the campus. i137:l Kappa fir .' li . Hi? . iii V J' 9 NI ' T?5?g'1myigEa 'X XDIQCQA , if 'mfg'-S, f ' 'ix X , X P3Aff'1 2lE3vkFfTaQT5M?ii December 21, 1865 marks the founding of the Kappa Alpha Order at Washington College, known today as Washington and Lee University. On March 18, 1870, Kappa Alpha raised its banners on the University of Richmond campus. Although Kappa Alpha has been in existence only seventy-seven years, it has grown to a national organ- ization of 69 chapters, found only over the territory south of the Mason-Dixon Line. The fraternity is repre- sented in all the southern and western states from the waters of the Atlantic to the Golden Gate, except Ari- zona and Nevada. Eta began the year in fine style by coming through the terrific strain of rush season with thirteen new men. Numerous social functions, the Alumni banquet and dance at the John Marshall Hotel being prime among them, were given throughout the fall and winter. The Spring Formal, which came in April, was the outstand- ing social event of the year. A swell house party in June brought the successful year to a close. Under the leadership of Vernon Lankford the chap- ter participated in many campus activities. Lankford started the ball rolling by being elected to Omicron Delta Kappa and later Phi Beta Kappa. During the year he served as President of the Y.M.C.A. cabinet and Treasurer of Student Government. Others deserving mention are Tom Williams, who was Business Manager of the Collegian and the Spioier Hamibook, and Bob Black, Business Manager of the MEfJ6lZg61", manager of Track and President of Pi Delta Epsilon. Alton Howell, who captained the Tennis Team and directed the Glee Club, was elected to succeed Lankford as Student Government treasurer. With the election of Fitchett Dix as president, the fraternity looks forward to another successful year. KAPPA ALPHA. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Armstrong, Ballard, Barnett, R. Barnett, Black, Cline, Cox. SECOND ROW: Croxton, Curtis, Dix, Fore, Gayle, Hatcher, Howell. THIRD ROW: jones, Keefer, King, Knox, Lankford, Mann, Mattox. FOURTH ROW: Pusey, Taylor, Turner, Walke, Williams, Wooten, Wright. i158l Rams I ,mm 'aww Iaum RR I ws 'YRSI 'NNY W EQ i S WZ 'Nl 'awww , .wwwas , sa., , UPPER LEFT: Pa, Ma, and the Quints. UPPER RIGHT: Ping Pong in the Frat Room. LOWER RIGHT: Fun on the House WMM Party. LOWER LEFT: KA's Go To Class, Too. KAPPA ALPHA ORDER EOUNDED AT WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY, DECEMBER 21, 1865 COLORS: Crimson and Old Gold FLOWERS: Magnolia and Rose PUBLICATION: Kappa Alpha journal ETA CHAPTER FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, MARCH 18, 1870 ERATRES IN EACULTATE Rueben Edward Alley, B.S., Benjamin Clark Holtzclaw, Ph. D. Robert Collins Astrop, M.A. George Matthews Modlin, Ph. D. james Harmon Barnett, jr., LL.D. Malcolm U. Pitt, B.A. Clam of 1942 Robert S. Black Bernard G. Cline George E. Cox Vernon T. Lankford Thomas N. Williams William Samuel Cudlipp, jr., LL.D. ERATRES IN COLLEGIO Clary 0f1945 James H. Barnett, I Fitchett T. Dix john Gayle J. Edward Grigg Alton L. Howell Thomas E. King Alfred M. Wheeler f. l159l Clary of 1944 Thomas W. Armstrong Thomas Curtis P. Winfree Fore, james Hatcher Thomas Knox Randolph Turner Roger Walke Richard Williams john Xwyalt, Ill CMU 0f1945 Leonard Ballard Richard Barnett David Keefer Frank Mann Deitrick Taylor Oscar Wooten Theta .ZW ,- .1v a ,nr.7:,, J 1 .-:HRX R I' li tt- gf 2 I 41171 'V ' This year Theta Chi has added to its motto. Before December 7, 1941 our watchword was: "Alma Mater iirst, and Theta Chi for Alma Mater." Now we stand "Theta Chi for Alma Mater, and Alma Mater for the U.S.A." In accordance with the nation-wide effort, Theta Chi was the hrst to organize voluntarily a physical fitness program. Every morning at seven Fred Clarksonys bugle tumbles fourteen sleepy brothers out of bed for setting up exercises and a pajama-clad jog down to the lake and back. Good exercise and better appetites have built up on an average of five pounds per man of good anti-Jap material. In campus activities the fraternity has been fortunate. Bill Etheridge as president of the Players, Bill Bing- ham as president of the Chemistry Club, Tom Warriner as editor of the Collegian, and Allister MacKenzie as Richmond College editor of the Mefrezzger and vice- president of Student Government are only a few of the key campus posts falling lot to the men of Roselawn Road. Athletically Courtney Lawler, Max Walker, and Bingham all played outstanding varsity games. Theta Chi will always be proud of its Mothers' Club. This year the group, besides making numerous ad- ditions to the house, organized a committee to contact brothers who have entered the armed forces-not the least of whom is Dan Birchett, who now has not only a gun but a pretty young wife. On April 10-11 the third and biggest Mason-Dixon jubilee was held at the john Marshall, with delegates from Hampden-Sydney, Virginia, and Maryland flock- ing to the get-to-gether. At the banquet it was an- nounced that Theti Chi led all other fraternities on the campus in scholarship for the first semester. THETA CHI. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: Atkinson, Belsches. Bingham, Bradley, Branch, Clarke, Clarkson, Cotten, Cox. SECOND ROW: Davis, Ellis, Etheridge, Friddell, Gindhart, Harper, Heflin, Higinbotham. THIRD ROW: Huneycutt, Keppler, Lawler, Lockey, MacKenzie, Magee, Martin, Perkins, Phipps. FOURTH ROW: Sagendorf, Seymour, Smith, Snead, Steigleder Taliaferro, Thomas, Trotter. FIFTH ROW: Vaughan, Velenovsky, Walker, Walthall, Warriner, Waters, Williams, Wright 7 7 f140J Clam of 1942 S. T. Belsches William Bingham T. D. Birchett Robert Cotten William Etheridge William HeHin Harding Thomas Charles Walthall T. E. Warriner, jr Clary of 1943 Fred Clarkson William Davis Guy Pfiddeii ff sg UPPER LEFT: What's Etheridge collecting? RIGHT: Supervising the job. LOWER LEFT: jackson brings the vitamins. THETA CHI FOUNDED AT NORWICH UNIVERSITY, 1856 COLORS: Red and White FLOWER: Carnation PUBLICATION: The Rattle QMICRON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, 1915 F RATRES IN COLLEGIO james Huneycutt B. G. Lamm A. MacKenzie Horace Perkins R. P. Williams Beverly Winston Clam of 1944 Garland Clarke Pierce Ellis Fred Gindhart Don Higginbotham Phillip Keppler Courtney Lawler William Lockey George Oliver William Phipps William Smith Judson Snead William Trotter jack Vaughn Max Walker L. Waters Clam of 1 945 Newton Ancarrow I. H. Atkinson Robert Bradley David Branch Barney Brown Courtney Carter Powhatan Cox Richard Gorman F. Harper Ben Magee Bruce Martin Allen Oglesby jack Sagendorf Morse Seymour William Sinclair H. Steigleder H. Taliaferro Pat Velenosky Roscoe Wright Thomas Zava Kappa igma A i l 'qw-1 -.- --.w -'y X' Hfail'-ia13i12:l-ills,1'1"f 1, gi,fl"j" sifgx, ,gill 51 l" i:f:"ilfE'ff:!1 S 11,fi.1,it!aIs!i.fi1I 4, ,f gi f' 4.5. . b.9f" November 29, 1941 was indeed a dark day in the history of Kappa Sigma. On that day William Grigsby McCormick, last survivor of the five young men who founded the fraternity at the University of Virginia on December 10, 1869, passed away. Once when giving an interview the beloved founder remarked that the Kappa Sigma ideal was "Good fellows, good company, good manners, good morals, and bright minds, full of spirits and all in for a good time." Beta Beta Chapter, which was instituted at the University of Richmond on March 5, 1901, has always upheld this ideal. The fraternity as a whole has grown considerably until it now has 109 active chapters. The Kappa Sigs were prominent in many-extra-cur- ticular activities. In varsity and freshman football the chapter was well represented. Warren Pace was elected co-captain for the coming year and Dick Fisher won a berth on the All-State Freshman team. Dick Thistleth- waite held down a regular berth on the varsity basket- ball squad. In intramural sports Harvey Pinger and Ray Hare were elected to the All-Star Touch Football Team. Gordon ReMine, who played varsity football and was prominent in campus organizations was elected to Omi- cron Delta Kappa. Politically, Thistlethwaite was Presi- dent of the Junior Class, Tommy Hughes, Secretary of the Sophomore Class, and john Gleason, President of the Freshman Class. Bert Milling, captain of the football team and stu- dent athletic representative, was president of the fra- ternity for the year. The Social Committee did its work well and the an- nual barn dance, held in November, was a great suc- cess. Throughout the fall informal Sunday afternoon gatherings were held for the boys and their dates. Numerous house dances were given in the spring and climaxed by a three-day house party just before finals. KAPPA SIGMA. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: Bricker, Bruch, Buford, Dudley, Edwards, Fisher, Gentry. SECOND Row: Gleason, P. Graham, XV. Graham, Hare, Hough, Hubbard, Hughes. THIRD ROW: Kent, Keyser, Knipe, McClaren, Milling, Moore, Nichols. FOURTH ROW: Pace, Pinger, ReMine, Satterwhite, Snead, Thistlethwaite, Williams. 11421 P Q- Y 'X .fi baiahlwf Ralph C. McDanel Clair of 1942 William Bruch Mac Hough Sydney Knipe Bert Milling Gordon ReMine Ioe Wiggins Pass M UPPER LEFT: "Football Days." UPPER RIGHT: "Welcome Pledge Bricker." LOWER LEFT: "Well make it." LOWER RIGHT: "President Milling." KAPPA SIGMA FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, 1s69 COLORS: Scarlet, Green, and White FLOWER: Lily of the Valley PUBLICATIONS: The Caduceus, The Star and Crescent BETA BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED AT UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND ERATRES IN EACULTATE Edward C. Peple William L. Prince Charles H. Wheeler Sidney Matthews FRATRIIS IN COLLEGIO CMU of 1943 CMJ! of 1944 Clair of 1945 jack Dudley Charles Buford Ned Bane I. R. Foster R. Edwards E. BfiCk6f William Gentry Paul Graham Robert Egan William Graham Ray Hare Rifhard F1ShCf Hugh Keyser Warren Pace Harry Snead Richard Thistlethwaite James Hubbard Thomas Hughes Iohn Madigan Samuel McClaren Thomas Nichols Harvey Pinger William Satterwhite Gordon Thurston Mac Williams T1-433 john Gleason Robert Kent H. Moore jack Wilbourne ambcla Alpha auddill Cmqs vs'GNu1wZf""-' f ,J ' x IN J-"QQ We 57 S lx 5 a s ' " lkligta fs u AHPHJQ Awe Although one of the youngest fraternities, being founded November 9, 1909 at Boston University, Lambda Chi Alpha has grown until it is now an inter- national fraternity and the third largest national fra- ternity. Alpha Chi Chapter was organized at the Uni- versity of Richmond May 8, 1918. ' In October the chapter moved into the former Alpha Delta house on the hill at the head of the lake. Mrs. R. A. Rhodes was secured as housemother. Lambda Chi was represented on the gridiron by first-stringers Joe Amrhein, Frank Baker, and john Griffin, all letter men. House dances with 'good hot vic-music and plenty of punch and cakes and occasional cabin parties on the river helped keep the boys socially trim for the fall and winter months. Wlmen war was declared in December, Bill Finnegan was the first R. C. man to volunteer, choosing the Navy. Two thousand dollars of the chapter's was put into defense bonds within the month. Chapter elections held in February revealed Addison Dalton as president for the coming year. Emmett Hub- bard was retiring High Alpha. Spring-and the Lambda Chis soon had built a bad- minton court on the side yard of the house and secured a ping pong table for the porch. "Long John" Griffin was a pretty big credit to the 1942 Track Team of which Stuart Covey, Warren Waltliall, and Charlie Kingery were managers. On the last week-end in May the fraternity's twenty- fourth year on the campus was rounded off with a swell house party at Fairview. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: john Amrhein, joseph Amrhein, Baker, Bareford, Baughan, Covey. SECOND Row: Culyer, Dalton, Filer, Finnegan, Griffin, Hall. THIRD ROW: Hubbard, Kellison, Kingery, Miller, Walthall, Taylor, Wright. 51441 C Cffm of 1942 I. A. Amrhein J. L. Amrhein Frank Baker A. R. Baughan John Grifhn E. L. Hubbard W. E. Miller William Taylor UPPER LEFT: Sitting this one out. UPPER RIGHT: Dance Partners. LOWER RIGHT: The Christmas Party. LOWER RI LAMBDA CHI ALPHA FOUNDED AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY, NOVEMBER 9, 1909 COLORS: Purple, Green and Gold FLOWER: White Rose PUBLICATION: Cross and Crescent, Virginian ALPHA CHI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED AT Tl-IE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, MAY FRATRES IN FACULTATE Woodford B. Hackley Rolvix Harlan William T. Muse Raymond B. Pinchbeck Samuel W. Stevenson FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Cfays of 1943 William Bareford F. S. Covey H. A. Dalton Robert Filer William Finnegan J. B. Kellison f145l Clary of 1944 C. S. Brandon Robert Culyer C. G. Hall W. W. Walthall R. S. Wright S, 1919 Class of 1945 Charles Kingery Carroll Richard GHT: Brother Moody Pi Kappa Alpha f f , if PP Kd 42 .- I fgfgxc sig' XX S--ef 'N This was the fiftieth year since Pi Kappa Alpha first established Omicron Chapter at Richmond College, and despite the loss of several men due to the war, it has been a good year for Omicron. Thirteen new men donned the Pi pledge pin at the end of rush season, and another in February. When the turmoil and the shouting died, the chapter went to work in earnest, and won recognition in many fields. Ed Brooks served on the Student Senate, and Bill Macllwaine was the President of the Sophomore Class, the arch-enemy of all Freshmen. In the Spring elections, Ed Luttrell was elected to the Board of Publications, while Macllwaine followed Brooks into the Senate. Carl Dvorschak was elected to Beta Beta Beta, national bio- logical fraternity. joe Mack represented the chapter on the football team, while Captain-elect "Swede" Erickson did Trojan work on the hardwood court. Besides his basketball, "Sweden pitched for the softball team as usual in intra- murals. The highlights of the year, though, were the three large social functions. On the Saturday following Thanksgiving, the chapter was host to some thirteen hundred guests at the annual All-State Ball. Campus leaders past and present, representatives of the six other chapters in the district, and the alumni in Richmond were all present. In the spring came the Fiftieth Anni- versary Banquet, which was attended by many promi- nent members of the fraternity. This was a gala func- tion, presaging the National Convention to which Omi- cron is soon to be host. Last, but far from least, came the annual house party which immediately followed Finals. Throughout the year there were various other social functions of lesser importance including visits to dances given by nearby chapters. PI KAPPA ALPHA. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: Adams, Barnes, Brooks, C. Burnett, M. Burnette. sEcoND Row: Cash, Dunnavant, Dvorschak, Erickson, Flannagan, Gates. THIRD ROW: Hague, Holloman, Lowery, Luttrell, Mack, Macllwaine. FOURTH ROW: McClanahan, Peters, Read, Shepherd, Young. If146l FRATRES IN COLLEGIO . ' "'- 1 2 UPPER LEFT: Lots of help. UPPER RIGHT: Assume the Angle! LOWER LEFT: A quiet evening at home LOWER RIGHT: Carload of Pikas. PI KAPPA ALPHA FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, MARCH 1, 1868 OMICRON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED AT UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, OCTOBER 25, 1891 COLORS: Garnet and Gold FLOWER: Lily of the Valley PUBLICATIONS: Shield and Diamond, Dagger and Key Clays of 1942 Edward Brooks Melvin Burnette Joseph Mack james L. Peters Clary of 1943 H. Barnes Carl Dvorschak Robert Erickson Claw of 1944 J. B. Adams C. F. Burnette Allen Flannagan H. C. Holloman Richard Lowery Edward Luttrell B. McClanahan William Macllwaine john L. Read I 147 I Clays 0f1945 G. W. Barrett L. M. Cash Robert Dunnavant Jack Fields A. P. Gates Richard Hague William Ludlam F. D. Shepherd H. W. Young i ma Alpha Epsilon 2 , 05 Kg Q 'A " 3. fx. - . . Qu , I f ' .' 4. The annual Founders Day Banquet and Ball, given in the Virginia Room of the John Marshall Hotel, featured a banner year for Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Mem- bers of SAE, its alumni, and friends celebrated the founding of the brotherhood, largest social Greek fra- ternity in this country, in 1856 and established at the University of Richmond in 1884. Around three hundred people swayed to the rhythm of the Southern Serenaders. Although the banquet and ball in March highlighted the year, the SAE's enjoyed a number of informal out- ings that ended with the annual house party at Stingray Point in june. just before Christmas, the Va. Tau Chapter entertained twenty underprivileged children with a movie, dinner, a Christmas tree, and presents. In April the chapter's seniors were honored with a banquet and dance. This was begun last year and has been successful enough to warrant its becoming an an- nual affair. The members and pledges of SAE took part in just about all the campus organizations and societies. The fraternity finished on top in their league in touchball, basketball, and volleyball, but, plagued by a jinx they lost every playoff. The bowling team was outstanding and the softball team, as yet untried, gives promise of being among the best. Dick Klaffky was Eminent Archon of the Richmond Chapter during the first semester. Dick proved to be a real leader, and his hard work gave us one of the best rushing seasons in history. Dick Ankers took over the reigns for the second semester and provided a capable administration, reaching its peak in the Founders Day Banquet and Ball. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Ankers, Baker, Balderson, Batten, Baylor, Brauer, Butler, Coats. SECOND ROW: Cole, Coulter, DiVico, Endicott, Fitzgerald, johnson, jones, Kessler. THIRD ROW: Klaffky, Laurinaitis, Law- rence, Loomer, Lumpkin, Malay, Matthews, A. Miller. FOURTH ROW: W. Miller, Mills, Mooney, Motley, Nichols, Phillips, Pohlig, Powell. FIFTH Row: Price, Reid, Roberson, Robinson, Rose, Sampayo, Walker, Zuber. 51483 A Clary of 1942 Richard Ankers Livingston Batten Harrol Brauer Louis DiVico Richard Klaffky Alvin Miller Robert Phillips William Roberson I!! UPPER LEFT: Founders' Day Ball. UPPER RIGHT: Cabin Party Cruise. LOWER LEET: Phi Beta Kappa??? LOWER RIGHT: Capt. "Shakespeare" holding practice. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, 1856 COLORS: Old Gold and Royal Purple FLOWER: Violet PUBLICATION! The Record VIRGINIA TAU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED AT UNIVERSITY OE RICHMOND, 1894 REESTABLISHED AT UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, 1938 FRATRES IN EACULTATE C. Leonard Albright Robert E. Gaines Herman P, Thomas Clary of 1943 Joseph Balderson Marvin Cole J. Fitzgerald Cecil Jones Earnest Mooney R. Nichols Oscar Pohlig Harvey Price FRATRES IN COLLEGIO john Rose Hector Sampayo Clary of 1944 Raymond Adams Richard Baylor Henry Butler R. Coulter Robert Lawrence I149l f' F, as Wilbur Kessler Cofer Loomer Robert Lumpkin R. Malay C. Matthews Charles Motley Robert Powell Herbert Reid William Robinson Charles Walker Sigma Phi Epsilon --" Cf! f . I . GW ol r X25 ' Z ' . Virginia Alpha of Sigma Phi Epsilon celebrated on November 1, 1941, her fortieth anniversary-forty years during which she has contributed greatly to the traditions of Richmond College. The very founding of Sigma Phi Epsilon on November 1, 1901, constitutes a part of that tradition, it being the only national fra- ternity which has had its start on the Richmond College Campus. In celebration of the anniversary, Virginia Alpha climaxed her contribution to the college tradition by leading the way and purchasing 353,000 worth of de- fense bonds, thereby becoming the first fraternity on the campus to contribute financially to the war effort. Presi- dent Boatwright, in commending the fraternity, cited her policy as one which might well be followed by other fraternities. The year was opened with a well organized rush pro- gram and results showed the pledging of sixteen new men. Following rushing the Sig Eps enjoyed a series of social functions, including many informal dances, smokers, cabin parties, and 'possum hunts. The social season was highlighted by the New Year's Eve party and the traditional Spring Formal. A high scholastic standard was attained with almost fifty per cent of the initiates making the Deanis List. The chapter, this year as in the past, has furnished its share of leaders on the campus. Ralph Kinsey, presi- dent of the chapter, served as Secretary of Student Government, and President of Alpha Mu Omicron. Ben Rouzie was representative to the Board of Publi- cations. Bill Garvey has established himself as the "Campus Photographerf' With the present situation as it is, Sigma Phi Epsilon will stand true to her tradition by furnishing money, man-power, or any other facilities. SIGMA PHI EPSILON. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: Barr, Betts, Bristow, Burton, Clarke, Crump. sEcoND Row: Eppes, Gano, Garvey, Gatten, Hill, Hudson, jewett. THIRD Row: King, Kinsey, Lumsden, Mardan, Michelle, Mylius. FOURTH ROW: Pregeant, Roberts, Rouzie, Schools, Sease, Tucker, Tutwiler. H501 I My 1 Q0'Nx 'X UPPER LEFT: Ah, Sweet Spring! LOWER LEFT: Victim of a defense gym class. UPPER RIGHT: Pledge work for Pres. LOWER RIGHT: Watch out there, Pledges. Clan of 1942 N. W. Betts Braxton Hill Ralph Kinsey Robert Sease Clary of 1943 R. G. Barr W. W. Burton SIGMA PHI EPSILON POUNDED AT RICHMOND COLLEGE, NOVEMBER i, 1901 VIRGINIA ALPHA CHAPTER COLORS: Royal Purple and Red FLOWER: American Beauty Rose PUBLICATION: The Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Robert Gano Harvey Hudson V. M. Lumsden Victor Prageant J. A. Schools Clary of 1944 William E. Bristow Edward Eppes I15lI W. D. Garvey E. Gatten Ben Rouzie Clay! of 1945 Roland Anderton Walter Clarke Thad Crump Jerry Iewett W. C. King Ben Leonard Omar Mardan P. B. Michelle C. W. Mylius Leslie Reid Lucien Roberts jesse Tucker K. Tutwiler john Williams P ln Alpha E ' I QA X ss NN Rho chapter of Phi Alpha was installed on the Rich- mond College campus seventeen years ago. On February 6, 1925, a group of students who wished to be bound together for social as well as scholastic inducements, founded the chapter. This was eleven years after the founding of the National Fraternity at George Wash- ington University. With the opening of the University in September, Phi Alpha moved into its new home on Three Chopt Road. This marked the horizon of a new era in Phi Alpha fraternity life. One of the first social functions in the house was the initial Harlequin Club dance of the year. It was probably this added responsibility and feeling of achievement that caused the fraternity to exert its utmost in attaining the Founders' Cup. This cup is awarded annually to the best Phi Alpha Chapter and Rho was successful in winning it this year. The Intra- fraternity Scholarship Cup also found its way to the Phi Alpha house for the seventh time, giving the chap- ter the second leg on the third cup. The men of Phi Alpha celebrated their first annual Southern Jubilee at the Richmond Hotel February 20-21. Although small in number, the members have dis- tinguished themselves on the campus. Eddie Klein, Grand Regent, was also President of the Senior Class. Bay Jacobs, Stan Watts, and Joe Michaelson were elected to the Chemistry Club. The fraternity was rep- resented by Watts, lacobs, and Melvin Lubman on the varsity football team, and Watts and lacobs on the basketball team. Len Kantor, the hero of the freshman baseball team last year was on the varsity squad. PHI ALPHA. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: Barney, Fisch, Friedenberg, Imburg, A. Jacobs, B. Jacobs, Kantor. sEcoND Row: Klein, Lovenstein, Lubman, Michaelson, Mitler, Phillips, Rolfe. THIRD ROW: Russinoff, Schreiberg, Spahn, Steinberg, Watts, Yoffy 51523 UPPER LEFT: B Clary of 1942 Edward Klein I. Lovenstein Eli Schreiberg E. Steinberg "5 I e careful with the ax. UPPER RIGHT: Oh. that Rat Parade. LOXVER RIGHT: Jacobs in hot water. LOWER LEFT: Phi Alpha Home. PHI ALPHA EOUNDED AT GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, OCTOBER 14, 1914 COLORS: Reed and Blue FLOWER: American Beauty Rose PUBLICATIONS: Phi Alpha Bulletin, Phi Alpha Quarterly RHO CHAPTER ESTABLISHED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, FEBRUARY 6, 191-4 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Abe I. Whitten, Ph.D. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Clary of 1943 Alex Jacobs Joseph Michaelson Gordon Phillips Philip Spahn Stanley Watts 51531 Clays of 1944 Philip Barney H. Feinberg Donald Flax M. Freidenberg Alvin Jacobs Leonard Kantor Melvin Lubman Cfajis' of 1945 Jack Fine Benjamin Fisch Milton Mitler Jerome Imburg Norman Rolfe A. Russinoff Larry Yoffy Phi Gamma Delta eg I-'Vw 'F i' ez' 'fir rlfii i' 51324 'fW::'!F J:f1'1'-211-' -lwlil li Qi' .. . 1 70 awwumiwggd 2 -40 'zr '-4:35 Q5 ' PAUKUT 19 The Richmond Fijis started the year off with a "bang" by leading the campus pledging with twenty-two new men. Aylette "Skee" Goode, the able president, and his cohorts Harold McVay, treasurer, John Decker, secre- tary, Tom Green, corresponding secretary, and Phil Mason, historian, got things going in the right direction at the very beginning. Before vacation sun-tans had time to fade, Phi Gams were working in the various student activities. Through the President of the Student Government, the Captains of the Basketball and Track teams, the editor of the WEB, five varsity football men, the President of Philo- logian Literary Society, the secretary of the Players, three members of the Honor Council, the Managing Editor of the Collegian, a member of the band, three members of the "Y" Cabinet, and the Vice-presidents of the junior and Senior classes, Phi Gamma Delta made its influence felt in every phase of campus life. Two members of Phi Beta Kappa and four members of O.D.K. were claimed from the ranks of Rho Chi Chap- ter. Then came the war and Phi Gams rushed to answer the call of our country. Dave Satterlield and Dick Kraft left school to join the navy and army air corps respectively, and "Skee" Goode, Steve Mitchell and Phil Mason volunteered for duty at the end of this year, Bill Decker and Bill Scheerer joined the U. S. Marines and expect to be called to active service upon graduation. Several of the other brothers are planning to enlist during the summer. Now as the year draws to a close the Fijis realize more than ever the significance of "What though the space be far and wide That parts us from our brother's side, A soul-joined chain unites our band And memory links us hand in hand." PHI GAMMA DELTA. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: Atkinson, Binford, Binns, Bryan, Collins, C. Decker, J. Decker, W. Decker. SECOND Row: Flowers, Goode, Gordon, Green, Gwathmey, Harding, Hathaway, Heffner, Holleman. THIRD ROW: johnson, jones, King, Kraft, Long, Longaker, Mabry, Mallory. FOURTH Row: Mason, McClure, McVay, Mitchell, Mundy, Murphy, Pitt, Pyles, Ritchie. FIFTH ROW! Sadler, Saunders, Satterfield, Scheerer, Stansbury, Sweeney, Thornton, Wiley. f15-41 11""" I ,. i .,.. I NI diff I s UPPER LEFT: A House Dance. UPPER RIGHT: Sunday afternoon outing. LOWER RIGHT: Fiji powwow. LOWER LEFT: Prexy Robert E. Loving Cfrm' of 1942 Vincent Collins A. W. Goode J. N. Gordon T. W. Green Owen Gwathmey Philip Mason Harold McVay Malcolm Pitt Leander Saunders PHI GAMMA DELTA FOUNDED AT WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE, 1848 COLORS: Purple and White FLOWER: Purple Clematis PUBLICATIONS: The Phi Gamma Delta, Spider Fiji RHO CHI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, 1890 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Malcolm R. Doubles Samuel Chiles Mitchell William Gaines Garnett Ryland Cffzii' of 1943 H. C. Binford Mallary Binns John Decker Robert Hathaway Richard Kraft S. L. Mitchell George Sadler Dave Satteriield FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Clary of 1944 W. Byran William Flowers C. S. King R. C. Long H. G. Longaker D. W. Mallory William Scheerer W. A. Stansbury I155l Cfrln' of 1945 J. Atkinson C. Decker W. Decker C. Ellis S. Harding J. Holleman J. R. johnson Claude jones G. W. Knighton T. Leath J. Mabry D. Mackinlay W. McClure H. Mundy T. Murphy A. Pyles G. Ritchie I. Sweeney H. Thompson T Thornton H. Wiley P hi Delta Theta -o 5 -- K ,, .N Q ,J 5 Stine ' ii ue ., .a. gg Ai Phi Delta Theta was founded on December 26, 1848 at Oxford, Ohio. Virginia Delta Chapter first came to the campus of the University of Richmond in 1875. In 1895, when the University appeared incapable of going through a period of hardship, the chapter voluntarily gave up its charter with the expectation of receiving it again some day. In the fall of 1938, Phi Delta Gmega, a local fraternity of long standing, petitioned for the restoration of the charter. Phi Delta Theta reappeared on the campus in February, 1939. The chapter has been led this year by Clarence Major, who served as presi- dent for the first semester, and by Wilbur Skinner, who succeeded him. 4 Phi Delta Theta has been well represented on the athletic teams of the University. "Weenie" Miller, George Gasser, Clarence Major, and Chester Bourne were members of the varsity basketball squad. Phikeia pledge "Whitey" Hall played varsity football and Phikeia Marvin Neidermayer represented the chapter in freshman football. Miller, Gasser, Bourne, and Pat Fen- lon solved many of Coach Pitt's worries on the varsity baseball squad. The Phi Delts also had a successful year in intramural sports. The football team, captained by "Tiny" George, won the coveted football trophy. Among the campus leaders of Phi Delta Theta were Clarence Major and Bert jones, who served as senators, and Wilbur Skinner, who was elected secretary of Stu- dent Government in the spring elections. The chapter also took part in other campus activities. The Phi Delts made merry with many social functions this year, including informal dances, cabin parties, and weiner roasts. In March the founding of the fraternity was celebrated by the annual Founder's Day Banquet. PHI DELTA THETA. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: Adams, Bourne, Brown, Feeley, Gasser, George. sEcoND Row: Hale, Hall, Hart, Irby, Jarvis, B. jones. THIRD ROW! L. Jones, jordan, Kinsey, Major, Mears, Pauli. FOURTH ROW: Purdy, Savage, Shelton, Sheppe, Skinner, Wash. t1561 4 Clary of 1942 R. L. Adams E. P. George Clarence Ma'or J E. F. Pauli Leonard Purdy Clary of 1943 Moreland Irby UPPER LEFT: Moonlight cocktail? RIGHT: Behind the eight hall. LOWER LEFT: Studious, huh? PHI DELTA THETA FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI fOXFORD, OHIOQ, 1848 COLORS: Blue and Argent FLOWER: White Carnation PUBLICATIONS: The Scroll, The Palladium VIRGINIA DELTA CHAPTER ESTABLSHED AT UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, 1875 REESTABLISHED AT UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, 1939 FRATRES IN FACULTATE joseph Nettles William Frederick Caylor FRATRES IN COLLEGIO F. E. Jarvis George Hall W. L. Skinner F. B. Hart Claw of 1944 F. W. Brown Chester Bourne Hugh Feeley Patrick Fenlon George Gasser I157I B. A. jones L. G. jones E. E. Kinsey W. Mears L. F. Miller U. S. Savage R. W. Wash Clair of 1945 C. P. Avery H . B. Hale H. D. Jordan M. Neidermayer A . G. Shelton E. Sheppe Phi Kappa Sigma il 2 Z KQHKIX E3 W el 3 Sv" 3 '-.,, ' is U ,' if E 'ff - .1 I ' m ' UU The Phi Chapter of the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity has existed successfully at the University of Richmond for the past sixty-nine years, thus making the second oldest social fraternity on the Richmond College Campus. Phi Kappa Sigma was founded on October 19, 1850 at the University of Pennsylvania. This year the Phi Kaps inaugurated the house-mother idea for fraternities on the campus and, with Mrs. George F. Stringfellow serving in this capacity, the chapter had another enjoyable year of college life. Two formal dances, in addition to various informal functions on and near the campus, climaxed the social life of the chapter. The Fall Formal was held in the house and, due to the national situation, the Spring Formal, which was to be held at the Hermitage Coun- try Club, was transferred to the house. The men of No. 1 Fraternity Row were well known in all walks of college life, Doug Laird, who was presi- dent of the chapter, served as president of the Harle- quin Club. In the spring he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and appointed to the Honor Council. Mark Willing was president of Pi Delta Epsilon until he entered the U. S. Air Corps in january. In athletics Coxey Bowen won a major letter in foot- ball. Laird was Manager of football and Dick Gwens was Junior Manager of the same sport. Willing was Head Cheer Leader and Walter Eanes, an assistant Cheer Leader. Hunter Leake was a member of the Varsity Baseball squad. Phi Kappa Sigma is looking forward to its seventieth year at Richmond with hopes of another grand time. I 5.1 PHI KAPPA SIGMA. FIRsT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ashworth, Bowen, Britt, Burns, Bull, Bushnell. sEcoND Row: Cam- den, Drake, Eames, Elmore, Filling, Gary. THIRD ROW: Horsley, Irby, Kronenbitter, Laird, Leake, Lee. FOURTH ROW: Luck, Metzger, Moffett, Owens, Simpson, Trainham, Willing. f158l Clary of 1942 C. C. Bowen Robert Gary Douglas Laird Mark Willing Clary of 1943 Jack Baker Nelson Bull Roland Burns 5 UPPER LEFT: Priorities are pretty tough. UPPER RIGHT: No. 1, Fraternity Row. LOWER LEFT: Our landscape gardener. LowER RIGHT: Riding high and dry. , PHI KAPPA SIGMA FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, OCTOBER 19, 1850 COLORS: Old Gold and Black FLOWER: Goldenrod PUBLICATION: Phi Kappa Sigma News Letter PHI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, 1873 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Frederick W. Boatwright FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Snead Camden John Horsley R. S. Hughes Hunter Leake William Metzer Richard Owen Frank Rose Class of 1944 William Adams I159l L. C. Drake John Elmore Frank Lee B. M. Moffett Charles Zacharias Clary of 1945 David Ashworth George Bushnell Walter Eanes james Filling Ned Irby I. Knight R. Kronenbitter William Luck R. McLeod O. Simpson E. L. Spense E. Trainham Qmioron Delta Kappa O. D. K. is the one organization on our campus in which students and faculty members meet on equal terms to discuss problems pertinent to good administration. During the past year under the leadership of President Robert Cotton it has spon- sored movements which will greatly benefit the university and the student body. Epsilon Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa was chartered at the University of Richmond in 1921 to recognize men who have attained a high stan- dard in collegiate activities, to bring together rep- resentative men who will help mould the traditions and inspire the ideals of Richmond College, and to bring together members of the faculty and the student body on a basis of mutual interest and un- derstanding. O. D. K. is a national honorary lead- ership society for men. Since its founding at Wash- ington and Lee University in 1914, it has experi- enced a rapid growth in size and prestige and is now a member of the select Association of College Honorary Societies. An Offensive Review was originated by Omi- cron Delta Kappa at Richmond College to take the place of the usual Campus Carnival. Script, songs, and arrangements were written by student talent. Presented in conjunction with Mortar Board and the University Players, this comedy of campus capers attracted wide attention at the two' perform- ances. United States Savings Bonds were pur- chased with the proceeds, and they were turned over to the University Student Activities Building Fund. The purpose of the Campus Victory jubilee was to uncover student talent, to raise money for the building fund, and to actively participate in the national defense program of the nation. Election to Omicron Delta Kappa is based on activity in five fields with preeminence in two fields or preeminence in one field and distinction in two others. The five phases of endeavor are scholarship, athletics, social and religious affairs, publications and forensics fspeech, music and dramatic artsj. The national committee last year made a new pro- vision which requires each candidate for election to stand in the upper thirty-five per cent of the stu- dent body scholastically for the year preceding his election. Besides these qualifications several things are considered indispensable for membership such as character, scholarship, intelligence, service and leadership in campus life, fellowship and consecra- tion to democratic ideals. Those tapped into the organization in the spring were' Alton Howell, Guy Friddell, Warren Pace, Max Katz and Lester Parsons. OMICRON DELTA KAPPA. TOP ROW: Robert Cotton, President, John Decker, Aylette Goode, Ralph Kinsey, Douglas Laird. BOTTOM ROW: Vernon Lankford, Mac Pitt, jr., Gordon ReMine, Lee Saunders, Tom Warriner, Mark Willing. 11601 A MORTAR BOARD. ON FLOOR, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ethne Flannagan, Betty Ann Petzinger. SEATED: Jayne Maire, Mary Grace Scherer, Rosalie Clary, Ninita Gonzalez. sTANDING: Frances Calisch, Frances Badenoch. Mortar Boar Mortar Board, national honor society for senior women, granted a charter to the chapter at West- hampton College on June 26, 1950. New members are elected in the spring of their junior year on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and service. Elec- tion to Mortar Board is not only a recognition of achievement, but an opportunity for continued de- velopment of the ideals of the organization. The year opened with a social whirl-parties for freshmen and transfers, followed in late October by a Hallowelen Co-ed. Then came Thanksgiving and Mortar Board's reception for Homecoming alumnae. In March the organization entertained all members of Phi Beta Kappa and Intermediate Honors students at its annual Honors Tea. Later in March and April, Mortar Board sponsored the Senior Eugenics Lectures and, for the first time at Westhampton, arranged a similar series of lectures for the underclassmen. As is customary in the spring, Mortar Board conducted a series of voca- tional guidance chapel programs, during which particular emphasis was placed on interesting fields opening up to women as a result of the war. The annual School for Officers was held late in April for the instruction of newly elected officers of all campus organizations. Early in the fall, as members of Mortar Board were outlining their plans for the year, they real- ized how crowded the college program was. Meet- ings, teas, parties, and lectures were always hap- pening at the same time. And life was very com- plicated! Hoping to avoid such frequent conflicts, Mortar Board published for each student a cal- endar including all pre-scheduled campus activities for the year, allowing space for other events to be added as they were announced. Mortar Board has also drafted a much needed constitution for class organizations and a revision of the College Government point system, which will be presented to the College Council for 1942- 43 for consideration. lf161l PI DELTA EPSILON. LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP ROW: Robert Black, Frances Calisch, Ralph Kinsey, Lucy McDonough, Robert Phillips. BOTTOM ROW: Lee Saunders, Mary Grace Scherer, Stuart Williams, Thomas Williams, Mark Willing. Pi Delta Epsilon Pi Delta Epsilon, national honorary journalism fraternity, was founded at Syracuse University in 1909 with the express purpose of recognizing stu- dents who had made outstanding achievements in the field of journalism. In this, its thirty-second year of existance, there are thirty-three chapters throughout the United States. The University of Richmond Chapter was char- tered on November 26, 1926, but Westhampton College students were not admitted until 1957 when a change in the constitution opened the or- ganization to women. Qualifications for membership in Pi Delta Epsi- lon include at least two years' work on one or more campus publications, with the student's having at- tained a responsible position on at least one publi- cation. The student shall also exhibit a sincere and unselfish interest in improving campus journalism. This year the chapter sponsored a movem.ent to have the personnel of the Board of Publications changed. If these changes are made the new Board will include the editors of the three campus publi- cations and the professor of journalism. The chap- ter felt that this would insure the selection of the most capable men for journalistic positions. President Mark Willing left school to enlist in the air corp and so Vice-president Robert Black has been acting as the head of the organization. Dr. Edward Peple served as Secretary-Treasurer. On the first day of May Pi Delta Epsilon held its spring tapping ceremonies at the Friday Con- vocation in conjunction with the other honorary societies of the campus. The new tappees were Helen Herrink, Frances Beazley, Betty Sessler, Virginia Mayo, Addison Dalton, Sam Britt, Guy Friddell, and john Decker. H1621 au Kappa Alpha RICHMOND COLLEGE CHAPTER Tau Kappa Alpha, national debating and fo- rensic fraternity, was founded at Indianapolis, In- diana, on May 13, 1908. The Richmond College Chapter was established in 1917. This year Leland Higginbotham.served the group as president. A fraternity which honors those men on the campus who have been outstanding in forensic ac- tivities, Tau Kappa Alpha strives to bring about an increased awareness of the values and necessity of being a capable speaker. Eligibility for T. K. A. requires that a man must participate in intercollegi- ate debates and other similar contests for two or more years. In cooperation with the suggestions of the Pres- ident of the United States to the colleges and pub- lic schools of the county, T.K.A., sponsored and arranged an integral series of public discussions on topics of national importance, as a stimulus to thought and an aid to clear thinking. Late in December the fraternity conducted an interesting and humorous quiz program at a Rich- mond College assembly to relieve tension caused by the outbreak of war. In the spring T.K.A., sponsored the representa- tion of the college by the debate team at the annual spring T.K.A. debate tournament at Lynchburg College. - At the Spring Tappings the fraternity took in jack Manley, Stuart Williams, Bill Bareford, Bob Hathaway, and Allister MacKenzie. WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE CHAPTER Founded in 1931, Westhampton chapter of Tau Kappa Alpha was organized to encourage debat- ing on the campus. Led by Betty Sessler, T.K.A. has been most active in sponsoring panel discus- sions for chapel programs. Topics discussed by members of the class in argumentation include the Roosevelt-Churchill eight points and the transfer- ence of MacArthur to Australia. The fraternity has been primarily interested in bringing timely sub- jects to the attention of the campus. Membership is drawn from the class in argumen- tation, and only those who have had two years of inter-collegiate and inter-class debating are eligi- ble. New members were taken in on May 1. New members were taken in on May 1 at the annual tapping ceremony held in the chapel. At that time students were impressed with the high ideals of the debating fraternity. Those tapped were Helen Herrink, Lucy McDonough, Wilma Peters, and Evelyn McAuley. TAU KAPPA ALPHA. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Cotton, Clarine Cunningham, john Decker, Ethne Flannagan, Straughan Gettier. BOTTOM ROW: Ninita Gonzalez, Leland Higginbotham, Jayne Maire, Grace Norris, Betty Sessler. i165l Alpha Mu Gmioron Alpha Mu Omicron, organized in the spring of 1935 by a group of students majoring in the Social Sciences, has two chief aims. The primary aim of this honorary fraternity is to recognize those Social Science majors who have achieved a high scholastic rating in this field. The secondary aim is that of stimulating a keener interest in the Social Sciences among its members, and the whole student body. Members, consisting of juniors and seniors only, must have attained at least a "B" average in their majors. In order to further its purposes, the society en- courages outside work in the form of reading and research among its members. This year they had Colonel Mills F. Neal, Vir- ginia State Director of the Selective Service Boards for a chapel program. His address gave the student body inside views of our present National Defense Program. In February of this year, with our school term lengthened and defense classed in the Social Sciences added to the university curriculum, Alpha Mu Omicron was quick to sense the need for ex- planation of the importance of these added classes K al and the extended summer session. President Boat- wright, Dean Pinchbeck and Dr. Prince explained these important matters in Richmond College As- sembly, and commended Alpha Mu Omicron on its interest and foresight. Under the leadership of President Ralph Kin- sey, the society has enjoyed a progressive year. The constitution has been thoroughly studied and re- vised, and plans for the society to become state- wide are being formulated. The other officers for the year were Livingston Batten, Vice-president, Robert Gary, Secretary, and Douglas Laird, Treas- urer. ALPHA MU OMICRON. TOP ROW: Vance Alvis, john Bain, Robert Barr, Livingston Batten, W. E. Bristow, Sherwood Eck. s12coND now: Robert Gary, Randolph Hall, Max Katz, Gene King, Ralph Kinsey, Richard Klaffky. BOTTOM Row: Douglas Laird, Phil Mason, Wilbur Skinner, julian Winn. Wh-fs W' T16-41 HARLEQUIN CLUB. LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP ROW: joe Amrhein, Frank Baker, Harrol Brauer, Ed Brooks, Nelson Bull, john Fitzgerald. SECOND ROW: Aylette Goode, Emmett Hubbard, Ralph Kinsey, Ed Klein, Douglas Laird, Vernon Lankford. BOTTOM ROW: Bert Milling, Steve Mitchell, Linwood Peters, Harry Snead. Harlequin Social harmony and better relations between the femmes of Westhampton and the fellows of Rich- mond College is the primary purpose of the Har- lequin Club. This purpose is carried out through the medium of social affairs given on several oc- casions throughout the year. These dances are usually formal, and all girls present must hail to Westhampton as their Alma Mater. All dances are attended by members of the faculties from the op- posing sides of the lake, who act as capable chap- erons. Each member, of which there are thirty-three men from the ten social fraternities on the campus, is given one stag bid to each function sponsoredby the club. This bid is to be given to a member of the man's own social fraternity so that only Greek- letter men and the club members are allowed to attend the event. A new type of social feature for the club was innovated last year when the boys held their first intermission party. This year one of the most suc- cessful parties was a cabin party held at Camp Richmond. In addition to its other activities, the club also sponsored an interfraternity bridge tournament. Griginated by the Harlequin Club, the tournament has developed into an annual affair. The club was ably led through the year just past by President Douglas Laird. The work that he and the entire membership of the club did stands as a tribute to the men themselves. judging from the work that has been done in the past and by the plans that are being made for the future, it is with expectation that the club faces the future. H1651 Developin the ocial Life "For meimzl amz' mzirezzlfzr .vtreizgth we mmf have el fill! and eoizstrzielizfe meial p1'0g1'ezi22, iz progmhz for health mm' play which will hizild om' hodiey and give reel! relezxezlion Z0 tired mimif. Szzeh iz Joriezl plain, orgeznizeiz' and carried Ollf hy the Jlzielentf of our lll2jl'61'.YiZy can he of imffzliiizhle aid to om' eiefeme progmm and iz rea C071 ri zi,i01z 0 e im iomz war e or. z 1: h f z zh z 1 z" -DEAN MARTHA B. LUCAS. 1 F f f l ' in 'E 1e'ff-if ,r lj, A f ff iimff Fw' Q , X 'VH' 9 ' ,M B, I I we , ifi Af TW! W "Q We elif mi ie W X 5-'X 5 J h - .1 I'-2 'na-MTW" M hh 1 A V 0 N V1 LHQQLN 31 rx- N...xXYx,Q'f,v. 'NfrQMkg,w,3fENirT ' L!! K 'nn 'N' 4 " me gi.?f3k .717 gr 'fm ig, 'fm .555 , ta, W0 in Q A-. 'gg l N -'C' v xv., Queen Henrietta Smiles on Her Subjects. MAY With one of the niost attraetizfe Wfefthanilnton Senior tlafyet in yeary, it was harel to narrow elo wn to a eonrt of eight, ana' haraler .ttill to thoore a qneen anal a inaiel of honor. At last, however Hen- rietta Saeller way eleetea' Qneen, Maynie O'Fla- herty, her Maia' of Honor, ana' Phyllif Ann Coghill Anne Aa'a'i5on, Loif Caniltihell, Lonife Morrifsey, fean Nearniith, ana' Toni Wfirth, her other atten- elants. All nieniherf of the Coiirt wore white while the reft o f the reniors wore ,fnninier paftely. It way an ia'eal May Day with the weather eo- oilzerating ana' offering a ltierfeet Jetting for the play, written hy Kitty Crawforal ana' entitletl THE PIED PIPER OF HAZVILIN. The wifheel Piper ini lDl'l,f0lZ66l the Qneen of Lore antl Beanty whoni 9 DAY Little jafh Horner anal a hoft of other Mother Gooye tharaetery refeneil. Woz'er2 into the preten- tation were niany light eolorfzil daneef ltierfornzeel hy Mitt Marlife Bohr elaneing elafses. After the Qneen of Lozfe ana' Beanty war erownetl hy Ola' King Cole, the eonrt ana' anelienee inozfeel to the iiltiltver' hoehey fieltl for the Sophoniorelv Englifh May Pole Dance. Then, after Jnnfet the Frefhinen partieiltiatetl in the tratlitional Lantern Night Pa- rade from the hottoni of the hill to the Greek Theatre, where, in a IV forniation, they Jang Prot- laniation Songf ana' the Alina Mater. Thenee they tiroeetletl to the Conrt to rerenaele the Qneen in her rooin aleroratetl h y the S0llh60l7I01'6J. The elinzax of the feftizfal way the Sophoniore eo-eel. f168l '4 , S, M .-.,- . my ,,,!' If 1 ,.,, .,::.V , H H U ,. , ,, w w . '- ' V' - V' WEB BEA U TY FRANCES CARRINGTON ELLIS WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA QChosen by a vote of the Student Bodyj Mm. Lemzder T. Sfzznzdeais' IVOR, VIRGINIA ww Effzfvf-i,,15f,1,ff MH. Mfzffolm U. Pit! RICHMOND, VIRGINIA RfL'l7llI0l.7!f Cnlfege Sflldfwll GOZf'61'IIl1I6lIl' W X Min Allefze foney IVIONTERIEY, VIRGINIA Collegiulz Ezfifozifzf Stuff Mm' Rzztfo VHl2N65I FREEPORT, NIfW YORK OYIIICTOII Della Kappa I17OI , V 'FS as , ' "nfl, 11 N Mm. Nom S. Hill RICI-IIXIOND, VIRGINIA Wfeb BIlJ'jlI6.f,f Stuff Aflrf. E. F. Wfjflilbf FREDERICIQSBURG, VIRGINIA Honor Cozmcif if ss' I H I' 4 S011 NI 'L Min Kdll77'Jfl'Z Wforflmnz Sezwzrd RICHMOND, VIRGINIA X 1 Lau' Srlmof lively Stuff X Xx " L-saga" - 1. M255 Afzioineile Har! RICHMOND, VIRGINIA C of I e gimz Bz1.fi11e.s'5 Sm f, ' Y 1VIZ,s'5 Altbefz fofnzvolz HARRISONBURG, VIRGINIA III C',H6llgC'l' Bz1.x'i12e,s'5' Sfnff M255 IVIIITIOIZ Ofserlmzzz Mm. R. 1. Milling Mm. Tlaofmzy Wf. lybell, fr. NEW YORK, NEW YORK IVIOBILI2, ALABAMA RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Senior Cffm' Foofbfzff Lau' Svlwof Sflllfwlf' Bar f171I Practical artists. The William and Mary game. The Army and Navy invade Wfesthampton. An apple a clay. William and Mary sinks one. The candidates for the student government elections. Big-Shots at the Junior Prom. May Court. Simpson is on the casualty list. Spiderettes. The Co-ord Aquarium. The Homecoming Queen entertains the Alumni. U. of R. section at the arena. 'Ni '?"""'Il 'urn i,.,, kinnu l all lil I l .59 Academic Procession. Dr. Mac hitch-hikes. All out for defense. Woody Herman and his sax. The Collegimz. Getting ready for May Day. Frosh party. A dramatic moment. YXfay up in the north land . House Council episode. Helen O'Connell and those cool and limpid green eyes. On the cinder path. Garvey and Schuman. The goblins will get you if you don't watch Out. A Weenie roast down by the lake. May Day sets. Time out. To chapel we go, Tra-la . . ice? "' 'K f . QNX' K 5' r SY? t r at .ii X N Q I 1 ,X W 'V W 1' Riff xr, f. ., -- 4 ,, 7? w ' i Q Rip 721' rf ' , X! '1f,',.'Hra'., Old Grads register for homecoming. Spiders in the stands. Westhampton Dining Hall. "Hawk" at Westliampton. Dr. Ball straightens the guys out in matriculation line. Captain Day. Presenting Miss Muller. Between halves. "The Neighbor." Eddie Epps Celebrates. Dr. Boatwright at the V.M.l. game Hold still. Prof. Henderson Ye Olde Beauty Salon. Phi Beta Kappa Convocation. This is what makes chapel interesting. Class of '41 presents the flag pole. Don't get those skirts wet. YQ "',.,AK'." How about that? Real Talent. Anxious! Posing in the garden. Richmond Hall. Professor and Mrs. Miller. Lazy manager. Getting ready for Christmas. That Witch, again. Industrious people. "Rip," "Spiderettes." No. 1 campaign picture. Wfesthampton Arch. AC WLEDGME T The ea'ilw'5 of the 1942 W'eh wifh to expzeiir their c?IZ71lN'6L'fc1l'jOl2 to the following for lheir foopenzfiofz hz lD1'06Zil!L'j7Zg this zfolzmzes LOIIIs G. MCCLEIILAN, Garrett 85 Massie, Inc. A. C. FORD, Virginia Engraving Company. PAUL GENDLER, Merin-Baliban Studios. HENRY K. TICE, Kingsport Press, Inc. Richmond Times-Dispatch Photography Staff. BOTTOM: President Boatwrights Tea for the "Rats" BOTTOM RIGHT: "Sid" Leaves for the Army RIGHT: Our Pridedwheeler X tax V , INN : Q f ,fl ,- Adams, james Belt . . . Adams, Ray Franklin . . Adams, Richard L. Adams, William B. . . . Alvis, Vance Q. ..... . Amrhein, John L. . . . . Amrhein, joseph A., jr. . . Ancarrow, Newton H. 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Stuart .......... . . . 3217 Garland Ave Richmond Va DiVico, Louis Paul .... .... 9 5 Valley St., N. Tarrytown, N. Y Tu lm ml ull nu un II Il llll --+ Oflll IIII llll llll llll llll IIII Illl IIII IIII ml Illl llll I nl uiuu uiii I Iu I 1 nn- ? : PHOTOGRAPHS FRAMES COMMERCIAL WORK 'I 3124 West Broad Street 9, "Chicken in the Rough" 05fUZ LLC 10 600 . . . 600 1ll1'Ylifll1-I'l' BY BFIVICRIAICY OSBUKNIC, OKLAHOMA CIIX RIIIIIIIIIINII' VIRGINIA ONE-HALF FRIED CHICKEN Hlvotbing Missiizg But The Voifen SERVED UNVIOINTED-WITHOUT SILVERWARE I Every Bite a Tender Delight ' DIAL 3-2711 LOTS OF sHoEsTRINo POTATOES - JUG HONEY AND HOT BUTTERED ROLLS . 511111 Ill llll in Qillll III llll llll llll llll llll llll llll illl llll Illl llll llll llll Ii -Tl llll I llll llll I Il Iillil llll ll HIPS? UH 'h sity nf icbmu FJ xiwg' includes: 1. RICHMOND COLLEGE, liberal arts and sciences for men, R. B. Pinchbeck, Ph.D., Dean. 2. WEsTHAMPToN COLLEGE, liberal arts and sciences for women. May L. Keller, Ph.D., Dean, Martha B. Lucas, Ph.D., Dean of Students. 3. THE T. C. WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF LAW, for men and women, M. Ray Doubles, 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, Virginia. 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 Univer- sity 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. BOATVURIGHT, Praridezzf. iillll Ill IIII Iillllx llll llll llll ll llll Iii L179l Dix, Fitchett T. ..... Doud, Frederick NW. . . Drake, Linwood C., -lr. Dudley, -lack S. ...., . Dunnavant, Robert H. Dvorschak, Carl K. . .. Eanes, Wfalter F. . . . . lick, Sherwood B. . . . . Edwards, Richard Lee . Elliott, -lack E. ..... . Ellis, Charles D. . .. Ellis, Pierce S., -Ir. . . . . Ellis, Wfilliam D., jr. . Ellwarger, Albert T., Ir. . . . Elmore, Fletcher L., -Ir. Elmore, -Iohn M., Jr. . . Emert, 'Iohn IXI. .... . Evde, Normon .,..... . Endiocott, George R. . . Eppes, Edward M., III Erickson, Robert M. . . . liastville . 140 E. Garheld Ave., Carbondale, . . . . . . . . . . .. Sunbeam, Handsom . . 564 Albemarle Ave., Richmond . . . . . . . . . . . Route 12, Richmond, Va 121 Xllfallinton Ave., Wfallington, N. -I . . . . 55 Augusta Ave., . . . 5015 Letcher Ave., .. 125 S. Market St., . . . . 5207 Barton Ave., ........ 2908 Park Ave., Richmond Richmond Petersburg, Richmond Richmond 108 W. College Ave., Tallahassee, . 5015 E. Marshall St., .. 5250 Grove Ave., . . .. 1012 Hinton St., . . 5011 Moss Side Ave., , . 527 Greenway Lane, Richmond , . Gladys . . Alberta Richmond . Dillwyn Petersburg, Richmond Richmond 9 V a Pa V a Va Va Va Va Va Va Fla Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va . . 217 Willtlrd St., Jamestown, N. Y. Etheridge, .Iohn W. . . . Euting, George I.. . . Evanes, Francis A. .. Faris, Wilsrwn Lee ...... Farmer, Harvey T., jr. . . Farnum, George L. . . . Feeley, Hugh A. . .. ... . 1019 Park Ave., South Norfolk, Va . . . . . 124 S. Laurel St., Richmond, Va .. . . . . . H04 Grant St., Pottsville, Pa . . . ...... ...... ..... . . Keene, Va . . . . . 5100 North Ave., Richmond, Va . . . 729 Byrd Park Court, Richmond, Va . . . . . 1.19 Valley St., New Philadelphia, Pa Feinberg, Herbert E. ............ 11 Campus Place, Brooklyn, N. Y Fenlon, Patrick I. . . . . Fenlon, Robert ..... Ferramosca, Oreste . . . Fields, Willirlm Jack . . . Filer, Robert J. ..... . Filling, james H., Jr. Fine, jack Paul ...... Finnegan, Vifilliam UI. . . . Fisch, Benjamin ....,. Fisher, Richard H. . . . . Fitzgerald, John R. .... . Fitzgerald, Lemuel W. Fitzgerald, Wfilliam W. . 1: 2151 15th Street, N.W., Wasluingtcmn, D. C . 2151 15th Street, N.W., Washingtcmn, D. C . . . . . . . . 427 N. Davis Ave., Richmond, Va MouthofXWilson,Va .. . 5117 Grithn Ave., Richmond, Va XXfoodv1lle,Va . . . . . 107 Tuckahoe Blvd., Richmond, Va . . . 4814 Williaitisburg Ave., Richmond, Va . . . 2701 Chestnut Ave., Newport News, Va , . . . . . . . . . Route 5, Box 56, Roanoke, Va . . . . 41 Rocklyn Place, Mt. Lebanon, Pa . . . . . . 416 Locust St., Covington, Va . . .... 416 Locust St., Covington, Va iliullullllllllllulll lllluunllunnnu... The "" "" ' 'i' T" "" e "" "" ' 'E' i Tj KD 0 VICTORY Gyn QB CSZI BUY 5.43, 2:1122 ,fyyg,,,,,f E E sriisiiws 0 As the Class of '42 leaves, it 5 Atlas Baklng Company, Inc. hereby pledges its support toward Richmondavirginia Victory in the present war. -i-- --.- .--- - I-I -i-- ---' --'- - 1-2- 14 -M L 22 -a----,2Y '9' We L. -1L---LLL-gii . LLL? L- E ere'5 SOMETHING to always REMEMBER DRINK MILK EVERY DAY For bright, clear eyes-en- viable complexion-strong bones and good muscles, DRINK plenty of milk EVERY DAY. Most People in Richmond prefer RICHMOND DAIRY Dames .94Zz24c. 9 Milk. ' Isl S A R I C H M CD 'S-iisxiu IIIIIBIIIHIUIIIPII i' 1 ii' . 11 pw, www mmm Dairy Gompan nic-im I ull nail Cmmtlgo i Flannagan, Allen W., Jr. . . . .... ............. L ouisa, Va Gasser, George B., Jr. . Flax, Donald ......,..... ................... E lmore, Va Gates, Alfred P., Jr. . . Fleming, John W. ...... .... 1 O25 Fark Ave., Richmond, Va Garten, Earnest B., Jr. . Flippo, Arthur P. . . . Flowers, William L. . . . . . Forberg, Fred C. ...... . . . Fore, Philip W., Jr. . , . Fortunata, Joseph A. . . . Foster, John Rboid, Jr. Foster, Junius E., Jr. . .......,............ . . . Doswell 55 Albemarle Ave., Richmond, Va Culpeper,Va . . . 27 Glenridge Ave., Montclair, N. J . . . . . . . . . . 1709 Seddon Road, Richmond, Va I-IudgIns,Va Frank, Raymond J. .............. 1805 Seddon Road, Richmond Va Franklin, Ralph W. .... . s 1408 Princess Anne St., Fredericksburg, Va Freed, Ivan Graham ..,.,....... 6495 Mason St., Harrisonburg, Va Friddell, Guy R. .......... , 1218 Westminster Ave., Richmond, Va Friedenberg, Milton D. ........ 518 N. Sycamore St., Petersburg Va Gambill, Charles J., Jr. . . . Gambill, Walter Ray . . . Gano, Robert D. ...... . . . . Garbett, Julius S. . . . . 1 .. . . . 2611 E. Grace St., Richmond, Va .. . . . .. 2611 E. Grace St., Richmond, Va 121 W. Lancaster Road, Richmond, Va . . . . 1829 Carrington St., Richmond, Va Garvey, William D. . . . . . . 720 Northside Ave., Richmond Va Gary, Robert A., III . 1 . ..... 5127 Park Ave., Richmond, Va , Va 121 Chestnut St., Brooklawn, N. J. Gayle, John L. ...... . Gentry, Walter C. . . . . Gentry, William W. . .. .. . George, Ellis P. .,.. . Gilbert, Alfred R. . .. Gill, Herbert C. ..... . Gill, Robert O. ...... . . . 2107 Nelson St., Richmond, . ..........,..... West Point, . . ...... University Heights, Henrico 1601 Princeton Road, Richmond . ....... 1213 Warren Ave., Henrico 5535 Kensington Ave., Richmond 5214 Edgewood Ave., Richmond . . . . . . . 729 Arnold St., Richmond . .... 47 Chesterfield Ave., Ettrick . . ...... 47 Chesterheld Ave., Ettrick 1 . .. , 1 1 , 1 a 1 Gindhart, Charles F., Jr. . . . . . . 20 Biloxi Place, Newport News Giragasion, Archie .... Gleason, John Craddock Goode, Aylett W., Jr. . Gordon, John Newton . Gorman, Richard F. .. Graham, Paul Joseph . . Graham, William B. . . Gray, M. Johns ..... Green, Thomas W. . . . Greenberg, David J. . . Griffin, John D. . . . . . . . 23-04 Lakeview Ave., Richmond 1 . . . . . 1601 Westwood Ave., Richmond 7 . . . .....,.. . .... ,..... ..... S a lem, . . ..... 1912 Hanover Ave., Richmond . . . . . . . . . 601 W. 44th Street, Richmond, 3871 Boonshone Road, Lynchburg, 1 . . . . 2055 East 18th Street, Brooklyn, N. . , . . 3608 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va V a V at Va Va Va Y Va . . . . . . . . . . . . Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa Burkeville, 7 . ................... Poquoson, Va Va Va asm nu gg' tion nn lm lm- gig "ONLY THE BEST" Fraternity, College ancI S Glass Jewelry V311 PCIIQ 81 BFOWH, IHC, ,IEWELER TO THE JUNIOR AND SENIOR CLASSES OF THE UNIVERSITY PRESCRIPTION DRLIGGISTS OF RICHMOND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING WALTER B- ANDERSON L. G. BALFOUR PRODUCTS 5th and Franklin Streets, Richmond, Va. 4111 Kengincton Avenue RICHMOND VA E O I ' - -1- Ii 4- -II- -I I4- + ---- -4- -z--- ---- ---- - -1- 7-Ize Wlafzlz of a Glzam ion! WHEN A YOUNG IXIIAN can face the business world with the same undaunted courage that he bucks the line in football, and can take the bumps that inevitably will come to him in business, and can keep his fighting spirit and keep Smiling . . . then he has the mark of a champion. The world needs young men like this and the world will make way for them. The life insurance business needs such men, so why not prepare yourself for a career in the life insurance business. It's a business of Opportunitv for Vounv men of ambition and O O I I vision. HOME BENEFICIAL 6g,,,,,,,,,1,Q.,,,, LIFE IN SURANCE CO., INC. HOME OFFICE: RICHMOND, VIRGINIA til-nu u ml ui, ig -nu up ll V ai GARIIETT 8 MASSIE, INC. lllClMONll, VIRGINIA I181I lun Grigg, John E. . . . Grinnan, Daniel . . . Gross, Jerome . . . Gwathmey. Owen . Haake, Edward C. . . . Haden, XX'alter XXL . . Hague, James R. . . . Hale, H. Bennie ,... Hall, Cleveland E. . .. Hall, Randolph B. . . . Hamner, Earl H., Jr. Harding, George S., Jr. . . Hardman, John INI. . . Harper, Fleming B., Jr Harris, John M. .... . Hart, Frank B., Jr. . . Hatcher, James T., Jr. Hathaway, Robert M. Hayley, Derek ...... Haynes, George G. . . . Heffferman, James D. . Heflin, William N. . . Hepler, William Paul Herndon, Thomas D. Higginbotham, E. L. . 1-Iigginbotham, Don F. . . Hill, Rowland B., Jr. . Holland, Willes D. . . Holleman, Joseph H., Jr. . . . Holloman, H. Curtis . Holt, Douglas M. . . . Horne, Linwood T. . . Horsley, John C. .. Hou h Mac ohnson . I1 . J - Houghton, Robert A. Howell, Wilton Leroy Hubbard, Emmett Lee Hubbard, James E. . . . Hubbard, James F. . . . Huckstep, Julian B. . . Hudson, Harvey L., Jr. Hughes, Rupert S., Jr. S11 NW. Franklin St., Richmond, Va .. 925 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va 2110 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, Va Beulahville,Va . . 1-123 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va Fife,Va 273 Creighton Road, Henrico, Va . . . . . . . . . . .. Edwardsville, Va SouthH1ll,Va . 321 N. 13th Street, Norfolk, Va Schuyler,Va . . . . . . R.F.D., No. 9, Richmond, Va ......... R.F.D. No. 1, Ettrick, Va 1250 Cales Blvd., Portsmouth, Ohio Box42,Dania,Fla 4704 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond, Va . . 4014 Newport St., Richmond, Va . . . Choate Ave., Pleasantville, N. Y 415 N. Cleveland St., Arlington, Va . . . . 337 S. Laurel St., Richmond, Va . . 909 Marge St., Fredericksburg, Va . . 211 Ramsey Ave., Hopewell Va a Jordan M1nes,Va OreBank,Va . . . . Box 684, Alexandria, Va Br1dgeport,W.Va .. . . . 110 N. Broad St., Suffolk, Va . 2818 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va Surry,Va 3140 Parkwood Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . 16 Dundee Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . 625 W. 34th St., Norfolk, Va . ..,. ........... S chuyler, Va . . . . . . . . Box 19-0, Salem, Va Berryv1lle,Va . . . . . . . . . . Box 439, Suffolk, Va Rehaboth,Va . . 2914 Idlewood Ave., Richmond, Va BonAir,Va Ellerson,Va . . . . 3221 Lamb Ave., Richmond, Va . . 3309 Second Ave., Richmond, Va Hunneycutt, James W. . . Imberg, Jerome ...... Irby, Edward C. . . Irby, Moreland R. . . Jacobs, Alexander S. . . . Jacobs, Alvin D. .... . Janson, Lars E. ..... . Janssen, Carl Andrew . . . . . 2114 Rosewood Ave., Richmond . . . . . 2003 North Ave., Richmond Kenbridge . . . 117 N. Crenshaw Ave., Richmond . . . . . . 10 Centre Hill, Petersburg . . .208 N. Jefferson St., Petersburg 2326 N. Military Road, Arlington I cfo Mrs. J. C. Hallinger, 9 1 1 Jarvis, Floyd E., Jr. . . . . Jeffreys, Herndon P. Jennings, Fred A., Jr. . . Jennings, Thomas H. . .. Jett, Henry Lee ...... Jewett, J. Jonathan . . . Johnson, Edward A. . . Johnson, James R. .... . Johnson, James S. .... . . Johnson, Samuel Linden . Jones Arthur Leake ..,. Jones Benjamin T. . . . . Jones, Bertram A. . . Jones Cecil F. . .. Jones Clarence B. . . . . Jones Linwood G. . . . Jones Raymond E. . . . Jordan, Hildred D. . . . Jurgens, Charles D. . . Kantor, Leonard J. .... . Kardian, Richard William Katz, Maxwell D. .... . A ' ' ' ' I 231 Hanover St., Gettysburg, 3609 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va Chase C1ty,Va . . . 3124 Woodcliff Ave., Richmond, Va Appomattox,Va Reedv1lle,Va . Route No. 9, Box 200, Richmond, Va ........ 510 N. Ivy St., Arlington, Va . . . . 1248 Westover Ave., Norfolk, Va . . . . No. 3 Poe Street, Richmond Va Harper'sFerry,WiVa . . 4012 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . 3902 Dover Road, Richmond, Va .. 610 W. 26th Street, Richmond, Va . . 3512 Enslow Avenue, Richmond Va 9 ....................Pendleton,N.C . 3087 Midlothian Pike, Richmond, Va . . 2134 Jefiferson St., Bluefield, W. Va . . . . 615 W. 26th Street, Richmond, Va Bon Air,Va . 276 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y . . . . . . 823 Hull Street, Richmond, Va . . . . . 67 Cedar Ave., Montclair, N. J Keefer, David E. .... . Kellam, Albert S., Jr. . . . Kellison, James Bruce .. Kent, Joe Francis, Jr. . . Kent, Robert Lee .... Keppler, Philip .... Kessler, Wilbur M. . . Keyser, Hugh L. King, Casper S. ..... . King, Henry Eugene . . 116 W. Linden Ave., Alexandria . . . . . . . . R.F.D. No. 3, Richmond Dumfries ......... R.F.D. No. 12, Richmond . 3012 Kensington Ave., Richmond 1401 Wilmington Ave., Richmond . . . . 3211 Fendall Ave., Richmond .. . 3127 Garland Ave., Richmond . . . . 705 Church St., Lynchburg . .............. Wilmington llllnlllnllluuunulllInIIIIIInlIInllullllllullulnlll nlIlIIIInIIInIInluIuilunllnlnunnuun ,,III,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., OTH nu iili ilir lrll - + 03011 ull ml-Ago COMPLIMENTS OF The Hudson Bailey Paint Co. BAILEYS z COMPLIMENTS OF B. BRAUER'S SONS DEALERS IN CHOICE MEATS if PAIN FS - VARNISH - ENAMELS SIXTH STREET MARKET DIAL 5-5528 g RICHMOND, VA. DIAL 2-6318 E RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 2 -f.- iiii .,.. . .i 4- .... .... .... I . . --E 1-If 1'1r rr-r - -1- I-'I 11'1 -r-1 - I-1- Compiimezfzts of A. T. MASSEY COAL COMPANY, INC. RIoIIIvIoNIJ, VIRGINIA .i.. .... .... . .i.-.... f182il x C01llll7II11lQl1f5 of 1 Q L. H. JENKINS, INC. I Book IVIANUEACTUIIERS RICHMOND VIRGINIA I I+ u n King, Thomas E. .... . King, William C., jr. . . Kingery, Charles F. . . . . Kinsey, Eugene E., jr. . . Kinsey, Ralph E. .... . Klaffky, Richard C. . . . . Klein, Edward M. .... . Knight, William I., jr. . Knox, Thomas B. .... . Krause, Charles W. . . . . Kronenbitter, Robert P. . Laird, Douglas W. . . . . LaLuna, Generoso J. . . . Marlinton,W.Va . . . 5811 Lakeside Ave., Richmond, Va Rocky Mount,Va . . . . . 3920 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . 2817 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . 83 Prospect St., Huntington, N. Y . . . . . 751 Cleveland Ave., Bridgeport, Conn . . ..... 824 W. 29th Street, Richmond, Va .. . 15 Northfield Plaza, Northfield, N. ,I . .. . 1906 Sherwood Ave., Baltimore, Md . . . . 177 Glenwood Ave., Leonia, N. I . . 110 N. Boulevard, Richmond, Va . . . . . 17 Liberty Ave., Ossining, N. Y Langford, William E., jr. ....,. 4219 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va Lankford, Vernon T. . . . Laurinaitis, Francis I. . . . Lawler, Courtney F. . . Lawrence, Robert S. . . . . Leake, Hunter T., Jr. . . Leaming, Hugo P. . . . Leath, Thomas H. .... . Bloxom,Va Silver Creek P.O., New Philadelphia, Pa . . . . . . 6121f3 Church St., Clifton Forge, Va . . . . . 4317 Hanover Ave., Richmond Va 1 . . . 408 N. Meadow St., Richmond, Va . . . . 2111 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . 3866 Fauquier Ave., Richmond Va 9 Lee, Frank H. .............. 3212 Kensington Ave., Richmond Va 9 Lester, Thomas Graham, jr. ...... 605 W. Cary Street, Richmond Va Lockey, William H., Jr. Long, Robert C. ...... . Long, Alvin P. .......... . Longaker, Horace G., Jr. Loomer, Elvin Cofer Lovenstein, Irvin ...... Lowery, Richard W. . . . Lowry, Mann T. ..... . Luck, William T., Jr. . . Ludlam, William F. . . 9 .. . 1508 Palm ra Ave Richmond, Va Y -1 . . 21102 Fifth Avenue, Richmond, Va . . . . . . 102 College Road, Henrico, Va . . .315 59th Street, Newport News, Va Smithfield Va . . 221 East York Street, Savannah, Ga . ..... R.F.D., Box 33-a, Halifax, Va Beaverdam,Va . . . 1525 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va ........................GlenAllen,Va Lumpkin, Robert J. .............. 3125 Griffin Ave., Richmond Va Lumscien, Virgil M., Jr. . Lusby, F. Stanley ...... v .1101 E. Brookland Pk. Blvd., Richmond Va 5 . . . . . . . . 1627 N. Adams St., Arlington ' , Va Luttrell, Oscar E., jr. ............ 4609 Asbury Ave., Baltimore, Mid Macllwaine, W. A. . . . . MacKenzie, William A., Ir. .................. . . . . . . . 4112 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va Roadstown, N. J. MacKinlay, Donald A. . ..... 23 Waller Ave., White Plains, N. Y MCCammon, Samuel D., -Ir. . . . . . 10 Dundee Ave., Richmond, Va McClanahan, Berry J. ..... ........ R oute 5, Richmond, Va. McClaren, Samuel L. .. McClure, William W. . . McLeod, Wilmore R. . . . McVay, Thomas H., jr. Mabry, jesse H., jr. .... . Malay, Richard E. . . . . Mallery, William C. . . . Mallory, D. Walton, jr. Manahan, Harold L. . . . Manley, Jack Hamilton . Mann, Frank W., -Ir. . . Marable, Dallace . . Mardan, Omar ....... Martin, M. Bruce ..... Martin, Theodore T., jr. Mason, Philip B. ....... . Matthews, Orville C., jr. Matrox, Conrad B. . . . . Mears, William VI. .... . Metzger, William H., jr. . Michaelson, Joseph B. . . . . Miles, Carroll E. ..... . Miller, Alvin H. . .. Miller, George K. . . Miller -Ierry G. ..... . Millerl Louis F. ...... . Miller, William E., jr. . Miller, William F. . .. Millhiser, Kennith . . . Milling, Bert W. .... . Mills, Carroll W. .... . Mitchell, Stephen L., Jr. Mitler, Milton D. .... . Moffett, Brooke M. . . . Moncure, Richard C. L. Mooney, Ernest W., Jr. Moore, Howard W. . . . Moran, Bernard V., -Ir. . Morgan, Charles A., jr. Morgan, James P. .... . Moseley, William V., ,Ir Moses, Charles A. .... . Motley, Charles G. . . . llllllIIllllIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllll llll llIllllllllulullnlllluulllulluluullulllllllllllllll IllIIllIInIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll Summit,Va 3315 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va ......................GlenAllen Va 1 . . . . 1030 Hanover Ave., Norfolk, Va moo Huntington Ave., Newport News, Va . . 2806 Du Pont Circle, Richmond, Va . . . 2704 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va . . 4014 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va .. .. . . . . . R.F.D. No. 10, Richmond Va v ........... P.O. Box 382, Buchanan Va 1 . . . 1722 Wilmington Ave., Richmond Va ..1 1 24 Thirtieth Street, Newport News, Va . . . . . 3135 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va Lanexa,Va . . . . . 405 Georgia Court, Towson, Md . . . . 136 Greenbriar Ave., Hampton, Va HotSprings,Va Gretna,Va . . . . 2702 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va . . 326 Roseneath Road, Richmond, Va . . . . . . 3124 Park Ave., Richmond, Va . 206 Claiborne Ave., Rocky Mount, Va Lockl1es,Va 5 York Street, Richmond, Va . . . . 1103 Kenmore Ave., Richmond Va a . . . . 2708 East Broad St., Richmond Va 1 . . . . . 3206 Griffin Ave., Richmond, Va Old Boston Post Road, Madison, Conn ........ R.F.D. No. 9, Richmond, Va . . . . . . 101 Beverly Court, Mobile, Ala . . 3424 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va . . , . . . . 605 Watt Street, Martinsville, Va 276 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y Washington,Va . . 111 N. Plum Street, Richmond, Va . 225 LaFayette Ave., Petersburg, Va . . 3208 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . 233 Franklin St., Petersburg, Va Rockville,Va . . . . . 1100 Broad Street, Altavista, Va . 4009 Chevy Chase St., Richmond Va 1 . . 2036 E. Main Street, Richmond, Va . 2914 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va lm lm- gfgn ml ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , , , , ,,,, nl, ,,,, nu nn-U10 :fin ml ,P Q HRABHEORA Morton G. Thalhimer, Inc. 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Lederer, Dorothy ............ 278 Primrose Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Leslie, Nancy .......,......................... Tazewell, Va. Levin, Leah ........ Levine, Ethel ...... Lewis, Barbara .. Lewis, Harriett . . . Lide, Margaret .... Lilly, Anne ...... Lobban, Kathleen . . . Lubasch, Nancy . . . Lum, Natalie ...., Lynch, Kathleen . . Macdonald, Helen . . MacMurtry, Elizabeth Maire, Jayne ....... Maris, Ruth ....... Masters, Nancy . . . Maxwell, Santa . . . Mayo, Virginia .,.. McAuley, Evelyn . . . McDonough, Lucy .. McElroy, Anne ..... McPherson, Margaret Mercer, Martha Ann Miller, Christy Lou . Mills, Doris ....... Milne, Phyllis .... Monroe, Dorothy . . . Moss, Ada ....... Muldowney, Rita . . . Levene, Vera .... Babylon Turnpike, Opp. Grand Ave., Freeport, N. Y. . . . . . . 23 S. Mallory St., Phoebus, Va. 2001 Idlewood Ave., Richmond, Va. .. . 1115 Magnolia Ave., Norfolk, Va. . . . 3112 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. ..... 421 S. Coit St., Florence, S. C. . . 1326 Augusta St., Bluefield, W. Va. ... 3321 North Ave., . . 347 Seymour Ave., .. . 1731 Brandon Ave., . . . . . Route 9, Box 10, . . 501 N. Boulevard, .. . 331 Cabot Street, Richmond, Va. Newark, N. J. Petersburg, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va Beverly, Mass. . . . . . Georgia Ave., Silver Spring, Md . . 22 Maxwell Road, Richmond, Va 14 Williams Lane, Chevy Chase, Md. . 503 W. Union Blvd., . . 3908 Hanover Ave., .. . 2822 Hanes Ave., . , . , 2939 Brook Road, . 3110 E. Marshall St., Bethlehem, Pa Scottsville, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va . . . . . 103 West Road, Portsmouth, Va . . . . . 4107 Park Ave., Richmond, Va .. . 4812 Fulton Street, Richmond, Va . . . 465 E. Saddle River Road, Ridgewood, N. J . 405 Shenandoah St., Portsmouth, Va 3123 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va . . . 3428 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va Kibler, Elizabeth ...... . ............................ Luray, Va Muller, Elizabeth . . . ...... 97 Whaley St., Freeport, N. Y Kirkpatrick, Elizabeth . . ..... 609 E. Main Street, Lexington, Va Mumma, Kathryn . . . 261 Standish Road, Merion Station, Pa Kirkwood, Lois .... 1029 Jamestown Crescent, Norfolk, Va Kirwan, Patricia . . . . . 3525 Newland Road, Baltimore, Md Nicholas, Virginia . . . . 1007 North 35th St., Richmond, Va Koltukian, Rose .... . . . 6105 Howard Road, Richmond, Va Nichols, Virginia . . . ....................... Clover, Va Krug, Barbara . . . . . . 418 S. Sheppard St., Richmond, Va. Norris, Grace .... . . 4230 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va 'lv' "" "H-'I' 'I"' "" I--I -I--'P a fo-od PLEDGE OF QUALITY We pledge that PET ICE CREAM is made always of pure, fresh, whole milk and pure, fresh, sweet cream. The fruits, nuts and flavors used are the best obtainable. Constant vigilance is exercised at all times to make PET ICE CREAM the highest stand- ard of quality. PET DAIRY PRODUCTS COMPANY RICHMOND, VIRGINIA DAVENPORT INSURANCE CORPORATION . 2 3 NSURANCE J ALL LINES QUICK BINDING SERVICE WORLD WIDE 2 x 0 I CALL 2-1671 ,Q I 0 2 1113-15 E. 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Va . , . . 1010 West 45th Street, Richmond, . . . . . 108 Tonbridge Road, Richmond Va. 77 Princeton Ave., Garden City, N. Y. Peters, Wilmer ...... Petzinger, Betty Ann . . . Phillips, Ruth ........ Pitt, Virginia Cullen .... Plumlee, Charlotte Anne . . Poteat, Elizabeth ........ Poteat Priscilla ...... Priddy, LaVerne ...... Purcell, Martha Anne .... Quinn, Dorothy . . . . Ramkey, Jean ........... Rice, Elizabeth ............... Ridgeley, Helen ......... Robinson, Nancy . . . . . Rosenbaum, Alma . . . Rowland, Lowaita .... 1504 jefferson St., Bluefield, W., 504 Shenandoah St., Portsmouth Waverlyi Va Va Va 3918 Park Ave., Richmond 3436 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va . .27105 W. Lake Road, Bay Village, Ohio Crozer Seminary, Chester, 304 S. Pine St., .... 1423 Park Ave., 1523 National St., . 4218 Chamberlayne Ave., 3207 Seminary Ave., Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Pa Va Va Va Va , Va Richards, Betty Anne, 16-08 Manchester Lane, N.W., Washington, D. C. Lincoln University, Pa. . .607 E. Thornapple St., Chevy Chase, Md 503 N. Addison St., Richmond, Va 9 Guernsey Ave., Abington, Penna Saar, Nancy ...... Sanders, Norma . . . Sanderson, Kathleen , . . . . . . . 2025 Avenue L., Fort Madison, Iowa . . . . . . . . . . . . .426 Roslyn Ave., Petersburg, Va. . . . . R. F. D. No. 13, Parham Rd., Richmond, Va. z Smethurst, Phyllis . Smith, Anne ..... Smith, Josephine . . . Smith, Mary Lee . .. Smith, Phyllis .... Sprott, Lillian .... Steadman, Anne .... Stern, Ruth ....... Sutton, Constance . Thayer, May ..... Thomas, Charlotte . Thomas, Maree . . . Thompson, Virginia Tiller, Juanita .... Tucker, Anne Byrd Tucker, Martha . . . Tucker, Mary Ellen Twombly, Ann ..., Tyler, Gloria ..... Van Ness, Ruth . . . Vaschak, Mary Ann Vest, Inez ......... Vicars, Margaret .. Waddill, Marianne Walker, Annie Loie Walters, Louise . . . Walton, Wanda .... Ward, Betty JO . . . Warner, Mary Moore .... 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Y. . , . . . . 155 ,Iennette Drive, Youngstown, Ohio . ....... 411 W. 24th St., Richmond, Va. . . . . . 652 Pine Ave., Waynesboro, Va. . . ...... 4300 Brook Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . . 2805 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 2008 Lamb Ave., Richmond, Va. . ................ Purcellville, Va. . . . . Casa Grande, Ariz. . . . . . . . . . . . . Mount Victoria, Md. . , . ..,................... Victoria, Va. .. . ...... 47 Fruehauf Ave., Snyder, N. Y. White, Nell ............ ............ C aixz 184, Bahia, Brazil Whitehorne, Elizabeth ...... 3141 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va. Schott, Ilse .......................... 131 Ocean St., Lynn, Mass Wicker, Lila .......... .... 1 207 Confederate Ave., Richmond Scruggs, Nancy . . . . . 500 Kensington Ave., Roanoke, Va Wiley, Louise ......... . . .3222 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Seav, Ann ..... ................. W ilmington, Va Wilkinson, Elizabeth .. .................. 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