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

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Edgar Allan Poe MORE interesting anci attractive portrayal of life at time University has been our aim in making up this forty-ninth volume. 1 1 . William H. McC5uFFey John B. Minor "7x7P'EZ557E5'ff' 'i ' 'wi -.., j .f':15ffffff'-1'llL-5'vi-'.,15'1c11':A-2 .fri-zv'i3 -T 1'y.a5"'-1 " ' , -' . , ,-M5-qfiggj . M 1 'N , -a w :,-msMw'-'-v,.v.- ' -. 1 Q. 1 ' - - - vie AT THE UNIVERSITY d NN TI-ICR 1851-1935 - John Basse 44:1 W-Lea. i"'T"'l in HIS is the one hunciredth an- nix7ersary of the teaching of engineer- ing at the University. During its cen- tury of growth the Engineering School has had no more faithful laborer for its welfare than the late William Mynn Thornton, its first Dean. To this nolole Virginian we cleclicate this volume. Woodrow Wilson . . . . Carter Glass .,,.,..., I .,,.,,, .,,,,., ,4.. , . .ow ,.,,.1,, .,..,..... ,. ,.,.. - .,.,t ..... s . f " 1Ki5Y1iJ1,3,gQfvs'iJ1,I" -srrfgzwgifzkriu-.11:3Q,yg.j?',?s'rfb 'fwf-M-fi,f,yQ,g?,'g, 1,,.,,v,-3siX'q?'1friq M, ,kgffy iq jg , , , I - . f r i-gg.1.::,i.!1:"..12L5J.i..g.B.2Q2ai 1... ,.,i:n,,,grv .i,,.4:.-..r,,4q,me,s.,eg .,,..-,..-.i.,-- IN MEMORIA "No student ever met Jim Page but was a better man for having alone so." JAMES MORRIS PAGE Born in Louisa County, Virginia, March 4, 1864 Died at University, Virginia, March 18, 1936 INCE over a hundred years ago, when Jefferson took such pains to have a group of notable scholars brought to Virginia to form its first faculty, it has been one of the distinctions of the University of Virginia to have among its professors men who were memorable not only for their teaching or their scholarship, but for themselves. To the eminent names that have endowed the University of Virginia in the past with rich associations of a human quality is now added that of James Morris Page. For a generation more students have known him personally than anyone else at the University. For thousands of them he represented the place somewhat as the Rotunda and the Lawn do. As Chairman of the Faculty he was official head of the institution when a first president was chosen and when President Alderman came into ollice, Dr. Page became the first dean of the College and the University. Probably in the history of American colleges no other dean ever developed such an affectionate and confiding relationship with students, and retained at the same time their respect for his authority and the full measure of his dignity. He was a brilliant mathematician, a richly endowed teacher, an executive of sound judgment, and he rendered a valuable and distinguished service to Virginia as a member for years of the State Board of Education. He will be most lovingly and for the longest time remembered as "Dean Page of Virginiaf' -JAMES SOUTHALL WILSON. l N MEMORIA 'tHe was ever the exembfar of an that is best in the profession of the 7aw.H WILLIAM MINOR LILE Born in Trinity, Alabama, March 28, 1859 Died in Chesterfield County, Virginia, Dec. 13, 1935 T is difficult to over-estimate the deep and far-reaching influence of such a teacher as William Minor Lile. No student who was ever privileged to sit under him can forget his flashing wit, his keen power of legal analysis, his ability to arouse and sustain legal curiosity, and his almost uncanny power of clear, incisive statement in crisp and picturesque language. On the roll of the gifted teachers who have enhanced the storied fame of the University of Virginia his name will always occupy a high and honored place. On him, fortunately for the University of Virginia Law School, fell the task of developing and modernizing this law school at the close of the career of his kinsman, the great John B. Minor. With missionary ardor he brought to this task his extraordinary gifts of personalityuand scholarship and to it he gave the best years of his more than active life. I-Ie was literally the father of the law library and probably his was the greatest influence that prompted the late William A. Clark, Jr. fhis friend and former pupilj to give to this University, Clark Hall, the magnificent new home of the law school. Gentleman and scholar, teacher, author and administrator, William Minor Lile had earned fame by his deep and lasting contributions that have enriched the noblest traditions of the University of Virginia which for nearly forty years he so superbly served. --ARMISTEAD MASON DOBIE. IN ME STUART C. COTTRELL Died April 22, 1935 STONEWALL JACKSON DOSWELL, JR. I DieclSeptember24,1935 X 1 LoU1s DUBRIEL JoNEs X0 Nl Died April 26, 1935 xp LAWRENCE WASHINGTON N l HOWE PEYTON, JR. ' Died October 8, 1935 H N 0 RICHARD JOSEPH WELCH, JR. f X Died November 23, 1935 Z N 01 gbiskx 1lfQ' N JI xvm MORI A BOOK ONE A6 MMJW7 QW Zfjwm The Liloerty Bell statue of Thomas ' Jefferson is tlie work of Sir Moses Ezekiel ancl is a gift of its sculptor. --..... W , " I ,K K. A ' A hwy .. 4, , , What is an institution but the lengthened shadow of one man?" W 616 C.J20lfLLI'ZJd ff 5- 3 , L, : , 5 f 5' 13 I Q' ? iff gD66L60Jy f Xl, f" !,f N. 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I ,I , . 6 y 7 Nsv. A 191' I Jlvl- 1. Intermediate Honors Men on the march. Look 'em over well, boys: they came to school to study-and did . . - 2. Not Saint Moritz, but our own re- flection pool, so 'elp us. More than one meal was eaten off mantel-pieces the next day . . . 3. When .lack Noll refused to help Tim out, the old gen- tleman took to violence . . . 4. Aca- demic procession. Dr. Gee and Dr. Luck leading . . . 5. Our founder in snow--the work of enterprising archi- tectural students . . . 6. Two P.M. by the quadrangle buffalo . . . 7. One man thought the shortest distance be- tween two points was a straight line. The two points happened to be Me- morial Gymnasium and the east bank of the reflection pool . . . 8. These men have played their lost game for Virginia. They are George Coen, Peyton Hoge, Don Smith, George Seibels, John Leys, Cully l'Vilkin, and Al Seccombe . . . 9. flt the end of the road-graduates in the Class of '35 get the long-sought sheepskin . . . 10. "On to Richmond" . . . 11. "College Topics"' crusading columnist, Ever- ett Lee, looked at from the Lambeth Field turf he loves so well . . . I2- Cellar Scene. The Grecian profile on the left is none other than that of "Birdie" Cary. Ross Rommel is the nonchalant intellectual. Sorry, wr' don't know the other gentleman'S name . . . 13. " 'Twas the night before Real Property . . . " 1' Alpha Tau Omega's Knights of the Iron Horseshoe engage in a game. The lW0 here are S'ulla'van and Dew ij- - 2- Harry Martin running around . - M. I.'s end. George Seibels is try- mg hard to head off Cadet Farley ' - - 3. His Majesty, Beta . . . 4. "Big Tomn White in one of his more seri- OMS moments . . . 5. "Came the dawn" to the '1uadrang'e . . . 6. More engi- neers, loafing as usual. These are JU'-'k Armistead and Hugh Donnally ' - - 7- There may be another Walter Reed' here. When Junior first has Zeus-95: look for one of these names: nplliyxlllam S. Banks, Dr. George D. D' mms, Dr. Lewis H. Bosher, Jr., Gr' H'-f"U' U. Ecker, Dr. Robert A. N?0l:iW"', Jr .... 8. Father v. Son. AEC Garter. and his father at the B 'Zmfll-Varsity baseball game . . . 9. 0 St. John winning the state cross- counffy Cbumpimzship . . . 10. More gfwlifulpruytf-A1i.1.1 Wilson .md i 'U' '9 Drrvzson putting on the finish- "8'l0uches . . . 11. The C. F. D. in action . . . 12. Action from an intra- rlgzgnl game - . . 13. Good morning, M - - - T4. Oren Root, Mildred C "lucy, Btlly Zimmer, and Norma Bryan. . H W U U U U U 1. Railside seats at the ball game . . - 2. Attentive lecture-listeners . . . 3- Group at the K. fl. House . . . 4- Trouble, double trouble was all this naval dreadnaught had when Loui5 Schmidt's two fists found the rangi' . . . 5. Ned Booker spins out a Sun- day morning yarn While Cabell Tablf and Fred Campbell await their turtl . . . 6. Dick Bernard, George Servarll, and Bill Drake. They say a little after' noon walk never hurt anybody . . - 7. Start of a race in the Memorial Gymnasium pool . . . 8. What Peteri Hall looked like While the big blizzard 'Was still in the process of blizzarding . . . 9. Convocationo Day scene . - - 10. From the N. T. G. Review. Rec- ognize her, boys? . . . 11. This i5n'f trench warfare in Ethiopia. It's Sec'- combe, Leys, and McGratl1 at Camp Robert Hunt. One more look, Kiddiesn and pleasant dreams! . . . 12. Johnny LaRoWe consoling Spike i'Vebb aflff Virginia has beaten Navy in boxing for the fourth consecutive time . - ' 13. fl victim of the great blizzard . . - 14. Nlore quadrangle boys. 1- The Engineers a-tripping go . . . 2. A g'0'4P during Fall Dances . . . 3. Cfjnsqmmc royal, pigs in blankets, O Bflllfl potatoes, Harvard beets, and Endrve salad with chiffonade dressing ' - - 4- A salute from the Maryland band . . . 5. Public su-cping B1 with four fiotential Daniel Websters ready to 5W111g into action . . . 6. There Wen-'fill many holes in Hampden-Syd- 'l0y's line on September 28th, 1935. But Bus Male has certainly found one here . . . 7. Two refugees dig QW - . . 8. A bit of action from two 'Hlfdmural boxers . . . 9. Goin' to the Same - . . 10. A section of the crowd at the Navy bouts. Find your friends. ' ' - 11- A bevy of beauties on the Seashore. Why, Peyton! . . . 12. One 'gan Who thinks less of this Corks and kufl-V than you. His job it' was to 1.92211 the office clean . . . 13. .lust a fy? Saturday night recreation . . . - Cvaches LaRowe and Stuart show how it's done. U U U U U U U :ff- 1 H ,wx Q It 'N IM 'wdi'-N 5498, Q 'im L-M V: I .gas N E Y Huw nz Q' gl, 'x W' ' K 1 M ,,n .Q x an , . if L 1 no. f"v V J ,R , x41 K ww 77-:75fL If H w'LW'i',f V, ,V if fjggj ,FYI ' ' H V f.',3.L,d zu .A ff .14 W ,M 1 . XR f ' ll. f in 4 Q 4. .uf V R M,,.,,.1.L.. W 1 ' 4 Hi' f ,, Q R .1 , gi' uf 1: if ,-.534 . ' IAQ vf M ,, X . N, .1-qt 5 Zvi? 4 H Vi, ' 1- VH-'I I . l I V I , sr ,at ZF mf I , 1 my Y 2 ENT +Q+- Newark 1 ' 'HT . E ff -.1 .ful gh? K ,w 1 , my ft - , .. -g, , W N . 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CHARLES O,CONOR GOOLRICK . . . LEWIS CATLETT WILLIAMS . . WILLIAM ALEXANIJEIK STUART. ......... . The State SllDCI'IlltCI'lCICllt of Public 1llStl'LlCtI0ll, ax-ojjirio . . The President of the University, rx-ojicio ....... The Secretary of tlve Visitors EIIMER IRVING CARRUTHERS Executive Committee THE Charlottesville . .Riclnnond . Clierryilale . pVlllEllCSflfl' . .Suffolk . . Riclzmoml Fredericksburg . . Riclzmonzl . . Abingdon . . Richmond . . University MESSRS. CTOOLRICK, WILLIAMS, R. G., MRS. MUNFORIJ, AND THE RECTOR Finance Committee MESSRS. ScoTT Ccvlllllfllllltlj, RINEHART, AND WILLIAMS, R.G. Grounds and Building Committee MESSRS. RINIEHART, CTARNETT, CURIIITT, AND STUART New Building Committee MESSRS. RINEI-IART, WII.I.IAmIs, L. C., ANI: GooI.RIcR 39 ' X 540 CO R KS AN D C u R LS 547 CHAIRMEN OF THE FACULTY PROP GEORGE TUCKER PROP H. ST. GEORGE TUCKER 1825-6 1842-4 PROP ROBLEY DUNGLISON PROP WILLIAM B. ROGERS 1826-7 1844-5 PROP JOHN r.rAYLOE LOMAx PROP EDWVARD H. COURTENAY 1827-8 1845-6 PROP GEORGE TUCKER PROP JAMES L. CABELL 1828-9 1846-7 PROP ROBLEY DUNGLISON PROP GESSNER HARRISON 1829-30 1847-54 PROP ROBERT M. PATTERSON PROP SOCRATES MAUPIN 183O-2 1854-7O PROP. GEORGE TUORER PROP. CHARLES S. VENAELE 1832-3 1870-3 PROP CHARLES BONNYCASTLE PROP JAMES F. HARRISON 1833-5 I-873-86 PROP JOHN A. G. DAVIS PROF CHARLES S. VENABLE 1835-7 1886-8 PROP CJESSNER HARRISOIN PROP WILLIAM THORNTON 1837-9 1888-96 PROP JOHN A. G. IJAVIS PROP PAUL B. BARRINGER 1839-.IO 1896-1903 PROP GESSNER HARRISON PROP. JAMES M. PAGE 1 840-2 1 9O3-O4 PRESIDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY DR. EDWIN A. ALDERMAN DR. JOHN L. NEWCOMB 1904-31 1931- I' JOHN LLOYD NEWCOMB, B.A., C.E., Sc.D., LL.D. President of the University Pi Kappa Alpha, Lambda Pi, Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, Theta Tau, Sigma Beta Phi, T.I.L.K.A., Raven, Bachelor of Arts, William and Mary College, Civil Engineer, University of Virginia, Doctor of Science, Washington and Lee University, 1933, LL.D., William and Mary College, 1935, LL.D., George Washington University, 1934, LL.D., Dulce University, 1935, Adjunct Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Virginia, 1905-1909, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Virginia, 1910-1933, Assistant to the President, University of Virginia, 1926-1931, Acting President, University of Virginia, 1931-33, President, University of Virginia, 1933-. 4I 1,93 ff fgc-. g Z' :f1.jTf 4"fJJ. oRKs fm lux- 'f-af :E V"4L2 1, f ., , M22 AN D C U R LS ii",- Wal Z1 1-5 : , r , Z' -' a , Z :ll Right: GEORGE OSCAR FERGUSON, JR. EA., M.A., Pun. 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WU feel, I 13 f i 4:5 I sf W i ' fl :IL 'U V W B- -2 Ein. vi -i.3 Sl- J -- V- ,JEE I ql I , 1 s"'t""' f , ,-+2-5f?:..-fd, .Mk-- .'- ' N-iT'x'b:j-3-q5i4TgL'.n!,.-4,?Ha:g.-1 I OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION JOHN LLOYD NEWCORIIS, B.A., C.E., Sc.D., LL.D. . . . Carr's Hill President of the Unifversily JOHN CALVIN METCAI.lf, B.A., M.A., Litt.D., LL.D. ...... Miramont Apts. Dean of the Department of Graduate Studies, Linden Kent Memorial Professor IVEY FORIEMAN LEw1s, B.A., M.S., Ph.D. ........... ll East Lawn Dean of the Uniwrsily and Miller Professor of Biology and Agriculture GEORGE OSCAR FERGUSON, JR., B.A., M.A., I'h.D. ....... Wayside Place Dean of the College of flrls and Sciences, Pl'0fI'.I'.I'0l' of Psychology and Education ARMISTEAIJ MASON DOME, M.A., LL.B., S.J.IJ. . ....... Colonnade Club Dean of ihe Deparluu-nl of Lafw and Professor of Law JAMES CARROLL FLIPPIN, M.D. ................. West Lawn Dean of the DL'1llU'llIII'71l of Medicine and Professor of Clinical Medicine WALTER SHELIJON RODMAN, 13.8, M.S., S.M. ....... Lyndhall Apartment Dean of the De11al'lme11l of Engineering and Professor of Elecirical Engineering JOHN LEVI MANAHAN, B.S., lX'I.A., PILD. ......... 33 University Place Dean of Ihe Deparlmenl of Educaliou and l'rofessor of Educalioual Adminislralion CHARLES GILMORE MAPPIIS, I'ed.D., LL.D.. . . ......... 555 17th St. Dean of lhe Summer Quarter and Professor of Educalion GEORGE BASKERVILLE ZEHMER, B.S., M.A. .......... Edgewood Lane Direclor of Extension ami .flssoriaif Professor of Eriucalion VVILSON GEE, ILS., M.A., FILD. .............. Montibello Hill Director of the lnsiilule for Researcll in llle Social Sciences and Professor of Rural 1:'fo1zo1l1n'.s and Rural Sociology ELMER IRVING CARRu'r1112Rs . . .... . . Iiast Range Bursar 45 I 9 3 . ff- I ff, ' fx y . .. 1 4- M.:fr'4-QTL. ORKS 5-' ' "fag :. f . .ff,.. :I ffffff .: v :. f -:f ,. Q02 LZ' EE f ,A 1, 4"-E ' f-- 1: f-: -: ,f,z ,. 7 .-A1 1 f? 2 -. rffi 11-5 f :? V045 :AND CURLS VIRGINIA EMMA MORAN, B.A., M.A. .... . . Montibello Rrgislrar HARRY CLEMONS, B.A., M.A. . ..... . McCormick Road Librarian KATHERINE REBECCA LIPOP CERAVES ..... . . North Second St. Lafw Librarian ROBERTA LOIs I'lOLLlNGSXVORTH, B.A., PlI.D. . . . . . Locust Grove flcling Dean of llfomrn WILLIAM ALEXANDER LAlXlBETH, MID., 'Ph.D. ......... University Park Director of Physiral Ednfalinn and Profrssor of Ilygienc FRANK EVERETT LIARTMAN, C.E. ................ Ridge Street Suju'rinIfnd1'nl of Buildings and Grounds 'is as 4' OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION RICHARD HEATH DAIENEY, M.A., 'Ph.D. ....... . . Rugby Road Corcoran Profrssor of Hislory RICHARD HENIQY WILSON, M.A., Ph.D. ........ . Park Street Profvssor of Romania Languages ROBERT MONTGC7h'IERY BIRD, B.A., B.S., Ph.D. .... . 41 University Place Professor of Clmnzislry HALSTEAD SHIPMAN lAlEDGES, B.S., M.A., M.D. . . . . .Park Street Professor of Ihr Disrasos of the Eye WILLIAM MENTZEL FORREST, B.A. ................ East Lawn John B. Cary Memorial Profrssor of Iiibliral Hiflory and Lilrralnrc WILLIAM HARRISON FAIJLRNER, M.A., PlI.D. . ..... .... I VVest Lawn Professor of Grrmanic Languagcs HARVEY ERNEST JORDAN, M.A., l'lI.D. .......... 34 University Place Profrssor of llisloloyy and Embryology ROBERT HENNING WEIKIR, li.A., M.A., Pl1.D. . Road Professor of Greek .... . .Rugby SAMUEL ALFREIJ MlTCfIEI.I., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D. ....... Observatory Mt. I. . V . ' , , Professor of Aslronolny and Dircclor of Loandc Mzdormzclt Obserfualory GEORGE BOARDMAN EAGER, JR., B.A., LL.l3. . . Profrssor of Lafw . . . . . . .University Park LLEYVELLYN GRIFFITH HOXTON, B.'S., M.A., Ph.D. . . 16th Street and Gordon Ave. Professor of Physirs ROBERT BENNETT BEAN, B.S., M.D. . . , . . Professor of Anatomy . . . 5 Wayside Place 46 JAMES ALEXANDER WADDELL. B.A., M.D. . ..... Professor of Pharmacology, Materia Medica, Toxicology, and L WILLIAM ALLISON ICEPNER, A.M., Ph.D., Sc.D. ..... . Professor of Biology WILLIAM ROYALL SMITHEY, M.A., Ph.D. . .... . . . Professor of Secondary Education JAMES SOUTHALL WILsON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D. . Edgar Allan Poe Professor of English ALBERT GEORGE AIDAIXI BALZ, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. . . . . Professor of Philosophy CARROLL MASON SPARRONV, B.A., Ph.D. .... . Professor of Physics . . Wayside Place egal Medicine 29 University Place 40 University Place . . V West Lawn . . Burnley Avenue . . West Lawn ARTHUR FICKENSCHER, Diploma, Royal Conservatory of Munich . . Dawson's Row Professor of Music JOHN JENNINGS LUCK, MAA., Ph.D. ...... . . Professor of Mafhemalics LAXVRENCE 'THOMAS ROYSTER, M.D.. . . . . . . Professor of Pediairics TIPTON RAY SNAVELY, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. .... . Professor of Economics WILBUR ARBIISTEAIJ NELSON, B.S., M.A. ..... . Corcoran Professor of Geology XVILLIAM HALL GOODWIN, B.A., M.D. ........ . Professor of Clinical Surgery and Gynecology JOHN HENRY NEFF, B.A., M.D. ............ . Professor of Urology GARDNER LLOYD CARTER, M.A., Ph.D. ...... . Professor of Chemislry JAMES COOK BARDIN, M.D. ........... . Professor of Ronianic Languages ALBERT JULIUS BARLOW, B.A., B.B.A., C.P.A. ...... "Cr Colonnade Club . . Rugby Road . . 6 Monroe Hill . . Varsity Hall . . Rugby Road . University Place . Gildersleeve Wood . . Cismont, Va. estwoOd," Ivy Road . Professor of Commerce and Business fldministration ABRAHAM BERGLUND, B.A., Ph.D.. ..... . . . . . . Professor of Commerce and Business Administration ATCHESON LAUGHLIN HENCH, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. ..... . Professor of English ELBERT ALVIS ICINCAID, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. . ........ Professor of Commerce and Business fldminislraiion ROBERT IQENT GOOCH, B.A., M.A., D.Phil. QOxon.J ..... Professor of Political Science W. PATTON GRAHAM, B.A., M.A. ......... . Professor of Romanic Languages 47 . . . Rugby Road . East Jefferson St. . . . Rugby Road . . Ivy Road . . Wertland St. I 9 3 CORKS 4 , ,- A551 ff 7 'f , f-., 1 Z : 4.1 . r' "'f2. - :g fffa 9 j '04 VAL? r .., ., not :JV IJ' 5' fy pa, , Ffa E5 4-'52 ,.. .: f'J 5: ff ., ,. r 1:3 f fi ,. .. ,.,2 f!'5 CAND CURLS JOSEPH KENT ROBERTS, M.A., B.A., Ph.D. ..... P. O. Professor of Geology Box I47 I, University FLOYD NELSON HOUSE, M.A., Ph.D. ....... . Professor of Sociology . Rugby Apartments WILLIAM EDWARD BRAY, B.A., M.D. ....... . Professor of Clinical Pathology . .University Place JOHN HOWE YOE, M.S., M.A., Ph.D. ....... . Professor of Chemistry . Wayside Place FREDERICK DEANE GOOIJXVIN Rnz1sI,E, M.A., LL.B. . . . Colonnade Club Professor of Lafw EDMUND S. CAMPBELL, M.S. .... . ...... . Professor of Art and Architecture . .55 West Range ORLAND EMILE WHITE, B.S., M.S., Sc.D. ......... Jefferson Park Avenue Professor of Agricultural Biology and Director of the Blandy Experimental Farm ARTHUR FERGUSON BENTON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. ....... Fry's Spring Road Professor of Chemistry GARRARD GLENN, A.B., LL.B. ......... . Ivy, Virginia Professor of Lafw LOUISE OATES, B.S., B.A., M.A. ........... . . 205 Preston Ct. Professor of Nursing Education EDWIN PARTRIDGE LEHMAN, B.A., M.D. ......... Meadowbrook Hills Professor of Surgery and Gynecology SYDNEY WILLIAM BRITTON, B.S., M.D., C.M. ........ Fendall Avenue Professor of Physiology WILLIAM EDWARD BROWN, M.D. .......... . Blue Ridge Sanatorium Professor of Phthisiotherapy JAMES GLENN DRIVER . . ........... . . . Faculty Apartment Assistant Athletic Director WALTER ALEXANDER ZNIONTGONIERY, B.A., PH.D. . . . care Mr. W. C. Whitlock Professor of Latin KENNETH FULLER MAXCY, B.A., M.D., D.P.H. ......... Burnley Avenue Professor of Prefventifue Medicine and Bacteriology i ALFRED CHANUTIN, Ph.B., Ph.D. ............. . .University Professor of Biochemistry EDWARD WATTS SAUNDERS, JR., C.E. ............. IOO6 E. High St. Professor of Applied Mathematics LINWOOD LEI-IMAN, M.A., Ph.D. . . . ..... . . . . Lelnnanor, University Professor of Latin ARTHUR FRANCIS MACCONOCPIIE, B.Sc. CEng.j Lond. . . . . Farmington Professor of Mechanical Engineering FRANK STRINGFELLOW BARR, B.A., M.A. QOxonj. . . Journey's End, 12th St., N.W. Professor of History 48 JESSE WAKEFIELD BEAMS, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. . . . Monroe Hill Professor of Physics SCOTT MILROSS BUCHANAN, B.A., Ph.D. ...... . . Rugby Road Professor of Philosophy CARL CASKEY SPEIDEL, Ph.B., Ph.D. ........ . DawsOn's Row Professor of Anatomy CARLISLE SANFORD LENTz, B.A., M.D.. ............. Rugby Road Professor of Hospital Administration and Superintendent of the Uni-versity Hospital JAMES ROBERT CASH, M.A., M.D. . . .............. Farmington Walter Reed Professor of Pathology TIFFANY JOHNS WILLIAMS, B.A., M.D. ........... McCormick Road Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology EARNEST JACKSON OOLESRY,M.A.. . . . . . . . . . . . .Brook Hill Professor of Engineering Mathematics LESLIE HEPIIURN BUCKLER, B.A., M.A. .......... R. F. D. 2, Ch'ville Professor of Lafw ROBERT VIVIAN FUNSTEN, M.D. ......... "Highlands," Barracks Road Professor of Orthopedic Surgery GORDON THOINTAS WHYRURN, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. . . . .University Professor of Mathematics EDWARD JAMES MCSHANE, B.E., B.S., M.E., Ph.D. . . . Lewis Mt. Road Professor of Mathematics NORTON PRITCHETT ...................... Rugby Road Director Department Athletics and Physical Education ROEERTA LOIS HCJLLINGSWORTH, B.A., Ph.D. ..... ..... 9 5O Locust Ave. Acting Dean of Women DUDLEY CROFFORD SMITH, B.S., M.D. ............ University Place Professor of Dermatology and Syphilology FLETCHER DRUMMOND WOODWARD, M.D. ....... . . Rugby Road Professor of Otolaryngology VINCENT WILLIAM ARCHER, B.S., M.D. ...... . . Mason Lane Professor of Roenlgenology I'IERlVlAN PATRICK JOHNSON, B.A., M.A., Ph.M. ..... . . University Associate Professor of English Literature CHARLES WAKEFIELD PAUL . ....... ........ W hitehead Cottage Associate Professor of Public Speaking JAMES ERNEST ICINDRED, M.A., Ph.D. .......... Box 1341, University Associate Professor of Ilistology and Embryology FREDERICK LYONS BROWN, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. . . . . . Box 1052, University Associate Professor of Physics HARRY ROGERS PRATT ............. . . "The Mews," West Lawn Associate Professor of Music and Dramatic Art 49 l'93 CORKS . I ,f ,-.45 , 1 , .- 1 'fo :fb .., 1114, ,f - 'ffl ,, s 7: :E 4:55 12 ff fe ',: 9 :le 1 fi -5 ,. .. f' i2 feb? , 554 Z' 7 f'f "4 " -. f f, 5 A, .., "f,p, ' 2 an "--Z2 SAND CuRLs BEN-ZION LINEIELD, B.S., M.S., Grad. in Math., Ph.D., D.S.. . . . Cabell Ave. Associate Professor of Mathematics ARMISTEAD CHURCHILL GORDON, JR., B.A., M.A., Ph.D. . . . Fry's Spring Road Associate Professor of English BRUCE DODSON REYNOLDS, B.S., Sc.D.. ........... 6 Mirainont Apts. Associate Professor of Biology ARTHUR KYLE DAXllS, JR., B.A., B.Litt. COxon.J, M.A., Ph.D. . . . Faculty Apts. Associate Professor of English LAWRENCETHECJIJORE LUDwIG,B.P.E.,M.ED.. . . . . . . . . .University Associate Professor of Physical Education CHARLES PATTERSON NASH, JR., B.S., LL.B. ......... Meadowbrook Hills Associate Professor of Lafw JAMES SHANNON MILLER, JR., A.B., B.S., E.E. . ....... Montibello Circle Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering CHARLES HENDERSON, . .... . ..... . . . . . . .Rugby Road Associate Professor of Experimental Engineering GEORGE TALlX'IAGE STARNES, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. . ........ Montibello Hill Associate Professor of Commerce and Business Administration CHARLES NEWTON HULXVEY, B.S., M.S., LL.B. .......... University Associate Professor of Commercial Lafw HENRY BEARDEN MULPIOLLAND, M.D.. . . . . . . . . .Meadowbrook Hills Associate Professor of Medicine JAMES EDWIN WOOD, JR., B.S., M.D. ............ Preston Heights Associate Professor of Internal Medicine FRANK ARTHUR GELD.ARIJ, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. ...... . . Edgewood Lane Associate Professor of Psychology THOMAS CARY JOHNSON, B.A., M.A. ......... . . Stribling Avenue Associate Professor of Ilistory FRANK WILLIAM HOFFER, M.A., Ph.D. ....... . . Rugby Road ' Associate Professor of Sociology ROBERT ELIOT LUTZ, B.S., Ph.D. ........... . . Hilltop Road Associate Professor of Chemistry LAUREN BLAKELY HITCI-ICOCK, B.S., Sc.D., M.S. ....... Stony Point Road Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering ALFRED AKERMAN, B.A., M.F. ............. . . Triplett, Va. Associate Professor of Forestry DAVID COLE WILSON, B.A., M.D. .............. . . University Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology GEORGE WASHINGTON SPICER, B.A., Ph.D. ........ Meadowbrook Hills Associate Professor of Political Science DUNCAN CLARK HYDE, M.A., Ph.D. . ..... . . . ..... University Associate Professor of Economics EARL GODFREY MELLOR, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. ........ Old Lynchburg Road Associate Professor of Ro1nanic Philology 50 ARCHIBALD ANDERSON HILL, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. .... . Associate Professor of English Philology FREDERIC TURNEULL WOOD, B.A., Ph.D. ...... . . . . Associate Professor of Germanic Philology . . University . . Rugby Road THOMAS PERKINS AEERNETHY, Ph.D. .... . ....... Watson Terrace Richmond Alumni Associate Professor of Ilistory ALEXANDER DAVIIJ FRASER, B.A., M.A., PILD. ..... . Associate Professor of Archaeology . . University ORESTE F. RINETTI, Ph.D. ............... Faculty Apartments Associate Professor of Italian MELVIN GARDNER DE CI-IAZEAU, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. . Associate Professor of Commerce HERRTAN CARL HESSE, B.S., M.E. .......... . ' Associate Professor of Engineering Drafwing RONVLAND ANDREVVS EGGER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. ..... . Associate Professor of Political Science ALBERT EUGENE CASEY, M.D. . ........... Associate Professor of Pathology GEORGE WILLARD EUTSLER, M.A. . ..... . .... Associate Professor of Extension Education R. CHAPIN JONES, B.A., M.F. ..... ....... . Associate Professor of Forestry C. HOWE ELLER, B.A., M.D., Sc.D., Dr.'P.H.. . . . . . Associate Professor of Public Ilealth l'lARDY CROSS DILLARD, Grad. U. S. Military Academy, LL.l3. Acting Associate Professor of Lafw RAYMOND UHL, B.A., M.A. ............ , . Acting Associate Professor of Political Science STANISLAW JOHN MAKlEl.SKl, B.S. in Architecture ..... Assistant Professor of Art and Architecture ARTHUR AUGUST PEGAU, B.A., M.A., Ph.D ...... . . Assistant Professor of Geology EDWIN MORRIS BETTS, M.S., Ph.D.. ........ , Assistant Professor of Biology WILLIAM WIRT WADDELL, JR., B.S., M.D. . ..... Assistant Professor of Pediatrics FRANZ IQARL MOHR, M.A., Doctor Juris . ...... Assistant Professor of German HUGH MILLER SPENCER, B.A., M.S., Ph.D. .... . Assistant Professor of Chemistry CHARLES BRUCE MORTON II, B.S., M.D. ....... . Assistant Professor of Surgery and Gynecology . . .University . Montibcllo Circle Fairfax Apartments . .University . . . . University Gildersleeve Wood . . Fairfax Apts. . Sharnrock Road 207 Preston Court . . Barracks Road . . Rosser Lane . Edgewood Lane . . Wayside Place II Monroe Apts. . Colonnade Club . Edgewood Lane ALEXANDER VYSSOTSKY, Ph.D. ........... . . Observatory Mountain Assistant Professor of Astronomy 5l I 9 3 ff 1551: C 0 R K -2254-iss, AN D Cu R LS -"' ii PETER VAN DE IQAMP, Ph.D. .......,. ...... . Observatory Mountain 51-"Q 'fi Assistant Professor of .flslronomy ff 4 THADDEUS BRAXTON NVOODY, M.A. ......... . . Gildersleeve Wood 'J Assistant Professor of Spanish 1 ADELAIDE ADELIA lV.lAYO, M.A. .............. IO Oakhurst Circle Assistant Professor of Nursing Education NILS HAMMARSTRAND, B.A., M.A., C.E.. ....... . Assistant Professor of Ilislory of Art ARCHIBALD BOLLING SHEPPERSON, M.A., Ph.D. .... Assistant Professor of English . . Hilltop Road . . Rugby Road EDWARD LYMAN COREY, B.A., Ph.D. ........... Old Lynchburg Road .flssislant Professor of Physiology ORON JAMES HALE, M.A., B.A., Ph.D. ....... . Assistant Professor of Ilislory RAYMOND CONRAD l'lEIDLOFF, B.P.E., l3.S. ....... . Assistant Professor of Physical Erlucation CHARLES IQIDDER DAvENIfORT, B.A., C.iP.H., Ph.D. . . . . Assistant Professor of Philosophy VVAYNE DENNIS, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. . ...... . . Assistant Professor of Psychology JOHN ALEXANDER RORER, B.A., M.A. ......... . Assistant Professor of Extension Teaelling FREDRICK CHARLES DISQUE, B.A., M.S. ........ . Assistant Professor of Architecture EVERETT FOOO DAVIS, B.S., PILD. ......... . Assistant Professor of Biology JOHN MCINTYRE NOREs, M.D. ............ . Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Watson Terrace . Oxford Circle . .Farmington . University . University . . University . . Rugby Road University Circle FREDERICK TRACY lx40RSE, E.E., M.E. ............ . . Red Hill Acting Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering THOMAS H. EVANS, B.S., M.S. Cin C.E.J ........ Assistant Professor of Ci-vi! Engineering EDXVIN BURTON, M.D. .............. . Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology LESTER JESSE CAPPON, M.A., Ph.D. . ........ Acting Assistant Professor of Ilislory JAMES CECIL NELSON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. . ....... 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C o R K 5 5'Q:T,"6Z' ew AND Cu RLS 5: , 'f' ' ,f . ,Z ff: 1: THE HONOR MEN The University of Virginia writes her highest degree on the souls of her sons. The parchment page of scholarship-the jeweled emblem of a fraternity-the orange symbol of athletic prowess-all these, a year hence, will be at best the mementos of happy hours-like the withered flower a woman presses be- tween the pages of a book for sentiment's sake. But- If you live a long, long time, and hold honesty of conscience above honesty of purse, And turn aside without ostentation to aid the weak, And treasure ideals more than raw ambition, And track no man to his undeserved hurt, And pursue no woman to her tears, And love the beauty of noble music and mist-veiled moun- tains and blossoming valleys and great monuments- If you live a very long time and, keeping the faith in all these things hour by hour, still see that the sun gilds your path with real gold and the moon floats in dream silver, Then- Remembering the purple shadows on the Lawn, the majesty of the colonnades, and the dream of your youth, you may say in reverence and thankfulness: "I have worn the honors of Honor. I graduated from Virginia." JAMES HAY, JR., '03. 60 A COLLEGE CF ARTS AND SCIENCES OFFICERS f CHARLES I-IOMER BAs'r PASCHAL DUPUY FOWLKES President Vice-President GEORGE ERVUIN ENGELHARD Secretary-Treasurer JOHN RYLAND GARNETT Historian 6I 2 4. 1. 4-. 4 9. a '- 1 2 ?Q Q6 4'- ,. 1 2 1. 94 I 9 3 E if 9. I z 91 ,6 , 4! Za i:,'51 ,gm Z 553 Z. K 1-,,,4:,,. ' 1, I '. '-. 'fak- oRKs 5' ' 'fig 'f 1 9-5-A X AN In C u R LS HZ! f,:. 4"-'E I f-- ': f'5 -I ,,.I . y M THEGRADUAUNG E CLASS OF THE JOHN DAVID ABBITT, JR, 521 Raleigh Avenue NORFOLK, VIRGINIA B.S. in Commerce EDWARD WILLIAM ALTHEIMER l60 Central Park, South NEW Yom: CITY Bachelor of Science EDGAR MATTHEWS ANDREWS, JR. 603 South Davis Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science ALAN ARENSBERG 4739 Bayard Streec PITTSEURG, PENNSYLVANIA Bachelor of Science ROBERT LEE AULDRIDGE MILL POINT, WEST VIRGINIA B.S. in Architecture IRA LEWIS AVERY UNIVERSITY, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Arn WILLIAM SMITH BANKS BECKLEY, WEST VIRGINIA Bachelor ol Science NATHANIEL LONGSTREET BARNWELL 28 Lamboll Street CHARLESTON, SQUTII CAROLINA Bachelor of Art: WILLIAM BODDIE BARTELS 1625 Vinton Avenue MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE , Bachelor of Science RANDOLPH BARTON, III I 913 Cecil Road WILMINGTON, DELAWARE Bachelor of Science 62 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CHARLES HOMER BAST 517 Hanson Street EAs'roN, MARYLANU Brlrlaelnr of Scienfe CHARLES GREENLEAF BELL 1603 Wnshillgtoxx Avenue GusuNvII.I.a, Mrssrssmm Bachelor nf Science FREDERICK MARTIN BELMORE CIIozI2'r, VIRGINIA Bachelor ol Srienre WILLIAM NOLAND BERKELEY, JR. 30 Fairview Street YONKIIRS, Nnw Yom: ILS. in Cummerre ALFRED CHILTON BISHOP 100 Fillmore Street LYNCHIIUIIG, VIRGINIA ILS. in Commerce MARSHALL PHILIP BISSELL ll Willowdnlc Court MoNrI:I,Am, Nlsw Jnusmf ILS. in Crmmlerce EVERNGHIM BLAKE GIIIIENWICII. CONNECTICUT Burhelor of Stience ROBERT IRWIN BLAKSLEE Alden Park Manor GHRMANTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA lirrrlyrlnr uf Scientf NED HOOKER 2415 Longest Avenue IIOUISVILLLI, KnN'I'ucxY llrlrbclar of Srienre CURTIS FRYE BOULDIN IVIARTINSVILLH, VIRGINIA Bachelor al Science 9 Z 1 '- , 4 4'- I 9. P 1 A 51 ,Aj .V 63 1. Z. V Z 6 Eff? 1 11" TI-IE GRADUATING g X,- ,f z',::,Z,..,, C RKS 0 1 X 1 AN D C u R LS V f:.' S' 1-5 . ,,.1, Q .-3 1 ,F E , . CLASS OF THE .JAMES ALEXANDER BRALLEY ALTAVISTA, VIRGINIA ILS. in Chemisrry VOMER BRETT, JR. American Consulate ROTTHRIIAM, HoI.I.ANIJ Bacbclor of Sticncc JAMES STEELE BRIGGS l7 Greenvicw Avenue PRINCBTQN, New JERSEY B..S'. in Cumrneru WALTER GORDON BROWDER Church Road, Virginia Batbclur of Arts JAMES DALL BRONWN, JR. MACIIODOC, VIRGINIA Bachtlor of Ari: GERALD LOUIS BRUCK I2 East 86th Street New YORK CIW B.S. in Commerce WILLIAM CABELL 3412 Hawthorne Avenue RICIIMOND, VIRGINIA Buthrlm of Scicnre ROBERT BOLLING CAMERON 812 South Sycamore Street Pwrunsnunc, VIRGINIA Bath:-lor of Science VINCENT CARDWELL HAMPTON, VIRGINIA ' Barb:-lor of Srivncr CHARLES WALTER CARNAN, JR. Roland Park Apartments BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Bachelor of Srirnce 64 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ROBERT FRANKLIN CARPENTER, JR. 2913 Drummond Road SHAKER HEIGHTS, Omo Bachelor of Science FRANCIS EDWARD CARTER, JR. Episcopal High School ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Arts STEPHEN STUART CHAMBERLAIN 30 Lenox Place MAPLBWOOD, NEW JERSEY Bachelor of Science ITALO CHARAMELLA Ill6 Tatnall Street WII.MINGToN, DELAWARE Bachelor of Science HERBERT BROOKE CHERMSIDE. JR. CHARI.o'r'rIsI Comm' House, VIRGINIA Bachelor ol Arn GRAHAM CLARK 267 Chestnut Street ENGLEWOOD, Nuw JERSEY Bachelor of Science HARRY ELLWOOD CLARK, JR. EAs'roN, MARYLAND Bachelor of Science JOHN ALEXANDER COCKE HOLl.INS, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science RICHARD ASHTON COCKE PALMYRA, VIRGINIA B.s. in Commerce ASHBY COLEMAN ll8 Harrison Street LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science f . CLASS OF THE iff' 4 ,f ,f f 1 F' -C f'1"4-159. ORKS ff fy' 'QM 5-'I' 'wah g? ,P"4L2 -J V L29 AND CURLS If ' :- ,' ,. 52: f-- .: f'5 4: ,, .I .. 9 1:3 1 5: ' f 4 'E THE GRADUATING HAROLD LEE COLVOCORESSES LI1'cIII2II1I.n, CONNECTICUT Buclrclur ol Scicncc MAYNARD CALVIN CONNER BUFFALO RIDGE, VIRGINIA Bucbrlur of Scicnfc SEYMOUR DAVID COPLAN 37 Mouxmt Hope Avenue PIIovInI2NI:H, Ruomz ISLAND Bachelor of Scimcc RALPH THOYVIPSON CRANE, JR. 9 W0l1d0VEr Road MoN'rcI.AIu, New JERSEY Buchrlur of Sricncc RUFUS OSBORN CROSBY MoN'rc.oMI:IIu', AI,AnAMA Buthvlor of Science JOHN MARIS CUTSINGER FRANKLIN, INDIANA Batbclm al Arts WILLIAM NEWLANDS DABNEY 1633 Connecticut Avenue, N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. Bachelor uf Scirnrc VIRGIL CLAYTON DANIELS, JR. BOYDTON, VIRGINIA liurlvrlnr ul Arif LOUIS LAFAYETTE DHMATTEIS 132 East Elm Street HOMBI1 CITY, PENNSYLVANIA 13.5. in Commcru' IRVING TEMPLE DENEMARK 1452 55th Street BnooxI.YN, New Yom: B.S. in Architrclurc 66 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES STEWART DENSLOW ST. JAMES SCHOOL, MARYLAND Bachelor of Arts EDGAR DONEGAN B'AsuL, SWITZERLAND BAY. in Commerce JOHN ROWLAND DUDLEY MIDDLBBURG, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Arn HENRY DUNLOP ECKER 3027 N Street, N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. Bachelor of Science JEROME PHILLIP ECKSTEINKJR. 624 Victory Drive SAVANNAH, GIEORGXA Bachelor of Science CHARLES EVERETTE EGGLESTON MARTINSVILLB, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science MAYO LOWNDES EMORY CRANFORD, New Juusuy Bachelor of Science GEORGE ERWIN ENGELHARD 142 Seeley Avenue AIzI.INu'I'oN, NEW Jausuv Bachelor of Science AUGUSTUS CHARLES EPPS 2501 Grove Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science JOHN CHARLES FERGUSON CORAOPOLIS, PENNSYLVANIA Bachelor of Arn an .. :-12' ff" JI: CLASS OF THE 4 544 z' f fda.---.. J ,, :A.,--. 'of- CORKS W 5:2 '-.02 . :7 V'4iQ :J ' nf 7 L. f f' WL? AN D C U R LS :f I ,. 20? 7 . ,: ,:' 2 " ' 11152 f'L 2: ,,,L ,. 7 :E ' jf .: THE GRADUATING AUBREY WRAY FITCH, JR. Naval Air Station SAN Dmco, CALIFORNIA Bachelor of Science ROBERT N. FLOOD 149 Church Street NORTH AIIAMS, MASSACIIUSBTTS liuclvclor nf Scimrc PASCHAL DUPUY FOWLKES 3508 Seminary Avenue RIc:IIMoNn, VIRGINIA Bachelor uf lirlf XVILLIAM EDWARD FRANCIS H00 Washington Avenue GIu2ENvII.LIz, MISSISSIPPI liacbclnr of Science' DAVID MILTON FRENCH 509 Cameron Street ALIIXANIJRIA, VIRGINIA ILS. in Clarmirlry JOHN RYLAND GARNETT 600 Rock Spring Drive CHIZRIIYDALII. VIIIGINIA liacbclar of Scirnrr RICHARD WINGFIELD GARNETT, JR. DANVILLIS, VIRGINIA liachclor of Scicncc ROBERT HARRISON GILES, JR. 15 Riverland Road RoANoxIa, VIRGINIA Ilarhclur nf Science JERROLD RICHARD GLADSTONE 470 West End Avenue Nnw Yoiuc CITY ILS. in Comnicrcc' WILLIAM JAY GOLD W 2928 Stare Street McKnI1sPon'r, PENNSYLVANIA , w Iiucbclor of Science 68 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES HERBERT M. COLDMANN, JR. Belle Harbor LONG ISLAND, Nnw YORK B.S. in Commcrcc ROBERT ARCHER GOODWIN. JR. MILLWGOD, VIRGINIA Buchclor uf Scicncc THOMAS CHRISTIAN GORDON, JR. 1001 Floyd Avenue RIcHIvIoNII, VIIKGINIA Bachelor of Scicncc C. STEWART GRAHAM, JR. SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO 13.5. in Commerce WILLIAM KEITH-FALCONER GRANT RIIMINGTGN, VIRGINIA Bachelor ul Science ASA W. GRAVES LACEY SPRING, VIRGINIA ' Bnclrclor of Scicncc LAWRENCE CAMPBELL HAINES 3 Orchard Road MOUN1' KISCO, NIIW Yoruc Bachelor of Scicncc LEWIS PAGE HALL 225 Concord Avenue, N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. Bachelor of Sclnwc WILLIAM EDWARD HALL AITTON, VIRGINIA Bncbclar uf Am JAMES WADDELL HANCOCK 57 Sth Street, N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA Bachelor of Scicnrc J CORKQ AND CURLS THE GRADUATING CLASS OF THE FREDERICK ST. PAUL HENSTRIDGE Hammonnsvonr, Nuw Yonx llarlrclur uf Scimrc JOHN HARRELL HILL H21 Werllarld Street CIIAIu.o1'I'IzsvILI.Iz, VIRGINIA liaclvrlor of Sricnrc JAMES DURHAM HOBBS, JR. Farmington CIIAIII.o1'I'I1svII.I.I2, VIRGINIA li-lthrlur ul A115 MARTIN SOLOMON HOFFER 828 Harrington Avenue NoIzIIoI.Ic, VIRGINIA lirlcbrlnr of Srirncr ROBERT GERST HOFHEIMER 700 Maury Place NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Bachrlor of Science' PEYTON HARRISON HOGE, III 2424 Ransdalc Avenue I.ouIsvII.I.Iz, KENTUCKY liurhvlur of Srirncr JAMES HOLMES Charlcsmcadc Road BALTIMORE, M1IIn'I.aNIm Bslfhflvf nf Arn ROBERT FREDERICK STEARNES HOMANN 308 South 56th Srrccr OMAIIA, Nmmasxa Bachelor ol Scicnrv ALBERT SAMUEL HOIIWITZ l307 John Street CIIAIlI.OT'l'IfSVII.I.II, VIIIGINIA 13.5. in Chcnlixlry PAUL PHILIP HUFFARD, JR. Hollywood Avenue, Douglasron LONG ISLAND, New Yom: Bachrlor of Sricncr 70 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CHARLES NEWTON HULVEY, JR. "Crestwood" CIIARLOTTBSVILLB, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science WII.L1AM STROBEL HUNTER 1117 Virginia Street CIIAIILIISTON, WEST VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science CHARLES S. HUTZLER 4104 Hermitage Road RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science FRANCIS GODWIN JAMES 4 Niansfield Street New HAVEN, CONNECTICUT Bachelor ol Science JAMES PAUL JENKINS 659 Holley Avenue CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA B.S. in Commerce FRANCIS VICTOR JOHNSON 28 Bedford Avenue MBIIIIICK, New Yom: Bachelor ol Science ROBERT CARTER WELLFORD JONES 3216 Hawthorne Avenue RICI-IMOND, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science THOMAS RUTLEDGE KING 419 Mary Street BRISTOL, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science PHILIP WHITLOCK KLAUS 815 Spottswood Road RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Bachelor ol Science ARTHUR KLINEFELTER 5 Harvest Road BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Bachelor of Arts 1 4 4 4 A , 2: ? :4 1 1 :fd f.: ,9' f in ff fy I Z7 W iv 4 if if I S4 K ali! 4-f f ff WL! 37 ,. .. 5' I5 ,gg 412 ,I ,. Z 5454 , 5' 6f':"4-Z'-- ORKS f fzi. 'GM "' I 'fffz :E 7"4LJ ,. , VW AN D C U R LS 4:6 ,.. 1: ff: -: ,,,: ,. ? IE ' 5 THE GRADUATING CLASS OF TH E JEROME MILTON KOHN BILLINGS, MONTANA Bachelor of Science HAROLD MAURICE KRAMER 60 Magnolia Street HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Bnchclor of Scicncc EDWIN STONE LAIDLAW Jovcllar 39 HAVANA, CUBA Bacbclor of Science EVERETT LEE 1603 Park Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Scicncc XWILLIAM NORRIS LEONARD RowAY'roN, CONNECTICUT Bachelor of Arn TOM DEANE LEWIS AMIIBRST, VIRGINIA Barhclor ol Scicnce HASKIN VINCENT LITTLE BRIS, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Ari: FREDERICK CAREY LOVITT 2383 Strnthmorc Place MIEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Bachelor nf Scicncc EDWARD DEMING LUCAS, JR. 1731 Brandon Avenue PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA Bachelor af Science J. MILTON LUKEMAN PULASKI, VIRGINIA Bnclrclar of Scicncc COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES GILBERT MALAWISTA 72 Ravine Avenue CALDWELL, NEW Jmxsex' Bachelor of Science EDYVIN CLARE IVICCLINTOCK. JR. I544 North Edgewood CLARENDON, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Ari: WILLIAM DAVID MGKINNIE, JR. 206 North Royal JACKSON, TENNESSEE B.S. in Architecture WILLIAM ALLEN MELVIN 331 53rd Street NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA Bachelor ol Science ROBERT MITCHELL METCALF. JR. 647 West Drive MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Bachelor of Science RALPH EUGENE METZ 253 Raymond Street I-IASBRDUCK HEIGHTS. NEW jiansm' BAY, in Commerce HUGH MILLER, JR. 3013 Seminary Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA B.S. in Commerce WILLIAM W. MOI-ILHENRICH Summit Avenue CATONSVILLE, MARYLAND Bachelor of Science CHARLES I-I. MOORE, JR. NEW MARKET, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science GEORGE GILMORE MOORE WYTHEVILLB, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science fx I ,- 4 I 9 73 9. ,. 91 '4 42 ga 1 1. 2 f .6 ?74l X '62 1 .1 , 29 ff, Ezf 2 af E25 '41 z If f I 0 fs Ey 93 r I 57 462 , If, '- I, .45 ., I 45 ' ,Eff if !'f: 1 11" I ff ORKS 1 izi R452 "" I 57' "-02 If 9"6QI' ,. f . .- ,,.. :: 1' f""' AN D C U RLS ,oz 7 4-',2 Y W f.. .1 1-sc: ,,.. .. 7 fi' 5 QL THEGRADUAUNG CLASS OF THE 1 JOHN HOPE MOORMAN, JR. CONICVILLE, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Scicnce CHARLES EDWARD MORAN, JR. Shamrock Road CHARLO'l'TBSVll.Ll'i, VIRGINIA Buchclor of Scif-ncc JOHN WALSH MORSE CHARLOTTBSVILLB, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science BERNARD KYLE MUNDY 227 Westmoreland Street LYNCHIIURG, VIRGINIA Bachelor uf Science .JOSEPH CARSON MUSTARD CISMONT, VIllGlNIA 13.5. in Commerce EDWARD LEE MYERS, JR. 201 East 28th Street NORFOI.K, VIRGINIA 13.3. in Archilcclure JOHN ANASTASIOS NOTOPOULOS ll04 14th Avenue A1.TOONA, PENNSYLVANIA Bachelor of Art! SEVERN MARCELLUS NOTTINGHAM, JR ORANGE, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Arn EDWARD SAMUEL OVERMAN 1407 Jackson Street Sou'I'II NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Bachelor ol Science JOHN HARVARD PAGE 575 Park Avenue NEW Yom: CITY I Bachelor of Science 74 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM THOMAS PARROTT 701 Locust Avenue CHAIu.oT1'IsSvII.LE, VIRGINIA B.S. in Geology JAMES ROYDEN PEABODY, JR. l65I Spring Drive LouIsvII.I.I3, KEN'I'ucI:Y Bachelor of Science WILLIAM GREEN POINDEXTER MORGAN CITY, MISSISSIPPI Bachelor of Science CLAIBORNE MCDOWELL POPE 312 Sr. Andrew Street Pxrrisrzsnunc, VIRGINIA Bachelor ol Science RICHARD JANVIER PORTER 2 Palmer Avenue SwAIvIvscoTT, MASSACHUSETTS Bachelor of Art: HARVEY HAROLD POSTER 570 Bay Street STAPLIITON, NEW Yom: Bachelor ol Science JOHN BARRY PURCELL 6402 Three Chop: Road RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Arts ARMIN H. RAPPAPORT 1460 Sith Sarees BROOKLYN, NEW Yom: Bachelor of Science JOHN HOWARD RAYMOND 136 North Mountain Avenue lVl0NTCLAlR, NSW Jsnsmr Bachelor of Science EDMUND RHETT 64 Murray Boulevard CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA Bachelor of Science 4 '15 . "if I 5? 3, I 1 6 5,1 'I A ' ,f ,Y c,: 5 I 1, aj ,I E! n :ff if 441, f , I4 2,7 If Q7 I : 1 if sf f 7 f'J 'Z g ff. 1 4455 C o R K s , ff "ff all IVWQQ- EW AND Cu R LS M2 ,f 4' 1. . f'5. ,, ,. 9 ,-1 1 fF.2 4-, .: f.,, , ,.., . -,,' ,- 9,03 THE GRADUATING CLASS OF TH E HERBERT J. RICH. JR. 1526 Buchanan Street, N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. ILS. in Chfmirlry JAMES DELORAINE RICHARDSON 525 Washington Avenue, S. W. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA Barhrlor of Sricnrz' HILTON L, RICKARD 255 Columbus Avenue HASBROUCK HEIGI-I'I's, New JERSEY Bachelor of Science EDWARD JOSEPH RITTENBERG 6 Wes: 77th Street Nuw YORK CITY Bachelor of Scivnrr FRANK FLOURNOY ROBERSON 411 Furrilicatinn Street JACKSON, Mississippi Bathvlur of Scicnra ALAN SCOTT ROBINSON 924 Euclid Avenue WINNETKA, ILLINOIS ILS. in Arthilrttun' RIAL NELSON ROSE 803 North Danville Street CLARENDON, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science FRANCIS COLEMAN ROSENBERGER ll4 North Washington Street AI,axANIJIuA, VIRGINIA Barhelvr of Scienre EUGENE GARLAND ROSS, JR. 1229 Main St. CHAIzI.o'I"rI:svILLIz, VIRGINIA Bachelor af Ari: MILTON ROSS 927 Bcrgenline Avenue , Noimi BERGEN, New Jzanssrf . Bachelor of Science 7b COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CHARLES VERNON SANDERS MCLEAN, VIRGINIA B.S. in Commcrcc CHARLES FREDERICK SCHWARTZ l7l5 Chilton Sm-cr BALTIMORE, MARYLANII Bacbclur of Arlr JAMES ALAN WILSON SCOTT 786 Delaware Avenue BUFFALO, Nnw YORK B-Ichclor of Ari: VIRGINIUS RANDOLPH SHACKELFORD, JR. ORANGE. VIRGINIA liuchclor of Science BAYARD SHARP 16th and Brincklc Avenue WII.MINGToN, DIELAWARII Bachelor of Science DONNELL MIDDLETON SMITH STBVIINSON, MARYLAND I3.IcIn-lor of Scicncc FRANCIS DUNNINGTON SMITH 226 South Elm Street HHNIIIIIISON, KIINTIIIIRY lilwhvlur uf Science HERBERT MCKELDEN SMITH S'rAuN1'oN, VIRGINIA Ifnclvclur of Arif MASON SMITH 314 Overbrook Road RIcIIMoNn. VIIKGINIA liarlwilnr of Sciencc RAYMOND O. SMITH ll0 Overlook Avenue BIaI.I.IIvII.I.Iz, NEW JIIRSIIY liuchclur of Scicnce CORKS ,f ,2 ' ,, . 1-L ff-,. pre 17 'E A., ,g ,,.. f'f2 ,,"g 4 nf z f 51, f :iff f'4':iQb. ,7 I: ,g 014 gf' --of Q04 ' 'f WAND CURLS ' THEGRADUATING CLASS OF THE THOMAS SMITH 1060 Ocean Avenue BIIooItI.YN, NEW Yom: Bachelor of Science THOMAS BASCOM STALEY Zll 14th Street CHARLOTTHSVILLB, VIRGINIA B.S. in Arclrilcclurc WALTER STERLING SURREY 235 East 22nd Street NEW YORK CITY Bachelor of Science CABELL MAYO TABB 2625 Monument Avenue RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Ari: COLSTON TAYLOR GILBERT, WEST VIRGINIA B.S. in Archilcclurc FREDERICK GORDON TICE ROANOKE, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science RICHARD BARBER TILLINGHAST, JR. LITCHFIELD, CONNEC1'ICU'l' Bachelor uf Science JAMES BAKER TWYMAN Rugby Road CHARLOTTESVILLH, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Ari: ALEXANDER JULIUS VON THELEN CHARLOTTESVILLII, VIRGINIA I liuchelor of Science CHARLES GLENN WAI.LIS 1628 Bolton Street BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Bachelor of Arn 78 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ROLAND VAN WARD CIIARI.oTTRsvII.I.R, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science T. COLEMAN WARD, JR. 6323 Walnut Srrcer PITTSIIIIRGH, PENNSYLVANIA ll-n'lu'lnr ol Science JOHN AUGUSTUS WATTS 221 West 17th Street NORIfOLK, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science LIGE HARRY WEILL 100 North Crest Road CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSIIH Bachelur uf Science LESLIE EMANUEL WEINER 2533 Bcssemund Avenue FAR ROCKAWAY, NIIW Yom: Bncllelor of Science MCDONALD WELLFORD 409 West Franklin Street RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Arn THOMAS NEWBY WHITE. JR. FRANKLIN, VIRGIIRIA Bachelor of Science ALFRED GRAHAM WILLIAMS, III 501 May Avenue FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS 13.3. in Commerce GEORGE DANDRIDGE WILLIAMS 500 Wear Franklin Sm-er RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Bachelor nl Ari! JAMES LAWRENCE WILLIAMS COLONIAL BIIAGII, VIRGINIA Buclxrlor of Science 9.1. 5. 9, . I fi 5, 7 I 4 'I A - 1,1 7 422 'ff 1 17 az. 1 Q f., :ag nag 1, 18,11 215 'ez v ,A 'f X , 14 I "af W . If 48 ff f'. af z.: 1,4 79 V 2: '43 2 ., af' 4' 1 41 2. Qf In ' 235 ff , , , Qfiin., 1 f :A -. 'ff - oRKs , '--oh I.: 7012 Z- f fx V :J ' 5 pap? AN D C UR LS ,f f ,. F'5 fi lf'-E 1 f-f .: 1-s I: ,ht . 2 .-2 ,Q 2 K.. - COLLEGE OF ARTS I A AND SCIENCES RICHARD BLAND WILLIAMS, JR. 749 West Princess Anne Road NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Scicnce NORMAN LEE WILSON ll0 Winchester Street BROOKLINE, MAssAI:IIIIsI2'r'rs Bachelor of Science CARL ALVAR WIRTANEN 1627 59th Street KENOSHA, WISCONSIN Bachelor of Science JAMES RUSSELL WISELEY WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA Bachciur of Sclcnce THOMAS HENRY WISS, III 16 Pine Street MoImIs1'owN, New ,IIIIISIEY B.S. in Commerce DAVID CHRISTOPHER WOLFE 612 Pine Street joHNs1'oWN, PIZNNSYIIVANIA Bachelor of Arls CHARLES CRUMPTON XVORTHINGTON 537 Brandon Avenue CIIARLOTTBSVILLB, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Scicncc EDWIN TREMEN WYCKOFF 32 East Stanton Avenue BALDWIN, Nnw Your Bachelor of Scicnce NATHANIEL STARBUCK YALE NIAGARA FAI.I.s, NEW Yom: liachclor of Science CHARLES FIELDING YOUNG 735 16th Street, N. ST. PETERSBURG, FI,oI1IDA Bachelor of Scicnce 80 if . 4 B' W du. I ,bw ,If K K X- 1 ' U U I imgg I -in ' CN I 'SQL IA? 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New York City Z B 'l'5 Reporter, College Topics, 19335 Associate Editor, 1934-,355 Dean's List. JOIIN BEN'rI.uY ANDERSON . . . . . . . . 4 .-.- . . . . . . Owensboro, Kentucky EDGAR MA'I"I'I-Inws ANlJREVllS, JR. . . .... 4. - . - . . . . . . .. Richmond, Virginia A 'l' S25 A Il5 German Club5 Intermediate Hcnors5 Assistant Manager of Boxing. AI.AN ARENSBERG . . ........ . 3 - . . . . . . Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Glee Club5 Track Squadg Dean's List. RoIzIsR'r Lina AUl.llRlllCIZ . . .... . 5 . . . Mill Point, VVest Virginia Glec Club. IRA Lewis Avian' . . . . . . . ..... 4 . . ....... .. University, Virginia Glec Club, 1934-'365 Student Assembly, 1934-'365 Virginia Players, 1932-'365 Sl'CI'Cfill'Y, Virginia Players, 1935-'365 University Band, 1933-'365 University Orchestra, 1932-'335 Secretary, Jefferson Society, Spring. 19355 Vice-President, Jefferson Society, Fall, 19355 Virginia Magazine Staff, 1934-,35. WILLIAM SMITII BANKS. ......... 4 ---. .... . Beckley, VVest Virginia fl' K X5 T. I. L. K. A.5 A ll5 German Club5 First-Year Football Team5 First-Year Boxing Teamg Varsity Foot- hall T1-am5 Varsity Boxing Teamg "V" ClulJ5 Doxmitory Counselor5 Student LJnioI'I5 Brotherhood of St. Anelrcw. NA'rIIANII3I, LONGS'l'Rlil5'l' BARNwIzI.I. . . . . . 3 . . . . - . .. Charleston, South Carolina B 0 ll5 A llg P. K. Society5 Dean's Lisrg CYOSS-COUl1IIy', I934-'355 Track Squad, 1935-'36, WII.r.IAM BODl1lhBAR'l'El.S. . ....... 4. . . . . . . . . . Memphis, Tennessee X 'l'5 "Z5,' T. I. L. K. A.5 "D, O. D. 0.5" Skull Zllld Keyg German Clnbg UV" Club5 Vice-President, German Club, 1935-'365 Chairman, First-Year Law Class, 1935-'365 Student Assembly5 First-Year Football and ' Track Squads, 1932-'335 Varsity Golf, 19345 Football Adjunct, 1933-'345 Assistant Manager, Football, 19355 Bad Check Committee, 1935-,36. RANDOLPH BARTON, III . ......... 4. --.-- . . . . Wilmington, Delaware K Z5 Skull and Key5 First-Year Swimming Team, 19335 Golf Squad, 19355 Dean's List. CI-IARI,ns I'IOMliR BAs'r . . ........ .t ...... . . . . . liaston, Maryland 9 A X5 Dean's Listg Intermediate Honorsg Fraternity Representative to Colucs ANI1 CURLS, 1933-'355 First-Year Track Team: Varsity Track 'I'can'I5 Cross-Country ,IQCHYDQ "VH Club5 Class Day Committc-e5 Presidrrit, College of Arts and Sciences, 1935-'36, CI-IARI.Iss GRIaI5NI.I2AIf I3lil.l,, Ill . ...... 3 - Raven5 Madison Hall Cahinet5 Rhodes Scholar. FRI2IiIcRIcIt MARTIN Bm.MoRn . . . . .... 4 . . Alpha Chi Sigmag Raven Society5 Intermediate Honors. WILLIAM NoI,ANn BIcRIcIaI.I5Y R J . . ..... 4. - . Intermediate Honors5 Glee Clubg First-Year Cross-Country, AI,FRI2n CI'III,'I'oN BIsII0P . . ....... 4. . - Beta Gamma Sigma, Intermediate Honors, 1934. 8I 19325 First-Vear Tiack: Greenville, Mississippi . . Crozet, Virginia . Yonkers, New York 19335 Varsity Track. . Lynchburg, Virginia g Z, . ,Z 5' K ' ' O R K S 4222 'rf- :-X' '--3,2 1 f J: 7 '6, .. f . :- 1,-. :, ifoy L. , :ff ,- Ql rf - 'I ,.. fe f'J . fc -1 a 1-551 f "5 JI: f.. AND CURLS GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 1V1ARS1IALI,P1'11l,I1' BISSELI.. ........ 4 . - ...... . Montclair, New Jersey Alpha Kappa Psi, President, Alpha Kappa Psi, 1935-'36, Intramural Basketball. EVERNGHIM BLAKE . ....... . . . 3 - ...... . . Greenwich, Connecticut ROBIERT IRWIN BLAKSLIEE . . . 5 - . . Germantown, Pennsylvania Sigma Nu. NED HOOKER . . ...... . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . . . . . Louisville, Kentucky 'i' K E, "Z," T. I. L. K. A., A ll, President, A ll, 1935-'36, "V" Club, First-Year Basketball, 1933, First-Year Baseball, 1933, Varsity Basketball, 1934-'35-'36, Historian, Class of 1936, Chairman, Class Day Committee, 1936, Dean's List. CURTIS FRYE BOULDIN . ......... 4 - . ----- - - Mflffillwillei Vifillllia Baseball Team, 1933-'34-'35, Captain, Baseball Team, 1936, "V" Club. JAMES ALEXANDER BRAl.l.liY . ....... 4 - . . - . . . . . University, Virginia Alpha Chi Sigma. HOMER BRE'l"l', JR. . . . 1 . . . Meridian, Mississippi WILLIAM B. BRICKELI. . . . ..... 6 . . . . - . . . . . Miami, Florida . . . . . . . . ..PriIIcetOII, New Jersey JAMES STEELE BRIGGS . .......... 4 A T, Glee Club, Dean's List, First'Ycar Cross-Country and First-Year Track, Varsity Cross-Country and Varsity Track. WAl,'I'ER GORDON BROWDER . . . .... 4 - . . . . . Church Road, Virginia JAMES DALI, BROVVN, JR. . . ....... 4 . . -----. . . M21Cl10fl0C, ViI'Hil1i1l K X, Eli Banana, "D. O. D. O.,,' Skull and Key, German Club, Secretary ancl Treasurer, Skull and Key, 1935-'36, Interfraternity Council, First-Year Baseball. 1933, Varsity Baseball Squad, 1934-'35, GERALD Louis BRUCK . ...... . 4 - - - . - . . . . . . New York City Il A 111, Dean's List. WILLIAM CAEELL . ........... 4 ..... . . . . . Richmond, Virgiina 11' K 2, Alpha Kappa Psi, A ll, German Club, Swimming Team, 1934-'35. ROEERT BOLLING CAMERON . ....... 5 . .-..... . . Petersburg, Virginia A '11, Eli Banana, Skull and Key, P. K. Society, Secretary and Treasurer, Skull and Key, 1933-'34, President, Skull and Key, 1934-'35, Vice-President, Interfraternity Council, 1935-'36, First-Year Track Squad, 1931, Delegate to Student Assembly, Representative, National Interfraternity Council Convention. VINCENT CARDWEL1. . . ......... 5 - - - . - - - . . . . Hampton, Virginia CHARLES WALTER CARNAN, JR. . ...... 4 ..-. - . . . . . Baltimore, Maryland fl' K E, A II, P. K. Society, Assistant Business Manager, CoRKs AND CURLS, 1933-'34, Assistant Advertising Manager, College Topics, 1933-'34, Business Manager, CORK5 AND CURLS, 1934-'35, Cheer Leader, 1934-'35, 1935-'36, Manager, Varsity Baseball, 1934-'35, "VH Club, Dormitory Counselor, 1935-'36, Brotherhood of St. Andrew, Student Council. ROBERT FRANKI.IN CARI'EN'l'l?R, JR. . . .... 4 . ..... , . . . Shaker I-Ieights, Ohio Assistant Circulation Manager, College Topics, 1934-'35, Assistant Track Manager, 1914-'35. FRANCIS EDWARD CARTER, JR. .. - ..... 4 - ....- . . . . Alexandria, Virginia X flf, Skull and Key, German Club, Vice-President, Skull and Key, "V" Club, Captain, First-Year Baseball, E:933,AlFirst-Year Football, 1932, Co-Captain, Varsity Baseball, 1936, Dean's List, President, Intcrfraternity Ollnfl . STEPHEN STUART CHAMDERLAIN . . ' ..... 4 - - ..... . . Maplewood, New Jersey Z WP, Alpha Kappa Psi, Intermediate Honors, Dean's List, First-Year Swimming, 1933, Golf Squad. ITAI.O Ci-IARAMIELLA . ................... . Wilmington, Delaware Dean's List, Varsity Boxing Team, 1934-'36, Intramural Basketball and Baseball. HERBERT BROOKE CIIERMSIDE, JR. . . .... 4 ...... Charlotte Court House, Virginia Student Assembly. GRAIIAM CLARK . ........ . . . 4 . . . .... . . Englewood, New Jersey K A, Football Adjunct, 1932-'33, Fraternity Representative to Comes AND CURLS, Bad Check Committee, 1935- '36, Dean's List. HARRY ELLVVOOD CI.ARK, JR. . ....... 5 - - . - . - 9 A X, Jefferson Society, Track Squad, 1934. JOHN ALEXANDER COCKE . ........ 3 . . . . . . . . . fl' K '1', A II, P. K. Society, Glee Club, Intermediate Honors, First-Year Track, 1934, Varsity Track, 19353363 Assistant Clubs Editor, CORRS AND CURLS, 1933. RICHARD ASHTON COCKE . .... .... 4 I - Dean's List. . . Easton, Maryland . . Hollins, Virginia . . Palmyra, Virginia Ast-IEY COLEMAN . .... . 4 - . . Lynchburg, Virginia I'IAROLD LEE COI.vOcOREssEs . ..... . 4 . . . Litchfield, Connecticut MAYNARD CALVIN CONNER. ........ 2 . . . Buffalo Ridge, Virginia Madison Hall, Baptist Student Union Council. SEYMOUR DAVID COPLAN . ........ 4 . . . Providence, Rhode Island Il' A f1', Dean's List, First-Year Football. 82 GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES RALPH T1-IoMAs CRANE, JR. . . . . A T 9, Swimming, 1933-'35-'36. RUFUS O. CROSBY . . ..,. . Dean's List. 4 4 . . Montclair, New Jersey . . Montgomery, Alabama JAMES ARTHUR CRU'1'CHIrIEI.n, JR. . . .... 2 K A, Dean's List, Radio Club, Intramural Boxing, Tennis Squad. JOIIN MARIS CUTSINGER . . ..... . .4 'I' A 0, College Topics Staff, Dormitory House Committee, 1933-'34, Student Assembly, 1934, Dcan's List. VVIIILIAM NEWLANIIS DABNEY . . ..... VIRoII. CLAYTON DANIELS, JR. . . . . Intermediate Honors, Dean's List. Louis LAFAYE'l"I'E DElVIA'1"l'ElS . . . IRVINC T. DENEMARK . . . . . STEWART DENSLOW . . .... . . . . . Intermediate Honors, 1934, Virginia Players, 1935-' EImcAR DONEGAN . . . ....... . . CHURCHILL FERRIER DOWNING . . . . . . JOHN ROWLAND DUDIIEY . . . . . . . . . 5 -I- 3 3 3 36 4 3 . . Washington, D. C. . . . . Franklin, IIIdiana . . . . Washington, D. C. . Boydton, Virginia . Homer City, Pennsylvania . . . Brooklyn, New York . St. James School, Maryland . . . VVingina, Virginia - . . . VVIISIIIIILILOII, D. C. , . . Middleburg Virginia 4- 'I' K 2, Skull and Key, Geiman Club, First-Year Football Team, 1932, First-Year Baseball Squad, I933. 2 KENNE1'lI CRAIG DYCI-IES . . ....... HENRY DUNI.oe ECRER . . ..... . . . 4 K A, First-Year Football, 1932, First-Year Swirnming Squad, 1933, Varsity Fotball Squad, 1933, Interfra- temity Council, 1934-,365 Brotherhood of St. Andrew, Dt-an's Lisr. JEROME P. ECKSTEIN . . ........ . Z B T. CHARLES EVERETTE EcoLEs'I'oN . . . . Dean's List, Varsity Baseball. MAYO L. EMORY . . .... . . . . GIEORCE ERWIN ENGELHARII . . ...... 'lf 2 K, FirstfYear Swimming Team. 1933, Varsity Secretary, College of Arts and Sciences, 1935-'36. A,uous'I'Us CHARLES Eres . . ....... A 'I' Q, A II, Phi Delta Phi, Eli Banana, Raven So Boxing Squad, 1934-'35-'36, Intermediate Honors. LESLIE EXSI-IAW . . . . . Joi-IN CHARLES FERGUSON . . II K A, Dean'S List. AUBREY WRAY FITCH, JR. . . . . . 'I' I' A, A II, P. K. Society. ROBERT NATI-IAN FI.oon . . . Z IP, Skull and Key, German Club, First-Year Footb P'AsCIIAL Duruv FOWLKIES . ....... . 5 4 5 4 . . Buffalo Ridge, Virginia . . . . VVashington, D. C. . . Savannah, Georgia . . Martinsville, Virginia . . . University, Virginia . . Arlington, New Jersey Swimming Team, 1934-'35-'36, Captain, Swimming, 1936, 4 4 3 4- 4 all, . . . Richmond, Virginia ciety, German Club, First-Year Boxing Team, 1933, Varsity . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . Coraopolis, Pennsylvania . . . . Washington, D. C. North Adams, Massachusetts 1932, Varsity Football Squad, 1935. . . . Richmond, Virginia 4 , fl' K E, "Z," T. I. L. K. A., Skull and Key, German Club, Editor, Coaxs AND CURLS, 1936, Feature Editor, College Topicr, 1934, Vice-President, Academic School, 1935-'36, Vice-President, Y. M. C. A., . 1935-'36, Dormitory Counselor. VVIIILIAM EDWARD FRANCIS . . . . 4 . . Greenville, Mississippi IDAVID MILTON FRENCH . . . . . . . 4 . . Alexandria, Virginia JOHN RYLANII GARNIZ'l"l' . . ..... . . 4 . . . Cherryclale, Virginia Raven Society, Intermediate Honors, Historian, Academic School, 1935-'36, College Topirx Staff, Virginia lllagazine Staff. RICIIARIJ WINoIfIEI.n GARNETT, JR. . . . . . 2 -.---. . - . . .D:Inville, Virginia Transfer from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Jefferson Society, First-Year Cabinet, IVIadison Hall, 19321-'35, Senior Cabinet, Madison Hall, 1935-'36, University Band, Louis Pasteur Pre-Nledical Society. LANGDON RoosEvEL'r Glilfk . . ...... WILLIAM KARL GEIIRRE . . fl' X, Intermediate Honors. ROBERT HARRISON GILES, ll-R. 4 3 4 . . . . . New York City . . Norfolk, Virginia . . . . Roanoke, Virginia 'D Ii II, First-Year Basketball, First-Year Tennis, Varsity Tennis, Dean's List. JERROLD RICIIARII GI,AnS'I'oNE . . . . . . . A M 2, Dcan's List. 4 83 - . . New York City I ' 9 7. f. A :f 9, 5, 329' 9., . 5. 9" 1 G I 25 7 1 4 2' Z If f.. 2,4 ff Cl C '25 1 W, f ga, 335 A nc ,f ff n 1 I ,. Q7 te ,I f 1,5 1 2: W 965 , I9 z 1 .4 25 7 .H 4, f 432 4 -. sf' ,f ga 4 ,. 21 ZZ, 5 f ,JM 4 ,. ' 54 Ifglrfijf-.., F fzi new ""' C O R K S, ., if 178699 fe 5422 f AND CURLS QL! if GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 1 VV1l.l.IAM JAY GOLD . . ......... 4. . . . . . . . Melieesport, Pennsylvania 'J 'L 5 Student Assembly, College Topict Staff, Debating Team, 1932-'33, Jefferson Society, 1932-'36, President, Jeffer- - 4 son Society, 1935, Associate Edit-Ir, Virginia .'lflfIguzinr, 1934-'35, Editor-in-Chief, Virginia Magazine, 1935-'36, Intermediate Honors, Goethe Prize in German. " 1'1lZR1'lER'l' M. GOLDMAN, JR. . . ..... 4, . . . . .... . Long Islantl, New York A IC Il. ROBERT ARCHER GOODWIN, JR. . . . . . . 4 - . . Millwood, Virginia Intermediate Honors, Swimming Squad. ' 'FIIOMAS CHRISTIAN GORDON JR. . ..... 4. . . . . ...... .Richmond, Virginia Z Xl', fl, A flf, Skull and Key, P. K. Society, "V" Club, Intermediate Honors, Manager, Varsity Boxing, 1936. CIIARLIZS S. GRAIIAM, JR. . ........ 4 - - ....... San Juan, Porto Rico VVll.l.1AM KEl'I'lI-FAl.CONER GRANT . ..... 4 ......... . University, Virginia Brotherhood oi St. Andrew, Madison Hall, Y. P. S. I.. of St. Paul's, Intramural Basketball. ASA W. CTRAVES . ........... 4. .-...... . Lacey Springs, Virginia IRVING GROSS . ............ 4 - . . Newark, New Jersey First-Year Foothall, First-Year '1"r:Ick, Boxing. LAWRENCE CAMPBELL I-IAINEs . . ..... 4. Collage Topic! Staff. LEWIS P. 1'IAl.l. . .... . . 4. . W7ll.l.lAM EDWARD HALL . . . . . 4 . Alpha Kappa Psi, Dean's List. VVll.l.lAM EDWARD 1'IAl.l. . . ....... 2 . fl' K '1', Basketball Adjunct, 1934-,36, Dean's List. JAMES WADDELI. HANCOCK . . ....... 2 X flf, Glee Club, Horseshoe Pitching Champion, 1934-'35, Dean's 'List. FREDERICK ST. PAUI. 1'IENS'l'RlDGE . . .... 4. . . Mt. Kisco, New York . . Washington, D. C. . . Afton, Virginia . . Roanoke, Virginia Atlanta, Georgia Hammondsport, New York JOHN I-IARRELL 1'Ill.l.. ..... . 7 - . . Charlotesville, Virginia fl' X. JAMES DURIIAM Honns, JR. . . . . 4 . . . Washington, D. C. E N. 1VIAR'l'lN S. L1014'l"1iR . .......... 4 . . ........ . Norfolk, Virginia Tl A 'l', First-Year and Varsity Baseball Squads, Intramural Basketball, Football, and Boxing. ROBERT G. 1'10l"llElMl5R . ......... 4. . , ....... . . Norfolk, Virginia Z 11 'l', Circulation Manager, College Topicr, 1933-'35, Interfraternity Council, 1935-'36. PIEYTON HARRISON I-IOGE, III . ....... 4 - ......,. . Louisville, Kentucky 'lf li Pl, A ll, German Club, First-Year Football Team, 1932, First-Year Swiiuming Team, 1933, Varsity Foot- ball Squad, l933, Team, I934-'35, "V" Club, Proof Editor, Coruts AND CURLS, 1934-'35, Departments Ed- itor, CORKS AND CURLS, 1935-'36, Representative, Interfraternity Council, Secretary and Treasurer, 1935-'36, Student Assembly, Dean's List, Dormitory Counselor. JAMES HOLMES . . ...... . ..... 3 . ..... . . 'I' K 'l', Intermediate Honors, Sports Editor, CORRS AND CURLS, 1935-'36, Fir ROEERT FREDERICK S. HOMANN . . . . . . 2 - . . . . . . Al.BER'l' S. I-IORWITZ . . . . . . . 4 PAUL PHILIP HUEEARD, JR. . . . . 4 A T SZ. CIIARLE NEWTON IIULVEY, JR. . . . 5 . fl' 2 K, U. S. Marine Corps. PRESTON BOOKER HUNDLEY . ....... 2 VV1l.l.lAM S'l'ROBlil. 1'IUN'1'ER . . ...... 4 21 X, First-Year Tennis, 1933, Varsity Basketball Squad, 1934. CIIARLES S. L1U'l'Zl.l2R . . . ....... 5 . - - . 11' 111 ll. FRANCIS G0lJW'lN JAMES . . . ..... 3 - . - . . . . . Transfer from University of Besancon, lffierson Society, American Student Unio JAMES PAUL JENKINS . . . . ..... 3 . - . . . . . . Alpha Kappa Psi. FRANCIS VICTOR JOHNSON . . . . . . 4 - - Intermediate Honors, Virginia Players. ROBERT CARTER VVELLEORD JONES . . .... 5 .--- . . . . A X1', A X 2, Lacrosse, 1931, Adjunct, Boxing, 1931-'32, Assignment Editor, Hall Cabinet, 1932-'33, Glee Club, 1933-'36, Manager, Glee Club, 1935-'36. 84 . . Baltimore, Maryland st-Year Tennis Team, 1934. . . . Omaha, Nebraska . Charlottesville, Virginia . Long Island, New York . . University, Virginia . . Lynchburg, Virginia Charleston, West Virginia . . Richmond, Virginia New Haven, Connecticut I1. Charleston, West Virginia . . . Merrick, New York . . Richmond, Virginia College Topicr, 1935, Madison GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES '.lill0MAS R. KING. . . . 2 . . . . Bristol, Virginia Puu,n' WIu'rI.ocR KI.AUs . . ....... 4 . . . . - . . . . . Richmond, Virginia Z B 'l', Intermediate Honors, Dean's List, Associate Editor, College Topics. 1933-,343 Sports Editor, College Tupicx, l934-'3'i. ARTHUR Kl.lNliIfEl.1'ER . . ........ 4 -.-... . . . . Baltimore, Maryland fl' K, 2, Skull and Keys, German Club, "V" Club, Adjunct Manager of Football, 1932-'33, Assistant Manager, Football, 1934, Manager, First-Year Football, 1935, Dean's List. RAY IJOVVNING KNlGl1'l'. . ........ 4 ..... . - . . . New York City JEROME lVIll.'I'ON KOIIN . ..... .... 4 - . . . - . . . . . . Billings, Montana Intermediate Honors, jefferson Society, Intercollegiate Debate, Graves Law Club, Virginia Mrigtlzinc Staff. I-IARoI.n MAURICE KRAMER . . . . . . . 3 . . . . . . . . . Hartford, Connecticut Intermediate Honors, Deanis List. - l'IARoI.n RICHARD KROEBIER . . . 5 - . . New Rochelle, New York EDVVIN S'I'oNE LAIDLAW . . . . . .... 4 . . . . . . . . Havana, Cuba EVlZRE'l"I' LEE . . ........... . . - . . . . Richmond, Virginia 5 College Topicx Staff, Virginia Magazine Staff, Alumni News Staff. VVILLIAM NLORRIS LEoNARn . . ...... 4 . First-Year Boxing Team, First-Year Tennis Team, Varsity Boxing Squad, . . Rowavton Connecticut .f I Hall, President, A. S. U., Intramural Handball Champion, 1932-'33-'34"35. Raven Society, President, Madison TOM DEANP2 LEWIS, JR. . . ....... 4 ......... . . Amherst, Virginia K A, Jefferson Society, Student Assembly, Brotherhood of St. Andrew. IIASRIN VINCENT LI'l"l'l.li . . ....... 4 ....... . . Bris, Virginia Intermediate Honors, Dean's List, St. Andrew's Brotherhood, Madison Hall. FREDERICK CAREY LovI'r'I' . . ....... 4 .... ,.... . Memphis, Tennessee X fb, "Z," T. I. L. K, A., HD. O. D. O.," Skull and Keys, German Club, First-Year Football, l932, Varsity Football Squad, l933-'34, Golf Squad, 1933-,34. EDVVARD DEMING LUCAS, JR. . . ...... 4 - . - . . Petersburg, Virginia A 'lk J. lVlIl.'I'ON LUKBMAN . . . . . . . 4. .... . . . Pulaski, Virginia EDWIN CLARK lVlCCI.lN'l'0CK, JR. .. . . . . . 5 . . . . . .... . Clarendon, Virginia Squad, Boxing Squad, Swimming Squad, Debating Team, Virginia Magazine, Feature Editor, College Topicx. VVIl.l'.IAM DAvm MCKINNIE, JR. . . ..... 4 - 2 A IC, Scarab, Dean's List. GIl.BliR'I' lVIAl.AWlS'l'A . ......... 4- 'I' A, Student Assembly, Dcan's List, First-Year Baseball LAURIENCH AUcUs'rUs MA'rAcIA . . . . . . 4 . WILLIAM A. IVllil.VIN . .... . 4 . RoEER'r MI'I'cnEI.l. lVlE'l'CAl.F, JR. . . . 2 . ll A E, Skull and Key, Dcan's List. Raven Society, Delta Sigma Rho, Secretary of Debating Council, Dean's List, Cross-Country Team, Track President, Jefferson Society, Student Assembly, Editor, . . . Jackson, Tennessee - - . . Caldwell, New Jersey Squad. . . . . Charlottesville, . . Newport News, Virginia Virginia 1 . . . . Memphis, Tennessee ff 1 RALPII EUGENE MIi'IZ . ......... 4 . . . Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Intermediate Honors. Hucu MIl.l.l'.R, JR. . .......... 4. . . . . . Richmond, Virginia A X. VVIl.l.lAM W. lVI0lll.Hl5NRIClI . . . 4 . . . Catonsville, Maryland II K A. CuARr.Es I'lliNKlEI. MOORIE, JR. . . 4 . . . New Market, Virginia Dcan's List. A GEORGE Cill.M0R7i lVl00Rli . . ......, 7 ........ . . Wytheville, Virginia A T A, "Z,,' fl' A Ill, Eli Banana, A ll, P. K. Society, "VU Club, Manager, Boxing Team, 1933-'34. f4 JOIYIN IIOPE MooRMAN, JR. . . ...... 2 - . - . . - . . . Conicville, Virginia CIIARI,ES Envvakp MQRAN, JR, , , 5 . , Charlottesville, Virginia ' A University Band. if MARY WINGI-'IELI1 MORRIS . . . . 2 . . Charlottesville, Virginia X JOHN WAI.sI-I NIORSIE . . .... . 4 - - Chfll'l0ffCSVillC, Vil'I-Iiniil ,J . . . af A WooLRumoE BROVVN MoR'roN, JR. . . . 4 . . Chattertou, Virginia ff BERNARD KYLE MUNIJY . . . . . . 4 . . Lynchburg, Virginia Intermediate Honors, Phi Beta Pi. '4-J 7 JOSEPH CARSON MUs'rARu . . . . 4 A . . Cismont, Virginia ly ' . . . 221 EDWARD LEE MYERS R. . . . . f - . . . Norfolk, Virginia '41 I 1 4' J JOIIN ANAs'rAsIos No'roPoUI.os . . . . . . 4 . . . Altoona, Pennsylvania by SEVERN MARcEI.I.Us N0'l"l'lNGllAM, JR. . . 4 . . . ..Orange, Virginia ,JVQI K A, Intermediate Honors. 'f ., A Z2 '. fn Z2 IW! Y , A 1 5 44 1 5.,j1.T'r-1:32 C o R K 5 AN D C u R LS fflff ,.,- ': af . .: ' GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES fi' gf" lfD1R'ARD W. OVIERMAN, JR. . . . 4 . . , , , Norfolk, Virginia JOIIN ITARVARD PAGE . . . . 6 . . . Larchmont, New 'York jf ,", , WII.I.IAM THOMAS PARRO'I"I' . . . ........... . Charlottesville, Virginia JAMES ROYDEN PEAEODY, JR. . ....... 3 ......... . Louisville, Kentucky I fb, 'll K X5 "Z"g T. I. L. K. A.3 Skull and Keyg German Clubg 'VU Clubg Varsity Football, 19343 Varsity Basket- .22 ball Team, 19363 Tennis, 1936. 11 VVILLIAM BRli1.S1'0R17 PILSON . . . , 3 . . . .... . . . Staunton, Virginia ll 0 II3 A lli Intermediate Honors. VVXLLIAM GREEN POINDEx'I'ER .. ...... 4 . . - . . . . . Morgan City, Mississippi A 'l'3 T. I. L. K. A.3 P. K. Society3 "V" Club3 Tl'ig011Q Alpha Chi Sigmag A. I. Ch. E.3 First-Year Foot- ball, Basketball, and Baseball Teams, 1932-'333 Varsity Baseball Team, 1933. CLAIBORNE lVlCDOWliLL POPE . . ...... 4. . . - . . . . . . Petersburg, Virginia A 'l'3 A lli liepresentative, CUIIKS AND CURLS3 Manager, Baseball, 1936. HARVEY HAROLD POSTER . . ....... 4. .--..- . . Stapleton, New York JOIIN BARRY PURCEL1. . . ........ 4. - . - .. Richmond, Virginia fl' l' A3 Advertising Manager, Virginia Mlrgtlzine, 1934-'35. ARMIN H. RAPPAI-OR'I' . . ........ . . . . . . Brooklyn, New York JOHN IIOWARD RAYMOND . . . 4. - . . . Montclair, New Jersey EDMUND R1lE'I"1' . . . . . C. . . . Charleston, South Carolina l1IaImE:t'Ii Ji RICH, JR. . . . . . 5 . . . . . . Washington, D. C. H .1 . JAMES DELORAINE RICHARDSON . . . 4 - . . - . . . Roanoke, Virginia l'll1.'l'ON LLOYD RICKARD . . . . . 4 . . . . Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey Delta Upsilong Dean's List. A X EDWARD JOSI-:PII RI'I'I'ENIzERO . . . . 4 . - - . . . . . New York City Z ll 'l'3 Manager, Swimming Team. FRANK FLOURNOY ROBBRSON . . ...... 2 . . . . Jackson, Mississippi A 1l'3 Transfer from the University of Mississippi. AI.AN SCO'l"l' ROBINSON . ......... . . . . . . - - . . . VVinnetka, Illinois 5 X 1113 Skull and Keyg Intermediate Hcnors3 First-Year Boxing Team3 College Topic! Staffg Art Editor, Virginia Magizzineg Virginia Players. RIAL NELSON ROSE . .......... 4.. , . . .... . . Clarendon, Virginia Intermediate Honors3 Glen Club3 Manager, Glee Club, 1934-'353 President, Glce Club, 1935-'36. EUGENE fiAR1.AND Ross, JR. . . . .... . 4, . ....... . . University, Virginia Intermediate Honors. lVlll.'l'0N ROSS . . ......... . . 3 . - . . . . . . North Bergen, New Jersey University Band3 Jefferson Societyg Vrrginia Playersg Dean's Llstg Fencing Team. CHARLES VERNON SANDERS .. ....... I . - . . - - . . . . McClean, Virginia CHARLES FREDERICK SCIIWAR'I'z .. ..... 4- - . . . . . . .. Baltimore, Maryland H A X3 "V" Club3 Intermediate Honors3 DCGl1,5 Listg College Topic! Staff, 1932-'333 First-Year Baseball Teamg Varsity Baseball Team, 1935. h JAMES ,ALAN WILSON Sco'I'I' . . ...... 4 - . . . . . . . , . . Buffalo, New York Jefferson Society3 First-Year Cross-Country, 19323 Swimming, 19353 St. Andrew's Brotherhood3 American Student Uniong Magazine Staff. ' VIRGINIUS RANDOLPH S1lACKlil.1"0RD, JR. . . . . 4 .... . .... . . Orange, Virginia A 1l'3 Eli Bananag Phi Delta Phi3 Skull and Kevg Gcrmari Clllbi "VU Club3 Manager, First-Year Boxing Team, 19363 Interfraternity Council3 Fraternity llepresentative, Colucs AND CURLS, 1933-'343 Dormitory Counselor, 1935-'363 Minor Law Club. BAYARD SHARP . . ........... 4. . - - . . . . . Wilmington, Delaware A 1115 "Z3" Eli Bananag Skull and Key: German Club3 President, Skull and Key, 1935-'36. WII.I.IAM Auousrus SIMPSON . . . . . . 4 . - . . . . . . . . Lynnhaven, Virginia K 2. CHARI.Es GARDNER SMITH . . . . . . 5 - . . . Strasburg, Virginia DONNELI. lVl1lJDl.li'I'0N SMITH . . ...... 4. - - - . - . . . . . Baltimore, Maryland . 11' K 23 Skull and Key3 German Societyg ' V' Clnbg First-Year Football Team, 19323 Varsity Football Squad, 1933-'34, Team, 19353 First-Year Track Team, 19333 Varsity Track, 1933-'34-'35-'36g Class Finance Com- mittee3 Class Officers Nominating Committee3 Class Program Committee. FRANCIS DUNNINGTON SMITH .. ...... 4 ..-- . . . . . . Henderson, Kentucky HERBERT MCKE1.lJON SM1'l'1l, JR. . . .... 4. - . - . -.-- . . . Staunton, Virginia fl' 1' A3 T. I. L. K. A.3 A 113 P. K. Society3 Dcan's l.isr3 College Topits, 1932-134, MASON SMITH . ............ 4 . . . . ...... . Richmond, Virginia A X3 Interfraternity Council. RAYMOND O. SMITH . ..... . . 4. - . . . Belleville, New Jersey 9 X3 Captain, Varsity Basketball, 1936. 86 GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 'IIIIOMAS SMI'rI'I . . . , 4. . . . . Brooklyn, New York X 'lr 1'I5 DEBIXTS List. VV1l.l.1AM ALBERT Souns, JR. . . ..... 4 - . . . . . . . Port Chester, New Jersey B 0 115 First-Year Track Squad5 Varsity Cross-Country Squadg Varsity Track Squad. THOMAS BASCOM S'rAI.er . . ....... 4. - - . . . - . . . University, Virginia VVAl.'1'1'1R S'1'l2Rl.1NG SURREY . . . 2 - - . . New York City Dean's List. CAnIaI.L MAYO 'IIABB . . .... . . . . . .t . . .... - . . . . Richmond, Virginian fl' K E5 Skull and Key5 German Clubg "V" Clubg Manager, First-Year Basketball5 Golf Squad, 19365 First- Year Tennis Team, 1933. EDVVARD C0l.S'l'0N '1'AvI,oR, JR. . . . . . . 6 . . . . Gilbert, West Virginia FREDIQRIC GORDON 'IIICE . . ........ 4. - . . . . . Roanoke, Virgiina Miller Scholar and Biology InstI'uctor, 1933-'355 Dcanis List. RICIIARD BARBER rllll.l.1NGl1AS'1', JR. . . .... 5 . . . . Cornwall, Connecticut Jefferson Society5 American Student Union. JAMIas BAKER 'l'wvMAN . . ........ 4 . - . . . . . . . University, Virginia X 'l'5 Skull and Key5 German Club5 First-Year Basketball Squadg First-Year Baseball Squad5 Varsity Basketball Squad, 19345 Golf Team, 1934-'355 Intermediate Honors. CIROSVENOR BRuNIs VAN DUSEN . . ..... 4 - - - . . Palm Beach, Florida Al.liXANDER .JULIUS VON 'flllil.liN . . 4. - . . Charlottesville, Virginia l-'hi Alpha Delta5 Chess Club. C1IARl.liS GLENN VVALLIS . . ....... 4 - - - . .... . . Baltimore, Maryland Final Honors Scholarg Intermediate Honors5 Philosophy Clubg Jabberwock Society. ROLAND VAN WARD . . ...... . . . 4 . . . .... . . Charlottesville, Virginia '1'IIOMAs COLEMAN VVARD, JR. . . ..... 4. - . ---. . . . Pittsburgli, Pennsylvania A 'l' S25 A ll, P. K. Societyg Fraternity Representative to Conxs AND CuIu.s, 1934-'355 Football Adjunct, 1932-'33, Assistant Manager, Football, 1934. JOHN Auousrus VVA'l"1'S . ........ 4 .......... . Norfolk, Virginia President, Jefferson Society, 19355 Associate Editor, College Topics, 1932-'365 Editorial Board, College Topics, 1935-'365 Board of Directors, Virginia Mrigrlzine, 1935-,365 Secretary, Student Senate, 19365 Debate Council, 1935-'365 I11fC1'1'l1Cdl3I0 Honorsg The Jabberwock. LIGI2 HARRY VVEILI. . .......... 4 - ....... . Chattanooga, Tennessee Z ll 'l'5 "V" Clubg Dean's List5 Assistant Business Manager, CCRKS AND CURLS, 1934-'355 Business Manager, Comts AND CURLS, 1935-,365 Fraternity Representative to Colucs AND Cunts, 1934-'35-'365 Assistant Manager, Track, 1932-'345 Manager, First-Year Track, 1934-'355 Manager, Cross-Country, 1934-,355 Representative, Student Assembly, 1935-'365 Student Senate, 1935-'36. LESLIIE EMANUEL WIQINHR . . ....... 3 - - . . . . Far Rockaway, New York MCDONALD VVlil.l.FORIl . . ........ 4. .... , . . . . . Richmond, Virginia A Nl'5 A llg College Topics Stalfg Associate Editor, College Topiex, 1933-'345 First-Year Boxing, 19335 Brotherhood of St. Andrcw5 Glee Clubg Dormitory Counselor, 1935-'36. rlillOMAS Newer Wnrriz, JR. . . ...... 4 . . . . . . . . . . Franklin, Virginia K 25 A l'l5 "VU Clubg Manager, Varsity Football, 1935: Glee Club, 1933-,35. Al.1"RElJ GRAHAM VVll.l.1AMS, III . . .... 3 . . . . .... . . Fort Smith, Arkansas 2 A 1415 A E ll, First-Year Boxing Adjunct5 Glee Club5 Deanis Listg First-Year Tennis Team. CIBORGE DANDRIDGE VVII.I.IAMs . . ..... 4 - . . - - . . . . . . Richmond, Virginia 'lf K X5 Raven Society5 Raven Councilg A 'll5 Intermediate l'lonors5 Reporter, College Topics, 19325 Associate Editor, 19335 Assignment Editor, 19345 Associate Editor. CORKS AND CURLS, 19345 Sports Editor, 19355 Univer- sity Christian Association Cabinet, 1934-'355 First-Year Boxing, 19325 Dormitory Counselor. JAMES LAwRIaNcIa BASIL WILLIAMS . . .... 3 - - - . . . . . . Colonial Beach, Virginia fl' A 05 Sigma Upsilong Alpha Kappa Psi5 Interfraternity Councilg Glee Clubg Dennis List. RICIIARD BLAND WIIIIIIAMS, JR. . . . . . . . 4 . . - .... . . . . Norflok, Virginia NORMAN Lee VVILSON . . . . . 3 - . . Brookline, Massachusetts CARI. AI.vAR WIRTANIIN . . . 6 . . . Kenosha, VVisconsin JAMES RUssI2LI. VVISEIIEY . . . . .t - . . Waynesboro, Virginia Inetermediate Honors. TIIIIOMAS HENRY Wlss, 111 .. . . . , 5 . . Morristown, New Jersey Alpha Kappa Psi5 Swimming, 1936. DAVID CllR1S'1'O1'l1ER WoLIfIz . . . . . .t . . Johnstown, Pennsylvania CHARLES CRUMPTON VVoR'I'I'IINt:'I'oN . . . 3 - . . University, Virginia EDWIN T. Wvcxorr . . ..... . . 4. . . Baldwin, New York NA'rnANIIzI. STARBUCK YALII . . ...... 4 - . . fl' A 95 Alpha Kappa Psig Business Manager, College Topics. CIIARI.Ias FIELDING YOUNG . . . . . . . 3 - . . Lewiston, New York . . Ozark, Alabama 87 I .97 1 G1 7 4 ,f 1 ff 7 A ,f f 7 7 ,f f 4 7 4 7 Q.: f 7 ,fx 14 UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ROBERT HAMI.ET ABBl'I"I' , . KARL SVERRE ABRAIIAMSEN . . JOIIN VVIIITE ACREB . . . ALISON TIIOMAS ADAMS . . ROSCOE SUMMERS ADAMS, JR. . . EDVVARD OTTO AICHELMAN . . DAVID MADISON ALGER . . GEOIRGE NEWMAN ALLMAN . . WILLIAM LETCHER ALLMAN . PAUL LEWIS ALTMAN . . . JOHN WALDO AMos . . . . f.iEORGE NATHAN ANDERSON . . MARY SUE ANDERSON . . . SAMUEL L. ANDERSON, II . . THOMAS B. H. ANDERSON, JR. . JAMES NIZWMAN ANDREWS, JR. JOIIN ANTRIM, JR. . . . . JAMES ARKELL, JR. . . . . EDWIN LEE ARMEN1'ROU'l' . . WINSTON LILE ARMlEN'I'ROU1' FONTAINE C. ARMISTEAD . . GEORGE C. ARMIS1'l2AlJ, JR. . BENJAMIN C. ASHEY, JR. . TIIOMAS JAMES ASIILEY . . '1ill0MAS U'l"l'ER ATKINSON . WILLIAM B. ATKINSON . . ARNOI.D HOVVARD AVRUTINB JACK LEROY A,xEI.SON . . JOIIN HAMILTON AYI.OR . . IELMER VINCENT AYRES . . PHILIP HAXALL BAGBY . . I-IOWALD TUCKER BAII.EY . JAMES HENRY BAII.EY . . . ISRAEL MORDECAI BAII.I. . . JAMES BRITTON RAIN . . . HOLLIS MACLURE BAKER . JOIIN PIOPKINS BAKER . . FRANKLIN LEAVITT BALCII . . i'IliRBERT GLENN BALDWIN . . WILLIAM L. BALDWIN, JR. . . MURRAY BALSAM . . . . WILLIAM HAZARD BANCROET JAMES HUNTER BANTA . . VVILLIAM FRANKLIN BANTA . HENRY ISELIN BARBEY . . . CHARLES OLD HARCLAY, JR. . STUART MERCER BARKSDALH . JAMIE OLIVER BARNES . . CLYDE LEE BARNETT . . . ROEERT JAMES BARRli'l"l', JR. . . . . .Indio, C Clover, Va. Summit, N. J. . . .Lynchburg, Va. . Newport News, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . .BlackStone, Va . . San Mateo, Calif . . Gordonsville, Va. . . Rockymount, Va . . Woodmere, N. Y . . Princeton, N. . . . Wilson, N. . . .BaltimOre, Md J C Charlottesville, Va . . .BaltimOre, Md . . . Somerset, Va. . . . Richmond, Va alif. . . . . Goshen, Va . Charlottesville, Va . . . Richmond, Va . . . .Roanoke, Va . Newport News, Va . . . .Norfolk, Va . . Maysville, Ky. . . .University, Va. . Mount Vernon, N. Y. LOS Angeles, Calif. . Brightwood, Va. . . Alexandria, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . . .KeswiCk, Va. . .Petershurg, Va. . Bridgeton, N. J. . .PortSmouth, Va. . Grand Rapids, Mich. . Goochland Co., Va. . Wilmington, Del. . . Nyack, N, Y. . . .Norfolk, Va. . . Newark, N. J. . Burlingame, Calif. . . Richmond, Va. . . Richmond, Va . Tuxedo Park, N. Y . .Portsmouth, Va. . . University, Va. . .Blaekstone, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Morris Plains, N. J. . RUSSELL R. BARRE'1"I', JR. . HARTWIG N. BARUCII, JR. . . HARRY CLARK BATES, JR. . . JOHN LAWRENCE BAUER . . NEVVMAN N. BAUM . . . . CIIARLES H. BAUMGAR'l'NliR, J CHARLES NIEl.l7 BAYLESS . . ROZIER CLAGETT BAYLY . . filZORGB MARTIN BEAN . . PHILIP JOSEPH HEA'I"I'IE, JR. FRANK FRISBIIE BEDBl.l. . . . KlZNNI5'l'I1 HENRY BEER . . CECIL ASA l'li5i.CilER . . MALVERN HILL BELL . . . PRIETII FAl'l'0Ul'i5 BIENIEIJICT . . EUGENE JOSEPH BENEDUCE . JAMES HAII. l'iliNNE'l"l' . . . CHARLES HENRY BERGMANN . ALFRED R. BERKELEY, JR. . RICHARD RYERSON BERNARD BENJAMIN W. BBRNBR . . JOHN 1-IARMON BEVERAGE . GEORGE A. BEW, JR. . . . WALTER ANDERSON BICKBRS . ROBERT BRUCE BICKLIEY . . HUGH CRENSIIAW BIRCKIIEAD ALEXANDER J. BIVINS . . . CHARLES B. BLACKEURN . HAROLD HANNON BLACKMAN JAMES DULANY BLACKWELL . ROBERT MURRAY BLAKE . . JAMES RUSSELL BLARENEY . DAVID GRAHAM BLALOCK . FRIEDHRIC BLEYER . . . . . RICIIARD RODTER BLOOMER . ROBERT OLIVER BLOOMER . JACOB BLUESTEIN . . .' . MORTON ALFRED BI.UMliN'I'IIAl. . SUMNER PORTER BODFISII . GEORGE FRANKLIN BOLLS . i7UDI.EY ARCHER BOOGIIER . VVILLIE GUS HOOKER. . . IEDMUND N. BOSWELL, JR. . SI-IEARER C. BOWMAN, JR. . EDVVARD C. BOYKIN, JR. . . ALBERT CLINTON BOZE . . ROBERT ADAMS BRADFORD . EDGAR C. BRANTLY, JR. . . SI-IIRLEY BROOKS BRASELMAN . JAMES BURTON BRAUN . . . Sewell, N. J. . VVhite Marsh, Va. . Cherrydale, Va. . .Middletown, Ohio . Mount Vernon, N. Y. S. P. . St. . Hillhurn, N. Y. . Shelbyville, Ky. . Alexandria, Va. . University, Va. . Richmond, Va. Coxsackie, N. Y. deMacoris, D. R. . . Stuart, Va. Petersburg, Fla. Short Hills, N. J. New York, N. Y. . Frankford, Del. New York, N. Y. . .Roanoke, Va. Jacksonville, Fla. . Paterson, N. J. . Monterey, Va. . . Norfolk, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. . Cl . Ne . Ne . . .WiSe, Va. larlottesville, Va. wport News, Va. Memphis, Tenn. wport News, Va. . Richmond, Va. . .GreeIIwich, Conn. . Oklahoma City, Okla. West . Cl . Hampton, Va. New York, N. Y. .WeldOn, N. C. .WeldOn, N. C. . Savannah, Ga. Hartford, Conn. . Concord, Mats. .VickShurg, Miss Iarlottesville, Va. . . .I-Iurt, Va. Ridgewood, N. J. . Broadway, Va. . South Orange, N. J. . Charlottesville, Va. . Newton, Mass. . Danville, Va. New Orleans, La. . . Chicago, Ill. . . Culpeper, Va. UNDERGRADUATES CARI.E C. BRAVVNER, JR. . . . WII.I.IAM E. BRAY, JR. . . . WILLIAM HENRY BREED . . . WILLIAM Ross BRlEIElJI.OVB . . ALBERT H. BRAMER, JR. . . . EDWARD KNAPI' BRENNER . . LEWIS LIYIJE BRERETON, JR. . JAMES LEWIS BRESLOVE . . . JAMES MARTIN BREWEAKER . WILLIAM BARNVVELI. BRICKELL NOEL CRAWFORD BRIDE . . . FFIIOMAS HOLI.AND BRl'l'l' . . HERBERT HALE l'iRI'l"l'lEN . . . HARRY BOWEN BRl'l"l'l.Ii . . . JOSEPII BALDWIN BROCK . . . PATRICK J. BROGAN, JR. . . . ROGERS CORSON BROOKS . . . Al.l.EN '.llUPPliR BROVVN . . . CAMPBELI. YVlI.I.IAM BROVVN . DAVID 'LUCKHR BROVVN, JR. . LEROY EDWARDS BROWN, III . SFUART ELLETT BROWN, JR. . WILLIAM RANDALL BROWN . H. LEROSS BROWNE .... LESTER BROWNFZ ...... ROBERT WILLIAM BROWNLEE . LUCIEN WILKINS BRUCE . . RAPP BRUSII, JR. .... . WAI.TER BUCKNER ..... ROIIIZRT CATLIN BUELI., JR. . MORRIS BUEP . ..... . WADE LIAMPTON BULLARD, JR. . PAUL I-IEREERT BUREAGE, JR. . TIIOMAS H. B. BURCI-IARD . . JOSEPII JOI-IN BURGER .... LLOYD BYRON BURK, JR. . . GEORGE ANDERTON BURKE . . HARRY BURNE'l"l', JR. . . . . NORMAN RICIIARD l3URNli'l"l' . JOSEPII DOWEI.I. BURROUGIIS . JAMES I-IUGIIES BUTLER . . . CIIARLES MIERRICKIEN BYRD . . MARIANO C. CAEALLERO . . . EUGENE MEAD CAPEEY, JR. . EARLE GARNHS CAl.DVVEl.l. . . WILLIAM B. CALDVVliI.l., JR. . JOI-IN BUMPASS CALIIOUN . . MICIIAIEI. BRUCE CALLENDER . JOSHUA F. B. CAMELOS . . . DANIEL I.. CAMPHIELI., JR. . . FRANK CAMPBIELI. . . . . . FREDERIC S. CAMI-EELL, JR. . WII.I.IS C. CAMPBELL, JR. . . EIJMUND VVADDILII CANNON . MORTIMER MAXWELL CAPLIN . CLAUDE W. CARMICIIAEL, JR. . IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIEN . .Alexandria, Va. . .UniverSity, Va. . Stockbridge, Mass. . . PortsmoutlI, Va. Rochelle Park, N. J. . . Bayonne, N. J. Wa:.hi:.gton, D. C. . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . .liedford, Va. . . . Miami, Fla. Washington, D. C. . . . Suffolk, Va. . . Cherrydale, Va. . . Remington, Va. . . . Schuyler, Va. . Steubenville, Ohio . . Lansdowne, Pa. . . .ChicIxgo, Ill. l'Iuntington, VV. Va. . . Alexandria, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . .Alexandria, Va. . . .StauntOn, Va. . . .Roanoke, Va. . . .Chicago, Ill. . . .Atlanta, Ga. Washington, D. C. . . .Ro:1noke, Va. . . l'lartford, Conn. Schenectady, N. Y. . .Lynchburg, Va. .M:Iplewood, N. J. . .li:Iltimore, Md. Forest Hills, N. Y. . . Alexandria, VII. . .Alexandria, Va. . Staunton, Va. . Memphis, Tenn. . . .Norfolk, Va. . Hutchinson, Kan. . . Baltimore, Md. . San Juan, P. R. . . .Ballston, Va. . Lumberton, N. C. . . .Chicago, Ill. . Nashville, Tenn. . Montclair, N. J. Big Stone Gap, Va. . . Paterson, N. . . Onancock, Va. . Richmond, VII. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Richmond, Va. . New York, N. Y. Charlottesville, Va. CIIARLES H. CARPIQNTER, JR. JOSEPII EDVVIN CARR . . . WILLIAM G. CARROW, III . VVIl.l.lAM W. CARSON, JR. . EUGENE S. CARTER, JR. . . FHNIJOI. PERRY CARTER . . Cili0RGli BENJAMIN CARTER WII.I.IAM I-I. CARTER, II . DAVID JUNE CARVER, JR. . CiEORGIi D. M. CARY . . . MILLARD CASS ..... JOIIN BRIENNAN CATCH . . JOHNNY FINKS CA'I'1'ERTON HENRY R. C. CIIALMERS . S'l'IEl'IlEN S. CIIAMBIERLAIN WALTER A. CIIAMEERS, JR. i'Il2RBIiR'l' BAKER CIIAPIN . . DAVID LOW CHAPMAN . . JOSEPII L. Cl'lliE'l'llAM, JR. . VVALLER VVINSTON CIIENERY SAMUEL JESSE CIIERNOI-'If . JOIIN ALAN CIIEsTER . . RANDOLPII CIIITWOOD . . . GEORGE L. CI-IRISTIAN . . . RALEIGI-I C. CHRISTIAN . . PAGE BOWIE CI.AGli'l"l' . . EDWARD WEEE CLARK . . HENRY LEE CLARK . . . JOIIN CLARK, JR. . . . . . HARTWELL PA'I"l'ESON CLARK ROBERT FULTON CLARKE . JAMES WILLIAM CLEMENT . FRED E. CLIEVELANIJ, JR. . . EDVVARD BRYAN CI.0l"l'0N . JOSEPI-I SMITI-I COcI-IRAN, JR. IRWIN RICIIARD COIIEN . . LEONARD LEE COIIEN . . . NORMAN PAUL COIIEN . . JOSEPII HENRY COIIN . . NORBORNH PAGE COLE . . ROBERT VVYCKLIFI-'li COLE . EDWARD Mlil.Vll.I.E COLEMAN JOIIN GORDON COI.EMAN . JOIIN SWOPE COLLINS . . . VVILLIAM OI.IvER COMES . . PETE COMMINGS .... SAM ROTII CoNNEI.LY, JR. . ANDREW BYRON CONNER, JR. . JAMES Gll.l.lAM CONRAD. . RICIIARD DICKSON COOKE, JR. . VVILLIAM HARRIS COOKIE . GLENN COOPER... . . . RUSSELL PALMER COOPER . VVRAY TillOMAS COOPER . . RANDOLPH S. COPELANIJ, III SIDNEY J. COPLIN .... . Nottoway C. H.. . Mount I-lope, VV. CES . . Weston, W. Va . Newport News, V Il. . .Cape Charles, Va Charlottesville, Va Chzlrlottesville, Val . .BlllClI10llf, Va Baltimore, Md . . Richmond, Va . .NorfOlk, Va . . .Chieago, Ill . .UniverSity, Va . . . Phenix, Vu .Maplewood, N. J . . .Arvonia, Va Woodhuven, N. X .Greenwich, ConII Charleston, VV. VII Va Va. r . . Richmond, V:I. . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . .CismOnt, V ll. . . .ROanoke, Va. . .Tientsin, China . . Richmond, Va. Mitchellville, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Washington, D. C .Maplewood, N. J Charlottesville, VII . . Palm Beach, Fla . . Danville, Va . . . .Swoope, Va Chevy Chase, Md . . Staunton, Va . . . Brooklyn, N. Y Roch ester, N. Y . .Baltimore, Md . New York, N. Y . . University, Va . .UniveI'sity, Va . .NorfOlk, Va . . Lexington, KY . Philadelphia, Pa Charlottesville, VII Charlottesville, Va Lookout Mt., Tenn . . Hampton, Va .I-Iarrisonburg, Va . . .Norfolk, Va . . Columbia, Va . . Brooklyn, N. Y . . Keokee, Va. . . Louisville, Ky. . . Richmond, Va. . .Harrisburg, P fl. . . New York, N. Y. UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES GERALD FRANCIS COS'l'El.l.O NEl.SON WHEELER COVVARD AMY LUISE COVVHHRD . . CLIIf'rORD NEWTON Cox, Jr. . GARLAND POLLARD COx . , ROBERT COU'I'AN'r Cox . . STUART' 'l'IfIOMAs Cox . . . JOSEEII W. COxE, III . . . WII.I.IAM R. L. CRAIf'I', JR. JOSEPH BALI. CRALLE, II . . FREDERICK JOIIN CRAMER . I-IUGII AX'I.fJR CRIGIIER, JR. WILLIAM DAVID CRONAN . JAMES A. CRU'I'Clllfllil.D, JR. . SAMUEL A. CUIIBERTSON, II . DAVID GREGG CUMMXNGS . JOIIN WALTER CUMMINGS, Ill CHARLES C. CUNNINGIIAM, JR. JOIIN CIIANDLER CURD . . ROEERI' E. LEE CURRIER . . EUGENE LAVATER CUSIIMAN . WALTER MOE CUSI-IMAN . PETER DABNEY ..... WILLIAM EDGECOMB DALE LOUIS GORDON DAl.l.lE'l"l' . . CASVVELL BENJAMIN IJARLI NG CIIESTER C. DARI.ING, JR. RALEIGH H. DARNELI., JR. . HARRIS B. DAVIENPORT, JR. STEPIIEN R. DAVliNl'OR'I', Il ELI FULTON DAVIDSON . . M. SIMS DAVIDSON . . . ARTIIUR A. DAVIS, JR. . . CARROLL FRANKI.IN DAVIS . CARY NELSON DAVIS, JR. . CIIARI.ES EMMETT DAVIS, JR. . HOwI.AND STAIGE DAVIS . . JAMES CONWAY DAVIS . . JOI-IN HILIIURN DAVIS, JR. NORMAN DAVIS ..... WALIIOLE DAVIS . . . WILLIAM ASIIIIY DAVIS . . LANG DAYTON .... . MAURICE DEBRITA .... ALBERT' MAYNARD IDE!-IKXNS RALEI1 0'I'Is DEININGER . . JOSEEII PETER D'ELIA . . VVILLIAM LEANDER DELONG . LOUIS JAMES DliPU'l'Y . . GEORGE VVAI.'I'IiR DERIIY, JR. . RICIIARD L. DESAUSSURE, JR. . JAMES BERNARD DESEERG . EEILBERT L. DIESVHRNINE . BENJAMIN F. DEW, JR. . . JOHN MASON DEW . . . HENRY PRICE DEYERLE . . w7HSlllllgll1ll, D. C. . .University, Va. . Cumberland, Md. . Asheboro, N. C. . . Louisville, Ky. . VVoreester, Mass. . . SUllIIlt0ll, Va. . . .ROZlll0liC,VZ1 Christianshurg, Va '1'appzIlIaIIIIOek, Va . Philadelphia, Pa . Brightwood, Va . New York, N. Y. w7HSllll1gt0ll, D. C. . New York, N. Y. . . .ClIiCagO, Ill. ClIattaIIOoga, Tenn. . . .RZlllf0l'Cl, Va. . . VVelClI, W. Va. . .RemingtOn, Va. . .AIlllZlP0liS, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Washington, D. C. . . . Wayne, Pa. . . . Chester, Pa. Stony Brook, L.l.,N.Y. . Providence, R. I. . . . Keokee, Va. . Gordonsville, Va. . . Richmond, Va . . .NIICkOls, Va . Jacksonville, Fla. .KillJ.fSIOll, N. Y. . . .ROclIelle, Va Iluntington, W. Va. Rural Retreat, Va . .BaltimOre, Md. . . . Fairfax, Va. .BirminglIam, Ala. . New York, N. Y. . .UIIiversity, Va. . . Agricola, Va. . Towanda, Pa. Flushing, N. Y. . . Amelia, Va. . TeZlllCCk, N. J. . Newark, N. J. . .LOuisa, Va. . . Laurel, Del. Pleasantville, N. Y. . Washington, D. C. Cleveland, Ohio New York, N. Y. . Richmond, Va. Center Cross, Va. lrlarrisonhurg, Va. ROBERT LYONS DIBBLE . . LOUIS N. DIERELL, JR. . . BERTRAM ljllihllili .... ROYCE DIIENER ..... WII.I.IAM JOSEIII-I I7lli'I'lERlCH BERNARD JAMES DIGGS . . CPOODVVIN ARMSTRONG DILLEN . HARRY E. IJINXNIDDIE, JR. . . LAURA VIRGINIA IJINWVIDIJIE FREDERICK C. IDISOUE, JR. . WII.I.IAM CONWAY DOAK . GLENN VVELIIINGTON DOIIIIS GERAI.D ARTI-IUR DONNELLY JOIIN GEORGE DONZELLA . JETER MORGAN DOSS . . . ROBERT K. DRUMVVRIGIIT, JR. MILTON ROBERT DUDIN . . WALTER I-I. DUI-'F, JR. . . PETER BEAUREGARD DUKE . ALBERT STEEIIENS DULANEY RUEUS S'l'I'IRl.ING IJUMONID . CARLYLE MANNING DUNAVVAY JAMES JACKSON DUNCAN . GEORGE HILLARY DUNKLIN EDWARD TPIOMAS DUNN, JR. EDWIN BURWELI. DUNN . . JOSEPH I-I. DURHAM, JR. . KENNETH CRAIG DYCI-IES . EDWARD RYANT DYER, JR. RALPH DUNIIAR EIIERLY . . JOIIN MINOR ECIIOLS . . . AUGUST EDWARD ECKIEI. . . IRWIN DAVID ECKSTEIN . . JAMES E. EDMUNDS, III . . GEORGE DE F. EDVVARDS, JR. . WALTER RAY EDWARDS . . rFIIOMAS EIfs'rA'I'ION , 'HENRY TKJBIAS EGGER . . ALEXANDER R. EIIRIIAR . . SAMUEL M. EIIRENREICII . MARX EISENMAN .... HIERBERT EISI.ER . . . . CIIARI.ES HAROLD ELAM . . FITZIIUGII ELDER, JR. . . . STEEIIEN BENTON ELKINS . PATRICK JOIIN ELI.IS . . . WII.I.IAM ROBERT ELLIS . . LEONARD BROOKS ELMS . . RICIIARD JOHN ELY . . . CIIARI.ES HORTON EMORY . GEORGE ERWXN ENGELIIARD CIIARLES CIIIIITON EPES, JR. . GUY ESTES. . . . . . CIIARI.ES U PSHUR TIIOMAS EVANS, JR. QUINBY EVANS . JAMES ROGERS EWING . . . . .LakewoOd, Ohio . . . Danville, Va. . . New York, N. Y. . . .BaltimOre, Md. . . .BCZll'ClSt0YVll, Ill. . W. Palm Beach, Fla. . Washington, D. C. . Charlottesville, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. . . .UIIiversity, Va. . . Philadelphia, Pa. . . Shenandoah, Va. . Hastings-on-Hudson . . .Nyack, N. Y. . . . .Penhook, Va. . . Fork 'UIIiOII, Va. . . H:II'tfoI'd, Conn. . . New York, N. Y. . . . BostOII, Mass. . . . University, Va. . . . Walton, N. Y. . . . .NorfOlk, Va. . Clarksburg, W. Va. . .Pine Bluff, Ark. .Clifton Forge, Va. . . . .I-Ialifax, Va. . . . Louisville, Ky. .Buffalo Ridge, Va. . . . Wusih, ClIiIIa . . .NOrfolk, Va. . . . . Grottoes, Vu. . . .MH1llSOIl, N. J. . . New York, N. Y. . . . .Halifax, Va. . . New York, N. Y. . . . . Ozark, Ala. Rosebank, S. I., N. Y. . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . . New York, N. Y. . . .BrOOklyn, N. Y. . Newport News, Va. . . .Trevilians, Va. . . . StauntOII, Va. . Washington, D. C. . . . Covington, Va. . . . lronton, OlIiO . East Orange, N. J. . . . .Norfolk, Va. . . Cl'1ll1f0l'll, N. . .AFlillglflIl, N. J. Newport News, Va. . . Ruckersville, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. . . . Danville, Va. .Wheeling, VV. Va. UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN SHARII EWING, JR. . JOSEPH Gll.BER'l' FAATZ . JOI-IN CARROLL FAHEI' . 1-IARRIS ERNEST FALK . RoBER'r JOHN FAI.I.liR'l' . JAMES P. FARMER .... KING Plllll.IP FARRINGTON . DONAI.D STORM FARVBR . . I-IARRY EDWIN FARVHR . . . CHARLES J. FAULKNER, JR. S'1'ANl.liY PRHSCO'l"l' FAI' . . GEORGE HERBERT FELDMAN CORNELIUS G. FERGUSON, JR. . ALBERT TJAYLOR FERRIN . . HENRY BARD FIELD . . WILLIAM J. FlEl.DER,' JR. . ROBERT VIRGIII FIELDING . ROBER'r WEBB FINE . . . ARTHUR M. FlNKEl.S'I'ElN . NORMAN FINKEl.S'I'l5lN . EDVVARD FINLAY, JR. . . HARRY W. FINNIELI., JR. . SAUL IRA FXRTEL. . . . JOIIN MALCOLM FXRTH, JR. JUNIUS RODIES FISI-IIIURNE . JACOB FISIIER ,..., I-IALEY FISKE, II . . . . . HOLLIS FFHURSTON FITCH . CARL FLIEMING, JR. . . . . CHEORGE H. FLOWERS, JR. . RICHARD M. FORBES . . . . WII.I.IAM GATES FORD . . LESLIE RICIIARD FORIESTER . DANIEI. f.iEORGli FORTUNOEE JACK CUEBAS FOSTER . . . IQENNBTII BADEN FOSTER. . RALPH S. FOULGER, JR. . . WII.I.IAM FRAMI-TON, III . DANIEL PIIILIII FRANKLIN . YIARRY B, F. FRANKLIN . . r1'llOMAS EMLEN FRANKI.IN . HENRY ALBERT FRANZ . . IDAVID MILTON FRENCII . ROBERT P. L. BRICK . . CHARLES LEE FRIEDEN . IRWIN FRIEDEN . . . . . JUI.IAN I'IAR0l.D FRIEDEN . MAl.VlN ELLIOT FRIIEDLANDER MARTIN Ross FRIEDMAN . . RICIIARD H. FRIEDMAN . . FRED EDISON FRIES . . . STUART PIHLLIIIS FROST . JACK CLAYTON FULI.ER . JACOB RUIIERT FULTON . JACOB LEON FURIE . . IRVIN GALIN . . . . Vicksburg, Miss . South Orange, N. J . . . Baltimore, Md . . . . . Boise, Ida . . Brooklyn, N. Y . . . RiclIlIIIIds, VII lidgewnter Park, N. J . . . .MCLeIIII, VII . . . .MCL6Hll, VII . . Clmse City, VII . . Edgewood, R. I . .M0l'l'lStlJXN'll, N. J . . . . CliIItoII, PII . . Fort I-Ioyle, Md . . Arlington, VII . . C0lllH'll1llS, GII . . .DillwyII, VII . . X'0Ill'iCl'S, N. Y . . .Bl'00lilyH, N. Y . . . YoIIkers, N. Y . ClIIIttIIIIoog:I, Tenn . . New York, N. Y . . . Newark, N. J . ViI'giIIizI BeIIclI, VII . Cliarlottesville, VII . . New York, N. Y. . . New York, N. Y. . Chzlrlottesville, Va. . . . RiclImoIId, Vu. . . RiClImoIId, VII. . . .BI1ltimore, Md . . Ridgewood, N. J . Tuxedo Park, N. Y. . . .BrooklyII, N. Y. . . New York, N. Y. . . Newberry, Micll . .I-Iollywood, Calif . . . .Oil City, PII . . .ROZlll0liC, VII . . .PlIIinfielIl, N. J . . .PlIIiIIlield, N. J . . Clifton, N. J. . . .AlexIIndriII, VII . . Allentown, PII . . . Norfolk, VII. . . . Norfolk, VII. . . . Norfolk, VII. S . . . M1Jlllfl'iC, Cn. . . New York, N. Y. . . Brookline, Moss. . . . VViIIClIester, VII . . Greenwicli, Conn . WlIitiIIsville, Mass . . . . Grottoes, VII . . Newark, N. J . . . Portsmouth, VII Al.l+'RliD DUBLE GALLOWAY . SAMUEL J. R. GAMBI.E . . JORGE A. GARCIA . . . . . DONALD MCRAIQ GARLAND . SAMUEL l'lUGllliS fiARVlN . HARRI' l'iAMll.'l'ON GAVER, JR. JAMES JBWIEI. GEARI' . . . BERNARD GEI.BAND. . . 'PHOMAS S. filEORGIi, JR. . WOODRUIIII fillORGli, JR. . . JOIIN MARSIIAI.L Glil'l1AR'l' . JESSE EDWARD CHRBIER . JOIIN WARD GERBHR . . DUNCAN CHAI-IN Cillili . DAVID JAMESON GIBSON . . FRANKLIN S. GIBSON, ll . CHAUNCEY M. Cill.BliR'l', JR. . NORMAN 'PIIOMAS Cill.l. . . JAMES MCCI.URE fill.I.li'l', JR. ROBERT NOI-'SINGER fill.l.IAM . WII.I.IAM EDVVARD fill.l.lAM WILLIAM NATIIAN GILLISON . KlENNli'l'l'1 SEEMAN QIINIGBR . LEON Gl.OBMIXN .. . . . VVILLIAM AYERS C.iODlfREY . ERNEST M. DE GOGORZA . . BERNARD YALE GOLDBERG . l'lIERBliR'l' M. GOLDMANN, JR. . RICHARD SIGMUND fiOl.DSMl'l'll EUGENE OSCAR G0l.DS'l'lElN . lRVING JOSEPH G0l.DS'l'IiIN . ROBERT EMANUEL GOl.DS'l'EN . ISIDOR fi0l.DS'l'ROM, JR. . . WII.I.IAM ROBERT GOOCII . MCCHESNEI' fi00DAI.l., JR. . BRBCKIENRXDGH C. GOODLOE . SOLOMON GOODMAN . . . ROBIIRT F. GOODSON, JR. . ROBERT A. G0OlDiX'IN, JR. . CHARLES NlClN'I'OSIl fi0RDAN . A. LEE GORDON, JR. . . . FRANCIS G. GORDON, JR. . RAEBURN FRANCIS GORDON . VVILLIAM r1lAl.B0'l"l' GORDON . . WII.I.IAM TIIII-E'I"I' GRASTY . . PORTIER RANDOLPII fiRAVlES . JOIIN LEWIS GRAY .... BERNARD JUI.IAN GREEN . . lVll5l.VIN S'l'ANI.liY fiRliliNlllCRC . LUCIEN BU'rI.ER GREENE . . MVRON LAWRENCE GREENE . VVILLIAM 0. CiRlElEVIiR, JR. . GEORGE OSIIORNE GREGORY . DAVID B. GRIIIIIIN, JR. . WILLIAM M. GRISVVOLD . . S'l'l5l'lllEN GROSECK. . . . . . Berryville, VII. . ClIIIrlOttesville, VII. . . . FIIjIIrdo, P. R. . E. Br:IiIItree, MIISS. . . . Louisville, Ky. . . .AnIIIIpOlis, Md. . . .ROIIIIoke, VII. . . . Bl'00lilJ'll, N. Y. . . . Towson, Md. . . New Orleans, LII. Olililllflmll City, Okla. . . . Elizabetli, N. J. . MIIllI:I, L. I., N. Y. . . Front Royal, VII. . ClIIIrlOttesville, VII. . . . University, VII. . ClIIII'lottesville, VII. . . . Meadville, PII. . . . Baltimore, Md. . . . FiIIeIIstle, VII. . . .LyIlClll1l.ll'g', VII. .Lake Village, Ark. . . New York, N. Y. . . MIII'tiIIsville, VII. . .SpriIIgfielIl, Mass. . . . Clierrydzlle, VII. . . . Portsmouth, VII. . Belle l'IarbOr, N. Y. . . . I'I1ll'l'iSlJlll'g', Pu. . . . IIIImptoII, VII. . . Brownsville, PII. . ClIIII'lOttesville, VII. . . .BIIltimore, MII. . . Lake Wales, FIII. . . . Sf1lllllf0l1, VII. . . . Sflllllllflil, VII. . . Hopewell, VII. . . . AIIguStII, GII. . . Millwoocl, VII. . . .Norfolk, VII. . . HOIIstoII, Tex. . . . Dublin, VII. . . Furmvillc, VII. . . RlCl1mllIIii, VII. . . . . StIIIIIIton, VII. .I.IICey Spriiigs, VII. . . Memphis, Tenn. RiCilln0llli Hill, N. Y. . . . Danville, VII. . . . Louisville, Ky. . . New York, N. Y. . . Rural Retreat, VII. . . . Richmond, Va. . XA7ZlSllll1J.L'I0l1, D. C. Grand Rapids, Mich. . . PlIilIIdelplIiII, PII. UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS ALVIN VVAl.I.ACli GROSS . . CLAUDE EDWARD GROVE . . JOHN HEHRY GUY, JR. . . WILLIAM D. HADEN, JR. . NORMAN BRIERLEY l'lAI,I., JR. S'I'UAR'l' F. lIAMll.l., JR. . . LYNN RHEA HAMMOND, JR. ROBERT ALAN IIANSON . . HENRY A. VVISIE l'lAI'l'IER, JR. WILLIAM T. HARLAN, JR. . HENRY MAYNARD HARLOW . ARMAND DIEROSSIET HARRIS JOHN DANIEL HARRIS . . WILLIAM LETT HARRIS . . BENJAMIN HARRISON. . . DAVID A. HARRISON, III . AUIIREY E. HARVEY, JR. . . DICNISON llURI.BU'l' HATCH . EUGENE EIAINES HAWKINS . RAY EARLY HAWKINS . . . RICHARD F. IIAWKINS. . . EDGAR DUNCAN HAWLEY . EMMIETT BURWEI.L HAWPE . . VVAYLAND J. HAYES, JR. . ALLAN WATSON HAZARD . ROBERT EMMET IAIEEKIN, JR. GEORGE M. l'IEINl'l'SIl, JR. . JAMES BARKLEY HELVIN . . EDMUND MCKEIL HENDERSON GLENN l,IXON HENDERSON WILLIS M. HIENIJRICKS . . RICHARD HALL HENRY . . REECE VIERLAINE IIENSLEY . OLIVER MEGS l'lIiI'l.liR, JR. . JOIIN HENRY l'lBROl.lJ . . . SEYMOUR HERR ..... AIYVAII L. HBRRING, JR. . E. FRANTZ HIERSIIIEY . . . RICIIARD M. l'IliSSEl.MAN . BYRON ADNA HICKS . . . ROBERT HIGGINBOTIIAM . CHARLES RIEE l'IlI.GAR'l'NliR . JAMES IIIENNINC IIII.I,IARD . SAMUEL SOLOMON HII.I.MAN JOSEPH Hll.'l'ON ..... WILLIAM WYATT HOBACK . FRANK BOYD HOFFER . . . JOIIN EISINGHR HO!-'I-'MAN . KENNli'l'll VVARREN IIOI.BERT CHARLES F. IIOLIJICN, JR. . fiHORCli liIEI.I.OGG IIOOKER . FRANCIS BAIN HOOPES . . WINSTON I-IOPE ..... JACK HARRY HOPKINS . . JULIUS I-IERMAN I-IOPKINS . WILLIAM HOLE IIOPKINS . . I'Ia's- . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . . Luray, Va. . . . RiclImoIId, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. Chevy Chase, Md. . . . Oakland, Md. . . . . Roanoke, Va. . . . Richmond, Va. l'IilI'I'lS0lllJllI'g, Va. New York, N. Y. . Charlottesville, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. New Philadelphia, O. . . . WiIIchester, Va. . . . Richmond, Va. . . . Hopewell, Va. . . .LyIlCl1lJlIl'g, Va. Riverside, Conn. W7HShlIIgf0II, D. C. . . .Petershurg, Va. . . . Detroit, Mich. . Richmond, Va. . StaI1ntOn, Va. NaslIville, Tenn. .Ansonia, Conn. Cincinnati, Ohio . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . Louisa, Va. Bridgetown, Va. Nashville, Tenn. . .Roanoke, Va. . . Ardmore, Pa. . . Elkton, Va. . . . Richmond, Va. . . .BaltimOI'e, Md. . . . Bayonne, N. J. . . Richmond, Va. . . . .l'IeI'shey, Pa. Garden City, N. Y. . .Bedford, Va. Red Bank, N. J. .BaltimOre, Md. . Louisville, Ky. . Portsmouth, Va. . Savannah, Ga. . .Roanoke, Va. .University, Va. New York, N. Y. .Alcxandria, Va. . Winnetka, lll. New Castle, Del. . .NOrfolk, Va. . Petersburg, Va. .Petersburg, Va. . Richmond, Va. on-I'IudSon, N. Y. MICIIAISI. JOIIN I-IORAN . . JEROME I-IOROWITZ . . . . CIIARLES W. I'IO'I'CHKIsS, JR. AI.vIN HAYWARD HOWARD . RICIIARD .ELVVOOD HOWE . . WILLIAM HARRY HOYT, JR. JOSEPH BOU'l'VVlil.l. IIUDGINS GEORGE WOODROW HUDSON . JOIIN E. N. HUME, JR. . . PRESTON BOOKER I'IUNDI.EY DAVID JOSEPH HUNT . . . JOIIN B. HUNTER, II . . . AND SCIENCES . 2 . . Wilmington, Del. . I . . New York, N. Y. . 2 . . .Cleveland, Ohio . I . .New Orleans, La. . I . . . Newton, Mass. . I . . . Oneonta, N. J. . 3 . . . .ROZllI0liC, Va. . 2 . . Greenport, N. Y. . 3 . Schenectady, N. Y. . 2 . . .Lync1Iburg, Va. . I . . . .BallstOn, Va. . I . Newtonville, Mass. FREDERICK H. HURIJMAN, JR. . I . White Plains, N. Y. CI.ARK E. HUSTHD, JR. . . CHARI.ES F. HUTAEE. . . EDVVIN C. HU'l"l'liR. . . . GORDON LOUIS INGRAIIAM . . GUY MORRIS INMAN . . . ROBERT rl.lA'1'E IRVINE, JR. . PETER IRVING, JR.. . . . NATI-IAN ISRAEL .... . GREEN SMYIIEY JACKSON . MINTER MORGAN JACKSON . BENJAMIN DANIEL JACOBS . HARRY BERNARD JACOBS . . FELMORE IRVING JACOBSON . PETER JAIII-'E ...... HARRY BEECII JAMES, JR. . JOIIN BURROUGHS JAMES . JAY CURTIS JAMISON, JR. . STEWART F. JAMISON, JR. . AR1'IIUR S. JENKINS, JR. . DANIEL ALGER JENKINS . . JOHN G. JOHANNIZSEN, JR. . ELMER LEE JOHNSON, JR. . MARCEI.I.US A. JOHNSON, III HERBERT V. JONES, JR. . . . JOIIN VVALKIER JONES . . . WAYLAND HORACE JONES . WILLIAM ARLINGION JONES VVIIILIAM BROWN JONES . . VVIIILIAM WHITMORE JONES WII.I.IS BRYANT JONES . . WINEIELD M. JONES . . . EDWARD PITTS JOYNES . . EDWIN HAROLD JUNGER . . WII.I.IAM V. T. JUSTIS . . IIUGII EMII. KABI.liR . . . JAMES LI.liVVBI.I.YN KAI.IiR . HOWARD KANE ..... TIIOMAS H. KANIE, JR. . . GEORGE MEI.vIN KAI'I.AN . MlI.'l'ON HAROLD KAI'I.AN , JOHN F. KATENKAMP, JR. . JACOB EPSTEIN KATZ . . . JOHN SCOTT Kl2GI.ER . . . . 4. . . . .TOledO, Ohio . I . . BrOIIxville, N. Y. . I . . .UIIiversity, Va. . 2 . . . .ROme, N. Y. . I . . Wilmington, Del. . 2 . . . Richmond, Va. . I . . New York, N. Y. . 2 . .Wilkes-BarI'e, Pa. . 4 . . . .DOthan, Ala. . 2 . .East Radford, Va. . I . . . BrOOklyII, N. Y. . I . . . Newark, N. . I . . .PortsmOuth, Va. . I . .Great Neck, N. Y. . I . Charlottesville, Va. . I . . . .NorfOlk, Va. . 3 . . .GI'CSIISl3Ilrg, Pa. . 3 . . . Newark, N. J. . 2 . . Montclair, N. J. . 2Upper Montclair, N. J. . 3 . .Bridgeport, Conn. . I . Charlottesville, Va. . 3 . . . .RoanOke, Va. . 2 . . Kansas City, Mo. . 2 . . Pine Bluff, Ark. . I . . .Blaekstone, Va. . I . .Hattiesburg, Miss. . I . Charlottesville, Va. . I . .WeStfield, N. J. .3 . . . .Atlanta, Ga. . I .... Atlanta, Ga. . I . . Nassawadox, Va. . I . . New York, N. Y. . 2 . . New York, N. Y. . 2 . , .Alexandria, Va. . Marydel, Md. . I . Providence, R. I. . I . .h'0lll1gSt0Wl1, Ohio . I . . Brookline, Mass. . I . . . .NOrfOlk, Va. . 4 . Santa Barbara, Cal. . 2. . . . Pikesville, Md. .2.. .2. . . ..York, Pa. UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND GILBERT LEWIS Kl2I'l'II . . CHARLES DARE KELLOGG . . CARLYLE WATSON KISNNEIDY ROY L. KINCANNON . . . ROGER JAMES KING . . r1lIlOMAS COBB KING, JR. . . THOMAS RU'l'l.liDGIi KING . BENJAMIN T. KINSIEY, JR. JOHN ALBERT K1RCl'lNl5R . . JAMES SIDNEY Kl'l'I'IiliMAN JOHN FUQUA KIZER . . . EDVVARD STANLEY .Kl.l5lN, JR. . JOSEPH M. KLINIE .... TIIOMAS JOIIN Kl.lNlEIlINS'l' . MlI.'l'0N STUART Kl.0'l'Z . . DAVID DONAI.D KI.0US . . JOIIN ARNOLD KNAl'l' . . RAY DOWNING.KNlGl'l'l' . . EDWARD ALDEN KNOW'l.liS . ABRAHAM K0l.0I3NY. . . JACOB TlIl50lJORE KOPI' . . JOHN LOGAN KRAUSl'IAAR . ADOLPH OSCAR KRXSCH . . HAROLD RICIIARD KROIiBER ELLIOT VICTOR KRONISFI . . JERROLD JAMES KUSIINER . BROCKENBROUGII LAMB, JR. . BYRON I'III.I.lARD LAMO'l"l'IE HARRY I-I. LAMSON, JR. . . MARSH LANCASTER . . FRANK M. LANDEEELD . . HOMER I-I. LANDES, JR. . . RICHARD JAMES LANGsTAIfI-' RICHARD ESTEI- LANKEORD . CHARLES O. LAWRENCE, JR. KENNETH STUART LAWRENCE . ARNOI.D LAWSON, JR. . . . FFIIOMAS W. LAWSON, II . DUDLEY DAY LAWTON, JR. . DONALD MCLEOD LAY, JR. . FRANCIS DUPONT LAZENBY NORMAN HANSFORD LICAKE . JOIIN D. LEBOURGEOIS . . RICHARD ARTHUR LEDBRBR . JOHN BARNSDALL LEE . . LANSING BURROWS LEE, JR. LAWRENCE Llili, JR. . . . WILLIAM L. LEE, JR. . BENTON O. LIil"'l'0N . . . GILBERT SETON LEETON . . CARI. HENRY LEIIMAN . . SIDNEY RICI-IARD LENDING . CAMILLUS S. L'ENGI.li, JR. . LEWIS WILLIAM IJEPMAN, J ROBERT HENRY LEYIN . , EARL J. LEVINE . . . Wilmette, lll. . Boston, Mass. VVayneShOro, Va. .'l'revilians, Va. New YoI'k, N. Y. . Anniston, Ala. . .BriStol, Va. .l'ctershurg, Va. . Baltimore, Md. . .NorfOlk, Va. . . lVlilZlll,r1lCl1ll. Bronxville, N. Y. New York, N. Y. . . .York, Pa. . Staunton, Va. lfrookline, Mass. New York, N. Y. New YoI'k, N. Y. Glen Ridge, N. J. . .Norfolk, Va. New York, N. Y. Greenwich, COIIII. . .ROanoke, Va. . New Rochelle, N. Y. . New Haven, Conn. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Richmond, Va. . Wilmington, Del. hRlZlSl1lllgf0ll, D. C. . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . SIIHolk, Va. . Staunton, Va. Paterson, N. J. . Baltimore, Md. . . Norfolk, Va. . . Norfolk, Va. Beverly Farms, Mass. Beverly Farms, Mass. . Slingerland, N. Y. Bellerose, L. I. N. Y. . Hopewell, Va. . . Proffit, Va. . Washington, D. C. . Far Rockaway, N. Y. . Pleasantville, N. Y. . Augusta, Ga. . Savannali, Ga. . Fayetteville, W. VII. Cleveland, Ohio ClevelaIIIl, Ohio . Baltimore, MII. New Bedford, Mass. Jacksonville, Fla. . .Gleneoe, lll. . Beverly, N. . .Nlll'flllli, Va. LEONARD EDGAR LEVINSON . JESSE WILLIAM LEvY . . . RICIIARD r.llll.l.ES LIEVY . . . DAVID HENRY LEWIS, JR. . JOIIN VVIESLEY LIEYS . . . NIIELVIN LIIEBOVVITZ . . . SEYMOUR SllliI.'l'ON LIESHITZ w7ll.l.lAM CHEORGB LIND, JR. . JOIIN lfELI.AM LINGO . . . HERBERT LINNE .. . . . CHARLES NEWTON LISKEY . I-IASKIN VINCENT I.I'l"l'l.li . WESI.EY l'IEIl.BI5RGlfR LI'l"l'I.E l'lUGll I.IvENGOOD .... HOYNTON P. LIVINGSTON . . MAR'rIN HENRY LONG, JR. ROBER1' H. LONGS'l'RliB'l' . . ANDREW JACKSON LOVVNIDIES GEORGE F. LULL, JR. . . LINWOOD LUNSFORD . . CHARLES M. LYNCII, JR. . S'l'lENVAR'l' PIERCE LYNCH . . CHARLES WESLEY LYON, JR. GEORGE CECIL LYON . . . GEORGE DIESHON MCAEEE . Kl5NNE'l'II S'l'BVVAR'l' MCATEE BAR'l'I.Ii'l"l' MCBAIN . . . EDVVARD R. W. MCCABE, JR. CHALMIERS T. MCCALLUM . THOMAS PETER MCCARTIN JAMES S. lVICCl.lN'l'0N, JR. WIl.l.IAM A. MCCLUNG . . EDVVARD P. MCCREERY, JR. HOVVARD M. MCCDE, JR. . r1llMBERl.AKIi MCCUE. . . DAI.E MIERKIER lVlCCUl.l.0UGll ANDRIEVV JACKSON lVlCl7Al.l. . CHARLES VV. MCGILVERY . CIIARLES IE. MCGINN, JR. WILLIAM lNGllAM MCGOWAN . ELEXIS VVILLIAM lYlCGRA'l'H ROGER HENRY lVlCGRA'I'll . JAMES M. G. MCGUIRE . MARVINNHURT MCfiUIRli, JR. GEORGE VVALTICR lVlClVIiR . CHARLES G. MACKENEIE . JOIIN VVXNCIEI. MACLEOD . ASIIBY R. lVIClVlUI.l.IiN, JR. EDWARD NIACAULIEY, JR. . H. LESTER lVlADDIiX . . . JAMES LANDON lVlADDliX . . ROBERT MALCOLM MAIJIIIEX . HENRY C. MADDUK, JR. . . Al.BIiR'I' CIIARLIES MAGLIIRE JOIIN filiRAl.D lVlAll0NlCY . ROBERT COLBY lVlAll0NliY . SCIENCES VVOOdmeI'e, N. Y. New York, N. Y. New York, N. Y. .Ivy Depot, Va. .LyIIclIburg, Va. Cedarliurst, L. I. N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. . Cranston, R. I. Pungoteague, Va. BrooklyII, N. Y. New Market, Va. . . .BriS, Va. .PittStOwII, N. J. Elizabeth, N. J. Falls Church, Va. Jacksonville, Fla. . . Avon, N. J. . . . Baltimore, Md. . w71lSl1illgf0Il, D. C. . . .PeterSbIIrg, Va. Gl'CCllSl3lll'g', Pa. BrOokliIIe, Mass. Hollywood, Calif. . . .MadiSon, COHII. . Washington, D. C. . Berryville, Va. New York, N. Y. Fort Bragg, N. C. . .Laurel, Miss. Brooklyn, N. Y. .PZII'kCl'Sl1llI'g', VV, Va. . . . University, Va. . . . l'Iillf0l1, W. Va. . . . RiclImoIId, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. Mt. Lebanon, Pa. VVayneshoro, Va. Smithtown, L. I., N. Y. Sfl'0llKlSlJlll'g, PII. . . . Alexandria, Va. . . .Springfield, Ill. . . . Elmira, N. Y. . . . Richmond, Va. . . . Richlands, Va. Bronxville, N. Y. Lynbrook, N. Y. . . . .Crozet, Va. . . .University, Va. . .Blll'lillgfIlTlC, Calif. . Charlottesville, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. . F. Falls Church, Va. . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Jackson I-Its., N. Y. . . . .Salem, Mass. UNDERGRADUATES CLINTON EARL MALE . . . EVAN JAMES MALE . . . . JOSEPH KliNNE'l'll NIAIIO . . EDMUND L. MALONE, JR. . JOIIN EACOT'I' MANAIIAN . GUY EDWARD MANLEY . . IBAVIIJ VYE MANN . . . JAMES B. MANN, JR. . . JAMES EDWARD MANNING . CHARLES EDWIN MAPIIIS . . GEORGE WALTER MAIIII, JR. LESTER SAMUEI. MARCII . . HOWARD I-IERTZ MARCUS . MAXWELL JEROME NIARDIER PHILIP WILSON NIARKWOOIJ JEFF AUIJREY MARMON, JR. BEVERLY R. W. MARSHALL RICHARD POWELL MARSHALL THOMAS lViARSllAl.l. . . . CLARK OGIJEN lVlAR'l'lN . . EDWARD H. MARTIN . . . GEORGE MCCUE MAR'l'IN . MAI.C0l.M LUCK MASON . BEN JAY NIASSELI., JR. . . RICHARD W. MASSEY, JR. . ERNEST TIIOMAS MATACIA . LAURENCE A. MATACIA . . WILLIAM M. NIAULIJIN, JR. CARY LINWOOD MAY . . . FRANK R. MEAID, JR. . . . JACK ALLEN lViliEKER . . ARTIIUR M. MELI.OTT . . VVALTIER HELMUTII MERGARDT THEODORE LEON MEYENDORI-'If . FRANK CHARLES MEYER . . WILLIAM fiROKE MICKEY . Ross SANNIER MICKEY . . CIIARLES G. IVIIIJIJLETON, JR. ARNOLD BERGSON MILGRIM ROBERT QUENTIN MILLAN . ASIITON C. MILLER, JR. . . CLIFFORD DEVERE lVIIl.l.liR . DANIEL RAYMOND MILLER . EDWARD H. MII.I.ER, JR. . IRA MALCOLM MILLER . . JUSTIN DAVID MIl.l.ER . . GEORGE RIIJGVVAY MINOR . LANCELOT L. MINOR, JR. . PIIILIP MORRISON MINOR . AI.I.AN Slllil.'I'ON MINTER . CHARLES P. Ml'l'ClIEl.l., JR. LEWIS EMMETT MOCK, JR. . JOIIN LAMBIERT MOLYNEAUX EUSTACE CONWAY MONCURE Wll.l.IAM RICIIARD lVi0N'l'AGUE AUGUs'rUs L. MOORE, JR. . IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES I . Clarksburg, W. Va. 3 . Clarksburg, VV. Va. 3 . . . DeIIver, Colo. I . . .Grenada, Miss. I . . . UIIiversity, Va. I . . Rochester, N. Y. I . . Randolph, Mass. I . Charlottesville, Va. I . . . Hallwood, Va. 2 . . . Afton, Va. 3 . . Accomac, Va. 3 . . . .AltOOIIa, Pa. I . . New York, N. Y. 2 . . . Bayonne, N. J. 2 . Charlottesville, Va. I . . Memphis, Tenn. 3 . . . RiclImoIId, Va. I . Jackson Hts., N. Y. 3 . . .SheridaII, Wyo. 2 . . . .NorfOlk, Va. 2 . . Beaver Falls, Pa. 3 . . . . Leesburg, Va. 2 . . . .RoanOke, Va. I . . . .Atlanta, Ga. I . .Birmingham, Ala. I . Charlottesville, Va. 5 . Charlottesville, Va. 6 . . Rock Hill, S. C. 3 . . Gordonsville, Va. 2 Old Greenwich, COIIn. I . . . Sangus, Mass. I . . .Alexandria, Va. I . E. Rockaway, N. Y. 2 . . . Warrenton, Va. IOZOIIC Pk., L. I. N. Y. 3. . . .POrtage, Pa. I . . . .POrtage, Pa. I . . . Louisville, Ky. I . . New York, N. Y. 2 . .Middletown, Ohio I . Charlottesville, Va. 2 . . .SZlgill1lVV, MiCll. 2 . . .Amherst, Va. 2. . . DaIIville, Va. 2 . . Brooklyn, N. Y. I . . New York, N. Y. I . . Cannel City, Ky. I . . Memphis, Tenn. . RiChmoIId, Va. 4. . Jersey City, N. I . Charlottesville, Va. I . . . St. John, Kan. 3 . Charlottesville, Va. 3 . . . Richmond, Va. 2 . . .Clarksville, Va. I . . . Clearfield, Pa. 3.. EDWARD LOCKWOOD MO0Rli IRVING BEVERIDGE MOORE . JEROME HENRY MOORE . . JOSEPH F. MOORE, JR. . . WILLIAM MAURY MOORE . MORRIS FONTAINE MORAN . JOIIN lVICCllliSNliY MORGAN JOIIN W. H. MORGAN . . JOIIN RICHARD MORRIS, JR. MARX' WINGIfIEI.D MORRIS . ROGER WILLIAM MORRISON . JOHN WALSII MORSE . . . EDWARD TAYl.OR MORTON . HOWARD IRA MOSlIl5R . . . JAMES MERCER Moss . . . fiUY DAVIS MULI-'ORD . . ROY MO'I'I' lVIUl.FORD, JR. . EDWARD EUGENE lViUl.l.l5N . JOIIN H. MURDOCII, JR. . . RICHARD W. MURDOCH . . JOIIN JUDGE MURPIIY . . . JOIIN MONTAGUE MURPIIY . THOMAS W. NIURRELI., JR. JOHN WOODALL MURREY, JR. . JOSEPH CARSON MUSTARD . HENRY ASIIMEAD MUSTIN . FRANKLIN GUY MYERS . . HARVEY MYERS. . . . GILBERT NALLE . . . Al.lfRlill0 NAVARRO .... lVlARSHAl.I. A. NEII.AN, JR. , Mll.'I'ON LEONARD NEMO . LESTER PAGET NHWBURY . ALVIN LEROY NEVVMYER, JR. WALTER ROWEOTTOM NHXSEN PETER JOHN NIS'I'AD . . . ROBERT READ NIXON . . . JOIIN HENRY NOLI. . . . GEORGE W. NORVlil.l., JR. . RICHARD P. NOVEY . . . GEORGE W. NUNNAI.LY, JR. HARRY EDWARD NU'l"I'Y . . WILLIAM P. OIIERNDOREER LEWIS WEST OEIIMIG . . . ALEXANDER JOIINSON OGG . HERBERT FREDERICK OIII. . WII.I.IAM ABNER OLD . . . JOIIN W. O'MEARA, JR. . . CHARLES T. OlNlill.l., JR. , I-IIEROME L. OPIIE, JR. , . . PETER W. OIIPENIIEIMER . MAX IRVING OROWITz . , DECOURCY W. ORRICK, JR. NICIIOLAS C. ORRICK . . . lVfA'l'l'lllWV F. M, OSIIORNII LESTER M. OSTERMAN, JR. . .MaplewOOd, N. J. . . Richmond, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . Berryville, Va. . . RiclImoIId, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . . Fairville, Pa. . . .Ewing, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . University, Va. , .Chatterton, Va. . Southhridge, Mass. . .ClareIIdOII, Va. . Westfield, N. J. . Westfield, N. J. . . .Norfolk, Va. . Charleston, S. C. . . . .Irwin, Pa. .Amityville, N. Y. WHShiIlgI0ll, D. C. . . RiChmOIId, Va. . .Gallatin, Tenn. . . .CiSm0llt, Va. Washington, D. C. . .lialtimore, Md. . .CovingtOn, Ky. VVaslIington, D. C. Panama City, PaII. . . .Rye, N. Y. . . .NOrfolk, Va. PoiIIt Pleasant, N. J. Washington, D. C. .LyIIchburg, Va. . Patchogne, N. Y. San AIItOIIiO, Tex. . Fort Wayne, Ind. Huntington, W. Va. Panama City, Pan. . . .Atlant:I, Ga. Charlottesville, Va. . . .NOrfOlk, Va. Chattanooga, Tenn. . . .Norfolk, Va. .MapleWood, N. J. . . . Norfolk, Va. New HaveII, Conn. . .UniveI'sity, Va. . . Staunton, VII. . . Crestwood, N. Y. . . Paterson, N. J. . . .lialtimore, Md. . . . CaIItoII, Miss. . . . .NOrfolk, Va. . . New York, N. Y. UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ROBERT VINUI' OXENIIAM . CIIARLES MOORE PACE . . HARRY NELSON PACE . . . CIIARLIIC HENRY PAGE, JR. . FRANK JARVIS PAGE . . . VVINTIIROP RANDOLPH PAGE . HAROLD H. PARK, JR. . . EIWVIN P. PARKER, IH . . ROY FRANKI.IN PARKER, II . MA1'I'IIEW DENWOOD PARRISII HAROLD SYI.VIiS'I'liR PARRO'I"I' JOSEPII PATERNO, JR. . . . JOIIN 'FIIAMIZS PA'I"I'ERSON . RICIIARD BANKS PAYNI5 . . RAYMOND D. PEARcE,- JR. . YVll.l.lAM'LOWNIJI-IS PEI'l.lE, JR. . JULIUS ALFRED PERI.INsKI . RICIIARD SEARS PERRINE . . VINCENT STOCKTON PE'I"I'ER ROBERT IIAYNES PlE'l'l'I'l' . . ALFRED Pl'l"l'MAN PEW . FRANCIS B. PEYTON, IH . . CARL JOIIN PIfAIII.. . . Wll.I.lAM PIIILLIPS, JR. . . ANIJREM' JACKSON PIETSCII . JOIIN MARSHALL PII-'ER . . JOSEI-II YVILLIAM PINDER . JAMES GORDON Pl'l"l'S . . . Wll.l.IAM C. PIVER, JR. . NATIIAN PI.A'l"l' . . . LUKE HARVEY POE, JR. . . FREDERICK TAYI.OR POLLARD . Wll.l.IAM DAVID POLLARD . ROBERT RAYMOND PON'I'IIfEx EUGENE REDD PORTER . . WOODROW WILSON POSS . HARVEY HAROLD POSTER . HENRY POWERS ..... HUGH W. S. POWERS, JR. . RUEUS PURVY PRIEDIJY, JR. . ORD PRESTON, JR.. . . . JAMES GUY PRICE . . . JOSEPII .A. PRICE, JR. . . LEONARD SYI.VliS'l'ER PRICE . JOIIN PICKRELL PRICIIARD . WILLIAM DENT PRIIESTMAN ANDREW ANTONIO PRINGOS . ARTIIUR H. PRITCIIARD, JR. JAMES C. PRYOR, JR. . . . CONS'l'AN'l'lNli N. PSIMAS . DUVAL WEl.lJON PUCKIETT . ERNEST HARRIS PUCKE'I"I' . .JOIIN ROGER PUGI-I . . . ROBERT BEVERLY PUGII . . ROBERT E. L. PURDUM . . Wll.l.lAM THOMAS PURDUM Washington, D. C. Lewishurg, VV. Va. Lewisburg, VV. Va. . . .University, Va. . .Maplewood, N. J. . Santa Monica, Calif. . . . Katonah, N. Y. VVashington, D. C. . . Rochester, N. Y. . . . . BIIrke, Va. E. Falls ChIIrClI, Va. . . New York, N. Y. . . . DaIIville, Va. . . . Norfolk, Va. . . . Norfolk, Va. . . . Richmond, Va. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . VVindham, Mont. .MaplewoOd, N. J. . . . University, Va. . . Kansas City, Mo. . . . University, Va. . . Cleveland, Ohio VVashington, D. C. . .Chappaqua, N. Y. . . . Strasburg, Va. 7 . . . Richmond, Xa. . . .ScOttsville, Va. V . . . Richmond, N a. . . . Strashtirg, Va. . . . Richmond, Va. . . . . Suffolk, Va. . . . Scottsville, Va. . . . .Norfolk, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Clmrlottesville, Va. . . Stapleton, N. Y. . . .BaltimOI'e, Md. . . . Baltimore, Md. . . . .ROanoke, Va. VVashington, D. C. . . . .NOrfolk, Va. . . . .AtlaIIta, Ga. . . New Castle, Va. . . .l,CfCI'Sl1llI'g', Va. . .Elizaheth, N. J. . . .l,CICI'Sl1lll'J.I, Va. . . Union City, N. J. . . .UniveI'sity, Va. . . . Portsmouth, Va. . . . University, Va. . . . . Faher, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . . .ROanoke, Va. . . Towson, Md. Towson, Mtl. JAMES O. PUTNAM, JR. . . RALPII JAMES QUALH, JR. . W7ll.l.ARIJ QUARLES .... VVILLIAM L. QUIVEY, JR. . MENGER lVllL'l'ON RAMSIEY . ARTIIUR HENRY RAND, JR. JACK COWEE RARDIN . . . ERASTUS CORNING RAlVI.l5 . ROBERT BELL RAWLIES . . . BERNARD HAROLD RAYMOND JOIIN l'IOVVARD RAYMOND . SAMUEL BliR'I'0l.li'l' READ . . LOUIS lflil.lX REDAVID . . LESLIE H. REED, JR. . . . ROBERT MURDAUGII REED . VVlil.l.I"0Rll LATIIROP REED . GEORGE II. REESE, JR. . . JAMES MACKINTOSII REESE . GORDON REGAN ..... LEWIS CASS REID .... PRA'l"l' CATIES REMMEL . . EDMUNIJ A. RENNOI.DS, JR. Al.BliR'I' F. RliU'l'l.lNGliR . . ROBl5R'l' Mll.l.liR REYNOLDS . TIIOMAS E. REYNOLDS . . WAI.KIiR RIQYNOLDS, JR. . . FRANCIS BAYARD RIIEIN . . HOWARD E. RIIOADS . . . CLARENCE K. RIIODES, JR. HENRY OLIVER RIIODES . . DAVID LUCIAN RICE . . . ALBERT ANlJRl2X5'S RICIIARDS UPTON HII.I. RICIIARDS . . EDWARD J. RICIIARDSON, JR. JOI-IN YVILLIAM Rllild' .- . JAMES J. RILEY, JR. . . . CONRAD LAWSON RING . . CIIARLES VVILLIAM RINGIER ROBliR'l' FRANCIS RITCIIIE . EDWARD J. Rl'l"l'l?NBl5RG . . ANTIIONY BARCI.AY RlVl"iS . XNILFRIED EVBRARD ROACII . CllES'l'liR IIARRIS ROIIIIINS . ll0N'El.l. ALLISON ROBINSON SI'ANl.ICY IIENRY RORSON . XVARD D. ROCKSTROII . . . CIIARLIES H. ROGERS . . . JUSTIN l'iE'l'lllil. ROLFIE . . . 'llll0MAS P. T. ROPIER . . LEO ROBERT ROSEN . . . lVlll.'l'ON JAY ROSEN . . . CIIESTER H. ROSHNBERC . . GEORGE DAVID ROSENEERG . TIIEODORE J. ROSBNBIERG . . ARTIIUR ROSIENBLUM . . . CIIARLES SAVAGE Ross . . . . . Buffalo, N. Y. VVashington, D. C. Charlottesville, Va. . . Orange, N. . . . Bentonville, Va. Minneapolis, Minn. l'luntingtOn, VV. Va. . . . Albany, N. Y. . . . Richmond, Va. . . . .Norfolk, Va. . .M0llKClHil', N. J. . . . .Catlett, Va. . . . .Norfolk, Va. . . . Richmond, Va. . . . Portsmouth, Va. . . . Richmond, Va. Petersburg, Va. . . . PCtCl'Sl3lll'g', Va. . Old VVcsthury, N. Y. . . . . Roanoke, Va. . . Little Rock, Ark. . . . Richmond, Va. . . . Louisville, Ky. . . .Wootlvillc, Va. . . . Fincastle, Va. . . . Anniston, Ala. Saunderstown, R. l. . . . . Iildred, Pa. . . . Madison, Va. . . . Madison, Va. . .Stuarts Draft, Va. VVashington, D. C. . . . VVarrentOn, Va. . . .Baltimore-, Md. . . . Richmond, Va. Chftrleston, W. Va. . . .VVOOdstoCk, Va. . . . Paterson, N. J. . . . University, Va. . . New York, N. Y. . . . .Cohham, Va. . . Martinsville, Va. . . VVOrcester, Mass. . . . Lynchburg, Va. . . .Bl'00lil-yll, N. Y. . .Stapleton, N. Y. . . . Norwalk, CODII. VVeehawken, N. J. . . .PCICI'Sl5llI'g, Va. . . . Boston, Mass. . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Far Rockaway, N. Y. . . Lawrence, N. Y. . . New York, N. Y. . . .Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Nassawadox, Va. UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE IRVING A. ROTI-IENEERG . JOSEPH E. ROWE, JR. . - MAl.VlN S. ROWE, JR. . . EDWIN IRVVIN RUIIIN . . JOSEPI-I RUBlNS'l'l5IN . DOUGLAS P. RUCKER . . . SIDNEY lVIA'l"l'llliM'S RUVIVIN CECIL ELDRED RUNKLE . . JACK LAMBERT RUSSELL . MAI.CoI.M W. RUSSELL . JOHN GU'l'l'IRlE RUST . . JOHN I-IOWSON RUST . . . FFIIOMAS D. RUTHERI-'OORIJ . JOHN, GEORGE SADLON . . JOHN BEALE SADTIIIER . . WILLIAM H. SAGE, III . GILBliR'l' SALMOWITZ . . BURTON FOCH SAl.PE'I'liR . STANLEY SAMUEL. . . TERRY B. SANDERS, JR. . WILLIAM SANGSTER, JR. . JAMES EARI.E SARGEANT . JAMES C. SARGENT .... THOMAS MCCREERY SAWYERS SAM JUNIOR SCIIAEEPER . . JEROME M. SCIIARY . . CARI. FREDHRIC SCIIAUS . . KENNEIII. IDDINGS SCIIENCK ROBER'r H. SCIILESINGHR . . CHARLES WILLIAM SCIILIPIP LESTER EUGENE SCHLITZ . . LOUIS WOODEURY SCI-IMIDT . FREDERICK L. SCIIOEW, II . ALVIN SCI-IONFELD. . . JACK JOSEPH SCI-IOOLEY . JOSEPH B. SCIIUSSER, JR. . JOHN SCOTT ..... JOHNNY SCOTT .... EMANUEL COHIEN SEEF . ROBERT SEGAI. . . . . GEORG: G. SEIBELS, JR. . LEGS? 'EPHEN SEIGNER . . AR STE D F. SELDEN . CHESTER E. SELTZER . . JOHN HOWARD SEYMOUR. . LYNE M. SHACKELEORD . . VYILLIAM P. SHACKLEEORD . . WII.I.IAM H. SIIAFER . . . FRANK WILSON SHAEPER . RICHARD V. SI-IANKLIN, JR. WILLIAM E. SIIANNAHAN . EDWARD EMANUEI. SIIAPIRO PERRIN F. SIIAW, JR. . . . JOHN STERLING SI-IEA . ARCHIBALD D. SHEERAN . MAIILON R. SHELEOURNE . I . . . Paterson, N. J. I . . .Baltimore, Md. I . Hilton Village, Va. 2 . . New York, N. Y. I . . . Beverly, Mass. 2 . . . Richmond, Va. 2 . . . Pottstown, Pa. I . . .University, Va. I . . Tuscnmhia, Ala. 2 . .VVheeling, W. Va. I . . . Coweta, Okla. 3 . . .Fairfax, Va. I . . . .Roanoke, Va. 3 . . . Danbury, CODIL 2 . .Falls Church, Va. 2 . . . .Schuyler, Va. I Richmond Hill, N. Y. I Rockaway Park, N. Y. I . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. I . . Memphis, Tenn. 2 . . .Peterboro, Ont. I . . .University, Va. I . . New York, N. Y. 2 . . Hinton, W. Va. 2 . Roselle Park, N. J. I . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 2 . . River Forest, Ill. 6 . E. Hampton, N. Y. I . . Milwaukee, Wis. I . . . Bristol, Va. 3 . . .PortsInouth, Va. 2 .... Avon, N. J. I Huntington, W. Va. 2 . Kew Gardens, N. Y. 2 .... Galax, Va. 2 . .Greenwich, Conn. I . . . Covina, Calif. 2 . . . Somerset, Va. 2 . .Great Neck, N. Y. 2 . . . .Norfolk, Va. 4 . . New York, N. Y. I . . Culpeper, Va. 7 . . .UDiversity, Va. I . . Lakewood, Ohio I . . . Batavia, Ill. 2 . . . Orange, Va. I . . .RoanOke, Va. I . . .Winchester, Va. 2 . . . Waymart, Pa. 7 . . . Gary, W. Va. 2 . . . Easton, Md. 2 . . . Bayonne, N. J. I . Charlottesville, Va. 2 . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. IKew Gds., L. l., N. Y. 2 . . . Paducah, Ky. GEORGE F. SIIELIIURNE . . HAROLD W. SHlil.l.lNG . . WII.I.IAM F. SHELLMAN, JR. fili0RGll LHUEGORY Slllil.'l'ON . RICIIARD SHEPHERD, III . . WII.I.IAM C. R. SIIIZRIIJAN DAVID STUART SIIIEI.Ds . . ROBERT MURRAX' SIIOOR . . Al.l.Il5 JOSEPII SHORT . . . MARTIN LEWIS SIIOTLAND . LEWIS SHULMAN . . . PHILIP LAUB Sl'1UI.'l'Z . HERBERT W. SIERCK . . . RAYMOND DE HART SIGLER MIl.'l'ON SXLVHRMAN . . . CIIARLES TURNER SIZER . . THOMAS MCFARLAND SKIil.l.Y IRWIN I-I. Sl.A'I'liR .... CIIARLES B. SLAUGIITER . . ARNOLD N. SLOAN .,.. ROBERT WARREN SLOCUM . VERLIN HARRY SMALTS . . WII.I.IAM WATSON SMILEY . ANDREW MURRAY SMITH . ARCHIBAI.D LEE SMI'rH . . BRUCE MONROE SMITH . . CHARLES GARDNER SMITII . CHARLES VARNUM SMITH . CURTIS AS'l'0R SMITII . . . DOWNING LEMUEL SMITII . EDWARD HARVEY SMITH . . EDWARD MOORE SMITH . . GEORGE PAYNE SMITII, JR. I-IENRY WII.I.ARD SMITII . . JAMES WAREIELD SMITII . MCCAIN SMITII . . -. . . SANFORD JEROME SMITII , . WII.SON L. SMITH, JR. . . GEORGE BERNARD SMOLEN . CHARLES REED SMOOT . . WILLIAM LEONARD SMYTII . RAYNER VARSER SNEAD . . DONALD SNEILIENBURG . . RICHARD TPIEMPLE SNlil.l.INGS LOUIS R. SoMERvILI.E, JR. . RICHARD F. SONNEIIORN . . LESTER ALBERT SORENSEN . LUIS OSCAR SOUl"lfRON'l' . . CIIARLES LEWIS SOURS . . WILLIAM BROWN SOU'l'llGA'l'lE . LEROY MORITZ SPIOEL . . HENRY ROBERT SPINNI.ER . AI.LAN NOAII SI'I'l'Zlili . . LIENRY KINSIEY SPOTSWOOD . LIARRY D. SPRUANCE, JR. . CIIARLES WORTII SPRUNT . OF ARTS AND SCIENCES . . Richmond, Va. . . Portland, Me. . . Savannah, Ga. .Pl'lIlCEIOll, N. J. . . Portsmouth, Va. . .Baltimore, Md. . . Norwich, Conn. VVest Hartford, ConII. Charlottesville, Va. . New York, N. Y. . . .Norfolk, Va. . . Staunton, Va. . New York, N. Y. .Montclair, N. J. . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . .University, Va. . Wilmington, Del. . . BrooklyII, N. Y. Washington, D. C. . . Richmond, Va. . .CristObal, C. Z. . Hagerstown, Md. Charleston, W. Va. . Charleston, S. C. Frederickslmrg, Va. . . Evanston, Ill. . . Strasburg, VIL . . Clarendon, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. WashiIIgton, D. C. . .Arlington, Va. . Clifton Forge. Va. . . .Spencer, Va. . . Richmond, Va. Washington, D. C. VVoodmere, L. I. N. Y. . .Stevenson, Md. . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Washington, D. C. Glen Ridge, N. . Washington, Va. . . Wyncote, Pa. . . .Boydton, Va. . . .Winston, Va. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Waverly Hills, Va. . Mayaguez, P. R. Charlottesville, Va. . .Covington, Ky. Newport News, Va. . . .BIItler, N. J. Charlottesville, Va. . .Petersburg. Va. Forest Hills, N. Y. Wilmington, N. C. UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS LOUIS rl.'RAN'l'liR S'l'ABl.liFORIJ '.llll0MAS HASCOM STALIEY . RICIIARD BORTIN STARK . . LAVVRHNCB G. S'rARKEY . . FREDERICK S'l'lililJl.Y . . . . RICIIARD L. M. STBIN . . . ARTHUR K. STIZVBNS, JR. . CHARLES ABBOTT STEVENS . LAWRENCE M. STEVENS . . RUSSBLI. B. STEVICNS . . . JOSEI-II G. STEVENSON . . . OSCAR M. STBVIENSUN, JR. . ARTHUR C. STEVER, JR. . . FRANK D. S'l'lNNli'l"l', JR. . EDWARD M. S'l'OCKDIEl.I. . . JOIIN V. B. STOCKSDALE . . MURRY ARTIIUR S'l'0I.l.l'IR . HIERMAN STOLMAN .... CAREY A. STONE, JR. . . IRVING RICIIARD S'l'O'l"l'liR . JOSEPH H. S'l'RA'I"I'0N, JR. . lVlAURlCl5 L. STRAUSE, JR. . ANSELM L. S'rRAUSs . . . FIERDINAND ROBERT STRAUSS HENRY COLEMAN STRAUSS . El.l.IO'I"I' L. STRICKLIER . . SAMUEL Z. STRONG . . . . ROGER MOORE STUART, JR. GEORGE M. STUIIIIS . , . . IIUGII L. SULl"RIDGli, JR. . LUTIIER LOWRY SUI.LIVAN . r1llM0'I'llY JOIIN SULLIVAN . WILLIS VV. SYKES, JR. . . JOIIN V. B. SZYMAN . . . RAYMOND JOSEPH TAIIAKIN . r1lll0MAS B. 'l.lAl.lAl'l5RRO . FREDERICK IZ. TAYLOR . . GEORGE H. R. ,FAYLOR . . A. CUYLHR 'PEN l':YCK, JR. ENRIQUIE AUGUSTO VIXIESSAIJA CIIARLES VIJANHEI. rfllOMI'SON FRANK A. 'l.llIOMI'SON, III . GEORGE WELI.S 'l.lllORI'l3 . . EDWARD NICHOLS rfllR00l' . IEDMUND F. rlllCliR, JR. . . FORREST FRASER rlllFl"ANY . CHARLES 'llliNClI TILGIIMAN DAVID FRANKLIN r1lIl.l.MAN . JOIIN BRADFORD r.llIl.l.SON . Cl.liMEN'l' 'FITCOMB . . . DAVID rIl0DD ...... ELIAS LAKE T0l.Bl5R'1' . . HARRY WRIGHT T0l.IN . . ROBliR'I"VV. TOMLIN . . . ANTHONY G. TRAMONTE . VINCENT A. TRAMON'I'E . . . . Meriden, COIIII. . .UlllVCl'Slf-Y, VII. . New York, N. Y. .IL Templeton, Mass. . . Louisville, Ky. . . .ClIicago, Ill. . .LyIlClll7llI'g', VII. . . PittshIIrglI, PII. . . .RoIIIIoke, VII. E. l"IIllS Cl1lll'Cll, VII. . Cape Charles, VII. . Cape Charles, VII. . VVIItcrtOwn, N. Y. . .LJ'llCl'll5lll'g', VII. . . Richmond, VII. . New York, N. Y. . . Brooklyn, N. Y. New I'lIIven, Conn. . . . Crewe, VII. . ClevelIInIl, Ohio . Gordonsville, VII. . . Richmond, VII. Mt. VCl'll0ll, N. Y. . Brookline, Mass. . New York, N. Y. Clmrlottesville, VII. M6Cl1HlllCSbllYg, PII. Washinpjton, D. C. . Fort Myers, Fla. ChIII'lotteSville, Va. . . .l'ICl6ll1l, Ark. IIZllS-Oll-lIllllS0ll, N. Y. . . .Norfolk, VII. . ClIll'eTn0llf, N. II. . . .NOrfolk, Va. . . Richmond, VII. . . .R0llllIlliC, Va. . . . .Boise, Ida. Great Neck, N. Y. VVIIShington, D. C. . . . Oakton, Va. . . FCl'j.fllS0ll, Mo. XA7HSlllllf.It0ll, D. C. . Shanghai, China . .AlCX1lIlCll'lIl, VII. . Montclair, N. J. w7IlSlllllgi0ll, D. C. . Riderwood, Md. New Bedford, Mass. . . Newton, Mass. . . LincOlII, MIISS. . . Culpeper, VII. . Scarsdale, N. Y. . . AlexIIndriII, VII. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. JOIIN M. 'l.lRAI'Nlil.l., JR, . IIENRY A. r1iRElWS'l5l.l., JR. . LEONARD VIXRELL .... . PHILIP COCKE '1'ROU'l' . . . AUGUS'I'lNE W. TUCKER, JR. CHARLES WALI.ER 'IEUCKER . YVIZIR MI'I'ClllEl.I. rllUCKlER . VVILLIAM M. '1lUNS'l'Al.l., JR. ROY STANLEY r.llURK . . . HENRY LOUIS rllURNAGIi . . KNOX 'l.'URNBUl.I. . . . . EI.BliR'I' T. '1lURNIER . . . FRANK EDWARD r1lURNIiR . HOWARD 'IQURNIER .... HOWARD S. '.liU'l'llIl.l., JR. . ROGER BAILEY rfYI.ER . . . ETODFREY WADDELI. UIIDIKE . AUGUST C. VAIJENTIN, JR. . WII.LIAM VAl.liN'l'IN , . . RANDOLIIII MlI,I.S VALZ, JR. WILLIAM S. VERPLANCK, JR. HARRISON W. VICRERS, Ill BURTON DAVID VIGDOR . . LUIS JOSE ANDRES VIl.l.ALON CIIARLES D. VVADSVVORTII, JR. . TIIEA TRIMIER WAINWRIGIIT JOHN WINSTON VVALEERT . JOIIN RICHARD WAI.cOTT . WILI.IAM H. WALCOTT, JR. PIARRY MAIIII WALKER . . JOIIN ROBERT VVALKER . . TIIOMAS CPBORGB VVAI.KER . JAMES ASHFORD VVALI.ACE . ROIIERT WALLACII, JR. . . JOIIN W. VVALLER, JR. . . CHARLES GLENN VVAl.l.lS . WILI.IAM BARRON VVAIISII . DONALD SHAEERO WALTERS CIIARLES SHRGIEON YVARD . LIIENRY L. WARNER, JR. . . MONROE C. VVARRIEN, JR. . MIl.l,ARl3 F. VVARRICK, JR. . SIDNEY MARVIN WASSERMAN BENJAMIN G. WATKINS. . VVILLIAM BELDEN VVATLING . JOIIN G0liBliI. WATSON . . SIDNEY DANIEL WATSON . JAMES DOUGLAS VVATT . . JOIIN AUGUS'l'LIS VVATTS . . ROBERT C. VVATTS, JR- . . DONAl.lJ OWEN VVBBB . . JAMES GUY WEDDLE, JR. . WILLIAM RAWLE VVEIEKS, II LIGE HARRY VVEIIIL . . . ALFRED B. WliINS'I'EIN . . ROBERT B. WEISGEREER . . AND SCIENCES IkClHll'l.CS Town, W. VII. I .I . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 3 . . New York, N. Y. 2 . . . .ROIlll0liC, VII. 3 . . Shanghzli, ClIiIIII 2 . . . Berryville, VII. 3 . . . Richmond, Va. I . . .LOvingstOn, Va. I . .VVheeling, VV. VII. 4. .... Goshen, VII. 3 . . Arlington, N. J. 2 . . . Fincastle, VII. I . . . Fincastle, VII. 6 .E. Falls ChnrclI, VII. I . .MarlhOro, N. Y. I . . Brookline, MIISS. 2 . Charlottesville, VII. I . . Philadelphia, PII. I . . Philadelphia, Pa. 3 . . SIIIUIIIOII, VII. 2 . . . .NIItley, N. J. I . . Chestertown, Md. I . . Cedzlrhurst, N. Y. 2 . . Philadelphia, Pa. 2 Pelham Manor, N. Y. 2 . . . Yorktown, VII. I OklIIhomII City, Okla. 2 . . . CllIltl'lZllTl, VII. 3 . . ChI1tlIIIm, VII. I . . .BIIyford, VII. I . . . HIIiley, Ida. I .... Hailey, Ida. I . . Memphis, Tenn. 3 . . .WIIrrentoII, Va. I . . .The Plains, VII. 4 . . .BIIltimore, Md. I . hA7ZlSlllI1fIf0ll, D. C. I . Charlottesville, VII. I . W7ZlSlllllgIOI1, D. C. I . . . .WHFS1lXN', VII. I . . Chevy Chase, Md. 2 . . . .NorfOlk, VII. 2 . . . Riclnnond, VII. I . . . Danville, VII. 3BloOmfield Hills, Mich. 2 . . . Easton, Md. 3 . Charlottesville, VII. I . . . Lancaster, Pa. 4 . . . .Norfolk, Va. I . . .L-YllCl1l5lll'g, VII. I . .Lawrenceville, Va. 2 . . . Portsmouth, Va. 2 . Cl1Zlffilll00gZl, Tenn. 4 . ChIIttIInoOgII, Tenn. 2 . . New York, N. Y. I . . Great Falls, Mont. UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND BERTRAM DAVID WEISS . . DAVID CANNON WELCI1 . . RICIIARD M. WELLING . . CIIARLES El.l.lOT'I' YVIIEELER CI-IARLES SMl'l'lI WIIEELER . HARRY YVAGNER Xvlllilihlik HERMAN S. VVIIEELIEK . . ALLEN NEVE VVIIITE, JR. . WILLIAM Y. C. WIII'I'E, JR. . TIIOMAS BYRNE YVlll'l'l5SlDli FI'I'zALAN F. WIERENGO . JOIIN JUDSON WILDE . . . CLARENCE Wll.KlERSON . EDWARD l'lYliRI.Y WILKINS . MII.'I'ON SNELI, VVILKINSON WII.I.IAM B. WILKINSON . JAMES HARRISON WILLCox VVIl.l.lAM G, WII.I.COx, II . CIIARLES W. hNll.l.liVliR, JR. ARMISTEAD D. Wll.l.lAMS . CARRINGTON WILI.IAMs, JR. FLOYD WILLIAMS .... FRANK D. W7ll.l.IAMS, JR. . HADLEY B. WILLIAMS . . JOIIN C. WILLIAMS, JR. . MICIIAEL IRI. WILLIAMS, JR. . CI-IARLES R. VVILLIAMSON . EARLE SMI'I'II WII.I.IAMsoN . JOIIN MORRIS WILLIS . . CIIARI.Es F. WILSON, JR. . JAMES H. T. WILSON . . CIIARLES A. WINDIIoI.z, JR. . JOIIN DAVIS WlNGl"llil.lJ . . CHARLES EVANS WINOO . HAROLD BIRCKIIEAD . . BOON LER1' BORIBOON . . . WII.LIAM LEE DAVIS . . . CYUILLERMO DE ROUX . . . MARIO DE ROUX . CLII-"I'ON ALnER'I' GRISSO . . MARGARE'I' P. HI'I'E . . . Wll.l.lAM L. LAFORCIE . . . . . Arverne, N. Y. . . . Laurel, Miss. .CharlOtte, N. C. . . . Easton, Md. . New York, N. Y. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . Ivy Depot, Va. . . Abingdon, Va. Chattanooga, Tenn. Grand Rapids, Mich. White PlaiIIs, N. Y. Charlottesville, Va. . .TIIrbeville, Va. N. Arlington, N. J. N. Arlington, N. J. . . Petersburg, Va. . New York, N. Y. . . Elizabeth, N. J. . . Richmond, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . . . Lyons, N. J. . . Richmond, Va. New Haven, Conn. . . Staunton, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . .Lebanon, Tenn. . Spencer. W. Va. . . Culpeper, Va. Washington, D. C. . . Richmond, Va. Longmeadow, Mass. . . Richmond, Va. . . Richmond, Va. JACOE I-IYMAN ZISKIND . SPECIAL Charlottesville, Va. . .Lampang, Siam . .LyIInhaven, Va. Panama City, Pan. Panama City, Pan. . . .Roanoke, Va. Thomasville, N. C. . Barboursville, Va. ST U PICRONNEAU B. YVINGO . . JAMES BURKE'l"l' VVINSTEAD JOIIN WARNER WIN'rIIRoP . ROEER1' AUGUs'I'Us Wl'l"l'KE . GORDON ALBERT WoLIf'I-' . . MAYNARD EMERSON WOMER GEORGE S. WOOD, JR. . . MARCUS SCo'I"r WOOD . . JOIIN W. WOODARD, JR. . BAR'rRAM IPI. W00lJRUl"lf . . RICHARD CAMERON WOODS . BLAKE BAKER WOODSON . CLYDE VERNON WORl.liX' . . PIIILII' H. WORMAN, JR. . . EIJVVIN P. VVORMINGION . WILLIAM C. VVOR'l'lllNG'l'ON ERNEST B. WRIGII'I', JR. . HARRY WRIGII'I', II . . . MOR'I'ON M. WRIGII'I' . . . WII.LIAM li. VVRIGII'I', JR. . JOIIN 'IIIIOMAS WRONSK . . IIENRY LORNE WYA'I"I' . . EVAN MCLEOD WYl.lli . . ALERED SCALES WYl.l.lli, JR. IIQIIOMAS HODGIES VVYl.l.ll5 . HAROLD TAYLOR YA'I'Es . . PIIILII' FRANCIS YOUNG . . WILLIAM II. P. YOUNG . . ALEXANDER M. YUll.l.li . . DANIEL YUTIER .,.,, LEONARD JAY ZAIIN . . . . FREDERICK C. ZICISBERG, JR. IIYMAN SAMUEL ZFASS . . Al.lfRED G. ZIMMERMANN, JR. . 2 . . .Portsmouth, Va. DENTS IRENE ROSE MANN .... SARKIS MIGUEL MUDAEOR1' . CARl.l2'l'ON RUTLEDGE , . , VIRGINIA SNYDER .... Wll.l.IAM ELDRIDGIE SPAIN . EDWARD LINWOOD 'IXURNER , EVl'IRli'l"l' RAE WALTERS . . MICIIAHI. E. M. WIIEA'l' . FREDERICK A. WOOD, JR. . . . 2 . Charlottesville, Va. 98 SCIENCES . . Richmond, Va. . .BaltimOre, Md. . . Haverford, Pa. . .WeStl'ield, N. J. . New York, N. Y. . .Johnstown, Pa. .LakehIIrst, N. J. . . . Salem, Va. . S. Orange, N. J. . Elizabeth, N. J. . Bronxville, N. Y. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . Dayton, Ohio . . .Norfolk, Va. . Sweet Briar, Va. . . Newark, Del. Mexico City, Mex. . . SZIVIIIIIIZIII, Ga. . .Cherrydale, Va. . .Milford, Conn. . New York, N. Y. . Ridgewood, N. J. . New York, N. Y. . New York, N. Y. . .University, Va. . . .Radnor, Pa. . Richmond, Va. . . Arrington, Va. Charlottesville, Va. New York, N. Y. . Wilmington, Del. . . .NOrfolk, Va. S. Pasadena, Calif. Charlottesville, Va. . . Santurce, P. 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X X E V p , ,, p - n V Flblu t . new? , A Vx A Vebalem t?i:nwWEWW,w oxe Gln' , ' Han tgmsgdor A - ,QQ mn, 193.55 lvemlcy CNG. ,M 25 Rl ,.- 4 U 1071 ' W, xl 560155 EA to Raven lv p . p - orthorn ER Conv rzqwceelxzw I Gwbnvm"'MAisS5 'Une 6 n' ' ' A B0 gale 5 - F R9 ohf mf' Bogni WW 'md 'cw ffvk ,S 'Pv PM 931 We o- Swv PF9msn:f2at WW samfm k"'1s.,D"'8ni: Honor- Slllvhaodg M?m0f1aA Mgetlng To r 99 33 W - Y Y The following students, ll?lVlllg, during their first two sessions as studeIIts in the College, attained an average of eighty-five per centum Or more Oll courses aggregating one half the requirements for the degree iII Arts Illlfl Sciences without failure on any course, are awarded certificates of INTERMEDIATE HONORS FoN'I'AINE CA'I'ESIxY ARMISTEAII FRANKLIN LEAvI'I"I' BALCII KENNETH HENRY BEER BENJAMIN WALTER BIERNHR ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD, JR. CARLE CONWAY BRAVVNIER, JR. ROGER G. B. BROOME IJAVID TUCKER BROWN, JR. MORTIMER MAXWELL CAPLIN JOIIN ALEXANDER COCRE BERNARII JAMES DIGGS CIIURCIIILI. FIERRIER DOWNING GEORGE HERBERT FELIJMAN CoRNEI.IUs GUY FERGUSON, JR. FRANKLIN Swnfr GIBSON, II LEON GLOIIMAN EUGENE I'Il5RZ JAMES HOLMES JOIIN EIIMUNI1 NORRIS IIUME, JR IIAROLO MAURICI5 KRAMER FRANCIS IJUPON1 LAZHNBY LINWOOIJ lfVIdRIi'l"l' LUNSI-'ORD TIIOMAS NIARSIIALI. PIIILII' MORRISON MINOR WILLIAM BRELSEORII PILSON ANDREW AN'I'oNIo PRINGOS GEORGE I-IANNAN REESE, JR. HOWELL ALLISON ROBINSON CIIARLES SAVAGE Ross I-IAROLO WII.I.IAM SlIlil,l,lNC LEWIS SIIUI.MAN IIENRY ROBERT SIIINNLER LOUIS TRANTER S'l'ABLIiFORll KNOX rI'URNBUI.I. LESLIE EMANUEI. WlElNliR FRANK DEANE Wll.l,lAMS, JR. DOUGLAS TIIOMAS YA'I'Es LEWI S. IVERSITY OF VIRGI IA ,suv or . iv W e CGLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES SECOND TERM ,Session of 1935-1936 dz: Qfhe following students, having passed in the preceding term on all courses taken, aggregating not less than fifteen term-hours, with an average grade on all courses of at least eighty-foe per cent, are placed on the 'Dean's List of DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS AIIRAIIAMSISN. mm. svunms AICIIIELMAN. I-:nwmm OTTO ALTIIEIMI-IR. xnwlmn wn.1.mM ANDERSON, cuoncls NATHAN ANDERSON. wmv sul: ARMISTEAD. FONTAINE CATIISIIY Amusrx-mn. mconcn CLAYTON. Jn. xmouv. muur nAx.u.l. n,u1.Hx', now1u.n 'ruclum nAn.x.. ISRAEL Monnucm mumNwm.l.. NATIIANIEL LUNGSTRIEIST n,uuu1:'r'r, uomuu' ,vAMus. yn. nlmnwrr. nussxcu. ROBINSON. Jn. BARTON. RANDOLPH. m mum, NILWMAN N. n1m.v. nozmn cmxcxzn'-r IIEATTIE. mm.u- Josuvu, Jn. unnn, KENNETII IIILNRY IIIILL. CHARLES IIIII'IENLY.AI' mcusmnn, FREDERICK MARTIN numanucn. nucxsrus Josnru nmuuu.l:v. ALFRED mvus. Jn. IIERIIELEV. WILLIAM NOLANIJ. JR. BERNARD. mcluuzn IIYILRSON nmwxsn. BENJAMIN WALTER uxcxuw. nonanr mzucx msunv. Aufxucn CIIILTON mssrzu.. r.unslm1.r. PIIILII' IIIVINS. ALEXANDER JEPYHRY nl.f.1.ocx. DAVID cnmmn nr,onMlsn. xousm ouvlen nooxnn. NED IIOVKIN. EDWARD CARRINGTUN. JR. IIIIALLEY. JAMES ALEXANDER IIRASELMAN. SIIIRI.I'2I' IIRODKS IIIIEMER. ALIIEIIT IIENRY. JR. IIKDWIIIIII. WALTER GORDON IIRDWN. DAVID TUCKER. JR. nvnwua-r'r. Nonmm xucnmm CAIIALLERD. MARIANO C. clwvnav. EUGENE Mmm. Jn. CAI'I.IN. MORTIMEII MAXWELL CARTER. EUGENE STAPLETDN. JR. CARTER. FRANCIS EDWARD. JR. cmvrlm. cannon IIIENIAMIN CASS. mumum c1umnlam.1uN. STI-BPIIEN sm-wmv cmmxxncns. w.u.-nan ANcr:l,M. JR. CIIIIISTIAN. GEORGE LLEWELLYN CHRISTIAN. RALIEIGII cor.s1-oN cl.1svnl.ANn, rmcn nnwmm. Jn. cocxxa, JIJIIN ,u.1cxANmzu COCKE. mcmuw ASHTON CDIIEN, IRWIN lucxmun comzw. NURMAN mul. CULEIIIAN. mnwuzn mal.vn.u: coNNnn. xmvmuu CALVIN COPLAN. suvnoun xmvm CROSIIY. RIIFUS OSIIURN cxzurclwmlm, Msuas Ammon. Jn. DANIELS. vmuou. cl.Av'roN, Ju. mwnsl-om-. IIARIIIS nonnuss, JR. DAVIDSON. M. SIMS mvxs. clmnws nMM1s'r'r..m. mms, mlm nu.nunN, nz. DAVIS. WALIIDLE DAYTON. LANG DrMATTI'2IS. LOUIS LAFAYETTE mawsnow. s-rmvuvr .Ir IIUIIX. MARIO n.sf.vssunz. mclmnn l.AunnNs, Jn. DIIIIILI5. ROIIERT LYONS DINNER. msnnum mans. IIISRNARD nuns umwmnm, mum' EVANS. yn. DONEGAN. nncmn nowNnNn.cnuncmL1, muuznm DUIIIN. MILTON Nom-:Rr IJIYNAWAY. CARLYLE MANNING DUNN. EDWARD moms. yn. DUNN. suwm nmzweu. uvun. nnwum mmN'r. Jn. xsnsuuv, RAL:-u numum Ecnons, JouN Nmon IIISHNMAN. max ESTIIS. cus' nwrNn.JAM1cs uocnns xmlvrz. msm-n cxnnmu- - vm.nNAN. mzonnn IIERIIERT muc, nonmw wnnn mlm. WILLIAM oA'rr.s YRENCII. mvm MILTON ru'Ll.nn. Mex CLAYTON vrnna. 1.nuN neon, GALIN. IRVIN GARNETT. JOIIN RVLAND GARVIN. SAMUEL IIUGIIES GAVEII. IIARRY HAMILTON. JR. CIIISON. FRANKLIN SWIFT. II GILLISON. WILLIAM NATIIAN IILOIIMAN. LEON GODVREY. WILI.IAM AYERS GOLD. WILLIAM JAY GOLDMANN. IIERIIEIIT MILTON. JII. f100DAI.L. IIIQCIIESNEV. JII. GOODWIN. IKIIIIERT ARCIIEII. JR. GREEN. IIERNARD JIILIAN IIRII'l'IN. DAVID IIURTON. JR, IIAINES. LAWRENCE CAMI'III'II.L IIALI.. WILLIAM EDWARD lol R0anoI1rI HAMMOND. LYNN IIIIEA. JR. IIANCIICK. JAMES WADDELL IIARRIS. JDIIN DANIEL HARRISON. DAVID ALEXANDER. III IIARVEY, AIIIIIIEY EATON. Jli. IIAYES. WAYLANII JACKSUN, JR. IIEINITSII. GEURIIE MEANS. JR. IIIILVIN. JAMES IIARRLEV IIENDII RSDN. EIIMIIND MCKEIL IIIiNIIY.lIICIIAIIl1 IIALL III-ZNSLEY. III-IECE VEIILAINE IIHRIIL IIILLIA D. JUIIN IIENRY IID. JAMES IIENNING IIUIIACK. WILLIAM WYATT IIIIFFEII. MARTIN SOLDMUN HOLMES. JAMES IIUIINE II. IZEIIRGE NEI.LOGlI IIIIPKINS. JACK IIAIIIII' IIIIPKINS. JULII75 IIIIRMAN IIIY III E. mv-ma JIIIIN EDMIIND NUIIIIIS. JR. IK. EDWIN L"IlIIIS'I'IAN INMAN. III'Y MDIIIIIS IIIVINE. IIIIIIIQRT 'I'A'I'E. JR. IRVING. I'li'I'l'1II.III. JACKSON. P-IINTER MURIIAN Msluas. Juxxas. Joxus, sum-zs. Jvsrls. FRANCIS GUIJWIN IIEIIIIERT VINCENT. JR. WAYLAND IIDIKACE WILLIAM WIIITMDRE WILLIAM VERNON TIIRAVE5 KINSEY. IIENJAMIN 'I'IIORlIIIO0D. JR. RLAIVS. KRAM E RROEII I'IIILII' WIIITLOCK R. IIAIIDLD MAIIRICE HN. HAROLD IIICIIARII LANDEI'I'1I.D. FRA NK MKCIIN N ELL LAWSO N. ARNOLD. JR, LAZENIIY. I'IIANCIS 1Iul'0NT LENDING. SIDNEY RICIIAIID LEVINE. EARL J. DAVI D II EN Il Y. JR. LIYSIIITZ. SEVMUIIR SIIELTON IAINSFORII, LINWDUD EVEIIETT McCREERY, EDWARD PRINCE. JR. M1-GRATII. RUIIICR IIICNIRI' IIII-IIIIIIII5. JAMES MERCER IIARNIITT MCKINNIH. WILLIAM DAVIII. JR. MANAIIAN. 1.mN r:.xc.w1' IIIANN. DAVID VVE MANN. mums nosnc IIIAI'I'. IIEDIIGE WALTER. JIL IIIAIIDEII. MAXWELL ,IERUMI5 MAIIMDN. JEI'I" AIIIIREV. JR. MARSIIALL. TIIKIMAS IIII1TCALI'.IIOIlEIlT MITCIIELL- JR- I-IETZ. RALI'II I-IVGENE MICKEY, ROSS SANNER MILLER. IIIVIZII. JR. MINOR. DEDIIGE IIIDDWAI' MDNTAGIIIC. WILLIAM RICIIARD IIIDDRE. CIIARLICS IIIENKHI.. JR. MOORE. IRVING IIEVERIDIIE MOORE, j0SEI'II FRANCIS. JR. MOIIAN. CIIARLES EDWARD. JR. MORRIS. JUIIN IIICIIARD. JR. MmuusoN. ROGER wu.l.mM moss. mmcs mawcxcn MULLEN. EDWARD EUGENII MllRI'IIV, JDIIN MONTADUI-2 m'sr,um, JI'lSEI'II cAnsnN Nvmzs. vnANxl.xN cuv NIXON. ROIIERT READ OIIEIINIIDRYIIR. WILLIAM I'IIlLIl' manmo. mswns wus-r 0'NI'IILL. CHARLES TIIOMAS. JR. osnonma. MATTHEW FONTAINID nmunv OVERMAN. EDWARD smum., Jn. nxnNu,m. Ronan-r vmux- PAGE. CIIARLIE IIENRV- JR. PAGE. l'IIANK JARVI5 I'AlIlC. JDIIN IIARVARD PAGE. WINTIIRDI' RANDOLPII PARKER. EDWIN IIEARSUN. III I'AI'NI'I. RICIIAIIII IIANKS I'IiAIl0DY, JAMES ROYDEN. JR. I'IETSCII. ANDREW JACKSON I'OE. LUKE IIARVEV. JR. I'0I.LAIx'D. WILLIAM DAVID PRICE. IOSEPII AIIMANII. JR. I'RINlIlIS. ANDREW ANTUNIO PURCELL. JOIIN IIARRY RAI'I'AI'0RT. ARMIN RAYMOND. JOIIN IIOWARD REESE.Gli0IlGEIIANNAIL1R. Rl-ZNNDLDS. EDMIYNII ADDISON. JR. REYNOLDS. WALKER. JR. RIIETT. EDIIIUND RICKARD. IIILTON LLOYD IIIELY. JOIIN WILLIAM ROACII. WILFIIED EVERARD ROIIIIINS. CIIESTISII IIARRIS ROIIIZRSDN. FRANK PLOUIINDY RDCRSTROII. WARD DOUIILEDAY ROSE. RIAL Nlil.!-EDN ROSS. CIIARLES SAVAGE ROSS. MILTON RUSSELL, MALCOLM WILLIAM RUST. JDIIN IIITTIIRIE SALMOWITZ. IZILIIERT SAMIIICL. S'I'ANI.EY SANDERS. TEIIIIY IIENTLEV. JII. SCIIAElfI'I5R. SAMIYELJIYNIO11 SCIIWARTZ. I'IIAIiLES FREDERICK SCOTT, JAMES ALAN WILSON SIIAFER. WILLIAM IIAMILTON SIIEERAN, ARCIIIIIALD DANIEL SIIELIIIYIKNE. GI-IDIIGE VENNEL SIIIELLINII. IIARULD WILLIAM SIIEI'IIERD. RICIIAIID. III SIII'LNAN. LEWIS IIUIINTIIAL SIIULTZ. I'IIILII' LAIVII ' SIIILEII. RAYMOND DNIIART. JR. SMITII, GIQOIIKIE I'AI'NE.1II. SMIILIIN, GEUIIIIE IIERNARII SNELLINIIS. IQIVCIIARD TI'IMI'LI'2 S0IIl'l'lIUNT. LI'IS OSCAR SDVRS. CIIARLI-IS LEWIS SIIINNLEII. IIENIIY ROIIIERT S'I'EEDI.I'. IIREIII-IIIICK STEVENS. IKI'SSELL IIRADFORD 2-I1'IiVliN5ON. JOSIEPII GARRICK STHTTEII. IIIYING RICIIARD STRAIVSS.ANSl'1I.II.I.IEfINARD SUIIREY. WALTER STERLING TICE. I'Ix'EIII'lIIlC GORDON TILLINIIIIAST. RICIIARD IIAIIIIER. JR, TKYMIJN. RrIIIER'I' WELLINGTON TREDWELL. IIENRY ALANSON, JR. TURNIIIVLL. KNOX TlI'I'IIII.L. IIDWARD SIIAW. JR. TWVMAN. JAMES IIAKER VAN DI'SEN. IIRDSVENDR IIRUNE VERPLANCK. WILLIAM SAMUEL. JR. VILLALON. LUIS JOSE ANDRES WAIYWRIGIIT. TIIICA TRIMIER WALIIERT. JDIIN XVINSTON WALLIS. CIIARLIES GLENN XVALSII. WILLIAM IIARRON WARD. CIIAIILES SERGEON WARD. ROLAND VAN WARRICK. MILLARD I'ILLMORI'2. JR. WATTS- JGIIN AUGUSTUS WATTS. RDIIERT CRBNSIIAW. JR. WEDDLE. JAMES GUY. JR. WEILI.. LIGIC IIENRV WEINIIR. LESLIE EMANUEL IVEISS. IIERTRAM DAVID WELLING. RICIIARD MAIISIIALL WHEELER. CIIARLE5 ELLIOT W1LKINSON. MILTON SNELL WILKINSON, WILLIAM IIURTON WILLIAMS. CARRINGTON. JR. WILLIAMS. FRANK DIIANE. JR. WILLIAMS. GEORGE DANDRIDGI5 WILLIAMSON. CHARLES READY IVILSON. JAMES IIUGII TVLER IVILSDN. NORMAN LEE WINTIIROIH JOIIN WARNER WUDDSON. IILAKE BAKER WYIRMINGTON. EDWIN PRVOR WORTIIINGTON. CIIARLIIS CRIIMPTUN WORTIIINGTON. WILLIAM CUALE YOUNG. WILLIAM IIIINRY I'ALMI'ER , , .....uo.uv. ...vm 4 gf? I 1 f-., S ' 2 "v, . CURLS 14 K'-f, g Z' :f. 'ORK M , Fix ""'2 If fi!! L. f AN D ., V If f gf ,' ,- 5' ff. .. . 4...-A A M P I 1 'if' :Am i I fha' I A I-I I-wi' I ' LA' .' ' A I-x f " , IW ,I-45 R,-I M gfwx DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATICN APPLICANTS FOR DEGREES Bnchclor of Science in Ellucation ELLEN WIl.SON APPERSON FRANCES MARSPIALI. BAKER ANNIE LEE BARKSIJALE . WOODROW W. BILLIPS WIl.l.lAM KYGER BING ELOISE VIRGINIA BISHOP MARION SIIERWoon BROOKS MAR1'HA-ANN KRAMER Cox MARIAN BROOKS GIANNINI INSLEE EEISSA GRAINGER HARRIET LIGH1'Eoo'I' l'1ANKINS NANCY LEWIS HARNSBIERGER HELEN BYRII PIENDRICKSON AGNES JUNKIN IRWIN VIRGINIA KATHERINE WI'I"I' IiIm'IN HARVEY ROBBINS CILCELKA LEE SMITII GRACE M. SMITII PIIYI.I.Is WIIITE SMITII MARY WATKINS WARREN CI.ARA MCFARLANII WILLIS WILLIAM ROBERT JAMES BETSY STAI.I,INGs LAMEETII CI.ARA EI,IzAEE'rII LILLY MARGARE1' FRANCES MARTIN GERTRUIIE MoRRIsoN LEWIS BOSIIER NEWTON WINIFRED JACKSON PUGII MARJORY REA Bachelor of Science in Nursing Education MARTHA VIRGINIA BAYI.oR SARA ELIZAEETII EARLY KATHERINE RUSSELL GARY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATICN GRADUATING CLASS ELLEN WILSON APPICRSON YANCEY IvIII.I,s, VIRGINIA B.S. in Education ANNIE LEE IiARKsnAI.E 167 Madison Lane uNIvEIIsI'I'v, VIRGINIA B.S. In Education Woormow WILSON BII,I,II's cRANnoN, VIRGINIA B.S. ln Education ELOISE VIRGINIA BISIIOP Gordon Avenue CIIARI.0'I"l'ESVILLE, VIRGINIA B.S. In Education MAIITIIA ANN Cox UNIvEEsI1'v, VIRGINIA B.S. In Education SARA EI.IzAIIE'I'II EARLY CHARl.0'I"I'ESVII.I.E, VIRGINIA B.S. In Nursing Education KATIIERINE RUSSELL GARY KENBRIDGE, VIRGINIA B.S. In Nursing Education MARIAN Bnooxs GIANNINI I.ovINGs'I'oN, VIRGINIA B.S. In Education INSLEE EBISSA GRAINGER FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA B.S. in Education SAMUEL PAGE I'IIGGINBOTI-IAM ORANGE, VIRGINIA B.S. In Education ' 5 3. , 3 Z2 fs ,. 2? , , '4 ,. 51 Zi 1 ZZ I 46 I 4. 9. Cz 9 1. 5 . 9 4 f. f . , 9 .4 4 2. gs 91 9 . A 7 ., J I ff ., 5 Q 7 7 7 7 1 ff f I 7 29 4, 1 f 4 4' 4 41, Z1 jf!! 1. f -, ,,---. , 5- :A,'.f "fan CORRS ' I Q? '7'6QJ. AN D C u R LS 7,4 4 .I , J 'J DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- GRADUATING CLASS SARAII R. LACY IIALIFAX, VIRGINIA B.S. in Educatioll BIs'I'sV S'I'AI.I,INGs I,AMnE'I'II UNIVRRsI'rV, VIRGINIA RS. in Education C'I,ARA EI.IzAIsn'I'II LII,I,Y UNIVRRsI'rv, VIRGINIA B.S. In Education l.IawIs BosImR NI2w'I'oN Nrzw cAN'I'oN, VIRGINIA B.S. in Education WINIIVRIEIJ JACKSON PUGII cIIARI,o1"I'EsVII,I.E, VIRGINIA 13.5. in Education MARJORV RIIA cRozIa'I', VIRGINIA B.S. iI1 Education EDWIN I-IARVIIV ROBBINS II6 Laurel Avenue IRVING'I'oN, NIIVV JERSEY J3.S. ill Eclucn.tloII CIcCm,IA SMITI-I' CI-IARI.0'I"I'I2sVII.I,Iz, VIRGINIA J3,S. in Education PIIvI,I.Is VVIIITII SIvII'I'II AI+"I'oN, VIRGINIA lB.S. ln ICCIUCILUIIII MARY WA'I'RINs WARREN cIIA'rIIAM, VIRGINIA B.S. in Education VIRGINIA KA'I'1IERlNlZ WI'I"I' 825 East High Street CIIARI,o'I"I'nsVII,I.I:, VIRGINIA B.A., 1935: 13.5, ln Education, 1936. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION GRADUATING cLAss ELLEN WVILSON APPERSON . . . FRANCES MARSIIALI. BAKER . . . Lychnos Society, Secretary, Lychnos, ANNIE LEE BARRSIJALE . . . . MART1IA VIRGINIA BAYLOR . . WoonRow WILSON BILLIPS . WILL1AM KX'GER BING . . . IELOISE VIRGINIA BISHOP. . . MARION S1-IERWoon BROOKS . . . MAR'l'l'lA-ANN KRAMER Cox . . . X il, Secretary, Womcn's Student O SARA El.IZAl3PI'I'lI EARLY . . . . . KA'I'klERINE RUSSELL GARY . . K A MARIAN BROOKS GIANNINI . . . INSLEE EBISSA CERAINGIZR . . . . University String Ensemble: Dc:In's HARRIHT LIGrITEooT IIANKINS . NANCY LEWIS HARNSBERGHR . . X sz. HELEN BYRIJ HENIJRICRSON . AGNES JUNKIN IRWIN . . WILLIAM ROBERT JAMES . . BETSY STALLINGS LAMBIETII . CLARA EI.lZABli'l'l-I LILLY . . NIARGARIVI' FRANCES MAR'l'lN . . CPERTRUDE MoRRIsoN . . . LEWIS BOSIIER NEw'I'oN . . . , . VVINIFRIED JACKSON PUGH . . . . Years in University . . . . . 4 . 19363 De:In's List. . . . . . 2 - . 3 - . I 0 . 4 . . 4 - . . 4. - . . . . . 2 . rganization. . . . 3 - .2. . .2- .. .4.. List. .. .3- .2- .2- .I. .2. ..4- .3. .2. .I- 3 X S25 Secretary, Woincri Student's Association, 1934-'35, Student Council, 1935-'s6. MARJORYREA.. . . . . .. EDVVIN HARVEY ROBBINS . . . . Varsity Swimming Team, 19333345 CECELIA LEE SMITH . .... . X S2 GRACE NIAYNARIJ SMITII . . PIIYLLIS VVHITIZ SMITII . . MARY WATRINS WARREN . . CLARA MCFARLANI1 WII.l.lS . VIRGINIA KATIIERINE WITT . U N BENNIE VENSON ArI.oR . . . . BARBARA BAILEY . . . I-IAzEL MARIE BEA'l"1'Y . . GRACE ELEANOR BEIIRENS . . BBRTHA BROCKENBROUGII . . MARIAN AGNEW CAMrIzEI.L . . JHSSIE CA'l'llI5RlNli CARPENTER . . MARTIIA CAMPBIELI. COUl.'l'liR . . KA'1'IIliRlNl2 CLYDE Cox . . . NELL MAE DICKENS . . . FRANCES HALL DONEGAN . . VIoI.A DIANE DOVEI. . . . ,,,,,4 ....., Dean's List. .lv ..3. ..z- ..I. ..3- DERGRADUATES 2. .I- ..I- ..t- 2. .2. .2- .I- -I. .S .3- .I- IOS . . Yancey Mills, Virginia . University, Virginia . . University, Virginia . . Staunton, Virginia . . Crantlon, Virginia . . Free Union, Virginia . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . University, Virginia . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . Kenbritlge. Virginia . Lovingston, Virginia . . Farmville, Virginia . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . Danville, Virginia . . Norfolk, Virginia . . Lexington, Virginia . . Speedwell, Virginia . . 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AND URLS 5' ,' rv Lg 2334" 4" E 4.1. 1, :tie '- fi fi YJ 'E 222 li V3.9 IO8 DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING GRADUATING CLASS JQRICIIARII ADAMS 834 RivoI'moIIt Avenue IIYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA JOIIN GRANT ARMIs'I'EAII, JR. 6410 Three Chopt Road RIcI-IIvIoNn, VIRGINIA ROIlliR'l' I-IILL BOYKIN, JR. 30 Alexander Avenue NU'I'I.EY, NIiVV JERSEY WAI.'I'ER Sco'I"I' CARTER 427 Park Street CIIARI.O'l"I'I2SVIl,I.IE, VIRGINIA HENRY BLoUN'r DANIEL 202 mst 1-Hgh street CIIARI.O'I"l'IiSVII.I,li, VIRGINIA RICI-IARII MICOU DANIEL ALEXANIIRIA, VIRGINIA JOSEPII ELLIS DILI. IIUCIIANAN, VIRGINIA PIUGH EDXVARD DONNALLY CIIARI.0'I"I'ESVII.LE, VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF, ENGINEERING GRADUATING CLASS HOWARD BERRYMAN EImwARIIs swIaI2'I' IIRIAR, VIRGINIA WII.I.IAM MII,I,IcAN IRVINII, JR. CUl.PliI'liR, VIRGINIA joIIN VVIIITI2 MIX'I'llEXS'S 403 West zsrh sn-ner wII.IvIINI:'I'oN, DEl.AN'ARlE IERIIN BEN'I' RIIIISII 1600 Brin:-kle Avenue XVll.MlNG'l'0N, IIIsI,AwARIa joIIN PIINN RUTIIIIRI-'0oRIm 402 King George Avenun RoANoRr:, VIRGINIA WII.I.IAM WAI,I.AcIs STARKE, JR. 520 Mowbray Arch NoRIfoI.Ic, vIRI:INIA JAMES LIIsI.III S'I'II'I2 s'I'nI'IIENsoN, VIRGINIA GEORIIII FRIIIIRIC VVIIIIII JR. "Westerly," River Road RICIIMONII, VIRGINIA CE 7 9 1. Z1 2 ,V 5. 9 ,Q A if ZZ ' 9. 4 '- Ra 1. 9, .Ib 4 Q ' Q E 54 f4 7 ,-,Ha-H. CORKS .7 we , "eff if ,V"62J- AN D C u R LS 3-:,f 1 ff -I Q 41.-Q WU?" ' 345' 'no , nb ' 'aw' 4 "5 fs WW' 1. 52-2 ' ff, ug9HRg .-'I ca' A r 5 :J if QB QQZJ Q f 754' 1:53 'g ' 5 v,1,4,, Q' r. ' f ' f A M G 'flflffi N' 'M' ff P55511 " l 'gl 'Ph' "Biol flair fy 0 .1. ' 11.1 .-U- ' f .i vi, 1 ,V -Ur -. :I iw -1l57'K"4 ll 1' 7 .3 9,i4faai5g,3Enmf?ix..,i1e .f law "CL-""""'Wf1-lg " E 1 1 gL..E'13- . ' f f.a -lfliwfpli .2 . A , E 1' 1 6 ,.4,y.'.,,,i, 9.3 .r ', y i, 1 5. - Qt. ...egg F - ' ' ' - ".N .:- " li: ':""' -xt A . "W" - 1?""- --un..-7--Q: - 'Q '-A. 0l SQ A B V 4:17-4-wgr I . gihwwx JJ cuAeNI'Lh.lLl'f gg -534 -To -ii DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING GRADUATING CLASS Years in University JAMES RICHARD ADAMS . . . . . 6 . . . . Lynchburg, Virginia Trigon. Joi-IN GRANT ARMis'rEAD, JR. . . .... .I . 5 - - - . . . . . . . Richmond, Virginia fl' K E, Trigun, Secretary, 1936, A. I. Ch, E. Student Chapter, President, 1936, Treasurer, l934, Engineer Council, l936, Secretary, Graduating Class, l936, Glee Club, Engineering Department Photographer. ELMER 'FAYLOR Baacnrsv . . ..... . . 5 - - . ..... . Williamsport, Maryland RonizR'r II. BovRiN, JR. . . . 4- - . . Nutley, New Jersey E fl' l'l. WAi.'reR Scorr CAR'l'liR . . . ..... 5 - - . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia HENRY Bi.ouN'r DANIEL . . ....... 4 ---.- . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia II K A, 'l' B ll, Trigon, Treasurer, I934, President, l936, Secretary-Treasurer, A. S. lVl. E., l936. RICHARD Micou DANIEL . ......,, 4 .... . .... . Alexandria, Virginia 9 'l', Treasurer, A. I. Ch. E., Student Chapter, Editor, Engineering Newx. joseen Euas Dim. . .......... 2 . . . . . . . . Buchanan, Virginia B.S., Davidson College, Trigon, Glee Club. HUGH EDWARD DoNNAi.i.Y . . A ...... 6 . . . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia HONVARD BERRYMAN EDVVARDS. ....... 5 . ........ . Sweet Briar, Virginia 9 'l', Treasurer, I934, Regent, 1936, 'l' ll ll, President, 1936, Raven Society, Vice-President, 1936, A. S. Nl, E., Glee Club, University Flying Club, President, Aviation Club, 1936, Editor, Engineering Newt, l935, Vice-President, Engineering School, l936. C. ARCHIE I-IAnN, JR. . ......... 5 . .... . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia B.S.E., University of Virginia, President, G. A. A. Board, Vice-President, Graduating Class, l935, President. Engineering Department, 1934-'35, Raven Award, I934-'35, Raven, "13", 'l' ll ll, Secretary-Treasurer, "V" Club, l934-'35, President, D. U. Fraternity, 1934-'35, First Year Boxing, l932, Varsity Boxing, l933-'34-'35, Southern Conference Bantamweight Champion. l933v'34-'35, Student Senate, Vice-President, A. S. Nl. li., 1933-'34, Trigon, Aviation Club, First-Year Track, l931-'32. Wn.1.iAM MIl.l.lGAN lRVlNli, JR. ...... 4 0 'l', 'I' ll ll, Raven Society, A. S. Nl. E. vVAl.'l'ER S. lVlCll.lll5NNY . ..... . 7 JOHN W. MA'l'llliWS . .... . i ErnaN BIENT Reese . ..... . 5 fl' I' A, Trigon, P. K. Society. JOHN PENN RU'l'llliRl"0ORD . . ....... 4 K A, 'I' ll ll, Raven, Trigon, l35-lb. lnterfraternity Boxing Champion, l935, President Engineering School, l936, Chairman, Virginia Branch, A. l. E. E. ' - . . . Culpeper, Virginia ' . . Charlottesville, Virginia ' . . VVilmington, Delaware - . Wilmington, Delaware . . . . ..... . . Roanoke, Virginia VVll.l.lAM VVAl.l.ACli S'rARRiz, JR. ...... 5 - . ...... . , , Norfolk, Virginia fl' l' A, Trigun, P. K. Society, A. S. C. E. Intcrfraternity Council, Student Assembly. JAMES LESLIE S'l'll'Ii , , . - . . . . . - .4 ..., . . . . . . Stephenson, Virginia Trigon, Vice-President, I936, Varsity Track Team, l934-'36, Secretary, A. I. E. E., l936, Historian, Engi. neering Department, I936, Student lnstructor in Calculus. fiIi0RGE FRHDICRIC VViu'rH, JR. . . . . . . 4 - . - . Richmond, Virginia 0 'l', A. I. Ch. E. ll0 DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING " , THI JURY YA'I'Hs BRONVN, JR. . . . WII.I.IAM EVIiRIil"l' CAI,owIaI.I., JR. . ROIIIIRI' CRAIG CARRICK . . . . WII.I.IAM BENJAMIN CARRu'I'IIIcRs MORRIS SKINNEK CLARK, JR. . . JOIIN JOsRIfII Cos'I'III.I.o . . . JosIII'II MORIcI.ANO CowcII.I. . . FRANCIS GIIOROII IIUPoN'I' . . Louxs SIIEGMAN EIIRICII, JR. . . JAIvIIzs HUIIY FAI.I., JR. . . PIa'I'RR FIIRRIIR, JR. . . . DoNAI,O I,IcwIs FI'I'zIIUOII . . PAUI. WII,I.IAM I?l'l'Zl'A'I'RICK . . EIEORUIE WII.I,IAM FoRsY'I'II . . VVAI.'l'IiR ROYIIIIN FRANRII . I'IAR'I'Il JOIIN GII.eRIs'I' . . . JOIIN FORsY'I'II Conn GIIIENN . PI-'RCN' FUQUA HuR'I' . . . . ANoIfI.Us AI.IiXANIHiR JANOS . . ARCIIIIR I.IiI'IARON .IONIIS . . HARRY KASAROI-'I-' . . . . I'IIiRBI5R'I' JOSRIDII LANIJIS, JR. . . I-IIIRMAN RIIA MAIIIIIN . . . AARON MIzRocII . . GIQOROIQ JONIIS POR'I'IIR . . . . CIIEORGIE DAWSON I,RlliS'l'MAN . JOIIN '1'INsI,IaY RUCRIIR, JR. . . HENRY BROOKS SUMIERVIIIIIII . . VINcIaN'I' VVII.I,IAM SIARRII . JI:ssIc JONIas S'I'OcRIIR . . . DAVIO JACKSON SWING . . . . HIINRY STARR VVA'I"I'I.Ias, Ill . . JOIIN GRAY WIII'I'eoIvIn . . -I.-XMIES SIMONS VVII.I,IAMs . . . JOIIN AN'I'IIONY WII.I.IAMsON . I.UClIiN DAIIIQ VVINs'I'oN, III . . RD-YEAR CLA . Cllarlottesville, Virginia . . XNIHSIIIIILHUII, D. C. . . RieIImoIIII, Virginixl . . NortII Fork, VII'giIII:I . CII:II'IottesvIIIe, Virgilliu . . Portsmouth, Virginia . PZllIISDOI'0, New Jersey . MoIIteII:IIIiII, Delaware New Rochelle, New York . . Greenville, Virginizl . . . . . Bilbao, Spain . Charlottesville, ViI'giIIi:I . . . XAIIISIIIIIQQIOII, D. C. . . . .IfSll'l0llI, VirgiIIi:I .BI'oOkiIIgs, SOIIIII Dakota . Newlmrglm, New York . Ivy Depot, ViI'pgIIIi:I . . .MariOII, VirgiIIi:I . Clmrlottesville, Virginiax . . .ll:ImptoII, ViI'giIIi:I . . UIIiYersIty, Virginian . East Orzlnge, New Jersey . Clmrlottesville, Virginia . . Norfolk, Virginia . . . Norfolk, Virginia . Iilizuheth, New Jersey . LyIIeIIImIII'Ig, Virginia . Rlehmoncl, Virginia . . .Crozet, Virginia . .IIilD'lpI0ll, Virginia . Chzlrlottesville, Virginia . AIex:IIIcII'i:I, Vlfgllllll . . .0gIIIIquit, Maine . Silll Diego, C:IIifoI'IIi:I . . Norfolk, ViI'giIIi:I . XViIIstoII, ViI'giIIi:I SECOND-YEAR CLASS AI.If'RIaO GARNIIR ARUNOALIQ . . . AR'I'IIUR VVII.l.lAM ISRNIIAM, JR. . CPEORGH KIINNIa'I'II BROWN . . . JOIIN '1'IIOMI'soN CALIIOUN . DAVIII IQINVARII CONIJUN . . . HARRY BRAMIaI.I. Cowr:II.I., JR. . . WII.I.IAM AIIIIISON DORRIIIR . . JOIIN I"RANR IfI.I.l0'I"I' . . LYNN ITRAZIHR ITAIII. . . . SAMUIII. SCO'l"I' IIANSIIROUGII . . . Cllurlottesville, Virginia VVyoInissiIIg, PeIIIIsyIv:IIIi:I . . CIIeI'I'y4I:IIe, Virginia . CII:II'IottesvilIe, ViI'giIIi:I . . .EIUSIICIL ViI'gIIIi.I . I,ZlllISI1Ul'0, New Jersey . XA7Zlj'llL'SI10l'0, Vlfgllllil . Clmrlottesville, Virginia , Greenville, Vlrgllllll . vX7IIll'lll"SlUl', Virginian WILLIAM DIERRIAN IIOOIIIIR KIQPNIIR . . - Illlivvrsity, Vlfgilllll HENRY liIaI.I. I.AIIII.Aw . . . . . - VIIIIIIIICICI. New ICYSU' HARRY FoRsY'I'II LANGIIORNII . , - - - WIIFFCIL Vifgillill JAMIIS w70lJIlS LAl'SI.liY, JR. . - Miller SCIHIHI. Vifgillifl I I I '24 A 1 I . f if 7 Z4 li 'f if 'dl 1 f Q., sig A hc I, sf 1 I 2157 f Q7 7 .V I . gf! any fa Z Z'2 1 1' ff , ,C 11114539 ORKS 'ee ' :-X' --af af . .: f A ' 47? ff: : 1-, : f,.L 7 fi 1:1 2 ,... , :- ' 1 ' I If' 1 f rua! f , ,. of ,AND CURLS D EPARTM r ENT OF ENGINEERI SECOND-YEAR CLASS Iver FORIZMAN LEWIS, JR. . . . MA'I'I'HEw LYON , . . . EARL MOSEI.liY MARTIN . . EDWARD VAI.liN'I'INE MASON . . HUGII S'l'OCKIJEl.l. MEREDl'l'Il . . ROBERT P0'l"l'ER lViOI.'I'liN, JR. . . GEORGE ANDREW NEA . . . GEORGE FRANCIS NOVEY, JR. . . KITTY WINGEIELD O'BRlEN . . JOHN OLIVERIO . .... . LLOYD THOMAS OLSEN . . VERNON QUARLES .. . . . JOHN MERRIT1' ROBERTS . . . AIIBERT MAURICE SHERWOOD . . JOHN PARKE SIMPSON, JR. . . SANDY SMITH . . . . . ELLIs POLLARD SNEAD, JR. . WILLIAM ARMISTEAD TOWNES, JR. CLEMENT MANLY WADE, JR. . . EDWARD DANIEL WILLIAMS . . . FIR RAMON ANTONIO ALMONTE . . . WILLIAM HUGH BACIIE . . . . STUART ASHIIY BARKSDALE . . . . 'Ill-IOMAS JEIWERSON BARNES, III . CHARLES FRANKLIN BILD . . . . DENIS JAMES BOLONGARO . . . . ROBINSON SWEARINGEN BROWN, JR. CHURCHILL CHALKLEI' .. . . . WILSON OVERTON COCIIRAN . . HUBERT ARTHUR COIT . . . GRA'I"l'AN CATCHINGS CoLvIN . . DAVID BUSH COxE, JR. . . . . JAMES WENDEL CREEIf . . . . WILLIAM ANDREW DICKINSON . . HARMAN ANDERSON DINWIDDIE . . EDWARD DEVALL DOWNING . . ERNEST CHILTON EDWARDS, JR. . HARRY SMITH FARMER . . . RALPH WITTEN FEIL . . . JOHN THOMAS FLYTIIE, JR. . . AMBROSE LANE GARNAND . . . CHARLES FLOYD HANCOCK, JR. . JAMES WILLARII HERNDON . . CARROLL SAMUEL IDEN . . RALPH CURTIS JORDON, JR. . . PHILIP LEIBOWITZ . . . . ROBERT FREDERICK LOOMIS . . HUEERT COLIN MACKRE'l'II . . JOHN KENDRICK MAl.l.ARD . . PERRIN GEORGE MARCH, III . . . .UIIiversity, . Charlottesville, . . Richmond, . Charlottesville, Virginia Beach, NG Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia . Chevy Chase, Maryland . . . Wollaston, Massachusetts . . Panama, Republic of Panama . . .CharlOttesville, . . Clarksburg, West Virginia Virginia . West Hempstead, New York . . .Charlottesville, . Charlottesville, Virginia Virginia . . .Fairfax, VirgiIIia . . . Washington, D. C. . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . . Scottsville, VirgiIIia . . . . Wilmington, North Carolina . . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . ......... . .l-Iampton, VirgiIIia ST-YEAR CLASS . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ponce, Porto Rico . . .Atlanta, Georgia . . . . . . . Afton, Virginia . Overbrook Hills, Pennsylvania . . . . Clarendon, Virginia . . . Charlottesville, Virginia - . . Harrods Creek, Kentucky . . Richmond, Virginia , . . . . Louisville, Kentucky . . . . Columbia, South Carolina . Jackson Heights, L. I., New York . South Norfolk, . . . Roanoke, . Charlottesville, . . Portsmouth, . . Cohoke, . . Leesville, . . University, . . Richmond, . . .ROgers, . Upper Darby, PeII . . . .DaIIville, . . Delaplane, . . Columbus, . . . Norfolk, . . Waymart, Pen . . Ivy Depot, . . Norfolk, WilmiIIgtoII, Delaware Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia VirgiIIia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia nsylvania Virginia Virginia Georgia VirgiIIia nsylvania Virginia Virginia . Cincinnati, Ohio Il2 DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING FIRS ALIFRED HUEARD MASSEX' . . . MORRIS MEIsTER . . . . RICHARD WYI.I,Y MOL'l'EN . . AYERS MORISON . . . . MARCEI, EUGENE NOON . . WH.I.IAM RoI.AND OI,IvER . . JOHN JIcRAUI.D OVVIEN . . JOHN LAIRD PATTERSON . . WINIfIEI.D SCOTT PIEAY . DoNAI.D Sv'l'liVVAR'l' PE'l'l'l"l' SPII.I.ER VINCENT PI-III.I.II-s . . LEsI.IE NORFORD PREDDY . . . JosEPI-I RANDOLPH REYNOLDS, JR. . . ALBERT STUART RUEIN . . . . WII,I.IAM SCIIIFF, JR. . . . . . EDGAR CORNEI.IUs SHAWEN . . MARTIN SINGER . .... . CARROI.I, BRICE SMITII . . . . RICHARD MARsIIAI.I. S'l'AI"FORIJ . . JAMES CAMRIIELI. STRAs, JR. . . FORD TYI.ER SWETNAM . . . . CHARLES MANI.Y WAEE, JR. . JOHN 'Ill-IOMAS WARD . . . DONALD ROBERTSON WEBB . . ANDREW WEIIER . . . . . LANDON CARTER WEl.I.lf0RIJ . . HENRY GARTH XVIIEEIJER . . . BEVERLEY NEI.soN WII,RERsoN HOWARD MILTON WIl,KIiRSON . OGDEN EDWARDS WII.I.Is . . . THOMAS PYM WII.sON, JR. . . CECII. JOHNSTON WRIGII'r, JR. . JAMES LEONARD YOUNG, JR. . . ,JIL- T-YEAR CLASS DEAN'S LIST OF DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING GEORGE BROWN HOWARD COWGII.I., JR. JOSEPH COWGII.I, PIENRY DANllil. JOSEPH DII.I. HOWARD EDWARDS WINTER TERM, I936 GEORGE FoRsY'I'H JOHN CILIENN ARCIIIE I-IAIIN, JR. PERCY I-IURT WlI.l.lAM IRVINE, JR. ARCHER JONES HARRY KASSAKOITF II3 . . .McLean, Virginia . Irvington, New Jersey . Chevy Chase, MaryIaIId . . Baltimore, Maryland . . Petersburg, Virginia . North Garden, Virginia . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . Grottoes, Virginia . . Brooklyn, New York . . Alexandria, Virginia . Scottsville, Virgini.I . . . ProHit, Virginia . . . Washington, D. C. . Charlottesville, Virginia . New York, New York . . Clarendon, Virginia . New York, New York . StoIIy Point, Virginia . . Summit, New Jersey . . Cardinal, Kentucky . . . Fairfax, Virginia . Charlottesville, Virginia . . . Norfolk, Virginia . Scarsclale, New York . . Keswick, VirgiIIia . WilmiIIgton, Delaware . Charlottesville, Virginia . . Richmond, VirgiIIia . Charlottesville, Virginia Coalburgh, West Virginia . . . .SuffoIk, Virginia . Waynesboro, Virginia . Charlottesville, Virginia JAMES LAI'sI.EY, JR. EDWARD MASON LI.oYD OI.sEN JOHN RUCRER, JR. WALLACE STARRE, JR. JAM ES LEsI.IE STIPE I 9 3 Comes , 5 44 ff 2 . ,', ,l , f- f , 1' --, '-. 4 5, , .4 ,,,. :, I, ff,, N n C u R L s iw? 1' 5- " Q .' 1 ' 1 I : 1 .I .: !,..: 4 ag THE ENGINEERING SCHOOL'S CENTURY OF PROGRESS Blil NG A Brief Chronological History of Engineering Education at Virginia BY XVALTER SHELDON RODMAN, Dean In the catalogue of 1835-'36 may he found the announcement of instruction in Civil lingi- neering given in the School of Mathematics and in the following session a complete description of the courses in the School of Civil Engineering appea,red. The instruction was shared hy Professor Charles Bonnycastle, Mathematics, and Professor William Barton Rogers, Natural Philosophy, together with an instructor in Drawing. For live sessions thereafter students were taking' these courses, but then there seem to have heen no matriculants in these particular sub- jcets for a number of yearsg indeed the announcement of the courses was omitted from the catalogue of 1850-'51, In the session 1865-'66, due to the interest and initiative of Professor Charles S. Venable, Mathematics, the announcement of a School of Civil lingineering appeared again. In 1867-'68 the first professor hearing: an engineering title joined the faculty in the person of Leopold J. lloeek, Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics and Civil lingincering, and the name of the school appeared as the School of Applied Mathematics, i':llLIillCCl'illj.K and Architecture. Twenty- .,.w""'f 0 - l -.al "' ' - 'lv' it 'Aff I U' V - - . MECHANICAL LABORATORY Former Home of the Engineering School II4 5 L.. I . ..z five students were registered for the courses in that session and i11 1868-'69, a definite announce- ment concerning the professional titled degrees of Civil Engineer, Mining Enginee1', and Civil and Mining Engineer may be found. On July 1, 1869, four graduates received the first titled engineering degrees awarded at Virginia, which were all tl1ose of Civil Engineer. From this time on instruction in engineering has continued without interruption, and graduates have received their degrees year after year with the exception of four years in which no titled deg1'ees were awarded. At the end of the 1874-,75 session Professor Boeck resigned and VVilliam Mynn Thornton was called to tl1e chair as Adjunct Professor of Applied Mathematics and Civil Engineering. In I8SI',82 tl1e work in engineering was set up as a Department of Engineering and has continued under that designation ever since. Tl1e instruction in engineering subjects was given by Professor Thornton with tl1e aid of one or more instructors until the session of 1891-,92 when VVilliam Holding Echols joined the staff with the title of Adjunct Professor of Applied Matl1e1natics, and in the same year announcement was made of courses offered leading to the degree of Mechanical Engineer. During this period from 1867 to 1895 the meagre laboratories and shops were housed in the Rotunda and Annex. The disastrous fire in 1895 temporarily somewhat disrupted the work, as severe damage to the equipment was suffered in the fire, but at tl1e opening of tl1e I897-,QS session the engineering work was more amply cared for in the new Mechanical Laboratory, which continued to be the home of engineering until September, 1935, saw Thornton Hall open for instruction. In T895-,96 it was announced that the Engineering courses would be elective thereafter and that the degree of Bachelor of Science would be given, and indeed several graduates during the next few years were awa1'ded that degree. In ISQ6-,97 Professor Echols became Professor of Mathematics, but continued to aid in some of the engineering instruction. In 1897-,98 announce- ment was made of courses leading to the degree of Electrical Engineer. In 1898-'99 the degrees to be awarded in the various curricula returned to the titled form of Civil Engineer, Mining Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, and Electrical Engineer. In 1903-'04, Lewis Littlepage Ilolladay was appointed Adjunct Professor of Applied Mathe- matics. I11 1904 Edwin Anderson Alderman took office as tl1e first President of the University of Virginia, and the several departments were set up with an administrative Dean in charge. Professor Thornton became, naturally, the first Dean of tl1e Department of Engineering. In 1905-'06 three adjunct professors were provided to work with Dean Tliornton--I'Iolladay in Electrical, Charles Miller Mcliergow in Mechanical, and john Lloyd Newcomb in Civil. Si11ce that session fl'lCI'C have been faculty members giving instruction in each of tl1e majors for wl1icl1 degree cu1'ricula are announced. In 1908-'09 a course was announced leading to the degree of Chemical Engineer, the members of tl1e staff of the School of Chemistry giving the additional special courses in cl1e1nical subjects not required in the other major curricula. During the period of the Great War, after the entrance of tl1e United States, the engineering work was somewhat modified by the requirements of the Student Army Training Corps. In IQIS-'IQ it was announced tl1at beginning with the sessio11 1919-'20 the engineering curriculum would be modified by the additio11 of required courses in English, Economics and Business Administration, time for these courses being obtained by tl1e omission of certain specialized tecl1nical courses in the several curricula. The session 1922-'23 witnessed the formation of a five-year program, at tl1e end of four years a Bachelor of Scie11ce in Engineering degree to be granted, while upon completio11 of the fifth year the appropriate titled degrees were to be awarded. This degree program has continued to the present time. In 1925 Dean '1'hornton resigned the Deanship, but continued his teaching. Professor Newcomb, Civil Engineering, became tl1e second Dean of the Department. In 1930 Professor Thornton retired and in the spring of 1931, upon tl1e death of President AlCiCl'lUZII1, Dean Newcomb became Acting President and Professor hvillwl' Sl1eldo11 Rodman, Electrical En- Il5 9 9 I 5 f. 4'- in A 5: 51 V 1 6 9? Zi. Q, 1. ZX .4 , -1 nz , -1 ,4 .7 I I 27 fc 27 Z I , A f 92 Q 4. 41 1. 1. fi f 5 4 7 6 ff X .4 f. 1. 3. v gg J Elf 1 ,f 5 4 , ,X f , I I 4 :- - ,,"g fb," instruction in the four major curricula. At the f z4-ffl. ORKS , 39:92 55,7"4LQ ibzpy AND CURLS 5-:,f i gineering, was named acting Dean. In the fall yj-E of 1931 the term Acting was removed for both President and Dean. In 1928-'29 an Associate -'Q if Professor of Chemical Engineering was added to me the staff, thus rounding out the personnel giving - it opening of the session 1935-'36 the Engineering De- fi- partment took up its activities in the new Engineer- , ing Building, 'l'hornton Hall, where ample physical facilities are either now available or will be pro- cured as promptly as possible to care adequately for a total student body of three hundred normally dis- tributed over the five-year program. The present full-time engineering faculty consists of two pro- fessors and one instructor in Electrical, two profes- sors in Civil, two in Mechanical, one in Chemical, one in Drawing, one in Experimental, one in Mathe- l matics and one in English. ' l Recent developments have resulted in setting up DEAN RODMAN under the Mechanical Engineering curriculum in- struction in aeronautical subjects and for next session the instruction in Chemical Engineering proper, as distinct from basic Chemistry, will be conducted in Thornton I-Iall. Plans for the future include the strengthening of the fifth-year work with the ultimate goal of offering as soon as feasible graduate instruction in a limited group of specialties pertinent to the four major curricula now offered for the first degree. An important adjunct to the formal instruction is found in the four student branches of the national engineering societies, one for each of the major curricula. The activities of these groups are progressively increasing in magnitude and value, supplying worthwhile training and experi- ence. Finally, the chapter of the national honorary engineering fraternity of Tau Beta Pi provides a healthy incentive to the serious and capable students. XX ff' ' x... ,, M , K X .M , , ,...'s I I , 1" ,rd we 'Z THORNTON HALL The Engineering School's New Home II6 W GEORGE COLES DEPARTMENT OF LA OFFICERS GEORGE MINOR COLES WARREN MCELRDY BALLARD President Vice-President WALTER WHITLOCK KLAUS Serretary-Treasurer EDWARD WALKER Historian I I7 I 9 3 :4 -- A ,454 f Z' :CET 5 '4-2:1 oRKs W A H H04 , 5-pi.. W' :E 5 fox! f AN D U R L S :if ,. I Q 4': I ' an :Q 1 1 :E ff E 3'J1? JI: DEPARTMENT OF LAW CIIARI,Izs SC0'I"I' ADAMS, JR. 1910 Rlvermont Avenue LYNCIIBURG, VIRGINIA JOIIN S'I'ANI.IaY AMES, JR. Elm Street NoR'I'II IaAs'I'oN, MASSACIlUSIE'l"l'S EUGENE VVISAVHR AYI,oR BRIGII'l'WO0D, VIRGINIA FRANKLIN PERKINS BACKUS 118 Walnut Street AI.nxANnRIA, VIRGINIA WARRIIN MCEIIROY BAI.I.ARn 41 The Courtland I.YNcIIIIuRI:, VIRGINIA MAURICII EIIWARII BANnI.nR, JR. 150 West Seventy-ninth Street NEW YORK cI'I'Y joIfIN B. BAYIER, JR, RICIIMONII, IcnN'I'UCKY RUssHI,I, BRIzI'I'IcAM-BRIICIQENRIDGH Fifth Avenue Hotel NIEW YORK CI'I'Y J. 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AND C U RLS :: f gf ,' ,. ,L' 7 ' Lift E: y S? 5' 52 ' 74 1.2 2 HE 5: "4 Y DEPARTMENT OF LAW MEREm'1'11 CARTER DORTCH sOu'r11 HILL, VIRGINIA WII.I.lAM HOCKER DRAKE 1229 East Fifth Street OCALA, FLORIDA GEORGE HALL GARDNER, JR. LaSalle Apartments wAsH1Nc'roN, O. C. GEORGE Conn GARRIS 7410 Shlrland Avenue NORFOLK, VIRGINIA CAMPBELL HOUSTON GIl,I,ESPIE, JR. 1313 Richards street s1-1ERMAN, '1'ExAs JOHN SPRIGG G1Ls'rER cHEs1'ER, ILLINOIS J. LUTHER GLASS uN1vERs11'v, VIRGINIA GARRARIJ Woon GLENN wv nEro'r, VIRGINIA JACKSON LEE GREGORY 1111 10th Place South BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA C11ARLEs '1'lI.DEN HAGAN, JR. 416 Church Street GREENSEORO, NoR1'1-1 CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF LAW WILLIAM THOMAS HANCOCK 226 Parkway ELUEITIELH, WEST VIRGINIA JAMES ISAAC PIARDY NORFOLK, VIRGINIA GEORGE EVELYN HARRISON 325 North Harrison Street RICHMOND, VIRGINIA AUEREY NEWBILI. 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NAzARIs'I'II, I-RNNsvI.vANIA VVII.I,IAIvI S'I'UAR'I' IVI0l4'FE'l"I', JR. s'I'AUN'I'oN, VIRGINIA RICIIMGNII MGGRII, JR. 1620 Monument Av:-nue RICIIMGNII, VIRGINIA JAMES CARY PAGII 1131 Nvust Franklin Street RICHMOND, VIRGINIA BERNARD PRo'I'zIaI. 224 Hxlrrlson Avenue IIARRIsoN, NIIW JIIRSIIV DEPARTMENT OF LAW IAMICS DAWSON RIIIIIIIQR, JR. 30 East Preston Street uAI,'rIMoRIa, IvIARvI.ANn I-IOMIIR CI,IsvIcI.ANII RIIvNoI,ns IvIARIII'I"I'A, GIIORGIA JAMIIS VVARRIIN RoIIIIR'I'soN IIEAVIIRIIAM, VIRGINIA KIQRMI1' VINsoN Rooms 900 Westover Road RICIIMONII, VIRGINIA ORRN R00'I', JR. 455 East Fifty-seventh Stn-not NEVV YORK CITY I.l5IGll'I'0N PARKS ROIIIIR 727 Ya.rnIouth Street NoRIfoI,K, VIRGINIA jums FRANK ROSIENBAUM 115 Twenty-eighth Street NEWl'0R'l' Nlfws, VIRGINIA EIIWARII LAWRIINCR RYAN, JR. 1610 Floyd Avenue RIcIIIvIoNn, VIRGINIA HIIRNARII SAI.znIaRG 308 NVest Twenty-olghth Street NORFOLK, VIRGINIA RAYMOND CLARK SAUNIIERS I.IcIssIsuRG, VIRGINIA CORKQ :: V .. , :J , -f hi F'-7 EE 4" E ,.. I: f-1 -: ,fd 7 .-1 1 1, ., f' J 5 if .,, , ,, 1 5 5 1 1 F' 'C 1:04-ilgp 5 5? '4f,: --02 7-af? -ffl? AND CURLS DEPARTMENT OF LAW .ARMIN MCGRIIGOR ScIII.IasINGnR NAPLES, FLORIDA rl'IIOMAS GII,I,ESI'IE ScUI.I,v wINcIIIzs'I'IaR, VIRGINIA fIIi0RGE C. SIEXVARIJ 4567 South First Street I,ouIsvII.I.If, KENTUCKY ,. 'fl-IOMAS GAIlNI!'I"I'Ii SIIUFFLEBARGER COVIC CRIIIIR, VIRGINIA IEs'I'0N IIYRNII S'I'III'IIIaNsoN, JR. 1603 Virginia Struct CIlARI,IES'I'0N, wIss'I' VIRGINIA GEORGE DAVID S'I'III'IIIaNsoN 1024 Xvilloughhy Beach NoRIfoI,R, VIRGINIA IIARoI,II CLI'I'I,II-'If S'I'UAR'I' I"oI'IIIIIId Avonuc :Incl 47th Strcc-t GRLAIIOMA CI'I'I', OKLAIIOMA C0RNnI.IUs I-IOWARII SuI.I,AvAN, JR. 724 Grnydon Park NoRIfoI.R, VIRGINIA PIIUI, LIIII SWIIIINI' EAST FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA IIRNRI' TIERREIII. I,os ANGIcI.Izs, cAI.IIfoRNIA DEPARTMENT OF LAW I'IARoI.II Bovcu TIFFANY 1017 C:ImIIr'lIlR'o Crt-scent NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 'EIWVARD VVALRIQR 70 East Seventy-seventh Street NIWV YORK CITY GRORGE FRANKLIN VVIII'I'I.IiY, JR. sMI'I'IIIfII2I.II, VIRGINIA JIsssII CIIARO WIsIa 190 PIensmIt su-een I I-IIN'I'oN, VVIfS'I' VIRGINIA '36 LAW CLASS HISTORY Three years ago an unwary but presentable group of young men gathered for the first time before the sagacious gaze of Lord Mansfield. Very few on that morning could rest easy in the presence of such red-cloaked dignity. Later the noble lord was to become one of the most beloved of 'our family, but after those first tense moments, it was consoling to have the youngest member of the faculty greet the youngest mem- bers of the Law School. Soon the Law Class of '36 was introduced to Cooke v. Oxley and embryonic barristers were phrasing their simplest thoughts in legal terminology. But it was to be a matter of only a few short months until the less cautious of our members were to be made aware of their lack of imagination and then to find solace in the fellowship of "the celebrated horse, Major." Our predecessors of the Class of '35 already had become firmly established in Clark Memorial Hall and shortly introduced the more loquacious of our number to the lux- uries of the leather sofas of the lounge. Even the most scintillating members of the class were tempted into casual conversation and here was born the idea that we were the most brilliant class ever to have undertaken the study of law. Since this humble member of '36 became its unfortunate and harried historian, he has awakened to the fact that even if we should fail to produce the most brilliant legal scholars, there are some mighty politicians in our midst who will go forth in search of new worlds to con- quer with this story heavy on their consciences. After Christmas of our first year, we returned to school with a feeling that at last we had a foothold on the first rung of the ladder that ascends to juristic glory. We I25 I 9 3 C o R K s AN D C u R L s '36 LAW CLASS HISTORY paused and discovered that our class contained a wealth of material in the form of true fellowship. Classmates to whom we had merely nodded previously became con- genial personalities with common interests in our eyes. Our most worthy members were admitted into competition for positions on the Law Review, and one morning we were put on notice that "the road to St. Ives," along which Garrard Glenn assisted our dynamic dean, was to lead to the editor's desk of the Law Review. Long before Feb- ruary the political pot began to boil, caucuses were formed, votes were at a premium and Chief Davis was no longer the sole cigar addict of Clark Hall. The "All Red Ticketi' was doomed to defeat, and the destiny of our first year was placed in the able hands of Chairman Campbell Houston Gillespie, Jr., and Secretary Ithaman Martin Leavitt, jr. V In our second year there emerged into the light of day that mighty political machine, "The Combine," which promised for fair to effect the political thought of ours and succeeding classes. The more colorful members of our class had been taken to the bosoms of those praiseworthy organizations, Phi Delta Phi and Phi Alpha Delta. For fifteen years they had presented candidates for Law School offices to the class. With the genius of Frank Paul Sippley to guide it, the majority of the class was organized with the avowed purpose of choosing a ticket irrespective of any affiliations whatsoever. From the subterranean grottoes of the Law Building, it was rumored that "Holy Joe" Bryant controlled more ballots than the aggregate votes of all factions. Ultimately, the direction of the affairs of the class was awarded by ballot to George Minor Coles, President, whose middle name is so closely associated with the past greatness of the Law School. Elected to assist the President were Warren Ballard, Vice-President, Walter Klaus, Secretary, Edward Walker, Historian. Although we were never privileged to sit under him, the Class of '36 felt a keen sense of loss in learning of the death, on December 13, 1935, of Dean William Minor Lile, who has so many times been affectionately referred to as "Billy" in previous histories of the Law School. We have felt his influence through his friends on the faculty, to whom he was a counselor and friend. At the commencement of our final year, we found that both members of our unofficial court of last resort were to be our student instructors-Edwin Cohen and Walter Klaus. The Law Clubs were to be under the supervision of Edmund Dandridge. Later in the year, both the supervisor and Warren Ballard were to represent the Law School as Vice- President and Treasurer, respectively, of the graduating class of 1936. And in departing from the Law School that has endeared itself to us as no other place could have done, the Class desires to express its obligations and its gratitude to the scholars and gentlemen who have been our instructors and friends during the past three years, to whom will be due, in large measure, any success the Class may obtain in the professional world. "We must move along faster tomorrow." EDWARD WALKER, Historian. I26 Efiyfw-- i-k,,LE3L'?sgS1.x:iE.gs4:1: eg- ' ' f l Hgh D 1,I"n --In-i""'-'.s - iff?-saws K """mHH TTA.. is-, 3-Xivff ' 1 'X -,ri 4 if I-ii' - if . '-ii?" fffmid' ---H.. I -' l :3: ,?i11, M,?, 5 ,'-,- 15 . A6vfiM+frr?a?"f' 'H' 'L 'Y 5 if.ff.'! iaasssssaasisa - 11 1 iff : if' Ei? -'Y-Lfi'f -11 " ff I : "1.L.fg A 1 . 3 13. 2 rziigiv-P' .gif-"" ,--r it-ga: - - O ...T . -A .ef....1.f,:s-sis:-ff2f1..,,,-- DEPARTMENT OF LAW GRADUATING CLASS Ye1rs in University CIIARLES Sco'I"I' ADAMS, JR. . . ..... . 5 . . . - - - . - - - Lynchburg, Virginia fl' K '1'3 T. I. L. K. A.3 German Cluliy "V" Clubg Photographic Editor, CORKS AND CURLS, 19333 Assistant Editor, CORKS AND CURLS, 19343 Manager, Varsity Basketball, 19353 Interfraternity Council3 Governing Com- mittee, Interfraternity Council. JOHN S. AMES, JR. . . ...... . . . 3 - . North Easton, Massacliusetts A K .1413 A 113 B.A., Harvard University, 1932. EUGENE WEAVER AYLOR . . . . . . . 6 - . Brightwood, Virginia FRANKLIN PERKINS BACKUS . . . 3 . . Alexandria, Virginia 0 A X WARREN MCELROY BALLARD . . ...... 8 ......... . Lyucliburg, Virginia 0 X3 Phi Beta KJPPHQ Raven Society3 B.A., with Final Honors, University of Virginia, 19323 Intermediate Honors, 19303 Jefferson Society, 1930-'313 Stephenson Prize, 19333 M.A., University of Virginia, 19353 Law Review, 1934-'363 Student Senate, 1934-'353 P1'L'S1Cl0Ilf, Sflltlfllf Senate, 1935-'363 Vicefpresident, Law School3 Treasurer, Class of 19363 First Year Boxing Team, 19291 Cross-Country, 1929-'30-'323 Track Team, 1930. 31333. MURICE E. HANDLER, JR. . . . 6 - . , , New York City JOIIN B. BAYER, JR. . . . . . 3 - . . Richmond, Kentucky Glee Club. EDWARD CLARKSON BELL, JR. . . . . . . 3 - . . Fredericksburg, Virginia RUSSELL 13Rli1'1'1GAM-1'3RIiCKENRIDGE . . . . 3 - . . . . New York City Dr.-an's List3 President, Graves Law Club. JACOB NORMAN BRIERLEY . . . . . . . 5 . . . Metuchen, New jersey r1,lIl0MAS MOORIE BU'I'I.ER . . . 6 . . . Covington, Virginia A K Xl'. PRESTON LEA CAMPBELL . . ....... 6 - - - . . . - . . . University, Virginia P. K. Society3 First Year Cross-Country, 19303 First Year Boxing Squad, 19313 First Year Lacrosse, 1931. fiEORGli 1V10l-'l-'lE'1"l' COCIIRAN . . ..... . 6 .... . . . . . . . StaIIIItoII, Virginia li 0 ll3 fl' A 1113 "Z"3 T. I. L. K. A.3 Skull and Keyg P. K. Societyg Vice-President, P. K. Society3 lnterfra- teI'nity Councilg Governing Board, Intetfrziternily Council, 1934-'353 Student Assembly, 1933-'343 Student Uniong Intermediate Honors, 19323 B.A., University of Virginia, 1934. JAMES CIIURCII COGGILL . ........ 3 - - - . ---- - - - - New Y0l'k City EIJVVIN SAMUEL C0l'lliN . . ....... 3 . --...-. ., . Richmoncl, Virginia KI' 141 ll3 'I' ll K3 0 A K3 ll A 103 Raven Society3 Virginia Law Review, 1934335- 363 Notes Editor, 1935-'363 Secretary, Graves Law Cllllij Student Assistant in l.aw, 1935-'36. 'TIIOMAS S'l'0Klil.liY COLEMAN . . ..... 3 . - - - Spotsylvania Court I-Iouse, Virginia GEORGE MINOR COLES . ......... 6 ........ . Cliarlottesville, Virginia Z '1'3 "l3"3 "ZH: T. 1. 1.. K. A.3 Skull and Keyg German Clubg "V" Clubg Phi Delta Phig First Year Football and Track, 1930-'3l3 Varsity Football, 1931-'32-'333 Varsity Track, 1932-'33-,343 Captain Track, 19343 G. A. A.3 3-3-33 President, Skull and Key, 19333 President, Law School, 1935-'363 Honor Committee3 Samuel Baker Woods Award3 Dean's Listg B.S., University of Virginia. I RonER'I' FRANK COLKER . ........ 4. -.---- - - . Mirdiell, lnclianzi rF11OMAS POUl.'I'NliY COOK . . . . . 2. . . Kingston, New Jersey Virginia Law Kevin-W3 Glee Club. BENJAMIN RUSI-I Cowl-IERD . . . . 3 . . . Columbia, Virginia CIIARLHS 1312601.12 CUMINGS . . . . . 3 - - - Flint, MiCl1ig1H1 A K 1'1Q Sl' A 'l'3 IMP3 Eli Banana. I27 9 r- ' 3. Z . A gc 41 7 f 4 3, 3 .1 ., X 'ff if as I aiy 5 1, , fc :f 1 A Z2 fy S , T7 'V "aj A If 9 7 I f. v A 4-, V ,Q-2 , 7 -EA Z If? ,7 i',CI.a,-.,,, 1 fa :f,,-.. -of. ORRS we 1 '-02 :f 2'-QJJ 5-'11 .. , I f""' AND URLS ,Z ,6': EE f 1 :g 4:52 ZS' :5 ,area 7 fi ' 1. ,. .. f 5-:P ' fe., 4, f- -: DEPARTMENT OF LAW EDMUND PiiNill.E'1'0N DANDRIDGE, JR. . .... 6 ........ . . Nashville, Tennessee 111 K 'l', fl' A ill, "Z", T. I. L. K. A., "D. O. D. O.", German Club, Virginia Law Review, 1934- '35g Supervisor, Law Club, Raven Society, Interfraternity Council, 1934-'35, Student Assembly, 1933-'34, Vice-President, Class of 1936, First Year Boxing Team, 1931, B.A., University of Virginia. JOHN DIAL . . . . . . . . . . . . GEORGE DILLARD . . . . . . lVIlZREDI'l'l-I CARTER DORTCII . . . WILLIAM HOCRER DRAKE . . K A. fiEORClE HALL GARDNER, JR. . . . 6.. 8. 3. 3. - . . . Columbia, South Carolina . . Charlottesville, Virginia . . South Hill, Virginia . . . Ocala, Florida . . . Washington D. C. 0 A X, Interfraternity Council, 1932-'33, Football Squacl, 1934-'35, Cheer Leader, 1934-'35, 1935-'36i GEORGE COEE CSARRIS . . . . . CAMPl3lil.L HOUSTON GILLESPIE, JR. . . . JOIIN SPRIGG Gll.S'l'ER . .... . JAMES LU'rI-IER GI.Ass . . LIARRARIJ WOOD GLENN . . . lVI1l.'l'ON JERE GREEN . . . . JACKSON LEE GREGORY . . . . . Assistant Business Manager, Virginia Law Review, Legal Fraternity, Dormitory Counselor, 1935-'36. CHARLES 'IQILIJEN HACAN, JR. . . ...... VV11.l.1AM THOMAS HANCOCK . . .... . . fl' A A, Virginia Law Review, Raven Society. JAMES ISAAC HARDY '. ......... . Virginia Law Review, Dean's List, Nash Law Club. GEORGE EVELYN I'IARRlSON . . . ,,, K ,-, AW., T I S.. 3. 5. 5. 3 4... 3 1934-'35, 3. 3. . . Norfolk, Virginia . . Sherman, Texas . . Chester, Illinois . . Gladys, Virginia . . Ivy Depot, Virginia . . . Bristol, Virginia . Birmingham, Alabama Business Manager, 1935-'36, Phi Alpha Delta . . Greensboro, North Carolina . . Bluefield, West Virginia . . Norfolk, Virginia Richmond, Virginia ..., , , . . L. K. A., German Club, President, German Club, President, Student Union, 1933-'34, 1934-'35, 1935-'36, Member, Student Senate, 1933-'34, 1934-'35, 1935-'36, President, Student Senate, 1934-'35, Governing Board, Interfraternity Council. 1933-'34, 1934-'35, 1935-'36, Varsity Football Squad, 1931, 1932, Varsity Track Squad, 1932, 1933, B.S., University of Virginia. AUBREY N. I'IEFl.lN . . ......... 3 . - - . . . . Colonial Beach, Virginia ip A qi, MORRIS GEORGE HEINS, JR. . ........ 3 - - ...... . . Memphis, Tennessee ll' K A, Debating, 1933-'34, Virginia Players, Advertising Manager, Virginia Law Review, 1934-'35. DAVID SIEABURY I-IENREI. . . ....... 3 . ..... . . Burkeville, Virginia 111 K 21, fl' A 'l', Raven Society, Legislation and Book Review Editor, Virginia Lrlrv Review, Dean's List. HARRY H0171-IEIMER . . ....... . . 5 ...,..... . . Norfolk, Virginia Z li 'l', Dean's List, Assistant Sports Editor, College Tupici, 1932-'33, Sports Editor, College Topicr, 1933-'34, Secretary, Nash Law Club, 1935-'36, Assistant Manager of Swimming, 1933, Manager of Swimming, 1934. ASIILI-IY GUY HOPE . . . . . '. ..... 5 ..... . . . . . Norfolk, Virginia fl' A A, Member, Virginia Bar, College Dean's List, 1932-'34, Student Director and Soloist, Glee Club, Glee Club Quartet, Jefferson Society, "Virginia Reel," Assistant Director, St. Paul's Choir. ARTIIUR WYNNE JONES .. ..... . . . 6 ........ . . Hampton, Virginia 0 X, Intermediate Honors, Fencing, Intramural Boring, Basketball, Handball, Chess Team. WALTER WIIITLOCR KLAUS . . ...... 3 ......... ..Richmond Virginia Z B 'l', Phi Beta Kappa, A.B., Cornell University, Law School Dean's List, Secretary-Treasurer, Law School, Student Assistant in Law, Student Advisory Council, Minor Law Club, Applicant for Final Honors, Virginia Luw Review, Editorial Board and Decisions Editor, Virginia Law Review. GEORGE BARROW KREGER . ........ 3 ...... . Abingdon, Virginia Phi Alpha Delta, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute. CHARLES FREMONT LATIMER . . ...... 5 ......... . Muskegon, Michigan fl' Z K, tl' A A, President, ll' E K, 1935, President, 'lf A A, 1936, Dean's List, Second Decisions Editor, Virginia Law Review. ITHAMAN MARTIN LEAV1'1"l', JR. . . ..... 5 ......... . Portsmouth, Virginia Raven, Phi Alpha Delta, Virginia Law Review, President, Nash Law Club, College Dean's List, Law School Dean's List. FRANKLIN BUTLER LORD, JR. . . . HENRY RIDGWAY MACY . . . . WILLIAM KING MAPP . 5 . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia 3 - . . Charlottesville, Virginia 5 ' - - ....... . Keller, Virginia fl' K 2, Skull and Key, First Year Football, First Year Swimming, Dormitory Counselor, 1935-'36. JOHN MINOR MAURY, JR. . ........ Charlottesville Virginia 5 .... . . . . . . . A 'I' A, A ll, First Year Football Team, 1931-'32, First Year Boxing Team, 1932, First Year Track Team, 1932, Varsity Football Squad, 1932-'33, 1933-'34, 1934-'35, College Dean's List, Student Social Committee. JOI-IN HENRY M1I.I.ER, JR. . . . . . .... 3 .... . . . . . Charlottesville, Virginia Football Squad, 1933-'34. WILLIAM STUART MOI'FE1'I', JR. . .... . 3 - . Staunton, Virginia Phi Alpha Delta, Justice, Phi Alpha Delta. 128 DEPARTMENT OF LAW RICHMOND MOORE, JR.. ......... 7. . .-.. . . . . Richmond, Virginia A XP: Phi Beta Kappa: Raven: Phi Delta Phi: IMP: Eli Banana: Skull and Key: P. K. Society: Virginia Law Review: Vice-President, Class of 1933: Editor-in-Chief, College Tnpirr, 1932-'33: B.A., University of Virginia: Intermediate Honors: Dt-an's List: Golf Team, 1932: Treasurer, P. K. Society, 1934-'35: CoRKs AND CURLS Staff, 1930-'32: Student Law Council. JAMES CARY PAGE . . ..... . . BERNARD PROTZIEI. . . ...... . . A M X: B.S., University of Virginia. JAMES DAWSON REEDER, JR. . . . . . . . . B.S., University of Virginia Check Committee, 1935-'36. HOMER CLEVELAND RlfY'N0l.llS B.S., University of Virginia. JAMES WARREN ROBIBRTSON . 6 . . . . Richmond, Virginia 6 - . . Harrison, New Jersey 6 - .... .... . Baltimore, Maryland : Boxing Squad, 1931-'33: Baseball Squad, 1931: Fencing Team, 1931, 1932: Bad 6. . - . . .... . Marietta, Georgia 5 - - .... - . . . Beaverdam, Virginia Phi Alpha Delta: Virginia Law Review: College Dean's List: Law School Dean's List: Applicant for Degree with Final Honors. KERM1'l' VINSON ROOKIZ . . . . . . . OREN Roof, JR. A 41: -lr A -I LEicu'roN PARKS 'I' I' A: A ll: P. K. Society: Interfraternity Council, Varsity Cross-Country, 1933-'34. JuLEs FRANK ROSIENBAUM . . ....... Student Assembly, 1934-'35 Glee Club, 1934-'35: ANILLIAM COATIES RouN'rREY. . . . . . EDWARD LAWRENCE RYAN, JR. .. . . . . . A 'I' U: Representative, Virginia Law Review BERNARD SALZBHRG .. . . . . . . . ROP1'IR.......... RAYMOND CLARK SAUNIHERS .. . . . . . Applicant for Degree with Final Honors. ARMIN MCGREGDR SCIILESINCER . . ..... Richmond, Virginia 5.. ,, 3. .-.. . . . New York City 1: Raven Society: Managing Editor, Virginia Law Review. . Norfolk, Virginia 1934-'35: Student Assembly, 1934-'35: Glee Club, 1935-'36: 5 .......... Z 'l': First Year Football and Basketball, 1930: P. K. Society: Skull and Keys. '.l'110MAS GILLESPIE SCULLY . . . . . . . :Ir K slr GEORGE CIIESTER SEWARD . . ..... . . 6 ....... . Newport News, Virginia Virginia Players: First Year Lacrosse Team. 5 . - . . . .... . Altavista, Virginia 3 . - . . Richmond, Virginia 3 - - . Norfolk, Virginia 5 r - . . Leesburg, Virginia 6 . . . . . . . - . . Naples, Florida 3 . . .... . VVinchester, Virginia 7 - - - ..... . . Louisville, Kentucky B.A., with Final Honors in Philosophy, University of Virginia: Phi Beta Kappa: Raven: Delta Sigma Rho: Jefferson Society: President, Jefferson Society, 1933: Chairman, Council of Debate, 1933-'34-'35: Debating Team: Board of Directors, University of Virginia man, 1935: Public Speaking Assistant. THOMAS fiARNE'l"1'1i S11UFl-'l.liBARG1iR . . . . . Magazine: Summer Honor Committee, 1933, 1934, Chair- Delta Sigma Phi: Delta Sigma Rho: Jefferson Society: Virginia Players, 1930-'3Z: Madison Hall Cabinet, 1930-'32: College Dean's List, 1930-'31: duPont University Council of Debate, 1935-'36. Es'roN BYRNE S'l'1iI'l1liNSON, JR. . . . . GEORGE DAVID STEPIIIENSON . . ...... University Table Tennis Champion: Basketball Squ HAROLD CU'l'I.lFF S'ruAR'r . ........ 5 - . . ...... . Cove Creek, Virginia Scholar: University Debating Team, 1931-'32: President, 5 . . . . Charleston, West Virginia 3 . - - . - . . . Norfolk, Virginia ad: Track Squad. 6 ....... . Oklahoma City, Oklahoma A K IC: "13": IMP: Eli Banana: A II' P. K. Society: "V" Club: G. A. A., 1933-'35: President, 1933- '34: 3-3-3, 1933-'35: First Year Boxing Team, 1930-'3l: First Year Baseball Squad, 1930-'31: Varsity Boxing Team, 1931-'34: Captain, 1934: Southern Conference Junior Middleweight Champion, 1934: First Year Boxing Coach, 1934-'36: Vice-President, Academic School, 1932-'33: Chairman, Bad Check Committee, 1932-'33: Stu- dent Assembly, 1932-'34: Student Senate, 1932-'3-1: Dean's List. CORNIELIUS II. SULLAVAN, JR. . . ...... A '1' sz PAUL LEE SWEENY . . .... . .... 4, ...- .... . Norfolk, Virginia 6 ...... . East Falls Church, Virginia Phi Beta Kappa: B.S., University of Virginia, 1934: Intermediate Honors: Echols Math Club: Member, Vir- ginia Bar: Golf, 1934-'35: Applicant for LL.B. with Finial Honors: Intramural Basketball and Football. HENRY TERRELL .. . . ..... . . . 'I' li Xl': Law Club. 1-IARoLD 13oYcE TIITFANY . . . EDWARD WALKER . . . ......... K E: A ll: Historian, Law School, 1935-'36, fiEORCE FRANKLIN W1l1'1'l.E!', JR. . . .... fl' K E: 'I' A 'I': Editorial Board, Virginia Law Rrvi JEssE CLARO WrsE . . . ...... . . 3 ........ . Los Angeles, California 5 . . . . Norfolk, Virginia 5 . . . . New York City 3 ..... . Smithfield, Virginia cw: Dean's List. 5 .... . . . . Hinton, West Virginia II K A: Phi Alpha Delta: College Dean's List: Law School Dean's List. I29 MIl.l.S EDWIN GODWIN, JR. . . DEPARTMENT OF LAW JOIIN MI'I'ClIEl.I. WOODS BACON ROEERT EDWARD BANKS, JR. . . EVANS HOPKINS BARRli'l"l' . . SIGMUND JOSEIIII BECK . . MARIANNE BELL . . . . . HUIIERT DOUGI.As BENNET1' . . SPENCER SI'I'zMAN BERGHR . . GRll9'l? GI.OVER BERKEI,EY . . . SAMUEL BIGEI.OW . . . . JUI.IUS BIRGE . .... . DRURY HARVEY .BLAIR . . . DOUGLAS VVAl.'l'liR BROVVN, JR. RANDOLEII ALEXANDER BROWN ALGERNON SIDNEY BUI-'ORD, Ill LYTI.E DEWITT BURNS, JR. . . MARGARET LLEWELLYN CARTER JOIIN MINOR CASKIE . . . . I'IARRY ELLWOOD CLARK, JR. . DUNCAN MCRAE COCKE . . GEORGE VEAL CRHDLI5, JR. . CIIARLES IVIE'I'CAI.l" CRUMP . GEORGE III'I'l.IiR DAVIS, JR. . . ROEERT HII.I. DAVIS, JR. . . . CIIARLES MARSIIALL DAVISON, JR. EDWARD GRIlflf1'I'lI DODSON, JR. . PIENRY ANIIERSON DUDLEY, JR. . MARClil.I.US KEY DUERSON, JR. . . WII.I.IAM H. EICKBLBIIRGICR . . JOIIN PAGE El.l.I0'l"l' . . . . . VVILLIAM PERRY EPHS, JR. . . RICIIARD GRANvII.LE ERGIINIIRIGIIT W7Il.l.lAM IIBNRY FII.E, JR. . . JACKSON LEE FRAY . . . . WILEUR LINDSAY FUCATIE . . CIIARLES WALTER UASCUB, JR. . . HENRY IIAYVVOOD GI.AssIE, JR. . HARRY GOLDFARB . . . . ROBERT CAMEE GOODMAN . . BROOKS DII.I. GRAND . . . BENTON FFIIOMAS GRANT . . ARTIIUR POWELL GRAY, Ill . HARVEY 'IQHOMAS I'IALI., JR. . . OSMYN MII.TON HARRIS, JR. . . GEORGE DAWSON I'IlEA'l'll, III . . EDMUND WALI.ER IIIENING, JR. . . JOIIN BACON Jlil"l"RliSS, lll . . RALPII MECIIAEER JERSKEY . . ROYSTON JIiS'l'ER, III . . . . SECOND- Charleston, W. Va. . . Savannah, Ga. . . Danville, Pa. . New York, N. Y. . DIIlIIth, Mlllll. . . ChatlIam, Va. . . FliIIt, Mich. . . Dayton, Ohio . .PIllII'lyl'1l, Va. . New York, N. Y. . . Danville, Va. Huntington, VV. Va. . . Louisville, Ky. . Richmond, Va. . Norfolk, Va. . . Danville, Va. . . University, VII. Y E A R C L A S S ALEERT WALKER JOHNSO N . . . . Washington, D. C. WII.I.IAM MOOR KAIILER . . . . Alexandria, Va. SIIUI.ER ANDERSON KIZER . . . .Lynchhurg, Va. ROBERT KOTEEN . ......... Norfolk, Va. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KRAlTl?ER'l', JR. . Tirusville, Pa. SIDNEY EARI. KREKIER . ...... Portsmouth, Va. 'I'HOMAS J. LAlfl"liY, JR. . ..... Wilmington, Del. KA'l'IIYRN MAIIALIA LANDRETI-I . .... Galax, Va. PAUI. LEROY LA'I'llAM . . . . COLIN CAMPBIZLI. MACRA JAMES JONES IVIARSHALI., WII.I.IAM IVIARVHI. . . . ROEERT IIENRY MAY, JR. CIIARI.Es GARRISON MEYER, JR. . rrlIOMAS DVVIGHT MORRIS WILLIS ALDEN NEAL . . CASKIH NORVBLI., JR. . . JOIIN OWEN 0'I'IARIi . . GEORGE IIINSON PARKER, JR. . . MEADE CARRINGTON PATRICK . . GILB ERT ICUGEN li PENCIE, EDMUND Bl.ACKS'I'0NE PERKINS . HENRY I-IYMAN PIKE . . FRANK LYON POLK, JR. . LEWIS ROSS PROSSIIR . . EIIEORGIE WILLARD RAE . GORDON FRYER RAINEY . JAMES ENOS RAY . . . JOIIN Al.IiXANDliR RIDI.EY NORMAN IIYDB ROBBINS PAUL LOUIS ROSENEERG . . . . IVIA'I"l'llliW HAROLD ROSEN JOIIN EI.DRED SllIIil.DS . . STUART HANCOCK SIIINN ,ARTIIUR EDWARD SMITII MARTIN CHARLES STONE . ROY LOUIS SYKES . . ..... . . Plandome, N. Y. . San E, JR. . Juan, Porto Rico . Farmville, Va. JR... .. . . . .Greenville, Del. .. . . . .Norfolk, Va. . . . Bayside, N. Y. . Staten Island, N. Y. . . .Quincy, Mass. . . Greensboro, N. C. . . . Carney's Point, N. J. . . . Franklin, Va. . . Danville, Va. JR. . . . . Woodstock, Va. . . Norwich, COIID. D. C. . . New York, N. Y. . . . .Washington, . .Johnson City, Tenn. . . . Brielle, N. J. Okla. . . . .AslIland, Va. . . Oklahoma City, . . .Waverly, Va. . . . . Islip, I.. I., N. Y. . New York, N. Y. ELUM . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Norwich, COIIII. . . . . Betterton, Md. . . . . ROHIIORC, Va. . . Kingsport, Tenn. . . Norfolk, Va. . . . Easton, Md. . Williamsburg, Va. . . . Norfolk, Va. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Warrenton, Va. . . University, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . Richmond, Va. . . Roanoke, Va. . . Lynchburg, Va. . . Accomac, Va. . . University, Va. Newport News, Va. . . . Staunton, Va. . Beckley, W. Va. . . Culpeper, Va. . . Radford, Va. . . Savannah, Ga. . Chevy Chase, Md. . ChIIckatIIck, Va. . Hartford, Conn. . . . Norfolk, Va. . . Millbrook, N. Y. . . UIIiversity, Va. . . West Point, Va. . . . Roanoke, Va. . Newport News, Va. . . . Florence, S. C. . . Richmond, Va. New Rochelle, N. Y. . . New York, N. Y. . . Lynchburg, Va. DoNAI.D QUEE 'IFAYLOR . RICIIARD IILACKBURN VEUCKER, . . Montclair, N. J. JR. . . Pittsburgh, Pa. ALEXANDER JULIUS VON TIIELEN . Charlottesville, Va. EUGENE EDWARD WAGER, JR, . NEAL MUSTARD WELCII . . MCDONALD VVlEl.l.FORD . . . IVIA'I"I'IlIiVV CULLEN WILKIN . CIIARLES Kl.l.l.IAN WoL'I'z . . CARL PAIGE WOOLRIDGE . . . JOSEPII VVILLIAM WoRI,EY . EDWARD FRANKLIN YoUNGER,. WII.I.IAM LOUIS ZIMMER, Ill . . . . Ellensburg, Wash. . . Milton, Del. . . . .RICllmflllCl, Va. . Salt I.ake City, Utah . . . . Salem, Va. . . . Bluefield, W. Va. . . . Louisville, Tenn. JR. . . Lynchburg, Va. . . Petersburg, Va. WILI.IAM AMOS ALEXANDER . JOIIN BEN'l'l.IiY ANDERSON . . EDGAR MA'1"I'IIliWS ANDREWS, JR. VVII.I.IAM CONWAY ARMSTRONG GEORGE LLOYD BAILEY, JR. . . DONALD JOSEI-II BARKER . VVII.I.IAM BODDIIZ BAR'l'IiI.S . JOIIN HEIIBURN BLAIWFER . . HARRY BI.A'l"I' . . . . . . LOUIS BATHMAN BLISSARD , , JAMES MOTI.EY HOOKER . . ROBERT MALCOLM BOOTII . J. REES TATE BOWEN . . . LAMBIZRT r1iIlOMAS BOYD, JR. . . ROGER GRliVll.l.E BROOKS BROOME PERCY BROVVN, JR. .. . . . . HAYNIES HOGE BRUCE . . . RUBEN ESTEBAN CAI,DERON . r1'lIOMAS DALE CARTER . . DORR CLAYTON CASTO, JR. . . VACIIHI. TIIOMAS CIIIEARS, JR. . SOI. IRWIN CIIENMAN . . . . HERBERT BROOKE CIIERMSIDE, JR. LINDSEY CABBLI. CLAIBORNE . . GEORGE WEBER COEN . . . . CADVVALLADER JONES COLLINS . CLAUDE HORACH COMBS . . . ROBERT CROMWELL .. . . . FRANCES JIiANNIi'l"l'li CUSIIMAN . JOIIN MARIS CU'rSINGER . . . TIIOMAS BURRUSS P. DAVIS . DUDIIEY OLIVER DAWSON . . MARVIN BUNCE DAY . . . . RAYMOND GREGORY DICNNIE . . WII.I,IAM Pli'l"l'Y DICKSON, JR. . Jlil-'FRIESS SAMUEL DORTCII, JR. . RUSSELL IJAVID IEIILE . . . . AI.vIN r1tllOMAS EMBREY, JR. . . ALLEN BROWN ENDICOTT, lll . . AUGUSTUS CIIARLES EIIES . . JOIIN CIIARLES FERGUSON . . . HENRY MANAIIIICR FITZIIUGII, III JOIIN ROBERT FUNK . . . . . SIIENCER Gl.AS GILI., JR. . . . MERCER VVALLER GOl.DSMl'I'll . . MARVIN IJIBRIELI. GO0llRlCll, JR. TIIOMAS CIIRISTIAN GORDON, JR. MARVIN GILES GRAIIAM . . . HARRY BRICIE GRAVES . . EDVVARD W. GREGORY . . GEORGE LESI.IE fiUl.l.li'l"l'lE . . MORRIS BERNARD GU'l"l'IiRMAN . ARTIIUR WIDEMAN HARRISON . DEPARTMENT OF LAW FIRsT.YEARcI.Ass . Rocky Mllllllt, VII. . Owensboro, Ky. . Richmond, VII. . . Richmond, VII. . . Keswick, VII. . . NyIIck, N. Y. . MemplIis, Tenn. . . l'I0llSt0ll, Texas . IIIII'risonhIIrg, VII. PoI't Norris, N. J. . . 1,0ftSi'Dlll'p,', VII. New BritIIiII, Cllllll. . . Tazewell, VII. . WIIvelIIIId, Miss. . . Poindexter, VII. ChIIrlottesville, VII. . . . .BlIIIId, VII. F1lJIlI'il0, Porto Rico . . .lRlll1VlllC, VII. West OrIInge, N. J. . . Edenton, N. C. . . .NOrfolk, VII. Charlotte C. H., VII. . . RiClll'I10llli, Va. . LKIIICKISYCF, Ohio . . Norfolk, VII. . . GrIIndy, VII. . . Baltimore, Md. Charlottesville, VII. IIId. . .Fl'1llllilill, StIIndIIrdsville, VII. . Woodbridge, VII. . . l'I11l'tf0l'Cl, COIIII. West Hartford, ConII. Viljlilliil Bench, VII. . . South Hill, VII. . . Annapolis, Md. . FI'l'liCI'lCkSiJlll'g, VII. VeIItIIor City, N. J. . . Richmond, VII. . . CorIIopolis, PII. . VVestminister, Md. . . LyIIchbIIrg, VII. . . .Norfolk, VII. Ci1l'iSliIlllSl3lll'Q,', VII. . PCfCl'Sl1lll'j.I, VII. . . Richmond, VII. . . Elliston, VII. . UniverIIity, VII. . Narrows, VII. . BlZlCkSl3lIl'1,!,', VII. . . Norfolk, VII. . . Richmond, VII. SFUART FIZAGANS HEAD . . . RAYMOND LEONARD HIQSS, JR. . VVII.I.IAM VVARD HILL, JR. . '1ill0MAS OiNEIl.l. HINDMAN . . EDWARD SACIIS HIRSCIII.ER , , REx JAMES HOWARD . . . AUSTIN HOYT . . . . . . ROBERT TI-IRUSTON HUBARD . . JOSEIIII 'PIIOMAS HURT1' . . CIIARLES S. HU'l'ZI.liR , , RICIIARD ANDREW JACKSON . . JAMES lfMMlE'l"l' JORDAN, JR. . . ARTIIUR S'l'liVVAR'l' .KIERR . . MALCOLM FRAZIER KING . . VVII.I.IAM BULLOCK KIZER . JEROME MIl.'l'0N ICOIIN . . HERMAN Gll.BlER'l' ICOPLEN . . . Charlottesville, VII. . . . Illlliilllii, PII. . . . Amherst, VII. . ChIIttIInoogII, Tenn. . . . . Norfolk, VII. . West HIIrtford, Conn. . . . Beacon, N. Y. . Fayetteville, W. VII. . N1lSSHNN'8Ki0X, VII. . . Richmond, VII. . . I'IZlI'I'iSOIli3lll'g, VII. . . Petersburg, VII. . ChIIttIInoogII, Tenn. . . . Bristol, VII. . Lynchhurg, VII. . . Billings, Mont. . . . Danville, VII. FIIOURNOY LEONARD LARGENT, JR. . . . . Boyce, VII ANDRIEVV KEAN LIEAKB . . . VVII.I.IAM NORRIS LEONARD . . JOIIN TIIOMIISON LOVETT, lll . l?RliDIiRlCK CAREY I.0Vl'l"I' . . CIIARLES WESLEY LUSK, JR. . AI.l"RBD iVlARSIlAl.I. LU'l"l'Rlil.l. . EDWARD IIEMOND MACRENEIE . JAMES 1.ATINUS MCl.IEMORli, JR RICIIARD HOLBROOK MARRIOTT . . . East LeIIke, VII. . . .ROX'VZlyf0Il, Conn. . . Little Silver, N. J. . . Memphis, Tenn. . Ci1IIllIlIl0gi1, Tenn. . . VVinchester, VII. . . Louisville, Ky. . . Suffolk, VII. Rll'lI3I'l:0l'll, New Jersey HARRY SIIEI-I-ARD MARTIN . . . CI1IIrloIIesville, Vn. HARRY EDWARD MAULL . . VVII.I.IAM AI.LEN MELVIN . . . ROBIiR'l' LATANE IVIONTAGUIE . . WOOLRIDGE BROVVN MORTON, JR. . . BENJAMIN NIELDS, Ill . .... . . . . . Lewes, Del. . Newport News, VII. . . Charleston, S. C. . Chatterton, VII. . . Rye, N. Y. SIEVHRN MARClil.l.US N0'l"l'lNGllAM, JR. . . Orange, XIII. FRANK ANTIIONY 0,BRIEN, JR. VVII.I.IAM JERESLAW OWEN . . JOIINSON DILKS PEPPER . . FIERDINAND POVVICLI., JR. . . . ARTIIUR MURRAY PRESTON . . . . W7i1CClillg, VV. VII. . . . .AkrOn, Ohio . Dividing Creek, N. J. . J0i'lllS0ll City, Tenn. . . w7HSilillgt0l1, D. C. BENJAMIN SPO'l"l'SVVO0D PRESTON, JR. Chzirlcstmi, W. VII, f.il0VANNl PRliVI'l'Al.l . . . . CIIARLIES Wlll'l'NliX' PRICE. . i'lOWARD GARRl5'l"l' PURNIEIIII . . VVII.I.IAM VINCENT RAVVLINGS . RICIIARD B. REIMERS .... HOVVARD VVILLARD RIIODES, JR. R. VOI.I.IE RICIIARDSON . . . JOIIN COWDEN ROGERS, JR. - . FRANCIS COI.EMAN ROSHNBERGIER ROBERT I.OVE ST. JOIIN . . . I.oUIsE SAMPSON . .... . . . . New York City . Louisville, Ky . . Lcwishurg, PII . . . Cnpron, Va . New York City . . . I.j'lli'lli7lIl'g', VII . . . lIIImptOn, VII. . . McDonald, PII. . . . Alexandria, VII. . . W7Zl5hil1EfOIl, D. C. . . Clifton Forge, VII. NORMAN CUNNINGIIAM SCOTT . . Fredericksburg, VII. CIIARLES DAMARIN SCUDDIER, JR. . Bllellil Vista, Ohio g ,W C if ,z',-f:,Z,..,, ORKS iiffab :ew AN D Cu R LS F'-7 EE 4:1 ,.. :g 1-41- ,,.1 I Q :E Ii -. f':z' ff 2 EE nf' f. ' ol ALFRED BURDON SECCOMIIE L.A VV D E P.A R.T R4 E N T CD F WRST-YEAR CLASS . . .CllCI'I'J'llillC', Va. VIRGINIUS RANDOLPH SIIACKIEIJORI7, JR. . Orangr, Va, LEONARD DANIEL SIIEADS . FFIIOMAS ROGERS SIIEPIIICRD CIIARLIIS EARLII SMITH, JR. F. REEVES SMITII, JR. . . HORACIZ EDWARD SMITH . . HOWARD VVORTI1 SMITH, JR. . PAUL CONVVAY SMITII . . . THOMAS SMITII .. . . . VVILLIAM AI.BIiR'I' SOURS, JR JOIIN PHILIP S'I'AI"I"ORl7, JR. WILI.IAM EDVVIN S'l'Ii1'III5NS . . ALIIERT SVIIIRA .... CAIIELI. MAYO IIQABB . , BAXLEY FFROVVIER EIIANKARD JOHN RODGIERS FFANKARD . . . .AIexandI'ia, Va. . University, Va. . Charlotte, N. C. . Pittsfield, Mass. . . Red Lion, Pa. . Alexandria, Va. . . The Plains, Va. . Brooklyn, N. Y. St. Cloud, Fla. . . Easton, Md, . Monndsville, W. Va. . Bridgeport, Crnn. . . Richmond, Va. . Franktown, Va. . Franktown, Va. V SPECIAL S ADRIAN LOUIS SONN . . V LI.IiWHI.IIYN CRUIKSIIANK I1llI0MAS, Porto Alegre, Brazil . Washington, D. C. . . . Orange, Texas . . New York City BERNARD REID IFOLSON, JR. . . FRIZDHRIC BAUCIIMAN VIKRIMBLIE JUIJES LEON WACHT . . . . QTEORCIE VVIISLEY WAIT . .... Watertown, N. Y. ALIEXANIJIER ATKINSON WALDROP, JR. . . Roanoke, Va. DUl1'FliI. S'l'EI'IIENSON WATSON . . . University, Va. DEMI-SEV VVIEAVIER, JR. . . . . . Nashville, Tenn. JOSEPH EDISON WHITINO . . .Richmond, Va. WILLIAM HAYES WIOGINS . VVILLIAM LARKIN VVIIILIAMS . . EDWIN SIIERVVOOD WILSON . . . .BarIOw, Ky. . Washington, D. C. . .RoseIand, Va. . Waynesboro, Va. . New York City JAMES RUSSELL WISELY . JOHN RICIIARD WOLI-' . . . CHARLES FIELDING 'YOUNG . . IVIICRVIN ALLEN ZIIEGLEK . . . Colorado Springs, Colo. . . . .Ozark, Ala. T U D E N T . . I'I1lI'I'ISOIll3lIl'g, Va. 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ALFRED LITTLEFIELD SMITH President Vice-President JOHN WARREN MONTAGUE MCLEMORE BIRDSONG Treasurer Secretary EDWARD SCOTT RAY Historian I33 I 9 3 ,, ., , 5- :2 - ffm? 4 3: 4 Z'P 1 1 f' 1' , 5' M,-fff4,g5,, ORKS W aff' "Wh :7 9"4JJ L. f .. , if ' E29 AND CURLS gf ,' ,- Zi I 7 52 I 2? DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE JOHN EDWIN ADAMS S34 Rlvcrmunt Avenue LYNCIIBURG, VIRGINIA JOHN THOMPSON BROWN AMBIIER 371 Allison Avenuo ROANOKE, VIRGINIA EI,I.Is APRIL 1144 Stewart Avenue BALLSTON, VIRGINIA JULIAN RUIPEIN BHCKWITII 21 North 1vI:.u'k-at Street I1E'I'ERsuURG, VIRGINIA WII.I.IAM EDWARD BIPPUS 77 Sixteenth Slroot VVIIIEIEIJNC, VIRGINIA CARRINGTON LEONARD BOOKER I.o'I"I'snuRG, VIRGINIA FREDERICK HARDY BOWEN 2000 Park Street JAcKsONvII.I.E, FLORIDA ROBERT MANI-'RED CAI.DWIZI.I, GAI,A,x, VIRGINIA JOHN RANDOLPH TIUCKER CARMICIIAEI. 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DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE EIWVIN LAWRENCE KliNIJlG, JR. vIc'I'ORIA, VIRGINIA DANIEL DAVID KI.Al'l' 744 VVHHOII Struct llANVIl,I.I5, VIRGINIA MARION SUMIIIER LOVE nANvII.LE, VIRGINIA JOsEI'II H. Low, JR. WELCOME, VIRGINIA WILLIAM EUGENE LYNN I.ovE'I"I'svII.I.Ia, VIRGINIA JOIINNIH ARMs'I'RONG MCCULLOUOII UNlVIiRSl'1'Y, VIRGINIA ROIIIIRI' VVll,I.lAM MCCULLOUOII uNIvERsI'I'v, VIRGINIA JEAN McNu'I"I' MARTIN MIImI.IsERoOIc, VIRGINIA BERNARD SOLOMON MIZIQOCII 1409 A1'nIistIvad BP. Rd. NORFOLK, VIROINIA JOIIN WA'I'sON MORRIS 208 Gruy Court ApzII'tmOIIts wINs'I'oN-SALEM, NOR'I'I-I CAROLINA DEPARTMENT CDF MEDICINE Gseoucls WRM' MORSE 231 North Elm Avr-nun I'OR'I'SMOU'I'II, VIRGINIA Nowuu. DARIDEN Nm.Ms 1324 Chesapeake Avvnue I'IAMP'I'0N, VIRGINIA Ronmu' BURWEI.I. Nm,soN, ju. WINCIIES'I'IiR, vnuzmm Iolm KIILLER OWEN 329 FIs'tI-enth Street uwxvlaksxrv, vnuzmm CHARLES GRANIDISON PIEARSON NORFOLK, VIRGINIA GIIIQNN WARD Pun-Ps n.fu,Ax, vmcmm Enwman Sco'1'1' RM' Asm.ANn, vmcmm JOHN CALHOUN RISIIIER Onkhurst. Clrclu UNIVIERSITY, vmcmm AI.IEXANIlRR ARMs'rRoNc Sr. Cmm 2009 Bland Road BI.UIiI"IIiI4IJ, wlssu' vmcmm josmn Tnorvms Suow,u.'rm4 cAMnkm, vxncmm CORKQ . ff! ,. V ,. 1 -: f ,- , . :IQ 52 42' 15 Z fa 1: 7 :3 Zi F ,, ,, 5: ii fJ1E . 1. 4 Z 5 1 5. Q ,Q ,,4,--.., 1 -J : f,, - -, 'of- ,,- :2 off: 5-X --,ff 9-., --., "2f'AND CURLS DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE A. L. SMI'I'I-I uNIVnRsI'I'y, VIRGINIA WAL'I'oN I-II2RIII:R'I' SPRINGALI, 4S01W WVm'th Street IIAI.I.As, 'I'I3xAs CI-IARLES WILLIS S'I'IznL, JR. 635 West Main cRAIf'roN, wIfs'I' VIRGINIA WILLIAM NORMAN TIIORN'I'0N, JR, coUR'I'I.ANn, VIRGINIA ERIC TwAcII'I'MAN GREIINWICII, coNNnc'I'IcU'I' OswAI.n MAssENA WEAVER UNIvIIRsI'I'Y, VIRGINIA FRIIIIIIRICK YORROFF nao Ridge street cIIARI.o'r'I'nsVII.I,n, VIRGINIA JoI-IN WII"I'IzN Yos'I', JR. 505 Prichard Street wII.I,IAIvIsoN, wIzs'I' VIRGINIA iff VAS' f 04 uf ,N Nx ' U ., oil. J . WLS XQWJ ' Lf- 46' if VZJ 3 ' i ' W ."."cfw J J XX - 1 f , 9.0 I, y J f , WL' XXV' V tif. FN ., l' - 1, i 'A xx ,U i K A .L i. Ewa , A .1151 Ja, ,- 4 k"774zf, -Q ii .1 " "' . ly- a i 3' 1 p A 5. 41,5 'I L.-,Q 1 ' i,,7fi,4H .i may 11 . 5 hug. -Q 1'-'ili1l ::mlii5'lll'!!i-Q " iguli wig.-:.'31b'l"' ,l '- 1 QT' .p ga, J: .-ga.. .ggi-zz.-- ,ly in .ii2fi5.9.:ff -N fa - iff. f ,.f.a.f,.ss1'!,--fa-I X 'gf f--4,""'l'l'5.',y4:?r,: ,,,'f ,, xi. .. ff" -Sv .ixfsgse-9: X DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE GRADUATING Years in University JOHN EDWIN ADAMS . .......... 7 . . Phi Beta Pi: B.S., University of Virginia. JOHN 'lill0Ml'SON BROVVN AMBl.liR . . . . . 8 . . Iii.i.is APRH. . ............. 8 . . Intermediate Honors: B.S., University of Virginia. JULIAN RUl"l"IN BliCKWl'l'll . ....... 4- - Alpha Omega Alpha: Raven Society. VVll.l.lAM EDVVARD Bit-I-Us . ........ 7 . - Alpha Chi Rho: Phi Beta Pi: Track Team, 1930-'3l. CARRINGTON LEONARD HOOKER . ...... 5 . Phi Chi. FRiiDiiR1cR HARDY BOVVIEN . ........ 7 - - - CLASS . . Lynchburg, Virginia . . Roanoke, Virginia . . Ballston, Virginia . . Petersburg, Virginia . . VVheeling, VVest Virginia . . Lottshurg, Virginia . . . . . . . Jacksonville, Florida Phi Delta Theta: Calconon: l3.S., University of Virginia First Year Football Squad, l929: College Topics, Reporter, l93I: Associate Editor, Cnllegi- Topics, 1932: Pliotngraphic Editor, Coaxs AND CuRl.s, 1932. ROnnR'r MANPRRD CAl.lJVVlil.l. . . ...... 4 . .-.. ..... . . Galax, Virginia Phi Chi. JOHN RANDOLPH 'TUCKIER CARMICHAEI. . . . . 4 . . . . . . Kyroek, Kentucky Kappa Alpha: Nu Sigma Nu: Alpha Omega Alpha: Raven Society. LhON RICHARD CUl.BlER'l'SON . ...... . 7 - - - JAMies Lucius DAVIS . . . . . 4 - RicnARD BU'l'l.liR FiiRc:usON . . . 4 . Phi Chi. LUCIAN MINOR FIERRIS . . . 2 - IIHNRY CARRiNm'ON FLHMINO . . . 4 . Phi Chi: Alpha Omega Alpha. JOHN OSHORNIZ l7Ul.l5NWllJl5R, JR. . . . 2 . Nu Sigma Nu. EDGAR Cohnv ESARRARD . . . 5 - K A: Phi Beta Pi. Pl5Ml1ROKIi '.l'll0MSON GROVE . . 6 . Phi Chi. Lrmz JAMIESSON IIANsnROuoH . ....... 4 - - Kappa Alpha: Nu Sigma Nu: lirandon Academy of Science. FORRics'r GH.RiisoN l'IARl'lfR . ....... 6 . . Alpha Kappa Kappa: Glue Club. CARRINGTON llARRisON . . . . ...... . 7 - - . . . . . Norton, Virginia . . Raccoon Ford, Virginia . . Clinton, South Carolina . . Starkville, Mississippi . . Grafton, VVest Virginia . . Monroe, North Carolina . . . . . Roanoke, Virginia . . Summit Point, West Virginia . . Front Royal, Virginia . . Staunton, Virginia . . . . . . . . Danville, Virginia Delta Phi: "l3" Society: "ZH: T. I, I.. K. A.: Nu Sigma Nu: Alpha Omega Alpha: Raven Society: B.A., University of Virginia: First Year Basketball, l930: Varsity Basketball Team, l93l-'32-'33: "V" Club, Vice- President, '35g Intermediate Honors: President of Graduating Class, 36. SAM VVAI.'l'liR HUDDLIQ . ......... 7 -'----- - Rllffll Refffilfi Vifgilllil A K K. FRANK Ahorsius KIEARNEY, II . . . . 4 - - - Pl100lHlSi Virginia Nu Sigma Nu. l39 9 9 1. is 2 9 22 '4 1, 9. if 96 4"- 2,3 .Q Q A DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE EDWIN LAWRENCE KENIJIG, JR. . ...... 4 . - - . . Victoria, B.A., Hampden Sydney Collegeg Kappa Sigma5 Nu Sigma Nu. DANIEL DAVIIJ KLAIPF . . . .... . 7 - - . . . DaIIville, fl' A li MARION SUMPTER LOVE . . . 5 . . . . Danville, JOSEPH I-IAwRINs Low . . . 6 . - . . Welcome, WILLIAM EUGENE LYNN . . . . . 6 . . . . Lovettsville, JOIINNIH ARMSTRONG MCCUl.l.OUG1I . . 4. - - . University, ROBERT VV1l.l.1AM MCCUl.l.OUG1I . . . 4 - - . University, Alpha Omega Alpha5 Raven Society. JEAN MCNUTT MARTIN . . . . . 4 - . Mitlcllehrook, BERNARD SoI.oMoN MIZROCEI . . . 8 - - . . Norfolk, Phi Lambda Kappa. - JOHN WATSON MORRIS . . . 5 . . . . Winston-Salem, North Calconon. GEORGE WRAY MoRsE . . . . . 4 . . . . Portsmouth, Phi Chig Alpha Omega Alpha. NowEI.I. DARIJEN NELMS . . . . 8 . . . . Newport News, Theta Chig Phi Beta Pi. . ...... - . ----. . . . Winchester, ROBIERT BURWELI. NELSON, JR. . Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Carolina Virginia Virginia Virginia Calconon- 7 Phi Kappa Psi5 "l3"5 UZ' g T. I. L. K. A.g Lambda Pi5 Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Omega Alpha. . Raven Society5 Vice-President, Raven Society, 1933, and President, 19355 Instructor in Biology, 1930-'315 Gov- erning Committee, Interfraternity Councilg Student Senate, 19325 Associate Editor, College Topics: Adjunct Manager, Footballg First Year Basketball and Track, 19295 Varsity Basketball Teamg "V" Club5 Treasurer, Medical School, 19345 President, Medical School, 19365 Honor Committee, 19365 President, German Club, 1935. JOIIN KELLER OWEN . .......... 6 . . . . . . . . Nyack, New York CHARLES GRANDISON PEARSON . . . 5 . . . . Norfolk, Virginia Raven Societ.y5 Calconon. fi1,1iNN'WAR1J PHIPIIS . ...... . 4, . . . Galax, Virginia Phi Chig B.A., Duke University, 1932. EDWARD SCOTT RAY . . . . . . . 4 - - . . Ashland, Virginia Virginia JOHN CALIIOUN RISHER . . ........ 8 ...... . . . . University, B.S., University of Virginia, -19325 Alpha Kappa Sigma5 P. K. Societyg Calconon Clubg Skull and culation Manager, College Topics, 1930-'31g Assistant Business Manager, Collage Topiu, 1931-'325 Man- Keys5 Cir- aging Board, College Topicr, 1931-'325 First Year Indoor Track Squad, 19295 Adjunct Manager, Football, 1928-'29g Adjunct Manager, Baseball, 1929-'305 Varsity Baseball Squad, 1931. ALEXANDER ARMSTRONG ST. CLAIR . . .... 4 . .... . . Bluefield, VVest Virginia Kappa Alphag Nu Sigma Nu5 Gelman Clubg B.S., Davidson College. JOSIAII THOMAS Sl10WAl,'l'ER . . ...... 4 . . . . . . Cambria, Virginia ALFRED LI'I"I'I.EI-'IEI.Ix SMITH . . ...... 5 - - - ..... . . University, Virginia Phi Chig Secretary, Medical School, 19345 Vice-President, 19355 Summer Honor Committee, 1934. WALTON HEREER1' SPRINGALI. , . . . . . 6 . .... . .... ..Dallas, Texas CIIARI.Es WILLIS STEEL, JR. . . . 8 . . . . Grafton, West Virginia Phi Chi. MEYER STEINGOLD . . . . . .4- . . Norfolk, Virginia WILLIAM NORMAN FFHORNTON . ...... 7 - - . Courtland, Virginia Nu Sigma Nug Raven Societyg Alpha Omega Alpha.. ERIC TWACIYITMAN .. .... . ..... 8 . . . - . . . . . Greenwich, Connecticut Phi Kappa Sigmag Nu Sigma Nut German Club5 Lambda Pi5 Art Staff, Virginia Reel, 19285 Associate Editor, Comes AND CURLS, 1929-'305 Varsity Lacrosse, 1930. OswAI.n MASSENA WEAVER . . ...... 8 ..... . , , , , University, Virginia Zeta Psi5 Trigong Calconon5 Skull and Keys5 P. K. Society5 Captain, First Year Cross Country Team, 19283 First Year Track Team, 19295 Varsity Cross Country "cVc"5 Varsity Ti-ack, 1930-'325 Jeffergon Society5 College Topics Staff. FREIQERICR HERZEL YORROFF . . . 6 . , , Chai-iottesviiie, Virginia JOHN VVVl"l"5N YOST, JR- - - - 5 - . . Williamson, West Virginia I40 DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE T H I R D - Y ESTA Ross Al.l.liN . . . . Salem, W. Va. HARRY LEE ARCIIER . . . . . Wayneshoro, Va EUGENE WILLARD ARNETT, JR. .,.. Danville, Va. CIIARI.Es CABIELI. BAll.liY . . Charlottesville, Va. ROBERT LISTON BAILEY, JR. . . . Columhia, S. C. CHARLES HUGII BAREER . . Richmond, Va. MCLEMORE BIRDSONG . . . . Suffolk, Va. EDWARD VERNON BRUSII, JR. . . Chatham, Va. RAY EDWARD BURGER . . . . Covington, Va. ROBERT OWEN CANADA, JR. . . . Grottoes, Va. MAURICIE ALLEN CIIODOSII , . Carteret, N. J HERMAN Al,l'll0NSO COLE . . . Richmond, VII. WILLIAM S'l'lil'llliNSON COLE . . University, Va. lfI.lZABlE'l'll MICRLEY COVER. . Covington, Va. ROEERT HUMBER Cox, JR. . . . Lynchburg, Va. JOIIN CUSTIS CRAWFORD . . . University, Va. WYLIE FACRLER CREEL . . . San Francisco, Calif. CONSTANCIE ANTIIONY lyAl.0NZO . Wilmington, Del. DEXTER DAVIS . ...... . Inverness, Fla. fili0RGli OLIVER IEMERSON, JR. . . . Danville, VII SAMUEL NORlfl.liE'l' E'l'llIiRliDCI5, JR. . . . Norfolk, Va. JUI.IUS FOGEI. . ......... Lynchburg, Va. THOMAS MADDEN FOLEY, JR. . . . Washin5.gton, D. C. RIEVERDY lIAMI.lN JONES, JR. . STEPHEN JOSEPII FOR'l'UNA'l'0 . . Wilmington, Del THOMAS Cl.IiMliN'I' FURMAN . . . Greenville, S. C GEORGE AI.nERT RITCI-HE fTll.l.ESl'IE . BARNES BO'l'llVVlil.l. GRAHAM, III . . JAMES JOIIN fiRIlVFI'l"I'S . KENNl5'l'll BOYD CTRIM . . . JOHN LIPPINCOTT GUIERRANT GIl.l.ESl'Il? .. . . JOSEPII FULTON ALIJJER . . ELTON lVIIERlZDl'l'll ALRICII . El.lZABl5'l'II VIRDIN BARNES . EDWARD GORDON BELI., JR. . RICIIARD PIIILI.IPs BEI.L, JR. . BELTON ALLEN BENNl5'l'l', JR. . JAMES BELL BLACK, JR. . . . MURRAY Cox BROVVN . JOHN DANIEL CALI. . . JOSEPII COUDON, V1 . . . . CIIARLES NUCROLS DAVIDSON . HERIIERT WILLIAM FINR . . JOIIN HIILL Fl'l'ZGlZRAl.D, JR. . MALCOLM JUDSON FORD . . JOIIN FERGUSON GAYLE . . . GARRETT GIDEON GOOCII, llI . . HARRY LEE GRliliNBliRG . . . HARTRANFI' HALEY GARRISON New Castle, . .'1'azewell, . Tazewell, Del VII VII . . Clllltflll, S. C . Jacksonville, Fla. . . Sfillllltllll, VII. . Callaway, VII. S E C O N D - . .Bluemont, VII. FI'edeI'icksbuI'g, VII. . . Ivy Depot, VII. . Bronxville, N. Y . . Staunton, VII . . . Greer, S. C. . Red Spritigs, N. C E A R C L A S S JOIIN BLAND HAMILTON . HENRY I-IURT HANCOCK . . JAMES EUGIENH I'IliMl'lIll.l. , . OCTAVIUS LAKE HUEI-'MAN . . MARION KEMI-ER HUMPIIRIES, JR. . HERMAN LAIBSTAIN . . . . . ELEANOR IVIA'l'1'lNGl.Y Ll'I"l'l.l5PAGlE AI.ExANDER MCCAUsI.AND .... Henderson, W. VICTOR PRAY MARsIIAI.I. . . XNILIEY ROY MASON, JR. . . VVILLIAM CAMP MA'I'I'IIEws . . . . . University, . University, VII. . .Profl'lt, VII. . . l'etershurg, VII. . . . Roanoke, VII. . Farmville, VII. . . Norfolk, VII. . . . Norfolk, VII. VII. . . . Culpeper, VII. . Charlottesville, VII. VII. VVAI.'I'ER SPAULDING MORSE . . South Deerfield, Mass. JOSEPII NAGLE . . .... 'l'HORNTON 'ICAYLOIC PERRY, Ill . . .RiehmontI, VII. Charles Town, VV. VII. JOSEPII 'IQHOMAS PIIILIIIPS, JR. . Charlottesville, Va. JESSE FRANCIS RICHARDSON . . . Cape Charles, Va. JOIIN OSCAR RVDEIEN . . . . Norfolk, VII. IRVINIE SAUNDIERS . . . . Bedford, Va. JOIIN RIDLEY SEAL . . . Charleston, W. Va. EDWARD JOIIN SIIARMAN ...... University, Va. RIWVLIEY MARTIN SllEI.'l'0N, JR. . . Unionville, Va. HARRY LECATO SMITH, JR. . . Charlottesville, Va. JOIIN K. TAGGART, JR. . . . . Charlotte, N. C. TIIOMAS VVILLIAM IIIANNICR . RUDOLIP liOl.l.lNG VIIIIUSLICR . . . RoIIIIOke, VII. Tokyo, Japan HENRY ST. CTIEORGE VIIUCKIER, JR. . . . Richmond, Va. EDWIN VVARNIER VAUGHAN . . . . Norfolk, Va. JOIIN CIIAPMAN WATSON . . . . Salem, Va. MARION LAWRENCE VVIIITE, JR. . . . Reetlville, Va. VVll.l.IAM C. VVlll'l'li ....... Seottsville, Va. JOSEPII LANGHAM YON . . . Charlottesville, VII. ISADORIZ SAMUEI. ZEASS . . . . . Norfolk, Va. YEAR CLASS JOSEPII PARRER GRlII'II'IN . . DUPONT GUHRRY, Ill . . . . . Portsmouth, Va. . . Greenville, S. C. CIIARLES JOHNSTON HARRRADER, JR. . . . Bristol, Va. IvOR DAVID HARRIS . . . . . New Philatlelphia, Ohio JOSEPII HARVEY HARRIS . . JACOB GRANT l'IEl'lI'lI.li, lll . JOIIN l'lARREl.l. l-IILI. . . . . THOMAS JACKSON IIUMPHRIES BENJAMIN CAl.l.0VI'AY JONES, JR . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Newport News, VII. . Cliarlottesville, VII. Culpeper, Virginia . . Iluntington, W. VII. . . .P0l'I5lT'I0lltll, VII. . . University, VII. . . Richmond, VII. Wheeling, W. VII . . . Nuekols, VII. . . Norfolk, VII. . . Crewe, Va. . Pentlleton, VII. Newport News, . Roanoke, Va. . Onancock, VII. Va. l-IARYEY ERNEST JORDAN, JR. . JOIIN RANDOLPH KIKIll'l' . . . LESLIE MAC LISLE, JR. . . . JOIIN BURTON IVIACCTRHGOR , . JOSEPII LEE MANN . . . . JIESSIE IJINSMORIE MARSII . . CIIARI.ES lVIIil.I.A, JR. . . VVest I4I . University, Va. . . Norfolk, VII. . Columbus, Ohio . . Afton, Va. . I'IIImpton, VII. . Lynclihurg, VII. New York, N. J. WILLIAM ALFRED Ml'l'CilEl.l. . . . JOHN WARREN MONTAGUE . DABNEY VONKNOBIIOCII MOON WILLIAM ffl-IOMAS MOORE . . CHARLES TIIOMAS NICHOLSON, JR. . ROBERT BRADFORD ORR . . . THOMAS CLARK PAYNE, JR. . CHARLES LEMUEL PRINCE . . CHARLES NICHoI.s ROMAINE, JR. . ALBERT GEORGE SCHNURMAN . MALCOLM FOOTE SIIER . . . MAYNARIJ PUTNEY SMITH . . WII.LIAM SHEPHERD SMITII . HORACE f.iIl.BERT SMITHEY, JR. LEWIS FULTON SPRAGUE . . . CIIARLES ALONZO ANDERSON . JOHN EDWIN BECK. . . . IRVING BERLIN , ...... ROBERT lVION'l'GOMI'ZRY BIRD, JR. . ESTHER KING BLANCIIARD . . HAROLD MEYER BOSLOW . . . JAMES GARNETT BRUCE, JR. . CARLTON JEROME CASEY . . S. WARD CASSCELLS . . . SIDNEY BERNARD CLARK . . HORACE MIl.'l'0N DALTON . . MIIIIIARD P. DOYLE, JR. . . MAYNARIJ ROBERT EMLAW . . ROBERT WARD EVANS . . JOSEPH WILSON EVERSOLE . l'lERBERT RUPERT FARBER . . LESLIE ALLEN FAUDREE . . . HENRY HASKINS FERRELL, JR. MARTIN GATES ...... JOHN DEE GERMAN .... ROBERT HARRISON GILES, JR. . ASA WESI.EY GRAVES .... ROBERT KENNON HANCOCK . . ALBERT HOWARD HAYDEN . . JOHN CAMPBELL I'IORTENS'l'lNE Newport News, Va. . . . .RoaIIoke, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . Blackridge, Va. . Alexandria, Va. . Asheville, N. C. . . Clifford, Va. . . Cheraw, S. C. . . Petersburg, Va. . . . .RoanOke, Va. . New York City . . Farmville, Va. . Catonsville, Md. . . Herryville, Va. . Allentown, Pa. F l R S T - Y . I-Iinton, W. Va. Charleston, W. Va. . .Hampton, Va. . . University, Va. . Pennington, N. J. . . Appalachia, Va. . . Culpeper, Va. Williamsburg, Va. Prince Bay, N. Y. . . .NOrfOlk, Va. . .Norton, Va. . ..Norfolk, Va. . Richmond, Va. . Lynchburg, Va. . . Coeburn, Va. . . Paterson, N. J. . Covington, Va. . . .Goochland, Va. . . Roxbury, Mass. . Pocahontas, Va. . . . .ROanoke, Va. . Lacey Spring, Va. . Cape Charles, Va. Washington, D. C. . .Pittsburgh, Pa. CHRISTIAN KEVIN CAMPBELL HOYLE . . Kittery, Me. LEVI WOODBRY HULLEY, JR. . New Brighton, S. I., N. Y. HENRY CLEVELAND LIUNLEY, JR. .... Norfolk, Va. SAMUEL SUMMEREIELD LAMBETII, III . . Bedford, Va. DAVID J. LEHMAN, JR. ..... West Orange, N. J. JAMES HOWERTON LEWIS ...... Lynchburg, Va. OSCAR HUNTER MCCLUNG, JR. .... Lexington, Va. JAMES TATE MASON, JR. . . . . . Seattle, Wash. DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE SECOND-YEAR CLASS PI-IILIP PIBNDLETON STEPTOE, JR., Shepherdstown, W. Va GEORGE HENRY STOLLWERCK . . GUY FORREST SUTTON, JR. . . . CIIARLOTTE ELLEN SWANEY . . GEORGE LEROY TABOR, JR. . . GORDON LIVINGSTON TODD, JR. . JOI-IN KIRK TRAIN, JR. . . . . EDWARD WORTIIINGTON VENNING FRANCIS RECORD WI-IITEI-IOUSE . EDVVIN BURWEI.L JONES WIIITMO LEONIDAS VVILIIIAMS ..... ROBERT HAMILTON WILLIAMS . . JAMES GARNE'l"l' WILLIS . . . GEORGE NELMS WISE, JR. . . . FREDERICK GASTON WOODSON . EAR CLASS JAMES A. L. NIATIIIERS . . VINCENT MAZZARELLA . . LYDDANE MILLER. . . CLAUDINE Moss . . . . . WILLIAM PINKERTON MULEORD . BERNARD KYLE MUNIJY . . . MARK EARLY MYERS . . EVERETT DEAN OTEY . . MANN PAGE .. . .. JOSEPH CORBIN PARKER . ROBERT LEE PAYNE, JR. . . JOHN STROTHER PEARSON . . DON PRESTON PETERS, JR. . . JOSEPH PAGE POLLARD . . WILLIAM CLARK QUINN . EARL RASMUSSEN, JR. . . LOUIS PAUL RIPLEY . . . JOSEPH I'IANDLEY ROGERS . . . LIUNTER HUIDEKOPER ROMAINE EDWARD VALINTINE SIEGEL, JR. VVIl.l.lAM RICHARD SMART . . EDWARD BARNEY SMITI-I . . . FRANCIS DUNNINGTON SMITII . I-IERBERT MCKEl.IJEN SMITH, JR. . AMOS LESLIE STEPHENS, JR. . THEODORE BOOTH STRANGE . . FRANK JOSEPH STROIIMENGER . . JOHN TIIRUSTON THORNTON, JR ELLIS IVEY VANDERSLICE . . . LUTHER BRADFORD WATERS, JR. JOSEPH PRENTIS WEBB, II . . . RICHARD BLAND WILLIAMS, JR. FRANK BAYS WOLEE. . . . . . . University, Va . . . Staunton, Va . East Radford, Va . . Cherrydale, Va . Princeton, W. Va . . .Savannah, Ga . . University, Va . . Lynchburg, Va RE, JR., Petersburg, Va Charlottesville, Va . Olympia, Wash . Culpeper, Va . . Hampton, Va . . Covington, Va . . .NOrfolk, Va Port Chester, N. Y . . Charlotte, N. C . Clarendon, Va . Burlington, N. J . . Lynchburg, Va . Harrisonburg, Va . . Wytheville, Va . . University, Va . . Dendron, Va. . . . Norfolk, Va . Bluefield, W. Va . . Lynchburg, Va . . Minor, Va . Crisfield, Md . . Roanoke, Va . . Roanoke, Va . . Gadsden, Ala . . Petersburg, Va Newport News, Va . . .NOrfOlk, Va. . . Creeds, Va . . Henderson, Ky. . . .StauntOn, Va . Lynchburg, Va . Gordonsville, Va . . Irvington, N. J Wheeling, W. Va . . Hampton, Va . . Lynchburg, Va . . University, Va . . Norfolk, Va . . Coeburn, Va DEAN'S LIST OF DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE SESSION I935-I93b SECOND-YEAR CLASS IEI.IZAIIE'I'II V. BARNES IIERIIERI' VV. FINK IIARVEY E. JORIIAN, JR. RICIIARO P. BEI.I., JR. JOIIN FERGUSON GAYLE LESLIE M. LISLE, JR. JAMES B. BLACK, JR. JOSEI-II P. GRIFFIN JOIIN B, MACGREGQR MURRAY C. BROWN IJUPONT GUIIRRY, III JOSEIIII L. MANN JOIIN D. CALI. JACOB G. IIEBBLE, III CHARLES IVIIil.I.A, JR. DABNIEY VON K. MOON MAYNARII P. SMI'I'II VVILIIIAM T. MOORE IIORACE G, SIvII'I'IIY, JR. CIIARLIIS T. NICIIOI.sON, JR. LIWVIS F. SIIRAGUE AI.I'IliR'I' G. SCIINURMAN PIIILII- P. S'I'EP'I'OE, JR. MALCOLM F. SIIIIR CIIARI.O'I"I'E E. SWANEY GEORGE L. 'I.IAHOR, JR. FRANCIS R. WIII'I'EIIoUsE ROBICRT I-I. VVILIIIAMS JAMES G. WII.LIs GEORGE N. VVISII, JR. FRIIDIZRICK G. WOOIISON THIRD-YEAR CLASS IIARRY L. ARCIIIIR JAMES J. GRIIfIfI'I"I's ROBERT L, BAILEY, JR. KENNIi'I'II B. GRIM RAY E. BURGER JOIIN L. GUIERRANT WYLIE F. CRIZIII. ELIEANOR M. LI'I"I'LEI'AGE ALBIZRT R. GILI.EsPIE VICTOR F. IVIARSIIALI. WII.EX' R. MASON, JR. JOIIN R. SEAL I-IENRY S'I'. G. TIUCKIER, JR. FOURTH-YEAR CLASS JOIIN E, AIIAIvIs RICIIARII B. FERGUSON, JR. CARRINGTON I-IARRIsoN JULIAN R. BECRWITII IIARRY C. FLIIMING DIOSEPII I-I. LOW, JR. JOHN R. T. CARMICI-IAEI. LYLE J. IIANSBROUGII ROBER1' NV. MCCULLOUGII JOIIN W. MORRIS ICIJVVARII S. RAY GEORGE W. IVIORSII VVAL'I'ON II. SIIRINGALI. Rfmnum- E, NELSON, JR. CIIARIIIIS W. STEEII, JR. IVIISYIIR S'l'IZINGOI.Il VVIIIIIIAM N. IIIIIORNTON, JR. I43 I 556 f fi f':"4-Zlgp. ORKS F 'ah '-X '-ffz :T V'4LQ :J ' .J V 'I MJ? AN D C U R LS ff f . ,' ,. Q02 ffffz I" :E 4" E ,.. , f'1 I f','l Ji ff: , . On the Lawn I Jil forlorn, Ionighl, behind my door, 11nd hear Ihe clirk . . . rlifk . . . flick Of sfrps Ihat pass, and como no more. Drip in my room Iho echoes laugh, Mifrrily gay, skipping by,' Dashing on . . . happier Ihan I. Un lhn srarrrd and aged fwalls, The :hadosws sfway Ihoir moody gloom flnd Ihr flames sing among the logs Their sizzling hlno and goldfn doom. Inlo my room Ihe ezrhons Crash, il fla hing pound, racing hyj Rushing on . . . sfwifler Ihan I. lligh on flaking, denied -walls, The shadofws play ahoul Ihe roomy flnd Ihe flames dana' upon Iho logs Their laughing blue and golden doom. Deep in my room tho eehons hidw, lnlenlly fwickrd, annoying, sly,' Slealing on . . . fworsn Ihan I. 0-ver lhe jialing, drnlod fwalls, Sfway Ihn shadofws' flirkering sheen,- The flames ahonl the logs Are danring in gold and yellofw green. Into my room the echoes glide, Broken sounds, lighl and shy,' Ilfandering on . . hopoless as I Dofwn lho srarred and flaking fwalls, The shadofws deepen Ihrir fvelfvel sheen,' Tho flames hafve hushed upon Ihr logs Thnir gold and yellofw green. I sil on behind 1ny door, Lisloning Io Ihe flicking fall Of feel Ihal fawar pass . . . flnd rome no more. lVhile the shadofws fainlly fluller In lhe silenre of Iho gloomy Xlnd Ihr' flames more fainlly fliekfr In the darkness of my room. ,Ind Ihe shadofws, longlhifning, deepening, Deepen Ihe silence of my room Kind Ihi' sadness of my gloom. Earh JlI'1J, passing on before my door In ils ofwn and fvaried mood, Like each slrp of Time Sounding in Ihe hearts of mi'n,' Sounds ou, Ionighl, lost in echoes In Ihr gniol of my room. flnd the flames of lzfo, Flilling on my body's fwalls, Reflorl my sonl's infward shadofws. :In fpilaph, for pillance, In some gray gloom Shall lislon lo lhe noiseless fall Of Time's 1-ndless, nefver ceasing JlL'jJ.f Tha! pass . . . and come no more,' Ilrooding ofver that life fwilhin Ihe Iomh, Tha! danced and flickfred In oxislnnrfs golden doom. els I brood on, Ionighl, Ofver lho ashes in Ihis silenl room, Thinking Ihoughls Ilfhirh should noi ha-ve some so soon. -Wu.mAM PRESTON Rixzvmo, 21 IVHI Lafwn T MURRAX' CIIRIsTIAN DEPARTMENT OF GRADUATE STUDIES OFFICERS ROBERT MURRAY CHRISTIAN BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DEWEES RUNK President Vice-President STOCKTON GRAEME TURNBULL, JR. Secretary-Treasurer NATI-IANIEI. GoRI-IAM PARKS Historian I45 7 71 2 Q 51 ,la 4. 4 'f ,. '4 Z" 4, 4 '4 AP MASTE CLARENCE V. CANNON Hlhwninryj TIBNRY H. CUMMING flfrrurhj HELEN R. DUKE fliuglislfj IRVINC E. FIxEI. Wsyrllologyj CHARLES O. HATIIAWAY, JR. fliiologyj SARAH R. LACY flfdumliwzj MAURICE L. LEITCII fliiologyj EDMUND F. MCDONALD flfC07l0llliC.fj Al.BlZR'l' VICTOR MASKET flfhysirsj WAYMAN P. MAUDI.EN fllural Social PLICANTS FOR DEGRE Ero.j OF SCIENCE IIAROLD MOPSIK fEdIlClUi07lj RUBY C. NIEVVMAN flfconomicsj WII.I.IAM H. PARKER fSIH'gI'I'-112 WII.I.IAM H. PEDEN fEnglixhj Al.Bl5R'l' PURCELL flfducalionj WII.I.IAM P. RAMBO Wrezzfhj ROBERT A. SCHETTY fEronomif.fj S. GRAEME TURNBULI., JR. fChvmi.v1ryj LEWIS M. WAI.KER fEcouomic:j ALEXANDER D. VVAl.I.ACli fMdfht'7IIdlif5l R MASTER OF ARTS JOIIN E. ALLEN fljforznnzirsj WINs'I'ON C. BABE fllisioryj EDWARD G. BALLARD fEnglishj MARGARET BASKERVILLE fMHflIt'lIlHlif5j CHARI.ES K. BROWN fSociologyj GEORGE K. BROWN fSorialayyj RICHARD A. CABBLI. fEC0ll0ll1il'.S'2 JOIIN I-I. CARMINB flfduralionj MARGARET M. COON fLaliuj DAVID N. DAVIDSON flzklzzrationj AMY DUKE KEugli.vl1j n JOHN N. G. FINIIEY fllzslnryj Al.'l'1lEA M. FOSTER fLalinj FRANCIS M. FRANKLIN fPhiIo.sophyj CECIL C. GRAVES flfducalinnj MARY' I.. ETRUMBEIN fliialogyj LEONARD L. HARVEY fLalinj CIIARI.Es E. HATCII, JR. fllislaryj ANIJRTEW L. TNGLICS fllinlogyj ALBERT E. JOHNSON fliuglishj ROBERT H. LAND Kllisioryj ERIC W. LAWSON fEl'07l0llIil'5j DOCTOR JOIIN C, ALBXANDBR fChr'mi.vlryj CHARLES L. ANGliR fllisloryj JOHN T. BALDWIN flliolnyyj WILLIAM I. BAR'I'l.Ii'l"l' fEnglishj ALVIN V. E. HEATTY fliiologyj JAMES W. BI.INCOE fMdlllI'lIIdlifI2 R. MURRAX' CIIRIS'I'IAN fllixloryl JAMES W. COLE fcflfllliflfyj THOMAS B. CRUMPLER fChwmislryj EDWARD P. CZHRWIN fCh1'11Ii.vlryj RICIIARD B. DAVIS fE1zyli:hj FRANCIS J. DUKE fFI'L'llL'llj RICIIARD R. FELL fClmmislryj OSCAR G. FITZIIUGII flivyrhnlogyj HENRY L. FORBES, JR. fClmnIistryj DUDI.EY R. I-IUTCIIERSON flifzglislzj ROBERT H. KEAN fCh1'mi.vlryj RACIIEI. D. KlEI.I,W' fliioloyyj MII.'I'ON B. ICBNNBDY flinglishj JOIIN B. LIl,I,AS'l'0N IEf07l07l1if.Tj CIIARI.Es K. MCKEON fPhiIa.vophyj MARY R. MASON fliiologyj KATIIERINE A. MEADE fLa1inj RICIIARD A. MEADE Kliducalionj DANIEI. T. MERRl'l"l' fC!n'misiryj C. A. NEEE, JR. llinglishj DAVID R. OWEN fEC01l01lliC.9'j JOIIN M. PATTERSON fEngli.vh1 CTIEORGB J. PEDRICK fPnliIical Scifncej ROBERT B. PEGRAM, JR. fLalinj RICIIARD F. PENCE flfrouomirsj RICIIARD J. PORTER fliiologyj GEORGE H. REESE flfnglixhj MARY RUGGIBRI fltalianj JOSEPH W. SECONDI fhalinj WII.I.IAM H. SIIEIIIIERD fllisloryj BENJAMIN VV. SMI'I'II fllialogyj EDVVARD J. SMITII fllisloryj GUTIIRIE SMITII, JR, flicozzonricsj STANLEY A. 'TWARDY fGvologyj SAMUEI. WII.COx flimrzonziz-.rj OF PHILOSOPHY LAURENCE F. KINNEY fPhiloxophyj ClIARI.O'l"I'E KOIII.ER fEriglixl1j MAI.CoI.M MACLEOD fE1Iglishj DAN I-I. MOORE fljhysicsj CTRATTON PAYNE fEll1lL'llli07lj CLAYTON B. PlIlI.I.ll'S fEd1lt'llfi07Ij . WII.I.IAM T. PUCKETT, JR. fMdfhEIIldf1CJl CIIARLES rI'RENTON K. RUBBUSII flliologyj HAROLD A. SENN fliiologyj JANE C. SLAUGIITER flfrwzchj RICIIARD T. SOI.I,liNBlERCER flhyfhologyj WILLIAM M. SI-ICER fCl1cmi.f1ryj R. CATIESBY r1'AI.lAl-'ERRO Wlfilosophyj LFIGRAND FFIENNIS fFl'I'7lCllJ RALPH R. rFlIOMPSON lLa1inj WII.I.IAM S. WEEDON fPhilo.rophyj GORDON B. VV0l.C0'l'T flliologyj MARGARET L. WILEY fE1zgli.vlIJ P. ROBERTS, JR. FClII'IIIi.f1f'jfj I46 ES MONROE COUPER . . . . . . Norfolk, Va Alcolu, S. C. MATTISON WELLS ALDERMAN . J Fig'-'S-.lf '33 'O P' Ag?Tgtifil,gltglwgmrtglgisllxiqwx 5-if f iii? . ' Digg, Ml'-Illlii 5 ff? I ,,gI7El"liikf? xx -,Dfw gp 'gg - I . Z , wi. . III I A ll f ass 21. - All- Wl P illi .iff ll f'l , 4 Q .. ,II Il '-llI,lg.,:E'a I li .DI ISI... 3f.yZ'3i T5 ,.,,1?1g.Z4w.ZiM.f "' """ Nt. -Im I E K :-:-:-:fr r.e.f.s ::r.f.'. E.:-:'.:l1Ilhi'lfiiI, I I I mai .m...I...I.... MIIIIIIIII-In .III...m..III IID......- .. . H . ..,... Y, s,.-Fw Rotor' Ing- 4 IIUE .IU 5 E511 Nu ' K an , 'E ua In 5 , F5 ,ln Q u , -rx ... - - 1 l Q, - 2 - ' 1 .-Q-S:-v-,,.Zifs.cN:.1, Q, -11 -UM,.,., Awgjfl-TL,-S-T:faa.,. 'iifl-.C-A 1:-..., DEPARTMENT OF GRADUATE STUDENTS JAMES CIIARLES ALEXANDER . JOHN EDWIN ALLEN . . . . CHARLES LEROY ANGER . . ELIZABETH MOSELEY A'l'KlNS XNINSTON CIIANDLIER HAH!! . JOHN TIIOMAS BALDWIN . . EDWARD GO0DNK'IN BALLARD . . . Scotland Neck, N. C. . . . . . Emory, Va. . . . Baltimore, Md. . . . Charlottesville, Va. . . . . Seneca, S. C. . . . Keysvillc, Va. . . VVilliamsburg, Va. LEONARD FRANKLIN BARCUS . . . . Vineland, Va. WIl..l,lAM IRVING BARTLE'I'T . MARGARET MAI.ONE BASKERV ALVIN VON ERI. BliA'l"l'Y . . BEN BEl.I'l"l' . . . . . . ROBERT KERR BLACK . . . . JAMES WILLIAM BLINCOE . . LADY VIRGINIA BOGGS . . . 'JJHOMAS BICELOXV CRUMIILER . HENRY HARFORD CUMMING . . EDWARD PETER CZERWIN . . JRAVID NATIIANIEI. DAVIDSON . . HET'l'Y ELISE DAVIS . . . RICIIARD BEALE DAVIS . . JOSEI-H ROBERT DIETRICH . . . TRVING S. DRISCOLII . . . . . . . Roanoke, Va. JOHN PENDLETON DUBOSE . . Il.l. . . . Ballston, Va. AMY DUKE . . . . . . . . . . Bradner, OlIio . . . . Lynchburg, Va. . Upper Montclair, N. J. . . . . University, Va. . . . . Greenwood, Va. LEWIS HINTON BOSHER, JR. . .... Richmond, Va. RAYMOND PALMER QJARBER BOWMAN . Ielarrisonbnrg, Va. WII.I.IAM MCSWAIN BREAZEA CHARLES KENNETH BROWN . . GEORGE KENNI5'l'l'I BROWN . LB . Hendersonville, N. C. . . . . Staunton, Va. . . . New Haven, COIIII. JOSHUA ROBERT CALLAWAY BROWN, JR. . Elmont, Va. WILI.IAM BYRON BROWN . . GEORGE LANDON BROXNNING, JAMES ROBERT BURNS . . . RICHARD AYLETT CAEELI. . THOMAS S'l'l'l'l'l MALONE CAIN . . CLARENCE VERNON CANNON . TIIELMA BELL CAI-T . . . JOHN HENRY CARMINE . . . JOSIAII BEATY MCELROY CARTER . . . . . Charlottesville, Va. JR. .... Orange, Va. . . Huntington, VV. Va. . University, Va. . Nashville, Tenn. . . Ayden, N. C. . . San AIItonio, Tex. . . . .Wicomico, Va. . . Red Hill, Va. JAMES AIIBURN CHILES, JR. . . . . Spartanburg, S. C. ROBERT MURRAY' CHRISTIAN . JAMES WEBB COLE, JR. . . ROLAND EUGENE COOK . . . University, Va. . University, Va. . . . . . .Salem, Va. NIARGARET NiliRlVVE'l'lIER COON . . . Holcomb Rock, Va. ,JOSEPH HATHAWAY COSIIY . . . . . . .Crozet, Va. FRANCIS JOHNSON DUKE . . l-IELEN RISDON DUKE . . . . IIOWARD JACKSON DUTCHER, JR. . IIUGII NELSON DYER, JR. . . . JOSEPH CARLYLE EI.I.E'I'T . . AI.ICE ELIZABETH ELLIS . . FENDALI. RAGLAND ELLIS . . RICIIARD ROYSTON FELL . . . FREDERICK FERDINAND FERGUSON JOHN NORVILLE GIBSON FINLEY HOWARD MONTGOMERY FITCH . OSCAR GARTH FITZHUGH . . . IRVLNG EDWIN FIXEI. . . . HENRY LOUIS FORBES, JR. . . ROY CHESTER FORESTER . . Al.'l'llEA MCCLURE FOSTER . . FRANCIS MACK FRANKLIN . . JOHN JOSEPH FRAY . . . . EDWARD MERRICK FRY . . . WARREN DEWI11' GARMAN . . ERNEST fiEllMAN GEIIMAN . . CHARLES S. GERSONI . . . GRAHAM GIIIMER, JR. . . . . BENJAMIN CLIIfIfoRD GOODE . . . VVeleh, W. Va . . University, Va . . .Berwyn, Ill . Rhoadesville, Va Charlottesville, Va . . Salisbury, Mil Newport News, Va . . Goochland, Va . Westbury, N. Y . Fort Valley, Ga . . RiChmoIId, Va Charlottesville, Va . . .NorfOlk, Va . . Martinsville, Va . Pocahontas, Va . . Orange, Va . . Richmond, Va . . Elsmere, Del . Knoxville, Tenn . . University, Va. . Fort VVorth, Tex . . . Lignum, Va . . . Norfolk, Va . . . Columbia, S. C . IIubbard's Springs, Va Spartanburg, S. C . Big Island, Va . . Rustburg, Va . Fort VVOrth, Tex . . Lewisburg, Pa . Harrisonburg, Va . . Brooklyn, N. Y . Lynchburg, Va . . .CheSter, Va WILLIAM HENRY CTRAVELY, JR. . . . Martinsville, Va CECIL CONARD GRAVES . . . . . . Stanley, Va DEPARTMENT OF GRADUATE STUDENTS CALLIE LOUISE GRIZER . . . MARY LOUISE CPRUMBEIN . . . Al.l.AN TALBOTT QTXVATIIMHY . GUSTAV .liRNIiS'l' HAOEMAN . DICK VVICK HALL . . . . FRANK QTEDNEY HALS'I'ED . . VVILLIAM TAYLOR HAM, JR. . . lVlAR'I'llA FRANCES I-IAMM . . CLARENCE RUDOLRII HAMRICK TIIIEOPHILUS PAINTER HANSON 'l.'l'lUl,A HARDIE . ..., . LEONARD LEWIS I-IARVEY . . . CIIARLES ELDRIDGE l'IA'l'Cll . . CHARLES ODBERT HA'I'llAVVAY, RICIIARD CIIAI.LICE llAYDON . FRED BROTVN HAYNES . . . . WIl.I.lAM EDWIN HEMIIIIILL . . THOMAS WILLIAM IAIENDRICKS 0. P. HISRM . ..... . FRANCIS RICIIARDSON I'Ill.l.lliR LEONARD HONICK .. . . . ROBERT MCDONALD HOOK . . . DUDLEY ROBERT TIUTCIIERSON ANDREW LEWIS INOLES . . . VVERNER LUTz JANNEY . . l'Ill.DA PRICE JARVIS . . FINN BJORN JENSEN . . Al.BliR'l' EDWARD JOIINSON . . lfI.lZABE'I'lI CAl.l.C0'l'I'I JOIINSON HENRY SA'l"l'ERTVlll'l'E JOIINSON JEANNE'l"l'B JOHNSON . . . . ROBERT HILL KEAN . . . . RACIIEL DAVIDSON KEl.l.N' . PAUL MURRAY KliNI!Al.l. . lVllI.'I'0N BOONE KBNNEIJX' . . BRUCE MARTIN KENT . . . ELIZABETII I'IO0l'lER KEI'NER . . FRANCIS BROMLISY KAY . . RAYMOND S'l'liDMAN KEYES . . JOEL TIIOMAS KIDIJ . . . CLAUDE MICIIAEI. KING . . . LAURBNCE FORMAN KINNIEX' . . . CIIARLO'I'I'E KOlIl.ER . . . . JOIIN WILLIAM KRUliGIiR . . SARAII RAINES LACY . . ROBERT HUNT LAND . . . . . GERALD LANGFORD . . . . . FRANCIS GREl5NIfllil.ll LANKFORD ERIC WILERED LAWSON . . . MAURICE LANGIIORNE LEITCH . JOIIN BACON Lll.I.ASTON . . . . . MAUDE CLAY I.I'I'I'LE . . . GUY SUMNER LOWMAN, JR. . . RDMUND F. MCDONALD . . . . Abingdon, Va Morgantown, W. Va. . . . . Richmond, Va. . Charlottesville, . . Casanova, Va. . Norwalk, ConII. . . . Norfolk, Va. . Charlottesville, . . .StauIIton, . Gettysburg, Pa. . El Paso, Texas . . Alexandria, Va. . . . Cobbs Creek, Va . . . Hampton, . . . Manassas, Va . Blacksburg, Va. . Petersburg, Va. . . Culpeper, Va. . . . Snyder, Va. . . . Corbin, Ky. Newport News, Va. . . Winchester, Va. . Bluefield, W. Va . . Radford, Va. . . Lincoln, Va. . . University, Va. . Los Angeles, Calif. . . Merrick, N. Y. . . Smithfield, Va . . . .Hylas, Va . Montgomery, Ala. . . University, Va. . University, Va . Philadelphia, Pa . Charleston, S. C. . . . Wirtz, Va. . . University, Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. . Buena Vista, Va. , San Diego, Calif. . . Scottsville, . . . Leighton, Ala. lluntington, W. Va. Va. . . .Richmond, Va. . Summit Hill, Pa. Va. . .Halifax, . . . .Surry, Va. . . . . Marion, Ala. , JR., Charlottesville, Va. . . . Roanoke, Va. . . Philadelphia, Pa. . Blackstone, Va. . Tuscaloosa, Ala. . Washington, D. C. . . Arlington, N. J. ALFRED BUEFIN MCEWEN . . . CHARLES KING MCKEON . . . MARJORIE ROSE MCLACHLAN . . MALCOLM LORIMER MACLEOD . . ALBERT ELLIOTI' MCVI'I'I'Y . . BETTY ALLEN MACRUIJER . JAMES EDGAR MALl,0NEE, JR. . . NOBLE GERAl,D NIARSIIALI. . . ALBERT VICTOR MASKE'l' . . . MARY RUFFIN MASON . . . WAYMAN PARKER MAULDIN . . EVERETT LEE MAY . . . CTLADYS WHITEHEAD MAY . . JOHN BENJAMIN MAY . . KATHERINE AKERS MEADE . . RICIIARD ANDREW MEADE . . DANIEL TA1'UM MERRl'l"l', JR. . CLARENCE WIl.l.IAM MIl.I.ER . . EARL WlLBER'l' MlI.l.liR . . GEORGE TYIIER MILLER . . . . TIIERESA DENISIZ MOLYNEAUX . DAN HUSTON MOORE . . . . . HAROLD MOPSIK . . . . . . . .Richmond, Va . . . Paterson, N. J . Charlottesville, Va . . University, Va . . Princeton, N. J FRANCES CELIA MORE . . . . Saratoga Springs, N. Y MARY LOUISE MORGAN . . . ROBERT ME'l'CAI.F MUSSELMAN . CLARENCE AMOS NEEE . . . . RUTH CAROLYN NEVVMAN . . WILLIAM LEWIS OI.IvER . . JOIIN WARD OSTROM . . DAVID ROGERS OWEN , , , , HUNTER MONROE PAINTER . . WlI.l.lAM HENRY PARKER . . JOIIN MCREADY PATTERSON . . GRA'I'I'AN PAYNE . .... . WILLIAM HARWOOD PEDEN . . . GEORGE JAMES PEDRICK . . Cold ROBERT BAKER PEORAM, JR. . . RICHARD FRANKI.IN PENCE . . BILLY JAMES PE'I'I'IS . . . . CLAY MICIIIE PEYTON . . . CLAYTON BEVERLY PI-IILLIIIS . . HOWARD MI'l'ClIEl.l. PIIILLIIIS . . RICHARD JANVIER PORTER . . GEORGE THOMAS PREER . . . . WILLIAM THOMAS PUCKE'l"l', JR. ALBERT PURCEIIL .. . . . . WILLIAM PRESTON RAMBO . . GEORGE HENKl.E REESE . . CARL FREDERICK REUSS . . . . CHARLES PLEASANT ROBERTS, JR. . Charlottesville, Va . . . Hopewell, Va . . . Roanoke, Va Far Rockaway, N. Y . . . University, Va . . Liberty, S. C . Timberville, Va . . Richmond, Va . Timberville, Va . . University, Va . . Petersburg, Va . Charlottesville, Va . . . Crozet, Va . Buena Vista, Va . . Front Royal, Va . Charlottesville, Va . . . Galax, Va . . . University, Va . . . . Roanoke, Va . Keswick, Va . . . Norfolk, Va . . Kingston, R. I . . Danville, Va . . Gettysburg, Pa . Charlottesville, Va . . . Fincastle, Va . Covington, Va . University, Va . . . Richmond, Va Freeport, N. Y Spring Harbor, N. Y . . . Richmond, Va . . . Roanoke, Va . Spartanburg, S. C . . University, Va . . . Hickory, Va . Wake Forest, N. C . Swampscott, Mass . . Columbus, Ga . . East Radford, Va . . Round Hill, Va Fla . Winter Park, . . Roanoke, Va . . Richmond, Va . . Decatur, Ga VIRGINIA EI.IzAEETH ROBERTS . MO0Fm8I1'S River, Va ARCIIIE FRANK ROBERTSON . FRANK LESLIE ROBINSON, JR. . . . .Berryville, Va . . Cismont, Va DEPARTMENT OF GRADUATE STUDENTS ALBERT AI.AN ROGERS . . . . Wilson, VII. CARL MARTIN ROIIMANN . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. r1iRliNTON ifIliFl4'I5R RUEEUSH . . . Dayton, Va I-IEEE MARY RUGGIERI ........ Norfolk, VII BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DEWEES RUNK, GreeIIwiclI, Conn WILLIE HOR'l'IiNSll SAVAGE ..... Porrsmooilr, Va ROBERT AUS'l'lN SCIIETTY . . Montclair, N. J ZEYSKO JOHN SCIIOIEN . ...... Buffalo, N. Y MARGARET PHBIIAN MCGOWAN SCU'l"l' . Richmond, VII JosEI-ISI WII.I.IAM SECONDI . . HAROLD ARCIIIIE SENN . AGNES MOON SHAW . . . ANTHONY VINCENT SIIEA . CHESTER CLAUDE SIIIELBURNIZ . . WILLIAM IIENDY SHliI'llI5RD . rilllOMAS REID SINCLAIR . . JANE CHAPMAN Sl.AUGll'l'lER . BENJAMIN VVARFIEIID SMITII CLEVELAND SCUDDBR SMITH, JR DONALD Foss SMITH . . . DOROTHY ALLEN SMITH . . EDWARD JAoUEI.IN SMITH . GLENN CURTISS SMITII . . fiU'l'IlRIli J. SMITH . . MARSHALL NoIxLE SMITII . Al.Ill2R'I' RONALD SNITZER . . New York, N. Y . .CIllCCi0lllZl, Ont Charlottesville, VII . .RiclImOncl, VII Cl1l'lSl'lHllSl5lll'g, VII . New Market, VII VVarm Springs, VII . . University, VII . ii1lltim0l'C,.Mll . Mcmphiw, Tenn . lIZll'l'0J,.':ZlfC, Tenn . University, VII . Berryville, VII . Leliigliton, Pa . Fayette, Ala . . Seottsville, VII . New York, N. Y RICHARD TALIIOT SOLLENEEROER . . lvy Depot, Va. WILLIAM MONROE SIIICER . . . . Hanover, VII MARGARET AMELIA S'l'lRIiVVAl.'l' . . New Market, Va ALFRED HERBEll'I' STUART . . . ROIIERT CATESBY 'liALlAl4'liRRO . IJCCTRAND TIENNIS ..... VVALTER IIENRY THOMAS . . RALPH RUDOLIIH '1lll0Ml'SON . MARY IQATIIERINIE THORII . l'IERBER'l' '1lR0'l"l'liR, JR. . . . . S'l'OCK'l'ON GRAEME '.llURNBUl.l., STANLEY Al.BIlR'll TWARDY , JOHN CPRIIER VARNIER, JR. . . JAMES TIIOMAS WAl.KliR , , . LEWIS lViliRlWli'I'lllER VVALKER, JR. . . SAMUEL BRANCH WALKER . . ALEXANDER DONIPIIAN WALLACE . SEEON RAINS WAI.I.AcE, JR. . . l7l.li'l'ClIlER BANGS VVATSON . GEORGE CARSON WATSON . DAVID BARR VVEEE . . . VVILLIAM STONE VVIEIEDON . RICHARD ALExANDER VVIEISS . BRADEORD CASREY WELLS . THOMAS EUGENE VVEST . . . RAYMOND NEIRIRR VVILEURN . SAMUEL VVILCOX . .... . GORDON BLOOMI-'IELD VV0l.CO'l"l' . JOIIN LEWIS VVOOD ..,. PIHNIEAS PERSONS VVRIGHT . MUNI-'ORD RADI-'ORD YA'l'liS . .wk . Farmville, VII. . Richmond, Va. . . Phoebus, VII. . Warrcnton, Va. . University, Va. . . .FI'ieS, VII. . . .WooIlstock, VII. JR. . Arlington, N. J. . .StIlITlf01'il, Conn. . . Bonham, Texas . Gordonsville, Va. . Petcrslnurg, Va. . . Boise, Idaho . Hampton, VII. . . University, Va. . ClIIItlIIIm, Va. . Danville, VII. . . .lD0lliS11, Va. . Wilmington, Del. . . I'IlJ.flllZlllKiS, N. J. Parkerslwnrg, VV. Va. . Bacon'S Castle, Va. . .Roanoke, Va. . Riclimond, Va. . Eatontown, N. J. . . I-Iomer, Ill. . Cleveland, Ohio . LJ'llCl1l3lIl'g', Va. lm f J. L . KLWA 5 , i M 359' 2 W' if ' v x BUCK FGLIR MWZKWJJ james McConnell was tire first Virginia stu- cient killed in time World War. This memorial statue is the work of Gutzon Borglum anci time gift of W. W. Fuller, of Briarcliff Manor, New York, ancl John B. Cobb, of New York City. "I choose to serve. There are worse fates than deathf' r fn fe, , it WW .1 , , V ,-eww.. H-.-ww. ww ..y-1.,Q,,.- .,,,:1,::.,, ' S '1'?iYj'f12aa1fQ1 fi 1' ff-we 31-5 . 2 Yiivirgfw ' , K ,, 'gm K A 1 . M I .,,l.12gf, ixm Y-515, gg-.xx -f ' -1 K ki,-f'i ffe?s:z,2f' "M K 'Wil- 'HY 'M N ,QV-,417 'MX , .f. , .swf www? A, ,,. .LV with 5, 1 ,Q .Q E N X 'Q 1 ,. A, -v . 1 f- - 1- 'aw ffm. .wxm-:-4:I-www L 1.m:m,mfb-,D15525:,.?i55.y4gf-Fhithiffggl ., yy :,.w,'. r, J V. W 1 -,g'iiii9W'G1" k",'4"-m1'w 1 A 1 Q !f was 1 fwf,.4,.L,.: '- .i ' .1 .. ' ' , ,,.. , W1 ..-,-... .. 1f,'v" 1-1 '..., 1.11 w., .-f' .. A' ., .- H - .- S M Hr. ,,1v,.,,.,,,1.-1, VM. fm- 1.5419.,m,,v:,,g4LfwQ-:-,,Bmw -L ,-1.-1:-LA My - 3. mf -X, W . - -- A V - - - - ' an x NORTON G. PRITCHETT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Norton G. Pritchett is a native of Missouri. He studied at the University of Tennessee and at the University of Louisville, later doing special work at Harvard and VVisconsin. In the summer of 1935 he assumed his duties as director of the new department of intercollegiate ath- letics and physical education at the University, having come here from a most successful admin- istration in a similar position at Davidson College. Already he is a great favorite. As Athletic Director at Woodberry-Forest School, at Sewanee, and at Davidson, Captain Pritchett gained a knowledge of athletic administration that has fit him singularly well for his work here. In speaking of his appointment, President Newcomb has said: "Some of the qualities which the head of this department should possess are: good administrative ability, a knowledge of what constitutes first-rate intercollegiate coachingg a broad sympathy with the University of Virgiuia's policy concerning athleticsg ability to meet and talk with alumni groups in an appealing fashiong and possession of the qualities of personality and character which cause him to attract and maintain the confidence and loyalty of young men. VVe are confident that in Captain Pritchett we have found the man who most nearly combines in one person the ideal requirements for this position." No finer tribute can be paid Captain Pritchett than to say that, in the eyes of the University, he has already more than justified this confident expression of our President. I55 C-5. A. A. OFFICERS ARCI-IIE HAI-IN, JR. ..,.. ..,.,..., . ,,,. . , ,President GORDON RAINEY .,,..,.... ...,.,,. , ,.........., S ecretary NORTON PRITCHETT ....,...,.. Director of Athletics CHARLES P. NASH ,... Faculty Chairman EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ARCI-IIE I-IAI-IN, JR. JOHN W. LEYS GORDON RAINEY HARRY MARTIN CHARLES PRINCE 'I' ADVISORY COMMITTEE ALUMNI MR. CHARLES MQ STRICKLING MR. H. M. BOWEN MR. GEORGE S. SHACKELFORD FACULTY DR. WILBUR A. NELSON CAPTAIN NORTON PRITCI-IETT MR. CHARLES P. NASI-I, JR. STUDENT ARCI-IIE I-IAI-IN, JR. JOHN W, LEYS CHARLES L. PRINCE I56 GORDON RAINEY .. . - . GRIEIfI'I'II DODSON, JR. ROBERT ST. JOHN . . ROBERT AEEI'I"I' CIIARLES ADAMS, JR. EDGAR ANDREWS, JR. WILI.IAM ARMS'l'RONG WILLIAM BANKS WILLIAM BANTA IAIOMER BAST SPENCER BIERGER GRIFF BERKELEY NED BOOKIER LEWIS BOSIIER, JR. CURTIS BOULDIN MARION BROOKS RAY BURGER JOIIN CAI.I. MORTIMER CAIILIN VINCENT CARDWELL CIIARI.ES CARNAN, JR. FRANCIS CARTER, JR. GEORGE CARY I'I'AI.O CHARAMIEIIIIA GEORGE COEN fIli0RGIE COLES JOSEPH COwGII.L ANDREW CONNIER, JR. FREDERICK CRAMER STEIII-IEN DAVENPORT, GREGORY DENNE II OFFICERS MEIXIIIERS GRIEIfI'I'IfI DODSON, JR. JAMES DRIVER JAMES EDMUNDS AUGUSTUS EEPS NORELEE1' ETHEREDGE, DONAI.D FITZIIUGII HENRY FITZIIUGII, III LANGDON CIHER TIIOMAS GORDON, JR. ARCIIIII HAIIN, JR. MAYNARD IIARIIOVV GEORGE HARRIS CARRINGTON HARRISON DUNCAN HAVVIIIEY PIZYTON HOGE, III ARTHUR ICl.INEl4'IiI.'l'l2R r1'HOMAS LAEEEY JOHN LAROWE JOIIN LEYS EVAN MALE IIARRY MARTIN VVILLIAM MCCLUNG ELEXIS McGRA'I'II ROEERI' NELSON, JR. JOIIN NOLL ROYDEN PIEABODY, JR. WILLIAM POINDEx'I'ER, CHARLES PRINCE VVIIIIIARD QUARI.ES GORDON RAINEY CARI. ROIIMANN JOHN RUST LOUIS SCIIMIDT CHARLES SCI-IWARTZ l57 CLUB . - . - .l'rc.fidellt . . . .Vire-Iln-.ridmzt Szfcrvlary- T rea.vur1'r ALFRED SIECCOMBIE GEORGE SIIIBELS, JR. VIRGINIUS SIIACKI5I.I"0RD, JR I'IERnER'I' SIHRCK JOIIN SIMPSON, JR. FRANK SIPPLIEY DONNEI.I. SMI'I'II RAYMOND SMITH ROEERI' ST. JOIIN JAMES S'I'II'E JESSE STOCKIER HAROI.D S'I'UAR'I' CAEELL 'IIABB DONALD 'FAYLOR GUS TEEELL LEONARD TRI2l.l. S'I'. GEORGE 'TUCKER WEIR TUCKIER EUGENE VVAGER, JR. GEORGE VVAII' LIINVIS VVALKICR, JR. VVILLIAM VVEEKS, II HARRY VVIEIIIII COLLEN VVILKIN 'FIIOMAS VVIIITE, JR. MAYNARD WOMER FREDERICK ZHISBIERG, JR. VVILLIAM ZIMMICR, III ATHLETIC YEAR IN PICTURES Iii ni ,fx . ,ao-.H .x-.,--- f, Sr, john's racklers drag clown McGrath . . . Hai-varcl's Olney defeated by Harlow . . . Action from the Virginia-Navy game . . , Captain Engelhard poised for action against Johns-Hopkins . . ' . Everett and Smith show heels to Keydct hurdlers . . . Call goes over at tcn feet, six . . . Wilkin shoots at the sky, too, but in a different way . . . Bouldin scores on Carrer's Fly in Richmond game. I58 FCDCDTBALL JOHN WESLEY LEYS Captain l59 VARSITY FGOTBALL I935 I RESUME People who use a long list of victories as the only yardstick by which to measure the success of a football team may well have been disap- pointed with the 1935 aggregation. But to a broader student of the game and to one who sees more in it than a mere drive for victories at any cost, the season was far from a failure. No more gallant boys ever wore the Orange and Blue than those who played through the 1935 schedule. Though they succeeded in winning only one game, it could never be said of them that they stopped fighting. And even at Chapel Hill, on Thanksgiving Day, when they were hope- lessly outclassed by a superior North Carolina team, they put up a scrap that brought respectful comment from every spectator. - Ten games were played, six of them at home. The first played in Williamsburg on a sultry mid-September day, resulted in a 0-0 tie with the William and Mary Indians. This was the first of four scoreless ties that the Cav- aliers were to play. Following this, on Sep- tember 28, Virginia returned to Scott Stadium to play a small but fighting Hampden-Sydney College team. The boys from Death Valley brought scarcely enough men to use as substitutes in emergency and had been scheduled largely be- cause it was thought they would give us a breather before harder games that were to follow. As it turned out, few harder games followed, and when the final whistle blew, it was the Tigers who led, 12 to 7. The Davidson game was next. It was played here and resulted in another scoreless tie. On Thursday of the next week the Cavaliers engaged Navy at Annapolis. It was the celebration of the ninetieth anniversary of the Naval Academy and COACH TEBELL a goodly number of dignitaries were on hand. The official dignity of the dignitaries was con- siderably dampened during a wild first half in which the gambling Virginia boys outsmarted and outplayed the bigger Middie team. But the tables turned in the last half, and Navy uncorked a counter drive that gave them a 26-7 victory. The next week saw the University chalk up its only victory-at the expense of St. John's. A 0-0 battle with V. M. I.'s Keydets followed this victory and a week later we entered the lost col- umn again, having been urged to do so by a powerful Maryland team. Our next game was played in Lexington, with Washington and Lee as opponents. They won, 20-0. On November 9th, in their last home ap- pearance, the Cavaliers held V. P. I. to a 0-0 tie. The season was closed at Chapel Hill on Thanks- giving Day when North Carolina's great team outclassed us, 61-0. RESULTS Virginia 03 William and Mary, . Virginia 7g Hampden-Sydney ., Virginia .,,,,,.. Virginia Virginia Virginia ......... Og Davidson College .. 7g Navy ,....,....,,. 185 St. John's ...... , Og V. M. I. ......... . Virginia 75 Maryland ...,..... Virginia 03 Washington and Lee Virginia. Og V. P. I. ...,,.... . Virginia 05 North Carolina .... TH Gus TEDELL .,., E. R. SLAUOI-ITER THOMAS N. WI-IIT CARL BERGMANN WILLIAM BARTELS ROBERT M. BLAKE E STAFF . ....,L..... C oacln , . .... Assistant Coaclr E, JR. . . ...A...... Manager .. .. . Assistant Manager , . , . Assistant Manager . , . .Assistant lwanager THE TEAM WILLIAM BANKS .. GEORGE COEN .... ANDREW CONNER . . . STEPHEN DAVENPORT .. PEYTON HOGE, TU . JOI-IN LEYS ...., . . EVAN MALE . . . HARRY MAR1'IN . . ELEXIS MCGRA'TH . . ALFRED SECCOMDE .. , . .Tackle . , . . .Center . . .Halfback . Center . . . Guard . . . ..,,.. Encl . . .Quarterback . . . Halfback ....Halfback Guard GEORGE SEIBELS DONNELL SMITH LEONARD TRELL WEIR TUCKER WILLIAM WEEKS CULLEN WILKIN 0 I , THOMAS XVHITIY. JR. lU.rn.Igrr . . . . .Guard ....I-Ialfback , . .Tackle ..,.Encl . . .Tackle . , . .End Q , N I.. Q . 4' f I f ii Lv K .ion N LEYS f I ma Aw aprnffv , 4 P ,, 94. fig. '5 ' 7' , ML, 1 it--rv" ,kv W 1 , . .1la,,3,,,!AL! ,T 'N HARRY MARTIN Illlflilfk .400 CAPTAIN-51567 . ' I , ,, . , GEORGE SEIBELLS JR.'c11.4p0 CUlLENWII.KEN+fgv0 THE SEASON For the first time in many years the University of Virginia football team opened its season away from home by holding William and Mary to a 0-0 tie in the dedication of the new stadium at NVilliamsburg. The meeting was the seventh be- tween the two schools and the Cavaliers main- tained the clean 1'ecord of six former games by holding the Indians scoreless. Both teams battled hard throughout, but were slowed down by the scorching heat. The game saw the retu1'n to the Virginia line-up of Harry lVIartin and Bus Maile, backfield stars who had been benehed by injuries the year before. Virginia threatened first early in 'the second QLIZIITCI' when she recovered a fumble on the In- dians' eight-yard line. lVIartin went over the goal line on third down, only to have the play called back for an off-side penalty, and two incomplete passes ended the threat. The longest run of the game was made by Al Szumigala, Indian back, who carried the second half kick-off fifty yards to the Cavaliers' thirty-yard line. The ensuing drive was checked by Virginia, however, and the end l i -.. A A r Oh of the game found Virginia driving toward the Indians' goal. Captain john Leys began his third season aus- pieiously, playing a beautiful defensive game and gaining frequently on an end-around play. Con- nie Ring, playing his first Varsity game, did an excellent job of backing up the Virginia line. Virginia Loses to Hampden-Sydney Playing in Scott Stadium for the first time in 1935, the Cavaliers went down in defeat before a battling team of Tigers from Hampden-Sydney College. The score was 12-7 and marked the first victory for the Tigers at our expense in thirteen attempts. Virginia scored first after Leonard Trell had recovered a Hampden-Sydney fumble on their seven-yard line in the first quarter. Martin car- ried the ball over. The Tigers retaliated in the second quarter when White bucked the line for a score after a fifty-yard march had put them in position. In the second half a series of penalties and a costly fumble paved the way for the Tigers' second touchdown. Virginia fought desperately during the closing minutes to pull the game out of the fire, but the inspired Hampden-Sydney team dug in and held their ground until the final whistle. Davidson Tied, 0-0 Against Davidson on the following week-end the Cavalie1's showed a complete 1'eversal of form and played the strong Wildcat team to a scoreless tie. Near the end of the first half Virginia pushed down to the visitors' ten-yard line, where David- son dug in and held. At this point Harry lVIartin left: Harry Martin almost got away this play. The gentlemen in pursuit are Williani and Mary Indians. At rigln: Another potential ground- gainer is dropped on thc scrimm gf lin': by Captain LL-ys. Ir got to be a habit with John. attempted a field goal, but the ball went wide of the posts. The second half was close through- out, neither team making a serious threat to cross the other's goal-line. The Virginia team con- tinued to play a wide-open game, throwing laterals frequently. Leys and Wilkiii Were once more outstanding by their end play and George Seibels did a beautiful afternoon's work at guard. . Navy Wins, 26-7 The Navy football team celebrated the ninetieth anniversary of the founding of the Naval Academy by coming from behind to defeat a tiring band of Cavaliers. Virginia threatened early when a pass fl'01ll lVIartin to Conner advanced the ball to Navy's seven-yard stripe. The Middies held for downs, however, and immediately began a counter march which was finally checked on the Orange and Blue four-yard line. Here the Cav- aliers uncorked their most spectacular play of the season when Martin, standing ten yards behind his goal line, passed to Bus Maile on the thirty- ya1'd line. Male weaved his way to mid-field and, as he was tackled, threw a lateral to Captain .l0l1lmy Leys, who sped the last fifty yards for the score. The extra point was converted and, although Navy scored late in the second period, Virginia left the field at the half leading, 7-6. I In the second half the Cavaliers early began to tire. Schmidt started things off for the Naval Academy when he returned Seibel's kick-off ninety- five yards for a score. Antrim and Thomas scored the last two touchdowns. Conner, Daven- D0rt, and john Leys were Virginia's outstanding hlayers, the latter receiving an All-American merit card for his performance in this game. Victory Over St. John's Returning to their home grounds, the Cavaliers broke into the win column with an I8-0 decision over St. ,Iohn's of Annapolis. Virginia scored in the first two minutes of play, following an eighty- five yard kick-off return by lflexis lVIcGrath. Martin drove over center to score from the eight- een-inch marker. Virginia immediately marched back again to the johnnies' ten-yard line, but there lost the ball. Near the end of the quarter Mar- tin scored again on a twenty-four yard run. St. john's made its only scoring threat late in the second period when they reached the twenty-two yard line before being halted. The final touch- down came when Burns, of St. John's, passed from behind his goal into the arms of Captain Leys, who ran seven yards to make the score. The running of lVIartin and llflcflrath were features of this game. A Third Scoreless Tie V. lW. I. came over from Lexington on Oc- tober 29th and held Virginia to a 0-0 tie in the feature event of Homecoming Day. As in the two previous scoreless games, statistics showed that wsumm sANKs-mem A.s.coNNen,Ja,,aLmfK Leoninbrneit-mmf f A 1 in 'll ' 1' 1A Q - I ll I l 'I I the Cavaliers outplayed their opponents by a slight margin. A crowd of eight thousand Watched the contest and more spirit was evidenced than in any previous game. Harry Martin broke loose for the best run of the day in the middle of the first quarter, when he crossed the V. M. I, goal line standing up after a dash of more than thirty ya1'ds. The ball was brought back and Virginia penalized, ending what looked like a serious Cavalier threat. In the sec- ond quarter a well-executed lateral pass from Rob- erson to Baer advanced the ball to the Orange and Blue fifteen-yard line, and two runs by Dod- son and Roberson netted seven ya1'ds. Here Rob- erson attempted a field goal which failed. V. M. I. got as far as Virginia's twenty-yard stripe again in the third quarter, but was unable to score. The Cavaliers rallied in the closing moments and completely dominated the play, though they were never able to push over a score. Steve Davenport played his usual heads-up game at center and Weeks and Banks did great Work at the tackles. Wilkin's long punts were features of the game. Maryland Gets Scare, but Wins, 14-7 Still striving for their first Southern Conference victory, the Cavaliers entertained the University of Maryland in Scott Stadium on November 5th. The Old Line team proved too strong for the Orange and Blue, howeve1', and a steady touch- down drive in the final quarter netted them a I4-7 victory. Virginia scored Hrst on a sensational pass play. Harry Martin took a punt on his own ten-yard stripe and ran backwards to the four-yard line before lateralling diagonally across the field to Bus Male. Male ran up to the thirty-five yard line before lateralling back to Martin who raced the remaining distance to the score. The lead was short-lived, however, for the Terrapins im- mediately launched a determined drive that re- sulted in a touchdown and a tie score at the half. During the last half Maryland held the upper hand and Ellinger finally scored their winning touchdown. As the game ended they were strug- gling hard to score again. The line play of Al Seccombe and the running of lVIartin and Male featured this exciting contest. Washington and Lee Wins Easily On November 2nd, in Lexington, Washiiigtoii and Lee's Generals scored three times in the last half and for the fifth consecutive year held Vir- ginia scoreless. Their heavy line proved too much for the Cavaliers, and the fast-stepping Blue and White backs ran through the tiring Virginia line almost at will in the closing minutes. The Cav- aliers we1'e apparently suffering from a let-down in this game and their play was ragged. There was no score during the first half and the result of the game seemed to be a toss-up as lefl: Bus Male asks the V. M. I. Keydets to pardon his dust. EVAN MAlE-Qunnrfkancx s A1 ri bt: A nice run by A. B. Conner S down the Maryland sideline. the teams took the field for the third quarter. But on the third play, M00l'C intercepted Martin's pass and ran thirty-five yards for a touchdown. A pass from Ellis to Sample, a twenty-yard run by Arnold, and a one-inch line buck netted the second score. Another long run by Arnold set the stage for the Generals to score their third touchdown. V. P. I.-Another Scoreless Tie In a sea of mud and under a continual down- pour the Cavaliers came back to hold the highly favored V. P. I. eleven at bay and achieve their fourth scoreless tie of the season. The game was hard-fought, Virginia being anxious to score her first major victory and V. P. I. being equally anx- ious to break the jinx of tie games that has marked her last three appearances in Scott Stadium. The first quarter was a kicking duel between Wilkili and "Fonts" Dickerson, the Tech star, with neither gaining an advantage. The Gob- blers threatened late in the second quarter and the half ended with the ball on the Virginia twen- ty-yard line. The Cavaliers received a set-back when Captain Leys was injured and removed from the game in the third quarter. Late in the fourth he was able to return and be instrumental in stop- ping several V. P. I. threats. The first of these threatsxcame when Virginia fumbled the wet ball On the I4-yard line, with Tech recovering. After Virginia had kicked out of danger, V. P. I.'s Mal HCl1l'y advanced the ball to the shadow of the Cavaliers' goal posts. Here the Cavaliers took it On downs and Martini had just broken loose for a thirty-ya1'd dash as the final whistle blew. Cap- tain Leys, T1'ell, Seibels, Wilkin, and Martin played the best ball for Virginia. North Carolina Is Easy Victor Flashing a brilliant show of power, the greatest North Carolina team in years smothered Virginia in the Thanksgiving Day game at Chapel Hill. The Tarheels scored no less than nine touchdowns and seven extra points to hand the Cavaliers their worst defeat ever received at the hands of a South- ern eleven. The Carolina team, slated for the Rose Bowl until upset by Duke the week previous, were in championship form and took no pains to conceal the fact from the Cavaliers. Four scores came in the first half, with Illont- gomery and Don jackson leading the assault on our goal. In the last half the Heels rolled up five, the last coming as a result of a sensational lateral pass play featuring jackson, Bershak, and Buck. In this game seven Cavaliers wound up their careers. They were Coen, Hoge, Leys, Scccombe, Seibels, Smith, and Wilkin. Captain Leys, partly because of his splendid play on this day, was chosen as end on the All-Southern Team for 1935. FIRST-YEAR FOOTBALL 1935 STAFF FRANK SIPPLEY . . . . .... ,...... C oark SPENCER BIZRCIER . .... . . . flssislazzl Caarlz EUGENE WAGER, JR. . . . . . .fl.vsi.vlaul Coarl: ARTIIUR KI.INlil"liI.'I'liR . . . .Manager r.l'EAM JOIIN ACREE . . . . . Guard CABIELI. MADDUX . . Guard SAMUEL ANIJIERSON . . . llalfback EARL MALE . . . . . End ALI-'RED BliRKlil.l5Y . . . . Crulrr PE'l'liR NIs'I'AD . . llalfback HARRY IDINVVIDDIIE . . Quarlrrbark EDWIN PARKER . . - Guard NORMAN FINRELSTEIN . . . llalfback JOSEPII PINDIER . . llalfback EDWARD FINLAY, JR, , , . - Emi I.OUIs REDAVID . . Ilalfback CARL FIIIEMING, JR. . . . Tackle JAMES SARGEANT . . .End RALPII FEII. . . . . Guard CIIEs'I'ER SELTZER . . Guard WOODRUIIII CIIEORGIE . . Emi JAMES S'I'RAs . . . . Guard DAVID HARRISON . . . Guard JOIIN SZYMAN . . Fullback WILLIAM HOBACK , . . Guard CLEMEN1' r1'l'l'COMB Ilalfback KEI.I.0GlT HOOKER . . . . Tarkla ROGER '1'YLER . . . Cantor JEROME HOROWITZ . . . . Tackle '1'll0MAS VVALRER . . Tackle IEDWARD MACAIILEY . . . Tackle LANIJON VVELLI-'ORD . Tackle 'IQIIOMAS MCCARTIN . . . End BYRNE VVIII'I'EsIDE . . . . End RECORD VIRGINIA . . 65 MARYLAND . . 2 VIRGINIA . . 13g V. P. I. . . 6 VIRGINIA . . og V. M. I. ...... , , 39 VIRGINIA . . IZQ WAsIIING'I'ON AND Llili . . . 6 VIRGINIA. . I.1.Q NOR'I'II CAROLINA . . , 0 FIRST-YEAR FOOTBALL TEAM I66 THE SEASON After the not-too-successful season of 1934, it was heartening to watch the First-Year gridders come through one of the most successful seasons that a Virginia football team has enjoyed in years. They had a great passing attack and a strong line, and, what is more important, fine spirit. In five tries they lost only once-this to the al- most unbeatable V. M. I. Rats of 1935. Opening against the Maryland Frosh, the little Cavaliers got off to an auspicious start. Nistad took the kick-off on his own five and raced to mid-field before he was dragged down. Dinwid- die then passed to Woody George, who ran across the Terp's line for the only touchdown. The running of Nistad and Pinder and the passing of Dinwiddie were features. In the fourth quarter the latter, acting as field general, elected to give the Terrapins a safety rather than risk a blocked kick, making the final score: Virginia 6, Maryland 2. The Yearlings next trounced the V. P. I. Rats, 13-6. With an assortment of fancy plays and a display of deadly blocking that was delightful to watch, the little Cavaliers succeeded in running up a first half lead which the Tech men could never catch. Early in the second period, Nistad took a V. P. I. punt and weaved his way across the goal line. Virginia's other score came in the third quarter, when McCartin recovered a fumble, pav- ing the way for Nistad to carry the ball to the three-yard line. There he was caught from be- hind by Cambell, of the Rats, and Virginia lost the ball. But a moment later it was in their hands again and Dinwiddie passed to Sargeant for the score. Dinwiddie made a further contribution in the form of a beautiful placement kick for the extra point. In the final quarter, V. P. I. drove the ball over the Yearling's goal line for six points. The line buck for an extra point was frustrated. Q In the third game of the season, Virginia was soundly trounced by the V. M. I. Rats. Sippley's men were playing on foreign ground and were faced with a larger, more experienced team. The game ended with the little Cavaliers on the short end of a 39-0 score. Amid a great display of spirit in the student body, the first-year gridders trounced the Wash- ington and Lee freshmen, 12-6. ARTHUR KLINEFELTER Manager In the second quarter of this game, Brown, of Washington and Lee, recovered a fumble. Then Craft passed to Borries who lateralled to Dunlap. After a loss on this occasion the same Craft-Bor- ries-Dunlap combination, a moment later, passed its way to a position sufficiently advantageous to enable the little Generals to rally on the very next play. In the fourth quarter Virginia retaliated. A pass from Dinwiddie to George evened the score. Following this, Finkelstein intercepted a Washington and Lee pass, and on the next play Dinwiddie passed to Nistad, who went over for the second score. The Generals got the ball on the one-foot linc four times, but were unable to proceed further. The only other threat was a run by Sargeant after intercepting a pass from the opposition. The game ended before Virginia could take advantage of the fine scoring position afforded by this eighty- yard sprint. In their last game, the Yearlings defeated North Carolina's Freshmen, 14-0. This clinched second place in the Southern Conference for Virginia. The passing of Dinwiddie, the running of Nistad, the line play of McCartin, Sargeant, Berkeley, and Acree were features of this game. The first score came on a pass from Dinwiddie to McCartin. Dinwiddie's placement kick was good. The half ended with the Tarbabies fight- ing desperately to even the score. Early in the second half, Cernugel, of the Tarheels, shot a pass which the ever alert Sargeant intercepted and carried across the goal line for a second score. Dinwiddie once more converted, making the score 14-0. THE BOXERS IN ACTION -Q Shui, 1 --v-My Cl1:l1'nlm'lla mul his nppnlwm pau:-.u for 1-4-fwslllm-m , , , Nlnrimn llrnoks gms rumfnrtnlulc rn lnnlc nvvr llmu slnlnngv cloni- nn Slwrvs, of Nmrlx C.nl'ollnn . . , llxll lVlrf,lung drops l'A:ln-V, nunrlwr Carolina nu' . . . V. lVl. l.'s Captain linynl is mlm-Cisirmul lwy lVlnynnrcl Harlow , . . Marry Cnplilfs nppunvnl Llnvs fl lwounring lmll act . , . llny Srlnnimlt, just lwvforc lu' K. O.'nl lVlml'vll, of Nnvy . . . l"rn'cl Crnmur In-nts old rival, Ray ol Cfnruliun . , Tln' Nlinlnlxvm and Cavaliers cmnpmv snrl- clxins Ill'KUl' rlw fun is ovvr, X M NARD EMER Capt I69 :fr and fha "Johnny and his boys have done it again" was the message that went out over the wires on the night of February 29th, after the Cavaliers of the University of Virginia had captured their seventh South- ern Conference Championship. And in more than this one way did Johnny and his boys "do it againi' in 1936. ' Too much credit cannot be given LaRowe for this. In ill health all year and continually on crutches, he stuck to his job with that same courage and devo- tion that every one of his boxers have ab- sorbed from him and that makes them champions in their competition. The boys who fought this year were in every way true pupils of LaRowe. Though suffering a heart-breaking set-back in their first match, with-Harvard, they came back nobly to win every succeeding dual meet and to triumph in the Conference Tour- nament. Thirteen men saw action during the season. Captain Womer fought nach B61 TOWE Oxiliq 665012 through every dual meet, but was forced to undergo an operation late in the season that prevented his entering the Conference Tournament. Not until this time did it become known generally that this brave boy had fought every one of his fights in great pain and under a terrific handicap. Three Conference champions were pro- duced. John Simpson won the 115-pound title in his first year of varsity competition. George Cary and Cramer were others who won crowns. Brooks and Harlow were runners-up, while Schmidt and Caplin gave excellent accounts of themselves but were stopped before they reached the finals. Still another boy, A. C. Epps, so com- pletely convinced his coaches and team- mates that he had the heart of a champion that he, too, won a letter. Epps had never engaged in varsity competition, but, in three years on the squad, had shown such courage and noble spirit that his reward of a letter was rejoiced at by all. j0nN I.ARon'1a . Al. YORK . . . MM'r-:Aim VVUMIQR . Tnoivms Gorman, Jn. . . lincmu Annlnaws, JR l7v'roN Rlcnmums . . iiliRl3I'IR'l' Snmcx . . . . . . . Conrh . f1.V.Vi.VllIlll Crmrll . - . Cajvlain . , . ..Mr11mg4'l' ,-l.f.vi.vlru1l MlIIlI1fll'l' . . .'lx.ri.vI1111I Mrl1111g1'1A . ,f'l.TA'i,VllllIl Jwllllllfjfl' I'rtn.0 C1m1mMm,l,A . . Iianlamfwriglzl jonN SIMPSON! ju. . . . Bllllflllllflllldflllf fil'1ORGli CARY . . . . I'il'lll1Il'l"LUl'i!1lIl fiRIiGORY DHNNIQ . . .1"ral!n'r'f1.ur'igl1l Aur:L1s'rUs Iivrs . . . . l"ralh1'l'wriyl1l Minurm Bkooxs . . .lriyfllmvriylfl MAYNARD VVQMHR . . . IV,-llf'rfw1-iglll MAYNARD lIArn.on' . , .luninr Mitlfllrfwwiylfl VVn.l.mM iViCCI.UNG . .J1mim' Mitlfllrfwriylzl VVn.1,nxM BANKS . - -Mff1fUf"wf'i!lflf MoR'l'1M1aR CAPLIN . Louis Scnivtnrr . . FREIJICRICK tjimmlsu jonw Nom. .. . - RECORD Virginia . Ilarvard . . . . Virginia . . . . Virginia Military lnstitntc . . Virginia . . . . . North Carolina . . Virginia . . . . Maryland . . Virginia . . . . . Virginia Polytechnic: Institute . . Virginia . . . , . University of Rirhmnntl . Virginia . . . . . Navy... . .. . -Mirfr1f1'wr'fgfll ljgflll ll1'1m1ytw1'iylll . .llm-vyfwriglll . llra-vyfwriglll . . 3',fQ . . 456 . . 714 A . LQ . . 6 , .414 . . 396 . .454 - - M . . 8 . . O . - 6 lfirxl l'larr, Suullwrlz C0llf1'l'l'Ill'I' 1'0lU'llIlIlll'Ilf. Captain Wntiin-I' Downs Urn-asil, nf Hnt'vnl'ni K i WILLIAM M CCLUNG .numon-monu.wsnon1'- LOUIS A mam' Fneo CQAM ER HEAvvw:um-er , J OH N NOLL HEAVVWEIGM1' CAPTAIN AND MAYNARD HARLOW -,Jumon MIDQLEWEIGHT MAYNARD 1' . JOHN SIMDSON ,JR. BANTAM WEIGHT i fl l MAmoN alzoons T ' LIGHTWEIGHT a..f . Iirlmv: South Carolinas Taylor begins one of :hose peaceful dxscrnt h gl by b g., f S p gl FDU ' If on 3 FIITZI 'C YOITI SODYS OVCS. THE SEASON Harvard opened the season by tripping Virginia, 42 to 32, breaking her record of twenty-nine con- secutive victories. Charamella, fighting at 115 pounds, lost by deci- sion, and Denne, at 125, went out by a third-round T. K. O. Brooks retaliated by stopping his man in the first round. Womer tied the score with another technical. Harlow, at 155, stopped Olney. Har- vard then evened the count when Caplin finished on the short end of a close decision. Schmidt drew with Bill Smith, Crimson captain. just when he had his opponent well under control, Cramer re- ceived a cut over his eye which forced him to forfeit, thus giving Harvard a victory in the match. V. M. I. Is Easily Beaten The Cavaliers won handily from V. lVl. I. on the next Saturday. Making his first appearance in the varsity ring, John Simpson decisioned Cadet Brooke after flooring him in the second round. George Cary outpointed Eastham to win the 125-pound fight, and Brooks got another T. K. O. to make the score 3-0. Cap- tain Womer stopped his man in the first and Harlow defeated the V. M. I. leader by decision. Caplin got the nod over Whittle, while Virginia's Schmidt allowed his bout to go only forty-five seconds before V. M. I. was forced to withdraw. In the heavy- weight bout Noll drew with his opponent after a fast start when both men's faces were cut. Carolina Loses, 6-2 Swinging into winning stride, the Cavaliers had little trouble trouncing North Carolina. Simpson bowed to Diehl in a third round T. K. O., but George Cary decisioned his opponent to even things up. Brooks won from Shores and Captain Womer added to the score by a victory over Fisher, whose cut eye forced him to withdraw. Carolina gained its other win when Medynski punched out a decision over Harlow. Caplin won by T. K. O., and Schmidt defeated his favored opponent, No- vich, to leave no doubt as to the outcome of the match. Cramer returned to the ring to decision Ray and thus add another point. Terrapins Are Trounced Again this year Nlaryland furnished us with anx- ious moments before Fred Cramer clinched the meet. Simpson started Virginia off right with a T. K. O. over his man. Then Cary outpointed Birmingham to give Virginia a 2-0 margin. Webb, who had come down from 145 to meet Brooks, took a close decision. ulvan the Terrible" Nedomatsky evened the tally by getting the nod over Captain Womer. Lombardo nextldecisioned Harlow to make the score 3-2 in lVIaryland's favor. Caplin floored his oppo- nent for the count, whereupon Virginia's blond light- heavy, Schmidt, assured his team at least a tie by beating Gormley. Gobblers Beaten in Close Match V. P. I. gave unexpected trouble before falling, 4M to 322, before the Cavaliers. Simpson led off by dropping a decision to Vicks. Cary was T. K. Ofd by Captain Hall in the next iight and in the 135-pound bout Brooks was beaten. Captain Womer checked the onslaught when he T. K. O.'d Shepherd and Bill 1VIcClung made it two straight with a clean decision over his opponent. Billy Banks and Ross, of the Techmen, fought to a draw, after which Schmidt knocked out his oppo- nent. In the final fight Jack Noll got the nod over Mac Banks, of Tech, brother of Billy Banks, Vir- ginia middleweight. University of Richmond Is Easy Victim The Spiders were no match for Virginia. John Simpson began with a decision over the undefeated Spider captain, VVills. Cary won in the forty-Hrst second of the second round of his fight. Brooks won by a T. K. O. after dropping his game opponent six times. O,Flaherty, of the Spiders, succumbed to the punches of the Cavalier captain, Womer. Har- IOW Outpointed Lynch and Morty Caplin got a de- ' V- ' ' - ' . . . -- -H -m jinkinh. of C.l1-msnu, is in obvious tlouhli nfru n night fm George Cary. , i v .W I , 1.,,,.-1' . . into CHARAMELLA SANTAMWIIOMT ' x ' E. i 4 K 'U'-:. X ' M1 'fa' V .4 - ' E' i t GREGORY DE N NE. FEA11-oznwzuaur A.C.EPPS FIATHERWEIGHT WILLIAM BAN KS Mlnutzwsnon-r THOMAS conoou ,Jlz. , MANAGER , VARSITY TEAM cision over Tobias in the middleweight bout. The Spiders forfeited the heavyweights, giving Virginia a clean sweep. Navy Is Submerged, 6-2 Virginia closed its dual meets with its fourth con- secutive win over the Naval Academy. Simpson opened by outpointing Midshipman Car- roll, and George Cary had his man hanging on through sheer courage at the end of their fight. Captain Blitch decisioned his old rival, Brooks, and Navy increased her score when Luby upset Captain Womer. Harlow edged the Virginians into a 3-2 lead by a victory over Hocker and Caplin took Grif- finis measure. Schmidt gained a T. K. O. at the expense of Navy's football captain-elect and Cramer then skillfully avoided the strong arms of Ferrara, noted as the strongest man at the Academy, to make the score 6-2. Another Conference Championship Simpson, Cary, and Cramer carried the Virginia colors to victory in the tournament. Brooks and Harlow were nosed out in the finals. Simpson scored in the 115-pound class by a second round T. K. O. over Taylor of South Carolina. Cary became champion when he defeated the Tar- heel captain, Eustler. In the 135-pound class, Brooks lost to Kneipp, of Duke, in a fast battle. Nedo- matsky, of Maryland, took the 145-pound crown. He defeated McClung in the semi-finals after the Cavalier had scored a surprise victory over the Tar- heel ace, Fisher. Harlow dropped a close decision to Cadet Donovan, of V. M. I. Novich of North Carolina,, won over Duke's Mann in the middle- weight match, and Gormley, from Maryland, lost to Matulewicz, of Duke, after the latter had won a heart-breaker from the Cavalier, Schmidt. In the final fight Cramer outpointed Clemson's Cliif Hen- ley, to retain his title. Duke's fighters placed second in the meet and Maryland tied with North Carolina to share honors for third place. N. C. A. A. Olympic Tryouts The N. C. A. A. boxing tournament was held at Charlottesville for the first time this year and drew the cream of the nationis college boxers to the Uni- versity. Examinations and injuries had depleted the Cavalier ranks and but two men, Harlow and Cramer, entered. The former dropped a close decision to the man that was to go on and win the 155-pound championship, Fink of Syracuse. Fred Cramer lost in the semi-finals to another Syracusan, Brown. Both Virginians won one Hght before being put out. Among the celebrities present at these fights were Gene Tunney, retired heavyweight champion of the world, and Adolph Lcftwich, former Cavalier scrap- per who represented the United States in the Olympifi games a decade ago. FIR FIRST-YEAR TEAM ST-YEAR BOXING I 9 3 6 I STAFF GORDON RAINEY ....... ...,..,,..... ........ C o acl? I-IAROLD STUART ................. ........... C oaclv VIRGINIUS SHACKELFORD, JR. . . ,.., Manager TEAM ROSCOE ADAMS, JR. RICHARD MARSHALL CARL FLEMING, JR. THOMAS MCCARTIN RICHARD I-IOWE EDWARD MACAULEY, JR. BEN JACOBS LEWIS OEI-IMIG Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia RICHARD PAYNE JAMES PITTS GILBERT SALMOWITZ WILLIAM WILLCOX RECORD .,..4g V.lVI.I...,.., ...I3Mg North Carolina .. ...,5g MH3 ....3g V.P.I.... N.-5 I75 THE SEASON In their first match the Virginia yearlings drew with V. M. I.'s Rats. Jacobs started things off by knocking out Pax- ton, of V. M. I. In the featherweight division Adams drew with Slessman. Dick Marshall, at 135, outpointed Young, whereupon the Cadet 145- pounder retaliated by knocking out Oehmig. Hughes took a decision over the Cavalier, McCar- tin, in the 155-pound fight, and Dick Howe retali- ated by decisioning his opponent. Fleming and Thornton, V. M. I., fought to a draw. In the heavyweight class, Strickler, of V. M. I., won by T.K.O. over Willcox. On the night of January 25th, the First-Year Men were unable to break into the win column, though they gave a good account of themselves in losing, 42-32, to North Carolina's powerful Freshmen. Ben Jacobs left-jabbed his way to a decision over Crowley in the 115 pound class. Adams made it two up for Virginia by winning on decision from the Tarheel, Weeks. In the 135-pound class Payne lost by decision to Savin, a hard-hitting Carolinian. Next, in a slashing battle, James Pitts gained a draw with Coxetter, of the Heels. In a close fight, Tom McCartin gained the nod over his opponent to make the score 32 to 12 in favor of the little Cavaliers. At this point Ran- kin, of North Carolina, stepped up and outpointed Dick Howe. Macauley was then knocked out by Moore, of North Carolina, and Willcox suffered a similar fate at the hands of his opponent, two setbacks that furnished the Tarheels with their slim margin of victory. In their next match the Yearlings engaged the boys of Staunton Military Academy. At the end of a night of exciting fights, the little Cavaliers were ahead, 5 to 3. To start things off, Jacobs drew with the prep school champion, Biehle. Adams followed this with a T.K.O. over his fast opponent. A terrific left hook brought the end. Marshall next added another point by keeping his long left hand con- tinually in the face of his shorter opponent. Staun- ton forfeited the 145-pound fight to Pitts, of Vir- ginia. McCartin eked out a decision over Hiefen in the 155-pound class, making the score 42 for Virginia to 2 for S. M. A. Greene, a powerful slugger, put an end to this spree by downing Dick Howe in the first round of their bout. Virginia was forced to forfeit in the light-heavyweight class and in the heavyweight division, Mallissee and Ed Macauley, of Virginia, drew, to end the fighting. In the fourth, and as it happened, their last match, the men of Coaches Rainey and Stuart were beaten by the V. P. I. Rats at Blacksburg. They fought as a preliminary to the varsity en- gagement and the same jinx that bothered the older boys that night seemed to hang over them. As usual, Ben Jacobs and Roscoe Adams sent their team-mates off to a good start with a pair of clean-cut victories. Jacobs gained a T.K.O. over his game but outclassed opponent. Adams won by decision. The score became Virginia 2, V. P. I. 1, when Payne, fighting at 135 pounds, was out- pointed by his Gobbler opponent. Pitts, hitting with his usual power and deadly accuracy, forced his opponent to stop before the final round in the welterweight fight. The V. P. I. boy had taken too much punishment to come out for the third round. McCartin hit a snag in his winning streak when he went up against a stronger and more ex- perienced V. P. I. boy. He was knocked out. Sal- mowitz, fighting his Hrst hght, met a similar fate in the middleweight bout. Macauley sought vain- ly to stem the tide, but he, too, was forced to bow to a superior Techman. This made the final score 5 to 3. A fifth match had been scheduled with the Freshmen of the University of Maryland. But a unique series of injuries to Virginia's regulars made it inadvisable to attempt to go through with the engagement and it was called off. !"Uw-u-I--. VIRGINIUS SHACKELFORD, JR. Manager BASKETBALL RAYMOND SMITH Captain LEWIS WALKER, JR. Manager S T A F F Gus TEBELL ......... ..-- C 041-'li RAYMOND SMITI-I ,,.,,. I ..,., Captain LEWIS M. WALKER, JR. ..,..,.....,.. Manager JOHN ANTRIM, -JR, ,,,,,,,,., A55i5fc171f Mdndgef WILLIAM DICKSON, JR. .,..,. Assistant Manager MALCOLM FIRTI-I, JR. ....,... Assistant Manager TEAM ROBERT ABBITT .,......,, . . . .Center NED BOOKER . . . ANDREW CONNER, JR JAMES EDMUNDS Forward , ... L... Guard ....Forward EVAN MALE .........,. .... A Guard ROYDEN PEABODY, JR RAYMOND SMITH .... Guard ...forward FREDERICK ZEISBERG, JR. . . . ,... Center R E C O R D Virginia ..... ...,, 5 23 Bridgewater . 1 .,,.. 27 Virginia i.... .... Virginia. ..,. . . . . . Virginia ...., . . Virginian., .395 Langley Field ...... 22 225 Apprentice School ..17 39g Norport ....,..... 36 345 Clemson College ...45 Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia ..... Virginia Virginia Virginia ...., Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia .,... Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Un The QURT ...,.24g Willianm and Mary.. .....29g Dulce .,...28g N. Carolina State. .. .....25g North Carolina . . . . .225 Washingtolr and Lee .....33g North Carolina .... .....32g Randolph-Macon .....5lgV. ..,..26gNavy....., .,,..34gMaryland ....,32gRichmoncl.., .....28gDulce.... ....,37gV.M.I.... .....30gV.P.I..... ,....32gRichmond .....33jDaviclson . . . . .273 Washington and Lee Leisbcrg Tips to Booker in Navy Game. Ir Helped Us Wiim, 26-25. 32 45 40 38 35 30 30 45 25 40 47 44 36 26 42 28 36 THE S The 1936 basketeers opcned their season with a series of practice games played before and after the Christmas holidays. In every game the Cava- liers were victorious, though some of their oppo- nents furnished them with anxious moments. This preliminary work was to furnish Coach Tebell with a good idea of the ability of his men and to fa- miliarize him with the problems that he had to iron out. Bridgewater fell hrst before the Virginia sharp- shooters, by a score of '52 to 27. Victories over Langley Field, the Newport News Apprentice School and Norport followed this, in early Jan- uary. In the last-named battle the Cavaliers ex- perienced a great deal of difficulty swinging on to a first-half lead that three former University of Virginia stars in the Norport line-up seemed de- termined to cut down. The final tally showed Virginia in possession of 39 points, while the tide- water boys had been able to run up only 36. On the night of January 4th, Virginia opened her regular season against Clemson College on the Memorial Gymnasium fioor. The Tigers had brought a powerful team up from South Carolina and they took no pains to conceal the fact from EASON Tebell's men. At the end of the first half Clem- son held a 25-8 lead and seemed to be getting better as the night went on. Things looked very bad for Virginia when the second half opened, but the Cavaliers soon began a spurt that was to throw a scare into the cocky Tigers. Abbitt started things off by sinking a short shot under the bas- ket. Booker followed it up with two beautiful loopers from back of the foul-line and Zeisberg accounted for three points in rapid succession. Here Clemson braced, however, and went on an- other spree of their own that left Virginia trail- ing, 34 to 45, at the final whistle. On the next Wedllesday night, the Orange and Blue team engaged Willianm and Mary here, and lost. The Indians succeeded in gaining an early lead and the rest of this ragged game consisted of a contest to see whether or not Virginia could score at a faster rate than William and Mary and thus overcome their handicap. The visitors had a small but scrappy team and were particularly adept at slipping through the Cavalier defense. The final score was 24 for Virginia and 32 for William and Mary. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM V in L .ai Following this game the Cavaliers embarked for a tour of North Carolina, where they suffered three defeats. The powerful Duke team was the first to take their measure, and, on the night after this, North Carolina State ran up 20 points in the closing minutes to decisively trounce the Te- bellmen. North Carolina made it three straight against the Virginia team when they won at Chapel Hill, 38 to 25. When Virginia took on the Blue Phantoms of Washington and Lee they were still in a slump. The Generals won easily, 35 to 22, after which the Cavaliers set about preparations for their second battle with North Carolina. The Tarheels came expecting an easy victory, but were greatly surprised. For the first time in fourteen years the Cavaliers came out on the long end of the scoring. Captain Ray Smith, shoot- ing with deadly accuracy and sweeping up and down the court almost tirelessly, paced his mates in this exciting victory. With 15 points, he led the scoring, accounting for three more than did big Bud Abbitt. Playing at home once more the Orange and Blue team overcame the Yellow Jackets of Ran- dolph-Macon by 32 to 30. Roy Peabody was the hero of this game, accounting for 14 of his team's points. It was a ragged affair which started slow- ly and found Virginia behind by six points at half- time. . On the night of February first the Cavaliers played host to the Cadets of V. M. I. This was a hectic game that saw the scoring advantages see- saw back and forth innumerable times before the final whistle found the quints deadlocked at 42-all. In the extra period the Cavalier five put on a great spurt, however, and edged out a 51-45 advantage. Bud Abbitt and Shomo, visiting star, tied for scoring honors with fifteen each. Annapolis was the scene of the Virginians' next encounter. There Coach Tebell's live pulled their second great surprise of the season by upsetting the Middies, 26-25, in a game replete with thrills and bitterly contested until the last whistle. Though the Cavaliers held a lead at half time, it dwindled in the final period and, at the end of the regular playing time, the score was deadlocked at 19-all. Ned Booker paced his mates through the furious extra period that followed and ac- counted for most of the points that had the Cava- BUD ABBITT R FRED ZElSBERG,JR liers ahead at the finish. The Cavaliers played this game minus the services of their stellar center, Abbitt. It was their third over-time victory. The Orange and Blue five was not so fortunate when it moved over to College Park on the follow- ing night. There the fast University of Maryland team beat them by a 40-34 count. The University of Richmond was victorious in the next game ancl, in a return game, the Blue ROY PEABODY,JR JR ,ian-j. rvfm MALE Devils of Duke once more took the measure of the Cavaliers. With Bus Male sharpshooting from every angle, the Cavaliers managed to creep up within one point of the Dukemen's lead early In the second half, but the Devils took alarm and turned on a spirited rally that left the Cavaliers behind. The return of Bud Abbitt to the court was a large factor in enabling the Cavaliers to snatch another hairis-breadth victory from V. M. I. His follow-up shot in the last two seconds of play gave Virginia a 37-36 triumph in one of the most ex- citing games that the Orange and Blue men en- gaged in. Following this encouraging win, the Cavaliers travelled to Lynchburg to meet the V. P. I. team there. They were again victorious in a fast game that found them ahead by four points at the close. journeying next to Richmond, the Cavaliers met defeat at the hands of the strong Spider team. Throughout most of the game, the Cavaliers fought the Richmond team on even terms, but late in the final period their opponents began to pull away. The final score was 47 to 32, in favor of the Spiders. The Cavaliers looked a great deal better on the following night, when they engaged Davidson Col- lege here. Though an injured leg kept Captain Smith on the sidelines, the Virginia team was successful in demonstrating its superiority through- out. In the course of the night the Virginia five amassed 33 points to 28 for the Cats. After a much-needed five-day rest, the Cava- lier dribblers took on the Washington and Lee Blue Phantoms on their home Hoot and once more bowed to this great team. The Generals found the going harder than they had expected, but suc- ceeded in keeping a comfortable lead throughout. The final tally was 36-27. In their last game of the regular season, the Orange and Blue boys took another beating from the William and Mary Indians, this time at Wil- liamsburg. Roy Peabody, Virginia guard, and El- more, of the Indians, engaged in a battle royal for high-scoring honors in this game, the latter scoring eighteen to win by one point. Captain Smith and Abbitt were second in scoring for Virginia, ac- counting for nine points between them. On the fifth of March the team went to Raleigh to play in the Southern Conference tournament. There they had the ill fortune of drawing the champions-to-be, North Carolina, in the first round. The Tarheels proved too strong for the Cavaliers this time and won the game handily, 39 to 21. The team was playing without the services of Abbitr, who was injured, and had to call Fred Zeisberg out of a sick bed to H11 in at center. Cap- tain Smith led his team,s scoring with eight points and Booker trailed with six. FIRST-YEAR TEAM S TA F F ORLIN ROGERS ,,.,,.,,.....,, .... C oach CABELL TABB ..., . . . Manager T E A M R. R. BERNARD I. R. COHEN I-I. E. DINWIDDIE, JR. W. GEORGE, JR. ' K. W. HOLBERT D. M. LAY, JR. P. J. NISTAD L. F. REDAVID R. M. STAFFORD E. L. STRICKLER R. S. TURK R E C O R D Virginia .... ,..... 3 25 W. and L. ...,,... 34 Virginia ,.... ,,.. 3 75 Woodberry Forest . .15 Virginia .,.. 315 Massanutten .,,,,.. 38 Virginia ..,,. .,,. 3 65 A. M. A. ........., 14 Virginia ,,... .... 2 45 Newport News ,,.. 27 Virginia ..... .,,, 4 45 Presbyterian ....,. 16 Virginia .,.,. .... 2 65 V. M. I. .........., 33 Virginia .... ..,, 3 O5 A. M. A. .......... 31 Virginia ..... ,,,. 2 55 Woodberry Forest M12 Virginia ..,.. .... 3 45 W. and L. ......... 38 1 CABELL TABB M nnagcr F'IRST-YEAR BASKETBALL The Yearlings opened against W. and L. Frosh and lost a heart-breaker, 34-32. Striclcler was the outstanding player in this game, and his steady play helped win the next game, with Woodberry Forest, 37-15. Against Massanutten Academy, in their next encounter, the little Cavaliers weakened in the closing moments to give the Cadets a 38-31 victory. Running wild after being held even in the first half, Virginia swamped A. M. A., 36-14, in her next game. Following this, Newport News High School trounced us, 27 to 24. A crack V. M. I. quint was the next to set back the Cavaliers. The Yearlings were outclassed in this contest and were never within twelve points of the lead after the first half. Rolling up a fourteen point lead during the first half, the Cavaliers continued to score almost at will in beating Presbyterian Junior College, 44-16. Nistad led the scoring with a total of ten points. In a return game the Year- lings fought the undefeated Rats to a standstill for three periods, but finally weakened and lost, 33-26. After piling up an eight-point lead in the final period, the A. M. A. Cadets staved off a last minute Yearling rally, to gain a 31-30 victory. Virginia again had no trouble whipping Wood- berry Forest, by a score of 25 to 12. In their last game they bowed to W. and L. Frosh, 38-34. GROVER Woonnow EVERETT Captain, 1935 I83 COACH ARCHIE HAHN and 1936 CAPTAIN ROBERT ST. JOHN TEAM , WILLIAM ARMSTRONG HOMER BAST WILLIAM BANTA JOHN CALL GRIP DODSON, JR. SAMUEL ETI-IEREDGE, GRovER EVERETT GEORGE HARRIS DUNCAN I-IAWLEY Joi-IN RUST JAMES STIPE ROBERT ST. JOHN GEORGE WAIT CULLEN WILKIN THE 1935 TRACK SEASON STAFF ARCI-IIE I'IAHN ..,.. . . HENRY CUMMING , WILLIAM LAUCK, JR GROVER EVERETT , . AUGUSTUS REMMEL HARRY WEILL ....,I , , . Coaclv , .Assistant Coach . Assistant Coach .,....... Captain Manager Assistant Manager lsvcrett bcatixig Slyu, of M:IrylnIId, to th tape in the low hurdles. in I . ' , K . , .. '-.,. ,I ...ai R E C O R D Southern Conference Incloor Meet: 17 points. Virginia .....4...,....,...,..., 83 g V. M. I. ,.,., . . . , . .43 Virginia .,.....,..,............. 30 5f6g North Carolina .... .,.. 9 5 1f6 Penn Relays: Virginia: one third place. Virginia ..............,,.,...... 602, Maryland .... .... 6 52 Virginia ......... ...........,. 3 6 g Navy .,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 90 State Meet: Virginia, 515 V. P. I., 482, V. M. I., 4025 Washington and Lee, 24. Southern Conference: North Carolina, 583 Maryland, 4925 Duke, 472, Clemson, 2023 Virginia, 192. THE 'SEASON The 1935 Virginia track team opened its season on March ninth, at Chapel Hill. In this annual Southern Conference Indoor Meet the Cavaliers finished fourth, trail- ing North Carolina, Duke and Maryland. Captain Everett was responsible for eight of our seventeen points, taking the seventy- yard high hurdles and second in the broad jump. Wilkin tied for first in the high jump. The Cavaliers began their outdoor sea- son by giving V. M. I. an 83-43 trouncing on a heavy track and in an icy gale. Ev- erett led the scoring with a fifteen-point performance. Homer Bast turned in a double win in the quarter and half. Vir- ginia took all three places in the pole vault and dropped all three in the 220-yard dash. The following' week, on April twentieth, the tables were turned against the Cavalier cindermen at Chapel Hill by the Tarheels to the tune of 95 1-6 to 30 5-6. North Carolina annexed eleven firsts and an equal number of seconds, making a clean sweep in the 220, 440, two-mile, and discus. For Virginia, Everett came through with his usual brilliant performance, taking the high and low hurdles in record time and getting a second in the broad jump. Call took the vaulting honors, Armstrong backing him VARSITY TRACK SQUAD, 1935 up with a third. Other point winners were: Stipe in the javelin throw, Harris in the broad jump, Banta in the mile run, Trell in the shot-put, Coclce in the half-mile and Rust in the century. We were represented by four men at the Penn Relay Carnival on April twenty-sixth. Everett, Hawley, Smith, and Rust formed a shuttle-relay team. They managed to out- hurdle N. Y. U. and Princeton, taking their heat, but their time was not fast enough to qualify. Everett was also beaten JOHN RUST Dashes GRIF DODSON Dashes WILLIAM BANTA Middle-Disfance HOM ER BAST Middle-Dlsfanca W CULLEN WILKIN High Jump DUNCAN HAWLEY Hurdles P in the 110-meter low hurdles hy a man who broke his record of the year before. On April twenty-ninth, Coach Hahn's trackmen dropped a close contest to a strong Maryland contingent, losing 652 to 602. The meet was hotly contested to the last event. Guclceyson, Terp weight- slinger, was high scorer of the day, copping firsts in the shot put, javelin, and discus. He was followed hy' Everett and Wide- myer, ace dash man, with ten points apiece. Banta and Wait took the two mile, Wil- kin took the high jump, while Armstrong and Call vied for pole vault honors. St. John and Cocke annexed four points in the half mile, Dodson and Etheredge did the same in the hundred-yard dash. Banta and Trell took seconds in the mile and shot put, respectively, and Call and Stipe gathered four points in the discus throwing. Hawley placed in both hurdles. Navy handed the University her third consecutive defeat on the cinder path the next week at Annapolis, sending her run- ners home smarting under a 90-36 trim- ming. Everett and Rust were responsible for the Virginians' only firsts. Everett took the highs in good time, but was nosed out in the low timbers by Midshipman Pat- terson in the record time of 24.1, beating Captain Everett's mark in the North Caro- lina meet by 1-10 of a second. Navy al- lowed Virginia no quarter in the two-mile, shot, javelin, and high jump, taking every place in these events. Sheltenham, of the Middies, overtook Billy Banta at the tape -IUNIE ETHEREDGE Quarfermule GEORGE WAIT Two-Mile WILLIAM ARMSTRONG Pole Vault JAMES STIPE Ja I GEORGE HARRIS High Jump AUGUSTUS REMMEL Manager 4 I - 1 ..- , , in the mile, Wait coming third. Etheredge piled up seven points by his places in the sprints and in the 440. The sadly-deficient Virginiajscore was filled out somewhat late in the contest by St. John's second in the half-mile and Everett's in the broad jump. On May tenth and eleventh the Cavalier cinder path squad took the "Big Fourn State meet at Washington and Lee for the seventh consecutive time, turning in one of their best performances on that day. Tech gave us a run for our money, however, in fact it was not until Virginia got second in the mile relay, the last event, that the out- come was certain. The Cavaliers won with 51 points, with the Gobblers only ZH points behind, and V. M. I. and the Gen- erals bringing up the rear. Everett chalked up his customary first in the high hurdles, and a third place in the broad jump, but tripped on the last hurdle in the lows, thus losing the event. Wilkin leaped to first in the high jump with a mark of over six feet. Etheredge and Bast trailed Turner of V. P. I. in the quarter, taking second and third. Surprises of the day were Virginia's clean sweep of the broad jump and St. Jol1n's second in the javelin, which he had never hurled in a meet before. Pretty run- ning was seen in Homer Bast's lap of the relay in which he gained ten yards on Tech and thus clinched the meet. Virginiais trackmen next journeyed to Durham to participate in the annual South- ern Conference carnival, that year in Duke Stadium, on May 17-18. The favorites, North Carolina, retained the title, with Virginia taking a meagre fifth by virtue of her 19M points, following Duke, Mary- land, and Clemson in that order. The Tar- heels took only three firsts to the Old Line's seven, but annexed enough places to take the meet. Captain Grover Everett, rated as one of the best hurdlers in the country, broke the 220 low hurdles mark with the time of 23.6. This, together with his sec- ond in the highs and fourth in the broad jump, made him high-point man of the day. Call acquired a three-way tie in the vaulting event. Other Cavalier point-gain- ers were Wilkin and St. john, who took fourth in the high jump and 880, and the relay team's fifth place behind Maryland, which team won the event in the record time of 3:18. Most exciting race of the day was the neck-and-neck battle of the ace Tech and Tarheel milers, Mothershead and Williamson, the Hrst upsetting the other for a win in l:'5'5.9, Williamson coming back to take the mile in 4: 18. After the season the Cavalier runners elected as their next year's captain Bob St. John, middle distance star. Bama and Wait win the two-mile from Nlarylnnd. FIRST-YEAR TRACK l935 . STAFF ARCHIE I-IA!-iN ...,,........., .,...... C oacb HENRY CUMMING ...,. .... A ssistant Coach WILLIAM LAUCK, JR. . . ..., Assistant Coach HARRY WEILL ..,,.,...,.,.......... Manager T E A M S. BOWMAN, JR. C, LAWRENCE, JR. L. BROWN, III I.. LEE, JR. I. MII.I,IcR J. MOORE, JR. J. PA'I'IcRNO, JR. R. D. Prmkcr, JR. S. BROWN, jk. C. M. Bvkn J. CRAI.I,Iz, ll S. CUI.BI2R'I'soN, II L . DAYTON W. S1vIII.Iev W. GORDON B. SIvII'rII R. I'IAI.I., JR. W. SMI'rII, JR. C. I'IO'l'CHKXSS, JR. W. SMYTI-I R. T. IRVINH, jk. P. C. TROUT M. VVILKINSON R E C O R D Indoor Virginia . ..... 53 E. H. S. . . . .33 Virginia . . . . 59 zfg Woodberry . . 2I IX3 Smrtherli Conference: one third place Outdoor Virginia . . 76M Wooclherry . 40yg Virginia . . sm v. M. I. . . gm Yirginiu . . . 92 A. M. A. . . . 25 WWI-ZiIIizI . . 104W McGuire's . IZM State Meet Vil'I-Zinin . . . . 58 5fI W. and L. 30 5f6 V.P.I... ...4.3i V.M.I.. 20If3 THE SEASON The First-Year trackmen opened on February 9 by trimming E. H. S., 53-33. Smyth led the Yearling scoring with a double win. Bowman, Wilson Smith, and Culbertson cleaned up the half, gaining a good lead over the visitors, who had been threatening to win until then. The meet was clinched by Lee and Dayton, who won the vaulting and jumping events, and by the mile relay. The First-Year men next defeated Woodberry, 59 2f3 to 21 1x'3. Smiley shone in the 440. Smyth and Poe tool: the hurdlesg Culbertson and Ellis the mile, Dayton the high jump, Bowman, Moore, and Smith the half, and Hall the shot put. Lang Dayton closed the indoor season by netting two points in the Conference meet. The Yearlings then came out-of-doors to defeat Woodberry once more by 76M to 402 on April 10. On April 13 they routed the V. M. I. rats, 81M to 35M. Smiley, Dayton, and Smyth were outstanding performers of the day. The following week A. M. A. fell by a 91-26 count. In their fourth meet, the strong Yearlings trounced McGuire's School, leaving them with only 12M points. The First-Year men had no difficulty in taking the State Meet, thus ending an undefeated season. Smiley electrified the spectators by smashing the 440 record by more than two seconds, running it in 49.1. Bowman wound up a string of victories with a win in the half, as did Dayton in the high jump. Lee, Smyth, and Wilkinson also performed well. HARRY WEII.I. T Mrrnrzgcr THE SCRU l90 BASEBALL GRLIN ROGERS Captain, 1935 I9I THE SEASON ON THE DIAMOND, 1935 STAFF Gus TEBELL ...... . . . llvad Coafh ORLIN ROGERS. . . . . .... .Captain CHARLES W. CARNAN, JR.. . . . . - .Managm- CLAIBORNE POPE . DAv1o GIBSON . TEAM ROBERT H. ABm'r'r ..... - CURTIS F. BOULDIN . VINCENT CARnwELL . . FRANCIS E. CARTER, JR. . . JosEm-1 M. COVVGILL . . V1CroR DAvmsoN, JR. . , DONALD L. Frrznucri , AsA T. HALL. . . . CHARLES R. Hoolfr, JR. . BENJ.-xMiN MCFARLAND . EVAN J. MALE .... ORLIN W. ROGERS . . - CHARLES F. SCI-IVVARTZ .... RECORD Virginia . . . . Vermont . . Virginia Michigan . Virginia . . V. M. I. Virginia.. . . . . William and Mary . Virginia . .... . Maryland . . Virginia . . Long Island . . . . Virginia . ...... . University of Richmond . Virginia . . . . : . . Washington and Lee , . Virginia . .... . VVest Virginia . Virginia . .... . and Mary . William Virginia.. . . . V. P. I. . . . . Virginia . .... . Washington and Lee . . Virginia . .... . North Carolina . . Virginia . . . . Asrislanl Managrr .flssislant Manager . .Pitcher . . First Base . Third Barn . . . Catcher . . Center Field . . Pitcher . Right Field . -Shorlslojn - . Left Field Right Field Second Barn . .Pitcher . .Calcher --4 ..O ,.+ .2 .I ..2 -5 -5 ..2 -3 ..2 -5 ..O --4 .I --4 -5 --+ ..15 -5 -7 -3 .5 -7 .3 -5 -4 2 CHARLES CARNAN. JR. Manager North Carolina . . . o Virginia . . . . . I Navy . ....... . o Virginia . ...... . 4 University of Richmond . . . 3 Virginia . ...... . 7 V. P. I. . . . . . II Virginia . .... . . I3 Hampden-Sydney . . . 1 Virginia . .... . 5 V. M. I. . . 1 Virginia . . . 9 Yale . . . o Virginia . . , , I2 Brown . . . 8 Virginia . . . 3 Amherst . . . 7 CURTIS BOULDIN, F. E. CARTER, JR. Co-Captainx, 1936 THE SEASON. I935 An inexperienced Cavalier nine opened the 1935 season in line style by defeating Vermont, 4-0, and the highly-touted University of Michigan combine, 4-2. After being held hitless by Vermont until the fifth inning, the Cavaliers opened up and put the game on ice by scoring three runs in this stanza and one in the sixth, while the Vemont boys were held scoreless by the almost flawless pitching of Rogers and Abbitt. The Nlichigan game was fea- tured by the exceptional fielding of both teams and the weak hitting of the Cavaliers, who man- aged to garner but two bingles. Three Defeats in a Row In a game featured by the fine pitching of Cap- tain Rogers, who struck out sixteen batters, the Cavaliers were upset, largely because of their weak hitting, by the V. M. I. Keydets. Next Virginia fought Williaiii and Mary for twelve innings only t0 have the game result in a 5-5 tie. The next contest was a heartbreaker, Virginia losing 3-2 to Maryland as a result of the latter's last inning rally. Outstanding features of this close game were Bus Malc's fine all-round play and the splen- did pitching of Captain Orlin Rogers. A third set- back was suffered at the hands of Long Island University by a 5-2 score. The visitors scored a tally in the first as a result of a triple with a run- ner on base, They scored two more runs in the fourth when they collected four straight hits off Davidson and then completed the scoring by driv- ing home two runs in the seventh. Virginia scored as a result of Male's homer in thc sixth and again in the ninth when Charlie Hooff came home on Rogers' Hy. Two More Defeats Disaster continued to stalk the Cavaliers in their next two games, which were lost to Richmond and Washiligtoii and Lee by scores of 4-0 and 4-1. Morris, on the mound for Richmond, limited the Cavaliers to but three hits, while his mates took advantage of Virginia errors to garner four runs. Behind the no-hit, no-run hurling of big Bud Abbitt, the Cavaliers were successful in holding a 1-0 lead over Wasliiiigtoii and Lee until the eighth. Ar this stage, however, the Generals made a three- run rally as a result of two safe bunts, a hit, and a Virginia error. Male was outstanding in the day's play, making three of the four Virginia hits and turning in some sparkling plays afield. Three Victories and Two Defeats Staging an eighth inning rally, the Cavaliers finally broke their losing streak by defeating West Virginia, 5-4, behind Abbitt's six-hit effort. Rogers led the attack at bat, while Male turned in his usual fine defensive game at second. Next the Cavaliers annexed their second straight victory by swamping William and Mary to the tune of 15 to 5. Rogers held the Indians to five runs, four of which came as a result of a homer with the bases loaded in the ninth. Daly, Indian sophomore Hash, was battered from the mound by an eight-run Vir- ginia attack in the fourth. In quick succession Virginia took the V. P. I. Gobblers into camp by a 7-3 score. The game was played in a drizzling rain, finally being halted at the end of the seventh, with the Cavaliers well ahead. Abbitt allowed the Gobblers but three hits while the Cavaliers scored almost at will. W. and L. won a thriller from the Cavaliers, 7-5, when Virginia cracked in the sev- enth, allowing four Mink runners to cross the plate. Carolina defeated the Cavaliers in the first of a two-game series, 5-3, behind the excel- lent hurling of Captain Fred Crouch. Bud Ab- bitt also turned in an excellent hurling job and, had it not been for the fifth inning, when the Tar- heels made use of an error to score three runs, Virginia would have emerged victorious. Ar Right: Rogers drawn up at third after Bouldirfs double has scored Hall. University of Richmond game. Ten-Year Tarheel Jinx Broken Matters were completely reversed in the second tilt when a fighting Cavalier nine pounded out a 4-0 victory, their first in ten years over a Caro- lina nine. Virginia made her first score in the sec- ond as a result of a squeeze play with Carter cross- ing the plate. The other tallies were made in the third, seventh, and eighth frames. Captain Orlin Rogers was on the mound for Virginia and pitched in top form, allowing the Carolinians but four hits. Navy and Richmond Bow To Cavaliers Rogers continued his brilliant hurling and Vir- ginia defeated Navy, 1-0, as her star southpaw let the Middies down with two hits while striking out seventeen and walking but two. It was an all- Rogers day, for it was his single in the fourth that paved the way for the lone Virginia run. Con- l l sennv Mcsnninno-aww JFF-ourfvfra roke the Rich- 1g streak, 4-3, s the winning 9 pitch strike- ivaliers scored i hits by Hall , and Carteris fries bitt for seven ix innings, the e fast moving an earlier de- iples and two irrage. Show- ginia pounded to one victory 's' only score ,vi came in the sixth when Campbell smashed a homer out to deep center. Abbitt allowed but seven scat- tered hits, to gain credit for the contest. Orlin Rogers pitched another sensational game as his mates pounded out a 5-1 victory over V. M. I. Rogers struck out fourteen men and made two hits, to pave the way for the Cavalier victory. A Successful Northern Invasion The Cavaliers rang down the curtain on their 1935 season by outclassing a Yale squad, 9-0, by outfighting Brown in a thirteen inning 12-8 win, and by losing to Amherst, 7-3. The Cavaliers were hampered in the early part of the season by their weak hitting, which resulted from lack of batting practice due to the inclement weath. When good weather came, the Cavalier nine began to click, and closed the season with a powerful aggregation which boasted victories over some of the country's best ball teams. Captain Rogers ended his last season at Virginia in a blaze of glory, being the star of the team. He led the squad in batting honors and starred on the mound, striking out well over a hundred opposing batters. lVIale's dependability both at bat and afield were largely responsible for the Cavaliers' many vic- tories. Asa Hall, Nick Carter, Curtis Bouldin, and Bud Abbitt all gave fine performances throughout the season and at the end of the year Carter and Bouldin were elected co-captains for 1936. Az 1.1-ll: Bus Male rounding third in the Hampden-Sydney game. STAFF E. R. SLAUGI-ITER ...........,.....,,., Coach JACK BROWN ........ . ..,. Assistant Coach HENRY M. FITZI-IUGI-I ...,,........,.. Manager TEAM ELMER AYRES .....,..,...., ..... P itcher LUCIAN W. BRUCE .....,.. .,,.. P itcher STEPHEN DAVENPORT, II .... ,... C atcher JAMES EDMUNDS, III ..,.. .,.,. S hortstop WILLIAM R. GOOCH . . . GEORGE HUDSON . . . DONALD GARLAND ..,. DANIEL JENKINS .,.,, JOHN F. KIZER ,,... H. M. SARGEANT .... ROBERT SI-IOOR .,.., LoUIs SOMERVILLE, JR BRANDER TALIAFERRO DAVID TODD ,...... . . , . .Right Field . . . First Base , , . . . Pitcher . . . First Base , . , Second Base LeftField ...,. Center Field . . . . ........ Catcher ..,. . , . .Second Base RECORD Virginia ,.... .,.., Virginia .,,.. ...., Virginia, , . . . . Virginia ..., ..... Virginia ..,. ,,... Virginia. . . , . . Virginia ...., , . . Virginia ...,, , . . Virginia ..,.. ..,,. ThirdBase Hargrave . , . 5 Petersburg . . . . . 5 A. M. A. .... . . . 6 Fork Union ,.,.... 5 Fishburne .... . . , 8 V. M. I. .' ..,,... , , 5 2, John Marshall ,,,.. 8 V. M. I. .......,,, 3 W. and L. .......,. 3 FIRST-YEAR TEAM, 1935 FIRST-YEAR BASEBALL I935 The Yearlings dropped their first encounter to the Hargrave Cadets, who won in a tenth-inning rally. Hudson pitched Hve-hit ball, while Sargeant starred at bat. A seventeen-hit barrage led by Ayres and Gooch and the former's capable pitch- ing were all that was needed to check the seven- game winning streak of Petersburg. The Year- ling next turned back the A. M. A. Cadets, when Sargeant's homer scored the winning runs. They continued their victory march by hitting three Ca- det hurlers for twelve safeties, among them a homer by Shoot, to gain a 11-5 victory over Fork Union. Fishburne next fell, 10-8, before the pow- erful Yearling sluggers. A strong V. M. I. nine ended the Yearling win- ning streak by a 5-4 score. The game was hard- fought and featured by the exciting three-run Cavalier rally in the eighth, which fell just short of tieing the score. Next the John Marshall nine pulled the unexpected by trimming the Cavaliers, 8-2. Homers by Shoor and Todd provided Vir- ginia's runs. V. M. I. again proved too strong and came through with a ninth-inning rally to end the pitcher's duel between Roberson and Todd by a 3-2 score. The season ended in a blaze of glory when W. and L. was overwhelmed, 17-3. I-IENRY FITZHUGH, III MINQR SPQRTS CAPTAIN WAIT CAPTAIN ENGELHARD cnoss-coumnv swlMMlNe CAPTAIN ROHMANN TENNIS, I935 I97 ' VARSITY TEAM, 1935 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY, I935 ROBERT ST. JOHN .... .... C aptain MCFARLAND SKELLY ., . .... Manager TEAM Banta, Bast, Remmel, St. John, Wait, Barnwell. ' RECORD Virginia 21, Randolph-Macon 34, Virginia 18, William and Mary, 373 Virginia 36, V. M. I. 36, Washington and Lee 48. SEASON The Virginia team christened a newly laid out course by defeating the Randolph- Macon barriers, 21-34. St. John turned on the heat in the last hundred yards, and pulled away from Richardson, Jacket captain, to take first for the Cavaliers. Wait, Banta, and Barnwell followed next in a voluntary tie for third. Bast came in eighth. On November 8 the Cavaliers swamped William and Mary, taking four of the five first places from the Indians. St. John led the pack with the time of 16:43, lowering his mark of the first meet. Banta and Wait followed in a dead heat for second, trailed by Plummer, the first Indian to finish, and Nat Barnwell. Remmel and Bast placed seventh and eighth, respectively. Due to judges' mistakes, the exact result of the triangular meet between V. M. I., W. and L., and Virginia are not known. It is thought that the Cavaliers and Cadets tied for first honors with 36 points apiece, the Generals trailing with 48. Again St. John finished first in the fast .time of 16:28, with Banta placing third, five yards behind him. The next Virginia harrier to finish was Barnwell, who probably came in eighth, followed by Wait, in tenth place, and Remmel in fourteenth. l9S VARSITY SWIMMING CHARLES PRINCE ...,.......,.. Coach GEORGE ENGELHARD ,..4...... Captain WARREN MONTAGUE . . , ..... Coach STEWART JAMISON, JR. ....... Manager TEAM FONTAINE ARMISTEAD GEORGE ENGELHARD ROBERT GOODWIN, JR. ROY PARKER, II RALPH CRANE LESLIE FORESTER KENNETH MALO MCFARLAND SKELLY GEORGE DUPONT SOLOMON GOODMAN FRANKLIN MYERS THOMAS WISE, III RECORD Virginia .... .... 5 55 Richmond Y. M. C. A. .... ..... 2 8 Virginia .... ..,. 5 65 Duke University ....,.. ..... 3 0 Virginia ..., .... 4 4g Johns Hopkins ...... ..... 4 0 Virgi1Iia ,... ..,. 4 6g William and Mary . . . , , . , .38 Virginia .I.. . .... 655 George Washington ............. 18 Virginia ..........,...,......... 355 Washington and Lee ............ 49 The varsity natators got off to a good start by swamping the Richmond Y. M. C. A., 55-28. The Cavaliers won all but two Hrsts and showed a slight weakness only in their diving. In their next meet, with Duke, the Cavaliers were equally successful, rolling up 56 points to the Dukemen's 30. Parker starred in this meet, winning two Firsts. I-Ie was trailed by Captain Engelhard and Armisteacl. Johns Hopkins gave us our first great scare when she came within four points of trimming our mermen. Engelhard won what was probably the feature race when he nosed out Adler at the finish of the 50-yard dash. Another feature of this meet was the fine diving of Tommy Wiss. William and Mary fell next by a score of 46 to 38, after which George Washington proved no match by losing, 65-18. In the final dual meet the Orange and Blue team lost to Washington and Lee's Conference champions. Forester and Goodman helped the Virginia cause considerably by finishing first and second in the breast stroke and Captain-elect Armistead provided a thrill when he barely missed setting a new pool record in the 440. The Southern Conference meet conflicted with our exams, as a result of which Virginia was able to make only a few entries. Crane placed third in the backstroke, Goodman in the breaststroke. Armistead got a fourth in the 50, and the medley team of Crane, Armistead, and Goodman placed third. I947 FIRST-YEAR SWIMMING TEAM SAMUEL ANDERSON, II RICHARD FRIEDMAN ALLIE SHORT EDWARD BOYKIN, JR. WILLIAM FORD DOUGLAS SPRUANCE, JR. ROBERT BRADFORD RICHARD GOLDSMITH HARRY WRIGHT, II DAVID COXE, JR. ORD PRESTON, JR. WILLIAM WRIGHT, JR. JOSEPH PRICE, JR. RECORD Virginia .... ,.... 3 35 A. M. A. ..... ,.,. 3 3 Virginia .... ..,.. 2 65 Far Rockaway .,... ..., 4 9 Virginia .... ,.... 1 75 S. M. A. ........,., .,.. 4 8 Virginia ,... ..... 2 95 William and Mary .... .... 4 3 Virginia .........,....,......... 365 Washington and Lee .......,..... 30 The Yearlings lost their lirsr meet in a heartbreaking manner to A. M. A. The final score was 33-33, but by Southern Conference ruling A. M. A. was awarded the meet as they had won the relay. Friedman, who captured the 100-yard dash in 62.5, and Wright, who won the 50-yard free style and placed third in the 100, were outstanding. The nationally known Far Rockaway tankmen were the next to defeat Virginia, 49-26. The Yearlings outclassed the visitors in only one event, the diving, in which Anderson, of Virginia, time and again drew applause for his performance. S. M. A. next swamped the Little Cavaliers, 48-17. Led by Peter Fick, sensational New York A. C. star, who has since swum the fastest competitive 100-yard dash in history, the visiting mermen had little difliculty with Virginia. The next week the Little Cavaliers tried in vain to break into the win column against William and Mary. But the Papooses were too strong and downed us by a 43-29 count. Friedman, in winning the 100-yard free style, garnered Virginia's only first. Against Washington and Lee in their next meet, the Yearlings achieved their only victory by the close score of 36 to 30. 200 VARSITY GOLF, l935 TEAM CHARLES LYNCH GILBERT NICHOLLS, JR. LEE SWEENY DAVIS MARRET WELr.EoRD REED JAMES TWYMAN THOMAS SHEPHERD RECORD Virginia .... ..,. 2 Rollins College .,...,.. ,.... 1 6 Virginia .... ,... 2 University of Florida . 4 Virginia .,.. .,.. 5 Washington and Lee . . 13 Virginia .... .... 1 5 Boston College ....... 3 Virginia .... ..,. 1 3 Navy .4............. 15 Virginia .... .... 1 M University of Richmond 15M Virginia .... .... 1 ZH, V. P. I. .,........... SM Virginia ..., .... 4 University of Richmond 15M Virginia ..........,............. IM, North Carolina Stare . 162 Virginia dropped her first two matches to Rollins College and the University of Florida. Following this on April 16, she engaged the strong Washington and Lee team in Lexington and, thotigh several of the Cavaliers shot good golf and showed great improvement, the Generals were not to be headed and triumphed, 13-5. After resting a week the Virginians broke into the win column when they took on Boston Colle e but in the next match were trounced again by Navy. On April 30 the g 9 strong Spider golfers of the University of Richmond took our measure by a decisive score. Virginia's second victory came at the expense of V. P. I. in a match that featured the fine play of Lynch and Sweeny. In a return match with Richmond the,Caval1ers h N h C l S again bowed hy a UZ to 4M score. The season closed wit ort aro ina tate's undefeated team sweeping to a 16M-IZ rout. 20I VARSITY TENNIS, I935 CARL RoI-IMANN ,... . , .... Captain ALPHONSO SMITH . . . .,..,.. .4.. C oath TEAM F. BARCLAY, JR. R. W. FINE H. H. GLASSIE A. N. SLOAN L. C. CLAIBORNE J. R. FISI-IBURNE C. RoI-IMANN S. S. TAYLOR F. D. WILLIAMS Virginia's netters, paced by such stars as Rohmann, Barclay, Sloan, and Williams, got away to a good start in their 1935 campaign by decisively beating Davidson and then blanking William and Mary, 9-0. Boston College fell next, by a 6-0 count, after which Captain Rohmann and his mates hit one of the season's high spots by taking the Country Club of Virginia team in stride, 8-1. A feature of this match was Captain Rohmann's own victory over Miller, Richmond's city champion. The winning streak was too good to last and Navy ended it when she swept the doubles to head us, 6-3. Continuing her invasion of Northern soil, Virginia added well- earned victories over Maryland and over the strong Yale team. At Philadelphia her luck was not so good and there Penn won easily by an 8-1 count. On familiar soil again the Cavaliers found V. P. I. and Washington and Lee easy, winning from both by comfortable scores. But North Carolina's racqueteers were anything but easy and there the Orange and Blue players were downed, 8-1. In defeat- ing Willis, Tarheel ace, Captain Rohmann brought the Cavaliers their only victory. Virginia was unable to defend her Southern Conference crown which went, as a consequence, to North Carolina in an all-Tarheel finals. FIRST-YEAR TENNIS, I935 TEAM C. E. CARSON R. H. HENRY G. W. NORVELL, JR. J. A. CRUTCI-IEIELD, JR. W. JONES A. C. STEVER, JR. C. FAULKNER, JR. G. S. LEFTON HILTON The Yearling netmen opened their season by falling before the highly-touted Epis- copal High School team by a score of 8 to 1. In their next two matches the Little Cavaliers were more successful, turning back Woodberry Forest and Fork Union by scores of 5-1 and 4-3. Their second loss came at the hands of North Carolina's powerful outfit. The Yearlings were unable to win an individual match on this afternoon, though some of them put up grand scraps before bowing. Dick Henry, playing number one, inet Potts, the fourth-ranking junior player in the country, and extended him to a 7-5 ast set. In a return match, Woodberry was beaten again, this time by a 4-3 score. Henry was again outstanding, winning in the singles and teaming with Walker Jones to take the doubles. In the season's finale the Yearlings were set back by St. Christopher's School with a 4-3 tally. Once more in this match Henry and Jones were the only Cavaliers able to score, each winning his singles and then teaming to take the number one doubles match. 202 INTRAMURALS 1' J 203 THE INTRAM R. N. HOSKINS lntmnlurirl Dirr'i'Inr The interfraternity championship for 1935 was won by Delta Kappa Epsilon. The Dekes, by winning volley ball, basketball, and track, and scoring heavily in other sports, amassed a total of 224 points. Beta Theta Pi, winner in boxing and runner-up in basketball and track, scored 1812 points to capture second place. Third place was a tie between Alpha Tau Omega, with a first in baseball and a fourth in track, and St. An- thony, the touch football champions. Each scored 144 points. The major intramural champions for 1934-35 were: Touch football, St. Anthony, volley ball, D. K. E., boxing, Beta Theta Pi, swimming, S. A. E., basketball, D. K. E., playground baseball, A. T. O., and track, D. K. E. The intramural ath- letics were a great success and 1849 individual con- testants took part. The first sport completed in the spring was track and field, D. K. E. scoring 27 points to win. Beta and Sigma Nu tied for second with 25 points each and A. T. O. was fourth with 22 2-3. The Dekes won only one running event, but victories in the field events and a number of seconds and thirds gave them a winning margin. A. T. O. came through to capture the baseball crown in the last game of the year. They defeated St. Elmo, 9-2. Lex McGrath held the St. Elmo URAL YEAR batters to four hits and allowed no score after the first inning. Pi K. A. defeated S. A. E. to take third place. In the first sport- of the 1935-36 session Delta Psi repeated their win of last year by capturing the touch football championship. They showed or- ganization and class and went through their sched- ule without suffering a defeat. Tn the finals of the fraternity series they downed Phi Kappa Sigma, 14-7. The game was close from the start but the accurate passing of Sloan had its effect and finally produced the margin of victory. Starring with him were Byrd, Gooch, and Mustin. Birdsong, Booker, Peabody, and Zeisberg stood out in the Phi Kap line-up. Following this game the Saints met the Dobie Boys, independent champions, for the school title. Once more they won by a very close margin. Phi Gam was third and D. K. E. fourth in the championship race. A few weeks later Pi Kappa Alpha replaced the Dekes as fraternity volleyball champions. Alpha Tau Omega, after defeating Kappa Sigma in the division playoff, reached the finals and captured second place. Delta Psi was third and Zeta Beta Tau fourth. In the horseshoe pitching, Dall Brown, of Kappa Sigma, came out on top by defeating Jim Han- cock, Chi Phi. Brown and Shelbourne, also of Kappa Sigma, won the doubles championship, with second place going to Hawley and Leys, of D. K. E. The relay race was also held in the fall term, Alpha Tau Omega being first and D. K. E. sec- ond. The winter term was marked by close compe- tition in all sports. The first sport to be completed was swimming, with Delta Psi winning by one point. When all the events were completed, St. Anthony had amassed 22 points, D. K. E. had 21, Beta was third with 19, and Pi Kappa Alpha fourth with 8. St. Anthony and D. K. E. were tied with 19 points each when the last event, the relay, took place. Winstead, of St. Anthony, set a new record in winning the 50-yard dash. The Deke medley team, was victorious, and Billy Weeks, of D. K. E., won the diving championship for the second straight year. The fraternity basketball championship was equally close, with Theta Tau winner by one point. Again the Dekes were second. The four division winners, Theta Tau, D. K. E., Pi K. A., and Pi Lambda Phi played for the title in a round-robin affair. This system was tried for the first time and worked well. In the first game Theta Tau de- feated D. K. E., 14-13, and then easily defeated the other two teams. The Dekes, after whipping Pi K. A. and Pi Lambda Phi, decisively defeated the Theta Taus, 28-15, and made a third meet- ing Of the two teams necessary. This game re- quired two extra periods, Theta Tau finally win- ning by 28-27. Pi K. A. trounced Pi Lam for third place. Beta Theta Pi again proved their supremacy in boxing by producing two individual champions and scoring 14 points. A. T. O. was second with nine points, S. A. E. third with 8, and three teams tied at fourth with six points. Individual winners were: Oliver of Trigon at 115, Hilliard of Beta at 1255 James Banta of A. T. O. at 1355 Wheeler of S. A. E. at 1455 Burnett of Kappa Sigma at 1555 Beck of Pi Lamb- da Phi at 1653 Seibels of Beta Theta Pi at 1753 Berger of Sigma Chi in the unlimited. To win their titles these men defeated Navarro fSigma Nuj, Wilkinson fSigma Nuj, Walbert fD. K. EJ, Ferguson fPi K. AJ, Adams fPhi Delta Thetaj, Ely fS. A. EJ, Wellford fSt. An- thonyl, and Richardson fD. K. Sigma Nu, Delta Psi, and D. K. E. were the three teams tied for fourth place. The handball tournament was dominated by the independents. Linne and Rosen, independents, were one-wall doubles champions, and Ruebush and Ferguson, independents, easily won the four- wall doubles from Jones and Epes, of Theta Chi. In the independent basketball league the Demon Dribblers repeated their wins of former years by remaining undefeated through their entire sched- ule. The Dobie Boys were second. A marked in- terest was shown in the games and nine teams were entered. The Demon Dribblers never met Theta Tau for the school championship, though it is agreed that the game between them would have been classic. Too much credit cannot be given Director Rob- ert N. Hoskins for his work in making this intra- mural year a success. In three short years he has built this department to a point where it may be said to rank with the best in the country's uni- versities. I l .1.M..J.' GAMES IN PROGRESS ON MADISON HALL FIELD - BOOK FIVE E C I El71.Q077l'0'Ez This statue is the Work of Attilio Picciriili and was gix7en by him to Jay Winston Johns to be placecl at Ash Lawn, Monroe's olcl home. Q 3 Men die. Their work lives, after them W H INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL OFFICERS FRANCIS EDVVARIJ CARTER, JR. . . . ..... . . , , , 12,-,,id,,,, ROEER1' ROLLING CAMERON . . . - - . - . . Vigo-1'rwsid1'1zt PEYTON IIARRISON I-IOOE, III . . . Socrnfary-Tri'aszn'vr REPRESENTATIVES Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . HERBERT CEILDMANN, JR. Alpha Tau Omfga . . . EIIMUNII I'IENING, JR. Baia Theta Pi . . . . . DONALD FITZIYIUGI-I Chi Phi . .... . . FRANCIS CARTER, JR. Della Chi . ........ MASON SMITH Della Kappa Epsilon . . WILLIAM ZIMMER, III Delta Phi . ....... BOLLING CAMERON Di-lla Psi . . . . VIRGINIUS SI-IACKELFORII, JR. Dalia Tau Della . .... RANOOLIIII BROWN Della Upsiloa . . . .JOIIN MURPHY . . . HENRY ECKER . . ROBERT BANKS, JR. Kappa Alpha . . Kappa Sigma . . Phi Alpha . . . . . GEORGE FEI.nMAN Phi Della Theta . . . . . STARBUCK YALE Phi Epsilon Pi . . . Phi Gamma Delta . Phi Kappa Psi . . . Phi Kappa Sigma . . Pi Kappa fllpha . . Pi Lambda Phi . . Sigma .fllpha Epsilon Sigma Chi . . . . Sigma Nu . . .... Sigma Phi Epsilon . Tau Epsilon Phi . . Thcla Chi . . . . Thala Delta Chi . . Zfia Baia Tau . . Zvta Psi . . ..... THOMAS GORDON, JR. MAURICE S'I'RAIIss, JR. WII,I,IA STARRE, JR. CI1ARI,Es ADAMS, IR. . PEYTON HOGE, III . . RICIIARO PENCE . MORTIMER CAPLIN . . .GEORGE WA1'1' WILLIAM SOUTIYIOATE . . ROBERT BLAKSLEE . DALE MCCULLOUGII . . PAUI. ROSENEERG . . .DORR CASTO . . THOMAS LAWSON . ROBERT HOFI'IEIMER f X'f , f f 1 75, i HIV.,-. o R KS f 5-X' "Mx If 7"6f2 L. 1 - V ., 1 5 MJ? AN D C U R LS ff ,' fn 50,1 ffq QE 47-12 F Z! 5? ff ,L ,: 7 ' if fi 1 f'f' T Bark Raw: Jenkins, McCallum, Parker, Edmunds, Acree, Gibb, NIcGuire, Feil, Henderson, Nunnally, Warts Richardson, Oehmig, Kinsey, Walbert. Scmml Row: Darling, Spotswood, Prichard, Schmidt, Cumings, Dodson, Weeks, Ames, Noll, Erhercdg: Hawley, Rcutlingcr, Kcgler, Clagett. Smtcrl: Wilkin, Zimmer, Stuart, Luck, M., Dial, Dr. Hnxton, Rainey, Lord, Lcys. i ,ke 'QE 'I DELTA KAPPA EPS ILUN VIRGINIA ETA CHAPT Fraumfcrl' al Yale in 18,44 Iistablislied :It University of Virginia on November 26, 1852 FRATRES IN FAC U LTATE I.I.IEVVIEI,I.YN GRII-'IfI'I'II I-Iox'I'0N, B.S., M.A., PII.D. JDIIN JENNINGS LUCK, M.A., PII.D. DR. S'I'AICE DAVIS BLACKFORD H IEIILEY MCNEER BOWEN FRATRES IN URII IZ J. MALCoI.M LUCK MAYNAIJIIZR MASON JACK RINEIIAR1' GUS TEBEIIL IEIIWARD VVA'I"I'S GAMBLE FRANK AUIIREY MASSlIi DAVID JosEPI'I VVOOD ROGER RICHARD RINEIIARI' ' College PAGE BOWIE CI.ACE'I"I' C. COIIURN DARLINC, JR. JAMES EAsI.Ev EDMUNDS, III DUNCAN HAWLIIY DANIEI. ALGER JENKINS JoIIN SCO'I"I' 1iliGI.I5R DUNCAN CIIAPIN Gum JDIIN WEsI.EY I.EI's JOIIN PIENRY NIIIIII JOIIN P. PRICIIARD AI.BIZR'l' FDNTAINE RIiU'I'I,INGIiR Law EDWARD JONES RICIIARDsoN, JR. I.oUIs VVOOIDBURY SCIIMID1' IIENRI' IQINSIIY SI'0'I'SII'O0Il VVIIIIAM RAWLE VVHIEKS, II FRANKLIN B. LORD, JR. JOIIN S. AMES, JR. CIIARLES BECOLE CUMINGS EDWARD GRll?l?I'l'll DODSON, JR. -IOIIN M. IJIAI. fiORDON FRYIIR RAINEI' I-IARoI.D CU'I'I.IIfIf S'I'UAR'I' MA'I"I'IIEw CUI.I.liN VVIIIKIN WILLIAM LoUIs ZIMMER, III. fIfle1licir1e S. N0RIfLEE'I' E'I'IlIiRIElJGI'i, JR. INITIATES ER JDIIN WIII'I'E ACRIEIE RALPII VVI'1"I'I5N FEIL GLENN IDIXON I-IENDERSDN BENJAMIN 'IIIIOROGOOD KINSEI' CIIAIIMERS TIORREY MCCAI.LUM RonI:R'I' CRIENSIIAVI' 2I3 JAMES IVIISRCIIR G. MCGUIRII G. VVINSIIII' NUNNAIIIA' LIWVIS WEs'I' OEIIMIC EIJVVIN PEARSON PARKER, III JoIIN WINs'I'oN W7AI.RER'l' VV A'I"l'S, JR. 5, 4 V, 45 1 51 7 I 6 ffl qi X A ,I 3,2 7 If , 'ff f 'iff gf A a,,f 7 ,aj n 17 1' I 'iff Q54 7 , , .,, If A 5, sf V 1 1 f'f'1E 4 :l -' g Xf- , 1 if 51-ffm.---. o R K s , "wh If 7"4Q3' :.' ' .: V 5. , 5 ba? AN D C U R LS 1:5 ,. 50,2 :4'2': d ,.. :- 1-J. ,,... 7 7' fa E ,,., Rack Row: Bacon, Nelson, H. Hall, Shecran, Reid, Grasty, Elder, Johnson, Bird. lllidrllc Row: Taylor, Lisle, Nlarshall, Cocke, Dale, Scott, Burns, White, Hamann, Chitwood, Burchard Dickinson, W. Hall. Fmnl Row: Watlilmg, Owen, Francis, Adams, Eager, Scully, Berkeley. PHI KAPPA PSI 2I4 VIRGINIA ALPHA CHAPTER F0lllllI1'd al JI'fI'l'J0ll Collrgf in 1852 listzlblisllcd :It University Of Virginia in I853 FRATRES IN FACLI LTATE fIIi0RGIi BOARDMAN RACER, JR., B.A., I.I..B. RICIIARD IIEA'I'II DABNIEY, M.A., PILD. OSCAR SVVINIiIfORll, JR., B.A., M.D. FRATRES IN URISE IIIIIOMAS BOYD JOHN IIUNTER ROBINSON College TIIOMAS I-I. .I5URVI'liLI. BURCIIARD VVIIILIAM EDVVARD FRANCIS VVIIILIAM EDVIIARD IIAI.I. JAMES HOLMES ROBERT F. STEARNS I-IOMANN IVIARCIEIIIIUS AI.IEXANllIiR JOIINSON, III CIIARLISS MCIQENNA LvNc1I, JR. VIIIIOMAS MARSIIAIII. RANDOLPH CIIITWOOD JUIIN ALEXANDER COCRE WILLIAM Enccozvm DALE S'I'EPI'1EN BENTON ELKINS '1'IIOIvIAs IVICCREIERY SAWYERS JOIINNI' SCo'r'r FREDERICK ELWOOD TAYLOR VVIIILIAM BELDIEN WATLINO AIIIIEN NEVE VVIIITIE, JR. Law CIIARLES SCOTT ADAMS, JR. IIARVIEY TIIOMAS HALL, JR. GRIEII' GIIOVER BERKELEY TIIOMAS GIIILESPIE SCUIIIIY Lv'l'LE DEW1'1"1' BURNS, JR. HENRY TIIERRELL EIJMUND PIiNDl.Ii'l'0N IJANDRIIICIE, JR. JOHN MI'l'CI1IEI.II VVOODS BACON .7Ilc1liciIIc RICIIARD PIIILLIPS BELL, JR. IIIESIJE MAC LISLE, JR. ROBIfR'I' MONII-GQMERII BIRD, JE, ROEER1' BURWELI, NELSON, JR, Grazlurzte DAVID ROGERS OWEN INITIATES WILLIAM ANDREW IDICKINSON LEWIS CASS REID FI'I-ZIIOGII ELDER, JR, ROBERT MURDAUGII REED WlI,l,lAM '1'1ppE'1"l' GRAS'1'X' ARCHIBALD DANIEL SIIEERAN 2l5 4 I 4, If 5, , fi I '4 22: 4: 4, -, Z gs 71 I ' 4 :E 92 A ' ff ,ff if 5 1:5 f, 'rf n, ,f 4. 9. 1, , f a J 4 '7 .,, g A.: A 2.5 Z 1 Q fi 0 f', 5 , 544 ff' 7 -, ,,, f.. 1 Z' : f,,' ., "ff,J. oRKs 5-1' '-,,g-. N D C u R L s ,gy 1-1 ': Lf? -r ff E If 1 Back Row: Nlinor, Nloorc, Campbell, Gilliam, Cooper, Reese, J., Guy, Birgc, Kellogg, W3il1WI'ighf, Brown, R Braselman. Third Row: Mapp, G., Armistead, F., Brown, S., Davenport, Taliaferro, Smith, W., Rhcin, Brown, L Herring, Romainc, Whiteside, Buford. Second Row: Blackwell, Ray, Dudley, Zeisbcrgg RelesebG., Peabody, Williams, Cabell, Fowllccs, Hoge, mxt , . Seated: Carnan, Klinefelter, MRPP, W., Taylor, Booker, Harrison, Banks, Jcffress, Armistead, PHI KAPPA SIGMA ZI6 ET A CHAP TER Foundvd al ffm Unifvvrsily of 1'EuIz.vylfvmzia in 1850 IiSt:IhliSlIeIl Ht the University Of Virginia On December 31, 1855 FRATRES IN FACULTATE LEWIS MIXCIIIEN HAMMOND, PILD. JOIIN M. NORES, M.D. I-IUNIER FAULCONER RICIIARD 'TERRILL MINOR FON'I'AINE CA'I'EsEY ,ARMIs'I'EAD WILLIAM SMI'I'II BANKS JAMES DULANY BLACKWELL NED BOOKER IIEROY EDWARDS BROWN, III STUART ELLE'I"I' BROWN, JR. WILLIAM CAEELI. FREDERIC SCO'I"I' CAMI-DELI., JR. CIIARLES WALTER CARNAN, JR. JUI.IUs BIRCH ALGERNON SIDNEY BUFORD, III DAYID SEABURY I'IIiNKliI, FRATRES IN URBE WARREN S'I'ONE LEE XVILLIAM LAIRD College SIIEPIIEN RINTOUL DAvENIfOR'I', II JOHN ROWLAND DUDI.EY PASCIIAL DUPUY FOWLKES JOIIN HENRY GUY, JR. ALVAII LIvINGS'I'ONE HERRING, JR. PEYTON HARRISON HOGE, III AR'I'I-IUR KLINEEELTER GEORGE WALTER MAPP, JR. PI-IILII' MORRISON MINOR EUGENE MUNGER, JR. Law JOIIN BACON Jlil"l1'RHSS, III VVIIIIIIAM KING MAIIII filiORGE EVELYN HARRISON JAMES ENDS RAY DONALD QUEE TAYLOR LY'l"l'I,EDON VVADDEIIL WOO!! JAMES DREURY WOOD JAMES ROYDEN PEABODY, JR. WEI.I.IfORD LATIIROII REED GEORGE I-IANNAII REESE, JR. FRANCIS BAYARD RIIEIN DONNEI.I. MIDDLE'I'ON SMI'I'I-I WILSON LEVERING SMI'I'II, JR. r1'HOMAS'BRANllER TALIAEERRO GEORGE DANDRIDGE WILLIAMS FREDERICK CIIEMENS ZEISBIERG, J CAIIELI. MAIAO TAIIR GEORGE FRANKLIN VVlIl'l'l.liY JAMES MCLEMORE Illedicine MCLEMORE BIRDSONG NORMAN CUNNINGI-IAM SCOTT CI-IARLES NICI-IOLS ROMAINE, JR. ERIC TWACIITMAN Ellyi7ll?0l'i7lg JOIIN GRANT ARMlS'l'liAIl, JR. FRANCIS GEORGE DUPONT JOIIN PARKE SIMPSON, JR. INITIATES SHIRLEY BROOKS BRASEIIMAN WILLIAM EDWARD GILI.IAM JAMES MACK1N'l'0SI'I REESE ROBINSON SWEARINGFIN BROWN, JR. CI-IARLES DARE KEl..I.0GG r1xIl0MAS BYRNE VVI'lI'l'ESIlJli WRAY TIIOMAS COOPER WILLIAM MAURX' MOORE TIIEA TRlMlIiR WAINwRIGI-I'I' WILLIAM VINCENT RAwI.INGs R 2l7 ff ' f f' I? ,Jig 4 gf? , Z4 ',a,f'?"4-:gm ORKS f ff 'ar "' '--02 1 "'4LJ :T '7f9? 5:',f' sf-1: 4:12 ' ,U :g f': 4: 1, .L ,. y ,E . A .. Z ij Tap Ruw: Thompson, Owen, Hershey, Fleming. Fuurtb Row: Faulkner, Reynolds, Flowers, Mulford, Barnwell. - Third Raw: Lcc, Jordan, Davis, Campbell, Bride, McCabe. Serum! Row: Trout, Hilliard, Pilson, Harrison, Tucker, Hishburne, Opic, Nloncurc, Gordon Scnlczl: Cooke, Hagan, Jones, Scibcls, Coclwrnn, Hume, St. John, Condon, Fitzhugh. I I BETA THETA PI 2l8 OMICRON CHAPTER IQ0llIlt1'I'!i al Miami L'Izifvz'r.sily in 1839 listzlblirlied at ITIIiversity of Virginia ill 1854. FRATRES IN FACULTATE AI.EER'I' JUI.IUs BARLOXIV, M.A., C.P.A. VVIIIIIIAM HARRISON FAULKNER, M.A., PII.D. HARDY CROSS IDILLARD, LI..B. SAMUEI. AI.IfRED Ml'l'CllI5I.T., M.A., PII.D. ARCIIIIIALII BOI.I.ING SIIEI-I-ERSON, M.A., PII.D. l"RA'I'REs IN URIIE GEORGE BUD!! DXIIIIARD VVILIIIAM I-IARRISO CIIARLES VENAIILE MINOR DR. C. C. 'FENNANT N SIvII'I'II MCLANE TII.'I'ON, III GEORGE WALKER Llili SCOVILLE 'TII,'1'ON MCLANE TILTON, JR. College NA'l'1lANlliL I.0NGS'l'RlilE'1' BARNWELL NOEL CRAVVI-'ORD BRIDE WILLIS COIIOUIIOUN CAMI-nEI.L, JR. CARY NELSON DAVIS CIIARLEs JAMES FAULKNER, JR. JUNIUS RODES FISIIIIURNE CIIEORGE HORACE FLOWERS, JR. VVILLIAM '1xAI.BO'l"l' GORDON JAMES HIENNINC I-IILLIARD JOIIN EDMUND NORRIS I-IUME, JR. LAWRENCE LEE, JR. RDVVARD RAYNSFORD WARNER MCCABE, IEUs'I'AcE CONWAY MONCURE GUY DAVIS MUIIFORII IIIICROME LINDSAY OIIIE, JR. VVILLIAM BRELsIfORD PILSON WALRER REvNOI.Ds, JR. GEORGE GOLD'l'IIVVAl'l'lE SEIIIELS, JR. PIIILII- COCKE TROUT VVEIR MI'I'cIIEI.L TUCKER , Law GEORGE MOII'lili'I"I' COCIIRAN CIIARI.Es Tll,IJliN IAIAGAN, JR. VVII.LIAIvI A. SOURS JOIIN PAGE FI.I,I0'l"l' ROBERT LOVE S'I'. JOIIN EUGENE EDWARD WAGER, JR. Ilffcdicine JOsEI-I-I COUDON, VI Enginocfring DONALD LEWIS FI-'I'zIIUcII PLEDGES CIIARLES McIN1'osII GORDON JOHN JERAULD OVVEN FRANTZ E. HERSHEY CARI. FLEMINO, JR. FRANK A. TIIOMPSON 219 I Q 7 Z 5. 9. 1. 5 Z Z 22 ff EI. 4'- w ,. V 1 1. 9 . on 2 1. E. 41. ,. '4 ,. '4 'Z 4. '4 Q CORKS rf: 1: ,H :: L' 5' '5 9 :E ' Zi 2 Q',' 2 4 . I' 1 -.. ff, ,J 7 , Z2 4 44 Z , if 5 1504-:"-. :7 fkf '492 M' gf' '--W2 7'f4,p , W A N D C U R L S ii iiii wfiiiii ii Vim! pw , , Burk Row: Wilxthrop, R. Nlahcney, McGilvery, Nlahoney, Hunter, Bodfish, Finnell, Foster, Little. Thin! Row: C. Male, Duncan, Gerber, McGowan, Titccmbe, Howe, Frampton, Turk, Bradford, Marshall, Vickers, Seltzer. Scconrl Row: Happer, Jamison, Shields, Hazard, Gibson, Abbitt, Cramer, Franz, Ingraham, Klein, Benedict, Ohl, Wadsworth. Scuicrl: Gardner, E. Male, Davidson, Backus, Nlinter, Schwartz, Bast, lVlcClung, Clark, Bergmann, A. Law- son, Jr., T. Lawson, Il. THETA DELTA CHI 220 NU CHARGE 1'i0lUldl't'l at Union College in 18.17 Established :It University of 'Virginia ill 1857 IPRATRES IN FACULTATE ALBIERT GEORGE ADAM BALZ, B.A., M.A., PILD. JAMES COOK BARDIN, M.D. KI2NNli'l'II FULLER MAXCY, B.A., M.D., D.P.I-I. GEORGE BASKERVILLE ZEI-IMER B.S. M.A. Y J VINCENT VVIIILIAM ARCIIER, B.S., M.D. JAM IES ROBERT CASII, M.A., M.D. 1"RA'I'REs IN URIIE JOIIN SI1O'I"I'swOoD GRAVICS DEAN TILMAN JESSE BIRCII WIISON I-IEWSON MICIIIIE TIIOMAS HEWSON EDVVARD ROLL TJEVVIS GRAVHS, JR. Collage R0lll5R'l' HAMLET AEI1I'I"I', JR. CIIARLES HOME!! BAs'I' PRIETII FAI'l'OU'I'li BENEDICI' CIIARLIES HENRY BHRGMANN FREDERICK JOIIN CRAMIIR M. SIMS DAVIDSON JAMES JACKSON DUNCAN IIARRI' WESLEY FINNELL, JR XVILLIAM FRAMI-TON, Ill IIENRY' ALnIaR'I' FRANZ FRANKLIN SVVIl"'l' GIBSON, II HENRY A. VVISE HARPER, JR ALI.AN WATSON HAZARD JOIIN BRAIIEORD HUNTER, II GORDON LOUIS INGRAIIAM S'I'EwAR'I' FUIIIIERTON JAMISON, JR EDWARD S'I'ANI.Ev KI,IEIN, JR. ARNOLD LAVVSON, JR. rI.ilIOMAS VVILLIAM LAVVSON, II VVILLIAM ALEXANDER MCCLUNI: VVILIIIAM INIIIIAM MCGOWAN JOIIN GERALD MAIIONEI' ROBERI' COLIII' MAIIONIEX' EVAN JAMES MALE ALLAN SIIEL'I'ON MIN'I'ER I'IERIIER'I' FREDERICK OI-II. CI1ARI.Es FREDERICK ScIIwAR'I'z DAVID S'I'UAR'I' SIIIEI.Ds CIIARLES DESMOND WAnSwoR'I'II, JR. Law IIRANKLIN p,5RK,N51gACKU3 IIARRV I':I,l,XN'00D CLARK, JR. ROBERT NIAIICUIIM BoO'I'II GEORGE HALL GARDNER, JR. JAMES CARY PACE fllcdicirze JOHN Cusf,-,S CRAW1.-ORD JOI-IN CIIAI-MAN WA'I'SoN 22I Comcg .. ff, If V .. 1 . ,- Z f ,4 f 5- 7 ,', ,,4-M., ' a, 5 4 - . '1 ' . ff :g '6fz2 " 5-X --,,,. 704 ' " 'fr WAND CURLS :J ,' , - i 10? S': :E 4:2 ,M , ff: : f"ii 121 2 12 A ixalillll v 1 .'i Huck Row: Starke, Reese, Christian, Roper. liuurllz Row: Sullivan, Purcell, Cheetham, Fitch, Smith, Robert Payne, Gullette. Third Raw: Beer, l.alVlotte, Brantley, Purdum, Abhitt, Wi'igl1t, Valz. Surrmrl Row: Collins, Niiller, Dibrell, Parker, LeBpurgeois, Baldwin, Rawles, Zimermann. First Row: Viforthington, Cochran, Stras, Wiligo, Richard Payne, Halbert, Gillet, Russell, Fahey. PHI GAMMA DELTA OMICRON CHAPTER l"oumi,"Il ul .,l',t7il'l'.VfHI Collrgc in 18,18 I'Ist:Il1li.lICd III the I7IIivvI'sity Of Virginia iII 1858 FRA'I'RES IN FAcI:I,TA'1'n 'AliMlS'I'liAlD MASON DOBIII, M.A,, I..L,B., S.J.D. 1CvIaRII'I"I' FOOO DAVIS, ILS., PII.D 1-IARRY ROGERS PRA'I"I' FRATRES IN Ullllli I'IENRY FONDA FRANK MCCUII WII.I.IAIvI HlI.lJRIi'l'1I NORMAN KIiI.SliN' Collwgr? JOIIN DAVIIJ ABBI'l"I', JR. VVII.I,IAM LUOwIII.I. BAI.nwIN, JR. iKENNE'I'II I-IIINRI' BIIIIR EDGAR CI.AY'I'ON BRAN'I'I.v, JR. JOSIIPI-I I.. EI'RIs CIIIan'I'IIAM, JR. LOUIS NELSON DInRIfI,I., JR. AUBREY WRAY FI'I'cII, JR. BYRON I-1II.I.IARIm I,AMO'I"I'Ia HARRISON- BoI.IvAR IQUCKER MARSIIAI.I. SWAIN WIzI.I,s JOIIN DAlNGliRl4'IIil.IJ LIEBOURGEOIS EOWARII I-IOwIa MII.I.IcR, JR, ROI' FRANKLIN PARRIIR, II JOIIN HARRY PURCELI. VVII,I.IAM 'INIIOMAS PURDUM ROIIIsR'I' BIsI,I, RAWLIES MORTON MCDOwIaI.I. WRIOIII' RANIIOLIIII MII.I.s VAI.z, JR. AI.IfRIfO GIIORGII ZIMIIRMANN, JR. Ln-zu CAIIwAI.I.ImIIR JONIIS COLLINS MIIRCIIR WAI.I.IfR Ci0I.DSMl'l'I1 ji'It'l1i!,'ilI 0 ROIIIIRI' LIIII PAYNII, JR. I'II2RIIIsR'I' MCKliI.lJliN SIvII'I'II, JR. E71gilu'eriIIg fililjkflli I.IaSI.IIc fiUlIl.li'I"I'IE l,IcII:II'I'0N PARKS ROIIIQR ClIARl.liS S'I'ONIc RUDOLII' BOI.I.INr: '1'IiUsI.IzR lim-:N BIINI' RICICSIE VVII,I,IAIvI VVAI.I,AcIa S'I'ARRIs, JR. ffrclzitccture -JOHN 'IQIIAMHS PA'l"l4liRS0N Grnzlufltc Ron ERT MURRAY CIIRIs'I'IAN PLIIIJGIES RICI-IARO BANKS PAYNII JOHN CARROI. FAIIEI' JOSEPII SMITII COC!-IRAN, JR. CHARLES WINOO 223 KIQNNIITII VVARRIEN IfIOI,IIIzR'I' WII.I.IAIv1 CoAI.n VVORTIIINGTON CIICII. VVRIGII1' A 1: Z: f 5 A 5, ,.x Ag! ,e X 51" 142 1 ., ff f if 0 A, ,f :ff JAMES MCCLURE GII.I.Ia'I', JR, JAMES CAMPBELI. STRAS, JR. 4 4, 4, ' 1 T4 54 ., ff .,f .,, f I , ::5g1 ffm' 4, 4 44 if 5 ,-ff-4--.. OR KS fywaiz ""f' , E392 if ,VHLJP in? AN D C U R LS 5,92 Jfq 5? 4"-2 1 f., -5 ff: ,- 114 ,: Q .-1 - 1? 'E , . liutk Row: Blalccncy, Welch, Sanders, Minor, v?i!o?frey,1.Whccler, Dunklin, Herald, Walkex', J., Gordon ater, . Mirlcllc Row: Tilghman, Burnett, Kizcr, Hcekin, El , Smith. Landefeld, Atkinson, Tiffany, Remmcl, Wallace Verplanclc, liankins, Cushman. Front Row: McGrath, Wait, Prof. Hcnch, Protfcflehn, Metcalf, Prof. de Chazcau, lVlcKinnic, Williams apin. Mining: Pollard, Ward, Ellis, Williamson, Jackson, Rust: SIGMA ALPHA EPSILUN 224 VIRGINIA OMICRON CHAPTER Foumlnl al IM' Urlifwwsily ofullzzluzlllzz on Marfll 9, 1856 ICSt:IIwIiSIIeII :It the Ulliversity Of VIl'g'IlIIIl OH I7eIII'II:II'y 16, 1858 FRATRES .IN FAQULTATIE MIiI.VIN GARDNER DIZCHAZHAU, ILA., M.A., PILIJ. GARRARD fII.IENN, B.A., LL.B. A'I'cIHcSON IIAUCIIIIIN IIENCII, M.A., PHD. FRATRES IN URIIE RIIV. I-IDNRY IZRVINO IiA'I'CIII?I,I,lER JUDGII CALLAN BROOKS VVIIILIAM BROCKLISS A'I'KINSIJN JAMIIS RUSSIILL BLAKIINIEY NORMAN RICHARD BLlRNIE'I"I' HIERBIIRT BARIIR CHAIIIN IEUGENII LAvA'I'IIR CUSHMAN VVILLIAM ROIIIIRI' ELLIS I RICIIARD JOIIN ELI' ROIIIcR'I' EMMIII' HICICKIN, JR. JOIIN FUQUA KIZIIR FRAN K MCCON N IiI.I, I.ANDIcIfI III,Il PIIIRRII COLI.INS AI.I.AN BAYIIOR CROMIVIELI. VVIIILIAM EARLII CIIARLIZS IEIJITARD MORAN ALII IIR'I' YORK College ROGIIR IIIQNRI' IVICGRATII VVILLIAM DAVID IVICIQINNIE, JR. ROIIERI' IVIITCIIIIIIII MIz'I'CALIf, JR. FRIIDIIRICR TAYLOR PULLARD PRA'I"I' CA'I'ns RDMMIIL CHARLES 'IIIENCII TILOHMAN VVIIILIAM SAMUIEI. VliRl'I.ANCK, JR. FRANCIS MARION WARD, III ALURIID GRAHAM WILLIAMS, III CHARLIQS RIIADI' VVIIILIAMSON Law RICHARD ANDRIIII' JACKSON fIIiORCIE VVIISLIIY VVAII' INITIATIES GIIOROII I-IILLARY DUNRLIN JOHN GUTIIRIE RUST FRANCIS f.IU'I'IIRIIi CIORIION, JR. JAMIIS AsIIIfORD VVALLACII JOHN IIIINRY IIIIROLD IRAVID CANNON VVIILCH I,ANCIII.0'I' I,ONf:s'I'RIHI'I' MINOR, JR. CIIARLICS SMITH' VVHEIILIQR 225 ROB IER'l' OSDOR N If , f 7 ! Qi f 'A 'f 7 If ' f , : A :7 7 7 4 7 ,f ,f L! , 4,44 Z-' 5 ,-,,,4-Z-.P CORKS 'f' 5-'X' "-,LZ 5? ,?"62J "i 52? AND C URLS ff: : rf' :E 4:2 ,.. , fu V: f'-1-1 Zi 2 JJ E 2 E? Jw. Top Raw: Tucker, M. Wcllfo1'd, Glenn, Nlustin, Regan, Blake, Stocker, Doak, L. Shackelford, Cary, W Jones. Laidlaw, V, Shackelforcl, Jr. Third Row: Sloan, Poindcxtcr, Root, Byrd, Todd,BC11Jones, Braun, A. Williams, Paterno, Cabell, Roberson os cr. .Slwmfl Row: Culbertson, Berkeley, Slaughter, Middleton, George, Havrlson, L. Wcllford, Gooch. Iiuflmn Row: Orrick. C. Williaxns, Chrimtinn, Pindcr. Maddux, Wilson, Wilxstead. 3? 11, DELTA PSI FRATER NITY UPSILON CHAPTER Fozuzrlvd al Columbia Collrgf in 1847 I2st:Il1li1lII-cl at the University Of Virginia, April 28, 1859 JOIIN WA'I"I's ICEARNIEY CARL I-IENRY NOLTING WII.I.IAM COIVELI SI EIAIIENSON WII.I.IAM JE'I"I- LAUCK, JR. B. M. R ROBERT MURRAX' BLAKE JAMES BURTON BRAUN CIIARLES MERRICREN BIRD, JR. GEORGE DOUGLAS MILI.ER CARY SAMUEL AI.EXANlDliR CUl.BIiR'l'SON, II WII.I.IAM CONWAY DOAK WILI.IAM ROIIER1' GOOCII JOHN WALKER JONES I-IENRY ASIIMEAD MUS'l'lN RICIIMOND MOORE, JR OREN ROOT, JR. FRATRES IN URIIE ANDOIIPII EDWARD IJICKINSUN r.l'AYl.0Ii College , JOSEIAII PAIERNO, JR. WILLIAM GREEN POINDEx.ER, JR GORDON REGAN FRANK FLOURNOY ROBIQRSON LYNE MONCURIS SIIACKIEIMORD ARN0l.lJ NE'l'llI5RVS'OOD SI.OAN DAVID r1i0lJIJ AUGUSTINE VVASI-IINGTON rI'UCKER, JR. ARMIS'I'EAD DANDRIDGE VVILLIAMS Law VIRGINIUS RANDOLPH SIIACKIEIIFORD, JR. MACDONALD VVELLFORD, JR. Ellgi7ll'CI'i7lg JOIIN FORSYTII COBB GLENN IIENRY BELL LAIDLAIV JESSE JONES SIOCRER Grazlufzte LEVVIS IIIN'I'oN BOSIIER, JR. RICIIARD AX'I.lE'l"l' CAIIELL ROIIERI' CARTER VVliI.I.l"0RlJ JONES INITIATES AI.FRIED RIVES BERRELEY, JR DECOURCY WRIc:II'I' ORRICR. JR. RALEIGII COLS'I'ON CI-IRIS'I'IAN JOSEPII WII.I.IAM PINDER WOODRUI-'If GEORGE, JR. CIIARLES BAII.EY SI.AUGlI'l'ER DAVID ALEXANDER PIARRISON, III LANDON CARTER VVlEI.l.l"0RD ALVIN HAYWARD HOWARD CARRINc'I'oN w7Il.I.IAMS, JR. I-IENRY CABEIIL MADDUx, JR, JAMES IIOGE 'IQYLHR WILSON CHARLES GIBSON MIDDLE'I'ON, JR, JAMES BURKIi'l"lf VVINSIEAD 227 Z Z 4 J ' f 7 4 1 f '1 ff f A ,f f 7 7 ,f f 4 1,12 A ,ff V u. 'i ff ,f 4 X 444 ff 7 ',ff4'-.. f Z' :A'., waz. oRKs if , "-'ff If 7"4fJ- L, 1 .1 V MW AND URLS :: ,f 91,2 gfg EE f-f ': 1-Q .: f, .Q .. Q ,-5 1 if I: 1 FJ? Burk Row: Wald1'op, Bayly, Tillson, Twyman, Lay, Christizm, Dyer, Hooker, Smith, Hancock. Middle Row: Kepncr, Lnffcy, Blackburn, Lnwrencff Wormnl1, Burke, Dayton, Trotter, Firth, Robinson Wi iams. Fran! Row: Beattie, Walker, Dr. Kepncr, Carter, Barrels, Lovitt, Carrick. T. GHI PHI FRATERNITY 228 ALPHA CHAPTER l"oImdml al Pl'illCL'l0ll Unifvrrsily in 182.1 Established at l7IIiveI'sity Of Virginia in 1859 FRATRES IN FAOUIJIIATE VVILLIAM ALLISON KEPNER HENRY H. CUMMINC PI-IILII' JOSEPH BliA'l"l'lIE, J GEORGE ANHERTON BURKE FRANCIS IEHWARII CARTER, LANG DAYTON JOHN MALCOLM FIR'I'II, JR. JAMES VVAIIIIBI, IIANCOCK VVILLIAM BODDIE BAR'I'ELs r1'IlOMAS J. LAIfIfEY, JR. FR BDIERICK CAREY L0Vl'lJ'l' 'LIIOMAS DwIGII'I' MORRIS R. JR- FRATER IN URIIE 'LIIOMAS I.. RUSSBR Coffvgr' JAY CuR'I'Is JAMISON, JR. CHARLES OWEN LAWRENCE, JR JAMES BAKER 'TVVYMAN FRANK DEANE WILLIAMS, JR. PHILH' HALI. VVORMAN, JR. HENRY LORNE VVYA'l"I' La-w BENJAMIN SPO'l"l'SW'00IJ PRESTON, JR. CHARLES EARL SMI'I'I-I, JR. AIIIEXANDBR ATKINSON VVALIIROI-, JR. EIIIYARE FRANKLIN YOUNGER, JR. A1-Izllim-nm' ALAN SCO'r'I' ROBINSON fllvdifirze HENRY I-IAsKINs FIERRICLI. IvoR IDAVID IIARRIS 1f?1yiIIl'l.'l'i?ly ROEERI' CRAIG CARRICK lIliRBICR'I' '1'RO'I"I'ER, JR. WILLIAM BIERRIAN I'I00l'liR ICICPNER Grmhmfe LIEVVIS N1ERIVVE'l'lllER WALKER, JR. INITIATES ROZIER CI,ACE'l"l' BAYI.Y IEIIIYARH RYANI' DYER, JR. CHARLES BLAN'I'ON BLACKBURN CJIEORGIE KELLOGG LIOOKER GEORGE Ll.EVVlil,l.YN CIIRIs'I'IAN, III DONALD MCLEOD LAY, JR. IEEWARH HARVEY SMI'I'II , 229 Z M' ,J 7 . - g Z' :A.5Tf'4'4iJ. ORK W A 5-I Z""'-01 :: 7'4,2 L. f .1 V II ' my AN D C U RLS ff ' ff 4" a fi if ,u .1 , , .l, ff 7 2,23 4 2: is 1 SIGM Hack Row: Murrcy, Sullivan, Myers, Brush, Willcox, Hess, Woodruff, Levin, Quivey. Middle Row: Mock, Nlarmon, Watt, Jones, Ziegler, Bew, Smoot, Coggill, Neilnn, Carter Smlvrl: Smith, Anderson, Hunter, Geer, Berger, Foley, Southgate, Fallert, Parker. A cn: mm 230 NITY PSI CHAPTER Founded al Miami U1IiI1.Iw'.vily in 1855 Established at the University of Virginia in 1860 FRATER IN FACULTATE LAWRENCE TIIOMAS ROYSTER, M.D. FRATRES IN URRE STEPHEN HURT WATTS, B.A., M.A., M.D GEORGE PERKINS, B.S., LL.D. College LANGDON ROOSEVELT GEER WILLIAM STROIIEL HUNTER WIl.I.lAM MARK MAUIIDIN, JR. TIIOMAS DOWNMAN RUTIIERFOORD CIIARLES REED SMOOT WILLIAM I-IARDING CARTER, II ROBERT JOI-IN FALLERT Law JOI-IN BENTLEY ANDERSON GEORGE I'IINSON PARKER, JR. SPENCER SITZMAN BERGIER PAUL CONWAY SMITH JAMES CIYIURCI-I COGGII.L MERVIN ALLEN ZIEGLER RAYMOND LEONARD HESS, JR. M edicine TIIOMAS MADDEN FOLEY, JR. BENJAMIN CALLOWAY JONES, PLEDGES RAIIP BRUSII, JR. ' FREDERICK HAROLD I-IURDMAN, JR. ROBERT HENRY LEVIN JEFF AUDREY MARMON, JR. LEWIS EMMETT MOCK, JR. JOHN WOODALL MURREY, JR. I'IARvEv MYERS NIARSIIALL A. NEILAN, JR. WILLIAM LEE QUIVEY, JR. LUTHER LOWRY SUI.LIvAN JAMES DOUGLAS WATT BARTRAM HAINES WOODRUEE 23I I WILLIAM BROWN SOUTIICATE JAMES DOUGLAS WATT J Z If , N41 C o R Kg A N D C u R L S iff!! :'- -I 1-A : f'J 7 ,fu 9 I2 fig Svatczl: Downing, Lowndes, Wilburxx, lVlohll1enx'ich, President Newcomb, Pence, Ferguson, Morris, Ticer. Mizlzllr: Row: Wyllic, T., Bayless, Hammond, Elliott, Epes, Bray, Wise, Combs, Gill, Coward, McGuire Morse, Biclclcy, Wyllie, A., Smith, D. Huck Raw: Mason, Hillicr, Wright, Watson. Bache, Hamill, Ward, Cox, Windholtz, G. Smith, Dinwiclclie Haden, Pugh, Falk. ffl -' PI KAPPA ALPHA 232 ALPHA- CHAPTER Fozuzdfd al lln' Unifv1'r.fiIy of Virginia on Marfh 1, 1865 JOIIN LLOYD NE FRATRES IN FACUIJPATE WCOMII, B.A., CE., SCD., LL.D., PI'v.cidrIIl of lln' lflli"Ul'l'Jil-'V ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD, B.S., B.A., PILD. ARMISTEAD CIIURCIIILI. GORDON, B.A., M.A., PILD. JOIIN HENRY NEFF, B.A., M.D. ROBERT HENNINC VVIEBB, B.A., M.A. CIIARLES DR. WILLIAM D. I-IADEN FRANCIS P. DUNNINGTON LI.EwELLYN P. HADEN CLEMENT D. FISIIEURNE VVIIILIAM EDWARD BRAY ROBERT COUTANT Cox CIIURCIIILI. FERRIER DOVVNING LYNN RIIEA HAMMOND GREEN SMITIEY JACKSON ISENJAMIN RUSII CUWIIIERD CIIARLIES METCALI-' CRUMI' JOIIN CIIARIIIES FERGUSON LEON RICIIARD CULIIERTSON JOSEPH WILSON EVERSOLIE FRATRES IN UREE JOIIN VV. FISIIIIURNE VVIIISON I.. SMITII WII.LIAM S, LACY DR. WILLIAM R. I-III.L AR'l'llUR C. JONES GEORGE R. B. MICIIIE College ANDREW JACKSON LOWNDES MAI.COI.M LUCK MASON CIIARLES CIIILTON EPIZS VVILLIAM VVEICIITMAN M0llI.IIli JOIIN RICIIARD MORRIS JOIIN VVAIISII MORSE DOVVNING LEMUEL SMITII AI'L'llill'C1llI'K CI-IARLES NIELD BAYLESS Law SPENCER f:I.AS filhl. JACKSON LEE GREGORY lllwiicine ALBERT' GIIILESPIF VICTOR FRAY MARSIIAIII. BRUCE NIORTON, B.S., M.D. , Pl-L11 J. Al!IJlSlJN PA'l"l'liRSON JOIIN S. VVIIITE W. HUOII FLANNACAN DR. WII.LIAM S. VVRAY EDMUND FIIIIIMORIE '1qlCliR SIDNEY DANIEL VVATSON ERNEST BRINTON VVRICIIT NRICII AI.IfRED SCALES VVYLLIIE, JR. TIIOMAS YIODGES VVYLIIIE CASKIIE NORVIQLII JESSE CLARO VVISE l"RANlil.lN lfIAMILTON SEELEY, lll VVILLIAM SIIERIIERD SMITII FRANCIS VVI-IITEIIOUSE JOSEIIII I.ANCI-IAM YON - Elzgirweriizg JOIIN FRANK ELI.IOTT IIARMAN ANDERSON DINVVIDDIE HENRY BLOUNT DANIEL G1!'!ll1ll!ll6 CARl.Yl.li El.I.li'l"l' RICIIARD FRANKLIN PIENCIE FRANCIS RICIIARDSON JIILLIER RAYMOND NEIKIRK WILBURN GU'l'HRlIi SMITII INITIATES TIIOMAS ATKINSON HARRIS FALK AUOUSTUS LECONTE MOORE WII.LIAM HUCII BACIIE STUART FAIRFAX I-IAMILI, ROIIERT PUGI-I ROBERT BICKLEY CIIARLES HOLDEN JOI-IN TI'l0MAS WARD CLAUDE HORACE COMES MARVIN MCGUIIKE CIIARLES WINDIIOLTZ V PIUGH MEREDITII I 233 92 72 4' ,Q , Z3 , Q, 2 A., M ,X 1 7 'o I 7 ll ff ,7 ,, . 1 'I X' ,X .x wx 1. , I V J ,4 7 E iff ew, f W ,, , ,f if Comcg 42' -. ,ff :iv nf 1 f fc 1 11.5 7f'4':lJJ. if f If ' f,f4 gf '-,ff 7'-4 "- 'ffr WAND CURLS :,-,,' ,. :Joi ?': 5: 4:55 fa- :E ff fa 'J 9 IE 1 .5 13' :E -'-Q Back Row: Gordon, Schlesinger, Lewis, Perry, Coles, Brown, Flood, Katenkamp, Forsyth, Gibson. Thin! Row: Chamberlain, Runlc, Buell, Friclc, Wittke, Livengood, Scccombc, Langhorne, Nlulford, Tucker Bancroft, Forester, Uanitorj, Mcllvcr. Second Row: Schlesinger, Trapnell, Griswold, Benn, Dean Lewis, Clark, Ten Eyck, Baker, Wierixxgo. Bottom Row: Johnson, Scuddcr, Rowe, Barrett. ZETA PSI FRATER NITY B E T A C H A P T E R Foumlrd al Nrfw York Uflifvzvsily in 1847 Iistahlisllecl nt the University J FRATRES IN FAC IVEY FOREMAN LEVVIS, B.A., M.S., PII.D. of Virginia in 1868 U LTATE EARNEST JACKSON OGLESBY, B.A., M.A. FRATRES IN URIZE PAUL BARRINGIER MURRAY BOOCOCK EDVVARIJ CLARK WILLIAM DUKE LOGAN NELSON ESKRIDCI5 DUKE NEVIL I-IANSIIAW GORDON NELSON FRANK OEEUTT ALLEN PERKINS EDWARD TOMI'KINS BERNARD CI-IAMEERLAIN GEORGE VVALK ER ROBERTS COLES College JAMEs ANlJREiA'S WILLIAM HAZARD BANCROFT ROBERT CATLIN BUELL, JR. S'l'EI'I'IEN STUART CIIAMBERLAIN JOIIN FREDERICK KA'l'ENKAMP, JR. ROBERT AUGUsTUs WITTKE I-IUGII LIVENGOOD ROY MOTT MULEORD, JR. ROBERT NATHAN FLOOD FRANCIS BRADLEY PEYTON, LESLIE RICIIARD FORIESTHR CHARLES WALLER TUCK ER III Law PERCY BROWN, JR. THOMAS CIIRIsTIAN GORDON, JR. GIEORGIE MINOR COLES AIIMIN MCGREGOR SCIILESINGIER ALFRED IIURDUN SIECCOMBIE flledicine CLAUDE MARsI-IALL LEE VIQIIORNTON r.liAYI.0E PERRY, III OSWALD MASSENA VVEAVER Engineerirzg GEORGE WILLIAM FORSYTII IIARRY FOx'svTII LANGIIORNE IvEv FOREMAN LEWIs, JR. Architecture ROBERT PACKER LINDERMAN FRICK DAVID JAMEsON GIBSON 3 Graduate I' BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DEWIEES RUNK 9 Pledges HOLLIS MCLURE BAKER WILLIAM GRISWOLD JOIIN '.l'RAPNliI.I,, JR. RUssELI. ROBINSON BARRETT, JR. ELMIZR LEE JOI-INSON, JR. FITZALAN WIERINGO N GEORGE MARTIN BEAN EUGENE ROWE, JR. ROEERT HENRY SCIILESINGER CHARLES DAMARIN SCUDDBR, JR. 1 9' 235 I Q ga ,I Z ?'- . I-. R. on 4. 1 1 CORK? ., ,ff il? , ,. ff' ff y , 1 Z' r 4515 M452 1: 5,4 0,4 5- X' '-My. 2 ' 'LQQ AND CURLS IJ' 5' 7 V0 ,,. z: r 1 -, 4' E ,.. , IXL- Q ,7 - ff: Iivurlb Row: Dinwiddie, Millan, Cummings, Brown, C., Finlay, Connelly, Riely, Nixon, Cralle, Stubbs NVarncr, Huttcr, Morton, Bama, J., Wiligo. Third Row: Norvcll, Patrick, Broome, Rardin, Reynolds, Moore, Bowman, Rust, Murrell, Brown, D., King lVlcGrarh, Coleman, Davis, H. Scmml Row: Ryan, VanDusen, Rambo, Scrange,DHenng1g, Ward, Sullavan, Crane, Bama, W., Huffard avns, . Fin! Raw: Martin, Bauer, Hotchkiss, Dew, Nlccarrin. Embry, Wilcox, Stafford, Andrews, Epps. ALPHA TAU UMEGA VIRGINIA DELTA CHAPTER Fozmdcd al Rifhmond, Virginia, on S1rjrlI'nIb1'r II, 1865 Established at the University Of Virginia OH NOX'ClnI1CI' 25, 1868 FRATRES IN FACU LTATI? FRANK S'l'RlNGlfl2I,l.OYV BARR, B.A., M. A. fUXON.J CIIARI.ES HENDERSON, li.lC. ROEERT V. FUNSTEN, M.D. IEI.l'HiR'I' ALVIS KINCAHJ, M.A., PILD. GEORGE BARI.OW AI,BBR'l' BOLLINC ROBERT QUHNTIN MILLAN JOIIN WIIII.IAM RIELY ROBERT READ NIXON JOSEPH BALL CRALLE, ll GEORGE WILI-IELM NORVELL, JR. JACK COWEE RARDIN ROEERT MILLER REYNOLDS EDWARD I'IU'I'CHINSON MAR'l'lN FRATRES IN URISE THOMAS CARRUTI-IERS JAM ES S'l'UAR'l' HANCKEI. C. H UTT ER College JOIIN MASON DEW JOSEI-H FRANCIS MOORE, JR. SIIEARER CALVIN BOWMAN, JR. JOHN I-IOWSON RUST THOMAS VVIIITEIfIEAD IVIURRELI., JR. DAVID rIxUCKER BROWN, JR. TI-IOMAS COEE KING, JR. ELEXIS WILLIAM MCGRATH JOHN LAWRENCE BAUER EDMUND RHlE'l"l' Law C. MA'I'TIfIEWs SAMUEL LII.E LEE ASHEY COLEMAN HOWLAND STAIGE DAVIS GROSVENOR BRUNE VAN DUSEN THOMAS COLEMAN WARD, JR. RALIDII THOMPSON CRANE, JR. VVILLIAM FRANKLIN BANTA PAUL PHILIP HUFFARD, JR. CHARLES WARNER I-IOTCIIKISS, J MEADE CARRINGTUN PATRICK ROGER G. BROOKE BROOMH EDWARD LAWRENCE RYAN, JR. RICHARD BLACKBURN rl1UCKIiR, JR. EDMUND WALLER HENING, JR. CORNBIVIUS II. SUI.l.AVAN, JR. ROBERT HILL DAVIS, JR. AUGUSTUS CHARLES ICEI-S ALVIN THOMAS EMIIREY, JR. JOHN PHILIP SATI-'I-ORD, JR. EDGAR MATTI-IEWS ANDREWS, JR. 'IIHEODORE BOOTH STRANGE CHARLES THOMAS OINEILL, JR. HARRY EVANS DINWIDDIE, JR. JOHN WALTER CUMMINGS, III CAMPBELL WILLIAM BROWN EDWIN CHRISTIAN HU'I"I'ER flflezlicine JOHN DANIEL CALL G1-aduafe VVIIIIIIAM PRESTON RAMIIO Pledges EDWARD FINLAY, JR. SAM ROTI-1 CONNELLY, JR. GEORGE NIXDIJIVETON STUIIES PIENRY LUKE WARNIER, JR. EDWARD TAYLOR MORTON 237 HENRY ST. GEORGE TUCKIZR JAMES HUNTER BANTA PERRONEAU BROWN WINGIJ 'IKHOMAS PETER MCCARTIN JAMES HARRISON WII.I.cOx ARTIIUR HENRY RAND, JR. x ,444 I 5- 'C ,',f14,:--., 5 fi, "459f 'A 4 iz!" "Off If V412 L. f .f V :J f 929 AND CURLS I' ,' nv 5,01 1-5 ': Lf? 1? 1, ,. f',' 5 412 Huck Row: Porter Uanitorj, Souffront, Gaver, Sargent, Farrington, Bernard, Nlacauley, Tyler, Griffin. Scrum! Row: Lankforcl, Davis, Turnbull, Greene, Alger, Garvin, Conner, Shclbourne, Chenery, Hilgartner, Conrad. Frunl Row: Porter, Wlaitc, Banks, Brown, Barton, Robbins, Browne. KAPPA SIGMA FRATERNITY Z E T A CH A P T E R Fozmdfd al l1I1i"UL'l'.fif:V of Virginia, Ilmimlzbcr 10, 1869 GEORGE OSCAR FERGUSON, B.A., M.A., PII.D. JAMES CARROLL FLIIIIIIN, M.D. RICIIARD CECIL GARLICR, B.A., M.A., PII.D. 'IXIIOMAS CARY JOIINSON, JR., B.A., M.A. JOI I N HOW E YOE, EDVVIN H. COPENIIAVIER JAMES G. DRIVER LY'I"I'LE'I'ON JONES RANDOLPII BARTON, III JAMES DALL BROWN, JR. I'IARRY BURNlE'l"l', JR. VVALIIER WINSTON CIIENERY ANDREW BYRON CONNER, JR. ROBERT EDWARD BANKS, JR. KING PIIILIP FARRINGTON, III FRATRES IN FACU LTATE DUDLEY CRAVVIYORD SMITII, M.D. WILLIAM WIRT WADDELI., M.D. FRATRES IN URBE EDWARD CONWAY MAIIIIIS REV. VVIIIEY R. MASON LEMUEI. F. SMITII GORDON SMITII College JAMES f?II.I.IAM CONRAD JOIIN HIIIBURN DAVIS, JR. SAMUEL HUGIIES fgARVIN LUCIEN BUTLIER GREENE CIIARLES RII-'E I'III.GAR'l'NliR RICIIARD ESTIEP LANKI-'ORD CAMILLUS SAUNDIERS L'ENc:I.E, JR. VVILLIAM LOWNDES PEPLE, JR. RICIIARD JANVIER PORTER Law NORMAN IIYDE ROBBINS Jllezlicine EDWARD VERNON BRUSH, JR. INITIATES HARRY HAMII.'I'ON GAVER, JR. DAVID BURTON GRIEEIN, JR. EDWARD MACAULEY, JR. 239 JAMES SOUTIIAIJ. VVILSON, B.A., M.A., PII.D., LL.D. FI,E'l'ClIliR VVOODWARD, M.D. M.S., M.A., PII.D. LY'l"I'I,l2'l'0N VVADDELI. 'IXHOMAS L. WATSON JOIIN R. VVINc:I-'IELD, JR. RALIIII JAMES QUALE, JR. IVIAIILON RICHARD SIIIEIIBOURTN T LUIS OSCNAR SOUIfI-'RONT KNOX TURNEULL VIQHOMAS NEWEY VVIIITE, JR EDWARD VVALKIER JAM ES CUNNINGIIAM SARGENT I ff CORKS 1 ff, Z ,',f,4,:-.., , ,,' :A, ,,. ,4 :2 414 A 'aff If Vi? :. 1 , .-f,.. ,: V :: ' "0" AND C URLS :.,' ,- L' F'-C E5 4:12 3 "A f.. z: ff: . ,,.L , 9 :E 5 1 fxq fa- SIGM Top Row: Caldwell, Barnes. Fourth Row: Newbury, Watkins, Seymour, Fielder, Mcllott. Third Raw: Carson, Ring, Williams, Edwards, Tolson. Strand Row: Navarro, Wyckoff, Harvey, Wilkixxsolm, Livingston. Ballon: Row: Hawkins, Hobbs, Blakslee, Tessada, Mackenzie, Rav I A NU FRATER B E T A C H A P T E R FOIIIHIIY1 al Virginia Military Inxlilulf' in 1869 Established at tlIe University of Virginian in 1870 EIJVVARD J. CARRU'l'I'IIERS FRANCIS B. GRINNELL, J ROBERT IRWIN BIIAKSLEIZ JOSEI-II JOIIN BURGER VVILLIAM VVAIIYIER CARSON, JR. R. GEORGE DIE FOREST EIWVARIJS, JR. FRATER IN FACULTATE LAWRENCE LEE FRATRES IN URIIE CIIAPIN JONES DONALD E. LANE PATRICK C. MA'I"I'III-:ws E. MANN NASII College HARRY BANKS FRENCII FRANKLIN TI-IOMAS EMLEN FRANKLIN RIcI-IARD FRANKLIN I-IAWKINS JAMES DURIIAM HOEIIS, JR. BOYNTON PARKER LlVlNGS'l'0N IENRIQUE AUGUSTO TESSAIJA V. FLOYD WILLIAMS CIIARLES H. SMITII RICIIARD TURNER MII.'l'0N SNELI. VVIIIKINSON WILLIAM BURTON WILKINSON GEORGE SI-IAEEER WOOD, JR. EIJVVIN 'PREMAN WYCKOFE Graduate I.. LESVIS I'IARVlEY Law RDVVARD IIEMONIJ MACKENZIE GEORGE WILLARD RAE I-IARRY SIIEPPARD iViAR'I'IN BERNARD REID TOT.SON, JR. Illezlicine JOIIN E. BECK JAMES J. GRIFFITTS HORACE GILIIERT SMITIIEY, JR. Pledges VVILLIAM BEVERLY CALDWELL, JR. VVILLIAM AX'liRS fi0DFRliY EDGAR C. SIIAWER VVILLIAM JAMES FIIQLIHCR, JR. AR'l'lIUR NiCCI.lEl.l.AN Nilil,I.O'l"l' HARRY DOUGLAS SIIRUANCE, JR. CONRAD LAWSON RING JOIIN HOVVARD SEYMOUR 24I CORKS f ,- z ff f f Z, X ,,,,4':..,' i'Zi.C'45?3 on , ?'f, "'f :5 7'-4,2 ' :J ' .f V f1?'Z'?? AND CURLS :.-,f 16,1 In :E LV- I Q ri' ff E , 1' J ' A.. Bark Row: Quinn, Stevens, Drake, Davis, Rutherfocrd, Clark, Scmml Raw: Carpenter, Clark, Ridley, Knight, Pike, Ncxscn, Williams, Vlformington, Crutchfield. First Row: Fray, Cardwell, Nottingham, Clark, Lewis, Smith, Pictsch, Ecker. KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY CIIARLES WALTER JACK E. LAMBDA CHAPTER Founded at ll!ll5hi71fll01l and Lee Uuifverxily in 1865 Established at the University of Virginia in 1873 FRATRES IN FACULTATE AR'rHUR ICYLE DAVIS, JR., ILA., M.A., B.LI'I"I'., PILD. VVILLIAM HALL CPOODVVIN, B.A., M.D. VVILLIAM HENRY GRAVELY, JR. JOIIN CAI.VIN MIZ'I'CAl.l4', B.A., M.A., LI'I'T.D., LL.D. CHARLES PA'l"I'lERSON NASH, B.S., LLB. FRATRES IN URIIE VV. AI.LEN S. CIIISIIOLM EARLY r1'HOMAS PE'rTUs f3RAS'l'Y WILLIAM CLARENCE GENTRV A. A. MORSON KEl'l'1'I fOXON.J L. S. MAS0N,4JR. CHARLES D. SMITII JOIIN R. WOODS TI-IOMAS FITZHUGII WILLIAM F. LONG S. B. WOODS College CI-IARLES HOPE CARPENTER, JR, GRAHAM CLARK WALTER ROWDOTTOM NEKSEN VINCENT CARDWELL JAMES ARTHUR CRU'l'CIIFIELD, JR. ANDREW JACKSON PIETSCII EDWARD WEIID CLARK HENRY DUNLOP ECKIER ANDREW MURRAY SMITII THOMAS DEANE LEWIS, JR. RAY DOWNING KNIGHT Law WII.I.IAM HOCKER DRAKE HENRY HVMAN PIKE JACKSON LEE FRAY JOIIN ALEXANDER RIDLEY SEVERN MARCEI.I.US N01"l'INGIIAM. JR. CHARLES WALTER GASOUE, JR. Jlledicine WILLIAM C. QUINN Engineering JOIIN PENN RUTIfIERIfOORD MORRIS SKINNHR CI.ARK, JR. INITIATES WILLIAM A. DAVIS TLIIOMAS STEVENS GEORGE, JR. WILERED RoAcI-I, JR. ALBERT T. FICRRIN ARTHUR KINKISIIIEY STEVENS, JR. EDWIN PRYOR WORMINGTON 243 I 3 4, Coaxs A . i'r r f'5l'wAN D C u R L S J: V IJ ' gf ,' ,- 5102 F'-f E5 492 ,.. -, f-L . :'f: f, X Z fa g- 7 g,,,4,-f.. g f, : A.,-.U '02, I, fl f,,,- 5-Z' '-02 , Bark Rmv: Deputy, Lancaster, Axelson. Third Raw: Fulton, Ford, Boswell, Knowles, Jordan, Arkcll. Second Row: Hoyt, W'hirxxcy, Tolbcrt, Lyon, Stuart, Smyth, Adams, Wallace, Brin Smlrd: Richards, jones, NVilliams, Prince, Yale, Harkrader, Carter, Dihhle, File. PHI DELTA THETA 244 VIRGINIA BETA CHAPTER. 1"0und1'rl al Miami f0l1ioj ll1Iiv1'r.vily on IJl'l'1'lllbl'l' 26, 1848 Estnblislied :It the I7IIiveI'sity of Virginia on December 24, 1873 FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM IEIIWARII IIRAY, B.A., M.D. I'IAIIS'l'liAD SIIIIIMAN IIEIIGES, M.A., M.D. Al.BI5R'I' IRVING FREII IAIUNIILEI' QUARLIES, JR. AIIISON TIIOMAS AIIAMS ROIIERT LYONS DIBBLH J. RUPERT FULTON HENRY BIEARDIEN MUI.I-IoI.I.ANn, M.D. .I"RA'1'RES IN URRE JQIIN DEAN QUARLES WII.I.ARII QUARLIES PAYNE DEAN QUARLIES College HIERBIQRT VINCENT JONES, JR, ALBERT ANIIREWS RICIIARIIS VVII.I.IAM I.. SMYTII ROGER MOORE S'l'UAR'l', JR. ' flfezlicinc' CIIARLES JOHNSON HARKRAIIER, JR. CIIARLES LIEMUISI. PRINCE JOIIN HENRY Lrrw TIIOMAS DALE CARTER NVIIIIAM IIENRY FILE, JR. .I.NI'1'IATES JAMES ARKEI,I,, JR. JACK LIZROY AxEI.SoN EIIMUNII NoRwEI,I. I30SVI'lEl.l,, JR. VIIHOMAS HoI.I.ANII BRI'l"l' JAMES PATRICK BROCAN, JR. LOUIS J. DEPUTY VVII,I,IAM fiA'I'IiS FURII RAI.IfII STANLIEY FouI,CER AUSTIN I'IOY'l' WINEIEIAI MARSIIALI. JONES JAMES If:MMIi'l"l' JORDAN IEIIWARII AI.nEN KNowI.ES MARSII LANCASTER JACK A. IVIIEIEKHR JAMES OSBORNIE PUTNAM CTIIARLES S. WARII 245 IEIIWARE VAI.liN'l'INE VVALKER JAMES LAWRENCE BASII, WII.I.IAMS NATIIANIEI. STARIIUCK YALE CIIARLHS VVESLEI' LYON, JR. VVAI.I.ACIf I 9 1. 92 9 1. fi, 9 2. ,. I 4 4. 9 9. 9, 9 . Z '4 9: 4 ,la 94 4 f Coasts ., ff! , ,- x ,551 z- ,f 1104.1--.. g 5, -1,4--. fff. :- nf 'ff 5' ' "ff ', D C u R LS ::, :-f -:f,. ,, Jo? ?'a 5: 4-'fi f.. :: f'L 31 ff .L -. 7 I-E 5' 52 ' fi' J2- 1 Bark Row: Gregory, Barnes, Wheat, Woods, Ewing, Rhoads, Old, Cochran Third Raw: Railey, Lyon, Duff, Rucker, Stevens, Dunaway, Martin. Scroml Row: Pcden, Price, Hudgins, Richards, Rogers, Antrim, Long, Cox, Seated: Shinn, Adams, Brown, Durham, Neal, Mr. Rothwell, Maury. DELTA TAU DELTA 246 BETA IOTA CHAPTER Established at the University Of Virginia in 1889 FRATER IN FACULTATE ROEERT KENT' GOOCH, B.A., M.A., PH.D. fOXON.J EDVVIN KEIIL O'BRIEN ROBERT MASSIIE PAGE JOHN ELDON SHEEHARD ROBERT rfENNYSON ADAMS JOI-IN ANTRIM GARLAND POIILARD Cox WALTER HERBERT DUI-'I-', JR, RANDOLPH ALEXANDER BROWN ROBERT T. GLADS'l'ONE, JR. ROBERT OWEN CANADA, JR. HOWARD E. RI-IOADS MlCl'IAEl. ERSKINE VVIIEAT ' FRATRES IN URBE VVILLIAM ALONZO RHINEIIART VVIIILIAM RICHARDSON SIIEIIARD JOIIN MCfiIl.I. DOUGLAS EDWARD OVERTON MCCUE, JR. College CARLYLE MANNING DUNAWAY JOSEPH HARTWIELI. DURHAM JOSEPH BOUTWHLI, IIUDGINS MARTIN HENRY LONG, JR. GEORGE CECIL LYON CLARK OGDEN MARTIN Law JOHN MINOR MAURY, JR. WILLIS ALDEN NEAL CHARLES WHITNEY PRICE Jlledicine JOHN K. TAGGAR1', JR. Graduate WILLIAM ZHARVVOOD PED Engineering MIERllI'l"1' M. RAILEY INITIATES GEORGE OSBURN GREGORY VVIIISON OVERTON COCIIRAN 247 EN , JR. MARCELLUS MCBRIDE JAMES M. RO'l'HWEI.L JOHN PORTER JONES, M.D. GEORGE GlI.MORE MOORE UPTON I-IILL RICHARDS DOUGLAS PENDLETON RUCKER CIIARLES ABBOTT STEVENS JOHN COWOEN ROGERS STUART HANCOCK SHINN JOI I N TI'IORN1'0N, JR. RICHARD CAMERON WOODS rlil-IOMAS JEFFERSON BARNE III 5, L, Z fi I 4 :ff 'I 34 f. 5. , 7 A Q4 ,f ff. if 1-Q 'of 4A if 22,57 Q11 wi 1 'c 1 2 on l 2,3 ff 2 ff 222 "1 1 ff ' QE f zz' 445 4 X, , 96 5 '4 X V7 H, . Comcs K ff ff y . ,. 1 f' f 1 'i"4'ff22 :G 5 5 ifgz 5. X ' -.,,,, LQQWA N D C u R L S 5" fy :,"f Z1 Z:-2 1 , . ff: .- f-- : IX? -: ff E ff: " QKJ 'Q Z 21: 3' l"uur.'h row: Watson. Third mw: Rnwc, Pontifcx, Wfntson, Duke, W0OdHl'd, Callcndnr. Scrum! row: Hortcnstine, Elam, Bedcll, Hindman, Barksdale, Murphy, Kerr, Lusk, Wolcott. Smfral: Boykin, Donnelly, Clark, Hawkins, Smith, Dr. Lambeth, Bennett, McCullough, Moore I SIGMA PHI EPSILUN 248 VIRGINIA ETA CHAPTER Founded al Riclmzond Collvgc in 1900 Established at the University of Virginia in 1906 ' FRATRES IN FACULTATI: WILLIAM ALIIXANDER LAMBETII, M.D., PIALD. JOIIN ALEXANDER RORIIR, B.A., M.A. FRATRES IN URBE HUGH M. HAWKINS JAMRs HAIVKINS PAUL S. I-IILL JACK KENNON DR. HAI.IBUR'I'0N MCCOI' IIARRY L. SMITH DRXTER W1fII'I'Iz College FRANK FRISDIE BEDEIIL, JR. JAMIIs I-IAIL BuNNm"I' JOIIN CI.ARK, JR, S'I'IswAR'I' MI5RCIER JOIIN CAMPBELI. I'IOR'I'ENS'l'INE THOMAS SMITH BRUCE CAI.I.liNlJIER AR'I'I-IUR ARl,INtl'I'IJN DAVIS, JR. JOIIN FI.Y'I'IfIIz DANIEL LINDSAY CAMI-IIIILL, JR. THOMAS HINDMAN GIERAIID ARTHUR DONNIILLI' DALE MIIRKIIR MCCULLOUGH EDWARD LOCKWOOD MOORE ROBERT RAYMOND PoN'I'IIfI2x IOIOWIELL AI.LISON ROBINSON GORDON IIIGGINS JOIIN GOIIIIEL WA'I'sON Arclzitecture FRANCIS ROWLANIJ Engineering ROIIIIRI' BOYKI N, JR. EdIu.'ali1In BARKSDALII FRANCIS I.ANKIfORD, JR. Illedicifze JOIIN HILL FI'I'zGIaRALD, JR. JOIIN D. GIIRMAN Law GILBIZRT EUGIINII PIINCII, JR. Gradurzlv GURIJUN VVDI.CO'I"I' Pledges S'I'IiWAR'I' IQISRR CIIARLIIS W. LUsK JOSIIPII RIIYNOLDS, JR. JOIIN WILSON WOODARD, JR. 249 I MALVIN SI-IEIIIIERD ROWE, JR. x 4 f,. , ,, I 544 C o R KS f 5 Z "' ' ,5'QL2 an A N D C u R L S 14:5 F'-7 2: 4"-'E 1-.1, f'j 2: ffm ,. , ,E . ,E A ., , 5' ' 121 Buck Row: Thorpe, Irving, Preston, Boykin, Wilson, Cnmblos, Goodall. Ccnlcr Row: Brownlee, Malo, Sicrck, Goodloe, Blaffer, Mend, Morgan, Brown, Gcphart From Row: Pope, Lucas, Wooldridge, Sharp, Cameron, Skclly, Dennc. DELTA PHI' FRATER NITY PHD CH I I"cu11dr'd at Union Co APTER llvgv in 1827 Established at tlze University of Virginia On March I, 1907 FRATRES IN UREE DAVID ELL1s BROWN HARRY A. GEORGE VFRUEMAN MONROE DOIUSON College RODER1' ROLLING CAMERON BAYARD SHARP EDWARD DHMING LUCAS, JR. CLAIBORNE IVICDOVVELI, POPE I'IERBER'l' VVlZN'l'VVOR'l'Il SIERCK r.Fil0MAS MCFARLAND SKELLY ROBERT W1LL1AMs JOSEPH KlENNE'l'PI MALO ALLAN '1'uPxfER BROWN BRIZCKENRIDGE CA'rLE'r'r GOODLOE JOHN NIARSHALI. GEP1'IAR'l' JOHN McCHEsNEv MORGAN FRANK ROuER'rs MEAD BROWNLEE Law CARL PAIGE VVOOLIJRIDGIC WH,L1AM PE'r'rx' DICKSON, JR. RAYMOND GREGORY DENNE JOHN HIEPBURN BLAFFER fllezlicine CARRINGTON I-IARRlsON Graduate WH,L1AM TAYLOR I'IAM, JR. INITIATES JOSHUA BULLITT CAMBLOS PETER IRVING, .TR- MCCHESNEY GOODALI., JR. EDWARD CARRINGTON BOYKIN, JR CHARLES FREDERIC WILSON, JR. JOHN BRADFORD TILLSON QRD PRESTON, JR- GEORGE WELLS TIIORPE 25I '. 9. 9 4. 2. A E2 f, 22 '4 9. ,. '4 I Q A wp! ff , 4 44 Q 1 g X,- C0RKifQif5frr AND CURLS :qu 4'-: f-- : ff: V: ,,.1 9 :E if ,E Q'J E J QE Bark row: Carver, Ballard, Clapton, Melvin, McBain, Pettit, H. Franklin, lVlacRae. Mirlrllc row: Bruce, l. Franklin, Frost, Smith, Williams, Epes, H. Kabler, McClinton, Forbes, Latham Sciztnl: Nclms, jones, Dr. Gee, Caste, Dillun, W. Kablcr, Elms. THETAGHIFRATERNITY 252 X I C H A P T E R Fouurlrd at Norwich llnifurrsily on April 10, 1856 Established at the University of Virginia on january 26, 1914 FRATER IN FAC U LTATE VVILSON GDR, B.S., M.A., PH.D. FRATRES IN URDE BraNJAM1N H. BAILY, M.D. WH,r.xAM DONALD BEARD OSDORND FITZ-RANIJOI.l'II BRUCE, JR. DAvxD JUNE CARVDR, JR. EDWARD BRYAN CI.OP'I'0N ROBERT I-IAYNDS Pm'1'1'r VINCDN1' S'rocR'1'oN PIE'l"l'ER RAYMOND SMITH IIUGII EMII. ICABLIER JAMES Slum' McCr,1N'roN Collfge G1l.rHsR'r L. DESVERNINE DAVID DONALD KI.oUs RICHARD MDADowcRA1f'r FORBFS LEONARD BROOKS Er,Ms, III CEOOIJVVIN ARMSTRONG DH.r.EN CHARLES S'1'DwAR'r GRAHAM VVILLIAM Nnwr.ANDs DABNIEY Law DURR C1.AY'r0N CAs'ro, JR. VVH.l,1AM KADLDR AR'l'lIUR Wx'NNl5 1051155 PAUL LDROY I.A'I'llAM COHN CAMvDlal.I, MACRAD VVARRRN MCELROY BALLARD XVlI,I,IAM PERRY Epns VVILLIAM ALLEN MELVIN drclzitecture STUART PHH.1.Hfs FRos'r E 71-0i71I?l?I'iIlg JOHN GRAY VVIIITCOMII fllmlicine Nowvam. DARDIEN NlH,Ms 253 I f Comcg IJ V I: ' 5' 'Q 110, F .j 1: 4" E ,.. a, f'J ,,.L E 2',' 2 4 4 54 Z f 1' Z J, ffarg-9 1 f, 5 .I .., f, . ,7 gg ifnz 5-X f-0, 7-,XQP .iff -a AND CURLS Back Row: Cohen, Strauss, Katz, XV. Klaus, Alrheimcr, Goodman, Hirschler, Desbcrg, Hoffman. Mizlrllv Row: H. Hofhcimcr, P. Klaus, Sonnclaorn, Baum, Lehman, Oppenheimer, Ncwmyer, Green, R. Hof heimcr, Weill. Fran! Row: Walters, Masscll, Dicncr, Smolcn, Stottcr, King. ZETA ETATAU 254 C H I C H A P T E R Foundvd at fha' Collage of lhf Cily of Nvfw York in 1898 Established at the University of Virginia On June I2, 1915 FRATER IN FACULTATE LINWOOD LEIIMAN, B.A., M.A., PII.D. EDVVARD WILLIAM AIXIWIEIMIER JAMEs BERNARD DESBERO SOLOMON GOODMAN ROBERT GERs'I' H01-'IIEIMER JOIIN EISINGER HOFFMAN JACOB EPSTEIN KA'I'Z EDWARD SACI-IS I-IIRSCIILER W NIEVVMAN N. BAUM LEONARD LEE COIIEN ROYCE DIENER BERNARD JUI.IAN GREEN CARL HENRY Llil-IMAN BENJAMIN JAY MAssEI.L, J Collage Law Al,'I'IiR WIII'1'I.OcK KL INITIATES R. 255 PIIILII' WIII'I'LOcIc IQLAUS WILLIAM PIIILII- OBIZRNDORFER EDWARD JOSEPH RI'I"rENEERc PIIILIP LAUB SIIULTZ FERDINAND ROBERT S'I'RAUss LIGE HARRY WEILL IIARRY HOFIIHIMIER AUS ALVIN LEROY NEWMYER PETER WlIX1'EFIEI,D OPPENIIEIMER GEORGE BERNARD SMOLEN RICHARD F. SONNEEORN IRVING RICIIARD STOTTER DONALD SI-IAPERO VVAIIIWZRS 9 f. 9 2-- 4 9 9 2 5. Z ff 9. 5 W 'Z 1. Z Z Z , fa ,li 0 4-. V 6 4 '1 44 Coaxg ..f .1 ff, :J v 5. 1 -I ' ,- MXQWAN D C u R L S 1, ?': 2: 4-'VE ,.. -, ,Q 1 ,,.e ,. y ,-1 1 ,... , 1' J ' E HE K 5 54 1- 7 ,', ,,4--., 1 z- : A,,... -wk. :Y fl "ff ff' "-'ff f Burk Row: Kaplan, Galin, Hopkins, Salmowicz, Vigdor, Cohen, Erkstcin, Finkelstein, Horowitz, Klozz Center Raw: Wm. Lewis, Blatt, Goldberg, Sell, Nlnlnwista, Wilscxi, Trell, Israel, Blucstcin. Fran! Row: Honiclc, April, Hopkins, Nagle, Raymond, Schonfelcl, Feldman. PHI ALPHA FRATERN 256 ITY M U C H A P T E R Fouudm' al lfzzxhilzglolz, D. C., in 1914 Established at the University of Virginia in April, 1922 FRATER IN URBE VVILLIAM SCIIWARTZ College JACOB BI.UES'l'liIN LOUIS GORDON DAI,l.li'I"l' GEORGE I'II5RBlER'l' FIELDMAN IRVIN GALIN BERNARD YALE GOLDIIERG SANFORD IIASRELI. JACK HARRY I-IOI-RINs JULIUS HERMAN HOPKINS Law HARRV BI.A'l"l' fllezlieine ELLIS APRIL Graduate LEONARD I-IONICR Pledges IRVVIN RICIIARD COIIEN IRWIN IJAVID ECKSTHIN NORMAN FINRELSTEIN NATIIAN ISRAEL iVlIl,'l'0N HAROLD ICAPLAN CiII.BIiR'l' MALAwIsTA BERNARD HAROLD RAYMOND GlI.BIiR'l' SAI.MOwITz ALVIN SCIIONI-'IIEIID EMANUEL COIIIEN SEEE LEONARD '1'REI.L JOSEI-II NAGLE JEROME HOROWITZ MILTON STUART KIIOTZ BURTON DAVID VIGDOR 1 ,f 7 : A 31,1 J If f 5 4 ,7 I ,f J 7 f 4 7 ff 7 ,6 f A 257 1- fff , f CORKS 4 Iiv nf iffy gfo , fi F 2 fr 415 ,.. , ,,,, ,, ,f., .. 9 :E ' fi E I r-fa f,'3 Z"E J "J 1 Z fc ff 7 ', ff, 1-. 1- , f 'ff '- J 5, - A., -.. of- ' 2 'fri g-X' '-az 7'-1 'Q .., 'fffi?',AND CURLS Burk Raw: Strauss, Platt, Lifshirz, Rosenbluln, Robbins, Snlpetcr. Front Raw: Mizroch, L. Frieclen, Goldmann, 1. Fricdcn, Lukcman, Tabakin, I. Fricdcn ALPHA EPSILUN Pl 258 MU CHAPTER Fozmdvd al Nz'-w York Unifv.--rsily in 1913 Established :It University of Virginia in 1924. FRATER IN FACULTATE BEN-ZION LINEIELD, B.S., Sc.D., PH.D. COLLEGE CHARLES LEE FRIEDEN HERBERT MILTON GOLDMANN, JR IRWIN FRIEDEN JOHN MILTON LUREMAN JULIAN HAROLD FRIEDEN SEYMOUR SIIELTON LIFSHITZ NATHAN PLATT CHESTER HARRIS ROBBINS ANSELM LEONARD STRAUSS RAYMOND JOSEPH TABAKIN Engineering AARON MIZROCH Initiate BURTON FOCH SALPETER 259 I 9 3 f',' 5 ff ,ffflz-.., ORKS 5-'X' "-,,2' N D C U R L S 0,2 42: f-- ': ff: : ,f.1 7 re ff E 11, : Burk Raw: Davis, Marcus, Kane, Fortunoff, Jungcr, B. Lcfton, Jacobs. Miflfllc Raw: G. Lefton, Hoffcr, Altman, Shetland, Shoor, Bruck, Cohn, Smith Scared: Wolff, Caplan, Caplin, Gcrsoni, Beck, Globman, Fisher. Pl LAMBDA PHI 260 OMEGA AL-PHA CHAPTER F0llIldl'l1 ai Yale Uzlifvwsily in 1895 Established at the University Of Virginia in 1932 COLLEGE JACOB FISHER GILBERT SI-IELTON LEFTON MARTIN HLDIPFER PAUL LEWIS ALTMAN LEON CiLOBMAN MARTIN LEWIS SHOTLAND MORTIMER MAXNVELL CABLIN ROBERT MURRAY SIIOOR SEYMOUR DAVID COPLAN JOSEPH HENRY COLIN GORDON ALBERT WOLFE SANFORD JEROME SMITH GERAI,lD LOUIS BRUCK LESTER MIDRTON OSTERMAN, JR NORR'IAN DAVIS I-IOWARD IQANE EDWIN HAROLD JUNOER BENTON O. LEFTON BENJAMIN DANIEL JACOBS Law SIGMU ND BECK Graduate CHARLES GERSONI Initiates HKJWVARD PIERTZ MARCUS IJANIEL GEORGE FORTUNOFF 2bI I 9 TAU EPSILON PHI TAU NU CHAPTER Founded al Columbia Urzifucnily, 1910 Established at University Of Virginia, April, 4, 1936 COLLEGE ARNOLD HOWARIJ AXfRUTlNE SIDNEY RICHARD LENDINO BERNARD GELIIAND -IULIUS ALFRED PERLINSKI JERROLD RICHARD CELADSTONE PIARVEY HAROLD POSTER GEORGE DAVID ROSENRERG THEODORE JOSEPH ROSENRERG MILTON SILVERMAN Law BERNARD EVERETT PROTZEL PAUL LOUIS ROSENIIERG PLEDGES STANLEY SAMUEL JEROME SCHARY 262 PROP ESSIQNAI. FIQATERNITIES ni 1 ' P1122 :J L If ' . of 51. ,: 4-'-E ,.. Y, f': -: ,,.. .. 9 .-1 1 If ff.: 4 ff, C O R Kg A N D C U R L S E. G. R. R. IE. A. J, F. W. N. K. R. N. L W. C. G. J. A. F. F. S. R. C. A. ggi? pf A 'LL V ' I , , ,:5:rI. ' V Lge? H, U , -,, K iq, Jag: -Qi. f'f2'.- 3. L ' F ...'57f " Taz- 'T if? EF' " 5.'15fe,4!-'fp WG' .I 1'vx I ' I' " H... ,, 'J-:' 'I-, .,.f3:3?.,-- "I , 'ii'q1'f.4j.'-'-- Sas... r"' , 7:2-:.L"A ' -'.".:., 'wr-A' " LAMBDA Pl FACULTY MERIBERS JOHN LLOYD NIEWCOMB, B.A., C.E., SC.D. LL.D. RICHARD I'IliA'l'lI DABNHY, M.A., PII.D. RICIIARD HENRY WILSON, M.A., PII.D. ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD, PII.D. WILLIAM HARRISON FAULKNER, M.A., PII.D. VVILLIAM ALLISON KIEPNHR, M.A., PII.D. M. ANDREVVS, JR. GRADUATE MEMBERS J. M. MAURY, JR. R. L. PAYNE, JR. W. H. PICDEN' C. L. PRINCE G. F. RAINEY L. P. ROPIER ACTIVE MEMBERS W. E. FRANCIS B. C. GOODLOE W. T. GORIJON P. H. I'IOGE, III C. W. HOTCHKISS A. L. I-IERRING J. E. N. I-IUME, JR. J. W. JONES VV. B. JONES M. A. JOIINSON, III . C. KING, JR. B. I-I. LAMO'I"l'lE C. M. LYNCH, JR. R. W. MCCABE E. W. MCGRA'l'II T. MARSIIALL G. G. MOORE T G. BBRKELEY M. BIRD, JR. H. DAVIS, JR. G, DODSON, JR. C. EPPS D. ABBITT, JR. C. ARMIS'l'liAlJ F. BANTA L. BARNWELI. H. BEER BLAKE M. BLAKE BOOKER E. BROWN, III CABELI. W. CARNAN, JR. D. M. CARY A. COCKE B. CONNER, JR. S. CAMPBELL, JR. J. CRAMER R. DAvENvOR'r, II G. DENNE G. J. FAULKNIZR, JR. P. W. FITCH, JR. J. H. M. D. MULI-'ORD MINOR NOLL ODIE, JR. 264 H . H . R. M. SMITH, JR. C. STUART B. TQUCKER E. WAGER, JR. M. VVEIIITORD W. L. ZIMMER, III W. G. POINDEXTER, G. W. MARE J. W. LEYS J. C. RARDIN W. L. REED G. I-I. REESE7 JR. J. H. RUST T. M. SAWYERS W. L. SMITH, JR. G. G. SEIBELS, JR. A. N. SLOAN F. E. TAYI.OR P. C. TROUT A. W. TUCKER, JR. W. T. W. T. A. G. M. 'FUCKER C. WARD, JR. R. WEEKS, II N. Wl'lI'I'E, JR. D. WILLIAMS D. WILLIAMS J' W. B. BARTELS S. S. BERGIZR J. H. BLAFFER L. D. BURNS, JR. . M. COCIIRAN G. M. COLEs R. A. CAEELL G L. H. BOSIIER, JR. R. B. CAMERON A. S. ROBINSON A. KLlNEIfI2I.'I'ER J. D. BROWN, JR. F. E. CARTER, JR. D. M. SMITII E. MUNGER, JR. J. B. TWYMAN R. N. FLOOD T. M. SKELLY E. D. LUCAS J. R. FISI-IBURNE P. D. FOVVLKES P. J. BEATTIE E. C. MONCURE G. REGAN J. M. FIRTI-I, JR. L. M. WAI.KER, J NINE I'f' 5 JWMJ I . Qlw .MII X55 R5QJ.Aw. AQQYOENWJ 'QQQR IRIIRUEQ 'M I -I . 55,4 'Q Kfufgg,-27.'g, ' .p: gi-fII"' ' - . .1-rim. .' .mf '- -' 'XII g-"I..7wf- -Ji-' SKULL AND KEYS GRADUATE MERIISERS J. P. EI.LlO'I"I' .C. HARRISON G. E. HARRISON T . LAEEEY F. C. LOVITT W. K. MAPP D. R. OWEN T . C. GORDON, JR. R. MOORE, JR. ACTIVE MEB'IBERS J. R. PEABODY, JR. F. D. WILI.IAMs, JR. K. TURNEULL R. BARTON, III H. A. MUSTIN F. C. ZEIsnIsRc, JR. J. E. EDMUNDS, III H. W. SIERCR P. H. WORMAN, JR. S. E. BROWN, JR. J. K. MALO L. LEE, JR. L. DAYTON T. B. TALIAEERRO W. B. WATLING W. R. GOOCII L. M. SIIACRELIRORD S. A. CULBERTSON, II J. B. BRAUN R . E. LANKFORD J. H. I'III.I.IARD 265 A. M. SCIILESINGER A. B. SECCOMEE V. R. SIIAcRELIfoRD, JR B. SHARP R. L. ST. JOI-IN C. M. TARB D. Q. TAYLOR N. H. ROBBINS G. H. FLOWERS, JR. L. R. FORESTER R. M. METCALF, JR. J. W. JONES C. M. BYRD W. C. DOAK E. J. RICHARDSON, JR. H. LIVENCOOD P. C. REMMEL F. S. CAMPBELL, JR. W. B. SOUTIIGATE W. F. BANTA R. H. ABBITT B. C. GOODLOE F. R. MEAD, JR. J. M. GEPIIART A. F. REUTLINGER L. B. GREENE I 9 3 1 X19 x 1' ff Z' Zxffm---. ' f, : -. -., 'ff '. ORKS QA " , 5'1" 'fffh fff"42f .1 7 If ' 922 AND URLS :f,' ,- 50,2 5' : 5? 1-f ': f'L -I f, .1 .. 9 I? 2:1 5 ff ,pf J, -: Burk Row: Glenn, Waltz, File, Hcllin, Nlarshzlll. Mizldlc Row: Henkel, Meyer, Whitley, Coles, Dodson, Polk. Dillard. Scaled: Cumings, Mr. Dillard, Mr. Nash, Dean Dobic, Moore, Mr. Glenn, Mr. Ribble, Cochran, Root PHI DELTA PHI 261: MINOR CHAPTER OF THE LEGAL FRATERNITY OF P H I D E L T A P H I FRATRES IN FACU LTATE PIARDY CROSS DILLARD f3ARRARID GLENN ARMISTEAD MASON DOEIE CIIARLES PA'l"I'liRSON NASH GEORGE BOARDMAN RACER, JR. FREDERICK DEANE RIRELE FRATRES IN URBE ALBERT BOLLING DAVID JOSEPH WOOD CHARLES VIENABLE MINOR TI-IOMAS MUNITORIJ BOYD C. E. MORAN E. H. COPENHAVER I. W. WOOD A. H. MICIIIE ALLAN PERKINS ACTIVE NIEMBERS CPARRARIJ WOOD Gl.ENN DAVID SEABURY IIENKIEI. GEORGE MOl"l'E'l"l' COCIIRAN RICIIMOND MOORE, JR. FRANK LYON POLK, JR. OREN ROOT, JR. GEORGE MINOR COLES ffli0RGl5 FRANKLIN WHI'I'LEx' CIIARLES BEGOLE CUMINGS DUNCAN MCRAE COCKE EDMUND PENIDI.I2'l'0N DANDRIDGE, JR. EDVVARD GRIl"l"l'I'I1 DODSON, JR. GEORGE Bunn DILLARD CHARLES KIl.l.lAN Worfrz BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KRAITIfIiR'l', JR. CIIARI.Es f?ARRISON MEYER, JR, JAMES JONES MARSIIALI., JR. AUEREY NEWBILL HEFLIN WILLIAM HENRY FILE, JR. AUGUSTUS CIIARLES EPPS ROBERT 'l'HURs'I'oN HUBARD, JR. VIRGINIUS RANDOLIII-I S1'IACKEI.l"ORD, JR. TIIOMAS C1IRIs'rIAN GORDON, JR. 267 I 9 Coaxs 4 .. f,1 IJ V f ff, 4 ,ff f ' f- 1 ' ,,, 1-. , 1. . ff -,, -. 4 5, . Al, ..,- ,,,. J, ,Z fff,, , X 04 9-., ' 'frffAND CURLS :- f ff' ' ,- , , . of r'E fi ,,.1: 1-5 . ,,.. ,. , ,i . .E ,... . 1-J .E A 1.2 Tap Raw: Lealcc, Rawlings, Preston. Mirlrllc Raw: Von Thclen, Gillespie, Hope, lVlcLemore, Kruger, Gregory, Nl. C. Dortch. Bottom Row: J. S. Dortch, Jr., Parker, Stone, Latimer, Moffett, Robertson, Wise, Leavitt, Hancock PHI ALPHA DELTA 268 THOMAS JEFERSON CHAPTER OF PHI ALPHA DELTA Law Fraternity Foundffd at Chicago, Kent School of Lafw, in 1897 Established at University of Virginia in I9Io FRATRES IN URRE RICHARO GIBSON DEANE JAMES S. FITZIIUGI-I, JR. HENRY B. GORDON WILLIAM M. HAMMER JAMES A. LEITCI-I, JR. CIIARLES A. PAxsoN CIIARLES W. SUBI.E1'T Rox' WIIITNEY WHEELER JOI-IN GARTII K7ANCEY HONORARY MEBIBERS HON. WILLIAM H. MANN OFFICERS CIIARLEs FREMONT LATIMER. .... . . . . WILLIAM STUART MOP'P'E'I"l', JR. . . MARTIN CIIARLES STONE . . . - . GEORGE HINSON PARKER, JR. . . JEIrEREss SAMUEL DORTCI-I, JR. . . JAME LATIMER MCLEMORE, JR. . HON. SAMUEL W. WILLIAMS . . . . . . .Chief Justice . . . . .Chief Justice - . Vice Chief Justice . . .Clffh . T rzfamn-r . Historian ACTIVE MEBIBERS ROBERT CROMWELL MEREOITII CARTER DORTCII JACKSON LEE GREGORY CAMPBELL HOUSTON GIIILIESPIE, JR. WILLIAM TIIOMAS HANCOCK AsIILEv GUY HOPE ROYSTON JESTER, III GEORGE BARROVV KREGER 269 ANDREW KEAN LEAKE ITIIAMAN MAR'l'lN LEAVITT, JR WILLIAM VINCENT RAWLINGS JAMES VVARRIEN ROBERTSON JESSE CLARO WISE JOSEPII WILLIAMS WORLEY ARTHUR MURRAY PRESTON ALEXANDER JULIUS vON TI-IELEN I 9 ff-1 1,2 g ff. 1 1 Z - ff 1-im-:EE ORKS H 'Ed ' I gy "oz :5 v"4LJ L. , . . ,,.. :A 71011 f,-f AND CURLS ,.. , f'i ' ,,.,, ,F PI CHAPTER OF THE ENGINEERING FRATERNITY OF THETA TAU Foundfd al fill' Unifvwxfify of Minncyola on Ortobwr 15, 1904 Iisrnblished at the Uliivcrsity Of Virginia on May 26, I923 FRATRES IN FAC O I.TATE JOIIN LLOYD NEWCOMII, BA., CLIE., SCD., LI..D., l'rI'.Iidr'nl of Mc Unifvmmvily VVAIITIZR SIIELDON RODMAN, ILS., M.S., S.M., Dfan of Ilia lhparlrfzmzl of Erzgincnrirzy FREIJHRICK EVRACY MORSE, EIC., M.I'I. IEARNEST JACKSON OGI.EsDv, B.A., M.A. AI.IfRED GARNIZR ARUNIJALH ROBERT H. BOYKIN, JR. JURY YATES BROVVN, JR. WII.I.IAM EVliRli'l"l' CAI.DWEI,I,, JR. VVII.I.IAM BENJAMIN CARRUTIIERS WALTER SCOTT CARTER ROBERT GAMBLE COPPER HARRY BRAMELI. COWGILI., JR. JOSEIIII MORELAND CoWGII,I. RICI-IARD MICOU DANIEI. WII.I.IAM ADDISON DORRIER ACTIVE MERIBERS HOWARD BERRYMAN EDWARDS PETER FERRER, JR. PAUI. WII.I.IAM FI'I'zI1A'I'RICR WALTER ROYDEN FRANKE BART!-I JOI-IN GII.CRlS1' WII.I.IAM MIIIIIIGAN IRVINE, JR. PERCY FUOUA HURT HERIIERT JOSEIIII LANIHS, JR. EARI. MOSELEY MARTIN EDVVARD VALENTINE MASON GEORGE ANDREW NEA GEORGE FRANCIS NOVEY, JR. JOIIN OI.IvERIo INACTIVE IVIEMBERS LI.oYD TIIOMAS OLSEN GEORGE DAWSON PRIESTMAN VERNON QUARIIES JOIIN rfINSI.EY RUCKER, JR. JOIIN PARKE SIMPSON, JR. EI.I.1s PoI.I.ARD SNEAIJ, JR. VINCENT WILLIAM STARKE DAVID JACKSON SWING CLEMENT MANLEY WADE, JR JAMES SIMONS WILLIAMS LUCIAN IDADE WINSTON, III EDVVIN LEE ARMliN'l'ROU'l' CIIAUNCEY MCLEAN GII,BliR'I', JR. GEORGE FREDERICK WHI'I'E, JR. 270 TRIC-BON ENGINEERING SOCIETY Fouml'I'd al ilu' Uflifvfmfily of Virginia in 1923 FRATRES IN .IFACULTATE ARIHUR l+RANcIS MACCONOCIIIII, B.Sc. ILOIKIOIIJ IIIERMAN CARI. HESSI2, B.S., M.E. CIIARIIS IIENIHIRSON, E.E. JOSIIPII L. VAUGIIAN MIS QIIANNON MII.LER, JR., B.S., B.A., 15.15. IEIIWARII VVATTS SAUNIJERS ACTIVE MENIISERS JOHN GRANT ARMIS'I'IiAIJ, JR. DIZNIS BOLONGARO EIEORGIS KIiNNE'I'I'I BROWN JOIIN rIIII0MI'SON CALHOUN MORRIS SKINNIZR CLARK, JR. HENRY BIIOUNT DANIEL JOSEPH ELLIS DILI. JAMES HUEY FALL, JR. DONALD LEWIS FITZHUGH GEORGE VVILLIAM FORSYTII JOHN FORSYTII GLENN ROEERT CRAIG CARRICK SAMUEL SCOTT HANSBROUGII CIIARI.Es ARCIIIE I-IAHN, JR. RALPH CURTIS JORDAN, JR. HENRY BIEIIII IIAIDIIAVV I-IARRI' FORSYTH LANGI-IORNE JAMES Woons LAvSI.EI', JR. IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS, JR. MA'l"l'IIIEW LYON VVALTIER MCILI-IENNY ROBERT P0'I'I'ER MOLTON, JR. VVILLIAM ROXVIIANIJ OLIVER IEEEN BENT REESE H JOI-INNIE MERRITT RORIERTS JOIIN PENN RU'I'11IzRIfORIm CURTIS ASTOR SMITH LIENRY SOMMIERVILLE WALLACE STARKE JAMES LESI.IE STIIIE JESSE JONES STOCRER VVILIIIAM ,ARMISTIEAD 'IQOIVNES HENRY STARR VVA'I"I'I.RS, III ' HENRY GARTII VVIIEIEIIIER f. 1 ., I, I .ali A Z1 1 f I7 'Qt 9- I oz , '45 2, gs 91 9 14 31.1 ! fi if 27 5 232 7 , ZIZ 1 425 f , Yff ,, ,f A E ,f f 7 ,Z 4 HERE ARE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU! WANTED: A degree. VVill take it in exchange for a set of law books, good as new. Address: Tom Scully, Phi Kappa Psi House. NOTICE! Will furnish funeral music on short notice. Address: UNIVIERSIT1' GLEE CLUB. A CARD--I respectfully an11ounce myself a candidate for sheriff of Accomac County. I have had large experience i11 the duties incident to the sheriffality. W1I.1.1AM K. l"W111P"l MAPP. WANTED: By one who successfully managed tl1e football team a position as manager of some theatrical company. Address: BIG TOM VVu1'1'E. Buy DR. B. F. D. 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Josnmr PATERNO, JR. "Touring Virginiair Bfardiful Mounlainxg or Hofw lo Drifvt' to Sfwfct Briar fwilh Your Eyrs Shut." Price 51.75 1312.75 at Sweet Briar.j S'1'nv1z DAvENPoR'r AND En HENING. 'lCharlo11e.v-ville Society as We Ilaw Found Il." AL Snccozvme AND jess Srockek. 272 HQNQRARV FIQATERNITIES Z ff? D F ,C f':f'4-13, ORKS ff W 4 gif" ff fr Viff . . f,.. . 5, IZ 7 5. 1 -J' ,- , D . 0,1 r 6 E1 4-'fi ,.. 1, ,,, ,: ,f .I ,. , ,E . D. ., , f-J.: 'AND CURLS THE RAVEN SOCIETY CHARLES KIl.I.IAN WOLTZ . . . OFFICERS HOWARD BERRYMAN EDWARDS . . GEORGE I'IENKI.E REESE . . V. W. ARCPIER A. G. A. BALZ J. C. BARDIN F. S. BARR P. B. BARRINGER E. M. BETTS S. D. BLACKFORD W. E. BRAY G. L. CARTER J. R. CASH H. CLEMONS R. I-I. DABNEY A. K. DAVISJ JR. I-I. C. DILLARD A. M. DOBIE G. B. EAGER W. I-I. FAULKNER G. O. FERGUSON J. C. FLIPPIN WILSON GEE C. MCL. GILBERT GARRARD GLENN R. K. GOOCII W. H. GOODWIN R. C. GARLICK FONTAINE C. ARMISTEAD WARREN M. BALLARD JULIAN R. BECKVVITII CHARLES G. BELL FREDERICK BELMORE LEWIS H. BOSIIER, JR. RAY E. BURGER RICHARD A. CABELI. JOIIN D. CALL JOIIN R. T. CARMICIIAEL EDWIN S. COHEN EDMUND P. DANDRIDGE, JR. Gl50RGE B, DILLARD E. GRIIfI'I'I'IfI DODSON, JR. M ERHDITII C. DORTCH FACULTY MEBTIZERS L. M. PIAMMOND L. G. I-IOXTON T. C. JOIINSON H. E. JORDAN C. H. KAUITIFMAN W. A. KEl'NER E. A. KINCAID W. A, LAMIIETI-I LAVVRIENCE LEE LINWOOD LEIIMAN L. F. LEWIS J. J. LUCK M. LUCK A. F. MACCONOCI-IIE K. F. MAXCX' J. C. Mli'l'CAl.l7 J. S. MILLER S. A. MITCIIELL C. B. MOR'l'ON W. A. MONTGOMERY F. T. MORSE H. B. MUI.IIOLI.AND C. P. NASH, JR. J. H. NEFF J. L. NEWCOME STUDENT MEMBERS HOVVARD B. EDWARDS MAYNARD R. EMLAW' AUGUSTUS C. EPPS JOIIN R. GARNETT RTARRARIJ GLENN, JR. HENRY H. GLASSIE, JR. C. ARCIIIE HAIIN, JR. DICK WICK HALL WILLIAM T. PIANCOCK CARRINGTON HARRISON IDAVID S. PIENKEL WILLIAM M. IRVINE, JR. I. MARTIN LEAVITT, JR. WILLIAM N. LEONARD EDWIN C. MCCLINTOCK, J R0l'1ER'l' W. MCCULI.0UGlI RICHMOND MOORE, JR. 274 . . . . .President - .Vice-Prc.Iide11l . -Sacrelary E. J. OGLESDY L. QUARLES F. D. G. RIBBLE W. S. RODMAN L. T. ROYSTER W. SAUNIJERS, JR. A. B. SHEPPERSON . R. SNAVELY W. K. SMITH D. C. SMITH C. M. SIIARROW C. C. SPEIDEL OSCAR SWINEFORD J. L. VAUGHAN J. A. WADDELL R. I-I. WEIII3 W. W. WADDELL D. C. WILSON J. S. WILSON R. H. WILSON J. E. WOOD, JR. F. D. WOODWARD T. B. WOODY W. S. WEEDON JOHN WYLLIE T ROIIERT B. NELSON, JR. DAVID R. OWEN CHARLES G. PEARSON RICHARD F. FENCE RICIIARD J, PORTER QPFIORGE H. REESE OREN ROOT, JR. J. PIENN RUTIIEREOORD GEORGE C. SEWARD WILLIAM. N. 'TI-IORNTON, H. ST. GEORGE FPUCKER, S. GRAEME TURNEULL, J R. N. WILBURN GEORGE D. WII.LIAMs CHARLES K. WOLTE JR I R. -JJ. Mm mf Q. XX 'L H. W - 'Q 'il :N r- -'r'NEN'aH.1.yi?w 1 , . xv 1' 0, S' -'z-'X M '54 . .:' MTI' in " : JA-' " .-fri 'Q' ,fn-' .SN Q-A34 , x V. , f ' , x .r .1 fini' M" . -w I " '.flr.r3s.w'i1,-. . -, -S' '5- - wmv gm--N , ' ?2?2fga:5j5Qfi?5,Sm-til-ifftiZ.qg ... 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'IEEIIIW 'YEL ALPHA OF VIRGINIA CHAPTER OF ALPHA CJMEGA ALPHA Founded at the College of PlIySici:IIIS and Surgeons Of cjllilfllgfl in I902 DR DR DR DR DR DR. DR. DR. DR. DR. DR Exlzzblishvci al the lJlIi"UI'l'.Yify of Virginia in IQIQ FRATRES IN .l"ACULTATE JAMES CARROLL FLIIIEIN HARVEY ERNEST JORDAN HAI.S'l'liAD SIIIPMAN HIEDGIES JAMES .ALEXANDER W7AIJlDEI.I. LAWRENCE TIIOMAS ROYSIER WILLIAM I'IAI.I. CEOODVVIN JOIIN I'IENRY NEFF WILLIAM EDWARD BRAY EDWIN PARTRIDGE LEIIMAN KIiNNli'l'Il FULLER MAXCY CARLISLE SANI-'ORD LEN'I'z DR. DR DR DR DR. DR. DR. DR DR. DR. DR DR. CARI. CASKIE SPIEIDEII FRLXTR ES IN URBE DR. M U NFORD RADFORD x7A'l'ES . WIl.I.lAM DOUGLAS MACON DR. VVAL'I'ER LEROY KILEY R. S'I'EI-IIEN HURT WA'l"l'S DR. CIIARLES VARNER AMOLE . JOSEPII WILLIAM HOUCR DR. JAMES ROEERI' CASII DUDLEY CROEEORII SMI'I'II ROBERT VIVIAN FUNS'I'EN F1.E'l'Cl'1ER DRUMMOND WOODWARD HENRY BEARDEN MULIIOLLAND JAMES EIWVIN WOOD, JR. CIIARLES BRUCE MOR'l'ON S'I'AII:E DAVIS BLACKFORD A NDREW D EJ ARN E'l"l' li H ARI' OSCAR SWINEI-'ORD VVILIJAM VVIR1' VVADIJIEIJ. DR. WALTER DOUGLAS IIANRINS DR. NOIILE NIAXW'El.l. GOODLOE DR. WILLIAM EUGENE APPERSON CIIARLES COLLINS ORR, JR. DR. ALBIQRT EMANUISII LONG ACTIVE MEA'IBERS IN TIYIE CLASS OF 1936 JULIAN RUFFKN BECRWITII JOSEEII I-IAWRINS I.Ow, JR. JOIIN RANDOLIIII TKUCKER CARMICIIAEL ROEER1' WILLIAM MCCUl.l.flUCll HARRY CARRINGTON FLEMINO LPILORGE VVRAY MORSE CARRINGTON HARRISON ROEERI' BURVVILIJ, NELSON, JR. VVILLIAM NORMAN '1'IIORN'I'ON ACTIVE MEMEERS IN THE CLASS OF 1937 HARRY LEE ARCl'lER HENRY ST. GEORGE TUCRER, JR. RAY EDWARD BURGER JAMES JOHN GRIFFl'l"I'S 277 I . 3 'WXlDLID1ULJ.II1U.J YJ SCAIMXBJ 'I 1 Tvizawfqw is E99 0 M Ji! bw iw ' DQWQJ T19 0 V D DQ! SCARAB CHARLES NIELD BAYLESS ROBERT PACKER LINDERIIIAN FRICK, VI WALTER ROWIIOTTOM NEXSEN CARL FREDERICK SCIIAUS EDWARD LEE MYERS, JR JOHN GEORGE SADLON STUART PHILLIPS FROST IRVING TERIPLE DENEMARIQ RORERT H. LONGSTREET COLSTON TAYLOR DAVIIJ JAMESON GIIISON LAWRENCE LVIALCOLM STEVENS WILLIAM DAVID MCIQINNIE, JR. THE JABBERWOCK 278 SCDCIETIES 4 44 C O R Kg AND CURLS ,, J, 5' : EE 4" E f., -, LW- 2 17 E f :, : HAROLD STUART EUGENE WAGER, JR. RAY BURGER GORDON RAINEY ROBERT NELSON, JR. JOHN DIAL ARCHIE HAI-IN, JR. GEORGE COLES JOI-IN LEYS GEORGE HARRISON CHARLES WOLTZ CARRINGTON HARRISON MAYNARD WOMER 280 , 6 V ,f ,f , ,ff 1, E7 ,f w I , cl! 4 ' ff L ' f jf uf, I :J ,f ,,f 1 2,5 28l V1 Q2 f 1. 05: A -c ff W if' 2 A f ff? 1 f' 1 ' 1- 7 ', ,f4 -.., 1 Z' : f.j --. "f,2. :.- gg 0,4 4 if .. 'VA If 7 'ik ,, ,f fi V :: f :ff ,. ,gl 7: EE 1-5' g: L .1 3: 7 :g EE ,, ,. 142, 4, 1 1 , ,- , . 1 Z, AND CURLS J, J! MF -AA ILLQ ' M 'A L1 J- I-IAROLD CUTLIFF STUART EUGENE EDWARD WAGER, JR. GORDON FRYER RAINEY RICHMOND MOORE, JR. DONALD QUEE TAYLOR WILLIAM LOUIS ZIMMER, III SPENCER SITZMAN BERGER JOHN WESLEY LEYS EDWARD GRIEEITH DODSON, JR CHARLES KILLIAN WOLTZ ROBERT LOVE ST. JOHN CHARLES LEMUEL PRINCE CHARLES BEGOLE CUMINGS THOMAS MCFARLAND SKELLY JOSEPH KENNETH MALO GORDON REGAN RALPH JAMES QUALE, JR. HERBERT WENTWORTH SIERCK 282 IT .ACTIVE NIIQMRIERS GEORGE MINOR Comcs CARR1Nr:'rON HARRISON G1eORr:1e lCvr:l.vN I1ARR1sON ROllliR'l' liuRwm.l. NICl.S!JN, JR. ICOMONO l,lfNDl.lf'l'ON DANIIRIDCIC, JR. AI,l-'liI'IIJ BUROON SICCCUMBH NlA'l"l'lll-IVV CUl.l.I-IN VV1l.K1N JOHN IVIIMNAUGII DIAL XNILLIAM BODIIIIZ BAR'I'lil,S I.law1s lI1N'rON BOSIHQR, JR. BAYARO SHARP U1':ORc:1a Moaflfwl' CUCHRAN Nun HOOKER JuN1Us Romss FISIIIZURNIE PASCIIAI. Duvuv FOWLRI-:s FRIEIJICRICK CAREY I,Ovrr'r QIHORGIC f?lI.MORli MOORE G1aORr:1c U0l.lYl'lIWAI'l'l'I SICIIIHLS, JR WI-:1R MI'l'CIlIiI.I, TOCRI-:R IIHNRY ST. GICORGI-I ,1'UCKliR, JR. RROIQRICK CLHMONS ZliISBIiRG, JR CZlcORm-: DOUGLAS M1l,I,RR CARY JOHN IIRNRY Nom. ROIIIERT MURRAY Cl1R1s'1'1AN JAMRS ROYDICN IJHAROOY, JR. KNOX 'I'URNlzUl.I, 283 MCLANH '1'll.'I'0N Swm I IBN HUR1' WA'r'rs JOHN HENRY Nmvr GROROIQ BOARDMAN EAGRR, J ROIHCRT KRN1' UOOCH JAMES MALCOLM LUCK DAvm JASPER VVoon S'rA1ma DAVIS Bx.AcRrfORn lIlcwsON Mxcmls IBAVID ELLIS BROVVN OSCAR SXVINICFORIJ, JR. THOMAS MUNVORO BOYD Al.IlIEli'l' 'I'llOMvsON YORK IIHNRY I'IARl"0RD CUMMING ROIHERT Comes, JR. VV1r,r,xAM JIE'l"l' LAUCK, JR. Cu.-xR1.rcs Tue N NA N'r 9 4 21 f '41 ,X f 7 f4 iff Cv A 3 ff Y ., f 7 11. . , 1, 1 , 'vf ,f Ezf QA 17 271 37 ,, .4 27 gf .1 f 5 1 ,f :ff ff Z 44 3 fr ,f x4 1 .', 1 Z' :f.jf.. K .A W , -wh ,: -'-f", :Il If 4133 , :ff ., fmw AND .. V :: ' g,,' ,. V2 562: 4:1 ' ,., 1: f'L 2' ff .L ,: 9 .-1 1 1, -. , ff 12 ' f,"a J E? ACTIVE MEMBERS HAROLD STUART RICHMOND MOORE, JR. GORDON WILLIAM ZIMMER, III MITCHELL BACON BOLLING CAMERON CHARLES PRINCE DONALD TAYLOR ROBERT BANKS, JR. GEORGE MOORE ST. VIRGINIUS SHACRELEORD, JR. 'vf3. CURLS RAINEY JOHN TAGGAR'l' CULLEN WlI.KlN GEORGE TUCKER BAYARD SHARP ALFRED SECCOMEE DALL BROWN, JR. GORDON REGAN CHARLES WOLTZ FRED ZEISBERG, JR. MCFARLAND SKELLY CHARLES CUMINGS AUGUSTUS EPPS KNOx TURNBULL RALPH QUALE, JR. KENNETH MALO HERBERT SIERCK GARRARD GLENN EVAN MAI.E FRANKLIN LORD, JR. FRATRES IN FACULTATE RICHARD HEATH DAENEY, M.A., PH.D. ROBERT KENT GOOCH, B.A., M.A., PH.D. WILLIAM WIRT WADDELL, M.D. STAIGE DAVIS BLACKFORD, M.D. ROEERT V. FUNSTEN, M.D. CHARLES PATTERsON NAsH, B.S., LL.B. HARDY C. DILLARD, LL.B. FRATRES IN URBE THOMAS L. ROSSER ALBERT S. BOLLING CHARLES TENNANT THOMAS MUNFORD BOYD EDWIN COPENHAVER JEFFERSON RANDOLPH ANDERSON VENABLE MINOR LEARTUS OWEN ' JAMES ROBERT SIIANKLIN 284 A Lf IF ACTIVE MEMBERS GEORGE HARRISON CARRINGTON HARRISON EUGENE WAGER, JR. JOI-IN DIAL ROBERT NELSON, JR. GEORGE COLES SPENCER BERGER GEORGE COCHRAN EDMUND DANDRIDGE, JR. GRIFFITH DODSON, JR. WILLIAM BARTELS GEORGE CARY JOIIN LEYS ROBERT ST. JOI-IN CI-IARLES ADAMS, JR. LEWIS BOSHER, JR. GEORGE SEIEELS, JR. GRIFI-' BERKELEY JUNIUS FISI-IEURNE DONALD FITzI-IUGII FREDERICK LOVITT DAVID OWEN WILLIAM POINDEXTER PASCHAL FOVVLKES WELLFORD REED MCKELDEN SMITH, JR. JOI-IN NOLL WEIR TUCKER WILLIAM BANKS ARNoI.D SLOAN NED BOOKER ROYDEN PEABODY, JR. I F RATRES IN F ACU LTATE ARMISTEAD MASON DOBIE, M.A., LL.B., S.J.D. WILLIAM HARRISON FAULKNER, PILD. JOHN HENRY NEFF, B.A., M.D. STEPHEN HURT WATTS, M.A., M.D. JOHN LLOYD NEWCOMB, B.A., C.E., SCD., LL.D DUDLEY SMITI-I, B.A., M.D. HENRY B. MULHOLLAND, M.D. FREDERICK DEANE RIBBLE, M.A., LL.B. FRATRES IN URBE LEWIS HANCREL EDWIN VALENTINE WALKER CLAUDE CARROLL CI-IARLES EDWIN MORAN PATTON PIERCE HOLLIS RI-IINEHART, JR. DAVID ELLIS BROWN EDWARD MCPEAKE PERCIVAL HUNTER FAULCONER 285 14 I ff 1 Z fe if y If, ,,4,,.,,' J ,, : A., --. 'WA gg ff 1 AN D C u R LS 24 , I 'JOIINNIJ' DIAI, . . . CJEORGE COCIIRAN . "JOHNNY" AMES "LUN" BAI.IIwIN "NA'I"' BARNwEI,I, "DICK" BHIII. f'BOIIIII"' BIRII "Pl.A'l'0H BEAKI-1 "Silly, BUIFURIJ "DICK" CAnEI.I. 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WILLIAM SOU'I'HGA'I'E CABELL r1'ABB BRANDER 'TALIAFERRO PHILIP TROUT KNOX 'TURNBULL JAMES '1'WYMAN EUGENE WAGER, JR. LEWIS WALKER, JR. WILLIAM WATLING WILLIAM WEEKS, II MCDONALD WELLEORD NEVE WHITE CULLEN VVILKIN AUGUSTUS WITTKE PIIILIP WORMAN, JR. FREDERICK ZEISBERG, JR. ,s M . f.,V,,g 5'-,u ,wa , I ,, 4, ,, , ,M Ms." f L igL-fig 7 imumguwgrw... Q' Y' 1'-www-,wfymlnfrfr f,f, ., T 1. , JMU' A H "www BOOK SIX 7, 0 fo K 7M WWW This statue is the Work of Karl Bitter ancl the gift of Charles Richard Crane, of New York. ' 4 . ,l l I l When shall We look upon his like again?" HONOR COMMITTEE CHARLES HOMER BAST From fha Coll:-gn' JOHN PENN RUTHEREQIQRII GEORGE MINLJR CoI.Es From E11gim'm3i11y Franz Lafw ROIIERT BURVVELL NELSON, JR. From Medicine ROBERT MURRAY CHRISTIAN From Gradualf Siudics 293 4 554 Z- y ,f, ,Mg-.. , ,, :A, ., 0 '. ORKS f if af, " 4 5-X" '-,ff if ,V -cf, .T ? ,ZZ :J V 5. f -J ' ,. 30? 3, ff. .: f 1 c: 'E ' ,.. 1: 1-: -: ,,,1 ,. 9 :Q 1 If E 5: 1 1 J 'g AND CURLS COLLEGE TUPIGS EDITORS COLLEGE TOPICS ROIIIRI M MussIcI.MAN . . . FDNVARD S. I-IIRscIII.IsR . . . . Fo N'I'AI NE C. ARMIs'I'I5AD GEORGE H. RIsIzsII, CARI. F, Rlauss . EVIiRli'I"I' LEE . . JOIIN A. WA'I'1's . N. STARBUCK YALII . EDITORIAL BOARD JR. . . N ffws . . . .Ncfws . .Sjzorls . Xlxmcialr RUBLRI F. SIRAUS JAMES BRI:wnAKIcR WILLIAM H. BANcRoIf'I' J0sIaI'II D. B URROUGIIS NIEVVMAN BAUM GIIORGII CIIRIs'I'IAN GARLAND Cox JAMIis GII.I.E'I' KENNE'l'1l GINIGIIR HENRY IAIARIIIIR, JR. II0wAI.D BAILIIY LUIS J. A. VII.I.AI.oN .ixxozriafzf Editors SAMUIII. CUI.IIIiR'I's0N, II 'YIIUMAS MURRIILI., JR. VVII.I.IAM ORIIRNDDRI-'IIR Rejzortws BIQRNARD GRIQIIN CTIIARI.Ics KIil.l.IJI7f? 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VVALKER . . .1105-ima STAFF c:EORGE CUCHEAN . . . lel'l'l'lfllfi0II 111111 Illf01'lIlIlfi!III Sr'1"z1i1.'1f JOHN MAUIKY, jk. . . EUGENE WAGER, -IR. . WILLIAM BANKS . . . ROBINSON BARRETT, -IR. . . . fillilllf Service . . . . ..... Smrial Swrfvife . . . Sfmrlx and Rl.'lfI'!'IIfi0lI . - . - Guizlrr Sarfvicc .loHN LEYS . . . . . . . Guiflr Srrfvicc ADVISORY COMMITTEE IQJEAN LEWIS DR. JORDAN MR. IQAUFFMANN DEAN RODMAN MR. IQAGER MR. MALCOLM LUCK 307 M N' 'm"""i------...--.,..,.,:,., I 9 3 ABOUT THIS VOLUME IN EXPLANATION NVe who put out this "Corks and Curls" knew that certain oi' Its features would arouse criticism. NVe set about our work 1-oufronted with a back dcbt that the over-worked adjective "appalling" hardly describes. Something had to bc done In the way ol' reform, and we saw but three possibilities. First, we could try to raise our subscriptions to a point where an excellent book of the usual slze could be presented and completely paid I'or. Or, ivlth the average number of subscriptions, we could turn out a simple black and white book, perfectly proper ln every respect and well arranged, but utterly lacking in originality. in a large amount ol' human interest, and ln "eolor." Or. lastly, we could greatly reduce the space devoted to that desert of names and actlvltlcs lists that has been a burden around the book's neck ever since lt grew out oi' its adolcsenee years age, and, by so doing, save money to be used ln building up other, more interesting, features. Early in the fall we attempted the biggest subscription drlve that we knew how to engineer and met with very little success. Then we considered the perfectly proper simple book. We recalled what had been said ol' such books ol' the past--that anybody was a nlnuy to pay tlve dollars for the University catalogue bound in leather when Miss Moran sold lt, paper-bound, I'or twenty-live cents. It seemed to us that the situation had shaped ltscll' Into a vicious circle-tradition was l'orclng editors to spend their money for things that made the book valuable enough as a record I'or the Virginia ltoom but about as colorl'ul as a "Who's Who" and worthwhile I'or only the same reasons. Because this was so, l'exv bought lt. And because l'ew bought It, there was no money available I'or use in features and original enterprises. To make a long story short, the idea of putting out another sur-h was unconditionally bailed and the only remaining course was taken. Possibly this course was unwise, At any rate, lt Is only just that I make lt known that the plan hadn't the solid backing ol' my stafif or even of the govcrnlng board, and that the blame, il' such there be, ls all mine. There were those whose advice l prize who fought the idea, and had thi-lr valor exceeded only by my hard-headedness. But this is the kind ol' thing that must be trled once, In order to establish a case I'or either slde. And ll it ls u. poor Idea, future editors needn't copy it. VVhatever may be sald against lt. It has reduced the number ot pages in the book by more than forty and thus given us more than three hundred dollars to spend in building up such features as the three-colored opening section, the pebbled views. and the eight-page snapshot layout. At the same time, every mau's name has been included and every undergraduate applicant I'or a degree in June has had hls years ol' ai-tlvltles and honors summed up lu just the manner which he himself prescribed. IN ACKNOWLEDGMENT Anyone familiar wItl1'the work involved ln the publication el' a college annual knows that the edltor's Job is one long supplication I'or general cooperation supplemented by a thousand petty pleas I'or lndlvldual l'avors. I have needed much help In this work and have been Fortunate in what I have received. Any just acknowledgment must begin In praise ol' llarry NVeill, my business manager, and the best one, 'I think, that an editor ever had. Already he has surpassed past marks ln sale of sub- scriptions and of advertising space and, thanks to hlui. whatever may bo said in criticism uf the literary side of the book, it is paid for. Faculty members have been very kind in giving ns assistance when we have needed it. For counsel wo have trotted most ol'ten to Dr. Hardin and Mr. Carruthers. our patient advisers. I owe a personal debt to Deans Lewis and Ferguson I'or the courtcslos extended me ln connection with my picture schedule woes. and to Dean ltodman, Dean Doble, Dr. Paul Rarrlnger, Dr. R. I-I. Dabney, DT. J- S- WIIHDIII mid Dr. A. L. lflcnch I'or literary assistance. Espcclal thanks are due Mr, NVilliam Wranck, of the alumni oillce, I'or his general generosity and enthusiastic cooperation, and I am indebted. too. to Miss Moran and her staflf I'or their assistance and to Mlss McMurdo, who has handled our nuances for us at the Bursar's oillre. The scores ol' students whose snapshots have made possible tho "Candid Camera" section have my heartiest thanks. it is my great hope that we have been so successful In combining all these Individual contributions Into one whole that these kind people will realize their greatest reward in the appreciation olf the student body itself as evinced by an enthusiastic acceptance of this book. I Nor can I close without a few words about the tlrms which have combined to produce this volume. In Messrs. lt. G. Benson and NV. A. Daniel, ol' the Benson Printing Company, I have found COUUSGIOFS WIIOSU SUHHOST-IOHS have been ol' inestimable benefit: and wherever ln the book you flnd what you think is an original improvement in the engraving technique, the odds are ten to one that the Idea came from Mr. M. L. Glover, of the Lynchburg Engraving Company. We have tried hard to Improve the quality ol' the pictures and through the enthusiastic cooperation ol' the Zamsky Studlo, of Philadelphia, I believe we have done so. IN CLOSING None of the foregoing has been meant as an apology. The 1936 "Corks and Curls" is as good as wc knew how to make lt and, il' you dou't like It, we are sorry enough, but there's nothing that either oi' us can do about It now. There is, however, somethlng that you can do to make its successor betterg you can take your criticisms and suggestions to 'Pom Marshall, next year's editor, who will welcome them and. If at all possible, use them-I'or no man must have a keencr ear for student sentiment than he. And only by such manifestations ol' interest as this on your part will "Clerks and Curls" ever he enabled to attain flttlng standards I'or the yearbook of this grand old place. Thanks for IISIellIn'I -,THE EUITORI 303 ADVERTISEMENTS ONE-STOP SERVICE STATION SUPER SERVICE FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS Cars Called For and Delivered Custom Painting and Body Work UNIVERSITY BRANCH C HAR LCJTTE SVI LLE M OTC R S Ford and Lincoln-Zephyr Dealers PHONE 791 jbr Econo ical Th sportation ........I of 'he E THEVB-0 PARAMOUNT J EFFE RSON CALHOUN WATTS LAFAYETTE MOTOR COMPANY ' CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE Dominion Theaters CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA 00-106 WATER STREET CHARLOTTESVILLE VIRGINIA ACCENT on YOUTH That's where life insurance puts it. When one is young he may become the owner of a li fe insurance estate at a lower cost while receiving relatively larger benefits. In youth. too. there is less likelihood that one will he found uninsurable.The foresighted young man makes life insurance his first investment. STRAAOIN 6 E H is v E Riiimiiit A 8 7- T Lin: INSURANCE COMPANY IRGINIA uumum- Mun n-an wow: 61110: l!L'MMOND.vlRUlNlA FOR HEALTH Drinlc More Milk For Safety Be Sure lt's Pasteurized V MONTICELLO DAIRY Incorporated 4 PHONE 888 S BROOKS GARAGE TENTH AND MAIN STREETS IN EXPENSIVE QUALITY AUTOMOBILE REPAIR WORK ludent Business is Our Specialty GILMORE, HAMM Eff SNYDER Incorporated Furniture for the Home and Office CHARLQTTESVILLE VA CHANCELLOR'S DRUG STCJRE AT THE CORNER" Agents for Whitmanqs Candy STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS COMPLIMENTS CLEANERS of STUDENT WE ANDERSON FURNITURE ' BROTHERS Quamy Work AND Reasonably Dgfjartmiixi LHS, ea,e eyffr The pmed For jgwice University WITKIN,S 915 Wes: Main sr. Bookstore COMPLIMENTS of AND STERLING H, PRESCRIPTION AND COMPANY SPECIALISTS COMPLETE FOOD liliIONEEn41neet MARKET 401 East Main Stree PHONES 111,117,118,129,and 309 WHITMAN'S CANDY Fresh Each Week FOR DISCRIMINATING BUYERS PAGE FLORIST Just Around NORTHEY CLEANING AND DYE WORK Finest in Cizarfottesvflle V "The Cornern Telephone 962 PIants Cut FIowers, Designing I' Decorating FIFTH AND WATER STREETS HARRIS HARDWARE CO AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMEN TS HARDWARE AND MILL SUPPLIES SPORTING GOODS v CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA QKQQ RETAILERS AND IMPORTERS ' OF GENTLEIv1EN'S FINE APPAREL 'COLLIN S' INC. AGENTS FOR BOSTONIAN SHOES .-I Truiy Fim' MI'IlJ1Ul'lll' Sim KEIIER AND GEORGE Jewelers and Opticians Established 1875 V COLLEGE JEWELRY University Branch THE INITIALS OF A FRIEND A MARK OF DEPENDABILITY AND THE MOST FAMOUS MONOGRAM IN THE ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY RAY FISHER General Electric Dealer DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE GENE WOOD'S GARAGE Body, Fender. and General Auto Rebuilding Welding. Brazing. and Soldering Washing and Greasing Battery, Starting and Ignition Largest Wreclcing Crane in City PHONE 3 3 5 Official AAA Service The University Grocery WINE BEER ALE Finest Quality Western Meats, Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables Country and Smithfield Hams Albemarle Pippens and Winesaps Shipped to Your Order The University Restaurant Balanced Meals Prepared Under the Direction of a Graduate Dietician Regular Board or a la Carte Faculty, Students, Visitors Invited Seating Capacity 175 "At the Corner" SPECIAL RATES McGINNESS CLEANERS NEXT TO THE UNIVERSITY POST OFFICE PHONE 1216 A. W. COX DEPARTMENT STORE MALLORY HATS Cl1arIonesville's Most Popular Department Store CLOTHCRAFT SUITS 200-202 West Main Street NO'F-ADB SHIRTS Charlottesville, Virginia 5 9 The JOHNSON S J. M. Merednh Albenlafle . UNIVERSITY, VA. Radu, Hotel , Established 1895 Servlce Nearest the University MODERATE RATES Q WITH PENCE EXCELLENT FOOD and Most Attractive Coffee Shop in old Virginia OW' FONLV STERLING We solicit the patronage Years of Service to 122 East Main Street of 'he University of Virginia PHONE 41 University Students Faculty and Friends and Community Service Any Make Radio HOTEL MONTICELLO Clmariottesvilieis Hotel of Distinction An Atmosphere of Quiet Refinement DELICIOUS FOODS Selection of Fine Imported and Domestic Wines Tariif Reasonable 165 ROOMS FIREPROOF T. W. ETHERIDGE, Manager Greetings from the Banks of Charlottesville Who Offer THEIR FINANCIAL SERVICES AND FACILITIES to the FACULTY, STUDENTS, AND ALUMNI of the UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA Our Types BURNLEY BROS. Ta li a 616 West Main Street C0 383 Accent CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA IRON FIREMAN Sewing and Boosting the AUTOMATIC COAL STOKER University of Virginia is one of our pleasures. We are always glad to give you A G A STOVE the benefit of our many years of experience in help- All Grades of the Better Fuels ing to plan and to design ' that really original print- Special uDuSt Proofedn mg' Stoker Coal News Publishing Company SEMETSOLVAY COKE Phone 226 PHONE 416 I 517 EAST MAIN STREET CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA FOR Moms THAN FIFTY YEARS J. B. Ed W. H. WOOD, Inc. 308 East Main Street CI-IARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA COMPLIMENTS OF W. L. LACY PLUMBING AND HEATING O BRUTON'S BARBER SHOP North East Fourth Street CHARLOTTESVILLE'S FINEST BARBER SHOP THE SATISFACTION Of knowing your order will always be filled with the finest fresh flowers that are guaranteed to please, has made us the Florist for hundreds of the University? Student Body. Why Not Let Us Be Your FLORIST? VALLEY VIEW GREENHOUSES Incorporated We Telegraph Flowers UNIVERSITY DRIVE-IT-YOURSELF Incorporated 1200 WEST MAIN STREET Phone 1300 MARKET AND FIFTH STREETS Phone 1313 COMPLIMENTS OFA FRIEND CHARLOTTESVILLE LUMBER COMPANY NEARLY HALF CENTURY SERVING THE NEEDS OF THIS COMMUNITY TILTON MOTORS TRUSTWORTHY DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE, STORAGE PAINTING, REPAIRS, AND TIRES PACKARDS VALENTINE COAL COMPANY COAL AND WOOD We Stand for Quality Compliments of Southern Restaurant ' Next Door to the PARAMOUNT THEATER The Eating Place for All Students Ph P t n Ave Specializing in Seafood and Chinese Dishes one 987 res o - MENS FINE SHOES THOMPSON BROS. FREEMAN W. J. Keller company 404 East Main Street CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA JONES BARBER SHOP Under the Virginian THE BEST SERVICE Shoe Shine Because- Tlvis book is bound in a Molloy-Made Cover it will continue to be a source of satisfaction to you tlvrougfvout the years to come. A Good Book Deserves a Molloy-Made Cover elf The David Molloy Plant 2857 North Western Avenue CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Louis Orr Etchings ofthe University of Virginia Single proofs of the eight scenes of the Uni- versity of Virginia hy Louis Orr, the noted American artist, who is now making his home in Paris. All etchings are signed by the fa- mous artist. Only a few complete folios are left. Included in the folio of etchings are the fol- lowing scenes of the University: I. The Rotunda II. The Italian Gardens III. The West Colonnade IV. The Gardens of the Rotunda V. The Lawn VI. Poe Lane VII. Rouss Physical Laboratory VIII. Washington I-Iall Cover Design-Terrace of the Rotunda Complete Folios, S100 Single Etchings, ,518 All Communications and Payments Should Be Made lo J. MALCOLM LUCK Alumni Secretary BOX 1517 University, Virginia AGENTS FOR FLORSHEIM AND FRIENDLY SHOES J. N. Waddell Shoe Co. Incorporated 306 EAST MAIN STREET f F e J K wb I git U entlemenls Clothes Custom Tailored With Fine Attention to Detail From Imported and Domestic Fabrics lfnglisli NVeatlierproofs, Gabardines and VVl1ipco1'cls . Topcoats from Clalashiels, Scotland lfnglisli and Domestic Neckwear 1rLll'l1lSlllllgS, Footwear anal Hats for all occasion Ridinlf Coats and Breeclies 25 STEVENS' SHEPHERD C0 Incorporated Gentlemen's Dress, Lounge 81 Sport Clothing University Virginia JCJSEPH POLOGRUTO TAILOR WW GEN TLEMEN' S CLOTHES STYLE CORRECTNESS AND INDIVIDUALITY ALSO Alterations anal Remodeling SUCCESSFUL ACCOMPLISHMENT It is with great pride that we look at one of the most outstanding Annuals in the South. Every photograph in this 1936 CoRKs AND CURLS has been made by our highly trained Staff, whose specialty is School and College Annual photography. Schools like Yale, Smith, Amherst, Wesleyan, Pennsylvania, and a great number of others, who are anxious for the very best at a reasonable price, have selected us to do their photography. You, too, can have the same type of photography in your annual by getting in touch with us. Our representative will gladly go over the details with you. There is no obligation on your part for this service. It is only proper at this time to express our sincere appreciation to Mr. Paschal D. Fowlkes, Editor-in-Chief, and Mr. Harry Weill, Business Manager, and to the rest of the Staff for their untiring efforts and co-operation which made this success possible. While in New Haven, visit our Studio there. . ZAMSKY STUDIO INCORPORATED 902 Chestnut St. Yale Record Bldg. PHILADELPHIA, PA. NEW HAVEN, CONN. LYNCHBUR6 ENGRAVED ANNUALS ARE BUILT UPON YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AS SPECIALISTS IN THE FIELD OF SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS ' 0 IN successfully Iulliilling the requirements of the modern College Annual Staff we have combined a comprehensive and systematic servicing program with that high standard ol: quality so essential in the production ol: Fine yearbooks. Lynchburg engraved annuals are built by an organization specializing on school annuals exclusively, there- by assuring each staff of the personal ancl in- telligent assistance so necessary in the planning and designing ol: a truly satisfactory book. LYNCHBURG ENGRAVING -COMPANY- LYNCH BU RG ' VIRGINIA -ffl-IE WORLD'S LARGEST PUBLISHERS OF COLLEGE ANN UALS EN sonl PRINTING C0. NASHVI LLE ' KTEN N AIIUJJAIITEIIS . I W If UNI ER 1TY v V 1 4 , v 1 :fa - ' r X ' xiii - ua. .C ,,, 4. . - 'Q 1 1 p 5, f Y 1 rig 'hx 4 I' xx . 31- "+A, ., 2 1 W- 41 r , ' .- ,4 l . 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