University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA)

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R f But4 fi -1 Y . , ly If you live a long, long time, and bold lmonesty of con- science above honesty? of purseg gr And turn aside wiflmout ostentation to aid flme wealsg M, And treasure ideals more than raw ambitiong 3 And traclc no man to bis undeser0ed burtg And pursue no woman to ber tearsg 6 And love time beauty of noble music and mist-veiled l . mountains and blossoming valleys and great monu- Q mentsi S' If you live a long time and, keeping the faith in all these .' 7' things hour by llour, still see that the sun gilds your l , pafb wiflm real gold and tlzat flwe moon floats in in dream silverg ' 44 . CI-Elem? Remembering fbe purple shadows of tlie lawng fire maj- esty of time colonnacles, and the dream of your youflw, you may say in reverence and flwanlcfulnessz "I have worn the bonors of Honor. I graduated from I Virginia." JAMES HAY. JR., '03 F -e il ij il N. i qv I at lf A i ae-qiwlv E355 6511 rl M -M , . . I, .,,. , 4 y A -T , 2 f-ff 121- N" - , . , I sz lx. I g h? . 2 ,, J Q . l'. iv- I .' 7' I, , , E . nox.sn:nr:n ROTUNDA .,...- 1921 Qlurks ann Qlurls jf X Q I " ' 5 - 'flkuli THE RECTCR OF THE UNIVERSITY JOHN STEWART BRYAN To February 28, 1922 IO!-IN STEWART BRYAN. ........................... .... R ichmond HUGHES DALTON DILLARD ....... Rocky Mount COODRICI-I I-IATTON .................. . . .Portsmouth ALEXANDER FARISI-I ROBERTSON ..... Staunton CYRUS I-IARDING WALKER ............ ............. . ..HeaII'Isville To February 29, 1924 WILLIAM RICHARD DUKE ........................ . . . . Charlottesville FREDERIC WILLIAM SCOTT .... .. ...... Richmond EDGAR LEE GREEVER ........................................ ............. T azewell WALT ER TANSILL OLIVER ...........................,.............. Fairfax Court House TI-IE STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, ex oiicio ........ Richmond TI-IE PRESIDENT OF TI-IE UNIVERSITY, ex oglcio ..................... ...... U niversity TI-IE SECRETARY or' THE VISITORS ELMER IRVING CARRUTHERS TI-IE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEssns. I-IATTON, GREEVER AND THE RECTOR THE FINANCE COMMITTEE MEssIIs. WALKER, SCOTT AND BRYAN THE GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS COMMITTEE MEssRs. HATTON, ROBERTSON AND DILLARD ,4'.,l S ,,,g , 44. nonsmasn MONTICELLO 921 GLtlork5 anti Gut F , l I K A Q' W- I I 5 fb if Ill lllllttnt, swIIIIIII!I'I. A I I EDWIN ANDERSON ALDERMAN, PH. B., D. C. L., LL. D. ..... .... C arfs Hrll President K Eg 'I' I3 K5 Raven: Superintendent of Schools, Goldsboro, N. C., and Assistant Superin- tendent of Education, North Carolina, 1882-92: Professor of History, State Normal College, l892-93: Professor of Education, University of North Carolina, 1893-96g President of the University of North Carolina, I896-l900: President of Tulane University of Louisiana, I900-I904g Doctor of Laws. The University of the South, Tulane University. Johns Hopkins University, Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania: Member of the Southern Education Board, General Education Board: Vice President National Education Association, l903g Member of the Virginia State Geolog- ical Commission, Virginia State Educational Commissiong Council of American Association for International Conciliation: Member of the Board of Visitors of United States Military Academy, West Point, I893: Executive Council of American Civic Alliance: Member of the American and Louisiana Historical Societies: Century Club, New York City, l9I2: Member of American Academy of Social Sciencesg Member of the Council Table of The WorId's Work. I920: Director of Southern Railway: Board of Visitors, United States Naval Acad- emyg Author of "A Brief History of North Carolina," "Life of William Hooper," "Life of J. L. M. Curry," "Obligations and Opportunities of Citizenship," "Southern Idealism," "The Spirit of the South," "SectionaIism and Nationality." "The Growing South," "Virginia: A Tribute," "Can Democracy Be Organized?" and Editor-in-Chief of "Library of Southern Literature." FRANCIS HENRY SMITH, M. A., LL. D., D. C. L. .............. . .West Lawn Emeritus Professor of Natural Philosophy I I3 K: Professor of Natural Philosophy, University of Virginia, 1853-t907g Master of Arts, University of Virginia, IBSI: Doctor of Laws, Hampden-Sidney, Randolph-Macon, Emory and Henry: Author of "A Syllabus on Lectures on Physics," 'iChrist and Science." WILLIAM MYNN THORNTON. B. A., LL. D. ................................. Monroe H1 Professor of Applied Mathematics, Dean of Engineering Department I K XP: KI' It K: A II: E I3 'Pg Raven: Bachelor of Arts, I-Iampden-Sidney College: Doctor of Laws, Hampden-Sidney College: Professor of Greelc, Davidson College, l874-75: Pro- fessor of Applied Mathematics, University of Virginia since I875, Chairman of the Faculty I5 II Qtinrks ann Qlurls '92 of the University of Virginia, I888-965 United States Commissioner to Paris Exposition of I900g Member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Member of The Inter- national Group Jury of Awards on Civil and Military Engineering in the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, I904g Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member of the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education. WILLIAM MINOR LILE, LL. D. .......... ...........,............... .... X E ast Lawn Professor of Law, Dean of the Law Department Is Eg 112 B Kg 'P A 'Pg T, I. L. K. A.: Raven: Bachelor of Laws, University of Virginia, l882g Doctor of Laws, William and Mary, I903g Professor at the University of Virginia since I893g Member of the American Bar Associationg Virginia State Bar Association, Pres- ident of the Virginia State Bar Association, I9I3. WILLIAM HOLDING ECHOLS, B. S., C. E. ......,... ..... E as! Lawn Professor of Malliemntics X 'Da A II: Eli Banana: Bachelor of Science, University of Virginia, and Civil Engineer, University of Virginia, l882g Professor of Engineering and Director of Missouri School of Mines, 1886-9lg Member of American Mathematical Society, American Mathematical Asso- ciationg Adjunct Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Virginia since l906g Author of Various Mathematical Articles, "Differential and Integral Calculus," l902, and "An Introduction to the Theory of Analytic Functions," I902. RICHARD HEATH DABNEY ................. .......................,.., P reston Heights Cocoran Professor of History, Dean of the Graduate Department KP K tlfg A U9 KP B Kg Eli Bananag Raveng Studied in the Universities of Virginia, Munich, Berlin and Heidelberg: Master of Arts, University of Virginia, I88lg Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy, Heidelberg, lS85: Assistant in New York Latin School, l88I-824 Pro- fessor of History, Indiana University, I886-89, Adjunct Professor of History, University of Virginia, l889-95: Associate Professor of History, Un.iversity of Virginia, IS95-97: Professor of History and Economic Science, University of Virginia, I897: Professor of History fonlyl, University of Virginia since l906g Dean of the Graduate Department, University of Virginia since 19062 Member of the American Historical Association, Southern Historical Society, Virginia Historical Society, National Institute of Social Sciencesg Author of "The Causes of the French Revolutionug "Methods of Historical Instruction," in Indiana University Bullelinp "Is History a Science?", in papers of American Historical Association: 'AThe Nine- teenth Century in Europe," an outline slcetch in Progress, issued by the Chicago University Association: "John Randolph, a Sketch", and a number of historical reviews and articles on various subjects. CHARLES ALFRED GRAVES, M. A., B. L., LL. D. ..... ..... V I East Lawn Professor of Law X5 IP A KDQKIP B Kg Master of Arts, Washington and Lee University, I869g Professor of Modern Languages and English, Washington and Lee University, I869-83g Bachelor of Laws, Washington and Lee University, IS73: Professor of Law, Washington and Lee Uni- versity, l873-995 Doctor of Laws, Davidson College, I895: Doctor of Laws, Washington and Lee University, 1911, one of the Founders of the Virginia Lam Register: Author of "A Summary of Personal Property" and of "The Law of Real Propertyu: Author of Papers before the Virginia State Bar Association, t9I4 and I9l5, on "The Forged Letter of General Robert E.. Lee." I92I Clarks ann Qtlurls I3 JOHN STAIGE DAVIS, M. A., M. D. ......... ....... .... P r eston Heights Professor of Practice of Medicine 'It 'Ii 'IQ 'I' li K: Raven: Master of Arts, University of Virginia, ISSB: Doctor of Medicine, University of Virginia, 1889: Member of The American Medical Association, Southern Medical Association, Tri-State Medical Association, Medical Society of Virginia: Member of American College of Physicians: Assistant Secretary American Academy of Medicine, 1903: Louisiana State Medical Society, 1892-93: Anglo-American. Medical Society of Ber- lin, lS9I-92: Professor in the University of Virginia since I894: Author of an article on "Stomatitis," in Tice's Practice of Meclicine. RALEIGH COLSTON MINOR, M. A., B. L. ............ .... I II West Lawn Professor of Law A K N5 'ltr A ftlg 'I' Ii Kg T. I. L. K. A.: Raven: Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia, l887: Master of Arts, University of Virginia, ISSB: Bachelor of Laws, University of Vir- ginia, l890: Professor in the University since l893: Author of an Analysis of "Greenleaf on Evidenceu: "Law of Tax Titlesn: "Conflict of Lawsn: "Minor on Real Propertyn: "Notes on Government and States' Rightsu: "A Republic of Nationsn: and Co-author of "Minor and Wurts on Real Propertyn: Lecturer on "Conflict of Laws," Georgetown Law School, Washington, D. C.: Member of the American Society of International Law, Ameri- can and Virginia Bar Associations. RICHARD HENRY WIIASON, M. A., PH. D. ................. .... P ark Street Professor of Romantic Languages A llg 'Il I3 K5 E A X: Doctor of Philosophy, johns Hopkins University. JAMES MORRIS PAGE, M. A., PH. D., LL. D. .............. ......... U niversity Terrace Professor of Mathematics: Dean of The University K A: A II: 'I' If K: Eli Banana: Raven: Master of Arts, Randolph-Macon, 1885: Doctor of Philosophy, University of Leipsic, l887: Fellow of Johns Hopkins University, IS96, and lecturer on Mathematics at johns Hopkins: Author of a work on "Differential Equations," and of papers on the "Theory of Transformation Groups," which appeared in the American fournal of Malhenialics and in the Annals of Mathematics: Professor of Mathematics since l90l: Chairman of the Faculty, I903-04: Member of the American Mathematical Society: Doctor of Laws, Randolph-Macon College: Member of the State Board of Education of Virginia: Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: Former member of the Senate of the United Chapters of 'I' I3 K: First President of the B of Vir- ginia Chapter of KI' 15 K. MTI-IOMAS FITZ-HUGH, M. A. .................. .. .... IX West Lawn Professor of Latin K .Ng 'I' I3 K: Master of Arts, University of Virginia, ISSZ: Studied Archaeology in Rome and Pompeii, 1890: Student of Classical Philogogy, University of Berlin, i892-93, IS99-l90I: Studied Archaeology in Greece and Asia Minor in l902: Instructor in Bingham School, North Carolina, ISBI-B21 Professor of Latin, Central University of Kentucky, I883-84: First Assistant, Bellevue High School, Bellevue, Virginia, ISS4-89: Professor of Latin, University ,"AI9scnt on Leave. I4 Q10 rks nun Qlurts 1921 of Texas, l889-99: Professor of Latin, University of Virginia since t899g Member of the American Philological Association since l89lg Archzrological Institute of America since l897: Modern Language Association since t896g American Dialect Society since l902: Classical Association of Ctreat Britain since t905g British Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies since I9t l 3 Associate Editor for the South and Southwest of the Cilalerslceve- Lodge Latin Series, 1898-19059 Vice President for Virginia of the Classical Associations, Middle West and South, l909: Member of the Executive Committee of The American Phil- ological Associations, l906-08, President of the Classical Association of Virginia, t9IO-13, Councillor Washington Society Archaeological Institute of America, I9I0-IZ, Councillor Richmond Society, t9I2g Author of "The Philosophy of the Humanitiesng 'AA System of Classical Pedagogyng "The University of Virginia in Texas and the Southwestng "Prolego- mena to the History of the ltalico-Romanic Rythm"'g "Carmen Arvale or the Tonic Laws of Latin Rythm and Speechng "The Sacred Tripudium and the Evolution of Latin Rythmic Art": nltalico-Kellie Accent and Rythmng "The Literary Saturnian, Part l, Livius, Anclron- icusng "The Literary Saturnian, Part II, Nazvius and the Latter Italic Traditionug "Indo- European Rythmug "The Letters of George Longng "The lndoeuropea Superstress and the Evolution of Verseng "The Letters of Thomas Jefferson concerning Philology and the Classicsu: i'The Old-Latin and Old-Irish Monuments of Verse." WILLIAM ALEXANDER LAMBETH, PH. D., M. D. ........... .... C arr's Professor of Hygiene and Materia Meclica Hot Foot: Doctor of Medicine, University of Virginia, I892, Doctor of Philosophy, Univer- sity of Virginia, t90Ig Director of Athletics since l892, Adjunct Professor of Hygiene and Materia Medica, l902-04: Professor since l904g Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds since 19055 Member of the American College Gymnasium Directors' Society, Football Rules Committee: Rules Committee on Track Athletics fNational Collegiate Athletic Associationf: President of the Association of Directors of Physical Education in American Colleges: Author of "The School of Athensng "Geology in the Monticello Areang "Trees and How to Know Themu: njefferson as an Architectng and man.y contributions to the American Sports Publishing Company, Ouling and other periodicals on Subjects of Sports and Physical Educationg Chairman of Athletic Conference of Southern State Universities: President Col- lege Directors' Association: Three times President Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Associa- tion. Hill ALBERT LEFEVRE, A. B., PH. D., LL. D. ................. ,.... U niversity Place Cocaran Professor of Philosophy lx Ag A Hg ll' B Kg T. l. L. K. A.: Raveng Bachelor of Arts, University of Texas, lS94: Johns Hopkins, IS94-95: Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell, l898g University of Berlin, IB99- l900g lnstructor in Philosophy, Cornell, l900-02: Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Cornell, I902-03, Professor of Philosophy, Tulane, l903-053 Assistant Editor of the Philosophical Review, l898-995 Doctor of Laws, South Carolina: Member of American Philosophical Association: Southern Society of Philosophy and Psychology: Author of "The Ethical Sys- tem of Bishop Butlerng "The Relation Between the Ethical Method and Epistemologyng Translator of "Emanuel Kant," by F. Paulson: Faculty Member of Advisory Board of G. A. A.: Pormer President Southern Society of Philosophy and Psychology: Board of Governors Colonnacle Club. 'THOMAS WALKER PAGE, PH. D., LL. D. ............... .... F ry's Spring james Wilson Professor of Economics K Ag 'P B Kg Raven: Master of Arts, Randolph-Macon College, I890g Student in Economics, History and Law, English and German Universities, 1892-96g Doctor of Philosophy, Leip- '5Absent on Leave. 1921 Qllurks ann Qlurls I5 sic. l896g Lecturer, Randolph-Macon College and University of Chicago, IS97-98: Professor of Economic History, University of California, 1898-I90lg Professor of Economics and Political Science, University of Texas, l90I-035 Dean of the College of Commerce, Univer- sity of California, l903-06: Contributor to various popular and technical journals of lndustry and Commerceg Author of Monographs and Papers in various fields of investigation: Leipsic Monograph, "Die Unnmnrllung der Frohndiensle in Geldrentonng Member U. S. Tariff Board, l9I I-IZ: Virginia Tax Commission, l9l4: U. S. Tariff Commission, l9I8--g Chairman U. S. Tariff Commission, l9--. WILLIAM DOUGLAS MACON, M. D. ............... .... E. ast Market Street Professor of Obstetrics K A: Bachelor of Arts, Randolph-Macon College, l899g Doctor of Medicine, University of Virginia, l897g on Hospital Staff New York City, I897-99g engaged in the practice of Medicine in the City of Charlottesville, Virginia, since 18999 recently Clinical Instructor of Anaesthesia and Practice of Medicine, University of Virginia. THEODORE. HOUGH, A. B., PH. D... ..................................... McCormick Road Professor of Physiology and Dean of lhe Medical School B G llg 'I' B TT: 'I' B Kg A Q Ag Raven: Bachelor of Arts, Johns Hopkins, l886g Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins, I893g Member of the American Physiological Societyg Assist- ant Professor of Biology, Massachusetts lnslitute of Technology, l895-l903: Professor of Biology and Director of the School of Science, Simmons College, Boston, l903-075 Professor of Physiology, University of Virginia since l907g Dean since l9I6g Member of American Society of Naturalistsg American Medical Association: Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Scienceg Vice President and Chairman of Section K of American Association for the Advancement of Science, I9t3. STEPHEN HURT WATTS, M. A., M. D. ............. ...... .... U n iversity Place Professor of Surgery and Cynecology 22 Kg N I N3 III B Kg A S? Ag T. I. L. K. A.: "Zn: Master of Arts, Randolph-Macon Col- lege, l896g Student in Chemistry in University of Virginia, IB96-97g Doctor of Medicine, johns Hopkins University, I9Olg Resident House Officer, Assistant Resident and Resident Surgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital, l9Ol-07: Professor at University of Virginia since l907, Member of Virginia State Medical Societyg American Medical Associations Tri-State Med- ical Society: The Southern Surgical Societyg Fellow of the American College of Surgeonsg Fellow of The American Surgical Association, Member of the Societe Internationale de Chirugieg Author of various papers on surgical subjectsg Surgeon-in-Chief, University of Virginia Hospital. THOMAS LEONARD WATSON, M. S., PH. D. ........... .... U niversity Place Cocnran Professor of Geology K Eg E E: 'I' B K: A H: Graduate Virginia Polytechnic Institute. l890: Master of Science, University of Virginia, l89l: Fellow in Geology, Cornell University: Doctor of Philosophy, IB97: Member of Cornell Party of Geologists in the Sixth Peary Arctic Expedition to North Greenland, l896: Private Research Worker on Rock Decay, United States National Museum, 1897-98: Assistant Geologist, State Geological Surveys of Indiana, Georgia and North Carolina: Special Field Assistant, United States Geological Survey, l903-08: Pro- fessor of Geology, Denison University, I90l-I4g Professor of Geology, Virginia Polytechnic I6 QIUIZIIS EIIID QIUIZIS 192' lnstitute, l904-07, State Geologist and Director of Virginia Geological Survey, Fellow Ceo- logical Society of America, Member of Geological Society of Washington, American lnsti- tute of Mining Engineers, Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member Seismological Society of America, Washington Academy of Sciences, Committee of One Hundred on Scientific Research, Executive Committee, National Conservation Congress, Associate Member War Minerals Committee, Member Subcommittee National Research Council on Materials for Rapid Highway and Railroad Construction, etc., Author of numer- ous published papers and books on geological subjects. ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD, B. A., B. S., PH. D.. . . .... University Place Professor of Chemistry 11 K Ag A Hg E Eg Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Hampden-Sidney College, Doc- tor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member and Councillor of the American Chemical Society, Mem- ber of the Society for the promotion of Engineering Education, Chemical Specialist to Com- mittee on Education, General Staff, War Department. HALSTEAD SHIPMAN I-IEDGES, B. S., M. A., M. D. ....... ..... P ark Street Professor of Diseases of the Eye 'I' A 9, 'I' B K, II M, N E N, T. l. l... K. A., Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts, University of Virginia, 1890, Assistant Professor in Biological Laboratory, University of Virginia, l89O-91, Doctor of Medicine, University of Virginia, I892, lnterne, New York City Hospital, t892-93, Demonstrator of Anatomy, University of Virginia, l893-95, Resi- dent Physician at Memorial Hospital, Orange, New Jersey, IS95-96, Demonstrator of Anat- omy, University of Virginia, IB96-97, Clinical lnstructor, University of Virginia, 1898-1906, Member of Charlottesville Medical, Piedmont lVledical, Virginia State Medical, American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Societies, Fellow American College of Surgeons. HARRY TAYLOR MARSHALL, B. A., M. D. ....................... ..... P reston Heights Walter React Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology A A 'Pg 'I' B K, Doctor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, Member of The County, State and American Medical Associations, Council of the American Assocation of Patholo- gists and Bacteriologists, Virginia State Board of Health. ROBERT FRENCH COMPTON, M. D. ..............,.............. .... F ry's Spring Professor of Diseases of the Ear, Nose anal Throat H M, Former House Surgeon, Rochester City Hospital, Former House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Department, University of Virginia Hospital and Dispensary, Member of Albemarle Medical Association, Charlottesville, Virginia, Philosophical Society, University of Virginia, Piedmont Medical Society, Virginia State Medical Society, American Medical Association, Fellow American College of Surgeons, Southern Railway Surgeons' Association, Attending Specialist, U. S. P. H. S. I9-2' QllUtk5 HUD QIIIIIIS I7 WILLIAM MENTZEL FORREST, B. A. ........,........................... Preston Heights john B. Cary Memorial Professor of Biblical History and Literature 'I' li K: Special Student, College of the Bible, Transylvania University, I888-91: Bachelor of Arts, Hiram College, IB94: Graduate Student, Divinity School, University of Chicago, l900: Lecturer on Biblical Literature, Ann Harbor, English, Bible Chairs, t897-995 Lecturer for the Calcutta Bible Lectureship, India, l90l-03: Editor of Biblical Department, "Young Meri of lmlia," i902-03: Lecturer, john B. Cary Lectureship, University of Virginia, 1903- 06: Member of the Religious Education Association: Member American Association of University Professors: Association Bible Instructors in American Colleges: Committee on Religious Education in American Colleges: Chairman of Committee on Accredited Bible Study in Virginia High Schools: Examiner for Slate Board of Education in High School Bible Courses. 'ARMISTEAD MASON DOBIE, M. A., LL. B. ......... ..... M onroe Hill Professor of Lani fl' I' Ag A II: 'lt A 'IH 9 li N: fl' 'Ii Kg E 9 X3 T. I. I... A.: P. K.: Hot Foot: Raven: "l3" Club: Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia, l90l: Master of Arts, Uni- versity of Virginia, l902: Bachelor of Laws, University of Virginia, l904: Member of St. Louis CMO., Bar, 1904-07g Adjunct Professor of Laws, University of Virginia, l907-09: Professor of Law, University of Virginia since, l909: Author of "Dobie on Bailments and Carriers" and "Dobie's Case Book on Bailments and Carriersn: Captain, U. S. A., attached to G. I-I. in France: Executive Director of the Centennial Endowment Fund of the Uni- versity, l9ZO-ZI. WILLIAM HARRISON FAULKNER, M. A., PH. D... ,..... .... I West Lawn Professor of Germanic Languages Ii 9 Il: A II, 'I' B K: T. I, L. K. A.: Instructor in French and German, University of Vir- ginia, IS94-95: Bachelor of Arts, IS95: Principal of the Houston Academy, Houston, Vir- ginia, I895-97: Master of Arts, lB98: Latin. and Greek Master, Episcopal High School of Virginia, l898-l9Ol: Doctor of Philosophy, University of Virginia, l902: Adjunct Pro- fessor of Teutonic Languages, University of Virginia, t903-08: Associate Professor of Ger- manic Languages, University of Virginia, l90S-IO: Professor of Germanic Languages since I9l0: Member of the Modern Language Association of America: The American Association of University Professors. jOI-IN LLOLD NEWCOMB, B. A., C. E.. ..............,...... ..... W est Range Professor of Civil Engineering II K Ag A Ilg E li llig ll' 'Ii K: T. l. I... K. A.: Raven: Bachelor of Arts, William and Mary College: Civil Engineer, University of Virginia: Board of Govemors Colonnade Club. JAMES CARROLL FLIPPIN, M. D. ........................ ..... U niversity Place Professor of Clinical Medicine K 225 fl! It Kg A Q Ag N E Ng Raven: Doctor of Medicine, l90l: Demonstrator of Medical Biology, University of Virginia, l902-04: Adjunct Professor of Bacteriology, University of Virginia, l905-07: Author of Various papers on Medical Subjects. 'Absent on Leave. I8 QLU HARVEY ERNEST JORDAN, M. A., PH. D. .... ............. ..,.. U n ivcrsity Place Professor of Histology and Embryology KD E K3 flv B Hg A S2 A: fl? B K: Raven: Bachelor of Arts, Lehigh University, l903: Master of Arts, Lehigh University, l904: Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University, l907: Mem- ber of the American Association of Anatomists: The Association of Zoologists fEastern Branchj: Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: Member of the Association of American Naturalists: The American Microscopical Society: Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine: American Genetic Association: Eugenies Research Society: Assistant in Histology and Embryology, Cornell University Medical College, New York City, l904-06: Adjunct Professor of Anatomy, University of Virginia, l907: Associate Professor of Anatomy, l90S-l l: Professor of Histology and Embryology since l9l l: Former Member of the Staff of Embryology at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts: Author of various papers on Cytological and Embryological Subjects, on Eugenics and Human Heredity, and on the problems on the determination and inheritance of sex: Joint Author with Doctor S. Ferguson of a Textbook of Histology: Board of Gov- ernors Colonnacle Club. CHARLES GILMORE MAPHIS ...............,....................... Lynclhall Apartments Director of the Summer School and Dean of the Summer Quarter Graduate, Peabody School for Teachers: President State Board of School Examiners and Inspectors: Secretary Virginia Educational Commission: Director Southern Educational Asso- ciation: President Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States: President of Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools for Virginia: President Vir- ginia State Teachers' Association: Secretary Virginia Association of Colleges: Supervisor Personnel Work in Southeastern Division of S. A. T. C. Units. ROBERT HENNING WEBB, M. A., PH. D. ............ ..... U niversity Place Professor of Creelg Il K A: A U: 'I' B K: Raven: Bachelor of Arts, l90l: Master of Arts, l902, Hampden- Sidney College: Master of Arts, University of Virginia, l904: Doctor of Philosophy, Har- vard University, l909: Member of the American Philological Association: lnstructor of Latin, University of Virginia, l904-06: Instructor in Creek, Harvard University, l909-l2: Professor of Greek University of Virginia since l9I2. SAMUEL ALFRED MITCHELL, M. A., PH. D. ....................... Observatory Mountain Professor of Astronomy anal Director of the Leamler Mccormiclg Observatory B 9 H: A IT: 'P B K: E 5: T B II: Raven: Master of Arts, Queen's College, l894: Doc- tor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1898: Fellow in Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University, i897-98: Research Assistant Yerkes Observatory, University of Chicago, lB98- 99: Tutor in Astronomy, Columbia University, IS99-l906: lnstructor in Astronomy, Colum- bia University, l906-OB: Adjunct Professor of Astronomy, Columbia University, 1908-I3: Research Associate, Yerkes Observatory, University of Chicago Summer Quarters, l907-l2: Assistant Professor of Astrophysics, University of Chicago, l9l2-I3: Astronomer United States Naval Observatory, Eclipse Expeditions to Georgia in l900, to Sumatra in l90t, to Spain in l905, to Oregon in l9l8: Astrophysicist, Smithsonian Institute, l904: Adams Research Fellow: Delegate to Brussels Conference, t9l9: Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society: Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: Honorary Member of the Astronomical Society of Mexico: Member of the American Astronomical Society. tk5tI11D Qlltttl5 '92 1921 Qtlorks ann Earls' 19 CHARLES HANCOCK, B. S. ................ ............... . ...University Place Professor of Meclzariicol Engineering A ll: Z2 lt fltg 'lf B Kg Raven, Graduate, Miller School, t888g Bachelor of Science, Univer- sity of Virginia, l903, Member of the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education, Association of American University Professors, Governor's Board of Mechanical Survey. IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS, A. B., M. S., PI-I. D. .................. .... l I East Lawn Miller Professor of Biology and Agriculture Z 'Vg I Ei, 'lt B 'Kg 0 N Eg Raven, Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science, University of North Carolina, Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1908, Student in Bonn University and Holder of the Smithsonian Table at the Stazione Zoologica at Naples, t908g lnvestigator at the Kaiserliche Anstalt at Helgoland, t908g lnstructor in the Marine Biologi- cal Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, t907, l9l0-l9, Professor of Biology, Ran- dolph-Macon College, l905-06, l907-IZ, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin, I9t2-I3g Professor, University of Missouri, l9l4-I5, Fellow of the American Association for thc Advancement of Science, Member of the Botanical Society of America, Winner of the Walker Prize of the Boston Society of Natural History, Scientific Assistant and lnvesti- gator, U. S. Bureau of Fisheries, l905-06, t909g Author of various Scientific Papers. GEORGE BOARDMAN EAGER, Jn., B. A., LL. B. .... . ......lvy Road Professor of Lam ll' K 'Pg 0 N Eg il' .3 Ill: ll! B Kg 0 K N, "Z", OWL, Raven, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws, University of Virginia, l9l0, Member of the Louisville, Kentucky, Bar, l9l0-ll, President, Class of I9l0, Member of the American Society of International Law, Virginia State Bar Association, Pendennis Club, Louisville, Kentucky, Studied at the University of Wisconsin, Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Virginia, l9ll-I5, Associate Pro- fessor of Law, University of Virginia, l9l5, Professor of Law since l9l6. LLEWELLYN GRIFFITH HOXTON, B. S., M. A., PH. D. .... .... P reston Heights Professor of Physics A K ll, tl' B Kg Raven, Master of Arts and Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia, t900g Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, Member of the American Physical Society, American Association for the Ad f S ' ' T ' ' Engineering Education. vancement o cience, he Society for the Promotion of ROBERT BENNETT BEAN, B. S., M. D. ........,...... ..... P reston Heights Professor of Anatomy 3 5, 'lt X: Bachelor of Science, Virginia. Polytechnic Institute, 1900, Doctor of Medicine, johns Hopkins University, t904, lnstructor at johns Hopkins, l904-05, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor, University of the Philippines, l907-IO, Associate Professor and Pro- fcssor, Tulane University, t9t0-16, Member of American Anatomical Association, Coun- cillor, American Anthropological Association, Corresponding Member of the Anthropological Association of Rome, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, PjastlPresident New Orleans Academy of Science, President of the Anatomical Board of trgmia. 20 Qlurks ann Qlutls 1921 JOHN LEVI MANAHAN, B. S., B. PED., M. A., PH. D. ...................... University Place Professor of Educational Administration anal Dean of the School of Education 'I' B K: Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Pedagogy, Ohio Northern University, l9l2: Master of Arts, Harvard University, l9I4: Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, l9I7: Superintendent of Model School, Ohio Northern University, during summers of l9l3 and l9t4: Assistant in Education Radcliffe College, I9l4-I5: Professor of History and Educa- tion, Miami University, summer of I9I5: State I-Iigh School Inspector and Professor of Edu- cation, Miami University, l9l5-l6: Chief of Education and Vocational Training of Patients at U. S. General Hospitals Nos. I7 and I9: Special Advisor in U. S. General Hospital No. 2I. WALTER SI-IELDON RODMAN, B. S., S. M. ................ .... L yndhall Professor of Electrical Engineering A II: E IB ffl: KID B K: 'P K 'I': Raven: Bachelor of Science, Rhode Island State College, 1904: Master of Science, Rhode Island State College, l907: Master of Science, Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology, I909: Instructor in Physics and Electrical Engineering, Rh d Iland State College, i904-08: Post Graduate Student, Massachusetts Institute of o e s Technology, 1908-IO: Member of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers: The Society ' ' ' ' ' A A ' ' f the Advance- for the Promotion of Engineering Education, The American ssoclation or ment ol Science: The American. Association of Illuminating Engineers: The American Asso- ciation of University Professors. JAMES ALEXANDER WADDELL, B. A., M. D. ......... ..... M onroe I-lill Professor of Pharmacology U M: fl, B K: Raven: Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia, 1901: Instructor in Anatomy, l909-l l: Doctor of Medicine, University of Virginia, I9I I: Member of the American Phar macological Society: American Society for the Advancement of Science: Society of Phat macology and Experimental Therapeutics: Society for the Study of Internal Secretions, Contributions to the Virginia Medical Semi-Monthly, fournal of Anatomy, Archives of Inter- nal Medicine, journal of Physiology, and journal of Pharmacology. WILLIAM ALLISON KEPNER, M. A., PH. D. .......... ..... U niversity Place Professor of Biology X 'Pg A H: fl' B K: Raven: Bachelor of Arts, Franklin and Marshall College, 1898: Master of Arts, t900: Teacher in the Philippines, l90l-03: Student in Gottingen University, l903: Fellow in Biology, Princeton University, i903-04: Instructor in Biology, University of Vir- ' ia 1904 08' Doctor of Philosophy University of Virginia, l90S: Fellow of the Ameri- gln v ' 1 1 can Association for the Advancement of Science: Member of the American Association of College Professors. JOHN CALVIN METCALF, B. A., M. A., LITT. D. .,.............,... .. . .University Place Linden Kent Memorial Professor of English Literature K A' T K A' E T' 0 A E: 'I' B K: Raven: Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts, George- , C ll I Master of Arts Harvard University' Doctor of Letters, Georgetown College and town o ege: , , Baylor University: Graduate Student, University of Chicago: Professor of Latin, Soule Col- U ' T . IS94-95 lege, Tennessee, I890-94: Professor of Modern Languages, Mercer niversity : Professor of English, Georgetown College, 1895-1904: Professor of English, Richmond Col- 1921 Qtiurks ann Qiurts 21 lege, I904-I7: Dean of Richmond College, I9l4-17: Member of the Archaeological Institute of America: Modern Language Association of America: Association of American University Professors: The University Club of Richmond: Colonnade Club: National Conference on College Entrance Requirements in English: Exchange Professor on Southern Exchange Poun- dation, University of North Carolina, l920: Author of "The English in the South": "George Cary Egglestonn: "History of English Literaturen: "History of American l..iterature": various magazine articles: Editor of Addison's Spectator fselectionsl: Shalcespeare's Mac- beth: Joint Editor of Readings in American Literature: Editor-in-Chief of The Literary World, a series of Readings for schools: Editor, Enlarged Edition, "Library of Southern Literature." GRAHAM EDGAR, B. S., PH. D. ....... ............. ..... I W est Lawn v .a Professor of Chemistry E: 'I' B Kg K A Mg Raven: Bachelor of Science, State University of Kentucky, I907: Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, l909: Fellow in Chemistry, Yale University, i908- 09: Instructor in Chemistry, University of Virginia, 1909-IO: Adjunct Professor of Chem- istry, l9l0-l2: Associate Professor of Chemistry, l9l2-17: Professor of Chemistry, Califor- nia lnstitute of Technology, l9I7: Executive Secretary, Research information Service, National Research Council, l9l8: Consulting Chemist, Ordnance Department, U. S. A. l9l9-20: Member of Division of Educational Relations, National Research Council. GEORGE OSCAR FERGUSON, jk., B. A., M. A., PH. D. ..... .... V irginia Avenue K Professor of Educational Psychology E: 'I' B K: Bachelor of Arts, College of William and Mary, 1907: Master of Arts, Colum- bia University, I9l l: Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, I9l7: University Scholar in Psychology, Columbia University, l9l4-15: Adjunct Professor of Philosophy and Psy- chology, William and Mary, l907-ll: Professor of Philosophy and Psychology and Asso- ciatc Professor of Education, l9lI-I6: Principal, William and Mary Normal Academy, l9l2-I6: Associate Professor of Psychology and Education and Director of the Psychological Laboratory, Colgate University, l9l6-I9: Chief Psychological Examiner, Camp Lee, Vir- ginia, l9l8: Author of "The Psychology of the Negro": Member of The American Psy- chological Association. FISKE KIMBALL, PH. D., M. ARCH. ....................... .... W est Range A Professor of Art and Architecture T: fl' It K: A P X: Bachelor of Arts, 1909: Master in Architecture, t9I2, Harvard Uni- versity: Doctor of Philosophy, I9I5, University of Michigan: Instructor in Architecture, Uni- versity of lllinois, l9l2-13: lnstructor and Assistant Professor, l9I3-IS: Assistant Pro- fessor of Fine Arts in charge of Department of Fine Arts, l9l8-l9, University of Michigan: Professor of Art and Architecture, University of Virginia since l9l9: Member of American institute of Architects fhlistorianj: Archeological Institute of America fExecutive Com- mittcel: American Historical Association: Chairman Virginia Art Commission: Member of the State Board for the Examination and Certification of Architects, Professional Engineers, and Land Surveyors: Author of "Thomas Jefferson, Architect," l9l6: "Thomas Jefferson and the First Monument of the Classical Revival," l9l5: "A History of Architecture," 1918: Editor of "The Foundations of Classical Architecture," l9l9: Contributor to literary, pro- fessional and artistic journals. 22 QIDEIRS HIIU CELIIIS 1921 WILLIAM ROYALL SMITHEY, B. A.. M. A., PH. D. ....., .... U niversity Place Professor of Secondary Education Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts, Randolph-Macon College: Graduate Student, University of Chicago and University of Wisconsin: Doctor of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin: Principal, Petersburg High School: Dean and Director of Summer Session, State Normal School, I-Iarrisonburg, Virginia: Secretary Virginia State Board of Education: Former President, Virginia Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools: President Virginia State Teachers' Association: Member, University Commission on Southern Race Questions: Amer- ican Sociological Society, American Association of University Professors: Associate Editor of Virginia News Letter. JAMES SOUTHALL WILSON, A. B., M. A., PH. D. ............ .... U nivcrsily Place Edgar Allan Poe Professor of English K E: 'I' B K: Raven: Bachelor of Arts, College of William and Mary: Master of Arts. University of Virginia: Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University: Associate Professor in the College of William and Mary, l'-306-08: Professor in the College of William and Mary, 1908-I9: Author of "Alexander Wilson, Poet-Naturalist." ALBERT GEORGE ADAM BALZ, B. A., M. A., PH. D.. .. . . . .jefferson Park Avenue Professor of Philosophy 9 A X: 'I' I3 K: Scarab Club: Raven: OWL: Treasurer University of Virginia, 1908: Master of Arts, University o trgtnta, : octor o hi- losophy, Columbia University, l9l6: Instructor in Philosophy, University of Virginia, l9l0- IZ: University Fellow in Philosophy, Columbia University, t9I2-I3: Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, University of Virginia, l9l3-l6:. Associate Professor, l9l6-20: Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: American Philosophical Association: Southern Society of Philosophy and Psychology: Author of "Idea and Essence in the Phi- losophies of Hobbs and Spinozan: Contributor of various articles to fournal of Philosophy: Second Lieutenant Infantry, U. S. A.: Personnel Ofhcer, S. A. T. C., University of Vir- gmta. , Class of l908: Bachelor of Arts, I V' ' ' l909 D f P CARROLL MASON SPARROW, B. A., PH. D. ...... ..... M onroe Hill Professor of Physics 111 IB Kg I' Ag Bachelor of Arts, Johns Hopkins University, l908: Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, l9ll: Member of the American Physical Society: American Mathematical Society: Circolo Matematico di Palmero: Captain in Science and Research Division, Air Service of U. S. A.: Associate Editor of The Physical Review. WILLIAM RICE WARREN ......................... . ..... Fifteenth Street Professor Physical Training ll' K Eg A II: 'P P E: T. I. L. K. A.: "ZH: "l3": Bachelor of Arts, Randolph-Macon Col- lege: Doctor of Medicine, University of Virginia: I-lead Football Field Coach, University of Virginia, 1913: Assistant Coach of Football, Virginia, l9l2, l9I4 and t9l5: Athletic Director, Randolph-Macon College, I907-t2: Coach of Baseball and Football, University of Virginia, l9I9--: Member of Association of College Directors. 1921 Qtlnrks ann Qturts 22 ARTHUR FICKENSCHER .,................. .... D awson's Row Professor of Music Graduate, Royal Conservatoryg Studied in Munich under Rhcinberger, Thuille, Schwartz ancl Bussmcirg Concert Pianist with Nitalca, Anton Schott, Schuman-Heinlc, Bisphman, Ondricek ancl Matcrna: Teacher in Voice and Composer in San Francisco: Teacher of Voice and , Composer in Europe, l9I I-I4g Composer of "The Chamber Blue" and "Auccasin et Nico- latte," Symphonic Choral Poems: "A Fairy Songng "Te Deum and Jubilanteng "Requiem"g "Lenten Song", and other worlcsg Author of "Acoustical Relationships." RICHARD Cl-IAPIN JONES, B. A., M. F. .... ............... .... .... F r y 's Spring Road Associate Professor of Forestry I N: Bachelor of Arts, Vanderbilt University, I904, Master of Forestry, Yale University, l909, State Forester of Virginia, Member of the Society of American Foresters. WILLIAM HALL GOODWIN, B. A., M. D. .... ................. ,... ....... M o n me Hill Associate Professor of Surgery K Ag II' I' Eg 'l' I3 Kg Raveng T. I. L. K. A., Bachelor of Arts, Transylvania University: Doctor of Mcclicine, University of Virginia: Former Resident Surgeon of the University of Virginia Hospital: Member of the House Staff, Bellevue Hospital, New York: Adjunct Professor of Surgery, I9l0-l6, Assistant Surgeon of the University of Virginia Hospital, Member of the Albemarle County, Virginia State and American Medical Associationsg Southern State and Tri-State Medical Societies: Fellow of the American College of Sur- gconsg Associate Professor of Surgery since I9l6, Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. A.g Board of Governors Colonnacle Club. I-IERMAN PATRICK JOHNSON, A. B., A. M., PH. M. .......,.. .... E ast Lawn Associate Professor of English Literature' Bachelor of Arts, University of South Carolina: l904: Master of Arts, 1908, Ph. M., Uni- versity of Chicago, 1909, Teacher of English in Columbia, South Carolina, High School, l904-08: Principal, l906-08: Assistant Professor, University of Mississippi, I909-I4, Acting Professor of E.n,glisl'1, I9I2-I3, Adjunct Professor of English Literature, University of Vir- ginia, I9I4-IB: Member of the Modern Language Association of America. ,FLINDSAY ROGERS, A. B., PH. D., LI... B.. ...... ............ ..... U n iversity Place Associate Professor of Political Science tl' I' -5: 'I' It Kg Raven: Bachelor of Arts, Johns Hopkins University, I9I2, University Fel- low in Political Science, l9l4-l5: Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, 19159 Bachelor of Laws, University of Maryland, l9l5: Special Correspondent of various news- papers, l909-IS: Member of the American Barg American Political Science Association CExecutive Counciljg American Society of International Law: Author of "The Constitu- tionality of Alabama's Liquor Legislation under the Webb-Kenyon Actn: "The Postal Power of Congressug "A Study in Constitutional Expansion", 'iPopular Control of Foreign Pol- icyn: "America's Case Against Germanyng contributor of various articles and reviews on political questions to Contemporary Review fI..ondonD, American Political Science Review, Quarterly Review tLoncIonj, Harvard Law Revicm, Columbia Law Review, Yale Lan: jour- iicin tial l920-ZI. 24 Qtlurks ann Qliurts 1921, nal, etc.: Adjunct Professor of Political Science, University of Virginia, t9I5-IB: Asso- ciate Professor, l9lB--: Editor-in-Chief, University of Virginia Alumni Bulletin, t9t5-20: First Lieutenant, U. S. Army, General Staff Corps, I9l8g Associate Professor of Politics, Columbia University, Summer of I9I9: Lecturer on Government at Harvard and Columbia Universities, l920-Zl. GARDNER LLOYD CARTER, M. A., PH. D. ................. .... M onroe Hill Associate Professor of Chemistry Bachelor of Arts, I9t2, Master of Arts, I9l4, Doctor of Philosophy, l9l6, University of Vir- ginia: Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Vanderbilt University, l9I6-I8: Assistant Gas Chemist, Chemical Warfare Service: Member of the American Chemical Society. CHARLES WAKEFIELD PAUL ......,.. ................... ..... U n iversity Place Associate Professor of Public Speaking Graduate of Emerson College of Oratoryg instructor, Emerson College, l90l-07: Associate Professor of Public Speaking at University of Virginia since 1908. JAMES COOK BARDIN, M. D. ................................ ..... F ry's spring Associate Professor of Romantic Languages 9 A X: E A X: Raven: OWL: Socio Pundador, Ateneo Hispano-Americano: Doctor of Medicine, University of Virginia, l909: Instructor in Romantic Languages, University of Virginia, l9l0-l3: First Lieutenant Medical Corps, U. S. A.: First Lieutenant, Reserve Corps, U. S. A.: Member of Advisory Editorial Board, Inter-America: Editor, Leyendas Hisloricas Mcxicanas, El Reina de Los Incas: Author of "Our American Allies": and other articles and verse. JOHNHIENNINGS LUCK, M. A., PH. D. ................... .... C olonnade Club Associate Professor of Mathematics A K Eg A H: E T: if B K: Raven: Hot Foot: IMP: Bachelor of Arts, 1902, Master of Arts, l903, Doctor of Philosophy, 1908, University of Virginia: lnstructor in Mathematics, t904-I3, University of Virinia: Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Vanderbilt University, I9I3-16: 'Summer Faculty, George Peabody School for Teachers, l9t5-t7: Adjunct Pro- fessor of Mathematics, University of Virginia, t9l6-l9: Member of the American Mathe- matics Society: American Mathematics Association: Board of Governors Colonnade Club. JOHN HENRY NEFF, B. A., M. D. ......... . .......... ..... U niversity Place Associate Professor of Urology H K A: A H: A 9 A: 4' P E: 'I' tl? K: T. I. L. K. A.: "l3": "Zu: Raven: Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia, 1907: Doctor of Medicine, University of Virginia, I9IO: Assist- ant Surgeon, University of Virginia Hospital. l92I Qlzllflig HIIU QILIF 1 s 25, WILLIAM PATTON GRAHAM, A. B., M. A. ............... ..... W ertland Street Associate Professor of French Bachelor of Arts, Emory and Henry College: Master of Arts, University of Virginia, Student at The University of Grenoble: Student at the University of Chicago: Professor of French, Lynchburg High Schoolg Professor of Modern Languages. Wesleyan College: Professor of Modern Languages, Mercer University: Modern Languages, Cumberland Universityg Modern Languages, Central College. WALTER KARL KLOTZ, B. A., M. D. .... . .................. ..... O akhurst Associate Professor of Phthisioc-Therapy A K E: Doctor of Medicine, Columbia University, I898: Post-Graduate Work at Frankfort, l900: Associate Medical Director of Tuberculosis Commission in France: Medaille de Ia Reconnaissance Francaiseg Medical Director, Blue Ridge Sanatorium. WILLIAM EDWARD BRAY, B. A., M. D. ............................ . . . . . ,Preston Heights cl: Associate Professor of Clinical Diagnosis and University Physician A Q5 'I' B Kg 'I' B llg Raven: Bachelor of Arts, University of Mississippi, 1902, Student Assistant in Bacteriology and Pathology, University of Virginia, I9l0-I I: Assistant Surgical Pathologist, University of Virginia, Hospital, l9ll-I2g Doctor of Medicine, University of Virginia, l9l2g Interne, University of Virginia Hospital, l9I2-I3: State Health Department of Virginia, Summers of I9IO, I9lI and l9I2g Instructor in. Clinical Diagnosis and Assist- ant University Physician, University of Virginia, 1913-14: Rockefeller Sanitary Commission and Community Health Work, Virginia, I9l4g Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology, University of Mississippi, l9I4-I5. ALBERT WILLIAM GILES, B. A., M. A. ........... .... ..... F i fteenth S V ...4 Associate Professor of Geology Eg Bachelor of Arts, University of Rochester, 1909, Graduate Student and Assistant in Geology, University of Rochester, I909-IO: Master of Science, University of Rochester, l9l0g Instructor in Geology, Allegheny College, l9II-IZ: Professor of Geology, Kansas Wesleyan University, l9l3-l5g Graduate Student, University of Chicago, summer of l9I5 and I9l5-l6: Assistant Geologist, Gypsy Oil Company, Tulsa, Oklahoma, summer, I9l6: Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Fellow in Geology, Northwest- ern University, l9l2-13: Member of the Seismological Society of America: Corresponding Member of the Rochester Academy of Science, Member of the American Meteorological Society, Assistant Geologist, Virginia Geological Survey. TIPTON RAY SNAVELY, B. A., M. A., PH. D. ........... .... M onroe :Ir Associale Professor of Economics If K: Raven: Bachelor of Arts, Emory and Henry College, l9I2g Master of Arts, Univer- sity of Virginia, l9l5g Holcler of Phelps-Stokes Fellowship, 1915-I7g Bennet Wood Green Scholarship, l9l7-IS: Master of Arts, Harvard University, l9l8: Doctor of Philosophy, University of Virginia, I9I9g Adjunct Professor of Economics, University of Virginia, l9I9-209 Special Investigator for the Bureau of Labor, I9I7: Member of the American Economic Association: The Society for the Promotion of Engineering Educationg Associa lion of American University Professors: Royal Economic Society. treet Hill 26 UUDEKS ann tiurts 1921 WILPRED ELDRED, M. A., PH. D. ............. ,................... .... P r eston Heights Associate Professor of Business Administration Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts, Washington and Lee University, l909: Master of Arts. l9ll, and Doctor of Philosophy, l9ll, Harvard Universityg Instructor in Economics, Har- vard University, l9l2-l4: President, Dunbar Club, Harvard University, I9l3-145 Instructor in Economics, Leland Stanford University, l9l5-l7g Special Agent, Federal Trade Commis- sion, 1917-183 U. S. Food Administration, l9lS-20: P. A. C. O. T. S., Camp Zachary Taylor, 1918, University of Virginia since l920. JAMES SUGARS McLE.MORE, M. A., PH. D. .............................. University Place Adjunct Professor of Latin and Inslruclor in Creclf KI' B Kg Raveng Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginiag Master of Arts, University of Vir- ginia, I9IOg Doctor of Philosophy, University of Virginia, I9I2, Member of American Phil- ological Association. CHARLES POLLARD OLIVER, B. A., M. A., PH. D. ........ .... O bservatory Adjunct Professor of Astronomy E A Eg KI, 'lt Kg I' T Ag Raveng Bachelor of Arts, 1905: Master of Arts, I908g Doctor of Philosophy, l9ll, University of Virginiag Vanderbilt Fellow and Instructor in Astronomy, University of Virginia, 1905-09g Assistant, Lick Observatory, University of California, 1909- IO, Research Assistant, Yerkes Observatory, University of Chicago, summer of l9l3, Pro- fessor of Astronomy and Physics, Agnes Scott College, t9II-14, Master Computer, Orcl- nance Department, U. S. Army, l9l8-19: Fellow, Royal Astronomical Society: Fellow, A ' n Association for the Advancement of Scienceg Member of the Comite de Bureau menca Central Meteoriqueg Societe Astronomique dc France: Societe Astronomique de Anversg American Astronomical Society, etc.: Author of various papers in American and Foreign journals and in the Leander McCormick Observatory and Lick Observatory publications. HAROLD LEE. ALDEN, A B., M. S., Pt-I. D. ...................... .... F ry's Spring Road Adjunct Professor of Astronomy Ki' B Kg Raveng Bachelor of Arts, Wheaton College, l9I2g Master of Science, University of Chicago, l9l3g Doctor of Philosophy, University of Virginia, l9l7g Research Assistant, Yerkes Observatory, I9l2-143 Vanderbilt Fellow and Instructor, University of Virginia, 1914-IS: Adjunct Professor of Astronomy since l9l8g Research Assistant Leander McCor- ' lc Ob vator since I9t4- Director of United States Shipping Board School of Naviga- mic ser y , tion, Jersey City, l9l8-t9g Member of the American Astronomical Society: American Asso- ciation for the Advancement of Scienceg American Association of University Professors: American Meteorological Society. JOHN HOWE YOE, B S., M. S., M. A. ...................... .... P ourtcenth Street Adjunct Professor of Chemistry K Eg E T9 K A M3 Bachelor of Science, I9I3, Master of Science, l9l4. Vanderbilt Univer- sityg Master of Arts, Princeton University, I9I7, Graduate Student, Univcrsity of Chicago fsummer quarterj, l9l3: Assistant in Chemistry, l9ll-l3, Instructor in Chemistry, l9l3-I5, Vanderbilt University: Instructor in Chemistry, Princeton University, l9l5-I7: Assistant in Chemistry, George Peabody College for Teachers fsummer quartersj, l9l4-I5-I6-I7g Chem- ical Engineer, United States Bureau of Mines fon War Cas Researchl, l9l7-l8: First Lieu- . g . U . . f tenant, Chemical Warfare Service, 1918-19, Adjunct Professor of Chemistry, niverstty o Virginia, l9l9. 1921 feurksiantieurls 27 ROBERT G. WIATT, M. D. .................. ............. .... V i rginia Avenue Adjunct Professor of Roenlology Doctor of Medicine, Medical College of Virginia. FRANCIS HARRIS ABBOT, B. A., M. A. ................... .... C hancellor Street Adjunct Professor of French A 'l' Qg A lt: Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia. 1899: Instructor in French, University of Virginia, t898-99: University of Gottingen, University of Leipsic, I899-19024 Instructor in French, johns Hopkins University and University of Chicago. ERNEST LINWOOD LEHMAN, M. A., PH. D. ............ ..... G raves' Cottage Adjunct Professor of Romanic Languages Z tl T: 'I' It K: Raven: Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia, l9I5g Master of Arts, University of Virginia, l9I7g Doctor of Philosophy, University of Virginia, t920, Instructor in Latin, University of Virginia since t9t5g Instructor in French, University of Virginia, t9l8-20, Adjunct Professor of Romantic Languages, University of Virginia since l920g Mcmlncr of the American Philological Asssociation. THOMAS FAUNTLEROY BALL, B. S., M. S. .......... ..... O akhurst Adjunct Professor of Physics 'I' It K: Raven, Bachelor of Science: Master of Science, University of South Carolina: Grad- uate Student, Cornell University, l9l5: Acted Adjunct Professor of Physics, University of Virginia, l9lS-l9g Associate Member of the American Physical Societyg Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: Member of Le Conte Scientihc. CHARLES PIERBERT HUITFMAN, B. A., M. A., PH. D. ..... .... O al: Street Adjunct Professor of English Raven: Bachelor of Arts, Bridgewater College, t9I4g Master of Arts, Clark University, I9t5g Doctor of Philosophy, University of Virginia, 1920, Holder, Rector and Visitors Fellowship, University of Virginia, t9I6-I8, Henry Coalter Calwell Scholar, l9l7-l9g Winner Colonial Dames Prize, I9t6g Instructor in English, University of Virginia, t9l6-20, Author of "Eighteenth Century Novel in Theory and Practice." WILLIAM EDWARD KNIGHT, M. E. ............ ...... . . .... Virginia Avenue Adjunct Professor of Romanic Languages Mechanical Engineer of the Lagos Government Railway, West Africa, l896-98g Assistant Me- chanical Superintendent of the United Railways of I-Iavana, Cuba, IS98-19055 Superintend- ent of Motor Power. Shops and Equipment of Cuba Railroad, 1905-16, Instructor in Spanish, University of Virginia, I9l9-20. 28 Qljg ska ann Qliurls 192' CARL CASKIE SPEIDEL, PH. B., PH. D. .................. ..... U niversity fl, Adjunct Professor of Anatomy :B Kg Ph. B., LaFayette, l9l4g Ph. D., Princeton, l9l8g Part-time Instructor in Biology, Princeton University, l9l4-I6: Maule Research Fellow, Princeton University, l9l6-l7g ln- structor of Comparative Anatomy and Histology, University of Akron, Ohio, l9l7-IB: Assistant Professor of Biology, Saint Lawrence University, l9l9-20, Investigator during vari- ous summers at Marine Biological Laboratory, Woor.l's Hole, Massachusetts, Bureau of Fish- eries, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Harpswell Laboratory, Maine, and the U. S. Biological Station, Fairport, Iowag Sanitary Corps and Chemical Warfare Department, U. S. Army, l9l8: Member of the American Anatomical Association. EDWARD WATTS SAUNDERS, C. E.. ................................. ....... U niversity Acting Adjunct Professor of Applied Mathematics and Civil Engineering 2 B 'Pg Ravens Member Colonnade Club. jAMES SHANNON MILLER, JR. A. B., B. S., E.. E.. ........ .. .... First Street Adjunct Professor of Experimental Engineering fl' B 'Pg 'I' 'B Kg Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science, Emory and Henry College, l9lBg BRUCE. WILLIAMS, B. S., M. S., PH. D. .......... .... .... C 0 lonnade '-If JULIUS GOEBEL, JR., A. B., M. A., PH. D. ................. .... M .mm CI' Instructor in Physics, University of Virginia, l9l9-20, Student Member of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Club Acting Adjunct of Political Science I' Ag KP 'B Kg Bachelor of Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, l9l2: Master of Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, l9l4g Graduate Student, johns Hopkins University, l9l6-l7: University of Paris, l9l9: University Fellow in Political Science, johns Hopkins University, l9l9-20, Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, l920: Member, American Politi- cal Science Association, and the American Society of International Law. Hill Acting Adjunct Professor of Lan: HQ Bachelor of Arts, University of Illinois, l9l2, Master of Arts, University of Illinois, l9l3: Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, l9l5g Cutting Traveling Fellow, Colum- bia University, l9l5-17, Counsel Legation of Switzerland, t9l7-l8g U. S. Army, l9l8: Law Practice and Counsel, Swiss Legation, l9l9-20, Washington, D. C.: Member of District of Columbia Bar, Pan American Financial Congress, Cosmos Club, Washington: Author, "Rec- ognition Policy of the United States," "Responsibility of States for Aliens"g Articles in journal of Criminal Law, journal of International Lanz, etc. F921 Qtorks ann Qlurls 29 RETIRED ON THE CARNEGIE FOUNDATION ORMOND STONE, M. A. ........................................... Clifton Station, Virginia Professor of Practical Astronomy MILTON WYLIE HUMPHREYS, M. A.. PH. D., LL. D. .... .... W ertland Street Professor of Creek ALBERT HENRY TUTTLE, M. S. .....,... ..................... ..... U n iversity Place Miller Professor of Biology and Agriculture ISAAC KIMBER MORAN . .. ...... ..... M onticello Bursar Secretary to the Proctor, Secretary to the Board of Visitors. FRANCIS PERRY DUNNINGTON, B. S., C. E., M. E. ............. ..... U niversity Avenue Professor of Analytical and fnduslrial Chemistry HOWARD WINSTON, C. E. ..... ........... .... C o lonnacle Club Registrar OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION JOHN SHELTON PATTON .............. ..................... .... W e st Main Street Librarian Secretary of the University, t902-045 Librarian since I904g Author of "Jefferson, Cabell and the University of Virginian: Editor, with Doctor Charles W. Kent, of "The Book of the Poe Centenary", Joint Author of M-lelferson's Universityug Editor, "John R. Thompson's Poemsng Author of Articles, "Virginia" and "Rome," in the Encyclopedia Brittanica. MARY LOUISE DINWIDDIE ................... .... C harloltesville Assistant Librarian ANNA TUTTLE HECK, B. A.. . . .............. ..... U niversity Place Registrar Bachelor of Arts. Vassar College, Assistant Librarian, University of Virginia, 1903-ll. 30 Qllurks HUD Qllurls 1921 VIRGINIA EMMA MORAN, B. A. ................... .... M onlicello Assislanl Rcgislrar Assistant to the Bursar, l905-l9l9. ELMER IRVING CARRUTI-IERS .... ......... ..,.. E a st Range Bursar Secretary to the Rector and the Board of Visitors. CHARLES HAROLD HARCOURT THOMAS ............ . .,.. McCormick Road Assistant lo the Bursar Q III K A. CARRIE WORRELL RICHARDSON .,................,. .... U niversity Terrace Secretary lo the President MARY PROFFIT .... ..... ,,....... .......... ..... C l 1 a rlottcsville Secretary lo llrc Dean LEWIS DABNEY CRENSHAW, B. A., M. A., LL. B. .... .... L yndhall Alumni Secretary A T A5 A II: KI, A KID: E A X5 'I' B Kg King of the Hot Feetg IMP, OWL, Raveng Scarab Clubg President of Class Officers Associationg Secretary of the Class of 1908: Member of Board of Governors, Colonnade Club: Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, Medical Alumni Asso- ciationg Managing Editor, Alumni Ncnrsg Director, Corlcs and Curls, Incorporated, Ad- visory Board Virginia Reel: President, National Alumni Secretaries Association: Secretary of the "V" Club. Illlr- .,, .Lllxllv IN MEMORY OF ALBERT IVIIDDLETON WRENN BORN AUGUST 2 I90O DIED AT THE UNIVERSITY SEPTEMBER 26, I920 CLASS FRESIDENT5 wud-- 1 nopsmasn APPLICANTS FOR ACADEMIC DEGREES 192' Qlurks ann Qllutls Applicants for Academic Degrees --.-- Bachelors of Arts MORTON BOYD GEORGE FRANKLIN CAMERON GEORGE BROCKENBROUGH COCHRAN JOHN STAIGE DAVIS, JR. HENRY HARRINGTON HILL NORVELL DARIUS HUNTER RODERICK HUMES JACKSON JOI-IN JENNINGS JEWELL., JR. BARRINGTON KING WARREN WOMACK KOONTZ WILLIAM DODSON MCCLELLAN HENRY DAVIS MCI-IENRY WILLIAM LUKE MARBURY, JR. FRANCIS CLAIBORNE MASON JAMES PLEASANTS MASSIE KINLOCH NE WILLIAM CECIL MURPHY WILLIAM WASHINGTON NICKELS ISAAC JAY QUESENBERRY HOWARD CALVIN ROSS OGDEN KELLY SHANNON, JR. CARY STEWART SHEILD PHILIP BARNEY SHEILD WALTER SCOTT SMOOT FRANK TALBOTT, IR. ZACH TOMS LYTTLETON WADDELL HENRY AJAX WALKER, JR. GEORGE SAYLOR WARTHEN ROBERT SAMUEL WEAVER, JR. RICHARD LEE WILLIS LSON YELLOTT Bachelors of Science NICHOLAS FLOYD ADAMS, JR. WILLIAM HERMAN AGEE MARTIN ROSS BAKER LISTON COLFORD BERTRAM MUNRO BLACK LAUNCELOT MINOR BLACKFORD DAVID BLOOM, JR. EDWIN HENRY COPENI-IAVER, JR. I-IUGI-I CUMMING, JR. HARRY LEE DENOON. JR. HOWARD ESTES DUDLEY JAMES ANDERSON FANT LAURENCE GRETTER FAWCETT MATTHEW SAUNDERS GIBSON THOMAS HASKINS GRESI-IAM EDWIN CROWELL HAMBLIN WILLIAM DUNCAN HART EDWIN CLARK HATI-IAWAY, JR. GEORGE SAMSON HELLER BAYARD TAYLOR HORTON WILLIAM MCKENZIE JENKINS FRANK KATZENSTEIN JOHN WILLIAM MENEFEE. JR. ISAAC TAYLOR MUSSER, JR. WILLIAM BRANDER PETTWAY BENJAMIN QUINN PEYTON CLIFFORD HILLHOUSE POPE HORRY FROST PRIOLEAU JONATHAN RIDDICK SANDERLIN WILLIAM KYLE SMITH CHARLES EDXIVARD STONE JOHN EDWARD TARRANT JAMES DONNELL TILGHMAN HUGH WARREN FRANCIS LEE WEILLE CONWAY ZIRKLE Bachelors of Science in Chemistry GEORGE SEAMANDS BLANTON WILBUR REECE DOVE EVERETTE RUSH HOPKINS MEREDITH MINOR JANVIER WINBOURNE TERRY JENKINS Bachelor of Science in Medicine JOSEPH OVERTON PORTER Bachelor of Science in Architecture STANISLAW JOI-IN MAKIELSKI HUNTER McKAY OCTAVIUS LOXLEY CLARK RADFORD JR SYLVAN REICHGUT CHARLES BLAIR TAVENNER RYLAND MORTON WARREN Bachelor of Science in Education SAMUEL PETTIT VANDERSLICE, JR Bachelor of Science in Commerce THOMAS EDWARD WILSON UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC STUDENTS 192' Qinrks ann Qlur I5 37 Eiljl l,.t OFFICERS JOHN ALEXANDER STEWARD ................. MARTIN ROSS BAKER ........,... JOHN WILLIAM MENEFEE ...... RUSSELL PARRISH ........ ............,.. MEMBERS NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE Joi-iN JAY ADAMS, JR ......... ......... 1 ....... NICHOLAS FLOYD ADAMS, jn. ...... 4 THOMAS TUNSTALL ADAMS, Jn. ........ I 'I' K XP: Reporlorial StaII College Topics. WILLIAM I-IERIVIAN AGEE ............... 3 .... THOMAS GIBBS AKELEY ......... ... I .... Glce Club. SHELDON BUCKINGHAM AKERS ........ 2 .... Washington Literary Society. HENRY GLASSBROOK ALLEN ...... . . . I .... 'I' 1' -53 First Year Football Team. HERBERT OS BOURNE ALLEN .... ... I .... jefferson Society. PHILIP SIDNEY ALLEN .... ... I .... EDWARD ALVEY, ja. .... I ............Prcsu1enl . . . . . . Vice President . . .Secretary-Treasurer . . . ..... Historian HOME ADDRESS . . . . . . . .CoIumIJus, Ohio . . . .The Plains, Virginia . . . . .RicI1mond, Virginia SI1eII3yviIIe, Tennessee Fargo, North Dakota . ..,. Snowville, Virginia . . . . St. Paul, Minnesota . Newington, Virginia Earleysville, Virginia . .Richmond Virginia 38 Qtlutks ann Qlurls 1921 lflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS RAPHAEL R. AMADOR .... ,...... l ....... .... P anan 1 a , Central America ROBERT THOMAS AMIS ..... . . . l . . . ....,... Virgilina, Virginia FREDERICK THOMAS AMISS ,...... . . . l . . . ..... Luray, Virginia CHARLES CHESLEY ANDERSON ........ I ..... Danville, Virginia 9 X EDWARD I-IUTCHINGS ANDERSON ..... 2 .... Sandy Level, Virginia Jefferson Society. CHARLES GREEN ANDREWS ............ 3 ......................... Memphis, Tennessee A X, Glee Club, Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURL5, Interfraternity Council. JOSEPH WHITSITT ARBUTHNOT .....,. I ........................... Marion, Alabama HARALSON BUTLER ARCO ............. 2 ............. .... A tlanta, Georgia K A, Circulation Manager of University of Virginia Nfngazinc. THOMAS JEFFERSON ATKINS .......,... l ............. .... A tkins, Virginia Washington Literary Society. WINSTON ATTEBERRY ........ . . . 2 . .. ..,. Crowley, Louisiana II K A, Jefferson Society. JOHN WILLIAMS AVIRETT, JR. .......... 2 ...................... Cumherlancl, Maryland 'Il I' Ag E T, Managing Eclitor The Virginia Reel, Manager First Year Basket-Ball Team. TRIM WHITE AYDLETT ..... l ...... Elizabeth City, New Jersey EUGENE ANTHONY BAIN ..... . . . I . . . ....... Petersburg, Virginia Je fferson Society. BENJAMIN MAY BAKER, JR. ............. 2 ............................ Norfolk, Virginia A K E, A Hg Eli Banana, P. K., Captain First Year Track, 1920, Assistant Business Manager Comes AND CURLS. COURTLAND DARKE BAKER ............ 2 .... Charles Town, West Virginia CHARLES RICHARD FURMAN BAKER.. 2 ,...... Sumter, South Carolina :K E LORENZO EMISON BAKER .... I ..... New York. New York MARTIN ROSS BAKER ........... ....... 4 ......................... K noxville, Tennessee X 'I', Skull and Keys, Eli Banana, P. K., Crerman Club, "Z", "V", Track Team, Vice President Acaclemic Class. WILLIAM CECIL BAKER ................. 3 ..... Knoxville, Tennessee WILLIAM BOYKIN BALDWIN ........... I ..... ...... N orfolk, Virginia A fit, Fraternity Representative Comes AND CunLs. MAGNUS WELLINGTON BALES ......... I .... .Alexandria Virginia 192' Qtlnrks anti Qllurls 39 lflcadcmic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS ROBERT LEE BALLENTINE .... ,...... I ......... A nclerson, South Carolina MAURlCE BRUCE BANGEI.. ..,.. 2 ..... Portsmouth, Virginia ROBERT SILAS BARBOUR .... I ..... South Boston, Virginia JOHN FRANK BARKER ..... 2 ........ Salina, Kansas GEORGE BATTE BARNER ...... I ..... Norfolk, Virginia RICHARD WARREN BARNES ..... 4 ..... Roanoke, Virginia 'll A 0 OSCAR FITZALLEN BARNS ..... . .. 2 .... Pounding Mill, Virginia JOHN HANNAH BARRINGER ..... I .... Charlottesville, Virginia Z qt HERMAN TURNER BASS ..... 3 ..... South Boston, Virginia JOHN EDWIN BASSETT ..... I ...... Bassett, Virginia 'I' K E HAWTHORNE DILL BATTLE ..... 2 .... Charlottesville, Virginia A T S2 JAMES MURPHY BATTLE .... 2 .... Charlottesville, Virginia A T 53: German Club. JOHN ALDEN BAUDOUINE ..... 2 ..... Newport News, Virginia JOHN TRACY BAXTER .... ..... ....... 2 ............................. M a con, Georgia X 'Pg Skull and Keys, Eli Banana: P. K.: German Clulng First Year Baseball, I920. CHARLES ARMISTEAD BAYNE ......... I ............. ....... N orfolk, Virginia FREDERICK OGDEN BEACH ...... I HENRY CHARLTON BECK, ja. .... I GAYLE EDWIN BEDALL ...... .. . I . .. CHESTER BEDELL ...,.. . . . I ... jefferson Society. JESSE COX BEESLEY, JR. ..... . . . I ... K Ag C-lee Club, GUSTAVO M. BEGUIRISTAIN ..... .. . 3 'I' X A: Cosmopolitan Club. IUAN S. BEGUIRISTAIN .................. 3 ............ 'I' X A: Cosmopolitan Club: Vice President El Liceo Hispano. . . .New York, New York Haddonfield, New Jersey . . . . .Blackstone, Virginia . . . Jacksonville, Florida Mu rfreeslsoro, Tennessee . Sugua la Grande, Cuba .Sugua Ia Grande, Cuba 40 Qilurks ann Qllurls 1921 IAcaaIemic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE Home Anmuzss ASHLEY JOI-IN BELL, JR ..... .......... 2 ........ - Cobham, Virginia I-IERMAN LEWIS BENNETT .............. 3 ..... Z B T: Assistant Editor The Virginia Reel. WILLIAM KEMPER BENTON ..... LISTON COLFORD BERTRAM .... MILTON BIEDENI-IORN ........ CECIL CARROLL BILLUPS ........ . .... I . .... 4 .... .. . .... I.. WILLIAM MCLEMORE BIRDSONG ....... I .. 'I' K E MORGAN BIRCE ........... 23 Ng Giee CIuI'z. WILLIAM JUAN BISSETTE ..... DAVID LOUDERS BLACK .... GIee CIuIJ. HENRY GRADY BLACK ................. 2 .... X 'Pg SkuII and Keys. CLIFFORD REYNOLDS BLACKBURN .... 2 .... B911 STAIGE DAVIS BLACKFORD ............ 2 .................... A K Eg A Hg Eli Banana: First Year Football and Basket-Ball Tea Squad, I920g Executive Council Virginia Club. RICHARD CURRY BLACKWELL.. Jefferson Society. EDWARD FRANKLIN BLAND ..... 2 Ng Adjunct Business Manager C GEORGE SEAMANDS BLANTON. ROBERT GIRVIN BLANTON, JR... ELIHU DAVID BLECHMAN ...... DAVID BLOOM, Jn. ......... . Z B T EARLE. PARKER BOHANNON .... A X P allege Topics. . . . Norfolk, Virginia . . . . . .MifIIeI:murg, Virginia .. .I"IarrisonIaurg, Virginia ... Vicksburg, Mississippi . . . Norfolk, Virginia , . . .SufIoIk, Virginia . . . .Falls Church, Virgina . . .BaiIen, North Carolina . . . . Duluth, Minnesota . . . .AtIanta, Georgia . . . . .Cane Hill, Arkansas . . . . . University, Virginia ms. I920, FootbaII ... . .Quincy, Fioricia . . . . West Point, Virginia . . , . .EI Paso, Texas . . . . . .RicI1moncI, Virginia .Newport News, Virginia . . . . .Memphis, Tennessee . . . . .PortsmoutI'i, Virginia MARSHALL TOPPIN BOHANNON ....... 2 ........,............ . . . .PortsmoulI1, Virginia A X Pg "CVC"g Cross Country Teamg First Year Track Team, I920p Jefferson Society. 1921 Qljgfk S ann Qlurl 5 41 NAME jOI-IN WHITNEY BOLTON .... . 2 'Il E PAUL VERNON BOMAR, ja ..... CHARLES ELDRED BONES, JR.. .. ROY CLIFFORD BONNEVILLE... CARROLL BOOCOCK .........,.. Z YI' JOHN WALLER BOSWELL, ja.. .. A 'I' LOUIS BOWYTZ ................. Jefferson Society. BRUCE VAUGI-IAN BOXLEY, Jn.. A X MORTON BOYD .................. IAcademIic Classl YEAR IN COLLEGE ...I 2 ...I 'I' I' Ag German Club: Manager Track Team. WILLIAM LEGGO BOYD, II ...... A T A CHARLES EDMUND BOYLE .... A NI' ALTAMONT BRACEY ............ ROBERT ADOLPHUS BRADDY.. ALLEN C. BRADHAM. JR. ....... . BRUCE EMMANUEL BRADLEY.. CARTER MARSHALL BRAXTON .,...... A 'I' 'UQ 3 T: jefferson Society: 'S SAMUEL THRIFT BRIGGS ....... HERBERT MARION BRITT ....... ALEXANDER FRANKLIN BROCK SAMUEL MOORE BRONAUGH. .. EVERETT HOPE BROOKS ...... LEMUEL REDMOND BROOME. .. A A TALBOT BROOME .... II K A ,jR..... ...I . ...I 2 . ...I 3 ociety Representative CORKS AND 2 2 2 ...I 2 2 HOME ADDRESS Spartanburg, South Caroiina . . . . . . . . .Marion, AIaIJama . . . .PuIasIci, Virginia . . . . .I'IucIson, New York . . . . .Keswick Virginia . . . . . . . .RicI1moncI, Virginia . .ConneIIsviIIe, Pennsylvania . . . . .Louisa, Virginia . . . . .I..ouisviIIe, Kentucky . . . . . Richmond, Virginia . . .Uniontown, PennsyIvania ........Bracey, .....Dillon, South . . .Manning, South . . . . .Pornsmoutlm . . . . . . .JacIcsonviIIe, CURLS. . . . . . . . Dinwidclie, .Little Rock, South Virginia Carolina Carolina Virginia FIoricIa Virginia Carolina . . . . . Montgomery, AIaIJama . . . . Madison, AIabama . . . . . .BricIcIeys, Arkansas . . . .Kinston, North Carolina . . . . .MontcIair, New Jersey 42 Qllurks ann Qlurls 1921 lflcademiic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS DAVID ELLIS BROWN ................... 4 ........ ,... C laremont, West Virginia A 'Pg Sliull and Keys: T. I. L. K. A. DAVID STANLEY BROWN ............... l .,.. .... B lackville, South Carolina Z B T WILLIAM ALGER BROWN, JR. ........... 2 .................... Huntington, West Virginia A "Pg Skull and Keys: T. I. L. K. A.: P. K.: First Year Baseball Team, I920. WALTER LINDSEY BROWN ...........,. I ........ .......... H untington, West Virginia A 'Pg First Year Football Team. W. MERLE BROWN .............. .... I .... ...... R o anolce, Virginia HENRY A. BROWNE ..................... I .... ..... U niversity, Virginia THOMAS NELSON CARTER BRUNS ..... I ..... Howarclsville, Virginia X 41' CLEMENT RENKEY BUCK ............... 2 ...... Bethlehem, Pennsylvania B 9 Hg A II: First Year Baseball Team, l920. JOHN FREDERICK BUDKE, JR. ........... I .... .... L os Angeles, California WILLIAM LINTON BULKELEY ..... .... I .... ..... D a nbury, Connecticut Z NI' GEORGE RICE BUNDICK ...... .... 3 .... .... F I oyds, Virginia Washington Literary Society. WALTER YOUNG BURGE, JR. ............ 2 .... .... P etersburg, Virginia 'I' K Eg A U5 German Club: Football Squacl. JOSEPH ANTHONY BURTON ............ 2 .... ..... C harlotlesville, Virginia A X P RALPH EVERETT BUSH ..... .... 2 .... .... N o rfollc, Virginia JAMES MADISON BUTLER ..... .... 2 .... ..... S u ffolk, Virginia ARTHUR PARKER BUTT, JR. ...... .... I .... ..... E I Icins, West Virginia THOMAS RIVES BUTTERWORTH ....... I .... ..... B utterworth, Virginia WILLIAM BEARDSLEE BUTTOLPH ..... I .... .... P ontiac, Michigan RICHARD WALKE BYRD ................ 3 ........................... Norfolk, Virginia A T 95 Skull and Keys: German Club: Assistant Editor CORKS AND CURLS: Instructor in Mathematics. ALLEN WILLARD CADWELL. .i.. .. I .... .... S t. Paul, Minnesota KI' 1' A CHARLES POWELL CAKE ..... .... 3 .... .... N o rfolk, Virginia l92l Qlurks ann Qlurls 43 lflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS FREDERICK NATHANIEL CALDWELL.. 2 ......... .... C lifton Forge, Virginia SAMUEL BILLINGSBY CALDWELL ...... I .... Paducah, Kentucky E A E WALTER I-IENRY CALHOUN, III .... 2 ..... Machocloc, Virginia ALFRED WILLIS CALLAWAY ..... . . . I . . . ........... Athens, Georgia FRANCIS DILWORTH CALLEY ..... . . . I . . . . . . . .Cambridge Massachusetts X Q: GEORGE FRANKLIN CAMERON .... 4 ..... Hope Mills, North Carolina WILLIAM MCCUTCHEON CAMP ......... 2 . .....,.................... Franklin, Virginia 'I' K Eg A Il, Eli Bananag P. K.g Football Squaclg Adjunct Manager Baseball. ALBAN BARBEE CAMPBELL ..........., I ........... ...... Brooklyn, New York EDWARD NELM CAMPBELL ............. I ..... Morristown, Tennessee ELDRIDGE HOUSTON CAMPBELL ....... 2 ..... Carbon, West Virginia K E JAMES MELVIN CAMPBELL ........ 2 ..... Saltville, Virginia SAMUEL DOUGLAS CAMPBELL ......... 2 .... Atlanta, Georgia K Ag Skull and Keys: German Club. EZEKIEL SAMUEL CANDLER ....... I .... Dallas, Texas K A NEAL DURANT CANNON ......... I .... Boyd, Kentucky DUDLEY HAROLD CARDWELL ..... 2 .... Brookneal, Virginia CHARLES VERNON CARNER ..... I ..... Norfolk, Virginia ROBERT JORDAN CARNER .............. 2 ................ R oano ke, Virginia HERBERT WHEELER CARPENTER ...... I ..... Washington, District of Columbia A K E RICHARD A. CARRINGTON, Jn. .......... 2 ..............,.......... Lynchburg, Virginia A K E3 A Ilg T. I. L. K. A.: P. K., German Clubg "V"g Football Teamg Basket-Ball Team: Captain First Year Baseball Team, I920. JOHN SANFORD CARROLL .............. 2 ......................... Frankfort, Kentucky 'I' A 03 Reportorial Stall College Topics: Washington Literary Society. RANDOLPH FITZHUGH CARROLL ...... 2 .............. Washington, District of Columbia ll 9 llg TI A X5 Skull and Keys: Assistant Editor CORKS AND CURLSQ Assistant Business Manager The Virginia Reel: Reportorial Stall College Topics: Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURLSQ jeflerson Societyg Crlee Club: President German Club. V 44 IEIJIIIS HIIU CEI!! I 5 I 921 lflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS THOMAS MOORE CARRUTHERS ........ I ...... .. . University, Virginia A T Q THEODORE MONTAGUE CARSON ...... 2 .... .... R ichmoncl, Virginia 9 X JOSIAH BENTON MCELROY CARTER... RANSOM FULLER CARVER .............. 3 I 9 A X: Washington Literary Society: Cosmopolitan Club. ........RecI Hill, Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . .BrooIcline, Massachusetts BENJAMIN HOUSTON CASKIE .......... 3 .......... ..... W ilmington, Delaware A T Q CLAY MICHIE CATLETT ...... .... 4 ..... ..... S t aunton, Virginia TI K A JAMES SCOTT CHALIVIERS, JR. .......... I .... Charlottesville, Virginia WILLIAM CHANDLER CI-IAIVIBERLAIN, JR. 3 .... .... C harlottesvillle, Virginia Z XP: Skull and Keys. FRANCIS SEABURY CHASE, JR. .... ..... I .... White Stone, Virginia JOHN BLEWETT CI-IEESEIVIAN. . . . .... I . . . .... Beaumont, Texas. 'II K E BENJAMIN GRAY CHILDS ..... .... 2 . .... Elberton, Georgia Jefferson Society. GEORGE GLASGOW CHILES ..... .... 4 . . .. .... Strasburg, Virginia E N: Masonic Club. SAMUEL BLACKWELL CHILTON ........ I .... Lakota, Virginia JAMES GARVIN CHISM .......... .... I . .. ..... Memphis, Tennessee E A E JOHN FRANCIS CLARK, JR. ............... 2 ..................... New Orleans, Louisiana A K Eg Skull and Keys: T. I. L. K. A.: P. K.: "V": Football Team: Captain Boxing Team: First Year Baseball Team, I92O. SIDNEY PI-IELAN CLARK ................ I . . . . . . .Atlanta, Georgia A T Q BERTRAM CAMPBELL CLEAVE ......... 2 ............ ..... H arrisburg, Pennsylvania K Eg Skull and Keys: Eli Banana: P. K.: German Club. CARL MAINER COCHRAN ............... I .......... .. ........... Waco, Texas GEORGE BELL COCHRAN ............... 3 ......................... The Plains, Virginia A K E3 A II: Acljunct Manager Football Team. l9I9: Interfraternity Council. LEROY R. COHEN, JR. ........ ........... I ................ ........ R i chmoncl, Virginia 'I' E H: Jefferson Society. F921 Clarks ann Qlurls 45 lflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN coI.I.EoE I-IoIvIE AnnREss JAMES EDWARD COHN ..... .......... I .,...... . .. Ocean View, Virginia LOWELL H. COLEMAN ..... WIRT HENRY COLEMAN ..... A T Q CHARLES MCVEIGH CONDON ........... LANDON HAYNESWORTH CONLY. MILTON CONN ........................... NOAH D. CONNER ............... NORMAN HAMPTON CONNER .... Washington Literary Society. GEORGE WATTIE CONNORS. II ......... DORLAND COOK .................. WILLIAM ROBERT LEE COOK, JR. ...... . AA,AofI, EDWIN HENRY COPENHAVER, JR.. . . . . . K Eg Slcull and Keys: German Club. EDWARD BENTLEY COX. .... ......... . A T A FRANK cox ................... GEORGE SNYDER COYLE ....... WILLIAM PRESTON CRAIG, JR..... JOSEPH A. CRIGI-ITON ........... RICHARD STEVENS cROss ..., E fir IC EDWARD HULL CRUMP, JR.. . .. E A E NORVAL DIXON CRUTHER .... 'I' A 6 HAROLD B. CULLUM .............. JAMES FRANKLIN CULPEPPER .... HUGH SMITH CUMMING, JR. .... . Z 'I' JOHN SUMTER CUNNINGHAM .... Washington Literary Society. . . . . . Portsmouth, Ohio . . . . .Lynchburg, Virginia . . . . Hanford, Washington . . . . . . .MempI'Iis, Tennessee . . . . .Newport, News, Virginia . . . .............. Simpsons, Virginia . . . .... Washington, District of Columbia . . . . Spartanburg, South Carolina . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . .FIushing, New York . . . .Seven Mile Ford, Virginia . . . . . . .LouisviIIe, Kentucky . . . . . Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . . , . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . .IndianoIa, Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . .Richmond, Virginia . . . . . . . .Washinglon, District of Columbia . . . . Memphis, Tennessee . . . Louisville, Kentucky . . . Aiken, South Carolina ................Magnolia, Virginia Washington, District of Columbia . . . Basic, Virginia 46 Qtnrksganti Qlugrls 1921 Ificademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE ASHLEY PHILIP CUTCHIN, Jn. .......,.. I A T Ag First Year Football Team. JOSEPH HENRY CUTCHIN ........ I TED DALTON .................. I Washington Literary Society. LESTER STUART DAME .............,... I .... JAMES RANDOLPH VIVIAN DANIEL .... 2 .... JAMES PURNELL DAUGHERTY, JR. ..... 3 AA HARRIS DAVENPORT ............. .. . 2 . . .. 41' 1' Ag Track Squad. WILLIAM FORREST DAVENPORT ....... I .... ALFRED ROLAND DAVIDSON ..... . . . I . . . . 24112 ' HEATH DULANY DAVIDSON .... .... 2 .... A T Ag German Club. IIOME ADDRESS . . . . .I7ran.Iclin, Virginia .....FranlcIin, Virginia . ..... Pulaski, Virginia . . . . . Granby. Massachusetts .. . .Richmond, Virginia . . . . .PortsmoutI'i, Virginia . . . . . San Antonio, Texas ..... . . . .Abingdon, Virginia .....Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada . . . . .McLean, Virginia JOHN HENRY DAVIDSON .........,..... 4 ................. ..... M cLean, Virginia A T A: 'Skull and Keys: Eli Bananag P. K.: German Club. ARTHUR BEVERLY DAVIES, JR. ....,... 3 ...., ....,. ..... C I ifton Forge, Virginia ALFRED BURWELL DAVIS .............. 3 ........................... Norfolk, Virginia fb I' Ag A Hg German Club: Assistant Editor CORKS AND CURLSJ Reportorial Staff CoIlcge Topics: "cVc"g Adjunct Manager Football Team. BROOKS DAVIS ......... .... ........ I ............. E N ERNEST D. DAVIS, JR. ...... .. I JAMES FOXWORTHY DAVIS .,.. . .. I JOHN MAXWELL DAVIS .......... , . . I . . . . A 'I'g First Year FootI:aII Squad. JOHN STAIGE DAVIS, JR.. ............... 3 ..,......... . A K Eg A Hg Eli Banana, IMPg P. K., German Club. LESLIE DAVIS DAWSON ................ 2 ......... WILL CAMPBELL DAWSON ..... ... I .... LOUIS LAFAYETTE DEAL .... 111 A G . . . , Arlington, Massachusetts . . . . Standardsville, Virginia . . . .FIemings.burg, Kentucky . . . . .Roanolce, Virginia . . . . . University, Virginia . . . . . Woodbridge, Virginia . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . .Springfield Missouri I9-21 QllUtIi5 HIIIJ QILIY I5 47 IACULICHIIC Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HERBERT DABNEY DEANE ............. 3 ...... A ll ORMAND CARTER DEANE .... .... 2 THOMAS FINLEY DEBNAM ... .... 2 .... JOSEPH JOHN DEBRITA, JR. ..... .... 2 WILLIAM HUNTER DEBUTTS ...... .... I .... A If IC: First Year Football Team. WILLIAM QUINBY DE FUNIAK ......... 2 .... WILLIAM ALEXANDER DEITRICK ...... I .... X qt: First Year Football Team. JCI-IN HENRY HUTCHINCS DENNIS, JR. Jefferson Society. 2 .... WILLIAM TINSLEY DENT ..... .... 2 KID A 0 JOI-IN DRAYTON DEPEW ..,............. 4 I3 0 llg Skull and Keysg T. I. L. K. A.: P. K.: German Clulng Cap JOHN RYAN DEVEREUX, JR. ............ I I X CARROLL FONTAINE DEWEES ......... 2 Tl-IOMAS EMORY DE WOLFE ..... .... I MACDONALD DICK ........... .... 3 DUDLEY DICKENSON ................... I 9 X THEODORE. EARNEST DICKENSON ..... I WEBSTER EMERSON DIEHL ............. I GEORGE BUDD DILLARD ................ 3 B U llg Instructor in French ancl Chemistry. JULIAN DILLON ................,........ .... . .. WASHINGTON IRVING DIXON .... .... 2 .... JAMES AUGUSTINE. DONLON ..... .... I II K A THEODORE I-IOOPER DORSEY .... I :IJ xl! HOME ADDRESS . . . . University, Virginia .. Charlottesville, virginia ........sus01k, virginia Long Island, New York Upperville, virginia . . . . .LouisvilIe, Kentucky . . . . Norfolk, Virginia . . . . . . . .WI1arton, Texas Montgomery, Alabama .PIainf1eld, New Jersey tain Wresling Team. Chevy Chase, Maryland . . . .Keswick, Virginia . . . . . . Seattle, Washington Sumter, South Carolina . . . . . .DanviIIe, Virginia St. Paul, Virginia Eureka Springs, Arkansas Charlottesville, Virginia Fayetteville, West Virginia . . . . . . . Norfolk, Virginia Los Angeles, California . . . . .Baltimore, Maryland 48 Qtlurks ann Gttlurls 1921 IA cademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HARVEY DOUGLAS ............ ,........ . I ....... ..... LAWRENCE WINGFIELD DOUGLAS ..... 2 9 X, Jefferson Society. BENNETT JEFFRIES DOTU .... Elizabethtown, Ballston, HOME ADDRESS Kentucky Virginia ...... Wichita Falls, Texas WILBUR REECE DOVE ..... 4 ..... Biloxi, Mississippi H K A EBER CLIFTON DOWNES ..... 3 .... Copeville, Virginia ADRIAN PHILIP DOWNING ..... 2 . . . .... Brewton, Alabama ROBERT BAYLOR DRIVER ..... I ..... Norfolk, Virginia WI, I' A WILSON ELLIOTT DRIVER, AIR. .... .. . 3 . . . ..... Norfolk, Virginia 11: r A, A H HOWARD ESTES DUDLEY .... . . . 3 ..... Danville, Virginia A K E CAMERON COLEMAN DUKE .... . . . I .... Charlottesville, Virginia Z XI' JAMES COUSAR DUNLAP ........,....... 2 .. . .... Atlanta, Georgia K Ag Skull and Keys: German Cluln. JOHN IVIINGE DUNLOP, .................. 5 ......... . .... Petersburg, Virginia CII K Eg A Hg T. I. L. K. A.: P. K., German Club. THOMAS DUNN ......................... 2 .,..... ...,. P eterslaurg, Virginia A X P5 Jefferson Society. LESLIE ROLAND DYER ..... .. . 2 .... Virginia Beach, Virginia 2 'I' E ALFRED KEMPER EAGLE .... .. . 3 . .. ...... Doe Hill, Virginia FRENCH EAGLE .......... I ..... Little Rock, Arkansas E A E JOSIAH HINER EAGLE .... 3 .......... Doe Hill, Virginia PERCY PERRY EAGLE .... . .. I . .... Roncevertc, West Virginia WILLIAM EATON, JR. ...,.... . Z 'I' GESSNER HARRISON ECI-IOLS .....,..... 2 X T9 Skull and Keysg Eli Banana: PORTER BURKS ECHOLS ....... HENRY ,IETER EDMUNDS .... ,..2 German Club. Glasco, . . . .... Brookline, Massachusetts . . . . . . . . .University, Virginia Virginia . . . 2 . . . .... Kilmannock, Virginia 1921 Qlurks H1111 QE 49 lflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE DAVENPORT PASCAL EDWARDS ....... I ....... 'I' A 0 LAWTON FORD EDWARDS ..... I RAYMOND JASON EDWARDS .... I MORRIS EFFRON ............. ... I ... LESLIE F. EGBERT ...... I JOHN CLIFFORD ELEY ... ... I ... G A X RICHARD CANNON ELEY ......... 2 EDWIN BRECKENRIDGE ELLIS ..... I A TI' A WILLIAIVI NICI-IOLSON ELLIS ..... 3 . .. A Xg Jefferson Society. jOI-IN ROLAND ELLISON. jk. ..... I WALTER MURREY ELSWICK ..... 2 WALTER CHARLOT ENGMAN .... 2 A T S2 HAROLD A, ESMOND. ..,. I ll 'I' IG CHARLES HAWES EVANS .... 2 A A DAVID PHILIP EVANS .......... Z A A ANTHONY FOSTER EVERETT ..... .. . I . . . ECCLES DEWEY EVERHART ..... . . . I . . . OTHO EDWIN FALLS, ja. ..... ... I ... TILDEN BRYAN FALLS ..... ... I ... JAMES ANDERSON FANT ...........,.... 4 . . , B U llg German Clubg Boxing Team. WILLIAM BENSON FARANT, JR. ......... I KI' I' A FRANCIS JOHN FARMER ........... ... I .. . LAURENCE GRETTER FAWCETT ....... 4 HUBBART MOYLAN FEILD ......... I HOME ADDRESS . . . .Dawson, Georgia ....Fon Wnrih, Texas . . . . .Allavista, Virginia ....Miiehelt, Indiana Tonlon, Illinois ....SuE0lk, Virginia . . . . . .SuIfolk, Virginia . . . . Maryville, Tennessee . . . . . Tallahassee, Florida . . . . Suffolk, Virginia . . . . . Coalton, Virginia . . . Suffolk, Virginia . . . . .Utica, Illinois . . . . .Lynchburg Virginia . . . . .Lynchburg, Virginia . . . . . . . .Portsmouth, Virginia High Point, North Carolina . . . . . . .PorlsmouIh, Virginia . . . . Shelby, North Carolina . . . .Fort Worth, Texas . . . . . Norfolk, Virginia . . . . .New Caslle, Delaware . . . . .AIexandria, Virginia . . . .New Orleans, Louisiana 50 Qtlurks ann Qlurls 1921 Iflcazfemic ClassJ NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS JOHN SHAW FEILD ...................... 2 .......................... Richmoncl, Virginia A 'Pg German Club: Reportorial Stall College Topics: Assistant Editor CORKS AND CURLS. CHARLES ROGERS FENWICK ............ 3 ....... E Ng A Hg "Vu: Football Team. CHARLES ANDERSON FERGUSON ...... 3 A XP: Skull ancl Keys: P. K.: German Club. .. . . . . . . . .AIexandria, Virginia . . . . .Newport News, Virginia HOM1-:R LENOIR FERGUSON, JR. ......... 3 ...........,.......... Newport News, virginia A XP: Skull ancl Keys: T. I. L. K. A.: P. K.: German Club: Assistant Editor CORKS AND CURLS: Assistant Manager Track Team. JAMES EIVIIVIET FERGUSON .............. I .....,,............ ........ L ouisa, Kentucky PRICE DE LA VERGNE FESSENDEN ..... I ..... Tampa, Florida E A E HARRY HERBERT FIELD ..... . . . I . . . . . . Asheville, North Carolina IVIAURICE A. FINN .......... . . . I . . . ....... Petersburg, Virginia 9 A X BENJAMIN FICKLIN FINNEY, JR. ......... 2 .......... . B 9 U: Reportorial Staff College Tapicsf Glee Club. HORACE MONTGOMERY FISHER, JR.. . . I . . . . . . . ......RichmoncI, Virginia . . . . .PlainIieIcI, New Jersey B 9 TI LAWRENCE V. FISCI-IER .... .. . I Washington, District of Columbia A X A CLARENCE B. FITCHETT ...... ...... I ...... Sea View, Virginia BEN THOMAS FITZ-HUGH ............... 3 ........................ Vicksburg, Mississippi A 'Pg Skull and Keys: T. I. L. K. A.: F. K.: German Club: Fraternity Representative Comics AND CURLS. ALFRED JAY FLANAGAN ...... ....... I ......... HUGH NEELY FLEIVIIVIING, JR. ........... I .......... . 9 A X3 Washington Literary Society: Cosmopolitan Club. RICHARD BLAND LEE FLEMING ........ 2 ......... WILLIAM CORNELIUS FLEMING ........ 2 'E A E ' ALBERT FLETCHER, III .................. I 2 X RICHARD REYNOLDS FLORANCE, JR.. .. I Je flerson Society. Farmville, North Carolina . . . . . . . Erie, Pennsylvania . ....TI1e Plains, Virginia . . . .Augusta, Georgia . . . . . Warrenton, Virginia . . . .RichmoncI, Virginia 1921 Qlnrks ann Qlurls 51 Iflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS SEABORN JONES FLOURNOY ........... I ......... ..... P ortsmouth, Virginia A X 1' JAMES FRANK FOLK ..... . . . 3 . . . ..... Durbin, West Virginia NOLAND FONTAINE, JR. .... .. . 2 ..... Memphis, Tennessee E A E CARL STUART FORSBERG, JR. ........,.. I 'It 1' Ag Captain First Year Basket-Ball Team. BERNARD WILLIAM FORSHEE .......... I CARL LAZARUS FORST ...... . .. .. . I Z Ii T HENRY POYAS FOSTER ..,.............. I A K Eg Captain First Year Football Team. FRANCIS MERIWETI'IER FOWLKES ..... I 0 X NICHOLAS JAMES FRANCISH.. 2 0 A X WALTER MCINTYRE FRANCIS ..... 2 I X I-IASWELL DUNKLEY FRANKLIN ........ 2 CEYLON BULLARD FRAZER, JR. ......... 2 . . . . . Norfolk, Virginia West Point, Virginia Birmingham, Alabama . Knoxville, Tennessee Burkeville, Virginia Washington, District of Columbia . . . . . Wilmington, Delaware ..... . . .. Hillsville, Virginia . . . . .Memphis, Tennessee 23 A Eg 13 A X: Skull and Keysg Assistant Business Manager The Virginia Reel: Assist- ant Assignment Eclitor College Topics: Jefferson. Society. RICHARD MCILWAINE FRAZER ......... I ......... . . .. HENRY BOWEN FRAZIER, Jn. ..... 2 RICHARD FRENDENBERG ..... ... I HENRY BASCOM FULLER, JR. .... 2 AURELIUS SYDNEY FURCRON .......... 4 WILLIAM MILLER GAMMON ............ 2 ll K A: Skull and Keysg First RAYMOND ALFRED CANDY .. 111 xl: HAROLD PHILIP GANSS .... I Z II 'I' I LAWSON TATE C-ARNER ..... Year Basket-Ball Team, I920. . . . ..... 2 ........... . . . . . . . .RicI1moncI, .......Graham, . . . . . . . Charlottesville, Bennettsville, South . . . . . . .The Plains, . . . ....... Bristol Virginia Virginia Virginia Carolina Virginia Virginia . . . . . Stamford, Connecticut Washington, District of Columbia . . . . .I-Iuntsville, Alabama 52 Qllnrks ann Qlurls 1921 IAcadcmic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE LAWSON B. GARRETT ..... ....... I ...... ANTONIO GENTILE ,......... .... . .. I .... , .. ROBERT ALLEN GIBBONS ............... 3 ........... 41' K Wg Skull and Keysg Business Manager Glee Club. JOHN EMERSON GIBBS ...... .... . . . I .... . .. Glee Club. MATTHEW SAUNDERS GIBSON .... ... 2 .... A II MACK WILSON GIBSON ..... ... 2 .... SAMUEL BENJAMIN GILL ........ I ROBERT HILLIARD GLADDEN ..... I HENRY CARLISLE GLEASON ..... 3 CLIFTON BERNEY GLEAVES ............ 2 ........... K Eg A U, German Club, First Year Track Team, I920. WILMER FREDERICK GODWIN .......... I ......... 111 K E ALFRED VERNON GOODMAN .... . . . 2 . . .. SOLOMON LOCK GOODMAN ,....... . . . I . . . . BURNELL NEWMAN GOODRICH ........ I .... THOMAS CAMPBELL GOODWIN ......... 2 ..,. THOMAS RUTHERFOORD GOODWIN I KD K E HENRY HOBSON GOSNEY ........ 3 LINCOLN ROUNDS GOWARD ............ I .... E Ng First Year Cross Country Team. NEILI.. SMITH GRAHAM, IR. ......... .. . I .... ROLAND W. GRAHAM ....... I ROBERT EDWIN GRAHAM .... . . . I . . . . THOMAS EPPES GRAHAM ..... 2 0 X HOMER MARVIN GRANDSTAFF .... I LE'WIS WILLIAM GRAVES, JR.. . . . . . 2 . . . , 9 A X5 Jefferson Society. HOME ADDRESS . . . .CartersviIle, Virginia . . . . . Suffolk, Virginia . . . .RoanoIce, Virginia ,.... Guilford, New Yorlr . . . . .SL Louis, Missouri . . . . Statesville, North Carolina .. . .Wicon1ico Cliurcli, Virginia . . . .Ricl1l9urg, South Carolina . . . .Clifton Forge, Virginia . . . .Roanolce, Virginia . .. Cliuclaatucl-1, Virginia . . . . ,Raleigh North Carolina ...... Norfolk, virginia Brownsville, Texas . . . . .Ricl1moncI, virginia . . . . .nochesren New York ...,.... .Witt, Virginia . . . .Taunton, Massachusetts . . . . . . San Antonio, Texas . . . . . Cliarlollesville, Virginia ..........AIexanclria, Virginia Townesville, North Carolina ........Br1stoI, Virginia . . . .Liberty Mills, Virginia 192' Qlorks ann Qlur I5 53 IA caclemic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE RICHARD JOSEPH GRAYSON .... . ..... I K Ag First Year Traclc Team. JOHN DISMUKES GREEN ...... .... E A 15: Glce Club. JULIAN I-IARTRIDGE GREEN .....,,..... FENDALL LITTLEPAGE GREGORY, III.. Reportorial Staff College Topics, 2 2 2 THOMAS CLAYTON GRIFFIN ..... .... E X 2 3 SIMS GUCKENHEIMER ..........,....... Z B T: Reportorial Staff College ALEXANDER ROBERT GULD ........ .. I iI1 E ll VVALTER. ISAAC GUTI-IIVIAN ..... .... I LOREN P. GUY ............... .... I REGINALD I-IASKENJOS .......,. . . I RICHERD WALLACE HAGAN, JR. ........ Z jefferson Society. TI-IOIVIAS SELLMAN HALL ..,............ ii- K Eg A Ilg T. 1. L. K. A., P. K.: "V" 2 Club. EDWIN CROWELL HAMBLEN I.... .... 3 JOHN BLAND HAMILTON ............... I WILLIAM ROBERTSON HANCKEL ....... 2 A 11: Adjunct Business Manager College Top IRWIN CLAY HANGER ................... 2 II K A LANDON FLEMING HANKINS ........... 4 "V"g Football and Basket-Ball Teams. PHILIP MAURY I-IARDING, ja. ........... I A 'I' ROBERT B. HARGROVE ......... .... I BERT ALEXANDER I-IARLESS ...., .... 2 EX Topics 1 jefferson Society. 5 Football Team: ics. HOME ADDRESS . . . . . Selma, Alabama . . . .New York, New York . . . .Savannah, Georgia . . Lynchburg, Virginia . Annapolis, Maryland . . . Savannah, Georgia . .Portsmouth, Virginia . . . Savannah, Georgia . . . . .Norfolk, Virginia . . . . San Antonio, Texas . . . .Chattanooga, Tennessee . . . Lothian, Maryland Executive Council Virginia . . . . Greenville, Mississippi . . . . .University, Virginia . . . . Norfolk, Virginia . . . .Staunton, Virginia . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . .VicIcsburg, Mississippi . . . . . .Dallas, Texas . . . . .Atlanta, Georgia 54 QIIJIZIKS HUD QIIIIIIS I9-21 . lflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE CHARLES GREEN ANDREWS I-IARMON. I ........ K Eg Jefferson Society. HOWARD RICHARD HARNER ..... ARCHIE I-IICKLEY HARRISS, JR.. X fI'g First Year Football Team. CARL ALFRED HARRIS .......... . . . GERMAIN COLFAX HARRIS ..... JOSEPH ADDISON HARRIS ........ EDMUND RANDOLPH HARRISON ....... B 9 II RANDOLPH HARRISON, jn.. . . . II' I' A PARKER ELLIS HART ........ . . . WILLIAM DUNCAN HART ..... 9 A X EDMUND ASHBY HARWOOD ..... .... G A X SAMUEL STAKELEY HATCHETTE ...... A X P EDWIN CLARK I-IATHAWAY, jR....,.... 'I' K Eg A Hg T. I. L. K. A.g IMPg P. K.: Team, I 920. PAUL KINGSBERRY HAWKS .... SAMUEL TULL HAY, JR. ..... THOMAS JOSEPH HAYS ..... E Ng Football Squad. CHARLES LEWIS HAYWOOD, JR.. ...... . Jefferson Society. RAYMOND THOMAS HEALY ...... . . . EKIJE ALFRED GILLIAM HEARN ............... ROBERT TOWNSHEND DADE I-IEATON. GEORGE SAMSON I-IELLER .............. QI? E IIg Jefferson Society. German Clubg HOME ADDRESS . . . .Poplarville, Mississippi . . . . . .Ell:ton, Virginia . . . . .Richmonr.'l, Virginia . . . . .New Albany, Maryland . . . . Guntersville, . . . .Spottsylvania, . . . . Louisville, . . . . Lynchburg, Danville, . . . . .North Garden, . . . .Williamsburg, . ....... Marion, Alabama Virginia Kentucky Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Alabama . . . . .Pl1iladelphia, Pennsylvania Manager Varsity Football . . . . . . Lambsburg, Virginia .. . . Newport News, Virginia . . . . . Hallandale, Mississippi . . . . Durham, North Carolina . . .South Windham, Connecticut . . . . . . . . .University, Virginia . . . . . Peonian Springs, Virginia . . . . . . .Richmond, Virginia 1921 Qtlurks ann Qlurls 55 Iflcademic Ciassl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE Hom: ADDRESS JAMES BUCHANAN HENDERSON ....... DANIEL JOHN HENNESSY ............... B 9 II: First Year Football Team. PAUL KIRBY HENNESSY .......... 13 9 II GEORGE WILLIAM HESS ...... WILLIAM DANIEL HICKERSON .... JAMES WARD HICKS .......... WILLIAM FIELDS I-IICKSON A T sz, All JOSEPH CONWAY I-IIDEN .... BAE HENRY HARRINC-TON I-IILL ..... Jellerson Society. GRANBY HILLYER, JR. ............ . ST. GEORGE CREAGI-IE HILLYER ........ ROBERT LEE I-IINDS ..................... Z3 N: Reportorial Staff College Topics. JOHN FAIRCLIFFE HODGES ....... HENRY BELL HODGKINS, JR. ..... . WHITNEY CALHOUN HODGMAN ....... ASBURY HALL HODGSON ...,........... X 'ltg A II: T. I. L. K. A.: P. K.: C Cfma ADOLPH OTTO HOEFELD, JR. .......... . CHARLES EMMETT HOFFMAN .... ALAN JEROME HOFHEIMER .... Z B 'I' RICHARD DAVID HOFHEIMER .... Z Ii 'I' PIOWARD ARTl"IUR HOLLAND .... First Year Football Team. SIDNEY WALKER HOLMAN ..... JOHN ARTHUR HOLMES ..,... RUFUS KYLE I-IOLT ....... I ...... .... W asliington, District of Columbia I .. ......... New York, New York I ..... New York, New York I . . . .... University, Virginia I . . . ....... Remington, Virginia 2 .... ..... R ecl Jacket, West Virginia 3 .... ....... I.. yncliburg, Virginia 3 .... .... P ungoteague, Virginia I . . . .... Charlottesville, Virginia I . . . ..... Lamar, Colorado 2 .... .... La mar, Colorado 2 .... ...... T upelo, Mississippi 2 .,.. .... C amluridge, Massachusetts I . . . ...... Savannah, Georgia I .. ..... Yonkers, New York 3 ..,.................... Birmingham, Alabama n Club, "VU: Baseball Team. I ....... ..... ....... . . . New Orleans, Louisiana I .. .... Little Rock, Arkansas I . . . .... Norfolk, Virginia 2 .... . . . . Norfolk, Virginia I . . . .... Norfolk, Virginia 3 .... .... G Iasgow, Kentucky 2 .... ...... I-I untsville, Alabama 4 .... ..... P ort Norfolk, Virginia 56 Qlurks-ann Qlut I S I 92I Iflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE TAYLOR HOLT ............ ........ I WILLIAM CAREY HOLT ..... .... 2 EVERETT RUSH HOPKINS ..... .... 3 K A M ROBERT BARNES HOPKINS ..... .... I JUNIUS MORRIS HORD ........ .... 2 Washington Literary Society. CHARLES JOSEPH HORGAN ..... .... 3 A X P HENRY JACOB HORNBROOK ........ .. I CAPERTON BRAXTON HORSLEY ....... I HENRY PALMER ENSIGN HOWARD .... 2 E 'Il E PAXTON HOPE I-IOWARD .............,. 2 HOME ADDRESS Macidison Heights, Virginia . . . . . . . Hampton, Virginia . . .McGaI1eysvilIe, Virginia . .... Boston, Massachusetts . . . . .RicI1moncI, Virginia . . . . .RossIyn, Virginia ..WheeIing, West Virginia . . . . . . .RicI1mom'I, Virginia . . . .DanviIIe, Virginia . . . . .TuIsa, Oklahoma 3 T: Washington Literary Socielyg Reportorial Staff College Topics. THOMAS BROOKE HOWARD ............ 2 WILLIAM PAUL HOWARD ..... .... 2 JAMES BLAKE I-IOWE, JR. ........ .... 2 E X KENNETH BLACKMAN HOWK.. ,....... I GARLAND REID HUBBARD .............. 2 2 Ng Football Squacig Boxing Team. JAMES HUDSON HUPPARD .............. 3 DANIEL ELLIOTT HUGER, JR. ..... .... 2 A T S2 THOMAS ABRAM HUGUENIN ........... I A 'Pg First Year Cross Country Squad. HENRY CAREW HUNT ................ , . . 4 A K E9 P. K.: German Club. WILKIE WYSOR HUNT ........... ..I. I JOSEPH CHATHAM HUNTER ...,.. .... 2 NORVELL DARIUS HUNTER .........,... 5 A X Pg Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURLS. GRAVILLE R. HUTCHINSON ............. I ...... . . . .AIexandria, Virginia . . . .WoodIawn, Virginia . . . . .Seattle, Washington .. . . . . .NorfoIIc, Virginia . . . . . Bardstown, Kentucky .. Graham, Virginia Charleston, South Carolina .CharIeston, South Carolina . . .New Orleans, Louisiana . . . . .PuIasIci, Virginia . . . . Memphis, Tennessee . . . . . Mechanicsburg, Ohio . . . .Ashburn, Virginia 1921 tliurtxs ann Qtlurts 57 Iflcaalemic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE JAMES INGLIS ................. ....... 2 ..... JOSEPI-I CORNELIUS INMAN .... I 0 X EDWARD NELSON ISLIN ..... I Jefferson Society. I-IORACE ALLEN JACKSON ....... I RAYMOND LAVILLON JACKSON ........ 2 .... SAMUEL SPENCER JACKSON ..... t A T II LODOWICK CROFOOT JACOBS ..... I K E EARLE FREDERICK JACER ..... I MEREDITH MINOR JANVIER ..... 4 GRAHAM WYLIE JARVIS ..... I FREEMAN NAPIER JELKS .... I Wasliington. Literary Society. ALFRED PEYTON JENKINS .............. 3 ............... K A5 Skull and Keys: Assistant Eclitor The Virginia Reel. HOME ADDRESS Red Bank, New Jersey . . . . Greensboro, Florida . . . . .Newport News, Virginia . . . . . .Dixon, Kentucky . . . .Keswick, Virginia . . . . .Ricl1moncI, Virginia . . . .Pontiac, Michigan ..-New York, New York ... Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . .. Norfolk, Virginia . . . . .I-Iawkinsville, coorgro . . . . . . .Richmond Virginia MICAH JENKINS .................... 2 . .. ...... .... IVI organton, North Carolina WILLIAM MCKENZIE JENKINS ........... 3 ....... .,...... ............ N o rfolk, Virginia 'I' 1' Ag A II: German Club: Circulation Manager The Virginia Reel. WINBOURNE TERRY JENKINS .......... 4 ...................... Newport News, Virginia ll K Ag Ii A Mg Skull and Keysg German Clubg Instructor in Chemistry. EDWIN SHERMAN JENNEY ..... .,..... I ....... . . ........ New York, New York B 0 II JAMES WILKINSON JERVEY, JR. .... 2 A T sz, A II ROBERT DRANE JEWETT, Jrr.. .. I JAMES GIBSON JOI-INSON, JR. ..... 2 LEWIS BENJAMIN JOHNSON, JR .... 4 K A M WALKLEY ELMES JOHNSON ..... I E 'II E . . . . .GreenvilIe, South Carolina Wilmington, North Carolina . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . Charlottesville, Virginia Concord Wharf, Virginia 58 Qturks ann Qiutls 192' Iflcaclcrnic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS JAMES MILLER JOHNSTON .............. 2 ................ ..... C baltanooga, Tennessee fl' K Eg A Hg German Club: First Year Track Team. I920. SUMMERFIELD KEY JOHNSTON ........ 3 ..... .................. C hattanooga, Tennessee 11' K Eg Skull ancl Keys: Eli Bananag Secretary Jefferson Society Second Term. WILLIAM THOMAS JOHNSTON ......... I ......, ............. EDWIN FRANCIS JONES ........ ..,. I EMMETT LEE JONES, JR. ,.... .... I ERSKINE RAMSEY JONES ..... .... I H K A ELDRED SIMKINS JONES, JR. ..... .... 2 JOHN BOLLING JONES, JR. ..... .... I II K ,I J. IRVINO JONES ........,........ .... I LANGHORNE REGINALD JONES ........ I 9 X IVIACAJAI-I CLARKE JONES, JR. .... .... I PRESLEY R. JONES ........... .... I ROBERT RAIVISAY JONES ..... .... 3 ..... STUART PANNILL JONES ...... .... I e x HENRY FRANCIS JOHNSBURG .... .... I ROBERT DENNING JORDAN ....... .... I 11, Ii Ag First Year Football Team. EDWARD WILLIS JOUETT .....,. .... I HOUSTON CLAY JOYNER ...... .... 3 WILLIAM JEFFERSON JUDD ..... .... 2 ..... AX JAMES CI-IAPPELLE JUSTICE .... .... I . .. ELIJAH FLETCHER KAHLE, JR. .... .... 2 .. . Glee Club. HARRY GLENN KAMINER, JR. ........... 2 ........ .. .. E A Eg Sl-:ull and Keysg C-lee Club: German Club. . Cleveland, Tennessee Waterbury, Connecticut Cumberland, Maryland . . . . . Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania . . . . Hampton, Virginia . . . . . Petersburg, Virginia .Clifton Forge, Virginia . . . . .Chatl'Iam, Virginia . . . . . . . .Glaclys, Virginia North Garclen, Virginia . . . . . Mt. Pleasant, Virginia . . . . .ChatlIam, Virginia .SL Petersburg, Floricla . . . . . . .Eastlancl, Texas . .Winchester, Kentucky . . . . . Amherst . . . .Ricl'1mond, . . . . Charlottesville, . . . .Abingdom Cvlaclsclen, South Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Carolina I9-Zl Qlnrks HIIU QILIIIIS 59 Iflcadcmic Classl NAME YEAR IN cor.Lsc1: Home Annmass FRANK KATZENSTEIN .... ........ 3 ....... ..... S I1 reveport, Louisiana Z B T ROY CHARLES KEETON ..... I ..., ..... A tlanta, Georgia 22 A If DAVID CLYDE KEISTER ...... HARRY CARLISLE KEISTER ..... DICK LAPORTIE KEITH ...... IZA IC ALBERT STRAYER KEMPER, Jn. .....,... 3 ........ . A T 53: Skull and Keys: Eli Banana, CLARENCE EDGAR KENNEDY .... JOHN FARRELL KILLORIN, Jn.. . .. HAROLD CLIFFORD KIMMERLE .... ANGUS STANLEY KING ......... BARRINGTON KING ..... E X EDWARD HARMON KING ..... THOMAS BOYCEKING .... PAUL SPICER KIPPING ......... OSCAR ARTHUR KIRKMAN, JR.. .. Secretary EI Liceo Hispano. LAWSON PIEL KISER ........ X :lr MARION COLUMBUS KISER ..... E A IC JAMES WILLIAM KISLING. JR..... EDWARD FELIX KLOMAN ....... Football Squad. . . . . . I I-IERMAN WHITEI-IEAD KLOTZ ......... I CHARLES EDWARD KNIGHT.. .,..,..... 3 .......... Sea Cli . . . . .TannersvilIe, Virginia .. . . . . . .UrIJana, Gldio . . . . .Beaumont, Texas . . . . Lynnwood, Virginia . . . . .PaducaI1, Kentucky . . . . . . . .DuIutl1, Minnesota ff, Long Island, New Yorlc . . . . . .Alexandria, Virginia . . . . .Rome, Georgia .I-Iuntington, West Virginia Speyten Duyval, New Yorlr . . .Johnson City, Tennessee I-liglm Point, North Carolina . . . . .AtIanta, Georgia . . . Atlanta, Georgia . . . .Grottoes, Virginia Fargo, North Dalcota . . . . University, Virginia . . . . . . University, Virginia Wasliington Literary Society: Corresponding Secretary El Liceo Hispano. C. LOUIS KNIGI-IT ................ ....... I ............. ...... ..... V a I rico, Florida JOHN HERBERT KNIGHT .... I .... .... A Iexandria, Virginia 60 Qllurks anti Qllurls 1921 Iflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN THOMAS ESTIN KNIGHT ................ I ALBERT SIDNEY KNOVVLES ............. Z Ng Skull and Keys: German Clubg Assis KINZLEY GALLOWAY KNOWLES ....... JOHN DEWEY KOEP ............... .. DIETRICK JOHN KOHLSAAT .... .. B 9 II JOHN G. KOLB ............... .... WARREN WOMACK KOONTZ ............ A E Pg If T3 Wasliinglon Literary Societyg COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS . ..... .... ........ , W lialeyville, Virginia 3 ................... East Falls Church, Virginia tant Business Manager College Topics. 2 I I ...,.........Staunton, Virginia . . . . .. . . . .Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . Santa Barbara, California 2. 4 Instructor in Philosophy. . . . ..... Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ...........................Roanolie. Virginia EDWIN DEWEES KYLE ....,............. 2 ...... .... ............. N o rfollc, Virginia SYLVESTER WELCH LABROT, JR. ....... 2 .... ..... N ew Orleans, Louisiana E X WILLIAM HENDERSON LABROT ......., 4 .... ..... N ew Orleans, Louisiana E X BENJAMIN DICKERSON LARY ....,..... 2 .... .... . .......... S cottsburg, Virginia WILLIAM HENRY LAIRD, JR. ............ I ............,.......... Wilmington, Delaware is K Eg Fraternity Representative Comics AND Cuiu.sg Reportorial Siaff College Topics. ROBERT HART LAKE .... .... ........ I .... ........ ........ G r e e nville, Mississippi 2 N LEWIS E. LAMB ............., .. I .... .......,...... S hellield, Alabama WILLIAM BOONE LANDIS ..... . . I .... .... W ashington, District of Columbia CHARLES FRANK LANIER ..... I .... ........,,.... A mericus, Georgia E A E CHARLES ROZIER LARKIN .... .,.. 2 .,.. ..... M a nassas, Virginia JAMES HENRY LAW, JR. ..... .. 'I .... ...... B enoit, Mississippi LEWIS ABNER LAW ............... .... 3 .... ..... S a ncly River, Virginia HENRY JEFFERSON LAWRENCE ........ 2 .... ..... R ichmond, Virginia Olee Clubg Assistant Art Editor The Virginia Reel. ELBERT AINS LIE LEAKE ................ HUGH RODMAN LEAVELI.. .............. I Jefferson Soeietyg Cross Country Squad. HOWARD MUNNIKI-IUYSEN LEE ........ LAWRENCE HAYWOOD LEE, Jn. .... .. I . . , Somerset, Virginia 2 ........ .. Louisville, Kentucky New York, New Yorlc 2 .... .... . . , .Monlgomery, Alabama 192' Qlnrks ann Qllur I5 6I Iflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN coi.Lnoz 4 2 NELSON CARVER LEITCI-I ............... LESLIE LAWRENCE ANTHONY LENTZ. ROBERT MCCLELLAN LESLIE, JR. ........ I WILLIAM NAPOLEON LESLIE .... I DAVID STUART LEVINSON ...,. I BENJAMIN LEVY ................ I BRANSFORD PRESLEY LEWIS ..... I FRANK MCCALL LEWIS ....... FULTON LEWIS, JR .............. I .... Cosmopolitan Club: Glen: Club. JAMES TAYLOR LEWIS .......... I JOI-IN TAYLOR LEWIS, Jn. .... I K E OSCAR DUDLEY LEWIS .... I MILES LILLY ............ I Jcflerson Society. ELLIS DICE LINEBERRY ......... l 2 ARGYLE WATSON LININGTON ..... CI-IARLES MARION LOVE ........ I Glee Club. JAMES B. LOVELACE ....... ......, . .. I ALLISON SOBEL LOVENTHAL, JR. ....... 2 'll E II CECIL LOWENBERG ... ... I Z li 'lf CI-IARLES EARL LOWMAN ..... . . . I Jefferson Society. MORRIS SAMSON LOWMAN ....... 3 MARSHALL HANCOCK LYNN ........... Assistant News Editor College Topics. 3 JOHN MCALLISTER ............... ... I .... EARL MCBEE .................... ... I JAMES I-IOLTZELAW MCCALL ..... l Jefferson Society. HOME ADDRESS . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . San Antonio, Texas . . . .I-Iunlsville, Alabama . . . .I-Iuntsville, Alabama . . . . Danville, Virginia . . . . . Hampton, Virginia . . . . .Crotons, Virginia .............Quitman, Georgia .Washington, District of Columbia . . . . . Farmville, North Carolina . . . . . . Clarksville, Virginia . . . . .Johnson City, Tennessee . .... Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . . . .CIiIIview, Virginia . . . . . .New Yorlc, New Yorlc . . . . .I-lunlington. West Virginia . . . . . Farmville, North Carolina . . . . . .Clevelz-ind, Ohio . . . . .Norfollg Virginia . Annapolis, Maryland . . . .Hiwassie, Virginia . . . . .Richmond Virginia . . . .WinchesIer, Virginia . , . . . . .Ensley, Alabama . . . .ChatIanooga, Tennessee 62 Hunks ann Qllur 15 1921 lAcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE LEE ADRIAN MCCARDELL .......... Assistant Eclitor The Virginia Reel. RICHARD SEATON MACCARTENEY. Cosmopolitan Club. ROBERT PLANT MCCAW .......... WILLIAM DODSON MCCLELLAN 'I' K iI'g Skull and Keysg German Club. JAMES WILLIAM MCCLINTOCKQ JR.. SAMUEL RUTHERFORD MCCLINTOCK .. THOMAS AUGUSTUS MCCOY ....... HUMPHREY ALBERT MCCRANIE. .. A II! EDWARD OVERTON MCCUE, JR.. . .. A T A LESLIE HALL MCCUE, Jn. .......... . SPENCER RANDOLPH IVICCULLOCH. . . . . Jefferson Society: Reportorial Staff College WILLIAM JAMES MCDOWELL ...... Jefferson Society. JAMES WARRIE MCELROY .... PAUL REGIS MCFALL .............. . ANDREW FRANKLIN MCFARLAND. GORDON STOCKTON MACFARLAND ..... WESLEY RAMSEY MCFERRAN ..... MARION PATRICK MACGILL ..... 111 K XI'g Skull ancl Keys. GEORGE DAVID MCGREGOR ..... A A HENRY DAVIS MCHENRY .......... 'I' K tI'5 Skull and Keysg German CI HUNTER BRANSON McKAY ........ WILLIAM LORING MCMORRIS, JR. .. A A ROBERT FEREBEE MCMURRAN .... LI 2 ....... . Z l.,.. 4 2 3 I I 2 3 l.., Topics. 3... 2 2... 2... I... 2... 2 3 4 2 I... HOME ADDRESS . . . . Braddock Heights. Maryland Washington, District of Columhia . . . . ,Cincinnatig Ohio . . . .RichmoncI, Virginia . . . .Belzoni, Mississippi . . . . , . . .Bc-:lzoni, Mississippi .. . . .Asheville, North Carolina . . . . . . Savannah, Georgia , . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . .. Strasburg, Virginia . . . .Richmoncl, Virginia . . . . . Memphis, Tennessee .. . . .Hilton Village, Virginia . . . . . . . .Green Bay, Virginia . . . . .Philaclclphizn Pennsylvania ......, . . . .Clevelancl, Ohio Ellicott City, Maryland . . . Lynchburg, Virginia . . . . .Louisville, Kentucky .. . . . .Bristow, Virginia . . . . .Portsmouth, Virginia . . . . .Porlsmoutl1, Virginia 1921 Qiinrks ann Qturls 63 lflcaclernic Classl NAME YEAR IN cou.i:c.i: HOME ADDRESS DAVID TENNEY MACNAIR ............... 3 . ....... ..... E ast Falls Church, Virginia Wasliinglon Literary Society. ANDREW VERNON McNEAL ..... .... 2 .... DONALD I-IANSEN McNEILL ......... .. I CLARENCE NUCKOLLS MCPEAK ........ 2 .... THOMAS ELLIOTT MCPI-IERSON ..... I JAMES LEONARD MCVOY ................ 3 .............. X 'IH Manager Boxing and Wrestling Team: German Club. NATHANIEL BAXTER MADDOX ........ 2 ..........., 23 A Eg Fraternity Representative Comes AND CUnLs. ROBERT LEE IVIAGANN .................. I ...... AUC-USTIN FREELAND IVIAGRUDER ..... I .... STANISLAW JOHN MAKIELSKI .......,.. 2 .... JOSEPH W. MALONE ....,...... .. I BURWELL DEAS MANNING ............. 2 .... A T Q SAMUEL WELLINGTON MAPI-IIS, Jn. .... I KI' K Z1 WILLIAM LUKE IVIARBURY, JR. .... .... 2 Reporlorial Staff College Topics. LEROY I-IECHT MARGOLIUS ..... .... 2 .... Z I-I T HUGH BROWNING MARSH ........ .... 2 ..., ALEXIS ABRAHAM MARSHALL ......... 2 .... ASI-IBY GODDIN MARTIN ........ .... 2 .... FRANCIS CLAIBORNE MASON ..... .... 4 .... Wasliington Literary Society. JAMES MURRAY MASON, IV .... .... 2 .... Z xl! IRVIN RAPHAEL MASSELI.. .... .... 2 .... COMO DOWD MASSEY, JR. ..... . . I . . . . CHARLES GERMAIN MASSIE ...... .... I .... A T Ag First Year Football Team. . . . . Fairport, Virginia . . . . Harrisonburg, Virginia . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . . . . .Leesburg, Virginia . . . .Selma, Alabama . . . . .AtIanta, Georgia . . . . .Plant City, Floricla . . . . . Starkville, Mississippi ...... . .South Bencl, Indiana . . . . .Charleston, West Virginia . . . .Columbia, sont. carolina .. .. Wmenron, virginia . . . .Baltimore Maryland .........N0.fo1k, virginia . . . . . Salisbury, North Carolina . . . . . . . . . Atlanta, Georgia . . . .Toano, Virginia . . . . . . . . . . .. Norfolk, Virginia Charles Town, West Virginia . . . . Newport News, Virginia . . . .Montclair, New Jersey . . . . . Minneapolis, Minnesota 64 Qtntks ann Eur I 5 I 921 lAcacIem'ic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE JAMES PLEASANTS MASSIE ............. 3 ....,......... Z XI'g Raven: Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURL5. ORLANDO HINTON MASSIE ....... .... I ............ ..... BQH DOUGLAS WATSON MATTHEWS ........ 2 ........................... E X5 Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURLS,' Interfraternily Programs Concessions of G. A. A.: German Club. FRANK JOSEPH MATTHEW, JR. ALBERT FRANK MAYER ........ Z B T JACK BURGESS MEEK .... .... I .. A 111 .... 3 ........ LOUIS ALAN MELSHEIMER ..... JOHN WILLIAM MENEFEE, JR... K Ag A Hg T. I. I... K. A.,9 P Manager Baseball Team. .Kg Secretary Academic Classy As RICHARD HILL MERRITT ..... .... I E A E ALBERT GALLATIN METCALFE .......,. I KI' K E HERMAN MITCHELL MEYER ..... .... 2 Jefferson Society. . CHARLES HERVEY MIEDEL .... .... I JOHN THOMAS MILES ...... .... I E f-I' E LEONARD OTIS MILES .,...... .... I CHARLES ALBERT MILLER ...,. ..., I CURNEY ERVIN MILLER .... .... I MAURICE JESSE MILLER .......... .... I FREDERICK COURSIN MILLIKEN ........ 2 First Year Traclc Team, I92Og First Year Basket-Ball, I920. CHARLES VENABLE MINOR ............. 3 ...........,........ HOME ADDRESS . . . . .Ricl1moncl, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia .Atlanta, Georgia Councils Manager ..New Orleans, Louisiana ...New Yorlc, New York Huntington, West Virginia . . . . .Cliase City, Virginia . Graham, Nortll Carolina sistant Clieer Leaclerg . . . .Pensacola, Florida . . . .lVIetcalfe, Mississippi South Richmond, Virginia . Wlieeling, West Virginia . .Jersey City, New Jersey . . . ,Evington, Virginia . . . . Lonolce, Arkansas . . . . Salisbury, Maryland . . . . . . . Norfolk, Virginia .Lansclowne, Pennsylvania . . , . . .University, Virginia I3 9 IT: Skull and Keysg Eli Bananag German Club: Clee Clubg Jefferson Society: Foot- lnall Squacl. ELDRED LISCOMB MINOR .... .... I .... .... EAE Plainville, Connecticut F921 Qllnpks ann Qlurls 65 fflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE ALLAN Cl-IARLES GRAY MITCHELL .... B U llg Cerclc Ocleon. CHARLES SUMMERS MITCHELL ........ A T A NATHAN RUFUS MOOMAW, Ja. .... BARNES THOMPSON MOORE .... B 0 II, Glcc Club. EGBERT SIMMONS MOORE, JR. ..... ERNEST MOORE, JR. ............. V. . . JOHN HERBERT MOORE ......... CHESTER HIRST MOOREI-IEAD ........,. FRANK HASTINGS MORTIMER, Jn. ..... . X 'Pg Skull and Keys: German Club. WILLIAM WARNER MOSS, Jn. .....,. JOSEPH LEWIS MULFORD .... . . . Z3 Ng Glce Club. HENRY MCCANTS MULKEY .... A X P SAMUEL IVIACINTOSH MURCHISON. . . . . . K Ag Fraternity Representative CORKS AND WILLIAM CECIL MURPHY ............... ISAAC TAYLOR MUSSER ..... I.. Wnsliington Literary Society. HENRY SAMUEL MYERS, JR. .... . . . JAMES ROLAND MYERS .... . . . A X P JOHN JAMES MYERS, JR. .... HERBERT NACI-IMAN .... . . . Z B T JAMES G. NAGEL ......... ALFRED SIDNEY NALLE .... 0 A X JAMES BARBOUR NALLE ..... O A X 2 .... 3 I... 3... 2 2... I... I... 2 2 2 2... 2 CURLS. 4 3 I... 3 I 2 I 4... HOME ADDRESS . . . .Universily, Virginia . . . . Tupelo, Mississippi . . . . . Roclcy Point, Virginia . . . . Tazewell, Virginia . . . . . .JacIcsonviIle, Florida . .. Lancaster, South Carolina . . . Charlottesville, Virginia ........ .Cl1icago, Illinois . . . New Orleans, Louisiana . . . . . .RicI'1moncl, Virginia . . . . West Point, Virginia . . . . . Linnsville, Arkansas . . . . Athens, Texas . . . . . . .Gainesville, Texas . . . .East Radford, Virginia . . . . .Forks of Buffalo, Virginia ... . . . . . . . .Basic, Virginia . . . . . Mattson, Mississippi .. . . . . . . . . . . . .Augusta, Georgia Washington, District of Columbia ..... . . . . . . . .ElIcwoocl, Virginia . . . . .EIkwoocl, Virginia 66 Qllurks all D Qlurls 1921 lflcaclcmic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS WILLIAM LANE NASH, JR. ..... ........ 2 ...... ..... G r aI1am, Virginia WILLIAM LEE NASH ..,.... .... I .... ..... N o rfollc, Virginia A X JAMES DABNEY NEFF ......... .. I .... ...... S taunton, Virginia BYRON LAIVIOTT NEIIVIEYER .... .. I ..., ..... L ittle Rock, Arkansas A T A KINLOCI-I NELSON ....... .... I .... ..... R i climoncl, Virginia NATE STUART NELSON .... .... I .... ...... R i clzmoncl, Virginia 'I' E II: Jeflerson Society. EDWARD GEORGE NESBIT .... .... I .... ..... S I1 ort Beach, Connecticut SCOTT I-IERRON NESBIT ......... .... 2 .... ...... W a rrenton, Virginia EX CAMPBELL WILLIAM NEWMAN ........ 'I' I' Ag A H: Eli Bananag "VH: Football Ball Team. 3 Team, I9I9-I920: Track Team, I920g Basket- ................,..............Dallas, Texas IOHN SHAW NEWMAN, JR. .... ...... I ......................... F rederick, Maryland DANIEL D. NICHOLS ............. .... I .... RUDOLPH ANGUS NICHOLS, JR. ......... 2 .... NORMAN COLEMAN NICHOLSON ,...... 3 .... . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . .RiclimoncI, Virginia .. Charlotte, Virginia 9 X5 Clee Club, Treasurer El Liceo Hispano. LEI-IMAN PATTON NICKELL ............. 2 ........ .... . WILLIAM NICKEL5 ...................... H K Ag Skull and Keys: German Club: MAYO SCOTT NININGER ............... RUFUS DANIEL NORRIS ................ CLAUDIAN BELLINGER NORTI-IROP, Jn.. Zi A E5 Skull and Keys. CHESTER REEVES NUCKOLLS .... .... I ALVIN OAKES .................,. .... 9 Xp President El Liceo I-Iispano. MELVIN OAKES ............... .... GX JOSEPH THOMAS O'FARRELL ..... .... I FRED NASH OGDEN .....,..... .... K Ag Glee Club. . . .I'IerncIon, Virginia . 4 ..................,.......... Bristol, Virginia Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURLS. . I .......... .... ....... W a ynesboro, Virginia . 2 .... ............... W averly, Virginia 2 .... .... W asliington, District of Columbia . . . . ...... I-Iillsville, Virginia 3 .... ..... G Iadys, Virginia 3 .... ..... G ladys, Virginia . . . . . . . . . .Petersburg Virginia 2 .... .... . New Orleans, Louisiana 192' Clarks ann Glllurls 67 NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE EUGENE I-IAWKINS OC-ILVIE.. ARTHUR JAMES OGLE ....... A X, Glee Club. BENJAMIN JOSEPH O'HARA. .. WARREN ALPHEUS OLIVIER . HERBERT WALTON O'MEARA Cross Country Team, I920. CHARLES ORCHARD. JR. .... . Instructor in. Chemistry. HARRY ALLEN ORR, JR ..... JAMES BENTLEY ORRICK .... JESSE LEWIS ORRICK, Jn.... JOHN MARSHALL OTEY, Jn... AIiEgA1lg P.K. LEONARD OTIS ......... Z1 N: Wrestling Team. RICHARD ANDREW OWEN .... 0 A X ROLAND FITZHUGI-I PADGETT ..... JAMES MORRIS PAGE, JR. ..... . li 6 Ilg Skull and Keys. HOME ADDRESS Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . . . East Cleveland, Ohio . . . . .Opelika, Alabama . . . . .Crewe, Virginia . . . .... Alexandria, Virginia . . . . . Danville, Virginia . . . Anderson, Virginia . . . . . . . .CumlJerlancl, Maryland . . . .... Cumberland, Maryland . . . .... Lynchburg, Virginia Brookline, Massachusetts . . . .... Clarksville, Virginia . . . ..... Spotsylvania, Virginia . . . ..... University, Virginia EDWARD MORTIMER PARRISH ......... 3 .......................... Richmond, Virginia A Ii E: Skull and Keys: T. I. L. K. A.: P. K.: German Club: Manager First Year Basket-Ball, I920. ROBERT RANDOLPH PARRISH .......... 3 ................. ..... R ichmond, Virginia A K E: Skull and Keys: T. I. L. K. A.: P. K.: German Club. RUSSELL PARRISH ...................... 3 .......................... Richmond, Virginia A K IC: E A X3 Skull and Keys: Eli Banana: P. K.: Historian Academic Class: Art Editor The Virginia Reel: Assistant Editor-in.-Chief Conxs AND CURLS: Vice Presi- dent Corks and Curls, Incorporated: Track Squad. THOMAS KIRK PARRISH, Jn. ..... ........ 2 .......................... R iclimond, Virginia II K A: Skull and Keys: T. I. L. K. A.: P. K.: German Club: Football Team: First Year Track Team, l92O. GUY SHERMAN PASCHAL .... . .. I ..... Chevy Chase, Maryland 68 Qllurks ann Qlurls 1921 lflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS ALAN GUY PATTESON ..... ,..... . ...... 2 ...... . . . . E A Eg A IIQ First Year Baseball Team, I92O. WILLIAM FLETCHER PEACH ..... ....... GARLAND POWELL PEED, Jn. ..... NEWTON CANNON PERKINS ...... .... E A E5 A IIQ German Club. RAYMOND GODSEY PERKINSON ........ MARC PETER, Jn. ................... 9 A X9 Cosmopolitan Club. JOHN -SAMUEL PETERS .......... . . . NICHOLAS CURTIS PETITJEAN .... ROBERT CORBIN PETTWAY ..... K E WILLIAM BRANDER PETTWAY ......... IVIempl'1is, Tennessee I .... .... U pperville, Virginia I .... .... P orlsmoulh, Virginia 2 .... ..,. IVI emplmis, Tennessee 3 .... .............. P ctersburg, Virginia I .... .... W asbington, District of Columbia I .... .... I -Iarrisonburg, Virginia I .... ....,.. R ayse, Louisiana I .... .... . Richmond, Virginia 5 .......................... Ricbmonrl, Virginia K Eg A U: Eli Banana, HZ", P. K., German. Clubg "V", Basket-Ball Team, I9I8- I9I9-I92O: Captain Basket-Ball Team, A. Boarcl, I9I9-I920. BENJAMIN GUINN PEYTON ..... K A GEORGE ADAMS PIERCE .......... WILLIAM CLEGHORN PITNER ........ WILLIAM WORTHAM PITT, JR. .... . Jefferson Society. JOSEPH LAWSON PLEASANTS ..... . II K A CHARLES LAFAYETTE PLUNKETT... EVERETTE JOSEPH POHL ............. FRANK CABENESS POLLARD , .... .. 2 X JOHN WILLIAM YOUNG POOLE ....... CLIFFORD HILLHOUSE POPE ..... .. X 'P EDWIN LUNDY POWELL .... K A I920g Baseball Team, I9I8-l9l9-I920g G. A. 4 .... ..... C Iwarloltesville, Virginia 2 .... ..... C harlottesville, Virginia 2 .,.. .... C Irattanooga, Tennessee 3 .... ..., L ocust I-Iill, Virginia I .... .... L yncbburg, Virginia 3 .... ..... B ethlebem, Pennsylvania 2 .... .... A Iexandria, Virginia 4 .... ..... U niversity, Virginia 2 .... .... F' etersburg, Virginia 3 .... .... W ashington, Georgia 2 .... ,.... N ew Orleans, Louisiana 1921 fElJlZlt5gt'ItIU Qturls 69 lAcaclem'ic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS JOHN HENRY PRATT, ju. .... ...... 2 ....... ..... T a mpa, Florida E A E JOEL JAY PRESSMAN .... 2 .... New York City Z li T BOGART ASHTON PRETLOW. , ,. ........ 3 ....................... .... F ranklin, Virginia 'I' l' Ag Skull and Keysg German Clubg Assistant Athletic Editor College Topicsg Lil- crary Editor The Virginia Reel: Assistant Manager First Year Football Team. l-IORRY FROST PRIOLEAU ............... 5 .........,.......... Charleston, South Carolina A ll'g Skull and Keysg Eli Bananag P. KJ German Clubg Business Manager College Topics. PETER BOOTHE PULMAN ..... . . . I . . . ..... Alexandria, Virginia O A X RAYMOND BRANDENBURG PURDUM.. 2 .... .... P rovidence Forge, Virginia Washington Literary Society. MOSELEY LITTLEPAGE. PUTNEY ....... l .... ..... C harleston, West Virginia 411 all ISAAC JAY QUESENBERRY .............. 4 ..... .... B arren Springs, Virginia President Washington. Literary Society First Term. ERNEST SYDNEY QUICK ........ ...... Z .. . ..... Bonham, Texas OCTAVIUS L. C. RADFORD, JR. ...., . . . 3 . . . . .... University, Virginia A X, It A it DANlE.l.. PAUL RALPH ................... 4 ..... Washington, District of Columbia Zi Ng First Year Baseball Team, l9l8. CLAUDE SWANSON RAMSEY ............ 2 ..................... Aheville, North Carolina I Ng German Clubg Athletic Editor College Topics fresignedj. WINFREY STUART RAMSEY . .....,..... 3 ....,................. .... A tlanta, Georgia Ii Ag German Club: Assistant Business Manager CORKS AND CURLS. GEORGE. PETTUS RANEY, Jn. .... . . . 3 ............................. Tampa, Florida K A CHARLES AUBREY RAY ..... . . . 2 . .. .... Charleston, West Virginia X 'Pg "V"g Football Team. LEGRAND LOCKWOOD REDFIELD ....... 2 ..... Glen Ridge, New jersey Z1 X CHARLES LEE. REESE, JR. .... . .. I . .. ..... Wilmington, Delaware ll K A V STAFFORD RENDER REEVES .... l . . . .... Tupelo, Mississippi EN 70 Qtlorks uno Glurls 1921 Ificadcmic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS SYLVAN REICHGUT . .. ....... 4 .............. Washington, District of Columbia 'I' E II SAMUEL A. REINACI-I, JR. ........ . ....... I ......... . .. 'I' E Hg Jefferson Societyg Reportoriai Staff College Topics. FOREST STANLEY REMSCHELL ......... 2 .......... FRANK WERNER RENNERT .... . . . 3 . . . fb r A THOMAS M. RETLEW .... . . . I . . . EIVIILIO RENZULLI ......,... .. . I . .. WATKINS LEICH RIBBLE ...... ... I ... Jefferson Society. CALDER RICE ......... . . . I . . , JONAS SHERN RICE, JR. .... ... I ... 'I' A 9 JOHN ADAIR RICHARDS ............,.. , . I . . . Washington. Literary Society. RICHARD CUNNINGHAIVI RICHARDSON I A T A CLAUDIUS JAMES RIDDICK .... 2 JOSEPH HENRY RIDDICK ................ 3 ....... Executive Board Virginia Uniong Jefferson Society. CHARLES MORTON RIDDLE, JR. .... I II K A ARCH JOHN RIGGALL ..... . . . I . . . Cnlee Club. GEORGE THOMAS RIGGIN ..... . .. 2 .. . . Jefferson Society. EARL FIELDS RIGHTSELL ..... I . .. Washington Literary Society. JAMES BLAINE RILEY ............ . .. I . .. ROGER RICHMOND RINEHART .... . . . I A K E HENCIL WRIGHT RING ............. . . . I . . . WILLIAM MACKINDREE ROBBINS ........ I . .. K E3 First Year Football Team. . . . .F'etersburg, Virginia . . . . .AIexancIria, Virginia San Antonio, Texas . . . . Coatsville, Virginia . ...Jersey City, New Jersey ... . . . . .HaIifax, Virginia . . . . Houston, Texas . . . Houston . . . . Owingsvilie, . . . Tunstall . . . . Sufioik, . . . Petersburg . . . . . . .DanviIIe, Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Huntington, West Virginia ... . Suffolk, Virginia La Grange, North Carolina Orangeburg, South Carolina Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . .Johnson City, Texas . . . Petersburg, Virginia 192' Qllurks HIIU Gut I5 7I Iflcadcmic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE BRADFORD EARL ROBERTS ..... ....... I ...... K A THOMAS HENRY ROBERTS, Jn. .... I WILLIAM LEE ROBERTS ................. 2 .... JAMES BROOKS AYRES ROBERTSON, JR. I .... If U Il: First Year Football Team. CLARENCE WILMORE ROBINSON, jn.... I K Z1 JOHN PIER ROEMER ..... ....... I .... Clce Club. LINWOOD NICHOLAS ROGERS ..... I VAN KINCANNON ROGERS ...... 2 A T ig German Club. SAMUEL KAGER ROLLER ...... ... I .... HENRY SMITH RORER ..... I .... E II' IC AARON ROSENSTEIN ...... ... I .... HOWARD CALVIN ROSS ..... 3 I A Ii, C-lee Club. MARION Tl-IOMAS ROSSER ...... 2 A X I' WALLACE HURTTE ROWE. Jn. .......... I NATHANIEL ROYSTER ROYALL, JR. .... 2 .............. . K Ag Skull and Keys: Assistant Manager Baskell-Ball Team. HEALY PARKER BACWELL RUE, JR. .... I . ............ .. . 21 fl' IE CRAIC-E RUFFIN ......... 2 'If K Pl ,IULIAN MEADE RUFFIN ..... 3 G A X WILLCOX RUFFIN ............... 3 E X FRANK ALEXANDER RUMSEY ..... 2 JAMES EDWIN RUNNELS, ja. .... I KDA 0 HOME ADDRESS . . Murfreesboro, Tennessee . . . .Baltimore, Maryland . . . . Whaleyville, Virginia Oklahoma City, Oklahoma . Newport News, Virginia . . . Milwaukee, Wisconsin . . .Yancey Mills, Virginia .. . Tupelo, Mississippi ......Luray, Virginia . . . . Lynchburg, Virginia . . . .I-Iampton, Virginia . . . . Memphis, Tennessee . . . .Porlsmoutl'i, Virginia . . . Pittsburg, Pennsylvania . . . . . .Palesline, Texas . . . Belle Haven, .. . . .Ricl1mond, .. ...Norfolk . . . . .Norfollg . . . . .Covington, . . . .Staunton, Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia 72 QIlUI7li5 HUD Qllllf Iflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN corner: 1 5 1921 HOME ADDRESS ARTHUR MARTIN RUSSELL, JR .......... I ...... ...... S oulh Bend, Indiana First Year Football. BOIES PENROSE RUSSELL ......... .... I .... . . . . . Washington, Virginia PERCY BLACKSTON RUSSELL, Jrt. ....... 3 ...............,......... Memphis, Tennessee E A E3 President German Club fresignedjg Adjunct Manager Football fresignedj. JONATHAN RIDDICK SANDERLIN ....... 4 ........ ................... N orfollc, Virginia 9 X JAMES GHISELIN SASSCER ...... ...... 3 ...... ..... U p per Marlboro, Maryland HOWARD WATKINS SAUNDERS ........ 2 ........ . ........ Hampton, Virginia 9 A Xg Fraternity Representative Comes AND CURLS. THOMAS LANIER SAWYER .... ........ I ................ ...... N o rfolk, Virginia JUNIUS IRVING SCALES ................. 2 .......................... Richmond, Virginia X KP: Skull and Keysg Eli Banana, P. KJ German Club: Assistant Manager Football Team. JAMES FOX SCI-IELL ..... .... 2 .... .... P h iIadeIpI1ia, Pennsylvania II! 1' A PHILIP BERYL SCHENK ..... .. I .... .... R oanolce, Virginia A X P JOHN HAMILTON SCHERER ............. 2 A T Ag Fraternity Representative Comes AND SIMION ARCHIBALD SCHLOSS, JR ....... I CURLS. .... . . .. .. ...Newport News, Virginia .New York, New Yorlc IRVIN SCHLOSS ..................... ., I .... ..... B altimore, Maryland Z B T CHARLES STELGNER SCHMIDLING. .... I .... ..... C Itarlottesville, Virginia WILLIAM HARRY SCHWARZSCHlLD,IR. I .... ..... R ichmond, Virginia 'I' E II ERNEST GERARD SCOTT .... .... 3 .... .... L y nclalnurg, Virginia 'IP A 9 JAMES LOUIS SCOTT .... .... 2 .... .... L y ncluburg, Virginia SAMUEL B., SCOTT ......... .... 3 .... ..... M o nroe Virginia 'STONER MINTER SCOTT .......... .... 2 .... .... L y nclilmurg, Virginia H K A CHARLES PHILANDER SCOVILL .... ' .... I OLIVER ORVILLE SCROGGIN, Jn. .... .. I BAE .... .. . .. Orangetown, Virginia . . . . . . . . .Little Rock, Arkansas F921 Qlurks ann Qlurls 73 Iflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN coruzcs Home Anrmsss WILLIAM WII-SON SCROGCIN ........... I ...,.. ..... L ittIe Rock, Arkansas EAE PI-IILIP LIGI-ITFOOT SCRUGGS. E A Eg A IIQ Manager First Y in CteoIogy. WILLIAM HENRY SEBRELL . .. BERNARD JACKSON SEWARD. II' K Z1 XVILLIAM ROYALL SEWARD ., 11' K E Lynchburg, Virginia ear Track Teamg Treasurer Jefferson Societyg Instructor .. ....2 . .PortsmoutI'1, Virginia THOMAS KENNERLY SEXTON .......... 2 I5 0 II: A ll: EIi Banana: Basket-BaII Team: First Year Baseball, I920. BANE DICKENSON SI-IAFER ............. I Washington Literary Society. OGDEN KELLY SHANNON, JR. ........... 4 K E: SkuII and Keys: German CIUIJ. JOHN LYNDON SHARER ..... II K A JAMES EDWIN SHAW .,...... 0 A X MARION JEFFERSON SHEEN .... .... I CARY STEWART SHEILD ................ 4 A tI'g SkuII and Keys: T. I. L. Virginia Reel. K. A.g P. PHILIP BARNEY SHEILD ................ 4 Z 1I'g Assistant Art Editor Comcs AND CURLS. ROBERT DAVIS SI-IEPI-IERD ............. I OSCAR HERBERT SI-IERBROOKE, JR. .... 2 A 11: JAMES ASA SHIELD ..... CI-IARLES I-I. SHOTTON ........ I .. CLARENCE LEE SHOTWELL ..... .... I DONALD WOODS SHRIVER .... EDWIN JACKSON SHULER ..... MILTON SIMMONS ........ K. Q 'ci.LQ.l.L.Q.'61iiQ' .. Petersburg, Virginia .. Petersburg, Virginia . . . . .GraI1am, Virginia . . . .Coeburn, Virginia Fort Worth, Texas . . . . . .CumberIand, Maryland . . . . . .New York, New York . .PaIm Beach, I:Iorida . . .RicI1mond, Virginia Assistant Art Editor The . . . . .RicI1moncI, Virginia . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . Brookline, Massachusetts . . . . . .I-Iampton, Virginia .. . . . . . Suffolk, Virginia . . . . Falls Church, Virginia . . . . .NorfoIIc, Virginia . . . . . Stanley, Virginia . . . . .I'IartforcI, Alabama 74 Ql:lJg3k5 IIITIJ QIIIPIS 1921 I,-flcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS LOUIS HENRY SIMONS ................... JOHN GARLINGTON SIMPSON, JR. ...... . THOMAS JACKSON SIMS, JR.. FRANKLIN WILBUR SLAVIN. JOHN RICHARD SMALL ..... X 41, A II CHESTER MAI-IAN SMITH... EVAN OTEY SMITH ........ FRANK HINMAN SMITH ..... GEORGE TUCKER SMITH, JR. I-IADDON BRADY SMITH .... ROBERT ARCHIE SMITH .... ROBERT NELSON SMITH .... WILLIAM KYLE SMITH ...... Assisiam Secretary Y. M. C. WILLIAM PALMER SMITH... CLYDE SPRUILL SMITHSON. NVALTER SCOTT SMooT Washington Literary Society. HENRY COMEGYS SMYTH .. II' K 11' A.g Instructor CLAUDIUS CARLISLE SNEAD ..... . .. JOEL PERMANIA SNIDER .... WILLIAM STUART SORG .... H K A5 First Year Football Tbam. ROBERT LAWRENCE SOUDERSH., B 9 IT J. BUSH SPAHR .......... JACK DURY SPIVEY, JR.. .. DOUGLAS B. SPIVEY .... . . . . . . . . . . . Connellsville, Pennsylvania Charlotte, North Carolina . . , .... .Newport News, Virginia . . . ..... Williamson., West Virginia . . . .... Port Norfolk, . . . .... Ciiesler, West Virginia Virginia . . . . .Newport, Tennessee . . . .Verona, New jersey . . . . . .PensacoIa, Florida .Cl'1arlotte, North Carolina . . . ..... Pleasant View, Virginia . . . ...... . , ..... Yorktown, Virginia ............................Campinas, Brazil Spanish 3 Cosmopolitan Club. . . . ................. Newport News, Virginia .. . ........ Greswell, North Carolina ..... Washington, District of Columbia . . . .... Germantown, Pennsylvania .. . . .Richmond . . . Hampton, . . . . .Ricl'imoncI, . . . ..... Clarksburg, West .... . .Benl1ams, . . . ..... Wlialeyville, Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia . . . ....... Bonham, Texas I92I CEIJITIKS tlllfl QIUBI5 75 Iflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS ANCELO PETE SPOTO ................... I DOUGLAS HAMILTON SPRUNT ..... K .A JOHN LYLE SPURLOCK ..... WINTON T. STACY .......... RICHARD LEE STALLINGS .... HARRY WATSON STARCHER ..... A tp JOHN M. STAUFFER, JR. ............. . .............Tampa,Florida . . . . . . . . . Wilmington, North Carolina ....2 ..,.Z . . . . . . . . . .Chat!anooga, Tennessee .. . . I ... . . . . Princeton, Missouri . . . . 3 .... .... C olumbus, Mississippi . . . .... Huntington. West Virginia I 2 .......................Scottdale, Pennsylvania II 9 ll: Skull and Keys: Eli Banana: P. K.: First Year Baseball Team, I920. RICHARD MARTIN STEDMAN ...,... BENJAMIN BROADUS STEEDLEY, jn.... I BERNICE OGBURN STEPHENSON... WILLIAM COWELL STEPHENSON, ja.. .. 2 A tI': Skull and Keys: Eli Banana: P. K.: I920: Glee Club. EDWARD REILLEY STETTINIUS, jk.. A il' ALFRED GRAHAM STEVENS .,.. A X ALFRED LEWIS STEVENS .... ERNEST DORSEY STEVENS .... JOHN ALEXANDER STEWARD ..... 'I' K 3: A II: T. I. L. K. A.: P. Academic Class: C-. A. A. Board: JOHN D. STEWART ................. LELAND A. STEWART .............. WILLIAM FRANKLIN STINESPRING ..... I THOMAS DUDLEY STOKES. JR. .... . A T A CHARLES EDWARD STONE ..... A '1' A, K A M MARSHALL HAMPTON STONE .... 5 2 .. ...............Stuart, Virginia . . . .... Spartanburg, South Carolina I ..........I'Iugo,OIcIaI'xoma ...........................RoanoIie, Virginia Football Team: First Year Track Team, I .....New Yorlc, New Yorlc . . .. I ... . . . . . Detroit, Michigan . . . . I . . . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . I . . . . . . . .RoanoIce, Virginia ,....,.................Chattanooga, Tennessee K.: I3": "Zh: "VU: Football Team: President Executive Council Virginia Club. I ......lVIonroe,NorlhCarolina . .... 3 ...,. .... IVI onroe, North Carolina . . . ...... Dayton, Virginia I .....E.IIc I-lill, Virginia .... 4 . . . .. . . . . .Roanolce, Virginia . . . . I . . . . . . I-Iouston, Texas 76 Qlutks ann Qlurls 1921 lficadernic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS ORLANDO STONE ..... , . 2 ..... ..... A pcx, North Carolina THOMAS F. STONE ..... . . . I .... ...... I-I ouslon, Texas If E CHARLES BAYNE STRINGFELLOW ...... 3 .... W. HARRY STOUFFER ............. CIF 1' A FRANCIS EDGAR STUART ........ WILLIAM NORTH STURDEVANT.. RICHARD CHARLES SUGDEN ..... CLAUDE MASON SULLIVAN ..... KID K E WILLIAM PRENTICE SULLIVAN... ALBERT WELLINGTON SUMMERS ...... 2 .... STARK ARMISTEAD SUTTON .,... 11- 1' A FLOYD FRANK SWERTFINGER .... FRANK TALBOTT, JR. ............. . 'I' A 9, A 1-Ig T. I. L. K. AJ Basic ,IOSEPH FRANCIS TANNERHILL.. JOHN EDWARD TARRANT ..,.... K 3: 'Skull and Keys. CHARLES BLAIR TAVENNER ..... I ..,4 .... ...4 .... . . . .Grecncastle, Pennsylvania . . . . .University, Virginia . . . ............ White Post, Virginia . . . . . . I . . . . . . . .Washington, District of Columbia . . . 2 .,., .......... S pencer, Massachusetts . . . I .... ..... C ltarleston, 'West Virginia ... . . . 3 .... .... Brandy Station, Virginia ......Hernclon, Virginia . . . . I .... .... N orfollc, Virginia . . . . I .... . . . Carson, Virginia 2 Danville, Virginia et-Ball Squaclg First Year Baseball, I920. I ............Staunton, Virginia HARRY ,IUNIOR TAYLOR ................ I ........................ Kansas City, A K Eg Reportorial Staff College Topics: JOSEPH CLIFFORD TAYLOR ............. I ............... ....... ROBERT WALL TAYLOR .... 'I' 1' Ag Clee Clula. WILLIAM HANNIS TAYLOR .... Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURLS. . . . I .... ..... N orfollc FREDERICK TERRELL .............. . . . 2 .... .... L ynchburg. 111 A 9, Cross Country Teamg "CVC." WILLIAM HERBERT TERRY, JR.. . ,. ... l EMIL GUSTAVO TESSMANN .... ....Norfollc, . .. 4 .... . .. Hampton, Dyerslaurg, Tennessee Paeonian Springs, Virginia Missouri Wayne, Pennsylvania Minneapolis, Minnesota , Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia 192' Qlorks ann Qllurls 77 lflcaclemiic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS JAMES DONNELL TILGI--IMAN ........... 4 ......,.................... Easton, Maryland A '11, Skull and Keys: Cercle Odeon: Instructor in French, German, Club. SAMUEL HILDRUP TINSLEY ..... CLAYTON S. TITUS ........... jOl-IN JENKINS TOBIN ............ B 0 II EDWARD HARRISON TOIVIPKINS ..... Z II'g A ll: Football Squad. STONEXIVALL TOMPKINS. JR.. . .. A K E ZACK TOMS ............. . A T 95 A Il: Eli Banana. HENRY LEROY TOWNSEND ...... ROBERT EASTON TOWNSEND ..... A X WILLIAINI DOUGLAS TRAWICK ..... IRVIN GILLIAM TRENT ............. HERBERT PI-ILLIPS TRESSLAR, JR. ..... . PHILIP ALOPIUS TRUDELLE ....... ALFRED IOSEPI-I TURNER ........ WESLEY LATTS TURRENTINE ..... JOHN TWOI-IY . .,................,... . A 'IH Skull and Keysg Crerman Clula. .................RicI1moncI, Virginia Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ..........Austin, Texas . . . . . Danville, Virginia . . . . . Passaic, New Jersey . . . .Durl1am, North Carolina . . . . .IVIanquin, Virginia . . . .Norfolk, Virginia . . . . .Opelika, Alabama . . . . . . . . Claclys, Virginia . Montgomery, Alabama Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin Grove City, Pennsylvania Wilmington, North . . . ......... Norfolk, JAMES ALFRED TYLER ..,.......... .... H olacmn, ic I WADE HAMPTON UPCHURCI-I ..... .... A pax, North CHARLES SKINKER VALENTINE ........ 2 .......................... Richmond, X 'Pg Skull and Keys: Eli Banana: P, K.: First Year Track Team. HARRISON Pl-IOEBUS VANDERSLICE... I ..... ............. .... . P hoebus, CARLTON A. VAN LEAR ................. I ....... GREGORY CLIFFORD VAN NESS ........ I .... Hastings-o II: XII SIDNEY VAN ZANT ..... ......Bastc, Carolina Virginia Virginia Carolina Virginia Virginia Virginia n-Hudson, New York . . . . . Ft. Worth, Texas 78 Qlurks ann Qlurls 1921 lflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS LYTTLETON WADDELL .... ......... 4 ......... . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia K E ALBERT WILSON WALKER ..... E Ng Glee Club. COLEMAN CARTER WALKER ..... X 'Pg First Year Football Team. HENRY AJAX XVALKER, JR. .... . A T A: Skull and Keys. EDWARD ISAAC WALLERSTEIN ........ 3 .............. 'I' E 1'lg Jefferson Societyg Fraternity Representative CORKS AN MARVIN IRBY WALTON ........ ....... I .. SAM CLAY WARD .... .. ............... 2 . .... .. A K E: A H: Eli Bananag P. K.g HENRY MONCURE WARE ........ Football Squad. BENJAMIN SMART WARREN, Jn.. .. I Washington, District of Columbia . . . . .Wooclberry Forest, Virginia ..... Louisville, Kentucky ...... . . , . . .Ricl1moncl, Virginia D CURLS. . . ......,.... Danville, Virginia . . . . .Paris, Kentucky ......... . . .Ricl'imond, Virginia Washington, District of Columbia 9 A X EARLE LESTER WARREN ..... .... l . .. Washington, District of Columbia 9 A X HUGH WARREN ......... 9 A X9 Raven Society. Wasliington, District of Columbia RYLAND MORTON WARREN ............ 5 ..................,........... Witt, Virginia Washington Literary Society: Vice President Y. IVI. C. A.: President Dr. lVIelcalf's Bible Class: Instructors' Club. GEORGE TAYLOR WARTHEN ...... .... 3 ..... Danville, HARRY JUSTICE WARTHEN, JR. .... .... 2 .... Richmond, Reportorial Staff College Topics. FREDERICK VIRGINIUS WATKINS ...... 2 Suffolk, JOHN CUSTER WATKINS ........... .... I . .. .... Grundy, JOHN ROBERT WATKINS ......... .... I .... Grundy, MEREDITH ERSKINE WATKINS ...,..... 2 .... Suffolk JOHN STUART WATSON .,....... HOWARD FRANKLIN WATTS .... RUSSELL MAUZY WEAVER .... Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia . . . .l..exington, Mississippi . . . . Hopkinsville, Kentucky .. . . Island Ford, Virginia l92l Qtlurks Huh Qlur I5 79 lflcademic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS ROBERT SAMUEL WEAVER, jn ......... German Club. DAVID BARR WEBB .......... DEVERE RAFTER WEEDON . .. A A WILLIAM HENRY WEIKEL . .. FRANCIS LEE WEILLE ..... E A II SOLOMON BARTI-I WEINBURG ..... .. 'I' I5 ll, Glee Club. GEORGE A. WELCI-IONS ........ .. EDWARD PATTON' WELLER .. E X MARSHALL SWAIN WELLS .... CLARENCE WINDOM WENGER. .... .. RENO LAWRENCE WENGER. .. CI-IARLES CHRISTIAN WERTENBAKER 111 xl: GEORGE EDGAR WEST, ju.. .. .. MILTON PRICE WEST ............. .. FREDERICK RUSSELL WESTCOTT ...... 3 xl E3 Skull ancl Keys, Assistant Eclitor GEORGE FONTAINE WEYMAN ...,..... X 'IH Slcull and Keys. PAUL LAMAR WHALEY ..... .. KI' A 0 JAMES EARLE WI-IEELER ......... .. WILLIAM BENNETT WHEELER .... .. IOSEPI-I F. WI-IITE. ju. ........... .. LAURENCE A. WHITLOCK .... .. FREDERICK WIGHT ......... .. WILL ALLEN WILKERSON .... .. 0 A X, jefferson Society. . 4 ..... .... V ictoria, Virginia . 2 . . . ........... Lynch Station, Virginia . 3 . .. ..... Washington, District of Columbia . l . . . ..... Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . 3 . . . ...... Branclon, Mississippi . 4 . . . ..... Staunton, Virginia . l . . . ..... Randolph, Virginia . l . . . .... Milwaukee, Wisconsin . 3 .. . .... Chattanooga, Tennessee . 2 . . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . 2 . . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . 2 .... Wilmington, Delaware . 4 . . . .... Memphis, Tennessee . l . . . ..... Evington, Virginia . 3 ....................... Chattanooga, Tennessee CORKS AND CURLSJ Crlee Club, German Clula. . 2 ............ ......,.. A tlanta, Georgia . l . . . ....... Marshall, Texas . l . . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . l . . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . l . . . ..... Richmond, Virginia . l . . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . 2 . . . ..... Chatham, Massachusetts Chattanooga, Tennessee CARY JACQUELIN WILKINS ............. 2 ........ 80 Qiinrks ann Earls 1921 fAcadcmic Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS TI K A . . . Lynchburg, Virginia JAMES MCCORD WILKINSON .... .... I .. .... Roswell, New Mexico SAMUEL FREDERICK WILL .... .... 2 ,... ..... Q ri aeksburg, virginia JAMES PEERY WILLIAMS . .. .... I .... Riohlands, Virginia Jeff erso n Society. THOMAS LEIGI-I WILLIAMS ..... .... I .. .... Richmond, Virginia A 'Pg Cilee Club. BEN MITCHELL WILLIAMSON, JR. ....... 3 , . . . . Catleltsburg, Kentucky E A E WILLIAM CHALMERS WILLS ............ I ...... Lynchburg, Virginia A T Q5 Fraternity Representative Comcs AND CURLS. EUGENE CONSOLVO WILSON ........... I .... Norfolk, Virginia THOMAS EDWARD WILSON ..... .... 4 .... ..... C r ewe, Virginia "CVC", Cross Country Team. WILLIAM ALEXANDER WILSON ......., I ATS! NORMAN HERBERT WINDSOR .... .... 2 JAMES OVERTON WINSTON, Jn.. .. I ELMIR CARY WINTZ ,..,....... B 6 H .. . . .New York City Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . .Kingston, New York . . . . . Kountze, Texas BERNARD OBERDORFER WISE .... .... I EDWARD WELLFORD WITHERS ........ 2 E X9 Skull and Keys: Assistant Art Eclitor CORKS AND CURLSL Assistant Art Editor The Virginia Reel: Interfraternity Councilg Crlee Club. . . . Birmingham, Alabama .....,.............,...,.Lynchburg, Virginia WALTER E. WOLF ........... ........... I .. .. ..... Indianapolis, Indiana FRANK EUGENE WOMACK .... .... I .... Beaumont, Texas B 9 II WILLIAM HARVEY WOODS ............. I WILLIAM SHARPLESS DERRICK WOODS 3 'If A 93 A llg Assistant Editor The Virginia Reel. THADDEUS BRAXTON WOODY ......... 2 Jefferson Society. ....... . .Salem, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia .. . Petersburg, Virginia 1921 QL .3 p ks ann Qllur I5 81 NAME EDWARD REID WOOLFOLK.. JOHN RIDDICK WOOLFORD.. ARTHUR MEREDITH WOORE ANGUS OSMOND WORTI-IING... ERNEST BASKIN WRIGHT .... JOSEPH WILLARD WYATT. .. BURBRIDGE SCOTT YANCEY JAMES CLAYTON YANCEY. . . 0 X KINLOCH NELSON YELLOTT. Iflcademic Classl YEAR IN coruzcs .... .... .. .... I... .. .... I... .. .... I... .... I... . .... I... Z 'Pg Skull and Keys: "Vu: Track Team. JOHN GODFREY YOUNG ...... ........ 2 CONWAY ZIRKLE ........ E' CIE IL LUIRIS n -I II lull' IIII I I If HOME ADDRESS ... . . . . . Uno, Virginia . . . . . . . . .. Suffolk, Virginia . . . . .IVIartinsburg, West Virginia . . . . Fergus Falls, Minnesota . . . . . . . . TupeIo, Mississippi . . . . Huntington, West Virginia . . . . . .University, Virginia . . . . .South Boston, Virginia . . . . Bel Air, IVIaryIand Ware Neck Postoffice, Virginia .Staunton, Virginia S2 Qlinrks ann Qlurls 1921 Department of Education l,T NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE WILLIAM MARVIN BASS ................ I ........ Washington Literary Society. GEORGE DANIEL COOPER ........ .... I .... WILLIAM BAMFORD CROCKETT ........ I .... JAMES ASHBY FOLKES .......... .... I .... DWIGHT LUCIAN HOPKINS ..... .... I .... CORA SNIDER IRWIN .......... .... I .... ELINOR JOSEPHINE JOHNSON .... .... I .... MARGARET KIMBROUGH .... .... I .... MARGUERITE MURPHY ................. I .... RAYMOND BENNETT PINCHBECK ...... I .... WILLIAM EDMUND TYLER .............. I .... SAMUEL PETTIT VANDERSLICE, JR. .... I LINWOOD HUGHES WARWICK ......... I .... JAMES CLIFFORD WHITE ....... .... I .... ERWIN EDWIN WILLIAMS ..... .... I .... CLAUDE LINDSAY YOWELL .... .... I .... HOME ADDRESS , . . . .Evington, Virginia , . . . .Cherryc.lale, Virginia . . . .University, Virginia . . . . .Richmoncl, Virginia . . . .Nolcesville, Virginia . . . . Normal, Illinois . . . . .Boyce, Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . .University, Virginia Washington, District of Columbia ...............Chula, ....Aldie, ........Suffollc, . . . . Charlottesville, , . . . Wilmington, North . . . Freclericksburg, . . . . . Banco, Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Carolina Virginia Virginia ,Z Su emi-4 IIT ,,, E1 ,N 441 K . nonsrwosn APPLICANTS FOR DEGREE OF LL. B. l92I QLnrk5 Huh Qlurls 85 Applicants for Degree of Bachelor of Laws l., JOHN WRIGHT APPERSON, JR. WILLARD REYNOLDS ASI-IBURN RAYMOND POLLARD BARNES THEODORE WILLIS BATES BERNARD MARSHALL BELL WALTER JAMES BERGSTROM THOMAS HUNTER BLANTON NORMAN WILSON BOWMAN ALBERT VICKERS BRYAN WINFRED WAYLAND CARPENTER, JR. WILLIAM HAZZARD WIGG CASSELL RANDOLPH CASKIE COLEMAN WILLIAM FRANKLIN COX, JR. IRVIN GAMMON CRAIG FRANK SHARP DARWIN ROBERT DICKSON CRONLY, JR. THOMAS MURRELL EDMUNDS EDWARD MARSHALL FROST HARRY WHITEHEAD GAMBLE CHARLES BERNARD GODWIN, Jn. ADOLPH LEONARD GOODMAN IRVIN ABRAHAM HARVEY JAMES GIBBONEY KAVANAUGI-I SAMUEL MELVIN KOOTZ CHARLES FREDERICK GOODWYN KUYK ECTOR SMITH LAWSON WILLIAM BAKER MCGOWAN JOHN CHICHESTER MACKALL GEORGE READ MARTIN WILLIAM MATTHEWS THOMAS JOHNSON MICHIE, Jn. HENRY PRESTON MORRIS GEORGE TERRY MURRAH PARSONS NEWMAN EDMUND MYERS PRESTON MCDANIEL PURCELL HOLLIS RINEHART, JR. RICHARD WILLING RUFFIN EDWARD PERCY RUSSELL RICHARD EPPES SHANDS LAURENCE BAKER SHEPPARD MAURICE AARON SILVER MEADE THOMPSON SPICER, JR JOHN MOORE WALTON ALBERT LEE WARDLAW JERE MALCOLM HARRIS WILLIS FREDERICK DEANE GOODWIN RIBBLE.JR. A . . 'Ll '-J H .?hh., ,fi 'Xi . .A JBA! ' ' , Q nommcsn UNDERGRADUATE LAW STUDENTS 1921 Qlurks ann Qtlurls 87 II III CJ VU Cl III 0 J i ii' Jr lo- OFFICERS THOMAS JOHNSON MICHIE., JR. ................ ......,... P resident CHARLES FREDERICK GOODWYN KUYK .... ....... V ice Presidenl RICHARD EPPES SHANDS ................ ..... S ecrelary-Treasurer RANDOLPH CASKIE COLEMAN ....................... ............ H islorian FIRST YEAR CLASS NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS NASH RATLll7F ADAMS ........ ..,..... 2 ...,.. ..,....... D a llas, Texas ll' A G CHARLES FINLEY ALLISON, JR .... .... 2 .... ...... C li ester, West Virginia JOHN AMBLER .................... .... 2 .... .... G r afton, West Virginia X 'l': P. K.: German Club. VAN WIRT MARSHALL ANDREWS ...... 4 .......... ..... S uffollc, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia Assistant Athletic Editor College Topics: German Club. CLEON VICKERS BAKER ................. 3 ,....... ....... D ouglas, Georgia HARRY MANUEL BESOSA ..... .... I .... .... M i ramar, Porto Rico HAROLD RANISEY BISHOP .... .... 2 .... .... N e w Orleans, Louisiana K A MUNRO BLACK ......... ................ 4 ............................ N orfolk, Virginia '11 l' A: Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURLS: Reportorial Staff College Topics. 88 Qlurks H1111 Qlurls 1921 lDeparlment of Lawl NAME D YEAR IN COLLEGE HOIVIE ADDRESS HAYMON HARRELSON BOGGS ......... . 2 ........ ...... ...... I s land, Virginia AUBREY RUSSELL BOWLES, JR. ......... I .......................,.. Richmond, Virginia B. A., Richmond College: M. A., Harvard University. K Eg Colonnade Club, Instructor in Spanish. THOMAS MUNFORD BOYD ............., 4 ........................... Roanoke, Virginia B. S., University of Virginia 411 K 1I'5 fb A 1115 Skull and Keysg Eli Banana: P. K., German Clubg Vice President Glee Cluhg Reviewing Editor College Topics. HOMER EDMONDSON BRUGH .......... I .............. .... R oanoke, Virginia B. A., Richmond College ROBERT MCCARTHY BULLINGTON, JR.. 2 ........................... Bon Air, Virginia K Eg A Hg Eli Banana, P. K., German Clubg Assistant Manager Football Team. WILLIS TODD CAREY .................... 2 ......... .......... ..... H a mpton, Virginia Z 'Pg Glee Club, Assistant Business Manager CORKS AND CURLS. CHARLES CREIGHTON CARLIN, JR. ..... 2 ................... , ..... Alexandria, Virginia 'I' K tI'g Assistant Business Manager CORKS AND CURLS. IRVING EDWARD CARLYLE ............. I ......... , .. .. . Wake Forest, North Carolina B. A., Wake Forest College A tI'g Jefferson Society. BERCHIVIANS WELDER CASEY ...... .. I .... .... L ynchburg, Virginia JOSEPH FRANCIS CASEY. .....,... .... 2 .... .... L y nchburg, Virginia MILTON DEROHAN CHALKLEY ...,..,.. 3 .... ..... R ichmond, Virginia HENRY CLAY ................... .. I .... ...... A mericus, Georgia 'Il A 9 AYLETT BRECKENRIDCE COLEMAN,JR. I ........ . ....... , . . .RoanoIce, Virginia B. A., Johns Hopkins University K Ag fp B 1: RAPI-IAEL COPPETO .......... .... 2 .... MILLARD FILLMORE COX, JR ...,......... 2 ......................... A T Ag E A X: Eli Bananag German Cluhg Athletic Editor College Ecli-tor Comes AND CURLS. WILLIAM JENNINGS CROCKER, JR. .... .. I ........... . B. S., Texas A. and M. CIP A 9 JOHN BARHAM DARDEN, JR. .... .... 3 .... ..... N e wsoms, . . . . Waterbury, Connecticut Louisville, Kentucky Topics: Associate . . . . .Portsmouth, Ohio Virginia 1921 Qlurks ann QEUITIS 39 lDcparlmenl of Lalvl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS ROSE MAY DAVIS .... ........... I ......... ..... N o rfollc, Virginia B. A., Trinity College Z T A JCSEPH DOUGLAS DEAL ..... ........... 5 ........... .... N o rfolk, Virginia B. S., University of Virginia K Ag Skull and Keys: Adjunct Manager Baseball, l92l. WILBUR CHESTER DEAN ......... Jefferson Society. WILLIAM RYLAND DILLARD ..... CLARENCE MCQUEEN DINKINS ..... ... A 9 'Pg Jefferson Society. LORENZO LUIS DUQUE ........ Washington Literary Society. HENRY LAWRENCE EVERETT, Jn HERBERT SPENCER FALK .......... . . . Z B T5 Boxing Team. EDWARD GULAGER FENWICK .......... . . . .Young Harris, Georgia . . . . . . Partlow, Virginia . . Manning, South Carolina . .. Los Angeles, California . .Norristown, Pennsylvania . . .Newport News, Virginia East Falls Church, Virginia E Ng 'Skull and Keysg Assistant Business Manager University of Virginia Magazine: Executive Committee American Legion. MURRAY ALDEN FOSTER ............... 3 ............. , ............. Roanoke, Virginia 'I' K 'Pg A li: German .Clubp Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURLS. DONALD ROBERT FRASER ....... ..... l ...... .............,.... S e atile, Washington K 23 ALVIN FRIEDLANDER .......,........... 2 ......................... Alexandria, Virginia 'I' E ll: Cilee Club: Assistant Business Manager University of Virginia Magazine. JOHN FRANCIS GALLEHER ..... SHELDON COBB GARDNER ..... ALEXANDER PARKER GATES 'I' K 1I'g Football Squad. FRED BINGHAM GENTRY ..... A X5 Clee Club. PEMBROKE GOCHNAUER ..... IRVING CHARLES GOLDSTEIN ..... . . . ZBT . . . . . .Leesburg, Virginia . . . . . . . . Franklin, Virginia .Charleston, West Virginia . . . . .Richmond Virginia . . . Charlottesville, Virginia .. . Baltimore, Maryland 90 Clarks ann Qllurls 1921 IDepartmentofLa1vJ NAME YEAR IN coLr.izcz HOME ADDRESS SHIELDS MEEK GOODWIN .............. 4 ........................... Wari'en, Arkansas IVI. A., University of Virginia K E: 'I' B K: Raven.: Colonnade Club: Associate Eclitor CORKS AND CURLS: Secretary First Year Law Class: Instructor in Economics. ALFRED ASHBY GRAY ...... .. ..... 2 FRED BONI-IAM GREEAR. . . . B 9 I-Ig A II: Glee 2 THOMAS I-IASKINS GRESI-IAM .......... 4 ...........,..... X fI'g Skull ancl Keys: Eli Banana: man First Year Law. JOHN VAUGHAN GRONER .... Z A X JOHN TURNER HENLEY ..... I K E LEROY ALLEN RANDOLPH HODGES .... I BERNARD PEABODY HOLLAND, JR. ...,. 2 Jefferson Society. WILLIAM C. HOWARD ..... I DAVID HENRY JARVIS .................. 3 "Zn: P. K.: German Club: ... . .Signpine, Virginia .....St. Paul, Virginia ....... Riclimonfl, Virgina.. Baseball Team: Chair- .. . Norfolk, Virginia . . . . .WiIliamsburg, Virginia ............lVIilforcl,Ol1io . . . .Virginia Beach, Virginia . . . .Wheeling, West Virginia . . .Bourneclale. Massachusetts A 'I': Skull and Keys: P. K.: German Club: Captain Tennis Team. WALLACE FRANKLIN JENKINS ......... 3 ......... ..... A Y 4 . . . . .Crewe, Virginia JOHN JENNINGS JEWELL, JR. ............ 3 ........................ Statesville, Tennessee President Washington Literary Society Second Term: Society Representative- CORKS AND CuRi.s. EVERETT MILTON JOHNSTON ..... 2 JOSEPH EDWARD JONES ........ 2 Jefferson Society. Bluefield, West Virginia . . . . .Evergreen, Alabama WILLIAM DANIEL JONES, JR. ............ I ,............ ..... J acksonville, Florida B. S., Virginia lVlilitary Institute K E: Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURLS. JOI-IN HOSACK KOCH ................... 3 ..................... Wheeling, West Virginia B 9 TI: Skull and Keys: Eli Banana: P. K.: President University of Virginia Glee Club: Adjunct Business Manager College Topics: Assistant Manager Track Team, I920. FLOYD. EDWARD KOONTZ .............. 3 ............... .. ........ Elkton, Virginia 192' QlltJtIi5 ann Qltlt I5 9l IDcpartmenl ofLan11 NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE WILLIAM EMMETT KYLE. .... ......... l J. ADAIR LAWRENCE ......... I Z X CATHERINE REBECCA LIPOP ...... I WILLIAM FELTON MCCONNELL ........ 3 E X: "Vu: Football Team. HARRY COLTON McKEE, JR. .... . .. 3 Clec Club. HAROLD MADDOCI-l MANSER ..... 3 'Il If tl' JOSEPH MARCUS .... . . . 2 Jeflerson Society. MCALISTER MARSHALL .... . . . I A Ill A REUBEN MAURY ........................ 4 E 'Tg E A X3 Associate Editor CORKS AND CURLSJ Assistant Edit ginia Magazine: News Editor College Topics. THOMAS WARREN MESSICK ............ 2 0 X WILLIAM HOWARD MEWBOURNE ...... 3 ......... B. S., University of Virginia 2 N EDGAR SCLATER MONTAGUE ..... 3 ... K E: Skull and Keys. GEORGE. WILLIAM MOORE, ll .... . . . 3 'I' A 0 JAMES EDWIN MOORE. ......... 2 23 Ng A 0 'Pg Wrestling Team. CARL HAAS MOSELEY ....... . . . 3 LEONARD GASTON MUSE... ............. I ......... B. A., Roanoke College RICHARD ANDREWS NORSWORTHY... 3 ......... A X WILBERT HENRY NORTON.... I HOME ADDRESS . . . . Norfolk, Virginia . . . . Tahlequalu, Oklahoma l. . . Charlottesville, Virginia Commerce, Georgia . . . . .Bulfalo, New York . .. Trenton, New jersey . . . .Portsmoutl1, Virginia . . . .LouisvilIe, Kentucky Butte, Montana or University of Vir- . . . .Harrisonl9urg, Virginia . . . . Elberton, Georgia . . . Hampton, Virginia . . . . .Lynchburg, Virginia Bennettsville, South Carolina . . .Cowpens, South Carolina . . . . . . . Vinton, Virginia . Harclyville, South Carolina . . Q . Deltarville, Virginia 92 Qllorks H1111 Qllurls 1921 lDepartmeni of Lanfl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE I-IOME ADDRESS CLARENCE B. IVI. O'KELLE.Y ............. I ......... ............ V iclcsburg, Mississippi ISADORE. OPPLEIVIAN .............. ..... 2 ......................... L ynchburg, Virginia Z B TQ A Hg T. I. L. K. A., P. K., "V", Football Team: Basket-Ball Team: Captain First Year Football, l9l9. AUSTIN BLAND PAMPLIN ..... .... 3 .... Riclimoncl, Virginia THOMAS NELSON PARKER 3 2 Ng A 9 fp ALFRED PERCY, JR. ...................... 3 KI' A 9g Skull and Keys, German Club. NELSON PHILLIPS, JR. ................... l ....... . B. A., University of Texas 'Il A 9 SAMUEL HENRY PRESTON, JR. .... .... 3 II K A ROBERT COLEMAN PRICE, III ........... 2 A T Ag A Hg German Club, Football Squad. JOHN EVANS RICHARDSON ..... .... 2 E A E JULIAN LEIGI-I RICHARDSON .... .... 4 A T Ag German Club. ROBERT WATSON SADLER .... .... 2 K A: Glee Club. JOSEPH MENDELSSOI-IN SCOLNICK .,... 4 Z B T3 Basket-Ball Squad. RICHARD CARTER SCOTT, JR ........... l B. A., Virginia Military Institute A xl: JEROME BONAPARTE SELLERS ......... 3 X 1115 A Hg German Club. HATCHER POWELL SEWARD ..... .... 2 111 K Eg Skull and Keys. GEORGE THOMAS SHANNON ..... .... 2 MAURICE BAER SHAPERO ..,. .... 3 JOHN CADE SHERWOOD .... .... 2 A 9 'Pg Jefferson Society. ....Richmond, . . . .Richmond, Virginia . . . . .Lyncl1burg, Virginia . . . . . Austin, Texas . . . . Tazewell, Virginia . . . . Miller School, Virginia . . . .Glasgow, Kentucky . . . Tunstall, Virginia . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . Norfolk, Virginia Virginia . . .A Crofton, Pennsylvania . . . Petersburg, Virginia Washington, District of Columbia . . . . . . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . .Dillon, South Carolina V921 Qilnrks HUD QIlItIB 93 lDeparimenl of Lawl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS JULIUS ARCHIBALD SIMMS .... . . , .... 3 ..... ...., C harleston, West Virginia 'I' K XP: German Club. CURTIS SIMPSON ..... 2 ...... Hurt, Virginia Jefferson Society. TODD SMITH , .................... . . . 2 .... .... U niversity, Virginia :Im 63 tb A fb CHARLES EDWARD STEWART, JR. ...... 2 .... Chase City, Virginia MAC SWINFORD, JR. ...................... 2 ......,.................. Cyntlmiana, Kentucky B N: First Year Track Team, l920g Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURLS. ELIZABETH NELSON TOMPKINS ........ I ........ , ................. Richmond, Virginia B. A.. Westllampton College: M. A., Columbia University ARCHIBALD NATHANIEL TONELSON.. 2 ........................... Norfolk, Virginia MORGAN MONTROSE WALLACE ....... 3 ..... Richmond, Virginia JOHN McGRAW WARDER ........ . . . I Grafton, West Virginia JAMES WI-IITCOMB WELCH ............. I ............. .. . Nicholasville, Kentucky B. A., Princeton University , 'I' A G WALTER RALEIGH WHITEHURST ...... 2 .... .... P ortsmoutI1, Virginia A X I' JOHN ALLEN WILLIAMS .... I ..... Luray, Virginia A 9 'I' PAUL SCOTT WILLIAMS ..... 2 .... ...., M anassas, Virginia A X ALBERT MIDDLETON WRENN 4 .... .... T he Plains, Virginia I-IARTER FRANKLIN WRIGHT .... . .. I ..... Richmond, Virginia Jelterson Society. CHARLES TALBOTT YOUNG ............ 2 ., ....................... .Richmond, Virginia X 'IH Skull ancl Keys: German Clubg Adjunct Business Manager CORKS AND CURLS: Adjunct Business Manager College Topics: Assistant Business Manager The Virginia Reel fresignecIJ. SECOND YEAR CLASS JAMES FRANKLIN AILSI-IIE, JR. .......... 2 ......... ..... C oeur cI'AIene, Idaho E X JAMES LINDSAY ALMOND, JR .... . . . 1 .... ..... O range, Virginia A9 'I' 94 Clarks ann Qlutls 1921 lDeparlment of Lawl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS GORDON BARBOUR AMBLER ........... 3 ..................,....... Richmond, Virginia A 9 'Pg E T: jefferson, Society: Winner Charles Minor Blackford Law Prize. MERIWEATHER IRVING ARMISTEAD .. 2 ..... ................ W illiamsburg, Virginia JULIAN DOUGLAS ARNEST ............. 2 .... ...... I- Iaugue, Virginia A 9 fi, WILLIAM FLETCHER AYER5 .... . . . 4 .... ..... C ape Charles, Virginia 2. 'I' E BLACKSTONE DRUMMOND AYRES ..... 2 .................... .... A ccomac, Virginia B. S., Virginia Military Institute 'I' A 9: 'I' LX 'Pg T. I. L. K. A.: Nisi Prius: Virginia Law Review Board. HARPER BALLENTINE ............ .... 2 ............. ..... A n derson, South Carolina A G 'If .IOHN WETHERED BARROLL ...... .... 2 .... MORRIS KEENE BARROLL ............... 2 ........... B. A., Washington College JOHN I-IALLMAN BELL . . . jefferson Society. WILLIAM CURTIS BOK . . . A K E9fI1A 41,2 T, Ni JOHN MILLS BRITT ....... RICHARDSON BRONSON . Nisi Prius: Virginia Law Review Board. 3 2 2 4 2 .IOSEPI-I K. BROWN .,.............. .... CORNELIUS HOLLAND BULL .... .... SIDNEY ABRAHAM BURNSTEIN ........ II' E II ROBERT YOUNG BUTTON .............. Zi T: Nisi Prius: Virginia Union Board: President Virginia Club: 4 . ...... .... 2 ........... . .. . . .. Chestertown, Maryland . . . Chestertown, Maryland Jasper, Georgia Merion Station, Pennsylvania si Prius: Glee Club: Virginia Law Review Board. . . . . . . . Boylcins, Virginia . . . Waterbury, Connecticut . . . . . Blountville. Tennessee . . . . . University, Virginia . . . .Richmond, Virginia Culpeper, Virginia Virginia Law Review Board: Jefferson Society: Executive Committee Y. M. C. A.: President University Bible Class. BRODNAX CAMERON ................... 2 ............. ........ U niversity, Virginia B. A., Princeton University Z XV: E T3 Assistant Editor University of Virginia Magazine: Board. PERCY CARMEL .... 3 Virginia Law Review . . . . .Phoebus, Virginia 192' Qllurka ann Qlurls 95 IDepartn1enl of Lanfl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS HUGH DUNBAR CARMICI-IAEL .......... 2 ...,.... ....... B une, Montana 2 Ng A o Qi: BENJAMIN WISNOR CARTER .... 3 .... .... A rdmore, Oklahoma z: -it is BRYAN CARVER ....,................... 2 ...... ..... P hoebus, Virginia BERNARD PEYTON CI-IAIVIBERLAIN .... 6 ............. ........... U niversity, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia Z tI': I T: Skull and Keys: German Club: Cilee Club: "VU: Track Team, t9t9-t920: President Y. IVI. C. A.: Virginia Lani Review Board: Virginia Union Board: jefferson Society: President Interiraternity Council: Executive Council Virginia Club. FRANK PATTERSON CHRISTIAN, JR. .... 2 ...................., .... L ynchburg, Virginia B. A., Randolph-Macon College 'I' -A U: 'I' A 'I': Virginia Lan: Review Board: Assistant Business Manager CORKS AND CURLSQ Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURLS. ADAM CLARKE CLEIVIENT ............... 2 ........ ..... A ppomatlox, Virginia 21 'I' IB JOI-IN COLE. .... .... 3 .... ..... N o rfolk, Virginia 41' .ll A ROBERT FRANKLIN CONNALLY, IR. .... 2 .... Broolcneal, Virginia 9 X WILLIAM CLAIBORNE COUPLAND, ..... 4 .........................., Norfolk, Virginia X 'I': A II: 'I' A 'Pg Eli Banana: P. K.: German Club: Cheer Leader. TI-IEODORE. SULLIVAN COX ............. 2 .............. Washington, District of Columbia B. A., University of Michigan 'I' A A GEORGE W. CRAWFORD ................ Z .... .... N ewbern, Alabama HERIVIAN ELIJSWORTH CRAWFORD .... 4 .... .... P orlsmouth, Virginia 'I' LX U: A II TI-IOIVIAS ST, ,IOI-IN CURTIN ............. 3 .... ..... B ristol, Virginia A 9 'Pg Washington Literary Society. FRANK WESLEY DAVIE5 ................ 6 ......... Clifton Forge, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia President Jefferson Society First Term: Instructor in Economics and Physical Training: Virginia Law Review Board: Executive Committee American Legion: Colonnade Club. GEORGE. IZARD DAVISSON .............. 3 .... ...... W eston, West Virginia B 9 Il :'P. K.: Virginia Lan: Review Board. 96 cranks ann Qrurls T921 lDepartmenl of Lawl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS JAMES ANDERSON DEAN ............... 2 ........... .... Y oung I-Iarria, Georgia B. A., Mercer University Jefferson Society. WILLIAM WARREN DICKERSON ........ 4 .... .. .... Roanoke, Virginia Cosmopolitan Club. JOHN SCHOCH DOWNES .... 2 .... ..... D over, Delaware E Ng A 9 fl' THOMAS WALKER DANIEL DUKE ...... 3 .... ..... ........ S a lisbury, North Carolina JOSEPH WILLCOX DUNN ................ 4 .......................... Richmond, Virginia A K Eg A U3 'I' A 'Pg T. I. L. K. A.: IMP: "Un: P. K.: German Clubg "V"g Foot- ball Team, l9l9-19205 'Basket-Ball Team, I920g Baseball Team, l920. HARRY BERNARD DYCHE .............. 2 ............................. Luray, Virginia ERNEST LINWOOD DYER ............... 6 ............... ..... N orfollc, Virginia M. A., University of Virginia E KID E5 11, A Ag Instructor in Government: Colonnade Club. JAMES PHILIP EAGLE ..... ..... 2 . ............ ..... L ittle Rock, Arkansas E A E JASON IRVING ECKFORD ................ 5 ....... .... C harlottesville, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia JOHN READE EDMUNDS, JR. ............. 2 .........., ...... G recnsboro, North Carolina RANDALL TAYLOR ELLIOTT ..... . . . 3 .... ..... W ashington, District of Columbia President Cosmopolitan Club. FRANCIS BARTOW FITE, JR. ............. 5 ......... ............... M uslcogee, Oklahoma B. A., University of Virginia 'I' I' Ag 'I' I3 Kg 'I' A 'Pg E T: Nisi Prius: Raveng Vice President Jefferson Society: Virginia Law Review Board: Secretary and Treasurer Law Class: Football Squad. VICTOR HUGO FRIEND ........... ..... 2 .... ........ ...... R o a nolce, Virginia ALFRED WILLIS GARNETT .............. 2 ......... .... R apidan, Virginia B. A., Richmond College II K A BARHAM ROSCOE GARY .... ............ 2 ............. .... N e wport News, Virginia B. S., Virginia Military Institute K Eg German Club. CHARLES EDGAR GILLIAM ............. 5 ......................... Petersburg, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia B 9 Hg 'I' A 'IH E A X5 Skull and Keys: OWL: Nisi Priusg Winner of the john R. Thompson Medal for Verse, l9l5: Editor-in-Chief Universily of Virginia Magazine: Assistant Editor CORKS AND CURLS3 Assistant Editor The Virginia Reel: Virginia Law Review Boardg American Legion. 1921 Qlnrks ann Qlurls 97 lDcpartmcnt of LGDIJ NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS VINCENT DANIEL GORMAN ............. 2 ........ ..... S aginaw, Michigan BERRYMAN GREEN, III ...... .... 3 .... .... N o rfollc, Virginia fb 1' A ROBERT EDWARD HARRISON, JR. ...... 4 .........,.............,..., Cincinnati, Ohio II 9 II: A II: Eli Banana: IMP: P. K.: German Club: Manager First Year Football Team, l920: Manager-elect Varsity Football Team, I92l: "VH: Baseball Team, l9t9- l920. ROBERT VANCE HATCI-IER ............. 4 .......................... Richmond, Virginia It 2: Eli Banana: "Zu: P. K.: German Club: "Vu: Basket-Ball Team, l9l8-I9-20: Captain Basket-Ball Team, l920. WILLIAM RUFUS HEATH. JR. ...... .... 3 .... .... N o rfollc, Virginia Jefferson Society. JOHN MURPHY HEINZ ..... .... 3 . . . . . . . . .Richmoncl, Virginia 0 X EASTWOOD DAVIDSON HERBERT ...... 4 .......... ..... N orfollc, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia A T -5: Nisi Prius: Virginia Law Review Board. GEORGE FRANKLIN I-IESTER ............ 3 .......,................. Chase City, Virginia 'I' Ii tI'g 'I' A 'I': T. I. L. K. A.: IMP: P. K.: Assistant Manager Baseball Team. JOHN THOMPSON HICKS ..... . .......... 2 .... ....... ........... N e whern, Virginia THOMAS DONOVAN HOPKINS .......... 5 .... ...... I ronton, Ohio President Jefferson Society Second Term. GEORGE RICHARD JACOB ............... 3 .... ...... N orfollc, Virginia 'I' I' A CLARENCE BIRNIE JOHNSON ........... 2 .......... .... W illiston, South Carolina B. A., WoHord College 11' A A ROBERT EMMETT JOSEPH. . . , .... 3 .... ..... R ichmond, Virginia Wnsliington Literary Society. FRANK ALOYSIUS KEARNEY ........... 3 ............. .. .... .... P hoelaus, Virginia DIRK ADRIAN KUYK .......... . ...... 4 ........................... Bon Air. Virginia K Ag KI' A 'IH Skull and Keys: T. I. I... K. A.: P. K.: German Club: "VH: Football Team, I9l9: Baseball Team, l9I9-l920: Captain Baseball Team, l92l: Manager Basket-Ball Team, l920. JACOB HENRY LAVENSTEIN ............ 3 .... .... P etersburg, Virginia 'I' If II: Historian Jefferson Society. 98 Qtinrks ann Qlurls 1921 lDepartmenl of Lanvl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS WILLIAM O. LEFTWICH ..... ...... 3 ...... ..... C o uncil, Virginia A 9 ff' JOHN ALLISON LILE ..................... 4 ......................... University, Virginia A 'Pg Skull and Keys: T. I. L. K. A., P. K.: German Club, Basket-Ball Squad: Busi- ness Manager The Virginia Reel. DEBRUCETON LOWENBERG .......... .. 2 ............... .... N orfollc, Virginia C. E., Pennsylvania Military College Z B T HOWARD ELDRIDGE LYNCH, JR. .... I .... . .... Dover, Delaware K A THEODORE FRANCIS MCFADDEN ....... 2 .... ...... B utte, Montana A 9 YP HAL HENRY MCHANEY .................. 2 ........ ..... W hite Oalc, Missouri B. A., University of Missouri II K A ' WILLIAM ANDREW MCILWAINE ........ 2 .......... . .. . . . .Sumter, South Carolina B. A., Wolford College DONALD EDWARD MCVANN ....... ALEXANDER MAITLAND MAHOOD 'I' K 59 A Hg 'I' A 42 Eli Bananag Team, German Club. WHITFIELD YANCEY MAUZY ..... JOHN GOODWIN MAY, JR. ......... . A 9 'IH Washington Literary Society. ELWOOD FRANKLIN MELSON ...... fi' A A ADDINELL I-IEWSON MICHIE ....... 3 ........ .... W ashington, District of Columbia . . . . . . . Princeton, West Virginia Virginia Lam Review Board, "VH: Basket-Ball 3 .... ..... M cGaheeville, Virginia 3 .... ........ L ouisa, Virginia 2 .... ..... F ranlcford, Delaware 3 ...................... Charlottesville, Virginia 9 A X, 41 A 'Pg T. I. L. K. A., "Z", P. K.: "V"g Football Team, I9I9-20, Captain Football Team, 1920. THOMAS I-IAZELHURST MIDDLETON. . . 2 ............ .... C harleston, South Carolina A T 95 'It A 'Pg Nisi Prius: Virginia Law Review Board. ,IULIAN MITCHELL, JR. ..... ...... .... 2 ...... . . .... C harleston, South Carolina A T S2 ALLAN MAXWELL MONTZ ...... .. KARL CECIL MOORE ......... .. . 2 .... .... D elaplane, Virginia 3 .... ..... M t. Sidney, Virginia 1921 Qlnrks ann Qlurts 99 IDcparlmenl of Lalvl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE. HOME ADDRESS JOHN JAMES MORRIS, JR. ................ 2 ............ ..... ........... D o ver, Delaware Z2 Ng A 0 'Pg Glee Clubg Assistant Business Manager Virginia Law Review. SAMUEL MORRIS ........... ......... . . 2 .................... Atlantic City, New Jersey Z B T HENNING CUNNINGHAM NELMS ....... 2 .... ..... W asluington, District of Columbia ALEXANDER WILSON PARKER ......... 2 ........................... Franklin, Virginia B. A., Virginia Military Institute E Xg Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURLS. PHILIP MARSHALL PAYNE. ............ 7 .... ..... . . .... Staunton, Virginia M. S., University of Virginia Virginia Law Review Board. HARRY POWELL PORTER ..... .. . 2 .... ..... C Iiarleston, West Virginia A T A THOMAS LEWIS PRESTON .............. 5 ........... .... .... R i clmmoncl, Virginia B. S., University of Virginia A tI'g 'I' I3 K: Skull and Keys: T. I. L. K. A., P. K.: Nisi Prius: Virginia Law Rc- vicrv Board: Circulation Manager The Virginia Reel fresigneclj. LAWRENCE BENTON PRINCE .... 3 .,................. Laurinburg, North CEYLON GREY QUESENBERRY .... 3 .... ..... W aynesboro, 0 X GEORGE COLEMAN REEDY ............. 4 ......... . . . Z Wg Glee Clubg Track Squadg Virginia Union. Board. GEORGE ANDERSON REVERCOMB, JR.. . 2 .... . ..... Covington, 'I' K E WILLIAM ASBURY RORER .... 3 .... .... L yncliburg, E 'I' E LUTHER L. SCI-IERER, JR. .... 3 .... .... N ewport News, A T A HUGH DOGGETT SCOTT, JR .... ......... 2 ............. ..... F r eclericlcsburg, B. A., Randolph-Macon College A X Pg jefferson Societyg Instructor in Spanish. ROBERT LIONEL SEARCY, jk. ........ 2 ............. .... L ewisville, B. A., University of Arkansas Petersburg, SIMON SEWARD ......................... 3 ......................... 'I' K Z3 'I' A 'Pg Skull and Keysg Eli Banana: P. K.: "V"g Track Team. . Liberty Mills, Carolina Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Arkansas Virginia 100 Qlnrks ann wlurls 1921 IDcpartmenl of Lawl NAME YEAR IN coi.1.ecz Home Aoonsss GEORGE SCOTT SHACKELFORD, ja. .... 4 ............................ Orange, Virginia A W: T. I. L. K. A.: IMP: "l3": P. K.: German Club: Nisi Prius: "Vw: Football Team. . ROMULUS CULVER SMITH .............. 2 ......................... University, Virginia 'P A 9: CII, A 'IH T. I. L. K. A.: IMP: Nisi Prius: P. K.: Virginia Law Review Board. RICHARD MARCH SMITH ................ 4 ................ ,...... . . Norfolk, Virginia K Eg German Club: Art Editor Comes AND CURLS, l9I8. JOHN BENJAMIN SPIERS ......... in ...... Newport News, Virginia A 9 'Pg Virginia Law Review Board. ROBERT NATHANIEL STEPHENS, JR.. . . ..... Quinque, Virginia 2 'I' E: Football Squad. HAL WIIASON STEWART ...... .... .... B o seman, Montana E X JAMES WALKER STITES ..,........ .... ..... . .... L o uisville, Kentucky A A ffl: qu A -rw, 2 A X, Nisi Prius. ROBERT FRANCIS STONE ......... .... SIP K N113 A IT: Eli Banana: P. K. WALLACE EDWIN STURGIS ..... .... STANLEY ALLYN SUYDAM .... .... 9AXgfI1AA LOUIS TARLOWSKI ........... .... FRANK STACEY TAVENNER, JR. ..... . . . B. A., Roanoke College: M. A., Princeton University . . . . .Roanoke, Virginia Greenwood, Mississippi Brooklyn, New York . . . .Mon.ticello, Florida Woodstock, Virginia 'I' A A: E T: First Year Baseball Team, 1920: Virginia Law Review Board. ANSON WALES HARD TAYLOR ........ 2 .......,............... New York, New York 'P K Eg E T: Nisi Prius: P. K.: Virginia Law Review Board: lnterfraternity Council. JOHN HUME TAYLOR ................... 3 ........................,.. Norfolk, Virginia A 'P: Skull and Keys: T. l. L. K. A.: P. K.: German Club: Manager Basket-Ball Team. TAZEWELL TAYLOR, JR. .............,... 5 .............. ........... N orfolk, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia 'T' 1' A: A IT: 'T' A 'Pg Eli Banana: "Zn: "l3": Nisi Prius: President G. A. A.: P. K.: German Club: "Vu: Baseball Team. ROBY CALVIN THOMPSON .............. 3 ..... Sallville, Virginia A9111 192' Qlinrks uni: Qtlurls tor lDeparlmenl of Lawl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS MICHAEL BENJAMIN WAGENHEIM. .... 3 ........,.................. Norfolk, Virginia Z li T: Nisi Prius: Associate Editor CORKS AND CURLS: Reportorial Staff College Topics: Interfraternity Council: First Year Track Team, I9I9g Jefferson Society: Fraternity Representative Comes AND CURLS. JOHN CRISPIN WATKINS ................ 2 .................... Anderson, South Carolina Il K Ag II' A 'IH T. I. I... K. A.: P. K.: Assistant Manager Basket-Ball Team, I920: Football Squad, 1920. ISAAC BERRY WENGER, JR .... .... 2 .... ..... C h arlotlesville, Virginia EDWIN SLEDGE WHITE ..... .... 2 ...... Norfolk, Virginia A X HAROLD AUBREY WHITE .... .... 2 .... ..... R i chmond, Virginia JACK FARRINGTON WHITE ,.... .... 2 .... ..... J a clrson, Tennessee A G fi, LESLIE AUBREY WIGGS ..,.... .... 3 .... .... N o rfolk, Virginia Washington Literary Society. JOSEPH LEMUEL. WILLS ....... .... 2 .... ..... L o uisa, Virginia K A ROBERT SAMSON WILSON .... . . .. 2 .... .... N ashville, Tennessee ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE ............... 5 .......................... Richmond, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia 'Il B Kg 21 Tg Raven: OWL: Virginia Law Review Board: Editor-in-Chief College Topics, l9l9-l920: Jefferson Society: Virginia Union Board. BURNLEY MAGRUDER WINGFIELD .... 3 .... .. ..... Charlottesville, Virginia A X ERNEST CLINTON WINGFIELD .......... 3 ........ ..... C harlottesville, Virginia SAMUEL BROWN WITT .................. 2 .......................... Richmond, Virginia B. A., Virginia Military Institute K Ag fl' A 'l': T. I. L. K. A.: IMP: P. K.: German Club: Nisi Prius: Coach First Year Football, l9t9: "VN: Football Team, l920: Virginia Lana Review Board. DAVID JOSEPH WOOD .................. 5 ...........,...,.......... Birdwood, Virginia A K Eg A Hg fl' A 'Pg Eli Banana: "Zn: "I3": P. K.: G. A. A. Board, l9lS: "Vu: Football Team, I9I9-1920: German Club. MILTON EARL WOODHOUSE ........... 2 ........ ........... V irginia Beach, Virginia Jefferson Society. LAWRENCE EDWIN YAKEL ..... .... 4 .... ..... B a ltimore, Maryland 2 X DWIGHT WILBUR ZUNDEL .............. 2 ............................. Butte, Montana A 0 'l': "Vu: F00tlJHll Team. l92O: First Year Football, Basket-Ball and Track Teams, l9l9-I920. 102 Qilnrks ann Qlutls 1921 lDepartment of Lannl THIRD YEAR CLASS NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE JOHN WRIGHT APPERSON .............. 3 ....... X 'Pg it A 'Pg Eli Banana: P. KJ German Club. WILLARD REYNOLDS ASHBURN ........ 4 . .. G X, Virginia Law Review Board. RAYMOND POLLARD BARNES .... .... 4 I-IOM E ADDRESS . . . . . Memphis, Tennessee Virginia Beach, Virginia . . . . . Roanoke, Virginia 'If A 9 THEODORE WILLIS BATES ..... .... 4 .... Worthville, Kentucky lil A 9 BERNARD MARSHALL BELL ..... .... 5 ..... University, Virginia WALTER JAMES BERGSTROM ........... 5 .......................... San Antonio, Texas fl' I' Ag A Hg German Clubg OWL, Scarab Club, Manager Baseball Team, l92l fresignecljg Editor-in-Chief CORKS AND CURLS, 1919, Virginia Lan: Review Board. THOMAS HUNTER BLANTON ........... 4 .............. ............ M cDulf, Virginia G Xg KI' A 'Pg Jefferson Society. NORMAN WILSON BOWMAN ............ 3 ..... Vanceburg, Virginia A 9 KI' . RUSSELL TALIAFERRO BRADFORD ..... 4 ......... ..... B roadway, Virginia B. A., Elon College ALBERT VICKERS BRYAN ............... 4 .............. .. ..,.. Alexandria, Virginia 'Il K Eg ll' A 'Pg Virginia Law Review Boardg Track Squad. WINFRED WAYLAND CARPENTER ..... 3 ....,.... .. .... New Franklin, Missouri WILLIAM HAZZARD WIGG CASSELL .... 3 .............. ..... P ortsmouth, Virginia B. A., Randolph-Macon College K A RANDOLPH CASKIE COLEMAN .......... 3 ........................... Roanoke, Virginia M. A., Princeton University 111 K iI'g E T3 OWL: German Clubg Raven: Editor-in-Chief Virginia Lan: Review: Chairman First Year Law Class, I9I7g Historian Law Department: Undergraduate Instructor in Law, Colonnade Club. WILLIAM FRANKLIN COX, JR. ........... 3 .................... Anderson, South Carolina B. A., Furman University II K Ag A E Pg Glee Club: Washington Literary Society: Virginia Lanz Review Board. IRVIN GAMMON CRAIG .................. 3 .......................... Richmond, Virginia IT K Ag 'I' A '-P3 German Club, "V", Football Team: Virginia Law Review Board. 1921 Qtlurka ann Qllurls 103 lDepartmcnl of Laivl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS ROBERT DICKSON CRONLY ............. 4 ....... . .... Wilmington, North Carolina A K Eg A Ilg 'I' A 'Pg T. I. L. K. A.g P. K. FRANK SHARP DARWIN ................. 4 .... ..... D ayton, Virginia K A THOMAS MURRELL EDMUNDS ......... 5 .. ..... .................. L yncbburg, Virginia A T 93 'I' A 'IH T. I. L. K. A.: P. K.g German Club: Raveng Virginia Law Review Board: Varsity Basket-Ball Squad: President Virginia Union fresignedjg President Interfratcrnity Council. WILLIAM HOWARD ESTES .............. 5 ...... ..... S hafter, Virginia A 0 'IH Zi T5 A 3 Pg Washington Literary Society. CHARLES DUNSMORE FOX, JR. .......... 4 ........................... Roanoke, Virginia K A: Business Manager University of Virginia Magazine: German Club. EDWARD MARSHALL FROST ............ 5 ...... ' ................... Lynchburg, Virginia 'I' A 93 'I' I3 K: 'I' A 'IH T. I. L. K. A.: IMP: Raveng P. K.g German Club. ROSCOE BRADLEY GAITHER ............ 7 ...... ................ M exico City, Mexico Virginia Law Review Board. HARRY WHITEHEAD GAMBLE .....,... 4 ............................ Selma, Alabama A K Eg fl' A 'IH Skull and Keys: T. I. L. K. A.: IMPQ P. K.: German Clubg First Year Football and Basket-Ball Teams, l9l7-l9l8g Head Cheer Leader. CHARLES BERNARD GODWIN, JR. ....... 3 ............. .......... C huclcatuck, Virginia 'I' K Eg German Club. ADOLPH LEONARD GOODMAN .... . . . 5 .... . . . Baltimore, Maryland Z B T IRVIN ABRAHAM HARVEY ............. 3 ............................ Pizarro, Virginia B. A., Roanoke Collegeg M. A., Princeton University JAMES GIBBONEY KAVANAUGH ....... 3 .... ....... I .... .... R o anol-te, Virginia Jefferson Society. I SAMUEL MELVIN KOOTZ ................ 5 ..... ...... .............. P o rtsmoutli, Virginia KI' E Hg E A X3 OWL: Editor-in-Chief Universily af Virginia Magazirie, l9l8-l9l9. CHARLES F. G. KUYK .................... 3 . .......................... Bon Air, Virginia If A: T. I. .L. K. A.: German Clubg Vice President Law School: G. A. A. Boardg "V": Football and Baseball Teams, I9l9-19205 Coach First Year Football Team, l920. ' ECTOR SMITH LAWSON ..... . . . 4 .... .... L ancaster, Kentucky 'I' A 93 'I' A 'IH Eli Banana. 104 Qantas ann Qnurls 1921i lDepartmeni of Lalvl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS WALTER BAKER MCGOWAN ............ 3 ...................... Laurens, South Carolina B. A., University of South Carolina K A, T. I. L. K. A., P. K., "V", Football Team, I9l9, Assistant Coach Football Team, l920. JOHN CHICHESTER MACKALL .......... 5 ............................ Langley, Virginia A T Ag 'II' A '11, Eli Banana, IMP, P. K., German Club, Manager Track Team, l9l9-l920. CHARLIE DECATUR MAHOOD .......... 6 ..................... Princeton, West Virginia IIB K Eg A II, '12 A 'I', Eli Banana, "Z", "l3", P. K., German Club, "V", Captain Baseball Team, l920, President G. A. A., l9l9, G. A. A. Board, 1920-l92l. GEORGE READ MARTIN ................. 6 ................ .......... N orfollc, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia A CIP, KID B K, 112 A '12, Z T, Skull and Keys, Eli Banana, Raven, P. K., German Club, OWL, Tennis Team, 1920, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Virginia Union Board, Virginia Law Review Board, Editor-in-Chief Comes AND CURLS, I920. WILLIAM CLAYTON MATTHEWS ....... 6 ................ g ........... Atlanta, Georgia E X, fi? A YP, Skull and Keys, P. K., German Club, Editor Alumni News: Assistant Alumni Secretary, Virginia Press Bureau. THOMAS JOHNSON MICI-IIE, JR. ......... 6 .......... .......... C harlottesville, Virginia M. A., University of Virginia 9 A X, '11 B K, Raven, Virginia Lan: Review Board, President Law School, Manager First Year Football Team, I9l5, Reportorial Staff College Topics, l9l5, Instructor in Law. HENRY PRESTON MORRIS .......... .... 7 ............ .... J e tersville, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia 'P A A, Colonnade Club, Undergraduate Instructor in Law. WILLIAM TEMPLE MOSELEY ........... 5 .............. . .. University, Virginia B 9 II, A II, 'I' A fll, Eli Banana, P. K., German Club. GEORGE TEMPLE MURRAH ............. 3 ............ .... B essemer, Alabama A X A, Commander ,lim McConnell Post American Legion. PLAYFORD ALONZO NAYLOR .... .... 3 ..... .... . . . Oakland, Maryland A 9 ff' PARSONS NEWMAN ..Q .................. 7 .......... . ,... Frederick, Maryland B. A., University of Virginia 2 T, Raven, Virginia Law Review Board. EDMUND MYERS PRESTON ............. 5 .......................... Richmond, Virginia 111 K E, A II, 'I' A '11, T. I. L. K. A., German Club, Tennis Team, Wrestling Team, Virginia Lam Review Board, Chairman Tennis Committee, Y. M. C. A. Executive Committee. 1921 Qllurks anti Qlurls 105 lDepariment of Lanvl l NAME YEAR IN comms Home Auomass MCDANIEL PURCELL . .. ......... 4 .,....... ..... G reenwood, Virginia A 9 'I' I FREDERICK D. G. RIBBLE, JR. ......,..... 4 ............ ....... P etersburg, Virginia M. A., University of Virginia K 3: 'P A 'I': E T: Raven: Colonnade Club: Jefferson Society: Virginia Lan: Review Board: Senior Instructor in Law. HOLLIS RINEHART, JR. ......... i .......... 4 ...................... Charlottesville, Virginia A K 15: 'I' A 'l': Skull and Keys: T. I. L. K. A.: Raven: IMP: "IBN: P. K.: German Club: "Vu: Football, l9I9-I920: Captain Wrestling Team, 1920: Captain-elect Foot- ball Team, l92I. RICHARD WILLING BYRD RUFFIN ...... 3 .... Norfolk, Virginia U A X: Historian Law School. EDWARD PERCY RUSSELL .............. 5 ......................... Memphis, Tennessee X 'l': 'I' A 'I': Skull and Keys: Eli Banana: "Zn: "l3": P. K.: German Club: Raven: C. A. A. Board: "VH: Football Team, l9l9-I920: Virginia Lan: Review Board fresignedj: Executive Committee Y. M. C. A. RICHARD EPPES SHANDS. .............. 6 .............. Washington, District of Columbia B. S., University of Virginia 3 N: Skull and Keys: P. K.: German. Club: President Y. M. C. A., I9l9: Secretary and Treasurer Law Class: Business Manager Virginia Lam Review: Track Team. LAURENCE BAKER SHEPPARD ......... 4 ....... ....... ..... H a nover, Pennsylvania 'I' I' A MAURICE AARON SILVER ...... .... 3 .... Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Virginia Law Review Board. MEADE THOMPSON SPICER, JR. ......... 3 .... P .......... . . .... Richmond, Virginia B. A., Richmond College K Ag 'I' A 'l': German Club: Raven: Virginia Lan: Review Board. JOHN MOORE WALTON .......... .... 3 ......... .... . . .... A ugusta, Georgia X fl' ALBERT LEE WARDLAW ................ 3 .............. .... G reer, South Carolina B. A., University of South Carolina 23 A E: Interfraternity Council. STUART BARRINC-ER WARREN .... .... 4 . . . ..... Wilmington, Delaware 0AXg1lfAA 106 Qiurks ann Qlurls 1921 lDepartment of Lawll NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE IIOME ADDRESS ,IERE MALCOLM HARRIS WILLIS ........ 3 ............. ....... F reclericlcslzurg, Virginia B. A., Richmond College H K A9 Glee Club: Theatrical Club, l9l8-I9I9g Virginia Law Review Board. ROGER GARBER WOLCOTT ........ .... 5 ......... ................. N o rfollc, Virginia K Ag President Wireless Club. FRANCIS MARION WRAY ................ 3 ............. .... M arlinsville, Virginia BL A., Randolph-Macon College 'I' K Eg KP A 'Pg 5 T3 T. I. L. K. A.3 Assistant Law Librarian. , fi QSQ. 'E as-fl l L I nonsxxcsn APPLICANTS FOR DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF MEDICINE I92I Qlngks ann Qlur Applicants for Degree of Doctor of IVIGCIILIHG ERNEST I-IAMLIN ALDERMAN CARL BISHOP HAROLD CINTRA COX FRANK LLOYD FOSTER FRANK ARNOLD FOX JOHN SEXVARD LAWRENCE LOUIS JEAN BAPTIST LEBEL WILLIAM ROSS MORRIS ROBERT MASSIE PAGE PATTON KIMBROUGH PIERCE 0.1.- JOSEPH OVERTON PORTER WILLIAM IRWIN PRICHARD CHARLES LEE QUAINTANCE MILLARD BRIDGMAN SAVAGE WILLIAM MARCO SHEPPE IOSEPH HAMILTON SMITH EDGAR MUCKETT TENNIS CUTHBERT TUNSTALL RICHARD LEE WILLIS JAMES EDWIN WOOD, JR. ls 109 norslxux-R UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL STUDENTS 1921 Qlinrks ann CEGIIIZIS ll' nfl-lTH-N DUB OFFICERS PATTON KIMBROUGH PIERCE .................,. .......... P resident ROBERT MASSIE PAGE .............. ..... V ice President ALBERT AUGUSTINE CREECY .....,.. ........ S ecretary EDWARD JOSEPH OTTENHEIMER ..... .... T reasurer JAMES EDWIN WOOD ...............,.................. .... H islorian FIRST YEAR CLASS NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE A HOME ADDRESS CHARLES HUGH ALLMAN ............... 2 ....... ..... C lade Hill, Virginia 'I' I3 ll SHEPPARD KELLAM AMES ...,. .... I EA lc, I1-liz: MALLORY SINCLAIR ANDREWS ......... 3 14 :,A11,'1i1'z . . . .... Ringoteague, Virginia . . . .... Newport News, Virginia LEWIS WINSTON ANGLE ..... 2 .... Rocky Mount, Virginia Q X EUGENE OSMAN BARR. . , L . . . . 2 . . . ..... Washington, District of Columbia K A LILA MORSE BONNER ................... l .,.. . ..,............ Due West, Soulli Carolina B. A.. Woman's College of Due West WILBUR MORRISON BOWMAN .......... 3 ......... ...... .... P e tersburg, Virginia .ll ll JOSEPH CAPLAN ............... 2 . .. .......... Norfolk, Virginia MORRIS COHEN .................... ... 3 ... . . . , . . . . . . Lynchburg, Virginia GEORGE l'lUTCl'lESON DENNY .......... 3 ....,............ Charles Town, West Virginia B. A., Hampden-Siclney College 0 X, ll M II2 QZUTTKS H1111-QIIIIZIS 1921 JMedicaI Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS HARRY LEE DENOON, JR. .... ........ 2 ...... .... R i climond, Virginia K A, fb P E MAURTCE STEWART DOAK ............. l .........,.. .... G reenville, Tennessee B. A., Tusculum College N E N FREDERIC GRIFFIN DORWART .......... I .......... .... N ewport, Pennsylvania B. A., Trinity College A WI' IRVING DRABKIN ................. B. S., College of the City of New Yorlc DON CARLOS ESKEW .............. JOHN BUTLER FAISON ............ B. A., Princeton University 2 A E, 11: P 2 ROBERT EDWARD FEAGANS ...... SOLOMON SIDNEY FEUERMAN... EDWARD HAIBELL FITE .......... 'I' I' Ag A U: 'I' P Eg German Club. RICHARD SPENCER GILL .... . .... . K 2: A H3 fl' P E: P. K.: German Club. YELENA GRGITCH ................ B. A., Belgrad University . . . .New York, New York . . . . .Knoxville, Tennessee . . .Jersey City, New Jersey . .Holcomb's Rock, Virginia . . . .New Yorlc, New York . . . . . Muskogee, Oklahoma . . . .Petersburg Virginia . . . . . . . . .. Belgracl, Serbia ANDREW GLASSELL GRINNAN ......... 3 .... ...... ..... W o odluerry Forest, Virginia RICHARD HUCKSTEP HOLT ..... .... 2 .... ...... P o rtsmouth, Virginia II BI HOLCOMBE HARRIS HURT .... .... 3 .... .... B l ackstone, Virginia K Ag -If P 2: ELLIOTT CORWITH JOLLIFF .... .... 4 .... . .. Charlottesville, Virginia II ll WILLIAM BERNARD KEATING .... .... 4 .... . .... W incliester, Virginia QI' B II LUTHER WRENTMORE KELLY .......... 4 .......... .. . Williamsburg, Virginia B. S., University of Virginia e A X, N 2 N RAYMOND DE VAN KIMBROUGH ....... 4 .... ....... U niversity, Virginia FLOYD LAFAYETTE KNIGHT ............ 2 .... ..Cartl'1age, North Carolina A Ag 'I' B H JOHN FAIR LUCAS ........... E N OSCAR JACOBS MCLAUGHLIN ..... Washington Literary Society. . . . Sunflower, Mississippi . .Niagara Falls, New York 192' Qlnrks ann Qlurls H3 lMcdicaIClass1 NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS EDGAR IVIEREDITH IVICPEAK ............ 3 ....... .... U niversily, Virginia 111 1' :J EDWARD CONWAY IVIAPI-IIS ..... 3 . . . ..... Warrenlon, Virginia K Eg 'I' I' E: German Club. RUTH SPOTTSWOOD MASON .... I . .. ....,. Stony Creek, Virginia EDWIN DEWITT MILLER ................. I ........... .... B ridgewaler, Virginia B. A., Bridgewater College REES MORGAN .......,... ........... 3 ........... ..... P o rlsmoulh, Virginia 11- K la, 111 II II OCIE BUTLER MORRISON ,... . . . . . 3 . . . .... Petersburg, Virginia GEORGE PRESTON NOWLIN ..... 4 . .... Lynchburg, Virginia 'I' A 95 'It I' Zig German Club. JAMES ARCHIBALD O'KEEI7E ..... . . . 4 . . . .... Richmond, Virginia A X P PAUL IVICDOWELL PEGAU ............... 5 ..,........ .... P etersburg, Virginia B. S., University of Virginia II III FRANK CONLON PINKERTON ........... 2 ......... .... N orfolk, Virginia N 22 N WILLIAM ELLIS PINNER .......... 4 ............. .......... S uffolk, Virginia MAUDE STOVALL PRESSLY ........,.... I ..................,.. Charlotte, North Carolina B. A., Woman's Cullcge of Due West DANIEL IVIALLORY PRINCE ............. 3 ................... Laurinlaurg, Norlh Carolina II' B II HALL HOLLOWAY RATCLIFFE. .... 3 21.1 Eg 111122: EDGAR I-IEALY ROWE. JR. ........,...... I .............. . B. A., Emory and Henry College 11 0 IIg N 23 N WILLIAM AUBURN RUNKLE. ............ 4 ............. WINSTON UNDERWOOD RUTLEDGE... 2 EX: -1111: CHARLES TIFFANY ST. CLAIR, JR. ....... 3 1ze11,f111':: ' NELSON WHITE SISSON ........ 3 II 11 ' WILLIS MCCOLLUM SPRINKLE ..... 2 K 11, N :: N BOLLING CRAIG STANLEY .............. 3 'I' 1' Ag 'I' I' E5 Basket-Ball Squad. SOUREN TASHJIAN ...........,.. I . . . . . . . Natchez, Mississippi . . . . Charlottesville, . . . .IVIiIford, Virginia Virginia . . . . Anchorage, Kentucky . . . . . Bluelielcl, West Virginia . . . . Bath, Virginia . . . . Marion, Virginia Atlanta, Georgia Washington, Distric! of Columbia H4 Qlnrks ann Qlurts 1921 lMcdical Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS FRANKLIN ANDERSON THOMAS ........ I ..... .... C harlotte, North Carolina DOUGLAS DORIOT VANCE ......... 3 .... .,...... B ristol, Tennessee N 2 N MARION HOWELL WATSON ..... . . . I . . . . . . .Chatham, Virginia N Z N JOHN WALKER WRIGHT ................ I . . .Q ..... ..... A ustin, Texas B. A., University of Texas 'I' P E WILLIAM DEKALB WYLIE .... ...... 3 .... Columbia, South Carolina SECOND YEAR CLASS VINCENT WILLIAM ARCHER ............ 6 ............... Black Mountain, North Carolina B. S., University of Virginia 9 A X: N E Ng "V", Track Team, Captain Track Team, 1920-l92l, Holder Virginia Records in High Jump and Javelin Throw. WALTER WEYMAN BENTON .......,.... 4 ............................ Winder, Georgia .xXP,q,Bn LAUNCELOT MINOR BLACKFORD ....... 4 ...........,....,......... University, Virginia H My Slcull and Keys, P. K.: Art Editor CORKS AND CURLS, I92l: Assistant Art Editor The Virginia Reclg Adjutant American Legion. EDWARD THURSTON BRADINC ........ 2 ........... Ph. B., Tusculum College N 2 N SILAS ELDRIDCE CHAMBERS .... . . . 3 ... ,... H Mg Cosmopolitan Club. ALBERT AUGUSTINE CREECY .......... 4 . . . E X3 A U5 'P P 3: Treasurer Medical School. SAMUEL WESLEY EASON, JR. .......,... 2 ............... .. B. A., College of William and Mary MONROE. JACOB EPTING, JR ....... . ..... 2 ...,........... B. A., Newberry College fir B rr RICHARD TAYLOR ERGENBRIGHT ..... 4 4: B IT RICHARD DULANEY GILL .... 4 II M WILLIAM HENRY GLASS ..... 2 K Ag N 2 N ISADORE ALVIN GOLDSTEIN ..... . .. 5 .. . ROBERT BATTAILE HIDEN ....... 6 E A Eg 'If P Eg Skull and Keys. Johnson City, Tennessee . . . .UniversiIy, . . . . Norfolk, . . .. Norfolk, . . . Savannah. Charlottesville, . . . .Leesburg, . . . .Cainesville, . . . . . Danville, . .Pungateague, Virginia Virginia Virginia Georgia Virginia Virginia Florida Virginia Virginia 192' Clarks ann flliurls H5 fMcdical Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS CLARK DICKENSON HOPKINS ........... 4 ........ ..... R ichmond, Virginia 11 M WILLIAM BARRINGTON HUBBARD ..... 4 .... ..... B roaclway, Virginia 'I' B II CHARLES ISAAC JOHNSON .............. l ........ .... . ...... M ontgomery, Alabama B. S., University of Alabama 2 A Eg 11' X THOMAS DUCKETT JONES .............. 2 ............. ...,. P etershurg, Virginia B. A., Virginia Military Institute H9113 'If P Z2 EUGENE LESLIE LOWENBERG .... . . . . 5 .... ..... N orfolk, Virginia Z I3 T5 'I' III Kg Raven, JOSEPH HOVANES LUSCINIAN .......... 2 ............. .... B lacksburg, Virginia B. S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute JOSEPH S. MANNING, JR. ,............. 2 ............. ...... N ew York City RAY JACKSON NEFF ..................... 2 ............. ..... C hilhowie, Virginia B. A., Emory and Henry College K Eg N E N HERBERT LAMONT PUGH ..........,.... 6 ............ .... C rozet, Virginia ll' If II WILLARD GREENBERRY RAINEY ....... 4 .... ..... G reensboro, North Carolina A 2 Pg 'I' 5B II SAMUEL HARVEY RIVERS .............. 2 ............. ..... D ryclen, Virginia B. A., Emory and Henry College N E N . CHARLES WILLIAM SCOTT .............. 4 . ..... ..... P ort Republic, Virginia CALDWEl-L JACKSON STUART .......... 5 .......... . .... Washington, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia 'I' ll II WILLIAM HENRY TURNLEY ............ 2 ............ B. S., University of Florida K Ag N 2 N RICHARD GREEN WATERHOUSE, JR. .... 2 ............ . B. A., Emory and Henry College N E N WILLIAM WESTON, JR. ............. . . . . 2 ........ . . .. E A E5 'I' P Eg German Club. C-RAVEN FIELDS WINSLOW ..... .... 5 .,.. . A X Pg -1, is ri . . . .Fort Meade, . . . . . Emory, . . . . . .Columhia, South Elizabeth City, North Floricla Virginia Carolina Carolina H6 QIUIIIS ann QKIIII5 l92l lMeJical Classl THIRD YEAR CLASS NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE WALTER PAUL ADAMS .................. 5 . . , . . . B 9 Hg A Hg 'IP P E: P. K.: German Club. JOHN THROCKMORTON BATE, Jn.. ..... 3 Bc-Jn,-1-PE,AEP EDGAR PARMELEE CARDWELL ......... 4 .... A X Pg II M SARA RUTH DEAN ....................... l ............. . . B. A., University of Mississippi RISDEN JASPER DEFORD ................ I . ........... B. A., University of Tennessee 2 41? E SELVIA OSCAR FRY ...... .... . . .... 3 .... .. II M ISAAC LONG HARSHBARGER ...... .... 3 .... E 4- Eg fr, B II CHARLES CALHOUN HEDGES ..... .... 6 .... sb K Eg fir P 2 FRANK HELVESTINE, Jn. ....... ..... 5 . BAYARD TAYLOR HORTON ..... .... 7 .... II M ESTES CASKIE KIDD ..................... 5 . ...... . CHARLES BRUCE IVIORTON, II ........... 5 .......... B. S., University of Virginia II K A3 N 2 Ng German Club: Instructor in Biochemistry. WILLIAM JACOB NORFLEET, JR. ......... 5 ........... . fI1BH MILES PARKER OMOHUNDRO ........... 3 .... II K A, N 2 N EDWARD JOSEPH OTTENHEIMER ...... 5 ...........,....... B. S., University of Virginia HOME ADDRESS . . . . . . .Norfollc, Virginia . . . St. Matthews, Kentucky Wilmington, North Carolina . . . .GreenwoocI, Mississippi . . . .Savannali, Tennessee . . . . . .Edinburg, . . . Port Repulalic, .....Marietta, . . . . Roanolce, .. . .. Gate City, . . . . .Livingston, . . . .Alexanclria, .......SulIollc, . . . Farmer's Forlc, Virginia Virginia Georgia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia . . .Willimantic, Connecticut E 'I' Eg 'I' B U5 Secretary Medical Department: Interfraternity Council: Instructor in Pharmacology. ALBERT AUSTIN PEARRE ............... 5 ................... .... F redericlr, Maryland B. S., University of Virginia fb K 2, fi: IB H LOUIS JOSEPH RICI-IMAN ................ 6 .......... .... N ewport News, Virginia B. S.. University of Virginia RUSSELL WATSON ROBERTS ............ 5 .......... .... F aber, Virginia TIM 1921 QE u r k 5 a lt U QL'11 r I 5 '17 IMedical Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS ALFRED RIVES SHANDS, JR .......... .... 6 .............. W ashington, District of Columbia B. A., University of Virginia E Ng N 27 Ng Slcull and Keys: T. I. L. K. A.: P. K.: German Clubg Raveng "Vu: Tracl: Team: Manager Basket-Ball Team, I9l9g Captain Cross Country Team, I9I7 and I920: Winner S. A. I. A. A. Cross Country Run, I920. FLOYD REEVES SMITH .................. 3 ................. .... T arrytown, New York B. A., Williams College A A fl' ROBERT GLASS VANCE, JR. ..........,... 4 ............. ......... W aynesboro, Virginia E A Eg 'I' P 29 Eli Banana: "V", Baseball Team, I9l9. WILLIAM HENRY CLAY WHITE... ...... 5 ................ Elizabeth City, North Carolina A X Pg 'I' If II -..-o-- FOURTH YEAR CLASS ERNEST HAIVILIN ALDERIVIAN ........... 4 ............. .... G reensboro, North Carolina B. A., University of North Carolina N E N CARL BISHOP ......... . . . 6 .... ...... ............. R i ner, Virginia N E N HAROLD CINTRA COX ..... . .. 4 .... .... G arden City, Long Island, New York AAMNEN FRANK LOYD FOSTER ..... 7 .... ..... W ashington, District of Columbia ova FRANK ARNOLD FOX .... ............ 4 ........... ..... C- r eenville, Tennessee B. A., Tusculum College KMNEN JOHN SEWARD LAWRENCE ............. 8 ........... ........ S outh Norfolk, Virginia B. A.. University of Virginia ll' I' Ag 'I' B Kg 'P P Eg A 52 A: Raven: Colonnade Clubg Biology Instructor, Physio- logical Chemistry Instructor: Executive Committee Y. M. C. A. LOUIS ,IEAN BAPTIST LEBEL ............ 2 ................. .... N utley, New Jersey B. A., New York University WILLIAM ROSS MORRIS .... ............ 6 .... .... ..... C h a rlottesville, Virginia A 'X ROBERT MASSIE PAGE .................. 6 ......... ............... B atesville, Virginia B. S., University of Virginia A T A: N E N: A 9 A: Raven: German Club: Vice President Medical School: Student Assistant in Clinical Diagnosis. PATTON KIMBROUCH PIERCE .......... 4 ........................ Tux Ralph, Alabama B. A., University of Alabama: B. S., Marion Institute K E7 'I' P E: 'I' B K: A 9 A: T. I. L. K. A.: Raveng "Zn: Instructor in I-Iistologyg President Medical Department. its qigg rks ann Qlurls 1921 lMeJicalClass1 NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS JOSEPH OVERTON PORTER ............. 5 ..... .... .... L y nchluurg, Virginia WILLIAM IRWIN PRICHARD ............ 5 ....... . ........... .... P etersburg, Virginia B. A., Randolph-Macon College 'I' K E: 'T' P 2: E T5 T. I. L. K. A.: "Z", "l3": P. K.: Cuerman Club, "V", Cap- tain Varsity Baseball Team, l92O. CHARLES LEE QUAINTANCE. ............ 6 ........,.......... ..... C ulpeper, Virginia A X Pg 413 B H MILLARD BRIDCMAN SAVAGE .......... 6 ............... .... N orfollc, Virginia E fi' Eg 'I' B Hg Fraternity Representative Cotucs AND Cum.s. WILLIAM MARCO SHEPPE. .............. 6 ...................... Charlottesville, Virginia A X5 'I' IB Hg Raven: German Clubg Secretary Medical School. JOSEPH HAMILTON SMITH ......,,..... 4 ................. Charlottesville, Virginia 'IP B II EDGAR MARCEILLES TENNIS .... 4 ...., Phoebus, Virginia K A, N 2 N CUTHBERT TUNSTALL ................. B ........... .... ...... N 0 rfollc. Virginia RICHARD LEE WILLIS B. A., University of Virginia . . K. A., IMPQ "iff", P. K.: German Club. A tI'g Skull and Keys, T. l L . . K. A.: IMPg P. K., German Club. A Wg Skull and Keys, T. l L -IAMES EDWIN WOOD, 4111 Eg 4113 K, A sz JR. ............... 7 ...........,. ...... . B. S., University of Virginia A Q Raven. 5 ZXQQ Z ' ffff X Mfg Q fo 5 if M i Charlottesville, Chatham. Virginia Virginia IIDLSINGER APPLICANTS FOR ENGINEERING DEGREES 1921 QIUtkS Huh QIIIIIS 12' Applicants for Engineering Degrees ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING JAMES O'REILLY COLEMAN CHARLES LUNSFORD SAUNDERS WILLIAM MACNEILL GILCHRIST ALBERT GALLATIN THOMAS EDWARD CONRAD GRIMMER EARL HAMPTON VIA KENNETH SEWELL WINGFIELD CIVIL ENGINEERING LEWIS ELBERT AKERS HOWELL BOISSEUX ESKRIDGE EDWARD FRANKLIN BLAKE CHRISTIAN VANDEGRIFT HOLLAND GEORGE EDWARD CLARK RALPH MCCOY TRIMBLE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JAMES TINSLEY ALSOP JOHN MILLER PORTER JOHN PARKE CUSTIS PETER MECHANICAL ENGINEERING EARL HAMPTON VIA MINING ENGINEERING FRANK AUBREY MASSIE, JR. 4 nonsxssnn UNDERGRADUATE ENG!NEERlNG STUDENTS 1921 Qllurks ann Qlurls '23 YI ' ' ""' x N X . "" - ., ,- f . VL ...:..::.'.::z-4...-..-Jr.. 4- : . H . A-N . A--. ..- .1-1 OFFICERS GEORGE EDWARD CLARK ..................... . CHRISTIAN VANDEGRIFT HOLLAND .... GEORGE PETERKIN GAMBLE .......... GEORGE JAMES PARRISH .... . . . . . . . .Presidenl . . . . . Vice Presidenl ............1-lislorian . .Secrelary-Treasurer MEMBERS NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS WILLIAM MICHELBOROUGH ABBOTT.. ....,... ....... C hester, Virginia LEWIS ELBERT AKERS .................. .... ..... S n owville, Virginia GRAHAM CLARK ALDERSON ..... . . . JAMES TINSLEY ALSOP ........ ,........ A T Q: A III? E 415 Epsilon Society. THEODORE JOSEPH AMELSON ,...... .. GREEN MARION BAGGETT, JR... ALEXANDER FYFE BAILLIS ..... DAVID MOSES BALENTINE ...... K A M KEVILL L. BARBOUR .............. .... HENRY COMPTON BARKSDALE ........ Washington Literary Society. STANLEY GRUENARD BARNETT ....... HARRY FETZER BAUSERMAN .... .... . . . . . I-Iansonville, Virginia . . . . .RicI1moncI, Virginia . . . . . Portsmouth, Virginia . . . . Roiling Fork, Mississippi . . . . . .......... .... O ceana, Virginia . . . . . . . . East Downington, Pennsylvania . . . .South Boston, Virginia . . . . .Carters Bridge, Virginia . . . . . . .Denver, Colorado . .... New I-Iope, Virginia 124 QIUIIKS HUD QIIUIIB 192' lEngineering C Iassl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS CHARLES FLOYD BEDALL ..... ....... I ..... .... B I ackstone, Virginia RUSSELL EDWIN BENNETT .... . .. I .... ..... N orfoIIc, Virginia 2 fp E DUDLEY LEMUEL BENNINGTON ....,.. I .... ......,. ........ L y nchburg, Virginia EDWARD FRANKLIN BLAKE ............ 5 ...................... Fredericksburg, Virginia II K AQ E B 'IH Raveng Instructor in Civil Engineeringg EpsiIon Society. WILLIAM JAMES BLAKE ......... ..... 2 .... ........ ........ A I e xandria, Virginia STUART RANDOLPH BOOKER ..... I .... Huntington, West Virginia A llfg First Year Football Squad. CHRISTOPHER SILAS BOOTH .... . .. 2 .... ...... D anville, Virginia WILLIAM HODGES BORUM .... 2 .... ...... O cean View, Virginia GUY W. BOSWICK ............ . . . 3 . . . ..... Fairmount Park, Virginia PHILIP FENDALL BOWIE .... 2 .... ....... I7 ront Royal, Virginia A X EARNEST C. BROWN ...... I .... ..... C I1arIoltesviIIe, Virginia NOLAND WALDO BROWN . . . . . . 4 .... ...... N orrisviIIe, Virginia E B fI' OGDEN WOOD BROWN ...... 2 ,... ..... C I1arIo!tesviIIe, Virginia ROBERT ADAMS BROWN ..... . . . 4 .... ..... C harlotlesville, Virginia Epsilon Society. V. KERFOOT BROWN ............... .. . 3 .... ..... C I'1arIottesviIIe, Virginia WILLIAM WILKINSON BULLOCK ........ I .... .... L eecIiviIIe, North CaroIina THEODORE ROBERT BUNTING ......... 3 .... .......... N orfoIIc, Virginia NICHOLAS BROWSE TRIST BURKE ..... I .... .... A Iexandria, Virginia JOHN WHIFI-WORTH CALCOTT .......... 2 .... ...... N orfoIIc, Virginia THOMAS FRANKLIN CARRUTHERS .... 4 .... ..... P urceIIviIIe, Virginia ROLAND SI-IURTLEFF CARTER ......... 2 .... .... C Iaremont, Virginia WILLIAM R. CARTER ............. I .... ......, B erryville, Virginia- GEORGE WILLIAM CASSELL .... . . . 2 .... ..... C Iiarlottesville, Virginia A A JAMES C. CAUSEY, JR. .............. . . . I .... ..... S uIfoIIc, Virginia JOHNSON BARBOUR CHRISTIAN ....... 2 .............. Hanover, Virginia A T A WHITNEY NORRIS CHRISTMAS .... . . . 3 . . . . . .Washington, District of CoIumIJia 1921 QEork5 ann Qtlurls 125 NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS GEORGE EDWARD CLARK .............. 4 .......... ...... Phoebus, Virginia 2 If -Ii, Epsilon Seeieiye Pneeaeienr Engineering Department. HAROLD I-IOMER CLARK ................ THOMAS LYTTLETON COCKRELL ...... MORITZ ANTON COHEN ........... JAMES O'REILLY COLEMAN ...... E 13 'IH Raven: Epsilon Society. JAMES WILLIAMS COLVIN ......, JULIUS CONN ..............,... CHESTERFIELD C. CRITZER, JR ..... PAUL NORTON CRUM .......... EDGAR WILSON DARE ....... FLAVIUS EUGENE DAVIS, JR. .... HAMILTON C. DAVIS... .... .. JOSEPH BRISCOE DAVISON .... EUGENE BLOCKER DIBOLL .... JOSEPH ROGERS DICKINSON ..... . . . GODWIN WORTH DRAPER ..... THOMAS CLAUDE DURHAM ..... A 4' JOSEPH CLINTON ELGIN ..... EARL O'GRADY EMORY .......... CARLYLE LLEWELLYN EPTON .... HOWELL BOSSIEUX ESKRIDGE .... 6 X GEORGE ALEXANDER EVANS ..... -If A 9 LOUIS JAMES FRIGG, JR .,.. . WILLIAM KNIGHT FORD. . . .. HENRY CLARK FORREST ..... 22 li 'I' JOHN CONWAY FOX .... K Ag Glee Club. .... Newporr News, Virginia .............RuCIviIIe, Virginia Washington, District of Ceinnelnn Raetnnena, Virginia Washington, District of Columbia . . . . . . . Newport News, Virginia . . . . . . . .Afton, Virginia . . . . Birmingham, Alabama . . . Alexandria, Virginia . . . . .RoanoIce, Virginia . . . . Fernandina, Florida . . . . .Union Point, Georgia . . . . New Orleans, Louisiana . . . . . . .GIasgow, Kentucky . . . . . . Boykins, Virginia . . . .New York, New York . . . .NasI'IviIIe, Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . . .Dendron, Virginia . . . .Spartanburg, South Carolina . . . . . . . . . .Staunton, Virginia . . . East Orange, New Jersey . . . . . . University, Virginia . . . . .TaIcott, West Virginia. . . . . University, Virginia . . . . .Roanoke, Virginia '26 Q.1Utk5 HUD Qllurls 1921 llfngincering Classl NAME YEAR IN coLL1acE GEORGE PETERKIN GAMBLEV ......,.. ,. A 'Pg 5 IB 'Pg Epsilon Society. ROBERT CUSTIS GARRISON ....,.. .... A 'Pg First Year Football Squad. BERNARD WILLIAM GHISELIN .... .... WILLIAM MACNEIL GILCHRIST. ....... .. GORDON HAMILTON GILDERSLEEVE.. A 111 -IUSTUS EDWARD GLICK .,.... W. T. LAWRENCE GORDON ..... FRANK GORDON ............ A X P GEORGE LEROY GOUDY .......... .... Epsilon Society: Wrestling Team. ALVIN NELSON GRAY ............. .... ALLAN BROWER GREEN ................ 9 A X5 A U5 "CVC" "V"g Tra l92I. cl: Team, EDWARD CONRAD GRIMMER ........... CLARENCE ROLAND GROVES ..,. .... fi' K 5: Epsilon Society. JACK ARVID GUNN ......... .... K A WILLIAM WORSHAM HARDY ..... .... A A LEROY CRAUN HARMON ..... .... PAUL EVANS HARMON ..... .... HENRY MILETUS HARRIS ......... .... WELFORD CAPERS HARRISON .,....... HUGH CASEY HARWOOD. ...... 9 A X THOMAS MIRAM HENDERSON .... .... X 112 Alabama Virginia Virginia HOME ADDRESS 4 ...... ..... I-I untsville, I .... .... N orfolk, I .... ..... N ewport News, 5 .... I .... .... 2 .... I .... I .... 3 .... 3 .... 3 ..................,. . ., . . .. Norfolk, Mount Crawford, . .New Orleans, . . . . .. Marion, . . . Petersburg, . Newport News, Virginia East Orange, New jersey Virginia Louisiana Alabama Virginia Virginia ... . . . .I-Iillslaoro, Florida Virginia Virginia , Florida Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia I920g Captain Cross ountry Team, I92O- 3 .......... .. .... Cape Charles, 2 .... .... NI artinsville, 3 .... ...... T ampa 3 .... ..... A melia, 3 .--- .... B asic, 3 .... ...... B asic, 2 .... .... S cotlsville. 2 .... ........ R ichmond, 3 .... ..... N ewport News, I .... ...... M ilford, 5 ................... New OFICBTIS, Virginia Louisiana WILLIAM HARDY I-IENDREN, JR. .... . . . . X 'HIM Slcull and Keysg Eli Bananag P. KJ German Club: Assistant Manager Baseball Team. 192' Qtlnrks nun Qtlurts '27 lEngineering Classl NAME YEAR IN comma Home Anmuass JAMES I-IANNAN I-IENNELLY ............ 2 .......................,... Norfolk, Virginia 0 X5 A ll: Glce Club: Reportorial Staff College Topics: Vice President jefferson Society: Executive Committee American Legion, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Fraternity Representative CORKS AND CURLS. BERNARD ANDES HESS ............ 3 ..... University, Virginia FRED ARNOLD HOLKE ...........,...... 3 ,...........,............ San Antonio, Texas CHRISTIAN VANDEGRIITT HOLLAND... 4 ........................... Eastville, Virginia A T fl: A II: K A Mg P. K., German Club, Vice President of Engineering Department, Epsilon Society. THOMAS GUY HOSKINS, JR.. . .. HARRY MOORE HOWARD ......... CHARLES WILLIAMSON HUDSON. ALC-ERNON SMITH HURT, -IR. ..... . ,IOI-IN WOODWARD IRVINE .... JESSE CARTER JONES ...... ROBERT RAMSEY jONES ..... II K A SOLOMON KASAKOSS FRED G. KELLY .............. RICHARD HOWELL KELLY ..., TYLER BAINBRIDGE KIENER .,.. ELMER M. KNIGHT ........... PERCY COLEMAN KUHN ..... 3 ll 'I': Epsilon Society. WILLIAM CALVIN LASSITER ..... JOSEPH DOUGLAS LAWRENCE .... DAN ELBERT LEBAW, JR. .......... . ALBERT RANDOLPH LEFAUCHEUR ..... A X P WILLIAM O. LEFTWICH .... CHARLES HENRY LEWIS ..... HENRY HOWELL LEWIS ..... CHARLES MARSH LOVING ..... WILLIAM ALLAN LUKE, Jn. .... . First Year Football Team. . . . . . Norfolk, . , . . Alexandria, . . . . . Norfolk, . . . . Richmond, . . . . Culpeper, Hampton, Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia . . . .Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania . . . . Portsmouth, Virginia . . . . . Ensley, Alabama University, Virginia Washington, District of Columbia Rucisville, North Carolina . . . . . Richmond, Virginia . . . . . . . . . . .Paris, Tennessee . . . . .PencIIeton, South Carolina .............Waco, Texas . . . . . Norfolk, ..........CounciI, . . . . .FrecIericIcsburg, . . . . .HowardsviIIe, . . . .............. Lynchburg, Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia . . . ..... Washington, District of Columbia NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS 128 Qiiutks ann Qlutls 1921 lEngineering Classl JOSEPH EUGENE LYLES ..... K A M . NORMAN BROWN LYNCH ...... , .... Tampa, FIoriCIa . . . . .PorlsmoutI1, Virginia JOHN MCCLINTOCK, JR. ....... ..... L exington, Kentucky MARCELLU5 B. MCDAVITT .... .... .... B r ownsville, Texas ARTHUR MILLER MCNAIR ..... .... ..,.. U n iversity, Virginia K E KENNETH GOODWIN MCWANE ......... ..... L yncbburg, Virginia JAMES COLVIN MALLON ...... .....,. M ineral, Virginia WILLIAM HEWSON MANNING ,......... .... C harlottesville, Virginia 9 A Xg First Year BasebaII'Team. l920. MALCOLM HOXVARD MARKWOOD' ...... .... C harlottesville, Virginia A A THOMAS -STAPLES MARTIN, JR.. .. .... Washington, District of Columbia FRANK AUBREY MASSIE, JR. ..... .... ........ C I1 arlottesville, Virginia B 9 115 A Ii STEPHEN CUTHBERT MAY ...... .... W ashington, District of Coiumbia First Year Football Team. JOHN HANCOCK MAYO ................. ......... B eaver Dam, Virginia WILLIAM GREGORY MEADOW ..... Butfalo, New York OTHO FREDERICK MEARS, JR ........... .... E astville, Virginia K A JACK BURGESS MEEK ........ ..... H untington, West Virginia JOHN MARSHALL MONEY ..... .... ....... P o rtsmouth, Virginia HARRY CARLYLE MONROE ...... .... ..... P o rtsmouth, Virginia ANDREW EDWARDS MOODY .... .... ..... B i rmingham, Alabama A X RICHARD PARKS MOORE ...... .... ..... P o rtsmouth, Virginia WILLIAM EDWARD MOORE .... .... ..... B a sic, Virginia MARION HEWITT MORGAN, JR .... Hampton, Virginia K Eg Epsilon Society. FREDERICK TRACY MORSE ............. .... C harlottesville, Virginia SIDNEY OGLETHORPE MULLINS ....... JAMES KEITHLEY MURPHY ...... .... . . . . . Big Stone Cap, Virginia ........Orange, Virginia 1921 Qlurks ann Qlurls I29 lEngincering C lassl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE TIMOTHY HENRY MURPHY ............ 2 ....... WILLIAM BRENT NORMAN .... . .. 2 . . .. WALTER DEVANY NORRIS ........ . . . 4 . . . . RANDOLPH ODELL ..................... 3 .... E Ng Freshman Baseball Team, I9I9. ALLEN ORTH ............,......... BENTON BROOKS OWEN ........... 3 E B 'I'g K A M: Epsilon Society. NEWTON JEFFRESS PAINTER .... .. . 2 Washington Literary Sociely. WILLARD HENRY PARKER ........ 2 WILLIAM WINSTON PARKINSON ....... Z VASCO ROOSEVELT PARRACK .... 2 DEAN MCCREAGH PARRISH .... 2 GEORGE JAMES PARRISH ............... 2 23 'I' E: Treasurer of Engineering Deparlmenlg JOHN CROMWELL PARROTT ............ I 'I' K 'Pg Glee Club. BOYD HAWTHORNE PAYNE .,... 2 JAMES BRENT PAYNE ................... I DAVID MEADE BERNARD PEEBLES .... Z JAMES SIDNEY PEERY .................. I ROBERT VERNON PEGAU .......... 3 REDDING LIGHTFOOT PERKINS ........ I HOLLAND EVANT PERSINGER .... 4 JOHN PARKE CUSTIS PETER ..... 4 E B 'Pg K -A N3 Epsilon Society. CHARLES HANSON PETERSON .... I GEORGE VICTOR PILL ............. I THOMAS THWEATT PLEASANTS .,..... I CHARLES CAZENOVE PLUMMER ....... 4 E A Eg Glee Club, I9I9-I920, German Club. BENJAMIN WILSON PORTER ............ I 111 A 6 HOME ADDRESS .......................,..Richmond, Assislanl in Chemistry. .. ................RoanoI:e, . . . . Lynchburg. Virginia . . . . .Key Wesl, Florida . . . .WaverIy, Virginia . . . . Richmond, Virginia . . . .Lynchburg, Virginia . . . . Richmond, Virginia . . . .Roanol-ce, Virginia . . . . Norfolk, Virginia . . . .WarrenIon, Virginia . . . .RoanoIce, Virginia . . . . .Richmond, Virginia Virginia Virginia . . . .AmhersI, Virginia . . . FIuvanna, Virginia . . . . . Norfolk, Virginia . . . Tazewell, Virginia . . . . Petersburg, Virginia . . . . .Anniston, Alabama . . . . Roanoke, Virginia . . . .Radford, Virginia . . . . .MonIerey, Virginia Charlollesville, Virginia . . . . Richmond, Virginia . . . . . Mobile, Alabama Greenwich, Connecticut 130 Qlurks anwo Qliurls 1921 lEngineering C Iassl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS JOHN MILLER PORTER .................. 5 ......................... University, Virginia 9 X5 E B 1115 K A Mg Epsilon Society: Instructor in Chemistry: Associate Editor Engi- neering fournal: Business Manager Chemical journal. ELLIOTT PRESTON ..................... 4 . . . . . . Leesburg, Virginia 9 A X: 5 B '1': K A M: Epsilon Society. HAYNES GRAHAM PRESTON ...... . . . 2 . . . . . . Tazewell, Virginia H K A: Epsilon Society. BEAUFORT SELDEN RAGLAND .... Epsilon Society. 5 . . . . . . Richmond, Virginia REUBEN RICE RAWLS ....... . .. I .... . Asheville, Nortli Carolina GLENN WESLEY RHODES ...... 3 .... ......... D ziyton, Virginia ROBERT WILLIAM RIBBLE ......... 2 .... Wytlieville, Virginia Jeff erso n Society: German Club. HENRY WALE ROBERTS ....... 3 .... ..... L ouisa, Virginia CARL R. ROBINSON .,........... . .. l .... .... P ortsmoulla, Virginia SAMUEL ADAMS ROBINSON ..... 2 ....... Recl Hill, Virginia SAMUEL PERSON ROBINSON ...... . .. 3 .... Greensboro, Norlli Carolina GILBERT GRAY ROSENBERGER ........ I .... ...... W inchester, Virginia ROSWELL EMORY ROUND .............. 4 ....... Manassas, Virginia E N: K A M: Skull and Keys: "V": Track Team. CECIL WELLINGTON SANDERS ......... 2 ....... .. . .Clifton Forge Virginia CHARLES LUNSFORD SAUNDERS ...... 4 .......................,... Roanoke. Virginia 'I' K NP5 E IB fI'g Skull and Keys: German Club: Intcrfralernity Council: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Secretary-Treasurer Corks and Curls, Incorporated: Business Manager CORKS AND CURLS: Epsilon Society: Executive Council Virginia Club. HENRY SAVAGE, JR. ..................... l ..................... Camden, South Carolina WALTER SCHOLL ......... ,. . 2 ..... Washington, District of Columbia GEORGE KING SHANDS ................. 3 ......... . .... Washington, District of Columbia 2 Ng E B KID, Epsilon Society: Skull ancl Keys: German Club: Track Team: "CVc"g Cross Country Team. HOWARD BURTON SHAW, JR.. . . . . East Orange, New jersey ALBERT WILLIAM SHELHORSE .... l ,... ..Wl1ittlcs Depot, Virginia MARVIN R. SHEPHERD ......... l ,... .... I -lowardsville, Virginia HAROLD MATTHEWS SHUFF .... 4 ..... Pulaski, Virginia 9 X5 Glee Club. ALFRED WILLIAM SIMS .... 3 . . . .... Cascade, Virginia F921 QIurk5 ann Qllurls '31 lEngineering Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS AUGUSTUS WARDLAW SMITH, JR. ...... I ........ ...... G reensville, South Carolina EDMUND ADDISON SMITH ........ .... 2 .... ......... R i chmondg Virginia 0 X3 Jefferson Socicly. WILLIAM MINOR SMITH ................ 4 ...... .... R oanolce, Virginia 'I' K xI'g 23 IB 'Pg Skull and Keys: Epsilon Society. EDWARD FRANCIS SMITHERS .......... I ...... .... R ichmoncl, Virginia WILLIAM THOMAS SPRALEY ..... .... 2 .... .... L y nchburg, Virginia JAMES CRESAP SPRIGG, JR. .... .... 4 .... ..... U n iversity, Virginia II K A JAMES HOWARD STALEY ..... .. I .... ..... C harlottesville, Virginia GEORGE CARY STARKE ....... .... 3 .... ..,. M o ntgomery, Alabama CHARLES ROBERT STEVENS .... .... 2 .... .... H a rrisonburg, Virginia PAUL A. STOCKTON ......... .. I ,... .... I nclianapolis, Indiana HENRY BOYDEN SYCLE .... .... 3 .... .... R i chmond, Virginia THOMAS AUSTIN SYDNOR ,... .. I .... .... R ichmoncl, Virginia A T 15-5 Glee Club. HENRY LEA TATNALL, III .... .. I .... .... W ilmington, Delaware Z XI' GEORGE MARVIN TATUM .....,........ 3 .... ..... FRANCIS WILLIAM HAY TAYLOR ...... I .... .... Charlottesville, Virginia . . . .Pensacola-x, Florida WILLIAM BEALL TAYLOR .............. 2 .... ..... C halianooga, Tennessee K Ap Skull ancl Keys. HARVEY JONES TEASLEY ...... .. I .... .... N orfollc, Virginia ALBERT CALLATIN THOMAS ..,.. .... 6 .... .... L y nchhurg, Virginia ROBERT BURROW TORBETT .... .... 3 .... .... U n iversily, Virginia A A RALPH MCCOY TRIMBLE .......... .... 4 .... ..... M o nterey, Virginia Zi B 'Pg Raveng Epsilon. Society. CLYDE TEMPLETON TURNER, JR. ....... 2 .... .... M ontgomery, Alabama CARROLL FRANKLIN TYLER ........ .. I . . .. CHARLES LATRELL TYREE. ............ I .... GLEENWOOD MICHAEL VAN LEAR .... I .... ....... EDWARD VAN WAC-ENEN ............. . 2 ......Aldie, Virginia . . . .Cracloclg Virginia Basic, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia WILLIAM LU DWELL VAUGHAN ........ I ..,. .... M iddlesex, Virginia I32 Qlurks ann Qlnrls 192' lllngiineering Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS EARL HAMPTON VIA ................... 6 ............. . Charlottesville, Virginia 111K Wg E B IPQ "V", Basket-Ball Team, Epsilon Sociely. ROBERT HILL WADDELL ................ I ....,.. .. IRVING HUNDGINS WAINWRIGI-IT ..... I CHARLES FRANCIS WARD, JR. .......... I First Year I7ooII:1aII Team. CORTELYOU HOATH WARREN .... I LESTER ALLISON WASI-IBURN ..... 3 HERBERT CASSARD WEBB .... I PAUL L. WEIR .......,........ 4 FREDERICK POWER WEST. ,... I HARRY LIVELY WHITE, JR. .... 2 A X P FELIX NOBLE NVILLIAMS ..... 2 . .. A T Q FRED RAYMOND WILSON ..... Z A X P JOHN CAIT WILSON, JR. ........ 2 THOMAS AQUILLA WILSON ....... I KENNETH SEWELL WINGFIELD ........ 4 2 B 'Pg Raven, Epsilon Society. S. GRIFFIN WISE .................. 3 JOHN RUXTON WOOD ..... 2 ci 'Gia' , - . i 6 NWN -Q W' - 'L MQ III . . . . . Chariollcsvillc, Virginia .........Yorktown, Virginia Newlon Centre, Massachusells .. . .Ocean Vicw. Virginia . . . .AIexan.cIria, Virginia . . . .BaIlimorc, Maryland . . . . Manassas . . . .Alexandria .. . . . Norfolk, .....Annislon, . . . Charlollcsviile, .. Darlington, South ...... Richmond, . . . . Richmond, . . . . .Bridgewalen . . . . .Richmond a v Virginia Virginia Virginia Alabama Virginia Caroiina Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia APPLICANTS FOR GRADUATE DEGREES 192' IEUl2Ii5tll1U Qliurls '35 ,L 1 . V ' ' , I tb D 7? OFFICERS ARMISTEAD CHURCHILL GORDON, JR. ........ .......... P rcsidcnl HARRY GRAY BURKE, JR.. . . .............. ....... V ice President WILLIAM HUDSON ROGERS .................... ..... S ecrelary-Treasurer LAWRENCE SINCLAIR CANNON ................. ............ H islorian MEMBERS NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS FRED ALLISON .... ............... I .,.. ....... . ..,.... E m ory, Virginia B. A., Emory and Henry FRANK ASTOR .......................... 5 ................ Newport News, Virginia B. A. ancl M. A., University of Virginia ALBERT LUTHER BENNETT ............ 2 .....,.......... .... L ouisville, Mississippi B. A., University of Virginia CHARLES SPURGEON BLACK ........... I .................... Gastonia, North Carolina B. A. and M. A., Wake Forest College AUGUSTA LYELL BLUE ................. I ................ .... C harlottesville, Virginia B. A., Bryn Mawr College GARLAND BAIRD BRIGGS ............... 5 .......... ..... S ebrell, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia Z 'Pg Instructor in Mathematics. HARRY GRAY BURKS, JR. ............... 6 ........................... Bedforcl, Virginia B. A. ancl M. A., University of Virginia K A Mg 'I' I3 Kg X 'Pg Raven: Gracluates' and Instructors' Club, Assistant Eclilor Chem- ical journalg Instructor in Physics: Vice President Graduate Department. LAWRENCE SINCLAIR CANNON ........ 6 ...................... Charlottesville, Virginia B. S., University of Virginia A Ag K A M 136 QEUtk5 HUQQEIIBIS V921 lcraduale Classl NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS NATHANIEL DABNEY CHAPMAN ...... 6 ..,...... ...Standardsville, Virginia B. S., University of Virginia A X: K A My Instructor in Chemistry. LOUIS WATSON CHAPPELL ............ . l ........... ,.... B elviclere, North Carolina B. A., Wake Forest College FREDERICK EDSON CLERK .............. I ........................ Winchester, Virginia Pb. B., Yale University and Ll... B., Lincoln-jefferson University JOSEPH MANLY COBB ................... 4 .............. Washington, District of Columbia B. A., University of Virginia E Ng 'I' B Kg Raven, RUFUS JOSEPH COSTEN ................ 4 .....,..... ..... B asic, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia VIRGINIUS DABNEY .... ............... 4 ......................... I Jniversity, Virginia B, A., University of Virginia A K Eg A Il: '15 B K: Raven: T. I. L. K. A.: P. K.: German Club: Vice President Academic Class, l9l9: Assistant Editor CORKS AND CURLS: President St. Paul's Club: Vice President Virginia Club: First Year Baseball, 1918: Tennis Team: Assistant f Manager Track Team. JAMES CECIL DICKEY ................... l ............. Cliristiansburg, Virginia B. A., Randolph-Macon College K A J. EDWIN DOBBINS ..... ........... . .. I ......... ..... U niversity, Virginia B. S., University of Virginia Jefferson Society. JOHN BUCKNER GARNETT .............. 4 ............. .... C ulpeper, Virginia B. A., Fredericksburg College ARMISTEAD CHURCHILL GORDON, JR.. 4 ............... ....,... S taunton, Virginia B. A. and M. A., University of Virginia It K A: President Graduate Department: President Graduates' and Instructors' Club, l9l9-l920: Instructor in English: Isaac Cary Scholar: Colonnade Club. BENJAMIN ERNEST GRANT ............. l ............. ..... ,.., ...... L o d i, Virginia B. A., King College MARY CATHERINE GRAVES ............ l .,..................... Liberty Mills, Virginia B. A., Randolph-Macon Woman.'s College FRANCIS HENRY HARRISON ............ 4 .....,..................... Danville, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia X 'Pg 'I' B K: 5 T: Skull and Keys: Raven: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: jefferson Society: Reportorial Stall College Topics, 1920: Executive Council Virginia Club. MARION CLIFFORD HARRISON ....,.... 2 ......................... Petersburg, Virginia B. A., Randolph-Macon College: M. A., University of Virginia 'I' B K: E T: Editorial Board CORKS AND CURLS: jefferson Society. 1921 QIIJEIREHIIU Qiurls 137 lffraduale Classl E NAME YEAR IN COLLEGE HOME ADDRESS ANITA HART ........................... I .......... Meridian, Mississippi B. A., Shorter College WAYLAND JACKSON' HAYES ........... 4 .......... .... U niversily, Virginia B. S., University of Virginia I jefferson Society. HELEN ELIZABETH I-IOWARTI'I ........ I .......... .... C rozet, Virginia B. A., Swarthmore College RODERICK HUIVIES JACKSON ........... 4 .......... ...... B enneltsville, South Carolina B. A., University of Virginia II N: Recording Secretary Y. M. C. A.: Secretary Virginia CIuIJ. JAMES WOODS LAPSLEY ....... . ....... 3 ................... .... R ielimoncl, Virginia B. A., Randolph-Macon College JOHN ALBERT MORROW ............... 3 ............. ..... C Iiarlottesville, Virginia B. A., Emory and Henry College A 3 I'g President Virginia Union Board: Clee Club. ALFRED TAYLOR O'DELL ............... I ............ ..... L iberty, South Carolina B. A., Furman University w LAWRENCE ALFRED PALMER .......... I ............. . . . Manliattan, Kansas A. B., University of Nelaraslca FRANCIS HARCOURT PARRISI-I ......... 4 ................... .... L ouisville, Kentucky B. A., University of Virginia B 0 Hg Zi A X9 OWL, Editor-in-Chief The Virginia Reel: Assistant Editor College Topics: Assistant Editor CORKS AND CURLSQ Cilee Club, Jefferson. Society. JAMES ERNEST PATE. ................... I ......................... Scottsville, Virginia B. A., Louisiana College, IVI. A., Wake Forest College ARTHUR AUGUST PEGAU .............. 6 ............ . .... ....... P etersburg, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia FRANK ROBERTSON READE. ............ 5 .. .........,.............. Abingdon, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia ' KI' K P13 A. Hg E A X3 T. I. L. K. A.: P. K.: "Z"3 OWL: Editor-in-Chief College Topics: Editor-in-Chief CORKS AND CURLsg Assistant Editor Universily of Virginia Magazincp Jefferson Society: President Academic Class, l9Z0g President Corks and Curls, Incorporated, I92I. PEYTON NALLE RHODES ............... 4 ,...... ..... ..... C r ozet, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia A X, 11, is K, K A M, Raven. WILLIAM HUDSON ROGERS ............ 4 ...................... .... A melia, Virginia B. A., Davidson College, M. A., University of Virginia Raven. ERNEST CARSON ROSS .................. 5 .......... .... P arlcsley, Virginia B. A., University of Virginia E fl' E '38 Qlurks ann Qlurlf I92I lCradualc Classl NAME YEAR IN coi.i.Eoia HENRY HARRISON SIMMS .............. I ............... B. A., Williani and Mary College Jefferson Society. MARY KATHERINE SMITH .............. I ................... .. B. A., Randolph-Macon Woman's College Women's Representative to CORKS AND CURLS. ERNEST KENNETH SPAHR ...., ......... I ........... B. A., Millegan College HOME ADDRESS . . . . Lahore, Virginia .. Martinsville, Virginia . . . . . Benham, Virginia MARGARET KNOWLES SPEIDEL ........v I ....... .......... ..... U n iversity, Virginia B. A., George Washington University WILLIAM ORR SWAN .................... 2 ............... ..... U niversity, Mississippi B. A., University of Mississippi K A III GEORGE ROGERS SWANN ............... I ........... ..... T renliolm, Virginia B. A., Furman University Washington Literary Society. ROSALIE EVA TATUM ................... I ...................... Clifton Forge, Virginia B. A., Randolph-Macon Woman's College GILBERT IVO TI-IURMAN ................ 2 .......................... Gallatin, Tennessee B. A., Vanderbilt University, M. A., University of Virginia KAM MARY LOUISE WI'IITEI'IEAD ............ l ........... B. A., 'Sweet Briar College HOMER CHRISTIAN WILL ............... I ........... B. A., Bridgewater College PEARL VIVIAN WILLOUGHBY. .,....... I ......... . . B. A., Indiana University N J .Q M. 'iv was J' II I If II I lil ,F lj .I :I 1 - - ii ir. 2'y.fUf'- ,ill r e . . . . . Amherst, Virginia . . . . . .Dayton, Virginia Charlottesville. Virginia 192' Qlurks Huh 4IEurl5 139 Applicants for Graduate Degrees FRED ALLISON ALBERT LUTHER BENNETT RUFUS JOSEPH COSTEN LOUIS WATSON CHAPPELL JOSEPH MANLY COBB VIRCINIUS DABNEY FRANK WESLEY DAVIES JAMES CECIL DICKEY JOHN BUCKNER GARNETT FRANCIS HENRY HARRISON ANITA HART HENRY HARRINGTON HILL NORVELL DARIUS HUNTER RODERICI4 I-IUMES JACKSON WARREN WOIVIACIQ KOONTZ JAMES EDWIN DOBBINS WAYLAND JACKSON HAYES -lol- MASTER OF ARTS JOHN ALBERT MORROW ALFRED TAYLOR O'DELL JAMES ERNEST PATE ARTHUR AUGUST PEGAU ISAAC JAY QUESENBERRY FRANK ROBERTSON READE PEYTON NALLE RHODES ERNEST CARSON ROSS CARY STEWART SHEILD HENRY HARRISON SIMMS ERNEST KENNETH SPAHR GEORGE ROGERS SWANN ROSALIE EVA TATUM ROBERT SAMUEL WEAVER, JR. PEARL VIVIAN WILLOUGHBY MASTER OF SCIENCE WILLIAM ORR SWAN CONWAY ZIRKLE MASTER OF'SCIENCE lN CHEMISTRY LAWRENCE SINCLAIR CANNON NATHANIEL DABNEY CHAPMAN DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY FRANK ASTOR MARION CLIFFORD HARRISON ARMISTEAD CHURCHILL GORDON, JR. WILLIAM HUDSON ROGERS 140 Qlurks ann QIIIIZIB 192' GHEEIQJ' I DQNEEDDED J, I i. 'ITLITTZ' June 15th, 19.20 l-Q-l DOCTORS OF MEDICINE JOSEPH FLINT ARMSTRONG ........... JOHN BANKHEAD BANKS ...... CHARLES YOUNG BIDGOOD ..... W. TILDEN BOLAND ............ GLENN CALVIN CAMPBELL .......... POWELL GARLAND DILLARD .......... RICHARD WILLIAMSON FOWLKES ,... CLAUDE PORTERFIELD FOX, JR. ........ . WILLIAM ANDREW HORSLEY GANTT .... JAMES NOAH GREEAR, Jn. ............ . SIDNEY JAMES HARPER, JR. .......... . WILLIAM WYNNE HICKS ..... LEWIS DAVID HOPPE, Ja.. SETH HUNTER I-IURDLE ...... JOSEPH THOMAS JONES .......... LEROY TAYLOR KINCANNON .... PHILIP MERIWETHER LEWIS .,.. FELIX ELIJAH LINDER ....... FRANK MCCUTCHAN ............ HUNTER HOLMES MCGUIRE ,...... WILLIAM GRAYSON MORAN, JR. ...... . HENRY BEARDEN MULHOLLAND ..... ....WaIer Valley, Mississippi ...... . .ML Vernon, Indiana . . . .Wilmington, North Carolina . . . . .Calhoun City, Mississippi . .. . ...Mill Gap, Virginia . . . . . .Lyncl1IJurg, Virginia . . . . .Danville, Virginia . . . .CireenviIle, Tennessee ... . .Wingina, Virginia .....St. Paul, Virginia . . . .University, Virginia . . . .ByhaIia, Mississippi . . . - -Marietta, Georgia . . . . .Portsmouth Virginia .. . . .Doe Hill, Virginia . . . .Tupelo, Mississippi . . . . . .University, Virginia . . . . . .OxforcI, Mississippi . . . .RogersviIIe, Tennessee ... . . . .. ....Ricl1moncl, Virginia Point, Virginia .. . . . .Washinglon, District of Columbia 1921 Qllnrks ann Qliur 15 I4l BERLIN BERTI-IOLD NICHOLSON ...... ...... J acksonville, Florida HENRY GRANT PRESTON ........... CLIFTON JOHNSON REYNOLDS ....... RAYMOND MCKNIGI-IT SLOAN ........ RAYMOND ALOYSIUS VONDERLEHR KON WYATT ............... .... ........ BACHELORS OF LAWS ...................Washinglon, District of JOSEPH WELDON BAILEY, Jn. ........ . BARRON FOSTER BLACK ........ .,............NorfoIIc, . . . .Fairmonh West Virginia . . , . . . .Long IsIancI, Virginia .. .... Alderson, West Virginia . . . . . . . . .Soulh Richmond, Virginia ....Easl Auburn, California CoIumbia Virginia ROBERT KEESEE BLAKEY ....... ..... C harIottesviIIe, Virginia BERNARD DOUGLAS BOOKER ..... .... N ewport News, Virginia ROBERT GILLIAM BUTCHER .... .... P etersburg, Virginia JAMES DOUGLAS CARLISLE ....... ....... S avannah, Georgia JOI-IN SHERMAN CHAPMAN, JR. ....... .... S Ianardsville, Virginia WALTER HILL CHEATI-IAM ............... .... R ichmond, Virginia CHARLES JOHNSTON CHURCHMAN ...... ...... S Iaunton, Virginia CECIL CORNELIUS COLLINS ............. ..... C ovington, Virginia BENJAMIN PRESCOTT EDMUNDS ,.... .... L ynchburg, Virginia DAVID JOHN FITZGERALD .......... ..... M inclen, Louisiana WALTER CABELL FITZPATRICK ,... .... U niversity, Virginia JOI-IN WOODS HARRIS ........... CHARLES EDWARD JENKINS .... LEO SEASE JULIAN .............. MEYER HARRY LAVENSTEIN ....... FRED SPENCER LOAR .................. JOHN ALEXANDER MCNAUGI-ITON. .. EDWIN BAYLIES MEADE ....... HANNON EDWARDS NORRIS ...... HENRY WISE OPPENHEIMER.. ALLISON EVERHART PALMER ...... WILLIAM JOSEPH PARRISI-I, Jn CLARENCE BENJAMIN PEARCE ..... JOHN VICKERS RAY ........... JAMES BARBOUR RIXEY ....... ROBERT KNICKERBOCKER RYLAND. WILLIAM RICHARD SAUNDERS ...... JOHN ELMER SWEPSTON .......... . . . .Hunli . . . . . .RicI1mond, . . .,...... Bedford, . . . .CrawfordsviIIe, CLAUDIUS TERRELL .....,....... WILLIAM TOBIN THORNTON ......... GEORGE BURNLEY VEST ............. CHRISTOPHER HARRIS WILLIAMS, III .... GEORGE ARTHUR WILSON ........... SAMUEL DANTE WOLFE .............. THOMAS LASSITER WOODWARD .... JOHN WESLEY WRIGHT ............. . . . . .CI1arIollesviIIe, .. . . .SufIoII:, Galveston, Texas . .NorfoIIc, Virginia Lake City, Virginia Petersburg, Virginia ngton, West Virginia , . . . . .BronxviIIe, New York . . . . . . . .DanvilIe, Virginia . . . . .FrecIericIcsIJurg, Virginia Virginia .. . . . . .OrIancIo, Florida . . . . . . .RicI'imond, Virginia . . . . . . . . .Kirkwood Georgia . . . . . Charleston, West Virginia . . . . - -University, Virginia . . . . .Kansas City, Missouri Virginia Arkansas . . . .Keyss-er, West Virginia . . . . . .San Antonio, Texas Virginia . . . . .Yazoo City, Mississippi . . . . . .Universily, Virginia . . . . . .EIIdon, Virginia Virginia . . . .RoanoIce, Virginia 142 Qlurks ann Qlur 1921 CHEMICAL ENGINEERS ROY WEBSTER GREGORY .....,....................... ...... N orfolk, Virginia HENRY CLAY HODGSON .... ..... W incliester, Virginia ELIVIER I-IERIVIAN HAUX .............................. ..... N ewark, New Jersey CIVIL ENGINEERS BROOK BARTLETT CHAIVIBLIN ....,................ ..... B luemont, Virginia GEORGE 'STEWART GRIFFITH ..... ..... U niversity, Virginia CHARLES AUBREY HAIVIIVIOCK ......................... ...... C rewe, Virginia ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS BENJAMIN PIPER BAKER .............................. ..... S trasburg, Virginia PERCY BRUCE BASS ........... ..,............. R icllmoncl, Virginia WALTER WILLARD BOYD: ...... .... W ashington, District of Columbia CHARLES TRABUE I-IATCHER ..... ................ C hester, Virginia CHARLES HENDERSON .......... ........... B ellevue, Virginia HARRY AUGUSTUS MARTIN .... ..... A shcville, North Carolina JAMES SHANNON MILLER, JR. ..... ........... P ulaslci, Virginia JOHN RAY PUGH .............. ..... A Iexanclria, Virginia IRVING JONES SHEPHERD .... I. . ,... Petersburg, Virginia JAMES BECKWITH SPRATLEY .... ...... N orfollc, Virginia CHARLES BROWN SULLIVAN ........... ,... ............... . ........ A I exanclria, Virginia BACHELORS OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY KURT WALTER FRANKE ...............,.........,................... University, Virginia JOHN RANDOLPH GILCHRIST ....... ...... N orfollr, Virginia CORBIN BRAXTON VALENTINE ..................................... Richmond, Virginia BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION ARTHUR MERRITT JARMAN ...................................... Bell Buckle, Tennessee BACHELORS OF SCIENCE IN MEDICINE ROBERT THOMAS CARLETON ................................... CHARLES BRUCE MORTON ......... EDWARD JOSEPH OTTENHEIMER .... ROBERT IVIASSIE PAGE ............. ALBERT AUSTIN PEARRE ................................ I ' BACHELORS OF SCIENCE WILLIAM DOUGLAS ARANT ............................. VINCENT WILLIAM ARCHER .... LINTON HAMPTON BAER ......... CORNELIUS ADAMS BOSTICK ..... . . .Punta Gorda, Florida . . . .AlexancIria, Virginia .Willimanlic, Connecticut . . . . .Balesville, Virginia .. . .Freclericlc. Maryland .... . .Opelilca, Alabama Montreal, North Carolina Harrisonburg, Virginia . . . . . ,Benoit, Mississippi 1921 QEDtk5 flint 143 ROBERT IVERSON BOSWELL THOMAS MUNFORD BOYD ...... WINFREY PEYTON BRAMHAM .... JOSEPH DOUGLAS DEAL ......... CHARLES OTI-IO DEAN ..........,. CHARLES RICE FADELEY .......... PRESTON HAMPTON HASKELL, JR.. .. JOHN EDWARD JOHNSON ......... HOWARD TURNER JONES ......... LUTHER WRENTMORE KELLY .... ROBERT ERNEST KNIGHT, JR.. .. WILLIAM DANIEL KUI-ILMANN .... MARCUS CLARDY LANGFORD ..... EUGENE LESLIE LOWENBERG ..... JOHNSON MCGUIRE .................. RICHMOND MAURY ................ WILLIAM HOWARD MEWBOURNE ...... ROBERT LATANE MONTAGUE ...... HENRY ADAM NOLDE ........... PAUL McDOWELL PEGAU ..... BRUCE DODSON REYNOLDS ..... LOUIS JOSEPI-I RICHMAN ........ GLENN WHITMORE RUEBUSI-I ..... ROGER DEERING SKILLINGS .......... WILLIAM STEPHENSON THOMAS. PINCKNEY ALSTON WARING, JR.. . .. . . . . .Chase City, .... . . .RoanoIce, . . . . .DurI1am, North ........NorfoIIc, Virginia Virginia CaroIina Virginia . . . . . .I..eIand, Mississippi . . . .FaIIs Church, Virginia . . . .Richmond Virginia ..... . . . .TI1aIia, Texas .. . , . . . . . .AtIanta, Georgia . . . . .WiIIiamsburg, Virginia . . . . .AIexancIria, Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . .Round Hill, Virginia TraveIers Rest, South CaroIina . . . . . . . .NorfoIIc, Virginia . . . . .AIexancIria, Virginia . . . . . .NorfoIIc, Virginia . . . .E.IIJerlon, Georgia . . . .RicI1moncI, Virginia . . . .Richmond Virginia . . . . . .PetersI.uurg, Virginia . . . .Long IsIancI, Virginia . . . . .Newport News, Virginia . . . . . . . . .I-Iinlon, Virginia JAMES LIVINGSTON WHITE, JR. ..................... . BACHELORS OF ARTS OLOF ALBERT ANDERSON ............................ JOHN RANDOLPH BOGGESS ....... CHARLES ARTHUR CARROLL, JR.. JOSEPH MANLY COBB ............. VIRGINIUS DABNEY ...... .. ORVAL RAY DAVIS ....... RALPH BRUCE DIXON ........ JASON IRVING ECKFORD ...... FRANCIS BARTOW FITE, JR. .... . JOHN CLARK FLOYD ............... RICHARD EDWARD GUTHRIE ..... FRANCIS HENRY HARRISON ...... EASTWOOD DAVIDSON HERBERT .... ALEXANDER SAMUEL JENKINS VERNON AUGUSTUS JONES ....... ARTHUR LEE KINSOLVING .... .......,BatI'i, Maine . . . . . .Roanoke, Virginia . . . . .Savannah Georgia . . . .IVIiami, Florida . . . . I..ouisviIIe, Kentucky . . . . . RicI'1Iands, Virginia . . . .CIarIcsdaIe, Mississippi Washington, District of CoIumbia . . . . . .University, Virginia Fayetteville, West Virginia . . . . . .I-IigI1IancIs, Virginia . . . . .Poi-tsmouth, Virginia . . . . . . .IVIusIcogee, OIcIaI'1oma . . . .Newberry, South Carolina . . . . . . . .I..yncI'iburg, Virginia .. . . , . . .DanviIIe, Virginia . . . . NorfoIIc, Virginia . . . . .Severn, Virginia . . . .University, Virginia . . . . .BaItimore, Maryland '44 QEUYIQS IJ Qlur 1921 JAMES ARCHIBALD LEACH, JR. .... . ROLAND JONES MONCURE ......... WARNER WILFORD NOFSINGER ..... EDMUND ORGILL ................... FRANCIS HARCOURT PARRISH .... HENRY CARLETON PARRISH .... FRANK ROBERTSON READE ..... ALBERT NORTHROP ROBERTS .... . . . .Richmoncl, Virginia . . . . .Shreveport, Louisiana . . . . .Fincastle, Virginia . . . .lVlemphis, Tennessee .. . . .Louisville, Kentucky . . . .Richmoncl, Virginia . , . . .Abingdon, Virginia Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania PEYTON NALLE RHODES ....,.... ........ C rozet, Virginia ERNEST CARSON ROSS ............. ...... P arksley, Virginia CHRISTOPHER WINFREE RYAN ..... ..... L ynchburg, Virginia WALTER BOWMAN RYAN, JR. .... .... L ynchburg, Virginia TI-IURIVIAN CARLISLE SCOTT ...... .Cl1ristiansburg, Virginia CALDWELL JACKSON STUART ..... ..... W ashington, Virginia THOMAS ORLANDO TROTTER, JR. ................................ Chatlanooga, Tennessee MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY KURT WALTER FRANKE ...................................... ..... U niversity, Virginia MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION BEN ZION LINFIELD .................... ARTHUR MERRITT JARMAN ....................,................ MASTERS OF SCIENCE WILLIAM DOUGLAS ARANT .......................... ARMISTEAD CHURCHILL YOUNG, JR MASTERS OF ARTS FRANK ASTOR ........................................ HARRY GRAY BURKS, JR. ........ . CLINTON EATON COLEMAN ....... JAMES ALEXANDER COWAN, Jn.. .. MELVILLE HUNTER DUNN ......,.. ROY LAWRENCE GARIS .......... VERNON AUGUSTUS JONES ........ JAMES GILMER MCMANAWAY ..... THOMAS JOHNSON MICHIE, JR.. . .. FREDERICK PETER MYERS ....... WILLIAM SHIELDS NEWTON .... HENRY CARLETON PARRISH .,... WALTER BOWMAN RYAN, JR.. ,. GILBERT IVO THURMOND .... .Bell Buckle, Tennessee . . . .Opelika, Alabama . . . .Ricl1mond, Virginia .. . .Richmoncl, Virginia Newport News, Virginia . . . . . .Bedford Virginia .. . . Stanford, Kentucky . .Mt. Pleasant, Virginia .... Ashland, Virginia . . . .Roanoke, Virginia . . . .University, Virginia .Charlottesville, Virginia .Charlollesville, Virginia . .Harrisonburg Virginia .. . . . .Norfolk, Virginia . . . . .Riehmoncl, Virginia . . . .Lynchburg Virginia . . . . .Cuallatin, Tennessee 1921 Qlurks ann Qlurls I45 DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY CHARLES HERBERT HUFFMAN .......................... .... B ridgewater, B. A., Bridgewater College M. A., Clarke University ERNEST LINVVOOD LEHIVIAN .......................,... .... S uffolk, B.A., M. A., University of Virginia JUDSON HALL ROBERTSON ............................... .... C harlottesville, B. S. in Chemistry, M. S.,' University of Virginia EDWIN FRANCIS SHEVVMAKE ............................ .... D avidson, North B. A., William and Nlary College M. A., Columbia University af" - XXX Na X Virginia Virginia Virginia Carolina 146 QL U tks H1111 Qlurls 192 Some Statistical Studies in Scholarships Zeta Beta Tau ..... A01 SCHOLASTIC STANDING OF THE FRATERNITIES GRADE '19-'20 GRADE 'IS-'19 GRADE '17 84 . . . 83.5 85.5 Phi Delta Theta . 82.6 73.4 72.8 Phi Gamma Delta .... 82.6 84 83.2 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 8l.2 74.1 78.5 Alpha Tau Omega .. 81.2 75.l 76.5 Kappa Sigma .... .. 80.9 86.9 77.8 Phi Kappa Sigma . . . 80.6 77,9 82.3 Delta Tau Delta . . 80 80.3 79.3 Theta Chi ........ 79.4 82.8 Sl Pi Kappa Alpha . . . 79.4 82.8 . . . Theta Delta Chi .... 79 8I 80.5 Alpha Chi Rho .... 78.9 79.1 77.6 Delta Kappa Epsilon 78.6 79.6 '8l.7 Della Psi ......... 78 81.7 82.9 Zeta Psi ......... 77.8 . .. ... Chi Phi ........ 77.2 82.6 78.8 Kappa Alpha . . 77.2 85.7 84.4 Delta Phi ........ 77 78.8 80.7 Beta Theta Pi .... 76.9 75.6 80.2 Sigma Nu ....... 76 82.2 77.l Phi Epsilon Pi .... 75.2 79.8 77.8 Phi Kappa Psi . .. 75 78.2 77.5 Della Chi ........ 75 84.8 86.3 Sigma Phi Epsilon . .................... 74.I SI .5 80.5 Sigma Chi ........... ...................... 7 2 77.l 83.4 AVERAGE STANDING OF ALL FRATERNITY MEN GRADE 'I9-'20 GRADE 'IS-'I9 GRADE '17-'I8 79.4 83.7 80.6 AVERAGE STANDING OF ALL NON-FRATERNITY MEN GRADE 'l9-'20 GRADE 'l8-'I9 GRADE 'l 7-'l8 79 82.3 83.3 AVERAGE OF THE WHOLE UNIVERSITY GRADE '19-'20 GRADE 'IS-'19 GRADE 'I 7-'l8 79.2 83 82.5 FRATERNITY MEN VERSUS NON'FRATERNlTY MEN BY DEPARTIVIENTS Average Fraternity Gracle Average Non-Fraternity Grade l9l9-20 I9I8-I9 l9l7-l8 DEPARTMENT l9l9-20 l9l8-l9 I9l7 I8 76.l 77.9 79.8 College 76.6 80 8 78 4 85.7 85.l 85.l Law 85.3 78.9 84 3 88.7 88 88.2 Medicine 87.4 85.5 86 7 72.8 75.2 72 Engineering 77 79.2 75 4 88.3 92.4 86 Graduate 87.8 87 89 l AVERAGE GRADE BY DEPARTMENTS I9l9-20 l9I8-I9 l9l7-l8 College . . . .' ......................... 76.4 79.4 Law ..... .... 8 5.5 82 Medicine . . . .... 88.2 86-8 Engineering . . . 76.I 77.2 Graduate . . . .... 87.9 89.7 1921 Clarks anti Qtiurls I47 GRADE 'I9-'20 98.8 GRADE 'I9-'20 5 34 203 made 592 368 HIGHEST GRADE GRADE ' I 8-' I 9 98 LOWEST GRADE GRADE 'I8-'I9 I7 YEAR'S RECORD macle 95 or over. between 90 and 95. macle between 80 and 90. made between 70 and 80. GRADE 'I 7-'I8 97.2 GRADE 'I7-'IS 34.7 I64 made between 60 and 70. 78 made between 50 ancl 60. made between 40 and 50. made under 40. 21 I2 PERCENTAGE OF MEN MAKING HIGHER THAN PASS MARKS BY DEPARTMENTS ln the ln the Law School ....,... In the ln the ln the Graduate School .... College .......... Medical School ....... Engineering School Average of Degree Men 90.4 ..... ..... 88.6 ........ 80.9 .... 87.8.... ........ 88.7 ..................... l9I9-20 l9l8-I9 l9l7-I8 Pass Mark 63.372 81 .771 76.4921 7572 74.4011 75.2tZJ 87.0'Zz 83? 97.042 92.0721 88.5721 80? 57.7'Z 72.271 62.512 75? l00.0'Zn I00.0LZz l00.0'Zv 75? DEGREE MEN VERSUS NON-DEGREE MEN DEPARTMENT Average of Non-Degree Men Law Medicine .. .......88.l . . . Engineering . ..... 76.l Graduate .. Whole University .. . ..... 87.9 AVERAGE GRADES OF MEMBERS IN COLLEGE ACTIVITIES I9I9-20 Managers of Teams and Publications ..................................... 83.5 Editors, Assistants and Associates .... .. 84.6 Class OfHcers .................... . . 86.5 General Athletic Association Officers.. .. 81.5 Y. M. C. A. ............................................... .. 91.6 SCHOLASTIC STANDING OF ATHLETES I9I9-20 Football Team .... .............................. . . 82.0 Baseball Team . . . . . 78.8 Basket-ball Team GRADE 'I9-'20 79.7 GRADE 'I9-'20 79.l STANDING OF ALL ATHLETES GRADE 'I8-'I9 82.3 GRADE 'I 7-'I8 79.3 STANDING OF ALL NON-ATHLETES GRADE 'IS-'I9 83.8 GRADE 'I 7-'I8 84.9 I9 I 8- I 9 8I .2 86.3 90.0 81.4 89.0 I9I8-I9 76.5 70.0 u 148 Clarks ann Qllurls 1921 Friends of College Days Roamed we over hill and wold, Saw the mists the vale enfold, Revelled in the sunset's gold, With a miser's gaze. Naught we lfnew of cares or tears, Thought we not of foes or fears, Cared we not for passing years, Friends of college days. Relrospeclj .1.,T Friends of deep and truest worth In the days of joy and mirth, Trusted to the ends of earth, Past all words of praise,- Friends whose love was pure and strong As that famed in classic song, Memories of you linger long, Friends of college days. Ours then was the bliss that grows Daily as the opening rose, Ours the joy that boyhood lgnows In a thousand ways. Wlien the heart of youth beat high, When unclouded was our sky, Pledged we then to live and die Friends of college days. How we count those moments blest When ambitions were confessed- Hopes that burned within the breast Lilfe an altar blaze! How each heart to heart beat true! How, undoubting, each one knew Faith would keep the ages through, Friends of college days. Long now since those noontide hours: For relentless Time devours Youthful hopes and youthful powers, Leaving twilight haze. 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Y ,LI I ll I sv v L 1 V M I f Hsin. 11,1 e" H WJQL9 KS? ff' 9 V1 MQAQGQ ,X bxbr X 4 ' 'fi ICEZHI NRC, 'taxa' 6 r X I I 114' I rc 12 , ff T 1,1 4k 1 +11 N fmt ly J, 4 vip, 1 X 2 S' ' L.1"TL y 6' J nl ,f qw Lila Wy Y I1L,wnf'Q YDELJ --... X 4 9 1 1 5 I .A 4 1 1 1 5 fra gf, M .b Q if W M ig is 1 Y ag! y 635 'Wifi La, . K "TB " 1 -spd 62 B , ml Lf , .-. Q ,mt ky I , ,, ,Q ' NX., "gn, 232: , ' '-rp, Hzkrg. ipgixxe -n...?'f 'f 11--ki , 150 Qlinrks ann Qiurls 192 Eta Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma Founded at Universify of Pennsylvania, 1850. Eslablisherl, l850 FRATRES IN FACULTATE EDWIN ANDERSON ALDERMAN, PH. B., D. C. L., LL. D. WILLIAM RICE WARREN, B. A., M. D. FRATRES IN URBE HUGH THOMAS NELSON, M. D. RICHMOND TERRELL MINOR WARREN STONE LEE LYTTLETON WADDELL WOOD COLLEGE JOHN EDWIN BASSETT WILLIAM MCLEMORE BIRDSONG WALTER YOUNG BURGE, JR. WILLIAM MCCUTCHEON CAMP JOHN BLEWETT CHEESEMAN WILMER FREDERICK GODWIN THOMAS RUTHERFOORD GOODWIN THOMAS SELLMAN HALL EDWIN CLARK HATHAWAY, JR. JAMES MILLER JOHNSTON SUMMERFIELD KEY JOHNSTON WILLIAM HENRY LAIRD, JR. ALBERT GALLATIN METCALFE CRAIGE RUFF IN BERNARD JACKSON SEWARD WILLIAM ROYALL SEWARD JOHN ALEXANDER STEWARD CLAUDE MASON SULLIVAN LAW GEORGE ANDERSON REVERCOMB. I-IATCHER POWELL SEWARD SIMON SEWARD ANSON WALES HARD TAYLOR FRANCIS MARION WRAY ALBERT VICKERS BRYAN CHARLES BERNARD GODWIN, Jn. ALEXANDER MAITLAND MAHOOD CHARLES DECATUR MAHOOD EDMUND MYERS PRESTON MEDICINE CHARLES CALHOUN HEDGES ALBERT AUSTIN PEARRE WILLIAM IRWIN PRICI-IARD ENGINEERING CLARENCE ROLAND GROVES GRADUATE FRANK ROBERTSON READE, B. A. SAMUEL WELLINGTON MAPI-IIS, JR. JR. A ' 5.5: w W? E V ,V x..,f'f5X r 5' A Q I . ,. - ' I - 1 .' -f F 7 I X f W 1 J 1 ' 'if 0 ,. kkXf.xvJ,j a ti. I52 QIZIJIZIXS EIIIU CELIIZIB I92 Eta Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon Fnunclecl al Yale, 1844. Eslnlvlislrcd-, 1852 FRATRES IN FACULTATE. RALEIGH COLSTON MINOR, M. A., LL. B. JOHN JENNINGS LUCK, M. A., PH. D. LLEWELLYN GRIFFITH HOXTON, M. A., PH. D. FRATRES IN URBE GEORGE TUCKER HARRISON, M. D. FRANK AUBREY MASSIE MILTON ELLIOTT MAYNADIER MASON HEDLEY MCNEER BOWEN COLLEGE BENJAMIN MAY BAKER, JR. HENRY POYAS FOSTER STAIGE DAVIS BLACKFORD HENRY CAREW HUNT HERBERT WHEELER CARPENTER JOHN MARSHALL OTEY RICHARD ALEXANDER CARRINGTON EDWARD MORTIMER PARRISH JOHN FRANCIS CLARK, JR. ROBERT RANDOLPH PARRISH GEORGE BELL COCHRAN RUSSELL PARRISH JOHN STAIGE DAVIS, JR. ROGER RICHMOND RINEHART VVILLIAM HUNTER DE BUTTS HARRY JUNIOR TAYLOR HOXVARD ESTES DUDLEY STONEWALL TOMPKINS SAM CLAY WARD LAW WILLIAM CURTIS BOK HARRY WI-IITEI-IEAD GAMBLE JOSEPH WILLCOX DUNN I-IOLLIS RINEI-IART, Jn. DAVID JOSEPH WOOD GRADUATE VIRGINIUS DABNEY, B. A. N Q3 "UIl HV ft, K alll 1 a, -',' . vzf+"If'f5'NQkxQ?X-TT, f ....... . .......... 6 fL - .... .....- 3-ff ? ':f .-,... Ei? EEN fmisfqia-'I ww? 1 my 12 kg li, If- 5 ' - ' -f - WIN' l M H'vUI1iWwm Hn 1fii'fE5 J Qfzu Gy IF N 154 Qlutks ann fllurls 1921 Virginia Alpha Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi Founded ai feferson College, 1852. Eslablislzcd, i853 FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE BOARDMAN EAGER, B. A., LL. B. WILLIAM MYNN THORNTON, B. A., LL. D. JOHN STAIGE DAVIS, M. A., M. D. RICHARD HEATH DABNEY, PH. D. FRATRES IN URBE HOWARD WINSTON, C. E. JAMES ARTHUR COLE, LT. Col.. U. S. A. COLLEGE THOMAS TUNSTALL ADAMS, jk. MARION PATRICK MACGILL MOSELEY LITTLEPAGE PUTNEY HENRY DAVIS MCHENRY THEODORE HOOPER DORSEY WILLIAM DODSON MCCLELLAN GREGORY GIFFORD VAN NESS CHARLES CHRISTIAN WERTENBAKER ROBERT ALLEN GIBBONS HENRY COMEGYS SMYTH RAYMOND ALFRED GANDY LAW RANDOLPH CASKIE COLEMAN ALEXANDER PARKER GATES GEORGE FRANKLIN HESTER CHARLES CREIGHTON CARLIN, JR. ROBERT FRANCIS STONE JULIUS ARCHIBALD SIMMS THOMAS MUNFORD BOYD HAROLD MADDOCK MANSER MURRAY ALDEN FOSTER ENGINEERING JOHN CROMWELL PARROTT WILLIAM MINOR SMITH CHARLES LUNSFORD SAUNDERS EARL HAMPTON VIA N4 it -f- A A ,iff '1E ' : I Jr' .. , . 5: ,H ,.... W "Ku fm" ' yk.-f:'.f:Q '-f-:fir if. ..:325f:f3.1a-gig5:5151 1255:5:5:5:5:f1 15:5:3:5:2:5:3:f:5:?'f1,, ,, M 1 , g55f5E5E5e3 f y i z f gfie iilimiis g , i z , I 4. .. -Eli-IIT-'f' -Z-I-Z-Z- EFL -1-I-I gggfgQg :i:31'tii3:i:f:fii:':3:3:i:i:1:i1Q igxgggii if- Z-3-' -i AZ Giisiliffffia 5 ' I 'I' A f2s:ssl1xq!!2g!!!!!.'1,fx 11122 -14-.2-I Iiwzlshl'-ff, .lghif ,gilgqqmll 1"!2IHMr' ' Q-'lwyvl ' ,g:g1!.!,HI .llmalill !!f I-I-Ii-1 32231513 fffjljl -I-S-I-If igiggvg. :-:-:-:-:-, , -:-:-:-.'-:f, J5Z-:-:-:' M kiizizf I!5EE!ffl'!l!siQa2:fagsisssaguaaspf1siIE522!!Ii1l- , PPI -I 'I ' -I - I 'lf Y Vw ''313Zf:i:?:1:1:7E5:f:f:' 1 - . :it7:'fE:3:3:5'7'l'i" WRX """ ' ' -' ,U 1 .'-'A 4.a.'KI2. . 1 ,, . im '..-4'-W -u - '.+ q nf ' fn err-an mn Lllfn rf, .,1:'Ph1m. 156 Qlnrks ann Earls 1921 Omicron Chapter Of Beta Theta Pi Founded al Miami, l839. Eslablfslzccl, 1855 t..,.i. FRATRES IN FACULTATE SAMUEL ALFRED MITCHELL, M. A.. PH. D. WILLIAM HARRISON FAULKNER, M. A., PI-I. D. THEODORE I-IOUGI-I, PH. D. HENRY LEWIS PAINTER, C. E., M. E. FRATRES IN URBE ' MCLANE TILTON, LL. B. JAMES ANDERSON PANT JOHN DRAYTON DEPEW BARNES THOMPSON MOORE RANDOLPH PITZHUCH CARROLL THOMAS KENNERLY SEXTON CLEMENT RENKEY BUCK JOHN M. STAUPPER, JR. ELMIR CARY w1NTz ROBERT LAWRENCE SOUDERS DANIEL JOHN HENNESSY HORACE MONTGOMERY FISHER PAUL KIRBY HENNESSY CHARLES COLVILLE TENNANT, M. D. COLLEGE CLIFFORD REYNOLDS BLACKBURN EDMUND RANDOLPH HARRISON CHARLES VENABLE MINOR JAMES MORRIS PAGE, JR. ALLAN CHARLES GRAY MITCHELL BENJAMIN FICKLIN FINNEY, JR. JOHN JENKINS TOBIN FRANK EUGENE WOMACK JAMES BROOKS AYRES ROBERTSON, JR. EDWIN SHERMAN JENNEY GEORGE BUDD DILLARD DIETRICH JOHN KOHLSAAT ORLANDO HINTON MASS IE CHARLES EDGAR GILLIAM ROBERT EDWARD HARRISON, JR. GEORGE IZARD DAVISSON WALTER PAUL ADAMS THOMAS DUCKETT JONES LAW WILLIAM TEMPLE MOSELEY JOHN HOSACK KOCH FRED BONHAM GREEAR MEDICINE JOHN THROCKMORTON BATE, JR. EDGAR HEALY ROWE. JR. CHARLES TIFFANY ST. CLAIR, JR. GRADUATE ENGINEERING FRANCIS HARCOURT PARRISH, B. A. FRANK AUBREY MASSIE, JR. ,374'W ff" ' J di f:.:.l1:'z',:.::,2r11m:.,x COLLEGE '58 QEUIYIK5 ann QIIIIIIS 192 Nu Charge of Theta Delta Chi Founded al Union College, IB47. Esiablislrezl. 1857 FRATRES IN FACULTATE JAMES COOK BARDIN, M. D. ALBERT GEORGE ADAM BALZ, M. A.. PH. D. FRATRES IN URBE JOHN SPOTTSVVOOD GRAVES, M. A., LL.B. GEORGE STEWART GRIFFITH, C. E. THOMAS TICKELL HEWSON RANSOM FULLER CARVER JOHN CLIFFORD ELEY MAURICE FINN, Jn. HUGH NEELY FLEMMING, Jn NICHOLAS JAMES FRANCIS LEWIS WILLIAM GRAVES, JR WILLIAM DUNCAN HART EDMUND ASHBY HARWOOD ALFRED SIDNEY NALLE JAMES BARBOUR NALLE RICHARD ANDRENX' OWEN MARC PETER, JR. PETER BOOTHE PULMAN JULIAN MEADE RUFFIN HOWARD WATKINS SAUNDERS, J JAMES EDWIN SHAW BENJAMIN SMART WARREN, JR. EARL LESTER WARREN, JR. HUGH WARREN XVILL ALLEN WILKERSON LAW ADDINELL I-IEXVSON MICHIE RICHARD WILLING BYRD RUFFIN THOMAS JOHNSON MICHIE, JR. STANLEY ALLYN SUYDAM STUART BARRINGER WARREN MEDICINE LUTHER WRENTMORE KELLY VINCENT WILLIAM ARCHER ENGINEERING I--IUGH CASEY I-IARWOOD WILLIAM I-IEWSON MANNING ALLAN BROWER GREENE ELLIOTT PRESTON K VJ. A1 1. .U Nxx N yew if Q9 A +-ww? ..- U3 -.X 'gig' li-xflff ww 5 I mf-ii! ""1 1 K 3 : 4: QP'-'Q W 11 ' Mfr M60 Q if W u un Qgsjxw fo 4 r : - . 'kip J l 'f ,A rp-4 Q, ff' 'Q , - I f 4 'xg wx .NN ,W 7 di lxmf-9 If GL? f , V' W A QR XQ 1 f' ' f A ,-:Q .ggw 5 - , 4" , wp WTF? ,lf ww -' wv 'ty' f' M M wwh..Wgn-W-. ,w 1 - . lruM.'A4nx!1wW,g,,f .gL J , F1724 311 Qiigvgf'-K'-A 4 A H ,S Y- , V, 'lf-ffl., N- Q ,. gg kg 1-' - illf - - bl Q. Z' fy . 72537 JXQQ-L 1 4 DI H jj: Q E 4"'u il"-'15-I :QQ Ki b L ,, f f ,f wg' X1 'iff' 1 - ' SQR iffgpbomwxx VV XQMTC Qtwlflfopy ' ,wfqhfffl r J Y I ls llil I 160 Qlurks nun Qlurls 192 Omicron Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta Founded at Washinglon and fclfcrson College. 1848. Eslalzlishcd, 1858 --o-- FRATRES IN FACULTATE LINDSAY ROGERS, A. B., PH. D., LL. B. ARMISTEAD MASON DOBIE, M. A., LL. B. BRUCE WILLIAMS, M. S.. PH. D. FRATER IN URBE FRANK CYRUS MCCUE, M. D. HENRY GLASSBROOK ALLEN, JR. JOHN WILLIAMS AVIRETT, JR. MORTON BOYD ALLEN WILLARD CADWELL HARRIS DAVENPORT ALFRED BURWELL DAVIS ROBERT BAYLOR DRIVER WILSON ELLIOTT DRIVER, JR. WILLIAM BENSON FARANT, Ja. CARL STUART FORSBERG, JR. WALTER JAMES BERGSTROM MUNRO BLACK JOHN COLE FRANCIS BARTOW FITE, JK. EDWARD HALS ELL FITE COLLEGE RANDOLPH HARRISON, JR. WILLIAM MCKENZIE JENKINS ROBERT DENNING JORDAN CAMPBELL WILLIAM NEWMAN BOGART ASHTON PRETLOW FRANK WERNER RENNERT JAMES FOX SCHELL CHARLES BAYNE STRINGFELLOW STARK ARMISTEAD SUTTON, Jn. ROBERT WALL TAYLOR LAW GEORGE RICHARD JACOB BERRYMAN GREEN, III LAWRENCE BAKER SI-IEPPARD TAZEWELL TAYLOR, Jn. MEDICINE JOHN SEWARD LAWRENCE BOLLING CRAIG STANLEY .' ,- ,Q ' Vg X I I I I I I 5' 5 I I wi onmfmmhafmmwm Im f PII ' up 1 Q! !! I h F r 1 f ly" X f 0 ff ! ' My F lllanwissipnnilt L I III ' "i555-55.5.f.1if3I3If31i52 ' 1 53 GIF '1 ' mum W,, I ,ff . : I:a!lI2i , '-1'-f'Zf.1rf ' 'H "ZW 51312-11:-:P h is ' 'Q V .,f.--::f': :E::: ff d' ,l"4'gI,,1.7'l .. WL 'DH dfy,QQ QQ0019 ,S' '-I5:' Lb PfIUmrrClT'l 162 Qlutks Huh Qlurls 1921 Alpha Chapter Of Pi Kappa Alpha Founded al lhe Universily of Virginia, March 1, 1868 FRATRES lN FACULTATE JOHN LLOYD NEWCOMB, B. A., C. E. JOHN HENRY NEFF, B, A., M. D ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD, B. A., B. S., PH. D. FRANCIS PERRY DUNNINGTON, B. S., C. E., M. E. JOHN S. WHITE ARTHUR C. JONES GEORGE R. B. MICHIE JOHN W. FISHBURNE CHARLES H. THOMAS WINSTON ATTEBERRY TALBOT BROOME CLAY MICHIE CATLETT JAMES AUOUSTINE DONLON WILBUR REECE DOVE IRWIN CLAY HANOER WINBORNE TERRY JENKINS ERSKINE RAMSEY JONES JOHN BOLLINO JONES, JR. WILLIAM NICKELS NVILLIAM FRANKLIN COX, JR. IRVIN GAMMON CRAIG ALFRED WILLIS GARNETT EDWARD FRANKLIN BLAKE ROBERT RAMSEY JONES FRATRES IN URBE YVILSON L. SMITH CLEMENT D. FISHBURNE ARCHIBALD D. DABNEY JOHN TAYLOR TWYMAN J. ADDISON PATTERSON COLLEGE THOMAS KIRK PARRISI-I JOSEPH LAWSON PLEASANTS, J SAMUEL HENRY PRESTON, Jn. CHARLES LEE REESE. JR. CHARLES MORTON RIDDLE, JR. STONER MINTER SCOTT JOHN LYNDON SHARER WILLIAM STUART SORG CARY JACQUELIN WILKINS WILLIAM MILLER GAMMON LAW HAL HENRY MCI-IANEY JOHN CRISPEN WATKINS JERE MALCOLM HARRIS WILLIS ENGINEERING HAYNES GRAHAM PRESTON JAMES CRESAP SPRIGG, Jn. MEDICINE CHARLES BRUCE MORTON, II MILES PARKER OMOHUNDRO GRADUATE ARMISTEAD CHURCHILL GORDON, JR. R. F' -. tiffx Tx! YY' ' A H if TIKA if W .wg .jq 'T' V ...X , ,VA - . ul, - 'L QLD 'ff-., . Y, ,rf Xpf, VV iw-'JM J ,flies .,,. 164 QEDYIKS HUD 0111215 A M 1921 Virginia Omicron Chapter Of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded al lhe Univcrsily of Alabama, IS56. Eslablisllcal, 1858 --ol FRATER IN FACULTATE. CHARLES POLLARD OLIVIER, M. A., PH. D. F RATRES IN URBE JOHN CALLAN BROOKS, LL. B. JAMES HARDY DILLARD, M. A., LL. D., D. C. L. CHARLES EDWARD MORAN, LL. B. SAMUEL BILLINGSLEY CALDWELL JAMES GARVIN CHISM FRENCH EAGLE PRICE DE LA VERGNE FESSENDEN WILLIAM CORNELIUS FLEMING NOLAND FONTAINE, JR. CEYLON BULLARD FRAZER, JR. JOHN DISMUKES GREEN JOSEPH CONWAY HIDEN HARRY GLENN KAMINER ROY CHARLES KEETON DICK LAPORTIE KEITH MARION COLUMBUS KISER CHARLES FRANK LANIER EDWARD HULL CRUMP, JR. ROBERT HANCOCK WOOD, LL. B. COLLEGE NATHANIEL BAXTER IvIADDOx RICHARD HILL MERRITT ELDRED LISCOMB MINOR CLAUDIAN BELLINOER NORTHROP ALAN CUY PATTESON NEWTON CANNON PERKINS JOHN HENRY PRATT, JR. HOWARD CALVIN ROSS PERCY BLACKSTON RUSSELL, JR. OLIVER ORVILLE SCROGGIN WILLIAM WILSON SCROGGIN PHILIP LIGHTFOOT SCRUGGS FRANCIS LEE WEILLE FREDERICK RUSSELL WESTCOTT BEN MITCHEL WILLIAMSON LAW JAMES PHILIP EAGLE JOHN EVANS RICHARDSON ALBERT LEE WARDLAW MEDICINE SHEPPARD KELLAM AMES CHARLES ISAAC JOHNSON JOHN BUTLER FAISON HALL HOLLOWAY RATCLIFFE ROBERT BATAILE HIDEN WILLIAM WESTON, JR. ENGINEERING , CHARLES CAZENOVE PLUMMER .W 0 V in:-MQBQAX, m y in 'N ' ,- H , ff ',' 4 , ' L Wi -, if ggfibjjp, - f b 1 n if f - a ' Iv Nw J 'W xii ,bg Ml m hw N T V fg1:15:7, I'2313IEf 1' - -'ff MF fl f V ..V, Ablv , , I 11.91, 4, " - r ,, -rx V1 I ' " 1-,J ,gisfi-'A J' WW, Z., T ' ' ' '-'34--252-7-gf ,GN X KQG IA VI 4-l -:j w a s A! M X, Q! -'Mp W -511-,a f a. ' IF ' . TW!! X . . M 4: ff- ,- 'WSC '66 QlZurk5r1niJ Qlurls I92 Alpha Chapter of Chi Phi Founded al Princelon, 1824. Eslablisfled, H359 FRATER IN URBE THOMAS I... ROSSER FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM HOLDING ECHOLS, B. S., C. E. WILLIAM ALLISON KEPNER, M. A., PH. D. COLLEGE ARCHIE HICKLEY HARRISS FRANK HASTINGS MORTIMER ASBURY HULL HODGSON JAMES LEONARD MCVOY LAWSON PIEL KISER HENRY GRADY BLACK GEORGE FONTAINE WEYMAN GESSNER HARRISON ECI-IOLS FRANCIS DILWORTI-I CALLEY WILLIAM ALEXANDER DEITRICK CHARLES SKINKER VALENTINE JUNIUS IRVING SCALES MARTIN ROSS BAKER JOHN TRACY BAXTER JOHN RICHARD SMALL COLEMAN CARTER WALKER THOMAS CARTER BRUNS CLIFFORD HILLHOUSE POPE CHARLES AUBREY RAY LAW I ' JOHN WRIGHT APPERSON EDWARD PERCY RUSSELL JOHN AMBLER JEROME BONAPARTE SELLERS CHARLES TALBOTT YOUNG JOHN MOORE WALTON THOMAS HASKINS GRESHAM WILLIAM CLAIBORNE COUPLAND ENGINEERING WILLIAM HARDY HENDREN GRADUATE FRANCIS HENRY HARRISON, B, A. - 168 QEUIZIKS H1111 QIQIIIIS I92 Upsilon Chapter of Delta Psi Founded al Columbia, IS47. Elablfsllerl. 1859 FRATRES IN URBE JOHN WATTS KEARNEY EDWARD DICKINSON TAYLOE COLLEGE CHARLES EDMUND BOYLE BEN THOMAS FITZ-HUGH WILLIAM ALGER BROWN, JR. PHILIP MAURY HARDING, Jn. JOHN MAXWELL DAVIS CARY STEWART SHEILD CHARLES ANDERSON FERGUSON HARRY WATSON STARCHER HOMER LENOIR FERGUSON, JR. WILLIAM COWELL STEPHENSON EDWARD REILLY STETTINIUS, JR. LAW IRVING EDWARD CARLYLE THOMAS LEWIS PRESTON DAVID HENRY JARVIS RICHARD CARTER SCOTT, Jn. JOHN ALLISON LILE GEORGE SCOTT SHACKELFORD JOHN HUME TAYLOR Q MEDICINE FREDERICK GRIFFIN DORWART CUTHBERT TUNSTALL RICHARD LEE WILLIS '70 Qlntks ann Qllutls 192 Psi Chapter of Sigma Chi Founded al Miami IS55. Eslablisliczl, 1860 i,- FRATRES IN FACULTATE CHARLES ALFRED GRAVES. M. A., LL. B., LL. D. STEPHEN HURT WATTS, M. A.. M. D. FRATRES IN URBE GEORGE PERKINS, LL, B. BARRINGTON KING WILLIAM HENDERSON LABROT SYLVESTER WELSH LABROT WALTER MCINTYRE FRANCIS ,IAMES BLAKE HOWE, JR. DOUGLAS WATSON MATTHEWS EDWARD PATTON WELLER BERT ALEXANDER HARLESS LAWRENCE EDWIN YAKEL ALEXANDER WILSON PARKER WILLIAM CLAYTON MATTHEWS SAMUEL SAUNDERS COLLEGE LEGRAND LOCKWOOD REDFIELD SCOTT HERRON NESBIT EDWARD WELLFORD WITHERS THOMAS CLAYTON GRIFFIN FRANK CABENESS POLLARD ALBERT FLETCHER, III WILLCOX RUFFIN JOHN RYAN DEVEREUX, jn. LAW HAL WILSON STEWART JAMES FRANKLIN AILSHIE WILLIAM FELTON MCCONNELL MEDICINE ALBERT AUGUSTINE CREECY WINSTON UNDERWOOD RUTLEDGE gp Y 1.5 -- 'TQ EJ-'a , iflgf g i :- ggi we - wg ' Y W1 91-4' Y IN H5 X , K 1-QEE57! C Slciql 172 Qliutks ann Qlurls I92 Zeta Chapter of Kappa Sigma Founded at the Universily of Virginia, 1869 FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE OSCAR FERGUSON, M. A., PH. D. JAMES CARROLL FLIPPIN, M. D, WILLIAM MINOR LILE, LL. B., LL. D. THOMAS LEONARD WATSON. M. S., PH. D. JAMES SOUTHALL WILSON, M. A., Pu. D. JOHN HOWE YOE, M. A. FRATRES IN URBE JOHN BANKHEAD BANKS CORNELIUS HOLLAND BULL ISAAC ALEXANDER BIGGER RAYMOND MCKNIGHT SLOAN DUDLEY CRAWFORD SMITH COLLEGE RICHARD FURMAN BAKER, Jn. LODOWICK CROFOOT JACOBS ELDRIDGE HOUSTON CAMPBELL JOHN TAYLOR I..E.WIS. Jn. BERTRAM CAMPBELL CLEAVE ROBERT CORBIN PETTWAY EDWIN HENRY COPENHAVER, JR. WILLIAM BRANDER PETTWAY CLIFTON BERNEY GLEAVES WILLIAM MACKINDREE ROBBINS CHARLES GREEN ANDREWS HARMON CLARENCE WILMORE ROBINSON. Jn. LYTTLETON WADDELL LAW AUBREY RUSSELL BOWLES, Jn. SHIELDS MEEK GOODWIN ROBERT MCCARTHY BULLINGTON, JR. ROBERT VANCE HATCHER DONALD ROBERT FRASER JOHN TURNER HENLEY BARHAM ROSCOE GARY WILLIAM DANIEL JONES, Jn. FREDERICK DEAN GOODWIN RIBBLE EDGAR SCLATER MONTAGUE RICHARD MARCH SMITH MEDICINE MALLORY SINCLAIR ANDREWS RICHARD SPENCER GILL FRANK ARNOLD FOX EDXVARD CONWAY MAPHIS RAY JACKSON NEFF ENGINEERING ARTHUR MILLER MCNAIR MARION HEWITT MORGAN, JR. .f im V ,xx XX .XTL E X lx? V "fin: H 174 Clarks ann Qlutls . 1921 Virginia Delta Chapter Of Alpha Tau Omega Founded a!RicI1m0mI. Virginia, 1865. Eslablishczl, l868 --9-1 FRATER IN FACULTATE FRANCIS HARRIS ABBOT, M. A. FRATRES IN URBE JOHN STUART BATTLE, LL. B. M. ANDRE BURTHE ALBERT STUART BOLLING, M. A., LL. B. REV. HARRY BEDINGER LEE, B. A., LL. B. JAMES STUART HANCKEL REUBEN LINDSEY ROBINSON, M. D. THOMAS JEFFERSON RANDOLPH, MA., SPH. 1 COLLEGE l HAWTHORNE DILL BATTLE JAMES MURPHY BATTLE CARTER MARSHALL BRAXTON RICHARD WALKE BYRD THOMAS MOORE CARRUTHERS BENJAMIN HOUSTON CASKIE SIDNEY PHELAN CLARK WIRT HENRY COLEMAN WILLIAM FIELDS HICKSON DANIEL ELLIOTT HUGER. JR. SAMUEL SPENCER JACKSON JAMES WILKINSON JERVEY BURWELL DEAS MANNING ALBERT STRAYER KEMPER. ZACH TOMS ' WILLIAM CHALMERS WILLS JR. WALTER CHARLOT ENGMAN WILLIAM ALEXANDER WILSON ENGINEERING JAMES TINSLEY ALSOP CHRISTIAN VANDEGRIFT HOLLAND FELIX NOBLE WILLIAMS LAW THOMAS MURRELL EDMUNDS THOMAS HAZELHURST MIDDLETON JUL1AN MITCHELL, JR. Q' , I ..-QI ,- f -lik? 21 an A. :YE HE.: gvff.j5f531vf:n..w Y I76 QLUII25 Hun QLIIIIS I92 Beta Chapter of Zeta Psi Founded al New Yorlg Universily, 1347. Established. 1868 FRATRES IN FACULTATE IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS, B. A., M. S., PH. THOMAS FAUNTLEROY BALL, B. S., M. S. D. FRATRES IN URBE GORDON B. NELSON LEWIS T. HANCKEL GEORGE E. WALKER WILLIAM R. DUKE NEVIL G. HENSHAW EDWARD S. CLARK JUDGE R. T. W. DUKE W. ESKERIDGE DUKE MURRAY BOOCOCK DR. PAUL BARRINGER W. ALLEN PERKINS COLLEGE WILLIAM EATON, ju. JAMES MURRAY MASON, IV JAMES PLEASANTS MASSIE PHILIP BARNEY SHEILD EDWARD HARRISON TOMKINS KINLOCH NELSON YELLOTT JOHN HANNAH BARRINGER CARROLL BOOCOCK WILLIAM LYNTON BULKELEY WILLIAM CHANDLER CHAMBERLAIN HUGH SMITH CUMMING, ja. CAMERON COLEMAN DUKE LAW BRODNAX CAMERON BERNARD PEYTON CHAMBERLAIN WILLIS TODD CAREY GEORGE COLEMAN REEDY ENGINEERING HENRY LEA TATNALL, III GRADUATE GARLAND BAIRD BRIGGS 3? X. f L, gf v S5 ' -Q 3 1 1 K U Q A. ,Y v A ' Y i:'f?,, E Q X f '-' .W 1 Aff.. Q34 " 'WV 'S f V q 4 'VT J H1 Qhk v. --S f L-V' 178 Qlurks ann Qlutls 192 Beta Chapter of Sigma Nu Founded at Virginia Mililary Insfilule, 1869. Eslablisized, 1870 EDWARD FRANKLIN BLAND MORGAN BIRGE GEORGE GLASGOW CHILES BROOKS DAVIS CHARLES ROGERS FENWICK THOMAS JOSEPH HAYES LINCOLN ROUNDS GOWARD ROBERT LEE HINDS COLLEGE GARLAND REID HUBBARD ALBERT SIDNEY KNOWLES JOSEPH LEWIS MULFORD LEONARD OTIS DANIEL PAUL RALPH CLAUDE SWANSON RAMSEY STAFFORD RENDER REEVES ROBERT HART LAKE ALBERT WILSON WALKER LAW RICHARD EPPES SI-IANDS WILLIAM HOWARD MEWBOURNE JOHN JAMES MORRIS, JR. EDWARD GULAGER FENWICK JOHN SHOCH DOWNES THOMAS NELSON PARKER HUGH DUNBAR CARMICHAEL JAMES EDWIN MOORE MAC SWINFORD, JR. MEDICINE JOHN FAIR LUCAS ALFRED RIVES SHANDS ENGINEERING ROSWELL EMORY ROUND RANDOLPH ODELL GEORGE KING SHANDS GRADUATE RODERICK HUMES JACKSON Q 1' 5 f X, ll" . ' J Nw L I I XX 3 , w 'fs' 4 I 4- K 1 X X N , , ,A W 180 Cloths ann Qllutls 1921 Lambda Chapter of Kappa Alpha Founder! al Washinglon and Lee. IB65. Eslablfsllcfl, 1873 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ALBERT LEFEVRE, B. A.. M. A., P1-I. D. JOHN CALVIN METCALF, M. A., LITT. D. THOMAS WALKER PAGE, M. A., PH. D. WILLIAM DOUGLAS MACON. M. D. THOMAS FITZ-HUGH, M. A. JAMES MORRIS PAGE. M. A., PH. D. WILLIAM HALL GOODWIN, B. A., M. D. FRATRES IN URBE JOHN MARSHALL GRASTY, A. B., PH. D. CHARLES W. ALLEN HENRY O'BRANNON WILLIAM CARTER J. ANDERSON CHISHOLM WILLIAM F. LONG COLLEGE HARALSON BUTLER ARGO FRED NASH OGDEN JESSE COX BEESLEY, Ju. BENJAMIN GUINN PEYTON SAMUEL DOUGLAS CAMPBELL EDWIN LUNDY POWELL EZEKIEL SAMUEL CANDLER WINFREY STUART RAMSEY JAMES COUSAR DUNLAP GEORGE PETTUS RANEY, JR. RICHARD JOSEPH GRAYSON BRADFORD EARL ROBERTS ALFRED PEYTON JENKINS NATHANIEL ROYSTER ROYALL. Jn. JOHN WILLIAM MENEFEE, JR. DOUGLAS HAMILTON SPRUNT SAMUEL MACINTOSH MURCHISON JAMES ALFRED TYLER LAW HARROLD RAMSEY BISHOP CHARLES FREDERICK GOODWYN KUYK WILLIAM HAZZARD WIGG CASSELL HOWARD ELDRIDGE LYNCH, JR. AYLETT BRECKINRIDGE COLEMAN, JR. WILLIAM BAKER MCGOWAN FRANK SHARP DARWIN ROBERT WATSON SADLER JOSEPH DOUGLAS DEAL MEADE THOMPSON SPICER, JR. CHARLES DUNSMORE FOX, Jn. JOSEPH LEMUEL WILLS DIRK ADRIAN KUYK SAMUEL BROWN WITT ROGER GARBER WOLCOTT ENGINEERING JOHN CONWAY FOX OTHO FREDERICK MEARS, JR. JACK ARVID GUNN WILLIAM BEALL TAYLOR MEDICINE EUGENE OSMUN BARR HOLCOMBE HARRIS HURT HARRY LEE DENOON, JR. WILLIS MCCOLLUM SPRINKLE WILLIAM HENRY GLASS EDGAR MUCKETT TENNIS WILLIAM HENRY TURNLEY . GRADUATE JAMES CECIL DICKEY w 1 V7 ,, X MH f'Iff S. iw!! M1 Wx W mi ff , ' " "' QR 'W f , 1 V? 3: ' ' .-,i4E5,1Ef ' S,if'Q.,-'lif .ff : .42-2 Q, F , iiif Q 3 54 blt l h., f, --f 'X X if af ? 2 n A -X , g' f f' 1 11-.f f 1 I. ,, A, 0 , qv, A ev-1 +w. me --mm 1 ,,u,f V, ' - --2: .q ,Hifi -,Pf , , Q ' ,, 'uf' Q9 -t ' X 1: " er, V 'fi- n . 'ZW' - f QN '-4leN 1 1 N ' 5 W QM. Nami. -1-f 'X X- W ' .X --wi? Y 7 1,7 fmf , AQ' "Af L4 f A" we ' Y .- 91 K Y '82 Qlurks ann Qllurls 1921 Virginia Beta Chapter Ot Phi Delta Theta Founded al Miaini, l848. Eslablisflcd, 1873 ......-L. FRATRES IN FACULTATE HALSTEAD SHIPMAN HEDGES, B. S., M. A.. M. D. WILLIAM EDWARD BRAY, M. A.. M. D. FRATRES IN URBE JOSEPH THOMAS JONES RICHARD WARREN BARNES WILLIAM TINSLEY DENT LOUIS LAFAYETTE DEAL BENJAMIN WILSON PORTER JAMES EDWIN RUNNELS, JR. FREDERICK TERRELL NORVALL DIXON CRUTCHER NASH RATCLIFFE ADAMS RAYMOND POLLARD BARNES FRANK PATTERSON CHRISTIAN WILLIAM JENNINGS CROCKER, JR. ECTOR SMITH LAWSON ROMULUS CULVER SMITH NELSON PHILLIPS, JR. HENRY BEARDEN MULHOLLAND COLLEGE JOI-IN SANFORD CARROLL ERNEST GERARD SCOTT JONAS SHERN RICE, JR. FRANK TALBOTT, JR. PAUL LAMAR WHALEY DAVENPORT PASCHAL EDWARDS WILLIAM SI-IARPLESS DERRICK WOODS LAW BLACKSTONE DRUMMOND AYRES THEODORE WILLIS BATES HERMAN ELLSWORTI-I CRAWFORD HENRY CLAY GEORGE WILLIAM MOORE TODD SMITI-I ALFRED PERCY, JR. JAMES WHITCOMB WELCH MEDICINE GEORGE PRESTON NOWLIN ENGINEERING GEORGE ALEXANDER EVANS i - ry fx is 'fu f f :K 'fvnfvfpqw 'ivy W0 cv Lvqpf vw Qi J Wh X E-E ? ,i..,-5-1... X flurpp Olfaixs . V l -III' '1 ,H gffli- if N 'H' Y ' I ' CTX ' w ' , ,Q Ji 1 'E E H " ' ' 24" V. v f" Y f, ' :E X x,XE41!:!SV, ,,:m 47 Nav -Q1 1 x x Q Q ' 184 Qllnrks ann Qlurls 192 Beta Iota Chapter Of Delta Tau Delta Founded al BCH'lHl'l-D College, 1859. EslaI:IfsI1ecI, 1889 JOHN ELDON SHEPHERD, JR. FRATRES IN URBE WILLIAM ALONZO RINEHART EDWIN KELL O'BRIEN, B. S., C. E. WILLIAM RICHARDSON SHEPHERD LEWIS DABNEY CRENSHAW, B.A., M. A., LL. B. COLLEGE WILLIAM LEGGO BOYD, II EDWARD BENTLEY COX ASHLEY PHILIP CUTCHIN, JR. JOHN HENRY DAVIDSON HEATH DULANY DAVIDSON EDWIN BRECKENRIDGE ELLIS EDWARD OVERTON MCCUE, JR. CHARLES GERMAIN MASSIE CHARLES SUMMERS MITCHELL BYRON LAMOTT NIEMEYER RICHARD CUNNINGHAM RICHARDSON VAN KINCANNON ROGERS JOHN HAMILTON SCHERER THOMAS DUDLEY STOKES CHARLES EDWARD STONE HENRY AJAX WALKER, Jn. MEDICINE ROBERT MASSIE PAGE MILLARD FILLMORE COX. JR. LAW HARRY POWELL PORTER EASTWOOD DAVIDSON HERBERT, B. A. ROBERT COLEMAN PRICE, III JOHN CHICHESTER MACKALL MCALISTER MARSHALL JULIAN LEIGH RICHARDSON LUTHER SCHERER, JR. ENGINEERING JOHNSON BARBOUR CHRISTIAN THOMAS AUSTIN SYDNOR fx M ' ,W . ull ppmqnmwl IIEIIEP wx 1' X f ALR 41,53 TAU :Z Il - NIH i lmf.,-" KAV' "-wifi F H - 'Q' cr 627 V fmlwl Ils 186 'Qliurks ann Qlurls' 1921 Virginia Chapter of Delta Chi Founded ul Cornell, l890. Esfablisficd, 1905 FRATRES IN URBE JOHN C. BROOKS WILLIAM O. FIFE I-IARMON M. DINWIDDIE GARLAND MCNUTT PERRIN FERGUSON SHAW COLLEGE CHARLES GREEN ANDREWS WILLIAM LEE NASH BRUCE VAUGHN BOXLEY, JR. ARTHUR JAMES OGLE WILLIAM NICHOLSON ELLIS OCTAVIUS LOXLEY CLARK RADFORD, JR WILLIAM JEFFERSON JUDD ALFRED GRAHAM STEVENS ROBERT EASTON TOWNSEND MEDICINE WILLIAM ROSS MORRIS WILLIAM MARCO SHEPPE LAW FRED BINGHAM GENTRY RICHARD ANDREWS NORSWORTHY JOHN VAUGHAN GRONER EDWIN SLEDGE WHITE WALLACE FRANKLIN JENKINS PAUL SCOTT WILLIAMS BURNLEY MAGRUDER WINGFIELD ENGINEERING PHILIP FENDALL BOWIE ANDREW EDWARDS MOODY GRADUATE NATHANIEL DABNEY CHAPMAN PEYTON NALLE RHODES X ,pw .Q msix 3322-1 0 aww ,,'! NI X ulhf' U ' .uf W QWMI V E WLEG we quarks ann curls 1921 Virginia Eta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Founded al Ricfmzomi College, 1900. Esfablisllcd, 1906 FRATRES IN URBE ROSSER C. FORBES HARRY LECATO SMITH, M. D. S. JACKSON KENNAN COLLEGE JOHN WHITNEY BOLTON RAYMOND THOMAS HEALY RICHARD STEVENS CROSS HENRY PALMER ENSIGN HOWARD ALFRED ROLAND DAVIDSON WALKLY ELMS JOHNSON LESLIE ROLAND DYER JOHN THOMAS MILES HAROLD ESMOND HENRY SMITH RORER HEALY PARKER BAGWELL RUE, JR. LAW WILLIAM FLETCHER AYRES ERNEST LYNWOOD DYER BENJAMIN WISNOR CARTER ROBERT ERNEST GARLAND ADAM CLARKE CLEMENT WILLIAM ASBURY RORER ROBERT NATHANIEL STEPHENS, JR. MEDICINE RISDEN JASPER DEFORD EDWARD JOSEPH OTTENHEIMER ISAAC LONG I-IARSHBARGER MILLARD BRIDGMAN SAVAGE ENGINEERING RUSSELL EDWIN BENNETT GEORGE JAMES PARRISH GRADUATE ERNEST CARSON ROSS 1 w ii 1767 - S ,. X4 X xf A4 fg Ky, lb! ,W-Q?.A,g,x i55iCf'4 ?"?PEf ' X 1 f' , 3 i l!i11 :1::' lm Wli' QL l I L IMW , Y, V ff! !f11L',nLf,LKW f3 UC! dxfw :mmm A '90 Qturks HUD CIEIIIJIB 1921 Phi Zeta Chapter of Alpha Chi Rho Founded al Trinfip College, IB95. Esiablisfred, 1907 lo- FRATRES IN URBE GOUVERNEUR WHITEHEAD MARCHANT WILLIAM GRAYSON MORAN,, Jn. CLAIR MOORE SCHAILL A NORVELL DARIUS HUNTER CHARLES JOSEPH HORGAN EARL PARKER BOHANNON JAMES ROLAND MEYERS MARION THOMAS ROSSER MARSHALL TOPPIN BOHANNON HUGH DOGGETT SCOTT, JR. WILLIAM HENRY CLAY WHITE EDGAR PARMELE CARDWELL GRAVEN FIELDS WINSLOW FRED RAYMOND WILSON HARRY LIVELY WHITE, JR. ALLEN FENCE WIANT GUY AUSTIN WILSON COLLEGE JOSEPH ANTHONY BURTON SAMUEL STAKELEY HATCI-IETTE PHILIP BERYL SCHENK SEABORN JONES FLOURNOY HENRY MCCANTS MULKEY THOMAS DUNN LAW WALTER RALEIGH WI-IITEHURST MEDICINE CHARLES LEE QUAINTANCE WALTER WEYMAN BENTON JAMES ARCHIBALD O'KEEFE ENGINEERING ALBERT RANDOLPH LEFAUCHEUR FRANK GORDON . I 54 433 ,IJ JLLLD 'x ., U .n - Y ' 'U I 4 I fix T! W ' Mum fll ,xii A' "'V 192 Goths nun Qlurls 192 Rho Chapter of Delta Phi Founded al Union College in 1827. Eslablislwcrl in 1907 lo- FRATER IN URBE ARTHUR PHILIPS COLLEGE WILLIAM BOYKIN BALDWIN HUMPHREY ALBERT MCCRANIE JOHN WALLER BOSWELL, JR. JACK BURGESS MEEK DAVID ELLIS BROWN HORRY FROST PRIOLEAU WALTER LINDSEY BROWN OSCAR HERBERT SI-IERBROOKE, Jn. JOHN SHAW FEILD JAMES DONNELL TILGHMAN WILLIAM ROBERTSON HANCKEL JOHN TWOHY, II THOMAS ABRAM HUGUENIN THOMAS LEIGH WILLIAMS LAW GEORGE READ MARTIN ENGINEERING STUART RANDOLPH BOOKER GEORGE PETERKIN GAMBLE THOMAS CLAUDE DURHAM, JR. ROBERT CUSTIS GARRISON GORDON HAMILTON GILDERSLEEVE dw .gf ,,,,,....r"'5 . W .-' -Q' a Aivninlil : ,-Q-mi. .,. 1 194 Qlurks anti Qlurls 1921 Xi Chapter of Theta Chi Founded al Norwich Universfly, 1856. Eslablislzcd, 1914 CHARLIE CHESLEY ANDERSON LAWRENCE WINFIELD DOUGLAS FRANCIS MERIWETHER FOWLKES JOSEPH CORNELIUS INMAN LANGI-IORNE REGINALD JONES ALVIN OAKES JONATHAN RIDDICK SANDERLIN WILLARD REYNOLDS ASHBURN ROBERT FRANKLIN CONNALLY, JR. THOMAS WARREN MESSICK LEWIS WINSTON ANGLE COLLEGE THEODORE MONTAGUE CARSON DUDLEY DICKENSON THOMAS EPPES GRAHAM STUART PANNIL JONES NORMAN COLEMAN NICHOLSON MELVIN OAKES JAMES CLAYTON YANCEY LAW A THOMAS HUNTER BLANTON JOHN MURPHY HEINZ CEYLON GREY QUESENBERRY MEDICINE GEORGE I-IUTCHESON DENNY ENGINEERING HOWELL BOSSIEUX ESKRIDGE JOHN MILLER PORTER JAMES I-IANNAN HENNELLY HAROLD MATTHEWS SHUFF EDMUND ADDISON SMITH WK!! ,J ml 69- qw I ' X .qkiil , 1 at BBW - f? fi may pr! '-vw 2' uiyq G LN, ,Y J H rljbrfsfgyf X Lliix - M 1,5 QM? 196 Qlurks ann Qllurls 192 Chi Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau Founded al fha College of live Cily of New York, 1898. Eslabfished 1915 FRATER IN FACULTATE ERNEST LINWOOD LEHMAN, B. A., M. A., P1-1. D DAVID BLOOM, JR. HERMAN LEWIS BENNETT DAVID STANLEY BROWN CARL LAZARUS FORST HAROLD PHILIP GANSS SIMS GUCKENHEIMER ALAN JEROME HOFHEIMER HERBERT FALK ADOLPH LEONARD GOODMAN IRVING CHARLES GOLDSTEIN DE BRUCETON LOWENBERG COLLEGE RICHARD DANIEL HOFHFIMER FRANK KATZENSTEIN CECIL LOWENBERG LEROY 1v1ARcoL1Us BERT FRANK MAYER HERBERT NACHMAN JOEL JAY PRESSMAN IRVIN SCHLOSS LAW SAMUEL MORRIS ISADORE OPPLEMAN JOSEPH MENDELSSOHN SCOLNICK MICHAEL BENJAMIN WAGENHEIM MEDICINE EUGENE LESLIE LOWENBERG "9191!2'z ' 'wwf N l Eff 'Iv' , xx T ,sv -' 'ly XV W fiwfllllllllllf ' -P 1. GA Wu , , KM w I 15 I' SJ S XXKXKi W V Tm W 4 Q 1, pw 1N,,yyyw,1!lwwNNwN ,Wg v. r agi ng 5.-'M f xgzxj, ,Qui ,311 X ,ww , J : l X Q ' Qs 'Q we l , 3. gvy f: ' ' 'Q - U S' F A ..., Zi? ,w liW ,l"" xmxNW N YQ AM E E if f 'Q' Q5 1239 X' ' 198 Qlurks ann Qiiurls E192 Nu Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi Founderl al lhe College of llie Cily of New Yorlf, I90I. Eslablislierl, 1915 -io- COLLEGE SOL BARTH WEINBERG ALLISON SOBEL LOVENTHAL SYLVAN REICHGUT WILLIAM HARRY SCI-IVVARZSCHILD GEORGE SAMSON HELLER LEROY ROSENHEIM COHEN EDWARD ISAAC WALLERSTEINW NATE STUART NELSON SAMUEL A. REINACH LAW SAMUEL MELVIN KOOTZ SIDNEY ABRAHAM BURNSTEIN JACOB HENRY LAVENSTEIN ALVIN FRIEDLANDER I S155 Tk my -1- . . If wxxrq,-,': 5 Q .a ' nnunmmnrwnnwmasuw wi Ng ' Ji m V EE 200 Qlurks ann Q.ZurI5 I9 Delta Alpha Local, Petiiioning Delta Upsilon Founded ai lim Universily of Virginia, 1920 1.- FRATER IN FACULTATE FISKE KIMBALL. M. ARCH.. PH. D. GRADUATE LAWRENCE SINCLAIR CANNON COLLEGE DAVID PHILIP EVANS GEORGE DAVID MCGREGOR WILLIAM LORING MCMORRIS, ja. DEVERE RAFTER WEEDON LEMUEL REDMOND BROOME WILLIAM ROBERT LEE COOK, jk. JAMES PURNELL DAUGHERTY, JR. CHARLES HAWES EVANS ENGINEERING GEORGE WILLIAM CASSELL MALCOLM HOWARD MARKWOOD WILLIAM WORSHAM HARDY ROBERT BURROW TORBETT MEDICINE FLOYD LAFAY ETTE KNIGI'-I' I' nonsxxmsu THE OLD ROTUN DA 921 Qllurks ann Qlutls VIRGIN IA CA Centennial Odel Mother Virginia, we are come to-day To place upon thy brow a laurel wreath Crowning thy glory of a hundred years. But first of him, the Monticello Sage, Who brought thee into being, would we sing. One night he restless lay upon his bed, And just as Dawn with trembling lances touched The highest mountain tops, he dreamed a dream: Saw in a vatic vision here shine forth "The glory that was Greece", and on these hills Arise again "The grandeur that was Romeng Saw stately colonnades Hank'a fair lawn Where dryads in the moonlight sweet might play, And, at the eastern end, a pillared dome, Then, like the builders of the fanes of old, With matchless skill of brain and eye and hand, Brought into being his fair child of dreams. But more than this he saw: A race of men of aspiration high, ln honor perfect, and in faith sublime, Q Simple of heart and mind, truthful of tongue, lVlen nurtured at thy breast, and drawing thence That strength which makes for all things pure and high lVlen who, through sacrifice, should help to lift A weary world into the arms of God. Qlurks sinh Qliutls 192 What hast thou done in all these hundred years, And how fulfilled the master's vision fair? List to her answers: "I have taught my sons All of the wisdom that the sages knowg Wisdom of ancient times, of modern thought, Knowledge of higher things not found in books, Taught them to know the truth and so be free. But, above all the lessons of the schools, This have I writ in letters gold and blue- My own rich colors caught from morning skies- And o'er my portals flung the flaming scroll: Honor is man's best birthright. Let him sell Cr scorn or lose this princely heritage, Like Esau he shall wander from his kind. "And I have given my dearest and my best, When war drums beat our country's call to arms. In civil strife, afar on foreign fields, Wherever man may do or dare or die, There have my sons upheld my honored name, Doing those things which only true men dog Daring those things which only heroes dareg Dying such deaths as but the deathless die." Mother of statesmen, patriots, warriors brave, Moulder of men, maker of poets, priests- These be the jewels in thy crown to-day, Gems like the Roman matron's, bright and fair. And from the noble deeds and lives of these, Our elder brothers, has been brought to birth An influence, subtle, mighty-the spirit Of Virginia, soul and conscience of her life. Upon each heart that enters at her gates 92l ftlurks HIIU QLLIITIS There falls this unseen, mystic inlluenceg Soft as the shining of a friendly star, Fair as the sunset glow on placid lake, But strong as tides of the eternal sea, High as an untrod, cloud-lost mountain peak, Deep as a love that gives itself for love. And now, as pilgrims in the ancient time, From cot and palace, over sea and land, Came to some sanctuary, there to kneel Before a sculptured saint, and, kneeling, won Peace out of pain, and rest from life's unrest, So are we come to worship at thy shrine Made hallowed by the memories of the past, Made beautiful by gifts of love to-day, Made bright by promise of the future years. And worshiping, we plight to thee our faith, Our prayers that thou mayst ever mightier grow, Our Hrm resolve to hold thy standard high, Our best endeavors through the days to come- ln God's almighty hand we leave the rest. WILLOUGHBY READ:-1 Qlutks ann Qlurls 192 The Corner Gates The Corner Cates stand open wide and through each arch On either sicle unnumhered men and womenr march: Or day or night they come and go, The hopeful heart, the high, the low, The wise and otherwise- And, as they haste or loiter up and down The long, Long Walk out into life, they find That men in passing loved and left behind A sentiment which has become their crown! A Hundred Years have come and died: the Cates are new And new the tide of forms and faces which pass through: But Lawn and Row and Range and Hill Hold more than classic beauty still, And shape man's soul the same- They mould the souls of men and shape their youth To all that manhood means: Or fight or plow, A man will he one thousand years from now One name with Honor, Service, and with Truth! The Honor Cates! They harbor Truth that men may senne Men in their youth and, growing older, never swerve From serving men, and age to know That Heaven lies on earth below As well as in the skies- That Heaven lies beneath these skies on Lawn And Lane and Row and Range-that Heaven lies Within and, when we've gone, new souls will rise Behind the Cates, pass forth, and carry on! Cx-ms. Enema Gu.uAM. i 4 . M .. . . .- X 'W " uf: . J- ' V ,ss-..:'-Q1 A " I , , , fr Y - Iqjqqggzg V .1 -- ..- m, ...-,-es -. ..,.gB. , Q, 2-r-. -- ,- ' .-"'1'- f' V "" ' im, .'1f33."5' , I .L ,B ,531-gf ,. A- ,r1g.',:fH-,V 1 -,-q:f..'.L- Q f Q,-.rfi 9.1-. rzygg, N-.Z ?'-T71 ' --37':'4:F .., ,V A , 4 'E+' :T-,A-4 -4-555.2441 'N' E+, 1sMf ,E , uonsmomn THE CORNER GATES I v. 1 J , , 210 Qtlurks ann Qiiurls 192' Paul Gooclloe Mclntyre AUL GOODLOE. MCINTYRE. was born on High Street, Char- lottesville, May 28, l860, and was educated in the public schools of Charlottesville and the University of Virginia. ' Mr. Mclntyre's gifts to the county of Albemarle, city of Char- lottesville, and University of Virginia, have been numerous. Until a few years ago, the public schools of this county were in a deplorable condition, when he began to interest himself in their improvement. The result is that the schools of Albemarle county are now among the best in the State. To Charlottesville he has given four pieces of statuary, one of which already adorns the city. This is the statue of Lewis and Clark, famous explor- ers of the great Northwest Country, by Charles Keck. The others include statues of George Rogers Clark, by Robert T. Aitking Robert E.. Lee, by Shrady, the artist who created the equestrian statue of General Ulysses S. Ctrant, recently unveiled in Washington, and "Stonewall" jackson, also by Keck. The Public Library, now being erected, is another monument to Mr. Mclntyre's benevolence to the city. Nor has he been forgetful of his Alma Mater. The Mclntyre School of Fine Arts, embracing the schools of Art and Architecture and of Music, has been liberally endowed by him. The establishment of this school has extended the usefulness of the University beyond the limits of mere academic necessity. And finally, the erection of the magnificent Creek Amphitheatre, admirably adapted to the presentation of outdoor plays and pageants, is the result of his generosity. This structure, when completed, will be next to the largest of its kind in the United States, and will give added beauty to the classic buildings of the University of Virginia. Few communities are so fortunate as to be able to count among their suc- cessful sons such a man as Paul Goodloe Mclntyre. An outstanding figure in the world of business for many years, he has returned to Charlottesville and to the University. Modest and unassuming to a degree, his very presence here is helpful. Virginia is grateful to this man, not only for what he has given her, but also for his untiring interest and for the spirit with which he has made his contributions to the artistic and aesthetic side of our University. -nf. PAU L GOODLOE Mel NTYRE l 'nj . 'J ,-7.. .'. !4l.il,,,,' Q1 E anvil! x .Mi Xuan EYUHYUY ,,, PAUL GOODLOE MclNTYRE AMPHITHEATRE 92I Qllnrks ann Qlurls G i The Last Soiree Charlie Graves wasted his breath In Torts at Minor Hall: All morn we heard his sermonize 'Cainst demon drink and cards and diesg All morn we heard him moralize ln piping cry that missed us all! All morn the Corner guardians sat And stood on step and benchg All morn men passed by without hats From Range and Row, Lynd Hall and Flats, From Lawn and Field and Lodge and Frats, With a thirst no man could quench. ee r . , 19 H is gl li I, sw Ita , X l N ,S The Express Room half way down lVlain Held fourteen kegs and more- There were spirits of Grape and Crain, Whiskey and Gin and fine Champagne Arriving in town on every train, And pretzel boxes galore! The word passed on! the news-fire leaped From Academ to Med! From Monroe Hill to Tumble Tavern, F rom Corner Cate to Cabell Cavern,- And each fond word was of this pattern: To-night we will be mined and fed! 214 Qllurks ann Qlurls 192 MF? J--a 7, i' X '- ' , ' Q N, Z, L A fri! V gil 5 ' 2 g X -- W ref-TYQQ-j The drinkers cut their suppers short And put their old clothes on. The Tappa Kegs were putting out To college men at largeg no doubt There'd be a good old drinking bout Before the night was done. 'Twas honest drinking to be done- And honest drinking did- When gathered in the Tappa cellar Stude and duke and crank and fellow, Linked by the bond of drink together As the Open Soirees did! 3 ei are There was "Pudden," "Joe,', "Buck' and Dutch Four tanks of local fameg And "Flooks" and "Nab," "Uly" and Bill "Heavy" and "Spike" and "Wop" and Will "VValt," "Deak," "Pichie," "Randy,' Gill And dozens I cannot name. The steins went up and the beer went down Right merry grew the crew! And those who could not learnt to sing "Colombo" and "the Bashful King"- Their voices made the welkin ring With other classics, too! 921 Qlnrks ann Qturls fs , ' . , FDQHQI V ! N t wabllt b-1 i Wrlliil "" f'f- s Oo 1 'E' 67 5' if ' ' N . fi ,Q l A A14 A ' dl 14 qi And some grew wise with statesmanship, Some argued at great length , On minute points of local law About the name of Arkansas, Some told of strange things they saw And some did feats of strengthg And some sat silent as they sipped, While some stood up to fight: At bottoms-up each man was tried, As drinking drunk with drinker vieclg- Many a good man passed and died On that last festive night! , Y..ifv I,IVV ? E F, ri " -I 4 H f if . I2 ' 55 ' , They went to sleep by the wayside ln the cooling autumn hreezeg Some few made their domicile, But many slept in gutter style On Walk and Lawn and Steps, the while A few fools slept in trees. At last the Sunday sun rose clear On Chapel Bell and Tony's I-Iillg The Faculty rose and went to pray And, as they went along the way, Woke up the laggards where they lay When they had drunk their fill. QEIJIIRS HHU Q!Qll'E!5 192 But in the Tappa Wine Room Still clinkec! the steins around, And new blood drank where old had died- All honor to Virginia's pride, They strove the last three kegs to hide In pouches full and round. Three Ribbon Drinkers did the feat With their three records massed: They washed their faces in it, They bathed and waded in it, They danced and sat down in it, Until at last the last man passed! Now quiet reigns in Tappa Hall Where hapt this famous lie: The mountain dew we light to-day Makes us long for the Old Soiree Which, alas! has had its day For now the Lawn is dry! j. S. E. G. W X ?i'filt'T1,iii5'i .se- Z' f , X 1' mgjfj-5 5131, .f -1.1.' 'QXQX F , Q55 f LW, M I, 3 Us . U . .V Eg? Gill. g A Q, 3 "" 4.51-F-T-iff I . U ff ,qw-S'Q'gi,fW'Egf--X53 QA . J """",.g,L1-gL'-. ,im w -Xxx A , 21 Q gf Q : Tlx, at ehqend A'--2 Qi um ,hrst day. and .. atthe end QF th f'r.-stweek. ' 1 -X f, O Kg F lg C fm D .g as I ,,,l,iw w " L V 'ir' - ., WV k 2 l i 1 His a Miuje,CBzys,a Mirage 1 A ,Tk ' RW X! xv-1 Q CRXSJXXXEKZE RQN ! 1-mfiff 1 XX' Q . K- A Q ' 1 X Q Q .fix 1 kk. '- 'J wf - , ffl. ' ' ' f Q QQ 59 fx O, 'sf' f, , , 1 V I K 4 Rx ,INKC fxjfj fl, X96 V X I A K xl Lp, V l ff X I . . 1 'ig Q. , 'Pow ANNIQHND PL-0X"ff1 CWS N au A 'TTIE DF-'giar4At. WAY- 6 W I CEIJIQIIS HUU QEIIIIS 192 The Maker of Rhymes Maker of rhymes, when all is writ and said, Two things stanrl fast to meet the changing hour: Truth, with the faith to see it, and the power To live its high romance self-fashioned By human will which seelfs beyond its length, Anal merges into faith behind its youth. Religion, beauty, honor-slaves of Truth- Plead clumbly their provisioning of strength Before the unequivocal Law Of universal Verity and Right, The rule of That Which Is, not That Which Might. For Truth is Cocl, but Coal is Truth in awe. Maker of rhymes, the folded eyes of fate See not the struggle nor the fonclled hope, But judge of courage in its breadth and scope, And the degree of soul impassionate. You smile: the returning smile is grim,- "Man makes his faith the mystery of life. Alone he builds the issue of the' strife To claim from just Heaven what is clue to him." Envoi This, then, my prayer, Truth Ultimate: Leave me my faith and battlehelds again, And from my will and vision choose my fate, Eternal Searcher of the hearts of men! PETER COMPTON JEFFERSON'S BIBLE 222 Qinrhs ann Qllurls 192' The Dogs in the Manger A FABLE Who 54" Cofl'5 - Wilfi no apologies lo La Fonlume: or f .V h'sX,,1 Charles Livingston Bull, eilher If G Q J f 64 0 v stu -L.T. lib Aki, 1,1 - , ' N W' NCE there was a Happy Community of Dogs W! i , who Dwelt and Dreamed and Played with the ' Bones on a Lawn that was built around a Round House with a pretty Cup on top of it, upside ,,,m,,,g,,,,,M down and as white as the polished knob of a Beef Bone. U"r""'1'3'? All was Peace, until the Big Hounds who Ran the Kennel Ruled that it would be O. K. to allow Chickens and Cats to Dwell on the Lawn. Then a great Howling arose, and there was much Baying at the Moon. One and All-Sly Dogs, Rum Hounds, and Playful Pups-united to Yelp. Af-tGm1.3+-30 ' 1 44- -' ' ,ffvfjg . V , u los, . " l THEY ALL Toon Tn-laik MEmc-NE Now, the Dogs had Owned the Lawn from time lmmemorial and they Loved it: the nice green grass, so soothing to the stomach when one was sickg the soft red clay lawn, easy to Deposit bones ing and the Big Trees and white Pillars. They had never been disturbed, except at Easter and in the Summer time, when Sleek Kittens and Coy Chickens came for a while to Play with them. ' 5 54 , .-?ii'5LlL- af WCG ge Z ?' 9 CATS THAT' WERE. AFRAKD or NXICE ' The ldea of Chickens and Cats with Equal Rights on the Lawn was Re- 192' Qtlnrks ann QIurI5 223 pugnant, so Dogmatic had the Dogs become. And the Prospect of Old Hens, and Cats that were afraid of Mice-well, no wonder there was much Yelping and Howling. - But neither the Yelping and the Howling, nor the Barking and the Crowl- ing, availed to keep the Unwelcome Residents awayg BECAUSE, just when the Doggone Uproar was at its Height, somebody Dug up that old Regulation: "The keeping of Dogs within the University grounds is strictly forbidden." Xl VV N71 A Q, Q s ' 4 f-5, ,5- fm. '5' cn fl. A G ARD o THE BONE VAUI-TS tu FRONT OC REDDY Ecu-xnL5'5 HQME The Canine Convulsion ceased. The Dogs posted a guard over the Bone Vaults in front of Reddy Echol's home, and they all went and took their Med- icine like good Dogs. fThey found the Medicine in a Big, Black Bottle behind a certain Pro- fessor's house on West Lawnj 6 fs M, , 'Z Af-1 ,LSWQ if fu Q if 1 f-at s Cmgxgpgs Ann gp.1'5 vu!-H EQUAlf fluit-KT . uozmxcsn WEST OF EAST RANGE , , . lv. . .JNL ' 0 ,'-3 B 3 . ugffq' ' Dj D , - J , 1. 1: A in - . ' 5 1izL:+:":.:.efx.,,,.af.1 W Issrugxr gi: YW! 2 5 ,. . Q ff 5 ? .2z::Yi'5f'-35' Z if ' E ruANE:"2TSg::3, xx fig , ' Nmovn' , PEM-H'Y" cam 4' Q ' , srrsrfm P f . V 4 ' 4... xx ' 'ff , -Q, - - -. - 1757. , , I ,tlx .. f, .i:4 ,A at 'thg Elifllfizxl QQHEZ NQW Uovla on 1' from rj M I LMIEXY 1959 gif If 1 Q3 U. 'Q?j:5EvQgQff W 'Q' " Y " '-31151 Nj j 0- 57 f f r: ,fun lhatetyoul '-Ihabexyou' Hike-you Ilikeyou t lloveyul-x! lloveyuhl 7 W- A gb -7211, fi? Q C20 3 T gy' G22 'r l .. rhl- ut w .w.....,,. Co-ordination C0"3d'-'-Citlon C0-Operation , Q 1 'ff 5 4' 'A x. - g.'QEf Q3 1:10 67 -4 ,cfm I GX N40 on ,. J U f 2 'Fr lla 1:-3" O-2' . I 693 f'a.'..gR U - Q,- : ,, " 'j . ' 1 X .o 5 ilk ' MJ , 1, 5211 , ff"""l"' Q yw ' 1 4. J rm zu.-bu, J EF'FERSON'S TOM B I92l cranks ang curls 227 l A ORE than a hundred years ago an idea was born. And it is of this idea, its growth, its development, its present power, and its promise in the days-that are to be, that we would write. More than a hundred years ago, there lived a man whose faith in man was absolute. His creed was one of personal liberty and religious free- dom. His solution of life, his answer to the problems of life, was education. By education he believed that personal liberty could best be obtained and relig- ious freedom macle secure. To him the word itself was synonymous with Truth. See to it that man is educated-let him know the truth, and so be free. This was his entelechy. And as the years have passed, each succeeding generation has realized more and more the wisdom of the man whose hand and brain planned, and whose vision perfected,rthe University of Virginia. Each day the architect rode down from his home at Monticello to personally supervise the construction of the buildings, and with each golden day's decline there grew a spirit which has become .the lengthened shadow of that man. The laying of bricks, the driving of nails-these things are one with Ninevah and Tyre. The work.,of hand and brain was incidental. The vision of the spirit is everlasting. There have been manyldefinitions of education. lts purpose is to discover truth, to prepare the individual for the community. Nor should we forget the literal meaning of the word. An educated man, is not one in whom we see stored vast quantities of varied learning, he is a man from whom we may draw forth wisdom and understanding. And all things must be drawn forth volun- tarily, else the tenet of personal liberty is broken. This was always the con- tention of the man whose University is ours. When our early faculty members 228 :stains ann-curls my sought evidence by means of compulsory sworn testimony, he it was that stood out against them as the apostle of voluntary evidence on the part of the students. This idea of individual responsibility and honor was the germ of the spirit that has become a heritage. Since the dawn of history, men have fought for personal liberty. They have faced torture for religious freedom. On the granite shaft at Monticello is the name of the man who was the "Author of the Declaration of Independ- ence," and of "the statute of Virginia for religious freedom." But he was not content to let his epitaph come to an end there. Only those of us who love him, only those of us who understand that the inception of this place was to him the one outstanding achievement of his life, can stand reverently before that granite shaft and be filled with the realization of the true meaning of those simple words: "Father of the University of Virginia." 64 55 56 55 55 55 -55 55 if For two decades, students came and went. The Hidean of the University of Virginia was seeking a name. In these twenty years the germ of individual honor had grown and developed, and the year l842 saw the adoption of the Honor System by the student body. Still intangible, like love or beauty or truth,-the backbone of Virginia's greatness had been given a concrete name. The Honor System! At one and the same time it is the finest, and if improperly administered, the most dangerous, of all forms of student govern- ment. Honor is man's birthright. The preservation of the Honor System is the duty and the privilege of every Virginia man. We live under a system that presupposes a man to be a gentleman. When he proves himself unworthy of his trust, he has sold his birthright. And yet, how are we to define a gentleman? He is one "who puts more into life than he takes out of itng or, better still, he is one "who respects the feelings of others." The Honor System is the code of the gentleman. It is not a thing imposed on the students, it must spring from them, be guarded by them, become a part of them-or the greatest thing that Vrginia has to offer her sons is lost. By the fall of l860, the spirit of Virginia was a living thing, and when "The Sons of Liberty," and "The Southern Guard," the two student volunteer companies, marched down to Charlottesville in the spring of l86l and en- trained on dirty cattle cars for Harper's Ferry, the test had come. What account of themselves did the men of Virginia give? The two bronze tablets, undecorated, yet crowded with names, answer that question in words more 192' Qllnrks ann Gusts 229 eloquent than pen can write. At last the banners were furled. One fancies M that those who lost their lives came MM 1 B' back in spirit to the shadow of the li F Rotunda and the quiet peace of the Lawn. The living came back, those men who had gone through the ordeal of fire and self-sacrifice, came back with higher ideals gain- ed from the lessons of war. With wornout tools, they stooped to build again the things that were. And so it was that, following in the footsteps of defeat, came the era of expansion. More stu- J dents came each year to Virginia to be taught by those great men of the faculty, who, like Arnold of Rugby, strove to inculcate in their pupils an ambition to be "first Christians, then gen- tlemen, and then scholars." The year I895 saw a disastrous fire and the burn- ing of the old Rotunda. The Rotunda was quickly rebuilt and, at the foot of the Lawn, new buildings were erected which seemed "the gracious out- growth of the old." Each year Virginia sent out into the world men trained by her in the arts of peace, men respected and sought for, because of the name they bore. ' In April, l9I7, came our entry into the Great War. I-lad the spirit of Virginia held firm during the fifty years of expansion? To ask the question is to answer it. Thousands of Virginia men answered the call to arms. The names of those whose death was swallowed up in victory, in the service of the United States, are cut in bronze beside those of their older brothers, who died for the Confederacy. "The droning squadrons melt away- The motor and the guns are rust." But this second lesson of self-sacrifice has knit more closely together the hearts of Virginia's sons. Let us occasionally stop amid the hustle and bustle of life, and, just for a moment, think of those boys whose bodies have made holy some corner of a foreign field, and whose spirits have become a living part of our Alma Mater. 9: 9: is' 96 9: 9? 9: tk if 230 Qturks any Gnarls 192' There has been criticism of Virginia-no one can deny that. Drunkards them -this IS a popular may become non-religious the air that breeds a sort But such criticisms can great educational lnstitu men are gathered together. heart of the world will until the nature of human changed. There are sur- the surgeon's knife. There even the spirit of Virginia v I 94 ' "-3 2. .v' ." 3-. "Jr 7' phrase Mothers have re And there is something in of dont care feeling be laid at the doors of any tion where hundreds of This small corner ln the have its share of criticism beings, by and large, has gical cases too difficult for may be some men whom does not reach. And those and gamblers have been placed to her credit, she "either makes men or breaks is . - fused to send their sons 2. 1, M! here for fear that they IE. fi lf"QJ, ss 9 91 - , i g. - . . . K' 1 if , . who have the "don't care great rush to catch a street signment-do care for found in books. Those of skepticism that higher forget the abiding truth of ff. i. -'if .. 655:59 Bw Triirsa feeling," who are in no car or to read a Latin as- those higher things not parents who fear the touch education often brings, the laureate's w o r d s : "There lives more faith in honest doubt, believe me, than in half of the creeds." Virginia was made for the idealist, for those young men who can see vis- ions. She moulds better those who come to her with a good background and an inborn love of truth. And yet we believe that every mother's son of them, even unto the man who has been expelled for having broken the Honor System, has caught something, intangible, indefinable, a something, the essence of which is called Honor. Cod help us to be worthy of that spirit- "And when at last our songs are done, And suns are sinking low, From out the gloom and dark to us Virginia's lamp shall glow." PE- 55 95 55 3 95 -'E '34 5 One hundred years have passed since the birth of the idea that has become all that the University of Virginia means to her sons, to the State, and to the nation. Widi hearts profoundly stirred, we stand at the threshold of a second 1921 ' Qtnrks ann Qtlurls 231 great era of expansion. We are filled with the fulness of the past, a past that has builded on a firm foundation-the lives of men. The spirit of Virginia is with us, immortal Age beside immortal Youth. Increased numbers will not make us a greater University: let us pray rather that the coming era of expan- sion will develop and make finer the things that have been and must always be. Many hundreds of souls have gone out from these halls. Thousands will go out from them before earth's last picture is painted. And it is good to know that our sons and our son's sons will some day come to the University that we love, and will, at this wonderful old place, come to know: "THE WAY OF HONOR- THE LIGHT OF TRUTH- THE WILL TO WORK FOR MEN." Ir 9 Qtlurks ann Claris I92 NEVENWORE No more around ye Howynge Bowie Do goods olde Friends get tulle, , rl 1' . ff It 'it jg ,H 55 ', 'i L . r?ruHrsHvvf?iF , in rr. L . ' r, Nb S552 sf W ffiffe 'N hthtwg-gt we 4? - iff' f "QYUf JW? :Qgg QW?-ga And toaste ye Dames with lovynge Names, And toss aboute ye Bulleg YS long-haired Lawe haith gummed ye Game Ye Towne is dry as Snuffe, . ET ,, iirtula-E5 JMR And merrie Souls, Beyond a Doute Do fund it hard to go withoute- Excepting Thee and lvle, Olde Scouts, Who never touched ye Stuffel N ,Q of 0 5 Q dl I U r I 1 234 Qlntks HUD QIlltl5 F921 Minor Chapter of the Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi Founded al lhe Univcrsfly of Mfclzigarl, l869. Eslablislzed, 1890 1-Qi FRATRES IN F ACULTATE WILLIAM MINOR LILE CHARLES ALFRED GRAVES RALEIGH COLSTON MINOR GEORGE BOARDMAN EAGER, JR. ARMISTEAD MASON DOBIE FRATER IN URBE MCLANE TILTON HOLLIS RINEHART, Jn. DAVID JOSEPH WOOD EDWARD PERCY RUSSELL THOMAS MURRELL EDMUNDS CHARLES DECATUR MAHOOD IRVIN GAMMON CRAIG JOHN WRIGHT APPERSON JOSEPH WILLCOX DUNN JOHN CHICHESTER MACKALL WILLIAM CLAYTON MATTHEWS TAZEWELL TAYLOR, JR. ROMULUS CULVER SMITH CHARLES EDGAR GILLIAM FRANCIS BARTOW FITE, JR. WILLIAM CLAIBORNE COUPLAND WILLIAM CURTIS BOK MEADE THOMPSON SPICER, Jn. THOMAS MUNFORD BOYD MEMBERS TODD SMITH JOHN CRISPIN WATKINS SAMUEL BROWN WITT BLACKSTONE DRUMMOND AYRES GEORGE FRANKLIN HESTER HARRY WHITEHEAD GAMBLE FRANCIS MARION WRAY ADDINELL HEWSON MICHIE . SIMON SEWARD ALEXANDER MAITLAND MAHOOD EDMUND MYERS PRESTON THOMAS HAZLEHURST MIDDLETON DIRK ADRIAN KUYK FRANK PATTERSON CHRISTIAN, Jn. JAMES WALKER STITES ECTOR SMITH LAWSON FREDERICK DEAN GOODWIN RIBBLE, JR WILLIAM TEMPLE MOSELEY THOMAS HUNTER BLANTON 1 Y 9 f' 'B ,fl 1 236 Clarks ann Qllurls 192 Thomas Jefferson Chapter of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity Founded al Chicago, Ken! School of Law, l897. Eslabllsllcrl, 1910 FRATER IN URBE ROSSER CLEVELAND FORBES HONORARY MEMBERS HoN. WILLIAM HODGES MANN HON. SAMUEL W. WILLIAMS HoN. WOODROW WILSON THEODORE SULLIVAN COX ERNEST LYNWOOD DYER CLARENCE BIRNIE JOHNSON ELWOOD FRANKLIN MELSON ACTIVE MEMBERS HENRY PRESTON MORRIS STANLEY ALLYN SUYDAM FRANK STACEY TAVENNER, AIR. STUART BARRINGER WARREN ,M ,au ' . v Q nnl oi, Q P 238 Clarks ann Qlurls 192 Robert E. Lee Senate Of the Delta Theta I Law Fraternity Founder! ai Cleveland Law School, l900. E.slaI1lI.s1Ied, 1919 YG.,-i HONORARY MEMBER JOHN I... IVICLIAURIN, United Slales Senate ACTIVE MEMBERS JAIVIES LINDSAY ALMOND, jk. GORDON BARBOUR AMBLER JULIAN DOUGLAS ARNEST HARPER BALLENTINE NORMAN WILSON BOWMAN HUGH DUNBAR CARMICHAEL WILLIAM ROBERT LEE COOK, jrz. THOMAS ST. JOHN CURTIN CLARENCE MCQUEEN DINKINS .IOI-IN SCHOCH DOWNES VVILLIAIVI HOWARD ESTES WILLIAM O. LEFTWICH THEODORE FRANCIS MCFADDEN JOHN GOODWIN MAY, JR. JAMES EDWIN MOORE JOHN JAMES MORRIS PLAYFORD ALONZO NAYLOR THOMAS NELSON PARKER MCDANIEL PURCELL JOHN CADE SHERWOOD JOHN BENJAMIN SPIERS ROBY CALVIN THOMPSON JACK FARRINGTON WHITE JOHN ALLEN WILLIAMS DWIGHT WILBUR ZUNDEL cg A ,.. Ibm .91 Q m ,ff Jr. - "' I A F 1 3 X - i. A 1 A We ' 'XX el., -X ig., AIN, 55f ,., v,,f Q, Pr? ' 2 U ,asm f, ff M ex 1 . . W gf A ., 5514, N ,X 4 K J z I Q Q , w ,qw i- GJ 240 Qllnrks ann Qturls 1921A Alpha Chapter of the Pi Mu Medical Fraternity Founded, 1892, al the Univcrsily Of Virginia FRATRES IN URBE DR. W. D. I-IADEN DR. P. B. BARRINGER FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. HALSTEAD SHIPMAN HEDGES DR. ROBERT FRENCH COMPTON DR. JOHN ALEXANDER WADDELL DR. JOSEPH LEE WRIGI-IT ACTIVE MEMBERS SELVIA OSCAR FRY NELSON WHITE SISSON RUSSELL WATSON ROBERTS GEORGE HUTCI-IESON DENNY BAYARD TAYLOR HORTON CLACK DICKINSON HOPKINS EDGAR PARMELE CARDWELL RICHARD HUCKSTEP HOLT RICHARD DULANY GILL ELLIOTT CORWITH JOLLIFF PAUL MCDOWELL PEGAU SILAS ELDRIDGE CHAMBERS LAUNCELOT MINOR BLACKFORD WILBUR MORRISON BOWMAN 'fumlr mg! Q0 W wimwwv wt "RQ, 'u w ,:WHV ' y, '1 fum, 1 242 Qlurks ann Qllurls 192 Pi Mu Chapter of the Nu Sigma Nu Medical Fraternity FRATRES IN URBE DR. HUGH NELSON DR. ISAAC ALEXANDER BIGGER, JR. FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. STEPHEN HURT WATTS DR. HALSTEAD SHIPMAN HEDGES DR. JAMES CARROLL FLIPPIN MEMBERS Class of 1921 ERNEST HAMLIN ALDERMAN FRANK ARNOLD FOX HAROLD CINTRA COX ROBERT MASSIE PAGE CARL BISHOP EDWARD MARCEILLES TENNIS Class of 1922 CHARLES BRUCE MORTON MILES PARKER OMOHUNDRO ALFRED RIVES SHANDS, JR. Class of 1923 VINCENT WILLIAM ARCHER RAY JACKSON NEFF EDWARD THURSTON BRADDING SAMUEL HARVEY RIVERS WILLIAM HENRY GLASS WILLIAM HENRY TURNLEY RICHARD GREENE WATERHOUSE, JR. Class of 1924 MAURICE STUART DOAK EDGAR HEALY ROWE, JR. LUTHER WRENTMORE KELLY WILLIS MCCOLLUM SPRINKLE FRANK CONLON PINKERTON DOUGLAS DORIOT VANCE MARION HOWELL WATSON K I -:em 1 2 M 39 r LS X11 ..... 5 .. , . f , f-.m"1.unn11'4,z- A -We 2,2 'N m 4--sex . I ff' " "'-.,zJ'f ,gm gi-I II I.. ...N If nl 244 quarks anzfezurls I9 Sigma Chapter of Phi Rho Sigma Medical Fraternity Founded alNorII11veslcrn Univcrsily, 1871. Established, 1904 A FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. JOHN HENRY NEFF DR. WILLIAM HALL GOODWIN FRATRES IN URBE DR. HENRY GRANT PRESTON DR. JOSEPH THOMAS JONES DR. JAMES NOAH GREEAR DR. RAYMOND M. SLOAN DR. XVILLIAM GRAYSON MORAN DR. JOHN BANKI-IEAD BANKS DR. HENRY BEARDEN MULHOLLAND MEMBERS Class of 1921 FRANK LLOYD FOSTER PATTON KIMBROUGH PIERCE JOHN SEWARD LAWRENCE, JR. JAMES EDWIN WOOD, JR. WILLIAM IRWIN PRICHARD Class of 1922 WALTER PAUL ADAMS ROBERT GLASS VANCE. JR. JOHN THROCKMORTON BATE. JR. CHARLES CALHOUN HEDGES CIass of 1923 ALBERT AUGUSTINE CREECY THOMAS DUCKETT JONES ROBERT BATTAILE HIDEN WILLIAM WESTON, JR. Class of 1924 ' SHEPHERD KELLAM AMES EDWARD CONWAY MAPHIS MALLORY SINCLAIR ANDREWS EDGAR MEREDITH MCPEAK HARRY LEE DENOON GEORGE PRESTON NOWLIN JOHN BUTLER FAISON I-IALL I-IOLLOWAY RATCLIFFE EDWARD HALSELL FITE BOLLING CRAIG STANLEY RICHARD SPENCER GILL WINSTON UNDERWOOD RUTLEDGE HOLCOLME HARRIS HURT CHARLES TIFFANY ST. CLAIR, JR. JOHN WALKER WRIGHT 04, - Hi 00055 0 Q Q A 00.28 '5 ,Ae .Qu X 246 Qlnrks ann Qlutls 192 Alpha Eta Chapter of Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity Founded al Wcslern Pennsylvania Medical College, 1891. EsIa1:lis11c41, 1908 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HARVEY E. JORDAN, M. D. WILLIAM EDWARD BRAY, M. D. THEODORE HOUGH, PH. D. DUDLEY C. SMITH, M. D. MEMBERS Class of 1921 WILLIAM MARCO SHEPPE MILLARD BRIDGMAN SAVAGE JOSEPH HAMILTON SMITH CHARLES LEE QUAINTANCE Class of 1922 EDVVARD JOSEPH OTTENHEIMER ISAAC LONG HARSHBARGER XVILLIAM HENRY CLAY WHITE WILLIAM JACOB NORFLEET, JR. ALBERT AUSTIN PEARRE ' Class of 1923 C-RAVEN FIELDS WINSLOW CARDWELL JACKSON STUART WALTER WEYMAN BENTON MONROE JACOB EPTING, JR. NVILLIAM BARRINGTON HUBBARD HERBERT LAMONT PUGH WILLARD GREENBERRY RAINEY RICHARD TAYLOR ERGENBRIGHT Class of 1924 FLOYD LAFAYETTE KNIGHT CHARLES HUGH ALLMAN REES MORGAN DANIEL MALLORY PRINCE WILLIAM BERNARD KEATING ASSISTANT HOUSE SURGEON DR. GEORGE BREAKER SETZLER ' CJ . 4,9 .Q ' sian , 'PB s 3Z"J.. Q 1 . x x gi ' ' . J in -ij J A li j'-, 1 f"g-:4.f,i.' 'ni 248 QEIJFIKS EIIIU QEUII5 '92 Lambda Pi Academic Fraternity Founded al the Univcrsily of Virginia, 1896 ig- FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM ALLISON KEPNER, M. A., PH. D. WILLIAM HARRISON FAULKNER, M. A., PH. D. THOMAS LEONARD WATSON, M. S., PI-I. D. RICHARD MONTGOMERY BIRD, B. A., B. S., PH. D. JAMES MORRIS PAGE, M. A., PH. D. JOHN 'LLOYD NEWCOMB, B. A., C. E. CHARLES HANCOCK, B. S. ALBERT LEFEVRE, PH. D., LL. D. WILLIAM MYNN THORNTON, LL. D. RICHARD HENRY WILSON, M. A., PH. D. RICHARD HEATH DABNEY, M. A., PH. D. WILLIAM HOLDING ECI-IOLS, B. S.. C. E. WILLIAM RICE WARREN, B. A., M. D. GRADUATE MEMBERS JAMES NOAH GREEAR, JR. A CHARLES DECATUR MAHOOD WILLIAM CLAIBORNE COUPLAND TAZEWELL TAYLOR, JR. DAVID JOSEPH WOOD EDMUND MYERS PRESTON WALTER PAUL ADAMS ROBERT EDWARD HARRISON, JR. WILLIAM TEMPLE MOSELEY WALTER JAMES BERGSTROM JOSEPH WILLCOX DUNN ALBERT AUGUSTINE CREECY ALEXANDER MAITLAND MAHOOD FRANK ROBERTSON READE VIRGINIUS DABNEY RICHARD SPENCER GILL HERMAN ELLSWORTH CRAWFORD EDXVARD HALSELL FITE MALLORY SINCLAIR ANDREWS ROBERT COLEMAN PRICE, JR. ISADORE OPPLEMAN FREDERICK BONHAM GREEAR CHRISTIAN VANDEGRIFT HOLLAND MURRAY ALDEN FOSTER ROBERT MCCARTHY BULLINGTON ACTIVE MEMBERS EDWIN CLARK HATHAWAY, JR. JOHN ALEXANDER STEWARD JOHN WILLIAM MENEFEE WILLIAM BRANDER PETTWAY JOHN STAIOE DAVIS, JR. GEORGE BELL COCHRAN WILLIAM MACKENZIE JENKINS WILLIAM FIELDS HICKSON ZACH TOMS CAMPBELL WILLIAM NEWMAN THOMAS SELLMAN HALL SAM CLAY WARD WALTER YOUNG BUROE STAIGE DAVIS BLACKFORD JAMES WILKINSON JERVEY, JR. WILLIAM MCCLITCHEON CAMP JOHN MARSHALL OTEY WILLIAM SHARPLESS WOODS JAMES HANNON HENNELLY BENJAMIN MAY BAKER. JR. JAMES MILLER JOHNSTON THOMAS KENNERLY SEXTON FRANK TALBOTT, JR. RICHARD ALEXANDER CARRINGTON CLEMENT RENKEY BUCK ALFRED BURWELL DAVIS HERBERT DABNEY DEANE CHARLES ROCERS FENWICK MATTHEW SAUNDERS GIBSON CLIFTON BERNEY CLEAVES ALAN GRAY PATTESON ALLAN BROWER GREENE NEWTON CANNON PERKINS PHILIP LIGHTFOOT SCRIJOCS JOHN RICHARD SMALL EDWIN HARRISON TOMPKINS HJJK. - 4 1 ,- .11-L.Q,1 ' 5 U I ' .......1...m.11.. .m X J N-wr-7 1' 1396 U i-. -1 ATI' f.:f,-1f1.,.,- K 250 Qllurks ann Qllurls 192 Skull and Keys Established, l9ll GRADUATE MEMBERS WILLIAM HARDY HENDREN EDWARD PERCY RUSSELL HOLLIS RINEHART, JR. JOHN ALLISON LILE THOMAS LEWIS PRESTON BERNARD PEYTON CHAMBERLAIN ROBERT BATTAILE HIDEN THOMAS HASKINS GRESHAM CHARLES LUNSFORD SAUNDERS JOHN HUME TAYLOR JAMES MORRIS PAGE, JR. CHARLES EDGAR GILLIAM CUTHBERT TUNSTALL EDWARD GULAGER FENWICK JOHN HOSACK KOCH RICHARD EPPES SHANDS GEORGE READ MARTIN HARRY WHITEHEAD GAMBLE DIRK ADRIAN KUYK JOSEPH DOUGLAS DEAL THOMAS MUNFORD BOYD GEORGE KING SHANDS DAVID HENRY JARVIS SIMON SENVARD CHARLES TALBOTT YOUNG FRANCIS HENRY HARRISON ALFRED RIVES SHANDS RICHARD LEE WILLIS LAU NCELOT MINOR BLACKFORD ACTIVE MEMBERS MARTIN ROSS BAKER CARY STEWART SHEILD RUSSELL PARRISH ALFRED PEYTON JENKINS JOHN HENRY DAVIDSON RICHARD WALKE BYRD WILLIAM NICKELS ALBERT STRAYER KEMPER WILLIAM MINOR SMITH ALEXANDER PARKER GATES JOHN TRACY BAXTER JUNIUS IRVINC SCALES JAMES COUSAR DUNLAP HATCHER POWELL SEWARD JOHN FRANCIS CLARK, JR. JOHN DRAYTON DEPEW HENRY CRADY BLACK HARRY GLENN KAMINER HENRY DAVIS MCHENRY SAMUEL DOUGLAS CAMPBELL JOHN M. STAUFFER, JR. BOGART ASHTON PRETLOW ALBERT SIDNEY KNOWLES WILLIAM ALCER BROWN BEN THOMAS PITz-HuCH WILLIAM DODSON MCCLELLAN JOHN TWOI-IY HORRY FROST PRIOLEAU SUMMERFIELD KEY JOHNSTON JAMES DONNELL TILGI-IMAN CHARLES ANDERSON FERGUSON CHARLES VENABLE MINOR WINBORNE TERRY JENKINS EDWARD MORTIMER PARRISI-I ROBERT RANDOLPH PARRISH ROBERT ALLEN GIBBONS XVILLIAM COWELL STEPHENSON MARION PATRICK MACGILL FREDERICK RUSSELL WESTCOTT GEORGE FONTAINE WEYMAN CHARLES SKINKER VALENTINE THOMAS KIRK PARRISH GESSNER HARRISON ECHOLS NATHANIEL ROYSTER ROYALL. JR RANDOLPH FITZHUGH CARROLL WILLIAM CHANDLER CHAMBERLAIN CEYLON BULLARD FRAZER BERTRAM CAMPBELL CLEAVE WILLIAM MILLER GAMMON EDWARD WELLFORD WITHERS FRANK HASTINGS MORTIMER VVILLIAM BEALL TAYLOR CLAUDE BELLINGER NORTHROP I-IOMER LENOIR FERGUSON, JR. 1 ' f mx xi Q , ,' A u 1 f 1' 15Nxfgfggp f 31, L R L C Cc. 5 A QQQCEQAA .X x X ,,.. . va' ' S s ' .Q 'QB ' AW ' 'I 9 E IJ Q? 252 Quads ann curls '92 I IH C93 Epsilon Engineering Society Founded al llle Universfly of Virginia, 1920 MEMBERS JAMES TINSLEY ALSOP BENTON BROOKS OWEN EDWARD FRANKLIN BLAKE JOHN PARKE CUSTIS PETER ROBERT ADAMS BROWN JOI-IN MILLER PORTER JAMES O'REILLY COLEMAN ELLIOTT PRESTON GEORGE EDWARD CLARK HAYNES GRAHAM PRESTON GEORGE PETERKIN GAMBLE BEAUFORT SELDEN RAGLAND GEORGE LEROY GOUDY WILLIAM MINOR SMITH CLARENCE ROLAND GROVES CHARLES LUNSFORD SAUNDERS CHRISTIAN VANDEGRIFT HOLLAND GEORGE KING SHANDS PERCY COLEMAN KUHN RALPH MCCOY TRIMBLE MARION HEWETT MORGAN I EARL HAMPTON VIA KENNETH SEWELL WINGFIELD DAWSON'S ROW HOLSINGER 254 Qlurks ann Qlurls 1921 Philip Alexander Bruce N the selection of Dr. Philip Alexander Bruce to write the Centennial Z History of the University of Virginia, the General Alumni Association made a wise choice. l-le is a man eminently fitted to enter into the spirit of the work, and to interpret the first hundred years of the University from the point of view of an alumnus who is thoroughly acquainted with the traditions and ideals of the place. The son of a distinguished old Virginia family, he was born in Charlotte county, March 7, l856. I-lis father was a tobacco planter on an extensive scale. The boy's early life on a Virginia plantation gave him a first hand knowledge of conditions that were later to form the basis of some of his literary works. In 1875, he graduated from the University of Virginia, where he specialized in history and literature. Four years later he graduated from the Harvard Law School. Dr. Bruce has devoted his life to the study of various phases of this com- monwealth. l-lis works include a "Social," an "Institutional," and an "Eco- nomic" portrayal of the "l-listory of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century," an 'invaluable series, "The Plantation Negro as a Freemanvg "A Life of General l..ee"g and "The Rise of the New South." Upon his selection to write the Centennial History of the University of Vir- ginia, Dr. Bruce moved here from Norfolk in january, l9l 7, and has given up his entire time since then? to a diligent and exhaustive research for material on which to base his history. The sources from which he has drawn are numerous and the result is a live volume history which is a "sympathetic biography" of the institution he loves. Nine well delined periods in the life of the University have been clearly chronicled and interpreted, each succeeding period being conceived as the fur- ther "l..engthened Shadow of One Man." There is no truer example of devo- tion to one's Alma Mater than has been given us by Dr. Bruce, who has dedi- cated four years of his life to the writing of Virginia's Centennial History. The work is excellently done and it is a true birthday gift, having been written without remuneration, save that of the satisfaction of a task well done. PHILIP ALEXANDER BRUCE Qlnrks ann Qlurls 192 "Come Le Rose" fFrom the Italian, "Come le rose d'Aprile le gioie d'amorc son morte per mc." Alas, that Spring should vanish with the rose, That Youth's sweet-scented manuscript should close." -lei Once again are the roses in flower 'Neath the gentle caress of the sun, While the butterflies flit 'round the bower, And the Springtime of love is begun. But these roses no longer resemble Those which blossomed one season for theeg Then their perfume set pulses atremlvle, But they hold no more fragrance for me. Ah! Now thy dear voice enlreating Calls nevermore to my hearty As April rose leaves are fleeting So fade out Life's joys, since the Fates bid us part! As in dreams their rare perfume appealing Ever thrills me with love as before, So thy still rarer loveliness stealing Will in dreams haunt my soul evermore. Though the hours of waking, tormenting, Bring me naught but the longing regret, Comes the night, ever kinder, relentingg Lives and loves one I cannot forget! Ah! Now thy dear voice entreating Calls nevermore to my heart,- As April rose leaves are fleeting So fade out Life's joys, since the Fates bid us part! Gao. B. EAGER, JR. 'vl- MARY D. GORDON 258 Qlurks ann Qlurls 192 Art F or countless ages have the painters tried To give the world a rnasterlvorlf of art, Yet one by one have crept away and died Unsatisjiecl and unrelieveci at' heart. Yet sunbeams in my lady'sW room each morn Upon the mirror's glistening canvas trace A picture glorious as the tinted dawn, The changing wonder of her lovely face. CHAS. L. Russ, JR. IEE ull! HULSINGI-:R NEW BIOLOGY BUILDING wzf cures ann Qiurls 26' fem t" ig ,5 58 el if Q - at -a t-5 232 'flew' 5-31 :01 "J - I af , ::Au. 55 1. E A ' O 0 " V -..- . . 5 - .. -ee --v-- " - kv: X The QW afsgejtwft P 3 WAS a lazy afternoon of May, such as only Lambeth Field knows. The Sta- dium, with its pillars-tall, white taciturn mementoes of a bygone classic age- was wreathed in shimmering heat waves, through which one beheld the terraced seals packed with the youth of Virginia and forty-seven other states and eight countries, watching the Orange and Blue warriors in combat with the foe upon the green and white baseball 'diamond far below: and from the terraced seats one saw, beyond the Chesapeake St Ohio tracks, a vast slumbering vista, stretching many leagues to the very feet of the distant Blue Ridge, where the picture ended with a volumino-us frame of hazy cirro-cumulus clouds. A deeper haze, more autumnal than vernal, seemed to exhale from the blurred blue sides of the far-off mountains, and it pervaded the broken landscape, and invaded the field itself: and with it, a soft breeze, rustling through the wall of green fringing the cinder track, brought a modicum of freshness to the lethargic amphi- theatreg and the gentle humming of a lone bee, droning its airy route from the red-capped pillars into the clear blue above, was accompanied by the mournful note of a far-away dove, grieving for its mateg the which sounds cut into the stillness like a sword and smote heavily the ears of the throng gazing upon the combatting athletes below. The humming and cooing became fainter and fainter, and lapsed into nothingness-a memory of disso- nance: and silence returned. Suddenly there was a quick deafening crash-as of metal in crushing impact against concrete. The short report reverberated throughout the Stadium with instant and terri- fying swiftness. Players and spectators alike were frozen into tenseness-into rigidity. Then, as in all moments of stress, as in all crises, a natural born leader took the situa- tion in hand. I-larry Compton arose. "Calm yourselves, ladies and gentlemen," he cried, in a voice that shattered the recur- ring silence like the rattle of a machine-gun. "It's all right. A gentleman behind me merely dropped a pin." I 2 J foreign -if f W TT? itttrfifdfi 'ie 'f-Sci-'if Llsi-M.. 262 Ql1lJtk5 HUD QIQIIYIS l92l On Lambeth Field To W. E. W.. JR. lf- When the first frost invades the Lawn and Ranges, and the Row Begins to shiver with chill dreams of distant winter snow, There is a seat on Lambeth Field to which 1 love to go. 1 love to go there every day to' loaf and smoke and dream, To let the Blue Ridge soothe my mind with its soft color scheme, The while I watch the men below me grow into a team. Ah, every time I see them punt or tackle, run or fall, I think me of one man I knew-the nearest friend of all The friends I had in those dear days when we two played football. 1 remember the first day he twisted his way to fame- He shook them of for sixty yards and won the big home game! But, tho' I always was a scrub, his friendship stayed the same. He made the team in all he did and, O, his star stood high! Success was his and love was his-which makes me wonder why Cod let me come home whole from France and left him there to die. So I find pleasure on the steps and while the hours away In drifting aimless from such scenes to-day to yesterday- And oftentimes, tho' I count naught, in silence there 1 pray: Ah, may the Head Coach of All Teams give us till judgment dawn On Lambeth Field a breed of men so clean of heart and brawn Their friendship will outlive the fame of Range and Row and Lawn! CHAS. EDGAR GILLIAM. Q ? 264 Qlurks ann Qlurls 192 ,lik E15 5- 'E HH, .,.,.,..., ...,.,., , . ln . ., ' yr Iv - .f -p w-1 . , ,..,- stu mana .1 Eg .- I ' -. ,' . , - TIIIINMIIITHIIIE f '-377 -2 'i in Gi ,-.Ni 11 1- '- '. 'L E ' EFS 'Ig H uEmwmu"".E gvfzqz' X ,'. ' -.3 - Q' E V- EIHI IFE FCEF'-' Q . S iii' R 2- ::" - : -' --':1'1. m J -' .f 1' Ln: Ls' 15 , J' i El- H 3 - "N"5:f" 'L 49' WA' I-ffbx-2-1 . - . -:F ii,.:s1f ff:aaWL11E f 1-. '-'S-we ,- F. ..-,-,....- Ad A, ,E EG, ,x I , -, -, .1. ,. , 1,5 .xml viii' --15 5559 Q' . -H :.."il,5. k t .L 1::::4,L I ., In ,- j 2.-..g n '...'.. ,W iflf-':' , . ' .1 V .. .. . . .. r ,gy A :qi .mn ,,f. :,.,,, A b .2 V' 1- 4 1 I rm 0 -. , alfa. K -8 1 . X ,x T ' 4 J, f, .ffl A fn. r "'415x'1" mx 1 Mr U A -J" yr, L-0.4. OFFICERS TAZEWELL TAYLOR, JR. ........ ........,... . CHARLES DECATUR MAHOOD ..... . . .............. Presirlenl . . . . Vice Presfdenl and Sccrelary RANDOLPH M. BALTHIS, . . . . . ....,........ Trcasurcf EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TAZEWELL TAYLOR, JR. CHARLES FREDERICK GOODWYN KUYK CHARLES DECATUR MAHOOD JOHN ALEXANDER STEWARD EDWARD PERCY RUSSELL ALBERT LEFEVRE WILLIAM ALEXANDER LAMBETH G. A. A. BOARD S'r:wAnn Kuvn Dn. Llrzvnz TAvLon, President Russsu. DR. LAMBETH 266 QEIJIIQS ann Qlurls 1921 U U r M I 1 .. hfFM' I 'f IIIIJIIIH : EAN Qs or Emi 5415 an ADDINELL HEWSON MICHIE HOLLIS RINEHART, JR. LANGDON FLEMING HANKINS JOHN FRANCIS CLARK, JR. JOHN ALEXANDER STEWARD THOMAS SELLMAN HALL WILLIAM FELTON MCCONNELL CHARLES AUBREY RAY GEORGE SCOTT SHACKELFORD, Jn. CHARLES ROGERS FENWICK CAMPBELL WILLIAM NEWMAN N , lm? RICHARD ALEXANDER CARRINGTON. Jn. SAMUEL BROWN WITT ISADORE OPPLEMAN EDWARD PERCY RUSSELL JOSEPH WILLCOX DUNN DWIGHT WILBUR ZUNDEL IRVIN GAMMON CRAIG CHARLES FREDERICK GOODWYN KUYK WILLIAM BAKER MCGOWAN DIRK ADRIAN KUYK DAVID JOSEPH WOOD BASKET-BALL ROBERT VANCE HATCHER LANGDON FLEMING HANKINS WILLIAM BRANDER PETTWAY JOSEPH WILLCOX DUNN EARL HAMPTON VIA DIRK ADRIAN KUYK CHARLES DECATUR MAHOOD WILLIAM IRWIN PRICHARD JOSEPH WILLCOX DUNN ROBERT EDWARD HARRISON VINCENT WILLIAM ARCHER SIMON SEWARD MARTIN ROSS BAKER CAMPBELL WILLIAM NEWMAN BASEBALL WILLIAM BRANDER PETTWAY ROBERT GLASS VANCE, Jn. TAZEWELL TAYLOR, Jn. CHARLES FREDERICK GOODWYN KUYK ASBURY HULL HODGSON TRACK BERNARD PEYTON CHAMBERLAIN KINLOCH NELSON YELLOTT ALFRED RIVES SHANDS ALLAN BROWER GREENE ROSWELL EMORY ROUND CROSS COUNTRY "cVc" ALFRED RIVES SHANDS ALLAN BROWER GREENE MARSHALL TOPPIN BOHANNON THOMAS EDWARD WILSON GEORGE KING SHANDS KINLOCH NELSON YELLOTT FRED TERRELL ALFRED BURWELL DAVIS f 1-g.332f:- .' . fIr.iy,Pb,g."3i . . 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' ' A 1 ,Q-!. 1-.fx 3,5 : lay fi " . ,.5.:::sg:f::-. f., . A . 4 xt. J , ' . , R1 fe , , ' i --Luigi M ..g.'Z3gf:ZE1?T:i5" ' -,gf , ' ' ' fs::1:Qs:1- , , '1 f?x. ,,.,g , "Sb , ' 'j P, If H "Q , I - S512-1 V9 7" V 323357-. 'fi- A .qu f-' fr ' I ,f 'cr-mr,-12? ' f'f1,4,r ,' .' ns r' X If v ' X! xx K 1 gh V--.so xx 5-'I . Ss- 1' . ,Q ' fWsf'S"g13Q'f 268 Qlurks Huh Qliurls 192' CAPTAIN IVIICHIE Football, 1920 ....,T, A. HEWSON MICHIE ......... EDWIN C. HATHAWAY ..... ROBERT M. BULLINGTON .... J. IRVING SCALES ..,........ ALFRED B. DAVIS ........ PERCY B. RUSSELL ...... DR. W. RICE WARREN ..... VVILLIAM B. MCGOWAN ..... C. F. GOODWIN KUYK .... H. H. LANNIGAN ........ DR. W. A. LAIVIBETH ..... TEAM LANGDON F. HANKINS.. ......... Center . . .Guard CHARLES R. FENWICK .......... J. ALEXANDER STEWARD ...... JOHN F. CLARK, JR. ........... . . Guard .Guard THOMAS S. HALL ................ Tackle W. FELTON IVICCONNELL ........ Tackle C. AUBREY RAY ................. Tackle GEORGE S. SHACKELFORD, JR.. .Tackle .........Caplaln . .Manager Assislanl Manager Assislanl Manager .Adjuncl Manager .A aijuncl Manager .....Head Coach A ssislanl Conch . .Assislarii Coach ..........Tramer Medical Advisor A. I-IEWSON MICI-IIE ........ ..... E. ncl CAMPBELL W. NEWMAN ........... End RICHARD A. CARRINGTON, JR..Quarler SAMUEL B. WITT ...... ......... Q uarler HOLLIS RINEHART, JR. ....... Half ISADORE OPPLEMAN ........ Half EDWARD P. RUSSELL ........ I-Ialf J. WILLCOX DUNN .... D. WILBUR ZUNDEL ........... Full Back Virginia Virginia Virginia . . Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia SCORES ....27 ....65 6 I4 .. 7 .. 0 .. 0 .. 7 I4 William and Mary .... Randolph-Macon .... V. M. I. ...... . Johns-Hopkins .. Rutgers .... Harvarcl Georgia ...... Vanderbilt North Carolina . ....Full Baclc Back Back Back ..O ..O 22 ..O O ....24 .. 0 .. 7 .. 0 nonsrxosn FOOTBALL TEAM, 1920 SCALES HATHAWAY, Manager BuLLlNG'rou I DAvls Wrrr Fsnwlcx CARRINGTON RUSSELL , ZUNDEL Snncnsuonb Dunn Dn. WARREN, Coach HALL OPPLEMAM Hunnius MCCONNELL MICHIE, Captain S1'EwAnu RINEHART NEWMAH CLARK Honsixax-:R FOOTBALL SQUAD, 1920 Vlrglnia Completes Forward Pass i'0I'YRlHllT Ill' Unnmnvmm JL UNDISIIIWOOD NEW YORK VIRGINIA-HARVARD GAME L " 1 ! 1 1 1 I 1 , 1 I 1 I I I l I wp XA A f X . A ff ff 1 'KKK 1 1 , 7 . XQN my v NN . wif' K x : "g?i3Nf4 K QA gk hx .ag- 1. - 1 - QQ W f" 'e1?'F'x l ,:-:4g42m-- ' al T' "-- 1 ,'-4 -xv' JF" 1 j f i v 1555353 1 . .mfiliiig ' ' 2 1 . , . , ,Q 11.31 " 'V " '1' n:'f'f" -' ' w:-3.-z-f . .-.. , we-:1:1:1:1:2:-. .'E57:5:':f2:f:Z', 5515152 ff 1 5 ' , A i :Gr-X ga 1 . 14: .E 5 2 I fr: f .c 0 Q x 274 Qllutks ann Qlurls 1921 CAPTAIN Mmioon Baseball 1921 WALTER BERGSTROM fresignedj ..... WILLIAM MENEFEE, IR. ............. . WILLIAM I-I. HENDREN .... GEORGE E. I-IESTER ....., WILLIAM M. CAMP ..... JOSEPH D. DEAL ...... W. RICE WARREN ..., ........ H. H. LANNIGAN ...................... TEAM, 1920 C. F. G. KUYK ......... ............... J. WILLCOX DUNN .... I-I. L. HOUT .......... M. BURNETT, JR.. . .. D. A. KUYK ............................. W. G. MORAN. .. C. D. MAHOOD.. W. B. PETTWAY ............ TAZEWELL TAY R. E. HARRISON, A. H. HODGSON. Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . Virginia . LOR, JR ..... JR. ...... . SCORES, 1920 I Maryland Stale .. ....4 Cornell ....3 Yale 5 Lafayelle . 2 Amherst .. 0 Amherst .. 0 Georgia 5 Georgia 4 Norlll Carolina 7 'SI.J0l'll'lS...... 9 Johns Hoplcins . ....2 Harvard ....l Auburn ....0 Auburn 8 Norlli Carolina 8 Soulli Carolina. I Princeton ....I Yale 4 .... Amherst .. .. .. . . , .Manager ...,..... Manager Assisfanl Manager Assislanl Manager ... .Adjuncl Manager .Adjuncl Manager ....-..-..COUC,l . . . . . Trainer . . . .Catcher ... . .Second Base . . . . .Scconcl Base .. . .Short Slap . . . . Third Base .... . .Lcfl Field .... Center Field . ...,Right Field .. . . . .Pilcher ... . . .Pilclier ... . .Pilcher 3 7 0 I 4 2 4 4 3 4 4 ....2 ...,O ....4 ..,.7 ....3 ....8 ....0 ....3 IIOLSINGER BASEBALL TEAM , 1920 D. KUVK SLOAN, Manager DUNN Momm G. KUVK P:1'1'wAv Bsncsfnom Hour HARRISON TAvLoR MAHoon, Captain BAUGHNIAN Honason 276 QI U IIIK HUD QIIIIIS 1921 March April May Baseball Schedule 24-Delaware ............ 25-Princeton fclouble headerj -QT- 1921 .....l-lome 26-Johns Hopkins ........... 28-Holy Cross ........... 29-Penn State .... 3 l -B rown .... l -Dartmouth .......... 2-North Carolina ........ 5-University of Richmond . . 7-Cornell .............. 8-Cornell ............ l l-Williams ...,...... I3-William and Mary .... I6-V. M. I. ......... . 20-Auburn ..... Zl-Auburn ...... 23-North Carolina . . 25-North Carolina . . 2 7 -Oglethorpe .... 28-Oglethorpe .... 30-Johns Hopkins . . 2-Vanderbilt .... 4-Navy ...... 5-Pennsylvania 6-Syracuse . . 7-Yale . . . ....l-lome ....l-lome ....l-lome ..,..Home .....l-lome .....l-lome ....l-lome .,..l-lome .....Home .....l-lome .....l-lome ....l-lome .....l-lome ....l-lome ......l-lome . Greensboro Chapel Hill ......l-lome .....Home . . Baltimore ......I-'lome . .Annapolis Philadelphia . . .Syracuse New Haven 278 Qlnrks ann Ennis. 1921 ' Track lo- 1921 VINCENT W. ARCHER .... ...... MORTON BOYD ...... HOMER L. FERGUSON, VIRGINIUS DABNEY.. H. H. LANNIGAN ..... TEAM, 1920 G. A. WILSON, Captain V. W. ARCHER JACK RINEHART M. R. BAKER . f 'I " . SIMON si-:WARD C. W. NEWMAN B. P. CHAMBERLAIN O. R. DAVIS CAPTAIN Ancnzn A' R' SH RECORD, 1920 April I7, I920.-Dual meet at Annapolis, Virginia, 63, Navy, 45. ANDS A. B. . . ..... Caplain . .......... Manager JR.. . . .... Assislanl Manager Assislanl Manager .......Cnach R. FIELD W. A. H. GANTT K. N. YELLOTT L. C. BRAND GREENE April 24, I920.-Triangular meet at Virginia: Virginia, 76, North Carolina, 27: V. M. I., 23. May 2, I920.-S. A. I. A. A. meet at Blacksburg: Virginia, 82, V. P. I., 381-2, Washington and Lee, 31 I-2, North Carolina, 29, Johns Hopkins, 17, Catholic University, 8. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM, 1920 ALFRED R. SHANDS .......................................... ..... C aplafn MORTON BOYD ...... ................ M anagar H. H. LANNIGAN .........,....... .................... C oach A. R. SI-IANDS T. E.. WILSON IVI. T. BOHANNON A. B. GREENE FRED TERRELL K. N. YELLOTT G. K. SI-IANDS RECORD, 1920 November 6, I920.-Dual meet at Virginiag Princeton, I5, Virginia, 50. November I4, l920.-S. A. I. A. A. meet at Virginia, Virginia, 25, Washington and Lee, 399 Johns Hopkins, 64, Maryland, I02. L '- . ' .:, uonsmasn TRACK SQUAD, 1921 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM LANNIGAN, Coach Bonmmou R. E. Sununs Wn.son A. R. SNANDS YELLo'rr G. K. Smxuns TERRELL GREENE Bova, Manager J 282 QI U rks ann Qlurls 1921 AN CAPTAIN Hncnzn T. K. SEXTON I. OPPLE Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia MAN Basket-Ball ROBERT V. HATCHER. JOHN H. TAYLOR ..... -lo- NATHAN R. ROYAL, ja. .... JOHN C. WATKINS ..... WILLIAM B. BALDWIN CHALMERS WILLS .... HENRY H. LANNIGAN. .. . .Caplain . . .. . . . .Manager .Assislanl Manager Assistant Manager Adfuncl Manager Adjuncl Manager ...........Coach ROBERT V. HATCHER .......... Forward TEAM .....Cenler ...............Guard R.A.CARRlNG'I'ON... L. F. HANKINS .... .............. G uard SCORES 46 Hampden-Sidney 44 ....33 ....46 ....5I ....60 ....26 ....47 I7 ....30 ....50 ....35 ....34 I5 South Caroiina ......... University of Richmond . .. William and Mary .... Ciladei ............ Elon ............ North Carolina .. Davidson ....... Navy ............ George Washinglon .. SI. Johns ......,.. Wake Forest . .. Trinity .... V. M. I. . . . . .Forward I0 .. 9 I5 I5 I5 I0 ....28 ....23 ....3O ....23 ....20 I3 I5 ....3I ll lf' nonsmcmn BASKET-BALL TEAM RQVALL TAVLOR, Manager WATKINS LANNIGAN, Coach HALL ScoLNlcK NEWMAN TALBo'r1' . GAMMQN Enmunns Mnnoon OPPLEMAN HA1'cNEn, Captain SEx1'oN CAHRINGTON 192' Qlnrks anti 6111111515 285 MEVIE W OF YEAH 1 . l , i ,,f'fM77v 1 If 2 W I - 'fl' Y!llfll'uI'gllll'-fgcggig ill A , q 4 g Zwfff v Q cs ,V 'll' ii xx' V' YV .lui -- ra 'slug U .ml,ll.ltu5F 'Ii W i 451 A i lube .5 ,. REVIEW of the season of l920-2l would indicate that Virginia is once more assuming her place of prominence in the field of inter- collegiate athletics. It will be admitted that the war caused a tre- mendous setback in the University's athletics, and whereas the season of I9 l9-Z0 was more or less of a reconstructive period, it served to mold a firm foundation that paved the way for the success of the teams which followed. The opening of the University in September, l9Z0, marked the return of the professional coaching system for Virginia's teams, with Dr. William Rice Warren, an alumnus and former gridiron star, at the helm of the University's athletics. His success with the football team can be attested by the team's record of only two defeats out of the nine games played, and these only at the hands of two of the strongest elevens of the year, Harvard and V. M. I. The games with Georgia and Vanderbilt resulted in ties, while Randolph-Macon, William and Mary, Johns Hopkins, Rutgers and Carolina had their colors trailed in the dust. The First Year team, although not as strong as the team of I9 I9, also enjoyed a successful season. ln basket-ball, the team, at this writing, has won eleven out of the fourteen games played, with several more games on the schedule. The First Year quintet, however, seems to have tasted defeat quite frequently. Returning again to the year of l920, the reviewer finds Virginia with one 286 alarm ann curls 192'- of the best track teams in her history. The Navy was defeated in a dual meet. Carolina and V. lVl. I. fared likewise in a triangular meet, and the South Atlantic championship was captured in an easy fashion at Blacksburg. Three Virginia records were broken, the two mile by Brand, the javelin by Davis, and the high jump by Archer. The First Year team also won both of its meets in great style. The baseball team of I920 enjoyed a season marked by eleven victories, seven defeats, and one tie. A tie with Harvard fin what should have resulted in a Virginia victory, and two triumphs over Yale were the outstanding fea- tures of the season. In the minor sports, the Cross Country team won the South Atlantic cham- pionship. Tennis has also been recognized as a minor sport for which the teams will receive the iiTVT." A successful season is predicted. The Boxing and Wrestling teams have a large number of devotees with heavy schedules this spring. A few days before this writing the General Athletic Association Board received the resignations of Drs. Lambeth and Lefevre from that body. No reasons were given for this action which came as a surprise to every one. Both of these members of the Faculty have rendered valuable service to the Cen- eral Athletic Association, and towards the uplifting of the standards of inter- collegiate athletics in general. They will continue to serve on the Faculty Committee on Athletics. Their places on the General Athletic Association Board have not as yet been filled. Prospects for a new gymnasium received a decided impetus by the recent inauguration of a campaign among the student body to raise funds for the erec- tion of the building. The campaign is to last for a week, and the workers expect to reach every man in college. Save "two dopes and a war tax each day" is the prevalent slogan of the campaign, and it is hoped that the ground for the new building will be broken at the Centennial in june. iff. -Nm J if ,. -e llilllllw ' "F I. .M 1 G Quia . f Q a ., '1 t 1' , zff' lt ' N l , - Q , '. .Q A" QW'-' K in Q 'W W g I ' J M X-' , gf -'Ea W- f J f W.. -" rams. t 192' Qllurks ann Qllurls ,287 L t 5 gs O 0 QQ f 'si' ' . ,w',"r' , Lj Gr5gGlf'Qf:H,g W V ,dit-k.Li"ff " 1111! r 'tfizcitfll f ll X, 'tn , K , 3 f ' K sx X' N 'aber Football The opening of the 1920 football season found Virginia's gridiron aspira- tions far more likely to be fulfilled than in the previous year of l9l9. This was due to the fact that nine "V" men had returned to college, and, also that a professional coach, in the person of Dr. Rice Warren, a former Virginia star, had been placed in charge of the Orange and Blue eleven. The strong l9l9 First Year team furnished a wealth of material for the squad, and when Coach Warren issued his call for candidates, over a hundred men responded. The first game of the season, with William and Mary, gave the Varsity very little trouble, and but for the fact that Coach Warren entered many of his substitutes, the score would probably have been larger than 27 to 0. Virginia's line proved to be impregnable, the visitors being unable to register but one lirst down, while the backfielcl tore off long gains at will. On the following Saturday the Orange and Blue indulged in what proved to be hardly more than a practice affair, and smothered the light Randolph- Macon team by a 65 to 0 score. Rinehart and Russell contributed many long runs, the former making three touchdowns. The V. M. I. aggregation next came to Virginia with one of the fastest and best drilled teams in the history of that institution, and took the large end of a Z2 to 6 count in a hard fought battle. The Cadets rolled up their entire score during the first half of the game. A recovered fumble gave them one touchdown, while the other two were the result of their long and well executed forward passes. In the second half, Virginia staged a remarkable comeback, and on two occasions carried the ball the entire length of the field to within the shadow of the goal posts, only to lose it on fumbles. In the final period Kirk Parrish broke away for a forty-yard run through the entire V. Nl. I. team, 233 Qturks HUD QIIIBIS 1921 and carried the ball to within a yard of the goal line, where Dunn took it over for Virginia's only score. Leech, V. M. I.'s veteran star, gave a beautiful exhibition of broken field running, while Rinehart bore the brunt of Virginia's attack. On its first trip of the season the team scored a comeback, and trounced Johns Hopkins, in Baltimore, to the tune of I4 to 0. The game was devoid of features, the Marylanders being unable to register a single first down. The Orange and Blue eleven did not show its real strength, and should have rolled up a larger score. Rinehart was the most consistent ground gainer for Vir- ginia, while lVlichie's tackling was hard and deadly. Oppleman and Zundel scored the Varsity's touchdowns. The team next journeyed to Rutgers, and handed Sanford's powerful aggregation a 7 to 0 defeat. Virginia's line was outweighed by over fifteen pounds to the man, but it proved to be a stonewall on the defense, and time after time threw the heavy Scarlet backs for losses in their vain attempts to find an opening. Rutgers made only three first downs during the game, while Virginia's backfield made long and frequent gains. Virginia's aerial attack proved to be highly successful, and enabled the team to score in the second quarter, as the result of a pass from Witt to Rinehart. Rinehart was easily the star of the game, and made several pretty broken field runs. Witt ran the team well at quarter, while Michie and Newman did effective work on the flanks. On its third successive trip Virginia held the powerful Harvard eleven to the score of 24 to 0, and until the last few minutes of play had allowed the Crimson to score only one touchdown and a field goal. The defensive work of the line repeatedly forced Harvard to punt, and during the second and third periods the Crimson found itself outplayed, with Virginia threatening to do some scoring of its own. In the second period the Varsity, on three occasions, had the ball within scoring distance, but once lost the ball on a fumble, and again on an intercepted pass, and finally when Harvard blocked Russell's attempt for a field goal. Zundel was the only backfield man to play the entire game, and did sensational work, both on the offense and defense. Rinehart, Russell, Witt and Hall also played well. As in the Rutgers' game, Virginia's passes proved to be very successful, and much ground was gained by the aerial route. Returning again to the home grounds, the Varsity next turned its attention to its Southern opponents, and a week after the Harvard game faced the strong Georgia team. The Crackers had, during the previous week, defeated the 1921 Qtlurks ann Qlurls 289 powerful Auburn eleven, andicame here fully expectant of defeating Virginia by at least two touchdowns. The game, which proved to be- one of the most hard fought and interesting ever witnessed on Lambeth Field, ended in a scoreless tie, with both teams on the verge of exhaustion. Neither eleven was able to use the forward pass to any advantage, and relied mainly on straight football, the powerful defensive work forcing frequent punts. Russell's two attempts at field goals were smothered by the Georgians. Captain Michie carried off the honors for Virginia by his splendid playing in the line, breaking up play after play with great proficiency. Newman, on the other end, also played havoc with the Red and Black runners. Russell, Rinehart and Zundel backed up the line in great style, while Cheeves and Hartley, in the backfield, and Day and Reynolds in the line, played the best for Georgia. Suffering from an attack of over confidence, the Varsity enabled Vander- bilt to enjoy a 7 to 7 tie, in a game which was expected to be a Virginia victory. Vandy scored in the first few minutes of play as a result of their long passes. In the second period, Rinehart broke away for a forty-yard run for Virginia's only score. During the second half the Commodores were outplayed, but the Varsity was unable to take the ball across, and was threatening to score when the whistle blew. Rinehart played the stellar role for Virginia, with Oppleman and Dunn also taking a share of the honors. Steward, Hall and Michie were towers of strength in the line, while Berryhill and Neely starred for the Com- modores. On Thanksgiving Day Virginia avenged its defeat of the previous year by downing its ancient rival, North Carolina, by the score of I4 to 0. Lambeth Field was filled to overflowing by a record breaking crowd, the game being witnessed by Governor Westmoreland Davis, Senator Carter Glass, and many other notables. The contest was not a spectacular one, but was hard fought throughout. The Varsity made its first score in the second quarter when New- man recovered a fumble far down in Carolina's territory. Two substantial gains by Oppleman brought the ball to the three yard line, where Witt took it over. Rinehart made the other touchdown in the final period on an off-tackle play. For Virginia, Oppleman played the best game of his career, and was easily the star of the game. He started at his new position at right half, and was not only the most consistent ground gainer on either team, but also put up a magnificent defensive game. Michie and Hall also played well. For the Tarheels, Lowe featured at quarter, while Jacobi and Shepherd put up the best fight in the line. The results of the season indicate that Virginia is once more resuming her 290 Qlurks ann Qlurls 1921 place in the front rank of Southern football circles, and with the expected return to college of almost the entire 1920 team, and with Rinehart as captain, a successful season is predicted for the fall of l92 l . f Fix. rflifafg r g at X,, 'Lf ,rf Baseball Prospects for a winning team for l9Zl are bright. Although handicapped by the loss of such star performers as lVlahood, G. Kuylc and Moran, this year's team, with several letter men as a nucleus, should prove equal to those turned out in former years. The members of last year's First Year team should also aid materially in making the season of l92l a successful one. The team of l92O closed the season with eleven victories, seven defeats and one tie. When we take into consideration the fact that the schedule was per- haps the most pretentious ever attempted by the Orange and Blue, we feel safe in making the assertion that this record is one of which her followers may well be proud. Eppa Rixey, star slabman of the "Phillies," spent two weeks in coaching the pitchers, and after his departure the team was gradually whipped into shape under the supervision of l-larry Spratt and W. W. Clark, both former profes- sional ball players. Towards the end of the season the team was entrusted to "Billo" Pritchard who had resigned the captaincy because of his studies. Inability to hit was responsible for the loss of several of the games at the first of the season. Time after time, when Virginia runners crowded the sacks, they were left stranded by the failure of the batsman to deliver the much needed bingle. This inability to come through at the critical moment, coupled with some- 192' Qllurks anti QTLurI5 291, wlgt erratic fielding, was mainly responsible for the comparatively poor show- ing made in some of the earlier games. After dropping games to Maryland State and Cornell the team showed a complete reversal of form, and Old Eli was humbled to the tune of 3 to Ol With Taylor on the mound for the locals the Yale offensive was powerless and only one lone single was gathered off his delivery. He was given perfect sup- port, Burnett's fielding at short being especially good. Lafayette was given the short end of a 5 to l count and it seemed as if the team had struck its stride, but two defeats were administered by Amherst and another by Georgia before the team was able to register a victory. In the second Georgia game Virginia finally won out in the tenth inning when Satter- field lost control. Georgia was leading by a run when we came to bat. An error, a wild pitch and singles by Thomas and D. Kuyk were enough to pro- duce two talliesg the finalicount standing 5 to 4. On the following day our old rivals, the Tarheels, were nosed out in the ninth inning when Baughman crashed a terrific home run, over the track in right field, with the score tied. Moran also put up a stellar game in left field, cutting off two Carolina runs with his rifle shot pegs. After taking St. John's measure in a listelss game, and defeating Johns Hopkins, the team almost succeeded in downing Harvard, but failure to hit when hits meant runs cost us a victory and the game ended with the score stand- ing at 2 all. Taylor pitched a great game, letting the Harvard batsmen down with four hits and retiring nine on strikes. An even break was secured with Auburn, both games being featured by the excellent twirling of the Auburn pitchers. Hodgson held them to five hits and no runs in the first game, but Harrison was touched up for twelve safeties in the second. The team then journied to Greensboro and Carolina was again sent down in defeat. A sensational ninth inning rally after two were out brought victory to the Virginians. In this inning Captain Mahood secured his fourth hit of the game, a two bagger with the bases loaded, and this timely clout was enough to again nose out the Tarheels by a one run margin, the score being 8 to 7. After an easy victory over South Carolina the team went on its northern trip. ln the Princeton game the Virginians led l to 0 until the sixth inning when Taylor weakened and the Princeton batsmen staged a batting orgy. Eight runs were scored by them in the remaining innings. Dunn featured for Vir- ginia and Captain Trimble for Princeton. 292 Qlutks ann Qlurls 192' Yale was again shut out on the following day. Harrison held the strug- gling E.li's batsmen to three hits and was given credit by New Haven papers for pitching the best game seen at New Haven during the year. Our lone run was scored when Burnett tripled and scored on a perfect squeeze play executed by D. Kuylc. Victory again perched on the banners of Orange and Blue when Amherst was defeated 4 to 3 in twelve innings. With Pettway doing the twirling, Am- herst was able to secure only one hit in nine inningsg Hodgson then relieved him. The Harvard game was cancelled because of a heavy down pour of rain that made play impossible. In looking back over the season of i920 we find the hitting of Pettway, G. Kuyk and Baughman to be worthy of especial mention, while the general offensive and defensive ability of the outfield entitles it to a position of equality with any college outfield in the country. NWZYQ 422 J . 0 ff N' V imlll5f'l:- 'ZX 'oiff' gr X l KOS - i H- Jia. EDB NV , Track Virginia's track team, at the time of writing this article, has just begun its indoor practice for the 1921 season, and with eight letter men in college, pros- pects are unusually bright. Manager Morton Boyd has arranged an attractive schedule, including dual meets with Harvard and Penn State to be held here this spring. The present indications are that the big S. A. I. A. A. meet will also take place on Lambeth Field. For the indoor season Virginia will also participate in the Baltimore and Washington meets. The following letter men have returned to college this year: Captain V. W. Archer and B. P. Chamberlain, both high jumpers of noteg M. R. Baker and l92l Qtnrks an-IJ Earls 293 K. N. Yellott, middle distance men, A. R. Shands and A. B. Greene, dis- tance runnersg Simon Seward, star sprinter, and W. C. Newman, a good man with the weights. ' The cross country team has just completed a fairly successful season. In its dual meet with Princeton, Virginia was completely out classed, the Tigers winning the first live places, and taking the meet by a I5 to 50 score. Two weeks later the South Atlantic meet was held at Virginia with the Orange and Blue taking first honors, the score standing as follows: Virginia, 25, Washing- ton and Lee, 39, Johns Hopkins, 64, and Maryland, l0Z. Al Shands fin- ished lirst in 34 :48. Gther Virginia men who placed well were Wilson, third, Greene, fourthg Terrell, seventh, and Bohannon, tenth. Going back to the opening of the I92O track season, we find Virginia rep- resented on the cinder path for the first time since the war. G. A. Wilson, R. E. Rounds, B. P. Edmunds, V. W. Archer and W. A. H. Gantt were the five "V" men who returned to college, and predictions as to the strength of the team were rather doubtful. A large number of men, however, answered Pop Lannigan's call for candidates, and work began in earnest. Virginia's first invasion of the North occurred when Edmunds and Wilson were sent to the Boston Athletic Association games, and Simon Seward to the lVlilrose Athletic Club meet in New York. The two former men failed to place in their events, while Seward, with a slight handicap, won third place in the 70 yard dash. In the latter part of February some twenty men were sent to the indoor meet in Baltimore. At this meet Virginia won third honors on points in the open events, Princeton winning, with the Meadowbrook Athletic Club, of Philadelphia, a close second. A few days later a small representa- tion was sent to the Catholic University meet in Washington. I-lere, Gantt won the two mile run in a beautiful race, and Rinehart showed up excep- tionally well in the hurdles. On the approach of warmer weather the team forsook the wooden track in the tennis courts and began to limber up on Lambeth Field in preparation for its first outdoor meet, with the Navy. The unexpected was accomplished, when on joumeying to Annapolis, Virginia defeated the Midshipmen by the score of 63 to 45, and won five first, and ten second places. In this meet Seward showed up well in the sprints. A week later, the triangular meet with the University of North Carolina and V. M. I. was held on Lambeth Field. The Varsity easily romped away with the highest score, making 76 points, to the Tarheels' 27, and the Cadets' 23. Virginia won eleven first places out of the fourteen events. In this meet 294 cranks ann 621111715 l92t Archer broke his former Virginia record of 6 feet in the high jump, by clearing the bar at 6 feet 3 inches. Chamberlain also went over the old height by mak- ing 6 feet l inch. Greene won an exciting race in the mileg while in the two mile run, Gantt finished almost a lap ahead of his competitors. Virginia was represented by eight men at the Penn relays in Philadelphia. ln the South Atlantic relays the team finished third, Johns Hopkins winning in record time, with Georgetown second. Chamberlain captured third place in the high jump with a leap of 6 feet My inch. The final meet of the season was the S. A. I. A. A. event at Blacksburg. Here the Varsity completely out classed its opponents, and won by a large margin, rolling up 82 points, to a bad second by V. P. I. with BSMZ, and the other colleges far in the rear. Besides winning six first places, two Virginia records were broken. Davis broke Archer's old record of I49 feet 5 inches in the javelin with a new mark of 153 feet 4 inches. Brand clipped l I 2-5 sec- onds off of Cantt's old record of l0:l l 4-5 in the two mile run, by winning that event in lO:00 2-5. Jack Rinehart won both hurdles in great style, with Wilson taking second places. In summing up we find that the team piled up 221 points in its three out- door meets. ln individual scores for the season, Rinehart led with 30 points to his credit. Seward was second with 27 units, and third honors went to Davis, who had 24. ' 1 W, 5 rt Zi, ,xx il? 2 ll 0 - ' ,. -', '.g M7- XX " l'-...awww Basket-Ball In spite of the ineligibility of Pettway and the failure of Jennings and Schneider to return to college, the Virginia quint has made a very creditable showing. Due to the scarcity of letter men at the opening of the season, the I92l Qlorks ann Qllurls 295 competition for positions on the team was exceedingly keen, and it was with considerable difficulty that Coach Lannigan was able to choose his men from the wealth of material which he found on hand when the call was sounded for Varsity candidates. It was not long, however, before a winning combination was discovered in Captain Hatcher, Carrington, Sexton, Hankins and Opple- man. With Hatcher and Hankins as a nucleus, both of these men being players of several years' experience, the team soon rounded into form, and at the present writing has won eleven out of fourteen games played. Hatcher can always be depended on for several baskets, and also adds con- siderably to the team's offensive strength through his ability from the foul line. He is far in the lead in points scored. I-lankins always a steady and depend- able guard, usually succeeds in holding his man down to two or three baskets, and frequently dribbles the ball the length of the floor for a goal. The three positions which were vacant at the opening of the season have been ably filled by members of last year's freshmen quint. Carrington at forward has been sinking his shots with consistent regularity and is also a very good man on the floor. At center Sexton has proved himself a most valuable asset both in caging baskets and in getting the jump on his opponent. Oppleman shows great speed on the floor and besides guarding his man closely, is an exceedingly fast drib- bler and floor worker. The team started off the season with a rush winning the first six games by wide margins. The University of Richmond was the only team to offer any appreciable opposition, but when the Orange and Blue found itself in the second half, the issue was no longer in doubt. Our first defeat was administered by North Carolina, who was able to nose us out by a two point margin. Carolina gave a beautiful exhibition of passing and floor work which stamps her team as one of the best seen on the home floor in several years. The outcome was in doubt until the final whistle, the adept- ness of Hatcher in caging his goals from the foul-line keeping us in the running. McDonald of Carolina proved to be the best forward seen here during the year, and he was largely responsible for the Tarheel victory. After a decisive victory over Davidson, the team journeyed to Annapolis where the more experienced Navy team handed us the short end of a 30 to I7 count. At the end of the first half the Navy was leading I5 to I4, but their team proved itself to be in better condition than the locals in the next period, and were never headed. George Washington was defeated on the same day, our scrubs playing the first half of the game. Sexton and Hatcher proved to be the outstanding stars in the Navy game, and Sexton's work in the George 296 Qtnrks ann Qllurls l92l Washington game called forth very favorable comment from the Washington papers. After winning over Wake Forest and Trinity the team met defeat in Roanoke at the hands of the fast V. M. I. quint by the score of 31 to I5. The two teams were evenly matched during the first half but during the second period our men were unable to check the V. M. I. scoring. The last home games of the season will be played with Delaware College, and the annual Southern trip will then be taken, games to be played with Uni- versity of Richmond, Trinity and North Carolina. ? . 69 I I f f T? 6 . , ay is H . it l -GU l'l"f'v .fail 'C if' L W .4 ...wil ff' L ff Y i f -snap Tennis The Tennis team of I9l9-20 had an unusually successful season, this being in large measure due to the fact that'it was for the first time recognized by the General Athletic Association as a minor sport. The added impetus thus given to it tended to increase the interest in this form of sport, and a team was chosen in the spring which came through the season without a single defeat. The team was composed of Captain C. Y. Bidgood, D. H. Jarvis, A. K. Davis, Jr., V. Dabney, E. M. Preston and W. P. Sterne. The first match scheduled by Manager W. C. Matthews was to be played with Yale, but rain prevented it. Our first opponents were George Washington University who were signally defeated in all six matches, only two sets being dropped by the local racketers. In the match with V. M. I. shortly afterwards the Virginia team was even more successful, losing but one set in six matches. The team then journeyed to Lexington for a return match with V. M. I. I9Zl Qlurks ann Qlurls 297 but rain prevented play. The strong team of the Richmond Country Club was next encountered and defeated for the first time by the University of Virginia team. The margin was, however, a close one, the final count standing 5 to 4. The schedule was considerably marred by the cancellation of the matches with Yale and V. lVl. I. on account of rain, and other cancellations by Wash- ington and Lee and North Carolina. D. l-l. Jarvis has been elected captain for i920-21, and a manager will soon be appointed who will arrange several matches for the spring. Wrestling and Boxing Interest in these two minor sports is on the increase, and a movement is on foot to award insignia to the members of the boxing and wrestling teams. In the opening match of the season our grapplers met defeat at the hands of the more experienced West Virginia team by the score of 22 to IO. Mullins and Manning succeeded in throwing their opponents, but Captain Depew, Rinehart, Bengel and Graves lost either by decision or on falls. No boxing matches have as yet taken place, although one is pending with the University of Pennsylvania. John F. Clark, Jr., a promising heavyweight, has been chosen captain, and the men are working out daily under the tutelage of "Pop" Lannigan. QfQ ig! N cp Q- ,QQXQ Z' ' Ni '- LQ, I '5i"""'7'x 'ew Y' A as 1,419 :-:-:A F .aa 2 l l t :2:I:2.-.-, l 42:22 f 'l Gr' 'f' .. .:' AL. . 1 M, .umdq,4L 9.4 nowxsnsu FIRST YEAR FOOTBALL TEAM, 1920 1921 Qllurks ann Qllurls 299 First Year Athletics FOOTBALL H. P. FOSTER, JR. ..... ................... . R. E. HARRISON ........ B. A. PRETLOW .......... .... C. F. GOODWYN KUYK .... ....... . . TEAM W. E. DEITRICK ...... 5. C. MAY ......,.... C.. ALLEN, JRE... . P. FOSTER, JR...... . M. RUSSELL, JR.. . . . . . . .Center . .... Center C. C. WALKER ..,........... J. B. A. ROBERTSON, JR.. W. A. LUKE., Jn. .......... .. F. WARD, Jn. ......,. . J. HENNESSY .... UO 19:3 .Guard .Guard . .Guard . ..,... Caplain . . . . . . ..Mal1agcr Assislanl Manager ...........Coach .....F.nd .......F.ncl . . . . . .Quarter ........Quarter . .... Half Back Ai P. CUTCI'-IIN ..... .... T aclcle H. A. HOLLAND .... ..... l -lalf Baclc C. G. MASSIE ...... .... T aclcle W. M. ROBBINS ..... ..... H alf Back W. l... BROWN ..... ..... E. nd A. H. HARRISS, -IR. .... .. .... Full Back SCORES First Year Team ...... .. . 7 Fishburne Military School ......... . . . . 0 First Year Team ...... 7 Augusta Military Academy ......... .. 0 First Year Team ...... 7 University of Pennsylvania Freshmen .... .. 7 First Year Team .... . . . I3 Tech High School ................. .. . . 21 First Year Team ..... . . . 0 Staunton Military Academy ....... . . . . 26 First Year Team ..... . . . 55 Shenandoah Valley Academy ...... . . . . 0 First Year Team ..... .. . I4 North Carolina Freshmen. .......... .. . . O BASEBALL R. A. CARRINGTON, JR.. .... ................... .... C a plain R. H. BAKER .............. ..... M anager VERNON GEDDY ...... ............... ..... C a aclr TEAM, 1920 W. A. BROWN .......... ..... C atcher M. STAUFFER, JR. ...... ...... l.. eft Field W. H. MCDANIEL ....... FRANK TALBOTT, JR... W. H. MANNING ......... .... C. R. BUCK ............. R. A. CARRINC-TON, JR.. J. T. BAXTER ........... . ........ Catcher ..First Base Second Base Second Base . .Short Stop .Third Base A. C. PATTESON ..... R. J. PETTEY ....... F. s. TAVENNER, JE' f Qf j. F. CLARK, JR. ...... . T. K. SEXTON ...... D. C. KEISTER .... . .... Center Field Right Field . . . . . . .Pitcher .. . .Pitcher .... .Pitcher . .. ..Pitcl1er 300 S ann Qllurls 192' SCORES, 1920 First Year Team .... .... 2 Augusta Military Acaclemy .. . 2 First Year Team .... I0 Augusta Military Academy . .. 4 First Year Team .... 6 Fishburne Military School. l First Year Team .... . . . I8 Woodberry Forest School. . . . . 9 First Year Team .... 8 Fishburne Military School. . .. 4 First Year Team ..., .. . 8 Staunton Military Academy ..... 2 First Year Team .... . . . l North Carolina Freshmen. . . . . 5 First Year Team .... . . . 7 Trinity ................, . . . 4 First Year Team .... .... O North Carolina Freshmen. . 9 First Year Team .... ...... l 4 Woodherry Forest School. . . . . 2 BASKET-BALL CARL FORSBERG ...... ....................... . Caplain JOHN W. AVIRETT, JR. .... ......... M anagcr H. H. LANNIGAN ........ .. ....................... ,.Coaclr TEAM . C. FORSBERG ........... .... F orward T. MILES ........ .... F orward H. A. HOLLAND ......... .... Center W. H. LAIRD ........ ..C-uarcl Cr. H. GILDERSLEEVE ............ .Guard W. A. DEITRICK ..... ..Cuard J. W. BOSWELL ................. Forward T. H. MCCOY ....... .... F orwarcl W. L. BROWN ..................... Center SCORES Freshmen . . . . . IS Woodherry .... . . . . . 22 Freshmen . .... 35 Fishburne .... .. . I8 Freshmen . .... 25 Augusta , . . . . . I8 Freshmen . .... 24 Augusta ..... ..... l l Freshmen . .... 32 S. M. A. .... ..... 3 7 Freshmen . .... 25 Central ...... ..... 2 8 Freshmen . .... 46 Massanutten ........ ..... l 2 Freshmen . .... I7 S. M. A. ............ ..... 2 S Freshmen . .... 21 Woodberry . ........... .... . 29 Freshmen . .... I8 North Carolina Freshmen .. .... . 28 TRACK 1920 BEN M. BAKER ..... ......... . Captain MORTON BOYD .... .......... M anager H. H. LANNIGAN .... ................. ...... C o acl: TEAM, 1920 B. M. BAKER MAC SWINFORD F. C. MILLIKEN J. M. JOHNSTON D. W. ZUNDEL D. G. COURTNEY T. K. PARRISH W. C. STEPHENSON M. T. BOHANNON H. W. O'MEARA C. B. CLEAVES RECORD, 1920 Virginia First Year. . . ...... l02 Woodherry Forest .......... . . . . , 41 Virginia First Year. . . ........ 87 Staunton Military Academy .... . . . . 56 CROSS COUNTRY Virginia First Year. . . ...... 25 Virginia Episcopal School .... . . . . . 30 Virginia First Year. . . . . . 49 Virginia Episcopal School. . . . . . . . 54 1921 Qlnrks ann curls 301 Football N spite of frequent injuries to its players, Virginia,s First Year team en- joyed a fairly successful season, with four victories and one tie, out of the seven games played. The team defeated Fishburne in its opening contest by a 7 to 0 score. The game was loosely played and marred by the frequent fumbling of both teams. Foster played the best for the First Year team, making the touchdown. On the following Saturday A. M. A. was defeated by the same score as Fishburne, Foster making a touchdown in the last minute of play. The team next journeyed to Philadelphia and played the Pennsylvania Freshmen to a 7 to 7 tie, in a game which should have resulted in a Virginia victory, but for the numerous penalties inflicted. The playing of I-larris, who scored the touchdown, featured the game. Superior teamwork enabled Tech High, of Washington, to enjoy a ZI to I3 victory, on Lambeth Field. The First Year team seemed to lack its usual fight in this game. Harris made both touchdowns for Virginia, while Ed Pugh put up a splendid game for the visitors. Handicapped by numerous injuries the First Year team proved to be an easy victim for the strong S. M. A. eleven, and had to be content with the small end of a 26 to 0 score. Coming back strong on the following week, the team crushed Shenandoah 302 Qlnrks ann Qllurls 1921 Valley Academy by 55 to 0, in a game featured by the playing of Harris, Robbins and Foster. Harris made four touchdowns in this game. In the final game at Chapel I-Iill the Carolina Freshmen were defeated by a I4 to 0 score in a hard fought game. Foster and Harris featured the con- test by their broken field running. Robbins also played well. The team should furnish the l92l Varsity some valuable material. Baseball Closing the season with seven victories, two defeats, and one tie, the First Year team can be said to have made a splendid record. Unfortunately their only two defeats were administered by our ancient rivals, the Tarheels. Al- though both of these games were lost by considerable margins, the record of the team is on the whole the best yet made by any of our first year baseball teams. Our inability to produce the necessary hits was the cause of the loss of both games with Carolina, but in the other games the team showed great power of attack. The hitting of Carrington and Clark, and the pitching of Sexton and Tavenner were the outstanding features of a most successful season. Track Following the example set by the Varsity, the First Year Track team went through the l920 season with flying colors. The team won easy victories in both of its meets, defeating Woodberry Forest by the one sided score of IOZ to 41 , and a few days later allowed S. M. A. to take the small end of an 87 to 56 score. Baker proved to be the individual star of the season, having 35M points to his credit for the two meets. In the Woodberry meet he ran the 440 in the fast time of 51 3-5 seconds. Johnston ran the l00 in I0 l-5 seconds in the S. lVl. A. meet, while Zundel cleared I0 feet I0 inches in the pole vault with apparently little trouble. Gleaves, in the weightsg Milliken, in the hurdles, and Bohannon, in the distances, also proved to be dependable point winners. ln the cross country meet held here last fall, the First Year harriers de- feated the Virginia Episcopal School by the close score of 25 to 30. Coward ran a pretty race and won first place in good time. In the return meet in lgynchburg the First Year team Won again by 49 to 54 score, with Coward in t e lead. 1921 Qlurks HIIU Qllutls 303 Basket-Ball Closing the season with a record of four victories and six defeats, the F resh- man team of l92l cannot be said to have enjoyed a particularly successful season. These defeats were, however, administered by strong teams, and all were lost by narrow margins, so that a fair estimate of the team cannot be got- ten by a glance at the percentage column. There were no outstanding stars, and the entire team played a steady and well-balanced game. The excellent work of the guards, Cildersleeve and Laird, and the all-around playing of Captain Forsberg are perhaps most noteworthy. In the final game of the season with the North Carolina Freshmen, our men failed to measure up to their usual standard of play, and the result was a defeat at the hands of our old rivals. in iliilf flg q, i i Htllgl rlp 'SH' 17 .31'-- 1. -,: . . -' -5.-1 gfgj-555-'Zsegs1s'fX ll 1 5.5. ' H512 ?j::Q1 'iiiF55i :, :sealer . im. r..g, ,:,,Fi. -- ', 'fa,g,La msn, ,, 5 I ,-, I., .1 I- ,E g4Z,,, ,,. N f -. v C, 304 Qinrks Huh Qlurls 192 Sweet Nothings On with the dance! Come love, and cheelg by jowl We'll rush amid this frenzied throng of frealgs, And wheel and whirl to all ungodly shrielgs That saxophone can scream or trombone troll. Put on your vacant stareg quiclf, don your cowl Of artificial ignorance that spealgs V Of stupidness divine: come, cut obliques Bizarre beyond Terpsichorefs control. Ah love, within your coi7jfure's marcelled maze I'tl hide my face, 1'tt plunge me madly on To shimmy wildly, hesitate, and prance. La Veeda, life of Spain, my soul obeys Your call of castanets, till lo! you're goneg Until youth's ragtime wanes, on with the dance! LEE A. IVICCARDELL F1 EEE? 3355? 1ululIUEi'llllIIU!. HM QQQ rks anti Qlutls 1921 GERMAN CL BI W. P. ADAMS J. A. AMBLER J. W. APPERSON V. W. M. ANDREWS M. R. BAKER J. M. BATTLE J. T. BAXTER W. J. BERGSTROM M. BOYD BOYD W. BYRD M. BULLINGTON W. Y. BURGE . P. CHAMBERLAIN COX, JR. CAMPBELL FFZH pmwwgm O pm . H. COPENHAVER COLEMAN I. G. CRAIG B. C. CLEAVE V. DABNEY H. D. DAVIDSON J. DAVIDSON J. S. DAVIS, JR. J. D. DEPEW J. C. DUNLAP J. M. DUNLOP T. M. EDMUNDS G. H. ECHOLS J. A. PANT D. FOX A. FERGUSON L. FERGUSON, JR. EEILD . H. FITE .T. FITz.HUGH M. A. FOSTER wmwpggm OFFICERS RANDOLPH FITZHUGH CARROLL .............. President WILLIAM CLAIBOURNE COUPLAND ....... Vice Presidenl ALFRED BURWELL DAVIS ........ ...... S ecrelary-Treasurer MEMBERS . A. CARRINGTON, JR. mORFWS9HF9W1 Oipmw . W. GAMBLE. R. GARY B. GLEAVES S. GILL. H. C-RESHAM B. GODWIN H. HENDREN . HATCHER . HARRISON . HODGSON HOLLAND W. T. JENKINS W. M. JENKINS D. H. JARVIS J. M. JOHNSTON A. S. KNOWLES H. G. KAMINER D. A. KUYK C. F. G. KUYK J. A. LILE G. R. MARTIN J. H. MACKALL A. M. MAHOOD W. C. MATTHEWS B. MORTON W. T. MOSELEY W. D. MCCLELLAN J. L. MCVOY D. MAHOOD . W. MATTHEWS D. MCHENRY . C. MAPHIS FOFl6Pi07m1U9 . V. MINOR W. NICKELS P. NOWLIN B. PETTWAY F. PRIOLEAU M. PAGE C. PLUMMER M. PRESTON ' HATHAWAY JR. H. MORTIMER, JR. T. L. PRESTON . PERCY, JR. . PRICE PARRISH . PARRISH . . PARRISH PERKINS . . PRETLOW W. I. PRICHARD R. C. PRICE J. L. RICHARDSON E. P. RUSSELL P. B. RUSSELL, JR. H. RINEHART, JR. V. K. ROGERS C. S. RAMSEY W. S. RAMSEY R. W. RIBBLE J. B. SELLERS S. SHACKELFORD, JR S. SHEILD R. SHANDS .L. SAUNDERS .E. SHANDS SHEPPE . K. SHANDS . K. SHANNON J. A. SIMMS J. I. SCALES R. M. SMITH M. T. SPICER J. D. TILGI-IMAN J. I-I. TAYLOR T. TAYLOR, JR. J. TWOHY S. WEAVER J. WOOD L. WILLIS B. WITT W. WESTON. JR. F. R. WESTCOTT C. T. YOUNG :RQ-I:vIf1:u:R PQRISO Oogwopop SFFUDPU 92' QIZUIIKS HUD QI1LItI5 307 HCUPIDU HENDREN UDAVEN WOOD .WI-UBBY" TUNSTALL "HoMER" FERGUSON "WI-IANG" BLACKFORD "TOM" PRESTON "SI" SEWARD "TAzE" TAYLOR "HEwsoN" MICHIE "JOHNNY" BANKS "TOM" GRESI-IAM "DICK" SI-IANDS "WALTER" ADAMS "AL" SHANDS "JOHN" AMBLER UPADDYH BAKER "SHACK" SHACKELFORD "BILL" COUPLAND "CLEMMIE" BAXTER "V" DABNEY "Bos" BULLINGTON "BILL" BROWN "BILL" DUNN UBOLYH READE USHORTYU EDMUNDS USQUATII GAMBLE nI'IATCH" HATCHER '.DIRK" KUYK UJOHNNYH LILE UCUTEYN MACKALL "GEORGE" MARTIN UBILLU PETTWAY "BII.LO" PRICHARD HCUTEYH PRIOLEAU HSTEWU SI-IEILD uI'IOLLY" RINEHART "En" RUSSELL "MONEY" BOYD HGEORGEH DAVISSON "B " HARRISON "DUTCH" HOLLAND nBILLn CAMP "DICK" CARRINGTON "JOHN" CLARK "JOHNNY" DAVIDSON .ADIPPYII DEPEW "BEN" BAKER UTOOFYU HALL UGEORGEN HESTER "SLIM" HUNT "DAVE" JARVIS "JOHN" KOCH "IssIE" OPPLEMAN UCHOKEH OTEY HKIRKH PARRISH HIRVINGI' SCALES "JOHNNY" STAUFFER on "BIG PAPN MOSELEY "BILL" STEPHENSON "EAGLE" R. PARRISH "Ros" STONE "EAGLE" E. PARRISH "SCI-IMITTYI' SMITH "JOHNNY" APPERSON "GIBRALTA" TAYLOR HFERGIEH FERGUSON "SKINK" VALENTINE USTAIGEI' DAVIS "ROLL" WARD "LACK" HODGSON 'lWA1T" WATKINS "MAC" MCGOWAN USAMN WITT URUSSELLH PARRISH NBERTII CLEAVE "BILL" MENEFEE "ALEx." STEWARD "ED" HATHAWAY "HuME" TAYLOR NIVIICKI' MAHOOD UBILLI' MATTHEWS "DICK" GILL "Doc" WILLIS "BEN" FITZ-HUGH 308 Qlurks ann Qllurls 1921 University Of Virginia Glee Club JOHN HOSACK KOCH ....... THOMAS MUNFORD BOYD .... ROBERT ALLEN GIBBONS ......... FRANCIS HARCOURT PARRISH ..... HARRY COLTON McKEE, JR. .... . NEVIL HENSHAW, '02 ........ G. RUSSELL DETTOR .,... NORMAN COLEMAN NICHOLSON THOMAS GIBBS AKELEY ROBERT WATSON SADLER ARCH JOHN RIGGAL JERE MALCOLM HARRIS WILLIS FRED BONHAM GREEAR THOMAS LEIGH WILLIAMS WILLIAM FRANKLIN Cox, JR. JOHN PIER ROEMER FREDERICK RUSSELL WESTCOTT THOMAS AUSTIN SYDNOR JAMES HANNAN HENNELLY HENRY JEFFERSON LAWRENCE JOHN JAMES MORRIS. JR. JOHN CROMWELL PARROTT CHARLES VENABLE MINOR WILLIS TODD CAREY ROBERT WALL TAYLOR ELI JAH FLETCHER KAHLE. JR. OFFICERS - .......Prcsidenl .. . . . . Vice Prcsidcni .. . . . .Business Manager . . . . .Azlverlisilig Manager ........SIage Manager ............Dircclor ... . .Slage Direclar MEMBERS MORGAN BIRGE RANDOLPH FITZHUGI-I CARROLL ALBERT WILSON WALKER CHARLES MARION LOVE JOHN DISMUKES GREEN HARRY GLENN KAMINER, JR. JOSEPH LEWIS MULFORD JESSE COX BEESLEY, JR. CHARLES GREEN ANDREWS DAVID LOUDERS BLACK JOHN CONWAY FOX ARTHUR JAMES OGLE JOHN EMERSON GIBBS HAROLD MATTHEWS SHUFF ALVIN FRIEDLANDER SOLOMON BARTH WEINBERG EDWARD WELLFORD WITI-IERS FRED BINGHAM GENTRY FULTON LEWIS, JR. uonsxxcmx GLEE CLUB J X .1 Al W, Te The gb VISITING GIRL .- ,1 1,-. , . -. .., , .,.,.,........,i,,.,...-.. ..vaf.z,N .I 'Q , ' , ,. ' ' - 1' nfx1.z'A' ,Q HV- ' If X 4: . F --5, n J. 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L f j " fif QW ' WW ww rw IMG ! mi 'I J M " 'X fs, 5, ffH4l1reQ L Alllhw g A ' M I lnnu Rx IMWIW rv sk P ff' X f -'9'f:E-EZ' ff, "1 ,Ve , 5, ,Zigi ,,vV 0 In N m 115, AIA!! 1 l WH Vfifflwfaxi JF' if '-" ' '- , ,,f NN gv1rfM9am:6!3"f" F - " , -'9-1" ' ' W J ' 1, X V hr, I 'M 9 i -1 LMI ow- .M 'C' M 9 v w WWW nwgfmi f f XmnfA55K" -Lf , W- I WE WANT LQTS G35 IT Q 92' flanks Huh Qlurls Co-lids t " l q I ,ms ML J,, L Some in rotundity, some in profundity, Lanky and lean, lackadaisical, lithe, With no restrictions hut vain maledictions- They are among us, to smirk or to writhe. For some women tire of lovely Sweet Briar, And find no contentment in Wellesley's gates: Virginia's benighted sons need to be righted By presence of women. What horror awaits? Guilecl by solicitors our Board of Visitors Gallantly, graciously, yielded the keys. From twenty to fifty in age-clour or nifty- They are among us to take our degrees. For some of the colleens have wearied of l-lollinsg Nor rest they quite peaceful where Farmville holds sway All knowledge they've taken from good Randolph-Macong And now they must hie them to old U. Va. l..aw's deep obscurity, crime and impurity Some seize as matter to train the shrill voice. Law has its reason-and now for a season They are among us-the place of their choice. 314 Qllurks nun Qlurls I IN P1-NRE cures: THAN aqua- DEL1CT'o! GRAMES TTELL von I5 we ' Q em 6 if ,ef V! 2:92,-5 ,. ta j 559 . 4: ' f -P ,flliilgrv X y l , , i, F or some have outmeasured what Converse has treasured Restless they wander, pray lend them thine ear! Vassar now palethg oh, no place availeth But our University. Lo, they are here! Tragic or comical, some anatomical, Medical, surgical, carve thew and bone' Skulls in solidity, stiffs in rigidity Long lain among us scarce stifle a groan. . I O ZA. 'T D ' DMA, ff m L MFGAXlllNlGTl- J, 5 351 a X9 gp V!! jig ji 5 7:2 mfg -- ii'- E?93EfLV'--LL? Q72 :W g A . For stiffs that were human must hate for a woman To scrape and to slice on them with no respect. But things venerated are now antiquated! And goddess of yore is now mortal abject. Some have been veering to seek engineeringg Chasms they'll bridge in their feminine dreams Who will conjecture what new architecture They now among us will raise from their schem es? 921 Q.:UlTk5tIl1U Qllurls 315 we gm-1 THAT wr P to fl . x gi W vm w- WW' Q ' m in For some have aspired to much unrequired At Goucher and Bryn Mawr, hither they've come With reelcing ambitions to smash our traditions. O, "heed not the rumble of distant drum." Thus 'tis a verity that the asperity Of fate unkind has been fed by fate's jests. Bronze Jefferson sits there! while solidly fits there, On his brow, scorn for the unwelcome guests. welt vm r R nk X6 AV ITH -TE? ii f , f --2 sf pix .efllgiill A X 'fffff' 1::i:a R . fuzu MW 1. J. L L , L .Nw Emma' For days that were cherished have long ago perished, Our harps can but echo the dolorous knell. Our ramparts are riveng the thunclercloud's driven. They are among us. Old times, fare ye well. M. C. HARRISON Qlnrkzi ann Earls I92 the Light O' the Moon BV You were little and lithe And your step was light, Your heart was blithe And your hand was white,- Your eyes were stars Of the August night, When we danced by the light Of the far white stars And the light o' the silver moon. Your lissomness Cast spells on me: No sweeter caress Than your voice could be: And your little feet Melodiously Were sweet to see In their rhythmic beat By the light o' the silver moon. And your tinlgle toes In your tiny shoon fAs a wind that blows On a blue lagoonj Made a harmony Like a Celtic tune That floated soon In its melody To the light o' the silver moon. WILLIAM KAVANAUGI-l Dow. If iego. CICTQI J 318 Qlurks ann Qlurls I9 Founded February 13, 1889 MOTTOZ Superslitio solum in animo inscii habitat MEMBERS JOSEPI-I WILLCOX DUNN GEORGE SCOTT SHACKELFORD, JR. CHARLES DECATUR MAHOOD jOHN ALEXANDER STEWARD JOHN HENRY NEFF TAZEWELL TAYLOR, ja. WILLIAM IRWIN PRICHARD MCLANE TILTON HOLLIS RINEHART, JR. CUTHBERT TUNSTALL EDWARD PERCY RUSSELL WILLIAM RICE WARREN DAVID JOSEPH WOOD 192' Qlurks ann Qllurls 319 CUTI-IBERT TUNSTALL JOHN JENNINGS LUCK RICHARD LEE WILLIS LEWIS DABNEY CRENSHAW JOSEPH WILLCOX DUNN HARRY WHITEI-IEAD GAMBLE EDWIN CLARK HATHAWAY, JR. HOLLIS RINEHART, Jn. 4 5 I Q I MEMBERS GEORGE SCOTT SHACKELFORD. JAMES NOAH GREEAR, JR. JOHN BANKHEAD BANKS JOHN CHICHESTER MACKALL JOHN STAIGE DAVIS, JR. ROBERT EDWARD HARRISON, JR GEORGE FRANKLIN HESTER ROMULUS CULVER SMITH SAMUEL BROWN WITT 320 Qllurks ann Qlurls I92 Founded al While Sulphur Springs, Wes! Virginia, 1878 IN FACULTATE HEATH DABNEY, M. A., PH. D. HOLDING ECHOLS, B. S., C. E. MORRIS PAGE, M. A., PH. D. TRE5 IN URBE ALEXANDER BICCER, JR., M. D. COI.vILLE TENNANT, M. D. THOMAS NELSON, M. D. BURTHE JOHN M. STAUFFER MARTIN Ross BAKER JOHN TRACY BAXTER ECTOR SMITH LAWSON GEORGE READ MARTIN TAZEWELL TAYLOR, JR JUNIUS IRVING SCALES ROBERT GLASS VANCE BENJAMIN MAY BAKER JOHN HENRY DAVIDSON HORRY FROST PRIOLEAU ROBERT FRANCIS STONE STAIGE DAVIS BLACKEORD MEMBERS BRANDER PETTWAY DECATUR MAHOOD HARDY HENDREN HOMAs MUNPORD BOYD PERCY RUSSELL STAICE DAVIS, JR. HOSACK KOCH JOSEPH WOOD PARRIsI-I CL Y D JOHN WRIGHT APPERSON A WAR SEWARD ROBERT VANCE HATCHER T OMS CHARLES VENABLE MINOR WILLIAM T EMPLE MOSELEY GESSNER HARRISON ECHOLS THOMAS KENN BERTRAM CAMPBELL CLEAVE THOMAS HASKINS GRESHAM JOHN CHICHEsTER MACKALL MILLARD FILLMORE Cox, JR. NEWMAN JOHNSTON VALENTINE KEMPER, JR. ERLY SEXTON CAMPBELL WILLIAM SUMMERPIELD KEY CHARLES SKINKER ALBERT STRAYER WILLIAM MCCUTCHEON ROBERT EDWARD HARRISON, JR ALEXANDER MAITLAND MAHOOD CAMP ROBERT MCCARTHY BULLINGTON WILLIAM CLAIDOURNE COUPLAND WILLIAM COWELI. STEPHENSON, JR. STUART BOLLINC, M. A., LL B. 1921 CUZUIRS HIIU QELIBIB 321 Founded ai Universfiy of Virginia, 1889 RICHARD LEE WILLIS CUTHBERT TUNSTALL CARY STEWART SHEILD SAMUEL BROWN WITT JOHN DRAYTON DEPEW THOMAS KIRK PARRISH FRANCIS MARION WRAY WILLIAM ALOER BROWN THOMAS SELLMAN HALL JOHN CRISPIN WATKINS -JOSEPH WILLCOX DUNN ASBURY HULL I'IODGSON JOHN WILLIAM MENEEEE ROMULUS CULVER SMITH EDMUND MYERS PRESTON WILLIAM IRWIN PRICI-IARD FRANK ROBERTSON READE BEN THOMAS FITZ-HUGH JOHN FRANCIS CLARK, JR. GEORGE FRANKLIN HESTER ADDINELL I'IEWSON MICHIE PATTON KIMBROUCH PIERCE ROBERT RANDOLPH PARRISH EDWARD MORTIMER PARRISII ITIARRY NWI-IITEI-IEAD GAMBLE THOMAS MURRELL EDMUNDS HOMER LENOIR FERGUSON, JR. BLACKSTONE DRUMMOND AYERS CHARLES FREDERICK GOODWYN KUYK RICHARD ALEXANDER CARRINOTON, JR. FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM HARRISON FAULKNER. M. A.. PH. D. ALBERT LEFEVRE, M. A., PH. D., LL. D. ARMISTEAD MASON DOBIE, M. A., LL. B. STEPHEN HURT WATTS, M. A., M. D. WILLIAM HULL GOODWIN, B. A., M. D. RALEIGH COLSTON MINOR, M. A., LL. B. WILLIAM MINOR LILE, LL. B., LL. D. JOHN LLOYD NEWCOMR, B. A., C. E. JOHN HENRY NEFF, B. A., M. D. FRATRES IN URBE HALSTEAD SHIPMAN I-IEDOES, M. A. LOUIS TROTTMAN HANCKEL, LL. B. CHARLES EDWARD MORAN, LL. B. ACTIVE MEMBERS HOLLIS RINEHART, JR. EDWIN CLARK HATHAWAY, JR. GEORGE SCOTT SHACKELFORD JOHN ALEXANDER STEWARD THOMAS LEWIS PRESTON ALFRED RIVES SHANDS WILLIAM MCGOWAN JOHN ALLISON LILE ISADORE OPPLEMAN DAVID ELLIS BROWN JOHN HUME TAYLOR DIRK ADRIAN KUYK FRANK TALBOT, JR. VIRGINIUS DABNEY 322 Qlnrks ann Qllurls 1921 CHARLES COLVILLE TENNANT CHARLES DECATUR MAHOOD ISAAC ALEXANDER BIGGER WILLIAM IRWIN PRICHARD EDWARD PERCY RUSSELL HUGH THOMAS NELSON STEPHEN HURT WATTS TAZEWELL TAYLOR, JR. DAVID JOSEPH WOOD MARTIN ROSS BAKER JOHN HENRY NEFF WILLIAM RICE WARREN ROBERT VANCE HATCHER FRANK ROBERTSON READE ADDINELL HEWSON MICHIE THOMAS I-IASKINS GRESHAM JOHN ALEXANDER STEWARD WILLIAM BRANDER PETTWAY IN MEMORIAM LEWIS ROUTT HAMPTON, '07 ATLEE SANFORD KELTON, '09 JAMES ROGERS MCCONNELL, 'I0 VIVIAN SLAUGI-ITER, '06 EDWARD LELAND WILLIAMS, '05 GQUUJYDAQ W x J I fa Em? Aw fs. , I I I x HULSINGER 7 af' E A F ifi jx"lA ?- :vii i Tl IHC 1 IWC NE --- ml E 5 - V . J' g X 2 QWZW ff Q Cf, mf f N f J- : X ig W yi fyf l l W! 'MN lg? , llfamlummxmmmzzmumfz E SE EFFNIVEIKSI A I Q ? f 'E ff lf I s I M' 5 Q ji H su W Wx 'W f 'vw L W W -' E-1 . ,CTW 1 ff fi -E - Q XWW .i E2 ' Q x if I2 ig Z - , , .,,, ua . xxxx., X , 'V" ' , I X N ----- M '-v- i1Iz::""'M 0 7 . N 1 7, wif' W A' - ff, + 1 Ai- xx f e f - J, , .- IIHIP41 vi .. . M., 3-"S T -'L' 'L' li ' Nw 4- "F.wvf5m.- K 332 Qlurks ann Qlurls 192' I L 9 0.2 "tid I n ? YT , --I ll1lnlli'lN.MI" , ' 2 I 'iliigmifililmll .ii x , 4 X Q bi Af xr' A A A Founded, 1838 CHARLES EDGAR CILLIAM, Virginian ..... Edilor-in-Chief ASSOCIATE EDITORS SAMUEL MELVIN KOOTZ, Virginia FRANK ROBERTSON READE., Virginia REUBEN MAURY, Montana BRODNAX CAMERON, Virginia CHARLES DUNMORE, FOX, JR., Virginia. ..........,................... Business Manager ALVIN FRIEDLANDER, Virginia ...... HARALSON BUTLER ARGO, Georgia. . . ..... Assislanl Business Managers EDWARD GULAC-ER FENWICK, Virginia ...... MEDALISTS 1919-20 LINTON HAMPTON BAER ................ ........... ..... P o etry ARTHUR KYLE DAVIS, JR. ..... . ...... Essay BRODNAX CAMERON ..... Short Story LN, ,, -n. 6. if HOLBINGER MAGAZINE BOARD ARGO Koorz CAMERON HEADE FOX, BUS. Mgr. GILLIAM, Edliol' MAURY FHIEDLANDER 334 Qlnrks ann Qtutls 1921 ' q-- I- ,gtixaim L - " ,. iv. , is , n- ,' .I.' 'V J V 146.4111 In-Ill-Wim 1 .J 'ep gs' 'ff ' 'IMWN f '-5 . .,.' if ' .swf H A Illllllll l u l--.I---:..IilJIlilIJI1l JIIIllIIlHIHl1llTI1lHUIUllUUIH111UIIU1llIIII1IIIMi .m'- wmmmimn FRANK R. READE.. REUBEN MAURY ......... HARCOURT PARRISI-I ..... C. S. RAMSEY ....... M. F. COX, JR. .... . M. H. LYNN ........ C. B. FRAZER ....... V. W. M. ANDREWS.. .... T. MUNFORD BOYD M. B. WAGENHEIM s. GUCKENHEIMER J. I-1. HENNELLY W. L, MARBURY, JR. s. R. MCCULLGCH B. F. PINNEY, JR. HORRY F. PRIOLEAU .... A. S. KNOWLES ..... J. H. KOCH ........... W. R. HANCKEL .... E. F. BLAND ....... C. T. YOUNG... , EDITORIAL BOARD REPORTORIAL STAFF J. S. FEILD H. J. TAYLOR A. B. DAVIS MUNRO BLACK R. L. HINDS P. I-I. HOWARD J. S. CARROLL BUSINESS STAFF .. .Editor-in-Chief News Eclilor ..Assislanl Eililor Alhlclics Eciilor fResignedJ . .Alhlelics Edilar Assislanl News Eclilor Assislanl Assignmenl Edilar Assislanl Aliliefics Eziilor Reviewing Eriilor W. H. LAIRD R. F. CARROLL S. A. REINACH, Jn. F. L. GREGORY, III T. T. ADAMS H. WARTHEN, JR. . . . . . . . . . . . .Business Manager Assistant Business Manager .Adjunct Business Manager . . . .Adjuncl Business Manager . . . .Adjuncl Business Manager . . . .Adjuncl Business Manager I " 3 uonslxcnn COLLEGE TOPICS BOARD FEILD , HANCKEL MuLFom: WAHTHEN HENNELLY McCul.l.ocH Lnmu TAVLOR Bunn REINACH . WAGGENMEIM Cnnnou. DAVIS Gnsconv Annnsws Cox HAMSEY LYNN PARRISH READE, Editor PRIOLEAU, Bus. Mgr. MAURY BOYD YOUNG 336 Qlntks ann Glurls 192' E li lluqwmm 0 H SIR 5 K X II if I rg i IN' PT 0 C SIGN O RANDOLPH C. COLEMAN GEORGE R. MARTIN ......... PARSONS NEWMAN Founded 1913 EDITORIAL BOARD FREDERICK D. G. RIBBLE ..... THOMAS j. MICHIE, JR. ..... . WILLARD R. ASHBURN .. ROMULUS C. SMITH ......... ........ .President .... . . .Nolcs Edilor ...... Decisions Ezlilor .... .Book Review Erlilor ....... .Virginia Eflilor Assislanl Virginia Eciilor Assisianl Virginia Ezlilor BLACKSTONE D. AYRES WALTER 1. BERGSTROM W. CURTIS BOK RICHARDSON BRONSON ROBERT Y. BUTTON BRODNAX CAMERON CHARLES E. GILLIAM EASTWOOD D. HERBERT THOMAS H. MIDDLETON PHILIP M. PAYNE EDMUND M. PRESTON THOMAS L. PRESTON BERNARD P. CHAMBERLAIN MAURICE A. SILVER FRANK P. CHRISTIAN, ja. MEADE T. SPICER, ja. WILLIAM F. COX, JR. JOHN B. SPIERS IRVIN G. CRAIG FRANK S. TAVENNER, JR. FRANK W. DAVIES ANSON W. H. TAYLOR F. BARTOW FITE, JR. ,IERE M. H. WILLIS R. B. GAITHER ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE SAMUEL B. WITT BUSINESS DEPARTMENT RICHARD E. SHANDS ..... ..... ................... ...... ........... M a n a ger GEORGE I. DAVISSON .... ..... A ssislanl Manager JOHN MORRIS, JR. ..... ..... A ssislanl Manager N HOLSZNGER LAW REVIEW BOARD T. PRESTON TAYLOR MInm.E'roN CHRISTIAN WILTSHIRE PAVNE Tnvsnusn Avnzs DAvIEs CRAIG FITE BERGSTROM E. Pnssron Cox WILLIS Bnousan DAVIDSON CIIAMBERLAIII BUTTON SILVER SPIE!-Is SHANDS Asnauml Mlclur: MAHTIN Y CoLEMAM,Pres. NEWMIIN RIBBLE SMITH SPICER Monms 338 Qlutks ann Qlurls 1921 4 X ff! - Ji, X 'mn n Nur, . 4-mv Xxlfll - J M Q S iff ' " xr V ' .Ly V vi E T 1 ' T I . w I '-w::.:'- '::- g MIB- X ,..,.u:H53 "" " . 'W ' ,, 1:1111 ---- -"' MANAGING BOARD FRANCIS HARCOURT PARRISH ....................... ...... E Jilor-in-Chief JOHN ALLISON LILE ............... ..... B uaincss Manag'er JOHN WILLIAMS AVIRETT, JR. ..... .... M unaging Edilor RUSSELL PARRISH ............... .,....... A rl Edilor BOGART ASHTON PRETLOW .,.. ..A.... L ilemry Edilor WILLIAM MCKENZIE JENKINS ..... ..... C irculalfon Mallager ASSISTANT EDITORS Literary Art CHARLES EDGAR CILLIAM LAUNCELOT MINOR BLACKFORD LEE ADRIAN MCCARDELL CARY STEWART SHEILD HERMAN LEWIS BENNETT JAMES WALKER STITES ALFRED PEYTON JENKINS EDWARD WELLFORD WITHERS HENRY JEFFERSON LAWRENCE WILLIAM SHARPLESS DERRICK WOODS ASSISTANT RANDOLPH FITZHUGI-I CARROLL BUSINESS MANAGERS CEYLON BULLARD FRAZER nonsmcsm A ' VIRGINIA REEL BOARD SNEILD MCCANDELL S'rn'Es JENKINS BENNETT I Woons CARROLL BLACKFOHD LAWRENCE WITHERS GILLIAM JENNINS PRESTON F. H. Pmmlsn, Editor R. Pulnlsu PRETLOW AvlnE1'r 340 Qllutks Hun Qlurls 192' --T: '--'-ffl ' 'mf 'R-f 1e.,?,gI::1' j 0 ll 45'-Li J L Edf Lim !4 SJ'E'5g7i , I f'nyoL 1533 A NI X f U U , .... E I I sf 0 'fn asf... 'E -5.1 .II S: f U p J EJ I I 3 ,ZF ' I I 0 . THIRTY-FOURTH VOLUME BOARD FRANK ROBERTSON READE ................. ........... E dilvr-in-Chief CHARLES LUNSFORD SAUNDERS ..... ........... B usfness Manager RUSSELL PARRISH .... ............................,..,. ,.,.. A 5 sislanl Editor-in-Chief ASSISTANT EDITORS LAUNCELOT MINOR BLACKFORD., ......... Arl VIRGINIUS DAENEY ...........,..... All-Ileiics FRANCIS HARCOURT PARRISH ...... Deparlmenis JOI-IN SHAW FEILD .............. Organizulions HOMER LENOIR FERGUSON ......... Fralernities RANDOLPH FITZHUGH CARROLL ....... Statistics ALFRED BURWI-:LL DAVIS .......... Photographs FREDERICK RUSSELL WESTCOTT ....... Faculty RICHARD WALKE BYRD ............ ....Clubs ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS WINFREY STUART RAMsEY FRANK PATTERSON CHRISTIAN, JR. CHARLEs CREIGHTON CARLIN, JR. BENJAMIN MAY BAKER, JR. CHARLES TALBOT YOUNG WILLIS TODD CAREY ASSOCIATE EDITORS Art PHILIP BARNEY SHEILD HARRY JUSTICE WARTHEN. JR. CARY STEWART SHEILD EDWARD WELLFORD WITIIERS TYLER BAINBRIDGE KIENER Athletics Poetry MICHAEL BENJAMIN WAGENHEIM CHARLES EDcAR GILLIAM Advisory MARION CLIFFORD HARRISON SHIELDS MEEK GOODWIN RI-:LIBEN MAURY nonsmcmz CORKS AND CURLS BOARD SHEHJ3 Mnunv GILLIRM WESCOTT CARROLL CAREY WITHERS GOODWIN WIGENHEIM CARI-IN YOUNG DIVIS BYHD COX FEILD F. H. PARRISH RAMSEY SAUNDERS, Bl-li. MSF. READS, Edlibl' R. PARBISH DRBNEY BLACKFURD, API Edltill' .965 ALONG Tru: SERPENTINE WALL to 4, As Solomon once said: "He who A I . Q Q' 0, would edit the Yellow Journal and 48 2, ,Y nilinil. i't-there is more hope Di a 2- QQ 20 6-TQ 1-'uni than of 1-nm." ' 09- 'fy FAIEEWELL-u long farewell to' QP '89 Zo Q all our greatness! I 34" 1 QP O? .Af Qi '65 93,9 -9 95' og ov g --- ...... i1 i. . lt now takes but forty-five min- utes to purchase u stamp ut the Uni- versity pontofllce. Service is rapidly picking up and it is thought that it will lic possible within the near future to attract the attention of a 'clerk witliln hnlf hour. ., QV- Qt kv ,bm Little credence ls placed in the re- X ON, YC, 5 0 43,617 port that Jnhn Staige Davis got V9 voifdpxe' OK drunk Suturdny night and cursed zz yy Qxwmmfvoeexaoo' strcet car inotorman. It is reported 4 Q-Q' 4. 4940! Y-so-2-X that Davis told the motorxnan to "go X QS' 995 46360 95.3 to Hades" but when interviewed by E 'Y GY Q9 56,99 ai Journal reporter Davis denied the 9.55 qi 58 xv charge in strong language saying 39. Qogoef' that lic would be doggoned if he had iv .xv :uncle any such statement. QV Attention, SEVEN SOCIETY: I lost 5530 in at crap game Saturday 'night through no gross negligence W + It on my part.-J. Muckztll. in -it it at ir :rw 1 it 'It it 9 ' Q . .. - '1 I GUM U IN ITIAILS t Wanted: Am willing to pay hund- if A X some salary to nuyoue who can ex- Fnzinllc-ml at Oxtnrd in 1000 it pluin to me adequately what it is by Sir F"i"'Ci5 Him" , .ui about.-J. M. ward. in-' s in Facilitate Q ' """ I, ,, Mike Wzigenhclni will leave short- 'l'iI?l"f' H"f'1fi'Y Sgnlilxnl- ., ly for Troy, N. Y., where he has AlIN'l'l M112-m 0 , secured at joli as model for artists in lorn Giles. Yum' K thc employ of Cluett-Peabody dk Co., Cll11l'l1'S ufnmnlupw ' ' , ninknrs of Arrow Collurs. William Menthol 1101-rest. 8 1- . - li In Ui-be Inna V"""ItyI g Lewis Dzlremetotnlk CNHI' : shnw. t Joseph XYIIGM- y t Qin room for mor!! University f EDITORIAL PEUD ENDS Y DAT Q IN FISTIC ENCOUNTER A. K. ' Olin Moore. : Ham liirnz' 1- Davis :intl Wiltshire Mix it Up ou ax RP" A 'Sn ' f Train Line Last Night 'V I. M. A. Bncr . JI. 'N' ' xesxssmmz-mn-aj L' A. K. Davis, editor-in-chief or me University Magazine, and Ellsworth Wiltshire. who is alleged to be ed- itor ol! College Topics, are iboth in the University Hospital suffering from wounds incurrerl in ll Piwhwl battle in which iihey engaged ut Il late hour last night. The hospital physicians report thut'there is H0 hope. Both will recover. 0. V ' f owen V. 'A-. '6 6105.81 'xx f9.'Q"J 6 ip' 'X 9 6 0 Q '. ' Q! 4. 9 0 gy f N 9' if ' JQVQQ Oo xv Q .L Z4 'E 230 ff ' N if 0 , k n YELLOW JOU RNAL BOARD I mr . ,i ,H ffl 1, - .:r,f,j ,ff 4 J " "'?-Luigi xl 344 QEurk5JanI1 Qllurls 92 OWL Founded al the Universily of Virginia, i887 JUDGE R. T. W. DUKE LEWIS DABNEY CRENSHAW --Q-l FRATRES IN URBE DR. EDWARD REINHOLD ROGERS JUDGE JOHN WATSON FISHBURNE FRATRES IN FACULTATE ALBERT GEORGE ADAM BALZ ARMISTEAD MASON DOBIE. JAMES COOK BARDIN WALTER JAMES BERGSTROM ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE GEORGE READ MARTIN SAMUEL MELVIN KOOTZ GEORGE BOARDMAN EAGER MEMBERS FRANK ROBERTSON READE. FRANCIS HARCOURT PARRISH , CHARLES EDGAR GILLIAM RANDOLPH CASKIE COLEMAN Y 1 wir f, I.-II-...mm ,, Eigopreeiaimom The editorial board of CORKS AND CURLS would express its appreciation to the following contributors to this volume. Our gratitude for their generous work will be exceeded only by the words of praise which we feel con- fident will be spoken by those into whose hands this book Dedication Art g rf I? " 5 I I.I........II..II..I.II..III.III EDWIN ANDERSON ALDERMAN Poetry WIILOUG1-:Ex READE GEORGE B EAGER JR WILLIAM KAVANAUGI-I DOTY WILLIAM CURTIS BOK LEE A. MCCARDELL CHARLES L. REESE, JR. Prose SAMUEL MELVIN KOOTZ CARL F. L. ZEISBERG MISS VIRciNIA WOOD MISS MARY D. GORDON MISS SUSAN C. WILSON CARL F. L. ZEIsDERc WILLIAM THORNTON MARTIN FREDERICK S. WIGHT STANIsLAw J. MAKIELSRI JAMES WALKER STITES HENRY S. RORER ECCLES D. EVERI-IART HENRY J: LAWRENCE Photographs ROBERT GLASS VANCE GEORGE W. CONNORS, ll may chance to come. llllll DHIImK F921 Qlnrks ann Qlurls 347 i ix I jf e- Q 1 .' "fx XX 5 ,w A I ll.. I ' u -1 -nuii nm, S Z- L mas'-I.-ff' ' 5.5 N the opposite page appear the names of those whom we can not be in to thank for all they have done for CORKS AND CURLS, l92l. hl,4 8 A' Though not connected in any official way with CORKS AND CURLS, they have given freely both of their time and their talent, and it is enough to say that without their assistance this volume could never have been. The editorial board has worked hard, but its task is chiefly mechanical, and we, the editors, must always fall back on those gifted friends of CORKS AND CURLS who year after year help to make the book a success. We must say one word of appreciation to one who is neither on the editorial board nor an outside contributor to the book-Miss Margaret McClintock, of the Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company. Miss "Maggie" has for years taken a deep and personal interest in CORKS AND CURLS. She knows better what to do than any editor can ever hope to explain, and we would express our grati- tude to her, and to the Stone Printing Company, which she represents. Widi- out further praise for these good people and without apology for our own short- comings, we offer you the product of our best effort. We can ask no finer reward than that our readers will place the thirty-fourth volume of CORKS AND CURLS on the same high plane that has been accorded its predecessors. In spite of the hours of toil that are demanded by the compilation of such a volume as this, every editorial board feels a certain sense of pride in the child of its labors. We are no exception to this general rule, and as this last bit of 348 Qlnrks ann Qilurls 1921 copy goes to press we begin to think of "our" book. We think of the many things that have helped us along the way, of the many delightful complications that have arisen, as they will arise even on the best regulated publication. As we have checked, rechecked, and labelled our photographs, we have wondered if our children's childen will point in glee to the cut of our clothes, or say, with tears of laughter in their eyes, "See the funny things they used to wear around their necksnl And we wonder if our book will ever look so piti- fully inadequate to these descendents of ours as a CORKS AND CURLS of the early nineties looks to us to-day. All this, perhaps-and more! And yet we find comfort in the fact that though men laugh at the customs or the products of an earlier age, they reverence them too. The average person loves to live in the past, to talk of the good old days, when the earth was younger, and hurrying feet of myriad thousands had not Utrodden her flowers to dustf, Ere long, these ordinary times of to-day will become a part of a gone but golden age, and the hours we have spent on CORKS AND CURLS, arduous as they have seemed, will be then a happy memory. 55 45 85 55 55 55 55 -'55 95 We are standing to-day at one of the dramatic points in the world's history, and our Alma Mater must face the diflicult problems that are rising from the cauldron of national unrest. For many of us, this is our last year as a Virginia student, and only too soon, though a little while we fain would linger, all of us must go out from these halls so crowded with memories, and become a part of the alumni body. And we must never forget that on us as alumni will rest, in great measure, the good name and the fair fortune of the University of Virginia. I-ler problems are our problems, her honor is our honor, her part in the lives of her sons is measured by the devotion that we bear her. We have called this the centennial volume of CORKS AND CURLS, though we have really stolen the thunder of the l9l9 book. At all events, the Centen- nial Celebration will be held this year, and we have striven to incorporate throughout these pages the "idea" of Virginia. Standing at the threshold of her second century, the University faces an era of expansion. Shall Virginia become a large University, and, if she does, will she still be a great University -great not in things material but in those qualities that are Truth and Honor and all that makes a man? Virginia men are everywhere asking that question to-day. Virginia men must answer it. And they will answer it. One thing to them stands out that is of supreme importance-the Honor System, the backbone of the best that is or ever will 192' Qlnrks anti Qllurls 349 be at Virginia, must be preserved. There are seventeen hundred students at Virginia to-day, 'and with increasing numbers an honor system is proportionately harder to keep effective, for it is harder to see to it that every student who comes here thoroughly understands that system under which he is living. It takes time to adequately solve such a problem as this. The old order changeth, as it has changed with every generation since Adam, but nothing can ever come about that Virginia students can not properly handle if given time. There is no liner place for the training of manhood than the University of Virginia. Cod grant that we may always be worthy of her name. wen ,wsu , soma nl un -ra.: well.. B Nusa mm Uvil. SVKLT NXILK at - i: away 'i' I 72 X 1. gh ,.-'I Q13 Q ' - -1 if V' X fm , x, 1 Q. ti T .,:1Q H ' D A ,, .. I.. N M., 1-. f . 1- - ' we " '2u.,.- ."' ff-4, ' QIIJEIIS ann QLIIIZIS I92 Adios l've climbed the peaks of pleasure, And 1've plumbed the deeps of pain, And l've trod life's middle measure Of days gone dull with rain, I've seen my world around me M irth-red and sorrow-grey: But the fairer freed0m's found me Now you've tossed my heart away. Say not the days are dreary, Say not the hours are long: This heart, with wishing weary, Has won to evensong! One last long sigh of sorrow For dreams that died as dreams, Then a facing toward to-morrow, Where a merrier morning beams. One wish that love were lasting, One tear for days gone by- Then of with prayer and fasting: A love unloved must die '55 'F at lt's thus I bank the embers, Thus quench the ftameg and yet, A heavy heart remembers What it would fain forget. R. MAURY. J 1 352 QIZIJIZIIS HIIU Qllllf I 5 I 921 Beta of Virginia Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa Founded al College of William and Mary, December 5, 1776. Eslalnlislzefl, 1908 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WILLIAM HARRISON FAULKNER ....................... .....,.... P resiflenl ARMISTEAD MASON DOBIE ........ ..... V ice Prcsidenl IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS . ......... ....... S ccrclary JOHN HENRY NEFF ....... ............. .,.. T r easurcr JOHN JENNINGS LUCK .... ..................... .... L I lzrarinn INITIATES 1920 COLLEGE JOSEPH MANLY COBB ARTHUR LEE KINSOLVINC VIRGINIUS DABNEY EUGENE LESLIE LOWENBERG ORVAL RAY DAVIS EDMUND ORC-ILL FRANCIS BARTOW FITE, JR. PEYTON NALLE. RHODES FRANCIS HENRY HARRISON WALTER BOWMAN RYAN. JR. VERNON AUGUSTUS JONES THURMAN CARLISLE SCOTT THOMAS ORLANDO TROTTER, JR. GRADUATE WILLIAM DOUGLAS ARANT BEN ZION LINITIELD MELVILLE HUNTER DUNN THOMAS JOHNSON IVIICI-IIE, JR. ENGINEERING JAMES SHANNON MILLER, JR. LAW CHARLES JOHNSTON CHURCHMAN JOHN ALEXANDER MCNAUC-HTON CHARLES EDWARD JENKINS WILLIAM JOSEPH PARRISI-I, JR. JOHN VICKERS RAY MEDICINE CLAUDE PORTERFIELD FOX, JR. RICHARD WILLIAMSON FOWLKES FRANK MCCUTCHAN ALUMNI CHARLES LEE REESE, '84 SAMUEL PORCHER, 'Sl ROBERT TATE. IRVINE. '89 ROBERT G. REESE, '90 .f ,V AXN 2451K 5 QBK ...M r 1 15' , L, - 1 - M Ml 1 f Jf1hf ME " ,-Z 555 51 jx .U wa., , 354 Qlntks anti dllurls 1921 The Raven Society OFFICERS ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE ............. ........ P rcsidenl HARRY GRAY BURKS, JR. ,..... . ..... Vice Frcsidenl FRANCIS BARTOW FITE, JR ...... ........ S ecrclary PARSONS NEWMAN .................................... ...... 7 'rcasurcr HONORARY MEMBERS HON. WOODROW WILSON DR. JOHN BASSETT MOORE HON. JOHN SHARP WILLIAMS MR. DUNCAN CURRY MR. JUSTICE JOHN CLARK REYNOLDS MR. THOMAS NELSON PAGE RT. REV. ARTHUR SELDEN LLOYD MR. PI-IILIP ALEXANDER BRUCE HON. ARMISTEAD CHURCHILL GORDON REV. BEVERLY DANDRIDGE TUCKER GRADUATE HARRY GRAY BURKS, JR. PEYTON NALLE RHODES FRANCIS HENRY HARRISON WILLIAM HUDSON ROGERS VIRGINIUS DABNEY COLLEGE JAMES PLEASANTS MASSIE HUGH WARREN 'H LAW ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE RANDOLPH CASKIE COLEMAN HOLLIS RINEHART, JR. SHIELDS MEEK GOODWIN MEADE THOMPSON SPICER THOMAS JOHNSON MICHIE, JR. PARSONS NEWMAN GEORGE READ MARTIN THOMAS MURRELL EDMUNDS FREDERICK DEAN GOODWIN RIBBLE FRANCIS BARTOW FITE, JR. EDWARD PERCY RUSSELL MEDICINE JOHN SEWARD LAWRENCE EUGENE LESLIE LOWENBERG ALFRED RIVES SI-IANDS WILLIAM MARCO SI-IEPPE ROBERT MASSIE PAGE JAMES EDWIN WOOD, JR. PATTON KIMBROUGH PIERCE ENGINEERING KENNETH SEWELL WINGFIELD EDWARD FRANKLIN BLAKE RALPH MCCOY TRIMBLE JAMES O'RElLLY COLEMAN 356 fLEurk5 ann Qlutls 192 Sigma Beta Phi Society FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. WILLIAM MYNN THORNTON, B. A., LL. D. CHARLES HANCOCK, B. S. EDWARD WATT SAUNDERS, Jn.. C. E. jOHN LLOYD NEWCOMB, B. A., C. E. WALTER SHELDON RODMAN, S. M. IAMES SHANNON MILLER, Jn., E. E. WILLIAM NEFF JAMES TINSLEY ALSOP EDWARD FRANKLIN BLAKE NOLAND WALDO BROWN GEORGE EDWARD CLARK JAMES O'REILLY COLEMAN HENRY CLARK FORREST GEORGE PETERKIN GAMBLE PERCY COLEMAN KUHN BENTON BROOKS ONVEN FRATRES IN URBE GEORGE STEWART GRIFFITI-I ACTIVE MEMBERS JOHN PARKE CUSTIS PETER JOHN MILLER PORTER ELLIOTT PRESTON CHARLES LU NSFORD SAUNDERS GEORGE KING SHANDS WILLIAM MINOR SMITH RALPH MCCOY TRIMBLE EARL HAMPTON VIA KENNETH SEWELL WINGFIELD f fi aw 1i1 IE4 it lg fl E5 Eg if E L W xx M 358 J jllutks ann Qlurls 192 Kappa Delta Mu Eslablfslzed, 1913 FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRANCIS PERRY DUNNINGTON, B. S.. C. E., M. E. GRAHAM EDGAR, B. S., P1-I. D. ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD, B. A., B. S., P1-1. D. GARDNER LLOYD CARTER, P1-1. D. JOHN HOWE YOE, M. S., M. A. MEMBERS LAWRENCE SINCLAIR CANNON JOHN PARKE CUSTIS PETER NATHANIEL DABNEY CHAPMAN ROSWELL EMORY ROUND HARRY GRAY BURKS, JR. DAVID MOSES BALENTINE EVERETT RUSH HOPKINS JOHN MILLER PORTER ELLIOTT PRESTON JAMES TINSLEY ALSOP GILBERT IVO THURMOND OCTAVIUS LOXLEY CLARK PEYTON NALLE RHODES CHRISTIAN VANDEGRIFT HOLLAND LEWIS BENJAMIN JOHNSON, Jn. WINBORNE TERRY JENKINS JOSEPH EUGENE LYLES CHARLES EDWARD STONE BENTON BROOKS OWEN RADFORD WILLIAM ORR SWAN ff l , ff Q as 659 X 9 6 6 y N Era b p :muff .4. n..f.,4 360 Qlnrks ann Glnrls I9 The Alpha of Virginia Chapter of Alpha Omega Alpha Founded at lhe College of Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago. Eslablishcd, 1919 l..- FACULTY MEMBERS THEODORE HOUGH Dn. JAMES CARROLL FLIPPIN HARVEY ERNEST JORDAN DR. DR. Class CLAUDE PORTERFIELD FOX JAMES NOAH GREEAR, Jn. DR. DR. DR. DR. DR. ofl DR. DR. PHILIP MERINVETHER LEXVIS STEPHEN HURT WATTS JOHN HENRY NEFF 920 FRANK MCCUTCHAN HUNTER HOLMES MCGUIRE DR. PHILIP MERIWETHER LEWIS Class of 1 921 JOHN SEWARD LAWRENCE PATTON KIMBROUC-H PIERCE ROBERT MASSIE PAGE JAMES EDWIN WOOD, Jn. 1" 'Q W in Xb 19612, ljA - f , 362 Quark 5 HUD QElttl5 '92 Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi fl-lonorary journalistic Fraternity, F0llHf1Cll al Depaum University, 1909. Eslublislicfl. l9ll. Rc-eslnblishezf, 1920 FRATER IN URBE LEWIS DABNEY CRENSHAW FRATRES IN FACULTATE. RICHARD HENRY WILSON ALBERT GEORGE ADAM BALZ FRANK ROBERTSON READE CHARLES EDGAR GILLIAM FRANCIS HARCOURT PARRISH SAMUEL MELVIN KOOTZ REUBEN MAURY JAMES COOK BARDIN ARMISTEAD MASON DOBIE MEMBERS RUSSELL PARRISH JAMES WALKER STITES RANDOLPH FITZHUGH CARROLL MILLARD FILLMORE COX, jn. CEYLON BULLARD FRAZER 192' Qllurks ann flurls 363 Sigma Upsilon Founded, 1906. EslaIJIisI1cd, 1920 ...1...,. FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOHN JENNINGS LUCK .IOHN CALVIN METCALF JAMES SOUTI-IALL WILSON jOHN WILLIAMS AVIRETT, JR. WILLIAM CURTIS BOK CARTER MARSHALL BRAXTON ROBERT YOUNG BUTTON BRODNAX CAMERON BERNARD PEYTON CHAMBERLAIN RANDOLPH CASKIE COLEMAN FRANCIS BARTOW FITE FRANCIS HENRY HARRISON PAXTON HOPE HOWARD MEMBERS WARREN WOMACK KOONTZ GEORGE READ MARTIN REUBEN MAURY PARSONS NEWMAN WILLIAM IRWIN PRICHARD FREDERICK DEAN GOODWIN RIBBLE, JR FRANK STACEY TAVENNER, JR. ANSON WALES HARD TAYLOR ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE FRANCIS MARION WRAY aonsrxcnn PRESIDENT ALDERMAN'S HOUSE vf ,w-J L if L Q., fi: -1 . fo 'V "7 -V . ' ' ,gf 'J 't'3"', c V A ' -,gg .. 'AX' .fif - ' ' "1 . lf, --,.., 3,517 f 5 lU..i Wi? , we f - 5 5 5 Q3 I i A r if i . J 1 III f ' 'T - '5 A l Q L 'ik 366 Qinrwks ann Qllurls 192 MIRAGE The Seven Seas rove 'round the earth in quest Of Love and Mirth and Death: but what they find They boast not of. Their silence lures manlfind To rislf his all upon one white-cap crest. I followed mine when young: my age is lnlest With restlessness, and salt and surf and wind Call me e'er youthward to a grove behind Far tropic sands where life and love were best. High on a hill she dwelt above the beach, The sweet moss her lnedg royal palms her roof- Nor was she conscious of her creole charms! And, tho' we had no common words of speech, The languorous nights wove us a wondrous woof Of love and won her softness to my arms! C1-ms. Enom: CILLIAM 5 R A R N 11sfQjg2fffw1J Nj f Q , ' C' ' . Q W ' Ei ' by f ,f Q PCM. W X CRIME - Q WPVE, Wmwm X5 I :amen W" . x I 5 M15 Wu : W f f a tmp ' STRIKES A- WMT EM THE FACULTY JLJ'un-rms. 1921 QLUIRS HUD QILIIYIS 369 CHEERIO! Qgjgkjo, nfgfkiggg All you Drudges, Boners, Stupids and Crinds, sum swiss ,Q And all you who are without Honors, Brilliance, ..mn.W'E" ,if Z."if.'H-Zlifi ' 4' B. Y ESV iwj Q Ribbons and Talents- z Gumauvfl T . . 9' YQLEEYZI Cheer up! Be of Stout Heart in the face of Adversity. "5f,ffEp Because CORKS AND CURLS' private Wee-fee Board 96 Reveals this: CQ? That the Medal-Winning Orator, in after years, Travels extensively as Chief Speaker for a Peripatetic Chicle and Coober-Pea Emporium. W C, ," .. fx ' ' , I , tiff Qc: HURRY ll' M That the College Millionaire is gathered to his Fathers x f i-' X' I ln an Eleemosynary Institution. - 'V --' , That the idozized Athletic star - .-.J f 1 Forges forward as a Leader of Brawny Men. nw. ' 53,2325 SQL., I' ' ' A vwwgxf-' That the Law Shark maintains his practice in E 'ggi 63229 The courts of the Minor judiciary. A - Z That the Social Lion who belongs to the Most Sig ls LJ V jp , 6 Fraternities is elected Grand Mogul and Av -'I It Potenlate of the Royal Elephant Loan, Insurance X752 , ' N, KS5 And Beneficial Society of Spivvins County, Alabama. fl,l if-T That the Adonis who dazzles the Easter Queens weds a Spinster with a Hickory Limb. ff jill:-lr, N That the "College Rembrandt," if given time waiting- Rises to a very High Position. e MORAL: Be a Nobody while you Can. 370 QIUTKB ann Q!:lI1Z!5 !92! Seven AVE you ever noticed the satisfaction that the numeral seven gives? It has a glamour of elegance, a touch of poetry, and a splodge of mysticism. Even from the Old fl estament seven has been invoked to impress us. As Don Marquis puts it: "There are Seven Pleiads and Seven Sutherland Sisters, Seven Hells and Seven Candlesg it is strangely and inherently impressive. The heavens declare its glory and the external and material world falls naturally into heptagonal patterns "4 'F 'I' naturally, or magically! For it is a magic number. Verse written on a rhythmic scheme which regards the occult properties of seven is better than any other verse, and queer things happen in a seven handed poker game that we have never seen happen anywhere else." Twice-blessed are those immortal persons who so happily hit upon the name "seven" as their mystic symbol. It allures, delights and repulses. We all respect their evident good taste in the selection of seven, and its innate cabalistic qualities endow it with a halo of delightfully mythical deeds-and misdeeds, that prevent too severe investigations into the identity of those enchantingly unreal persons-The Sevens. We have often wondered who those happy, blithe spirits are. We recall with pleasure one night of watchful wakefulness in the shadow of the Ro- tunda's columns, eagerly peering forth at every nocturnal passer-by in the hope that here at last was a seven. But he did not write on the walk in chalkg he merely hastened on with the prosaic and material vision of a comforting bed before his eyes. And so at 5 a. m. we sorrowfully wended our way homeward. The next morning there was a "seven" sign at the foot of the Rotunda. Ah! what delight, what naive pride we took in that sign. It was a symbol of the mysticism of our quarry, a sop to our imaginative dreams. We conjured up a phantom figure cloaked in an Aladdin-like coat possessing the magic quality of making the wearer appear and disappear at his pleasure, chalking with infinite care the occult sign that leads us into the world of dreams. l-le was no mortal person, this phantom. No Seven is. We carefully avoid walking on a "seven" sign, for fear of giving wrath to the gods. But on one occasion we deliberately erased the sign to see what would eventuate. Alas! the dreary students plodded onward in happy oblivion to the epoch-making defiance. But the next day 5400.00 was given to Dr. Alderman to relieve a student from the payment of money unfortunately lost. Ah! there was a charming deed, a gallant deed. And every time we lost 1921 Qiurks ann Qlurls 37' money in a game we erased "the sign," but woe be we! there were no returns. So we lost our faith in that course. No one knows who the Sevens are. Occasionally one dies, and his name is printed in CORKS AND CURLS. Fevered searching reveals the fact that in his day this dead Seven was a Big lVlan in the University. He was a Tappa Keg, a "Z" fthe only letter in the alphabet that possesses the charm of the numeral seven, , a good fellow and not an Editor of the Mag. Such delightful characters. We shall buy CORKS AND CURLS every year until our death to obtain the annual list of the deceased Sevens, so that when one of those exquis- itely moulded spirits dies, we can say with pride we actually knew one, called him "Charlie" and loafed at the Corner listening to his liquid speech. We have often wondered what the Sevens do. Whatever it is they do, it is assuredly not ordinary. The symbol seven dissipates that impression. No seven could be commonplace. We surmised at one time that the Sevens were a charitable organization to help needy men through college, but that col- lapsed, for we never received any aid. Then we thought they prevented the Wash. and the jeff. from getting too cocky, but we didn't know the Wash. and the Jeff. then. We had a vague suspicion that they decided who were to secure the coveted "V," but we were a freshman then, and later learned that the little Doc attended to that earthly deed. And now we are in a hopeless quandary as to what they do, who they are, where they meet, and how they can give away so much money. That they are a credit to the University, we are agreed. Think what mys- tery, what fascination, what enchantment they bring into our staid lives here by their allegorical symbol. We pass on our individual ways to an eight o'clock lecture room, peer at a freshly chalked "seven" at our feet, and find an otherwise gloomy room bathed in sunshine. The power of suggestion and sorcery is not yet gone. Long life to the Sevens! And if you should chance upon one of the Mystic Brethren in life, keep your knowledge hidden in a confinement that allows of no revelations, and answer your inquisitive neighbour: "Let it be forgotten, as a flower is forgotten, Forgotten as a hre that once was singing gold. Let it be forgotten forever and ever- Time is a kind friend, he will make us old. "lf any one asks, say it was forgotten Long and long ago- As a flower, as a Hre, as a hushed footfall In a long forgotten snow." S. M. Koorz. HOLBINGEH L U 374 Qllnrk 5 ann Qlurls 1921 W IW , Z fr 5: M'-JW E WALL. ' IFRGM nn QLD X . PRINT sf -E 4' ' 5 o ,-,:.vw.WWSx A H A D l o 5 J 5 I E-2 f 1 -:Il ' Hamm f . 2 ' 1 0' T fff Tx - ,' 3 524, 2 ' 1 I m I 'ESI I 1, I 7 XSL: x ,1.1- ORE . RY: Hncunvacw- .SQCIETYA F. W. DAVIES F. B. FITE, JRE... T. D. HOPKINS.. J. H. HENNELLY. H. O. ALLEN G. B. AMBLER E. H. ANDERSON W. ATTEBURY . A. BAIN BEDELL H. BELL . C. BLACKWELL T. BOHANNON BOWYTZ . H. BLANTON . M. BRAXTON Y. BUTTON P. CALDWELL I. E. CARLYLE CARROLL CHILDS gpoargmwpm mW F1 .G. erm P. R. H. CHAMBERLAIN COHEN, JR. H. DENNIS, JR. DEAN J. A. w. C. DEAN C. M. DINKINS J. E. DOBBINS OFFICERS First Term, 1920-21 . .Prcsfzlcnl H. D. SCOTT, JR. .... .. Secrelary Vice Prcsidcnl P. L. SCRUGOS ...... .... T reasurcr Second Term, 1920-21 ..Presirlenl S. K. JOHNSTON .... .. Secrclury Vice President P. L. SCRUGGS ..... .... T reasurer MEMBERS L. W. DOUGLAS W. MCDOWELL T. DUNN S. R. MCCULLOCH R. FLORANCE, JR. N. S. NELSON C. B. FRAZER W. W. PITT, JR. C. A. HARMON S. REINACH. JR. F. H. HARRISON R. W. RIBBLE IVI. C. HARRISON W. L. RIBBLE R. W. HAGAN, JR. F. D. G. RIBBLE W. HAYES H. RIDDICK C. L. HAYWOOD G. T. RIGGIN G. S. I-IELLER H. H. SIMMS H. H. HILL C. SIMPSON B. P. HOLLAND, JR. H. H. SIMONS E. N. ISLIN C. SHERWOOD J. E. JONES E. A. SMITH J. G. KAVANAUGH M. B. WAGENI-IEIM C. E. LOWIVIAN E. WALLERSTEIN J. H. LAVENSTEIN H. R. LEAVELL M. LILLY J. MARCUS H. M. MEYER C. v. MINOR J. H. MCCALL W. A. WILKERSON J. P. WILLIAMS J. A. WILLIAMS WILTSHIRE M. E. WOODHOUSE T. B. WOODY H. F. WRIGHT aomxucun JEFFERSON SOCIETY 376 QIUBIKS HUD QILIIIB l92l fe. aj, A7 0 A ., - -- - i ': -iii , E41 A QA A ff F 2 ,Lkix - v'?5rg.gm, 'j' E ., 17 i- T H W5 . - j Us .R LIT RA R. T' .5159 QTET IA V NxT5'lNjf-ROREY1. -. OFFICERS First Term, 1920-21 ISAAC JAY QUESENBERRY ......................... ......... P rcsfdcnl JOHN GOODWIN MAY, JR. ........ .... V ice Prcsfrlenl NEWTON JEFFRESS PAINTER ..... ....... S ccrclary ROBERT EMMETT JOSEPH ............................ ..... R cporlcr JOHN JENNINC-S JEWELL, JR.. Second Term, 1 920-21 .......Presidcnl NEWTON JEFFRESS PAINTER ...... WALTER SCOTT SMOOT ......... FRANCIS CLAIBORNE MASON .........,....... T. J. ATKINS S. B. AKERS W. M. BASS, JR. H. C. BARKSDALE C. R. BUNDICK N. H. CONNER J. S. CUNNINCHAM R. F. CARVER T. ST. J. CURTIN J. S. CARROLL TED DALTON MEMBERS H. N. FLEMING, JR. J. M. HORD P. H. HOWARD J. J. JEWELL, JR. F. N. JELKS R. E. JOSEPH W. W. KOONTZ C. E. KNIGHT 1. T. MUSSER F. C. MASON J. C. MAY, JR. L. L. DUQUE . . .. Vice President .......Secrelary . , . . .Reporler A. WADE R. R. M. WARREN L.. A. WIC-GS R. B. PURDUM N. j. PAINTER 1. J. QUESENBERRY E. F. RICHTZELL J. A. RICHARDS W. S. SMOOT B. D. SHAFER C.. R. SWANN D. T. MCNAIR uonsmcsn WASHINGTON LITERARY SOCIETY 378 qig ,J thas' anti Qlutls 192' Young IVIen's Christian Association UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Founded Oclolner IZ, 1858 OFFICERS BERNARD P. CI-IAIVIBERLAIN ................... ............ P resident RYLAND M. WARREN ,... ....... ........... V i ce President RODERICK H. JACKSON ......... ....... , Recording Secrelary ELMER I. CARRUTI-IERS ........... ................... T rcasurcr BERNARD P. -CI-IAIVIBERLAIN ...... ,..... A cling General Secrelary RYLAND IVI. WARREN ........... .... S ecrelary of Exlension Work WILLIAM K. SIVIITI-I ............ ...... S ecrclary of Religious Worlf EDMUND M. PRESTON ....... .... S ecreiarp of Accounls and Tennis MRS. ALBERT E. WALKER ................................................,...... Hosless EDWARD P. RUSSELL... WILLIAM K. SMITH ...... Cl-IAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES JAMES P. MASSIE ................... JOHN S. LAWRENCE .... CHARLES L. SAUNDERS JAMES H. HENNELLY... iii.-Q.ig.Qe'.ip' I Q II RYLAND M. WARREN .... JOHN S. LAWRENCE ..... ROBERT Y. BUTTON ..... BENJAMIN G. CHILDS .... ALFRED B. DAVIS ........ DR. IVEY F. LEWIS ....... FRANCIS H. HARRISON. EDWIN H. COPENHAVER. '. '. '. '. '. JOSEPH E. LYLES .......... THOMAS S. HALL ....... Religious Meclings and Chapel .................Missian Slucly .............HospilaI .......Missians .........Missions ..........Exlcnsion .....Mcclical Missions . .. . ..Nigl1l Schools .....Negro Worlf .........Boys' Work ........,....Sclf Help ..............Publicalions ......Sacial Service Slurly ...............Library ....Canferences EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WILLIAM K. SMITH FRANCIS H. HARRISON RODERICK H. JACKSON GEORGE R. MARTIN RYLAND M. WARREN EDWARD P. RUSSELL JOHN S. LAWRENCE EDMUND M. PRESTON ROBERT Y. BUTTON BERNARD P. CHAMBERLAIN BOARD OF DIRECTORS E. A. ALDERMAN, Chairman F. P. DUNNINGTON F. H. SMITH W. A. KEPNER W. M. FORREST J. C. METCALF W. IVI. FORREST, Chairman C. H. HANCOCK H. S. HEDGES ,I. S. DAVIS S. A. MITCHELL ADVISORY BOARD J. C. METCALF J. J. LUCK I. F. LEWIS F. I-I. ABBOT B. P. CHAMBERLAIN W. K. SMITH R. H. WEBB J. J. LUCK H. s. HEDGES uonslmcan Y. M. C. A. CABINET Hum-usou Monaow RIDDICK MAsslE Burron REEDY MARTIN DAvls WILTSIIIRE CMlu:s PRESTON HALL SMITH CNAMBERLAII WARREN RUSSELL MO Q10 rks ann Qlurls 1921 F 713 IFFHFW6 FIPWUPUPIFOO 1iS1PHFF J University Bible Class Y. BUTTON .....,. T. BOHANNON ,.... H. HARRISON. . . .. M. ABBOT B. AKERS H. ANDERSON J. ATKJNS L. BARBOUR S. BARBOUR, JR. . F. BAUSERMAN W. K. BENTON R C sw UQCKFHFUUUZHFU BLACKWELL BOHANNON BOHAN NON BRAXTON BRIGGS BROOME BRUGH BUTTON CARDWELL CHAMBERLAIN COPENHAVER, JR. COHN G. S. COYLE j. S. CUNNINGHAM TED DALTON W. DARE DICKINSON DUNN K. EAGLE .j. EDMONDS EDMUNDS M. ELSWICK .N. FLEMMINO. JR. J. F. FOLK Led by Dr. C. IVIelcaIf OFFICERS MEMBERS H. B. FRAZIER C. B. GLEAVES J. E. GLICK G. L. GOUDY P. GOCHNAUER H. H. GOSNEY A. GRINNAN A. HARMON . HARNER . HARRISON HAYWOOD HOPKINS . HOWARD JACKSON JONES. JR. . JOSEPH H. E. JOYNER j. G. KAVANAUGH H. C. KEISTER WZFHUOFIO WOFWFFIWP O. A. KIRKMAN, JR. C. E. KNIGHT F. E. KOONTZ M. S. LOWMAN MARSHALL LYNN L. A. MCCARDELL D. W. MCGUIRE I. C. MALLORY MCA. MARSHALL A. G. MARTIN R. MOOMAW R. P. MOORE W. L. NASH R. G. NEFF . ........ President .... . . Vice Prcsidenl . . . .Secrclary- Treasurer H. W. O'MEARA N. J. PAINTER L. A. PALMER W. W. PARKINSON J. B. PAYNE M. PEEBLES C. H. PETERSON R. B. PINCHEECK W. C. PITNER W. W. PITT 1. J. QUESENBERRY E. S. QUICK W. O. RAINEY J. H. RIDDICK C. R. ROBINSON M. T. ROSSER H. SAVAGE, JR. W. H. SEBRELL . B. SCHENK L. SCOTT SIMPSON O. SIMPSON, JR. . SHAFER W. SHELHORSE S. SMOOT . D. STEVENS . R. SWANN . 1. THURMAN H. TINSLEY ZACH TOMS D. D. VANCE H. J. WARTHEN, JR. wnomgymvpvw W' 4--in V - T1 ZS? A ,.-,..1.,. . -.- - .. .,.. ,, -- . lmlilxcx-n UNIVERSITY BIBLE CLASS 382 Qlnrks ann QELIITIS 192' , , ww , yi ?r""r'5 OFFICERS JOHN ALBERT MORROW .... ............. ROBERT YOUNG BUTTON ..... GEORGE READ MARTIN ...., JOSEPH HENRY RIDDICK ........ CHARLES WAKEFIELD PAUL ..... EXECUTIVE BOARD DR. JOHN JENNINGS LUCK ..,......................... DR. IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS ...... CHARLES WAKEFIELD PAUL ...... JOSEPH HENRY RIDDICK ..... JOHN ALBERT MORROW .... ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE .... GEORGE READ MARTIN ....... GEORGE COLEMAN REEDY ..... ROBERT YOUNG BUTTON ........... BERNARD PEYTON CHAMBERLAIN .... ........Prcsidenl ...... . Vice President . . . .Recording Secretary . . . .Corresponding Secretary . . ......... Treasurer .... .Faculty , . ..... Faculty ...........Faculty . . . . . .Literary Societies . . . .Honorary Fraternities ..............Publications General Athletic Association . . . .... . .... . Fraternities .... Y. M. C. A. . .Glee and Dramatic Clubs n.smuvu VIRGINIA UNION BOARD CHAmaznLAm Rzznv WILTSHIRE MARTIN Monnow, President BUTTON Rlnulcx 384 Qlnrks ani: flllurls 1921 The Virginia Club To Bring the Universily Closer to the Life and Though! of the People OFFICERS 1920 ARTHUR KYLE DAVIS, JR. ...., .................... .... , P resident FRANCIS HENRY HARRISON ..., ................. ...... S c crelary EXECUTIVE COUNCIL BERNARD PEYTON CHAMBERLAIN VIRGINIUS DABNEY ARTHUR LEE KINSOLVING MEYER HARRY LAVENSTEIN OFFICERS 1921 ROBERT YOUNG BUTTON ....,........,.......... ...... P resident RODERICK HUMES JACKSON .............,............ ...... S ecrelary EXECUTIVE COUNCIL STAIGE DAVIS BLACKFORD FRANCIS HENRY HARRISON BERNARD PEYTON CHAMBERLAIN CHARLES LUNSFORD SAUNDERS THOMAS SELLMAN HALL JOHN ALEXANDER STEWARD ' RYLAND MORTON WARREN VIRGINIA CLUB BOARD A. R. Srmuos CHAMBERLAIN Enmuuns HARRISON DEAN PAGE Dnnnzv 386 QED rks ann Qllurls 1921 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Corks and Curls, Inc. Composed of the General Fralernilies and Literary Societies of lhe University of Virginia Charlered, 1913 lol- OFFICERS FRANK ROBERTSON RE.ADE....Pre5if1enl RUSSELL PARRISH .......... Vice Presiflenl CHARLES LUNSFORD SAUNDERS ...... Secretary-Treasurer v DIRECTORS ' FRANK ROBERTSON READE JOHN .IENNINGS LUCK RUSSELL PARRISH CHARLES LUNSFORD SAUNDERS LEWIS DABNEY CRENSHAW GEORGE READ MARTIN FRANCIS HENRY ABBOT REPRESENTATIVES W. I-I. LAIRD, IR.. .. . .... 'II K 4- W. D. JONES, JR. .... ....K E H. TAYLOR ...... ..... A K E IVI. SWINFORD ........ ..... E N IVI. A. FOSTER ...... ..... 4 I' K 'I' S. IVI. IVIURCHISON ...... .,.... I C A R. F. CARROLL ...... ...,, I 3 0 U F. P. CHRISTIAN, JR. .... .... f If A 9 I-I. W. SAUNDERS .... ..... I 9 A X H. SCHERER ........ .... A T A M. BLACK . ........ .. KI' I' A C. G., ANDREWS ..... ... .A X N. B. IVIADDOX .... ..... E A E M. B. SAVAGE .... .... P3 'I' E IVI. R. BAKER ......... ..... X ff' N. D. HUNTER .... .. ..... N X P B. T. FITZHUGI-I ..... .... A 'I' W. B. BALDWIN ..... ..... A 'II D. W. MATTI'IEWS ..... ..... Z5 X H. I-IENNELLY ...... .... 0 X W. NICKELS ......... ..... I I K A IVI. B. WAGENI-IEIM ............... Z II T W. C. WILLS ............. . ........ A 'l' Q E. I. WALLERSTEIN .............. 'I' E II J. P. IVIASSIE ....................... Z II' C. IVI. BRAXTON .......... Jefferson, Sociely J. JEWELL, JR. ..... ............ W ashinglon Literary Sociely 1 1 1 W uonsmczn CORKS AND CURLS, INCORPORATED 333 QIntk5 E W v mi AMUQ I 3 A 1 , I JW' M IL A 41 I-,Q Y 5' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Q i M GEORGE T. MURRAH. .. E. SCLATER MONTAGUE L. M. BLACKFORD ....... HARRY B. DYCHE ......... STAIGE D. BLACKFORD. CLACK D. HOPKINS J. ALEX. STEWARD HENRY M. HARRIS FRANK R. READE EDWARD G. FENWICK W. P. ADAMS H. O. ALLEN E. H. ANDERSON L. W. ANGLE J. W. APPERSON v. W. ARCHER W. R. ASHBURN lmsj -i01- OFFICERS ...............Commandcr .............ViccCommander . . . . .Afljulanl and Finance Omccr . . . .War Risk lnsurunce Ofhcer ..........SergeanlalArms EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FRANK W. DAVIES JAMES H. HENNELLY WILLIAM T. STRALEY CORNELIUS H. BULL FRANK M. WRAY MEMBERS W. C. BAKER L. R. BROOME H. C. BARKSDALE E. L. BROWN J. W. BARROLL R. A. BROWN T. W. BATES H. E. BRUGH B. M. BELL T. R. BUNTING MUNRO BLACK H. G. BURKS, JR. G. B. BRIGGS R. W. BYRD ann Qlurls 1921 1921 Qlurks :Inn Qlurls 389 BRYAN CARVER E. P. CARDWELL M. D. CI-IALKLEY J. S. CHALMERS N. D. Cl-IAPMAN B. C. CLEAVE A. B. COLEMAN. JR. R. C. COLEMAN E. H. COPENHAVER, M. B. COWLING W. P. COX. JR. C. S. COYLE H. S. CUMMINC, JR. J. B. DARDEN, JR. F. S. DARWIN A. B. DAVIES. JR. j. D. DEAL W. R. DILLARD C. M. DINKINS E. B. ELLIS J. A. PANT E. H. PITE C. R. PENWICK P. B. FITE, JR. H. C. FORREST P. M. FOWLKES C. D. FOX, JR. C. P. CAMBLE R. A. CIBBONS R. S. GILL C.. H. CILDERSLEEVE W. H. GOODWIN A. C. GORDON, JR. P. B. GREEAR J. D. GREEN T. I-I. CRESHAM E. C. CRIMMER ANDREW CRINNAN E. C. HAMBLEN L. C. I-IARMAN P. H. HARRISON ' M. C. HARRISON E. C. HATHAWAY, JR. P. HELVESTINE, JR. T. H. HENDERSON W. I-l. HENDREN, JR. J. T. HICKS R. B. HIDEN H. M. HOWARD M. M. JANVIER D. H. JARVIS W. M. JENKINS S. K. JOHNSTON T. D. JONES H. C. JOYNER D. C. KEISTER R. I-I. KELLY L. W. KELLY P. C. KUHN H. H. LANNICAN J. D. LAWRENCE W. O. LEPTWICH J. H. LUSCINIAN J. E. LYLES N. B. LYNCH O. J. MACLAUGHLIN A. M. MAHOOD C. D. MAI-IOOD J. S. J. MANNINC, JR. JOSEPH MARCUS MCALISTER MARSHALL C.. R. MARTIN J. P. MASSIE REUBEN MAURY W. D. MCCLELLAN H. C. MCKEE, JR. L. A. MELSHEIMER W. H. MEWBOURNE ERNEST MOORE. JR. J. E. MOORE H. P. MORRIS J. J. MORRIS, JR. H. B. MULHOLLAND I. T. MUSSER B. B. NICHOLSON W. D. NORRIS W. H. NORTON - B. J. O-HARA C. B. M. O'KELLEY H. E. PERSINCER P. C. PINKERTON W. E. PINNER E. M. PRESTON T. L. PRESTON D. M. PRINCE L. B. PRINCE H. L. PUGH P. B. PULMAN MCDANIEL PURCELL D. P. RALPH F. S. REMSCHEL C. J. RHEINLANDER G. W. RHODES P. N. RHODES F. G. RIBBLE, JR. R. E. ROUND H. D. SCOTT CR. I. SELZER C. S. SHACKELFORD A. R. SHANDS, JR. C. K. SHANDS R. E. SHANDS L. B. SHEPPARD J. A. SIMMS CURTIS SIMPSON A. W. SIMS J. R. SMALL J. S. SPIVEY, JR. J. C. SPRICC, JR. C. J. STUART FRANK TALBOTT, JR. A. W. H. TAYLOR J. H. TAYLOR C. S. TITUS. JR. R. B. TORBETT B. D. TUCKER, JR. A. J. VERNON M. M. WALLACE J. F. WHITE W. H. C. WHITE R. G. WIATT J. A. WILLIAMS P. S. WILLIAMS L. H. WILLIAMSON R. L. WILLIS J. L. WILLS E. WILTSHIRE C. P. WINSLOW S. B. WITT L. E. YAKEL J. H. YOE 390 QI U rks ann Qlurls. I92I ALVIN OAKES ....... J. S. BEGUIRISTAIN .. O. A. KIRKMAN, jR.... N. C. NICHOUSON ..... C. E. KNIGHT ...... DR. RICHARD WILSON DR. JAMES C. BARDIN W. E. KNIGHT P. L. SCRUGGS J. H. HUFFARD W. T. DENT R. E. BUSH R. W. HAGAN C. L. YOWELL J. A. WILLIAMS L. C. BERTRAM J. G. WILLIAMS C. R. LARKIN 1. T. FULLER W. F. MANNING W. W. PITT, JR. E. PRESTON C. B. TAVENNER R. MAURY T. C. GRIFFIN R. M. WARREN ALVIN OAKES W. W. MOSS, JR. W. KYLE SMITH C. B. FRAZER El Liceo HiSpanO OFFICERS MEMBERS P. N. RHODES R. E. TOWNSEND C. T. TURNER, IR. N. C. NICHOLSON H. C. PITNER J. M. BUTLER F. N. CALDWELL G. D. COOPER E. S. MOORE, JR. J. R. SANDERLIN R. M. STEDMAN R. B. GAITHER S. S. HATCHETTE A. W. OLSON B. B. HART I. G. TRENT J. A. CALHOUN W. R. QUINN E. S. QUICK W. N. ELLIS C. E. KNIGHT J. D. GREEN L. H. CONLY, IR. E. H. COPENHAVER D. T. MCNAIR ....Vicc . . . .Corresponding R. B. PINCHBECK L. W. DOUGLAS P. P. KIPPING G. R. DUDLEY J. A. SCRUGGS, JR. MUNRO BLACK I. S. SCOTT J. S. BEGUIRISTAIN R. D. SKILLINGS L. P. NICKELL R. L. STALLINGS G. C. STARK G. T. SHANNON H. B. MCKAY H. B. ARGO W. D. HART C. B. GLEAVES W. C. MURPHY H. H. HILL H. M. BESOSA H. D. SCOTT M. B. MCDAVITT B. M. GOODRICH A. B. DAVIES, JR. O. A. KIRKMAN Presfclenl President Secrelary Treasurer Sccrelary 1921 Qllurks ann Qlur Ig 391 The Women's Self Government Association OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA ROSE MAY DAVIS ....... LILA MORSE BONNER ......... MARY CATHARINE GRAVES ...... PEARL VIVIAN WILLOUGHBY .... MARY KATI-IARINE SMITH .... AUGUSTA LYELL BLUE LILA MORSE BONNER ROSE MAY DAVIS SARA RUTH DEAN MARY CATHARINE GRAVES YELENA GRGITCH ANITA HART HELEN E. I-IOWARTH CORA SNIDER IRWIN EZLINOR JOSEPHINE .IOHNSON l,T, OFFICERS Presidenl , . . . Vice President Sccrelary Treasurer Rcpresenlalivc Comes AND CURLS MEMBERS MARGARET KIMBROUGH CATHARINE REBECCA LIPOP RUTH SPOTSWOOD MASON MARGUERITE PRICE MURPHY MAUDE STOVALL PRESSLY MARY KATHARINE SMITH MARGARET KNOWLES SPEIDEL ROSALIE EVA TATUM ELIZABETH NELSON TOMPKINS PEARL VIVIAN WILLOUGHBY MARY LOUISE WHITEHEAD 392 Clarks ann Qlurls 192 N151 Prius Founded at the Universily of Virginia. April 15, i920 MEMBERS CHARLES EDGAR GILLIAM ROMULUS CULVER SMITH GEORGE SCOTT SHACKELFORD, JR. JAMES WALKER STITES WILLIAM CURTIS BOK SAMUEL BROWN WITT MICHAEL BENJAMIN WAGENHEIM BLACKSTONE DRUMMOND AYRES CORNELIUS HOLLAND BULL RICHARDSON BRONSON ROBERT YOUNG BUTTON EASTWOOD DAVIDSON HERBERT FRANCIS BARTOW FITE ANSON WALES HARD TAYLOR THOMAS HAZLEHURST MIDDLETON TAZEWELL TAYLOR, jn. THOMAS LEWIS PRESTON ELLSWORTH WILTSHIRE 192' QIUIZIIS ann CEU! Virginia Chapter of the Cosmopolitan Clubs Founded al Cornell, 1897. Eslablislzed, 1920 lg-- OFFICERS RANDALL TAYLOR ELLIOTT ................... ........ P resident GUSTAVO BEGUIRISTAIN ..... ..... V ice President HUGH NEELY FLEMMING, Jn. ,... ........ S ecretary JUAN S. BEGUIRISTAIN ,............................... .... T reasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY JAMES COOK BARDIN, M. D. ALBERT GEORGE ADAM BALZ, M. A., PH. D. GUSTAVO BEGUIRISTAIN JUAN S. BEGUIRISTAIN RANSOM FULLER CARVER HUGH NEELY FLEMMING, JR. WILLIAM WARREN DICKERSON RANDALL TAYLOR ELLIOTT SILAS COLLEGE FULTON LEWIS RICHARD SEATON MACCARTENEY MARC PETER, JR. WILLIAM KYLE SMITH LAW CARL HAAS MOSELY HUGH DOGGETT SCOTT, JR. MEDICINE ELDRIDGE CHAMBERS 1 5 393 394 QIIJIZRS Huh CEIIEIS '92 'MWA' - ""' fl ""' --"', ""' -1 "" 5 1.1 ID :I 7: v - -If .-'j f'. 1: 4.0 D19 .1,':., ' : 1' I 5 ry' J: U29 - B f mf - ' I g I :....: A wi U xii U il!! 0 ' - J SE, OFFICERS KINLOCH NELSON YELLOTT .... ..,.......... .,,...... P f emlenl WILLIAM WESTON, JR. ........... ....,. V ice Preslzlenl WILLIAM HUNTER .DRBUTTS .................... .............. S ccrelafy-Tnasurcr MEMBERS J. T. ALSOP G. P. GAMBLE J. P. MASSIE J. AMBLER T. R. GOODWIN C. V. MINOR J. W. AVIRETT R. GRAYSON E. B. MORTON B. M. BAKER, JR. J. N. GREEAR, JR. T. K. PARRISH C. R. F. BAKER A. B. GRINNAN C. C. PLUMMER M. BLACK T. S. HALL E. M. PRESTON L. M. BLACKFORD W. R. HANCKEL T. L. PRESTON S. D. BLACKFORD P. H. HARDING B. A. PRETLOW C. BILLUPS R. HARRISON F. R. READE M. BOYD E. C. HATHAWAY W. L. RIBBLE J. W. BOSWELL E. D. HERBERT H. RINEHART, JR. R. W. BYRD A. H. HODGSON R. R. RINEHART C. C. CARLIN, JR. C. V. HOLLAND C. W. ROBINSON, JR. R. A. CARRINGTON, J H. M. HOWARD H. P. SEWARD C. M. CATLETT M. M. JANVIER S. SEWARD G. B. COCHRAN D. J. JARVIS R. SHEPHERD V. DABNEY W. M. JENKINS C. S. SHEILD J. DANIEL J. W. JERVEY P. B. SHEILD A. B. DAVIS H. G. KAMINER C. J. STUART J. S. DAVIS, JR. E. F. KLOMAN H. L. TATNALL W. H. DEBUTTS W. H. LAIRD T. TAYLOR, JR. W. Q. DRFUNIAK J. T. LEWIS C. TUNSTALL R. B. DRIVER J. L. MCVOY C. C. WERTENBAKER J. W. DUNN M. P. MACGILL W. WESTON, JR. C. A. FERGUSON B. D. MANNING G. F. WEYMAN H. L. FERGUSON, JR. J. MASON T. WILSON R. B. L. FLEMING, JR. W. L. MARBURY D. J. WOOD H. W. GAMBLE T. S. MARTIN K. N. YELLOTT 192' Qlnrks ann Qllurls 395 WEEE ....,..... OFFICERS jOI-IN B. CHEESMAN .... .............,. ....... P r widen! HENRY P. FOSTER ..... .,...... V ice President P. BERYL SCHENK .... ........................... ...... S e crclary-Tr easu rer HONORARY MEMBERS DR. W. R. WARREN T. F. BALL MEMBERS W. C. STEPHENSON R. L. WILLIS W. A. BROWN W. M. CAMP B. T. FITZHUGH RUSSELL PARRISI-I M. R. BAKER W. H. HENDRON J. A. LILE E. M. PARRISH R. R. PARRISH C. T. YOUNG C. B. NORTHROP J. R. SMALL s. C. WARD C. 5. VALENTINE ELLIS BROWN G. S. SHACKELFORD L. W. KELLEY PHILIP HAMILTON HARRY ORR j. T. BAXTER B. F. FINNEY C. C. WALKER A. B. CUTCHIN JOHN HAMILTON A. H. HARRIS A. M. METCALFE. T. C. BRUNS G. T. SMITH WILLIAM BALDWIN 396 Qllurks ann Qlurls '92 Q J l Iv :fs I n , T" ' frm I .. ' I 1 XXX 'fslff J L.. L2 A i i-fix' LE 2 ... - -' , -E2 'I S5322 B EEE? - -A !g,,,., ' ULEEQEE-,, 7T' lj J Iumuu L I J ffh f 7' jg L J H- -N012 9 F B- I V: Daman OFFICERS MICHAEL WAGENHEIM ... ...,..,.. ,... ALFRED DAVIS ........... WILLIAM BALDWIN EASTON TOWNSEND .... .............. MEMBERS WALTER ADAMS WILLIARD ASHBURN BEN BAKER WILLIAM BALDWIN ARMISTEAD BAYNE HERMAN BENNETT RUSSELL BENNETT CARROLL BILLUPS MUNRO BLACK RICHARD BYRD CHARLES CAKE JOSEPH CAPLAN JOHN COLE WILLIAM COUPLAND ALBERT CREECY ALFRED DAVIS WILLIAM DEITRICK IRVING DIXON ROBERT DRIVER WESLEY DYER JOHN ELEY WILLIAM EARANT CARL PORSBERG CUSTIS GARRISON BERRYMAN GREEN JOHN GRONER ROBERTSON HANCKEL RUFUS HEATH JAMES HENNELLY EASTWOOD HERBERT ALAN HOPHEIMER RICHARD HOEHEIMER HOWARD HOLLAND CHARLES HUDSON GEORGE JACOB MACK JENKINS EDWARD KYLE JOHN LAWRENCE ALBERT LEFAUCHER EUGENE LOWENBERG CECIL LOWENBERG GEORGE MARTIN DEBRUCETON LOWENBERG .........Prcsic1cnI ...,.VIce President . . . . . Secrclary . . . . . Trcasurgr LEROY MARGOLIUS FRANCIS MASON WILLIAM NASH WILLARD PARKER BOGART PRETLOW JULIAN RUEEIN WILCOX RUFFIN I-IOWARD SAUNDERS LANIER SAWYER MILLARD SAVAGE JOSEPH SCOLNICK DONALD SHRIVER RICHARD SMITH ARMISTEAD SUTTON HUME TAYLOR TAZEWELL TAYLOR, Jn HERBERT TERRY EASTON TOWNSEND JOHN TWOHY MICHAEL WAGENHEIM EDWIN WHITE HARRY WI-IITE 1921 Qllotks ann 6111315 397 2 l D f- . gs 1' Q L 'S fl --1 f ' 3 O, K Ts --N fl' 3.-.T . Q rs J -, '-41+ - W 1' H G Q- N TL. 6 1 l'-'ifgwl ' 'X 'A:' V . R u T54 2 .iff L . I. M- . .P U ' -T' f"'1Zff?-ff2'Z' Southwest VIrgIn1a Club OFFICERS R. NEFF ............. ................. . . ......... Presfdenl S. B. AKERS ......................... .... ..... .......... V i c e President E. H. COPENHAVER, JR. .,...,............................. .... S ecrelary and Treasurer LEWIS A. AKERS Sl-IELDON B. AKERS DR. FRED ALLISON Tl-IOMAS J. ATKINS OSCAR F. BARNS JESSE E. BAUCHMAN DR. CARL BISHOP C. E. BONES, JR. J. M. CAMPBELL D. C. CONNER E.. H. COPENHAVER, JR. THOMAS ST. j. CURTAIN TED DALTON W. F. DAVENPORT T. E.. DICKERSON JAMES C. DICKEY WALTER M. ELSWICK l-l. P. FRANKLIN H. B. FRAZIER, JR. W. M. GAMMON COLORS: Blue Grass and While Clover Morro: Baller Roads and More Corn ' MEMBERS Dre. W. P. GRAHAM FRED B. CREEAR DR. J. N. CREEAR, JR. J. W. HICKS JOHN T. HICKS BAYARD T. HORTON W. P. HOWARD J. H. HUFFARD W. W. HUNT E. M. JOHNSTON E. F. KAHLE D. C. KEISTER W. O. LEFTWICH DICE LINEBERRY M. S. LOWMAN J. I-I. LUSCINIAN DAVID W. MCCUIRE E. T. MOORE SIDNEY MULLINS I. T. MUSSER W. L. NASH, JR. R. J. NEFF WILLIAM NICKELS C. R. NUCKOLLS J. S. PEERY J. P. C. PETER H. GRAHAM PRESTON S. HENRY PRESTON I. J. QUESENBERRY FRANK R. READE SAM H. RIVERS EDGAR H. ROWE T. K. SEXTON BANE D. SHAFER HAROLD M. SHUFF WILLIS M. SPRINKLE R. C. THOMPSON R. C. WATERHOUSE JAMES P. WILLIAMS WILLIAM H. WOODS 398 QED rks ann Qlurls 1921 Kb 47 J 1- 'Elf c. ' 5'- , . ., . - I. ge-1:-1 f G fl EQQTYSCQTTEDQAQ 125 Q 2 QTY? Alexandria Club OFFICERS HENRY MOORE HOWARD ...... ......,..... ROBERT EDWIN GRAHAM ....... HERBERT WALTON O'MEARA ............................ MEMBER IN FACULTATE GARDNER LLOYD CARTER, PH. D. HERBERT ALLEN WILLIAM BLAKE ALBERT V. BRYAN BROWSE BURKE CHARLES C. CARLIN, JR. EDGAR DARE LAURENCE G. FAWCETT ALVIN FRIEDLANDER EDWIN GRAHAM BROOKE HOWARD HONORARY MEMBER HARRY j. WARTI-IEN MEMBERS HARRY HOWARD STANLEY KING HERBERT KNIGHT HUGH MARSH C. B. MORTON, II HERBERT O'MEARA EVERETT POI-IL P. BOOTHE PULMAN FORREST REMSCI-IELL F. P. WEST ........Prcsic1cnl Vfcc Presfclcnl . . . . . .Treasurer 192' Qlnrks ann Qlurls F399 C. D. FOX ......... A. B. COLEMAN ,... . N. j. PAINTER ..... R. P. BARNES R. W. BARNES T. M. BOYD W. M, BROWN H. E. BRUGH A. B. COLEMAN R. O. COLEMAN F. E. DAVIS J. M. DAVIS W. W. DICKERSON Roanoke Club .l OFFICERS MEMBERS M. A. FOSTER C. D. FOX J. O. FOX V. H. FRIEND R. A. C-IBBONS C. B. GLEAVES F. HELVESTINE j. C.. KAVANAUGI-I W. W. KOONTZ L. G. MUSE N. j. PAINTER . ..... Presfcleni ...........Vicc Presidcnl . . . . .Sccrelary and Treasurer V. R. PARRACK J. C. PARROTT H. E. PERSINC-ER C. L. SAUNDERS P. B. SCHENK W. M. SMITH W. C. STEPHENSON E. D. STEVENS C. E. STONE R. F. STONE 400 QILUtk5 H11-U QIIIIIS 1921 . . 1 G: - "' --4 , 0 1 I TO rnlgumm ,"' M Charlottesville High School Club BENJAMIN G. PEYTON ..... LANGDON F. HANKINS .... FRED R. WILSON ........ NORMAN H. WINDSOR .... PHILIP ALLEN H. COMPTON BARKSDALE JOHN BARRINGER HAWTHORNE BATTLE JAMES BATTLE JOHN BELL v. KERFOOT BROWN OGDEN W. BROWN ROBERT A. BROWN ERNEST BROWN JOSEPH A. BURTON LAWRENCE S. CANNON GEORGE W. CASSELL DORLAND COOK NATHANIEL D. CHAPMAN ERNEST DAVIS WILLIAM DAWSON ,i-. OFFICERS MEMBERS HERBERT DEANE ORMOND DEANE CARROLL DEWEES ROLAND GRAHAM LANGDON F. HANKINS WILLIAM D. HART JAMES G. JOHNSON JAMES JUSTICE BURBRIDGE YANCY RAYMOND JACKSON E. CORWITH JOLLIFF HERMAN KLOTZ RICHARD H. KELLY EDWARD O. MCCUE, JR. CLARENCE N. MCPEAK H. MALCOM MARKWOOD ALLAN MITCHELL ....... Presizlcnl . . . . . Vice Prcsfzlcnl ....... .Secretary . . . . Treasurer EUGENE OGILSVIE JAMES M. PAGE, JR. BENJAMIN G. PEYTON H. LAMONT PUC-H G. COLEMAN REEDY W. AUBURN RUNKLE R. WATSON SADLER ALFRED STEVENS MARVIN TATUM ROBERT WADDELL FREDERICK WIGHT FRED R. WILSON NORMAN H. WINDSOR E. CLINTON WINGFIELD J. EDWIN WOOD, JR. WILLIAM WHEELER EARLE WHEELER RICHARD T. ERGENBRIGHT CHARLES LEE QUAINTANCE 1921 Qlnrks ann Qlurls 401 JOHN H. DAVIDSON .... CHARLES R. FENWICK. .. LAWRENCE W. DOUGLAS HARALSON B. ARGO MORGAN BIRGE RANDOLPH F. CARROLL G. DANIEL COOPER HUGH S. CUMMING HEATH D. DAVIDSON RANDALL T. ELLIOTT EDWARD G. FENWICK CHARLES R. LARKIN FULTON LEWIS tern Q11 Elubyl OFFICERS . . . . . . . President Vice Presfdcnl Secrclary and Treasurer MEMBERS RICHARD S. MACCARTENEY JOHN C. MACKALL MARGUERITE P. MURPHY ALFRED R. SHANDS GEORGE K. SHANDS RICHARD E. SHANDS ALBERT WALKER BENJAMIN S. WARREN HUGH WARREN DEVERE WEEDON 402 Clarks ann Qlurls '92 Mississippi Club 7- Y--- - OFFICERS H. I-I. RATCLIFFE ................,. ...... P rcsulenl W. O. SWANN ........ .,.... V icn Prasnlcnl C. B. M. O'KELLEY .... .... S ecrctary freasurer MEMBERS G. M. BAGGETT. JR. F. LUCAS M. A. BIEDENHORN W. F. CRAIG, JR. S. R. DEAN W. R. DOVE B, T. FITZHUGH E. C. HAMBLEN P. M. HARDING, JR. C. G. A. HARMON ANITA HART T. J. HAYS R. L. HINDS R. H. LAKE J. H. LAW, JR. J. W. MQCLINTOCK S. R. MCCLINTOCK A. F. MAGRUDER A. G. METCALFE C. s. MITCHELL J.J.1v1YERS,JR. S. R. REEVES v. K. ROGERS R. L. STALLINGS W. E. STURGIS J. S. WATSON F. L. WEILLE E. B. WRIGHT 921 Qlurks nun Qlurls 4? 7: I XII"-I if 42 rw S ' , an A La? 9 T WL "--rv ' ' QE: I 'll' 'I Iam.. ' MISS VIRGINIA WOOD MISS SUSAN COLSTON WILSON W. THORNTON MARTIN CARL ZEISBERG LAUNCELOT M. BLACKFORD PHILIP B. SHEILD ECCLES D. EVERI-IART TYLER B. KIENER HENRY j. LAWRENCE STANISLAW J. MAKIELSKI RUSSELL PARRISH HENRY S. RORER C. STEWART SHEILD JAMES W. STITES HARRY j. WARTHEN, JR. FREDERICK S. WIGHT EDWARD W. WITHERS l 4 ms af Sf., XPS V fy gvs- f. lj- . '-Iiijll .YC3-lf9"Mwlx'?'gi7-1 ., -. .. fa'- A Fable of Honor GOD lived well pleased with Eden 'till Satan crept under the gates and stung all things with a desire for forbidden fruit. Then that was which should not have beeng lVlan betrayed his trust and was driven out to tight the ight against Ignorance- for Ignorance is the sin of sins. But Nlan went not alone into the chaos of the untutored earth: Deep cleft in his very heart was a vision of the best that was and is in Paradise. Ages upon ages the struggle went on. And Nlan grew in soberness of soul, in beauteousness of art, in usefulness of service, in sureness of knowledge, in fineness of dreams, and in mightiness of con- quest. Then lvlan grew great with Freedom. Un- til there came Une lvlan with the mind of a giant, and he felt in his heart the vague vestige of the vision of the best that was and is in Paradise, and he dreamed the dream over again in his own way -the great dream of the one thing the possession of which will insure success, beautify art, make God-like service, sanctify truth, enrich friendship, and enhance the soul. And thething he dreamed is Honor. GNN. 1-2 f' A l L. -s-.a, f- 490 - J- e 'lv 'S A , ,-5 4, s- tae.-s Q, ,jd- "l -1'9" I I f 59 '-Ts?" X , ...ogg 313 ' T' l' X K f f' A X 67? v diff 'J Nw OF 3 i ff. .36 Y D SSH 984,345 Q2 2 ' 'T 'X 0 . "T I ,ln 75.63 I W .. . in ' , - . 3 E Q - - - v Q. - .. 'Tk "' N1 ',..".3r' 'fi-. f A Q3 5 it i 1 X 1 wig 'TZ 'A " ' ""' l?"'?'f"o--f Lf ,Nr 'W' 'ici-T' 4' isgfliii 'QTYF A-A-,xy-, J -Q' MItpf..,atAi,.J,.s,,:QIi !,f?: .- Xxxlgq-VEi," 5,1 ,Z .. ,V-a Q35 "xiii, 11 21-1-, 4, There is a chosen spot in the soul of the world, diamond-set in a sapphire valley. Fair arethe aged purple hills that shield it from the winter winds, but fairer still, the mid-spring skies a-blossom with re- membrance. And all the air is pervaded by an incense that fills the souls of men and becomes of them a part. For it is there that the great dreamer of a greater dream has builded an institution of rare classic beauty and of a rarer spirit-a spirit that is pregnant with Knowledge, Service, and Honor. Each year young men go there to learn from books and to carry on in the never-ending battle against Ignorance. Some learn much of letters while some learn little, but that thing which makes the valley a chosen spot in the soul of the world permeates their soul with a passing fine perfume until they hold with all men that there is one great- er truth: Knowledge is naught without Honor. There is a chosen spot in the soul of the world: The men who were are a part of itg the men to be are the hope of it. lt is something of hills, green spaces, colonnades, moon mist, and sunshine, but withal finer than anything that man can put his hand upon-The University of Virginia. cms. E. oiiimivi E E35 3 s-3.- a i d Q s f. it . an fr N W ig n fill B- F' !llll X c ' ' I , . i. xx, D I -7 45 illlplllmmnnlnllllllqx .ml mill! IIIIIIIL M I In ' W ull , T- ' w .Q-4? fJ I ' 90:1 xi- 4 K K 3v v:"x Xx x WWE E ' 1921 ctlinrks :nun Qiurls' 407 .. ,. .. , - " f v 5 -A'- ' Q E' ' f x , , ctw? PA 1 ll! if I : 1 "' L- L A J ' 'W ,. N' MW 'iff we - .......... .........,., 2' is Q lg il, E sf a w L H. if is eeef at s- Acaclemic Department . . Aclois fpoemj . . . Advertisements . . Appreciation . . . Art fpoemb . . . Athletics: G. A. A. ........ . WC3l'Cl'S of the "V" Football .... Baseball . . . Track ..... Basket-Ball ..... Boarcl of Visitors . Bruce, Philip Alexander By the Light O' the Moon . Cheerio ........... Class Fraternities ..... Clubs and Organizations Co-Ecls .......... Come Le Rose .... Corner Cates, The . . . Crash, The ,.... Dedication 408 Qlnrks anti Qlurls 1921 Degrees Conferred ...... . . . l40 Department of Education . . . . 82 Dogs in the Manger . . . . . . 222 Editorial ............. . . . 347 Engineering Department . . . . . . I I9 Fable of Honor, A ................ . . . 404 Faculty ........................... . . I I Friends of College Days CA Retrospectj . . . . . . I48 First Year Athletics .................. . . . 299 Graduate Department .... ....... . . . I33 Greek Letter Fraternities . . . . . I49 Honorary Societies ..... . . . 35l Honor Men, The . . . . 7 Jefferson, Thomas . . . . . 227 Last Soiree, The ..... . . . 2l3 Law Department ........ . , . 83 Maker of Rhymes, The . . . . . . . . . 220 Mclntyre, Paul Goodloe ......... . . . 2I0 Memoriam-Albert Middleton Wrenn . . . 31 Medical Department ............ . . . I07 Mirage fPoemD ........ . . . . . . 366 Nevermore ......... . . . 232 On Lambeth Field .... . . . 262 Publications ........... . . . 33I Review of Year's Athletics . . .... 285 Seven ..............,. . . . 370 Societies ............ .... 3 I 7 Statistical Table .......... .... I 46 Sweet Nothings CPoemQ ..... .... 3 O4 Virginia CA Centennial Ode, . . . . . . . 203 IL L41 1 1 Q09 QQQQQQ ll OOO QQ QQQ 3 3 0650 8 K? O 5 0 1935359 EE 11 1mff +V Y 1 - 1 1 A ,N - f ,,Y -V-- -Y --Y Q S -, ,,,A ,ml QU A f JI1 Oigfigmwagb' A Af 1 11 52501 ez, 1 .1 . ,A oo, so 3 1 , -111 1 1,1 H 1g'5,Qf 5H1 1 5 ilu , 1 H 1 11,1 1 ig ji Li' HDVERTISEIVIENTS ESTABLISHED IBIS V 5 ? S' Ceoeee s eep Qmrlmmis' lurnislyirig mhz, MADISON AVENUE COP. FORTY-FOURTH STREET NEW YORK . . y l 4 f'A' 'N BROOKS y ONLY A l .f ' , . BROTHERS' l ggltglii5li1s .t .. t STEP FROM l L- ' 'Q l New Building it i Grand Central, Telephone an it l Subway, and Murray Hill I ri g Many Leading ssoo 5 mm I Hotels Q 'l7:' :9?f: 3 'lu ' 2 ' T -Q ' H Pl'-7 "ai Suits and Overcoats Ready made or to Measure All Garments for Riding, Driving, Hunting and Golf Motor Clothing, Liveries and Furs English and Domestic Hats and Caps for Town or Country I Boots and Shoes for Dress, Street or Sporting Wear Imported Hand Bags, Suit Cases, Portmanteaux, Trunks, etc. Send for Illuslraled Calaloguc A Representative of BROOKS BROTHERS makes frequent visits to Charlottesville BOSTON NEWPORT TREMONTCOR. BOYLSTCN 220 BELLEVUE AVENUE 410 no t zlv ffzcfzlvpeiesazbfe that a proper banking connection be effected by young men on their entrance upon the duties and responsibilities of a business or professional career. A conservatively progressive Trust Company provides every facility and is the ideal institution for those who need hehnful service. The business of particular young men is invited by Trim C077?d71j! gf ofwlt NORFOLK, VIRGINIA G G G CAPITAL-ONE MILLIGN DOLLARS ...- .....'.'.' ....... 411 RQ QQQQQQQQQQQQ. e Peoples National Bank CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. , Resources Over 35,000,000.00 T OFFICERS GEO. R. B. MICHIE, Prcsidcnt I H. M. GLEASON, V. President R. A. WATSON, V. Pres. sr Trust Ofliccr J. B. WOOD, V. President NV. VV. WADDELL, Active V. President T T. E. POWERS, V. President H. R. BOSWEL L, V. President ' H. A. DINWIDDIE, Cashier C. W. WATTS, Assistant Cashier N E. B. PERRY, Assistant Cashier X EB G9 - Rothschild said: "I won't lend you money, but I will let you walk arm in arm with me across the floor of the Stock Exchange. And so through life men are judged by their "associates"-by thc friends or "That will get you all the credit you need." . acquaintances with whom they keep company. Likewise are depositors measured and weighed according to the bank with which they do business. Give your Bank account Prestige! E9 93 OLDEST LARGEST STRONGEST "Nearly Fifty Years on the Path of True Banking" QQQQQQQ QQLEQQR 1 NZ! 1 IVERSITY 0fVIRGIN A CH ARLOT TESVILLE, VIRGINIA EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL. D. PRESIDENT EBGB Tuition in Academic Departments free to Virginians. All other expenses reduced to a minimum. Loan Funds available. The following departments are represented: I. The College.-In the College, courses are offered in thirty or more subjects. By virtue of the elective system, the undergraduates can select any one of a large number of liberal four-year courses, leading to a degree of Bachelor of Arts or fculturalj Bachelor of Science. Business and Commerce: A four-year program is offered in these subjects, leading to the degree of B. S. in Commerce. Fine Arts: Courses are offered in Art and Musicg also a four-year course in Architecture, leading to the degree of B. S. in Architecture. Additional Vocational Degrees: Four-year courses are offered leading to the degrees of B. S. in Chemistry, B. S. in Biology, B. S.. in Medicine, etc. Women are admitted as candidates for the above vocational degrees on special terms. II. Department of Graduate Studies.-This department offers opportunity for ad- vanced instruction in the subjects taught in the College. The degrees offered are Master of Arts, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy. Open to men and women on same terms. III. Department of Engineering.-Five distinct courses are offered, leading to degrees in Civil, Mining, Mechanical, Electrical, and Chemical Engineering and requiring for their completion four years each. Open to women on special terms.. IV. Department of Law.-The course covers three years of study. The Library facil- ities are excellent. Open lo women on special terms. V. Department of Medicine.-The course is a four-year one. The University Hos- pital is owned and managed by the University: advantages are given students of this depart- ment usually enjoyed only by internes. Open to men and women on same terms. VI. Department of Education.-Courses are offered for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Education. Graduate work for the lVIaster's Degree and the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Women having credit for thirty session hours of academic work in a standard college admitted, providing they are twenty years of age. State teachers' scholarships are available for men: loan funds for both men and women. VII. The Summer Quarter.-The Summer Quarter is divided into two terms of six weeks each and courses are offered for College credit. Degrees conferred for summer worlc on men and women. The Master's Degree may be obtained in three summer quarters. Courses are offered to meet entrance requirements or to absolve conditions. In addition to these, numerous courses are given for the professional training of elementary teachers, high- school principals, high-school teachers and school administrators. For further information concerning the admission of women, catalogue, announcements, etc., address: THE REGISTRAR, University, Va. -H3 ifru nmw or FURNITURE rlliiili E Riel R, , ., OF SUPERIOR DESIGN ANU QUA1,1'1'Y lgglger, .gQgggQ5,?Q,f ".- ' , . - O Q 0 Q G i I KLEARFLAX LINEN RUGS MADE IN NINE A'I"l'RACTIVE COLORS ' Nfl ,T -R SUITABLE RoR ANY Room IN gl 'VH E HOUSE ig I M .I . l if' 5 i - Columbla Grafonolas 85 Records Gilmore Furniture Company 320 East Main Street CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA 2j:::::::::::::::::::::::::+ ?:::::::::::::::::::e::,::: White House Lunch if University Drug- 0 ' 1: Store --AT THE CORNER" V J I ml P. PARADIS, Proprietor Ei T66 Ojdeyf and Bent xx::::::::::::::::::-+ 1+ W. H. SHEPPE U111vers1ty Homemade gg Candy Shop :Q AGENT FOR HUYLERS CANDY just beyond J'O1'1I1SOI'1'S HOMEMADE CANDIES UNIVERSITY XIIRGINIA 'I'lQI.EPHcNE 557 "'l'uE CORNER" ::::::::::::::::--:::::.g- .Q,-:,::::-:,:::::::-::ina: 414 we Fi 7 fix ' ' Z! ia , , V E V- 'X F ,- 2 ,i X f, f X l X ' ""' N' -Ryo ' X. X X SW if H-X i , i X ' X I , X XX Xl' N W if Xxxix VX 'K 'M Ati x f If SX .X , ,i -I 1 , g . H, .5 .1 1 3 : 1.1, K, -X ' 1 4 Sv i . .i a4Ti'f'7'QF,"w1 M- A I .., ,Ill " ' 7' ,v'.,fI. ' X , ,ii 3, jr W f fliqiz if L , f"ii Im L72 Lf" Q. ff qffffwxif Lip '- -gr 1 d ef- ' "1 ' l'f'T' 1- '- lo fi' f 42--fi 5.1iiiimiiiiilLiDf!lf'9iijaffa2Q'!1 ALQJJ .1 To be fashionable a cigarette need not be expensive. In fact, at most exclusive clubs and smart hotels the preference is for a relatively inexpensive cigarette-Fatima. Of course, it is only logical that Fatima should appeal to the dis- criminating smoker, for, not only does Fatima's "just-enough- Turkishnblend lack the oily heavi- ness of the expensive, straight Turkish cigarette, but it retains, at the same time, a smoothness and richness not to be found in any other Turkish blend cigarette. C IGARE TTE S .0 0 INCQELIOE Co. DR UGGISTS UNIVERSITY GF VIRGINIA GGGGGJ W'lwn visiting old Alma lllaler, come in and shake lzawncls with them :::::::f:::::::::::::::f:-,x. .g.--:::::::::::::::::::::::: II Nl I 'Q r 1 ' A 1 I w ' I ANDERSON B303 z: 1. IALI-3011 GLEN HAM ' qw tl , Il 1 f HAT THE CORNER" E AL C P K :I MANU1mC'rU1ucns OF LAW, MEDICAL, ENGINEERING ,, :I ACADEMIC TEXTBOOKS '1 ,C . NNE STATIONERY Q, 3 U IJIIOISJEBITECI Fll1'1lltll1'B qp U ' ,9 0 lb Students Bookstore gg gg 1 lb 'I ' ' - 1-gnu-. SPECIAL DEPARTMENT K ll 33 , Zi' ATHLETIC GOODS fBASEBALL, FOOT- uv lv ' BALL, ETCJ, BANNERS, COI.LIEGl:1 PENNANTS, PINS AND OTHER .I IN COLLEGE EMBLEMS 0 IP GQ 1: 1010 WEST IVIAIN STREET H II CHARLOT'I'ESVILLE Agents for A. G, Spalding Q Bros. VIRGINIA yi 0 9 :::x:::::,:,::::::::x-..J,L .g.:::::,::::::::::x::::1: 4. 416 The National Bank OF CHARLOTTESVILLE waawfaafka JE'VaE va 0 , .E 1-y Tir, E E J E flgsiafl h HauEEEi Hwwrr EEE? fl I W' . " I' Qf-if kia- w k s xgmgrilm il ,ig mammiwuwwwlher a fa ' -V5g'qg L ,,EL ?: 034 24 'pf ,A,,Tv if x K UW Q Y, I - "A Tower Qf Slre1zgtlz" CAPITAL and SURPLUS 35540,000.00 Srqfely : Courtesy : Eficfierzcy EB 63 EB HOLLIS RINEHART, President R. T. W. DUKE, IR., Vice President R. T. MIN OR, JR., Vice Prasirlmzt G. M. MCNUTT, Vice President THOS. P. PEYTON, Cu,sh'icr JOHN S. LIVERS, Vice President 417 ----------------,,---- -----lKf il PALACE LI VERY-AND GARAGE AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE All Orders Given Prompt Attention Day or Night Tizuzvnoxrz 15-1 240 W. 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PAYNE, PRoI'luI9ToR HOME OF THE VICTOR VICTROLA Soundproof booths equipped with electric machines for cleiiioiistratiiig records NVE GET ALL NEVV ISSUES OF RECORDS THE SAME DAY ISSUED PIA NOS FURNISHED FOI? A LL OCCASIONS I'.GEN'I's FOR 'HIE c13I,1sBRA'1i15D UIOHNSTONS CANDIESH Daily, Vlfeekly and Monthly Peri- odicals amd all Daily Newspapers TOBACCOS : C IGARS TR Y 0 UR F0 UN TA IN DRINKS QUICK COVRTEOUS A TTEN TION NEXT TO JEFFERSON THEATRE ll Keller 5: George gg UNIVERSITY 1E BILLIARD PARLOR Jewelers 55 1- El REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS 1: Q G Q ll PROMPTLY DONE if CARoNI AND POCKET ll G G G H BILLTARDS ll Glasses Made to Order Q G Q ll 0 ca o 11 AT 'LTI-IIE CORNER" FRATERNITY AND COLLEGE PINS AND Feiss II It UNIVERSITY, VIRGINIA flax: .... :::::,xx:::-:, Z PROMPTNESS AND EXCELLENCE IS THE MOTTO OF THE Hnihvrziig Svtuhin Where you cam get High-Class Photos Cameras, Kodaks and Photo Supplies of all kinds :: Amateur Pictures Fin- ished and Enlarged, Pictures Framed to Order :: Satisfaction Guaranteed Studios on Ground Floor R. W. HOLSINGER, PHOTOGRAPHER 719-721, W. NIAIN S'1'1u3ET, CHARIMTTESVILLE, VA. 423 Y A... AA------A---A----AA-A------,-,A----AA,---, V ill I f I Lo ' ., ai ' -I '1 I ,f .f- X7-QW ,J CO IB? 0 STEVENS THE IMPORTANT POINT IS' NOT THE V AMOUNT OF MONEY YOU PUT INTO YOUR CLOTHES, BUT THE AMO UNT OF SERVICE, SA TISFA CTION AND PRIDE YO U TAKE W OUT OF YOUR CLOTHES. P 7'IL'ITTl1Ij years Student Trade has quahllieclus lo 'intelligently ' ' anlicipatrr Ilw1'equ1T1'emzmls of the U-niuw's'ity M rm. . BATES-ST1u21z'r YOUNG MEN ARE INVITED s'rmN-u1,oc1l SHIRTS TO VISIT BOTH STORES CLOTHES CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. UNIVERSITY, VIRGINIA rr E7 X M 'V we 9441 ,J 118 W. IVIAIN ST. ff 'jzfeffyfxzizyf 192 Qgidldddfd 'V CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS ARTISTICALLY ARRANGED Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association The Only One in Town FLOWERS DELIVERED ANYWHERE ANY TIME f- "city if ZI!l?h .flowers " TELEPIAIONE 974 424 EWWMUMW EE O F F I C E R S gg NATHANIEL BEAMAN, President A. E. IVHARTON, Assistant Cashzfvr SE TAZENVELI. TAYLOR, Vice Presidrznt C. S. PHILLIPS, Assistant Cashier gg R. S. COHOON, Vice President F. J. SCI-IMOELE, Assistant Cashier QQ QE R. P. BEAMAN, Cashvzfer J. H. FANSHAW, Audilor W Q W 552 W W Q2 M M if W W , se W I Ah W W 6 21 1OI121 2111 se SW Q2 92 of Commerce Q2 W M EW OF NORFOLK ug EE W W M E 5 CAPITAL PAID IN ---- 3B1,000,000.00 QQ SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS - 1,250,000.00 E se SE gg United States and City Depositary W Ei? W W 5515 M W W W 532 . .. . QE W Rusoulzues OVILR S22 gg '1'WENi1'Y-'rl-IREIB 1v1Ix.r.IoN DOLLARS N ORFOLK, VA. S43 W M WMWWWW Sheet Music Records , , , Stringed ' ' ' Instruments V and , Supplies , .--- ' Q' ' Ljfle wfkzdzc 'Phone 337 STEINWAY PIANOS TALKING MACHINES 245 WEST IVIAIN STREET - CHARLoTTIzsvII.I.Is, VIRGINIA National Valley Bank STAUNTON, VIRGINIA OLDEST, LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN CITY A A- A ,A--A, ----A---------,----------A-A----,,--,,,---,, Y- A... ---------A-------oo "I f Better Bread Could be Made IVc'cl lllakc If, G3 EB SYSTEM OF BAKERIES 69 EB ECONOMY BREAD-ONCE TRIE D-ALVVAY S USED -1- -I-::::::xx 22: ::::2:e:::-- University Barber Shop 'AT THE Coleman" For Good Wo1'1c and Service E. G. GIBSON PIIOIIIIIIQTOII :::: --:::::::::::-oo::: EAT AT The Eatwell Cafe " It Serves You Right " Ninth-just a Ivhispcr from Mai I1 LYNCHBURG, VA. 426 'YXWH ' Y ' i " QSVNX 1 b"7i" ' 'Y S'7l1"'llI MmmMImmMmMfMmMf Q, ' ' W S M X 5' .x , . I S ' li q nz ns an i' Q I I If OF NORFOLK, VA. Q, CIIARTIIRED 1367 will I lf' 1, X I '7-y i es- ea as if ' I -Z-7 ? .,, A I Q I Ca Ital and Sur lus 1 850 000 1 4 7 7 , OLDEST COMMERCIAL BANK W f IN THE CITY x- 1 Nr I Y' Q I 4, I ' 5 N M H - MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 1? 11 M Q 4 51: 'f 5 ' I ws I Q88 M Fl il N W E W ' f W 5 'S "' TIENCII F. '.l'ILCIImAN, Prcs1'rIcIz,i W ILLIAM LEIGII VVILLIAMS, V1tC8Pf8S. " w a NCIIIIIAN BIILI., Vice 1'rIfsifITe1Il DAVIS W. JORDAN, Cashier IXIIAURICII B. LANCIICRNII, Assism1ItCzIsI1z'er 'V ' rw M bm b 4k, Ik I m, ,b 427 WM. B. BALDWIN R. K. DENBY : W. R. HOWARD ROB'T F. BALDWIN INSURANCE n1sP.xR1:u12NT OGG BALDWI BROS. Real Estate Brokers General Inszlrmzcc M l Sl0ck.vc1ml Bonds Loans and u' ,,1 G IllIf'f'i0Il.l'Ul'S mul I 71 vest mcmfs 116 B ROOKIE NORFOLK, Rifnfal Agents A V E N U E VA. , ,-A ...... ----A--, ,------, Y-------.--------AA----,-,--A :::::::::::::::::::::::::o? T ::ff::f:2f::::00:::f::2:2 11 lr . W . . E X , MENS CQATS if II UH1011 Otfltlllll M119 U H JOHN LUPTON, Proprietor II U I, xl SELECT MENU Sport Coats : Motor Coats With All Dclicac-ics of the Season ' " Mf2I:'sc1'vcdaLz1Il h 5' n' ht: I ,Iz Ram Coats 0 11 ll STLO2i'1sH,ChOlJS1l,11flPlffzlzgaliiiil83251251155 Wafmth-With0ut-Welght Oysters :md Sun Food in Season Coats g G-reatcgats CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. a IP Rubber1zed Storm Coats H 4.-xx::-::::::::x:-:::x: , wa The UHUSHHI 111 Coats :c:::::::::::::::--:::::: 1: :7 VIRGIN IAN - PILOT MADE IN LONDON EXCLUSIVELY FOR NORFOLICS IVIORNING X X 0 AND SUNDAY O. C. JONLb OO., 1110. gg jg pApER I LEDGER-DISPATCH BUILDING G G 109 E. PLUME ST. NORFOLK, VA. v'-zrf,'fma'.f l?estNef1n.wpaper YI U 4. ::22:::::::::::::::::33533551 .g.:::,..3::x:::::::::::x::, 428 up up up l,ll,ll,l ilu.: up IIIIlll.ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,l l,ll,ll,l up l,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,l Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll:: ll l'l ll ll fs II up 1 HE ll H ll in 5 ' ' ll 5: Oli' il C rttl H1 'Ill 5: I.: Q . C 0 . C C l.l ll ll :': i f ' -' NORFOLK, V IRGINIA ..- ll ll l,l l,l Il ll l'l T i J Xl ' 1 1 l'l ,., bURILUb AND UNDIVIDED PROBHS ,.: l,l lj ll E' ll --I M110 O00 00 -- l'l ' 7 7 ' l'l l,l Ill II ea as ll Il II l'l OFFICERS l'l l,l lj I.: W. A. eociiJw1N,P1-L-Sifiuit C. s. WH1'1'ENHURs'r, Assn. cashier il :: A, B. SCHXVARZKOPF, Vice Pres. I. T. VAN PATTEN, IR., Asst. Cashier J. B. DEY, NIR., Cashier E, D. DENBY, Asst. Cashier lj R. H. MOORE, Assistant Cashier g'- l,l l,l ll ll l,l GB GB l,l ll ll l,l lj Your Money is the result of successful effort-the effort perhaps of years. You do 11 very importzmt thing when you deposit your money in at bunk, and you express high confidence in the bank. Leading nierclmnts, mzinufacturers and bankers for over erquarter of :L century have been showing high confidence in The Norfolk National Bunk by depositing their money with us. 'F . . . . l.l :: Our growth is the direct result of this confidence of the business world in our bunk-at bunk that has cultivated an intinlate appre- cizttion of mcrclmndising problems and has tried to be helpful in up- building the Vital business interests of our country. l'l l'l ll ll l'l l'l NVE INVITE THE BANKING BUSINESS OF REPUTABLE MERCHANTS, MANUFACTU- I-I RERS AND INDIVIDUALS I.: ll my , ll ll 1l,ll.ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,l l,ll,ll,ll,ll,ll,Il,l lllllllllll:Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 429 - DILL 81 COLLINS CO.'S 406 bhp?- High Grade Printing Papers ' WITH AND VVITHOUT A COATED SURFACE The specification of Dill Sc Collins Co.'s paper places all biclclers on the same basis as regards the important item of cost, permits of an intelligent comparison of printers' quotations and its use insures the best obtainable. Direct inquiry invited and eoinprehensive samples furnished on request. DILL 8: COLLINS CO. ACTUAL MAKERS 140 NORTH SIXTH STREIST PHILADELPHIA New vonn nocuzsrsn BALTIMORE aosron ::,:,:::::::::::::::::::::.,g. :x.:::::::::-:::::::::::::::: l OAK l Cl 1 F 11 ll 1 i ,N V BEST BY '1-Esr Colnpgbny M. ROSENBERG 85 SONS ll "THRU-THE-ELo1a" lN'.lORE THAN '1'm1zrY YEARS YOUNG X X w ROANOKE, VA. -Z' :::::::::::::::::::::::---'Z' UP-TO-DATE PRESSING CLUB RATES ron STUDENTS 1' f , 1 , GUI, PRICE ,S LESS if ALEAANDRIA, lr A. ll ,, o o o C H IS H O L M ' S Il DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS CORRESPONUHNT OFFICES 224 W' Main St. fl-Cicpho,-,C145 RICHMOND WAs111Nc:ToN N1awYo1uc up :::::::::::::::::::::::::- :::::::::--2:2::::::::::-: -1-1 lie 430 ISI XBI IQIII D lb O Qcaeo Building Supplies Corp 112-114 BROOKE AVE., NORFOLK, VA. ALSO NINTI-I :md CARY STREETS RICHMOND VIRGINIA db 'WP PLATE FRONTS SHEET WINDOWS PRISM DOORS W l R E MIRRORS SASH I DOORS : BLINDS BUILDERS' HARDWARE :: LIME :: CEMENT AND PLASTER I 421 -- ,.,,,-,- ,,, ,,,... --------::::::-::::::::oo:::::::::::: The Marine Bank CAPITAL 55220000.00 UN DIVIDED SURPLUS 35110000.00 PROFITS 885,000.00 MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM OOIDGG OFFICERS R. C. TAYLOR, JR., President JOHN L. Roman, Vice Praxidcul R. CORNFLIUS 'l'.u'Lon, Cashier :::::::: :::: ::-: : :::::::::.g. ,r.: ::1:--:::::::----:::, .... JI xx' I L I I A LWAY S G 0 0 D H Tl1eLIorfo1k bLflL101l0l y 3 Company, 1110. ' 'V Agcn ts The Globe-Wcmickc Co. Sec- wj . W twnzll Book Cases, VVood :md Slccl lb Filing CZlI'lIl1CLS, Twinlock Loosclcuf 1: Systems, Noostylo Co.'s Duplicators 4, Moore! M oclcrn Methods 4' OFFICE FURNITUIUZ, Dlzsxcs CHAIRS lb , ' Norfolk-Portsmouth-Richmond " BLANK BOOKS :I DuAUc:1l'rM,xN's SU1'P1.uss ::::::::::::::::::::::::::+ +::::::::::::::::::::::::1: :::::::: i:::::::::::::::::,x. ,x,1::::::::::::::: 1:::::::: 3 u COMPUMENTS OF It Hampton Roads Hat ' H 1 MAXWELL L. LEVY gg bompany LEVXTPAGE COMPANY Umbrellas, Leatlzer Bags, Camas and NORFOLK,S GREATEST MUSIC fl Glam HOUSE ' Sole Agents for thc Cclclsmtccl I LAP Plume so-get City Hall A-.venue II DUN HATS NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 132 Granby Street NouFo1.K, VA. 0 - .... ..... - - ,A..... -f- .... .5 4. ...... - ..... -A--. - -------- 432 Cadiz 0614 zziiofz 57 I As a matter of record, each member of your family, as well as your circle of friends, should possess your photograph. Executed by Bachrach, it will ideally express your own individual personality. Bazclvmcla Excel! 172 fllenlf Porimzrure Special Discount to Students Ziarhrarh PHOTOGRAPHS OF DISTINCTION I327 F Street, N. W., WASHINGTON EB EB G9 STUDIOS IN FIFTEEN EASTERN CITIES 433 Stationers : News Dealers Tobacconists Fishing Tackle, Foot Balls Base Balls, Etc. Keen Kutter Tools and Kutlery R. E. KNIGHT it SON ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA ::2::::::::::::::::::::f-9 ll W. N. lllaynard, Inc. TA1Lons AND DRAPEHS 112 Plume St. NORFOLK, VA. UNDER NEDDO HOTEL Telephone 23748 Commerce Bank and Trust Co. IWIEMBEK FEUERAL Rizsnuvri Srs'r1zM CI-1ARLo'r'rEsV1LL15, VA. is organized on broad and moclcrn bank- ing and trust company lines, pays in- terest on rleposits subject to check, acts in usual fiduciary capacities, maintains legal and bond departments. Commerce, Realty and Insurance Cor- poration, under same ownership and management, is equipped to handle all matters pertaining to insurance, and the purchase, sale and rental of Charlottes- ville and Albemarle county properties. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED MCLANE TILTON PRESIDENT NUSBAUlVI'S ENGRAVERS nf VISITING CARDS AND ALL soc1.xL ENGRAVING Manufacturers of Picture Frames Largest Stock of Popular and Stand- ard Books : Importers of Pictures and Art Novelties 223 Granby Street NORFOLK S. J. THOMAS 8LCO.Il1G. FITTING FOOTWVEAR Good Shoes are an Economy Cor. Granby and Tazewell Sts. NORFOLK, VA. THE S T O N E PRINTINGCAND MANUFACTURING C OM PANY Trip' 61 i 4 to ROANOKE VIRGINIA iu llllllllQlllllll!!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnlllllllllllllllll EVERY SHOE BOUGHT WITH SOUTHERN MONEY SHOULD BE A SOUTHERN MADE SHOE ,Ll l ,Ll Blix ,Hifi esnoasf TREES 6T D D IDBEILAJL BRA D SHOES Represent Better Styles and Leather Values EB EB EB MANUFACTURED B Y CRADDQQKE-TERRY co. LYNCHB URG, VA. Qlllllllllll!lllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllll 435 Q -A-A--- .1 V, g 1 m 7 I . l 'rl A I , ::::::::::::::::::,::::::-q. up SPALDING Tl 6 QL X f" fn' CQ pr .ff Qi rf JL lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Superiority in competition is the result of Quality CSpa1d- ingj in equipment Ie - N ' X .f,.,z! J '. 1 ,.......-. :wl':?5'g?x ,jg - L l fi X C ,X 'I . m ga' l .-A 522 'Su W e A e.. 4' - ,f " . . 4. ' BASEBALL, TENNIS, GOLF, BASKET-BALL FOOTBALL, ETC. "Just as good" is never just the same Sand for Catalogue A. G. SPALDING 85 BROS. 126 NASSAU ST. : NEW YORK The Clwas. H. Elliott Company The Largest College E'ngrav1Tng H ousn in the World o O Weddillg IIIVILLLTLIOIIS : Calling Czmls Commencement In vita tions Class Day Programs Class Pins and Rings Dance Programs and Invitations Menus Leather Dance Cases :md Covers Fraternity and Class Inserts for Annuals Fraternity :md Class Stntimmcry School Catalogs :md Illustrations 17th Street and Lehigh Avenue PHILADELPHIA IVIARY BALDWIN SEIVIINARY Established in 1642 FOR YOUNG LADIES 0 G STAUNTON, VIRGINIA Term Beg-ins September Slh, 1921 Located in the beautiful and historic Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Uusurpassed climate, handsome buildings and modern appointments. Students past session from thirty states and three foreign countries. Courses: Collegiate C3 yearsjg Preparatory C4 yearsj. Music, Art, Ex- pression, Domestic Science and Athletics, Gymnasium and Field. Small classes and thorough work. I Qflzifor Calalogg MARIANNA P. HIGGINS, PRINCIPAL Il . , II II II II The Augusta National :L H GUNSTQN HALL I 1 6 1 ' Bank :I H 90 H d A s'rAUNToN, VA. gg II OH H Venue Capital .... Is1oo,ooo.o0 WASHINGTON, D' C' Surplus and Profits 200,000.00 0 e II II DEPOSITS Sl,2Q0,000.00 A Boarding and Day School 2:122:--1::::::::2:::::L:: 'P I: ' for Girls ::::::::::::::22::fff::f::lxl ll EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR Established 1892 Norris' and Johnston's Candies Building Especially Planned for Eastman Kodaks and Supplies I: If the School Staunton Headquarters for the Boys M Q Q ,, 4, Indoor and Outdoor Sports BELIIS DRUG STORE I I II II MRS. BEVERLEY R. MASON I No. 20 EAST MAIN STIIEIET . . Principal II STAUNTON, VA. ll II 'I Y .... .... .-.. fff-- -...--. - 4. c 2 ::a::::::ee:::::::::::: 'I' 437 :,:, :::::-:::: -:::::-:::: :::: :::::::: f::::.g. I tl 0 I 2 ' 1- Opploman s Spoomlty Store gg 906 MAIN STREET ,E SEVENTEEN DEPARTMENTS 5 Camlogue on Request I LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA ,, .f:: ::::::::::::::x:::xTf' Tx::x::::::::::::x:: mi' ' , AP IVlz.cf1z in I,y1mlzImIrg 'I Sonny Hfuranii gg 55 , lU'l'l12Bi White House Cafe FOI' Univcrsi1,g0I If'i1'g!I1EizLEt11cle11tS E Goocl Tailoring IiffffffifffffifTiff' Long Wear 55 BEVERLEY ANNEX ' A COMPLETE l P 'I ' GARAGE J. E. Wood 8 Bro. EI E INCORPORATED S'1'AUN'roN, VIRGINIA ,xc ,xqo:::o:::::::::::ooe:::::::Qgz. 438 ::::::a::::::::::::Q::QQ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 'I' il ll 0 0 ll ugusta 1l1tary Academ 11 I y :, I CROLLER'S SCHOOLJ ll MODERN SCHOOL WITH A COUNTRY LOCATION in the famous Valley of Virginia. Enclorserl by the Virginia Military Institute and other Universities. ll Army officer clctztiletl by the lVar Department. Junior R. O. T. C. S200,000.00 plant, with :Ihsolutcly fireproof h:u'rueks. Steam heat, electric lights and ample play groimrls. School property covers 250 acres. Splendid athletic Held and drill campus. ll 4 l ll ll ll Czulet lwztnfl of 24 pieces. Almle faculty of College men, who take LL personal interest in boys' Aesirleinic work and who coach ztll athletic tczuns. Enrollment limited to 275. Boys from 24 States :Incl 3 Foreign Countries lest year. ll 46th Session Begins .S'cp!em-ber Zlst Rates 8600.00 ll ll FOR CATALOGUE, ADDRESS COL. 'l'l'IOS. I. ROLLER OR MAI. CHAS S. ROLLER, IR., Principals ll Fom' DEFIANCE, VIRGINIA ll ll Rahul' hy llm ll'ur f,f'f!tlHNlt'71lf ax um' of the Tun Honor Schools in the U. S. for the Session 1920-21 ll it ll :: :o:::::o::o::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,!4 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::.g. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::.1. in X' f X ' . ,.. . , ' . . , UNIVERSITY ORCI-IESTRAS ARE ll Being VX ell D1 cssccl is mei ely at QUR ALWAYS A SOURCE OF TRE- U lTl1lI1lQCl' of lillolvmg WllC1'C to MENDOU5 PRIDE TO U3-A STANDARD buy Xfqul' Clgthgg WE ARE EVER MINDFUL TO MAIN- ' TAIN-A RIQPUTATION OF VVHICH WE :I ' ARE VERY ENVIOUS ly ' W- --.-T- -- Y- ll Qk7M1br.s'-99?zien6.simy I 3 h' ' lm 0 an ll S-,M-I vgrri zz I5 . umr 3 ll 104 Soon-I j13Iv1fI3IasoN S'rRE12'1' EXECUTIVE OFHCES THE NEW WILLAFKD, wnsumaron 'I ROANOKE, VIRGINIA THE BELLEVUE-STRATFORD, Pnn.Am.mm ll I I II ::::::::::::::1::::::-:::: 8. 4:223:23:22::::::::::::2::::.Z. ::::::::-::::::Q:::::::::- Drawing-Inks 0 gfleglglggixglgliinkg-Ink " ' H ' ' , Taurine Milgiluge ' ' Photo-Mounter Paste CLEANING AND DY EING l?5.?3l2I"l5L'2?.i"" Pam 1 Office Paste Woialis ,I it vegetable Glue, mc. 'J ilre the finest Iundlfli-est iiiks and Eidhesivcs. V x , x , V x Cm:inc1pzxte'3.'ou'r.'c mmt ' .' ' S l AUN l UN, V IRCIIN IA WN", and lil-Sllltllllllll' iriks and :1.LliIi:sifgs?ag3r:iliiiv? the Higgins Inks and Adhesives. They . Y -fx" will he :I revelation to yon. they are so sweet, One of the B1 ggest :Incl Safest 111 hx dm' i"C11jgID1g'LggQ :2:f'1:fLfImc'c"" the State. ' Nl rite foi oui I ! 6617: ' CHAS. M. HIGGINS sl C0- PTICC 1lSI, ngnzigjibu Manufacturers i flwnm yg"f'16 271 Ninth Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. ::::::::--::::::::::::::::,!, Xlwifibmuw' f Branches, Chicago' London 439 ----v-------Y vv.. ----------o ,VYY ------------------oo--- EEEPIEI1 oNPbOtO+En raving Co. O9hQm76ZQWUnmr HOWARD arflnrm sn BA L'l'I IVIORE, MD. PYfA.VVAJfFEPi PHOTOGRAPHER 3 VVcst Main St. STAUNTON, VA. Photographs for Illustrations Z1 Specialty :Io-o--oo ---- v....- - --------- fg NATIONALLY KNOWN STORE EOR MEN AND BOYS THE AVENUE AT NINTH WAsH1Ncs'rON, D. C. ::::::::::::Q:::::::::::: ,,-------- .... ------------ BEVERLEYEHOTEL Headquarters for University Of Virginia men when in STAUNTON, VA. LEON C. VVARE and WM. S. CARROLL 1'ROP1uE'rORs A. H. FETTING MFG JEWELRY CO. NIANUFACTURERS 01? Greek Letter F wztefrniity J ewelry NO. 213 North Liberty Street BALTIMORE, M O. 1NlemOmmlmn muzknazv su-nl, to any frntcrmty mambo ll 5.1 ll l fil l lf ,mm 'I xv scuru ury 0 .xu re nr. x I-r. Special designs und csumnlcs furnmheul on medals, rings, 1' rr. vnu., for nlhlemin lmeclvs, uw. .g.::::::::::::::::::::22:22 ole . A. SmOOt 81 CO. COAL 2: LUMBER MHLLWORK ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA The Citizens National Bank OF ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA ORGANIZED 1870 RESOURCES .... S2,600,000.00 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 460,000.00 OFFICERS Enwium L. IDAINGERFIIELD, President URBAN S. LAMBERT, Vice President CixRRO1,1, PIHRCH, Vice President RICIIARD M. GREEN, Asst. Vice President M. L. DINWIDDIE, Cashier D IR E C T O R S EDWARD L. DAINGERFIELD, President j. CLINTON SMOO1' ' WORTII HULFISH 'I're:1snrcr C. C. Smoot Sc Sons, Inc. President Worth Hulish ck Sons, Inc. AR'1'11UR H. BRYANT, Herbert Bryant's Son JOHN M. JOHNSON, Attorney at Law CARROLI. PIERCE, Vice President URBAN S. LAMBERT, Vice President Special Trust Doparhneizt Urrzfler Federal Supcrzvisiov-L v --'vi---Y 441 75- --ee-ee-ee--ve ---- -- - eeee '---Y-v- - -- --vv ---me-V -I E. P. MILLER, PRESIDENT J. D. OWEN, CASI-III II ERNEST WILLIAMS, VICE PRESIDENT J. L. JONES, ASSISTANT CASIIIEII ESTABLISHED 1865 The F ir5tLYNatiOnal Bank CAPITAL ....... S675,000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS OVER 675,000.00 RESOURCES TEN MILLION DOLLARS 00000 THE OLD : BIG : STRONG BANK I I I I ::::::::::::::::::::::::::Px4 oIl:::::::::::::::::::::::::: II II THE BEST DRESSERS I jf G., To 11 IL WILLS CAMP I II Cooksey-Jollnston, Inc. It COMPANY 1 1 I ' I II Bleu s I'urmshers I, Menas Ouzye-liters HLUCKYH 13 W. CAMPBELL AVENUE HFASHION CENTERU ROANOKE- VA- I gg CLOTHES, HABERDASI-IERY f:::::::::::::::f::: :::-x- II II SI-IOES ::::::::::::::::::::::2:-9 II I' " College Men are Well Dressed - - - II II Glenn-Mlnnlch Clothmg Co. EE II BECAUSE THEY KNOW "The Young Men's Shop" ,I I, VVHERF TO Style Headquarters Where Society I: BUY Brand Clothes are Sold ll II BOYS' STORE, SECOND FLOOR I II T ,. 1 in . 106 West Campbell Avenue :E 1: ININTII AND IVIAIN SIREEIS ROANOKE, VA- LYNCI-IBURO, VA. II II -1- ::::::::::::::1::: -1:-I -I-::2:::::::::::::::: -:xc 442 -- v.........,, ov-v--v ..w. Y-------- First National anllii THE OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN VIRGINIA CAPITAL ...... 35200000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS 350,000.00 RESOURCES OVER .?53,000,000.00 -----------o--o--------- Episcopal High School of Virginia l+'0UNDl'1D IN 1839 A. R. HOXTQN, E. A. QU. my PRINCIPAL GG Tlircc miles west of Alcxzmflrizi, Va., :mel six miles from VVzisl1ii1gton, D. C. MODERN EQUIPINIENT THROUGHOUT Czitziloguc on upplicaition Session Opcns Third WVoducsclay in September COMPLIMENTS OF The AleXa,11d1'ia County Liglltillg 00. HTHE ELECTRIC co." ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA .g.,::: :::::::: :::::::::: qu E. M. TENNIS. PRESIDENT G K. VANDERSLICE, VICE PRES. A. HEINICKEL. VICE PRES. S. C. REES. CASHIER SEGAR WHITING. A5S'T CASNIER The Bank of Phoebus PHOEBUS, VIRGINIA Capital 840,000.00 Surplus S-10,000.00 Resources SS900,000.00 We do a General Banking Business Covering the Lower Virginia Peninsulzl ll -::::::--c::-:::::--: :::::-x- 4. 443 -r---- WY' vvw- ---- v----- - - -- vw -1. HMOST COMPLETE HOTEL" GJ O GJ CD HOTEL VIRGINIA STAUNTON, VIRGINIA A. T. MOORE, PRoPR1E'1'oR GJ G O O IN BEAUTIFUL SI-IENANDOAH VALLEY PREFERRED PORTRAITS Men, everywhere, prefer the Photographs we make They reflect life and strength in a truthful, forceful manner , They are portraits-made by artists-yet they cost T no more T T UNDERWOOD 31 UNDERWOOD r T I 1230 ooNNEor1oU'r AVENUE T WASHINGTON, D. o. T T K N O VV N 'I' HR O U G I-I O U 'T' 'TI H E VV O R L IJ 414 f '1t':2Q',-5:2-3'5:f.3 V-5.13 g.':-. COLLEGE ANNLIALS AND CATALOGUES OF THE BETTER CLASS OUR SPECIALTY 636365 K More tlman Fifty Thousand Feet of Floor Space. More tlwan One Hundred Machines. Same Management and Policy for the past Thirty-Six Years C C '1' '11 . 1-113 4-be v pf 1 L 1-f"', . 1 5 mi ,,-: ,,LM,-igQ-:if-,zgifg-g'ffsi2'v'1 -4. - --A-11'-,, v.,-'f:..-:.JL.su,-:J-2. 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