University of Richmond - Web Yearbook (Richmond, VA)

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Qlxcxrxwxbx Qu xfliiwsv-mv-xJtQ181 1 OF RIQ9 9 Q' ns...m MAR4 l840 P 1964 Westhampton College Rlchmond College School of Business Admlnlstration T C Wllllams School of Law Graduate School Summer School Unlverslty College fs A fb Th 5' AI '55 4 . ul I 5 5 '-3 fi? 3' -f fn-, .,. , 1 ""c-'f-...,.-F --iv. . ' 'Hniugfsitg nf Mrhmnxmh ,p Eirhmnnh, 'Birginia gn., wffirr uf thc IS:-rsihmt 4 -- ' , k .,.. w The l96l+ Web tells the story of a significant year in we life of the University of Richmond. It was the firstp, year'-V that our total enrolment reached 6,0003 it was the year ' that Westhampton celebrated her 50th anniversaryg it was a year- of superior academic achievements 11 You will look back fondly orr your college years, each year Qeconomists tell usb worth morelthan 525,000 to you in terms of increased life-time earnings. Years that are so valuable should be well spent! For the members of the class of l961L your diplomas are evidences of the fact that you have spent those years well, that you have coped successfully with the many disci- plines that are necessary for a successful academic career. Your diploma is also our seal of approval, our testimony that we believe in you and are confident of your future. Alma Ma-ter will watch your expanding career with interest and pride. We expect you not only to succeed in your vocation but also to assume a position of leadership in' your ecomnxunity. y Return to the campus as .often as you can, Youiwill V always find a heartywelcome.. . , - i M. In WW-, - h .. .... -:W ' I f W' 'f 1 'H .-'- " ' I' 'zijj' j?'gi' ' ""-"T A 1.1-I -if Y:1'Q?vfQ77 .5 . . . -- fu. N ' -L , -Q., -, - . ,t-.N A K . 'V 1,11 I E 3 l " . . , K 4. .. ..- ' sllff' b . 'vff ' . ,N L Q . H W .3 Y " - ,, 'r ww f " -W-V. ,wg - "mg .... M 'W S' 'Y' .'.' ' . ,M H. W .. , 'M WF ""' W. V " W' AW .H 'rv " ' ...J L 'ff' 9' - 5. K . ,X M ...px ls. w. 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' i , fix ' f CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY . . . . 8 CLASSES .................. . 20 COLLEGE GOVERNMENT .... . . . 116 ORGANIZATIONS ....... . . . 124 HONORARIES .... 14,8 FRATERNITIES . . . . . 162 FEATURES . . . . . . 192 SPORTS ..... . . . 206 GRADUATES . . . . . 240 FOREWCRD The University of Richmond offers to its students unlimited opportunities-opportlmi ties for study and service, for exhibition of leadership and sportsmanship, the enjoyment of fellowship, and, through Work and perseverance, achievement and success. Each op- portunity must be accepted by the student as a challenge, just as one accepts the challenge presented by a closed door. A firm grasp of the knob, a determination to enter, and a purposeful walk across the threshold, and you have entered another doorway of op- portunity. This yearbook represents such a closed door. As you open its cover and Hip through its pages you will find reopened many of the doors through which you have so recently passed. DEDICATION To Dr. Ralph C. McDanel-Christian scholar, dis- tinguished teacher, friend of youth-the staif of the 1964 WEB dedicates this volume. We recognize' his long years of concern for and service to the University of Richmond and all phases of its work. 3,1 ,w mu w1 M1Ei1,'ll1.!! ee I Dr. Ralph C. McDanel A familiar picture- Dr. McDanel leading the academic procession. Dr. "Mc" has so often given the necessary in- centive to his students. In recognition of years of faithful service. WISDCM Knowledge is proud that he has learn'd so muchg Wisdom is humble that he knows no more. William Cowper 4, 'a Bw- Wi ywmmw A 1 ' W we ,W 0 X sw, X4 . WW , , 1 1' !-V,.y Z vmix I ,A f 'wi X I rv IA N.. N iw: 'fx ' ,S af 'i ne' A ls v is U ' i ' H K I Ds- we 0 u w , ,,f, ' " TT M Q W., 12" 4 wx we .f 3 , A 'vk f V l 1 at . ' 4. ' ' f 3 i X x -w A1- Wv . ...,, - Si. ,M ff- ' - , , Q W Q' ' .-,g V ' V , fg :ws 53' -'s Ki' ,H f 4 A .44 5 A 5 ve' ws mf' ,si is A l l H, 4 , ,H ,H H ' 1: . fixgxriu DR. GEORGE M. MODLIN H Dr. George lVI. Modlin has continued to give the University of Richmond excellent leadership which is evident by the constant growth of both the physical and scholastic aspects of the University. His dedication to the University of Richmond, and his constant desire to improve education is greatly appreciated. We, the members of the staff and the student body, wish to thank Dr. Modlin for his many years of unselfish service. Y. , A X -4.13, N M ,, . ., ., - -2- 331 ,i,..- .'-.erglflw . 1-Bw .4 HQ S .. wr mxesf: . Q . 1 'ft 1 W" ff , V ff:.-xgmg, 1 f' 'M 1.25, f, . :.,,,L-5. ..,3fQ53.,e,:, .. l"fx - ,J 35" - .V Q A ffi., f " 4' 42 ,JEW E- .Mm 6? f , gf if 2, tv l 4, . 7 , , U M--E' vj- .'.J:.:Lggf.51g2 .AE 21:11. ,,- ., 1-- 1 . L- A , , ..,ij.5, mi u2S??Z4Q,:LQk":Q:g1 , . x . K ,ffl Lf'-PM fu 'H ' 1 'K' . 'f-'-,fxSfvH4'QF-,' N' Q: Q. N.. V L 5 E J ' ', 1, 'T ' 111- E. 'E , " ,z -F Qgf' 1 'X x .U LR I, Q F! W ,H .. 1- ' 5 , 5' "E . V ' gf- :-'L . , A ,I 1 L 5. , 1 v- ,, -, 1 1 ,, E I . x u f , ,Hn . .,.V kn.-lv--5 -,X , ,A ri.. ,Ark-,. gqxawpy, l ,M I AW x' ,Q MARGUERITE ROBERTS VIRGINIA M. PIERCE ROBERT F. SMART B.A., M.A., Ph.D. A.B., M.A., B.D. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of Westhampton College Dean of Women Students Dean of Richmond College THE DEANS -ff 132 12 w WILLIAM T. MUSE B.A., LL.B., S.J.D. Dean of the T. C. Williams School of Law 2 axrygc ' 4 f 'l' jr.. ' W Y 1 Q ' , '1 w Qkvxfsiiif' if f fwuivi . ' asPs2,if?':,ff'f" ' 3, 1' I zimggiff:-3, .full im- '-Hg... 2 -I , sr., X, 2 - ' -lzwifn' 125' 'V -X sl P , -,g?Ks2i,L?fs'1 Jig -E L 1- 9 " . ' 'F . '2eis..Fea.i' fi If ' .. Q. - 1.1 f. :yi '? . .4 I," ' , ,'3g.l-'giff ,Q FW- X.-.gf ., QL, F F JF 1 -'-5 H 41,5 -V . W. .l I .,, ' '- wr. U Q, -q' !A..1g,L gym? -,?..'. 3.1.1 ' -' Q-ff-if.-, -... - ,.!.-pqp' 4 , - 3' I 1 ,Egg .A E.,-SVI Gmilgu ig - f- .. .R ,,-. Q . 31, ..- L --" .g52,:,,.f.,- .1 .Lp ' JW' .5-.712 .I ,J?:'E"T gr. .3 .' , ici? IF- X- N-nl, " ' .g2'f5:'q5--'4'. nh' , . I... '-X.. ,. . ' " -"5 I I' i J. 3 . "H I I-T3 . w- ', , ' . ' - . I r . .1 It ' . 0 ,.. . , r CLARENCE J. GRAY W. DAVID ROBBINS B.A., M.A. B.A., M.B.A., Ph.D. Dean of Men Students Dean of the School of Business Administration EDWARD F. OVERTON MARTIN LUTHER SHOTZBERGER BENJAMIN C. HOLTZCLAW B.A,, M.A., Ph.D. B.S., M.S., Ph.D. A.B., B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of Summer School Dean of University College Dean of the Graduate School 'I3 SPENCER DELANCEY ALBRIGHT B.A., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Political Science ROBERT S. ALLEY B.A., B.D., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Bible and Religion HENRY PEARCE ATKINS A.B., M.Sc., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics LEWIS F. BALL B.A., Ph.D. Professor of English JOHN CAMPBELL BOGGS, JR. A.B., M.A. Instructor in English CHARLES M. BOWDEN B.S., M.S. Instructor in Physics BERT E. BRADLEY, JR. - A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Chairman, Dept. of Speech and Dramatic Arts JOHN WILLIAM BRIZENDINE B.A., B.D., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Bible and Religion A IRBY BLAND BROWN B.A., M.A. Instructor in English MERTON E. CARVER B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Psychology HANNAH L. COKER B.A. Music Librarian WILLIAM SAMILILEL CUDLIPP, JR. B. Associate Professor of Law NOBLE E. CUNNINGHAM, JR. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History HARRISON DANIEL B.A., D.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History LEONARD M. DIANA B.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physics JEAN N. DICKINSON B.A., M.S. ' Instructor in Psychology MARIANNE DUTY B.A., M.A. Instructor in English DAVID C. EKEY B.S.I.E., B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Management UNIVERSITY FACULTY Y W H ut me 1 :s . www Y gt me H ww, H M I mx I .R N w . 7' w A I V 1 UNIVERSITY FACULTY "':"'l ROBERT J. FILER B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Psychology EUNICE M. F OY B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Spanish WILLIAM J UDSON GAINES M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Modern Foreign Languages SHERMAN E. GRABLE B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of Mathematics EDWARD WADSWORTH GREGORY, JR B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Sociology AUSTIN E. GRIGG B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology WILLIAM BELL GUTHRIE B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of English THOMAS M. HARRIS B.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biology NATHANIEL HARDING HENRY A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of English ELIZABETH BEAMAN HESCH . B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Mathematics RICHARD E. HUMBERT B.A., M.A., Ed.D. Associate Professor of Physical Education JAMES H. HUSTIS A B.A., M.S. Assistant Professor of Music ROBINSON B. JAMES DEG., B.A., B.D. Instructor in Philosophy and Religion GEORGE WOOD JENNINGS A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Economics FRANCIS B. KEY B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics NOEL W. KEYS B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology D. ORVILLE LAHY B.S., LL.B., LL.M. Professor of Law WILLIAM HENSLEY LEFTWICH B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology UNIVERSITY FACULTY :fx fx 55, 2gw',4 l f-ft, x 'G EQ 'L fleas' ' 'H' I Q L .Lg tt Lge- Y H 1: :xg-Q: 'M mm f ,Q 5592? SHT ZZ. if -21' +'?25-ifffgiw ,nw wM.5.f,,Y ... 'A g,1gg,Q1f,-q53.,3l JL V' . I , st. vw :Fm Wg.. ' ,I w ' "F vu-wx I ,X K, x . . I , :aw f , . , w . . w 'u ROBERT ALIAIN MACDONALD .D. Associate Professor of Modern Languages RALPH C. MCDANEL B.A., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D. Professor of History and Political Science LEONARD D. MCNEAL M.A. Assistant Professor of Physical Education NANCY K. MITCHELL A.B., M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Physical Education JAMES ASHBY MONCURE B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History CLARENCE MONK B.A., B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Mathematics FREDERICK C. NEUMANN M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Music JAMES W. PAYNE, JR. B.A., LLB., LLM. Professor of Law ROBERT T. PARTAIN B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of Finance EDWARD CRONIN PEPLE B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of English O. WILLIAM RI-IODENHISER B.A., B.D., Th.M., Th.D. Associate Professor of Bible NOLAN ERNEST RICE A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Biology MARJORIE RIVENBURG B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Latin JOSEPH CLARKE ROBERT A.B., LL.D., A.M., Ph.D., LL.TT.D. Professor of History MARGARET L. ROSS B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of English F. DAVID SANDERS B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English CLYDE C. SCHRICKEL A.B., MBA. Assistant Professor of Economics BETTY JEAN SEYMOUR B.A., M.R.E. Instructor in Bible GLEN L. SHIVEL, JR. B.S. Professor of Military Science J. WESTWOOD SMITHERS B.S., LL.B. Professor of Law MAMIE SPANGLER A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Education SAMUEL WHITFIELD STEVENSON B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of English MARION J EFF ERIES STOKES B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics WILTON R. TENNEY B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology HERMAN P. THOMAS B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Economics WILLIAM EDGAR TROUT, JR. A.B., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry FRANCES I. WESSELLS B.A., M.A. Instructor in Physical Education RICHARD B. WESTIN B.A., M.A. Instructor in History WARWICK R. WEST, J R. B.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE B.A., LL.B., S.J.D. Professor of Law WILLIAM S. WOOLCOTT B.A., M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology JEAN GRAY WRIGHT B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of French UNIVERSITY FACULTY 1 ..,' . ww N gf .'1 ,Nw .1 xr-g I 1 M , 1,551 :T " I" C' I " 'ssiiliif.M"Rv"1ia5'm:wi"" T! ,gtgifig W., IJ ..-- I. - on P-., - Y- ' --rw-,-Mfg -M.: LJ. L ,r1LL ,,..7-Y .-.,.. gi: H' J Y - ' ' if 1 Y -1 - Y ' - Y - 3' se, ' ' - -Y l -'E' qYa"ii?'?gA , ,W - 1 'I :1 wk' Isis: . -. f W N ,, . . STAFF Q I THOMAS N. POLLARD, JR. B.A., M.A. x xf CATHERINE BELL MARY ELLEN ANDERSON B.A., M.A. A.B. MA Difeffof Of ffdmis-9i0fl5 and Regisffflf Westhampton College Registrar Director ol Aclmlissions Richmond College Westhampton College fm uv? JOSE M. CABANILLAS JOSEPH E. NETTLES LESLIE S. BOOKER B.S., M.S., LL.B. Alumni Secretary and Director B.A. Law Librarian of Public Relations Alumnae Secretary .+- r'! J' l E Qu 4' l . ,. . ' Y L- 2,77 E Y.Y,Vi -L-,, Q , ..,,: , Y ,T LI. MOSS VEDNQ 'IYINSLEY QVULES 1' - H' ' ' - 9 f , - 4 K " .- -Q-.N Richmond College Physiciizn Richmond' College 'NQLrs'e-1 4 WesflidmjgitbmgblltgdWWSB'1 R - Z Z 1 ' V V- 3 z E In - R 2 ' . ! Z M ,. 2 , . I L or A Q le L H - O. ' ! ,. .nfl - i jf: bf' I Ad, L. .,,......... e b -f-- A J: X2 "f IR " '5'pL'!5'3 ' "ff ' IRVING B. CLARK Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Director of Buildings BETTY JEAN SEYMOUR B.A., M.R.E. Director of Religious Activities Westharnpton College MR. AND MRS. GUY L. SCOTT Richmond College Host and Hostess Dormitory Counselors 'A wi STAFF ., my , M M,,.U!'3"i ig VU CN 'L ,1 .,,..,,..,, lslfwfjgigfgfs' , , an - Q Q ,. li , ' ., 1 ....,..Wf?,.,,..,..,,.t Y lgkfwx ly M13 , N ..,. - . ....... E Q Y ,K X ,ggf,,4,l,MA?fil""'V , , r 4 I Q ,, I T 5 1 ' 5' HM" 1 V C I V W ,fl -Si 17 i1.iifgi3.g.s1 W w A V rf M 2 f .J 5 , 'iiiiiiixxgas N ,M f M r w f r T .K . JI , 1 ,Wx I I Y. 'rif et ,Lf , W, 5 m IKL 1 YQ 4 K X X 2 Q 5 2. f N" N' xl ll M T T I MARTHA STEWART CECIL F. JONES B.S., C.P.A., M.S. In Bus. Admin. Westllampton College Auditor 2? . .L N P? xg,3s , ,, 4 4 ll l . JOHN W. BRIZENDINE GUY L. SCOTT B.A., B.D., M.A., Ph.D. Director of Student Center Director of Religious Activities Richmond College , 49X : ' Y it ' 1 Q9 Q' . 51? L if A43 N l ,QQ A of ' C L H 5 rn., K L Yi LILLIE C.- JACKSON ADELAIDE MILLER Hostess, Westhampton College Hostess, Westhampton College KNQWLEDGE On one occasion Aristotle was asked how much educated men were superior to those uneducated: "As much," said he, Mas the living are to the dead." Diogenes Laertius K ns WL ?Wi2W"'.' "-' u 6' , M-A ,.,.--L.--pq. .. . 55 'M5F,3.q 35, 53, ,X f w, .rf-Se i ',,r,':'ij'1wga wg: 'zvewf 1 aggmxaf.. Ltriw'-:wg.:s.:f:,f.5' F-'4--2' -1912. " Q , Q lf ff' , , M- -,M-, H v.f.x..., .,, .- 4 A '51-955 Ygv-.,3z1ggQgg'm,a-:- ,. Q, A N fn q'Kg2'12"' M344 ' QQ' q w WIS- "Aw "- ' .. if I'- rf ' Ka?" " sq" ' Q V A 'N 1- f1J'! X Nsxvvxw 'v wg .N N, . . 1 LX " -'-" f' v. ' ' Q-9 g, 1 PEGZ7' , : .I-f X , ii-f-E3 'V5 , if.-' ,A- 3 1ri-'i:f+'15'v1fQ5.:VU1, 7' ,gif 1' 1 L K f 1 X 11? 'Sw X , ,. , .Va's g---s,--.:..,- ..fexP?-We--f - .Aman-' 1-.a x'T:,,XmY t. 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FRANCES MAYER . . . . . . . .President . . . Vice-President . . . . .Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . . .Historian ....................SongLeader College Government Representative . . . . . .Social Chairman . . .AA Coordinator SELINA HUNT ABEL B.A., English Arlington, Virginia LINDA JEANNE ARMSTRONG BA., Psychology Baltimore, Maryland ELIZABETH ENGLE ASKEW BA., Economics Richmond, Virginia MARY JEAN ATKINS BA., History Windsor, Virginia EMILY SUE AYERS B.A., Sociology Rocky Mount, Virginia PATRICIA GAYLE BANKES B.A., History Radnor, Pennsylvania Jo ANNE BARco B.A., Psychology Virginia Beach, Virginia JUDY NoEL BARNHART BA., Psychology and Sociology Covington, Virginia CAROL VAUGHAN BATEMAN B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia 3- i ..,, , X . 511' ii 22 in 24 fi' Ni i I tt E Wesfhampfon Colleggg ANNE ALEXANDER BAYLOR BA., Spanish Staunton, Virginia HEDY RHODA BERNARD B.A., Sociology Oradell, New Jersey EMMA JANE BIRD BA., Psychology Roanoke, Virginia MARIAN F. BINDER B.A., Economics Richmond, Virginia RACHEL JEAN BISCOE B.A., Mathematics Alexandria, Virginia NANCY ELLEN BLAKE B.A., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia ANNE CARTER BLITCH B.A., Political Science Springfield, Virginia SUZANNE BALDWIN BORUM B.A., Psychology West Point, Virginia SUSANNE RUFFIN BOWLES B.A., Psychology Richmond, Virginia 25 CAROLE E. BRADLEY B.S., Music Education Richmond, Virginia LINDA VINCENT BRADLEY BA., English Emporia, Virginia MARY CRoss BRITTLE BA., Sociology Suffolk, Virginia BONNIE LOUELLEN BROOKS BA., English Baltimore, Maryland ALMA CHESSER BROWNE BA., Psychology Franklin, Virginia SARA JANE BUCK BA., Psychology Powhatan, Virginia CAROLYN LEE BURGESS B.A., Sociology Fredericksburg, Virginia CONSTANCE JANE BURKE B.S., Music Education Waverly, Virginia BETSY BoWLEs BURTON BA., Music History Richmond, Virginia , -4 Z -A, , ' N- ." as AQ E Q' :,: zzzizz i ER ,,. E , A -1 -Z-, uzw -nz 15,2 , mum -3 '1"',1' I: i' Z 26 -'im-fa . N N , r ,:::,-2 ALICE RUTH CARTER B.A., Sociology Richmond, Virginia ELMA GLEN CHASTAIN B.A., French Greensboro, North Carolina ELIZABETH R. CHEYNEY B.S., Music Education Arlington, Virginia ELLEN LOUISE CLUTE BA., Political Science Margarita, Canal Zone L1sA CRANE COLEMAN BA., History Charlottesville, Virginia MADELINE S. CRENSHAW B.A., Mathematics Charlottesville, Virginia Jo ANNE CROPPER B.A., History Richmond, Virginia MARY KAY CRoss BA., English Portsmouth, Virginia SANDRA MARIE CROWDER B.S., Mathematics Dinwiddie, Virginia . ,A . ,. . ., , V rm: -7, lixl 'll, E2 2 f ." ' A N ., w i - 53,5 .rw V - A L mmf, A , fi isz-kgs E,-,FA 27 A J PATRICIA HOWARD DABNEY B.A., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia BEVERLY LORRAINE DAVIS BA., Political Science Richmond, Virginia DIANA LEIGH DAVIS B.S., Biology Richmond, Virginia ALICE LORAINE DECAMPS BA., Economics Richmond, Virginia KENDAL KNIGHT EAST BA., Political Science Melia, Virginia ALICE ELIZABETH EDWARDS B.A., Mathematics Camden, South Carolina JACQUELINE HALE EVERETT B.A., Art Richmond, Virginia BRENDA MARCHIA FALLS BA., Psychology Richmond, Virginia ELSA QUEEN FALLS BA., Biology Richmond, Virginia J mu . . ii aim N' ', Q4 27421345544 i , ,VL -xi I , 215:54 ,J 4f'f A , 15 4334 as' if II I I II II f , , ,Y n4:w,4...i. 1 E Z - - -V -ff . .im-my 'N I Eijl' "I H' 'HI mi .I ', 711' . E, 'fp . i f vw ...limi ' iii 15, do 4 9'7" -E+, In 4 N - vw Siu I II II In .444 1 ' ,4.. ....4.... I EEEEE im f f f ' . ' ,I , , , 1 ..g51,,,-gf, M w .. ., F D- I .sf , .miqf 4 W . . , ,0- - ' ,. , , A 'U -1- ' S.. I 'Ii' +225 ? 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L ' 'j-H gli -QE-5 , -Q, ,- EQEL L1-A 28 SUSAN DANIEL FITCHETT BA., Psychology Danville, Virginia SUSIE GRAY FLEMING B.A., Psychology Danville, Virginia HELEN RUTH FLYNN B.S., Mathematics Clintwood, Virginia LINDA SELDEN F RIDLEY BA., Sociology Covington, Virginia SANDRA GAY FRITH B.A., Sociology Rocky Mount, Virginia CAROL AVONNE GABELER BA., Journalism Richmond, Virginia l FRANCES ANNE GARLOCK BA., Political Science Alexandria, Virginia JEAN MELBA GARRISON BA., Psychology Norfolk, Virginia CAROL ANNE GILBERT B.S., Music Education Norfolk, Virginia I L ya' 'ja-N E232 EV 5 R 5 Lg 5 Q ag 3,5 wi Eg .E , , .3 " . 1? R M - , A . ,H M , ., ., ii... W r ...a , ..,.. .... i . M.- r L ma. , lirryy r. E- , .L M , 29 C. WALKER GLENN B.S., Mathematics F armville, Virginia CAROL ANNE GOOD B.S., Mathematics Jarratt, Virginia MARY ALICE GRIFFITH B.A., Mathematics Winchester, Virginia BRENDA COUNCIL GRIFFITHS B.S., Biology Richmond, Virginia NANCY GAY HALL BA., History Windsor, Virginia SHIRLEY V. HANBURY B.A., Bible and Religion Portsmouth, Virginia CAROLE JO HANSON BA., Psychology King of Prussia, Pennsylvania ANN MCBIRNEY HARDWICK B.A., French Tappahannock, Virginia GLORIA JEAN HARRIS BA., Mathematics Hampton, Virginia 1 QS pg W i gi'-A 9135 , - N QX LEM a A A R assi c of 19964 30 .il ,nh l1 ! ,YA gtg f i , A A ea: 'Z' ' MARTHA LEE HARTMAN BA., English Onancock, Virginia JANE F ITCHETT HARVEY B.A., Psychology Richmond, Virginia HELEN HUFF HENDERSON BA., Sociology Danville, Virginia SUSAN JOYCE HEPLER B.A., Psychology Winchester, Virginia BONNIE MAY HIGGINS B.S., Mathematics Beltsville, Maryland VIRGINIA LEE HILL BA., English Culpeper, Virginia JOAN EILEEN HOCK B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia MARY ELEANOR HODGES BA., Mathematics and Psychology Roanoke, Virginia JOANNA HOLLAND B.S., Biology Vienna, Virginia 31 NANCY SAUNDERS HOLLAND B.A., Political Science Newport News, Virginia HARRYET ANN HUBBARD BA., Psychology Fort Thomas, Kentucky CAROLINA B. HUDNALL BA., Biology Heathsville, Virginia MARY JANE B. HUFFMAN B.A., English Richmond, Virginia SONDRA MILLER IVEY B.A., Political Science Norfolk, Virginia GRACE ELAINE JOHNSON BA. with Honors, History Greenville, South Carolina MILDRED GAYLE JONES B.A., Psychology Kenbridge, Virginia DORIS ELIZABETH JOYNER BA., Psychology Windsor, Virginia JOAN SAUNDERS KENNEDY BA., Political Science Richmond, Virginia Rss A AA? as A A-Y ..., :.,, ww ,H .. m,,r.,,,m..r. 32 at .-:A A A I I. A .. .....,. I U Ar, m M 'lf' 3 i WEEK 6 3 . N H Y A i ie: to ' E IIJ. I ., . JJ' 1 IF . ie - em r -ass o A I I I I Wesfhampfon College SHARON ANN LEITH B.A., English Manassas, Virginia JOANNA PAGE LONGEST B.A., Economics King William, Virginia INGRED ANTJE LooCK BA., Mathematics and German Richmond, Virginia NANCY WIATT LOUGHRIDGE B.A., Political Science Newport News, Virginia VIRGINIA L. MCCORMICK BA., Political Science Front Royal, Virginia PAULINE K. MCDOWELL B.A., Speech and Dramatic Arts Brookneal, Virginia ELLEN CAROLE MCNAMARA BA., Psychology Hampton, Virginia JULIA ANNE MARTIN B.A., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia BRENDA ANNE MASSAD RA., English Richmond, Virginia 33 KATHA DIANNE MASSEY B.A. with Honors, History Emporia, Virginia FRANCES ELIZABETH MAYER B.S., Health and Physical Education Richmond, Virginia BILLIE LYNN MERCER B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia FRANCES LATOUR MITCHELL BA., French Lynchburg, Virginia CYNTHIA MAHAN MORGAN B.A., Psychology Silver Spring, Maryland CARRIE, ELIZABETH MORRIS BA., English Richmond, Virginia MARY LOUISE MOSCHLER B.A., Sociology Richmond, Virginia BEVERLY MEADE NEALE BA., History Banner Elk, North Carolina GLENDA LOUISE NICHOLAS B.S., Biology Franklin, Virginia 34 as-A3333 ,QW I I K Aaanixc I ,sway I II 1 AI1 Nm AAA II 1 Y WI II : ga 35? gf :A , - :1 5 M M IIVII I 1 I L I I 1 :A-SAF' Ig: II. I H rr- :Ayr 1II 'Immw L JI I 'ii 9 f' A , I f In I :L,,, K. Q: I SQ JANE GARLAND NoRToN BA., Political Science Deltaville, Virginia CONNIE LEE NUNN B.A., Psychology Clarksville, Virginia LOUISA DELL PASTORS BA. with Honors, English Staunton, Virginia SUZANNE TILLERY PAXTON B.A., English Richmond, Virginia SUSAN EVERARD PEPPER B.A., English Cartersville, Virginia M. ELEANOR PERKINS B.S., Mathematics Newark, Delaware ANN KEECH PHAUP B.A., Psychology Richmond, Virginia HILDA LUCILLE PHILLIPS B.A., Mathematics Newport News, Virginia JUANITA LoU1sE PHILLIPS BA., History Richmond, Virginia Weisthampto magma 552535 B I 35 BARBARA IRENE POWELL B.A., History Richmond, Virginia CAROLYN JANE POWELL B.A., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia CHARLOTTE ANN PRINGLE B.A. with Honors, English Richmond, Virginia MARY ALMENTINE RAINEY B.A., Biology Dinwiddie, Virginia CAROLYN B. RICHARDSON BA., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia JACQUELINE G. RICHARDSON B.S., Biology Chester, Virginia LINDA C. RICHARDSON B.A., Political Science Newport News, Virginia MARY SUSAN ROBINSON B.S., Mathematics Charlottesville, Virginia MARCIA JANE ROIDER B.A., Bible and Religion and Psychology Louisville, Kentucky 36 N N ,1 1 w wt, N " " is uw --1, ,fm ir, ' 1 .. f ,V tr' 1 Q a ig .,,, IU! he Senior I we l I .1 v Class of 1964 Y Ar' sf, MAA Westhampton College DONNALEE ROWE BA. with Honors, History Arlington, Virginia SARA E. RUSCHAUPT B.S., Mathematics Wayne, Pennsylvania PATRICIA LOUISE RYAN BA., Philosophy Richmond, Virginia SANDRA BELCHER RYAN B.S., Chemistry Durham, North Carolina J OYCE LILLIE SANFORD B.S., Music Education Dahlgren, Virginia ANNE COOPER SARTORIUS BA., English Baltimore, Maryland JOYCE IVEY SCHMIDT BA., Psychology Sandston, Virginia MARTHA LUCY SCHMIDT B.S., Chemistry Baltimore, Maryland ELIZABETH C. SCHOOLS BA., English Midlothian, Virginia 37 NANCY JO SCHREIBEIS B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia CAROLYN GAY SHELTON BA., Psychology Danville, Virginia PHYLLIS ETHEL SHIELDS B.A., History Chester, Virginia FRANCES H. SHUEORD BA., Psychology Hampton, Virginia MARGARET A. SIEGFRIED B.S., Chemistry Glen Allen, Virginia LETTY LEE SLOAN B.A., Political Science Arlington, Virginia LYNDLE EATON SMITH BA., Psychology Richmond, Virginia NANCY REE SMITH BA., English Richmond, Virginia ELAINE ROBERTSON SNYDER BA., Psychology Richmond, Virginia R ? l a QU as-uw Haig? A -5: f . ,. A' A ,M H yin ll' 'Q , , 1' w it ' p- ' if r 38 T n Q' .1 I W x 'l g l f i I N Y mwwwmwzwmwvl JOYCE LOUISE STEVENS B.A., English Lynchburg, Virginia PATRICIA ANN STINSON BA., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia JUDITH ANNE STONE BA., Psychology Richmond, Virginia ELIZABETH R. TAYLOR BA., Psychology Petersburg, 'Virginia ELIZABETH TODD UHL BA., Speech and Dramatic Arts Fort Washington, Pennsylvania BRENDA ELLEN WADE BA., Spanish Richmond, Virginia CAROLYN WILTSHIRE WEBB B.A., History Richmond, Virginia MARY WRIGHT WEBB B.A., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia NANCYE LEE WEBSTER B.S., Biology Farmville, Virginia .' i in - II 1, L I 39 MARY ANN WHEARY BA., Sociology Crewe, Virginia KATHERINE E. WHITE BA., Biology Bridgewater, Virginia JULIA HARRIS WHITLOCK B.A., History and Psychology Richmond, Virginia MARGARET E. WHITLOCK RA., English Cartersville, Virginia ANN GAY WIDMER BA., History Richmond, Virginia VIRGINIA ANN WILEY BA., English Norfolk, Virginia DOROTHY MAE WILLIAMS B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia LESLIE JANE YONCE BA., Psychology Richmond, Virginia CONSTANCE LAWS ZENO B.A., Mathematics Newport News, Virginia I Y ' A ,- 'V :ig Z wilt i Y 40 l M H I .E - Z E I- E , The enjigrr I 0 'E L? 44 JULIA MARGQRET ZUCK B.A., French Madison, New Jersey Wesfhampfon College -if 91' ',-.ff U 6 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right, first row: Carolyn Jackson, Fran Guynn, Brenda Nelherwood, Rosemary Jones Second row: Barbara Har-ton, Nancy Curtis, Brenda Willialns, Cindy Shelhorse. Not pictured: Barbara Gardner JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS FRAN GUYNN ....... ..... P resident BRENDA NETHERWOOD . . . .... V ice-President CAROLYN JACKSON . . . ..... Secretary ROSEMARY JONES . . .... Treasurer BRENDA WILLIAMS .. ..... Historian BARBARA GARDNER . . ................... Song Leader NANCY CURTIS ................... College Government Representative BARBARA HARTON AND CINDY SHELHORSE .... Town Council Representatives 42 Juniors PAM ADAMS LALE AKBAY GLORIA AMBROSE ELIZABETH ARRASMITH PAM AUGUST CAROL BALDWIN VICKY BATTS LYNDA BERAN SALLIE BERKELEY BOBBIE BLEVINS MILLIE BRADSHAW PHYLLIS BRADSHAW JACKIE BRANCH MARGARET BRITTLE JUDI BROWN MILDRED BURNETT DIANE BYERS JUNE BYRD BETSY CAMPBELL ANN CARTER BETTY CARTER FRANCES CAUDILL HARRIET CLAY GRACE COLLINS PHYLLIS CORKER PAT COX BETTIE LEE CURRELL KAREN CURTIS NANCY CURTIS .IULI DAFF RON CAROL DAMEREL SUSAN DARDEN VIRGINIA DAVIS WREN DAWSON FRAN DIX EVELYN DREXLER WANDA FEARNOW ANNA MAE FRAZIER FRAN FULGI-IUM BARBARA GARDNER Westhampton EVELYN GARRETT ANNE GRANT PHYLLIS GRASTY SUSIE GREENWOOD SUSAN GUNN FRAN GUYNN KITTY HALLER JACKIE HARPER BARBARA HARTON JOYE HIGGINBOTHAM LINDA HOLT SANDRA HORNER PATRICIA HUGHES CAROL HYBNER CAROLYN JACKSON SUE JACKSON LINDA JONES ROSEMARY JONES NANCY KEETER CHERYL KERR MARY ELLEN KYLE JANE LASLEY RITA MAHANES JOANNE MARSHALL FAY MARTIN IRENE MCDANIEL LESLIE MCNEAL BRENDA MATLOCK DALE MINTER DIANNE MINTER PAM MYERS BRENDA NETHERWOOD RACHEL NORMAN CAROLYN OWEN MARY BETH PALMER MARIONETTE PARKER CAROLYN PARKS SUE PARRISH JEANNE PAULETTE CAROLINE PILCHER Juniors NANCY PURYEAR JANET RENSHAW JO RIPLEY ROSALIND ROGERS BARBARA ROYSTER DIANA RYAN NANCY SAUNDERS PEGGY SAUNDERS CINDY SHELHORSE SUSAN SHIRK MARY SMITH SUE SMOLA ANN SNEAD F LORENZ STITH ANN STOWE JUDY SWINGLE NOEL SWINTER SANDRA TARVES BARBARA VAUGHAN JESSICA VAUGHAN LINDA WEBB JUDY WIDENER BRENDA WILLIAMS MILLIE WOOD PATTIE WOOD JANET WOODEN TAY WYN N E SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Left to right, first row: Mimi Edge, Kay Ramsay, Tucker Hilley, Lois Pollard Second row: Beth Booker, Susan DeAlha, Martha Colston, Helena Rodriguez. SOPHOMORE CLASS CFFICERS KAY RAMSAY .... TUCKER HILLEY . . MIMI EDGE . . . Lois POLLARD . . . BETH BooKER .... HELENA RODRIGUEZ SUSAN DEALBA . . . MARTHA COLSTON . 46 . . . . . .President . . . .Vice-President . . . . .Secretary . . .Treasurer . . . . . .Reporter . . . ................... Song Leader College Government Representative . ...... Town Council Representative BARBARA ATKINS LYDIA ANDERSON ANN ASKEW ANNE AYRES LINDA BAHEN MABEL BAILEY CAROL BASHAW MARY ANN BIGGS STEPHANIE BIRCKHEAD BRENDA BISHOP GINGER BLANTON BETH BOOKER BEVERLY BREITSTEIN CAROLYN BREWSTER BETTY BROWN SHARON BURGAN EDITH BURROWS MARTHA BUTTERWORTH CORINNE CARLTON LUCY CARPENTER ANN CARR VIRGINIA CHILDREY ELIZABETH CHRISTEN SEN DEBBIE COLONY MARTHA COLSTON BONNIE DAMRON JACKIE DAVIS JO DAVIS JOY DAVIS KEDRON DAVIS PAT DAVIS SUSAN DEALBA CAROLYN DEAN SUZANNE DEPOIX J OANNE DEW ANNE DIXON FAYE DIXON SHERRY DIXON MARY DRANEY MARY DUTROW JUDY EASTMAN MIMI EDGE BRENDA ELLIS JOAN ENSOR PHOEBE FLINN EILEEN' FORD CAY GARRETT SARA GILLIAM LYNNE GRIFFITH TRICIA GRIZZARD SANDRA GROSS CHARLOTTE GROVE BETTY BYRD GUNN EUTHECIA GUNN EUGENIA HENDERSON MARY HENRY TUCKER HILLEY NANCY HILLIARD CAROL HINRICHS LINDA HYMAN JO ANN JAMISON MARGARET J ENNINGS LYNN JORDAN GINNY JUDD MILDRED KAISER KAY LAND LEORA LAWRENCE LUCKIE LEE LOUISE LIEBER BEATE LOOCK BONNIE LUSH HARRIET MANN JANICE MAYS SUSAN MARTIN JOAN MILLER JUDY MITCHELL JENNY NEELY ELAINE NEWLON FAYE NEWTON JANE NUCKOLS ELAYNE PARSONS J UDITH PAULETTE CAROL PAULI PAM PHELPS CAROLYN POORE MIMI PROCTOR BETTY PUCKETT KAY RAMSAY MARTHA RAUCH JEAN REYNOLDS ANNE ROBERTS ELLEN ROBERTS HELENA RODRIGUEZ DIANE ROSE NANCY ROWAN CAROLE ROYALL BARBARA RUSCUS NANCY SAUNDERS KAREN SCHOESSOW JUDY SCOTT VIRGINIA SECREST IRENE SHEPPARD KAY SHPIL PATRICIA SIMPSON MARSHA SIMS BETTY SMITHSON BETSY SPENCER FRAN STEWART Wesfhampfon Sophomore Class fi, Y If iN if FW -I - , III 01 'BR W. - ' W ifff IIN? . if I I "1,l s 4-,,-Af' 'II VI W " H ,144 A if I I 1 I I Q JR L H I - ..,, ,XIII 2 ,,,, I .. .., I I "'I:I:uE II :if ,I ,M ,. 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Not pictured: Pat Edgerton, Noel Davidson. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS JEAN CLODFELTER .. ..... President PAT BROWN .... . . . Vice-President NOLA RICE . . . . . .Secretary SALLY RICE .......... . . Treasurer MARTHA ANNE WHOLEY . . . .... Historian SUSIE BENTQON ........ ........... S ong Leader LINDA CHILDRESS ................ ...... Y .W'.C.A. Representative PAT RAINWATER AND ANNE VAUGHAN ...... Town Council Representatives NOEL DAVIDSON .............. . . .College Government Representative PAT EDGERTON . . . ............. .AA Representative 50 -..L , .A Wesfhampfon Freshman Class lf ' rlrf .V N1 -5 G i ,wxyz 'Q V ,x gf' ,:'5". 45.- kr I ,. MFQ-""k I X is-J. M,-1 " " ' , 1 1,1,1'., IW: . , . ,. .U -31 W S N .. , A X 11 11 ga H J, -, qu '41, ' 'I 1 ag, 1 1 1 .. .X . 1 Q- .1 if-iw 1 1 W J L QS: I, ik 1 x I 1 ' Ki? 93' 4- Q 6 17' 4 H ii' h lt- 48,4 1 " 1. 1, 1 9' Q x "1 I 1?-35 '?' , A ' ,111 X1 VB I A1 1'4- '5 11 1.1111 ' 'Y M1 I K? -' J' as A . 'I 5' 1 f I 'Ty l 1 1 A I KATHLEEN ANDERSON PATRICIA ARVIN JUDY BAILEY MARCIA BANDAS JANE BARLETT KAREN BARNES DOROTHY BARTON SUSAN BENTON JOAN BLACK SUZANNE BLINN MARGARET BREMNER PATRICIA BROWN TERESA BROWN JUDY BRUCK KAY BURNETTE PATRICIA CALLIS SHARON CARDWELL LINDA CHILDRESS GEORGIA CLARKE JEAN CLODFELTER PAT COGHILL PATRICIA COLLINS CAROL COPLEY NANCY COX MARGARET CRIDLIN HELEN CROSS CAROLE CROWE PEGGY DANIELS BARBARA DIETLER ELIZABETH DILLARD JUDY DOLLENBERG CAROLYN DOTY VICKY DYER PATRICIA EDGERTON JUDY ELLETT BARBARA EVANS SUSAN EVANS SANDRA FAIRFIELD ELIZABETH FARMER JESSICA FENIMORE PAT FERGUSON LOIS ANN FLOURNOY CHARLOTTE GOODE MAUREEN GOODE SANDRA GOODMAN LACEY GORDON BILLIE GRIGSBY CAROL GULASKY BETTY HARRIS SARA HAYS LOIS HELMBOLD MERRI HERMAN JANE HOGE ANN HOOD SUE HUDNALL SHARON HUDSON ELIZABETH HUMMEL SUZANNE IVEY MARY ANN JAMES JUDY KAY JOHNSON SHERWYN JOHNSON BARBARA JONES JILL JONES NANCY KALOUSDIAN ANNE KAY NANCY KEITH TERRY KINCHELOE MICHELE KIPPS DOLLY KIRKPATRICK JANINE KULAK PAT KURSCH MARY STUART LAND JACKIE LASSITER SHARON LESTER MARY ANN LIPPINCOTT JUDY MCCANN BETTY MCDONALD ALYCE MCGINNIS KAROLYN MCKIMMEY SARAH MCLAUGHLIN EILEEN MAHONEY WENDY MAHON SANDRA MATTHEWS CHRISTA MERZ VICKY MILLER BETTY NEWMAN BEVERLY NOBLE VIRGINIA NORTON JOAN ODLAND PARKIE PARKINSON ANN PAYNE ANN ASHLEY PEARSON LINDA PHELPS MARGARET PHELPS LOIS POLLARD ANNE POMEROY PAT RAINWATER JANE RECTOR NOLA RICE BONNIE ROBERTSON LOIS ROBINSON GERALDINE RUTTER BROWNIE SALES ELLEN SANDERSON JOAN SCHOOLS DARLENE SCOTT PATRICIA SHANDS NANCY SHARP Westhampfon Freshman Class 5 .E Q, as sad 9 I-I I WS' SI 3 J, - . ,!,. .. HIQNU- ' Z' 3 Q ,' I , sf? , , I Q "Ls 'il - LX. v .1 . - Thr TK lflwq' F- H " wwtk 'J ,W it I L S v sg, ' N- 6 ' 1- K I - ' .W 3 3 ' 1 I I I S I. ? -If ul I Westhampton Freshman Class wb 'Eg gn. RFQ J , I 'I N 1 WHA . ,1 Q fs. ,,,.-p W 1 . I ,B Sf' -- T":':::w I HN sisiisis , :ff fr 1' 'A QL !f' 4 5? uxlw - B 1. I v- I 1 Ll HE Wmiiiiifff MARY SHELDON SUSAN SHEPHERD BARBARA SHREEVE CAROL SILVER ALICE SMITH BARBARA SNEAD BARBARA SOUTHALL MILLIE STEIN LUCI STEWART DIANA SUMMERS ASTRA SWINGLE LINDA TABSCOTT ANN TAYLOR MARY TAYLOR TERESA TAYLOR BARBARA TOWSEY ANNE TULL BETSY TYLER CAROLE ANN UPCHURCH NANCY USSERY ANNE VAUGHAN CHARLOTTE WALDROP MEG WELLS CHERYL WHITNEY MARTHA ANNE WHOLEY BRUCE WILBORN SYDNEY WILLIAMS MARY BO WILLIS KATHLEEN WILLS BETSY WILSON PEGGY WOMELDORF , , , V V :ABQ ,As I-Ar I ss I f M IN CWM . 2 I 5855 YQ' Y ... L ?a.,...,..4 ,V , A Q E ,,,. -. , . , ' 'A .q,,...W?'0 1 11-ff" 'T G 1 ' -K mf ,. My v 1-' -.M M- WL- w w 4 . 1 2 2 fr.-w1.,4 , 'z-r,..v1Q6? 4 '-,vs mf . .-X.:-- '12,--WX . -Jeff.-:fin .f' M "'9 32". ff" P A a ww" w?A.Sw-s2-- fi-sf: vw, ' pa, .-rf -4- ., . A -..-,. .. W ,, :.., S-W--55 . - , ff-f A f gf::af41-nll1.r"1-.iffge-.-.elf :aan fe-21--use-1 .IVE Y. V x -- ,..-f . .. ,, . A , 1:.-.- 5612- ' .' .. ,,i ..e 'E"??'5ff9g-' 'X - -' f :,fuQ-.: . -'f- 1,'1. f -, 1 . , , ,V ,1 J - 'E-n , Y , ,, . ,,,,.,5.,,,, guxw-n,.1.,.is00v'-:05",'SAhdwlyqq. 0 'QP' al' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right, seated: H. Douglas Lee, J. David McDonald. Standing: Carlos Coleman, Bill Taliaferro, Jerry Silver. Not pictured: Thomas Benton. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS H. DOUGLAS LEE ...... .... P resident MAJOR THOMAS BENTON . . . . .Vice-President WILLIAM TALIAFERRO . . .... Secretary CARLOS COLEMAN ...... . . .Treasurer JAMES DAVID MCDONALD .. .. .Senator JERRY SILVER ........ .... D elegate 55 HENRY ALPERIN B.S., Chemistry Petersburg, Virginia ARTHUR A. ANTHONY, III B.A., History Spencer, Virginia LESLIE MAYO BAKER, JR. RA., English Lovettsville, Virginia ALAN STEPHEN BALABAN BA., Political Science Norfolk, Virginia JEROME DAVID BECKER B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia M. THOMAS BENTON, JR. BA., English Suiiolk, Virginia STEPHEN DOUGLAS BLOOD B.S., Chemistry Alexandria, Virginia JACKSON MILLER BRUCE BA., Political Science Culpeper, Virginia JOHN GUS CAMETAS BUS., Chemistry Christiansburg, Virginia 56 . .. of 19364 'O' uv if xr 'Il' I Tiana Richmond College BOYD DAVID CAVE, JR. B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia CHARLES B. CHANCE, JR. BA., English Richmond, Virginia GARLAND W. CHILDRESS, JR B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia THOMAS FRANKLIN CLAY RA., English Henderson, North Carolina EDWARD SIMON COHEN BA., Political Science Newport News, Virginia CARLOS WADE COLEMAN BA., History Bassett, Virginia ROBERT F. COLLINS, II BA., English Newport News, Virginia KENNETH EDWARD CROW RA., English Wilmington, North Carolina EDWARD OLEN CULLER BA., Political Science Richmond, Virginia 57 PHILIP V. DAFERON B.A., English Bon Air, Virginia A. FRANKLIN DARNELL, JR BA., Chemistry West Point, Virginia JAMES A. DEANGELIS, JR. BA., History New Milford, New Jersey EMMETT D. DUNNEVANT BA., Bible and Religion Richmond, Virginia ROBERT M. DUNVILLE, JR. B.A ., Psychology Richmond, Virginia DAVID G. EDMONDSON B.S., Chemistry Purcellville, Virginia HENRY SNYDER ENCK, III BA., History Gambier, Ohio ROBERT RYLAND EVERETT BA Ps cholo - -: 9' 89' Norfolk, Virginia FLOYD THOMAN FALLEN B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia I A I. R I f Senior Class M ,, -,-, Sym, I In Y Y , V Im. , II ...iv ' 1 --,- ,w...m1.. A .ww O - eiffuiemw 51 .3-,mf :ww . new SR ' -MJ' . , .4 ' ' :F imasem ,As 'game aa , image. was I ' , 3.-gf, .,, 4 . . Ea? mmasseag fav - 'fe A L- m - M ' 72: L' - .M ' Y , ' ' 11552139 as , 1 , Y Y ,vu , 58 ,, , ,.,i,,,,,,,, .,.. ., :,.t,- ,.,J.Xg,, , 1- -A ' . 2 ' -- , -L':'c,:,: meaaercz-eqfva - I 1 mi A 'ini SN -'1 -ea'-' f1 N Richmond College WILLIAN RAY FERGUSON B.A., Sociology Richmond, Virginia DOUGLAS R. FOUGHT B.A., History Arlington, Virginia JOHN DECKER FRAZER B.S., Chemistry Hamilton, Virginia G. MALLORY FREEMAN, JR BA., Political Science Richmond, Virginia CLYDE DALE GAMES B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM T. GARNETT, JR B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia RICHARD L. GARRETSON, JR BA., History Ambler, Pennsylvania EDWARD M. GARRETT, JR. BA., Bible and Religion Richmond, Virginia JAMES E. GARRETT, JR. BA., English and Speech Fredericksburg, Virginia 59 KENNETH MICHAEL GEIGER B.S., Education Blackshear, Georgia ROBERT MCC. GEORGE, JR. BA., Biology Richmond, Virginia CHARLES LEE GESHEKTER B.A., History Baltimore, Maryland RONALD MILTON GILMORE BA., Political Science Richmond, Virginia BARRY ALLEN GOLDIN B.A., Sociology Richmond, Virginia MARSHALL P. GORDON, III B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia ROBERT COLLINS GORMAN B.S., Biology Mechanicsville, Virginia BOBBY JOE GORMUS B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia CHARLES ALTON HARTZ BA., Political Science Richmond, Virginia 60 bw 5 , senior Cli-assi of 1964 THOMAS ELLIOTT HILL BA., English Easton, Maryland RODNEY LEE HITE B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia GEORGE EMIL HOFFER B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia JAMES LARRY HOOVER B.S., Chemistry Roanoke, Virginia RICHARD LANSEY HORTON BA., Bible and Religion Clifton' Forge, Virginia KENNETH W. HUMPHREY BA., English Richmond, Virginia EDWARD T. HUTCHESON B .S., Physics Richmond, Virginia JAMES CHARLES J EFFERS BA., Political Science Richmond, Virginia JERRY LEWIS JENKINS BA., Chemistry Ridgeway, Virginia 61 JOSEPH JOHN KESSEL BA., History Wayne, New Jersey WALTER BLUFORD KILBY B.S., Chemistry Sperryville, Virginia WAYNE MONROE KNIGHT BA., English Spotsylvania, Virginia WILLIAM P. A. KNIGHT B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia JAMES PAYTON LAWLESS BA., English McLean, Virginia ROBERT LINTON LEARY B.S., Biology Richmond, Virginia HOWARD DOUGLAS LEE BA., English Danville, Virginia FRANK D. LILLASTON, III B.A., English Richmond, Virginia SHERWIN ELY LITTLE BA., Psychology Richmond, Virginia 62 5 Senior Class iii Of H1964 A-iv' 1....49f 1 i It :file-1:-,ig ,, ' vm., in R1 -l 4 'Ti AA. s.. if A61 li ' QQ l A grue- N Z . s.' L- .. ,T4 .i..-,- YY-, L L -if H7777--rf-4-7 A--W .,,. ,, . - EA - Mn . L- AAA L EM W if Q! . RONALD ALAN LIVELY B.S., Biology Richmond, Virginia SAMUEL C. MCCORMICK BA., Bible ana' Religion Norfolk, Virginia JAMES DAVID MCDONALD BA., History Richmond, Virginia DANIEL C. MCFADEN BA., Latin Richmond, Virginia STEVE JOHN MACIK B.A., Psychology Canonsburg, Pennsylvania LARRY JACK MARANGOS B.A., French and Spanish Raleigh, North Carolina JOHN NORRIS MARTIN B.S., Mathematics Highland Springs, Virginia MELVIN CRAIG MATTHEWS B.S., Psychology Richmond, Virginia ROBERT GERALD MEARS BA., English Chincoteague, Virginia . q . J L f. ffff' QCD . any .A . EH K.,:,..e ' . pint 'A 'fn i -J Q -rw-m"-,.A L- M E 2 iz . 1-in -3 -V5 -A-:'.ui-L' P- J A , si:-",',.f A fini, . Al . A ,tw gy L, Awe- ,',,l -,, 1. ff? vi- 4 re' 1 R ws' ll' X1 "gf 'ggi 1 'ft' uf" 'fx A S X I L fi 'S IWONL 9 - il 0 eerie ' T- w . z'..E..f:,,, :.,.'.-.A :Uni va.: .... 1 4 .L 'mfr ,,f : gil, . 'Liar d'.'u3,.1j ,I 1' IL!! 'l 63 STUART BOWE MEDLIN BA., History West Point, Virginia EDWIN OURAY MEYER, JR BA., English Richmond, Virginia BURNETT MILLER, III BA., Political Science Culpeper, Virginia ALBERT T. MITCHELL BA., History Alexandria, Virginia WESLEY R. MONFALCONE B.A., Psychology Newport News, Virginia JOHN ROBERT MOODY B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia JAMES F. MORANO, JR. BA., History Richmond, Virginia DEAN FARRAR MORRIS BA., English Bremo Bluff, Virginia WILLIAM MASON Moss B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia 64 mi A .. A.,..,,.,,,g, ee4g,5afm..A,.,.,g Qmszseiws , .,.,,,,.,.A..A,A,., mAm.,A Sw wx AWA. f AA., . .mm Exim wg .:- vw I ii 23 vw, : xnifiiii M5333 fsazfszffsfriff Hszfligef -gf H- I. X ...ny - J , .KAW , was g A221522 - if Q1 A my in mzwi mms 5 'i Q-9' Senior Class 3 be 7 in-qw' iv .Lea Richmond College JAMES D. NICHOLSON B.A., Bible and Religion Orange, Virginia WILLIAM CLAYTON NOBLES BA., Political Science Norfolk, Virginia RUSSEL KENT ODLAND B.S., Chemistry Arlington, Virginia PAUL CRAIG ORGAN BA., History Sarasota, Florida RALPH A. PALMIERI, JR. B.S., Physics Richmond, Virginia Louis THOMAS PASTORE B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia ANDREW S. PASTORIUS B.A., Political Science Orange, Connecticut DONALD NEAL PATTEN BA., Political Science Newport News, Virginia ROBERT CARROLL PATTON B.A., Biology Clinchco, Virginia 65 GORDON B. PORTER, JR. B.A., Bible and Religion Norfolk, Virginia STUART LINWOOD PRINCE B.A., History Walkerton, Virginia GERALD L. PURYEAR B.A., Education Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM F. RANSON, JR. BA., Biology Bremo Bluff, Virginia RUDOLPH LOUIS RAYMAKER B.A., French Richmond, Virginia JOHN J UDE RICE B.A., Sociology Colonial Beach, Virginia I WARREN WAYNE RIGGAN B.A., Political Science Martinsville, Virginia HENRY H. RIST, III BA., Bible and Religion Martinsville, Virginia GEORGE J. ROCKWELL, JR. BA., Psychology Chase City, Virginia 66 I 'F J. "9 il .E Senior Class of 1964 Q H ,Av P" -5 SQ R CHARLES M. ROSENBERGER BA., Mathematics Winchester, Virginia THEODORE C. ROWE, III B.S., Chemistry Portsmouth, Virginia CLARENCE E. ROYSTER B.S., Chemistry Cluster Springs, Virginia MORRISS ALLEN SAUNDERS BA., Classics Petersburg, Virginia MARVIN DAVID SCHWARTZ- B.S., Physics Richmond, Virginia RUSSELL LEE SCRUGGS B.A., History Cullen, Virginia PHILIP DAVID SEAT B.A., Psychology Hampton, Virginia SILAS S. SHELBURNE, JR. B.A., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia GEORGE E. SIEGFRIED B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia , I "EiEiE1 3i.'u"f'Jf?2 ,, 'V QF ' ' I' -N f f " Q, ' 1 ' ' I' f 4. I 9 . Ind IC.olI,e,gIe ttt rerere In I I 1 - 67 RUSSELL OLIVER SILER BA., English Martinsburg, West Virginia JERRY BARNETT SILVER BA., Psychology and English Chambersburg, Pennsylvania ALVIN N. SMITH, JR. B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM T. SOMMERS BA., History East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania MARTIN W. SOUDERS, II B.S., Physics and Mathematics Richmond, Virginia JAMES BRYAN SPELL, JR. B.A., Political Science Arlington, Virginia EARL RONALD SPENCE B.A., Speech Virginia Beach, Virginia VERNON E. STANLEY, JR. BA En lish . ., g Emporia, Virginia MELVYN STIRISS BA., English Edgewater, New Jersey 68 10:51 if 3 9 Senior Class of 1964 -F? if 8 jf 1 xg, X jg, ' I l I Richmond College STEPHEN F. STUTZMAN BA., Economics Herndon, Virginia DOUGLAS W. SWEENEY BA., Journalism Arlington, Virginia WILLIAM L. TALIAFERRO BA., Economics Center Cross, Virginia JOSEPH DESHAZO TATUM B.S., Mathematics Spencer, Virginia WARREN F. TAYLOR, JR. B.A., English Smithfield, Virginia JACK WADE THOMASSON BA., Sociology Hopewell, Virginia JACK F. THOMPSON, JR. B.S., Chemistry Glen Allen, Virginia WILLIAM ROBERT TOLBERT B.S., Physics and Mathematics Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM ORRIN TUNE, JR. BA., Political Science Chatham, Virginia 69 ROBERT MANN TURNER BA., English Waynesboro, Virginia JOHN MICHAEL VITTONE B.A., English Masontown, Pennsylvania ALLEN JOHN WALL, JR. B.A., English Garfield, New Jersey JOHN SAMUEL WEAVER B.S., Mathematics Remington, Virginia LESLIE S. WEBB, JR. B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia CARLEN GILBERT WEEDER B.S., Biology Parsippany, New Jersey JOHN LEE WELLS B.S., Biology Richmond, Virginia GEORGE ALLEN WHELESS BA., Journalism Chesapeake, Virginia ROLAND WAYNE WHITE BA., English and Spanish Richmond, Virginia 70 A N 'I Richmond College JOHN M. WHITE-HURST BA., History Roanoke Rapids, N. C. KENNETH M. WILBOURNE B.A., Education Frederick, Maryland DAVID E. WILLIAMSON B.S., Biology Richmond, Virginia FREDDIE L. WILT BA., Sociology Orange, Virginia DAVID KING WOODROOF B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia GEORGE A. WRAY, JR. BA., History Hampton, Virginia ARCHER L. YEATTS, III B.A., English Richmond, Virginia 471 j vlnnuslqhun-nvn'1qu1sg'1mn.u liiylznilnlnnnuulnuq--Q, iCiQsc-Hain-1:11115 UCiQiQlCHiO-idlgl 2331611 Q'1D-nit-mn:-in Dtlillihiuiqj N nuQuuqg'R.4wiliAgiI'uininlimi? ,, m ,Q 5ltHfsI QlliH-QWK2 pw Vi-4Qm9lGiQQQiQ m :sinus-a1u1l1lil1 'una usa 1 1lI pil, his-an ltluqfi ' J ,Q mi ' JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Left to right: Richard Layton, Richard Cook, Cul-us Payne, Larry Hltchner Not pzctured William Adams, Harold Ingram. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS RICHARD CooK . . . LARRY I-IITCHNER . . WILLIAM ADAMS . . HAROLD INGRAM . . RICHARD LAYTON .. CURTIS PAYNE .. Juniors CARROLL ADAMS BILL ADAMS MICHAEL ANDREWS ROBERT ARTHUR GEORGE ATWELL JACK AUSTIN GEORGE AUX HERBERT BAER RUSSELL BAKER JOHN BAILEY STEPHEN BAIN LUTHER BARDEN DAVID BOOTS LAWRENCE BRETT DAVID BRYDON SPENCER BULLINGTON BUZ BUSKIRK JIM CAMPBELL STEVE CARPENTER BILL CARPENTER JOHN CARROLL FLOYD CHURN STUART CLOUGH LARRY COLEMAN BOB COLGIN HAROLD CONNER JOHN COURTNEY EARL CROUCH CHARLES CUMMINGS LARRY DAVID ROBERT DAVIES HENRY DICKINSON DANNY DONLON MARSHALL DWYER BILL EARLY RICHARD EDWARDS CARL ERICKSON DENNIS FABELLA RALPH FALLIN ROBERT FISCHBACH Richmond JOHN FLATT TRACY FLOYD ROY FORD LANGHORNE FRANCIS FIELDING GARNER JAMES GATES JOHN GOOCH READ GOOD TOMMY GOODMAN D. T. GRAY JAMES GREEN HAROLD GUY TOM HANSER WAYNE HARRIS GEORGE HAZELTON LARRY HITCHNER JOHN HODGE RICHARD HODSDON JULIAN HOLLAND AARON HOPKINS JOHN HOPKINS GEORGE HUDGINS ROBERT HUNGERFORD DOUG HUNT HAROLD INGRAM MARVIN JAFFE REGGIE JONES RONALD JONES POWELL JOYNER RICHARD KORINK MICHAEL KUSHEBA MORTON LAMBERT FRANK LASLEY RICHARD LAYTON TOWNES LEA RICHARD LEVIN GEORGE LONDEREE JOHN LONEY JAMES LUCK JESSE LUMSDEN Juniors ANDREW MCCRARY ROBERT MCDANIEL DENNIS MCENTIRE WILLIAM MCINTYRE JOHN MCMICHAEL ROBERT MARCHANT AL MARKOW RICHARD MARKS HOWARD MARLEY ROGER MEACHAM LARRY MENTZER ED MILLER KEITH MONROE EARLE MOORE STUART MOTLEY HAROLD MUDDIMAN DAVID NELSON JOSEPH NEWTON DAN NORMAN JOSEPH NUARA RONALD ODOM STEPHEN O,NEILL TERRY OWEN RICK PARKS DICK PARKER JERRY PARR GORDON PATERSON HARVEY PATTERSON CURTIS PAYNE DICK PETERSON ROBERT PHILYAW LEE POTTER LINWOOD POWERS DENNIS PRYOR STEPHEN RENALDS ROBERT RICE JAMES RICHARDSON JAMES RICHIE BARRY ROBERTS MURRAY ROSENBERG Richmond Junior Class '5 N 76 'G N T WILMER ROWE TONY SAKOWSKI DOUGLAS SALTER CHARLES SAMUELS JOHN SAPONSKY FRED SCHNEIDER EDGAR SHRUM MICHAEL SMELSER JOHN BRUCE SMITH JAMES SPICER WILLIAM STEINMETZ LEWIS STORY JAHN SUMMS WAYNE TALLEY ROY TAYLOR CHARLES THOMAS CLAUDE TOLBERT DAVID TRAYLOR STRAN TROUT STANLEY TUCKER JAMES WAGONER EDWARD WAITE ROBERT WATERS PHILIP WILLIAMS ROBERT WILLIAMS NEIL WILLIAMS DANIEL WRIGHT COLEMAN YEATTS ROBERT YOUNG SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Left to right: Al Towberman, Donald K. 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R W. 1,,, N' f, L ',,:, .U x..'-L, . . . .President Vice-President . . . .Secretary . . .Treasurer . . . .Senator . . .Delegate THOMAS ADAMS ROBERT ALLEN JAMES ANDREWS WARREN ANDREWS FRANK APPEL JOSEPH ARONICA ALEX ASBLE BILL BAILEY ROBERT BALDWIN DONALD BARNES ANTHONY BAROODY BOB BAYLISS JON BELDING GREG BENJAMIN WINSTON BLENCKSTONE VERN BOSCHEN WALLACE BOWERS LAURENCE BOYCE CHARLES BRAGG KEITH BROWN LARRY BROWNING CHARLES BRYANT JEFF BUSHWAY DONALD BUTLER CREED CALDWELL JOHN 'CALDWELL HENRY CAMPBELL JOHN CAMPBELL EDWARD CAPPS DOUGLAS CARPER BOB CARY ROGER COLLIER ED COLSTON TIM CONNELLY VERNON CONRAD RICHARD CORBIN LUKE COUKOS BOB COUSINS GERRY DALTAN MERCER DARDEN EDWARD DEDGE WAYNE DEMENTI ROGER DEMIK GRAHAM DILDAY RANDY DRAYER TRAVIS DUPRIEST PETER ELDREDGE RICHARD ELLIOTT CLAUDE EVANS JOHN FARRAR RALPH FAULHABER MICHAEL FEI-IL WALTER FELTON JAMES FERGUSON -s 5 G. I. lv 1 , -gf, , A 'r 532 Tm H .A.,. , " V Vg M I V VM. P C . 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V, W gl--l IAAH f ' 'V 1,7-rl fr jx ff' Mr Mfyw. L4 K,!I igggwjij Q -ff ,J L-X 4, ,wg,q.w ' M- 1 , -A , , -.E .ll ',.Q-' PETER KUCERA RONALD MAY . ROBERT TAYLOR BARRY Moss . . . FITZHUGH LEE . JOHN SPICER .. , X , Ai, 4 .x,f,' O. n W, ,M ,, ,.!, ,U . .iff 4 1 'v 1 1 w YY:- . . . .President . . . Vice-President . . . .Secretary . . .Treasurer . . .Senator . . .Delegate CLIFFORD ALTSCHULL DOUGLAS ANDERSON J. W. ANDREWS RAY ASHWORTH MARC AXEL ERNIE BAICH JOSEPH BAIRD RANDOLPH BAIRD ERIC BALL DAVE BALLARD TOD BALSBAUGH LLOYD BASS BUSTER BATTS JOHN BAUSERMAN EDWARD BELKNAP KENNETH BLANKS BILL BOYER BOB BRADENHAM AURELIUS BRANTLEY BRUCE BROCK JOE BRISTOW GEORGE BRITTLE DONALD BROUGHTON BILL BUCKNER ARTHUR BUNNELL JOHN BUYNITZKY MCCOY CAMPBELL MARK CARDONA JAMES CARR FRANK CHILDREY FREDERIC CLARK HANK CLAUSEN JIM CLIBORNE BUTCH COHEN WAYNE COLEMAN RAYMOND COMPTON HOWARD CONWELL ROBERT COX MIKE CRITZER STANLEY CROSSLAND JIMMY CRUTCHFIELD BILL CUNNINGHAM BOB CUNNINGHAM BOB DANDRIDGE WAYLAND DENTON RICHARD DICKINSON MASON DIRICKSON WILLIAM DOWNING DAVID DRAYER ANDREW DUNN FRANCIS DUPONT MILTON EARLY MAC EDWARDS DONALD EVERETT Richmond Freshman Class : ,U YYY, -Vw-5, is I-T ,II '5-Q6 , 'IIfgI,IIm " A ' I -I .I,,I A I --, ,, Apr, U, 'I A I I I' .i III' - . lg., II f'i':'Qe "" IIMQ A WTW "" 1" I L SAQQI I 1 ' M J 'mm H J W C .! -N1 K "II JS-- Agn iw ' 7 : me "-'rv .-I fi ' s - I Iiiifim IV rl I 5 N V k ..,. , Q 1 -ss., -1,353 I 45 4""""? 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W. SCOTT MICHAEL SEIDEMANN CHARLES SHAUGHNESSY WILLIAM SHELOR HENRY SHOTWELL RICHARD SINCLAIR Richmond Freshman Class 'es-Y. 4. , 'J wi M, 5 ., M sa.. HJ W 1 I N , ,--- !-,' 5 Ez.. fs 51 wh! .r "wp "Q"3"L ' I I I ,sllu I ssfss I Q 'Q gMfWg3iWmQV MQfQ?E5EEQ FYI? Rqyf I: .. ' I' Y t MICHAEL SISK GEORGE SMITH HOWARD SMITH JAMES SMITH STAN SODOMKA MICHAEL SOUKUP JAMES SOYARS JOSEPH SPENCER KENNETH SWECKER DAVE SZUMOWSKI JOHN TABB DONALD TAYLOR MICHAEL TAYLOR ROBERT TAYLOR SANDY TUCKER THOMAS WALKER SAMUEL WALKER JOSEPH WALLACE DON- WEAVER BILL WILDS RODDY WILLIAMS CHARLES WOODWARD HAROLD WOODYARD FRED YELINEK WILLIAM YOUNGER RAUL ZALLES 5 ,,.-aq,,.! SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right, first row: Russell Wa'nen, William Strickland. Second row: John Turner Dennis Rozum. . SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS RUSSELL WARREN ..... ...... P resident WILLIAM STRICKLAND . . . . .Vice-President JOHN TURNER ...... .... S ecretary DENNIS ROZUM . . . . .Treasurer 87 ALVIN CARL ALLEN B.S., Marketing Emporia, Virginia RUSSELL EARLE ALLEN B.S., Marketing Towson, Maryland RALPH DAVID BARNER, II B.S., Industrial Management East Lansing, Michigan WILLIE JOHN BEHNKEN B.S., Business Economics Richmond, Virginia LARRY EUGENE BOPPE B.S., Accounting Winchester, Virginia DOUGLAS B. BOWERS B.S., Marketing Bethesda, Maryland JOSEPH GORDON BOWDEN B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia JOHN NATHAN BUSEY B.S., Marketing Manassas, Virginia HARRY LEE CANNON BAS., Marketing Salem, Virginia 88 fi 'sf l'f.'T"' The Senior Class Of 1964 , 'M' "RCE ,Z Ju H 22 If I ,. -I., U-f, CHARLES WESLEY CLOE, III B.S., Economics and Y rm, In .Ig . 'I " , Accounting , Richmond, Virginia 55" i WILLIAM H. COLLINS, JR. B.S., Management I P Q-.4 bw ' Vineland, New Jersey ine' A. ARNOLD COTTOM, JR. B.S., Marketing and Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia HENRY WAYNE Cox B.S., Marketing Mechanicsville, Virginia if 5-3 W I B.S., Marketing juni' Richmond, Virginia N-Y EUGENE LITTLE CRUMP B.S., Economics Lynchburg, Virginia WILLIAM TERRY CUTTS B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia GALE JACKSON DEACON, JR B.S., Economics Covington, Virginia LARRY THOMAS DECO B.S., Marketing Avella, Pennsylvania School Of Business Adminisfrafion 89 WILLIAM A. CROXTON, JR. DWIGHT VEAz1E DEMASTERS B.S., Marketing Waynesboro, Virginia JOSEPH MICHAEL DESCH B.S., Marketing I Orange, New Jersey DONALD AARON DOUGLAS B.S., Marketing Farnham, Virginia DOUGLAS GLENN EDWARDS B.S., Management Richmond, Virginia HANSEL WALLACE EDWARDS B.S., Industrial Management Hampton, Virginia PHILLIP WAYNE FINCH B.S., Accounting Newport News, Virginia MICHAEL DONALD FIRST B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia JOHN ALLEN FOX B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia GEORGE F. GREEN, III B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia 90 A 1-rf LOUIS GRAY GUTBERLET B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia JAMES HOWARD HIGGS B.S., Marketing I Casanova, Virginia ROBERT ALAN HOLSTEN B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM JAMES HOWELL B.S., Business Administration Centreville, Virginia ROBERT SCOTT JEPSON, JR B.S., Business Administration Richmond, Virginia .ALVIN BERNLEY JOHNSON B.S., Marketing Suffolk, Virginia HENRY PAGE JOHNSON, JR B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia ERBY A. J OHNSTON, JR. B.S., Finance Farmville, Virginia TERRY KENNEDY KINUM B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia School Of Business Administration CLAXTON WILLIAM LACY B.S., Accounting Bradenton, Florida RUFFIN DAVIS LEE, JR. B.S., Marketing - Kenbridge, Virginia FRANK ANTHONY LEONARD B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia JERRY LEE LINDSEY B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia GLEN BAILEY LUTZ B.S., Personnel Management Winchester, Virginia JAMES L. MCGUEFIN B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia EUGENE ALAN MCNAMEE B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia SHERMAN ROBERT MALECH B.S., Marketing Englewood, New Jersey WYATT SLATER MAPP, JR. B.S., Business Economics Newport News, Virginia 92 Q1 P' .FK Ymfiliirsis , , fi 'Vi' I, gi . , Ui- . A Imiiimg: Qi, I The Senior Class of 1964 MICKEY NICHOLAS MARKOS B.S., Accounting Newport News, Virginia STANLEY W. MARSHALL B.S., Marketing Arlington, Virginia ELIZABETH MATHEWSON B.S., Personnel Management Richmond, Virginia JAMES RAY MULLEN B.S., Management Richmond, Virginia EDWARD MOORE NEWMAN B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia BILLY ANDREW Nix B.S., Economics Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM Moss NOONAN B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia BARI BENJAMIN NOVEY B.S,, Personnel Relations Emporia, Virginia HORACE FRED PACE, JR. B.S., Management Richmond, Virginia School Of Business Aclminisfrafion JOHN BERNARD PALOCHAK B.S., Economics Aliquippa, Pennsylvania THOMAS JOHN PEACOCK, JR. B.S., Accounting Bradenton, Florida HERBERT CURRIE PETERSON B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia JOSEPH RIVES PITTS B.S., Economics Richmond, Virginia KENDL PRICE PHILBRICK B.S., Marketing Baltimore, Maryland JAMES C. PHILLIPS B.S., Marketing Gloucester, Virginia PETER W. W. POWELL B.S., Management Baltimore, Maryland JOHN THOMAS REYNOLDS B.S., lnrlustrial Management Charlotte Court House, Va. PAUL GILBERT RICHLIN B.S., Accounting Lynchburg, Virginia 94 CAPT. R. F. RITCHIE, III USMC frefcll B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia DENNIS MICHAEL RozUM B.S., Economics Garfield, New Jersey JOSEPH ADAM SABATINI B.S., Accounting Berwick, Pennsylvania LECNARD W. SANDRIDGE, JR B.S., Accounting Crozet, Virginia WILLIAM EDWARD SAVAGE B.S., Personnel Management Richmond, Virginia ROBERT E. SCARBOROUGH B.S., Management Newport News, Virginia EDWARD LEE SCHNEIDER B.S., Finance Richmond, Virginia 0. MARTIN SHORTER, III B.S., Accounting . Richmond, Virginia' JOHN EDWARD SMITH, JR. B.S., Industrial Management Chase City, Virginia l I O 0 O School S Of Business Admlnlsfrahon WILLIAM CLEMENT SMITH B.S., Management Ocean City, New Jersey PANAYIOTIS STAVREDES B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM J. STRICKLAND B.S., Industrial Management Hopewell, Virginia JOHN MICHAEL TELEPO B.S., Accounting Easton, Pennsylvania JAMES LEE THACKER, JR. B.S., Industrial Management Disputanta, Virginia WILLIAM BARHAM THOMAS B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia CHARLES WINSTON TIBBS B.S., Personnel Management Richmond, Virginia JOHN DAVID TURNER, .I R. B.S., Economics Richmond, Virginia FRANK F. VANDEVORT, III B.S., Marketing Reading, Pennsylvania 96 JOHN DICKERSON Wlccs B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia ERNEST W. WHITTINGTON B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia GARY REDMOND WRIGHT B.S., Industrial Management Harriman, Tennessee BARRY ZELL B.S., Finance Richmond, Virginia :Q 'ix - A . , 4 3 if v L-- V -4 School Of Business Admlnlssfrahon 97 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right, first row: Tom Tucker, Larry Pryor, Ryland Mitchell. Second row ,llm Powers Logan Young, Jack Ellis. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS LARRY PRYOR . . TOMMY T UCKER . . . RYLAND MITCHELL .. LOGAN YOUNG ............. JACK ELLIS AND JAMES POWERS 98 . . . .President . . . Vice-President . . . .Secretary . . . Treasurer . . .Senators Juniors CRAIG ADAMS NORRIS ALDRIDGE ROBERT BARLOW BAILLIE BROWN BOBBY BULLS RICHARD CARAVATI EDWARD DUNN GLEN DUTY BOB EDWARDS LARRY ENGLISH ROBERT EVANS RONALD FREENY MELVIN HARRIS WARREN HAYES THOMAS HICKS HUGH HOCKMAN WILLIAM HOWELL HARRY HUTCHERSON PAUL KESSLER WILLIAM LYON RYLAND MITCHELL PEYTON MOTLEY CLIFTON O'BIER THOMAS PLATT JIM POWERS LARRY PRYOR JERRY RAY BILL RITCHIE DON ROBERTS THOMAS ROBERTS GENE RUARK JAIME SENDRA RICHARD SEWARD ROBERT SLIS BOB TAYLOR WILLIAM THOMAS WINK THOMPSON TOMMY TUCKER JOHN WOOLDRIDGE LOGAN YOUNG JAMES YOUNGLING ' 1,. ,N K 7 A 3 3. 1 rl, 'Q 2 4 -. 1 I . yy Q . .1 jf K E-S J U Y- is Q 2 ,Qi f if l 1 .1 K 1 1 S . 1 ww, fs 1 l :J I X 1 1 1 1 1 .-if , W 1 1 1 l W Kb '1 11 1 ' 1 ,, 1 ' U1 W1 41 ,A ' f - A 1 fi 1 - . 1 1 Q ,, sf' ' -E 1 1 ' '-3 1 ,. iff wg' 1 4, 11 13 ,. J NK Ne, VW" Wai' V .1 f M, ' i I . , f -, - f "T as Q , . , .435 F K' -I his ' 1 - . """ 1 1.-, . , 1 1 l '. - Y " ' V . 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Beaverdam, Virginia JACK CHAMPE MCCLUNG Summersville, West Virginia OSCAR LELAND MAHAN Pittsville, Virginia ROBERT WAGNER MANN Stuart, Virginia MELVIN RAY MANNINC Richmond, Virginia ARTHUR STANLEY MARIS Richmond, Virginia VINCENT J. MASTRACCO, JR Norfolk, Virginia ALEXANDER Z. MATZANIAS Richmond, Virginia 'IO4 ,W QQ I II"' I A, , .1 .II ,Ilgfiy I If 'C' I II ' I, -II I f ,I ,I '5s QS. cm gf 'F' aww I III' iIJ! JOHN EVANGELO PAPPAS III I , , , I 535254 Portsmouth, Virginia A113 VON LEROY PIERSALL Portsmouth, Virginia EDWARD HURDLE ROUNTREE Richmond, Virginia STEPHEN ANTHONY SCAFIDI Richmond, Virginia in-FII X GERALD WILLIAM SKLAR Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM ROBERT SMITH Martinsville, Virginia I I JOHN ROBERT STUMP Norton, Virginia WILLIAM J. SWANNER, III Portsmouth, Virginia EDWARD WILDMAN TAYLOR Richmond, Virginia Ist: aw- I ' III WI' A 'Z 5 As A "If 5 if I ' I13jiIf,IIi2Ii..Ifs,Is fs: I ' , asia: ' " " 5' Z' I 1 f SRI I . 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I .I I I, II ,II IIS, II Im, II 105 LOUIS FRANCIS TREOLE Garfield, New Jersey JOSEPH THOMAS WEAVER Victoria, Virginia RANDOLPH TALLEY WEST Richmond, Virginia WILLIS EUGENE WHITE Portsmouth, Virginia JAMES L. WHITLOCK Farmville, Virginia EEE HARRY WILLIAMS, II Danville, Virginia WILLIAM J. WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia FRANCIS L. WYCHE, JR. Petersburg, Virginia WILLIAM A. YOUNG, JR. Richmond, Virginia 106 I we-I ,I- LL- ,LA I I Q5 I I S!-I , ' leg, Y r - A if V Z 5 ' , I-Q 'VR 5 vf .. if " .wh N ' ,J VI I5 ' - - -4- ZYQSIP,-L '-5?553fi55?."V I WEEE? 5 5 zff ,. I" X " ,' 1 ,C . A -3 2, 'G II' gm'-ll' Ag, 1 A Elf- -I vu fear. I - A ' 2 '- ' " ' 'Z' j 'rf . .al -1' ,I I . 1 . ,I . , ,. ,. K wg! 2 IM, . I, ,, ' : 1. ' .I .: Y . RICHARD BRIAN ZORN Churchville, New York 3rd YEAR L AW Second Year WADE ADAMS NICHOLAS ANTONAZZO JAMES BETTS JAMES BIMSON WENDELL CALL JOE CANADA HENRY CROOK B. H. DANIELS BILL FULLER SHOCKLEY GARDNER ROBERT GILLETTE JOHN GILMER STUART GLASSER HOWARD COULD GORDON HUMPHREY WILLIAM HUMPHRIES GROVER JENNINGS LEWIS JOLLY JERRY JONES PATRICK KEITH WILLIAM KERR LAUREN CE KESSLER LAWRENCE KOONTZ FRANK LYNCH MAC MCFARLANE STEPHEN MARGULIES WATSON MARSHALL RALPH MIRARCHI THOMAS MOORE ELTON MOSKALSKI KENNETH NYE ALFRED OWINGS CHARLES PERKINSON STEPHEN PROCTOR RICHARD RUEDA HARRY SCHLESINGER CHARLES STANZIALE WILLIAM STEPHENS ROBERT SONDEJ FRANKLIN TAYLOR JOHN TAYLOR PHILLIP TERRELL RUSSELL WATSON DAVE WEST THOMAS WILLIAMS NORWOOD WOODARD Ei- B- if nl- lug .f,, I , Qsqggu-if x 'bf N:- 6 'Qw- Z3 I M First Year MAURICE BELL WILLIAM BEVERLEY WILLIAM BRAND BILL BURTON JOHN BURCH STUART CARTER WAYNE COLEMAN ELMO CROSS WILLIAM DERVISHIAN JAMES DIZEREGA WILLIAM ELLYSON DUDLEY EMICK JEFFREY GARDY LESLIE GOODE WALTER GRIGGS JAMES GROSSMANN JAMES GUILL AL HANCOCK HOLMES HARRISON TOM HASSELL JAMES HUTTON BILL INGE JIM INGRAM JERRY KANTOR DABNEY LEE LEWIS MCDANIEL WARREN MATTHEWS FRANK MEGARO THOMAS NALLS TOM NANCE CARL PIGEON EDWARD RILEY JAMES ROBESON GEORGE ROGERS LOUIS ROSENSTOCK JOSEPH RUSSELL J OE SARNO MARK SCHNITZER DAN STEVENS WAYNE TIFFANY ANTHONY TROY ARCH WALLACE GORDON WILKINS JOSEPH WILLIAMS WILLIAM WOOD T. C. WILLIAMS SCHOCDL OF LAW .' 1 1' G i Trigg-' 1 Wresiiiimz s if 1101 . , . Tia . . . Y l : IEE The T. C. Williams Student Bar Association fulfilled its purpose of supplementing the law studentis curriculum by actively sponsoring many varied functions this year. Com- prised of all the students of the Law School, this organiza- tion attempts to function for the benefit of each of its mem- hers. During the fall, the main concentration was the accommo- dation of the first year students in adjusting to their new surroundings. A very thorough orientation program was ar- ranged. This was followed by a smoker to enable the new students to meet informally with the faculty and upperclass- men. Other first semester activities included the annual dance following the Bar Exam and the Christmas party for under- privileged children. In the spring the Bar Worked in organizing Law Day which was held in conjunction with the Alumni. Also the spring picnic was held as the last parting gesture prior to exams. STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION Left to right, Hrs! row: Bill Young, Arthur Maris. Second row: Joe Casada, Sam Kerr. REPRESENTATIVE TO STU- DENT BAR COUNCIL. Left to right, first row: John Stump, Bob Brooks, Ebb Williams. Sec- ond row: Grover Jennings, Bob Gillette, Johnny Joannow. ' 55529222 Q .gg ., 7 . if-Q33 ffifglizz rl N, H, H ' ggi, , 1 W A ivss wif' R fi 1 21 'r 1 - Q 1 A "T-j - W WILLIAM PARK LEMMOND, JR. MRS. W. PARK LEMMOND, JR. Dem! Sponsor DELTA THETA PHI Jeferson Senate Chapter Founded in Chicago in 1900 Established at University of Richmond in 1911 DELTA THETA PHI. Left to right, top row: Paul Barbery, John Follies., William Fuller, Charles Hawks, Harry Johnson, Bane Jones, Park Lemmond, Joseph Lewis. Second row: Melvin Manning, Von Piersall, Edward Rountree, William Swanncr, Joseph Weaver, Eugene White, Bob Williams, William Williams. Third row: John Gilmer, Gordon Humphrey, William Kerr, Thomas Moore, Elton Moskalski, Kenneth Nye, Alfred Uwnings, Charles Perkinson, Norwood Woodward. HQ - --1, , i Y -AAQA Q' J l RANDOLPH WEST MRS. RANDOLPH WEST justice Sponsor PHI ALPHA DELTA Patrick Henry Chapter Founded in Illinois in 1897 Established at University of Richmond in 1948 PHI ALPHA DELTA. Left to right, top row: Nicholas Antonazzo, Allan Buffenstein, Ralph Goldstein, Paul Goode, Rob- ert Hyman, Larry Jones, John Lampros. Second row: Jack Mcclung, Stephen Scafidi, Gerald Sklar, William Smith, Louis Treole, Randolph West, William Young. Third row: Richard Zorr, James Bimson, William Humphries, Grover Jennings, Patrick Keith, Laurence Kessler, Frank Lynch. Fourth row: Stephen Margulies, Watson Marshall, Ralph Mirarchi, Harvey Schlesinger, Charles Stanziale, Taylor. Phillip Terrell., Russell Watson. ' M -M' - Ii- .1 Zil -N I I ' ll N Ak A ez? Q ww X , ,Q 41. R 25,-so " RV. R E ,Le I 'N zgz 3 1 .gzz 24, aigQ,',Re,55,h 3 ' ROBERT W. MANN MRS. ROBERT W. MANN Justice Sponsor PHI DELTA PHI James Madison Inn F ounded-University of Michigan, 1869 Established at University of Richmond in 1962 PHI DELTA PHI. Left to right, top row: Bruce Beam, Charles Bowles, Robert Brooks, Edward Bryant, Boyd Collier John Daffron, Osvaldo Gil, Stanley Griffin, Marvin Hillsman. Second row: George Hinnant, Albert Lilly, Oscar Mahan Robert Mann, Arthur Maris, Vincent Mastracco, Robert Stump, Edward Taylor, Francis Wy'sche. Third row: Wade Adams Edward Betts Joe Canada Wendell Call Henr Crook Shockle Gardner Robert Gillette Stuart Glasser Howard Gould 9 y Y - Fourth row: Lewis Jolly, ,Jerry Jones, Lawrence Koontz, Stephen Proctor, Robert Sondej: William Stephens, John Taylor, Thomas Williams. 1 A , 7, , , Q 1-.T 'L in 1 EMRJQE .,- 1 - Q 7 9 1 McNEIL LAW SOCIETY ROBERT F. BROOKS .. ,,,,,, Chancellor JAMES D. DAVIS ........... V ice-Chancellor STANLEY E. GRIFFIN . . . . .Chancellor of the Exchequer McNElLL LAW SOCIETY. Left to right, first row: Harry Snead, Mel Manning, Law Notesg ,lim Davis, Bob Brooks, Arthur Maris, Law Notesg Bill Young. Second row: Edward Rountree, Bob Gillette, Sum Kerr, Paul Barbery, Ed Willianls, John Rawlings, Lawrence Koontz. Thirrl row: Bob Mann, Bill Marshall., Jim Betts, Joe Lewis. LEADERSHIP A leader is a man who has followers. He sees things through the eyes of his follow- ersg he has faith in people and lifts them upg he is both a man of thought and a man of actiong he has a sense of humor. The leader keeps his eyes on high goals. He strives to make the efforts of his followers and himself contribute to the achievement of more abundant living and the improvement of civilization. V, Q, 5 K ,M W wr M' A ,dr iw, ,J , M. 4 gg, ,, B as ,,5,,'1,.w,,,W.,X 1 Vamnxl 'wiv MED, W K., 'ffxzgf' 'f yin Wwe" fi ' M VI G Q w if mx if r Hxfwirm. Egg f 'sw 56. 55291 ve 1. FQ? ,TE ,U ft 'gp f E4 1,15 1" f ' Qi? .l ' 77. Af , i , .Ci N ' ' Ev, f , 4 , tml . 'QQ-'i-L: .L ' 1 www 1-X -f , fgqwgi 'im-+ ' f 7227: " - 'f' " - LI," K f Q G vw ,:' W 21 2 A f X A 5' mf w X X 2 W N ,1,fL.,, X V A A 2 wk m,.w,g , -- J. 23.31. 13,2-. , , ,. :I 0 U "XY ,fj,'2.'5fAiQ'1,r:5'v , " 'mf , , - My ' ,ggiflff - " X . ,, , ' -' , A - aff - -A' :edu 1 . .mlm V ELL. Ja, mgfv. ' A .- N ' X f , ' , ,M wg, Y 1 15,3 L.,-. , W X ,ww ,N ,hkr .. , 1 , ' , Q. ,. gs ,. 1 W X ' ' K K S X , V ' Q "'ir73iiJ'r . sig' X, ' ,X -, 5 WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION aw, .an ff? f-7 5. ,tu gg N X. , , X Hi"qj,',f GRACE ELAINE JOHNSON President 118 -4 4 -A531 be E COLLEGE COUNCIL. Left to right, seated: Millie Bradshaw, Euthecia Gunn, Nancy Holland, Elaine Johnson, Sally Abel, Brenda Wade, Glenda Nicholas. Standing: Cynthia Morgan, Done Williams, Joan Hoch, Noel Davidson, Marionette Parker, Walker Glenn, Susan DeAlba, Beth Edwards, Nancy Curtis. When Westhampton College was first opened in Septem- ber, 1914, the College Government Association was estab- lished. Its president, Celeste Anderson fO'F1ahertyj, and the dormitory president, Louise Reames fl-lundleyj, pre- sided over the Honor System, the College Government organi- zation, and the Residence Council. The original organization has been revised through the years to meet the needs of a student body which has grown from eighty-two to six hundred. The Westhampton College Government Association, with its honor system, is prized by the student body as its choice i heritage. i NORTH COURT RESIDENCE COUNCIL. Left to right, first row: Janet Wooden, Joanne Marshall, Marionette Parker, Su- sie Greenwood. Seconrl row: Leora Lawrence, Jane Thurman. HONOR COUNCIL. Left to right, Hrs! row: Elaine Johnson, Nancy Holland, Glenda Nicholas. Sec- ond row: Elizabeth Morris, Jane Thurman, Marionette Parker, Brenda Wade, Fran Dix. SOUTH COURT RESIDENCE COUNCIL. Left to right, first row: Judy Barnhardt, Glenda Nicholas. Second row: Elizabeth Morris, Gloria Harris, Mary Ellen Kyle. TOWN COUNCIL. Left to right, first row: Carolyn Brewster, Brenda Wade, Fran Dix, Martha Colston. Second row: Anne Vaughan, Pat Rainwater. RICHMGND COLLEGE STUDENT GOVERNMENT as M' H n 1 m tw is , 1 1,1 mga. ffrazfrmw Q it fzx .SMF dj? fit. J STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS. Left to right: Ray Robertson, Russel Siler, Archer Yeatts, Reggie Jones. Every student who enters Richmond College is a member of the Student Government Association. The purpose of this organization is to function as the supreme instrument of government in regulating the affairs of the student. In return, the student is expected to cooperate with his fellow students by taking an active interest in the associa- tion and by helping to encourage and uphold high standards of honor in all phases of campus life. The organization of the Government Association is mod- eled after that of the national government: executive, legisla- tive, and judiciary branches. The executive branch is headed by the president and includes the other officers of the Asso- ciation. The House of Representatives and the Senate form the legislative branch while the Honor Council is the judicial branch. HONOR COUNCIL. Left to right, first row: Frank Clay, Ted Rowe, Tommy Benton CChair- manj. Second row: Bill Talia- ferro, Tony Sakowski, Dick Marks, Dave Schreibfeder. Not pictured: Cecil Mercer. SENATE. Left to right, first row: Ray Robertson, Reggie Jones, Russ Siler, Archer Yeatts, Eddie Cohen. Second row: Larry Spi- gel, Horton Hobbes, D. T. Cray, Fitzhugh Godwin, Dave Me- Donald. Third row: Dick Peter- son, Micky Kerhy, Eddie Garrett, Dick Layton, Harry Lea, Tony Barcelona. HOUSE OF REPRESENTA- TIVES. Left to right, first row: Jim Cates, Jerry Silver, Tom Hill CSpeakerD, Mal Freeman, Jim Hill. Second row: Don But- ler, Coleman Yeatts, Howard Marley, Hank Alperin, Barri Coldin. Third row: Roger Meach- am, unidentified, Charles Syd- nor, Dan Norman. Fourth row: Steve Bain, Henry Dickinson, 'Jim Richardson, Wyatt Mapp. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT t L II' r X , i, my M V In ROBERT, S. JEES NQI JR... " IPresla1entffIrfK III 'II Y 4 I 'I22 was is V .15 'luv STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS. Left to right, first row: Butch Jepson, Betsy Mathewson. Second row: Cary Wright, Martin Shorter. The Student Government Association of the School of Business Administration counts every full-time student as a member. It was established by the students as a self-govern- ing organization. Its purpose is to represent and further the best interests of the student body and the entire school. A constant effort is made to bring about cooperation and efii- ciency among the different student organizations. The guiding principle of the Association, its component bodies, and its individual members has been honor. All its actions are moti- vated by the spirit of personal responsibility and individual integrity which are the recognized fundamentals of character to be found in the School of Business Administration. HONOR COUNCIL. Left to right, first row: Edward Schneider CChairmanJ, William Strick- land. Second row: Phil Finch, Ned Dunn, Charles Reynolds. SENATE. Left to right, first row: Barry Zell, John Higgs, Betsy Mathewson, Cary Wright, Frank Leonard. Second row: John Palochak, Jim Powers, Eddie Schneider, Toml Reynolds, Jack El is. SERVICE The finest gift a man can give to his age and time is the gift of a constructive and creative life. 'AB - bf' f f . 14:22,.:h , gi Q' K ,. , ' ' "A i'1'z " , - f . QiiQl" 'fr' JW '7 424-' .if 4 "au -eww ig? 1 J' "Zi -. 1 if :Am fdxtfifif .F-.f-,gas ff 7.5 r . ' A .1 ,YVQ V. W. Q . .44 , gp. , X si, s . -:q v-" , f 1 - r ' - . - ' S , k . ' , .4 I --, ' ,, 1 - at -wi u .K 4, v. . -, 11 xi? :e T s j im' - - sm., W , ' ' .1 .' - ' 'E 3 1 DONALD PATTEN, Associate Editor VIRGINIA McCORMICK, Business Manager JANE NORTON, Editor-in-Chief The 1964 WEB will long preserve memories of the school year 1963-64. All phases of University life-people, places, events, and activities-are gathered into a single volume of pictures and copy encompassing Westhampton and Richmond Col- leges, the School of Business Administration, and the Law School. STAFF. Left to right, first row: Harryet Hubbard, Rosemary Jones, Margaret Brittle, Brenda Bishop, Pat Davis, Ann Carter. Second row: Linda Webb, Dianne Minter, Pal Soc, Linda Richardson, Ann Snead, Charlotte Grove, Judy Bailey. Third row: Katha Massey, Barbara Vaughan, Joan Miller, Betsy Dillard. "5-1,-Mgr."--' " r ,,.: 1 F' igggiini A Q I avril I Il: P 3 5 'I1" 'W 6 -mi fm: Q- 1 X, -:P -H., 1631 mei' EDITORS. Left to right: Ann Hardwick, Brenda Wiuiams, Eugene McDonald and Von Piersallg not picuued-Dick Karen Curtis, Carolina Hudnall, Caravati. 'I27 EDITORIAL STAFF. Left to right: Tay Wynne Nancy Curtis, Betsy McIntosh Fran Stewart, Cindy Shelhorse. RICHMOND The Richmond Collegian staff has presented this year a Weekly campus paper offering a Variety of news and features. The Collegian has sought to continue to serve as an effective instrument of campus communi- cation among the various branches of the Uni- versity, both in news and in student opinion. This year saw the introduction of a new name plate for the Collegian-one which the staff felt coLLEcslAN better suited the general type style of the paper. Begun in 1914 as a four column, four page paper, the Collegian has advanced in size and quality to its present status. The editorial staff this year published usually at least six pages every week. Eflicient reporters and alert copy readers working in the newspaper oflice and at the print shop helped to improve the quality of this year's Collegian. BETTIE LEE CURRELL JIM RICHARDSON BOB EVERETT Editor-in-Chief Men's Division Editor Business Manager 4 sg' hh RXTXWKQNYS QBLUEKAAH wt iiel f M,,M, lj, ,N .-3 - A iii' wig- ' W ' Gif 51" 'EEE' fi fa Q in C iam 535 , .lf-, m. , w w M , w :ggsm 222, if Jag Vim J, 15 xl mx, V m Ta gf 1 1 ' Z X K i W vit .,-jg. W THE MESSENGER The Messenger, a literary magazine devoted to the publication of student poetry, short stories, and essays and operated by the stu- dents, enjoyed a growing, expanding year not without its growing pains. The magazine fea- tured a poem written by poet Howard Nem- erov during his stay as poet-in-residence, along with an increased variety of student work. l Charles P. Barrett, Editor-in-Chief We 1 'ffl I fi f 42 MESSENGER STAFF. A. D. Hopkins, Eileen Mahoney, Charles Barrett, Dick Musgrave, Jan DnBose, Brenda Falls, Lucy Stewart. Cynthia Morgan, Robert Arthur, Tommy Thompson, Nancy Cox, Knot Pictured,- 130 -E3 WCRC. Left to right, first row: Bonnie Ray, Ed Shrum CStation Managerl, Charlie Cloe, Pat Grizzard. Second row: George Aux, Ann Hood, Linda Davis, Betsy Uhl. Third row: Fred Yelinek, Erik Johns, Gene McDonald, Dave Mims. Fourth row: Howard Marley, Bill Early, Dick Peterson. Fifth row: John Matter, Dick Nicholson. W WCRC Radio was in its third year of operation this year as one of the most versatile means of communication at the University. Broadcasting only to the campus, the station creates programs of entertainment, information and special events of interest to the students. Under the able direction KALE As an organization, the Art Club aims to stimu- late interest in art and provide an enjoyable pro- gram for all students. In February the club sponsored a trip to Washington viewing exhibits in the Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Phillips CRC of Edgar Shrum, station manager-chief engineer, WCRC has grown in its endeavor to provide a vital means of public service to the University, and an invaluable training experience for the students on the staff. TECHNE Museum, and the National Gallery. The club wel- comes all interested students and strives to build and strengthen an interest which will lead to the cultural advancement of the individual. KALE TECHNE. Hale Everett CPresidentj, Lena Whitt, Evelyn Garrett, Fran Stewart, Mrs. Metzgar, Jan DuBose, Pat Waddell, Vicki Canada, Fran Sic, Linda Jones, Sue Hepler, Kathy White, Mrs. Campbell. .f" ai rss: Q3 ' 1. 11-llK111I1Q1I , q-.5 F-65, M :gk f 3-J V - 'Q Q 3 PEM ' 'A-.1 " 5154 Q - g ' . - f 'A an F Q H lf.- Es . W ' S n , Q M N5 ' 2 i 4 F ? I--.-..5.. .Q Q :vii --J . I QF' " ffiiwf' .ss - 0 0 1 im. N 'Q 1 mi! -1 Z' 3 lL, 5 M E - I - I' ' ll... -1-.M ,J 1 WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE GLEE CLUB. Left to right, first row: Bonnie Brooks, Pat Dabney Cljresidentj, Margaret Phelps, Jo Ellen Ripley, Suzanne Smola, Kitty Haller, Jackie Branch, Mary Ann James, Carol Copley. Second row: Pat Shands, Nancy Ussery, Gerry Rutter, Anne Pomeroy, Brenda Bishop, Bonnie Lush, Joan Kennedy, Eileen Mahoney, Dolly Kirkpatrick. Third row: Pat Rainwater, Betsy Tyler, Lisa Coleman, Nancy Hilliard, Janice Mays, Bonnie Damron, Nancy Cox, Phyllis Corker, Adrienne Wilks, Suzanne dePoix. Fourth row: Carolyn Poore, Vicky Miller, Mary Ann Lippincott, Sheryl Whitney, Susan Grable, Susan Evans, Anne Dixon, Fran McDowell, Louisa Pastors. Fifth row: Ellen Roberts, Lucy Carpenter, Betsy Dillard, Carole Royall, Beverly Noble, Pam Myers, Linda Childress, Ann Pearson, Donnalee Rowe. Not pictured: Pat Bankes, Gloria Ambrose, Dale Minter, Nancy Curtis. ' The Westhampton College Glee Club had a very successful year under the able direction of Mr. .lack Jarrett. The Glee Club presented two Christ- mas concerts with the Randolph-Macon Menis Col- lege Glee Club. During the spring the fifty-voice group presented a joint concert with the University of Virginia Glee Club in Charlottesville as well I as here on campus. ln addition to these concerts, the Glee Club sang frequently on the University of Richmond campus and in the city of Richmond. Officers for the year were Patricia Dabney, presi- G L E E C L U B dent, Phyllis Corker, vice-presidentg Susan Crable, secretary, Dale Minter, treasurer, Pat Bankes, business manager, and Anne Dixon and Carole Royall, librarians. 133 1 ,was .frat , .,,r.,,g,,.::,.,W, U ' ,pV,,T,,11W , r.-N ,jg-temzm, ,,,.,f '---rw f -, -4- 5 I was A -A I Y, , ,,, X, .:,, A yew I- V . A., uf, I W-. BT gi. V' .YM ,Q 'Ea I my .IME . C - it V X' . W Q ,. T V. r. F, ,qv , 1,1-21 , , 1 -4 4 .- -I H F mt-. ff y l F,-J ,,. I-3, -453 H 4. 'f' J T . . ., Q, , , . 5' .. V 1 n H A - K , 1L..1"L..IY1 ..-me. A Q' "9 ,T I - ' - 'Z k..3 , ' T' if L " AA Y -Z" ?" n't','. 'T ' 1 W'n. . v THE UNIVERSITY CHOIR. Left to right, first row: Lee Hill, Carolyn Powell, Joyce Sanford, Linda Fridley, Nancy Hall, Connie Burke, Sharon Leith, Betty Cheyney, Jean Reynolds. Second row: Carol Gilbert, Barbara Gardner, Nancy Saunders, Letty Sloan, Mary Cross Brittle, Beverly Neale, Jeanne Paulette, Betsy Burton, Margaret Cridlin. Third row: George Londeree, Carol Bradley, Gloria Harris, Virginia Norton, Lucy Carpenter., Jane Barlett, Sally Abel, Walker Glenn, Warren Taylor. Fourth row: Bob Turner, Russ Baker, Harold Conner, Stephen Stutzman, Baillie Brown, Robert Crute, Russell Scruggs, Robert Dunville CPresidentJ. Fifth row: Sam McCormick, Willard Pierce, Stuart Medlin, Buster Batts, Robert Saunders, Darrell Myrick, Julius J. Jepson. The University Choir, under the outstanding direction of Mr. Jack Jarrett, is composed of forty- four carefully selected voices. lt has established a TH E firm reputation as being one of the finest choirs in this part of the country. For the past two years the choir has had the U N IV E RS l TY 31Ei?.S1T,J13'lZiSThiZi5252522ESQTZZLTQSEQYISL h h ' . t efliglillights of this past year included trips to Hollins College, New York City, and the Washing- ton Cathedral in Washington, D. C., in addition to annual performances on campus. 134 Qs cv '7 ,AJ V v-'7 RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES COUNCIL. Left to right, first row: Baillie Brown, Betsy Uhl, Walter Griggs CPresiden0. Second row: Miss Betty Jean Seymour, Helen Henderson, Kathy Wllite, Ellen Clute, Dr. John W. Brizendine. Third row: Floyd Churn, Phil Okun, Joseph Il. Stanley, Butch Bist. Not pictured: Russell Warren, Richard Cook, Sharon Leith, Thomas Hill, Lee Hill, Allen J. Wall, and Carol Baldwin. The coordinating organization for all the de- nominational and interdenominational groups of the campus is the Religious Activities Council. Representative members are the Baptist Student Union, Canterbury Club, Hillel Foundation, New- S man Club, Wesley Foundation, Westminster Fel- lowship, Ministerial Association, YMCA and YWCA. The Council sponsors Weekly Vesper selvices which seek to deepen each student's spir- itual life. The RAC also serves as the coordinating body for the annual Religious Emphasis Week which is one of the most impressive examples of the cooperation, the goodwill, and spirit upon which the operation is founded. This group serves to incorporate the spirit of complete sincerity, friendship, and most of all, a deep respect for the other person,s faith. 1-Kp-e-qg.-.nz-m,m,i:.,.zs1-or-yr-r.rv-.ma.:.,nnL.zulu- I.-n':fsw-,:.-.. gg, f was ar f -,, , - Fx BAPTIST STUDENT UNION. Left to right, first row: Dan Norman, Bill Greenwood, Bonnie Brooks, Lee Hill CPresidentD, Cindy Morgan, Jane Thurman, Lucy Carpenter, Pete Ford, Barbara Vaughan. Second row: Anne Pomeroy, Richard Paul- ette, Carol Damerel, Lynne Griffith, Marshall Dwyer, Barbara Shreeve, Jo Ann Jamison, Judy Swingle, Eileen Mahoney, Margaret Cridlin. Third row: Carol Gilbert, Betty Puckett, Mary Ann James, Doug Anderson, Creed Caldwell, Astra Swingle, Judy Ellett, Peggy Daniels, Anne Tull, Linda Childress. Fourth row: Butch. Rist, Vicki Miller, Sharon Caldwell, Melvin Harris, Jane Barlett, Sherry Dixon, Judy Mitchell, Michele Kipps. Fifth row: Ed Puryear, Bob Turner, Jimmy Carr, Earl Crouch, Ron Houston, Carolyn Sublette, Glen Miller, Jane Walker, Janice Ranson, Jean Reynolds, Miss Betty Jean Seymour, Dennis McEntire, Gordon Porter. ' The success of the Baptist Student Union lies in its ability to meet the needs of each Baptist A' " ' studentg thus, it endeavors to include all facets of Christian living in its yearly activities. The program begins with a bus tour to acquaint i t it L FQ, 'JZ new students with Richmond churches. Bi-monthly rj LI campus meetings, a Christmas caroling party, fel- lowship suppers, and state BSU meetings provide LM meaningful gatherings. Practical experience may 'M M U be gained through participation in the city missions and goodwill centers and on the many youth revival teams. IT-Sl fx :Ti M5535 ll N 136 5 CANTERBURY CLUB. Left to right, first row: Dr. Peple, Baillie Brown CPresidentj, Dr. Harp, George Wray, Betsy Uhl, Jim Gates, Ellen Clute, Karen Curtis. Second row: Leslie McNeal, Tuck Hilley, Meg Wells, Darlene Scott, Fred Schneider, Jahn Summs. Third row: Joe Williams, Louis Hammock, Spencer Bullington, Bill Steinmetz, Stuart Medlin, Jimmie Green, Charles Sydnor, John Bennett. T LU Canterbury has been a part of the religious or- ganizations afiiliated with the campus since No- vember 26, 1946 when a group of students signed a petition requesting the establishment of a club for all interested Episcopalians. Bi-monthly meet- ings are held on Sunday nights at St. Stephenis H H L L L Q Ll L CD LL The aim of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation is to offer .lewish students a religious, cultural, and social background. Its purpose was successfully Church. Under the guidance of their faculty ad- visor, Dr. Edward Peple, and the rector of St. Stephen's, R. Reno S. Harp, Jr., these students have participated in Christian fellowship through study, play, and worship. carried out this year by means of an interplay of activities and contributions to the University. HILLEL FOUNDATION. Left to right, first row: Bill Ney, Phil Okun fPresidentJ, Hedy Bernard, Jeff Zwerdling, Leon- ard Greenspoon, Frank Goodman. Second row: Eddie Longman, Cliff Altschull, Donnie Meyers, Herb Rice, Hank Alperin, Lennie Hyman. Third row: Marvin Miller, Bari Novey, Eleanor Robinson, Spencer Silverbach, Eddie Cohen, Greg Benja- min, Howard Smith, Dave Schreibfeddar, Larry Spigel. -Q-5 qi 'T' S SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT. Left to right, first row: Bill Savage, Thomas Platt. Eleanor Beck, Susan Britton, John Bennett CPresidentJ. Second row: Bernard Trafford, III, J. M. Desch, Tom Reynolds, David Worknian, Joe Pitts, ,lim Thacker. Third row: Ronald Freeny, Bob Buss, Baillie Brown, Gilbert Ferguson, Jamie Endra, Capt. Robert Ritchie, III. Fourth row: Gene Ruark, Tom Roberts. The Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment, the recognized national professional organi- zation of management in industry, commerce, government, and education, and the pioneer in man- agement philosophy, has been dedicated to the promotion and advancement of the art and science of management ever since the original Taylor So- ciety was established in 1912. The varied activities of the university chapters are developed to further the growth of all students, regardless of their academic major, by stimulating their thinking and Widening their knowledge and outlook. They not only are able to learn more about the actual practice of good management in business, but they have the opportunity to put to use the principles of good management organiza- tion, planning, and control in the operation of the chapter. 'X ,fi fi fp gzm'-. 117 A-3: l -.rx nt L: , r A wma L Fr f-U U M U rm N V v U' A -.J l sa 4 XJ if--a -3- - The Wesley Foundation, through its regular meetings, retreats, conferences, Work with the Chil- students an opportunity to further their Christian experience during their stay in the University dren's Home, and participation in the activities of community. several local churches, seeks to offer Methodist WESLEY. Left to right, first row: Charlotte Grove, Helen Henderson Cllresidentj, Judy Barnhardt, Lelty Sloan, Virginia Davis, Linda Fridley. Second row: Jean Clodfelter, Mary Beth Palmer, Pat Dabney, Jo Ripley, Fran Stewart, Cheryl Whit- ney. Third row: Anne Grant, Wayne White, Bill Boyer, Chuck Cummings, Rev. Hew Stith. 4-3 sa "rw r ,. 1' 11 49" -9- wi -to '4", 4.9 TTD !""N "" S. AT., -gifs-' -.v ' ' Y""' 5 v 17+ 'C' ' WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP. Left to right, first row: judy Eastman, Betty Farmer, Cindy Shelhorse, Ann Hood, Kay Ramsay. Second row: Merri Herman, Mary Atkins, Becky Suler, Lois I-Ielmhold, Sue Martin. Third row: Mike Saavedra, Dick Marks CPresidentJ, Carol Baldwin, Carol Bashaw, Bill Collins. ry A 1' f' :W -xx fqziwpa H :: N Wm 'H Q 1:1 .,,-14 341:49 fn w Iqgfqx 33 ff- p yf,, I-. 13 1: V g I A ' 5 ,. ifTgi2llTUhiTdiJ Milli LTQUZLJLQVUTAQBUUHQE W r Wray. ,, . i , To challenge the student to enter a new world of spiritual thinking and commitment in relation to his campus, church, and world-this is the goal of Westminster Fellowship. The group also stresses a growing understanding of one's own convictions and the opportunity to become involved as adults in the Christian community and in the molding of our rapidly changing world. This group is closely aiiiliated with St. Giles, Presbyterian Church and is open to all Presbyterian students. Meetings are held in conjunction with other Westminster Fellow- ship groups in the city on Sunday evenings at 1617 Monument Avenue. ??b' Q' ilpwvffwia awfffmawfmm l X, A L - l-fl 1 ,QM Lil sf. is Pl wiv, fi X- 6 t. il E 1 '--1 his MLA 3 uQ:? 48:17 .0-A ll xii if l E. The lVlinisterial Association aims to increase the spiritual life of ministerial students, to increase their participation in all proper college activities, to help place students in missions in the city, to aid in sending students to supply vacant pulpits, and to exert a spiritual influence on the student body. The Association meets every other Tuesday in the Student Center, and all interested pre-min- isterial students are invited to attend. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. Left to right, first row: Dr. John Brizendine, Larry Brett, Wesley Monfalcone, Gordon Porter Cljresidentj, Dan McFaden, Joe Stanley. Second row: Claude Evans, Earl Crouch, Bill Voorhes, Robert Cox, Howard Conwell, Bob Young. Third row: Tracy Floyd, Dennis McEntire, Ron Houston, Marshall Dwyer, Claude Tolhert, Chuck Sydnor. Fourth row: Bill Greenwood, Jimmy Carr, Pele Ford, Floyd Churn, Garnett Wliite, Russell Leonard, Richard Cook. YMCA. Left to right: Ed Capps, Tom Hill CPresidentJ, Wyatt Mapp, Baillie Brown, Bus Buskirk. ,:.f..g.W,s ees.-g,s-5.77.-i,ss5 .VVV 5 Q-23,5 are RQ 5,3 E fs.: Lag sw, - 1 MN W M " M M W j ' M M MM as Us - s E s A11 students of Richmond and the School of Business Administration are members of the YlVlCAg however, active members are those who sign its Statement of Purpose. The purpose of the "Y" is to build Christian character by an emphasis on the mind, body, and spirit. The YMCA strives to help the student maintain constant Christian maturity. ' As an interdenominational organization the HY" gears its programs and projects to involve the entire 140 collegiate community. In co-operation with the YWCA, it sponsors an annual spring picnic and the KICK-OFF KAPERS dance-the first dance of the fall semester. This HY" provides university students with a program of individual aid to desti- tute students through World University Service. Other activities include publishing the Student Di- rectory and giving a Christmas party for under- privileged children. YWCA: Left to right, first row: Kathy White CPresidentJ, Carol Damerel, Lee Hill. Second row: Barbara Gardner, Dale Minter, Susan Crable, Linda Childress. Third row: Miss Betty Jean Seymour, Linda Holt, Joyce Sanford, Kedron Davis. YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Through its various programs and activities, the Westhampton College YWCA seeks to bring each student to a growing awareness of her responsibil- ity to God, her fellowman, and herself. Participation in such projects as the World Uni- versity Service Campaign and the work with the girls at the Bo nAir School helps each girl to realize the needs of others, While monthly programs and dorm devotions are an attempt to guide her into an understanding of her personal involvement in these needs and into a closer relationship with God. The Work of the YWCA is carried on under the guidance of its advisors, 'Miss Betty Jean Seymour and Miss Augusta Chapman. 141 38 -Q sv MFX IA 3 -I a " Z . 1 STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION. Left to right, first raw: Katha Massey, Bonnie Brooks, Pat Dabney, Martha Hart- man, Mary Ann Wheary, Pattie Wood, Elizabeth Schools CPresidentJ. Second row: Ann Snead, Ginny McCormick, Carolyn Jackson, Jo Ann Barco, Cay Shelton, Ellen MacNamara, Elsa Falls. Third row: Nancye Webster, Lucille Phillips, Mary Rainey, Miss Spangler, I-Iarryet Hubbard, Phyllis Corker, Nancy Hilliard. STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION The William L. Prince Chapter of the Student Education Association was first established in 1947 as a Future Teachers' Association of America and was renamed five years ago. The members include those students who are interested in the teaching profession and in education. These students auto- matically become a part of the National Education Association and the Virginia Education Association of which the chapter is a branch. P The student section of the AIP, open to all students interested in physics, is a member group of the American Institute of Physics, the profes- sional organization of American physicists. Its aims are to encourage the study of physics and to aid students in developing qualities helpful in their future careers. Its services include bringing to the campus visiting lecturers and interesting films, and supplying information about graduate studies. The Association meets every other Tuesday in the Physics Building, and all interested students are invited to attend. Dr. Leonard M. Diana, Advisor William R. Tolbert, President Ralph A. Palmieri, Jr., Vice-President Albany D. Grubb, Secretary Marvin D. Schwartz, Treasurer Members Luther K. Barden J. Van Bowen Edward F. Colston M. Robert Fischback 142 William T. Garnett George E. Hoffer Edward T. Hutcheson John F. B. Jurgens, Ill J. B. Lumsden Louis T. Pastore Roland lVl. Pugh Edgar V. Shrum i' PSYCHOLOGY CLUB. Left to right, first row: Phyllis Jane dentj, Craig Matthews, Dr. Noel Keys, Hale Everett, Jane 'Nw Bradshaw, Alma Browne, Brenda Matlock, Leslie Yonce fPresi- Buck. Second row: Phil Seat, Earl Crouch, Joanne Marshall, Rosalind Rogers, Nancy Saunders, Judy Stone, Harryet Hubbard, Joe Sties, Sherwin Little. Third row: Dr. Wamer Burke, Dr. William Leftwich, Ernie Robinson, Bob Young, Jim Rockwell. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB The Psychology Club has as its purpose the development of an interest in, and an understand- ing of psychology, outside the classroom. Monthly meetings engage speakers from the University faculty in addition to other Virginia colleges. Field trips and projects in the Science Fair as well as PHILOLOGIAN L Rostra et Perma-the ability to speak and write -is the motto of the Philologian Literary Society. The society, the oldest student organization at Richmond College, was founded in 1855, and since that date has maintained high standards of speak- ing and writing. Activities during the year have fellowship help coordinate interests of the students and faculty. The club is composed of members of the West- hampton and Richmond College student bodies and faculties. Interested non-members and members of Psi Chi also attend meetings. ITERARY SOCIETY included presentation of historic films and the bringing of interesting speakers to the campus. Membership in the society is conferred by election after the candidate has shown interest in speaking and writing and has demonstrated this in an in- troductory essay or speech. PHILOLOGIAN LITERARY SOCIETY. Left to right: S. F. Stutzman QPresidentj, J. V. Crutchfield, M. R. Macey. 'ma "'7f ' gp xssisfisgf'422mm ,ttf U-1 35555. Q M R i.:57.fi"r,,,H 7 Y "I .cc ... . F ORENSICS. Left to right, first row: Russ Warren, Wyatt Mapp fPresiden0. Second row: Jimmy Crutchfield, Jerry Becker, Glenn Robertson. N l l L The Forensic Council has served since 1931 as a coordinator of all forensic activities. lt is com- prised of representatives from the Philologian Literary Society and the Debate Team. lt sponsors an intramural debate tournament which is open to D1 IE NT 5 gf' 131524. , Coupled with its own distinguished record in intercollegiate debate circuits, the Debate Team promoted forensic activities on campus including demonstration debates, individual tournaments on both the high school and college levels, and an international debate with Dublin, Ireland. Under the guidance of Dr. Bert E. Bradley, Jr. and Mr. Jerry Tarver, Richmond secured first place honors at Wake Forest College and second place the general student body, and international debate with students from foreign countries. The council strives to carry out its purpose of encouraging the development of forensics on our campus. T E honors at Duquesne University. ln addition they were undefeated in their own intercollegiate tourna- ment. ln addition several debaters were cited as distinguished speakers. The national intercollegiate topic for debate dur- ing the 1963-64 season was: uliesolved: That the United States should guarantee an opportunity for higher education to all qualified high school grad- uatesf' DEBATE TEAM. Left to right, first row: Guy Peters, Ray Robertson, Noel Davidson, Patricia Brown, Patricia Collins, Russ Warren CCaptainJ. Second row: Bob Gillette, Charles Sydnor, Robert Cox, Glenn Robertson, Wayne White. Third row: Bert Bradley, Jerry Tarver., Jerry Becker, Graham 0,Neil. gi' UNIVERSITY PLAYERS. Left to right, first row: Jamse Garrett"' CPresidentJ, Susan Darden, Jimmy Crutchfield, Bob Arlhurii, James Robertson"'., Leora Lawrence, Reuben Musgrave, Sue Hepler, Joy Davis. Second row: Sherry Burgan, Mac Edwards, John Farrar"', Carol Baldwin, Nancy Whitworth, Polly McDowell'F. Third row: Bob Boston, George Gaston. Not pictured: Pat Ryan"', Chuck I-Iarrisoni, ,Ioan Kennedy, Bill Lockey"'. 'Alpha Psi Omega. t . , it . tl i if LE' 'fi' '11 " it W7 s, if 'xii' H ' Unit t'Lis'VU t WM' is X., if E tg t J f-, , , - ' .ns -are The Pierides is a group of sophomores chosen by their classmates on the basis of leadership, scholarship, and service demonstrated in their freshman year. The name Pierides, after the mythological muses of the same name, is a symbol of inspiration, learning, and poetry. Among the duties of Pds are heading the weekly Wednesday night socials in Keller Hall, providing an information booth on May Day, and serving as guides for visitors on the campus, as Well as pro- ducing an annual booklet, PD CUES, sent to all incoming freshmen, supplying them with informa- tion concerning the more informal side of campus life. This group serves until late spring when another group is chosen. PIERIDES. Left to right, first row: Carole Royall CChairmanJ, Kay Woody, Barbara Veno, Lois Pollard, Kay Ramsay, Jean Reynolds. Second row: Cay Garrett, Tuck Hilley, Kedron Davis, Judy Eastman, Helena Rodriguez, Mary Dutrow. Third row: Ann Carr, Anne Dixon, Susan DeAlba, Thecia Gunn, Lucy Carpenter, Faye Dixon., Mabel Bailey. is ' 19 QR, ky 'uv fr' . ' ra S .f Jafar x :vw 'exist' 5, tt"-L as x ff' "li i, V'.i"7lifQf""Efy ' , 3 f V , ,f-ww., . -s if . -WJ uri '54 .r . 2. JN-f3""-f M :Ss '.,, ' fs-Y i ' 5 if :'h- al.. vff J'-..1N'3Q3.,'.-x 2 - f V .,. '."iZf's-- - -...-ala,-'-::.' SENIOR ORCHESIS. Left to right: Connie Zeno CPresidentJ, Hedy Bernard, Shelley Markham, Pal Dabney. Second row: Millie Bradshaw, Beth Edwards, Polly McDowell, Fay Marlin. . Q 1 .wigs g Ai .Q 1 RCHESsl an x g um V was , :faxe- Orchesis was established at Westhampton ,Col- lege in 1949. The group, under the direction of Mrs. Frances Wessels, participated in the annual Virginia -Dance Festival at the Virginia Museum and the traditional May Day Ballet. The aim of Orchesis is to stimulate an interest in the dance through creative and .expressive per- formances. The class emphasis is upon choreog- raphy and technique. Any student Wishing to join may participate in the regular fall tryouts. ,An original dance must be presented and selection is made on .the basis of technique, expressiveness, -WJ xxx . Q ,EV L it and apparent potentiality. Those who are inter- ested in dance, but do not feel qualified to compose and perform an original creation may audition in a group technique class for Junior Orchesis which aims to develop and prepare girls for the Work to come in the senior organization. The members of Junior Orchesis are Corrinne Carlton, Helena Rodrequez, Carol Baldwin, Susan Darden, Frances Van Heuveln, Jane Rector, Wendy Mehon, Carol Crowe, Kathleen Wills, Mary Beth Sheldon, Geor- gia Clarke, Nancy Keeter. vi" -..,- ' -f -1 ::aG'rQa-.,"3'f'f-'if .-. .J :,..1, -J - ,- . ' it "A-r"Wiif1J . U .ff ggi-f'f-:'f,E'i X H asf. a e Q x - gp .fl 16" Artxgm ,-1i..,wkj4.t'31f . 5 . MVN?-I--,"'f.f4'-i"l "3 '-'Q5 -.. p- . 'Y 1' 'v- fn' V' 'eff ALL CAMPUS PARTY. Left to right: Barry Coldin, Eddie Cohen, Donald Butler, Dave McDonald CChairmanj. ALL CAMPUS PARTY The two campus political parties provide means hy which candidates are nominated for the various campus offices. The All-Campus Party is made up of the follow- ing social fraternities: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi . PARTY Gamma Delta, Phi Sigma Delta, Alpha Epsilon Pi Sigma Chi, Kappa Sigma, and Phi Kappa Sigma. The Student Party includes Pi Kappa Alpha Theta Chi, Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lambda Chi Alpha and Phi Delta Theta. STUDENT PARTY. Left to right, first row: Roger Meacham, Donald Patten CChaii-manj, Jack Ellis, Robert Ripley. Second row: Mike Blumquest, John White-Hurst, Payton Motley, Bob Marchant. 1 ' QU! f wx Z - ACHIEVEME NT The most gladsome thing in the world is that few of us fall very lowg the saddest that, with such capabilities, we seldom rise high. Sir James Matthew Barrie M., Nash... ...,.,...4 -... .,.,,,- N X X la 1 Bt at W 3214 v A ws- -. .Rf A-A Q PHl BETA The Epsilon Chapter of Virginia Oflieers President ....... . . .PROFESSOR JAMES W. PAYNE, JR. V ice-President .... ......... D R. ROBERT F. SMART' Secretary ....... ........ D R. CLARENCE J. GRAY Treasurer PROFESSORZRAULINE TURNEULL H. Pearce Atkins Lewis F. Ball Mary D. Beaty Catherine Bell Thomas S. Berry James N. Boyd Irby B. Brown John S. Catlin Noble E. Cunningham, Jr. Marianne Beck Duty Robert J. Filer Clarence J. Gray E. Wadsworth Gregory, Jr. Frances W. Gregory Louis Sutherland Allen, Jr. Hedy Rhoda Bernard Elma Glen Chastain Thomas Franklin Clay Madeline Scott Crenshaw Beverly Lorraine Davis Elsa Queen Falls Helen Ruth Flynn Bobby Joe Gormus Bonnie May Higgins 150 it j I sl if' Faculty Members William B. Guthrie Woodford B. Hackley Benjamin C. Holtzclaw Robison B. James May L. Keller Francis B. Key Robert A. MacDonald Ralph C. McDanel Timothy Miller George M. Modlin Helen A. Monsell William T. Muse James W. Payne, Jr. Edward C. Peple W. Allan Powell Student Members Joanna Holland Grace Elaine Johnson James Payton Lawless David Caldwell McFaden Katha Dianne Massey Wesley Randolph Monfalcone John Robert Moody Glenda Louise Nicholas Jane Garland Norton O. William Rodenhiser John R. Rilling Joseph C. Robert ' Marguerite Roberts N. Wilford Skinner Billy W. Sloope Robert F. Smart Marion Jeffries Stokes Carter W. Stone Herman P. Thomas J. Josephine Tucker Pauline Turnbull Irving H. White Ellsworth Wiltshire Louisa Dell Pastors Charlotte Ann Pringel George James Rockwell, Jr Jerry Barnett Silver' Elaine Robertson Snyder Joseph DeShazo Tatum William Robert Tolbert Carolyn Wiltshire Webb Leslie Southgate Webb, Jr. Mary Bruce Ford Wood MORTAR BOARD. Left to right, first row: Donnalee Rowe, Carolyn Webb CPresidentD, Belly Cheyney. Second row: Beth Edwards, Elaine Johnson, Walker Glenn, Jackie Richardson, Bev Davis, Lee Hill, Dotte Willianls. Eleanor Mills Bradshaw Elizabeth Roberts Cheyney Harriet Gene Clay Elizabeth Lee Currell Nancy Clarke Curtis Carol Lynne Damerel Beverly Lorraine Davis MORTAR BOARD Frances Elizabeth Dix Alice Elizabeth Edwards Barbara Anne Gardner Charles Walker Glenn Susan Hervey Greenwood Virginia Lee Hill Linda Ellen Holt Grace Elaine Johnson Mary Brenda Netherwood Jacqueline Gates Richardson Donnalee Rowe Carolyn Wiltshire Webb Dorothy Mae Williams 151 Founded at Washington and Lee University in activities. The fraternity has a threefold purpose: OMICRON DELTA KAPPA. Left to right: Edward S. Cohen, Henry Synder Enck, III, Griflin Taylor Garnett, III, Robert Edward Gillette, Thomas Elliott Hill, Robert Scott Jepson, Jr. fPx-esidentj, Robert Wagner Mann, Melvin Ray Manning, Arthur Jerral Parr, Jr., Larry August Pryor, Raymond Clarence Robertson, Edward Lee Schneider, George W. Tiller, Leslie Southgate Webb, Jr., Archer Lafayette Yeatts, III, William Angle Young, Jr. Not pictured: Donald Patten, Russell Warren, Walter Griggs, Rod Matthews, Harry Williams. Faculty: Dean Muse, Dean Gray, Dr. McDanel, Dr. Hart, Dr. Bradley. OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 1914, membership into Omicron Delta Kappa is one of the highest honors a student may attain. Membership is extended to those juniors and sen- iors who have shown preeminence in two or ex- cellence in three of the following respects: scholar- ship, publications, forensic and dramatic activities, athletics and leadership in religious and social to recognize men who have realized a high standard of efiiciency in collegiate activities, to bring together for reciprocal influence and benefit those repre- sentative men, and to enable prominent individuals of the faculty and student body to meet on a basis of common interests and mutual understanding. 152 i ALPHA society The Alpha Society was founded at the of Richmond in 1957 to encourage and promote flj a high standard of scholarship among the students in the Day Division of the School of Busi- ness Administrationg QZJ study and research in problems of Business Administration, C35 estab- lishment of sound ideas and high ideals in the theory and practice of Business Administrationg and MQ fellowship and cooperation among its members. Faculty Members Thomas S. Berry, Marshal E. Elwood Ford, Vice-Marshal George W. Jennings, Secretary-Treasurer Thomas S. Berry David C. Ekey E. Elwood Ford George W. Jennings Patrick S. Kemp William Hobart Collins, Jr. Lewis Gary Gutberlet William Walton Hendrick, Jr. Frank Anthony Leonard Robert Woody lVlclVIillan Members in Course Class of 1964- James McCormick Paxton Robert Francis Ritchie, lll Leonard Walter Sandridge, Jr. Sanders Thornley Schooler, Ill Emanuel lVl. Last W. David Robbins Martin L. Shotzberger John B. Stewart Herman P. Thomas Janet Muriel Straus William Jesse Strickland James Lee Thacker, Jr. Henry Carlton Townes Russell Glen Warren I r YN JT fl' M f'L1'x !ff'll7 'fi ff 71 ii N 'T Q 'N 'x -' X 'AW' " f' V Qs l-.lf--" raw' N' 1 ill ' lil! Ati! l W Q lillvlf till lil,fll,l,l l l --'ll l l fr, fs, ini-I I' fit V,-'X ,nigwggf--. 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'L ', , 'u','sf,' .' . '2VQl5,l93,Fi! islam-5 ,,aqg,afQ,I.fu,, ,Hug 1J.Mzffl1w,ii3 wlQ'.i:Yf5 at Wff n,ll.'l l l f?il,f2Vi2icv .fa2l5f,Miifff11l1 Qs ilE'5li'i2l5f1E3.UJ,iuu',l,l l V F ' " A Tv 42 ., i .2 T ' mutabgreiif LL,arlle1tfg11t:: u is: 13 11 ts., ML. I , vt, f-.X -'wil 5-"fVl it F fx , ' ir,i'17 41.-.V f K' -X 'y ax- f , 1, , 'U' Seal l ll ll Jfl':iK!,l lf' ll if lllfill lisa: li' ill .' 'i fs-L' 'ig-JV lf l The Westharnpton counselors are Juniors and tions, and its traditions. Their goal, by working Seniors Who, having been trained during the pre- in small groups, is to instill a love for learning, ceding semester, are prepared to introduce new the school, and its activities, and to encourage students to the campus, its routines, its organiza- lasting friendships beneficial throughout the year. as 'rs- sa: 35 T Q' 'Q 5 l -. N G, gs. 'MR wr W-.,-, COUNSELORS. Left to right, first row: Harriet Cluy, Tay Wynne, Barbara Gardner, Jo Anne Cropper, ,loan llocli, .lo Anne Marshall, Brenda Nether-wood, Wren Dawson. Second row: Helen Flynn, Julia Whitlock, Margaret Siegfried, Janet Wooden, Phyllis Grasly, Nancy Curtis, Phyllis ,lane Bradshaw, Cheryl Kerr, Susan Greenwood, Jane Buck, Lmda Webb, Dianne Minler, Fran Dix, Brenda Williams. Third row: Anne Grant, Diane Byers, Carolyn Parks, Nancy Puryear, June Byrd, Pam Adams, Barbara Harton. 1 AREOPAGUS. Left to right, first row: James P. Lawless, Warren Taylor fPresidentj, George Hazelton, Robert Fagg, Wayne Wliite. Second row: Wayne Knight, Thomas Benton, Earl Stanley, David Blythe. Third rmu: Dr. Edward Peple, Frank Clay, Aaron Hopkins, Mr. Brown. AEROPAGUS Throughout the history of literature, there have always been groups of educated men, interested in the expression of ideas through the written work, who have come together to criticize works already completed and to discuss form and technique in writing. Such was the club that met in Athens some 300 years before Christ, and such was the group of friends who gathered around Edmund Spenser and Sir Philip Sidney and who called themselves by the same name-The Areopagus. ln November of 1961, several students and pro- fessors at Richmond College, interested in literary forms and criticism, came together to organize what is, as far as they know, the only active society of English majors in existence in this part of the country-The Areopagus. QD il yrii f 'i-f5f TEX t BETA BETA "The task of science is to stake out the limits of the knowable, and to center consciousness within them." Beta Beta Beta, a national honorary biological society, installed Beta Theta Chapter here at the dissemination of scientific truth, and the stimulation of sound scholarship. Only those students who maintain superior averages both in biology and other subjects are invited into membership. Chapter activities include Science Day, lectures of bi- University in 1939 with a threeffold purpose: the ological interest, and field trips. encouragement of biological eiiperimentation, the ytty ililil Elizabeth Ann Bergin J William Thomas I-logarth Gerald Edward Lofstead Luther Roy Boone Joanna Holland ' Elaine Ladd Newlon Catherine Shipman Broglcirigton Carolina Blackwell Glenda Louise Nicholas Sharon Lynn Burgan J . Frances Roesel Caudill Eric Justin Collins Diana Leigh Davis Elsa Queen Falls Robert McClellan George, Robert Collins Gorman Brenda Council Griihths Jr. Carol Joan Hybner Jo Ann Jamison Linda Louise Jones Doris Elizabeth Joyner Mildred Louise Kaiser Ronald Lee Lehnowsky Ronald Alan Lively Robert Carroll Patton Kenneth Lloyd Poff Mary Almentine Rainey Sara Janet Renshaw Jacqueline Gates Richardson Henry Burwell Robinson Carolyn Elizabeth Tietze Bruce Carter Watterson Qdblillg I N li GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON. Left to right, first row: Steve Blood, Margaret Siegfried, Floyd Clinginpeel, John Moody, Martha Schmidt. Second row: Bobby Cormus, Stuart Clough, Dick Marks, Susan Darden, Frank Lasley, Helen Flynn. Third row: Unidentified, Les Webb, Tony Sakowski, Phil Okun, Richard Levin. Fourth row: Buz Buskirk, Ken King. Fifth row: Joe Tatum, Dr. Powell, Dr. Trout, Dr. Pierce. Epsilon Beta Chapter of Gamma Sigma Epsilon Chemical Fraternity recognizes outstanding ability in the field of chemistry, promotes scholar- ship and friendship among chemistry students, and encourages interest and GAMMA SIGMA services in the field of chemistry. The activities of the fraternity in- clude sponsoring tours of industrial plants, participating in the annual Science Fair, and sponsoring social activities for its members Ep P. TGalQM.!!lkS ECQNQMHC SQQBETY The Herman P. Thomas Economics Society was founded on April 23, 1963 to flj unite those stu- dents who have a common interest in economic study, Q25 to encourage achievement and Q31 to offer programs in the field of economics to supple- ment and enrich the University curriculum. The Society sponsors several yearly programs which are open to the public. Willie J. Behnken Joseph G. Bowden William H. Collins, Jr. Alice L. Decampes Phillip W. Finch Robert S. Jepson, Jr. Membership Claxton W. Lacy, Jr. Frank Anthony Leonard Robert W. lVlclVlillan William M. Noonan Kendl P. Philbrick Walter T. Price, Jr. John T. Reynolds Leonard W. Sandridge, Jr. William J. Strickland H. Carlton Townes Russell G. Warren KAPPA DELTA PI Left to right first rou. Brenda Wade, Dianne Minter, Elizabeth Schools, Mary Teene Rainey, Mary Kay Cross Second row Carol Gilbert, Glenda Nicolas, Carole Bradley, Norma Cogbill, Alice Goodman. Third row: Stuart Medlm CPres1dentD, Dr Overton, Dan Marshall, Miss Spangler, Bill Adams, Harold Gibson, Earl Stanley. ft K PU lx Aram 58 Pfryfihf L .1 - --- Q W. i PH ALP A H ETA The Beta Mu Chaptel of Phi Alpha Theta, national honorary histoiy fraternity, was founded on the campus of the University of Richmond on May 16, 1948. Its purpose is to stimulate a productive interest in the field of histoiy To be qualified a student must have maintained a vital interest in history, must have completed at least twelve hours, in that subject with a better than HBH average, and must rank scholastically in the upper thirty- five percent of his class. PHI ALPHA THETA Left to right, first row: Miss Gregory, Donnalee Rowe, Carol Baldwin, Jane Lasley, Irene Mc- Daniel, Jane Norton, Mary Atkins. Second row: Mr. Westin, Dr. Albright, Bev Neale, Dr. McDanel, Katha Massey, Dr. Daniel. Third row. Mr Woodruph, Dr. Robert, Don Patten, Stuart Medlin CPresidentj, Abner Anthony. A., I .1 ' W F' . A, Y 1,, V A? gi ,H 3 ' Q fi I '-J I 1 - qs- . Q 1 if M ,, if 6 Q- Q V - lVw 1 , 'f' Y ' . . , . 3 0 a , , ,Ms 1. I1 wr v 5,51-v i fl '.5u, " ig w K 'FEP 5 ffm 3 5 Y X YE D X P 'Q ai 1 F1 4' ,,- uk ,Jw f PI SIGMA ALPHA. Left to right, first row: Eddie Cohen, Nancy Holland, Dr. Albright, Bev Davis CPresidentl, Don Pat- ten, Jane Norton, Olen Culler, George Hoffer. Second row: Mrs. Alice Evangelides, Nancy Schreibis, June Byrd, Sue Jack- son, Ginny McCormick, Linda Richardson, Charles Hartz, .lim Spell, Ray Robertson. Third row: Randolph Farmer, Dr. Robert, Bill Tune, Jerry Becker, David Bailey, Robert Hawk, Howard Marley, Jay Horne. "' fr - ,ffr :Y r- ,fr 17 is I 1 ,fy Lf" fir 1' QL H1 l'i'3.V'N'1 AQ Xi"-, is 15" :M ,ESX fe. 1, H , . tu E1 1. Q P1 Sigma Alpha, national political science hon- intelligent lnterest in the subject of government. i1 orary society, was founded at the University of Membership is open to faculty members and all Texas in 1920 and established at the University of those students who are outstanding in the field of Richmond as Beta Xi Chapter April 12, 1953. Its political science. purpose is to stimulate productive scholarship and " Vim iff 1 JF 'Li' ' li: '4'J 41.7 Allah PSI CHI. Left to right: Connie Nunn, Marcia Roiter, Craig Mathews, Leslie Yonce. 35.8.4 ' '. Psi Chi honors students who have shown promise i Haven, Connecticut, in 1929, and is an affiliate of of achievement and high scholarship in the subject the American Psychological Association. The so- of psychology. ciety was established at the University of Richmond The national honor society was founded in New in 1950. P i SCABBARD AND BLADE. Left to right, first row: James Hill fPresidenU, D. L. Powers, L. E. Hoppe, W. S. Mapp, R. A. Palmieri, R. L. Leary. Second row: J. A. Hodge, R. N. Jones, L. K. Coleman, J. W. Courtney, W. E. Thomas, J. W. Thomasson. Third row: J. R. Maney, J. A. Wagoner, D. W. Fabella, W. D. Myrick, R. D. Barner, D. D. Wright. Fourth F0102 R- S- JCPSOII, J- J. Rick, E. W. Coogan, A. T. Markow, C. T. Cuolloway, B. Miller. Fifth row: J. A. Fox: Qi' we ei so A nu ee- 75. for or E In summit is 1- feffv LDL The national military society of Scabbard and Blade was founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1904 and was established at the University of Richmond as "C" Company, llth Regiment in 1953. The society recognizes ROTC cadets who have better than a MBU average in military science and GQN N We 1 reef, Q 5 1 , Xif' f,,4iJ9 V LN fix 2 SMEQZ Qiiiaieyniljv f' I who have shown exceptional performance on the drill iield. QQMAPWHGMA Sigma Pi Sigma honors students having high scholarship and promise of achievement in physics, encourages a professional spirit and promotes the advancement of knowledge in physics. The University of Richmond Chapter, installed SIGMA PI SIGMA. Left to right, first row: Eugene Moss, Second row: Mr. Boyd, John Moody, in 1932, Award in physics, public lectures by outstanding scientists, inspection trips, socials and the annual Science Day program. annually sponsors the R. E. Loving William Tolbert Claresidenlj, Walker Glenn, Michael Kusheha. George Tiller, Dr. Diana, Mr. Bowden. Xp- g l '1 an ..,, , if xv-f wi? in' XV .R 4-5 L's.f I S.. . t f- f A -1 Y ,ae '- I ' 5E11fzs2f.2.3X ' M :inf . l viilfiiigii , x N ' .x ' - a , -r 'Yes 'sr gs , f ' A Q ,,. -1. sa , A-...... V DELTA SIGMA RHO-TAU KAPPA ALPHA. Left to right, first row: Ray Robertson, Jerry Becker fPresiden0, Russ War- ren. Second row: Bob Gillette, Wayne While, Mr. Jerry L. Tarver, Dr. Bradley. DELTA S GMA RHQWTAU APPA ALPHA Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha honorary forensic society was formed by the merger of the two separate societies, DSR and TKA, in 1963, in Denver, Colorado. The society honors those who excel in the fields of discussion, debating and public speaking. The local chapter promotes interest and par- ticipation in these activities on the campus and is represented throughout the country by its members who take part in discussion and debate tournaments. ,H ., .:.,'--J,-W- A- .. ...-, . . 7 g. - .e- ,, -,,f,,:' Q 3. iv- - , ,Y - . - .L. I P ., LYIT- . J- . ACCQUNTH The Accounting Society was organized in the spring of 1963 to enable accounting majors to assimilate a professional organization. The primary objective of the Accounting Society is to teach consideration of individual honor and QCUETY integrity as essentials of the accounting profession. The requirements for membership in the Ac- counting Society are to have completed twelve semester hours in accounting courses with a "BH average and to have an overall average of HC." THE ACCOUNTING SOCIETY. Dr. Kemp, Ernest Wllittentin, Phil Finch, Ed Newman CPresidentJ, Herbert Peterson, Everett Clarke, Glen Duty, Melvin Harriss, Richard Seward, Paul Kessler, Harry Hutcherson, Bob Taylor, jerry Ray, Rich- ard Chilman, Tommy Tucker, Ken Custolohl, Donald Nickolas. 57 FELLOWSHIP For 'tis always fair weather When good fellows get together With a stein on the table and a good song ringing clear. Richard Hovey ' ff . v. ,yf " f 13. fwszasmfeffn ,, ,Y - .X ,guqndnmili ' 6 ,,, -:ms Y ' ,, 'K - 'D ,XF ' I ' 'WT iiffk?-M.-:' , , X X - ' ' ui' 1-if "',', Ii-0 - n 3 .3 if ii me iii 9 1..- X , X 7 X X 'ef '15 1, ' 13:31-.2625-1 ' M: , -5.4 'Q Q 1 1 A X , S. .L,q:g,ngru,.,f.3pt Y,-,, ,,.., , . ff, 1 ,Q .a ,.-1 , 4.0 1 u 5 1 Q 'f ar-,..... BJ 4" -5 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL. Left to right, first row: Professor Irby Brown, Eddie Cohen, Pee Wee Lee Jack Ellis Second row Don Patten., Reggie Jones, Paul Kessler, Waller Felton, Horton Hobbs, Les Webb. Third row Barry Goldm Bari Novey, Stran Trout, Bert Long, Jim Murano, Bob Marchanl. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL President ..... Vice-President ..... Secretary-Treasurer . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi . Kappa Alpha . . . Kappa Sigma . . . Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Delta Theta . . Phi Gamma Delta Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Sigma Delta . Pi Kappa Alpha .... . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... . Sigma Phi Epsilon Theta Chi ....... . . . EDWARD COHEN HOWARD LEE PRoFEssoR IRBY BROWN . . Barry Goldin, Paul Kessler Bob Colgin Bert Long Donald Patten, Robert Bayliss . . . ............ T . . Stran Trout Jim Morano . Howard Lee, Horton Hobbs . Edward Cohen, Bari Novey Bob lVla1'cl1ant, Mark Menton . . . . . . .lack Ellis, Mike Kipp Walter Felton, Decker Frazer .............Reggie,lones IFC COURT. Left to right, first row: Eddie Cohen, Pee Wee Lee CChairmanJ, ,lack Ellis. Second raw: Don Patten Walter Felton, Bob Mar-chant. --v ff ' '- ' : -F-,, 9'-A 155 . ,gym ink A ' '3',-4-Qyft-g'.'Q..N,,, 'il wi, , 1 t, :Jud is s x vnu 5 4 , A . "t .--lil '. Q- 1-,fi :Mn . -Q-'. f CHN lf HEBBLERS X-QXE t- 'ff M i " 7 L, 'f wif 'ff-?,'-5 H V ! 3 , , L i n ' R gm' Y: if w A BARRY GOLDIN MISS IRA HOPE KAYE PT8Sid6Yll Spgngor ALPHA EPSILON PI Upsilon Rho Chapter F ounded-New York University, 1914 Established at University of Richmond in 1954 BARRY GOLDIN ALLEN WALL PAUL KESSLER MURRAY ROSENBERG MELVYN STIRISS MERCER DARDEN RICHARD LEVIN V 1 WwwlllWlmu ::: ,!1iixxx!!!!!! 1 I1 - , M . . Z -- f 5 I " iifi A V iiiii iii X h fx 1 I ,- ,, b HH U, - 4' I g L ff Lrnn L. no 1' I .ex f N L H .V.-. R - 1 A in - Qi f r' N :lz I:-l--I K X .V N , Hi 166 JAMES NICI-IOLSON President ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA Alpha Delta Colony F ounded-University of California, 1914- Established at University of Richmond in 1961 JAMES NICHOLSON GEORGE WRAY WAYNE HARRIS DONALD TAYLOR VERNON STANLEY JAMES GREEN JOHN DODGE 167 he S i ff Q M - ez p - in f l? i QF W2 V! F l Ein i 7 gg' ALBERT MITCHELL MISS TONI KAY ROSS President Sponsor KAPPA ALPHA Eta Chapter Founded-Washington and Lee University, 1865 Established at University of Richmond in 1870 168 Q1 LL EUGENE fCRUMP JAMES DEANGELIS L RJOLSEPHLKESSELR STANLEY MARSHALL STUART MEDLIN ,ALBERT MITCHELL JAMES .PHILLIPS 7 WILLIAM SAVAGE JAMES TRACKER JOHN Wxccs HCHARLES BRAGG ROBEERT COLGIN 'RICHARD HoDsDoN L LJQSEPH NUARA 169 in "f- - EW: , .J Sn MLW rf ' X 1 X . 4 " J , 1- E '-1 i will - ir' 2 ". I . W , , 5 ' my . - , , ' Q - nf . , , X . . R E J, , I - xffgfm- - 5 . , ,. ,,,b , lg: , M. ' 1 V ' , , -Wgqi . f ' .' ' ' ' 1 Zim.:-N v 2 - TQ? A W Q Q 1 - v . A 1 MSM Z Q 1 l in: gi , :EE gf 1, ' . . - I- .x -.7 , - - , I 'N-1.-,. "" x,:f fx .:i?!. asf ,U 5.-. .Q E ' 5 Y - 452' 'E 1 L5 .ual '535 .1-.M W 553 f ' f if R RALPH PALMIERI President KAPPA SIGMA Beta Beta Chapter Founded-University of Virginia, 1867 Established at University of Richmond in 1898 MISS TERRY HORNER Sponsor 7 ELM, 'K' 'G- .R I - Y Qi ,ls IU' EE? I I JOHN CAME-TAS I KENNETH CROW ROBERT 1-IOLSTEN HENRY JOHNSON Y MoRRIss SAUNDERS SILAS SHELBURNE' OLVIN SHQRTER RALPH PALMIERII ILQIIIS, PASTORE I I JOSEPH BAIRD ARTHUR BUNNELL. BUS 'EUSIQIRK WAYNE COLEMAN WILLIAM: CUNNINGHIAM ROBERT EVANS gf GLEN HATCHER I EDWARD HIGGINS FRED IIODNETT IIGEORGE HIIDGINS PETER IEIIGERA EDWARD McAD.LISTER JOHN, MCGINTY ALEXANDER MARKOW DAVID MIMS HENRY IMDRRIS HARVEY PATTERSON EDDY RICE WILLIAM, soLARI: R JAMES soYARs JAMES 'SPICER JERRY WALTERS JOHN WILLIAMS GERALD WYATT' 'I71 iii? 'REA 4 1: 1 fe ' A A g " , ' Li ?-:, fl A 'x Emma xl lv L xy. W y, gh . ,I'S..4-X, 595: , , , 13 Q. 1, ima I , 4 . ', is L :'-'D X it ,A ' 'X N. ,A 1 K Ji? Ti - f cf he r A 1 J V ' W. A GARY WRIGHT MISS PEGGY BARNES President S ponsor LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Alpha Chi Chapter F ounded-Boston University, 1909 Established at University of Richmond in 1918 W I sn., g 'I ..:. 3 T I I WO " , 1 i x J QE .ef I if haf qi! 'F -I Q57 b nf' . Ne 'Qi' I 1, I I RUSSELL ALLEN HARRY CANNON HANSEL EDWARDS ROBERT GEORGE ROBERT MEARS EDWARD NEWMAN WILLIAM NOONAN RUSSELL ODLAND DONALD PATTEN ROBERT PATTON HERBERT PETERSON KENDL PHILBRICK THEODORE ROWE EARL SPENCE WARREN TAYLOR GARY WRIGHT NORRIS ALDRIDGEN ROBERT AELEN MICHAEL ANDREWS GEORGE ATWELL JACKSON AUSTIN STEPHEN BAIN ROBERT 'BAYLISS DAVID BOOTS JOHN CALDWELL F REDERIC CLARK CARL ERICKSON ROBERT F RISCHBAGH DOUGLAS: GRAY EDWARD HAMILTON JOHN LONEY EUGENE McDONALD CHARLES MELTON KEITH MONROE LEYCESTER OWENS JERRY PARR ROBERT RICE FRANK SETTLE MICHKELSSISK ROBERT sus GEORGE SMITH LEWIS sToRY JOHN TABB LARRY THOMSON JOHN TURNER LARRY WALLACE DANIEL WILKINS ROBERT WILLIAMS 'I73 'A' JAMES LAWLESS MISS BARBARA BURGESS President Sponsor PHE DELTA THETA Delta Chapter Founded-University of Miami, 1848 Established at University of Richmond in 1875 ARNOLD COTTOM ROBERT EVERETT MICHAEL FIRST BOBBY GORMUS JAMES LAWLESS THOMAS PEACOCK JOSEPH SABATINI MARTIN SOUDERS WILLIAM TOLBERT JOHN WHITE-HURST HERBERT BAERQO ROBERT 'BARLOW J' ,M "--asv MARK D.Av1D'OfDRARfERAA A MILTON EARLY DONALD -EXZERETT JOSEPH HEQLMAN HAYDEN KIRBY-SMITH ROGER MEACHAM JAMES O'BRIER LOUIS P1ERcEA LINWOOD POWERS WILLIAM RITCHIE RICHARD RUEDA JOSEPH RUSSO ROBERT SANDERSON MICHAEL SOUKUP BARRY TAYLOR my ,OO' 22+ WARRMEN EDWARQ WILLIAM! 175 : W . . ir ir 'lmmxif JIM MORANO MISS BEVERLY SPENCER President Spgnggr PHE GA MA HTA Rho Chi Chapter F ounded-Jefferson College, 1848 Established at University of Richmond in 1890 is fb- CARLOS COLEMAN FRANK DARNELL ROBERT DUNVILLE HENRY ENCK MARSHALL GORDON ROBERT JEPSON EUGENE McNAMEE JAMES MORANO WILLIAM RANSON RUSSELL SILER ,JOHN TURNER LES WEBB ALGER BATTS ROBERT BRADENHAM STANLEY BROCK DONALD BROUGHTON WILLIAM CARPENTER LARRY COLEMAN ROBERT CUNNINGHAM WAYLAND DANTON HENRY DICKINSON TRAVIS DUPRIEST RICHARD ELIOTT JOHN GOOCH KENNETH GRAY LARRY HITCHNER RONALD JONES CHIP KING ' J ON LUCY JOHN MCCORMICK STEPHEN O'N1EILL A 'CURTIS PAYNE TONY SAKOWSKI ALLEN SAVILLE RICHARD SHARF BAILEY SPENCE 'I77 Q J, b S Q E11 i S Gi' Y -r , 0 ga 0 "fQuus9"' DOUGLAS LEE MISS MARGARET EASLEY President Sponsor PHI KAPPA SIGMA Phi Chapter Founded-University of Pennsylvania, 1850 Established at University of Richmond in 1373 Sw x. 'crfl QAQSQLX F QF X , hr- , Swv. 9 vu., if in-J , 'Vo-s 1 I? RALPH BARNER WILLIAM CROXTON OLEN CULLER RONALD GILMORE WILLIAM HOWELL HOWARD LEE GLEN LUTZ STEVE MACIK JOHN PALOCHAK ' GERALD PURYEAR ' PANAYIOTIS STAVREDES CARLEN WEEDER 5552552152555 H .. I H DAVID BALLARD DONALD BARNES WAYNE DEMENTI DANNY DONLON RANDY DRAYER GLEN DUTY LOUIS FLAIM HORTON HOBBS DANIEL HOAKER THOMAS INMAN ANDY JARRETT JOHN LLOYD I W2 'G Q 5 1 Aww. an I IA I A ' n I NA OHN LOVING QBICHARD LUCK EEDWIN MALECHEK WERTCHARD PETERSON DENNIS PRYOR CARMINE RUFFA 'JOHN' SOPONSKY FRANK SCHULTZ LELAND SELBY 'RICHARD SINCLAIR DAVID SZUMOWSKI W K1 Q , 34 -.J ptr? I., -V gn wg 337' A YQ. my M am ,E I W Y: ,I ,u v '1 N M EDWARD COHEN President PHI vw V'trHiiff'. K jgfgissgszij gsm: ,.,4..H .Ts M ...H W .. ...,, H Ja i W. , A ': Y' 1 3322 T , A , 451: 'E' I x iii f WEQHQEEES wiv'-'X if 31132. 'EE is HM Jw., kms: MISS BARBARA COHEN Sponsor SIGMA DELTA Rho Chapter F ounded-George Washington University, 1914 Established at University of Richmond in 1925 91?.lL!'i:g:El'.s Y' 1 , ' V f "4 tw" HIG- 180 za I if 5. 5: . EI , y I .4 i J f:'2 - I I R A is Y - LE 1 -1 , I 6 ix l A R! 1 6: W F r ! N A u V13 N , ffm! if' ZZZZ A lil .f- A 'A Q, I 9-ff J -Q 5 . I 5? . A W ,, , P. - E if 1' I , Q 5 Mi ' L G A. Db HENRY ALPERIN ALAN BALABAN EDWARD COHEN CHARLES GESHEKTER BARI, NOVEY MARVIN SCHWARTZ E' AISLEN BAJRRX ZIQQLL I CLIFFORDQALISCHULL LMARGYAXEL GREG BENJgAM1N JEROME COHEN LAWRENCE 'DAVID FRANKLIN GOODMAN LEONARD GREENSPOON RICHARD LAYTON PETER LESNIK Uv iffifiif' ALAN HOWARD MENDELSOHN DONALD MEYERS MARVIN MILLER WILLIAM NEY HERBERT RICE DAVID SCHREIBFEDER MICHAEL SEIDEMANN SPENCER SILVERBACH HOWARD SMITH JAY TRONEELD I 181 S 11135355 EES" "g355m'm' 1 1 1 5' W 1 4 fa 1 M W 2ZLff mi g i Y Q F ' 1. ,-'- ,OSX 8 i asf ' 94, :EE R, ' Fi 'iv B if WKA Kd n Ya Ji n Vw Q ROBERT MARCHANT MISS MILLIE BRADSHAW President Sponsor Pl KAPPA ALPHA Omicron Chapter F ounded-University of Virginia, 1868 Established at University of Richmond in 1891 Qu, N sr gf :- www"',ww'Wxx "H :ff11ff: vi: wi my 'ith rf WILLIAM TOLIAFERRO WILLIAM ADAMS FRANK APPEL WALLACE BOWERS SPENCER BULLINGTON STEPHEN CARPENTER DOUGLAS CARPER JAMES GATES JOHN GRUNDY JOHN HOPKINS HARRY LEA TOWNES LEA ROBERT MARCHANT DAVID MATTOX RYLAND RITCHELL PAYTON MOTLEY DAVID NELSON WILLIAM PERKINSON FRANKLIN PHILLIPS BARRY ROBERTS JAHN SUMMS TOMMY TUCKER 183 l'iAWW"W'r1 5 , . M, , Z I WILLIAM TUNE MISS PAT PARRISH Pf8SideIll Spgnsgr SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Tau Chapter Founded-University of Alabama, 1856 Established at University of Richmond in. 1938 ALLEN DOUGLAS BOWERS ROBERT COLLINS. DAFFRON DEACON HoovER RUFF IN LEE 'CRAIG ORGAN ANDREW PASTORIUS DOUGLAS SWEENEY JOHN TELEPO WILLIAM TUNE LARRY BROWNING DONALD BUTLER MICHAEL CRITZER EDWARD DEDGE ANTHONY DIRICKSON READ GOODE WILLIAM HOWELL JOHN JORDAN. 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X4-+w..4 1963 HCMECOMING QUEEN Miss Millie Bradshaw Miss Walker Glenn CANDIDATES iis sis H Iiiiffiii H" 55 ME ,Kas H mf A ' A u Miss Nancy Holland Miss Brenda Matlock V 1 ,N Hf li , Lawn w , , , -,.,- , H x x w x H ML. - E f.,-:iq , LA.: M 3' :nail , ..,.z.: ,:,YWV MAY QUEEN siNqncy Holland MAI D F HON RW SiMissi JuQy Bcirnihqrf ,E W' Us ' s , , Sally Abel Pal' Bankes Beverly Davls ' 1, 5' 1: K: XW,, 1 1 QL u V H5 V ' 1 MLM MAY COU RT H . ' H iw 11 204 Kendal East Walker Glenn Elaine Johnson Connie Nunn Beffy Taylor in sw Brenda Wade Connie Zeno 06 SPCRTSMANSHIP If I should lose, let me stand by the road And cheer as the winners go by! Berton Braley w A L X A '. 'x '4 ix , ,gf w ww : f'w1f5":5 Y 1 ' 1: -my-. 4 , . . ,gym-Pm., ,S ,M ,my 'fl V P' ' .gm ...A fgixsv , 'ull' rx xl A ,uc , Q i af,- , W ,,,, N .. W. 1 ' - 1 ' ,:..:::rs: , 1 'Z-32 1-1-5 - - ff-,..1.,.,z gay,f s1.gV:w - 'fl 5 J: ' A.. 1 . 'Q ' 'J-'P' MA- H' .5- f -155-gpg! .'fv,'Q r I, - , Vg blxr 5 ., ,, S' ,.',-' 1 I V xg- wan? .P P A Q -', . ,N A, "' ' ' :-:E ' " ' I ., ' ' A .fn , A , at 1, e e, 3? M EL A-L , I , 1 6 I 1 - . i KL Q :H 5' ' ' r A if e va f ea P A 7 1 ' A f 1 ' A J A, b ,, .,E:.:N, E , 5 E , in , l , T-- . Y- Ar Q Q Qs ' xl lf Bo 208 SPIDER FOOTBALL TEAM. Left to right, front row: Mancuso, Deco, Peacock, Lofstead, Helvin, Kessel, Summers, Duty, Foutz. Second row: Bond, Ellington, Cossetl, Viltone, Silvi, Emelianchik, Hayes, Smith Blackwood, Stromick. Third row: Sheranek, Albright, Kullaf, Myers, Deeter, Moore, Hodsdon, Pryor, Nowxcki, Tri-Captains. Left to right: Center jim A SPIDER Q B A M ,eee 19 64 it-'I , ' 1 ' V , ii , 'li it i' I . , , g15,i:l,2,i,,, Y In , I ,d 71 " ' -SQL 91 . z 4. ob Drobney, and Guard Joe Kessel. ' 'LL """ T" Smelser. Fourth row: Manager DeStefon, May, Ortwein, Flaim, Makowsky, Gordon, Williams, Schreibfeder, Ring, Robins. F ijth row: Head Coach Merrick., Coach Wise, Coach DeFalco, Coach Humbert, Business Manager Caylor, Trainer McNeal, Equipment Manager Graham. The 1963 University of Richmond football squad faced the strongest schedule in the school's history and did a creditable job, finishing the year with three victories, six losses, and one tie. The Spiders defeated a strong East Carolina team, 10-7, in the season's opener. Davidson bowed to an inspired Richmond team, 21-13, and the Spiders next won an impressive victory over the Citadel. A pass interception forced the Spiders to settle for a 7-7 deadlock with VMI after Richmond had driven to the Keydet 10-yard line in the fourth period. Coach Ed Merrick's team, which had bowed to Tennessee, 34-6, put up a brilliant battle before losing to rugged Florida, 35-28, and lost a hard fought 7-0 decision to a tough Southern Mississippi team, gambled on a two-point conversion pass against Virginia Tech, the team which captured the Southern Conference title, and had it intercepted. As a result, Tech won by 14-13. The brutal schedule and a breakdown in the defensive secondary finally caught up with the Spiders in their final two games and they were defeated by powerful Syracuse, 50-0, and by arch-rival William and Mary, 29-6. Thirteen Spiders-Bob Drobney, Joe Kessel, Jim Helvin, Bill Sommers, Ken Wilbourne, Tommy Peacock, Bruce Gossett, Larry Deco, Fred Mancuso, Gerald Lofstead, Dick Foutz, Larry Duty, and Al Mitchell-ended their varsity careers this season. Q UR edges Pirates 'IO-7 Richmond opened its 1963 foot- ball season with a thrilling come- from-behind 10-7 victory over East Carolina. It looked as if the first half would end with this East Caro- lina lead When, with 15 seconds re- maining, quarterback Bill Silvi and halfback Ken Stoudt combined on a 54--yard scoring pass. Bruce Cos- sett, the expert Spider place-kicker, made the extra point and the game was tied. Richmond scored the deciding three points on a 35-yard field goal by Gossett late in the game. The game was highlighted by the great play of the Spiders' defense, and tri-captain Joe Kessel was named lineman of the Week in the Southern conference for his out- standing effort. Stoudt races for first down. Kickoff ! Florida triumphs, 35-28 Traveling to Gainsville, Rich- mond's determined Spiders nearly pulled an upset victory over a heavily favored Florida team. Rich- mond scored first on a 5-yard field goal. Immediately following, ,lim Helvin fell on a Gator fumble. One play later, Ken Wilbourne scored from the one and boosted the Spider lead to 10-0. At half time the Spi- ders trailed 14-10. Richmond, began its comeback with 11 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Richmond,s final score resulted from a fourth down pass from Smith to Emilianchik. The clock ran out with the Spiders in possession. Jim Helvin, Spider center, was voted Virginia lineman of the week. 210 - .,-up -Q' Pete Emelinchik All Southern Conference End ff s-.gh ij". 1 asf! 3 . 4, y s . in ' f I 2. Q1 5 ' sian ls N-ef' Kenny Stoudt All Southern Conference I-Ialfback 'JP L Joe Kessel, Guard B011 Drobney, End Tennessee Volunteers drop Spiders 34 6 The Spider football team suf- fered their first defeat of the 1963 season at the hands of the Volun- teers of Tennessee. Although the loss and 34-6 score were not surprises, the Tennessee Volunteers did not have an easy time with the Spiders who battled gallantly until the final whistle. The single Richmond tally re- sulted from a 51-yard screen pass from quarterback Ronnie Smith to halfback Ken Wilbourne. Wilbourne, who bobbled the ball momentarily, raced from the left flat following a Wall of Spider blockers and scampered into the end zone for the score. For its offensive strategy, Rich- mond relied mainly on the aerials thrown by Bill Silvi and Ronnie Smith. Bring him down! Stromick and his teammate block an opposing player. Southern Mississippi over Richmond, 7 0 Southern Mississippi proved to be an ungracious Southern host as they defeated the University of Richmond Spiders 7-0. This vigorous defensive encoun- ter was highlighted by the tremen- dous kicking of Bruce Cossett who averaged 41 yards on eight kicks. The only score of the game came in the second quarter when the spir- ited Southerns capitalized on Rich- mond's fumble. The kick was good and the Southerns led 7-0. Richmondis only threat saw the Spiders move the ball to midfield but were unable to advance further against the massive Southern Mis- sissippi line and were forced to punt. 211 Spiders victors by 21-'I3 The University of Richmond, toughened by four forays against outside opposition, opened its South- ern Conference season with an im- pressive 21-13 win over Davidson. Ron Gordon started the Spider scoring by racing 75 yards for the touchdown. Bruce Gossett converted and the score was 7-0. Trailing by 13-7 near the end of the first half, Richmond went in front, 14-13, on a spectacular 11- yard touchdown pass from quarter- back Ronnie Smith to end Pete Emelianchik plus Bruce Gossett's conversion kick. The Spiders added another score early in the third period on fullback Larry Deco's two-yard plunge. Richmond led in first downs 15-5, and rushing yardage, 348-87. Action at City Stadium. fi- , gf-ie: Q ,fzqnfx ,L y . .,.,..n,, . ,-f ,. - 7 - 1, . .-W, . :- - -.,-w-fl:-N wr Mass Conf us VPI trips Richmond, 'I4-'I3 A Homecoming crowd of 18,000 witnessed an inspired Spider team pose a determined effort only to lose by one point to the Cobbler team from Blacksburg. Richmond scored first as a result of an electrifying 72-yard run by Ken Stoudt. Cossett added the extra point and Richmond led 7-0. In the third quarter a question- able call by an oflicial gave the Gobblers another chance to score. Richmond fought back as Joe Kessel fell on a VPI fumble with four minutes left to play. The Spiders moved deep into the Gob- bler territory and Ken Wilbourne drove the ball over the goal. A gallant two point conversion effort failed as the clock ran out and the final score remained 14--13. 212 ion. L Jim I-Ielvin, Center Al Mitchell, Tackle 1,1 as-ef l l. R41 5 - V w V' ' Ken Wilboiune, Halfback r s 1 N Wk . is As, A..,, 3 As. H 2 aa.. I, , 1 , J W E32 l HN ,N is-' S553 Larry Deco, Fullback l -.4 Richmond ties VMI, 7-7 The Richmond Spiders dominated the game against the VMI Keydets but emerged with only a 7-7 tie. After a scoreless first half the Keydets moved 51 yards on a punt return and took the lead 7-0. The second half was all Rich- mond as the Spiders dominated the pigskin. Early in the fourth quar- ter, Richmond quarterback Ronnie Smith fired a five-yard pass to end Pete Emelianchik. Bruce Gossett tied the contest with his extra point. The Spiders again threatened. However, with only 1:20 remaining a Smith pass was intercepted ending the Spiders threat. Richmond again regained posses- sion of the ball, but too late to move within scoring range. The Spiders led in the statistics column: first downs 17-7, 286-151 in total yardage, and 132-14 in rushing. Coach Merrick hammers out the play as Al Mitchell listens intently. "ff w ww J' ff' zigfwu ww xumwgli , UWM -za-sf-Sum l i RJ mf f TT tg,,,oo,l?1-Elgixgigg oo 1 ,unwmz - " -' '.h g f' f mx .gg -1 Stoudt down at the three-yard line. Richmond prevails, 26-6 The Spiders again led the victor column by defeating the Citadel at Charleston. University of Richmond scored twice in the first half. The second half opened with the Citadel squad scoring on the first play from scrimmage. However, Smith continued to show his mark- manship by combining with half- back Norris Aldridge for a third period touchdown. The final UR touchdown came when Ken Wilboume smashed over from the one late in the fourth quarter. For his invaluable generalship, quarterback Ronnie Smith was named the back of the week by the Southern Conference sports writers. 213 1 Intensity of the game. Syracuse beats Richmond 50-0 The courageous Spider team journeyed to Syracuse, New York to engage the top-ranked Syracuse University, their fifth non-South- ern Conference foe. The mighty Syracuse team out- powered and outmaneuvered the Richmond squad as the Spiders proved to he no match for the mas- sive Orangement. The national pow- erhouse outran and outpassed our Richmond team and when the smoke cleared, the Spiders found them- selves on the short end of a 50-0 SCOIIC. Romiie Smith, Quarterback Spiders lose, 29-6 The Indians of William and Mary tallied early in the second quarter on a 62-yard drive to come from behind after Richmond had drawn first blood in the opening moments of the game. The lone Spider score came as a result of a pass from quarterback Ron Smith to Junior end Pete Emelianchik. The Spiders, however, failed to recover from the Syracuse disaster and the Indians dominated the game. The final score ended 29-6. 214 l-.-L --h -1 ""' :sz Bill Silvi, Quarterback Coaching staff watches intently from the sidelines am ' 'Q I r Y 1 iil' 1 1 l X .O sf v 59' '.fz!7ri 13 e:e-i ' I - ew 1- ,S Y ill 1 - F ik V '. ' Homecoming festivities-Queen Gayle Jones Conlemplation-the next play? Spider Coaching Staff. Left to right: Joe Downing, Dick I-Iumbert, Danny DeFalco Carl Wise -" ' "Q " ' I ' 1: TTRAUK sssr . i l it Q. The cross-country team had a rough season this fall due to the con- tinued rebuilding of the team. Carlos Coleman, Abner Anthony, Ron Jones, Alvan Smith, Mike Kusheba, Bill Lumpkin, and Bruce Stuart are the nucleus of Coach Hardy's runners. The freshman team again had a winning season. Promising frosh runners include Allan Saville, Ed Belknap, John Lucy, Don Alley and Paul Hagenmueller. The Richmond runners met Virginia Military Institute, West Vir- ginia, Davidson, and William and Mary in Southern Conference en- counters. They also participated in the Southern Conference Meet at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and in the State meet at Richmond. The cross-country course stretches out over the entire campus and covers four miles for the varsity meets and two and one-half miles for freshmen meets. CROSS COUNTY TEAM. Left to right, first row: Seville, Allen, Belknap, Luch, Hagenmueller. Second row: Eliott, Baroody, Kusheeha, Allen., Clark, Third row: Coach Hardy, g Smith, Anthony, Coleman, Jones. -5111100 Sam McCormick and Coach Hardy if la, V' l w 2221, 'Pa 7 wr tx QTIIACKA i 'QHN0 Q rnicr-4 ' Il , XGHMQ9 ' THAIQK QV rrmcn 9, PRACTICE una T CH N0 x H42 Qtlfff .Sill Us no X K 1 -,130 , 'S' 4- at TTRRRWQA PRAU Cf. HM' t y t , 'NS 049 F ,,t,,,t ?QnAcK 5 Q Q.. 'YRMIK H, WACTIUE AND CAPTAIN. SFC Alan R. Cooper and J. J. Rice. 'LIU mfr' ug 1 X Y - . 7 -.V , .Y . , . Y ,, W The University of Richmond Rifle and Pistol Club, while having a losing season shows promise for the future. Jack Rice, president of the club, provides capable leadership. The Spider Riflemen are led by John Courtney, James Gordon and George Aux. With all varsity men returning plus a fine group of freshmen marksmen emerging, the Rifle team's future looks bright. The freshman team has shown much promise, and are undefeated thus far. Pete Kusara, Ed Ball, and Fred Philipson form the nucleus of the freshman team. The newly-organized pistol team continues to practice and hopes to schedule some matches in the near future. Sergeant Allan R. Cooper serves as coach for both teams. RIFLE CLUB. Left to right, first row: R. W. Drayer, T. E. Clark, D. E. Everett, R. E. Matthews, E. L. Ball, F. C. Philipsen, E. I-I. Grove, III. Second row: SFC Alan R. Cooper, R. J. Mears, J. J. Rice CPresidentJ, J. M. Courtney, III Cllifle Team Captainj, C. W. Aux, W. B. Crawford, E. P. Rice, Sgt. J. Jackson. Third row: P. G. Kucera, F. L. Orth, D. B. Wilkins, J. W. Russell, W. M. Galbraith, J. H. Gordon, R. D. Krause, J. M. Matter. 2 ,. .'- .Q-wh SPIDER BASKETBALL TEAM. Back row: Larry Hockman, Coach Gale Catlett, Manager Tim Connelly. SPIDER BASKETBALL 1963 and 1964 Pete Eldredge, Dave Boots, George Atwell, Tom T Coach and Captains-Buddy 19 xv SYAFF 1 is Spike Welsl Front ow Manager Hayne Tsou, Coach Lewis Mills, John Telepo, Buddy Enck, Assistant The University of Richmond Basketball Team experienced its fifth consecutive losing season, finishing the 1963-1964 campaign with a 6-16 record. Novice coach Lewis Mills started the season with nine men, lost two after semester exams, and with a second semester recruit from the Law School, Bill Burton, finished the season with eight players. However, the Spiders left a creditable account, making up in spirit what they lacked in depth. Co-captain John Telepo led the Spiders with a 20.4 average and finished second in scoring in the Southern Conference. He was re- warded for his valiant efforts by being selected to the all-Southern Conference first team. With only two graduating seniors, and a promising freshman squad, the Spiders' and Mills' future look bright. UR opened its 1963-1964 basketball season at Va. Tech's Coli- seum with only three lettermen, the score was 77-53. The Spiders opened their home basketball season by defeating East Carolina 71-67. Richmond lost its second game of the year to the U. of Va. by a score of 91-71, despite a half-time lead of 40-38. 219 The UR Spiders, led by Tenwick, Telepo, and Enck, gave the Southern Conference champs a run for their money. The game was close all the way. The final score was 79-71, as UR dropped their third of the season. The UR defeated the Citadel by 77-73 at the Arena in a foul studded performanceg there were 54 fouls called in the game, as Richmond sank 31 of 4.4. Leading the Richmond scoring was Buddy Enck, 20, Tom Tenwick, 17, John Telepo, 14-, and Spike Welsh, 13. The U. of Richmond had trouble shooting in the second half, and despite a 38-32 half-time lead, dropped a Southern Confer- ence decision to George Washington University by 60-57. The UR lost the first game of the Christmas Tournament 83-79 to East Tennessee. The half-time score was 4-9-41, and the Spiders never could completely overcome the eight-point ad- vantage. ln the second round of the Watuago Christmas Tournament, Richmond lost to East Kentucky by a score of 77-62. The half- time score was 34-28 in favor ofglientucky. Telepo and Enck tallied 16 points each for Richmond, while Tenwick added 11, and Welsh 10. Richmond, behind John Telepo, scored a 69-65 upset victory over Florida State. This Win broke a three-game losing streak for the Spiders. Telepo led the Spider sharpshooters with a career high of 34 points. In all, Richmond shot 56 percent for the night. Richmond returned from the exam lay-off and just could not Up for the rebound. W Tenwick? battles for -the 'hallt l Enck flies after the ball., find the range as Centenary won out 83-69. The Spiders 50-36 rebound edge was wasted by a poor 37.1 shooting percentage from the floor and 19 lost possessions. Richmond was down 30-25 at half time, but completely came apart during the second half. Telepo with 25 and Tenwick with 22 points again paced the Spiders. At Furman the Spiders were never able to grab the lead although tied at 32-32 in the closing minutes of the first half. Furman then tallied two buckets to enter the dressing room with a 36-32 edge. The Spiders never recovered in the second half and went on to lose 71-60. Richmond defeated the Citadel 67-65 mainly on the strength of identical 22 points performances from Tenwick and Telepo. The lead swayed back and forth but the Spiders pulled away for a 31-23 halftime lead. The Citadel outscored the Spiders 14-2 at the outset of the second half and took the lead at 47-45. Then Tenwick and Telepo took over the Spiders and put them on top. They were helped by Spike Welsh, 10, Buddy Enck, 8, and George Atwell, 5 points. Virginia Tech defeated the Spiders 103-85. Richmond fell behind early and never caught up. Tech had built up a 45-23 lead at intermission. Tom Tenwick led the Spiders with 29 points. Spike Welsli chipped in 16 and John Telepo 13 to help the cause. All the University of Richmond needed to break out of a five game losing streak was a rather impressive shooting per- formance. The Spiders fired away at a brisk 64.5 percent from It's all in the hand technique! ft in . as 'lie mean 5 S if Y 1' 1 S I M Ju, in v Southern Conference John Telepo in action. ,ara 'i J l Hill . The Spiders handed the Furman Paladins the game, 74-63, by bungling the ball in the closing moments of the game. Rich- mond had 18 lost possessions. Richmondis 32-31 half-time lead and a shooting edge 45.6- 4-4.6 from the floor were to no avail as the lost possessions took their toll. Richmond slowed down the pace and it paid off in a 53-52 win over William and Mary. The score was tied, 33-33 at half- time. Shortly afterwards the Spiders went into their slowdown. The Spiders were led by John Telepo's 20 points. The Spiders hit 45 percent of their shots and made them all count. Unbeaten, fifth ranked Davidson edged the Spiders 52-49. Richmond held a 32-29 half-time lead. Davidson regained the lead early in the second half and then went into an 1116 minute freeze to preserve the final victory. Both teams hit 51.4 percent from the floor, but Richmond lost the game at the foul line. Richmond, which almost handled Davidson three days earlier, ran into trouble with George Washington and the Colonials prevailed for a 108-77 Southern Conference victory. The Indians of William and Mary took off running and at half time had built up a 37-32 lead in the game that would decide the eighth berth of the Southern Conference Tournament. The Indians hit on 52.1 per cent of their shots for an 84-53 victory. Co-captains John Telepo and Buddy Enck closed out their varsity careers in this game. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM. Back row: Harvey Roberts, Tom Green, Ernie Baich, Buster Baits, Bob King and Tony Renaldi. Front row: Billy McCann, Stanley Brock, Johnny Moates, Dale Terry and Robbie Baldwin. Not pictured, Sandy Tucker, Coach Cale Catlett. fi? 224 w.-J., H W, BASEBALL TEAM Left to right first row R E Plulyaw E A McNamee Coach Putt D A Douglas R N Thompson, .I M Telepo Second row J S Snyder E Davis J J BASEBALL COACH AND CAPTAINS E A McNamee Coach D A Douglas M000 1 Y 1 1 1 Ww11u11, 1V1i1jn1,M:3ig1l.1z1j55'kX 1,1111H11 1.1V1111111111N1 1 11, X1 5 CMM QAUO ' ggi' 'fs 11 1 1 A 1 was ii itll H 6150.0 1.15'M04',f 04' S iley D F Fabell H Tsou Th d row- R. E. Marchant, W. R. Blenckstone, E. R. Hash H P Br tto R L. Sharif, N. C. I-Ialbleib. The University of Richmond baseball Spiders, who are again ably coached by Mac Pitt, will attempt to improve on last yearis 10-8-1 record. The Spiders were hurt by the loss of All American Bobby Stewart 011211, who captained the 1963 squad. Coach Pitt will have his entire pitching stalf returning, the juniors Bob Philyaw Q5-21, and Bill Smiley Q4-21. Dick Thompson f.226j will be back at first base as will Al lVIcNamee f.28Oj at third base. Sophomores Dutch Halbleib and Ritchie Sharif are expected to battle with Stan Tucker and Jim lVlcGuffin f .2591 for the shortstop and second base positions respec- tively. Those competing for outfield positions include sophomore Randy Hash who will be striving for a position along with John Telepo, Bob Marchant, and Tommy Goodman f.261j. Don Douglas f.258j returns behind the plate with Junior Dennis F arbella to back him up. 225 TENNIS Bill Carpenter, a junior from Newport News, served as captain of the 1964 University of Richmond tennis team coached by Leonard McNeal. Carpenter will probably play No. 1 with Larry Hitchner, a junior letterman from Bridgeton, N. J., and Coleman Yeatts, a junior letter- man from Chatham in the No. 2 and No. 3 spots. Tom Tenwick, a Lake- wood, Ohio, junior is slated to play No. 4. Sophomores Bob Bayliss and Ed Brooks are battling it out for the fifth and sixth berths. 3 Bill Carpenter, Coleman Yealts, Coach McNeal TENNIS TEAM. Larry Hitchner, Ed Brooks, John Campbell, Bob Bayliss, Coleman Yeatts, Bill Carpenter. J v '1' . , ,H ff , V ,Z , i . f LA ' ' 1 . I-A I ,R'V. h ,k.,,-- fx. , "j , My "ff 4.,.gx.4 -':v.,. .f I 27-, . .. -- , -3 -'.:,:.',4,: 3 ha, -fur. ., I , ' '- 'T""?'tf.-"L1ei'- ' . " ' ---...z 1 .V.,- -9' 4 f. ,Qu . Au: 5--4ff,'i.1-. A . ' - 1 vw.-Q 1'.fE'."?:: A ' - ag- Q "girly Qi X, -r,.'- f - 51'-.. .U ' ' ' ' rf- ff- -. - '. Y-w-w ,4f'Q'Y4'1?'. ' 5-ag. ' . . --' 4--, guk. A- . , .gs-. - , . ,, , ,l .j . . 5 rw . g fu-F --',..' - -. , . . ' - -"' V' -..'.' Y- 'L7'f"'L - - ,' 'v ' 53" 'A 'f ' - - "I.--'i5E7x'3w:,-Gif. E5 f , , M, -,ff-14,5 M, ' .x-. .f i- "Y-if-dug. 2. -,.,,l -. ,.i--,-1153,-X 1.1 . ' - zv. K ' --A .. w I . ,'-. 1 ,-fx . - . f.. , ,- , . ., , r 1 ,' X - 4- ' - . f" ' -1,-14.2. . 4 I V' 14 J 4 v .mv . -4. W l T x., ."f. ' 7-n 'r 4 w X Y-. en-L.. TRACK TEAM. Left to right, first row: Morris, Lebo, Allen Evertt, Belnap, Hagenmuller, Deever, Usry, Wood, Clark. Second row: Miller, Benton, Coleman, Smith, Anthony, McCormick, Faust, Deacon, Bruce, Nelson, Slis. Third row: Bloomqulst, Kusheha, Clough, Coach Boyd, Baroody,SAllEn, ?lliott, Dwyer, Coach Hardy, Lucy, Coach Crodzicki, Carpet, evi e, ones. TRACK and Carlos Coleman and Coach Hardy. Coach Fred Hardyis track team, plagued by troubles in the past, has the best prospects in the last 6 years. Hardy feels his major weaknesses are in the weights, pole vault, and javelin. However, he hopes that they will continue to improve as the season progresses. The Richmond track mentor feels that FIELD EVENTS his strongest event will be the sprints with returning lettermen J ack Deacon, Tykie Miller and Sam Mc- Cormack plus Mike Bloomquist. Carlos Coleman, a letterman, returns in the 880 and the mile. He should receive able assistance from Ronnie J ones, a transfer student. Tykie Miller again returns in the hurdles. Richard Elliot, an outstanding runner for the Freshmen last year, and Bob Slis will compete in the 440. In the two- and three-mile runs Hardy will have Alvin Smith, Carlos Coleman, Abner Anthony and Don Barnes. Richmond should be strong in the broad jump with letterman Mike Kusheba, who will receive help from Richard Elliot, Bob Slis, and Mike Bloomquist. Harless Wright will again throw the discus for the Spiders. Mike Kusheba and Bob Slis will compete in the triple jump and Mike Bloomquist and Sam McCor- mack will be Hardyis pole vaulters. Richard should prove strong in the mile relay and especially strong in the 4440 relay, a new event in track this year. The members are Left to right, ,first row: Cadet If Lt and Band Commander, John L. Wellsg Cadet 2! Lt and Drum Major Donald A. Lively. Second row: SfSgt. G. T. Tucker, Cpl. L. H. Campbell, Sgt. M. E. Darden, Pvt. T. C. Rodgers, Cpl. C. L. White. Third row: Sgt. C. N. Erickson, Cpl. E. D. Johns, Pvt. J. M. Sisk, PFC J. A. Aronica, Pvt. J. R. Smith. Fourth row: Cpl. W. L. Rudd, PFC H. T. Pohlman, Cpl. R. A. Hodnett, PFC T. J. Smith Pvt. R. J. Dandridge. Fifth row: Cpl. E. D. Stratton, PFC J. R. Sears, Pvt. F. A. Clarke, PFC J. E. Delcorso, Cpl. J. F. Mayer. Sixth row: SfSgt. C. C. Ferguson, PFC J. E. Capps., PFC J. E. Walters, Sgt. J. W. Mclntyre, PFC D. E. Mullen. Seventh row: Sgt. E. H. Grove, Cpl. D. H. Carper, Pvt. W. R. Lowery, Cul. J. D. Rodgers, Cpl. W. M. Robinson. Eighth row: PFC R. L. Uhl, PFC J. T. McCollister, Cpl. R. F. Compton, Pvt. R. L. May, Cpl. J. W. Davis, Ninth row: SfSgt. L. W. Mentzer, Cpl. J. W. Milford, Cpl. F. P. Hall, Pvt. J. G. Jordan, Cpl. W. S. Felton. Tenth row: Cpl. A. A. Talley, PFC D. R. Alley, PFC A. D. Drayer, Cpl. F. A. Appel, Cpl. ' E. P. Sherman. Eleventh row: 1fSgt. E. V. Shrum, Sgt. J. M. Peterson, Pvt. W. M. King. R.O.T.C. BAND The University of Richmond R.O.T.C. Band was formed in 1961 and has progressed rapidly in the three years. Not only has it represented the Uni- versity at football and basketball games, it has also competed in the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival which is held at Winchester, Virginia each year. The Band competed in the Festival in 1962 and 1963 and on both occasions Won the Queenls trophy for first place in the division for college bands. The Band will also attend the Festival on May 1, 1964. 229 Mi: -..,- ff' .Ar .....-vii Q. I 1--ni -an'--...NL 'ai UNIVERSITY CHEERLEADERS. Left to right: Pam August, Francie Mitchell, Larry Coleman, Jane Bibb, Anne Garlock, Floyd Clingenpeel, Suzanne Borum, james Garrett. UNIVERSITY CHEERLEADERS New cheers, new uniforms and new gimmicks have shown the enthusiasm and spirit of the University Cheerleaders. Their successful year .has WESTHAMPTON FRESHMAN CLASS. Left to right: Darlene Scott, Jackie Lassiter, Brownie Sales, Joan Odland, Ann Taylor. JUNIOR CLASS. Left to right: Sue Jackson, Rosemary Jones, Susan Darden, Phyllis Grasty. included several pep rallies, bonfires and a new mascot, "Spider Man," who was introduced in the fall at Homecoming. CH EE RLEADE RS SOPHOMORE CLASS. Left to right: Barbara Veno, Kay Woody', Judy Mitchell, Jane Walker. SENIOR CLASS. Left to right: Betty Taylor, Billie Lynn Mercer, Bucky Hanbury, Carolyn Burgess. ,,,-- AA BOARD. Left to right, first row: Francie Mitchell, Millie Kaiser, Dotte Williains CPrcsidcntj, Sue Parrish, Rachel Norman, Cay Garrett. Second row: Sara Ruschhaupt., Linda Fridley, Mary Dutrow, Mimi Edge, jackie Harper, Miss Mary Jane Miller. Third row: Pat Edgerton, Frances Mayer, Diane Byers, Mary Catherine Ware. WESTHAMPTON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATICDN The entire student body of Westhampton makes up its Athletic Association which is created to foster and maintain sportsmanship, spirit, and co- operation among the students. The Athletic Association sponsors traditional activities such as the orientation picnic, the Snow Ball, and Song Contest. Letters are awarded by the AA for varsity participation in hockey, basket- ball, tennis, lacrosse, and a national rating in archery. The climax of the year's activities is the AA Banquet at which recognition is given to all who have earned letters and other AA awards throughout the year. Westhaniptoii seals are awarded in the spring to juniors and seniors who have rendered service to the AA and have shown enthusiasm, loyalty, and sportsmanship, representing the true 'Westhampton Spirit. , ag., SWIMMING After many years of eager anticipation, West- hampton has her swimming pool-and one we can be proud of! A gift of the Alumnae Association of Westhampton College, this Olympic size indoor pool is named in honor of Miss Fanny G. Cren- shaw, first physical education instructor at West- hampton. The live-lane pool, valued at approxi- mately 3375,000, was dedicated June, 1963. The pool is adequately equipped with safety devices, hair dryers, and the best sound equipment avail- able. Activities include approximately seventeen hours of regular classes under the instruction of Miss Nancy K. Mitchell and Miss Augusta Chapman, competitive events, and swimming shows, the main one being held May Day. There are daily free swimming hours throughout the Week and co-ed swimming on Friday nights. We can assure the Alumnae Association that their time and effort is greatly appreciated. "l w . w .l na tv Y' . .G - J ws X K J sa if .su 8 ,,.. M. , 'S wx ex ni: H 5,55 -fag wif Q mx X iii? ' '1- ffsisf if 1255 . ww A ,n,. F JE ww M5 -fl W V... M emu 'Hfwf 3 "Z , D' 35 ,, 11 J .... J x fi in ,as gf? ' si .--'E' ts . ':-: ' S' VARSITY HOCKEY. Left to right, first row: Ginny Neely, Linda Fridley, Sandy Fairfield, Joan Schools, Fran Stewart, Brenda Falls. Second row: Dotte Williams, Sara Ruschhaupt, Sara Townsend, Frances Mayer, Pat Kursch, Susan Marlin. Not pictured: Lea Perkins. St. Catherineis .... Little Colonels . .. William and Mary Madison ............ . . . Roanoke .......... . . . Mary Washington . Old Dominion .... . . . Longwood ....... Richmond Club .. 234 W.C. They 3 1 1 4 1 1 0 1 0 O 3 2 0 0 1 2 0 3 VARSITY HOCKEY Much aided by freshmen and transfers, the 1963 Westhamptoll Hockey Team faced a rebuild- ing season, having lost six first team members from the preceding year. Several members of the team attended hockey camp where they not only improved their skills and techniques, but also had an opportunity to meet and play against several foreign hockey teams of the twenty-two teams which were in the United States for the International Hockey Conference, held at Goucher College near Baltimore, Mary- land, from September 41 to September 19. On Sat- urday, September 21, Westhampton served as hostess to the teams from Ireland and the Nether- lands who played exhibition games with the Tide- water team. At the Tidewater Tournament in Wil1iamsbu1'g, three members of the team were selected for the Tidewater Field Hockey Team. Frances Mayer was named to the first team as left halfback, Sara Ruschhaupt was named to the second team as goal- keeper, and Sarah Townsend was named as a reserve back for the second team. From the South- east Tournament in which Tidewater participated, Frances Mayer was named the Southeast Reserve Team as center halfback and journeyed to the National Tournament in Rochester, New York. Westhamptoii, led by team captain Dotte Wil- liams and manager Sara Ruschhaupt, had a season record of two wins, four losses, and three ties. SECOND VARSITY TEAM. Left to right, first row: Mary Dutrow, Jo Ann Jamison, Tuck Hilley, Judy McCann, Kris Sponsler. Second row: Carolyn Owen, Betsy Wilson, Mary C. Ware, Carolyn Jackson, Wren Dawson. Left to right, first row: Terry Kinch- lowe, Nancy Ussery, Sue Smola, Jackie Harper, Carolyn Jackson. Second row: Lois Robinson, Betsy Wilson, Marion- ette Parker, Susan Shirk, Wren Daw- son, Sue Smola. Left to right, first row: Leora Law- rence, Sherry Burgan, Millie Kaiser, Fran Stewart, Cynthia Morgan, Nancy Hall, Mary Cross Brittle. Second row: Carol Hinricks. Cay Garrett, lenny Neeley, Mary Dutrow, Mary Catherine Ware, Kendall East, Andie Baylor, Carol Gilbert, Mary Ann Biggs. .sikfiifsgs ,,,WL , ,gamma f? iff U- 1sl fu-.f A ,,,fJjwt f M4 Ml 235 VARSITY. Kneeling, left to right: Frances Mayer, Marionette Parker, Joan Miller, Pat Kursch. Standing: Sara Ruschhaupt, Rachael Norman, Miss Chapman, Pat Edgerton, Mary Ellen Kyle. The 1964 basketball team had a quite successful season. The Westhampton team posted a record of ten wins and five losses, with the first team losing only two of its games and the second team contributing four wins to the record. With Miss Chapman coaching, Frances Mayer and Sara Ruschhaupt as captains and Mary Catherine Wa1'e as manager, the team was comprised of many experienced and enthusiastic players. Those that served on the team were: FIRST TEAM LETTERS: Pat Edgerton, Pat Kursch, Mary Ellen Kyle, Frances Mayer, Marionette Parker, Sara Ruschhaupt, Rachel Norman. SECOND TEAM LETTERS: Mary Ann Biggs, Sharon Cardwell, ,loan Miller, Carolyn Owen, ,loan Schools, Mary Catherine Wa1'e, Dotte Williams, Janet Wooden. SUBSTITUTES: Fran Guynn, Susanne Ivey, Jenny Neely, Kris Sponsler, Betsy Wilson. Team Co-captains, Frances Mayer and Sara Ruschhaupt and Coach Miss 236 Chapman. SECOND TEAM. Kneeling, left to right: Betsy Wilson, ,loan Schools, Mary Catherine Ware, Mary Ann Biggs, Carolyn Owens. Stnmling: Kris Sponsler, Cenny Neely, Suzanne Ivey, Fran Cuynn, Dotte Williams, Janet Wooden. Left to right, first row: Bonnie Ray, Chris Sponsler, Carolyn Parks, Janet Wooden, Sandra Fairfield, Suzanne Ivey, Nancy Ussery. Second row: Mary Smith, Jackie Harper, Wren Dawson, Joan Schools, Joan Odland, Sharon Cardwell, Mary Ann Lippincott, Martha Wholey, Brownie Sales, Betsy Wilson. Left to right, first row: Mary Dutrow, Millie Kaiser, Beth Booker, Linda Fridley, Mary Cross Brittle, Nancy Hall. Second row: Jenny Neeley, Cay Garrett, Leora Lawrence, Tuck Hilley, Dotte Williams, Gloria Harris. Third row: Carol I-Iinricks, Mary Catherine Ware, Mary Ann Biggs, Sandra Crow- der, Carole Bateman, Ann Hardwick. at i in .1- q, ,,,-WJ'-f.. .- 2, -., -' M' , H -- .9-5, :Cp I 11 N Q - I .J , .1 .NE ge i - : 1- I 5 T- 21:11 1 X -4 . ,ii i. ,V .,,. A L -I ,A.,4b , ,A.,. I , -P -4 - . V2 - - Y. , :',....2 .. - fi EP ,AM W1 3 li wfgy 237 1 1 .X 1. an. N. A 9 t will , A 4 r V ,i Ei I xl! V,, m. , ., 1 'Q -1 at 5, is -,' a 'T ' g ,Ig - i I ' f ":: W : J '77' is ' ,,a,,, Mwst - TENNIS TEAM. Left to right, first row: Mary Ellen Kyle, Cheryl Kerr, Carole Bateman, Dotte Williams, Sara Ruschhaupt, Dottie Jacolmer. Second row: Miss Oosthoek, Kris Sponsler, Marionette Parker, Diamxe Byers, Susan Martin, Ann Gay Widmer. TE Coach and Captain: Marionette.Parker and Miss Oosthoek. iv- 9' -3 M 9 K tv if-' I 'isa A . 2 -gzrbzlfsc t vm Y" rr-::::v-.v r an 1, -L gi .. xxytxxiit i . l n 43,55 M zzsiat , Milllllifty l i . sjqfg' I, 1F"'h,1,.:' ' -tin 1 , A - ...QQ r. N v, fr -,-jk t 5 Z ' is e' .- X it ' 'M 4' 'L f ,, ' X '- ' N t efx c , fx -':'2f-C-'rfs M xfza-ei-, e With a rather unimpressive record from last year, the Westhampton College Tennis Team re- news its efforts this year under the encouragement of its coach, Nell Oosthoek. Games are scheduled with Richmond Professional Institute, Mary Wash- ington, William and Mary, and St. Catherine's, and hopefully with Longwood and Sweet Briar. Singles are played by Marionette Parker, Dotty Jacoher, and Susan Marting doubles by Dotte Wil- liams and Sara Ruschhaupt, Mary Ellen Kyle and Anne Cay Widmer. The team manager is Diane Byers. LACROSSE. Left to right, first row: Mimi Edge, Judy Eastman, Jenny Neeley, Nancy Cox, Pat Edgerton, Frances Mayer, Joan Schools, Sandy Fairfield. Second row: Nancy Ussery, Linda Ventura, Boots Wilborn, Mary Ann Biggs, Betsy Wilson, Pat Kursch, Mary Catherine Ware. l ' i , a A , W l uw ,, The Westhampton Lacrosse Team looks forward to a successful season. The lacrosse schedule con- sists of a game on April 21 with William and Mary and a game on April 24 with Sweet Briar College. The team will conclude its season by competing in the Virginia Women's Lacrosse Association Tourna- ment at Hollins College on May 9. f Q? i 239 SUCCESS There are no secrets of success. Success is doing the things you know you should do. Success is not doing the things you know you should not do. 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WESTHAMPTQN COLLEGE SELINA HUNT ABEL BA., English Arlington Virginia lVho's Whog South Court Residence Coun- cilg Second Vice-President of College Governmentg Sophomore Class Presidentg Glee Clubg University Choirg Young Re- publican Clubg Synchronized Swimmingg May Court. LINDA J EANNE ARMSTRONG BA., Psychology Baltimore, Maryland Rat Councilg WEB Staig Wesley Founda- tion, Psychology Club. ELIZABETH ENGLE ASKEW B.A., Economics Richmond, Virginia Dean's List. MARY JEAN ATKINS B.A., History Windsor, Virginia Phi Alpha Thetag Music Club-Secretary, Treasurer, and Social Chairmang Dean's Listg Band, YWCAQ YWAQ Westminster Fellowship-Vice Moderator. EMILY SUE AYERS B.A., Sociology Rocky Mount, Virginia Secretary of Senior Classg BSU-Social Chairmang Orientation Counselor. PATRICIA GAYLE BANKES BA., History Radnor, Pennsylvania North Court Residence Council-Junior House Leaderg Historian of Freshman Classg Varsity Hockey, Lacrosseg Business Manager of Glee Clubg May Court. 242 J 0 ANNE BARCO B.A., Psychology Virginia Beach, Virginia SEAQ Psychology Cluhg Art Club. JUDY NOEL BARNHART B.A., Psychology and Sociology Covington, Virginia Dean's Listg Hall Presidentg South Court Residence Councilg Orientation Counselorg Wesley Foundationg May Court, Maid of Honor. CAROL VAUCHAN BATEMAN B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia Junior Varsity Tennis, Varsity Tennisg Intramurals-Volleyball, Basketballg BSUQ Young Republicans. ANNE ALEXANDER BAYLOR B.A., Spanish Staunton, Virginia YEA, Westminster Fellowshipg Spanish ll . HEDY RHODA BERNARD B.A., Sociology Oradell, New Jersey Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Hillel- Secretaryg Young Dernocrats-Vice-Presi- dent in Charge of Westhamptong Senior Orchesisg Phi Beta Kappa. EMMA JANE BIBB B.A., Psychology Roanoke, Virginia - Rat Councilg Junior Ring Dance Commit- teeg YWCAQ AAQ Psychology Clubg SEAg University Cheerleader. MARIAN F. BINDER BA., Economics Richmond, Virginia Dean's Listg Pi Mu Epsilon, Hillel. RACHEL JEAN BISCOE B.A., Mathematics Alexandria, Virginia NANCY ELLEN BLAKE B.A., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia ANNE CARTER BLITCH BA., Political Science Springfield, Virginia Young Democratsg Orientation Counselor. SUZANNE BALDWIN BORUM BA., Psychology West Point, Virginia Varsity Cheerleaderg Intramural Tennisg Glee Club, Reporter of AAg Psychology Club. SUZANNE RUFFIN BOWLES B.A., Psychology Richmond, Virginia CAROLE ELIZABETH BRADLEY B.S., Music Education Richmond, Virginia Dean's Listg Kappa Delta Pig University Choirg Madrigalsg Music Club. LINDA VINCENT BRADLEY BA., English Emporia, Virginia WEB Staiig BSUQ YWCAg SEA-aSecretary- Treasurerg Kale Techneg Psychology Club. MARY CROSS BRITTLE B.A., Sociology Suffolk, Virginia Dean's Listg Westhampton Glee Clubg University Choir, Religious Activities Councilg Religious Emphasis Week-Sec- retaryg YWCA-Treasurer. BONNIE LOVELLEN BROOKS B.A., English Baltimore, Maryland Dean's Listg Intermediate Honorsg Junior Class Devotional Chainnang Glee Club- Treasurer, BSU-Mission Chairmang BSU Choir-Secretaryg YWA-Missions Chair- mang Religious Activities Council-West hampton Chairman for Religious Empha- sis Week. ALMA CHESSER BROWNE B.A., Psychology Franklin, Virginia Co-Editor of Psi Chig Psychology Club. SARA JANE BUCK B.A., Psychology Powhatan, Virginia Hall Presidentg Intramural Tennisg YWCA-Publicity Committee, Orientation Counselorg Psychology Clubg Dean's List. CAROLYN LEE BURGESS B.A., Sociology Fredericksburg, Virginia Class Cheerleader. CONSTANCE JANE BURKE B.S., Music Education Waverly, Virginia Music Club-Vice Presidentg Clee Clubg University Choir. BETSY BOWLES BURTON B.A., Music History Richmond, Virginia Music Club: University Choir-Accon1pa- nist: Dean's List. ALICE RUTH CARTER B.A., Sociology Richmond, Virginia Intramural Hockey: BSU: Young Repub- licans: Spanish Club. ELMA GLEN CHASTAIN BA., French Greensboro, North Carolina Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: .lunior Year Abroad: PlIi Beta Kappa. ELIZABETH ROBERTS CHEYNEY B.S., Music Education Arlington, Virginia Mortar Board-Secretary: Whois Who: Song Leader of Class: Westhampton Glee Club : University Choir: Madrigals Choir: Religious Activities Council: BSU, Choir Director: YWCA Cabinet: Orienta- tion Counselor. ELLEN LOUISE CLUTE B.A., Political Science Margarita, Canal Zone WEB Staff: Intramural Basketball: Can- terbury Club-Religious Activities Coun- cil Representative: YWCA-Publicity CO- Chairman: Art Club. LISA CRANE COLEMAN BA., History Charlottesville, Virginia Glee Club-Librarian, Business Manager: Canterbury Club: El Picaro: Rat Council. MADELINE SCOTT CRENSHAW B.A., Mathematics Charlottesville, Virginia Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: Pi Mu Epsilon: Phi Beta Kappa. ,Io ANNE CROPPER BA., History Richmond, Virginia Dean's List: Homecoming Representative for Phi Gamma Delta: Pieridesg Orien- tation Counselor: Treasurer of Sophomore Class: WEB Staff: Chi Rho-President: World Outreach Committee: Summer School Abroad. MARY KAY CROSS B.A., English Portsmouth, Virginia Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: Kappa Delta Pi-Vice-President and Secretary: Social Chairman-Junior Class: Varsity Hockey. SANDRA MARIE CROWDER B .S., Mathematics Dinwiddie, Virginia Pi Mu Epsilon: Intramurals-Basketball and Tennis: Glee Club: Westhampton Cheerleader. PATRICIA HOWARD DABNEY BA., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Hall President: Westhampton Glee Club- President and Vice-President: Wesley Foundation: .lunior Orchesis and Senior Orchesis: Orientation Counselor. BEVERLY LORMINE DAVIS B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: Pi Sigma Alpha-President: Mortar Board- Historian: Town Student Vice-President: Honor Council: Town Council: Spanish Club: Ring Dance Co-Chairman: Greek Week Court: Town Student Social Chair- man: May Court: Phi Beta Kappa: SEA. DIANA LEIGH DAVIS B.S., Biology Richmond, Virginia Dean's List: Beta Beta Beta-Historian: Vice-President of Senior Class: Press Club -Secretary: Orientation Counselor. ALICE LORAINE DECAMPS BA., Economics Richmond, Virginia Dean's List: Herman P. Thomas Society- Secretary: Intramural Basketball. KENDAL KNIGHT EAST B.A., Political Science Melia, Virginia Residence Council of North Court: Fresh- man Class Representative to Athletic As- sociation: Intramurals-Basketball: Vice- President of Athletic Association: Orien- tation Counselor: May Court. ALICE ELIZABETH EDWARDS B .A., Mathematics Camden, South Carolina Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: Mortar Board: Pi Mu Epsilon Chapter-Editor, Treasurer: Board of Publications: College Council: Class Historian: Collegian-Re porter, Managing Editor, News Editor: Orchesis. BRENDA MARCHIA FALLS BA., Psychology Richmond, Virginia Varsity Hockey: University Choir: BSU. ELSA QUEEN FALLS B.A., Biology Richmond, Virginia Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: Beta Beta Beta-Treasurer: Kappa Delta Pi: College Government Treasurer: Hall Pres- ident: Senior Class Treasurer: Canter- bury Club-Secretary: SEA-Vice-Presi- dent: Spanish Club-Representative: Phi Beta Kappa. SUSAN DANIEL FITCHETT BA., Psychology Danville, Virginia YWCA: YWA: Orientation Counselor: Co-Chairman for May Day Dance. SUSIE GRAY FLEMING B.A., Psychology Clintwood, Virginia Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: BSU: Psychology Club. HELEN RUTH FLYNN B.S., Mathematics Danville, Virginia Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: Pi Mu Epsilon-Secretary: Gamma Sigma Epsi- lon: Art Club: Orientation Counselor: Phi Beta Kappa. LINDA SELDEN FRIDLEY B.A., Sociology Covington, Virginia Dean's List: Varsity Hockey: Glee Club: University Choir: Wesley Foundation- Vice-President: Fourteen: Athletic Asso- ciation-Intramural Coordinator. SANDRA GAY FRITH BA., Sociology Rocky Mount, Virginia North Court Assistant Fire Warden: BSU -Revival Team Co-Chairman: Mission Co-Chairman. CAROL AVONNE GABELER B.A., fournalism Richmond, Virginia FRANCES ANNE GARLOCK B.A., Political Science Alexandria, Virginia University Cheerleader: Hall President. JEAN MELBA GARRISON BA., Psychology Norfolk, Virginia Psi Chi: Psychology Club: SEA. CAROL ANNE GILBERT B.S., Music Education Norfolk, Virginia Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: Kappa Delta Pi: Junior Class Song Leader: Uni- versity Choir: Girls' Glee Club-Librarian: Music Club-President: BSU Choir: BSU -Secretary, Publicity Chairman: Orienta- tion Counselorg SEA: Hall President. C. WALKER GLENN B.S., Mathematics Farrnville, Virginia Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: Mortar Board: Pi Mu Epsilon: Sigma Pi Sigma: Whois Who: Orientation Co-Chairman: Junior Class President: Varsity Basketball: Glee Club: University Choir, Fourteens: May Court. CAROL ANNE GOOD B.S., Mathematics Jarratt, Virginia Deanis List: Intermediate Honors: Gamma Sigma Epislon: Pi Mu Epsilon: Class Representative of AA: Varsity Lacrosse: Intramural Basketball: AA. MARY ALICE GRIFFITH BA., Mathematics Winchester, Virginia Orientation Counselor: WEB-Chairman Editorial Staff: BSU. BRENDA COUNCIL GRIFFITHS B.S., Biology Richmond, Virginia Beta Beta Beta. NANCY GAY HALL BA., History Windsor, Virginia Spanish Club-Treasurer: Hockey: Intra- murals-Tennis and Hockey: Westhampton Glee Club: University Choir: Religious Emphasis Week-Co-Chairman of Ar- rangements Committee. 243 SHIRLEY VIRGINIA HANBURY B.A., Bible and Religion Portsmouth, Virginia Senior Class Cheerleader, NEA, YWCA, Synchronized Swimming Club, Young Democrats Club. CAROLE J O HANSON BA., Psychology Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania Hall President, Fire Warden, BSU, Ori- entation Counselor, Psychology Club. ANN MCBIRNEY I-IARDWICK BA., French Tappahannock, Virginia Dean's List, AA Representative, Chairman of Big-Little Sister Relations, WEB Staff- Sports Editor, Varsity Basketball, Intra- mural Basketball, Music Club. GLORIA JEAN HARRIS B .A., Mathematics Hampton, Virginia Pi Mu Epsilon, Residence Council-Se- nior Representative, Junior Class-Treas- urer, Collegian-Religious Editor, Girls' Glee Club, University Choir, Westminster Fellowship, Orientation Counselor. MARTHA LEE HARTMAN B.A., English Onancock, Virginia YWCA, SEA, Young Democrats. JANE FITCHETT HARVEY B.A., Psychology Danville, Virginia Orientation Counselor, YWCA, Psychol- ogy Club, NEA. HELEN HUFF HENDERSON B.A., Sociology Danville, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Senior Class Historian, Junior Class Publicity Chairman, WEB Staff, Wesley Foundation -President, RAC, YWCA Publicity, REW Publicity, Art Club, Psychology Club. SUSAN JOYCE HEPLER B.A., Psychology Winchester, Virginia WEB Staff, Wesley Foundation-Publicity Chairman, YWCA, University Players, Psychology Club. BONNIE MAY HIGGINS B.S., Mathematics Beltsville, Maryland Dean's List, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Beta Kappa. VIRGINIA LEE HILL B.A., English Culpeper, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Mortar Board: Junior House Leader, North Court, Chairman, Lost and Found, Junior Class Secretary, Junior Class Devotions Chairman, 'WEB Staii, Band, Westhamp- ton Glee Club, University Choir, BSU- Summer Missions, Choir, President, Re- ligious Activities Council, YWCA-Pro- gram Vice-President, Chairman of Social Responsibilities Commission, Religious Emphasis Week-Co-Chairman, Seminar Committee. 244 JOAN EILEEN HOCH B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Who's Who, Pi Mu Epsilon, Orientation Co-Chairman, College Coun- cil, Big-Little Sister Committee Chairman, Usher Committee Chairman, Senior Class Project Chairman, Handbook-Business Manager, Chairman of Town Students' May Day Booth, Orientation Counselor, Orientation Evaluation Committee, Chair- man of Town Students' Bulletin Board, Graduation Usher. MARY ELEANOR HODGES B.A., Mathematics and Psychology Roanoke, Virginia Rat Council, Orientation Counselor. JOANNA HOLLAND B.S., Biology Vienna, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Beta Beta Beta-President, Phi Beta Kappa, WEB Staff, Varsity Hockey Team-Intra- murals-Hockey, Canterbury Club-Vice- President, Junior and Senior Orchesis, Treasurer of Senior Orchesis. NANCY SAUNDERS HOLLAND BA., Political Science Newport News, Virginia Who's Who, Pi Sigma Alpha, Secretary of College Government, Recorder of South Court, Executive Council, College Council, First Vice-President of College Government, Chairman of Honor Council, Varsity Hockey, Intramurals-Hockey and Basketball, Wesley Foundation, Psy- chology Club, Young Democrats, Four- teen, May Court, Queen. HARRYET ANN HUBBARD B.A., Psychology Fort Thomas, Kentucky Hall President, Intramural-Swimming, Religious Emphasis Week Seminar Com- mittee, YWCA Theo, SEA, WEB Staff, Psychology Club. CAROLINA BLACKWELL HUDNALL BA., Biology Heathsville, Virginia Dean's List, Beta Beta Beta, WEB Staff -Class Editor. MARY JANE BACON HUF1-'MAN BA., English Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intramural-Basketball, Wes- ley Foundation, Class Cheerleader, NEA. SONDRA MILLER IVEY B .A., Political Science Norfolk, Virginia Young Republicans. GRACE ELAINE JOHNSON B.A. with Honors, History Greenville, South Carolina Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Phi Alpha Theta, Who's Who, Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa, Honor Council, College Government President, Executive Council, College Council, Board of Publications, Class Cheerleader-Head Freshman Cheer- leader, YWCA Cabinet-Second Vice- President, World Relatedness Chairman, Orientation Co-Chairman, WCRC Board, May Court. MILDRED GAYLE JONES BA., Psychology Kenbridge, Virginia Proclamation Night Chairman, BSU, Fourteen, Orientation Counselor, SNEA. DORIS ELIZABETH J OYNER B.A., Psychology Windsor, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Beta Beta Beta, Fourteen, WEB Staff, Colle- gian-Reporter, Westhampton Sports Edi- tor, Messenger Staff, Varsity Hockey and Basketball, Intramurals-Basketball, Vol- leyball, Hockey, Westhampton Glee Club, BSU, YWA-Vice-President, Treasurer, Social Chairman, Psychology Club, YWCA Social Committee, SEA, Publicity Committee for Vespers, REW Program Committee. JOAN SAUNDERS KENNEDY BA., Political Science Richmond, Virginia Westhampton Glee Club, Westminster Fellowship, University Players-Business Manager. SHARON ANN LEITH B.A., English Manassas, Virginia Freshman YWCA Representative, Uni- versity Choir, YWCA-Secretary, Chair- man Of World University Commission, Religious Activities Council-Vesper Chairman. J OANNA PAGE LONGEST BA., Economics King William, Virginia Dean's-List, Herman P. Thomas Econom- ics Society, Junior Varsity Hockey, Span- ish Club. INGRID ANTJE LOOCK BA., Mathematics and German Richmond, Virginia Pi Mu Epsilon, SEA. NANCY WIATT LOUGHRIDGE B.A., Political Science Newport News, Virginia Sophomore College Government Repre- sentative, Varsity Hockey, Intramurals- Hockey, Orientation Counselor. VIRGINIA LOUISE MCCORMICK BA., Political Science Front Royal, Virginia Dean's List, Hall President, Co-Chairman of Decoration for Junior Ring Dance, WEB-Assistant Chief of Editorial Staff, Business Manager, BSU, Secretary of Art Club, SEA, Pi Sigma Alpha. PAULINE KENDRICK MCDOWELL B.A., Speech and Dramatic Arts Brookneal, Virginia Alpha Psi Omega, Intramural Debate, University Cheerleader, Westhampton Cheerleader, Even Team Cheerleader Cap- tain, Junior and Senior Orchesis, Intra- mural Basketball, BSU, University Play- ers-Vice-President, Historian. ELLEN CAROLE MCNAMARA B.A., Psychology Hampton, Virginia May Day Committees, Psychology ll . JULIA ANNE MARTIN B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Intramural Tennis, Swimming Club. BRENDA ANNE MASSAD B.A., English Richmond, Virginia KATHA DIANNE MASSEY BA. with Honors, English Emporia, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Hall Fire Warden, WEB Stali, Collegian Staff, BSU, YWCA, BSU Choir, SEA-Vice-Presi- dent, Young Democrats, Kale Techne. FRANCES ELIZABETH MAYER B.S. Health and Physical Education Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Senior Class Intramural Co- ordinator, Varsity Hockey, Basketball, Lacrosse, Intramurals-Badminton, Vol- leyball, Ping Pong, Tennis, BSU. BILLIE LYNN LASSITER MERCER B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Hall President, Class Cheerleader. FRANCES LATOUR MITCHELL BA., French Lynchburg, Virginia University Cheerleader, Westhampton Col- lege Head Cheerleader. CYNTHIA MAHAN MORGAN B.A., Psychology Silver Spring, Maryland Senior Class College Government Repre- sentative, College Council, BSU-Pub- licity Vice-President, Program Vice-Presi- dent, YWA-Program Chairman, Ori- entation Counselor. CARRIE ELIZABETH MORRIS BA., English Richmond, Virginia Honor Council, Residence Council, Town Council. MARY LOUISE MOSCHLER B.A., Sociology Richmond, Virginia Psychology Club, SEA. BEVERLEY MEADE NEALE BA., History North Augusta, South Carolina Dean'S List, Intermediate Honors, Phi Alpha Theta, University Choir, YWCA Cabinet. GLENDA LOUISE NICHOLAS B.S., Biology Franklin, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Pi Mu Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Delta Pi, Who's Who, Phi Beta Kappa, South Court Residence Council-President, Honor Council, AA Treasurer, Varsity Basketball, Intramural Basketball, Glee Club, SEA. JANE GARLAND NORTON BA., Political Science Deltaville, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Sigma Alpha, Pi Delta Epsilon, Hall President, WEB-Organizations and Honoraries Edi- tor, Editor-in-Chief, U of R Summer School Abroad. CONNIE LEE NUNN B.A., Psychology Clarksville, Virginia Psi Chi, Whois Who, Vice-President of Sophomore Class, President of Senior Class, Intramural Basketball, SEA, May Court. LOUISA DELL PASTORS B.A. with Honors, English Staunton, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Phi Beta Kappa, Glee Club. SUZANNE TILLERY PAXTON BA., English Richmond, Virginia SUSAN EVERARD PEPPER BA., English Cartersville, Virginia Dean's List. MARGARET ELEANOR PERKINS B.S., Mathematics Newark, Delaware Dean'S List, Pi Mu Epsilon-Vice-Presi- dent, Westhampton College Handbook- Editor, Junior Varsity and Varsity Hock- ey, Varsity Basketball, Intramurals- Hockey, Basketball, Glee Club, Canter- bury Club-Vice-President, Homecoming Court, Orientation Counselor, Greek Week Court. ANN KEECH PHAUP B.A., Psychology Richmond, Virginia SEA. J UANITA LOUISE PHILLIPS B.A., History Richmond, Virginia HILDA LUCILLE PHILLIPS BA., Mathematics Newport News, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Pi Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi-Vice-President, Orientation Counselor, SEA. BARBARA IRENE POWELL BA., History Richmond, Virginia BSU. CAROLYN JANE POWELL B.A., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Pi Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Glee Club, University Choir. CHARLOTTE ANN PRINGLE B.A., English Richmond, Virginia Dean'S List, Intermediate Honors, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi-Secretary, College Government Representative of .Iunior Class, Spanish Club, Psychology Club. MARY ALMENTINE RAINEY B.A., Biology Dinwiddie, Virginia Beta Beta Beta, Hall President, Varsity Lacrosse, Junior Varsity Hockey, Intra- murals-Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, Religious Emphasis Week Informal Dis- cussions Committee, Orientation Coun- selor. CAROLYN BROWNING RICHARDSON BA., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Pi Mu Epsilon. JACQUELINE GATES RICHARDSON B.S., Biology Chester, Virginia Dean'S List, Intermediate Honors, Mor- tar Board, Beta Beta Beta-Treasurer, Kappa Delta Pi, Honor Council-Re- corder, North Court Residence Council- Recorder, Freshman Class President, Uni- versity Cheerleader. LINDA CLAYBORN RICHARDSON B.A., Political Science Newport News, Virginia Dean's List: WEB Staff, Collegian Distrib- utor, BSU, YWCA, Young Democrats- Secretary, Kale Techne, Psychology Club. MARY SUSAN ROBINSON B.S., Mathematics Charlottesville, Virginia Pi Mu Epsilon, Band. MARCIA JANE ROIDER BA., Bible and Religion and Psychology Louisville, Kentucky Dean's List, Psi Chi, Glee Club, BSU, President and Vice-President of YWA's. DONNALEE ROWE BA., History Arlington, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Vice- President of Mortar Board, North Court Residence Council-.Iunior House Leader, Band, Glee Club-Accompanist, Chair- man of FOurteen's Committee. SARA ELIZABETH RUSCHHAUPT B.S., Mathematics Wayne, Pennsylvania Varsity-Hockey, Basketball-Captain, La- crosse, Intramurals-Hockey, Tennis, Bas- ketball, Athletic Association-Intramural Coordinator, Hockey Manager. PATRICIA LOUISE RYAN BA., Philosophy Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Sweetheart of Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Psi Omega-President, Town Honor Council, University Players -President, Junior Orchesisg Spanish Club. SANDRA BELCHER RYAN B.S., Chemistry Durham, North Carolina Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Gamma Sigma Epsilon-Keeper of the Captured Meson, Varsity Debating, Glee Club, Westminster Fellowship. 245 JOYCE LILLIE SANFORD B.S., Music Education Dahlgren, Virginia Social Committee of College Government, Sophomore Class Song Leader, Junior Class Vice-President, Music Club, West- hampton Cvlee Club, University Choir, University Madrigal Singers, BSU Music Director, Choir Director, SEA, YWCA- Social Responsibilities Chairman, Orien- tation Counselor. ANNE COOPER SARTORIUS BA., English Baltimore, Maryland Dean's List. JOYCE IVEY SCI-IMIDT BA., Psychology Sandston, Virginia Dean's List, Psychology Club. MARTHA LUCY SCHMIDT B.S., Chemistry Baltimore, Maryland Gamma Sigma Epsilon, BSU. ELIZABETH CHEATHAM SCHOOLS BA., English Midlothian, Virginia Dean's List, Kappa Delta Pi, Glee Club, YWCA, YWA's, SEA-President. NANCY J O SCHREIBEIS B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Newman Club. CAROLYN GAY SHELTON BA., Psychology Danville, Virginia BSU, Psychology Club, Young Republi- cans Club, SEA. PHYLLIS ETHEL SHIELDS B.A., History Chester, Virginia Varsity Hockey, Intramurals-Hockey, Basketball, YWCA, BSU, SEA. FRANCES HOLTZCLAW SHUFORD BA., Psychology Hampton, Virginia Psychology Club, SEA. MARGARET ABBIE SIEGFRIED B.S., Chemistry Glen Allen, Virginia Intermediate Honors, Gamma Sigma Epsi- lon-Secretary, Orientation Counselor, YWCA Publicity Committee, May Day Committee, Greek Week Court. LETTY LEE SLOAN BA., Political Science Arlington, Virginia Deanis List, Intermediate Honors, Pi Sigma AlplIa, Intramurals-Basketball, Volleyball, Westhanipton Glee Club, Uni- versity Choir, Madrigals, Wesley Founda- tion-Project Chairman, Program Chair- man. LYNDLE EATON SMITH B.A., Psychology Richmond, Virginia AA Representative, Varsity, Junior Varsity Hockey, Intramural Hockey, SEA, Psy- chology Club. 246 NANCY REE SMITH B.A., English Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Junior Ring Dance Refreshment Committee Co- Chairman, Collegian-Reporter, West- hampton Handbook Co-Editor, Orientation Counselor. ELAINE ROBERTSON SNYDER B.A., Psychology Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Phi Beta Kappa. JOYCE LOUISE STEVENS RA., English Lynchburg, Virginia Dean's List, Cvlee Club, Music Club, BSU, Art Club, YWCA, SEA, Orienta- tion Counselor. PATRICIA ANN STINSON B.A., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Rat Council, Clee Club. J UDITH ANN STONE B.A., Psychology Richmond, Virginia SEA, Psychology Club. ELIZABETH RANDOLPH TAYLOR BA., Psychology Petersburg, Virginia Hall President, Dormitory Committee, Orientation Counselor, SEA, Class Cheer- leader, Co-Chairman Decorations Commit- tee for Junior Ring Dance, May Court. ELIZABETH TODD UHL BA., Speech and Dramatic Arts Fort Washington, Pennsylvania Dean's List, WC Cultural Coordinator, WCRC Radio Staff, Lacrosse Manager, AA Board Member, Canterbury Club, RAC-Secretary. BRENDA ELLEN WADE BA., Spanish Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Kappa Delta Pi-Historian, Who's Who, Honor Council, Town Council, Town Student President, College Council, Executive Council, Spanish Club-Vice-President, Fourteen, Orientation Counselor, May Court. CAROLYN WILTSHIRE WEBB BA., History Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Mortar Board-President, Phi Alpha Theta, Who's Who, Phi Beta Kappa, President of North Court, Honor Council, College Government Representative, Collegian- Advertising Manager, "Fourteen", Editor of "Fourteen" Booklet. MARY WRIGHT WEBB BA., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Pi Mu Epsilon. NANCYE LEE WEBSTER B.S., Biology Farmville, Virginia Pi Mu Epsilon, Rat Council, Varsity Hockey, Basketball, Intramurals-Hockey, Basketball, SEA, Orientation Counselor. MARY ANN WHEARY B.A., Sociology Crewe, Virginia Westliampton Cheerleader, SEA, Junior Orchesis. KATHERINE ELIZABETH WHITE B.A., Biology Bridgewater, Virginia Whois Who, Junior Class Secretary, In- tramurals-Tennis, Basketball, Hockey, Westminster Fellowship, Religious Activi- ties Council, YWCA-President. JULIA HARRIS WHITLOCK B.A., History and Psychology Richmond, Virginia MARGARET ELIZABETH WHITLOCK B.A., English Cartersville, Virginia Westminster Fellowship, YWCA, Art Club, SEA. ANN GAY WIDMER B.A., History Richmond, Virginia Junior Varsity Tennis, Art Club. VIRGINIA ANN WILEY BA., English Norfolk, Virginia Young Republicans, Chairman of Chapel Ushers. DOROTHY MAE WILLIAMS B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Pi Mu Epsilon, Treasurer of Mortar Board, Who's Who, Town Council, College Coun- cil, Varsity Hockey-Captain, Tennis, Basketball, Intramurals-Hockey, Tennis, Basketball, Orientation Counselor, Hock- ey Manager, Athletic Association-Presb dent. LESLIE JANE YONCE B.A., Psychology Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Psi Chi, Psychology Club Newsletter-Co-Editor, Canterbury Club, Psychology Club-President. CONSTANCE LAWS ZENO B.A., Mathematics Newport News, Virginia May Day Executive Committee-Ballet Representative, North Court Fire Warden, Hall President, Orchesis-President, May Court. JULIA MARGARET ZUCK BA., French Madison, New Jersey Dean's List. ,- RICHMOND COLLEGE HENRY ALPERIN B.S., Chemistry Petersburg, Virginia Phi Sigma Delta, Athletic Chairman, Social Chairman, House of Representatives, In- tramural Soccer, Football, Basketball, Softball, Hillel Foundation. ARTHUR ABNER ANTHONY, III B.A., History Spencer, Virginia Dean's List, Varsity Track, Intramural Football, YMCA, Dormitory Counselor, Varsity Cross-Country. LESLIE MAYO BAKER, JR. BA., English Lovettsville, Virginia Interfraternity Council, Sigma Phi Epsi- lon, Pledge Board, Pledge Master, Secre- tary, Intramural Track, Soccer, Volleyball, Football, lVIen's Glee Club, University Cheerleaders, First Place, 1963 Philologian Society Poetry Contest. ALAN STEPHEN BALABAN BA., Political Science Norfolk, Virginia Phi Sigma Delta, Intramural Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball. JEROME DAVID BECKER B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia Delta Sigma Rho, Tau Kappa Alpha, President, Whois Who, Collegian Report- er, Novice Debate Team, Varsity Debate Team, House of Representatives, Press Club, Young Republicans Club. MAJOR THOMAS BENTON, JR. B.A., English Suffolk, Virginia Dean's List, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secre- tary, Vice-President, Aeropagus, Who's Who, Honor Council, Chairman, Sopho- more Class Vice-President, Senior Class Vice-President, Cross-Country, Intramural Football, Track, Volleyball, Tennis, Soc- cer, Men's Glee Club, Vice-President. STEPHEN DOUGLAS BLOOD B.S., Chemistry Alexandria, Virginia Sigma Phi Epsilon, Chaplain, House and Grounds, Pledge Trainer, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Sergeant-at-Arms, Track, Uni- versity Band, Secretary-Treasurer, Presi- dent, Pep Band. JACKSON MILLER BRUCE BA., Political Science Culpeper, Virginia Sigma Chi, Varsity Football, Intramural Football, Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Vol- leyball. JOHN GUS CAMETAS B.S., Chemistry Christiansburg, Virginia Kappa Sigma, Secretary, Freshman Class Treasurer, WEB Photographer, Intramural Football, Basketball. BOYD DAVID CAVE, JR. B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia Theta Chi, Social Chairman, Treasurer, Intramural Football, Softball. CHARLES BENJAMIN CHANCE, JR. B.A., English Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Aeropagus. GARLAND WESLEY CHILDRESS, JR. B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Wes- ley Foundation. THOMAS FRANKLIN CLAY BA., English Henderson, North Carolina Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Aeropagus, Honor Council, Dormitory Counselor, Phi Beta Kappa. EDWARD SIMON COHEN B. A., Political Science Newport News, Virginia Interfraternity Council, President, Help Week and Homecoming Chairman, Phi Sigma Delta, President, Vice-President, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Sigma Alpha, Who's Who, Student Government Senator, Dormitory Counselor, Dorm Council, President's Advisory Council, Student Center Board of Governors, Sophomore Class Chaplain, Junior Class Vice-Presi- dent, Novice Debate Team, Intracolle- giate Public Speaking Contest, Freshman Track Team, Intramural Hardyball, Bas- ketball, Soitball, Soccer, Volleyball, Bad- minton, Track, Religious Activities Coun- cil, Treasurer, Hillel Foundation, Presi- dent, REW Committee, University Play- ers, Young Democrats, Secretary. CARLOS WADE COLEMAN BA., History Bassett, Virginia Phi Gamma Delta, Freshman Class Sen- ator, Senior Class Treasurer, Collegian Reporter, Varsity Track Co-Captain, Varsity Cross-Country, Intramural Basket- ball, Football, Softball, WCRC, Young Democrats. ROBERT FRANKLIN COLLINS, II BA., English Newport News, Virginia Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Publicity Chairman, Greek Week Chairman, House of Repre- sentatives, Freshman Rifle Team, Varsity Rifle Team, Glee Club, The Collegians. KENNETH EDWARD CROW B.A., English Wilmington, North Carolina Kappa Sigma, Intramural Football. EDWARD OLEN CULLER B .A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia Phi Kappa Sigma. Historian, Social Chair- man, Pi Sigma Alpha, Phi Alpha Theta, Dean's List. PHILIP VALENTINE DAPERON BA., English Bon Air, Virginia Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ALVAH FRANKLIN DARNELL, JR. B.S., Chemistry West Point, Virginia Phi Gamma Delta, Recording Secretary, Intramural Football. JAMES ALEXANDER ' DEANGELIS, JR. B.A., History New Milford, New Jersey Kappa Alpha Order, Honor Council Junior Class, Treasurer, Board of Publications, Intramural Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, Football. 247 EMMETT DOUGLAS DUNNEVANT B.A., Bible and Religion Richmond, Virginia Ministerial Association. ROBERT MURPHY DUNVILLE, JR. BA., Psychology Richmond, Virginia Phi Gamma Delta, Historian, Dean'S List, University Cheerleaders, Co-Head, Intra- mural Volleyball, University Choir, Treas- urer, President, University Players, Inter- mediate Honors. DAVID GWALTNEY EDMONDSON B.S., Chemistry Purcellville, Virginia Dean's List, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Intra- mural Soccer, Bowling. HENRY SNYDER ENCK BA., History Gambier, Ohio Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Alpha Theta, Omicron Delta Kappa, ll7ho's Who, Varsity Bas- ketball, Co-Captain, Intramural Soccer, Softball, Football, Track. ROBERT RYLAND EVERETT B.A., Psychologyy Norfolk, Virginia Dean's List, Phi Delta Theta, Alumni Secretary, Collegian Circulation Manager, Business Manager, Psychology Club. FLOYD THOMAS FALLEN B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia WILLIAM RAY FERGUSON B.A., Sociology Richmond, Virginia Intramural Basketball. DOUGLAS R. FOUGHT BA., History Arlington, Virginia Intramural Football, Baseball, Intramural Official in Football, Soccer, Baseball. JOHN DECKER FRAZER B.S., Chemistry Hamilton, Virginia Deanis List, Interfraternity Council, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice-President, Presi- dent, Rifle Team, Intramural Football, Tennis, Soccer, University Cheerleaders, Business Manager. GEORGE MALLORY FREEMAN, JR. BA., Political Science Richmond, Virginia Lambda Chi Alpha, Collegian Reporter, Messenger Staff, Young Republicans Club, Secretary, French Club, Psychology Club, S-4 Staff ROTC Corps. CLYDE DALE GAMES B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Dean'S List, Pi Mu Epsilon, Intramural Softball, University Of Richmond Sum- mer School Abroad. WILLIAM THOMAS GARNETT, JR. B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia 248 RICHARD LEWIS GARRETSON, JR. BA., History Ambler, Pennsylvania Sigma Phi Epsilon, Intramural Basketball, Baseball, Men'S Glee Club, WCRC. EDWARD MANN GARRETT, JR. B.A., Bible and Religion Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Theta Chi, Student Govern- ment Association, Chaplain, Senate, House of Representatives, Chaplain, Intramural Football, Baseball, Soccer, Ministerial Association, Young Democrats. JAMES ELWOOD GARRETT, JR. BA., English and Speech Fredericksburg, Virginia Sigma Phi Epsilon, Scholarship Chari- man, Alpha Psi Omega, WlIo's Who, University Cheerleaders, University Play- ers, Business Manager, President. KENNETH MICHAEL GEIGER B.S., Education Blackshear, Georgia University Choir. ROBERT MCCLELLAN GEORGE, JR. B.A., Biology Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Lambda Chi Alpha, Beta Beta Beta, Spider Handbook, Art Editor, Student Director, Intramural Bowling. CHARLES LEE GESHEKTER BA., History Baltimore, Maryland Phi Sigma Delta, Athletic Chairman, Pledgemaster, Freshman Cross-Country, Baseball, Intramural Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Tennis, Softball, Track and Field, Hillel Foundation. RONALD MILTON GILMORE B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia Phi Kappa Sigma, Assistant Pledgemaster, Social Chairman. HARRY ALLEN GOLDIN B.A., Sociology Richmond, Virginia Interfraternity Council, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Treasurer, Secretary, Vice-President, Pres- ident, Intramural Volleyball, Basketball, House of Representatives, Hillel Founda- tion, Secretary, Treasurer. MARSHALL PETERSON GORDON, III B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia Phi Gamma Delta, Intramural Football, Basketball. ROBERT COLLINS GORMAN B.S., Biology Mechanicsville, Virginia BOBBY JOE GORMUS B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Phi Delta Theta, Gamma Sigma Epsilon. ALBANY DELMER GRUBB B.S., Physics Richmond, Virginia Phi Kappa Sigma, Secretary? Junior Var- sity Track, Intramural Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Football, Track, Ameri- can Institute of Physics. CHARLES ALTON HARTZ B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia Dean'S List, Newman Club, Young Dem- ocrats. THOMAS ELLIOTT HILL BA., English Easton, Maryland Sigma Phi Epsilon, Athletic Chairman, Comptroller, ll7ho's Who, Speaker of House of Representatives, Dorm Coun- selor, Golf Team, Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball, Tennis, Horseshoes, YMCA President, Student Council Board of Governors, Vice-President, Omicron Delta Kappa. RODNEY LEE HITE B.S., Chemistry Staunton, Virginia Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, House of Representatives, Clerk, Collegian Re- porter. GEORGE EMIL HOFFER B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Pi Mu Epsilon, Pi Sigma Alpha, Freshman and Varsity Basketball Scorer, American In- stitute of Physics. JAMES LARRY HOOVER B.S., Chemistry Roanoke, Virginia Dean's List, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pledge Trainer, Chronicler, House of Representa- tives, Varsity Rifle Team, Intramural Football, Softball, Soccer. RICHARD LANSEY HORTON BA., Bible ancl Religion Clifton Forge, Virginia Freshman, Junior, and Senior Class Chap- lain, Intramural Football, Softball, Volley- ball, University Band, YMCA, BSU, Ministerial Association. KENNETH WILLIAM HUMPHREY BA., English Richmond, Virginia Interfraternity Council, Sigma Phi Epsi- lon, WEB, Art Staff, Messenger, Art Staff, Leadership Conference Chairman, Fresh- man Track, Varsity Track, Intramural Football. EDWARD THOMAS HUTCHESON B.S., Physics Richmond, Virginia American Institute of Physics. JAMES CHARLES J EFFERS BA., Political Science Richmond, Virginia Collegian Cartoonist, Messenger Art Di- rector, Men's Glee Club, Business Direc- tor, Wesley Foundation, Music Club, Art Club, Young Republican's Club, R.C. McDanel Historical Society. JERRY LEWIS JENKINS B.A., Chemistry Ridgeway, Virginia Student Education Association, Young Democrats Club, Library Assistant. JOSEPH JOHN KESSEL B.A., History Wayne, New Jersey Kappa Alpha Order, Who's Who, Fresh- man Football, Co-Captain, Varsity Foot- ball, Tri-Captain, Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, Softball. WALTER BLUFORD KILBY B.S., Chemistry Sperryville, Virginia BSU. WAYNE MONROE KNIGHT BA., English Spotsylvania, Virginia Dean's List, Aeropagus, Secretary-Treas UI'Cl'. WILLIAM PATTESON ASHLEY KNIGHT B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Canterbury Club. JAMES PAYTON LAWLESS BA., English McLean, Virginia Dean'S List, Intermediate Honors, Phi Delta Theta, Historian, President, Aero- pagus, Vice-President, Program Chairman, Collegian Reporter, Phi Beta Kappa. ROBERT LINTON LEARY B.S., Biology Richmond, Virginia Scabbard and Blade, Treasurer, University Band, Debate Team. HOWARD DOUGLAS LEE RA., English Danville, Virginia Intermediate Honors, Interfraternity Coun- cil, Vice-President, Phi Kappa Sigma, President, Treasurer, Party Representa- tive, Whois Who, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Junior Class President, Senior Class President, Junior Varsity Golf, Varsity Golf, Intramural Football, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Softball, Badminton, Basketball. FRANK DOUGLAS LILLASTON, III BA., English Richmond, Virginia Men'S Glee Club, Psychology Club. SHERWIN ELY LITTLE BA., Psychology Richmond, Virginia Psychology Club. RONALD ALAN LIVELY B.S., Biology Richmond, Virginia Freshman Baseball, The Raiders, ROTC Band, University Band. SAMUEL CLINTON MCCORMICK B.A., Bible and Religion Norfolk, Virginia Varsity Track, University Choir, BSU, Ministerial Association. JAMES DAVID MCDONALD B.A., History Richmond, Virginia Sigma Phi Epsilon, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Athletic Chairman, Se- nior Class Senator, Junior Class Secre- tary, Freshman Cross-Country and Track, Varsity Cross-Country and Track, Co- Captain, Intramural Football, Basketball, Track, Softball, Volleyball, Horseshoes, Newman Club, Orientation Committee, Graduation Committee, Political Party Representative, Chairman, All-Campus Party. DANIEL CALDWELL MCFADEN BA., Latin Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Ministerial Association, Chorister, Phi Beta Kappa. STEVE JOHN MACIK B.A., Psychology Canonsburg, Pennsylvania Phi Kappa Sigma, Pledge Master, Foot- ball, Intramural Football, Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball, Soccer. LARRY JACK MARANGOS B.A., French and Spanish Raleigh, North Carolina Dean's List, Kappa Delta Pi, Student Education Association. JOHN NORRIS MARTIN B.S., Mathematics Highland Springs, Virginia MELVIN CRAIG MATTHEWS B.A., Psychology Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Psi Chi, President, Intramural Softball, Football, Soccer, Psychology Club, Vice-President, University Players. ROBERT GERALD MEARS BA., English Chincoteague, Virginia Lambda Chi Alpha, House of Representa- tives, Intramural Football, Track, Soft- ball, Tennis. STUART BOWE MEDLIN B.A., History West Point, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Kappa Alpha Order, Social Chairman, Kappa Delta Pi, President, Phi Alpha Theta, President, Intramural Horseshoes, Uni- versity Choir, Men's Glee Club, Madrigal Singers, Canterbury Club, Philologian Literary Society, R.C. McDanel Historical Society, University Players. EDWIN OURAY MEYER, JR. BA., English Richmond, Virginia Men's Glee Club. BURNETT MILLER BA., Political Science Culpeper, Virginia Interfraternity Council, Sigma Chi, Pledge Trainer, Vice-President, President, Seab- bard and Blade, Junior Varsity Track, Varsity Track, Intramural Football, Soc- cer, Baseball. ALBERT TRAVERSE MITCHELL BA., History Alexandria, Virginia Kappa Alpha Order, President, Athletic Representative, Freshman Football, Varsity Football, Intramural Softball, Volleyball. WESLEY RANDOLPH MONFALCONE B.A., Psychology Newport News, Virginia Dean's List, House of Representatives, Glee Club, Business Manager, Ministerial Association, Publicity Chairman, BSU, Phi Beta Kappa. JOHN ROBERT MOODY B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Ritual, President, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa. JAMES FRANCIS MORANO, JR. B.A., History Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Interfraternity Council, Phi Gamma Delta, President, Junior Varsity Team, Pistol Team, Varsity Riiie Team, Captain, Rifie and Pistol Club, President, Intramural Football, Archery, Soccer, Track, Softball, Young Democrats. DEAN FARRAR MORRIS B.A., History Bremo Bluff, Virginia WILLIAM MASON Moss B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia Freshman Football, Intramural Softball, Football, Basketball, Sigma Chi. JAMES DURWARD NICHOLSON BA., Bible and Religion Orange, Virginia Interfraternity Council, Alpha Kappa Lambda, President, Freshman Class Treasurer, WCRC Staff, AKL Softball, Ministerial Volleyball, Religious Activi- ties Council, Ministerial Association, BSU, Enlistment Chairman, BSU, Vice- President. WILLIAM CLAYTON NOBLES B.A., Political Science Norfolk, Virginia Sigma Phi Epsilon, Guard. RUSSEL KENT ODLAND B.S., Chemistry Arlington, Virginia Lambda Chi Alpha, Ritualist, Intramural Tennis. CRAIG PAUL ORGAN BA., History Sarasota, Florida Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary, Vice- President, Pledge Trainer, Herald, Fra- ernity Basketball, Football, Soccer, Bad- minton, Softball. 249 RALPH ALBERT PALMIERI, JR. B.S., Physics Richmond, Virginia Deanis List, Kappa Sigma, President, Vice-President, Secretary, Rush Chairman, Pi Mu Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade, Vice-President, Intramural Hardyball, Volleyball, American Institute of Physics, Vice-President. LOUIS THOMAS PASTORE B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia Kappa Sigma, House Manager, Secretary, Varsity Rilie Team, Intramural Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Newman Club, American Institute of Physics. ANDREW SEVERANCE PASTORIUS B.A., Political Science Orange, Connecticut Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Cross-Country, Interfraternity Bowling, Intramural Foot- ball, Soccer, Baseball, Tennis. DONALD NEAL PATTEN BA., Political Science Newport News, Virginia Interfratemity Council, Lamba Chi Alpha, Vice-President, Pledge Trainer, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Sigma Alpha, Vice-President, Phi Delta Epsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa, Who's Who, Sophomore Class President, Spider Handbook, Editor, Student Direc- tory, Editor, WEB, Fraternity Editor, As- sociate Editor, Varsity Golf, Intramural Football, Soccer, Golf, Volleyball, Horse- shoes, Religious Activities Council, Stu- dent Party Chairman, YMCA Cabinet, Greek Week, Co-Chairman. ROBERT CARROL PATTON BA., Biology Clinchco, Virginia Dean's List, Lambda Chi Alpha, Beta Beta Beta. GORDON BROWNING PORTER B.A., Bible and Religion Norfolk, Virginia Intramural Softball, Volleyball, BSU, Treasurer, Ministerial Association, Vice- President, Treasurer, Religious Activities Council. STUART LINWOOD PRINCE BA., History Walkerton, Virginia Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball, Tennis, BSU, Ministerial Association. GERALD LINWOOD PURYEAR B.A., Education Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Interfraternity Council, Phi Kappa Sigma, Freshman Class Secretary, Sophomore Representative to House, Junior Class Representative to House, Freshman Cross-Country, Intramural Bas- ketball, Football, Softball, Badminton. WILLIAM FITZGERALD RANSON, JR. B.A., Biology Bremo Bluli, Virginia Phi Gamma Delta, Intramural Football, Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball. 256 RUDOLPH LOUIS RAYMAKER BA., French Richmond, Virginia Dean's List. JOHN J UDE RICE BA., Sociology Colonial Beach, Virginia Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Mili- tary Graduate, Pistol Team, Co-Founder, Captain, Rifle and Pistol Club, President. WARREN WAYNE RIGGAN BA., Political Science Martinsville, Virginia Kappa Alpha Order. HENRY HARTNER RIST, III BA., Bible and Religion Martinsville, Virginia Dean'S List, Men'S Clee Club, BSU, Choir, Ministerial Association, Religious Activities Council, Revival Team. GEORGE JAMES ROCKWELL, JR. B.A., Psychology Chase City, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, BSU, Phi Beta Kappa. CHARLES MEREDITII ROSENBERGER BA., Mathematics Winchester, Virginia Intramural Softball. THEODORE CHARLES ROWE, III B.S., Chemistry Portsmouth, Virginia Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Honor Council, Intramural Football, Track, Badminton, Newman Club. CLARENCE EDWARD ROYSTER B.S., Chemistry Cluster Springs, Virginia Dean's List, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Col- legian Reporter, YMCA. MORRISS ALLEN SAUNDERS BA., Classics Petersburg, Virginia Dean's List, Kappa Sigma. MARVIN DAVID SCIIWARTZ B.S., Physics Richmond, Virginia Phi Sigma Delta, Intramural Football, Basketball, Baseball, Bowling, American Institute of Physics, Treasurer. RUSSELL LEE SCRUGGS B.A., History Cullen, Virginia Dean's List, Men's Glee Club, University Choir, Madrigal Singers, BSU. PHILIP DAVID SEAT BA., Psychology Hampton, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Psi Chi, House of Rep- resentatives, Forensics Council, Junior Varsity Cross-Country, Intramural Bas- ketball, Philologian Society, President, Young Democrats Club, Secretary, Psy- chology Club, R.C. McDanel Historical Society. SILAS SPRATLEY SHELBURNE, JR. BA., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia Kappa Sigma, President, Social Chairman, Intramurals, Intramural Hardyball, Vol- leyball, Baseball, Bowling. GEORGE EARLE SIEGFRIED B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia E-:Ranma Sigma Epsilon, Freshman Foot- il . RUSSELL OLIVER SILER B.A., English Martinsburg, West Virginia Phi Gamma Delta, Rush Chairman, Whois Who, Student Government Association Treasurer, President, Sophomore Class Senator, Intramural Basketball, Football, Horseshoes, Vice-President of Dormitory Counselors. JERRY BARNETT SILVER B.A., Psychology and English Chambersburg, Pennsylvania Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Inter- fraternity Council, Phi Sigma Delta, So- cial Chairman, Vice-President, Aeropagus, House of Representatives, Secretary, Senior Class Representative to Student Government, Intramural Volleyball, Soft- ball, Hillel Foundation, The Collegians Dance Band, Phi Beta Kappa. ALVIN NICHOLAS SMITH, JR. B.S., Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Varsity Track, Varsity Cross-Country. WILLIAM THOMAS SOMMERS B.A., History East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania Varsity Football, Intramural Softball, Basketball. MARTIN WILLIAM SOUDERS, II B.S., Physics and Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Phi Delta Theta, American Institute of Physics. JAMES BRYAN SPELL, JR. BA., Political Science Arlington, Virginia Deanis List, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Student Directory Staff, Intramural Football, Soft- ball. EARL RONALD SPENCE BA., Speech Virginia Beach, Virginia Lamba Chi Alpha, Athletic Chairman, Freshman Class Representative to House, Intramural Softball, Football. VERNON EARL STANLEY, JR. RA., English Emporia, Virginia Dean's List, Aeropagus, Kappa Delta Pi, Intramural Football, Volleyball, Softball, Tennis, Basketball, Student Education Association. MELVYN STIRISS RA., English Edgewater, New Jersey Alpha Epsilon Pi, Vice-President, Colle- gian Reporter, Editorial Associate, Mes- senger Editorial Associateg Intramural Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Hillel Foundation, WCRC, Announcer, Promotion Director, University Players, Press Club. STEPHEN FREDERICK STUTZMAN B.A., Economics Herndon, Virginia University Choir, Religious Activities Council, Philologian Society, R.C. Mc- Danel Historical Society, DOUGLAS WORTHINGTON SWEENEY B.A., Journalism Arlington, Virginia Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Historian, Varsity Track, Intramural Football, Volleyball, Track, Basketball, Softball, Soccer, Horse- shoes, Tennis, Badminton. WILLIAM LLOYD TALIAFERRO BA., Economics Center Cross, Virginia Pi Kappa Alpha, Pledge Trainer, Honor Council, Secretary, Senior Class Secre- tary, Intramural Football, Softball. JOSEPH DESHAZO TATUM B.S., Mathematics Spencer, Virginia Pi Mu Epsilon, President, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Dean's List, Intermediate Hon- ors, Men's Glee Club, Phi Beta Kappa. WARREN FRANCIS TAYLOR, JR. B.A., English Smithfield, Virginia Dean's List, Lambda Chi Alpha, Aero- pagus, President, Varsity Track, Intra- mural Football, Basketball, Track, Men's Glee Club, University Choir, WCRC, University Players. J ACK WADE THOMASSON BA., Sociology Hopewell, Virginia Sigma Phi Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade, ROTC Band. JACK FINLEY THOMPSON, JR. B.S., Chemistry Glen Allen, Virginia Theta Chi, Secretary. WILLIAM ROBERT TOLBERT B.S., Physics and Mathematics Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Phi Delta Theta, Chaplain, Secretary, Pi Mu Epsilon, Vice-Pres-ident, Sigma Pi Sigma, President, University of Richmond Band, Secretary-Treasurer, American Institute of Physics, Secretary-Treasurer, President, Phi Beta Kappa. WILLIAM ORRIN TUNE, JR. BA., Political Science Chatham, Virginia Dean's List, Interfrateriiity Council, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Military Student, House of Representatives, Intramural Football, Softball. ROBERT MANN TURNER B.A., English WaynesbOI'O, Virginia University Choir, BSU, Enlistment Chair- man, Publicity Chairman, YMCA. JOHN MICHAEL VITTONE BA., English Masontown, Pennsylvania Varsity Football. ALLEN JOHN WALL, JR. BA., English Garfield, New Jersey Alpha Epsilon Pi, Intramural Football, Basketball, Baseball, Newman Club, President, Regional Director for Virginia, President's Advisory Council, Religious Activities Council, REW Steering Commit- tee, Dormitory Council, President. JOHN SAMUEL WEAVER B.S., Mathematics Remington, Virginia Pi Mu Epsilon. LESLIE SOUTHGATE WEBB, JR. B.S., Chemistry Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Inter- iraternity Council, Phi Gamma Delta, Recording Secretary, Gamma Sigma Epsi- lon, Collegian Circulation Manager, Busi- ness Manager, Intramural Football, Golf, Rifle, House of Representatives, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa. CARLEN GILBERT WEEDER B.S., Biology Parsippany, New Jersey Phi Kappa Sigma, House of Representa- tives, Varsity Cross-Country, Fraternity Intramurals, Philologian Literary Society, Treasurer. JOHN LEE WELLS B.S., Biology Richmond, Virginia Freshman Baseball, Independent Athlet- ics, Raiders, ROTC Band, University Band. GEORGE ALLEN WHELEss BA., Journalism Chesapeake, Virginia Dean's List, Phi Sigma Delta, Press Club. ROLAND WAYNE WHITE B.A., English and Spanish Richmond, Virginia Tau Kappa Alpha, Novice Debate Team, Varsity Debate Team, Wesley Foundation' Ministerial Association. Q JOHN MARSHALL WHITE-HURST B.A., History Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina Phi Delta Theta, Warden, Collegian Cir- culation Manager, Intramural Football Basketball, Softball, Dorm Counselor. 9 KENNETH MORRIS WILBOURNE B.A., Education Frederick, Maryland Varsity Football. DAVID EUGENE WILLIAMSON B.S., Biology Richmond, Virginia Concert Band, ROTC Band. FREDDIE L. WILT B.A., Sociology Orange, Virginia Phi Gamma Delta, Varsity Football, Varsity Track. DAVID KING WOODROOF B.A., Political Science Richmond, Virginia Intramural Football, Basketball. GEORGE ALFRED WRAY, JR. BA., Hisory Hampton, Virginia Interfraternity Council, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Secretary-Treasurer, Canterbury Club, Student Teacher Association, Dorm Counselor. ARCHER LAFAYETTE YEATTS, III RA., English Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Recorder, Chaplain, Rush Chairman, Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice- President, Aeropagus, Student Govern- ment Association, Secretary, Vice-Presi- dent, Freshman Class President, REW Committee Co-Chairman. 251 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ALVIN CARL ALLEN B.S., Marketing Emporia, Virginia Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Intramural-Foot ball, Basketball, Softball, Bowling. RUSSEL EARLE ALLEN B.S., Marketing Towson, Maryland Lambda Chi Alpha, Alpha Kappa Psi. RALPH DAVID BARNER, II B.S., Industrial Management East Lansing, Michigan Phi Kappa Sigma, Intramurals-Football, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Scabbard and Blade, Society for Advancement of Management. WILLIE JOHN BEHNKEN B.S., Business Economics Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Herman P. Thomas Econom- ics Society. LARRY EUGENE BOPPE B.S., Accounting Winchester, Virginia Scabbard and Blade-Secretary, University Band, ROTC Band. DOUGLAS B. BOWERS B.S., Marketing Bethesda, Maryland Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOSEPH GORDON BOWDEN B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia Herman P. Thomas Economics Society, Senior Advisor, Society for Advancement of Management. 252 JOHN NATHAN BUSEY B.S., Marketing Manassas, Virginia Theta Chi. HARRY LEE CANNON B.S., Marketing Salem, Virginia Lambda Chi Alpha, Intramurals-FOOL ball, Softball, Basketball, Horseshoes, Archery. CHARLES WESLEY CLOE, III B.S., Economics and Accounting Richmond, Virginia Phi Delta Theta, Pi Delta Epsilon, WCRC Sports Director, Collegian Sports Editor, WEB Sports Editor, Varsity Base- ball, Freshman Baseball, Intramurals- Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Varsity Letter Club. WILLIAM HOBERT COLLINS, JR. B.S., Management Vineland, New Jersey Alpha Society, Herman P. Thomas Eco- nomics Society, Westminster Fellowship, Dean's List. A. ARNOLD COTTOM, JR. B.S., Marketing and Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia lnterfraternity Council, Phi Delta Theta- Vice-President, Board of Publications- Business School, Intramurals-Baseball, Volleyball, University Men's Glee Club, Collegian and Messenger Columnist. HENRY WAYNE Cox B.S., Marketing Mechanicsville, Virginia WILLIAM ARTHUR CROXTON, JR. B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia Phi Kappa Sigma, Political Party Rep- resentative, Alpha Kappa Psi, Society for Advancement of Management, Freshman Track Team, Intramurals-Baseball, Foot- ball, Soccer, Track, Methodist Youth Fellowship. EUGENE L. CRUMP B.S., Economics Lynchburg, Virginia Interfraternity Council, Kappa Alpha- Rush Chairman, Intramurals-Football, Soccer, Track. WILLIAM TERRY CUTTS B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia Accounting Society. GALE JACKSON DEACON, JR. B.S., Economics Covington, Virginia Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Society for Ad- vancement Of Management, Freshman Baseball, Varsity Track. LARRY THOMAS DECO B.S., Marketing Avella, Pennsylvania Varsity Football, Intramurals-Basketball, Softball. DWIGHT VEAZIE DEMASTERS B.S., Marketing Waynesboro, Virginia Society for Advancement of Management. JOSEPH MICHAEL DESCH B.S., Marketing Orange, New York Sigma Chi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Society for Advancement of Management, Intramurals -Baseball, Football. DONALD AARON DOUGLAS B.S., Marketing Farnham, Virginia Freshman Basketball and Baseball, Var- sity Baseball, Intramurals-Basketball, Football. DOUGLAS GLENN EDWARDS B.S., Business Management Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Theta Chi-Librarian, Vice- President, President, Whois Who, Sum- mer School Honor Council, Junior Class Senator, Intramurals-Football, Volleyball, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment-President. HANSEL WALLACE EDWARDS B.S., Industrial Management Hampton, Virginia Lambda Chi Alpha, Varsity Golf, Intra- murals-Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Bowling, Baseball. PHILLIP WAYNE FINCH BAS., Accounting Newport News, Virginia Dean's List, Accounting Society-Vice President, Herman P. Thomas Econom- ics Society, Honor Council. MICHAEL DONALD FIRST B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia Phi Delta Theta-Warden, Freshman Football, Intramurals-Basketball, Soft- ball, Soccer. JOHN ALLEN Fox B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Scahbard and Blade, Distin- guished Military Student. GEORGE FREDERICK GREEN, III B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia Theta Chi-Vice-President, Freshman Track, Intramurals-Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Track, Society for Advancement of Management. LOUIS GRAY GUTBERLET B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Accounting Society. JAMES HOWARD HIGGS B.S., Marketing Casanova, Virginia Dean's List, Sigma Chi-Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary, Pledge Trainer, Scholarship Chairman, Historian, House Chairman, IFC Representative, Scahbard and Blade, Alpha Kappa Psi- Vice-President, Society for Advancement of Management, Senior Class Senator, Intramurals-Football, Soccer, Basketball, Bowling, Softball. ROBERT ALAN HOLSTEN B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia Kappa Sigma, Intramurals-lFootball, Bas- ketball, Volleyball, Softball, Accounting Society. WILLIAM JAMES HOWELL B.S., Business Administration Centreville, Virginia Dean's List, Phi Kappa Sigma-Vice- President, Corresponding Secretary, W ho's Who, Junior Class Secretary, Collegian Columnist, Reporter. ROBERT SCOTT J EPSON, JR. B.S., Business Administration Richmond, Virginia Phi Gamma Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa -President, Scahbard and Blade, Who's Wlio, Herman P. Thomas Economics So- ciety-Vice-President, Founder, Honor Council, President of Student Govemment Association, Junior Class President, Col- legian Columnist, Varsity Rifle Team, Glee Club, Alpha Kappa Psi, Society for the Advancement of Management. ALVIN BERNLEY JOHNSON B.S., Marketing Suffolk, Virginia HENRY PAGE JOHNSON, JR. B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia Kappa Sigma-Guard, SAM, Intramurals -Football, Basketball, Baseball. ERBY ALLYNE JOHNSTON, JR. B.S., Finance Farmville, Virginia TERRY KENNEDY KINUM B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia Theta Chi-Pledge Class President, Social Chairman, SAM, Alpha Kappa Psi. CLAXTON WILLIAM LACY B.S., Accounting Bradenton, Florida Herman P. Thomas Economics Society. RUFFIN DAVIS LEE, JR. B.S., Marketing Kenbridge, Virginia Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Dean's List, Intra- mural Debate, Intramurals-Football, Bas- ketball, Volleyball. FRANK ANTHONY LEONARD B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Alpha Society, Herman P. Thomas Economics Society, Senior Class Senator, Religious Emphasis Week Com- mittee. JERRY LEE LINDSEY B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia Glee Club. GLEN BAILEY LUTZ B.S., Personnel Management Winchester, Virginia Pi Kappa Sigma, Forensic Council Repre- sentative, Men'S Glee Club-President, University Choir, Philologian Literary Society-Treasurer, Society for Advance- ment of Management. JAMES L. MCGUFFIN B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia Freshman Baseball, Varsity Baseball. EUGENE ALAN MCNAMEE B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia Phi Gamma Delta, Athletic Representative of Business School Student Government, Freshman Baseball, Varsity Baseball, ln- tramurals-Football, Basketball. SHERMAN ROBERT MALECH B.S., Marketing Englewood, New Jersey Phi Sigma Delta. WYATT SLATER MAPP, JR. B.S., Business Economics Newport News, Virginia Dean's List, Sigma Phi Epsilon-Treas- urer, Scahbard and Blade, Who's Who, Senate, Debate, Forensic Council-Presi- dent, Intramurals-Badminton, Horse- shoes, Glee Club-Vice-President, Board of Governors-Student Center, President's Advisory Council, YWCA-Treasurer, Young Republican'S Club-Treasurer. MICKEY NICHOLAS MARKOS B.S., Accounting Newport News, Virginia Accounting Society. STANLEY WARWICK MARSHALL BAS., Marketing Arlington, Virginia lnterfraternity Council, Kappa Alpha- Treasurer, Alpha Kappa Psi, Society for Advancement of Management, Intramurals -Softball, Soccer. ELIZABETH MCNEIL MATHEWSON BAS., Personnel Management Richmond, Virginia Secretary of Student Government Associ- HLIOII. JAMES RAY MULLEN B.S., Management Richmond, Virginia Sigma Phi Epsilon-Pledge Board, So- ciety for Advancement of Management, Intramurals-Football, Track, Soccer, Concert Band, Westminster Fellowship, Young Republicans Club-Vice President. EDWARD MOORE NEWMAN B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Lambda Chi Alpha-Treas- urer, Intramurals-Football, Baseball, Vol- leyball, Accounting Society-President. BILLY ANDREW NIX B.S., Economics Richmond, Virginia Varsity Football, Assistant Freshman Coach, Intramurals-Basketball, Softball. WILLIAM MOSS NOONAN B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Lambda Chi Alpha-House Chairman, Song Lead- er, Herman P. Thomas Economics So- ciety-Honorary Member Committee, Var- sity Golf, Concert Band, Clarinet Quar- tet, Woodwind Trio, Pep Band. BARI BENJAMIN NOVEY B.S., Personnel Relations Emporia, Virginia Interfraternity Council, Phi Sigma Delta -Pledgemaster, Treasurer, Scahbard and Blade, Intramurals-Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Ritlery, ROTC Battalion Band, Hillel Foundation-Vice President, Religious Activities Council, House of Representatives, Phi Sigma Delta Pledge Award. HORACE FRED PACE, JR. B.S., Management Richmond, Virginia JOHN BERNARD PALOCHAK B.S., Economics Aliquippa, Pennsylvania Dean's List, Phi Kappa Sigma-Pledge Master, Alpha Kappa Psi, Student Gov- ernment Senator of Business School, In- tramurals-Football, Softball. THOMAS JOHN PEACOCK, JR. B.S., Accounting Bradenton, Florida Phi Delta Theta-Treasurer, Freshman Football, Varsity Football, Intramurals- Basketball, Track. 253 HERBERT CURRIE PETERSON B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia Lambda Chi Alphag Accounting Society- Secretary. JOSEPH RIVES PITTS B.S., Economics Richmond, Virginia Society for Advancement of Management. KENDL PRICE PHILBRICK B.S., Marketing Baltimore, Maryland Lambda Chi Alpha-Pledge Trainer, Sec- retaryg Scabbard and Bladeg Alpha Kappa Psig Herman P. Thomas Economics So- cietyg Intramurals-Soccer, Footballg Uni- versity Choirg Menis Glee Clubg Chair- man of Student Government Food Com- mitteeg Dormitory Counselorg Society for Advancement of Management. JAMES CHRISTOPHER PHILLIPS B.S., Marketing Gloucester, Virginia lnterfraternity Councilg Kappa Alpha- Treasurer, Secretaryg Alpha Kappa Psi: Society for Advancement of Management, Secretary of House of Representativesg Spider Handbookg Intramurals-Football, Softball, Soccer, Basketball. PETER WEYMOUTH WILLIAMS POWELL B.S., Management Baltimore, Maryland SAMg Alpha Kappa Psi. JOHN THOMAS REYNOLDS B.S., Industrial Management Charlotte Court House, Virginia Dean's Listg Intermediate Honorsg Alpha Kappa Psi-Treasurerg Phi Theta Kappag Herman P. Thomas Economics Societyg Society for Advancement of Managementg Scholarship Key for Sophomore Classg Senior Class Senatorg Intramurals-Bas ketball, Softballg Methodist Youth Fel- lowship. PAUL GILBERT RICHLIN B.S., Accounting Lynchburg, Virginia Dean's Listg Varsity Basketballg Baseballg Intramurals-Football, Basketball. CAPTAIN ROBERT F. RITCHIE, III, U.S.M.C. fRET,DD B.S., Industrial Management Richmond, Virginia Dean's Listg Sigma Phi Epsilong Alpha Society. DENNIS MICHAEL ROZUM B.S., Economics Garfield, Virginia Sigma Phi Epsilong Senior Class Secre- taryg Intramurals-Football, Soccer, Bas- ketball, Track, Softballg Varsity Football and Track. JOSEPH ADAM SABATINI B.S., Accounting Berwick, Virginia Phi Delta Thetag Freshman Football, Base- ballg Varsity Football, Baseball. 254 LEONARD WALTER SANDRIDGE, JR. B.S., Accounting Crozet, Virginia Dean's Listg Alpha Societyg Herman P. Thomas Economics Society, BSUg Re- ligious Emphasis Week Committee Chair- mang Intermediate Honors. WILLIAM EDWARD SAVAGE B.S., Personnel Management Richmond, Virginia Kappa Alpha--Vice-President, Treasurerg Society for Advancement of Management- Secretaryg Alpha Kappa Psig Circle K International. ROBERT EUGENE SCARBOROUGH B.S., Management Newport News, Virginia Student Directory Staffg WEB Staiig Fresh- man Baseballg Intramurals-Football, Bas- ketball, Trackg Newman Club-Treasurerg Philologian Literary Society-Treasurerg ROTC Drill Teamg Society for Advance- ment of Management. EDWARD LEE SCHNEIDER B.S., Finance Richmond, Virginia Phi Sigma Deltag Whois Who, Honor Council Chairmang Senior Class Senatorg Freshman Baseballg Intramurals-FOOL ball, Softballg Board of Governors of Student Center-Presidentg Omicron Delta Kappa. OLVIN MARTIN SHORTER, III B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia Kappa Sigma-'Grand Procurator, Grand Master of Ceremoniesg Student Govern- ment Treasurerg Junior Class Senatorg Freshman Baseballg Intramurals-Basket ball, Baseball. JOHN EDWARD SMITH, JR. B.S., Industrial Management Chase City, Virginia Society for Advancement of Management. WILLIAM CLEMENT SMITH B.S., Management Ocean City, New Jersey Phi Kappa Sigmag Intramurals-Football, Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball, Soccerg Men's Glee Clubg SAM. PANAYIOTIS STAVREDES B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia Phi Kappa Sigma-Secretaryg Alpha Kappa Psi-Master of Ritualsg Society for Advancement of Managementg Honor Councilg Intramurals-Football, Basketball. WILLIAM J. STRICKLAND B.S., Industrial Management Hopewell, Virginia Dean's List, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Whois Who, Alpha Societyg Herman P. Thomas Economics Society-Treasurerg Honor Council-Secretaryg Junior Class Treas- urerg Senior Class Vice Presidentg Intra- murals-Football, Track, Soccer Cross Countryg Society for Advancement of Management-Vice President. JOHN MICHAEL TELEPO B.S., Accounting Easton, Pennsylvania Sigma Alpha Epsilong Accounting So- ciety: Junior Class Vice-Presidentg Fresh- man Baseball, Trackg Varsity Basketball, Baseballg Youth Fellowshipg YMCA. JAMES LEE THACKER, JR. B.S., Inrlustrial Management Disputanta, Virginia Dean's Listg Kappa Alpha-Secretaryg Intramural Softballg Alpha Kappa Psi- Presidentg Society for Advancement of Managementg Alpha Society. WILLIAM BARHAM THOMAS B.S., Marketing Richmond, Virginia Lambda Chi Alpha-Ritualistg Intramu- rals-Football, Track. CHARLES WINSTON TIBBS B.S., Personnel Management Ricbrnond, Virginia Dean's List. JOHN DAVID TURNER, JR. B.S., Economics Richmond, Virginia Phi Gamma Delta, Senior Class Treasurer, Freshman Baseballg Intramurals-Football, Basketball. FRANK FAHNESTOCK VANDEVORT, III B.S., Marketing Reading, Pennsylvania Sigma Alpha Epsilon-House Chairman: Scabbard and Bladeg Intramurals-Foot- ball, Soccer, Softball, Track. RUSSELL G. WARREN B.S., Economics Richmond, Virginia Senior Class Presidentg Captain, Debate Teamg Tau Kappa Alpha, National Sec- ond Vice-President, State Presidentg Dean'S Listg REW Steering Committee Chairmang Religious Activities Council, Vice-Presidentg Outstanding Cadetg Se- nior Advisorg American Banking Institute Scholarshipg Herman P. Thomas Econom- ics Society, Co-Founder, Presidentg Fo- rensic Councilg YMCA Cabinetg Student Directory Staffg Omicron Delta Kappag lVIlo's Who, Alpha Society. JOHN DICKERSON WIGGS B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia Kappa Alpha-Corresponding Secretary, Intramurals-Baseball, Tennisg Alpha Kappa Psi. ERNEST WINDLE WHITTINGTON B.S., Accounting Richmond, Virginia Accounting Society-Treasurer. GARY REDMOND WRIGHT B.S., Industrial Management Harriman, Tennessee Lambda Chi Alpha-Presidentg Whois Whog Student Government Vice-President of Business Schoolg Intramurals-Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis, Horseshoesg Society for Advancement of Management. BARRY ZELL B.S., Finance Richmond, Virginia Interfraternity Councilg Phi Sigma Deltag Senator at Large of Student Government, Chairman of All Campus Political Partyg Varsity Footballg Hillel Foundationg So- ciety for Advancement of Management. SCHOOL OF LAW PAUL SAUNDERS BARBERY Galax, Virginia B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Burk- hart Mining Society, Delta Theta Phi, Vice Dean, Intramural Football, McNeill Law Society, Virginia State Bar. ROBERT VINCENT BEALE Richmond, Virginia B.S., University of Richmond, First Prize in Nathan Burkan Memorial Competition on Copyright Law, Sigma Chi, Associate Editor, Intramural Basketball, Virginia State Bar. BRUCE AUSTIN BEAM Wilmington, Delaware B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Phi Delta Phi, Interfratemity Council. RONALD JAY BERG Norfolk, Virginia B.A., University of Virginia, Alpha Epsi- lon Pi. ROBERT FRANKLIN BROOKS Richmond, Virginia B.A., University of Richmond, Phi Delta Phi, Law School Honor Court, McNeill Law Society, Chancellor, Circuit Repre- sentative, Contributor to University of Richmond Law Notes, Phi Delta Theta, Historian, Virginia State Bar. CHARLES CHAMPION BOWLES, JR. Goochland, Virginia B.A., University of Richmond, Phi Delta Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. EDWARD HUNTER BRYANT, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.A., Greensboro College, Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Representative, Interfrater- nity Council Committee Clerk. ALLAN SIDNEY BUFFENSTEIN Richmond, Virginia B.A., University of Richmond, Phi Alpha Delta, Moot Court Competition. BOYD FRANKLIN COLLIER Richmond, Virginia B.A., Wake Forest College, Phi Delta Phi, Pi Kappa Alpha, Dormitory Coun- selor, Interfraternity Council, President's Advisory Council, Intramurals. JOHN FRANCIS DAFFRON, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.A., University of Richmond, Phi Delta Phi, Clerk, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Virginia State Bar. THOMAS PASCAL DAVIE, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.A., University of Richmond, Pi Sigma Alpha. JOHN MONTAOUE FOLKES Richmond, Virginia Attended University of Maryland, Rich- mond Professional Institute, Delta Theta Phi, Treasurer, National Moot Court Team, Virginia State Bar. WILLIAM HENRY FULLER Danville, Virginia B.A., Randolph-Macon College, M.A.T., Duke University, Delta Theta Phi, Kappa Alpha. OSUALDO LUIS GIL I-Iumacao, Puerto Rico B.A., University of Puerto Rico, Honor Graduate, Honor Court Justice, Phi Eta Mu, Intramural Volleyball, Captain of Law School Team, Phi Delta Phi. RALPH MARTIN GOLDSTEIN Hampton, Virginia B.A., Duke University, Phi Alpha Delta, Student Council, Honor Court, Interfra- ternity Council, Zeta Beta Tau, Intra- mural Footballg Virginia State Bar. PAUL ROBERT GOODE, JR. Pineville, West Virginia B.A., West Virginia University, Phi Alpha Delta, Intramural Volleyball and Football, Virginia State Bar. STANLEY EARL GRIFFIN Carrsville, Virginia B.A., Hampden-Sydney College, McNeill Law Society, Phi Delta Phi, Virginia State Bar. CHARLES WELTON HAWKS, JR. Churchland, Virginia B.A., Elon College, Delta Theta Phi, Sigma Phi Beta, Virginia State Bar. MARVIN CALDWELL HILLSMAN, J R. Richmond, Virginia B.A., LL.B., University of Richmond, Phi Delta Phi, Interfraternity Council, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Virginia State Bar. GEORGE ROBERT HINNANT Richmond, Virginia Attended University of Virginia, Phi Delta Phi, Recreation Room Chairman, Phi Kappa Psi. ROBERT EDWARD HYMAN Richmond, Virginia B.A., LL.B., University of Richmond, Phi Alpha Delta, Collegian Representative for Law School, Intramural Football, Basket- ball and Volleyball, Interfraternity Coun- cil, Virginia State Bar. LARRY MALLORY JONES Lawrenceville, Virginia B.S., Richmond Professional Institute, Phi Alpha Delta. HARRY M. JOHNSON, JR. Princeton, New Jersey B.A., Dartmouth College, Randolph-Macon College, Delta Theta Phi, Sigma Chi, Intramural Football, Virginia State Bar. R. BANE JONES Clifton Forge, Virginia B.S., Washington and Lee University, Delta Theta Phi, Dean's List, Commerce Fraternity, Interfraternity Council, Phi Kappa Psi, Virginia State Bar. JOHN NICHOLAS LAMPROS Roanoke, Virginia B.S., University of Richmond, Phi Alpha Delta, Virginia State Bar. WILLIAM PARK LEMMOND, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, LL.B., University of Richmond, Delta Theta Phi, President, Pi Delta Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi, Honor Court, Justice, Interfraternity Council, Editor of VPI Yearbook, Delta Kappa Sigma, Member of Winning Team in Intramural Moot Court Competition, Member of National Moot Court Team, Intramurals, Virginia State Bar. 255 ARMAND LESTER LEVY N orfolk, Virginia B.S., University of Pennsylvania, Phi Sig- ma Delta. JOSEPH LUTHER LEWIS Richmond, Virginia B.S., University of Richmond, Delta Theta Phi, McNeill Law Society, Intramural Moot Court. ALBERT JACKSON LILLY, JR. Beaverdam, Virginia B.A., Brown University, Phi Delta Phi, Virginia State Bar. JACK CHAMPE MCCLUNG Summersville, West Virginia B.A., West Virginia University, Phi Alpha Delta, Student Council, Virginia State Bar. OSCAR LELAND MAI-IAN Pittsville, Virginia B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Phi Delta Phi, Arnold Air Society, Agronomy Club, Intramural Basketball, Softball, Football, and Volleyball, Virginia State Bar. ROBERT WAGNER MANN Stuart, Virginia B.A., Carson-Newman College, Phi Delta Phi, Magister fPresidenti, McNeill Law Society, Chief Justice of Honor Court, Student Bar Association, Treasurer, Na- tional Moot Court Team, Interfratemity Council, Contributor to University of Richmond Law Notes, Intramural Basket- ball, Virginia State Bar, Omicron Delta Kappa. MELVIN RAY MANNING Richmond, Virginia LL.B., University of Richmond, Delta Theta Phi, Vice Dean, McNeill Law So- ciety, Pi Sigma Alpha, Interfraternity Council, Moot Court Committee Chair- man, Intramural Moot Court Competition, Justice, University of Richmond, Law Notes, Editor, Assistant Editor, National Moot Court Team, Omicron Delta Kappa, Virginia State Bar. ARTHUR STANLEY MARIS Richmond, Virginia B.S., University of Pennsylvania, Phi Delta Phi, McNeill Law Society, Student Bar Association, Vice President, Univer- sity of Richmond Law Notes, Business Manager. VINCENT JAMES MASTRACCO, JR. Norfolk, Virginia University of Virginia, Phi Delta 1. 256 ALEXANDER ZAHARIAS MATZANIAS Richmond, Virginia B.S., University of Richmond, Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Association, Circuit Representative, Chairman of Student Bar Picnic, Phi Kappa Sigma. JOHN EVANGELO PAPPAS Portsmouth, Virginia B.A., Hampden-Sydney College, Kappa Alpha, Virginia State Bar. VON LEROY PIERSALL Portsmouth, Virginia B.A., LL.B., University of Richmond, Delta Theta Phi, Law School Representa- tive to WEB, Theta Chi, Intramural Foot- ball and Basketball, Virginia State Bar. STEPHEN ANTHONY SCAFIDI Richmond, Virginia B.S., Medical College of Virginia, Kappa Psi. GERALD WILLIAM SKLAR Richmond, Virginia B.S., University of Richmond, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Sigma Delta, Virginia State Bar. WILLIAM ROBERT SMITH Martinsville, Virginia B.S., Richmond Professional Institute, Phi Alpha Delta, Intramural Football, Virginia State Bar. WILLIAM JESSE SWANNER, III Portsmouth, Virginia B.A., Norfolk Division of William and Mary, Delta Theta Phi, Honor Court, Interfraternity Council, Moot Court Com- petition, 'Orientation Committee, Intra- mural Football and Basketball, Virginia State Bar, McNeil Law Society. EDWARD HURDLE ROUNTREE Baltimore, Maryland Delta Theta Phi, McNeill Law Society. JOHN ROBERT STUMP Norton, Virginia B.A., Hampden-Sydney College, Phi Delta Phi, Member of Student Bar Association. EDWARD WILDMAN TAYLOR Richmond, Virginia Attended Richmond College, Phi Delta Phi. LOUIS FRANCIS TREOLE Gariield, New Jersey B.A., Fairleigh-Dickinson University, Phi Alpha Delta. JOSEPH THOMAS WEAVER Victoria, Virginia B.A., Randolph-Macon College, Delta Theta Phi, Kappa Sigma. RANDOLPH TALLEY WEST Richmond, Virginia B.A., University of Richmond, Phi Alpha Delta, Treasurer, President, Interfraternity Council, Intramural Football, Virginia State Bar. WILLIS EUGENE WHITE Portsmouth, Virginia Attended William and Mary, Delta Theta Phi, Intramural Football. JAMES LINWOOD WHITLOCK Farmville, Virginia B.S., LL.B., Washington and Lee Uni- versity, Delta Theta Phi, Phi Kappa Sigma. ERB HARRY WILLIAMS, III Danville, Virginia B.A., University of Richmond, Delta Theta Phi, Tribune, Phi Delta Theta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Circuit Representa- tive, Honor Council, University of Rich- mond Law Notes, Delt Briefs, McNeill Law Society, Virginia State Bar. WILLIAM JOHNSON WILLIAMS Richmond, Virginia B.A., Randolph-Macon College, Delta Theta Phi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Virginia State Bar. FRANCIS LEWIS WYCHE, JR. Petersburg, Virginia B.A., Davidson College, Phi Delta Phi, Virginia State Bar. WILLIAM ANGLE YOUNG, JR. Richmond, Virginia B.A., University of Virginia, Phi Alpha Delta, McNeill Law Society, Jefferson Society, Student Council, President of Student Bar Association, University of Richmond Law Notes, Assistant Editor, Phi Delta Theta, Interfraternity Council, President's Advisory Council, Board of Publications, Radio Board, WCRC, Vir- ginia State Bar, Omicron Delta Kappa. 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