University of Richmond - Web Yearbook (Richmond, VA)

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Manage' PHILLIP RAY HART - f : z'li?aa ' - T - , 'I 'fs' rl 7 l Q.,,,mq Many long hours of planning and toil have been spent in the compilation of this book, the 1945 WEB. We have worked under many and varied difficulties, yet the eternal spirit of the University of Richmond coupled with the splendid cooperation received from the entire student body has made possible the presentation of this voluime. This year college life has not had all its customary gaiety and carefree activities to fill vacant moments. However, there have been events which we can recall-those which have enriched our thoughts, kindled and strengthened glowing friendships, and incited us toward higher and nobler goals. The 1945 WEB attempts to preserve for you, the Seniors, a picture of the most important happenings, the quiet scenes of an unforgettable campus, and some of the "little things" that impressed you with an intangible joy within. Messages echoing from lands over the world assure us of the peace of mind inculcated by these memories. Character has been developed hereg spiritual minds and physical bodies have been enlightened, and warm friendships have been kindled. Above the noise and turmoil of our campus has often been heard the calm and dignified voice of one who has devoted the greatest number of the years of his life toward success- ful guidance of the student body and faculty of the University of Richmond. With a feeling of gratitude and pride, the staff is honored to dedicate this volume of the WEB to one who has served loyally and untiringly as president of his Alma Mater, 1945 mark- ing the fiftieth year of his service, a great American educator, friend, and counselor, Dr. Frederic W. Boatwright.-THE EDITOR. i SAX e icafion FREDERIC WILLIAM BOATWRIGHT, M.A., LL.D Prefiafent UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND e Cl minisffzafion DR. FREDERIC W. BOATWRIGHT Proficient, U nloerfizfy of Riclomoml MALCOLM RAY DOUBLES Dean, T. C. Willimm Scloool of Law 7?2f3f1.,, q", '-If ' . 'if 1'f EN..-gf' ,' . f' Ji l3i55?Zqx. 7, ?"4'!i?'5 - - ' 2 , ,,., ff.. fi L .4...A -. :JA-22'-' .ec-330.2-A 1 -, A V -ffwr., -. -me-1 25'-4'-w,-15 , A X ' c I A . , f1,, 'NP" z.cmfc-' . 'fgfsix-?'112zE:1"m1a,,,-'WV ,Q .fi ,- .9 -A swf :ja we f w i - -.4594 QW- c -ws., --ff-E, fgmyw:.:awf,mvx- Q, A AE - -' . amy , 4 . EX aw. .W 0 ,ff , J. from L g? .-123.1 1f,5.L.:g. , M' Q 3,9 . pg. E, Q-,, ,-, , is A -., 1 'I ,- A . WL MQ.. . . 4.- vi, A , . .1 .W AI-fZ, . . Qffi ,gf - 4545 5 A f R - ' - "" I ,-.f:cv'.+,,hh:p:,: . .. . 4 . .,., 5. .:.,,.,...,.. ......,.. , , ,.., . .. 1532Sw...',i-:Th-'im'-all " 4. 5 - ff ' 'lf'-' ff " u E - X' if " 4 7' riff , ffffl. 9' -.-21: f 'P' -Ly '- ' . -my H325-AJ.. - 4 ' Ac ' f., MAY L. KELLER Dean, Wefthamptofz College E43 LT. 1. H. NEVILLE Commancling Ojjzicer Unlzfewity of Riclmzofzd V-12 Unit BENJAMIN C. HOLTZCLAW Acting Dean, Richmond College FACULTY. Top ww: Beverly jones, H. Franklin, Solon B. Cousins, Alton W. Williams, Robert F. Smart, Charles H. Wheeler, III, Henry H. Fuchs, Robert E. Loving, Herman P. Thomas. Second row: Paul S. Siegel, E. Sherman Grable, Francis B. Key, Merton E. Carver, George M. Modlin, Francis Ghigo, Samuel C. Mitchell, William L. Prince, Garnett Ryland, Malcolm U. Pitt, Stanton Pierce, William F. Caylor. Third row: Rolvix Harlan, William Gaines, Leroy Babcock, W. B. Hackley, Ralph C. McDanel, Milton Hitt, Robert E. Gaines, Benjamin C. Holtzclaw, Edward C. Peple, Samuel W. Stevenson. Fourth row: Caroline S. Lutz, jean Gray Wright, Maude H. Woodfin, Isabel Harris, Margaret T. Rudd, May L. Keller, Marjorie Rivenburg, Margaret L. Ross, Susan M. Lough, Edith M. Harker, Pauline Turnbull. A LANGUAGES AND FINE ARTS JEANNE BEGIEN CAMPBELL, Instructor in Art WILLIAM F. CAYLOR, Associate Professor of Spanish HENRY H. FUCHS, Professor of Musical Theory WILLIAM j. GAINES, Professor of Romance Languages EDITH M. HARKER, Professor of Musical Theory FRANCIS GHIGO, Assistant Professor of Spanish W, B. HACKLEY, Professor of Latin and Greek CAROLINE S. LUTZ, Professor of English EDWARD C. PEPLE, Assistant Professor of English SCIENCES CHARLES L. ALBRIGHT, Professor of Physics LEROY BABCOCK, Assistant Professor of Mathematics ROBERT E. GAINES, Professor of Mathematics E. SHERMAN GRABLE, Instructor in Mathematics ISABEL HARRIS, Assistant Professor of Mathematics MILTON HITT, Instructor in Mathematics BEVERLY JONES, Assistant Professor of Biology FRANCES B. KEY, Instructor in Mathematics ROBERT E. LOVING, Professor of Physics W. SCHUYLER MILLER, Acting Professor of Chemistry MARSHALL 1. MCNEAL, Acting Professor of Mathematics I. STANTON PIERCE, Associate Professor of Chemistry GARNETT RYLAND, Professor of Chemistry ROBERT F. SMART, Professor of Biology CHARLES H. WHEELER, III, Professor of Mathematics 5 MARJORIE RIVENBURG, Assistant Professor Of Latin MARGARET L. ROSS, Associate Professor of English MARGARET T. RUDD, Assistant Professor of Spanish SAMUEL W. STEVENSON, Professor of English PAULINE TURNBULL, Associate Professor of Latin and Registrar ALTON W. WILLIAMS, Assistant Professor of English in Charge Of Drama JEAN GRAY WRIGHT, Professor of French SOCIAL SCIENCES MERTON E. CARVER, Associate Professor of Psychology and Sociology SOLON B. COUSINS, Professor of Bible FANNY G. CRENSHAW, Director of Athletics JAMES H. FRANKLIN, Professor of Bible ROLVIX HARLAN, Professor of Sociology and Social Ethics SUSAN M. LOUGH, Professor of History RALPH C. MCDANEL, Professor of History SAMUEL C. MITCHELL, Professor of History GEORGE M. MODLIN, Professor of Economics MALCOLM U. PITT, Director of Athletics WILLIAM L. PRINCE, Professor of Education PAUL S. SEIGAL, Assistant Professor of Psychology HERMAN P. THOMAS, Professor of Economics GENE R. WOODFIN, Instructor in Physical Education MAUDE H. WOODFIN, Associate Professor of History Q W - B , X: , 'gn , ,- X Je? , QQZZY ' 'nh I fig' B x A 5 . ga fy' X kj I ' Ni J E ' " in 3 30 in fm? ,gt , Dgu, rp - XXX Q , f 1 ev.-'N 1 Q- W4 IA, ls wx 1' 0 I N X y it ,N l t l X IN MEMGRIAM ni' With you a part of me hath passed away, For in the peopled forest of my mind A tree made leofless by this wintry wind Shall never don again its green array. Chapel and fireside, country road and loay, Have something of their friendliness resigned, Another, if l would, I could not find, And I am grown much older in a day. But yet l treasure in my memory Your gift of charity, and young hearts' ease, And the dear honor of your arnttyg For these once mine, my life is rich with these. And l scarce know which part may greater be- What I keep of you, or you rob of me. -George Santayana. From the book entitled "Poems" by George San- tayana. Reprinted by per- mission of Charles Scrib- e' 'ff .i.. Li -5 , if -::,g,,, ' i tfi ' V f5l ily t ' r I , J . BENTLEY t if tx .- . T. C. Wrllrams School of Law 1935-38 W. in-lf: --JE X5,SI " li -Oli 1 S 4 Copguright, C07 'rLir1Z l twlioa 0 S' ERNEST HERBERT DERVISHIAN, LLB Richmond College 1933-35 Congrerriomzl Medal of H 0n01' Wizzzzef' The tuture 15 yours. Your preparation will be adequate.HThe oppor- turuty to make and keep a better world lies before you. 7 -Lt. Ernest H. Dervishtan. l Zlltna ater fits Qlma jlltlater, gracious mother, Qlma jllllater, grarious mother, ftEher green fb? Pine:rlao hills, Thou our mother thro' long years Glitter green thy stneetest mem'ry: 3Keep our hearts tnithin thy bosom, jfor a thousano hearts it fills! Share tore'er our joys anh tearsg Glftlie, thy rhiloren, sons of ilkirhmono, while gray hours flit on together, Eloyal to the former bays, let not fail the light of truthg Sing tne notn thy future blessings: Quart: tnith jealous rare the right itkaise a mighty song of praise, ZBla5on'o on the souls of youth. ftEhorus Qlfo ilkirhmomo, then, our song tue sing, Glo Birhmono all our praises bring, illlay highest honor, truth ano fame, Be neher hanisheo from her nameg may highest honor, truth ano fame, Ee neher laanisheo from her nameg QBur Qlma illlater, gracious mother, Glo thee me sing. Westlaafnpton College Formal Garden 1 1 1 N l 1 l 3 1 2 5 i Y P i 1 i E r i Y i r 5 l l L Harry Webster Balolwin, lr. "Pete" IRWIN, VIRGINIA Applirmzz for B.A. Degree Alpha Delta S, C. Mitchell Literary Society, 3, 4, President, 35 Ministerial Association, 3, 4. Melvin loel Bradshaw FRANKLIN, VIRGINIA Applimfzt for BA. Degree Alpha Delta Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- legesg Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 2, Forensic Council, 4, Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, President, 4, YMCA Cabinet, Secretary, 3, Treasurer, 4, Bap- tist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, Vice- President, 4. Ollen df' loseplgi, Powhatan Cox ,ref X n,f" '.:l'ChIef, mr Mr ' GoRDoNsyILLE,VIIIGINIA L xx ' rtffl BX Bf.7If'Degree 'Dx--..,.l,,,..,f2"Q'A 'PHS' -. f -X J1leIe'f:tf.Ch1 lv K -fry. ,, t Jfjl PI Deltiulipsrlon, ,,BasebaL,4e:ilX, 2,f'f'raclc,f ls., Intrarnu'refIsf'l, 2, 3,l P 1' ' Cillegjfzlnr' 'Fraterrglt.y...EditoT, lx Sports Editor ,,4""' ,ilologian - ,kljilgerary Society'1 Bep iwre to Forensic Couifcil, Zgllrcef feaicienrj' 5g,,GfIee,,,g,i111i3,,rMz, I-Y. ff Business, Manager,'e4QQo'llege ,, choir, 1,32 3,,Y'iVIQ1A,lCgbi5etf'i 15 4 MIQI-sfefQm,wdwqz, 51-aff 4 ,X 'c'i Y Xe fi' ,ij ff 1 I l Parisi-. --f Xie- fame- -4...,,,Nm M J lp' j ,J ,,fPHi11ip-'Bay gf' Qi' .. ,q..,,,iY,:A,Yung-jumMf4k-Whit., J X ,iphiln ,,,-- We ,,W,,,f i ,,lw,f,,,,.5...-a. ,L-IDEisIDRbN,'Vmelfziiti-ai , vixxxil,-,,.ff-"""-P'-'F E ,llvwfiluazflftiiiffiizrii 'I is-ex I l A I ,,, riqerachi- ,,-s In ,z l M Boqer Leonard Harris "Fuzzy,' BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA Applimnl for BA. Degree Kappa Sigma Transfer from Bluefield College. Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 4, University Players, 4, Choir, 3, 4, Psychology Club, 4, Inter- fraternity Council, 33 Glee Club 33 YMCA Cabinet, 4. 9 W., N xx Jadrrf X x ,fffff ' A l0 N Il lf Biehard Everett YQifk'Qfi" 'N X RICHMON5,'YIRGINfKX XX X, li X1 fl N, . X Appli nt fo B.AT'XDeg'eeX fx cu 11' X fx," X Merfenger, Richmond Colleg X Editor, 4, Dean's List.N J I Delta S 'X 3 1Ce 3, D 4. , 5' -- 1 OH S, 1 45 s I l l 'I l I I I I-Iorold Lloyd Flax fxtx "Glue Fingers" ,X xl' P1j7pl1c4QQf,,jfo,1' BMI, Degre N Intra-miIgils,,2,,3?'5XZTi'B"-Qi"rcula- X 'mtion Manager, Zh, Cdlfeyma Re- X, p6Tt'ei:,"'2 ,QT Ricliniiormli Goflege X , X15d,fi,f,...i43-'t4y1gye,, 5,1 Bug,,m55ig.xN Xxx Stephen Wilson Glover 3 5 TPQQ9 Lttegifvr-,git -X "Steve" e-bggifgsiicwffgiiq 'igjiyei XX. X X-,L RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Xxx! xxx 'lx Xxiybscxgf,-gljvjilicani for BA. Degree ,-A,,"xFfQ-R XY, Pty: X ft, Pl'i'iXBeta Kappa, Ministerial X, lx Q Association, Dean's List. 'kj' "'-'75 bf - XX , lx XN,:f2N.,N wiyhxjyi xxx If K NX xlfjlg 'xsffil K li l X XX f?'iSE'iLSiik !b,.,-ilifii ix lx X X IX X . I l, I 5 iz'-3i"e',7"M'7'TT, 5 I I I l fu' 'I 1' I , 1 kf.r .J.g'i,.1"iICeuQ-yi I X X I I l l ,53?'3lJi'e--f. -i "'i '-fi"A' ---ef--Q'..a..-L -gljsmmalmbumt Vfiioiiyia 1 r I, K, .I U H p.Nfipitrzar'fefat.eef?2rrf' f I i Buddy -T.,',?t1'3f"' '-" I.,-'X--ff f' J fTNT'Tx7L.L-,T RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Gammqaei , f -NN, , -s,,g,,,,f'?-, fvg--Q-ea f fflifffwffffvv-4'-Ligaafq ff ,micro ea ac, 'os ,f 1 . ,G TWQta33iisnong?h4'ent5i?iPArriei'if p Phi Alpha jf XPBB-fp , emhsfn Lf Q? OA! ,f Band,1 25-Fifi erfraternila Coun- -,.:.ulIcat5,eIf1s, .Zf Iqlpnor foun- E-A, - ff' ' ' , ol 75,61 6, ,if , I sycr1,f'j,f'ChemIstry CLu'b, 2, 3, U' 'fn 331 xafyf .9-la C mistry Honors, ntermediate ..Afif2 I , I , - I 1.-YK' , , - 1 ta 1 Qt 3 S11 Oglfm Honors, Dfgans List. TQ, Presidfe t, ,"F,orerI,sic-V oun- zacil Psye O 'yKXQLUilf3L I - ' terfxratternitytkq ' oimefl, 2, 33 B - ,ri-sr 8 udenrugrian, I, 2, 3,,fIi'fIm- istel,i-aff-3325-oiciation, , Z, 3, dlCfA,, , Treasurf, 2, Presi- dent ,'3, Presiden, Phi Gamma fDelta, 3, ,Deans List. Llira-.f"'-,S Hxyf VP- ,af If ry 321 Ice Qzyin N ll David I. Grreenburq "Dave" RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnt for B.S, Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Honor Council, 3, Student Government, Secretary, 3, Treasurer Sophomore Class, 2, Freshman Track, 1, WEB Staff, 33 S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 1, Treasurer, 2, Presi- dent, 3, Radio Guild, 1, 2, Chemistry Club, 3, Intermediate Honors, Dean's List. Norman Richard Long LOUISA, VIRGINIA Applicant! for BA. Degree Alpha Delta Tau Kappa Alpha, Student Gov- ernment, 3, Honor Council, Sec- retary, 3, WEB, Organizations Editor, 3, Mu Sigma Rho Liter- ary Society, Vice-President, 3, Debate Team, 33 Glee Club, 3, Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, YMCA Cabinet, 3. Ioel William Harriett .I 106, EL Paso, TEXAS Applimfzl for BA. Degree Phi Alpha Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, Tau Kappa Alpha, Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, Stu- dent Government, Board of Publications, 2, Athletic Repre- sentative, 3, President, 4, Honor Council, 3, 4, Varsity Tennis Team, 1, 2, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, WEB, Co-Sports Editor, 33 Collegian Sports Editor, 33 Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 4, Forensic Council, 4, Debate Team, Captain, 3, 4, Interfra- ternity Council, 3, 4, President Phi Alpha, 3, 4. Meilcolm Bruce Moirtin RICHMOND, VIRQINIA Applimzzl for B.S. Degree Theta Chi Intramural Athletics, 2, 3, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, 1, 2, Vice-President, 33 Chemistry ' Club, 2, 3, Intermediate Honors, Dean's List. Omcir Vom Walkup Moirolom UO V ., RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.S. Degree Sigma Phi Epsilon Omicron Delta Kappa, Presi- dent, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, Cheer Leader, 2, 3, 4, Univer- sity Players, 2, 3, 4, Collegian, 1, 2, Richmond College Editor, 3, Editor-in-Chief, 4, President, Harlequin Club, 3g Interfrater- nity Dance Committee, 3, Inter- fraternity Council, 3, Manager, Basketball Team, 4, Intra- murals, Chemistry Club, Who's Who Among Students in Amer- ican Universities and Colleges, President, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 3. luliot1'1,,HpWell Pentecost ,iff 5TE'e'-c 1, Egger I in ny--.DHNM-gif, LAWRENCE ,N ,f i m ax S1O'1'1 f gf P , Fifa, o iCfo5..DeI.iaficapga,,ivr,oe1raf X Willi ' 9S'l"'1'llN'7l5,Cf6'l:'1TT'Gf'v 'RX M,-'fElT3L9H'S XWlX1'ifWHQ Among 1- - ,, St nts i fY'niericanflUniveI's1- ICQMOND, IRGINI mm , ec tary, v.-ff' Q onor fi fx f con- 'I "1 fmzjl , , I , riciuk , ntr ura s, 1 , APgften .,TQeglie jf 56 43 WEB CO?Sgg3f9g,EdifOEgr24Zf Phi Gamma Deltair-I-, ,fisusivess stages, lvyr si,gimfRi1Q,,, Va sity Tennis, 2, 3' Che istr PDQ'-,fig Seetetary, Q,NP,1:es1dent,'H3,,,Psyf f' Y L -. f . . ,. ,.,,"' Club 3, Harlequin Clublf3, Iri- ' N',eholQgyfCflut3,,'3BEQ6znsic'Ccgukxgj X Efaemmdwpii, an f ai, sffweaprisi sgriaefgqffinioii, gf M, i If 'Ytcc Trea,..s'i1rer,i2jr-51,XIvQnis e1'iEl,As5,,5v, X i l aesoqiamrif i, 21 agieaivrcafeabijga- 5 Lee., , ,l , I ,I neg, 2, ,saeremy,ff,3yczpinmggigea, ,ji 1i-...e12gB-eiieifilglg,,rj3QQQifg?37f5g2gs3 ,ff , j 5 I , gh, le-. LW?---ff . ff 2 t...w-+A--e+HMf,' y ,yi Nix M,,,KermethWl:e'i'Stg11tttE N i I y k3f..:f,,f" wXJf,, tf,fi,,,g I' ,snuiryf ,,.,i.-ff 4, , A, ,efx tai, ,,f JRbnS'iAgTv'i'iitR X ly XX 1,541 I i," I ,QQ . f N f' 4, App' ami for BA. D gfleel Vl,,f-'CK XY, iff' X XC?.?h"s . . 1 Eff x Y X -f' Sigma ha Epsi sk. NX X, ff 'wx UXX, ,,.,fNX,Xjf Intrmurals, 1, 2,N3g"lqu Sigma li, SNR i'x,,.f'DX ff'T1X.N fx Rho, 1, 2, 3, Universfity Playegsii 'iff' XXX 'X f,f""XX if ye'-s. Ministerial Associationfli 2, l,,"'X X X, ,fugxxtxx Interfraternity Council, 35D X Xi," ' Ame its List. ' N Wilbur Montgomery Sims "Bill" RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnl for BA. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, 3, 4, Forensic C0ur1Cil, 3, Psychology Club, 4, Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, Intermediate Honors, Dean's List. MQ X so X Mormon Lexhvgoocl Topihesm IlGJ - .J Ap lfhEiP flgxegig X 1 A' 4 '. Transfe 'fwxlflg-lnggdemSydhe!y"" .Colle ,Debate earifx7s4,gS6l,Cf""' iitcllziell Literary bciety,4, fee""h b, 3, 4, Choi a, 3, Ministe ial Associati n, 3, 4. U21 li ,.,.., l7YMCAxCabinQQx1 ,124 ffffiio cl t rEditof, ai' WEB? .- Edward Lee Pitt, Ill lbs, f J XJ Taxi pf I' PINIEXTQJQS, NORTH CARQ,I:lN:'f7is " f "rn - .,..,..-2' X il Xflppliffygl in Bzcrizyff S W-Rx it AZZ?5??nig?azia1I ,ff .,Xw,,Z"'iI'erfhefa,kcIai7,f xx ' xlliallffihf-?ff!0?11'r-139515 iKg5f9llU4.,. ,lc Rupert W. Quaintance, lr. State College, Intranaurals, 253, Nix X M V c,4,?,fWEg Assign Bdsinessxlvmnziji. tk SLATE ILLS, IRGINIA "J-g'5'fT'I33 C'0lL'9gl4'Q Staffs-.R45UlTii hx X Applicant for BA. Degree K Eerfrfilsrnity 2ounciL,,3, 4? ni-"4 -. X , . r7g,e1,?55Dsgr4gXGQfnmiftEef lace, Xxxxxnf .emistry Club, 2, Band, 1, 2, 3. '1,f"PIfesQnt"bf The aefhil-.Frateiv X-wifi ...Qxxlf X Xnity Y XX Xxf ' is X f . If I I -X ., s FIR Jfk R. XEZQ X E,-K XX? ,f xl- Xxzf 1 X X X 72 Xt'-',f"i Xcffi l I .vfxeyfq I, ,ffl ,V ll g X X . If tb,-, lx X, ax .Z X W New Q 'HC' X..1f-fi! RI f-'Exit R X X X X XX Jffffiffld mf 3? .V" ' '., ' ,J-ff 'X . X. X.,,,,g.,-3.-f-"""' he ff' I l ,IILAF4-"v"" 1 l f'.':-Z":'rj,rL+-A--'.mu..',,, I M X IX X i 1 ae 5. ,I 'W-itrbelf ll L K F r' ,y'.XNQffXc'vlp1FQxX?.lxxy' oseph Paul Warqoi ilk alll, lrlf f fx-Xl, "WargO" X FRQIHQH f OPETERSBUIIG, RGIIPIIK' H QL Xf491QicaffQ?:Bi1fD?gielif fl?QQp1iaaa for BA, Dielgfe -I-FX Iac bdiXC val, ha 1 Phi.,NGa .afbfel f C., X. li 0 I f ,Vee M-YOmicroIT' 139115 xIj6ua,fl'Rresi- XFX Y K fminet, 2, 3g L1 Sigma aearsafg PI,I9.eIgafEb5iI6n, , Rimfrifefafy society 1, 23 Treas- ratglent, 3'3fl-Ionbf C?7uHeihfCl'yiFy' urer, 35 De 's List. I agkflviiha eff RQ'-'C213lE'giar2, f-Biisiness Sltaggf N235 Edit , 1' a'65RirrgfBditOI 2 ,Rich .ffrss c' eEditor,3' .C. Mitchell Lit ry Society , 23 Chemistry ,jIa yFrat ditor, 25 f Club, 2, 5, Dean's List. 13 Reynolds Holman Raclcett, lr. "ReyrI'J RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for BS, Degree Kappa Sigma Collegian, Circulation Manager, 4g S. C. Mitchell Literary So- ciety, 3, 4g Biology Club, 4. Charles Lee Williams "Charlie" RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Pi Kappa Alpha Applicant for B.S. Degree Chemistry Club, 35 Igtefme, diate Honorsg Deans' List. Il George Edward Reynolds llEdlI RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Alpha Delta Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, 4 Lillian Wannamaker Belle RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnl f01'B.A. Degree Transfer from Hollins College, Mortar Board, WlIo's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, Chair- man of Wai' Council, 2, 3, De- bate, 2, A. A. Seal Winner, Var- sity and Class Hockey, 2, 5, 4. lacquelin Erie Batten "Jackie" SMITHFIELD, VIRGINIA Applimnz for BJ1, Degree Eta Sigma Phi, Varsity Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4. X-., ff' ,XAIFJX f X f I i4,, Lee Biscoe , ,N x N. zz, xi' ,f ,, ,y X- I XI ,,,,-e"'ji XX iff' lf xx jk X, . I C, X NS-cw V X 'X XE-R X, X jxf Ip, ,A f I X ' rX,,.f ' X If 7 ,ixfi ew, , I fa- ' V X , -C, ,H 4 I 5.17, R I -1,5 ,. ,X C ., . - .,.- X -,..,....,--,..a.ri,a,,.L,,f, I -n4,,,.-S.ff"' L- 1 , ,vexwi . .af-":"' is Vif' l Ann Elizabeth Clark "Pasl'1" New CANTON, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.S. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha, Mortar Board, Presi- dent, 4, Who's Who Among Students in American Universi- ties and Colleges, Class Treas- urer, 3, Chemistry Honors, Chemistry Club, Debate Coun- cil, 1, 2, 3, Nostrae Filiaeg El Picaro, 1, 2, University Players, Intermediate Honors. if J- I I, -- ,fl-,,.. ' If xx xfi .My ,E J .r 2" ff '- Y ,wk .L N 1 fi X :VIS xxx x X ' l liz! if X xii A fx N s , ,.... 3 , - Class 7 4 ' --1 a Appliamz vree lp ,Ruff -,V R-fig x , , sv 'xx XIX, fx! ,J xx Lottie Vera Blanton SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA .N Q A p jr lieafnli fg gi BaA.-Deg1'e?1 jf? I' Trarisfer from,Coi1verse ColleQe3 Psychology Cli1b," iEe2PrQsident, 43 International,Relations Club, 3,3--45gKBaptist Student 'Union .f, ,f 'x ff X -'L-ff '-C5iUHCU1"' L' X X ,f T, Annie Marie Breedlove ' M .1 'i fx, 'Xu PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA ' " . Rf ff I . f' "fA lx XXX 'X Xxx Applimzzt for BS. Degree gf' .f X in R X XX N, , f 'mx fi, t XX xx ,ff XX y ' xilf lx HX Z 7 IX X 3-X71 lf, yf -X' IK XX IX '77-:L LX -XX ,xXs,i::4!j..,XXX X 5' I, A ,,,f',- xx XL J Q51 X, X47-' Y, 31 L wfrff lx! X "IX X1 X. x rf WJ! .X KN 1.1 fx , I I. I xr X I, ,,..ff I . R I I R H I ,f"- 3 - ,-,A,,'--"' 1' ,I . I rr ' ,Q fr' f 3' I K r I I f 4 I l l l l , l I - fe 3,.--Zr--a.'5.L,x, t I tv S ,J ,f f f - fs' Tl, ,,, V mM,M t I f K X ll K .f C" 15,34 I lv -xx r fx! il, ff If "FAX-Mlxs xx A I ,'f'sXX.i ,f ,fiflu Rfvmaness Correa., e -, f f FX ," .f .. -Twf V X ,'A. X I' 1 fsxf X Ruthie I X ' 1-X., .1 W7 ,Lf fl X If fflfthxi lv, ff IlfroNDlL75GJ.NIIy , - . ,A . ,-f ,M ff' XJL y' Appligagzilfii' Bfl, D gree ' ,f 1 I fg, N If Lax A ,aff , ,rj Q ,f ,QQ ffmimfy Cheer L der, Glee -' I ff X ' ff Q ,ff 15:14, ff 461, 33 University players, Sec- X ,fT. - ,f X,-4.',X 47' retary, 43 WE Beauty, 3. "1 " Mx 14,227,- ,LAK ff' Elf Qoris' Colley ' XARiL1N'GfP'ON, VIRG1 A for B, . Degree PlIifBfeta Kappayg' Class Hockey, X 43 Chemistry Club. l lf15l lane Wray Bristow Uglanien RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.S. Degree A. A. Board, 3, 4g Seal Winner. 3, Blazer Winner, 3g V21rSiYY Hockey, 2, 3, Manager, 43 Var- sity ani Class Track, 1, 2, 33 Class Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Varsity and Class Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Lydia Alice Crabtree RIO DE JANERIO, BRAZIL Appliazni for BA. Degree YWCA, 4, Choir, 2, 33 Les Fem- mes Savantes, 1, 2, 3, El Picaro, 2, 3, President, 4. Mary Carter Campbell WASHINGTON, VIRGINIA Applimnl for B.S. Degree Sigma Pi Sigma, 3, 4, College Government, 33 Class President, 43 A. A. Board, 23 Varsity and Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Hockey, 23 Nostrae Filiaeg Ionian Music Club, 33 Glee Club, 1, Choir, 33 University Playersg May Court. l l Mattie Eulalie Edwards "EukieH FARMERS FORK, VIRGINIA Applimflt for BA. Degree Class Secretary, 4, National News Council, 3, 4, International Relations Club, 4, Glee Club, 1, 53 Choir, 1, 2, Ionian Music Club, 1, 2. Ann Greneker Fisher "Fish" RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applicant for B.A. Degree Mortar Board, WEB Staff, 1, 2, University Players, Psychology Club, 4, El Picaro, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 4, Les Femmes Savantes, 1, 2, 3, Treas- urer, 4, Handbook Staff, 4, May Day Chairman, 4. Dot .--..x, fm ,X if "rf-12:5 Audrey Florence Grubin .fS'ATSTi.iAN5I-QQNIO, TEXAS ff X Ne' Phi Beta 521121337-nltrcyczcefr-eezI'1Sif' net ..3efCl1emistr-y.,QLIb 3 ...Aff-A ,wit Counci-l'fg,XPupf:ei:fT5,,Eri ,V ,f Piparcf Intermediate-H-aIT6rs, ' 'ChemisTry Honors.,24l' f ,-f " I f' ' ,f ' t ,.' A --A-r x 5,-,.,f I I, Nmffxw, , X VIRGINQAX if , x M.-fl , A BA. 156 X A if., we-f"' If lrcafrl IUZXJ gif? X' X, .Q X! xt, J national Relat1?TTssClub, 4.1 ,f ,- H, if, , Fx! J," ,x g, f ff wtf' fi f i Xxvili-N .ff ff XX' fl f", ffmix .NX ff' f y KJ' Xu! kfifg me--NM, "7 of jxx. A-M 1"-i!zx,,5N'Fi! If if xx-Vx, JAX-fff Tmffji. 3 ll -..NNW ff' If", KI Xxifls 'ju' A TTimN""aeeeef-e- lA.,.,ri- .W f J -l J ' " Betty BarksdalelLalNso' we T . s f , -l , M4 J-5 A .1 riflerl OUTH BosrQN,,yTIRGIN.1AH,--f ,X , , ,, ss, Wifi 'aff-r"""T"-T-Tlibgplirant for' , I If 1' 'F' Ruth Marie Latimer WASHINGTON, D. C. Applimfzl for B.S. Degree Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- leges, Class Vice-President, 2, Class President, 3, A. A. Board, 3, A. A. President, 4, Varsity and Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Var- sity and Class Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Tennis, Archery Team, 3, 4, University Cheer Leader, 3, 4, Radio Guild, 1, Debate Coun- cil, 2. L T"1,N Mortar Board, 16 H if 'I if 5: I A nf X . , I . . 1 . f w J ""'4n- 9' f' X Y , I' ,T fp., 'X "" X N X f, , , f xx ff. X Q-s Who' R, American X tl!-"NN, I G,,. frxx fm afwfwf ai .X DX .f i',1fS21l'1-ie" f" K fX. X A 2 'X 1' ' Club, 4, National 3, 4, WEB Staff, 3, May l If RIQJQIM oN,D,sVIRGEsI-IAWX ireitzv f X , Varsity and Class HQCISQZ, 1, , 334, 'Vars'i'ty'and Class Biskete-. ballflg IZ?-,574,XVarsityearId C 'ass Track, 512745, '4,1Y,arsity'x ,err-' nis, 5, 4, ArclfeI5L.TeQ1b.5,t,.4.,ef' Blair, 1, Les Femmes Sai-fagltesr-' 2,,f"El Picaro, Sff Nostrae F liae, ' -A. Ajboard, 2. 1 ,J .4 Appzfmfzgfol' rifibajgraarrf iIonia3,nfMusic Club,,f2, Glee Club, ffy len Leot Guthrie , I NAQTHALIE, VIRGINIA If ,lf p I irfrgrrifa Z,,B,.ff1,,,Degr ee"Z7 I in X 'x V CKMCdbi-neetif' errengef lx Staff,--2,.,,jf5xNatlohalN-NeYvs--C9Ifn- I Fil, 2, 4f"DebGtex Coun,eil,X2, X L Ig, emerge-41712-3 Glee'Gl-uti, 5, 45 ,R , , , X, X ,, , 'XR""4rE1"l31Q?f0I Q1-5 X R Ncrtcxlie Edyth Heller C X lx ,f it N X-ss IQ I .. ,, XTC,-,, X51 s.,,yx3yk IX Nat x C,,,.'7 X X A ,f"' X X 'Nfl if QQ ltxxx X Sxourn ORANGE, NEW JERSEY "'N'f'?'7 XJ" 'XX Dig! XXX R,XXX,b'-Edfofqliceznt for Bfl. Degree fvf . ,IX -.Z K, X -X. 'Z xr. X' . . K 'Nxf NX, NN xx ,-"NQtRLJH8l News Councrl, 5, Radro 'frm Te, NX XX' Gurlel-,M 1, 21-Biology Club, 1, 23 yt K K , ,ff tx X 1, 2:7-Choir, 1, 2, 1fC'2 'Neff X X-A-ft R Xfift 1 Y, ,f1x4-'2IKYgx,',"ty XNf,f,' ,QR L,,f'1 K l X ex s 'wee t X. ,ff I, ' I I I I f-fs ,fs-fs R 2 X IX R N 4. I-JVAK, lx Mx X1 ,,.f.--'-N1""'il'lB'-fr 'Q F 1QQj2lf""'t lr Ik 1 'ij ,,,,,3i"""'w 1' I' If I' l 515wg,A,,,5lR..4,-y.-fy--'W W ' I I I Q, 4, ly Q R l l tx t lx ,fiffniigffiuijTVN"l""7"' "'Q "ferr A--Je-as-J- I,ev-.l, u,,u -,. reef'-:LfwL4.C,K r 7 I' f flff 'I "JXX54fe5f fs-ell, I I X f5frf'llfg.P-if f X-1 ff " F" sr 'N--L Q lv. .,-'fji1,fQg,f ' ' sf f' Nix f f em, A,fif,:.j LtC'xi,,f if ffxfqxx f fNgf6y Ellenwlzeslie, ' C x,M,,,.,L ,.k. fbi: ER fswtxl, fre-XPWZTAZEWELL,VIRGINIAJ I an X., f !, X L , XRN Ai,-V,,,, "IJ-'XX ,Mx f"Xk ffl-N, K! ,Exif lQppl1r?rrzICj0r B.fl,...DegrL?.f, A-li, "If 5-.IJ 'xx I K ,..-Ql"""-x , . ,Mfrs --K f N,f ,f 'Qvcfcfgcaisffraj s,4, cvzlegmn, Ngng-jygrggy Lgieyybyxfx ,,i'1..y-'EI Piearo, 5Q Interc 'llegiate ,, ,.,Lf" Xenia x,f,, fjgrx X !Er1f1ffXCO,UIfCll, Secretary, 3, fggflglational Eff 'dit BIPS? If !,f4'f., gif' lf' 1 News Coungifl, 2. ""Bl.DKTEFl,E,I-D,4'l XQES-rxyIReINrK' ff' ,,fAg9,tilicarlzjjffr,B'.lfl,Degree if 'ff H,..fDel6i 1, Epgsilorfg Collegizzfzl X Staff, ZX, 3, -Westthanupton Editor, 41jE2Eli'For-inf'Chief, 45 V YWCA, 4, Les ffenimes Savfarftes, 3, 4, 2, Choir, 3. 17 Ruth Mqrie Hiller ST. ALBANS, NEW YORK Applimrzt for B.S. Degree Beta Beta Beta, President, 4, Eta Sigma Phi, 3, 43 Chemistry Club, Secretary, 43 Class Treas- urer, 45 Class Hockey, 3, 4. Lech ldot Levin PHOEBUS, VIRGINIA Applirarzt for B.A. Degree Elizabeth Odell Kibler "Lib" LURAY, VIRGINIA Applimrzt for Bfl. Degree Residence Council, 4, May Court Anne McElroy MoIcKeAnzie "Mackie" RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimnl for BA. Degree YWCA, 1, 2, Vice-President, 33 President, 4, WEB, 1, 2, 5, Psychology Club, 4, National News Council, 2, 3, Interna- tional Relations Club, 3 l Ruth Coiroline Morris RIcIeIMoND, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree YWCA Cabinet, 2, 4, College Council, 3, War Council, 2, Varsity and Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, Board of Publications, 3, 4, University Players, President, 4, Glee Club, 1, Handbook Edi- tor, 4, May Court, Maid of Honor. xx Iegrr 'Allginson Motter A XXwp,f"! YoRIQXl9I?R"Ns1eLAvA.N1A,,,T.,f ik A lzfanfy. ' BA. De - A NXT ppfflffhr-ffW'l .hranrs er fromI,:SlgkIMary s Qoleihx X' lege, MEQCITQIKQDH fRBeT5tIons ,X if fr , 3, 1Q,,,ElI,?Prearof37jX ' . .-ff! .."1""! ,fit--fZi.X' ' 'Ng-'!' jf A.,.f"ii 'H K.-,,ff"-C .1 I. , buf, i I . . ff, 41' K. .,.ff i , X-,yfy 3 , IX, f 1, N,-f ,A -- ,. Classf Qoun- ,fi fi "' f' Z H. ci1,f5.4, . ,f tif ,lg- Icaro fl XXX!fw,Zf,f'i,At! . VC., , W 1 I 'NZ H fixxug, X 1 f fx! Y C I I-MILNCNJ IX..z .fx y I I I I--ew: f we ff ,Or- f I I 5 l i XXI-Rauf... af .1 w:i.f1-.fa .P el c . . , -E. l I K-A ' CPN ' xx l Qi!! l.ffP'N i13",'5fE..f.x! 92" '- .ff X .SAN ,key . B ff!!-QP, xx XXXYPX for fx X lff w A wwf-sf Pl1iBeffl R, ,...f+A1m Minor sea-New ar c es ..f Savantes, 1, 2, S XVQIfhhW .,,.M1BGIlN?4S 1, 2, 3, WEB, - fe-.W x,f'N AF.. K 4, Chemistry Club, 4 X XX, phmqlt ig 1' B414 Q-egmebwa-f mediate Honors. Delta Qassmgqe- ' XX Q-jfxliresiclgil-Ig, 3 ClassnS,o5,IiLea .X .f 3.2, ,, XVEB-,ugportis E Ttor, 4, -fi Col'lregZiin-HS.taffb2,-.ig A. A. X. Board?-'e47e-Clgss fLoQsceyf'X1 ,Eff- H 3, 4 ,fVarsity l-'ilLoQ'kQ5L,,,,gV5-5, Qniy--f XX versity Players ,fChoir, "'15c,QGleeff XXClff1b, 1, 2, 3, University Cflaeer- Igeader, 4, Religious Act vities Committee, May Court. Alice Gray Rawlings FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA Applirfznz for B.A. Degree Transfer from Penn Hall Col lege, Residence Council, 4, In- ternational Relations Club. l E181 i ll In for B.A. 1 e 3. V I ,K thryn Louise Mumrna fy My-- f- X1lIERI53'T'1iEBl1:TilfL.Y,a,N1A-ef'i Apj37lWn12.1fa15ffP1t.l3eg1'ee t XM 1' I lx K-. Morfz?I'r'BoarcL. R siElenceN"Co6n fiiiigfg YW, .X c:Af'cf5mgff 'ei5-Q lreasuft'er,"2ffxSeeretary2Q'3I, Grieg H X X Cfilsj,Q,"5i'Q?PsychoTogy Club, 4-,X te-of fx Frances Elizabeth Parker Intfigmatioriak Rekepibnsk 2,X4,g X X -iLiZH Mgtgiemgff, 'Qs yflntefm-ediarejrax XX x X 2. gk HOHQISI .Cs f XR WBQAMSTON, NORTH CAROLINA --Cf "' xx "i ' , fl-Pj! xx! X XXX .Aff lzmmf for BA. Degree Xl' X:-1' ix XX N' 'viii Co eil ' A Mg Keg ,f I X ' , 3, Class Historian, A fxfilg f tk m XXI! Beg. Beta, Treasurer, 4, yy X. 'X fi Biolo teeiulba, Giee Club i -,- fv X2-f' -, :.---'- wf ' 'X-ft '. 1 fi' 4. ff... t tk -,- , 2 V If I ,-- -,C---rf i Y s xv 7,1 - gf, X Z,-5 Xlfff Q 2, 3, President-3 'W'-ffzff X X it 4 ffl' X I . '-3 kg 'XXL X,2f3Qi?1,qesidenftR3, Choirl lj K t i it X ,,-f ,i i ,f Q -- ' T1-',' I ' g N X,-,..I.---f ,fa---t I. I l I li 1 ,is--e-j f N I it . X . .,- . Y 1. I w. sv Y.,--,--f'f 1 :,-g,,,......e. A---,-, f f yi .llv ------sd-. ' i t P I t 1 4.,,,, it li '. 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Degree Red Cross Wcvrk. Carrie Lewis Trader OAK HILL, VIRGINIA Applicant for BA. Degree Transfer from Virginia Inter- mont College, Residence Coun- cil, 4, Virginia Cullen Pitt "Gin" RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Apfzlicfzzzf for BA, Degree Pi Delta Epsilon, XYlbo's Wlio Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, Class President, 2, Class Vice-Presi- dent, 33 WEB Staff, 1, 2, 3, Westliampton Editor, 4, Reli- gious Activities Cominittee, 4, YWCA Cabinet, 4, Psychology Club, President, 4, Varsity Ten- nis, Varsity Basketball, Class Basketball, Class Hockey. l l Merry Ellen Tucker l'Little Tucker" RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Applimfzt for BCS. Degree Pi Delta Epsilong President, 4g Class Song Leader, 4g Beta Beta Beta, 4g Biology Club, 4g Col- legian Staff, 2, Business Man- ager, 3, 4. xxxsy-xr N K. ' ' q XAPP 3277175 Q3wf71,iDaeg1 e XXX l ianne Warrinq Wvaolclill , .. 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JULIA FAY CLARKE .... ...... C ulpeper, Va. MARGARET CLARK BOWDLER. . .Uniontown, Penn. NANCY JANE COPENHAVER ........ Bristol, Va. I 'YS' Q 9338 'fe DOROTHY TALBOTT DAVIS .... Washington, D. C. f MARY JANE DODSON ..... . . . Richmond, Va. i223 541714-kb ,: A me 0 1 1 I X Richmond college lUNIOR CLASS LINCOLN BAXTER, II .......... Richmond, Va. JOHN WILLIAM BROWN, JR. . . . . . . . Carson, Va. EDWARD GORDON CONKLIN ..... Rockville, Md. JAMES FLEETWOOD ELLWANGER ..... Gladys, Va. LEWIS CHRISTIAN GASSER, JR. OAKLEY JAMES GRAHAM, JR. EDGAR TRUETT HUTTON . . . RODERICK DHU MILLER . . . ELLIS ELDRIDGE O,NEAL, JR. MEREDITH KING ROBERSON WILLIAM EDWIN SEAVER, JR., . . . .RichmOnd, Va. . . . .Richmond, Va. . . . Portsmouth Va. 7 . . . . Richmond, Va. . . . . . Norfolk, Va. . . . Kenbriclge, Va. New Haven, Conn. WILLIAM LEE STIGALL, JR. ..... Scottsburg, Va. PAUL WARREN STRICKLAND . . . . .Chase City, Va. ANDREW J. SULLIVAN, JR. ,..... Richmond, Va. RICHARD FERRELL TEASS, JR. . . . Petersburg, Va. HARRY MELVIN WARIPLER ...... Richmond, Va. ,or '22 ahczgi 1 E . I -. , . Ryu., www-7 j H 'EHS . J 'EJ K 4? H, I 1 v af '-42 L w,eV""", 'I f 23 ' f I 21,1 'Ziff-Aja ,A, A. ff: . gi. I ? MARGARET MACY ...... NANCY LOUISE MOORE . . HELEN LOUISE MUMPER .... LILLIAN FRANCES NEWMAN . MARIE LOUISE PEACHEE . .. JEAN ALLISON PEBWORTH . . Richmond, Va. .Danville, Va. Richmond, Va. . . Roanoke, Va. Richmond, Va. . . Fentress, Va. CORNELIA P. REID, Vice-Prefidefzt, Richmond, Va LOUISE FEILD RICHARDSON . . BARBARA LEE RICHIE ..... CAROLYN ELIZABETH RIGGIN . BERNICE HARRIET ROSENFELD MARY LOU RUST .......... ANNE BEVERLY RYLAND .... JEAN MARJORIE SAPERSTEIN . EUGENIA SUE SASSER ..... JULIA COLES SHELTON . . . Dinwiddie, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . . . .Richmond, Va 'Front Royal, Va . Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. . Columbus, Ga. . . Hanover, Va gf M. ELIZABETH EDWARDSEN, Haddon Heights, N. J. N. JOYCE EUBANK. . .Trefz.fz1re1'. . .Arlington, Va. DOROTHY ANN FISHBERG ........ Leonia, N . J. VIRGINIA BELLE GIBSON , . . . . Richmond, Va. CAROLINE OSBORNE GOODE ..... Dinwiddie, Va. ISABEL BANGS GUNNELS ...... Sandersville, Ga. WINIFRED NANETTE HAMBLETON, Richmond, Va. LUCY MCGAVOCK HARVIE ....., Richmond, Va. ELSIE BERTHA HENLEY ..... . . Manakin, Va. AMY FLORENCE HICKERSON .... Richmond, Va. ELLEN I. HODGES. . .P1'eJide1zf. . . Richmond, Va PATRICIA C. HUSBANDS ..... Washington, D. C ANNE AMBLER JONES . . . . . Richmond, Va SHIRLEY KRUGER ......,........ Norfolk, Va M. VIRGINIA LAMBETH, Secremry, Richmond, Va MARION REYNOLDS LAWTON .... Richmond, Va 'VV' vi! I 'E gi.-ga. , Wi ,M .. ,AA. wr J ' I , ,,.1:.: , ., , " in 5 E TEMMA HARRIET TATARSKY , . IRENE PRATT TAYLOR ....... ANN KRIETE WARE . . . . . . IRENE ESTELLE WHITE . , . JEAN GORDON WHITE .... MARY LANE WILLIAMS ..,.. . JULIA SOMERVILLE WILLIS .... MARY LUCY WILLIS ......... ANNE MARSHALL SKINNER .... NANCY WILEY TODD . . . . . . ELAINE PHYLLIS WEIL . . . . . . Richmond . Richmond, . . . Spencer, ELIZABETH BURKS THOMPSON . . . Richmond . Richmond, Falls Church, . Alexandria . Richmond . . Culpeper, . . Richmond, 1 a I 7 Va. Va. Va. Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Princeton, N. J . . Culpeper, Va IEANNE PLEASANT YEAMANS .... Richmond, Va fazzlu f Kal! 24 Upper Right: Queen of the Ball Upper Left: Classy Figure-s! Lower Left: Bethel, the Hep-Kitten Middle: Home was never like tlaisfff Clarksburg, W I 7 F A I A . ff?-I ' ,ww YM .. . ' u . ,,,,f-3,-VJ I ,--IS, , ry W? S' A 5 . Y" 'yd-qi Richmond Gollege SOPHOMORE CLASS HUGH THOMAS ADAIR ...... RAY ALVA BAIRD ........ KENNETH CRUMPTON, JR. . WILLIAM JACKSON FIELDS ........ THOMAS CUSSONS FLETCHER, DOUGLAS BEWLEY GOEORTH FRANK JOSEPH HENDRICK . . . WILLIAM OWEN HESTER, JR. JIMMIE KENNEDY HORTON . . SCOTT CLAY HUTTON, JR. . . GERALD SEBA LOCKLEAR ..... RANDOLPH MCCUTCHEON, JR. . . LOUIS LLEWELLYN MEGEE ..... JR. ELLETT RICHARD MCGEORGE, JR, . . MARVIN JACKSON NULL ....... . . . . , . Bristol, Va . Washington, D. C . . . Richmond, Va Mouth of Wilson, Va . . . .Richmond, Va . . . Lexington Va . . . Richmond, Va . . . . . Richmond Va . . Hilton Village, Va .. Portsmouth Va .. . Richmond Va . . . .Richmond Va . . . Richmond Va . . Beulahville, Va . . . . Staunton Va HAROLD MANSFIELD NUTTER ,,,,,,, Va THOMAS BENJAMIN PEARMAN, IV ...... Richmond, Va JAMES ROBERT RICHMAN .......... . . . Richmond, Va JOHN JEROME SHEA, JR. . . . . Portsmouth, Va ESTEN HOLLIS SHOMO . . . , , , RiCh1'1'10f1d,Va JOHN RALPH SHOTWELL . . . , , , BfOoknea1,Va, 25 MALCOLM IRVING SILVER . . . FLETCHER STIERS, JR. . . . . WILBUR EDGAR THOMAS .... 'RER .. . Newark, N. . . . Richmond, Va. . . . . . Richmond, Va. CHARLES RADCLIFFE WAINMAN WILBUR WALLACE WILSON . . MELVIN EARL YEAMANS . , . . . ..... Richmond, Va. . . . Washington, D. C. . . . . Richmond, Va. wesfhampfon Gollege SOPHOMORE CLASS NANCY RUTH ABBOTT ................ Richmond, Va. ISAEEL DISS AMMERMAN. . .Serremr I. . .Winter Park Fla. 3 , JANE DLNMORE BENTLEY. .Pl'6Jfd67?l'. .Washington, D. C. BETTY HODGES BOWDLER . . . MARY ELIZABETH BROwN . . HELEN VIRGINIA CHANDLER . ALICE CARMINE CLAY ..... JEAN MARION COFFMAN . . . . . Argentina, S. A. . . . . . . Richmond, Va. Newport News, Va. Richmond, Va. . . Richmond, Va. MARX' LOUISE COGHILL .. FRANCES KEELING COLES ..... MARION JEANNETTE COLLIER . HELEN CONANT ........... MARY IMOGENE COXVAN . . . Richmond, Va .... Halifax, Va Richmond, Va . . . South Lincoln, Mass Ellerson, Va MARY EDMONIA COX .... MILDRED BELL DAFFRON . . MARTHA ANN DAVENPORT . . SHIRLEY JANE DAVIS ....... ELIZABETH BURNETT DECKER MARTHA NEWSONE EDWARDS . . VIRGINIA CELESTE ELLETT . . . ANNE CECELIA ELLIOTT .... ANN SPOTSWOOD FISHBURNE JEANNE STEWART FITZGERALD KIMIKO EUJIMOTO .,....... MARGARET ELEANOR GOODE . RUTH GOLDYE GREENSPON . . MARY SUE GUARD ........ MABEL PATRICIA GUILD . . BETTY ANNE GUSTAFSON . , . SYLVIA GAY HAIMOVIT . . . NAOMI RUTH HALL . . INDIA JANE HARP .......... MARGARET PAGE HAWTHORNE .. Richmond, . . Richmond, . . Richmond, . . . . . . . Manassas, Va Va Va Va White Plains, N. Y . T1'earzf1'e1' . . . Driver, Beaver Dam, . . .Richmond, Richmond, . . Richmond, Va Va Va Va Va . . . Rivers, Arizona ........Henry, . . Newport News . . .New Market, . . .Richmond . . Richmond, . . . Petersburg, . , . South Hill Hillsville, . . . Kilmarnock, Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va 26 CLYDE HOLLAND HAYES . . . MARTHA MARIE HENLEY . . . ANNE ESTELLE HIGGINS .. SYDNEY LEE HILL ..,.. JACQUELINE HODGES . . DOROTHY HUGHES ........ KATHERINE ANNE HUNDLEY MARION KENNEDY HUSKE . HILDA RUTH JAFFE ....... DOROTHY COUSINS JAMES . . MARTHA LEREVE JETER . . . LOIS RICHARDS JOHNSON . . . PAULINE PAGE JONES .,.. ALICE ROSEMARIE LANDI . . . EDNA JOHNSIE LOFTIN .... GENEVIEVE LEE MAHON . . . VIRGINIA BROOKS MANRY . . . CAROLYN O,NEAL MARSH . . Portsmouth, Va . . . . Manakin Va 7 , . Leesburg, Fla . , . Richmond, Va South Hill, Va Richmond, Va Lynchburg, Va . . . . . Hampton, Va . . . Richmond, Va Petersburg, Va . . Ellerson, Va West Point Va U . . Petersburg, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va . . . Courtland, Va Florence, S. C. MARYLOU RHODES MASSIE . Vice-Premiefzf . Richmond, Va NORMA LEE MCCUE ...... Delaware,Pa ALMA CARLTON MCWHORTER QLLIE MENEFEE .... ' ....... MAIDA MICKLE ......, ELSIE GREY MINTER ..... ANN LOMOINE MURPHY . . . PEGGY PUSEY NEWELL . . . TWYLA Jo NEWHOUSE . . . BETTY GENE O1BRIEN . . . MAY BEVERLEY PATTON . . . DORIS DEMARIS PITMAN . . . HELEN SWENSON PORTER . .. NANCY ANTOINETTE REID . . . BARBARA ANNE ROCK . . . MAE LOIS RYNALDO . . ROSLYN ANN SACHS . . . JEAN LOVING SADLER . . . Richmond, Va. Washington, D. C. . . Westville, N. J . Martinsville, Va . . . Richmond, Va . Germantown, Pa . . . Richmond, Va ......Dunn,N.C . . Midlothian, Va. Regina, Va. . . . Arlington, Va Washington, D. C . . Portsmouth, Va . . . Richmond, Va . . Petersburg, Va Charlottesville, Va BETTY HARRIS SCHERR .... BETTY HELEN SCHERR .... RUTH SONIA SCHIMMEL .... VERDA ALFRIEDA SLETTEN . . RITA ZELDA STEINER ........ BETTY CAROLYN STORM ..... LENA DICKENSON THORNTON MARTHA BETTY TINSLEY .... JEANNE PALLISIER VAIDEN . . . SUSIE VIRGINIA WAGSTAFF . . . JEAN VAUGHAN WALDROP . . EMILY MARIE WALTHALL . . LAVINIA FOSTER WATSON . . ANN SMITH WILEY ...... MARY JANE WINGFIELD .... SARA FRANCES YOUNG . . , . . Richmond, Va. . . Petersburg, Va. . . . Richmond, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . . . Richmond Va. . . . Richmond, Va . . , Hampton, Va . . . Richmond, Va . . Westville, N. J . . . . Marionville Va 7 . . .Richmond, Va . , .Richmond, Va . . . Hampton, Va ...... Crozet, Va Charlottesville, Va . . Fisherville, Va 27 DONALD GRAHAM AGEE .... HENRY DEVINE ALVIS .... SAMUEL FRANKLIN ARTZ .... ROBERT SILAS BARBOUR ....... WILLIAM FRANK BAYLOR, JR. . . MELVIN GERALD BERMAN . . . CHESTER ALFRED BISHOF .... CLAYTON CATLETT BOOKER . . . HERMAN LEE BOOKER ...... THOMAS LINWOOD BOOKER .... ROBERT JAMES BOULDEN ...... LARRY BOURNIAS ............ PETER CLYNE BUEEINOTON, IV . NATHAN WELLINGTON BUTLER RAYMOND KENNETH BUTLER, JR. . . DONALD BARNES CAMDEN ..... CALEB GUY CAMPBELL, JR. . . . . HERBERT FRANKLIN CARTER, JR. BOBBY HAROLD CHANDLER .... ROBERT DABNEY CHANDLER . . . ARA j M Richmond college FRESHMAN CLASS . . . Richmond, Va . . . . .Quinton, Va . . . . . Strasburg, Va . . . . South Boston, Va . . . . . .Richmond Va . . . Richmond Va . . . .Falmouth Va . . . .Richmond Va . . . Richmond Va . . . . Naruna Va . . . Richmond, Va Richmond Va Huntington, W Va . . . . . . . .Midlothian Va . . , Richmond Va Big ISlar1d,Va Newport News Va . . . . . . . .Richmond Va Newport News Va ....... Richmond Va 28 RUSSELL THOMAS CHERRY, JR. . . . . . . . JOHN LEWIS CLARK ....... JAMES CAREY COLEMAN, JR. . ROBERT QUINTON COLLIER . JESSE ERNEST CRABTREE, JR. PIO HARRY DALLE MURA . . CLIFTON WARINO DAVIS . . . CLARENCE IRVIN DAWSON . . JOHN HAMMOND DEMPSEY . MARION GARY DENNIS ..... ROBERT MABRY DOSS . . . PAUL WELDEN DUKE ...... DONALD GREGORY EDEL . ......... . . , TELEORD STROUSE EOOLESTON, JR. ..... . BENJAMIN COLLINS FLANNAGAN, IV .... CHARLES WARNER GALE . . . ERNEST JOHN GOETZ ...... WILLIAM DEW GRESHAM. .Vice-Prefidefzt. . JOSEPH BERNARD GUEDRI, JR. WILLIAM OWEN HALLMARK, JR. . . . . . . Portsmouth Richmond , . Hanover, Richmond, . . . Gladys Richmond West Point Richmond . . Lignum Richmond Richmond Richmond .Richmond Richmond, Richmond, Richmond Richmond, Richmond, Richmond, Richmond, 7 a 1 7 7 5 7 Va Va Va Va Va Va V a Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va. Va. Va. GILBERT GRAY HENLEH' , . . SHELLEY MCBRIDE HUNT . . ALVIN ISAACS ............ . ROLAND WALTON JAMERSON, EUGENE LYNN KASTELBERG . ROBERT DOUGLAS KIRTLEY . CHARLES FREDERICK KOHLER STEWART WILLIAM LANDRUM GUY ALEXANDER LEATH, JR. BARRY NEAL LICHTENSTEIN THOMAS ANDERSON LIGON . BERT JAY LILLIAN ........ RANDEL QUINCY LITTLE .... 'jgf JAMES HENRY LOUGHRIDGE, JR. . . WILLIAM BRYANT LUCK .... EMANUEL JOHN MASOTTI . . NORMAN BAYLISS MCCRARY RALPH SPENCER MATTHEWS ALBERT MARSHALL MCCUE . . HARRY LYNWOOD MEARS . . . Richmond, Va . . . Lignum, Va . Richmond, Va . . . Bedford, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va. . Richmond, Va . Baltimore, Md . Richmond, Va Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Burlington, N. C . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . . .Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . Richmond, Va . Prospect, Pa. . Richmond, Va. 10.4 JAMES MADISON MINOR, JR. . . ROBERT RAY MOSBY ...... ....... Richmond, Vaj Newport News, Va. FRANK LAWSON PANKEY .... Pifemlefzf, . ,.Pamp1in, Va. JUI.1AN BAYLOR PARR .... . . JOHN CLAYTON PAYNE .....,.. CHARLES ANDREW PEACHEE, JR. HUGH DOUGLAS PITTS ........ MARVIN JACK POSNER . . ROY JAMES RAKES ..,... DANIEL EDWARD RAMER . . . ARTHUR HERBERT ROSEN ..... ANDY ROUPAS ....... T1'eaJzn'e1' HENRY HERMAN SALSBURY .... JOHN HILL SAVAGE ........ WILLIAM MALLORY SCHOOLS . . LEONARD FRANK SIDENBERG . . . NORMAN SISISKY ......... LAWRENCE OWEN SNEAD, JR. . WILLIAM HADDON SNEAD, JR. . . MARSHALL SOGHOIAN ...... , Milford, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. . . Ferrum, Va. Hartwood, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. . . Chincoteague, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Lynchburg, Va. Richmond, Va. .-: MA Ya-1.1 ., A' . - "" A- . T, --W T .: I ' ' 4114- 'lm' ZA - -,f JV ,zflilg- 237 2: ' -L f ' ' I -A . - , f f A . .T -' ' A 3 ' x 4. A ' A ' J " . . Y -I 1- ' . I I ., 'I V , . 1 ' .- I - -1 - A- we ' 5 . A ' " , I -Q1 It " I 'Q' i' 49' + -3' me rfzw ' 'AV Q w 95 ' 5' Is I A I It . A gg " 'Vis 1 -.ff ' ' . . "' Af. - ' -I Z' -' :2- 41' , , '. I , -'--I- I I I R- . q fr , Refi: .A f ' ' RF 1 . R. . L , R-4 .2-1. 'A .fo ' Q A 4 RI f Y A ,. I R. ' .51ff'iZ .A ' ., I jx 4 , . 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JAMES ERNEST XWRENN ..... ...... W ise, Va. ROY BLANTON WYATT, JR. . . . .... Ellerson, Va. PHILLIP CLAYTON YERBY, III . . . ..... Richmond, Va. wesfiiampfon Gollege FRESHMAN CLASS FLORENCE ABELSON ............. South Orange, N. J. ELLEN PATRICIA ADAMS . . . ....... Richmond, Va. EVE GALLION ANDERTON . . . . . Saranac Lake, N. Y. HANNAH LEE BARLOW . .. .,... SmithfIe1d,Va, JUDITH ANN BARNETT .... . . . Shelbyville, Ky. JANE BRUCE BELK ...... ..,. R ichmond, Va. SARAH LOUISE BISHOP . . .. . Roanoke, Va. VIVIAN BORTON ...,..... MARY MARGARET BOWLES . . . SARAH RUTH BRENNER .,.. . . . LILY FRANCES BRITTLE . . . JEAN BROOKS BRUMSEY . . . CAROL BUXBAUM .............. MARIA NEWCOMER CARTER ....,. ELIZABETH OSBORNE CHAMELISS .. ELLEN MEADE CHAMBLISS ........ ANN BOWIE CLARK ..... T1-eazfzn-er ANNE PENDER COLLINS ......... JANICE ROSE CONANT ........... HELEN CONSTANTINE CONDYLES . . ALBERTA CAMILLA CROCKETT ..,.. MARY LEE CROSS ........... SALLIE ANN CURTIS ........ PATRICIA VIRGINIA DAMRON MARTHA SETH DARROW ..... BARBARA ELIZABETH DEANE KATHERINE JEANNE DECKER ..... . . . Richmond, Va . . . Annapolis, Md Newport News, Va , . . Glen Allen, Va . . . . Richmond, Va . . . Hampton, Va Richmond, Va . . . Rawlings, Va . . . Rawlings, Va . . . . . Uniontown, Pa . . Rochester, N. Y . Chincoteague, Va Richmond, Va . . . Welch, W. Va Richmond, Va Viewtown, Va Richmond, Va . , . . . Oxford, Md . .New Canton, Va . . .Catonsville, Md EMILY L. DEITRICK .... Vice-Premlefzi' .... Nutley, N. Y RUSSELL ELLIOTT ......... ANNE MINOR FOSTER . . . i303 Bowling Green, Va ' . River Edge, N, EUNICE BARBARA FREED . . . . . Harrisonburg, Va PATRICIA REIDEL FULLER ..... , . . Newport News, Va MARGARET LEDFORD GAVSSER .... .... R ichmond, Va PATRICIA MARIE GLENDENNING . . . . . . Richmond, Va ALICE CRAWFORD GOODMAN . . . . . . Richmond, Va FLORENCE FAYE GOODMAN . . .... Richmond, Va BETTY GOODE HARDIN .....,....... Lumberton, N. C PHYLLIS ANN HARFIELD .... Secremry ..... Bethesda, Md BETTY SCOTT HENGEVELD ............ Winchester, Va VIRGINIA MASON HERNDON ......,. Fredericksburg, Va MARGARET ELIZABETH HICKERSON ...... Richmond, Va ELLWOOD PAYE HINES ............. EMILY SMITH HOLLAND ....... . . . JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH HOOVER MILLICENT CLAIRE HUTCHERSON .... JACQUELINE LEE JETER ..........., JOAN PRISCILLA JOHNSON . . LILY KAUFMAN ........ ELSIE MAE KEYSER ........ . . . Richmond, Va Virginia Beach, Va . . . Richmond, Va. . . . . Culpeper, Va Charleston, W. Va . . . . . Lincoln, Me New York, N. Y. . . . Richmond, Va. MARGARET ANN KNIGHTON . . . . White Plains, N. Y. ELIZABETH GREY KOLTUKIAN VIRGINIA ANN KREYER ..... MARION JANE KUEHL ...... ROSEMARY CHERRILL LAWSON BARBARA ANN LEVVIS ....... FLORENCE ADELAIDE LIDE . , , PHYLLIS ELAINE LINDSEY . . VIRGINIA LEIGH LIPSCOMB . . . DOROTHY ANN LLOYD ..... SUZANNE ELLIOTT LOVERN . MARY CARR MAHALEY .... MYRA DORIS MARCUS ...... LOIS ALTHEA MCCLANAHAN MARY ANN MCKEE ....... ARLINE MOORE ...... DORIS MARIE MOORE . . . MARY ALICE MORTON . . . GAIL TWICHELL MURPHY . . . CONSTANCE NEWTON . . . HELEN SAYRES OGLESBY . . . . . Richmond, Va. . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . .WaShington, D. C. Great Neck, N. Y. . . . Onancock, Va. . . . . Florence, S. C. . . . . . Richmond, Va. Newport News, Va. . . . Princeton, N. J. . . . Richmond, Va. . . . . Richmond, Va. . . . . New York, N. Y . . . Richmond, Va . . Bristol, Tenn . . . Richmond, Va . . Hampton, Va . . . Richmond, Va . . . Richmond, Va . . . Narrows, Va . . . Draper, Va 31 X.. f A 523,35-'51 15, If S' 1-Eg 'f Q is .. . W --1.--M. FRANCES SCOTT ORRELL . . PATRICIA ANN PARLOW .... VIRGINIA DARE PERKINSON ...... JACQUELINE PITT ........ ELEANOR LUCIA PITTS . . . NORMA ELIZABETH POLK . . SHEILA RITA POLLOCK . . . ANN HUSTON POWERS .... ANNIE ELIZABETH RACKLEY WANDA EARLE REAMY ..... MARION CECELIA REDMOND CONSTANCE ARLEEN REYNO ALLEN HARRISON RUCKER . MARGARET IQINSLEY SABINE DOROTHY LEE SANDERS . . . CLYDE ELIZABETH SAWYER . . JANE RUTH SEGAL ....I... MARIAN RI-IOADES SENTER . LDS . . . . . Richmond, Va . ......... Sarasota, Fla Dinwiddie County, Va . . . . . . Richmond, Va . . . . . Richmond, Va. . . Pocomoke City, Md . . Great Neck, N. Y Cook,lll , . . . Miami, Fla . . . .Richm0nd, Va . . . .Richmond, Va . . . Richmond, Va . . . Jacksonville, Fla . . Washington, D. C . . . . . McLean, Va . . . Norfolk, Va . . . . Richmond, Va . . . . London Bridge, Va 32 JEAN TUCKER SHORTT ..... Prerjafefif ..... Pontiac, Mich JEANNETTE W. SIMPSON .............. Raleigh, N. C EMILY CORNELIA SMITH . . . SHIRLEY ANN SOLLOD . . . MARY JANE SPIVEY . . . FRANCES JANE STEEB ..... MARGARET TAYLOR STONE . . MYRA ANN STURGES ...... ALICE MARSHALL TAYLOR SALLY HARDAWAY TAYLOR DORIS HESTER VICKERS .... ANNE NEVILLE WATSON . . ANN WILEY ............. ANN LOUISE WILSON . . MARY BARBARA WOOD . . . ANNE DUDLEY WOODFIN MARION ANNE WOODWARD . . . Culpeper, Va . . . Petersburg, Va . . . Petersburg, Va . . . . Pittsburgh, Pa . . . Washington, D. C ......Fulton, Ga . . . . Richmond, Va . . ....... Amelia, Va . . . Silver Spring, Md . . . . Washington, D. C . . . . Jacksonville, Fla . . . Richmond, Va . . . Somerset, Va. . . ........ Richmond, Va. . . . . . .W. Los Angeles, Calif. I V M n 5 a E : W gm. Front row: Brockenbrough, Manager, Esau Brooks, Trainer, Murphy, Miller, Caples, Hughes, Knotts, Rouse, Holston, lm Secondrowx Lt. Muir, Coach, Brown, Manager, Pitt, Head Coach, Stafford, Null, Brinkley, O'Dell, Hamilton, McGeor.rW. Third row: Ludvigson, McCutcheon, Doss, Moody, Johnson, Allen, Taylor, Parshotsky, Dryden, Jarrett, Boardman, Kolcu, Roc F0zzrtb1'0w.' Carini, Sawyer, Price, Markovitz, Fish, Ulrich, Tubbs, Shutz, Lightner, Kiser, Snider, Todd, Rose, Little, Ado Richmond 7 - Duke 6-1 Opening their 1944 grid season against a much heavier and experienced Duke team, the Spiders were defeated 61-7. Even against those odds, the Red and Blue fought bravely and in the last four minutes of play scored a touchdown on a pass from Milner to Suttenfield, Richmond's only score ever made against Duke. Richmond 34 - Richmond Army Air Base 0 Coach Pitt's Spiders turned back a fighting Air Base team 34-O. Richmond uncovered two dependable backs in Milner and Suttenfield who displayed great passing and line plunging attacks. 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"' " -5-:1:-:-:-:-:-:-:-1-1-:-:-:1:3I,Z3211:I1I:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- Qf, W xA!! 3v4 hax44,vmswvzva:aggin-nz-fmgwm ---' fm-mum-qvtu-ff fn- 0. --v,--.1 v-,, - -aw. -.,a,f.-.-.-.. M., V n, i i 1 l L Fai er, Gray, Galusha, Anchukaitis, jarrell, Roupas, Barden, Manager. 'ge,,!Walker, MacDonald, Milner, Kilpatrick, Kranitzsky, Stoneburner, Butler, Koterwas, Berg, Real. odgers, Suttenfield, Chief McCance, Coach, Dr. Pitt, Team Physician, Caylor, Business Manager, Chief Weiner, Coach. lon, Rosenthal. Richmond 20 - V.M.I. 26 Richmond spectators witnessed one of the most thrilling games ever played in the city stadium when the Keydets of V.M.I. upset the favored Spiders 26-20. Suttenf1eld's broken field running and Mil- ner's passes to Kilpatrick, Kolcum, and Moody kept the Richmond team in motion and the game "nip and tuck" up to the final whistle. Richmond 18 - Hampden-Sydney 0 Taking advantage of Rodgers' punts and the fine defense of Null, the Spiders rolled up their first vic- tory over a college squad this year by trouncing H.-S. 18-0. MacDonald, Milner, Kranitsky, Jarratt, and Kilpatrick, all V-12's, gave an impressive perform- ance in their last game for Richmond before being transferred. E351 Richmond 0 - Portsmouth Fleet Team 19 After V-12 examinations, furloughs, and transfers, Coach Pitt had little time to whip up a team to engage the sailors from Portsmouth. The Red and Blue fought determinedly, but were unable to halt the more powerful and heavier sailors who rang up a 19-0 score over Richmond. Richmond 0 - Virginia 39 Despite the fine defense of Null, Wood, and jar- ratt, the Cavaliers proved too powerful for the Rich- mond eleven, and chalked up a 39 to 0 victory. Al- though they scored in every period, the scrappy Rich- mond squad made "Duda and Co." fight for every score. W. li l-Rl +5 N :M : ifii1ft?ii6 Z! nz fu -1.- V i l il If Z 1 a A I 1 i i i 5, L-uf Richmond 0 - N. C. State 39 Steam rolling their way to 39 points, the Wolf- pack held the Spider squad scoreless. Richmond was on the defensive until the closing minutes of the game when Harris and Allen put on a scoring threat, but were stopped at the States 23. Richmond 0 - William and Mary 40 After a scoreless first period, the Indians bounced ' KILPATRICK NULL back with fury to beat the Spiders 40-O in the annual Turkey Day classic. Despite XValker's punts, Wood's and Suttenfield's defense, the Spiders were on the defensive until the fourth quarter. Then Richmond's scoring threat was stopped by a pass interception. Even though the scores do not show it, Richmond had a successful gridiron year. Successful in the fact that Coach Pitt produced a team that had spirit, fight, and which played clean football, traits of which we are justly proud. ALLEN DRYDEN SUTTENFIELD RoDoERs S F STONEBURNER HAMILTON JOHNSON WALKER Captain LAWLER, GASSER, Coach PITT. gaselyali IQLB-L,lL,l Although handicapped by a small schedule, inex- perience, and a limited practice session, the Red and Blue again captured the title of Big Six champions. r The team turned in their best performance against the starred professional team of the Norfolk Naval Training Station by holding the sailors to a 4 to 4 tie until the eighth ending. Then the sailors got three men on base-one by a Spider error and two being hit by pitched balls. They connected at the plate and went ahead to take the ball game at 8 to 4. The Spiders were defeated by the boys from Char- lottesville in their first game 2 to 0, but the fighting Red and Blue team bounced back to take the Cav- aliers in the second game by the wide margin of 9 to 0. We took both games from the "Death Val- leyi' boys of Hampden Sydney at 8 to 5 and 15 to 0. The powerful Navy team at Annapolis proved too strong for the Spiders, and we had to bow to the Middies at the score of 9 to 3. The Richmond nine handed the Medicos of the Medical College of Virginia two defeats at the count of 11 to 5, and 20 to 7, the last game being played on Homecoming Day. Losing only three out of eight games, the Spiders under the expert coaching of Mac Pitt ended the somewhat limited schedule with a very successful season. The squad was composed of Garratt, Gantt, Mac Silver, C. Lawler, Metzger, Priddy, Kilpatrick, Weaver, Magette, Null, Milner, Gasser, and Hoitsma. THE BIG THREE Richmond 8 ...... H.S. Richmond 9 ...... Va. Richmond .11 ...... MCV Richmond Navy Richmond 15 ...... H.S. Richmond NNTS -Richmond O ..... Richmond MCV METZGER PRIDDY NULL KILPATRICK FRONT ROW: Rodgers, Null, Hallmark, Rouse, Suttenheld, Moody, Mardan, Manager. SECOND ROXVI Coach Pitt, Trippeer Bor der Allen Gantt, Captain, Pitts, Stoneburner, Taylor, Goforth. THIRD ROW: Barden, Maury, Parr, Windon, Lathan Callas Pentecost, Buffington, Clark. Basketball I The Richmond Spiders "Big Six" champions of last year had only one letterman returning to guide the team this year, that being All State "Fearless, Freddie Gantt. Freddie was elected captain and has been the "Spark plugn of the team, setting the highest scoring pace plus show- ing the best defensive action. Coach Pitt had the same handicap with basketball as with the other sports, and that one was trying to mold an inexperienced team into a winning quintet. Twenty-five boys with fine Rich- mond spirit, willingness, and ability responded to the call of Coach for basketball material. All of the candidates were ambitious but lacked college experience. Coach Pitt was neither opti- mistic nor pessimistic about the team, but on commenting as to prospects, he said that "the boys will have to work hard, get in there and light, and I think that we'll win some games." Opening the season against the Army Air Base after only four days of practice, the Spiders demonstrated both their offensive and defensive powers by holding the much favored "Flyers, to 52 pOir1fS while f3Ckif1g up 50 points themselves. The game was a thriller from start to finish with Gantt and Allen taking top honors for the Spiders. The following week saw the Red and Blue quintet thrashed soundly at the hands of the NNTS, one of the top ranking Service teams of the nation, at the score of 82--50. The Cavaliers finally toppled the Spiders in the closing minutes of the game 30-24, after a slow beginning by both teams. The next week, the Spiders played host to two college teams when we really uscalpedi' the Indians of William T381 0130 V950 BU GANTT PITTS STONEBURNER and Mary at 58-37, hut lost a heartbreaker to Hampden Sydney at 43-41. The Spider quint smothered McGuire Hospital at 69-34, following it with another victory by downing V.M.I. at 55-29. Due to a mumps epidemic and quarantine of the Navy Unit the schedule stopped short. When the annual went to press, it was thought that the remaining games would be can- celed permanently. SCORES Richmond ,..... 50 Air Base . . . .... 52 Richmond ...... - V. M. I. ...... . . . . - Richmond ...... 30 NNTS ............ 82 Richmond ...... 4 Hampden-Sydney - Richmond ...... 24 Virginia ........,. 30 Richmond ...... - Maryland ......... - Richmond ...... 58 William 8: Mary .... 37 Richmond ..,... - North Carolina ..... M- Richmond ...... 41 Hampden-Sydney .. 43 Richmond ...... - Virginia ........., - Richmond ...... 69 McGuire H. ....... 34 Richmond ...... - William and Mary . - Richmond .,.... - V. M. I. ........,. - Richmond .... - .................. - TRIPPEER ALLEN BORDER GOFORTH NULL TAYLOR 631500 comes Saturday night f -Y cr D' , 4 W P- , N, J , ghgk ' ff ,GQ , -Ks Ln, e'g", jak X14 ,.mff"4r AA.. ,L I I . .1-ur' f Y' 4- Z WMS Q bw' we 1915 QW ga-.W Chief calls him safe! Big Time operators 331. Mac and the boys and whnfs your trouble? two faithful Bills fi M K 412:21 Good afternoon, Sir 7201 0 fo 'A We Q. Q? 65,26 Sl? ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD. Stazfzding' Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw, Helen Mumper, jane Wray Bristow, Miss Gene Woodfin, Jeanne Fitzgerald, Sitlifzg: Maida Mickle, Anne Higgins, Ruth Latimer, President, Conway Bibb, Ann Seay, Betty Edwardsen. wes czmpton Qfhletic ssociafion President Ruth Latimer presided over the West- hampton College Athletic Association Board and in true Westhampton spirit led the Association through an interesting and active year. The Board consisted of Conway Bibb, vice president, Jeanne Fitzgerald, secretary, Helen Mumper, treasurer, jane Wray Bris- tow, manager of hockey, Betty Edwardsen, manager of basketball, Maida Mickle, manager of tennis, Anne Higgins, manager of track, and Ann Seay, head cheerleader. Miss Gene Woodfin and Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw acted as members of the advisory board. Facing another year of college in wartime, the board planned events which would arouse interest and spirit among the students and which would bind them more closely as a working community of good citizens. The Freshmen were introduced to the association and the spirit for which it stands at a picnic given at the Faculty Kitchen during Orientation week, and in late November they were given a chance to meet many of the upperclassmen on a hike and picnic at Bosher's Dam, where supper was cooked over an I 42 open fire and many songs and yells were participated in by the group. The Christmas season included the Athletic Asso- ciation Christmas Co-ed in its festivities. The achievement which contributed most toward greater school spirit was the revival of the annual Song Contest which had been abandoned in 1942 so that more time could be spent in war activities. It was decided that the contest contributed to the spirit of keen competition and good sportsmanship for which Westhampton is noted and although less time was spent in preparation as had been agreed, the contest proved to be a helpful and inspiring suc- cess. At the annual spring banquet blazers were awarded to the girls winning varsity letters in three major sports. Varsity tennis and track letters were awarded and seals were presented to those girls who showed outstanding interest and spirit in athletic activities as well as all college activities which contributed to the college spirit. The week-end house party for old and new board members closed a successful year for the Athletic Association. f 3 LH ,wr sy 9 Y- I Bm ' I Virginia tryouts for representatives to the South Eastern Hockey Tourna- afzsifil Hoclzexl The Westhampton Spiderette Eleven, under the expert coaching of Miss Gene Woodfin, rounded out the 1944 season with six victories, one tie and one defeat in keeping with the tradition that "they keep up at the top." Opening the season by a tilt with Saint Catherine's, the squad showed need of hard practice and teamwork which was achieved and exhibited when numerous wins were chalked up for the Co-Ords. Team work, individual technique, and stickwork also brought a 6-1 win over the Alumnae on Thanksgiving Day. LAWSON, Captain CLEMENT WILLIS STONE CONANT BRISTOW BRISTOW. Manager MARIS WOODFIN, C oath LAMBETI-I WARE Gooma CARTER REID BELK ment were heldat Westhampton, and Maria Carter, Helen Conant, and Jane Wray Bristow were chosen to play on the Virginia first team at the tourna- ment which was held in Baltimore. Helen Conant and Jane Bristow were chosen as members of the South Eastern Hockey Team, and Maria Carter was chosen as a member of the reserve team. Varsity letters were awarded to Sallie Lawson, Captain, jane Bristow, Manager, Lillian Belk, Maria Carter, Helen Conant, Betty Clement, Caroline Goode, Virginia Lambeth, Ruth Maris, Cornelia Reid, Peggy Stone, and Ann Ware. Varsity Service Letters were awarded to Ruth Latimer, jackie Batten, and jane Woodard. Westhampton Hockey Club .... . . Westhampton Saint Catherines . .. Westhampton Thomas Jefferson . . . Westhampton William and Mary . . . Westhampton RPI ............ . . . Westhampton Collegiate ....... . . Westhampton john Marshall . . . . . Westhampton Petersburg .... . . 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' ' . .st .naar I 'L N I 55:55-g:f,.,,k - 1 I J: .fn - A -1' I-.,. - V- . wha," ' are A IAM: gf- xl , , .. 'nw ' 2 . , 5 tus. " . ' iw"-251: ' I 'If " . 1 ff.f'iE-71:7-1 L VARSITY SQUAD. From' row: Sallie Lawson, Jane Bristow, julia Willis, Vir- ginia Lambeth, Betty Clement, Helen Conant. Second row: Coach Woodfin, Ann Ware, Maria Carter, Cornelia Reid, Margaret Stone, Lillian Belk. Westhampton . . . Westhampton Westhampton , . . Westhampton . . . SUMMARY fSecond Team Varsityj . .. 1 Saint Catherines . . . . 8 . . . 12 Thomas Jefferson . . . . . O .. 8 Collegiate ....... .. O .. . 13 john Marshall .. . . . 0 Members of the second varsity team who won second team letters were Isabel Arnmerman, Gale Abbott, Emily Dietrick, Betty Ann Gustafson, Anne Higgins, Ellen Hodges, Helen Mumper, Jeanne Sasser, Betty Stansbury, Nancy Todd, julia Willis, and Jeanne Yeamans. CLASS HOCKEY g SUMMARY Won Loy! Tiej Seniors 5 1 O Juniors .,...... 2 2 2 Sophomores .... 1 g 4 1 Freshmen ...... 2 5 1 Ocidfl- Evem 3 1 Senior Class Hockey Cloampiomhip Team SOUTHEASTERN HOCKEY TOURNAMENT WINNERS jane Wray Bristow, Helen Conant, Maria Carter. SENIOR CLASS HOCKEY TEAM. Leff io right: Conway Bibb, Sallie Lawson jackie Batten, Ruth Latimer, Betty Clement, Captain, Lillian Belk, jane Bristow Betty Lawson, Ann Seay. CAbsent from picture: Ruth Maris, Virginia Pitt.j Glteezleabefzs Ellen Hodges, Virginia Ann Seay, Head Cheer- leader. Barbara Rock, jackie Bat- ten, Anne Higgins, Ruth Latimer. Seals The honor of a Westhampton Seal, which has been replaced by a key due to wartime restrictions, is conferred each spring upon those girls who, because of their cooperation and school spirit, enthusiasm and interest, have promoted interest in athletic as well as all college events and a feeling of unity between the players and spectators. This presen- tation is made by the Athletic Association Bbard of the College. SEAL WINNERS From row: jane Bristow, Caroline Goode. Second row: Lillian Belk, Ruth Latimer, Rita Muldowney, Evermond Hardee, Billy jane ta: Crosby, Betsy Rice, Lois Hester. i . gun. V rack Westhampton does not place great emphasis on track but there is always a large group of Co-Ords participating in this sport. In the all-city Quadrangular Track Meet, held at West- hampton in the spring of 1944, Westhampton's track team vied with teams from Thomas jefferson, john Marshall and Saint Catherine's for honors. jane Wray Bristow was high scorer with 20.5 points and Imogene Cowan was first in the 50-yard dash. Westhampton College took first place in the meet with a total of 53.5 points. Cornelia Reid, Elsie Henley, Sallie Lawson, Virginia Dawson, jane Bristow, and Imogene Cowan received Westhampton letters in track. TENNIS. Kneeling: Ruth Latimer, Rita Muldowney. .Slaudizfgx Lois Hester, Miss Fanny Crenshaw, Betty Anne Gustafson. fAbsent from picture: Maida Micklej EHQHMS The Westhampton Blazer is awarded to a girl who has made her letter in any three major sports, which are hockey, basketball, tennis, and track. These blazers are white flan- nel jackets with red Westharnpton tower seal on the top pocket. They give recognition for unusual achievement and skill in athletics and the stripes of the pocket insignia indicate the number of 'sports in which a letter has been won, while stars indicate the number of times letters have been won. 1944 Blazer winners were Sallie Lawson with letters in hockey, basketball and track, jane Wray Bristow with letters in hockey, basketball and track, and Lois Hester with letters in hockey, tennis and basketball. TRACK. Elsie Henley, Cornelia Reid, Sallie Lawson, jane Bristow. QAbsent from picture: Imogene Cowan, Virginia Dawsonj 81414125 V The rating of tennis players is determined by means of a tennis ladder which is always subject to change. At the end of the season Maida Mickle was at top position with Rita Muldowney at second place. Betty Anne Gustafson, Lois Hester, and Ruth Latimer placed in the third, fourth and fifth slots. Due to transportation difficulties the team did not make any out-of-town trips but confined their competition to city teams. A play day with the V-12's and Richmond College students was a high light of the season. Those girls who placed in the first five positions on the ladder won their letters in the sport. BLAZER WINNERS. Sealed: Lois Hester, jane Bristow. Slaznding: Sallie Lawson, Rita Muldowney. fa-A 'A' 'I ' , ,gf l w l F . AL .li Hd fi. :'fl'i,! ,iL1.L' ' Q if 1'-gi L 'W .4 ,' '13 1 mi ,:, V , 1 JE!! F4 I ix . 1 ., , 'N -J i ,145 iii --,f , 253' 5 if' ' if? .. , - 3:54. Ailiwi 91,41 -v 1 ig ' QE, 9 Q r I Melvin Bradshaw, Vice-chairman Honor Council, Phillip Hart, Vice-president, Kenneth Howard, Chairman Honor Councilg Norman Long, Secretary Honor Councilg Ellett McGeorge, Athletic Representative, julian Pentecost, Sec- retary, William Stigall, Treasurerg George Wilkinson, Publications Representative. Richmond Gofiege gfudenf qovefmmenf Last year, because of the constantly changing condi- tions on the Richmond Col- lege campus due to the war, the Student Government As- sociation was reorganized for the duration. According to the plan worked out, a com- mittee from the College Ad- ministration chose fifteen men eligible for Student Gov- ernment from which the stu- dents voted for nine. These nine in turn elected their of- Hcers. This year the students saw fit to modify this system so that the student body voted for the specific offices. The competitive party system was revived. Again, due to the very small enrollment the Student Council served as the Honor Council. Also with the in- definite status of most men as to their classes, there was no class organization. Rather all affairs were handled through the regular Student Government Association. This year with the able leadership of joel Harnett, the Executive Council has sought to coordinate all the phases of student life, and to keep all students participating in extra curricular activities under difficult wartime condi- tions. JOEL W. HARNETT Preriden! HONOR COUNCIL. Lef! fo right: julian Pentecost, Ellett McGeorge, Phillip Hart, Melvin Bradshaw, Kenneth Howard, Norman Long, joel Harnett, William Stigall, jr. 481 wesfkampfon Gollege gfudenf Qovefmmenf I The session of 1944-1945 opened with the usual Orien- tation program for Freshmen. Our theme was to build an active democracy here on the campus which would be our greatest contribution to the war effort. Many improvements were made for the campus at large. The central bulletin board in the cloister has kept the stu- dent body informed about , meetings, chapel programs, and social functions. We are grateful for the long-awaited kitchenette, which has af- And the Tower Room lounge has a homelike atmosphere with a rug, couch, lamps, and new tables. Several new permissions were gained which have pro- vided for more freedom and responsibility among the stu- dents. In the fall Westhampton College Government cooper- ated with Richmond College Student Government and the Navy V-12 Unit and presented a formal dance. This social function served to unite the campuses in a new way. At the annual Christmas party, Prof Williams read, tradi- tionally, the Chffirtmazr Carol by Dickens, and Santa Claus was played by Lieutenant H. Neville, Commanding Officer of the Naval Unit. This was followed by refresh- ments and carolling. Spring opened with elections. Mortar Board instituted a new ballot system, with two polls, Odd and Even, to facili- tate voting. LILLIAN W. BELK Preriden! forded much pleasure to all. HONOR COUNCIL. Left to right: Virginia Lambeth, Lillian Belk, Betty Lawson, Chairman, Doris Mills, Caroline Goode. WON ,gf-N. Betty Clement, Vice-president, Pat Husbands, Treasurer, Marian Huske, Sophomore Representative, Virginia Lam- beth, junior Representative, Ruth Latimer, President of Athletic Association, Ollie Menefee, Secretary, Anne Mac- Kenzie, President of Y.W.C.A., Doris Mills, Senior Rep- resentative, Jeanne Yeamans, Chairman of War Council. Our goal for the Million-Dollar Campaign was set at 31?1,000, to be raised within two years. The aim of College Government after all is to produce creative leadership for the future by giving each student a sense of responsibility in governing herself. RESIDENCE COUNCIL. Lef! Z0 right: Elizabeth Kibler, Carrie Trader, Betty Lawson, Chairman, Alice Rawlings, Kathryn Mumma. l49I if f ' f X f 7 M , f W il ' fi? HQ Z Q 3 - 1, OMAR VAN MARDAN NANCY GREY LAZENBY Edlf0"'m'Ch'ef LWertbampt011 College Editor a-., is t -f.: 1-. - as J- W 41" aw? e its f ti ' , 5 se, iffy , a . 4' ' 'F 1 it . I . ., -. ... Q MARY ELLEN TUCKER Bzzrinerr Mezmzger EDITORIAL STAFF. Doro-thy Ann Fishberg, jimmy Wor- rell, O. L. Burnette, Managing Editors, Conway Bibb, Westhampton Sports Editor, Powhatan Cox, Sports Editor. f 50 7-lie Gollegian Working for the Collegian this year was really more a game of chance than anything else. Not only was there a sad depletion of Richmond College stu- dents, but because of transfers and graduation, the more able and experienced writers, among the V-12 Unit, left campus. For this reason more work and responsibility fell upon the few. Omar Mardan, the "chief,H left school at mid- term, and Nancy Lazenby took over the editorship. All year the staff lived in mortal terror that it would lose one or all of its members to the Armed Forces. A special project was undertaken by the paper in connection with the "Million-Dollar Campaign," be- ing sponsored by the University, Each week the paper ran a story concerning one of the buildings being planned, giving full details of the structural plan and location of the building. In the same issue, edi- torial comment was macle concerning the uses of these postwar plans, and giving suggestions as to postwar education here at the University. Also, at- tempts were made to evolve the "gossip columnl' into a department which would be amusing and full of zest, but Qcompletelyj with malice toward none. The 1944-45 staff followed the age-old routine: Tuesday afternoon the copy came in Qmaybej, and in the quiet of the Play House office, inspiring in its very bleakness, the stories were read and corrected. After much pleading and gnashing of teeth, some- one was bribed into taking the copy by the print shop. On Wednesday, there were headlines to be written, make-up to be thought of, and more stories to be taken by the print shop. Thursday was the big day. The staff went to the print shop, where there was a frantic attempt to fill in those little inches, and the paper was finally put to bed. BUSINESS STAFF. Betty Hickerson, Virginia Gibson, Ruth Schimmel. Sealed: Mary Ellen Tucker. 7-lie e From the darkest corners of the world letters have come expressing a deep and sincere ap- preciation for memories of campus life. Serving as constant reminders of home, these memories have grown warm and real to servicemen near and far. Each personal feeling of a student gone from our sacred halls has been a stimulus to the spirit of the 1944-1945 WEB staff. With cooperation as a theme, we have worked to compile a permanent record for the present students of the University, a record which will mirror symbols of college days and treasured friendships. In spite of the hardships confronting the pub- lication of this year's annual there has been fine cooperation shown by both the business and editorial staffs, each contributing his part and ever willing to aid the other in time of emer- gency. We remember with a smile the suppers in the WEB office, over a table of - well, a table anyway. Here long hours of labor became pleasant happenings, and we became united in a common purpose. In the pages of the year book we have stressed the "little thingsl' that we remember from our years of college life. Amid familiar surround- ings-the towering pines, the Gothic chapel, the tranquil lake-we learned, were inspired, and grasped the happiest moments of a lifetime. These have become a vital part of our lives, they are part of us. EDITORIAL STAFF. Fir!! row: Bill Thornton, Bitsy Rosenbaum, Assistant Editors, Connie Sutton, Organiza- tions Editor, Ann Seay, Westhampton Sports Editor. Second zow: Walter Carson, Assistant Sports Editor, john Brown, Sports Editor, jimmy Ellwanger, Photography Editor. QAbsent from picture: Caroline Goode, Lib Weaver, Nor- man Long, Gordon Conklin, Haddon Sneadj PHILLIP RAY HART VIRGINIA CULLEN PITT Edilor-in-Chief Weilbamptofz College Editor WILLIAM L. STIGALL, JR. Bzzrinerr Manager BUSINESS STAFF. Firrt row: julian Pentecost, Barbara Richie, Westhampton Business Manager, Billy Stigall, Marie Peachee. Second row: Cornelia Reid, Frosty Goforth, O. Graham, Virginia Lambeth, Collins Flanagan, Mary Frances Bethel, ,Kenton Williams, Ann Jones, Marian Lawton. E511 JULIA S. WILLIS RICHARD E. HASKER Editor-in-Chief Richmond College Editor HAROLD L. FLAX B miner! Mmzager 7-'48 77z8SS8l'l9Z'L The Messenger, oldest of the campus publications, accepts again the challenge from a war-torn society to protect its democratic ideals and to keep alive free journalism. This year the Merrenger has. tried to reflect in its pages not only the literary creativeness of the stu- dents, but also some of the problems and ideas that arise before them in wartime. Not only has the con- tent borne the imprint of war, but the staff has felt the expected problems. The contributors were fewer and the range of talent somewhat diminished. The publication was restricted tor three issues this year. Besides the problems that the staff has faced to- gether with their fellow students, the most outstand- ing problem it has encountered has been the lack of efficient organization which the editorial body has felt within itself. The staff has cooperated with the Edi- tor-in-chief in the hope that a strong organization would increase the interest of the students, inspire better journalism and make the Meyrengeff an in- tegral part of the education of those students who find the time and the interest to devote to it. The Fall issue was focused on the individual. The material presented some of the various personalities that produce and bring into relief out of the great panorama of human living. The second issue was de- voted to education. The Merfenger felt that there was a growing interest in new procedures of learning among the students and a concern for the problems of postwar education in relation to the returning serviceman. In the Spring issue Rich- mond, past and present, formed the central theme. Around these ideas we worked the contributions of the stu- dent body. Although the WEB is the best campus publication, its staff does allow its "friends" from the Collegian and Merrezzger offices to associate with it- merely, however, for the sake of "journalism" l 52 . Wlifclzell Celebrating its fifteenth anniversary the S. C. Mitchell Literary Society entered what promised to be a very successful year with O. L. Burnette, jr., as President. Other officers for the Society were Fletcher Stiers, Vice-President, Jack Sullivan, Secretary, Rey- nolds Rackett, Treasurer, O. Graham, Representa- tive to the Forensic Council. One of the most unique programs presented to the society was the one which S. C. MITCHELL LITERARY SOCIETY. From' row: Lincoln Bax- ter, Reynolds Rackett, Fletcher Stiers, O. L. Burnette, President, O. I. Graham, Wilbur Sims. Second row: Don Agee, Ted Eggleston, Norman McCrary, Harry Mears, L. O. Snead, Edgar Hutton, Thomas Fletcher. Third row: Dr. R. F. Smart, Sponsor, Marion Topham, Paul Strickland, Roy Wyatt, James Richman, Russell Cherry, Scott Hut- ton, Charlie Wainman, Harry Baldwin. f ' 1 ofzensic ounci The Forensic Council was organized in 1930 in order to coordinate the activities of the three literary societies and the debate team. Since that time, sev- eral activities have evolved which the Council an- nually sponsors. Among these are the inter-society debates, the inter-society banquet, and Ladies' Night. The Council has rendered valuable service in these difficult days in that it has helped to keep the societies alive and active. This year the Council has been capably guided by Gordon Conklin as President, and A. I. Sullivan as Secretary-Treasurer. Although the Council feels that its work for this year has been well done, it looks forward with hope to the postwar days when Foren- sic activity can take its rightful place in the life of the student. FORENSIC COUNCIL. Melvin Bradshaw, O. L. Bur- nette, Gordon Conklin, Presidentg Harold Flax, O. Graham, julian Pentecost, Bill Stigall, jack Sullivan. fifetafzrl gociefq consisted of discussions of different types of music, accompanied by demonstrations by the use of a phonograph and records. Several banquets were en- joyed by the members, one being held in the fall and a Founder's Day banquet in the spring. After the start afforded .it by its fifteen successful years, the S. C. Mitchell Society is forging ahead into a very bright future. 53 ll PHILOLOGIAN LITERARY SO- CIETY. Front row: Bob Barbour, j J. C. Coleman, Bill Stigall, Presi- dent, Waring Davis, Bill Luck. Serena' row: Bobby Chandler, A1- bert McCue, Cloyde Wiley, Don Camden, Bob Mosby. Stazndifvgr julian Parr, Ellett McGeorge, jim- my Ellwanger, Harold Flax. I pluilologian fifefzafuj gociefmj The grim war years of 1944 and 1945 have had a marked effect on the nature and character of the work done by the members of Philologian. With ranks greatly depleted by graduation and loss to the services, the Society set about to build up its membership to normal levels. Of necessity, the majority of these men came from the freshman class, with little or no experience. But these men have shown great promise, ability, and industry. The programs have been very interesting this year with prepared speeches and extemporaneous talks which were above par. The Society has particularly enjoyed dis- cussions of topics of current interest. The goal of the Society has been to teach its men to think clearly "on their feet" and to speak well. ,mu gigma Rho fifefzauj gociefxj Founded in October, 1846, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society is probably the oldest students' organization at Richmond College. Led by julian Pentecost and Ralph Shotwell, who served as president and vice-president during the first semester, and Kenneth Smith and Nor- man Long, who served in those capacities during the last semester, the society enjoyed a most successful year. The organization affords opportunity for training in reading, declaiming, public speaking, debating, and writing. In carrying out the purpose of the society to promote clearer expression, each member was given the opportunity to speak at least twice during the year, and many extemporaneous speeches on various amusing topics were given. Beyond intrasociety debating, Mu Sig, as always, met with S. C. Mitchell and Philologian for intersociety debates. MU SIGMA RHO LITERARY SOCIETY. From row: George Wyatt, Snuffy Smith, Bill Gresham, jesse Crabtree, Sammy Artz. Second row: joe Wargofcak, Ralph Shot- well, julian Pentecost, President, Ellis O'Neal, jimmy Worrell. Third row: Roger Harris, Thomas Booker, Guy Campbell, john Wilbur, War- ren Winstead, Collins Flanagan, Phil Hart. 7-Le Wlinisfefzial association With the constitutional pur- pose of uniting the ministerial students in a closer relationship of brotherly love, and of en- couraging religious life on the campus and leading in religious activities, the Ministerial As- sociation has functioned this year, as always. Operating under abnormal conditions, but with the same spirit leading and uniting us, the ministerial students have sought to foster the Christian spirit and to make it count on the campus. Our plans were changed a little this year as to programs, by having every other meeting devoted to student participation n MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. From' row: Ellis O'Neal, Scott Hutton, Melvin Bradshaw, President, Gordon Conklin, Edgar Hutton. Second 1'0'lU.' Phil Hart, Powha- tan Cox, George Wyatt, Snuify Smith, Ralph Shotwell. Third row: Meredith Rober- son, Paul Strickland, Roy Wyatt, Roy Rakes, julian Pentecost. Fourth row: Marion Topham, Wilbur Sims, Russell Cherry, Lawson Pankey, Irvin Dawson, john Wilbur, Melvin Wampler, Kenneth Howard, Harry Baldwin. rather than having an outside speaker. The purpose of this was to give the less experienced members a chance to speak and to receive constructive criticism that the other members might be able to give. Mr. Ralph Winders, Baptist student secretary' in the State, worked through the Ministerial Association to secure men for work during the summer among churches and missions in the State. The students eagerly became en- gaged in this type of work, for we realized that there was an urgent need for ministers and pastors in this area. Also we realized the value of this practical work. 7-Le gapflsf gfudenf Union For the first time the Baptist Student Union has had a joint Westhampton-Richmond College Council. Under the leadership of the president, Joyce Eubank, and the Faculty Adviser, Miss Margaret Rudd, the B.S.U. has tried to effect its aim to form the link between the student and the church through the encouragement of service in the various churches in the city, through the "Y's" and Ministerial Association on the campus and through social functions. It includes all Baptist students on the campus. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION. Top rouf: Lottie Blan- ton, Melvin Bradshaw, Carmine Clay. Second row: Lydia Crabtree, Joyce Eubank, President, Edgar Hutton. Third row: Scott Hutton, jean Pebworth, julian Pentecost. Qoung Wlenis Glvzisfain association The activities of the Young Men's Christian Associ- ation vvere very limited this year. Nevertheless with a cabinet determined to make itself felt as an influence on the campus, We carried on. The usual Christmas party for underprivileged chil- dren could not be held due to the shortage of food. The "Y" cooperated in presenting Vesper Programs, Chapel Programs, and helped to lay plans for Religious Empha- sis Week. We cooperated in the World Student Service Eund Drive and sponsored the ping-pong tournament. The Y.M.C.A. was very unfortunate in not being able to use the "Y" building due to the fact that the Naval V-12 Unit was using it for a sick bay. In spite of all our difficulties, We strove to continue serving the religious needs of the students in true "Y" fashion. YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. Front row: julian Pentecost, Kenneth Howard, Presi- dent, Ralph Shotwell, Melvin Brad- shaw. Second row: Bill Stigall, joe Wargofcak, Ellett McGeorge, Paul Strickland, Gordon Conklin, Roger Harris. zjounfrg women? Glvzistian association This year the "YH has been active in social service Work. At Christmas they entertained the girls at Kil- bourne Farm and sponsored the boxes for these girls. The annual retreat at Roslyn was held in the spring. Nancy Todd was chairman of the Freshman Commis- sion. The HY" was led this year by Anne MacKenzie. The organization also helped with the planning of Re- ligious Emphasis Week and had charge of several Ves- per Programs during the year. Also at a chapel program they presented as speaker the Young Peoples' Secretary from the International Furthermore the "Y" Worked with the Richmond Inter-Collegiate Council. As is the custom, the group was in charge of the booths on May Day. It also spon- sored the book drive for prisoners of War. YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. Kfzeelingf Mary lou Massie, Helen Mumper. Si! ling: Nancy Todd, Nancy Leslie Jean White, Anne MacKenzie, Pres- identg Alta Ayers, Beth Decker, LaVinia Watson, Ruth Maris. 56 INTERNATIONAL RELA- TIONS. First row: Frances Anne Beale, Faye Clarke. Second row: Alta Ayers, julia Shelton, Isabel Cunnels, Louise Richardson, Eliza- beth Weaver, President: Dot Fran- cis, Elaine Weil, Joyce Eubank. Third row: Jean White, Polly jones. Qnfefmafional Relations This group was formed for the purpose of un- biased study and discussion of world affairs. This year it has sought to keep the campus aware of the pending peace problems. The club sponsors debates, discussions, and lectures in a conscientious effort to keep abreast of the times. The club is sponsored by the Carnegie Foundation of World Peace. 7-lie wat Gouncil The War Council has been active this year in help- ing the French War Relief. It has also sponsored entertainment for the wounded at McGuire Hospital. The goal in the sale of stamps and bonds is to send a quota of men fully equipped overseas. The Council also sponsored canteens for the V-12 boys. It has di- rected the students in their individual war work, also. i57l Yeamans, Chairman, Cornelia Reid row: Beth Decker, LaVinia Watson Anne Skinner, Maida Mickle WAR COUNCIL. Fifi! row: Ann Powers, Elaine Weil, Elizabeth Weaver, Betty Edwardsen, Jeanne Ruth Maris, Alta Ayers. Second WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE GLEE CLUB. Front row: Hannah Barlow, Virginia Herndon, Mildred Daffron, Anne Fisher, President, Elizabeth Parker, julia Shelton. Second row: Seth Darrow, Jean Pebworth, Milicent Hutcherson, Alta Ayers, Louise Richardson, jane Belk, Wilma Lum, jean Brumsey, Deborah Morrison, Nancy Abbott. Richmond College glee The 1944-45 Glee Club has also been hard hit by the shortage of students, but nevertheless under the experienced guidance of the director, Mr. Alton Howell, it continues to function. Its officers were: H. Melvin Wampler, President, Paul Strickland, Vice-president, Powhatan Cox, Business Manager, Thomas Ligon, Librarian. Meetings have been neces- sarily cut to once a week. Due to the government tax, the club has not made its usual appearances at Ewartls Cafeteria. However, before the year was over the club visited Mary Washington College, collaborated with Westhampton College Glee Club in a recital and presented other similar programs. The club welcomed into its small group several members from the V-12 Unit although their service was necessarily limited. wafhampfon college qlee This year the Glee Club presented a Spanish Cantata at its Formal Concert. The Club went to Kil- bourne Farm to entertain the girls there and later sang for the wounded soldiers at McGuire Hospital and at the Army Air Base Hospital. The Spring "Pop" concert was also presented at which the club sang new popular songs as well as long time favorites. Anne Fisher was president of the club this year. In April the group sang for the 400 volunteer workers for the 31,000,000 campaign. This year due to the crowded schedules of many of the students the Glee Club's membership has been smaller. How- ever, the accomplishments have been above average. 58 Roupas, Wally Wilson. Second ww Roland Jameson, Pete Thayer Thomas Booker, George Wyatt. RICHMOND COLLEGE GLEE CLUB. Front row: Bobby Chand ler, Bob Boulden, Powhatan Cox Paul Strickland, Melvin Wampler President, Tom Ligon, Warren Winstead, Lawson Pankey, Andy Marion Topham, Clifford Brussels Norman Long, Bill Vitiello, Bill Gresham, Sammy Artz, Bob Doss Richmond Gollege Debate Team The Debate Team was organized early in the year with Joel Harnett as captain and coach, and O. Graham as manager. About ten men came out for the squad, but only about half of these have been active. We started the season with several practice debates with Westhamp- ton College and met Farmville State Teachers' College as our f1rst op- ponent. Early in December Joel Harnett, Norman Long, John Wilbur and Jimmy Worrell represented Richmond in a state TKA Tourna- ment at Natural Bridge, Virginia. Later in December, Joel Harnett and Norman Long represented Richmond in a radio discussion and a plat- form debate with Columbia University. Three of our members, Nor- man Long, O. Graham, and Jimmy Wforrell were tapped into Tau Kappa Alpha.. ln March we met the University of North Carolina in a highly con- l tested debate on the National Question, "Compulsory Arbitration of Labor Disputes." Our negative, upheld by john Wilbur and Stanley Cohen with O. J. Graham acting as moderator, took the decision. Closing our activities for the year, in April we took the affirmative of the National Question against the College of William and Mary. Stan- T ley Cohen and Roy Wyatt upheld our argument. Although we did not do much travelling due to a curtailed budget, our manager established relations with a number of colleges far and wide-among which are New York University, Randolph-Macon Col- lege, and the Medical College of Virginia. As times goes by we hope to visit these institutions and carry RC on to victory. WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE DEBATE COUNCIL. Top 1-ow: jackie Batten, Cora Lynn Chaffee, Doris Colley. Second row: Beth Decker, Isabel Gunnels, Alsie Keyser. Third raw: Betty Hickerson, Florence Hickerson, Norma Polk. Fourth row: Allen Rucker, Betty Harris Scherr, Ruth Schimmel, Lena Thornton. f59 Fifi! row: O. Graham, joel Harnett, Captain, Norman Long, john Wilbur, jimmy Worrell, Ray Wyatt. westhampfon college Debate Team This year the Debate Council has worked with the Richmond College chapter of Tau Kappa Alpha. Their meetings consisted of short debates which were followed by forums. The subjects covered were usually connected with current events. Miss Ross was the council's spon- sor this year. For three years the Debate Council has cur- tailed its inter-collegiate debating due to inade- quate transportation caused by the war. Conse- quently the group has substituted debate forums for its goal in place of the previously held inter- collegiate debates. The most paramount of the current events have been selected for these de- bate forums, and much worthwhile discussion has come out of these meetings. The council took over one of the Westhampton chapel programs trying to bring something of national import- ance before the students. This year the Debate Council has worked with the Richmond College chapter of Tau Kap- pa Alpha, and we hope to see this cooperation grow next year. Under the capable leadership of Miss Margaret Ross, the group has earnestly tried to sustain and further all forensic activi- ties on the campus. a 1 . a afcomz ews ounce 3 5 95 is :'. " ,,,,q 5' ::,g5,I'-5,1 . 1. - ay- ' 'Ii' gg .' W ,H f I . Q: v t'-M-63+ '. .2r:r1Q: - . 'YW' l V af X. lf- . ., ' ar. 1f37fWa aa rf ...if-' ' 1 V- Q .2 -W ,- ,- ff if -v s." - 5 -' -'-"" A . -. H - it ' it of , , f . zgiff' ' - i 'Agar-f af ia.. .. ltffjsiar of ,fa9faX?f5'f 1 5-' . 5. 5 Z-4 JU iv: 'f ,E4i' 5ZZi, 2111" 'WW ' f ', f 5761. "'7"aa. "l?'3',EfI 1. ' 1. -' " ' , 3 A ' fi.: I V if P . . NATIONAL NEWS COUNCIL. Top 1'0w.' Isabel Ammerman, Alta Ayers, Frances Anne Beale, Betty Bowdler, Cora Chaffee. Second 1'014f.' Faye Clarke, Peggy Bowdler, Shirley Davis, Eulalia Edwards, Betty Edwardsen. onian usic The Ionian Music Club whose membership is composed of music students was organized to pro- mote a deeper appreciation of good music among the students. Monthly recitals have developed talent and audience poise. The annual spring re- cital was also given. During the past year the club has been under the leadership of Patricia Husbands, President, and Mrs. Wendt and Mr. Fuchs, advisers, the club has broadened its program with concerts of original piano compositions. As a highlight of the season Mr. Fuchs presented john Powell, the noted pianist, in a concert. This council tries to stimulate a broader view of our country and the world as a whole. The meetings of the club were generally informal dis- cussions on the Latin American affairs, the presi- dential election and the labor question in our country. The club also sponsored chapel programs to make the students more news-conscious. At one of these Dr. Ralph McDanel compared the presi- dential candidates. Dr. Maude Woodfin, professor of History, was sponsor of the council this year, and Peggy Clark was president. Under their leadership the group has carried on its activities in a deserving manner. - .. . I 4-5, . df . ,f,,,.,.g.- ' - H K xx .1-xr., , " ' Q N . ., Za 2 , fafisfk 'f 'f 112121.-fi -. 'i . My ,. .-2.-2 i - ' Qt ,. - " P. - . ' -1 '- f 'W . Y z 2-2-,ww ' 5209 2' 1 Ms . : .A V " Y HSN ge. K-'aw ,, t T X G S ' - . ' - , '. X ' ,aff . 'X - . V- . -"" A . " 'I .- K' ' f a. ' . .4 " ' 2: 1:5.,:-' W' as-1 'fsazti' 4 Q - wif , . i NATIONAL NEWS COUNCIL. Top row: Joyce Eubank, Isa- bel Gunnels, jackie Hodges, Ruth Latimer. Lower row: Betty Lawson, Beverly Ryland, Verda Slettin, Jeanne Vaiden, Libby Weaver. 60 IONIAN MUSIC CLUB. At the piaziza: Pat Husbands. Fran! raw: Virginia Herndon, Millicent Hutch- erson, Sally Taylor, jane Belk, Elsie Minter, Shirley Davis, Frances Anne Beale. Seromi row: Wilma Lum, Marion Senter, Nancy Abbott, Seth Darrow. LES FEMMES SAVANTES. Front row: Anne Skinner, Dorothy Davis, Beverley Patton, Connie Sutton. Second row: Ellen Hodges, Anne Fisher, Jeanne Yeamans, Cornelia Reid. QAnne jones, President, ab- sent from picturej fes qlemmes aoanfes To promote interest in the language and customs of France and to contribute as much as possible in work for the French War Relief have been the aims of Les Femmes Savantes this year. To be eligible for membership the student must have had two years of French with approved grades and must have shown an inter- est in the language and the people of France. In the spring the club had its annual French banquet. Eta gigma p i This group was formed to recognize the work of outstanding students and to stimulate an interest in the classics. The chapter has had as one of its aims the sponsoring of a Greek War Relief program. In December a tea was given for students of fourth-year Latin in Rich- mond high schools and for the girls at West- hampton studying advanced Latin. A public tap- ping of new members took place in November. 61 Batten, President. I ETA SIGMA PHI. Left to Hgh! Ruth Hiller, Connie Sutton Doro thy Davis, Ann Twombly, Winifred Hambleton, julia Shelton ackie NOSTRAE FILIAE. Left to right Beth Decker, Marion Lawton, Sal lie Lawson, President, Nancy Todd, ean White, Virginia Ellett, La- EL PICARO. Fifi! row: Marion Lawton, Alta Ayers, Dorothy Davis, Marylou Massie, Beverley Patton. Serofzd raw: Connie Sutton, Betty Bowdler, Anne Fisher, Lydia Crab- tree, President, Doris Mills, Bever- ley Ryland, Winifred Hambleton, Jeanne Vaiden, Peggy Clark. Third row: Louise Richardson, Frances Newman. gl plCGiO El Picaro, the Spanish club at Westhampton, has had as its aim the promotion of better in- terest and understanding of Latin American affairs on the campus. The club has presented programs during the year emphasizing the art, music, customs, and language of Central and South America. Pan-American Week was recog- nized with a group of exhibits made by the stu- dents. Lydia Crabtree, president, led the ac- tivities. IVY. ,,,,,, ,,,. . . ..-,-..,..,,,,,,J 'nosffzae 'fclcae This organization includes in its member- ship those students whose mothers, aunts, or grandmothers attended the Richmond Female Institute or the Woman's College of Richmond. The group was led this year by Cora Lawson, president. They observed Founders Day with a chapel program at which Governor Darden was guest speaker. This was the 90th anni- versary of the two colleges. nb Vinia Watson. 62 fl I. ,..., 7i4e Qnfefzghafefznifxl Gounci With fraternity affairs becoming more and more important in the lives of the students of Rich- mond College, a need was felt for a council to bind the fraternities together. In 1914 the Greek letter fraternities organized the Interfraternity Council. The Council is made up of two members from each fraternity and three members from the fa- culty. The officers for 1944-45 are: Dr. Herman P. Thomas, president, Dr. R. C. McDanel, vice- president, and Professor Fred M. Caylor, secre- tary-treasurer. Omar Mardan is chairman of the Dance Committee. The work of the Interfraternity Council each year is to conduct "rushing" weeks, "Interfraternity Week," interfraternity dances, the awarding of scholarship and intra-mural athletic trophies. In a normal year all of the fraternities take part in these activities, and the competition is very keen and spirited. ' The activities of the council have been greatly curtailed during the session of 1944-45 due to war conditions. However, regular meetings are held, and a close watch maintained on the problems of the chapters. Consideration is now being given to the future problems of fraternities on the campus, and plans are being made to keep the fraternities intact during the war. The Interfraternity Council has been indispen- sable this year as it has been in the past for it is here that the fraternities have the opportunity to thrash out their problems over the conference table and to make plans which will enable the individual fra- ternity to work more efficiently. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL. Top ww: Lincoln Baxter, Douglas Goforth, O. Graham, joel Harnett, Roger Harris. Serofzd row: Phil Hart, William Hester, Kenneth Howard, L. L. McGee, Edward L. Pitt. Third row: Bill Seaver, Malcolm Silver, Kenneth Smith, Fletcher Stiers, Bill Stigall, George Wilkinson. 63 1 . Spomwf MISS JANE CRENSHAW Richmond, Virginia PLEDGES Charles A. Dixon William H. Gill James M. Minor, Jr. William M. Schools j. Q 'I 1, 'V U ' 0 0. ':' 1 y U 1 ' QG Q A Q 0 J' '-n yf . I ' p i Delia 7-lfnefa Founded at University of Miami 1848 VIRGINIA DELTA CHAPTER Established at University of Richmond 1857 Reestablished at University of Richmond 1959 Fmlffef In Faczzlmle WILLIAM FREDERICK CAYLOR 137611761 In Collegio CLASS OF 1947 Ray A. Baird Kenneth Crumpton, Jr. Leo Garrett Frank Hendrick CLASS OF 1948 Lawrence O. Snead, Jr. Top row: Ray Baird, Kenneth Crumpton, L. O. Snead, Frank Hendrick, James Minor. Lower row: Bill Schools, Leo Garrett, President. 43939 64 J? " 'Legg N 1 1 i I appa i ma Founded at University of Virginia 1869 BETA BETA CHAPTER Founded at University of Richmond 1901 Fmrres I 72 Faczzlzfaie Milton Hitt Ralph C. McDanel Edward C. Peple William L. Prince Charles H. Wheeler Fmlref In Collegio CLASS OF 1945 Roger L. Harris Reynolds H. Rachett, jr. CLASS OF 1946 William E. Seaver, jr. NAVY V-12 joseph Johnson Leake Wornum james Moody Ellett Barden A Boogie Williams PLEDGES John Shea, jr. Richard F. Teass, jr. Fred Kohler Sponsor Miss BETTY J. BooTH Bluefield, West Virginia NAVY-12 PLEDGES Douglas Brown Richard Caples James H. Dryden jack Kolcum Walter Kuesten Donald Kurz Gilbert Rodgers Kyle Will Top row: Ellett Barden, Roger Harris, Presidentg joe johnson, Fred Kohler. Sec01m'1'0w.'Jack Kolcum Wal ter Kuesten, Donald Kurz, Jim Moody, Reynolds Rackett, Andy Roupas, Bill Seaver. Third row: Jack Shea Richard Teass, Kyle Will, Leake Wornum. ' E551 apim Founded at Washington and Lee University 1865 ETA CHAPTER Established at University of Richmond 1870 Fmtafer In Fncnltazfe Robert C. Astrop Malcolm U. Pitt Sponsor Benjamin C. Holtzclaw Miss MARY RUTH CALDWELL George M' Modlm Richmond, Virginia F1'nzf1'e5 In Collegio CLASS OF 1946 James F. Ellwanger Walter L. Carson, jr. CLASS OF 1947 William O. Hester, jr. Louis L. McGee PLEDGES NAVY V-12 Larry Bournias Henry P. G. Corley james C. Coleman, Jr. f i ClaytOn S. C0014 James H. Loughridge, jr, , 4 U Willard C. OSb1lrD Harry L. Mears 'J Robert B. Ooghe Top row: Larry Bournias, I. C. Coleman, Bucky Corley, jimmy Ellwanger, Bill Hester. Lower row: jim Lough- ridge, Harry Mears, L. L. McGee, Presidentg Bob Ooghe, Willard Osburn. 'r av T663 n .. -so ,' A '.. 1' I N I '- ..u "- -. tg :I gigma Epsilon Founded at University of Alabama 1856 VIRGINIA TAU CHAPTER Established at University of Richmond 1884 Reestablished at University of Richmond 1938 Fmlrer In Facultale C. Leonard Albright Herman P. Thomas Robert E. Gaines Fmtref I n C ol! e gio CLASS oi? 1 945 Kenneth Lee Smith julian H. Pentecost CLASS OF 1947 Douglas B. Goforth john R. Shotwell Melvin E. Yeamans CLASS OF 1948 Thomas J. Smith Sponsor Miss VIRGINIA LAMBETH Richmond, Virginia PLEDGEs Samuel F. Artz William F. Baylor, Jr Chester A. Bishof Thomas L. Booker C. Guy Campbell, jr. Jesse E. Crabtree, Jr. John H. Dempsey Shelley M. Hunt NAVY V-'12 Robert R. Mosby Benjamin Brockenbrough Daniel E. Ramer Heth Owen Charles A. Peachee, Jr Vernon White Warren J. Winstead Top row: Sam Artz, Bill Baylor, Chester Bishof, Thomas Booker, Ben Brockenbrough. Second row: Guy Campbell esse Crab tree, john H. Dempsey, Douglas Goforth, President, Shelley Hunt, Bob Mosby, Heth Owen. Third row: Charles Peachee ulian Pentecost, Dan Ramer, Ralph Shotwell, Kenneth Smith, Warren Winstead. 67 Sponsor Miss ELIZABETH B. THOMPSON Richmond, Virginia PLEDGES Robert S. Barbour Bobby H. Chandler M. Gary Dennis Robert M. Doss Gilbert G. Henley Guy A. Leath, Jr. Thomas A. Ligon julian B. Parr Donald G. Edel Cloyde W. Wiley, jr. Ernest J. Goetz Kenton A. Williams William D. Gresham W. Haddon Snead, jr. William O. Hallmark, jr. E. Wyllys Taylor i CPF? pid gamma Delta Founded at Washington and jefferson College 1848 RHo CHI CHAPTER Established at University of Richmond 1890 Prnzrer In Fncnlinre Robert E. Loving Samuel Chiles Mitchell Malcolm R. Doubles William Gaines Garnett Ryland Frntrer In Collegio CLASS or 1945 Kenneth D. Howard Joseph P. Wargofcak CLASS or 1946 Roderick D. Miller Andrew Sullivan, jr. George L. Wilkinson CLASS OF 1947 Esten H. Shomo James R. Richman Ellett R. McGeorge, jr. W. Wallace Wilson Randolph McCutcheon, jr. Top row: Bob Barbour, Bobby Chandler, Gary Dennis, Bob Doss, Don Edel, Ernest Goetz, Bill Gresham, Bill Hallmark, Gilbert Henley. Second row: Kenneth Howard, President, Guy Leath, Tom Ligon, Randolph Mc- Cutcheon, Ellett McGeorge, Roderick Miller, julian Parr, jimmy Richman, Esten Shomo. Third row: Haddon Snead, jack Sullivan, Wyllys Taylor, joe Wargofcak, Clovde Wiley, George Wilkinson, Kenton Williams, Wally Wilson. tea . Af 'Oryz- gigma epsilon Founded at Richmond College 1901 VIRGINIA ALPHA CHAPTER F1"6ll'7'6J' In Facilitate Beverly jones Fmtref I za Col! e gio CLASS OF 1945 Omar V. Mardan CLASS or 1946 Oakley Graham, Jr. CLASS or 1947 Thomas B. Pearman, IV Fletcher Stiers, jr. Sponsor MISS ELIZABETH KOLTUKIAN Richmond, Virginia PLEDGES Donald Agee Telford S. Eggleston, J Norman B. McCrary Albert M. McCue Top row: Don Agee, Ted Eggleston, O. I. Graham, Omar Mardan, Norman McCrary, Lower row: Albert McCue, Tom Pearman, Fletcher Stiers, President. ' 69 1 Sponsor' MRS. DOROTHY RHEUTAN LANGHORNE Richmond, Virginia Francis Ashley Robert J. Boulden Peter Clyne Buffingt PLEDGES on, IV R. Kenneth Butler, jr. Clinton L. China Robert Q. Collier Edmond C. Doggett Gerald S. Locklear Grayson Tuck Ralph S. Matthews Marvin Null John H. Savage Grady Taylor William C. Thornton Alfred G. Wiltshire 02,1 3 ii., .zz .- -,-.1-S15 7-lzefa Founded at Norwich University 1856 OMICRON CHAPTER Established at University of Richmond 1915 Fmtrer In Collegio CLASS OF 1945 J. Powhatan Cox Phillip Ray Hart Edward L. Pitt, III CLASS OF 1946 John W. Brown, Jr. Robert A. jackson CLASS or 1947 Harold M. Nutter Hugh T. Adair jimmy L. Worrell CLASS or 1948 Randel Q. Little Marshall Soghoian Top row: Hugh Adair, Robert Boulden, john Brown, Pete Buffington, Kenneth Butler, Bill Collier, Powhatan Cox Serond :ou Phillip Hart, President, Robert jackson, Stewart Landrum, Randel Little, Gerald Locklear, Ralph Matthews, jack Null Tbud row Harold Nutter, Edward Pitt, Marshall Soghoian, jack Savage, Bill Thornton, Grayson Tuck, jimmy Worrell 70 lplm Delta Founded at Richmond College 1923 F1A'at1'eJ In Faczzllate Solon B. Cousins, Sr. Fwztrer In C ol! e gio CLASS or 1945 Melvin Bradshaw John M. Emert Norman R. Long R. Berkley Garnett CLASS OF 1946 E. Gordon Conklin George E. Reynolds CLASS or 1947 Spomor MRS. E. GORDON CONKLIN Richmond, Virginia PLEDGES Harry W. Baldwin, Jr. Herbert E. Carter, jr. Russell T. Cherry, Jr. Edgar T. Hutton Ellis E. O'Neal Frederick A. Scott, Jr. Roy B. Wyatt, jr. Top ww: Harry Baldwin, Melvin Bradshaw, Russell Cherry, Gordon Conklin, President, Berkley Garnett Lower row: Norman Long, Ellis O'Neal, George Reynolds, Roy Wyatt. i l 71 W CHEMISTRY CLUB. TOP row: Ann Clark, Doris Col- ley, President, Audrey Grubin. Second row: Ruth Hiller, Peggy Macy, Alma Rosenbaum. 7-lze Glzemisffzml The Chemistry Club was organized in 1930, its purposes being to further interest in Chemis- try and to promote more intimate relations be- tween the students of Chemistry at the Univer- sity of Richmond. To become a member of the club, a student must have done good work in the department and must present a paper on some subject in the field of Chemistry which he chooses. This paper, either a biographical sketch of a famous chemist, a treatise on a phase of Chemistry, or a dissertation on a new discovery, is read before the club. Due to war the mem- bership has been limited to a certain degree. Members of the V-12 unit were invited to join the club last year. The officers this year are Doris Colley, Presi- dent, Audrey Grubin, Vice-President, Ruth Hiller, Secretary, and Ann Clark, Treasurer. Among the interesting programs presented this year were discussions of spectrumanalysis, blood phosphorines and its importance, magnesium and its place as a vital war material, and plant pigments. New members whose pictures are not shown are Lucille Cosby, Lola Carter, Lucy Harvie, Zue Anderson, Lincoln Baxter, A. Sullivan, O. Graham, William Hester, Vir- ginia Gibson, Caroline Goode, Annie Breed- love, and Irene White. The Chemistry Club encourages students of exceptional ability by awarding Chemistry Club Honor keys to those who are members of the club with an average grade of ninety for two years' work in the department. 72 gefa gefa gefa Beta Beta Beta was organized for the purpose of supplying for the biological sciences an hon- orary departmental fraternity. It seeks to en- courage scholarly attainment in this field by reserving its membership for those who achieve superior records and who indicate peculiar apti- tude for the subject of Biology. The chapter hailed this year with the furnishing of a new chapter room in the Biology Building. "Ye Are the Salt Of the Earthf' was the title and text of Dr. William Keppner's talk at Con- vocation, March second. This was an endeavor to bring Tri Beta to the fore in the minds of the students on the campus. On April fourth, a banquet was held at which four from the V-12 unit, six from Westhampton College, and Dr. Paul S. Siegal Qas honorary memberj were formally and informally elected to membership. The Biology Club, open to all those intrested in this field, was sponsored this year by Tri Beta after a lapse of two years. It is hoped that mem- bership in this club will be an increased incen- tive toward higher membership in Beta Beta Beta. if BETA BETA BETA. Top 1'01L'.' Conway Bibb, Doris Colley, Janie Copenhaver. Seronci row: Ruth Hiller President, Elizabeth Parker, Mary Ellen Tucker. Top rmzf: Mary Campbell, Cora Lynn Chaffee, Ann Clark, Ruth Cotten, Anne Fisher. Bottom 1'0'LlJ,'vROgCII Harris, Omar Mardan, Ruth Maris, Ann Seay, Kenneth Smith, julia Willis. QAbsent from picture: jim Miller.j 7-148 plGLI27Z.S The University Players have had a busy season this year. In the fall they sponsored the annual Campus Revue made up of cam- pus talent aided by some of the V-12 boys. Also this year they presented a 315100 War Bond to the school, their contribution to the 351,000,000 campaign. The group pro- duced a set of one-act plays and later in the year they produced two full-length plays. One of these, "Quiet Wedding,,' was pre- sented in April and was a great success. ZULOQ 0 Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities recognizes the campus leaders in schools all over the country. To be eligible for election to Who's Who the student must be in the junior or senior class and must have shown outstanding ability or qualities of leadership in several fields. The names of those who had been elected were announced in the fall. This is the first year that Westhampton has been repre- sented. WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS. Top row: Lillian Belk, Melvin Bradshaw, Ann Clark, Betty Clement, Caroline Goode. Second row: Phillip Hart, joel Harnett, Ellen Hodges, Kenneth Howard, Betty Lawson. Third raw: Ruth Latimer, Omar Mardan, julian Pentecost, Virginia Pitt, Jeanne Yeamans. I 73 i A l l 1 l gjmng gmfiafes The following students, hav- ing completed 12 hours of psy- chology with a "BH average, were initiated into the club: Betty Edwardsen, Jeanne Yea- mans, Ellen Hodges, Irene Tay- lor, Bill Seaver, Barbara Richie, Marie Peachee, Nancy Todd and Alice Rawlings. 7 PSYCHOLOGY CLUB. Left to rigbl: Dr. Paul Siegel, Kenneth Howard, julian Pentecost, Virginia Pitt, President, Roger Harris, Anne MacKenzie, Wilbur Sims, Lottie Blanton, Nell White, Anne Fisher, Betty Lawson, Dr. Merton E. Carver. PI DELTA EPSILON. Top row: Harold Flax, joel Harnett, Phillip Hart. Second row: Dorothy Ann Eishberg, Nancy Lazen- by, Omar Mardan. Tloim' row: julian Pentecost, Virginia Pitt, jean Saperstein. Family row: Ann Seay, Mary Ellen Tucker, Presi- dent, Marianne Waddill, julia Willis. f74 7-148 pSvCLOlO9V The Psychology Club was organized in Octo- ber, 1944 for the benefit of psychology majors and minors. The program of this club supple- ments the regular class work of the students with opportunity for practical application of their knowledge, first-hand information of the psychopathical situations and conditions in so- ciety, and gives the students guidance to the opportunities open to them in the field of psy- chology. The program for this has been both entertain- ing and beneficial to the members. Speakers from varied fields of psychological work have broadened extensively our information of pros- pective occupations. Plans for the coming year were made between "hot dogs" while on a house party at Dr. Siegel's home on the james. With the interest already ex- hibited in the Psychology Club this past year, we are assured of a stable and promising future for this organization. pi Delta Epsilon The purpose of Pi Delta Epsilon, national honorary journalism fraternity, is to recognize students who have made outstanding achieve- ments in the field of journalism. Qualifications for membership include at least two years, work on one or more campus publications and hold- ing a responsible position on at least one and exhibiting a sincere, unseliish interest in the publications. mortar Kamal Mortar Board, national honor society for senior women, tries to recognize and promote scholarship, leadership, and serv- ice. Its members have tried to bring about a realization of the real opportunities which college offers and in this way raise the level of work being done here. They have also made an effort to create a closer stu- dent-relationship. The members are tapped in the spring of their junior year. In the spring of this year Mortar Board gave a tea for the membersof Phi Beta Kappa and also for the girls of each class who had outstanding grades. Also in April they sponsored the annual school for next year's officers of the various organizations. i . l micfzon Delta I appa Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary leadership fraternity was founded in 1914 at Washington and Lee University to recognize men who have attained prominence in one and excellence in two of five fields of endeavor- scholarship, leadership, social and religious af- fairs, athletics, publications and forensics, dra- matics, and other cultural activities. Moreover, to qualify for membership in Omicron Delta Kappa, one must exemplify other points which are necessary for good leadership-character, intelligence, fellowship, and consecration to democratic ideals. Omicron Delta Kappa at- tempts to recognize men who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activi- ties, to bring together the representative men who will help mould the traditions and inspire the ideals of Richmond College, and to bring together members of the faculty and student body on a basis of mutual interest and under- standing. OMICRON DELTA KAPPA. Left I0 right: Phillip Hart, joel Harnett, Kenneth Howard, Omar Mardan, Julian Pentecost. L 75 x 1 ,,.l...-,M MORTAR BOARD. Left 10 ugh! Ann Clark, President, Anne Fisher Alma Rosenbaum, Betty Lawson Kathryn Mumma, Lillian Belk The Lake Path in Snowzfimel GW! LLS 081425 4 ' K Q. Acfzclemic Procession Srience QZl!l6l7'tZ12gl6 Westhamplon Arch .,n biifdn if , '1 fb wvqsf ,, ' 1 ' ' -' V Ii'fv'7'L1iiF5"E , fe . f-.Q-f-FK .1 , f , Q, , L, .f4gg:,f!"' 4' Q - 'I - fb-.4 -sf 4' 3 , kafzlre I. , W2 X 1 fi -4? 1 554, ET vm.. x. ...- I, ,. 3-2 'Qi 1 .f J iv if ' ' .1 .4 " 1 as Slazzzdizzgx Miss Ruth Caroline Maris, Maid of Honor, Richmond, Virginia. Sealed: Miss Ann Eloise Twombly, May Queen, Lexing- ton, Virginia. aw lazy been of the efbfay Miss ANN ELo1sE TWOMBLY LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA MAY COURT. Left to right: Betty Clement, Betty Lawson, Conway Bibb, Ann Twombly, Queeng Ruth Maris, Maid of Honorg Ann Seay, Elizabeth Kibler, Mary Campbell. 01450715 Jvliff :Ann K. Wa1'e FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA Richmond College Honor Council Jlflalcolm U. Tpitt RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Westhampton College WEB Staff Jkfiff Cbfifzfine H 6l1'7'j.f RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Mefrefzger Staff l3Ul JVILI5 cAmee Smoor LEESBURG, VIRGINIA Richmond College Student Government Kenneth L. loner U. S. 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