University of Richmond - Web Yearbook (Richmond, VA)

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These have ty of Rrchmond. one whole by a sharlng of soctal In all erslty relates to the es of democracy that m the evolvement of a One H t a phrase wh1eh sums up human nature of the world as a way zyflyfe ty by every the 1947 IVEB strive, y be guiding posts together, share together, for the realxzauon of man s equals, the free, cooperatlve umon of all ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT BODY VOLUME TWENTY-SIX '1 1 obecfica fion As ihe dying King Arthur forced Sir Bedioere to fling Excalibur, his famous sword, into the sea, King Arlhzir said, " The old order ehangeth, yielding place Zo new, and Godfizmlls Hirnsehf in many ways? We have realized this change not only in the leadership ij the world but also in the loresidenear cj our Unioersiyi. With deep ojection we dedieale the 7947 WEB to the one who symbolizes a new era in the lje qt our Unioersilv, a man who has great vision for the world qt tomorrow, Dr. George Mattheios .Modlin. Jnaugufzalion o 131. geofzge Modlin 1T'1-f. warg! M . 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GRAX' Dean rj Students, Richmond College l I S 1 5 E HELEN A. lX'fONSELL Registrar, Richmond College he gaculiy SPENCER DELANCEY IXI.,BRIGH'I' plssoczate Prcjessor If Political Science LEROY BABCOCK Assistant Professor of .Uatlzematics RODNEY NIONTGOMERY BAINE Associate Professor of English LEWIS FRANKLIN BAI.L Assistant Professor of English Wu MILLARD K. BUSHONO Associate Professor of History and Gozternmerzt JEANNE BEGIEN CAMPBELL Instructor in Painting and Sczlflbtztre MERTON E. CARVER Professor of Psychology HENRY H. FUCHS Associate Professor of Alzlsical Theory, Violin, German 1 HILTON RUFTY Director of M usic WILLIAM G. JOHNSON Instructor in Physics CECIL F. -IONES Instructor in Ilflatfzematics GLORIA LANDSMAN Instructor in Psychology QU JOHN A. BLAKE Assistant Professor cj Psychology VIRGINIA M. BRYANT Associate Prcyfessor of English WILLIAM ALBERT BIOKLEY Assistant Prcyfessor Iyf Biology MELVIN W. BURNETT Graduate Assistant in Alatlzematics GEORGE S. GRAHAM Instructor in Histogt CARL WALDEMAR HAGQUIST Associate Przjessor tj Biology FRANK G. HALSTEAD Assistant Pffy-FJSOV :yr Illoclerrz Languages NATHANIEL H. HENRY Assistant Przjessor of English in VTT. WILLIAM TAYLOR MUSE Professor of Law JACK R. NOFFSINGER Assistant Professor of Bible Director of Religious Activities EDWARD F. OVERTON Professor of Education ' Dean of Summer School EDWARD CRONIN PEPLE Assoeiate Professor of English ROBERT FORTE SMART Professor of Biology KARL H. STUTZMAN Instructor in Alathernaties PAUL F. SWASEY Instructor in Alathematies HERMAN P, THOMAS Prqfessor of Economies he gacufiy THOMAS E. LAVENDAR Associate Professor of Romance Languages SUSAN MADELINE LOUCH Professor of Histogt RALPH C-LIPMAN MCDANEL Professor of American History F. BYERS MILLER Associate Professor of .4plt1I1'ea' Economies and Acting Dean of the Evening School of Business Adniinistration LLOYD F PIERCE -isszstant Professor o Eeonomzcs JOHN STANTON PIERCE Professor of Chemistry ROBERT ELMO PIPER Instructor in Physics N. WILFORD SKINNER Assistant Professor of German WILLIAM E. TROUT, JR. Professor Q' Chemistry WINIFRED WOOD UPDIKE Acting Associate Professor of Chemistry JAMES E. WITHERELL Assistant Professor of Alodern Languages 1 LAWRENCE A. WOOD Assistant Professor of English he LANGUAGES AND FINE ARTS RODNEY ISI. BAINE, Associate Professor of English LENVIS FRANKLIN BALL, Assistant Professor of English IXDELE F. BROT, Instructor in French XVIRGINIA M. BRYANT, Associate Professor of English JEANNE BEGIEN CIAMPBELI., Instructor in Art NVILLIAM FREDERICK CIAYLOR, Associate Professor of .Spanish HANNAH LIDE CIOKER, Assistant Professor of tIIusic TIIELMA R. COOK, Associate Professor of Voice HIINRY H. FUCHS, Associate Professor of Alusical Theory, Violin, and German WILLIAM JUDSON GAINES, Professor of Romance Languages HARVEY M. GOLDBARTH, JR., Instructor in English WOODPORD BROADUS HACKLEY, Associate Professor of Latin FRANK G. HALSTEAD, Assistant Prcjessor cj hlodern Languages IXIATHANIEI. H. HENRX', Assistant Professor of English THOMAS E. LAVENDAR, Associate Professor of Romance Languages CAROLINE STOOKEY LUTZ, Professor of English MARX' B. MACDONALD, Associate Professor of Iilodern Languages WILLIAM L. MANER, JR., Instructor in English MAYME F. O,FLAHERTX', Instructor in Alusic EDWARD CRONIN PEPLE, Assistant Prcyfessor ij Erzglish MARJORIE J. RIVENBURG, Associate Professor of Latin INIARGARET L. ROSS, Associate Przjessor Qt English HILTON RUFTH', Director of lLIusic N. WILFORD SKINNER, Assistant Professor of German WALTER F. SNYDER, Associate Professor of Classics SAMUEL W. STEVENSON, Professor of English PAULINE TURNBULL, Associate Professor of Latin and Registrar GLORIA VICEDOMINI, Instructor in Spanish GRACE STARR WENDT, Professor of Music ALTON WILLIAMS, Associate Professor of English and Drama JAMES E. WITHERELL, Assistant Professor of Alodern Languages LAWRENCE A. WOOD, Assistant Professor of English HENSLEH' C. WOODBRIDGE, Instructor in tIIodern Languages JEAN GRAY WRIGHT, Professor of French SCIENCES CHARLES LEONARD ALBRIGHT, Associate Professor of Physics LEROY BABCOCK, Assistant Professor of Mathematics WILLIAM ALBERT BICKLEY, Assistant Professor of Biology MELVIN W. BURNETT, Graduate Assistant in Mathematz'cs ROBERT EDWIN GAINES, Professor of Mathematics E. SHERMAN GRABLE, Assistant Prcyfessor of Mathematz'cs CARL WALDEMAR HAGQUIST, Associate Professor ty' Biology ISABEL HARRIS, Associate Professor of Mathematics CECIL F. JONES, Instructor in tllathematics WILLIAM G. JOHNSON, Instructor in Physics FRANCIS B. ISEY, Assistant Professor of Mathernatzics ROBERT EDWARD LOVING, Professor of Physics MARGARET NOL1'ING, Associate Professor ij Physiology and Hygiene JOHN STANTON PIERCE, Professor of Chemistry ROBERT ELMO PIPER, Instructor in Physics GARNETT' RY'LAND, Professor of Chemistmi, Emeritus ROBERT FORTE SMART, Professor of Biology J. C. STRICKLAND, Assistant Professor of Biology KARL H. STUTZMAN, Instructor in Mathematics PAUL F. SWASEY, Instructor in .Mathematics WILLIAM E. TROUT, JR., Professor of Chemistry WINIFRED WOOD UPDIKE, Acting Associate Professor of Chemistry CHARLES H. WHEELER, III, Professor of Mathematics, Unioersigi Treasurer PAUL A. WRIGHT, Assistant Professor of Biology gacufiy SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCES SPENCER D. AI..BRIGHT, Associate Professor of Political Science 4 SAMUEL H. BAKER, JR., Instructor in Applied Economics JOHN A. BLAKE, Assistant Professor of Psychology MILLARD K. BUSHONG, Associate Professor of Histomr and Government MERTON E. CARVER, Professor of Pgichology SOLON BOLIVAR COUSINS, Pryessor ij Bible GORDON LEE CRENSHAW, Instructor in Economics E. EDWARD FORD, Instructor in Accounting GEORGE S. GRAHAM, Instructor in History E. WADSWORTH GREGORY, Priyfessor ij Sociology GLORIA LANDSMAN, Instructor in Pgichology SUSAN MADELINE LOUGH, Prijessor of History RALPH CLIPMAN MCDANEL, Professor of American History SIDNEY T. MATTHEWS, Associate Professor tyf History F. BYERS MILI.ER, Associate Professor of Applied Economics and Acting Dean of the Evening School of Business Administraiton SAMUEL CHILES MITCHELL, Professor of History, Emeritus JACK R. NOFFSINGER, Assistant Professor ty' Bible, Director of Religious Activities EDWARD F. OVERTON, Professor Qt Education, Dean ij .Slimmer School LLOYD F. PIERCE, Assistant Priyfessor of Economics WILLIAM LOFTON PRINCE, Professor of Education A. M. SPONG, JR., Instructor in Applied Economics and Advertising LAWRENCE C. SULLIVAN, Graduate Assistant in Accounting HERMAN P. THOMAS, Pryessor of Economics ROBERT H. VAN VOORHIS, Associate Professor of Accounting J. ASA WHITT, Instructor in Applied Economics .JAMES HUNDLEX' WILEY, Professor cy' Sociology LAW JAMES HARMAN BARNETT, JR., Professor of Law RALPH T. COTTERALL, Associate Prtjessor of Law WILLIAM SAMUEL CUDLIPP, JR., Associate Prijessor of Law LOUIS SHEPHARD HERRINK, Associate Professor J Law WILLIAM H. KING, Instructor in Business Law EUGENE W. MCCAUL, Instructor in Law WILLIAM TAYLOR MUSE, Professor of Law J. KENNETH RADER, Instructor in Law JOHN WESTWOOD SMITHERS, Prcyfessor of Law DAVID MEADE WHITE, JR., Instructor in Business Law ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE, Associate Prijessor of Law PHYSICAL EDUCATION RUSSELL J. CRANE, Assistant Football Coach, Track Coach FANNY GRAVES CRENSHAW, Priy'essor of Physical Education JOHN R. FENLON, Head Football Coach ELIZABETH CARPER GRIGG, Instructor in Physical Education MARY MOLINE GRUBBS, Instructor in Physical Education h ' GLENN KNOX, Football End Coach MALCOLM U. PITT, Athletic Director WILLIAM B. PORTEREIELD, Football Line Coach GENE RAGLAND WOODFIN, Instructor in Physical Education 14 L, N w v' x Apvwjgr.--41,-rw 13,3 , X 1'f:.1,r-,4Jw.,H-1 - L mm 'lwr-.M ,M -bzsm, f ig pw: l 1 ,f f-ff' , X. JK . , . 3, "1ww.,, ..- , .w.., -1 1 . .- ., ,W-V ..,.+.1i.6w4-..'. , arf'-ff' fu--r-1 . Wx? ,155-,c .MW .7 5H'1Pff 1,3355 ,lx I Y wi' Dqm '1g,g., ff- 'JJ ii' P I :E T7 ,, 3 1 -ggxhlyg,-.L '1' , ,rw I ,, QL' Q My x-,N ,1 wv K 1 X ., , n 1 w f -' ML. . dl '-'-' ' f: X Q ' , ' 1',fqir" , ffv - A W ,f 1, f , X .ff A. , 1-1 .rg ' ,1-Q 1 v n, -qzypw ' E , VN' . , . V 1 X 1 -'F 'f--.. L -X "i AYEYXNU., k I :xx 1 -1,-I W U W L -A,4,x1,f.tilf lip, X 1 515 ' u tu s'-. V - -1 VY l ummm 'W' ff! ,. ,, W jg, .-,- . 115' 'T 11- I fr '1 , Ek' hy' ' E", ' xv- 11' Y rf ' 1 if 5-6, iw ' as? ggi 'V -'VT - .-7 .J ff. 312' ii ', Mm.. K . ,W -nl 1 -' "f f QCH -' ' QE - xg -TS fig 11 f A" rf, " M A., f.Mg:1w+t..L'4:ff4: ,Q-f s-,rfw , Y f . :WTF .r-- -,.- T ' ,-w'3SV5"4" ,, 1 -f NR, r bf., K , A QS fx, .,,..,x-Lrgf w- -, 4. Q , M - ,A gx 'fi Tljxxx ' '1 R, ' X YQ ' ' Hg, 'Li . - -QL : I ""X , EJ.-.Lib , b ' 'Cn Vbilfbsg-Q.. Ang- ' JS. . 5 .if I-N W ,JW 1 fd., LA 7, ' EQ?-9? ' 1 If If M. ' ,kr 593 ic moncl College Siuclent government In its first postwar year, the Student Government of Richmond College returned to the original organizational composition consisting of three branches, the Execu- tive, Legislative and judicial departments. The president, vice-president, secre- tary, treasurer, representative to the Athletic Council and representative to the Board of Publications make up the Executive Branch. The Senate, composed of four senators elected at large, and four elected from the individual classes, forms the Legislative Branch. This body has as its duty the handling of routine affairs and all ordinary legislation. The Honor Council, composed of eight men appointed by the president of Student Government, serves as the Judicial unit. Cases of honor and interpretation of campus legislation are the functions of this group. SOLON COUSINS, PRESIDENT STUDENT GOVERNMENT Every student of Richmond College is automatically a member of the Student Government Association and it is through the cooperation of all that the organiza- tion functions smoothly. This year the Student Government administered to the needs of twelve hundred students, and began the task of mould- ing a student body that has never numbered more than six hundred into a unified group. Regular class meetings were introduced to replace one of the Richmond College assembly meetings, in an attempt to make each class distinctive in its organizationg a new Honor Code was formed and adoptedg the intramural program served more students than ever before, and a Student Activities Council was formed to facilitate inter-organization relations and to serve as an informa- tion center for all campus organizations. A standing committee on Thanksgiving Day Relations with William and Mary was formed and an exchange of delegations between resulted in a feeling of good will that prevented any sort of unpleasantness. The Student Body at large progressed along the path of unity and cooperation during the year, and Student Govern- ment had as its aim the participation of all in college activities and an all-inclusive spirit of devotion to Alma Mater. These aims were realized to a phenomenal degree in light of the time elapsed. Student government Ciounci SATTLER ANDERSON, Senator-at-large JOHN BATTE, Senator-at-large KENNETH BUTLER, Class Senator DAVID DANIEL, Treasurer t W i 11 1 7 I' ' r We if y fffk leg Aj E ,,,, I M .1 HAROLD FARLEY, Class Senator 'T' A2 Z I e PAT FENLON,SK71L1l07'-llf-ltlfgf' - 5'5 " lf' DOUGI,AS GOFORTH, Secretary JACK GREENE, Class Senator GEORGE MADER, Reprexentatzbe to Board Q' Publications K' , 'S 4 JACK NULL, Representative to Athletic Council U . WILL OSBURN, Vz'ce-President MARTIN SHOTZBURGER, Senator-at-large 7 ' if 'X , A ,. 32 . , . 16 he Hanoi Counci .al Lqft to rz1gh!.'sIACK VVILBOURNE, BILL GOFORTH, THAD CRUMP, LARRY YoFFY, RUSSELL LANG, Roi' WYATT, CARROLL ALLEX' During the past few years, under the wartime constitu- tion of the Richmond College Student Government, members of the executive council acted also as the Honor Council. This year, for the first time since 1942, the Honor Council served as a separate functioning branch of Student Government, being appointed by the president. Composed of four seniors, three juniors, and one sopho- more, the Council elected Larry Yoffy as chairman, and Roy Wyatt as secretary. This year a new statute, governing the Honor System, which was completed by a revision committee last fall, was installed. This provides a written code by which the YG Council can work. It has proved very effective as a defi- nite standard for council rulings. In spite of the sudden increase in the enrollment of Richmond College, the Honor Council has had no corre- sponding increase in the number of cases this year. The orientation program at the beginning of the fall session was undoubtedly helpful in acquainting students with the Code and in preventing violations of it. The Council has been able to work happily and efiiciently this year. The members feel that its most important work has been done in preventing infractions of the Code, rather than in trying cases. ! r 1 lf' 17 Years have passed since most of us donned red and blue rat caps, tramped pajama-clad around the lake, and guarded our bonfire on the eve of a Wfilliam and Mary game. We were Spider freshmen then, back in the early ,4Os, carefree, with the war no closer than the headlines in the daily news. Then in 1943 we stood around the Hag pole by the library, music frozen in the horns of the band, on the coldest February morn of our college career, and saw the 'f49,ers" join the troops. The Air Corps Reservists followed in short order, and before long our class was scattered the world around. We were the class of 343, we were the class of '44, the class of 545, of 346. We are the class of '47. Looking back it seems hardly possible that so many events could have been crowded into the seven, six, five, four, or even,three years since we first came to the U of R campus. College life hadn't changed a great deal when we returned. We still groaned over examinations, yelled at football games, gathered at the Hslop shop," and danced in Millhiser. Our greatest change was our growth in numbers+there were more of us to groan and yell and laugh and play. We were like the returned vet who found that his wrists and ankles thrust far beyond his cuffs and his coat was bursting at the seams. We were a part of the reconversion era when men were going to college by the thousands, were making better grades than ever before, knew what they wanted from education, and at the same time kept alive the jovial side of campus life as it was before the war. All around the campus were the signs of a changing college world and the lingo had taken on a 'fG.I." vocabulary. Everyone talked of the "G.I.,, Bill of Rights, they Hgripedw when things went wrong and said they were 'fall fouled upf' Army fieldijackets and Navy P jackets came forth on frosty morns. Jeeps that once had bounced on foreign fields were parked beside the playhouse, now painted a brilli- ant red, and over by the refectory converted barracks were going up to ease the housing shortage. Many of our class, married now, found a new problem had been added to their academic woes-that of lind- ing a baby sitter on the night of the Junior Prom. Familiar faces mingled among the new in the student body, now swollen to almost 1,200, which struggled to get in and out of the icltmonel Colfege eniofz Cifaaa DUDLEY WALTON MALLORY, JR., President Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree in Bu.tz'nesr Adminz's!ratz'on Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, President, Omicron Delta Kappa, Who's Who, Senior Class President, Junior Class Vice-President, Harlequin Club, Inter- fraternity Council, Better Relations Committee Chairman, Student Activities Committee, Rich- mond College-William and Mary Better Relations Committee, Homecoming Committee, Orientation Committee, Varsity Football Manager, Intramural Sports, U. S. Army Air Forces. College Shop, still as small as ever with Buddy back behind the counter after a navy career. The faculty too had grown -augmented by 27 new members, and classrooms-even the largest of them, had out the SRO sign. Yet in this swelling tide of new faces, many of the old familiar ones were missing. We were the first class to graduate under the administration of Dr. George M. Modlin, our new president. Dr. Boatwright no longer in the president's office, had moved up to the newly created position of chancellor. Activities on the campus reached a new high as old leaders returned, and new men began to take interests. Student Government, under the leadership of Solon Cousins, led the way in campus reorganization. Publications were better than ever before, our football team was one to brag about, our basketball team equally as good, and a Student Activities Council was formed to coordinate the campus groups. There was a definite trend toward building a better campus community. As seniors we leave our campus past and with the same cooperation, initiative, and intelligent hard work we learned to exhibit at Alma Mater we direct our steps toward the world of tomorrow. Enriched by the years spent on our campus, we leave with the determination that this world-the one ahead-will not succumb to the pitfalls of the world of yesterday. We leave to take our places in One World, smaller than ever before, a world that calls for "big menf, 18 ,,,.,.,,,-. . M, . WILLIAM GLENN ALLEN, JR. .JOHN ATKINSON, JR. Richmond, Virginia .4pplz'ear1tfor B.S. Degree Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, S. C. Mitch- ell Literary Society, Varsity Football, Track, Intramural Sports, U. S. Navy. CHARLES EDWARD AUGUST Richmond, Virginia ' Applieant for B.S. Degree Chemistry Club, U. S. Army Air Forces. My , RoscoE S. AULL, JR. i S. 9: EL HERBERT ADOLPHUS ATKINS, JR. WILLIAM GLENN ALLEN, JR. Emporia, Virginia Applicarzl for B.A. Degree Theta Chi Fraternity, Chemistry Club, President, IVeb Staff, Dean's List, U. S. Army. HERBERT ADOLPHUS ATKINS, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applimnt for B.S. Degree Kappa Sigma Fraternity, U. S. Army Air JOHN ATKINSON, JR. JOHN FEILD BATTE, JR. 19 Forces . "fy , 1 l .ms-. . - . sz. -' 4? I ,fe QR, ,,,.. CHARLES EDWARD AUGUST ROSOOE S. AULL, JR. Washington, D. C. Applicant for B.A. Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, Canterbury Club, U. S. Navy. JOHN FEILD BATTE, JR. Jarratt, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Theta Chi Fraternity, Pi Delta Epsilon, Who'S Who, Student Government, Sena- tor-at-large, Heb Staff, Editor-in-chief, Associate Editor, lllessenger Staff, Rich- mond College Editor, Dean's List, Inter- fraternity Council, Student Activities Coun- cil, Glee Club, President, University Choir, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Mu Sigma Rho Lit- erary Society, Orientation Committee, Homecoming Committee, Ionian Music Club, Campus Four, Intramural Sports, U. S. Army Air Forces. SHELTON THOMAS BELSCHES Carson, Virginia .-lpplicarztfor BA. Degree Theta Chi Fraternity: Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society: Future Teachers of America: University Players: Glee Club: University Choir: U. S. Army Air Forces. SIDNEY LEON BERZ Richmond, Virginia Applfcantfor BA. Degree Phi Alpha Fraternity: Harlequin Club: S. C. Mitchell Literary Society: Collegian Staff: Varsity Football: Intramural Sports: U. S. Army. SHELTON THOMAS BELSCHES PRESTON BLAKE, JR- BENJAMIN W. BROOKENEROUGH, JR. CHARLES WALTHALL BUFORD, JR. Scarsdale, New York F Applicant for B.S. Degree in Bus. Administration Kappa Sigma Fraternity: Philologian Lit- erary Society, Camera Club, Vice-Presi- dent: U. S. Army. JOHN RAY BURTON Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree Kappa Sigma Fraternity: Web Business Staf'T: U. S. Marine Corps. r Y' . fin? fag? ' A-1 A f 1 1 ' f . A. ff!-If: R Jn gf . S ,vf YQ f :Vg egg, 9 A Z A: 'f-.J-mf 1. .M L2-54 . . ' . - i Sw rf. 4, , . iq? , . 4 . A -,v,. L. .Wav -- W. l ,. 554--,f Q f Avgif . . ,V S f . ' it? f .33 E N , , g :ui Tb V, . gflgg, I -. A, .L I . .4 N - gi. ' L wg ' . . H. ' 'V-' gf v '.'2,i'3f 1 3 . ' ,, .gy . .......' wg.: ' R 4- ,, : -w . -'Iv'-5 -1- Sf ,r, - W: " iw X Zff:?Q ? ,V ' 'i f we qu' freak: K :Q ' Q' if Q r ,fi ' e f V.. I .- 4 ls air Q ,K 2 I ' 55 SIDNEY LEON BERZ PRESTON BLAKE, JR. Norfolk, Virginia 4 Applicant for B.S. Degree in Bus. Aa'rnz'nz',ftration BENJAMIN W. BROOKENBROUGH, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree CHARLES WALTHALL BUFORD, JR. JOHN RAY BURTON 20 MANLEY CALDWELL BUTLER STANLEY NQRRIAN COHEN Richmond, Virginia Applieanl for B.S. Degree Tau Kappa Alpha, Dean's List, Who's Who, Student Government, Honor Code Committee, Forensic Council, President, Secretary-Treasurer, Intercollegiate De- bator, Debate Team Manager, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Parliamentari- an, Vice-President, Board of Governors Representative, Orientation Committee, Collegian Staff, Varsity Tennis. A' fa 1- . Q Q THOMAS RUSSELL CHERRY, -JR. . Q, . ' ,4J' 2 . tlfiif 'Y kax ? 5 at ' . 1 Q ye Sain STANLEY NORMAN COHEN THOMAS EUGENE COLEMAN, JR. H ESTER WALTON CONNELLY, JR. 21 MANLEY' CALDXVELL BUTLER Roanoke, Virginia Applieanlgfnr BA. Degree Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, Tau Kap- pa Alpha, Settle Memorial Scholarship, Dean's List, Debate Team, Canterbury Club, Heb Staff, Richmond College Lit- erary Editor, XWessenger Staff, Varsity Tennis, U. Navy. THOMAS RUSSELL CHERRY, JR. Portsmouth, Virginia Applimlzffnr BA. Degree Alpha Delta Fraternity, Secretary-Treas- urer, Chaplain, C. Mitchell Literary Society, Baptist Student Union, Vice- President, Ministerial Association, Secre- tary, Christian Volunteer Band, Vice- President, IVeb Staff. THOMAS EUGENE COLEMAN, JR. Richmond, Virginia Apjzliezzntfor B.S. Degree in Bus. .'lI1'IIIl.llZ.SfI'l1fl.0IZ Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Dean's List, Debate Team, Intramural Sports, U. S. Navy. HESTER WALTON CONNELLY, JR. Roanoke, Virginia Applicarzl for BA. Degree Alpha Delta Fraternity, Secretary-Treas- urer, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Vice-President, Baptist Student Union, President. SOLON BOLIVAR COUSINS Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, President, Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-President, Student Government, President, Vice- Presidentg Honor Council Chairman, Who'S Who, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Secre- tary, Orientation Committee, Homecom- ing Committee, Campus Four, PVeb Staff, Varsity Basketball, Freshman Foot- ball, Intramural Sports, U. S. Army Air Forces. DAVID THOMAS DANIEL Landrum, South Carolina Applicant for B.S. Degree in Bur. Adminirtratian Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, President, Student Government, Treasurer, Harle- quin Club, President, Interfraternity Coun- cil, Intramural Sports, U. S. Army. CHARLES DANIEL DICKERSON, -IR. CEOIL EUGENE DUNCAN Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Sigma Pi Sigma, Dean's List, Math Club, Chess Club, Web Staff Photographer, U. S. Army Air Forces. ROLAND ,IUDSON ELLIOTT Danville, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, Varsity Football, Basketball, Freshman Football, Basketball, Intramural Sports, U. S. Navy. """"I SOLON BOLIVAR COUSINS DAVID THOMAS DANIEL Q PAUL WELDEN DUKE CHARLES DANIEL DICKERSON, JR. Crewe, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Kappa Alpha Fraternity. PAUL WELDEN DUKE Richmond, Virginia ' Applicant for B.A. Degree Pi Delta Epsilon, Secretary-Treasurer, Dean'S List, S. C. Mitchell Literary Soci- ety, Collegian Staff, Sports Editor, Web Staff, Sports Editor. CECIL EUGENE DUNCAN ROLAND JUDSON ELLIOTT 22 Q . .ae .- HAROLD ISAAC FARLEY PATRICK ICNATIUS FENLON ROBERT WILLIAM F ENLON Washington, D. C. Applicant fer B.A. Degree Junior Class, treasurer, Sophomore Class, secretary, Varsity Football, Varsity Base- ball, Newman Club, Varsity Club, U. S. Army. JOHN BOYD FERGUSSON Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree ev-'-A 'SFQS1-. ROBERT WILLIAM FENLON qi x. qv, XJ. -ata? , ,.:.: A H E5ii2?f:gP:?g?' - 'z2?EEi1gIg:f:fgQ:3:-:. . '- ai-:5:f:?f5:5:2-S32 412223 Y V ., Q , 4 Q . , zz egg.. ' ' ,I , , ,. - fi f A -xg A :f:Q:.g:52f:5:f:1 O , ' W . ' , " 2 9444 ' HAROLD LLOYD FI-AX PHILIP WINFREE F ORE, JR. 23 HAROLD ISAAC FARLEY Bluefield, Virginia Applicantfor B.S. Degree in Bus. Adminz'stralz'nn Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Senior Sena- tor, Harlequin Club, Intramural Sports, U. S. Army Air Forces. PATRICK IONATIUS FENLON Washington, D. C. Applicanlfor B.S. Degree in Bus. Admz'rzz'strati0n Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Omicron Delta Kappa, Student Government, Senator, Junior Class President, Sophomore Class Secretary, Interfraternity Council, New- man Club, Varsity Football, Varsity Base- ball, Captain, U. S. Army Air Forces. R if-Qi JOHN BOYD FERGUSSON HAROLD LLOYD FLAX Exmore, Virginia Applicamffor B.S. Degree in Bus. Admz'rzz'slratz'on Pi Delta Epsilon, Philologian Literary So- ciety, Forensic Council, Heb Staff, Circu- lation Manager, Collegian Staff, Richmond College Editor, Afessenger Staff, Business Manager, Intramural Sports, U. S. Navy. PHILIP WINFREE FORE, SIR. Culpeper, Virginia Applieantfor B.S. Degree in Bus. Admz'nistraz'z'on Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Y.M.C.A. Cabi- net, University Choir, Intramural Sports, U. S. Army. JUNIUS EDXVARD FOSTER, JR. Petersburg, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Alpha Delta Fraternity, President, S. C. lXIitchell Literary Society, Nlinisterial As- sociation, U. S. Navy. LEE lXlARK GAHEGAN Seattle, Washington .4ppl1'can!for BA. Degree Dean's List, Baptist Student Union, Christ- ian Volunteer Band, U. S. Navy. WILLIAM DAVID GARVEY XVILLIAM CARLYLE CILL, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applieantfor B.A. Degree Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Cheer Leader. WILLIAM HENRY GILL Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Harlequin Club, Interfraternity Council, Newman Club, Biology Club. ,W ff 5 rw 6 , , 'D lk 4 JUNIUS EDWARD FOSTER, JR. LEE MARK GAHEGAN WILLIAM DAVID GARVEY Richmond, Virginia A,bplz'canl for B.A. Degree Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Glee Club, lVeb Staff, Photography Editor, Collegian Staff, Columnist, Messenger Staff, U. S. Navy. STRAUGHAN LDWE GETTIER Richmond, Virginia - Ap,blz'cant for B.A. Degree Tau Kappa Alpha, President, Honor Council, Secretary, Forensic Council, President, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Soci- ety, Vice-President, Debate Team, Man- ager, Richmond College Planning Com- mission, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Chess Club, Mesxenger Staff, Associate Editor. STRAUGHAN LowE GETTIER A I WILLIAM C-ARLYLE GILL, JR. WILLIAM HENRY GILL DOUGLAS BEWLEY GQFORTH WILLIAM VVASHINGTON GOFORTH, JR. REUBEN GOLDSTEIN Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Phi Alpha Fraternity, S. C. Mitchell Lit- erary Society, Chess Club, U. S. Army HOWARD HAYDEN HANNAB.ASS, JR Roanoke, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree Phi Gamma 'Delta Fraternity, U. S. Navy. DOUGLAS BEWLEY GoFoRTI-I Lexington, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Omicron Delta Kappa, Who'S Who, Student Gov- ernment, Vice-President, Secretary, Honor Council, Harlequin Club, Interfraternity Council, Dance Committee, Baptist Stu- dent Union Council, University Band, Web Business Staff, Varsity Basketball, Baseball, Intramural Sports, U. S. Army. WILLIAM WASHINGTON GoFoRTH, JR. Lexington, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Honor Council, Harlequin Club, Interfraternity Council, Varsity Basketball, Head Cheer Leader, Intramural Sports, U. S. Army. REUBEN GOLDSTEIN JOHN MARSHALL HARRIS LEWIS BAILEY HASTY 25 4103 li HOWAED HAYDEN HANNABASS, JR. ll' JOHN MARSHALL HARRIS Atlantic City, New Jersey Applicant for B.S. Degree LEWIS BAILEY HASTY Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina Applicant for B.S. Degree Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Beta Beta Beta, Dean's List, Interfraternity Council, Chemistry Club, U. S. Navy. LOUIS SHEPARD HERRINK, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicanl for B..-1. Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, S. C. hiitchell Literary Societyg Collegian StaHg U. S. Navy. DOUGLAS MORRIS HOLT Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree U. S. Army. LOUIS SHEPARD HERRINK, JR. WALTER BERNARD HOOVER IRVIN RUDOLPH JACKSON Norfolk, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree Sigma Pi Sigma, Wesley Foundationg Philologian Literary Society, Ministerial Associationg Christian Volunteer Band, Math Club, University Choir, Glee Club, U. S. Army. FLOYD ELDRIDGE JARVIS, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Interfratern- ity Councilg Canterbury Clubg Chemistry Club, Glee Club, U. S. Army. V- JAMES FREDERICK HUBBARD . IRVIN RUDOLPH JACKSON 26 DOUGLAS MORRIS HOLT WALTER BERNARD HOOVER Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Pi Delta Epsilon, Dean's Listg Student Activities Council, Chairmang Y.M.C.A. Cabinetg Collegian Staff, News Editor, Managing Editor, and Editor-in-Chief. . JAMES FREDERICK HUBBARD Bon Air, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree MinisteI'ial Association, Glee Club, Chess Club, U. S. Army. FLOYD ELDRIDGE JARVIS, JR. el xylem an - WILLIAM THOMAS JEFFERS THOMAS HENRY JENNINGS EDNVARD ALLEN JOHNSON ' X: , .7 Arlington, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree " X .,-mpgs . Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Varsity Football' Q " 'M Baseball, Intramural Sports. ' 3 W 4 Q JAMES RAINEY JOHNSON Norfolk, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, Varsity Football, U. S. Navy. EDWARD ALLEN JOHNSON gill V A qppv up we , . Y .Me , -fm ' ' . at 1... , Q rw .fi LINWOOD GARLAND JONES EARLE JEROME KERPELMAN WILLIAM THOMAS JEFFERS Columbia, South Carolina Applicarzt for B.A. Degree Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, Varsity Football, Intramural Sports. THOMAS HENRY JENNINGS Appomattox, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree U. S. Naval Air Forces. JAMES RAINEY JOHNSON LINWOOD GARLAND JONES Richmond, Virginia Applicarzt for B.A. Degree Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, U. S. Army. EARLE JEROME KERPELMAN Richmond, Virginia Applicarzt for BA. Degree Phi Lambda Nu Fraternity, Beta Beta Beta, U. S. Navy. YVILBUR MURDOCK KESSLER Richmond, Virginia Applzrant for B..-1. Degree U. S. Army. WILLARD VERNON KORB Richmond, Virginia Applzimnt for B.S. Degree Collegian Business Staff, U. S. Navy. WILLIAM HENTY LAING, JR. OMER RUSSELL LANG Baltimore, Maryland Applicanlfor B.S. Degree in Bus. Admz'nz'stra1fz'orz Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Honor Council, Forensic Council, Philologian Literary Society, U. S. Navy. ANTHONY CAREY LANKFORD Capron, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree Dean's List, Philologian Literary Society, Debate Team, Math Club, U. S. Navy. Q-J WILBUR MURDOCK KESSLER WILLARD VERNON KORB WILLIAM HENTY LAING, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree Sigma Pi Sigma, Dean's List, U. S. Army Air Forces. ARTHUR SAMUEL LANEVE Newell, West Virginia A Applicant for B.S. Degree Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Beta Beta Beta, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Chemistry Club, Newman Club, U. S. Navy. ARTHUR SAMUEL LANEVE ""U5!'.'i9"' OMER RUSSELL LANG ANTHONY CAREY LANKFORD ROBERT CLIFTON LONG RICHARD FAIRFAX LUDLAM Richmond, Virginia .4pplz'canl-for BA. Degree Freshman Basketball' Intramural S orts, 1 P U. S. Navy. RANDOLPH MCCUTECHEON, JR. Richmond, Virginia .4pplz'ca1zt for B.S. Degree Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, Treasurer: Baptist Student Union, Collegian Staff, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Intra- mural Sports. if .,.g,. 43, ref, 4 ,. ., f' I. i " . . , , .-v. .- - .. A, M :.a'.a,1r-E ..,. V . 5,-.A sy:-H H jig s' -. -.1252 "L sy 3 : . 'EFX Y .0 S Q' Q ,. ltr I HORAOE GEORGE LONGAKER, JR. fur :Sf --sunburn. W" .lf ' ! . L. X T.. RICHARD FAIRFAX LUDLAM eil' , rr- 'e.-Q. I rg 'lt Q " ' az. -gg --at :tts ,eg eififl. '- ..:,.NM MCA.. ROBERT LEWIS MODANEL LOUIS LLEWELLYN MOGEE 29 ROBERT CLIFTON LONG Richmond, Virginia Appliearzlfnr B..S'. Degree Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, Pi Delta Epsilon, Presi- dent, Dean's List, Harlequin Club, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Web Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Art Editor, Collegian, Editor-in-Chief. HORAOE GEORGE LONGAKER, JR. Newport News, Virginia Applicanlfor B..S'. Degree in Bus. Admz'r1z'stralz'orz Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, Who's Who, Dean's List, Honor Council, Harle- quin Club, Treasurer, Dance Committee Chairman, Interfraternity Council, Var- sity Tennis, Sophomore Basketball Man- ager, U. S. Army. RANDOLPH MCCUTECHEON, JR. ROBERT LEWIS MCDANEL University of Richmond, Virginia Appfirarzt for B.S. Degree Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Heb Staff, Business Manager, U. S. Navy. LOUIS LLEWELLYN MCGEE Richmond, Virginia Applziearztfor BA. Degree Kappa Alpha Fraternity, President, Senior Class Treasurer, Interfraternity Council, Ministerial Association, Band, Orchestra, Intramural Sports. DONALD HERBERT MCGLORY XIVestboro, Massachusetts Applicant for B.A. Degree Chemistry Clubg U. S. Navy. KERMIT EUBANK MCKENZIE Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Tau Kappa Alpha, Intermediate Honorsg Dean's Listg S. C. Mitchell Literary Soci- etyg Debate Team, Chess Club, U. S. Army. GEORGE FRANKLIN MADER, JR. JOSEPH EMORY MATHIAS Clarksburg, West Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Beta Beta Beta, Senior Class Secretaryg Junior Class Presidentg Chemistry Club, Varsity Foot- ball, U. S. Navy. MANUEL MICHAELSON Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Phi Alpha Fraternity, Radio Guild, Ionian Music Club, Intramural Sportsg U. S. Navy. S J kung, N . f ' wk 1 A. K Zi gi - fa 5 x 1,5 ' Q rf l ' . if I 2 , ' Y. V , 'K , N4 , , 3 A K ' I f ,V uw Q. L V V, , . VII 1, :gfzf N g , 85 MH Hs 5 -I rx: -2. f ,W iff." tgp 4. fi? is is, fra' 'f5!'i'rz fig I f' RX? -I .fw.:'.'. fir.. ' 3. . DONALD HERBERT MCGLORY KERMIT EUBANK MCKENZIE . . .-.,, GEORGE FRANKLIN MADER, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Theta Chi Fraternityg Sophomore Class - Presidentg Student Representative to Board of Publications, Collegian Staff, U. S. Army. ALVIN EDGERTON MANN, JR. ' Petersburg, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree in Bus. Administration Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Secretaryg WEB Business Staifg U. S. Arrny. ALVIN EDGERTON MANN, JR. gua ge ., 1,-5 .. "1"" JosEPH EMORY MATI-IIAs MANUEL M1cIIAELsON LOUIS FRANKLIN MILLER BROOKE MILLER MOFFETT Washington, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Dean's Listg Harlequin Clubg Interfraternity Councilg Chemistry Clubg Intramural Sportsg U. S. Army. - HOWARD WHITE MOORE Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree in Bus. Aalministratian Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Presidentg Pi Delta Epsilon, Intermediate Honorsg Har- lequin Club, Interfraternity Councilg Col- legian Staff, Sports Editor, Varsity Foot- ball Managerg Intramural Sports, U. S. Navy. MILTON DONALD MITLER BROOKE MILLER MOFFETT ,pn-M any HARRY ROBERT MUNDY JOHN FRANCIS MURPHY, JR. 31 LOUIS FRANKLIN MILLER Richmond, Virginia Applicantfor B.S. Degree in Bus. Administration Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Omicron Delta Kappag Harlequin Club, Presidentg Interfraternity Councilg Newman Club, Vice-President, Presidentg Varsity Foot- ballg Varsity Basketball, Captain, Varsity Baseballg U. Navy. MILTON DONALD MITLER New York, New York Applicantfar B.S. Degree in Bus. Arlministration Phi Alpha Fraternity, Vice-Presidentg Freshman Baseballg U. S. Navy. r.,,,, W-, HOWARD WHITE MOORE HARRY ROBERT MUNDY Roanoke, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Phi Gamma Delta Fraternityg Student Government Senator, Y.M.C.A. Cabinetg U. S. Army. JOHN FRANCIS MURPHY, JR. Providence, Rhode Island Applicant for B.A. Degree Dean's Listg Newman Club, Intramural Sportsg U. S. Navy. THOMAS Wlilliam NICHOLS, JR. New Rochelle, New York Applicanlfor B.A. Degree Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Newman Club, Varsity Football, Baseball, and Track, Varsity Club, U. S. Marine Corps. MARVIN JACKSON NULL Staunton, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Omicron Delta Kappa, President, Who's Who, Dean's List, Student Government Representative, Honor Council, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Varsity Football, Captain, All- State Center, Varsity Basketball, Team, Manager, Varsity Baseball, Captain. Ark LAWRENCE GEORGE OLINGER GARLAND CHESTER QWENS Richmond, Virginia Applieantfor B.S. Degree in Bus. Arlmz'nz'stratz'on Dean's List, Veterans' Club, U. S. Army Air Forces. .. . ,.,., .. 1 'aiu I 1 , . tl .xl ' f XX THOMAS WILLIAM NICHOLS, JR. MARVIN JACKSON NULL LAWRENCE GEORGE GLINGER Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree U. S. Navy. YW! I , WILLARD CHEW OSBURN, JR. Towson, Maryland :7 Applicant for B.A. Degree Kappa Alpha Fraternity, President, Stu dent Government, Vice-President, Harle quin Club, Interfraternity Council, Can terbury Club, U. S. Navy. WILLARD CHEW OSBURN, JR. if v . X72 , A 51 A K N 5 R ff, ROBERT CLEVELAND PARKER N f - - - 1 , U Richmond, .Virginia . ,J Applzcantfor B.S. Degree zn Bus. Admznzfrtration ' if A f A ' U 2 f .,,., , . g Tv.. we . A .OA GARLAND CHESTER OWENS ROBERT CLEVELAND PARKER 32 f"""'t'5. WALTER LEROY PARKER LACY FOSTER PAULETTE, JR. Y , DAVID GUTHRIE PAULI Richmond, virginia 4 f Applfranifor B.S. Degree in Buy. Adllll-IIIUJHIIIIUOIZ .J Phi Delta Theta Fraternity: U. S. Navy. A ii ' Fw- n . ANGEL ISMAEL PORTELA Arecibo, Puerto Rico Applicunlgfor B.S. Degree Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: Phi Beta Kappa: Beta Beta Beta: Dean 'S List: New- . man Club: Intramural Sports. DAVID GUTHRIE PAULI 0, New JOHN STEPHEN PROFFITT, JR. JAMES ROBERT RICHMAN 33 WA1.TER LERov PARKER Richmond. Virginia .fljfllffanlkfor BA4. Degree LACY FOSTER PAULETTE. JR. Richmond, Virginia .ellllfllzezzfzlffzr B.S. Degree fn Bus. elzlmz'111'5fra!z'u11 Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society: Univer- sity Choir: Glee Club: Radio Guild: U. S. Army. ANGEL ISMAEL PORTELA JOHN STEPHEN PROFFITT, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicanl-for BS. Degree in Bus. ,'1dI7II47Il'5f7t1fl-071 JAMES ROBERT RICHMAN Richmond, Virginia Applieanlfor' B.,-1. Degree Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity: Dean's List: C. Mitchell Literary Society: Il'eb Stali: zlleixerzgez' Staff: U. S. Navy. GILBERT MALAKOFF ROSENTHAL Richmond, Virginia Applieantfor B.A. Degree U. S. Navy. HOWARD WATKINS SAUNDERS, III Richmond, Virginia Applirantfor B.A. Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon FraternitygCanter- bury Club. ear ,Q GILBERT MALAKOFF ROSENTHAL HOWARD WATKINS SAUNDERS, III BERNARD MANUEL SAVAGE Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree Q U. S. Army. FRANCIS' DUVAL SHEPHERD, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicantfor B.S. Degree in Bus. Administration Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Vice-Presi- dent, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Varsity Track, Freshman Track, Intra- mural Sportsg U. S. Navy. BERNARD MANUEL SAVAGE FRANCIS DUVAL SHEPHERD, JR. VICTOR SKoRAPA, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree U. S. Merchant Marines. HARRY LAMONT SNEAD, JR. Petersburg, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Harlequin Club, Richmond College Bandg Richmond Col- legiansg U. S. Army Air Forces. VICTOR SKORAPA, JR, HARRY LAMONT SNEAD, JR. 34 Q FLETCHER STIERS, JR. SIMEON PIPKIN TAYLOR, III Washington, D. C. Applicant for B.S. Degree Theta Chi Fraternity, Dean's List, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, President, Forensic Council, Math Club, Canterbury Club, Student Activities Council, Radio Guild, Future Teachers of America, Uni- versity Players, President, IVeb Staff, Activities Editor, U. S. Army Air Forces. JESSE MILLER TUCKER, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree A Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Senior Class Vice-President, Junior Class Treas- urer, Radio Guild, President, U. S. Army. 4,95 THOMAS WILLIAM TURNER ANDREW -JACKSON SULLIVAN ws-I-' , 919' SIMEON PIPKIN TAX'LOR, III FREDERICK BOOTH UZZLE FLETCHER STIERS, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicanlfor B.A. Degree Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Harlequin Club, Interfraternity Council, C. Mitchell Literary Society, Forensic Coun- cil, Collegian Staff, Illeisenger Staff, Editor- in-Chief, Richmond College Editor. ANDREW JACKSON SULLIVAN Richmond, Virginia .4pp1mmz for B.S. Degree Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, President, Historian, Beta Beta Beta, Sigma Pi Sig- ma, Dean'S List, Interfraternity Council, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Forensic Council, Secretary-Treasurer, Chemistry Club, Secretary, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, lifes- enger Staff. JESSE MILLER TUCKER, JR. THOMAS WILLIAM TURNER Danville, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, U. S Naval Air Forces. FREDERICK BOOTH UZZLE Petersburg. Virginia Applicanl for B..-1. Degree U. S. Navy. Radio Guild. EARL SAMUEL x7ASS, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Kappa Sigma Fraternity, U. S. Naval Air Corps. ELMO JENKINS VOGT Trevilians, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree U. S. Army. eQ"""'5x V05 Kem in f' . ' A EARL SAMUEL VASS, JR. ELMO JENKINS VOGT PHILLIP LOUIS WEINSTEIN 3' PHILLIP LOUIS WEINSTEIN GEORGE LUDLOW WHITE, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree JAMES HUNDLEY WILEY, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.S. Degree Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, Sigma Pi Sigma, Math Club, Philologian Literary Society, Intramural Sportsg U. S. Army Air Forces. Richmond, Virginia Q Applieanl for B.S. Degree U. S. Army. ALFRED MCALLISTER WHEELER I Fredericksburg, Virginia Applicantfor B.S. Degree in Bus. Admz'n1'slratz'on Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball, Gaptaing Freshman Foot- ball, Baseballg U. S. Navy. ALFRED MCALLISTER WHEELER GEORGE LUDLOW WHITE, JR. JAMES HUNDLEY W1LEY,.lR- 36 GEORGE PATTESON WILLIAMS, JR. GORDON POWELL WILLIAMS ISAAC LEAKE WoRNoM, JR. Newport News, Virginia Applicanlfor B.S. Degree Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Interfraternity Council, Freshman Class Treasurer, Clee Club, Intramural Sports, U. S. Navy. JAMES ESSEX WORSHAM, JR. Newport News, Virginia :lpjJ!z'can!for B.S. Degree Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Sigma Pi Sigma, Interfraternity Council, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, Chemistry Club, Math Club, Alexrenger Business Staff, Freshman Football, U. S. Navy. ISAAC LEAKE WoRNoM, JR. Roy BLANTON WYATT, JR. LAWRENCE MORTON YOFFY GEORGE PATTESON WILLIAMS, JR. Richmond, Virginia Applicanlfor 13.5. Degree Sigma Pi Sigma, Dean's List, Math Club, Secretary, U. Navy. GORDON PowELL WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia .4pp1e'eeme fee BA. Degree Kappa Sigma Fraternity, U. Navy. , . fbi JAMES ESSEX WORSHAM, JR. ROY BLANTON WYATT, JR. Ellerson, Virginia Applicant for BA. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Delta, President, Vice-President, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha, President, Who's Who, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Honor Council, Secretary, Honor System Revi- sion Committee, Student Activities Com- mittee, Ministerial Association, Treasurer, Baptist Student Union, First Vice-Presi- dent, Orientation Committee, Alessenger Staff, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, President, Vice-President, Forensic Coun- cil, Debate Team, Religious Activities Committee. LAWRENCE MoRToN YOEFY Richmond, Virginia Aplblicanffor B.S. Degree in Bus. Admz'nz'stmIz'0n Phi Alpha Fraternity, President, Vice- President, Omicron Delta Kappa, Honor Council Chairman, Who's Who, Har- lequin Club, Secretary, Interfraternity Council,Junior Class Secretary, Philolgian Literary Society, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, IVeb Staff, Art Editor, Collegian Staff, Varsity Football Manager, Freshman Track,QU. S. Army. JACK BRAEURY WILBOURNE Presidwzl STANLEY ABUALY HUGH THOMAS ADAIR DWIGHT HALSEX' ANDERSON ROLAND BUSH ANDERTON, JR. JOSEPH VINCENT ARCARO WILLIAM RUSSELL ARNETTE IRWIN ARTIS JAMES EDWARD BAILEY, JR. 3 uniofz Cloud . .4.,.. ig, A 5,3 I S t f,1,.,D Z , . I 5' " S 'wswffz' f " , Q ff A ' Q Tm' , ,. ',9,-fi , if? W?'i2'f2e:-ffl. Y ,A K "Q I- 1 1 5 r 1 if " 3' A If Wh Vg E 2 K -'Q f A X 4552 ff y is. R E. ,., , , .Av fr 1 .23-sf Q .. ,,,, T si M J? 4 A Z - T1 , Ogg , H' X A V 'Sf ' ' "'- Seam Q if ac: 5 H.. f W1 Ka SQA' H ,' -A"'Q fx,- .- Q 'sxziixf-' 4 Q Qfgibafxfx X . ,,x.,?Q9sZ5,,f,5f,:Qdi. ,-,,,,,? 'H rj ,,-fi-A -- VI ,- I ,rig ,'-r,,'w1gA fy: A if , H 'Q I J-if , ee 3 E , ff 9 22' -af M-in - 38 JOHN HANCOCK BAKER JOSEPH SILLIMAN BALDWIN, JR. DONALD LEWIS BALL CHESTER ALFRED BISHOF JAMES WILLIAM BOEHLING CHESTER THOMAS BOLLING CLAYTON CATLETT BOOKER LARRY BOURNIAS WALTER MORRIS BRADY DAVID WARE BRANCH IRBY BARNETT BROWN WILLIAM ANGUS BROWN ROBERT AUGUST BROWNING, JR. RUDOLPH HANNEY BRUNI, JR. WILLIAM RUSSELL BURRUSS HOWARD WASHINGTON BUTLER 3 5 2 .J mf 3 X i Q .Q LR ' " L. .51 gh 1 M ' V JOHN FAUNTLEROY BUTTERWORTH, III ' ELLIOTT WOOLNER CIALISCH ' - ,. F gn I 6 '57 A, I liu. I, I . 3, M A x" X 5 v fi fi . KENNETH CRUMPTON, JR. CLARENCE IRVIN DAWSON VIVIAN EARLE DICKINSON, JR. JUNIUS EARLE DUNFORD, -JR JOHN THOMAS EDMONDS LOWELL EUGENE ELLETT FLETCHER LEIGH ELMORE WELFORD STUART FARMER ' A , HUGH ANTHONY FEELEY HERMAN VASSAL FLEMINC, JR. WILLIAM LIVINGSTONE FLOWERS ALFRED PERCY GATES LEVI GILLIKIN, JR. PHILIP LEON GOLDFARB WILLIAM BRAXTON GORDON FREDERICK THOMAS GRAY I Qiflfel V A FRANK ALLEN CIAVEDO 'E U, I X fx 2 ,. 6' A A .- A I - ' A CROTE DRINKARD CARSON S fifyx ' Qgilff. A , .. z 1 'X X ' ' 'fx' N I L 3 .,, . K ff: AMOS THORNTON CHAPPELL .x if -Ji. , I: ' ' INA CLINTON LEE CHINA LOUIS ALEXANDER CIOLA QS. MARTIN FILLMORE CLARK wi L ROBERT KENNON COATS I POSIE LEE COLLINS 'm"Q .fv ' " V CHARLES HUNTER COPELAND BEVERLY ROY COSEY 251-ff JOSEPH WILLIAMS COULBOURN ROBERT RITCHIE CRAWFORD WILLIAM REYNOLDS CREADICK, JR. THADDEUS TALLEY CRUMP ,, 'X X V - W' .fa S. :ig- . . 'm W X I y 1 X . f V , f'-5' . , ,, 1213354 My " , I J- 'I XE I ff, 1 i?i?f5: ' Qfa2 . ff 3 M, , A I. I ' 1 , 'Y' I' 6 J AQ. 4? W G. ,L Q-,R Av 5 gpm? fifi :r :Q A E' ' I I N K l ,I 7,1- F - " ' N Su- J If , , Al A ,,,:,.. I S ... . w is 'I I -. . .fm 'IL f. ' 39 ff-R If ?'t3'i,.. Q K Q3 'V' ss Ian. i 1 JAMES JOSEPH GREENE ROBERT QLTIGLEX' GREENE WILLIAM DEW GRESHAM RALPH JOHNSTON HACOOD A -xr 0 'L' 1+ .5 W s fini INIICHAEL GARBER HARMAN ' RANSOM BAINE HARRIS gm ,N gi' 5- ,Q O AMES MILLER HARVEX' J' ' V .IOHN PLEASANT HARWOOD R K, lin mx V A A . JOHN D.-XVID HAWTHORNE Q , . 5 Wm If FJ nw! .J 'fav J - .:,, Ii A FRANK JOSEPH HENDRICK af QL i A A iq " A Q A MURRAY HERMELIN V' 'W' 7 'Sh 'I 'P W I.-v 1 1 Z-' Q .IVP . WILLIAM MACON HINNANT . ' 1 A ,. . . . , -3' ,iw V K X J I,,, , , JAMES EMMETT HESLEP, JR. I WILLIAM EDWARD HOLLADAX', JR. QQ' ll. A A Q f' ll W O JOSEPH HOWARD HOLLEMAN, JR. , 1 4 LEON HOROWITZ f I "" ., D ,E F Q P ,JIP A X is ...HIM Ffa Am A In 3' . ' I? 1- Z ' ' V . ,. 56 ' J .QE- Q, .: Q 'V ,mi .S . ,,VI . W A A, ' I ,bi ' ,Q ,. ,A 2:13, ' ,M -' P5 .R mzrvyi 1141 '5 if M Lun- .xXx S Jw 1 We Sr- 'fain ! ., E .y J W. Sgr f i .vi S ' Sk . '... .z "" 1' 'L "', 'lf , I Mm ' V :Qi-x ."j1Z.:. B N. A ' E . V ,.,V . ,I I M W J' X 4 40 JOHN BENJAMIN HOWERTON SETH HUBBARD, JR. JAMES ANDERSON HUNTER WERTER HOBSON HURT JOSEPH SHEPPARD JAMES, JR. LAWRENCE CHRISTIAN JENSEN, JR. FRANKLIN CLINITH JOHNSON THOMAS ELLIS JOHNSON, JR. HILDRED DALLAS JORDAN, JR. JAMES ALEXANDER KELLEY, JR. VERBON ERIC KEMP ROBERT EDGAR KERLIN WILLIAM SEMPLE KIRK .JOHN BACKUS KOLCUM CLYDE SHAW LAUSHEY, JR. THOMAS HEWLETT LEATH I W A I A S Q W .'Zm"1, PM sf .R J, . I f ggi' ' me ,V , :-,.,,.,: , ,jg A , S , W. V J zz.: ,J J ,, I A Q 1 ' 1 1 'f I' lm I ' rbi? THOMAS GRAHABI LESTER, JR. HERBERT DAVID IIIEBMAN BURRELL FRANCIS LUCAS WILLIAM BRYANT LUCK WILLIAM BENEDICT LUMPRIN, JR. ERNEST LYNN WII LIAM SAMUEL MASON, JR. WILLIAM BROADUS MASSEY', JR. ARTHUR SIMMONS MESSICK CARROLL EMORY MILES RODERICK DHU MILLER JAMES MADISON MINOR JAMES NOEL MOODY ROBERT RAY MOSBY, JR. LI R. WILLIAM VINCENT MOSELEY, JR. LAWRENCE L. NACHMAN l A3 X79 1 Y , ' W. RICHARD HORTON NASH M Y , ,,..... ' ,A,A , S,,,, ,.,.,, X ALLEN LEROY NEWTON E' S., ALLAN CAMPBELL OGLESBY My , , I4 , AUSTIN EVERETT OWEN I fi Qisffikw I 2 1 f I Us -I I I I 1 J Q K A ws? 309. 3 xv A I 1 , ,I . FRANK LAWSON PANKEY 'A 5 N' GH ff CLAGETT HARRY PATTIE, JR. I' , 7 A A 'Ik KENNETH MERLE PEDERSON ' V J I JOHN GRAY PERKINS J fig' . 'X J , 1 U 'I A ' HOR.ACE RUTLEDGE POWELL, JR. WILLIAM ROBERTSON PULLY sf, ' :L ' I, I, I 451. J, RALPH WALTON RAIFORD, JR. ,. ef ROY JAMES RAKES CHARLES LANKFORD RANDOLPH CARROLL JORDAN RICHARD JAMES BROWN ROBINSON CORBETT MCGUIRE J S Q ROBERTS , gag. I 41 'Fo S L, ' 333514 4-fr , J S L NORMAN ROLI-'E NVILLIAM YOUNG ROPER, JR. VVILLIAM HENRY ROXVAN WIL LIAM FRANCIS ROWE, JR. ALBER1' VERNON SALEEBY HENRX' HARRISON SCHMOELE, JR. .I OHN JEROME SHEA, JR. WILLIAM FRANCIS SCHEERER 3 I We A ' Y i ,, S ' A I5 .' A' - A.. Y X 3 45 R ll Q GN :N ' W 'C as-I Q, 5-V 0 3 4 Exe' Q x ' 5 R ,Sill . NNI , .vii 5 I I A , l' X ALONZO GARLAND SHELTON, JR. ' MARTIN LUTHER SHOTZBERGER ", ' E' 92' 5- Mr HAROLD WILLIAMS SMITHSON ' ,,....,..rW ' ww- ,W I as ,F V RONALD GORDON SPECTOR ' I'II ' Rf f ' 'wg,5,.f!rI' JOHN LEO STALLINGS ' ' DAVID NELSON SUTTON, JR. K 'WX M' gg 'T'-'Q... , ,1 I 4 WILLIAM RUDOLPH TABER I Rf- I v WILLIAM JOSEPH TEEFEY, JR. I ,,,. qulal I - Ll "' I5 "I , Y 5 . A 4 I 1, Q, I 3 WILLIAM CHARLES THORNTON, JR. ,.. L, ' ,.-IV A W' , ROBERT RYLAND TOONE if - ' Y A, ,M '- . , 5 .,,., , ' I I ' y j If HAROLD WAYLAND TRIBBLE - "N" ff . 0 9 " . I V 1 3 I ' .4 , , LOCKE HICKMAN TRIGG, JR. 1 Q -, if: Ig fu . X K WI fi ,ma qua.. , W - I 4 2 S ' Ig 'V ,, ,M ish ff-0:-. ENN, If , 1 , ,, ,, an X 2 ,gm x W A AM if I -I . -5, I- I , , , an ij ' , Y W' 5 'L S I ,A J " 4 f fs- - . ' 'Q ' 'I HPI, 'X Q I 5 if ' ' 6 Qu S. RAL ' lk 42 EDWIN JOSEPH VELENOVSKY .JAMES WILLIAM WAGNER, JR. HARRY CHARLES WALKER, JR. WILLIAM ANTHONY WALTON, JR. ALEXANDER HUGHES WARE, JR. WILLIAM HERBERT WARREN JAMES EMMETT WATLINGTON, JR. CARL FRANK WENTZEL, JR. THOMAS WINFRED WHITE, JR. GEORGE LEE WILKINSON EARL SYLVESTER WILLIAMS HOWARD MCKEOWN WILLIAMS BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WINI5, -IR. K 1 CILAUDL LIQIQ Woouy, .IR. OSCAR SMITII WooTIeN JAMES Roscoe WRIGIII' N" ' ki- I MW MYRON MORGAN YAGEL Roy EARL YIsA1'Ts I . 1 'A'i ,.AA elefzana alclminiaifza tion Top, Igft to righl: MR. PETERS, Veterans Administration Training Officer, explains to an cx-service man the educational provisions of thc "GI Bill of Rights," while MISS CAROLYN BLANTON, secretary for the VA, takes care of "today's correspondence." Bblrom, lqfl: MR. THISTLE- WAITE, Vocational Adviser, gives veteran fforegroundj a few pointers on his vocational training. MR. RICHARDS, fright backgroundj Acting Chief of the Veterans Administration Branch at the University of Richmond. 43 1 . A I ,iwx qi . . R A an S . 9 .Iss J . Q,,?f'f, -:.if'?. ' QP-' fgiiiskli-1 --, 44- f F-fav-Q..-gpg. 2 ""-Ji ta I "". ING.-,I M 491 H FA. IS," -:mf , if L -N .Ii5T'?g:.1'- THURMAN SWEENEY CASH President MELVILLE DANNEI-IL ALDRIDGE, JR. CARROLL OVERTON ALLEY, JR. PHILLIP HUGH ALLMAN, JR. CLARENCE WVYATT ALSTON NORMAN CARRINGTON ANDERSON SATTLER BURNS ANDERSON I ANDREW ADAMS ARMSTRONG, JR. JAMES RICHARD ASHBY, JR. LEONARD STUART BAIRD JAMES FRANCIS BANKS, JR. ROBERT SILAS BARBOUR, III THOMAS ROGERS BARDEN op amaze Clan A x r, an :11,,e-. ., cf? W WALTER BREWBAKER BARGER RAY BARLEY , . I MAURICE GEORGE BAROODY ' I MARVIN ABBEY BAYLES P MORRIS WILTON BENNETT ' MELVIN GERALD BERMAN A ' , S ' vt ,,.. . i K1 , f 'if A ' ,. , I. if I A 1: ,,,,,! ' fi.. 4 4-qi ' 'Q ffxf 35" J' f - 1 1 N IEEQX ...A , J f , X I --. . B, . f. S... , L 'Q 1 A ,L F., 9 Qing' If I . X S. I --YA 7 I Q, 2 , I -- R I -x A . ' A' i f 1 Q I 44 R Q 9 , . S a N. R... HK' Y , sf by J . .5 Q ALBERT BERNSTEIN THOMAS OGBURN BONDURANT ROBERT PRESTON BONHAM, JR. JOSEPH WADE BOWMAN WALTER LEE BRADLEY JOHN WILLIAM BRIZENDINE HUGH DIFFIE BROWER, JR. DOUGLAS OWEN BROWN, JR. SELVA LEWIS BURDETTE LOUIS PAUL BYRNE DONALD BARNES CAMDEN MORRIS EDWARD CAMPBELL EDWARD RANDOLPH CARTER ROBERT JACKSON CASTLEBERRY MORRIS EDWARD CATHER, JR. . RAYMOND LOUIS CATHRALL, JR. THOMAS HERBERT CAULKINS BOBBY HAROLD CHANDLER CHARLES THOMAS CHANDLER HUBERT WARREN CHARLTON, JR., EDWARD THOMAS CLARK, JR. SHIRLEY EDWARD CLARKE FRANK BAKER COLE HARVEY ROCKWELL COOLEY Q A. ff b f f Q 'E A4 N 1 CI-IARLES WILLIAM COPPEDGE WILTON GORDON COUSINS JESSE LEO CIRALLE TNHOMAS TAYLOR CIRALLE CQUYON WORTH CUMBY HARRX' LEE CUMMINGS RICHARD SI-IERWOOD DANCE JAMES AI.BER'l' DANDRIDGE JOHN DAVIDJ -JR. HENRX' HAX'MAN DAVIS -JOHN WADE DENNY FRANK POWELL DICKINSON Q A ' 4 4 i JACK EDWARDS DICKSON NICIH0l,AS JOSEPH DIEMENTE ANTHONY DOMINICK DISERVIO CLARENCE WHITTLE DOANE WILLIAM HILL DOUB, -JR. ROBERT STEVENS DOWNS DONALD GREGORX' EDEL OSCAR LEROY EMERICK, JR. GEORGE ROBER'I' ENDICOTT GILES CROWDER ENGLEDOVE ALBERT HAROLD EVANS IRA BUCHANNAN FALLIN. JR. 1. PI X . Q., f , I '11 'af 6 Q 46- A gi Q , , , J . . 4 :Sl ,,. U in 3 U Tu HAMEW A . " T. - ,"' 'ic Qvxw. V .. J . f nr ' . " wg . J .L . . , .,.. S if W ..,. .E , ' . J ' I . . '53 ' KN X J . 6. .,. ff .A -571 7 'T Ai". - 5 Aw X - L A: A .via .f nr. In H' QB K . In 33 J' A .- 1,'. , I S 3 A J J V V- ' K G 2 M i s . -' ' Ai JAMES ELLIS Fox JOHN HOWARD GARBER, JR. ERNEST GILCHRIST GARRETT, JR. ROBERT GREGORY GIBSON GEORGE TOMPKINS GILI- BENJAMIN SUBLETTE GOODE KENNETH EDWARD GORMAN ROBERT ZANE GRAY CARLTON EUGENE GREGORY WILLIAM CALVIN GRIGSBY, JR. ROBERT KRIKER HADJIAN WILLIAM LANCAST'ERxHALES GEORGE POWELL HAMBLETON JAMES POINDEXTER HANKINS RALPH NICHOLAS HARGROVE WILLIAM BENTON HARRISON R.A1.PH OBERRY' HARV.ARD JOHN HOPKINS HARVEY JOHN BENJAMIN HAWKINS, JR. PARKER STITH HOOPER FARRAR WAKEFIELD HOWARD HUGH VADEN HUBBARD, JR. "NaI 6- 5 1 I if X, if x .Fi B G 1 J W?" I F gf-A BERNARD JOSEPH HULCHER, -JR. ' ERSKINE MILLER HUTCHESON I au... JULIUS HANSEL FANNEY, JR. DONALD BRADFORD FENDLER LEONARD FENDRICH WALTER CIARLISLE FIGG CHARLES EDWARD FLAX JOHN DAVID EDWARD FORTNA . 5. rv, LLII A EEVV wr- F1 'W' -' . A fm .E 4' '11 ' J .gig 4 . . ' 'I "-.- VA: AJ gr, A QA ' ' '-', '. A - . T ' ii J . Q .RQ in if ' . f ' wil' . ...: . I . A f .ji S3 as .. 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SL A I. .ST ,'T, TES I " 532551 K AUSTIN WELLEN LEFTWICH Ly A JEROME HERBERT LEON Q: W Jw, .J 'gl' J Q , ez, THOMAS ANDERSON LIGON 11' I ,I ,Q J A ' ' ' BERLIN BYRON LINEBERRY, JR. JIS' L A I QR' ":f 'X BRUCE WHITMORE LOCKE f "1:'Af f iz. Y,Y,J ' " .. ' ROBERT SAMUEL LOVE J ,1,1.Yf , W ,., ,.,.. 4. 5 , f N all 5. 52 ' E .. Q .:,:., Q WILLIAM FRANCIS LUDLAM 5 E . ROBERT PIERCE LUMPKIN , . A . -M, SAUL MARTIN LURIA Q E if 'IJV A, J H B' I f ' , fQ", 1 S B. 9 HOWARD DOUGLAS LYNCH 33- 9' A'A. A N , I J V A 2' R i JULIAN CAMERON MANN 'J ' Jis. . B ,Q ' S f .,,W,I. ' xg, ULEY TAYLOR MANN, JR. ' "" A .,,- igigk? M J M A f 'AA ' ' ' X ' E - Yr I f- .. .. I 2 f, 1 B. 'T 2, A Xssifiaism' -S M fe ' 1 5 ARTHUR JOSEPH MARTIN Q , if- Q.. Q , V,,,. . , . A . H BROOKS DUFFIELS MASON ' X " A ' 1 '72 ' A I JV Q ' ' HERRICK STUART MASSIE, JR. C HQ.. , 1 ::V.i A V , ff, W . AUBREY MARTIN MATTHEWS ' ,A J "1" Q "11Q f 'I.f f I .A 1 .J,-:4 AA f . ORVILLE C. MATTHEWS, JR. . . A S A ' CHARLES D. MATTOX, JR. 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JOHN HALIMOND DEMPSEY RAYMOND JOSEPH DIETRICH JAMES ELLIS DIETZ CHARLES HOXVARD DORSEY JOSEPH DOYLE WILLIAM ELDRIDGE DOYLE EDNVARD LIGHTFOOT DUNFORD EDWARD EARL DUNKLEE ROBERT HAMILTON DUNNAVIANT KENNARD CECIL DYER JAMES HUNTER EDGAR ROBERT WILLIAM FENLON CHARLES EDXVARD FISHER SAMUEL HENSON FLANNAGAN, III ARNOLD PENDLETON FLESHOOD TEMPLE WHITT FOGG RICHARD AMOS FORD HARRY WAUGH FORE, JR. EDWARD JACKSON FOX, JR. JACK MCGEE GALE, JR. EDWARD CARLTON GAMMON WALTER JOSEPH GANS, JR. PAUL RUSSELL GARBER EDWARD REDDIN GATLING DAVID LAYNE GEE WILLIAM NEVILLE GEE, JR. BERNARD ELMO GIOVANNETTI CHARLES HUBERT GLENN, JR. EDGAR CLINTON GOLDSTON JOHN GOODE 5 "PW In .,, ,J .Q ,yy .. K 11 .. .-L 'nw J. U38 I L IGS f 122 .Y . Nhxi 5 6' nr 'W C- .' 5 , -' 'Slwxlmz , 1 3, .v- ' ' , , 4 :"R-19513, S 173' WS.. IUS ' ' "' I " I JS In - J TJ r 3, I I I A. i f f. .R . J, , Q- .1 QP A H- ' ' A 4. I 4 g I T f Y' 4, 'HI s W I 1 , fr A A 3 , S Ig ga A E ' W J 7 ,i 1- ,mp .., A a.. JOHN PEARMAN GOODYEAR WILLIAM HENRY GRAVITT TODD ROBINS GREGORY GLENN ORMEND GRIMMEL JOHN BOOKER GRUBB CHARLES NELSON HALL LLOYD THOMAS HALL DONALD EUGENE HARDING WILLIAM CABELL HARDING CHARLES WRIGHT HARPER JAMES WILLIAM HARPER ALBERT LEWIS HARLOW RUSSELL BERRY HARRIS CHARLES ALBERT HARVEY WILLIAM ASHTON HAWTHORNE ROBERT MASON HEFLIN JOHN RALEIGH HOFFMAN BILLY MARVIN HOLLAND THOMAS LANDON HOWARD, JR. ARMY DALE HULCE, JR. ROBERT TRAVIS HUTCHISON A FRANCIS NORMAN JACOBS, JR. M.ANUEI. OSCAR JAFFE THOMAS RUCKER JETER GEORGE IRA JOHNSON LAMAR LAYDON JOHNSON ,,,, . 4 f Q -'W G, 'W 'W 1 ,QS ZZ S. E 1 M W6 X 'li iw I Q A SA AA V .ef 'I-:fag t A Q I '2 V I 4 . W'-5' ' ' X - 'PCM K Q in ht 4- G' IM I W Z 14:5 ' . ,. R- I.. I 'f Q- A if I -f - "-' ' ' ' A' ' 5, S ffl' A 9 'K-4 f ffl ,. ' , ' N. I A .ai Q, 4: 'I mlg? - if 50 WILLIAM EDWARD HARPER, JR LEONARD PHILIP HELLERMAN ARTHUR JOEL JACKSON, JR. THOMAS AUDREY JOHNSON ., Q 112.2 1 fi .QL N: 1 PAUL ANERSON MYERS RAFAEL ANGEL MUNOZ NOYA LEROY DAVIS OWEN WILLIAM LEE OWEN ROBERT HENRY PARKS, III WALTER GRAY PEARSON FRANK ABBOTT PETRIE JULIEN CARLTON PICOT WILLIAM BERNARD PIERCE LESTER ALVIN PUTZE, JR. EDWARD HARRIS RADCLIP'FE JOHN ROBERT RHODENHISER ARTHUR LEE RICHARDSON PAUL EMERY RICHARDSON THOMAS NOTTINGHAM RICHARDSON ARTHUR GRAYCEN RIDDELL ROBERT LEE RICKETT COLIE EDWIN ROCK, JR. WILLIAM ROGERS ROCK PHILIP ARNOLD ROSENFELD AUEREY JONES ROSSER WILLIAM LEES ROWE WILLIAM DEWITT RUSHER JAMES WINSTON SALE, JR. JAMES RICHARD SEASE GEORGE ELMUS SHANK, JR. HOWELL FRANKLIN SHANNON, JR. WALLACE CHESLEY SHIELDS CALVIN WOODVILLE SIZER RAYMOND BOWMAN SLAUGHTE I , e .QS A . RLISSEl.L WILLIAM JONES, JR. M J WS' LEWIS AVERILL KELLISON GEORGE EDISON KIDD, JR. CARROL HUGHES KINSEY MARVIN ALBERT KRANE WILLIAM FRANCIS LAMB STEWART WILLIAM LANDRUM 1 4 A l I 6 'C' , ,Y X s R I x A GA as "Eff " ITP X M . ' . S X ..I.., xg . EX R .E Fi 'S A r 1 kg-' "S 4353 fi .- THOMAS EDWARD LEE, JR. , HENRY FAIRFAX LYNN, JR. GEORGE OSCAR MCC1.AREX' JAMES ALLEN MCCLELLAN NEWMAN WILLIAM MCCLURE, JR. .S lx I WALTER JOHN MCGRAW BERNARD WALTON MAHON PROFESSOR WILLIAM L. MANER, Sponsor WARREN DEWEY MANN MORTON MARKS, JR. FRANCIS CI'IANDLER MARTIN gk' I Y WA ANDREW WILLIE MASON .3 THOMAS PHILIP MATIIEWS, JR. .JAMES RICHARD MATTHEWS J' HARVEY EDWARD MELTON ' ANDREW JOSEPH MEONI, JR. CHARLES EDWARD MILLER Y A A I. RAMON ALFRED MORANO ""' . WILLIAM PAUL MONTGOMERY ' ,' GRAHAM ALEXANDER MORRIS , JOHN WILLIAM MORRIS V 3 DONALD VIRGINIUS MLTRRAX' g i JOSEPH MURRAY' V I I I, - rgfxxq.-, mm' f ' 5. x- 'H' ' ,' A M A V, V :gs 4 . V It 'A VJ V . A:':V'V 'SS VQIQEA I ,.,- . .. AY ' gpg . rj I' K' I Q L Q M 'T 'r S I . ' . " . I .gy A L. ' 5 L if N .1 . L - Y . I cs. gg I ya Q ' if 32 ' I I , is - -2 fs! - 2 3. - J' ...,,, A-4 . ,r w . X ' . 'I I ' .. . . JL BILLY VV. SLOOPE FRED WASHINGTON SMALL, JR. BERNARD PIAYXVOOD SMITH XVII LIAM HENRX' SOUTHERLAND DONALD JOSEPH STILES ROBERT' MONROE STONE GERALD SPENCER TALLEY CTIW..-XUDE GIBSON THOMAS GEORGE WILLIAM THOMAS CIIJNTON ELMO TUGK KENNETH GRAY TUTWILER RICHARD CLARK TUTWILER JOHN BERKELEY TYLER EARL DLIDLEY' WEED, JR. 1X4ARCUS MH'ER WEINSTEIN CHARLES BERNARD WELSH, JR. HUDSON TURNER WEST N X G Ci . I If LONVELL XYINCILNT SMITH 'T' ' - WILLIAM THOMAS SMITH 'A Y, w -A w Y ' ' " If-. FRANK MORRISON SMIIHVR X ,jx X X E gui. X Y S bZ?Ziif?1 J Sill I 1 . ' D .. , , .S I . ' A is at 3 '! . if ' is 5 sg, 'E JY mf . S " x' .- - an-M K ,Y a V - X IRGIL REA STRADER, JR. . , W' 'W' Q' JOHN BELL STUART , A mm, JAMES EMERSON SUI rI,NFIEI.D 1.5, 1 53' Q my I ?4f:?A: 'I' .A Ea. ' wwf? , LEAN 415 . .. . Lu: ' 'N'w',,,x fx ' 1 ' X X I . Y . V. I" 7 Sy, f ' , - . , J 1, I I S. Y THOMAS DOLTGLIAS THORNTON :if ' ' J , -ff Af 2 5: , Q LEWIS WHEAT THORP ' ' J +I A CECII.. RANDOLPH 'TRAINITM V T A J V I , ,... 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MERRITT GEORGE YORGEY my I -v. , 7 1? 521 58 3" 5. ,gz- . iufeallzampton Colfege goueznmeni aluociation September and Orientation Wieck 1110811 to XfVesthampton freshmen rushing from one place to another, Ineeting new people, campus tours, handbook classes. teas, picnics, getting settled, and this year fifteen friendly girls, who. as a part of the mad rush. helped to keep things going as they should. These Freshman Counsellors were chosen by the X'vCSll1ZlIDlJlOl1 College Government Association from the junior and senior classes to aid the Class of 1950 in establishing their residence on the cam- pus. For the seconcl year the freshmen have lived in Thomas Hall Macross the lakef' a Ineasure hoped to be remedied by the completion of the new dormitory. Early in the year a residence council was established there. The College Government Association is an organization which takes an active interest in and fosters all campus activities. Greater strides have been made during the past year toward a higher degree of etliciency, necessitated by the rapid growth of the student body. To help II1?lliC life at YVesthampton happier and fuller, the Association has helped refurnish and redecorate the Tower Room: the handbook was revised and enlarged: a Tradition Book, designed to preserve for posterity that important phase of college life, was also revised and reissued. Wforking toward a more eiiicient set-up, College Government revised the constitution and reorganized their files. Two delegates were sent to the Southern Intercollegiate Association of Student Governments convention. A permanent .committee to set standards for MARION KENNEDY HUSKE choosing ll fmfv Ii lm 111 American Colleges and Universities was instituted. uRat- P7'6.Yl'dFlZl, College Government ting" in 1947 and thereafter was limited to one dayg and Ere chiefs Cwho delighted in holding a fire drill on Hallowe'en Nightl were appointed. Each and every girl plays a part in the democratic system of college government, for the association's aim is to repre- sent and further the interests of the students and to develop all phases of student life. And just as all nations working together can bring about world unity, it has been proved during the past year that each student, from the moment she opens her orientation program till the day she is handed her diploma, can share in creating a well-organized governing unit. onofz Counci vNm"'T7f- 9- Yf M7 7' ' 72' Qi 't . 5 Ltyft to right: OLLIE MILNEFEE, ELIZABETH KOLTUKIAN, lN1ARION HUSKE, Chairman, DOLLY BECK, ALICE LANDI, BETTY HARDIN 54 Coflege ounci Lffl In rilglzl: DO1.1.Y B1-1:14, Prcsidcnt Of 'l'l1O1nz1s Hall Dormitoryg ANN CILARK, 'IwI'f'2iSllI'CI'Q H1i1.1eN CIONANT, Prcsidcnt Of Y.W.C.A.g IDA EANIQS, Sophomore Class R0prcsCntativc'g PEGGY HARRIS, we Secretary: E1,1zAR1-:T11 KO1.TUR1AN, .lunior Class Rcprcscntativcg AL.Ifjl41 LANDI, Svnior Day Student Rcprescntativcg IVIARYIIJIY W MAss1r:, Prc-sidcnt Of Mortar Boardg OI.I.II'L IVI1-zNEF1aE, Prvsidcnt Of W. C. Dormitoryg AN'I'fJlNl41'l"I'I'l IQIGID, Prcsidcnt Of Y.W.CI.A.g IWIRIAM 'I'1E1A1.ENR1aRO, Ifrcshman Class Rcprcscntativcg LAXYINIA VVATSON, Vicc-Prcsidcnt. Jzeaiclence ounci Lqf! to rzgfzi: MARTHA EDNVARDS, LO1s JOHNSON, 0I,I,IE INIENEFEE, President, BETH DECJKEIZ, BETTY HARDIN. O I OITLCIJ JZBJLCIBIICQ UOUHCL Lfft io rzlghzf: KATHY YOUNG, MARTNX' x7ANDI-EVER, DOLLY BECK, President, CLAIRE NOREN, h"1ARTHA SPENCER. 55 ufeatlzampfon Cioffege eniofz Clada 73N RUTH SONIA SCHIMMEI., President Silver Springs, lNIaryland 1If7f7!liCf1IIfLf0l' BS. Degree lXIortar Board: Intermediate Honorsg Class President 4: Tau Kappa Alpha 3, 4: Pi Delta Epsilon 43 De- bate Council 1, 2, 33 Chemistry Club 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 31 Cnllegiari Business Staff 1, 2g Alesxenger Staff 2, Business Manager 3: El Piearo 23 Les Femmes Savantes 2, Victory Council 3, Who's Who 4. Proclamation Song lifesthanijltoh, our Alma tlfater, The mother cyf our eollege days, li'e do adore thee, life stand hqfore thee To humbly sing thy praise. You 'gave ur sybz'r1't. The flame Qf .tbirzt frm fit ztf2'th1'n eezrh eager heartg 0 may that hfage glow IVherez'er we go fljhart. life speak Qf thy pine trees, we sing Qf thy lal.'e,' I1'e've ztfatehed thy nights fall and thy cool morn- ings hreakg l1'e lozfe thy ,green helris and the ftowers they gz'z'e,' They're jmrt fy' the .tfvirtt that taught us to live. I'1',f'.Yf!1H777f7l077, our 'lima Zllater, TfI70I1glZ0l1f the dim eternity O may that flight shine TlZTOZ1y.g'fZ01lf each ljfetzhie For thee. Ilbrels and Alffsitp- .h4ARYLOU Rnonus Mfxssie The Class of '47 Remember that first year? The Navy V-12 Unit was on campus and civilians were few. Orientation week was crowded with hand- book classes, learning the Alma Mater, the Presidentis Reception, the A.A. picnic, and the Y kid party. Then we settled down to classes: Miss Harris' math, lNIiss Ross, English, and Dr. WoodFin's Ancient History. In October came ratting-green and white hair ribbons and socks and dangling mouse trapsg bowing to the lamppost and praising '46, Rat Day and cleaning the campus, and that terrifying rat court. In November we were officially proclaimed freshmen, in December we elected Marion Huske class president and chose Miss Harris as class sponsor. In spite of rain, we marched in the lantern parade on May Day and sang Ann Young's original song to the Queen. Our sophomore year was our biggest year. We raised money for our class project, which was to aid a Chinese orphan, by our Ghost Basketball Game. Luminous paint was the secret. In November we officially adopted in a christening ceremony the front lamppost as a symbol of the Odd Classes and inaugurated Odd-Day. That year the Song Contest was revived. Marylou Massie wrote our original pep song, and we practiced hardfand we won! We were so happy we wept. May Day-rainy again?-found us making hundreds of paper flowers for our Rainbow Ball and hanging tons of Spanish moss around the gym. And then, unbelievably, we won the Mortar Board cup. June came and we picked daisies for the daisy chain, hundreds of them, at the crack of dawn, attended the Big Sister-Little Sister luncheon and tea, and graduation. Then we were three. By keeping the Phone room and by sponsor- ing raHies, we raised money for our project, the Martha Jeter Back- to-School Fund. Then February ninth came and the Junior Prom. We decorated for our Dream Ball with a rose arbour, angels' hair, castles, and cherubsg Vin Watson led the figure. In March, General Eisenhower and Admiral Nimitz were awarded honorary degrees. May Day was Hbigw that year with the presentation of UA Midsum- mer Night's Dream." Helen Conant was wonderful as Bottom. That spring, ground was finally broken for the new dormitory, and six of us were tapped into Mortar Board. Then suddenly it was September, 1946. The campus was swarm- ing with returned servicemen. We had a new president and a new dean. Ruth Schimmel was our class president. We marched in our first academic procession. Then on November 16, President Modlin was inaugurated and we processed with representatives from univer- sities all over the country. Proclamation Night we proudly sang Marylou Massie's Proclamation Song. That fall the hockey cham- pionship was ours. In December, we renewed an old custom by having a tea for the entire student body, and in March we celebrated our birthday, not by the traditional picnic in blue jeans and plaid shirts, but by a formal dinner and coffee in the Faculty Drawing Room. Our May Day festivities centered around theproduction of an adaptation of "The Twelve Dancing Princessesf' On Umoving up" day in chapel, we all marched out into the "wide, wide worldf, All too soon, comprehensives were taken, exams were over, the books were closed. June third had arrived. 56 -Emil ISABEL DIss AMMERMAN HowIE BROCK BINGHAM Weverton, Maryland Applicant for B.A. Degree Transfer from Mars Hill College, N. C., Baptist Student Union 3, Devotional Vice- President 4g Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 45 Choir 3, Secretary 4, Glee Club 3, Ionian Music Club 3g Eta Sigma Phi 4g Volunteer Christian Association 4. MARY ELIZABETH BROWN Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree El Picaro 2, Psychology Club President 4g Education Club 4g May Court. SANTINA CLAUTER ,..'...-..-. . H, MARTHA HENL.EX' BERKLE ,X If I HowIE BRoc:K BINGHAM at A ai . tl Ml HELEN VIRGINIA CHANDLER 57 ISABEL Diss AMMERMAN Richmond, Virginia nljJf1fz'er1r7l for Burl. Degree Board of Publications Trustee 33 College Council 3: Collegian Staff lg Class Secre- tary 2, Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 43 Class Hockey 2, 3, 4, co-captain 3, Class Basket- ball 2, 3, captain 45 National News Coun- cil 25 International Relations Club 31 Canterbury Club 43 El Picaro 1, 2, Fresh- man Counsellor 4: Editor of W. C. Hana'- book 3. MARTHA HENI,.EX' BERKLE Manakin, Virginia Albplzirantfor B..S'. Degree Track Team lg lN'Iath Club 3, 4. 4 r I MARX' ELIZABETH BRowN HELEN VIRGINIA CHANDLER Newport News, Virginia Applzeezzzffor BA. Degree Heb Staff 3g May Court. SANTINA CLAUTER Bluefield, NVest Virginia Applzeanlfor B.S. Degree Transfer from Bluefield College, W. Va., Chemistry Club 3, 4. ALICE CARMINE CLAY Richmond, Virginia flflplzrarllfol' BMJ. Degree Beta Beta Beta 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Biology Club 2, Vice-President 4, Baptist Student Union 1, 2, Secretary 3, Vice- President 4, Volunteer Christian Associa- tion I, Vice-President 2, Web Staff l. HELEN FRANCES COLE Richmond, Virginia Applirarzlfor BA. Degree Transfer from lX1ary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Va., Nostrae Filiae. is FRANCES KEELING COLES HELEN CONANT South Lincoln, Massachusetts Applicant for A.B. Degree Transfer from Radcliffe College, Mass., Varsity Hockey 2, Manager 3, Captain 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4, Blazer Winner 3, Seal Winner 3, Class Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Class Hockey 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association Board 3, President 4, I'Vh0's W'h0. JANIE COPENHAVER Bristol, Virginia Applicanf for B.A. Degree Transfer from Virginia Intermont College, El Picaro Vice-Pres. 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Class Song Leader 3, Beta Beta Beta His- torian 2 3 4' Biolo Club 2 3 Secre 9 1 9 Q ' tary, University Players 3, 4 Secretary, Home-coming Queen 4, May Court, Psychology Club. . X ,, . , . 6 . A . 4 ka 59 ALICE CARMINE CLAY MARION JEANETTE COLLIER fha, HELEN GONANT 58 HELEN FRANCIS COLE FRANCES KEELING COLES Halifax, Virginia Applicani for B.S. Degree Biology Club 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Beta Beta Beta 4, International Relations Club 3, Class Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, Class Track 1, Class Hockey 2, Public Relations Council 4. I MARION JEANETTE CoLI.1ER Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Eta Sigma Phi 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Glee Club 4, Web Staff 3, 4. s , lk.. ,IANIE COPENHAVER MARY' EDMONIA Cox SHIRLEY JANE DAvIs Manassas, Virginia Applieanl for B.S. Degree National News Council 2, Ionian Music Club 2, 3, 4, International Relations Club 3, Baptist Student Union Council 4, Glee Club 4, Choir 4. ELISABETH BURNETT DECKER White Plains, New York Applzicantfor B.A. Degree Mortar Board, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 1, 2, 3, War Council 1, 2, Collegian Staff 1, 2, 3, Class Hockey 1, 2, Biology Club 2, 3, Beta Beta Beta 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, Debate Council 1, 2, I1"lzo's lf1f'l1o,' Resi- dence Council 4, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Nostrae Filiae 1, 2, 3, 4. JULIA CECIL DICKINSON 'ix MILDRED BELL DAEFRON I SHIRLEY JANE DAVIS .J MARTHA NEWSOME EDWARDS 59 MARY EDMONIA Cox Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon 4, Vice-President, Eta Sigma Phi 3, Secretary 4, IfVeb Staff 3, Westhampton Editor 4, Business Manager of W. C. Handbook 3, Les Femmes Savantes 3, 4, May Day 2. MILDRED BELL DAFFRON Richmond, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4, Choir 4. "'i9'lgA , -A sew ELISABETH BURNETT DECKER JULIA CECIL DICKINSON Richmond, Virginia Applican! for B.S. Degree Transfer from Hollins College, Beta Beta Beta 4, Chemistry Club 4. MARTHA NEwsoME EDWARDS Driver, Virginia Applicanl for BA. Degree Glee Club 1, 2, President 3, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 3, War Council 3, Residence Council 4, Psychology Club, 4. VIRGINIA CELESTE ELLETT Beaver Dam, Virginia .4ppl1'cm1f for B.S. Degree Nostrae Filiae 1, 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Biology Club President 2, 3, Beta Beta Beta 3, 4, Math Club 3, 4: Varsity Basket- ball 1, 2, Wesley Foundation 4, Board Of Presidents 4. DOROTHY JAMES FOSTER Petersburg, Virginia Appllcantfor B.,-1. Degree Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 4, Biology Club 2, Collegian Staff 3, Web Staff 3, International Relations Club 3, Class Vice-President 4. MARGARET ELEANOR GOODE MABEL PATRICIA GUILD Studley, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Class Hockey 4, May Day 2, Freshman Counsellor 4. BETTY ANNE GUSTAFSON Richmond, Virginia Applieanl for B.S. Degree Varsity Basketball 1, 3, 4, Assistant Man- ager 1, Manager 3, Captain 4, Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 1, Class Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association Board 1, 3, 4, Blazer Winner 3, Seal Winner 3. VIRGINIA CELESTE ELLETT . " Y ,jj MARY SUE GUARD but 3 ' www. L MABEI. PATRICIA GUILD 43 '12 DOROTHY JAMES FOSTER MARGARET ELEANOR GOODE Henry, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Transfer from Marion Junior College, Marion, Va., El Picaro 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, International Relations Club 3, 4, Psychology Club 3, Secretary-Treas- urer 4, Les Femmes Savantes 4. MARY SUE GUARD New Market, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Collegian Staff 4, Biology Club 2, 3. r v v Y J BETTY ANNE GUSTAFSON ......................1 SYLVIA GAY HAIMOVIT ANNE ESTELLE HIGGINS Tabb, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Westhampton Cheer Leader 1, 2, 4, El Picaro 1, 2, 4, Track Manager 2, Athletic Association Board 2. DOROTHY HUGHES Richmond, Virginia Appliearzt for B.A. Degree Web Staff 3, Literary Editor 4, Canter bury 4, El Picaro 3, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon, 4 MARION KENNEDY HUSKE ,I 341'-I MARGARET PAGE HAWTHORNE SYLVIA GAY HAIMovIT Petersburg, Virginia Ajlplicarzlfor B.A. Degree E1 Picaro 2, Collegian Staff Assistant Busi- ness Manager 3, Business Manager 4, May Day 2, Education Club 4, Pi Delta Epsilon. MARGARET PAGE HAWTHORNE Kilmarnock, Virginia flfrplicazzf -for B.S. Degree Pi Delta Epsilon, Collegian Staff 2, Manag- ing Editor 3, Westhampton College Editor 4, College Government Treasurer 3, El Picaro 1, 2, Chemistry Club 3, Treasurer 4, Class Historian 2, 3, lVeb Staff 3, Can- terbury Club 4, Victory Council 3, College Council 3, 4. ANNE ESTELLE HIGGINS 1 f LOIS RICHARDS JOHNSON 61 M I. DoRoTHY HUGHES MARIGN KENNEDY HUSKE Arlington, Virginia fipplleantfor BA. Degree Class President 1, Vice-President 3, Col lege Council 2, Delegate to Southern Inter collegiate Association of Student Govern ments 3, College Government President 4 lVlz0's lillzo, 4, Canterbury Club C President 4, May Queen. Lois RICHARDS JOHNSON West Point, Virginia Ajiplieanlfor BA. Degree International Relations Club 2, 3, Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3 4, Class Hockey 2, 3, 41 Class Basketball 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Residence Council 4, Canterbury Club 4, National News Council 2. PAULINE PAIGE JONES Petersburg, Virginia Appliearzlfor' B.A. Degree Class Secretary 4, National News Council 2, Forum 2, International Relations Club 2, 3, 4, Education Club 4, Wesley Founda- tion 4. ALICE ROSE lx-4lARIE LANDI Richmond, Virginia .4ppl1'e11ntf0r BA. Degree El Picaro 1, 2, 3, 4, l'i'eb Staff 3, 4, College Council 4, May Court. eyf' FRANCES ELIZABETH MCLAUGHLIN ALICE ROWENA MASON Norfolk, Virginia Applieantfor B.A. Degree Transfer from Norfolk Division of the College of William and Mary, Messenger Staff 4, Eta Sigma Phi 4, May Court. MARYLOU RHODES MASSIE Richmond, Virginia Applieanlfor B.A. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board President, Who's Who 3, 4, College Council 3, 4, Class Secretary 1, Vice-President 2, Ionian Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, El Picaro 2, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 2, Messenger Staff 2, 3, Class Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. QE' PAULINE PAIGE JONES be CAROLYN O,NEAL MARSH 'Q v args. ALICE ROWENA MASON 62 ALICE ROsE MARIE LANDI FRANCES ELIZABETH MCLAUGHLIN Sandston, Virginia Applicant for B.S Degree Transfer from Penn State, Chemistry Club 4. CAROLYN O,NEAL MARSH Florence, South Carolina - Applicant for B.S. Degree Collegian Staff 1, 2, Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, Class Hockey 2, co-captain 3, 4, Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, Varsity Tennis 3, Psychology Club. MARYLOU RHODES MASSIE KM Q I ,J OLLIE MENEFEE BETTY GENE O'BR1EN Dunn, North Carolina flpplfcantfor BA. Degree Forum 2, Biology Club 35 ,International Relations Club 3, 4, Collegian Staff 3, 4. MAY BEVERLEY PATTON Midlothian, Virginia A,b,bl1'eanl for B.A. Degree El Piearo 1, 2, 3, 4, Les Femmes Savantes 1, 2. l K is H. DoR1s DEMARIS PITMAN N ELSIE GREY MINTEP. v. I BETTY GENE O,BR1EN Mies HELEN SwENsoN PORTER 63 OLLIE MENEFEE Asheville, North Carolina AfJf7fl.CH7lfwfi0I' BA. Degree Mortar Board, Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4, President 3, President of Dormitory 45 Honor Council 3g College Government Secretary 23 Il'lm'.r H710 4, Class Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Captain 2, Class Hockey 2, 3, 4g Biology Club 23 Debate Council 1. ELSIE GREY' MINTER Martinsville, Virginia .'1p,bl1'ea1zZf0r B..'1. Degree Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Secre- tary-Treasurerg Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Ionian Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 35 Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 45 Class Hockey 3, 43 Seal Winner 35 Les Femmes Savantes 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 33 Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 3, Vice-President 4, Class Song Leader 4g Freshman Counsellor 4, Collegzblz Staff 4, l'1'l1o's Wiho 4. v MAX' BEVERLEY PATTON Doizis DEMARIS PITMAN Regina, Virginia .4,bplz'cant for BA. Degree dent Union Greater Council 4, Volunteer Christian Association 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4g Biology Club 3. HEI,EN SVVENSON PORTER Arlington, Virginia ,-lppliearzt for B.S. Degree El Picaro 1, 2, Ionian Music Club 1, 2, 3 43 Choi 3, 43 Glee Club 4. Eta Sigma Phi 3, Historian 4g Baptist Stu- 3 NANCY ANTOINETTE REID Wlashington, D. C. Appliranlfor B.A. Degree Ivlortar Board, li'lza'r 11710: Y.VV.C.A. Secretary 3, President 4, Seal Winner 3, College Council 4, Track Manager 3, Ionian Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vicc-PI'csi- dent 3, Les FemmesSavantes 1, 2. lxl.-XNCY GENE RICHARDSON Richmond, Virginia Applirarzlfor BA. Degree Transfer from Averett College, Danville, Va., Collegian Staff 3, 4, Choir 4, El Picaro 4, Baptist Student Union Greater Coun- cil 4. J BARBARA ANNE ROCK ELIZABETH JOHNSON SLATE South Boston, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree International Relations Club 1 , War Coun- cil 2, Victory Council Chairman 3, Psy- chology Club 3, 4, College Council 3, May Day Chairman 4. VERDA ALFRIEDA SLETTEN Richmond, Virginia Applicanlfor B.A. Degree National News Council 2, International Relations Club 3, 4, Forum 2, Messenger Staff 2, 4, Pi Delta Epsilon. NANCY ANTOINETTE REID I if HK MAE Lois RYNALDO if Mx ELIZABETH JOHNSON SLATE 64 . . . ,X K. NANCY GENE RICHARDSON BARBARA ANNE ROCK Portsmouth, Virginia Applicant for B.A. Degree Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 4, Class Basketball 1, 2, 4, Class Hockey 1, University Players 3, 4, Westhampton Cheer Leader 1, 2, 3, University Cheer Leader 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Canterbury Club 4, Victory Council 1. MAE LOIS RYNALDO Richmond, Virginia Applicanz for B.A. Degree International Relations Club 2, 3, Glee Club 4, Choir 4, Biology Club 3, Volun- teer Christian Association 1, 2, 4, Baptist Student Union Greater Council 4, Inter- collegiate Council 1. 1.17 VERDA ALFRIEDA SLETTEN "' RITA ZELDA STEINER MARTHA BETTY TINSLEX' Richmond, Virginia Applieanlfor BA. Degree El Picaro lg Class Hockey 2, 4g Eta Sigma Phi 3, Vice-President 4g Class Historian 4g Freshman Counsellor 45 May Court. SUSIE VIRGINIA WAGSTAFF Marionville, Virginia Appliearzffor B.S. Degree Ch " 4g I'Veb Business Staff 3, Biology Ou Club 33 fblerserzger Staff 3, Volunteei Christian Association 2, 3. JEAN VAUGHAN WALDROP I .li LENA DICKENSON THORNTON .J MARTHA BETTY TINSLEY .. N QQ I ff v ' v EMILY MARIE WALTHALL RITA ZELDA STEINER Richmond, Virginia .'1fpl1'ranl for HA. Degree Track lg Class Hockey 3g Biology Club 2, 33 International Relations Club 2. LENA DICKENSON THORNTON Hampton, Virginia Ajlplieafztfor B.A. Degree Varsity Tennis lg Victory Council 3, Y.VV.C.A. Cabinet 4g Choir 4. W' SUSIE VIRGINIA WAGSTAFF JEAN VYAUGHAN XVALDROP Richmond, Virginia flj1,lJl1'ez1nlf0r Bri. Degree E1 Picaro 3, 4: Psychology Club 3, 4. EMILY MARIE WALTHIALL Richmond, Virginia Afrpliezzlzlfoz' B..-1. Degree Collegian Staff 1, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 3, 4 Biology Club. LAXIINIA FOSTER WATSON Hampton, Virginia Applfeanffor B.S. Degree Collegiarz Staff 1, Choir, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Nostrae Filiaeg Westhampton Cheer Leader 13 Class Song Leader 1, 25 Y.W. C.A. Cabinet 23 War Council 21 Class President 33 I1'ho'J H710 3, 4, fllessenger Staff Art Editor 4g lfeb Art Staff 41 Beta Beta Beta 45 Canterbury Club 4, College Government Vice-President 4, College Council 4g Maid of Honor. ANN SMITH WILEY Crozet, Virginia Applieantfor BA. Degree Varsity Hockey 2g Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Class Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Basketball 2, 3, 4, Forum 2g International Relations Club Treasurer 3, President 4, Psychology Club 3, 4. MARY JANE WINGFIELD MILLICENT ANN YOUNG Washington, D. C. Applicant for B.A. Degree Mesrenger Staff 3, Les Femmes Savantes 35 El Picaro 3, President 4, International Relations Club 3, Choir 4, lVeb Business Staff 3. SARA FRANCES YOUNG Fishersville, Virginia A,b,blz'eant for B.A. Degree College Council 1, Biology Club 23 PVeb Staff 3, Collegian Business Staff 4, Educa- tion Club 4. LAVINIA FOSTER WATSON MARY JANE WINGFIELD Charlottesville, Virginia Applieantfor B.S. Degree Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 4, Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Class Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, Class Track Captain 2, 35 Sigma Pi Sigma Presi- dent 3, 4g Math Club 3, President 4, Nostrae Filiae. 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Kiln -er- 1791 ar- I Q pw NANCX' JEANNE CHAPIN LORRAINE ANN CHAPMAN ANN BRADLEY CHEATHAM MILDRED LOUISE CHEATHAM . ' was G LY ANN COHN I, AAA' P2 BARBARA JOAN COLEMAN E, ix BARBARA KING COVINGTON 5 LOUISE G. COVINGTON ' ,S fe. MABLE FRANCES CRANK BETTX LEE CURTIS DOROTHY LEE DAVIS LEONORA DAVIS CLAUDIA KATHLEEN DORNON ANN HUNTER DORSEY LETITIA LOUISE EARLL MARION LOUISE FEIBER AGNES PARISH FEILD LORRAINE DORIS FEINBERG . NELLIE GORDON FORD ELIZABETH IRENE GIVENS LENORE DOROTHY GREENBERG -IOYCE ADERTON GUSTAFSON MARTHA JANE HARRIS NANCY BRUCE HARRISON SARAH GENE HART 72 ,Ml 1, I. X ' A.- A 'W 1 A ELAINE ABELSON NANCY ADAMS DORIS CORRINNE BALDERSON WA PATRICIA ANN BALLAGH JEAN ELIZABETH BARBOUR BARBARA ANNE BEATT DORIS FRANCISCA BERMANN M VIVIAN JAMES BETTS MARY FRANCES BLACK PATRICIA ANNE BLACK .ADV fb- LUCIA MCCLINTOCK MARGARET HELMS ALEXANDER President MARGARET BERNARDINE AREY MARTHA CLAY ARNOLD SUZANNE BAKER IE DOROTHY AMELIA BECK MILDRED IRENE BELLOWS NANCY -IEAN BLANTON JANICE MAE BRANDENBURG A " f BARBARA ANNE BRANN 3 UNDINE CLEONETTE BRIDGERS I .S 5 Ml VIRGINIA LEE BRINSON X CAROLINE GREER BRUNER S MARGARET ANNE CAMPBELL ev' xQ"lv fm we-1 BETSY W BULLOCK 'MVS iw it 'hs i 'Q HELEN WALLACE HASKINS SALLY ELLEN HAYES LOUISE LILE HICRERSON ALICE TAYLOR HOSIER MARY FULLER HOWARD ELIZABETH HSU MARY BYRD HUDSON JESSIE SUE HUEF SADIE BERNICE HLTGHSTON BARBARA JOY HULL HARRIET ELLE I JACOSS NAN ELIZABETH JOHNSTON BARBARA LEE JONES MARTHA LANE JONES PATRICIA KERFOOT KELLY ELEANOR VADEN KERNS MARGARET RAY KING CATHERINE ISABELLE KRALYSE LOIS KATHRYN KREIENBAUM ELAINE RONA KUFFERMAN ALICE LILLIAN LACHMAN HELEN KATHERINE LAMPATHAKIS ELLEN BRADINIZ LARGENT JUDITH SYLVIA LENDING FRANCES BERNETTA LEWIS MARY MARTIN LOWRY LOUISE CAMERON LYNHAM rs. MWF IJ' AUDREY MARIE LYNN PATRICIA JANE MCCULLOUGH KATHLEEN VIRGINIA MALLORX' gp., Q"-s-' ww ,, 'f'C" ybviah X f xx? A-:Sb V 'N L, Yu s Y if 4 ss., 'H I if 9:34 wr yr? rw 1 I ' ,X 1' ' S qv 53. Qs. 'R ,Q if QA Ns JOSEPHINE THERESA M ARTENS EILEEN MAY MILLER ATHENA MILONAS EMILY'-ANN MINTZ HILDA LEE MOORE RUTH CLAIRE MORRISSEY gf' 'W 1-fm-, -. I A MARY' LOUISE MURDOCH K Q . 'V WI' MARY TERRX' NOBLE ' ' I 1 , CLAIRE CHRISTINE NOREN MARJORIE BOLLING PARSON 3. ' , 1 SUSAN MARIE PECK MARGIE RUTH PITMAN JANE HADDON PITT DENISE POLITY DOR fx: A N CLARICE 73 BETTY LEE PROFFITT JEAN RAINER IS LEE REEVES DORIS MARY REYNOLDS ELOISE PATRICIA RICHMOND MARY KATHRX'N ROSENBERGER ELIZABETH MATHER ROWSE BAGBY RX'LAND VERETAS MACON SANDERS JEAN MARIE SCHANEN ' WINIERED PAULA SCHANEN A JOAN ELIZABETH SHULL CAROL SIDLOVSKY CAROL SIEGAL BETTY MARSHALL SIMS VIRGINIA WINSTON SIMS fin. v- 'YW Sw?-' Q QQ A-A fn 1. up-..Q wx ib- .rpg MISS PAMELA BURNSIDE NASSAU, BAHAMAS pple Jflouom 'zinceu QN '99- ,QB . 'B IDA SPARKS SMITH ROSA LOU SOLES MARTHA ELIZABETH SPENCER CAROLYN STRAUSS MARY ELIZABETH SULLIVAN FRANCES SUTTON BARBARA ANN TAGGART MIRIAM HARRIET THALENBERG EMMA JACQUELINE TILMAN JEAN MARIE TINSLEY DOROTHY MILLER TOOLE GEORGIA LOUISE rl-'RIPLETT JOANNE PARKER WARING DOROTHY SELDON WARNER MARIAN ELIZABETH WEST -314, , V,.. -:A f MARTHA VANDEVER Q I 4-W JULIA BYRD WANN XL ,AIM X 4.x v BARBARA WHITE CHARLOTTE EMILY WESTERVELT RUTH LESLIE WHITMAN WILDA BOYD WHITMAN MARGERX' CARTER WILLIAMS SHIRLEY SNOW WILLIAMS MARY JANE WOOD KATHERINE LATTIMORE YOUNG BARBARA ANN ZEIGLER 4 ,A -ff' L ?f51"!'r'Q2f'Q'f4T 21 Lf-'IX iff, .yxrv ,r.' .v. :N V ,T iffy KQV. 7 ,,Vgj:b.:.V, 4,13 3, ' 1 kg? . ., "ig9'i'v.1,-. 'flfv- J .5 ,x,'v , 2-f5'2'ya vx, 1 ,A .I .1--f.1VfR., '. - ,A ' 1 "',r-':,:ff- --e:- 'H H" -V f '-1411531553-Q, '-:-111.41 .-'iff' A 3 :vi PH - ' 'Fi.,g:ww1J35 U , 302' L 'glam an AL, fu fx I 4,1 1 -.,1 nu, , . V: x E 'vf :. ia '55 ,- " , I -1 ., fi " gi .1 , 5? if FZ Nj 'ir 5 -'I if , 4 ,I-2 . 5' vi, -' . , fit ' . . , - :jd - A . 31,3 ,Q .f fggi, P, wj Y E' At- fc ffl "f Pr 4 l 'ip .A . 'Qi 'nl -J, ' rl .MAN DAVID ARENSTEIN Richmond, Va. V.P.I., Univ. of Virginia, Va. State Bar Assn., Student Bar Council, Phi Alpha Social Fraternity all! Choo! eniot Clay With fourteen survivors of' freshman classes from as far back as 1937, the 1947 Law School Senior Class moved into its Hnal months toward the pleasant prospect of graduation in June and August. Of the June candidates, only one-Chuck Lilly-represented the original class of one which entered in February, 1945. This is probably the only freshman class in the history of this or any other school to have 10095 of its members graduate on schedule. The balance all had a year or so prior to the war either here at T. C. Williams or some other law school. In fact, of the June graduates, Les Dillard is the only Houtsidern having had his first year at W. and L. Law School. The rest, Wade Coates, Clyde Cridlin, Dave Arenstein, Ballard Baker, and Milton Pickus, all roamed between the library and pool room at some time or other in the 'cpre-wari' era. All but three of those aiming at the August exercises have received all of their law education since V-J Day. They are Tom Bryan, a Virginia man, Larry Hamilton, who started at West Virginia, and Ted Kuzner, who was here in '39, p The remainder of the summer class, Al Philpott, John Snead and Dan Wil- son, along with the only co-ed of the class, Frances Jones all entered in the fall of 1945 and are therefore the first completely post-war graduates of T. C. Williams. It is not as simple as it seems either, for live of these August candi- dates still have the State Bar exam in Roanoke to look forward to in June, in addition to a heavy load at Summer School. ERNEST BALLARD BAKER Richmond, Va. B.A., Univ. of Richmond, McNeill Law Society, Honor Court, 1946, Va. State Bar Assn., Sigma Alpha Epsilon Social Fraternity, Delta Theta Phi Law Fra- ternity. THOMAS PINCKNEY BRYAN Richmond, Va. B.A., Univ. of Virginia, McNeill Law Society, Secy., Student Bar, 1946, Vice- President, Student Bar, 1947, Delta Psi Social Fraternity, Va. State Bar Assn. NI. 'QQ' I ERNEST BALLARD BAKER THOMAS PINCKNEY BRYAN 76 WADE ST. CLAIR COATES Tazewell, Va. Bluefield Colle e' B.A. Univ. of Rich g , 1 ' mondg McNeill Law Societyg Student Bar Councilg Grievance Committeeg Va. State Bar Assn.g Phi Theta Kappag Pi Kappa Alpha. CLYDE Y. CRIDLIN jonesville, Va. Wm. 81 Maryg Roanoke Collegeg Secy., Student Barg Grievance Committeeg Hon- or Courtg Va. State Bar AsSn.g Kappa Alpha. . , W Wvg-S, WADE ST. CLAIR COATES CLYDE Y- CRTDLIN is 7 ,f .., if 1 f "' TQ' ' -swf A j LESTER LAYNE DILLARD Richmond, Va. an h B.A., Hampden-Sydneyg Washington 81 Leeg McNeill Law Societyg Va. State Bar Assn. LESTER LAYNE DII..I.ARD THEODORE KUZNER HOlliday's Cove, W. Va. A.B., West Virginia Univ.g Honor Court, 1946g Kappa Sigma Social Fraternity. CHARLES BERKLEY LILLY Beckley, W. Va. B.A., West Virginia Institute of Tech- nologyg Vice-President, Student Barg Va. State Bar Assn.g Sigma Tau Alpha Social Fraternity. FRANCES MCGHEE JONES Urbanna, Va. A.B., Winthrop College: McNeill Law Societyg Student Bar Councilg Secy., Stu- dent Bar, 1947. FRANCES MOGHEE JONES THEODORE KUZNER CHARLES BERRLEY LILLY 77 6 fu:- M? ALBERT LEE PHILPOTT MILTON PICKUS JOHN SNEAD Petersburg, Va. A.B., Univ. of Alabamag Honor Council, 1946g McNeill Law Societyg Phi Kappa Sigma Social Fraternityg Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity. DANIEL DUPUY WILSON Bon Air, Va. Student Bar Grievance Committeeg Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity. .JOHN SNEAD S-. , Jn iefzmeclia tea 'Wm 46-A 78 ALBERT LEE PHILPOTT Philpott, Va. B.A., Univ. of Richmondg Student Bar Councilg Chairman, 2nd Judicial Circuitg McNeill Law Societyg Lambda Chi Alphag Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity. MILTON PICKUS Beckley, W. Va. West Va. Univ.g Pi Lambda Phig Scab- bard and Blade. I IQ W M' DANIEL DUPUY WILSON MARVIN FREDERICK COLE HOWARD KEITH CUNNINOHAM WALTER TAYLOR DANIEL, JR. WILLIAM DENNY DIXON JOHN LEFEVURE GAYLE ROBERT EDWARD GIBSON SOLOMON GOODMAN LORENTZ CARR HAMILTON ALAN GRAY HUTCHINSON VIRG'INIA DELIGHT IVEY HERMAN ISRAEL JACOBSON WINIFRED VIRGINIA JONES JOHN THOMAS NUCKOLS LEGRANDE JOHN AYDELOTTE MAPP LOUIS H. MILLER, JR. JAMES WILLIAM PAYNE, JR GEORGE ROBERTS PENICK, JR. VICTOR EUGENE PREGEANT, III GEORGE EMORY ROBERTS GEORGE W. STOKES HOWARD CRAWFORD VICK STUART LEE WILLIAMS 2,2 .I R- C K I N E r Q' Q A Y . x 1 , 5 X 'fv- Cvffm , nf 14114 .- ,f mx ,wx . .g"le.4lll1'l0l'l ..- A Q54 in v QW . I A I' I . A' I q- . gg .- A I .? ' . ffi 79 -9, ..! if '. f , f. "VP 3.2 I G. ' jf. 1-5 ,ii ai JAMES HENRY ALDREDGE HOWARD PALMER ANDERSON VERNON LEYOUNG ARDIFF DAVID WILLIAM ASHWORTH JOHN MUSE BAREFORD R -' 54 KS WILLIAM THORNTON BAREFORD I v 1 QL 1 4 PHILLIP BARNEY MELVIN ROBERT BLAOKER HORAOE WILSON BOONE LAWRENCE REVELEY BURTON HENRX' COREY JOSEPH JOHN DEL GROSSO JOHN STOKELY DENNIS GEORGE CONSTANTINE D'JIOvANIDIS HENRY TYLER. DUNN JOHN MILTON ELMORE WALTHER BALDERSON FIDLER K ACK PAUL FINE ,ir I ax . I 'F 5 P ' K JAMES WILLIAM FLIPPEN SOL GINSBURG LORENZA JOHN HAMMACK EDGAR FRANKLIN HEFFNER, III MAJOR MCKINLEH' HILLARD WILLIAM FRANCIS HUDSON 'P' I JOHN OSSEA, JR. 1 RAY l'IUGI-IES I BERTRAM ALFRED JONES JOHN RAVENSCROFT JONES ROBl'2RT BIIIST JONES JAMES CALVIN KENT BERTRAM YYORK KINZEY l ni A-, nv-S , W f,, . W' Q EDWARD EMERSON LANE W T GEORGE IXICIVER LADSLEY fy, ,,, h fx' N- h- -gy G 5- J Z T 'M an my RICIfi.ARD EDWIN LEWIS H -f- H .- Q gif. . VVIIILIAM READ MILLER fr' ' ' 'J " RICHARD CASSIUS LEE MONCURE - Y' WILLIAM EDXVARD NELSON J V ' I ' ii E 2 ,I as A GEORGE ELLIS PARKER Q 'gk . 4, 4. Q .M 'ga as , wt sg JOHN VVESLEY PRICE , ' ' ' , M ROSCOE DELL REVELL ii ALBERT RUSSINOFP' ' . T I JOHN WINFREE RLYSSliI.L rf- GEORGE WILLIAM SADLER z J 1 ' ' WILBUR LESTER SKINNER J N K Q Q Q C CHARLES WILMER SLAUGHTER f ,ij I ROBERT DLTDLEX' SMITH ' , - y2'f'.. HOWARD GRAHAM TURNER . if-.N ,. yr 1' -' .- GEORGE WILLIAM WHITE I J , 'ESM ,5..,QJ CJJJ Q +35 X V X , A N. EI R ,Ml M 'SRS Alain-tf'446W?Sx4 www - Top, Itjt If0 righl: This Requires Concentration. Gabby Gibson, the lawyer. NThe Big Threef' Clarence Darrow and Wfilliam Fallon. Serond row: Out to lunch. Daydreaming. Kuzner versus White 19 Va. CTCW '47.j Third row: Studying C??D "Plead Insanity." "This guy Schulmanas a riot. ' 7 80 ...n08fRRv.w-Q: WALTER SCOTT MCNEIL LAW AND Bt's1NEss fXDN1INlS'I'R.tX'I'ItHN Bt'11.o1Nr: c eil .law ocieiy The lN1cNeill Law Society, originally organized in 1034, was revived, after a war-time suspension. in the fall ol 1946 by the initiation of twelve new incinbers from the Law School student body. The purposes of the Society are the recognition ol' dili- gence and distinction in the study of law, and the offering to such students of an opportunity for further development by participation in trials, research and the discussion ol' legal questions beyond the confines of thc classroom. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Baker. E. Ballard Jones, Frances KI. Bryan, Thomas D. Payne, qlaincs XV., Coates, YVade S. Philpott, Albert L. Daniel, W'alter T., Pregeant, Victor E., Ill Dillard, Lester L. Snead, .Iohn Dixon, YVillia1n D. Vick, I-loward C. Gayle, John L. FRATRES IN FACULTATE lXIuse, lVillia1n T. Stnithers, lYestwo0d Doubles, lNI. Ray Catterall, Ralph T. Barnett, james H., KIT. 81 Stzzdfzzt Bar Ojfrm'5.LIA1x1ES YV. PAYNE, Treasurerg THOMAS P. BRYAN, Vice-President, HOWARD C. VICK, President: FRANCES M. JONES, Secretary. aw elmo! Q-Saiucfent Kaz Founded at the T. C. Williains School of Law in 1939, to replace an obsolete Student Government Association, the Student Bar was an experiment in self-government which has proven itself worthy of the efforts of its creators the Student Senate of 1939, and its 'cgodfatherfi Dean M. Ray Doubles. Its constitution, carefully patterned after that of the Virginia State Bar Association and the Virginia Inter- grated Bar, sets forth the functions and primary purposes of the organization. The time-honored theory of balance of powers between judicial, legislative, and executive, which had been followed by the outmoded SGA, was shelved in favor of a more modern set-up. In keeping with the present day trend, the constitution places the major weight of power in a representative council, a part in executive oflicers, and a lessor, but essential amount, in a court. Aiming at greater compactness, the new system aban- doned the old form of student government, whereby the council was composed of three distinct classes, according to their year in school. Under the Constitution of 1939 this antiquated form was replaced by the present system of three judicial circuits, each one including members of senior, intermediate, and freshman classes, thus assuring unprejudiced representation of the entire student body. Each of these circuits is represented at the Student Bar by two delegates elected to serve on the Student Bar Coun- cil. This Council, in which is vested most of the power of the Bar, makes rules, ratifies executive action, sets amount of annual dues, allocates funds, calls elections, promulgates l - A L canons of student ethics, and recommends publications representatives. In addition the Council is endowed with, and exercises, the necessary powers to: CID encourage better education for profession membership, C25 cultivate and advance the science of jurisprudence, f3D promote a spirit of brotherhood and cordiality among the member- ship, Q45 uphold and elevate the standards of honor, in- tegrity, and courtesy of the legal profession. Presided over by Vice-President Tommy Bryan, the Councilis most notable work this year was the revision of the Canons of Ethics and the establishment of uniform rules for the op- eration and maintenance of the school's limited recrea- tional facilities. Ex-f'Hy-boy" Howard Vick, the pride and joy of Caro- lina, held the reins of the executive branch of the Bar this year, with the able assistance of Bryan, in the secondary spot. ccGentleman jim" Payne, Hopewell's genial genius, held our purse-strings, while the Law School's long- stemmed glamor girl, Frances jones, kept the records and kept the members of the Bar informed on pertinent matters. In addition to his general executive duties, the President supervises the execution of the laws, recommends legisla- tion to the Council, has a veto power, appoints members to the Court, calls meetings of the Student Bar, supervises auditing of the books, and acts as the Bar representative on the Board of Publications. The principle duty of the Vice-President, besides acting in the absence of the Presi- dent, is presiding over the meetings of the Council. The Treasurer endeavors in the customary manner to make the meager Law School funds last through until june. It .... I Honor Court. JOHN L. GAYLE, STUART L. WILLIAMS, ALBERT L. PHILPOTT, ALAN G. HUToHEsoN, VICTOR E. PREGEANT, III. 82 Student Bur COIlHCZ'f'tJOHN M. BAREFORD, DANIEL D. WILSON, WINIFRED V. JONES, CFHOMAS P. BRYAN, WILLIAM D. DIXON, GEORCE E. ROBERTS. might be added here, that that task becomes increasingly difficult after the annual dinner and ball in the spring. The Secretary performs those thankless jobs which are always relegated to the scribe of every organization, but manages a nice piece of paper work in the deal. The three member Grievance Committee, appointed by the Council, plays an important part in the operation of the Student Bar. It receives complaints of violations of the Canons of Ethics, makes investigations. and on the basis of its findings prosecutes the culprits, where there are such, before the court. This year, however, its work has been limited toiaiding in the revision of the Canons and in listening sympathetically to appeals of the nonsporting and Hnancially embarassed element who have been unable to gain access to the pool table. The last in this list of multiple agencies is that august body, the Court. This five man group, parallel to the American tradition. is appointed by the President to de- termine the constitutionality of actions of the other gov- ernmental departments, and, of course, to decide cases involving violations of the Canons of Ethics. Despite this formidable array of delegated power the Student Bar does carry on in an admirable manner. In its many and varied activities the Bar has succeeded in carrying out the objects for which it was designed. These latter are best set forth in Article II ofthe Constitution: fab To represent and further the best interests, individ- ually and collectively, of its members, Cbj To aid in the molding ofthe student mind into chan- nels of thought appropriate to possible further membership in the organization's professional contemporaries, the Vir- ginia State Bar, the Virginia State Bar Association, and in similar organizations of other jurisdictions: CCD To promote a spirit of mutual fellowship and a higher sense of understanding among and for fellow mem- bers. fdj To teach consideration of individual honor and in- tegrity as essentials of the legal profession, feb To advance and further the interests of the Univer- sity of Richmond Law School. And, then, of course, there is the social side. Each year is opened traditionally with an informal smoker to acquaint new students and faculty and to satisfy the nos- talgia of recent alumni who always return. There are also at least two formal dances each year, with the date of the Spring Formal usually coinciding with that of the Annual Law School Alumni Banquet. For daily relaxa- tion a recreation room is provided wherein one may indulge in very light reading Cracing forms and an old copy ofthe Mz'rrorJ, a friendly game of pool or ping-pong, or the most violent of political arguments and 'fbull sessionsf' It has also been a consistent rumor these past few years that some of the more stolid use the place for cat-naps between classes. This year has also seen the re-establishment, here, of Jefferson Senate, Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, one of the groups that became inactive at T. C. Williams during the recent war. All in all the session has been eventful and successful in all respects in this Hintegral part ofthe university? The Student Bar has once again shown itself Satisfactory in purpose and operation to students, faculty, and alumni. McNez'l! Law Society. Stana'ing: VIRGINIA IVEY, A. L. PHILPOTT, VICTOR PRECEANT, HOVVIARD X7ICK. LESTER DILLARD, JOHN GAYLE, WALTER DANIEL, JOHN SNEAD. Sealed: THOMAS BRYAN, FRANCES JONES, WADE COATES, BALLARD BAKER, PROF. WILLIAM T. MUSE, JAMES PAYNE, WILLIAM DIXON. 83 Cfbefia lzeia V . After having remained dormant at the T. C. Williams School of Law since 1939, due to the advent of the Selec- tive Service Act, the war, and the subsequent withdrawal from school Of the major portion of the student body, jeffer- son Senate Of Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity was revived here in the fall of 1946. Re-built around a nucleus of seven men, under the leadership Of Student Bar President Howard Vick, the fraternity immediately entered upon a program to regain the position of leadership on the campus relinquished when the Senate was forced to become inactive. Twenty-two men were pledged by Delta Theta Phi in January of this year and sixteen Of these men were initiated in formal ceremonies conducted at the Country Club of Virginia early in March. The fraternity was originally established at this school in 1911 and lists among its alumni many Of the most promi- Mrs. Howard C. Vick Richmond, Virginia nent members of the Virginia State Bar and the judicial bench. Incidentally, this year has also seen the reactiva- tion of the Alumni Senate of the University of Richmond Law School under the able direction of W. Moscoe Hunt- ley, prominent Richmond attorney. Boasting 20,000 members and more than fifty active chapters in over half Of the states of the union, Delta Theta Phi had its origin at old Dickinson College in 1900. The group Organized there merged with Delta Phi Delta, Alpha Kappa Phi, and Theta Lambda Phi in 1902-03 to form the basis for the present national organization. Present officers of the fraternity are: Howard C. Vick, Dean, Louis H. Miller, Jr., Vice-Dean, Walter T. Daniel- Clerk Of the Rolls, William D. Dixon, Clerk of the Ex- chequer, William T. Bareford, Master Of the Ritual, Victor E. Pregeant, Tribune, Stuart L. Williams, Bailiff. Lfjft lo rz1glzt,fronl: WALTER DANIEL, VICTOR PREGEANT, Louis MILLER, HOWARD VICK, WILLIAM DIXON, WILLIAM BARE- FORD, STUART WILLIAMS. Second row: DANIEL WILSON, RAY HUGHES, MARVIN GOLE, WALTHER FIDLER, JOHN ELMORE, RICHARD MONCURE, ROBERT GIBSON, ALBERT PHILPOTT, HOWARD TURNER. Third row: GEORGE PENICK, GEORGE PARK- ER, GEORGE WHITE, BALLARD BAKER, WILBUR SKINNER, BERT JONES, GEORGE ROBERTS, RICHARD LEWIS, HOWARD ANDERSON. il' - 515 Bottom Row: Second Row: Tlllhfdl R ow: ooiball COACH FENLON Qabooej shows his Fredericksburg flashes around. From lfjft to riglzz: are COTTON BILLINCSLEY, MARION TIMBERLAKE, GRA- HAM MORRIS, and SHORTY LONG. All four played in the backfield. Anfon on the ld! features PAT FENLON wiggling his way across Held for a short gain. JACK WILEOURNE on the right eases the situation with his timely toe. DAWKINS, VAETH, GRIFFIN, DISERVIO, BODE, RICHARD, SPENCER, LAURINAITIS, H. SIZER, SAVAGE, NICHOLS, LALUNA, LUMPKIN, THOMPSON. C. SIZER, CHAPPELL, KILPATRICK, WALLACE, FORD, ZIZAK, BERMONT, MCCOME, BRAUER, NULL, WIL- BOURNE, FENLON, HOFBAUER, GULICK. THALMAN, CHALKLEY, FENDRICH, LEWIS, KRANITZKY, LUCAS, RALSTON,JOHNSON, MILLER, SCHEERER, LOMEARDO, HARLOXN', VVEST. , E , --1 v -4. Qi-I-I--fu. .. - LI. MMI, , ,..,..,,,,, - H sf- .KIFRA X 'F , Rw- S s ",,,qfIl4 AAG , DIXYBRNX gfffllk If-v-xi 1946 B Back from the wars were CARROLL RICHARD, REID SPENCER, SUGAR ' RALSTON, JACK WILEOURNE, FRANK PHILLIPS, and BILL SCI-IEIQRER. X COACH FENI.ON,S greeting is extended by way of a handshake with DOC SAVAGE, also a returnee. In upper rzght, FENLON lugs the rock by night against Nlaryland. Below, ,47 eo-captains RICHARD and LALUNA pose with COACII FENLON at annual banquet. Fourth Row: STUBBS, LINEBERRY, SCIOSCIA, COXNLES, BECK, COCCO, JONES, TIMEERLAKE, BIATHIAS, PROUT, GENTIL SUTTENFIELD. BURTON, SEYLER, ROSSER, HENSLEX', NIORRIS, PURCELL, RINALDI, BCLEN, CiURTIER, BIILLS, BIILINSLEY FARMER, LONG. BUSINESS iN1ANAGER CAYLOR, DR. PITT, ATIII.ETICI DIRECTOR PITT, COACH KNOX, COACH IRCJBERTSON Fjtfz Row: Sixth Row: 1 9 1 COACH CRANE, HEAD COACH FENLON, COACH PORTERFIELD, IXIIANAGER BOWMAN, BIANAGER BROADDLS. aff, Q '-'ggi' 9 ---I -an 3 ' ,Y , -V , .REX 7 lime .il1'r1g1'1z' QI1l1l'fl'I'bI1CA'.V. From lqf! I0 fligllf, PAT FENLON, ,Ion LALUNA, and lX1AR1oN TIMBER- LAKE. Brfnzv, three All-Statcrs take timc out for the camera. 1"mm lfjfl In riglzf, Fizrrz LAURINAITIS, JACK XVIi,BoURNE, and Doo SAVAGE. Runnerups for the state championship, the Spiders played the role of f'surprise" team of the Old Dominion in 1946. Not given a Chinaman's chance in the fight for the Big Six title, Coach Johnny Fenlonls boys did the almost un- believable with the more than 80 candidates-the largest turnout ever seen at UR. The Spiders proceeded to rack up six victories, two defeats, and two ties. Richmond also received its share of the honorary plau- dits, with four players making the All-State first team and Jackie Null, the 150-Pound center, earning a second team berth. Linemen playing on the first team were End Doc Savage and Guard and Co-Captain Fritz Lau- rinaitis. Back jack Wilbourne got more votes than other state performer and was named captain of the mythical all-star squad. He and Sugar Ralston, sophomore fullback, gave the Spiders two backfield positions for the first time in many years. The Spiders wasted no time in displaying their wares, slapping down Randolph-Macon, 46-O in the curtain raiser. Wfilbourne, Ralston, Charlie Suttenfield, Cotton Billingsley, Shorty Long, Bill,Scheerer and Doc Savage tallied touchdowns. After playing a 7-7 deadlock with VMI, the Red and Blue achieved one of the greatest team victories ever pro- duced by a Richmond eleven when Maryland was an- nihilated, 37-7. A Washington sportswriter had tabbed the game a mere f'scrimmage" for the Terps, saying Rich- mond "didn't even have a good semi-pro teamf, The Spiders gave him plenty of words to eat, though. 46 V Scozea Richmond Randolph-Maconaa 0 46 V M I ................a..,aa.a, 7 7 Maryland .....r...............,, 7 37 Hampden-Sydney .....,a,. 6 33 Duke ..............,....i, ..... .,... . , , 41 O Washington and Lee i.aa O 20 Davidson ................... 6 27 Virginia .............,a.,,,,, 7 19 Virginia Tech .... ......,.a., , ,, 7 7 William and Mary ,.,-,,,, 40 0 The Richmonders ran up their third high score a week later in dropping Hampden-Sydney, 33-6, before Duke's Blue Devils dumped them into the defeated ranks, 41-O. The Spiders demonstrated that they still had plenty of stuff left as they came back to capitalize on the breaks to shutout Washington and Lee, 20-O. Returning to the Carolinas long enough to down David- son, 27-6, the boys came home to treat the Alumni to a 19-7 victory over Virginia. The win snapped a Home- coming Day jinx which had spoiled the old grads get- together in recent years. Virginia Techls vaunted line was given a sample of Richmond forewall strength in the next-to-last game of the campaign when the Spiders outplayed and outfought the Gobblers, but were forced to settle for a 7-7 decision because of a couple of bad breaks. And then the finale against William and Mary. The Tribe just had too much, and treated the Spiders like every other Virginia team it encountered. Richmond emerged on the short end of a 40-O score. The Richmond coaching staff turned in a masterful job, Coach Fenlon and his assistants: Backfield Coach, Bill Porterfield, Line Coach Russ Crane, and End Coachg Glenn Knox. . Coach Fenlon topped off the achievements of the team when he was voted the outstanding coach in the Southern Conference and 12th best in the nation in 1946 in a poll conducted by the New York World Telegram. .ff Reodivzg from lqft to right. Top Row: HALFBACK COTTON BILLINGSLEY, QUARTERBACK PAT FENLON, HALFBACK JACK WILBOURNE. Second Row: GUARD AND CO-CAPTAIN FRITZ LAURINAITIS, CENTER JACK NULL, LINE COACH RUSS CRANE AND TACKLE REID SPENCER. Third Row: END DOC SAVAGE. Lassz'es: BRADFORD, ANDERSON, HERNDON, AND PITT. Lads: THOMPSON, GILL, B. GO- FORTH, RALPH BARTRON AND E. CLARK, END AND CO-CAPTAIN HOUSTON SIZER. Bottom Row: TACKLE JOE MATHIAS, FULLBACK SUGAR RALSON, GUARD JOHN ZIZAK. 89 nigga' 'J' .ff-:gn .Ah 2 I 'I X Q I 1 I 5' -:M A fl, w if +I 1' " I A - ' " I E " K I Nl ' gf if :lit X' , . .1.. IW I fgadkeibafl 1946-47 GUARD AL RINALDI CENTER TONY DISERVIO FORXVARD BOO'rsIE DCJLSEX' FORWARD IRVIN ROBINSON COACII MAC PITT, who rated CAPTAIN WEENIE MILICER fabozwj one of the best all-round players he,s ever coached, points out other Spider all-time greats to WEENIE. Fran! lon fi00I'J.' RAY MARSHALL AND SATTLER ANDERSON. Ffrsf Row: JIM SLITTENIIIELD, IRV IlUBINSON, TONY DISERVIO, CAPTAIN WEENIE MILLER, AL RINALDI, BOOTS DOLSEY, AND .JACK JONES. ' Smma' Row: COACH PITT, AUBREY FORD, BUDDY NIILLS, SOLON COUSINS, GRVIE LAYMAN, DONALD FENDLER, JOHN LANE, AND JACK NULL. 90 Lots of action highlighted cage activity, as the picture below and on the far right indicates. Vir- ginia's CHUCK NOE and IRV ROBINSON jump below, and TONY DISERVIO aims for the basket in 4, the photo on the right. ti Scozea I ,an The "Silver Fox" shows three of his star frosh how it's done. Rmzlzifzg fron: lefl In riglzl, the newcomers are 'IIM SIr'1'TiaNI-'11-1I.D, llfxczk QIONICS, and Ai. RINAl,lJI. Rfclzmond Opp. Union Theological Seminary ,,., . 90 24 Langley Field ..,.,,,,..,,,.,,,, , i.i. , 55 38 Fort Belvoir.. ,,,,,,,,,t . 6 . , 56 53 Georgetown i,.,,,,,,. . , . , 38 46 Medical College of Virginia, ,. 54 44 Quantico Marines ,,,, ,,,,,,,., , , 65 51 Maryland ......,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, . 41 39 William and Mary.. o 45 47 Hampden-Sydney. ,,aa . 54 42 Virginia .,........t. . .ao., 44 40 William and Mary ,,a...a, 6 40 34 Virginia Tech ..t.oa, ,.aaa , . 49 45 George Washington ,..... ,, 44 52 Hampden-Sydney ..ata, H 45 55 1 Washington and Lee ,o,i ,, 47 74 V. M. I .,,oaao,,.,t,.oo,o, ,, 60 52 Virginia Tech... o,,,, H 40 54 Randolph-Macon ,,,,,,o , 60 46 Maryland... ro,, .,,. ..,,,,. . 6 8 49 George Washington ,o,o,, , 47 76 V. M. I ...,,o,,tooaa,,..,,,o,o.. ,. . 53 51 Washington and Lee ,.aa,,, ,. 45 37 Virginia ...,........,,,V,,,,,,,.,, .. 54 55 Wake Forest ,,,,,,,,aaa,,. , 63 54 Randolph-Macon ,..iaa..t,,,,,,ooo,,.,,,,,,ooo,,,,,,.,,o. ,.i,i.,.ooo,, 4 4 39 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT North Carolina ,,..,,,,ais..,.,i..,.....,...t.. ,.,,..aa..,...,,.,aV..,... 4 3 55 If the Spiders surprised the football skeptics, the basket- ballers were a bigger sleeper. With Captain Weenie Miller being the lone senior among the starters, and three sophomores and a freshman making up the rest of the first team, Richmond won 17 games and lost eight in regular season play. In the Southern Con- , ference tournament, the Red and Blue gave a masterful demonstration of inspired play before falling victim to a potent North Carolina quint, 55-43. Highlighted by a 90-point splurge against Union The- ological Seminary in the opener, the Spiders hung up vic- tories over such foes as Virginia, Wfilliam and lNIary, Vir ginia Tech, Wfashington and Lee, IVake Forest, and lNIary- land, whom they defeated twice. Richmond racked up 1,344 points to the opposition's 1.2-15. Kingpin of the Spiders was Miller, whose quarterback- ing of the team on the Hoor was a thing of beauty to be- hold. Wfeenie, who topped the scorers with 269 points, played his finest game against lX'Iaryland, dumping in 21 points as the Terps were lambasted, 68-49. lXfIt1ch in the midst of things all season were Guard Al Rinaldi and Center Tony DiServio. Rinaldi shot 251 points and DiServio 248. Forward Irv Robinson and Hve-foot-hve Bootsic Dolsey completed the regular five. Kaaeball 1946 Baseball prospects looked bright in lX4arch 1946 when 50 tryoutsethe largest diamond turnout in Spider history -showed up for spring practice. But the talented group of players which Coach Mac Pitt had assembled never got a chance to live up to hot stovers' predictions of a glorious season jammed with vic- tories. The injury jinx popped up in the Spider camp soon after the campaign got under way and took virtual residence for the remainder of the 15-game schedule. At one time or another Pat Fenlon, Leo Garrett, Mac Pitt, Harvey Wfoods, Bubber Donner, Harry Straugh- ton, Jim Kelly, Chick Earle, "Botchy" Nunnally, Bobby Johnson, and Stuart Coghill all were on the ailing list. :Q A 1 ' 5 er' 8, fi I O X is X , . iff' ,A l Double play boys, SHORTSTOP BUBBER DONNER Clqftb and SECOND SACKER JACK NULL. Scozea BASEBALL RECORD FOR 1946 Richmond Hampden-Sydney .....c.. . 6 7 Ohio University ........,,cccsccc.ssc , 3 4 Oceana Naval Air Station ,csss,, . 2 3 Virginia .,,s,,s.s,,.V,...,........,..... , 8 ftiej 8 Randolph-Macon ..ss.,.r. . 16 6 Maryland .........,....c,sc , 3 4 Norfolk Naval Flyers... , 3 8 Washington and Lee c,,s . 8 15 Hampden-Sydney ,c,, ,c,. , 4 7 Virginia Tech ,....,...... , 12 3 Virginia .......,.... , 3 4 Navy .s,........,. , 3 2 Maryland .............,.,s. 7 3 0 Randolph-Macon.. .,r.cc. . 4 2 ? Q , Mi ,K e Q U A lx ll 4 A lfgmx 'f X X f si I sa? , '- " ' Tim . ' . WWII" . XA A f .g . tr .A . ... agwif' . 7 l'K"'1 Pitcher-Catcher duo, LEFTY CARLYLE WILLIAMS Ueyflj and CHARLIE KRANITZKY. As it was, Richmond completed the season with a record of eight victories and five setbacks. Pitching was divided between five moundsmen, Lou CFrogD Burdette, Leo Garrett, Carlyle Williams, Basil Koenig, and Bobby Johnson. Regulars who turned in some good stick work at the plate included Catcher Charlie Kranitzky, Second Baseman jackie Null, Shortstop Bubber Donner, Third Baseman Pat Fenlon, Outiielder Gene Kastelberg, and Utility Infielder Harvey Woods. i i , GENE KASTELBERG, outfielder, prepares to take his cut. clintfzamufzal cqp0"lfJ Championships among the intramural teams were pretty evenly distributed in 1946 and 1947, with five teams sharing honors in four sports. ik 'A revival of the softball leagues in the spring of '46 saw Pi Kappa Alpha and Lambda Chi come out on top in final standings in two leagues. Both clubs won four games and dropped nary a contest. ik' The summer softball league also was revived, and Kappa Sigma, displaying a veritable lWurderer's Row, nosed out Eve other teams in winding up on top. The Kappa Sigs won 11 and lost four. Kappa Sigma also maintained a stranglehold on intra- mural football, and wrapped up the grid crown with a final 21-6 victory over Phi Gamma Delta. ii? Track was another sport which put in a re-appearance on the intramural scene. The Phi Gams, with speedy Walton Mallory leading the way with HV! points for in- dividual point honors, came in first in the track meet. Phi Gam wound up with 40 points, four more than Kappa Sigma. Sigma Alpha Epsilon gained third place with 26 points. ik There were several top-notch basketball teams, but Miles' Catbirds, with nine victories and two losses, and Phi Gam with nine triumphs and four setbacks, led the two respective loops. In a playoff for the campus cham- pionship, the Catbirds beat the Phi Gams in two out of three contests. W A. A. Board. Seated, lqff to right: AUDREY BRADFORD, SARAH BRENNER, HELEN CONANT, President, BETTY HICKERSON, Miss GENE XVOODFIN. Standz'ng: GINNA HERNDON, EMILY DEITRICK, PEGGY STONE, MARGARET REYNOLDS, BETTY ANNE GUSTAFSON. lufeaihampton Colfege alflzleiic alaaociaiion "Come on, Odds!" 'fGet that ball, Evensln If ever a stranger wishes to see visibly that intangible something that pervades the campus?Westhampton Spirit -let him attend an Odd-Even hockey or basketball game. Cheers rise from all sides and there is excitement plus. Then let him watch the banner ceremony, when the losing classes regretfully take down their banners and the win- ning class is praised. Westhampton Spirit, a spirit of cooperation, enthusiasm, friendliness, and true sportsman- ship, is embodied in the Athletic Association. During Orientation Week, the freshmen and new stu- dents were introduced informally to the association at the A.A. picnic. Here, was food, fun,and good fellowship, many experienced, perhaps for the first time, Westhainp- ton Spirit. In December, the A.A. added to the holiday festivities by sponsoring its annual Christmas dance, this year a Snow Ball. The Wfesthampton gym skaters and was gaily decorated with a huge snow man and figures of skiers. Song practices for the February Song Contest began with the new semester. The A.A., in sponsoring the contest, feels that it helps promote Westhampton Spirit. Each girl learns the words to old college songs and has a chance to create new ones. Class rivalry is strong and the gym rafters fairly ring with enthusiastic singing. In the spring, at the annual A.A. banquet held in honor ofthe newly-elected board, varsity letters in track, tennis, and archery were awarded. Those girls who have won at least three letters in different sports were awarded blazers. The highest award given by the Athletic Associa- tion is the seal, presented to those girls who through their enthusiasm, interest and spirit have promoted athletics and all campus activities. The qualities for which the A.A. stands as embodied in its leaders and members help to embue the students of today with a spirit of unity and friendly cooperation,- the same spirit that is necessary in achieving world unity. n ffazefz ufinnez The blazer is awarded to any individual winning a letter in three varsity sports. It is of white Hannel with the tower insignia in red on the pocketg stripes denote the number of sports in which the letters have been won, and the stars indicate the number of times letters have been won. Bfngwr I1'1'mzfr. BETTY ANNE CiUS'l'AFSON. Seal Winners. Lfyfzf in right: HELEN CONANT, BETTY ANNE GUs'I'AIf- SON, TONI REID, ELSIE MINTER. Sea! ufinneu A flannel seal, the highest award of the XVesthamptOn Athletic Association, is conferred on members of the junior and senior classes for exceptional sportsmanship and contagious enthusiasm. Westhamlbfon Chrer Leaders. Left to flvgllff DIANE BROKVN, JANE DENS, DORIS XIICKERS, ANN HICJCINS, BARBARA BRANN, GINNIA HERNDON, Head Cheer Leader, lX4IMI ANDERSON. AUDREY BRADFORD, JACKIE PITT. CYNTHIA PATRICK, STELLA D.ALTON. 95 wwity .Hockey The lVesthampton hockey team, under the able coach- VARSITY HOCKEY SCORES ing of Miss Gene lVoOdHn, completed the 1946 season of intercollegiate competition by winning all of its games to become the State Champions. Through a project sponsored by the Athletic Association in the spring of 1946, nine of the players were able to go to hockey camp. Consequently at the beginning of the season the team was in good form. Experience was gained by playing two college teams from Pennsylvania, Beaver and Ursinus. Even more valuable was the team work and skill developed under the coaching of Miss Con- stance Appleby, who introduced hockey to the United States. For the second year in succession, the team beat Sweet Briar in a very close game, 2 to 1. Out-Of-town games were played with lkfladison, Randolph-Macon, and Wil- liam and lX1ary. At Sweet Briar, where the Virginia Tournament was held, Helen Conant and Margaret Stone were selected for the Virginia team. jane Dens, Betty Anne Gustafson, and Betty Stansbury made the Reserve team. These girls went to Washington, where Helen Conant and Mar- garet Stone made the Southeast Reserve team. Playing in the United States Tournament in New York, Helen Conant made honorable mention All-American. Varsity letters were awarded to Marilyn Alexander, Isabel Ammerman, lN4aria Carter, Helen Conant, Emily Deitrick, jane Dens, Betty Anne Gustafson, Carolyn hlarsh, Jane Sanford, Virginia Smith, Betty Stansbury, lviargaret Stone, and Carol VV'alker. Second team letters were awarded to Patricia Ballagh, Peggy Harris, Virginia Herndon, Fay Hines, joy Hull, Lois johnson, Peggy Rey- nolds, Margaret Sabine, and Janet Tinker. A service letter was awarded to Elsie Minter. Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton ..,s Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton Westhampton FIRST TEAM Richmond Hockey Club... Ursinus ...............sr......,,.,,.. St. Catherine's ....i,, Beaver ...............,, R.P.I ....... .......r......s. Madison ....................s,.. William and Mary ...... St. Catherine's ................ Sweet Briar ...,.................,... Richmond Hockey Club... Randolph-Macon ............... SECOND TEAM Richmond Hockey Club... St. Catherine's .................. Richmond Hockey Club... John Marshall .................... St. Catherineis ............ .... William and Mary s..... Alumni .... 3 Students .................................. ......... .......... 0 CLASS HOCKEY The end of the 1946 hockey season found the Senior Class team as champions. The juniors and sophomores tied for second place. The highlight of the season was the annual Odd-Even Game, which ended in a 3 to 3 tie. W'0n Lost Tied Seniors .....................................,........ 5 1 O Juniors .,............. .- 3 2 1 Sophomores ....... -- 3 2 1 Freshmen ........ .. 1 5 0 Varsity Hockqy Team. Ley? to fzght: Miss GENE WOODFIN, Coach, CAROLYN MARSH, HELEN CONANT, Captain, JANE SANFORD PEGGY STONE, IzzY AMMERMAN, BETTY STANSBURY, VIRGINIA SMITH, EMILY DEITRICK, PEGGY REYNOLDS, CAROL WALKER lVIARIA CARTER, BETTY GUSTAFSON, UMR. WAsHINGTON,U Mascot., WW 411 Slate Hoffifv Pfqyfrs. Le f to ugh! HELEN CON ANT PEGGX STONE ANP DENS BETTX ANNE GLTSTA I The mad scramble Vflfjlif-1lBl7SfCPI'bC1ff Team. .S'eafffd, lqfz' to right: JANE SANFORD, BETTY EDWARD- sEN, Captain, BETTY ANNE GITSTAFSON. .S'landz'ng.' ANN WILEY, CAROLINE GOODE, 'E1,s1E HENLEY, HEI.EN CONAINT. awiiy Jgaalcefbafl 1946 Rolling over Wfilliam and lX4ary, 22-18, in the season's finale, the 1946 Spiderettes presented Westhampton with its first undefeated campaign in more than 20 years. Captained by Betty Edwardsen, the sextet racked up triumphs over lN1adison for the first time since the rivalry with that school was touched off back in 1930, and tradi- tional Sweet Briar. Betty Anne Gustafson, captain of the '47 team, paced the girls in the Sweet Briar contest with 11 points. Elsie Henley burned up the floor in the season's opener against R.P.I., shooting 24 points, as Westhampton romped to a 33-22 victory. ' Toughest game of the year was against St. Catherinels, in which a last-minute basket by Captain Edwardsen saved the day as the Spiderettes eeked out a 26-25 win. All members of the undefeated team were presented gold basketballs at the end of the season. The complete record: Y Westhampton ,.,, 33 R.P.l .....ccc.,c ..c..... 2 2 Westharnpton .c.. 22 Madison ......,... ,,...... 1 8 Westhampton cc,, 26 Sweet Briar ........ ...,, ....c... 2 2 Westhampton c,.. 26 St. Catherine's ,...c...c.,, .... .... 2 5 Wfesthampton .,.. 22 William and Mary ..,..., ........ 1 8 if EX, , , lip State champs have to practice too! Clam! Jbgadkeiball 1947 Rounding out their college careers in splendor, the Senior Class won the intramural basketball championship with five wins and one tie as their record. The 1947 season found the seniors in First place, the sophomores second, and the juniors and freshmen tied for third place. The basket- ball season closed with the annual Odd-Even Came, in which the Odds were victorious, winning 27-18. ' sasiw' . 1213? F-RZ. T-A . L: Senior Class Team. Front row, left to fllghlf TONI REID, IZZY AMMERMAN, Captain, BETTY ANNE GUSTAFSON. Back row: MAJIE WINGFIELD, ANN WILEY, HELEN CONANT, BOBBY Seniors Ecctc Juniors E....... I1 'ull Sophomores cecccecc 4 Freshmen ,,tttc 1 Lust O 5 1 5 Tied 1 O 1 O Saplzomare Class Team. Fran! raw, lay!! to rfglzf: VIRGINIA GRABEEL, JANE SANFORD, JANE GUTFREUND. Bark row MIMI ANDERSON, PEGGY HARRIS, JANE DENS, MARILYN ' ROCK. IALEXANDER. Freshman Class Team. Front row, left to night: LORRAINE junior Class Team. Fran! row, left fa rziglzf: BETTY STANS- CHAPMAN, BARBARA COVINGTON, Captain, MARGARET BURY, PEGGY STONE. Captain, EMILY DEITRIOI4. Bark ALEXANDER. Back row: KIT MILLER, ELEANOR KERNS row: lxf.-XRGARET SABINE, GINNA HERNDON, SETH HILD.A MOORE. DARROW, FAYE HINEs. 99 Is it an ace P ilfauiiy Zennia - 1946 Westhampton renewed its intercollegiate tennis games, beating R.P.I. 2 to 1, while losing to William and Mary and Sweet Briar, 3 to 0. Those awarded varsity letters were Diane Brown, Helen Conant, Caroline Goode, and Betty Anne Gustafson. Rating of players is determined by a tennis ladder which is always subject to change. At the end of the season, Peggy Stone was in Hrst place, with Helen Conant second, Betty Anne Gustafson, Diane Brown, and Caroline Goode third, fourth, and fifth respectively. Zfzacki - 1946 The Westhampton track team rounded out its 1946 season with a victory over St. Catherine's. Stellar performers this year were Helen Conant, jane Dens, Pat Eagan, and Florence Zenke. Two records were broken during the season by Helen Conant. She surpassed her previously set record in the basketball throw by heaving the ball ninety-six feet. In the shot put event, she broke the former record, 29 feet, 11-3X4 inches, by putting the shot 33 feet, 3X4 inches. At the close of the intramural season, the Freshman Class was in The Misses Xivllllam TCH' first place, the juniors second and the sophomores third. 1' Tennis. Lfyft to rzght: HELEN CONANT, BETTY ANNE Tmfik' LW fo High," JANE DENSQ HELEN CONANT, PAT GUSTAFSON, DIANE BROWN. Center, back: Miss FANNY EAGAN G. Csssssisw, Professor of Physical Education. rgmy- 'V 'fir N: .A ,T wnzya ,L ax--mf I 7vJ r J' iff, '1 ' Sli ,,!,. ,. ff'-1 ugh? X 1,1744 IL lan -ai1'j"f,v:-::i 5,-f T., . - . .. "'-'- 'ksr -'Yi-isewsnkinn-:',-'xg-1 . z' , H Ea'z'1orz'al Staff-Lg? to right: DONALD BALL, Columnist, CLIFF LONG, Editor-in-chief, Fall Term, PEGGY HAXN'THORNE, Wlesthampton Editorg WALTER HOOVER, Editor-in-chief, Spring Term, PETE SINGLETON, Associate Editor, THAD CRUMPQ Managing Editor. he olfegian Friday noon has become synonymous with The Collegian. In February, 1946, Cliff Long, former editor ofthe Web, Striving to meet the needs of an enlarged student body. and Thad Crump, returned to the Campus and were ap- the stall began in September a weekly schedule of publica- pointed editor and managing editor, respectively, of The ' , d' ' d d ' h , ' ' ' - . . . . . . . Hon lscomllme urmg t 6 Wai' and m many Issues. In Collegzan. Retaining their positions in September, they creased the size of the paper to six pages. The highlight . . . .. 'df th th td't tfth t' of the year was a special eight-page Homecoming edition, game or C paper C Suppor an In cms O C Cn Ire which was widely acclaimed by the old grads. Campus' , A l Jlyl Jfl Combined staffs "put Collegian to bed" at the printshop. 102 CLIFTON LONG WALTER HOOVER Edilor-in-rhz'qf Editor-z'11-rh1'fjf Fall Term V Spring Term Staff members included such valuable writers as Walter Hoover, author of 'GOur Weekng Paul Duke, veteran sports reporter, who was sports department editor, and Peggy Hawthorne, Westhampton College editor, who was largely responsible for the increase in interest at West- hampton. Credit for the publication of the enlarged weekly issues goes to Sylvia Haimovit, Business Manager, is me A ,ar SYLVIA HAIMOVIT H 11,t1'11fs,t fllanager PEGGY HAW'l'HORNE llvf,Yfl1l1IIIf7fUII Editor and her staff, who obtained the volume of advertising necessary. The faculty and administration have praised The Cul- legian as 'cgood by professional standards." Friday noon now finds a crowd waiting outside the Playhouse ofhce when "the ragl, comes in hot off the presses. The days of extra copies are over, The C'oHeg1'an is in demand. Business Staff-Seated, IQ? io right: MIMI ANDERSON, SARA FRANCES XIOUNG, SYLVIA HAINIOVIT, WILMA LUM. Sffanding: SARAH BISHOP, WILLARD KORB, IRENE BARBOUR, CYNTHIA PATRICK. 103 Q JOHN FEILD BATTE, JR. MARY EDMONIA Cox Edliflli'-IIII-ffllifff lirslharnpton College Editor he Proofs . . . glossy prints . . . senior write-ups . . . organi- zation pictures . . . snapshots . . . division pages . . . ads . . . covers . . . club write-ups . . . layouts . . . photograph- erskenough to drive an editor mad! Yet somehow the staff has managed to put it all together to publish the Web. Last fall one might have found us at any time in the oflice in the playhouse with our heads together, plan- ning the book. How many colors might we have? How many ads would we need? What should we use as a theme? When was the photographer coming? What kind of art work should we use? Wlork really got under way in Qctober when Paul Gendler, from the Merin Studios in Philadelphia, arrived HERMAN VASSAL FLEMING, JR. -IOSEPHINE ELIZABETH HOOVER Buriners Ilflanager Hrrthamplon College Bzlriness Manager 'Web on a Monday morning to take individual photographs. Later in the year group pictures were taken. Meanwhile, the business staff was hard at work soliciting ads, in order that we might, if possible, bring you a bigger and better annual. We have tried to portray to the best of our ability the highlights of the year 1946-47 by words and pictures. Here are the people you have known, those with whom you have worked and played-your close friends, your roommates, your fraternity brothers, your class leaders, your professors. Here are the clubs and honorary organi- zations to which you belongedg the parties and dances you attended, the Prom, Mid-winters, the Song Contest, Edz't0rz'al Staff!Front row, lqfl to rzghl: DoTT1E HUGHES, MARY Cox, JERRY LEON, JOHN BATTE. Serena' row: ARLINE MCJORE, GLENN ALLEN, PEGGY STONE, JACK STALLINGS, IDA EANES, MARILYN ALEXANDER, PAUL DUKE, PERCY GATES. Absentfrom fiI.L'lll7'6.' JoE JAMES and ED HOLLADAY, Snapshot Editors. 104 145' li' : , gt I x. A f f fm- tg" ff . .,....f... K CALDWELL BUTLER DOROTHX' HLTGHES THOMAS WHITE, JR. Rlehmond College Edzilor Lllerary Editor Assoeiale Edilor RICHARD LEWIS CRAVVFORD, -IR. FRANCES Sc:O'I'T ORRELL LAWRENCE MORTON YOEEY Plzologralblry Edilor Co- lfeyllzrzrrzlbforz College Art Edllor May Day. Here are the football, basketball, and hockey teams for which you cheered. Here is the University itself-the chapel, Keller Hall, the Science buildings, the lake, the new dorm. We hope that when you look through our book you will recall happy and even Sad occasions, and Shed a tear or two in remembering. In the future, Open the book Occasionally and renew old acquaintances and revisit old familiar spots on the campus. A new feature of the book is the recognition ofthe mas- culine pulchritude on the campus, "Mr. Richmond Col- legeu being chosen along with the Web Beauty by a panel Of professional artists. The world is On the cover of the Web, and throughout the book there are world figures. No matter what we thought of using as a theme, we always came back to One World, a world of peace, unity, and good citizenship. Bzzszrzess Afllllflgfl' For we realized that, consciously or unconsciously, we are all working towards One World. We discovered that the organizations on the campus were working, in various ways, towards promoting world citizenship and better re- lations among nations. Thus we have endeavored to portray something of that spirit in our pages as we have seen It In action. We admit that it has sometimes been a struggle to get write-ups in, pictures taken, and everything down to the printer'S On time. Wle have Spent more than one evening working late. Nevertheless, we have enjoyed compiling the Web, and we wish to thank the Baughman Printing Company for their personal interest and cooperation. Now the book is yours. Look at it and read it. We hope you like it! Business Siaff-Front row, left io rz'glzz': FRANCES QRRELL, JCSEPHINE HOOVER, HERMAN FLEMING, MIR., FRANK DICKINSON. Second row: MARVIN BAYLES, EARL DICKINSON, JIMMY ROBINSON, MX'RON YAGEL, CECIL DUNCAN, BILL THORNTON. 105 Lefi fo rz,ghl: HANNAH BARLOVV, PAT VELENOVSKY, Associate Richmond College Editor, VERDA SLETTEN, FRANK WENT- ZEL, LAXKVINIA X'VATsoN, AL SALEEEY, Richmond College Editor, PEGGY HARRIS, Wfesthampton Editor, FLETCHER STIERS, Editor-in-chief, WILMA LUM, FELICITY MACDONALD. he Jleuengez Five times during the past year you were likely to find your friends with their noses buried in the Messenger, chuckling perhaps over William Bird, deeply engrossed in an editorial, or following the adventures of some hero or heroine of fiction. The Messenger, the oldest of the three student publications, affords any and all aspiring writers, whether their talents turn toward serious subjects, short stories, poems, or sheer nonsense, an opportunity to display those creative talents. Fletcher Stiers, Jr., was appointed editor-in-chief this year and was assisted by Peggy Harris, Westhampton College Editorg Albert Saleeby, Richmond College Editor, 106 and Frank Wentzel, Business hlanager. LaVinia Wfat- son, as Art Editor, dressed up the magazine with her cover sketches and inside illustrations. Verda Sletten held the post of Poetry Editor, contributing some very ine poems herself. Readers of the Messenger will remember outstanding articles and stories published this year, including the very clever 'cAnother Secret Diary of William Birdi' fthe story of a bird named William, decoded by Bill Garveyjg the lovely c'Moon Festivalf, by Elizabeth Hsu, and Wfhree Sundays" by Henry Traegle. A Sponsor: Mrs. Fletcher Stiers. nl QQ' 0? CG- 1? 35 00 4, . :jf 'c Front row, lfjfl to right: DONALD BALL, LOWELL ELLETT, HAROI,D SMITHSON, DR. SOLON B. COLTSINS, SATTLER ANDERSON, XVALTER BRADI Ev, JACK BULL, WILLIAM CHAPPELL. Sfmnd row: STUART lVIASSIE, PERCY CATI-Ls, KEN'F KIs'2R, LLOYD SMITH, ROBERT WOOD, LARRY SIQYLER, JOHN CAMPBELL, ALTBREX' ROSSER. Tf11'r1lr0w:JULlUs FANNEY, EARLE DUNFORD, EDVVARD CLARK, DICK HIiNSI.IiX', RL3BER'I' STONE, DICK WIIITEHEAD, LAXVSON PANKEY. oung en ,J Clwbiian afuociation The Young lX4en's Christian Association of Richmond College is an organization of all the students of Richmond College, whose purpose is to unit students to strengthen the spiritual life and influence of the collegeg to promote growth in Christian character and fellowship, and to en- courage clean and healthful recreation and good sports- Inanship among students. The general organization is headed by a Cabinet, which carries on the business of the Association, sets its policy and outlines the activity for the year. This year's Cabinet started its oPEIcial life with the election of its officers at a dinner meeting at the home of Dr. and lN4rs. Solon B. Cousins. Dr. Cousins is faculty adviser for the group. Officers elected were: Lawson Pankey, President: Edward Clark, Vice-President, Walter B. Hoover, Recording Sec- retaryg Kent Kiser, Corresponding Secretary, and Calvin Campbell, Treasurer. Percy Cates was later elected Treasurer when Campbell left school to accept a job. The first problem before the Cabinet was the renovation of the MYR building on the campus, which had just been released from service by the Navy V-12 Unit. This work is still in progress. So far the Cabinet has furnished the large lounge, which is to provide a recreation center for the whole student body, several meeting rooms, which are for the use of any organization on the campus, and living quarters for two students, whose duties as caretakers help defray their expenses. Several ping-pong tables in the lounge have proved welcomed additions. An orientation program for Summer School students was the first public project for the Council, which also sponsored vesper services in the Chapel during the entire summer and one vespter service a Inonth during the winter session. -joining the march toward better understanding among students of all nations the Cabinet conducted a drive on the campus for the Wforld Student Service Fund, which provided aid to needy students in war-torn lands. To facilitate easier communication between the students, the majority of whom live off the campus, the Cabinet posted a directory. This directory contained the name. home address, local address and telephone number of every student. Looking back over the year the Cabinet realized they had only made a beginning in the reconversion program, which must follow every war. But it sincerely hoped they had laid a sound foundation on which following Cabinets Inight build toward the expressed goal of the organization. I J I W l f-'f'-"" 'A 1' is ff From row. lofi to rzlglzi: LENA THORNTON, HONVIE BINGHAM, EMILY SMITH. Aliddlff row: MARGARET KNAPP, jo HOOVER, EIISIE lX"IINTER, TONI REID, President. Bork row: MARGARET SAEINE, DOTTIE FOSTER, MAJIE WINGFIELD, JOYCE ROBER- SON, ANNE BING. ..C. Twelve hundred dollars is a lot ol Inoney. Yet the needed that Inoney and needed it desperately. Their Wlorld Student Service Fund and the Y.YV.C.A. knew that colleges and universities were no longer standing. Their the students and professors of Europels war-torn countries hooks and equipment were destroyed. Undaunted, they DR. SUSAN B. LOIIGII Richmond, Virginia .SYIUILSUV MISS ANNE WOOD Richmond, Virginia Sponsor 108 Q 1. B' i , -7.1, .' E -. Q i ' V 'I' 512' 'TW-+--A c is. ..., zf' It 's..q12.A:" : ,- ' V" J' ,IS ' 4 fr'Xl,.:f.'M2-K X,'. N -I M343 ff ,Iv :L I' . rv , 3 mf- -. .Amr A .-SFA . , ,- .'f1,I,..f.A..-1 " Egg, sg., .,LfL5.sg'f,f, E wifi' 4 - 1 is V- A Ar I H MRS. MIRIAM RANKIN Richmond, Virginia Sponsor endeavored to continue their studies in spite of the lack of facilities. Miss Giovanni Rivet, a student of the Univer- sity of Rome, made us realize fully how devastated Euro- pean universities were when she spoke to us about her ex- periences. The World Student Fellowship Committee of the Y.VV.C.A. organized and promoted a W.S.S.F. drive on our campus. By ingenious projects like the "Lena the Hyenal' contest and Tower Room auctions of hard-to-get items, Westhaznpton girls successfully raised over twelve hundred dollars. The aim of the Y.VV.C.A. is to H11 the ever-growing needs of the students for an over-all religious organization on the campus, serving others as we grow ourselves. Wfe have sought through the Worship, Church Cooperative, and Bible Study committees to meet individual religious needsg through evening devotional services, to create a more personal interest in religion. Every one looks forward to the fall house-party at Roslyn, a time when girls get together in true fellowship. This MAKING SCRAPBOOKS FOR Runn- MATIC FEVER PATIENTS. V 4Qw"w...., year the week-end program included a Saturday evening discussion led by lX4iss Anne Wfood, sponsor, and a Sunday morning worship service, plus football games on the lawn, walks to Bosher's Dam, good food and relaxation. On Hallowe'en evening the Y.W'.C.A. again sponsored its traditional Hallowe'en supper. Spooky decorations, cos- tumes, and skits presented by the classes nlled the West- hampton dining room with real Hallowe'en atmosphere. For a Westhampton girl Christmas activities include buying and wrapping gifts for the girls of the Virginia Industrial School. When the boxes were delivered, a group of girls visited the school. Then in the spring the Industrial School girls visited and toured our campus and were entertained at a picnic. During the year, the Y.VV.C.A. has endeavored to grow within itself, to serve in its own orbit, and, by such proj- ects as the Wo1'lcl Student Service Fund drive, to stretch beyond a helping hand to those who with us will build world unity. TlN1li OIYT Foil FUN AT 'run llOSI.YN Hoiisx2PAR'rY. Q--vamp 1 N , may 5 4 ' Q 5. 4-' f .A 4' Y.,.. 109 PROFESSOR LLOYD PIERCE Debate Coarlt JM-1 abeba te Zeam M.ANI.EX' ClAI.DVVEI..I. BUTLER NEIL ROBERT CLINE The past year has climaxed one of the most active and successful debate seasons in the annals of the University! Under the tutorship of Professor Lloyd Pierce, Debate Coach, the University of Richmond Debate Team entered into five tournaments and approximately 75 debates. To date the Team has captured the two invitational tourna- ments it has entered and won 15 debates. The season was initiated at Natural Bridge, Virginia, when the Aflirmative Team of Neil Cline and Caldwell Butler, and the Negative Team of John Chamberlayne and Kermit McKenzie walked away with Tau Kappa Alpha honors. At this as in all other debates, the national intercollegiate debate question has been argued. This topic is, Resolved: That labor should be given a direct share in the management of industry. Again in March, the debators took Hrst honors in the University of Virginia Invitational Tourna- STANLEY NORMAN COHEN KERMIT EUBANK MOKENZIE ment, amassing a total of 75 points to 55 of their closest rival, Virginia. With Stanley Cohen, President of the Richmond College Forensic Council, acting as Moderator, debates in Richmond were inaugurated with Camp Lee. In the latter part of the season, the debate team partici- pated in three tournaments: William and Mary Invita- tional, Grand National at Mary Washington College, and final Tau Kappa Alpha at Natural Bridge. Baine Harris entered in various public speaking contests at the Grand National. In addition to these, the first pOSt-War debates were held with New York University, University of South Carolina, University of North Carolina, University of Florida, University of Indiana, Georgetown University, Swarthmore College, United States Military Academy, Bucknell, Western Reserve University, and Drew Uni- versity. 110 Choosing the theme 'fHow to Further Forensics Interest on the Campus" around which to center their activities, the Forensic Council began the fall semester by aiding the literary societies in increasing their membership and by facilitating the transformation of the Westhaiiipton Debate Council and the Richmond College Debate Team into a University Debate Team. Professor Pierce, newly ap- pointed debate team coach, was welcomed by the Forensic Council, which asked him to serve as advisor. ofzenaic ounci Spring 1947 was one of the most active seasons in fo- rensics history on the campus. The Forensic Council re- vised and ratified their Constitution, an unprecedented University oratorical contest took placeg the Council spon- sored Radio Forum activities, Intersociety debates, and Ladies' Night. A forensic banquet was attended as the Hnale to an active year, one which truly had seen the furtherance of forensic activities on the campus. STANLEY NORMAN CiOI-IEN SIMEON PIPKIN TAYLOR, III .liiiius HANSEI, FANNl'1Y,xIR. Fi,ETf1i-IER STIERS, -IR. LAVVRENCE CHRISTIAN KIENSI-IN, AIR. FRANK LAwsoN PANKEY time STRAUGHAN LowE GETTIER -IAMES QIOSEPH GREENE MAR'FIN LUTHER SHOTZRERGRR WAi.'I'ER LEE BRADLEY OMER RUssEi.1. LANG MORRIS EDWARD CATIIER, -IR. 111 Front row, left lo riglzf: SALLY HAX'ES, JANET RICHARDS, BETTY HARDIN, ANNABELLE KIDD, CLAUDIA DORNON, SETH DARROW, President, JOHN HOWERTON, HOWIE BINGHAM, MILLICENT HUT'CHERSON, VIRGINIA HERNDON, HANNAH BARLOW, BARBARA FREED, LIOSEPHINE MARTENS, WILMA LUM. Mz'dd!e row: STELLA DALTON, SHIRLEY DAVIS, MILDRED DAFFRON, FRANCES CHANDLER, BETTY HENCEVELD, KAY MALIJORY, LOIS RYNALDO, ,IANICE CONANT, PRISCILLA ENSLIN, LENA THORNTON. Bark row: HELEN PORTER, BILLY SLOOPE, WALTER BARCER, MANSFIELD SNYDER, BAINE HARRIS, EDXVARD CLARK, JULIUS FANNEY, WILLIAM BARNETT, BEN MELVIN, ED. GATLINC, JOHN BATTE, NANCY RICHARDSON. he niveuiiy Clzoifz Christmas at the University of Richmond would not be complete without the presentation of Handel's The Messz'ah in Cannon Memorial Chapel by the University Choir. How much a part of our lives is religious music, and how well we realize that when we listen to the choir sing a favorite anthem. The choir plays an important role in college life by participating in various special programs and by providing music for weekly vesper programs and University convocations. In the fall the choir, which is under the direction of 112 Hilton Rufty, sang for the Community Chest Drive in Richmond and for President Modlin,s inauguration on November 16, an occasion long to be remembered. Then, as a part of the traditional Christmas activities on campus, the choir presented excerpts from The Messz'ah. Because it participates in community affairs,,singing the music of the world, the University Choir promotes a spirit of Christianity so vital in a world striving for peace and unity. ' . , .,.,,. .q.'- -..DL ...,- ...,. ...,. ...,,:2:..'. -Q.,- lIg,3?2g,3ZlZg,gI3Zg.lZg33ZlZggig23IlZg. 423313353 t. :gl 9:55 03:5 l:z:l 92:5 ls!!! lzzti l:t:l 03: pgs O35 list! lm! D31 D35 ix! Digi lm! D+! Fc nfs: nfzfs n:!:s nga pigs pigs :film 42:1 nga .04 'ii' 'izl' 'Isla :5z3::1z3::1z2: 511: 55: :isis :Sz I 1 Y I D lg!,25:353212,C3213,25212,Z32:2.C:3':3,Ct3t3,Ctl:!.Ctlt2.Ctl ,.sts3e1s3?oS'1?Aw .h VM- out ' " A is -:tu- -F Q 'V 5 5' V1.4 fi M ff: 13534 K "E A 1I'fm3?5-iJV",:'l'XL' Elf! ' . . msg 't M.. First row, left to right: BERNARD SMITH, JAMES HUBBARD, JoHN BATTE, I-lARoLD SMITHSON, EDXNARD CLARKE, JUIIN HOW'ERTON, WILLIAM GRESHAM, BILLY SLOOP, EDGAR Fox, MANSFIELD SNYDER. SFtl0III1,I'0Zi'.' XVALTER BARBER, .ARNOI D FLESHOOD, BEN MELVIN, JULIUS FANNEY, JOHN PERKINS, XVAIITER PEARSON, WILLIAM B.-XRNETT, BAINE HARRIS, EDWARD G.ATI.ING, PAT X'ELENOVSKY. Qfee The Glee Club owes its survival and success this year to the original spirit of willingness and determination to carry on in the usual tradition of the choral clubs. Al- though having to labor under many and varied handicaps, the Glee Club managed to live up to its reputation. In the fall, lklr. Hilton Rufty, new head of the Univer- sity of Richmond Music Department, was named director. An activating influence, his Fine musicianship and amiable personality have done Inuch to stimulate the interest of the members. Wforking with Mr. Rufty have been-Johnny Howerton, presidentg Bill Gresham, vice-president: Ed Clark, business manager, HSkip,' Fanney, secretary- treasurer, and Harold Smithson, librarian. Club All during the singing Season, the Glee Club enthusiastic- ally accepted invitations to give concerts at various girls' colleges in the state. To top the calendar ol' events the club was honored by being invited to combine with the hlary Washington Glee Club in presenting their annual Christmas program. With big plans in the making for next year, the Coming of Spring and ideal outdoor weather brought the renewal of the Glee Club campus concert in the Greek Theatre, and Inade this the formal conclusion ofthe Club's activities on the campus this year. 113 'mia' 'ah' 'da' 'vin' 'vo' 'fl' 'Ca' 'sic' 'va' Ta' izv size size sir :fic U31 :ia 95:0 :xr mia nj 'I' '3' 'F' 'f' 4' 4' 4' 4' 'F 4' 'n J' 'Q 0' 'A In' 'Q 1' 'Q n' 'A 4' 'A n' 'Q a' 'c 1' 'Q o' K',,:I3I1,:1315,:f1'gt:I'Z:3:I3I-jgI32ggI3Zg,3I3ZgI3Zg,35 gn nfs: pfzfs nfs: nga :fps nga :firm pfsfq :file nf, :1sf::5i1: 513: 615: :Qs 511: 542: 55: :isis :iris 523.5235.3225tit:3!i!:,5IlZ3.:5!:.5ZfZ3.5!3Z332313323 Front row, fgft in right: lX4ILDRED DAFFRON, ELLEN LARGENT, LESLIE WHITMAN, CLARICE RYLAND, FRANCES STUART, -IEAN BRUMSEY, GINNA HERNDON, HANNAH BARLOVV, JANET RICHARDS, IDA SMITH, MILI.ICENT HUTCHERSON, CLAIRE NOREN. Middle row: ANN PULSFORD, SHIRLEY DAVIS, ALICE LACHMAN, JULIE XNAHN, KATHRYN CARTER, BROOKE 'llRIPI.E'I"I', STELLA DAI,TON, FRANCES CHANDLER, LOIS RYNALDO, MARGARET AREY, VIRGINIA lVIULI,INS. Back row: PECCY CAMPBELL, WINIFRED SCHANEN, CHARLOTTE XNESTERVELT, KAY MALLORY, MARTY ARNOLD, BARBARA COVINCTON, SUE HUFF, LOUISE HICKERSON, HELEN PORTER, EMILY MINTZ, DORIS MOORE. iufeailzampion glee Club Among the various Sounds issuing forth from Keller Hall during the past year could be distinguished the voices oi' the girls Ol' the VVesthampton Glee Club, practicing per- haps for a chapel program or for a pep rallygor perhaps just singing for the sheer joy of it. They were fortunate this year in having such a talented and amiable director as Miss Thelma Cook. Under her guidance, the Glee Club members developed a deeper appreciation of music, singing songs loved and sung all over the world. Assisting Miss Cook was Miss Mayme 0'Flaherty, accompanist. Membership was larger than it has been for Several years, and by taking part in campus activities, the Glee Club maintained its popularity. In December it pre- sented a beautiful program of Christmas Inusic at the University convocations, including the perennial favorite O Holy Night and the lively Cf1fZ'.YlUIdS Bells.. A similar program was given at Easter time. A year of singing was climaxed by the annual spring concert presented at West- hampton. 114 u Sigma 0 "How to Grow Hair on a Billiard Ball" may not sound like such an intellectual subject, but the fact that a mem- ber of Mu Sigma Rho talked on the matter proves that while the literary society is seriously concerned with train- ing in reading, declamation, public speaking, debating, and writing, meetings can be enter taining as well as edu- Cational. Led by Jack Bull and Sim Taylor, first and second se- mester presidents, respectively, the Society has successfully recovered from the chaotic effects of the war. Its mem- iiefzwzy Society bers, including many veterans, are especially interested in literary, scientific, and Oratorical studies. Concerned with all phases of life, Mu Sigma Rho was particularly active in its programs and discussions on the achievement of world unity. KfVith the advantages of world travel and knowledge. which many of us did not possess before the war, we face the future realizing that such a dream of One lflfnrlrl is entirely within the realm of possibility. First row, lfff to right: SATTLER ANDERSON, BERNARD SMITH, JOHN BATTE, SHERMAN SosNOw, FRANK l3ICIKINSUN, -JACK BULL, Serond row: HAROLD SMITI-ISON, W11,1,1.AM HLTTCHINSON, JOHN S'l'AI,I,INGS, l'lUGII AD.AX1R, JAMEs BANKS, ROETQRT STONE, MANSFIEI,D SNYDER. YSIIIQVCII row: SIM TAYLOR, PAT VE1,ENOvsKY, JACK GREENE, VV.-XI.I..-XCIE GORDON. Jl'I.ll'S FANNEY. 33, 4. -,A ,? M 5' , 5 7' ,' V' www Q9 1 ' ya ,JDK-i QQ ,nw -ais- '-..-3 ,,,,, 'E 'NA ?t?ZTS,t . V M. mi ., 45 ,gli ? ,4-nn. -i-.ni lrliltf rnzv, lfjfl In fligflff DR. ROH- 1-.Ri I". SM.-XR'l', illIllwUDURl-L liA'l'f, M-xt: XVIII I.-NMS, L.-xwki-:Nm-2 -IRN- sicN, President, IRVIN RoB1NsoN. .Si-writ! mzr: NV111.1.-xm Rlc:uMoND, K1-iRM1'i' lXi.AtZKl'1NZll41, HUGH RM:- LAND, IRVIN TDAXVSON, Mi11,vlN lXf.xxEx'. 'I llim' mul: RIiII'i.ARD Asimv, Rox' XfVx'A'1"1', B.-NINE HAR- Ris, HtJXN'.-XRD SU'l"l'ON, L.-xwsoN P.xNKm'. . C Mitchell "The moral leadership of the world is in the hands of the United States." These words of Dr. Gregory's have struck home to members of the S. C. Mitchell Literary Society. Desiring to contribute their share to the moral regeneration of the world in the wake of the war, they have maintained the Societyis tradition of leadership and good citizenship throughout the past year. By offering to the student opportunities for declamation and debate. the organization has encouraged the growth of individual endeavor on the campus: the intellectual courage and dis- crimination so highly emphasized by Dr. S. C. Mitchell, ealey The WVesley Foundation, a branch of the nationwide lkfethodist Student Movement, was organized at the Uni- versity of Richmond in January of this year. This organi- zation, although new, has become an active force toward the furtherance of religious expression on the campus. stun l O0 X I 'UQ ifeuuy ociefy for whom the Society was named, served as goals for each speaker who addressed the Society. Programs of the past year have been characterized by both a national and an international tone. National issues discussed included the many problems of readjust- ment and the 1946 elections. The Society, however, looked beyond its own horizons and placed special em- phasis upon a broader understanding of the questions con- fronting the world today, in order that ultimate moral regeneration of the world may become a reality. ounafa lion Its purpose is to acquaint the student with the joy and inspiration derived by those who take part in Christian work, irrespective of different lines of study and future work. Organized primarily as a guide for Methodist Students, everyone is invited to participate. Qi Lefl in riglzz: IRv1N RUDOLPH JACKSON, Chairman, MARYLOU RHODES MASSIE, Publicity Chairman, HOWARD WHITE MOORE, Community Service Chairmang IDA Ross EANEs, Social Commission Chairman. 116 JACKSON, ZANE GREY, .IAMICS If you come upon two Richmond College men hunched over a board, emitting now and then only a mutter or two, do not become alarmed. They are members of the Chess Club, organized in the summer of 1946 by a group of ardent "woodshifters." Receiving the unanimous ap- proval of the faculty, they formed the club with the primary aim of promoting interest in chess and providing an or- ganization for chessplay of the faculty and students. In addition' to over-the-board play, the club offered during weekly meetings instruction in various phases of the game, emphasizing the fundamentals of opening theory, analysis of major defenses, end-game procedure, it The Philologian Literary Society, in seeking to bring the attention of its members to current world problems, has endeavored to center the theme of its program around events in the world of today, especially those which will lead us in closer harmony with the other nations of the world. Discussions also revolve around the needs on our own campus and the ways in which we might improve present conditions. In its more informal moments the society turns to topics of a humorous nature. The pL1I'- poses ofthe society, founded in 1856, are to foster forensic activities on the campus, to train a man to speak before fhilologian iteuuy ocieiy First I'0Zi', left to riglzl: IRVIN ROBINSON, WALTER BRADLEY, President, MORRIS CATHER, KENT' KISER, DICK HENSLEX'. Semnfl row: LowELL ELLETT, HIENRW' SOUTHERLAND, RUSSELL LANG, WARREN RLTSSELI., Coma Roc:K, EDWARD CLARKE, WALTER BAR- GER, Osc:AR EMERICK, VVILLIAM CHAPPELL. Chew Club l'lI.l'.1f row. lrfl In rilglzl: VVIIIIAM CQRESHAM -IAc:K CiIlAPPIAl I , KIAQR- MIT lVIAfIliIiN7Ili, S'1'RAtvonN GET- TIER, .IAMES RomNsoN. Sffffllli razv: -IAMICS HUBBARD, HI'1NSl.l31X' VVOODBRIDGIC, AIACK MALLDRY, .IUHN S'I'Al.l.INGS, PnaRr:1-1 LUMP- RIN. 'I lzml mzzu' PRoHissoR Run- NliY M. BAlNl'L, .IAMICS HARRLIL- soN, Cigtzll. IJUNQZAN. and chess notation. lN1embers benefitted from the wide experience and keen playing ability of Professor Baine, faculty adviser. Among the club's activities this past year were student- faculty matches and the contest with the University of Virginia, the first intercollegiate chess match held between Virginia schools. In the series of contests with the fac- ulty, the students were victorious in the first encounter. but lost two subsequent matches. Regardless of the out- come, both teams concluded that such contests were benc- ficial and enjoyable and should become regular events. ikiir others, and to help him learn to think non his feet." This year the society has been progressing very well under the guidance of Morris Cather, President, and Kent Kiser, Vice-President. Bill VVinn has been most eflicient as Secretary while Tom Caulkins has held the finances of the society dear to his heart. Russell Lang has been serv- ing the society in the capacity of Representative to the Forensic Council. Philologian, reorganized in February of 1946, has added new members and is making great strides forward until it has at last reached its pre-war standard. 5034- -' QQ' 199- 19. .. is Sgjaaf we .. if ' si-1. Mit- FL. .Q W mx- - ,4.,.- 4 85-1-iiiuf ., - .fm-wg . . J' '11 5 '9 iiixwrhu ATF!!! -v ffl 5-W, twiki' ,Z..".., iq .- -fitullv -1 'iw X ,lb QC' 'Ola .Lx A 2 ,-Q . A -A NP w4.u.a. E :,:5:"'- 65 46 99 ...fa l 'wi W KH ,... L., ' ,:. . , ,sz 1 WW .. , 5' ' 'E ' ' A .aa Q.. ,Q Q 25" . E Q11 ll 'ze 'W O naw A T mmu and mme: sf' ,f a ' 'mar-M92 ' ,if f ,, f f ,W ' a n ,. 4-A ' -.w,,.,.,...L,-,-,, I , ,A J 1 First row, lfjff to right: NAN JOHNSON, RUTH PARKS, ELSIE KEYSER, FRANCES STUART, ANN BRUNER, KATHRYN CARTER, ANN PULSFORD. Serena' row: ANN WILSON, WALTER BRADLEY, MELVIN MAXEY, OSCAR EMERICK, ROY RAKES. Tlzira' row: BAINE H,ARRIS, COLIE ROCK, IRVIN JACKSON, LOWELL ELLETT ROBERT WOOD. Fourth row: LEE GAHEGAN HUGH 7 7 RAGLAND, LAWSON PANKEY. Cilniafian ofunieei aluociafion lVe can never hope to realize the dream of One World without the help of missionaries. Actively connected with the National Student Volunteer Movement, the Christian Volunteer Association assists the various mission boards in establishing contact with mission volunteers. Several members of the group have volunteered for foreign mis- sions, two for home missions. Others are interested in religious education student work and in teaching Bible. The purpose of the Association is to unite students of X'Vesthampton and Richmond Colleges who are planning to enter religious work as a career. By presenting Speak- ers from various fields of religious work, the organization helps members to understand more clearly the World Mission of Christianity and helps them find the place in which they may render the best service. C The highlight of the year's activities of the Christian Volunteer Association was a Mission Focus Week. The group also cooperated with the other religious organiza- tions in sponsoring weekly vesper services. All members participated in mission work in the city by teaching Sunday School, speaking on missions, and working with the Mis- sions and Goodwill Centers of Richmond. Through their various activities, the Christian Volunteers are working towards their goal of building 'COM World while we serve as we studyf' 118 ,15 IW A piano and a stack of sheet music may be said to char- acterize the Ionian lN1usic Club. The members of the club. University students taking applied music courses, vocal and instrumental, are seriously interested in deepen- ing their appreciation of music. During the past year the club programs and chapel recitals developed musical talent and audience poise in the student performers. Radio broadcasts broadened the field of activity and offered he Math club 'We are living in a scientific age, one in which Inathe- matics plays an immeasurable role. lt is the primary aim of the lwlath Club, organized at the University in 1945, to increase interest in higher mathematics and to cultivate an appreciation for its application in related fields. An honorary society, it recognizes scholastic achievement by accepting as members all students of mathematics who have shown outstanding interest in and aptitude for the subject. The club sponsors occasional social functions in an effort to develop more balanced personalities and to encourage Inore intimate relations among its members. This year the immediate objective has been afliliation with the American Mathematical Society, in order to increase the value of membership as a professional asset. First row, lgfl lu rzfglzl: JUDY BARNI5'I'T, EMILY DIE'l'RICK, CECIL DUN- CAN, VIRGINIA ELLETT. Semnrl row: ANN FOSTER, ALICE GOODMAN, EMILY HOLLAND, ANTHONY LANGFORD. Third row: IRVING JACKSON, RICHARD NASII, WILLIAM PULLY, JACK STALLINGS. Fourth row: SIM TAYLOR, JAMES WILEY, GoRDoN WILLIAMS, MARX' JANE WINGFIELD. Fjllz row: JAMES WoRsHAM. 11 :.w,...-.,.,........- on ian 9 .!l'tuJiC Smlrffl on flnrn, lrjf! In Ilixlfllff IDA SMI I'll, LoUIsI2 I-l1t:KIcRsoN, JANIc:I-1 BRAN- DIfNBURG, MARY .IANIC SPIVIAQ GIN- NA HERNIJKJN, DORIS BI-,RMANN, BL'I'I-IWIIBURN,BI-QRNI5It:I-3llI'oI1s'IroN, IJORIS Mt"Jf,DRl'l. lliIIf'f'fIIl4QI JIIIIIA, WAI-IN, SHlRl,IuY IDAVIS. .Sm1rf1' nl fzirznn: EI.l7ABI'1'I'H KoI,'I'UKIAN, Pres- ident. -S'ff17lHlliIlIQ.' SUSAN DIt:K1NsoN, FRANK WLNDT, ANN l'UI.sI-oRn, BRooKL TlRlPl.li'I"l, SUfANNI-1 Lov- IQRN, IRVIN JAczKsoN, I"R.fXNtII'.S CI-IANDLLLR, SIIALI I.A IJAITUN, C11-.t:II. DITNLIAN, lVIlI.IltIl-1N'l' HIi'Ir:Hr1RsoN, EDVVARD QiA'l'l,lNCi, JoIIN BA'I'I'I.. valuable experience to participants. The club this year was under the leadership of Elizabeth Koltukian, presi- dent, and lNlrs. Frank Wendt, adviser. Various concerts presented by the Inusic department truly helped to promote a fuller appreciation of music, the international language that can be understood by every man, no matter what tongue he speaks nor where he lives. "W I Tv- K lx . iii? , 'N- 9 'QB - 5, . Q Q- , I ii gl, X -1 'tt' ' I 'H' :I is We 'tt -' Y is - I 'F' 'vtF',f', 'lt lr it 5 7' f' A' 'iffy f . Q . sa ' A 1' , H A' I 1 .,,:h I ,Q Q ,,,.W,, K all gg R QQQE A X. vv.,, l N A J gluh 1"z'rII mar, Iqfl In rzfglzf: WALLACE SHIELDS, OSCAR EMMERICK, LAWSON PANKEY, LOWELL ELLETT, DR. SOLON B. COUSINS, HUGH RAGLAND, LLOYD SMITH, JOHN HARVEY, BERYL LUKAS Sfsonfl row: LEROY NEWTON, WILLIAM HALES, JUNIUS FOSTER, LLEWEI.LYN MCGEE, GRAHAM LESTER, WILLIAM BUTLER. Third row: IRVIN JACKSON, ROY WYATT, JAMES HARVEX', COLIE ROCK, HENRH' SOUTHERLAND, JAMES HUBBARD, lVlORRIS CIAMPBELL, ZANE GREY. Fourth row: MAC WILLIAMS, NOLAND TURNER, ERNEST HARRIS, PARKER I-IOOPER, MORRIS CATHER, WALTON Cl0NNEI,I.Y, RICPIARD ASHEY, EDWARD CI,ARKE, WILEUR SHAFFEAR. Fifth row: IRVIN DAWSON, STRAUGHN GETTIER, WALTER BARGER, KENT IQISER, RUSSELL ClHERRY, VVvII.I..IAM CHAPPELL, DICK HENSLEY. Sixlh row: JOHN ELLETT, MELVIN MAXEY, ROBERT WOOD, WARREN RUSSELL, WILLIAM CORDER, BAYNE HARRIS, ROY RAKES, WILLIAM WINN, LAWRENCE SEYLER. he iniafefzial a4JAocia iion For the patients of the Virginia Home for Incurables. Friday afternoon iS probably the brightest spot in the week. It is then that the lN1inisterial Association, with the help of the Young lX4en's Christian Association, the Baptist Student Union, and the Christian Volunteer Association, holds its services. Under the leadership of Jack Brizen- dine, vice-president, a variety of helpful programs have been presented there this year, including speakers, song services, and a Hlm on the life of Dr. George W. Truett. By such services, and by sponsoring vesper programs each month, the association has tried to maintain a spirit of cooperation. Bi-monthly programs of an educational and wholesome nature have helped to uunit the ministerial students in a closer relationship of brotherly love and to lead in encour- aging the Inaintenance ofa high moral standard on the campus." Among the many inspiring speakers heard were Dr. Louie Newton, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, Dr. T. B. Maston from Southwestern Semi- nary, and Dr. Poteat from Colgate-Rochester. Cooperating with the American Bible Society, the As- sociation distributed leaflets for daily Bible reading. Tours were made ofthe Baptist Building and the Foreign Mission Board in Richmond. The Ministerial students had an unusual opportunity to interview prisoners at the peni- tentiary. On the social side, the association held a party at Byrd Park, and took part in the All-Campus party given by the Baptist Student Union. Cn the last Sunday in April, the ministerial students filled the puplits of the neighboring churches. The association has been blessed by the continued help and wisdom imparted by Dr. Solon B. Cousins and Jack R. Noffsinger, Director of Religious Activities. The lives of all the members have been broadened and deepened by the activities of the year, one in which the rifles of war were replaced by "the sword of the spirit." 120 Front row, lfjft to rzghf: BERNARD HLTLCIIJER, ANGEL PORTELA, ANDREW lNTAsON, FATHER MCCI,LlNN, LOUIS lVlII,I.ER, NICK DIMENTI, RAYMOND SLAUGIITER, DAN CRISIOLA. Serona' row, iff! In right: WILLIAM ROVVAN, LOU CIoI.A, kIOsEPI-I ARCARO, LOUI LOMBARDO, AGEY lN4IiONI, ClHARI,ES CARAVATI, LOUIS SUFFREDINI, WILLIAM LUMPKIN. Tlzfrrl row, fffl In nlglzf: ROBERT' VFHALMAN, BILL LONG, ART RIDELI., GEORGE IQRANITZKY, BERNARD DANDRIDGE, tIAMEs BOEHLING, AL RIN.AI,DI. 6 ewhlan The pathway to acquaintance and association with those of one's own faith is often difficult in the complex society of campus life. Dr. Timothy L. Harrington, rec- ognizing this need, established the hrst Newman Club at the University of Pennsylvania in 1893. It has so suc- cessfully served the purpose of developing an organization through which Catholic students can share their mutual culture and fellowship, strengthening and fortifying their own spiritual ideals, that it has spread to virtually every large university or college in the United States, Canada, and the Orient. The ideals of the Newman Club are those of its patron, ,Iohn Cardinal Newman, namely: love of truth, honesty, hatred of duplicity and coarseness, re- finement of manner, gentlcness, and manliness. The first Newman Club was established at the Univer- sity of Richmond in 1941 by the Rev. Dr. Francis Blakely of the Sacred Heart Cathedral. Suffering a loss of mem- bership during the war, as did other campus organizations, it has once Inore assumed leadership among the Catholic students at this institution, under its capable President, Louis lN4iller. I 121 fm-..,X s. fa - uplift! HEs'rER WALTON CONNELLY, JR. Prrs fdmzf Last fall the first All-Campus Party ever to be sponsored by a religious Organization on the campus was given by the Baptist Student Union at Keller Hall, and Ha good time was had by all." This party was only one of the be- ginnings Inade by the B. S. U. during the past year. A new constitution was formulatedg a Greater Council, composed of selected students of the organization, was created and set in action. Lastly, the B. S. U. held youth revivals at Louisa Courthouse, Warrenton, Hopewell, and Roanoke, Virginia. Carrying on their regular activities. B. S. U. members attended the South-wide Retreat at Ridgecrest, North Carolina, in June, 1946, and the pre-school retreat at XVesthamptOn. Early in the year, university students Student nion were urged to join the church. In early November, a local delegation of thirty students chartered a bus to at- tend the 'State B.S.U. Convention in Bristol, Tennessee- Virginia, where a Richmond College student was elected State President of the B. S. U. During Religious Empha- sis Week in February, the B. S. U. assisted in visitation. They spent a week-end at Roslyn and attended a Spring Retreat held at the Orchid Avenue Baptist Church in Newport News during the last week in April. The connecting link between the local churches and the students, the Baptist Student Union through its various activities helps to build a spirit of Christian faith and fellowship, so vital in the unified world we are striving to build. .aw VHN. l 5 I I L E lfimz row, Iqfl to rzlglzf: HOwIE BROCK BINOHAM, EDWARD THOMAS CLARK, JR., ALICE CARMINE CLAY, WILLIAM L. CORDER, SHIRLEY JANE DAVIS. Second row: VIRGINIA LEE GRAEEEL, VIRGINIA MASON HERNDON, MILLICENT CLAIRE HUTCHERSON, KENT LEE KISER, ROY BLANTON WYATT, JR. 122 Bapiiai Siucleni union .KJ We E- ""' 'ww' Summer AI11lJlllOI17ffTlJiIlf1' to B.S.U. Soulli-wide Retreat Riclffecrcsl. 5 5 3 15 Going into five o'clock prayer service. Wfarming up for Roanoke's Youth Revival-ilack Greene. We went to Louisa in Z1I1Yll1iIlg+.AYC. Bill? Learning choruses before prayer meeting. hfiansfield Snyder and Bob Ross practicing to help the audience sing. e 123 'fw- niuewify flageu The curtain rose on a scene laid in a British field hospital. The play was The Hasty llmrl, the first performance ofthe 1946-47 theater season, presented hy the University Players under the direction of Alton XVilliams. Doris Vickers was most convincing as the nurse, while Shelley Harrell played a very effective Scotsman, complete with kilts and hagpipc. The Hmti' Henri, a play pleading for world unity, is the voice of the theater, which expresses the feeling, emotions, and ideals of the people the world over. The second offering was The ,Hale Animal, a satirical comedy on American college life and "ve ole spirit," capahly directed by Wlilliam Mane1', a new faculty member. Prof. XVilliam's home was the scene of the winter and spring initiations. There, after a delicious feast of the professor's one and only "Dago's Delight," President Sim Taylor welcomed the new members into the Players' ranks. Also, Shelton Belsches, an old Player, received his "welcome home". Spring was ushered in with the hilarious UBar-Nothing" Revue, in which all Univer- sity students were invited to participate. Somerset Matighniis f'Home and Beauty" was the first three-act of the spring semester. Four one-acts, directed by four of the Players themselves, followed this. The delightful "Joan of Lorraine," by Maxwell Anderson. was the last offering of the season. The University Players have contributed much to the entertainment and cultural life of the campus. By working together to promote art, they have shown that spirit of cooperation which is so vital in learning to live and work together in harmonious u111tV. JXIBERT SAI.l-lliBY XVILLIAM VVARREZN IIACR GREENE f S: M ff AN, Z DCIRIAN TRAVERS f l i' ALI.AN FLANNAGAN SETH DARROW XXIVIAN BoR'roN DoRIs XJICZKICRS 'IANIIC CoPENuAvER BARBARA Rock EDVVARD I-Io1.1.ADAv MURRAY HERMELIN 124 , ff .. iwfx J fa 1 , 4 if Amer Y 'QY1 . tgp! ' . fa l . yt . Igg- it wmAN!'5SY1 fr Top, lqfl to 7'Z-gflff "Whirling joe" irritates the "Dean." Freedom of the Press is trampled upon. "The lN4ale Animal" gets a kiss from his mate. Second row: Reunion. The University Players before Curtain time. The Big Fight. 'Y'l11ir'rlr'ozv.' "The lNIan W'ho Came To Dinnerm and friends GJ. Kilts, bagpipe, et al. Boltom row: Friendly UD Conversation. The lovers of "The Hasty Heart". All's well that ends well in "The Male Animal." The psychologists of tomorrow, now students at the University of Richmond, may gain practical experience by becoming members ofthe Psychology Club. Organized in 1944 for psychology majors and minors, the club offers an opportunity for practical application of classroom knowledge and First-hand information of psychopathical situations and conditions in society. Students are guided to the opportunities open to them in the Held of psychology. 6 p.4yCll0l0gy Club Sealed, fffl lo righl: BETTY BROWN, President, JEAN WALDROP, ANN WILEY, Miss GLORIA LANDSMAN, Sponsor. Standing: BETSY SLATE, MARGARET GOODE. Programs have been entertaining and benehcial, particu- larly talks by speakers from varied fields of psychological work. Students are eligible for membership when they have completed twelve hours of psychology with a HB" average. Initiation took place in the spring, followed by a party at the home of Dr. Carver. e aclio Quik! The University of Richmond Radio Guild has a place for persons of various talents, whether they are interested in announcing, script writing, dramatics, or radio tech- nique. Gathering cohorts from every class and course, the Guild has formed a smooth-working unit that offers worthwhile instruction and experience in the art of broad- casting and control work. Advancing steadily, the Guilders have expanded their scope during the past year, and boasted weekly broadcasts aired over a local station, broadcasts sometimes serious, sometimes light, sometimes musical, sometimes dramatic. These programs extended not only to listeners in Virginia, but also to those in Maryland and North Carolina. Having been discontinued during the war, the Radio Guild, under the direction of Professor Alton Williams and the guidance of Langley Wood, has been reestablished on the campus with renewed interest and vigour. Fran! row, Igft lo 7'Ii-Qflfi BARBARA FREED, ANNE BING, LORRAINE FEINBERG, JACKIE BER2, MIMI PIRHALENBERG, DENIsE PoL1'rv, XIIVIAN BoR'roN. rlljddlf row: MARII..X'N ALEXANDER, Joie JOHN- SON, RUsTY WARREN, SETH DAR- Row, FELICITY MACDONAI-D. Bark row: JACK SHEA, FRED UZZLE, ANDX' OBERG, NELSON WEBER, RAY DEITRICI-1. Absent from lil-l'fIll'F.' LANGLILY WOOD, President. i1ni-nzau...... ..- - ' s ...dur -.-.N . -sa . . .. nas. .,... N., . . A- ...R -R M, First row, Ityfz to night: BARBARA JONES, LESLIE TVHITMAN, lX"lARY lN'1URDOCH, PEGGY l'lAW'THORNE, ELEANOR KERNS, DOT- TIE HUGHES, MARION HUSKE, BOBBY ROCK, SALLY VAN DYCK. Serond row: SETH IDARROXV, BARBARA COLEMAN, CHAR- LOTTE WHEELER, JOSEPHINE MARTENS, Izzv AMMERM.AN, JOYCE ROBERSON, AUDREY BRADFORD, RUBY PATTERSON. Third row: LUCIA MCCLINTOCK, WINIFRED SCHANEN, NANCY CURTIS, ALLEN RUCKER, lVlARY ANN PEDDICORD, SALLY SPRINGA, MIMI ANDERSON. Fourth row: RAY BAIRD, JOHN GOODE, BILLY GILL, EDXVIN GOODWIN. Fyfflz raw: JIMMYJETER. STUART BAIRD, REID SPENCER, DIMMOCK JENKINS, FRANK THOMPSON, DR. E. C. PEPLE, THE REv. R. HARP. e antefzbufzy HThe first meeting ofthe Canterbury Club will be held next Monday night in the Faculty Sitting Room. All Episcopal students are welcome." Happily a large num- ber of students turned out for the organizational meeting of one of the youngest clubs on the campus. Temporary officers were elected, and two weeks later a constitution was drawn up. Dr. Edward Peple and the Rev. Reno S. Harp, Rector of St. Stephenls Church, supervised the organization of the club and have acted as advisers ever Since. Membership is open to all students who are con- firmed Episcopalians or who are about to be confirmed. Honorary membership is maintained for faculty members and alumni. 1 2 As stated in the constitution the aim of the Canterbury Club is sito Serve the Mission of Christianity in higher education by fostering among the students ol' the Univer- sity a better understanding of the Faith and Practice of the Episcopal Church and loyalty to its corporate life. Pro Christo ,ber Et'616'SI.dl7?.l' Although the Canterbury Club is young. it promises to be an active organizationeits work towards a world characterized by Christian brotherhood being symbolized by the corporate communions of which all members par- take. A 7 The Chemistry Club is an organization for the purpose of furthering interest in Chemistry, promoting more inti- mate relations between the students of Chemistry, and recognizing those students who have shown ability and interest in Chemistry at the University of Richmond. Each year at the Honors Convocation, the Chemistry Club Honors are awarded for recognition of attainment in this field of science. Addresses by prominent chemists and members of the club and tours of local chemical in- Chemiafuy Club Frzlrl row, lfff! lo rz'gl1l:' PATRICIA COSBY, ANN FOsTER, GLEN AL- LEN, PEGGY HAWTHRONE, AN- DREW SULLIVAN. Second row: HUGH ADAIR, DR. WILLIAM E. TROUT, FLOYD JARVIS, BROOKE MOFFETT, RUTH SGHIMMEL. 'Third row: BERNARD SAVAGE, BISHOP BOWEN, SAM LANEVE, CHARLES AUGUST, JAMES WORSHAM. dustries and laboratories give the members inspiration and information about chemical subjects not covered in the regular scholastic program. At the close of another successful college year, the Club sincerely hopes that it has contributed, in its small way, to the unity and mutual understanding among scientists and scientists-to-be, and has instilled in these minds the absolute necessity of the common bond of men for the preservation ofa scientific but tattered world. ikfilriir The modern age realizes the important role that students of the sciences play in building the world of tomorrow. Their interest in scientific research indicates the scholarly level on which all students must work in order to help us understand all peoples and achieve a lasting peace and world unity. Beta Beta Beta is the national honorary fraternity for students of the biological sciences. It seeks to encourage scholarly attainment in this field of learning by limiting its membership to those who achieve superior academic records and who indicate special aptitude for the subject of biology. The Beta Theta Chapter of Beta Beta Beta was organized on the University of Richmond campus in 1939. In NO- vember the chapter welcomed ten active members and Hve provisional members. A This year Tri-Beta sponsored two projects. The first was a series of seminar lectures which different members prepared and led at the meetings. The second project was started as a service to all students who frequent the Mernbers of Beta Beta rearranged and biology building. worked on some of the display cases on either side of the building. It is the hope of this year,s entrance to the club that these efforts will be an incentive to Beta Beta Beta members of future years. dye ia eia Jge ia Ftrs! row, lzjfl io riglzl: PEGGY BOWLER, OLLIE MENEFEE, AIANIE COPENHAVER, FRANCES COEBs, VIRGINIA ELLETT, LAVINIA WAT- A SON, BETH DEGRER, PATRICIA COSBY, CARMINE CLAY, ,JULIA DICKENSON, ANN CL.ARK. Sernml row: DR. ROBERT F. SMART, -IALR SULLIVAN, DR. WILLIAM BIOKLEY, ALLEN OGI.P2SBX', .IE- ROME KIRPMAN, SAM LANEVE, LEWIS I-IAsTY, JOE lVIATHIAS, DR. CARL I-IAGQUIST, ANGEL PORTE- LA, PROFESSOR WILFORD SKINNER. I 1'lI'0Ilf row, left lo right: RICHARD HENSI..EX', TOM BILLINGsLEv, DOLTGI..AS C,iOFOR'I'II, WILLIAM JEFFICRS, JACK NULL, U. S. SAVAGI-L, FRANc:is LAURANI'I'Is, CFHOMAS NICIIiOI.S, SOLON C:OUSINS. -S'fc0rzd1'r1ze: JACK JONES, LARRY SEYLER,JUSI:1PIi lvIA'I'IlIAS, ROLAND EI.I.IfJ'I"I', PA'1'RIc:K FEN- LON, JAMES JOHNSON, EDWARD JoIINsoN, LEO GARRETI: 7-llllfd row: BILL SCHEERER, ClIiARI,l'lS SU'l"1'EN1"I1iI.IJ, FRANK 'l'IIoMI1soN, Cilillkfill. HODGES, WII.LiAM Cooczo, LYNNVOOD Mi-1'rzGER, BOB IQILPATRICK, WILLIAM LONG, CARROLL RItIIi.ARDS, Josi-LPII LALUNA. l'lll1II'f!II'lIZf'Z SATIJI I-:R ANDERSON, JACK WILBORNE, BTARION TIMRERLAKE, JACK lioLc:UM, BERNIE HOFBAUER, REID SPENCER, DAN RAMER, Lili.-XRLES lXIA'I"I'UX, ,WALTER BOL!-lN. Fifth row: JOHN ZIZAK, ALVBREX' RCJSSER, BERNARD CJIOVANETTI, DfJN.Al.D BERMONT, RtissELL GVLICK, XVIQSI EY Ct'R'1'IER. he awily lyfembership in the Varsity Club is reserved for those who have achieved varsity letters in any of the four major sportsefootball, basketball, baseball, and track. Just as many similar organizations this union of varsity men be- came a war casualty and remained inactive during those trying times. Late in the first semester, however, the Varsity Club organized and began immediately to func- tion under the leadership of its new oliicers. Chosen for these positions were President Bill Scheerer, Vice-President Joe LaLuna, Secretary Dick Hensley and Treasurer "Cotton" Billingsley. The united wearers of the NR" stand on several basic beliefs. One of these is the University itself-its traditions, her standards of scholarship and her devotion to clean sound manhood. These monogram men have come to believe in the team. 'cAll for one, and one for all" is the motto which typifies the spirit of unity and cooperation which predominates these athletic minds. Their hearts are in the game because they realize it is a challenge to their courage and spirit. The game teaches them by testing their skills to exert patience and self con- 1 2 trol for it vividly instructs them in the "give and takeu of life in general. lt is an opportunity to exercise the man- hood Ol' youth in constructive channels. The men ofthe Varsity Club realize and strive to assure their duties as owners of the coveted NR." Their aim is to promote sportsmanship and contribute toward a higher level of school spirit in the institution to which they have pledged their best in not only athletic endeavor, but in all phases of campus life. Each man wants to be deserving of his own recognition so that the standards of excellence may be held high for the on coming scholastic generations. They expect no l12lI1dOLliS, but remain prepared to work and sweat to achieve prized goods. The men of this Monogram Club believe, finally, in the victory acknowledging that it is not always shown on the scoreboard, but is imprinted indelibly in the heart upon having succeeded in giving his best. Always will be in these members of the Varsity Club the desire to light that eternal glory may be won for the Lniversity of Richmond. he Haifequin One might say that the Harlequin Club has adopted the good neighbor policy, lor its primary purpose is to foster better relations between Richmond College and XX'esthampton College. YVesthamptOn Organizations are free to call on the manpower Of the group to aid in decorat- ing for its functions. Composed of the president and two other Outstanding members of each social fraternity, the Organization com- JN ,Qc X 3- Ef- pletely reorganized this year. A new constitution was adopted, including a symbolic key and a set Of colors. Keller Hall was the scene of the Harlequin Club's an- nual W'inter Dance, a formal affair. In promoting better relations On the campus, the club has helped to point the way toward better relations between nations the world Over. DWIGHT ANDERSON JACK BAKER JIMMY BANKS SIDNEY BERZ ANGUS BROWN KENNETH BUTLER 'HQ 4, THAD CRUMP DAVID DANIEL, Presidmt BILL GOFORTH, Treasurer - JACK GREENE WWI ku WERTER HURT BILL JORDAN HERB LIEBMAN CLIFF LONG WALTON MALLORY STUART MAssIE f-t BROOKE MOFFETT EDWARD MOOMAW ' HOWARD MOORE EARL NEIISON J WILL OSBURN, Secrelagf WALTER PHILPOTT 1 130 L AL SALEEBY FLETCHER STIERS HARRY THOMPSON Ka 1 GEORGE WHITE O TOMMY WHITE, Vice-Pre.vz'dent ' , Y I be CLAUDE WOODY LARRY YOEFY WZ' 6.4 emmea auanie4 lfmzzf mtv, lfffl !u 21'.gl1l.' l2I.sl1-1 M1N'r1-1R, XYIRGINIA Hl'1RNlDfJN, NI.-XRY Cox, BARBARA l'lRl.1'lD. ,llirlzllw nm-.' BTARGARI-1'l' Coonu, Eisiiiiv I'IOI.I..-NND, Ti,-XTIIIZRINE SMITI-1, DtJ'1l'I'IPI Hovp, President, GEN1-:vii-:vi-1 N.ALil'lR, SALLY TAY- T 1.oR, Akrusia MooRr:. Bark row: PAT PARi,ow, ANNl'l Gui, Fro CRAY. t For a week in January cardboard boxes lined the halls of the XX'esthampton dormitory. Occasionally some one dropped in a sweater or a blouse or a pair of shoes. The French Club, Les Femmes Savantes, realizing the needs of the many destitute families of war-torn Europe, were collecting clothing for French relief. Miss Johnson, a representative from the Richmond Y.XN'.C.A., in a chapel talk urged XVesthampton girls to aid Les Femmes Savantes. She had recently spent some time in Paris and had seen how, despite the renewed air of gaity, the people were desperately in need of clothing. Hlithout the help of Americans in this time of need, no degree of world unity could ever be achieved. XYesthampton's contributions of cast-off clothing were packed in boxes under the super- vision of lNIadame Brot and sent off to destitute students in France. iirilrik The College Government Room was decorated with pine branches and lighted candles in the windows. ln one corner was an improvised altar. Outside the door a group of "peregrinos" waited to make the journey to Beth- lehem. It was the night of the Spanish Pinata and mem- bers of the Spanish Club, El Picaro, were celebrating Christmas as the Mexican children do, going from house to house looking for a place for Mary and joseph to stay. At the altar they sang to the Christ Child. Then the Pinata, full of candy and presents, was broken open, while all stood around and watched. The members of El Picaro now look back upon a year l ,Sill r tffwf f is Q it i Q . s , crowded with gay events, set against a background ol lively tempos of Hispanic-,Xinerican phases of culture. Guided by their interest in speaking, singing, and listen- ing to the Spanish language, they have studied the cus- toms, personalities, and folk-lore of Spanish-speaking countries, with primary aims of foreign friendship links. Under the enthusiastic guidance of Miss Gloria Yicedomini and Bliss hilary lXIacDonald, they have temporarily stepped into a land of Spanish enchantment. El Picaro members will long remember their Pan-American festivities and the Christmas Pinata. ficafzo 1'lI'0llf mze, frffif to fzigfll: .ANN I mze: SIIIRIJ-QY Soliop, limits' nocru, li.-Xfl'IlY Yot'Nci, TJLNURIAI clRlil'NBl',Rfl, KIVIIF XV.-xux lim-fi ABl"I,StlN. CARoi. Sini ovskv, IRAN SuANNoN, ciI.AIRl" TYURICN, KAY lXlAIIt1RY, XTIRGINIA Sins, PEGGY SIIJNIQ, Q11-:AN Dl'ifIKl'1R, IEAN VVA1,nRoP, SA: LY rIT.'XYI,UR, HEI,PlN CiUNDYI.IiS, Bia'r'rv lTAR- '1'oN, ANNI-i Cill I., TNTARY Lvsav. lXTAR'I'lIA HAI I , Ri' ru NTURRISICY. Yovrsu, President, Dt7RlS TTER- MAN, IAM Bt'RNsin1-,, i5xI.IlIIi LAN- ni, Bicvi-LRL1-Lv lJA'l"l'tlN, lXIARc,:A- Rl-fl' Coonic, lxllllltil-QN'1' Htvrtzii- l-.RSUN, CARoI Bl'xiiAt'rvi. illfflflff lX1IN'l'7, llln.-XN TT,-XRPI-ZR. liitookia 'l'R1P1i-111, .ANNE Ieliczcuss, IPTAN- NAI! BAM ow, XTIRGINI.-X Uri-iv, Bli'I"l'Y llv.-ws. bi,-XRII.YN .Xi tax- AND1-1R, KXNNIC limo, MARv lXll'R- mzu: l'iItlRlzNl'li Coommx, URN- lsi-1 Poiirv, Doiiv Brick. IANIIQ DIN, SAM Y H.AX'l4lS, XVIVIAN BoR- "Grandma, where did you go to College?" a young girl may ask, and a member of the class of '47--eor perhaps of 'Nlewill tell of her four years at XVesthampton. But there are many girls here whose mothers, grandmothers, or aunts attended not Wlesthampton, but its predecessors, the Richmond Female Institute, chartered ninety-three years ago. or the lVoman's College of Richmond. The name may have changed and the location may be different but the ideals and traditions cherished by those who have o.4i'cae gzfcae 1'lI'0IIf rnzti, lffl lv 1'1'gl1!.' BETH IJEQKER, XIIRCINIA EI.l.I'l'l"I', Pres- ident, MARGI-xkv W1i,1.1Aiv1s. Burk raw: MAJIH VVINGPIELD, LA- XTINIA WA'I'soN, BE'rTY I-IARDIN, Fro GRAY. gone before are now entrusted to their daughters, Nostrae Filiae. Organized in 1936, Nostrae Filiae has been active ever since under the sponsorship of Mrs. jack L. Epps, an alumnae of the Wo1nan's College. Founder's Day was observed on October first by a chapel program and lunch- eon, with Mrs. Charles Marsh as guest speaker. just as their mothers now take an active part in community af- fairs, so the members of Nostrae Filiae will become the citizens and leaders of the world of tomorrow. e niefznaiionaf Jeefaiiona XVe are now living through a period of transition in world history and it is vitally important that college stu- dents keep themselves well informed on contemporary affairs. It is the primary purpose of the International Relations Club to stimulate an interest in national and international events. At each meeting informal talks are followed by a discussion. Topics are suggested by mem- bers ancl every one has an opportunity to express her opinions. A national organization, the International Relations Club is sponsored by the Carnegie Foundation for XVorld Peace, which supplies the club with the latest books and bulletins on current affairs. Dr. Susan B. Lough is sponsor of the club. An unbiased study of world events gives a clearer under- standing of present-day changes. The conscious effort of the International Relations Club to keep abreast of the times is a real contribution to the building of world citizen- ship. .S'mlwl, fwfr! In rzlgltl: Inimv VVILIQN- skv, B1-.'1"1'Y OlBRIl'lN, ARI.1Nl'l IN'IOURIi, ANN W1i.1-.v, SALLY IIIAYIIJR, Vi-:RDA SI,E'l"l'l'LR, SARAH BRI-LNNHQ. .S!anrl1'nzf.' Bi-1'i"1'v HAR- mx, PAT CIUILD, IVIARGARICI' Count-Q, Poiiv .lt'JNl"S, CIARUI. Ifnl'XHAllM. igma Fran! row, lqf! In rzglzl: HOXN"II'1 BINGHAM, HEI,EN CONDX'I.ES, ALICE MAsoN. Bark row: BI:'r'I'Y TINSLIQY, WILMA LUM, MILDRED DAFFRON, MARX' Cox. Absfnl from p1'rlzm'.' MARION ClOI,.I.IER, President. Athens is a name which implies a historical background and cultural heritage of which the western world is ever conscious. How significant it is that the members of Eta Sigma Phi chose as their project this year to aid financially the University of Athens, one of the many European uni- versities left devastated by the recent war. Christmas cards and greeting cards of all kinds were sold in order to raise money. ' Eta Sigma Phi, the honorary classic fraternity at Wlest- hampton, recognizes those students who have excelled in the study of Latin and Greek. As the classics have con- tributed largely to the cultural development of the world, it is the purpose of Eta Sigma Phi to enhance the apprecia- tion of the classics and promote an interest in the peoples ofthe ancient world, In aiding the students ofthe Uni- versity of Athens, the organization has helped bring the eastern and western worlds closer together and has pro- moted a better understanding of the people of other na- tions. Jiftofz lad Jgoaul Sponsors l'ill'6'Fm MISS MARION HAMILTON, DR. MAUDE H. Woon- FIN, Miss MAYME O'FLAI-IERTY. Passing on the torch to next , l "' year's Mortar Board. Off' In Cnforrlcfnf BETH DPICKFZR, our representative to the National Niortar Board confcrcncc. 1 1 , Q iqinn S l "' , , , A J ' Ak I sw I 133 wwf who 14 who . XYho's YVho Among Students iII American Universities and Colleges is the overall distinction for outstanding col- lege studentsga nation-wide organization that recognizes service to the school, campus activities, scholarship, and all honorary and social organizations to which a student may belong. Developing into an integral part of college and business life, ll'lz0's H720 is functioning in several vital capacities, namely: tll As an incentive for students to get the best results from their college experience. C25 As a means of compensation to students for what they have already achieved. t3l As a standard of measurement for students com- parable to other recognized scholastic and service or- ganizations. JOHN FEILD BATTE, JR. ANN BOWIE CILARK STANLEY NORLIAN CiOHEN HEI,EN CiONANT SOLON BOLIVAR ClOUSINS, JR. 'THADDEUS TALLEY CRUMP at 3 Gm is DAVID THOMAS DANIEL J , ELISABETH BURNETT DECRER f' My :L " hai' PATRICK IGNATIUS FENLON Q ,-A--t A - i WEA X DOUGLAS BEXNLEY GOFORTH , J AN 5 Y f 1. 5: . ,ef AJ. - X , -.f 35. ix f XYIRGINIA lN1AsoN HERNDON lN1ARION KENNEDY HLTSKE fw- ROBERT CLIFTON LONG HORACE GEORGE LONGAKER, JR. DUDLEY VVALTON MAI,LfJRX', JR. MARYLOU RHODES MASSIE OLLIPL MENEFEE lVlARVIN JACKSON NULL FRANK LAWSON PANKEY NANCX' AN'I'OINETTE REID RLl'Yli SONIA SCHIMMEI. LAVINIA FOSTER WATsoN JACK BRADBURY WILBOURNE ELSIE GREX' MINTER ROY BLANTON WYATT, JR. LAWRENCE MOR1'ON YOFFX' A4 ' , Q ff? 35:41, fa ' was - .4 fa Y . jj . 5 V C45 As a recommendation of successful students to thc business world. The basis of consideration for selection to Hfhols Who is character, scholarship, leadership in extra-curricular ac- tivities, and potentiality for future usefulness to business and society. Juniors, seniors, and students in advanced work are eligible. One of its most interesting features is the Student Placement Service, through which students are recommended to American employers who are seeking capable college graduates to fill responsible positions. Also is published by lIVh0's Who an annual compilation of biographies of distinguished students throughout the nation. E as' F? 4 ,fry 4 my R . K7 A ' guy, L 4 2 i - 2? . ii ' - tiifill.. 2 l A l 'M fa . ii., . I 2 X .,. 5 I,-g,, f- f 'Y if ,Q .-f f 1 134 The fraternities are organized in what is known as the Interfraternity Council, which consists of a representative of each of the eleven social fraternities and three members of the faculty. This organization has general supervision over all matters of a fraternity nature. The members of the faculty have no vote, but serve as officers in an advisory capacity. It was back in 1914 when the Greek letter fraternities realized their need for a central cooperative body to aid in executing the policies with which the Greeks were con- cerned. From a small beginning the lnterfraternity Council was formed, and has grown to be in function and service, a strong activating influence on the campus. In this connection, the Council has functioned as an active and vital campus group-interpreting rush rules, awarding interfraternity scholarships and athletic trophies, sponsor- ing three sets of dances, and keeping in tact the eleven Greek letter organizations. In the supervision and administration of the three sets of dances known as Opening, Mid-winters, and Finals, " ' M A K., 155 X I . wtf- . . f ,K .- QQ .A sm-t.:2 R .iff fi-, A ts 1-if F ' :fue ' Ax . if RE Q . M.. f . X S' 1 gg. X X l at Q W 7 sigh , y Ci Q 5 2 1 i 'A - 4" my tpniezfialefznity ounci the lnterfraternity Dance Committee was formed which inaugurated a new system of budgeting which has proved highly erlicient and beneficial to the student body. Known simply as the Subscription Plan, the new system allows fraternity and non-fraternity men alike, to purchase a Subscription Card for the three lnterfraternity Dance Sets at a substantial reduction in cost. This year the Council priclecl itself in securing its own campus orchestra for the lX4id-winter Dances. Art Baldwin . . . the name at any rate . . . wasnit "big time," but Baldwinis music defi- lllifffll was. The dance was a great success. jimmy Dorsey and Chuck Foster were scheduled to play for Finals. Concerned primarily this year with proper regulations to govern fraternity rushing, pledging, and initiation, the Council worked out a satisfactory set of regulations for next year. Again intramural athletics were promoted with a great deal of success and spirited competition. The lnterfraternity Council has clone Inuch to promote a common spirit of fellowship and regard among the eleven social fraternities. ,Q M vm.. ,Q M ,. X 1 Q Yxwligjx f Q ' x it me 'JL First row, lfff to right: BILL ARNETT, JACK BAKER, JIMMY BANKS, THAD ClRUMP, DAVE DANIEL, PAT FENLON, PERCI' CiA'I'ES, Srrmzfl rnzzu' BILLY GILL, HFROSTYH GOFORTH, BILL JORDAN, SEMPLE KIRK, HERB LIEBMAN, GEORGE LONGAKER, WALTON MAI.I.oRv. Tlz1'n1'mzv.- L. L. INICGEE, HOWARD MOORE, EARL NELSON, WILL OSBURN, AL SALEEBY, ToMMy WHITE, CLAUDE Woonv. 135 1'1- ew anplza ,befla l"1'rI! row frfl In riqlzl' IAMFS AEHBX , K u . m .. ' ', -IR., AIOIIN BRIZENDINE, MORRIS CAMPBELL, RUSSELL CIIERRY, AIR., WALTON CONNELLY, JR., WILLIAM CORDER. Secofld row: IRVIN DAWSON, LOXVELL ELLETT, -IUNIUS FOSTER, ZANE GRAY, WILLIAM HAL,ES, -IOIIN HARVPIX'. 'I'-l7l'7Il row: JAMES HARVEY, ANDREXV -IOI-INSON, KENT KISER, BURRELL LUCAS .IACK M . " ' ' ' 9 ORRIS, LAWSON PANKILX. lfnzzrffz row: HU , , . - ND, AROLD ITRIBBLE, WILLIAM WINN, ROY WYATT. GII RAGLAND HENRY SGUTIIILRLA H MRS. DOROTHY J. FOSTER Petersburg, Virginia, alfplza Lefia Founded at Richmond College in 1923 Established at Richmond College in 1923, Alpha Delta fraternity is a professional fraternity, composed only of ministerial students, one which brings together a group of men who will in the future be related both professionally and socially. This year, due to the housing shortage and the large student body, the fraternity used room "C" of the administration building as a meeting place. Active in their own Held, five of the brothers are pastors of churches, while all the others are supply ministers or Sunday School teachers, thus making definite contribu- tions to the churches in or near Richmond. The brothers are grateful for the experience which the city churches offer them. This was a banner year for Alpha Delta, particularly because it was their first year of intramural sports partici- pation. As a result, the ujaspersn placed two brothers on the all-campus intramural football team. The high- powered school spirit of the ministers was witnessed by all who viewed the huge placards placed about the campus by the brothers, prior to each football game. At Christmas time, the men received a great deal of pleasure by taking over the role of Santa Claus in order to help one of Richmond's needy families. The social life of the fraternity was well-organized and well-rounded. The year began with an outing at Bryan Park. just before Thanksgiving came the long to be re- membered Chicken-in-the-Rough party at the Wakefield Grill. An exciting bowling party was the feature of the second semester. The climax of the entire year was reached on March 14, when the annual formal banquet was held at the Hotel John Marshall. The Reverend Roland Wfagner was guest speaker and the Reverend Em- mete Robinson served as toastmaster. Alpha Delta had a highly successful year, one in which the Hllaspersw took a leading part in all extra-curricular activities. f El: , am hi Q il! 1 an U v 5. ,gm 'ij wi '.1 ss.. ,E ""' , S size , at ft w N Q,,m Top, lqft to right: B.T.O. Of Alice and Men. B-r-r-r. Affice and Aim. K. Kiser. Bottom, Get Thee Behind lNfIe. Lum ,N Abner. Elopement. 137 .Www ' E' ' 03- ' Mk ,, fu' K ,uv cf' ga if ' ,Q 2, H 1' Fi ' 9 J is X X X, . S-wa S 1 " " ,Q , 'V IS. TQ . A. , , , I A sri? f zf g Q fiei'-. Q I I A ,, ,la A ZR 5 ffl" 1- is WWI 5 If ' I, , lffm . I V A1,', , I L J A I -K YW ,MA 'ill' 12 gn 3 PM . , 'K " -'1f.,f,v I., V nilqggxwzgg ,y 3 ' s ' -c I L , . ' ' 9'- -4 v s: .J A- 1 , . , A 'Tv V Q ff 'I " f' 'E 54 .I - I Y ' IW . 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' 1 I ' ' "W aegis wk, 7' rs- H" Kappa aypka lfmf mug lfjjl ff, n'g!zl.' NORMAN ANIJLZRSIJN, LARRY BOURNIAS, EDWARD CAR'l'ER, X'VlI.LIAM IDAY, QIHARLILS DIORERSON, -JOHN EDMUNDS. .Sfwmfl rmrx' PHIIIP FOX, QIR., RALPH HAGOOD, CIiARLES PIARPER, WILLIAM QIAIIRSON, RlVSSkCI,I, LANII, AlTI?Rl'1X' TVIA'1"l'HEWS. 'lhmf rnzw: CIHARLIQS MATTOX, L. L. MCIGEE, VVILLIAM MIZEI,L, CIIARLES IXIIIQDLRMAYICR, -IR, VVILI, OSBURN, WILLIAM PENDLETON. 1'hmflz lfflzwx CHARLES PLOH, THOMAS RICHARDSON, ANDY ROIIPAS, ROY SHEL- ION, N'IAR'lIN SIfIOTZHIiRGER, RfJRER'F SHOTZBERGER. lffflff rnzv: BH I, SI OOPE, RONALD SPECTOR, XIERGIE TAYLOR, RICIiARD THOMP- SON, AL VVlIl'lliI.IiR, CJSCAR WOOTEN. fs-A as MISS PAMELA BURNSIDE Nassau, Bahama Islands !w. Q'-1' T056 9 O . A Q 0 g. z. : Kappa alfplza Founded at Washington and Lee in 1865 Siu Clzapiefz Established at Richmond College in 1870 Although Kappa Alpha has been in existence only eighty-two years, it has grown to a national organization of 69 chapers, found only over the territory south of the Mason-Dixon Line. The fraternity is represented in all southern and western states from the Atlantic to the Golden Gate, with the exception of Arizona and Nevada. The most notable event of the year was Dr. Modlin's election as President of the University of Richmond. He assumed this position on June 15, 1946. During the dith- cult war years he served as Faculty Advisor to Eta Chapter and since as the most valued member of its Reactivation Committee. Never too busy to give his time and helpful council, Dr. Modlin has largely assisted in keeping the chapter active. Kappa Alphas will watch with confidence his elevation to greater responsibilities because this brother has taken the ideals of the Order as a pattern for a life of service to the youth of the South. Under the leadership of L. L. McGee. a University dance band was organized. Andy Roupas, Charles Pugh, and David Richardson are also members of the aggrega- tion. The music of these boys has often highlighted various social functions of ours and the campus. Under the fine leadership of Roy Shelton Randy Carter, and Bill Pendleton, there have been many enjoyable par- ties. Outstanding among these were the houseparty in June and the barn dance at the Corley's. The Christmas Dance at the hlosque Ball Room was greatly enjoyed by all. The fall elections saw our president Willard Osburn inaugurated as Vice-President of Student Government, Russell Lang appointed to the Honor Council, and Tom Edmonds appointed Circulation Manager' of the Web. Paul Morante completed his studies at Richmond in February. David Richardson and john Brickert have left us to continue their studies at Dental School and V.P.I., respectively. Robert Ooghe and "Hank" Corley report things going Fine at Annapolis and "BuckyH Corley reports the same from West Point. One of the greatest events that has taken place in the history of Order was the session of the first National School for Chapter Officers and Province Commanders which was held at the Hotel Seelbach in Louisville, Kentucky, in August, with Tom Edmonds representing Eta. ii Was fyvt A, a 1 if az-w1,w..?g. ga- Q A ,N kwa. .Aff f ,W , M . vt ,IV ,rx 11, ' 1 Left to right: 'vVe play baseball, too! Paradox. B.M.O.C. 139 A F1 , ..f' ivan X . is 1 ws x .X . B Q, X K A A 'S 'S Y JI NR . ex V BEA.. al 1? YYY . Je . IMP I' S. I f g n ,Q 1 S 1 A LM I 2 QE . A., Y L f qs' v . 1 -" ' I ' , 329 . If W 3" Us ... , i I 'feb R I, I. ESI . if fr M L W4 Q I' N7 4, V sf, J" , 1324 1 Fw .4 .V 3 . . .f' S. rg. V f - V, ' ' NR' .Zi 2 .I - . 1 '- Q5 9 Q , I- I , fA If fc? 4 YA yv kmh. r I I . ,, A . w -, ' YI.. 1 A' G J gli. ,P E. Kappa Sigma First row, ld! to right: HERBERT ATKINS, THOMAS BILLINGSLEY, JAMES BOEHLING, ROBERT BONHAM, HUGH BRAUER, CHARLES BUFORD, AJR., JOHN BURTON. Second row: FRANK CAVEDO, JOSEPH COLTLBOURN, WILLIAM DOHKLE, DONALD FENDLER, PATRICK FENLON, ERNEST GARRETT, LEVI GILLIKIN, JR. Third row: BENJAMIN GOODE, WILLIAM GRAVITT, .JACK GREENE, WILLIAM GRIGS- BY, RALPH HARVARD, -JOHN HAWTHORNE, WILLIAM HINNANT. Fourth row: EDWARD JOHNSON, JOSEPH JOHNSON, JACK KOLCUM, WILLIAM LUMP- KIN, WILLIAM MASON, ROBERT MCDANEI., JAMES MOODX', CHARLES MOOMAW. Fgflh row: HOWARD IWOORE, RICjliARD NASIJ, THOMAS NICHOLS, HERBERT NIE- DERMAYER, CLAGETT PATTIE, AJR., GEORGE PENDLETON, JR., 'JULIEN PICOT, , JACK SHEA. Szfvllz row: BLACKWELL SI-IELLEY, HARRX' SNEAD, JR., EARL VASS, JR., WILLIAM WARREN, -JACK WILBOURNE, GEORGE WILLIAMS, HOWARD WILLIAMS, ISAAC WORNAM, JR. -1. f Mi' ' W 2,9 I, V ' " 'N ,R-J - ' - :,:i' " ' ':' 1 . , A: 4 A, " . F w d 755214 if2'4eIf.' .S 'Fw I Ffiiz'-w-'W Q fd ii. 4. .,,. . .X --fv 'B wpivf , M5 MISS MARGARET BEAR Richmond, V1rgInIa f 5 . ,, I W' . fu Y . S. . J 'ff 96 - w J 0 lo. gig! pwwiifii N 1 Kappa igma Founded at the University of Virginia in 1869 fella Eeia Cilzaplefz Established at Richmond College in 1898 The Beta Beta Chapter of Kappa Sigma started its first near-normal postwar year with the largest membership in the history of the Richmond Chapter, having regained possession of the house on Fraternity Row. Beta Beta's brothers were determined to carry on the traditions that caused five men to lay the foundations of the fraternity at the University of Virginia in 1869. In particular, the Richmond Chapter of the followers of the Scarlet, Green, and White looked forward to its best year since Beta Beta was founded at this school in 1898. The house was returned by the University from wartime use in june 1946, and by extensive renovations and new furnishing was put into excellent condition for exclusive use by the brothers in the fall term. Eighteen Kappa Sigmas movedinto the house, and the social season got underway early with parties after the Spider football team played its first night football game. In the true tradition of the Richmond Chapter Beta Beta was well represented in Spider athletics. Fritz Laurinitis, co-captained the football team from his guard position, and combined with backs Jack Wilborune and Pat Fenlon to number three of the starting eleven. Laurinitis and Willnourne climaxed extremely successful seasons in being named to the All-State team. Spring found Tommy Nichols, Ed Johnson. and Fenlon bolstering Mac Pitt's diamond squad. In other campus activities Kappa Sigs were in similar positions of leadership. XfVilbourne was president of the junior Class, jack Greenemlunior Senator, and jack Dick- son, Treasurer of the Sophomore Class. Fenlon was a member of ODK. The Kappa Sigma intramural football team started the intramural ball rolling by copping the Creek Champion- ship with one ofthe most powerful intramural aggregations in the history of the school. Richmond's delayed rushing season brought a bumper crop of pledges who went to work under the direction of Goatmaster "Rusty" Wfarren and promised to bring Kappa Sig strength in future years. Howard lNIoore, jack W'il- bourne, Bob McDanel, Bill Hinnant, and Jack Greene performed capably as chapter oflicers. Top, left to right: Youth. So What. 'fThe Inner Sanctum." Hear no evil. See no evil. Speak no evil. Second row: Athos, Porthos, Aramis. QD. Happy Daze. The Brothers Karamazon Yogi. Third row: Consolation. At Bat. "Frankly, I think Darwin is a little Pedantic in his Opus." She said, No! 141 A--M .ff- . KI, 'I V ., V, if , , . 9flVfj.1W, 7V : '1 A '. ,f' V A, I, A Q W. fx . I. I , ... . S I 3 I N wr 'WHT ' I If 'HQE' . 1 - p I A ew 2 Id, 1 L M .4 if A W5 V ..7.,I,.,4 , . - x Q A Y 0' is S V Io Q ,, 'G Jw W. ,II .If ww MV V ,,,., pf.. I-1 V - xg,-3, Q 5 , fs .V ,. " in AI". ' ., , ff 3:1 V , I ' - 2'i1qgw.x5g".,'K5?z- , ng, g,.,'.4fsf, . ,Q 'V ,xi 'iii 3-LV A6 ::V.g-55.57. ,gffg ' , 'v -. V -'p 9. ,'3R:Vg,gVfg,:,q 2, V. mx., , .M . ,.,.V,,-,Vw ,,.f. 1,4 . .. E V ,, V, ,. , V.,,.y , Eff,-I I,,w.f.,,.I,, A I VA: V I Wyf-I,,.1.I, , VA3ceV,jgI'1 . ,A ,Q , A- I 'Aw 2, - y.A,L,:1.A.::U Aiigjz,-,., ,- L I ' f -f ' ., gvw- f' j,,.1m',, 1.- Em . VI. .A , X 2 yzxiis I .mf A an , -.ELI 'fw I -In It ,, f T' , , ,.. w' ez., . A I jfw ,. I I G , , Vt i,,5I V 62 'QV .A I 'wir-V " ' ambcla allplza First row, lfyft to righl: WILLIAM ALFORD, WILLIAM CARRINGTON, WILLIAM CHAP- PELL, MARTIN CLARK, POsIE COLLINS, WILLIAM COPPEDGE. Second row: IRA FALLIN, JACK GALE, CHARLES GLENN, WILLIAM HOLI,AND, ROBERT LOVE, ERNEST LYNN. Third row: BOBBY PHILPOTT, WALTER PHILPOTT, EDWARD RADCLIFFE, PAUL RICHARDSON, ALBERT SALEEBY. Fourth row: MII,,FORD WEAVER, EARL WEED, GRANVILLE WHITE, HAROLD WHITE, CLAUDE WOODY. 16 . 9 I , V 5 I K V ' QI v V 'fi 2 7 095" aff ? G4 sf 4 1417, 954533 6 'Rs , I. Miss ELEANOR TOWNS Martinsville, Virginia- Tl '- J mbcla ayplza Cl Founded at Boston University in 1909 aflplza Chi Zeta Ciltaptefz Established at Richmond College in 1918 Founded November 9, 1909, at Boston University, Lambda Chi Alpha has grown until it is now an inter- national fraternity, the second largest national fraternity. Alpha Chi Zeta Chapter was organized at the University of Richmond May 8, 1918. In October, 1942, the chapter moved into the former Alpha Delta house on the hill at the head of the lake. Great plans were in store for the fraternity when the war broke out. Our country called, and we, too, assumed our share of the responsibility of protecting our wqy Qf life. There were great distances between us, but our affection for Alpha Chi was proportionately increased. During the war years, due to the military drain on prospective college men, Alpha Chi became inactive. In February, 1946, Senior Brother "T" Bareford, acting with a small but earnest group of initiates, laid down a plan of structure and of reorganization. Results of f'rush" season were gratifying. In May, new oflicers were elected for the fall term, including C. L. VVoody as president. Brother Bareford was awarded in June, 1946, the Alumni Medal, presented annually to the outstanding member of the senior class. He was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, and Tau Kappa Alpha honorary fraternities. The fraternity chose him to represent Alpha Chi at the Lambda Chi Alpha International Conference at Toronto, Canada, in August, 1946. The fall social season opened with a dinner given by the Duh-h-h-h- !! 7 x5 fi ll I 13, gil I 0 alumni in the Flemish Room of Hott-I llellerson. chapter evening of the annual Richmond tiollt-ge Home- on the coming. Guest speaker was Ellis Derby, Crand High Alpha. Also present was Traveling Secretary Alan Hard- ing, an alumnus of the University of Texas. The next date on the social calendar was marked bv a closed dance held at the Chesterfield Country Club. Among the chaperones were Dean and Mrs. Pinehbeek and the Hon. Virgil Goode of the Virginia House of Legis- lature. Outstanding positions on the campus were held by "Pee-I'Vee" Philpott, sophomore class treasurer: .Xl Salee- by Richmond College Editor -of the .llf't,tff11gff, treasurer . . I L, . , of the Harlequin Club, and medical assistant in tie ui- versity health serviceg Bob Love, assistant director ol' the University Band. 'fBig John" Criflin represented Lamb- l l "Dum JVM XN'hite da Chi on the varsity football squat , ant I , , Ch fst" n paitieipited m trwek events Lambda I i's " as ma , ' ' C . . ' ' iiural alli- The brothers distinguished themselves in mtrai leties in 1946 by their winning softball team. eaptaiued bt C. L. IVoody. Fraternity ollicers for t ie year "Pee-IVee" Philpott, vice-president: "Dumpy l ' 1946--17 were .Xl Salet-by president! XfVhite, secretary: and Bobby Philpott. treasurer. "To those men who have not returned. we pledge our selves to build another chapter as strong pliysirally, mental ly, and spiritually as the chapter they lineup" Hip, two, three four! 143 an Q, , ,. W 'W Ai ET- N L in A Q I - - 1, Si ' Y hal? Y ' I f I X I L3 N. X W f ,gig 1 5-Ng , ,q'Y , A . fm: W' I ' :EIS ' '-.3525-!',w -, . A 'V' If lg, I, Ala 5, .FH 2 W wig X 1 ,Q I M E X ', 1, V Q ' Q Yiwu' Wk I W 5 ' rf. If ,, Hy, n ' W ,I ' 'C . il :f ,FVI ,Ln Q., fm' - I . f -f u w 1 + wg J ,f Nw :It 'dp Y -V , . ' f ' ' 1 - -mfg, A W. W' , W " ,. "WI-' I f 1 'M' ' ' f +1 J M I "' A N M , If LW.-?,: 1,-I I Z 1 -1 ?2w "7i' ' Iz,m,51e9u27a Je ""h1fff '- A M-44. .A I,ffpg6,v , '-" ' phi alfplza First row, Ifjt to right: STANLEY ABUALY, MARVIN BA YLES, MELVIN BERMAN, ALBERT BERNSTEIN, SIDNEY BERZ, ALBERT EVANS. Second row: CHARLE FLAX, PHILIP GOLDFARB, REUBEN GOLDSTEIN, LEONARD HELLERMAN, MURRAY HERMELIN, LEON HOROWITZ. Third row: JULIEN JACOBS, MANUEL IIAFFE, HAROLD KATZ, THEODORE KATZ, SIDNEY KOENIGSBERG, JERRY LEON. Fourth row: HERBERT LIEBMAN, SAUL LURIA, MANNY MICPIAELSON, MILTON MITLER, LARRY NACHMAN. Fyflh row: NORMAN ROLFE, MELVIN SEGAL, SHERMAN SOSNOW, HOWARD WOHL- GEMUTH, LARRY YOFFY. MRS. LAWRENCE M. YOFFY Richmond, Virginia O M.. allplm Founded at George Washington University in 1914 R110 Clzapiei Established at Richmond College in 1925 Since 1925, when the Rho Chapter of Phi Alpha was installed at the University of Richmond, the fraternity was expanded and developed, becoming an intergral part of campus life. This year, with a large number of men re- turning to school, Phi Alpha has continued to participate in college affairs and to strengthen the meaning of fratern- ity among its members. Phi Alpha activities have included social, athletic, and educational programs. In the Held of education and student government, notable contributions have been made. Grand Regent Larry Yoffy was chairman of the Honor Council, member of the Harlequin Club, art editor of the Web, and cartoonist for the Collegian. Brothers Mel Segal and Saul Luria represented Rho in the Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, serving as vice-president and secretary, respectively, for the first semester. Rho was not lacking in representation in forensic lit- erary, and dramatic activities on the campus. Brother Murray Hermelin was a member of the University Players. Herb Liebman, Sidney Berz, and Al Evans worked on the Collegian staff while jerry Leon worked as a photographer for the Web staff. Al Evans carried Rho colors on the Debate Team. After holding several minor social functions, the first post-war annual Rho Tau week-end dance was held in conjunction with the Tau chapter of Phi Alpha from Wil- liam and Mary. This proved to be one of the outstanding social events on the Richmond College calendar. Cn the athletic field, Rho displayed fighting spirit in all intramural contests. President Larry Yoffy was honored by being elected to lV110'.v Who in American Colleges and Universities, and Omicron Delta Kappa. He was also named the distin- guished undergraduate among Phi Alpha fraternity men in the United States, an award presented annually by the fraternity to an undergraduate for his leadership, scholar- ship, and character. Actively participating in every phase of college life on the university campus, the members of Rho look to the future when they may take a more active and important share in the campus life of their revered Alma Mater. wma-, , "1 WN if ' 5, f ,mln rm iw ff , ..,' my I W . , V ,W My A 9 1, f, sg I it , X Top, lqfl to rzglzl: Rum running. Local Bookmaker at work. King-size reefers. Recess or Dance of the Polovetzki Maidens. Buddy-Buddy. 145 A 'Y U I " K. X4 I1 S ,U . g --If - -.. my .- Y.. ',.:M 'r. te 'g ,lp 13. .A V If" . . f.-WX.S-A X J ' 1 ' 'Q Lek W I :A . ,.,. ' ' 7 GI J T' N 4 X J K :" ' .,, .E A ,,, . 12 owxf.. . C N - ,543 , . I , I ' . tum 2 ijf nf-EFA' V. 6, 4 4 ' X ' ' - I I fs ,, x, Q ' . I , T A I ' 1-4 I I 1 . .?' AQ Y R I i" Swain Q 641, . S 'W W 9, 'fs 7 fu 9' q . Ti' I 7 Q A, I.. I , ., If ,H "" A 4s if NN igsi I ff -. .J S... ' I, A . ' s :A .E K? 'fx . ' ,. ifbffi' . LDA . ' , J A ,Q ' , I V: ,. A ' ' f V -' F r: ' .. S 1 ., .E. .U A ,u f . , . P, A M Y ,L . ' I' If' . 4' X-V51 F51 I- A V1 " My f' , ff . ,V I., I. 63 1 3 '- 'V wfggja I r.. 'IL fini Qbelia lzela Firrl row, fefl In righl: STUART BAIRD, ANGUS BROWN, THURMAN CJASH, LOUIS CIIOLA, FRANK COLE, HARVEX' COOLEX'. .S'f'ror11Irow: KENNE'I'H CZRUMPTON, JR., EARL DICKINSON, EUGENE DUNCAN, JULIUS FANNEY, FRANK HENDRICJK, BERNARD I'IUI,CHER. Thin! ww: WILLIAM GILL, FLOYD JARVIS, JAMES JETER, LINWOOD JONES, BILL -JORDAN, CARROLL IQINSEY. Fourth rnw: THOMAS LAYMAN, JULIAN MANN, WILLIAM MASSEX', JR., LOUIS MII.I.ER, JAMES MINOR, DAVID PAULI. Fjfllz row: JOHN PERKINS, JOSEPH PURCELL, JAMES ROBINSON, DABNEY RlI.EH', AI.TON SHARPE, GARLAND SHELTON, JR., JOHN STUART. Sixlh row: CLAUDE THOMAS, LOUIS TUOKER, JOHN TYLER, HERBERT UPDIKE, FRANK WILLIAMS, JR., LEWIS WALKE, JAMES WATLINGTON, JR. M MISS RUBY HEATH Richmond, Virginia 4" it 5 02' o f .' -1' 1 3"W F3 .TVs I. 'I ' 0 0 flu ,Defia lzeia Founded at lVIiami University in 1848 'Uhginia ,fbeffa Clzaplefz Established at Richmond College in 1875 Virginia Delta of Phi Delta Theta enjoyed one of the most successful years of its history under the leadership of H. D. "Bill" Jordan. Not only did the chapter come through the year shining in social and athletic work, but after a moderate start, the academic standing of the "Phi Delts" showed that veterans as well as non-vets were cap- able of honor work. Discharges and rushing made seats hard to find at "The Little House on Towanof' Eleven initiates returned with the opening of the fall session, and when rush week was over Phi Delt badges went to a dozen freshmen and almost as many upperclassmen, at a pledge banquet held at the dining room ofthe downtown Y.lN1.C.A. Answering Coach Fenlon's football call were Laluna. Miller, jack -Iones, Al Rinaldi, Bade and Lumpkin, with Jim Jeter doing the chores of manager. Under the guid- ance of Ciola, the intramural squad finished second in League B, placing three on the all-frat seven man team. Miller captained the Spider five with jones and Rinaldi seeing plenty of action. The trio stuck together on Coach Pitt's baseball team this spring with letterman Kastlebery returning to his garden spot in rightheld and Stubbs doing some fine twinling on the mound. The "Phi Five" were defending champions in a fast interfrat league. Cunning- ham and Kinsey were prospects for Coach Crane's newly organized track team. Bill Jordan was the C0!!eg1'an's photographer and served in both the Interfraternity Council and Better Relations Committeeg sang in the men's chorus. "Thumper" Cash served as president of the Sophomore Class: Jeter was on the "Y" Cabinet, Smith and Cooley worked with the University Players, while other Phis held important offices in various social and literary clubs on the campus. The brothers helped make the three large dances in Milhiser a success by pitching in to help decorate, attend, and clean up, but probably the greatest social events for the chapter for the year were the Spring Formal and the Christmas Ball, held at the Mosque Ballroom, on Decem- ber 17. At other parties the "Phi Delt Quartet." com- posed of Miller, jordan, MOFI'iSSCfI, with Lin Jones at the piano, sang many an encore during the intermissions with their frat and barber shop harmony plus a little "Way Back in the Hills" music. Phi Delta Theta has upheld the spirit of fellowship and brotherly love, which has aided in this post-war period of striving for peace in One Worldeour world. aw Top, left to right: Three Stooges. Stooges and Friend. X'Vomen Drivers. Wfishful thinking. Sammi row: Incognito. and friend. 'cCollege requires continuous study .... " Rendezvous. Third row: just like the ones in "Up Frontf, Disenchanted. Non-entity. 'CAI Capone sold it to us." 147 1 'W 5: Q ' X M. I If 9 75, ' ' as , I 1, J li ', ."b1,. . 4 'Q ' I' S. W f . I , :TRI ' M' ' , IQ Ay W' fl! mis' . , . 2 3,-Q Q " if -if . g N 5? Q, fi ' ,:aY5'4, fg Q R .. R-ci' 157'-G,?1 J, V ' N A " ... F, V 'Q' ' ,x 'jj A. ' - , ' - .5 , ' 1, , , I I f A .. I XX , ,I , ,,,,, , ., , ,.,aV,., .',,. 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' A ' N ":"'?5K:5 ' 1 : A hgvwlfz' if . - -vbv I' ' J' . . 2 MAE" N - 4,33 , web - af, R ,f,,.fA'f WL f EE' 1'. 1 "" I I f ,ww f M ARA A " 1' 311' -' -lib I' " .1 If-Z9 X S 515, 1 1 ,' All " 1- W S ,f f 5 . TM flzi gr amma ,Della Fin! raw, iff! In right: JOHN ATKINSON, CLARENCE ALSTON, ROBERT BARROUR, JAMES BIIRNETTE, RIIDOLPH BRUNI, CAI.IJWELL BUTLER, JOHN BUTTI-LRWORTH, WILLIAM CARNEAL.. Semnd row: RANDOLPH MCCLYTCIHEKJN, RfJBERT CIHANDLER, HI-ZNRY CIOPELAND, SOLON f:OUSlNS, GORDON CIOUSINS, CHASE DECKER, WILLIAM DOSS, ROBERT DOWNS. Thin! raw: EDWARD DUNFORD, EARLE DUNFORD, DONALD EDEL, IROLAND ELLIOT, HERMAN FLEMING, WILLIAM FLOWERS, JOHN FORTNA, JOHN GOETz. Fourth row: TODD GRECJORY, WILLIAM GRESHAM, JAMES P. HANRINS, HAYDEN HANNABASS, JOSERII HOLLEMAN, WALTER HYER, WILLIAM JEFFERS, DIMMOCIK JENKINS. FUU1 row: JAMES R. JOHNSON, LEWIS KELLISON, ERIC KEMP, THOMAS LEATH, THOMAS LIGON, ROBERT LONG, GEORGE LONGAKER, JR., WALTON MALLORY. Szxlh row: STUART MASSIE, RODERICR MILLER, ROBERT MUNDY, JOHN PIERCE, JAMES RICHMAN, WILLIAM ROWE, WILLIAM SCHEERER, LAWRENCE SEYLER. Seventh row: JOHN M, SMITH, ANDREW SULLIVAN, NELSON SUTTON, HARRY TliOMPSON, LOCKE TRIGG, WILLIAM WALTON, DOUGLAS WILEY, J. HUNDLEY WILEY, JR., GEORGE WILKINSON. 931 R MISS MARIAN LEE FRIDDELL Richmond, Virginia 1 CWA I flu: gamma Lefla Founded at Vlfashington and jefferson in 1848 Jello Cilzapiez Established at Richmond College in 1890 Under the UFiji treeu was kept alive this year the spirit of Phi Gamma Deltais Rho Chi chapter here on the Rich- mond campus. Scarcely had the university closed its doors in September after accepting some 1,150 students, when the largest number of Fijis ever to be in school to- gether joined hands in the traditional chain of the Fra- ternity. The notes of f'College songs and college lays" rang loud and clear. It was the largest chain in many a year and for most of the brothers it was the first time their link had been rejoined to that chain, temporarily broken during the war years. The housing situation was an immediate problem and a pressing one for a chapter so large as Rho Chi. During the war the house on Towano Road had gone the way of all good houses on the climbing real estate market, and was no longer in the hands of the Fijis. Handicapped by such a problem, but by no means dismayed, the fraternity men gathered daily at the noon hour under the big tree by the science quadrangle, and its lofty limbs became a symbol of the fellowship and unity which was to prevail within the chapter. For the weekly meetings, the men gathered in the recreation hall of the Second Baptist Church, and brother 'fPete', Dunford offered his basement as a recreation room later in the semester. ' No organization, large or small, can succeed without leaders, and the returning men were quick to elect their ofhcers for the year. Walton Mallory was elected presi- dent for the second time, having served in that capacity before he left for service, Walter Hyer was named secretary, George Longaker, treasurer, Billy Rowe, corresponding secretary, and Cliff Long, historian. joining in the whirl of postwar campus social life, the Fijis soon were on the calendar of events. They opend the year with a novel '4Shipwreck Dancei' at the Virginia Boat Club, and intermission parties at Openings and Mid- Winters, an Interfraternity Dance, and a Spring Formal were highlights throughout the term. Cn the athletic Held, a big Purple team overran and in most cases walloped its opponents to take the champion- ship in the League A football contest. Three Rho Chi gridmen, Walton Mallory, Solon Cousins, and Roland Elliot, were named to the All-Intramural Team. A battle with the Kappa Sigs, League B winners, for the campus championship, brought a 13-13 deadlock, and ended final- ly, in a playoff of the tie, with the Kappa Sigma men taking the crown by a 21-6 score after a bitter battle. Throughout the entire semester, and in every corner of the campus, the gleams of the white star on the black dia- mond shone in campus activities, and radiated with honors. Solon Cousins led the Richmond College student body as president of Student Government, Walton Mallory was president of the seniors, Cliff Long edited the Collegian, Caldwell Butler was Richmond College Activities Editor of the Web, HSugar,' Ralston placed the Purple and White on the All-State varsity eleven, and big Reid Spencer was outstanding on the varsity gridiron and president of the Canterbury Club. Fijis took part in every organization. Caldwell Butler argued with the Debate Team, Cliff Long and Stuart Massie joined Mallory in the Harlequin Club, and Long served as secretary of the Student Activities Council. f'G.G." Longaker was chairman of the Dance Committee and Mallory was chairman of the Inter-fraternity Better Relations Committee. In the honor fraternities, the chapter was equally active. Long served as president of Pi Delta Epsilon, and Cousins was vice-president of Omicron Delta Kappa. Three other Fijis joined Cousins in the ranks of ODK in january when the circle tapped Mallory, Long, and alumni brother HPete" Dunford. For the year past, these were only a few of Rho Chi's achievements. Under the Fiji Tree the spirit was kept alive, and under the Fiji Tree that spirit grew. With the Rho Chi chin growing ever stronger, the song of loyal Fijis rang ever clearer. ffPhi Gamma Delta still to thee, our hearts will turn eternally." Lqft to rzlght: 'cDid you hear the one about The Traveling Salesman that .... " Dr. Livingston, I presume. You oughta' seen the one that got away. 149 sf QV' E ...FO f H X 3 S X if G1- A I , m J? , -"- f . - -L A" fi' , If , sl, L f' 'Q .nf "1 "Pls: . A' , .:.':-,S ffifzfi gtf'If ", I I- fw,.:13I6,g 1 ' . J .. A 51,5 , . 5 , . I, - ,,-ef-If-I, f E, . QI. ', A 5, w I .If - 1 wi ,,. . , . f 5355 ' fx K, flzi Kappa igma l"ir.Il row, lqfl In rilglzl: EDWARD BAILEY, JR., JACK BAKER, JR., RAY BARLEY, DOUGLAS BROWN, WILLIAM GEE, Al,BERT HARLOW. .Snond row: JOHN HARWOOD, JR., LEWIS HASTX', WILLIAM HAWTHORNE, WERTER HURT, SEMPLE KIRK, SAMUEL LANEVE. Third row: THOMAS MA1'HEWS, JR., JOSEPH MATHIAS,JAMES MCCLIiLLAN, BROOKE MOFFET'l', IJEROY OWEN. Ifourlh row: WII,LIAM OWEN, CJHARLES RANDOLPH, FRANK RILEY, HUGHES WARE, JR., VVJIRT WILLS, JR. MISS ALICE WILLIS Culpeper, Virginia 'Fi ll O C flu Kappa cgma Founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850 fini Clzaptefc Established at Richmond College in 1873 Phi Chapter of the Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded on the Richmond College Campus January 15, 1873, being one of the oldest chapters of one of the oldest fraternities on the campus. Except for the period from june 19, 1944 until February, 1946, when the Phi Kaps had answered the call to service, to and including the last man, the Chapter has been active without interruption up to the present time. Now once again the house is filled, in part by pre-war Phi Kaps, and in part by men new to college life, once again the light of social, scholastic and campus activities burns brightly at No. 1 Fraternity Row. Chapter officers for this year are: Brooke Moffett, Alpha, Ed Irby, Beta, 'Frank Riley, Pi, Lewis Hasty, Tau, joe Mathias, Sigma, Hughes Ware, Upsilon, Sam Laneve, Iota, and Bob Morse and Tom Mathews, Thetas. The Chapter is grateful to its Chapter Visitor, Cordon Andrews and his assistant, Doug Laird, for their able assistance in getting things back in swing. Although many efforts at first had to be turned toward repairing and refinishing the house and rebuilding mem- bership, the boys have been busy in campus activities. The Frat has been ably represented in the Harlequin Club by Moffett, Hasty, and Hurt. Irby and Hasty, whose efforts and accomplishments in every phase of frat activity seem endless, serve on the Interfraternity Council, jim Filling is to be commended for his literary accomplishments as co-author of the 'flow-down" column in the Collegian entitled 'fTough Situation." The brain trio of Hasty, Laneve, and Mathias are members of both the Chemistry and Biology Clubs. Mathias, who also has muscles, rated a headline in the News Leader for his outstanding activities at right tackle. He is also secretary of the Senior Class. And so Phi Kappa Sigma ends its period of readjustment and 'fback to normalcy" with the situation well in hand. and with bright prospects for the future. The fraternity is looking forward to carrying on in the true Phi Kap tradition in the years ahead. Z!! E '-iii. 4 f"'C"T""'l1 I wma: 'Vw r-4 K if I it f if ff! eaf"t 4- ...,, -f if. . Top, left to night: 13 Rue Madeleine. Siva. CMulti-handed Hindugod, etc.j Bottom, left to right: Greek Abbreviation for "Leave 3 Quarts Pasteurizedf, Drinking in the sunshine, wishing it were moonshine. Jack the Ripper. 151 A as 1 W ,,.X xA I 3 ' x , , 2 it I W? t' 5 ,If W 5 ' ' ' , , . 2 M QFWK f .,'..Q1 ' , l-1 2 'E' I 45' ' , M X I .f R I A' ,ie Q . A ig 6' s J Y S-I 55 , I ' wg : ij .. Q' Fi., , J, J Q, , a:'II"Iaf' I . lp W A If -RA., 4:5 , J, .- M-WZ' ' g r . Q Iv., ., Z. I V , ' - ,A 117 ', " 2 . Tw.. 15-I K' I 'I H 5 - ' 0 I If ' ' '1f:3QiE"1?Ef1-1? Q: . ' i Kap a anpfza l"IrIlrn11', lfflln rzlglzls IJWNIGHT ANIIERBON, Hl'N1'I'Ii HLRNARII, SI'.l,Y.'X BIIRIII1I'TIa, vVII.l,I.'XM Bl'TII'lR, PAI'I BYRNIC, MORRIS CIATIII-:R, HIIBERT CIIIARLTUN. Sfmnd row: BEVI-lRI.Y CIOSBY, DAVIi DANIEL. HIE-NRI' DAVIS, IEARI DIINKl.l',I'., ROBERT DLINNIVANT, HAROLID FARLIEY, AI.LIcN FLANNAOAN. Thzrd row: JAMI-Ls FOX, CIARLTUN GAMMON, PERIIY GATES, EIJIIAR GKDLDSTON, RFJIIERT HEFLIN, JAMES Hl'NTl11R, ALEX JURD.-NN. Fourlh mum JAMES KELIEY, JR., RCJIIERT LANL, ALVIN MfXNN, JR., ANIJRI-LW MEONI, ARTHIJR MESSICK, CI'IARI.PlS MILLER, GRAIIAM MORRIS. Fzflh row: ROBERT PARKS, III, WILLIAM PIERCE, ANGEI. PORTELA, CKHRBETT ROBIiRTS, HITER ROBINSON, WILLIAM ROCK, WILLIAM ROWE, JAMI-is SIEASE, Sixlh row: DUVAL SIIIQPIIERD, JR., VIRflIL STRADIILR, JR., HCJNVARD SUTTON, GEORGE WHITE, RICHARD VVHITEHEAD,JAM1iS WILTSIIIRE, JR., NORMAN Wooo, Roy YEATTES. Miss PATRICIA PARLOW Sarasota, Florida MRS. JULIA N. GATES Richmond, Virginia is C L Kappa agplza Founded at the University of Virginia in 1868 Umiczon Cltapiet Established at Richmond College in 1801 The Omicron Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was organized on the Richmond College Campus in 1891 and with the exception of the war years the growth of the Chapter has been both rapid and purposeful. In February, 1946, the strength of the Chapter was only two men. Since then there has been a quantitative as well as qualitative growth. The return of the veteran has been the backbone of the new strength. Both graduates and undergraduates have returned to the campus and have taken their places. With a 6-6 playoHf tie the PiKA touchball team rounded out a successful season. The athletics of Gmicron moved to the hardwood with eyes on the basketball crown. With most of last spring's regulars returning, the indication is that the softball championship will be retained by the 'fgarnet and gold." This year marks the return to the social calendar of the gala All-State PiKA Ball held at the john Marshall Hotel, and the ball will long be remembered as the f'Event of the Year." The Founder's Day celebration held on Ma1'ch 1 was another festive occasion and was celebrated by a banquet and ball. As one of the highlights of the season the PiKA House Party climaxed the activities of the year. Iv-..,..,.-R In ' sf rv 1' 1 v 3' xt fr b J A . - 1 1 1 -su ,r ix - 1 1 ' . :Qs gi a M ' 1 ' 5 law H' 'A K N Ei . ' ' fri , A . at .cg Stars from the Omicron heavens include Brothers from all walks of college life. lWorris Cather, the "A" student, is President of the Philologian Literary Society. Frog Burdette was named to the All-State baseball team. Chico Portela is a member of Beta Beta Beta and a lab instructor in the Biology Department. Harold Farley represents the Seniors in the Student Senate. Dwight Anderson, the campus barber, is a member of the Forensic Council. Dave Daniel is the modest President of the Harlequin Club, Treasurer of Student Government, and a mem- ber ofthe Interfraternity Council. Percy Gates, a campus work horse, whiles his hours away on the dance committee of the Interfraternity Council, as Treasurer of the YMCA Cabinet and in the business office of the IVFZJ. Dave served as President of Omicron Chapter for the first semester with Pat Parlow of Wfesthampton as the Dream Girl and Percy served as President the second se- mester with his wife, Julia May. as Dream Girl. The wearers of the 'fshield and diamond" have resumed their role of pre-war days and are looking ahead to bigger and greater things. Top, left to right: We got lost. Jacob's Ladder. A posed picture. Good friends. Drugstore Cowboy. Bottom: And the Dionnes think they have a large family. Ostentation. 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N...-E y A , ,, ,,. few 3 A ujg, fp s.-, -iff y:-'I1-f ,. , f iffy? im' ,I -lg 1?22ff",I:"-' igma allplza cgpailon IF!-fikf row, iff! fo righl: SATTLER ANDERSON, ROSCOE AULIS, DALE BALL, CHARLES ADAMS, BEN BROKENBROUGH, JR., GEORGE BRUCE, DONALD CAMDEN. Second row: EDWARD CLARK, THOMAS COLEMAN, GUY CUMBY, JOHN DEMPSEY, FRANK DICKINSON, GILES ENGLEDOVE, WELEORD FARMER. Tlzird row: JOHN GARBER, PAUL GAREER, DOUGLAS GOFORTH, WILLIAM GO- FORTH, LOUIS HERRINK, JAMES HESLEP, JOHN HOWERTON. Fourth row: JAMES JOHNSON CPhi Gamma Deltab, MURDOCK KESSLER, WILLIAM LUCK, WARREN MANN, BROOKS MASON, SONNY MATTHEWS, ROBERT MOSBY. Ifjflh row: GEORGE MONTCAETI,E, DONALD MURRAY, EARL NELSON, ERNEST ORANGE, AUBREY PHILLIPS, FRANK PHILLIPS. .Sixllz row: HOWARD SAUNDERS, III, DOUGLAS 'THORNTON, THOMAS TURNER, CHARLES WELCH, HUDSON WEST, WIRT WILLS. '. MISS JOYCE ROBERSON Lynchburg, Virginia 0 0 lglfla Q4 EPJIIOH Founded at the University of Alabama in 1856 fviiginia Zan Chapter Established at Richmond College in 1884 Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded on March 9, 1856, at the University of Alabama. Since then it has grown to become one of the largest fraternities in the country. The Virginia Tau Chapter was established at the University of Richmond in 1884, and was very active until it became inactive during the First NVorld XVar. However, in 1938 the chapter was reestablished, and since then has been one of the most active chapters on the campus. Although Vir- ginia Tau does not have a house at the present, it is rapidly striving toward that goal behind the able leader- ship ofjimmy Heslep, our President. The war years were lean years for Sigma Alpha Epsilon on the University of Richmond Campus. In 1944, the active chapter actually reached the low ebb of eight men, but these eight men kept the traditions of flying. In 1945, a very large pledge class was formed and SAE was again on its feet. This year more than twenty-five veter- ans returned, and with another large pledge class to work with, SAE is sticking to the top, where she has always been. All of the fraternities were hit hard during the war, and several are still on the rocks, but Sigma Alpha Epsilon, in holding her head high, is setting a standard toward which other fraternities can work. gg Top, legft to rzlghl: SAW, shut up!" Queue. Singspiel. All this and weiners, too. The cold shoulder. Bottom: f'Stop Pawing Me!" Single track minds. Is everybody happy? Babes in the woods. VVhois next? Grecian Orgy. 155 f A f kfxx, . -31 4" if 5 Qi. up - 1 fz? , 61. S F z. fl :N A fs'-ff.qI,v, , F , ',a,f,.,,wg!g:g2: I . .X ., 594, ,,..,. ,,,.fY,' A X fm A I f jwkgv 'L I If ,ffl ' ' 4 .. -I ' VI, iff X L, V- .W .L .U X N 8, J ' Pklfiifm, W f',1,.-:, als " WW' W' 'E 'N-if-I I " 9ZM1f '5fi':Ig:,. "Q iglglfxkr. A 15, fx iv, , I . f f HNF' igm Spafifon IJIVIISI row, lgff lo riglzl: ROLAND ANDERTON, WII.LIAM ARNETTE, MORRIS BENNETT, NEIL CLINE, CARLTON CRCJOKS. I Smnzrl row: THAD CRUMP, RAX'MOND DEITRICH, ROBER'F GIBSON, WILLIAM HARDING, MIKE HARMAN. 'l'hz'r1l row: T . -. ERY, ENNETH PEDERSON, VVILLIAM ROPER, ROBERT SI-IUE. HOMAS HOWARD, WIIIIAM MONTGOM K Fnzzrlh row: FLETCHER STIERS, KIR., GEORGE TERRY, HARRH' THOMPSON, JR., BEN TRIPI,ET'1', JESSE TUCKER, JAMES WORSHAM. .gw'4i:?.l!.'f ' ' - wiv- I 5- ,.4, ,f 5 ., .-YI, , , ty. Ea 44 .Q m A? MQ' QI iff, H. ' Eg ' ,Q- ' W +4 'Rf N s " f"fs,I, V. -1' W, .. MISS NANCY BLANKS Richmond, Virginia Q ll eye o',. '. 2 Z CD E 5 Q O AX . .0 Sigma cgpailon Founded at Richmond College in 1901 ivifzginia allplza Clzapier Colors: Royal Purple and Red When the Brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon returned to the University of Richmond campus, they found that Vir- ginia Alpha had not been one of the casualties of the war. The Chapter began its forty-fifth year on the campus with- out a house or room to use as a meeting place. Never- theless we have continued to carry on in the traditions set by our founders and built up through our years of progress. For the 1946-47 term the Chapter elected as its President, Thad Crump. He was aided and abetted by Bill Arnette as Vice-President,Jesse Tucker as Secretary, and Ben Trip- lett as Comptroller. Fletcher Stiers was elected to serve as the Chapter. Historian. Among the outstanding events on the social calendar was the annual Founde-r's Day Banquet held on Novem- ber 1. The guest speaker on this occasion was Congress- man Vaughan Gary, an Alumnus of Virginia Alpha. Bill Roper acted as the Chapteris Social Chairman and his outings will long be remembered by the Brothers. We will not soon forget the fine parties given by Brother Harry Thompson, especially those during the Cpenings, or that wonderful weiner roast when a certain Brother forgot the weiners! And then, there were the very memorable out- ings at Camp Richmond. In almost every campus activity Brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon are to be found participating, always doing their part. Sig Eps are to be found in positions of honor in campus groups as well as in the ranks, and they can always be called upon to do their part in any undertaking. This is part of the Sig Ep tradition! We remember that old song about looking for the cloud with the silver lining. The Sig Eps have found that cloud, but that isn't enough. We of Virginia Alpha want to deserve to keep it! There is another song that all Sig Eps know and love-it goes like this: "Should trouble betide me, Thou e'er will guide me, Sigma, dear Sigma Phi Epsilon true." Top, Jef! to right: Local boy makes good. Who done it? Bottom: Punitive Measures. Easter Egg Hunt. 157 40- 3 v nw, ,. .D sr. .W 1 O X ' ' I :I .Q ,.' , ' gs 1 1 A ' X f. A.. A 4- ' . 1 , , . Q, I . "- I ',.V': ', . ,.. ' 7 4'-' x1 A f I I A II I A . ,Y A 3 Qs' .T I A ' few? K ' 61 fi A Q W f I ,.,., In PM , .I My 1 5 . X v.,- J 4 Jr. 5 A , K. ia . YW A A . ll I' 4' lf' ' I I if A A W S I ,N ,.', . x , , V , ,, Af"f 4 , 'T '51 " I ' 1 M , IN ' ,., V I . 3 ,aj x X 4. M: . ll . W N. A , N i 'S ,. A i w mi -I " zx X, I 'vv J in M.: ,I f ,-,l, I IP 4 . . . ui 35253 -I., , A In 4 in ' ff' 48' ,.v,. , , . ,,,., em Il 4 . . , M I fi 1 9 f IX A Y, . 4' J A IPI! :M 1 ,A 3 ' V . ,-rm, H 4 X f-45 yi' A ' n ' 4 ' . W x ,xqdyhi-,L. , V. -- f fq..-Q5 ,x - A . 4 AF T , f ::"',,. 5 3 ., , I , A if f Y ' 2 It . f f Av A I ' mf x-I, vf-, ..,.1ff. In i'54T1'5 ' lzeia First row, iff! io right: HUGH ADAIR, DAN ALDRIDCE, GLENN ALLEN, BILL ASTROP, JIMMY BANKS, RALPH BARTRON, BOB BATEMAN. Second row: JOHN BATTE, SHELTON BELSCHES, TOM BONDURANT, MIKE BRADY, DAVE BRANCH, BARNEY BROWN, KENNETH BUTLER. Third row: CHUCK CARELOCK, CLINTON CHINA, DAVE CLAY, TAYLOR CRALI.E, JACK DENNY, BUDDY FISHER, ARNOLD FLESHOOD. Fourth row: JOHN GOODYEAR, WALLACE GORDON, RALPH HARGROVE, BILLY HARPER, ED HOLLADAY, JOE JAMES, GEORGE MADER. Fyfth row: WALT MAHON, DOC MARTIN, BILL MCCLURE, WALLY MCGRAW, ROSCOE NORTHEY, ALLEN OCLESBY, LEWIS OMER, III. Sixth row: JIM PHIPPS, JACK PORTERFIELD, ART RIDDELL, BUDDY ROSSER, BER- -I NARD SMITH, HAROLD SMITHSON, JACK STALLINGS, BOB STONE. Seventh row: SIMEON TAYLOR, BILL THORNTON, GRAYSON TIICK, PAT VELENOV- SKY, TOMMY WHITE, MAC WILLIAMS, MYRON YAGEL. MRS. JEAN W. WHITE 'Richm ond , Virginia J I v UO, wonder! How many goodly rwolzzrest are lllere here' Establlslqf-Cl at Richmond College in 1915 How f7FI1Iiff'Ull5 nionkfzzrl is! O firooe llflfi' world, C0101-S1 Red and white Publication. The Raffle . W' 'B Tim! liolh .surli people tiff!" W. SHAKESPEARE KQV, 1jeT!ze Tenipesl u '. ulf u,. . Umicfzon Cilzapter 0. C lzeia Cla Founded at Norwich University in 1856 The Bard undoubtedly was not thinking of the men of Qmicron chapter, or even of this century when he wrote those words, but his touch of mastery makes his words applicable to any time or people worthy of them. Now the past is behind us, and the future of the Hbrave new world" is before us. All could not share the same way in the work of the past, but all did share one way or another. Some did not come back to finish their dreams. lt is for them and for the generations of the future that we must build. Gurs is the chance, this is the time. There is a seriousness in the air that was never felt or known before as each man prepares for the role he is to play. This seriousness extends, as it naturally should, into the fraternity. This year Omicron of Theta Chi instituted its program of aid for the underprivileged. The program, which will expand with the years, was concentrated this year in the Christmas season. It was in the form of a party for underprivileged children and was a huge success with Dean Pinchbeck as Santa Claus and Bliss Monsell in the role of story teller. Thus the social aspect of the fraternity has broadened its field of view and meaning. Believing that fraternity should be well-rounded rather than concentrated in one field, Omicron has men in many of the campus activities. 'fThey also serve who stand and wait" is not the motto of the men of Omicron. john Batte was Senator-at-Large, and as Editor-in-Chief of the Web, was assisted by Myron Yagle, Tom XfVhite, Ed Holladay and joe james. Buddy Rosser played a good game of football and worked on the "Y" cabinetg Sim Taylor was one of the best presidents and 'fHouse Man- agers" the Players ever had, while Tommy XVhite served as Vice-President of the junior class: -jimmy Banks gave a lot of time and work to the Dance Committeeg Pat Velenovsky worked on the editorial staff of the A'fF5'.Y67Zg?7',' Glenn Allen took the helm of the "Chemistry Club" and found time to make good grades. Maiiy others gave their time to the fraternity in intramural sports and activities. The individual was subordinate to the group as Omicron of Theta Chi began its second year of peaceelooking forward to the future. Not content with merely the serious side, the men in the f'XVhite House on Roselawnw revived the "Bowery Ball." The "Mason-Dixon jubilee" was held in XVash- ington this year in conjunction with the chapters at Vir- ginia, Hampden-Sydney. and the University of lN1aryland. This was the "post-war" jubilee that was the topic of con- versation whenever two men of Cmicron met during the wareand it will be the topic of conversation for years to come. i if E , . f i ,.. ' gt, 2 1 - 1 E 1 f ag N-in 'e'. ? I .1 3 ,W 3' V, '4 1-- fi... it ee' Q Q. ififf ir' N wa. T Q-ff 2" 11 .. T rt' 4 as " Ni C. " - I ,N , ,am .fm rl' 'TTT ,. ff- ff Top, leyft to rzglzf: Let the other kids play with it a while. YVhoopee !! Father's Day. Hillbillies. Theta Chi iMansion. Which way to the Chaplain's ofiice? jackson Day Dinner. Bottom: How can they stand so close and be so far apart? The Aesthetic touch. just like Xmas. 159 micfzon abelfa Kappa For conspicuous attainment and service in collegiate activities, Omicron Delta Kappa, National Honorary Leadership Fraternity for men, rewards students of Rich- mond College twice yearly. In electing its Inembers, O.D.K. seeks men who have attained prominence in one and excellence in two Of five fields of endeavor: scholar- ship, leadership, social and religious affairs, athletics, pub- lications and forensics, dramatics and other cultural ac- tivities. Besides these qualifications, there are other points that are considered indispensable for leadership, character, intelligence, fellowship and consecration to democratic ideals. The purpose of O.D.K. is threefold: first, to rec- ognize men who have attained a high standard Of efficiency in collegiate activities: second, to bring together the repre- sentative men who will help mould the traditions and in- spire the ideals Of Richmond College, and to bring together members of the faculty and student body on a basis of mutual interest and understanding. For the most part, O.D.K. exerts its influence through the activities of its members. This is significant, for the members Of this fraternity are elected on the basis of their leadership On our CHITIPLIS. Each year, the Circle sponsors several cam- pus functions and lends its support to others. ' Omicron Delta Kappa was founded at Wfashington and Lee University in 1914. The Epsilon Circle at Richmond College was established in March, 1921, and together with forty-eight other active chapters in prominent universities throughout the country, has served the ideals upon which O.D.K. was founded. The Circle at Richmond College consists Of four active faculty members, a national officer, and the elected student if I mf 5 '-'4-'ss Y,j."2f" 'L '13, is :'f5tLA'V if M lVTARVIN JACKSON NULL President members. This year the officers were: Jack Null, Presi- dent: Solon Cousins, Vice-President: and Dr. Fred Caylor, Secretary-Treasurer. The active faculty members were: Dr. Caylor, Coach Pitt, Dean Cray, and Dr. Herman Thomas. Dr. R. C. McDanel served in an advisory capacity, and as a national Officer of 0.D.K. When, in solemn ceremony, a blackrobed member of C.D.K. rests the blue and red emblem Of the fraternity on the shoulder of a Richmond College student in a Chapel Service, our student body is cognizant of the fact that Leadership has been duly awarded. Fin! row, iff! to right: SOLON BOLIVAR COUSINS, JR., THADDEUS TALLEY CRUMP, PATRICK IGNATIUS FENLON, DOUGLAS BEWLEY GOFORTH, ROBERT CLIFTON LONG. Second row: DUDLEY WALTON MALLORY, JR., LOUIS FRANKLIN MILLER, JACK BRADBURY WILBOURNE, ROY BLANTON WYATT, JR., LAWRENCE MORTON YOFFY. 160 Z If., S fn. fl 'ff audi 1 if Nw Mrs f 1533 Z, ay Q4 Wing-r,-.wx F, A ,Mg-xfv . WW WEWQWWM V 47 1 'mmwm I. V'-dm: .HW 4 52 4- J i lVIANLEY CALDWELL BUTLER RUTH SONIA SCHIMMEL fr x as 'Q , 1 FRANK LAwsON PANKEY O STANLEY NORMAN ClOHEN ROY BLANTON WYATT, JR. KERMIT EUBANK MoKENz1E 'G' STRAUGHAN LOWE GETTIER Pi Delta Epsilon, national honoraryjournalism fraternity, was founded at Syracuse University in 1909 with the ex- press purpose of recognizing both men and women who had made outstanding achievements in the field of col- legiate journalism. The aim of the honorary fraternity is threefold: to ele- vate the cause of journalism, to foster the mutual welfare of student publications, and to encourage loyalty to the respective Alma Maters. Students, to qualify for membership, must have served on the staff of one or more campus publications for at least two years, and must have attained a responsible position on the staff of at least one of those publications. He must seek to improve campus publications through a sincere and unselfish interest. JOHN FEILD BATTE, JR. MARX' EDMONIA Cox THADDEUS TAI.LEX' CRUMP PAUL WELDEN DUKE HARfJI.D LLOYD FLAX aa Kappa allplna Tau Kappa Alpha, honorary forensic fraternity on the University of Richmond campus, strives not only to recog- nize high attainment in the forms of forensic activity, but to stimulate participation in these activities. T.K.A. has made as one of its goals this year the consolidation of the Richmond College and Westhampton College chapters into a University of Richmond chapter. This has been furthered by the combining of the debate teams of these two colleges into a university organization. The Richmond College Chapter has been greatly aided by the return of Mr. Jack R. Noffsinger, who was chosen as faculty adviser to T.K.A. and who has contributed to its activities in large measure. He taught a class in par- liamentary procedure early in the fall for the benefit ofthe officers and members of the literary societies. The presi- dent of T.K.A. was invited to sit with the Forensic Council this year to help plan and coordinate the events of the lit- erary societies and the debate team. T.K.A. considers the past year an excellent one for forensics, but it has worked with the aim of helping forensic activities of future years become still better. Officers for the year 1946-47 were Roy Wfyatt, Jr., president, and Stanley Cohen, secretary- treasurer. i ,Delia gpaifon Pi Delta Epsilon on the campus this year has grown steadily with the return of many of its former members from the armed forces and has welcomed to its ranks new members from the staffs of the Collegian, the Web and the Messenger. Publication staff members look with pride on the great step forward made throughout the year. Student journalists have given untiringly of their time and effort in meeting the needs of the largest student body in the history of the university. Publications had to grow to meet those needs, and it is of that growth that Pi Delta Epsilon is proud. These men and women have proved themselves worthy as leaders in campus publications, and in recognizing them, P.D.E. has given them the mark of the highest journalistic accomplishment. . ff: O .,. T 1' . 4 "1 if " HERMAN XJASSAI. FLEMING, JR. SYLVIA GAY HAIMOVI'1' M.ARGARE'I' PAGE HAWTIIORNE VVAITIZR BERNARD HOOVER ROBERT ClI.lFTON LONG HOWARD WHITE MOORE RUTH SONIA SCHIMMEL FLETCHER STIERS, JR. ClARI. FRANK VVENTZEI., JR. . - 0. N L:-fs-...H H 'as-..w 1 -if a 55 13 K ,, , fJA1,V','f J f L 'WT 1 Y, V, J V , 1- , 'T' N gif ,, , V 1 ,, ' 4 ', r I , , A , , AW ij? 2 Vf VV.-NV, 5 , : V ',.,VxfFJ yn ' ' WY N1 ' , 1' .',- V' -1, A. x " ,rf-X "y,'Q5F-5 Y--f.. ' ' .. "'e."'- -' , 'Vw--' 1'-7933:-.,CJg ff? 14" , "N':f?'f1',4','i,: Dqfn. '4 gvvy:,g,mj,:V73VV,,Q:p-A-f'J -x:-.QJQ 5:53, ,V,'V-pry-.1 ,Q,,,,,,'f,,':Vg--V-,VVVVX 'ISV si- Lg,mV1JCE,fvAv V W ,ff-i,,-qlf? 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VJ., 1 I ,,,.,f"'f' -'-- ff" Q f nu-.,. - .,..,f fx. .,' ' VX' J' fclxm -X -0' Wm 05 Zlze Jud, MARION KENNEDY HUSKE Arlington, Virginia ay au The first Saturday in lN4ay, traditionally May Day, means spring weather, sunshine, Howers, gay booths on the green, and a fairy-tale atmosphere. In the afternoon, hlarion Huske, attended by LaVinia Wfatson, maid of honor, and six lovely seniors, was crowned Queen of the lNIay in a ceremony in the Greek Theater. Then she was entertained by the sophomores, who, directed by Helen Conant, danced the May Pole dance. Afterwards supper was served out on the terrace behind Keller Hall, " 'Neath Wfesthampton pines we're singing .... " At twilight the freshmen, wearing white and carrying lanterns, wended their way up the hill to the Greek Theater, where they formed a "W" and sang. Then, going into the court, they serenaded the Queen beneath her window. The Queen was entertained royally that evening with the presentation of the dance-drama adapted from the fairy- tale i'The Twelve Dancing Princesses." Thereafter the Queen and her court danced the night away at a ball given by the sophomores in their honor. 'KM ., ,wa 1 ,j YA .g:.::, I I '-"' ill f11'f1' of lfmmr LAVINIA FOSTER WA'rsciiN Hampton, Virginia 9. vm The Queen and Her Court. Lqf! to riglzfs MARTHA BETTY TINSI,EX', ALICE RosE MARIE LANDI, ALICE ROXN'EN.'X BIASON, TXTARI- QN KENNEDY HUSKE, May Queen, HELEN VIRGINIA CHANDLER, JANIE COPENHAVER, NIARY ELIZABETH BROXVN. fffuicu iufeailzampion College JANIE COPENHAVER Bristol, Virginia ff 0 I7 Jud. Jzzclzmoncf Coffege WILLIAM CHARLES THORNTON,JR Chincoteague, Virginia ponaow Miss LOUISE. CARDOZO Arlington, Virginia C0llf'gz'mz MRs. ARTHUR L. W1I.i.1AMs Richmond, Virginia Law School W' f e , ' W Nw .. A . lg 'O if , k 5 5 V ' K f I V fx .. , lg S I I I no E1 K A.. 3 , yr-fm' 168 MRS. -IOI-IN F. BA'1"rE jarratt, Virginia The Web MR. CLAIBORNE G. VVI-iI'I'WOR'l'l-I Richmond, Virginia I1f'e.flha1nplon College P1 'fb Slaj' CAPTAIN JOsEPH CALDWEI,L HUSKE, USN Arlington, Virginia lfl'f'5tl1z1m,bl011 Collfgf Gozfcrnnzanl 11J'.YOCl.flll0lI Miss 'IEANNE YEAMANS Richmond, Virginia Richmond College Studenl GOUKVIIIHMI Miss RLISSELI, ELi.1o'1'T Bowling Green, Virginia Umifrmz Della Kappa MR. G. EDMOND M.ASSIE Richmond, Virginia Alnrlar Board ponaou Miss -IACQUELINE KIETER Charleston, VVest Virginia Varszfy Club EDWARD A. ZUERCHER, 'IR Dayton, Ohio T. IV.C.A. .el ,, MRS. LANVRENCE M. YOFFY Richmond, Virginia Honor' C0llIItAI4l INIR. R.ALPH P. BREEDING, AIR. Richmond, Virginia IlY!'5flIf1I7IfIf0!l Allzffflr .4.ir0r1'al1A011 ome-coming 1946 Eight hundred alumni are willing to affirm that the 1946 Home-coming on November 2 was the best occasion of its kind in Spider history. The centerpiece was a 19 to 7 football victory over the University of X'irginia's VVahoos. The show was prepared by a committee headed by Earle tPetel Dunford, '15, with a big assist from Rich- mond College students who went all out in showing the ol' grads a good time. Decorations were unusually at- attractive and featured a giant Spider web, held aloft by gas-inflated balloons. Alton VVilliams, versatile ace of all trades who teaches drama for a living but presides over barbecues for the fun of it, teamed with R. M. Stone, ,30, in preparing the bar- becue luncheon. Guests of honor at the barbecue were the girls of the lX1ary Wfashington College band. Top row, left to rfglzl: The Spider Bees tried hard but the junior varsity from the University of Virginia was too strong and triumphed 13 to 7. Chefs Robert M. Stone, '30, and Professor Alton Williams barbecue spareribs for the hungry multitude. Home-coming Queen Janie Gopenhaver tcenterl and her maids-of-honor Irene Barbour lleftl and Jacqueline Pitt were among the interested spectators at the junior varsity football game on Millhiser Field. .lI1'rlr1'!f' row: Alumni mill around the registration tables in front of Millhiser Gymnasium preparatory to participating in the days activities. Excellent judges of pulchritude as well as of the law, judge E. W. Hudgins, '05, and judge Burnett Miller, '31, get chummy with Home-coming Queen Copenhaver. lVIiss Copenhavcr goes to work on barbecued spareribs. She is seated between Senator A. Willis Robertson, '07, and Chancellor F. W. Boatwright. Bnllom row: "Neighbor" Raymond B. Pinchbeck, an honorary member of the Alumni Society, signs on the dotted line. President lN1odlin chats with two of the University's most distinguished alumni, Senator Robertson tcenterl and Representative Vaughan Gary, '12, The statisticians-are stillfadding up the number of pigs which died to provide the barbecued spareribs which the alumni polished off. s. NY ,. ff- 4 ,.-4" ,M Z f i 1 M112 W' , 3? ' x K' :, fi 1 JQJK Vx 'Dis ow You Are A72 UI' Ginza' You'll be surprised how often you turn the pages of this Annual during the years which lie ahead . . . how often your thoughts will return to this campus, the shimmer of moonbeams on the lake . . . of snow-coated pines . . . of dogwood in the spring. These memories you will carry through the years and treasure as you treasure the intellectual and spiritual riches which are yours because of your association with this University. Alma lX4ater wishes you Godspeed, and a joyful and fruitful life. 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RIcI-I1vIoND, VA. 4031 MacArthur Avenue I FOR YEARS MEN FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND HAVE BEEN STUDENTS AT COLGATE-ROCHESTER DIVINITY SCHOOL Colgate-Rochester Divinity School is located in a city of conspicuous cultural interests, and is housed in one of the most beautiful physical plants in America. A distinguished faculty of outstanding scholars and a restricted student body make possible the type ot professional training needed by the present day Christian minister. Keenly alert to the realities of the present hour and unrestricted to the tireless quest for new ways of relating the eternal truths of the Christian religion to the world's immediate needs, it offers its facilities to those who share its interests. EDWIN MCNEILL POTEAT, M.A., Th.M., D.D., Litt.D., President OREN HULING BAKER, M.A., B.D., PhD., Dean 1100 SOUTH GOODMAN STREET, ROCHESTER 7, NEW Yom: 189 Berkeley, Harold G.. . . , i JI Bruni, Rudolph H., ...,.....,. Box 403, South Hill, Va Aberncthy, VVilson H.. . . Abualy, Stanley .... . . Abernathy, James R., Adair, Hugh T. ..,. . Adair, Sidney T., . . Adams, Charles L.. . . Adams, John E. ..,. , iclzmoncf Colfege Stucfenia Of 5,16 niueuity . . .1219 Decatur St., Richmond, Va . . . . . .223 Halifax St., Petersburg, Va Aldridge, Frederick P. ...,. ...... 3 105 Hanes Ave. Aldridge, lNIelville D., .... . . .407 Ramsey Ave., Hopewell Alexander, Joseph B. Alford, YVilliam L.. . . Allen, Emmett L.. . . A1len.Jacquelin P.. . Allen, William G., Allev, Carroll O., Ir. Allrnnn, Phillip HT, Jr Almond, Charles T., Jr Alston, Clarence W.. Alverson, Harry L., . . . . , . . .728 Arlington Ave., Bristol, Va .. . .3601 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond Va . . . ..,. 3110 Enslow Ave., Richmond Va . . . . . , . . .Route 8, Box 399, Richmond Va , Richmond Va Va . . , . . . .1010 N. Belmont Ave. , Richmond Va . ....,.,. 352 Broad St., Portsmouth Va ,.....,............,GlenAllen Va .............,....RFDff2,ScottsburgVa 301 Green St., Emporia . . . .3013 Moss Side Ave. , Richmond Apt. 11, 3110 Park Ave., Richmond . ..... .... 3 14 N. Tilden St. , Richmond 3506 Enslow Ave., Richmond Va Va Va Va Va fZ,Claim Dept., Travelers Ins. Co., Birmingham, Ala Ambler, Gordon B., .... .2221 Monument Ave., Richmond Va Auburgey, William M., , .203 W. Franklin St., Richmond Va Amos, William C., Jr. .... . .2206 East Marshall St., Richmond Va Ancarrow, Newton H. .......,... PO Box 7005, Richmond 21 Va Anderson, Dwight H.. . Anderson, James B. .... . .3803 Chamberlayne Ave. Anderson, Normal C. . ....... 3508 Hermitage Rd. Anderson, Sattler B. ......,........,... Route 45, Richmond, Va Anderson, Thomas H. ,.... 702 Western Ave., Rocky Mount, N. C Anderton, Roland B., .... ..,... 1 520 Victor St. Va Apperson, Elder B. .... .,,..... 3 158 Ellwood Ave. Arcaro, Joseph V, ...., 2929 Northumberland Ave. Armstrong, Andrew A., .2029 Maplewood Ave. Armstrong, Thomas C., . .2602 Edgewood Ave. Arnest, Doudlas C.. ........... 2717 W. Grace St. Arnette, William R. ..... . Artis, Irwin . ...... . Ashby, James R., Jr.. . . . . . . .Grant , Richmond , Richmond, , Richmond , Richmond Va Va Vz Va , Richmond Va , Richmond, Va , Richmond Va ,Richmond Va . . .3008 W. Grace St., Richmond Va 2610 Flo d Ave., Richmond .....- y . . .3215 Parkwood Ave. Astrop, William B. ...... ,... 3 43 Albemarle Ave. Atkins, Herbert A., . . Atkinson, Bolling . . . Atkinson, John, Jr ..... August, Charles E.. . . . August, William T. . .. . . . . Aull, Roscoe S., Jr.. . . . Avery, Clarence P., Jr Avison, James O. ..... . Badendoch, William B., Bagby, Loniel B., Jr.. . . Baggett, Durward E., Jr. .... ..,... 2 220 Park Ave Bailey, Curtis C., Jr. ..... ....., 2 219 W. Grace St Va , Richmond Va , Richmond Va . . . .Box 74, Route 12, Richmond Va ......................Emporia Va . . . . . .1806 Seddon Rd. Richmond Va . , , .1905 Petersburg Pikei Riehnlunel 810 Virginia Ave., Martinsburg, wf Va Va . . .3225 6th St., S.E., Washington 20, D. C Va ... ......, 100 West 32nd St. , Richmond, . . . . . . . .6600 Prospect Rd., Richmond, Jr... 3203 Kensington Ave., Richmond, ........................Dumbarton, ., Richmond, ., Richmond, Richmond Va Va Va Va Va Bailey, James E., Jr.. ..,.... 3319 Kensington Ave., , Va Baird, Leonard S .... . .829 Quincy St., N.W., Washington 11, D. C Baird, Ray A. ........,. 829 Quincy St., N.W., Washington, D. C 3218 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va 3801 Alton Place, N.W., Washington, D. C Baker, John H., Jr. .......,.... . Baldwin, Joseph S., Jr Ball, Dale A. ......... ..... 2 07 Monument Square, Salisbury, Md Ball, Donald L.. .. . . ...,.... 207 Monument St., Salisbury, Md Ball, Kirk O. .................. 4107 Wythe Ave., Richmond Va Banks, James F., Jr .... ...... 3 04 E. Windsor Ave., Alexandria, Va Barbour III, Robert S ..... Halifax Road, South Boston, Va Barden, Elliott H. ................,,............... Amelia Va . . . . .1508 N. 23rd St., Richmond Barefoot, Nathan C., .3205 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond Barden, Thomas R. ....... . Barger, Walter B .... . Barley, Ray .......... ......,..........,... Barnett, William E. . . . . . Baronian, John N.. .... . . . . .....................Buchanan Va Va Va Stephens City Va .....................Berryville Va 1601 Hanover Ave., Richmond Va Benton, Clarence H., Jr Berger, Alvin ......... Berkebile, David Lewis. . Berman, Leonard .... Berman, Melvin G.. . . Bermont, Donald W.. . Bernard, Hunter . , . Bernard, Richard A., Jr Bernhart, Wesley C. . .. Bernstein, Albert .... . . Bernstein, Ernest M.. . ... . . . . . .2225 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va . . . .1031 19th St., Miami Beach, Fla . . . .307 Carson St., Richmond, Va . . . . .612 Pollock St., Richmond, Va . . . . . . .232 N. 20th St., Richmond, Va . . . .800 W. Marshall St.,'Richmond, Va . . . . . .702 Beach Ave., Rochester, N. Y . . . . . . . . . .1317 Leckie St., Portsmouth, Va . ..... . .3615 Missouri Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . .77 Pond St., So. Weymouth, Mass . . . . . . .300 E. Leigh St., Richmond, Va . . . . . .5232 W. Cary St., Richmond, Va Berz, Sidney L. . ...,......... 4412 Bromley Lane, Richmond Va Beverly, Paul B. . .. . . . Billingsley, Thomas H. Bishof, Chester A ...... Blackwell, Frank H.. . . Blake, Ernest G., Jr .... Blake, Preston, Jr.. . . . Blount, Charles H., Jr. Board, William S. . . .. Bode, Harry A. ...... . Boehling, James W.. . . . Bolen, Walter P. ..... . Bolling, Chester T. . . .. Bolster, Charles L., Jr. . . . Bondurant, Thomas L.. . . Bondurant, Thomas O.. . . Bonham, Robert P., Jr. . . Booker, Clayton C. .. . . Booker, Herman L... . . Booker, Lewis T. .... . Bournais, Larry. .. , . . Bowdler, William G. . . Bowen, Wilmer B., Jr. . Bowles, Samuel Fenton Bowman, Joseph W.. . . Boyce, Edward L. .... . Bradley, Walter L. . . . . Bradshaw, Robert A. .. Brady, Ernest S. ..... . Brady, Walter M.. . . . Bragg, Richard A.. . . Branch, Cary L. .... . Branch, David W. . . . . Bratton, Edward A ..,. Brauer, Otto C., Jr.. . Bray, John D. ...... . Brenner, Milton D.. . . . Bret, Russell C., Jr.. . . Briesmaster, Harry, Jr. Brizendine, John W.. . . 1912 Princess Anne Ave., Richmond, Va .707 Lafayette Blvd., Fredericksburg, Va . . . . . . . . . . . . .Star Route, Falmouth, Va 224 Lee Ave., Col. Hgts., Petersburg, Va . . . .909 Pine Ridge Rd., Richmond, Va .610 W. Princess Anne Rd., Norfolk Va . . .205-A N. David Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . .1033 Penmar Ave., Roanoke, Va . . . . .58 Willett Ave., South River, N. J . . . . .3021 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va . . .127 W. Pleasant Ave., Syracuse, N. Y .......................Esserville,Va . ........... Route 541, Stony Creek, Va . .4602 Merry Oaks Ave., Richmond, Va . ........................... Rice, Va . . . . . . . .700 Penn Ave., Bristol, Tenn . . . . .3215 Fendall Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . .3215 Fendall Ave., Richmond, Va . . . .4530 E. Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . .48 Bridge St., Frenchtown, N. J . . . . .Cipolletti, Rio Negro, Argentina . . . . . . . .Pemberton, Salisbury, Md . . . . . . . .3901 Park Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . . . . . .1002 Main St., Altavista Va 7 . .4509 Larchmont Lane, Richmond Va ................RFDf?1,SandstonjVa Box624, Crewe, Va . . . .3141 Ellwood Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . .6 Vista Ave., Lynchburg, Va . . . .1507 Rogers St., Richmond, Va . . . . .3213 Jeter Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . .3313 North Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . .8 Joan Terrace, Trenton, N. J . . .4202 Monument Ave., Richmond Va .............Box512,WestPoint, Va . , . . .220 28th St., Newport News, Va . . .205 N. Saratoga St., Suffolk, Va 7 ...................Croz1er,Va ....1908BSt., Portsmouth Va Broaddus, Willey R., III .... .......... B ox 1144, Martinsville? Va Brockenbrough, Benjamin W., Jr. 1617 Rinceton Rd., Richmond, Va Brooks, John V.. . ............... 924 16th St., S.E., Roanoke, Va Brooks, Saunders MCR., Jr.. .3314 W. Franklin St., Richmond Va Brower, Hugh D., Jr. .... . . .759 Yorkshire Rd., N.E., Atlantai Ga Brown, Douglas O., Jr. ....... 1405 Avondale Ave., Richmond, V Brown, Frank W. ..... ....... 6 06 Forest Ave., Martinsville, Va Brown, George W.. . . ......... 1707 Third Ave Richmond, Va Brown, Irby B. . . . ......... 5702 Kensington Ave Richmond, Va Brown, James R., Jr. . . . ....................... Sperryville, Va Brown, William A ....... .......... 2 18 S. Blvd Richmond, Va Browning, Robert A., Jr. ...... 4005 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va Bruce, George W. ....... .................... . .Ellerson, Va Bruce Walter T. '. ..... ..... 4 010 Hanover Ave Richmond, Va Jr. ..... . 4102 W. Franklin sul Richmond, Va Baroody, Maurice G... . . ..... 1502 Sauer Ave., Richmond Va Bartron, Ralph W., Jr Bashaw, Quarles A. .. Batemen, Robert E.. . . Batte, John F., Jr .,.. Baughan, John T. . . . Bawsel, Gordon D.. . . . .. . ........ 142 N. King St., Hamptonz Va . . . .6506 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va . . . .1133 Larchrnont Cres., Norfolk, Va ...,....................Jarratt,Va .....1212 N. 23rd St., Richmond Va . . . . . . .Route 1, Box 299, Riehnunnel, , Va Bayles, Marvin A ..,........ 115 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y Baylor, William F., Jr Baysinger, William L. .. . . ...... 622 N. Boulevard, Richmond, Va . . . . . . .2109 Barclay Rd., Richmond, Va Bayton, John J., Jr .... .....................WestNorfolk,Va Beazley, Hunter G .........,....... 3117 1st Ave., Richmond, Va Beck, Charles E. , . .. . . Beck, Robert E. , .. . . . . . . . .2314 Maplewood Ave., Richmond, Va Belsches, Shelton T.. . . Bennett, Morris W. . . . .107 E. Madison Ave., Collingswood, N. J ...........................Carson,Va .....,.928 Park Ave., Richmond, Va Bryan, William W., Jr.. ..... 208 Confederate Ave., Richmond, Va Buffo, John D. ..... . . . Buford, Charles W., Jr. . . Bull, George N., Jr. . . .. . . . . . .236 E. Broadway, Hopewell, Va . . . . .58 Garden Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y . . . .1015 Woodrow Ave., Norfolk, Va Bull, Jack P.. . ................................... Bloxom Va Burdette, Sehva L., Jr.. .. ......... 2834 Third Ave., Nitro, wi Va Burgess, James W., II. .1306 Washington Ave., Fredericksburg, Va Burnette, James D. . . . ....... 3003 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va Burnley, George F ..... ....................AppleGrove,Va Burruss, William R. .... .... 1 00 Gun Club Rd-., Richmond, Va Burton, Ashby J., Jr .... .......... 8 09 East St., Culpeper, Va Burton, Forest H.. . . . Burton, John R. ..... . Burton Reuben, Jr. . . . . . . . . .2506 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va . . . .519 N. Sheppard St., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . . .705 N. Blvd., Richmond, Va Burtoni Thomas G. .... .... 4 308 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va Butler, Howard W ..... .... 2 912 Hanes Ave., Richmond, Va Butler, Manley C. . . . . . . . . .Wildwood Rd., Roanoke, Va Butler, Nathan W .... . . . Butler, Raymond K., ,Ir.. Butler, William E., Jr. . . Butterworth, Iohn F., III. . Bnsnnu, David A., jf., . . Bussells, Clifford L.. . .. . Byrne, Louis P. .. . . ...................Midlothian . . .5303 Willow Lawn, Richmond 3446 Grove Ave., Richmond .4106 Kensington Ave., Richmond ....................ChaseCity ......1618 Park Ave. , Richmond . . . . . .9 Pickett Ave., Sandston Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Byrne, William T.. . . ...., 1801 Floyd Ave., Richmond Va Cain, Roy N. ...,.... . ....................,... Carson Va Calisch, Elliott W. ......... 3018 Kensington Ave., Richmond Va Camden, Donald B. .... ...........,........... B ig Island, Va Campbell, Caleb G., ....., 312 71st St., Newport News, Va Campbell, Calvin A. . . . .... 317 N. Cleveland St., Richmond, Va Campbell, john E.. .. . . .,...... 206 Water St., Martinsville, Va Campbell Morris E.. ........................... Tye River, Va Campbell Ross L.. .. . .... 1207 Confederate Ave., Richmond, Va Costin, Winford C. .... . Cottrell, George A., . . Coulbourn, Joseph W. .... . . . . Cousins, Solon B., Cousins, Wilton G., ,Ir Cowan, -Iames B. ..... . Cowles, Clarence E.. .......... . . Cox, Henry W.. .. . .. Crabtree, George W. V. -. 1 i Cralle, ,jesse L. .... . . Caravati, Charles E.. . . . Carelock, Charles V.. . . . Carlton, Curtis Crute. . . . . . . . .2818 DuPont Circle, Richmond, Va . . . . . . . .2408 Atlantic St., Hopewell, Va . . . . . . . . . .Rt. 3942, Box 37-C, Halifax, Va Carneal, George W. . . .. 1124 W. Grace St., Apt. 5, Richmond, Va Carneal, James D., III. . . Carrin ton William G.. g 7 Carson, Crote D.. ..... . . . . . . .1613 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va .................Routeff1,Nelson,Va .............RFD 1942, Appornattox, Va . . .900 N. 35th St., Richmond, Va . . . . . . .904 Young St., Richmond, Va .Chesterfield Ave., Lancaster, C . . . . .4215 Stuart Ave., Richmond, 3139 Ellwood Ave., Richmond, 2510 Seminary Ave., Richmond, .427 Halifax St., Petersburg, 612 Spottswood St., Fredericksburg, WDP. W. C. Henderson, Nassawadox, 1690 lNIt. Vernon Ave., Petersburg, v Cralle, Thomas T. .... ..... 1 690 Mt. Vernon Ave., Petersburg, Crawford, Richard L., ,Ir ..... 2319 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, Crawford, Robert R. . Apt. 7, Bldg. 27, Diesel School, Richmond Creadick, William R., 1300 Harrison St., Apt. C-601, Wilmington, Crescioli, Louis A. . . ............. 518 N. 11th St., Richmond, Crews, Samuel W. ..... ....,,... 4 605 Decatur St., Richmond, Crooks, Carlton A. .... . . .RFD 13, University Hts., Richmond, Crosier, Roscoe H., jr ....................... Bon Air, Cross, Oliver B. ........ ................... G len Allen, Crowder, Fred A. ..... ...... B ox 289, Route 8, Richmond, Crump, Robert L. ..., ..........,......... W interpock, Crump, Thaddeus T. ..... 1100 Fourqurean's Lane, Richmond, Crumpton, Kenneth, jr. ....... 4422 W. Grace St., Richmond, Carson, Walter L., Jr. Carter, Edward R.. . . . Carter, Herbert F., jr. Carter, ,Iohn M. .... . Carter, William E., jr. Cary, Stuart B... . . . . . Cash, Lawrence M.. .. . .... .. Cash, Thurman S.. . . . Castleberry, Robert . Cather, Morris E., Caulkins, Thomas H. . Causey, Raymond B. . Cavedo, Frank A., Chalkely, Ramon E., jr Chamberlayne, John H., III Chandler, Charles T.. Chandler, Richard A. . . .. . . . .3416 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond Va ... . . . . . . .1505 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va . . . .2610 W. Main St., Richmond, Va . . . . . .1914 4th Ave., Richmond .....1914 4th Ave., Richmond . . . . .604 N. 35th St., Richmond ......608 W. 19th St. 14 Kemper Court, Sandston, , Richmond, 924 W. Franklin St., Richmond . .302 S. Braddock St., Winchester 7 7 7 7 Va Va Va Va Va Va , Va Cathrall, Raymond L., ,Ir ......... 211 Union Ave., Stratford, N. ,I 4002 Va. Place, Washington 16, D. C ..... .821 W. 30th St., Richmond . . . . .3428 Stuart Ave., Richmond, . . . . . .700 N. Belmont Ave., Richmond .....................BrookHill 7 7 7 .. . . . . . . .2907 W. Grace St., Richmond, .2306 Newton Circle, Richmond . . . . .2211 Pleasant St., Richmond Chandler, Bobby H. .... 4664 Washington Ave., Newport News Chandler, Robert D.. . Chapman, David R. . . Chappell, Amos T.. . . Chappell, john R., III. .. . Chappell, William P.. Charlton, Hubert W., J Cheely, Needham S. ..... . . Cherry, Russell T., jr. Chevalier, Paul L., China, Clinton L. .... . Chinnis, Carter C .... . ..... 1622 Claremont Ave. . . . . .2222 Park Ave. ... .3418 Noble Ave. . . . . .103 Park St., ........Box42, , Richmond , Richmond , Richmond Martinsville Fork Union, . . . . . .530 High St., Petersburg, .. ........ 1039 "A" St., Portsmouth . . . .4018 Clinton Ave. ....1426 N. 23rd St. , Richmond , Richmond . . . . . . .2024 Park Ave., Richmond 9 7 7 9 7 7 7 Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Cumby, Guyon W. .... ...... 4 705 New Kent Ave., Richmond, Cummings, Harry L.. .... .... 1 1 Williamsburg Rd., Sandston, Cummings, Milton T., Jr. .... 205 N. Mulberry St., Richmond, Cunningham, Gerald A. .. Currier, Frank T. ..... . . . I JF . . . .2900 Idlewood Ave., Richmond, . . . .505 S. Duois Ave., Richmond, Christy, Roland D. . Ciola, Louis A. . . . Clark, john L. .... . , Va . . .... 136 Coolidge Ave., Syracuse 4, N. Y Va . , . . . . . .951 Woodrow Ave., Norfolk, . . . .Prestwould Apts., Richmond 20, Va Clark, Martin F. ..... ......................... S tuart, Va Clarke, Herbert E... . .... 3207 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va Clarke, john R... . . . . .3131 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va Clarke, Shirley E .... ................. 1 0 Main St., Ettrick, Va Clark, Edward T., ..... 205 West Picadilly St., Winchester, Va Clay, David S... . .i ...... 405 Oaklawn Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C Claybrook, Fred W., ..... .... 4 026 Clifton Ave., Baltimore, Md Cline, Neil R. ................ 7317 Yorktown Drive, Norfolk, Va Coats, Robert Kennon ........ 3341 West Cary St., Richmond, Va Cocco, Michael W. .... .......... 6 28 N. 8th St., Allentown, Cochran, George D.. .. . .... 3009 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Codd, John A ...... Cohen, Stanley N.. . . . Coker, Charles L., J 1' Pa Va . . ....... . .625 Court St., Portsmouth, Va . . . . . .117 S. Colonial Ave., Richmond, Va .. . ..222 N. Edgeworth St., Greensboro, N. C Cole, Frank B. .................. 518 W. 25th St., Richmond Coleman, Claudius S ...... .... 2 217 Grove Ave., Richmond Coleman, Herbert L., . . .... 41 Old Mill Rd., Richmond Coleman, Thomas E., ..,.... 2008 Farrand St., Richmond Collawn, Karl H. ........... 3021 Parkwood Ave., Richmond, Va ,Va ,Va ,Va ,Va Collier, Nathaniel N., Jr. .... ..... 3 113 Park Ave., Richmond, Va Collins, Posie L., jr. ..... ............ R idgewood Rd., Bassett, Va Collins, Ray A. ...... ......................... F ront Royal, Va Combs, Robert H.. . Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Va Connelly, Hester W., Jr. . . .. . .1214 Sweetbrier Ave., Roanoke, Va Constant, Tony ..... ..... ......... 2 2 8 Pinner St., Suffolk, Va Conti, Gordon E. .............. 508W N. 26th St., Richmond, Va Cook, Elbert V. ................ 1105 Decatur St., Richmond, Va Cook, Huestis P., Jr .......... 5505 Rewdley Road, Richmond, Va Cooley, Harvey R. .Apt. 15, Bldg. 28, Diesel School, Richmond, Va Copeland, Charles H. ...... 606 N. Nansemond St., Richmond, Va Coppedge, Charles W. .... ...................... P owhatan, Va Corder, William L. .... ............. H aymarket, Va Corley, John G., II .... . .......... RFD 741, Midlothian, Va Cosby, Beverly R. .... ............. R FD 744, Lynchburg, Va Cosby, Steve .... . . .... 1811 E. Marshall St., Richmond, Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Del Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Curtier, Wesley, ., .. .. ..... 723 W. Race St., Pottsville, Pa Dance, Richard ...... ...................... M idlothian, Va Dandridge, james A. . . . . . .3016 Moss Side Ave., Richmond, Va Daniel, David T. ..... ..................... L andrum, C David, Charles.. . . ........ Rt. 15, Box 313, Richmond, Va David, John, .. . ......... Rt. 15, Box 313, Richmond, Va Davis, Charles H. , . . . . .1412 Confederate Ave., Richmond, Va Davis, Henry H.. . . . ....................... Columbia, Va Davis, Ivan P.. , .... ............... B ox 174, Dillwyn, Va Dawkins, Joseph B ................... 309 Erin Ave., Monroe, La Dawson, Clarence I. ............. 3122 N. 3rd St., Richmond, Va Day, William C. ......... 2604 Kensington, Apt. 3, Richmond, Va Deane, john A., .. ...................... New Canton, Va Decker, Chase S. ...... . . .308 St. David's Lane, Richmond, Va DeHardit, George .... . . .4001 Cutshaw Ave., Richmond, Va Dempsey, john H.. ...... ...................... L ignum, Va Denney, John W. . ....,... . . .3205 Barton Ave., Richmond, Va Derieux, Willard ................ 8576 Granby St., Norfolk, Va Dringer, Douglas McL., jr. . .1404 Claremont Ave., Richmond, Va Dew, Thomas W., Jr. . . .. . .3403 Maplewood Ave., Richmond, Va Dick, Charles C. . . ........... 606 Gladstone Ave., Richmond, Va Dickerson, Charles D., jr. .............. 203 Guy Ave., Crewe, Va Dickinson, Frank P. ...... .... . .Route ffl, Fredericksburg, Va Dickinson, Vivian E .... ..................... B umpass, Va Dickson, jack E. ....... . . .3326 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va Diemente, Nicholas . . ..... 3321 North Ave., Richmond, Va Dietrich, Raymond ......... 3114 W. Moore St., Richmond, Va Dietz, james E. .... . . 304 Wilson Ave., Morgantown, W. Va Dietz, William P ....... 304 Wilson Ave., Morgantown, W. Va DiServio, Anthony D. .... ............ 3 07 Pine St., Camden, N. I Doane, Clarence W.. . . Dodd, A. D. .... .... . Doley, Walter. .. . . . Dolsey, Bernard ..... . Doonan, William ...... Dorsey, Charles H., jr.. Dorsey, William E. .... . Doss, William H. .... Ap Doub, William H., jr. .. Douglas, Morris T ..... Downs, Robert S.. .. Doyle, joseph. ....... . Doyle, Preston W.. ..... . . . Doyle, William Eldridge .... Dudley, Alfred T ....... Duggan, David F ...... Duke, Paul W.. . . . .. Duley, Robert K. . .. Duling, Philip C. . . . . Duling, Robert W.. . . Duncan, Cecil E ...... Duncan, Elbert F., . Dunford, Edward L.. .. Dunford, ,Iunius E., Jr. . Dunklee, Edward E. . . . Dunn, Harry E. . .... . , Dunnavant, Robert H. . Duval, George E.. .. . . . Dyer, Kennard C.. . . . Edel, Donald G.. . .. Edgar, james H ..... . .1930 Westwood Ave., Richmond, Va .. . . .216 W. 32nd St., Richmond, Va . . .117 Lloyd St., New Haven, Conn . . . .701 Louisiana St., Richmond Va . .207 Lakewood Ave., Richmond w a .2904 Monument Ave., Richmond, 304 Brown Ave. t. ',g!1','1'2O7 W. Franklin St.,,RlCl1IDODCl . . . . . 1205 Taylor Ave., Richmond ......417 W. 24th St., Richmond ... . . .920 Park Ave. , , Richmond, Hopewell, . . . . .3100 Stuart Ave., Richmond, . . 40296 S. Laurel St., Richmond, . . . . .3100 Stuart Ave., Richmond .2822 Monument Ave., Richmond, . .3108 Woodrow Ave., Richmond, . .2630 Irisdale Ave., Richmond, . . . .4011 Monticello, Richmond . . .3324 Barton Ave., Richmond . . . . .3324 Barton Ave. , Richmond .2915 Seminary Ave., Richmond ................Penn1ngtonGap . . .318 Greenway Lane v w w w 1 1 Richmond, .318 Greenway Lane, Richmond, . . . . .3911 Park Ave., Richmond, . f f .... 525 Arnold Ave. , Richmond 3020 ldaplewood Ave., Richmond . . .3708 Dunstan Ave., Richmond . .3039 Moss Side Ave., Richmond . . . .3329 Hanes Ave., Richmond ...RFD 543, Stop 18, Richmond s 1 a 7 1 7 Va Va Va Va Va V a Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Edmonds, John T Eley. Douglas C. . . Ellett. Lowell E.. .. Elliott. John . Elliott. John P.. . . . Elliott. Roland J... . . Ellwanger, James F. . Elmore, Fletcher L. . . Emerick, Oscar L. , ll' Endicott, George R.. Englcdovc, Giles C.,- Eubank, Charles L.. . Eubank, Clavel T.. . . Eubank, Clavcl T.. . . Evans, Albert H. . . .. Evans, Blackwell B. . . Ewing, Channing Lester. . . Fallin, Ira B., . . . .. Fanney, Julius H., Jr Farley, Harold I .,... Farmer, Wclford S.. . Farmer, William C. . . Fary, Doran W. ..,. . Feeley, Hugh A... Fendler, Donald B.. . . Fendrick, Leonard Fenlon, Patrick I.. Fenlon, Robert W7 if . . .527 Glasgow St., . .Accomac, Portsmouth, 2901 Seminary Ave., Richmond . . . .2420 Grove Ave., Richmond . . .3228 Grove Ave., Richmond 9 7 a Va Va Va Va Va ......523 Keen St., Danville, Va ....................Gladys,Va .....................Alberta, Va ............Box 323, Purcellvillc Va . . .807 Lancaster Rd., .......100 Blvd., . . .2406 Lamb Ave., . . . . .2406 Lamb Ave., . . . . .3600 E. Broad St., . . .... 5501 Riverside Dr., ...............East Richmond Richmond . . . .Phenix, Richmond, Richmond, Richmond, Richmond Lake Wein,, .....................Lottsburg 7 Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Fla Va . . . .605 College Ave., Greensburg, Pa 341, Bluefield, Va . . . .3518 Missouri Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . .2111 Ginter St., Richmond, Va Locust Hill ,Va ....119 Valley St., New Philadelphia, Pa . . .486 Murray St., Pelham Manor, N. Y ........313 Wolfis Lane, Pelham 65, N. Y . . . .2131 15th St., N.W., Washington, D. C . . . .2131 15th St., N.W., Washington, D. C Fergusson, John B ..... Ferguson, William J., Jr Figg, Walter C., Jr.. . .. Filling, James H., Finney, William G.. . . Fisher, Galvin L. .... . . Fisher, Charles . . . Fitzgerald, Robert E.. . Fitzgerald, William W.. Fitz atrick Ta lor 4642 Kensington Ave., 4513 Stockton St., Richmond Richmond Va Va ...3116 Fendall Ave., Richmond, Va ...................Woodville Va .......................Alsop,Va ...3900 W. Braod St., Richmond, Va ...............Box484,Galax Va . . . . . . .2817 Floyd Ave., Dillwyn, . . . .416 W. Locust St., Covington, p , y . . . ......... 1704 Carlisle Ave., Richmond Flannagan, Samuel H., III ................. Box 252, Louisa Va Va Va Va Md Flax, Charles E. .............. 3408 Rosedale Rd., Baltimore, Flax, Harold L ........................... Box 182, Exmore, Va Flax, Richard .... ....... 2 832 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va Fleming, Herman V., Jr. ..... .... 2 21 Terminal Bldg., Norfolk, Va Fleshood, Arnold P. ...... ........................ J arratt, Va Flint, Jack L. . . . .... ...................... B urkeville Va Flowers, Earl N.. . .. Flowers, William L.. Fogg, Ford H Temple Whitt H. Aubrey, Jr. Ford Richard A.. . . Ford Robert D.. . .. Fore, Alvin P. .... . Fore, Harry W., Jr.. Fore, Philip W., Jr. . . Fortna, John D. E. ..... . . Foster, John R., Jr. .... . . Foster, Junius E., Jr. . Fox, Edward Jr. . . Fox, James Ellis ..... Frederick, Philip, . Frese, Ernest E ...... Froom, George A.. . . Gahegan, Lee M.. . . . Gale, Charles W. .... . Va . .117 Chapel St., Clarksburg, . . . .121 Chestnut St., Brooklawn, N. J Va . . . . . . .2704 3rd Ave., Richmond .Westmoreland Place, Richmond . . . . .3220 Stuart Ave., Richmond . . . . .3220 Stuart Ave., Richmond . . . .4217 Hollings St., . .... 259 Broad St., Richmond 7 Portsmouth, ........215 Park Ave., Culpeper .3013 Seminary Ave., Richmond 4901 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond . . .Hudgins 7 7 , Va . .112 Revere Pl., Silver Springs, Md 2619 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . .2518 Grove Ave., Richmond, .......Rt. 1, Box 41, Richmond, .1432 Ferndale Ave., Petersburg, Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va . . . .6530 Oswego Place, Seattle, Wash Va . . .2824 W. Grace St., Gale, Jack McG., .. .. . . Galloway, Joseph E., Jr ..... Gammon, Edward C. . Gans, Walter J. ...... . Garber, John H., Jr. . Garber, Paul Russell. Garland, Landon W.. . . . Garren, Joseph F., Jr Garren, William H.. Garrett, Ernest G., Jr Garrett Leo R. .... . Gibson, Robert G.. . Garrett Richard W. Garrett Stuart W.. . Garst, Richard L.. . Garvey, William D.. Gates, Alfred P. . . .. Gatling, Claude L.. . Gatlin, Edward R.. . Gee, David L ....... Gee, William N., Jr. Gentil, Kenneth G.. Getticr, Straughan L. Gibbs, George J. . . . Gibson, Robert G.. . Gibson, Robert L. . . Gillikin, Levi, .. Richmond smithfaeidi .3119 W. Franklin St., Richmond Va Va . . .704 Rothesay Rd., Richmond, Va . . . . . .3408 Park Ave., Richmond, Va .. . . . . .261 Cary St., Hampton, Va .........261 Cary St., Hampton, Va .112 Cathedral Place, Richmond, Va . . . . .200 W. 33rd St., Richmond Va . . . .200 W. 33rd St., Richmond ............RFD!45, . . . .701 W. 32nd St., 2805 Monument Ave., Richmond? Richmond Richmond 7 7 .......................Bollsville, ......1612 Mosby sf., Richmond, . . . . . .501 Rives Rd., Martinsville . . . .720 Northside Ave., Richmond . . . . .1007 N. 35th St., Richmond . . . .2401 E. Grace St., Richmond . . . .2808 Park Ave., .................Box362,Victoria ......................Kembridge 2901 Chamberlayne Ave . . . . . . .2212 Stuart Ave., . . . . . . . .1424 Rogers St., 2805 Monument Ave., Richmond 2800 DuPont Circle, 's 1 Richmond, Richmond? Richmond Richmondi Richmond? 4910 Colonial Ave., Norfolk 7 3 7 7 7 Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Gill, George T. ..... . Gill, William C., . . Gill, William H.. .. . . .. Glenn, Charles H., Jr. . ......... . . . . .4308 Newport Ave., Richmond, Va 4308 Newport Ave., Richmond, 3011 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Goetz, Ernest . ....... 2702 Chamberlayne Ave., Goforth, Douglas B.. .. . . . Goforth, William w., 11-.. if Goldfarb, Philip L. ..... . Goldstein, Reuben . .. . . Goldston, Edgar C.. . . . Goode, Benjamin S. ..... . Goode, John ............ Goodwin, Edward L.. . .. Goodwyn, Hilton W., Jr.. Goodyear, John P. . . ......... 126 N. Jefferson St., Gordon, Wallace B.. . . . . . Gorman, Kenneth . Graeber, Richard N.. . . Gravitt, William H.. . . . Gray, Frederick T.. . . Gray, Robert Z.. . . . Greene, James . . . Greene, Robert .... . Gregory, Carlton E... . . Gregory, Todd R. ...... . Gresham, William D ..... Griflin, John D. ........ . Grigsby, William C., . 45 Elder Pl., Indian Head, Md Richmond, 410 Morningside Hts., Lexington, 410 Morningside Hts., Lexington . . . . . . .532 N. 18th St., Richmond, . . . . .1501 W. Cary St., Richmond, . . . . . . . . .204 Liberty St., Petersburg, 732 McCormick St., Clifton Forge, .......................Delaplane, . .6321 Three Chopt Rd., R'ichmond, . . . . . . 1902 Princess Ave., Richmond, Petersburg, . . .1216 Laburnum Ave., Richmond, . . . .105 N. Belmont Ave., Richmond ........16Todd Place , Ossining, N Y 7 fill, Virgilina, Va ...............Route79f2,Chester,Va . . .177 W. Sevier St., Kingsport, Tenn . . . . . . . .422 King St., Portsmouth, Va . . .1817 Laburnum Ave., Richmond, Va .......................Callands,Va . . . . .2810 Fendall Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . .43 Old Mill Road, Richmond, Va . . .2235 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . .805 Fairmont Ave., Bristol, Va Grimmel, Glenn O. . ..................... Route 51, Vienna, Va Gross, William R. ..... ...... 3 232 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va Giovanetti, Bernard E.. . . Gordy, Newell S. ..... . Grubb, John B. ..... . Grubbs, James R. ..... . Gulick, Russell L. ...... . . . .1815 Carrington St., Richmond, Va . . . .2404 Barton Ave., Richmond, Va ..............RFD7944,Chatham,Va . . . .2206 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, Va .....................Fairlee,Vermont Gustafson, Wilbert H. . ..... 603 S. Nansemond St., Richmond, Va Hadjian, Robert K.. . . . Hagood, Ralph . . Hales, William L.. . . . Hall, Charles N. .... . Hall, Cleveland E. .... . . Hall, Lloyd T. .... ..... . Hallman, William N., Jr. . Hambleton, George P.. . . Hamilton, CliH'ord C. . . .. . . . . . .47 Washington St., Milton, Mass . . . . . . .823 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va . . . .106 Richmond Ave., Petersburg, Va .....................Rupert,W.Va ....................SouthHil1,Va .. . . . .1810 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va . . .. . .800 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va . .4538 E. Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va Hankins, James P. . . . ..................... . . . . . Hancock, William M. . .. . Hannabass, Howard H., J Hanner, Robert N., Jr.. . . Hanson, Benjamin G. .. . .. Hanson, William P.. . . . Hantin, Joseph C. . . . . . Harbaugh, Gerald A.. .. . Harding, Donald E. .... . . Harding, George S., Jr. . . Harding, George S., Jr. . . Harding, William C. .... . Hare, Ray M., Jr ........ I'. ...... . 200 Tuckahoe Blvd., Richmond . . .Halifax 6431 Roselawn Road, Richmond 458 Wasena Ave., Roanoke 345 Gulf St., Sanford, N C 2205 W. Main St., Richmond 2415 Hanover Ave., Richmond . . .2013 E. Broad St., Richmond . . . . . . .109 W. Tenn. Ave., Crewe . . . .2818 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Va . . . .3116 Parkwood Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . .2006 Hillside Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . .4302 Bromley Lane, Richmond, Va . . . . .1907 Oakdale Ave., Richmond, Va Hargrove, Ralph Nicholas. ....... 709 W. Jones St., Raleigh, N. C Va Harlow, Albert L. ...... . Harman, Michael G.. . . . . . . . . . . . .211 Va. Ave., Front Royal, . . . . .4321 Hanover Ave., Richmond Va Harper, Charles W. .... ...... 1 101 N. Augusta St., Staunton: Va Harper, James W ...... Harper, William E., Jr. . . . . . .1221 S. Meadow St., Richmond, Va . . .4200 Bromley Lane, Richmond, Va Harrell, Rochelle S. ................ 525 W. 34th St., Norfolk, Va Harrelson, James E. .... . Harris, Ernest L ......... Harris, John M. . . . . . . . . . . . .903 Chalmus St., Martinsville, Va .29 E. Southampton Ave., Hampton, Va .213 S. Victoria Ave., Atlantic City, N. J Harris, Ransom B. ....................... Box 12, Hudson, N. C Harris, Russell B.. ..... . . Harrison, Edward M., Jr. Harrison, William B ..... Hart, Clisby B. ......... . Harvard, Ralph O.. . . . . Harvey, Charles A.. . . Harvey, James M ........ Harvey, John H. . ..... . . Harvie, Llewellyn K., Jr.. . . . . . .3709 Patrick Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . . .309 Allen Ave., Hopewell, Va . . . . .Route 14, Box 92-A, Richmond, Va . .24 E. Williamsburg Rd., Sandston, Va . .1610 Confederate Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . . .308 S. Main St., Erwin, Tenn . . .209-A N. 28th St., Richmond, Va . . ..................... Roseland, Va .. ..... 313 Dundee Ave., Richmond, Va Harwood, John P ............. 1647 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va Hassett, Joseph Michael. . . . . . . . . . . .128 Fayette St., Staunton, Va Hasty, Lewis B .......... 327 Charlotte St., Roanoke Rapids, N. C ' Va Hawkes, Claude S.. . . . . Hawkins, Frank C. . . . . Hawkins, John B., Jr. . . Hawthorne, John D. . .. . . Hawthorne, William A.. .. Hebert, Raoul R ........ Hefferman, James D... . Heflin, Robert M. ...... . Heller, Abraham S. .... . ........................Wellv1lle, . . . . . . . .413 S. Main St., Blackstone, Va . . . . .703 E. Pythress, Hopewell, Va 7?1,Bristol,Va . .......... RFD 7943, Kenbridge, Va . . . . . . . . . . .22 S. Blvd., Richmond, Va . . . .909 Marge St., Fredericksburg, Va ......................Thornburg,Va . . . .3101 E. Marshall St., Richmond , Va Hellerman, Leonard P.. 72 Westbourne Parkway, Hartford 5, Conn . Jones, Laurie P.. . 4 . . . ....4.4.....4.4.4..4.NewCanton,Va Kay. Holmes, Raymond T.,iJr ....... Route 15, Box 306, Richmond Va Henderson, William W Hendrick, Frank . 4 . 4 4 4 Henkes, Stephen P.. . . Henley,G. 4 Hensley, David R.. . . Hermelin, Murray ........ Herrink, Louis S., Jr. ....,......,.. 4 . . .623 E. Tracie St., Charlotte, N. C . . . .2118 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . 42119 Geneva St., Racine. Wis. Va . . . 4 42106 Enslow Ave., Richmond . . 4 . . . 4 .102 Park St., Martinsville, .4641 Kensington Ave., Richmond .17 S. Blvd., Richmond, Herrmann, Thomas W. 4 ...... 43716 Borksidc Rd., Richmond Va Va Va Va . Jones Johnston, William T. .... . . 4601 Roseneath Rd., Richmond, Va Jones, Arthur ...4 ..... 1 024 Virginia Ave., Suffolk, Va Jones, Claude C., ..4.. 120 Valusia Ave., Arcadia, lfla ,Jack H. .... . . . 4307 Meadow St., Richmond, Va Jones, Walter R. . . 4 ..,. 432 Brunswick Ave., Emporia Va . Jones, Leland W.. 4 4 Jones , Linwood G.. . . . Jones, Robert M. . .. . . . Jones, Russell W., . Jones . Jorda . Jorda , William G. .... 4 . 4 4 n, Hilclred D., Jr. ...4 4 n, Lloyd A., . . Jozefowicz, Joseph . . . Heslep, James E., Jr. ..... ..4. 1 06 N. Auburn Ave., Richmond, Va Hess, John .....,.... .... 1 20 N. Beechwood Ave., Catonsville, Md Hester, William O., 4 4 ..... 3122 W. Grace St., Richmond Va Hickerson, Edward ......... 3452 Grove Ave., Richmond Va Hicks, John W. ........ .... 1 09 E. 37th St., Richmond, Va Higinbotham, Dan F. .... ............,.. B ridgcport, W. Va Hinnant, William M. 4 .. . ............,..., .... W endell, N. C . Julian, ,Iaok w.. . 4 . 4 Hobbs, Albert L., Jr. .......... 3110 Fendall Ave., Richmond, Va. Hodges, George Dewey ............ 220 S. Blake Rd., Norfolk, Va Hofbauer, John B. .. .............. 8 Second St., Brooklawn, N. J Hoffman, John R. ..... 4 . 4405 N. Lakeside Drive, Lake Worth, Fla Holladay, William E., ......,. ...4. B ox 1538, Gordonsville, Va Holland, Billy M. ..... .... ........,...... R F D f?3, Axton Holleman, Joseph H., Holt, Douglas M. . .. . . . . Holt, Elbert H. ...... . . Hooper, Parker S.. . . . 4 4 . Hopkins, James B. . . . Horner, Russell H.. . . Horowitz, Leon ...... Howard, Farrar W. . 4 Howard, Thomas L., Jr Howerton, John B. . 4 . Hubbard, Hugh V., Jr . 4 ...........,4......4....... Surry . . 4 .16 Dundee Ave., Richmond 4 . . 4 .16 Dundee Ave., Richmond Hooper, Edward T., Jr. .......... 707 W. 33rd St., Richmond . 4 . . .RFD 7J!7, Box 366, Richmond Hoover, Walter B. . . .4525 Forest Hill Ave., Apt. 4, Richmond 4 . . . . 4513 Pepper Ave., Richmond . . 4 .1601 Claiborne St., Richmond 4 . . .Route 14, Box 435, Richmond . 3207 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond 21 Pino si., 15 Overlook Rd., Richmond Hubbard, James F... . 4 ................. . . . . 4 4 Hubbard, Seth R., Jr. Hudgins, Reuben B., J Hudgins, William D.. Huet, Alexander B., Jr Hulce, Army D., . Hulcher, Bernard J., J Hunter, James A. . 4 4 . Hurt, Werter H. . . .. . Hurt, William N., Jr. . Hutcheson, Erskine M. 4 .. Hutchison, Robert T.. Hutchison, William E Huxter, James W. . . 4 Huzek, Raymond . Hyer, Walter F. .... 4 Irby, Edward C. .... 4 I'... ........ 4 . .711 St. Marks Ave. . . . .Bon Air, Petersburg, Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va , Brooklyn, N. Y . .4..................... Appomattox, Va 4 . . .3225 Hanes Ave., Richmond Va ..4.......4.4.4..Stafford,C.H. Va . .3128 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va 103 S. Blvd., Richmond Kam, Peter K.. . 4 449 D Kastelberg, Eugene L.. Katz, Katz, Katz, HaroldJ. .. Howard H. .... . Theodore ....... Kaufman, Harold R.. . Leslie C. ...... . Kay, Mercer . . Kelley, James A., . 4 Kellison, Lewis A ...... Kemp, Verbon E., Jr ..... Kennard, Guthrie S., II Kerlin, Robert E.. .. 4 4 4 . . Kerpelman, Earle 4 .. 4 Kersey, Robert L., . . Kessler, Wilbur M.. 4 4 Kidd, George E., 4 Killam, Harold E ..... Kilpatrick, Robert D. .. 4 King, Irving R. ..... 4 4 King, Spencer M. .. . King, Willard A .... Kinsey, Carrol H. . . 4. . 4 4 Kirk, William S. ..4.4.. 4 Kirkmyer, George C., Jr Kirtley, Warren G.. . . 4 4 4 4 ....... Route 172, .3087 Midlothian Pike, . 4 4 . 43212 Semmes Ave., . . . 4 4 .200-B Miner St., . . 4 .3116 Fourth Ave., . . 4 . . 4605 W. 26th St., 409 N. Belmont Ave., . 4 4 4 3 Northside Ave. 2504 w. oi-ooo Asheville, N. C Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va So. River, N. Richmond, Va es Voeux Rd., C lst H., Hong Kong, China 4 44212 Chamberlayne, Richmond, Va ... .1812 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va . 4138 Wainwright St., Newark 8, N. . 4 4 .1812 E. Broad St., Richmond Va w . 4 4 .603 Denniston Ave., Roanoke, Va 4 4 . .821 W. 30th St., Richmond, Va . . . .Crozier, Va . 4 4 . 4 . . .Route 2, Box 13, Ellerson , Va Va 4..44..4......4444..4..Dumfries 5004 Evelyn Byrd Rd., Richmond, I38 E. Lock Lane, Apt. 2, Richmond, Va . 4 .421 National Ave., 4402 N. Belmont Ave., 4. 4 4 42321 Stuart Ave., 4 . 4 43211 Fendall Ave., iVa Winchester, Va Richmond, Va Richmond Va Richmond, Va 4 .2822 S. Abindgon St., Arlington 4 . 4 .3701 Moody Ave., 4 4 . . . . .3100 3rd Ave., 4 4 41809 Hanover Ave., . .4 4 4 41405 Mosby St., .3920 Forest Hill Ave., 6429 Three Chopt Rd., .2020 Monument Ave., 4444.444444,4RFD,i2, 7 ,Va Richmond, Va 4 . .Swartz, La Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond Va s 4 . 4 .4500 Cory si. Rd., Richmondi Va 4...444..44.44.44...4Cu1peper,Va 4.......4.4........Midlothian,Va 4 4 . 4 4 . .1812 Park Ave., Richmond, Va . .Wister Rd., RFD 12, Richmond, Va 4 . .108 Lafayette St., Clifton Forge, Va 4 4 . 4220 T St., N.E., Washington, D. C . . . . .114 Larne Ave., Richmond, Va. . 4 . .3141 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va ...4............44...Kenbr1dge,Va. Isaacs, Alvin... . ..... 829 Quincy St., N.W., Washington 11, D. C. Jackson, Arthur J., Jr. .... 1016 East Ocean View Ave., Norfolk, Va Jackson, Irvin R. ....... 4.... 9 234 Cottage Toll Rd., Norfolk, Va Jackson, William G. . . . ............... Box P, Richlands, Va Jacobs, Julian B. .... ....4...... 4 000 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va Jacobs, Norman F., Jr . .Scottsburg, Va Jaffe Manuel O H i H 1 I 12210.51 Richmond Va 7 U , ........... ..- p James, Joseph S., Jr. ............. 3850 Brook Rd., Richmond, Va Jarvis, Floyd E., Jr. ..... .3609 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va Jayne, Walter T., Jr. ......... 1319 Avondale Ave., Richmond 7 . . . ......4.4. RFD ffl, Castlewood Va Kiser, Kent L.. .... . . . Knight, William E. .... , Va Koenigsberg, Sidney M. 4 . . ..... 235 W. 76th St., New York, N. Y Kohler, Charles F., II. Kohler, John D. ..... . Kohler, Maurice T.. . 4 Korb, Willard V.. 4 . Kolcum, John B.. 4 . . Knox, Kenneth W. . .. Krance, Marvin A. .... 4 Kranitzky. George 4. Kyne tt, Gerald P., .. Laing, William H., Jr.. Lamb, William F. ..... 4 Landrum, Stewart W. . Lane, John H. .4..... 4 . ..... 3005 Rosewood Ave., Richmond 1 4 . 4 4 . 4 4 4 .313 Dundee Ave., Richmond . 4 . ....... 3 Clarke Rd., Richmond. Va 4 4 4 4 . . .56 Spruce St., Westfield, Mass 4 .44 4 .4 4 , .3 Clarke Rd., Richmond, Va 4 4 . . . .3025 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va . . 4 417 W. Gibson St.. Canandaigua, N. Y . . . . . . . . .5654 N. 6th St., Arlington, Va 4 4 . 4400 E. Leigh St., Richmond, Va 4 . . .2318 4th Ave., Richmond, Va .........4.4.44Walhngford,Pa . . . . 4 . 4 4 . 4 .RFD 7114, Richmond, Va . 4 4 . 4 . 4 . .1110 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va , Va .No. 3 Malvern Hill Apts., Portsmouth Va Richard E. ........4 4 4 .5405 Tuckahoe Ave., Richmond? Va Lane, Lane, Robert A., . 4 Lane, William T. 4. . . . . ..... Route 3, Wash. Hgts. Roanoke, Va 4 4 4 . 4 4 4 . 4 . 4 .235 N. Main St., Suffolk, Va . 4...4 ...... 5 31 Grant St., Newell, W. Va Laneve, Samuel A.. 4 . . Lang, Omer R. ..4...... 803 E. Arlington Ave., Baltimore 12, Md jorfofs, William Thomas. 4 ....... 518 Georgia si., Jeffords, Herbert L., .3905 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond Jenkins Claud B. 4 4 Jennings Joseph A Jennings Thomas H Jensen Lawrence C Jernigan Osie C r Jeter amesP eter Thomas R le-it Robert P Jewett elmlah Joelson Benjamin A . .3135 Edgewood Ave , Va Columbia, S. C Va ., Richmond .3806 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond ....4.811W.28thSt .. Richmond Appomattox . .44 .114 W. 29th St., Richmond, 4 . 41419 Oakdale Ave., Petersburg, . . . .900 Orchard Rd., Richmond, . . 4 .407Vg Chestnut St., Danville, 4 4 . 4 4 .517 College Ave., Salem Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va . . . . . .Rt. 1149, Box 362, Richmond, Va . . 4 . . . 4 . .670 14th Ave., Paterson, N. J Johann Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Foster P.. . Andrew B. David W.. , Edward A. , Franklin C.. . . , George I.. , James R.. . JohnR... .... Jenkins: Charles D., .4 L. U. l , 1 l . -. U M , , .J . . . 4 . M Q, J . ..... 4. J , .... I ,J ' j J -...- 1. . ii .1 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson 7 - Joseph R., Lamar L. ..... . . . Johnson, , Thomas A. , Thomas E. , William R. Bobby B.. 4 Johnston, David K.. .4212 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va .1916 Richmond Ave., Portsmouth, Va 4 . .3911 Floyd Ave., Richmond 21, Va . 4 4 4 . . . .510 N. Ivy St., Arlington, Va . . . . 4 .702 Plum St., Vineland, N. J . . 4 4702 N. 21st St., Richmond, Va . . . . .910 Spotswood Ave., Norfolk, Va .................POI'IRlCl'1ITlOI'1Cl,N73 .............44.Box126,Bassett,Va Route 2, Box 161, Elizabeth City, N. C . . . ...........4............ Culpeper, Va 4 . . . .2912 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va , Ji .... .... 4 200 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va ......4.4..4444.444.....4Eust1s,Fla . . .1422 Lorraine Ave., Richmond, Va Lankford, Anthony C. . LaLuna, Generoso 4 4 4 95,Capron,Va 4 4 . 4 4 4 . 4 . . 417 Liberty St., Ossining, N. Y LaPrade, Melvin W.4 ......4.. 508 Northside Ave., Richmond, Va Laurinaitis, Francis I. .... Silver Creek P. O., New Philadelphia, Pa Laushey, Clyde S., ......... 123 Hamilton Ave., Petersburg, Va Lawrence, Mosby W., I II .... ....... 1 02 S. Blvd., Richmond, Va Lawson, John R., . . 4 4 . 4 Layman, Thomas iO. 4 . Lazzarini, Alfred A .... Leath, Thomas H. 4 . . . Lee, Francis . .4 Lee, Lewis B. ..... . Lee, Thomas E. .... . Lee, William B... 4 4 4 4 . Leftwich, Austin W.. . . . Leon, Jerome H. .... . 4 Lescure, Waller C. .... . 4 . . Lester, Thomas G., 4 Levin, Ronald N. ..... 4 Lewis, David V. ...4. 4 Lewis, Jack D. .... 4... , Liebman, Herbert D. 4 . Ligon, Thomas A... . . Lillian, Bertrand . . . Lilly, Roy C. ..... .4.... . Lineberry, Berlin B., 4 . Little, Randel 44.. . 4 Livesay, Alvin R., Jr.. 4 4 .....44..4...4.44.Appomattox,Va 4 . . ..... 3017 Griffin Ave., Richmond, Va . 4 4 .3007 Montrose Ave., Richmond Va . . 4 . 4 .3866 Fauquier Ave., Richmond, Va 4 4 . .3212 Kensington Ave., Richmond Va 4 . 4 46318 Ridgeway Roi.. Richmondl Va 4 . . 4 4 . 4 4 . 4 169 Center St., Emporia, Va .3403 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va . . . 4 .2506 A 3rd Ave., Richmond, Va 4 4 4 4217 N. Tilden St., Richmond, Va 4.4....4.209 S.Blvd.. 4207 N. Blvd., Apt. 11, . .4 4910 N. Tilden St.. . . . 4 . .4 .Eureka Apt., . 4 . 4 .1717 Elsmere Ave 4 .659 Chancellor Ave., Richmond, Ya Richmond, Va Richmond, Va St. Michael, Pa Richmond, Va Irvington, N. J Richmond, Va 4 4 , 4146 East 94th St., Brooklyn, N. Y Richmond, Va 4 . . . . . 4 . 4 4 4 .200 Front St., Galax, Va . . . .1215 Church St., Burlington, N. C ....Rt. 11, Box 295, Richmond, Va . 4 .4817 Hanover Ave., . . .2707 E. Broad St., Locke, Bruce YV... . . . . Lombardo, Louis . . Long, Henry P. ..... . Long, Robert C. .,.,, . Long, YVilliam E. .... . Longaker, Horace G., Jr Loomer, Elvin C. .... . . Love, Robert S.. .. . . . . Lowery, Rudolph Y.. . . Lubman, Melvin Y.. . . Lucas, Burrel F.. . . . Lucas, Joseph A.. . . Luck, Julian T. .... . Luck, William B.. . .. Luck, William T., Jr. . . Ludlam, Richard F .... ....... Ludlam, William F. . . ........ . . . Lukhard, William L.. .. . . . Lumpkin, James lN4. ........... . Lum kin, Robert ........... . Route 12, Box 245, . . . . . .919 Algoma St., . . . . . . . . .2105 Park Ave. 2102 5th Ave., . . .ff'4 The Heflin Apts., Fredericksburg, 313 59th St., Newport News, Richmond, Va Richmond, Va , Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Va Va Smithfield, Va Va .1013 McCormick St., Clifton Forge, 204 Lafayette Blvd., Fredericksbur 304 St. Andrews St., .214 Westham Parkway, gs Petersburg, Richmond, . .,.. . . .52 Miller Ave., Uniontown, .. . .1525 Hanover Ave., Richmond, V a Va Va Pa Va Meyers, Calvin N ...... Michaelson, Manuel. . . Michaux, William S.. .. Miles, Carroll E. .. . . . . Miles, Hope C., Jr. .... . Miller, Charles E. .... . . . Miller , Louis F. ....... . Miller, Roderick D. . . .. Mills, Carroll W.. .. . . Mills, Wade H ...., Mills, William O. .... . Miltz, George E .... . . . Minor, James M., . . . . .3600 E. Broad St., Richmond . . . . . . .3124 Park Ave., Richmond . . . .2309-A Grove, Ave. Richmond, .206 Claiborne Ave., Rocky Mount, 7 3 Va Va Va Va . . . .6705 Patterson Ave., Riehm nd, Va . 1720 Maple Shade Lane, Richmond, Va . . . . . .2708 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . .613 Pollock St., Richmond, Va . . .3424 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . .114 Libbie Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . .812 Wolfe St., Fredericksburg, Va . . .3105 Second Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . .3313 Cliff Ave., Richmond 2603 Greenway Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . 1525 Hanover Ave. Richmond, Va 500 Maple Ave.: Richmond, Va 500 Maple Ave.. Richmond, Va . 1612 Wilmington Ave., Richmond, Va 3125 Griffin Ave., Richmond, Va 3125 GrifHn Ave., Richmond, Va P Lumpkin, Robert P.. .1215 E. Brookland Pk. Blvd., Richmond, Va Lumpkin, William B., Jr. ..... 2908 Moss Side Ave., Richmond, Va Luria, Saul M. ......... .... 2 79 E. Main St., Centerville, N. J Lynch, Howard D. .... ...... R FD 9, Box 132, Richmond, Va Lynn, Ernest.. ...... .... 3 215 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va Lynn, Henry F., .... . . .3040 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Va McAllister, Robert C., Jr. ....... 3627 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va McClary, George O. .... ..... 1 08 S. Colonial Ave., Richmond, Va McComb, Jack C. .... ......... 2 02 S. Linden St., Richmond, Va McCorkle, William C., Jr. . .368 Pine Hill Rd., Elizabethton, Tenn McClellan, James A. .... ....................... K enbridge, Va Va McClure, Newman W., Jr. ................... RFD 7141, Ford McCutecheon, Randolph, Jr. ..... 3217 Third Ave., Richmond McDanel, Robert L. ................ University of Richmond, Va McDearmon, Russell W. .... ..... 5 514 Smith Ave., Richmond McGee, Louis L. .... . McGeorge, Ellett R., Jr McGlory, Donald H.. . . . McGraw, Walter .... . lwIcKenzie, Kermit E. . . . . . . . . McMullan, James D. . McNeal, Leonard D ..... . McNeill, Donald H., Jr Mader, George F. ....... . Madison, Leonard R.. Magee, William C. . . . Mahon, Bernard W. . . Mallory, Dudley W., Jr Mallory, Jack C. .... . Mallory, John E., Jr. . Mangum, Edwin W. . Mann, Alvin E., Jr.. .. Mann, Julian C. . . .. Mann, Eley T., Jr.. . . Mann, Warren D. . . . Mapp, George E. . . .. Markhoff, Harry Marks, Morton, . . Marshall, Albert R. . . Marshall, John R., Jr. Marshall, Robert N.. . Marshall, Robert O.. . Martin, Alexander L.. Martin, Arthur . . . . Martin, Edward B., Jr Martin, Francis C. . . . Martin, William J., Jr.. . . Mason, Andrew W. . . Mason, Brooks D.. . . . Mason, William S., Jr. . . Massey, William B., Jr. . . . r Massie, Herrick S., J . . Mathews, Aubrey M. . . Mathias, Joseph E ..... Matlock, Michael . . Matthews, James R .... Matthews, Orville C.. ..................... . . . Matthews, Ralph . . . Mattox, Charles D., . . . Mattox, Conrad B., Maxe William Melvin. . . .......... . . . . Y, Mears, Harry L. Jr.. .. Melton, Harvey E.. . . . Melvin, Ben W., . . Meoni, Andrew J., Jr... Meredith, Burford J., Jr Messick, Arthur . . .. Metzger, Linwood H. .. 3618 Edgewood Ave., ..........CottageSt., . . .4117 Patterson Ave., ,Va Va , Va Beulahville, Va Westboro, Mass Richmond, Va 7- Richmond 1022 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va 4520 Devonshire Rd., Richmond, Va .............RFDff3, . . . . . . .3201 Bute Lane, Syracuse, N. Y Richmond, Va . . . .3110 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va .2318-A Grayland Ave., Richmond, Va Madison, Lewis C., Jr. ..... . . . . . . .289 W. Edgewood Ave., Magette, Raymond W.. . . . .609 N. Tiiden st., Richmond, Va Edgewood, N. J Va ......................Courtland, ..................BowlingGreen,Va . .4014 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va . .4014 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va 2616 Barton Ave., Richmond, Va 543 W. Washington St., Petersburg, Va . .1627 Monticello Ave., Petersburg, Va . . . . . . .207 W. 34th St., Richmond, Va . . . . .4707 Sylvan Rd., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . .219 Hill St., Natoaca, Va . . . . . . . .100 N. Blvd., Richmond, Va 2110 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va 3402 Wythe Ave., Richmond, Va .. . . . . . . . . . . .211 S. 3rd St., Richmond, Va . . ..... 3615 Moss Side Ave., Richmond, Va 508 N. 32nd St., Richmond, Va ...................Victoria,Va .................Churchland,Va . . . .2935 Brook Rd., Richmond, Va . . .2503 2nd Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . .312 Holt St., Hampton, Va . . . .1614 N. 21st St., Richmond, Va . . .1501 N. 19th St., Richmond, Va .......................Bloxom,Va . . . . .5811 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . .805 Prof. Bldg., Richmond, Va . . . .4108 Bromley Lane, Richmond, Va .105 W. Norwood Ave., Richmond, Va Va Mathews, Thomas P., ...................... Sunny Side, . . .233 N. Chestnut St., Clarksburg, W. 145 Burton St., Buffalo 3, N. Y . . .7318 Hermitage Rd., Richmond, . .2822 Maplewood Rd., Richmond, . . . . . . . . . . . . .Route 1, Lynchburg, ...4227 Kingcrest Parkway, RFD 13, Box 5-A, Richmond, Va Va .Hot Springs, Va Va Va 266, Gretna, Va .Route 1, Dillwyn, Va Richmond, Va RFD ff2, Richmond, Va Va Va .702 Chimborazo Blvd., Richmond, . . . .4812 Riverside Dr., Richmond, ..,....................Irvington, ....3411 Florida Ave., Richmond, Va Va Va Mitler, Milton D... . . . . . Mizell, William D., . Moffett, Brooke M. .... . Moncure, James A. .... . Moncure, John.. .... . . . Montgomery, William P. Moody, Henry S., Jr .... Moody, James N.. . . . Moody, Thomas C. . . .. Moomaw, Charles E. . . . Moore, Howard W. . . . . Moore, William J., Jr.. .. Morano, Ramon A. . .. . Morante, Paul F.. .... . . Morris, Graham A. . . .. . Morris, John W ........ Morris, Lindsey D .... . . Morrissett, David B., Jr. . Morse, Robert S.. .. . . . . Morton, Richard E. .... . Mosby, Robert R., Jr.. . . Moseley, William V., Jr. Moss, Peyton H., Jr. .... . Moss, Robert C. .... . . , Va . . . . . .210 W. 78th St., New York, N. Y .1806 Mechanicsville Pike, Richmond, Va .......................Washington,Va . . . .2217 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . .508 Baltimore Ave., Towson 4, Md ......Route 12, Box 450, Richmond, Va .. ..... 316 W. 25th St., Richmond, Va ..,................GlenAl1en,Va .....................GlenAllen,Va . . . . . . . . . .119 Fayette St., Staunton, Va . . . .2413 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, Va ...,....................Chester,Va . . . .214 N. Cleveland St., Richmond, Va PurchaseSt.,Rye,N.Y .617 LaFayette Blvd., Fredericksburg, Va . . . . . . . . .218 N. 15th Ave., Hopewell, Va . . . . . . .2123 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va . . .... 108 Dundee Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . .218 S. Moss St., Martinsville, Va . . . . . . . .2317 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va ..2515 Chestnut Ave., Newport News, Va .. . .4009 Chevy Chase St., Richmond, Va . . . . . .1643 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va . . . .203 S. Boulevard, Richmond, Va Motley, Cecil G.. ................. 3305 4th Avei., Richmond, Va Mountcastle, George W. . Mundy, Harry R. .... . . Munson, Harry L. . .. . . . Murphy, George E., Jr. . Murphy, John F., Jr. . . . Murray, Donald V. .... . Murray, Joseph .... . . . Myers, Paul A. . . .. . . .. Nachman, Lawrence L. . Nance, Joe C., . . . . . Nash, Richard H. .... . Nelson, Earl T. ..... . Nelson, Walter H.. . . . Newby, William E. .... . Newton, Allen L.. . .. . . .. Nicewander, William A.. Nichols, Thomas W., Jr.. Niedermayer, Charles E., Neidermayer, Herbert W. .... . . Neidermayer, Marvin A. Nielsen, Ned N. ...... . . Noell, William J. ..... . Northey, Roscoe Lee. . . Norwood, Clyde W.. .. . Noya, Rafael A. M.. . . . Null, Marvin ..... . Oberg, Andrew L. . . . . . O'Connor, James A. . . . Oglesby, Allan G.. . . . O'Kennon, Ira E., . . Olinger, Lawrence G. . . . Olson, Byron G. ..... . . . Omer, Lewis M., III .... .................Prov1denceForge, . . . . . . .204 D. Minor St., Richmond Va . ............... Box 503, Roanoke, Va .14303 E. Warren Ave., Detroit 13, Mich . . . . . . . .1504 Nelson St., Richmond, Va . . . .118 Providence St., Providence, R. I . . . 1837 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va . .811 W. Lancaster Rd., Richmond, Va , Va ..........111 the Square, Herndon, Va .........................BonAir, ....1505 Nottoway Ave., Richmond Va , va . . . . . . . . . . . .815 8th St., Altavista, Va jf' Orange, Ernest E., . . Osborne, Harry H. . . Osburn, Willard C., Jr. . . . Otto, Clarence R., . Owen Owen 7 Austin E. .... . Owen, , Leroy D. . . . Irvin K. .... . Owen, Richard L.. .. . . . . Owen, William C., Jr.. . . . Owen, William L... . . . Owens, Garland C. . .. Pankey, Frank L. ..... . Pankey, Thomas M. .. . Parker, Robert C. ...... . Parker, Walter L... . Parks, Robert H., III.. . . . Parr, Julian B. ....... . Pasqua, Fred R.. . . . . . . . . . .1402 Porter St., Richmond . .4027 Monument Ave., Richmond .....Axton, , Richmond .........3002HullSt. 737 Pelham Rd., New ...7331 Hermitage Rd., Richmond Va Va Va , Va Rochelle, N. Y Va .314-D Tilden, St. Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . . . .2118 Kent St., Richmond, Va . . . .3209 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va .....................BigIsland Va Va . . .3004 Barton Ave., Richmond . . . . . .2811 Third Ave., Richmond, Va . . .P. O. Box 392, Manati, Puerto Rico . . . . . . .808 Sudbury St., Staunton, Va 3 . . . . . . . . .9 Summer St., Beverly, Mass . . . .2917 Garland Ave , Richmond Va ..... . . .505 N. 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Paul, Kendall N. ..... . . Paulette, Lacy F., Jr. . . . Paulette, Roy B. .... . . . . Pauli, David G ...,...,. Pearman, Thomas B., III Pearson, Walter G. .... . Pedersen, Kenneth M. Bldg. 26, Apt Pendleton, George F., Jr. Pendleton, William C. . . Guerrant A... . . Perkins, Perkins, Hubert K., . Perkins, John G.. . .. . . . . Perkins, William L.. .. . Perrin, Harry J., . . . Petrie, Frank A. .... . . . . Phillips, Aubrey T., Jr.. . Phillips, Franklin B.. . . . Philpott, Harry W ....... Philpott, Walter A. ..... . . . . . .510 Maple Ave., Richmond, . . . .2805 Barton Ave., Richmond, .......1-A S. Blvd., Richmond ..................Appomattox, . . . . . . .112 N. Allen Ave., Richmond, . . . . .339 Oak Lane, Richmond, ........................SouthHill . . .. .6116 Patterson Ave., . ....... 3906 Brook Rd., . .....,.. 3117 Dill Ave., . . . .4511 Bromley Lane, .............Route1 Philpotts, Ethelbert V., Jr. .... 2908 Montrose Ave., Phipps, James R. ...... . . Picardat, Philip G .... .. . 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Redford, Thomas E., Jr. . Reid, James L. ........ . Reid, Walter E., Jr... . . Reinhard, Robert ....... Rhodenhiser, John R. . . . Richard, Carroll .... . . Richardson Arthur L Richmond Richmond, Richmond, , Sandston, . . . .4814 Hanover Ave., Richmond, . . . .5805 Grove Ave., Richmond, . . . . .3220 Griffin Ave., Richmond, . . . . .3229 Fendall Ave., Richmond, .............Box 163, Hopewell, .........................Philpott, .........................Philpott, Richmond, . . .3029 Monument Ave., Richmond, 1214 Boulevard Petelsbur . . . . . . . . , ' g, .......111M Linden Ave., Suffolk, . . . . . .10 W. Sedgwick St., Sandston, . . . . .813 Roseneath Rd., Richmond, Windsor, . 1708 Maple Shade Lane, Richmond, . . . . . .235 E. Schoon Ave., Monessen, . . . . .2012 Barton Ave., Richmond, . . . . . . . . . .320 Western Ave., Suffolk, . . . .402 N. Sheppard St., Richmond, Box 205, Arecibo, Puerto Rico 4905 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, .. . . . . . . . . .601 Mass. 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Mumpower, Briston . . . . . . .Masonic Home, Richmond . . . .2710 Hanover Ave., Richmond . . . .1005 N. 35th St., Richmond ...................PalmerSprings 9 1 7 7 9 . . . .3018 Semmes Ave., Richmond .......... .305 Pine St., Farmville . . . . . . .2601 Fernhill Ave., Farmville .3219 Monument Ave., Richmond ........................Osaka, . . . . . . . .209 Locust St., Covington, Waverl , 3 9 7 , .. .... ................ . . y Richardson, Aubrey B. Jr,.. . . .... 3921 Park Ave., Richmond Richardson, John B .................... Forest Rd., Roanoke, Richardson, Paul E. ........ .......... B ox 1407, Martinsville Richardson, Thomas N. . . ....................... Onancock Richman, James R. .... .4303 Chamberla ne Ave. Richmond Rickett, Robert L. .... . . . Riddell, Arthur G. . . . Riegel, George W.. . . . Riley, Frank C., . . Riley, Otho D., Jr. . . . . Rinaldi, Albert ......... Roaten, Wm. Ivery, Jr. . . Roberts, Corbett MCG.. . Robertson, David L., . . Robins, Benjamin R. . Robinson, Eldred H., jf. f ' ' Robinson, Irvin. ......... . Robinson, James B. ..... . Robinson, James P., Jr. . . Rock, Colie E., Jr. .... . Rock, William R.. . . . Y v , . . . . .Rt. 2, Idlewild, Covington, . .2121 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, ......................Edgerton, . . . .812 Main St., South Boston, . .502VZ Victoria Ave., Lynchburg, . . . . . . . . . . .200 Kiski Ave., Apollo, .2409 Oak Ave., Newport News, ..........Box 431, West Point, 1 1 7 Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Pa Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va. Va Va Va Pa Va Va . . . .209 5th Ave., Pelham, N. Y . .......... RFD 741, Sandston .............6l1thSt.,Norron: . . .4308 Bromley Lane, Richmond . .204 N. Sheppard St., Richmond . . . .1839 Berkley Ave., Petersburg 1 1 7 ...................Heathsville, .................Kilmarnock, Vai Va Val Va Va. Va. Va. Rolfe, Norman... . . . . Roper, William Y., . . . Rose, Alan B. ..... ..... . . .270 Riverside Dr., New York, N. Y. Rosen, Arthur H. ...... ...... 5 03 S. Davis Ave. Rosenbloom, Daniel .... . . . Rosenfeld, Philip A. ....... . Rosenthal, Gilbert M.. Rosser, Aubrey J. . .. . . . . Roupas, Andy. .. . . . . Rowan, William H. . . Rowe, Warren E. .... . Rowe, William F., Jr. . Rowe, William L.. .. . . . . . Rusher, William D.. . . Rush, Julian L., .. . . . Russell, John B. . .... . . Russell, Warren D., Jr. . . . . Ryan, John A., Jr. ..... .... . Sadler, Everett L. . . . . Sale, James W., Jr. . . . Saleeby, Albert V. ..... 1 1 Samuels, Jay P. . . .. . . . Satterwhite, William E. .... . Sauer, Conrad F., III . 9 1 1 9 1 .3919 W. Franklin St., Richmond . . . . . . . .608 N. Blvd., Richmond , Richmond . .4213 Hanover Ave., Richmond . . .3309 W. Grace St., Richmond .3902 W. Franklin St., Richmond . . . . .277 LaSalle Ave., Hampton a 1 .....................Freeland, 4222 Kingcrest Pkwy., . . . . . 2105 Snead St., Petersburg, . ................. Locust Hill, 922 Brompton St., Fredericksburg, . . .302 Addison St., Richmond . . . . . .12 Hatton St., Portsmouth . .3200 Hanover Ave., Richmond . . . .3430 Grove Ave., Richmond w 5 1 Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va Vai Va Va Va Va Va Va Va , Va . . . . . .40 Broadway, Somerville, Mass .112 N. Auburn Ave., Richmond, Va . .204 Piedmont Ave., Petersburg, Va 2110 Kenwood Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . .2406 Lee St., Hopewell, Va . . . .6802 Fleet St., Forest Hills, N. Y . . . . .904 W. 30th St., Richmond, 1204 Peachtree Blvd., Richmond, Saunders, Howard W., III ...... 3506 Wythe Place, Hampton, Saunders, Leo W.. . . . . Savage, Bernard . Savage, Frederick H.. . Savage, Ulysses S., .. . . . . Scarborough, Orland C. .... . Scheerer, William F.. . . Schmoele, Henry H., Jr. . . . . Scioscia, Karney ...... Scott, Frederick A., Jr. . Scott, Leander O. .... . Scruggs, William D .... Sease, James R. ..... . Seaver, Don M. . . . . Seaver, Rex F. ..... . Segal, Melvin L.. . . . Selfe, Clyde V.. . . . Setien, Angelo .... Setliff, Frank P. .... . Seyler, Lawrence . . . Shank, George E., Jr. ...... . Shannon. Howell F., .. . . Sharpe, Alton R. .. . . . . Sharp, Edward H.. . . . Shea, John J., Jr. .... . . Sheaffer, Wilbur M.. . . Shelley, Blackwell N.. . Shelton, Alonzo G., Jr.. Shelton, Roy M. ..... . Shepherd, Francis D., J Shields, Wallace C.. . . . Shock, John R. ...... . Shomo, Esten H.. . . . . Shotzberger, Martin L. Shotzberger, Robert R. Shue, Robert L. ..... . . Sidenberg, Leonard F.. Singleton, Arthur L. . . . Sizer, Houston B. . . . . Skorapa, Victor, . . . Slate, Carlton L. ......... . Slaughter, Raymond B. Sloope, Billy W ....... Small, Fred W., . . . Smither, Frank M.. . . . Smith, Bernard H.. . . . Smith, James A., Jr. . . Smith, James T., Jr.. . Smith, John M ..... Smith John T. . . . . Smith, Lloyd G. . . . . Smith, Lowell V.. . . Smith, Percy C ....... Smith, Peter B. ...,.. . Smith, William T., Jr.. Smithson, Harold W. . . Snare William A.. Jr.. . . . . . . . . . . .1118 Floyd Ave., Richmond, 334 Albemarle Ave., Richmond, 334 Albemarle Ave., Richmond, . .45 Milford Rd., Hilton Village, 4311 N. Ashlawn Dr., Richmond, Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va . . .606 Nahantinger St., Pottsville, Pa ... . . .1607 W. 48th St., Norfolk, . . f f f f f f f f .1 .3 f .4 .Bag '34, Ckfgiei-, . ........................ Amelia, . . .3410 Florida Ave., Richmond . . .100 Gun Club Rd., Richmond . . . .Morningside Heights, Galax, Morningside Heights, Galax, 7 Va Va Va Va Va Va Va . .137 Kerny Ave., Perth Amboy, N. J Va .5101 King Wm. Rd., Richmond, . . . . . . . . . .42 Maple Ave., Barre, Vt ..............Box ..Rt. ff2, Box 362-A, 35, Fieldale, Portsmouth, ...................Midlothian, 1637 Monument Ave., Richmond, . . . . .200 W. 29th St., Richmond, . . . .1402 Avondale Ave., Richmond, . . .200 N. 6th Ave., Portsmouth, . . . . .Rt. 2, Box 530, Roanoke, . . . . .511 High St., Petersburg, . . . . . .Rt. 8, Box 351, Richmond, . . .2107 Camille Ave., Richmond, Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va .2702-A W. Main St., Richmond, Va ....................Riverside,Va . ................. Canal Fulton, Ohio . . .5301 Willow Lawn, Richmond, Va . . . .6 N. Addison St., Richmond, Va . . . . .6 N. Addison St., Richmond, Va . .812 Overbrook Rd., Richmond, Va .2026 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . .1815 Grove Ave., Richmond Va . . .1438 Eureka Circle, Roanoke: . . .4019 Northrop St., Richmond . . . . . . .312 wyrhe st., Peter-Shu.-g, Va Va Va . ..... 3018 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va . . . ..... 24 Lexington Rd., Richmond, Va ... . . . .Rt. 6, Box 73, Richmond, Va . . . . . 121 Linden Ave., Suffolk, Va . . . . .Charlotte Court House, Va ................Rt.2,Beach,Va . . . . . .207 4th St., Richmond, Va . . . .329 Colvelly Rd., Richmond, Va .. . . .Rt. 12, Box 475, Richmond, Va . . .2817 Griffin Ave., Richmond, Va . . . .3318 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . .3303 North Ave., Richmond, Va . ...................... Warrenton, Va . . .. . . 1312 Laburnum Ave., Richmond, Va ...........Box 114, Lynnhaven, Va 1326 4th Ave San Francisco Calif Sneadl, Harry L., Jr. . .. 144'Carroll Ave., Coll., Hts., Petersburg, Va Snead, Robert S ............................... Midlothian, Va Snead, Stanley S .... .......... 1 44 Carroll Ave., Petersburg, Va Snoddy, Bernie O ..... ............ R outc 2, hit. Airy, N. C Snyder, Mansfield M. ...... ........... 7 10 5th St., Altavista, Va Somma, Charles A., Jr. ..... 3007 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va Sommers, Edward D. . .. . .2118 Chestnut Ave., Newport News, Va Sosnow, Sherman F. ...... ...... 2 370 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y Southerland, William H.. . . ....... Rt. 8, Box 198, Richmond, Va Spainhour. Ralph A., Jr Spector, Ronald G. . .. Spence, Emmet L., Ill. Spencer, Spencer, Spencer. Earl J. .... . . Hunter B., Reid 1X1 ....,. Spinella, Joseph F .... Stallings, John L. .... . Stanley, Starke, Stephen Paul R. ..... . Roland C., s, John D. .... . Stewart, Frank WV .... Stiers, Fletcher, . . . Stigall. William L., . Stiles, Donald .... . Stockdon. Wallace B. . Stone, Robert lX1., Jr. . Stonebu Strader, rner, Frank D. . Virgil R., . Street, William F.. . . . Strohkorb, Arnold W .... 3800 Chamberlavne Ave., Stroud, Jack M. ..,. .. Stuart, John B. ..... . William T. .... . Suffredini, Gildo L. . . . Stubbs,i Sullivan, Andrew Jr. Sun, Quentin I-mao, '71, Martyn, C.N.R.R Va .A., . . . . . . . .5804 York Rd., Richmond . . . . . .36 XNillway Ave., .Route 13, River Road, ..,............Box19 .. . .413 Elmwood Avc., Lynchburg, 1936 E. Ocean View Ave., Norfolk . . . . .2523 W. Main St., Richmond . .2308 Rosewood Avc., . . . .2013 12th St., 1, .......1921 4th Avc., . . .2701 Kenwood Ave., . . . . . .312 Granite Ave., .315 14 '1ib135iin'g'rL,5' Ave. ,' ........1915 3rd Ave., . .4104 W. Franklin St., . . . . . . .3005 Brook Rd., .21 S. Washington St., .3321 Kensington Ave., 1012 Fourqureian Lane, . . .4215 Hermitage Rd., ......RFD 7, Box 216, , Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va 3, Narrows, Va Va Va , Va Richmond, Va Brooklyn, N. Y Richmond, Va Richmond Va Richmond, Va Richmond Va Scottsburg, Va Richmond, Va Richmond Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Winchester, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va . , .3120-A Hanover Ave., Richmond . . .4015 Monticello St., Richmond 1 Va Va 2020 16th St., N.W., Washington, D. C Va Updike, Herbert Huestis, Jr. ............. RFD 1, Glen Allen, Va Ussery, Lon E. ..,... ...,..... 1 1 Keaton Ave., Wilmington, N. C Uzzlc, Frederick B ........ Vaeth, Adolph W., Jr Vassar, Edward M Vass, Earl S., . Vclcnovsky, Edwin Verellc, Clinton W.. . . Vernon, Calvin C.. .. . Vogt, Elmo .... . . . . Waddell, Samuel T. . . . Wa ner amcs W g ', ., .......... ... Walkc, Lewis H. . ...... . . Walker, Dan D. . . Walker, Eugene A. Walker,Julian L. . Wallace, Robert B. Walthall, Edwin R ..,. Walton, Joseph O.. . . . Walton, William A., Jr Wampler, James A .... Ward, Henry D.. .. . .. Ward, Herbert N.. . . . Ware, Alexandre H., J1 Ware, Wilson C. ..... . Warren, Nathaniel T.. Warren, Oscar M., Warren, William H.. . . .335 E. Washington St., Petersburg, 557 W. Ocean View, Norfolk, . . . 1620-A Hanover Ave., Richmond, 1630-A Monument Ave., Richmond, 5702 Kensington Ave., Richmond, . . . . . . . .205 E. Poe St., Richmond, Bassett, . . . . . . . . .Box 234, Trevilians, .........Rt. 3, Box 161, Danville, . . . . .Rt. 1, Martinsville, . .RFD 2, Slipwith Rd., Richmond, 420 Chimborazo Blvd., Richmond, . .Clayville, Va Walker, Harry C.,Jr., Westbrook Sanato'm, Brook Rd., Riehmond,Va 2907 Edgewood Ave., Richmond Va . . . . . . . . . . .YMCA, Pottsville, . .613 W. 21st St., Richmond, .RFD 3, Box 325, Petersburg, . Disputanta . . . . .914 Euclid Ave,. Bristol . . , . .3726 Benton Ave., 3726 Benton Ave., .3606 Noble Ave., 2309'wf M515 sf . .i.i.'.i2419 Semmes Ave Richmondi Richmond, Richmond Dunnsvillei Richmond, Richmond, 7 93 31st St., Newport News, Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Pa Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Waters, Leland H., Jr. Watlington, James E., Waymack, John H... . Waymack, William J., , Weaver, Milford A .... Webb, Bernard L.. . . . Webber, Stephen G. . . Weber, Nelson E ..... Weed, Earl D., . . .. . Weinstein, Marcus M ....... 2412 Maplewood Ave., Richmond, Va Weinstein, Philip Louis. . Wellforcl, Louis M., Jr. Welsh, Charles B., Jr. . Wendt, Frank S ....... Wentzel, Carl F., Jr. . . West, Hudson T. .... . . Wheeler, Alfred M. . . Wheeler, Harry T.. . . Whitacre, Charles G. . . . White, Arthur W. . . . . White, David F., Jr.. . White Elvin W., Jr. . . White Frederick K. . . White George L., . White George R. .. . . White Granville S. .. . White Harold E. .... . White Thomas W. Jr. Whitehead, RichardiC. Whitt, Robert A. ..,. . Wiggins, Robert E., Jr. Wilbourne, Jack B. . . . Wiley, Douglas W.. .. . Wiley, James H., Jr. . . Wilkinson, George L.. . Va . . .Beachwood Farm, Rt. 10, Richmond, Jr. ......... 3226 Jeter Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . . . .405 W. 34th St., Richmond, Va Jr. ..... 2918 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va .............RFD 2, Martinsville, Va . .. . . . . . .4514 Marcy Place, Richmond, Va . ..... 101 Main St., Port Washington, N. Y . . .Country Club of Va., Richmond, Va . . . . . , . .9 Grifling Blvd, Ashville, N. C .217 S. Boulevard, Apt. 7, Richmond, Va . . . ..... 1120 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va . . . . .128 W. Gay St., Harrisonburg, Va Va . . . . .4207 Monument Ave., Richmond, . . . .3215 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va Va Va . .......... Rt. 1, Box 62, Clarksville, Va . ......................... Tunstall . . . .810 Brompton St., Fredericksburgi Va . . . .3117 Enslow Ave., Richmond, Va Va ...........Rt.1,BunkerHill,W. . . .4919 Bromley Lane, Richmond, . . ....... 311 Shipe St., Front Royal, Va ..................E.Norw1ch,L.I.,N.Y .....3000 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va .................Box82,Chatham,Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va . . . . . .3230 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va Va Va ......................Herndon, . . . .... Rt. 2, Edgewood, Covington, . . . .... 2105 Grove Ave., Richmond, . . ...... 107 Virginia Ave., Roanoke, .........................Beulahv1lle, . . .1511 Westwood Ave., Richmond, .........Rt. 3, Box 181, Roanoke, . . ..... 3230 Patterson Ave., Richmond, .. . .1205 Washington St., South Boston, Wilkinson, Thomas E. .......................... Glen Allen, Va Williams, Earl S. ...... . ................. Rt. 1, Wellville, Va Williams Frank M., Jr. .. . .811 Sylvania Ave., Fredericksburg, Va Williams George P., Jr. .......... 510 Maple Ave., Richmond, Va Williams Gordon M. ....... 5604 Cary Street Rd., Richmond, Va Williams, Gordon P. ...' . .... 155 S. Colonial Ave., Richmond, Va Williams Howard,M. .... . . .506 Caledonia Rd., Laurinburg, N. C Williams Mac Daniel ....... ..................... P amplin, Va Williams Reginald W.. .... ...... 5 10 Maple Ave., Richmond, Va Williams Stuart D.. . . . . . . . . . . .Henry Wise Hospital, Norfolk, Va ...................Rt.1,Midlothian,Va Williamson, James F. . . Willingham, Harris E., Jr.7201 Blair Rd., N.W., Washington, D. C Wills, William M ...,........... 2803 Hanes Ave., Richmond, Va Wills, Wirt H. ............. 1667 Monticello Ave., Petersburg, Va Wilson, Eugene C. . . . ..... 2705 Dellrose Ave., Richmond, Va Wilson, James D. ..... ......... 8 911 Embla Ave., Baltimore, Md Wilson, Mark E. ............................. Rt. 1, Beach, Va Wilson, Wilbur W.. . .2145 California St., N.W., Washington, D. C Wiltshire, James M., Jr. ....... 3409 W. Grace St., Richmond, Suttenfield, Charlie M. ......... 2324 Mosby Ave., Lynchburg, Suttenfield, James E. . . . . .2324 Mosby Ave., Lynchburg, Va Sutton, David N. . ..... ................... W est Point, Va Sutton, Howard T. ..... .............. R FD 3, Glen Allen, Va Sutton, WVhitney B., Jr. . . . . .3855 Fauquier Ave., Richmond Va Sweeny, James ....... . .2904 Parkwood Ave., Richmond Va Swingle, Harold W ..... . ......... 3107 Cliff Ave., Richmond, Va Sydenstricker, John M., Jr ...... 1208 Rennie Ave., Richmond, Va Tabor, William R. ......... 1008 Princeton Ave., Bluefield, W. Va Taylor, Howard W., Jr. .......................... Hanover Va Talley, Gerald S. ....... . . .311 W. Franklin St., Richmond Va Taylor, Howard W., Jr. .................. .... .... H a nover, Va Taylor, Simeon P., III 1206 10th St., N.W., Apt. 114, Washington, D. C Taylor, Virgil D ..............................,... Parksley, Va Teefey, John F. ..... ........... 2 402 North Ave., Richmond Va Teefey, William J., Jr. . . . ..... 2402 North Ave., Richmond Va Tennet, Joseph N. ......... . . .1137 W. Grace St., Richmond Va Terry, George A. ....................... Box 1236, Pamplin Va Thacker, Oscar C., Jr. ..... ..... 2 424 Stuart Ave., Richmond Va Thalman, Robert .. . .118 20th St., Warwood, Wheeling, W Va Thayer, Peter L. .............. RFD 47410, Box 104, Richmond Va Thomas, Claude G .... ......... 1 301 W. 41st St., Richmond Va Thomas, Edwin R. ............ 1922 Elsmere Ave., Richmond Va Thomas, George W. ..... 203 N. Pine St., Apt. 8, Richmond, Va Thomas, Wilbur E .........., 1422 Nottoway Ave., Richmond, Va Thompson Frank K. .... ........ 4 09 Buffalo St., Farmville, Va Thompson, Harry F., Jr ........ 5602 Cary St. Rd., Richmond, Va Thompson, Harry L... .. . . 2011 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va Thompson James E. ...... ..... 2 110 Barton Ave., Richmond, Va Thompson James King. . . . ..................... Ellerson, Va Thompson Richard H. ..... Rt. 1, Box 444, Ellerson, Va Thornton, Julian E. ..... .... 1 2th and E St., West Point, Va Thornton, Thomas D.. . . ...................... Brookneal, Va Thornton, William C., Jr. .................... Chincoteague, Va Thorp, Lewis T. ........... 110 N. Blvd., Apt. 16, Richmond, Va Thurston, Gordon W. ....... 3223 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va Tiller, Franklin C. .... . ...... 3300 North Ave., Richmond, Va Timberlake, Marion B. . . ......... RFD 1, Fredericksburg, Va Todd, Robert E. . ..... ...... 2 14 W. Main St., Richmond, Va Tompkins, James L.. . . . . .4800 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va Toone, Robert R. . . . .... 1710 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. Tragle, Henry I.. . . . .1006 Westwood Ave., Richmond, Va Trainum, Cecil R. . . . . .. . .806 Brompton St., Fredericksburg, Va. Travers, Dorian .... .... 3 324 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va Tribble, Harold W. . . . ...,. 221 Pleasantview, Louisville, Ky Trigg, Locke H., Jr .... ..... 5 820 York Rd., Richmond, Va Trimmer, Phil E., . . .Box 243, RFD 7, Richmond, Va Triplett, Ben G. ..... ........... 9 28 Park Ave., Richmond, Va Tucker, Jesse M., Jr .......... 3320 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va Tucker, Louis A. ...... 2612 Northumberland Ave., Richmond, Va Tuck, Clinton E. ............. 808 Overbrook Rd., Richmond Va Tuck, Grayson E. . .......... 2213 Parkwood Ave., Richmond, Va Tucker, William E. .... .............,.. C arolina Beach, N. C Turner, Henry C. . . . .... 603 Stanling Ave., Martinsville Va Turner, Nolton W.. . . .............,. RFD 1, Beach, Va Turner, Ralph G. ..... .... 7 04 W. 20th St., Richmond Va Turner, Richard A. .... .............. R FD 1, Glen Allen Va Turner, Thomas W. . . . ........ 718 Jefferson St., Danville Va Tutwiler, Kenneth G ..... . .404 Stuart Circle Ave., Richmond Va Tutwiler, Richard C., Jr. ................ RFD 2, Glen Allen Va Tyler, David .........., ..... 2 915 Fourth Ave., Richmond, Va Tyler, John B. ....... . . .6003 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va Ukrop, Samuel D. . . . , .4805 Brittles Lane, Richmond Va Va Wiltshire, Richard A. ..... .... R FD 13, Box 45, Richmond, Winder, Raymond C., Jr. . . ..,.. 3125 5th Ave., -Richmond, Va Wine, Benjamin F., Jr.. . . ............ Rt. 4, Staunton, Va Wingfield, Richard L.. .. . . .................. Appomattox, Va Va Winn, William E. ............... Chatham Hts., Martinsville, Winters, Austin H. ......... 2316 Bryan Park Ave., Richmond, Wohlgemuth, Howard M. . . .. . . .18 Matthew Ave., Carteret, N. Wood, Langley H. ................ 1104 Wise St., Lynchburg, Va Wood, Robert L. ........ .... V ernon Ave., Hamburg, N. Va ...................Nassawadox Wood, Norman B., Jr. . . Wood, Raymond C.. . . Woodhn, Paul B., II ..,. Woods, Thomas C., Jr. . . Woodward, Harry M.. . . Woody, Claude L., jr. . . Woolard, Kennet R.. . . Woolford, David R. . . . Wooten, Oscar ..,. . Wooten, Thomas D ...,. Wornom, Isaac L., tlr. . . Wforsham. -james E., . Wright, Frank A. S... .. Wright, James R... . . . Wright, Ralph R.. .. Aldredge, James H. . . . Anderson, Howard P.. . . Ardiff, Vernon L. ..,. . Arenstein, David ....,., Ashworth, David W. . Baker, Ernest B .,..,.. Bareford, john M. . . . . Bareford, William T... . . Barney, Phillip ....,., Barr, Robert G. .,... . Blacker, Melvin R.. . . . Boone, Horace W.. . . . Britton, Wayland P.. . . . Bryan, Thomas P. .. . . . . Burton, Lawrence R.. . . Chewning, William C.. . . Coates, Wade St. C.. . . . Cole, Marvin F .... . . . Corey, Henry. . ...... . . Cridlin, Clyde Y'. ..., . . Cunningham, Howard K.. . . Daniel, Walter T., jr. . . Del Grosso, Joseph . . . Dennis, John S. ,... . . Dillard, Lester L. ,.... . . Dixon, William D. .,... . Djiovanidis, George C... Dunn, Henry T. ,.... . Elmore, John INI ...., Fidler, Walther B.. . . Fine, Jack P... . . . .. Flippin, James W. . . . . Gambill, Walter R.. . . Gayle, John L. .... . Gibson, Robert E.. . . Ginsberg, Sol L. ...., . Goodman, Solomon.. . . . Green, John T.. .. . . . . Hamilton, Lorentz C. . . Hammack, Lorenza . . Heffner, Edgar F., III... Hillard, Major McK.. . . Hudson, William F. . . Hughes, Ray ....... . . Humphrey, James T.. . . Hutcheson, Alan G. . . . Ivey, Virginia D. ..... . . Jacobson, Herman I.. . . klamarik, Paul A. .. . . . Jones, Bertram A. . .. . . -Iones, Frances McG.. .. . -Iones, John R. ...... . Abelson, Elaine. .. . . .... 257 Warwick Ave., South Orange, N. t Abelson, Florence. . . .... 257 Warwick Ave., South Orange, N. . . . .Rt. 9, Box 116, Richmond, Va. ....................Cooper,Va. . . . .634 Auburn Ave., Roanoke, Va. . . . .300 W. 29th St., Richmond, Va. ...Louisa,Va. ...Bassett,Va. . .2019 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va .....Kalama,Wash . . . . . . .1314 Fair St., Camden, S. C . . . . . . . .1314 Fair St., Camden, C . . . 29 Pear Ave., Newport News, Va . .61 Credar Ave., Newport News, Va .. . . . .32 38th St., Richmond Va .....................Rapidan Va . . .3007 Semmcs Ave., Richmond Va Cl . . .502 Worhsam St., Danville ..................CrystalHill . . ........ ..... l farmville . 1235 Lorraine Ave., Richmond . .203 VV. Franklin St.. Richmond . . . 2325 Grove Ave Richmond ..Ozeana ..Ozeana . . . . 132 S. Market St., Petersburg . . . . .3007 Lalnb Ave., Richmond . .2304 Lakeview Ave Richmond v W , Va , Va , Va , Va , Va , Va , Va , Va , Va V a :Va ,Va . . . . . .307 Brown Ave., Hopewell . . 1706 Rodmer Ave., Portsmouth, Va . . . . .330 Clovelly Rd., Richmond . . . .Stuart . . . .744 Arnold Ave., Richmond . . .Tazewell , Va , Va , Va , Va . . .2902 W. Grace St., Richmond 12 Chatsworth Ave., Larchmont, N. Y . qlonesville, Va . . . .603 Kanawha, Beckley, W. Va. .....................Waverly,Va . . .24 Belden St., New London, Conn . .3006 Seminary Ave., Richmond . .Governorys Mansion, Richmond . . . . 107 N. Harvie St., Richmond ...........P.O. 573, Hopewell, Va ,Va ,Va Va . , Va . . . 824 Cumberland St., Bristol, Va . . . . .3230 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va . . . ................ . . .Sharps Va . .107 Tuckahoc Blvd., Richmond, Va . .............. Box 208, Stuart, Va 4227 Kingcrest Pkwy Richmond, Va ...... .2107 5tll Ave., Richmond, Ya 1220 Chesapeake Ave., Norfolk, Va . . . .309 lNIulberry St Richmond, Va . . . . . . . .406 N. 8th St., Hopewell, Va . . . .505 S. Union St., Natchey, Miss ................Grantsvllle,W.Va Lawrenceville, Va . .3215 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va . . . 110 Douglas Ave., Portsmouth, Va ....................Culpeper,Va . . . 800 W. Pine St., Deming, N. Mex . . . . . .The Maples, Rushmere, Va . .Boydton, .. ... 2 N. Blvd., Richmond, . . . . 701 N. 28th St., Richmond, Va Va Va 1,Hopewell,Va ....610 W. 26th St., Richmond, Va .Urbanna,Va . . .122 Shore St., Petersburg, Va Wright, Walter .. . Wyatt, Roy B., .. Yagel, Myron M.. .. . . .. Yeamans. George T. . . . . Yeamans, Melvin E. . . Yeatts, Roy E. . .... . . Yerby, Phillip C., Ill Yoffy, Lawrence M. .. . Yorgey, Merritt G.. . .. Young, David T., . Young, 'Iames . . . Yowell, -Ioel B.. . . . Zizak, John.. Cll00l jones, Robert B. . . . . Jones, Winifred... . . Joyce, Daniel G.. . . . Kidd, William T.. .. james C. .... . Kent Kidd, William T.. .. Kinzey, Bertram Y. . Knowles, John W. ...... . ' . Kuzner, Theodore . Lane, Edward E... . Lapsley, George McI.i. .3 Glen Allen, . . . . .RFD Box 307, Ellerson, .. .Box 80, U. of R., Richmond . . .3305 North Ave., Richmond V a Q s . .3305 North Avc., Richmond, . . . . . .307 Grandin Rd., Roanoke, . . . . . .204 Roanoke St., Richmond, . . .3800 lWonumcnt Ave., Richmond . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Route 60, Allentown, Pa . . .1222 Nottoway Ave., a Va v Va Va Va Va Va Va Richmond, Va . . . 224 E. 22nd St., Wildwood, N. Peola Mills, Va . . .925 Broadway, Camden, N. ...........Culpeper, . . . . . .Stuart Ct. ......Rt.2,Box ....3600 Dill Ave. , Richmond 39, Bassetts , Richmond ..................Ashland . . . .3600 Dill Ave. , Richmond .... . . .RFD 12, Box 54, Richmond . . . . . .5001 Cary St. Rd., Richmond . .3318 York St., Holliday's Cove, W . . . .5405 Tuckahoe Ave., Richmond LeGrande, ,Iohn T. N. ..... ...... 3 108 Lamb Ave. Lewis, Richard E. . .. . Lilly, Charles B... . . . Mapp, john A. ....... . . . Miller, Louis H., . . . Miller, William B... . . . Minor, James M. . . .. . Moncurc, Richard C. L.. .. . .2217 Rosewood Ave .506 St. Christopher's Rd 3914 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond , Richmond . . . .812 S. Sycamore St., Petersburg, .........110 Clyde St., Beckley, W . . . . . .1710-A Park Ave., Richlnond ., Richmond . . . . .3407 Chatham Rd., Richmond . . . . . . . . .3313 Cliff Ave., Richmond ., Richmond Moss, Charles Burchard. . ..... 150 W. Belvedere Rd., Norfolk Nelson, William E ..... Newman, Carol M., Ossea, John ...... . Owen, 'Iohn ..... . . . Parker, George E., . . Payne, James W., . . Penick, George R., tlr. . Philpott, Albert L. .... . Pickus, Milton ........ Pinnell, Charles W., slr. Pregeant, Victor E., III Price, John W. .... . . . Revell, Roscoe D. .... . Roberts, George E.. . . . Russell, .Iohn W. . . .. Russinoff, Albert ..... . Sadler, George W.. . . . Savage, ,Iulian E.. . . Skinner, Wilbur L. . . . . Slaughter, Charles W. . . Smith, Robert D.. .. . . . Snead, John A... ..... 125 Suffolk Ave., Col. Hgts Stokes, George W. .... . Sutton. Trible Dix .... . . Thacker, Oscar C., Thompson, Harry L. . . Turner, Howard G.. . . . Vick, Howard C.. . . . White, George W.. . . Williams, Stuart L.. . . Wilson, Daniel D .... .....................Vlctorla ...... ...Box 114, Blacksburg . . . .122 Brown St., Appalachia . . . . . 1107 W. Grace St., Richmond . . . .3229 Patterson Ave., Richmond . . . . .211 Ramsey Ave., Hopewell . ............... Hurricane, W. .Philpott . . . . .207 Fil-et Ave., Reeleley, wi . . . . . . . .305 Oak Lane. Richmond . ..... 1302 Lakefront Ave., Richmond . . . .................... Washington, .......Rt., Box 110-B, Limona, w v a v 1 7 1 1 s ufeatlzamplon Colfege 1. J Adams, Ellen P. .............. 404 w. 28th st., Rlehnnnntl 24, vnf Adams, Nancy .... ................ D ry Hill Rd., Norwalk, Conn. Alexander, Margaret H ........ Rt. 445, Box 240, Richmond 23, Va. Alexander, Marilyn A. 494 Monmouth Rd., West Long Branch, N. Allen, Betty A. .,........ 3005 Monument Ave., Rlelnnnnel 21 ve Allen, jacquelin P. ..................... RFD 7642, Scottsburg, V , . I. Allen, Patricia G ....... . . .3002 Seminary Ave., Richmond 22, Va. Ammerman, Isabel D. .... . . .4312 Old Brook Rd., Richmond, Va. Anderson, Mildred L. .... 119 Beechwood Ave., Catonsville 28, Md Arcller, Wanda B. ..................... Hickory Rel., Ettrick, Va. Arey, Margaret B. .... . Armstrong, Laura .... . Arnold, Martha-Clay. . . Ashberry, Jane B. . . . . Ayre, Cornelia M.. . . Baker, Suzanne. .. . . . . Balderson, Doris C. .... . . . Ballagh, Patricia A. ........ . Barbour, Jean E.. . . . Barlow, Hannah L.. . . Barnett, ,Iudith A.. .. . . Beattie, Barbara A. .... . Midlothian . . . .4104 Patterson Ave., Richmond . . . . . .43 Towano Rd., Richmond . . .429 N. Stafford Ave., Richmond .... . . . . .218 W. 12th St., Richmond . . . . . . . . .2912 Third Ave., Richmond 1019 McDonough St., Richmnod ., Petersburg . Coopers, W ...............Rt.3,GlenAllen . . . . . .2424 Stuart Ave., Richmond . .. . .2011 Monument Ave., Richmond 5106 Sylvan Rd., Richmond 1816 Maple Shade Lane, Richmond 3301 Stuart Ave., Richmond . . . .5801 York Rd., Richmond ...........Box 64, Bon Air 150 Ott St., Harrisonburg .3121 Edgewood Ave., R ichmond 22 . . . . . . .803 S. Stewart St., Winchester . . .416 Maryland Ave., Portsmouth, w v Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Fla Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va V a Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Ya Va Va Va Va Va 3130 Grifhn Ave., Richmond 22, 815 Piedmont St., Culpeper, 5519 Stonington Ave., Baltimore 7, Md 324 Pembroke Rd., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa Barbour, Irene E.. . 11 Sherwood Rd., Rockville Centre, L. I., N. Y 1401 Main St., South Boston, ........................smnnnela . .... ......... n 14 8th st., snellnyville, 1207 Laburnum Ave., Richmond 22, Va Va Va KY Va Beck, Dorothy A.. . . . . .124 Gallows Hill Rd., Westfield, N. Bellows, Nlildred I. ..,.. ..... 8 20 Westover Ave., Norfolk.7, Bcrkle, lN1artha H.. .. . . Bermann, Doris F. Teatro Caracas a Pte. Berry, Nancy G. .... . . . Berz, Jackie ..... . Betts, Vivian .... . . Bing, Doris A.. .. . . . .. Bingham, Howie B.. .. Bishop, Sarah L. .... . Black, hlary F. ...., . Black, Patriaia A.. .. . Blanton, Nancy J.. .. . Borton, Vivian ....,... Bowler ane R , . ...... . Bowles, Mary M. ..... . Bradford, Audrey L.. . . ..........................Manakm,Va. Rcpublica, Quinta Doriane, P. O. Box 1274, Caracas, Venezuela ..... . . . .3326 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . .4412 Bromley Lane, Richmond 21, Va. ............................Ivor,Va. .......................Victoria,Va. .................Weverton,Md . . . . .907 Maiden Lane, Roanoke, Va. . . . . .Rt. 2, Box 262, Richmond 21, Va. . . . . .1 Gainsborough Rd., Searsdale, N. Y. ........................C3I'1CFSVlllC,VH. . . . .4113 Hanover Ave., Richmond 21, Va. 6601 Three Cho t Rd Richmond 21 Va . p ., , . . . . . . . 102 Archwood Ave., Annapolis, Md. . . . . .447 Riverside Drive, Portsmough, Va. Brady, Sudie R.. . .1207 W. Franklin St., Apt. 3, Richmond 20, Va. Brandenburg, Janice M. ...... 102 Monticello Ave., Annapolis, Md. Brann, Barbara A. . .. . Brenner, Sarah R.. . . . Bridgers, Undine C.. . . Brinson, Virginia L.. . . .......................SouthBoston,Va. . .... 220 28th St., Newport News, Va. . ........,........ Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. . . . . . . . . . . . .268 E. 39th St., Norfolk 8, Va. Brown, Diane . . . .........,. 4000 Grove ve., Richmond 21, Va. Brown, Mary E.. .Agecroft Hall, Windsor Farms, Richmond 21, Va. Brown, Rhoda ................... 18 Roslyn Rd., Richmond, Brumsey, Jean B. . . ......... 3129 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va. Va. Bruner, Anne R. . . . ......... 6304 Hanover Ave., Portsmouth, Va. Bruner, Caroline G. 1930 Westover Ave., Walnut Hill, Petersburg, Va. Bullock, Mrs. Elizabeth W..723 Byrd Park Court, Richmond 20, Va Burnside, Pamela S. ............. . ."Eastwind," Nassau, Bahamas Buxbaum, Carol .... ......... 1 54 Armstrong Drive, Hampton, Va. Calhoun, Rosamond G. ..... ...... E ast Lee Highway, Marion, Va. Campbell, Margaret A. ............ 111 E. Main St., Saltville, Va. Canada, Marjorie ..... ...... 1 409 Rittenhouse St., Lynchburg, Va. Candler, Katherine J .... .......... R FD 7142, Madison Heights, Va. Cardozo, Clare. ............. 325 E. 79th St., New York 21, N. Y. Carlton, Jeanne E. ...... 1503 Wilmington Ave., Richmond 22, Carter, Anne L. .... .......................... K ilmarnock, Carter, Kathryn T. ....... 3229 Woodrow Ave., Richmond 22 Va. Va. , Va. Carter, Maria N. ............. 7 Rothesay Rd., Richmond 21, Va. Chambliss, Elizabeth O. .... ...................... R awlings, Va. Chambliss, Ellen M. ............................. Rawlings, Va. Chandler, Frances M.. 2312 Spring Garden Drive, Bluefield, W Chandler, Helen V. . . ..5100 Huntington Ave., Newport News, Chapin, Nancy J, ..... . Va. Va. . . . . . . . .294 Crafton Blvd., Pittsburgh 5, Pa. Chapman, Lorraine A. ............................. Jarratt, Va. Cheatham, Ann B.. . . Cheatham, Mildred L Christian, Peggy S... . Church, Helen H.. . . . Clark, Ann B. ..... . Clauter, Santina .... Clay, Alice C. .... . Cohn, Emily A. ..... . Cole, Helen F. .... . . . Coleman, Barbara J.. Coles, Frances . . . Collier, Marion . . . Conant, Helen... . . . . Conant, Janice R. . . . Condyles, Helen C... . ....509 N. Blvd., Apt. 13, Richmond 21, Va. . ......... 202 E. Maryland Ave., Crewe, Va. . . . . .3305 Patterson Ave., Richmond 21, Va. . . . .3535 N. E. Alameda, Portland, Oreg. .........................Sharps,Va. . . . . . . . . . .207 North St., Bluefield, W. Va. . . .6203 Patterson Ave., Richmond 21, Va. .. . . .135 Mayhew Dr., South Orange, N. 2618 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 410 Elmwood Ave., Lynchburg, Va. . . ....................... Halifax, Va. . . . .5224 Sylvan Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . . . .Box 41, South Lincoln, Mass. . . . . . . . .Chincoteague, Va. . ...... 1014 Porter St., Richmond 24, Va. Copenhaver, Nancy .................. 807 Park St., Bristol, Va Cosby Elizabeth P... 2101 E Marshall St Richmond 23 Va Covington, Barbara ...... 1207 Brent Sti, Wadesobro, oi Covington, Louise G.. ............................... Vera, Va. Cox, Mary E .......... ..... 4 202 Decatur St., Richmond 24, Va. Crank, Mable F.. .... .... 4 09 Rivermont Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Crockett, Alberta C. . . ........... 165 Maple Ave., Welch, W. Cross, Mary L. .................. 3300 Park Ave., Richmond Va. , Va. Cunningham, Jaequelyn M. . .. . .1800 E. Main St., Richmond, Va. Curtis, Betty L. ................. 423 Westover Ave., Norfolk, Va. Curtis, Nancy. . 1201 Allendale St., Prospect Hills, Roanoke 14, Va. Curtis, Sallie A .,............................... Viewtown, Va. Daffron, Mildred B. ..... . .5009 King William Rd., Richmond, Va. Dalton, Stella ......... ........ 1 019 Prospect Ave., Pulaski, Va. Darrow, Martha S. . .. . ........................ Oxford, Md. Davis, Dorothy L.. . . . ..... 114 Handley Blvd., Winchester, Va. Davis, Leonora .... . . .43 Bogart Ave., Port Washington, N. Y. Davis, Shirley J.. . .. . ........................ Manassas, Va. Deane, Barbara E. ..................... ....... N ew Canton, Va. Decker, Elisabeth B. .... . .52 Grandview Ave., White Plains, N. Y Decker, Katherine 24 Holmehurst Ave., Catonsville, Baltimore 28, Md Deitrick, Emily L. ................. 295 Nutley Ave., Nutley, N. J Dens, Jane A. ........ ...... 1 55 W. Dudley Ave., Westfield, N. Dickinson, Julia C.. ......... 41 Fairway Ridge, Richmond 21, Va Dickinson, Susan L. ...... 400 North Royal Ave., Front Royal, Va Dole, Nora A. ...... . . . . . . . . . .61 Atwood Ave., Sausalito, Calif: Dornon, Claudia K. . . . . Dorsey, Ann .... . . . . .105 Brewster Rd., Searsdale, N. Y . . . . . . . . . .304 Brown Ave., Hopewell, Va Driscoll, Patricia B. ............................ Port Royal, Va Eagan, Patricia A. ....... . Eanes, Ida Ross .... . Earll, Letitia L ...... I U I 1 I 1 1 1 U 2813 Moss Side Ave., Richmond 22, Va 307 Battery Ave., Emporia, Va 5045 Reno Rd., N.W., Washington 8, D. C Edwards, Martha N. ............................... Driver, Va Ellett, Virginia C. .... ........ B eaver Dam, Va Elliott, Margaret. . . ......... Bowling Green, Va Elliott, Russell. .. . ,.......... Bowling Green, Va Enslin, Priscilla .... ....... 4 Seminary Ave., Chester, Pa Evans, Betty ..... .................. N orthfork, W. Va Feiber, Marion L.. . .. . ...36-14 165th St., Flushing, L. I., N. Y Feild, Agnes P. ....... ....... 3 314 Alabama Ave., Alexandria, Va Feinberg, Lorraine D. ........ 11 Campus Place, Brooklyn 8, N. Y Fitzgerald, Gay .... ...... 4 12 North Allen Ave., Richmond 20, Va Fleshman, Betty M.. . . ....... 307 Hawthorne St., Covington, Va Ford, Nellie G.. ................................. Stratford, Va Foster, Ann M. .... ............ 1 47 Webb Ave., River Edge, N. J Foster, Dorothy QMrs.J 315 Virginia Ave., Col. Hgts., Petersburg, Va Freed, Eunice B. ..... ........ 6 49 S. Mason St., Harrisonburg, Va Fuller, Patricia R. 30 Biloxi Place, Ferguson Park, Newport News, Va Gibson, Janice B.. . . ......... 1519 Grove Ave., Richmond 20 Va 7 Giles, Maude L.. ............. 201 Seneca Rd., Richmond 21 Va 7 Gill, Anne M. .............. 633 Pennsylvania Ave., Norfolk 8 Va 7 Gilmer, Margaret Lynn-Lewis. ........ "Woodburne," Louisa. Va Givens, Elizabeth I. ........... 1919 Roundhill Ave., Roanoke, Va Golden, Doris E. .... ...... 1 606 Williamsburg Rd., Richmond, Va Goode, Margaret E. .... ............................ H enry, Va Goodman, Alice C. . . . ..... 3603 Carolina Ave., Goodman, Florence F. ..... 4111 Patterson Ave., Gouldin, Ruth .............. 2720 Hanes Ave., Grabeel, Virginia L. . Graham, Betty S. ......... 3409 Rosewood Ave., Gray, Florence . Greenberg, Lenore D.. .. . . . . . Guard, Mary S. .... . Guild, Mabel P. .... . Gustafson, Betty A. . . Gustafson, Joyce A.. . Gutfreund, Jane A. . . Haimovit, Sylvia G. . Hall, Marian L... ...... . . . . Hall, Martha M.. . . . Hammond, Harriet L. ..... . . . . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1.18721Ei.i31istiSti., Richmond 22, Va Richmond 21, Va Richmond 22, Va . . . .Rose Hill, Va Richmond 21, Va . . . . .Waverly, Va Brooklyn 10, N. Y .New Market, Va .......Studley, Va . . .6 Westham Pkwy., Richmond 21, Va . . .1348 Magnolia Ave., Norfolk 8, Va . . . .1050 Park Ave., New York 28, N. Y 9 Centre Hill, Petersburg, Va .565 Pine Ave., Waynesboro, Va 565 Pine Ave., Waynesboro, Va .18 W. Oak St., Alexandria, Va Hardin, Betty G. . ............... 1103 Elm St., Lumberton, N. C Harper, Dorothy A. CMrs.l .... . .14 Lexington Rd., Richmond, Va Harper, Jean S .......... 3218 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond 22, Va Harris, Dorothy I. . . ............... Halliahurst Ave., Vinton, Va Harris, Martha ................. Halliahurst Ave., Vinton, Va Harris, Peggy B. CMrs.J ..... .... 5 61 Arlington Rd., Roanoke, Va Harrison, Nancy B.. ..... .... 1 315 13th St., Huntington, W. Va Hart, Sarah G.. ....... ...................... D endron Va Haskell, Mary B. .... . . . .... 1414 Park Ave., Richmond 20, Va Haskins, Helen W. ..... . . . . .620 Pensacola Ave., Richmond, Va Hassel, Peggy I. ..... .......... 4 12 N. 34th St., Richmond 23, Va Hawthorne, Margaret P. ....................... Kilmarnock, Va Hayes, Sally E.. ....... 286 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains, N. Y Hengeveld, Betty S. .... ........ 1 35 Latane Ave., Winchester, Va Hepler, Lily B. CMrs.l .. . . 1515 Claremont Ave., Richmond 22 Va Herndon, Virginia M. ...... 809 Sylvania Ave., Fredericksburg Va Hickerson, Louise L.. ..... 2817 Moss Side Ave., Hickerson, Margaret E. . . .2817 Moss Side Ave., 7 7 Richmond 22, Va Richmond 22, Va .......Tabb,va Higgins, Anne E. ......................... . Hines, Ellwood F. ............ 1503 Floyd Ave., Hix, Frances E. ....... ....... 2 207 Stuart Ave., Hodges, Shirley R.. .. 12 Randolph Place, N.W., Hofer, Beverly E. . . . ......... 402 Millwood Ave., Winchester, Holland, Emily S.. ............. 411 22nd St., Virginia Beach, Va Hoover, Josephine E. . . . ....... 1304-A Spruce St., Richmond, Va Horne, Elizabeth-Eugenia. . ......... 208 Warren St., Norfolk, Va Hosier, Alice T. .... ............... R iverview Drive, Suffolk, Va Howard, Mary F. ............. 1322 Jeffress St., South Boston, Va Hsu, Elizabeth Kwang-Hsin Enkwang School, Shuin Chinkai, Kunming, Yunnan, China Richmond 20, Va Richmond 20, Va Washington, D. C Va Hudson, Mary B. ........................ Rt. 2, Winchester, Va Huff, Jessie S. .............. 1512 Westwood Ave., Richmond, Va Hughes, Dorothy. .. . . . .1407 Sauer Ave., Richmond 21, Va Hughes, Sallie A. . . . ......... Rt. 6, Box 5, Lynchburg, Va Hughston, Sadie B. . . . .... Box 15, Hillcrest, Spartanburg, S. C Hull, Barbara ......... .... 3 308 Fifth Ave., Richmond 22, Va Huske, Marion K. . ........... 5308 N. Fairfax Dr., Arlington, Va Hutcherson, Millicent C. .......... 405 Macoy Ave., Culpeper, Va Iggers, Lena R. ........ . 3001 Monument Ave., Richmond 21, Va Jacobs,iBettie CMrs.J .... . . .4000 Grove Ave., Richmond 21, Va Jacobs, Harriet E.. . .. . . . . . Jennings, Hazel V. ........... . Jeter, Jacqueline L.. . . . .106 Elberon Ave., Loch Arbour, N. J 3115 First Ave., Richmond 22, Va .4012 Noyes Ave., S.E., Charleston, W. Va Nager, Genevieve T. Johnson, Joan P. . . . Johnson, Lois R.. . .. Johnson, Nan E.. .. . Jones, Barbara L. . . . Jones, Martha L.. .. . Jones, Pauline P. .. . . Kelly, Patricia . . Kenney, Martha A.. Kerns, Eleanor V.. . . Keyser, Elsie M.. . . . Kidd, Rose A. ...... . Kilpatrick, Georgia.. King, Margaret R. . . . Kirkmyer, Helen G.. Knapp, Margaret A. . . . .30 Lee St., Lincoln, Maine .............WestPoint,Va. ............................Dolphin,Va. . ......................... Round Hill, Va. . . .3641 Veazey St., N.W., Washington, D. C . . . . . .104 Lynchburg Ave., Petersburg, Va .....................Gainesville,Va . . . . . . . .1016 Newberry St., Aiken, S. C ........................Gloucester,Va . . . .3127 Garland Ave., Richmond 22, Va . . . . .203 Mulberry St., Bluefield, W. Va . . . .................. Lawrenceville, Va . . . . . 16 Ward Ave., Northampton, Mass . . . ..... 302 Oak Lane, Richmond 21, Va .........................WestPoint,Va Koltukian, Elizabeth G. ..... 6105 Howard Rd., Richmond 21, Va Krause, Catherine I. . . .1906 Sherwood Ave., Baltimore 18, Md Kreienbaum, Lois K.. ....... 3707 Moody Ave., Richmond 24, Va Kreyer, Virginia A. . . .......,. 2415 Quentin Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y Kufferman, Elaine R. . . . . .525 Longview Rd., South Orange, N. J Lachman, Alice L. . .. . . 712 Pennstone Rd Br n Mawr, Pa Lampathakis, Helen K.. Landi, Alice R. M.. Largent, Ellen B.. . . Lending, Judith S. . . Leonard, Janet E. . . Lewis, Frances B. . . . Lide, Florence A.. . . Lloyd, Doris P.. . .. . Lloyd, Dorothy A.. .. . . Lovern, Suzanne E.. Lowry, Maisy . . . . . . . . . .. ., y 2305 Park Dr., Wythe Place, Hampton, Va . . . . . . . .724 Brook Rd., Richmond 20, Va . . . . . . .315 S. Stewart St., Winchester, Va . . .1516 Oxford Rd., Charlottesville, Va Chincotea ue, Va ....5104 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond 24 ' , Va . . . . . . . . .421 S. Coit St., Florence, S. C . . .1602 Sauer Ave., Richmond 21, Va . . . . . . . .36 Harrison St., Princeton, N. J . . . .304 Dundee Ave., Richmond 24, Va . . . . .9 Highview Ave., Bernardsville, N. J Lum, Wilma E. ............., 1731 Brandon Ave., Petersburg, Va Lusby, Mary C. .... . . . . .1314 30th St., N.W., Washington 7, D. C Lynham, Louise C.. . . 1315 Fernway Rd., N.W., Washington, D. C Lynn, Audrey M. .......... 3215 Garland Ave., Richmond 22, Va Lynn, Caroline J .......... 3040 Montrose Ave., Richmond 22, Va McAlpine, Winifred. .207 West Rd., Glensheallah, Portsmouth, Va McClanahan, Lois A ..........,... Rt. 2, Box 104, Richmond, Va MacClintock, Lucia L. ....,.......... Ridge Rd., Kingston, N. J McCullough, Lydia A. ..... . . .3115 Grove Ave., Richmond 21, Va McCullough, Patricia 1312 Holly St., N.W., Washington 12, D. C McDonald, Felicity A. lMrs.J "Sleepy Hollow," River Rd., Richmond, Va McDonough, Helen M. .. . .3114 Patterson Ave., Richmond 21, Va McKee, Mary A. ........,....... 522 Alabama St., Bristol, Tenn McLaughlin, Frances E. .......................... Sandston, Va McNeal, Martha D. .............................. Fairport, Va Mallory, Kathleen V. ........... 608 16th St., Virginia Beach, Va.. Mann, Gilda R. .... ........ R ittenhouse Plaza, Philadelphia 3, Pa Marlin, Alda B. .... . Marsh, Carolyn O.. . Mason Alice R Massie Marylou R Menefee, Ollie ...... . . , . . .3154 Flody Ave., Richmond 21, Va ...... . . .307 S. McQueen St., Florence, C . . . . . . . . .2804 victoria Ave., Norfolk, va . . . . . .4001 Grove Ave., Richmond 21, Va . . . .61 Woodward Ave., Asheville, N. C Martens, Josephine T.. .148 Laurel Hill Rd., Mountain Lakes, N. J B Meyer, Jean E. .... . Michener, Marilyn Miller, Eileen M.. . . Milonas, Athena .... Minter, Elsie G. .... . Mintz, Emily A. G.. Moody, Jean E. ,... . Moore, Arline . . .. . . Moore, Doris M.. . .. Moore, Hilda L.. . .. Morano, Ann E. . . .. Morrissey, Ruth C.. . . . Mullins, Virginia. .. . . . Murdoch, Mary L.. . Niblet, Jessica W. . . . Nicholas, Mary B. .. Noble, Mary T. ...... . Noren, Claire C.. . .. Norris, Jane W. . . . O'Brien, Betty G. . . . Orrell, Frances S.. . . Otey, Virginia A.. . . Owen, Sue W... . . . . Pahnelas, Elizabeth V.. Parks, Ruth M. .... . . . Parlow, Patricia A.. . Parrish, Joyce A.. . .. Parson, Marjorie B.. . . . Patrick, Cynthia W. . ....................Box154,Enf1eld,N.C .. .. . .345 Morris Ave., Mountain Lakes, N. J ..................R.R.ff2,Be1Aif,Md . . . . .803 N. Davis Ave., Richmond 20, Va . . . .611 E. Church St., Martinsville, Va ............Box 161, West Winfield, N. Y ...............40410th St., Altavista, Va 1351 Kalmia Rd., N.W., Washington, D. C .............117 Locust Ave., Hampton, Va , . . . . . . . . . . . .907 Broad St., Altavista, Va . . . . . , . .6 N. Sheppard St., Richmond, Va . .3025 Kensington Ave., Richmond 21, Va . . .2900 Lyndhurst Ave., Baltimore 16, Md .716 E. Phil-Ellena St., Philadelphia 19, Pa . . . . . . .28 Mayhew Ave., Larcbmont, N. Y Patterson, Ruby L.. . . Patton, May B.. .. . . Peck, Susan M. .....,. . Peddicord, Mary A. .. . Pitman, Doris D.. . .. Pitman, Margie R.. . . . Pitt, Jacqueline. . . . Pitt, Jane H. ........ . Pitts, Eleanor L. . . .. . . . . Polity, Denise ...,...,... Pollard, Margaret H. . . . . Pollock, Martha . . . Polon, Phyllis T.. . . . Portela, Maria I. . . . . Porter, Helen S. . . . Porter, Isabel B.. . . . . . . Proffit, Betty L. ........ . ............McKenney,Va 771, Midlothian, Va Cherry St., Milford, Conn ..113 Osborne Ave., Catonsville 28, Md .........................Regina,Va .........................Rc-gina,Va . . . . . . . .3918 Park Ave., Richmond, Va . .923 W. Franklin St., Richmond 20, Va 3619 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va . ..... 137 Johnson Ave., Teaneck, N. ...................RedSacket,W.Va . . . . . . . . .911 Carlisle St., Tarentum, Pa . .4415 Bromley Lane, Richmond 23, Va . .8 San Felipe St., Arecibo, Puerto Rico . . . .1912 N. Harvard St., Arlington, Va . . . . . . .404 N. Nelson St., Arlington, Va . . . . . . . .912 Maiden Lane, Roanoke, Va Pulsford, Ann Y. ..... 1004 E. Wilson Point Rd., Baltimore 20, Md Rainer, Jean C. . . . ..................,, RFD 2, Boonton, N. Reeves, Doris L. ........... 600 W. Fulton Ave., Falls Church, Va Reid, Gloria A... . . . . . . . . 1512 Claremont Ave., Richmond 22, Va Reid, Nancy A. .... 334 Maryland Ave., N.E., Washington 2, D. C Revell, Betty . . ............. 150 Columbia Ave., Hampton, Va Reynolds, Constance A. . ......... 312 W. 29th St., Richmond, Va Reynolds, Doris M. 16 Bayswater St., Orient Hgts., Easton Boston, Mass Reynolds, Margaret B. ........ 653 Fairmont Ave., Westfield, N. J Rhodes, Barbara A ....... ..... 9 09 Grove St., Danville, Va Rice, Annette M. . . ........ .... 1 19 King St., Reidsville, N. C Richards, Gwendolyn G.. . .. . ,... Rt. 1, Box 291, Richmond, Va Richards, Janet R. 1608 Manchester Lane, N.W., Washington 11, D. C Richardson, Nancy G.. . 1601-A Monument Ave., Richmond 20, Va Richmond, Eloise P. ..... .......................... C Irozier, Va Richwine, Dorothy M. ...,..... 3400 Cliff Ave., Richmond 22, Va Roberson, Alice ......,......,. 522 Church St., Lynchburg, Va Robison, Carroll F. ..... . . 1631 Westbrook Ave., Richmond 22 Va Rock, Barbara A. ............... 10 Afton Pkwy., Portsmouth, Va Rodewald, Barbara A. . . ................. RFD 1, Freehold, N. J Rogers, Janet E. ..... ....... 5 240 Riverview Blvd., Bradenton, Fla Rosenberger, Mary K. ......... 511 N. Monroe St., Arlington, Va Rowse, Elizabeth M.. 1906 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington 73, Mass Rucker, Allen H. ..... .... 4 306 Great Oaks Lane, Jacksonville, Fla Russinoff, Betty H. CMrs.1 .... . .4010 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va Ryland, Clarice B. ......, 4107 W. Franklin St., Richmond 21, Va Rynaldo, Lois M .... ..........., 2 814 Hull St., Richmond 24, Va 1 Sabine, Margaret K..2043 Rosemont Ave., N.W., Washington, D. C Sanders, Veretas M ...... Sanford, Jane O.. .. . . . Saunders, Laura L. . . . Schanen, Jean M.. . .. Schanen Winifred , P.. . . Sehimmel, Ruth . . Shaw, Mary V.. . . . . Shull, Joan E. ....,.. . Sidlovsky, Carol M.. . . Siegel, Carol ....... Sims, Betty M. . . . . Sims, Virginia W.. . . Slate, Elizabeth .. . . . . . . . . 1320 Grace St., Wilmington, N. C . . . .185 Marshall Terrace, Danville, Va ..........................Ivor,Va . . . 118 Gladstone Rd., Lansdowne, Pa . . . . .118 Gladstone Rd., Lansdowne, Pa . . .8021 Eastern Ave., Silver Spring, Md . . . . . .118 N. 7th St., Wilmington, N. C ........ .310 Elden St., Herndon, Va . . . . . . .32 Pleasant Ave., Passaic, N. . . .85 Edgemont Place, Teaneck, N. J Va ......................Rapidan' . . .1205 Petersburg Pike, Richmond, Va . . . . . . . .613 3rd St., South Boston, Va 7 Sletten, Verda A. . . .... ..,............ R FD 6, Richmond, Va Smith, Catherine H. .... . . .509 King Street Rd., Alexandria, Va Smith, Emily C. . . .... ......, 6 05 N. Main St., Culpeper, Va Smith, Harriet L. .... ,......,.,......... A lderson, W. Va Smith, Ida S. .... . . ........ 605 N. Main St., Culpeper, Va Smith Jacquelyn. .... ,.......... 1 12 Linden Ave., Suffolk, Va Smith Virginia M.. . . .... 154 Academy St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y Soles, Rosa L. . . . . Sollod, Shirley A.. . Spivey, Mary J .... Springer, Sally A... Stahl, Beverly A.. . . . . .Cobbs Creek, Mathews County, Va . . . . .1831 Berkeley Ave., Petersburg, Va Spencer, Martha E.. . . .... 415 Elmwood Ave., Lynchburg, Va . . . . . .204 S. Market St., Petersburg, Va . . . .Chateau Burgundy, Scarsdale, N. Y . . . . . .30 W. Chocolate Ave., Hershey, Pa . . . . . .3406 Floyd Ave., Richmond 21, Va . . . . .1123 McDonough St., Richmond, Va . .3212 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond 22, Va . . .60 W. Princeton Rd., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa . ..... 2903 Hanes Ave., Richmond 22, Va .........110 N. Layton Ave., Dunn, N. C . . 121 W. Lancaster Rd. N.'H'gmi1i5h' , Richmond 22, Va .Crumpler, W. Va St., Richmond, Va . . . . . .3033 W. Cary St., Richmond 21, Va Q Q 11 f 242'B5Qg5i.ivai1't-5' . . . . .Fincastle, Va Ave., Sarasota, Fla . . . .2225 Maplewood Ave., Richmond 20, Va ............................Jarratt,Va . . . . .2912 Chesapeake Ave., Hampton, Va. Stansbury, Betty L. . . . . . .1210 Laburnum Ave., Richmond 22, Va Steiner, Rita Z.. . .. . . . .. Stone, Margaret T. . Strauss, Carolyn . . . . ........ 95 Conklin Ave., Woodmere, N. Y Stuart, Frances A.. . . Sullivan, Mary Sutton, Frances W. . . . Taggart, Barbara A. .... . Taylor, Isabelle H. .. . Taylor, Sally H. . . .. . .3103 E. Marshall St., Richmond 23, Va ...... .3039 44th St., VVashington, D. C 2416 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond 22, Va . . . . . .4015 Monticello St., Richmond, Va ...................WestPoint,Va . . .1621 Pope Ave., Richmond 22, Va . . . . . .P. O. Box 270, Pensacola, Fla Va ........................Amelia, Thalenberg, Miriam H. ..., . . .325 E. 77th St., New York 21, N. Y Thomas, Mary C. . . . . Thomson, Marian L Thornton, Lena D.. . . .......,..........Ellerson,Va ..................Box31,Rosslyn,Va ..........Rt. 1, Box 458, Hampton, Va Tilman, Emma ...., 4615 King William Rd., Richmond 24, Va Tinker, Janet D. ......... 304 N. Cleveland St., Richmond 21, Va "P"W 1 1 5 l 1 I 1 A r v 1 l F 1 1 , . l Tinker, -lo A. C. . . . . . .304 N. Cleveland St., Richmond 21, Va Tinsley, .jean M... . . .... 3203 Enslow Ave., Richmond 22, Va Tinsley, Martha . . .... 3203 Enslow Ave., Richmond 22, Va Todd, Barbara L. ,........... 94 Parkway Rd., Bronxville 8, N. Y Toole, Dorothy lwl. llNlrs.l . .4304 Bromley Lane, Richmond 21, Va Trader, Olive T.. ..................,............ Oak Hall, Va Triplett, Georgia L.. .. .....,.......,........., Markham, Va Triplett, Lille B.. ......,.. .....,., .......... M a rkham, Va Vander Sehalie, Verona S. ..... 881 Hillcrest Rd., Ridgewood, N. ,I Vandever, lvlartha.. ......, 6610 N. 11th St., Philadelphia 26, Pa Yan Dyck, Sallie D. H. ........... 18 Fillmore St., Petersburg, Va Yerra, Alice Bl. ........... 208 S. Mulberry St., Richmond 20, Va Vickers, Doris H. .... . . .300 Normandy Dr., Silver Spring, Md Wfagstaff, Susie V.. . . VValdrop, -lean V. . . . XValker, Carol ......... Wfalthall, Emily lwl.. . . . Wlann, Julia B. ...... . .........,.....,.....Marionville,Va 1Varing,Joanne P. ...... 3637 Veazey St., N.W., Washington, D. C Warner, VVaters, Watson Watson, Dorothy S. ........................ Tappahannock, Va lN1ary G. lMrs.l. .Beechwood Farm, Rt. 10, Richmond, Va Ann N. . .......... 3702 R St., N.W., Washington, D. C LaVinia F.. . . ........... 3615 Myrtle St., Hampton, Va. Webb, Elizabeth M. . ....... 220 St. George St., St. Augustine, Fla. West, Marian E. ............. 2402 Everton Rd., Baltimore 9, Md VVestervelt, Charlotte E.. . . ...., 19 Seuflie Hill, Martinsville, Va . . . .2113 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . . . .23 Border St., Cohasset, Mass. . .Rt. 12, Staples Mill Rd., Richmond, Va. .3110 19th St., N.W., Washington 10, D. C. Wheeler, Charlotte A. ........... 336 55th St., Newport News, Va White, Barbara. ........,.... 3501 Stuart Ave., Richmond 21, Va White, Nancy K. . 120 N. 2nd St., Hammond Apts., Richmond, Va Whitman, Ruth L.. . . ......................... Round Hill Va Whitman, Wilda B.. . .303 Duke Dr., Green Acres, Portsmouth, Va Wilburn, Mary E.. . . ........... 56 Mountain St., Union, S. C Wilensky, Idell L. ............ 228 S. jefferson St., Petersburg, Va Wiley, Ann S. ........ ..........,.........,........ C rozet, Va Willer, Shirley M. .... ..... 1 33 W. Lake Rd., Canandaigua, N. Y Williams, Margery C..607 St. Christopher's Rd., Richmond 21, Va Williams, Shirley S. ......... 2416 Memorial Ave., Lynchburg, Va Wilson, Ann A. ......,,.., 2514 Seminary Ave., Richmond 22, Va Wingheld, Mary .. . .............. Rt. 2, Charlottesville, Va Winn, Mary L. .... .................... B remo Bluff, Va Winter, Jean E. .... . ......... 1132 Forest Rd., Lakewood 7, Ohio Wood, Elizabeth. . ................... 68 Union St., Bristol, R. I Wood, Mary B. ................................. Somerset, Va Wood, Mary .5933 Madison Ave., Parkview, Hilton Village, Va Wyatt, Catherine S. .... ............, 8 62 Main St., Danville, Va Yoffy, Ann R. CMrs.l , . ..3800 Monument Ave., Richmond 21, Va Yook, May L. . ............. 308 N. Adams St., Richmond 20, Va Young, Katharine L. ........ 409 Prospect St., Northampton, Mass Young, Millicent A. . . .. . .616 Aspen St., N.W., Washington, D. C Young, Nola W. CMrs.l . . ........... 55th St., Virginia Beach, Va Young, Sara F.. ............................... Fishersville, Va Zeigler, Barbara A. ....... 4107 Edgemoor Lane, Bethesda 14, Md In this, a diflicult year, we wish to express our appreciation to all those who made this book possible-to Mr. Joseph E. Nettles of the University of Richmond, to Mr. Charles G. Mallon and lXlr. Robert R. Shaw of Baughman Company, to Mr. A. C. Ford of Virginia Engraving Company, and to the staff. . Rtynxv-1 I' -. f -vyvq, W- V r -- ,X 17,--. ,, , .,. VY, ,mr ..-,U 1 V vi V W P O V " .I ., I I. 5 4 china -.. .. ...' ... Thpga ,.....-1-v i- , A 11: 7 ,, lil .. , . -f' . ,L -'Zt"'.'L. . fn, " ' If 5 Q9 ' RICHMOND COLLEGE IN 1885 ichmond College was formerly situ- ated in the block bordered by Broad, Ryland, Lombardy, and Franklin Streets. In 1914 it moved to its present location, and was first identified as the University of Richmond in 1921. N for V 5 a -9'N W- --'W -- - ,.-,,- ,. . 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