University of Richmond - Web Yearbook (Richmond, VA)

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L STUUENTAUIVITIES BIHLUING THIS B OOK BELONGS TO mn l100-m',f3 N-I L.-.-....1. A X xix S- Qx 'T N X ... . .., . ... A A ' X :WM If lj NX 4 W 4 . W ff 1 i J H - X . QM , I f fu f ,li ix 1 X 1 1' lj M N 4 I l ' Annual Publication of the University of Richmond Student Body VOLUME 51 We 5 In if I 41 F. if ,,, ,Q V . - n N A . . llA L ! i X Z XX X ,fzwla f i, Q .,A' if Q V- ' 1 f ' ff J QV xx i,,f. " L L A ,jg - 'u - I ff . li l l x f i if 4' ,,' ii ' X ff l 1 l K' R. N 1 f! WX I C. NORMAN WOERNER R + J l if , 'Ai A l ff Emo'-m-chief X .M we ,W lx, if Q Rx L ' rf' , fly' ,W ff llllf :MW f if f X W ,Wy f W ll X GEORGE R. ALDHIZIER L H. W ,""-,J J , ,f . , l XJ -I if! Af, if 1 i ,ff Q! Rzcbmoml College Bmnzeyx Mmmger If '- xiii x Wll ififf, lil" f f 442 f I xxxii' 'll' If ' f 4' Nl 1,17 xii' 'A ni" 'V ,fly X 5 I ,f y , an if . A XX if I , YQ I, C,f"Xi1ilA f" y f,,5ffL5Q',.j4j'J:fNOLA M. TEXLEY H. JACKSON PAYNE f ij, Nik ,ff xl -if B 5 5 bd7I1Pl07I C ollege Ezlilor Ricbmoml College Editor L A 1 it s 1 jf If s'5i'9'1 'W Yx lit lil g ,. ""' i ff H l',. WI if nj I 'igtftf-" I Z7 GRACE COLLINS GEORGE ANDERSON il Ilia 4 ,fi jgfgjfijr 255117111011 C olle ge Bzuineff Iwllilllgff' Low School Editor fl il . , - 9 4 f w,,l.,yf ff . 4 :. A. V, ff if M f L - e f 1 A-J .L li I U I' 3 X :pf r l A i , f C. STOKES GOODRICH i .,, 'fx L fl. fx 4,1 rf .lf 56 B1r.ri17e.fJ'Scboollizlilof' , i I f all J fff ,Af Ayr' ff if ff '.,7 x ' l f jf' 1 5' V MR: ff"A2,f"ff4,,! f E71 XX V Ili' qgiiqwm xm ' ' 'J .M Y Con ri hr, 1952 xgqky H.. - Lsx g AQ' LVM , :P ," X 5, --f"' f 1,425 A mf" ,F . ' -1 lf- 4-uz.. "" ' TQLLQI- 1 A vu fy-. Q5 Xxx X J. dx.. ' '1-R I 5 A w ' e . E. . Ms? ' W'-Pl 1' " .If 5 w -,K f x 1 u. , 1 X L ,Q Q-'j' ,. bs A H . 5? ' ' aw' fa . V fx if Y ,V Vi . 3 ,V 55" T'- '11,-Ifflgfm' ':'-T il? 5 --if' , Q 25 E934 . ..LLv - gh: ,gf-. V L - A- V. . as , E in 4 9 it , 'j' . 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Even in the comparative isolation of a college campus, We felt the spiritual stirrings of the nationg and to us it came with fullest impact in the form of a 'Week focused upon religion. That we were led to see "In All Our Ways-God" was due in no small measure to the untiring efforts of our Directors of Religious Activities, Miss Mary Elizabeth Wrem and Dr. Othell Hand. As in other Weeks, theirs was often the ob unseen. To them, we offer thanks-not just for service rendered, advice given, or the stretching forth of a helping handg but also for living before us, lives that were the embodiment of the Christian ideal. Because we realize the importance of spiritual values, We Wish to pay tribute to these two who seek to guide our religious activities, and to them we dedicate the 1952 WEB. DR. OTHELL HAND DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES RICHMOND COLLEGE AND SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MISS MARY ELIZABETH WRENN DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES WEISTHAMPTON COLLEGE Q ADMINIS'1'RA7"lON 1 1 I w w ,aw 1 1 i i i I W 1 , 1 5 ., is B ' iit lj - ' .fix 1" .ZW H 3 Auf J B '-,se . , gg , ,, was - Qretieric William Hoefwrighf- 1957 N ever in hoxte hilt never holtingj Willing to trim! time but not to wait on ity Newer over-exnrting but never o11e1'-indnlgentj Alzuayf doing more than he ofked of othe1'.r,' He kept the faith but never ilognziztizeil Tolerant zzlwetyx, even of intole1'once,' A hnnzfznhrt who .fenyeil the new xcienreg An eclnmtor who fzlunzyf hail the Jpirit of ewzngeliJ'1n,' . . . Who hnrneil the midnight oil hilt greeted the dawn Architert of great fzmflenzic nlexignf on foundation.: of .rnre jinrznceg A general of Jonnd learning who neoergronndeil 1'et1'eizt,' ' ' ' Alwayi realrling, hut never feil on hook: izlonej Lover of the old hefzztty of oft, hnt it planter of young lreefg Dreonzer of ilreizinff hy mcrifcial effort he nmile them realy In body and mind rewizrded for the Jelf-control of iz righteoiu life,- Adtling day by clay, he nznltipliecl everything by ten,' Loring hit own ron, he hm been father in .rpirit to 10,000,' Seeking nothing for hinzfelf, he ix great in the Uni- vevxrity he has inode gfeotg Goal bleu him! 'kThis tribute to his friend and former teacher wus written in 1045 by Dr. Douglas Sfilliillilii F1'eeuw.11, '04, then rector of the board of trustees, in commemoration of Dr. Boz1twright's l1z11f'ceutLu'y of service :ms president of the University of Richmond. THE1952IVEB I E ADMINISTRATION g5,,?'Er-'EEZ' ' sq' 3 15. uw :.w :,v'?il5:,' ,pw J," 1 mm,, gw: H, ,Marci H43 ww m"',,,49 Egg...ggg1:g- fl. wr. I jf N... mv M, I, 1 ig. M5 mi,-A ' ga . EER --T ' "1 g '-'f "gg GEORGE M. MODLIN President Administrative Officers CHARLES H. WHEELER, III V V Tvfeizfziref' liniversity of Richmond qs-iff 11 ADMINISTRATION 'Q Gollege RAYMOND B. PINCHBECK Richmond College mi -42.9 -1- bling' I -Te" -wr '- SLT PM I '3 3 u 'I y,4,.,1- " ' I I l 1 Hg fs' gi- J MARGUERITE ROBERTS M Weytlaoffzpton College , ,A .. 5 . - I I , f' All 5 . l?3fsmrIl5, WILLIAM T. MUSE Law School 12 JN, THE 1952 WEB ADMINISTRATION lffllfl F. BYERS MILLER School of Bzzfiness I I HN, ,H 1 ww- ' , U 2 v ::,.?S!'1- 5 I G , fm'-,,,1.,,VJ'my ,, flick , S 1' Dieting. 'ff ' ll ily: EDWARD F. OVERTON Szmzmer School lk I . , ' ' 1 w R A 4 , BENJAMIN C. HOLTZCLAW Gmcizzfzfe School Unizfersiiy of Richmond 13 ADMINISTRATION was of Sfudenfs - , mm l ,Y ., L., g Lg an , N ifuli ' lv. 1: pl : 'Tall 5, 5' H. fl ll E ll E ,- DEAN JOSEPHINE T UCKER DEAN C. J. GRAY Dean of Women Dean of Men Westhampton College Richmond College, School of Business 73 vgisfrzzrs CATHERINE BELL HELEN A. MONSELL Registrar-Westhampton College Registrar-Richmond College lfljykj C THE 1952 IVEB ,-,J 27' 415 '. H?e PIERCE S. ELLIS, JR., Inxmzczor in Bible THOMAS C. FRANKLIN, Auimzrzr Profesxor of Cbemixlry EUNICE FOY, Axximmz Profefsor of Sjmnixb WILLIAM J. GAINES, Profesxor of Romance Language: GEORGE S. GRAHAM, I zzxlrucfor in Hi.I'lo1'y EDWARD W. GREGORY, JR., Proy'ef.ror of Sociology FRANCES W. GREGORY, Profeuor of Hinory AUSTIN E. GRIGG, A,r.ri.rmnl Pv-ofarfor of Pfyrlaology WOODIYORD B. I-IACKLEY, Profeyfor of Lazio JESSIE HAYNES, Inmwczor in Edumzimz EDMUND W. HENNING, JR., Imzrnflor in Bu.rine.r.r Admizzif- lmliorz NATPIANIEL H. HENRY, Auiymnl Profeuor of Erzglixb LUCY T. HOllNER, Afriftazzl Profexxor of Frerlrh SAMUEL C. KLINE, Zum-unor, AFROTC MARION JEFFRIES, In.fl1'urlof in Mdlf7671ltllif.f GEORGE W. JENNINGS, A.r.ri11onl ProfeI'.vor of Bufineu Ad- mirziflmliofz COLONEL ROBERT C. LARSON, PMST, TC-ROTC EMMANUEL M. LAST, Axxoriale Profefxor of BuJif1eJJ'Admi1ziJ- lrcrfion THOMAS E. LAVENDER, Auoriale Profeiror of Romfmce Lun- guogex CAROLINE LLITZ, Profemor of Englixb University of Ricbmoml lluizfer ity Zzculfy SPENCER D. ALBRIGHT, Axxociate PI'0f6.f.f01' Poliliml Scienre RODNEY M. BAINE, Axxocifzte Profefior of Englixb SAMUEL H. BAKER, IR., Imlrzlclor in Bluinen Admifzimuliozz LEWIS F. BALL, Anixlcznz Profexfor of Ezzglixb SHUBEAL T, BEASLEY, JR., A.f.Yf.fIl!lZI P1-ojeuor of Modern Language: EDWIN B. BROOKS, JR., Imtrurlor' in Buxineu Adfizifziflmziovz MILLARD K. BUSI-IONG, Auoriore Projenor of Hixzory mul Poliliral Srienre HOWARD R. CARPENTER, P1-ofemor of Mum- MERTON E. CARVER, Profenow' of P5y:h0l0gy WILLIAM K. CLARK, Auoriale Profenor of Biology HANNAH COKER, Profexmr of Muxir MOREEN CRUMLEY, PrafeJ.ror of Englifb SOLON B. COIISINS, P1-ofeuor of Bible FANNIE G. CRENSHAW, Profesmr of Plsyximl Edumliofz MA JOR JAMES E. COULTER, lmlrzzczor, TC-ROTC JAMES C. DAVIDSON, Inm-mzor, TC-ROT C 3 ev- I-fill? ADMINISTRATION q"1.iWI QRS III U, I I ROBERT F. SMART, Profe.r.mr of Biology HELEN STAFFORD, Animzazz P1-afenor of Hixzory SAMUEL W. STEVENSON, Profeffor of Englixb ROBERT M. STONE, Direczor of Szzidenx Activiziey Building PAUL F. SWASEY, Imlrurzor in Milfbemizlirx LT. COLONEL RAYMOND G. TEBOREK, PAST, AFROT C I-IARMAN D. THOMAS, Profeswr of Ecmzomin WILLIAM E. TROUT, JR., Prafeiror of Claemixlry MARK F. TROXELL, I izxfrurlar in Mufic. Direclor of Bmzrl, Glee Club DORIS TURNER, Auirlani Profefxor of Piazza WILLIAM H. WARREN, lzuirzirlor in Bii.1'i11ex.r Admiiziymzlion SGT. SAMUEL WEISS, Iam-uizor, AFROTC DAVID M. WHITE, I1z.rt1'uclor in Bzixiiieu Adrziirzimuziofz J. ASA WHIT1', Imrlrzictor in BlI.l'I7Z6JJ' Admizzixtmlioiz GEORGE P. WILLIAMS, Imimrmr in Pbyxicx WARRANT OFFICER JAMES B. WILLIAMS, TC-ROTC ROBERT B. WILLIAMSON, Im-m1rIw', TC-ROTC JEAN WIIIGHT, Profeuor of French 16 JDKJ 6, RALPH C. MCDANEL, Profexmr of Anzerimzz Hixzory LT. JOHN E. MCLAUGHLIN, Imzruczoa-, TC-ROTC MARY JANE MILLER, Imlrurmf in Pbyximl Education LT. THOMAS J. MORGAN, Iam-urior, AFROT C JOSEPH E..NETTLES, Imlrirrlor in fourrzalixm and Direcmr of Public Relfiizom A SHIRLEY M. O'DONNEL, Irzfzrzzrlor in Ari Dexigzz HUBERT P. PARKS, Imlriiclor, ROTC EVA R. PARRISH, lrzflrnrlor in Pbyyiml Eilumlion EDWARD C. PEPLE, Auociizze P1-oy'e.I1ar of Ezzgliyb PRISCILLA PHILLIPS, A.r.ri.rtin1z Proferfor of V oire J. STANTON PIERCE, Profeirw' of Cbewzimfy CULLEN PITT, MD, UlII1l?l'JIIy Pbyyirimi MALCOLM U. PITT, Direrlor, Depfzrtmerzt of Physical Ednmlion MALCOLM L. PYE, A.r:i.r1fiznt Pr0fe.r.ror of Acminzting MAR JORIE RIVENBURG, Afforiizze Profefmr of Lazin MARGAIIET Ross, Anociiize Profemor of Englirb MARGARET T. RUDD, Anocinze Profeuor of S pmzifb HILTON RUFTY, Axsociizte Profexxor of M14.ric ANDREW D. SHAWI, Imiruczar, ROTC N. WILFORD SKINNER, Anifmm Profeuw- af German Hd' ,HQ ADMINISTRATION 4,-Jr: Mus. DOROTHY BOSWELL Sefrelfzry, School of Bllfifzen MEDICAL STAFF. Miss Harrell, R.N.g Bob Beasley, fzJJ'iJ1mzl,' Dr. Pitt, jlbyficimz. Miss JANE POPE 5mwfo1'i5s ood Median! Staff Miss JEAN MORRIS 5'ecrefnry, Lmu Srbool Secretary, Ricbmomi College TO .A- - RICHMOND COLLEGE DINING HALL 11,241 17 3511 fu res " 'Mid the Pines of Richmond Hills Stands the School we Cheerj' 2 A ,. 1' 1 5 - 1 l'i ff 3,. is uf f , ,M A J. ' v ff a ""'W-,--4 ,.,. .NU -X X., ,f. ffl 3 A ll 5 yin x . A Hmnumfwuommw HDUCCTKLTURIES Comaueouemruom WEST COAST STUD1OS u"M"n 545l MARATHON STREETII 1 HOLLYWOOD 38, CALIF. 0' .Q 1 -. I VUUNDNE 1 Q- N .1 CAME ADBIUS Homwown 9 nu ' nn-liar -:mmm 22 January 1952 Miss Nola Texley Westhampton College Emitor, the WEB University of Richmond, Virginia. Dear Miss Texleyz It was a leasure to 'ud e the beaut D J Z Y contest conducted by the WEB Yearbook. I have initialed my selection of Miss Beverly Randolph as the WEB Beauty for 1952. I have written a number one on the back of . Miss Randolph's photograph -- to indicate that she is the first among the group of young ladies, all of whom are lovely models of young American womanhood. CBGM-C vang? 0 Q- -9 VI k 0 4h0uc1' QIIIIIF with my compliments to all of the contestants, Sincerely, ' s . Cecil B. deMil1e S S 1 iq. X , My 1 X? x V c f lf? 'fiVNiiR 20j7k,v 1 ,glen w ,H Y THE 1952 IVEB FEATURES E2 f , 1,1 L' H ., 1 113 1 L WL. 3211 1 F 1 1135-g:,qf: 'J W- . ' 1, ,f. Q g v fzlefzmf 1 11 X 111'1 '1 ,,'1"1 X 1 V X 1 ' ' 1! 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I I N I 1 Wg H ww 3' w L, ' X ll SME M 'FFQQ "ET f H l".,: , flld 0 0lfIOI' l M ' V , fx , t E ' I F. Miss MARY ANN COATES N i ',H" fl1-liyisr 'Q " gif! . " 'fir' fi? " 1 , ' we 3 4, W v,HHE m . g?E y lu,Xxxyeszgmyuxwllluuw mluwultw ww www!! gm My kkjKl,qL55g?,!W5i5m5 g,!!wwWag Ln? J B' .Mtg f,ggg,fQ1ui3tfPfHiz?FTlW'riilf 'l MAY COURT. Left fa right, Jeated: Sue Petersg Eleanor Bradfordg Barbara Ferre. Stafzdifzg' Anne Holmesg Betty Hurtg Jane Ozling Betsy Phillipsg Beverley Randolphg Charlotte Babbg Beverly Gnlbert. K We ' lf M 5 We 3? 4 ,gf U fiiversily of Ricfbm 01111 0,!ff27 FEATURES nf if QL 28 WJ H113 .1952 WEB 67 " M QW Q W3mfff 33' ufyppw 3 if FEATURES H H . , frxkfivfgsfzesx ' H' Ei ' ff-ia' :if 1512 , , dir H M . w,... ,, Q f11iz'e1'.vi1f-y of Rirbmmzcf '1-ffl 29 H I E Els l Sw H I Mahmoud Zollcge "Hallowed Place our Memory Fills, Alma Mater Dearf' 41 ali? my " ff? . Y' .. A X 1 wi' W Q91 WK W 1 1 N 1 1 1 N N 1 1 1 1 N l N 1 1 1 N 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N L . RICHMOND COLLEGE ltiimfarurraf Hnffrgr Srwfmf Qu rfrr"a'raraf i THE RICHMOND COLLEGE STUDENT GOVERN- MENT ASSOCIATION of the 1951-52 session although faced with the problem of a declining enrollment accomplished several noteworthy projects. The Student Government was instrumental in or- ganizing the government of the new Student Activi- ties Building. Using the new building as a means to improve faculty-student relations, the Student Gov- ernment also helped to increase student participation in campus organization. Along with the regular task of furthering school spirit, the Student Government reorganized the Varsity Monogram Club as well as a new pep committee in an effort to build up school spirit. Representing the collective will of the student body, securing cooperation between campus organi- zations, and encouraging individual responsibility under the Honor Code all come within the scope of the Student Government. The Student Government was also instrumental FRANK SKINNEIQ in carrying on the University Council which coordi- P,-Q..-jfgemf nated the student bodies. RICHMOND COLLEGE SENATE. Left Z0 right fitting: Tom Wheeler, Jopbomare Jefmltory' Fred Bisger, .relzalor-zz!-lfzrgey Charles Tulloh, .fecrelaryg Page Hudson, vice p1'eride:21f,' Douglas Clark, revzaloi'-ffl-lfzrge,' Sam Taylor, Jelmlor-at-lm'ge,' Bob Boggs, .rezzior remzlor. Slmzdifzg: Marshall Tuck, frerbfmzfz Jemzzorg Ward Harkrader, junior remztorg jim Sipe, nlblefir repre- .fe11tfzli1.'e. N 01' rbouffz: Bob Tyler, .relzalor-at-la1'ge,' Joe Prussack, pzzblimtionr 1'ej11'efe7zta!i11e. 32 Nj THE .1952 IVEI5 r STUDENT GOVERNMENT RICHMOND COLLEGE HONOR COUNCIL. Left to right, sifting: Bob Parsonsg George Aldhizerg Ira Druckman, cbrzif- 711d77,' Richard Stennett, ref1'efary,' Charles Wiltshireg John Mack Brown. Sfr1mZifzg.' john Wooldridgeg Larry Matthews. iraaaniaat aliens jttnatat Gtntatait' THE HONOR SYSTEM is Richmond Colleges great- est and mostjealously guarded institution. The Honor System, which requires that each man act honorably and as a gentleman in his student re- lations, is under the jurisdiction of the Honor Coun- cil. Maintained as a judicial body and not as a police force, the Honor Council of Richmond College is made up of men from all the four classes of under- graduate students. Uvzizfersily of .Rfclvmoucf The tasks before the Honor Council are difficult. An honor system is not infallible, but strength and perfection are always to be strived for. These are the ideals which the Honor System at Richmond College has fought to maintain. The Council keeps this thought ever in view: "We are here to mold char- acter, not to break men." The ofiicers of this year's Honor Council were Ira Druckman, chairman, and Dick Stennett, secretary. 1.1133 RICHMOND COLLEGE CM Swim dwg SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right: Boggsg Fosterg Bryang Beasleyg Dickerson. Swim' Glass Offivws LYN DICKERSON ............. ,Q ......... wb ............ Preyidenz FRANKLIN FOSTER ....... ....... VicqhPresidenz BOB BEASLEY ........... 5 ix ......... ecremry KENNE . . . ., ................ ....... ai aszm-er B0 ESS . . .1 . ....... ,fx ..... . . . mztor I EEYDQLH X A' S-'S M - U f,2NQ1?f FA' l .m fx, 'Wwi EEN , f W UQ X V L ff rx X l Sk ,f ,A J I X 4 L k N , K7 YADE X Q P X K 1.1 - Q f piwv wk Q MQ " ' Kb X A 34 WJ X4 F A 5 1 THE 1952 WEB l SENIOR CLASS DAVID JOEL ABRAMS Richmond, Virginia B.S., Cbemiflry Transfer from Richmond Professional Instituteg Chemistry Clubg Hillel Foundation. WILLIAM ABRONSKI Ocean City, New Jersey B.S., Chemim-y ANDREW G. ADAMS, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.S., 1Vldlbem:1lir.f Transfer from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. LEO ANTONNUCCI Portsmouth, Virginia B.S., Edzzmliafg Kappa Sigmag Freshman Footballg Varsity Football, Intramuralsg Varsity Clubg Newman Club. CLASS OF 1952 WARREN GILBERT ARMBRECHT Richmond, Virginia BA., Prychology Class Treasurerg Dear1's List. WILLIAM ROBERT BEASLEY Norfolk, Virginia B.S., Cbemirlry urerg Varsity Track, Freshman Footballg Intramuralsg Merrewger, Cartoonistg Medical Assistant. CHARLES AUSTIN BECKETT Chase City, Virginia B.A., Bible Alpha Delta, Secretary, Ministerial Association, President, B.S.U.g Religious Activities Councilg Freshman Trackg Intra- murals. ' WILLIAM B. BENJAMIN, JR. Alexandria, Virginia B.S., Cbelzlirfry Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurerg Transfer from Virginia Poly- technic Instituteg Intramurals. L . , L ,L .yr d4,f Lfflil-'6'7'SifJf of Rivbmiouzd all 55 Theta Chi, Vice Presidentg Psi Chi Honorary Fraternityg Junior Pi Kappa Alphag Sigma Epsilon Pig Senior Class, Secretaryg Transfer from College of William and Mary, Glee Club, President, Treasurer, Harlequin Clubg Chemistry Club, Treas- RICHMOND COLLEGE l l m HQCLASS OF 1952 ROBERT LEE BOGGS Norfolk, Virginia BA., Sociology Phi Gamma Deltag lI7b0'J UVho,' Senior Class Senatorg Transfer i from College of William and Mary, Virginia Polytechnic Insti- ' tuteg B.S.U.g Ministerial Associationg Y.M.C.A., Cabinetg Foren- sic Council, Secretary, Treasurerg Philologian Literary Society, Vice President, Council Representativeg Intramurals, Religious Activities Council, Chairman. ERNEST C. BROSKE Richmond, Virginia BA., Bible Ministerial Associationg S. C. Mitchell Forensic Societyg West- minster Fellowship. CHESTER LEE BROWN Perrin, Virginia B.A., Hiyzory Philologian Literary Societyg Chess Cluhg Ministerial Associationg -B.S.U. Debate Team. LOUIS CHARLES BLAZEK K Petersburg, Virginia - i B.S., Cbenzirfry Chemistry Club, Newman Club, S. C. Mitchell Forensic Society. " ' , , ' L ' 56I7x.ff REX BENNETT Altavista, Virginia BA., Bible Transfer from Bluefield College, Ministerial Association, Ath- letic Representativeg B.S.U.g Intramurals. WILLIAM T. BENNETT Richmond, Virginia B.A., Hixlory Alpha Delta, Presiclentg Ministerial Association, Vice Presidentg B.S.U.g Mission Groupg Bandg Glee Clubg University Choir. JOSEPH A. BENFORD South Hill, Virginia B.A., Paliliml Scieure FRANK W. BROWN Martinsville, Virginia BA., Poliliml Science THE 1952 I'l'fEi3 SENIOR CLASS KENNETH BARKLEY 'ii Richmond, Virginia B.A., Euglifb Sigma Phi Epsilon, Senior Class, Treasurerg Y.M.C.A., Cabinetg Ministerial Association, Bandg University Choirg Student Direc- tory Committee. FOREST HAMDEN BURTON Richmond, Virginia BA., Prycbology Phi Delta Theta, Alumni Secretary, Psychology Club, Transfer from University of Californiag Intramurals, United States Army Air Force. MALCOLM LEWIS CADD Roanoke, Virginia BA., Sociology Transfer from Campbell College, Ministerial Association, In- tramurals. CALEB GUY CAMPBELL, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.A., Sociology Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Mu Sigma Rhog Glee Clubg Intramurals. CLASS 0171952 ROBERT CHADWICK Newsoms, Virginia BA., English Lambda Chi Alphag Pi Delta Epsilon, Presidentg UVbo',r lWbo,' Collegian, Editorg Spider Hmzklbook, Editorg President's Ad- visory Councilg Orientation Committee, Dean's List. WILLIAM WELLS CHAFFIN Richmond, Virginia BA., Hiriory Sigma Phi Epsilon, Historian, Phi Alpha Theta, Dean's List, S. C. Mitchell Forensic Society, Presidentg International Rela- tions Club, President, Southern Intercollegian Chess Association, Chess Champion, University of of Richmondg Virginia Organiza- tion of International Relations Club, Treasurer, Matriculation Committee, Forensic Council. SHERIDAN S. CHURCH Richmond, Virginia B.fl., Political Sriezlre ROLAND P. CLEMENT, JR. jeffersonton, Virginia BA., Sociology Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary, Pledge Captain, Interfraternity Council. University of Riclbmovzzl 2.24137 RICHMOND COLLEGE . - J P. B. COLVARD Richmond, Virginia B.S., Cf9emi.vl1'y Chemistry Club. SAMUEL COOKE .Fort Bragg, North Carolina B.S., Cbenziitry ROBERT EDWARD CREASY Richmond, Virginia BA., Hiylory Ministerial Association, Y.M.C.A., Cabinet, S. C. Mitchell Forensic Society. ROBERT CROSS Richmond, Virginia BA., Ecfucatiofz asjmj 1 CLASS OF 1952 r ANTHONY ABRAHAM DEEP, JR. Richmond, Virginia BA., Chemixiry Deanls Listg Chemistry Club. MURRAY DICK Bronx, New York BA., Erzglirb Phi Alphag Transfer from University of Oklahoma. LYNN C. DICKERSON, III Harrisonburg, Virginia BA., Ezzglirb Phi Beta Kappag Tau Kappa Alpha, President, Secretary, Treas- urerg Omicron Delta Kappag lVbo'r llVb0,' Dean's Listg Inter- tion Committee. WILLIAM DIETRICK Laurel, Virginia B.A., Bible THE 1952 WQEB mediate Honorsg Senior Class, Presidentg B.S.U.g Y.M,C.A.g Ministerial Association, Secretary, Philologian Literary Society, President, Vice President. Historian, Critic, Forensic Council, Presidentg Intramurals, President's Advisory Council, Orienta- NORMAN R. DODL Richmond, Virginia B.A., Mimi: Phi Beta Kappag Phi Gamma Deltag Dean's Listg Intermediate Honorsg Senator-At-Largeg Interfraternity Councilg Harlequin Club, Treasurer, Collegian Staffg Music Clubg Glee Club, IRA STUART DRUCKMAN Flushing, New York BA., Hirlawy Phi Alpha, Presidentg Omicron Delta Kappag Phi Alpha Thetag IWbu'.r ll7ba,' Honor Council, Chairmang Interfraternity Council, President, International Relations Club, President, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Intramuralsg Hillel Foundation, Treasurerg Presidents Advisory Councilg Intermediate Honors. XVILLIAIVI EUDAILEY Ettrick, Virginia B.A., Ednrfrlion Future Teachers of Americag Theta Chi, Varsity Baseball. CLINTON DALE FELTON Portsmouth, Virginia 13.5 ., PZ1y,ric.r Sigma Phi Epsilon, Varsity and Freshman Baseballg Intramurals. ,m,.,,. ..-. fitfva mi ' E, SENIOR CLASS CLASS OF 1952 Urzizfersify of Richmond JOHN H. FETHERSON, JR. Plainfield, New Jersey BA., Elzglirb Lambda Chi Alphag Transfer from Union Junior College, WEB Staffg Y.M.C.A., Publicity Chairmang Camera Club. SYDNOR FRANKLIN FOSTER, JR. Brookneal, Virginia BA., Hillary, Edlrmtiwz Phi Delta Theta, Historiang Phi Alpha Theta, Dean's Listg Intermediate Honorsg Senior Class, Vice Presidentg Future Teachers of Americag Intramurals. HUGH ERSKINE FRASER, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.S., Cbemirlry Phi Gamma Deltag Dean's Listg Transfer from Clemson Collegeg Chemistry Club, Foreign Film Societyg Varsity Track, Clemson Collegeg Intramurals. DONALD BANCROFT GIBSON Hampton, Virginia I B.S., Poli1imlSriem'e , Theta Chig Transfer from King Collegeg Mu Sig R "' n S' tra- murals. , I LA 59 RICHMOND COLLEGE HAROLD J., GOODMAN Norfolk, Virginia B.A., Political Sfiezlce Transfer from College of William and Mary, University of Vir- ginia, Hillel Foundation. JOHN P. GRAYBEAL Radford, Virginia B.S., Public Srbaol Mufir Glee Club, Band, Ionian Music Club. PANOS GEORGE GREGORIOU Karavas, Cyprus Island B,S., Cbemim-y Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Epsilon Pi, Lambda Sigma Epsilon Dean's List, Transfer from College of William and Mary Gamma Sigma Epsilon. ROY HARRIS Beaverdam, Virginia BA., Bible Ministerial Association, Glee Club. -ale ee - HCLASS or 1952 et no CHARLES MASON HEATH Richmond, Virginia B.A., Edllt'l1ll0lZ Varsity Club, Collegian Staff , Glee Club, Band, Varsity, Fresh- man Football, Intramurals. JACKSON STOH HIPPS Wake Forest, North Carolina B.A., Hifzory Phi Gamma Delta, Dean's List, Transfer from Vanderbilt, Y.M.C.A., Cabinet, S. C. Mitchell Forensic Society, Glee Club, B.S,U., International Relations Club, Honor Council. RICHARD PAGE HUDSON, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.A,, Biology Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer, Tau Kappa Alpha, President, Omicron Delta Kappa, llVbo'.r lVbo,' junior Class, President, Student Government, Vice President, Transfer from Duke Uni! versity, Varsity Debate Team, Forensic Council, President's Advisory Council, Chemistry Club, Vice President, Intramurals, Biology Laboratory Assistant, S. C. Mitchell Forensic Society, Orientation Committee, Interfraternity Council, Harlequin Club. WILLIAM PETER HUFF, III Roanoke, Virginia if , x A.B., Greek 1 Mars Hill College, Ministerial Association, B.S.U. 40jQfk.J THE1952 WEB SENIOR CLASS DAN L. KENDRICK Richmond, Virginia B.S., Cbemi.rfry PM fr,-if , ,, F91 0 V 86.5 . . , Y Qggqefr ex E. s. HUNTER .gag nf ' -aw Richmond, Virginia 1 BA., Cbellzirlry DONALD JACOBS Petersburg, Virginia B.A., Pxyrbology Freshman Clss, President, Hillel Foundationg Psychology Club, President's Advisory Councilg Varsity Footballg Intramurals. JULIAN WARD JONES, JR. Fredericksburg, Virginia BA., Lfzlilz Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Kappa Alphag Dean's List, Intermediate Honorsg Band, Philologian Literary Society, President, Critic, Forensic Council, Debate Teamg WEB Staff. JAMES LYNN JUDSON Richmond, Virginia B.S., Pbyrrirr Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilong Dean's List, Transfer from University of Virginia. CLASS OF 1952 Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Treasurerg Chemistry Club. MARVIN F. KERBY y Afton, Virginia BA., Sorialogy Ministerial Associationg Alpha Delta, Intramurals. University RICHARD KRUSE Richmond, Virginia BS C bemi.rl1'y YAU WIN G LEE Richmond, Virginia B.A.,. Sociology 0fRicbm011cl L.!tf41 RICHMOND COLLEGE .41 H. LEFTWICH Q, Richmond, Virginia -i n B.A., Sociology 1" Psi Chrg Psychology Club. PAUL MILTON LOEHR Richmond, Virginia BA., Eflfzrnziorz Kappa Sigmag Transfer from Belmont Abbeyg Varsity Clubg Newman Clubg Varsity Football and Baseball, All-State, Intraa murals. DAVID PETER LONDON Brooklyn, New York B.A., Hirlory Sigma Phi Epsilong Transfer from Arkansas State Teachers Col- legeg Philologian Literary Society, Intramurals. O. WARREN LONG Richmond, Virginia B.A., Englifh Phi Gamma Delta, Presidentg IVbo'J lWbo,' Freshman Class, Presiclentg Sophomore Class, Senator, junior Class, Secretaryg Orientation Committee, Interfraternity Councilg Harlequin Club, Varsity Clubg Varsity Baseball, Co-Captain, Intramurals. CLASS OF 1952 I3 42fyx.,v GARVIN C. MARTIN Richmond, Virginia BA., Sociology Phi Gamma Deltag Transfer from Mississippi College. CONSTANTINE MATCHUNIS Richmond, Virginia BA., Englirb POSEY LESTER MCBRIDE, JR. Hampton, Virginia BA., Cbemirzry Transfer from College of Williaini and Maryg Chemistry Club. ALBERT MARCHELL MCCUE, Prospect Park, Pennsylvania BA., ECOIZ0l7IlL'J' Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secretary, Historiang Collegian, Managing Editor, Harlequin Clubg Philologian Literary Society, Intra- murals. THE 1952 WEB JERRY WARREN MEHAFFEY Fielclale, Virginia BA., Hirlory Transfer from Mars Hill Collegeg B.S.U.g Ministerial Associa tiong Glee Clubg Intramurals. WILLIE B. MORGAN Emporia, Virginia ' BA., Dmmnlir Am' :md Speed: University Players, Presidentg Debate Teamg WEB Staff. ORRIN DELBERT MORRIS Hampton, Virginia BA., Sariology Transfer from Bluelield Collegeg Ministerial Associationg B.S.U. Varsity Trackg Intramuralsg Religious Activities Council. JAMES PUTMAN MORRISON Danbury, Connecticut BA., Prycbvlogy Transfer from College of Willizim and Maryg Philologian Li terary Societyg Psychology Clubg Varsity Clubg Varsity Tennis. SENIOR CLASS eCLASS OF l952' -er University of Richman rl FITZI-IUGH X. MULLINS, JR. Highland Springs, Virginia B.S., Cbemirny Phi Delta Theta, President, Social Chairmang Canterbury Clubg Harlequin Clubg Interfraternity Councilg Intramurals. RICHARD A. NEWELL Richmond, Virginia B.S., Mfzlbemntiri BRYON G. OLSON Midlothian, Virginia BJ1., l'1f.l'l01'-QI Sigma Phi Epsilong Intramurals. WILBUR ALLEN PARKER Portsmouth, Virginia BJ1., Biology Transfer from Presbyterian Junior Co lege. L I Qi Lfif 43 RICHMOND COLLEGE ROBERT CARRYL PARSONS Richmond, Virginia B.A., Cbeflzirtry Phi Delta Theta, Secretary, Social Chairman, Honor Council, Canterbury Club, President, Treasurer, WEB Staff , Interfraternity Council, Harlequin Club, Varsity Cross Country, Track, Co-Cap- tain, Orientation Committee, Intramurals, Glee Club, Band, Publicity and Property Manager. JOHN RUSSELL PATTILLO Church Road, Virginia BA., Biology Dean's List, Camera Club, President, Treasurer, Biology Club, Merrenger, Photo Editor, Collegimz, Photographer, WEB, Pho- tographer. HAROLD JACKSON PAYNE Richmond, Virginia B.A., Cbemirzry, Biology Phi Gamma Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon, Dean's List, Freshman Class Senator, WEB Staff, Richmond College Editor, Activities Editor, Underclass Editor, Biology Club, Chemistry Club, Matriculation Committee, Varsity Track, Intramurals. J. W. PORTER Brookville, Ohio B.A., Edllfllff072 Sigma Phi Epsilon, Cross Country, Track, Varsity Club. -..s W a--H ,crass or 1952, f are -- A e - JOE PURINAI Glassboro, New Jersey B.A., Edzzmzion Theta Chi, House Manager, Mu Sigma Rho, Vice President, Newman Club, Future Teachers of America, Varsity Football. TONY M. RACCIOPPO Montclair, New Jersey BA., Edzzmlion Kappa Sigma, Newman Club, Future Teachers of America, Varsity Club, Varsity Football, All-State, Freshman Football, Intramurals. BEVERLY NOLTING RHODES , Richmond, Virginia BA., Hirlory Kappa Alpha Order, President, Secretary, Young Democrats Club, Interfraternity Council, Harlequin Club, Intramurals. HAMMETT N. RINER, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.S., Sociology Transfer from Mississippi College, B.S.U., Ministerial Associa- tion. 44 JYKJ Tr-ia 1952 TVEB SENIOR CLASS 'S ff ,ss ' -, fm. , - ...- ROBERT S. ROSENBAUM Richmond, Virginia B.S., Cfsemirlry American Chemical Society, Chemistry Club. CHARLES EDWARD RUTLEDGE Hampton, Virginia BA., Hirlory Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secretary, Glee Club, Band, Librarian, Sec- retary, Treasurer, B.S.U., Intramurals. DONALD CORNELIUS SHEAP Richmond, Virginia B.S., Pbyricr Canterbury Club. CHARLES M. SHUTT Steubenville, Ohio B.A., French Transfer from College of Steubenville. e 4. -was He- C 1, A S S 0 F 1 9 5 2 e e H- fed- -- ee -e ez CHARLES DANIEL SINCLAIR, JR. Arlington, Virginia BA., Pbilompby . Transfer from Mars Hill College, Ministerial Association, Uni- versity Choir, B.S.U., Mission Committee. B. FRANKLIN SKINNER Richmond, Virginia B.A., Ezzglirla Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice President, Conclave Delegate, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, UVb0' lVboy Branch McAdams Award, Senator-At-Large, Sophomore Class, Secretary, Student Government, President, Varsity Club, Secretary, WEB Staff, Fraternity Editor, Co-Underclass Editor, Orientation Committee, Harlequin Club, Vice President, Varsity Tra-ck, Intramurals, Presidents Advisory Council, Board of Publications. MILTON L. SNYDER Falls Church, Virginia BA., Greek Alpha Delta, Senior Class Chaplain, Transfer from Mars Hill College, Ministerial Association, Band, B.S.U., Intramurals, Youth Revival Team, Chairman. PHILIP SNIDER, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.S., Biology Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Beta Beta, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, S. C. Mitchell Forensic Society, B.S.U., Mission Chair- man. ' U11i'zfev'si1'y of .Ricbrfzmzd CZK 45, RICHMOND COLLEGE ROBERT BEVERLY SPIERS, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.S., Pbyrirr ELMO STEPHENSON Newport News, Virginia B.A., Edumliofz Future 'Teachers of America, Varsity Cluh, Varsity Basketball, All-State, Freshman Football, Intramurals. RICHARD LYLE STEVENS Fincastle, Virginia A.B., Bible Alpha Delta, Chaplain, Ministerial Association, B.S.U., Intra- murals, Youth Revival Team, Mission Wrmrk. RICHARD DABNEY STENNETT Emporia, Virginia BA., Bible Alpha Delta, Vice President, Dean's List, Honor Council, Min- isterial Association, B.S.U., Youth Revival Chairman, Philolo- gian Literary Society, Y.M.C.A., Intramurals. i CLASS OF 1952 ROBERT ROY STORM Bahrain, Persian Gulf BA., Biology Y.M.C.A., B.S.U.g Varsity Track. CARLETON THOMAS Roanoke, Virginia BA., Bible Alpha Delta, B.S.U.g Ministerial Association, Religious Activi' ties Council, Intramurals, Glee Club. FREDRICK VINCENT THOMAS Renssalaer, West Virginia B.5'., Biology Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Transfer from Sampson College, Glee Club. WILLIAM T. TRIMMER Richmond, Virginia B.A., Hiflory Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 46lYi.J THE 195211171313 FRANKLIN D. TUCK Richmond, Virginia B.A,, Hinofy Phi Gamma Delta, Transfer from Virginia Military Institute. GEORGE VUESLEY TUTWILER Richmond, Virginia B.A., Pbilompby Phi Delta Theta, S. C. Mitchell Forensic Society, WEB Art Staff, Varsity Track , Intramurals. GEORGE VIA Ranson, Wfest Virginia B.A., Hifmry Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Alpha Theta, Band. JESS HOYT WALTERS Richmond, Virginia BA., Poliriml Sriezzre Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, S. C. Mitchell Forensic Society, Secretary. UIli'I-'6l'.YifJl of Ricbmoucl SENIOR CLASS CLASS 0171952 EDWARD ERNEST WARE Richmond, Virginia B.A., Pxyrlfology Phi Beta Kappa, Psi Chi, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, S. C. Mitchell Forensic Society, Psychology Club. CLIFTON LANIER WARREN Portsmouth, Virginia B.A., Englirb, Hirlory Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Chairman, Phi Alpha Theta, Dean's List, B.S.U., Future Teachers of America, WEB Staff, Co-Activi- ties Editor, Collegian Staff, Reporter, Merrenger Staff, Inter- mediate Honors, Glee Club. PAUL DANIEL WEBSTER Mount Airy, North Carolina B.5., Cbemimry Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Chemistly Club, Freshman Football. CARROLL BELL WELCH Darlington Heights, Virginia B.A., Erzglixfa B.S.U., Y.M.C.A., Ministerial Association, Philologian Literary Society, Band, Forensic Council, Intramurals. 3. - LZKI47 RICHMOND COLLEGE RODNEY L. WELLS Chester, Virginia ' B.S Cbezzzirlrj' ' Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Presiclentg American Chemical Societyg Chemistry Club. HARRY ROYAL WHITT Beulahville, Virginia BA., Soriology HOWARD B. WILKINS Portsmouth, Virginia AB., Biology .,, W 'W lg" Theta Chi, Biology Clubg Transfer from College of William and Mary, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society, Varsity Tennis, Swim- ming, Intramurals. '64 WILLIAM RANDOLPH YOUNG Fredericksburg, Virginia BA., Ecozzonziar Tau Kappa Alpha, Dean's Listg Philologian Literary Societyg Forensic Council, Debate Teamg WEB Staff, Business Staff. LAWRENCE COLEMAN ZACHARIAS Richmond, Virginia BA., Cbemirfry Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice President, Secretaiyg Chemistry Club, M Freshman Track, Intramurals, Matricuiation Committee. ,ii N 1 .5 i ' 'fi 'l g ll ' I -'l' , yn . . . s.- I ww,-I V.. 4 .H J , .V we 7 If K, , ' l . , , I i illuljf .Qvvrx -. I vi , , : It.. 1, ' "i?,..q,L. wa Sq. . , I E . N, ,.,.,.,.,. ,M V-I 1, . 'Q v ' A rf: ' i 'I 483K-, THE 1952 IVEB He 6 Ilflj Zfhfrv M,-ag: l, ,- 4: '-he U16 junior :ii -nl E-'EIC MM ,,,' lf R- Hlass JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left 10 right: Tom Pollard, prexidemfy Ward Harkrader, .vemzton Sid Phillips, T1'efz.vm'ef',' Jack Bishop, .rer1'e!ary. N01 J'l701U77.' Bill Jordan, wire preyiclenl. JOHN W. ADAMS COAN AGEE JOHN W. ALEER GEORGE R. ALDHIZER ROBERT S. ALLEY My ' ,i'ffl,i llii? f, E J .lil ,, J T nv 7,3 my - -sf " 1-fx Ji, ww . 1 'R- E, ,.,... JAMES M. ANDERSON, JR. CHARLES J. ARRINGTON, JR. ALBERT L. ATKINS JOE S. BAGE HAROLD E. BAISLEY SAMMY BARONIAN 7 A ROBERT E. BATEMAN l ROBERT E. BAYLOR, JR. ' DONALD B. BEAMAN ' A 1' ' THOMAS O. BEANE A ' I : .J . . 1 . ' Nlxdqwllllw . if iimlslf Q 1 -' ,413 3 wfwiflre-4'ilf5 ..--la, -, T. . .min J E - Jw . -,bl Emi.,-L.'.-',, -- W1 .. , i leaf mn. . C-51:22, A- , A 3 vw- X X 50Jfk..,v 'S THI21952IVIiB JUNIOR CLASS fz- 2 2145 7-F' RICHARD B. BILLIILIESS Q..1Eg.gI1f:' LX . JOHNNIE BRA, ,QW I' ,. 0 'EA f f , Y- xp, JAMES E. K 3-Q5 F- SIDNEY . BROWN", WILLIAM E. BROWNE AE. MORTON A. BROWNSTEIN MARVIN F. BURGESS HERMAN L. CARY ROGER W. CAULKINS WILLIAM D. CLARK ALBERT W. COATES, JR. OTIS W. COEFIELD ROY E. COHN JAMES R. COMER H. W. CRAETON, JR. Aa I I JOHN T. CRITTENDEN I A . 4 WILLIAM W. CRITTENDEN,JR. Q. 'WF' PHILLIP L. CUMBIA 4 I K I' J j I .L A I ' HUGH. O. CURRAN . WILLIE S. DAVIS CLASS OF 1953 we WILLIAM O. DILLARD, JR. , J C. LAWRENCE DODSON 1 RANDOLPH L. DUNHAM HUBERT L. DUPRELE RICHARD B. EATON VICTOR E. EDWARDS, JR. ,Q ' J CHARLES L. FINK, JR. ' Q 3 Q WILLIAM D. FLEMING 'grail Q' I 'Y' Q GORDON FRALIN K II A Ji M -JAMES S. GAHAGAN I ,,II,,,,,,, IN ,,,. ..., z -1f-.I... ' 33 .... . ..L -E -f -.-, JJ-,, E I I ., Q! . 51 I E JOHN H. GEISER HAROLD M. GOLDSTON JEFF D. GRIZZARD, JR, "" 7 ' ' 'I BERT E. HALL, JR. EUGENE E. HARKER - F. EDWARD HARKRADER, JR. ROBERT E. HARN EVERETT P. HAYDON, JR. L RUSSELL T. HUNT BILLY C. HILL I 5' I f 'J fhfi .... . .. ... . .LLJI E -I A . C JV Ulziversily of Ricbvmud 'Lift 51 RICHMOND COLLEGE I -.L... . M Y..,, .L Q -- lf A L I ..jT2x5Q 'Y ALVIN G. II. S' 5 I . J A J ' Ia . ,D f I EI ' Im - A ' I fn -' F 1-T -J , T L. A ' " H ' M55 ' I m":"".II"""-' D530 IM" I 'II II " 'flair ? fQfm' IH 'Z N L ' Iff"g4 Is I TH A . KSON J A I . T . J .P 5, L, gi. .I .4 C , ,Q S g Q- ' I I FJ. 14 " J 'fij' L I T'-1 ' Qi," 4 H155 -T .T ' -Q , .I ' .. - Q . ,. . .. , 1f tif? LIN, .f ,igL.g.-EL AM C. JONES 1 A I - 'I I .I .I L- - , L V 'FSM' VV ETIIIH 1 , I 1. . ,- QKEFI .Emi V :-'. J: Zigi! V BERT L. KEEFE A . IJ' I - . I . 25:2 R51 'ggffg--V T gy? I 9 H-imiii HTNH-T AL1 ' . FRANCIS P. KICK I H-.frff A 4 E J 'ff I I 'I A N JOHN R. KING Iv 'A L 5 J :.- Q'-357 if MICHAEL AI KORB, JR- wi J J ' JOSEPH S. KRIVITSKI .I I ' A -A I 155. , ' 821:"..KilgLLwnK 4 -5.7 g, an BJ .. Q 4- jxv .. , . H' ' ' """""'Kf "" "' 'T - -xzfggrrv: . 1-Egg?-H-AH-f --+-ff1-- I -I . .. 55.-T I A CHARLES T. LANE I I y I I J I Ifymggwf... D I : HENRY LEIB A Su I I :LI ,I ' " L I g 1 WILLIAM H. LOHMANN .' I WILBUR M. LOVING, JR. ":' - "N .21 if . ".' 'Tiff' I- 1f FRANK A. LOWMAN .-, - J . I 6 3 I Gig i . I I I I I v A I . 'IAIII .. . W ERNEST A- LUMSDENI JR' I . ' JOHN S. LYNCH li' A M' A - I if IV ,N WILLIAM E. MCKISSICK .I ROBERT G. MANION 4 I 1... N Q 1 " 1' A 1 I RONALD G. MANN . . ' J -I I f'i',:g35..I L. I Wig- A 5 1. J ' . . . I I CLASS 0171953 E3 . all ROBERT C. MARKHAM CECIL E. MARSH FRANK H. MATER, JR. L. C. MATTHEWS, JR. JAMES C. MILLS, JR. HENRY F. MINOR JOSEPH T. MOORE POWELL MOORE ROBERT B. MOORE A IA I CHARLES S. Moss CHRISTIAN P. NAPOLI WALTER L. NELMS N. ANDRIE NIELSEN RAY T. OGLESBY ROBT. G. PARRISH, III EUGENE H. PAYNE RALPH E. PEACHEE J. SIDNEY PHILLIPS, JR. JOE C. PHILPOTT CHARLES R. PITTS, JR. gggliw 52 DXJ THE 1952 WEB JUNIOR CLASS . ' C 7 ' 6777 - ' Ia 1. ' f fi " '-f. -Rtgj-51-' ' '-f J 5: 'Q THOMAS N. POLLARD, JR. ' ' ' - A "S ' E' J' ' J A KM. D. PRI E I ' 5' -L 1. - I- ffi J " J J C C J A,"- J-,L , ' 4, :S 5 'F 25: L I Af? J RONALD PRICE - 5 J S J .x 1 ,Q . PRESTON P.PURDUM,JR. ' "Jg"J-S., J f J IJ V, JAMES W. RENNEY J .A Kem... I, ijf ' .1 J A A I. I.-:2. wi ' .- . LB... PL If' J TXT . 'X J..-.. TFT? W' v A A . 1-S1 I EIL: - .fr--1' VAT" """""""""' ""'1"g - vii' ' ' "AA" RICHARD L. REYNOLDS JA I ' I . Ji., IU. .A I J rf: - E I '-' . . p ,I H - S f.-II" Wg: Ag I, I1 '- H. M. RICHARDSON, JR. ',gJ"'if?Zi1J L A J. :Iggfk L- P- RICHARDSON, JR' 'WC m ix. . I .wwf T AIIW by .M Wim I W. ROBERSON, JR' J J JJJJJJJ Ii558II.' :,: JJJ , JJJIJIJJJIIWJH 5.155123 II' JJ . A A I-I,A' . A Qi? ' ' ' ' L ' 'ff "":"EYf" Vaig z'-f"f?1fi1 . JJJJJJJJJ. JJ JI JE I J . JJ JJJ JJ ...... JJ WILLIAM W. SADLER I J. A Mg A -A-. A ,IJ QJQJ J' , pe J , . if AEEOTTG SAKS V A ff 6 W . .. . VI ' ' fr J 5 qi, J Jw Lis. IIJJJJ ' J 'I J JH - N ' JAMES R. SAVEDOE E f 5' 4' , E E LEA S. SCAMAN I ' . A 9 A H .. I 'IE II J J I A I. , . -- ,II Jal an f- ,,. - . 3 CI-IAS. B. SILVERMAN I 3 . J J. J . J A A -. I J J J E H C' 4 225415424 A .. ,Lf ' J J? 1 - C C - C4T?m.w' JAMESR.SIPE J Y J. 1 - 2 ' . L. W CHARLES W. SMITH . .,..' I J. ,. :S J I . JJ A Al .. A .J I . ,., V I , 1 ' ' ' -t J I -A 1 1" . , 'T 55' EDGAR C. SMITH A , J " 'F' My 5 - JJ - 5 X' J RUEUS R. SPENCE J 435: J ' .. Jy ,V - I . . 5 :nf 3 I JOSEPH S. SPIVEY J f . i J ' I S ' " " I I I' ' T-. A .. ..,,. - - ' F ES' la in J' . E A JY C L A S S O F 1 9 5 3 ' - ..:: D f "J 2 . I, 'J 1255-Ei JOSEPH E. SPRUILL C I -if I 11 W I L ,II ' T' ,,,. I N - LESLIE R. STEWART 2. ' -' A N' ' IT F' D I N- z' I - A'- 1 J ,LJ-5 . J, J , ,,J. J J - ,. O. KIRK STRAUGHAN J - ' I .Li I. A Y' J I '-X J. ' . HING CHUNG TANG 1. 5 1 .J WJ J J , I OJ Q JJJJ SAMUEL B. TAYLOR ' - 1 UE., .... . ll -. L T.. Ll ---- 1 JJ-,Ls ' J .,,, J., 'J' "5 E .J L. - . I , E 5 fi I - A. C. THOMAS Y I I ' - C3 J C ALBERTL THOMAS S. 2 ' J,-J 5 igf , f- ,J ' J JJJIJ :J .i . . J . AVERETT S. TOMBES f J " "::5Jf' I J, . H I' T31 CHARLES A. TULLOH JE' Hg Q .J JI -J JJ J. ,QQ J' ERNESTD.TURNER,III I I... . J J. "' If " 'WW' "'7"'W"' ' T3-"Ii, "W" K f E' II 'IIJ'W'?"-' IFWTN' W f I ' J 2 ' J I "' I II, - L M . I.. JJ A H .., LI -.I.' I w ,, , I., ,,I.f,,1, N J 'I . . fi 1 55 I" 1 N H M A 1 YWI STEPHEN G. WHITE 1. I-.. . A A A- A I 1 .E 4 . L. EDGAR WHITLOCK A' 9' J ' ff A 'F 15 - ' .JJ f JJ JAMES C. WICKER, JR. ' ' Ji .7 wif" N MILLARD E. WILLIAMS 4- ' A I .: 's. Ex - V ' ' -C .WEEE -1. :fi E. x-ff! -VJ ROBERT D' WILSON .. L... 'L '7fgQ..'k?f . , L -. .. . I J A ' I. . I -2 II -A . CHARLES F.WILTSHIRE JJ? RJ J. J .S Ji JJ it J J AFJJ JJ J WILQALZLQVIMBISH .I L J - A .5-. , v A JO N . OOLDRIDGE,JR. 0-Re' J I -I F . A . 555 ' ' 1 J . gi, I JOHN P. YE EY Sill I A I: f -lil fl i I . . SIDNEY ZUB R .. L. -I ' A. 16 a. ...E I ,I-QQ' .X f, U,7ZfU81'.S'ifJf of Riclam and LQQ55 RICHMOND COLLEGE Cho Sophomore 611155 REX ADAMS, JR. CHARLES P. ANDERSON, JR. JUAN R. ANDERSON, JR. DON E. AREY WALTER M. ASBURY JODIE L. ATKINS, JR. J. C. D. BAILEY ALLEN C. BAREFORD PAT H. BARHAM MARTIN E. BARNETTE FRED B. BISOER DON O. B JORK RUSSELL BLANKENSHIP BURTON L. BOLTON LAWRENCE B. BOND 5-43yx.Q SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. Lefl I0 righl: Eugene Thomas, f1'EtZJ'll1'l?7',' Tom Wheeler, J'E77!Zf0f,' Dick Howard, vice preJident,' Jim Clark, president. N at Jbown: John Edmonds, secretory. fs -:REE - L I 1 1 J: .5 N., .N Y E G' ,. M f ah , L, ,-..,-S, I H H: - ' -4'T . fl, I 'L N... , 'f . Q. THE 1952 WEB I SOPHOMORE CLASS . 'Rom ,: 9 TOEY C. BONDS J. DONALD BRAY I JIM R. BRIER IRBY B. BROWN JAMES E. BROWN ROBERT E. BROWN W. KENMORE CARDOZA ROBERT L. CARLTON PAUL W. CAVE JAMES E. CLARK JOHN E. CLARK RALPH H. CLINARD FREDERICK R. COATES JAMES A. COATES JAMES H. COFBR JAMES M. COLLINS GEORGE M. CONSTANT JABE F. COOPER JOSEPH F. COX SAMUEL CRANE, JR. I' Q ' W' ,LEE 1 , Q , , I f Igii f gym S. v ,ff I' N' Ii. - 1 V Y ,K E-, W ' , li V K I.. F31 I-gg, -NN V ,I wrgslu Y. .3 IJ.: ' ' f" JL, .. . W ' ' W4 ME.. QQ?" '55-'.gf.f?F-"l'TFTI"?"'l . - F fill. ' 0- L' "' 'W Ti A ., V' " ju' i f , , A El. -5 .A ' . ' 12-,.,, ,tx I' J . 5- J kiwi? Q35 rl 45- Y L1 fix - ' 19 ' 1.17- F "V ' A S" Y' ' - S 'ww I F,-4 A -,QV 1 I-. --: W f I 'nfl- i ,-I J "' , . "' 5 ,Ma ., '47 1 L.. -- .ss .. 11 R . ,. A A I f In AA.. . 1 I A fAL' ...,, I 1' S A ' ""' "" 'T 'rw 2,5-'ME--if, v "HT "" r '- -E-w J ' f .J L I Ili? 6 I E3 .0 I 'C fl j f? ' 'ck' 1 ' A 'T 1- - A I I ' I I r' E F -' -N 'A I .- .r k!'9i:" ,E ' r, . A -f ' T I IA L1 I .QL V! l1f2'Q-.ERR .4 - - . CLASS OF 1954' R :I ' . ALBERT CRIGLER, JR. I .J A , "RAA 1 1 JF HECTOR DAVIS, III A 1 W:-v an , rn. 1 rw J J: -J , L PHILIP DENZLER 4 F I Lf' A' J W I a U 3 fa 'I' ' I , , ' V. JOHN B. DORSEY -:Q fs--' Af , E, THOS.W,DOWN1NG 4 - J , I A A J 4 g...,,--- - .ELL ai W f V w .. Il '-'. ' -iz :': TRI F' " ' TF' ,,,W"'':'E?"'fqwfQD' SA "DQR" :EM m M," ' X , 'Jw .-.',1J, J- ,J I Wy- L V .mb Y Q34 I ' gg ,1:gv.f:.., xsg ffvwwugaa ,,,5lEL,, ,, 1 JAMES E- DUNCAN I J' . 'A" Iiiimu ifw ' L-A: 4 www REJ W'A wMw I. WAYLAND DUNN IW 'I . ld Ig." EI . gfwu rvmw I R Q2 -..lx M I . ,- S , A Q- . wwrfgxf ww A.f Q- 'K H I IM! In 'i W ,V ,-f5riz,,5f.!.E,? si-,Az - .ww I I ll--' ' 5' 45 f -rf N- W- .mv Y Mm ' " I 3 ,-fL3s3f1i6R2s v' 'TR I - I " A JOHN W. EDMONDS, III I . 6, LR A I I A ,V .ef I' I ' ,M - Q? 2a.eslHIl' '- . . , I P' -ff'-1' I-' I JONATHAN EDWARDS, JR. ,, .5 I J 'Li' .W . gg.. lr., 'F' M' 11 ,qi 5 ED- L.ELL1OTT,1II 34+ Y:-iw-.R U Q ' If al A - Iv.: . .1 1 9' .I .- -L . . li ffm 'A""' 'WWIW' 'T -' ' . ' " ' i" T ' I 1 . 'A ' " Zi' YI' Q .' I A rs GERALD A. EZEKIEL I Aff! A A A 1 I ' W ' I ' LLEWELLYN T. FLIPPEN N 1 J V H QI. J m f. 6 G. A. FOREHAND, JR. I A '- E' A ' ' 5 1 55. Q1 DONALD L. FOUTZ Q I ,J . A J . I .gif Q . DONALD W. FOWLKES ' ' JM' A A I ' . J L51 A I , Ag CHARLES P. FULLER "' 'L.Ajf5,, . 1. A J A ,.,. ,J J A I JIJH, D V, ALLEN GAINES :., I I I . ' JW' 11 A 2 in J w E. J. GANAKIS ' 2 1 1 I' - wie' H ' J"i f"I I- VAUGHAN GARY, JR- fi ' Q A ' A fx w I I ' H' WAYNE GIBSON Ii,-, . ,,,, i . A - ' --V' ' ' J ' if 'QL A 'Z-ff L A - 'I I .. University of Richmond 11.24155 RICHMOND COLLEGE " . ..f-Six if J. -I: 5 OOLSBY HARVEY M. GURLEII EDWIN M. HAKE LUCIAN T. HALL, JR. GLENROY M. HANEY H. ROGER HART JAMES H. HATCHELL HOWARD O. HAYNIE NELSON L. HILL R. J. HOLLAND JOHN C. HOULGRAVE ARTHUR D. HOWARD YUEN KAN HSU JAMES C. HUGHES CHARLES S. HYNES J. VAN IRVINE GUSTAVUS V. JACKSON, JR. A. B. JAMES EUGENE JEFFERSON GEORGE G. JOHNS man Q.. ,gg 'F I 0 ! 4 H-.. Lf J an 1 N 1 E I 2 1 I C L A S S O F I 9 5 4 ' ,il s-V IIQEJNQ , gt' if X . .11 1-, K . ,., ,..V, Ju SJ. 41 g I CHARLES E. EENER I' ' f A A , AA.A -- Ai Rf. I V411 If . J S, . P' 5II5Jf8LPSim12i.CK . 1 , . J. I --', , .1 1- f ., - I WI I 215392 1 A CSI I BEN JAMIN B. KULINA '-ESR "' ff, Q .:, :,1 . : I V' ' " ' J 5 n il, 'J ..-'q . A , , ' Y NIMROD F. LAWRENCE . ..--. 5. W fl VW .1 -'-O - 'T' . 1. ql., . A " I JAMES E. LINDSEY, JR. IV if. . ff- ,- . , . . THOMAS I-I. MARKLEY 1 - V' -1-I., .af R wg- XL. 74:- I J 5 N I -N K . IM . A I LAWRENCE E. MATTHEWS ":: J N N ROBERT M. MELSON i J -' A X' I ' .. CHARLES A- MINK QL j I .5 A Lip. AL I . "55A'P.,. ' "CMJ "M 1 RICHARD D. MOORE L' L ii , ' 4 K I J C. W. MOORING rg? 3 -ZX f M 'I' ' ii- ' Q Q ' BEN E. NORI:LEET I 'j I 5 x I ev A ARTHUR N. O'BRIEN, JR - . I ' E- S M I 4 2 , A . '. .. L . , 3. ROBERT S. B. OSSMAN A I I I I I ,.,.,,,QLg.5 -' QEMJ Q I- EEZQHII V J V i V g f. 1 'W ? ' M . . ' A JULIAN H. OTTEN I 4 Wi L-'. 1 ,J A 52 .14 ROY K. PATTESON, JR. IQ 'ZJ' . .' ' U Hi ' 1' 5 ALBERT C. PECUCH . Liv'-' PARKE D. PENDLETON A Ei., A 13 J, 1 -,A. , 5 - 'pf A . ROBERT E. PFLUG ggjyxj THE 1952 WEB C. BALLARD PIERCE TIMOTHY T. POHMER THOMAS J. PROFFITT, JR. DAVID B. PROPERT JOSEPH S. PRUSSACK WILLIAM S. RATCHEORD, II RICHARD L. RELYEA JOHN L. REYNOLDS JAMES M. REYNOLDS DONALD E. RICHESON EDGAR P. ROBERSON KENNETH F. ROBERTSON COLEMAN C. ROBINS STUART A. SACHS A. GEORGE SAGE, JR. JEROME M. SANDVIG ROBERT B. SCOTT ALVIN L. SHEFFIELD FELIX E. SHEPHARD M. G. SHOTWELL SOPHOMORE CLASS Y T' -.-1 . Z i- ' I L.Iq.1fv5-S - I I "?'f'! - I I ' 1 I A I T ' . ' 'I T: .I 7 ' Y . , . I- S 3 , . If-' . I9 f ' i '11 I I Ig' W. 'T .IQ I I.. I . . I I I, I I I- I. . II 5 I - 7 ' II ,I :WI I -' II I II -I Y IQ. . I., I . I I Qi ,I -I I II. IIII7- ' ff- II :,. . z, I II SEB II' ' II I ' I I II 4' IfI'I III. I "r1"'T'D' :'2WQ"f1Z' 'MH' II E5 IIS- ' -1 - - 'mv' I-II K--fm II - 24- m A-.---W EEE 'j1II: " Ii? " -IEC.: 1- I" III? 5 gif II. IV' "If I? ' "ISP ISE! I III HI, , III,I.I,I. " ' V "I-I'II"'II'H?ff" 33 2 " "INR .ESTYIKWT I.ff1""m'f!W'KI-II M A "MII 'I II"I'II" III" I . .. ?3II"ff?IWf7S?i??'l 23:-IMI: 'III .. II, .I . I I. IIIIII IIVI1 .II Ag IIIIIIITIQIIIII IIIIIIIII II .:I.....IIII IIIII III III IIIII ,I IIS-. I II IIRIJMII III IIII . I III I I IIIIII II I III II IIIII II III I. I II III IIIIII III III I IIIII IIg:.II IIIIQI I- MIK I I "III -.. , 'f "MI IIIIIIIIIIIIIFU IQ- IIIIIIII"IIII III! ft III I I , I. I III III . I, II, . 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I I.1:I3ILl"I- .IEEI II I I .I-.4.ff.I2cI I I!Q'...' ' Eifailfg III, ,Q CLASS OF 1954 I II - I I I ' I I' . II I THEODORE M. SHREVE 2 IIIIII -,N I I I. II II 4. II. I I I ALVIN J. SOUTHWORTH .ISI I II Ii , . S I gg I II A II I I CHARLES F. STANLEY fx I- " I' I "II 1 -I " - I II. 'E II Ii' IIN I -'III 4' -'ifsiisf Lil I T i f . 3 Igffw I I 'II I II JIMMY F. SUBLETT I C I H I I I J f IIII W. EUGENE THOMAS . Y I .I I --II 3- I -. ,vI,,., , . . III .II ' j.I,II Ej i'I I. I . . I I . NIELS S.THOMAssON I I, : 1 -,,I .mf I I . T1 - Y Hgiiil .sr I I IIIIIIII I . I -I I- I I i iII R I, I - .II I . :J I I EDGAR L. TURLINGTON, JR. ,II I' "ff E uf I I L I if QI M WALTER D. URQUHART f' I I I III . I I Ig-gg II. I I RICHARD C. VIA I ' ' .fl I I I I, I II BYRON G. VINCENT .., A LI .. Im I -. EET--..- 19 I W A I I 5 EDWARD A. WAYNE, JR. I -.1 I- 1I .I ,IR I I I MI FRANCIS T. WHEELER, JR. 1- -. I .. I ff, - I - .- . I I-If II I TOMMY WITTEN Pg I I 1 I II' .I JAMES B. WOMBLE I I I I . I II.I 4-4 fIz II: .'. III .Ig I I I I . M II I ROY C. WOOD --II IIIIII III. I J ' 5 N I III . II A I' I IF 7 I MI WILLIAM R. WOOTEN, JR. I I - . wr . AI 3 -""II R S2 II".iif L 'I GI 4, I Il I I . I" .gg I GERALD T. YAGEL I -:'I 2 II L I I I. II . I I I I IIIII I ,If ,I II HOWARD II .J ' I ' - IJ, I ' Q - 7- - Ii I . I. 53.1 Ev- ,-ft A' -1 I Cf 1 U72i1!67'5iiI'J1 of Richmond L-ffl 57 RICHMOND COLLEGE Che ?rc'sl1fmz14 Hass SPENCER D. ALERIGHT, III JAMES S. ALEXANDER WILLARD T. ALLEN CLAUDE W. ANDERSON HAROLD K. ANDERSON L. HENRY ANDERSON THOMAS F. ARMSTRONG WILLIAM E. BABER WILLIAM N. BACALIS ROBT. L. BALDRIDGE JACK F. BECK GASPER A. BENNARDO FRANCIS R. BERRY ROBERT A. BEST CHARLES S. BINGHAM M. L. BL CKBURN ROSE L E BOOKER, JR. J BOOTH fp J N WILEY BRAGG ARL D. BRICKER 58J7X..: ss,- .., I.. L .. IIS ..,., ' . FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right: James Murphy, Jecrelfzryj Dwight Cumby, vice f71'EJ'idE7Zf,' Willialll Tulloh, l1'eaJz11'w',' Marshall Tuck, Jemztorj John Booth, preyidevzl. I I THE .1952 IVEB FRESHMAN CLASS WALTER I1 BROWN '- -Q J ROBERT L. BURRUS, 1 J if CARL W. CARNES ' ERIC R. CHRISTENSEN, JR. A. M. CHRISTIANSEN, JR. DWIGHT W. CUMBEE .233 I:..,K i , fill' I -RJ ,. 7 N X 'K MOTT A. CUMBY, JR. . ANDREW N. CYPRUS ANDREW J. DAFFRON JOHN W. DETER LUTHER I. DICKENS PARK P. DICRERSON PAUL DVORAK WILLIAM A. EATON ' ROBERT E. EVANS RONALD L. FINK HARVEY L. FORD ALBERT A. FRATRICK Lgl..'-- ffE . - ' CLASS OF 1955 JOSE PH M. GAIIDNER JOHN F. GAVLICK A FLETCHER I. GEE RICHARD D. GOEE JOHNNIE W. GORDON GEORGE E. GIIAMMER, CECIL R. GREER JOHN W. GUY ROBERT V. HANNAH JOSEPH A. HARNETT BEVERLY D. HARRIS J. REID HARTSELL WILLIAM W. HENDRICK DOUGLAS Y. HICKS OLIVER H. HILDEBRAND KENNETH L. HODDER ARNOLD M. HOFFMAN SEYMOUR HORWITZ DAVID B. HOUGH JOSEPH R. B. HUTCHINSON PHILIP B. INGRAM WALTER C. JACKSON, III WILLIAM H. JAMES C. LEON JENNINGS, JR University of Richmond ,,-,fi 59 I RICHMOND COLLEGE -.1 .S .gr R9 ,E 4' - , "IJ 5' 2 'egswvv 'ff ' . gJ,Q.1-INSON, III WI cj I LI EARL' .JORDAN, JR, . ll M X HENRY H. KAMPS . RICHARD M. KEITH 2, J 1 g " 3II.g.zy2Q:Q- I-"V '-:II I THOMAS M. KELSO . Wil EDWARD C KOPP ' ' .. Lx -. 4- GEORGE E. LANHAM . J 4 JACK LAUTENSLAOER jv Eg, J ALBERT C. LIMBRICK,-JR. H ff' J MYRON P. LINFIELD O. x I 2 I AUGUST L. LONGO JOHN D. MCLEOD WARREN H. MCNEAL, JR, KENNETH MACE JOHN S. MAOYAROSI J. BERNIE MARLOW IS 'J Q I' 4- -L-nv CLASS OF1955 1: 'V' is TED E. MASTERS WILLIAM A. MAXEY CHARLES H. MERRITT JOSEPH MERSEL CARLTON MILSTEAD JAMES G. MITCHELL W. DEWEY MONGER LLOYD V. MORRIS CHARLES B. MORTON JAMES M. MOSELEY, JR. JOHN THOMAS MULLINS JAMES E. MURPHY GUY D. MLIRRAY WILLIAM W. NICHOLLS EDWARD R. NOBLE JOSEPH H. NORMAN BEN ORTNER ALTON F. OWEN JUSTIN T. PACIOCCO THOMAS J. PAPPALARDO GROVER S. PAULETT WILLIAM F. PEACH L. FRANK PHILLIPS, JR. JOSE M. PORTELA QQJJXJ. THE 1952 WEB J.. H. FLEET POWELL, JR. X MADISON R. PRICE ss ,- LESLIE W. ROARK Q' CARLTON C. ROBERTS SALVATORE ROVILLO U DONALD LEE ROWE pf ' A 3 I ' FRESHMAN CLASS KARL H. RUBENSTEIN EJ W 'g9'JJJ?Vx BARRY E. SAUNDIERS HENRY E. SAVEDOE, JR. . FRED L. SBARBARO, JR, J WILLIAM R. SCHILLING PAUL SHERIDAN HENRY A. SHOCKLEY I M N ' HENRY B. SILVER 1: O., ,JS ,,. .L J. J FRED R. SKAGGS I , f J' HUNTER F. SPENCER, JR. ' " ' JOHN R. SUYES, JR. PAUL D.STOTTS ' A A Hg I 6 A f A' vi ' ' .g,., t, -'diy I .J CLASS OF 1955- '- JACK F. SWANSON 45:4 an 'EZ' H. M. THOMAS JOHN H. THOMAS DONALD C. THOMPSON GEORGE F. TIDEY ARTHUR G. TOLER, JR. V 'Er I N I F? 46: K ,II I T W. MARSHALL TUCK WILLIAM H. TULLOH GARLAND L. TURNER D. VINCENT VIA RONALD E. WEEE ALFRED W. WESTERN OTIS J. WHEELHOUSE, JR. RICHARD LEE WHITMORE EDWARD E. WILLEY, JR. RAYMOND L. WILKINSON, JR. JENNINGS L. WILSON, JR. NOLLIE A. WITCHER, JR. ! HJ I - I JAMES H. WOODRUFF A I' JAMES CULLEN WRENCH fl I. mmm V. ,V Ufzhfersity of Richmond . I . Hf ,R .-'J :- St Q S 61 Wcsfhampfon Krfllege I QW Q 1 E 4-,.m.1.,-.W,M..A . , gg. L as N SW K 4 Q Q , , 3110.45 , ff .r, f 3 2 k, wr 6 . A 5 . , ' ,rv-wa ' -wi, 25515- qf: .aw X? 'ww X 'f2.s las w wg ,.,., H ,wxgi Saw? Q, id 41 , . cy I i . , Q ,gi 'Ev Y yi Vps. 1 W 55? Q-W!" mpg- 5 1:4111 JN ' " V "'fJ'kf1 'rl :":':. K 'mm ,. X M -L. A it gig df 1 ja gym +755 wr., EK' TVESTHAMPTON COLLEGE Sl iaruryafr THE WESTHAMPTION COLLEGE GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION is composed of three branches, the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial. The Executive Council, headed by the Student Government Presi- dent, is the policymaking and coordinating body. The Legislative powers are invested in the College Coun- cil, which meets bimonthly, and is composed of the Executive Council, the Deans, Faculty Representa- tives, and representatives of all major campus or- ganizations. The judicial branch consists of the Honor Coun- cil and the two Residence Councils. The jurisdiction of the Honor Council extends to all major violations of the Honor Code, whereas minor infractions are handled by the Residence Councils. JACQUELINE JARDINE Prefidezzl COLLEGE COUNCIL. Lefl to righl, seated: Dean Roberts, Miss Gregory, Betty O'Bannong Jackie lard-ineg'He1en Want, Jane Gillg Miss Tucker. Stnlzdiizg' Louise Tullg Janet Stormy Sue Parry,.Mrs. Booker, Jo Freida Hull, Addie Eicksg Harriet XY ill- inghamg Anne Gibson, Betty Montgomery, Katherine Putnam, Kathleen Cole, Mr. Skinner. 64 pxj T1-113 1952 WEB STUDENT GO VEKNMENT SOUTH COURT RESIDENCE COUNCIL. Seated: Addie Eicks. Left to right, back 1'ou.'.' Anne Holmesg Bobbie Becknerg Ruby Vaughang Pauline Decker. Ill H l NORTH COURT RESIDENCE COUNCIL. Lgff I0 right Macon Dayg Sarah Barlowg jo Freida Hullg Jane Catherg Betty Williainsg Ola Hill. HONOR COUNCIL. Lefi I0 right, from 1'0u.'.' Addie Eicks, Jacqueline Iardineg Jo Freida Hull. Bark foul: Ola Hillg Helen Wa11tg Ruby Vaughang Betty Montgomeryg Kathy Cole. U11i1f'e1'sity of Riclwmouzl 'Clif 65 IVESTHAMPTON COLLEGE Che elfzivr Hlrzss THERE ARE MANY THINGS which a class may con- tribute to Westhampton College. We, the class of 1952, gave her our originality. We commenced our career by storming the traditionally sombre song contest in pajamas, striped ones, in fact. But the l'verL dant freshmen" were forgiven when we originated the successful tower-room party-Club 52. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right, yez1lefl.' Barbara Ferre, prefidefztg Nancy Ayres, vice prefiderzt. Smud- ivzg: Marilyn McMurray, birf0rim1,' Lu Angell, rec1'e1f11'y,' Barbara jo Soles, lf'efzrm'e1'. mark of sobriety and did nothing really drastic to the college. But of course we did achieve originality in our new presentation at the song contest. We also won the Halloween skit for the third straight year on the basis of originality. We entered our fourth and last year of college realizing fully our responsibilities to our Alma ,ft 53 Q 6 1, i it iymip yy fi auf" f it , t Wt' Our second songcontest saw us dressed as school girls of the gay-ninety era. Both our schoolmarm and our original song were commended. However, as "gay young sophomores" we undertook two major innovations: the big-little sister banquet, and the production of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." As we entered our third year at Westhampton in the favored status of Upperclassmen, we assumed a 66j7x,v Mater. Nevertheless, we injected our originality into campus traditions with the successful introduction of a big-little sister week. Even our Mortar Board Chapter slightly altered tradition when it came forth wearing grey suits instead of black. But in spite of these many changes that we have wrought in West- hampton, we cherish her traditions and hope that those who follow us will also respect them. THE 1952 IVEB ' SENIOR CLASS LELIA VERNON ADAM V. Baltimore, Maryland' . 3 0 BA., Hirzory . . Future Teachers of America, Ionian Music Club, International Relations Club. QPR LUCILLE DANA ANGELL Richmond, Virginia B.A., Erzgliyb Senior Class, Secretary, junior Class, Song Leader, Freshman Counselor, B.S.U., Glee Club, Choir, Vice President, English Club, Nostrae Filiae. NANCY RINER AYERS Norfolk, Virginia B.A., Pryclmlogy Senior Class, -Vice President, Senior Orchesis, President, French Club, Psychology Club, Glee Club, Future Teachers of America. sa..." CHARLOTTE LEE BABB by Ivor, Virginia BA., Sociology WEB, Editorial and Business Staff, Collegian Staff, Class Bas- ketball, B.S.U., International Relations Club, President, Glee Club, El Picaro, Choir. crass OF 1952 SARAH ANN BARLOW Smithfield, Virginia B,A., Ezzglirb Residence Council, Senior House Leader, Associate Editor, Col legimzg Baptist Student Union, Vice President, Editor of Guide Vice President, Alumni Daughters, Glee Club, French Club Choir, English Club. ROBERTA ANN BECKNER Lynchburg, Virginia BA., Pyycbology Wfboir W'lao,' College Council Representative, Residence Coun cil, junior House Leader, Senior House Leader, President, Freshman Class, Varsity Hockey, Basketball, Class Hockey Basketball, Freshman Counselor, Westrninster Fellowship, Presi dent, Psychology Club. JOYCE ELIZABETH BELL Portsmouth, Virginia B.A Dmnmtir Amr Dean's List, Class Hockey, Basketball, Secretary, University Players, Alumni Daughters, English Club, French Club, Inter- national Relations Club, Spanish Club, Chorus, Choir. 3 -D2 IV JUNE LAWTON BOSTICK Richmond, Virginia B.A., Ewglirb Collegian Reporter, Merrezzger Staff, English Club. U7li'lf'67'.VifJ' of Ricbmmzd 11.241 67 IVESTHAMPTON COLLEGE - . U , f Ii.EANOR WINSLOW BRADFORD ,Q Portsmouth, Virginia fr' r B.A., Edurulion Freshman Class, ice President, Westlmampton Cheerleader, Uni- versity Cheerlea r, WEB Business Staff, Canterbury Club, Future Teachers of America, Orchesis, Vice President, Harle- quin Club, Homecoming Princess. ANNE BREHME Richmond, Virginia B.S., Cberzzirzffy Dean's List, Chemistry Club. JANE A. CAMLIN Richmond, Virginia B.S., Biology Phi Beta Kappa, Intermediate Honors, Dean's List, Beta Beta Beta, Secretary. VIRGINIA CLAIRE CARLTON Richmond, Virginia B.A., Latin Eta Sigma Phi, Secretary-Treasurer, President, WEB Art Staff , Alumni Daughters, English Club, French Club. CLASS 0141952 BARBARA ANN CAWTHORNE Lynchburg, Virginia BA., Spanish and Latin Mortar Board, Vice President, Eta Sigma Phi, Vice President, Residence Council, junior House Leader, Intermediate Honors, Freshman Counselor, WEB Staff, Westminster Fellowship, El Picaro, El Coro. NANCY CLEMENT Roanoke, Virginia B.A., Bible Transfer from Mars Hill Junior College, Baptist Student Union. MARY ANN COATES Washingtoim, D. C. B.A., Sociology Ionian Music Club, Newman Club, junior Orchesis, Inter- national Relations Club, Homecoming Princess, May Court, P""?' Maid of Honor. 499' MARY KATHLEEN COLE Richmond, Virginia BA., Prycbvlogy Mortar Board, Historian, Psi Chi, President, U7b0'r IlVb0,.' College Council, Honor Council, Executive Council, President of Town Students, Sophomore Class, Secretary, Class Basket- ball, Freshman Counselor, Callegimz, Managing Editor, Reporter, Psychology Club, Les Femmes Savantes, French Chorale. Gsjyxa THE1952 IVEB MARIAN GRACE COLLINS Bowling Green, Virginia B .A., Mnlbemulicr ' Pi Mu Epsilon, Vice Presidentg Pi Delta Epsilon, Dean's Listg Class Basketballg WEB, W.C. Business Managerg Wesley Found- ationg French Club, Orchesis, Secretary-Treasurer. KATHLEENE ANDERSON COOKE . Fort Bragg, North Carolina BA., Claemlrzry Phi Beta Kappa, Gamma Sigma Epsilong Chemistry Clubg In- termediate Honorsg Class Hockey, Class Basketballg B.S.U.g Alumni Daughters. BERTHA BRAUER COSBY Richmond, Virginia B.S., Cbemirlry Phi Beta Kappag Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Recorclerg Pi Mu Epsilong Intermediate Honors, junior Class Secretaryg Freshman Counselorg WEB Staff, Westhampton Art Editor, Wesley Founda- tiong Orchesisg Chemistry Clubg Nostrae Filiae, President and I-Iistoriang Ionian Music Club. FANNIE YANCEY CRADDOCK Lynchburg, Virginia B.A,,E11gli:b Phi Beta Kappag Intermediate Honorsg Freshman Class Historiang Canterbury Club, University Players, Secretary, El Corog English Club, Vice President. SENIOR CLASS We-ws, " CLASS OF 1952 -rf -H 1 -. egg 3. Urziversity of Richmond BETTY CREWS South Hill, Virginia B.A,, Sociology Dean's Listg El Picaro. REBECCA ANN CUMBY Roanoke, Virginia Bfl., Bible Transfer from Mars Hill junior Collegeg Baptist Student Uniong Alumni Daughters. GLENNA LUCILLE DEARING Haddonfield, New jersey BA., Prycbology Class Hockeyg Varsity Hocl-:eyg Collegian Staff, Wesley Founda- tiong Psychology Club, Glee Clubg Choirg French Club, Ionian Music Clubg International Relations Club, ELLA DEAN DUNGAN ,U Village Virginia l'., B A REllgIOILf Ezlnmtzon ,. li f Council ElP1caro A . 7 . . . Hi, . ., ' ' , ,' . .V 'Wu'-'- 3 Transfer from Mars Hill junior Collegeg Baptist Stb ggjlinion, A ' I m y i r , ra.- m..!il69 IVESTHAMPTON COLLEGE rm Elf 591 wr' SUSIE MASON EASLEY Williamson, West Virginia BA., Pryrbology Psi Chi, Secretary-Treasurer, junior Class Treasurer, Dean's List, Class Basketball, Class Hockey, Orientation Committee, WEB Stall, Westminster Fellowship, Psychology Club, Secretary, Alumni Daughters, Future Teachers of America, Glee Club. ELIZABETH EDMONDS Accomac, Virginia BA., Sociology Class Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Freshman Counselor, Alum- ni Daughters, Nostrae Filiae, Secretary, Harlequin Club, Secre- tary, Les Femmes Savantes. ADELAIDE MARGARET EICKS Belmont, Massachusetts BA., Sociology IVlao'r ll7l9o,' College Government Secretary, Honor Council Recorder, Residence Council, Recorder, President, College Coun- cil, Executive Council, May Day Co-Chairman, Freshman Coun' selor, Collegian, Reporter, Westhampton Associate Editor, Can- terbury Club, World Relatedness Commission Chairman, Glee Club, English Club, El Coro. 1 DIANE PATRICIA EVANS Richmond, Virginia BA., Pryrbology Co-editor UV 6J'fZ7r1l1lf1I'0lZ Hzuuibooeg Varsity Hockey, Basketball, Class Hockey, Basketball, Track Letter, Varsity Basketball Cap' tain, Hockey, Track, and Archery Manager, Athletic Association Board, Seal Winner, Blazer Winner, Orientation Committee, Collegian Staff, Psychology Club, Les Femmes Savantes. CLASS OF1952 BARBARA E. FERRE Miami, Florida B.A,, Hirmry Mortar Board, Editor, Phi Alpha Theta, lVlao'.r 117110, Senior Class President, Dean's List, Class Basketball, Westhampton Cheerleader, Merrerzger, Editorial Assistant, Harlequin Club, Apple Blossom Princess, Homecoming Princess, Homecoming Queen, May Court. JACQULINE D. GERSON Richmond, Virginia B.A., Sociology Dean's List, Class Basketball, Class Hockey, Junior Varsity Basketball, junior Varsity Tennis, Hillel, Recording Secretary, Board of Governors, El Picaro, Psychology. Club. ANNE MORRELL GIBSON Huntington, West Virginia BA., Sociology Pi Delta Epsilon, College Council, Class Hockey, Class Basket- ball, WEB Staff, Collegian, Reporter, Managing Editor, West- hampton Editor, Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association fExecutive Councilj, Canterbury Club, Treasurer, President, Religious Activities Council, French Club, Spanish Club, BEVERLY JEAN GILBERT Haverhill, Massachusetts BA., Efiglirb MQayhDay'Coordinator, Photography Editor of WEB, English ,A , sPJTotography Club, International Relations lul?' I , i: ' French Club, University Players, May by - if Vg' - Court. ' gm! 7Ol2k.,D A il. ff THE 1952 WEB SENIOR CLASS HANNAH MOORE GLAD Coatesville, Pennsylvania 12 ?' -- B.A., Edzzmlian 'X Class Basketball, University Players, Spanish Clu , French Club, Future Teachers of America. NANCY GOUGER Richmond, Virginia B.S., Biology Beta Beta Beta, Intermediate Honors, Dean's List. LUCILLE HEDLEY Arlington, Virginia B,A,, Frerzrb Transfer from University of Neuchatel, Switzerland, World Relatedness Commission Chairman, Alumni Daughters, French Club, International Relations Club, Glee Club, Secretary-Treas urer, Camera Club, French Chorale. MARGARET HENDERSON Nathalie, Virginia B.A., Pryrbology Transfer from Averett College, Baptist Student Union, Psychol- ' ' ogy Club. CLASS OF1952 ANNE MARIE HOLMES Newport News, Virginia BA., Evzglifb Senior House Leader, Dean's List, Varsity Hockey, Class Hockey Class Basketball, Freshman Counselor, Merrezzger Staff, Canterl bury Club, English Club, May Court. JEANNE HOOTMAN Alexandria, Virginia B.S., Public Srbaal lvlllfif Transfer from Randolph-Macon College, Lynchburg, Virginia, Dean's List, Wesley Foundation, Ionian Music Club, Secretary, Treasurer, Glee Club, Les Femmes Savantes, University Players. AILEEN CUNNINGHAM HUF F Roanoke, Virginia BA., Edllcmfiolz Transfer from Mars Hill College, B.S.U.g Future Teachers of America. ELIZABETH BOLLING HURT Culpeper, Virginia B.S., Public School ilflmic Baptist Student Union, University Choir, Secretary, Treasurer, Ionian 'Music Club, President, Secretary, Treasurer, Nostrae Filiaeg Alumnae Daughters, Les Femmes Savantes. Urziversity of Richmond m..!Cf71 IVESTHAMPTON COLLEGE ' "2-L5',.n-1-'Ffa-1? ' -. Y JEAN IVEY gs 5 IP chmond, Virginia 7lf',',, ' BA., Mzzrir Tran 'T Stfilfl 'chool of Music, University of Rochester, ,,. 1 , Freshman Class Secretary, Dean's List, Ionian Music Club. JACQUELINE D. JARDINE Farmville, Virginia B.fl,, Prycbology Transfer from Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Psi Chi, IVbo'J Whag President, College Government Association, Chairman, Honor Council, Executive Council, President, College Council, President, Dean's List, Orientation Committee, Varsity Hockey, University Play- ers, Psychology Club, French Club. BETTIE R. JARRETT Richmond, Virginia B.S., Biology Phi Beta Kappa, Intermediate Honors, Dean's List, Beta Beta Beta. NANCY ELIZABETH JUDGES Richmond, Virginia B.A., Hirlory Dean's List. ,, ,ff 'Y is 77 , '3 CLASS OF1952 Hffxa MARIAN MARIE LACY Halifax, Virginia BA., Sociology WEB Staff, Baptist Student Union, Nostrae Filiae, President, International Relations Club, El Picaro, Camera Club. NINA LANDOLINA Fort Lauderdale, Florida BA., Edumzimz El Picaro, French Club, Harlequin Club, Future Teachers of America, Treasurer. JILL E. B. LOBACH Akron, Ohio B.A., Mz1.n'ic Freshman Class Song Leader, Class Hockey, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Tennis, WEB Business Staff, Col- legian, Reporter, Editorial Associate, Canterbury Club, Inter- national Relations Club, Secretaiyg Glee Club, Ionian Music Club, University Choir, Orchesis. FRANCES ELIZABETH McEVER Blacksburg, Virginia B.A., Hirlafy Class Hockey, Class Basketball, Varsity Basketball, WEB Busi- ness Staff, Westminster Fellowship, Future Teachers of America, Les Femmes Savantes. THE1952IVEB MARILYN MCMURRAY Wfashington, D. C. B.A., Sociology Phi Beta Kappa, Intermediate Honors, Dean's List, Senior Class, Historian, Freshman Counselor, Wesley Foundation, President, Religious Activities Council, Orchesis, El Picaro, University Choir, El Coro, French Club, International Relations Club. GEORGIANNA HASELL MCTEER Beaufort, South Carolina B.A., Elemeizlmy Bdnmzion Transfer from Coker College, I-lartsville, South Carolina, Class Hockey, Class Basketball, WEB Business Staff, Canterbury Club, El Picaro, Future Teachers of America. JANIE DRUCILLA MARSHALL Richmond, Virginia BA., Soriology Class Hockey. EMILY ANN MAY Tazewell, Virginia Bfl., Biology Transfer from XXfard-Belmont College, Nashville, Tennessee, Class Hockey, Class Basketball, Psychology Club, Biology Club. SENIOR CLASS CLASS OF 1952, l Uiziversily of Ricbmonrl CAROL MELTON Wasllington, D. C. B.A.,Bible Baptist Student Union, Glee Club, Vice President, University Choir. PARALEE DALE NEERGAARD Staten Island, New York B.A., Prycbology Transfer from Mars Hill College, Canterbury Club, Treasurer, Psychology Club, Ionian Music Club. JANE ELIZABETH OZLIN South Hill, Virginia BA., Sociology Dean's List, Class Hockey, WEB Staff, Wesley Foundation, El Picaro, Alumni Daughters. ELEAN OR LEE PERSONS Quantico, Virginia BA, Bible :md Edzlcfzlian Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, Secretary, Intermediate Honors, Dean's List, Class Hockey, Collegian, Managing Edif tor, B.S.U., President and Vice President, Virginia State B.S.U., First Vice President, Religious Activities 'l,'Les As Savantes, Ionian Music Club, Internati elation , - i' Future Teachers of Ame Ra. I ., X I-,fb -gyrus IVESTHAMPTON COLLEGE ' SUSAN PETERS Radford, Virginia BJI., Ari Athletic Association Board, University Cheerleader, Westhamp- ton Head Cheerleaclerg Me.rrenge1', Art Editorg Collegian Car- toonistg WEB Art Staffg Baptist Student Union, Harlequin Club, Orchesisg Future Teachers of Americag Les Femmes Savantes' .Er Homecoming Princess, Homecoming Queen. BETSY PHILLIPS Richmond, Virginia B.S., Biology Transfer from Longwood College, Farmville, Virginiag Class Hockeyg Biology Club. BEVERLEY MINGE RANDOLPH Richmond, Virginia B.A., Aft Co-editor of IWe.rtha11zptar1 College Hmzdbookg Westliampton Cheerleader, University Cheerleader, Collegian Staltg Merrenger Staff, Alumni Daughters, Orchesisg Future Teachers of Americag Homecoming Princess, Tobacco Bowl Princessg WEB Beauty. JANE RATCLIFFE Upper Darby, Pennsylvania BA., Sociology Varsity Hockey, Class Hockey, Westminster Fellowship, Nostrae Filiaeg Glee Club. CLASS 0171952 ISABEL GRESI-IAM SANFORD Richmond, Virginia BA., Pryrbology Class Basketball, Varsity Basketballg Psychology Club, Treas- urerg Alumni Daughtersg Future Teachers of Americag Orchesis JULIET JOY SELBY Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania B.A., E12,gll.l'Z7 Phi Alpha Theta, Vice Presidentg Junior Class, Historian, In- termediate Honorsg Collegian, Editorial Associate, B.S.U.g YWCA, Publicity Chairman, English Club, International Rela- tions Clubg Harlequin Club, May Queen. MARIANNE SHUMATE Waynesboro, Virginia BA., Englirh Transfer from Fairfax Hall Junior College, Vfaynesboro, Vir giniag Collegian Staffg English Clubg El Picarog Camera Club BETTIE CAMPBELL SNEAD Fork Union, Virginia ., , B.A., Edumlion Class Hoclieyg C asketballg B.S.U.g Alumni Daughters, Sec- retary,,,V,gQsK2iPfl en , Presidentg French Club, Future Teachers - rfiiL-lfLq-155 of America. L Mykg, THE 1952 WEB 7 SENIOR CLASS BARBARA JO SOLES V Fairmont, West Virginia BA., Biology Beta Beta Beta, Vice President, Senior Class Treasurer, Class Hockey, Class Basketball, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Basketball, WEB Business Staff, Newman Club, Psychology Club, Orchesis, International Relations Club, Harlequin Club. MARJORIE SPARER Roslyn, Long Island, New York B.A., Erzglirb Dean's List, Collegian Staff, Westminster Fellowship, English Club, Future Teachers of America. JANET STORM Bahrain, Arabia B.A., Cbemirlry Phi Beta Kappa, Intermediate Honors, Dean's List, Mortar Board, President, College Council, junior Class, Vice President, Freshman Counselor, B.S.U., YWCA, Treasurer, French Club, Chemistry Club. DESIREE STUART-ALEXANDER London, England BA., Hirlory Mortar Board, Secretary, Phi Alpha Theta, IWbo'r llVbo,' Resi- dence Council, Recorder, President, Honor Council, Recorder, Board of Presidents, Executive Council, College Council, Dean's List, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Basketball, Class Hockey, Class Basketball, Orientation Committee, Chairman, Freshman Coun- selor, WEB Staff, Senior Class Editor, Canterbury Club, El Picaro, French Club. ' CLASS OF1952 HARRIETT SINGLETON STUBBS Alexandria, Virginia B.A., Biology Beta Beta Beta, Mortar Board, Treasurer, College Council, Freshman Representative, College Government Association Treas- urer, Board of Presidents, Executive Council, Sophomore Class President, Senior Class Song Leader, Class Hockey, Class Bas- ketball, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Committee, Freshman Counselor, Canterbury Club, Biology Club, Glee Club. ALICE THEODOCIA SUBLEY Richmond, Virginia B.A., Ezzglirb Sophomore Class Historian, Collegian Staff, English Club: Les Femmes Savantes. NOLA TEXLEY Arlington, Virginia BA., Sociology Transfer from Mills College, Oakland, California, Pi Delta Epsilon, WEB, Wfesthampton College-Editor, Merrefzger, Lay- out Editor, Collegian, Editorial Staft, Freshman Counselor. ANN KELSO THARPE I-lyattsville, Maryland BA., Edumliorz Athletic Association, Vice President, Class Hockey, Class Bas- ketball, Athletic Association Seal, WEB Staff, Underclass Editor, Activities Editor, Features Editor, Wesley Foundation, Alumni Daughters, Future Teachers of America, Glee Club, El Picaro. University of Richmond .L-,ffl 75 W'ESTI-IAMPTON COLLEGE 'w , - " ATHERINE O. TOWLER x X 3 9 lk!! f Chatham, Virginia ai BA., Edzzmlion Transfer from Asbury College, Dean's List, Class Hockey, Class Basketball, B.S.U., Future Teachers of America, French Chorus. LOUISE TULL Charlottesville, Virginia B.A., Biology College Council, Class Hockey, Class Basketball, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Tennis, Athletic Associa- tion Sealg Tennis Manager, President of Athletic Association, Freshman Counselor, Westminster Fellowship, Commission Chairman, International Relations Club. JANIE TUNE Halifax, Virginia BA., Hi.ff01'j':Illd Poliliml Science B.S.U., French Club, El Picaro. CLARICE L. UNDERWOOD Danville, Virginia B.S., Cbemirfry Transfer from Averett College, Danville, Virginia, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Class Hockey, B.S.U., Chemistry Club, Camera Club. 'ff 1559533 it A Q it Q. .. -4l!!P"' CLASS OF 1952 .111- pw, 76j7X.J JACQUELINE VAUGHAN Ashland, Virginia B.A., Sociology Transfer from Hollins College, B.S.U., Nostrae Filiae. HELEN WANT Hampton, Virginia B.A., Hiflory Mortar Board, Phi Alpha Theta, IWbo'r lVbo,' Honor Council, Recorder, Residence Council, Recorder, University Council, Col- lege Council, Orientation Committee, Freshman Counselor. FRED LEE WATSON Arlington, Virginia BA., Claenziylfy Residence Council, Junior House Leader, Freshman Class, Treas- urer, Sophomore Class, Vice President, Varsity Hockey, Class Hockey, Canterbury Club, Chemistry Club. PEGGY LOU WHITENIAN Pulaski, Virginia BA., Englifla Transfer from Roanoke College, Varsity Hockey, Class Hockey and Basketball, Wesley Foundation, English Club, Les Femmes Savantes. T THE 1952 IVIEB SENIOR CLASS MARY MARSHALL WILEY Crozet, Virginia B.A., Sociology Alumni Daughtersg Junior Orchesis. JEANNINE ALYCE WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia B.A., Murir Wesley Foundationg Music Club. HARRIET R. WILLINGHAM Washingtoim, D. C. B.A., Englirb Mortar Boarclg Whoh Wbog College Councilg Intermediate Honorsg Class Hockeyg Freshman Counselorg Religious Activi- ties Councilg YWCA, President, Vice President, and Secretaryg English Club. SOPHIA MCLEOD ZBA Strasburg, Virginia BA., Biology Transfer from Flora McDonald Collegeg YWCA, First Vice Presiclentg Freshman Counselorg Collegian Staifg WEB Staffg Westininster Fellowshipg French Clubg Future Teachers of Ameri- cag International Relations Club. CLASS OF1952 ee e l,f7IiIf'6'7'.Yif-y of Richmond Lfqf 77 RICHMOND COLLEGE U15 juninr BETTY JEAN ANDREWS AQELIZABETH LEE ATKINS A KATHERINE BURT BEALE SUSAN ELIZABETH BENTLEY MARYLEE BOLING JOYCE L. BROCK ELIZABETH B. CARPENTER NANCY A. CARPENTER MAR1E'fTA CARR CAROLYN CARTER I - OP CATHER T 4 A LOUISE CHILDERS A' Iflri -- T 78Dk.,v E ,, " A 1 ,I E' II Im.. I f I we Zlass JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right: Betty Andrewsg Mimi Hochmang Carolyn Carterg jackie Gusting Mary Katherine Manuelg Pauline Deckerg Betty Montgomeryg Mrs. Stokes. I - U, al Aw . i J. 'tm I : . ' ,iikrw 4,u:.:f::::frE?'.M N , 1' E . ' 'rl gf P? , fr-ggfl . :L My ff .1 : ,, If W I ' E+ it U-.. A tw' I f r K7 , 33, . V, I 5,1 I 'I n z-A H, H, - I. A iriml ' I"' ' ' I 3 la1e"'515i"" 1' V -Y si' 4 1 -' E OIG, :- , .QE I L. ', js ' 'A I , N 1, k., 1.1 uw. . L .LJ ul Q., x , '4 THE 1952 IVEB ,P ..-I -, 'KA Q : :En ,I A I. II, II mg, II II 'If - I I I I' - f I - I II-I-124 I M.. I '- , : - I I 1 .4 " Ig 1 ' I 1-JJ '- I , 4-A7 , -I -:E ...-3' I gm? IA., 'iii H Y 'V A f iW ' F? U IIIIgAf,f' ' QI- -...I IIMEIII -- A , egg -f - A I II H -I, I.IM I r I I as KE I-1 V ,Mgt -v:. I '. :., I' I :EEE '1 is-"QA-QIIII A I ' Rug . "'Ij',9,,dH.4,I 'WWII I V: ' Y, .. 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DAWSON EvEI.YN PAULINE DECKER JOANN HAZEL DETER PHYLLIS MARIE DWYER JOAN ALMA ECKERT ELIZABETH EICHELBERGER RUTH MARIE ENTSMINGER NANCY TAYLOR FLING -,IR H II. I -I II III II III ,.A, Ll , I I " I I:-- A E' . --II A -I - QI - Y as " 'xi' , II fwfr-'I' II M I' " QRII.:-II I I ni . I I.. 1- . A in - if I A Lf I j -A y AV' -g.EQfIgg gl '-,2 . II I ..... 5 f III I L gm I III. In ,,I. -I W H "II I IAII IIIIII, TIII I II II I I 3 Li .LLL Q ' ' ' I, . I. ' .al f li er- I hiv I ELIZABETH ANN HELMS ka 'E l I in iifjf I 6 I Av DOROTHY ANITA HICKS " 4 I 7, g 5 , I HERM'NAGLOR1A HOCHMAN I I Y- I I ELLEN GRAY HONTS Q - 3' ' I 'J - ' 4- I+' I I ' W IIIIQIJQE "':' IIII - I, I, ' Q XEEEEQXR Urziversity of Ricbmond "-ffl 79 UVESTHAMPTON COLLEGE 49 - LO T' if UDGINS JOSIL - 'gsgx iw HULL VIRGINI'-v Is NT MARY HOBSON HURT JANET Ross JOHNSTON GERALDINE LARUE KANTNER MARILYN V. KEETON BETTIE MAYHUGH KERSEY URSULA LAMM BETTY LEE LEAR VIRGINIA LESUEUR MAXINB LINDSAY I 5 I I J, ,v E Q M43 -W ,,,, L, SOIDXJ , 5-fr -+-4---5 1 Hb' AEE BARBARA JUANITA MCCRAW I MARY KATHERINE MANUEL . BETTY GAYLE MEPHAM fl' 'N ' 5 xg X 7 NANCY PAGE MCCRAY -.se A I In W I N I, l 1 JEAN CAROLYN MARTIN SHIRLEY L. MASON LOIS ATWOOD MOODY Q H Q In 5' I L my J Y "xl . BETTY THOMAS O BANNON NANCY JOYCF O NIIILL .-R'2 I I ' A I I, ..,: 9435, ,I..,. , . 9: ' ' I I PATRICIA ORTON MORAN f "MA - -- In 'HI Q ,gg xl A - 13 -- -3 Y NANCY BELLE NICHO1.SON B I . gf! -.-I'i 1 :': A !',75"WllU"m,Il " . ' A E MI THE 1952 IVEI3 BETTY LEWIS IVIONTGOMERY JUNIOR CLASS CAROLYN LEE ORANGE I J F T JUNE MIZELLE PAIR QT ,K - Af GERALDINE PAUL . I ARCADIA DOWDELL PHILLIPS I A I I. Z J. 3 I QE Y . I." 1:1 I IEANNE MARIE PLUNKETT MURIEL FAYE PRICE NANCY S. ROSENBERG ELIZABETH SCHAEFERS fffj X l 1 E' as JANE M. SHEEMA PATRICIA J. SHOMO GLADYS TATARSKY ,X RosE ANN THOMAS 49" CLASS 017.7953 E' '- Qfivelf - :HW '-'Fix-, - I . '-"NE ., 'TEE -- , , -- .gr I ff- 5 4 I f Q! 'Q RUBY VAUGHAN I ' ' x u' Jw A v ' EL' ' CARLA RAE WAAL JL Jug' AAA. sg V . ,, V I :L ,ji f Q, - ki Q I ,, . ' X 5' S If A ,T - I 5.4.2 E - .- I ALICE ELIZABETH WARNER 41, A 1 ' Z 'Y , , ' EQ? - A TRUDY LEE WEISLER .Y 'I' L . 'I' .XJ if' f' ,' J J I W I5 ' fl ,, . ,f".s5 L, lg I M X 1,1213 1- IX . AUDREY MAY WESLEY HARRIET WHEAT SEGAR BELLE WHITE JANE ROGERS WILLCOXON E 'R g , , A 'E H" kw QM J , VI Q EJ I fd-,IW X ,V T i I r' "M I J I I I BETTY JANE WILLIAMS 'K' Ag ' ELIZABETH ' E-R XVI a my. JANE IRVI 'f " MARYE ,xo I T If ' Ufziversity of Richmond hifi 81 U16 Svphvmare Elass SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. Sealed' Cos- tello Washburn. Left to right, .fltl77.6Z7i7Zg.' Mary Lou Gilbertg Sue Perryg Nancy Stanleyg Jane Lanierg , Ann Powellg Miss Miller. 1 3' NANCY S. BAUMGARDNER I I I JANE BRUCE BETTS 5' -f JOYCE ANNE BRANDT - MARGARET ELIZABETH BROWN J is BILLIE MARIE BRYAN BARBARA LEE BULL JEAN H. BURGESS . vo' ' SHIRLEY M. BRUCKMAN ,I .. ...I I I I I I 4 I 4-1, uw I I II Y ' BEVERLY ANNE BURKE I I I ANN R. BURNET , 4, . "' EDITH WELLS BURNETT X v I ..,.: J ROBERTA WYNN CO1-IEN I g I S wmw -AFV? I N, A I. . x , wif? 'H H, ' I 9 .f gx ::- T J' ' I i'9"'k"" " Q' 3" ' ' ll?" 5 - JE- EMMA LEE COSTELLO Ga , - R iw Q I l J NANCY JANE DAVIS .u g I J f ff I :IE I HW ' I 9 'B' 'Z ANNA MACON DAY g ' II: . I ,I J Qgisn DOWDY , I ' ' A . AI 5-'LJKI I -ji I1 ERP ' , , TL ,qlq f ug: 5 ' If 'iv :Q-E A If W III- 1 ' S2 THE 1952 WEB 'gi' ' 1' 7 J SOPHOMORE CLASS JOANNE V. ELLIS ,A ll "W . VELTA ERDMANIS V - L-L -3 ELIZABETH WALKER Ev ELIZABETH Ross FLEET BEVERLEY PAGE FRENCH BETTY A. GARTER I MARY LUELLA GILBERT I JANE RACHEL GILL ELISA LINDA GOODMAN NANCY FEILD GRAHAM GILDA L. GREENBERG ANN BURTON HANBURY 'XA f .. 'IB' B' 'J J A A 'A ' Jfiff, flQ I A 5. 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IN SARA WARD SHERMAN Q I A K A - C L A S S O F .I 9 5 4 ,I I I . J -: I ' -: 'f2:-iz-J' E- .J - ,.-. r Y ,Q rf-,W H E ,N IAQII W I f I 3 'Q Ji ,I I , E I H , ,T II ,IA I . I, ,- I J-.Vg Y, H, I. I- I ., E I r -nr 7 II - .B IAQ .. IIIZI 1 I wax I I 3 f' + E W N ,L W A ,, YT I A NANCY ANN STANLEY NANCY V. STEEL NANCY ELIZABETH STOUCH SHIRLEY ANNE TAYLOR A I ' 1 MARY ALICE WAGNER I 1 ' SHIRLEY ANN WARD COSTELLO MAE WASHBURN -'Q' A JAN HUNDLEY WATKINS JACQUELINE MAE WEIL ANN WHITEHURST BETTY JANE WILDER MARION CLARK WILKERSON ,If I " -3 ' -f ':" I II. I., I, If I I: Q J J " ' Q J W H I CARMEN WONG A -S. A Ah I J- K7 Y , LOLA FAYE VARNEY J , - I " RUTH LOUISE ZEHNER 5 I A ' I T -11 84J7k.J TI-IE1952 IVEB U16 greshmau Elms ERESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right, Jemfed: Peggy Armstrongg Cameron Freeman. Stmzdifzg: Katherine Putnamg Ann Pettitg Jody Weaver. FELICE ABRAM ' A 4 MARGARET A. ARMSTRONG I IACQUELYN FAY AYRE L, ' MARY ELIZABETH BEAMAN R ' MARGIE BLEVINS ,. BEULAH A. BOSTON QQ r. JANICE BOYER . ,wx POLLY BUNDICK ' , MARY ELLEN BURNS HILDERGARDE CAPPELMANN 1. .L, gl. V I . R . G ' 'A . JEAN CARTER 1:35 ,L ' IT. A 6 H . G ' MARIAN CHISHOLM .Q ,lf Q Q E7 ANN R. COHEN ef P . A 1 . VJ' ALICE F. CREATH T '-M EIT - I JEAN CRITTENDEN J I mul' F f .Gb .. ,Ly rf, .L if iT! V - 1 KA if - ' i SALLIE DORNON A I if MARY L. DUVALL . gr: I MYRA F.EMBREY ' E J' lzbzn A .,.. RA , .S A A: ,Mg , . M, . 1 , -C-..f..LL- L.. . L University of Rivlmzomi 0-ffl 35 IVESTHAMPTON COLLEGE F:II..i--.,. :fE..-Of, WL I cw 2 " W Q? I W I. Q H A N... E. -. I 9- Q:- . 45? U A I M155 E Eg, 1 sf I A EI ,I ' 1 ig.. fmqlg I Hg U , A Q," Q ffjy A ,rf Y 4 3 A R ' I I im Q MARGARET ENGLISH TIIALIA FENIGSOI-IN CAMERON M. FREEMAN PAULA FREUND MARITZA L. GARRIDO ' Q g MARGARET GLENN ff ff ':': J fv " , " MARIANNA GRANDE I Lf I I G- HOPE GUARALD1 'L SE ' 'V' . DOROTHY V. GWALTNEY . - I I .. Q. R-:- 5- EW MARGARET E. HALL " my :II z 1.5: r. gm 'ff A, 5 ,W IM... E L- Q, -.. N I- q I , . ' DALE W. 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LOUIS S. HEIIRINK B.S., LL.B., LLM. A.B., LL.B. LL.B. B.A., LL.B. Prafefsor Auiftwzi Profexmr Auocifzte Profeuor AJ'IOL'idl6 Profefmr 3 E . CONARD B. MATTOX EUGENE W. MCCAUL JAMES W. PAYNE, JIT. J. WESTWOOD SMITHERS B.A., M.A., LL.B. B.S., LL.B. LL.B. B.S., LL.B. Acting Librmimz I mlrmvfor. I lzflrzzclor P1'0fe5.r0r ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE XVILLIAM L. ZIMMER, 3D B.A., LL.B., S.J.D. B.A., LL.B. Anociate Profefmr 171-Y177'2lCf0l' 90 JNJ THE 1952 IVEB . ' fat? . jj., . .1 JAMES M. DUGGAR Presiziemf ,414 Ifzirvdueiizw la the Studenf Har ALL STUDENTS matriculated in the University of Richmond Law School are by virtue of that matricu- lation members of the Student Bar. Thus, at the Law School, student body and Student Bar could be cor- rectly interpreted as synonymous terms. The term Student Bar, however, has attained aa special signifi- cance and prominence in the social and scholastic life of the University as a result of the various ac- tivities emanating from the organized efforts of the law students. The Student Bar has written its own constitution in which it has set forth certain very definite objectives. Among these appropriate goals is: "to teach a consideration of individual honor and integrity as essentials of the legal professionf, The medium through which the Student Bar sets its examples and accomplishes its purposes is its governing body. This governing body being pat- terned after that of our national and state govern- ments is divided into three branches: the executive, legislative, and judicial. Officers of the executive branch are elected at a general election held annually on the second Tues- day of each April. They are the president, vice-presi- dent, secretary, and treasurer. The president is the chief executive and vested in him, besides general executive duties, are special powers of appointment and the veto which may be exercised over the legislative branch. The primary function of the vice- president is to preside over the legislative branch. In addition to his general duties, the secretary acts as clerk of both the legislative and judicial branches. It is the duty of the treasurer to handle all monies and disbursements of the organization. Uni-zfersify of Richmoml ' LAW" SCHOOL Che fudenf Kar The Student Bar is divided into three judicial cir- cuits. The circuits are obtained by an alphabetical division of the students. All students whose names begin with any letter A through G are in the First Circuit, those of H through O are in the Second, and the P's through Z's comprise the Third Circuit. Each circuit elects two representatives. All six representa- tives become members of the Council which func- tions as the legislative branch of the government. It is the Council which has general charge of the ad- ministration of Student Bar affairs. I Constituting the judicial branch of the governing body is the Honor Court. The president of the Stu- -dent Bar appoints five members to the Court, such appointments being subject to confirmation of the Council. The Court elects one of its members to be Chief justice. It has power to try all cases involving violations of the Canons of Student Ethics and to declare unconstitutional any laws passed by the Coun- cil found to be repugnant to the constitution. Significant in making Law School activities an integral part of activities of the entire University student body are Student Bar contributions to the three University publications. These contributions are handled by the Publications Committee composed of three students who serve as the Law School editors of The Collegian, The Me5.fenge1f', and The Weh, respectively. l OTHER OFFICERS. Charles A. Blanton, II, recrelfzryj Mercer White, vice pre.fidemf,' Hugh A. West, 'treasurer. LZKIQI LAIV SCHOOL Ewrmfil COUNCIL. Left to right: Willard Moodyg H. Clyde Pearsong john C. Gayleg Mercer White, vice pvmiafefzt and praricling ojfcerg Ray C. Norvellg Walter L. Giveng Gus Win- chester. UM rp? If jg ji 'F- g irl 1 ' I I? e.l- f R C HONOR COURT. Left to right: justice james Nunleyg justice Richard Catlettg Chief justice Richard Ryderg justice Robert Travisg Justice Kenneth Wilhoit. .Wirblfraiiviw r60l!6"'fMl7Ifff56 PUBLICATION COMMITTEE. Left to 1'igbl:Tivis Wickerg Richard Smouseg George Anderson. 9-ZIYX-J THE 1952 IVEB Sl'3N.fO.l'-1 CLASS JAMES H. BARNES Richmond, Virginia Bncbel 01' of Lzzwr .: University of Richmondg McNeill Law Societyg Virginia Bar. PHILIP BARNEY Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Lawf University of Richmondg Phi Alpha Delta. SIDNEY LEON BERZ Richmond, Virginia Brnrlzelm' of Law! B.A., University of Richmondg Phi Alpha Deltag Phi Alpha. CHARLES A. BLANTON, II Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Lzrwr B.A., Hampden-Sydney Collegeg Phi Alpha Deltag Omicron Delta Kappag Kappa Sigmag Student Bar Secretary. .6 iw J -H -NZA c L A 5 S o 21 1 9 5 2 LJ M-ffmelfee-'ifd--f r RICHARD H. CATLETT, JR. Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Lmuf B.S., Virginia Military Instituteg Phi Alpha Deltag McNeill Law Society, Vice Chancellorg Honor Court. GEORGE M. CONNELL, JR. Richmond, Virginia Certiimze of Proficiency Phi Alpha Delta. KENNETH M. COVINGTON Ridgeway, Virginia Bachelor of Lauri I Blueheld Collegeg Student Bar Councilg Virginia Bar. JAMES A. DANRIDGE Richmond, Virginia - Bm-below' of Law.: University of Richmondg Phi Alpha Deltag Student Bar Council. . ' -YE I-ET T' 'Ll 1-L -f3."'Af"' lhfiiifpil - zmv ' - :lz?fD . 'Y , ir 351 1: "-"-,:---....r .f-..-4--g .ff- Uazifversiiy of Ricbffzofzd L-ffl 95 LA W' 5 CH O QL ee --We A fe:--frffl- Tw c L A sv 5 0 rv I ROBERT L. HICKS, JR. Richmond, Virginia 13 6ll'l7El01' of Lawr Richmond Professional Instituteg Phi Alpha Delta. MEREDITH A. HOUSE Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Lamar University of Richmondg Delta Theta Phi, Deang Phi Gamma Deltag Collegian, Law School Editorg Publicity Committee, Inter- fraternity Councilg Virginia Bar. JACK O. KINGSLEY Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Lauar Richmond Professional Instituteg Delta Theta Phig McNeill Law Societyg Virginia Bar. WILLIAM EDWARD LAND A Danville, Virginia ff'l'5.s Bnrbelav' of Lnwr l ll'-lfllkfollegge of Williiirlu and Maryg Phi Alpha Deltag Theta I HI' .31-Q. ,far-,f Alpha Phig Kappa Alpha. , . D W Af: fg.kl,T.fl.,b" C. ...V 4' 94l7k..,v JERRY E. DISHNER Gate City, Virginia Bfzrbelor of Lauer University of Richmond. J. ALBERT ELLETT Roanoke, Virginia Bfzrbelnr of Lamr B.S., University of Virginiag Phi Alpha Deltag Alpha Kappa Psig Pi Kappa Alphag Interfraternity Council, Secretary-Treasurer. an WILLIAM I. FLESHER Huntington, West Virginia Bachelor of Launr B.A., Marshall College, 'Phi Alpha Delta, Clerkg McNeill I.aw Societyg Phi Tau Alpha. WILLIAM M. HARRIS Norfolk, Virginia B nrbel or of Laws College of William and Maryg Phi Alpha Delta, justiceg Inter- fraternity Councilg Virginia Bar. 9 5 2 -fair -LL . .- ILLLL L L. THE 1952 IVEB m-mw--f-- J. Q A l S I c L A 5 S 0 If 1 9 5 2 WILLARD J. MOODY Portsmouth, Virginia E ' Bachelor of Laws College of Williani and Maryg Delta Theta Phi, Vice Deang Student Bar Councilg Student Lihrariang Virginia Bar. RAY C. NORVELL Valdosta, Georgia Bachelor of Lfrwr Emory Collegeg Phi Alpha Deltag Student Bar Council. JAMES E. NUNLEY Cromona, Kentucky Bachelor of Lrruu Union Collegeg Delta Theta Phig Honor Court. WAVERLY E. NUNNALLY Richmond, Virginia Bafbelor of Luwr Richmond Professional Instituteg Virginia Bar. U7ZiU67'.Vif.jl of Richflrofzrii SENIOR CLASS JESSE OWEN LINDLEY Guilford College, North Carolin Birclaelor' of Lawn' El Guilford Collegeg Delta Theta Phi. JAMES M. LUMPKIN Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Lniwr University of Virginiag Phi Alpha Delta, Marshallg McNeill Law Societyg Phi Delta Thetag Student Bar Councilg Virginia Bar. ARTHUR A. MCDONALD, JR. Durham, North Carolina Bachelor of Lzrwr B.A., University of North Carolinag Duke Law Schoolg Phi Alpha Delta. C. WHITLOW MILES Riner, Virginia Brlvhel 01' 0 f Luwr University of Richmondg Delta Theta Phig McNeill Law Society Virginia Bar. L-!il95 L ,fl ll" S C 2' ei' O O L JESSE R. OVERSTREET, JR. Halifax, Virginia Burbelor of Lfzzux University of Virginiag Delta Theta Phi. HENRY CLYDE PEARSON Jonesville, Virginia Bachelor af Lazur Union College, Delta Theta Phi, Tribuneg Student Bar Councilg Virginia Bar. LOUIS S. PENDLETON, JR. Cuckoo, Virginia Bachelor of Law! B.S., University of Marylandg Phi Alpha Deltag McNeill Law Societyg Alpha Zeta, Alpha Gamma Rho. LAWRENCE REDDING, III Richmond, Virginia B fzrbelor of Laws B.S., University of Pittsburghg Delta Theta Phi, Deang McNeill l Law Society, Phi Delta Theta. fa: -ef ref 4 .fe 'aqui crass OF 1952 - J 4 'TJ' FRANK REJEVICH Shamo-kin, Pennsylvania Bachelor of Lzmxt Lycoming Collegeg Phi Alpha Deltag Virginia Bar. RICHARD R. RYDER Richmond, Virginia Bfzclaelor 0fLlI1l.'J' Guilford Collegeg Phi Alpha Deltag Honor Court, Chief justice, Virginia Bar. HARRY SHAIA, JR. Richmond, Virginia Brzclaelw' of Lczzw University of Virginia, Phi Alpha Delta. WILLIAM M. SLOAN Charleston, West Virginia Bachelor of Law! B.A., West Virginia Universityg Delta Theta Phig Sigma Phi ' Epsilon, Interfraternity Council, Social Committee. 96ygJ THE 1952 Wea SENIOR CLASS' PAUL RAYMOND STONE, JR. Martinsville, Virginia Bachelor of Lauri Duke University. ' JAMES A. TAYLOR, III Fayetteville, West Virginia Bachelor of Lrrwr Marshall College, Phi Alpha Deltag Virginia Bar. DONALD R. TPIOMPSON Richmond, Virginia Bachelor' of Luzvr A.B., Duke Universityg Phi Alpha Deltag McNeill Law Society, Chancellorg Tau Kappa Alphag Tbe Marrezzger, Law School Editor. ROBERT A. TRAVIS Richmond, Virginia Cerlifmle of Prohciezzcy Phi Alpha Deltag Honor Court. ee- - e ff-CLASSOF1952--are-ees ef ASHTON C. WALTON, JR. Richmond, Virginia Bfzclaelor of Lawi- Virginia Polytechnic Instituteg Phi Alpha Delta, Treasurer. CLYDE MORTON WEAVER Moundsville, West Virginia Buclaelor of Lnufr West Virginia Universityg Delta Theta Phig Sigma Nu. ARCHIE OWENS WELLS Richmond, Virginia Baclyelor of Lazw' B.S., University of Richmondg Phi Alpha Deltag McNeill Law Societyg Social Committeeg Virginia Bar, JOHN MERCER WHITE, JR. Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Luwr B.A., Duke Universityg Delta Theta Phig Kappa Alphag Student Bar, Vice President, Treasurer. iwuiffn nf -.1 , l9f,llr.r9 L, U, ' L ffl my U'71il!67"5ilJf of Richmond 'CJK 97 LAIV SCHOOL KENNETH S. WILHOIT Richmond, Virginia Barbflar of Law! University of Richmond, Delta Theta Phig Honor Court, Vir ginia Bar. JAMES B. WILKINSON Richmond, Virginia Barbelor of Law: Virginia Bar. ' MARSHALL HOWARD WOOD .N Richmond, Virginia N Bachelor of Lauzr Richmond Professional Institute, Phi Alpha Delta, Virginia Bar. CLASS OF 1952 Zfiafaras llaaaailaala 301' Sfallaufiaa ,flfleazlwrs af Graaaafiaa Mass: CHARLES H. BEALE, JR. DORMAN T. HALL Hague, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Barbelor of Law! Barlaelor of Lauflr B.S., Hampden-Sidney Collegeg Virginia Bar. University of Richmond, Phi Alpha Delta. JOHN M. CARTER JOSEPH R- JOHNSON, JR- Richmondy Virginia Richmond, Virginia Bwbelor 0 Law-I Bachelor of Lazur . ,- - , - B.A., University of Richmond, McNeill Law Society, Chancel- B.A., University of Richmond, Phi Alpha Delta. lor of the Exchequel-S Virginia BM' JOHN C. GAYLE ELMER NOCHTA i g ,f,3,Qff9Qv Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Virginia firpifxq Bachelor gf L,,w,,- Barbelor of Lawr 3 0 University of Virginiag Phi Alpha Delta. B.S., Pennsylvania State Teachers College, Phi Alpha Delta. Qspyio THE 1952 WEB Richmond Professional Instituteg Phi Alpha Delta, Vice Justice, MQ f , 1 M y .uf F I A ' 1 ':' is 1 5 A n 'iii 1, , . f Fffg ,, ' ,:iE?z, 1 W J K., X gs ,mm "- ,M 1 ' , F ws'-H .. 1 ,pn ,zfel P Tx .iw V W Wm,- X 5 LAW' SCHOOL ' "" -TTIII I IMII III RSV' II III I S. ' ' . J E' .M ' f 5560144 Jfszlr LAIIJ A I JJJJ 'W .,,: EDDIE CANTOR : j -d JACK R. CLANTON ,.. 5 " ff I L 12 75 ff :-:, 'I , 'A II CRAWLEY C. CONNELLY, JR . ' ' 3 ,, ri? . .12 9 -1-A CLARENCE T. CUNNINGHAM, JR. JAMES M. DUGGAR HARRISON C. EACHO, JR WW A 11 J I J.. . II 'R -,'-' A gg ' II Ii II I U ' ' . . , W WILLARD R. FINNEY 3. 3.1. gin' 5' I -3 if K:4f35I.j,,.Q2..:..I. f J I 3. L. WALTER GIVEN 24 L- I. A If J 'x J W V, ' I J WILLIAM H, MARTIN, JR. :i'II1f5V . I' AA :-: -. ,I II II O I 1 if., I --ff , 4 , ' " xII CLASS OF1953 JACK A. MOODY I WILLIAM A. OLD EU' TRUMAN L. SAYRE J CHARLES SKOMSKI 'Q-U RICHARD R. SMOUSE I KENNETH W. TURNER J J A -I HUGH A. WEST J. TIVIS WICICER J I CHARLES H. WINBERG HAROLD E. WOOD, JR. I .. gfq . K AN 100 JCJ THE 1952 WEB I If J A ' .35 -I f V- ' ' N KX IA A , I 1 Hg. 1 ki Q' ?irsf year GEORGE BANISTER ANDERSON PETER N. AIILT LEWIS W. BALLARD WILLIAM B. BOLTON HUDSON BRANHAM ROBERT D. BRUCE ERNEST C. CONSOLVO DOMINICK J. ESPOSITO MILTON O. GROSS FRANK D. HARRIS DANIEL A. KEANE ROLAND B. KELLEY LAW' SCHOOL I 5 I I 2 , 'EN Q I I ' IIVIIZ6-1 KW' - Lu J I W1 f , I I, I K I. . I I 5- I N' - . -- III I IIII I f-f' ,.. I I ' III I IIIIIIIEII-.:I, I- In ,IIII III I - I -' vw- I - f fm in I 'I I II, ci ggvm-MII I I' -I I-.1-I.I.I.a-GI . - I ' - I I. III . .V-I-.II . I I-II 5 I I ...LL .-..I ..,,Iw . I 1. - .f:-.II 'z I . I ..I- I I Emu ,I -,..I I . I. . I- .-. I , L FP " SE q II. I Iva X I IIIH II S 1 I If III II S If E I I gig, I III . I, I - L ' A35 ,fi 'SI W f .1 X ,A MK I Jw 'in P 1555! 'IIII 5 ' I I, -I Q I v F II' d'S'5f II A ff T551 L L, I . I4 " 'I .1 . in I . Q IIII - II v. ' U. I I 0 I I gL. J 1II 5 'SSM I I I ' It I , 1- : IN ' ' -I I: ,, ,WI I X ' E I 'J L I Rf I-,-:IM ,-I My I X I. II I II IQ: LI N MMIII Iii: I-I -E SI III' I IMWNIII IIIMII' H 5' II? I f IIQII 'II I II " J ISI IT lg: ' I A E 165 LIL ICLASS OF1954 ' "I ..I,,.o.m wg, Qc. 1' 2' JAMES B. KELLY HARVEY S. LUTINS WALTER V. MOORE WALTER V. POWELL I H, 'P ' , P' , I A A MILLARD L. RIGNEY, JR. 'TI IIII -. Gi I I I ' I ' I If I I I5 I- , I 5 I X j k S1 qw ELIZABETH B. RODGERS ... I if I I CHARLES P. ROSNER r r ' ., , -I., MII! I . V' 'X E: A fx ' ' I X MARGARET S. ROYALL I, I -N 1 X ,DI X I, g J II. 5' I4 I in LH-,, ' " 1' 7 :I ' ' 5 I I 1 . L1 If f I -AI 4 I , H I 1'-EI I LUCIUS H. STEPI-IENSON ' i 3 I. I A 4 I I A I, X' .... I5 Of Z9 WILLIAM S. SULLIVAN I " I - I I V. I' I 75' . I I Q I I DANIEL F.TERRY I ' if FIV.: P 311-'II-I ff' -fn: I I Sf E ?-2 "5 'Q ' I 4 I, V .fi If U7If'Zf'61'5i'fJf of Richmond L21 101 LAIV SCHOOL Dalia Chem Phi GFFICERS LAWRENCE J. REDDING, III ........... .... D erm TRUMAN L. SAYRE ........ ............ T ribzme '57 WILLIAM H. MARTIN, JR .... ........... V ice Deniz KENNETH W. WILHOIT .... . . . Clerk of the Excbegzzer WILLARD R. PINNEY ..... ..... C lerle of the Rolls Pm, y JESSE R. OVERSTREET, JR. . . . . . . Maurer of we Rimal MRS' L J' REDDING, IH HAROLD E. WooD, JR. . . ............ Bfiilij 5p0,1,f0,- 1 Ma-aa DELTA THETA PHI. Left to rigbl, top raw: Jerry E. Dishner, Meredith A. House, Jack O. Kingsley, Jesse O. Lindley, Jr., C. Whitlow Miles, Willard J. Moody, James E. Nunley, Jesse R. Overstreet, Jr., H. Clyde Pearson. Second row: Law- rence J. Redding, III, William M. Sloan, Clyde N. Weaver, Mercer White, Jr., Kenneth S. Wilhoit, George B. Anderson, Hudson Branham, Ernest Consolvog Clarence T. Cunningham, Jr. Third row: James M. Duggar, Willard R. Finney, Frank D. Harris, Daniel Keane, Roland Kelley, William H. Martin, Jr., Jack A. Moody, Walter Powell, Millard L. Rigney, Jr. Pom-th row: Truman L. Sayre, Charles Skomski, Lucius H. Stephenson, William S. Sullivan, Hugh A. West, Charles H. Winberg, Harold Wood, Jr. Not .rbozwzx William Bolton, Dominick Esposito, Jacob H. Kelly, IH. DELTA THETA PHI has three founding dates cor- responding to the beginnings of three fraternities which later amalgamated as Delta Theta Phi in 1915. It was founded as Delta Phi Delta, Alpha Kappa Phi, and Theta Lambda Phi. Delta Theta Phi has eighty-one chapters and a membership of 29,552. Thomas Jefferson Student Senate was founded at the University of Richmond School of Law in 1911. 102 yy? .- V, 'V FACULTY MEMBERS DEAN WILLIAM T. MUSE PROFESSOR JAMES H. BARNETT, JR. PROFESSOR WILLIAM S. CUDLIPP, JR. MR. JAMES W. PAYNE, JR. THE 19521171513 FRATERNITIES Phi Alpha elm I OFFICERS WILLIAM M. HARRIS ............... .,... j urtice JAMES B. WILKINSON . . . . . . Vice jzurice WILLIAM I. FLESHER .... ..... C Zark ASHTON C. WALTON . . . . . . T1'e:rIzz1'e1' MRS-WILLIAM M. HARRIS RICHARD R. RYDER .... .... 2 Vlmwhfzl 5f'0"f0" 'S gm l l l Z I5 J .I .c,'.... ,,,, .LL - gil PHI ALPHA DELTA. Lefl lo right, lop row: William M. Harris, Philip Barney, Sidney L. Berzg Charles A. Blanton, II, Richard H. Catlett, jr.g George M. Connel, jr., james A. Dandridgeg joseph A. Ellettg Williain I. Flesher. Semin! row: Richard R. Ryderg Robert L. Hicks, jr. 3 Wil1iaIII E. Land, james M. Lumpkin, Arthur A. McDonald, jr.g Ray C. Norvellg Lewis S. Pendleton, jr., Frank Rejevichg Harry Shaia, jr. Third row: James A. Taylor, IIIg Donald R. Thompson, Robert A. Travisg Ashton C. Walton, Jr., Archie O. Wellsg james B. Wilkinson, Marshall H. Wood, Crawley C. Connelly, Jr.g William A. Old. Fozzrfb raw: Jack R. Clanton, Charles P. Rosnerg Richard R. Smouseg Kenneth W. Turnerg Tivis Wicker. Patrick Henry Chapter- Founded 1900 I FACULTY MEMBERS PROFESSOR J. WESTWOOD SMITHERS MR. EUGENE W. MCCAUL U7lilf'61'.X'ifJl of Ricbmoncl 41.21 105 LAW SCHOOL Mc' ei!! law Sffckfy MCN 'LL -Xf- MCNEILL LAW SOCIETY. Lefl I0 rigbl, mp row: James H. Barnesg Richard H. Catlett, Jr., William I. Flesher, Jack O. Kingsley, James M. Lumpking C. Whitlow Miles, Louis S. Pendleton, Jr. Serand row: Lawrence Redding, III, Donald R. Thompsong Archie O. Wellsg Harrison C. Eacho, Jr., Hugh A. West, J. Tivis Wicker. OFFICERS: DONALD R. THOMPSON, Clmncellor RICHARD H. CATLETT, JR., Vice-Chancellor JOSEPH R. JOHNSON, JR., C hzmcell 01' of the Exchequer JAMES XV. PAYNE, JR., Faculty Ad1fi.f01' FOUNDED IN 1953 and named in honor of Dr. Walter Scott McNeill, for many years a beloved pro- fessor of this law school, the McNeill Law Society has continued to offer recognition of scholarship in legal studies and to afford a forum for the discussion of legal problems. In addition to the traditional appellate-court argu- ments of moot cases, interest in and opportunity for extracurricular legal research has been encouraged by a greater emphasis on the production of original papers on significant legal problems and the prepa- ration of comprehensive analyses of recent important decisions by both the English and American courts. 104 JYKJ These papers are read before the society by their authors and are then discussed by the group as a whole. To supplement the work of the student members themselves, the society has adopted a policy of in- viting at least one outstanding attorney or jurist each year to speak before the group on a topic of out- standing interest in the field of law. The constant guidance and counsel of Mr. James W. Payne, Jr., who served as faculty advisor, has been augmented by the generous assistance and un- flagging interest of Dean William T. Muse and Pro- fessor James H. Barnett, Jr. TI-IE1952 IVEB ww . , H 1 ,, h If 3 .MQ , Q., 1: 1 fs. P37515 u 1 gzi- H ,w , 1, H w ,7- w - P' our , , 1 f : . ' s 1 Sclmzfl af Kusiness "Alma Mater, Gracious Name, We, Thy Children, Praisej' xiwff QW - , V' '- '-wx wr fs, .,, JL "QM ,Qty 'Q , 1 H Q ss WWKWQ NRM fx 'w 2' n ,AM ' X , MR Exim: .. V V ,-,su ' 4 -S' rw sw.-M... .',x,.w,.M . vu.,-Y My B . X '38 A W V. A 12 1 x W 'vvvvm -as :f'-- J?"'W"l'w vu. f.--- ,. ,- sy I ,., K . .. 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BUSINESS SCHOOL Srafuuitl of Qu XWILLIAM WHEELER Preriderzl THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION of the School of Business Administration assumed as its objectives the increasing of school spirit, -the improv- ing of student-faculty relations, and the promoting of the honor system. Striving for the common good of the institution, the Association worked with the other student governments of the University in order to bring about cooperation and efficiency among the various student organizations. Throughout the year, the operation of the Asso- ciation was greatly facilitated by the cooperation and understanding of the student body and the Univer- sity authorities. The students, who were urged to express their ideas for campus improvements by use of the suggestion box system, aided the Student Gov- ernment by presenting many worthy suggestions. The Constitution of the Student Government As- sociation underwent study and revision in order to make it more workable. Several changes in this docu- ment were presented to the student body and were approved at election time. During this third year of its operation, the Asso- ciation participated in the opening of the new Stu- dent Activities Building and the formation of its governing board. BUSINESS SCHOOL SENATE. Left to right: Don Burnett, jr., flair refmforg Arthur Reid, yerzaioi'-:if-l:1rge,' Herbert Nichols part lr'eai'm'er,' jim Beck, vice p1'eri:le1zl,' Forrest Persons, par! Jec1'elm'y,' Ted Adams, refmfoi'-fit-lfzrge,' Bill Carter, Ir., flair 567111 lor. N at J'h01U77.' Bob Hudgins, p1'e.re72t X1'ef1Jzn'er,' Ralph Martin, prerexzf 5ec1'eI'm'y. 108 Dky Tl-112.1952 lf lb STUDENT GOVERNMENT BUSINESS SCHOOL HONOR COUNCIL. Left to right: Ronnie Davisg jim Seitherg Roy Cayton, flmi1'1mm,' Newton Fowler, rec1'eta1'y,' Dick Anthony. T J' ffl H ,t Sirrrwfuf ,frfyfiy Jtrrwrrtr' Unimrn THE PURPOSE of our Honor System is to instill in the students high ideals of honorg that is, a sense of what is right, just, and true. However this has only been made possible through the full cooperation of the student body. I The Honor Council is the speaking voice of our Ufzizferxify of Ricbmovzci Honor System. The members of the Council are ex- pected to take the initiative in inculcating a feeling for the Honor Code into all students of the School of Busmess and ever to uphold the Code by their ex- amples and in their Council work. - This year's chairman was Roy Cayton. vefif 109 U15 ezfzizfr 615155 5229? E- fwiiii W lf: 'X Hi? E ,kv 'ffl ,- x 5 Wg ,Kb 110 Jyxj yi, .. ! , 'E O 5 555114515 O'-H-gl: i 5 T1 I-5 S F1 Q 5 lull , ui Q-1-n-1. xx 5 J SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Lefi to right: Edmonds, Burnett, Moughamian, Currie, Bynum. Senior 615155 Offic5r5 REWEL BYNUM ........ .......... SIMON MOUGHAMIAN ........ ...... G5 . TOM CURRIE ..... .... 7- . . . DON BURNET1' ..... ................. t 1' J .9 WN ' .. ' M V XXX? j Ax . . . . . . . Prefidenz Vice Presidenzf Secrezfary FRANK EDMONDS ........... ll! . . . .... . . . . . ..... T1'e5z5u1'e1' . . . Senator - 5 ll f THE1952 IVEB THEODORE F. ADAMS, JR. Richmond, Virginia B .S ., Mnmzgenzeazz Phi Gamma Delta, llV!Jo'.r llVbo,' Senator-At-LargCZ Transfer from Mars Hill College, Head Cheerleader, S.A.M., B.S.UQ, Religious Emphasis Week, Chairman, Professional Fraternity. JOHN M. ALDERSON, IV Alderson, West Virginia BS., M!l1',69liIl,Q Kappa Sigma, Dean's List, Professional Fraternity. RICHARD M. ANTHONY Patrick Springs, Virginia B.S., Ilflmfaelizzg Lambda Chi Alpha, President, Honor Council, Student Party, Chairman, Interfraternity Council, Harlequin Club, Student Government, Secretary. THOMAS S. ARMISTEAD, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.S., Filitlilfe Phi Delta Theta, Transfer from Washington and Lee, S.A.M. SENIOR CLA SS -- -M:-if c L fi is S 0 F 1 9 5 2 -- Ul1flff2r.s'ilQy of .I-Iicbvzlwzd JAMES CLIFTON ATKINS Hampton, Virginia B.S., Accounting JAMES E. BECK Richmond, Virginia B.S., Acromzlilzg Phi Gamma Delta, Treasurer, Omicron Delta Kappa, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Junior Class, Vice President, S.A.M., President,'Varsity Tennis, Intramurals, Glee Club, Professional Fraternity, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Newman Club, Treas- urer, President, Student Government, Vice President. MALCOLM KEITH BLACKWELL Richmond, Virginia B.S'., MilI'kEfil!g Dean's List, Transfer from U. S. Military Academy, American Meteorological Society, Professional Fraternity, ALAN L. BLOCH Woodmere, New York B.S.,Mn1'leeli11g r Y. Phi Alpha, Treasurer, Intramurals, Hillel Fc751'.i1tcl:itifJn.,4, Y-1' 0 xdfig' tg " ox U2 W., 3.31, . Clif 111 BUSINESS SCHOOL ALLAN SELIG BLOOM Richmond, Virginia B.S., Marketing Intramurals, R.O.T.C. Transportation Corps, Transportation Corps Rifle Team, Religious Activities Council, Band, Hillel Foundation, President, Professional Fraternity, LaSANDA BOWEN Richmond, Virginia B,S., Mmmgemenl Transfer from College of William and Mary, Intramurals. RAY L. BREEDEN, JR. Roanoke, Virginia B.S., Perrwmel Relrzlionr Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary, Freshman Football, Basketball, Track, Intramurals, WEB Staff, Art Editor. DONALD G. BURNETT Wellsville, Virginia B .S ., Mmzagemezzz Pi Kappa Alpha, Senior Class, Senator, Varsity Baseball, Intra- murals, Professional Fraternity. H a -.- eefCLASS or 1952f--A ae ef REWEL ALONZO BYNUM Chase City, Virginia B.S., Nlrzrkelifzg Pi Kappa Alpha, President, Treasurer, Senior Class, President, lIVbo'r IlVbo,' Student Party, Chairman, Intramurals, Harlequin Club, Interfraternity Council, S.A.M. ROY SPENCER CAYTON Richmond, Virginia B.S., Arromztizzg Phi Kappa Sigma, ll7l70I,f lIVb0,' Dean's List, Presidents Advi- sory Council, Honor Council, Chairman. RUSSELL L. CHEATHAM, JR. Richmond, Virginia 13.5 ., Marketing Kappa Sigma, Varsity Basketball, Baseball. JULIAN W. CLARKSON Richmond, Virginia B.S., Mfrrlaelizzg Tilgdl Chi, Professional Fraternity. if :iff 112 ykj Tara 1952 'Waa- SENIOR CLASS ,QL f DONALD B. CODDINGTON Martinsville, Virginia B.S., Finance Professional Fraternity. ESTON E. COSBY, JR. Midlothian, Virginia B.S., Arrozzmifzg Treasurer. JOHN WILLIAM CHANDLER Richmond, Virginia B .S ., Mll7ZdgB7lZEII1 ALVIN E. CUNNINGI-IAM Richmond, Virginia B ,S ., Blzrirzerr Ecwzomicr Phi Delta Thetag Dean's List, Professional Fraternity. --N-me -PM--A-are f-e- eWfi---v-w- -:CLASS or 1952? M- gee---MEL-e - X THOMAS R. CURRIE Virginia Beach, Virginia B .5 ., Markeziug Theta Chi, Dean's Listg Senior Class, Treasurerg Intramurals, Mu Sigma Rho, Presidentg Forensic Councilg B.S.U. F. ALAN DULANEY Winchester, Virginia B.S., Armmztifzg Phi Beta Kappag Dean's Listg Intermediate I-Ionorsg S.A.M., Secretaryg WEB Staffg Collegian Staffg Y.M.C.A.g Carmera Club. FRANKLIN S. EDMONDS Accoinac, Virginia B..S'., Ivlurkefilzg Kappa Alpha Orclerg Dean's Listg Intermediate Honorsg Senior Class, Secretaryg junior Class, Senator, Sophomore Class, Vice Presidentg Orientation Committee, WEB Staff, S.A.M.g Collegimz Staffg Interfraternity Councilg Harlequin Clubg Professional Fraternity. RICHARD I. FLORIN Woodiliere, New York BS., M:1r'keli11g Phi Alphag Athletic Council Representativeg Transfer from Uni- versity of Floridag Intramuralsg Hillel Foundation. Ufzi-zfersily of Ricbnzowzd CJK 115 gr - A A , Dean's List, S.A.M.g Wesley Foundationg Professional Fraternity, BUSINESS SCHOOL -Q Q. A NEWTON OLIVER FOWLER, JR. Mount Airy, North Carolina n B.S., Md7'kEliIZg Phi Kappa Sigma, Honor Council, Secretary, Transfer from Lees McRae College, Varsity Footballg Professional Fraternity. ANDREW GARNETT Richmond, Virginia B.S., Mrzfleelirzg ROBERT SAUNDERS GOOCH Richmond, Virginia B.S., Arcofmiing ROBERT GOLLWITZER Beloit, Wisconsin B .S ., Mrzrkezing Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Transfer from University of Wisconsin, S.A.M.g Glee Club, B.S.U.g Philologian Literary Societyg Professional Fraternity. W -fm C L A S S o is 1 9 5 2 -'-efe1-:e- A A fe e C. STOKES GOODRICH i Richmond, Virginia B.S., Mmmgemenl Kappa Alpha Order, Transfer from Vanderbilt, Intramurals, WEB Staff, Editor Business School. ROBERT W. HUDGIN S Danville, Virginia B.S., Mfmfzgemeni Phi Kappa Sigma, Transfer from Virginia Polytechnic Instituteg Intramurals. JOHN F. HURD, JR. Welch, West Virginia B.S., Ml!1'f66lil2g Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Pig Transfer from Concord College. CO'LEMAN JOHNSON, JR. ' Richmond, Virginia P B.S., Murlzelifzg Professional Fraternity. llmkd, THE1952 WEB HERVEY S. JONES Clifton Forge, Virginia B..S'., Perromzel Relaziwu Theta Chi, Honor Council, Y.M.C.A., Vice Pr CHARLES H. KELLY Crewe, Virginia B.S., MlII'kElilI,Q Varsity Football, Baseball, Intramurals. MILTON E. LEONARD, JR. Richmond, Virginia B .S ., Zvlmzngement Phi Delta Theta, S.A.M. HOWELL S. LEWIS Hampton, Virginia B.S., Accoznzling SENIOR CLASS esident. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, B.S.U., Y.M.C,A., Varsity Baseball, Intramurals. -- ----A we :CLASS OF 1952-of P - - grg- if "'Z"'r"m'1- I.!11iz1e1'.fify of Rich 711 0116! l I l JAMES M. MACKEY, JR. Hilton Village, Virginia B.S., Md7'k?lfHg Glee Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Transfer from Lynchburg College, Club, Intramurals. CURTIS RALPH MARTIN Richmond, Virginia B.S., llflmzfzgewzezzi Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Comptroller, Dean's S.A.M., Band, Interfraternity Council, Harlequin Club List, g Pro- fessional Fraternityg Student Government, Secretary. B. S. MARTIN Richmond, Virginia 13.5 ., Bll,l'ilZ6.fI Ad7lZiIli.flf!lli0ll Phi Delta Theta, President, Pledge Master, Harlequin Club, Interfraternity Council, Freshman Track. RICHARD NEILSON MOSELEY, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.5'., Pefzromzel Relnlianf Phi Delta Theta, Secretary, Treasurer, Pledge Master, Junior Class, Senator, Representative Board of Publications, Secretary, S.A.M., Planning Committee, Matriculation Committee, WEB Staff. Underclass Editor, Senior Class Editor, Gle C. Mitchell Forensic Society, Intramurals, Orientafiogv -QI? . . Lili 115 BUSINESS SCHOOL SIMON MOUGHAMIAN, JR. ' Richmond, Virginia B.S,, Arcoznzfizzg Omicron Delta Kappag lDean's Listg Intermediate Honorsg IIVb0'r bf bog Senior Class, Vice Presidentg junior Class, Treasurer' Varsity Basketball, Captaing Varsity Baseballg Varsity Club' Professional Fraternity. HERBERT EDWARD NICHOLS Richmond, Virginia B.S., Bnrinerr Erwzomicr Theta Chi, Social Chairmang Student Government, Treasurer. WILLIAM EMIL NOBLE, JR. Haddon Heights, New jersey B.S., Mclrkelifzg Kappa Sigmag Varsity Tennisg Freshman Footballg Professional , Fraternity. J. DONALD PARCELL Bluefield, West Virginia B.S., Markeliizg Kappa Sigma, Dean's Listg S.A.M.g Transfer from U. S. Naval Academy and Randolph-Macon Collegeg Intramurals. -I -Y I- ee -ee-- S S 0 If I9 S 2 be R. FOREST PERSON Quantico, Virginia I B .S . Accoznziing Pi Kappa Alpha, Presiclentg Dean's Listg junior Class, Secre- taryg Student Government, Secretaryg Football Managerg Intra- muralsg Professional Fraternity, Chairmang Harlequin Clubg In- terfraternity Council. G. ELLIS REDEORD, III Richmond, Virginia B.S., Mfzrkelivzg Varsity Basketball and Baseballg Varsity Club. ELMER L. REHBERG Richmond, Virginia B .S ., Marlzeling , l ARTHUR GEORGE REID , Ramsey, New jersey B .S ., Accomzzizzg Phi Kappa Sigmag Senator-At-Largeg Transfer from Lees McRae Collegeg Varsity Football and Baseballg Varsity Clubg Profes- sional Fraternity. Fei- I' 116 yan, THE 1952 IVEB SENIOR CLASS X, 5-jf LEONARD W. SAUN-DERSX J Norfolk, Virginia Q" B.S., Marketing 3 Transfer from Wasllington and Leeg Intramu iiRfr:1l Fraternity. ,, I K JAMES F. SEITHER, JR. Palmyra, New Jersey B .S ., Mmzeelizzg Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Song Leader, Chapling Honor Council Varsity Football and Track, Intramurals. HARRY SAYRE STONE Richmond, Virginia B.S., Ma1',6eling Kappa Alpha Orderg Transfer from Hampden-Sydneyg Intra murals, Professional Fraternity. JAMES WILLIAM TEABO, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.S., Arrounlilzg Phi Delta Theta, S.A.M.g Canterbury Club. fe - - --- - ---------- C L fi S S 0 rr 19 5 2 e ---W - KENNETH ALLEN TOBIAS Richmond, Virginia B.S., Markezing Pi Kappa Alpha, Dean's Listg Intermediate Honorsg Transfer from Miami Universityg S.A.M.g Professional Fraternity, Presi- dent. GEORGE RICHMOND TROTTER Clarksville, Virginia B.S,, M:z1'kelif1,q Theta Chi, Treasurerg Intramurals, Mu Sigma Rho, Presidentg Forensic Council, Secretary, Treasurer, Band, Secretary, Treas- urer, B.S.U. JOSEPH B. VADEN, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.S., Ivlmueelirzg ROBERT WAYNE WALKER Altavista, Virginia B .S ., Nlafzagevzzezzl Lambda Chi Alpha, Dean's Listg Freshman Football and Basket- ball, Intramurals, Y.M.C.A.g B.S.U. Uazi'zfem'iiy of Ricbanmzai 0,21 117 BUSINESS SCHOOL 2 ' l WILLIAM BARON WHEELER skid' Wheeling, West Virginia B .S ., Fizmlzre Kappa Sigma, Grand Master, Grand Master of Ceremonies, Secretary, Omicron Delta Kappa, President, llVho'r lI7bo,' Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Student Government, President, junior Class, President, Sophomore Class, Treasurer, Y.M.C.A., President, Presbyterian Student Forum, Co-Chairman, West- minster Fellowship, Treasurer, S.A.M., Harlequin Club, Inter- fraternity Council, Co-Chairman, Religious Activities Council, Secretary, Philologian Literary Society, Treasurer, WEB Staff, Intramurals, Board of Publications, President's Advisory Coun- cil, Orientation Committee, Phi Beta Kappa. CHRISTIE WHITEMAN, III Richmond, Virginia B .S ., iVlm',6e1i11g Phi Gamma Delta, Transfer from Davidson, Varsity Basketball. HUGH LEON WHITE, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.S., Marketing Professional Fraternity. CLASS OF 118 IYXJ 1952 ee-- GLENN R. WHITMER Radford, Virginia B.S., Mnrkefizzg Kappa Sigma, S.A.M., Varsity Basketball, Intramurals, Harle- quin Club. CHARLES NORMAN WOERNER Union, New Jersey B.S., Marlfefing lVbo'r lI7'bo,' Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice President, Varsity Swim- ming Team, Cross Country Team, Professional Fraternity, Philologian Literary Society, Historian, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Vice President, Secretary, Glee Club, Business Manager, B.S.U., Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association, Orientation Week Committee, Religious Emphasis Week, WEB Staff, Editor-In- Chief, Business Manager. HAROLD D. WRIGHT, JR. Fentress, Virginia B.S., Finance S.A.M., Transfer from Blueheld College, Professional Fraternity, University Choir. Tl-1151952117158 5716 junior Glass I JOHN C. ALSOP DILBON V. BEALL B. G. BEASLEY JOHN E. BEASLEY EDWARD M. BLECHMAN SAMUEL P. CARDWELL WILLIAM J. CARTER CURTIS B. COPELAND RONALD H. DAVIS BILL B. DAWSON FRED J. DEAN, III CARL P. DICKEY MARVIN DOLLIN JAMES M. FRYE, JR. DAVID W. HARTZ I I JUNIOR CLASS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right: Jack Alsop, vice prefidefzg' Jimmy Frye, prefidefzlj Dave Hartz, Ier1'etary,' Marvin Dollin, zfrezzfurer. . . I I. MI ' I--If ,gf . li 45...- 3 Unizfersity of Richmond CJK 119 BUSINESS SCHOOL . " ff' 'I ' ' '-' ' ' CHARLES W. HOWARD, JR. WILLIAM K. HOWELL M. G. KEGLEY DONALD E. MCGUFFIN . ROBERT K. NEALE JOHN E. NYE STUART W. OMOHUNDRO -vc: SAM W. PARKER BYRON D. PETERSON JOHN B. PHILLIPS . g:"f'fs-pgyhe E, N" J E KEN H. RAMSEY JESSE W. REEL DONALD E. RHODES HENRY E. RUBIN NORMAN N. SERWITZ Til CLASS OF 1953 4151... E ! ROBERT S. SOMERS 'W Q HUNTER B. STEWART 1 "' ir DAVID N. TALAMAS 57 WALTER D. T UCKER if JACK J. T URANSY I E -1 W' I ' V I II 222 11 1 111 Q ji AAAI Q1 45: A . 4 5, . 1 J 1 . 7 Q J el, .. E HENRY G. WHITEHORNE, JR. I . I :-: A . GRACE WILLIAMS H JJJJ 111' 1 T ' ti A , I D JERRYC.VVITHER1NGTON - M. ,V 'J ,Q if A J lzl Ezi :EE . ' E WALTER T. WOOD I tw ' ... . T 1.111.WlW. "" 15 :TT vlwi A :" f'1?'1-- l..33W' f .fi IZOSXJJXJ THE 1 952 IVEB Society 902' y Advancement af Management SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCE- MENT OF MANAGEMENT. Left to riglal, reared: Eston Cosby, secre- tm'y,' Roy Cayton, vice pre.ridenz,' Jim Beck, pre.rident,' Prof. Warren, advi- .r0r,' Alan Dulany, trefzrurer. Sland- izzg, jirrzf row: Joe Vadeng Frank Ed- mondsg Don Parcellg Sam Cardwellg Andrew Garnettg Ralph Marting Bill Wheelerg Sam Rayberg. Sermzd raw: Harold Wriglitg Earle Nelsong Ken Tobiasg Glen Whitmerg Ted Adamsg john Chancllerg john Aldersong Bob Gollwitzer. THE SOCIETY for the Advancement of Manage- ment, as a student chapter, is an organization built around a discussion group whose main purpose is to encourage and stimulate interest and understand- ing of the scientific principles of management. Class- room training is supplemented by plant visitations, discussions, conferences, and guest speakers. THE PROFESSIONAL CLUB was organized by a group of business students with the intention of even- tually affiliating with Alpha Kappa Psi, National Professional Business Fraternity. The aims of the group are: QAQ To aid in the development of a professional Ufzizfersiiy of Richmond BUSINESS SCHOOL A student to be eligible for membership must be of a junior or senior class standing, with a 1.35 qual- ity credit average, and be a candidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or a graduate student working for the degree of Master of Science in Business Administration. This year jim Beck served as President. Wrnfessiaaal 611.46 af Business Selina! PROFESSIONAL CLUB. Left lo right, sealed: Eston Cosby, l7'Cd.fZl1'67',' Carl Dickey, vice preridezztg Kenneth Tobias, preridenlg Jesse Reel, refre- mry. Fivzrt row: Kenneth Ramseyg james Seitherg Henry Rubing Ralph Martin, Andrew Garnettg Richard Anthonyg Edward Blechmang Nor- man Serwitzg John Aldersong Norman Woemer. Second row: Robert Hud- ginsg Charles Howard, jr., David Talamasg Coleman Johnstong Mal- colm Blackwellg Hugh White, jr.g Robert Gollwitzerg Sam Parker, John . , . Alsopg Donald Williams. outlook by students of business administra- tion. fBj To obtain the benefits of fraternal relation- ships. QCQ To aid in and promote the future growth and development of the School of Business. -uftf 121 Orgalfzizaficfffzs "Home of Honor, Wortlu and Fame Love we all our days. " mi?" 6 if., F, ' fri ' "5 "' Hy! EH if W -f , . ,.. . . Fw 5 vh- f QL gnfiyggiae ff ORGANIZATIONS PHI BETA KAPPA, national honorary scholastic fraternity, was founded On December 5, 1776, at the College of William and Mary, in Williamsburg, Virginia. Election to this society is a recognition of intellectual capacities well employed, especially in the acquiring of an education in the liberal arts and sciences. Only ten per cent of the graduating class is eligible for election. Student ,Members Sfaculty ,Members JAMES EDWARD BECK JANE AUSTIN CAMLIN KATHLEENE ANDERSON COOKE BERTHA BRAUER COSBY FANNIE YANCEY CRADDOCK LYNN CALGAR DICKERSON, II NORMAN RICHARD DODL FRANK ALAN DULANEY JAMES EDWARD FLOURNOY PANOS GEORGE GREGORIOU JACQUELINE DENISE JARDINE BETTIE RODGERS JARRETT JULIAN WARD JONES MARILYN MGMURRAY WILLIAM CLYDE MARTIN WILLIAM EDWARD MEADOR SIMON MOUGHAMIAN, JR. JAMES WILLIAM PAYNE ELEANOR LEE PERSONS ANDREW GARNETT RICHARDSON PHILIP JOSEPH SNIDER JANET MABEL STORM JESS HOYT WALTERS GEORGE LUTHER WALKE EDWARD ERNEST WARE WILLIAM BARON WHEELER 124 Jjky C. O. ALLEY, JR. L. P. BALL P. S. ELLIS R. E. GAINES E. W. GREGORY C. J. GRAY W. B. HACKLEY ISABEL HARRIS B. C. HOLTZCLAW MARION B. JEFFRIES MAY L. KELLER F. B. KEY SUSAN M. LOUGH R. E. LOVING R. C. MCDANEL G. M. MODLIN HELEN A. MONSELL E. C. PEPLE R. B. PINCHBECK MARGUERITE ROBERTS GARNETT RYLAND N. W. SKINNER W. F. SNYDER HELEN G. STAFFORD H. P. THOMAS JOSEPHINE J. T UCKER PAULINE T URNEULL THE1952 WEB ORGANIZATIONS MORTAR BOARD. Lefl to right, refzfeal: Desiree Stuart-Alexanderg Barbara Cawthorneg Janet Stormg Harriett Stubbs. Stand- ing: Jackie Jardine g Harriet Willinghanig Barbara Ferreg Helen Wantg Kathleen Cole. ,Marfar Hmm' ONE or THE HrGHEsT HONORS that a Westhamp- ton girl may attain is to be tapped into Mortar Board, a national honor society for senior women. The insignia of the organization is in the form of a mortar board. It is inscribed with IIEA, the initial letters of the Greek words meaning service, scholar- ship, and leadership, the three requisites for the so- ciety. Each year members of the rising senior class are chosen on the basis of their fulfillment of these ideals to comprise the next chapter of Mortar Board. U11ifzf'e1'.vity of Riclvmoml During the '51-'52 academic year, Mortar Board remained active and played a major role in campus activities. It gave, among other things, a tea for transfers as part of its service to the college. The Smarty Party in the spring demonstrated the interes-t the Chapter has taken in sponsoring scholarship. Mortar Board also furthered the ideals of leadership by holding a School for Officers in the late spring. In this Way the Chapter has fulfilled its pledge to service, scholarship, and leadership. all 125 f W," ,e -1 ff! .1 .fn ,Y bi if 'tr fil".l.I mfr r 1 Rf fx' -ill fl: -: -4 ,U -' 1 -I ' V, 2, ,ff A. if-', 7, 4, xy' Lf ,Eff rl Jw iff rl LJ .A ,. f X' A lf 1' r ii.. ii ff if ez: J ,r pl 5' 1" f" il' ffffi ,ay if my ,li KD' MV M? ,Sf My ML ,MW lar fi? oM1cRoN mega KAPPA. Lafi la right, tapfjozzQjJQ1es E. Beckg Lynn C. Dic f rsan?II1aQa Druckmang R. Page H dsE.YgEQdlto1u.' Simon Moughami lil 'MHS 'llnnerg Wil- liam Whee ei gf A- Bahia . Douglas , -Qlark f' f ' l.l' lil fi Fon coNsP1cUoUs ATTAINMENT and service in collegiate activities, Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary leadership fraternity for men, twice year- ly elects its members from the juniors and seniors on the campus who have attained prominence in one and excellence in two of five fields of endeavor: scholarship, leadership, social and religious affairs, athletics, publications and forensics, and dramatics. :iii WHols WHO in American Universities and Col- leges was founded in 1934, and each year approxi- mately 600 American schools are represented in this organization. Eligibility for Who's Who at the Uni- versity of Richmonnd is open to Senior s-tudents whose efforts and ability have been genuinely out- standing and who are enrolled in the school at the 126 JDXJ WW There are also other points considered indispensable for leadership. The purpose of ODK is threefold: first, to recog- nize men who have a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities, second, to bring together the representative meng third, to bring together members of the faculty and student body on a basis of interest and mutual understanding. gi, ji il fi A- Yr,-, 1' i y A' ,v -,xv yi if U U ji il fi fr M Milf rf WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIESKSND coLLEG15s. Left to right, reggfd: Harriet Wfill- inghamg Des'ne4QQIStuart-Alexanderg Iiatluleermym Biarlqarj F532 Bobbie Becknegvigf .lle7n5 W Mig W: clelaide Eicks. X 1g2fffggg,h.lQpLQfmlQQ Q sg Bill Wheeler il Ira4JQr,qblgma,n5 I., n Dick- ersong UQWISRS lF1jfX1'Il4J5t Skinnerg Buster Ijynumpifetlgg ,amp Norman Woerne ,Nl5QQgj7gl'ZfINgge' Hudson 3 Bob Chadwickg Jfohn Browng Roy Caytong Simon ghamiang Warren L g. time of nomination. Members are selected on the basis of: scholarshipg cooperation and leadership in academic and extra- curricular activities g citizenship and service to the schoolg promise of future usefulness to business and society. Nominations and selections to Who's Who are made once a year by a student-faculty committee. T I 9 5 2 'lily I2 li ORGANIZATIONS ID 'G iw-.417 -.-z, .., ws,.L.ef ' 1 fl l 1 f -are ,I l 1 . ?yg ' PI DELTA EPSILON. Left In right, lop raw: Robert Chadwick, p1'efirleiz!,' Kathleen Coleg Grace Collinsg Ann Gibsong Jack Payne, Sammi row: Eleanor Pearsons, 5erre!rzry,' Sue Petersg Frank Skinnerg Nola Texleyg Norman Woerner, zfice preyidefzl. Thin! row: Robert Baylorg Katherine Bealeg Williain Browneg Douglas Clarkg Albert Coates. FOIINA7 row: Virginia I.eSueurg Linwood Matthewsg Andre Nielseng John Nyeg Charles Wiltsluire. Pi elm fpsilvn o P1 DELTA EPSILON, national honorary journalis X--, To qualify for membership a student must have fraternity which was founded at Syracuse Universit Avvgrked at least two years on the staffs of one or in 1909, established a chapter at the University .,n?ore campus publications and have attained a posi. Richmond in 1926 to honor those students who coul Q-lt on of responsibility on at least one. The student live up to the high standards of Pi Delta Epsilon and thu must have also demonstrated a sincere interest in maintain its code in journalistic service. U improving campus journalism. University of Richmond 0,211 127 ORGANIZATIONS Paz alpha PHI ALPHA 7 '1 A. Left za right irJeutE:z'eD1i. 3 flgdisj Francis ro. ra am, 'il ta or g Dr. Al bright. Second zzz: Helen Want, Joy Selbyg I y TL-hghang Barbara Ferre, D' 'iree' art Alexander. Third row: D f I ' Well Flour- Irgof1gBill:fLch V41-ge r Harkiaderg ilCha i Q Y fe ,Fran Fos- ter, Georg 3-V1 'Tdre ielseng Ira Druckman. ' Q1 J' ovrqgzs' ess Waltersg Dick Fitz, er catesg Dr. Mc- BETA MU CHAPTER of Phi Alpha Theta, national honorary history fraternity, was installed at the Uni- versity of Richmond May 16, 1948. It grew out of the attempts of a local history group to become affiliated with a national organization at the begin- ning of World War II. Phi Alpha Theta has eighty- TAU KAPPA ALPHA, honorary forensic fraternity, was founded in 1908 at the University of Indiana for the purpose of honoring those who excel in the fields of discussion, debating and public speaking. The local chapter promotes interest and participation in these activities on this campus and also is represented 128 EXJ two chapters located at leading colleges and univer- sities in the United States and Puerto Rico. Member- ship is open to students who have achieved an aver- age of better than "B" in twelve hours of history and who express an earnest interest in the subject, and to faculty members. Cdl! Kappa Alpha TAU KAPPA AL . Left lo right, 1 top row: - - li v. g Lyn C. ' Dickerson, 'BW-'ez?i',' Page R. Hud- son. Secan au1.'Jr ard ones, W. Q Randolph o :gk x " dams. l l V .. l I at Various tournaments throughout the nation. It served as host to the state Tau Kappa Alpha tourna- ment this spring. Dr. Spencer D. Albright served as sponsor of the chapter. This year's president of Tau Kappa Alpha was Lynn Dickerson. THE 1952 IVEB THE CHI CHAPTER of Sigma Pi Sigma, the only nati-onal honorary physics society, was established at the University of Richmond in 1932. Members are selected from advanced students and graduate stu- dents who have maintained high standards of scholar- ship in physics and from faculty members and alumni who have achieved distinction in the field. Fi C if PI MU EPSIL - Left 10 right, .rt4wdi1zg.' ,Tame u ong Torn Littleg Sydney Phillips, i f Newellg Prof. Alleyg Mr. Williar sg Prof. Keyg Prof. Swaseyg Prof. 'ra -- Dr. Wheeler. Sealed: Bertha qs ' anet johnstong Meadorg fue. .' - ace Collins, .Miz rizfsilau THE MATH CLUB was organized on this campus in 1938 to increase interest in higher mathematics and to cultivate an appreciation for its application in related fields. On November 5, 1948 this Club was chartered as the Virginia Alpha Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, a national honorary mathematics society. Membership is extended to students who have Ullil-'C7'.Vif3! of Richmond! ORa.N,w1ONS Sigma Fi Sigma 9 I , I I X51 The objects of the society are: to serve as a means of honoring those students who have attained high scholarship in physics, to promote student interest in research and advanced study and to promote friendly contacts for its members. This organization sponsors several interesting lec- tures and demonstrations annually. maintained high standards of scholarship in mathe- matics during their first two years. The organization sponsors occasional social func- tions to encourage more intimate relations among its faculty and student members. Each year the chap- ter presents a prize to an outstanding student in freshman and sophomore mathematics. aff! 129 SIGMA r .1 z lo 1-igbz: Willard - s aF"P-- I ' 11' Bill Her- get, vice pr i t' liam Hayes, zreururer' Bo ' , - r. Williainsg James Judson, i f-j',' Prof. Alley. ORGANIZATIONS Hein Hem Kata -al" fi? BETA BE A he--W ef! to righi, Hrrtgowf ' 6 1 ancy Goug- erg ettie "--I U p J. Snider. Second raw f lf? 1 - , 1 o esg I-Lx - F S l riett Stubh sbyg Marviii 5 X ,X it .. --1 1 THE BETA THETA CHAPTER was founded at this University in 1959, as a part of Beta Beta Beta, na- tional honorary society devoted to encouraging high scholarship in the field of biology. Membership is limited to biology majors with outstanding records PSI CHI, National Honorary Society in Psychology, was founded at New Haven, Connecticut, in Septem- ber, 1929. The University of Richmond chapter of Psi Chi was installed in April, 1950. The society of- fers membership to psychology majors and minors who have achieved superior records in psychology and other courses. New members are initiated each 150 jyxm 'H no in biology and above average records in all other courses. This year the chapter's most important project was sponsoring the Biology Departments contribu- tion to the science open house. Psi 6l1i 0 I PSI CH . ftilo fi t' rented: Pro- fessor A. gggl- . E. Carverg Dr. Skirt. dill! than Caplan, Kathleen ,fo n, f- ' sleyg jackie Iz1rdine' m g Edward re. .3 f semester and a banquet is held annually. The pur- pose of Psi Chi is to advance the science of psychol- ogy and to encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholarship of the members. To promote interest in psychology on the campus, Psi Chi sponsors the Psychology Club for interested students from both sides of the lake. 1952 IVIZB H lf li 2-.lr .- fa . i 1 In ,lid Dwi 1 :.- f1.:'.hR5 ill 7'iE-L'Tf51ri7" ll ill U l QI- in .i y, A 1 F 1 2 1 , ., iv . V i i i i M . ii il Il 4 'I li ,nw F l utr .11 ORGANIZATIONS BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS. Left lo right, rented: Gerry Kantnerg Miss Rivenburgg Dean Muse, chfzi1'12zmz,' Dr. Wheeler, h'ef1rzn'e1',' jackie Jardine, Jecreirzry. Sffmzdilzgn' Jack Duggerg Joe Prussackg Frank Skinnerg Bill Wheeler. Mmiftfzrsffy af Klfrifliifrvm' Maw! mf Wimlrrlafrms THE BOARD or PUBLICATIONS determines the policies of the publications of the University of Rich- mond-the Web, the annual, the ivlerrenger, the periodic literary magazine, and the Collegian, the weekly newspaper. The Board, which has been in existence since 1927, consists of two faculty members and one alumnus appointed bythe President of the University-Miss Marjorie Rivenburg, Dr. Charles Wheeler, and Dean William Muse, respectivelyg two members elected from the student body at large for the term of two U72ilf67'.Vffjl of Riclvmmzd years-Gerry Kantner and joe Prussackg and the Presidents of the Student Government Associations of Richmond College-Frank Skinnerg Westhamp- ton College-jackie jardineg Law School-Jack Dug- gerg and Business School-Bill Wheeler. This body approves budgets and bids for printing, photography, and engraving for the campus publica- tions. Each spring it accepts and considers applica- tions for the various positions on the publication staffs. All editors are invited to attend the monthly meetings of the Board. 0,21 131 NORhlAN XYIOIERNIER Eclimrvlxz-Clyief QK g 1 L N NOLA M. TIEXLEY JACK PAYNE GEORCGIE ANDERSON C. STOKES GOODRICH uV6J'l!JLZlIllDll7l7 College Edimr Rifbnzomz' College Ezlilm' Lau' Sclwol Edilor B1rfj11e.u Sflmnl Eclilm' EDITORIAL STAFF. Lefl I0 riglyl, reflfeflf Irbie Brown, znzfle1'vl,1JJ eflilor: Ann Tharpe, f?fIlllI'?J' ezliforg Desiree Stuart Alexander, Je1120r'vla.x'.r eflimr: Fred Bisger, 11rtiz'i!iey ezlilorg Nancy Baumgardner, .fll10!'f.S' eflilar: Clif Warrerm, fzffiriliey edilor Betty Williaxrus, acrizfiljej' ezlilnr: Barbara Wzlrren, 1111ale1'rlf1.v.r eclilor. Sl11mll11g.' jack Fetherston, frnfernily ezlilorx jane Wilson jane Ozling Dick Crowson, pbnm edilor: Mac Shotwellg Betty Montgomeryg Ross Coatcsg Betty Obannong XVHYIIC Gibson Mary Creathg Ward jonesg Katherine Putnumg Joe Prussackg Marion Lzlcyg E. P. Robersong Marcella Hammock. L l ln l Kirfhmond 6011695 and lfusiness Svlzzwl 5dif0rs Senior Class Editor . . . .... DICKVMOSELEY Underclass Editor . . . . . . IRBIE BROWN S CLIF WARREN Activities Editors . . . . . . 2 FRED BISGER S CHARLES TULLOH Fraternity Editors .... . . . Z JACK FETHERSTON S RAYMOND BREEDEN Art Editors . . . . . . 2 REB MORRIS S JOHN NYE Sports Editors .... . . . 2 D-AVE PROPERT Photo Editor . . . . . . Dick CROWSON Wcstlnzmpfou 6al!c'gc Sdifvrs Senior Class Editor. . .DESIREE STUART-ALEXANDER Underclass Editor . . . . . BARBARA WARREN Activities Editor . . . . . . BETTY WILLIAMS Features Editor .... . . . ANN THORPE Art Editor ..... ......... B ERTHA CosBY Sports Editor .... . . . NANCY BAUMGARDNER Photo Editor . . . ..... BEVERLY GILBERT Left: GEORGE ALDHIZER, Bmineipr Mmmger. Right: GRACE COLLINS, lVeJIba17zj2l01z Bzziinzeu Ma1zage1'. WELL, HERE IT Is-your 1952 WEB-many long hours, hard work, much running around, and loss of sleep have gone into this book. We were without an oiice until late spring, which proved to be a decided handicap. The biggest question put up by you stu- dents was: "Is the book coming out on time ?" The "Big Book" is out and you students are the judges as to the merits of the 1952 WEB. We sincerely hope that this edition of our yearbook will always be a collection of those memories which you never wish to forget. It has only been through the cooperation of all members of both staffs that we have been able to assemble the materials and meet those final deadlines and obtain the badly needed dollars to finance the book. We wish to express our thanks to the Student Bodyg the Board of Publicationsg Mr. G. Edmond Ma-ssie, III, of Garrett 8: Massie, printer and pub- lisher, Mr. Wray Selden and staff of Selden Studios, photographers, Mr. L. Roseman and the Royal En- graving Companyg our many advertisers, and all those who offered their time and energy in turning out a bigger and better WEB. For those interested, the following are the thirteen stages in the production of a yearbook: 1. Organiza- tiong 2. Visualization, 3. Disorganizationg 4. Pro- crastinationg 5. Meditation, 6. Mystihcationg 7. Con- sultationg 8. Concentration, 9. Erustrationg 10. Pers- pirationg 11. Damnationg 12. Exultation. 13. Inebria- tion. BUSINESS STAFF: Leff lo right, sented: Charlotte Babbg Hank Lieb, jill Lobachg Bill Mongerg Jerry Sandwigg Tom Markley. Slfznrlivzg: Randolph Young, Gus Jackson. Citi 133 N M 1. wffgeimu W w K ,. 5-,f,,N..N.. , Nm V, gm I ROBERT CHADWICK .E Editor-In-Chief Hfhe orgk. ANNE GIBSON TIVIS WICKER lVeJtbamp1o1z Edilor Law School Editor B iclgmunb inllegian W Qs Lguv MANAGING EDITORS. Left to right: Jeanne Plunkettg Lee Personsg Ned Baylorg Andre 154 KJ Nielson. .XN , jf f 4154 'gi5Wfg"f'f.?W ai' CONSISTENTLY among the top college newspapers in the state, as judged by the Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association, The Rirlwzozzd Collegian offers an outlet for the work of potential journalists, and at the same time, brings "all the news that is newsn to the students and faculty. The long list of awards, including a trophy pre- sented last fall by the Roanoke papers for "excel- lence in news writing and make-up," are the culmi- nation of much effort put forth by the editors, re- porters and business department to give students an informative, attractive news medium of which they could be justly proud. Deadlines were met, headlines made to "fit," and the Collegian went to press each Thursday after- noon. No staffer will soon forget the tiring hours spent at the printshop, when the make-up was done, and lunches, like studies, took a back seat. And all this without an office! It was late spring when the Collegian finally moved into its office in the Student-Alumni Center, and once again calm returned to joe Nettles and his Publicity Oflice, for it was there phone calls were made, proofreading was done, and copy was prepared, as the homeless, but doggedly determined Collegian was readied for pub- lication. WESTHAMPTON STAFF. Lefl 10 ifglvl, ienled. Sue Petersg Addie Eicksg Marianne Shumateg Nancy Baumgard- nerg Kathy Cole, Ginny LeSueurg Sarah Barlow. Simzllings Mary Ann Logan, Mary Ellen Burnsg Betty Kerseyg Sue Sowersg Nola Texleyg Lucy Dearing. l.lllil'6I'.VffJ-' of Kirbmoml ORGANIZATIONS i 5 . JOHN WOOLDRIDGE Bmiuerr Mrzzmger ' Staff ROBERT CHADWICK Ezllmr-liz-Chief ANNE GIBSON ll"e.rlbf1n1p1orz Edilor AL Comes BILL BROWNE Arrirfmzt Edilorr JOHN WOOLDRIDGE Blt.YlIIL'J'J' Mmmger VIRGINIA LESUEUR NED BAYLOR ANDRE Nn2LsEN RC Mmmglfzg Eclimri' ELEANOR PERSONS JEANNE PLUNKETT lI"'C Zlflrrfmgirzg Eflimri' Ci-mntixz WILTSHIRE NANCY BAUMGARDNER Digg F11-Z Sports Edilorr ART DRENIOS SUE PETERS Columazimr Cl1r'lar7rzi.rl Edilmiizl A.l'.l'IlCizIl?.l'.' joy Selby, john Lynch, jill Lobach, Kathleen Cole, Otis Coefield. Joe Prussack, Ward Harkrader, Sam Cooke, Dick Howard, Marvin Dollin, Addie Eicks, Sarah Ann Barlow, Tom Wfheeler. Rejwrfem' june Bostick, Mary Ellen Burns, Beth Carpenter, Jean C. Carter, Lucy Dearing, Alice Gardner, Margaret Glenn, Lou George, Peggy Gilman, Hope Guaraldi, Bettie May Kersey, Lois Moody, Betty Price, Marianne Shumate. Sue Sowers, Nola Texley, Ann Thomason, Methyl Young, Mary Anne Logan, Seeman XXfaranch. jerry Ezekiel, Bill Lilly, Alan Dulaney, Hector Davis, Byron Vincent, Pat Barham, Arnold Hoffman, Clifton Wfarren Morton Brownstein. RICHMOND COLLEGE STAFF, Leff fa rlgbl, .renleds Seaman Waranch, Al Coates, Bill Browne, Art Dreniosg John Dorsey. Slmnlirzg: Joe Prussackg Dick Howard, Spen- cer Albright. ved 'Nfl ORGANIZATIONS .I VIRGINIA LESUEUR I Editor-in-Chief THE UQIGERSITY j V lassangzr H ! gg :ll il 6 ' '::' I .I L- I 2:5 f' IIIIIIIII if I I ' "' AA.- If RICHARD SMOUSE KAY BEALE DOUG CLARK Law Srbool Editor UVeIlbmzzptmz Editor Rirlamwzd College Editor lgwk, THE 1952 WEB ORGANIZATIONS THE MESSENGER, Virginia's oldest college magazine, is pub- E lished five times a year by students from all divisions of the Uni- versity. With an editorial policy of "light enough to be interesting, literary enough to be Worthy, with a slant toward University life," the Me.r.refzge1" attempts to publish the best student-written short stories, humorous articles and poetry in a well made-up attractive form. While the Collegian acts as the eyes and ears of the campus, and the WEB gives an over-all picture of the college year, the Mer- rerzger gives voice to the heart of the University--the creative thoughts of its students. EDITORIAL OFFICERS LINWOOD MATTHEWS X Editor-zrz-Chzef ................... VIRGINIA LESUEUI1 Bmmem Mmmgw, Ricbmoml College Editor ..... . . . DOUGLAS CLARK Wertbarrzplovz College Editor .... ......... K AY BEALE Law School Editor ........... ...... RI CI-IARD SMoUsIz STAFF B11-fifffff Mmmgel' --'- LINWOOD MATTHEWS Bob Beasley, Sue Bentley, june Bostick, Al Coates, John Aff Efllml '------- --------- S UE PETERS Dorsey, Barbara Ferre, Donna Carol Hyatt, Anne Holmes, Layout Editor . . . . . . NOLA TEXLEY Faye Kilpatrick, jean Merritt, june Pair, Ed Robeson, See- Excbmz ge Editor .... .... I ANE CATHER man Waranch, Clif Warren. MESSENGER STAFF. Left to right, renlefl: Barbara Ferre, june Pair, Sue Peters, Nola Texley, Iohn Dorsey, Seaman Waranch. Slflllfflilgf Mary Hurt, Nancy Carpenter, James Hatchell, Ed Roberson, Felice Abram, Lucia johnson, Beverly Randolph, Phil Armstron , S encer Albri ht, Clifton Warren, Fa e Kilaatrickg Dick Keith, Art Drenios, Bob Beasley. 8 P 8 Y l S il l i I i U1Zi'l1'87'Sifjf of Richmond Lyqf 137 ORGANIZATIONS I F OREN SIC COUNCIL. Left to right: jones, Harkraderg Wfheelerg Hudson g Dickerson, Trotter g Young, Chafiing Welch. Zlmifrrsify iff Kishmaad Wrrfrsir Grfrrirrff T HE FORENSIC COUNCIL of the University of Rich- mond is the governing and advisatory body for the three literary societies, debate team and Tau Kappa Alpha in promoting forensic activity among the stu- dents. Its membership is composed of the president and an elected representative from each of the mem- ber organizations. 138 Din 'X Its purpose is to promote forensic activity on the campus. The highlights of the year were: the intersociety debates, various oratorical contests, and "Forensic Night," the climax of the year's forensic activities. The council was also instrumental in procuring intercollegiate debates for the University. THE 1952 WEB ORGANIZATIONS ATTEMPTING TO MAINTAIN the high standards set last year, the 1951-1952 Varsity Debate Team partici- pated in the state and national TKA tournaments and in tournaments held at johns Hopkins, George- town University, and Mary Wfashington College. S, K jldifchefl L' fiarary Saciriy S. C. MITCHELL. Left lo 1-ighz, 15111 row: jess Vfaltersg Bill Chaffing Ger- ald Ezekialg Dave Beverleyg john Wooldridge, Dick Crowson. Serozzd 1-ow: Stanley Sneadg Fred Skaggsg Dick Howard. Third row: Ray Shep- hardg Hector Davis. Fourth raw: Dave Ahramsg Ralph Marting Andre Nielson. Fifzh row: Bob Creasy, Kenneth Hodderg Roy Patersong Spen- cer Albright. Sixlh row: Ed Ware, Dave McGeeg Tom Mullins, Charles Bumpass. Sf?1'6I1lb row: Seymour Hor- witzg jim Beck, jack Hall. THE SAMUEL CHILES MITCHELL Forensic Society engaged in its twenty-second year of campus forensic activities. The society believes that forensics are an integral part of college life and has as its aim the promotion of interest in forensics among all students. The officers of the society are the following: Wil- liam Chaffin, presidentg David Beverly, vice-presi- dent, jess Walters, secretary, john Wooldridge, Uvziizfersizfy of Richmond Drhaia Cram DEBATE TEAM. Left lo right, jlrxl row: Rex Adams, Pat Minor, Ran- dolph Youngg Park Dickerson. Stand- ing, Jecwzri row: Karl Moll, roarhg Felix Sheppard, hzuifzerr mmzrzgerg Bill Peachg Chester Browng Ward jones, W. B. Morgan. The squad also engaged in numerous single contests with individual colleges. The question debated was, "Resolved: That the federal government should adopt a permanent program of wage and price con- trol." treasurer, Ward Hardrader, representative to the Forensic Council, jim Beck, parliamentarian, Ken- neth Hodder, forensic critic, and Gerald Ezekiel, ser- geant-at-arms. The society realizes the true value of humor and strives to maintain an even balance between serious and entertaining features. This is possible through the emphasis placed on every member participation. alll 159 ORGANIZATIONS f , 47 I7 ,K fy I 2' 3 f fig ,ylffl -1 . !r56'f.I5lfilQf' Sa PHILOLOGIANS. Lefz lo rigbl, kneeling: Chester Browng Carrol Welch. Fiaart row: Lynn Dickersong joe Bageg Ward jonesg Felix Shep- herd. Second row: Rex Adamsg Sam Justiceg james Morrisong Tom Down- ing. Third row: Dick Anthonyg Bob Markham, Randolph Youngg Willie Guyg Charles Anderson, Fourth row: Bill Peachg Carl Carnsg Bob Mooreg Park Dickersong Bob Burrusg Edward Blechman. ' THE PHILOLOGIAN LITERARY SOCIETY was organ- ized in 1856. The society fosters forensic activities on campus and promotes practice in the art of public speaking for its members. There is also a lighter side which makes the society a source of entertain- SINCE 1846 MU SIGMA RI-Io Literary Society has been a valuable means for Richmond College Stu- dents to develop their speaking abilities. During this year interesting and varied programs were planned for each meeting. Speeches, debates, and declama- tions were instructive in content as well as in proper factors and technique for effective speaking. Partici- pation in speaking activities with other societies 140 Div ment as well as a provider of valuable training. The 1951-52 season brought with it a new interest in the forensic activities of our society, a larger mem- bership and a participation in inter-society contests. President for the year was Carrol Welch. .M an ..ti7iifZi5rW'.F'iiji" Sarrery MU SIGMA RI-IO. Left to right, kneeling: George Poffenburger, refre- mryy Charles Bingham, wire preriderzg' George Trotter, preridentg Tom Wheeler, reprerezzmtive to Farefzric Cowzrilf David Talamas, frearzzrer. Serond row: james Andersong Bill Ratchfordg Bill McKissickg Hunter Spencer. Third 1-ow: Thomas Wluit- teng Gene Thomasg Bill Brown. Fourth row: Charles johnsong Reb Morrisg Leon Jennings. Fifth row: joe Harnetteg Reed Hartsell. hel ed to make the ear's accom lishments ro res- P Y P P 8 sive and constantly on the move. Officers of the society for this college year are: George Trotter, presidentg Charles Bingham, vice- president, George Poffenburger, secretaryg David Talamas, treasurerg Tom Wheeler, representative to the forensic council, and Reb Morris, hall debater and critic. THE 1952 I-VEB ORGANIZATIONS RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES COUNCIL. Left 10 rigbl, fri! row: Sal Rovillog Ellen Hontsg Roy Cohng Bobby Boggsg Gerry Kantnerg Alice Gardnerg Miss Mary Elizabeth Wrenn. Sammi 1'0Iu.' Bobbie Warreng Eleanor Personsg Ann Gibsong Mimi Hochmang Marilyn McMurray: Mary Kathryn Manuel. Third row: Charles Beckettg' Sue Perryg Shirley Wardg Harriet Will- inghamg Pat Morang Larry Matthews. Fourth row: Carlton Thomas: Ward Harkraderg Bob Ossmang Allan Bloom. r fy 0' Flu E ff, 6,17 5' 147 J' H A 'Mx I j fy ,ZS rn riirifes I MEMBERS YWCA: HAIKRIET VVILLINGHAIVI SHIRLEY WARD YMCA: DON BEAMAN LARRY MATTHEWS BSU: LEE PERSONS SUE PERRY THE RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES COUNCIL is composed of the president and one representative of each re- ligious organization and chairmen of interdenomi- national groups. This council acts as a coordinating body for all religious activities on campus. Under a new Constitution the council made such advances as the following: the Evening Watch pro- gram becoming interdenominational, a publicity com- mittee being formulated for use by all religious or- LI72fl"6'7'5ifjf Of Ricbmonrl M.A.: CHARLIE BECKETT CARLTON THOMAS Wesley: MARILYN MCMURIKAY XVARD HARKRADER Canterbury: ANN GIBSON BOB OSSMAN ' Student Forum: PAT MORAN HERVIE JONES Newman: JIMMY BECK BOBBIE WARREN Hillel: ALLAN BLOOM MIMI HOCHMAN ganizations, a religious reporter beiIIg placed on the Collegian staff, and Religious Focus Week again be- coming a campus highlight. Robert Boggs served as chairman: Gerry Kanter, secretary: Roy Cohn, treasurerg Ellen Honts, vesper chairmang Mary Kathryn Manuel, Evening Watclu chairmang Sal Rovillo, publicity chairmang Alice Gardner, reporterg Miss Mary E. Wrenn and Dr. Othell Hand, advisors. CZK 141 ORGANIZATIONS Wesley Waaaafiaa WESLEY FOUNDATION. Left lo rigbz, fri! row: Eston Cosbyg Ginny LeSueurg Marilyn McMurrayg Ward Harkrader. Second row: Bertha Cos- byg Alice Warnerg Ginny Swaing Jane Sowersg Marty Glenn, Norma Lee Kailingg Marcella Hammock. Third raw: Dewey Mongerg jim An- dersong Polly Bundickg Peggy Gil- mang Jane Ozling Page McCrayg An- dre Nielseng Charles Tulloh. Fozzrlb row: john Suyesg Bud Tullohg Tom Markleyg joe Bageg Carl Carnesg Bill Eatong john Wooldridge. WESLEY FOUNDATION is a world fellowship of Methodist students. The Richmond Chapter is af- filiated with the State Student Movement which has Gerry Speidel as its dynamic state director. The program has included meeting together on alternate Thursdays for fellowship and worship, T HE CANTERBURY CLUB at the University of Rich- mond fosters among Episcopal students a better un- derstanding of the faith and heritage of the Episcopal Church and the growth and spirit of Christianity among all students. The weekly Sunday evening meetings of the Can- terbury Club are held at St. Stephen's Church. The 142 jyx.,f- acting as big brothers and sisters to the Methodist orphans, attending state conferences at different Vir- ginia Universities, and playing host at the Roslyn Conference. Through these activities the organiza- tion aspires to a higher integration of spiritual and campus life for each Methodist student. fiat Gaarrraargr Eliza CANTERBURY CLUB. Lefz to right, jimi rom' Carol Riordang Mariah Chisholm 3 Pat Minor. Sammi fora: Paralee Neergaardg Anne Gibsong Don Beamang Mary Creath. Third row: Haynie Craftong Barbara How- ardg Pat Regusg Fannie Craddockg Desiree Stuart-Alexanderg Virginia Thomas, Bob Parsons. programs include supper, fellowship, worship, recre- ation, and study. Also scheduled in the club's activi- ties are meetings with fellow Canterbury Clubs, out- ings at Roslyn, and other stimulating social functions. Mr. Reno S. Harp, rector of St. Stephenis Church, is the campus chaplain, and Dr. Edward C. Peple, professor of English, is the faculty advisor. THE 1952 TVEB B'NAI B,RITH HILLEL Foundation in having a "home away from home" atmosphere for the jewish college students in the vicinity of Richmond, provides a center of jewish culture, education, and religion as well as a full social environment. Hillel Honor keys, silver trophy, camp scholarship and Honor Rolls are flkiwaaaa Kfaa NEWMAN CLUB. Lefl zo fight, f?7'.I'l rozcf: Carole Riordang Dorothy Sinkg James Beckg Martiza Garridog Linda Duvallg Antoinette Hawayek. Semrmf mu-': Robert Herkeg AI Pecuchg Da- vid Talamasg Gregory Tolerg Tom Morrin. Third row: Andrew Daffrong joe Purinaig Tom Kelsog jose Por- tella. Fourth raw: Louis Blazekg joe Krivitski. THE NEWMAN CLUB was organized at the Uni- versity of Richmond in 1941 by the Rev. Dr. Francis J. Blakely of The Sacred Heart Cathedral for the benefit of the Catholic students. The acquaintance and association with those of one's own faith is often difiicult in the complex society of campus life. Recog- nizing this need, the Newman Club was organized for the purpose of becoming a spiritual and social U11i1.'ersify of RfCl77ll077IZ ORGANIZATIONS Him! Wraith Jliillal I-IILLEL ORGANIZATION. Lefz zo right, jirrl row: Thalia Fenigsohng Mimi Hockmang Henry Lieb, Roy Cohn, joan Hyman, Felice Abram, Gilda Greenberg. Second row: Don Rhodes, Fred Bisger, Harold Good- man, joe Prussackg Ira Druckmang Edward Blechman. awarded annually to deserving members. Ronny Levin of Medical College of Virginia is president, Henry Lieb of Richmond College, vice- president, Don Spitz, Richmond College, recording secretary, Myra Lipman, R.P.I., corresponding secre- tary, and Roy Cohn, Richmond College, Treasurer. guide for the.Catholic student. It is the means by which Catholic students can share their mutual cul- tural and religious ideals. First established at the University of Pennsylvania by Dr. Timothy L. Harrington, its ideals are those of its patron, john Cardinal Newman, namely: love of truth, honesty, hatred of duplicity, and coarseness, refinement of manner, and gentleness. 'CJK 143 ORGANIZATIONS MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. Left to right, jimi row: C. A. Beckett, R. L. Boggsg G. V. jackson, jr. g O. D. Morris, C. E. Marsh, C. B. Welch, W. P. Huff, IIIg Mrs. W. P. Huff, III, Mrs. R. L. King, R. L. King, Mrs. W. D. Dietrick, jr.g W. D. Dietrick, jr. Second row: W. W. Carter, T. T. Pohmerg R. L. Stevens, R. E. Harng R. J. Harris, C. D. Sinclair, jr.g G. R. Biggs, M. A. Cumby, jr., C. P. Anderson, jr., F. R. Skaggsg C. L. Thomas, C. P. Mooreg J. A. Coates Thim31'aw.- C. Milsteaclg E. C. Broskeg M. L. Caddg J. R. King, T. A. jackson, R. C. Wood, L. E. Whitlock, M. E. Williams, H. L. Dupree, jr.g R. R. Spence, J. W. Mehaffeyg T. W. Downing, L. C. Dickerson, IIIQ M. G. Shotwell. Fourth row: C. W. Bumpass, W. S. Davis, S. S. Snead, K. B. Bryan, D. W. Cumbeeg S. Bageg R. L. Carlton, J. E. Dwyer, J. W. Gordon, R. D. Stennett, jr.g V. A. Gaines, J. W. Adams, L. P. Richardson, Ir. Fifth row: R. Suyes, Ing XV. O. Dillard, jr., P. L. Cumbiag C. G. Agee. M ihfsrerhif sshrafafihh THE MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION is composed of young men of many denominations who have given their lives to the ministry of jesus Christ. Meetings were held twice a month, and during the year repre- sentatives of five theological seminaries were on the program. Every Friday afternoon a group from the Minis- terial Association goes to the Virginia Home for ln- curables to hold devotional services and to visit sick patients. The Practical Ministries Project, by which all ministerial students may gain invaluable exper- ience by assisting and working with pastors of local and surrounding churches, is also carried on. 144 QYXJ Besides the business part of this Association there are also two social highlights. The first is a picnic at Byrd Park in the fall, and the second is a banquet in the spring. Leading the many activities of the group are: Pres- ident, Charles Beckett, Vice-President, Temple Ben- nettg Secretary, Cecil Marsh, Treasurer, Carroll Welch, Publicity, Orrin Morris g Athletic Represen- tative, Rex Bennettg Chorister, William Dietrich, and Chaplain, Carlton Thomas. The faculty advisor is Dr. Solon B. Cousins and faculty members in the group are Dr. Othell Hand and Professor Pierce Ellis. THE .1952 HVIEB ORGANIZATIONS YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. Left to right, jim' row: Dr Trout, azZvi.f01',' Roger Hart, c01'1'e.rponding rer- reifzry,' Tom Downing, 1'ec01'cZivzg Jecretary,' Don Beaman, preridemg Norman Woerner, vice p1'eJicle1zl,' Cecil Marsh, f1':6cZ.l'7l7'El',' Prof. Ellis, fzdviror. Second row: Bob Boggsg Malcolm Shotwellg Larry Matthewsg jack Fetherstong Ross Coates. Third row: john Dorseyg Charlie Johnson, Bob Evansg Bob Scott. Fourth raw: Ward Harkraderg Walter jacksong Bill Wheeler, Hugh I Dupree. l if . ' 7 i dy' fi? ,'7,f" F ,ff fill W fi f 5 -0 if :tif ,fl 45 .rd ,653 ,fi ij!! -15" :fl 4? y If Q' I K7 ,V A7 fin gif? 0' V ii! my Zi zbdlcifrl fi UZ 55 rg!! 16 Mfr at fi U Z6 RECOGNIZING THE NEED for close coordination and strong Christian fellowship among men students of the University, the Young Men's Christian Asso- ciation endeavored to make itself more strongly felt in attaining those objectives. Every man matriculating in the University is in- cluded in the Young Men's Christian Association, however, the "Y" Cabinet is composed of all men who are interested in taking an active part in "YU activities. This year twenty-five men were initiated into the "Y" Cabinet. During the current season the "Y" engaged in U111gI.'ef'.fif'3" of Rfclmz 0711! many activities including an Orientation Week Barn Dance, A World Student Service Fund Drive to pro- vide relief and financial aid for foreign students throughout the world, the construction of a float for Homecoming, sponsoring a Christmas Party in con- junction with the Interfraternity Council for needy children in the city, a retreat for all members of the Cabinet, and the publishing of a student directory. The ideals of Christian fellowship upheld by the Y.M.C.A. gained reality in a spring house party held at Hampton Institute to which delegates from stu- dent "Y's" throughout the state came. 11,211 145 ORGANIZATIONS B.S.U. Left to right, jiri! row: Allan Gaines, Betty Lear, Emily Menefeeg jean Burgess, Shirley Bruchmang Joyce Brock, jean Plunkett, Lee Persons, Miriam Thurston, Mary Elizabeth Wrenng Margaret Englishg Sarah Barlow, Betty Stembridgeg Ruth Owensg Thelma Childersg Deanie Dungan. Seroncl row: Tom Downing, janet Pace, Charlie Sinclair, Carol Melton, Betty O'Bannong jane Gillg Edith Burnett, Carol jones, jean Carter, jean Merritt, Rebecca Cumby, Marilyn Keetong Burrell Wil- liams, Kathleen Cooke, Betty Parrish g Alice Gardner, Peggy Hall, Barbara Turner, Mary Kathryn Manuel. Third raw: Carroll Welch, Larry Matthews 5 Sue Perry, Pauline Decker, jane Cather, Shirley Ward, Cecil Marsh, Hugh Dupree, Charlie Ander- song Catherine Towlerg jackie Vaughan, Ann Pettit, Faye Kilpatrick, Gerry Kantnerg Shirley Mason, Bettie Kerseyg Betty Montgomery. Fozrrlb row: Richard Stevens, Carleton Thomas 5 Dick Stennettg Bobby Boggsg Barbara McCrawg Allan Cumby, Clarence Moore, Clarice Underwood, Nancy Clement, Evelyn Massieg George Biggs 5 Phil Snider. Fifzb row: Bill Dillard, Orrin Morris, LeRoy Richardson, Jack Swanson, Rufus Spencer, Margaret Henderson. T7 'gig' Aff V I eff if J, idarairsrrt 5 at T HE THREEFOLD MINISTRY of the Baptist Student Union at the University of Richmond includes the enrichment of spiritual life on the campus, the link- ing of the student with a local church, and partici- pation in off-campus religious services. Ideally, the B.S.U. is more than an organization, it is the spirit of Christ manifested in the lives of His followers. During the past year students continued to hold services in churches throughout the state as a part of the youth revival program. Many spent one after- noon each week at the Goodwill Centers in Rich- mond, and their activities included scouting, gym 146 hiv work, playground, shop, glee clubs, Bible study, hob- by clubs, and cooking. Highlights of the year included the pre-school re- treat near Triangle, Virginia, the B.S.U. picnic in September, the party for transfers and the Thanks- giving breakfast. Over eighty students attended the inspiring state convention at Lynchburg. Joint meetings were held with the Wesley Foun- dation and the B.S.U'ers from other schools in Rich- mond. A caroling party was held in December, and after Christmas came reports on summer service, the B.S.U. banquet, the state retreat at Arlington, and the city-wide picnic. fl'.H.iE 1952 UVEB ORGANIZATIONS BAPTIST STUDENT UNION MISSION GROUP. Left to right, f1'f!1'01u.' Mary Elizabeth Wrenng Alice Gardnerg Kathleen Cookeg Faye Kilpatrick. Second row: janet Paceg Edith Burnettg Betty O'Bannong Jackie Vaughang Catherine Towler. Third row: Tom Downingg Carol Meltong Gerrie Kantner g Burrell Williams g Ann Pettit. Fourth row: Larry Matthewsg Charlie Beck- ettg Charlie Sinclairg Phil Sniderg LeRoy Richardsong Richard Stevens. fga9Z,UJiiL5'f Siflihfifwf Miriam' AM Karim Qrarzfaf U1fir1fer.fily of iRiiL'b7Jl07ll1 -Clif 147 ORGANIZATIONS Y CABINET. Left to right, hw! 1'0w.' Joy Selby, Shirley Ward, Pat Moran, Harriet Wilhnghamg Peggy Gilmang Mary Eliza- beth Wfrenn. Second row: Virginia LeSueurg Lucille Hedley, Kay Beale, Bettie Kerseyg Ann Helms, Nancy Graham, Betty Parrish. fglfv. A Kflifl-sly, .,'f' , ,M -',,rf Kiltiirsirma ,flssarafiiiaa THE YWCA HAS AS 1Ts GOAL to give every girl an opportunity to grow spiritually, mentally, physically, and socially as she receives the best that college lifq has to offer. Wfhen a girl enters Westluampton Col- lege, she is automatically a member of the "Y" and is urged to take an active part in this, her own Chris- tian organization. The program of the "YU is built around the four commissions: Christian Faith and Heritage, Personal and Campus Affairs, Social Responsibility, and World Relatedness, each of which gives an oppor- tunity for inspiration, action, and growth. All four commissions have proved themselves a vital and ac- 148 IYXJ tive force in campus life, an outreach in the com- munity, and a stimulus to national and international thinking. Including all denominations in its activities, the "Y" serves as a strong' bond of friendship. The Ros- lyn house party, Bon Air Projects, and Citizenship Seminar in Washingtoii are examples of its many co- operating activities. One of the most valuable projects of the "Y" has been the sponsorship of a forensic student on our campus. Supported by the entire student body, the student has been a real asset in widening horizons and promoting friendship. THE .1952 TVEB ZW: . Eff-Y 0,21 149 ORGANIZA'l'IONS GLEE CLUB. Left to right, fini 1'0w.' Miss Carla Waal, azrrompafzirzg' Larry Matthews, Ed Roberson g Spencer Albright, Rusty Booker, jerry Sandvig, Sam Taylor, h'eazmre1',' Ernest Lumsden, rew'e1m'y,' David Hartz, Tom Whitten, Ray Wood, Charles johnson. Second 1'01u.' Mark Troxell, direclon' Park Pendletong Carleton Thomas, Ken Bryan, Jim Browng Charles Finkeg Norman Dodlg Bill McKissick, Ed Ganakisg Averett Tombes. Third row: Bud Tullohg Walt jackson, Bob Ossman, Dave Propertg T. C. Coates, Ken Tobias, Vaughan Garyg Halford Hayes g Tom Hamilton, Al Harker. Fourth row: Clif Warreng Bob Moore, Madison Price, Charles Rutledgeg Lonny Bondg Hector Davis, Russell Comer, Norman Woerner, hmifzerr vzzfzmzger. Fifth row: George Aldhizer, vice p1'eride1z1f,' Jack Swansong john Dorsey, arrirtfmzf hzz.vine.r.r nzmzagen Bill Carter, jack Hippsg Rick Eaton 3 Gus jackson, lihmrifvz,' Bob Beasley, preridefzt. T HE MENYS GLEE CLUB under the capable direc- .Q Q J I Q fre 6 a' ra Two concerts were also given before the student body tion of Mark Troxell enjoyed one of its most suc-9 during convocation in Cannon Memorial Chapel. cessful seasons. This year the club was compose mi file Glee Club was enthusiastically received every- sixty members, consisting of many old and returningllil J ere. An album of records was a major achieve- members and some with the club for the hrst time J ' 'L nt of the Club. With a variety of songs in its repertoire, inclu g gl he club was under the leadership of Bob Beas- religious, spiritual, semi-classical, and popular n -i , presidentg George Aldhizer, vice-president, Ernie bers, the group staged many concerts throughot rwllumsden, secretary, Sam Taylor, treasurerg Norman the state, some of the major ones being trips to Nor L3 Woerner, business managerg and john Dorsey, as- folk and Newport News, Bluefield, West Virginia, LU sistant business manager. Carla Waal and Jody Portsmouth, several trips to various girls' colleges, - Weaver served very ably as accompanists during the and numerous concerts within the City of Richmond. 150 jyxj current season. THE1952 ll-VEB university 0 Kichmvnd Hand ESTABLISHING ITSIELF as a well-heralded group rep- resenting the University, this year's University Band experienced one of its finest seasons. Under the com- petent direction of Mark Troxell, the band proved through its many performances to be one of the most active organizations on the campus. Playing at all pep rallies and home football games, the band performed admirably throughout the foot- ball season. At the Homecoming game with William ORGANIZATIONS MARK TROXELL Directm' and Mary the band successfully introduced the new Richmond fight song, "Win, Win, Win!', A From performing in the Tobacco Festival Parade and the Thalhimer Toy Parade in Richmond, fthe band Went on to participate in the Shenandoah Ap- ple Blossom Festival in the spring. The highlight of the year was the concert at Mary Washington Col- lege. A final concert was given in the Greek Theater culminating the year's performances. UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND BAND. Left to right, hut row: Bill Peachg Charles Stanleyg Hunter Spencerg Bill Lillyg Bill Flemingg Bob Parsons. Second row: Dick Howardg Rex Adamsg Carroll Welchg Eddie Blechmang Roy Cohn. Third row: Pat Graybealg Lonny Bondg E. P. Robersong Ken Bryang Ken Hodder. Fourth row: Tom Carruthersg George Trotterg Bob Hannahg joe Prussackg Claude Anderson. Fifth 11110: Tom Witteng George Viag Garlie Forehandg Phil Ingramg Jack Swanson. Sixth row: Tom Armstrongg Bob Baldridgeg Dave Hartzg Ernest Lumsdeng Willie Guy. Seventh row: Bill Carter, prerittefztg Nim Lawrenceg Spencer Albright. Uftifzfferxity of Richmond Ljff 151 ORGANIZATIONS WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE GLEE CLUB. Left to right, fri! row: Judy Potterg Lindy Duvallg Carol jonesg Marcella Ham- mockg Louise Hudginsg Mary Wallaceg jackie Weilg Catherine Roseg Mimi Hochman. Serond row: Dorathea Malloug Barbara Thabetg Myria Chisholmg jackie Kilbyg Hildegard Cappelmang Pat Minorg Ethel Smithg Dot Gwaltney. Third row: Addie Eicksg Pat Kantnerg janet Paceg Sue Sowersg Jane Lanierg Jean Merritt. ,ja il Cl S 445 7,517 l., My X fi . WDW lQf.10' iffy' Willa r .471 Lf fri Lurw uf Lsflftilllxlb Jenvity if THE WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE GLEE CLUB had a most successful year under the leadership of Miss Priscilla Phillips. It presented musical renditions of religious, folk, and popular songs at school and civic gatherings, in addition to several radio pro- grams. Music for the chapel programs was provided quite frequently by these girls as was the special music for the services during Religious Week. Ap- proximately thirty-five girls were members of this choral group, which has as its only prerequisites for membership, an enthusiastic interest and sufficient talent determined by tryouts which are held semi- annually. One of the highlights of the season was a cantata 152 Iyknv V' by Benjamin Britten, "A Ceremony of Carols," which was presented at convocation exercises during the Christmas season. The Glee Clubs of Westhampton and Richmond Colleges ended their activities with the Spring Concert, presented in the Greek Theater. For this concert, the mixed group presented a medley from "Carousel', by Rodgers and Hammerstein. The girls and boys sang in formal attire. The group ren- dered a great service to the school by the varied spro- grams which it presented. It also offered much train- ing and experience to the individual members of the club. The oliicers for the year were: Louise Hudgins, presidentg Ann Helms, vice-presidentg and Carol jones and Marcella Hammock, librarians. THE 1952 IWEB MEMBERSHIP in the University Choir is open to both Westhampton College and Richmond College students who are interested in singing sacred music. Enthusiastic interest and the desire to sing are more important in this group than is either voice training or previous experience. There is a great elation felt when men and women come together and sing some I it if af IONIAN MUSIC CLUB. Lefr zo right, realefl: Betty Hurtg jean Hoat- man. Slmzdizzg: Ola Hillg Edith Bur- nettg Page McCrayg Marty Glenng Jackie Kilbyg Betty Rosenbergerg Jeannine Williamsg Carolyn Livesayg Powell Mooreg Pat Graybeale. THE NUCLEUS OF MUSICAL INTEREST on campus may be found in the Ionian Music Club. Its member- ship is opened to music students who wish to pro- mote a deeper appreciation of good music among all students. Concerts have given the members an opportunity U11iz.fe1'.viljf Of Riclrmmzcf OKGANl'ZATIONS . ff " ,,y 'p lr me rsiri gf glkfttilrffityl UNIVERSITY CHOIR. Lefl zo rigbz, fmt rnw.' Emily Menefeeg Mary Elizabeth Beamang Charlotte Hudsong joy Brandt. Second row: Charlie Sin- clairg Mildred Woodsg Emma Lee Costellog Myra Embrey Carol Mel- tong Bill Eatong Richard Eatong Pow- ell Moore. of the greatest music ever written, and the chorus strives to spread some of this feeling among the student body through their services. The highlight of the season was the annual Christ- man concert with the program containing the cantata, "When The Christ Child Came." President for the year was Charlie Sinclair. to develop talent and audience poise by sharing their talents with other applied music students. Lectures of musical interest by professors and visitors are also given throughout the year. Wliatever may come to the city or campus in the realm of good music, the music club tries to further its performance. 0,211 155 ORGANIZATIONS A JM ra si liiafrrrraffuaaf igrfrrffms KIM INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB. Left to right: Horace Gibsong john Wooldridgeg Fred Bisgerg Sam Iusticeg Andre Nielsong Ward Hark- raderg Dick Howardg Dr. Albrightg Irby Browng Bill Chafhn, 1JreJidenl,' Joe Prussackg Ira Druckmang Jack Hippsg Charles Tullohg George Ald- hiserg Art Drenious. THE 1951-52 scHOOL SESSION found the Men'-s International Relations Club growing extensively and participating actively in campus affairs. The past months had many highlights including going to Fredericksburg for a meeting with the Mary Waslu- ington Club, sponsoring along with the Westhamp- ton I.R.C. several well-known speakers in the discus- THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB was formed for the purpose of unbiased study and dis- cussion of world affairs. To become a member of the International Relations Club, a student must have an active interest in world conditions. Programs are held jointly with the Richmond Col- 154 j7x..,v sion of various international themes, and discussing current topics among our own membership. The club is a charter member of the Virginia Organization of International Relations Clubs. William Chaiiin served as president, and Irby Brown as treasurer during the current year. The club looks to another successful year next year. frfrf rruazr rgrlad' INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB. Left zo right, fm! row: Miss Helen Stafford, rpolzrorg Charlotte Babbg Ann Wlmitehurst. Bark row: Nancy Baumgardnerg Lelia Adamsg Mary Anne Coatesg Marion Lacy. lege Club and many outstanding speakers as well as students in our own University are heard. Under the sponsorship of Miss Helen Stafford, the members come to better understand the world situation by taking part in the various discussions and projects. TI-1131952 IVIZB T HE PURPOSE or EL PICARO, the Spanish Club, is to introduce students to the culture and civilization of the Spanish speaking peoples. Visitors from South and Central America delight students at the El Pi- caro meetings with stimulating talks about the habits Ly as Qaaaaaas Sa limits LES FEMMES SAVANTES. Lefz lo right, sealed: Joyce Brancltg Sue Ke- gan. First row: Kathryn Putnamg Beverly Frenchg Jackie Wildg Linda Goodmang Ginnie Swaing Mrs. Horn- erg Alice Gardnerg Peggy Armstongg Jane Lanierg Joyce Bell. Serorzrl row: Mary Ann Logang Mimi Hockmang Lucia Johnsong Betty Stembridgeg Hope Guaraldig Ruby Vaughan. LES FEMMES SAVANTES with the primary purpose of furthering an understanding of French culture, makes the study of French on the Westlmampton cam- pus more pleasurable by providing throughout the year a series of delightfully entertaining programs. At these meetings the members enjoy presentations U11ii1fer.s'il'-y Of Ricbm 07161 ORGANIZATIONS E! Wffazta EL PICARO. Left to right, jimi rouu' Edith Burnettg Ruby Vaughang Ola Hill. Second row: Antoinette Hawayekg Jacqueline Kilbyg Miss Ruddg Mar- iam Thurstong Mauritza Garrido. Third row: Faye Kilpatrickg Barbara Thabetg Virginia Thomasg Joyce Brandtg Betty Fleetg Felice Abrams. and customs of their native countries. El Coro, the Spanish Chorus, forms a vital part of this group. All students interested in Spanish may become mem- bers of the club. This year Ruby Vaughan was elected Queen of Pan-American Day. of a dramatic or musical nature, as well as discus- sions by informed lecturers. To all persons having a desire for greater familiarity with the language, customs, and influence of French-speaking countries, these "Francaises" offer a splendid opportunity and a cordial welcome. 'gill 155 ORGANIZATIONS hsmisfry Klub , CHEMISTRY CLUB. Left to rigbz, jim! row: Dr. Smithg Dr. Troutg Page Hudsong Lewis Bairdg Janet Stormg Bob Beasleyg Prof. Frankling Dr. Pierce. Semrzd row: Joe Krivitskig Sidney Zuberg F. Lee Watsong Anna Brehmeg Joyce Masong Jack Payne. Third raw: Averett Tombesg Donald Spitzg David Abramsg Dave Skewesg Mac Smith, Larry Zacharias. Fouril: row: Rodney Wells, Les McBrideg Paul Websterg Sidney Hunterg Dick Pittsg Hugh Fraserg Anthony Deep. THE CHEMISTRY CLUB is a semi-honorary group which was organized on this campus in 1950. Its chief purpose is to stimulate interest in the science of chemistry by sponsoring speakers and programs which it is hoped will be attractive to members of the club. The club further seeks to recognize those THE UNIVERSITY of Richmond Psychology Club, now in its second year of organization, is sponsored by Psi Chi, the University's honorary fraternity in psychology. Open to all majors and minors in psy- chology, the Psychology Club has as its purpose stimu- 156 jykvv students who have shown ability and interest in this science. Membership in this group is extended to both graduate and undergraduate students. The Chemistry Club, together with the local chapter of Gamma Sigma Epsilon, forms the local Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Society. Zlsychalogy 611111 PSYCHOLOGY CLUB. Left lo rigbl: Marcella Hammockg Kathleen Coleg Betty jane Williamsg Shirley Wardg Edward Wareg Pat Morang Kay Bealeg Tom Pollardg jim Morrisong Lucy Dearingg Nelson Taylorg Bobbie Becknerg Sue Easleyg Isabel Sanfordg Alice Gardnerg Diane Evans g Nath- an Caplang Jo Eckertg Margaret Hen- dersong Nancy Ayresg jo Solesg Jackie Jardine. lating interest in the field of psychology. The club holds monthly meetings centered around interesting speakers, with timely discussions followed by a social hour with coffee and doughnuts. President for this year was Bobbie Beckner. THE 1952 IVEB ORGANIZATIONS English 61116 ENGLISH CLUB. Lefl la right, int row: Betty Guthrieg Kay Bealeg Claire Carltong Addie Eicksg Virginia LeSueurg Harriet Willinghamg June Pair. Second raw: Rose Ann Thomasg Beverly Gilbertg Sarah Ann Barlowg Fannie Craclcloclc. Third row: Nancy Baurngardnerg Lucille Angellg Joy Selbyg Marianne Schumateg Marjorie Sparerg Alice Subley. THE ENGLISPI CLUB of Westliampton College was the group for both faculty and student criticisms. organized in 1948, and is open to any student inter- Highlights of the year are meetings each spring ested in creative writing and literature. The mem- with Miss Margaret Ross and the Christmas party bers are encouraged to present their writings before held in Dean Robert's suite. Eiufurr Crackers of America FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERI- CA. Left to right, first row: Martha Clarkeg Eleanor Bradfordg Nancy Ayersg jane Ozling Sue Petersg Lelia Adamsg Sarah Barlow. Second raw: Isabell Sanfordg Mimi Hochmang ,Io Deterg Beverly Randolphg Lou Glad- clingg Georgianna McTeerg Lee Per- sons g Catherine Towler. Third row: Sophia Zeag Lou Georgeg Nina Land- olinag Harriet Wlieatg Pat Shomog jackie Gusting Miss Jessie Haynesg Betty Andrewsg Barbara McCrawg Page McCrayg Jo Fugate. Fourlh row: Jim Andersong Frank Fosterg Bill I Euclailey, pre.ride1zt,' Harold Golds- l tong George Biggs. I THE F.T.A., a branch of the National Education Association and the Virginia Education Association was established here in 1947 for those students who plan to enter the teaching profession. This year the local chapter, known as the William L. Prince Chap- ter, was under the sponsorship of Dr. Edward F. Uv71il'6l',S'ilJf of Riclamowzd Overton and Miss Jessie P. Haynes. The organiza- tion Was stimulated greatly by student participation and guest speakers. The officers of the organization were: Bill Eudailey, presidentg Jim Anderson, vice-presidentg Lou Glad- ding, secretary, and Nina Landolina, treasurer. 0,21 157 ORGANIZATIONS Nasrrrae Sfjrliar NOSTRAE FILIAE. Left zo rigbz, .renta:l,' Betty Edmonds, Marian Lacyg Jeanne Plunkett. Siandi1zg.' Martha Clark, Mary Hurtg Emily Menefeeg Betty Hurtg Bertha Easlyg Margaret Glenng Jacqueline Kilbyg Carol jones. NOSTRAE FILIAE is a group of Westhampton Col- lege students whose, mothers, aunts, grandmothers, or great aunts attended Richmond Female Institute or the Woman's College, forerunners of Westliamp- ton College. Through these institutions Westhamp- ton College received a noble heritage. The Alumnae THE ALUMNI DAUGHTERS' CLUB is composed. of girls whose mother or father has attended the Uni- xfasity of Richmond. Its aim is to form a link be- tween alumni and students upon which to build bet- ter relations between the two groups. Although meet- ings are not regularly scheduled, the club is always 158 YXJ Association believing, "We move forward only by the feet of our children," organized Nostrae Filiae to hand these cherished ideals on from generation to generation. Organized in 1956, Nostrae Filiae has been active ever since under the sponsorship of Mrs. Jack L. Epps, an alurnnae of Westhampton College. ,flfaaaar Daayatrrral HIM ALUMNI DAUGHTERSH Left to right, iff! row: Ruby Vaughang Bet- tie Sneadg Sarah Barlow. Second row: Mary Marshall Wileyg Betty Ed- mondsg Beverly Randolph g Joyce Bell g Rebecca Cumby, Lucile Hedley. Third row: jean Plunkettg Jacqueline Kilbyg Betty Kerseyg Virginia Le- Sueurg Mary Creath. Fozzrtlv raw: Carol Jonesg Susan Perryg Linda Goodman. willing to help with alumni projects. This year the club held a coke party for new mem- bers and helped with the homecoming activities of the Westhampton Alumnae Association. The organ- ization is sponsored by Mrs. Leslie Booker, alumni secretary of the University. THE .1952 TVBB . 1 E C ORGANIZATIONS Wi ORCHESIS. Lefl fo right, fron! row: Eleanor Bradfordg Beverly Randolphg Mary Marshall Wileyg Bertha Cosby, Nancy Ayres. Back row: Jo Solesg Isabel Sanfordg Mary Ann Coatesg Marilyn McMurrayg Sue Petersg Grace Collins. Orch sais. ORCHESIS, the modern dance organization, was founded at Westlmampton in 1949. Witlu a member- ship of twenty-six girls, much creative and artistic talent was evidenced by the group this year. The club is divided into two sections, junior and Senior Orchesis. Membership to junior Orchesis is deter- mined by the dancing ability, interest, and poise in public performances. To become a member of Senior Orchesis, an applicant from the Junior club must present an original dance and be passed upon by Senior Orchesis members. Each year, in February, the members of both the Junior and Senior Orchesis present a modern dance recital. This program consists of a demonstration of modern dance techniques and interpretations of classical and semi-classical numbers. Uiliversity of Ricbmouel In addition to this annual affair, Orchesis lends its talents to other campus activities. Individual mem- bers often aid other organizations in the presenta- tions of their programs as was done in the French Club play. The highlight of the program of Orchesis this year was the ballet performance for the May Day festival. Centering around the theme for the day, "The Nutcracker Suite," by Tschaikowsky, a ballet was adapted for the program. Orchesis con- tributes a major part to campus activities by the per- formances which it renders. It also offers to those girls who are interested in the dance, a medium of expression. Choreography and direction are under the supervision of Mrs. House, the modern dance instructor. Lftf 159 ORGANIZATIONS .1'7w.?f Z! Ax 41" GA TG! -SUS Y' fi? - T H., 5 V Us 1 i :II A T' .., V: 'Z' .11 . H Q-0. - :Q 'V Q 1' .. 4 4 ii- AX, b it h H X N kg. - W '. 1?-r A V f, '- li Lil? at , H ,F 1 , .43-K ., 5 W ,H , . g W Y ' lang 1: -' . ' "ll" e'::'.rf J ' . 1: , - fair ,,., Q .V ,,"' , if it ' - .. . W X .- p . N A H A. . :wr Q. Z , ' gy 'I . Q iz- ' ML , 1 Y It I: " fly, Q A In " "N Y C i , . Vi ---- ' W 1 .K .. ? xv- X X12 . gn A i A . i W X Ragga: ,I E, ,fi l P?" 'C lx---.. s .. . - . f -'iz-asxahggg A . Y as J, ,I 'lu .je gl H E mg ,L ' --- .4 fli'-'g,'l'm" L-is-ng-ggi-i W g-f UNIVERSITY PLAYERS. Left to right, top row: Joyce Bell, .rew'el:zry,' Claire Carltong Barbara Cawthorneg Fannie Crad- dockg Deanie Duncan. Second row: Beverly Gilbertg Lou Gladdingg Janie Hootmang Jackie Jardine, W. B. Morgan, prefi- defzf. Third row: Desiree Stuart-Alexander, Harriet Williilghanug Douglas Clark, vice-j71'eride11t,' Lindy Duvall, Vaughan Gary. Fonrlb raw: Bob Keefeg Betty Shafers, Carla Waalg James Wicker, f7'6fl.fll7'8l',' Betsy Willianis. llfzitfrr ity Z9 flyer THE UNIVERSITY PLAYERS is an honorary organi- zation for those students who have an active interest in drama and work in the University productions. The two productions of last spring included Angel Street' and I Remember Mama. For the first produc- tion this fall Director Alton Williamis chose William McCleery's sparkling comedy Parlor Story. This pro- duction, presented in arena style, opened in the new Student Activities Building as a part of the dedica- tion ceremony. The cast included several alumni of the Players, who gave the audience a delightful per- l6O JJ'k..,v formance and the student cast a much appreciated opportunity to work with experienced actors. This year toward the cultural advancement of our campus, the University Players have contributed a monthly play reading night. The opening was Lord Dunsany's The Gods of the Nlozmirzinr. This play was presented by Miss May L. Keller, dean emeritus of Westliampton College. The Players hope to continue these readings next session and to secure a building suitable for stage presentations. THE 1952 IVEB ORGANIZATIONS AIR FORCE RIFLE TEAM AIR FORCE BASKETBALL TEAM L' I I AV i i I 5 drew Adamsg john Thomasg james Wickerg Louis Pittard. 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V . ,. w , ., X ,. - , .w 'IJVY -:I-ifi::1I...:.,... .5 rw. .. , y:.f::wr,L::Ftaw-,., I . 4 . J .,. ' Bs3ww ' xw1sfIsL?E'i5g.-law! .. f' . . w2wvff,.1: 2' . w -w 'w ,5 CNW, ,wa y , ,. ,,:f.-QKQARVFDQ, 'W 'lEQ5,W9i ag Kiwi Q: U e35,Q5lL..,-- - . . w Q- .gm-.Eg ,-w, . LY fri' wx ww., A w.. gwywi w. af. , ?f'0fS.ww5SE M' N A .21 --fmiw - Q 1-. ,gwwls Q- V ka.. .yw ,.ai,,kj 2, ". D 4. w ww, 1 wr.. , w X.. sw X xv www? Qu ,, ,ww uw V mx Pm 1-, LJ w ww ww. 25679 f. Ex ww W- 9,1 yy W ss. Nw . Y . , -Awww' f -.xg w. 'iw yi- ?m,L. -X -w.- w .. Q .ii- ' .sw f W., H.: L ,ww - ww - ' - www ww . .W " " dui .wr fgvj 2 ' ' ,ix A ww me .5 .. A wr. FRATERNITIES INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL. Left to right, jiri! row: Ira Druckman, p1'eride11t,' Guy Canlpbellg Jim Gahagang Page Hudsong Fitzhugh Mullinsg jim Sipe. Seromi row: Fred Bisgerg Roger Caulkinsg Sam Cardwellg Dick Anthonyg Dick Crow- song Phil Kirkpatrickg Don Edwards. Third row: jim Beckg George Aldhizerg Roland Clementsg Cliff Hughesg Andre Nielseng Bill Wfheelerg Nolting Rhodes. Ga ,atm THIS HAS BEEN the thirty-seventh year that the Interfraternity Council has been in existence on the University of Richmond campus. It is seen to be the unifying force among the Greek-letter organizations, promoting friendships and cooperation among them. The council supervises rushing, awards, trophies for scholarship and athletics among the Richmond fra- 164 DKJ ternities as well as being the primary force behind the social activities on the University of Richmond campus. Ira Druckman of Phi Alpha Fraternity was the 1951-1952 president of the Council, and james Sipe of Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity was the vice-presi- dent. TH151952WfEB FRATERNITIES HARLEQUIN CLUB. Left to right, fi1'.ff7'01lJ.' Edith Jacksong Edith Burnettg Ann Hanburyg Mary Creathg Ronnie Davisg Dick Jones, J'71'6.fi6J677If,' Betty Edmondsg Jim Sipeg Jo Fugateg Joy Selbyg Barbara Ferre. Second row: Bill Wheelerg John Lynchg Bob Somersg Joe Philpottg John Wooldridgeg Charles Finkeg Fitzhugh Mullinsg Dick Anthonyg Ira Druckmang Kenneth Ramseyg Bob Parsons. Third row: Al Coatesg Tom Beaneg Jack Edmondsg John Alberg John Dorseyg Jim Gahagang Nolting Rhodesg Joe Prussackg Bill Carter. ' Harlequin 61116 REPRESENTATIVES KAPPA ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON PHI ALPHA KENNETH RAMSEY JIM GAHAGAN IRA DRUCKMAN NOLTING RHODES BOE SoMERs JOE PRUSSACK KAPPA SIGMA PHI KAILPA SIGMA PHI GAMMA DELTA JOE PHILPOTT 1352 Lilgilf-I BILL CARTER BILL WHEELER RONNIE DAVIS SIGMA PHI EPSILON JIM SIPE . JOHN DORSEY PHI DELTA THETA LAMBDA CHI ALPHA JOHN WOOLDRIDGE CHARLES FINKE DICK ANTHONY THETA CHI FITZHUGH MULLINS TOM BEANE JACK EDMONDS BOB PARSONS AL COATES DICK JONES FORMED SEVERAL YEARS AGO and consisting of representatives from Richmond College and West- hampton College, the Harlequin Club has as its main purpose the betterment of the relation-s between the two schools of the University. At meetings twice a University of Richmond month the members exchange ideas and attempt to draw the schools closer together. The annual Harle- quin Club dance held usually during the Valentine season for students of the University is one of the main events of our year. L21 165 ,Cf ff' fffix' I Ufff ,f VL! L 1, Cf wa m vu ss v J EI may SF: P 1,0 my wi' uw-f L ,Mm- ff. ff! '4 fmmwiv. ',-Q-,'-fgw-aa' Www :TV 5 V E n ff y FSEK S rn Tu, 14 sigwwiitk ,swf W1 'iw FRATERNITIES Kappa Alpha ETA CHAPTER iv- w. 1 x NOL1-ING RHODES Miss PATSEY GLENN P1'f?.Fid672! Spa IZJU1' Founded at Wasliington and Lee University, 1865 Colors: Crimson and Old Gold Flowers: Magnolia and Rose Publication: Kappa Alpha journal! Eta Chapter Established atthe University of Richmond, 1870 KAPPA ALPHA. Lefl to right, Icp rout' Franklin S. Edmondsg Stokes Goodrichg John Hurclg Constantine Matchunisg Harry S. Stoneg Robert S. Alley. Sevofzd row: Claude W. Andersong Juan R. Andersong jack C. Baileyg Robert E. Baylorg Burton L. Boltong Kenmore Cardoza. Botlonz row: Samuel Crane, Jr.g John W. Edmonds, IH. Eh- 'er ae . tlll 'E Q ' ..t! N ,.,, . '--: - '- X ' A - 1 ii? U H .Q ..... ies jyx.J THE 1952 'WEB FRATERNITIES 3 ETA CHAPTER of Kappa Alpha Order under its new leaders, Nolting Rhodes, president, Ronald Price, vice-president, and Sale Houston, secretary, ably assisted by jack Edmonds, juan Anderson, Franklin Edmonds, Harry Stone, Ned Baylor, and Bobby Allen began another successful year in March of '51. We fondly recall the Rose Formal of last March. Equally vivid in our memories was the Alumni Ban- quet and dance held at the Commonwealth Club. Eta Chapter is immensely proud of brother Ron- nie Price Who made a grade of 100370 at the Kappa Alpha's National Officerls Training School held this Chapter year at Gulfport, Mississippi. He received an award from the National Order in recognition of this achievement. This term was marked with parties at the Jeffer- son Hotel, Chesterfield Grill, and brothers Stone, Kennard, McLeod and Willey. While Eta didn't lead the field in the number of men pledged during rushing season as we did last year, the chapter feels that we gained ten splendid boys to carry on our traditions. K. A. won both trophies "best fraternity float and best float in the parade" at Homecoming. KAPPA ALPHA. Lefz' I0 rigbi, lop row: jonathan Edwards, Jr.g Llewellyn T. Flippeng john C. Houlgraveg Alley B. James, Carey jonesg john McLeod. Sermzd row: Byron Peterson, Park D. Pendleton, Frank Phillips, jr., Charles R. Pitts, jr., Ronald S. Price, Kenneth Ramsey. Balfour row: joseph E. Spruill, Jr., Edward E. Willey, jr. GE .fi fr l ., :A - -2 -ff? i l Lg : ' , , yi ' :sir a i 3' ' 1 F? I .-Ql3at3. c 1 1 I s? 1 1 gi - , -. x vi: l- mggwj Mjggu . 131, 1 vi. . : gjgggsiiiiziirzf A- , . - ' W . ,asfag-. me 7' . . 4- . f imasw 'fra 1 - f- - -faux-agp as: l mf .ii My H. Ma .. Lffziizferxify of Richmond L-,Q 169 FRATERNITIES Phi kappa Sigma PHI CHAPTER , I., ..,., M., " N. . -fr .. W5 sf JIM SIPE MRS, WILLIAM C. DENNEY Prefidenl Spomor Founded at the University of Pennsylvania, 1850 Colors: Old Gold and Black Flower: Chrysanthemum Publication: Phi Kappa Sigma N ewx Letter Phi Chapter Established at the University of Richmond, 1875 PHI KAPPA SIGMA. Leff lo right, top Vow: Roy Caytong Newton O. Fowler, Jag Robert XV. Hudginsg Arthur G. Reidg Lawrence C. Zachariasg john W. Alber. Botmm row: Donald E. Areyg Marshall Asburyg Walter T. Brown, jr.g Curtis Cope- landg Albert Criglerg Williarn Dawson. se-' ,. osx lf, 170 ,NJ THE 1952 WEB FRATERNITIES . Phl ' ff . , 1. ig, ' U f .i'fi."Q.- 'L' A f 'inf '- ...., . S. .g ,4 , , 1 ' , .X .. fy, L, if ' -mf ., tra,-:-:yu . ,Q W, pf L . I " L. - l wppjsifxl XT.. 545'-I-f33f" i, 2 ' " iii L 3" . . . - ' -3. ' 1 I r - 4. ' Q 1 1 H if . .. ww l 'Tr flTTJ" I 'za A .- 5 ' if ,. ,ff-. , , ' V. .. ts 1 I A is- .f?5 .?"1f .Q l' SJ 't 5519 155 25 ,I fl - N g. : 4, W. '-MY ,-i s HOLD SKULL AND BONES, OLD MALT1ss12 Cnossf Once again our song echoed through the trees sur- rounding No. 1 Fraternity Row. Once again a frater- nity year was begun, and with its beginnings came great expectations that this year would be one of the best remembered of the seventy-five years during which Phi Chapter has represented Phi Kappa Sigma on the University of Richmond campus. With a desire in everyone's mind for something different along the lines of a social activity, the social chairman drafted plans for an "Apache Party," and on the night of February 9th the Apaches "partied," The pledge class with their acceptance of pledge vows were given a banquet at Ewart's Cafeteria. They were soon to find out "our work is where THEY find it:" leaves were raked, the lawn was cleared, and the kitchen and playroom received new coats of paint. Falling in line with remodeling, came the re- placement of the old ceiling in the living room which was generously donated by the actives. The biggest red-letter day on the Phi Kap calendar was the Spring Formal at the Virginia Room of the john Marshall Hotel on April 12th which was highly seasoned by an afternoon tea at the Skull House. PHI KAPPA SIGMA. Left to right, top row: William C. Dennyg John W. Deterg Gordon G. Fraling James M. Fryeg Ray- mond L. Knickg john S. Lynch. Bollom row: Samuel W. Parkerg Carlton C. Robertsg Paul Sheridang Albert L. Thomasg Ernest D. Turner, III. 1 Q' 3 f l i 1 f l l an--S fp- ta?" University of Richmond 1.21 171 FRATERNITIES Phi Delia Chain VIRGINIA DELTA CHAPTER .ra ' L if in : ul "9 I ' '- jg iw' I "" FITZHUGH MULLINS MRS. JOSEPH Onno P1'e.rirlent S 17 Umor ' Founded at University of Miami fOXford, Ohioj , 1848 Colors: Blue and Argent Flower: White Carnation Publications: The Scroll, The Palladizzm Virginia Delta Chapter Established at the University of Richmond, 1875 PHI DELTA THETA. Left to right, top row: Eugene Cunninghaing Franklin Foster, Ing Page Hudson, Ir.g Milton E. Leon- ardg Richard N. Moseleyg Robert C, Parsons. Bottom row: james W. Teabo, jr.g George W. Tutwilerg Ralph H. Clinardg Charles L. Finkeg George F.. Graminer. Vw we ei- "' I ' Q-ef "" 172 WJ THE 1952 IVEB VIRGINIA DELTA has added another rich, full year to its distinguished history. Ably guided by President Fitzhugh Mullins, the brothers surmounted the ob- stacles presented by the increasing manpower short- age and its accompanying problems and maintained a membership whose individual and collective achievements are comparable to those of any pre- vious or contemporary group. Page Hudson became the latest Phi to make ODK, and Bob Parsons co- captained the track team to further the Phi Delt tra- dition of leadership in athletics. In every intramural sport the teams fielded by the group performed creditably. FRATERNITIES Alf.. Virginia Delta Cha ter ulls Q ' f I .. A vital part of fraternity life consists of the social functions which it produces. Bob Parsons and his committee outdid themselves, with the help and sup- port of all the brothers in this field of endeavor. The number, quality, and variety of dances, picnics, and the like could hardly be improved. Several small affairs at "The Hutn in Highland Springs, the bois- terous Kulack Klambake, and the deceptively named Pig Alley Party led up to the always climatic Spring Formal at the Hotel jefferson. A house party at Nag's Head provided the finishing touch to a year of un- excelled fun and good brotherhood. Graduates will always remember Virginia Delta and Alma Mater. PHI DELTA THETA. Left fo right, 10,11 1'01u.' David W. Hartzg Robert R. jeterg Lewis B. Jones, james F. Lindsey, Wilbur M. Lovingg Henry F. Minor. Bollom 1'aw: Caswell W. Mooringg L. Mullinsg Ray T. Oglesbyg Charles F. Stanley, Walter D. Tucker. aff li Unizfersify of IziL'b7770l1ll 0,21 175 FRATEKNITIES Sigma ,4l,vl1a Epsilwfz VIRGINIA Tx-xu CHAPTER Y Iifilfifi " . Q Z I- in :F i' . JAMES GAHAGAN MRS. WILLIAM TllIMlN'IER P1'6J'idE7Zf ,S'p07z501' Founded at the University of Alabama, 1856 Colors: Old Gold and Royal Purple Flower: Violet Publication: The Rerord Virginia Tau Chapter Established at the University of Richmond, 1884 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON. Left to right, lop row: Raymond L. Breedeng Caleb G. Campbell, jr.g james M. Mackey, jr.g James F. Seitherg Frederick V. Thomasg Wfilliam T. Trimmer. S6C'07I6Ii row: Donald B. Beamang Harold K. Andersong Maurice L. Blackburn 3 Robert E. Browng James E. Clarkg Frederick R. Coates. Bottom row: James M. Collinsg Randolph L. Dunham. 5 QQ ' 35' IIQLIIIIQX, I I I ix' X ' A J U' I . i l -'A me 'ii - - QQ? I .1385 - ' III ' M' ,ng ft' y is Q, I .air mg . WIA . S23 Kiln algzzu I 35f5..II,,., I . . . P I Ii.: ,, f 5 f , E , piggy.. fy, C, ia... , " iii-, 1745K-J TH15 1952 IVEB FRATERNITIES Virginia Tau Chapter 's STRIVING TO LIVE up to the theme "a great frater- nity of great chapters," Virginia Tau began the 1951- 1952 school year with new vigor and determination for greater things here on the University of Rich- mond campus. Brothers Gahagan and Beaman, who represented the chapter at the 95th Annual Conven- tion and the 17th Leadership School in Chicago dur- ing the past summer, served as presidents for the year. Gahagan was assisted in the first semester by the following oiiicers: Blake, Breeden, Shotwell, Beaman, White, Haddon, Clark, and Trimmer. Bea- man was boosted in the second semester by Camp- bell, Mackey, Shotwell, Sadler, Somers, Wicker, Trimmer, and Waring. While these brothers held the offices, all brothers pitched into each job. A highlight was the pledging of eighteen new men during the first semester to swell the rolls, recently lowered by graduation and "Uncle Sam." Chesterfield Grill was the scene of a number of suc- cessful parties-including the big banquet and dance for the new pledges. Many people are still wonder- ing how the "world" was removed from the "Y" porch the night before Homecoming. Then there were all those fellows who got "pen" crazy and were rewarded with the belt line. Yes, the year was truly filled with many memorable occasions. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON. Lefl to right, lop row: Harvey L. Ford, Charles S. Moss, Ralph E. Peachee, Thomas J. Proffitt, Ir., Wallace Roark, Donald L. Rowe. Second row: William XV. Sadler, Henry Savedge, Robert L. Scott, Malcolm G. Shotwell, Robert S. Somers, Jimmy F. Sublett. Bolfom raw: Stephen G. White, james C. Wicker. ' ' ' " ' ' ' ff' 'f f ""f'v'm'-v"' s . 1 'ge' 6 . or at J 5 it f , . ' ' 1 3 'S' -0 if 1 119 3 . 32 lg, 1 1 gi l ii- ' .-if .,. 1 . K 1- s.. - W C. . C ks' 'Ti "7-' Q t ' 1 in . i . lr. Y it 1 Q. ' 37 1. .H1h'fi"i:' 3 " ' , A F :ES LDMAV. ,,. .W , .. gfiii' frm vu . ' Ngi' ft- 5914525 1 1 1 l Uuirfersity of Richmond - ag-vw ww - Z Y 5 T '1,,-.- ' 1 7 Q71 ir mf - 5, . , ' ' Lili 175 FRATERNITIES Z7 I Gamma Dalia RHO CHI CHAPTER ' a- '. fail?" rot - L, ,fi I F 'fflfm , Ch .Q-pigg y , ww: -- H ry I nj' f7' ' O. WARREN LONG MRS, E, C, LONG Preridenl Spamm- Founded at Washington and jefferson College, 1848 Colors: Purple and White Flower: Purple Clematis Publication: The Phi Gammm Della Rho Chi Chapter Established at the University of Richmond, 1890 PHI GAMMA DELTA. Leff lo right, mp row: Ted F. Adams, James E. Beck, Robert L. Boggs, Norman R. Dodlg john P. Graybealg jackson S. Hippsg Garvin C. Martin. Second row: jack Payneg Franklin D. Tuckg George Via, Spencer Albright, George R. Aldhizerg Martin E. Barnetteg Irby B. Brown. Bottom row: Robert L. Burrus, jr., William I. Carterg Ronald H. Davisg William D. Fleming, Vaughan Gary, jr., Lucien Hall, Jr.g Robert Hannah. .. 'Q ... Eat' 'UF' 176 yan, TH13 1952 WEB Rho Chl FRATERNITIES 52:-of NWHEN COLLEGE SONGS and College Lays are faded with their Maker's Days . . Another year in the annals of Rho Chi chapter has past! Arriving in September, the Fijis greeted the new Student Cen- ter and looked forward to a year under the leader- ship of Long, Beck, Hipps, Pollard, and Aldhizer. Starting with a "Steak Fryl' at Camp Chinquapin, Phi Gam social life built up to climax with the gala Fiji week end, Friday night's Fiji Island Formal, Saturday's outing at Camp Richmond. A great pledge class of twenty-one culminated its activities with initiation and annual Norris Pig Din- Chapter ner at Hotel John Marshall on May 5. Many alumni faithfully returned to share again the Friefzflrbip within Delta's fold. In intramurals the Fijis captured the I.F.C. trophy for '50-'51 and took top honors in football competi- tion in the fall. For the first time in Rho Chi history, the chapter received "Honorable Mention" in Cheney Cup com- petition, which is awarded for the best over-all Fiji chapter, and took second place in national scholar- ship improvement. "Our glorious chapter is our pride." PHI GAMMA DELTA. Left I0 right, lop row: Alvin Ildes, Van Irvine, Walter C. Jackson, III, C. L. Jennings, Ernest Lums- din, Thomas H. Markley, Charles A. Mink. Second row: James Murphy, William W. Nicholls, joseph Norman, John E. Nye, Stuart Omohundro, Bob Ossman, Ballard Pierce. Bottom row: Thomas Pollard, David B. Propert, Williain K. Roberson, Samuel B. Taylor, Averett Tombes, Marshall W. Tuck, Charles Tullah, james Woinble. Q V. ,. it - fi , W. X, T mil ' in HH will . sl- jj 1: .aa - ,sea nj 1 ,rss ess: 1' il .g I ' M :gr lmwj. ,, ii 'F U, Mer 'i . jj , jj N Y 1, fl. 77.1, Us X E :fri 'l :wuts iz as Fr zsgfrj 1 .. .. ll ual' gi f- .. '? G2 'C'- Ufzizfersilj' of Ricbmourl 'gill 177 A iff kappa Alpha OMICRON CHAPTER - ix' iz- -25 R. FOREST PERSONS Mlss BARBARA MCGRAW President Sponsor Established at the University of Virginia, 1868 l Colors: Garnet and Gold Flower: Lily of the Valley Publications: Shield and Difzmomi, Dagger and Key Ornicron Chapter Established at the University of Richmond, 1891 PI KAPPA ALPHA. Left 10 right, lop row: Rewel A. Bynumg Kenneth Tobiasg Conrad Barefordg james R. Brierg Samuel P. Cardwell. Barlow row: Roger W. Caulkinsg ohn W. Guyg Edwin M. Hakeg Edwin Hall. J Y lyglyij 1952 IVEB OMICRON CHAPTER of Pi Kappa Alpha again finished another year of success. Under the skillful leadership of Forest Persons and Sam Cardwell, the Pikas enjoyed a year of true brotherhood and fellow- shi . V The chapter's record in scholarship, athletics, extra- curricular activities, and social attainments is one in which "the wearers of the oshield and diamond" are proud to boast. The Pikas had many of its member- ship in positions of campus leaders. On December 8 the local chapter was again host to the Annual All-State Pika Ball. Brothers from the chapters at the University of Virginia, William and Mary, Washington and Lee, and Hampden-Sydney FRATERNITILES XXX L Omicron " 'P Chapter 54-ii f Afgiiqf af- '--' attended. Miss Barbara McCraw represented the local chapter as dream girl. The Pikas welcomed back Dick Fitz who decided to do graduate work at Alma Mater. The brothers also cheered the return in February of brother Flan- nagan after a long and serious illness. Parties and "smokers" highlighted the pre-rushing season. After rush week the chapter welcomed into the brotherhood many outstanding pledges. In March the Founders' Day Banquet was the big social event for the semester. The affair was enjoyed by pledges, actives, alumni, and their guests. The so- cial year of Omicron chapter wars successfully round- ed out by the house party held in June. PI KAPPA ALPHA. Left lo rigbl, top row: james Hatchellg George G. johns, Linwood C. Matthews, jr., Benjamin E. Norfleetg james S. Phillips. Bottom row: Roger Hart, Edgar L. Turlington, Ing Edward A. Wayne, jr., Charles F. Wiltshire. L L LL..- L L L LLMLLLLLL LLL L ,.LL...L- , L - L L LL L L L L N, UlIf'l-'67'5ifJl of Richmond 0,211 179 FRATERNITIES Kappa Sigma BETA BETA CHAPTER 1.359-' , ig? 35" 3,1 WILLIAM B. WHEELER MISS CLAIRE ANN WIIEELER Pfeifdlflli Spgyzfm' Founded at the University of Virginia, 1869 Colors: Scarlet, Green and White FLOWER: Lily of the Valley Publications: The CZZQKZKEEZZI, The Sim' ami Crescent Beta Beta Chapter Established at the University of Richmond, 1898 KAPPA SIGMA. Left to right, top row: john M. Aldersong Leo C. Antonuccig Frank W. Browng Russell L. Cheathamg Wil- liam E. Noble. Bottom row: J. D. Parcellg Anthony N. Raccioppog Glenn R. XWlIitmerg jack C. Alsopg Richard B. Crowson. l lgoylig TPIE l952'IVEB FRATERNITIES in-ree r '1l9Xl5i Nik fe' ilibtrisf r. I.'MfviiYii.'ytPT UW Hy JN 5 WHEELER DID sUcH A GooD JOB that we decided to bring him back again and he led Beta Beta through another big year. The Spring Formal, held at the john Marshall Hotel was a great success. New brothers were initiated, and a new TV set came to grace the living room. Few brothers returned and we were almost a skeleton crew. But again we came through strong in all intramural sports. Homecoming rolled around and due to lack of fmanj power our new Qmow 'em downj float got left out. However, the house looked fine and we copped first place in decorations. The post-game get- together was probably the biggest of our year. But close behind were our "Francaise" and "Dogpatch" Beta Beta Chapter parties which were also enjoyed by all. The living room furniture received new covers along with new paint for walls downstairs and up. Officers were: Antonucci, Alsop, Jones, and Bishop, followed by Raccioppo, Cheatham, Watson and Phil- OHS. P The Founders' Day Banquet and Ball at the Rich- mond Hotel was a big success and Wlieeler was chosen "Man of the Yearn for our district. Again we face the loss of many brothers due to graduation and the draft, but our large and very good Pledge Class of nineteen men should fill these places very well and make next year for Beta Beta better than ever before. KAPPA SIGMA. Left to rigbl, top row: joseph F. Coxg E. H. jonesg Charles E. Keener, joseph J. Krivitskig Kenneth M. Mace. Bottom row: Christian P. Napoli, Edward R. Nobleg Joseph C. Philpottg jose M. Portellag Herman M. Richardson. H y gi.. F E. , i VWTY ' 'W ' as ' i. l "5Ii'Lis:: li' ' i ' l ' 1 ' iff. - - l 1' ' Q,-.4 1 ,Q Q' V A '51 1 ...iffi it F Y Y '. X! . ' l 'tv . :-:l-7.:,- . K . , i 6 ' 5, L., l' l Qt l . I J' ' ' -. i - - . ' ixfgrys , , 2, '. .J ' l .- "7-,,,: ' "M" .r Q T " ".....ffEl.?. . ' F21 ...... ' H' "' Qi' C " . .A it . 1 11' "1" 253325: M "ff ' if P.: ff ntizfi, v iiggfmffigaijglglifi ,J QQ -551' aw,-f 'fau - i:.4j" fig-5 1 rage 4 ,M--, ' f F 9 . .l 'Af' Q2-1-K-E:f15ri:r ffjiil., ,Z . .,.. , ,f , , 1 , ',j,-.j,l- if" : I -- 1 ,QL F4-.rf If-V F1 Www! :il 42- -x - .-I 1-.I '- 'fi I"2eiiii'.i..'r:::,aigE?fstf2.2f.::f: Q. ,.1ff2'.3 -E' 'T T 1 f - gn-V l U'1Zi'UE7'5if.j' of Riclwmoml N YE,-ESE C241 181 FRATERNITIES Sigma Phi 5,vsi!014 VIRGINIA ALPHA CHAPTER d"o"0 2' "1 15? : ZCD E : 3391.0 sys 0,0 en- ' 1 Q LC. RALPH MARTIN Miss JACKIE CAMPBELL P7'6'J'i6f67Zf Spmzyar Founded at the University of Richmond, 1901 Colors: Royal Purple and Red Flower: American Beauty Rose Publication: The Sigma Phi Epfilozz journal Virginia Alpha Chapter SIGMA PHI EPSILON. Left to right, lop row: Kenneth B. Bryang William W. Chafhng Sidney Hunter, Jr.g Howell Lewisg David P. Londong Albert M. McCue, Ing Byron G. Olson. Second row: Joseph W. Porterg Charles E. Rutledgeg Franklin Skinnerg Rex Adams, Jr.g john E. Beasleyg Lawrence B. Bondg john I.. Booth. Bottom row: Douglas Clarl-:g jabe F. Cooperg Dwight W. Cumbeeg Hecter Davis, IIIg Luther I. Dickensg john B. Dorseyg Donald W. Fowlkes. ss' RS' 182 yy, THE1952 WEB FRATERNITIES 1952 . . . AND THE BEGINNING of Sigma Phi Epsilon's second half century of existence and prog- ress, for it was fifty years ago this year that our sacred brotherhood was founded at the University of Rich- mond. This, the Mother Chapter of our Order, can look back with pride over the past few months. We began our many activities in September, for even before the opening of school the brothers from far and wide journeyed to Richmond to celebrate our fiftieth birth- day. We joined in with proud hearts and greater ex- pectations for the future and thus helped to make Virginia Alpha Chapter our Golden Anniversary Conclave an event to be re- membered forever. When college opened again along with much work, we had great fun. In rushing we experienced a good year, pledging twenty-one good men. In in- tramurals our teams were in there fighting and com- peting for Virginia Alpha. It only remains to be said that we of the Mother Chapter, sal-ute our six officers: Martin, Skinner, Wooldridge, Chafhn, Rutledge and Williams who led us so well, never without skill in helping us to achieve that which we respect and call-a well-rounded campus life. SIGMA PHI EPSILON. Left lo right, tap row: Joseph M. Gardner, Eugene W. Harker, Ward Harkrader, jr., Kenneth L. Hodder, Richard Howard, Clifton Hughes, Charles S. Hynes. Second row: Richard M. Keith, Edward R. Ketchie, Ted Mas- ters, Frank H. Mater, Jr., Dewey Mongerg Richard D. Moore, Robert K. Neale. Bottom row: Andre Nielsen, Eugene H. Payne, William F. Peach jr., Madison R. Price, Edgar P. Roberson, jerry M. Sandvig, Hunter F. Spencer, jr., john B. Wool- dridge, Ir. n - 1 - Q Z? i , an !E'1 ii, I XI! gi ki? il -5 YL' Uilizfeuvity 0fiRiL'f7ll70?16l LAI 185 FRATERNITIES Chem Hifi OMICRON CHAPTER ,,45.i'Rv X +5 DEANE GEIER MRS. DEANE S. GEIER Prerzdefzi 5117011501- Founded at Norwich University, 1856 Colors: Red and White Flower: Carnation Publication: The Rattle Omicron Chapter Established at the University of Richmond, 1915 THETA CHI. Left to right, mp row: W. G. Armbrechtg Iulian W. Clarkson, jr.g Thomas R. Currieg Williaiii Eudaileyg Don- ald B. Gibsong Hervey S. Jonesg George H. Poffenburger. Sec0mZ1'ow.' Joseph Purinaig George R. Trotterg Howard B. Wilkinsg Willard T. Alleng Robert E. Batemang Charles S. Binghamg William E. Browne. Botlom row: Haynie W. Craftong Ronald L. Finkg Emanuel J. Ganakisg john Geiserg Cecil R. Greerg Billy C. Hillg Ralph J. Holland. 184yCJ TI-IE1952 IVEB FRATERNITIES ALMA MATER FIRST, Theta Chi for Alma Mater! Yes, we feel that we have lived up to our motto this year. The fraternity supported wholeheartedly the "new looki' football team by cheering them on in their victories and weeping in their defeat. Same goes for the varsity basketball team. In intramural athletics the fraternity did not field its usual touch-football team, but walked off with its league volleyball championship. However in the play-offs the team lost to the strong Air Force team. Omicron Chapter The fraternity's two big social events of the second semester were bigger and better than ever. The "Bowery Ballf' held at the White House, assumed an even more "Gay Ninetyn spirit, and proved fun for all. The annual Mason-Dixon jubilee was hosted by Maryland, held in D.C., at the Hotel Washington, and attended by members from all Theta Chi chap- ters in this region. The annual Christmas Party for underprivileged children was most successful. THETA CHI, Left lo rigbf, mp row: William Howellg Philip B. lngramg Eugene jefferson, Charles H. johnson, IIIg Henry H. Kampsg Edward C. Kopp, Phillip H. Kirkpatrick. Second row: William Mcliissickg Ronald G. Manng Alton F. Oweng Preston Purdumg Williain S. Ratchford, IIIQ David Talamasg Allen C. Thomas. Bottom row: George F. Tideyg Thomas Wheeler, Richard L. Whitmore, Robert D. Wilsong Jerry C. Witheringtong Thomas Witteng Gerald Yagel. i Ufzifuersity of Riclamoml L21 185 FRATERNITIES lambda Ehi Alpha ALPHA CHI CHAPTER . 'Q RICHARD ANTHONY Miss Horus ANTHONY Preyidefzzf Sp amor Founded at Boston University, 1909 Colors: Purple, Green and Gold Flower: Wlmite Rose Publication: Cross ami Crescem' Alpha Chi Chapter Established at the University of Richmond, 1918 LAMBDA Cl-II ALPHA. Left to right, lop row: William Abronskig William B. Benjamin, Ir., Roland P. Clement, jr.g john H. Fetherston, jr., Louis D. Parham. Botfom row: Robert W. Walker, Clifton L. Warren, Coan G. Agee, Thomas O. Beane, Albert W. Coates, jr. 12- ff'- 'HUGH Q. 'W' iz-7, 1 ., sg -54. 1 -, mx. "V X di . 'f . ffig niaai 186 jykvv TH E 1 952 'WE B FRATERNITIES Q HIGH ALPHA Dick Anthony led Alpha Chi Zeta to one of the most successful years ever. We were well represented in intramurals, with two on All-League team. Football Captain Johnny Mack Brown was named to the Associated Press' All-Virginia lirst de- fensive team. Other oilicers were Bill Abronski, vice- president, Roland Clement, secretary, and Bill Ben- jamin, treasurer. Lambda Chi men were everywhere -publications, Glee Club, Y.M.C.A., Honor Coun- cil. The first big party of the fall was in the King Carter Hotel's Stonewall Room. Big event, though, was the renewal of the All-State Ball in the John Alpha Chl Zeta Chapter -- Marshall Hotel on Founders' Day, March 22. Pledge Trainer Gene Thomas instilled in the minds of neophytes the history, traditions, customs and laws of Lambda Chi. Still one of the newest among national fraternities. We were still largest, from standpoint of chapters with 159. Alpha Chi men proved that college is not just the cramming of books. With more work, parties, extracurricular activities and other fraternity func- tions coming to the fore, Lambda Chi continues to learn that brotherhood is a word whose meaning lies in the all-round efforts of each man. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA. Left 10 right, top row: james A, Coates, James R. Comer, Thomas W. Downing, jr., Everett P. Haydon, jr., Francis P. Kick. Bottom ww: Albert C. Limbrick, jr., james M. Moseley, jug Robert E. Pflugg Alvin L. Shefheldg Wilbur E. Thomas, Dave W. Urquhart. li la, Wo. Uiziuersity of Richmond R N 0,241 187 FRATERNITIES lllzi Alpha RHO CHAPTER IRA DRUCKMAN Mns. MURRAY DRUCKMAN Preriilenl Spmzmr Founded at George Washington University, 1914 Colors: Red and Blue Flower: American Beauty Publications: Phi Alpha Bulletin, Phi Alpha Qzmrterly Rho Chapter Established at the University of Richmond, 192 5 PHI ALPHA. Left lo rigbt, top row: Allan L. Blochg Murray J. Dickg Richard I. Floring Fred B. Bisger. Bottom row: Ed- ward Bleckmang Morton Brownsteing Andrew N. Cyprusg Marvin Dollin. a iry 2' 'Qin we 4 183 yd, THE 1952 IVEB i X - T Rh FRATERNITIES O um , 1 1 . 1 .. Chapter if- 4 c - vu I it I K 'A it A . f 5 , 1 , 4 V RHO CHAPTER of Phi Alpha found a new meaning and revitalized spirit to fraternal life as it returned to the University after the summer. Social highlights throughout the year were numer- ous and varied for the Red and Blue of Phi Alpha. Pledge parties, hay rides, picnics, private parties, and linally Rho Tau made a full social calendar for Phi Alphans. The word Rho Tau, which strikes a familiar note to all students on campus, gained added im- petus this year. Considered to be the outstanding social event of the college year, the Rho Tau dance was traditionally held in the Mosque Ballroom. Scholastically, Phi Alpha again demonstrated that it was tops among the Greeks, winning the frater- nity scholastic cup for the third time in the past four years. Positions of distinction on campus again emerged from the ranks of Phi Alpha. Those positions held by Phi Alphans in the past year included: president of the Interfraternity Council, Student Government officers, class officers, chairman of the Honor Coun- cil, officers of campus organizations, and positions on student publications. For those graduating, they will always remember Phi Alpha and Alma Mater. PHI ALPHA. Left to right, top row: Gerald A. Ezekielg joseph A. Harnettg Henry Leib, Arnold Hoffman. Bottom row: Joseph S. Prussackg Don Rhodesg Sidney Zuber. ,a.l,.?a1.-Y-a ---,.,,. .ff-W - , . . , . . ', w . L ' U l 1 l as sz' l v-"1 'W I 5 Uni-versity of Ricbm 0 nd si is is I aft 189 11 FRATERNITIES Alpha elm ALPHA DELTA W. TEMPLE BENNETT MRS. TEMPLE BENNETT Prerident Spomor ALPHA DELTA Founded at the University of Richmond, 1923 Colors: White and Copper Flower: White Rose AT 1111 A TNTITTA I mfr in vx'i0l1l.' Charles Beckettg Marvin Kirby-g Clarence Mooreg Milton Snyderg Richard Stennett. l 190 jyxj THE 19521171313 FRATERNITIES T. g r i."'i2Q7i:'eif.: ,. n a k ata zlWT'f" Tm S t g p- -, 1 Qmgg-.1 algal. -fvxhs na S -fy ip' ,Zn gm, . ffk:f',Q'f'g--'. lj- v:,,.Li,.-.jz,,,.c - ' ya' as ' pri., T45-c:g,z3iQ'r'f'1"',, ' , " , . 1' -Qzgwh-J. ., p if 522 fgefiff.-if F ",Ql's'l5:Tfi.' , "if .x: - 'QQ-vl'f7.lffQf'.TQ L" gf: 1325544-:MH ':373..'Q "xl'g'?f1 fiffj fab- 1551 YZ.-. .if :-- w.113'1sz'T ,A'-wa'-f.f-i'j:w1?gQ','- 1- - 'f??,3?.E,l-1':.v:' v,:1 ,'Lfgg5y' iw 'Alf-'te if-A.-.H S' f?rE21Li1" .4 -211 .1 11- f ,-1 Q: ggi.- EEQEQ5-.tQ1w'sg '1t1f','f9gQfa1faEt.ifJ fkiEii',fs5.e-1125 4... ' 1 .pi-.1gf"fv'1 ,i,"CA,.f,f1j1' 1-.1mgigfjQh1f2:f,if'.1TL...,, fLF,ja,v-a'I",Q"ga::-as A ' .V 3535- A. -,- Y - H, ,,ywg,g,, A 's Av 1, g.f,5i'-f 1-A W1-,.:tf,'r'3.f. 5. vf3':?'?-f?Li?I2i . '!'.l:i?g3i5'f65i5g,1, "fe "iff ' 51155, QQ. 'l'ltJf'ik 5"9i'i'ii,92f: '7iE5fi53f fri V- If ,Q s. 55,32 .jp-5.4! , 45.31 35E:jyf:?:,gl'y. fag 1 1:5611 ag' . 'du' " ti 9 , , i- ?fgf',,. it " H fmf'm1l was : F, -. . ig ,v'- 451-'M-fjw-a."wij-ir, 9"""lrfy' .. This year marks the 29th year of Alpha Delta as an organization and the 25th year as a ministerial fraternity. Having been founded in 1923 as a club, it was organized into a fraternity in 1927. The fore- most endeavor of Alpha Delta has always been, as it is now, to promote a well-rounded social life for the prospective minister, being keenly aware always of the best christian principles. On this the 25th year of our organization as a fra- ternity we would like to look back over the silver years and pay a verbal tribute to the many truly able men who have worn the white and copper pin. We are grateful for the high principles of living that they have handed down to us as a guide and we trust that we and the brothers of the future shall continue to rim, 1 .-p,t3ig,iw1rW3,,:f build on this firm foundation which they have laid. The brothers look forward each year to the annual spring banquet as the big social event of the year and at the close of school there is an outing at some tidewater resort. Several of the brothers, this year, have been active in other fields besides those men- tioned in the charterg that is the conferring of M R S. degrees upon members of the fairer sex. To those who contracted the fatal disease of the heart, we ex- tend our heartiest congratulations and to their wives our sincere best wishes. This year Alpha Delta has had the good fortune of pledging boys whom we consider to have out- standing ability and to them we hand over the reins of the future. ALPHA DELTA. Lefl lo right: Richard Stevensg Carlton Thomasg Bill Dillardg Bob Harng Cecil Marsh. Ufzizfersity of Richmond aft 191 ,4 fhlcfics "May we always honor you, Our Dear Old Red and Blue 24 IQ 5? 5 H15-A 4 O W, 3 x 'si -am.. 4 :Af , I j ,. 2 1 .1 .5 uf gal- nf ai r 33? ,Y 'w ATHLETICS ! UNIVERSITY CHEERLEADERS. Clorkwife in the f0reg1'0mzd.' Ted Adamsg Sue Petersg Sam Taylorg Beverley Randolphg Ronnie Davlsg Ann Helmsg John Lynchg Eleanor Bradford. WIN, WIN, WIN 'Qvhl' . Win, win, We're gonna win today for dear old Rich- K I H mond U5 Win, win, no one can stop the Rebels in the Red and Blue- .-ng, 0, Fight, fight, fight down the field IF fl A I Until the other team gives ing Make another score and then- gh: y i W y I y We can do it again and win, win, win 1011, you know kk we're gonnaj -Hey. fSong by Bernie Waynej 194Jyg-,V THE 1952 IVE13 ATHLETICS 1 VARSITY CLUB. Lef! to right, fir!! raw: Pollard, Antonucci, Jergermt at m'mJ,' Skinnerg Fryeg Pecuch, p1'eJide1zt,' Raccioppo, vice pre.riderzf,' Elliott, .recretm'y,' Jordon, lrea.rm'er,' Baylor, publicity ngenl. Serovzd row: Porterg Cheathamg Loehrg Tyler, Nelmsg Thomasg Farris, Reid. Third row: Shoemaker, Areyg Alberg I-Ieathg jonesg Moughamiamg Ossman. Fam'fhro1u.' Leg- gettg Bauderg johnsg Zupicichg Dorseyg Sipeg Gavlick. Fifth row: Rileyg Sgrog Ingramg Brierg Berry. Sixth row: Kickg Kelleyg Garciag Christenseng Krumelg Thackerg Bricker. Wh rsiry ahri r hi Wah The Varsity Monogram Club of the University of Richmond was reorganized here on the campus last spring after a long period of inactivity. Made up of letter winners in the four major sports, the Club has two major aims. First, the members endeavor to raise student interest and participation in athletics. Secondly, the Club promoted the new Spider Spirit by sponsoring pep rallies along with a Homecoming Dance held after the William and Mary U71ill61'.Yflj' Of Richmond game. This was the first Homecoming Dance the University has had in several years. The Varsity Club was also host at the Greek Week Dance last spring. Although this was the first year of the new Varsity Club it was indeed a successful one. It has been one of growth and progress. As long as the members keep the idea of service to the University rather than recognition for individual athletic achievement, the Varsity Club will continue its success. CZK 195 ATHLETICS ffzxff 01 E i!Yi'J1'4? Richmond Richmond ,J ff' fl 10 W? Z vi! Richmond Richmond ,fxj Richmond F F7 f 1 Q: Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Z 1 F? , 1 ,, f ,,, . ta il, if 9153! Richmond Richmond SCQRPS 13 Randolph-Macon .. o V. M. 1. ....... . 6 Wake Forest . . O West Virginia . . . 26 Davidson ........ 14 William and Mary. . 7 Boston College . . , 14 Stetson ....... 14 V. P. I. .......... . 7 Wasluiiigtoii and Lee 20 George Washington. FOOTBALL TEAM. Lefl A0 righl, Fri! row: Tom Markley, mmmgery Mike Potkovacg Bill Bauderg Paul Sheridan Brent Holderg Russ Winng John Gavlickg Glen Krumelg jack Buchinskig john Zupicichg Bob Sgrog Leo Androconisg Dick Evens Bob Reileyg Joe Hanlong Tom Pollard, mmzager. Second row: Bob Reidg Bobby Tylerg Bud Thomasg Dan Ingram Charlie Heathg Tony Raccioppog Leo Antonuccig joe Purinaig Bill Farrisg johnny Mack Brown, mpmirzg Charles Kellyg Pinky Loehr Corky Fowlerg Bill I-Iowellg jim Fryeg jim Sipeg Ralph Shoemakerg Vic Falls. Third row: Ted Shreves, mfzzmger Ed Elliott lggydj THE 1952 IWIB No SOFT TOUCH HERE The Spider "new look" was ushered in before 10,- 000 fans at the City Stadium, but before the night was over, the spunky Randolph-Macon Yellow jackets, before bowing 13-6, gave Coach Ed Merrick and the smartly dressed Spiders some anxious mo- ments in their debut. The Jackets moved early to take the thunder away from the Spiders, scoring on a 26-yard pass play. The Spiders rallied in the second quarter to overcome this deficit. Fullback joe Purinai and halfback Corky johns accounted for Richmond's two touchdowns. Neither side was able to cross the final marker in the second half as each team checked scoring drives with sterling defensive play. A 15-yard scoring jaunt by Don'Arey in the third quarter was called back on a clipping penalty. Richmond's line play was spirited throughout the game with line backer john Gavlick standing out. KEYDETS GAIN REVENGE The vengeance-minded Keydets from Lexington unleashed a powerful attack and defeated the Red ATHLETICS and Blue in their second game, 54-O. The Richmond team, still lacking experience, showed its best offen- sive in the first quarter. On two successive plays Fullback Purinai and Halfback Johns gained 57 yards. The Spiders' attack then bogged down and remained so during the rest of the game. Although the Spiders were behind from the kickoff, the morale was high and the team fought until the final gun sounded. DEMON DEAcs ARE Too MUCH Travelling south for their third game the Spiders were met by a 56-6 drubbing at the hands of the Wake Forest Deacons. Scoring in every quarter the Foresters easily defeated the Richmond team and moved into first place in the Southern Conference. The Spider's only score was made in the third quarter. Sparked by Bobby Taylor, the Spiders moved to the 3-yard line where fullback John Zupicich car- ried it over. Scoring the first time they had the ball, the Deacons stood out throughout the game defen- sively as well as offensively. The Spiders, gaining little on the ground, made 86 yards in passing against the seventh ranked team in the nation in defense. Don Arey, Frank DiArmig jim Brier, Ray Knickg Carl Bricker, Eric Christensen, Walt Garcia, Frank Kick, Bob Berryg Toby Bonds, Sherwood Frostickg Charlie Bellisg Al Pecuchg Emmet Poindexter, mamzgefx Fourth row: Ed Merrick, bend roarbg Paul Rickards, wacky L. D. McNeal, lmi1ze1',' Dr. Pittg Art Reidg Alan McLamg Bill Thackerg Hugo Marochig Charles Fuller, Chris Napoli, Corky johns, Mac Pitt, cofwbj Louis Miller, 6'0l16'h,' Ralph Shoaf, mfzcbg Esau, lmifzerg Boyd Williams, mach. University of Richmond -diff 197 ATHLETICS il EVN ,. yi "E 1 H Head Coach Edwin Merrick confers with Spider Captain johnny Mack Brown. MOUNTAINEERS MAUL SPIDERS The Spiders, still recovering from V.M.I and Wake Forest, travelled to West Virginia for the fourth game with high hopes of upsetting the Mountaineers. Like the Spiders, West Virginia's ranks were also sprinkled with lower classmen. Before the afternoon was over these freshmen and sophomore backs had handed Richmond a 24-0 defeat. Remembering the wallop Washington and Lee had given them, the Mountaineers covered the Spider receivers and only allowed Tyler and Bauder to com- plete 4 out of 21 passes. Richmond's ground attack was also bogged down most of the afternoon, but Freshman John Zupicich carried 15 times to collect 65 of Richmond's 95 yards on the ground. A SPIDERS BITE THE WILDCATS Scoring more points than in the four previous games the Spiders sent the favored Davidson Wild- cats home with a 25-6 defeat. The Richmond team showed who was boss from the kickoff. The defensive linemen, led hy Walt Garcia and Erik Cristensen, held the Wildcats to 45 yards rush- ing. Ed Elliot deserved special praise as safety-man, as he set up three Richmond scores. The quarter- backing of Bill Bauder and receiving of jim Brier also helped spark the Spider attack. Richmond first scored in the first period when Corky Johns hucked over from the one-yard line. The second and third quar- ters saw Elliot set up two more touchdowns that Zupicich and Purinai carried over. A Tyler pass to Brier accounted for the Spiders' final tally. Through- out the game the Spiders looked impressive and led the Wildcats in all departments. we-ug COACHING STAFF. Left to right: Louis "Weenie,' Miller, arriizfant coach, Boyd Williams, line coachg Paul Rickards, barle- jield fojfenraj cofzclag Ralph Shoaf, bfzckyfeld fdefemej coach. 198 jyxmi THE 1952 'WEB ATHLETICS Left: Bill Farris gains 8 yards against V.M.I. Right: joe Purinai falls into the end zone to score against Randolph-Macon. T HE INDIANS ARE ALMOST SCALPED "Up" after the win over Davidson, the Spiders took to the field before a Homecoming crowd of 5,000 and outclassed and outplayed the Indians from Williamsburg before bowing in the last 45 seconds of the game. Wasting no time the Spiders surprised William and Mary on the first play with a 51-yard pass from quarterback Bill Bauder to Ed Elliot who carried the ball into the end zone untouched. After the conversion the Red and Blue led the Indians, 7-0. The Indians quickly retaliated and by the end of the half led, 13-7. Although Richmond was unable to score again until the final period, their play re- mained excellent. The Spider's final tally climaxed an 88-yard drive sparked by the running of john Zupicich and Corky johns and the passing of Bobby Tyler. Bauder passed for the extra point and put the Spiders ahead, 14-13. The Spider line led by Johnny Mack Brown, Tony Raccioppo, and Leo Antonucci checked William and Mary drives through the rest of the period. With 45 seconds left to play, the Richmond fans saw their dreams of an upset shaken by an 18-yard disputed pass that gave the Indians the game, 20-14. Although beaten on the books, Richmond had won a moral victory and sent the Indians home badly battered. SPIDERS TRAVEL To BEAN TOXVN The Spiders, red hot after the near upset over Wil- liam and Mary, were cooled ohf by a driving rain and near-freezing temperatures in the second half Left: Corky Johns gains 5 yards against the Keydets. Right: Purinai carries for 4 yards before going down in the V.M.I. game. Uvzivefsity of Richmond -,fig 199 fi'FHLET'llCS Lefi: Ioe Purinai drives for 5 yards against the Davidson Wildcats. Right: Corky Johns smashes through for 30 yards after tearing his jersey in the V.M.I. game. against Boston College. The Spiders grabbed the lead in the first quarter but yielded to the weather and the running of Boston Colleges' Irwin, Kane, and Mikulics to be defeated, 21-7. Richmond's touchdown came as the result of a pass interception. Quarterback Bobby Tyler hit Fullback joe Purinai with a pass on the Eagles' thirty, and joe took it to the ten. Halfback Billy Farris scored on the next play, and Freshman Bill Thacker converted to give the Spiders a seven-point lead. The Spiders were able to gain only 4 yards rushing through the stout Boston College line. Quarterbacks Tyler and Holder passed for a total of 85 yards. SPIDERS TRAVEL To SUNNY SOUTH After the cold reception in Boston the Spiders travelled south to Deland, Florida to engage the Stetson Hatters. Although the usually wicked pass- ing attack of the Hatters was stopped by the Rich- mond defense, Stetson unleashed a powerful ground attack and defeated the Spiders, 19-14. Sparked by the running of Halfbacks Jerry Gallagher and Ful- mer Armstrong, Stetson scored as the result of three sustained drives. The Spiders were led by the passing of Bobby Tyler who completed 11 of 22 passes. 200 DKJ Both of Richmond's touchdowns were made by Tyler passes, the first to End Bill Howell and the second to Bill Farris. Bill Thacker accounted for the Spiders two placements. SPIDERS DENT GENERALS Thanksgiving Day at the City Stadium watched the Spiders fall prey to the Waslmingtoiu and Lee Gen- erals. Scoring in every period the Generals were able to beat Richmond, 39-7. Although on the losing end the Spiders were impressive with 161 yards passing against the top ranked team in the nation for pass defense. It was the largest dent made by any foe all year against the Generals. The Richmond touchdown was a lethal screen pass from Bobby Tyler to Joe Purinai. joe took the pass and picked up his screen of tive Spiders to race 45 yards into the end zone. The Generals were sparked throughout the game by their senior quarterback, Gil Bocetti. Bob Berry was outstanding in the line for the Spiders. 4 GOBBLERS COME To LIFE Virginia Tech ended its victory famine at 18 games by scoring twice in the iirst six minutes of play. The Gobblers went on to a 20-0 lead at halftime and held THE 1952 llf'E.B ATHLETICS THE RICHMOND SPIDERS that placed on the All-State Team are, left to right: First team, Erik Christensen, offensive tackle, Johnny Mack Brown, deferzrive line backer. Second team, Ed Elliott, mfely mazrzj Tony Raccioppo, defemive gzmwi. on in the second half to beat off the Spiders desperate comeback to win 20-14. The alert Gobblers turned fumbles by Reiley and Johns into touchdowns. Quarterback Bobby Tyler was guilty of another bobble which the Techmen capitalized on to score their third and final touch- down. The Tech drives were sparked by their school- boy All-American, johnny Dean. In the second half, the Spiders moved for their first score by a relentless ground attack. Zupicich bulled over from the one and Sgro converted. Richmond's final tally came in the fourth quarter as a result of Purinai's 15-yard dash around end. The conversion by Sgro was good and the Spiders trailed by only one touchdown. Richmond's hopes for victory were nipped by an interception of Bobby Tyler's desperation toss. Tech's ability to capitalize on Spider miscues proved to be the difference. SPIDERS SURPRISE GEORGE WASHINGTON The Spiders realized their full potential by turning back a highly favored George Wasliiiigton eleven. The Spiders overcame a sterling performance by Ufziifefsity of Ricbmmzal George XWashington's Andy Davis to win 20-19. Davis smashed Charlie justices' Southern Conference rushing record, but it was not enough to beat the in- spired Spider play. A sixty-four-yard scoring pass from johns to Ed Elliot on the first play sent the Spiders ahead. George Washington countered with a touchdown by Andy Davis, his first of three. Richmond took the lead by Bobby Tyler's 25-yard payoff pass to Corky johns. The score at halftime was 13 to 6, in favor of the Spiders. A crunching ground attack sparked by the running of Bill Farris and John Zupicich resulted in the final Spider score after a march of 75 yards. Zupicich climaxed the drive by punching over from the three. Andy Davis sparked the Colonials to two fourth- quarter touchdowns which fell short by one point of tying the game -up. Sgro's conversions proved to be the margin of victory. A desperation heave by Davis almost pulled vic- tory out of defeat in the dying moments of the game as George Washington's Barreira failed to hold onto the ball. -1,21 201 ATHLETICS .. .A.Q. KRUMEL GAVLICK GARCIA Wwwig ANTONUCCL BAUDER TYLER PECUCH THACKER LOEHR BROWN 202 jpkj '3.,......fiL THE 1952 IVEB ATHLETICS Q - rf' -,hs 1 FALLS PURINAI Baum INGRAM Kgwfwg AREY Fmuus jo!-INS WINN KELLY KICK University of Richmond L-,Q 203 A THLETICS VARSITY BASKETBALL. Left to right, fir!! row: L. T. Miller, axfirtrzlzl wacky B. Saundersg W. Mills, Gahagan, S. Moughamian, Cflplftlillj E. Stephenson, D. Roweg T. Boyle. Back row: T. Leggett, 77Zfl77KlgE7',' W. Dawsong R. Cheathamg B. Holderg G. G. Whitehorneg R. Blankenshipg E. Ketchieg M. Tuckg R. Reid, M. U. Pitt, comb. '57 I3 W, W , if ri THE 1951-52 SPIDER BASKETBALL season may be classified as one of building for the future. To this point it must be considered a successful one. The prospects of having the likes of Warren Mills, Don Rowe, and Jim Tardivo around for three more sea- sons, warms the hearts of all the Spider faithful. The season's record of 7 wins and 15 losses fail to tell the true story. Sparked by veterans Elmo Stephenson, Jim Gahagan, and Captain "Shack" Mougharnian, the Spiders gave notice that they were a team to be reckoned with by dropping close deci- sions to North Carolina and West Virginia, the lat- ter a national power. The early part of the season was marked by a vic- tory famine due mainly to the presence of new men on the squad who were not used to working with the veterans. A short bench plagued the Spiders all season. The loss of key men due to fouls in the lat- ter stages of the game always seemed to turn the tide against the Spiders. The season was highlighted by 40-point splurge by Elmo Stephenson against Mount Union College to bring the Spiders their initial win. This wiped out 204 lyxy I the University individual game scoring record of 32 points set by the all-time Spider great, Freddie Gantt. Quite often three or more members of the team would score in double figures. The caliber of basketball improved as the season progressed as the new members gained experience. The addition of Freshman jim Tardivo at the begin- ning of the second semester bolstered the team con- Siderably. In the latter part of the season the team began to get that polished look and demonstrated their true potential by sweeping four out of their last five games, including a 19-point upset of tournament- bound William and Mary. The Spiders posted im- pressive wins over Hampden-Sydney and Mount Union. Hampden-Sydney was defeated twice on the strength of one point. In each case this point was supplied by scrappy Warren Mills in the final sec- onds of play. Other victories came at the expense of VMI, VPI, and Randolph-Macon. A tight scoring duel between Elmo Stephenson and Jim Gahagan climaxed itself in a tie as both men wound up the season with a total of 307 points. THE1952 IVEB A l'HLETlC.S' MOUGHAMIAN STEPHENSON Wwgffy Univzfersify of Ricbmofzcf MILLS ROWE GAHAGAN fg55gifMfQ'Z'q5 11,21 205 ATHLETICS Captain Simon Moughamian lays one up against W8zL. The rebounding of jim Gahagan and Don Rowe stood out during the campaign. The snappy floor play of WHIIC11 Mills proved to be a crowd-pleaser all season. Elmo Stephenson's drive and scoring abil- Elmo Stephenson Q17j scores two points against Mount ' Union. 206 jYx..m Warren Mills finds way blocked by West Virginia's All American, Mark Workinan. ity along with the generalship of Captain "Shack,' Moughamian were always evident. Stephenson and Gahagan received considerable at- tention on the All-State team balloting. Don Rowe rebounds the ball during the Hampden-Sydney game as Mills f12j and Moughamian U35 look on. THE1952 WEB SEASON'S RECORD ATHLETICS Richmond Richmond Quantico .... . . . North Carolina .... Richmond West Virginia . . . Richmond Mount Union ..... Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Washington and Lee. . . George Washington Virginia .......... V.M.I. .......... . Wfilliam and Mary . V.P.I. ........... . Hampden-Sydney . . . V.P.I. ....... . Virginia ....... West Virginia . . . Maryland ......... Georgetown ....... Washington and Lee V.M.I. .......... . William and Mary . Richmond Hampden-Sydney . . . Richmond Maryland ....... Richmond Randolph-Macon . . . Jim Gahagan finds the basket for two- points against V.P.I. INDIVIDUAL SCORING Center Don Rowe is clipped by a V.M.I. cadet. University of Ricbm mul Stephenson ............................ 307 Gahagan . . 507 Rowe . . . 283 Mills ........ . . 191 Moughamian .... . . 186 Tardivo ...... 69 Holder .... 26 Saunders .... 18 Whitehorn .... 10 Ketchie .... 9 Cheatham . . . 3 Boyle ..... 7 Wright ..... 6 Blankenship . . . . . . . 5 Total ..............,............... 1,432 SCORING AVERAGES Stephenson ............................. 14.6 Gahagan .... . . 14.0 Rowe ........ . . 12.9 Moughamian .... . . 8.9 Mills ......... . . 8.7 -diff 207 ATHLETICS CROSS COUNTRY. Left to right, k7ZC'8li7Zg.' Ted Mastersg Tom Kelsog John Dorseyg Bill Jordang Bob Ossmang George Par- sons. Stm1di1zg.' Coach Hardyg Bill jamesg Bob Hannahg Madison Priceg jim Wilsong joe Porterg Ned Baylorg Don Stokes, mfzmzger. .6nf2.s's I Q5 SEASGWS RECORD C Richmond. V. M. I. . . . . . . Virginia AAU .... - Richmond 6th Richmond. H. S. .... . . . Richmond N. C. State 15 Richmond. U. N. C. Big Simi Meet ..... - Richmond 3rd Richmond. W. 8: M. Richmond Maryland ...... 15 Richmond. Davidson Richmond Virginia ....... 25 208 Dim IHE 1952 IVEB ATHLETICS SEASONS RECORD THE SPIDERS opened the indoor track season by sending sprinter Waster Nelms and high jumper Ran- dolph Kientz to Washington for the Evening Sim' Meet. Nelms upheld his reputation as being one of this section's top sprinters by taking 4th, Sth, and 5th in the 50, 80, and 100-yard dashes, respectively, run- ning against some of the country's top athletes. In the Big Six Meet, Nelms copped a third in the 60-yard dash. Bill jordan, veteran Spider distance ace, took third in the mile run. Nine men traveled to Chapel Hill for the annual Southern Conference Indoor Meet Where they became the first Spider track team in many seasons to garner points in this meet. Nelms and Kientz were the point- gatherers, Nelms taking 4th in the 60-yard dash, and- Kientz tying for third in the high jump. Bill jordan took 5th in the mile to finish just out of the scoring, WALTER NELMS running the distance in the fine time of 4:34. Captain fadtrnr Tract INDOOR TRACK. Left 10 right, reared: Joe Porter, Tom Kelso, Ned Baylor, john Dorseyg Will james. Sfmzdivzg' Coach Fred Hardy, Bill jordan, Bob Ossmang Tom Beane, Orrin Morrisg Paul Middletong Ed Wayne, mnmzger. Ij7Ii'I!67'.S'ifJl of Richmond L-.ffl 209 ATHLETICS F -ff-My n. J' ' i , TRACK. Left to right, kfzeelifrgs Bob Hannahg Tom Kelsog Bob Ossmang Bob Parsonsg Walter Nelmsg joe Spruillg Bill jordang Paul Middleton. S1:mdmg.' Ed Wayne, mfuzagerj joe Porterg Tom Beaneg Frank Skinnerg Orrin Morrisg Ray Oglesbyg Ned Baylorg Coach Fred Hardy. Crack - I 957 SEASON'S RECORD Richmond ...... 37 Richmond ....., 74M Richmond ...... 59 Richmond ...... 64 Richmond ...... 5 1 Richmond ...... 49 In spite of a none too impressive season, the Spid- ers came up with record shattering performances in the 100- and 220-yard dashes. Sprinter Walter Nelms lowered the University's mark for the 100-yard dash by clocking a :09.8 at Quantico. Tom Beane, 220 210 ykn V.P.l. ........... 94 Hampden-Sydney .. 47M Quantico ........ 72 William and Mary. 67 V.M.I. .. 80 virginia ... .. sz ace, also picked this meet to record a new University mark of :22 Hat in his specialty. Murrel Nuckols, team captain, led the individual scoring mainly through his efforts in the hurdles. The group under Coach Hardy displayed excellent teamwork. THE 1952 TVEB ATHLETICS -.:.?l. Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond 8 12 2 3 4 ......13 . 5 3 . 5 . 9 BASEBALL, 1951. Lefz to right, fi1'.fl.1'0'l0.' jerry Framptong Billy Mitchellg Ralph Gravesg Bob Stephensg Roy Pauletteg Ralph Owensg Curtis Parkerg Simon Moughamiang Warren Longg Ellis Redford. Second row: Coach Pittg Matt Hudginsg Russ Cheathamg Paul Loehrg Bobby Tylerg Coach Miller. Haseba!! 7951 SEASON'S RECORD Yale ..... Dartmouth . . . Delaware Hampden-Sydney ...... Washington and Lee V. M. I. ........,... . Washingt V. P. I. . Maryland V. P. I. . lJ72i'L-'81'5i1fy of Ricbmowid on and Lee Richmond . . . Richmond . . . Richmond . . . Richmond ...... Richmond ...... Richmond ...... Richmond . . . Richmond . . . Richmond . . . WON William and Mary ..... 1 George Washington . . . Maryland ...... . . . 11 Randolph-Macon . . . . 5 V. M. I. ....... . 3 West Virginia .... . . . 4 West Virginia ........ 10 George Washington . . . 1 Virginia .... ...... 5 11 LosT ...... 8 C241 211 ATHLETICS - y- L, askin.. 1 ff im' 31 ,ggi-1 gmt it-" ,ri A , ,, 'teams we 1 Russ Cheatham scores as Eli catcher misses ball. THE 1951 SPIDER baseball team ended up with a record of 11 wins and 8 losses. Beginning with a 9-8 loss to Yale the Spiders, playing superior ball, went on to win six of their first nine games. Throughout the season the Spiders held down first or second place in the Northern Division of the Southern Con- ference. With two weeks to go disaster struck when the Pitt men lost to Maryland and later both games of a double-header to West Virginia. As a result the Spiders ended up in fourth place in the Northern Division. The team looked good until that late sea- son collapse. Weak in the hitting department the team was strong in the field and this defense accounted for many of the wins. First base was ably covered by Bob Stephens who also led the Spidersin hitting with an 212 jjky average of 554. Stephens signed with the Cleveland Indians after he graduated. A great double-play' com- bination covered second and short, Warren Long and Russ Cheatham, respectively. Long, only a junior, showed promise of becoming one of the all-time Spider greats. "Shack" Moughamian covered third base with Matt Hudgins playing behind the plate. Paulette, Loehr, and Owens covered the territory in the outfield. The Richmond pitching staff was led by Billy Mitchell Q4-Oj and Jerry Frampton Q6-25 who made the All-State nine for pitching efforts. Pinky Loehr and Bob Stephens were also choices on the All-State team. Another bright spot in the sea- son was the record number of double plays at Mill- hiser Field in one game The team under the coaching of Mac Pitt displayed fine ability. THE1952 IVEB INDIVIDUAL BATTING AVERAGES' Bob Stephens .... Ralph Owens .... Paul Loehr ...... Simon Moughamian. . Roy Paulette ..... Russ Cheatham . . . Warreii Long .... jerry Frampton . . . Ellis Redford .... Ralph Graves .... Billy Mitchell .... Matt Hudgins .... R H 16 25 7 15 15 19 16 19 7 15 15 16 14 16 5 4 5 4 2 5 O 2 3 5 AVERAGE .554 .289 .284 .264 .242 .255 .219 .210 .166 .158 .125 .061 ATHLETICS PITCHING RECORDS WON LOST Mitchell .... . . . 4 0 Frampton . . . . . . 6 2 Graves . . . 1 5 Ketchie . . . O 1 Loehr .... 0 0 Paulette .... 0 0 I willy, I 5 Q I . 9.-,. ' ,mg ' A ' .Q-,,. .,..4, .'. " ' , A-Jig ,.,.,fw End.. -- W I M.-'feh?11-....,2, v ,., --2. .-..e:" M ' 4-,.- 4,1-f. --f-.nge . -, -, .- ,I ,nf-Q-, g ,L ' mf:-,' Mei' '- ' "1 ,,,. 3 5 '-15 P: 'fJ',,Q-- F .. -,. , ...., -ii 15, A p L gpm '47 ,,xY, ,,,,.,, . , A-W ...K . ."!'f.- -:mb .- ,,,,. ,L .- 5-I -.'--1--QZQMLJ. , La- -'ww . . if-.m.,f-.fi-'.-,-- ., ii, 6? 1 '. -- , lm .. ' 1 .,-'Ji' Zf4Qf214?ll-If-3P5?"'F'Qf5f"1'f3,l2.'?,'f?5gHiTgu-+':2i9-'ir-f fn-,Qig.1.Qle,', ...., 1- Stephen stretches for put out against Hampden-Sydney. Univemity of Richmond kyqf 215 ATHLETICS 5 "isa 5 2? ig: 'iiiu vfgmiiim . iw W Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond West Virginia scores as Matt Hudgins retrieves ball. i952 1-ilASERf4li1l. EQECGEQD Yale .................. 5 Randolph-Macon ........ 2 University of Pennsylvania. 1 Lehigh ................ 6 V. P. I. ................ 7 Maryland .... .... 1 Virginia . 3 V. M. I. ............... 5 Richmond ...... 8 Richmond ...... 1 O Richmond ...... 1 Richmond ...... 5 Richmond ...... 2 Richmond ...... 5 Richmond ...... 5 Richmond ...... 5 Richmond ...... 0 Washington and Lee .... 5 ' 'ia Washington and Lee ..... 4 Hampden-Sydney ........ 8 5 V. P. I. ........... . . . . Hampden-Sydney ....... 2 Maryland ......... .... 1 Randolph-Macon . . . . . . . 0 Virginia ...,.... .... 1 V.M.I.... ....4 2 1 ?Vf'i?f??ii 141 KXXYEHMQ, 1 My 2 'N ., .Q x! L i fat- A f-ink? on- 5 Roy Paulette slides into third against V.P.I. v H .,, ,,..: T fa. , it-. -. -- igmzw-,sep -.-a -- af V ZMINJ THE 1952 UVEB TENNIS 1951 Left I0 ugh! from row: Jim Coferg Bill Nobleg Don McGuHing Bob Armstrong Back 1010 Jim Morri son Carlton Thomasg J. B. Weaverg Coach McNealg Bruce Dovell Canals, il 951 Richmond Richmond SEASONS RECORD William and Mary . Virginia .......... Richmond V.M.I. ........ . Richmond Hampden-Sydney . . Richmond V. P. I. ........... . Richmond Washington and Lee Richmond V. M. I. .......... . Richmond Hampden-Sydney . . Richmond Randolph-Macon . . Tennis was revived on the Richmond campus after of the squad. Corky Brimm playing in the number an absence of several years The Spider's record of one spot, posted the best individual record taking one win and eight losses points to the inexperience four matches While losing three U7lZU6751fy 0 RlEl7m07Z6Z A THLETICS fatraraaral ?aataall, 7 95 7 PHI GAMMA DELTA-Champions FINAL STANDINGS CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFF LEAGUE A W L Phi Gamma Delta ................... . . . 22 Phi Gamma Delta ............ . . . 7 0 Ministerial Association ' I Q ' 7 Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... . . . 5 2 Sigma Phi Epsilon ..... . . . 4 2 Theta Chi .......... . . . 2 4 ALL INTRAMURAL TEAM Transportation . . . . , 2 4 BACKS1 Dofmitofl' ---- - - - 2 4 Smith, Phi Gamma Delta Phi Alpha ...., .............. . . . 0 6 Breeden, Sigma Alpha Epsilon LEAGUE B W L Webber, Kappa Sigma Ministerial Association ........ . . . 6 0 Thomas, Ministerial Association Kappa Sigma .....,... . . . 5 2 Air Corps .......... . . . 4 2 LINEMENQ L2I1'I'1lDCl2. Alplla .... . . . 3 3 Long, Gamma Delta Phi Kappa Sigma . . . . . 2 3 S i I Q IA i i Pi Kappa Alpha l v p G h U 0 5 tennett, Ministeria ssociation P1-iiDe1fa Theta , , , , , , 0 5 Beckett, Ministerial Association fatraraaral Basketball, 7 95 7 PHI KAPPA SIGMA-Champions FINAL STANDINGS LEAGUE A W L Phi Gamma Delta .....,...... . . . 13 2 Theta Chi ........ . . . 12 3 CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFF Sigma Phi Epsilon ..... . . . 11 3 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ..... . 6 8 FIRST GAME Dormitory ......... . 5 7 . . . . . . . 4 Phi Alpha . . . . 4 9 Ph1KaPPa Sigma 8 Kappa Alpha . . . 5 11 Phi Gamma Delta .... . . 36 Town Team ................. . 1 12 LEAGUE B W' L Phi Kappa Sigma ............. . . . 13 1 SECOND GAME Lambda Chi Alpha ..... . . . 12 2 Kappa Sigma ..... . 8 5 Phi Kappa Sigma .............. . . . 39 Phi Delta Theta . . . . 7 5 , Pi Kappa Alpha i s I 1 s 1 u Q 7 7 Phi Gamma Delta .... . . . 32 Barracks ............... . 4 9 Ministerial Association .... . 3 11 i Law School ............ . O 14 216jymJ THE 19521171313 ATHLETICS intramural Crack, I 957 SIGMA PHI EPSILON--Champions RESULTS OF EVENTS Mile Rzm-Brier, PiKA, first, Payne, SPE, second, Smith, Phi Gam, third. Time-5:25. 100-yfzrd dark-Brown, SPE, first, Johns, PiKA, second, Peachee, SAE, third. Time-:11 flat. 440-yard dash-Nuttycombe, SPE, first, Wood, Phi Gam, second, Harkrader, SPE, third. Time-:57 flat. 880-yawl run-Altman, Phi Gam, first, Anderson, Phi Gam, second, Robinson, SPE, third. Time:2:29.1. 220-yarn! dash-Nuttycombe, SPE, first, Brown, SPE, second, Boggs, Phi Gam, third. Time-:26.1. 60-yan! dark-joluns, PiKA, first, Peachee, SAE, second, Lieb, Phi Alpha, third. Time-:7.5. Broad jump-Nuttycombe, SPE, first, Arey, Phi Kap, second, Anderson, Phi Gam, third. Distance- 20 feet 4 inches. Shot-put-Coates, Lambda Chi, first, Donohue, Phi Gam, second, Raccioppo, Kappa Sigma, third. Distance-43 feet 10M inches. High jump-Fraser, Phi Gam, first, Lewis, SPE, second, Zacharias, Phi Kap, third. Height-5 feet 6 inches. 880 relay-SPE, first, Phi Gam, second, SAE, third. Time-1 146. . INDIVIDUAL SCORING intramural Softball, 1957 MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION-Champions FINAL STANDINGS LEAGUE A W L Phi Gamma Delta ............ . . . 6 O Theta Chi ............ . . . 4 2 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ..... . , . 4 2 Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . . . . 4 2 Dormitory ..... . . . 2 4 Kappa Alpha . . . . . 1 5 Phi Alpha ..... . . .M 0 6 Uzziversity of Richmond Nuttycombe, SPE .... . . . . . . . . . . 15 Johns, PiKA ..... . 8 Brown, SPE . . . . 8 TEAM SCORING Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . . 55 Phi Gamma Delta . . . . . . 25 Phi Kappa Alpha .... . . . 15 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ..... . 5 Phi Kappa Sigma .... . 5 Lambda Chi Alpha .... . 1 Phi Alpha ........ . LEAGUE B W L Ministerial Association ........ . . . 7 Phi Kappa Sigma . ....... . . . 5 Lambda Chi Alpha .... . . . 5 Kappa Sigma ....... . . . 5 Law School ....... . . . 5 Phi Delta Theta . . . , , , 2 Pi Kappa Alpha . . . , , , 1 Barracks ...... , , , 1 ulff 217 ATHLETICS Wfea faaaaya T affaya ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD. Lefl to fight, Jezzled: Janet Johnston, Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw, Louise Tull, preyi- devzlg Miss Mary Jane Millerg Nancy Lay. Slmm'iug.' Geraldine Paul, Ann McCann, jo Fugateg Diane Evans, Beverly Priddyg Nancy Baumgardnerg Sue Peters. ,A ffhfefifrf ,asaaafafiaa THE ENTIRE STUDENT BODY participated as mem- bers of the Athletic Association in a year-around program designed to foster greater sportsmanship, cooperation and friendliness on campus. The Association began the year's work with their traditional Orientation Week picnic where freshmen were introduced to the various athletic competitions and the work of the A.A. A few weeks later, there was the long hike and food waiting at Bosher's Dam. At Christmas time-the Snow Ball. Then, there was the class spirit-the noise and 218 KJ excitement of class games, the hanging and taking down of banners, the frequent practices in prepara- tion for the A.A. Song Contest. At the end of the year, awards were given at the A.A. Banquet. Those who had shown superior sports- manship and skill were recognized as enthusiastic athletics leaders. In such a Way were the activities of the A.A. di- rected toward a bettering of Westliampton Spirit and the strengthening of the classes-through actual hard work and participation. THE1952 IVEB Sm! Winners THE SEAI. is AWARDED by the Athletic Association only to those upperclassmen most outstanding in leadership, sportsmanship, and service in sports as well as in other phases of school activity. This year's seal wearers: Ann McCann, Diane Evans, Blazer Winner, and Lou Tull, President of the Athletic Association, showed themselves well-rounded in dif- ferent aspects of college life. They proved their worthiness by their active participation in class and varsity athletics, excellent school spirit, and the high- est qualitiesof leadership and sportsmanship. BLAZER WINNER. Diane Evans. University of Richmond ATHLETICS at iapms up in it easel? Hi SEAL WINNERS, Left A0 right: Louise Tull, Ann Mc- Cann, Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw, Diane Evans. l6'!zzzc'r Wilmer To WEAR THE WHITE Westluampton Blazer, the winner must have earned letters in three different varsity sports. The sports in which letters have been won are designated by stripes, and stars denote the number of times each letter has been won. The red Westhampton emblem on the pocket of a white jacket indicates that the wearer is an outstanding participant in several varsity athletics. Diane Evans, this year's winner, has lettered in hockey, basketball, and track, and has served as basketball manager. 'LAI 219 ATHLETICS Miss Fannie Crenshaw, head of the Physical Education Department. l Miss Mary Jane Miller reaches to do a "flick." 220 DXJ THIS YEAR the Physical Education Department, un- der the direction of Miss Fannie Crenshaw, again offered a varsity program in hockey, basketball and tennis. Some players took advantage of the summer hockey camp. The hockey team was coached by Miss Mary Jane Miller. In january, basketball sessions be- gan under Coach Crenshaw. Coach Eva Parrish took over the tennis courts for spring practices. Archers from Miss CrenshaW's class participated in the Tele- graphic Tournament. fu l Miss Eva Parrish demonstrates how "to take the horse" in apparatus. THE 1952 IVEB A Lg' ,H 715: '7 wifi? -- L ' , V 5 , - M V 7 .. ,Q ,H ,, 7 7 777777 7 77, m, V, ,A H, :'f.wf':L 4 H ------ M-:- ATHLETICS XV N 2 ? 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Left to right, jirrt row: Arnett Kizziag Betty Atkins, Beth Carpenterg Jo Eckert, Ann Holmesg Janet Johnstong Bobbie Croning Nancy Lay, Louise Hudginsg Mary Ann Logan, Harriett Stubbs. Second row: Nancy Carpen- terg Carolyn Johnsong Sue Kegan, Dizzy Stuart-Alexanderg Barbara Bullg Ruth Entsmingerg Geraldine Paul, Gayle Mephang Laura Mappg Pat Kantnerg Iackie Ayre. Third row: Beverly Priddyg Diane Evans, Barbara Magyarg Bobbie Becknerg Jane Sheemag Miss Mary Iane Miller. THE WESTHAMPTON hockey team, coached by Miss Mary jane Miller, attained a record of three wins and four losses this year. First team hockey letters were awarded to Bobbie Beckner, Jo Eckert, Diane Evans, Ann Holmes, janet Johnston, Gerry Paul, Beverly Priddy, Nancy Lay, jane Sheema, Lou Tull, and Betsy Williams. Westhampton Richmond Club Westhampton Little Colonels Westhampton Longwood . . . Westhampton ...... 6 R.P.I. ........ .. 1 Westhampton ...... 1 Madison ........... O Westlaampton ...... 1 William and Mary .... 2 Westhampton ...... 2 Sweet Briar ......... 4 Jane Sheema and Miss Miller received iirst team positions on the Virginia Team while Diane Evans, Gerry Paul, and Betsy Williams were on Virginia's reserve team. 222 jyx.J ALL-STATE HOCKEY. Left to right, filling: Jane Sheemag Diane Evans, Gerry Paul. Sf!I77!fi7Zg.' Betsy Williams, Mary Jane Miller, Conch. . THE 1952 IVEB ATHLETICS SENIOR CLASS TEAM. Left to right: Ann Holmesg Har- JUNIOR CLASS TEAM. Left 10 riglalf Kay Bealeg Ruth riett Stubbsg jane Ratclilfg Bobbie Becknerg Diane Evansg Entsmingerg Betty Atkinsg Gayle Mephamg Nancy Carpen- Dizzy Stuart-Alexanderg Lucy Dearing. terg Ruby Vaughan gljane Sheemag Beth Carpenterg jo Eckertg janet johnstong Geraldine Paul. RECQRD UV 012 Lori Tied is-f 25" Kffll' 'fr-'J Seniors . . 2 4 O juniors .... . 6 O 0 gif , iii F47 J 6 Sophomores .. 4 2 0 6' I T . A ,H J QM T W1 Freshmen . . . 0 6 O E SOPHOMORE CLASS TEAM. Left I0 rigbl: Carolyn john- FRESHMEN CLASS TEAM. Left 10 right: Pat Minorg song Sue Kegang Barbara Magyarg Beverly Priclclyg Kix Alice Creathg Jean Carterg Arnett Kizziag Miriam Thurstong Presnikoffg Ann Hanburyg Bobbie Croning Laura Mappg Virginia Swain 5 Jackie Ayreg Pat Kantnerg Mary Ann Nancy Grahamg Peggy Browng Barbara Bullg Nancy Layg Logang Margie Blevinsg Barbara Howardg Alma Pitt. P Betty Mozingo. Uizizfersiiy of Ricbmofzrl CJK 223 ATHLETICS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. Left lo right, ritlifzgx Ann Hanburyg Ruthl-lntsmingerg Betsy Williainsg Barbara Croning Louise Tullg Susan Smith. Kfzeeliizg: Beth Carpenterg janet johnstong Gerry Paulg Ethel Smithg Frances McEverg Harriett Stubbsg Jane Sheemag Nancy Graham. Simzdirzg' Miss lvfary jane Millerg Margaret Browng Virginia Lee Huntg Anne Burnetg Diane Evans, cnpming jo Fugateg Barbara Magyarg Nancy Flingg Roberta Becknerg Beverly Priddyg Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw. Vaaaia Basra aim!! THE WESTHAMPTON VARSITY BASKETBALL team retained, in spite of a great deal of competition their traditionally fine record. There were an unusual num- ber of close games this year. The first game with Lynchburg, resulting in a tie, produced enthusiasm on the campus while the' hard-fought win of the Red and Blue against their toughest rival, Sweet Briar, climaxed the season. The team played cooperatively under the coaching of Fanny G. Crenshaw. Varsity letters were awarded to Bobbie Cronin, Diane Evans, Nancy Fling, Jo Fugate, Barbara Mag- yar, Gerry Paul, Beverly Priddy, Jane Sheema, Lou Tull and Betsy Williams. Frances McEver was awarded an honorary service letter. 224 jyxj VARSETY BASKETBALL QECORD Westhampton Westlmampton Westhampton Westlmampton Westhainpton Westliampton Westliampton Lynchburg . . . . . . 51 Madison . . . . . . 32 Longwood ........ 50 Petersburg Club .... 19 William and Mary. . 39 R.P.I.... ...28 Sweet Briar . . . . . . 26 THE 1952 WEB ATHLETICS 1 a SENIOR CLASS BASKETBALL TEAM. Kneeling: Frances JUNIOR CLASS BASKETBALL TEAM. Left to right, jimi McEver. Left Io righl, Jlm2r!i1zg.' Jo Solesg Lou Tully Diane row: jane Sheemag Virginia Huntg Lou George. Second Evansg Barbara Ferreg Charlotte Babbg Bobbie Beckner. row: Gerry Paulg Nancy Flingg jo Fugateg Betsy Williams. THE JUNIOR AND SoPHoMoRE classes tied for in- tramural basketball honors. The traditional Odd- Even resulted in a victory for the Evens, 49-29. S CLASS RECORD H7012 Lost Juniors ..... . . 5 1 my H M Sophomores . . . . 5 1 Seniors . . . . . 1 5 I Freshmen . . . . . 1 5 SOPHOMORE CLASS BASKETBALL TEAM. Left to FRESHMAN CLASS BASKETBALL TEAM. Left l07'igZ7l.' rigbf, jim! row: Nancy Layg Laura Mappg Barbara Cronin. Ruth Oweng Sue Snnithg Ethel Smithg Margaret Englishg Serofml raw: Barbara Magyarg Peggy Brown g Beverly Priddy. Alice Creathg Barbara Howard. U11if1,.'er.s'ify of Kivbmozzdi Ljfi 225 ATHLETICS TENNIS. Left lo right, from row: Jill Lobachg Betty Atkinsg Lou Tullg Jane Sheema. Bark'r010.' Carolyn johnsong jerry Paulg jo Fugateg Laura Mapp. In B 4 , . 5' -'Z' l .1 M lr' Q57 TENNFS, SPWNG 1951 Westhampton ...... 5 St. Catherines ........ 2 Westluampton ...... 3 Sweet Briar .... .... 2 Westhampton ...... 4 R. P. I. . . . . . 1 Westhampton ...... 2 Byrd Park .....,..... 4 r Westhampton ...,.. 3 William and Mary ..... 4 ' ii 1 B-'N l Wfesthampton ...... 1 Byrd Park . . . . . . . . . .. 5 ......l.,. , r - YZ- f wt V. Y 1 5 l rw im W - w ww 3: w w m ul' ww- it uv m - ww m u ru . Y W H w, m H I my mu ,H . . H, H H, w V u Jill Lobach sends a fast serve over the net. zzsjmg THE 1952 WEB ATHLETICS TRACK RESULTS, IQSJ 50-YARD DASH 2ud: DIANE EVANS 4th: SARAH SHERMAN 75-YARD DASH 2nd: DIANE EVANS Srd: BARBARA MAGYAR 1,00-YARD DASH Zndz BARBARA MAGYAR 3rd: DIANE EVANS RUNNING BROAD JUMP lst: BOBBIE BECKNER 2ncl: JANET JOHNSTON Srdz NANCY FLING RUNNING HIGH JUMP lst: NANCY FLING 3rd: GINNY LESUEUR MAJUNE LINDSIEY HOP-STEP-JUMP Srd: GINNY LESU EUR HURDLES Gerry Paul goes back for the shot-put. Znd: BOBBIE BECKNER SHOT PUT 2nd: BARBARA MAGYAR 3rd: GERRY PAUL BASKETBALL THROXV If lst: BETSY WILLIAMS Srd: LAURA MAPP RELAY E' if iiiflfggl ' in 5 5 Brd: 1953 Left: Bobbie Beckner takes off at the broad jump. Rigbi: Louise Hudgins, Barbara Magyar, and Diane Evans await the signal. I,f7liI,'0l'.Yfl-J' of Ricbmmicf L-,fl 227 ATHLETICS , - , ARCHERS. Left lo right: Betsy Willianlsg Rosa Ann Thomasg Beth Carpenterg Billie Bryan. WW Military T HE 1951 ARCHERY TEAM downed William and Mary, 1406-1274. Betsy Williams was high scorer of the match with 345 points. In the Telegraphic Tour- nament, Billie Bryan and Betsy Williams took Na- tional B ratings with 402 and 376 points, respectively. Beth Carpenter took a C rating with 323 points. 228 Din TROPHY WINNER. Billie Bryan placed in Class B of the Telegraphic Tournament with 402 points. T1-113 1952 IVEB ATHLETICS CHEERLEADERS. Left to right, jiri! row: Bootsie Beamang Margie Blevins. Second row: Ann Helmsg Beverly Randolphg Betty Andrewsg Lou George. Third row: Eleanor Bradfordg Ann Kingg Becky Pilcherg jane Soyars. Fourth row: Cos Wash- burng Sue Petersg Margaret English. Fifth row: jane Lanierg Arnett Kizzia, Waafaaaapfaa Khrrrfradfra THE WESTHAMPTON CHEERLEADERS were chosen from the four classes by the regular University of Richmond Cheerleaders. They were selected on the basis of their school spirit and ability to lead and instill enthusiasm in others. Many had had previous experience in their high schools. These girls cheered at varsity hockey games and the Odd-Even games. At many of the class games, the cheerleaders present served as "pep" leaders of their respective classes. l jane Lanier, Eleanor Bradford, Sue Bentley and Margaret English give a cheer. Lf7lf'l!6l'.S'ilf'y of Riclwlnvzcl Lnyff 229 AD VERTISEMENTS EEZ? 'Wagga 'wb-1 230 JN, f1"1-1131952 LVIEB ADVERTISKAILNI S E - K-- -K --n- -1- l-K-K-K-1-1-K--9 l 1 i l l K What Is Success? IS IT MONEY? IS IT INFLUENCE? IS IT FAME? There is no one yardstick for the measurement of success. Perhaps I-Ienry Van Dyke has given, as well as anyone, the summary of a successful life: Four things fl 111411 fllllff learn to do If be would keep bis' record wwe: To think without' rozzfzuiozz clerz1'Zy,' I To love hir fellow men .rim'e1'ely,' To ar! from bozzeri nzolizfer plzrelyy To trzmf ilz God and Heaven remrely. CZD Alma Mater hopes that each graduate of the class of 1952 will be a better man or woman because of the lessons he or she has learned in the classroom and from daily association with fellow seekers after truth. She hopes that each of you has sharpened the intellectual tools with which you must work throughout a lifetime. But over and above this, she hopes that your life, whatever your business or profession, will be marked by high ethical conduct, and by devoted service to your God and your fellow man through participation in the work of the Church and in community activities. Alma Mater hopes that the passing years will bring you fame and fortune, but most of all she hopes they will bring you the serenity that comes from the knowledge that the world is a little bit better because you lived here. University of Richmond Uuzz willy 0fRiCl771l0llll Q-ffl 251 . .... 1208 Ocean Ave., Ocean City, N. I Baber, Wfilliam E. . . . . . . . . 335 Gresbert Street, Staunton, . . . . . . . . . . Box 1009, Stevensville . . , ADVERTISEM Abrams, David J. . .. Abronski, William I. . . Adams, Andrew G., jr. Adams, john W. ..,.... . Adams, Rex, jr. .... . Agee, Coan G. ..... . Ainsworth, Leo G. . . . . ENTS Stuttrnt Directory Kiclzmand Zallcgc .. . 213 E. Grace Street, Richmond, Va Blake, Robert T. ..... . . . . . . ................ Syringa, Va. Blankenship, james H. ............. 14 Main Street Ettrick Va . 2818 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, . . . . . . 109 Pepper Ave., Richmond . 9918 River Road, Hilton Villagei MeadowsofDan, . .... 204 S. Third Street, Richmond Alber, John W. .......... 4303 Colchester Dr., Kensington, Albright, Spencer D., II Aldhizer, George R. . . . Alexander, james S. . .. Allen, Willard T. ............. . Alley, Robert S. ..... . Anderson, Charles P., jr. Anderson, Claude W. . Anderson, Harold K. . . Anderson, James M., jr. Anderson, juan R. ....., .......... . Anderson, Loren H. . . . Androconis, Leo J. . . . Antonucci, Leo E. . . . . Applegate, Shelton P. . . 6611 Three Chopt Road, Richmond, 260 Campbell Street, Harrisonburg, . . 2007 Westover Ave., Richmond, 49 Court Street, Richmond, 9 Malvern Ave. A t. 3 Richmond i P 1 1 1156 Grigg Street, Petersburg, Andersonville, New Canton, . . . Andersonville, . Andersonville, Mulch, . . . . 332 S. Gilbert, Shenandoah, . . . 312 South Street, Portsmouth, . . . . . . . . Route No. 8, Richmond, Arey, Don E. ...... .......... 1 50 Ott Street, Harrisonburg, Armstrong, Herman P. . . 320 Cameron Ave., Colonial Heights, Armbrecht, Warren G. ...... 346 Albemarle Ave., Richmond, Armstrong, Thomas F. . Arrington, Charles I., Ir. ..................... . 6722 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Carrsville, Asbury, Walter M. .......... 97-A Elizabeth Road, Hampton, Ashby, Charles I. .... . Ashby, Clarence D. . . Ashly, james R. . . . . Atkins, Albert L. . .. Bacalis, William N. . . . Bage, joe S. ......... . . . 3215 Parkwood Ave., Richmond, .. . 1008 W. 45th Street, Richmond, .. . 340 Franklin Street, Harrisonburg, Golansville, Blankenship, Russell G. ...................... PetersburgZVai Blazek, Louis C. .......... Route No. 2, Box 298, Petersburg, Va. Robert L. .... . Bolton, Burton L. Bond, Lawrence B. Boggs, . ...... 315 Wayne Circle, Norfolk, Va. Manassas,Va. 523 Granite Ave., Richmond, Va. Bonds, Toby C. ,..... Booth, john L. ............ . Borne, Bosley, Jerald P. ............. . john J. ...... . Bougardes, George Bowling, john D. Boyle, Thomas E. . . . . Bradley, Charlie H. . . Bradley, Johnnie . . . Bragg, J. Wiley .... Bray, james D. . . . Bricker, Carl D. . . . Brier, Jim R. ..... . Brooks, john V. . . . . 9 Virginia Ave., Edgewood, Schoolheld, Va. 138 Montague Street, Danville, Va. 27 Elmwood Pk., Malden, Mass. 2707 W. Mosher Street, Baltimore 16, Md. 727 Shirley Ave., Norfolk, Va. . . . 2512 Lamberts Ave., Richmond, Va. .. . . . 2411 Spencer Road, Richmond, Va. .. . R.F.D. No. 1, Box 255, Sandston, Va. . . . . . 219 Howard Street, Phoebus, Va. . . . . 603 Rothesay Road, Richmond, Va. . . . . . 3014 Second Ave., Richmond, Va . . . 3101 New Kent Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . . . . 532 River Street, Scranton, Pa. .. . Route No. 2, Box 191A., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . 714 Maple Ave., Waynesboro, Va. Ernest C. ..... .... 2 501 Williams Street, Richmond, Va. Brooks, Philip O. . . . Broske, Brown, Chester L. . .. Brown, Frank W. . . Brown, Irby Bland . .. Brown, james Earl . . . Brown, james Edwin . Brown, john H. .... . Brown, John R. ..... . Brown, Robert E. . . . . Brown, Sidney Edward Brown, Walter T., jr. Purrin,Va. . . . . . 606 Forest Street, Martinsville, Va. .. . R.F.D. No. 8, Box 413, Richmond, Va . . . . . . . 3104 Condie Street, Richmond, Va. .. ........ 108 N. Mallory, Phoebus, Va. Culpeper,Va. .......... Box 507, Culpeper, Va. . . ..... 202 S. Main Street, Suffolk, Va. . . . . . . 1901 Peter Paul Blvd., Alberta, Va. .Box 792, BIIOLIHL Airy, N, C. 122 West 19th Street, Norfolk, Va. ........................Dendron . , Va Bailey, I. Chalmers DaCosta ............... Rocky Mount, N. C Baird, Charles L. ...................... Hampden-Sydney, Va. Baldridge, Robert L. ..... . Bareford, Allen C. Barham, H. Pat ...... Barnette, Martin E. . . , , Bateman Robert E. . Baader, William H., jf. Baylor, Robert E., jr. ..... . Beaman, Donald B. . . Route No. 14, Box 41, Richmond, Va. Tappahannock,Va. . . . 1501 Lansing Ave., Portsmouth, Va. Ellerson,Va. . 1019 Westover Ave., Norfolk 7, Va. 1629 East 11th Street, Bethlehem, Pa. 3337 XV. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. . . ...... 111 Beverly Ave., Richmond, Va. Beane, T. O. ............ . ....................Manassas,Va. Beasley, Bertram G., Jr. ...... 1912 Hilliard Road, Richmond, Va. Beasley, William R. ..... . Beazley, Ralph M. . . . . Beck, jack F. ........ . 114 West Lorengo Ave., Norfolk, Va. . . . 634 S. Sycamore Street, Petersburg, Va. . . . . . 2416 Barton Ave., Richmond, Va. Beckett, Charles A. .......................... Chase City, Va. Benjamin, William B., jr. ........ 26 Sunset Dr., Alexandria, Bennardo, Gasper A., 318 E. Westover Ave., Colonial Heights, Bennett, Rex J. ................ 913 Main Street, Altavista, Va Bennett, William T. Bernard, Hunter J. . . . 2324 Maplewood Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 1317 Leckie Street, Portsmouth, Va. Va. Va. Berry, Francis R. .......... No. 10, Brown Apts. Hopewell, Va. Berry, Robert W., jr. .... . 1.842 Chuckatuck Ave., Petersburg, Va. Best, Robert A. ............... 3431 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va. Beverly, David P. No. 7, Bld. 8, Diesel Housing Unit, Richmond, Va. Bevman, Leonard ...... Biggs, George R. ..... . Billings, Richard B. . . . 232 North 20th Street, Richmond, Va. Henry,Va 14 Kempster Road, Scarsdale,N.Y Binford, Joseph A. ........................... South Hill, Va Bingham, Charles S. . .. Bisger, Fred B. ...... . Bishop, jack M., jr. . . . Bittle, Elmer E. ..... . Byork, Don O. ....... . Blackburn, Maurice L. . . . 4100 W. Franklin Street, Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . . 308 Allen Ave., Hopewell, Va . . . . . . . 2315 Maiden Lane Roanoke Va 2000 Narbeth Ave., Haddon,Heights, Ji . . . . . 2325 Spencer Street, Richmond, Va Greenlee,Va Browne, William E. . . . . Brownstein, Morton A. . . . Bruce, Benjamin W. . . Bryan, Kenneth B. .... . Bryant William M 1 Va. . 2115 N. Brandon Ave .... . .. Box 249, Route .... 2011 Fairfax Ave. ., Richmond, Va. 1, Danville, Va. , Richmond Va. . . . 2514 Seminary Ave., Richmondi Va Buchinski, john V. ...... 142 S. Grape Street, Mount Carmel Vai Bulley, Roger F. ...., Box 1306, College Sta., Fredericksburg Bumpass, Charles W. . . . . Burgess, Anthony L. .... . Burkholder, Edgar J. .. Burrus Robert L. r , , I . . . . Burton, Forest H. . .... . . Byrnes, Robert S. . . . . . Cadd, Malcolm L. ...... . , Va. . ..... 1614 Via Street, Richmond, Va. . . 2306 Bainbridge, South Norfolk Va. s Goochland, Va. Tahone, Va. . . . . 3500 Enslow Ave., Richmond., Va. 428 N. Nelson Street, Arlington 3, Va. Cain, Franklin A., jr. . . 2623 Northumberland Ave. Cameron William VU. r. .... 365 Albemarle Ave. , , J Campbell, Caleb G., Jr. . Campbell, Carl L. .... . Campbell, Preston D. . . . . Cardoza, W. Kenmore . . Carlton, R. L. ........ . Carnes, Carl W. ..., . Carr, Floyd L. ......... . Carroll, jerry E. ....... . . . 2236 Monument Ave. Roanoke, Va. , Richmond, Va. , Richmond, Va. , Richmond, Va. . . . 3426 Keighly Road, Richmond, Va. .. 2521 Irisdale Ave. , Richmond, Va. . . . . 2611 Grove Ave., Richmond Va. : ..... . . . . . . . . Little Plymouth, Va. Lucketts, Va. ..... Yale, Va. .. 518 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. Carter, Winston Wfellington 102 S. Grove Ave., Highland Springs, Va. Caruthers, Leo Thomas, jr., 422 N. Sheppard Street, Richmond, Va. Cary, Herman L. ............ 604 N. 35th Street, Richmond, Va. Caulkins, Roger W. ........ 4002 Virginia Pl., Washington, D. C. Cave, Paul W. ............................ New Canton, Va. Chafiin, William W. . . . Chapman, Harold O. . .. Chappell, Robert G. . . . . Chen, Ho Yong ..... Cherry, Milton, jr. .... . Chisholm, john R. ..... . Christensen, Erik R., Jr. Chadwick, Robert E. L., Ir. .................... Newsoms, Va. . . . 2703-A, Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va. . . 1926 Westwood Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 2112 E. Clay Street, Richmond, Va. Canton, China . . . 612 Belt Blvd., Richmond, Va. Glen Allen, Va. . . . . 18 Albee Lane, Colonia, N. J. 232 JMB THE 1952 LVEB ADVERTISEMENT L ul sl ad ul ' - i I L , , . , I r I I I 1 V L , . , i X , I W I I I i I I ' l I I 1 I .L .L .L l l -L i .L .L .L I L AJ We Move Through Lzfe I I L I-IETHER We Walk or ride or Hy . . . Whether Ls' , We dart strarglrt to our goal or Whether We ll' L' " leisurely vvancler along-We all strive to r satisfy ourselves, to get along the best Way We know how. If we can help you in your future travels as We have helped you in the past, vve'll feel just a little aclciecl i glow. And novv we offer you our most sincere con- p gratulations at this mark in your progress, and Wish you the best of luck in the future. G f Quia a 'fi K F l 'i - W ' 0 1 0 I + 2 12444 Maasai' y S g-q-Q-g-q-g-g-g-g- - -1-g-g-1-q.-q-q-L-1.1.x-1.1.1-Q.. -Q-Q-g.g.g.g.. - -1. - - - - - - - .g. - .g. - - - - -1 z L I I I' A i l i I l ' ix L L i ii I p L L I A I I A I 4 I . 4 I X I I I L ' L i' I' I f f f L f L L L f I I I I L f 0 L I L L i L i L i 4 i L L f 5 i' X +' - ' ' - ' ' ' ' ' ' '- -7 L Y - ,YY 777 4 1 -- - --3- --3-3-. -3-3-3- - -3- - 3 -3-- - U72i1!87'Sif'jl of Ricbmoml Lift 235 57 Y V Y , ,, ,,,, T ADVERTISEMENTS SUCCESS! We wish iT Tor you, of course . . . and T657 o plus-Tc1cTor on The rocid To iTs ochievemenl, kwa! in ony field of endeavor, is HEALTH. So. . . reToin The good hobifs of youTh- in Troining . . . drink your daily quoTo of W heolTh-giving milk. DAIRY X ' VIRGINIA DAIRY "The Home of BeTTer Milk" . -1 - -3-3-3-y-y-3-3-3-5-3-3-3 - - -3 -3 - gg 234.l7K-" THE 1952 IVEB Church, Sheridan S. . . . Clark, james Essex . . . Clark ohn Elvert , J ...... Clark, William D. Clement, Roland Pritche Clinard, Ralph H., jr. . Coates, Albert W., Jr. . Coates, Frederick R. . . Coates, james Alford . Coates, Tounes Carter . . . Coelield, Otis W. .... . Cofer, Clement V. . . Cofer, James H. . . . . Cohn, Roy E. ....... . Coleman, Macon H. . . Collins, James M. . . . . Collins, Thomas H. . . . Colvard, Patrick B. . . . Comer 'tmes R , J. . .... . Constant, George M. . . . . Cooke, Samuel L. ..,. . Cooper, Jabe F. . . . . Cordle, Wallace S. . . . . Covington, Ward R. . . Cox, joseph Franklin . Crafton, Haynie W., jr. . Craig, Jewett S. ..... . Crane, Sam, jr. ..... . Creasy, Robert E. . . . . Crigler, Albert B., jr. . DeWitt, Va. Crittenden, William W., jr. .................. Gloucester, Cross, Robert Swift ..... Crowder, Raymond R. . .. Crittenden, john T. ............. ............. - . . Crowson, Richard B, Crump, Robert L. ..... . Cumbee, Dwight W. Cumbia, Philip L. ..... . Cumby, Mott A., Jr. . . . . Curran, Hugh O. ...... . Cyprus, Andrew N. . . . Daffron, Andrew I. . . . D'Armi, Frank A. . . . . Davenport, Lewis L. . . Davies, Frederick G. . . . Davis, George W., jr. . . . Davis, Hector, III, .... Davis, Willie S. ..... . Deane, William A. .. . Deep, Anthony A. . . Denzler, Philip J. . . . Deter, john W. . . . Dick, Murray J. .... . Dickens, Luther I. . . . . Dickerson, Lynn C., II . . . . . . . 2108 Ginter Street, Richmond, Va. Winchester,Va. . . . ..... Box 46, Port Richmond, Va. 24 Moss Street, Martinsville, Va. tte, jr. ................ 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Hicks, Douglas Y. Hicks, Frank H. ......... . Hilderbrand, Oliver Hill, Billy c. ......... . Hill, Nelson L. .... . . . Hipps, Jackson S. . . . . Hock, Robert L. . . . . Hodder, Kenneth L. Hoffman, Arnold M. .... . Holden, Robert G. .... ....... . Holder, George B. . . . . Holland, Ralph J. . Hood, Norman E. . . ...... . . . Hood, Paul B., Jr. . Hooper, Parker S. . Beach, Miskimon, Va . . . 3509 Delaware Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . 3025 Grove Ave. . . . 211 Ramsey Ave. H. ...................... . W. . . .................... Ellerson, 16 Forrest Road, Wheeling, W. 20 3rd Street, Deposit, N. Y. 910 Charles Street, South Boston, 2806 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. . . Goshen, Va. 6201 Virginia Ave., Newport News, Va. . . 82-0 Bigley Ave., Charleston, W. Va. . . . 530 Wail Street, Wake Forest, N. C. . . . . . . 816 Club Drive, Richmond, Va. .. . 318 Lexington Road, Richmond, Va. . 355 Princess Anne Road, Norfolk, Va. 1623 Pope Ave., . . . . Route 6, Box 55A, P.O.Box 15, 2004 Floyd Ave., . . . 1004 Franklin Street, . . . 4409 Jefferson Davis Pkwy., Richmond, Va. CJK 237 Va. , Richmond, Va. , Hopewell, Va. Va. Va. Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Ridgeway, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Va. ADVERTISEMENTS Horwitz, Seymour .... Hough, David B. .... . Houlgrave, John C. .. . . . . . 3004 Floyd Ave., . . . 1209 Greystone Ave., . . . . .. 41 Malvern Ave. Howard, Arthur D. .... . . . 3207 Hawthorne Ave. Howard, Louis W. . .. Hsu, Yuen Kan .... Hudson, Page R. .... . . Huff, William P. ..... . Hughes, Carroll T. . . . . Hughes, james C. . .. Hughes, john J. ....... . Hundley, Thomas P. . . . . Hunt, Russell T. ..... . Hunter, Edward S. .,... . Hunter, james R. ...... . Hutchinson, joseph R., jr. Hutton, Malcom ........ Hynes, Charles S. ...... . Ildas, Alvin G. ....... . Ingram, Philip B. . . . . . . . Irvine, john V. N. ..... . jackson, Gustavus V., Jr. . jackson, Thomas Albert . . Jackson, Walter Coleman, Jacobs, Don J. ........... . james Alpheus Bell . . . James, William H. . . . . Jefferson, Eugene . ...... Jennings, Charles L., jr. ..... . Jeter, Robert R. ....... . Jett, Edgar Alonzo ...... johns, George G. ...... . johnson, Charles H., III .......................... johnson, Edward Bryant . . . .............. . . . . Jones, E. H. ........ . jones, J. Ward, Jr. . . . . Jones, Louis B. . . . Jones, William C. . .. . . . 1505 Palmyra Ave. 14 OakLane, . . . . 5608 Seminary Ave. 2729 C stal S rin Ave., Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Z Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va. , Richmond, Va. Roanoke, Va. fl' P 8 . . 2100 Pine Tree Drive, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . 234 Girard Street, Danville, Va. . . 3901 Monument Ave., . .. . . . 3024 Noble Ave., 1415 Chamberlayne Ave., . . . . . . 3209 Hanes Ave., Richmond, Va. Richmond Va. Richmond, Va. 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Richmond, Va. . Waverly,Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. 1 LX- .M .ce Zggjyk-J, THE 1952 IVEB ADVERTISEMENTS , w,ww , , , V E I I I 1 SEIBERLINII ' I . I 5 TIRES A NAME YOU I I 1 y I . C A N T R U S T I f I I 1 N E U E E E R I ' I I 1 , 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 , 1 I I , 1 ' 1 ' T , , l 1 I I 1 1 l 1 ' I I 1117 NORTH BOULEVARD 4 I 1 l 1 : PHONE 5-9171 gf ' T I 5-0111 I - I I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 5 I I 1 I 1 i 1 ' 1 . ' If' Qiifzjr-I'-If-,Iz-, . 1 10-HOUR HAWKINSON 1 L X. 1391 NNI A , TREADING SERVICE ff I, , Sis ' ,1-. 1 1 M11 I I , E? I ,I I I BY APPOINTMENT 1 'ft 1 , IA' ' ' I! "' Nl L A I I, L 1 11 -I ,,1,f,4 ,:.:.:::g L I f , I M - -- -3- -q -3-3 - -3-3- -3 -3-3 -3- 1.3.3. g Uzzizfersify of Richmond 0,241 259 ADVERTISEMENTS Lawrence, Nimrod F. . . . ................ Buena Vista, Va. Lee, Yau Wing ............... 410 Libbie Ave., Richmond, Va. Leggett, Thomas C. ........... Halifax Road, South Boston, Va. Leib, Henry ........... 65-15 Alderton Street, Forest Hills, N. Y. Leftwich, William Hensley . . . 2506-A Third Ave., Richmond, Va. Liebich, Wayne A. . , . . . . . . . . 2912 Carman Street, Camden, N. J. Ligh, William ..,............................ Canton, China Lilly, William D. ....,...., 128 Pleasant Street, Hinton, NW. Va. Limbrick, Albert C., Jr. ........... Route 1, Fredericksburg, Va. Lindsey, james E., jr. .... . . . 911 W. 30th Street, Richmond, Va. Linfield, Myron P. ....... . Little, Thomas J. ......... . Loehr, Paul Milton .......... Lohmann, William H. . . . . . . London, David Peter . Long, Otis Warren . . . Longo, Augost L. . . . . Loving, Wilbur M., jr. Lowman, Frank A. .... i i i i Luck, Bennie E., jr. . . 109 Berrington Street, Richmond, Va. 1215 Church Street, Burlington, N. C. 5215 Semmes Ave., Richmond, Va. 3016 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va. . . , . Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn 5, N. Y. . . . . 5911 Fitzhugh Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . .... 260 McBride Ave., Richmond, Va. 2905 Woodclili' Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 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J Magyarosi, john S. ..... . 46 West Oldis Street Rochelle Pk , ., N. . Manion, Robert G. .......... 2006 Dawson Road, Richmond, Va. Mann, Ronald G. .... . Markham, Robert C. . . Markley, Thomas Hicks 1627 Monticello Ave., Petersburg, Va. 1522 River Road, Martinsville, Va. . . . . 610 Windsor Ave., Lawrenceville, Va. Marocchi, Hugo I. . . . Marrin, Thomas H. . . . . Marsh, Cecil E. ...... . Martin, Garuin Carter . . Masters, Teddy E. ......... . Matchunis, Constantine . Mater, Frank H., Ir. . . . Matisco oe Franklin Matthews, Lawrence E. ......... . Matthews, Linwood D., jr. . . Maxy, Wfilliam A. .... . Meador, Willard E. . . . . Meakel, Charles Edward ....,... Mehaffey, jerry W. . .. . Mehler Ivan Barr , y ...... - Melson,RobertM. Merritt, Charles H. . .V . . . . . Mersel, joseph . .,.. . Mills, James C., jr. . . . . . . Mills, Warren F. ... ... .. Milstead, Carlton ...... Mink, Charles A. ..... . Minnick, Carl D. ........... . , . . . . 64 Atlantic Street, Carteret, N. 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Mitchell, James G. ................,.... . ......... Pratts, Monger, William D., jr. .. . 3743 Williamson Road, Roanoke, Moore, Clarence P. ........ 655 Randolph Ave., Cape Charles, Moore, Joseph T. ........... 601 W. 30th Street, Richmond, Moore, Powell .... 718 Rock Creek Ch. Road, Washington, D. C. Moore, Richard D. ............ 712 Seneca Road, Richmond, Va. Moore, Robert Bell .......... 116W S. Broad Street, Suffolk, Va. Mooring, Caswell N. . , Qtrs. p-4, Raritan Arsenal, Metuchen, N. J. 1501 Avondale Ave., Richmond, Va. Emporia, Va. Morecock, Donald L. ....... . Morgan, Willie Bryant .......... .......... , .... Va. Va. Va. 1718 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. 4751 Dorchester.Ave., Chicago 15, Ill. 22 Mitchell Road, Hampton, Va. Route 2, Danbury, Conn. Morris, Cary B., Ir. ........ . Morris, Lloyd V. ...... . Morris, Orrin Delbert. . Morrison, James Putnam 1 Marlow, j. Bernie .... ......., . ..... R .F.D. 1, Ellerson, Va. Morton, Charles Byron . .. ......... Chatham, Va. N- -i- -l-- -l- -i- - l- -- 1 f -E K BUDDY . . . Invites you to visit in the DRY-DOCK often . . . Eoch i' 1 time you return to the campus . . . ond renew old friendships . . . g.. 'Q Young ideas . . . ci youthful viewpoint . . . thot's what makes the i' E DRY-DOCK . . . the web for the spiders . . . That's why the DRY- g- '5 DOCK otmosphere is the kind they like . . . in the new Alumni- is .E Student Center . . . the heart of the University. g' . A i I RALPH P. MAYO I. l Manager ,L 1 f . l I i I A , T , f' , T l T I A 1 f -! i' , f' I L ' T ' UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND-DRY-DOCK as l A x A - K A A A ff ss 240jYkJ THE 1952 IVEB ADVERTISEMEN1 S The one bright spot in the family budget is the low cost of Electricity. You can still buy Elec- tricity at prewar prices . . . the lowest in VEPCO history! 'iii VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY Uzzzzef wig 0 IQILIHIIOIIKI kfif 241 ADVERTISEMENTS Moseley, james M. . .. Moss, Charles S. . . . . Mullins, Fitzhugh, jr. Mullins, James H. . . . 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O'Brien, Arthur N., jr. . . Route 1, Virginia Manor, Richmond, Va. O'Connell, Hugh L. . . . . . . . . . 117 Irving Pl., Clarksburg, W. Oglesby, Philip L. ..., . .... Norfolk Ave., Virginia Beach Olson, Byron G. . . . . Ortner, Bennett . ..., Ossman, Robert S. B. . . . Otten, julian H. ..... . Ould, james C. .... . Owen, Alton F. ...... . Pappalardo, Thomas I. Parham, Louis D. Parker, Jesse H. .... . Parker, Wilbur A. . . . Parrish, Robert G., III, Parsons, George T. . . . . Parsons, Robert C. . . . Pastore, John Raphael ... . . . . . . . . Route 2 Midlothian Va. Va. , , Va. . . . 547 E. 9th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . 4507 Cutshaw Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . 122 N. Main Street, Emporia, Va. Box 328, Appomattox, Jarratt, Va. Va. Paciocco, justin T. ..................... Box 21, Quantico, Va. 6 Lincoln Ave., Rochelle Park, N. J. . . . 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Phillips, William M. . . Philpott, joe C. ..... . Pierce, Camden Ballard Pittard, Clarence L. . . . Pitts, Charles R., jr. ..... . Pitts, jefferson E. .... . .. . . . Route 2, Box 121, Beach, . . . 1020 Madison Ave., Bedford, . . . 3017 Hilliard Road, Richmond, . . . . . 3912 Stuart Ave., Richmond, . 347 55th Street, Newport News, Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. . . . . . 504 Maple Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . 405 Harlan Circle, Richmond, Va. 6116 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . 440 Thomas Street, Bethlehem, Pa. . . . 1518 Porter Street, Richmond, Va. 2703 Woodrow Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . 14 Richmond, Ave., Wheeling, W. Gloucester,Va. . . ................ Tappahannock, Va. ChurchRoad,Va. Philpott,Va. 813 Roseneath Road, Richmond, Va. .............. Buffalo junction, Va. 4202 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. 2200 Kenmore Road, Richmond, Va. Pohmer, Timothy Thomas ........ 835 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. Poindexter, Emmett H. .... ............... F rederick Hall, Va. Pollard, Thomas N., Jr. ..... 6510 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va. Popika, Victor ......... .... 1 113 Hillside Ave., Richmond, Va. Portela, jose M. ...... ......... S an Felipe 158, Puerto Rico Porter, Joseph W. ...... .... R oute 2, Box 31, Brookville, Ohio Potkovac, Michael N. .......... 829 E. 4th Street. Bethlehem, Pa. Powell, Henry Fleet, Jr. .... Route 1, Box 133, South Boston, Va. Price, Jack M. D. ........... 1555 Lafayette Blvd., Roanoke, Va. Price, Madison R. . . . WSOO Huntington Ave., Newport News, Va. Price, Ronald S. .............. Prestwould Apts., Richmond, Va. Profht, Thomas J., Jr. ............ ............ C olumbia, Va. Propert, David B. ....... . 83 Hillboro Dr., West Hartford, Conn. Prussack, joseph S. .... ..... 5 7 Olyphant Dr., Morristown, N. I. Purdum, Preston, jr. .. ............ Box 1019, Danville, Va. Purinai, joseph N. . . . . . . 6425 Roselawn Road, Richmond, Va. Raccioppo, Tony M. . . . ..... 6 Claremont Pl., Montclair, N. J. 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Seim, Donald E. ...... 113 Grant Ave., E. Rockaway, L. I., N. Y. Va. Sgro, Robert L. .................. 227 North Street, Keiser, Pa. Va. Shannon, David G. ............ 15 Malvern Ave., Richmond, Va. Va. Sharp, John D. ..... ..... 1 717 Oakdale Ave., Richmond, Va. Va. Sheliield, Alvin L. . . ....... R.F.D. 3, Box 3, Petersburg, Va. Va. Shepard, Felix E. ...... 6034 jefferson Ave., Newport News, Va. Va. Shephard, Ray R., Ir. ........ 4000 Fauquier Ave., Richmond, Va. Va. Sheridan, J. Paul ..... .......... S panish Villa, Jeannette, Pa. Va. Shockley, Henry A. .................,......... Hopewell, Va. Va. Shoemaker, Ralph B. ...... 3411 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va. Va. Shotwell, Malcolm G. ................ Box 153, Brookneal, Va. Va. Shreve, Theodore M. .... ...... B ox 238, Route 1, Bayside, Va. Va. Shutt, Charles M. ..... .. . 121 Wild Ave., Steubenville, Ohio Va. Silver, Henry B. . ..... ...... 2 O1 Milford Ave., Newark, N. J. Va. Silverman, Charles B. .......................... Norfolk, Va. Va. Simon, Leo S. ......... 2715 Marshall Ave., Newport News, Va. Va. Sinclair, Charles D., Ir. ........ 509 25th Street, S. Arlington, Va. Va. Sipe, james R. .......... 465 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. Va. Skaggs, Fred R. .......... 1421 Greenville Ave., Richmond, Va. Va. Skinner, B. Franklin .......... 2500 Stuart Ave., Richmond Va. Va. Slusher, William T. ..................... R.F.D. 1, Salem, Va. Va. Smith, Charles W. Smith, Louis P. .... . Smith, William M. . . . . Pa. Smith, Winford W. . . . Va. Snead, Stanley S. . . . . Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. V . VZ Spiers, Robert B. .... . Va. Spitz, Donald R. . . . . Va. Soghoian, Marshall . Southall, Henry B. . Southworth, Alvin J. Spence, Rufus R. . . . Spivey, joseph S., jr. . 3-04 W. Smith, Edgar C. ...... . Smith, H. McIntyre .... Smith, james H. ...... . Snider, Philip J., Jr. Snyder, Milton L. .... . Somerville, Austin M. .... . 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Stefmettf R1ChafdD-, Jr' Stephenson, Elmo L. . ...... 5504 Toddsbury Road, Richmond, Va. . . . . 120 Girard Street, Danville, 103 jefferson Street, Emporia, Va. Va. Diesel Housing Unit, Richmond, Va. , , J . . . . ..... 78 Brook Ave., Englewood, N. I. , Schilling, William R. .-"-. 6212 Ellington Ave., Richmond, Va' Stevens, Richard L. .... ..................... F mcastle, Va. Schultze, William P. . . . . ..... 705 Francis Street, Hopewell, Va. 5feVef15, R0b'?ft W- -"- - - - 602 AllFhflf1Y Ave., SYHUHYOU, V11- Scott, Benny G. ...... .... D iesel Housing Unit, Richmond, Va. Stewart. I-65116 R- - - - - - - 1718 N- 22nd Street, R1Chm0Dd, Va- Scott, Charles K. . . . . . .... 1501 W. Broadway, Hopewell, Va. Stokes, Richard G. . . ...... Route 4, Box 33, Lynchburg, Va. Scott, joseph T., jr. . . . .... 3020 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va. Stokes, Donald R. . . . . . . 600 E. 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Sublett, jimmy F. . . Suyes, john R., Jr. . . . . Swanson, John F. . .. Tang, Hing Chung . . . Tardivo, James M. . . . Taylor, james C. ..... . Taylor, Samuel B. Thacker, William J., Jr. Thomas, Albert L. .... . Thomas, Carlton L. . . . . Thomas, Frederick V. . . . Thomas, George M. . . Thomas, john H. ..... . Thomas, William C. . . . Thomas, W. Eugene . . . Thomasson, Niels S. . . . Thompson, Donald C. . . Tipey, George F. . . . . Toler, Arthur G., jr. . Tombes, Averett S. .... . Toney, Robert M., Jr. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . Bahrain, Persian Gulf . . 2306 Burnley Ave., Richmond, Va. Luttrellville,Va. . . . . . . . . . Forest Road, Bedford, Va. PrinceGeorge,Va. . . . 711 Anneslie Road, Baltimore, Md. China . .' ff .' 'iifiritk' if iskif isa 'viAaAEgfrfr, Pa. 1920 Princess Anne Hotel . 4009 Crutchfield Street, Richmond, Va. Route4, GIenAllen,Va. . . . 618 S. High Street, Harrisonburg, Va. . . . 615 Allison Ave., S.W., Roanoke, Va. . . . 1003 Mann Ave., Renssalaer, N. Y. . . . . . . 75 Cherry Street, Hampton, Va. . . . . . . 301 Oronoco Ave., Richmond Va. . Route 13, Ridge Road, Richmond, Va. Lawrenceville,Va. . . . 1003 Taylor Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 101 S. 5th Street, Hopewell, Va. .. . . . Mt. Lucas Road, Princeton, N.j. .. . 4 0 New Kent Road Richmond, Va. 90 , Goshen,Va. .i Road, Richmond, Va. Trimmer, William T., jr. ..... Route 3, Box 226, Richmond, Va. Tuck, Franklin D. .... . Tulloh, Charles A. .... . Tulloh, William H. . . .. Turlington, Edgar L. jr., Turner, Ernest D., III .. Turner, Garland L. . . . . Tutwiler, George W. . . . Tye, Robert E. ..... . Tyler, Bobby B. ..... . Urquhart, Walter D. . . . Vaughan, Gerald A. . . . Via, George W. .... . Via, Deward V. .... . Via, Richard C. ....... . Vincent, Byron G., jr. . . Vranian, Edward B. . . . . Walters, jess H. .... . Walton, William B. . . Waranch, Seeman .... Ware, Edward E. .... . Vfaring, Burnet L. . . . . Warren, Clifton L. .... . Watson, George N. . . . . . . . 1626 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. . . . 1310 Augusta Street, Bluefield, W. Va. . . . 1310 Augusta Street, Blueheld, W. Va. . . 3102 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. . , . . . . . . 7005 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Route 1,Beach Va. . . . 1801 Norris Lane, Richmond Va. .. . 3412 First Ave., Richmond Va. . . . . . . . . . . Staby Road, Ft. Myers, Fla. . . . . . . 1329 Sheffield Road, Roanoke Va. .. . 3156 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond Va. . . . . . . . . . . Second Ave., Ranson, W Va. McLean Va. Spray,N.C. . . .... . . . 900 Gates Ave., Norfolk, Va. . . , . . . . 2001 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 4204 Stonewall Ave., Richmond, Va. Little Plymouth,Va. . . 4402 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. . . . . 800 N. 22nd Street, Richmond, Va. Box 291, West Point,Va. 2125 Lincoln Street Portsmouth . . . . , , Va. 3702 R. Street, N.W., Washington, D. C. Wayne, Edward A., jr. ...... 1608 Palmyra Ave., Richmond, Va. Webb, Ronald E. ........ ................... H illsville, Va. Webber, Charles E., jr. . . . ..... 213 Broad Street, Salem, Va. S U' UI -. fb :I rw W 5 D Weinberg, Samuel E. .... . . Welch, Carroll B. ....... . Welch, Douglas A. ..... . Wells, Rodney L. ...... . Western, Alfred W. .... . . . 139 Church Street, Mt. Airy, N. C. . . . 5328 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . . . Darlington Heights, Va. 106 E. Laburnum Ave., Richmond, Va. Route 2,Chester,Va. . . . . 2001 Ingram Ave., Richmond, Va. Wharton, Browning C., jr. ..... 2227 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va. Wheeler, Francis T. .... . Wheelhouse, Otis J., Jr. . . . . White, Charles R. ...... . White, Stephen G. ....... . Whitley, Alvin D. ..... . Whitlock, L. Edgar .,.. Whitmore, Richard R. . . . Whitt, Edward O. . . . . Whitt, Harry R. ..... . Wicker, james C., Jr. . . . Wilkins, Howard B. .... . Wilkinson, Leon A. .... 314 Lafayette Ave., Colonial Heights . . . . 28 Claremont Pl., Hampton. Va. 117 N. Adams Street, Richmond, Va. ...............Box82,Chatham,Va. Wilkinson, Michaux H. ...... 306 S. Cherry Street, Richmond, Wilkinson, Raymond L., jr. .... , Willey, Edward E., jr. .... 4521 E. Seminary Ave., Richmond Williams, Millard E. .... . . . Wilson, Ennett W. .... . Wilson, james M., III ...... Wilson, Jennings L., Jr. . . Wilson, Robert D. ...... . Wiltshire, Charles F. .... . Wimbish, William E. . . . Winn, Russell M. ..... . Witcher, Nollie A., jr. . . . Witt, Walter F., Jr. . . Witten, Thomas R. .. Womble, james B., jr. . Wood, Roy C. ....... . Woodruff, james H. . .. Wooldridge, John B., jr. . .. Wooten, William R., jr. Wrench, james C. .... . Wright, Arthur C. . . . . Wright, E. Massie .... Wulchin, Stephen G. ....... Brown Apts., No. 22, Hopewell, Yagel, Gerald T. . .. Yerby, john P. .... . Young, Donald R. . . . . Young, William R. Yowell, Walter M. . . . 2014 Woodlawn Road, Petersburg, Va. . . . . . . . . . 106 Grayson Ct., Suffolk, Va. . . . . . . . . . . . . Trent Hill, Bassett, Va. McKenney,Va. . . . 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C. .. 210 Ed evale Road Baltimore 1507 Palmyra Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . 436 Walnut Ave., Roanoke, Va. Md. . - g . . , t , . . . . . . . . . . 1422 Avondale Ave., Richmond, Va. 715 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. Potter, Judy ...... 1601 Tucker Ave., R.F.D. 2, Falls Church, Va. Powell, Ann ........ Presnikoff, Elizabeth . Price, Elizabeth ..... Price, Muriel ....... Priddy, Beverly .... Putnam, Kathryn .... Randolph, Beverly . .. Raney, Norma ..... Ratclitt, Jane .... Regus, Patricia ..,. Reilly, Margaret .... Reynolds, Barbara . .. Riordan, Carole D. . . Roberts, Mary V. . .. Rose, Catherine Mint Rosenberg, Nancy S. . Rosenberger, Elizabeth Ruddle, Jean O. .... . 251 Buchanan Place, Pittsburgh, Pa. Bristow, Va. 400 High Street, Salem, Va. .l 21.9. Street, Roanoke Rapids, N. C. . . . 304 S. Pine Street, Richmond, Va. Box 462, West Point, Va. 2200 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. . . 623 N. 32nd Street, Richmond, Va. . . . 7119 Llanfair Road, Upper Darby, Pa. Ann, 1 Rouse, Alice M. ..... . Russell, Joanne ..... Rutherford, Billie Jane Sanford, Isabel ...... Schaefers, Elizabeth . . Schiller, Jeanne R. . . . Selby, Juliet Joy .... Sheema, Jane M. . . . Sherman, Sara W. . . . Shomo, Patricia J. . . . Shuler, Carlene G, . . Shumate, Marianne K. . 5319 Brabant Road, Baltimore, Md. . . 3119 Rendale Ave., Richmond, Va. West Point, Va. 5101 Oaklawn Road, Baltimore, Md. Somerset,Va. . . . 3015 Broad Street, Richmond, Va. . 6906 Horsepen Road, Richmond, Va. 800 N. Herndon Street, Arlington., Va. Box 509, Hot Springs, Va. .. . . . . . . . Route 3, BluH City, Iowa Clarksville,Va. . . . 712 Maryland Ave., Bristol, Tenn. . . 4301 Augusta Ave., Richmond, Va. 35 Polo Road Great Neck N. Y. i Hanover Ave., Richmorid, Va. Pittsburgh 5,Pa. . 6701 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . . 266 Bellview, Orange, Va. . . 500 Ott Street, Harrisonburg, Va. Somerset,Va. . 452 Chestnut Ave., Waynesboro, Va. 5 DRINK . . . Plenty of Good Milk - Every Day .... It's Nature's Most Nearly j Perfect Food . . . CRD , RICHMOND DAIRY CO. ' A 1-1-3-1-I-I-I-3-I-I-I-I-3-3-3-I-3-I-3-1-I-I-3-I-H Li7liI"L?7'5ff'.jf of Richmond Sink, Dorothy J. . . . Smith, Dorothy S. . Smith, Ethel ...... Snead, Bettie C. . . . Soles, Jo ......... Sowers, Susan E. . . Soyars, Jane ....... . Sparer, Marjorie C. Stanley, Nancy Ann Steel, Nancy V. . .. Stembridge, Betty L. Steward, Barbara A. Storm, Janet M. .... . Stouch, Nancy E. . . ADVERTISEMENTS . . . . 3321 Valley View Ave., Roanoke, 504 9th Street, Altavista, .. . . . 320 S. 12th Street, Guthn, F0rkUn1on, . . . . 520 Pierpont Ave., Fairmont, W. , . . 606 W. Cork Street, Winchester, Va. Va. Ga. Va. Va. Va. Saltville,Va. . . . ................... Ladysmith, Va. 5958 Fauquier Ave., Richmond, Va. . Walnut Hill Apts., Petersburg, Va. Cutavista,Va. 3813 Dover Road, Richmond Va. . 728 Jackson Ave., Falls Churchl . . . 446 W. Market Street, York, Stuart-Alexander, Desiree 18 Claremont Ave., Arlington Heights, Mass. Stubbs, Harriett S. ......... 3520 Gunston Road, Alexandria, Va. Stump, Patricia L. . . .'. . .... 416 Church Street, Martinsville, Va. Subley, Alice T. ........ .... 5 7 Willway Road, Richmond, Va. Swain, Mary Virginia . . . ..... 65 Scheerer Ave., Newark, N. J. Tatarsky, Gladys . . . Tauss, Barbara Lee .. Taylor, Shirley A. . . Taylor, Barbara J. . . Texley, Nola M. . . . Thabet, Barbara R. . Tharpe, Ann K. . , . Thomas Rosa Ann . Thomas, Virginia M., Thomason, Ann J. . Thompson, Helen H. Thurston, Miriam C. ..... . Towler, Catherine O. .................. . Tull, Louise N. . . . . Tune, Jarrie E. . . . . Turner, Barbara A. . Underwood, Clarice Varney, Lola F. . . . Vaughan, Jacqueline Lf R.F.D. 12, Box 395, Richmond, . . ........ 1410 Gates Ave., Norfolk, . . . . . 3520 Maryland Ave., Richmond, Highland Springs, 1420 N. Illinois Street, Arlington, 5, 1012 Edgewood Drive, Charleston, W. . . . . . . . . 6214 43rd Street, Hyattsville, . . . . . . . . 2261 Windson Ave., Roanoke, 4818 Chevy Chase Dr. Chevy Chase 15, A 1320 Boulevard, Salem, I ........ 94 Alleghany Road, Hampton, 809 Hackberry Lane, Tuscaloosa, Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Md. Va. Md. Va. Va. Ala. Route 3, Chatham, Va. . . . 1912 Blueridge Road, Charlottesville, Va. Halifax , Va. . . . . . . . .4401 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . .... 662 Jefferson Street, Danville, Va. Will1amson,W.Va . . .... 200 Henry Clay Road, Ashland, Va. t ' 43 C9 ' . aa fa-91+ 77 O xi, A 8 of "' FANS X K-ini-K-l-ll-K-K-1-K-l-l-i-l-K-K-l-K-K-l-l-I -Ku -l H l , , I 4' 2 I fb 5 , , ff K f , X , - ,X , , 1 ' 5 . I il, l Q: - , -. 1 X X 1 5 - A ,,- i 6 0Tll.l'f, I ' 'alll ff 1 r 1" 2 t ' I , , , I I-3-I-3-l'3-3-1-l"l'I-5'I-I-I-3'-l"l'3-3-1-l-3-3- H L g , .,... we 'TTT' 3 T t.c..t..r.t.g.. .. -Q. ... ...c.g. ... - - - ... - .. .. - - - 33 . : National Toddle House Corp. ' 2237 W. Broad St. n Richmond Open 24 H omxr ul .! I , C99 , I , , .! w as 1.212 55 Va. Pa. ADVERTISEMENTS I ,,,W Compliments of The WEST VIRGINIA COAL COMPANY P. O. Box 686 Phone 3-2818 h RICHMOND 53 VIRGINIA ' t t ' ss -- -Wea as ...v, .v,.v.., - Mez G I. a h a m B I, 0 t h 6 I, S . State Cleanlng Company, Inc. I 1218 North Boulevard General Contractors ' ' . RICHMOND, VIRGINIA I ow 101. 1 Pick U p and Delivery Service RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 1 Phone 4-2319 est" t"'t' to A toss mt' 'om 254 IYXJ THE 1952 IVEB Vaughan, Ruby M. .............. 4 Clark Road, Richmond, Va Velez, Amalita M. . . 11 N. Linden Street, Apt. 25, Richmond, Va Waal, Carla R. ............ 3125 Woodrow Ave., Richmond, Va Wagner, Mary Alice ........ 318 Winona Ave,, Philadelphia, Pa Wallace, Mary C. ...........,.. Route 2, Meadows of Dan, Va Want, Helen ............. 227 Chesterfield Road, Hampton, Va Ward, Shirley Ann . . 3901 Illinois Ave., N.W., Washington, D. C Vifarner, Alice E. ............ 421 N. Boulevard, Richmond, Va. Warren Barbara Ann . . 3613 Corneil Blvd., Winston-Salem, N. C Washburn, Costello ........,... 711 Jefferson, Martinsville, Va Watkins, Jane H. .......... 4705 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va 435 N Monroe Street Arlin ton Va Watson, Freddie Lee ...... . ' , g , Weaver, Jody A. ..... ..... 1 308 Whitby Road, Richmond, Va Weil, Jacqueline M. .......... 2228 King Street, Alexandria, Va Weisler, Trudy L. ...... 3034 Grand Concourse, New York, N. Y Wesley, Audrey M. ................ R.F.D. 2, Branchville, N. J Wfheat, Harriet . . 3140 Aberfoyle Place, N.W., Washington, D. C White, Segal' B. ..,............................ Waverly, Va Whitehurst, Ann M, ........ 120 Noxan Street, Auburndale, Fla Whiteman, Peggy L. ...... 5403 Queensbury Road, Richmond, Va ADVERTISEMENTS Whyman, Madeline H. ...... 900 Grove Ave., South Boston, Va. Wilder, Betty Jane . . Vfiley, Mary Marshall . 2715 Semmes Ave., Richmond, Va. Crozet,Va. Williams, Betty Jane ....,....... Route 4, Box 10, Norfolk, Va Williams, Elizabeth C. ..... . Willcoxon, Jane B. . . Wilkerson, Marion Clark .... Williams, Jeannine A. Williams, Nell B. ........ . Willingham, Harriet R. 4212 18th Street, N.W., Washington 11, D. C 3017 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va. . 4013 Clinton Ave., Richmond, Va. Chuckatuck,Va. Route 14, Box 101W, Richmond, Va . 1700 Fairfax Ave., Petersburg, Va Wilson, Jane .............. 2514 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va Wingfield, Barbara Sue ..... 2217A Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va Winstead, Mary Joyce ...................... Luttrellville, Va Wong, Carmen, 54-50 Myrtle Ave., Ridgewood 27. Brooklyn, N. Y Woods, Mildred R. .................. Route 1, Durham, N. C Young, Mary Ethel .... 4527 Fessenden Street, Washington, D. C Zea, Sophie M. .... ........................ S trasburg, Va Zehner, Ruth L. . .. . . . 1409 Linden Street, Reading, Pa ,-28 Compliments FRIE D H ------------------3--------3-3 - -3-3-t ------- 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 A P-AA 1111111111 lHlHVllll- t r PHARMACY l0l'l Lafayette Street-Telephone: 5-1777 CRESTVIEW PHARMACY, INC. 6516 Horsepen Road-Telephone: 88-2831 WESTWOOD PHARMACY, INC. 5805 Patterson Avenue-Telephone 6:2385 SUBURBAN PHARMACY, INC. 2369 Staples Mill Road-Telephone: 6-4929 A3 - -3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3 - -3-3 - - -3 -3-3-3-3- - -3 - 3- - - - - - - - -3- - - -3-3 5 at - -- za as Paul H. Pusey, Inc. Richmond's Only Lincoln-Mercury Dealer E I r - - R ...For... - ' THE FINEST BAKERY PRODUCTS ...Ca1l... n ANTLM-4c2.e..-:1::.':-..g:l:"1':' 1: - Safe Buy Used Cars ' 2732 West Broad St. W D . 6-1836 "A Friendly Organization" e e lver Dial 5-1755 as - - - f-.,... N Q- A , Lllli1"CI'.fjf.j! of Iliclwfoml if-.ffl 255 ADVERTISEMENTS i g.----1----g.--.g.-------..-.. 1 ul STUDE TSI Z It's Been Swell Serving You I I Q DO COME AGAIN I OL9 RIVER ROAD TAVERN Famom Claee.rebu1fge1f . I I I I . . I I ' 4 , I I I , rr 1: .I I I 1 I .! I 1 -3-3-3 - -3 - - - x i-l- - -l- - I i A. L. Lorrame Hardware CO., Inc. I DIAL 5-9101- i 3114 WEST CARY! STREET I' I I I LOWE BROS. PAINTS Ii SPORTING GOODS If ' HOUSE FURNISHINGS I Q-- -- - ,....... --H gg, ARNETTE ICE CREAM CO. .jvlmzfzfnrturers and f,Df.ff1'fblll07'.l' of Fine Ice Cream Sf? 5121 WEST' BROAD STREET RICHMOND -A VIRGINIA I, we TTT TTT TT T TT""Q iz U E, 256 DMJ THE 1952 WEB Anderson, George B. . . Apperson, Charles L. . . Armstrong, Herman P. . Ault, Peter N. ........ . Ballard, Lewis W. . . . Barnes, james H. Barney, Philip ..... Barrett, Robert D. ..... . Beale, Charles H., Ir. . . Bertz, Sidney L. ..... . Blanton. Charles A., II Bolton, William B. . .. Bonner, james E. .... . 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W a rsaw, . . . . . . . 2815 Floyd Ave., Richmond, . . 2529 Kensington Ave., Richmond, . . . ...... 909 Camp Ave., Norfolk Corry, Clinton B. ..... . . . . . 2401 Floyd Ave., Richmond . ......... Route 1, Ridgeway, . . . 4202 Augusta Ave., Richmond, 2315 Floyd Ave., Richmond, . 206 N. Vine Street, Richmond, B - - -- --- M For A Real Clenzzirzg Service Send It To Ur WESTHAMPTON CLEANING nfl CCMPANY 514 Libbie Avenue -1.1-Q-1.1 - -g-c.g.1-1.1-1-Q v-K-K Q l K2 ' WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE , CAMPUS SHOP KELLER HALL Cunningham, Clarence Dandridge, James A. Daniel, Arthur B., Jr. Davis, Carle E. .... . Dishner, jerry E. . .. Dugger, james M. . . . Eacho, Harrison C., jr. . . Ellett, joseph A. . . . . Esposito, Dominick J. Ferguson, Richard H. Finney, Willard R. . . Flesher, William I. . . Gayle, john C. . . . . Given, L. Walter Gross, Milton O. . . . Hall, Dorman T. . . . Harris, Frank D. . . . Harris, William M. . . Herndon, Richard H. Hicks, Robert L., Jr. . . . . 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Va. Va. Va. Va. Va Va. Va. Va Va Va. Va. Va. Va Va Va Va Va Va Va -8 -l-1-PPP:-Pri-P ri- -9:-- 5 K-1 K 1 li ll! A Q O wmde 04251 GAlllllI'l'l' Ir MASSIE, INC BICIMDND VIRGINIA I Q 'R 0 f , ' .! 1 I I , t I I . , . , I I I 1 S V C .1 1 , , ' 1 , z 3-x-x-x-1 -1-1 -3-x-3 -x-m-m- 5 z x-x-x-x-x-x-1-1-3-x-x-5-3-1-1-x-x-m-5-x-3-1-x-m-3-N Uvzifverszty of Rzclamovzd ' CJK 257 Wliite, I. Mercer, Jr. ......... . ADVERTISEMENTS K-K-L-l-t-l-K-K-R-l-l-i-!-l-K-l-l- -1- L- Km 1.1. g.g.r...r.z 9 i f' , - I Exclmzve . . r I A A OUR FAMOUS THREE POINT EASE 1 ff Built-in Dexigfz E.. L.. FOR ASSURED FIT i Xf T 1 X A 5 Precision sleeve ' A ser in. ' f , , j . X I Consistent I A 1 - Collar fit. ' Y ,. i , 1. .few gf . . I' E 7? Free and easy I , H arm hole and in 1 i blade. is I A O C KI G H A M f R ' I ' Clother for Men I fl I 1800 WEST BROAD STREET jg' I RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Q I I' I 9 YZ A A A 3 Kelly, jacob H., IU .... ....... R oute 3, Box 237, Norfolk, Va. Royall, Mrs. Margaret S. ......, 1608 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. Kelly, james B. ..... . . . 223 Bonner Street, Washington, N. C. Ryder, Richard R. ...,.... 1616 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. KUWHSIEY, Jerk O- - - ---- Route 10- BOX 969' Richmond' Va' Savage, Harold B. . . . . . . 24 Orchard Ave., Newport News, V.1. I-Hflfi, Williilin E. .... .. . 131 Alphine Drive, Danville, Va. Sayre, Truman L. . . .... 411V2 Woodland Ave., Beckley. W. Va. Lindley, jesse O., jr. . . . .......... Guilford College, N. C. Shaia, Harry, jr. ..,.......,. 4601 Fitzhugh Ave., Richmond, Va. Lumpkin, james M. . . . . . . 3125 Griliin Ave., Richmond, Va, Siieliiiflifi, RRY R-1 .li'- - - - - - - 4000 Fffliqiiief Ave-, R1ClUT10Df-i, V21- Lutins, Harvey S. ...... . . . 2406 Longview Ave., Roanoke, Va. Egconlsktilirilfleh "" ' - ii9CAhqg1PPi1ge'f3l'f?ue5:?i5a' oan, 1 iam . . . . .... ora ree , mr es on, . a. Martin, -Williariii H., jr. . . . . . . 4 Cowardin Ave.. Richmond, Va. Spnith, Richard E, ,.., , , . 2740 Byron Street, Richmond, Va. MCD0HfliCl, Arthur A-, If. --.-- 917 Second Street, DLlfl1HUl, N. C- Smouse, Richard R. .... . . . 68 Peacock Lane, Fairmont, W.V.1. Mervine, Charles E., jr. . .. 2120 Oakwood Lane, Richmond, Va. Stephenson, Lucius H. ........................ Monterey, Va. Miles, Craig NV. .....,.......................... Riner, Va. SYUUC, Pill-li R-i JF- ----- - - 226 Siilfiing Sifeei, Martinsville. V51- Moncure, Michael W., III, 1404 Brookland Parkway, Richmond, Va. 5f0'Yef5- Smlllca in ' ' ' ' "" ' ' 'j ' l?02609'R4ztav15tS' Moody, Willard J. ..... ........... D eane Bldg. Norfolk, Va. Sullivan- Wil mm S' """ 015 Ounce O ve" lc imon ' 'I' Mwdv, Jack A- ---- ------- 2 57 5- Third Ave., Siief City, N- C- Taylor, james A., III . . . ........,...... Fayetteville, W. Va. Moore, Walter V. . . . .... 4221 Brook Road, Richmond, Va. Terry, Daniel F. ............., 7500 Glebe Road, Richmond, Va. Murphy, Raymond R. . . . . . 2217 Newman Road, Richmond, Va. TIIOIUPSOH, D0H11lCi R- , I 5931 Chamberlayne Ave., No. 4, Richmond, Va. Nochta, Elmer I. . . . . . . 2620 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. Travis, Robert A., J,-I .,l.,, 2429 Swaftwout Aveq, Richmond, Va, Norvell, Ray C. ..... . Nunley, James E. ..,. . Nunnally, Wz1ver'ly E. . . Old, William A. ...... . Omohundro, Mrs. Ellen L Overstreet, jesse R., Jr. . Pearson, H. Clyde ..... Pendleton, Lewis S., jr. . Powell, Walter V. .... . Redding, Lawrence J., III Reievich, Frank J. ......... . Valdosta, Ga Cromona, Ky. . . . 2707 Toledo Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . 652 W. 37th Street, Norfolk, Va. . . 3612 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va. ..... . . . . . R.F.D. No. 1, Halifax, Va. . . . . R.F.D. No. 2, jonesville, Va. . .................. Cuckoo, Va . . . 61 Howard Ave., Ansonia, Conn 3906 Pilots Lane, Richmond, Va 26 S. Franklin Srteet, Shamokin, Pa Rigney, Millard L., jr. . .. ................. Bramwell, W. Va Rogers, Miss Elizabeth B. Rosner, Charles P. ..... . 258 IYXJ . . . . . . . Forest Hills, Danville, Va. . 1248 E. Onley Road, Norfolk, Va. Turner, Kenneth W. . . . . . . .... P. O. Box 91, Rose Hill, N. C. Wfalton, Ashton C., jr. ........ 930-A Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Weaver, Clyde M. ..... . Wells, Archie O. .... West, Hugh A. ...... . Wficker, J. Tivis .......... Wilhoit, Kenneth S. . . Wilkinson, james B. ..... . Wills, Gordon B. ...... . Winberg, Charles H. . . . Winchester, Gus ........ XXfood, Harold E., Ir. Wood, Marshall H. . .. Young, William C. . . . . 1819 Second Street, Moundsville, VU Diesel Housing Unit, Richmond, 60 W. Water Street, Pocahontas, Route 1,Holland, 203 Wilton Road, Richmond, 6789 Dartmouth Ave., Richmond, 1207 W. 47th Street, No. 1, Richmond 5000 Kensington Ave., Richmond, . . . . . . . . 318 Cedar Street, Suffolk, 2205 Park Ave., Richmond, . . 1815 W. Grace Street, Richmond, . . . 101 Tuckahoe Blvd., Richmond, . . . 1015 Oakwood Ave., Richmond, 1 Vu. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. TI-1131952 UVEB ADVERTISEMENTS WAKEFIELD GRILL FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE The One and Only Place in Richmond Servirzg CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH Also Full Course Dinners Choice Steaks Sea Food CLOSED ON MONDAYS 3124 W. Broad St. Dial 5-8987 CCC ""' A 'AIA A B - B. O. Williams and Son BUILDING CONTRACTOR 1625 HAMILTON STREET RICHMOND 21, VIRGINIA 28 ,,- 5 FLOWERS mafikawu-9204646 304 N. 6th St. Dial 2-0958, 2-2590 RICHMOND 19, VA. Quality Firft 1 "S CHAS. E. SAVEDGE CLEANING WORKS CLEANING, PRESSING, DYEING AND REIIAIRING "NONE BETTER" Your iWork Expecifzlly Soliciled . Dial 5-7541 Dial 5-3258 5106 West Cary Street K 1-T"l'-3"l-l- 'I-I-I-3-I'T'X-3-3"l-I-3-1-3"3-l"l-3"N University of Richmond RICHMOND, VIRGINIA ' I IA-AIAA-In 5 1.21259 ADVERTISEMENTS - , - - - v - v - - - - H 5 K- K- l- l- K- 1- l- l-K-l-l T T ' T V Contlnuous L RUCKER 8: RICHARDSON L , - i i 1 Z. g REALTORS a I ,- ,- , Qua tty g, SALES N-N LOANS N-N RENTALS a. 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Route No. 2, Hampton . . 2019 Floyd Ave., Richmond 4020 Clinton Ave., Richmond 3006-A Floyd Ave., Richmond 5324 Michael Ave., Richmond 9 a Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Blechman, Edward M., 6934 Huntington Ave., Newport News, Va. Bloch, Alan L. ........... 141 Wyckoff Place, Woodmere, N. Y Bloom, Allan S. .... ...... . 403 Harlan Circle, Richmond, Bowden, LaSanda ...... 121 No. Lombardy Ave., Richmond, Boze, Lynn J. .......... 7321 Three Chopt Road, Richmond, Breeden, Raymond Lee, Ir., 3223 Collingwood Street, Roanoke, Burnette, Donald G. ......................... . Bynum, Rewel A. . . . . Cardwell, Samuel P. .... . . Wellville, R.F.D. No. 1, Chase City, . . . . . Route No. 4, Lynchburg, Va Va Va Va Va Val Va Carter, William I. ............. 2106 Shell Road, Hampton, Va Cayton, Roy S. ............ 4515 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va Chandler, john William . . . 4521 Larchmont Lane, Richmond, Va Cheatham, Russell L. ........ 3319 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va Clarkson, Julian W. . . Apt. 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