University of Richmond - Web Yearbook (Richmond, VA)

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She has always endeavored to prove, by leadership and by example, that the improvement of Man and his Society is the goal for which we must strive. To illustrate more clearly the important role Miss Keller has played in school and community, we cite only a few of her myriad activities concerning the University and the City of Richmond. She is City Commander of the Richmond Chapter of the American Cancer Society, acting President of the Board of Collegiate School Qand has been on the board for several yearsj, a representative of the Cancer Society on the Community Fund Board, and served on the Federal Grand jury for six months last year. In addition, she is Membership Chairman of the Altrusa Club, an international service club for execu- tive and professional women. She is a member of many other groups and organizations such as the Richmond Area Community Council, the Health Committee of Y .W.C.A., the city association of Phi Beta Kappa, the Richmond Branch of the American Association of Uni- versity Women, the Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma fa profes- sional fraternity for teachersj, the Virginia Academy of Science, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Valentine Museum, the Musicians Club, Pi Beta Phi social fraternity, and the Woman's Club. She is also an honorary member of I-Iadassah, a jewish Women's organization. In addition to these purely local activities, Miss Keller has travelled extensively in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Therefore, we fondly dedicate this annual to the very epitome of Richmond-school and city-Miss May Keller. Miss May Keller ,N A Q .: Q ,w v X .n 5 3 lf K c sf x Z. 5 5 ,4 Q Q 5 A we MWM xf A WMV T: -w Q Q25 u-- :ANL -- 1 Q x ,, .... . Q L, .mx .. , .. .. .. nga J X. ,4 K E Q nw., z in is is ya Yi n wg lx wzkzgmg- 1 u QJZAH in Zgla n nf--W Q: ww I vhinyo -wwfi UF Mn Q5-E351 Qggwwm ggwfl 5 ix - nv i -gf V H5 mfr' "Manga na :f'Q"' Q w ug fm mmsmdw rg A xg, - -:wwfw 1-f N , W, z -1 K K M: 2 U , Mg. W iw: Q vi-X Km ,gg :MN f M - 3 Mwwf -Q qw 1, 4 M W Z, M-fn f X 1. 1 wmv-W ww ' " iiiliii Y ,Qu 2,44 A ADMINISTRATION IIEIQESIZEUIII nt. MI IWQJIIIEII IQ :I 50652 nz ayx., The 1953 web ADMINISTRATION Treasurer DR. CHARLES B. WHEELER, III I rl El - Www I DEAN JOSEPHINE T UCKER Demz of Worrzerz Westhampton College Deans of Students DEAN C. J. GRAY Dean of Men Richmond College, School of Business University of Richmond -,119 ADMINISTRATION I 'Qu MARGUERITE ROBERTS Weftbafvzptofz College V- ' I . .- - :fs IIULLEGE RAYMOND B. PINCHBECK Richmoml C I I ollege 3 if 617' Q- III Yr eg? 6.1 'P , W?-.p , 2? If I -. " I A HJ-7.2, ,, A' 'X ,yiffifhgw L Q . M' IOYX-2 WILLIAM T. MUSE Low School The T953 Web ADMINISTRATION BEANS F. BYERS MILLER School of Bufiheff ' I 1 , , . . W- r.-,.,,,,,,y X :ii .13-452f'EG5mu . .I ' it-Inq l ,gl I: E ' I I L1 ' -f I I7 1 H II I 4 ' I ala EDWARD F. OVERTON Szzmmef' School x , 1 5: any xi x e m fw f-7 V 7-"Ii " BEN JAMIN C. I-IOLTZCLAW Gmdzmle School University of Richmond -,111 1 ADMINISTRATION University SPENCER D. ALBRIGHT, Associate Professor of Political Science D. FERREL ATKINS, Assistant Professor of Mathematics RODNEY M. BAINE, Associate Professor of English SAMUEL H. BAKER, JR., Instructor in Business Adminis- tration LEWIS F. BALL, Assistant Professor of English SHUBEAL T. BEASLEY, JR., Assistant Professor of Modern Languages ELMER BILLMAN, Instructor in Mathematics RAYMOND B. BROWN, Assistant Professor of Bible MILLARD K. BUSHONG, Associate Professor of History and Political Science MERTON E. CARVER, Professor of Psychology HANNAH COKER, Professor of Music MAJOR JAMES E. COULTER, Instructor, TC-ROTC SOLON B. COUSINS, Professor of Bible FANNIE G. CRENSHAW, Professor of Physical Education JAMES C. DAVIDSON, Instructor, TC-ROTC THOMAS C. FRANKLIN, Assistant Professor of Chem- istry EUNICE FOY, Assistant Professor of Spanish WILLIAM J. GAINES, Professor of Romance Languages GEORGE S. GRAHAM, Instructor in History EDWARD W. GREGORY, JR., Professor of Sociology FRANCES W. GREGORY, Professor of History JOAN GRIES, Assistant Professor of English AUSTIN E. GRIGG, Assistant Professor of Psychology WOODFORD B. HACKLEY, Professor of Latin LT. ROBERT N. LANDRAHAN, Instructor, TC-ROTC JESSIE HAYNES, Instructor in Education NATHANIEL H. HENRY, Assistant Professor of English LUCY T. HORNER, Assistant Professor of French GEORGE W. JENNINGS, Assistant Professor of Business Ad- ministrcrtion COLONEL ROBERT C. LARSON, PMST, TC-ROTC EMMANUEL LAST, Associate Professor of Marketing THOMAS E. LAVENDER, Associate Professor of Ro- mance Languages CAROLINE LUTZ, Professor of English RALPH C. MCDANEL, Professor of American History MARY JANE MILLER, Instructor in Physical Education LT. THOMAS J. MORGAN, Instructor, AF-ROTC 1 12rX-J The 1953 Web ADMINISTRATION Faculty JOSEPH E. NETTLES, Instructor in Journalism and Director of Public Relations SHIRLEY M. O'DONNEL, Instructor in Art Design EVA R. PARRISH, Instructor in Physical Education EDWARD C. PEPLE, Associate Professor of English PRISCILLA PHILIPS, Assistant Professor of Voice J. STANTON PIERCE, Professor of Chemistry CULLEN PITT, MD, University Physician W. ALLAN POWELL, Assistant Professor of Chemistry MALCOLM L. PYE, Assistant Professor of Accounting B NOLAN E. RICE, Assistant Professor of Biology MARJORIE RIVENBURG, Associate Professor of Latin MAJOR R. C. ROBINSON, Instructor, AF-ROTC ' MARGARET ROSS, Associate Professor of English MARGARET RUDD, Associate Professor of Spanish HILTON RUFTY, Associate Professor of Music J. RALPH SHOTWELL, Assistant Professor of Religious Education, and Director of Religious Activities N. WILFORD SKINNER, Assistant Professor of German ROBERT F. SMART, Professor of Biology WALTER F. SNYDER, Associate Professor of Classics HELEN STAFFORD, Assistant Professor of History SAMUEL W. STEVENSON, Professor of English ROBERT M. STONE, Director of Student Activities Building PAUL F. SWASEY, Instructors in Mathematics JACKSON TAYLOR, Assistant Professor of Physics HERMAN D. THOMAS, Professor of Economics WILLIAM E. TROUT, JR., Professor of Chemistry MARK F. TROXELL, Instructor of Music, Director of Band, Glee Club WILLIAM H. WARREN, Instructor in Business Adminis- tration WARWICK R. WEST, Assistant Professor of Biology DAVID M. WHITE, Instructor in Business Administration J. ASA WHITT, Instructor in Business Administration J. HUNDLEY WILEY, Professor of Sociology GEORGE WILLIAMS, Instructor in Physics MARY ELIZABETH WRENN, Director of Religious Activities JEAN WRIGHT, Professor of French University of Richmond ,103 u Q m x,, 31 ,117 Q25 H 5 . 2 nz w as w in me my .L by f 2 1 fig gg H 1 y N H Q u 1 , ,Q 'FT saw, QEZXBQQNQL W, as Wm -- .gww eg H 5.59m 7 N545 ': ' W f- W ' M5 i"m5'5 V E Fx' V. Y We ' 5 A , W 8. ' bf 'lmn Eng' - IUJTUDLS . the special activities encompassing the total local scene and branching out to nearby areas, spreading the fame of Richmond-college and city ul I... HW if-W. n ,, 1 . gilillfi mm fi Ill:-nl-H 7.. 'if' x gi! s ' Q5 X ip .E n-:Z-x . Egan , 2-gn fa-Z' 1-ki' F .,,-gag ' G35- EE ef igfsi e 'X 3 Q E w r l V E i I .Tj 53, ? ,i v '75 . QITEE ... .. .J -...f --472' n I -. - - . ' - ',' ,"'.l1 A ill ll-flll .1l'ULllTTll!l'DlY 5 T .fn 5 a -f 4 n ix Q E 5. g :I n 5 E I ng ll . I 1 I LH A . -'h- - 9 I if ,I ' . . 1 ' - ,- r 4 .n 4 4 I - 1- .L 4 'r Y .TQ-,1 1 C I u I xl "' -'K "'- X f 1 I 4 ..-L k -,411 FEATURES We have departed from tradition this year in the selection of the WEB BEAUTY. In keeping with the theme of school and city, the contest was judged by three prominent local figures-Miss Betty Blan- ton, fashion consultant of Thalhimer's Department Store, Mr. Foster Orpin, photographer and manager of Foster Studios, and Mr. Art Wood, cartoonist and artist of the Riclamomi News-Leader. The WEB staff decided on this plural body to more adequately rep- resent a cross section of community life. This is only one- facet of a school-community relationship of which both parties may be proud. At a small "coffee hour" in Keller Hall, the judges met the candi- dates, talked to them, and therefore were able to make their decisions on a basis of beauty as a complete entity-including personality, Clair, and poise. In this way, the handicap of long-distance judging by pho- tograph alone was overcome. The difficult job of choosing a winner from nine such excellent candidates was f1nally accomplished, and the judges announced their decision: Miss Page McCray is the 1955 WEB BEAUTY. Our feelings at this time are fourfold. First, we heartily congratu- late the winner and thank the runners-up, secondly, we commend the student body of Westhampton College for their nine excellent choices, thirdly, we extend our deepest and warmest thanks to Miss Blanton, and Messrs. Grpin and Wood for their fine job and extensive coopera- tion 5 and, lastly, we are gratified at the success of our unique contribution to school-campus cooperation and interest. The Web Beauty Miss Page Mctrey MSDN- V The 1953 Web T X I 1 X W . 1 W i i i 3 i 3 Q I s Q 3 E ,r 5 E E, 3 W a 2 3 5 Q F gi 1 S E 5 es L? 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Left to right: Bob Parsons, Marshall Tuck, Mac Shotwell, George Aldhizer-Chairman, Charles Wiltshire, Larry Matthews, John Woodridge, Jim Brier. The 1953 Web 28Yx-2 STUDENT GOVERNMENT SENATE. Left to right, seated: Jim Wheatley, Bob Evans, Tom Mullins, Frank Gragnani, Dick Jones, Ward Harkracler-Presi- dent, Joe Prussack, Jerry Ezekiel, Dick Howard, Lew Baird, Jim Murphy. Standing: Cecil Marsh, Spencer Albright, Bill Peach. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Left to right, seated: Alton Owen, Lin Matthews, Bob Alley -President, Spencer Albright, Billy Nichols. Standing: Lew Flippen, Russ Comer, Warren McNeal, Dick Keith, Parke Dickerson, John Edmonds, Vaughan Gary, Bob Burrus, lke Cum- bee, Tom Pollard, Bob Barker, Skip Lamb, Cecil Marsh. THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES was organized this year by a Richmond College constitutional amendment. It is composed of members from each social fraternity, each organization which receives money from the Student Government, and all ac- cepted petitioning groups of twenty members or more. The main responsibility of the House is to settle disputes between campus organizations and recommend legislation to the Senate. After a most successful first year, all indications are that the House will become, in future years, the best outlet for student opinion. U niversity of Richmond sfl29 RHCHMGND CQLILEGE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left fo right: Zuber, Clark, Phillips, Agee, Taylor. Q ' E' y ' . X fx HM, IIIQIIHIIII EMI ' - 'Y D H w un 'Giga -II If SIIIII I GUM IIIIQEIIQ SID PHILLIPS .... .... P refidefzr DOUG CLARK . . . .... Vice Preyidenl SIDNEY ZUBEI1 .... ...... S ecremry COAN AGEE .... . . . T1'E0l.fZl1'L'1' SAM TAYLOR .... . . . Seminar goyx, The IQ53 Web SENIOR QLASS WILLIAM J. ABRONSKI Ocean City, New Jersey. B.A., French Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice President, Secretary, Canterbury Clubg French Clubg Varsity Swimming, Intramural Athletics. JOHN W. ADAMS Roanoke, Virginia. B.A., Bible Transfer from Mars Hill junior Collegeg Baptist Student Uniong Ministerial Association. ROBERT S. ALLEY Richmond, Virginia. BA., Polilicczl Science Kappa Alphag Omicron Delta Kappag Pi Delta Epsilong Sigma Pi Sigmag Pi Sigma Alphag IIf"bo'.r IIVbo,' Dean's List, Intermedi- ate Honorsg Student Government, House of Representatives, Speaker, International Relations Club, Presidentg Ministerial Associationg Collegifzzz, Business Managerg Spider Harzzlboole, Editorg Orientation Committeeg Matriculation Committee. JAMES M. ANDERSON, JR. Andersonville, Virginia. BA., Latin Dean's List, Forensic Council, President, Future Teachers of America, President, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Societyg Debate Teamg President's Advisory Councilg Student Center, Board of Governorsg Chess Clubg Vffesley Foundationg Collegimzy Inter- national Relations Club. COAN G. AGEE Meadows of Dan, Virginia. B.A. Religion Transfer from Bluefield junior Collegeg Lambda Chi Alpha Senior Class, Treasurerg Baptist Student Union, State President Ministerial Associationg Varsity Basketballg Intramural Ath- letics. GEORGE R. ALDHIZER, JR. Harrisonburg, Virginia. BA., Political Sciefzre Phi Gamma Delta, President, Historiang Omicron Delta Kappa Pi Delta Epsilong Pi Sigma Alphag lIVbo',r IlVb0,' Honor Coun cil, Chairmang WEB, Business Manager, Glee Club, Vice Presi dentg Interfraternity Councilg International Relations Club Presidents Advisory Councilg Harlequin Clubg Philologian Liter- ary Society 3 Orientation Committee. CHARLES J. ARRINGTON, JR. Carrsville, Virginia. B.A., Hiflory A.F.R.O.T.C.g Intramural Sports. WALTER M. ASBURY Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Chemirlry Phi Kappa Sigmag Band, Chemistry Clubg German Club. University of Riehniondl s-1131 l?tlCl-lllflrtfllltxlm ICDLILEGE ROBERT E. BATEMAN Norfolk Virginia. BA., Prycbalogy Theta' Chi, Presidentg Student Government, House of Repre- sentatives, Interfraternity Council, Harlequin Clubg Psychology Clubg Mu Sigma Rho, Intramural Atheltics. ROBERT E. BAYLOR, JR. Richmond, Virginia. B.A., English Kappa Alpha, Treasurerg Pi Delta Epsilon, Collegian, Manag- ing Editor, Sports Editor, Spider Hmzdbooie, Business Manager, Associate Eclitorg Varsity Club, Publicity Directorg Canterbury Clubg Freshman Trackg Freshman Cross Countryg Varsity Track, Varsity Cross Country, Intramural Athletics. WILLIAM R. BEASLEY Norfolk, Virginia. B.S., Chemirfry Transfer from Norfolk Division of Willianu and Maryg Pi Kappa Alpha, llVbo'r lVbo,' Pi Delta Epsilong Senior Class, Secretaryg Glee Club, President, Treasurer, Chemistry Club, Treasurerg Harlequin Clubg Merrerrger, Cartoonistg Medical Assistant, Freshman Footballg Varsity Trackg Intramural Athletics. HUNTER J. BERNARD Portsmouth, Virginia. BA., Hirlory Pi Kappa Alpha, Ministerial Association. ALBERT L. ATKINS Richmond, Virginia. B.S'., Cbewziflry C al I egimz. CHARLES L. BAIRD, JR. Hampden-Sydney, Virginia. B.S., Cbemirlry Kappa Sigmag Student Government, Senatorg University Coun- cilg Chemistry Club, Presiclentg Orientation Week Committeeg Religious Focus Week Committeeg Freshman Baseballg Intra- mural Athletics. DONALD B. BEAMAN Norfolk, Virginia. B.S., Mnlbenzatirr Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Treasurer, ll5'b0'r llybo' Y.M.C.A., President, State President, State Secretary, lnterfra- ternity Council, Presidents Advisory Councilg Canterbury Club, Presidentg Honor Council, Chairmang Religious Activities Coun- cil, Presidentg Religious Focus Week Committee, Chairman, Intramural Athletics. THOMAS O. BEANE Manassas, Virginia. B.A., Polilirfzl Science Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Chairmang Harlequin Club, Varsity Clubg Baptist Student Uniong International Relations Club, Freshman Footballg Freshman Track, Varsity Track, Intramural Athletics. 325- 'llhe T953 'W-el. SENIOR CLASS GEORGE R. BIGGS New York, New York. B.A., Piychology Ministerial Associationg Baptist Student Uniong Chemistry Clubg Future Teachers of America. JOHN M. BISHOP, JR. Roanoke, Virginia. B.A., Cbemirlry Kappa Sigmag junior Class, Secretaryg Chemistry Club, Treas- urer, Interfraternity Council, Intramural Athletics. JAMES E. BROWN Phoebus, Virginia. BA., Englirb University Choir, Presidentg Glee Clubg Radio Guildg Varsity Cross Country. SIDNEY E. BROWN Alberta, Virginia. BA., Political Science Dean's Listg Pi Sigma Alpha, Presidentg S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, International Relations Club. University ot Richmond JOHNNIE BRADLEY Phoebus, Virginia. B.A., Bible Transfer from Bluefield junior College, Ministerial Associationg Baptist Student Union. G. ROBERT BROWN Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. BA., Sociology Transfer from Virginia Polytechnic Instituteg Sigma Phi Epsilong Collegimzg Intramural Athletics. r WILLIAM E. BROWNE Stevensville, Virginia. BA., Erzglifh Theta Chig Pi Delta Epsilong Student Government, House of Representativesg Forensic Councilg Mu Sigma Rho, Presidentg Spider I'IllIl!fb0Uk, Associate Editorg Collegimz, Assistant Editor, Managing Editor, Merrezzgez-,' French Club, Intramural Athletics. MARVIN F. BURGESS Heathsville, Virginia. B.S., Malbemcrlicr Radio Guildg Philologian Literary Society, Secretary, Glee ' Clubg Varsity Track. -433 PlClelMCJlNlD CQLLEGE ROGER W. CAULKINS Washiiugton, D. C. B.S., Mfzlbemfzlirr Pi Kappa Alpha, Philologian Literary Society, lnterfraternity Council, Freshman Track, Varsity Track, Intramural Athletics. WILLIAM D. CLARK Martinsville, Virginia. B.S. Biology Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice President, Rush Chairman, Omicron Delta Kappa, President, Pi Delta Epsilon, President, Student Center, Board of Governors, Presidents Advisory Council, Me.r.re11ger, Richmond College .Editor, Student Government, Senator, Senior Class, Vice President, Orientation Committee, University Players, Vice President. JAMES R. COMER Rich Creek, Virginia. B.S., Cbemirtry Transfer from Bluefield College, Lambda Chi Alpha, Stu- dent Government, House of Representatives, Glee Club, Chemistry Club, Future Teachers of America, Baptist Stu- dent Union, Intramural Athletics. ALGAR H. COSBY Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Pbyricr WINSTON W. CARTER Highland Springs, Virginia. B.A., Bible LEO T. CARUTHERS, JR. Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Pbyrifr Transfer from George Washington University, Pi Kappa Alpha' Band, German Club. ALBERT W. COATES, JR. Holdcroft, Virginia. B.A., Ezzglirb Lambda Chi Alpha, President, Pi Delta Epsilon, Collegian, Assistant Editor, Spider Hmzkilnook, Associate Editor, Mer- .rezz,ger,' Interfraternity Council, Harlequin Club, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Baptist Student Union, French Club, Intramural Athletics. ROY E. COHN New Rochelle, New York. BA., Cbemirlry Upsilon Rho, President, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Student Government, House of Repre- sentatives, Harlequin Club, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Band, Hillel Foundation, Treasurer, Religious Activities Council, Treasurer, Religious Emphasis Week, Chairman, Chemistry Club, Vice President, German Club, Camera Club, Freshman Swim- ming, Intramural Athletics. .. 3-Hx! The V953 We-lo s SENIOR CLASS THOMAS A. COUCH Richmond, Virginia. B.A,, Prychology Transfer from William and Mary College. HAYNIE W. CRAFTON, JR. Petersburg, Virginia. BA., Hirmry Theta Chig Canterbury Club. WILLIAM 0. DILLARD, JR. Lanesville, Virginia. BA., Bible Transfer from Blue5eld Junior Collegeg Alpha Delta, Secretaryg Baptist Student Union, Secretaryg Ministerial Association, Secretary. CECIL L. DODSON Martinsville, Virginia. B.A., Bible Transfer from Bluefield junior Collegeg Lambda Chi Alpha, Y.M.C.A.g Baptist Stuclent Uniong Ministerial Association: Intramural Athletics. PHILIP L. CUMBIA Broadnax, Virginia. BA., Religion Transfer from Blueheld junior Collegeg Alpha Deltag Baptist Student Union, Ministerial Association. HUGH o. CURRAN Charlotte Harbor, Florida. B.A. Ermzomirr Scabbard and Blade, Vice President. HERBERT L. DUPREE, JR. Norfolk, Virginia, BA., Hirlory Transfer from Norfolk Division of College of Williani anc' Baptist Student Uniong Ministerial Associationg . . .A. RICHARD B. EATON, JR. Winchester, Virginia. BA., Ezzglirb Phi Alpha Thetag Phi Beta Kappa, Dean's Listg Glee Clubg University Choirg Future Teachers of America, University Playersg Ionian Music Club, German Club. University of Richmond C1135 Pltil-IIVIQIXID CCDLLEGE WILLIAM D. FLEMING Richmond, Virginia. BA., Ecozzomicr Transfer from Millsaps College, Phi Gamma Delta, Treasurer, Band, Glee Club, Quartet. JAMES S. GAHAGAN Alexandria, Virginia. BA., Polilicczl Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Interfraternity Council, Vice Pretdent, Harlequin Club, Varsity Basketball, Captain, Varsity Clu . FRANCIS D. GRAGNANI Richmond, Virginia. BA., Bclilcmfiofz Transfer from Belmont Abbey College, Kappa Sigma, Stu- dent Government, Athletic Representative, President's Ad- visory Council, Athletic Council, Newman Club, Varsity Club, Varsity Baseball, Intramural Athletics. JOHN J. GREEVER, III Dublin, Virginia. BS., Nlnlhefmnfici' Transfer from George Wasliingtcxn University, Phi Kappa Sigma, Assistant Pi, Sigma, Upsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, Die Lustige Gesellschaft, Mathematical Association of America, Intramural Athletics. JOHN W. EDMONDS, III Accomac, Virginia. BA., Political Science Kappa Alpha, Pi Sigma Alpha, Secretary, Sophomore Class, Secretary, International Relations Club, French Club, Harlequin Club, Intramural Athletics. GERALD A. EZEKIEL, JR. Richmond, Virginia. B.S. Cbemirlry Phi Alpha, Vice President, Student Government, Board of Pub- lications' Representative, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Hillel Foundation, Collegian, Columnist, WEB, Photographic Editor, Camera Club. JOHN H. GEISER Manasquan, New Jersey. B.A., Poliliml Science Transfer from Maryville College, Theta Chi, Mu Sigma Rho, Collegicmg Barracks Council, Intramural Athletics. HAROLD M. GOLDSTON Petersburg, Virginia. BA., Eclizmrion Baptist Student Union, Future Teachers of America. 36lN.2 'Illfie N953 Web SEENUQIFR CLASS BERT E. HALL, JR. Richmond, Virginia. BA., Pryrfyology Transfer from Randolph-Macon College, Pi Kappa Alpha. EUGENE W. HARKER Richmond, Virginia. BA., Sociology Sigma Phi Epsilon, Glee Clubg Intramural Athletics. EVERETT P. HAYDON, JR. Kensington, Maryland. B.S., llflfzlbemfllicr Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice President. BOBBY G. HOLDEN Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Pryrbology Transfer from Oklahoma A tk M Collegeg Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade, President, Y.M.C.A.g Religious Focus Vfeek Committee, German Clubg R.O.T.C., Major, Rifle Team, Psychology Clubg Varsity Baseball, Intramural Athletics. FLETCHER W. HARKRADER Glen Allen, Virginia. B.A., Poliliml Science Sigma Phi Epsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha, llyboir llf"b0,' Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Sigma Alphag Dean's List, Freshman Class, Senatorg junior Class, Senator, Student Gov- ernment, Vice President, Honor Councilg S. C. Mitchell Liter- ary Societyg Forensic Councilg Collegiazzg Debate Teamg Re- ligious Activities Council, Religious Focus Week, Chairmang Wesley' Foundation, Vice Presidentg Y.M.C.A.g International Relations Clubg Student Center, Board of Governorsg Intra- mural Athletics. THOMAS J. HARLAN, JR. Richmond, Virginia. BA., Englirb Transfer from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Varsity Track. SEYMOUR HORWITZ Richmond, Virginia. BA., Eazglirh Dean's List, Student Government, House of Representativesg S. C. Mitchell Literary Society. RUSSELL T. HUNT Hurt, Virginia. BA., Bible Transfer from Bluefield junior College. Llnive-rsity of Richmond -1137 RUC!!-HMQNID COLLEGE ALVIN G. ILDAS Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Prycbology Glee Club. THOMAS A. JACKSON Baltimore, Maryland. BA., Hirfory Transfer from Towson' State Teachers College, Alpha Deltag Phi Beta Kappa, Dean's List, Baptist Student Uniong Ministerial Association. ELIJAH H. JONES Bon Air, Virginia. B.A., Politiml Science Kappa Sigma, Social Chairman, Omicron Delta Kappag Pi Sigma Alpha, Student Government, Treasurerg Sophomore Class Senator, Harlequin Club, Treasurer, Presidentg Varsity Track. EDGAR W. JORDAN Richmond, Virginia. BA., Edlzmiioxz Pi Kappa Alpha, junior Class, Vice Presiclentg Future Teachers of Americag Harlequin Clubg Varsity Club, Treasurerg Orienta- tion Committeeg Varsity Cross Country, Captaing Varsity Track, Co-captain, Intramural Athletics. RANDOLPH C. KIENTZ Richmond, Virginia. B..S'., Mrzlbemfzlicr Varsity Track. A i ROBA L. KING i Midlothian, Virginia. B.A., Bible Alpha Delta. ALLEN B. KINZEY Richmond, Virginia. B.A., French and Mzzrir Dean's List, Canterbury Club, German Club, French Club. ' MICHAEL A. KORB, JR. Richmond, Virginia. BA., Sociology i Dean's List, Intermediate Honors. 38Jfg,v The Web SIENHOR CLASS JOSEPH J. KRIVITSKI Springfield, Pennsylvania. B.A., Cbemirlry Kappa Sigma, Grand Scribe, Scabbard and Blade, Sergeant at Arms, Newman Club, Chemistry Club, R.O.T.C., Rifle Team, Intramural Athletics. CHARLES T. LANE Richmond, Virginia. BA., Economics Theta Chi, Mu Sigma Rho, WEB, Freshman Track, Intramural Athletics. OTIS W. LONG Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Englirb Phi Gamma Delta, Corresponding Secretary, President, llyhffs llylyog Freshman Class, President, Sophomore Class, Senator, junior Class, Secretary, Interfraternity Council, Harlequin Club, Varsity Club, Varsity Baseball, Captain, All-State, All-Southern, Intramural Athletics. FRANK A. LOWMAN Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Mathematics Pi Mu Epsilon, Dean's List. PAUL B. LOGAN, JR. Newport News, Virginia. BA., Bible - Transfer from Bluefield Junior College, Alpha Delta, Philolo- gian Literary Society, Y.M.C.A., Baptist Student Union, Min-- isterial Association, Religious Activities Council. WILLIAM H. LOHMANN Richmond, Virginia. BA., Hirlory Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Dean's List, International Relations Club. ERNEST A. LUMSDEN, JR. Danville, Virginia. BA., Pryrbolagy and Efzglirb Phi Gamma Delta, Dean's List, Psychology Club, Vice President, Glee Club, Secretary, Band, Philologian Literary Society, Historian, Collegian, Ionian Music Club, Harlequin Club, Vice President, Interfraternity Council, Baptist Stu- dent Union, Alma Mater Appreciation Week Committee. ROBERT G. MANION Aiken, South Carolina. BA., Economics i Transfer from Wasliingtrwn and Lee University, Sigma Nu, Intramural Athletics. U ra iversity of Richmonol M39 PlCIellVlCDl'NllD CQIl.l.EGlE GARVIN C. MARTIN Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Sociology Transfer from Mississippi College, Phi Gamma Delta. LINWOOD C. MATTHEWS, JR. Richmond, Virginia. BA., Political Science Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Alpha Thetag Pi Delta Epsilong Pi Sigma Alpha, Dean's List, Intermediate Honorsg Student Government, House of Repre- sentatives, Clerkg International Relations Club, French Clubg WEB, Business Stalig Merferzger, Business Managerg Spider Hmzrlbootq' Collegian, Business Staff. Q ROBERT B. MOORE Suffolk, Virginia. BA., Latin Pi Delta Epsilon, Dean's Listg Philologian Literary Society, Secretary, Critic, French Clubg Forensic Council, Secretary- Treasurerg Glee Club, Librarian, Ionian Music Club, Future Teachers of Arnericag WEB, Richmond College Editor, Delegate, Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association, Baptist Student Union. ORRIN D. MORRIS Hampton, Virginia. BA., Sociology Transfer from Blueheld junior College, Baptist Student Union, Ministerial Association, Religious Activities Coun- cil, Varsity Trackg Intramural Athletics. :V- ROBERT C. MARKHAM Martinsville, Virginia. B.A., Ezzglifb and Religion Transfer from Bluefield junior College, Phi Gamma Deltag Dean's Listg Philologian Literary Societyg Forensic Council, Future Teachers of Americag Y.M.C.A., Baptist Student Uniong Ministerial Association, WEB, Underclass Editorg International Relations Clubg Psychology Club, Intersociety Debatingg Chess Teamg Varsity Golf. CECIL E. MARSH Lynchburg, Virginia. BA., Bible Alpha Delta, Pledge Master, Omicron Delta Kappa, Dean's Listg Student Government, House of Representatives, Senate Chaplain, Presidents Advisory Councilg Y.M.C.A., Treasurerg Baptist Student Union, Youth Revival Chairman, Ministerial Association, Secretary, President, Religious Activities Council, Freshman Basketball, Intramural Athletics. WILLIAM E. MCKISSICK Blackstone, Virginia. BA., Eclrzcnliozz Transfer From Blackstone Collegeg Theta Chi, Future Teachers of America, Mu Sigma Rhog Glee Clubg Y.M.C.A. JOSEPH T. MOORE Richmond, Virginia, B.A., Ecofzomirr Freshman Baseball. 4Ol'X-2 The 'I953 Web SENIOR CLASS MELVIN R. MORRISON Portsmouth, Virginia. B.S., Biology Biology Club, French Club, Hillel Foundation, Freshman Track, Intramural Athletics. I CHARLES S. MOSS Buckingham, Virginia. BA., Pfyrbology Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Freshman Baseball, Football Team, Manager, Intramural Athletics. CLYDE D. NUCKOLS Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Ecofzomicf Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Glee Club. PHILIP L. OGLESBY Virginia Beach, Virginia. B.S., CZ78772iJ'l7'-Q' Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Dean's List. CHRISTIAN P. NAPOLI Phillipsburg, New jersey. B.A., Sociology Kappa Sigma, Varsity Football, Intramural Athletics. NICHOLAS A. NIELSON Richmond, Virginia. BA., Political Science Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secretary, Omicron Delta Kappa, Ilyhlllj' H7605 Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice President, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Sigma Alpha, Derm's List, Intermediate Honors, Summer School Honor Council, Interfraternity Council, Collegian, Editor-in-chief, Spider Handbook, Circulation Manager, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Mu Sigma Rho, Presidents Advisory Council, Orientation Committee, Matriculation Committee, International Relations Club, Chess Cluh. l RAY T. OGLESBY Richmond, Virginia. B..S'., Biology ' Phi Delta Theta, Warden, Treasurer, Beta Beta Beta, Presi- 1 dent, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Biology Club, XVEB, 1 Varsity Track, Intramural Athletics, JESSE H. PARKER Norfolk, Virginia. B.A., Bible Alpha Delta. University of Richmond 2141 l'5ilCl-l1l'+!lQll"alllZD RALPH E. PEACHEE Richmond, Virginia. BA., Sociology Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Glee Club, Y.M.C.A., Varsity Football, Intramural Athletics. WILLIAM H. PERKINS, JR. Richmond, Virginia. BA., Evrglirb Sigma Phi Epsilon, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, XVEB, Var- sity Cross Country, Intramural Athletics. CHARLES R. PITTS Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Cbemiylry Kappa Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa. THOMAS N. POLLARD, JR. Richmond, Virginia. BA., Sociology Phi Gamma Delta, Corresponding Secretary, Omicron Delta Kappa, llVbo'r llybog Student Government, House of Rep- resentatives, junior Class, President, Varsity Club, Business Manager, Publicity Manager, Psychology Club, Spfder Hfzndbookg Religious Focus Week, Committee Chairman, Basketball Team, Manager, Football Team, Manager. ROBERT G. PARRISH, III Richmond, Virginia. BA., Bible Transfer from Lynchburg College, Deans List, Varsity Club, Ministerial Association, Varsity Track. ROBERT C. PARSONS Richmond, Virginia. BA., Cbe17zi.m'y Phi Delta Theta, President, Canterbury Club, President, Band President, Interfraternity Council, Harlequin Club, Glee Club, WEB, Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Track, Co-captain, Intra- mural Athletics. JAMES S. PHILLIPS Tappahannock, Virginia. BS., Mofbemfztiaf Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, Vice President, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, ll7bo'.r Who, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Vice President, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Soph- omore Class, Secretary, junior Class, Treasurer, Senior Class, President, Presidents Advisory Council, Orientation Commit- tee, Intramural Athletics. LAWRENCE R. PlNNEo Richmond, Virginia. BA., Prycbology Sigma Phi Epsilon, Freshman Class, Secretary, Psi Chi, Psy- chology Club, Glee Club, Business Manager, Collegian, Intra- mural Athletics. 4251 The V953 Web SENIOR CLASS JACK M. PRICE Roanoke, Virginia. BA., Bible Chapel Pastor, Venable Street Baptist Church. RONALD S. PRICE Richmond, Virginia. BA., Englirly Kappa Alpha. IRVIN T. QUINN, JR. Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Hirlory E. HUGH RAGLAND Richmond, Virginia. BA., Bible Alpha Delta, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Vice Presidentg Baptist Student Union, Ministerial Associationg Intramural Athletics. WILLIAM G. RICE Center Cross, Virginia. B.5'., Biology HERMAN M. RICHARDSON, JR. Midlothian, Virginia. B.5'., Cbemirlry Transfer from Hampden-Sydney College, Kappa Sigma, Chem- istry Club. LEROY P. RICHARDSON, JR. Richmond, Virginia. BA., Ezzglirb Transfer from Bluelield junior Collegeg Alpha Deltag Dean's List, Baptist Student Union, Missions Chairman, Glee Club. Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Sociology University of Richmond 'N-film-43 I HAMMETT N. RINER, JR. I Ii? ll fC HHIMQN D CCC3ll.l..EGlE WILLIAM K. ROBERSON Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Hirzfory Phi Gamma Delta, S, C. Mitchell Literary Society, Glee Club. RICHARD L. ROBERTSON Portsmouth, Virginia. B.S., Cbemirfry Transfer from Ball State Teachers College, Dean's List, Chem- istry Club. I WILLIAM W. SADLER Portsmouth, Virginia. B.S., Cbemirfry Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer, President, Interfraternity Council, Harlequin Clubg Chemistry Clubg Intramural Athletics. ABBOTT G. SAKS Norfolk, Virginia. B.A., Spmzirb Transfer from Norfolk Division of the College of William and Mary, Dean's List, Hillel Foundation, French Club. MONDEL K. SASLAW Richmond, Virginia. BA., Hi.i'l01'y Transfer from University of Virginia, Upsilon Rho, Harlequin Cluhg Hillel Foundationg Intramural Athletics. J. RICHARD SAVEDGE Littleton, Virginia. BA., English f ' Transfer from Hampden-Sydney College, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chemistry Club, German Club, Wesley Foundationg Y.M.C.A. l ,g HUGH MH. SMITH 'l Richmond, Virginia. BA., Cbemislry 1 Phi Gamma Delta, Intramural Councilg Chemistry Club, Barracks Council, Baptist Student Union, Varsity Track, In- ' tramural Atheltics. ll ' ll RuFus R. SPENCE Tazewell, Virginia. BA., Bible Transfer from Bluefield junior Collegeg Baptist Student Union, Ministerial Association. 44I'X-2 'rl-ie is-53 wfela Sli-ENEOR CLASS RICHARD L. STEVENS Fincastle, Virginia. BA., Bible Transfer from Mars Hill junior College, Alpha Delta, Chap- lain, President, Baptist Student Union, Ministerial Association, Treasurer, Y.M.C.A., Intramural Athletics. O. KIRK STRAUGHAN Luttrellville, Virginia. BA., Sociology ALLEN C. THOMAS Martinsville, Virginia. BA., Biology Transfer from Midwestern University, Theta Chi, Treasurer, Mu Sigma Rho, Treasurer, Die Lustige Gesellschaft, Chemistry Club, Y.M.C.A. ' AVERETT s. ToMBEs Goshen, Virginia. BA., Cbemiilry Transfer from Campbell College, Phi Gamma Delta, Glee Club, Chemistry Club, Baptist Student Union, Intramural Athletics. HING CHUNG TANG Hong Kong, China. B.5'., Chemiitry SAMUEL B. TAYLOR, JR. Richmond, Virginia. BA., Political Srience Phi Gamma Delta, Corresponding Secretary, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, Student Government, Senator, Senior Class, Senator, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Orientation Com- mittee, WEB, Glee Club, Vice President, Treasurer, Octet, Presi- dent, Head Cheerleader, Varsity Cross Country, Freshman Track, Intramural Athletics. CHARLES A. TULLOH Bluefield, West Virginia. BA., Political Science Phi Gamma Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, llybflfj' llf'bo,' Student Government, President, Secretary, Sena- tor at Large, Board of Publications, Orientation Committee, University Council, Vice Chairman, President's Advisory Council, Wesley Foundation, President, Religious Activities Council, Treasurer, Interfraternity Council, Harlequin Club, International Relations Club, WEB, Activities Editor, Intra- mural Athletics. SEEMAN WARANCH Richmond, Virginia. B.A., English Pi Delta Epsilon, Radio Guild, Collegian, Columnist, Mei'- Jenger. University of Riclmrnonol -1145 RHCISIMQND CCDl.LEGlE L. EDGAR WHITLOCK Bassett, Virginia. B.A., Hirlory Transfer from Bluefield junior College, Philologian Literary So- ciety, Baptist Student Union, Mission Group, Ministerial Asso- ciation. JAMES C. WICKER, JR. Fork Union, Virginia. BA., Englirb Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade, Harlequin Club, University Players, Intramural Athletics. JOHN P. YERBY Richmond, Virginia. BS., Biology SIDNEY H. ZUBER Richmond, Virginia. BA., Cbeuzirfry Phi Alpha, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Dean's List, Intermedi- ate Honors, Senior Class, Secretary, S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Hillel Foundation, Vice President, Intramural Ath- letics. CHARLES E. WEBBER, JR. Salem, Virginia. BA., Sociology Kappa Sigma, Interfraternity Council, Harlequin Club, Varsity Football, Varsity Golf, Intramural Athletics. STEPHEN G. WHITE Petersburg, Virginia. BA., Hillary Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Intramural Athletics. CHARLES F. WILTSHIRE Richmond, Virginia. BA., Frenro owl Economicr Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President, Treasurer, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice President, W'bo'.v IlVho,' Pi Delta Epsilon, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Honor Council, Secretary, French Club, President, International Relations Club, Varsity Club, Collegian, Sports Editor, Spider Hnudboolz, Busi- ness Manager, Varsity Cross Country, Intramural Athletics. JOHN B. WOOLDRIDGE, JR. Richmond, Virginia. BA., Sjlrzliirb and Frefzcb Sigma Phi Epsilon, Comptroller, President, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, llVbo'.r llVlQo,' Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Student Government, Honor Council, International. Re- lations Club, S. C. Mitcliell Literary Society, Treasurer, French Club, Vice President, Collegian, Business Manager, Interfra- ternity Council, Harlequin Club, Chess Club. 46yi' Time lfllelo SENIOR CLASS University of Richmund -,!'f47 RICHMOND COLLEGE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right: John Dorsey-Secretory, Larry Matthews-President, Lew Flippen-Treasurer, Jim Lindsey-Vice-President. The lunior Glass ENE TRUETT E. ALLEN H CHARLES P. ANDERSON, JR. JOHN LEE ANDERSON ROBERT H. ARMSTRONG EUGENE ARRINGTON B. L. sANGs ALLEN comma BAREFORD H. PAT BARHAM 'I MARTIN E. BARNETTE GENE C. BAYNE BURTON R. BOLTON LAWRENCE B. BOND 48YX-2 The 1953 Web JIM R. BRIER IRBY B. BROWN ROBERT I. CARLTON JERRY EDWARD CARROLL JAMES ESSEX CLARK J u N IO R c LAS s i 2 rf JOHN ELVERT CLARK FREDERICK ROSS COATES JAMES A. COATES JAMES H. COFER FRANCIS B. COKER ALBERT B. CRIGLER, JR. HECTOR DAVIS, III WILSON DAVIS, JR. NAUMANN 5. DOWDY THOMAS WILLIAM DOWNING W I JAMES E. DUNCAN, JR. EDWARD E. DUNKLEE J. WAYLAND DUNN EDWARD L. ELLIOTT LLEWELLYN FLIPPEN GARLIE A. FOREHAND ALLEN V. GAINES WALTER GARCIA J. VAUGHAN GARY, JR. AMBLER RAY GOODWIN J. W. GORDON, JR. LAWRENCE F. GRIER HARVEY M. GURLEY EDWIN M. HAKE LUCIEN T. HALL, JR. EDMOND E. HAMILTON ROBERT HARRIS JAMES HAROLD HATCHELL HOWARD O. HAYNIE DURWOOD W. HILL University of Richmond .N-144 9 RICHMOND COLLEGE A 1 fi' I www mm ss . . m I W I W . fs. 'Q'l'27B? -was K Q www Us ss ss 5 E Q -2 x......-r ss 4 7 1 w l 1 I w W NELSON L. HILL JOSEPH HOLLAND ROBERT HOLLAND JOHN CHARLES HOULGRAVE ARTHUR D. HOWARD JAMES RICHARD HUNTER CHARLES S. HYNES VAN IRVINE ALLEN A. JACKSON, JR. GUSTAVUS V. JACKSON, JR. EUGENE JEFFERSON V. V. JENNINGS JOSEPH D. KAUFFMAN EDWARD REEVES KETCHIE RAYMOND L. KNICK GARDNER C. KOCH, JR. NIM F. LAWRENCE JAMES E. LINDSEY THOMAS H. MARKLEY LOUIS J. MATT, JR. LAWRENCE E. MATTHEWS CHARLES A. MINK ' RICHARD D. MOORE JIMMY D. NEWMAN BEN E. NORFLEET HUGH L. O'CONNELL ROBERT S. B. OSSMAN ALBERT C. PECUCH PARKE D. PENDLETON CLARENCE ROBERT PERRY ROBERT EDGAR PFLUG WILLIAM PHILLIPS C. BALLARD PIERCE TIMOTHY T. POHMER THOMAS J. PROFFITT, JR. SOJN-J The 'I953 Web JUNIOR CLASS DAVID BOYD PROPERT JOSEPH S. PRUSSACK WILLIAM S. RATCHFORD, JR. RICHARD LEE RELYEA JOHN LYN REYNOLDS RICHARD L. REYNOLDS EDGAR PAUL ROBERSON, JR. CHARLES B. RUDOLPH STUART A. SACHS HAROLD R. SADLER ALFRED GEORGE SAGE, JR. ROBERT B. SCOTT DONALD E. SEIM FELIX E. SHEPARD MALCOLM G. SHOTWELL JOE A. SMITH CHARLES F. STANLEY EARNEST A. STANSBURY RAYMOND F. STATON JIMMY F. SUBLETT W. E. THOMAS NEILS S. THOMASON WALTER DAVID URQUHART RICHARD C. VIA GUNARS VILCINS BYRON G. VINCENT, JR. EDWARD B. VRANIAN R. A. WALKER LAWRENCE LEE WALTERS ROBERT CARROLL WOOD ROY C. WOOD WILLIAM R. WOOTEN, JR. GERALD T. YAGEL .fs H.,.:'. O ,E .M , WISE I:15I'i :Iii all fi5:,15:-.451 B " 1 . ' 'i A i if I I ,, H-N S-ai ' ' gin! " 6435 wqiffm - -E2-2fsjz,z5 .. ..:::. 1 -1912: ei- ' '-:Ji 3 . A 1 Ii, 13 R .5 may ,ff A- . , f Q .M ' 1,1156 1-- ,sniff .bf M . . ,. . ' . . NJ: I T I T IN 'S-nf wlfx sq! 5 - 'ffi J Q :WQQEG X e ga xx fn if 1 We . , ...... , . ..,., 1 Q ' University of Richmond Off 51 RICHMOND COLLEGE SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right, secfed: Jim Wilson-Fresh dent, Paul Sheriden-Vice-President. Sfonding: Walt Jackson-Secretory, Ed NobIe-Treasurer, Bob Evans-Senator. The Sophomore Blass NAZEM ABRAHAM SPENCER D. ALBRIGHT WILLARD T. ALLEN CLAUDE W. ANDERSON DON L. ANDERSON HAROLD KRAMER ANDERSON, III L. H. ANDERSON THOMAS F. ARMSTRONG WILLIAM E. BABER ROBERT L. BALDRIDGE RICHARD N. BELL CASPER A. BENNARDO R. E. BOOKER, JR. JOHN L. BOOTH JOHN WILEY BRAGG CARL D. BRICKER JAMES C. BRINKLEY JAMES K. BROWN SQYX-I The 1953 Web SOPHOMORE CLASS WALTER T. BROWN, JR. ANTHONY LEE BURGESS ROBERT L. BURRUS, JR. PRESTON DURWOOD CAMPBELL CARL CARNES ALBERT CHRISTIANSON, JR. CARTER COATES DWIGHT W. CUMBEE RUSSELL O. CUTCHINS ANDREW J. DAFFRON PARK P. DICKERSON CLINTON D. DODSON WALTER E. DOUGLAS HENRY DRUDGE WILLIAM F. DUNBAR, PAUL L. DVORAK JOHN EDWARD DWYER WILLIAM A. EATON ROBERT E. ELAM ASHTON G. ELLIOTT ROBERT E. EVANS HARVEY LLOYD FORD, JR. ALBERT ANDREW FRATRICK WN A ROBERT LEE GARIAN JOHN GAVLICK W7 HARLAND RAY GETTS JOHN C. GINTHER' RICHARD D. GOFF GEORGE E. GRAMMER, JR. RICHARD H. GUENTHER JOHN W. GUY, III ROBERT D. HALLINAN 'ROBERT V. HANNAH, JR. JOHN E. HANSCOM JOSEPH A. HARNETT University of Richmond -.ff 5 3 RICHMOND COLLEGE A H ..:fff'T L.. .ff M . ...L L4 m -L.. :gf L4 LL ...L H H L H- H-:QL H "4 - ss gm Fi m , U Q1 Q Ss mums: - ggmmxgQ3QJ .X sf H ma-12-2-' H L 1: ,Q X .L B LL N 'SW I G "::.i:.:::Z'1-L A Q E gg ..,. .....,.,. , . , .. an Q E Em? ' LQ 2gI3 La ss L.. .Sim ss 1 . , 'R .. mv. M P EE: W-If i f a LL B B gf gm,q,L,, Qu- WWE-QP .W :-.mf fi' 'Rf""rL Q MW 2 W P . E qw, A Z n I " Wig 5 ...Z L E LN hm .Q :EL ...-.gs:,. LL 5 m E ,,,, ,.., ., ..,, WE E L W B 4 L LL LL LL E 5 B B L LL gf BOND HARRIS EDWARD P. HARROW WILLIAM W. HENDRICK KENNETH L. HODDER GEORGE BRENT HOLDER DAVID B. HOUGH RAYMOND HUTCHINSON, JR. WALTER C. JACKSON, III W. HITER JAMES LEON JENNINGS, JR. Rosen R. .LETER cl-LARLES H. JOHNSON, In LOUIS BENJAMIN Jones mclc KEITH .loHN vAN R. KELLY, JR. CLARENCE H. KEVILLE CLAY KING MELVIN NATHAN KLEIN ROBERT LAKE E. B. LAUTENSLAGER ALBERT COLTON LIMBRICK KENNETH MURRELL MACE WARREN H. McNEAL, JR. JOSEPH MERSEL JAMES GARLAND MITCHELL HENRY G. MOORE LLOYD V. MORRIS CHARLES BYRON MORTON CLYDE LEE MULL, JR. JAMES EDWARD MURPHY ww 3 H fi ::L-: I ' 1 z "L' :-- 2 E, - WILLIAM w.NlcHoLLs I M I J. H. NORMAN :':' lllllll I I M ALTON F.owEN A JUSTIN c. PAcLocco Z., Roseau J. PARR III . Gkovsn s. PAULETTE Lf .. L. 5234 l Qi i n - U - 1 i ' ' 5451 The 1953 Web SOPHOMORE CLASS " ... WILLIAM P.PEAcH,Jn. I ":- Af. THOMAS H. PENrEcosT PM LEWIS F. PHILLIPS I,I, MADISON Iz. PRICE Faso w. REID, JR. , Ei I azz.. LESLIE WALLACE ROARK PAUL C. RICE GORDON H. ROLLINS HENRY S. SAVEDGE, JR. - FRED L. SBARBORO, JR. WILLIAM R. SCHILLING ROBERT LOUIS SGRO J. PAUL SHERIDAN HENRY A. SHOCKLEY ROBERT E. SHORT OWEN C. SHULL HENRY SILVER FRED R. SKAGGS HUNTER CARL SNEAD JEFFERSON D. STEPHENSON PAUL D. STOTT5 JOHN F. SWANSON GEORGE TIDEY ARTHUR GREGORY TOLAR, JR. JOHN H. TRAVIS W. MARSHALL TUCK WILLIAM "BUD" TULLOH ROBERT M. TUNSTALL GARLAND L. TURNER ROGER W. VAUGHAN ROBERT L. WALKER .IOHN WESLEY WHITAKER, III RICHARD LEE WHITMORE MICHAUX H. WILKINSON JIM M. WILSON NOLLIE A. WITCHER, JR. C K.. QW' .... , .ZZ X , , ..,.,. . X . ".sI"I 'A 1 I 41" Iv E'55 3,, . I I I Q I H529 1 3.115 I 3 I U niversiiy of Richmond S1155 RICHMOND COLLEGE FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS. Left Io righf, kneeling: Joe Perkins-Presi- dent. Standing: Jim Wheatley-Senator, Bob Barker-Representative, Lee Horton--Secretary, Melvin Scott-Treasurer, James Sfump-Vice- President. The Freshman Class ROBERT ABELS JOHN C. ALLRED, JR. WALTER H. ALPAUGH GEORGE ANASTOS HERBERT DONALD ARNOLD L. RAY ASHWORTH ' GEORGE W. BAILEY BOB LYNN BARKER JACK H. BARRETT ELLSWORTH BASSETT . ...S E .Q gi ' :':: LANE FELTON BEAMER W E, JAMES B. BELL, JR. MORTON BENDER ROBERT S. BERLIN JOHN PAUL BERRY 561, - The 1953 Web FRESH MAN CLASS FRANCIS E. BISHOP, JR. CHARLES EDWARD BLANKENSHIP, JR. FLOYD EUGENE BOWEN CHARLIE H. BRADLEY CHARLES MEREDITH BRANKLEY I JOHN EDWARD BROOKS OTIS LEE BROWN LOREN BUCHANAN, JR. WILLIAM JACKSON BUNDICK JIMMY WAYNE BUSH BRUCE ALEXANDER CARLTON JAMES L. CARNES ROBERT ELGIN CARR MANN LEE CARTER CARL V. CARTWRIGHT ALEXANDER A. CASTALDI SHUNG KAI CHAN ERIK CHRISTENSEN ROBERT VANCE CLAUDE ERNEST CLEMENTS HAROLD J. COATES HENRY A. CONNER LARRY CRUM OTIS DELANO CURLING WILLIAM A. CZIRJAK FRED C. DALLAPE BILL DEEP DONALD E. DEHAVEN ROGER F, DICKINSON RONALD F. DOBSON WILLIAM R. DUNN WAVERLY VAUGHAN DUNNAVANT, HOWARD L. EDWARDS, JR. WILLIAM FAHRBACH J. PEYTON FARMER ROLAND L. FELTON WILLIAM C. FELTS COLEMAN D. FIGG EDWARD A. FLIPPIN SIDNEY A. FOSTER J .4233 E . -rl! E . W., -fm Ez a a 5 ZZKIZ Harms NI md H I Ezssmss LEZX is UM M ss I I If- f f - EX I I ss E I N' .. .EFI :.. '-5: 52? ' .... . 5: 52 5 sis 7 3. ,,. Q if X I ., ff .I 43- -z .14 F EQWH U niversify of Richmond '-1157 RICHMOND COLLEGE A LE 1.1 gf f n? 'g ' M I 'F . :Q 3f7EfKia,.n..o,. , W' :-- ,. . 7,1 5 A L Q g.,... fZf' J. 25.3 . Ik Y .- 'H H3 V. . 25551 3 fi ,,,, ' +L .JE ' . ,. xm q Mi g 1 , M . 4 3 ' R IL'-:.3ff2.f:EEI: -,...- K Z 1 I .- LOUIS A. FREDERICK ROBERT H. FREEMAN SIDNEY E. FRIEDENBERG ROBERT A. GALASPIE JIM L. GARDNER FRANK BENJAMIN GAREY GERALD M. GARMON LEWIS C. GARRETT RICHARD H. GASCOIGNE STANLEY LEE GEE, JR. KENNETH C. GIMBERT ARTHUR R. GINDIN RICHARD C. GLEACH ROBERT MASON GOOLRICK CHARLES M. GRAHAM, JR. WYNN GREGORY CLARENCE W. GRIFFIN JETER CLAYTON GROGAN KENNETH DALE GUY BENJAMIN LEE HALL CAMERON D. HALL JIM H. HAMLETT GENE HANSLEY JOE HARMAN RICHARD HARPER EDMUND G. HARRISON LEWIS M. HARRISON NICHOLAS HAYNES EVERETT F. HOBSON, JR. GEORGE C. HOGG THOMAS VERNON HOGGARD HERMAN PERRY HOLCOMB ANDREW GEORGE HOLUP FRAZIER B. HOOVER FRED H. HOROWITZ H. LEE HORTON GREGORY CARTER HOWARD A. F. HUDGINS, JR. BERNARD HUROWITZ FRANCIS STEDMAN HYLTON i I 7 U 58YX-2 The 1953 Web FRESH MAN CLASS KENNETH L. JACKSON LACY M. JACOBS, JR. EDWARD JAFFEE RICHARD E. JENKINS WILLIAM R. JESSUP EDDIE BRANNON JOHNSON, JR. RAY Y. JONES WILLIAM A. JULIUS GARY ALLEN KALBAUGH CHESTER KAUFFMAN WILLIAM JAMES KERR LUTHER WILBUR KERSEY GEORGE M. KING, JR. MILES J. KING JACK KRUEGER LESTER L. LAMB JIMMY NICHOLAS LAMPROS STANLEY A. LASTER ROBERT HAYNE LEAVELLE, JR. MALCOLM R. LEVET JOHN LEWIS EDGAR A. LIND WILLIAM HALE LITTLEPAGE W. RUSH LOVING, JR. WILLIAM LUCAS A EUGENE B. LUCK WALTER STITH LUFFSEY WALTER P. LYSAGHT, JR. DONALD E. LYTAL LOUIS G. M:CLELLAN ARNOLD L. McCRAWEY SAMUEL W. McEWEN RICHARD McKABA THOMAS F. MABE FRED C, MALLORY KENNETH F. MATTHEWS GENE STANLEY MEEKINS CHARLES C. MEHEGAN JOHN DONALD MILLAR ROBERT L. MILLS ,J-',2"" J " ,.,. I ..., .A B .Tl mi ai' A W E .E V? wil' as Q 4751 14 ,A W 4 wr wuz 1-K University of Richmond A -C2159 sa RICHMOND COLLEGE ' THOMAS ZACHARY MILLS L. R. MIRANDA I. JACKSON MITCHELL THOMAS MITCHELL JAMES MORHOLT ROBERT C. MYERS GENE L. NICKELSON VINCENT JAMES NITTI, JR. JAMES DURWOOD ORRELL ROBERT J. PACIOCCO STANLEY PADALSKI JOHN P. PAJCHAK FREDERICK WARREN PEATROSS WILLIAM PELLAGRINO DENNIS WILLIAM PENDLETON JOSEPH C. PERKINS WILLIAM J. PETERS, III RICHARD L. PINKARD GEORGE R. POOR DOUGLAS C. POWELL GEORGE E. PRITCHARD WALLACE F. PRITCHETT THOMAS PROFFITT THOMAS MATTHEW PUCHALSKY PATRICK A. REARDON E LESTER KENT REYNOLDS WILLIAM HAROLD REYNOLDS EMMETT YOUNG ROBERTSON, JR. JIM ROLAND WARREN L. ROLLINS I 2 J. B. ROMAN i JoHN Rosen nuneoee JOHN L. SCARA NATHAN ABRAM sArlAN . Eowm sANrono 4 X R. RALPH SCARPO R suv M. scorr Menvm M.sco1r, Jn. muy TALLEY SHEPPARD DONALD suorwsu i gojx, The 1953 web FRESH MAN CLASS DAN FRANKLIN SHREVE MURRAY SIEGEL HAROLD L. SMITH HARRY L. SMITH FREDERICK J. SODOMKA LESLIE M. SPRIGGS HORACE LEO STANCIL CONWAY F. STANLEY THOMAS STEVENS SAMUEL R. STONE CHARLES M. STREAT JAMES WILLIAM STUMP, JR. FRED H. SWAFFIN FRANK J. SWEENEY EDWARD AUBREY THOMAS GIRARD V. THOMPSON, JR. TEMPLE SHERMAN TIMBERLAKE NORMAN EARLE TOWLER, JR. LEON CALVIN TUCKER LINDSAY S. TUCKER W. E. TUGGLE KENNARD S. VANDERGRIFT LOUIS A. WACKER JAMES RAY WAMPLER JAY W. WEBB MORTON B. WEINSTEIN CHENG WEN JAMES H. WHEATLEY PAUL C. WHITE JAMES WALLACE WHITTEN FRANCIS ALLEN WIGGLE . WILLIAM T. WILKINS EDWARD B. WILLINGHAM GEORGE M. WILLIS, JR. BENJAMIN F. WINGFIELD ROBERT E. WINKLER WILLIAM VINCENT WITTY RICHARD ANDREW WOODFIN, JR. , W. K. ZACHARIAS University of Richmond -,ff 61 5 , L' ,f ff' , J fl 4 3 ,I K 1 Y. f i W 1 ff L . V 1 , f I , I 1 lik A Q 'V - l 44 Se-x a ...fm N-..,.Q, 1 .V S' ,S .fl r 5 I - f 5 2 J . f . A 1 V lf ' 1 . z .N- 'YW' i.A?gK, IX ! Q. -gm v X . l.. x 50 ., k g. f",LFw'f' ff .LN- - x A 1 Q 4--H--M' K me-Xww, . QW, .. . V. ., A A 4"Y A I W. -N y' WM' is " M .K A' ,4 A- 3,4 mi " fl Q54 , Q A Q-fv-el ww 4 ,S '- A , V in Aw . A: J , AY ws .-, -1 ,, f. ,.,,,,. V A' -, ,Q ' ,A Y, .,. 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Westhamptnn College Student Government THE WEsTHAMPToN COLLEGE GOVERNMENT Assocna- TION is the governing body of our college, of which each girl is a member. It is composed of three branches: the Leg- islative, whose powers are invested in College Councilg the Executive, headed by the Student Government Presidentg and the judicial, which consists of the Honor Council and two residence councils. The aim of this organization is to promote general welfare and to uphold high standards of integrity and citizenship. In this way, a chance is provided KATHERINE BEALE for student participation in the making of laws and in the president improvement of the academic and social program of the college. COLLEGE COUNCIL. Left to right, first row: Miss Roberts, Kay Beale, .lackie Gustin, Miss Wright. Second row: Betty Fleet, Alice Creath, Betty Montgomery, Betty Jane Williams, Peggy Armstrong. Third row: Mary K. Manuel, Mary Creath, Dr. Grrgg, Beth Carpenter, Virginia LeSueur. Myx, The 1953 web IITIITII I STUDENT GOVERNMENT M L SOUTH COURT RESIDENCE COUNCIL. Left to right, seated: Nancy Graham, Jane Cather, Betty Eichelberger, Costello Washburn. Standing: Betty Jane WilIiams-Presi- dent. NORTH COURT RESIDENCE COUNCIL. Lett to right, first row: Jane Lanier, Shirley Ward, Arnette Kizzia. Second row: Ann King, Mary Lou Gilbert, Ann Powell. P91 it it I M it it ii. HONOR COUNCIL. Left to right: Costello Washburn, Arnette Kizzia, Kay Beale, Jackie Gustin, Betty Montgomery, Betty Jane Williams. Llimivfersiiy at Riclminolmd .,1sf6 5 WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right, seated: Pauline Decker-President. Stand- ing: Page McCroy, Betty Davis, Joann Deter, Dottie Hicks. The Senior Class THE CLASS OF '53, the largest freshman class in the history of the school, entered Westhampton Col- lege and spent its first year trying to find itself. The Song Contest, the great challenge of the year, was too much for the stragglers in white and yellow dresses who tried to squeeze twenty-two young ladies onto a riser intended for seventeen. This defeat charged the class with a will to win, and as sophomores the girls copped iirst place. The sophomores were the salesmen of the school, and welcome ones when they brought out their milk and cookies on Monday nights in the tower rooms. They also inaugurated a carnival which later became an annual project, renowned as i'Harvest Hoedownf' An early June morning of that year saw the second year girls swarming upon the daisy field to carry on the heritage of their predecessors. Even as they were putting the daisy chain together, they said "good- bye" to some of their own number who would not be returning the following fall. ,r The Class of ,55 came into its own during its 'third year. The girls were "big sisters" now, and dignified by the title of "juniors" They held their first Christ- mas party in Keller Hall for children from one of the city missions, and followed up their victory of the year before by a second win in the Song Contest. The junior Prom highlighted their social calendar, now the girls could wear their rings which had here- tofore been eyed wistfully in their boxes. As seniors, the Class of '55 became a worker of changes. The girls held a South Court Open House instead of the usual Senior Tea. It was even hinted abroad, by some in a position to know, that the dorm had never looked so good except during the summer when no one was living in it! Another innovation came with the Senior Prom. A French cafe QAmeri- can stylej was the scene for the informal cabaret dance which proved highly successful, to the great joy of its sponsors. If there be richness in diversity, then '53 has been a class much blessed. The wide range of interests and personalities has blended to form a harmonious group which looks forward to diverse futures-teach- ing, missions, medicine, and matrimony. But wher- ever these girls go, Westliampton College will be a symbol of the struggle and growth toward an ever higher goal-the goal of a full and busy life, happy in its present, its future, and its memories. MYXJ The 1953 Web SENIOR CLASS BETTY J. ANDREWS Marion, Virginia. BA., Biology junior Class, Song Leader, Westhampton Head Cheerleader, Athletic Association, Executive Board, Future Teachers of America, International Relations Club, WEB, Editorial Staff, Class Hockey, University Cheerleader, May Court. ELIZABETH L. ATKINS Baltimore, Maryland. BA., Prycbology Phi Beta Kappa, Dean's List, Baptist Student Union, Y.W.C.A., University Choir, Glee Club, Psychology Club, Ionian Music Club, Varsity Hockey, Class Hockey, Varsity Tennis, Youth Revival Teams, Mission Committee, Orchestra, Alumni Daugh- ters Club. MARYLEE V. BOLING Newport News, Virginia. B.A., Bible Transfer from Averett College, Baptist Student Union, Spanish Club, Youth Revival Team. JOYCE L. BROCK Norfolk, Virginia. BA., Hixtory Transfer from Norfolk Division of College of William and Mary, Baptist Student Union, Vice President, Y.W.C.A., In- ternational Relations Club, Glee Club, Mission Group, French Club, Class Basketball. KATHERINE BURT BEALE Sparta, Virginia. BA., Pryrbology Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Psi Chi, IlVfw'.r llVba,' Pi Delta Epsilon, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, College Govern- ment Association, President, College Council, Chairman, Honor Council, Chairman, Executive Council, Chairman, University Council, Sophomore Class, Song Leader, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Commission Chairman, Athletic Association Board, Freshman Representative, Board of Publications, Psychology Club, Eng- lish Club, Glee Club, Choir, German Club, Ionian Music Club, Daughters Club, Nostrae Filiae, Baptist Student Union, Class Hockey, junior Varsity Basketball, Merrezzger, W. C. Editor, Collegian, W. C. Sports Editor, WEB, Business Staff. SUSAN E. BENTLEY Hampton, Virginia. B.A., Pryrbology junior Orchesis, International Relations Club, WEB Beauty Candidate, Merrenger, Art Staff, Y.W.C.A. Social Responsibil- ity Commission, Chairman, Westliampton Cheerleader, Uni- versity Cheerleader, Homecoming Float Committee, Chairman, W.S.S.F. Representative, May Day, Costume Chairman, Home- coming Princess, May Queen. ELIZABETH B. CARPENTER Baltimore, Maryland. B.S., Pbyfirnl Edlfmliwz Sophomore Class, Vice President, Athletic Association, Pres- ident, College Council, junior Orchesis, WEB, Business Staff, Callegimz,' Varsity Basketball, Varsity Hockey, Ath- letic Association Seal Winner, Class Hockey, Class Basket- ball, Archery National C, WEB Beauty Candidate, May Court. NANCY A. CARPENTER Brightwood, Virginia. B.A., Pyyrbology Psychology Club, Varsity Hockey, Class Hockey. University of Richmond '-1167 WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE JANE S. CATHER Winchester, Virginia. BA., Pbilofopby Pi Mu Epsilon, Dean's List, Residence Council, junior House Leader, Senior House Leader, Baptist Student Union, Mer- fezzger, Exchange Editor, Orchestra. MARTHA E. CLARK New Canton, Virginia. BA., Spmzirb Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Spanish Club, Treasurer, Program Chairman, President, Future Teachers of America, Librarian, Nostrae Filiae, Secretary. BETTY L. DAVIS Roanoke, Virginia. B.A., Edzzcniiwz Senior Class, Historian, Future Teachers of America, El Picaro. BARBARA A. DAWSON Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Psychology Transfer from Randolph-Macon Womans College, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Psychology Club, Glee Club, Class Hockey. MARIETTA CARR McKenney, Virginia. BA., Edzzmfiwz Spanish Club, junior Varsity Basketball, Orchesis. CAROLYN CARTER Richmond, Virginia. BA., Edzzmtiwz junior Class, Treasurer, Canterbury Club, Class Hockey. MARY AYLETT CREATH Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Soriology Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Freshman Class, Vice President, Y.W.C.A., President, College Council, Canterbury Club, Secretary, Alumni Daughters, Religious Activities Council, W. C. Religious Focus Week Chairman, Wfb0'.r llVba,' Apple Blossom Princess, Homecoming Queen, WEB Beauty Candidate, Freshman Counselor, Harle- quin Club, May Court. LILAJEAN DAVENPORT Hagerstown, Maryland. BA., Pryrbofogy El Picaro, Psychology Club. 68YX-2 The 1953 Web Future Teachers of America, International Relations Club, SENIOR CLASS EVELYN PAULINE DECKER Roanoke, Virginia. B.A., Sociology Ilyboir lIf'ho,' Senior Class, President, Residence Council, junior House Leader, Junior Class, Secretary, Baptist Student Union, El Picaro, El Coro, International Relations Club, Glee Club, University Choir, WEB, Business Staff, Orientation Committee. JOANN H. DETER Harrisonburg, Virginia. BA., EKIIZLYIIIOIZ Senior Class, Vice President, International Relations Club, Fu- ture Teachers of America, Secretary, French Club, Glee Club, Wesley Foundation, junior Varsity Basketball, Class Basketball, Psychology Club. JOAN A. ECKERT Baltimore, Maryland. B.A., Prycbology Psi Chi, Vice President, Freshman Class Hockey Captain, Psy- chology Club, El Picaro, Les Femmes Savantes, Varsity Hockey, Captain, Varsity Basketball, Class Basketball, El Coro, Athletic Association Seal Winner, WEB, Sports Stair, Business Staff. M. ELIZABETH EICHELBERGER Norfolk, Virginia. BA., Mzfric Transfer from Norfolk Division of the College of William and Mary, Dean's List, Residence Council, Senior House Leader, German Club, Y.W.C.A., Mission Group, Presbyterian Student Forum, Program Chairman, Co-President, Religious Activities Council, Freshman Counselor, Ionian Music Club, Vice Presi- dent, Glee Club. U n iversity of Richmond JACQUELINE 0. DOWNING Huntington, West Virginia. B.A., Voice Transfer from Marshall College, Ionian Music Club, French Club, Glee Club, University Choir, Senior Grchesis, WEB, Art Editor, Merreflger. PHYLLIS M. DWYER Norfolk, Virginia, BA., Prychology El Picaro, Les Femmes Savantes, Psychology Club, University Players. , RUTH MARIE ENTSMINGER Bon Air, Virginia. B.S., Pbyrim! Edzrrnlimz International Relations Club, Future Teachers of America, Glee Club, Westminster Fellowship, French Club, Class Hockey, Class Basketball, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Basket- ball, Varsity Tennis. VELTA ERDMANIS Baltimore, Maryland. B.5'., Cbemirlry Transfer from Latvian Gymnasium, Germany, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Dean's List, Y.W.C.A., Chemistry Club, Interna- tional Relations Club. C1169 WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE NANCY T. FLING Arlington, Virginia. B.A., Sociology Glee Club, Varsity Basketball, Class Hockey, Senior Class Basketball, Captain. RITA JO FUGATE Wise, Virginia. B.A., Psychology Psychology Club, Harlequin Club, Varsity Basketball, Co- Captain, Varsity Tennis, Varsity Archery. ALICE RUTH GARDNER Laurinburg, North Carolina. B.A., Prycbology Phi Beta Kappa, Psi Chi, Secretary-Treasurer, Dean's List, In- termediate Honors, Y.W.C,A., El Picaro, Les Femmes Savantes, University Choir, Glee Club, Psychology Club, Baptist Student Union, Guide Editor, Religious Activities Council, Class Bad- minton, Captain, Collegian. MARGARET L. GEORGE Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. B.A., Biology Psychology Club, Spanish Club, Future Teachers of America, University Choir, Collegimzg Class Basketball, Class Hockey, Westhampton Cheerleader. MARGUERITE PAGE GILMAN Richmond, Virginia. BA., Efzglirh Dean's List, El Picaro, Secretary, Vice President, Y.W.C.A., Mimeograph Chairman, Treasurer, El Coro, English Club, Wesley Foundation, Secretary to the Board of Presidents, Col- legirmg Me.rreuger,' Freshman Counselor, MARGARET A. GOOCH Highland Springs, Virginia. BA., Biology llf'e.rzbomprozz College I-Iondbook, Editor. JACKIE E. GUSTIN Roanoke, Virginia. BA., Latin Eta Sigma Phi, llVho'r lIVbo,' Student Government, Vice President, junior Class, Vice President, Future Teachers of America. VELDA M. HARRELL Meadows of Dan, Virginia. BA., Pyycbology Transfer from Bluefield College, Psychology Club, Secre- tary, International Relations Club, Class Hockey, Class Basketball, Junior Varsity Basketball, Baptist Student Union, Treasurer, Glee Club, Fire Warden. . .. r,..A The 1953 Web SENIOR CLASS ELIZABETH ANN HELMS Portsmouth, Virginia. B.A., Bible Freshman Song Leader, El Picaro, Future Teachers of America, Choir, Treasurer, Glee Club, Treasurer, University Players, Orchesis, Secretary-Treasurer, Baptist Student Union, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, W. C. Cheerleader, University Cheerleader, WEB, May Court. OLA FRANCES HILL Hampton, Virginia. B.A., Psychology Phi Beta Kappa, Psi Chi, Dean's List, Freshman Class, Vice President, Honor Council, Recorder, Residence Council, Re- corder, Spanish Club, Vice President, Ionian Music Club, Future Teachers of America, Psychology Club, Westhampton Cheerleader, Sophomore Committee of 14, Orchesis, Co-Presi- dent. VIRGINIA L. HUNT Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Efzglirb Transfer from Converse College, Athletic Association, Vice President, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Basketball. MARY H. HURT Culpeper, Virginia. B.A., Sociology Harlequin Club, Nostrae Filiae, President, Alumni Daughters Club, Baptist Student Union, Future Teachers of America, Les Femmes Savantes, Merrefzger, Typist, Collegian, Typist. ELLEN G. HONTS ' Front Royal, Virginia. BA., Soriology Phi Beta Kappa, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Alumni Daughters Club, Glee Club, Religious Activities Council, Sec- retary, University Vespers Chairman, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, jun- ior Varsity Basketball, Class Hockey, Freshman Counselor, Baptist Student Union. ' LOUISE M. HUDGINS Washington, D. C. BA., Prycbology Glee Club, President, Psychology Club, Treasurer, Ionian Music Club, Vice President, Wesley Foundation, Varsity Hockey Team, Basketball junior Varsity, Dean's List, Senior Class, Song Leader. DORIS JEAN JOHNSTON Somerset, Virginia. BA., Soriology El Picaro, French Club. JANET R. JOHNSTON Richmond, Virginia. BA., llflfzfbeomlirr Pi Mu Epsilon, President, Dean's List, Athletic Association, Secretary, Treasurer, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Basketball, Class Hockey, Class Basketball. U n iversity of Richmond -!l7l WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE ali . ,aa,,...a BETTIE M. KERSEY Wiilchester, Virginia. B.A., Soriology Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Collegian, Circulation Manager, Managing Editor, Alumni Daughters, Future Teachers of America, May Day Coordinator, Freshman Counselor, Dean's List, Pi Delta Epsilon. FAYE L. KILPATRICK Hampton, Virginia. B.A., E51lllL'llil07Z Transfer from Mars Hill College, El Picaro, Menefzger, Staff, Future Teachers of America, Vice President, Baptist Student Union, Assistant Editor Guide, Mission Group. wwf. VIRGINIA P. LeSUEUR Bristol, Virginia. BA., Polilicczl Science Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Historian, Pi Delta Epsi- lon, Secretary, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Wesley Foundation, Secretary, Vice President, English Club, Class Hockey, Jllerrerzger, Editor-in-Chief, Collegian, Reporter, Columnist, Feature Editor, Westhampton Editor, Freshman Counselor, Varsity Debate Team, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, WIEB Beauty Candidate, Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association, President, College Council, Homecoming Princess, llVb0'r lI5"ho,' May Court. MAXINE LINDSAY Worthville, Kentucky. B.A., Prycbology Pi Mu Epsilon, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Psychol- ogy Club, El Picaro, Baptist Student Union, Y.W.C.A., Class Hockey, WEB, Business Staff. GERALDINE L. KANTNER Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. B.A., Latin Eta Sigma Phi, Secretary, Treasurer, President, Board of Pub- lications, Dormitory Committee, El Picaro, Secretary, Y.W.C.A,. Baptist Student Union, Student Forum, Religious Activities Council, Secretary, Evening Watch Chairman. MARILYN V. KEETON Roanoke, Virginia. B.A., Piyvbology Transfer from Bluefield College, Psychology Club, Interna- tional Relations Club, Class Badminton, Baptist Student Union, Glee Club. URSULA HARRIET LAMM Richmond, Virginia. BA., Spmzirb mul Germmz Phi Beta Kappa, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Spanish Club, Spanish Glee Club, German Club, Vice President, Hillel Foundation. BETTY L. LEAR Richmond, Virginia. BA., Psychology Baptist Student Union, Psychology Club, Y.W.C,A., Spanish Club, French Club. , -tan-Q Hag 72l'x2 The 1953 Web SENIOR CLASS BARBARA J. McCRAW Bassett, Virginia. BA., Erlnmliofz Future 'Teachers of America, Treasurerg Baptist .Student Uniong Harlequin Clubg WEB, Business Stalfg Collegzmzg Merrenzger, typist. NANCY P. McCRAY Bassett, Virginia. BA., Education Senior Class, Secretaryg Future Teachers of Americag Ionian Music Clubg Glee Clubg Wesley Foundationg WEB Beautyg Spanish Clubg May Court. JEAN C. MARTIN Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Sociology Bl Corog Fl Picarog Les Femmes Savantesg Class Hockey. MARIE JOY MASON Colonial Heights, Virginia. BA., Chemiftry Phi Beta Kappa: Eta Sigma Chig Gamma Sigma Epsilong Dean's Listg Intermediate Honorsg German Clubg Chemistry Clubg Student Affiliate American Chemical Society. NATALIE C. MANDEL Norfolk, Virginia. BA., French Transfer from University of Chicagog French Club, Vice Presi- dentg El Picarog Future Teachers of Americag Hillel Founclationg May Day Booth Chairman. MARY KATHRYN MANUEL Front Royal, Virginia. B.A., Ealzzcrztimz Mortar Board, Presidentg lI'7l9o'.v Ilybog Dean's Listg Intermedi- ate Honorsg junior Class, Presidentg College Councilg Baptist Student Union, Vice Presidentg Religious Activities Councilg Evening Watcla Chairmang Y.W.C.A. Commissiong University Choirg Class Basketballg Campus Hospitality Committeeg Fresh- man Counselor. SHIRLEY L. MASON Naruna, Virginia.,B.A., Euzglirb Transfer from Mars Hill Collegeg Baptist Student Uniong English Club. EVELYN M. MASSIE Lowesville, Virginia. B.A., Hirtory Transfer from Mars Hill Collegeg Baptist Student Uniong Class Hockey. U n iversiiy of Richmond -fl73 i 1 , ii., i W lE5'lTl-lriltllll PTCQDN CQl.LlEGE LOIS A. MOODY Baltimore, Maryland. B.A., Sociology Glee Club, International Relations Club, Alumni Daughters Club, Junior Orchesis, Hall President, May Day Committee. PATRICIA O. MORAN Wasliington, D. C. BA., Pryrlaology Y.W.C.A., Vice President, Secretary, Psychology Club, Student Forum, Co-President, Religious Activities Council, Harlequin Club, Westhampton Cheerleader, Freshman Counselor, South- ern Regional Council of Y.W.C.A. NANCY J. O'NElLL Roanoke, Virginia. BA., Political Sfience International Relations Club, President, El Picaro, Junior Varsity Basketball, Class Hockey. CAROLYN l.. ORANGE Richmond, Virginia. BA., Biology Eta Sigma Phi, lVe.vlhampzorz College Hmzdlaooif, Editor. BETTY GAYLE MEPHAM Williainsbtirg, Virginia. B.A., Pryrbology Psychology Club, President, Westminster Fellowship, French Club, Varsity Hockey, junior Varsity Basketball, Class Hockey, Class Basketball, Class Tennis, Collegian. BETTY L. MONTGOMERY Richmond, Virginia. BA., Sociology llVbo'r IJf'b0,' Mortar Board, Vice President, Dean's List, Freshman Class, President, College Government, Secretary, Junior Class Representative, Town Students, President, Bap- tist Student Union, Vice President, Executive Council, Uni- versity Council, Honor Council, College Council, Board of Presidents, Freshman Counselor, Religious Focus Week, Co- Chairman, Collegian, Staff, WEB, Staff. NANCY B. NICHOLSON Long Island, New York. B.A., Sociology and Prychology Deans List, French Club, Psychology Club, Student Forum, Varsity Tennis, Class Badminton. BETTY T. O'BANNON Falls Church, Virginia. B.A., Sociology Phi Beta Kappa, Il7bo'.r IVhog Mortar Board, Treasurer, Dean's List, Sophomore Member of Residence Council, College Gov- ernment, Treasurer, Orientation Committee, Chairman, Execu- tive Council, College Council, Religious Activities Council, Baptist Student Union, Secretary, Vesper Committee, Chairman, International Relations Club, WEB, Senior Class Editor, Col- legian, Staff, Pi Delta Epsilon. 74YX-2 The l9'53 Vile-'a SENIOR CLASS JUNE M. PAIR Sandston, Virginia. B.A., Englirb Pi Delta Epsilon, Dean's List, English Club, President, Mey- rezzger, Editor-in-Chief. GERALDINE W. PAUL Roanoke, Virginia. B.S., Biology Athletic Association, Track Manager, Baptist Student Union, El Picaro, Les Femmes Savantes, Y.W.C.A. Commission, Class Hockey, Captain, Varsity Hockey, Class Basketball, Var- sity Basketball, Varsity Tennis, Virginia Reserve Hockey Team. ELIZABETH SCHAEFERS Great Neck, Long Island, New York. BA., Psychology Transfer from Virginia Interment, Psi Chi, University Players, Psychology Club, May Court. JANE M. SHEEMA Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Phyricol Eflncoliofz Dean's List, Athletic Association, Treasurer, Hockey Manager, Class Hockey, Varsity Hockey, Class Basketball, Captain, Var- sity Basketball, Co-Captain, Varsity Tennis, Blazer Winner, Virginia All-State Hockey Team, Southeast Reserve Hockey Team. ARCADIA D. PHILLIPS Wfashington, D. C. BA., Sociology Spanish Club, Class Hockey. .IEANNE MARIE PLUNKETT Richmond, Virginia. BA., Cbemiriry Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Sophomore Class, Secretary, Alumni Daughters Club, President, Nostrae Filiae, Historian, El Corog Spanish Club, French Club, Y.W.C.A. Commission, Baptist Student Union, Chemistry Club, Collegian, Managing Editor, Reporter, WEB, Co-Chairman of junior Class Project Committee, WEB Beauty Candidate, May Court. PATRICIA JEAN SHOMO Harrisonburg, Virginia. BA., Eclzzcotiozz I Futigre Teachers of America, Ionian Music Club, French Clu . DOROTHY HICKS SILVERMAN Arlington, Virginia. B.5'., Public School Mmic Senior Class Song Leader, Ionian Music Club, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Religious Activities Council, Archery Team, Fresh- man Counselor. U niversity of Richmond '-1175 WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE RUBY MARIE VAUGHAN Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Sjmzzirb Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Secretary, Phi Alpha Theta, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Sophomore Class, Historian, Residence Council, Honor Council, Recorder, El Picaro, Presi- dent, French Club, Alumni Daughters, Secretary-Treasurer, Nostrae Filiae, Historian, Class Hockey, Class Basketball, Freshman Counselor. . CARLA WAAL Richmond, Virginia. B.5'., Public Srbaol Mzzrir Phi Beta Kappa, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Presbyterian Student Forum, Les Femmes Savantes, Vice President, El Coro, Ionian Music Club, President, University of Richmond Male Glee Club Accompanist, Senior Orchesis, University Players, Secretary. AUDREY M. WESLEY Branchville, New jersey. B.A., Prychology Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Les Femmes Savantes, President, Board of Presidents, German Club, Psychology Club. HARRIET WHEAT Washington, D. C. BA., Edzzmliofz Spanish Club, Nostrae Filiae, Junior Orchesis, Harlequin Club, Future Teachers of America, Homecoming Princess, WEB Beauty Candidate, May Court. N 9' n. GLADYS TATARSKY Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Pryrbolagy Transfer from Radford College, Psychology Club, French Club, Hillel Foundation. ROSA ANN THOMAS Roanoke, Virginia. BA., Franck Pi Delta Epsilon, Glee Club, English Club, Secretary, Vice President, French Club, Vice President, Collegifnzg Merrezzger, Westhampton Editor. ALICE E. WARNER Richmond, Virginia. BA., Pryrhology Dean's List, Wesley Foundation, Y.W.C.A., Psychology Club, Class Hockey, Vesper Committee, Psi Chi. BARBARA ANN WARREN Winston-Salem, North Carolina. B.A., Ezzglirb Pi Delto Epsilon, Phi Alpha Theta, Newman Club, Secretary, English Club, WEB, Westhampton Editor. 7652 The 1953 Web SENIOR CLASS SEGAR BELLE WHITE Waverly, Virginia. BA., Hirlory Phi Beta Kappa, DCSIIIS List, Hall President, El Corog Bandg Orchestra. JANE R. WILLCOXON Richmond, Virginia. B.A., Sociology Canterbury Clubg WEB, Business Staff, Class Hockey, junior Orchesisg Dean's List. L N- I H . . JANE I. WILSON Richmond, Virginia. BA., Lnfiuz Eta Sigma Phi, Secretary-Treasurerg Senior Class, Treasurerg Y.W.C.A. Cabinetg WEB, Statfg WEB Beauty Candidateg Stu- dent Forum, Maid of Honor, May Court. MARY ETHEL YOUNG Wasllington, D. C. BA., Dramfzfic Ar! Future Teachers of America, International Relations Clubg Col- legian: El Picarog University Players Apprenticeg W.S.S.F. Representativeg Puppeteers. sfrzz lake, BETTY JANE WILLIAMS Norfolk, Virginia. BA., Pryebology Wbolr Wfbag Dean's Listg Residence Council, Junior House Leader, President of South Court, Glee Clubg French Clubg Spanish Club, Psychology Club, Freshman Counselorg WEB, Underclass Editor, Activities Editor. ELIZABETH C. WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia. B,S., Pbyrical Ezlzzmtion Varsity Hockeyg Varsity Basketballg Archery, Trackg Tennisg Fire Warden, Assistantg University Playersg Baptist Student Union, Guide Stallg W.S.S.F. Committee, Blazer Winnerg All- State Reserve Hockey, National B Rating in Archeryg Y.W.C.A. Though we w012'1f meet in September, We will reflect and remember Love for our friends- Aml Westhawzpton. University of Richmond sA77 WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE 5 igi ! JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right: Sue Keegan, Nancy Baumgard- ner, Betty Rosenberger, Carol Jones, Carmen Wong, Beverley Burke. The lunior Class NANCY BAUMGARDNER JANE BRUCE BETTS JOYCE ANN BRANDT SHIRLEY BRUCKMAN BILLIE M. BRYAN K 'MIG S Q Ini 2? ' H52 Wg ss yrs fa I BARBARA LEE BULL JEAN BURGESS BEVERLY ANNE BURKE EDITH W. BURNETT JANICE P. CARROLL we H I Q . 5 an Q . ss . -. ....- .1 '!?'2E'-rEa'5:' ' M I' E K H ' Bi as I GRETA CLARK BOBBIE CRONIN MACON DAY BETTY DOWDY JUDITH R. ELLIOTT "ws-dvi SY? as S5 3 :-1:-2 5:2 fa, as I 78N, I The 1953 web JUNIOR CLASS ELIZABETH W. EVANS ELIZABETH R. FLEET BEVERLY P. FRENCH BETTY A. GARTER MARY LOU GILBERT JANE RACHEL GILL MARY ROBERTS GOISER LINDA GOODMAN NANCY GRAHAM MARCELLA HAMMOCK NANCY LOU HARVEY EDITH L. JACKSON H. CAROL JONES SUSANNE C. KEGAN KATHRYN KENNEDY BARBARA KONKLE JANE LANIER NANCY LAY JO SUE LEONARD BARBARA J. MAGYAR LAURA MAPP PHYLLIS A. MARKEL JEAN J. MERRITT BARBARA MOORE University of Richmond -,ff 7 9 WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE ms , . was Q zz ss Mm! ms- .ET B wx REE -mn mmm EEW zgmim -mm W. n mn fx z xx nf mu mn xx an nm nm nm 1. mm ss 5. fm E . ,MXL gy. nz fmt- mx Im mmm- ms mu ROBBIE A. MOYER BETTY MOZINGO LUCY JANE NEWMAN SUE PERRY BARBARA POLLARD ANN POWELL BEVERLY PRIDDY MARIAN ROBINSON BETTY ROSENBERGER JOANNE RUSSELL SARA W. SHERMAN SUE SIMPSON JOYCE E. SNYDER MARY HELEN STEWART NANCY STOUCH SHIRLEY ANNE TAYLOR MARY ALICE WAGNER SHIRLEY WARD COSTELLO WASHBURN CARMEN WONG BETTY JANE WILDER MARION WILKERSON .IACQUELINE WEIL LOLA VARNEY RUTH ZEHNER The 1953 Web SOPHOMORE CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right: Virginia Swain-Treasurer, Pot Kcntner-Secretary, Billie Rutherford-President, Mary Ann Logan -Vice-President. The Sophomore Class FELICE MAE ABRAM PEGGY ARMSTRONG JACQUELYN AYRE JANICE BOYER POLLY BUNDICK MARY ELLEN BURNS ANN E. CARDWELL JEAN CARTER ALICE CHANDLER MARIAH CHISHOLM ANN COHEN ALICE CREATH JEAN CRITTENDEN NANCY DAVIS SALLIE DORNON ,ff I Q A X 3 is 5 '55-x . ww I new i io, , is University of Richmond '-if 81 WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE I JANICE ELLIOTT MYRA EMBREY MARGARET ENGLISH ANNETTE EVANS CAMERON FREEMAN -I RENEE GARTNER MARGARET GLENN MARIANNA GRANDE MARGUERITE GREENLEE HOPE GUARALDI ' MARGARET HALL EVELYN HANSEN ' ANTOINETTE HAWAYEK NORMA HOWARD CHARLOTTE HUDSON NANCY JARRETT LUCIA JOHNSON NORMA LEE KAILING PATRICIA ANN KANTNER .IACQUELYN KILBY m.. :ml- ANN KING ARNETT KIZZIA JACQUELINE LEVY MARY ANNE LOGAN MICHAELA MASCHKE v W ALICE McCARTY EMILY MENEFEE SARA LEE MENZEL PATRICIA MINOR ' VIRGINIA MURDEN 4? ,. A fi E ug: ANNE PATRICIA MURRAY E CAROL MURRAY CAROLYN NEALE- MARY IDA NELSON RUTH OWEN M Q IRM1 E T HE B . 3 Q IN., The 1953 web SOPHOMORE CLASS ,gl JANET PACE BETTY JEAN PARRISH ANN PETTIT MARY ALMA PITT KATHRYN PUTNAM EJ Ng : A sa BARBARA REYNOLDS JEAN RUDDLE BILLIE RUTHERFORD CARLENE SHULER MARJORIE SMITH SUE SMITH DOROTHY SMOKER SUSAN SOWERS JANE SOYERS IDA MAE SPEEKS smv sremsmocs cAnoua ANN smAus vmslum swAlN I BARBARA THABET VIRGINIA THOMAS HELEN THOMPSON MIRIAM THURSTON ANN LOUISE TILLMAN BARBARA TURNER AMALITA VELEZ JODY WEAVER MARION WEBB BURRELL WILLIAMS JOYCE WINSTEAD Hail, Alma Mater, sunset crowned, U pon the hilltop proudly stand, While woods and wales your praises sound, And waters still reflect the land. Univer-sify of Richmond '-ff 8 3 H H39 WE B- 1 WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS. Leff to right: Carol Brooks, Ann Carol Yeaman, Eliza Hubble, Ann App, Martha Boatwrighf. I I A Q, ANN APP 'fm ELIZABETH BAILEY 2 .,,,f :-,E:E P H cARoLYN BAKER I E da- HELEN BAKER P ff '-'L" - 'L" PEGGY BALDWIN 31 I1 I PATRICIA BALLARD MARY BELCHER MARTHA BOATWRIGHT ' PATSY BOGGS EDITH BORJES MARILYN BRAATEN BETTY BRINKLEY CAROL ALICE BROOKS JEAN BURROUGHS JOAN CAROLE CARPENTER 8 Hx., The 1953 web F RESH MAN CLASS I ,. WZW- MARGARET ANNE CARROLL EUGENIA CHRISTO DIANE CLARK ESTA COMESS E. LAMAR COPELAND CAROLYN CRAWFORD L. HELEN CRITTENDEN SARA CULLENS NEHIE DOGHE ELEANOR JANE DOUBLES BEVERLY DRAKE ROSE MARIE DANCHAK PHYLLIS EDMONDS JANET ELDER BETTE LOU ELLIOT ALICE NEIL ELLIS SHIRLEY EVANS FRANCES ANNE FORBES ANNE SHIRLEE GARRETT PHYLLIS GEE BARBARA GLANTZ DOROTHY GODFREY LEILA GRAVLEE MARY GRAY ANGELA GROTH ROBERTA HAGEN GWENDOLYN HALEY LARISSA HARASYMIW MARY ANN HARSHBARGER 4 CHARLOTTE HART 1 w ANNE STUART HARTZ CHARLOTTE HENLEY l JAN HOGGE JUNE HODGES MARTHA HOLSINGER University of Richmond ,ff 8 5 WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE ELIZA HUBBLE DORIS HUFFMAN SUE HUNTER HELEN HUSE CHARLOTTE JAMES -4991 MARY LU JAMES ANNE JENNINGS VIRGINIA JONES MARJORIE KANTNER TOBY KATZ BETTY LOU KENDALL JANET KNOBEL MARYKRAUSE PEGGIE ANNE LASSITER KATHERINE Mcu:MULLAN PAT McELROY PHYLLIS MCGHEE HELEN MELTON BERYL MILLER EVELYN MOORE NANCY LEE MOORE ANN MORRIS MAREA MOSCOSO MARY MOORE MULLIN ELAINE MUNTZING HOPE MURPHY DIANE NELSON JULIE OMOHUNDRO JEANNE MARIE OMEROD SUSAN OVINGTON HELEN PAPPAS HONOR PATTERSON ANN PEERY FAYE PLUNKETT BARBARA PRATT 8 65, The 1953 Web F RESH MAN CLASS susAN QUINN A 3 ERLENE RAINEY A Loss REAMY jf ZW NANCY RIDDLE . f fs- V SARAH ROBINSON ' PATRICIA ROSKIN EMMA SALEEBA EUGENIA SAUNDERS MARGARET SAWYER ' I .IANIE SMITH M :--'azzfiiw PEGGY SMITH MARILYN SORCE LILLIAN STEPHENSON DOROTHY STIFF HELEN STUBBS SARA THOMPSON SANDRA TISCHLER LETA MAY TUCKER EDNA WAGSTAFF MARY LOU WATSON MARION wsmsens BARBARA WHALEY I-:Aamir wm-4smNGroN ANN Loulss woonAu. ANN CAROL YEAMAN 'W meme ZICKMANTEL is Hail, Alma Mater, joy of youth, Our guide along the path of truth, How oft we falter on the way! But thou wilt ever hear our lay. University of Richmond ,K 8 7 A -...M-ww 'G N ., gi Z ,e xi 2 2 af 4. ii M . A E 'X if xx if 52 X E, ,. f -fl 1 -I Q 3? ., Q E W-wwww as-.1 www? ww-wwwfw. M :N .. W A 1, E, .f Vw, Qs,-Q Q 5 E mm fffgfe - sg 'fi 3? I A- , if , p 1,3 55-awww wmwgwfyf as mn Sw ms-as aw'-mia X g .mms-,E ni WM Q ii 2 . , 2 , 4 I f , Q , . ..,.. 8, 1 Q.: .gnmgcf 153 1-QP X Wg h n .grasp , '. -- my wi 1 A fr,W,Y Q . , w - ' . if M 5 f 'fa .P ' ' 4 P' I . 41 ,Ewa QQ Qf. Qi Q 3 R I ., xl-dug 'I Q ,K L QW Q 1 gy 2, gf H52 ,mibff I K W sg: -M:k3,w5.wsr. Y Y 4 sa ,L mil 'iv l":1,w ,, 1' J, 1- Q v,-, ,ii I, ,tx , Y, 1, 'Q use V1 f.. U i- . . the cooperation between school and city resulting in a change of location from city to campus . . . the lawyers and and judges-to-be preparing to take their places in the political life of this and other localities . . 1"'lf3h3f ' 1. sim, -. ,fern 1, 1 Q--'ax ,,",f,"7I'-L'bi'? .x y ,.1f'1f11Qf'1 t XN.ifw,ii1.. 4 Qivfg'-'Fi34g X 5551.4 , ',,,'1iji.1'-1 'Ti .51 X . 11 I ,fly ,, ,-in gfmgthpi 1,5 JM A3 ,r ,yt fr,-"wx ex, X--4' .-,X A41-rv. 1 . , "' f 9' ll Ar 'hires-:Q fix, s . at-1 .5 ,fefffizm , sr- . 4'-- "fl-twtfx 7413 ' 1 '- ,. ff- -Sf Mg fn . N- , X -.Hi-,fn -, , ,nf-,f,Vt: 1., -Q- V- c -x-wx., ,f:41f "- 1- if , ,1,. 1 1 - -1 .,:-413 1 2 Q fl :- ,, M, A, q -up V In YY A . L xii XI , 3-5 f,I , ' if19f.l l l i ll .i W ,.. , f -s W, .Tj gi, , M Mu Qjifffgznp A in-11.2 s' if in N l1,f"'l1 , in 'lil li X' , A , i,p,, X .,Y if- -it A ,i v-- . f--sift'-fi 1 l A ,. -, er'-ngj' '. W: ML. Q-vs -' " V .1 . g , f, wp, -. 1-4: 45.1 1, fr 1 Q, - 1 i 1 . cgi- : , an". Nix- ' '. - , l N fr A F , '-2 I' 1 1' ,' .H f. , ' -V J- ,J . ,.. v.f r, -- -, , c , -.-. 1 ,431 if i- '. ' ,,l.,- - ,Ea ' Q-,V , . 1 ,.. f -,hw fi.: 1 ' i."i S1 ',h'Ti jg,Q',, - 'fi-, 1:1 6 21,4 -,cet-f LAW SCHOOL law School Faculty WILIAM T. MUSE B.A., LL.B., S.J.D. Dean cmd Professor JAMES H. BARNETT, JR. WILLIAM S. CUDLIPP, JR. LOUIS S. HERRINK JAMES W. PAYNE, JR. B.S., LL.B., LL.M. LL.B. B.A., LL.B. B.A., LL.B. Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Instructor SEER J. WESTWOOD SMITHERS HARRY L. SNEAD, JR. ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE WILLIAM L. ZIMMER, III B.S., LL.B. B.A., LL.B. B.A., LL.B., S.J.D. B.A., LL.B. Professor Instructor A Associate Professor Instructor 9Oyx., The 'I953 Web LAW SCHOOL KENNETH WARD TURNER President OTHER OFFICERS: Left io right: Frank David Harris-Secretary, W. R. Finney- Vice-President, William Birch Bolton- Treasurer. time THE STUDENT BAR, which is comprised of the entire stu- dent body, was organized, and its constitution was drawn for the purpose of inculcating into its membership a cogni- tion of individual honor and integrity as intrinsic rudiments of the legal profession. This organization seeks to effect its purpose through the medium of a governing body which consist of three branches: the executive, legislative, and judicial. The President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer, being the officers of the executive branch, are elected to oihce by an annual general election which is held on the second Tuesday of each April. ' In consideration of the fact that the Student Bar is sepa- rated into three judicial circuits, it is represented in -the Council, which functions as the legislative branch of the governing body, by six representatives, two being elected from each circuit. The judicial branch of this governing body is composed of five justices which constitute the Honor Court. These justices are appointed by the President of the Student Bar with the consent of the Council. Upon appointment the court selects one of its members to serve as Chief Justice. It is the duty of the court to try all cases involving violations of the Canons of Student Ethics and to declare unconstitutional all laws passed by the council found to be repugnant -to the constitution of the Student Bar. University of Richmond L21 91 LAW SCHOOL COUNCIL. Left io right: William S. Sul- livan, Harvey S. Lutins, W. R. Finney- Vice-Presidenf and presiding officer, E. L. Omohundro, Daniel F. Terry. . 'l 1' - 9 fx Ima c L H. 5 T H . HH - - 'H S45 H. 2, xi 'dl z-1 "' f e i if f H l .WH , 5 K A . ,E :.:. , nm mama r I . if . me- W HONOR coum. Len to ffghi. Jusfice ' " r W 1 it Jack Roland Clanton, twice William ' J' Henry Martin, Jr., Chief Justice Michael Wallace Moncure, Ill, Justice Eddie Cane tor, Justice Augustin Winchester. ,r..Q. 4.. l PUBLICATION COMMITTEE. Left lo right: Crawley C. Connelly, Jr., William S. Sul- livan, Clifton L. Warren. 92N J The 1953 web Sliltlllilfli CLASS GEORGE BANISTER ANDERSON Richmond, Virginia. Bnrhelor of Lrzwr B.A., Randolph-Macon Collce, Delta Theta Phi, Dean, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Treasurer, Phi Delta Theta, President, Student Bar Council, WEB, Law School Editor. WILLIAM BIRCH BOLTON Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Lrzzw' College of William and Mary, Delta Theta Phi, Sigma Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, President, Kappa Phi Kappa, President, Phi Delta Gamma, Student Bar, Treasurer. CRAWLEY CRITTENDEN CONNELLY, JR. Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Lowf Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Richmond Professional Insti- tute, Phi Alpha Delta, McNeill Law Society, Public Relations Committee, WEB, Law School Editor, Virginia State Bar. CARLE E. DAVIS Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Lmor A.B., Concord College, Phi Alpha Delta, Vice Justice, Mc- Neill Law Society, Chancellor, Virginia State Bar. EDDIE CANTOR Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Lfzuar Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Alpha, DeMolay, Honor Court, Virginia State Bar. JACK ROLAND CLANTON Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Lczwf University of Virginia, Phi Alpha Delta, Honor Court, Vir- ginia State Bar. JAMES MANSON DUGGER Farmville, Virginia. Bachelor of Lfzwr B.A., Hampden-Sydney College, Delta Theta Phi, Kappa Sigma, President, Virginia State Bar. HARRISON C. EACHO, JR. King Williaiii Court House, Virginia. Bachelor of Lmor B.A., University of Richmond, Waslmington and Lee, Mc- Neill Law Society, Pi Alpha Nu, Student Bar Council, Virginia State Bar, Honor Court. Urn versilty of Richrraorael -A1193 ,,, 7 Mala! SCHQOL , , ,, VZ ,- 7 -VT:u DON J. ESPOSITO Blackstone, Virginia. Bachelor of Lawi' University of Richmond, Delta Theta Phi, Pledge Chairman. LESLIE WALTER GIVEN Charleston, West Virginia. Bafbelor of Law! A.B., University of Wfest Virginiag Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice Presidentg Student Bar Council. D. T. HALL Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Larw University of North Carolinag University of Richmondg Phi Alpha Delta, Clerk, McNeill Law Societyg Kappa Sigmag Virginia State Bar. FRANK DAVID HARRIS Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of La-zur University of Richmondg Delta Theta Phig Phi Alpha The-tag McNeill Law Societyg Student Bar, Secretary. ROLAND BEV KELLEY Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Lawr University of Richmondg Delta Theta Phi. JACOB HOLLADAY KELLY, III Great Bridge, Virginia. Barbelor of Lawr B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Delta Theta Phi, Virginia State Bar. WILLIAM HENRY MARTIN, JR. Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of La-zur University of Richmondg New York University, Delta Theta Phi, Vice Deang Honor Court, Virginia State Bar. MICHAEL WALLACE MONCURE, III Richmond, Virginia. Bar-below' of Lawr A.B., University of North Carolinag Phi Alpha Delta, Mar- shal, Phi Kappa Sigma, Interfraternity Councilg Honor Court, Chief justiceg Virginia State Bar. , 7 - Y , , Y - -W - Y aww- V --- f L'-2iuim::.:..ei 94l'x., 'lllhe i953 Weld SENECA? CLASS JACK ARTHUR MOODY Silver City, North Carolina. Bnrbelor af Law: B.A. Eton Collegeg Delta Theta Phi, Vice Dean. RAYMOND ROBERT MURPHY Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Lczwr University of Kentucky, University of West Virginiag Marshall Collegeg Morris Harvey Collegeg Phi Alpha Delta. CHARLES P. ROSNER Norfolk, Virginia. Barbelor of Lawr Vlfilliam and Mary Extensiong Phi Alpha Delta, Treasurerg McNeill Law Society. TRUMAN LYNCH SAYRE Beckley, West Virginia. Bachelor of Lmua' A.B., BS., University of West Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Instituteg Delta Theta Phi, Tribuneg Sigma Nu. HARRY SHAIA, JR. Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Lawf University of Virginiag Phi Alpha Delta, Virginia State Bar, RICHARD EARLE SMITH Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor af Lnzur Albion Collegeg University of Richmondg Phi Alpha Delta, justiceg Grievance Committeeg Virginia State Bar. I RICHARD R. SMOUSE y Fairmont, West Virginia. Bachelor of Lnwr Fairmont State College, Phi Alpha Delta, Justice, Tau Beta Iotag Interfraternity Councilg Marrerzger, Law School Editor. SAMUEL CARSON STOWERS Altavista, Virginia. Bmfbelw' of Lmw A.B., Lynchburg College, Delta Theta Phi. I ll University of Richmond 'ell 9 5 --,Y Y ,Y 71 LAW SCHOOL l KENNETH WARD TURNER Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Lzzwi' Atlantic Christian Collegeg University of North Carolinag Phi Alpha Deltag McNeill Law Society, Chancellor of the Ex- chequerg Student Bar, President. DANIEL F. TERRY Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Lows University of Richmondg Phi Alpha Deltag Student Bar Council. . HUGH ARTHUR WEST Holland, Virginia. Bachelor of Lawr University of Richmondg Delta Theta Phig McNeill Law S0- cietyg Student Bar, Treasurerg Virginia State Bar. CHARLES HILMER WINBERG Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Laws Wittenberg Collegeg Delta Theta Phi, Deang Lambda Chi Al- phag Virginia State Bar. HAROLD EDISON WOOD, JR. Richmond, Virginia. Bachelor of Lawr B.A., University of Richmonclg Virginia Military Instituteg Delta Theta Phi, Bailiffg Phi Kappa Sigma. 965, The 1953 web LAW SCHOOL 'im I H H Wm - M' Y .. E -E . 9 : H mm .mgmgm .mm :EEE -miiiiiii I ,J Tm? gy m. H 3. 3. m . .m HUDSON BRANHAM - . 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H H H ,Mya . 8. hmm? m . . ,, . ,, m - 5 E . 4 : mm mm mm m mm mm m as mm m m m mm m Bm m I W E mm mEm mm mm m mm mm mmm Em m mmm W I 97 University of Richmond LAW SCHOOL -sg., vs-I-fu .1 Q nu I W Si.. 'W Qs Biscuit! u Hamer' mama 5335 H-S2512 ga-:WF W 'BEE , 3- m as ss mgw-- BL EH SE E EE HW -Hfsifnlki lgfgsna. a gyms mags xmmlw gags z mpg. mam 5 mm ,QZEEQWEZVEHQH -.x EMEQHEW Q mail Egiiswmikwmnkgmg sggmwmqggw H 5 sq . E W inmmm. a ss W o a ss H. E. ss as ss ss . as ei mg ss a In ,awww .Q 5. . .. -H M .. W -ww W 5.531 E ZEMW. First Year HERMAN P. ARMSTRONG J. RICHARD ASHBY, JR. BRUCE L. BYRD ALLEN S. BLOOM PETER BRANCATO W. W. CHAFFIN KENNETH I. DEVORE HOWELL LEWIS JAMES F. HEWITT SHANLEY KEETER HARRY L. MAPP, JR. SILAS A. MOTLEY CARL E. McAFEE NEIL A. MacDONALD J. D. O'BRYAN JOHN S. OWEN JAMES C. ROBERSON GEORGE T. RISON, III KENNETH C. ROGERS JAMES W. RENNEY HAROLD B. SAVAGE RICHARD H. C. TAYLOR CLIFTON L. WARREN HERBERT T. WILLIAMS, III JAMES M. WATSON BOYCE C. WORNOM 98yX-2 The 1953 Web FRATERNITIES .. .. Ia Phi Alpha Delia OFFICERS RICHARD R. SMOUSE . . . . ..... , . . jzutice CARLE E. DAVIS .... . . Vice Izzrtice MRS' R' R. SMOUSE D. T. HALL ......... .... C lerk Spam' CHARLES P. ROSNER ...... ...... T 1'66l5Zl7'61' CRAWLEY C. CONNELLY, JR. . . . . . Pmfliamzenlfmfirzlz MICHAEL W. MONCUPLE, III .... .... 1 l'lol1"J'bcZZ PHI ALPHA DELTA. Left to right, first row: Eddie Cantor, Jack R. Clanton, Crawley C. Connelly, Jr., Carle E. Davis, D. T. Hall, Michael W. Moncure, lll, Raymond R. Murphy, Charles P. Rosner. Second row: Harry Shaia, Jr., Richard E. Smith, Richard R. Smouse, Kenneth W. Turner, Daniel F. Terry, W. W. Chaliin, Milton O. Gross, Harvey S. Lutins. Third row: Neil A. MacDonald Richard D. Mattox, Charles E. Mervine, J. D. O'Bryan, Kenneth C. Rogers, Harold B. Savage, Richard H. C. Taylor. I l i FACULTY ADVISOR ' G E J M, PROFESSOR J. WESTWOOD SMITHERS QQ Supreme Second Vice justice University of Richmond 'Mft 9 9 LAW SCHOOL Delta Theta Phi OFFICERS CHARLES H. WINBURG .... .........., ,,,,,, D Q ,W JACK A. MOODY ...... , I , V556 Dem, GEORGE B. ANDERSON . . . ............. Trzbznze LUCIUS H. STEPHENSON . . . . . . Clerk of lbe Exchequer ERNEST C. CONSOLVO .... .... C Jerk of zbe Rally QMS CAROLYN HOWARD ponsor FRANK D- HARRIS ----- . . . IVLHIIE1' of the Ritual WILLIAM S. SULLIVAN . . ........... Brzilijf DELTA THETA PHI. Left to right, top row: George B. Anderson, Bill B. Bolton, James M. Dugger, Don J. Esposito, Frank D. Har- ris, R. B. Kelley, J. H. Kelly, lll, William H. Martin Jr., Jack a Moody. Second row: Truman L. Sayer, Samuel C. Stowers, Hugh A. West, Charles H. Winberg, Harold E. Wood, Jr., H. P. Armstrong, Richard Ashby, Peter Brancato, Hudson Branham. Third row: Ernest C. Consolvo, Kenneth I. Devore, James F. Hewitt, Shanley Keeter, James B. Kelly, Harry L. Mapp, Jr., Edmund G. Marshall, C. E. McAfee, Silas A. Motley. Fourth row: John S. Owens, James W. Renney, George T. Rison, Ill, James C. Roberson, William S. Sullivan, James M. Watson, Herbert T. Williams. ,Q FACULTY MEMBERS is DEAN YWILLIAM T. MUSE -V PROFESSOR JAMES H. BARNETT, JR. A QA PROFESSOR WILLIAM S. CUDLIPP, JR. MR. JAMES W. PAYNE, JR. MR. HARRY L. SNEAD, JR. 10 OW! The 1953 Web FRATERNITIES McNeill law Society OFFICERS CARLE E. DAVIS . . . .......... .... C bafzcellof' ELLEN M. KEENE ...... KENNETH W. TURNER . . . ........... Vice Clmfzcellor . . . Chrmcellor' of the Exchequer 'EE Rav MCNEILL LAW SOCIETY. Left to right, top row: Crawley C. Connelly, Jr., Carle E. Davis, Harrison C. Eachb, Jr., D. T. Hall, Frank D. Harris, Charles P. Rosner. Second row: Kenneth W. Turner, Hugh A. West, Milton O. Gross, Richard D. Mcittox, William S. Sullivan. alimi lll-Qfu.l l FACULTY ADVISOR PROFESSOR J. WESTWOOD SMITHERS THE MCNEILL LAW SOCIETY, founded in 1933 and named in memory of the beloved Dr. Walter Scott McNeill who was a professor in the Law School from 1905 to 1930, has continued to offer recognition of scholarship in legal studies and to afford a forum for the discussion of legal problems. U niversity of Richmond The moot cases argued, legal essays delivered, and recent decisions reported during the past year, have been Well prepared. and presented by their authors, thus accomplishing the purpose for which the society was organized by stimulating interest in and oppor- tunity for extracurricular legal research. --11101 ss PM 'WT Ax, ,W , Qs sf 3 Y, www is ,,,2-gf' , W wh 'Af' 7 P .V E My 4 it ., 1 - fig ,, 4 4 Q? 1M 5 .H lk 3 I e I i 5, 1 , X 395 f IQ wi, iff, Z' . , ww' ff' a:- ' 4s.,.Q lf?-5 swfigv Qi. 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MF Q Q All ' k 1045, The 1953 web STUDENT GOVERNMENT C li O C li 5 HONOR COUNCIL. Left to right: Phil Johnson, Bill Dawson, Ronnie Davis-Chairman, Carl Dickey, Fred Bisger. Emslmass Sttatl Mamet tawmtm 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. The Honor Council is the speaking voice of our Honor System. The members of the Council are expected to take the initiative in inculcating a feel- ing for the Honor Code into all students of the School of Business and ever to uphold the Code by their examples and in their Council work. This year's chairman was Ronnie Davis. University of Riclimoncl '-X005 BUSINESS SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left fo right, flrsf row: John Nye, John Lynch, Joe Philpott. Second row: John Phillips, Dick Moseley. The Senior Class Senior Glass Uffieers JOHN LYNCH . . ...... President JOHN NYE ..... . . . Vice President DICK MOSELEY . . . . . . Treasurer JOE PHILPOTT . . . . . Secretary JOHN PHILLIPS . . . . Senator mgyx, hehe 1953 web SlElNllQR CLASS HELEN R. AEBLI Richmond, Virginia. B.S., flflfzmzgemezzl Transfer from New York University. JOHN W. ALBER Kensington, Maryland. B.S., llflmulzelilzg Phi Kappa Sigmag Varsity Clubg Harlequin Clubg Glee Clubg Professional Cluhg Varsity Footballg Varsity Trackg Intramural Athletics. JOHN C. ALSOP Richmond, Virginia. B.5., Mnrleefizrg Kappa Sigma, Social Chairman, President of Pledge Classg junior Class, Vice Presidentg Professional Cluhg Newman Clubg Intramural Athletics. SAMUEL BARONIAN Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Fimwre Professional Club. DILBON V. BEALL Richmond, Virginia. BS., Accolmling Transfer from University of Georgia. JOHN E. BEASLEY Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Afcozmliflg Sigma Phi Epsilong Intramural Athletics. EDWARD M. BLECHMAN Newport News, Virginia. B.S., Mnrkeling , Phi Alphag Philologian Literary Societyg Professional Clubg W ul ll ,V Hillel Foundationg Band, Librariang Intramural Athletics. JERALD P. BORNE Malden, Massachusetts. BS., lil'lflI'k6'lil7g Phi Alphag Collegimzy Hillel Foundationg Freshman Foot- ballg Varsity Footballg Intramural Athletics. University of Richmonol 21110 7 BUSINESS SGCHQQI. X Y .:::,:' 7,7 ., DONALD B. CODDINGTON Martinsville, Virginia. B.S., Firzmzce Kappa Sigma. CURTIS B. COPELAND Suffolk, Virginia. B.S., Arromzlifzg Transfer from Chowan College, Phi Kappa Sigma, Society for Advancement of Ivfanagement, President, Professional Club. WILLIAM DAWSON, JR. Mount Airy, North Carolina. B.S., Mfzrkelilzg Transfer from Lees McRae junior College, Phi Kappa Sigma, Honor Council, Varsity Basketball, Intramural Athletics. FRED J. DEAN, III Norfolk, Virginia. BS., MllI',eGfi7lg Transfer from Norfolk Division of College of Willizlm and Mary, Phi Kappa Sigma, Professional Club, Varsity Golf, Intramural Athletics. WILLIAM J. CARTER Hampton, Virginia. BS., zllrzrkeiifzg Phi Gamma Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, IIVbo'r II7bo,' Jun- ior Class, Senator, Student Government, Vice President, Bar- racks Council, President, Band, Secretary, Treasurer, Business Manager, President, Glee Club, Quartet, Society for Advance- ment of Management, University Council, President's Advisory Council, Student Center, Board of Governors, Harlequin Club, A.F.R.O.T.C., Lt. Colonel. RUSSELL L. CHEATHAM, JR. c Richmond, Virginia. BS., Mnrketizzg Kappa Sigma, Student Government, Athletic Representative, Varsity Club, Y.M.C.A., Canterbury Club, Freshman Basket' ball, Freshman Baseball, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Captain, Intramural Athletics. JOHN T. CRITTENDEN DeWitt, Virginia. B.S., Nfafzngefizelzl Dean's List, Basketball Team, Manager, Intramural Athletics. RONALD H. DAVIS Richmond, Virginia. B.S., ilflfzmzgewzent Phi Gamma Delta, Recording Secretary, Omicron Delta Kappa, Honor Council, Chairman, Harlequin Club, Vice President, Society for Advancement of Management, Presidents Advisory Council, Glee Club, Cheerleader, Intramural Athletics. 108l'xf The T953 Web SEINIMQDR CLASS WILLIAM C. DENNY Front Royal, Virginia. BS., flccafzulirzg Phi Kappa Sigma, President, Vice President, Treasurer, Society for Advancement of Management, Dean's List, Student Gov- ernment, Senator, Interfraternity Council, University Council, Professional Club, Intramural Athletics. CARL P. DICKEY Richmond, Indiana. BS., Fivmuce Honor Council, Secretary, Society for Advancement of Manage- ment, Professional Club, Vice President. VICTOR V. FALLS Clementon, New Iersey. BS., Perrwmel Relnfioizr Lambda Chi Alpha, Newman Club, Varsity Club, Varsity Foot- ball, Varsity Track, Intramural Athletics. WARREN L. FLANNAGAN Louisa, Virginia. BS., Mfzfzfzgemeizt Pi Kappa Alpha, President, Professional Club, Harlequin Club, lnterfraternity Council, lnterfraternity Court, Matriculation Committee, Intramural Athletics. MARVIN DOLLIN Worcester, Massachusetts. BS., Mfzrleeling Phi Alpha, Treasurer, Pledgemaster, junior Class, Treasurer, Hillel Foundation, Callegitllzy Football Team, Manager, Intra- mural Athletics. RANDOLPH L. DUNHAM Maidens, Virginia. B.S., Afrozmling Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JAMES M. FRYE, JR. Mount Airy, North Carolina. B.S., Marketing l Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice President, Corresponding Secretary, Pledgemaster, Omicron Delta Kappa, lWba'.r llybag Stu- dent Government, President, Senator, Freshman Class, Pres- ident, Junior Class, President, Interfrzlternity Council, Har- lequin Club, Orientation Committee, Glee Club, University Council, Board of Publications, Varsity Club, President, Varsity Football. GRACE W. GRIZZARD Richmond, Virginia. B.5., Arromzling Residence Council, Glee Club, El Picaro. IJ n iversity ol? Richmond 'XJXIIO9 il Ili DANIEL P. INGRAM ELISIN ESS SCE-ICICI. HENRY M. HARRIS Pendleton, Virginia. BS., II'I!l1ZllgL'7H6'l7Z Pi Kappa Alphag Professional Clulng Y.M,C.A.g Intramural Athletics. CLISBY B. HART Sandston, Virginia. B.S., Mmmgemelil DAVID W. HARTZ Waverly, Virginia. B.S., Zlflmkeliazg Phi Delta The-tag Intermediate I-Ionorsg Dean's List, Junior Class, Secretary, Band, Secretary, Treasurerg Glee Club, Intra- mural Athletics. BILLY C. HILL Warwick, Virginia. BS., Marketing Theta Chig Intramural Athletics. WILLIAM K. HOWELL Radford, Virginia. B.S., Permmzel Relfzliam' Theta Chip Student Government, Senatorg Varsity Footballg Intramural Athletics. ROBERT W. HUDGINS Danville, Virginia. B.S., Mnzmgememf Transfer.from Danyille Extension of Virginia Polytechnic Insti- tute, Phi Kappa Sigmag Student Government, Treasurer. JOHN F. IMIRIE, JR. Richmond, Virginia. BS., Mfzmzgemefzf Dean's Listg Professional Club. Oakland, Maryland. B.S., Mfzfmgemenl Phi Kappa Sigmag Newman Club, Varsity Club, Vice Presi- dent, Varsity Foothallg Intramural Athletics. -, V Y W 7 YA, Y YY ,, A , 21432221 iiigyxl, P The 'I953 Weld SENIOR CLASS HENRY LEIB Rego Park, New York. B.S'., Marketing Phi Alphag Student Government, House of Representativesg Collegiang WEB, S. C. Mitchell Literary Societyg Harlequin Clubg Hillel Foundation, Vice President, Freshman Footballg Varsity Football. JOHN SAMUEL LYNCH Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. BS., Marketing Phi Kappa Sigma, Vice Presidentg Scabbard and Bladeg Sen- ior Class, Presidentg Head Cheerleaderg All-Campus Political Party, Chairmang Collegian, Editorial Associateg Merrengerg Harlequin Clubg Glee Clubg Orientation Committeeg Presidents Advisory Councilg Transportation R.O.T.C. JAMES S. MCCORMACK Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Nlfzmzgemefzt Transfer from University of Tennesseeg Kappa Alpha, Profes- sional Club. ROBERT K. NEALE Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Acmmzlizzg Sigma Phi Epsilon, Dean's Listg S. C. Mitchell Literary Society, Professional Club, Society for Advancement of Management. RONALD G. MANN Petersburg, Virginia. B.S., Marketing Theta Chi, Treasurerg Harlequin Clubg Professional Clubg Orientation Committeeg Intramural Athletics. HUGH A. McCONAGHY Richmond, Virginia. BS., Izzrllrmzce Transfer from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. JOHN E. NYE Richmond, Virginia. BS., Ilflrzmzgement Phi Gamma Delta, Social Chairmang Senior Class, Vice Presidentg Pi Delta Epsilon, Collegian, Art Editor, WEB, Editorial Staff, Sports Editor, Senior Class Editor, Intra- mural Athletics. JACKIE C. O'BRIEN Victoria, Virginia. B.S., Arromzlifzg Pi Kappa Alpha, Dean's Listg Philologian Literary Society, Secretary, Vice President, Presidentg Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Track. U n iversity of Richmond N-ftllll ae-,.,. BUSllhllES5 SCIHIQCDL SAM W. PARKER Powhatan, Virginia. B.5'., Mfzfzfzgefzzefzt Phi Kappa Sigma, Secretary, Professional Club, Glee Club, Intramural Athletics. BYRON D. PETERSON Culpeper, Virginia. B..S'., Perfofznel Mamzgemefzl Transfer from Mars Hill junior College, Kappa Alpha, So- ciety for Advancement of Management, Professional Club, Intramural Athletics. JESSE W. REEL Franklin, Virginia. B.S., Mmmgemenl Transfer from Emmanuel College, Phi Kappa Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Dean's List, IIVba'.r H7605 Student Government, Treasurer, Society for Advancement of Man- agement, Professional Club, President, Secretary, Studenti Faculty Relations Committee, Student Center, Board ot Governors, Chairman, Interfraternity Council. HENRY E. RUBIN Norfolk, Virginia. B.S,, Perromzel Relfztiom' Transfer from Carnegie Institute of Technology, Beta Sigma Rho, Professional Club, Society for Advancement of Man- agement, Hillel Foundation, Secretary. ll2l'Yf STUART W. OMOHUNDRO East Orange, New jersey. B.S., flflfzmzgemezzl Transfer from Glendale College, Phi Gamma Delta, University Players, WEB, Intramural Athletics. JAMES PADOW Richmond, Virginia. B.S'., Arcomzling Phi Beta Kappa, Dean's List. JOHN B. PHILLIPS Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Mmvleeling Transfer from Virginia Military Institute, Pi Kappa Alpha, Social Chairman, Scabbard and Blade, junior Class, Senator, Canterbury Cluh, Treasurer, Harlequin Club, University Play' ers, Religious Focus Week, Finance Chairman, Student-Faculty Relations Committee, Chairman, Professional Club, R.O.T.C., First Lieutenant, Intramural Athletics. JOE C. PHILPOTT Philpott, Virginia. B.S., llflmkelivzg Kappa Sigma, Senior Class, Treasurer, Harlequin Club, Fresh- man Football, Freshman Baseball. The 'WSE Web: SEINHQR CLASS WILLIAM D. SAWYER Greenbush, Virginia. BS., lmzfrfmce Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Professional Club, Varsity Baseball, Intramural Athletics. BENNY G. SCOTT Marion, Virginia. B..S'., Mmmgemerzl Sigma Alpha Epsilong Canterbury Clubg Interfraternity Coun- cilg Y.M.C.A. NORMAN N. SERWITZ Richmond, Virginia. B.S,, Accomzlifrg Professional Club. ERNEST S. SNEED Bon Air, Virginia. BS., lIfltZl7lIgE77Zc?7Zli Kappa Alphag Professional Club, Young Democratic Club. ROBERT S. SOMERS Arlington, Virginia. B.S., Mn1',6eti7zg Sigma Alpha Epsilong Harlequin Clubg Varsity Golfg Varsity Footballg Intramural Sports. MACON A. STEPHENSON Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Mmlaelizzg HUNTER B. STEWART Richmond, Virginia. B.5'., llflrlfkffjilg N ,l V HARRY s. sToNE l Richmond, Virginia. B.S., lI'l'!l7',eL'li7Zg Transfer from Hampden-Sydney, Kappa Alpha, Censor. IU ff W ri t 1 -.1013 wniversiri or liricnmono BUSIINIIESS SCHCDCDI. AL L. THOMAS Harrisonburg, Virginia. B.S,, Mfll'kEf'i71g Phi Kappa Sigma, Theta, House Manager, Pledgemasterg Var- sity Clubg Interfraternity Councilg Varsity Foothallg Intramural Athletics. WALTER D. TUCKER Richmond, Virginia. B.S., ACL'0ll7?ff77g Phi Delta Thetag Dean's Listg Intermediate Honorsg Freshman Baseball. JACK J. TURANSY New Kensington, Pennsylvania. B.S'., 177ff7lJ'lI'itIl Relation! Transfer from Shenandoah junior College. THOMAS T. VINSON, JR. Portsmouth, Virginia. BS., Perrozmel Relrztioflr Theta Chig Harlequin Club, Ivlu Sigma Rhog Y.M.C.A.g Intra- mural Athletics. EDWARD O. WHITT Richmond, Virginia. BS., Arcomzling Phi Delta Thetag Phi Beta Kappag Dean's List. A. MELTON WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia. B.S., Ztimmgemelzl Kappa Alphag Dean's Listg Honor Councilg Professional Clubg Intramural Athletics. DONALD B. WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia. B.S., M:Z77llg87I26lll i Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secretary, Pledgemaster, Athletic Di- rectorg Student Government, Athletic Representativeg Dean's I Listg Society for Advancement of Management, Vice Presi- dentg Professional Club, Secretaryg Orientation Committeeg Intramural Athletics. JERRY C. WITHERINGTON I Richmond, Virginia. BS., ZJfIIlI'k9l'iI7g Theta Chi, Social Chairmang Mu Sigma Rhog Wesley Foundationg Orientation Committee, A.F.R.O.T.C., Squad- ' ron "A" Commanderg Intramural Athletics. I Y .I Y 7.7 Y .--, mliyk, The 'I953 Well: JU NIOR CLASS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left fo right: Don Arey-Vice-President, Rex Adams-Senator, Bob Berry-President, Jcxbe Cooper-Treasurer, Jim Brown-Secretory. The Iunlur Class FRED ABRAHAM REX ADAMS, JR. Q JUAN R. ANDERSON, JR. DON AREY ew Z Em H R R 7 R' ' FRED B. BISGER R DUANE H. BROWN Q bmi , 4,, JAMES EARL BROWN Z we I :-' , Y 5 . Q ROBERT E. BROWN Em :'1R ' . JABE F. COOPER JOSEPH COX CHARLES LOUIS FINKE, JR. MURRAY Z. GOODMAN l-fl fig 5 '22-an University of Richmond -,JU 15 BUSINESS SCHOOL W E 5 :.. . - Spf H E 5 . .. H H H H H: RE H H HHHHHH HH.5HQ-'H'-'EEWH :H HH-HHHHHQHHQH-HHHHQWHHHHH HH HHH,,.'B' HHH . H . .. H H H H Q -A .. P. . HN I H f E H 55- 5.'f-' 5 5' .., :5'5:.5"5.- . 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WALTER FRANCIS WITT, JR. D. RICHARD YOUNG HOWARD ZIMMERMAN 5 5 l I 1 1 l 1 1165, The 1953 web ORGANIZATIONS THE Soc1E1Y FOR THE ADVANCEMENT or MAN- AGEMENT is an organization whose purpose is to encourage and stimulate interest and understanding of the scientific principles of management. The group here at the University of Richmond is affiliated na- tionally as a student chapter. Each student chapter is guided and directed by a local chapter composed of prominent businessmen of the community. Classroom training is supplemented by plant visi- PRUFESSIIINAL . CLUB 0F BUSINESS SCHUIIL PROFESSIONAL CLUB. Left to right, Hrsf row: Ronnie Mann, Grady Whilehorne- Treasurer, Jesse Reel-President, Carl Dickey-Vice-President, Don Williams- Secrelary. Second row: Bill Denny, Fred Dean, Henry' Rubin, Curtis Copeland. Third row: William Sawyer, Sam Parker, John Phillips, Byron Peterson, John Emirie. THE PROFESSIONAL CLUB was organized in 1951 by a group of business students whose intention was to eventually aiiiliate with Alpha Kappa Psi, Na- tional Professional Business Fraternity. To be eligible for membership, the student must be pursuing or planning to pursue a course in Busi- ness Administration. U niversify of Richmond l sncim ron Anvinctmtur or r MANAGEMENT SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT. Lefl lo right: Bill Carter, Grady Whitehorne, Henry Rubin, Ronnie Davis, Don Williams, Curtis Copeland- Presiclent, Professor Warren, Corl Dickey, Jesse Reel, Bill Denny. tations, discussions, conferences, and guest speakers who speak to the local Richmond Chapter at monthly dinner meetings. A student to be eligible for membership must be a junior or senior with a 1.35 quality credit average, and be a candidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, or a graduate student working for a degree of Master of Science in Business Administration. 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' 5 li'-' isa.. -aa , x ,, ,A S x : xx '1. if i X att 2 E A ,Q-" ,l .iff Ira:-:ig +2 -, "fi il i i , 'i n' " Eg-. HJ :wing . ' v,ly L1 gi ' mf, me-m 12 , m i N x in. m -71 "Q 1' e 'W I - , F , Q:-x - ELIZABETH LEE ATKINS ORGANIZATIONS Phi Beta Kappa 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. Members are chosen from the graduating class, usually from the upper ten percent. Student Members KATHERINE BURT BEALE MARY AYLETT CREATH RICHARD BOZMAN EATON, JR. RICHARD LEE FISHER ALICE RUTH GARDNER OLA FRANCES HILL ELLEN GRAY HONTS THOMAS ALBERT JACKSON URSULA HARRIET LAMM VIRGINIA PHILLIPS LESUEUR WILLIAM HERBERT LOHMANN MARIE JOY MASON LINWOOD CALVIN MATTHEWS, JR CLYDE DUKE NUCKOLS BETTY THOMAS O'BANNON JAMES PADOW JAMES SYDNOR PHILLIPS, JR. Faculty Members CHARLES RICHARD PITTS, JR. MARGARET JACKSON REILLY RUBY MARIE VAUGHAN CARLA RAE WAAL SEGAR BELLE WHITE EDWARD OWEN WHITT CHARLES FREDERICK WILTSHIRE JOHN BEVERLY WOOLDRIDGE, JR. D. FERREL ATKINS B. C. HOLTZCLAW HELEN A. MONSELL HELEN G. STAFFORD L. F. BALL ' MAY L. ICELLER ' E. C. PEPLE H. P. THOMAS R. E. GAINES F. B. KEY R. B. PINCHBECK JOSEPHINE J. TUCKER E. W. GREGORY SUSAN M. LOUGH MARGUERITE ROBERTS PAULINE TURNBULL C. J. GRAY R. E. LOVING GARNETT RYLAND W. B. HACKLEY R. C. MCDANEL N. W. SKINNER ISABEL HARRIS G. M. MODLIN W. F . SNYDER l UMICRUN DELTA KAPPA OMICRON DELTA KAPPA. Left to right, seated: Dean Gray, Charlie Wiltshire, Dr. Albright, Doug Clark-President, Dr. Cay- lor, Dr. McDanel. Standing: Ward Hark- rocler, Bob Alley, Bill Carter, .lim Frye, Charlie Tulloh, Dick Jones, John Wool- dridge, George Aldhizer, Larry Matthews, Sid Phillips, Andre Neilsen, Dick Howard, E. Claiborne Robins, Dr. Wheeler, Coach Pilf, Mr. Nettles. FOR CONSPICUOUS ATTAINMENT and service in col- legiate activities, Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary leadership fraternity for men, twice yearly elects its members from the juniors and seniors on the campus who have attained prominence in one and excellence in two of five helds of endeavor: scholar- ship, leadership, social and religious affairs, athletics, ni publications and forensics, and dramatics. There are also other points considered indispensable for leaders. The purpose of ODK is threefold: first, to recog- nize men who have a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities 5 second, to bring together mem- bers of the faculty and student body on a basis of interest and mutual understanding. IQOYX-2 The 1953 Web GRGANIZATIGNS 1 I ,il 44.1 Q , MORTAR BOARD. Left to right: Kay Beale, Ruby Vaughan, Mary Creath, Mary Katherine Manuel-President, Virginia LeSueur, Betty O'Bannon, Betty Montgomery. iilmtair LEADERSHIP, SCHOLARSHIP, AND SERVICE are the ideals of Mortar Board, national honorary fraternity for college women. Each Spring since 1930 West- hampton juniors who have excelled in these three fields have been tapped into membership by the campus chapter. Mortar Board inherited its position on campus from the local honorary, Pi Alpha. just as membership in Mortar Board is the highest individual honor at Westhampton, so the Mortar Board cup recognizes the class that best exemplifies the spirit and service for which the organization stands. The silver cup is presented at Moving-Up Chapel each May. Two major Mortar Board projects are the marriage lectures for juniors and seniors and a Spring school for officers. This year the spiritual, socio-economic, and physical aspects of marriage were discussed by authorities in those fields at the lectures. A forum on campus problems and classes for new officers featured the leadership school. 'Other activities of this honorary fraternity include parties for transfers and freshmen, a Smarty Party for students excelling in scholarship, and an alumnae coffee hour on Homecoming. The Mortar Board chapter encourages student interest and participation in campus activities by fostering a sense of individual responsibility for leadership, scholarship, and service. U niversiify of Richmond M!'fi2im ORGANIZATIONS ev' - s BETA MU CHAPTER of Phi Alpha Theta, national honorary history fratern-ity, was installed at the Uni- versity of Richmond on May 16, 1948, as a result of the attempts of the local history group to become affiliated with a national organization at the begin- ning of World War II. Located at leading colleges and universities throughout the United States and Pl DELTA EPSILUN PI DELTA EPSILON. Lett to right, seated: Kaye Beale, Virginia LeSueur, Doug Clark -President, Andre Nielsen, June Pair. Second row: John Nye, Bob Alley, Ned Baylor, Bill Browne. Third row: Linwood Matthews, Charlie Wiltshire, Al Coates. P1 DELTA EPSILON, honorary journalism fraternity, promotes interest in campus publications by recogniz- ing outstanding journalists and by acquainting the students with the efforts of the WEB, Zvlerrenger and Collegian. Twice each year, since 1926, when the national fraternity organized a chapter at the University of Richmond, PDE has tapped into membership stu- dents of publication staffs who have made a special contribution to college journalism. These new mem- i ALPHA THETA PHI ALPHA THETA. Lett to right, first row: Dr. Bushong, Dr. McDanel, Miss Gregory, William Lohmonn-President, Miss Staf- ford, Dr. Albright, Mr. Graham. Second row: Segar White, Barbara Warren, Bar- bara Pollock, Betty Fleet, Betty Wilder, Ruby Vaughan, Don Eure. Third row: Tom Jackson, Franklin Foster, Jim Hatch' ell, Lin Matthews, Irby Brown, Dick How- ard. Puerto Rico are eighty-two chapters of Phi Alpha Theta. Students of better than "B" average, who are earnestly interested in history, and faculty mem- bers are eligible for membership. ' Beta Mu Chapter initiates members each semester and has grown rapidly since its beginning here five years ago. bers must have worked on publications two years and must have achieved a responsible staff position. During Alma Mater Week, Pi Delta Epsilon held open house in the publications oihces and assembled a display of early campus yearbooks, magazines and newspapers. Through a prose contest sponsored in the Spring, the honorary journalism group attempts to encourage the creative literary efforts of University men and women. l22l'X-2 The 1953 Web ORGANIZATIONS EPSILUN Pl MU EPSILON. Lefl Io right, first row Maxine Lindsay, Jim Reynolds, Janet John son-President, Frank Lowman-Treasurer Jane Cather-Secretory, Hector Davis Second row: Professor Groble, Bill Woot- ten, Ballard Pierce, Sid Phillips, Dr. Swu sey. Third row: Dr. Wheeler, Dr. Key Mr. Billmon, John Greever. 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 CHI CHAPTER of Sigma Pi Sigma, national honor- ary physics society, was established at the University of Richmond in 1952. Members are selected from advanced and graduate students who have shown outstanding ability and interest in physics, and from faculty members and alumni who have achieved distinction in this field. maintained high standards of scholarship in mathe- matics during their first two years' and who show a continued interest and subsequent improvement in this subject. Each week this organization presents a mathe- matical problem. Recognition is given those students solving this problem. SIGMA 1 PI SIGMA lips-Vice President. Objects of the society are: to honor those students who have attained high scholarship in physics, to promote interest in advanced study, and to offer friendly contacts for its members and others. Each year Sigma Pi Sigma sponsors several in- teresting lectures and demonstrations for its members and others who are interested. I r U n iversify of Richmond 211123 SIGMA Pl SIGMA. Left Io right, first row: Bob Alley-Treasurer, Hector Davis-Seo retory. Second row: Professor Tnylor-Ad- visor, Bullard Pierce-President, Sid Phil- IRBY BROWN Eclitor-in-Chief The 1953 Web IN THE 1955 WEB the editors have Worked to give you, the students, an inclusive picture of the year's activity in as interesting a manner as cost and tradi- tion vvill allow. In several instances we have de- parted from the Well-beaten track of recent years. It is our hope that you will forgive us if we have trespassed upon your particular favorite scene or departed too far from your traditional preferences. In choosing this year's theme we felt that not enough recognition had been given to the Part which Richmond, the city, plays in our students' cultural and recreational life. Thus we have chosen for our theme this year-Richmond, the city and Uni- versity. EDITORIAL STAFF. Left to right, seated: Barbara Magyar, John Nye, Betty O'Bannon, Barbara Warren, Bobby Moore, Jackie Downing, Jerry Ezekiel. Standing: .lo Fugate, Mac Shofwell, Bob Garian, Tim Pohmer, Bob Burrus, Dave Propert, Joan Eckert, Betty Andrews, Bob Markham. BUSINESS STAFF. Left to right, seated: Jo Fugate, Otis Brown, .Ioan Eckert, Bill Barnett. Standing: Emma Saleeba, E. L. Clements, Dick Worrell, An- gela Groth, Tom Markley, Beverley French. WESTIIAMPTUN IIIILLEGE EDITORS BETTY OIBANNON . . . . . . Senior Clam Editor MARCELLA HAMMOCK . . .... Uzederrlim Edizor and Activities Editor BETTY ANDREWS . . . ..... Feizrzire Editor JACKIE DOWNING . . . . . ArtEdilo1 BARBARA MAGYAR . . . . . . Spam Ediim ANN PETTIT ..... .... P laoro Editor BARBARA WARREN Westhampton College Editor Richmond College Editor ROBERT MOORE IIIIIHMUNIJ COLLEGE AND BUSINESS SCIIIIIIL EIIITIIRS JOHN NYE .... . . . Senior Clays Editor BOB MARKHAM . . . . . . Uizderflzzyx Editor MAC SHOTWELL . . . . . . Activities Editor BOB BURRUSS ..... .... F rvzternizfy Editor REB MORRIS I E. P. ROBERSONS All MOH DAVE PROPERT . . . . . Sporty Editor JERRY EZEKIEL . . . . . . Phoio Editor BEVERLEY FRENCH CRAWLEY C. CONNELLY, JR. Business Manager Law School Editor M1025 ANDRF NIELSON Editor-in-Chief Ulla ltltlttli lliltil tallagiami The Rirbmomi Collegian, in its 30 weekly issues for the 1952-53 term, endeavored to give a complete, accurate, and objective coverage to the news on campus. Its purposes in this were twofold: to serve the University as a source of information, and to serve as a "journalistic ladder" for members of the student body to fulfill their desires for self-expression. The editorial policy of the Collegian always strove -we hope successfully-to be constructive, backing worthy endeavors, making suggestions for improve- ment where it appeared improvement was needed, and failing to create non-existent issues for the sake of interesting editorials. WESTHAMPTON STAFF. Left to right, first row: Sue Quinn, Edith Jackson, .lean Carter, Kathryn Kennedy. Second row: Betty Hurt, Angela Groth, Jean Burroughs, Barbara Reynolds, Janie Smith, Mary Anne Logan. Throughout the year our staff worked diligently in order to present "all the news fit to print" through the pages of our publication. Countless interviews were made, hours were spent tracing facts, all in an attempt to make certain that our news coverage would be accurate and free from bias. Thursday was always the "big" day, the day when staff members sacrificed their studies and postponed their lunch hour to put together the format of the Collegian. Headlines were written and stories were fitted together in the face of an ever-nearing deadline. Then on Friday our paper was distributed to the University. This was our day of satisfaction. RICHMOND COLLEGE STAFF. Left to right, seated: Jerry Ezekiel. Standing: Spencer Albright, Jack Hall, Rex Adams, Marvin Dollin, Ken Hodder. , 1. Q ,. ..i '- iw. MANAGING EDITORS. Left to right, seated: Betty Kersey, Jeanne Plunkett. Standing: Bill Browne, Ned Baylor. ANDRE NIELSEN Editor'-212-Chief VIRGINIA LEFSUEURV Werthavvzprofz Editor Ned Baylor, Bettie Kersey, Jeanne Plunkett rlflmzagitzg Ealirorr Bob Beasley Bob Alley Bill Sullivan Ca1'i001zi.s't Bzzrizeefy Mmmger Law School Editor Bill Peach, Spencer Albright, jack Hall, Ken Hodder jerry Ezekiel Editorial Arfociater Colzmmirt I RC NEWS STAFF: Madison Price, john Geiser, Van Kelly, Rush Loving, Arnold Hoffman, Arnold Fred- erick, Dick Gage, Kenneth Matthews. RC SPORTS STAFF: George Tidey, Halford Hayes, Charley Wiltsliire, Bob Goolrick, Edgar Turlington, Bill Peters, Lucien Hall, Hank Horowitz, Ed Ketchie, Leon Jennings, Fred Sbarboro. WC STAFF: Mary Ethel Young, Hope Guaraldi, Ann Cohen, Betty Lee Stembridge, Mary Anne Logan, Alice Gardner, Barbara Reynolds, Rosa Ann Thomas, Mary Ellen Burns, Sue Quinn, jean Burroughs. BUSINESS STAFF: Nathan Safran, Bob Garian, Joe Mersel, Malcolm Levet, Kathryn Kennedy, Park Dick- CIfSOI'1. ROBERT ALLEY VIRGINIA LeSUEUR WILLIAM SULLIVAN Business Manager Westhampton Editor Law School Editor JUNE PAIR Editor-in-Chief The University Messenger The Messenger, oldest publication on our campus and oldest college magazine in the State of Virginia, will begin its seventy-ninth year of publication next fall. With an editorial policy of "light enough to be interesting, literary enough to be worthy, and with a slant toward University life," The Messenger at- ' O 49 " 1 S A C oe J' T P X - -'Wir ff Q KN fm s Il' 'JF gfifi' . . 'X '1-,N 1 Q " , I X, '.l1L3f,.il. D ' . ,-. mwah l28l'XJ tempts to publish in its three yearly issues the best creative writing of the students and to appeal to all divisions of the University. The primary aim of The Messenger is to stimulate creative writing on the campus and provide an outlet for creative talent. The staff is proud of its rich heritage and strives to constantly improve. JOHN DORSEY Richmond College Editor ROSA ANN THOMAS RICHARD KEITH Westhampton College Editor Business Manager EIIITURIAI. UFFIGERS STAFF JUNE M. PAIR .... JOHN DORSEY .... ROSA ANN THOMAS CLIFF WARREN . . . DICK KEITH . . , BOE BEASLEY .... JANE CATHER .... . . . . . . . . . . . Editor-in-Chief Richmond College Editor Werlbarrzpiorz College Editor Law School Editor . . . . Bzuirzefi Manager . . . . . . . Art Editor . . . . Exchange Editor Felice Abram, Nancy Baumgardner, Joy Brandt, Al Coates, Betty Dowdy, Myra Embrey, Peggy Gilman, Linda Goodman, Jack Hall, Jim Hatchell, Alex Hudgins, Lucia Johnson, Kenneth Mace, Judy Potter, Byron Vincent, Seeman Waranch, Barbara Warren, Cos Wasliburiu, Peggy Waxter, Carmen Wong, Typirzhf, Evelyn Hanson, Mary Hurt, Faye Kilpatrick, Barbara McCrawg Art, Sue Bentley, Barbara Bull, Jackie Downing, Janice Elliot, M. Linfield, Carolyn Neale. STAFF. Left to right, seated: Mary Hurt, Barbara McCraw, Carolyn Neale, Jackie Downing, Barbara Warren, Sue Bentley. Sec- ond row: Doug Clark, Joyce Brandt, Evelyn Hanson, Myra Embrey, Tim Pohmer. Third row: Al Coates, Madison Price, Kenneth ORGANIZATIONS FORENSIC COUNCIL. Left to right, seated: Bobby Moore, Rex Adams, Jim Anderson-President, Bill Browne, Bill Ratchford. Standing: Park Dickerson, Dick Howard, Dr. Albright-Advisor, Ward Harkrader, Bob Markham, Tom Downing. University of Richmond Forensic Council THE FORENSIC COUNCIL of the University of Rich- mond is the governing and advising body for the three literary societies, the debate team, and Tau Kappa Alpha, in prompting forensic activity among the students. Its membership is composed of the president and an additional elected representative from each of the member organizations. In ad- dition to these members, the officers of the Forensic Council are elected from member organizations at large. Its purpose is to promote forensic activity on the campus. The highlights of the year were: the inter- society debates, various oratorical contests, and a speaking contest. l3OI'X-2 The 1953 Web 1 lm ORGANIZATIONS A HEAVY SCHEDULE of inter-collegiate debates has been planned for the Team again this semester. In the State TKA Tournament that was held on the Richmond campus in Nov., the University debaters were placed on top, capturing the first and second affirmative, and first negative. The team participated this year in Tournaments S. C. MITCHELL LITERARY SUCIETY S. C. MITCHELL LITERARY SOCIETY. Left to right, first row: Dr. Smart-Advisor, Dick Howard-President, Ken Hodder, Jack Hall, Roberta Cohen. Second row: Neal DeWitt, Jerry Ezekiel, Bob Garian, Spencer Albright, Carole Straus. Third row: Milton Tignor, Ben Wright, Rush Lov- ing, John Reames. Fourth row: Harold Sadler, Hank Leib, Sid Brown. Fifth row: Harold Coates, Hector Davis, Charles Hynes, Otis Brown, Jeff Stephenson. Sixth row: Arnold Frederick, Seymour Horwitz. THE SAMUEL CHILES MITCHELL FORENSIC So' CIETY has emerged from its twenty-third year of forensic activity with a more active membership and an ever-expanding program. The aims of the so- ciety are to give its members experience in public speaking and discussion, as well as to promote campus forensics. , Officers this year are: Dick Howard, president, Q nrsnrr DEBATE TEAM. Left to right: Ward Hark- rader, .lean Burroughs, Dick Howard, Jim Anderson, Spencer Albright, Madison Price, Park Dickerson, Barbara Pratt, Jim Bush, Ken Hodder, Rex Adams, Pat Minor. that were held in Georgetown, New York, Mary Wasliington, Spring TKA, and others. Last year, the Richmond afiirmative placed second in the George- town Invitation Tournament, losing out to Princeton with Harvard third. The team also won the Spring TKA meet last year held at VPI. Ken Hodder, vice-president, Spencer Albright, secre- tary, Hector Davis, treasurer, Ward Harkrader, Sec- retary of Outside Affairs, jack Hall, Sergeant-at- Arms. Witli able leadership and energetic membership the society has retained its prominent campus posi- tion and looks forward to even greater service to the student body. U niversity of Richmond 211131 ORGANIZATIONS PHILULIIGIAN LITERARY SIIIIIETY PHILOLOGIAN. Left Io right, first row: Bobby Moore, Bob Markham, Rex Adams -President, Park Dickerson, .lim Duncan. Second row: Sandy Bassett, Dick Keith, Tim Pohmer, Bob Burrus. Third row: Ken Gimbert, Marvin Burgess, Felix Shepherd. THE PHILOLOGIAN LITEMRY SOCIETY, which was organized in 1856, has as its main purpose the promotion and fostering of forensic activities on campus. This society is also a means whereby its members learn the art of public speaking, as well as furnishing entertainment and valuable train- l l ing for each participant in its various programs. Under the capable leadership of Rex Adams as president hrst semester and jim Duncan second se- mester, the society in the 1952-55 session enjoyed a season that was instructive, entertaining, and en- lightening for all its members. FOUNDED IN 1846, Mu Sigma Rho Literary Society is the oldest active organization on campus. For one hundred and six years it has taken an active part in the forensic activities of the University. Included in the program this year have been prepared and ex- temporaneous speeches, debates, impromptu talks, and informal discussions. Emphasis was placed not MU SIGMA RHO LITERARY SIIIIIETY MU SIGMA RHO. Left to righl, first row: Bill Browne, Bill Ratchforcl-President, Cecil Greer, Ed Kopp. Second row: Jim Roland, Bill Rudasill, Dr. Haclcley-Ad- visor, Bill Lucas. only on content, but also on the proper factors and techniques for effective speaking. Officers of the society for this year were Bill Ratch- ford, President, Rhodes Greer, Vice-President, jim Anderson, Secretary, jim Gardiner, Treasurer, Bill Browne, Representative to the Forensic Council, and jim Roland, Hall Debater and Critic. I32l'X-2 The 1953 Web ORGANIZATIONS YG 5 ,... RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES COUNCIL. Left to right, seated: Alice Gardner, Betty O'BarInOn, Marjorie Smith, Don Beaman-President, Barbara Reynolds, Mary Creath. Second row: Jack Price, Miss Wrenn, Virginia Thomas, Felice Abrams, Nancy Graham. Third row: Bob Ossman, Charles Fuller, Cecil Marsh, Jim Clark, Mr. Shofwell. Iteligimiis littiiilties IEETIUIEII THE RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES COUNCIL is composed of the president and one representative from each religious organization on campus. This council acts as a coordinating and integrating body for all re- ligious activities on campus. The Council sponsors the interdenominational Eve- ning Watcli, held in the Chapel every weekday after- noon, and Vespers, held every Thursday night in Keller Hall. Our Religious Emphasis Week held in February was one of the most important functions undertaken by the R.A.C. MEMBERS President: DON BEAMAN Secretary: BARBARA REYNOLDS Treasurer: TOM PROFEITT Vespers Chairman: BETTY OIBANNON Evening Watch Chairman: GERRIE KANTNER Reporter: ALICE GARDNER Publicity Chairman: MARGIE SMITH Y.W.C.A.: MARY CREATH, RUTH OWEN Y.M.C.A.: MAC SHOTWELL, JIM CLARK M.A.: CECIL MARSH, JACK PRICE B.S.U.: JEAN MERRIT, SHIRLEY BRUCKMAN Canterbury Club: BOE OSSMAN, VIRGINIA THOMAS Hillel: FELICE ABRAM Newman Club: CHARLES REIDELBACH, KITTY ICEN- NEDY Wesley Foundation: NANCY GRAHAM, BILLY BYRAN Student Forum: BETTY EICHELBERGER, GERALD YA- GEL University of Richmond S1033 ORGANIZATIONS THE CANTERBURY CLUB CANTERBURY CLUB. Left to right, seated: Bob Ossman-President. Second row: Leta Mae Tucker, Shirley Evans, Sue Smith, Vir- ginia Thomas, Edith Borges, Mary Creath, Alex Hudgins, Third row: Don Beaman, Eddie Kinsey, Haynie Crofton, Kenneth Gimbert. 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. Its motto is "For Christ Through the Church." The weekly Sunday evening meetings of the Can- terbury Club are held at St. Stephens Church. The 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 programs include supper, fellowship, worship, rec- reation, and study. Also scheduled in the club's activities are meetings with fellow Canterbury Clubs, outings at Roslyn, and other stimulating social func- tions. Mr. Reno S. Harp, rector of St. Stephen's Church, is the campus chaplain, and Dr. Edward C. Peple, professor of English, is the faculty advisor. B'NAl B'RITH HILLEL B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL. Left to right, sealed: Renee Gartner, Natalie Mandel, Barbara Kleinkcpht, Felice Abram. Standing: Roy Cohn, Roberta Cohen, Carole Straus, Judy Hecht Del Saslaw , . as well as a healthy, full social environment. Hillel Honor keys, silver trophies, camp scholarship and Honor Rolls are awarded annually to deserving members. l34l'X-2 The T953 web ORGANIZATIONS THE STUDENT FORUM of the University of Rich- mond is sponsored by the Presbyterian students on the campus and is open to all who are interested. The meetings are held every Sunday night at St. Giles Church. The programs have been varied with speak- ers, discussions, and movies. Our group works with the State Westniinster Fellowship, and we have been WESLEY FUUNDNHUN WESLEY FOUNDATION. Left to right, first row: Peggy Lassiter, .lo Sue Leo- nard, Betty Rosenberger, Barbara Rey- nolds, Nancy Graham-President, Macon Day, Polly Bundick, Eliza Hubble, Mary Ann Logan. Second row: Mary Mullins, Martha Ellen Boatwright, Virginia Muralen, Lillian Stephenson, Phyllis Gee, Ann App, Lamar Copeland, Diane Clark, Ann Powell. Third row: James Anderson, Louise Hudgins, William Eaton, Billie Bryan, Arnette Kizzia, Mary Lou Gilbert, Joanne Russell. 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, worship, and STUDENT FURUM STUDENT FORUM. Left lo right, first row: Briclgitte Zickmantel, Gayle Mepham, Gerry Yagel, Betty Eichelberger, Pat Mo- ran. Second row: Charles Johnson, Bill McKissick, Ralph Holland, Barbara Thabet. represented at state conventions and retreats. Students from the Union Theological Seminary and the Assembly's Training School contribute to our group. Officers for the year were: Co-Presidents, Betty Eichelberger and jerry Yagelg Program Chairman, Pat Morang and Secretary-Treasurer, Gayle Mepham. recreation, acting as special friends to the Methodist orphans g attending state conferences at different Vir- ginia Universities 5 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. University of Richmond -11135 Baptist Student Union ORGANIZATIONS BAPTIST STUDENT UNION. Left to right, first row: Park Dickerson, Charlie Wiltshire, Cecil Marsh, Betty Montgomery, Velda Harrell, Shirley Bruckman, Sue Perry, Jean Merritt, Charlie Fuller-President, Joyce Brock, Alice Gardner, Edith Burnett, Leroy Richardson, Coan Agee, Bill Dillard, Orrin Morris. Second row: Emily Menetee, Anne Stuart Hartz, Miriam Thurston, Mary Kath- erine, Manuel, Faye Kilpatrick, Betty Atkins, Maxine Lindsay, Mac Shotwell, Pete Towler, Ike Cumbee. Third row: Doris Huffman, Peggy Hall, Jean Burroughs, Lee Gravlee, Betty Brinkley, Shirley Ward, Garnetta Anderson, Marilyn Keeton, Betty O'Bannon, Carol Jones, Betty Parrish, Betty Lear, Dick Stevens. Fourth row: Ed Hamilton, Peggy Smith, Sara Thompson, Jackie Kilby, Pat Bal- lard, Ann Carol Yeaman, Mary Jo Belcher, Evelyn Massie, Barbara Turner, Janet Pace, Ann Pettit, Betty Stembridge, Billie Ruther- tord, Phil Cumbia, Gardner Koch. Fifth row: Lawrence Dodson, Larry Matthews, John Booth, Margey Smith, Hugh Dupree, Don Foutz, Nim Lawrence, Lawson Smith, Harland Getts, Bill Jessup, Paul Logan. Sixth row: Jim Duncan, Eugene Arrington, Jack Price, Mann Carter, John Adams, Don Lytal, Tom Downing, Frank Hilton. THE BAPTIST STUDENT UNION, composed of stu- dents who have membership in any recognized Bap- tist unit organization of an adjacent Baptist Church, has a threefold ministry of unifying and promoting all Baptist religious activities as related to the campus, allying every Baptist student with a church in the community, and promoting the spiritual life of the campus as a whole. During the past year students have held revival services in churches throughout the State and North Carolina as a part of their youth revival program. The B.S.U. has sponsored a city-wide mission pro- gram, in which students of all denominations have spent one or more afternoons a week at Goodwill I l I centers in Richmond-leading scouts, directing gym, playground, and shop activitiesg conducting glee clubs, and holding Bible study classes. A pre-school retreat at Camp Richmond, attend- ance at the state conventions at Portsmouth and Staunton, a picnic for new students, a Thanksgiving breakfast, caroling at the city home, a spring ban- quent, participation in the city-Wide picnic, and in- stallation services Were highlights of the year. Mass meetings were held on alternating Thursdays, and several informal parties were given-an ambitious and enjoyable social program. Ideally the B.S.U. is more than an organization. Its spirit is to bring Christ to the University campus. I36i'X-f- The 1953 Web ORGANHZATHONS l MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. Left to right, first row: Jack Price, Lawrence Dodson, Joe Holland, Pete Towler, Mann Carter, Cecil Marsh-President, Phil Cumbia, Coan Agee, Dick Stevens, Tom Downing, Bill Dillard. Second row: Orrin Morris, Don Lytal, Har- land Getts, Mac Shotwell, Paul Logan, Bill Jessup, John Booth, Bob Alley, Park Dickerson. Third row: Charles Fuller, Eugene Ar- rington, Hugh Dupree, Jim Duncan, Tim Pohmer, Harry Skaggs, John Adams, Warren Rollins. Fourth row: Larry Matthews, Ed Hamilton, Frank Hilton, Leroy Richardson, Roy Wood, Wilbur Kersey, Skip Lamb, Gardner Koch, Leroy King. iiiiiisttfariat THE MINISTERIAL Assoc1AT1oN this year is com- posed of 117 men, all of whom have given their lives to the ministry of jesus Christ. Meetings are held twice monthly and at these meetings representa- tives from thelseminaries and men from various walks of life speak to the Association. An Active Practical Ministries' Project is carried on, whereby each member gains first-hand experience in pastoral work by assisting and working with the local minis- ters. Student Night is held in the spring when the members "take over" the pulpits of the local churches. Many of the members hold regular pastorates and others work as assistant pastors. Many are active in other types of campus activities-some on the varsity athletic teams, Student Government, and other or- ganizations. The Association also maintains a team in all the intramural sports. One of the activities of the Association is to con- duct devotional services and to visit the sick patients at the Home for Incurables each Friday afternoon. There are two social events of the year: a picnic in the fall, and a banquet in the spring. This year's officers are: Cecil Marsh, Presidentg Tom Downing, Vice-President, Bill Dillard, Secre- taryg Richard Stevens, Treasurer, Charlie Anderson, Publicity, Fred Skaggs, Choristerg Coan Agee, Athlet- ic Representative, jack Price, Representative to the R.A.C.g and Phil Cumbia, Chaplain. Dr. Solon B. Cousins is the faculty advisor and the other faculty members are Dr. Raymond Brown and Mr. Ralph Shotwell. University of Richrnonol 211137 Ol2GANlZA'l'l0NS ii ii I ug Hu ,Him Uiif' W " il li Y.W.C.A. Left to right, first row: Ruth Owen, Sue Bentley, Miss Wrenn, Pat Moran, Peggy Gilman, Mary Creath-President, Peggy Brown, Pat Minor, Macon Day, Betty Mozingo. Second row: Jane Wilson, Miss Rudd, Betty Jean Parrish. lllllllllggi llilliiilaiflls ltliristiami THE GOAL of the Y.W.C.A. is to give each girl an opportunity to grow spiritually, mentally, physically, and socially in order that she might receive the best that college life has to offer. Wheri a girl enters Wfesthampton College, she is automatically a mem- ber of the "Y" and is urged to take an active part in this, her own Christian organization. The program of the "Y" 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- tive force in campus life, a necessary connective with the community, and a stimulus to national and inter- national 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 the United Nations Seminar in New York are examples of its many cooperating 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, this student has been a real asset in Widening horizons and promoting friendship. l38l'X-1 The i953 Web , xr., ORGANIZATIONS fQx""'-.. C 4. 1 Q as -O .,- .f 'M . tri" -Zlilliilii mu: 'aa limo Y.M.C.A. Lett to right, first row: Walt Jackson, Gus Jackson, Bob Scott, Jack Swanson, Hugh Dupree, Jim Clark, Skip Lamb, Tom Downing, John Dorsey, Al Coates. Second row: Oswell Haynie, Dick Stevens, Charlie Anderson, Bill McKissick, Charles John- son, Pat Barham, Ben Hall, Mac Shotwell-President, Pete Towler, Lawrence Dodson, Bob Garian, Dick Gott, Ed Hamilton, Law- son Smith, Dr. Trout and Dr. Brown-Advisors. Third row: Larry Matthews, Wilbur Kersey, Alton Owen, Ken Gimbert, Bob Burrus, Ike Cumbee, Eugene Arrington, Cecil Marsh, Eugene Harker, Harland Getts, Mr. Stone, Rev. Shotwell-Advisors. Fourth row: Bob Markham, Jim Murphy, Skip Scott, Billy Eaton, Kirk Straughan, Ralph Peachee. Young Mon's Christian Association THE Y.M.C.A., in an endeavor to make itself felt and welcomed on the University of Richmond cam- pus, was successful in making its influence and serv- ices felt to such an extent that all students recognized it as one of the more active and helpful organizations on campus. Beginning with a giant membership drive, the association launched into a year filled with many successful projects. Witli the largest member- ship on record, the "Y" was divided into four com- missions, including emphasis on Christian Faith and Heritage, Social Responsibility, Personal and Campus Affairs, and World Relatedness. The "Y" assisted the new students by operating an information booth in the Student Center during orientation week, climaxing the week with the an- nual Y.M.-Y.W.C.A. Barn Dance. A ping-pong tour- nament, WSSF drive, Christmas Party, and the pub- lishing of a Student Directory were projects continued from last year. New projects included the placing of Bibles in all- dormitory rooms and fraternity houses, the publishing of a daily devotional sheet, a service in observance of Universal Day of Prayer, presenting entertainment at McGuire Hospital and sponsoring a reading table in the Student Center. Sending delegates to a U.N. seminar in New York, conducting a horseshoe and swimming tournament, a Clothes-for-Korea drive, a big-brother banquet, and presenting programs at high schools on the value of a college education rounded out the years activities, climaxed with the State Retreat at Roslyn in the spring. Association meetings were held twice a month. U n iversity of Richmond S1039 QtRGAlNllZATIOlXlS THE YJWTLM. EtRlNfl Y.M.C.A. CABINET. Left lo right, seated: Skip Lamb, Tom Downing, Bob Scott, Dr. Trout-Advisor, Mac Shotwell -President, Wolt Jackson-Vice-Presb dent, Hugh Dupree-Secretary, John Dorsey, Al Coates. Standing: Jock Swanson, Jim Clark, Rev. ShotwelI-Ad- visor, Gus Jackson, Dr. Brown-Advisor, Mr. Stone-Advisor. THE ADMINSTRATION of the Y.M.C.A. is vested in a cabinet which meets once a week for the purpose of planning and guiding the projects and programs of the association. Composed of the officers, faculty advisors, commission chairmen, and standing com- mittees, this cabinet acts as the steering committee for all "Y" projects. The officers for 1952-55 included: Mac Shotwell, President, Walt jackson, Vice-President, Hugh Du- pree, Recording Secretary, Bob Scott, Corresponding Secretary, Tom Downing, Treasurer, Jim Clark, Gus ALTHOUGH SPONSORED by the Baptist Student Union the Missions Group is open to any person of any denomination. Students spend one afternoon of each week in some Center under the guidance and direction of a Center Leader. Here the student may conduct cooking and sewing classes, lead Bible study groups, hobby clubs, playground and workshop Jackson, Jack Swanson, and john Booth, Commission Chairmen, Skip Lamb, House of Representatives, John Dorsey, Editor of Directory, Al Coates, Pub- licity Chairman. Don Beaman, State "YH President, also served on this cabinet. Dr. W. E. Trout headed the list of faculty advisors, acting as chief advisor to the cabinet. Advisors to the four commissions were Rev. J. R. Shotwell, Dr. R. B. Brown, Dr. S. D. Albright, and Mr. R. M. Stone. Much of the credit for the success of the "YH ac- tivities is due to this group. MlSSlUN GRUMP MISSION GROUP IBSUI. Left to right, first row: Pot Ballard, Barbara Turner, Peggy Hall, Emily Menefee, Leroy Rich- orclson, Shirley Bruckmon, Joyce Brock, Betty Eichelberger, Gornetta Anderson. Second row: Ed Hamilton, Don Lytol, Hugh Dupree, Nim Lawrence, Billie Rutherford, Ann Pettit, Janet Pace, Edith Burnett, Morgey Smith. Third row: Orrin Morris, Lawrence Dodson, Jo Hol- lands, Larry Matthews, Ike Cumbee, Low- son Smith, Horlond Getts, John Booth, Coon Agee. groups and glee clubs. Special groups include Brownie and Scout troops, Royal Ambassador groups and sport teams. There are at present four such Bap- tist Centers located in strategic points all over the city. These permit from fifty to seventy-tive students to do this type of work throughout the year. Leroy Richardson-Missions Chairman. ny, W H Y 1-7 .... 14OJ'X-1 The 71953 Weld ORGANIZATIONS -V ' ,...,..,,,, ,..,--, 1' . , .4 g H, k 7, 3,3 N . - - -gm, ,, r J .. . . . ., . ri . Y V h . . , Wi - .4 :K , 3 . f ln" " ' .5 ' ' i ' 5 .J 4 fr ,r, " 1' 1-" eww- 1, - i ,...: i- . ' 11757 . 'jpj-f"':!!Zft,f.Z' ' -it l ,Q v - ,i-,131-A,--V V, , 4' : .2 -'42-' -2- fi.-.'-"nifty f .i I .uh ,,.., . ,. M. .71 , , , rf... 2' e- -radii, S , Lonnie BAND. Left to right, first row: Willie Guy, Tommy Armstrong, Emily Menefee, Charlie Scott, Bill Deep, Arnold McCraney, Bond, Peggy Hall, Bob Parsons-President, Frank Sweeney, Ben Norfleet, Madison Price, John Millar, Phil Johnson, Eddie man, Ronnie Felton. Second row: Mark Troxell-Director, Jim Wampler, Jack Swanson, Jeter Grogan, Bob Balclridge, Bill Tuggle, Dicky Haynes, Buddy Stump, Spencer Albright, Dave Hartz, Bill Carter, Ernest Lumsden, Ken Hodder, Hunter Spencer, Bobby Wim- mer, Fred Mallory, Claude Anderson, Bob Hannah, Dick Howard, Arnette Kizzia, Bill Peach. Blech- Unlverslty of THE UNIVERSITY or RICHMOND BAND, under the capable direction of Mark Troxell, experienced an- other successful and enjoyable year. A marching unit during football season, the band was a big morale booster. For football games and pep rallies, the band turned out to help spread the "Spider Spirit." The most notable change in the "Spider Band" was the welcomed appearance of several line musicians from Westliampton, who became the first members of the University of Richmond Band to come from across the lake. These girls added much to the ap- pearance and the musical quality of the band. The University of Richmond Band is looking forward to having many more Westliamptonites in the band next semester. An excellent performance in the annual Tobacco Bowl Festival Parade won the "Spider Band" second U niversity of Richmond lchmond Band :palace amgng the collegiate entries. Other fine jobs were turned in by the band when it participated in the Thalhimers Toy Parade, the Christmas party for underprivileged children, and the Community Chest Drive. A big hit was scored with the first annual Band- Crlee Club Dance. The co-sponsored dance was well supported by the University of Richmond students and thus will become an annual affair. Spring brought forth the University of Richmond Concert Band. The opening concert was given at Tuckahoe School here in the city. The concert at Mary WaslIi11gton College was the highlight of a successful season. The band's final appearance was in the jenkins Amphitheater when it gave its annual "Spring Concert." A dance for the band members and their dates was held after the concert. 22041 Ql?.G1itNllZ!5tTlOlwlS R.C. GLEE CLUB. Left to right, first row: Sam Taylor, Bob Moore, Halford Hayes, Jody Weaver-Accompanist, Bob Ossman, Bob Beasley-President, Mark Troxell-Director. Second row: Willie Guy, Spencer Albright, Edgar Roberson, Pete Towler, Bill Fleming, Bob Short, Dave Hartz, Bill Jessup, Larry Crum, Madison Price. Third row: Ken Matthews, Larry Matthews, Tom Markley, Lonnie Bond, Bob Rutledge, Neal DeWitt, Carter Coates, Sam Stone, Wilbur Kersey, Charles Johnson, Jack Swanson. Fourth row: Dick Gage, Phil Johnson, Dave Propert, Everett Hobson, Ed Bangs, Rick Eaton, Russ Comer, Park Dickerson, Gus Jackson, George Aldhizer. Fifth row: Ed Willingham, John Allred, Bob Parsons, Fred Mallory, William Eaton, Bob Harris, Robert Claude. ttitliin iitl Bllllltl THE NLEN,S GLEE CLUB under the capable direc- tion of Mark Troxell enjoyed one of its most successful seasons. This year the club was com- posed of many old and returning members and a few who were with the club for the first time. Wfith a variety of songs in its repertoire, including religious, semiclassical, and popular numbers, and for the first time selections by Gilbert and Sullivan, the group staged many concerts throughout the State, some of the major ones being trips to Norfolk and Newport News, Virginia Beach, various girls' col- leges, and within the city of Richmond. Two concerts were also given before the student body during convocation in Cannon Memorial Chapel. This has become an annual affair and is looked forward to with great anticipation by the students. The Glee Club was enthusiastically re- ceived everywhere and has gained a commendable reputation throughout the State. The club was under the leadership of Bob Beas- ley, President, Sam Taylor, Vice-President, Halford Hayes, Secretary, Bob Ossman, Treasurer, john Dor- sey, Business Manager, and Carter Coates, Assistant Business Manager. Bob Moore was the Librarian, and Jody Weaver, a Westliainpton sophomore, served very ably as accompanist. 14252 The V953 Web Ci1RGANlZA'lTlONS W.C. GLEE CLUB. Left to right, first rowq Miss Phillips, Leta Mae Tucker, Janie Smith, Maria Chisholm, Joy Winstead, Marcella Hammock-President, Lee Gravlee, Emily Menetee, Velcla Harrell, Alma Pitt. Second row: Marilyn Keeton, Polly Newman, Edith Burnett, Betty Eichelberger, Carlene Schuler, Beverly Drake, Jan Hogge, Barbara Thabet, Barbara Moore. Third row: Joyce Brock, Jane Gill, Ann Peery, Nancy Harvey, Annette Evans, Lillian Stevenson, Ann Hagen, Brigitte Zickmantel, Joyce Snyder, Lou Hudgins, Carol Jones. Fourth row: Mary Lou James, Charlotte Hendley, Sue Sowers, Marguerite Greenlee, Mary Ann Harsh- barger, Ruth Entsminger, Jody Weaver. tt.tissttiaiiiiiiltiriii tttiiitt THE WESTHAMPTON GLEE CLUB took strides to- ward becoming one of the most active organizations on campus. Under the direction of Miss Priscilla Phillips, the Glee Club presented musical renditions of religious, folk and popular songs at school and civic gatherings. Throughout the year, the Glee Club was on hand for chapel programs, pep rallies and provided music during Religious Emphasis Week. The club furnished special music for a Ginter Park Wvoman's Club meeting, a service at First Baptist Church and participated in a music night which was presented by the music department for an alumnae meeting. For the Christmas season, the Westllampton Glee Club combined with the Richmond College Glee Club to present a holiday program held at Convoca- tion. To complete the year, Westluampton Glee Club and the Richmond College Glee Club presented their annual spring concert in the Greek Theater. Also in the spring, the Westluampton Glee Club visited Luray, Virginia and sang for one of the local churches. The Glee Club is an organization on campus which consists of girls that have an interest in music and have sufhcient talent determined by semi- annual tryouts. The group has been outstanding this year because of its large membership and its many outside activities. The officers were: Marcella Ham- mock, President, jean Merritt, Vice-President, Pat Murray and Joyce Brock, Librarians. University of Richrnonol kftll-43 ORGANIZATIONS UNIVERSITY CHUIR COMPOSED of students of both Westluampton and Richmond Colleges who are desirous of singing to- gether, the primary purpose of the choir is that of bringing great religious music to everyone on the campus. The choir has been fortunate in having Miss Priscilla Phillips as director. Working with her the choir has rendered programs for convocations, ves- THE IONIAN Music CLUB was organized to give applied music students opportunities to perform be- fore an audience. The membership this year has been open to everyone who enjoys music. Meetings are held on the first Monday of every month in Miss Cokerts studio. pers, and other university functions, as well as for civic functions. The members presented " 'Twas the Night Before Christmas" at the University Christmas party. Special music was provided during Religious Emphasis Week and a Spring Concert was given. Their success depends largely upon the fact that through their enjoyment and love of music they have given pleasure to many others. IUNIAN MUSIC CLUB IONIAN MUSIC CLUB. Left to right, first row: Gus Jackson, Ann Stuart Hartz, Brig- itte Zickmantel, Marty Glenn, .lean Rud- clle, Peggy Hall, Marion Webb, Richard Eaton. Second row: Marion Robinson, Mr. Rutty, Emily Menefee, Betty Eichel- berger, Jackie Kilby, Jody Weaver, Mr. Wilson. Third row: Ola Hill, Polly New- man, Marguerite Greenlee, Dorothy Stiff, Barbara Tlwabet, Segar White, Joan Car- penter, Evelyn Moore, Dick Gage, Ed Bangs. Fourth row: Norman Towler, Wil- lie Guy, Lonny Bond, Bill Jessup, Joyce Brandt, Roy Cohn, .lockie Downing, Dot Godfrey, Anne Carol Yeaman, Carol Livesay, Ken Gimbert. Typical programs have been the playing of favor- ite records by the music faculty, a musical quiz, community singing, and performances by small vocal and instrumental ensembles. They have provided a variety of musical experiences and demonstrated that music can be fun. l44l'X-1 The 1953 Web ORGANIZATIONS T HE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB made great strides in the past year toward bringing the entire student body closer to the national political lifeQ In October a debate was held between Dr. Mc- Danel for Eisenhower and Dr. Pinchbeck for Steven- WUMENT INTERNAHUNAL RELKHUNS CLUB WC INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB. Leff lo right, first row: Mary Ann Logan, Miss Stafford, Macon Day, Nancy O'Neill -President, Pat Minor, Jo Sue Leonard. Second row: Betty O'Bannon, Pauline Decker, Renee Gartner, Edith Jackson, Ruth Entsminger, Mary Ethel Young, Betty Andrews. Third row: .lo Deter, Betty Lee Stembridge, Betty Garter, Sue Bentley. THE WOMENYS IRC was formed for the purpose of. unbiased study and discussion of world and national problems. The 1952-53 session found Wfesthampton women taking an active part in the Presidential race as well as in affairs affecting a broader outlook. pe MEN s INTERNATIUNAL RELATIUNS CLUB MEN'S INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB. Left to right, first row: Andre Nielsen, Linwood Matthews, Bob Alley- President, Dr. Albright-Advisor, John Wooldridge. Second row: Pete Lohmann, Sid Brown, Dick Howard, Charles Wilt- shire, Charles Tulloh, George Aldhizer, Ward Harkraker. son. Posters decorated the walls of the student lounge during the debate. Later a mock election was held among the students and they proved good prophets for November 4. Several members attended the meeting of the Virginia Organization of Inter- national Relations Clubs at Lexington. il Programs are held jointly with the Richmond College Club and many outstanding speakers as well as students in our University are heard. The women's IRC looks forward to another suc- cessful year under the sponsorship of Miss Stafford and the hope of better understanding the world. U niversity of Richmond '-LJTT45 ORGANIZATIONS El PICARO SPANISH CLUB. Left to right, first row: Bobbie Reynolds, Sara Lee Menzel, Toni Hawayek, Harriet Lamm. Second row: Miss Rudd, Amalita Velez, Martha Clark, Joyce Brandt, Marcella Hammock, Ann Shirley Garrett. Third row: Joy Win- stead, Carlene Shuler, Mary Ann Logan, Charlotte Hudson,-Mercedes Mandiola, Ruby Vaughan, Ann Louise Woodall, Roberta Cohen, Carole Straus. THE MEMBERS of EZ Pimro take part in varied and interesting activities, all of which are the pur- pose of introducing the students to the cultures and civilizations of Spanish-speaking countries. This year the club especially enjoyed the inspiring music and dances of other countries, an interesting talk ' l' 'Cid' on bullfighting by a visiting Mexican, the play which was presented in Spanish, and the traditional Spanish dinner. El Picaro strives to foster an un- derstanding and appreciation of other peoples which, they feel, are so important in the modern world. . To THE STUDENTS of Wesrluampton who wish to further their knowledge of the French language, customs, and culture, Lex Femmes Sawzntes affords as excellent opportunity. Meetings are held once a month during the school year, and the programs consist of lectures, dramatic or musical presenta- tions, the annual Christmas party, and a picnic in FEMMES SAVANTES FRENCH CLUB, Left to right, first row: Susan Ovington, Virginia Swain, Margaret Glenn, Peggy Armstrong, Emma Saleeba, Roberta Cohen, Jane Lanier. Second row: Mariah Chisholm, Betty Leigh Stembridge -Secretary-Treasurer, Beverley French- President, Angela Groth. Third row: Myra Embrey, Ann App, Ruth Entsminger, Virginia Janes, Peggy Lassiter, Rene Gartner, Barbara Konkle, Greta Clark, Betty Garter, Fourth row: Janet Elder, Peggy Smith, Joanne Carpenter, Ann Peery, Charlotte Hudson, Shirley Evans, Ann Stuart Hartz, Barbara Pratt, Ann Carol Yeaman, Betty Brinkley, Jackie Downing, Pat Norman. the spring. The organization is sponsored by Mrs. Horner and Miss Wright, and owing to the capable leadership of President Beverly French, the club had a very successful year. A cordial welcome is extended to all those taking, or those who have previously taken French, and anyone who is in any way interested in this language. P46121 The 1953 Web ORGANIZATIONS THE CHEMISTRY CLUB was organized in 1950 to stimulate interest in the science of chemistry and to recognize those students who have shown ability and interest in the science. Membership is open to stu- dents Who have completed three semesters of chem- istry, with an adequate number of quality points. :se ' iii lu lu iiviuiiii lla-H in ii CHEMISTRY CLUB CHEMISTRY CLUB. Left to right, firsl row: Wayland Dunn, Norma Raney, Ben Norfleef-President, Dr. Powell, Dr. Trout, Dr. Pierce. Second row: Bob Scott, Mr. Gries, Jean Burgess, Lola Vcrney, Jeanne Plunkett. Third row: Albert Atkins, Ralph Holland, Burton Bolton, Lew Flippen, Felix Sheppard, Averett Tombes. Fourlh row: Jim Rey- nolds, Allen Thomas, Dick Relyea. The club sponsors held trips, speakers, and other activities that extend the students' experience beyond course work. Together with the local chapter of Gamma Sigma Epsilon, the Chemistry Club forms the local chapter of Student Affiliates of the Ameri- can Chemical Society. ENGUSH 'B illl ENGLISH CLUB. Left to right, first row: Rosa Ann Thomas, June Pair-President. Second row: Sue Ferry, Marcella Ham- mock, Jane Gill, Betty Dowdy, Cos Washburn, Barbara Warren. THE ENGLISH CLUB OF WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE, now live years old, is as organization for students interested in creative Writing and literature. Pro- grams this year have ranged from a speaker recount- ing experiences of his own career in writing to stu- dent readings of original manuscripts. Also fea- tured among the year's activities was the annual Christmas party held in Dean Roberts' suite. U niversify of Richmond -11147 ORGANIZATIONS NUSTRAE FIUAE NOSTRAE FILIAE. Left to right, seated: Marty Glenn, Emily Menefee, Mary Hurt-President, Martha Clark, Jean Plunkett. Standing: Jacky Kilby, Kay Beale, Carolyn Neale, Carol Jones, Billy Ellis, Harriet Wheat, Ruby Vaughan, Leta May Tucker. T0 INSURE the permanence of the traditions, the ideals, and the memories of the beloved Alma Mater, Nostrae Filiae was organized in 1956. It is com- posed of Westhampton College students whose mothers, aunts, grandmothers or great-aunts at- tended the Richmond Female Institute or the Wom- TH13 ALUMNI DAUGHTERS' CLUB is composed of girls whose mother or father has attended the Uni- versity of Richmond. Its aim is to form a link be- tween alumni and students in order to strengthen and build better relations between the two groups. Although meetings are not regularly scheduled, the -A an's College, forerunners of Westluampton College. Under the guidance of Mrs. jack L. Epps, spon- sor, Nostrae Filiae has accepted any task, any work, any responsibility which may pass the noble heritage and cherished ideals on from generation to genera- tion. ALUMNI DAUGHTERS' CLUB ALUMNA DAUGHTERS. Left to right, first row: Mary Glenn-Vice President, Jeanne Plunkett-President, Peggy Arm- strong-Secretary, Jane Soyars. Second row: Carol Neal, Mary Hurt, Mary Crealh, Betty Kersey, Patricia Norman, Alice Creath. Third row: Rosa Ann Thomas, Mary W. Gray, Jackie Kilby, Carol Jones, Ruby Vaughan, Ann Carol Yeamon, Betty Brinkley, Linda Goodman, Betty Atkins. club is allways willing to help with alumni projects. This year the club wrapped and sold candy for the alumni card party and helped with the home- coming activities of the Wfesthampton Alumnae Association. The organization is sponsored by Mrs. Leslie Booker, Westhampton alumnae secretary. iieyca The 1953 Web ORGANHZATHONS l r 2 A THE FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA, a branch of the National Education Association and the Vir- ginia Education Association, was established here in 1947 for those students who plan to enter the teach- ing profession. This year the local chapter, known lilwllllillti. liltlltlelliltg FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA. Left to right, first row: Ann Helms, Barbara Mc- Craw, Joanne Deter, Jim Anderson-Presi- dent, Faye Kilpatrick, Pat Shomo. Second row: Betty Davis, Betty Andrews, Betty Kersey, Ola Hill, Macon Day. Third row: Natalie Mandel, Harriet Wheat, Joanne Russell, Ann Powell. Fourth row: Mary Ethel Young, Patricia Powell, Shirley Ward. Fifth row: Bob Markham, Bobby Moore, Bill McKissick, Russ Comer. as the William L. Prince Chapter, was under the sponsorship of Dr. Edward E. Overton and Miss Jessie P. Haynes. Student participation in programs and guest speakers stimulated the group's enthu- siasm for the profession. University of Richmonel x!tfl49 ORGANIZATIONS ORCHESIS. Left to right, first row: Mary Alice Wagner-Co-Chairman, Ola Hill-Co-Chairman. Second row: Nancy Davis, Jane Gill, .lo Sue Leonard, Ruth Zehner. Third row: Polly Newman, Carole Straus, Jane Betts, Greta Clark, Marion Wilkerson. URCHESIS ORCHESIS, the modern dance organization at West- hampton, was founded in 1949. Its twenty-seven members are noted for their creative and artistic ability. The club is made up of two sections-Junior and Senior Orchesis. Eligibility for junior Orchesis is based upon a girl's talent for dancing, her interest, and her poise during public performances. The Senior Orchesis is composed of those applicants from the junior Club who have presented an original dance and been passed upon by the old members of the Senior group. The members of -both clubs combine each year, in February, to present a modern dance recital. The program this year consisted of a demonstration of modern dance techniques as well as interpretations of semiclassical and modern num- bers. Orchesis also lends its talents to other activities on the campus. Individual members aid other or- ganizations in presenting their programs. This year Orchesis presented for the May Day festival a ballet performance centered around the theme for the day, "The Wizard of Oz." This organization offers an outlet for expression to those girls who are interested in dance. Mrs. Frances Anne Wessells, the modern dance instructor, supervises choreography and direction. ISOJN-J The 1953 Web ORGANIZATIONS i.. . G? lit iii UNIVERSITY PLAYERS. Left to right, first row: Professor Williams, Marion Wilkerson, Joyce Brandt, J. Vaughan Gary-President, Ann Helms, Phyllis Dwyer. Second row: Lee Horton, Felice Abrams, Doug Clark, Charles Johnson, Madison Price, Jane Gill. Third row: Bill Abronski, Park Dickerson, Hector Davis, Bob Holden, Halford Hayes. University Players THE UNIVERSITY PLAYERS, an active honorary or- ganization for students participating in the various aspects of dramatic productions, is open to anyone who meets the necessary requirements for mem- bership in either acting or backstage work. Each accepted student must serve an apprenticeship before he can become a member. During this past summer the long-awaited speech and dramatics building was constructed in the form of a quonset hut, and placed behind the Cannon Memorial Chapel. The hut will serve as a theater for the Players' productions when the scenery and lighting are installed. The Players, in cooperation with the student coun- cils of both Richmond and Westluampton Colleges, presented "As You Like It" by William Shakespeare. This production was held in the Greek Theater dur- ing October. The large audience was delighted .with the fine performances, colorful costumes, and, more important, proved by its reaction that culture has its rightful place on our campus. ' The Players closed the first semester with the production of several one-act plays, one under the direction of Vaughan Gary, President of the group, and the others under Professor Alton Williams, who serves faithfully as advisor. It is the hope and plan of the organization to present at least two full productions during the spring session. University of Richmond '-11151 ORGANIZATIONS GRGANHZATIGNS an www mmm aww m 2.-A a Q m Aw is a wma nm W nm H wmmdww my Sm? mn a nm an 5 'W ss nw X9 ms .A,, LQMQQQ Qcemgs ITJ Uhrmmwmmm ' E Uma Year an ww Mi mn mn nm K m w m Yi fi '1 mn nm gs nm mn E H E H gal, N aim WE mmm- V r K K, V W a Ea ss Q an w K 'H K ,YQ wg ss a Q rv an yu u U 1 if K as Universuefy of Richmond 5 HQLQEI ' V-J 11- f -N q"'f'f- r - "f- ,' f '. fy rf' ' r- ' - 5 fT j l -- i, ' i ' n X, ' ,, V li 'l i 1 ' , es ull heyy lf Q33 ijl W ll Qi, .ia 'lf if , 1' , ,' A 1 1 , ' 'UQ lififb Llxlsi li lui-Q'5 L9 lol . . . the cooperation and interaction taking place between school and city largely as a result of campus initiative . . . Help Week, teaching members the needs of the locality and showing the city that fraternities can be an integral part of the total community .... fi' mm yy i ll im fy 1 . w l-,ll - i Ut It i m' va U3 . lull FRATERNITIES INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL. Left to right, seated: Charles Finke, Dr. Caylor, Fred Bisger-President, Jim Gclhagan-Vice-Presi- dent, Warren Flannagan. Standing: Ernest Lumsden, Bill Ratchfo rd, Bob Parsons, Charlie Weber, Al Coates, Bob Bateman, Carter Coates, Bill Sadler, Bill Denny, Jesse Reel, Charles Keener. Interfraternity Council COMBINED EFFORTS among the fraternities at the University of Richmond enables the Interfraternity Council to operate with the maximum of success in coordinating the activities of fraternity men. For thirty-eight consecutive years the IFC has been the governing body in promoting friendship and spread- ing the good name of fraternities throughout the community. Chief among the functions of the coun- cil are rushing, awards, trophies for scholarship and athletics among Richmond fraternities, as well as being the primary force behind the social activities of the campus. Some of the Interfraternity Council's activities of the year included the Foster Parents Plan for War Children by supporting a child for a year, Christmas Party for Underprivileged Children, Help Week, and the annual Greek Week. Fred Bisger of Phi Alpha Fraternity was the 1952-55 President and james Gahagan of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was Vice-President. Dr. William F. Caylor served in the capacity of Secretary-Treasurer, While Dr. Louis F. Ball and Dr. Ralph C. McDanel served as faculty advisers. l56YX-2 The 1953 Web FRATERNITIES HARLEQUIN CLUB. Left to right, seated: Emily Menefree, Mary Hurt, Ernest Lumsden, John Dorsey-President, Sue Keegan, Ruth Owen. Second row: Hank Leib, Bob Jeter, Charles Finke, Ed Noble, Betty Hurt, Jean Crittenden, Harriet Wheat, Barbara McCraw, Warren Flannagan, Bill Sacller, Bill Browne, Conrad Bareford. Third row: John Bosley, Ray Knick, Charlie Weber, Bob Parsons, Juan Anderson, Jim Wilson, Tom Downing, Al Coates, Bob Bateman, Jim Clark, Fred Bisger. tl rl igiiiim ttilti THE HARLEQUIN CLUB was formed several years ago and consists of representatives from Richmond College and Westhampton College. Its primary purpose is the betterment of the relations between the two schools of the University of Richmond. At meetings twice a month the members exchange ideas in an attempt to draw the schools closer together. The annual Harlequin Club dance, usually held during the Valentine season for students of the University, is one of the most important events of the school year. John Dorsey served as President this year. University of Richmond C1057 FRATERNITIES a ali? mari a e- as. fe JUAN R. ANDERSON President MRS. RONALD S. PRICE Sponsor AGAIN THIS YEAR, Eta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order has maintained its leadership in all forms of campus activities. Congratulations are well in order to Luan Ander- son, President, who was ably assisted by Ronnie Price, Jack Edmonds, Lew Flippen, John Houlgrave, Ned Baylor, Burt Bolton, Dick Young and Bob Alley. Special congratulations to Bob Alley, picked by Wh0'r Who, Speaker of the House of Representa- tives, member of Omicron Delta Kappa and Phi Delta Epsilon, and Business Manager of The Collegian to mention a few of his extracurricular accomplishments. Ned Baylor continued his informative Collegian writeups and to prove his excellence in track. He was managing editor of The Collegian, and a mem- ber of Phi Delta Epsil n .4-3 0 3 U5 V , H . -,'-I mo- ' ' A 0 0 to Kappa Alpha was epr ented in the House of 5, - E7'l'lx 0' ' o 6 V-1 ' 0 .' . 77 5: 1. .42 7 1 i ' ' - A mff Kappa Alpha ETA CHAPTER Founded at Wfashington and Lee University, 1865 Colors: Crimson and Old Gold Flowers: Magnolia and Rose Publication: Kappa Alpha foarnal Established at the University of Richmond, 1870 Representatives by jack Edmonds and Lew Flipper. Dick Young and Luan Anderson were invited into The Southern Colonels. In the scholastic held, Burt Bolton, Dick Pitts and Bob Alley have proven to be the backbone of the fraternity average. At homecoming our float took second place honors. Our social season was highlighted by the annual Alumni Ball held this year at the Commonwealth Club. We were privileged to have with us Howard Coche, Knight Commander of the Order. And of course, the Rose Ball held this year at the Mosque was a huge success. Eta was fortunate in pledging a number of fine men this year. The pledging ceremony along with the banquet was held at The Chesterfield Grill. To the new men we state the phrase repeated so often in Kappa Alpha Order, "Upward to Success." l58l'X-J The 1953 Web nosenr s. ALLEY R. E. BAYLOR, JR. JOHN w. EDMONDS, nn BYRON PETERSON CHARLES RICHARD PITTS RONALD S. PRICE HARRY SAYRE STONE MELTON A. WILLIAMS WALTER HAYDON ALPAUGH CLAUDE U. ANDERSON BURTON BOLTON RONNIE F. DOBSON WILLIAM R. DUNN COLEMAN D. FIGG L. T. FLIPPEN JOHN CHARLES HOULGRAVE ALEXANDER HUDGINS EDDIE JOHNSON HENRY GRADY MOORE ROBERT J. PARR LEWIS FRANKLIN PHILLIPS, JR. RANDOLPH WALKER DONALD RICHARD YOUNG an ,mm -S I,,,,. I E in UH -6' l 1 E, E Is' Sgidiwv If E ...., . W5 Si E E3 ,.m :"':':.2:g... if ,.-.., .-.QE-:4::5:5 - rs 1. mmf"'1i'T,.-if-E' ' M' " H E E E University of Richmond C1115 9 FRATERNITIES m.,,-A--99 RAYMOND L. KNICK President MRS. V. B. KNICK Sponsor STANDING AS the Second oldest fraternity of the campus, Phi Chapter closes another page in its long history and endeavors to increase its usefulness on the University campus. Led by President Ray Knick, the Phi Kaps had Frye, Lynch, Reel, Arey, Copeland, Pecuch, Sheri- dan, and Dawson working in Student Government activities. Taking part in varsity athletics were Alber, Sheri- dan, Reid, Poor, Pecuch, Arey, Knick, Thomas, Garcia, Ingram, Frye, Deter, Scarpo, Czirjak, Grau- rich, and Anastos. The year was highlighted by many social func- ! I A-1 V wr Q 5 1 SWP oo "IU I uve '- Q A' . A .14 ' Q ' aaa ' Phi Kappa Sigma PHICHAPTER l Founded at the University of Pennsylvania 1850 Colors: Old Gold and Black Flower: Chrysanthemum Publication: Phi Kappa Sigma: Newr Letter Established at the University of Richmond, 1873 tions. The banquet and dance, held in honor of the new pledges, and the Spring Formal at the john Marshall, led the parade of Phi Kap successes. In intramurals, the Phi Kaps go after their third straight basketball championship, but will be without the spirit of Sam Parker who will leave us after so many years of "good" humor. It seems as if cupid has moved into the "Skull House" with Brothers Thomas, Copeland, Denny, Dean, and Reel married and twelve Sweethearts of Phi Kappa Sigma wearing the Skull and Bones. With this progress,.Phi Chapter goes into its 80th anniversary looking forward to more successful years. i l6OYX-J The 1953 Web 7 FRATERNITIES JOHN W. ALBER WALTER M. ASBURY CURTIS B. COPELAND WILLIAM DAWSON, JR. WILLIAM CLAY DENNY JAMES M. FRYE JOHN JAY GREEVER, III ROBERT W. HUDGINS DAN P. INGRAM PAUL BERRY LOGAN if JOHN SAMUEL LYNCH SAM W. PARKER JESSE W. REEL ALBERT L. THOMAS GEORGE H. ANASTOS non E. AREY RICHARD N. BELL MN EW ww ,Q DUANE H. BROWN WALTER 1. BROWN, JR. ERIK CHRISTENSEN ' ALBERT CRIGLER ' WILLIAM A. CZIRJAK 'Q WALTER T. GARCIA WILLIAM A. GRAURICH WILLIAM A. JULIUS f , 35 2 '-- ' :': 'V "'J 'I 'f JoHN w. LEWIS ' . I GENE STANLEY MEEKINS ll: ,:,--: t I F A llz- ' . ,.,... ALBERT c. REcucH . W 5 W GEORGE POOR , , .... E -I RALPH R. SCARPO I "" E-:-:-:- - F I, mg ,.,., , .K , .-. ,.,. .,., .,. ,.,..5,..,, ... , . A W :.: 1 3:64 .Egg .. Q if E J. PAUL SHERIDAN GEORGE M. WILLIS gi .EER :iii ' E E H 'E mf w .1-H H H 7 :Ms-::,. L- R ,, lm - R - Efiiw , wh-R E ,. ....: E N E University of Richmond -..ff161 FRATERNITIES ROBERT C. PARSONS President MISS BABI HICKSON Sponsor X VIRGINIA DELTA CHAPTER of Phi Delta Theta Fra- ternity, under the able leadership of President Bob Parsons, has experienced another eventful and most successful year. Brother Parsons was aided by the following officers: Charles Finke, Reporter, Ray Oglesby, Warden, Bd Whitt, Secretaryg and Jim Brown, Treasurer. Although the chapter was small, there could have been no greater unity and friendship in any other group. As always the Phi Delts participated in the activi- ties of the campus. To mention a few, there are the honor council, student government, band, glee club, literary society, intramurals, and athletics. Also Bob Parsons was in charge f thte Christmas Party given f 3 1-3 Vv Q I ca S' ff I - - "I I . .' 2 I 0 . uv -' 0 1 ' ' A Wayne! Phi Delta Theta VIRGINIA DElT,A CHAPTER I Founded at University of Miami QOxford, ohioy, 1848 Colors: Blue and Argent Flower: White Carnation Publications: The Scroll, The Pazllfzdizmz Established at the University of Richmond, 1875 , by the Interfraternity Council for the underprivileged children of Richmond. The social events ranged from a bridge game in A-1 Jeter to the Spring Formal at the Country Club of Virginia. There were big and little parties, out- ings and picnics. Parties at the "hut" in Highland Springs and the American Legion Hall in Richmond were also held. There was the Kulac Klam Bake, and the Pig Alley Party. The biggest event of the year was the opening of the long-awaited "Phi Delt Bungalowf' The new lodge was well worth waiting for. The year was completed with a house party at the river where everyone enjoyed himself and forgot about school until fall. I62l'X-2 The 'I953 Web FRATERNITIES :H mm Hs mwggiggi : :Q . DAVID w. HARTZ 35 mc:-IARD MoseLEY S., .. 5 RAY T. oc-Lessv X? 22 WALTER DUNN TU CKER EDWARD OWEN WHITT RUSSELL E. BOOKER JAMES E. BROWN CHARLES L. FINKE, JR. RICHARD C. GLEACH GEORGE E. GRAMMER, JR. ROBERT R. JETER, .IR. LOUIS B. JONES ROBERT HAYNE LEAVELLE, JR. JAMES LINDSEY LOUIS McCLELLAN JAMES MORHOLT P. COLEMAN RICE PAUL D. STOTT WILLIAM E. TUGGLE RICHARD A. WOODFIN, JR. mn ms mn mm mf mL nm msn ss ms mn ms 'A -mn mn Q5 I? 'H E W ....... . E E gs Q ass- HE Sm gsm was may- ww, Emma mn Ex mn an vm I I I ms QI ss ss nw mn -ss maxi s ss u xx mn mn ss W ms nm xxx 'iw-ki sm-in nm B 5 L .... . ... , ' ss E :.:,-25 ' - J .. K E, . ' L S W E M W - A if ., Q . - :mg I , -mgm :XB XE Iggy? xrgmn AHB!! nl mn nm m nm ss I Z.x.f- ms 1 www m E ss ss I ss ww -I ss ss ss EE mi mn ms mn ss E En mm -E ss as E mn EEE fm mms www mam ss E mn mum 1 an 2 -Q .A mn 'ss -ss 1-nm ms fan mn mn nm me -was xx mx zu fr m s Q ss mm amz m-mn ss-saw mass ss xx mn mm ss mf nm mn fmxm s mamma nm mn gm u ms aww E mms E an K. nm I Z... - x svn sf mmm IH! W EI If 1. E mg M mai University of Richmond R-1063 H IJ H II E fx n I " I vs I I I FRATERNITIES I Sigma Alpha Epsilon A 2- A -M Naam as Wa H are KB 3-Y . an 1 na mf: B . B an ss WILLIAM W. SADLER President MISS JEAN BURGESS . Sponsor "Mid the ,Diner of Rirfamomi Hills-Virginia Tau faced a new and prosperous year. The opening function was held at the Hotel Byrd. Here a great time was had by everyone and it was wonderful having so many Brother Alumni back. Some of our leaders who helped us are Sadler, Scott, Reynolds, Sublett, Shotwell, Holden, Moss, Clark and others. Besides these we were found in many other college organizations.-W'ho!5 Who- Don Beaman, Basketball-Gahagan, O'Connell,- Tennis,-H. Savedge-Y.M.C.A.-Shotwell, Scott, Clark, Beaman, Coates, Holden, Peachee, Proffitt, R. Savedge, Sublett,-R.A.C.-Beaman, Proffitt, Clark, Shotwell,-Annual Staff-Coates, Shotwell, Shar- boro,--Paperstaff- bar oro,-President's Adv. VIRGINIA TAU CHAPTER s 'Waste Founded at the University of Alabama, 1856 Colors: Old Gold and Royal Purple E H I Flower: Violet ' I Publication: The Record Established at the University of Richmond, 1884 'xr rf n - an E an Council-Shotwell,-German Club-Holden, Wick- er-Glee Club-Sbarboro,-Board of Governors- Shotwell, Gahagan,-Psychology Club-Holden, Moss,-I.F.C.-Gahagan, Roark. Though we didn't take honors in the Homecoming Parade, we all had a terrific time helping to fix the float and it was good to see so many of the Brothers back among the "pines" We swelled our ranks with eleven new pledges the first semester. Several enjoyable rush parties were held in the lounge room of the SAB Building. The highlight of the year was the Founderis Day Ball held in March. One of our biggest projects for the year 1952-1953 was to raise money for our lodge which we hope to start building soon. V v a "' as S I I . 3.1 V , P if p o - errlx v 'Alf . .. 0 . H I E ' ,,,e,,, , . N I W A i i ' ' - S Wflvef I64J'X-2 The 1953 Web FRATIERNITIES DONALD B. BEAMAN RANDOLPH DURHAM JAMES STUART GAHAGAN BOB HOLDEN CHARLES MOSS RALPH EUGENE PEACHEE J. RICHARD SAVEDGE WILLIAM D. SAWYER BENNY G. SCOTT ROBERT S. SOMERS STEPHEN G. WHITE JAMES C. WICKER DON L. ANDERSON HAROLD KIM ANDERSON PATRICK H. BARHAM ROBERT ELLIOTT BROWN CARL V. CARTWRIGHT JAMES ESSEX CLARK FREDERICK ROSS COATES ANDREW J. DAFFRON HARVEY LLOYD FORD, JR. SIDNEY FOSTER JOHN C. GINTHER JAMES RICHARD HUNTER GUS JACKSON I. JACKSON MITCHELL HUGH L. O'CONNELL WALLACE PRITCHETT THOMAS PROFFITT WALLACE ROARK CHARLES B. RUDOLPH HAROLD SADLER HENRY S. SAVEDGE, JR. FRED L. SBARBARO, JR. ROBERT B. SCOTT MALCOLM G. SHOTWELL JIMMY F. SUBLETT xg. E .......,..,.. . . ,..,.. . ,M ., QI Q ui H . Ja? QI' 11 I H x if T .- NM ... ' . H Wg E " 'gifts E ' W fn., -I E -55 .... .- : H ::. :-: A :5:: img' E 5553 5 , - 2:2 S SEN 1 Universiw of Richmond R-11165 FRATERNITIES GEORGE R. ALDHIZER President MRS. G. RAYMOND ALDHIZER Sponsor "U7bea'e11e1' LZ brother CZJIPJ at Pbi Gamma Delia bam! you!!! jimi yozuifelf in Fijilmzrlf' This year the Rho Chi Fijis received a new home. Witlm Aldhizer, Fleming, Davis, Taylor, and Hall at the helm, great things were planned with the new facilities now available. The fall rush season, with its smokers and parties, was highlighted by the outing at Dr. Bushong's and the Fiji Island party at Brother Ossman's. With the unusual costumes and decorations our shipwreck party will be long remembered. Pledging 25 able new men greatly strengthened the ranks of the Fiji men. Under pledge master Pollard they went through the rigors of pledge l 3 a "' 9 - f1'l'll in 'lf - ' 3 une 4: J 'l'lfi'l g - 1 I 1 CPA I ma , e Phi Gamma Delta RHO CHI CHAPTER Founded at Wasliington and jefferson Col- lege, 1848 Colors: Royal Purple Flower: Purple Clematis Publication: The PM Gamma Delta Established at the University of Richmond, 1890 training which was culminated with their initiation in the spring. This year, as usual, the high spot was the Fiji week-end with the formal at the Ofhcer's Club of Virginia Friday night followed by the outing at Camp Richmond on Saturday. May 2 marked the annual Norris Pig Dinner to which many loyal Fiji alumni returned. At this time the new initiates pledged their fidelity to the illus- trious pig in the traditional kissing ceremony. june saw many Fijis and their dates relaxing from the strain of exams at the house party. This occasion proved to be a fitting climax to a glorious year. "A soul-joined chain unites our band and mem'ry links us hand in hand." lmayxdl The 1953 Web FRATERNITIES WILLIAM JOSEPH CARTER RONALD H. DAVIS WILLIAM D. FLEMING O. WARREN LONG ERNEST ASBURY LUMSDEN, JR. ROBERT C. MARKHAM JOHN E. NYE STUART W. OMOHUNDRO THOMAS N. POLLARD, JR. WILLIAM K. ROBERSON HUGH MCINTYRE SMITH SAMUEL B. TAYLOR, JR. AVERETT S. TOMBES CHARLES A. TULLOH .f., " . I "'N " - f .- SPENCER D. ALBRIGHT, III k , I - I , I ' "J V I 5 A 5' 'O I, TRUETT E. ALLEN l I I af I ,ii .A,, I 35 1" I T JOHN c. ALLRED,JR. q f... ...,, A '- fig. I i .S I in THOMAS F. ARMSTRONG ' ':':-: W. 1 QQ ' MARTIN E. DARNETTE ..- I -' , A ' . J. WILEY DRAGG ' 4 .. -.-... . I I IRBY II. BROWN I I .,. f " I I' ,.. l4- 1 ..,.. E I-. X Af . k H I . QI. ...-- I - .,. . . A- f A . - -., I . -.--'- -- ""Q'1 - ROBERT L. IsuRRus ,R ' , ' "'- - T I ff. 1 '. ,.-'L ' CARL w. CARNES '95 I -I f f I . .'. -' ERNEST L. cLEMENTs ,- I . I.. - ,E-' I 1ivfIn.I-I in J JAMES H- COFER J .. .. I V ' .I , . ,..:' ,E I A if I' JAMES P' FARMER .-- I . I QQ -I I I- ARNOLD FREDERICK III """" Z ' . , A I-1'I I I IIA'4 I JAMES L. GARDNER A .,. i al In I --' I :" Sf . ,.,,. , A - A ' S ' ?i?"T2 .""' . 3 I ' R . I' AA: TEEN I O I . , I ' I M' J. vAueHAN GARv,JR. .Til ,A I - ., .... I I ,,,,., ' I I I , RICHARD I-I, GASCOIGNE I .A Z . .J J -.-. I Q 6. ,2"'- 3 g 521- I-UCIEN TAIMAGE I'IAI-II JR- . ' I ROBERT v. HANNAH, JR. gg. 3 Q Q, A 131' JOI'IN V- IRVINE ,. .SA ' M iz. ' fl' - If ..-'f -E gigffa I WAIIER C- JACKSONIIII 'I "" I I I I IIII' '1II::A I ' - . A .,., A - ..... f"""R'R A-1-- ---:---:- . 1' I" . Ref.. ' 11- --AR '- R, -.,. I-If-' - ' I I , .ff J. LACY M- JACOBS' JR- - gh R V - ,....,- I 1. I..J-- 163332 if 1 Y . It .. CHARLES LEON JENNINGS , M 5. Q1 ,...: . R. In I, .. - .. , 1 , PHILIP R- JOHNSON f'R ' Q Ii .: 4 .-, I I' an I 3- GARY ALLEN KAIBAUGH I I . I J.VAN KELLY, JR. . Iisgf . iii., ,:.,1 I I ,.., THOMAS F.MABE 1 "I' In I I ' . .-:. '--:-. , "I 5 J' -. J FRED c. MALLORY " L , ik " RI STI 'Q I I'.e -I , II A I - ,, , . 'EA' , THoMAs HICKS MARKLEY ' ., ff A,, L"V' I TIT-I . 'IAQ N ., J . . I I KENNETH FRANCIS MATTHEWS .gr , I .,. AQ I if I" CHARLES A.MINK f, ""' , ,. - '5' 'D T' 4 LLOYD v. MORRIS ,139 sy - . I .Q JAMES E. MURPHY , asf . R IJ.. if R, WILLIAM IIII. NICHOIIS ' .. ' . I-'I" I'1I I JOSEPH II- NORMAN I ., -I--... . If "' 'I ' I ' I1g .41 in x 1 Z IQIM .5 III- H If' l ' . ' f. nh . I ROBERT S. Is. OSSMAN ' f - 1- . c. BALLARD PIERCE ,TI 5 , T .:,,: ' , A 5 My DOUGLAS c. PowELL . J A DAVID E. PRDPERT Qi -ff. 1Ig ggi,. 'IA2I :,, 3 Lg... R ,gg J'. f ,ff Ji, I A EMMETT YOUNG ROBERTSON, JR. f 'EI"A 35 .,. .I 5 I GUY MILLER SCOTT A X., SEE ,,,. , A I I" I .E ROBERT E. SHORT Y!,YA,.i. 3 - fp. 7 L 3? , uuu Q. S335 I I I' If ' b F A "L Iixai-:rf .-I S I-II 5.215 ' Z .,. ' II -,. K ..,. .., . . . t 1 , .-.-- -I fvgzzi sy .-,..,. .. .,,., , , ,F T JOHN E. swANsoN ,p 5 I. A 4, ...Spf 7 3 W- MARSHAIITUCK H. . ,gf .I'. . 1 - .. ,." I '4..,,f " WIIIIAM H- TULLOH - " , .... EDWARD D- WII-IINGIIAM . ' I'I . "J' I'III-:... A IIII. . I.,. Z '.'I' . Iwi? I "" 'II'I ' ' "" .. V . ,,.., 3 RAB is w-M um v--mm ,I ,.., J. I U niversity of Richmond OINII67 FRATERNITIES m as Pi Kappa Alpha UMICRUN CHAPTER Founded at the University of Virginia, 1868 Colors: Garnet and Gold Flower: Lily of the Valley Publications: Shield and Difimomi, Dagger and Key WARREQ' HTANNAGAN Established at the University of Richmond, resident 1891 MISS BARBARA MOORE Sponsor THE MEN of PiKA's Omicron Chapter here on the Spider campus have completed a highly successful '52-55 School year. Warren Flannagan, who re- turned to the campus last year after a serious illness, and Syd Phillips led the brothers during the year. The PiKA's enjoyed an eventful social year, with numerous parties. The Founders Day Banquet and Dance highlighted Omicron's social calendar. Pledges and actives alike joined this year in brother- hood and fellowship, as PiKAs gone before have always done. Omicron Chapter had men in all phases of campus activities--student government, publications, varsity athletics, and other organizations. The PiKAs as a group participated in all intramural athletics. Omi- cron also maintained during the year a high scholastic average. Witla many seniors in Pi KAPPA ALPHA grad- uating this june, the brothers returning to the cam- pus next year have the challenge to continue to live up to the respect that PiKA has had on UR campus since its establishment here. 3.1 V v ali S 0 l 1 2 -if I - :Wil vo ' o . . 0 x . l a in -' 0 Q 'Zi O', 0' I in l -- , ,K 'Ma l' I 1 , ll ' ' , 5 ' Wflvff 16852 The 1953 Web IFIQATERNITIES WILLIAM ROBERT BEASLEY ROGER W. CAULKINS BERT EDWIN HALL HENRY M. HARRIS EDGAR W. JORDAN LINWOOD CALVIN MATTHEWS, JR. JAMES SYDNOR PHILLIPS JOHN BURWELL PHILLIPS CHARLES F. wlLrsl-une FRED ABRAHAM NAZEM ABRAHAM' CONRAD BAREFORD EERE JAMES ROY BRIER LOREN BUCHANAN, JR. CARTER COATES JOHN WILLIAM GUY H1 - - - - r f EDWIN HAKE JAMES HATCHELL CLARENCE Ksvms KENNETH MACE - - W a m WARREN McNEAL C BENJAMIN E. NORFLEET LESLIE SPRIGGS ur--- -AY A -- i---Y----,T - 7, -Y , , , , A A--W , Jw Y YV Yin Universiiy of Richmrmrnd ,JQ16 9 FRATERNITIES CHARLES WEBBER President ' MISS LON MOSS Sponsor BETA BETA CHAPTER of Kappa Sigma feels as in the past that this past year we have completed one of the most successful years in fraternity life. It has and always will be traditional in the history of Kappa Sigma ever since its founding, that we will always strive to have as our nucleus, members whose interests affect all phases of college life. Charlie Webber has served as our President this past year and many projects were undertaken and accomplished. As a matter of fact our House was painted inside, then our hardwood Hoors were re- finished so that all who have visited us at some of our social functions could finds no signs of lack- adaisical housekeeping I T ani 3 0 ff f 1 7? M Q . ggfpll oo 'lp ' o . . 0 X 0 . Nl ' 9 I X A x I I ' , 5 ' Wwvef Y 7 T7O?X-2 Kappa Sigma BETA BETA CHAPTER Founded at the University of Virginia, 1869 T Colors: Scarlet, Green and White ' Flower: Lily of the Valley 1 iPublications: The Cfzduceur, The Star ami Crercent Established at the University of Richmond, P 1898 Possibly our biggest success this year was the winning of the Intramural football Championship. Among the other highlights were the very successful socials such as: the South Sea Island Party and the Buffet Luncheon we held for Homecoming of the old grads. Our Founders Day Banquet and our Spring Formal were huge successes. The other Chapter offices were held by jack Bishop, our Vice-Presidentg Dick .Tones as our Mas- ter of Ceremoniesg Joe Krivitski as Secretary and Joe Philpott as Treasurer. Thus another milestone was passed and another page added to the annals of Beta Beta Chapter in the honor and glory of Kappa Sigma Fraternity and our University. The 1953 Web FRATERNITIES C. JOHN ALSOP ' CHARLES L. BAIRD, JR. JOHN M. BISHOP RUSSELL L. CHEATHAM DONALD B. CODDINGTON FRANCIS D. GRAGNANI E. H. JONES JOSEPH T. KRIVITSKI CHRISTIAN P. NAPOLI JOE CURTIS PHILPOTT HERMAN MoNrAcuE RICHARD- soN, JR. CARL D. BRICKER JOSEPH F. COX, JR. JOHN F. GAVLICK J. GROGAN JOE HARMON RICHARD HARPER EDGAR A. LIND ROBERT PACIOCCO ALFRED GEORGE SAGE NEILS S. THOMASON ROBERT M. TUNSTALL ED. VRANIAN ROBERT LOUIS WALKER JAMES WALLACE WHITTEN Universiiy QI? Lf?Li4:IParnmud ,JUN FRATERNITIES JOHN B. WOOLDRI DGE President MISS JANET HOFFMARK Sponsor IN NOVEMBER 1952, Virginia Alpha of Sigma Phi Epsilon looked with pride on fifty-one years of faithful and devout fraternalism. One hundred and seventeen chapters strong, Sigma Phi Epsilon has become known as a fraternity of 'high ideals and outstanding accomplishments. We here at Richmond College are especially proud of our attainments dur- ing the past year. Campus leaders we have aplenty. Represented in all phases of college activities, many members hold principal ondces. Forensics, publications,band and glee clubs, student government, honor council, interfrater- nity council, and so on down the list. Sig Eps are prominent in all. Most noteworthy is the fact that during fall honorary tapping ceremonies, four out of seven candidates chos n ere members of Sigma Phi Epsilon social fr ern y. Further esteem was V WJ 0 " H15 'wat . l,, 2 if I . 'yfll lo ' o ' U x it 1 4 i ' ' - A 973551 I72J'X-I Sigma Phi Epsilon VIRGINIA ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at the University of Richmond, 1901 Colors: Royal Purple and Red Flower: American Beauty Rose Publication: The Sigma Phi Eprilon jozzrmzl awarded the chapter when Brother Dick Howard was chosen as the outstanding college junior in Virginia. With the new year appropriately enough, came the new lodge. This made real what had formerly been hope. The old room in Thomas Hall was bid a fond adieu as bag and baggage was moved across campus to "Fraternity Rowf' Meeting all expecta- tions, the lodge quickly captured the Sig Ep heart. Here at last was a real home. Another "House with the Red Door" was added to Sigma Phi Epsilon's national roster. The social calendar was well integrated with events of increasing size. Parties were held at the home of Brothers Ward Harkrader and Dick How- ard, at Byrd Park, in the Student Center, and of course in the new lodge. Rounding out the new year was the spectacle of the Spring-the Golden Heart Ball. The 'I953 Web FRATERNITIES JOHN W. ADAMS JOHN EDWARD BEASLEY R. G. BROWN W. DOUGLAS CLARK EUGENE W. HARKER F. WARD HARKRADER ROBERT K. NEALE NICHOLAS ANDRE NIELSEN CLYDE DUKE NUCHOLS WILLIAM H. PERKINS LARRY PINNEO DONALD B. WILLIAMS REX ADAMS, JR. ROBERT H. ARMSTRONG ROBERT L. BARKER 1 ---- 1 2,5 :::: . ELLSWORTH P. BASSETT gggzgf-ig. 1 FRANCIS E. msuor, JR. if LAWRENCE E. BOND A JOHN LOUIS Boom :,,,i5 ANTHONY L. sunssss is FLP .. JABE F. COOPER, E 3 ...ZEN L E Egg 1:2 . LARRY K. CRUM DWIGHT W. CUMBEE HECTOR DAVIS, III WILLIAM D. DEEP DONALD E. DeHAVEN ROBERT LEE GARIAN GERALD M. GARMON CHARLES M. GRAHAM, JR. RICHARD H. GUENTHER KEN L. HODDER VERNON THOMAS HOGGARD ARTHUR D. HOWARD J. CLIFTON HUGHES J. R. B. HUTCHINSON CHARLES S. HYNES RAY Y. JONES CHESTER T. KAUFFMAN RICHARD M. KEITH WILBUR L. KERSEY EDWARD R. KETCHIE LESTER L. LAMB WILLIAM RUSH LOVING, JR. WILLIAM R. LUCAS RICHARD A. McKABA FRANK H. MATER JOHN DONALD MILLER RICHARD DUDLEY MOORE CHARLES B. MORTON WILLIAM F. PEACH WILLIAM J. PETERS, III JOSEPH W. PORTER MADISON R. PRICE GEORGE E. PRITCHARD EDGAR PAUL ROBERSON, JR. JAMES E. ROLAND -sa is E 12 ' " -I"' -. fm-sv H 5 - S E .Eze-.' '... E.: Ez... : L X E 4 ,. . . .,.. .- . . ...... , , . 'K . L 1 .L . I A :.:G-: f 1. ., .. s :" ' T' ww... A FELIX E. SHEPARD 1 3 GIRARD v. THOMPSON, JR. If -1-:-2 E - -A 1. NORMAN E- TOWLER J E ... ,......,. ,im .5 I-IQ? Wim JAMES H- WHEATLEY E. EEE... JAMES MILTON WILSON, lu 5 ,.,,: f 3 .,..: iam .1 M ' Rosen E. WINCKLER gg I if " " ' M. H ":" 1 - I ! I - University of Richmond ,ff 1 7 3 FRATERNITIES . hi I , E. 5 . n 33 mg w. ti 5. E. -1 n ,A E :zz ROBERT E. BATEMAN President MISS BETTY AARON 'E Sponsor B .E. if' Theta Chi UMIIIRUN CHAPTER Founded at Norwich University, 1856 Colors: Red and White S Flower: Carnation Hg? Publication: The Rattle ,S Established at the University of Richmond, H 1915 ti an-ss Eagan min '9'm?E-Emwswg W ze WITH THE CRY "it,s jubilee Time" still ringing in our ears, Omicron chapter of Theta Chi rounded out one of its most successful years. Yes, without a doubt the annual Mason-Dixon Jubilee hosted by Omicron chapter this year, and at- tended by Theta Chi members from eight colleges, was the highlight of our social season. However, overshadowed by this larger event, the Bowery Ball lost none of its usual sparkle and contributed greatly to our entertainment. Supporting the varsity football and basketball teams with even greater fervor many of us followed l l V v 1 XJ. .' . I 0 i MS-g s X ,J A ' 7 a Ebel , tigiwti? the football team to its "away" games and have nothing but praise for the remarkable basketball team the school Hoored this year. Our own intra- mural football team was much improved this year, although it was not one of championship caliber. At this writing the volleyball team is in strong con- tention for its league championship. Maintaining our usual good-will spirit, the annual Christmas party for underprivileged children was even more successful than usual with Dean Pinch- beck playing Santa Claus for the fraternity for his seventh consecutive year. 17452 The 1953 Web FRATERNITIES WILLIAM E. BROWNE HAYNIE WILLIAM CRAFTON, JR. .IOHN H. GEISER ' BILLY C. HILL WILLIAM KENNETH HOWELL WILLIAM E. McKlSSlCK RONALD G. MANN JERRY CLAUDE WITHERINGTON WILLARD THOMAS ALLEN FRED DALLOPE A . M .. ,E :-a fy 'H ga E -. T' -5 mn I-I mn. :YL E .-.. E - E E E ':5 ' E E .L if .:. ' Q 1 -E E. -E M. ':., Q If.. ,A .8 -E ?-In-E E 4 E-5-n -'V E45 'QEIEQ' E.: ' ,. -31395 Q I I ,. , ff .,,:.. I EB . -A -. ..,. ,..,., I E Z WILLIAM A. EATON I ASHTON GWALTNEY ELLIOTT . I, ,if " i f .IEEE F 1 2 KENNETH DALE GUY 3311 I I-I ' I I . .. 75, Z .,. ,.., E :,,. -I :-,. 5 . . E E s ' - LEv HENDERSON A-I ,. QW A ' 'n'. :-: - H- - E 5 g2T:,:'a32:- .::: 2:51 Img ' ' - if ' EJ J ,Ei I Z ' 'E A-EEE ROBERT JENNINGS HOLLAND ' -- X 3 'X' 1 in EQ E E EUGENE JEFFERSON -Q ' LQ-'Ig CHARLES H. JOHNSON, III I I w. LITTLEPAGE SAMUEL w. MEEWEN 3194 adm 'Q Louis JOSEPH MATT . ALTON E. owEN STANLEY PADALSKI E TI-IoMAs H. PENTECOST WILLIAM PHILLIPS . . E1 xv WILLIAM S. RATCHFORD EE RICHARD LEE RELYEA FREDERICK JOSEPH SODOMKA DONALD E. SEIM E GEORGE F. TIDEY E BENJAMIN F. WINGFIELD R. L. WHITMORE GERALD YAGEL E-,Ewan MH EE M 15? E . E E ...T E EEE EE EEE E mn., EU. aw: mm 'GY University of Richmond -.2117 5 FRATERNITIES ALBERT W. COATES President MISS BETTY O'BANNON Sponsor ALPHA CHI CHAPTER returned this year to do an even better job than last. Our biggest triumph last year was placing third in "Greek Week," and missing second place by only two points. We did, however, take first place in the ODK Carnival with a minstrel, and second in the track meet. The social season was sparked by the costumed Halloween Ball. A number of parties culminated in the annual Founders Day All State Ball in March. This is a function attended by all chapters of Lambda Chi Alpha in Virginia. Lambda Chis won recognition in football, when Ed Elliott and Bill Thacker were selected to the AP's All-Big Six Teams. Bobby Tyler was recognized lambda Chi Alpha ALPHA CHI CHAPTER l Founded at Boston University, 1909 Colors: Purple, Green and Gold Flower: White Rose Publication: Croix and Crescent Established at the University of Richmond, 1918 ' throughout the season as one of the outstanding Quarterbacks in the state. Bob Berry and Charlie Fuller were also prominent players. Our officers this year were Al Coates, President, Sonny Haydon, Vice-President, Tom Downing, Sec- retary, Gene Thomas, Treasurer, Tom Beane, Social Chairmang Ed Elliott, Pledge Trainer, and Bob Pliug, Rush Chairman. ' In Political Affairs, Bob Berry and Dick Anthony were elected President of the junior Class and Sena- tor respectively, in the Business School. In the Richmond College YMCA, Al Coates and Tom Downing held the oihces of Publicity Chairman and Treasurer respectively. I l ' - Hi -' . ' g A . mx ' V '- 1 .4 A A 4 1' ,. L A F A Wawvef l76l'X-1 The 1953 Web FRATERNITIES W. J. ABRONSKI I COAN G. AGEE T THOMAS O. BEANE ' JAMES RUSSELL COMER CECIL LAWRENCE DODSON V. U. FALLS EVERETT P. HAYDON WILLIAM E. BABER LANE FELTON BEAMER WALTER E. DOUGLAS THOMAS W. DOWNING EDWARD L. ELLIOTT, III V. ALLEN GAINES LEWIS C. GARRETT EDWARD HARROW FRAZIER HOOVER JAMES N. LAMPROS ALBERT COLTON LIMBRICK EUGENE B. LUCK, JR. ROBERT E. PFLUG W. EUGENE THOMAS WALTER DAVID URQUHART University of Richmond ,s-,117 7 v I I FRATERNITIES FRED S. BISGER ml President 3 MRS. MOLLIE BISGER Sponsor RHO CHAPTER of Phi Alpha, with an eye to the future, devoted much of their time and efforts this year to the realization of a fraternity lodge for next year. Revitalized spirit to fraternal life was the key to a highly successful year. The Red and Blue of Phi Alpha upheld its social tradition with numerous and varied social functions. Highlights of the year were pledge, interfraternity, and private parties. The Rho-Tau Dance this year was held in the john Marshall Hotel and proved to be one of the outstanding social events. l f ...S V wr P' if Q u .0 . .3 g X I0 K hifi - h I, 4 t ll 1 ' , 5 F Wff Phi Alpha RHO CHAPTER Founded at George Wasliington University, 1914 Colors: Red and Blue Flower: American Beauty Publications: Phi Alpha Bzzlleiifz, Phi Alpha E ' QZlfl1"fE7"ly Wfinning the interfraternity scholarship cup for the fourth time in the past five years, Phi Alpha again demonstrated that it was tops among the Greeks scholastically. Phi Alphans, during the year, held many positions of distinction on the campus. Included among these were: President of the Interfraternity council, Stu- dent Government ofhcers, member of the Business School Honor Council, Officers of campus organiza- tions, positions on Student Publications and officers in the Hillel Foundation. l78l'N-2 The 1953 Web FRATERNITIES v .m. fs EDWARD BLECHMAN GERALD BORNE MARVIN DOLLIN um mms mn GERALD A. EZEKIEL, JR. HENRY LEIB ALEXANDER CASTALDI ,, . - . xx V, ss 1 Q .Z , -m x SIDNEY FRIEDENBERG JOSEPH A. HARNETTE JOSEPH S. PRUSSACK ms ff. ms 1 - as mn mmm an my ms ss ms ms mm mn msn ss-xx B : in EE' nw.: -E! xv ,u Q if T, Us-Gllfi-emi 25? 2 H35 1 is im- is - is -H ms -UQ: H'-vm xmmwM:xggmg,:. i g www is V Mm 2 . 4i.m1f-Qf532iifij9Q1,3s-gnkwifffg -ssmwss is mm-is m-f-M,1Lg.-3m!ggi1g3aQm - -mms ms is mmm sw sw ii-gxfnggx-fwxwag-ggw-mi ms gm mn mama fm ggfmgss HM- mgmgkgl -Q ss mama - gains-, an smxqsssglxg :Z K - REQ BSS in W1 WMM Mmm . H ww M mwggmg w E pmgmxmx mamfegi ,X H M MEMS mg an im K -mgqbgnw-mags-gfgxg W H H- W-eww wwwia-sas Q-is im is ww is gimfn-wgmmmnxwdmqga R H H H -1 F 5511212 2 was is H . W . 5,4 ig3,Q.Q5x2ug1 EXE-. :::- K- . ,E H Hg :Q gfgiggmggmww giw - E ?,w:G.g-mwanmgx W ji? NATHAN ABRAM SAFIAN S fiffmmwwmgwsw ,X my -EMS HENRYSILVER H fi 2 Ewan uma m-nmgz-jg LEE mam aww mggtg 1355588 M mg EMS, E awww w4H'wifwi21ig -T BEER E88gJS3Q,435'PEEh ,Mg A .,.,.. , 2 H - H H 2 02 as W 2-53 ' hggiii E4W..Q 4 . Eg?Z5,im M 25 ggg,Qfus-gig?-1-wgfww ' -mag Ming? ww-5 'W-fm E 'S 7 ' W,m?w? Q mmm! QWH M 'Q 5-Qgmm Naam fziw-WH!-fmwwsyag Enema mm fmmsmm H ,ENN Ma mlgmig n www-wa nmxumsfmig gs -gum mm mm iw 5 gmm Us Q ,. M ggmnm University of Richmond 'N-ffl 79 FRATERNITIES CECIL MARSH President MISS BETTY MONTGOMERY Sponsor ALPHA DELTA has enjoyed one of its most success- ful years in history. Efforts were furthered to pro- mote Christian fellowship and a well-rounded social life for our members. The activities of the year included various types of programs and events. One or more social events were held each month, the first being a reception giv- en in the S.A.B. lounge for new ministerial students. This event proved to be successful as during the year some twenty new members came into our fellowship. Other socials were held in the local churches, the brothers' homes, and in the A.D. room. The annual banquet was held in April, this being the social high- light of the year. The spiritual life was uplifted as Alpha Delta local ministers This ear also saw the fraternity V' wwf ai -N held group discussions I ed la faculty members and ...ir , I . gy-pil oo ' o ' ' U x 0 ,I in ' 0 'ZF a 'I K l8Ol'kf Alpha Delta ALPHA DELTA Founded at the University of Richmond, 1925 Colors: White and Copper Flower: White Rose presenting religious programs in local Bible Clubs and churches. This newly added service greatly en- riched the spirit of our fraternity. The Alpha Delta room in Jeter Hall has been revitalized by the addition of new furniture, pictures and a long hoped for television set. A library was started and each member placed books in it that the brothers might be aided in their ministerial training. This year our sponsor is Miss Betty Montgomery, an outstanding student at Wfesthampton College. Betty was not chosen as sponsor because she wears an Alpha Delta pin, but because she exemplifies all the Christian ideals Alpha Delta strives to stand for. The officers this year were: Richard Stevens, Presi- dent, Hammett Rinerg Vice-Presidentg Bill Dillard, Secretary, Philip Cumbia, Treasurerg Tom jackson, Chaplaing and Cecil Marsh, Pledge Marshal. The 1953 Web FRATERNITIES PHILIP L. CUMBIA WILLIAM OWEN DILLARD, JR. TOM JACKSON GARVIN C. MARTIN JESSE H. PARKER LEROY P. RICHARDSON, JR. HAMMETT N. RINER, JR. RICHARD L. STEVENS HENRY EUGENE ARRINGTON ROBERT L. CARLTON HARLAND RAY GETTS ROBERT E. HARRIS, JR. DURWOOD W. HILL VERNON V. JENNINGS WILLIAM R. JESSUP GARDNER C. KOCH DONALD E. LYTAL JAMES D. NEWMAN TIMOTHY POHMER FRED R. SKAGGS ROY C. WOOD i ii ? fir TN, f 'WH gg. . I ,.,... . ff W' A If! I 5' wwf' L '1 13 -5 I R 'fx . H gi . sim. ,V K nz.: A mn-iq K., 3524, i za Q .,... 1- 1 S 5 Kg! ,M . A21 ff C University of Richmond -,111 81 ' S ffmgufilli fm" T' iw 5 I FRATERNITIES l l ,V , Rov coHN ' President MRS. BA. M. SASLAW Sponsor IN THE SPRING of 1952, the Faculty Committee on admissions saw fit to admit the twelfth fraternity to the campus of the University of Richmond. Although admitted as a local, Upsilon Rho has the highest intentions of associating itself with a national or- ganization, and thus becoming Upsilon Rho Chapter of this national. i Starting with a small nucleus of boys revolving around President, Roy Cohn, the group took great strides forward in becoming an active part of campus social fraternity life. They started the season with a stag get-together of all the brothers, returning from their various homes and vacation spots, with renewed enthusiasm, several house parties followed. The first was a party given before the Washington and Lee football game Th s was followed by a gala V v ai 9 1 J "-A V Wave! house party given in t cl basement of Treasurer, ...mr I KJ I . -grll no . 0 .G ' O x to P mx ' 0 ,B 9 tel UpsHon Rhu UPSILUN RHO Founded at the University of Richmond, 1952 Colors: Blue and Gold Flower: Tea Rose Dee Saslaw's home. A few other house parties, one given by the November pledge class, were scattered throughout the year. In intramurals, Upsilon Rho failed to enter a foot- ball team due to the lack of a constant eleven, but in the other three sports the group was well repre- sented. Another great step in becoming a part of the cam- pus, was Upsilon Rho's unanimous acceptance into the Interfraternity council, giving the group equal representation in the governing body of Richmond College fraternities. . In the fall, Upsilon Rho, received nine pledges, all of whom seem to show good potential as future leaders. Witll this year behind them, the boys feel that they have come a long way toward their establishment. l82l'kf The 1953 Web FRATERNITIES HENRY SEYMOUR HOROWITZ MONDELL KING SASLAW MORTON BENDER ROBERT SIMON BERLIN BERNARD HUROWITZ N STANLEY ABBOTT LASTER --1 R ,I 1 lx M -. . :Z 'W f ,s ., fi 135' , MALCOLM LEVET MITCHELL ARNOLD LEVY 1 JOSEPH MERSEL iifmif 1-wa., :F f' fl : I I-,K sruAnr A. sAcHs A I g MURRAY slzcel. ' A TJ 'W T Monron B. wsmsrsm ga I IIIY A ' I ' ., ' mfg: University of Richmond ,N-,418 3 FRATERNITIES 'Z11'-' iv- Sn-was 1345, The 1953 Web Qeeen eeee Feweee eeeie geee e Tegeeeee ,FW 2.57 ,gi g B HQME I ..,.,,, K sid ...,. Q I we - z-ww , . 'ig me :':- - -N W A B Wg x JS 'N .' 5 A 'U We A F f ik lj U K J ,R , 1 , . Q- ti 2 J-Q "' . . spectators from all parts of the city and campus uniting behind the teams at the City Stadium, at Benedictine, and at St. Catherines .... the pride of Richmond the city in the teams that bear its name. . . Y- ' if ,, X ff it fsdsff Y gf fgyf X ,iff ,K ..+,,..,ii-f ATHLETICS 1 i -H Y f I f ' ' li " , . f 're .2 UNIVERSITY CHEERLEADERS. Left to right, first row: Jane Lanier, Sue Bentley, Betty Andrews, Cos Washburn, Ann Helms. Sec- ond row: John Lynch-Head Cheerleader, Ronnie Davis, Bobby Armstrong, Tom Markley, Billy Nichols, Sammy Taylor. 18861 University Cheerleaders . . . Thou gh the foe may sometimes threaten, Fierce the conflicts he, ' Courage and fighting spirit Will turn defeafs tide to victory. Ring it out-our battle cry- Rin g it out against the slay "To victory, to victory, to VICTORY" . . . The 'I953 Web A'l'HLETlCS MONOGRAM CLUB. Left to right, first row: Al Pecuch-President, Tom Leggett, Don Arey, Corky Johns, Paul Sheridan, Ned Baylor. Second row: Bob Berry, Bobby Tyler, Al Thomas, Jim Brier, Jim Frye. Third row: Joe Porter, Ray Knick, Jim Gahagcin, Bob Sgro, Carl Carnes. Fourth row: Coach Hardy, John Gavlick, Walt Garcia, Eric Christensen, Dick Jones, Bob Ossman. llarsity llt ii gra tliit TH13 VARSITY MONOGRAM CLUB of the University of Richmond is composed of letter winners in all varsity sports. The Varsity Club has as its major purpose the stim- ulation of student interest and participation in ath- letics. The members themselves strive to attain a spirit of cooperation and to give service to the Uni- versity rather than to receive any individual recog- nition for athletic achievement. The Homecoming Dance after the V.P.I. game and the Greek Week Dance were sponsored by the Varsity Club. Both were very successful. Although the Varsity Club has been back on our campus for only two years, it is continually growing, both in activities and prestige, and promises soon to be one of the most prominent organizations on campus. U niversity of Richmond x1'fl89 ATHLETICS SQUAD. First row: Bob Berry, Ray Knick, Dan Ingram, Jim Frye, Bud Thomas, Al Pecuch, Bill Howell, Bob Tyler, Johns, Jim Brier. Second row: Ed Elliott, Don Arey, Bill Graurich, Al Kapushy, Wayne Liebich, Walt Garcia, Charles Norman Hood, Carl Bricker, Wayne Browning. Third row: Maurice Thacker, Milton Flood, John Gavlick, Bill Thacker Sgro, John Deter, Melvin Scott, Neal Anderson, Charles Martin, Fred Dallape, Tom Puchalsky. Fourth row: Joe Roman Evans, Ed Santoro, Lewis Wacker, Milton Ashworth, Ed Tacka ch, Jim Burns, John Lute, Ralph Scarpo, Red Keville, Bill The Red and Blue ED MERRICK-HEAD COACH S N 'S AL PECUCH-CAPTAIN Richmond ......... ............ Randolph-Macon .. Richmond ......... Boston College . . . Richmond ....... V.M.I. ......... . Richmond ............ Washington and Lee . . . Richmond . . , ........ . Miami ..... ...... Richmond .......... Williain and Mary . . . Richmond .......... V.P.I. ......... . Richmond ..... Davidson . . . Richmond .... Virginia ......... Richmond ............. George Wasliington . . . l9Oi'X-2 The 1953 Web l3xTl-llILE'il'lCS if Eg' D J jak. Fifth row: Tom Theodose, Joe Chase, Bob Urquhart, Okey Landers, Andy Holup, Stan Podalski, Paul Sheridan, Leon Tucker, Leo Androconis, Chris Napoli. Sixth row: Phil Curley, Bill Witty, Gale Connor, James Hyler, Bill Pellagrino, Bill Rey- nolds, John Brown, George Anastos, Wade Price, Jim Carnes. Seventh row: Coach Boyd Williams, Coach Ed Merrick, Coach Les Hooker, Coach Ralph Floyd. Eighth row: Esau Brooks, Trainer, Tom Leggett, Manager, Dr. Cullen Pitt, Malcolm Pitt, W. F. Caylor, L. D. McNeal, Trainer, Emmett Poindexter, Asst. Manager. .Q ,T-,5.,1l gs U .Mlltlll mlm Elf? BS ASST. COACHES RALPH FLOYD, LESTER HOOKER, JR., JOHN GAVLICK-ALL-STATE BOYD WILLIAMS ED ELLIOTT-ALL-STATE University of Richmond .,1sU9'l ATHLETICS Left: Quarterback Bobby Tyler gains 7 yards against William and Mary for a first clown. Middle: Corky Johns gains against G.W. before being brought down in the first quarter. Right: Tyler again picks up yardage against William and Mary., R1cHMoND's FOOTBALL TEAM started the season with a victory over Randolph-Macon, but failed to taste the sweetness of victory again. Although playing a sterling game against Boston College the Spiders went down in defeat by the score of 14-7. The Red and Blue outplayed their North- ern foe in the last three quarters of the game. How- ever they didn't seem to have that scoring punch CAVALIER'S Pate is finally brought clown by Safety man Ed Elliott. when the opportunity arose. The following week found the Spiders journeying to Lexington where they were promptly set down by the Keydets of V.M.I. Bob Hallinan was the bright spot in the Richmond lineup. He continually kept V.M.I. at bay with his furious line play. Spiders Return To City The Spiders returned to Richmond and the City Stadium on October llth, to face the Generals of Washington and Lee. Although they played one of their best games, again defeat was placed upon their shoulders, 21-20. Bobby Tyler's fine quarter- backing was the main source for Richmond's power- ful offensive game against W.8r.L. In one of the outstanding efforts of his college career, he scored two touchdowns, passed for a third, and also com- pleted six passes for a total of 140 yards. Bobby's efforts were greatly helped by the line play of Walt Garcia. He continually stopped the W.8cL. offense from moving around his end. Red and Blue Fall at Miami The Florida sunshine could not help the ailing Spiders who were trounced by the Hurricanes of Miami 41-6. Tlae Spiders scored their touchdown on a series of passes to end jim Brier, a screen pass to l92l'X-2 The 1953 Web .MTE-ll.lET!CS .1-. ,, Corky Johns, and a running play by johns. The score was 6-6 at the end of the hrst quarter, but the Spiders failed to move after that time. Richmond gave William and Mary the opposition for the ln- dians, Homecoming festivities. The Spiders showed a lot of spirit and fight, but were unable to cope with the larger Indians. Bobby Tyler's strong right arm gave Richmond its offensive spark as he passed for 157 yards. ll iiriaii iiiiiigg ll Sail llay The V.P.I. Gobblers came to the City Stadium for the University of Richmond's Homecoming festivi- ties, and it was a sad day for the old Grads as the boys from Blacksburg soundly beat the Red and Blue 20-2. John Gavlick and Norman Hood did give Richmond some bright spots. Gavlick with his vi- cious play from the linebacker spot and Hood with his booming punts kept the Spiders out of more trouble. After dropping to the Davidson Wildcats 39-18, the Spiders traveled to Charlottesville to meet the pow- erful Cavaliers of Coach Art Guepe. The swift moving Cavaliers bowled over the Red and Blue by a score of 49-0. Leo Andraconis stood out defen- sively and Tom Theodose offensively for the Spiders. Returning to Richmond for their final game of the season the Merrick-men ran headlong into an im- proved George Wfashington team and were defeated. RANDY Broyles is brought clown by Spider John Lute os Tyler l2ll closes in. Ttliiraa tiiiialars Malia Llriiiar iaam The Richmond Defensive unit was spearheaded by John Gavlick and Ed Elliott, although both were injured for part of the season. Elliott with his ter- rific speed and maneuverability in running became a problem to many Richmond opponents and played a Corky Johns gains 6 yards before being stopped by The W. 8a L. defense. l Uriiversiiy of Richmond xx xx-xx B.. ATHLETICS VW6 Wxwf' WEN H xx xx Q5 Hfxi' EEE H K' M. '21 Mx .xxx-x. 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INGRAM BRICKER THOMAS THACKER - - - W 2 - University of Richmond ,IU 9 5 ATHLETICS Left: A Gobbler is brought down by Richmond players Garcia l75i, Puchalsky l47l, Santoro ll4l, and Gavlick l5ll. Right: Ed San- toro and Al Pecuch chase ball as Tech's Dean fumbles. great part in holding rivals' yardage through the air to a minimum. Ed also proved to be a top notch offensive back especially in the pass receiving depart- ment. Sophomore John Gavlick, though hampered by injuries this season, played a brilliant brand of defensive ball. Not only was he a bulwark behind the line, but his ability to sense the plays of the op- position made him invaluable to the Spiders. These two Spiders were among the twenty-two players chosen by the Associated Press to be the best players in the Big Six. Bill Thacker was also named to the second defensive tearn. Richmond's Don Arey smears Randolph-Macon's Ted Keller as other Spiders close in. l96l'X-1 The 1953 Web Basketball, 1953 H, LESTER HOOKER, JR. A NEW CUABH and A NEW NJU97 .LYFHLETICS V, YYY Y 1985, The 1953 Web ATHLETIICS KENNY DANIELS BOB WITT MIMUMURE WRESHMENW HUGH O'CONNELL DICK GASCOIGNE L Universiiy of Richrnomd -N.!Xf199 ATHLETICS Spiders Pest 20-7 Reeurd, Capture State, Big Six Titles and S. G. Tourney Birth T HIS YEAR's SPIDER FIVE under the able leadership of Coach H. Lester Hooker, jr. has indeed opened a new era for the University of Richmond in basketball. Although in past years the Red and Blue has had many promising seasons, none ever obtained the height of success as did this year's "mature fresh- men." Sparked by Warren Mills, Ecl Harrison, and Walt Lysaght, the Spidermen made their presence felt throughout the Southern Conference, and be- cause of their winning ways, gained for themselves a Southern Conference tourney spot and top team rating in the State Q15-lj and Big Six Q10-Oj races. Hooker's live started the season by trouncing Medical College and Hampden-Sydneyg however, victory was short lived as the Spiders gained some very costly experience by absorbing defeats at the hands of North Carolina and Furman. At this point Lysaght, who had been sidelined with an infected foot, and Kenny Daniels, an unheralded reserve, teamed up with Mills, Captain jim Gahagan, and Bd Harrison to form a combination that downed such outstanding teams as William and Mary, North Carolina, Vir- ginia, West Virginia, and Maryland. Only George Washington's Holup brothers, Maryland's Shue, and Wake Forest's Hamric managed to trip the Red and Blue team. Yellow Jacket close but Daniels gets the ball Gahagan tires away as Terps watch Q50 IM The 1953 Web ATHLETICS Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond G. W.'s Devlin sinks iwo against Spiders Lysogl-:Vs form owes G r l SEASON'S RECURIJ Medical College of Va. . Hampden-Sydney ..... North Carolina ....... Furman ....... . . . Clemson ........ . . . South Carolina ....... West Virginia ........ Marylaiud ............ George Washington . . . V.M.I. ............. . Washington Sc Lee .... Randolph-Macon ...... William 8: Mary ...... V.P.I. .....,.... . . . Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Witt battles Mountaineer for ball North Carolina ....... 82 Randolph-Macon ...... 68 Virginia ....... .... 8 5 Maryland ...... .... 4 6 Emory 8: Henry ....... 85 V.P.I. ......... .... 7 1 V.M.I, .............. 76 West Virginia ........ 89 Washington 8: Lee .... 79 i I 81 Virginia . . ........... Hampden-Sydney ...... 75 William Sc Mary ...... 70 Wake Forest ......... 85 University of Richmond -,ff 2 01 ATHLETICS All Sfafers bottle for bull Harrison squeezes by Medicos for two points Witt grabs boil from w CAGE STATISTICS Name Gamex Poizzls Ed Harrison .... A27 457 jim Gahagan . . . 24 361 Walt Lysaght .. 25 305 Warrelu Mills .. 27 254 Kenneth Daniels 26 249 Bob Witt ...... 22 176 Hugh O'C0nnell 25 165 Dick Gascoigne . 15 39 Avg. 17.0 15.0 12.2 9.4 9.6 8.0 6.6 2.6 Keydel Rebozzmis 135 213 535 148 264 169 167 55 TEAM POINTS ...... 2143 AVG ..... .. 79.4 OPP. POINTS . .. ... 1927 AVG. ...... 71.4 QOQyg-,. The T953 Web ATHLETICS Hooker Named Coach of the Year in Big Sixg Harrison, Lysaght, Mills Gain Honor Team For this stellar season many honors were received by this year's five. Coach Les Hooker was rightly named the Big Six Coach of the Year for his coaching efforts, While Warren Mills, Ed Harrison, and Walt Lysaght were voted to the mythical Big Six honor team for their sensational playing. Warren, called by many the "Ice Cube Kid," was the playmaker and scrapiest floor man in the state. Ed, a defensive spark- plug, also led the team in scoring with 457 points, Mills grabs u pass over a Cavalier's head which established a new one season scoring record for the Spider cagers. Walt was the team's outstand- ing rebounder and his ability to act under pressure Won for Richmond several games, Others that did not receive mention and who were very much re- sponsible for the team's showing were Captain jim Gahagan, Bob Witt, Kenneth Daniels, and Hugh O'Connell. With only Gahagan leaving this year We can look to an even brighter season in 1953-54. D I flies by io bucket two against U niversity of Richmond x!'f203 ATHLETICS v TRACK, 1952. Left to right, kneeling: Bob Hannah, Tom Kelso, Bob Ossman, Bob Parsons, Walter Nelms, Joe Spruill, Bill Jordan, Paul Sheridan. Standing: Ed Wayne, Manager, Joe Porter, Tom Beane, Frank Skinner, Orrin Morris, Ray Oglesby, Ned Baylor, ' Coach Fred Hardy. Track, 1952 SEASUN 'S RECURD Richmond .... 65 N. C. State ........ 66 Richmond .... 95 Washingtori 8: Lee . . 58 Richmond .... 48M Quantico .......... 82M Richmond .... 75112 William 8: Mary .... 45M Richmond .... sow Virginia ........... IOOW Richmond .... 29 V.M.I. . . .... 102 Richmond .... 34 V.P.I. . . . . . 97 ALTHOUGH THE sEAs0N's RECORD was not too im- pressive, Richmond had some of the state's outstand- ing trackmen. Walter Nelms and Tom Beane gained many points by their performances in the 100- and 220-yard dashes. Bill Jordan proved to be one of the states top milers. Starting the season with a one point loss to North Carolina State the team went on to defeat William and Mary, and Washiimgtoiu and Lee, and to capture fourth place in the annual Big Six Meet. 2O4l'X-1 The 1953 Web ATHLETICS TENNIS 1952 Left to right, kneeling: Carlton Thomas, Bob Armstrong, Bill Leffwich. Standing: Coach McNeal, Alec Lau, Fred Bis- ger, Lucien Hall, Mgr., Henry Soveclge, Jimmy Cofer, Addison Leemon. Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Tenni SEASON 2 4 0 0 5 ..O ..2 ..O ..3 S, 1952 'S RECURD Randolph-Macon Hampden-Sydney Virginia ....... William 8: Mary Hampden-Sydney Maryland ...... Randolph-Macon V.M.I. ....... . West Virginia . . Unlverslfy of Richmond '-fi 2 O 5 ATHLETICS 1 1952 SQUAD. First row: Team Bat Boy. Second row, left to right: Manager Tom Leggett, Pinky Dwyer Carl Bricker Ed Ketchle Russell Cheatham, "Shack" Moughamian, Captain Warren Long, Pinky Loehr, Bill Eudailey, Frank Gragnani Barry Saunders .lim Tardivo. Third row: Coach M. U. Pitt, Carl Carnes, Bob Reid, Tom Wood, Harold Chapman, Art Reid Wiley Bragg Joey Felton .lack Lautenslager, Coach Miller. Baseball, 1952 2 Richmond .... Yale .............. Richmond . . . O Randolph-Macon .... . . . Richmond . . . 8 University of Pennsylvania Richmond . . . 8 Lehigh ............. . . . Richmond . . . 8 V.P.I. . . . . . . . Richmond . . . 5 Maryland . . Richmond . . . 4 Virginia . . . . . . Richmond . . . 11 V.M.I. ........ . . . . Richmond . . . 8 Washington and Lee . . . I Richmond . . . 10 Hampden-Sydney . . . Richmond . . . 1 V.P.I. ........ . . . . Richmond . . . 3 Hampden-Sydney . . . Richmond . . . 2 Maryland ...... . . . Richmond . . . 5 Randolph-Macon . . Richmond . . . 5 'Virginia ....... . . . Richmond . . . 5 V.M.I. ........ . . . . Richmond . . . O Washington and Lee . . . Richmond . . . 0 N. C. State ...... . . . Richmond . . . 7 George Washington . . . 206l'X.,- The 1953 Web ATHLETICS Pitt Men Post I3-B Record T HE 1952 SPIDER BASEBALL TEAM, onf to a slow start by losing to Yale and Randolph-Macon, latched on to an eight game winning streak which helped carry the Pitt men to a victorious season of 13 'wins and 6 losses. Richmond's amazing last inning rallies in several games marked this season's nine as one of the state's better ball clubs, and their constant eHort copped for them the Northern Division title, and for their outstanding coach, Mac Pitt, the honor of being named coach of the year in the Big Six. Although weak in the hitting department, the Pitt men showed great potential at the plate and occa- sionally displayed a hitting attack that matched their superior brand of defensive ball. First baseman Shack Moughamian lecl the team on defense by accepting 113 chances without an error. Captain Warreri Long at second, Barry Saunders at shortstop, Russell Cheat- ham at third, and Carl Bricker behind the plate rounded out the stellar infield. Duties in the out- field were shared by Loehr, Budailey, Gragnani, Bragg, Redford, and Dwyer, while Ed Ketchie Q5- Zj, Pinky Loehr Q3-lj, and Carl Carnes Q2-1, were the pitching mainstays. Many of this year's Red and Blue stickmen re- ceived recognition for their outstanding play. Cap- tain Warren Long and Shack Moughamian, due to their flawless lielding, won births on both the Big Six and Southern Conference Honor teams. Also Pinky Loehr and Ed Ketchie, who pitched a 5-0 no- hit game against Randolph-Macon, were selected to the Big Six mythical nine for their outstanding pitch- ing efforts. Russell Cheatham, Barry Saunders, Bill Eudailey, and Ellis Redford brought the Spider base- ballers who were recognized as outstanding perform- ers in the state to a total of eight when they received honorable mention in the Big Six balloting. SAFE. "Shack"Mougl'1amian slides safely into third under Cavalier .lake Dohner's tag. U n iversity of Richmond x!tf207 ATHLETICS Virginia's Tara slides info third as Russell Chealham waits for throw. BATTING AVERAGES AB R H Afuemge AB Ketchie . . . . . 25 4 8 .320 Bragg ..... . . . 11 Loehr ....... . . 69 9 20 .290 Eudailey .... . . . 51 Long ........ . . 71 12 18 .254 Saunders . . . .. . 63 Moughamizm .... . . 69 17 17 .247 Bricker ..... . . . 51 Dwyer ....... . . 23 4 5 .217 Gragnani . . . . . . 60 Cheatham . . . . . 75 9 16 .214 W. 81 L.'s Waters beats the throw fo catcher Carl Bricker. Average .182 .176 .160 .157 .133 208yg-,- The 1953 web ATHLETICS Intramurals 1952-53 PHI GAMS TAKE TOP POSITION IN TRACK MEET Taking first in only two events, Phi Gamma Delta was able to gather 24 points and edge by Lambda Chi Alphla with 21M points to take the 1952 Olym- pics. Following in third place was Phi Kappa Sigma with 17M-Z points. Five other Fraternities placed men to enter the the scoring column. SAE'S DEFEAT PIKA'S TO TAKE SOFTBALL CROWN The SAE's keeping a spotless record in their league during the regular season went on to defeat PiKA two out of three games in the tourney to capture the championship. Sigma Phi Epsilon followed the SAE's with a 5-1 record in their league and played Lambda Chi Alpha for the consolation positions in the play- offs. FOOTBALL LAURELS TAKEN BY KAPPA SIGMA The Kappa Sigs with a 5-1 season record beat the Sig Eps in the playoffs to take the intramural foot- ball crown. The SPE's, who were the only team to record a clean slate throughout the season, defeated the Phi Gams in the round before falling to Kappa Sigma. The Phi Gams placed third followed by the Air Force in fourth. . is as r fAa naw University of Richmond '-ft2-O9 ATHLETICS FINAL FOOTBALL STANDINGS M LEAGUE A W L A Pct. SPE ...... .... 6 0 1.000 Air Force ..... .... 5 1 .833 Transportation . . .... 5 2 .714 Phi Delta Theta . . . .... 4 2 .666 Phi Kappa Sigma ..... .... 4 2 .666 Lambda Chi ....... .... 1 4 .200 PiKA ..... .... 0 6 .000 A l 1 LEAGUE B W L Pct. K . BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS CAPTURED BY THE appa Sigma ...... .... 5 1 .883 Phi Gamma Delta .... .... 5 1 .853 TRANSPORTATION CORPS Theta Chi """" "" 4 2 '666 By downing Phi Kappa Sigma in an eight team M'-A' ' ' ' "" 3 3 -500 playoff the Transportation Corps copped the Basket- SAE ------ ---- 5 3 -500 ball championship. Third place was held down by Phi Alpha . . . .... 0 5 .000 the Phi Garns who were able to defeat the Ministerial Barracks , , , ,..' 0 5 .000 Association f4th placej after losing to the champions AIR FORCE WINS VOLLEYBALL This year, with volleyball a major sport, the Air Force took first place in the playoffs to win the cham- pionship. A number of teams were fielded in this sport including a representation from the Fculty. Theta Chi was runnerup followed by SAE's and the Minnies in third and four places respectively. in the semifinals. S SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON WINS INTRA- MURAL TROPHY FOR 1951 -1 952 The SAE's amassed the most points for the 1951- 52 Intramural season to become that year's winner of the Intramural Trophy. They edged out Phi Gam- ma Delta who was close behind in the race. 2l0YX-2 The 1953 web ATI-ILETICS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD. Left to right, first row: Jane Sheema, Sue Smith, Beth Carpenter, Janet Johnston. Second row: Jean Carter, Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw, Barbara Cronin, Laura Mapp, Alice Creath, Miss Mary Jane Miller, Betty Andrews. lllastllarliimt il tiimlla a tlilat t ss tlatl rl THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION this year has success- fully carried out its aim, that of fostering a spirit of good sportsmanship, cooperation, and enthusiasm among the students. Serving as a nucleus for the direction of this spirit, the A.A. Board has worked throughout the year on the organization and accom- plishment of the various A.A. projects. They provided an important part of the Freshman Orientation program When, at the traditional picnic by the lake, new students were familiarized with the organization and work of the Association. Later on the Board successfully sponsored a card party, while a highlight of the Christmas season was the Snow Ball. The Song Contest, a -time when class competi- tion reaches its height, climaxed the year's program. The iinal function of the year for the Athletic As- sociation came as the annual banquet in the spring. At this time letters were awarded, and the winners of the blazer announced. An outstanding contribution to student life is the impetus to class and college spirit provided by the Athletic Association. Beginning with the presenta- tion of their banner to the Freshman class on Procla- mation Night, through class hockey and basketball games, and the Odd-Even competitions, intense class loyalty and enthusiasm are built up. This merges naturally into a strong and ever-lasting love for Westliampton College. University ci' Richmond XQIQII ATHLETICS SEAL WINNERS. Left to right: Beth Carpenter, Joan Eckert. Blazer Winners THE WESTHAMPTON BLAZER, worn only by those girls who have Won letters' in three varsity sports, was earned last year by three of our outstanding athletes. Betsy Williams and Nancy Lay wear the three red stripes on the emblem to show letters in hockey, basketball, and track. jane Sheema's stripes indicate letters in hockey, basketball, and tennis. A Red Star is added to the blazer emblem for each addi- tional time a letter is won. Seal Winners THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION each year awards the coveted Westluamptoii seal to upper classmen who have proved exceptional, not necessarily in athletic ability, but in leadership, sportsmanship, and service to the college. In a chapel ceremony last May, awards were made to Beth Carpenter, present President of the Athletic Associationg and joan Eckert, 1952 Cap- tain of Varsity Hockey, Both have been leaders of spirit and ability in athletics and in other school activities. BLAZER WINNERS. Left fo right: Betsy Williams, Nancy Loy, Jane Sheemo. 212551 The 1953 Web ATHLETHCS VUESTHAMPTON,S COACHES give capable direction to the varsity sportsg hockey, basketball, and tennis, and excellent instruction in classes leading to a de- gree in physical education. But what is even more important, they are always warm and understanding friends and willing advisors to every Westluampton girl. Miss Fannie G. Crenshaw leads the department and coaches varsity basketball. Miss Mary jane Miller coaches hockey and basketball, while Miss Eva Ruth Parish directs track and tennis. n ' -' - l COACH FANNY G. CRENSHAW COACH MARY JANE MILLER COACH EVA RUTH PARRISH University of Richmond -11213 ATHLETICS VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM. Left to right, first row: Beverly Pricld y, Dotty Smoker, Jane Sheemo, Barbara Cronin, Nancy Lay, Cap- tain Joan Eckert, Janet Johnston, Laura Mapp, Ruth Entsminger, Betsy Williams. Second row: Coach Miss Mary Jane Miller, Barba- ra Magyar, Alice Creath, Shirley Evans, Honor Patterson, Jane Doublesf Rose Dranchak, Nancy Carpenter, Gayle Mepham, Louise Hudgins, Betty Atkins, Sara Sherman, Hope Murphy, Gerry Paul. . Varsity Hockey THE 1952 WESTHAMPTON HOCKEY Team started their season September 29th by playing and defeating St. Catherines 1-O. As the season progressed so did the hockey team, and by the first of November, they claimed five victories, giving them at that time an undefeated record. Then came the Virginia State Hockey Tournament in which the Spiderettes tied Longwood College and defeated Allied East 5-1. The following week end the 'team went to Williams- burg only to bring another victory back to Richmond. November 14th, however, the Spiderettes were des- tined to bow to Sweet Briar 5-2 but only after a nip and tuck game. Likewise, the following week end Richmond Club defeated our team 5-1 terminating the 1952 hockey season. Although they suffered two losses, they procured seven victories to their credit during a very successful season. First team letters were awarded to: Gerry Paul, Bobbie Cronin, joan Eckert, janet Johnston, Barbara Magyar, Dottie Smoker, Nancy Lay, Jane Sheema, Laura Mapp, Ruth Entsminger, and Beverly Priddy. VARSITY HOCKEY RECORD Westhamptoim 1 St. Catherine 0 Westlmamptoiu 5 Little Colonels 1 Westhampton Longwood 1 Westluampton Madison 2 Westhampton R.P.I. 0 Westhampton Allied East 1 Wfesthampton William 8: Mary 1 Westlaampton Sweet Briar 5 Westlmampton Richmond Club 5 2'I4.yX.Q- The 1953 Web ATHLETICS W Q W . E , ..x. fr' 1 ALL STATE HOCKEY PLAYERS. Left to right: Jane Sheema, Miss Mary Jane Miller, Joan Eckert, Betsy Williams. Westhampton Bheeneaders CHEERLEADERS. Left to right, front row: Betty Andrews. Second row: Renee Gart- ner, Jackie Ayre, Jane Gill, Cos Washburn, Sue Simpson, Beulah Boston, Ann King, Margie Blevins. Third row: Mary Ann Lo- gan, Ethel Smith, Arnette Kizzia, Margaret English, Jane Lanier, Sue Bentley, Jane All State Hockey Players EACH YEAR at the Virginia State Hockey Tourna- ment two hockey teams are selected from the various colleges and clubs throughout Virginia to represent their state at the Southeast Tournament. Westliamp- ton's honored athletes this year were Coach Mary jane Miller and jane Sheema who placed on Vir- giniais first team while Joan Eckert and Betsy Wil- liams made the Virginia Reserve team. Soyars. CHOSEN in competitive tryouts, the Westluamptori 'These lively girls, wearing colorful uniforms, lead cheerleaders serve as a focus for the indefinable but calls and songs at varsity, class, and Odd-Even games. contagious enthusiasm we call Westliampton Spirit. They capably lead the college in support of our teams. U n iversity of Richmond s-11215 ATHLETICS i Senior Class SENIORS. Kneeling: Ruth Entsminger, cap- tain. Left to right, standing: Ruby Vaughan Betty Atkins, Betsy Williams, Beth Carpen- ter, Nancy Carpenter, Gerry Paul, Joan Eckert, Janet Johnston, Jane Sheema. t THE SENIORS AND JUNIORS tied for first place at the close of the 1952 class hockey season. Each team C I won four games and tied their contests with each a other. Junior Blass JUNIORS. Kneeling: Barbara Magyar, captain. Lett to right, standing: Laura Mapp, Sue Keegan, Jane Lanier, Peggy Brown, Barbara Cronin, Barbara Bull, Nancy 'Graham, Sara Sherman, Nancy Lay. 2 ,BMX-Q L The 1953 web ATHLETICS Sophomore Blass SOPHOMORES. Kneeling: Pat Kanter, captain. Left to right, standing: Dottie Smoker, Ann Cardwell, Arnette Kizzia, Ruth Owen, Betty Jean Parrish, Jackie Ayre, Sue Smith, Jean Carter, Alice cream. RECORD won lost lied Seniors .. .. 4 0 2 Hockey ..., J. 4 0 2 Sophomores .. .. O 6 0 Freshmen .. .. 2 4 0 Freshman Class FRESHMAN. Kneeling: .lane Doubles, cap- tain. Left to right, standing: Peggy Car- rol, Rose Dranchak, Charlotte Hart, Shir- ley Evans, Pat Norman, Alice Ellis, Eliza Hubbel, Jeannie Saunders, Hope Murphy. University of Richmond '-If 2 l 7 THE WESTHAMPTON VARSITY BASKETBALL Squad ATHLETICS l 1 l l VARSITY BASKETBALL. Left to right, first row: .lane Soyars, Eliza Hubble, Gerry Paul, Co-Captains .lo Fugate and Jane Sheema, Nancy Lay, Barbara Cronin, Helen Crittenden. - Second row: Robbie Moyer, Sara Sherman, Pat Norman, Ann Burnett, Nancy Fling, Nancy Graham, Barbara Bull, Janet Johnston. Third row: Barbara Magyar, Laura Mapp, Martha Boatwright, Rose Dran- chak, Peggy Brown, Margaret English, Sue Smith, Coach Miss Mary Jane Miller. Varsity Basketball maintained an outstanding record this year, complet- ing an undefeated season. Particularly exciting were those against their traditional rivals Longwood and Sweet Briar. All the contests were hard-fought and Fling, Nancy Lay, Beverly Priddy, and Barbara Cronin. VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD well-played, and the team was backed enthusiastically Westllampton Little Colonels by the entire student body. The varsity second team Westlmampton Lynchburg ended the season with three wins and two losses. WeSlhamPtO11 R'P-I- Both teams were coached ably by Miss Mary jane We5tl1amPt0n Madison Miller. Westlaamptoia Longwood Varsity Basketball letters were won by the follow- WCSfhHmPt0H 45 William Sl Mary 29 ing participants: Jane Sheema, Gerry Paul, Nancy Westhamptoil 47 Sweet Briar 41 2l8l'X-1 The 1953 Web ATHLETICS ,nz , , Y , l SENIORS. Kneeling: Nancy Fling, captain. Left to right, JUNIORS. Kneeling: Peggy Brown, captain. Left to right, standing: Beth Carpenter, Gerry Paul, Jo Fugate, Jane standing: Sara Sherman, Nancy Graham, Barbara Sheema, Janet Johnston, Joan Eckert, Lou George. Cronin, Barbara Magyar, Laura Mapp, Barbara Bull, Nancy Lay. t Clam H7072 Lott Seniors .. 4 2 JuI1iO1'S .. 6 0 Sophomore . . . . . 2 4 Freshmen . . . . 0 6 N SOPHOMORES. Kneeling: Sue Smith, captain. Left to FRESHMEN. Kneeling: Rose Dranchak, captain. Left to right, standing: Alice Creath, Jane Soyars, Margaret right, standing: Martha Boatwright, Pat Norman, Evelyn English, Ethel Smith, Ruth Owen, Emily Menetee. Moore, Helen Crittenden, Eliza Hubbel. ' i University of Richmond '-If 219 ATHLETICS l I il la 4 5 a . i l ..,, N , ARCHERY. left to right: Dottie Hicks, Sara Sherman, Betsy Williams, Nancy Lay. THE 1952 ARCHERY TEAM topped William and Mary 1495-1001, which was a larger margin than they won in 1951. jo Fugate made the highest score for Westhampton with 343 points. Dorothy Hicks took a National A rating in the National Telegraphic Tournament with 457 points. Betsy Williams, Laura Mapp, jo Fugate, and Rosa Ann Thomas made Na- tional B ratings While C ratings Went to Sara Sher- man, Barbara Cronin, and Nancy Graham. N.A.T.A. WINNER. Dottie Hicks. - Qggoyx., The 19539 web in , ATISILETICS VARSITY TENNIS TEAM. Left Io right, first row: Nancy Lay, Jane Sheema, Pat Norman, Nancy Nicholson. Second row: Dorothy Smoker, Barbara Cronin, Laura Mapp, Pat Keevan, Geraldine Paul. LETTER WINNERS, Left fo right: Jane Sheema, Laura Mapp. I ' n Wfesthampton Westhamptoiz 4 H Westllampton i I Westhampton X .f,, 5' ,gf-T ki I nlniiz. ,Rx I.rX w iH 'I.25 if Varsity Minis? H952 TEIIIIIIS, SPRING T952 St. Catherine . . . . . .3 R.P.I. .............. 2 William 8z Mary ..... 6 Byrd Park ..... . . .2 U niversiI'y of Richmond 'Qfxf22I ATHLETICS 19- as TRACK. Left to right: Barbara Magyar, Betsy Williams, Nancy Lay, Barbara Cronin. Track TRACK RESULTS, 1952 50-YARD DASH lst: Barbara Magyar 2ncl: Gerry Paul 75-YARD DASH lst: Barbara Magyar 2ncl: Nancy Lay 100-YARD DASH lst: Barbara Magyar Znd: Alice Creath HURDLES lst: Arnette Kizzia Znd: Betsy Williams HOP, STEP, JUMP lst: Bobbie Cronin Znclz Betsy Williains RUNNING HIGH JUMP lst: Nancy Lay Znd: Bobbie Cronin SHOT PUT lst: Barbara Magyar Znd: Laura Mapp BASKETBALL THROW lst: Betsy Williains Znd: Laura Mapp RELAY RACE lst: 1954 Znd: 1955 3rcl: 1955 RUNNING BROAD JUMP lst: Betsy WilliaI11s SHOT PUT. Barbara cfaaaa. 211112 AHCC Creafh 2225, The 1953 Web ADVERTISEMENTS - - 92 R E M E M B E R ? - ' - the old Playhousevwhich neither fire nor slow decay could destroy, but finally surrendered to the Wrecking crew? , - ' ' the old student shop that fire destroyed? - ' - your first year in the new Student Center? 1 - - ' the new law building under construction your senior year? 1 ' - ' that night in 1953 when you received your cherished sheepskin? + m 3 Although you may not have realized it at the time, your undergraduate years at the University of ' Richmond were lived during one of the most productive periods in the University's history. Great I- sums were added to endowment and an extensive building program was launched. If the University f has continued to grow in the years following your graduation, it has been because you and others I who call her Alma Mater have been worthy sons and daughters. I- She hopes that your life has been abundantly blessed with this world's goods but, over and above 1' that, she hopes you have followed well the precepts of Him who said: "Ye shall know the truth and I the truth will make you freef, We trust that by the quality of your citizenship, your leadership in I- your community, your insistence upon the right, you have brought renown not only to yourself but 1' to Alma Mater who tried to teach you how to live as well as how to make a living. E T UNIVERSITY OE RICHMOND L I 3 3 3 3-3-3-3-3-3- --3 -3- -3-3-3- 3- - -3-3- --3- .X Exclmzve . OUR FAMOUS THREE POINT EASE -11 Built-in Derigfz QWX FOR ASSURED FIT I E 5 1! 1 X Precision sleeve ser in. C . X 2 3, 1 Consistant ' Collar fit. E ii? A fa arg 1 ' I ' 1' 1 Free and easy 1' M11,,E. I 1 - ' arm hole and . f ' ' if " blade. 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MORRISON UNIVERSI I I PHARMACY GEORGE W. ROBINSON ' I ' W Tabb, Brockenbrough 8: Ragland . , 5718 GROVE AVENUE INSURANCE LA ALL LINES , ' 'A' 'Telephone 2-6546 ' 1101 East Main Street T "The U1zi11ersity's Student Ce1zte1"' RICHMOND 4, VIRGINIA 4 , 3 4 7 4 I 1 COMPLIMENTS OF BILL'S BARBECUE A Trial Makes a Customer TWO LOCATIONS 5805 West Broad Street 927 Myers Street RICHMOND VIRGINIA 3 T i' A I , L !- H 3-3-I'Fl'Pl-I-1-J-3-3-I-3-3-I-1'3-3-3-3-3-3-3-I-3-I N mx - - M- 11- - 23 ,..,. , ,.., ., ,, ,H Dial 5-S1693 Boulevard at Kensington Avenue SUTHERLANUBROWN FUNERAL HOME INCORPORATED AMBULANCE SERVICE I I 1 1 L11232 The 1953 Web ADVERTISEMENTS Cf , , -1-K-1-K-K-l-1 , K- I- -K-K-K-K-l-K-K-K-I H J V I I I . ul A A l C t' f I I OH UIUOUS I I R. E. B. Blanton, IIIC. 4 0 f' ' gd F ' Qualzt ' I I 9' : I - I U 1 I fo x, : I 3 'I Q N 3 Z Dial 7-4524 520 W. Broad st. f I CWM S Ml l , 4 ,I -'----"' " 10 fax 1 . . d . . . -I , 1. A , R1chmon , Vlrgnua A , Q Q4 I , KSN Eg , N 1 I gf fs- , l , GJ -' I 23 -A M M Q , , 'S 3 if 1 + M " I x 1-I-1- I- -1--- -1-1- -L- -h sa ' Z A N -ffm, 3 ' I T I WN! Is f I J o S T E N I S I I 'A ' I , T ' ' I Ojiflcll fewelefzf of lbe i' ' 53 :F 1 ' . . . "' , Q5 , : U 77lVt?7'J'lfy of Rzrbmoml a- 7 ' ' E Clam Rizzgi E , sf S I , 1. I 5 I ' I 21? i' 211: I HE Bomzo umm HORITY or me com-c cowmv av 1 V STAN MARTIN' Rep' an ' 1 ' 5103 Park Avenue i' I . . ' 1 Richmond, Virginia f Rmhmond Coca-Cola Botthng Works, Inc. , -f A 1 1 : Phone: 4-5252 g, I , -1' - -3 -3---3-3- "'3'1 Univmsiify of Richmwvnd xlf 2 3 3 ADVERTISEMENTS 1 X nd .I .I .I .I .I I ll .I .I .I .I .I .I I .I .I .I .I , , , , I .I . I r -1- - -1- -1-1- -1- - - - The Corley Company 214 EAST RICHMOND GRACE STREET VIRGINIA PHONE 2-6531 040 Quality Musical Instruments and Service for over a half century 2 341-1 Planning For Future Securlty Thousands of young men and women leave colleges and UDIVEFSIIIES this year endowed with the many benefits higher education provides A large segment many classmates of yours owes the wealth of college tralnlng to life lnsur ance purchased years ago by a loving parent or relative Life Insurance guarantees many other personal ambitions and Its ownershup will brmg you the same satlsfactlon and security It now provides ATLANTIC LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Established l900 vs Richmond Vlrglnla J ul J J .I .I ,I . .I .I .I .I .I . .. . . .I Q . . . Q 1 , , J 1 . 4 . I - , ' I . h! 1 I . I 1 4 u n Q u . . I . . . . . 5 . . . . I mrlluons rn all walks of hte. , .I . l I .I .I . . . . . , I I I Q-1-m-1-1-3-x-x-x-x-x-1-x-x-1-m-x-m-x-5-5-1-x-m-x 3 The 1953 Web ADVERTISEMENTS BY w,,,,,,,, , , ,,,, , , N l-l-l-1-K-lHK-K-l-i- ht ml- nhl: 22 T 7 U . , P H I L L I P , S P L A C E ,Q National Toddle House Corp. I 5704 GROVE AVENUE 7 2237 W. Broad St. I Phone 5-9645 Q 2727 W. Broad St. If GH, , 1036 W. Grace St. ' f Richmond ' OPEN 7:00 A.M, to 11:00 P.M. V Serving Three Meals Daily : "Goof: Foon AT REASONABLE PRICESH E 0117677 24 I-low'-V H4 E ++-- -fee A E 74 - E E b A E E E W Y V X- -K- - - 'l il fag-.69 - E ' . . .For . . . V I blbgqigi. K E: i V THE FINEST BAKERY PRODUCTS 1 h X7 X, X ' 7 nf 7 J L V . . . Call. . . E e 7 7 7 avi-is! A 7 7 . 7 -E "avg , 5, A I 7. , ., 7 f.-L 3 A4 X g- ' 2752 West Broad St. , i i i We Deliver Dial 7 ,. 7 I z 3-3-x-3-1-m-x-m-m-x-m-3-x-m-x-x-x-x-1-x-3-m-1-x-x E z 1- -x-3 - -1-3- -1-w 4 X K- - - -K-K-K-1-K-L-1-K-l Z N - - 1 1' 7 J l 7 .! 1- 7 .! 1- 7 i S T U D E N T S Y i ' Q ' Q I Wendell QB. fpoweii 1 i f i Itis Been Swell Serving You i ' fphomgmplm ul F I i i 7 3 DO COME AGAIN g ' i i ' ul , 7 Q 7 ' 'Portraits of fDistincLi0n 1 ' f .! GW ' . .1 7 1 I . J I .! Q : : 3201 Grove Cfiifuenue -2 RIVER ROAD TAVERN 7 7 5 f 7 Th 6- 8 6 -E "Ffzm0zz5 Cbee.rebzz1'ger" 7 ' one 4 2 1 ' I ,L L 7 i 7 7 ul 7 ' z m-m- - -3- -x-1 -1-1 -m Q 2-x-1-m-m-m-x-1-3-3-1-1-x-x-3-3-x-1-3-m-1-1-x-x-3-3 University of Richmond ,ff Q 3 5 ADVERTISEMENTS , , , w,,,,,, m ACME LAUNDRY Flatwork 241-4VUestCaryStreet 55015 - ,.,,.,, - ,,,-,-v , SS, , , , 5 A. L. Lorraine Hardware CO., Inc. E ' IAL - D 5 9101 g' 3114 WEST CARY STREET g' Comphmems of , T if Q LOWE BROS- PAINTS Q Tom Jones Hardware Co. 1 SPORTING GOODS E HOUSE FURNISHINGS if 1 1 1 ' A A 236DN-J The 1953 web I ADVERTISEMENTS --- -22 Ei Ei ' , I Graham Brothers Complfmenfs of General Contractors RICHMOND AUTO PARTS, INC. -0' RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 'iii 13,1 zz A ' 'ss 22 ' A as o,,, - - L - ess Comllzliments . i NX 'X Meador, Pouison, Priddy, Inc. RERED 1504 E. Cary Sf. L f' ' '7""3G' Richmond, Virginia Dirnfibzztorr Richmond, Virginia Fancy Fruits and Vegetables -in 23' as E , , I , ,,,,w , 4 , , L L53 Phone 4-1491 g- L L 1' For A Real Clefmmg Service EARL R. THOMAS g. 5-md It To UJ. All Work Gimranieed gr 4031 MACARTHUR AVE. g WESTHAMPTON CLEANING Richmond 22, Va. E COMPANY General Repairing i L 314 Libbie Avenue Goodyear Tires and Batteries g. za m-1-m-1-m-1-x--m-x-1-w--x-x-1-m-m-x--x-x-m-1-1-x-x 23 A - - A - - 53 S K-l-l-lhldllu-l-K-l-l-l-i-1-l-l-l-l-K-1-1-K-l-1-1-K -I- - - - -K-K-l-K-K 22 ' : C 0172 plimentr of , T I " ' OHN R. CHAPP , WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE 1 f I ffl AGENCY, Inc' , ' I 1 , INSURANCE CAMPUS SHOP 4 L ALL KINDS KELLER HALL . i HILLCREST BLDG. ' 1 200 N. 4m STREET 1 f 5-7361 I E I A I E L L L L A University of Richmond Sfi 2 3 7 ADVERTISEMENTS . C - - - v .f--..-.f----4 5 X l-K- - - l- z 1 , 1 i 3 I . I ! ,E C 07721711772-??7lJ' of an I sl ,- 1 I. E T .! 1- ,E Q Bourne-Jones Motor Co., Inc. T. -' T T -E W H I T T E T I HUDSON SALES - SERVICE f -' I T :E P R I N T E 2930 W. Broad St. g Q T j RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Q ' I I L L i I I Q ik , -.yY. - V - - - - - - - 23 I A ' I ' 'fi' Automobile, Life, and Fire Insurance Q. I A : ik "Cut your auto insurfnzee cost" a' i' I . uk i' , W H I T T E T 8. S H E P P E R S 0 N State Farm Insurance Companies i- ' B. L. CAMPBELL, Agent 304 E. Grace st. i L R I C H M O N D + Phones: Ofc. 3-3444 Richmond, Va. g- ! Res.98-5136 i' i I , I 2 - 1- - - N Q 3 -3-y - -3 --3 -3-3 , Q 3 8 jg, The 1953 Web ADVERTISEMENTS 93 W BUDDY . . . Invites you to visit in the DRY-DOCK often . . . Each 1, .,Vi ... I if fizi l time you return to the campus . . . and renew old friendships . . . Young ideas . . . a youthful viewpoint . . . that's what makes the DRY-DOCK . . . the web for the spiders . . . That's why the DRY- DOCK atmosphere is the kind they like . . . in the Student Center llilllllv 2, Y I I , it RALPH P. MAYO Manager ul .I .I I .I .I .I .I I .I .I .I UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND-DRY-DOCK ' ..,, Y A . . . the heart of the University. 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Pt 0 " I of rc? 3 3 I- I .E 3 'S f A I' I' ro :D , : L NJ - I' H N4 L OJ -f In NO 7 3-3-y-3-3-y-3-3 3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3 s ' s Q ADVERTISEMENTS T l- - l- - - -- R , - , Q ' 1 Ii E A 1 A 1 . I I 1 3 CLASS RINGS f , 1 l Q , I. , FRATERNITY JEWELRY I I 1 f MEDALS AND TROPHIES I ' L T I , I A 3 I , N I I I. I ' T , f 1 , , I ' O I We , I ' CHARLES G. MOTLEY 1 I X - 1 3 5424 Dorchester Road I . . .I Dial 4-4482 I. I ' Richmond 25, Virglnia f , , . L L 4 I L I I , NJ I 'i I , ' . : I I , , . I l A , I J 15 MQW : J L. G. BALFOUR . 1 1 I P R 0 D U C T S , GAIIIIETT 8: MASSIE, INC. 1 ' I .g IIICIIMDND, VIRGINIA 4 ' T 1 , I 1' as z I, - , ix . 1 Qu RR-' mv' ' ' . , . -5 :W.wwR,-Ag,- V ae.-pg ' . A A I 3? Q4'0yg,.I - The 1953 Web ADVERTISEMENTS , r ul T111 KS -r11l1l1l11-'QUI T- 111-I K'- K' '-1111 1311111 Z , 1 , ' , I 1 SEIBERLINE T , Q : TIRES ANAME YOU 1 ' I I C A N T R U s T 5 , T 1 1 N R U R R E R 1 , . 4 1 f 1 1 i I 1 1 'i ' T ' 1 ' 1 ' 'i ' 1 I I ' T ' MARLDWE TIRE CUMPANY INC 1 1 1 ' i T f 1117 NORTH BOULEVARD 2 l . 4 i PHONE 5-9171 ' .i 5-0111 j I 4 1 1 1 ' 1 i' I F u ' I ' 1 I 1 1 1 f 1o.H0UR HAWKINSON T i TREADING SERVICE 1 5 BY APPOINTMENT M .ji . mag T 1 , X N51 G, j Ii ix Eff-:WM ' 7..3..3-3-3-3-3-3-y- -3 -3-5-3 -3 -3-1 -5-3-3-3 -3 -3 -3 -3-y -3- 1 University of Richmond 'Nfl 2 41 ADVERTISEMENTS X X : K- -1- -K- K- K- -1- - - - -f 3 l- K-K- i-i- - l-Q-L- Q. R1 51-r 1 1 1 . r ,E 1, 1 RUCKER 81 RICHARDSON jf .1 A -f I A L 1 R E A L T e 5 WOOD'S MARKET L J ORS I ,E I, ,I SALES N-N LOANS M-N RENTALS i g 1211-15 Bellevue Ave. Dial 5-8621 E ? I N S U R A N C E I: .J ,- I .I I- ir T .I Northside Delivery I- , 1 .I I. 118 North Enghth Street 1, nd A I .E gg PHONE 2-4741 RICHMOND, VA. Q . , L l A-x-x-T-m-m-x-m-x-x-1-x-1-x-x-u-3-m-x-x-x-m-1-x-x-x L L l-l-K-l-K-L-K-K-K-K-v . l-i-i- Q- K- l-l-l- 1-1. -2 , L , f , Dial 3-lm 5 , ARNETTE ICB CREAM Co. I u A sl I 1 I , , .i .jvlmrufaclurerr and 'Dirlribularf af II: ' 'IL u n I1 1 n 5 , 1 L ' A V ' I I L L Fme Ice Cream T I Registered Jewelers-American Gem Society 4 .! T , . . . . I I ' 1' I Jewelry Repairing, Engraving ond Stone Setting 4 H! Q T , Walchmclcers - Special Order Work A N! f , ' I 3121 WEST BROAD STREET f I 2'I'I East Grace Sl. Richmond 19, Va. ji RICHMOND xA VIRGINIA E r ,. .a I z-x-1-x--1-x-1-1-m-1-1-5-1-x-m-3-x-x-x-m-x-1-m-x-1-x I vq- -y -3-1., ., .,- - - .,.., , - - - - i-l-l-l- -1- - - E. Q,- 1-,iii Q-l- K-K-1-Q-hr . . . , L 1 E , You owe It to yourself to Investigate the new I, L L ' brick houses now being completed on con- I- -I For I- venient, monthly terms offered by E :E af T v A SCHMIDT sl WILSON, INC. g j The Greatest Shows i Realtors I- -I , , :- 4o1-4o3 E. Franklin sr. E I 111 R21d10 1 Phone 2-5801 i' Q Q- RICHMOND, VA. 1 1 1 T b L , S i 1 - - - - -1-3-x - -x -x-1 -x- -x-m- - l , I. I WMBG-AM I Q-1-Q-1-1-1-L-w - L- -m-1- - -1-1 : I- I D Q f WCOD-FM 1 1 I ' ' - - T 5 ' V WTVR-Televlslon f A ' I i I Compliments of , I. 'i i' ' . T 1 . ' I Serv1ces of 1 J A Friend V I L -I - 1 I Havens 8: Martin, Inc. I' 1 ' i .I ' I- L I L z-1-1-x-x-x-x-1-x-x-x-1-1-T-T-m-x-x-x-x-x-x-T-x-x-I l -x-m-x-x-m-x-x-m-T-5-1-1-x-1-T-X-1-3-I-m-X-T-3-3-1 5 2 421-2 The 1953 Web Agee, Coan Gray ....................... Meadows of Dan, DIRECTORY Abraham, Fred .......... Abraham, Nazem ........ Abronski, William J. . . . Adams, Andrew G., jr. .... . Adams, John Wm. .... . Petersburg, Va. Albright, Spencer D., III Aldhizer, George R. . .. Alexander, james S. . . . Allen, Truett E. . . . . Allen, Willard T. . . Alley, Robert S. . . . . Allred, john C., jr. . . . Alpaugh, Walter H. . . . Anastos, George H. . . . Anderson, Charles P., jr. . . . Brier, james Roy ......,............ 532 River St., Scranton Pa. Anderson, Claude W. . . . . Anderson, Donnie L. . . . Anderson, Harold K. . . . Anderson, ames M . . I -, Jr- Anderson, john Lee .... Anderson, L. Henry .... Anderson, Neal R. . . . Andre, Edward D. . . . Androconis, Leo J. .... . Anthony, Barry Bruce ...... Applegate, Shelton P. . . Armstron Robert H g, . ..... . Armstrong, Thomas F. .... . Arnold, Herbert D. . ..... . Arrington, Charles J., jr. Arrington, Henry E. ...... . Arthur, Howard L., jr. . Asbury, Walter M. . . . Ashworth, Luther R. . . . Atkins, Albert L. . . . . Atkinson, Dudley E. . . . Baber, William E. . . . Bailey, George W. . . . . Baird, Charles L. .... . Baldacci, Raymond D. . Baldridge, Robert Lee . Ban s Edwin L g , . ..... . Barcellona, Evans C. . . Barden, james C. . . . . Bareford, Allen C., Jr. . Barham, Henry P. . . . Barker, Bob L. .... . . Barnette, Martin E. . . . . Baroody, Edward E. . . . Barrett, Jack H. .... . Bartelson, Bruce A. . . Bass, jack V. ....... . Bassett, Ellsworth P. . . Bateman, Robert E. ..... V. . . Clark, Edward D. .... .... 5 05 S. Davis, Richmond, Va. Bauder, William H., Jr. . . . Baylor, Robert E., jr. . . . Bayne, Gene C. ..... . Beaman, Donald B. . . Beane, Thomas O. .... . Beasley, Bertram G., Jr. . . Beasley, William R. . . . . Beck, john M. ........... . Beene, Robert A., jr., Apt. 5, Bell, james B., jr. .... . Bell, Richard N. ......... . Bellamy, Clyde H. . . . . . . . Bender, Morton ...... .... Bennardo, Casper A. ...... . Bennett, William T. . . . . Berlin, Robert S. .... . Bernard, Hunter J. . . . Berry, John Paul . . . . . . . Best, Robert A. . . . Student Directory Richmond Abels, Robert .... 21-11 78th St., jackson Hgts., New York, N. Y. 124 W. rim Ave., Will iamson, W. Va. 124 W. First Ave., Williamson, W. Va. 1208 Ocean Ave., Ocean City, N. J. 2818 Edgewood Ave., . . . . 1127 Orange Ave., Roanoke, 6611 Three Chopt Rd., . . 615 Roseneath Rd., . . . . . 49 Court St., Portsmouth, Richmond, Va. .. . . 1109 7th St., South Boston, . . . . . Lake jackson, Manassas, . . . 4103 Exeter Rd., Richmond, Va. . 260 Campbell St., Harrisonburg, . 2007 Westover Ave., Richmond, Richmond, Va. Va. . . . 365 River Rd., Paterson, N.j . . . 115 Grigg St., . . . . . . . . . . . Andersonville ...........NewCanton . . . . . . . . . . . Andersonville Petersburg, Va. ... 115 Grigg St., . . oi 'cliesiiliri '1i.l5i'ofange, N. . . . 1000 W. 49th St., Richmond, V Richmond, Va. Va. Va. Gohege Biggs, George R. . . . Bishop, Francis E., Jr. .................. Box 528, Leesburg, Va. Bishop, John M., Jr. Blankenship, Charles Bolton, Burton L. ............................. Manassas, Va. Bond, Lawrence B. ............ 523 Granite Ave., Richmond, Va. Booker, Calvin R. . . . . . .... 179 W. 89th St., New York, N. Y. ... . . . . . . .. 2315 Maiden Lane, Roanoke, Va. E., Jr. .... 520 Granite Ave., Richmond, Va. . ...................... Gloucester, Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. ,V Gore,V ,Va ,V 3. H. 3. Booker, Russell E., jr. . . . . . Booth, John L. ...... . Bourne, Charles M. . . . . Bowden, Charles M. . . . . Bowen, Floyd.E. .... . Bowen, James H. . . . . Bradley, Charlie H. . . . Bradley, Johnnie . . . Bradley, T. Cullen . .. Bragg, John Wiley ..... Brankley, Charles M. 4550 E. Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . 138 Montague St., Danville, Va. . . . . . . . . . .. Route 1, Richmond, Va. . . . 3204 Fendall Ave., Richmond, Va. Warsaw,Va. . . . . . 311 Locust Ave., Hampton, Va. Sandston,Va. . . . Diesel Housing Unit, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . 109 Maple Ave., Richmond, Va. . .. . 603 Rothesay Rd., Richmond, Va. Skipwith,Va. Brewer, Harvey Lee, Jr. ......... 519 Fourth St., Portsmouth, Va. Bricker, Carl D. . . . . . . . 10 N. Dooley Ave., Richmond, Va. Mulch Va I a 332 S. Gilbert St., Shenandoah, Pa 0 I 2503-A Stuart Ave., .............Route 2602 Edgewood Ave., . . . . 6722 Stuart Ave., 3418 Maplewood Ave., . Carrsville, Va isdn! SSSZA' 'iidtlrljsi . . . 823 N. Main Avei, ............Route . . Route 10, Box 122, . .. RFD 4, Box 210, Richmond, Va 8, Bon Air, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va Richmond, Va . Carrsville, Va Richmond, Va 2, Danville, Va Richmond, Va Petersburg, Va 335 Grubert Ave., Staunton, Va 2917 Overton Rd., Richmond . . . . . . . . . . . . Hampden-Sydney, , Va Va . . . . 5500 Cottage St., Richmond, Va . . . Route 14, Box 41, . . 3117 Windsor Ave., Richmond, Va Baltimore Md . . . . . 24 Manner Ave., 2218MSt., Tappahannock, Va Richmond, Va . 1501 Lansing Ave., Portsmouth, Va Mendota,Va Box238,E1lerson,Va . . . 1502 Sauer Ave., Richmond, Va . .... 914 W. 31st St., Richmond, Va 207 Meridian Ave., Hopewell, Va l I .7918 Rock Creek Rd., Richmond, Va 1617 N. Greenbrier St., Arlington, Va . . . 1019 Westover Ave., Norfolk, Va . . . . 1629 E. 11th St., Bethlehem, Pa 5226 Wythe Ave., Richmond, Va . . 2405 Concord Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . 111 Beverly Ave., Norfolk, Va . . . 114 Prescott Ave., Manassas, Va . . . 1912 Hilliard Rd., Route2, . 1200 Stanhope Ave., 4233 Kingcrest Pkwy., 2318 Richmond Ave., Petersburg, 110 E. Laburnum Ave., Richmond, . , 2320 Whycliif Ave., Roanoke, . . . . . . . . . Box 904, Front Royal, Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Brinkley, James C. ..... 2429 Longview Ave., S.W., Roanoke,,Va. Brooks, john E. .... ................... P ennington Gap, Va. Brown, Douglas M. . . ...... 4305 Sulgrave Rd., Richmond, Va. Brown, George R. .... .... 1 63 Sambourne St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Brown, Irby B. ........ ..... R oute 8, Box 413, Richmond, Va. Brown, James E. ......... .... 1 08 N. Mallory Ct., Phoebus, Va. Brown, james Kenneth . . . . . . 2501 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. Brown John H. ....... .... R oute 1, Box 243, Culpeper, Va. Brown, Otis Lee ...... .................... A lberta, Va. Brown, Ronald C. .... . . . 211 S. 16th Ave., Hopewell, Va. Brown, Sidney E. ........ ................ A lberta, Va. Brown, Walter T., Box 792 Mt Airy N C Brown Jr Wayne A. . . '. I I II .ffff 960 Bladk Ra., Joliet,-Ill: Newton, N.C. GarHe1d,7N. JI Richmond, Va. 114 W. Lorengo Ave., Norfolk, Va. Beaverdam, Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. ....................Harmony,Va. Richmond, Va. . . . . 1317 Leckie St., Portsmouth, 2514 Staples Mill Rd., Richmond, . . . . . 4110 Park Ave., Va. Va. . . . . 3431 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va. Bruce, Benjamin W. . . . . Buchanan, Loren, jr. . .. . Buchanan, William M. . . . Budwell, Walter ........ Stevensville Va Brownie, William Ellis . . . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' iceaii cf., Plymouth, 141. cf Browning, Reynald Wayne ......... . . . . . . . RFD 1, Box 249, Danville, Bumpass, Charles William ......... 1604 Via St. . .... ' ..... Box 123, Victoria . . . 303 N. Vine St., Richmond .. . . . . . . . .. 604 Powell St:, Crewe Va. , Va. , Va. , Va. , Richmond, Va. Bundick, William Jackson ..... RFD, Kegotank Rd., Bloxom Va. Burgess, Anthony Lee. . . 2306 Bainbridge Blvd., South Norfolk, Va. Burgess, Marvin F. ..................... .... . .... A valon, Va. Burke, James P. ...... 2926 Northumberland Ave., Richmond, Va. Burnette, William Lee ........ 2011 Carlisle Ave., Richmond, Va. Burkholder, Edgar J. .................. ......... B umpass, Va. Burns, james J. ........ ...... 4 06 Durnan St., Rochester, N. Y. Burrus, Robert L., Jr. ............................ Lahore, Va. Bush, Jimmie W. ........ Route 1, Box 46-A New London, N. C. Cahn, Shung Kai . . . 18 Tai Po Rd., 3rd Fl., Kowloon, Hong Kong Cameron, William W. Camp, Leon C. ..... . Campbell, Preston D. . Cardoza, Wilbur K. . . Carlton, Bruce A. . . . . Carlton, Robert L. . . . Carnes, Carl W. . . . . Carnes, james ....... Carpenter, John E. . . . Carr, Robert E. . . . . Carroll, jerry E. . . . . Carter, Mann Lee .... Carter, Winston W. . . Castaldi, Alexander A. Caulkins, Roger W. . . Chapman, Harold O. . . . . Chase, joseph J. .... . Chen, Ho Ying ...... Christensen, Erik R. . . . . . . . . . 356 Albemarle Ave., Richmond, Va. . 5 Malvern Ave., Apt. 4, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . 2521 Irisdale Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . 2611 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 3308 Cliff Ave., Richmond, Va. .. . Little Plymouth, Va. Lucketts,Va. .. . . . 4May St., Rome, Ga. RFD 7, Richmond,Va. Leesburg,Va. . . . . . . 518 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . 2015 Fairfax Ave., Richmond Va. 102 S. Grove Ave., Highland Springs: Va. Grundy,Va. . . . . . . . 1619 Charles St. Richmond Cartwright, Carl V. .... . Caruthers, Leo T., Jr. . . . , , Va. . . . . . . . . 908 128th St., College Park, N. Y. . . . 4002 Virginia Pl., Washington, D. C. . . . 1926 Westwood Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . 10 Dudley St., Rochester, N..Y. Canton,Ch1na 18 Albee Lane, Colonia, N. J. Christiansen, Albert, jr. . . . ........ Box 237, Sandston, Va. Clark, james ....... . . . . . Box 113 Winchester, Va. University of Richmond 942.4 3 Elam, Robert E. ..... . DIRECTORY Clark, John E. .... . Clark, William D. .... . .......... Route 15, Richmond, . . . . . 404 Oakdale St., Martinsville, Va. Va. Fahrbach, William A. . Clary, Charles M. ..... . Claude, Robert Vance . . Clements, Ernest L., Jr. . Coates, Albert W., Jr. Coates, Carter ........ Coates, Frederick R. . . . Coates, Harold J. . . Coates, James A. .... . Coates Townes C. . . . Brookneal,Va. Ginther, John C. . . . . Coelield, Otis W. ..... . Cofer, James Herman Cohn, Roy E. ........ . Coker, Francis D. . . . . Collier, Marcus W. . . Collins, James M. .... . Collins, Thomas H., Jr. . Comer, James R. ..... . Conner, Henry A. . . . . Connor, Gale ....... Cordle, Wallace S. . . . Cosby, Algar H. .... . Costello, Charles M. . . . . Couch, Thomas A. .... . Crafton, Haynie W., Jr. . Craig, Jewett S. ...... . . . . . . 3801 Montross Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . 1904 Hilliard Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . 1510 Bellevue Ave., Richmond, Va. . . ............. Box 18, Holdcroft, Va. Tazewell Va. "QQfII1QQI1Q1IIQII... Euanjva. . . . . 1709 Carter St., Richmond, Va. . . . . 1709 Carter St., Richmond, Va. Tazewell,Va. . . . . . . 3412 Franklin St., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . . . . . 817 Prospect Ave., Bristol . , Va . . . . 256 Stoner Ave., New Rochelle, N. J. . . . . . . . . . 254 Ludford, Ludlow, Ky. . . . . . 5224 Sylvan Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . 5701 Lowry St., Richmond, Va. 3111 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . 101 Church St., Rich Creek, Va. . . . 401 Traver St., South Boston, Va. . . . . . . . Hillcrest Ct., Johnstown, Pa 401 W. 24th St., Richmond, Va. 2101 E. Marshall St., Richmond, Va. . . . . 125 Southland Dr., Danville, Va. 3218 Fendall Ave., Richmond, Va. . .... 1612 Lamar Ave., Petersburg, Va. . . . 1813 Oxford-Ave., Roanoke, Va. Crane, Samuel, Jr. ....... .... 3 315 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. Crigler, Albert B., Jr. . . . Crosby, Richard C. .... . Crum, Larry Kay ...... Cumbee, Dwight W. ......... . . Cumbia, Philip L. . . . Curley, Philip J. .......... . Curling, Otis D. ..... . Curran, Hugh O. .... Cutchins, Russell O. . . . . Czirjak, William A. . . . . Daffron Andrew ohn, III , J Dallape, Fred C. ...... . Dalton, Thomas C. . . . Daniel, Kenneth L. . . . . Daniels, Peter ...... . . ....... . Davis, George W., Jr. . . Davis, Hector, III ...... Davis, Patrick W., Jr. . . Deep, William D. ........ . Dehaven, Donald Elwood Dekle, Tom A. ....... . . . . . .. . 411 E. Main St., Front Royal, Va. 1001 N. Manchester, Arlington, Va. 411,Chesapeake Ave., Newport News, Va. 308 N. Irving Ave., Scranton, Pa. Brodnax,Va. 2905 Grayland Ave., Richmond, Va. 1301 Chesapeake Ave., South Norfolk, Va. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Charlotte Harbor, Fla. . . . 2306 Orcutt Ave., Newport News, Va. . . . . . . . . . 117 Market St., Leechburg, Pa. . . . . 5101 Riverside Dr., Richmond, Va. Pa. . . . . . . 401 Moxham Ave., Johnstown, . . . . 1521 Leckie St., Portsmouth, Va. . . . . 128 Hill Ave., Portsmouth, Va. 505 Main St., Altavista, Va. . . .... 322 Granite Ave., Richmond, Va. .. . 3229 French St., Richmond, Va. . . ............. . ...... Java, Va. . . . . 604 N. Blvd., Richmond, Va. . . . ......... Route 2, Cumberland, Md. La. ................Box'67,Jonesboro Deter, John Wine ........... 594 S. Main St., Harrisonburg,,Va. DeWitt, Cornelius, III . . Dickens, Luther Isaac . . . Dickerson, Park P. .... . Dietrich, William D., Jr. Dikenson, Roger F. . . . . Dillard, William O., Jr. Dobson Dodson, Ronald F. . . . . Dodson, Clinton D. . . . Doman, James D. . . . . Cecil L. ..... . . . . . . . . 4501 Archer Ave., Richmond, Va. .......... P. O. Box 415, Hillsville, Va. . . . 206 Newman Ave., Harrisonburg, Va. 122 Henry Clay Rd., Ashland, Va. Bumpass, Va. ................Lanesv1lle,Va. Accomac,Va. . . . 120 College St., Martinsville, Va. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Route 7, Littlestown, Pa. P. O. Box 31, West Point, Va. 1804 Abbeville Ave. Aiken S. C. Victoru . . . . . 1117 N. 35th St. Richmond Douglas, Stewart M. .... I 705.Lafayette Ave., Colonial,Heights, Va. 1 . ............................ ' '1, Va. , . . . . , ' , Va. W Downing, Thomas ., Jr. .... 24 W. Shipe St., Front Royal, Va. Dorsey John Barton . . . Douglas, Walter E Dowdy Naumann S. . . Downs, Horace D. .... . Dracos, John A. . . Driggers, Marion . . . . . . . Box 207 RFD 1, Midlothian, Va. .. . 3219 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. Lee . ......... 2408 Danville St., Hopewell, Va. .....................Shacklefords,Va. Drudge, Henry G. .... . Dunbar, William Face, III . . . 210 N. Stafford Ave., Richmond, Va. Duncan, James E., Jr.. .Spotsylvania Star Route, Fredericksburg, Va. Edward E. .............. 11 Robin Rd., Richmond, Va. Dunn, James W. .... . Dunklee, Dunn, William R. .... . Joyner, Va. . ..... 1320 Jelfrers St., South Boston, Va. Dunnavant, Berkeley D. . Dunnavant, Waverly V., Dupree, Hubert ....... Dvorak, Paul L. ...... . Dwyer, John E. . . . . Eaton, Richard ........ -. . Eaton, William A. .... . Edmonds, John W., III . Edmunds, Thomas O. . . . . 2l44lX-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . Charlotte Court House, Va. Jr. . . 2504 Oakland Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . 2405 Harrell Ave., Norfolk, Va. ...............Box282,R1chmond, Va. . . . 4817 Cutshaw Ave., Richmond, Va. 142,N. Washington St., Winchester, Va. Parksley,Va. Va. Accomac, 1305 17th St., N.W., Washington, D. C. Edwards, Howard L., Jr. ...... 2801 Parkside Ave., Richmond, Va. Elliott, Ashton G. . . . . Elliott, Edward L., III . Eppard, Earl H. ..... . Eure, Donald L. ..... . Evans, Bobi R. ...... . Evans, Robert Edward . Ezekiel, Gerald A., Jr. . . Farmer, James P. .... . Felton, Roland L. . . . Felts, William C. . . . . Ferman, Edward ..... Fetherston, John H., Jr. . . . . . . . 829 Osborne Ave., Plainlield, N. J. Figg, Coleman D. ........ . Fleming, William D. . . . Flippen, Llewellyn T. . Flippin, Edward A., Jr. Flood, Milton L. ...... . Flournoy, Philip A. . . . Ford, Harvey L., Jr. . . . . Forehand, Garlie A., Jr. . . . . Foster, Sidney A. .... . Foutz, Donald L. .... . Fratrick, Albert A. . . . . Frederick, Louis A. Freeman, Robert H. .... . Friedenberg, Sidney E. Fuller, Charles G. . . . . Gage, Richard Lee, Jr. Gahagan, James S. Gaines, Vernon A. Galaspie, Robert A. .... . Gale, Robert E., Jr. . . . . Gallier, John R. ....... . Garcia, Walter Thomas Gardner ames Lee , J ..... Gardner, Joseph M. . . . Garey, Francis B. .... . Garian, Robert Lee .... Garmon, Gerald M. . . . Garrett, Lewis C. .... . Gary, Julian V., Jr. .... . Gascoigne, Richard H. . . Gavlick, John F. ..... . Gee, Stanley Lee ...... Geiser, John H. ....... . Gentry, William H., Jr. Prospect,Va. . . . . . . . . Shenandoah Rd., Hampton, Va . . . . . . 422-44th St., West Palm Beach, Fla Sheppards,Va . . . . . . . 3015 Hanes Ave., Richmond, Va . . 2305 Maplewood Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . 206 S. Adams St., Arlington, Va . . . . 4116 Crestwood Rd., Richmond, Va . . . . . . . . 214 Tennessee Ave., Crewe, Va . . . 194, Box R.F.D., Bowling Green, Va. . . . . . . 917 Maryland Ave., Suffolk, Va. Jarratt,Va. . . . 3-0 Knickerbocker Rd., Dumont, N. J. 2803 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 1518 Glenside Dr., Richmond, Va. . . ......... 307 Mason St., Crewe, Va. . ..... . . . . Box 304, Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . . 54 N. Allen St., Albany, N. Y. . . . . . . . . . . .. 3119 Lamb, Richmond, Va. 176 Charlotte Ave., Colonial Heights, Va. 2615 Lockhaven Blvd., Richmond, Va. Brookneal,Va. . . . . . 711 Virginia Ave., Vinton, Va. . . . . . . 1647 Charles St., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . 2518 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . 96 Madison Ave., Perth Amboy, N. J. . . . . . . 2403 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 25 W. Myrtle St., Alexandria, Va. . . . . . . . 43 Maple Ave., Newport News, Va. . . . . . 10 W. 'Spring St., Alexandria, Va. . . . . . . . 509 Braxton Pl., Alexandria, Va. . . . 2612 Maplewood Rd., Richmond, Va. . . 2106 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, Va. 5507 Bloomingdale Ave., Richmond, Va. ..Box622,0range,Va. . . . . . . . . . Rugby Terrace, Abingdon, Va. Hillsville,Va. . . . . . . 2122 Kent St., Richmond, Va. . . . 312 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. . . . 1508 Carter St., Richmond, Va. . .............. Appomattox, Va. 18 Maxwell Rd., Richmond, Va. 413 Audubon Rd., Kohler, Wisc. 260 Watkins St., Swoyerville, Pa. . I ................. Victoria, Va. . . . . . 56 South St., Manasquan, N. J. . . . . . 3021 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va. Getts, Harland R. ........... '. . 57-00 N. 10th Rd., Arlington, Va. Gibson, Charles Walter . . Gimbert, Kenneth C. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . 9606 Selby Pl., Norfolk, Va. Gindin, Robert A . ..... . Gleach, Richard C. . . . . Goff, Richard D. ........ . Goldston, Harold M. .... . Goodwin, Ambler R. Goolrick, Robert M. ..... . Gordon, Johnnie W., Jr. . . . ............ . . . . . Gouldman, Hugh O. Gragnani, Francis D. . . . . . . .6 . . . 4839 Morrison Rd., Richmond, Va. . 312 S. Third Ave., Highland Park, N. J. . . . . . . 3207 Bute Lane, Richmond . 7401 Three Chopt Rd., Richmond 1801 Chuckatuck Ave., Petersburg, . . 4907 Campbell Ave., Richmond . . . 105 Amelia St., Fredericksburgl Buckingham I . 1 Bon Air, ' ' ' ' " ' '51i6i'i15f.5Q5i Xia., iufhmqna, Graham, Charles M., Jr. . . . ................. Purcellville, Grammer, George E., Jr. ..... . Grant, Jon H. .......... . Greer, Cecil R., II ....... Greever, John J., III ..... Gregory, Wynn S. ........... . Gries, Lawrence F. ..... . Grifhn, Clarence W. Grizzard ell' D 1 ,J ' .,J-. Grogan, Jeter C. ..... . Grubbs, Oscar E., Jr. McLean, . . . . . . . .. 226 Park Blvd., Marion, . 2900 Quarrier St., Charleston, W. . . 3506 First Ave., Richmond, Apt. 5, 33 Malvern Ave., Richmond, Wakefield, 403 Granite Ave., Richmond, . . . . 207 Oakdale, Martinsville, . . . 1717 Fourth Ave., Richmond, 2626 Parkside Ave., Richmond, , Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Guenther, Richard H. .......... 2836 S.E. 64th St., Portland, Ore. Gurley, Harvey M. ..... . Gustafson, Thomas ..... Guy, John W., III ..... Guy, Kenneth Dale . . . Hake, Dewin M. ..... Hale, Jeffries C. ....... . ChaseC1ty,Va. 226 Lafayette Ave., Colonial Heights, Va. Bentonville,Va. Tasley,Va. . . . . 2830 Wellington St., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . 5410 Smith Ave., Richmond, Va. Hall, Benjamin Lee, Jr. ........................... Berea, Va. Hall, Bert Edwin, Jr. . . . . . 4709 King William Rd., Richmond, Va. The 1953 Web DIRECTORY Hall, Cameron D., Jr. . . . Hall,JackW. Hall, Lucien T., Jr. ..., . Hallinan, Robert D. .... . Hamilton, Edmond Ernest Hamlett, James H. Hampton, Alvin E. .... . Haney, Glenroy M. .... . Hannah, Robert V. , Jr. .................. . Hanscom, John W. . . Hansley, Gene B. . .. Harker, Eugene W. .... . . . . . . . . . . Box 96, Colonial Beach Harkrader, Fletcher W., Jr. Harlan, Thomas J., Jr. ........ . Harlow, Buford, Jr. .... . Harman, Joseph H. . . . Harman, Ralph ...... Harnett, Joseph A. . . . Harper, Richard O. . . Harris, Bond ........ Harris, Robert E., Jr. .... . Harrison, Edmund G. Harrison, Lewis M. . . . . Harrison, Wilson L. . . . Harrow, Ed P. ..... . Hatchell, James H. . . . Hatfield, Robert F. ..... . Haydon, Everett P., Jr. . . . Hayes, Halford I. Haynes, Nicholas .... Haynie, Howard O. . . . . Heflin, James Hall ....... Henderson Herse L. 1 Y Hendrick, William W. ......................... . Hess, Peter A. ......... . Hill, Durwood W. ..,,. . Hill, Nelson L. ......... . Hobson, Everett F., Jr. .... . Hodder, Kenneth L. .... . Hodges, Elisha E., Jr. . . Hoffman, Arnold M. . . . Hogg, George C. . . . . Hoggard, Thomas V. Holcomb, Herman P. Holden, Bobby Glenn .... Holder, George B. .... . 308-A St. Andrew St., Petersburg, Va. .U ...I 101 N. Confederate St., Sandston, Va. ..........W1ndsor,Va. . . . . 10 Hillside Ave., New York, N. Y. Townsend,Va. Route 3, Durham, N. C. 3519 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. .Wincl1ester St., Fredericksburg, Route 2, Vienna, 18 Malvern Ave., Apt. 5, Richmond, 1009 Broad St., Altavista, . . . . . . . . Chatham Hills, Richmond, . . . . . . . . . Hungary Rd., Richmond, 2322 Stuart Ave., Richmond, . . . . . . . . . . Route 2, Richmond, . . . . . . . . Box 543, Waynesboro, . . . 5219 Sylvan Rd., Richmond Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. ,Va 2105 78th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Crouch,Va. . . . 1204 Stanhope Ave., Richmond, Evergreen, Va. Va. . . . . . . . Bettsville, Ohio . . . ......... Callao, Va. Scottsville, Deltaville, . . . . . . 425 Lincoln St., Portsmouth, 3943 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, . . 2 Kensington Pkwy., Kensington, 7006 Staunton Ave., Richmond, Itmann,W. Miskimon . . . 211 Ramsey Ave., Hopewell? . . . 131 Franklin St., Petersburg, Ellerson, Va. Va. Va. Va. Md. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. 20 3rdSt.,Deposit,N.Y. 2535 Lyndhurst St., N.W., Roanoke, Va. . 820 Bigley Ave., Charleston 2, W. Va. 5816 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . 51 Langley Way, Kent, England SouthBoston, . . . . 936 Gates Ave., Norfolk, Va. Va. . . . . . 1710 N. 19th St., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . 127 Race St., Cumberland, Md. .. 901 Charlotte St., Fredericksburg, . . . . . . . 1623 Pope Ave., Richmond, . . . . . Route 6, Box 79, Richmond, Va. Va. Va. Jennings, Charles .L., Jr. . . . Jennings, Vernon V. ..... . Jessup, William R. . . . Jeter, Robert R. . . . . Jett, Edgar A., III .... Johns, George G. ..... . Johnson, Charles H. ...... . Johnson, Edmond B., Jr. . . . Johnson, Edward B. ..... . Jones, Elijah H. ......... . Jones, Louis B. . . . . Jones, Ray Y., Jr. . . . . . . 267 N.E. Oak Hill, Abingdon, Va. . . . . 2318 Anderson St., Bristol, Tenn. 36 Buxton Ave., Newport News, Va. ffl ........ Box 31, Waynesville, N. c. ' ..... 906 Forest Ave., Richmond, Va. . . 2346 Nunnally Ave., Richmond, Va. Zuni,Va. ........... Box 115, Fort Myers, Fla. Elkwood, Va. Bon Air, Va. . 5020 Devonshire Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . . . 1649 N. Main St., Danville, Va. . ...... 13 Brandon Rd., Richmond, Va. Jordan, Earl B., Jr. . . . Jordan, Edgar W. Julius, William A. . . . Kalbaugh, Gary A. . . . Kapushy, Albert J. ..... . Kauffman, Chester T. . Kauffman, Joseph .... Kaye, Robert M. . . . Keagy, Robert L. . . . Keefe, Robert L. .... . Keener, Charles E. . . . Keith, Richard M. . . Kelley, James T. . . . Kelley, John F. ..... . Kelly, Kelly, Charles W., Jr. . John Van R., Jr. Kelso, Thomas M., Jr. Kerr, William J. .... . Kersey, Luther W. . . . Ketchie, Edward R. . . . Keville, Clarence H. . . Kientz, Randolph- C. . . King, Gordon M., Jr. . King, Leroy ......... King, Miles E., Jr. . . King, Oliver C. . . King, Roba Lee .... King, Taylor G. . . . Kinze Allen B y, . . . . Kirk, Paul W., Jr. . . . Klein, Melvin N. . . . . Klicska, Vincent W. . . Knick, Raymond L. . . . Knox, John C. ...... . . 409 N. Belmont Ave., Richmond, Va. 251 Newman Ave., Harrisonburg, Va. 805 Jefferson Circle, Martinsville, Va. . . 546 Jersey Ave., Union Beach, N. J. 336 Rodgers Ave., Norfolk, Va. 120 Carroll Ave., Colonial Heights, Va. .. 4927 Suburban Ave., Richmond, Va. . 307 N. Thompson St., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . 522 Beall St., Cumberland, Md. Amelia,Va. . . . 808 Marye St., Fredericksburg, Va. RFD 2, Culpeper,Va. RFD 2, Culpeper,Va. Box403,Jenkins,Ky. . . . 3416 Enslow Ave., Richmond, Va. 621 W. Graham Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . 615 Mayfair Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . 608 Cork St., Winchester, Va. . . . . . 25-05 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va. . 108 New Boston St., Canastota, N. Y. 2503 Westcliffe Ave., Richmond, Va. .. . 2108 Chicago Ave., Richmond, Va. Gainesville,Va. . . . 1110 E. 48th St., Richmond, Va. . . . . . 346 Grigg St., Petersburg, Va, . . . . . . . . . .. Route 1, Midlothian, . . . . 3022 Noble Ave., Richmond . . . . RFD 12, Box 54, Richmond: . . 305 Dinwiddie St., Portsmouth 29 W. County St., Phoebusz . 110 W. Hillcrest Ave., Richmond, . . . . . . Route 1, Box 308, Danville, Holland, Joseph R. .... . . . 624 Riverland Rd., Roanoke, Va. Holland, Ralph J. ....... .......... B ox 154, Ridgeway, Va. Holloman, Bryan W., Jr. ...... 1400 Hull St., South Norfolk, Va. Holup, Andrew George .... . . . 478 Slocum St., Swoyerville, Pa. Hood, Norman E. ....... . . . 2004 Floyd Ave., Norfolk, Va. Hoover, Frazier B. ...... .................... B assett, Va. Horowitz, Henry Fred . . . .... 4809 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Horowitz, Seymour .... Horton, Humie Lee .... . . . . . 3004 Floyd Ave., Richmond, .. . . . . 530 25th St., Virginia Beach, Va. Va. Hough, David B. .... ...... 1 507 Orcutt Lane, Richmond, Va. Houlgrave, John C. ...... 41 Malvern Ave., Apt. 2, Richmond, Va. Howard, Arthur D. ........ 3207 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va. Howard, Gregory C. .......... 3109 Griffin Ave., Richmond, Va. Hsu, Yuen Chen ............ 4603 Fitzhugh Ave., Richmond, Va. Hudgins, Alexander F., Jr. ...... 422 S. Main St., Blackstone, Va. Hughes, John J., Jr. ....... 3901 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. Hundley, Thomas P. ........... 3021 Noble Ave., Richmond, Va. Hunt, Russell T. ....... 1415 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va. Hunter, James R. ...... . Hurowitz, Bernard . . . . . . 733 Maryland Ave., Norfolk, . . . . . . . 901 Libbie Ave., Richmond, . . . . 1211 Warren Ave., Richmond, Va. Va. Hutchison, Joseph R. B., Jr. ..... 3157 N. 19th St., Arlington, Va. Hyler, James V. .......... .... R oute 1, Box 69, Danville, Va. Hylton, Francis S. ......... . . . 831 Ferdinan Ave., Roanoke, Va. Hynes, Charles S. . . .......... 318 Oak Lane, Richmond, Va. Ildas, Alvin G. . . . . . . 4207 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va. Irvine, John V. .... .... 6 28 Walnut Ave., Waynesboro, Va. Jackson, Allen A., Jr. ....... i 3511 Omohundro Ave., Norfolk, Va. Jackson, Gustavus V., Jr. .... 3322 Maryland Ave., Richmond, Va. Jackson Kenneth Lee .......... 2402 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va. Jackson Thomas A. ......... 4100 Glenhunt Rd., Baltimore, Md. Jacksoni Walter C., III . .. Jacobs, Lacey M., Jr. . . . Jaffee, Edward ...... James, William H. . . . Jefferson, Eugene .... Jenkins, Richard F. . . . . Jenkins, William J. T. . . . . . . . . . . . 1101 Terrill St., Chester, . 2209 Maplewood Ave., Richmond, .............Route1,Warrenton, . . . 2412 Atlantic Ave., Hopewell, BonAir, . . . 2026 W. Grace St., Richmond, Pa. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Koch, Gardner C., Jr. . . . . Kopp, Edward C., III ..... Korb, Michael A., Jr. . . Kovacs, Charles E. . . . Krivitski, Joseph J. . . . Krueger, Jack E. ........ . LaGarde, William A., Jr. . . Lake, Robert W. ........ . Lamb, Lester L. ......... . Lam ros immieN P . I . . Landers, Okey M., Jr. .... . Lane, Charles T. .... . . Laster, Stanley A. ....... . Lasting, David B. ....... . Lautenslager, Edwin B. . . . . . . . . 305 S. Lehigh St ., Baltimore, Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. , Va. Md. . . . . . . 44 Wiggins St., Princeton, N. J. .. . 3025 Garland Ave Richmond, Va. . . . 107 Rose Hill Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . 440 Claremont Rd., Springfield, Pa. . . . . . 1866 Fairfax St., Petersburg, Va. . 2906 Monument Ave., Richmond, . . . . . 1920 Grove Ave., Richmond . . 425 Highland Ave., Winchester, 1501 Orange Ave., N.W., Roanoke, . RFD 4, Box 151, Charleston, W. . . 106 N. Dooley Ave., Richmond, . 4109 W. Franklin St., Richmond, . . . 437 Riverside Dr., Portsmouth, . 7600 Staples Mill Rd., Richmond, Lawrence, Nimrod F . . . . ................... Buena Vista, Lawson, B. Allen . . . . Lawson, Hugh A. ..... . Leavelie, Robert H., Jr. . . . Leftwich, Francis B. .... . Levet, Malcolm R. .... . Lewis, John D. ..... . Liebich, Wayne A. ..... . . . . . . Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. MrllersTavern,Va. . . . . 1006 W. 47th St., Richmond, Va. . . . 7107 Pinetree Rd., Richmond, Lilly, William D. ................. Pleasant St., Hinton, W. Limbrick, Albert C., Jr. . . . . Va. . . . . 2506 Third Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 41-02 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Mappsville,Va. 2912 Carman St., Camden, N. J. Va. Route 1, Box 399, Fredericksburg, Va. Linardos, Costas S. ..... . . . 4403 Fitzhugh Ave., Richmond, Va. Lind, Edgar A. ..... . Lind, Robert T. ..... . Lindsey, James E., Jr. . . . Linfield, Myron P. . . . . . Little, Thomas J. ........ . Littlepage, William H. . . . . Logan, Patrick W. . . . Logan, Paul B., Jr. . . Lohmann, William H. ....... . London, David P. Long, ous W. . . . . Route 9, Box 270, Richmond, Va. . ........ Route 2, Midlothian, Va. . . . 911 W. 30th St., Richmond, Va. . . . 109 Berrington St., Richmond, Va. . . . 1246 Church St., Burlington, N. C. Truhart,Va. 1118 S. High St., Harrisonburg, Va. Copeland Pk., Newport News, Va. 3016 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va. 196 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 5911 Fitzhugh Ave., Richmond, Va. University of Richmond -,ff 2 4 5 Pearman, R. N. .............. 405 Harlan Circle, Richmond, Va. DIRECTORY Loving, William R., Jr. . Lowman, Frank A. .... . Lucas, William R. . . . . Luck, Bennie E. .... . Luck, Eugene B., jr. . . . Luffsey, Walter S. .... . Lumsden, Ernest A., jr. . Lute, Lamar E. ........ . Lysaght, Walter P., jr. . . Lytal, Donald E. .... . Mabe, Thomas F. ..... . Mace, Kenneth M., Jr. . . . . . . Magyarosi, john S. .... . Mahanes Hu h Elliott r. ....... . , 8 s Mallory, Frederick C. . .J. Manion, Robert G. .... . Markham, Robert C. . . . . Markley, Thomas H. . . . . Marrin, William R. . . Marsh, Cecil E. ..... . Martin, Charles E. . . . Martin, Garvin C. . . . . Maslich, Robert ....... Mathis, Joseph H., jr. ..... . Matisco, joe F. . ....... Matt, Louis J., Jr. ..... . Matthews, Kenneth ..... Matthews, Lawrence E. . . Matthews Linwood C r , ., I . . . Mays, Robert Lee, Jr. ..... . May, Edward L. ........ . McClellan, Louis G., jr. . . . . . . 606 Maple Ave., Richmond, Va . . . Route 10, Box 341, Richmond, Va .. . . . . . 206 E. High, Glassboro, N.j . . . . . . . 2404 Lacy Lane, Richmond, Va . . . 3013 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Va . . . 604-B N. 32nd St., Richmond, Va .... . . . . . . .Route 3, Danville, Va . . . 1334 Walnut St., Ashland, Pa. . . .490 Crosby Ave., Paterson, N. J. . ............... Shamrock, Okla. . . . . . . . . . . 146 Maple St., Pulaski, Va. . 4401 Fitzhugh Ave., Richmond, Va. .46 W. Oldis St., Rochelle Pk., N. J. 200 Palen Ave., Warwick, Va. . . . 3803 Noble Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . . 420 Palm Dr., Aiken, S. C. . . . 1322 River Rd., Martinsville, Va. 610 Windsor Ave., Lawrenceville, Va. . . . 3313 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . 3400 Daniel Ave., Lynchburg, Va. . . . 143 Bellevue Ave., ... . . . . 3525 Grove Ave. Matthews, Charles F. ...... . . . . 3301 Moody Ave., . . . 2006 Shetiield Rd., . 2412 Hanover Ave., Montclair, N. J. Richmond, Va. Aliquippa, Pa. Richmond, Va. . . . Salem, Va. Richmond Va. 517 Maryland Ave., Portsmouth: Va. . . . . . . 5302 Beudley, Richmond, Va. 1739 Pope Ave., Norfolk, Va. 3415 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va. . RFD 3, Box 254, Fredericksburg, Va. . . . 2809 Parkside Ave., Richmond, Va. 2301 Wedgewood Ave., Richmond, Va. McCraney, Arnold L. ......... 143 Armstrong Dr., Hampton, Va. Mclilrath, james ........... Diesel Housing Unit, Richmond, Va. McEwen, Samuel W. . . . McKaba, Richard A. . . . . McKissick, William E. . . McLeod, John Daniel, jr. . . . . . . . . . 213 River Rd., Matoaca, Va. . . . . . . . 253 8-0th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . . 215 E. Broad St., Blackstone, Va. .....................Mangohick,Va. McNeal, Warren H., Jr. ........................ Fairport, Va. Meekins, Gene S. .......... 1219 N. Fairwater Dr., Norfolk Va. Mehegan, Charles C. . . . Mehford, Edward G. . . . Melson, Robert M. ..... . Melvin, Bob Raymond .... Merritt, Kenneth R. . . . . Mersel, joseph ...... Millar, john D. . . . Mills, Robert ...... . . Mills, Thomas Z. . . . . . Mills, Warren F. . . . . Mims, Harold V. . . . Mink, Charles A. . . . Miranda, Luis R. . . . Mitchell, Ira J. ..... . Mitchell, Thomas L. . . . . Mitchell, james G. . . . . . . . . 27 Guarantee St., Petersburgi Va. . . . . 2104 E. Main St., Richmond, Va. . . . . . 2034 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . 6 Channing Ave., Portsmouth Va. . . . . . 3715 King St., Portsmouth: Va. . . . 207 N. Adams St., Petersburg, Va. . . . . . . . 225 Palen Ave., Warwick, Va. . . . . Route 11, Box 243, Richmond, Va. 209 W. Laburnum Ave. . . . 2324 W. Grace St., 3307MikeRd. , Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. . . . 3706 Vawter Aves Richmond, Va. . . . . 3301 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. . . 826 W. Franklin St. Richmond Va. . . . . 101 Amelia Ave.,,Blackstone: . . . . Pratts, Va. Va. Moore, Arnold ..... Moore, Grady ..... Moore, joseph T. . . . . Moore, Richard D. . . . Moore, Robert B. . . . . Moran, Gilbert E. ..... . Morecock, Donald Lee . . Morefield, David C. . . . . Morholt, james A. . .. Morris, Lloyd V. .... . Morris, Orrin D. ..... . Morrison, Melvin R. . . . Morton, Charles B. . . . Moseley, james M., jr. . . Moss, Charles S. ....,. . Moss, John T., jr. .... . Mull, Clyde Lee, Jr. . . . . Mullins, james H. . . . . Mullins, john T. .... . Murphy, james E. . . . . Myers, Robert C. . . . Napoli, Christian .... Neal, Edwin S. ....... . Newman, Jimmy D. . . . . Nickelson, Gene L. .... . Nicholas, Richard C. . . . . . . 5103 Harlan Circle, Richmond, Va. . . . 801 Starling Ave., Martinsville, Va. . . . . . 601 W. 30th St., Richmond, Va. . . . . 712 Seneca Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . 116W S. Broad St., Suffolk, Va. Box77,Joy,Ill. . . 1301 Avondale Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . 7103 Brigham Rd., Richmond, Va. .... ... 911 83rd St., Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . 4751 Dorchester Ave., Chicago, Ill. . . . . . 22 Mitchell Rd., Hampton, Va. . . . 3522 County St., Portsmouth, Va. . . . . . . . . . Depote St., Chatham, Va. Blackr1dge,Va. . . . . Buckingham Court House, Va. . . . 824 w. 47th st., Richmopa, Va ChaseCity,Va ..............B0x13,Pound,Va . . . . . . 27 S. Cedar St., Richmond, Va . . .1113 Third St., South Boston, Va . . . . 707 Hinton St., Petersburg, Va 7RiverSt.,Warren,N.J. . . . 1721-A Grove Ave., Richmond, Va Fieldcrest Rd., Draper, N. C. . . . 2811 Richmond Ave., Petersburg, Va. . . . 4314 Old Brook Rd., Richmond, Va. Nicholls, William W. ..... . . . 1809 Oakdale Rd., Richmond, Va Nielsen, Nicholas Andre .......... 83 Leake Ave., Richmond, Va Nitti, Vincent J. .... . Noble, Edward R. . . . . Norileet, Ben E. ...... . Norman Norman, Stanley F. . . . Nuckols, Clyde D. . . O'Connell, Hugh L. . . . Oglesby, Philip L. . . . Oglesby, Ray T. . . . O'Hara, john J. . . . . Orrell, James D. ...... . Ossman, Robert S. B. . . . Ostermiller, jack F. . . . Paciocco, Justin T. . . . . Paciocco, Robert 1. . . . . Padalski, Stanley P. . . . Padgett, Robert D. .... . 1505 N. Powhatan St. Arlington Va i Sycamore St., Haddori Heights, Yi . ......... 103 Causey Ave., Suffolk, Va. , Joseph H. ....................... Mechanicsville, Va. . . . . . . . Bethlehem Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . 6408 Fitzhugh Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 117 Irving Place, Clarksburg, W. Va. . . . . Norfolk Ave., Virginia Beach, Va. . . 505 N. Blvd., Apt. 5, Richmond, Va. . . . . . .. 51 S. 26th St., Terre Haute, Ind. 1235 Chatham Hgts., Martinsville, Va. . . . . . 4507 Cutshaw Ave., Richmond, Va. . . 52 BrinkerlloE Ave., Freehold, N. J. Box 21, Quantico,Va. .......... Box 21, Quantico, Va. . . . 58 Broderick St., Swoyerville, Pa. . . . 6709 Horsepen Rd., Richmond, Va. Pa'aczkowski Franci . ....... 4 I y Pajchak, john P., Jr. s I 9 Jeffrie Ave., South River, N. J. Route 1, GlenAllen,Va. Parker, Jesse H. .................... 835 43rd St., Norfolk, Va. Parker, Lionel E. ........ . . 1657 Mt. Vernon St., Petersburg, Va. Parrish, Robert G., III, 1107 E. Brookland Pk. Blvd., Richmond, Va. Parsons, Buford M. .......... 4618 Bromley Lane, Richmond, Va. Parsons, Robert C. ....... . Patteson, Roy K. . . . . Paulett, Grover S. . . . . . Peach, William F., Jr. . . . Peachee, Ralph E. .... . . 4304 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va. . . . . . Route 9, Box 234, Richmond, Va. Route 2, Beach,Va. . . . 346 55th St., Newport News, Va. . . . . . . 504 Maple Ave., Richmond, Va. Peatross, Frederick W. ............. Route 1, Box 81, Penola, Pecuch, Albert C. ..... . Pellagrino, William I.. . . . . . . . . . 440 Thomas St., Bethlehem, . . 100 Washington Ave., West Haven, Conn. Pendleton, Dennis W. ........ 502-A Arbutus Ave., Roanoke, Pendleton, Parke D. ......... 6116 Patterson Ave., Richmond Pentecost, Thomas H. . . . Perkins, joseph C. ..... . Perkins, William H., jr. ......... 1518 Porter St., Richmond Perry, Clarence R. . . . . Peters, William J., III Pllug, Robert E. ..... . Pharr, james M., jr. . . Phillips, james S., Jr. . . Phillips, Lewis F., Jr. . . . . Phillips, William M. . . Pierce, Camden B. . . . . Pinkard, Richard L. . . . Pinneo, Lawrence R. . . Pitts, Charles R., Jr. . . . Pohmer, Timothy T. . . Poindexter, Emmet H. . Pollard, Thomas N., jr. Pomponio, Paul P. .. . Pomponio, Peter P. . . . Poor, George R. . . . . Powell, Douglas C. . . . Powell, Henry F., jr. . . Powers, Walter R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 648 River Rd., Hopewell: . 1215 E. Ocean View Ave., Norfolk, Box 216, Boydton, Box 1471, Richlands, . . . . 14 Richmond Ave., Wheeling, W. . ........ 207 Lame Ave., Richmond 2 ..Tappahannock, ................Gloucester, . . ................ Church Road, . .... 813 Roseneath Rd., Richmond, Va. Pa. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. ........................Ridgeway Va. 1919 Chuckatuck Ave., Petersburgz Va. . . . 4202 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. . . ....... 833 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. ................FrederickHall,Va. . . . . . 6510 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va. . .. . . . 5919 N. 18th St., Arlington, Va. . .. . 5919 N. 18th St., Arlington, Va. . . . . . 59 Oakwood Ave., Lynn, Mass. ... . . . . . .. Box 31, Brookville, Ohio Porter, joseph W. .... . . . . . . . . . 8005 Maple Lane, Richmond, Va. .. RFD 1, Box 137, South Boston, Va. Grundy,Va. Price, Jack M. D. ...... 1555 Lafayette Blvd., N.W., Roanoke, Va. Price, Madison R. .... 5300 Huntington Ave., Newport News, Va. Price, Ronald ..... . . . . . . . Diesel Housing Unit, Richmond, Hal1fax,N.C. Pritchard, George E. .... . . . 124 Askin St., Martinsville, Pritchett, Wallace F. ............ 117 Spring St., Petersburg, Profhtt, Thomas J., Jr. ......................... Columbia, Va. Price, Wade W. ..... . Protlitt, Thomas Miles ......................... Bumpass, Propert, David B. ...... . Prussack, Joseph S. ....... . . . Va. Va. Va. Va. 83 Hillsboro Dr., West Hartford, Conn. 46 Olyphant Dr., Morristown, N. J. Puchalsky, Thomas M. .......... 203 Shoemaker, Swoyerville, Pa. Quinn, Irvin T., jr. . . . . . . 2512 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. Ragland, Bernard G. . . .................... Wingina, Va. Ragland, Everett H. . . . . . . 107 Dundee Ave., Richmond, Va. Rago, Frank A. ........ ......... 9 15 E. 76th St., Chicago, Ill. Ratchford, William S. ....... 333 Peddington Rd., Baltimore, Md. Reames, john W. ........ 103 N. Confederate Ave., Sandston, Va. Reardon, Patrick A. . . . ....... 3008 Third Ave., Richmond, Va. Reed, Donald L. ...... . ..... Gramyrtra Farms, Hanover, Va. Reid, Fred W., jr. ...... . . . 2010 Second Ave., Richmond, Va. Releyea, Richard Lee .... .... 1 219 Forest Ave., Richmond, Va. 24662 The 1953 Web Strauss, William A. ..... . . . 3221 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va. Va. DIRECTORY Rennolds, john C. . . . . Reynolds, james M. . . . Reynolds, John L. . . . Reynolds, Lester K. . .. Reynolds, Richard L. . . Reynolds, William .... Rhodes, Beverly N. . . . Rice, Paul C. ........ . Rice, William ............. Richardson, James S. . . Richardson Lero P. r . 2510 Seminary Ave., Richmond, . . . Route 8, Box 507, Richmond, . . . . . 4108 Lawson St., Richmond, Chatham, . . . . 5502 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Mad1son,N.C. . . . . . 18 Malvern Ave., Richmond, . . 1008 Bradley Lane, Richmond, Center Cross, Grundy, 2401 Short Warwick Rd Richmond Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. 7 y D J ' ' ' 'Y ! Richardson, Herman M., Jr. ................... Midlothian, Riner, Hammett N., jr. ...... 1513 Nottoway Ave., Richmond, Va. Roark, Bobby ............... 149 C St., N.E., Wasliington, D. C. ' V'1 Roark, Leslie W. ......... ................... B rookneal, Roaten, William I., Jr. .... .............. N ewport News, Roberson, Edgar P., Jr. ...................... Huddleston, Roberson, William K., jr. . . 5211 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond, Roberts, James ................ 6410 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Robertson, E. V. ........... 2925 Parkwood Ave., Richmond, Robertson, Richard L. 23 Rowan Ave., New Gosport, Portsmouth, Swain, john L. . . . ..... . . . . Robins, Hubel ............. Robinson, George B. . . Roland, James F. .... . Rollings, Gordon H. . . . . Rollins, Warren L. . . . Roman, joseph B. . . . . Rorrer, Edward E. ..... . Rudolph, Charles B. . . . . Rutledge, Charles E. . . Rutledge, John R. . . Sachs, Stuart A. . . . Sacra, john L. . . . . Sadler, Harold R. .... . Sadler, William W. . . . Safian, Nathan A. .... . Sage, Alfred G., jr. . . . Saks, Abbott G. . . . . .. .. 101 S. Fifth St., Hopewell . 6212 Ellington Ave., Richmond, Va Santoro, Edwin E. . . Saslaw, Mondel K. . . . Saunders, Barry E. . . . . Saunders, Sam G. ........ . Savedge, Henry S., jr. . Savedge, james R. ......................,.... . Sbarbaro, Frederick L., Jr. . ..... Scarpo, Ralph R. ...................... . Shilling, William R. . . . 306 Albemarle Ave., Richmond, . 1839 Berkeley Ave., Petersburg, Marion, . . . . . 13 Oak Lane, Richmond, . . . 614 N. 35th St., Richmond, . . . . . 57 3rd St., Larksville . . . . . Box 183, Coeburn: . . . . . . . . . . . Independence, . . . . 325 Lee St., Hampton, . . .. . 325 Lee St., Hampton, . . . 2501 W. Main St., Richmond, PortRoyal, . . . Route 4, Reids Ferry, Suffolk, . 1523 Lansing Ave., Portsmouth, . . . . . 3313 Scott St., Portsmouth, . . . . . . 412 Stuart Cr., Richmond, . . . 4809 Colonial Ave., Norfolk, Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Pa. Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va . . . 117 Collins Ave., Uniontown, Pa Va 4405 Monument Ave., Richmond, . 1301 Peach Ave., South Boston, Scott, Charles K. .... . Scott, Guy M., jr. . . Scott, joseph T., Jr. ...... . Scott, Scott, Seim, Melvin Mc., jr. . Robert B. ..... . Donald E. ......... . Selden, Murrell Gail Sgro, Robert L. ...... . Sheap, Donald C. .... . Va Shelkey, David L., Jr. . Shepard, Felix E. .... . . . 6034 Jefferson Ave., Newport News, Sheppard, Billy T. ....... . . Sheridan, Joseph P. . . . Shockley, Henry A. . . . Short, Robert E. ..... . Shotwell, Donald P. . . Shotwell, Malcolm G. . . . Va Va Va Va 3613 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, . . . . . . 206 Chestnut St., Suffolk, Littletown, 78 Brook Ave., Englewood, N. J Box 148, Crabtree, Pa . . 1505 W. Broadway, Hopewell, Va . . . . 1600 Brookland Pkwy., Richmond, Va 3020 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va . 4025 Davis Pl., N.W., Washington, D. C. . 1912 Berkeley Ave., Petersburg, Va 113 Grant Ave., East Rockaway, N. Y . . . . 3909 North Ave., Richmond, Va 227NSt.,Keisler,Pa . . . . . .. 7705 Hollins Rd., Richmond, . . . 1611 National St., Richmond, ....................Cardwell, Spanish Villa, Jeannette Va Va Va Va Pa . . . . . RFD 1, Hopewell,,Va Purdy, Brookneal, Brookneal, Shreve, Dan F. ...... . Shreve, Theodore M. . . Shull, Owen C. ..... . Siegel, Murray ..... Silver, Henry B. . . . Skaggs, Fred R. . . . Skaggs, Harry M. . . . . Skeeters, Philip R. ........ . Slusher, William Terry . . . . . . . . .. Route 1, Bayside, . . . . Route 1, Box 238, Bayside, . . ...... 310 Elden St., Herndon, Va Va Va. Va. Va. Va. Soghian, Marshall ...... . . . 3211 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. Somerville, Austin N . . . . .......... Route 13, Richmond, Va. Southworth, Alvin .... ..... 1 13 E. 39th St., Richmond, Va. Spence, Rufus . . . . . . Route 1,Tazewell,Va. Spencer, Hunter ...... . . . 2906 Sir Walter Lane, Hampton, Va. Spivey, Joseph S., Jr. .... ..... 1 305 W. 43rd St., Richmond, Va. Spriggs, Leslie M. .,.. . ...................Reedv1lle,Va. Stancil, Horace L. . . . .... 2121 Clover Rd., Richmond, Va. Stanley, Charles ..... ....... 1 20 Girard St., Danville, Va. Stanley, Conway ....., .... 2 015 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va. Staton, Raymond F. .... . .................. Dillwyn, Va. Stephenson, Jefferson D. . . ................. Smithlield, N. C. Stern, Daniel H. ....... .. . 2510 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. Sternberg, Edwin M. . . . . . 6902 Everview Rd., Richmond, Va. Stevens, Richard L. ..... ............ R FD 2, Fincastle, Va. Stevens, Thomas .....,.......... 2017 Byron St., Richmond, Va. Stokes, Donald Allen, jr. ...... 600 E. Cawson St., Hopewell, Va. Stokes, Robert E. ......... ..... 3 49 E St., Newport News, Va. Stone, Samuel R., III .... ...................... M ines, Va. Stotts, Paul D. ....... . . . 2306 Burnley Ave., Richmond, Va. Straughan, Ogle K. . . . ................. Luttrellville, Va. Streat, Charles M. ....... . Stump, james Wm., jr. . . . Sublett, jimmy Franklin . .. Suyes, john R., jr. ...... . Swaflin, Frederick H., III .... . . . . 817 Forest Ave., Richmond, Boydton, . . . . . Forrest Rd., Bedford, PrinceGeorge . . . . 1625 Pope Ave., Richmond? . 2156 G Ave., Colonial Heights, Swann, Thomas, jr. ............. City Point Apts., Hopewell, Swanson, John F. . . . Anneslie Rd. Baltimore Md. Sweeney, Francis J. . .i Ave., Wdst Haven, Conn. Tackach, Edward I. ..... . Tait, jack E. ...... . Tang, Hing Chang .... Taylor, Charles ....... Taylor, Samuel B., jr. . . . . Teets, Henry E. ........ . Thacker, Maurice W. .... . Thacker, William James, jr Theodose, Thomas G. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 11 jackson Ave., Fords, N. J. ........... Box 546, Chester, Va. HongKong . 3005 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. . 4009 Crutchfield St., Richmond, Va. Amelia,Va. .. . . . . . . . . Route 4, Glen Allen, Va. ..... . . . .. Route 4, Glen Allen, Va. ... . . . . . . . . . . . . Charlottesville, Va. Thiede, Vance .......... Thomas, Allen C. . . . Thomas, Edward A. . . . Thomas , john ...... Thomas, William . . . Thomason, Neils ..... Thompson, Donald ..... Thompson, Girard V. . . . . . . 6225 N. 18th St., Arlington . . . 502 Forest Ave., Martinsville . . . Box 416, Route 4, Richmond Chesterfield . Route 13, Ridge Rd., Richmond . . . 1003 Taylor Ave., Richmond Chatham Thornburg, George M. . . . Tignor, Milton R. ...... . Timberlake, Temple S., Jr. Toler, Arthur G., Jr. .... . Tombes, Averett S. ..... . Towler, Norman Earle, Jr. . . . Travis, john H. ........ . Traylor, Robert G. ..... ' . . . 1206 N. 20th St., Richmond, Va. . . . . Mt. Lucas Rd., Princeton, N. J. Tidey, George F. ........ . . . . . . 2306 Farrand Dr., Richmond, Va. . . . . . Route 1, Box 287, Richmond, Va. 4900 New Kent Rd., Richmond, Va. Goshen,Va. . 821 G St., S.W., Washington, D. C. LynchStation,Va. . . 327 Jefferson St., Petersburg, Va. SouthBoston,Va. Tuck, Woodie Marshall . . . Tucker, Leon C. ..... . Tucker, Lindsay S. . . . . Tuggle, William E. . .. Tulloh, Charles A. . . . . Tulloh, William H. . . . Tunstall, Robert M. .... . . . . 433 Academy St., Madison, N C . . . . . 213 Larne Ave., Richmond Keysville . 1310 Augusta St., Bluefield, W . 1310 Augusta St., Bluefield, W . . . . 4610 Bunn Ave., Richmond . . 3102 W. Grace St., Richmond: . . . . . 203 Seneca Rd., Richmond, . . . . 201 Milford Ave., Newark, N. J. 1421 Greenville Ave., Richmond, Va. 1421 Greenville Ave., Richmond, Va. . 1661 Rose Vissa St., Pasadena, Calif. . . . . Route 2, Box 94, Roanoke, Smith, Harold Linwood .... 102 E. Laburnum Ave., Richmond Smith, Harry L. .............................. Brookneal, Smith, Hugh McIntyre ........ 2701 Fourth Ave., Richmond Smith, james H. ......... Stop 33, Nine Mile Rd., Richmond, Smith Smith Snead , Louis Preston, jr. . . . . , Thomas Jefferson, Hunter C. .. 3409 Rosewood Ave., . . . . 3605 Brook Rd., Snydei', Kenneth S. .............. 405 S. Pine St., Sodomka, Fred ........... 6317 Three Chopt Rd., Richmond Richmond Kenbridgei Richmond, Richmond, a Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Turlington, Edgar L., jr. . . Turner, Garland L. ...... . Tye, Robert Earl ...... Tyler, Bobby B. .... . Urquhart, Robert H. . . . . . . Urquhart, Walter D. . . Vali, Louis B. ............ . Box145,Beach,Va. . . . . 3412 First Ave., Richmond, Va. . Route 2, Staley Rd., Ft. Myers, Fla. 137 Woodbine Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 1829 Shefiield Rd., Roanoke, Va. 203 Lexington Ave., Warren, Pa. Vandergrift, Kennard S., jr. ........ 316 Thomas Dr., Laurel, Md. Vaughan, Roger ............... Via, Richard ............... Vilcins, Gunars ....... Vincent, Byron G., jr. . .. Vranian, Edward B. . . . Wacker, Louis A., jr. . . . Wake, John B. ...... . Walker, Randolph H. . . . . . . Box 584, Lawrenceville, Va. 215 Mt. Vernon Ave., Danville, Va. . . . 1117 Lexan St., Norfolk, Va. . . . . 900 Gates Ave., Norfolk, Va. . 2001 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . Highland Springs, Va. Chester,Va. . . . . .. . . .. Franktown, Va. University of Richmond Off 2 4 7 Wheeling, Clevo O. .... . DIRECTORY Walker, Robert Louis . . . Walters, Larence Lee Wampler, James R. . Waranch, Seeman . . . Ward, Robert H. ..... . Warner, Donald W. . Watson, George N. . Webb, Jay Walden Webber, Charles E., Jr. . . . . Weinstein, Morton Wen, Cheng .... . Wheatley, James H. . . Wheeler, Richard K. . . . . Whitaker, John WJ, III ............ 808 N. Blvd., Richmond, White, Charles R. .........,.................. . White, Paul C. . . . White, Stephen G. . Whitley, Alvin D. . . . Whitlock, Lemuel G. . . Whitmore, James W. . . Wicker, James C. . . Wiggle, Francis A. . Wilkins, William T. . . . . B. .... . . . . 7006 Taylor St., Landover Hills, Md. . . . . . . 1003 Lindsay St., Lynchburg, Va. . 460 South Mason St., Harrisonburg, Va. . . . . . 4402 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. . . . . 6002 Chamberlayne, Richmond, Va. . . . 1100 Peachtree Blvd., Richmond, Va. . 3702 R St., N.W., Washington, D. C. . . . . Route 4, Box 319, Glen Allen, Va. .. . . . . . . . .. 213 Broad St., Salem, Va. . . . 4009 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. Kowloon, Hongkong Va. Va. ...... . . . . . . .. Box 441, Hillsville, Va. Va. Chatham, Va. . . . . 747 Vermont Ave., Portsmouth, Va. . . . 2014 Woodland Rd., Petersburg, Va. Va. 412 Dick Ewell Ave., Colonial Heights, 213 Lafayette Ave., Colonial Heights, . . . . . . . . 106 Grayson Ct., Suffolk, . . . . . . . . . . . Trent Hill, Bassett, Va. . . . . . . . . McKinney, Va. . . . . . Fork Union, Va. . . . . . . . . Buckroe Beach, Va. Capeville,Va. Wilkinson, Michaux H. ........... 750 E. 28th St., Norfolk, Va. Wilkinson, Raymond Leo, Jr., 1616 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. Williams, Bernard H. ,......... 1010 Hinton St., Petersburg, Va. Willingham, Edward B., Jr. Abram, Felice Mae ..... Anderson, Helen Garnetta Anderson, Margaret June Andrews, Betty Jean .... App, Ann Brent ............. Armstrong, Margaret Ann Atkins, Elizabeth Lee . . . Ayre, Jacquelyn Fay ........... 4212 18th St., N.W. Washington, D. C. Westhampto . . .... 922 Brandon Ave., Norfolk, Va. . . . . . . Route 1, Box 16, Flatridge, Va. . . . . . Route 1, Box 16, Flatridge, Va. . . . . . . . . . 218 S. Park St., Marion, Va. 1603 Somerset Dr., Lynchburg, Va. . . . . . . 2271 Cranston St., Cranston, R. I. . . . . . 213 E. Lake Ave., Baltimore, Md. 401 E. Market St., Bethlehem, Pa. Bailey, Elizabeth Hale . . 1304 Washington Ave., South Boston, Va. Baker, Caroyln Frances ........ 3405 Fendall Ave., Richmond, Va. Baker, Helen Patricia ...... 4404 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va. Baldwin, Peggy Anne . . . 228 Shadylane, Knollwood, Dayton, Ohio Ballard, Patricia Anne ........ Route 1, Box 107-A, Windsor, Va. Baumberger, Virginia Marie ...... 4003 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Baumgardner, Nancy Spence . . . 4407 4th St., South, Arlington, Va. Beale, Katherine Burt . . Belcher, Mary Jo ........ Bentley, Susan Elizabeth Betts, Jane Bruce ........ . . . Blevins, Marjorie Dean . . Boatwright, Martha Ellen ............. Boggs, Patricia Ann .... Sparta,Va. . ......... Box 278, Hamlin, W. Va. . . . . . . . . . . .. 801 Park Pl., Hampton, Va. 4615 Bromley Lane, Richmond, Va. . . . . . West Sunset Dr., Knoxville, Tenn. 124 Park St., Marion, Va. 307 N. Second St., Buckroe Beach, Va. Boling, Marylee Virginia, 223 County Line Rd., Newport News, Va. Borjes, Edith Valentine ....... 707 Market St., Wilmington, N. C. Boston, Beulah Anne ........ 5102 Heatherston Rd., Roanoke, Va. Boyer, Janice Jones . ....... 106 E. 23 St., North Wildwood, N. J. Braaten, Marilyn ......, Apt. 1, 2822 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va. Brandt, Joyce Anne ......... 532 Merion Ave., Haddonfield, N. J. Brinkley, Betty Hammond . . . . . . . . 523 Riverview Dr., Suffolk, Va. Broaddus, Phoebe Phillips .... 5503 Willow Lawn, Richmond, Va. Brock, Joyce Leigh ............. 2741 Harrell Ave., Norfolk, Va. Brooks, Carol Alice ...... 604 Commonwealth Ave., Norfolk, Va. Brown, Margaret Elizabeth .......,...... Box 14, Richlands, Va. Bruckman, Shirley Mae .......... 8 River Rd. East, Hampton, Va. Bryan, Billie Marie .... 1474 Clifton St., N.W., Washington, D. C. Buenet, Ann ................ 1514 St. Mary's Dr., Waycross, Ga. Bull, Barbara Lee .............................. Parksley, Va. Bundick, Polly Downing . . . .......... .. ., ..... . . Onancock, Va. Burgess, Jean Helena .... . . . 4607 Fairview Blvd., Norfolk, Va. Burke, Beverly Anne .... . . . 1711 Hugenot Rd., Richmond, Va. Burnett, Edith Wells . ........ 403 Clifton Hgts., Newport, Tenn. Burns, Mary Ellen ..... .... 5 330 C. Carnarron Dr., Norfolk, Va. Burroughs, Alice Jean . . . ..... 156 Sir Oliver Rd., Norfolk, Va. Cardwell, Ann Evans .......... 10 Lexington Rd., Richmond, Va. Carpenter, Elizabeth Bowman. .2825 Guilford Ave., Baltimore, Md. Carpenter, Joan Carole ...... 215 Maryland Ave., Portsmouth, Va. Carpenter, Nancy Angeline ................... Brxghtwood, Va. Carr, Marietta ........................ . . ..... McKenney, Va. l l l 1 IL 7 Willis, George Meneffee, Jr. 1 515 Colonial Ave., Colonial Heights, Va. Wilson, James M., III ....... 76 Cedar Ave., Newport News, Va. Wilson, Jennings L., Jr. ..............,........ Raven, Va. Wilson., Robert D. ...... .... R oute 8, Box 652, Richmond, Va. Wf1f5h1fC, Charles F. . . . . . . 3409 VU. Grace St., Richmond, Va. Wimmer, Bobby W. ..... . . . 848 18th St., Newport News, Va. Winkler, Robert G. .... . . 3015 Sunset Ave., Richmond, Va. Wingfield, Benjamin F. .... .... 1 11 Cherry Ave., Hampton, Va. Witcher, Nollie A., Jr. . . . ............. Route 3, Gretna, Va. Witt, Robert M. ....... ................ G eorgetown, Tenn. Witty, William V. . . . .... 45 Poplar Ave., Newport News, Va. Wood, Robert C. ....... .... 8 025 W. Glen Rd., Norfolk, Va. Wood, Roy C. ................. 407 S. Center St., Ashland, Va. Woodhn, Richard A., Jr. ...... 2105 Camille Dr., Richmond, Va. Wooldridge, John B., Jr. . . . . . 2113 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va. Wooten, William R., Jr. . . . . . . RFD 5, Box 40, Richmond, Va. Worrell, Richard H., Jr. ............... Route 1, Richmond, Va. Wright, Ben H. ................, 112 Federal St., Sandston, Va. Wright, George E. ........ 5414 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. Wulchin, Stephen G. . . . ....... Brown Apts. 22, Hopewell, Va. Wyatt, Robert R. ..... . . . 1000 Register Pkwy., Richmond, Va. Yagel, Gerald T. ...... . . . 6431 Roselawn Rd., Richmond, Va. Yeatman, Julian H., Jr. , ................ Fork Union, Va. Yerby, John D. ........ .... 2 04 Roanoke St., Richmond, Va. Zacharias, William K. .... .... 3 305 Garland Rd., Richmond, Va. Zuber, Sidney H. ...... . . . 1100 Horsepen Rd., Richmond, Va. Carroll, Janice Pearl ........... Route 1, Box 74, Warrenton, Va. Carroll, Margaret Anne . . 2902 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va. Carter, Carolyn .............. 409 Roseneath Rd., Richmond, Va. Carter, Jean Colvin ........... 705 Kingston Rd., Baltimore, Md. Cather, Jane Shoop ......... 302 S. Braddock St., Winchester, Va. Chandler, Alice Barbara . ..... 808 Oak Ave., Waynesboro, Va. Chisholm, Mariah Louise .... 2325 Kenwood Ave., Richmond, Va. Christo, Eugenia Olga ........... 212 S. Monroe St., Albany, Ga. Clark, Greta Anne ....... . . . 3007 Noble Ave., Richmond, Va. Clark, Martha Eppes . . . ................. New Canton, Va. Clark, Rue Diane ..... ....... 2 218 Windsor Ave., Roanoke, Va. Cohen, Anne Rae . . . . . . 2406 Maplewood Ave., Richmond, Va. Cohen, Natalie ............. 3417 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. Comess, Esta Harriet .,.......... 909 Redgate Ave., Norfolk, Va. Copeland, Elizabeth Lamar .... 2612-C Walmer Ave., Norfolk, Va. Cranford, Rugh Jackley ...... 2418 Bransford Dr., Richmond, Va. Crawford, Carolyn Lee ..................... Camp Pickett, Va. Creath, Alice Fountaine ..... 1518 Nottoway Ave., Richmond, Va. Creath, Mary Aylett ........ 1518 Nottoway Ave., Richmond, Va. Crittenden, Jean Adelaide .................. .... D ahlgren, Va. Crittenden, Lucy Helen ...................... Hardysville, Va. Cronin, Barbara Jane ...... 19 N. Mountain Ave., Montclair, N. J. Cullers, Sara Jane ..... 211 E. Congress St., Charles Town, W. Va. Davenport, Lilajean ................. Route 6, Hagerstown, Davis, Betty Louise ...... 2516 Wycliffe Ave., S.W., Roanoke Davis, Louise ....... ......... 2 15 Sunset Dr., Richmond s 1 Davis, Nancy Jane ....... 2516 Wyclilfe Ave., S.W., Roanoke, Dawson, Barbara Anne ........ Day, Anna Macon ......... Decker, Evelyn Pauline . Deter, Joann Hazel ...... . . . Dornon, Sarah Catherine Doubles, Elanor Jane . . . Dowdy, Betty Louise . . . Downing, Jacqueline Orrell. Drake, Joan Beverly ....... Dranchak, Rose Marie ............ Dwyer, Phyllis Marie .... Eckert, Joan Alma ...., Edmonds, Phyllis Lois ..... 3416 Wythe Ave., Richmond, . . . . . RFD, Shepherdstown, W. . . . . . . . 947 Morehead, Roanoke, 594 S. Main St., Harrisonburg, . . . . . 409 Bluff Ave., Canonsburg, . . 5304 New Kent Rd., Richmond RFD 2, Ashland, .1005 W. 4th St., Huntington, W. . . . . . 1620 Kenwood, Alexandria, 2520 Dana St., Richmond, . . . 129 Kentucky Ave., Norfolk, a . 3315 Dorchester Rd., Baltimore, . . . 2928 Lincoln Ave., Richmond, Md. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Pa. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Md. Va. Eichelberger, Mary Elizabeth ...... 7403 Major Ave., Norfolk, Va. Elder, Janet Leslie . . 72 Willowdale Ave., Port Washington, N. Y. Elliott, Bette Lou ........... 422 44th St., West Palm Beach, Fla. Elliott, Janice Ann ................ RR 1, Marshalltown, Iowa Elliott, Judith Rountree ....... 6716 Linbrook Dr., Richmond, Va. Ellis, Alice Neil ........ ................... C hamplain, Va. Embrey, Myra Frances . . . .... 5502 Lambeth Rd., Bethesda, Md. English, Margaret ..... ...... F ourteenth St., Altavista, Va. 248V The 1953 Web DIRECTORY Entsminger, Ruth Marie ......................... Bon Air, Va. Erdmanis, Velta ........ .'. . . . 4705 Gateway Ter., Baltimore, Md. Evans, Annette Judd ........ 2308 Memorial Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Evans, Elizabeth Walker . . . Evans, Shirley Morgan . . . Farley, Marjorie Gordon . . . Felvey, Myra Dlavis .... . . Fleet, Elizabeth Ross . . . . . Fling, Nancy Taylor ..... Forbes, Frances Anne . ..... Freeman, Cameron Mayson . . . . 1815 W. 45th St., Richmond, Va. . . . . 4706 Rolfe Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . 7105 Hillsdale Dr., Richmond, Va. Route 4, Richmond,Va. . . 201-A W. South St., Frederick, Md. . . . . 1209 N. Utah St., Arlington, Va. . . . . . . 26 Woodfin Rd., Warwick, Va. 1230 Woodward Ave., Montgomery, Ala. French, Beverley Page .... Fugate, Rita Joe ......... Gambill, Mildred Lois ...., Gardner, Alice Ruth ..... Garrett, Anne Shirlee .... Garrido, Maritza. . .Ave. D Garter, Betty Ann ....... Gartner, Renee ........,.. Gee, Phyllis Ullmont ...... George, Margaret Lou .... Gilbert, Mary Luella ...... Gill, Jane Rachel ......... Gilman, Marguerite Page . Glantz, Barbara Helen ..,.. Glenn, Margaret Hart . . . Godfrey, Dorothy Anne . . Gooch, Margaret Ann .... Gooden, Jewel ........... Goodman, Elisa Linda ..... Gouldin, Ruth ........... Graham, Nancy Feild . . . Grande, Marianna ..... Gravlee, Leila Carolyn . . . Gray, Mary Wingate ...... Greenberg, Dorothy Axel . . Greenlee, Mary Marguerite . Groth, Angela Margaret . . . Guaraldi, Hope Ida ....... Gustin, Jacquelin Eileen . . Guthrie, Betty J. ...... . Hagen, Roberta Ann ...... Haley, Gwendolyn Celeste Hall, Margaret Evans .... Hammock, Marcella Ann . Hancock, Doris ......... Hanson, Evelyn Maxine . . Harasymiw, Larissa Maria . . Hardy, Anne Buchanan .... Harrell, Velda Mae ....... . . . . . . Route 9, Box 227, Richmond, Va. Harshbarger, Mary Ann . . Hart, Charlotte Christine . Hartz, Anne Stuart ....,. Harvey, Nancy Lou ...... Hawayek, Antoinette .... Hecht, Judith Ann ...... Helms, Elizabeth Ann .... Henley, Charlotte Louise . . Hill, Ola Frances ......... Hodges, June Laurie ...... . 7205 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va. ........................WlSC,V3. . 2910 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va. Laurinsburg,N.C. . . . . . . . 36 Randolph Rd., Warwick, Va. e Diego, 447, Box 186, Rio Piedras, P. R. . . . . 7004 Lakewood Dr., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . . 700 Seward, Detroit, Mich. . . . 1025 W. High St., Petersburg, Va. 737 Monroe St., Roanoke Rapids, N. C. . 107 Buckingham Circle, Norfolk, Va. . . . 2804 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. . . . 2414 Garland Ave., Richmond, Va. . 312 E. Acacia Rd., Milwaukee, Wisc. Moratt1co,Va. . . . . 6746 Glenbrook Rd., Bethesda, Md. Goiser, Mary Virginia ..... . 112 S. Ivy Ave., Highland Springs, Va. .....................Somerset,Va. . . . . . . . . 209 Oakwood, Hopewell, Va. . . 603 Mulberry Rd., Martinsville, Va. . 1205 Laburnum Ave., Richmond, Va. Jarrett,Va. . . . 2215 Keswick Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . .. . .. Box 86, Sumiton, Ala. Waverly,Va. . . . . . . 207 Seneca Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . 15239 Cedar Grove, Detroit, Mich. . . . . . 5013 Sylvan Rd., Richmond, Va. .. . . . South Boulevard, Nyack, N. Y. . . . . 518 Third St., S.W., Roanoke, Va. . . . 3901 Decatur St., Richmond, Va. . . . 3900 W. Broad St., Richmond, Va. ...............Box602,Ashland,Va. .....,..........'RD3,Bethlehem,Pa. . . 701 Brunswick Ave., Blackstone, Va. BonAir,Va. .. . . 512 Goddard Rd., Bethesda, Md. . . . 311 N. 19th St., Richmond, Va. .. . . . . . . . . . Fine Creek Mills, Va. Meadows-ofDan,Va. . . . . . . . . Route 3, Box 33, Fairfax, Va. . 4824 E. Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 4510 Hilltop Dr., Lynchburg, Va. 64 Washington St., Santurce, Puerto Rico 3115 Bute Lane Richmond, Va. i 3026 Brighton St., Portsmouth Va. Manakin:Va. . . . . . . . 68 Cherry Ave., Hampton, Va. . . 2203 Rosewood Ave., Richmond, Va. Hodkinson, Elizabeth .......... 913 Riverside Dr., Richmond, Va. Hogge, Virginia Anne ..... . . . . . . . . 7 Terrace Rd., Hampton, Va. Holloman, Delphine . . . . Bldg. 8, Apt. 2, D. H. U., Richmond, Va. Holsinger, Martha Ann .... Honts, Ellen Gray ....... Howard, Norma Mae .... . . 721 Mulberry Rd., Martinsville, Va. ........... Box 108, Front Royal Va. 1 ....... 614 W. 25th St., Richmond, Va. Hubble, Eliza Graham ................ 325 Lee St., Marion, Va. Hudgins, Louise Mae, 4633 Windom Pl., N.W., Washington, D. C. Hudson, Charlotte Ray .... Huffman, Doris Jean ...... Hull, Josephine Frieda . . . Hunt, Virginia Lee .... Hunter, Leonora Sue .... Hurt, Mary Hobson . ...... Huse, Helen La Verne ..... Hyde, Mildred Williams . . . Jackson, Edith Nourse ..... James, Charlotte Rose . . James, Mary Lula ...... . . . . . 5115 Sylvan Rd., Richmond, Va. Stanley,Va. . . . . 3308 Fifth Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 311 Rosslyn Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . . 733 Maryland Ave., Norfolk, Va. . . . . . . . . . .. Banta Rd., Culpeper, Va. . . 7007 Lakewood Dr., Richmond, Va. . . 405 Beechwood Dr., Richmond, Va. . . 210 W. View St., Harrisonburg, Va. . . . . 2719 Henrico Dr., Richmond, Va. ...................Eastv1lle,Va. Jarrett, Nancy Lee ....... Jenkins, Barbara ........... Jennings, Anne Larraine .... Johnson, Lucia Porcher ..... Johnson, Nancy ........... . . . 512 Bancroft Ave., Richmond, Va. GlenAllen,Va. Ashland,Va. 800 Pittsboro Rd., Chapel Hill, N. C. 1517 Laburnum Ave., Richmond, Va. Johnston, Doris Jean . ....... . ..... ............ S omerset, Va. Johnston, Janet Ross ....... Jones, Helen Carol . . ..... . Jones, Virginia Carter ...... 4407 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va. 2314 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va. . 121 Powhatan Pkwy., Hampton, Va. Kailing, Norma Lee .................. Box 532 Wilcoe, W. Va. Kantner, Geraldine Larue. . .5828 N. Marshall St., Philadelphia, Pa. Kantner, Marjorie Lorraine. .5828 N. Marshall St., Philadelphia, Pa. Kantner, Patricia Ann ..... 5828 N. Marshall St., Philadelphia, Pa. Katz, Toby ................... 255 W. 84 St., New York, N. Y. Keeton, Marilyn Vannette, 2611 Carolina Ave., S.W., Roanoke, Va. Keevan, Patricia Ann ........ Route 1, Box 175-B, Petersburg, Va. Kegan, Suzanne Cathel ................ Sunset Dr., Denton, Md. Kendall, Betty Lou ....... 4813 W. Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va. Kennedy, Kathryn ........... 2633 Ballentine Blvd., Norfolk, Va. Kennell, Naomi Florence .......,. 1706 4th Ave., Richmond, Va. Kersey, Bettie Mayhugh ....... 608 W. Cork St., Winchester, Va. Kilby, Jacquelyn Ann ....... 1222 Blue Ridge Ave., Culpeper, Va. Kilpatrick, Faye Louella ...... Pine Chapel Station, Hampton, Va. King, Ann Whitman .......... 502 W. Seventh St., Radford, Va. Kirby, Louise Thorp .... 814 St. Christopher's Rd., Richmond, Va. Kizzia, Arnett ........... Knobel, Janet Carolyn .... Konkle, Barbara Jane ..... . . . . . Mount Holly Rd., Katonah, N. Y. 4203 Kingcrest Pkwy., Richmond, Va. Kleinkopf, Barbara Helen . . . . . . . . 118 Leslie Ave., Baltimore, Md. . 1062 Bellevue Dr., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. Krause, Mary Caroline .......... Pt. Pleasant, Bucks County, Pa. Lamm, Ursula Harriet . . .K 1805 Greenville Ave., Richmond, Va. Lanier, Jane Nye ............... 25 Brown Apts., Hopewell, Va. Lassiter, Peggie Ann ...... Lay, Nancy Eunice ..... Lear, Betty Lee .......... Leonard, Josephine Sue . . . Lesser, Barbara Louise .... LeSueur, Virginia Phillips . Levy, Jacqueline ........ 1 Lindsay, Maxine Eleanor . . Livesay, Anne Carol ..... Logan, Mary Anne . .... . Lovelace, Virginia Mae . . . . . . . . 1026 King St., Windsor, N. C. .......... . Box 494, Coeburn, Va. . . . 722 Northside Ave., Richmond, Va. Ch1ncoteague,Va. . . . . . . . 101 E. 44th St., Savannah, Ga. . . . . . 9 Long Crescent Dr., Bristol, Va. . . . . 32 Frank Clarke, Sumter, S. C. . . . . . . . . Route 2, Wortliville, Ky. . . . 6412 Roselawn, Richmond, Va. . . . . 615 Mt. Vernon Ave., Salem, Va. . . . . . . 923 Delaware Ave., Suffolk, Va. Lucas, Betty Mozingo ..... 2510 Avenel Ave., S.W., Roanoke, Va. MacMullan, Katherine Vance .......... Box 668, South Hill, Va. Magyar, Barbara Jean . . 28 Lexington Ave., South Norwalk, Conn. Mandel, Natalie Carole ........ 3907 Newport Ave., Norfolk, Va. Mandiola, Mercedes .......... Xifre No. 16 2 pisa, Havana, Cuba Manuel, Mary Kathryn ....... 115 W. Shipe St., Front Royal, Va. Mapp, Laura Susan ..... . ........ . ...... Nassawadox, Va. Markel, Phylis Ann .............. 219 Oak Lane, Richmond, Va. Martin, Jean Carolyn ........ 3514 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. Maschke, Michaela Joanna Maria, 5212 Wythe Ave., Richmond, Va. Mason, Gracia Lea ..... 1918 Franklin Ave., Colonial Heights, Va. Mason, Marie Joy ..... 1918 Franklin Ave., Colonial Heights, Va. Mason, Shirley Lee ............................. Naruna, Va. Massie, Evelyn Mae .......................... Lowesville, Va. McCarty, Alice Hardwicke . . . , . . 105 Grace St., Mt. Airy, N. C. McCraw, Barbara Juanita ......................... Bassett, Va. McCray, Nancy Page .................... Box 302, Bassett, Va. McElroy, Patricia Ann ........ 4600 Cutshaw Ave., Richmond, Va. McGhee, Phyllis Marlene, 626 Westover Hills Blvd., Richmond, Va. Melton, Helen Marie ........ 501 Tuckahoe Blvd., Richmond, Va. Menefee, Emily Smoot .............. 160 S. Court St., Luray, Va. Menzel, Sara Lee ...... ..... 5 208 Reedy Ave., Richmond Va. s Mepham, Betty Gayle ....... Route 1, Box 43, Williamsburg, Va. Merritt, Jean Jacqueline ...... 2535 Ballentine Blvd., Norfolk, Va. Milhiser, Claire ............ 4207 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va. Miller, Beryl Louise ......... 1922 Stanford Rd., Columbus, Ohio Minor, Patricia Nelson .......... 1828 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Miskimon, Archer ......... 1 Hampton Hills Rd., Richmond, Va. Mitchell, Anne Jean ....... 116 Longstreet, Highland Springs, Va. Montgomery, Betty Lewis ..... 7106 Pine Tree Rd., Richmond, Va. Moody, Lois Atwood ........ 1663 Shadyside Rd., Baltimore, Md. Moore, Barbara Fleetwood ....... 700 Ramapo Rd., Teaneck, N. J. Moore, Evelyn Mae ............................ Moseley, Va. Moore, Nancy Lee ......... 1831 Westover Ave., Petersburg, Va. Moran Patricia Orton, 2853 Ontario Rd., N.W., Washington, D. C. Moring, Margaret Macon ...... 312 Lexington Rd., Richmond, Va. Morris, Elizabeth Ann ........... 57 Stratford Rd., Warwick, Va. Morris, Margaret Glenn ........ 2118 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va. Moscoso, Marea Consuelo .... 1715 Berkeley Ave., Petersburg, Va. University of Richmond C21 2 4 9 DIRECTORY Moyer, Roberta Ann .... . . . . 834 Augusta St., Bluefield, W. Va Mullin, Mary Moore ............ 710 Parkway, Bluefield, W. Va Muntzing, Joyce Elaine ........................ Broadway, Va Murden, Virginia Beauchamp . . 1531 Spratley St., Portsmouth, Va Mur h Ho eAlice ...........................Kinsale,Va. P Y, P - Murray, Anne Patricia ...... 724 S. St. Asaph St. Alexandria Murray, Carol Everett . . . , , Va. 4960 Hillbrook Lane, Washington, D. C. Neale, Carolyn Norton. .Veterans Hospital, Mountain Home, Tenn Nelson, Diane Elise ........ Nelson, Mary Ida ........... Newman, Lucy Jane .... 415 Rockbridge Rd., Portsmouth, Va. 110 Manchester Ave., Danville, Va. 613 Watt St., Martinsville, Va. Nicholson, Nancy Belle, 90-31 Whitney Ave., Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. Norman, Patricia Anne ....... 6157 Westwood Ter., Norfolk, Va. O'Bannon, Betty Thomas, 258 N. Washington St., Falls Church, Va. Omohundro, Julia Anne ..... 16 Prospect Ter., East Orange, N. J. O'Neill, Nancy Joyce ............... Lee Hi Park, Roanoke, Va. Orange, Carolyn Lee ...... . . . RFD 14, Box 329, Richmond, Va. Ormerod, Jeanne Marie ........ 98 Godwin Ter., Westwood, N.J. Ovin ton Susan Van Meter 1719 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. g , . . . Owen, Ruth Daniel ............... Pace, Janet Louise .... Pair, June Mizelle .... Pappas, Helen ......... Parrish, Betty Jean ....... . Patterson, Honor Frances Paul, Geraldine Winnie . Peery, Margaret Ann .... Pettit, Ann Lindsay ..... Philips, Arcadia Dowdell . . . . 310 Maycock Ave., Norfolk, Va. . . . 12 E. Magruder St., Sandston, Va. . . . . . . 413 S. Davis, Richmond, Va. I ......... Box 421, Emporia, Va. 3200 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va. 1623 Watts Ave., Roanoke, Va. NorthTazewell,Va. Perry, Sue Kerfoot ....................,..... Ridgecrest, N. C. 2928 Second Rd., N., Arlington, Va. .... . . . . . . . Burkeville,Va. 5212 Partridge Lane, N.W., Washington, D. C. Pitt, Mary Alma ............. 210 Everglade Rd., Baltimore, Md. Plunkett, Faye Carol .... Plunkett eanne Marie . . . . 1422 Avondale Ave., Richmond, Va. 1422 Avondale Ave., Richmond, Va. , J ...... Pollard, Barbara Bell .... ..... 7 15 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. Potter, Judith Ann ..... Powell, Patricia Ann .... Priddy, June Beverly .... Putnam, Kathryn Marie . . . . . . . 1601 Tucker Ave., Richmond, Va. . . ..... 221 Buchanan, Pittsburgh, Pa. Pratt, Barbara Buckley .... .. . 304 S. Pine St. .................PortRoyal,Va. , Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . Box 462, West Point, Va. Quin, Susan Northcross ....... 2626 Richelieu Ave., Roanoke, Va. Rainey, Ealiene .....,.. . . . 588 Harpersville Rd., Warwick, Va. Raney, Norma Fay ........... 632-D N. 32nd St., Richmond, Va. Reamy, Lois Madison . . . Reilly, Margaret Jackson . Reynolds, Barbara Allen . Riddle, Nancy Elizabeth . Goby,Va. 3119 Rendale Ave., Richmond,Va. WestPoint,Va. . . . . . 833 Martinsville Rd., Danville, Va. Riordan, Carole Dorothy ...... 5101 Oaklawn Rd., Baltimore, Md. Robinson, Marian Montez . . . 1800 N. Herndon St., Arlington, Robinson, Sarah Belle ......... Route 2, Box 209, Petersburg, Rosenberger, Elizabeth Ann ......... 175 E. Main St., Luray, Va. Va. Va. Roskein, Patricia Ann ....... 150 Harrison St., East Orange, N. J. Ruddle, Jean Olin ...... Russell, Joanne ........ Box 509, Hot Springs, Va. Clarksville,Va. Rutherford, Billie Jane . . . . . . 712 Maryland Ave., Bristol, Tenn Saleeba, Emma Louise ...... 3224 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va Saunders, Eugenia Oudin 3468 Upland Ter., N.W., Washington, D. C Saunders, Jane ......... Sawyer, Margaret Lee . . . Saylor, Jane ........... Schaefers, Elizabeth . . . Sheema, Jane Mary . . . Sherman, Sara Ward .... Shomo, Patricia Jean .... . . . . 402 N. Sheppard St., Richmond, Va. Gatesville,N.C . . 108 Prince George Ave., Hopewell, Va ........ 35 Polo Rd., Great Neck, N. Y . . . 6701 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va 266 Belleview Ave Oran e Va . . . . ., g , . . .... 500 Ott St., Harrisonburg, Va Shuler, Carlene Gilbert ......................... Somerset, Va Silverman, Dorothy Hicks Simpson, Suzanne ...... Sink, Dorothy Jean ..... Smith, Dorothy Sue .... Smith, Ethel ......... Smith, Janie Lou . ,. 25052 . . . . . . 4014 Wythe Ave., Richmond, Va . . . . . 309 Maple Ave., Rocky Mount, Va . . . 3321 Valley View Ave., Roanoke, Va . . . . . . . . . 504 Ninth St., Altavista, Va ... . . . .. 320 S. 12th St., Griffin, Ga RoseHill,Va. Smith, Margaret ....... 4435 Ewing Ave., S.E., Washington, D. C. Smith, Marjorie Theresa . . . 2116 31st St., S.E., Washington, D. C. Smoker, Dorothy Barbara ...... 734 Drexel Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. Smyth, Ann Baker ...... Snyder, Joyce E. ..... . . . . 3116 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. . . . 513 Monroe Pl., Falls Church, Va. Sorce, Marilyn Edith ........ 132 Crompton Rd., Waynesboro, Va. Sowers, Susan Eleanor ...... 2222 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. Soyars, Jane ................ . ......... ...... . . Saltville, Va. Speeks, Ida Mae ....... . ............... Mouth of Wilson, Va. Stembridge, Elizabeth Leigh . . . . . . . Elson Ave., Altavista, Va. Stephenson, Lillian Wallace ................. . . . Wakefield, Va, Stewart, Mary Helen ................. 117 E. Park, Norton, Va. Stiff, Dorothy Lee ....... 519 W. Burke St., Martinsburg, W. Va. Stouch, Nancy Elizabeth . ......... 446 W. Market St., York, Pa. Straus, Carole Ann .......... 219 S. Mulberry St., Richmond, Va. Street, Margaret H. . . . . Stubbs, Helen Avis .... Stump, Patricia Louise . . . Swain, Mary Virginia . . . Tartarsky, Gladys ..... .... . . . . . . . . RFD 1, Midlothian,Va. . . . 3520 Gunston Rd., Alexandria, Va. Box 153, Boydton,Va. . . . 65 Scheerer Ave., Newark, N. J. . . . . RFD 12, Box 395, Richmond, Va. Taylor, Margery Moore .... . . . 4005 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. Taylor, Shirley Anne ........ 3520 Maryland Ave., Richmond, Va. Thabet, Barbara Ruth .... 1012 Edgewood Dr., Charleston, W. Va. Thomas, Rosa Ann ........... 2216 Windsor Ave., Roanoke, Va. Thomas, Virginia Maitland 4818 Chevy Chase Dr., Chevy Chase, Md. Thompson, Helen Hamilton .... 94 Allegahany Rd., Hampton, Va. Thompson, Sara Wells ...... 426 Kenswick St., Clifton Forge, Va. Thurston, Miriam Churchill. .809 Hackberry Lane, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tillman, Ann Louise ......... Route 37, Box 472, Richmond, Va. Tischler, Sandra Lee . . . Troy, Sylvia .......... Tuchmann, Frances .... Tucker, Leta May ..... Turner, Barbara Anne . . . . . . . 259 Parker Ave., Maplewood, N. J. . . . . 4410 Bromley Lane, Richmond, Va. . . . . . 203 Granby Pkwy., Norfolk, Va. Route 2, Chester,Va. . . . . . . 4401 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Varney, Lola Faye ......... 406 Watkins St., Williamson, W. Va. Vaughan, Ruby Marie .............. 4 Clark Rd., Richmond, Va. Velez, Amalita Marie , . . . Waal, Carla Mae ........ . . . . . . 11 N. Linden St., Richmond, Va. 608 St. Christopher Rd., Richmond, Va. Wagner, Mary Alice ........ 318 Winona Ave., Philadelphia., Pa. Wagstaff, Edna Adelaide ..................... Marionville, Va. Wallace, Mary Carolyn .......... Route 2, Meadows of Dan, Va. Ward, Shirley Ann . . 3901 Illinois Ave., N.W., Washington, D. C. Warner, Alice Elizabeth ........... 421 N. Blvd., Richmond, Va. Warren, Barbara Ann . . 3616 Cornell Blvd., Winston-Salem, N. C. Washburn, Costello Mae ...... 711 Jefferson St., Martinsville, Va. Watson, Mary Lou .......... 683 National Ave., Winchester, Va. Waxter, Peggy Ewing .... Weaver, Joan Arlene .... .. . . . . . . 4721 E. Lane, Baltimore, Md. . . . . 1308 Whitby Rd., Richmond, Va. Webb, Marion Osborne ........................ Manakin, Va. Weil, Jacqueline Mae ...... 1104 Tuckahoe Lane, Alexandria, Va. Weinberg, Marion Ann ..... 211 Conway Ct., South Orange, N. J. Wesley, Audrey May ................ Route 2, Branchville, N. J. Whaley, Barbara Anne ...... 343 Hamilton Ave., Portsmouth, Va. Wheat, Harriet .... 3140 Aberfoyle Pl., N.W., Washington, D. C. Va White, Segar Belle ............................. Waverly, . Whitlow, Aurelia ....... Wilder, Betty Jane ...... Wilkerson, Marion Clark Willcoxon ane Ro ers . . . . . . . . 513 Milton St., Richmond, Va. . . . . . 2715 Semmes Ave., Richmond, Va. Chuckatuck,Va. 4013 Clifton Ave., Richmond, Va. , J g ....... Williams, Betty Jane .........,... Route 1, Box 10, Norfolk, Va. Williams, Elizabeth Carver Williams, Nell Burrell . . . Wilson, Jane Irving ..... Winstead, Mary Joyce . . . Witherington, Harriet Lee Wong, Carmen .....,... Woodall, Ann Louise .... Yeaman, Ann Carol ..... . . . 3017 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . 1700 Fairfax Ave., Petersburg, Va. . . . . 2514 Seminary Ave., Richmond, Va. Luttrellville,Va. . . . . . . . 2248 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 52-50 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . 9906 River Rd., Newport News, Va. . . . . 517 Tuckahoe Blvd., Richmond, Va. Young, Mary Ethel, 4527 Fessenden St., N.W., Washington, D. C. Zehner, Ruth Louise ............. 1408 Linden St., Reading, Pa. Zickmantel, Brigitte Agnes ......... Av. de Los Manguitos No. 3, Las Delicias, Sabana Grande, Caracas, Venezuela The 1953 Web . . 411 Delaware Ave., Charleston, W. Va Taylor, Richard H. C. DIRECTORY Anderson, George B. . . Armstrong, Herman P.. Ashby, James R., Jr. . . . Blackwell, Malcolm K. . Bloom, Allan S. .... . Bolton, William B. . . Bowers, Beverly B. . . . Brancato, Peter ....... Broadwell, Waverly R. . Browning, Philip M., Jr. Bruce, Robert D. ..... . Byrd, Bruce L. ..... . Cantor, Eddie ......... Chatiin, William W. . . . Chewning, William C. . Clanton, Jack R. ..... . Connelly, Crawley C., Jr. Consolvo, Ernest C. . . . Corry, Clinton B. ..... . Cory, Walter J., Jr. . . . Daniel, Arthur B., Jr. . . T. C. Williams School of Law . . . . . . . . . 700 N. Main St., Danville .505 Moorman Ave., Colonial Heights 3215 Parkwood Ave., Richmond . . . . . 5324 Michael Ave., Richmond . . . . 403 Harlan Circle, Richmond ..... Fries, 1 y s s 1 Timherville, . . . 11 Susquehanna Ave., Barnesboro, Pound Branham, Hudson . ........ ...............,.. 4715 Kensington Ave., Richmond . . . . . . . . 306 Clovelly Rd., Richmond 1 a 1 . . ....... L ...... Box 101, Bastian, . . . . . . . Box 342, Bramwell, W. . . . . 4202 Augusta Ave., .. . . . . 2703-A Stuart Ave .. . . . . 4304 Hanover Ave .......818-DE.45thSt . . . 2529 Kensington Ave., 's -1 Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond . ....... 909 Camp Ave., Norfolk: . . . . . 2401 Floyd Ave., . . . . 6732 Miami Ave., 1626-A W. Grace St., Richmond Richmond Richmond, Richmond Davis, Carle E. ...... . 1120 W. Grace St., Apt. 15, Devore Kenneth I. ............... Box 448 Christiansbur 1 s 1 S Dishner, Jerry E. . . . ....................... Gate City, Dugger, James M. .............. 500 Buffalo St., Farmville, Eacho, Harrison C., Jr. Esposito, Dominick J. . . Finney, Willard R. . . Flournoy, J. Edward . . . Foreman, James H. . . . . Given, L. Walter ..... Gregory, William N., Jr. Gross, Milton O. ............. . Hall, Dorman T. . . . Harris, Frank D. . . . Hewitt, James F. . . . . Hubbard, James M. . . . . Jeffreys, Herndon P., Jr. Keane, Daniel A. .... . Keene, Ellen M. . . . . Keeter, Shanley .... . Kelley, Roland B. .... . Kelly, Jacob H., III .... Kelly, James B. .... . Kenneday, Leroy R. . . Leech, Kenneth R. . . . Lewis, Howell S. . . . . Lindley, J. Owen, Jr. . . Lutins, Harvey S. . . . . King William Court House, King William, . . . . . . . . 1609 Charles St., Richmond . . . . . . 7103 Walford Ave., Richmond . . Penhook, Va . . . 3503 Edgewood Ave., Richmond, Va , Va . . . 3011 Seminary Ave., . . . . . . 1535 Charles St., ...... 710 Bancroft Ave., 16 Malvern Ave., Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond v . . . . 812 Manteo St., Apt. 1, Norfolk, Va . . . . . . . . 727 Shirley Ave., Norfolk, Va . . . . . . . 66 Gresham Court, Richmond, Va . . . . . Brookwood Rd., Bon Air, Va . . . . 107 Race Course St., Ashland, Va . . .' 227 Queens Rd., Charlotte, N. C . . . . 7 Greenway Lane, Richmond, Va ......... Rt. 3, Box 237, Norfolk, Va . . . . 223 Bonner St., Washington, N. C . . . 209 Camp Ave., New Albany, Miss RFD 7,Richmond,Va. . . . . . Box 237, Rt. 3, Hampton, Va. . . . . . . . . . . . . Guilford College, N. C. . . . . 2406 Longview Ave., Roanoke, Va. MacDonald, Neil A., 3004 Monument Ave., Apt. 11, Richmond, Va. Manson, William A. .......... 26 Lexington Ave., Richmond, Va. Mapp, Harry L., Jr. ....................... RFD, Exmore, Va. Marshall, Edmund G. . . 2107 Wiltshire Blvd., Huntington, W. Va. Martin, William H., Jr. ........ 4 Cowardin Ave., Richmond, Va. Mattox, Richard D. .... .... R oute 1, Box 621, Norfolk, Va. McAfee, Carl E. ......... ...................... N orton, Va. McNider, James S., Jr. .............. Grubb St., Hertford, N. C. Mervine, Charles E., Jr. . . . . 2120 Oakwood Lane, Richmond, Va. Moncure, Michael W., III . . 1404 Brookland Pkwy., Richmond, Va. Moody, Jaspar fJackJ A. ..................... Siler City, N. C. Moore, Walter V., Jr. Motley, Silas A. .... . Murphy, Raymond R. . . . O'Bryan, John D., Jr. Omohundro, Ellen L. Ooghe, Nettie S. . . . . Owen, John W. . . . . Pickett, Owen B. . . . Renney, James W. . . . Rison, George T., III . . . Roberson, James C. . . Rogers, Betty B. .... . Rogers, Kenneth C. . . Rosner, Charles P. ........ . Roupas, Andrew N. . Savage, Harold B. . . . Sayre, Truman L. . . Shalfer, Harold ..... Shaia, Harry, Jr. . . . . Shepherd, Ray R., Jr. Smith, Richard E. . . . Smouse, Richard R. . . Stephenson, Lucius H. Stone, Paul R. ..... . Sullivan, William S. . Terry, Daniel F. . . . . Thompson, Donald R. Turner, Kenneth W. . Warren, Clifton L. . . Watson, James M. . . . West, Hugh A. .... . Wicker, J. Tivis .......... Wilhoit Kenneth S. . 4221BrookRd. , Richmond, Va. ................RockyMount,Va. ... 2217 Newman Rd., . . . . . . . . . . 509 Academy St., Kingstree, S. C. . . . . . . 3612 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . Route 1, Box 205, Richmond, Va. . . . . 20 Lexington Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . 1505 Avondale Ave., Richmond, Va. ....ReidS ForestHil Box72,Pound, ls, Danville, Va. . . . . 2100 Bradford Rd., Richmond, Va. . . 601 Roseneath Rd., Richmond, Va. 4222 Kingcrest Pkwy., Richmond, Va. 24 Orchard Ave., Newport News, Va. 411V2 Woodlawn Ave., Beckley, W. Va. 2302 Wedgewood Ave., Richmond, Va. 4601 Fitzhugh Ave., Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. . . . . . . . . . Box 187, Kenbridge, Va. t., Chatham, Va. Va. 3905 Elba St., 'Richmond 2740 Byron St., Richmond 68 Peacock Lane, Fairmont, W .. . . . . . Maple Hill, Monterey Va. Va. Va. Va. 226 Starling Ave., Martinsville, Va. Stowers, Samuel C., Jr. ................... .... . . Altavista, Va. 4015 Monticello St., Richmond, Va. . . Hanover, Va. 7500 Glebe Rd., Richmond, Va. 3931 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va. .. . 2125 Lincoln St., Rose Hill, N. C. Portsmouth, Va. . . . . 4504 Chipoax Ave., Richmond, Va. . ................ Route 1207 W. 47th sf., Apr. 1 1, Holland, Va. 6789 Dartmouth Ave., Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Willianis, Herbert T., III .... 3017 Seminary Ave.Z Richmond Va. Winberg, Charles H. ..... . Winchester, Augustin L Wornom, Boyce C. .... . Young, William C. . . . 206 Professional Bldg., Arlingtoni Va. 1815 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. Wood, Harold E., Jr. ....... 101 Tuckahoe Blvd., Richmond, Va. . . . 1604 Brigham Rd., Richmond, Va. . . . Box 210, Jenkinjones, W. Va. University of Richmond K-ff 2 51 Va Leggett, Thomas C. ............. Halifax Rd. South Boston Va Leib, Henry ....... . . DIRECTORY Adams, Rex, Jr. . . . . Aebll, Helen ...... Agee, Alfred W. .... . . Alber, john W. ........ . Alsop, john C. ...,..... . Anderson, juan R., Jr. . . . Anthon Richard M . . . Y, - Arey, Donald Eugene .... Baronian, Samuel ........ Beall, Dllbon v. School of Business Administration . . . . . . . 9918 River Road, Warwick, 2909 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, . . 3101 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond, Va. Va Md . . . . 2730 W. Grace St., Richmond Va 1 . 4303 Colchester Ave., Kensington, Andersonville,Va Box 129, Bassett,Va . . . . . 150 Ott St., Harrisonburg, Va . . 409 Westham Pkwy., Richmond, Va Bldg. 6, Apt. 8, Diesel Housing Unit, Richmond, Va Va Beasley, John E. .................. 4020 Clinton, Richmond 5 Berry, Robert W., jr. ..... 1842 Chuckatuck Ave., Petersburg, Va Bisger, Fred B. ................. 308 Allen Ave., Hopewell, Va. Blechman, Edward M.. .6924 Huntington Ave., Newport News, Va. Booth, Glenn B. ...................... Fourth St., Victoria, Va. Borne, Jerald P. .............. 27 Elmwood Park, Malden, Mass. Bosley, John J. ....... . Boswell, Dorothy S. . . . Bray, James D. ..... . Brown, Duane H. . . . . Brown, James E. . . . . Brown, Robert E. ..... . Buchanan, William M. . . . . . . 2707 W. Mosheu St., Baltimore, Md. . . . . . . . Stratford Hill, Richmond, Va. . . . . . 3414 Second Ave., Richmond, Va 219 E. Del Ray Ave., Alexandria, Vai . . . . . . 3104 Condie St., Richmond, Va. .. . . . . . . 202 S. Main St., Suffolk, . .... 303 N. Vine St., Richmond, Carter, William J. . .......... 117 Shenandoah Rd., Hampton, Cheatham, Russell L., Jr. Coddington, Donald B. . . . Cooper, Jabe F., jr. . . . . Copeland, Curtis B. . . . . Cottle, Rae Lafay M. . . . Cox, Joseph F., Jr. . . . Crane, Samuel, jr. . . . . Crittenden, John . . . Davis, Ronald H. . . . . Dawson William r , , J . . . Dean, Frederick J., III . . . . . . . . 3319 Hanover Ave., Richmond, . . . . . 120 Brown St., Martinsville, . . . . 2509 Hanover Ave., Richmond, . . . . . . . Route 3, Box 93, Sulfolk, . . . 5803 W. Club Lane, Richmond, Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. . . . . . 401 W. 34th St., Richmond, Va. . . . 3315 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. ......................Dewitt,Va. . . . 3403 Montrose Ave., Richmond Va. .. . 144 Maple sf., Mount Arfy,1l1. c. . . . . g ., , Denny, William C. .......... 408 S. Royal Ave., Front Royal, Dickerson, Robert Chester Dickey, Carl P. .............. . Dollin, Marvin ........... Donohue, jay V. ......... . Dunham, Randolph H. . . . . Falls, Victor V. ..... . Finke, Charles L., Jr. . . . Flannagan, Warren L. . . . . Frye, James M., Jr. .... . 1428 Bollin Ave Norfolk Va. Va. . . . . . 2709 Hillcrest Rd., Richmond, Va. 223 S. Shields St., Philadelphia, Pa. . . . . 3205 Griffin Ave., Richmond, Va. Box252,Louisa,Va. . . . . 116 Banks St., Mount Airy, N. C. 2900 Third Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 77-6 Park Ave., Worcester, Mass. 2330 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. Maldens,Va. Landi, Edward G., Jr. . . . Levy, Mitchell H. . . . Lewis, John W. . . Lynch, john S. . . . . . Mann, Ronald G. .... . . . Mater, Frank H., Jr. . . . . McConaghy, Hugh A. . . . McCormack, james S. . . . Moore, Richard D. .... . Moseley, Richard Neilson, Neale, Robert K. .... . Norris, George W. . . . . Nye, John E. ....... . O'Brien, Arthur N., Jr. . . . . O'Brien, Jackie C. ..... . Omohundro, Stuart W. . . Padow, James ........ . . . Parker, Samuel W. . . . . Pendleton, Parke D. . . . Peterson, Byron D. . . . . Phillips, john B. . . . . Philpott, joe C. ..... . Pittard, Clarence L. . . . . Potfenberger, George H. . Purdum, Preston P., Jr. . . . Reid, Arthur G. ....... . Reidelbach, Charles E. . . Richeson, Donald E. . . Robins, Hubel ......... . . . .. . 724 Brook Rd., Richmond, Va. 63-15 Alderton St., Forest Hills, Y. . 208 Woodlawn Ave., Richmond, Va. 432 N. Main St., Mount Airy, N. C. 1006 Vance St.,.Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Jr. 1627 Monticello Ave., Petersburg, Va. . . . . . 109 Libbie Ave., Richmond, Va. 1609 Confederate Ave., Richmond, Va. . . 2622 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . 1814 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. 47109 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va. 1506 Claremont Ave., Richmond, Va. .. Amelia,Va. .. . 2607 Second Ave., Richmond, Va. Route 1, Carolyn Lane, Richmond, Va. ..............5thSt.,Victoria . , Va . 16 Prospect Ter., East Orange, N. 1. 3216 Douglasdale Rd., Richmond, Va. ...................Powhatan,Va. . . . 6116 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . . 606 W. South St., Culpeper, Va. . . . . 411 N. Allen Ave., Richmond, Va. Philpott,Va. .... . . . . . . .. Buffalo Junction, Va. . . . 6447 Miami Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . Route 3, Box 192, Danville, Va. . . . . . . 46 Cherry Lane, Ramsey, N. J. . . . 3400 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . . Route 2, Box 103, Ashland, Va. . . . 306 Albemarle Ave., Richmond, Va. Rubin, Henry F.. ............ . 5105 Mayflower Dr., Norfolk, Va. Rudasill, William A., jr. . ............. . . . Box 33, Rapidan, Va. Rudolph, Charles B. . .. . Russell, Fay ........... Independence,Va. . . 6916 Horton, Overland Park, Kan. Sawyer, William D. . . . ................. Greenbush, Va. Scott, Benny G. .... ..................... M arion, Va. Sneed, Ernest S. .... ........................ B on Air, Va. Somers, Robert S. ........ 407 George Mason Dr., Arlington, Va. Stephenson, Macon A. ......... 4527 Brook Road, Richmond, Va. Stewart, Hunter B. . . Diesel Housing Unit, Bldg. 6, Richmond, Va. Teabo, james William, jr. . . 2816 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. Gale, john H., jr. . . . . Goodman, Murray Z. ..... . Graurich, William A. .... . Grizzard, Grace W. .... . Hamilton, Thomas T., Harris, Henry Mills ....... Hartz, David W. ........ . Hill, Billy C. ........... . Houston, Vernon S. ..... . Howell, William K. .............. . 603 W. 44th St., . . 4111 Patterson Ave Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. . . . 3626 Mintwood St Pittsburgh, . . . . 403 Granite Ave., Richmond, . 4615 Devonshire Rd Richmond, . . . . 5805 Grove Ave., Richmond, Waverly, 5' sf lkiagflfaki 'ria.', 'Hilton Village Country Club Apts. 13-C, Augusta 8 South Drive Radford 1 1 Hughes, james C. .... . . Hudgins, Robert W. . . . Hurd, John F. ...... . Imirie, John F., jr. . . Ingram, Daniel P. . . . Jernigan, Elmo G., Jr. . . . . johnson, Philip R. . . Keefe, Robert D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 234 Girard St.,,Danvillei . . . . 900 Main St., Danville, Box6,Welch,W. Pa. Va. Va. Va. Va Va. Ga Va Va Va Va . . 4314 Old Brook Rd., Richmond, Va . . . William James Hotel, Oakland, Md . . 108 City Park Ave., Portsmouth, Va. . 4215 Springhill Ave., Richmond, Va 1601 Wake Forest Dr., Richmond, Va. Thomas, Albert L., Jr. .......... 3132 Park Ave. Richmond Va. Thomas, Wilbur E. ................ Route 1, Lawrenceville, Va. Thomas, William F., jr. ....... 928 Prospect Ave., Richmond, Va. Tucker, Walter D. .... 2612 Northumberland Ave., Richmond, Va. Turansy, jack J. ........... 2327 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. Tye, Robert E. . ........ ...... 3 412 1st Ave., Richmond, Va. Vinson, Thomas T., Jr. ...... 4965 Suburban Ave., Richmond, Va. Walker, Robert Wayne ......................... Altavista, Va. Weinberg, Samuel Edward ...... 3328 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. Whitehorne, Henry Grady, jr. ....... 203 S. Blvd., Richmond, Va. Whitt, Edward O. .......... Route 8, Box 405-A, Richmond, Va. Williams, Aubrey M., jr. ....... 1737 Charles St., Richmond, Va. Williams, Donald Brent . Witherington, jerry C. . . Wilkerson, Marion C. . . Witt, Walter F., Jr. . . . . Wood, Robert C. .... . Wood, Walter T. . . . Young, Donald R. . . . . Zimmerman, Howard . . . . . . . . . 3302 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. . .... 2248 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. Chuckatuck,Va. . . . 3313 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va. . . . . 8025 W. 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